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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Pmcli Hitter O'Brien's Single Willi Bases Loaded Ends Mound Duel NEWPORT, May 19.—Pinch-hitter O'Brien lined a single with three on and one out in the Mth inning and broke- i;p cr.c of Ihe grc-:ite.sl pitching duels ever witnessed at Mann PicW today, anil Newport defeated nlytheville, 4 lo 3. Howard Sweckard of Neivj»rt aiid 1/efly Gorman of Blythevillc were the pitchers. The largest week-day crowd of the season was present. Oldenburg, Cardinal third baseman, handled 11 'dinners wllh only one error. Maliry, with three hits out of seven limes up, led the Cardinals. Uinek, Blythevillc left fielder, was put oat of the game In Ihe 12th by umpire Lyons for disputing a called strike. The same teams play here to- Blylhcvlllc All a II PO A Maresco, 3b C ; 0 13 fl Tramback, if 5 ft 200 Jackson, cf C 0 5 5 0 Aragon, c G 0 0 8 0 Lanek, If S 1 1 2 fl Peltman, If 1 0 0 0 0 ' Dvorak, ss 5 1 0 7 3 Woods, 2b 0 1 1 3 n Harrington, Hi G 0 1 12 0 Meyrnn, p 000 0 0 Gorman, p C 0 I 0 0 Totals 52 3 fl -10 14 hat, or something. Anyway, Sie-1 bert wound up training' with his j old Dayton pals, then In the Mid- Atlantic, ami was transferred to Albany. l.imlls Slqis In' Alter n month with (he Bena- I lore. Judge Ivfindls ruled Hint Sie| bcrl was ineligible to play In the International U'aKiie. Me held that lirooklyn had sold Ihe left-handeil llrst l)urj'iii:in to two clubs. Slelierl still doesn't know why he wasn't declared a free agent then. Hut It was hack lo I>ayton for our hero, where he executed his chores so well thai he was peddled .0 Bnflalo In mid-season for do- iveiy llic following spring. finffalo :;old Sieliert lo lirooklyn, if all places, and the Dodgers gnve ilm id Iiiullanap»ll.s In payment Newport Mills, rf 7 Duncan, ss G . Harris, II) C • Oiiyman, If —. — 1 Mabry. cf ... Blaxo, c ..... Oldenburg, 3b , Crnm, 21) .. Sweckaixl, i> xO'Brien .. AH R II PO'A 1 0 1 7 1 5 0 S 0 3 0 0 n '.! 1 2 2 2 14 2 5 3 4 0 10 0 I 0 5 1 0 1 0 • Totals 52 4 13 -12 10 x—Batted for Crum in llth. BlyUicvlllc ...020 COO 100 000 00— S Newport .....300 000 000 000 Ol^l Errors—Wood, Duncan, Oldenburg, Crum 2. Runs tailed in — Giiymtin, Mnbry, Oldenburg, Woods, O'Brien, Hnrrinelon, Gorman. Two- case hits—Trnmback, Gorman,Mills. Stolen bases—Mills, Oldenburg 2. Sacrifices—Harris, Crum, Tnun- back. Double play—Alnresco, Woods , and . Harrington. Left on bases— .Newport 1C, BlyUicvlllc 8. Base on Mralls—Oil Swcckartl 1, Meyrnn 1, •-Gorman 1. Struck out—By Sweck- ard 8, Gorman C. Hits—Ofl Mcy- ran In 2-3 innings, 3, 3 runs; off Gorman in 12 2-3 innings 10, 1 inn. 'lilt by ptlcher—By Sweckiml (Dvorak). Wild pilch—Siveckiml. Losing pilcher— Gorman. Uni]>ires— Lyor^s ;and fluff. 'I'hne—2:55. The PAYO! BY HAItltY GHAYSON Sports E«li(or, NBA Service Two young men joined the Phll- - .._ rf __.. u j^... ^ .-... /ittn./ij\C3/ia. ndelphla Athletics in Cleveland the F i ossic Vl , ]t PIn , lltln lif- or (.he vt'lcr.in Johnny Cooncy, , A .:«3 b.itllnr; avcmgc and Mossy lding led to the Cubs drafting iicberl from U;c Indians, and the Cardinals purchased him at the tail of l!):n for protection. Tlie ?ed ninis hail traded Hip Collins o Hie Cubs. Johnny Ml/e was lolcliut', out, and Brnneli nie.key vasn't loo sure of his ftehtlni;, inywny. Siebcrl frnt in 22 (james \vllh tlie Cardinals before being sent in I'uolr ;olnmbus farm, where he hailed S18, f'li.timnii t.osrs \'o Time. It was when the lied llirds sent lim to Columbus again this sprini; hat Ihe Young mini visited Judge Laiidls, A player can lie sent out inly three times by miijor leacue •lubs. Ciebert wanlcd lo know hn«' out; it was ijoinij lo continue, Five major league clubs had :it "irsl refused to waive on him, mid 'or cootl reason, A .skillful lleliler, ic titled .350 during his t;rlef slay n Columbus this spriiuj. While Judge Lnndis. denied Sie- iert n free ngency, it Is .viynlficunt 'Imt he was af once swapped lo he A's for three players. Mack likes him. He likes Chapman, too. Hig Sam lakt's a tremendous cut. Gliupmnn played in Hie Hrat major league name he ever saw . . and the day he reported. Siebert and Glmumn'n nrc Ihe Incl of yoiiiiB men Mack likes best . . . collet'!! men. College men BO for Connie in a b| K W ay, too. They .should. He was the "first io tiive college men llielr nig b re nk !n iivofes-sional biiscbrdl. OTiicK UN SPEED Assault To Cover All •Marks From Mile To 7,000 I'.Y WILLIAM G, HAN1.0N United I'nss SUIT Cotri'spimilent SALT liAKK G'lTY (UP)—Speed records—from one mile to the 7,000 miles covered In a 48-hour endurance run—will be the lnri;cts of the Mil! Three among land sliced drivers this summer nt the fionnevlllc Kail Flats. AUhoiigli 11 Is covered by an ,, iliuniniim sheathing, the Thunder- 0 bolt weigh!! approximately 7',4 toji.s. The huge speedster's brakes cover the whoh! iifcn af the wheel. The .:nr Is 30 feet, ,5 Inches long and 7 feet. H4 Inches wide. C'o'jl) and his mystery car will arrive about the first ot Reptcmljer, also In pursuit of a new mile record. Today's Games \orlheast Arkansas League niyllicvillc at Ncw|-arl. I'nrngnuld at, Ciinilhersville Joncsljoro al rjatesville. Sonlhern l.raptic Chattanooga at Memphis (night game). , Nashville at ntrmtnghnm. Atlanta at' Ullle Rock. Knoxnllo at New Orleans. National I.cnpic St. Louis at Boston. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati al New York. American League Boston at St. Louis." New York at Chicane. Washington al Cleveland. Philadelphia nt Detroit. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DIS TRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. other afternoon. One, Outfielder Samuel Chapman, came directly from the campus of Die University of Cali ornia. The other. First Baseman Rid nrd Wnlflier Siebert, had boon shuffled about in .the minors for six seasons. The Yankees. Pirates, and Reds wanted Chapman, tlie Golden Bears' All-America tack. He chose the A's because they paid him S8500 for signing, which was sis much or more than either of Ihe olher outfits offered. He rcascmcd that the position of (he club would give him an opportunity to uluy, and liked the idea of performing under Connie Mack. Dick Siebert frankly says thai he owes Ins present position lo an appeal lo Commissioner Lnndis who continues to crack down on the farm systems, particularly tlie far-flung one of the St. Louij Cardinals. "I ivasn't looking for a free agency," says Siebert, who studied to be a minister at Coneontia. Seminary in St. Louis and completed his education at Minnesota. "All I wanted to know was where 1 stood.' vs. Blake clarence Bdl, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Clarence Belt, f; warned to appear in the Clinii- ery Court, for the Chickn.vuvbu District. Mississippi County, Ar- ransas, within Uiivly days and nswer the complain; of thoplaln- ilf, Flossie lie!!. Witness my hand, as clerk of aitl court, and Hie seal thereof in Ihis the 201)1 day of Mny !9'I8 IIAUVEY MOURIS." ' Clerk. tSe3l) 20-27-3-in Cunl. the .[ George E. T. Englishman Eyslon. 41- who measured mile land .iced record of 311.42 miles an iour; Ab Jenkins, Ulnh's veteran mliirniicc racer ami holder ol iiiiny world records; and John obi), of Kiifjhmd, who two years ii;o created several speed records inly lo .see them topped liy Kyslon r Jenkins, have slgnlllrd their In- 'tition of competing against time nil (he records nt'iiln Ihis year on he (lauding white expanse of salt '.20 miles west of here. Particularly keen this year will MS Hie competlllnn for the oiie- nile record. Jenkins, (lie "Ulah Meteor" and :iii(j of endurance race di'lvois, Is liiiltinc (lie finishing touches on Ills "1338 spc-elnl" In iirejianuion lor n new oii.slimn.hl on the onc- nile speed record. New Mnlor Tu l!« Used 'file "bit; car," as Jenkins calls it. will have a new motor and other Improvements designed to meet increasing sliced demands. He is more than optimistic the new machine will .slmlter the existing record. Entirely different from Jobs piloted by Jenkins in past years, the 1 car" will have both a front and rear wheel drive. The body will not be centered on the axle as in the past. Instead II will lie .shifted toward tlie left S!'. 0 ?' 10 wheels to dike mvay much of the "'""' pressure from the right, rear wheel which stands the large part of (he driving strain. The driver's scat will be completely encased un u large fin- rudder will be employed. Kystou's Car Improved Eyslon is reported to have made several improvements in tlie structure of his Thunderbolt, the 7!t- ton rncer in which he set, the mile record last Nov. IS. Also going after the mile record is jovial join) Cobb, who has built. a new .super-nicer In England for the attempt. Details of the cur's I'ouslruetluii mid expected performance have been guarded jeal- on.siy _ (.lie only statement given out about, it is that "on paper, H is the fastest ii'nlumobik' yd." Ey.slon, it Is reported, will go after the records held by Jenkins as well as the mile record. The slight Englishman will bring to the Sail, Hals, besides his Thunderbolt, his blunt-nosed distance car Speed of the Wind. He probably will try for Jenkins' records as soon as flic lints arc In condition. Following Kyslon's early trials, Jenkins will lake lo Hie snlt In altemDis lo betlur the records Jie already holds—or to regain record; which Kyslon may Isike from him Kj-os Kiiiiiinnui; Mark The mark Jenkins has his eye on, In particular, is the rj-honr endurance mark, held by Kyston by two noils- generate 3,K engines are placed behind the driver's sent, mid transmit power to the four rear wheels by separate (•hitches. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1938 Koewing Blanks Rebels As Caruthersville Wins Also scheduled lo make appearances on the salt flats are iTrlvc-rs of two stock cars who in August will [jo after all records up to 21- hour;: endurance'. The last week in August the American Automobile As.sfH.'iaiion will sponsor an aUcmpi to top records held by Jenkins, or Kyston. Timlin; of the races Is under the supervision of the American Automobile Association. Mechanical device;; -short wave radio, tlephonR, "electric eye" nml other modern equipment—are manned by AAA experts. When Ihe flals will be In condition for racing is unpredictable, officials say. C'ARUTHK/iSVILLK, Mo., May 20—Ik'lilml the slinlout pllchlm; ot: Wilson Koewlni; the Carulhersvllliv ''Hots turned lu » 6 lo 0 triumph I iver the I'nrngoiild llebcls here. ist night. I Kocwinr; held the fioljol.s to three i hils while the Pilots went on a bat-' Inif spree at Ihe expense of ,'liiirclill!. j Score by Innlnes: R. u. is. "aragonld ... UBO 000 000-0 I! 2' Citrmhcrsvllln 002 012 OOx—0 14 2 Churchill and Martin; ICocwlng! and Simmons. Oregon provided a market for 1 more than la.OGO trellis poles when she Increased her hop lands by y.GOO acres. NOTICE FOIl PUBLICATION United Slates Department of the I Interior, General Land Office at' Washington, D. c., April 28, 193H.! Notice Is hereby given that; Aaron Montgomery, of P.lytheville, 1 Arkansas, w'no, on December ao,| 19.17, made homestead entry ci. L. No. OCCIi'I, for E'.J. SW", , Sec' IS Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet Carathersi'iHc 12 7 11 7 Ulytlievllle 9 7 Batcsvllle r> g Jnneshnrn f t 9 Newport 4 13 .0:12 .011 ,5C:t .400 Southern League W. L. Pot Little Rock 20 10 Chattanooga 1512 Atlanta jg 15 Memphis 15 13 New Orleans 1C 18 nirmlngbnii) U 17 Nashville 13 17 Knnxville 10 19 .007 .550 .545 .5U6 .471 .•152 A'M National New York Pittsburgh . Boston Cincinnati . St. Louis .. Brooklyn Philadelphia 10 G 1C 12 13 12 12 11 13 14 12 13 11 18 0 1G American w. r,. WAIINING OltnCK IN TUP, CHANCERY COURT OP OHICKASAWHA D I S T R I CT MISSISSIl'I'l COUNTY ARKANSAS. Emma B. Morris, Plaintiff, vs. N'o. CCSO Bclvic C. Morris, Jr.. Defemlmil. Tlie defendant. Belvie C. Morris. Jr.. is warned to appear within thirly days In the court nninrd in the caption hereof and nnswr she complaint of (he plaiiuilf Emma B. Morris. Dated this 20 day of May, 19:13 HARVEY. MORRIS, Clerk. Frank C. Douglns. Ally, ad Ltteni. 21-28-1-11 Arouml and Arounfl Siebert scarcely could be blamcc' for being confused. He wasn't exactly certain as to just what oulfil he belonged the greater i»rt of the lime. He was another striking example ot how prospects are shut' tied around at and for the convenience of major -league arrays. Eddie Hcrr signed Siebert for the Yankees while he was n student at Concordia Seminary in 1932. He went to Dayton of llic Central League in June on a gentleman's agreement. ' A .3-18 batting average with the Ducks led to Slcbert's purchase by- Brooklyn that fall. Ho went south with the Dodgers In '33, but they had Joe Judge and a couple of bid- timers at first base, and Max Carey lacked the palience of Macx. So Selbert wound up with York of the New York-Pennsylvania- League. Siebert again was supposed to go lo Florida with the Platbush flock In 14, but Casey Stengel had succeeded Carey, and he didn't like t the way dashing Dick wore his THE DELUXE QAfiDEN STEAMER of th- Hiiuinttt MON. ^ S MAY MmJ THE EASTERN STAR V>'1l«n Chlpler 432 roritin/l)' inrilrx you to iti MOON LIGHT EXCURSION tv. Sin SoiKi Laodtro 9 00 Dm (O a >l<i* Hitl,,*-, jy, ,*{. Mrjvo'wfc) TlrVcl, 75,. Jnin ut far o jolly gonii limfl Fejfuriitg th* MISSISSIPPI SERENADERS itnkins will attempt lo top the Englishman's recoixl of covcrin» ,%4.2()77 miles in that time. Eyston ho|ies Ihe salt beds will >e smooth enough by mid-July 01 •iirly-August to permit him lo hurl he Tluiudcrbolt over Ihe measured nilc course in an clfort to raise the mirk above his lust year's 311.4L! nilcs nn hour. Observers believe that, given i»r- Iccl. condilions an<l Ix'st. possible Jcrfonnance, tlie Thnnderlwli is •apable of atlninhiB a speed of 400 nlles an liour. Kyslon, however is scollcd at the icica. fc.y.ston's Thunderbolt is poworei BOY NOW AND SAVE! U. S. Offers You Three Great Tires 1. TIIK ROYAL MA8TKK A Deluxe Premium Tire 2. TUB U. S. UOYAT, Ntore New Cars come equipped with this famous Tire than with any other kind. 3. A NKW U. S. TlttK 'Guard s(aiidard). Yon uin have lo sec this new tire to apjircciate the rugged construction, the beauty, the extra mileage . . . and UK- price Is so low you will ii> astonished. ALL THREE ARE BACKED BY THE NEW U. S. LIKE- TIME GUARANTEE Uitboul limit as to time or • mileagev Ask us about It. Tills is National Tire Safety Month . . . Special prices oil complete sets. Station Never Closes TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. ;icvcland _ Joston ic B •Jew York 15 g Washington 17 13 3hicaKo y n Detroit n 14 'niladclphia i 17 'L. Louis 7 is Pet .CG7 .MO .fi-10 ,507 .450 .410 .2112 .280 . , tion 31', Township 10 N., Range 10 5th P. Meridian, Ark., has 'filed loticc of Intention to make ihrcf] year Proof, lo establish claim to 1 .lie land above de.seribed, Iwfore Carrie Woodburn. County Clerk, it Blythcvllle, Arkansas, on the '.9th day of June, 1938. Claimant names a.s witnesses: Jesse Pranks, of Dlylhcvilte, Ar- ;ansas; Ed Crawford, of lilylhe- ville, Arkansas; Charlie Collier, of lllj'lhevllle. Arkansas; Hex Baker, of niythevilte, Arkansas. ANTOINETTE PRANK, Assistant Commissioner. 20-27-3-10-17 WAKMNtt OROEIJ IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP CHICKASAWBA 11 I STRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS. Harry Gerkln, Plaintiff, vs, No. G07B Cora Gerkln, Defendant. The defendant, Cora Cierkin, is Lea E" fi warned to appear within thirty W. L. Pet. days in Ihe court named m the Ion hereof and answer the .511 complaint of the plaintiff Harry .520 Gerkln. Dated this 20 day of May, 1933. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Elizabeth Blytlic, D, C. .371) Ncill Reed. Ally, ad litem. .21:1 Eil li. Cook At,ly. pile 'Seal) 20-27-3-10 THE AGi MAKES IT A FAVORITE-SO DOES THE PRICE — Yesterday's Results , Nnriheast Arkansas I.eagiu- Newport 4, niylhcvilie 3 (t-l inn- iigs). Jonesboro nl Hatesvllle, wet grounds. Caruthersville 5, Pararjould 0. Southern League New Orleans 17, Kno'xvillc 0. Challanooga o, Memphis B, Allnnta 4, Little Rock 0. Nashville 2, Birmingham 0. National League Chicago 1, New York 0 (10 Innings). Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 4. lirooklyn 8, St. Louis 4. Boston -I, Pittsburgh 3 ill inn- iiiffs). American League Clcvelnml is, Washington 3. Detroit 6, Philadelphia 2. Chicago 4, Boston o (7 inninr-s rain). New York at St. Louis, rain. •RONNWOOD \J BRAND J STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY This Whiskey Is «, PR0 0» 3 Years Old HIRSCH DISTILLING COMPANY KANSSS CITY, MISSOURI \mazin(/ Values In A Good 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe New Piu'nl & Scaf Covers. Mo(or A-I. 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