The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1936 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS No Other Country Appears Capable o( Breaking Its Victory String EDITOR'S NOTE: Tills Is the last of tlirec articles previewing Hie Olympic.' Games. * s • * By NBA Service BERLIN, July 28,—With what generally is regarded ns the !cb In store for any of the units falls to the swimming 'contingent. Four years ago in Los Angeles, the Japanese carved out a healthy portion of laurels by completely dominating the aquatic events. . The chief Nipponese physical characters are short bodies, short anils, nnd abnormally nmve'rful lees. American swimmers nre Messed with longer readies, but thc Jnpane.se took the crnwl stroke apart find overcome their lack or reach by the development of what practically Is a double arm pull. Uy pausing Ihe arm In the catch position in front of the hend Almost until the nrm on the opposite side joins it, they acquired a superior driving power'. A highly perfected and powerful let' drive makes this stroke practical. TJut n new crop of water sprites represents the United States In Berlin. It probably Is Ihe vouni;- cellent ba:id ol fencers In the Jnst few. years, but foil-wielding strictly is a native European sport, and us such leaves the Ynnkces ill n disadvantage. There Is little or no question In : regard to the basketball result. This new addition to the Olympic 'program should he dominated completely by the American array, which should have loo much finesse, skill in ball-lmmtllng, nnd experience for Its international rivals.. Washington's chjht-oarcd shell will make things very tough for j the rest, of the sweep swingers, but. the four-man event'nnd single sculls will bring oul. plenty of opposition for tills country—perhaps too much. H won't be-nt all surprising If the Held hockey team gets nowhere, and the same Koe.s for (lie rugby football squad. These two sports nre extremely |»putar on the continent. The type O f ELECTRICS FfiSE TEST PCI5 Clothiers' May Make Win- nine; Streak Brief; Builders Play Druggists the formidable outfit' of a month ago. Neither Kennlt Copcland. nor Verne Hlmer has been effective. The team lias power to burn. and. can score plenty of runs. liul su has the opposition of lalo. They arc second in hilling ulul fielding. lemair In addition to track and field, titles In welBhl-lifttnt;, polo, cqncstiltm sports, swimming.' Sachting. lowing, canoeing, box- Ing, wrestling, fencini;. cycling, 1 liymnastics. haskelljnll. rugby football, handball, field hockey, nnd shooting are to be determined l.ctneen Aug. a ,0ml 1C. i Tiack and field settles the unofficial (•hnmplanshlp of the Olympic Games, and America is exceptionally well fixed this trip with sprinters such as Jesse Owens nnd Ralph Mclealf; high jumpers like Cornelius Johnson and Dave Albrliton; a hurdler of the caliber of Forrest (Spec) Towns; pole vaullcrs who scale the height hit by Ulll Seflon, Earl Meadows, and Ulll Oraber; distance men along the line of Don' Lash, Glenn Cunningham, find; Archie San Romant; a steeple- Chaser who skims barriers with the ease of Harold Manning; n decathlon dude on the order of. Glenn. Morris; 400-meter men! Ralph Flanniunn, the Florida schoolboy; Jack Medlcn, the University of Washington's human lorredo; Adolf Klefer, the back- strcklnj! youngster of Chicago; Johnny :iig(<lits and Jnck Kaslcy', trcast-slroke hmilmirfes; others who are barely of voting ngc, if Hint old; and Peter pick, vet- ernn free-styler. will stand a lot of benllng 'In the large Olympic pool. --• . , Tlie rioters will have a lough lime, particularly In the henvlev divisions, and thc same goes for the wrestlers. ; America never was nn Important factor In weight-lifting or cycling nnd hardly anyone expects titled In these activities. Tlie gymnasts will have kinds of competition from damans nnd Scandinavians. Hough on Id-cords It is hoped Una America's shooting stars will bold tliclr own with the crnck shots of the world. all llio India bodes 111 for America's chnnccs. The American women's track and field .contingent, should bring back n championship, us long as Helen Stephens, Arm O'Urlcn, nnd » few others are up to pur, but thc feminine lineup will have to do much fn.sL splashing to dominate the lUjuntlc scene, especially after losing Mrs. Eleanor Hohii Jarrett. Holland and Japan are expected to furnish plenty of pyrotechnic!. In women's swimming. As In Los Angeles four years ago, Olympic and world records In fill lines are expccled to be .scattered all over Helch Sport Field, with the Americans doing <i lull share of thc wrecking. Osceola Drops From Lead; Newport Ahead Osceola dropped a. 13 lo 10 decision lo linlesvllle yesterday nnd my more. Japanese rind IV.iy appears to be the biggest. events pro trlbnlcd. America has will be well developed nn ls-! Newport defeated Osceola last I night, 8 to 3, to go Into the lead ex-, In the Northeast Arkansas league . n. n. Hughes, whose strong shewing has been of the reasons for Increased Interest In Un- commercial Softball league will test Die spurt of Ark-Mo Power In Ihe first game of » clouble- hender tonight. Robinson Drutr, who was knocl-- cd out, of (he loon lead by n Hctpolnt seventh lmiln< rill" last week, will have thc op-jo;--' ttmlty to take out vengeance o-i East Arkansas Ihillders hi nightcap. It has been generally adn.,^,,, by Softball heads over the circuit that If Ark-Mo Power wer- lo have a good pitcher they would cut ru'lto n path In the loi-il league. With practically the sani" team, except, of course, tin- hurling ace, Kenneth I'.etl, the Hot- points have nmde a (lesperal. struggle even In the face of we'll- niuind work. Eddie Snlitoi did well when he was here, bi'l wln-i he left to attend I,, g. u. fo. me summer. Manager Hnimo'i 'I'nylor Imd no one with pitching ublllty to take his place Southpaw Leo Stephens look- like the answer to Taylor's pi-iy- er, tit least he looked the part Insl week, East Arkansas Builders dcspi'c Improved pitching hiUliig and team spirit, have been unable lo make much headway. iia-<lcr Morse nnd Phillips, have proven' helpful, but Bilbo Gilbert hns been haviiyj n hard lime getting (hem to click on all ten cylinder.'; at, one lime. The Druggists have not looked WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1936 PER DOLLAR! 10% to 1596 more miles per gallon . . . That's what today's stock Ford V-8's are showing over previous I'ord V-8's In public gasoline tests now being, run by Ford Dealers. The test cars are equipped with a see-for-yourself glass gallon jug so that anybody can check the results. • Wouldn't you like to make a test run ns the mid .Tonesboro defeated Paragonld. 5 to i, In another night game. guest of your Kord Dealer and see for yourself what a Ford V-8 will do? We Invite you to take a rille wlth ™- YOUR FORD PEA L )• K • Many owners report no oil added between regular changes. • Low delivered prices. Upkeep; costs greatly reduced by exchange parts plan. PER DOLLAR! Only V-8 ear below $1645 (The 8. other American V-type cars cost from $1275 for the V-12 Lincoln-Zephyr up to $6750.) Super-Safety Brakes—more stopping surface for car weight than any other car below $3195. Centerpoise Riding Comfort—on springbase almost a foot longer than wheelbasc with ail passengers seated forward of the rear axle. Only Centerpoise Ride car below $1275. Unique Readability-Torque- tube drive, radius rods brace both axles, free -action on all 4 wheels— without sacrilice of strong front axle. Eosy- handling — shockless steering, easy- acting brake and clutch, silent helical gears in all speeds in the transmission. Safety Glass all around at no extra cost. Lafge tires, separate luggage space, 112" wheelbase and 123" springbase on till body-types. Wall Succeeds Applsbaum As Famous Store Pilot Joe Applebaimi, siwnsor-inana- Kor of the Famous Store Softball learn In the Commercial Softball l,easue, announced today that he had turned over the iimnngerlal reins of Hie team (o Harold "Trig- sin" Wall, veteran catcher, who would have full clmrijc until Ilic close of thc season six weeks nfr. In making the announcement' Ji:e silk! tlml due to the fall buy-1 Ini; season, and pressing bushier I duties lie found it Impossible to continue further In an active cap- ndty, but would give Ms new skipper his full support. Joe hns sponsored a softtall tram for two years, fie relieved Mfirslmll Ulackard as manager «irly lust year, his first season anil the Famous Store wound up H'. n three way tie for first place fur tt:e (Irsl half, to he beaten by Robinson Urns in a hard tout-lit battle, '['he season c ] 0£e d with tin-in but 0110 game behind Robinson, i'mllmc and Ark-Mo 1'ow- PI. who were deadlocked. Famous won 0 of 4 games under Joe's leadership. This season, they have the iaiuc record, and are in third lilnre, two games oul of first. "Trigger" is recognized as one of thc leading catchers In the IcaRiic. At present be Is hitting .378, and is well un among the leaders in (leldlng. It has been estimated that each census in England costs $1,500,000. Southern League W. L-. Atlanta 08 38 xNnshvllle Cl 43 Chattanooga 52 43 Birmingham 52 50 New Orleans 49 53 MJttlc Hock Jj 54 Memphis 41. ijl Knoxville 41 (JO New York. Cleveland Boston Detroit ... ChEntk'o - ... Washington Philadelphia SI. Louis . American League W. ....(53 ....54 I'ct, .045 .587 .520 .510 .480 .455 .402 .•iOli Pet. ,C5(i ,5G3 ,S4G .520 ,521 .510 .337 National League W. I,. Chicago f,7 3.1 Play Doubieheader At Osceola On Thursday OSCEOLA, Ark., July 29.—The Osceola Indians and Jonesboro Cli- nnl.5 will play n doublehcader tomorrow, t'.ie first game starting at 2:15, D. Fred Taylor jr.. secretary of tbe Indians, has announced Change In the schedule was made necessary In order to get off a ralncd-out game during the last scries. Ernest Binghnm, the league leading; pitcher, will pitrii t/he firsl game, with Walter "Ilud 1 ' Lutes tin- Blytheville boy, scheduled for thc nightcap. Mr. Taylor also staled that Friday's game, slalcd for here, 'nnd been transferred to Jonesboro, niid would be played under the lights Batesvllle While Sox come for a (.wo-game series, Saturday and 1 Sunday. Saturday's game will start at 2:45. so as lo avoid a conflict with a political meeting, while (lie Sabbath contest, will begin at i 3:30. St. Louis .. New York . Pittsburgh . CJnc'innntl lioston Philadelphia Brooklyn .. Pet. I .02(11 P5 37 ,598 51 44 .531 48 45 .518 45 4|i .405 :.4-l 40 A13 3C 5C .381 34 50 .300 N'nrllrrasl Arkansas League W. I,. Pet. Newport M « .700 I Osceola 13 o .684 Joncslioro D rj ,559 : Canu'.iersvllle 10 11 .47G natesvlll: o 12 '439] ] Paragould o 15 ,28G | American transpoil planes no\v aie (lying an average of more than 150,000 miles a day. Baseball Results Southern League Knoxville 12, Birmingham 5. Nigbl games: Chattanooga 9, Memphis 2. Little Rock al Nashville. Atlanta 3, New Orleans 1. American League New York 1C. Detroit 6. Cleveland C. Washington 3. Chicago 10, Philadelphia 6. Boston 5, St. Louis 2. National League New York 5-11, Cincinnati 1-3. Philadelphia 5. Chicago 3. Pittsburgh 9. Brooklyn 8. St. Louis al Boston, played former date. Northeast Arkansas Lonsuc Newport 8.- Canttliersville 3. Jonesboro 5. Paragould 1. Today's Games Southern league Birmingham ot Memphis. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Kno.xville at Nashville. Only games. National League Chicago al New York. SI. Louis at Urooklyn. Pittsburgh al IJoston. Only gnmcs. American League New York at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. 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