The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1936 · Page 6
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola Hurler Registers 17th Win of Season In Game Tuesday The Standings Southern League W. L. Pet. Atlanta 11 41 .034 Nashville .06 46 .489 Birmingham 50 61 .514 Chattanooga 54 64 .500 New Orleans 52 60 .481 Little Rock 49 61 .462 Knoxvllle 44 63 .411 By. J.. P, FKIK.N'I) OSCEOLA. Alk.—Dapper .Ernest Bingham, who could easily be IMIOXYHIC 11 mistaken for n matinee idol rnth- Memphis 43 ei than a piofesslonal baseball' „ ,,"".' player, hiuled the Osceola Indians' ^animal to a 7-9 triumph over the Caruth- ersvllle Wo) Pilots here yesterday ..for his nth victory of the Oft .398 .. season, and his seventh In a row. He'has been . on the losing end but three times. Bingliam was In brilliant form. He was.touched for but four widely scattered hits, and only one enemy runner advanced as far as second base. J. McGowan, Pilot cc-ntcrncldcr, doubled In the second, but perished at the hot corner on a force play. Binghnm pitched.-to but 31'tatters, and retired the fust half winners of the Northeast Arkansas League II tie in oidei in the first, third, fourth, seventh and ninth Innings; In two other frames, tnc fifth, and eighth, only three batters came to bat, thanks to fast double plays. Mates Handy Although Ernest was ddng a nifty bit of hurling, and up credit should be taken from him, Ills mates weic also'doing their share to make things easier for the league leading pitcher.. Orady Mills, fleet centerflelder, raced to the fence Utrc to pull down potent .drives oil the bat of WIckcl. The Williams boys, Gene nnd Ffoyce, and Allied Kclley maneuvered tin ee twin killings that helped no little, Ocne, Royce, and Al Signalgo scampered all over the Infield making fine stops, and Kelley made several fine plays on low throws. All in all it was a great Indian day and they put oij a marvcous exhibition. Gel Started Early Osceola lost no time in getting to Speer, soulbimw. Williams walked, Signaigo slamined-one to center, and Ruckcr cracked one past first, after Mabry had gone out on a fly, Ocne romping in \\ith the (list tally. Ballard hit into a double play.' Speer got bj without damage foi two innings but the Tribe lommvhawked three hits, by Kcl- ley. Rojce Williams, nnd Mabry, a sacrifice by Mills, and two walks to fcoie two. Uiicker miffed n thhd stilkc with the bases plumb full, of Indians. ; Pittman was saved by a double piny in the sl\tii, after Osceola had counted twice. Ballavd and G. Williams collected lilts, Sigutil- t'o had a saciiilce, and Pittman walked a couple. But. he couldn't get by the jscicnth.... With one away, Mills smacked a scorcher through second for a hit, BinR- hani and Gene walked. Signnigo welcomed Stoiy with a hit, scoring one Bmglinm counted as Mabry forced Al on. an attempted double piav. That wound up the scoring foi thr day. Caruthersville had nothing but goose eggs to show in their .run column , William O. Dewitt, vice-president of the minor- league clubs of the St. Louis Cardinals, witnessed the game as did Ray S. Wilder business manager of the Little Reck:. Travelers. '. New York Cleveland St. Louis '. 35 Philadelphia 35 Louis Chicago 59 New York 50 51 48 Pittsburgh Cincinnati Boston 47 Philadelphia 39 Brooklyn 38 W. I,. Pet. 01 38 .010 39 .002 45 .554 48 .515 50 .490 fi4 01 03 .405 .390 .310 American league W. I, Detroit Boston Washington 07 57 55 55 64 50 Pet. 34 ,603 46 .550 4(1 ,545 •17 .530 51) .510 .490 347 .34:1 Northeast Arkansas I.eajue W. L, Pel xNcwport 18 0 .750 Osceoln 16 xBalesvlllo 10 Caruthersvlllc 11 D xJonesboro xParagoiild x—Night game. e 12 15 13 17 .067 .45! .423 .40fl .292 Baseball Results Southern League Knoxvllle 12, Atlanta 10. Memphis 3, New Orleans 1. Little Rock 5, Birmingham 0. Clmttanooga (j, Nashville 5. National League SI. Louis 0, Chicago 1. New York 4, Boston 1. Brooklyn 0, Philadelphia 5. Pittsburgh at Clnclnmitl, rain. American Lraptie New York 4, Boston 2. ; Philadelphia 5, Washington 3 Detroit 9, Cleveland 0. Chicago 8, SI, Louis 2. Northeast Arkansas I.rapie Osceola 7, Cariithersvllle 0. Night games: Newport at Jonesboro. -Batesville n, Paragon Id 4, night game. Today's Games SnulTiPrn F fipnp New Orleans at Memphis Allanla at Knoxville. Nrishvllle at Chattanooga Birmingham at Little Rock. National League St. Louis at Chicago. Bristol! at New York., Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Philadelphia. 10 FREE PIERS Former Druggists Make Debut As Chevrolets; Builders Play Electrics By J. P. FK1KNI) Tom Little Chevrolet Company, purchaser of the Robinson Drug franchise In the Commercial Soft- b.ill League, will make lls league debut tonight In the first game of a double header. R. D. Hughea Co,, one of the pleasant surprises of the loop, will furnish the opposition, starling at 8 p.m. Ark-Mo Power Co., defending champions, face East Arkansas Builders Supply In the rilghloap.' The former Cowboys arc tied for first place with Pastime nil- Hard Parlor, thanks to Jimmy Sinotliennun and the Phillips Mo-. lor Company aggregation who' knocked over. the cue nrljsls last week In convincing fashion, 5-1. '('he week before the men of Dick Potter bowed to this same hustling crew In a 11-10 slugging match. Smothcrman was the winning pitcher in this fracas, too. Robinson and Pastime have won 12 white losing four for a percentage of .750. In two previous meetings the co-lenders have emerged victorious by scores of 8-2, and 25-15. Talmadge Huey, diminutive southpaw, who probably will toe the rubber for the Clothiers, was the losing hiirlcr both times. Rimer did the heaving for Robinson 1 in the first game. Potter and Mar- mll Hlackard divided the mound lores in the second encounter. "Skipper" Dick has not, Imlicat- 1 who will open for him but it likely that his ace righthander, ermlt Cojwland, Stecle boy ' will >t the call. One of the two games .won by ie Builders this season was re- irdcd over the HotpolnLs. On Ap- I 23 Eddie Salilia applied" the ilsomiiie brush to East Arkan- is, the 1935 champions whining isliy, 8-0. But with the 'mite nithpnvv, Aubrey Burress, pltch- ig In Hue form the Lumberjacks •irned the tables, 12-3, on' June . Verne Rimer, who 'cxclmngct loblnson raiment .for Hdlpolnt oggery, started for life Taylor rotcgcs but failed to go the routs -art Cianske relieved him late li hi' game and finished. Rlmei id Oanske wen; touched for bul iven nils, Including a double bi Vrlght and a home run by John™, bill walked eight. Eddie Saliba Is now a me'mbc tom Little;Buys Robinson Drug's Loop Franchise Tom Little, head of the Tom Little Chevrolet company, announced this morning the purchase of the Robinson Drug company franchise In the Commercial Softball league. Mr. Little said he would retain Dick Potter as manager of the club and also planned to keep the team personnel Intact as far as possible this season. - . "I do. not plan. .to make any changes In the management or organization, at least for the remainder of this season," Mr. Little stated. • r The team Is tied, with Pastime Billiard Parlor for first place' in loop at this time. American League Cleveland at Detroit. New York ut Boston. Chicago nt SI. Louis Philadelphia at Washington Northeast Arkansas League Newport at Joiiraboro Caruthersvlllc , at Osceola Parajjould nt Batesvllle. EARL MIZELL Candidate for Goinmissioner of State Lands Subject to Action of Demccr.\tic Primary Next Aug. u. Although he lost both hands railroading, he can do aliuos; anything' anyone else can do. as typing, writing with pen or inn- ctl. can cpen a door and do any kind of clerical work, drlvi-s car nnd makes change. He Iras artificial Ivands that he works from the shoulders which enable him to do almost anything others can with I'hcir hands. He was ambitious: to conltmv to niiike an honest llvlne for liiniselt, wife and eight "children: He studied law and was admitted lo the bar, and is now serving his second .lerm as Tax Assessor of Clay county. ENDORSEMENT The citizens of Claj counts recommend to the voters of Arkansas, In the August Primary Election. Earl L. M| M n, r or Commissioner of State Lands. Earl Mizell has served us well as County Tax Assessor for the past four years. He is sober and Industrious, able to do the work honest, efficient, veil, qualified and has had many yeais" experience In land matters. We respectfully solicit jour vote for Earl Mizell for Arkansas Commissioner of Stale Lands. Committee—J. L. Taylor, Chin.; Penny Scar- Clay County Bar Assn-E. L, Holloway, V. Prcs.- E C5 Ward, Secy -^ N. J. Lattmer, I'rcs,; Dr T ,, Mcdical E J. E McOuire, Secy MY °p. n | _ Men ' s Democratic Club-Fontaine Kcvcs, Pres,; Dr. E. Clay County Druggists Assn.-W. r. Phillips, Pros.' M H jroiter, Secy. Clay County Bankers— The Coming Bank & Trust Co P B Spr&gue, Pres; Pi s gott State Bank, V..C. Wright, Pres- The Bank of Rector, O H Harden, Pres. . Arkansas American Legion, Fourth DIslrlct-ElberL Jewel! Commander; L E Parsons, Adjt *-"«n .icwcii, Clay County Press Assn. f the Builder organization ami Manager Bilbo Gilbert may -send Im against lib old teammates, larman Taylor will depend on Is new southpaw, Leo Stephens, •ho has done a fair country. Job f softballliiB since allying with he Hotpolnlers. • • - If a beaver breaks off n Uwlh. : grows out again within a .few ,'ccks. . i Caruthersville Wins Loop Play-OH Series The Carulliersvllle Pilots won the llrst half title of the North- cast Arkansas .league by defeat- Ing Jonesboro Monday night at Jonesboro In ihe second game of their play-off series.'The scoi'e was 17 to 6. Camtliersville had previously won the opening game of the series at Caruthersville n week ago The second 'straight win for the Pilots did away with the necessity of a third game' to decide the championship. • • • , Russell Lewis went the full distance for the Pilots, giving up 12 hits while the Giants used three hurlers, who gave up a total of 21 hits,- Iron put on. Tills will make ihe arena ah all year one nnd it will be used next winter Instead of the armory for the weekly athletic matches. The contract for the new work was let last night. Delegates elected to the convention, which will meet In Fort Smith, August .24, 25, 26, are: Nclll Reed, chairman; J. E. stov- al,. Jim Harwell, E, A. Rice, clar- ence Holder, G. B. Carter, Floyd White, j: F. Nolcn, George Gish, William Beriyinan, Don Edwards and Ross Stevens. Alternates: H. II. Brooks, Dr. A. M. Wnshburn, John C. McHaney, John Buchanan, Dr, W. A. Orimmett, Warren Wright, Lester Craig, J. A. Leech, J. J. Daly, Jess Pierce nnd Sam Coble and Raymond Cartwright, of Osceoln. WEDNESDAY,- AUGUST 5, jf)3 Legion Will Enlarge Its Athletic Arena The Dud Cason post of the American Legion elected delegates to the stale •onventlon and coinplet- cd plans for Improving the arena at the rear of the hut, In a meet-' Ing last night. The arena, .which has n seating capacity of COO, is being enlarged so tlmt approximately 1300 scats will be available, a cement floor Is to be laid and a roof of sheet Prized Relics Shown By Arkansas Pioneers EL DORADO, Ark. (UP)—The Arkansas centennial celebration lias brought forth u number of Interesting relics in the lomi of personal possessions of pioneer residents. Mrs. A. G. William of this city owns a white china vase which wns niade in 1811 In South Oaro- Enough borax to supply the United States lor 100 years was discovered recently In a deposit In Southern California. Before You Bny Anj Outboard - gee the NEPTUNE * II. 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