The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 25, 1939
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MONDAY, SKI'TKJIKUR 25, 1039 Chick-Zebra Contest Will Be Feature Of Arkansas Grid Card Hy J. I>. All eyes in lhe state will be focused on Halev J-'ield 1'i-iday night when tlie Blytheville Chickasaws mid IMiw Bluff Zelmis clash in their alL-imuortant Arkansas High School Conlerencc game which will feature (he third week or aciion in |hc Rig 15. With the usual two-week tune- * —. . tips out, of Ihe way 12 of the 15 loop members get right into the serious business of determining a champion. Heading the list is :he Blythevillc-Pine Blu/r aiiair whicii will mark the fourth meeting be- Iwccn the two schools and the first visit of the Zebras to the Chick bailiwick. Last year the Ze- brns staged a stirring G6-ynrd surge in the closing minutes ot a torrid struggle lo push over a touchdown and on (lie Ihird try for the extra (joint to.ssed a pass for conversion to win 7-6. TITO other futile attempts were nullified because of offsides. Early In tlie first quarter Captain Russell Mosley slipped o!f tackle and raced SO yards for the Blylheville score. Holh, High Scorers They lied 'for high scorlii" honors last week, scoriii" while holding their _,,,„ „ ycorelcss. The Chicks made their 51 points opponents BLYTKBV1LLB, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Teanis Will Open Fateful Series Tomorrow; Yanks Await World Series By GUOIKIK KIRK8BY Ulllteit I'jcss SUIT Cormiio NEW YOHK. S0]>t. Z5. Hot Springs 13, Calholic High (L. R.I 0. Jonesboro 34, Becbe 0. u>.iv»mn, wi'uiicsdn Ft. Smith 38, Henveiirr (Okla.; 0. be between (lie New Camden 39, Nnshville G and the Cincinnati nussi-llville 39, Gordon 7. I-oiils CardimOs. No^cr^'at'lorni'l Scries, Wcclnestiiiv jf . nl Yankee -1 will Clnrksvllle 20, Morrilton C. Forrest City 27. West Helena 0. the "pennant. Whether the . League team has n clianec to win Peppy Cheer Leader Yanks' opponent '? the Reds or Cardinals will llio victory. Joe DUfftuslo'i 30t homer (te<l the score In llio nlnll anrt Unhlgrcn's clotiblo clixvc In tl winning tnlly. The Ynnlis pulled ivlplt; piny In the sevcnlli, Oali gien lo Crasetll (o Dalilgren. Tlie Red Sox slugged ouf n 0- «'ln over the Athletics, with Cramc Williams, ami DOCIT gelUiiE tlirc hits each. The White Sox regained llilr mcc fi-cm Cleveland by taking ixilr from Die liroivn.i, n-9 nn 4-3 (called nnii. diirkiiess). Cllu Brown's ofllh relief appearance I (he opener tied « major leagu record .set, by Garland n'mxton o Washington lu 1027. . !Mi\-|t clipped Clevelnml twice 2-1 and tl-1 icnll«l fifth, dtu'kucss) Homers by Grccnbei-g- (No. 23) ail' York (No. 18) enabled Bridges t iviu his 17tU game in the bponci Ycslci'day's hero—Paul Derringer Cliuiiinntl nee, who scored 111 24th vlttcr.v and hi., ninth iij n rov by limit Inn the i'lrntcs to scvci liit.s in n 11-2 liiuiii|ili. first fntGrsectioual football game a huge success by smothering a ^. fk well coached, and Courageous band o',., of Pirates from Fleming, Kentucky.) The McGehee Owls, who have helped usher in the season with the Zebras for years, fell as expected and customary. Second in importance is the Rtis- scllvllle-North Little nock get-together at Russeltville. Prc-season dope has nominated Coach Bob DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (OP) — Two men, close friends since they -. _ — —......n^^.»i v\j«v.n i-njir botn cjinic licrc to rcslrip f ivr* vciix- Cowan's North Little Rock Wild-1 ago, were discussing military sc,-05 m\X OC tli/i in am fn \,c.nt K^rn.I _i .... -. , . . . => •*'•<*"".) OHI-UI& Dislocated Shoulder i „.... !c "dcis opening with a double STAHKVILL13, Miss., Sept. 25 header at Cincinnati (umorrcw. slashed on to their . - - - -Jl't victory yesterday by knocking off (h e iMnilcs Ilxi Aided by a dozen bases on bulls Iran Big- John dec, Scvvcll, Clcm- cnscn, iinrt HoUitelmnn, Cincinnali made almost Iwke as many runs as hits. Three lied runs were forced "i by walks. Ernie Lombardi's double mill the bases loaded drove in three runs in tlie third m which the Reds made six tallies. Exploding a )6-hil bombardment the Cardinals kept their distance I 3',i games back of (lie Reds with n (UPJ-Campiis hero today of 'MIS- ! .„„ , (lm s , sisslppi state's 45 to 0 football vie- .seventh slrnfuhl lory over Howard College is Hilly ' Mills, cliecr leader. During the second quarter of the game Saturday, Mitts dislocated 11 shoulder in going through acro- Jalies. Ho walked over to training quarters where Doc Wcndler patch ed htm no. A few minutes later Mitts was on the sidelines whooping for Football Teammates Meet as cats as the team to beat, based on tlieir line showing last year and n great holdover squad headed by D;ile Duckworth, fleet halfback. In their first start last, week, however, the Wildcat claws were not so .sharp and they were forced (o come from behind to beat down a stubborn Malvcrn Leopard, 136. The Cyclones, despite the loss of 15 letterinen, rated and may cause many anxious moments ere December- 2 roils around. They beat little Ozarks, 51-7, in the first game and last week bai- tered Ciurdon, 30-7. Down at Hope, where Poy Hammons is said to have come up with his best Bobcat eleven there is great enthusiasm and envisions a stale championship. Just ho«- Johnny Mize liil single, •• —~ v 1 "" ,i .^IDUIU, triple, and homer to lead the St Louis assault. Brooklyn's amazing Dodgers surged into third- place, replacing the at the Municipal airport. ' " Cubs, by sweepins a twli, l,iu"from Di. Eduard L. Thompson was the Phillies. 3-1 and 6-1 J-it^bi - hM ?r h L CX ^!?":,° S ,^ a r«- ™» «"" Hulchlnso,, C ombi,,«l to her or the football team at ihe military academy he attended m 1910. The experiences sounded familiar to 1 Julius Gresham It developed that tath men had played on the same footlmll team at Homer Military academy at Charlotte. N. C., in 1918, but had failed to recognize each other when they met here five years ngo. Great-Granddaughter pilch a six-Ulttcr In the „,*..,„.,while Bill Crouch did It nil alone In the nightcap. The Gimils split with the Bees, winning (he first same. 5-1, as Harry Gumbert hung up victory No 1C and losing the nightcap, 5-3 the game being called nt the end of the fifth because of darkness. The Yankees staged a two run rally in the ninth to nose out Washington, 3-2. Lefty G:mc-i had j lo retire in the seventh with an after Friday afternoon's session the oil metropolis. Comparative with the El Dorado Wildcats at scores r,-,dicate n close battle :is both trimmed Haynesville, La., by a single 'touchdown margin. -The cats' (Wild) 'ifeat Crossett under wraps in their opener, while -'the cats (Bob) ran harem sea rum over Smackover, 50-0, last Friday. Coach Berry's protege.'; are traditionally lough at home and Hope hart better be careful. Hurricane Under Way Coming along slowly but gaining momentum Jonesboro's Golden Hurricane gets an acid lest this week-end against Hot Springs. While not considered a potential title contender. Coach "Red" Swaim's boys from the Spa should tarnish some stiff competition. They have beaten Tcxarkana, 21-11, and Little Rock Catholic High, 130. The Hurricane, stripped of most of the J938 stars but lacking in iiBiie of their fighting qualities, showed tremendous power possibilities in blasting Bebee. 34-0, after struggling f or a 20-6 decision in the opener. The oilier conference clash brings together the weaker members. Coach Jimmy Ahlf's scrappers from Benlon and the once powerful Fordyce Redbu°s. Believed lo be hanging on the ropes •and virtually out because of the withdrawal of ihe three senior members of Ihe squad. Benton rose' to great heights against Little i Hock week, holding them to: a respectable 28-6. J. p. Mcorc. a fancy kicker and plunger, made the Tiger eyes pap out by stealm" the show from under the champions' noses. Beaten hvici!, the Rcdbugs arc expected lo go clown lor the third time. The annual meeting of Little j Rock ami fij-rd High of Shrcv.j- |;crt, La., sparks the non-conference games. Tlie Van Sickle Swingers mny be pushed by thr, Pelican staters as their ball club is composed of a bunch of sopii:; and junior.;. Thoroughbreds May Early Forrest City's Thoroughbred:; take on their third non-lcop fee. Morrilton Thursday night! and the whole F. C. kabcotle is -jx-' peeled to be gracing the stands of Haley FiDJrl to see the Chicta and Zebras in deadlock. The Camdcii-Prcscctt clash sho'ild furnish some idea of (he! comparative strength of the Tribe i and Sain Ccleman's Panthers who' arc said lo be on the up-grade. Blythcville trounced the Curly Wolves lo pry oil the lid :n Ihe current campaign. Over in thr; northwest corner! lhe Ft. Smith Grizzlies go out ofj the state to do battle with Okmulgee. Okla. Ben Mayo's pro- teges attracted attention with a 38-0 score against Heavemr, ok!a. Clarksvllle sharpens Its claws for a heavy late season schedule against weak Conway which hasn't won a big game in years. Last week's results: Blythcville 51, Fleming (Ky.) 0. Pine Blurt 51, McGehee 0, Little Rock 28, Uenlon 6. Hope 50. Smackover 0. El Dorado H. Hiiyncivlllf (La.f Kcrth Little Rock 13, Matveru 6. At D , »* ,- r, i m "' c m llie seventh with an Uf DOUnty Mutineer Dead allm S ste and Spud Chandler, who SYDNEY. N. S. W. (UP)-A great-granddaughter of one of the Bcuitty mutineers, Mrs. Mary Ann Quintal, died here at the age ot 13 Born on Norfolk Island, a few years after the descendants or tlie mutineers were, removed to that island from Pitcnirii Island, Mrs Quintal came' to ' Sydney 30 year ago. Her great-grandfather was the mutineer Matthew Quintal. husband was a grandson of - thew. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. L. Parkinson. Read Courier News Want Ads. replaced him, was Sinkey Is Opponent Of Feroni Charles Sinkey. colorful Iieavy- wetehl. takes on "Jumping Joa 1 Fcronl. fiery Italian, hi the (cntnrc match nl the Legion arena tonight-. Elnkey, -who has a large following among Iccn) fans In spite of the fact (hat he employs all sorts of illegal tactics, will rule the favorite against. Pcroul, although the fierce Italian is by no menus a set-ill) and will probably extend lhe giant Missl-ssippian to the limit. In a supporting cast me Tiger Long and Tony Marcno, \viio'will perform In tlic preliminary. Lonij is claimant of the southern llghl- heavywcleht championship. The fisher attacks deer by lying in wait alons their pallia, nix" springing on Ihcni frcm an overhanging rock. By hanging 'lo 1 the animal's neck, and sevurinif Hie jugular vein, the fisher cnn i'ldc lhe victim until It falls. PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. First Phone 141 >«, Charles Sinkey 5 the'-,. - ' »£?Tiger Long vs. Joe Feroni vs. Tony Mareno AMERICAN LKG10N ARENA, MONDAY 8 P.M. Today's Sport Parade »)' HliN'KV NEW YORK, Sept. 25. (UP) — if mul when the time comes for Hie Cincinnati Heds to volo on how lo divide the World Scries money, Ivusl Hint Ihcy will mnember 'lr obligation to Jimmy Wilson whose mime Ls hoard very seldom c dnys since he riull managing Phils and began coachlnu tlw 'vcn If Jimmy was voted n double « triple share, It .sllll would not xwipcnsnlo for his conlrltaillon to he aetls' iienimiit chances. Ifo Is lie biuscbtill nrtlsnu who fashhmcd -he most imporlHiit single, part of he Hods' diamond machine. II vns he, who, back In 1031, took a hfii rather uninspired player off Ulnl base, slui'k n bnscbiill' In his mud, IIIKI said, "Son, from now "i you're n pitcher." And, he made l-o third-baseman pitch, and pitch iid pitch unlll he became a pllcher. Tills baseball guinea pig tvho mvlvcd the experiment h now "li'liini; lor cliioliinnll and Jils mine Is liiicky \Vnlters. This amn/;- "K young man Is the chief reason lie lU'ds are 3!i games In front ot ho p;icic niul apimienlly headed 'r the pennant ami the World cries with (he Yankees, Ills sinker all has won 21 of the 93 games hut lhe licds hiu'e In || IO win oliimii. mid hi., ,-ccord would bo v«] better limn (Ills lum he not ecu culled in so often for relief, ot since Dlnjiy Dean won 30 gnmcs or the cards iu 1934 1ms any pilch-' r luul such n murk In the National cague. And Wallers' victories arc tlie kind Hint comiU-Raaliist the top loiuns. H'B amnalng ho\v utllo you iienr of Ihls shy ex-llih-d bnsemim Of Ihc WilltKlcl))l)ia Humes. Jiomeiil- ber uhcii l>e!in wns winning oil lib gnmcs? Kitdlo stations hud to change tliclr wwo Iciiglhs lo get iwny from Demi's static. He wns good, he knew it, and he wanted everybody else lo know It. Wallers doesn't even like fo talk, about his Ditching', He likes to spin yarns about (in. "good ol' days" when lie was playing u p 0or u,)^ base for the poor Phillies. Ills nm- bltlcn Is to stop pitching nml iset buck on Ihlnl bnso. A coasclentloiis woikmiuillkc MISS he seems to fcei Uml he- has pllviilng- fairly well licked, and would Ilku to return to the litlicld nud muster it. With Jimmy Wilson's experiment with Wallers having proved 50 sue- ccssful, I am ruther worried fo the fultire of bnscbnll as we knov It loiluy, I run sec ambitious imm- anew at Inilnlng camps next yem Bicclliie cnch liicomlug thdxl base man with something lltui this: "Get any ldci\ ot plny'lng llilr( base cut of your head, buddy. Qe out there and pilch, if nuuky Walters could do It you can." This win eventually ncccssltitlc llio ellmlinitloti of third tm sc [rom lhe Rimic bcciuise there won't l> anybody lo piny It. As 1 He licrr In my opium den, vIsimllaliiK Hu gnmo of lomorrow, I seu lluil Die players mo going lo linve lo rui: direclly frcm second base lo ho«« plutc. This will nccessltnlc theti riiiiiiliig through the pitcher's box where the pllclicr will be ullowci lo Ing (hem If he cun. because he will alwiiys be 1111 ex-lhhd bnsciimn and still have lhe powers of Ilia position. Kent! Cciirlcr News want nils. DON'T FAIL TO SEE -- THE NEW - Farmall Tractor AT TIIJC JILSSISSIPIM COUNTY FAIR .—mSI'l.AYKI) HY— DELTA IMPLEMENTS,iNc. i'HONi; <S()2 THE WHOLE FAMILY 1 fel-s Features of ihe New "H" and »M" Farmalls ' Comloil—Jilling or iloncfing. . •-,-. ) able sponge-rubber uplioUiered seal. N Clear vision—smooth, sheoilined ds- ') sign enoblcs you to see your work. \Fivc-spoed Iransmislion. Four field 'speeds, plus o 16-mile toad speed (on rubber). Variable governor—you ton control driving speedi wilhin "inches per hour." -, Patented aulomalic slee.-ing-wheel cu!•;?>' livator gang slrilf. Clean cros) culhva- lion ol 4 or 5 miles on hour. ,-, Finger-lip avSo-stecring. Brakes can be (IV operated sopatafely for making shorl or pivot turns—or al a «nil on lhe road. ,-*. More lhan 30 higS-giade ball and (Z) roller bearing!. 19 rawhide spiing- loadcd d'jsl and oil seals. /-, Can be equipped wllh "Lifl-AH," v§- : .vhich lifi» and lowers machines, or front or rear scclionf, on cilhsr side. ^ Adiusloble wheel Head—(ol all low\3> crop requiremenls, /-% Most complete lino of qgiclcalloch. ^l^ able machines. Kciser Trims Lutes, 10-2 and Huffman Trounces Recce, 7-4 In a game played yesterday at Lutes Pink on Highway 01 south of Blylhcvllle, Humiinn In the U Uli'lslon won (he county championship from HOMO by a scow of 7 to 4. Ocoi'gc Jones of Huffman Hitched .steady hall all tlio way and after Ills leiim males gnvo htm a liriT-nin lend In lh e third inning lio was never headed, allowing »« lilts ami KtiiklUB out- elghl bailers. The culcher for llnllman was m'i! HugliM. naileries for ncecc V. Stewart,, Wilson mid UfirWii, The Kelsw-LWM (iiimo wns won by Kciser by n score of 10 to 2 with Wcldon pitching seven hll n« - lecllng is hits good for 10 rui* off of Dud Lutes. Trie big - jmi for Kciser WB£ Ray Mann who }>it two doubles and a. triple In four WPS to, the plate. Lufcj wored weir t«- 0 runs In the eight inning wien with two men cnUwo out MI? ( , I ^ cr lll ° 1( !ague\ leading Hitter singled past nrst base driving In two mns. Batteries J& Kelser, Weldoii and Plttinan. For Lutes, Bud Lutes (o Phillips, frriaht and Tnft. umpires Hershall t Bobo nlid VVliitley, _ This win for Kelser leaics the plnyolt between them and Lutes all even and the winner of neKt Sundays ganio will be declared the, immlotir chamjiion of Mlsslssinnl county. ' Read Courier News want ads. TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5Ut & Wiiliuit I'honc 8ID fcs- Three Bears for Work! onc a go-gcttcr in every inch and ounce. 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