The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1938 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 25, 1938
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j'PAGE SIX BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.)' COUEIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1938. Caruthersville Up Only Strikes Oul Ace Four ROAR of Ihe 5OOL CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.,Mny V> —IlanOing Ulylhevllle u C-0 shutout here last night, Wilson Canilhmville ace ilglilhander. won Ills fifth (jump, (jiving up only four hits walking one and striking out 11 mm. On three hits nnd a lllythcvllln *rror in the first inning, the Pilots went ahead, )i/ three runs, and Iherca-flcr Koewing held tliinas well I in himd. Only five Ciianl-s uot on base. Gildig and Snceman hit triples nnd Cornish and Leonhardt double.? for the PiloLs, and Heed nnd Tram- tack hit doubles for Ulythevllle. KUnton, Saccman. Gildig and Cornish each made (wo liit.s for the Pilot; aad Arason, Iwo In lead Blytlieville. BLYTHEVILLE Woods, Sb ......... Mnresco, 31) ....... Pavicli, 2b ......... Trumback, rf ...... Jackson, cf ........ FIELD FflSTER Ills OUT). Rex Mays, thiec-time Pacific coast champion and the first American to finish as well a.s third in the newer edition of the Vanderbili Cup Kace on Long Island. He wound up in third place last, summer, IJLII dial's an entirely ililferent dodge. Ted Morn. M-eond finisher here in 103U and lliird a year ago. Like ••>• K'l'il in l>te 1'anls Two cars are entered whk-h have Rccorc.1 Speedway Average | '""""' s ."''"« ™ r - Tllis ' s a » »>"'>• L_ • _ ° \ vation in American spi'tsl racing. A ilu«-n jobs will use .superchargers allowed under tlie now international icniHila. Riding uii.-ohaikics go by U)'. 1 Jionrds on this (?xciii.sloji. Mosf, oi the cars nre single :;catejs. TJii.s Jr. optional, hut none will faijy mo- tions are for a record crowd. It's Churchill Dowas for the Deri)) 1 . Baltimore for the Pieakness and Indianapolis for the 500-mllo race. What more do you .v.'aul? And wliut do you mean, "Recession"? To He Broken Observers Declare ItV HAltltY fJllAYSON >'liuiis Killlur, NKA Service Ail R H O A Aragon, c . Bobo. 11) . Dvorak, ss Barker, If Reed, i> .. hilimi; il up nruimd the first turn in tin; nt.ft«rJc Ijrlek.s of Hie Mndianaimlls Motor Speedway, May '.'SI. Totals ... CARUTIlEHSVIIjLE Slanton. 2u Sacemnn. d Clildig, 'i\> Lconhardl. Ih Rohach, If Lowery, rr Cornish, ss Pilo, c Kocwing, p ........ .. 30 0 1!y ll.MIHY ftllAVSON Rnclnii history's pages nre filled with familiar, ami sometimes unfamiliar, niuuo.s of men who spent years ami yeais in efforts lo improve tiie Incctl. Jil«t Midi a mnii la Hairy A. Miller, the Brand old-young nuin ~ r.f automobile racing. What the AI3 R ft O A Riddles, anil Vanilerbilts are 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 U 1 0 0 0 2 a o 3 2 2 0 1 H 1 1 o n 2 I 0 11 0 1 lo •I Ilic oals niul uluegvuss. sitcli is | 0 Miller in the limd of .supeichnrij- • fliers, and piston displacement. 1 | Miller, whose shop is slluale<l 0[in Los Anneles, spends tiaie ami Totals 33 0 10 27 11 Blytlievillc 0(10 000'000—0 Caruthersville 300 020 lOx—ti Summary: Errors — Pavich, Aragon. Runs baited in — Gildig 2, I-owery, . Lconhardt 2, Saccman. Two-base hits —Reed, Tramback, Cornish. Lconbardt. Three-base lilts—Gildig, Sacemnn. Stolen bases —Sacenian, Cornish. Double plays— Pavich to Dvorak lo Bobo. Left 011 bases—Blythcvllle 5. Caruthersville 5. Base on balls— OK Kocwing 1, off Reed 2. Struck out— By Koew- nioney In Improving the design of Ihe raring nuloiiiol>ile just an those- who fancy running horses spend time and money breeding fine thoroughbreds. May 30 finds War Admiral and Seabiscull. the two outstanding thoroughbreds, meeting in a spe- Ifift home nl the ago of 14 and il in n machine .shop. The eiigini'eriiig knowledge lie picked up there .served In good stead when he applied for a job as a .stationary engineer some years Inter. 1'oople were talking about the contraption which Elwood Hayn^s drove in the streets of Ko- koitm. hid., and of similar peculiar vehicles which Gottfried Daimler and Carl Hen/, propelled through Germany. Miller wauled nothing tetter t« do than to get Into ihe business of hnildlng cars. Ills great love was the race (rack. His interesUs always lay I improving the performance of motors and chassis, and he was but little concerned in improving the comforts of stock models. Miller assisted in the construction of a number of mounts In and 1M.1, but he did not completely design and build n racing car until IOOG. That speedway steed was entered in the Vandcrbllt Cup race- of lhal year, and the mechanic who sal nloiiL'.side (he driver wns --Hurry A. Miller. race at, Rclmont Park to determine a championship. The same day finds America's lead-fooled cur pilots streaking around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway In a grueling 5(KJ-mi!e race (o determine a racing championship Miller, recognized us the world's greatest builder nnd designer of racing cars, has four six-cylinder, renr-eneinc, four-wheel drive. third ing 11, Reed'3. Winning pitcher— | streamlined, all-aluminum speeel- Koewing. Losing pitcher — Rccd. Umpires — Connelly nnd Lyoiu;. Time—1:47. Paragould Wins Over Batesville, Score 10-8 RARAGOULD, Ark.. May 2, r i — Tlie Paragould Rebels deteiifcii the Batesville Wliite Sox 10 lo 8 here yesterday afternoon. Cy Block's ItU'ting fentiirpd Ihe Game, the Rebel second baseman driving in three runs in the seventh and scoring two runs himself. Score by innings: H.H.K . Batesvlle 101 113 100 8 H a Paragon Id .... 300 110 41x 10 10 4 Young, Bolin and Boden; UMa- nosky, Thomas and iUarlin. A white-tail doc has been known to jump 1G feet from n rei'lining position. TRIM TROJAN ters rnlered in this year's hidian- ip.olls event. lie Is shooting for Ills 10th victory in the classic, nnd such Is his record Hint he probably will be more surprised if lie doesn't win than if lie does. ! Being first is no novelty to Miller. Records show that the iir.sf car lo gel the checkered Hair in Indianapolis usually nre Millers. If not Milter ears, n peek under (he hood win disclose they wen- powered, with Miller engines Among his engineering developments in thi? field of automobile racing are front-drive. Four-wheel drive, aluminum alloy pistons, superchargers, and dowmlrafl carburetors. rick Up :l ii,| fio Miller has been Ihe unl-standim; engineering figure on the nulo- tnobile nieiui; (rucks for so lone "i:it be Ims almost become lesen- lary. He is Ihe only great aulo- niobite racini; designer left of a N. E. A. Teams May Add Extra Player PAUACiOULD, May 25.—Membei clubs of the Northeast Arkansas! may add ali extra player for 11 fivc-dny option, il was decided here Mondny night nt a uiccllng of the board of directors. irliocinl permission niiLst be secured from President Joe 11. Ber- tlg :md the monthly salary .shall not exceed S75.00. President Berlig announced that he had fu\ed -Manager Bunny Simmons of Caristlicrsville $100 nnd suspended him 10 days for a ruu-iii with Umpire Yowell at Caruthersville, Friday night. Tlie bonrd verified Hie iiction. Simmons was chtirgort will) s\)it- (ini! in the face of Umpire Yow(II duriiii,' mi allemition. The Pilot mnnagcr claimed it was accidental. All (lie clubs were re]iicsentecl exeunt Ulyllieville. Arkansas Cnnttlier.sville Blylhcville Parasould W. I,. Pet. Date.svllle Newport group which included such nsj Jonesboro .. iValler Christie .Fred Diii'.senberj;.' ind Louis Chevrolet. Miller's 1938 cars arc designed o serve three distinct types of racing: <a> the "lOO-mile race in Indianapolis, (hi road racing, nnd (el improvement of sliced records on (lie dry lake at Boiinevillc. IS 1-1 12 !) 7 12 •I )f> .71-1 .571 .5211 ..'MB .211 Soulhcru Little Rock- Memphis Atlanta l.easiie W. L. Pet. features this year include foiir-whrrl hydraulic disk brakes, in which the drums are stationary, and rear-engine, four-wheel drives, the Intter an innovation| Hiriiuiiulmm in this country. Bodies. Ihe radiating system, and the transmission arc departures 22 15 19 15 21 17 in IG 18 18 lit 21 13 20 .595 .Sftil .553 .5 (XI .4C.2 .3!14 I Aragoti Fotirlh While Cy Block Conliiuies to Lead League Three distinct threats loom before the three, week old batting supremacy of Paragould's sUir hitter, Cy Block, in the Northeast Arkansas League, according to latest loop averages released by J. P. Krlciitl. .statistician. Pete Cooper, Jonesboro manager. .Jimmy Cluyman,. Newport outfielder, iinrt Anyel (The Battler) Aragon, Blytiievillc's fiery catcher, have batted (heir way la within striking distance of the leader. Riding- Die crest of a sensational hit wave, tile .lonesboro leader added six more safeties in twelve' trips lo the plate and raised his batting average 211 points and four behind Block, Cooper's mark is .404 as compared to the Rebel infielder's v «8. Guyman had eleven chances with tlie willow and made good on five of them, boosting his mark from .350 lo .389 and third place. One was for Hie round (rip. Thanks lo two three for five days. Aragon picked up 31 points and his .38G average was good for fourth place among the regulars who have appeared in (is many as eight games. William Malesky, Usitcsville pilcli- cr. filling in for the injured Joe Hayne. is fitlh wilh .315. Other.-, in the select ten include: Stanley Cilump. Paragould. .373; Joe MIUTS- co, Blytheville. .311;'Brlce Fowler, Paragould. .31H; Pete McRiiney, Paragould, ,3S3, and Alex liudcii, Bnlfsville. .351. Other Blylheville Giants in Ihe .300 circle are: Hank Dvorak. .'115; llerschell Hobo. .311. and V'rauk Jackson, .30-1. 1'tiragonld color bearer hnu 1 just about monopolized (he iiulivi lual departments. lilock ha.s been ;it bat II times, scored 11 times and collected 2!1 hils and eight doubles, all high markers. Gliimp am! Jimmy Walker. Paragoiild. hnve •! IripU's. as has Fred Leonhardt. Caruthcrs- ville. M,ct\aiiev suiack*xl out home rims in his first tliree game.s and leads. Block's safeties are good for •12 bases. Aiuly Pa.sierb, JoncsUoro, lia;; laid down fi sacrifices. Cllamp has stolen seven bases. Leonhaiclt has drawn 21 base on balls. Aragon's IV runs driven in is Lou Wrrderitch. Jonesboro. has fanned 17 times in 15 games. Biitesvillc swept Into the club batting lead with a 17 point boost. As a unit they are 12 points ahead of Paragould wilh a fine .275. The licbels ascended lc> I lie top in club lidding with .'.IW. BiytlievUli 1 runner up wilh .!)•!:!. They an JI1 Jlittillf; Will) .24.'!. Wilson Koewing, C'anither.svlle, and |ll:irry reldmaii, lilylhcville, have won 3 wllhout n defeat, dill" Itoberson. Paragoiild. ha.s annexed lour but has been beaten once. Harold Koopmun, Cariilhcrsville, lias a 3-1 record. The records inehulr 1 games of Miiy 18. Jonesboro Defeats Newport Team, 5-3 JONESBORO. Ark., May 25.—The Joneshoro Gianls defeated Ihe Nt'irport Cardinals 5 to ,'i here last night, .scoring all of their runs in Ihe fifth inning. : Fisher went the route for Jiuies- boro, allowing but six hits. Score by innings IMF. R Newport 000 QUO 120 3 li 2 Jonesboro ... 000 05(1 Oux f> II) 2 Asselmeler and Bla/.o; Fisher and Cooper. Jonesboro Due Here Thursday William Von Ahncn has been nominated by l\fatifiger Hcrschel Hobo to hurl the final game of the .serifa nl Canitbei'sville tonight for the Blytbeville Giants. The Giants return home tomorrow to engage the Joncsboro Giants in gunu's Thursday night I and Friday night with Tommy Gorman due to hurl for Blythevilli tomorrow night and Harry l^eld- niiin on Friday night. Friday iiij;hL will lie Giant Buddy night. Today's Games NortheaM Arkansas League Blytheville at Carnthersville. Batesville sit Pnmgould. Newport at Joncsboro. National I.eagllo Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cinciiumti at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. SI. I.nuis at New York. id smarte.'-t field in the famous event's history v/il! -jn away ill the fiUO-nnle race over Hie Ijiini- bricks of the Indianapolis Motor Sjici-rlway, May :i{). ylhini; and everyiiody keep .sjjei;d.'er :UK] speedii'i 1 . with the exception of baseball phiyei>; nnd lighters. 'Ihe wi'tsllers, tou. have; slowed down, but tliul is because showmanship lias wiped out lhe ( sitieicnt art ot bending Ixme.s. j 'I'liis Ls the 2iHh annual tri]) on the . rmllaN:i strip, ami iheri> is Kv<:ry' : sisiiiiranc'e (hut lust year's rceotxl ' nveiii'<e of U3. r>8 miles per hour will tji- IjnifcCTi. Wilbur Shaw set (his nuirk in tile toughest dot: li^hLevei 1 witnessed in a Oecouition D.IV niim- , ber. And he \\as only t\vo seconds ahead of Hulph Hepburn and only! '.'.(I secomts in I'nwil. of Ted Horn.! The lirsL four Ihii.shers of 11137 1 broke Ihe ixvvious track i e;'oid of | 1011 miles per hour. 1 Tliirty-three .sleek racing cars ofi a ne\v vintage, occasioned by international rules, will put on a show! thut has pi osjwcts of surpassing all others in speed nnrt thrllts. The Watch Doesn't I,ie Qualifying limes indicate that the field is laslcr by live or six miles tlniti it u'iis a year ago. ami Shaw makes a bid to win in the same outfit that brought him victory last May. Shaw anticipates thnt he will have lo average better than 111! miles an hour to get tile checkered flax as against 113.58 in 1SI37. The favoiites: Will Bill Cummings, tlie home- own boy who won in 1934. Shaw, another boy vho scored last trip. I,ou Ateyei 1 , veteran youngster vho is Ihe only three-time winner at Indianapolis. He cashed in in 928, '33. and '30. and is here again vitli a spanking new creation of 'liif- i^as reM notion has been liifo.vci to the winds. DiJvet.'- inuy u>.e a.s iiiueh a.s liiey v;;)nl "jutl any type of lui'l. Taxio Niivohiri, tin; Jialian I-'urtj- pean ehampion who enteri'tl, Was unable to j^et his inachiiie rriuiy but is en route here. He wi'l In the ollicinl .sluite.r. 'i'he ticket suld hsis been consistently alUriul oi' last yi'ur. iiuli Joncsboro Golf 'IVain Will Conic Here, On Sunday Joncsboro yolfeis will meet Bly- Uievillo ({Olfei-s in in) Inteielii)) inalch here Sunday. '!)!(• visitors scored m victory by u narrow margin of tv;o polnls over Jilytlieville in Ihe first Inter- club match between tlie two t(-art>'|, last Sunday at joncsboro. .*' HJyheville golfers lire eonndent they can repel tlie Invaders Sunday with iv uooil turnoiil of golfeir, exi>ected to bo on hand for the tiiuriiaiiient. Aineriean League Wiishiiu-toii at. St.. Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. New York at Di'lvoil. Boslon at Cleveland. GET BOTH The protection you have a right i expect and the price yon want lo pay in any tme <ii om- rci'nn- (Illidiied Used Car.-;. I-IliiVIS lo IM-I Clirvrnlr-l Maslor Coach $175 1935 Chevrolet Coach Slti'i l!>3. r i Chevrolet .Master C'nnpe SlfiT) 13.'M Clievrnlel ride-up (nick SH15 (KM Cbev. i:ll-in. WB Truck S175 Nights anil Sundays Chevrolet Co, Phone (133 if YOU ARE THIS TYPE YOU'LL LIKE THIS BOURBON THAT'S from conventional racing design. The bcilics prnclicjilly lift oir the cars when work is being done mi Ihe engines, thus making adjustments much easier. Radiators have been placed on the .sides of the cars ralhcr than at the front. This lias been National League W. York 21 Chicago loston ... Cincinnati Pittsburgh St. IjOtiis firooklyn Southern California's 1938 gridiron foes nre very much concerned about (he track activities of Mickey Anderson, the sprinter •vlio helped the Trojans set a world record of 40.5 in the 440- ynrd letoy. Andcr.wn, .1 halfback, probably will lead, them a n/cri y chase this fall, to prevent tlie radiators From fill- itif; with dirt, in dirt track racing. The device by which the cars are started is new to r.icer.s. nl- thciigh it has been used in aviation engines. The Miller Special are .started by the explosion of ; cartridge, which is slipped into ; UII. Ihe barrel of which leads in- o the compression chamber n: Liu 1 starter. Arcorrfin? to the rules of (lie Indianapolis Motor Speedwav ,vs- scmtinn. the minimum weight (he "183" must be 1873 pounds. The wcWH of the "255," alsn named after piston (li.splacrmenl, must be at least 1784 pounds. Pack tiltle roumbsc To meet these requirements. Miller's cars are made principally of aluminum. "Tills material is so much lighter than anything olsc, and yet has he inquired strength." he explains 'We actually design sections thick- r Ihsin they need be. In order lo make the necessary welcht. We could build a racing car of aluminum ivhlch wotiM iveigh less thai 1000 pounds." Miller has used aluminum for racing cars ever since 1915, wlwi he bvillt the first streamlined mo lor body for Barney Oldfield which that hero of the roarln road used on barnstorming riitlons. Bom in Mcnomlnee, Wis., MlUc was not to r.tay there long. II Philadelphia 20 13 If. 12 17 15 IS !•! 12 17 12 22 R 1R L. Pet. 9 .700 .60S ,S5ti .531 .517 ,414 .353 .308 American League W. I,. Pot, Cleveland 21 10 .(i"1 Boston 13 II .021 New York 1C 11 .5M Washington 18 Ifi .52! Chicago U 12 Detroit 13 ]G Philadelphia 10 18 SI. Louis 8 21 .478 .448 i ex pc Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas Lc:li»llr Carutheisville 0. lilytlicville n. Paragoiild 10, Datesville 8. Joncsboro 5, Newport. 3. Southern Atlanta 7, Memphis 0. Knoxville 5. Birmingham 4. Chattanooga 4. Little Hock 1. Nashville 4, New Orleans :t. National tangw Boston 10. Cincinnati n. New York 9, St. Louis 4. Chicago 10, Brooklyn 4 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, grounds. • American League Cleveland 9, New York 5 Chicago 10. Washlnetnn .1. Boston 5, Detroit 4. Philadelphia G, SI. Tmils I. NOTICE MR. FOKO OWN'KU:— Arc von lucky??? Look at your IDHS Arkansas I.ionise Tag—if it's FlIiST NIIMItKR is FOUK III. you receive mir "Sprrul f'r.rillfr Car Tune-l'p". regnlirly rriofll at S7.00. For ONLY S2.M, (I-alxii- onlyl, SAYING Sl.ul). I,<iol; nnd sec ulutl yni! gel: 1. S:md bias! clean niul adjust spark (ihiff^' 2. 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