The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 4, 1934
Page 6
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t AG ..(ARK.) Uneasy Lies Head that Wears Crown - - By Krenz BEHTK6 IRElSp Chalk ; Up Fifth Win; Bill •-, Pollard Turns in Card .of 73 __ • Blytheville golfers scored Ihclr . fifth consecutive Hriumph In Inter-club tourney competition when they trounced t'oc Jonesboro country club golf team over Hie local course yesterday. The score, baoed OT a. point syslcin of scoring 1 , was •fl to 18. • '' Tlw locals defeated Joncsboro the Sunday before at Jonesuoro to register their fourth victory of (lie • reason, which has. yet to sec the Blytheville team detailed. - Andy Cusick, pro of the Jonesboro club, was as hot ns the weath- ed yesterday, turning In a 71, three strokes under par. for two rounds of the course. • In turning the trick Cuslck beat Jlmmle fossick, nly- t'-eville pro, and avenged a detent suffered st the hands of the local player at Jonesboro. Among the club golfers Bill Pollard was the medalist with a card of 73 strokes, one under par. Pollard was two strokes over par on the first round hut toured the course In sensallon- nl fashion t'c second round, carding a 31, including three birdies. Individual scores follow: Player Out In Tl. n. ,1 J\KsIck 37 41 7i 0 CuEslck :14 37 71 3 Banister 43 30 42 2 Sloan 40 43 89 Lynch 38 41 79 2 Busick 45 41 M Shane 45 41 M l Puryear 47 39 8S Lent! 38 40 78 2 Turner 30 41 SO Pollard 39 34 73 3 Ban-on, p. 43 40 83 Roland 42 43 85 2 Thorp 49 43 92 l AMUck 43 44 88 3 Pryor .-... 47 49 96 0 Buck 45 43 M 1 Barren, J 45 43 88 0 Berlin •... 44 42' so 2 Du'dley 44 43 87 0 Florida 40 42 88 0 Williams 43 35 81 3 Harriett 43 46 80 0 Eskew 36 43 79 3 Caudlll 46 43 89 0 Lutterloh 43 44 87 2 England 42 41 83 S Shelly 52 44 9fi 0 Gooch 38 39 77 3 Elk 46 47 03 0 Whltworln 40 46 86 3 ' Bunn 49 50 99 0 Branson 47 45 92 0 Archer 43 44 87 3 D»Yid 46 44 K 0 Jonas 45 44 89 2 ' Totals ......':'.;...... 27 18 I«P KELIFS JINX Finally Win From Memphis Ace; Pelicans .Go into Second Place GOODMAN/ New Yorkers Beat Athletics As Browns Take Cleveland; Cards Lose The New YorT"Yankees swept tack into the American league *ad yesterday, trouncing the Phll- idelphlu Athlelles. The leading aidinals of the National league but. held their position. BOy WrTH PAUL RUMVAN SHOOTING GOLF AND LKW50N UTtLE- BUASTIN& 0.5,0 PEN THRONE. BE IN GRAVE DANGER AT THE. CRICKS CLUB, PWLftDELPHlA,JWC 7-9 13 Innings .Played Sandv Ridge Before Winning Run Scored Sandy Ridge defeated ''Shady Grove In 1J innings in a ball game at Sandy Ridge, park, south of Blytheville, yesterday afternoon. Lawrence, Ridge hiirler, struck out 15 men as his team won. The Shady drovers from west of Big Lake used two pitchers with Shelton starting and Marsh finishing. Lawrence scored the winning run for his team, in the 13th stanza. The Rldgers -collected '10 hits and the Grove team:annexed nine blows. .' , : • • The box. score, folintn; ... Sandy. Ridge "'.". . .AB A. Bevills, If Marshall, c Vance, 2b Games, Ib Barker, cf Eubanks, Tf ' The Little Rock Travelers qu\- lasted the Memphis Chicks at ! -jjt;- tle Bock Sunday'; whining 101 to 9, In a Boutherh Association : ball game. Both teams were hitting the ball hard with the Chicks collecting 16 hi Is and the Travelers 13. Harry Kelley was the losing pitcher, losing his power over the Travelers, winner. and' Nugent was the Dixon, ss ' '..... • 5. Bunch. 3b \ 5 Lawrence, p. . :.,. 5 Tolals •".. .'...'..•. 48, Shndy Grove " AB H. Smith, If 6 C. Smith, ss 6 Wills, cf 6 Bellinger, 2b fi Smith. 3b 6 Howard, yb o Robinson, c G Simpson. Ib <t Conner, rt 4 Shelton. p 2 Marsh, p '. '.. 3 llmiiiicut Moots Kimble; Allen To Try Slolo Bill Hunnicutt, the man with the powerful arms, who had little trouble disposing of Sergeant Burns here last week, will have n harder problem on his hands when he meets Spmly Klmblo tonight nt the. armory, promoters believe. The pair, heavier than the usu- An Ocean Gianl Agfiin Puts Onl to Sea ' SS Laid up a year HBO as loo unprofitable to oiwrale, famed S. S. Lcvlntlum lins lx?en ordered by the Dc- TJw Yank* took the Athletics 5 i iartmfnt of Commerce to resume Unas-Atlantic .service. Here the giant liner is seen steaming by New ENCIRS LOSE Osceola.Club Drops Decision to Memphis at Osce- o 3 behind tlw pining of Gomez, who chalked up hi", eighth •iclory. Two ' of the Macks mas were - homers, by Jimmy Foxx, iehris,.nuth and also hit or the circuit.' The Detroit 'Tigers blasted out oar homers to beat the Chicago 1 White Sox' ll to .2 at .Chicago.' Ooslin. Coehranc, Oreenbcrz and Cichrljiger carried the. big wallop. Bridges was the' winning hiirler. The Cleveland Indians fell from he lead when .they lost to the St. xuils Browns' by a score of 12 to " A total of. 18 hits was rhade >y the Brownies. Andrews was] lie winning- pitcher: Tl>e; Boston- Red Sox defeated .he \yashington- Senators 7 to 2 at Washington.' Tlie "Bed Sox Rot, o the ofTerlriRs of Earl Whltehlll nnd OslermutUer held tho Nats to eight scattered blows. PittsbiirRh's Pirates trounced the Cardinals, 4 .to-a. .Melhe was tho winning pitcher 'and Corleton the loser. Martin's homer gave the Cards hope in the seventh but. they couldn't get . to Hoyt, relief pitcher. . • . . : Tile Phillies defeated the Giants at New .York. 6 to 2. Davis wns the. winning pitcher and Clark the loser. Jeffries hit two homers and Allen, J. Moore and Jackson also hit for the circuit. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Cincinnati Reds' 7 to 1 at Cincinnati. The Cubs', won-with Malone on the mound, giving up 11 hits but keeping'them scattered. Hart- nee hit for four bases. j Boston Braves lost a 5 to 1 dc-! cislon to -the Brooklyn Dodgers. 1 1, Brooklyn rookie, .halted he Bastonians' winning streak, vhich had reached seven straight, games. Elliott was the losing pitcher. York's p![iie wftterfirmt on her way In Roxtnn for vejwtrs. ealcuhilrcl lo cost $100.(KW. Death on WWIs ola Sunday OSCEOLA, Ark.—Osceola's U. E. Engineers lost a o lo 2 decision to al run of matmen who perform the Memphis Dry Cleaners yester- here, will meet in a preliminary match, two out of three falls for an hour or less. In the main go Johnny Stole, the Clevelandcr, nnd Roy Allen, the lad who likes to use his feet, meet. They wrestled here thrte weeks ago with Stoto getting the verdict, winning two out of three falls, by taking the last two. . Chorus of 3,000 Will Have Singer* From 3 Nations day. Gibson of tr.e Memphis elub hd(| the Engineers to six widely scat trcde.hits. Haynes and Porter ited the Dry Ctenners to 9 blo The Dry Cleaners started tl scoring by making one run In flrst Inning. Osoeola came bark'. get one In the third. The Mem'J pnu club added one in the tourtt and two. in the fifth arid followed with two runs in the eighth. Osre- oWa added one more. The Engineers made five errors and the Memphis team a'pair. SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (UP) ''• ™ "igmeers P«y. «i Ha -Three' nations will be represent- 7*"*^. and Blythevilte ed in a •chorus of 3.000 who will llcrc Sunday, participate in a concert at the L. 0 D. S. <Mormon) Tabernacle licre 11 June 9. 2! Vocalists representing branches I — ]of the church in United Stntts, 10 Canada and Mexico will sing the H concert under the direction of 2 Noble Cain, leader of the Chicago 0 Capella choir nnd associated mii- O.slcal director of the Century of 0 j Progress exposition. ^; The feature will be one of jev- ° oral features of the Mutual IBI- ^.provemcnt association, an uuxil- | lary of the Mormon church, at its ' annual general conference. Bc- 0 twccn 6,000 and 8,000 leaders 'of 0 the church's youth will attend. Medical Men Ponder Over Strange ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)—A case described as one of th« most unusual in medical history continues to puzzle surgeons here. Frederick MvCredie, a machinist, accidentally was "struck on the head with a hnmmer by a fellow- worker in 1925. He appeared to be unhurt. One month later, however, he was found wandering along the. street 1 ;, unable to remember his Man in Arms Totals 49 5 9 Deserves Citizenship K He Flunks Exams AMARILLO, Texas (UP)—A man ! New Seats Planned For Hambletonian Fans .children. Gradually his memory returned; but lie discovered he had forgot-: ten his trade completely! There arc' Atlanta's Crackers' dropped two games to Nashville's Vols with Brillheart, Nashville lefty, getting credit for both victories. Brillheart pitched, a 4 to 1 victory In the opener and relieved Speece to hurl fire innings of the second game and get his second win. The score was 5 to 3. The Knoxville Smokies won two games from the Chattanooga Lookouts at Knoxvi lie. The scores were AMARILLO Texas (UP)—A man la Pl w111 Promises to rival (lint of in other trots mid paces during 6 to S and 2 to 0. Linke hurled who' fights for (lie United Stales i a>0 Kentucky Derby, 1ms drawn the Grand Circuit week. Aug. tlie shutout. Is entitled to citizenship in the . such 1ar 6e crowds thai 10.000 new H-18. ' the Hambletor.lan steadily throughout Th« Ntw Orleans Pelicans gained on th« leading Vols and moved into second place when they split even with the Barons as the Crackers- lost a 'pair. The Pels dropped th« first game 3 to 2 but, look the second, 5 to 4. to watch the classic, only 15.000 seats. "=' I The Hambletonian will be nm GOSHEN. N. Y. (UP)—The $-10.- ! AiiR. 15. In addition, purses ng- 000 Hambletonian Stake, whose gregatins $00,000 will be' ollereri in United States, 'even though hci 50 "' 5 *'"! °c added soon nt Hie Interest Jonesboro Caddy Team Has Better Luck Than Seniors (ails to pass the routine examinations, Federal Judge James C. Wilson ruled in granting citizenship to Antonio Glarrochl. Oiarrochi, an immigrant trom : aly, enlisted in the army during ic World War and served for hrcc years. That record means lore tluin a good grade In an ex- mination, the Judge declared. '• Grand Circuit trotting track., has mounted Approximately 30,000 fans jjm- the nation since it was inaugurat- med Good Time Park a year ago cd in in30. Jonesboro country club golf c»d- dies defeated Blytheville caddies In a tourney «t Jonesboro Saturday The' score itas 11 to 10. The win for the Jonesboro t*am In a measure avenged a one-sided trouncing the Cralfbml county team recelv- «d tne week lietore here. The Individual scores and point* with BlytheviOe caddies listed Erst to each p»irto« follow: John Ed Misho, 71, no points; Howard Wil coxln, 71,. thr»e points; Eline, Wri«ht, 78, two points; John Wai l»c«, «, one point; Wed Wrigh M, two potats;: Sherman, K. ooe point; Roland a, no( pokts; Thom as, TJ, three poiat*; Dennis Wright, TJ,- three points; ilarthaler, »0, no ; Omar Ilkto, . n, thr«« ; JfajoW torn, M,- no potaU; NON-SKID SPOT PAD TRUSSES The Perfect Rupture HpWersI SEE OUR FITTER NOW Consultation, »nd Advice Free. We have a special type for your 11 rupture! fUWmni Dhfc (W Inc. U * Mate St NOTICE Under a new state law poll tax must be paid on or before June 15 to qualify for participation in the August Democratic primary and the November general election. C.H.UILSON Sheriff and Collector manacd from. Mew \brk SartTmncISco in- 63 "iipurs, 2A- minutes. Six^few "Ybrkers shob for calling it TriscD* Somewhere on the mainland of Panama is saici to be a great store ol gold hidden by Sir Francos [ Drake after he liati sacked the jcity of the same name. EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS liv Horace Wakrfield Phillips Motor Co. •Til in'a ntvtl enpaicment JDQ c«n depend oq a itUiidle to carry un at close quarters ID c»» you duo't catch on. Enjlgu W. F. Uaasldj ot Fort VVorth. Tei.. ulyes rriu an Idea atler receiving 'till deitrra from tha Naval Academy at AD- napolij. Helen Kl»h«r or Annapolis la tk« lick? gin. Grim tragedies of the race-track—breatli-laklng and death-dealing— are recorded in these sensational photographs taken In this country I arid.abroad, A traction of a second after the picture above was made,' George Herzog, participant'In a race at Hohokus, N. J.. was fatally'] injured when his skidding car overturned, fell upon and crushed him. I Another' skid victim was Spaggiari, contestant in Rome's International i motorcycle contest, who was caught by the cameraman ns he was shot I from the saddle of his cycle—and killed. ! Last Time Today ( J Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Mite 7:15. 10-35c 4th Daofhter ti Get Dtfrtt BOSTON. (UP)—For Hie fourth succesaire.year, a daughter of President Daniel L Marsh of Boston University will get a degree from that institut'on this year. Madeline is tr.e 1934 graduate. Molber and Son to Graduate OLOUSTFJl, O. (UP)—Mrs. Phena .Householder and her son. Wilbur, who entered hi»h school to- ited, by order of the state plant! board, effective May 25. 1934. PAUL H. MILLAR, Chief Inspector State Plant Board. 5-30-ck-O-ll I WARNING OKDEK IN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. Ret'rcr four years asro. are mem-i Edna Allsbrook, a minor by her bers of tile graduating class of JacXson-Triblc Hish School here. They completed the same course with similar grades. Read Courier News Want Ads. | warned to next friend, Mary Smith, Plain tiff. No. 5721 vs. Noel Allsbrook, Defendant. The defendant. Noel Alisbrook is', k GINGIR appear within thirty ! JAMES DUNN NOTICE OF QUARANTINE The sweet potato plants in the two long beds belon-ing to R. w. Rieglns and Dr. Robiivson. Blytheville, nfter inspection have been found excessively diseased with bbck rot and haw been placed under quarantine (short bed not Sn!e of plants from quarantined beds b prohib- I ., ! days In the court named in the' I caption licrcof and nnswev rite I ••om.nlaint of lh= plaintiff. Edna AIKbrook. a minor by her next friend. Mary Smith. D.'tcd this 21st day of May, 1934 R. I.. GAINES. , Clert; W. Cook, Paramount News Our Gang Comedy Tuesday - Weds. A Grand 'Hollywood 9 Premiere RITZ THEATRE Tomorro* - Wednesday Tomorrow - Werinesdnv IT'S UNIQUE —BECAUSE— Like It Ha» Beta Attempted in STARS Will start to arrive at 1:3* o'ctek In New Dodjes iml PlymiKiths f*rr(shfd by W. 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