The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1931 · Page 7
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AUK KKint Lqads Nals in Race Lending Gis Hounds Face : Tough Games But Suvc 01 Tic. with Win Toniglil With but two nlshts of ploy It-ft in 'the first half lace of the City cage league, (lie lending Ons Houriis must overcome some formidable opposition If ilioy finish the first half 0:1 top. The Hounds hove an imdUrmt?;' • grip en first place at this Cm? tv four teams arc sharing secoirj PJ- flllon a step bolifml (he Ic.vJsrs. L; if.the Hounds fnllc-r they tmy ?: down in the rush. Should His O:i • Hounds v.in tonUht, ho\vover. they •will be sure of al least a lie for liv ' first half till;, in wMch cvtnt < play-off will IK nccessavy. Militia, Hublnrd Have Ch:i:ir.> • The Gas Hounds will play th • Frkco quintet In llu> first 6(1:111.' :•• the Armory tonight. Nest Thu.-. .. day In the final games of (hi fir-' half.they will battle Iti3 Dixie Fll- . era. Company M's soldier boy? Mir ' hove a fnlr dunce to cop the race despite tlielv defeat by the Or Hounds Inst week. The mjllti.i i>h: thi Apes tonight, and the Hi-.Ia:), erg next week. The two teams v.i!' also furnish opposition for tlr • Hqbbard five In the flml games, r- . it ^appears that fortune ol th: • : schedule favors Hnbbard antl Cmn- ".. pahy M to pull up even will; lir Gas Hountis If the lenders falter and pass them If the Hounds b.sr ' . twice. • The first game tonight will s'.ari at?7:15 o'clock. Gamrs Tonight Frisco vs. Qas Hounds. Company M. vs. Apes. Hubbard vs. Hl-Jackers. Dixie Fliers vs. Merchants. Games Next Tliurs-Jny Prl>co vs. Merchants. Dixie Pliers vs. Gas Heumls. .Company M. vs. Hl-Jnckrc. Hubtard vs. Apes. (AKK.) COIJUIKII NKIVS Standings Gas Hounds .... Company M Hubbard 3 ' Frisco 3 Dixie Fliers 3 Ht-Jackcrs 2 .Apes 1 Merchant. 1 : 1 W. L. 4 1 rc! .800 .003 .GOC .GO 1 .GO: .401 .20' .200 Walter Johnson Believes Senators Will Be RigHt in Fight for Pennant. isv \VAi/n:ii JOHNSON Manager Wuslilitgl'm Scnatois (Copyright. 1931, NEA Service, Inc.) The WitMihiKtun baseball team I 1 , the best balanced club In the lea^u/ I believe, anil all w need Is one "ttnmlmit" pitcher lo |jul us over tills year. I mil enthusiastic over Uu pros- peels for Washington's .MICUCSS 'In 1931, and anxious to get started a-' I believe we will be right tip tlierc all through the campaign. Three or four nt our pitchers are 1 due for belter y3ars, and if one of these boys has a great year I don't tlil'.:l: the club will be sloped. With thi- ether pitchers winning 15 or !I:UL<! giimes each, as they did last '. we will be right In Ihe pcn- t njhl. Hadley, Llska, Burke and Brown —!rl alone some other youngsters— iire mighty promising. Crowdor pitched line ball after lit mine over he:c and I believe with a fresh suit he will tt a great pikiier lor us. Jones can beat the bebt teams In il:e lei^uo when we need a win. , ! am going to try and have Mar. liL-rry K'.idy this sprliig. and \vlln ' the channc in tiie baseball I b?lievc he '.'.ill v.on more games this year ! than ever before. I think our pli'. 1 !;; hi;; >talf ah a whi.'it is S'-iwrlor to any other In til* majors.' • I.lflin, i\."oiO •.•arncd-rini average x.is te'.lered only by L«fiy Grove ; in 1WJ. shunld go even better U;-« !.<ea.scn. f l-.ope for Hadley to b!ro- ••Mn mi* Into ihe really great pitcher ne is capable of b»lng. i;!iar!ss 1'isthtr, our new specdbal- ' ler, may .see much service in re• li'-'F roles, though to judge froi'i V.\i \y-: (cij'iiiar.fps last, year our team TiiursDAV, Fi-rmnjA;Yii), won't need relief pitching as muc.i ami I nin hoping tho beys will r< as the other clubs. I peal. ' . i L:ist year we newled help l:i t Bob Burke's left-hand sliosU oulfleld nt. times. With Harry Iti, proved as elfectlve as IISIM! la:t[an<l Harris here thh y«ir w» w' year against, certain cl;ifcs. Cop^ial-1 have plenty of prowcllon. Mj n u= ly the White So:! and Hod Box, anr.! is still a real Mi; player anj Sai will be witii us again. Lloyd Brown ! Rice will stay in there and hit f- lust a lot of hard-i'.ich games In' several years to come. I think Sair 1030 and may turn out to be an? • ! West Is a real -tar and he will com the top-ranking left-handers this; fast ihls year. Han-Is, though Sfa£(ln - | rookie, stowed himself to be a rea 1 have heard some say that our hitter in the latter part of las batting, which gained 25 points last 'year's lace, season,' was a flaili in the pan. i : . i hated'to sec Muddv Huel g: don t think so. Our veterans. Rlc; I He fs a high-class man and 1 work and Judge, merely hit their nor-;ed some of my best years with hi: mal gait. Bleugc and Myer were be- | and will miss him ;n there behim lew par. a:ir.riHop Joe Cronln earns : the bat. Roy Spencer will do on with a rush but I think Jce <• ! of Ihe catching, with Cliff B up (here to s:ay. He is still a boy and !:KS tin- r.eslre to l» b2tter. ng, with Cliff Dolton who baited .377 in Chattanooga las' year, and Pinky Kar^rave to assls- Myer playe<l gocd bull at second | him. Spencer's throwing arm Is on> last year but I am Mix-cling more, of the best in the league, from him next season. Judge had ;, We are going lo do our best to a fine year and Is still a gcxxi fivsi: bring a pennant to Washington in baseman. If he needs help we have i 1931 and I think we have a great Joe Kuhel who looks vsry good lo | chance to win. me and I believe he Is due for a [ long and brillianl career in the big • It is estimated that more than league. All in all, our Infleld of i tW.COG.CM are lost every year in Judge, My;r. Crcnin and Bleuge the United States because of poor performed in greal shape last year, 1 quality milk and cream. to Play a land-colonization jilan '"..of tte Finnish government, the area devoted to agriculture in• creases every year. The Blythhvlllp hlc.li hoys and Sirla basketball (earn? will play the .-users of Monclt: high hero Friday afternoon. The girls' same will slim at, 3:30 o'clock. The lyiines were mm-«l up fro:u Friday night because cf the Senior Follies tomorrow night at the dlv Iittll. - Both the girls and L'oys of Blytheville hlBh showed improvrmeiU In tl:elr games here lust week. Cootcr Girls Have Won 13 and Lost One COOTEK. Mo.—Frldny even!;!?, Ilio hlgli school basketball teams' will play Ilielr Inst county contests of the season with the Brasigudoclo (cams, there. The local girls have won 13 games find lost 1. They ar? favorite* for the county rhnninlnn- nliip and will compelc In Hi:; Southeast Mlssimrl toumnmcnt. February 27 a double-header will be played In honor of the parents of Cooler and vicinity on Ihe heal couit. The contestants will be: school girls vs. alumni girls; seta] boys vs. faculty. Henri Courier News \Vnnl ArK Samuel Osgood, of Massachusetts, was tlic first jPoslmas!-"!- Gen i oral of the United Elates I Luxora Cagers W!'.; Two From OsceoEa LUXORA, Ark.—Tuesday n! 7 ;,!. the Luxora boys and girls baikVt- ball teams defeated the Osc??. t high, school teams In an overwhelming manner. The score fo.' the girls was 42 to 7 In favor of the local girls, and the boys sure was 37 to 8 In favor of the local boys. The lineup for the games: Girls , Luxora Pos. Oscioln Galyean RF Cramer Laytl LF Burton M, Davis RC Wagner Hires LC Doyle K. Davis KG Driver Brantlcy LG Turner Luxora. Billingsly Lynch Garner Seaton James Boys Pos. SF LF C RG LG Nickols Hall Jacks Lapidcs Caldweli Only one person was sentenced to dcnth in Scotland in 1920. H} was finally reprieved. : ' February Feature SILK SouVeniers to the Kiddies Announcing the ORMAL OPENING of the ROLAND and WHITE CENTRAL SHOE STORE In the Building Formerly Occupied by ihe Bootery BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2tst, 8 A. M. T ,., . - . o "'-••• • •••• '• •• •••••• lie Opening of this new and modern .shoe .store itiiigs to the people' of Blytlieville and vicinity an establishrnent where footwear for every member of the family can be purchased, at substantial savings. Here you will find ihe latest styles, the finest materials and above all;a fitting service that assures you of absolute comfort without the sacrifice of.style. Our connections with one of the country's largest manufacturers of footwear enables us to show the newest fashions almost as soon as they are created by the designers. Tliis fact, coupled with our wide range of sizes and widths will permit us to care for even the most difficult cases of fitting. Come in today. Inspect this new store. See our large assortments of footwear. You will not be urged to buy. Just come" in and get acquainted. DRESSES all over prints and plain shades These arc new drc;scs . . . jusc arrived at til! time you want one most! Gay prints, bright (hides and practical "all-tirjic" colon ... flat crepe and canton crepe. Trimmings of contrasting color, double sleeves, wide, flaring cuffs, soft tied and draped necklines ... such new details assure yon of smartness that^-ill carry you through the Springl Come in ... j-ou will find the low price as refreshing a) thcjprightly new styles. Sizes for women, misses and iuniors. rINC. 220-222 W. Main, Hlylhevi!!e. Avk. New Low Prices On Shoes for Men, Women $195 $<S95 S/195 Here are footwear modes for men and women ... shoes and oxfords in the newest styles and leathers for the men, and every wanted model in Parisian inspired footwear for women. Priced in a range to suit the pocketbook of every shopper. Come in today for a fitting. x HOSIERY for Women Full fashioned, pure thread silk, chiffon or service weight, al! hew shades. 79- 98 Men's and Children's Socks at .Popular Prices ROBINHOOD SHOES FOR CHILDREN AT POPULAR PRICES AL SHOE STORE OSCAKG,' -Manager O 219 West Main GERALDINE RICHARDSON Hosiery Department

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