The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 23, 1938
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (AKKJ COURIER NEWS Blylheville Wins Game Sal. urclay Night.; Sunday Game Rained Out The Guidin g II a ml s By J. T. rill END Tlie BlythcvlllB Giants took a firmer grip on second place In the Northeast Arkansas Li-ague by <;<•• icatini; the Parueculd Hebcts, (1-3, here Saturday night In it game tbat required more llian three hours to finish. A burned-out to In the transformer dclnyed (lie came approximately an hour and a half. The game scheduled yesterday was postponed by ruin and will l;e played as a p.ut of a doubleheader on the next return trip of the Rebels. Harry Feldman ontpHchcd Cliff liclit-rson lo win his fourth game of the season without a defeat. Feldimn allowed six hits, one more thmi llie Rebel rhiuiker, but hurled shutout bull after the llivt and second wlii'i) tlin visitors scored their runs. lie fanned nine to take the league lead In strikeouts, and Rave up live bases f.n Seeking his fifth victory, Viob- erson was llie victim of his own wildness and bundled lilts in the (bird after the Ions' delay. Only six Giants had faced him in (be first two frames, but lie was not itble lo gel warm again until llie damage \vns done in the big scoring inning. Afterwards, he toiled on even terms with the local ace. Roberson handed out five of his six bases on baits during (lie period nnd all but one scored. Hunk Dvorak and Hobble. Woods drew free tickets and Mdman popped to first. Little Joe Maresco also strolled, .filling the bases. Sieve Trambnck banged one a miltva- ininute through the infield, scoring Dvorak and Woods nnd sending Maresco around to the hot corner. Frank Jackson also \vaf passed, again filling Ibc hassocks, "Uatller" Arnyon scored Maresco \\iih a, short single to left. Manager Herschell llobo, with the count three and two, struck out. Carl Lanek singled sharply down the third base fold line, Trinn- back and Jackson romping home. Dvorak drew bis second H'.tlk nf the inning, but Woods missed a fast third strike. The Giant infield accorded Fcld- mnn brilliant support, turning in TtiE. PILOT HOUSES IN $100,000 MATCH f?4CG AT BELMOHT PAl^K, mV 30 RODE TrtENTl &KAND, KEAb AND MMy OlileK STAKE SeA&scuiT SMPT POLLARD TflEfLL f?/D£6 OF SINCE Tti£ Mt=E-riN& OF AMD IN ME MOW A Wt 15 Chinaman Bids For Mat Win Chlnij Lee, ihe ncllicercnt Chi- nc::e. will lest crips v:ilh Nuji'eb Habban. the duruble lilllc Kurdish wrc'sller, in one of liie bouts on tonight's card at the American [.(.'elan arena. It will mark the first meeting of the two in the lociil riiiji and jud(',inf; from performances of llie two here in the. past there will be action uulore before the winner is declared. Another match will feature a bailie Ik'lween Lou Chancy, the veteran incanic, and ilij; Jim Parker, CarutlKtrsvillf, Mo., athlete. MONDAY, MAY 23, He Worked Yesterday ( LADIES AND W£ START Tt-ltS CALL YoU% - -Ib SECJIOH GENIAL CODE Of ~ffi& t /Tl5 PUNISHABLE By P/ME OR 10 DAys' IMPRISONMENT To BREAK BOTTLES IN A PUBLIC New Oiili'icldcr Replaces Lune SEA&ISCUIT Xfen* -©-<$>' three double plavs. cd another when I->ldinan miss- he threw loo quickly lo second. The second base combination, Dvorak and Woods, handled seventeen chances without; an error and figured in the tw|n kiliinus. Dvorak turned in one- of the most sensational play.s ever witnessed at Walker Park v>hen he came up with Cy Block's tremendous smash near the middle bag in the ninth and threw out the loop's leading bitter by a step. An unusual feature was the fact that the Giant outfield rtld not have a fielding chance. Dvorak did not have an official time at bat, walking thrice and .sacrificing. The game: First Inning Rebels—Alexander united. Walker singled to right, Alexander going to third. Alexander scored Fowler hit into a fast double play. Dvorak to Woods lo Cobo. McRaney whiffed. One run, one hit. Giants—Maresco popped to the Jackson: Aragon swung out. Itobo lifted lo Alexander. .Sivlli liming Rebels—Fowler popped lo Woods. Mcltancy missed n curve ball for the third strike. Ulock singled to renter. Fcldnmn attempted to oilch lilock oil first but hl.s cpiick throw got by Hobo, the runner advancing a base. Glunip struck out. GliUils—Uinck was safe, when Walker missed Glamp's throw. Dvorak sacrificed. Woods singled to right, scoring fjinek. Feldman forced Woods, Scldieclier lo Hlock. Mnroscn skied to sliorl. Olio run, one bit. Sevenlh Inning Hcbels—{-chlicchcT walked. Martin forced him. Dvorak to Woods. Itoberson hit Into his second dou- ntinlu being ble play, 'the . . \Vonds i to 'Dvorak to Holm. <P>. A ?.S» • 33s ri-jr ^->j Nnrlbeasl Arkansas League W. I,. Pet. Cimithcrsvlllc 1 Blyllicvllle I'liragonld Jonesboro Unlesvillc . Newport .. -1 5 .T.YI 0 7 .588 1 IT .510 a !l .50(1 C 11 .'.(M •I M .222 Southern league W. I,. I.illte nock '22 l-l Memphis 19 H Atlanta 20 17 G'linltniiaogn 18 16 Nashville n IB New Orleans Ill 21) llinninghfiin Knosvllle 1-1 21 12 'JO Pet. .011 .51(i .5-11 .520 .480 .47-1 .-1M .'.i7S Giants—Block back's fly and dropped Tram- Hien tlirew badly lo first for two errors. Jack sou went down swinging. Aragon nnd Tlobo drove out to McKaney. Kiglitli Inning: Rebels—Alexander fanned. Wnlk- or popped lo Bobo. Powler singled lo right. McEaney fanned for the (bird time. One hit. Cliant.s—Lanek was called out™ strikes. Dvorak walked for tlic third time. Woods' pop lly fell out of the reach of Block and Powlei;. Feldn:an lined to lilock and Dvorak was doubled at second. One hit. Ninth Tuning Rebels—Dvorak made a Rreat play lo retire niock. Cilnmp fanned. Kcbleicher worked Feldman for anather pass but Martin struck onl. ending Ihe game. Tlie box score: PARAOOUUJ Alexander, cf pitcher. Trambnck lined to Me- Alexander, cf 3 Raney in left. Glamp llirew out Walker, Ib 4 Jackson. | Fowler, rf 4 Second Inning Mcfinney, If 4 AI3 R II O A Block singled past Woods. Gin nip Balked. Sehliecher-moved up both T.iih a roller to Feldman. H was jiot a sacrifice. Martin singled lo center, scoring Ulock and Glamp. Woods took Rebel-son's bouncer anri turned it into a double play. Dvorak and Bobo assLsting. Tft'u runs. U'o hits. Elytheville—Aragon was awarded firs! on Martin's interference Hobo popped (o short. Lanek hit into a double play, Roberson lo BlncJt to Walker. Third Innlup Rebel. 1 ;—Alexander rolled to Bobo. Walker fanned. Dvorak tossed out Fowler. Giant-i—After the long wait Dvorak and Woods walked. I-'eld- man popiied out to Walker. Ma- rcsco walked. Tramback singled to center, scoring two. Jackson walked. Aragon singled to left, sending in Maresco. Bobo struck out. Lanek singled in two more with a smack down third base. Mnti- nKer Schlcicher contended the bail was foul but his plea landed on deaf ears. Dvorak walked. Woods Block. 'Jb Glamp, lib 3 Schleieher, ss ...... 1 Martin, c. -1 Roberson, 11 3 C 0 0 0 •1 0 a 2 0 I ;< } K i Totals 30 3 G 24 7 BLYTHEVILLE AH H II O A Mareseo, Sh 3 ] o I 0 Trambark, if 4 1 1 00 Nallnnal New York Chicago II .71 ::i .Gfit w. L. ivt 20 18 noston M 11 .SCI Cincinnati l(i U Pittsburgh M 14 St. Louts 12 15 Brooklyn 12 20 Philadelphia 7 If! ,28C American League W. L. Cleveland 20 10 New York in 10 Bast on 17 11 Washington 18 IS Deli-oil 13 15 Chicago 10 12 Philadelphia 0 18 St. Louis II 20 Pet .CG .Bli .co 1 .54. .40 .455 .3M .280 Yesterday's Results Nnrlbpast ArU:ms:iH League Cnruthcrsvlllc 17, lialesville 10. I'aragDiild at Blytbeville, rain. Jonesboro al Newport, rain. Manager Ilecsehell Bobo added two and subtracted two from the Giant raster yesterday, shortstop 1'elcr Puvicli. (jinked last year on the Northeast Arkansas IM^UC All-Star team, and Norberl Baik- 11, inlielder, have been sent here from Fort Smith in answer to Bolxi's S. O. S. call. 1'avich is ex- piTtt'tl to 1^0 to second base and Barker lo left field. Curl Ijinc-k. outfielder, signed recently after being turned loose in Newport's]e,'miii£, ivas iiiveii his recase. Lewis Mcyruii, Ihe six foot-four right-hand hnrl- er. 1ms been returned lo Fort Smith, lie likely will be placed somewhere by the Giant officials. Herman C. "Hank" DcBerry, minor league manager of the New York Giants, parent club, accompanied I'avich and Harkcr from •'oil Smith and will remain here for a few days before (;(>»>!; on n Trains Caler l» Camera Fans KAN FRANCISCO <UJ>) _ Tho latest lie luxe equipment to a<tded lo train. 1 ; in the scenic: is dark rooms for the benefit 'tit cunieru i-nlluisiusls. BUY NOW MD SAVE! 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Little liock U-:>. trip for chanipioiK. the National Elephant Slaughter Deplored LONDON iUP)— Elephants and hippopotami are bein^ r slaughtered at such i< rule in Africn that they :ne in danger of becoming extinct, Dr. A. II. Khman, of London University Aninuil Welfare Society, believes. About 36,000 elephants and between 1.000 and 2.000 hippopotami are boin({ killed every year, he said. Hurling the Boomerang New Australian Sport SYDNEY I UP) — throwing is raiiidly beeomin*; oiu- of Hit' lending sports of Australia as a result of the advice of Dr. Ifan-ey Button, director (if the .School of Public Health and Trsp- iral medicine. He insists it is one of Ihe ideal sports, and present. 1 : tin? advanlayc over yolf and several other retrieving .•sports in that tin: boomerang comes buck to the lltrowcr instead of the thrown- boing obliged to <jo after it. WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK Air Fleet Sows Hicc WILLOWS. C'al. (Ul>) — Seven ntrplnncs participated simultaneously in n rice-sowing demonstration here. EY vs. BIG JIM PARKER \ lit. vs. NAJEEB KABBAH American Legion Arena, North Second St. National l-cag^e New York 18, Pittt.sbnrgh 2. Cincinnati 8. Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia '2, St. Louis 1. Boslou 2, Chicago l, eleven innliip,:; Amrriraii Leae'ie Chicago U, Washington 2. Detroit 4, Boston 3. Cleveland H, New York 3. Philadelphia H, St. Louis 5. 10 innings. Younff HiU'karmi.s- Trained RENO, NVv. i UP)—Young buck- ai-oos are tbicker at Reno for the moment than divorce clients. More than 185 children are in training for a film that is to be turned out here entitled "Kid Buckaroos." They range from 4 In 13 and tesl.s are still belli;; taken of aiUitional prospect,-;. Today's Games Northeast Arkansas League. Open date. Southern League. Cliat.lnnooga al Memphis. Nashville at Birminaham. National League Host on at St. Louis. I'ittsburuh at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at New York. American League Boston at St. Louis. Chicago at Neu 1 York. Washington ut Cleveland. Philadelphia »l Detroit. Medical Kils l.cmlcil SAUNAS. Cal. iljl'l—Six physicians were robbed of their medical kits lieie within one week, presumably by someone looking for narcotics. Jackson, ef 3 Aragon, c 3 Bobo. Ib 4 Lane!;, tf 4 D'Vorak. ss 0 1000 Q 1 10 I 0 0 10 0 i 1100 1021 Woods, 2b 3 1 2 •) 4 Fold man, p 4 0 0 0 2 Totals 28 0 5 27 14 Paragould 120 000 000-3 Blytbeville 005 001 OOx—C Summary: Errors—Walker. Block 2, Glamp! Bobo. Feldmati 2. Runs balled in—Fowler. Martin 2. Lanek 2, Aragon, Tramback 2. Woods, Sacrifice lit Is — IVVorak. Double, plays—D'Vorak lo Woods to Bobo; Woods lo D'Vorak to Bobo 2; Kob- erson to Block to Walker; Block lo Schleichcr. Left on bases—Para- struck out. Five ilms. three hits. JBOuld 5. Blytheville C. Wining piteli- Fourth innins I cr-Feldnian. Losing pltchcr-Hob- Rcbols— McRancy was out. Feldman to Bobo. Fekluran missed Block's bounce!' to the mound. Glamp hit to Feldman and the pitcher threw hastily to second nnd all were safe. On an attempted double steal lilock was nipped at third, Sclilieclier walk- erson. Base on tolls—OH FeWman 5. oft Roberson 6. Struck out—By Feldman 9. by Kolierson C. Umpires —Connelly and Yowe!!. Time—3:35. I'oppics Illoom Arlifici.illy PASADENA, Cal. (UP)—The < , . before the Golden Fiesta celi lion, at which a blazing red i»pp> back beat out n bunt down the third base line but \vns called out for running inside the line. Fifth Inning Rebels—Roberson fanned. Alexander rolled out to second. Woods cnmpcd under Walker's high fly. Giants — Roberson threw out a-b!oom with them. Junior lilgl school students bad prepared to Ihe cmerency by getting a suppl of paper poppies and tnstcnlni them on the poppy plants din-in the night. Read Co:nler News Want «'b. Prices Compare these cars it prices lierore you buy- 1934 Master Chevrolet Coach Color, Black, Red Wheels. 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