The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 10, 1936
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PAGE SIX , 4 *•-• * ' Caruthersville Takes Fil'st and Osceola Second at Osceola Sunday BY j. p. rniKNi) .OSCEOLA,-Aug. 10.—After Cft"- wthersvllle hod routed Jim McLoni) and captuied the nist game, 8-4 Ernest, Blnghnm, with only one- day's rest, went lo the moundi In the nightcap ami shut out Die I • Pilots;; 2-0. to igive the Osccohl Indians an even break In the! double header, here yesterday. ''II was the Birmingham 'boy's UentMh victory of !hc season and Die fourth In tlx days. Tucs- • day he pitched nine innln«s In blanking the Pilots, 7-0. He relieved Alfred Kdley In the elghtli of. the second contest, hurled 1 1-3 Innings and lecelvcd credit !fo the 7-4 triumph when he trlpleJ start the game, Owe storing when Ruckcf rolled out to second. Tlie second run was scored In the,sixth, FJrsl Came H.H.E, Carntlicrsvlltc 000 003 600 - 8 7 3 Osceola 001 001 200 - 4 9 1 Story, Lewis and Turner; Mc- Lcnn, Lutes and Rucker, nine. Second Game IS. H. K Carulhersvitlc 000 000 0 - 0 7 (j Osceola 100 001 x - 2. G 1 Odom, Speer and T. McGowan; lilnglmm and nnckcr. W. L. Pet. Mlnntn 7S « ,o:)G Nashville : m 48 ,580 liinnlngliam '. CO 55 .522 Cliattiit'iiooxa 50 51 .190 IJtile Hock 5-1 5U .48'i New Orleans 53 CO JOO Knoxvlllc -li; C8 .-111 Memphis 4-1 CD .389 Meet In Fcalurc Match or Mat Card; Wcylanc' Faces Poolc with two runners aboard. Jim McLean got inlo trouble In Ihe Inning of the second game ,it Newport, PiJdny..and was unnbtr to get n tatter' out. • Blngliani uenl In. hurled nine complete frame.? nnri was the victor when the .Indians went on a bnLUn<r minpage, wining' ' cosily.' 18-5° Seien Innings ye.sterday swclle.1 the total to 2G 1-3 over the six day 'period. McLean . WlHs For five Inning's McLean hurled one-hit ball, but the extreme neat got him, and after yielding Hiree runs In the sixth, hlltlni! n batter and giving'. up', consecutive qoubles In the seventh, : Walter "Bud" Lutes went to tlio hill Two more hits nnd two bnse on tolls with an error by Royce Williams sandslched In, swelled the Pilot .total to 8. The Blythcrlllc boy blanked them the two final Innings. .. slory ' " " Joncsboro, .hurled the nrst six -Innings, but eUdently withering under the favors of Sol Manager Wlckel Inserted Russell "Rusty" "Lewis to protect the 8-2 lead. The Indians greeted him with a double by Kelley, n bast on balls, and singles by Gene Williams and- Blng- ham, who went to nrst when Frank Mahon was forced lo retire because of heat. But Lewis settled down and fanned four of the next six to face him, making six strikeouts In nil. Newcomer Shines Mahon, coming from the St. Louis Cardinals,' made hto debut a successful one. • Filling in nt th|rd,,,for ailing Al Slgnaigo, the St. Loulsan doubled', dragged n hit to s^ore a run, and beat out »n Infield lilt In three tries. He walked twice and went hllless In two other attempts In. the after niece, and played a jam-tin gnmo In the .field. .,-• ...',*. ,..: , "1 Both scores In the" second game were results of wildiiess of "pitchers D~ave Odom and .Willie Speer' Odom walked Gene Williams Mahon and Mabry. In order - to lly J. P. ntll-Nl) _ Johnny Mnrrs. Mobile, Ala., will defend his,".southern light heavyweight wrestling crown" ngnlnft the Canadian Wildcat, Hoy Weld), In tile feature attraction of the American legion weekly, grappling slmvi. tonight at the open-nir arena on North Second street. Tiecniisc Hie dlamoiul studded bclt'Li at slake the match'will have no time limit, Promoter Clarence Holder 1ms announced. Eddie Wnylnnd, Knoxvlllc. Tenn former football star at tiic University of Tennessee, will make his boiv before local fandom when he meets the barefoot artist. Due Poole, Dawson, Texas, In the 00 minute time limit, tn-o best falls out of three semi-llnal. Last' week Mans defeated I,cc Myers, Dallas, Texas, for the third and deciding fall on his nrst appearance since 'ne won (lit-'- belt from Charley Itoss In Florida, June C. He luul a decided weight' advantage over the Texan who gave the champion a run for his money until beaten with a (lying tackle Incidentally, (Ms apparently, 'is Mnrrs tet offensive weapon, although he Is well equipped with n variety O t scientific knowledge of the game, Welch has always been a big favorite hero, and prospects Indicate n record crowd. The wildcat, heal Cnarlcs "Titanic" sinkey, Corinth Miss., (uiry, the last time lie .worked here, and did a pretty good Job of It. He is nearly as large as Mnrrs and just ns rough nnd loiHi It looks like a survival of the (H- :cst for the grapplers, nnd anoth- "r big show for L'he fans. Wayland lias been In this sector rat a month, but during t nil i, u, llc ic hns created quite a stir in mat circles. He Is flashy and plays n flashing game as 'he did us a Vol Ills opponent, Doc Poole, is also clever, and likely will furnish plenty of opposition. The popular Mike Mcroncy, who was painfully injured on a foul uyj Sinkey, probably will not be nblc' .o,officiate, but will Imve n capable substitute. Activities will begin N'allonal Chicago St. Louis New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Boston Brooklyn Pililiulcluliln W. 1 1. Pet. 03 41 .GOli 01 42 .CO! 00 45 .541 53 51 . 48 57 .451 41 04 ; . 39 eg ,505 53 .4110 .390 ,375 American League w. i,. ret. New York 71 M .B7G Cleveland -.. in ,|s r <m Chicago ....' sn so .537 Detroit 57 50 ,.M3 Moston 55 r, :i G0! | Washington 52 51 491 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SHARKEY TRAINS Philadelphia '. 31; 10 MO Nurllirasl Arkansas League W. L. Pel. Newport. 23 7 . TC7 | }sccola 10 10 .055" iatesvillo 15 ]j 530 JariithersvUlc |.| 17 ..[53 JoncslKiro 10 jo 357 'arngould '.' 7 23 !a:(31 Wall's Lassies Latest Ilireann Girls League; nay Tonight Hy J. I'. FltlKNl) A few weeks ago three softball managers were devising ways and means or stopping those ,-ampanl Nu-Wa Clcaifers, who threatened lo lake everything l>y storm In the Girls Softball League, nut 5 l,, c e Hie Cleaners have been tamed al . lenllon is focused on another icr - ous threat In the loop. It |!j *j|". thcvillc steam Sundry, nn aenrc- ?!} H, I)aC r d by lhc "markable "Itching of Evelyn "ifarry" Mt - npnnltl, boyish i jlixora > n I no protoges of Harold "Trlgcer" Wall, and his corps-of workers have co]ijicd four In ' a row nnd' have Jufpcd from the lowly cellar lo a commanding position ' At present they arc tied with'j-ick Baseball Results Sniithcrn Ij-ague lilnnlngham 5-2, Memphis 3-1 Little nock 5-2, New Orleans 1-0 Knoxvlllc 5-2, Nashville 4-1. Chattanooga ,|-0, Atlanta 2-2. National League Brooklyn 4-5, Boston 2-0 New York (i, Philadelphia 2 Chicago iJ-10, PHLsljurgli 2-1 Cincinnati 10-12, St. Louis 2-5. American league Cleveland 0-5. Chicago 1-2 St. Louis 4, Deli-oil 3. Hoslon a. Washington 2 New York 7-3, Phllndctphin 0-0 (first game 10 Innings). Northeast Arkansas I.camie Cnrnllicr.sville 8-0, Osceola 4-2 Untcsvllle c-12, Pnrngould 3-5 Newport 11-2, Joncsboro 1-0 Today's Games Sotilhr-i-M I.cagnc Mcmphb; nl New Orleans. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Only games scheduled. National League Chicago nt St. Lnnls. New York at, Brooklyn, lioslon nt Philadelphia. Only-games scheduled. Amprifan Lracllc Washington at New York. Philadelphia at liostoii. Only games scheduled. Nnrth'ciist Arkansas League Open dale. . ",,'"- ll i"n^v. Coca "«> Is leading Nu-Wa Cleaners INTO games with four to go be'for w curtain falls, August 30 : i"nc schedule tonight for'l'hc lm games pairs- N n-Wa Cleaners anc; Jack Applcbaum In the first "amc «ilh coca cola innglln " wllh u Laundry crew IU the second co- 'est. Play, will begin at 8 p™ Several possibilities may "develop «i Ihe last stages of llie-mce r coca cola Bottlers win at least (two pT ( their four games tl, oy win I he nug with three victories'' Nu- Wa must lake all four to gain a He, providing the Bottlers i osc a couple. Lnundry and Applebamn Dree games out of first place, hms ake all four anil the Bottlers mis lose tlirec of four to-got into "he llnin" 0 , ThC . W!ly l '" C tCni " S ll!lVC been going mtoiy almost anything Uposslble. But Ihe yellow. s ,inert Sk" C ° Cf> C ° la ' lave lh ' e inslllc j Foreman Pitches Five-Hit Victory at Bailey Park With "Happy" Foreman., former Osiroln „ tenor,' on .the mound'the' Mint Amlcrsqn club of Memphis won over .the'Gold:Crest Brewln» CoiiiDnny • lenm, g to Vnt'rfnrrv Bnileys state line park yesterday nrlrihree ta'tle™" *"''"* °'"' and pitched w cl| llirouglimil the gnmo, allowing but rive 5iils The Anderson club hit Leflv I'aync. the Gold Crest moundsmnn freely to win their 24th game of the season. They have lost only 7 games. The Gold Creslcr's also boast, a,good record of 20 wins and 10 losses. Rend courier News want Ads. Greene- is competent in every way lo make Mississippi cmmly ;i County Sh:ii-I;e.,- skips rope :il til ramrns ciimp .-,1 O^mgebural., JV "i., -.vlierc the formcM- lie;iv.v- weisht champion is prcparin" for his 10-i-onnt! contest win" Joe Louis at Y;iukuc Stadium Aug. 18. For many reasons Virgil c.reene is Hie strung man for County Judge, and one of the main reasons is, that he will gel the larg- csl number of volfs. In you think any big; business Himlil employ a superintendent O r ma.rascr who luid more business of his own than he couhl look -"«? Virffll Greene will ,,,,11 (| le iractira cif i :lw ilm! ,| cv()(( . llb ' iliolc lo the comily's busl- irss. Rcforc Von Dny Any Olitboanl - gee the NEPTUNE 2 II. P. Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 10 H. P.) HUBBARD TIRE & JJATTERY CO. 145 COOLEST SPOT IN'.'TOWN I Last Time Todai/ B UY A PACK of Double-Mellow Old Golds from any one of 850,000 ciga'retle merchants in the U.S.A. . . . Man.' you'ue got something! 20 cigarettes that spell "Fresh!" with a capital "F"l 20 cigarettes as fragrant and flavorful as the day they lelt the factory. 20 cigarettes protected from dampness, dryness, dust and every other foe of cigarette enjoyment—by duo sturdy jackets of the finest moisture-proof Cellophane obtainable. This double Cellophane wrapping brings you Old Gold's prize croft tobaccos in the uery pink of condition. Brings you real factory-Irak cigarettes . .. whether you buy them at a "back woods" stand or a big city cigarette counter. (Establislied 1760) P.S,: That "Double-Moncy-Back" offer still holds good. It's open for 30 days from today. PRIZE CRO^P TOBACCOS make them flAIIDI r 2 JACKETS, DOUBLE "CELLOPHANE," uep th«n, FACTORY- FRESrf Paramount x cws , T cc i m i co | or C'aitoon and Novelty —Admission— Mftlincc-10 & Z5c-Wi(h Ic Tax iNiglil—10 ,t 35c—Wilh Ic Tax TUESDAY IS $100 BANK'NIGHT! Shorts Vou can attend Mie Matinee Tuesday, rceislor and have a fh.inre to «in liank Dciwsil wilh- ont lirinff presrnl Tucsilay Nljlil. — Maliticc—lO * ZSc-Wll), Ic Tax Nlghl-10 ,v 35c-Wilh Ic Tax -COJITNO SOON- •YOUUS 1-OK Tin; ASKING" with George llafl. "ORKEX PASTURES" wllh Kcx TnRrain. '•nKVII, no!,I." with Lionel narrj-mnrc and Maureen O'Sullivan. "TO SIAHY, WITH I.OVE" will, , ,,\Vv"" " :lxl<lr a "'' Myrn.1 l.oy. "IHIY1ITM ON TIIK RANGE 1 " ttitll IHlljr Crosby. H,,|, |,,, rlls anil Frances Farnirr. jUOiNDAY,-. AUGUST 10, 1930 . "^ •— »» From Governor Futrell To Mr. Bailey;- QUESTIONS AND ANSWKRS- Yoti have ijskcd me a iitimbei" of questions.' The answers follow I he suggestion that I double-crossed Ashley is false s-id r?-!!m W ( C i' l ° y ° 1 ."' ( ! llcslio ';, w , it1l1 reference lo Kd McDonald, 1 have iio of fU VCly bcK """"? l V il becal!sc of >' our un «t"<as for the position of Governor any man in the race was preferable to vou In lh? ,S ftr Gomi.^ 1 "'"' 1 '™ 11 "^ ' wn " ^ S ^ So far as I know, there are no judges meddling in McDonald's Seen- JUT™ 01 "! '"'• ' U "" e '' S r' Ul • y ° 11 havo a » ™S" Ai'l -uunceiy Judge wlio is very active in your campaign 1 have never said I was opposed to old ago pensions. If I had been I would not have signed the old age pension b'ill, by which it became rJJ'Tr " CVC1 ; sai(i °" c wtml l ' 1 ' onl which il CO "'<1 lie implied lint 1 opposed tree education above the eighth grade ' l 1 have some relatives on the state nav roll just as vou Invo •„,,] *i,m. ?M ahfie "-,f 0 , tio the work: llllt Mr-'McUonald has , nade «V In he or •„ Jmo W " ' Je CO ", lim A e<1 in tllesc !)laccs ' iuul ' sh«l Mcv" r a '" " 01 anyone who may be Governor to appoint them or any otl e ' to any position in the Stale Government. 1 have no knowledge Uiat any employe in the State ' , MIL vu my , ^''I'^J'o appointed by me, they will be sl ,m, a call W i li. I imdcrslaml that many employes, including yours ,v, male voluntary contributions to candidates j,, several raVs ihere is no vacancy in Ihe Supreme Court in prosned Whv ,)„ ,-„„ MnTki.H' 1 ' 1 ^ 0 ^. 1 h! ' Ve nevcr appHc(1 to a Cove™,- for a ±i o QUESTIONS- Now Mr Bailey, I will ask you a few questions. von ,1 y , V 01 , 1 C0 " fos l ° " violat -'°" o1 ' - VOUI ' °»lh of office when lo lad icnclcrcd an 0 |,,nion which you know not to be the law' Why did you pretend that yon were offered a $50 000 bribe in I he ».»». i»me U,»l nir«,| ,.„„ „,« 1,,-il,,. Wll ' cM ' for «mp,«gn headquarter, on '»w, and ing them g °" W con.acted Pnrt of the lniMn ™.t why didn't V1 ,i,d o ke ; \Vhv di You had a fund a 1S ; (If - vo " »>'' » ""'" of «'«on. <Istoi> il before 'it was too late? ' : :,M r ' Bni ! cy> ,- VOL1 -'' Ca , lixe lhat E<1 aicDo »«W « g re losi m '""'."i 80in B to wm ll - v il bi K »'"Jonty-that daily vou ie losing ground in this race. Yon also know that. Mr Hob Cook of hriC'l'l 1 ' 111 , 'r >S "' L - a Cha r l ° Wi " UliS rncc ' K0 «« ci£s Ed McDonald Ss '" K « orei - nn « nt »« going lo V0 le for HEAR GOVERNOR FUTRELL, STATEWIDE RADIO HOOK-UP FOR ED MCDONALD, MON. NIGHT, 9:is

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