The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 21, 1936
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\ >rd ^ i h < ^ \ ' ' 'i £?• GE SIX Stamey Bests Blackbuin 'In Hurling Duel; Coca Colas Arc Upset _ The Slandlnfs Team W L Pet Coca Cola ... 7 4 530 Nu Wa Cleaners . 7 4 G3C Jack Appiebaum .......5 0 ,454 Steam Liundiy ... 3 8 273 " » BY J. P. IKIKM) Sadie Slimcy dedsloncd Qussle Blackbuin In nn old fa-hloncd hurling'.,due) last nlghl lo give the Nit Wa Cleaners a 5-4 decision o\er Jack Apptcbium's Store, and a tie again foi first place In the Oirls' Softball League Behind the •steady pitching of Evel>n McDnntel, Bljtheville Steam Launch) snipped a semi game losing streak by pounding out a. 1Q-2 decision over the Coca Cdla Bottlers The defeat depthcd them of a weeks slij ns the league leader. I In Fine 1-orni Both Stflinc) and Blackbuin wrae In brilliaiil foim Blackburn, making her first start In «lx weeks, gave up but foui singles The 'Bjumers weie .credited \\Ith five, oife as a result^of a runner being lilt by a baited ball Stamey Is sued foui on balls to tuo bj lite Appiebaum speed mer- cliant Sadie had six strikeouts, while Gusslc fanned but thiec The game was a nip and tuck nffair with neilhei learn imjojlng more'-than a one. run leadi Nu Wa scored one in llrst on Imogcne Smith's single a stolen base and tw ( o Infield outs Appiebaum, in their turn counted Ulce on a wilk lo Alice Sallba, lone Filends double, and Barbara Simmons single Blackburn, who had walked tiled lo score loo but' wns nipped at the phle on a \cij close p)i> * Nu Wa tied it up hi the second With one oul, Willis was safe on Hemphill's error, stole second nnd came In on Tales single But Appiebaum again went out In front In the lust half of Ihc Inning Eula Whllllc btrolled advanced on a wild pitch nnu stolen base, anil scored as Hcmphlll was being thrown out • Pitchers *B*ar Down Satlle and Gussie then began to bear down and,allowed no more scoring until the nfth Vihen Nu Wa came through »lth tlnee runs and the, margin of ilciory U \V Iglehart and Dlila Chapman' went out Iiv '.'order,' but Stamey singled. Smith hll to Sallba and 'Alice' fumbled, Stamey scoring, and Smith going lo second on the throw. C. Whittle singled in Imo- ge'iiB, and moved up on the toss. Cella'counted when Blanche Morris messed'up M. Iglehart's roller, Bui Marie was called out lor leaving the- base. '-' ApplebiUim staged a rally hut It. fell short, -of u tie when , I'ono Friend, looked over, a third strike, with the tying and winning runs on the prilhs. Hcmphlll opened the frame by striking'' gut. Bevll bounced one-to right and' went to second when Tide'"'fumbled. Arnold, hitting for Browning, dill likewise and Bevll-came In when Nadine Willis erred. Sallba-skied lo Willis and Leilii Whllllc ed But Slmnc) '.lipped a fast, grip' thioiigh thy middle and lone 'let It go bj ending the gime '-' ' l.uumlry Turns Tables Coci Coin Dottier/! linrt thi bli.", tin lied cfti'tlufrv In 'the gtimc Heictofoie* (hoy '\\n\i. '(nglng>oiie big Inning' In '• Ihcy usually saltid nwnv gnme. llul Laundry stole tlieh- stuff by sending sK runnfih acioss the plitu in Hie nrtli fiaiiie lo cinch, the contest, nnd holding the Bottlers well In check ii'll the Eseljn McDanlel, tnougl^ allow- Ing sever) 1 lilt-s, waf, as tight as a new sheVlu the. olneh; (In hang- Ing Up hei flrstf vjctory, of the 1 , season anil knocking Ui* Bottlers fiom their loft) per^h/ Sl'io Issued no bise on bills and' struck ouC thiec Mnry Ixiu Whittle conquci- or of tlio Nu Wa Cleaners, Pil- da), was (abbed for eight sufctles, most of which came with lun- neis on base She Issued but one bnsc on balls, and whiffed n tilo Coca Coh committed seven enois laundij but three Laundij look an curl) lead, scoilng Uo on three coasccutlvc euois, and McDinlcl's hit Coca Cola tallied one In the first, too, Seun Trumblc di lying in Lucille,Oldham, who gained n base via an error, A double plaj by "Brownie'' Kinrey, unassLsted, pi even ted Laundry scoiing In the second but Pauline Russell connected for a honie run ullh Doils Fowlor on foi a [iaii In the third They cll- niased their score inaiiufacturlrig ftllli six In (lie fifth, on hits by Ruth Eiwin, Eunice Scott, and Qlm McGhre, a bnsc on balls and three mlscues. Coi.a Cola made a feeble ges- luie in theli half, but could push o\ei but one as a icsult of hits 1>) Lorcne Wldnei, Sjlvm Buchanan, and Gwendol)ii Fisher Fdna Qeorge and Helen Laster, '..JLVTHEVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .DOESN'T WANT T6 BE A LEECH The Standings Southern League '.'-'• W. L- Atlanta 01 36 xNashvIlle C5 41 'plrattanooga n 45 New Orleans ...,.;.. H5 50 Ittle Rock n SO noxyllle 39 55 icniphls 39 55 x—Night game. "Baseball has given me.a good living nnd I don't want to be a leech ^now that I'm unable lo phy eveiy day," sajs Sunny Jim Bottomle), shovvn spearihjj a high one Following a pliys- inil; examination' and ,a talk with the owners of the St. Louis Biov>ns, Boltomky, who Is'3(i,-. will decide "whether ho will ictlie The famous first bascmun tins spent 14 seasons In the majori the loop leading hitters, failed to icglster a 'safety The Laiindrj first baseman dldn t connect ii three' tries, and Laster In two. 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When traveling for business or pleasure, on long or short trips, air-conditioning insures clean- line ss and makes you feel "fresh a s the breath of spring." 1 Save money—fares lowest in history— subttaatial reductions on. round trip tickets-new coach comforts, world's finest sleeping cars and service, economy meals, faster schedules, dependability, safety. Askyour .railroad agent about travel or shipping to any part of the world. < . . . Shippers: Us« new Free pick-up-and-dellvery of LCL freight. WESTERN RAILROADS i 5.' - l ' ' AND THE PULLMAN COMPANY- -.. .- <: '. . ' National League lilcngo t. I.ouis IttsUi-rijli ew York ..- liichmatl ...... oslon, -........... hlliulclphfa rocklyn W. L. 53 31 63 33 44 41 42 42 41 41 4G 33 S'i 30 55 Anwrlian League 'ew York ... Icvcland Soston ....... X'trolt ...... VnshliiKton . 'hlladelphla . it Louis Northeast Osceola Newport 'anilhersvlUe Bale.sville onejibcro W. 1,. 58 30 M 39 48 41 48 40 4u 46 45 42 28 57 27 58 PcL .023 .573 .521 .511 .474 .457 .415 .415 Pet .031 .010 ,518 .517 .506 .471 ,3H(i .353 »Ct .053 .557 .539 .535 .535 .52D .320 .3111 Sweeps Past Laster in Girls Soft Ball League Play . BY J. V. IH1KNI)' Climaxing a sensational 1111VB BIIIIIC balling streak with a trio o( safeties against Mrs, Lillian Hi-owning. Jack Apple I) a urn's Store. Moiulny nlgia, B<hia George Ulythcvlllc Steam Laundry baseman, swept past Helen first Lasler, Nu Wa shortstop and lour wi'i'k leader, to assume the Girls' Softball League • balling, lead In ten gnme.1 Edna ha.s cracked out sixteen nils In, twenty seven limes al biit for n plienominal mark o( .51)3. All but two. a double anil triple arc of the one base .variety. She lias hit safelly seven " hi her last eight nppeav- at the plate. Laslcr Is Second Helen Laster failed to register Lillian Browning In suffering their seventh consecutive loss Blythcvllle Steam Laundry relinquished the club batting lead to Jack Appiebaum, who helped themselves to icn hits. The Ballmers- )mvc .361, ten points better than the Laundry lassies Nu Wa Is third with .320, and Coca Cola, the loop leader . In wins, Is one point shy of the ,300 mark, Appiebaum U' out In front in runs, 92; hits, M; 'and 'total' bases, in. Nu Wa sluggers have clouted seven homers. Five triples have ;.beea registered; by . Laundry. Coca Cola and Appiebaum ,• arc deadlocked In doubles, each 'with alX. -,.'.•:.. 2C IliKhie Holler Than .300 'Hie remainder of the twenty six active members batting .300 and better include: Sena.Truniblc' Coca Cola, .411; Adelaide Cowsert' Coca..Cola, .400; Evelyn McDanlel' Laundry,. .400; , Allcoi,6allbn, Ap- piebaum, .400; Marie Iglehart Nu Wa, '.303; Katherinc Northern Laundry.: .388; , Blpnc)|e Morris' Appiebaum, .38o;" Audley Blythe Coca'Cola; .385;' Nadine 'willis" Nil* Wa,- '.308; Lucille'' OldliaVi, toca Cola; , ,383; Mary ;Loir. Whittle. Coca Cola. .357; Sylvia/Buchanan Coca Cola, .333; Ruby Lutes, Ap- •> league W. • I,. Pet. a .750 •I .007 7 .-117 1 .417 7 .417 a .3:13 0 Today's Games . Southern 7.eagiie Memphis at Nashville. Little Rock iif, Chattanooga. Birmingham at Atlanta. Only games. National league Chicago nt Brooklyn. St. Louis al New York. Pittsburgh nt Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston. • .. ' American League Philadelphia at Detroit. New..York at St. .Unils. Boston, at Cleveland. Washington at. Chicago. Northeast Arkansas leag Joiiesboro at Osceola. Caruthersvllle at Newport. Batcsvlllc at Phrngoukl. Fur farming Is one of the most important industries of Canada. a lilt agaliiKl Mary Lou • \Vlilttle Cooi Cola Ijoltlcr star, and slipped Into second place with .542 Doris Fowler, Blytheville Steam Laundry second baseman, and lone Friend, Jack Appiebaum out- liHdor, are tied for third place with .500. Imogeiic Smith, Nu Wa Rleaiiers, Is fifth with .488, followed in order for the flrsl ten- Ilar.el Lutes. ;•• Jack Appiebaum .•180; Eula Whittle, Jack Appie- baum, 47G; Eunice Scott, Steam Lnimdry, .444; Jnanita Grimes Jack Appiebaum, .444; Pauline' Russell, Steam Laundry, .417. Several ties exist In .. Iho •'Individual departments. Bcndonna Ifucy, Coca .Cola; Gussie Blackburn, Jack Appiebaum, nnd Lucille Otdliam, Coca Cola, each have two doubles. Pauline Russell, Steam Laundry, and Marie Igle- Imrt, Nu Wa Cleaners, have a pair of triples apleceT Cccln'Whit- tle, Nu Wa, Marie lylclmrt, and Helen Lasler, Nu Wa, haven't added lo their two home runs' Imogenc Smith, Nu Wa 'has crossed the plate thirteen times. Edna George's sixteen hits are tops.; Mode rglchart has accounted for twenty two", total bases. I Sfamey Beaten i Despite the fact that Sadie I Stamey, Nu Wa, was beaten last' week by Coca Cola, she still paces the pitchers with six wins. She has been beaten twice. Mary Lou Wiittlc has copped five verdicts Willie dropping a couple. Unable to get but six hits off plebaum. .333; Wilma Iglehart, • Nu Wn Cleaners, .333; Bendonna Huey, Coca Cola. .320; Hum Er- wlii, Laundry, ,300.,. Baseball Results • Southern T.eajcoe < Nashville nt Birmingham, night game. Only tjume. Open Open National dnte. League American ' (lite Northeast Open date. Arkansas League A form of mucilage Ideally suited for [wslage stamps Is mnj? from t'iie starch contained In sweet potatoes. -0«<trmlMd' ckln Careful shoppers are finding an inexpensive whiskey that _ is pleasing them above all others. Kentucky's delicious Double- rich" 'straight Bourbon! 9P.PRP^F-KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Itcfure You lluy Any Oulbdaril - See the NEPTUNE 2 "• *'• Kinjlc Cyl. (Other Sizes to 10 H. P.) ; HUH1UUD TIHE & ' HATTEHY CO. i Blooinfield gi-abbed.the ropes and .(-slipped from STTexV,!grig As h<-'i ;fell liH.:b a fk^,,ded;:^Ji4 ui/f '.edge ; of; the'..rlng,v 'TJwugh:'h,,'t I he manoRed' to *>mu,i K^^,I ,.... Bloomfield Unable to Return After Being Toss- , -•"--.: ,v 51 l " u ngn : -nun, .he managed to crawi back Into .the ring before the- twenty sec, onds, hut, was In no shape to continue. The ten minute rest period failed to restore him and the match was awarded to Moh Icy. eel From Ring •' BY J. I'. FRIEND Mobley, They actually > wrestled 04 min- utes, and during that • time tho fans were given a rare treat. Both matched skill and speed In a bril- ! Hnnt scientific duel, with little to ' Amarlllo, Texas, I choose between Ihc' two. Mobley : "Tkp" had iKrhntW' n slloh^ mln.* „..-» , , , ween e wo. Moble won by default from Mon-is "Ike" had perhaps a slight edge and Bloomflcld, Brooklyn, N. y,, last had the erstwhile professional nielli in the main allracllon of- weight lifter In many precarious the American Legion weekly positions. niell the American Legion wrestling, program, whe weekly positions. Jew- p e i c 'The finish came fifteen minutes aftur Bioomfield had taken the first fall. Heckling by several of the' front Vow cash customers 'was' blamed ; ,by • Mobley: i for his action: Jj\s(,; prior tp It : ^Iobley had a |)ainf|u'l, ( and , dangcroiw Jnpancse leg'Jotk 611 Bloomficld wlio refused to'give'up:' These partlculai- fans wanted to know "who was hurt- Ing' wlio." Mobley made a reply to them. Bioomfield managed lo wriggle free and when he did Mobley picked him up and started a '.whirl. 'When a remark was made about "hurting someone," Re>t> turned and . attempted to dump "Ike" in their laps. But grnppler from Texas, and other points, the • skilled Doc pulling the Georgia corn Cracker's shoulders to the mat In straight falls 'The match, Wiled as the opener was sliifted to last in order to give Poolc some rest after arriving late from. Glattewnlor, Texas. Head Courier News Want Ads. Wrecker Servic* - Gas OPEN AM, NICIIT PHH.UPS SXRVICK CENTKR Phones 777 - glo Rolling the same "makin's" brand for 20 years! E. C. CRESSON has favored Prince Albert for 20 years. He says:"!'. A. just naturally shapes up easy into a neat, slow-barn- ing, coot-smoking cigarette. P. A. doesn't blow all over the lot" Great for pipes too. 70 fino'roll-your- own citcaTcttci In every 2-oz, lin of Prince Albert OUR OFFER; Roll 7 our»eU 30 >w«1l ri K *relt«i from Pnnca Albert, If you don't find tli«/n the fine*t, taitieit roli-yotir- own ciKaretles you ever*mok*d, rclum the pocket tin with the re&t of the tobacco tail la us »t «ny time within & month from »M, d.le. .nj », will «f un d f u |l pure t.« priL.plu, IioiUEe. ISigniJ) R. J. Reynold*Tobacco CcKup.ny . Winslun-SJeni, NurUi Cualiu PRINCE ALBERT THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE COOK Candidate for GOVERNOR Pledges Two Years of Moral, Educational and Social Advancement for Arkansas and All Her People Meet and Hear JUDGE COOK , in.••Blytheville Wednesday, 8 P. M. "July 22nd ^CHURCHES-SCHOOLS Our churches ;mii schools hnvc.iiclil us loircllicr • (hroushnut our first hundred years of statehood. Judge Cook, through his wide experience gained as yuur .luvenilc Judge, firmly bcli6yes that Arkansas - musl recognize her 1 churches and her schools as the first ansl )>realcsl- 'stabilizing forces in the future upbuilding of : our sliite. His first thought, ;is yoni- next governor, will he the slutly and support of llicsc' 1 two greal institutions. SLOWER TAXES Arkansas' terrific lax burden must be immediately lessened if our people are to progress socially and happily if new industries are to be brought lo and created within our commonwealth. ^ Judge Cook, as your next governor, will lower taxes and increase tax benefits, just as he said he would and DID for 1'nlaski County. Stop Waste! Pay Debts! End Interest! Reduce Tax Burden! Only a Business Man { Can Do THIS Job! Judge Cooif is Hie ONLY oaiiili- ilnlc who hns already PROVED his ability lo successfully solve the Tirrbleuis confrontiiig our slate today! Judge Cook is the ONLY candidate who will sc~rve the state \VITI10UT PAY until the Slate Farm (now over $840.030.00 in debt) is on a paying basis. Jwljjc Cook is the ONLY business man lo announce for governor^ ... the oilier nine are all lawyers! No wonder, then, that in every rcclicn of Ihc slate, quietly determined, (n\-burdened, rlght- Ihinkiiij; people liy Ihe thousands ;irc saying "We MUST and \V1I.I, win wilh COOK for GOVERNOR tribauW.- I«- Sew York- • ..Catiipnign Committee.

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