The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1939 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Gab!)y I la fine It and Bill Teny Lead In Juggling Acts I!V GEOKGi: KJflKSKV United Press Slalf Cones|iornlcn( NEW VORK, .May 23. (UP)— TJint otil lime remedy for n slumi —"sJiaXviip (lie lineup"—is lln watchword ol every Nutknal League manager Oils season. Gabby Hartnctt Is far mil in front In juggling his lineup so 'Cai tills season lint Bill Terry niaj catch him soon, llartnclt beucli&l everybody in the Cubs' lineuj) except sunlcj Hut* durln; (he first mould of the season. The Culjs finally righted ifiemsplvcs ntiil now Terry n picking Ilio Ol.nHs' Itnc- ,up out of n ))at. Zokc Boiiura ami Hank Damiiin; were benched yesterday and the Giants came out of the ether will a a-2 triumph tn'tr Pittsburgh, climbing to sixth place. Johnny McCarthy took over Honura's job at first base mid drove in a run. Jimmy O Den replaced Dnnnlng l>a- hlnd the bat mi<! handled Hal •.Schumacher in fine fashion. Schumacher weul llie i-ouK? for (he first time this season, giving up only six hits. All National League managers except Bill McKechiue have shown symptoms of the Jitters this season. ;With one exception MCKechnlc has stuck to his original lineup, barring changes necessitated by injuries. Only change McKeciinle has made • In the Reds was to bench left fielder Wally Bergor for Lee Gamble. The Reds kept'up their blister- Ing purMiit of the Cardinals by defeating Brooklyn, • 6-3, for their se\enth straight victory. Lee Oris- som, credited with his third victory, iiad to have relief in the ninth and was the first Cincinnati hurler in a week who "failed to go the distance Lounlc Prey.' lilt a homer for the Reds and Ernie Lombard! kept up his hitting with a single and a double. The.Cardinals held the National League lend wilh n 2-1 victory over the Phillies, slaving off a ninth inning rail} Mcdwlck's double and Mizc's single accounted for the winning run Rcokle Mori'.Cooper allowed onlj lour hits but had to be assisted in.the ninth by Curl, Davis. Cnscy Stengel, who has been doing a 1 bit of juggling with .the Bees' lineup, finally found the winning combination ngnin as B:slon licked the Oubs, s-3. Liu Pelle, assisted bv the able iciief pitching of Dick ErrlckEon, scored his sixth !ri- innph Bill Lee was the loser. A bleachentc who stuck his hand oier the railing nnd touched what appeared to be n homer by Steve Mesner with a man en in ihe fourth aided the Bees. The blow was ruled a double. With Mel. Mazzcra and Harlond Cllft hitting homers, the fit. Louis Browns snapped the Athlelics'four- game winning streak. C-3. Veiiion Kennedy won his first game for the Browns, giving up nine hits. Ram saved the Yankees' ll-gnme winnini; slrcnk. A downpour washed out Cleveland's' 3-1 lead In the last cf the fiflh. Mel,Harder had out- pltclicd Monte Pearson. » * * YcsterUij "i hero-Hal Schumacher, Giants' pitcher belled out In ever) pievions start this season, finally irmtte the grade with n Chit performance agninst the Pirates. Montague Over 14-Chib Limit ^ ^m^m^si ;,3sv-v ;^>^i»wi^^ BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Win Montague shovels. out of sand trap because galleries like to ee feals that made "Mysterious" Montague national fiuere in Ilolly- vood. But the erstwhile mystery man of screen colony would rather je known as just a good golfer and, as such, attempted lo i|iiallfy in Chicago district for United Slates Open In Philadelphia, June 8-9-10. Garden 30 by 22 Indies PROVIDENCE, R. I. (Ul 1 ) — A miniature garden which took first prize at a flower show Is watered wilh a medicine dropper. Ru'.h Flj' 1 ; garden is perfect as to scale, but measures only 30 by 22 inches. Today's Sport Parade By Henry McLemore Baer In Yankee Stadium on June I. And his training camp is ihe magnificent estate of Dr. Pierre Bernard, the soft-spoken gentleman who is known to the mystic yoga trade as Oom the Omnipotent, There never' bus been a training camp like it. Unlit on the lines of u feudal estate, Us gates were opened to NOVH by Dr. Bcrnunl, who took n liking to the young California!! and bid him use it us his own. Nova lias been there more than three weeks nnd Is thriving. He is stronger, heavier, and hitting harder than ever. It Is not difficult to imagine the revolution in boxing a victory for Nova would bring nboiit. .In'the past training camps have been rugged places at best, where culture was limited to the NYACK, N. Y., May 23. (UP) — le Is wakened each morning by ho silvery tinkle of chimes and he songs ot birds outside his win- iOVV. : Bu'.ikfiist Is. jc.vod him in bed, i!x bath drawn, ami his clothes aid out. His mornings are spent cauter- n« through the woods, advising he gardeners, inspecting the prl- 'ate 7.00 of (lie estate, or brow.i- IIR about the warmly-paneled, old library will) lts.l_5,WC volumes, - - ..,,..^ u „< >„„ In Hie .nltcrnonn, nfter n nap, Initlstlc application of the ho!fqot, lie has his choice of swimming In Ihe glnss-cncteicd pool, cards in he smoking loom, or a drive about he countryside in either a Dalm- cr or a Mluerva or a Rolls-Royce. Behind a chauffeur, of course. After dinner, which is always served In n mellow old room made nore so by (lie soft glow of candlelight and on treasured plate, he las lib choice of many nnd varied entertainments. If he fceJ.s gny, .light club Is only a charming a few; steps iway, mill ror hisprivale use. If its mood Is io.w frivolous, concert pisuiisls ami' opera singers await only his call to play nnd If he lie tired nnd in neeA of csl his bedroom is in order, the silken slU'Ct.s ii-gienn, utidur the rending light. A bowl of fruit, n silver water carafe, nncl the latest magazines and newspapers within reach. Now who is this young man, this idler in Ihe lap of luxury? A millionaire playboy? No! Not nt all. He is Lou Nova, a prizeflgliler, in training for a fight with Max Gelling Out of Trouble and comfort wns of the pioneer sort. But if Nova wins everything will be changed. Slug Donovan will pilch ills training quarters In the right wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and get his left In shape by nicking it nt Rein- bra ml Is and Gainsboroiighs. Butch dropper will slmrpen his eyes by nightly study of the heavens through an observatory telescope. And his footwork by repented attendance nt the Russian ballet. Aspiring young fighters will do their roiuHvork In Carnegie libraries throughout llie country, ;md ihe rules will be changed to nllow liian to wear his Phi Beta Knppa key on his trunks, vintage wines, not water, will be gulped by fighters between rounds, ruul Tight ex- perls work out the winners by equations. All of this, of course. If Nova wins. If Baer bells him out cauliflower culture will take the count, too. BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas League W. : L. Pet. Newport 0 S .643 Carnthcr.wDlc D 5 .(M3 Parngotilcl c 8 .420 Jcncsboro 5 n .313 Southern League W. L. Pet. Atlanta 20 13 .G06 Chattanooga 18 13 .581 Birmingham n 14 .548 Nashville 15 17 .465 Knoxvillc 14 15 .483 Memphis 15 17 .463 New Orleans 15 17 '.4GO Little Hock 12 20 ,375 National League " W. L. Pet, St. Louis 11 0 .054 Cincinnati 1810 .643 (Chicago 15 u .517 Boston 14 14 .500 Pittsburgh 13 15 .404 New York 13 1C .448 Brooklyn 11 15 .423 Philadelphia 10 18 .357 Americ.-in W. L. Pel. This Now Couldn't Be Headed Time Last Year, Try Again , Hy United Press It was Just about this lime a year 80 thai the Atlanta Crackers' took ver leadership of .the Southern issocialton and were not to lie ended for the remainder of the impnlgn, And today it looked like the ime story, with the Crackers iciul- ig (lie league mid playing the nine kind of ball Hint carried iDiii ^.oaring through the 1838 Dixie Scries, The Crackers lioosted their inar- iu to a full ynme last night by creating the New Orleans Pell- ins, 7 to 4, while the second-place Oiialtanostja Lookouts were Idle, ecause of rain. j Larry Miller was- the winning Hcher. He gave tip only six hits, aimed seven and might Imvo es- aped with n .shutout find not »u' uiflold collision In the fourth Ining led to lour Pelican runs. Marshall Mnuldhi nnd Jack Bol- ng led the 10-hit Atlanta nllack Mfliilcltn rammed a homer and louble and Dolling collected three Ingles. The Memphis Chicks, who were ashing the Little R,Mk Travelers Jr cellar occupancy only a few nys ago, defeated the Nanhville 'ols Bgnln, 9 to 2, and climbed liKo three-way tic with the Vols and lew Orleans for fifth plnce. It, was he Chicks' fourth win In a ro\v ml the credit went to Carl Doyle, ,'ho held the Vols to eight lilts ml whiffed nine hatters. Aubrey ipps rapped out four singles and riuss Maxcy a double nnd two sin- Ics to lead the winners at hat. The Cattanooga at lilrminghmn i UK! Knoxville at Little Rock games vere rained out. Today, Atlanta noves into Birmingham to meet >ic third-place Bnrans, Chattanooga • s at New Orleans, Nashville at Lit- > le Rock and Knoxville nl Mem- i ihls. New York ............ 21 5 Boston .............. IG 7 Chicago ............. 15 13 Cleveland ' ............ 13 13 Washington ......... II 15 Philadelphia .......... 10 16 St. Umls i i .808 .696 .536 .50 .423 ,3& .319 . . . Detroit .............. ID 20 .333 His golf ball is caught in mid-air as Jimmv Hmes. Great Nt C )> I pro, blasts his way out of a sand trap while playing a practice' round' over Ihe Spring Mill course ot the Philadelphia Country" club in pren aration for National Open to be played there June 8,10. Hinc? shot -i i» to be first to equal par since the layout was altered for the championship. freshly Churned COUNTRY HDTTEH. AND UU'fTERMlLK Produced In our big new churn Just Installed. It's Dellclousl Dciivcred Daily CRAIG'S DAIRY I'll one 74 i.New and Nice TUESDAY, ;MAY 23';M939 Feroni And ByrdWin At Arena liol) Corhy of St. Louis failed to ;aln a fall in his match witl( joe Peronl. Italian gvannlcr, af llie Legion iirena here last night as Feroni nilincd his opponent twice '•i succession to win. It was a case of too much rough stuff for COrby who did very well at legitimate wrestling, but Feroni refused to be legitimate. He used everything but a baseball tot to maul Corby to the floor, winning the first fail In ten minutes with New to select diving circles is beauteous June Scott o( Hayward, Calif., v/ho' cuts quite a figure in the aquatic world after winning the junior national women's 10-foot springboard crown at Alamcda, Calif. Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas League Newport 7, Joncsboro 0. Carutiiersvillc 4, Paragould 1. Ark-Mo Is To Battle Bottlers The four Softball teams of liic illy Softball League will go Into action again tonight at Haley Field 'n the Phillips'Motor-.Company team engages Gcsclycnrvin ;bne ;ame of a double header, while the oca Coin Bottling company-aggrc- [atioi) fates the Arkansas Missouri ?owcr Corpornlion in nnollier.i- It will b= a case of two undefeated teams righting to keep, a lerfcct record when the Coca Coins uKl llie Arknio players take the field. Both teams have won twice in:l lost none, and n victory for ither tonight \voulcl send that team nto the undisputed lead for the cague. The Phillips-Gocdyear gome will >roi>ably lie Just us holly contested since neither of these two teams ms broken into Die win column, laving lost both previous starts. Thus, a win tonight will give one f these teams a iierceiitagc and he other n string of goose-eggs am! a tight clutch 011 the cellar. The first of the games will begin iromptlj- nl 8 o'clock, according to ce Dildy. member of the Chicka- aw Athletic club committee siiper- Islng the league. jolfer Johnny Fischer Takes Up Law Business CINCINNATI, O. (UP)—Johnny Fischer, foimer amateur yolf liarnplon, Is a lawj'er now. Ife re- ently was awarded Ills law degree as of 1D38" by the board of di- eclors at the University of Cln- imiali. Fisclier \vas prevented from' aktng his final examinations last| ummer because he was in Scot- ' and nt the time representing the United States in the Walker Golf up matches. Southern League Chattanooga nt Birmingham, postponed, wet grounds. Knoxvillc at Litlle Ilock, postponed, rain. Night games: Memphis D, Nashville 2. Atlanta 7, New Orleans 4. National New York 9. Pittsburgh 2. Cfticinnati G, Bn>3klyn 3. Boston 5, Chicago 3. St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 1. American League St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 3. Cleveland at NEW York, rain. Detroit at Boston, rain. Chicago at Washington, rain. Today's Games Northeast Arkansas I.easu Newport at Jouesboro. ParagculU at Canithersville. Southern League Knoxville at 'Jilcmphis (night). Atlanta al Birmingham. Nashville nt Little Rock. Chattanooga at New Orleans. National League Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia nt St. Louis. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Pittsburgh. American Ix'a^itc. Cleveland at New York. Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Boston. It is snid timt pigs are the only nnlnmls that will eat primroses. MAKIN'S" SMOKES- Meier Nickel 'Misplaced AUBURN. N. Y. (UP)—A police- aan reports thai he was ap-1 iroachcd by a motorist who '.vas' nabie to operate one of Auburn's icw parking meters. Asked by the taliolman what he did, the motor- st ,s,ild he put the nickel on the urb next to the meter. WITH PLENTY OF RICH TASTE PRINCE ALBERT [S THE MILD 'MAKIN'S'TOBACCOJ YET IT'S RICH, TAST/! V I fine roll-your.own cigarette* in ' cveryh&ndy Linof Prince Albeit FRINGE ALBERT THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE Americas Mildest NATIONAL'S EAGLE WHISKEY 55$ HALF PINT *1.0.0 PINT OLE Natioa . 90 l'roof-60% gr.iin neutral spirits. :ioaal Disiillcra IVoJuctj Corp., N. V. C. it BOMS: of body X-icfcj and a looping haymaker to the .jaw. fciwl continued the rough' acting as the two rcejitcrcfi iu e ring and after "irowiiiK hls r elbows' and fists Into corby'sfface ror -ten minutes the latter was In such condition that pinning his shoulders mis a- simple matter. . the match between'-' Floyd rivrd '« Btatiliigltam and Joe Sza'bo, Hungarian performer, was fast and Unions with liyrd winning two out of three falls to lake Die decision. .";'.•!•'" Sl "><* of Fish-Skin ANCONA, Italy (UP) _ P, ltl -|oUc Italian women soon win be vcar- ™.i S T a<!e ° r "sh-skln to save leather and help the campaign for national self-sufficiency. A range of these shoes, made from [lie skin of a certain large kind of fish, were a feature, of the "Pisliery' Fn!r''l)t!df here. "-. ..- •, , ' ; - - - f Ataloie '•• shells ure iis«l Jrl! 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