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PAGE SIX ELYTIIEVJLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Joncsboro Defeats Pilots In Ninth REBELS'111; 7 «> nui n i in 3 triumph over the Mi visiting Canilhersvllle Pilots line (1! Momliiy nlu'inoon. U Cornish, Canitlwrsvillc shortstop, JONESBOKO. Ark., May 17. — The Joni'shoro Giants scored l\vo runs in Urn nintli inning to eke Paragould Retired In Ninth With Tying, Winning Runs On Base PARAOiOULn, Art., May 17.— V/ilh two down, llic lying uncl winning runs fin second and third, Jim Walker iji-oundfc! to Pitcher Fctdinan and Blyllifvillo won a V-lo-6 victory over tho Paraiioiild JJeljols and eve-mil the series before a large I.udios Dny crowd here yesterday. Feldinan had relieved I Gorman, southpaw. niyllievillc ECUIU! two in the first en Mnresco's tin-rle, ;i liclderV Kl choice and Ai-agon's simile; mns in! .Tui the fonvtli ou Dvorak's siimla and I K Wood's double, and four in tin: , hit for tlic circuit. - 'llie victory guvc Jontsboro :m even break in the scries. Score by Innings: n. u. [.;. Cariithi'r.sville 020 000 010 :i 5 a Jimi'sboro ---- 01):! t)00 Ooa 401 Ixnvcry and .Simmons; Nowucki, Fiminv;;, mid CooiK-r. .VOKTIH'.AXT ARKANSAS Two' Ton Tony Taps Another Ten seconds before tills picture wns laken, Nulnan Mann ivas socked hy (tie rluhl fist of Tony Clalonlo, 23^-|iotind proprietor of an Or.ingo, N. J., put). Galen- ic Iliiisnrd Mann In the second round at Madison Square Gar- Jen ... 6 minutes and 1 seconds after the light started. Ho first knocked Mann through ttie ropes with n left hook with such force (lint the clean living Con- iK'dicut farmer look u count of nine. linthis Games of Ma.v I'f., 1931* iCoiniiiled by J. 1>. Friend) Cluli lutllnif !)nl> (; Ali K 11 Tli Pet. •ai!«ul(l .. in "M4 OH in 170 .•>«• . r> VM Ku ion isii .2 12 :i'J!) 7:i 1(11 135 253 ' 12 :i«5 (it) SCI 124 i-j :i!)ti M aii 12» .227 111 4411 41 !li; I III) :M i;al. :;iilc ervcutl) on Mill-two's single, Tram- liat-k's double, a (Mder's choice, Avayoil's single anil Hobu's stnssk'. 'Club <: DIM'HI'O A K Pel . . i:. 1 « o :na MS 12 1 -l :n. r i i;tr> - ............. ••-• . - .i > * C °. rt ' tl 0 ,'.' C '". I 1 '. 0 s . cc -[CVtht'rsviilo 1-21! 1 321 131 110 .'J3-I " .......... "" ........ CM) on Foster's walk and Martin's double; two in the Ihircl on Block's walk, Fowlers single and McRaney's double, two Hi Hie fifth on singles by Block and McHaney and Walker's double, and one in Ihe ninth on lilwk's home run. f-anek, Mnresco and Anii;on of - the Oianl-s got three singles each. Trnmback got two doubles. Cy Block, with a home run nnd two Mimics in three trips, led the fieu- Newport . ., 1211 i 3m i«2 :ti .11:11 .. 1:113 a 3-iB i?] if! .SIM i;t!2 2 3 II) \!>1 M .'Jl!> TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1938 Defeat Rabban and Chancy Rated Favorites In Mat Matches Nine Ciiune.s Hitting ':M(1 or More els Thc box score follows: • ELYTHEV1LLE Marr-sco, 3b .... Tr.imback. rf .. Jackson, cf 'Arngon, c licbo, Ib Laiiek, If Dvorak, ss Woods, 2b Von Ahne-n. p . Gorman, p Club-.Pos. O. AB.R. I1.TU.1VI. Hlnrk. Par 21) . 12 f,5 11 23 33 ..|18 Cooper, Jones c 12 40 (i 16 1G .37ft J'.-.«n. 15'vltle cf 10 35 (i Hi 15 .1)71 I-'urdt, c'vle Ib 12 33 8 12 21 .» Araiiun, B'vltc c a 111 9 II 19 .355 Glaiii]>. Par, lib 13 51 n la 31 .353 >,, r, ,, ^ J'ow'or, Par, rf K( !,'l 7 11) 10 .310 All U 11 O A Z'illa, J);,fe.s-, ,.f , 2 53 ,3 , R 3, m Wi-i'li. .I'lll's, lib 12 51 13 17 28 .31)3 irnik. D'vlte ss 12 -10 5 K) 10 .325 201) u i;cl)i>. IJ'vIle, Ib 12311 13 12 21 11011 1362 K'uir. Hates, 21) 12 4fl U H 17 304 U 4 "0 3 0 0 1 0 1 2 •! 40005 00000 I-'eWmnn, p ......... 0 0 0 0 1 Totals .-. ......... 42 7 1G 21 15 PARAGOULD A]} E U O A Alexander, cf ....... G 0 o 1 1 Block, 2b ... ........ 3 3 3 3 15 ... ........ Fowler, if ....i ...... 5 i MeRnney, If ....... ^ i , Walker, ib 0 0 j 0 o 1 10 1 Clnmp, 3b ......... 3 0 0 0 Foster, ss .......... 3 i o 0 , u Martin, c ........... 4 0 2 •! 1 ' McLendon, p xGorsline ... 20011 00002 1 0 '0 t) o , Totals ........... US o 11 27 lit x— Hit for McLentlon in ninth. Blytheville ........ 200 100 400—7 I'urogoiiltl ........ 0\2 020 001-0 Sutntnnry: Errors— Foster. Mnre.s- co, Glamp, Dvorak. Runs baited in — Aragou, ok, Atnrtin. MrUmicy , , . 2, Woods. Walker, Jackson, Bobo 2, 'Block. Two-base hits— Martin, Mc- M'don, C'vlle 11 10 33 7 10 .„ ..,„„ Martin, Par., c 13 43 G 13 21 .302 K'ch, Hales.. ™ 12 SO It) in lli .300 n.iilen, Hates., c 0 :!7 r> a It .290 Wnlkcr, Par Ib 13 si 12 is 2!) .2114 D'oiil. Jones lib la 41 7 12 15 .'J93 Kilo. C'vlle, rf 12 38 12 11 12 1?BD Harris, New. Ib 13 SS !> hi 23 .2BG M'.sco. U'vllc, 8|) j) 21 •> (j 7 ^85 M'c'ey, Jones ib 12 4(i 7 13 10 283 Unync. B'es, Ib 12 54 7 15 25 ,278 KVicli. Hales cf 12 49 H 13 ifl 2U5 S'ton. C'rlle 1'b 12 4K Y 12 15 .MO O'D'll. Now., c 10 20 1 7 7 ,2.» S'limn, C'vlln, cf 12 50 10 12 Hi .240 S'mons, C'vlle c 12 40 4 U 11 /.ilia M'lin, Jones rf 11 42 5 10 IB /'38 Cilldiff, C'vlle 31) 12 52 I! 12 18 .331 F'nmn, li'vlle p 0 22 1 55 220 T'bnek. B'vllc rf 12 52 G 11 13 212 .Ainato. . 31) 12 43 li a 17 .209 . * .>,,- utI ^v- i ; u:>—iviivinu, flic-! i cianosrv P'lr Rnney 2, Walker, Tramhack a.lMiitliew S ;' Jones. Wnbr.v, New cf 11154 -1 n 19 .204 Pitcher—Club " o. W. L. 1'ct. -- 3 3 I) 1.000 Koewinu, p C'vlle .... 3 3 01.000 Niigliiw. jrlncs Lowcry, c'villc Mcr.cndon, Par noii'llngr. ,Jones Lclnnosky, Par Hotne runs Block. Sacrifice lilts— Thomas. stolen bases _ Block Walker. Double plays—Glnmp to Block lo Walker; lilock lo Poster to Walker; Woods to Dvorak to Bobo. Left on bases—Blythevllle 9, Paragonld B. Inuinys pitched—By Moyran. U'vllo Stranw C'vllc .. Young. Bales .. lioherson. Par. . Elfcins, Bates Tlioiiuis, Par. Von Ahnen fl 2-3 with (i runs, 9 hits; U y Tliomtis G 1-3 with 7 vims. 10 hits; by Gorman none ivith no runs. 2 hits; by Foldman 1-3 with no runs, no hits. Winning pitcher— Von Ahnen. Losini; pitchcn—Tliom- as. Passeil balls—Martin, Base on balls—Oil Von Ahnen 4. off Thomas 1. Struck out^Dy Von Ahnen 4, by Thomas, t,- by McLcndon 1, Till by uitcher—McHnney by Von Ahneii. Umpires — Lowell and Connelly Time—2:25. : 'Wild Man" in Chains Merely Hapless Freshman POUT WORTH. Tex. (UP) _ Citixons of Polytechnic. Fort Worth Heicr, Hales 3 j j Koonman, O'vllo Fichter. C'vllc .. Knstor, C"vlli\ .. Oornian, Jj'i'lle Bolin. nates Fisher, Jones ... Kceil. IJ'vlIo .... Swflclcnrd. Ni\v. May, Newport .. 3 '.'- 0 l.ODD 3 2 0 I.UUO 2 0 1.000 I 0 1.000 1 0 I.OOO 2 1 0 1.000 •i i o i.ooo 1 I 0 1.0(10 2 1 ft 1.000 4 3 1 .7M .007 .GC7 .son .500 .500 .r.oo .500 .»:« .;»:! 3 2 1 3 ?. 1 •j i 3 1 3 1 3 1 . •! I U 1 Lessons in Lassoing Instituted lor Texans FORT wormr. TCX. <UP> Kd- "cnlion is inradinB one of the last Ifitrs of the genuine, old Southwestern, cowboy. The F'orl Worth young Men's Northeast Arkansas I.cajjiie \V. I,, Pel, 10 <I ,11-1 10 5 ,G(i'7 « li .. r >71 li 8 .-121) r. it :u,i :) 12 .wo Carnthersvllle Batesville '.'_', JonesJjoro Newport Little Hock Clintlniuiojin Atlanta .... Memphis .. New Orlcnns Nashville .. SonlhiTii League W. I,. Pet. 20 10 .GG7 15 12 .S5U Ill M .50:t 14 13 .5111 M 17 .452 13 lli .44!) 12 1(1 .4211 !) 17 .3411 League New Yorl: PitUslnnuh Chicago Cincinnati 12 St. Louts ' 10 t2 Hoston _ Q 11 Hrookly,, m te PhlliidfliJliln 5 15 W. I,. Pet. lil 4 .11111 13 U .Sill M 11 .5(>0 ; .4»o .455 .450 .38f> .250 American League W. L. Pet. Boston nj' Gte\ r elnnd New York Washington I'hlladelphia .... St. Louis • John Iliinyaii, (trim's Progress," Hi'dford. Eiiijlniul. 10 13 8 11 1 14 7 17 .Iiti7 .UL'S .(iOU .571 East End Giants Win At Softball, Baseball The Kisl End GlanLs, a. coni- liliicd liasebnll and softball team. \\on I wo quint's Sunday. They tle- leated (Jk'ar Lake 13 to 4 Sunday inornlnt' hi baseball, and Gosneil 7 to 4 in .softball Sunday afternoon. 'Hie tram's lineup Is: Carthol Hyde, catcher; "Sonny" Lloyd, pitcher; Aaron Byrd, first, base; Monk iMosley. second base; Bill Mihai}:. sliortstop; "Short" Work- ninn. Llilnl base; Howard Besharse, left field; Roland Uonnsa- vitli), center rielcl; Howcll Allev richt lield. Yesterday's Results NnvlliMisl Arhnnsiis League lilylheville 7, I'araBonld 0. .fonesboro -I, Cnruthcrsville Hiilesvillc 9, Newport t. Southern League Memphis 7. Atlanta 0. Little Hock 4, Ohfittnnoogn o. Only tjnmcs scheduled. National t-cagne- '- • Philadelphia 12, New York -3. Boston 5. Brooklyn 4. Only gnmcs sclicdnlrd. Amerieatl League Cleyolnnd 4, Philadeljihla 3, .43S innings. tei .421 .333 .292 iiuthor of "I'll- was n tinker in Detroit 13,.Waslihigloii 7. Only gomes sclicdttled. H ifi nuninst Ihe law to drive ovci a wooden bridge In Nebraska at speed of more than four miles n.i hour. • New Styles & Patterns • New Low I>riccs up • Expert Installation at No Extra Cost A COMI'LKTR STOCK FOR ALL MAKE CARS WE URGE YOU COME TO Headquarters For Auto Seal Covers Hcforc Yon Ruy. TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. .101 \V. Walnut St. Ph. <!33 llie art of lassoing and rope twirl- Mibnrb, dropped (heir work the ! Christian A.woe in I ion announces other mornina and rushed out |<>j (llllt '<• will otter .snnnner classic in ECO about it when they heard there "•as a "wild man" chained to a past in front of tiic Post Office The "wild man" turned out to !>•• Hoy Seagal's, a college student un- ccrgomg routine of an Initiation VfK ARR \OW SHOWING OUR NEW l<m AUTO &<**&<£ 1935 Plymouth Sedan $195 fjmul Sliapo No 'I'nulc 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $89 K u us Corn! Omul 'Vires 1936 Chevrolet % Ton Pick-Up $275 1935 Chevrolet y 2 "Ton Track $165 1936 G!WL C 1 ."!^ Ton Truck $375 '-nn« «'. I!., Slake Htrdy. Heal Buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. 0. JJ. C. TRUCKS OI-DSJ10KII.ES ,i()7 !0. Main Sales & Service 1'hone 329 OF THE 3 LEADING LOWEST-PRICED CARS JL The Plymouth "Road^ king" is nearly 7 inches Longer than one; More than 10 inches Longer than the other,by actual measurement! * Plymouth has an amazing new ridctlint is lliosensalionof [lie lowest-price field...TRY IT! * A11 Plymouth models have tiie same hig, 82-liorsDpower,"L- Iiead"engine, which gives you full- powered, smooth performance and remarkable economy-BOTH! * Easy loown...your present car will probably represent a large Eroporlionof Plymouth's low- delwer^ cdp_rice...balance in surprisingly low monthly instalments. FIVE Passenger Sedan —"Detroit de price," including ill Fedcraftates. Plymouth "Roadking" model« ltntttJtl5;"Dcl.uie" n»ltl> slijlilly hijlior. ^PIYMOUTH Bl ? Jim Parker ami Eddie Mnlonc turned In siirpri.se victories in wrestling matches til llie American Ion arena here last night Parker winning over Najeolj Rabban and .Malonc getting (lie decision over Lou Chancy. Before the matches last night neither Parker nor Mnlonc were «iml(l<w<l quite |><>o(l enough for llielr opponents, but both came Ilirnuali with ijood performance!, and the decision In both eases was Parker nnd iJaljban wrestled a lull 45 minutes before Die liel'ty Ciirnlhersville hoy finally j;ot his "head busier" hold oti the strong man from Kiirde.slan. Parker slammed Habban's head to the mat probably a tlomi times before the latter surrendered the fall. The mutch was a GO infinite time limit affair and. counting tlic ten minute rest period, llie wrestlers returned (o HID lint' with only live minnles to so. As neither wn.s nljle to gain a fall in this lime Referee Mike Meroney gave the decision to Parker who had won the one and only fall, although Rnbbnn protested that, he should nol lose the match on a single fall. Urn Chancy, a" mat terror who lias performed here at various times in the past four or five years and who was believed a little too good for Malone. found himself on the defensive n great deal of the time as the Comity Claire Irishman carried the battle to him. Malone used the Jim Loiulos toe hold to take (lie first, fall in 20 minutes. Excessive roughness on Ihe part of Chancy caused his disqualification after 15 minutes of wrestling as the two sought a .second fall, with Meroucy elevating tin! arm of Ma- lonc In victory, Today's Games N'ortlioast Arkansas League Hlytlicvlllt! (it Uatcsvlllo. CVmiHicrsvlllc nt I'aiiiHOuUl. Ncwjiorl at JmiKlmo. Southern l.rasun Atlanta at Mi-mpliis. niyht Km Knoxville ;a Ulrailiii'liain. Cliiittnriooga nl, I.illle Kwk. Nashville at New Orlt-jins. Nutinnal f.oariie ritlslHireh ni' lioslon. Cliidnnnli at Philadelphia. ClilcuKo ftl Now York. St. J/Jiils at llrouhlyti. Anii'rlraii J,raguc Wasliingtun ill Detroit. I'hlliulcliilila nt C'loveluiKl. N«v Vork at St. t.oui.s. Boston iu Williams Holds Cards To Three Hits Monday IiA'1 ftSl'H.LK, Ark., May 17. — Uati.-svJlli.' iMralr-d Newport 9 to 1 in n Nurthi-ast Arkansas Ix'iijue giune here yesterday. Williams lidded a brilliant same, limilinj. tlji- Cardinal.', lo three Jills, the visitors storiiu; their lone mil in Hie first inning. Score b. Innings: H.If. K. Ncw)iort 1111)000000 1 .'! 1 lialcsvllle .... m OUl 10x !) 10 0 ABEi-lmeier. Traiitncr rmd Islam; Williams ruiel liddeii. A Ijousr; nt I'usnii, Ark., wn.s built iiiuiuul n tree :.tnii)|). 'Die slump now serves sis txitli table and kiieliMi cabiiu-i, c Ijicn lw«n out ol it. Native women of parts of British Ciuinnn use diamond grating- boards in making their daily hrcnd, >' Rough diamonds are panned frojn V nearby slreams nnd imbedded In ;f wax t-overini; a slab of wood. GUARANTEED TIRES MANSl'IKU) GOODYEAR FIRESTONE $-1.40 $5.4 » 50.19 'I.7S.VI!) 5.25x18 Low 1'rlccs On All Slzfs ARIAN AUTO PARTS J2K K, .Main Plume 176 Head Courier News Waul ^ In every big 2-ounce tin of this grand, richer tastin' tobacco," says John T. Thorne AROUND 70 GOOD, RICH, SMOKES IN EVERY PRINCE ALBERT TIN IS REAL ECONOMY, FIGURE, CONSIDERING HOW SMOOTti P. A. TASTES AND HOW EASY IT ROLLS! l<-nn<it ] li It J ]i.ynUJ*T u b Co . Uinitun S*leoj [] O J | P. A.'S THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE IN PIPES TOO MILLIONS of MOTORISTS are driving on tires that are UNSAFE! A survey, just completed, indicates that 59 million tires now in me are smooth or will become smooth during 1938. Many of these are imsale. Unless these dangerous tires are replaced, millions uf motoristr, will be taking needless chances. VVhji risk numan life for those last few extra miles? Let us Replace OLD SMOOTH TIRES MOW TF you have even one old, smooth tire on your car, you're X courting disaster-serious injury to yourself and others. Why take this needless risk? Smooth tires can't he trusted! They attack when you least expect it! They gh'c no tiurningf Look over your tires now, and if they are old and smooth, let us equip your car with safe new tires. And remember, when you buy tires in America today, you get ten times longer tire life than you did in the old days for one-quarter of (he cost! Come in .'See us today I Phillips Motor Company Fireslone Tires" May 14-21 Goodyear Service Store Walmtl I'hone Sl« •110 W. Alain "(icotlycar Tires" Ph'onc 898 !'.: Tom Little Chevrolet Co, •"U. S. Tires" Wnlnut & R,R. ].),„„,, *JUE WILL TflHE VOUR OLD TIRES 111 TRRDE *

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