The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 14, 1934
Page 6
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MGE BIX BLTTHEVIUJ:, CARE.) CQUBIBB DEFECT ; CftPt GOLFERS FOR IRD WIN .Blytheville Team Triumphs Decisively at Cape to Keep Record Clear TOM WRAIGHT .............. GOLF— 36 .................. Blylhcvllle golfers annexed their tliird straight victory of ihe ycur In Inter-club comjictlilon when they trounced ihe Cape Glrardcaii. Mo., golf team over the Cu|>e course Sunday. The triumph was n decisive one. the BIytheville icam running up n 41 '.i lo tA\'t score at the e.\- pcnse of (lie Missourians. Charles Sliver of Cape was mccialisl with a total score of 7C, six strokes ever par for two rounds of tho nine hole 35 ]«r layout. The local train has yet lo be defeated this jear. Jimmle Posslck, pro of the local club, paced the lilylhcville golfers with a card of 17 followed closely by John Caudill ami B. A. Lynch. wlic/ lied for low tcore ninunt; ilie local sliuon pu'es by carding 78'J. Young Caudill, inembor of the Unl- versily of Missouri golf Icam, win jo'-ncd Uic locals a; Cape especially for the tourney, while turn- ;;;g in a low .'•core had the mls- foilunc to meet a Cape player who was one sirokc belter in Alec .Strtiber. Individual ; scores fol'ow: Flayer Out [n Tl. I). C. Training Trackmen Easy Job—For Coach J. Fossick .: Capt. Builcr John Caudill Alec Struber E. B. Gee .. T. Mulkey .. Leo Lintzcnlch 37 Chas. Stiver .. B. A. Lynch .. C. Harris Harry Haines L. Bode J. F. Lcntl .... C. R. GIbbs ... BD1 Pollard Dr. McGuerly 37 40 77 3 41 43 84 0 39 39 18 1-2 39 3U 46 39 41 17 39 M 3fi' T7 43 M 70 76 85 2 1-2 n I'M HI' :.n mil ....... tiili: Ci . Nil licil-nri l>n>ii|:|i| (ml hlh dl&lulkce men h) 1 pi i-ircil i ,l,,|n Nn l.iil-nM nl' Nun.' \-uliiill. il ••i-llillR III- ..MIUIH! [h. lincl;, in • li;is ;l Mil Joli im l-f li-iil|l|y lli'K-i-l:, IhiWh lully ion City. Tcnn., day and Ulytlu-vlllr ccoln noxl Hiinchiy. he hox scon 1 : MemphLs Riist, rf Smltli, :i While, Nolan, STANDINGS 2 1 40 30 39 39 39 4G 43 41 84 3 49 42 91 U 43 38, 81 2 1-2 . 44 40 84 1-2 39 42 81 111-2 . 41 43 84 1 1-2 Engineers Come from Be- chapman, ir 1 • 1 . n . M I • I.ovell. Ib hind to beat Memphis nnck. Engineers I Firpo Will Steal Show If Headline Performers Falter Emll Firpo and his gesttures are slated for a minor role on tonight's '•" wrestling card nl the ormorv but Terry's Terry's Station Will Take Over Soft Ball Team service station at th PuKc U1US Giants ' Senators „ ' Uver llgers If lhe principals don't look out the riiite line will become sponsor ol inlkatlve Soulh American will car- the Commercial sofi ball league pi • ry away lhe honors at lea«t' ns far learn which hns played under Ihe V-llamplOn j as ability to entertain the cus- name of Kirby Brothers drug W7 IL lomers Is concerned. store upon lhe team's next ap- Firpo Is slated to meet tddie r*arnnce it was announced today. Baker In a one hour time limit Ttle Rcv - stlmrl s » lmon - le "8 llc I two out of three falls match to l>r«Wenl, announced today ap- the chow. Fir™ appeared U<» mm< ' nt of R committee to al- MONDAY,. MAY 14, 1934 TIKIS BIT OF IRI-SfE LDOPjl Smith .Changes Mind;ll Timers Rout Caruthers-1| ville "Seconds" Here The PittsburKh Pirates climbed i.uo lhe lend In the National ' ler(> in asuc yesterday, defeating th«,droppl.i' a la-lne ro!f last week. lend all games anil name an allo match to nnlph Smlll,! f'?'... 1 *"" °1 J lie °^ °L"I! league's schedule. is 'iosion lirnves. In the American ;' ne Jackson. Tenn. professor, but - ,,,,,.„, loop the Yankees held the™ le d>i* showmanship saved an other- i> ™'" ri ,°' nV ' *•„?.°& ivlihniii trouble as 'hey subdued *!** dull ™rd- Baker wns referee """ c Crawfori1 nnd Clarence Willie Cleveland Indians. [of the mulch nnd on occasion £0 "' The Hues triumphed over the'. lrenlei1 F ' r|)o s o">«w>> a l roughly '(raves 9 to 2 at Pittsburgh. The ^"..I'lf.'l'.'lL'!??" 0 " 11 /,," 108 ". 1 ™ l ™ John Smith's BIytheville Timers \ swarmed all over a "second" Car- i mhersvllle, Mo., team at Haley i F-eld yesterday afternoon in a i game for which the field gates' wore swung wide open and the i The committee | ••Tfonnnnco, such as It was, free * A fund has been started purchase miniature baseballs to '.ucs .!.,t off to a two run lead In <»"'«""<" [ nm lhf s '»•»'>" U '™Ks . w d he nrst innlmr nnd .stayed ahead i like( »W>'>'>i< '«* '" n wrestling <-">*^ I'aii'Mn drove in four runs for j'' 1! " Cl ,' At nnv ™ te lhc Soilth ;., I American comedlnn mav remein- ihe league champions when they win- ' I'irnies. Smith was the i pitcher and Brandt the loser. Cuhs beat the New a good show Is certain of the outcome of the THELERS KEEP '"•Id the Giants to seven hits. Moire's hnmcr with a mnn on ac- nuutPil for all tlie Giants' runs. 'Vspilc Its vlctorv Chicago drop-. •» il out nf n tie for first place in •he league. • \ The Phillies defeated the CiiJ "mail Reds 5 to 4 nt Cinclnnit 'Che Reds led. pettine their to •uns rnrlv hut the Phillies caniL v.rk to score their counters in tfi? later innines. -Allen and Hafey hit "si 1 (he circuit. Tho St. Louis Cards defeated 'hr Phillies 12 to 7 at St. Louis. Collins and Prey got homers. Diw.v malinan. will take Uean was tb<? winning 'eonard was the loser. pitcher. B, Gooch .... 4C 43 89 1 1-2 Dave Hawkins 43 43 M H. Banislcr .. 41 41 Si E. G. Gramllng 43 48 91 Jtfl Roland ..42 45 81 Harry Busch ..50 54 104 Bill Afflict .... 51 41 92 Dr. Baumslark 42 49 C. M. Buck .... 42 43 P. Springer ..41 45 W. T. Burnett 41 43 G. Steck .... 43 41 Tom Florida ..42 41 C. L. Harrison 50 .7. Cartwright . 42 F. Tiopck :';. G. G. Caudill . Joe Hoyell ... F. England .. J. Tlopek J, Guard E. L. Graham . U. S. Branson H. Hebbeler . P. Warren .... 53 A. Sprndling .. 40 v : Elkins .... 46 1 1-2 1 91 85 3 92 90 84 3 83 3 51 101 0 43 85 2 •17 44 91 1 40 44 84 2 1-2 45 48 93 1-2 51 46 97 3 93 0 86 2 90 95 92 0 Beltlson. c Hough, p The Osceoln Engineers registered their fourth straight victory yes- I rilny. defeating the Mi-mphis 1 osccolu Kni'lnms mjlnccrs before n ciowil of BOO Owens. 21) .ns ut Osceola. The score was 8 Howcrion. 7 - - A. SlH'Cli The U. -S. fleet bnys. slntloncil ear Qsceola, had to con-.e from jehlnd with an eighth inning rally HoiVler, beat the fast Memphis negre- J.JHSOII. allon. Home runs by Nulen and _ hampman of thu Memphis club, Sullivan, c ach coming with a man on-base, uj llcus cndlockedj .the score after the p or t cr ' p 3sccolans v had. scored four inns in ' ' ii! first two timings. Memphis mivls, |> iade seven errors. Davis was called Into the game ) the ninth inning lo relieve I'or- er and succeeded in fanning two alters and forcing the third to fly ut to prevent n Memphis rally, 'ho Tndinns used three piti-hers nd the Memplilans tried two. [ The Osceola club will play Un- ' 46 47 42 44 . 48 42 49 46 51 41 1 1 -lowell ....... 47 51 104 45 91 48 92 47 94 0 Totals 41 l-Z 24 1-2 The Yankees Deat the Indians lo n with Gomez admlnisterlii" white wash for his fifth naWit victory. GehriT anrt Chap- inn hi. homers. Llnyd Brown was li n pitcher. The Washington S«nat o r s mmM><l the Detroit Timers 1 to 4 Washington. Bridges wlldness the Senators to en rieht n 0«- seventh Inninz. Whitehitl the winning pitcher. The Philadelphia Athletics de- fated Ihe St. Lou's Browns' 9 to at Philnclcliihlrc. The Macks ron- nUat»d their attack in two inn- Cnwarelln was the winning uM»r. Johnson hit a homer. Boston J?3d Sox beat the Chic.ieo White Sox 14 to 2 at Bos- 'on. Three home runs, two with buses loader!, accounted in a :irve wav for the ton heavy score. Rhmlcs was the winning and Gason the losing pitcher. NESCO KEROSENE RANGE*MODERN AS TOMORROW Lutes Beats Shady Grove 4 to 3 at Lutes Park Lutes defeated Shady Grove In p. well played "game at Lutes park : )uth of BIytheville, yesterday af I -rnoon. The score was 4 to 3. t R. Lutes, hurling for Lutes ; truck out nine batters. O'Nea \ as the hitting star of tire Lutes I-ah with two two-baggers and .' 'mpson got the same number of i -.ubles for Shady Grove.'. I.ules will play Sandy Ridge at ' ;ndy Ridge next Sunday. The box score: '" • Lutes V-hlttle, ss F '.mes. 3b P yne, cf R. Lutes, p 1 '. Lutes. If V. ight, rf !' Lutes, 2b <•' feal. ib I.. Lutes, c Totals E' idy Grove i 1 Smith. If r Smith. 3b f Smith, ss 1 linger, 2b 1 'omews, cf !'• mer, rf R 'ilnson, c ' >ipson, Ib Ci:np, p Ab 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 Totals Ab 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 36 1. Iniuloltd ov»n — cooler kltthcn — ' r hiot. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE •Irmingham at Nashville. :hattanooga at Little Rock. :<ew Orleans at Atlanta. WRESTLING JOHNNY STOTE ROY ALLEN EMIL FIRPO VS. : EDDIE BAKER ARMORY, MONDAY NITE 2.Porc*laln lined evtn. lowly woihed. 3. Comvatcd tu*\ tank, 4. UM tap of finl tank for added tpox*- 5. PesMv* burner control. •. Dlrert flam* tontext with wtentM. SOIITIIKKN LEAGUE W. • Challanooya 'Atliinta Nnshvlllr , I Mfiiiplils ! Ni-\,' Orleans Knoxville ... NATIONAL I.KAGUE W. L. 15 17 St. I.ouls l!i New York 14 Boston 12 Kionklyii 8 0 I'hiludeliihiLi 1 Cinuiiinuli 5 welch If P,,,,,,,,;,],,:],^,,. r.KAGl'E W. L. New York 17 Cleveland 11 12 Detroit, II Washington llusiun 11 St. Louis 9 Chicago 5 AMERICAN Detroit nl Washington St. I.HIILS at I'liiliidi-lp Cleveland at New Yolk. Chicnyo at Uoston. "Do m ees deceive me?" '" 16 rol " !h can step lively himself. Allen has not aooeared here in some time 4nd during the interval of his nb- sence almost lost his lee; beeause Qf an inlury sustained In a-match. Whether he is us good as eyer-or has definitely »one buck as'a^fe- sult'of the InUiry should be-determined In the. full satisfaction of local fans tonight. \ : Tnnlsht's AllenTStote go Is.-, ^ic"- cordln? to promoters, one s of a series of elimination matches leiid- Ine un to n -mutch with the rhamninn of the light henvles for [.he survivor. A block nf r-n tickets was purchased trxlny for the Oscenln U, S. fleet bill cl.'b iinl Its backers Dron Pair to Chattanooga; Mfmnhis Hitters Go On Wild Spr. ee The Little Rock Travelers still trying to find bottom at the bot- bm lost a pair of grimes to the sliiKgim; Chattanooga Lookouts vesterdnv ' In a Southern league double header. The scries were 13 to 1 and 5 to 0. McColl and Holsclaw held the Travelers in check, the Ixiokouts winning the first game despite 15 Little Rock hits. In the first game the Travelers played like sandlotlers nnd in tire second were unable lo hit the curves of Holsclaw. Warren, Lookout catcher, was .'core was 18 to 0. Smith said the regular Caruih- ] ersviUe ball club, reported to be strong team, had .signed lo ap- ' iwar here Sunday but the Carulh- os-Fvllle manager, aoparently gelling better proposition, had sent his fii'st stringers lo Jackson. Tenn., j fm 1 a game vestr-rdav and shoved J off un assortment of "rookies" on : Hie local team. On realizing (he "deal" he had received Smilh decided, he said, to \ oiv»n Hie fi\ies and play the ijame ^ . v.'ith the faiK understanding that •" Hie visitors were not what they > ohrpnrted lo be. - Smith's Tlcers |"- J nn pell mell around the bases un- HI. cvhausted, they had piled up i, an 18 to 0 score In five innings i :< M -Tl decided to quit there. Smith sn!d todav his Tigers were definitely out of t!ie so-called trl- •tate semi-pro league orgnnized by CSus phis. says emphatically manager sigiwd a contract to enter the loop some time ago but". says he has changed his mind ^ ' since and did not attend an or- ; ."| ganization meeting in Memphis c ' ast week. fo-- toni«hl's Fhow. The Enpineers knocked unconscious by a fouled nnd thoir guests will be seated in ball in the second came. a Sroup. i I The New Orleans Pelicans de- fented the Atlttntn Crackers before 113.500 peoole at Atlanta. The home Hardware Co. looming of the Crackers was spoiled C D 11 T l)v " le 7 lo r> los - s Gleason, Cla- opOllSOr Ball I Cam i baiich mill Rereer . hit homers. • Messenger was the winning and A hn.=i>hn(l tpnm. to be snonsored | Barnes the InslnR pitcher. >'.v Hubbard Hnrdwnre cnnrnnv. is| The Nnshvill<> Vols defeated the in the process of organizalion with Birmingham Barons 13 to 8 .at Charles Kramer as coach and Nashville. The • Volt hammered rmna^er. Baron hurling for 19 hits. Arlett It Is understood that the fol- nnd Prather hit. for the circuit, lowing players have agreed to plav . Soeece u-as the winning and Moore with the team: J. W. Rodery, J..the losing pitcher. C. Kinningham. Grover Whittle, i The Knoxville Smokies lost a 14 Tipton, Abe KinninRham, Dick to 4 game to the Memphis Chicks. Clvde Reed, Reese Moore. Dick The Memphians hnmmered out 20 Potter, B. Akin, Bill Crowe and .hits of ftwo pitchers with Hulvey Norman Bunch. ithe losing moundsman. Kelley was COLOR BLIND "Hapoy" Foreman Memphis papers of Mem have dispatches stating BIytheville Li n nember of the Icidp bin Smith .not. The local ! : - : the \vinniii2 hurler. Huccheson col- J ebrated his return to Memphis * svilh Uiree hits. Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance Phone 197 Scientists show that fish are color blind, even though lishermen use brightly colored baits. Fish see colors only as various shades of grev. 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