The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1934 · Page 6
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>*G1 OX BLYTHEVILLE, (ATlK.l POnRIKR NRWS .MONDAY, MAY . 28, 1934* L IN mm IT Larrupin' Lou Bids for Throne of Swutdom Ity Krcnz Trim Craighead County Club, 29-22; Fossick Shoots Sub-Par Golf Blythevillc golfers continued undefeated in Inler-clnb compound:) when they trounced the Jonesboro country club golf team at Jone.sboro yesterday and rung up their fourth straight victory of 'the year. The score-, based on a point Eystem, was 29 lo 22 in favor of the Blytheville array. - Jiminie Fossick. Blylheville pro. turned in a low medal • score for the tourney, louring Ihe nine hole course iwice In 70 strokes, j two below par. In performing the feat Fossick beat Cusick, Jonesboro pro, by one stroke and look the malch, 2 points lo 1. 1\>1- £lck shot par golf the llrsl round and played two under par on the second round. Cusick shot one under par Ihe firsl roumt and par ihe second. Among the amateurs a card of 75 turned In by Buseck, Jonesboro. was low. Lcnii and Shane lira lor medalist honors among llrj Blytheville playtrs with cards of 77. Shane toured the course once in 36 strokes, even par. while Roland, also of Blytheville, who carded a 19, made one circuit In par. Individual scores follow: OutlnTI. B. J. Player Afflick Pyror Roland Thorp Banister Buseck Buck Barrett Lent! Turner Pollard Sloan Lynch Green Shane Eskew England Rogers Untzenlch Williams Florida Kash • Harriett WiUetl . caudill Ludlow Hiibbard lee David Jones Branson Overstreet Gooch EUls Berlin Dudley WhHworth Archer Warren Murphy fossick Cusick Totals 43 85 2 4'J 85 3C 79 40 VI 41 83 38 75 41 8) 37 81 40 17 39 80 40 81 38 81 38 78 40 42 82 41 38 77 43 38 81 42 39 81 44 43 87. 38 41 43 42 39 43 40 43 38 42, 42 37 44 44 39 39 48 42 38 43 81 42 42 84 43 38 81 38 42 81 44 43 87 44 43 8T 58 42 82 42 41 83 47 49 46 4t> 47 43 48 46 46 39 85 36 34 70 35 3fi 71 fbfEUr WILLOW KOW CM THEIR WAD QIABSE.. Ross and M'Larnin Await Bell f i) i I UrriS l:aCK NEW YORK, May 28.— Confident Una he will nild the world's wel- tor within title to the lightweight I lonisby's Crew Tondes litlc |1C ""' cat| y llol *> "nrncy noss , • - . . , ' ' will meet Jimmy Mcl-amln. welter American Leaders; Lu- champ here ionigii-. in a right that holds unusual Interest. Di-spim Rass' easy confidence the : - , Ix'ttlny fonthmed to favor Mc- I The Si. Louis Browns thai ap- Lnrnin whose deadly punch has ! pc-iiK'd to be In for another term wrecked the ambitions fjl inun: i ii'. the low end of the American man one boxing master. ' league lieup when Hoger Honiihy | took o\w Hie reins of management pulli'd ihc i New York Yankees [ from !lii' Aincrican k'utl ycsleulay , i I'.iul Ihe Cleveland Indians climbed ' i on top as !i result. The Brovm.s nr" 1 In fiftli place. | Tlie rmsljin-h'h Hirates tet the \ [National pace, taking (he Ginm.v . ycstmlay. ! . Hcuvy wights will pnrade in the . Tlit Browns beat the Yanks 1U pR-lmilnavy match on tonight's : ('• 7 at St. Louis, nut-k Newsom urinury card with Bill Humiicul • held tlin New Yorkers to 10 scat- meeting Sergeant Burns. | Icrcd hlls while his mates amass- The big buys will be the first | ed 15. Campbell and West of Ihe lo appear hc>re s:ncc Mike nomann : llj-nwns hit homers. took the measure ol Promoter The Iniliiins brat the Athletics Charles Sinkey. They will mcel to 0 sit Cleveland. A home run uvc-r the two out of ilirec falls, by Hnlo figured in fifth inning hour lime limit route. scoring that piovcd to be tin: rte- In Hie feature matcli Tommy tiding tallies. Bean was the win- 'la?.Tos will take on Kay Meyers. ning and Benlon tho losing hurl- Tassos was billed as a "'Hoi '- ;Tama!e" from Mexico on his only The Washington Se n a t or s' appearance here when he bowed Tjis.sos-.VIyr.lv;, I hmnirtil-U Armory LHXMIJ; By Harry Gray son 79 S5 82 S3 BO 73 88 78 90 Pennants cannot be purchased overnight, but young Tom Yawkey never will be ruled off for not trying. When the Red Sox owner ap-1 fun than a (Ion of tho Boston public. The Hed Sox drew no.OOO paid admts- j slons In the first 10 games In I their spllfy new park, which Is half oi the total attendance there] lost year. They played to 240,0001 In the first 22 starts nl home—an i avenige of almusl 11,000 an after-1 noon. At that rate. Yawkey could keep going even though he were not a multl-mllllonalre. And meanwhile young Tom is having more kid spinning a top. penrcd lo' be Inducted at (in His only regret Is that he Isn't American League meeting In Clcve- j good enough to play himself, .and on June 11. 1931). his first | utterance wos: "There Is much to lie done, and 1 don't want to take up any '. of your lime. If anybody | any ballplayers for sale. I'll 96 52 90 94 29 22 Local Caddies In Easy Triumph Over Jonesboro for lhci papers this yeur... .Wcst- irn Conference officials have rul- ! rcl Hie toys can't hammer :i tyn--'- writer for <t "yhost." pay or even iiavo Just to give Jonesboro country club members an idea of whai I Roseland Noses Out Hubbard Team, 6 to 5 trounced the Chicago White Sox 9 G at Chicago. Weaver was the winning pitcher and Jones the loser. Myer and Kuhel of the Senators hit homers, heading a 14 hit attack. The Detroit Tigers defeated the Boston Red Sox D to 2 at Detroit. Rowe went the route for Detroit, holding tin- Bostonians to 11 widely scattered lilts. Ithodes v.as the losehig pitcher. He<] Lucas was on the mound as the Hues tjeal Ihe Giants, holding them to five hits. The score was ^ to :i. O'Doiil's homer with iwo on as pinch hitters prevented .n shutout. The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Phillies 5 o to Freddie Knlchel some time ago. While Ta^.sos turned out lo be a Greek from Chicago • he showed plenty of action and gave Kniciiel tin interesting matcli. Ta-ssos one of the lightest men to per- lorm In the local ring but is fast and has a variety of yrips. Myers rates as possibly the l>est nf the matmen performing on the Sinkvy circuit wilh the |»s.sihte exc'-ntton of Roy Welch. 'i*j MeycrS-Tnssos go Is one ol a series ol matches in an elimina tion tourney leading to a match Letween the winner and tin: mid d!c\vcijjl]l champion, promoier claim. the extra inning winning the tilt, i Smith's Aggregation Goes • On Hitting Spree to Win, 13 to 4 ran is. EMS Porter's Fast Ball Turns Back' 13 On Strikes; Score 9-2 :; . has buy (hem. I have $50,000 to Invest ight now." "Will you give 550,000 for Rick Fcrreil and Lloyd Brown?" spoke up Philip de Cnlesby Hall, pres- denl of the Urowns, wlio was strapped for money at the lime. "I will," replied Yawkty. "Sold," said Ball. . Thomas Austin Yawkey, whose foster-father, William Yaw k e y. owned the Detroit Tigers before him, closed his (Irst deal In 10 minutes. Since that day, Yf.wkey has nvested close to $3,000,000 in Hit Boston American League Baseball Club to like his' place as Hit greatest plunger In the history of the sport. Members of Hie : The Tigers found the offerings Hub imrty now- In the west pro- • of Webb and Carter to their llk> duce figures to show thai the lug. Moblcy led the stick parade total is approximately 52.955,000. • with a homer, triple and single in More than $500,000 went for four trips lo the plate. Richard- lalent, and Yawkey is eager to son. also of the Tigers got two land more if he can find It. Right three baggers while Blckham, star now his general manager, Eddie Tiger piicher, turned In a pair of Collins, is having Joe DC Magglo, two baggers. McNeal was the only newest outfieldlng star of the San ' Jackson player to get two hits. placed by Elmer Wright, who card-''he full diflance although giving co a 17, and Clarence "Pic" Col- up 13 hits. The Roselanders got berl. head man of the local caddy 111 oif K:e;l. Hubbard pitcher, troupe, with a 79. The best Jonesboro effort ivns an 83 by Howard Wilcock. ' ( Tlie, individual scores tonow: Player Johri Smith's Blythevlllc Tigers lived up to iheir reputation as & lilting team yes'terday by trouncing the strong Jackson. Tenn, iemi-pro ball club by a score of IS to 4 nl Jackson. It was' Ihe second .straight victory away from home for Hie Tigers who beat Os- ccoln's Engineers a week ago. J. Mlsho Marthulee Colbert Copper E. Wright Thomas Williams Wallace F. Wright Hamilton D. Wright Isom O. Mlsho Francisco Seals, watched daily. . Blckham held the Jacksoninns to Out In Tl. B. J. 41 42 83 41 43 84 0 50 53 103 40 39 79 3 45 47 92 37 40 77 :! 40 4C S6 41 40 81 2 44 89 40 82 3 41 07 4- 82 :! 50 101 44 88 H ill the eiuhtli. The Brooklyn Dodgers defeated [ho Cincinnati Keds 5 to 0 at Brooklyn. Mungo, fast ball pitcher, Olnss-lined lank cars for trans-; held the Reds lo six hits, liomtion or milk have been in- iroduced on li:it;s.-j railways WRESTLING RAY MYKRS TOMMY^TASSOS BI1J, HUNNICIIT vs. SKRGKANT RIIRNS ARMORY. MONDAY NITE 3cat Lookouts Twice Sun<\oy: Pci)s. Chicks Lose Doubleheadcrs Tlie Nashville Vols increased ihc-lr lead in Ihe Southern nsEoclu- !ion by winnlnj tv.-o games ye.s- lerday. They beat the Chattnn- loja f,ookoi:is, 4 to 3 and 7 to 3. Sprr-ce and Gnbler were the wining pitchers. Wise hit for Uo . ireiill. Ti;e Little Rock' Travelers drcm- ed :i uair lo the Hlnnlnghiim .v.roii 1 -: nt liliminglioin and the Pebbles sank firmly into tlie ci'l- a.- Just below the Barons. Orldin .ml V/hite were tl« winning pit- •her.s. The unit's \vc-re 5 tu 2 nil -1 10 1. The Pets got but even l-.ns oil the I'.vo loftit-s. The Kimxvill-; Smokies and At- I :mla Crackers broke even at noxvillr-. The Crax won Ihe irst same, 1 In 3 und the Smokies he second, -! lo 0. McKtc hit Vij- Ihe cireuit in 111 1 .- fi'rst game. The Memphis Chicks were on he losing end of two games with he New Oilcans Pelicans. The Pels r .on 'J lo C and 't to 1. Messenger, and Mihiar were the ' >ltchi'rs. Bf-rger connected for our base blow in Ihe first gai GltLD 1 Last Time Today Mai. Z-.-.W. 10-25e Nile 7:15. 10-.'}5c. 45 42 SO 41 51 44 in NOU'RE ibLLINC IL The firsl pair to tee off in the National Open at Merlon. June 7-8....will be George Savers, of Mac- The"Osceola Engineers found the Jolly Cabs. Memphis semi-pro ball clubj easj* opposilion at -Osceola yesterday, chalking up a 9 to 2 victory. Porter went the route for the Engineers striking out 13 of the Memphians who found his fast ball too much to master. Karr went the distance for the Engineers but gave up 14 hits. Porter allowed nine. Cook, third baseman, led the Engineers' attack with a homer, triple, double and single. In four trips to the plate. Snced of the Osceolans also nit lor the circuit. A crowd of 500 fans turned out for the game. The Engineers clash • with Liberty .Cash Grocers of Memphis Thursday at Osccoln at 3:30 0'clocK. The Memphis Dry Cleaners follow the Grocers to Os- c*ola Sunday for a second game with tht Engineers. The box score: J«DT Cata Ab II R F. McCabe, 2b S3 Rozter, 3b 41 Rawfe, cf 3 I Savoria, If 4 i Mason, ib 4 Mamntxar, te. -4 Ragglor, rf 2 Jones, rf 2 Hale, c 4 Karr, p '4 Ardmorc. Pa., and Roland seven hits and coasted along as his Kcnzie, Hockville, Md The Ynn- Yoar r Tom Lays It on Ihe Line learn mates gave him an early kecs figure Cleveland to be the Yawkey paid $1,250,000 for the lead, scoring six runs in the first best American League ball club in Red Sox franchLse. which Included iwo innings. I the wesl Frank Hayes 19- a $400.000 debt to -the league— The Timers played a good game year-old catcher making Ihe nni:le one Ihe-organization did not ex- in the field making only one error with the AAAAAA's. couldn't rhrk peel tp collect. The New York capitalist did not like the old Fenway Park plant thai hod been standing for lllythevilte 30 years, so he had it razed ana Cavclte. 2b while the Jfickson players made with Montreal last year....The mlt two - Notre Dame Alumnus, school paper. The box score: says the Irish 1934 football machine Ab R H E Is "admittedly weak from Uckle a new one built at a cost of SI.- 200,000. Here is how Yawkey laid it Richardson, s Higiion. 3b Marshall. Ib out in pursuit of his expensive Moblcy. cf hobby. In which he still revels: Gee. rf Purchase Price $1.250.000 Jenkins, If Cost of new park .... 1,200.000 Thornton, e To AAAAA's for Lefty Grove ................ To Browns for Ferrell and Brown To Yankees for Dusty Cookc To Yankees for Lyn Lary 'o Yankees for George Pipgras To Yankees for Bill 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 000 1 0 2 0 1 0 000 200 000 Totals Owens, 2b Mason, » We*h, rf Holder, Ib Cook. 3b A. Snted, If Howerton, cf Porter, c Porter, p Totals 36 9 2 AbH KE 522 410 4 1 4 1 1 443 Ulckham. p 125.000 Davis, c Jackson, If 50,000 Totals 30.000 30000 J«kson Smith. 2b 25000 Armstrong. 3b Fields, Ib 2 0 o '" tackle." — Jimmy Londos !s 220 Ihe only pro who has perforiin-d 1 1 1 in Ihe Athens stadium that [d- 220 ifice having been dedicalctl lo 330 amateur sports.. ..English 120 clubs use eleclric fans to cool 0 1 01 off ftghlcrs between rounds . . 0 o 0 H'ic sissies You won't sec D\-} 1 j 0 Ten fcllli.tll coaches exporting Werber 25.000 *'CNoal. ss o BrowRS for Carl i Turner, c Reynolds 25.000: Beryard, rf Hankins, cf Turrom, If Webb, p . Carler. p To Baltimore • Orioles for Julius Sellers To Rochester Red Wings for Fritz Ostcrmueller To AAAAA's for Rube Walberg To Sealtle Indians for Mel Almada and Fred Muller To Mission Coasters for Buck Wallers To AAAAAA's tor Max Bishop Players obtained oii waivers and from minors 25,000 25.000 25.000 20.0CO 15,000 42 13 13 1 Ab R II K 1 0 34 4 7 2 Totals Summary: Home runs — Gee, Moblcy; three b»s« hits— Richardson 2: two base hits, Blckham 2, Carter 4. Walked, by Blckham 5. Fields. Struck out, by Bickham 5, Carter 4. 1 0 4 2 X 14 0 331) 000 1 0 0 0 0 9 1 Courter Nem Want Ada. 10.000 75,000 Total S2.955.00C Nel Result—sixth riice j Despite this terrific layout, close: observers believe the Red Sox will 1 do well to better place posit lor of Blythevlllc Jackson 420 300 022 000 Oil 020 Minneapolis is exactly midwas between the equator and the Norlh Pole. their seventh! 1933 by one notch. 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