The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1936 · Page 6
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PAGE EIGffE UPSET BOTHERS McDaniel Hurls Shutout; Clothicis Win Easily From Builders. • The Standings Girls'. I.cuguo W. L. PCI JM3 ,50C .423 .423 . Coca Cola ........... 9 NiiWa Cleaners . ..... 7 Jack' Applebnum ____ . C Blyltievillc Laundry ..0 Commercial I.MRUC Teams w. L. Pot, Pastime Billiards, .... 12 4 .740 Chevrolet Motor Co. 12 5' .703 Famous Stoic 9 R. D. Huglies Co 0 McMullin 8 Phillips Mnlor 7 Ark-Mo Power 5 Easl Arkansas 3 .000 ,sc:i .500 .430 .235 .170 Buchanan dropped Huey's fine throw to the plate, Hcmphlll counted, and the garni! was over. Clothier Hals Busy H. 13. Hughes lost precious little lime In 1 sending Burres to the showers, doing the damage after Iwo were away In the Inlllal canto. Whittle singled and Jack Rushing clouted a Irlplc. Clyde Bunch got hold of one for a sack, scoring Jack. Sallba dropped Young's fly and Himcli bounded in, T. Burns Jill wifely and another run was across. Nonnun Bunch kept It going with a safely for the sixth, Widner rolled out ' after Eddie Sallljn relieved DUITCES. After 11)0 disastrous first, Uic loams set I led down lo a duel between Talmadgo llucy, Hushes southpaw, nnd Sallba. The Clothiers gained a run In .(he fourth on Lagronnc Whlllle's double, ihe second of Ihrec hlLs, .sending In Eddie, Reginald who had forced Widncr. Norman In Tommy liuvns BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.); COURIER .NEWS. Hunch dlngleil score an InnliiB Inter. Sallba allowed but four hits In nil. Easl Arkansas combined two of Coca Cola Applcbaum Knoxvlllc Memphis nirgh Boston By J. 1'. Despile Hie fuel that she was suffering from n dislocated vertebra, Evelyn "Harry" McDanlcl. boyish lassie from Luxorn, hurled Ihe first shutout of (he current Girls' Softball season, whitewashing the touted Nu-Wa Cleaners. 5-0, last night In. the first game of [i triple-header. Jack Applebaum's Store singed n Oanison finish to bent COM Cola, scoring three rims In the fiflji lo overcome a two run leaO. The score was 4-3. The Bottlers however, iclained .Ihelr two game advantage for firsl^place. ' n. D. Hughes knocked Aubrey Burres, petit southpaw, out of the box In the fusl Inning when Ihcy Ecoied six runs on live hits and easily defeated Easl, Arkansas Builders, 8-2, lo admuce into fourth place In the Commercial League standings. The NuWa-I.aundry game started out as a pitching duel between. McDaulel and Sadie Stamey, but nfter two mnelcss Innings, the LniiiKliyiles jumped on the" Clean- ei ace for thiec Mis', that netted ns ninny nms in the fourth, nnd diovo her Horn Ihe hilltop. She vn-j relieved by Helen Lnslcr who gave up the final Iwo Laundry inns In llic fifth. In annexing her fo'urlh coiisecii- llve win, "Mac" was touched for bul llnee safclles, singles by Tmo- gene Smith, and , Laster, 'and n double by Doiothy Moore. Only three iimni'is advanced as far ns Ihlid base She jssiied one base on ball nnd fanned fire. Chicago Stamey. and Lnsler allowed three hits aplncc- with the. former being oedlled with the loss. • Doris Fowler, hair ulnl Laundry second sacker, paced Hie hit- :ters "with a single- and double Hrciwnhlg Whiffs Nine Mis. Lillian Browning, Annlc- baum /n-it ball star, set n nciy f.tiikcoul high when "she sent bock New York nine Eolllers via the Ihree strike Cleveland 'ionic. Ilei fine hurling was offset by the fnct that she issued six bases on balls, and her wild- Boslon ness figured prominently In me Washington Coca Cola scoring, she walked the first two in the'first and second inning, nnd fanned four In n row during the game. Mary Lou Whittle, who, opposed Her, MiuCfc. out siv and Issued but three bases on balls. She whiffed Grimes, Bryanf, and Housh in order In Ihe second. It was a good : game to win nnd n tough one to lose. Mary Lou allowed but. tvp hits, n clean single by Tnez Bcvil In the third, and n scratch by Roush thai took n bad hop, In the fifth One of the runs was earned Browning jleldcd but one more safely. Bendonna Huey jingled over third In the first, bent out .a roller to short In Ihe third, nnd Gwendolyn Fisher scratched a binglc in the fifth. Only one run was earned, loo. With Coca Cola learfin" 3-1 ns a result of runs In the first' third, and fifth, and a Baumei tally in Ihe. third, Applebaum got the breaks and capitalized on :thorn. Bryant fanned. Roush hit to ' second and was safe when the ball hopped badly. Leln Whittle r"^, i° , ""' " Bl '°wnlc" Kinzie fielded Ihe ball perfectly but i-i n race to the bag failed lo touch Jirsl. Roush came all the way from second on the play. Whittle went to second when'-Buchanan tossed wildly to the pitcher, and lo third on a passed ball, ifemp- .111 walked and went down unmolested to second. Whittle scored when she beat Oldham's Ihrow o, the plate after fielding Browning s slow roller. Bcvil popped tn second and E. Whittle strolled Arnold hit to short and when Ihelr flv their lone rum. Fisher singled, and scored when Whittle erred on Bud Wilson's drive. Wilson scored on Hayes' two bagger. Both tennis threatened but were unable to do much damage. I'irsl Game n. H. E. Cleaners 000 00—0 3 ax—5 0 4 Meet in Feature Match on Legion Card; Poole Faces Weylancl, By 3, t. FHIENI) Johnny Marrs, Mobile. Ala,, victorious last Monday over Lee Myers, milas, Texas, former middleweight champion, two frills out of three,. will again step out In defense of his "southern light heavyweight championship" Monday plight, In the main event'of the American Legion weekly wrestling show. Marrs Ims been signed to meet Ihe Canadian Wild- cal, noy Welch, In a no time limit, affair. ¥ _For the semi-final, Clarence nialchmaker and promot- _..., .„ „ .„„ vl hits In the first for 9 1 ' for lll » Legion, has paired the "nrefool artist, Doc Poole, Duw- son, Tnqs, and other i>olnls weft with V»eyland, R product of the University of Tennessee, Knox- vlllc. They: will wrestle ninety minutes, or two best fulls out of three. • Marrs was impressive In his triumph over Lee Myers, who Incidentally, is no 1 setup in ' nn y. body's squared circle. He has developed wonderfully since he used to do his stuff here more than a year ago. Weighing I«B pounds Marrs handled his lighter opponent with apparent ease m« smashing tackles were vlclous:-. : and accurate, gaining the first fall vh thai method. But they backfired on him and led to Ific lass of'.On- second full, Myers caught him coming In and sprawled lifni with « hook under the chin In Welch,' Marrs will face a man nearer his, weight, nnd ; ,,o doubt will give him a harder tus- .sic. The. Canadian Wildcat Is n-i full of ring tricks as a doe U fleas, and puts on the "slciim" when the going.U tough, it should be a fine exhibition, /rhe 401,000,000 Inhabitants! ; of FRIDAY;. AUGUST -Jjr 1936 ', Laundry Stanley, Luster and C. Whittle; McDaniel and Scoll. Second Game R. H. E. 101 01—3 3 Ci 001 03—4 2 3 M. L. Whittle nnd Buchanan- Browning and I,, whittle. Third Game R. H. E. R. n. Hughes COO 110 0—B 9 1 E Arkansas 200 000 0—2 5 •] Hucy ami Young; Burres, Saliba and Hayes. The Standings Southern Atlanta ............. 12 Nashville ............ GG Birmingham .. ...... 57 Chattanooga ........ f,s New OOrlcans Little Rock; W. L. Pet. 48 55 54 52 58 52 57 H 04 .H CO .C32 .88(1 .soa ]>m ATI .401 MO National league W. I,. Pet St. Lolus 03 39 .618' .590 .659' -MO I .495 .4G1 _ New York 67 45 El 49 49 f,0 47 55 Philadelphia 39 Brooklyn 39 American League W. L, Pet. 08 .... Chicago .......... 57 Dclrott Philadelphia St. Louis ..".'.. 30 CS M 51 DO 03 30 G7 .55? .MB ; .Gil .4B5- .350 .340 I Nortlw-asl Arkansas League W. L. Pet. Newport ai 0 .173 Osccolu j 7 j) 55 j Bnlesvlllc 12 13 '430 Caruthersville 12 KJ 420 Joncsboro 10 ,5 ' MB Parngould 7 2 0 259 MANLEY TOURS Wm. I.cn Hotel, Memphis All Expense Tours to Dallas each Sat., $23.00 Sirs. E. A. Tcaford Osccola, Ark. phnne 101 With fllead August Clearance Our entire remaining stock of $1.95 to $5 STETSON and PEDIGREE STRAW HATS PANAMAS OFF! Our great August Clearance brings you ;i great opportunity to own \\ new sir""' hat or jiiiiianiii for .now and all '.next; year at only' one 'half the original'.price! ! That's a worthwhile saving', in anybody's litngnuge. Sixes range from C 3.AI to 7 1/2. STORE WIDE SHIRT SALE . •.•*l3,is..to'n.8S' MEAD CLOTHING Co. 31S WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Headquarters for snart hats Factory Trainer] Radio Expert Repairs on all rnalsos of radios 11 Years Experience H. S. Werner PURE WATER Refrigerator Expert Repairs on all makes .of Refrigerators 1Z Years Experience K. E. Uirls Hardaway Appliance . Company Phone 23J — 'Gleneoe Bldf. That Safeguards the Health of Every Consumer Our first consideration in suppfy- ii'ig this city with water is the health of its 10,000 people. Thus we use every modern means to keep your water-supply pure and good. Laboratory analysis is made at regular intervals to insure that we have not failed in this respect. BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. Com team, Personal Attention to Kverg Customer 113 S. Brotulwao Let's Put a Friend of the People In Office for Sheriff this Year JOE S. DILLAHUNTY CANDIDATE FOR / -_j ( SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR Mississippi County •^———— mm The People Need Dillahunty- Fricnds-I am asking lo be your Sheriff and Collector. I am capable, liouest, and considerate of people in every walk of life. You are my friends, and I am yours. I proved that when I served as your Tax Assessor for four years, I gave you every consideration.' Now T ask yon to lets continue our friendship. Give me your consideration. VOTE FOR ME. I need the office, and you, my friends, of this county* need me. L Make me your slieriff on Tuesday, August 11. --JOE S. DILLAHUNTY Dillahunty Is In This Race to Win for the People This Ad 1'aicl For By Mississippi County Friends of Joe S. Dillahimty

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