The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1936 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 11, 1936
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; PAGE SIX SMI PITCHES WIN P| HIM Jack Applcbaum Store Vic'lim; Laundry Defeats Leading Coca Cola Standings Coca Cola Nu-\Va Cleaners .. Blyllievllle Laundry Jack Appleluum .. •w. L. PCI. 8 G 8 7 7 8 e o By Harry Grayson iiy J. i'. ntiEM) Sadie Stanley, Nu-Wii hurling ace, entered the! hnll of fame by pitching n no-hit, no- run game v ngainst Jack Applc- baum Slore, last night In th= first garni; of a double header, nnd enabled the Cleaners to nil vancc within one game of tlie league lending Cocr. Coin Dottier.!, who were beaten by Blythcvillr Steam Laundry. 3-2, hi the aflcr- piece. ' Only, three enemy nniner.s reached base on the Nu-Wii star, whose hilltop ability lias been one of the bright failures ° of Ihe girls loop, juantla. Grimes was awarded the only pass of the same In the first Inning, nnd Hazel Lnle.s followed with a fielder's choice. Ruby Lutes gol acquainted witli Ihc initial sack in. the fifth 0,1 Dorolhy Nichols' error. Other than that It was loo bad for the linuiu- ers, Ten of Jack's' Queens were turned back ,ln order from the fiist to the fifth, niiother league lecoid. Sadie struck out five. The winners scored four of their 6lx rims off Mrs Lillian Drowning in-three Innings (lignite the Me: flmt the speed hnll i-wlrler yielded but .two hits during her "three frame tenure. Nine bases on balls made up for the difference. She struck out .six. Eula Whittle relieved her and was soaked for £lx hits In (he final two ciinlos for Iwo runs. Mnrle Igiehnrt nm! Helen ins- let led Ihe assault'with two hlto apiece. One of Laster's was for Ihe clrciiil in the fifth, scoring Mnrle nhcnd of her, who had (singled. Laundry Moves U|> Blyllievllle Sleam Laundry moved Inlo undisputed Ihlrd place, just one game behind Nu-Wn,nnd two behind Coca Colii, 0:1 the itrong j rishl nrm of Evelyn "Hairy" McDiutol. Evelyn held. Uie pace sctleis to thrno hits and' gained the'declsloii over Mary Lou! Whittle, the Botller luminary, for 1 her fiflh Consecutive victory. Mary Lou wns touched for bill out' more but was not accorded the suppoil by her mates as mis the boyish Luxora girl. Both struck out seven Evelyn did not Issue a bnse on balls Mary Lou walked but two. Gwendolyn Fisher, singing her swan song before leaving for Memphis where she will go in training.''at the Methodist hospital, gave the Bottlers nn curly Irad in the first when she clouted a home run. The Bottlers held the margin until the last of the fouith when Laundry pushed over two runs. Pauline Russell started with a base on balls. Edna George singled to right scoring Russell who "ad advanced on a passed tall. McD.inlel moved her up on an infield out. Opal Parks hit salely scoring Ednn. Blanche Morris also singled but Lucille Suddelh fanned. . Coca Cola knotted the count iii the fifth oh an error, an inflelu out and Pauline Hllburn's single Adelaide Cowsert scoring. ' Laundry tallied th« winning marker with only one away in their turn at bat. Pauline Paslcy missed a third strike. Doris Fowler gained life on Fisher's bobble. She went down on a wild pitch and sprinted home when Eunice Scott banged one. . , First Came ~* R H V Nu-Wa 013 02-c 8 1 Jack Applebaum 000 000—0 0 f Stamey and C. Whittle; Browning, E. Whittle nnd E. Whittle. Second Gfarno Coca'Cola ...... 100 01—2 3 3 Lao/Klry 000 21-3 4 a M. L. Whittle and "Buchanan; McDaniel and Scott. NEW YORK.—flic New York Yankees sweep on to Ihe American League pennant with a perfectly bain need batting order. It's an extra hitting club, any regular of which Is likely to bell the ball Into, the next precinct at any time. When Charley Ruffing works, ihcrc Isn't a single turn at tat where an opposing pitcher can breathe easy. Tlie Nokonils redhead Is one of the j most dangerous hitlers in the I tame. • . I The Yankees' learn average Is .315. Joe McCarthy's array has amassed more than te home runs lo date and leads boll) major circuits In mass production of runs, It is an outfit of good speed. Its members can bunt, hit and run, ami do all the oilier things Una conlrllnilc to n diversified and de- uislnllng attack, The Detroit Tigers were .shot In ••pieces by iiijmics and Mines.-:. The'* Boston Red Sox suffer for want' '"B BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FIN-ISI1TQP Welch Loses pion"; p Ex-Vol. oo e to "Cham- Victim oi 'By J. r. ritlKNI) Johnny Mum, Mobile, A!n., successfully turned back the bid of, Roy Welch for his so-called "southern light heavyweight wrestling championship." by Inking two of three falls from the Canadian Wildcat last night at the open air arena. The Standings Southern league W. L. P C t. Atlanta 75 n ,335 Nashville C8 48 -.580 Birmingham CO 55 .522 ClmUunoogn 5(j G7 ' 491; Llllle Rock 54 New Orleans i4 Knoxvltle ^ Memphis 44 58 • .482 80 .11-1 60'; .111 National SI. Ixuils Chicago- .., New York . ' The. "champion" won the' first New Vol ' k and third falls, with Welch COD- Pittsburgh in (he | Cincinnati ping (lie other, Eddie Wayliind. Knoxvllle, Tennessee, former star guard on the! punbury (Conn.) Trojans, semiprofessional foollmll team, and! who made n hid for the 19321 Olympics In the wrestling trials! at Ornnd Rapids, Mich., iniulc his t n successful one by down-1 n stubborn Doc Poolc, Ra- i Cincinnati licston Brooklyn ... Philadelphia League VV. I,. . ... C5 42 ---- 03 42 ..." 00 40 . , : . 53 02 Pet '.(J07 .GOO TUESDAY, AUGUST U, the Chicago White Sox rose from comparative obscurity under tae miracle man, Jlnnny Dykes. They returned to Comlskcy Park with a road record of n triumphs In 21 engagements, mainly nl the expense of eastern teams. "Briny on those Yanks!" shouted a highly enthused baseball population. Joe McCarthy's stalwarts cam? Runaway Race Hits Patronage in Final Week of Campaign. liy IIAftKY GKAYSON NKW YORK.-Ncw York Yankees, lengthening ihclr pronoiinceti lend alincfil dally and np'pni'cntlv on all right. July 24. There was much excitement. Bollles were hurled from grandstands packed and squelched the Redmen's up- . lowly Browns taking twn ™,t rising. The Tribe had worked up three. its followers to such a pitch that) The three contests the third game was switched to Chicago In two days were pool Cleveland* beautiful lake front for 05,000 customers nnd In stadium, where C5.342 persons trait four games in as nuinv dus saw the clubs battle 10 thrilling brought out 59000 S ' ..... Innings to a 4 to 4 tie. I'lay In ZI0.8I2 :i \Vcslern Trip Colonel Jacob Rupperl's v.-oiild have , The latter stressed (lie Detroit fans' loyalty to their club. The I Yanks performed at Navin Held club the first four days of the week highly satisfactory and after Hie Doslon Red Po season financially If u <iid,,i ,,iay nm u| , | al - 8C ECOres ' - ' Lo nnoliiLT customer, r> " - "•--- with three consecutive .vielories find nnoLticr prominent viva) crushed. in Cleveland, the Indians were of land crowd Wu» second'!^: U"^^^^" t'ooV if," ") at lrad , . " ald to sce ">«r- games from the Yankees. | oerers row nils year. The Yan-i T» r-i n ., n i n .,,i n,« n. the. I WO tnled 23 000 51 4!) 42 30 MS 53 • .491) 67 ; .402 06 , . American of pitching and failed lo click nsi ll; W>. N - C-, I" the semi-final. Tim a unit. The Cleveland Indians'.erstwhile University of TVnnes- n •-, 11 01 lack dash nnd fire nnd nppciir awed when opposed by real class. The Junior wheel as a whole Isn't as formidable us It has been In seasons gone by. Tlie ftiippcrlK breeze to the world series- in an off year insofar as robust competition Is concerned. This does not deli-act from their offense, however. II compares quite favorably wllh ihat of flug- galherlng uggrcgnllons of tiicjmt. Crosetll, Holfc, DlMnfglo, Cich- rig, Dickey, Selkirk, Roy Johnson or Powell, and Uiracri present u sucivssloii of headaches lo rival dealers, • < . _ The trouble slnvts with Pi-ankle Crosettl, who is hilling .300 and Is as smart nl Urn pinlc as he Li nl shortstop. batter seldom „ "all nnd draws many bares .»> bolls «s a result, lie 1,1(5 „ long hall and <lrlves In a .surprising Uosloi scan captured two "of "three"'fails.' ^""LOII'IS"" (Ust> ' I Htlladeljihla Welch carried the flghl lo Johnny from the beginning, bewilder- Northeast Arkansas League Ing the champ wllli -his speed . W and skill for the first fifteen mln- I Newport 2:1 W, L, ;i>ct. 71 35 48 50 SO 55 53 53 54 38 09 3il 70 . I .1110 MO .Ml .5'tt .503 b, Pel Dili superior weight began' Osccola . lo tell on Roy.-and he fell a ^ic- • Batesvllle' tlm lo a fli!lire four head flip In' " This right-handed swlnijs at. a bad ninnbei man of runs for leadnir Red Rolfc's average ... .,.„,. ,„ addition . to his power, tins left- handed hitter Is nn exceptionally fine -bmitcr. He Is very fasL and knows how to slide away from me ball on nn extra base hit. The Bronx ' Murderers' ' row reaches Its npex with DiMngglo CJehrill, Dickey, ami Selkirk. Joe DiMti minutes for the first fall. Co Overboard Action reached the peak after the ten minute rest period, during which time nil three—Welch, MIUTS and the referee—made trips out of the ring lo the door. The Wildcat was the llrst to go, miss- Ing a hinge and going out on his cranium. Upon his return ho picked up the tlllc-holdcr nnd heaved him over Ihe ropes. Man--Clacked Ids back on Ihc edge of the ring, and for a time It was doubtful Hint h e would be able to continue. As soon as he got back Into Ihe ring Roy went to work on him. Attempting lo get them oif the ropes, Referee Everett Jennings pitched overboard below. Welch was again shortly after. and thrown out Two body slums and an Irish softened Marrs and Welch fell on him for the is inlniiles. fall. Marrs wins La si Welch fell n victim to his ov."i enthuslasni for Ihc last fall AJ he luid tliiii(js going liie prize, recruit — month of Aitgnsl „„).. E£l==HHS=S£rl ho-ilikes."Always ready, he ciiiendous pov er Into a i-ing which isn't slarlcd uiilll ic bull Ls right upon him. Any opposing manager or Itchcr will testify that there light to be a inw against Lou •cling. This amazing left-handed liter Is enjoying one of his fittest campaigns and Is bidding for nolher batting championship 'ith a mark of .380. When Columbia Lou Isn't swnl- Ing Ihe pellel put of Ihe park ie is "bunting"'doubles and Irl- 'les ngainst all fences. Like Dl- Ingglo, Ihc famous fli-sl Imenuin I ways is ready, and innkes few 'ilslnkes. His stride mensures no gels! MIU-I-S leaped for Caiuthersville -Jcnesboro .,. Paragould .707 ' 7 10 13 .5:ili 17 .452 IB .357 Baseball Reiultt Knulhrrii League ' New Oilcans 1, Memphis 0 (July game. ; National League SI. f-ouls 7, Chicago 3. nrooklyn C, New York 5. Boston 0, Philadelphia 7. Only gaiuei;. American League Washington 13, New York 4 Only game. Norlheasi Arkansas League Open dale. / _ • : • •^• nve-cub scramble for C |)atronar\nr' 0 ilT- 0f IT' " "''' tlle W B 8 l "« <" DiMaeglo,' Loiii "'ven wee™! of u G !'HM , ' " acllliB ' Dlekcy ' Sclkl ! k & Ce - '"«' 4MO Ping liathering ciute n tho' " Uc "", >e " lat , T ' p!cnly eootl c " 01 ' 8 "' that wns the ml 'y «l'ot Junior circuit make a i,!.h|t of"-'""" 6 " gu '^"" te ' 1 ""' l w ° 8«»ie S where they were knocked off, thu 'theli - - :eai, 10 me surprising Increase Ihc trade's Interest che" •alters played in St. where. Even Ihc more violent'ad- •»,mfiln,« ' CW rv°n! y d ' CtS C " ll ' t BCt llCalC<1 "I' 0 '«"' * admiM,ions. Odilly c i, Ib fig | U[n( , ,„,. bcco , ui |)hcc _ field a time or Iwo some time before the finish Meanwhile, more foiiunalc National League owners gather in Ihe .shekels as four or more arrays lighl it out nn the Wfty to the wire. 'This year Is no excep- ;J 5r, lion in Ihc older loop, with the •jlO HI. I.ouls Cardinals and Chicago Cubs again al each other's ihroats nnd Ihe New York' Oianls mak- ln» a determined effort to han" Read Courier News Want AUs. flying tackle and It was the end of Mr. Welch and the uin'lch Only six minutes were consumed. Wayland beat Poolc with n roll- Ing rocking chair split In 15 minutes. Poole knotted the count in live with a back body drop. A front cratch and body spin con eluded " minute.';. the. scientific, battle In. 11 Today's Games Soulhern League Memphis at New Orleans. Nashville at Atlanta. Little Rock at Birmingham Knoxvllle at Chattanooga. National fx-aguc Chicago at St. Louis. New York at Brooklyn Boston al Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh tames). American league Detroit at Cleveland. Washington at New York. St. Louis at Chicago. .Philadelphia at Boston. Northeast Arkansas League Jonesboro at Carulhersvllle. Osceola at Batesvllle. Paragould at Newport. Trailers Irk C. of C PHOENIX, Ariz. (UP)-A »•„ on the "house Iraller menace has been started by the Chambc of' Commerce here, which com pltlned. Ihat Ihe trailers reduce* house renlals, and were danger 6us to public health! Water, cooled from 30.5 degree! to 32 degrees Fahrenheit, expands cracked ._ ... 0 .^, n terrific ' one-elevenlh ' of volume. 1m- ball nore than six. Inches. His nense strength " sends the tiagiiificent distances. .azicri I'laee Illlirr Bill Dickey Ls a tall and flnl- oolcd leU-handcd hitter who ueets Ihc hall squarely nnil is ikely to hit any type "of pilch Ocorgc Selkirk, a swtnelng Inter, lakes n longer stride llian he others and consequently is osier to tool. 1-1,0 Canaitian- oin ontnelder wearing Babe Ruth's big No. 3 Ls u courageous Ihlelc. Very fnsl, he bcals oul nncld hits nnd it is difficult to hrow him out on nn extra base lit. With Myrll Hoiig out for the •ear, Jake Powell will see more duty than Roy Johnson due lo ils suiicriorlly alleld. Powell is a Jprky righl-haiidcd lilter. The Washington lad keeps winging his bat, but, like Di- Uagglo ami Oelnlg, walls mull he ball Is right on top of him icfore culling loose. lie Is nol a ong distance htller, bill can pick em up and lay 'cm down. Powell Is a betlcr hitler llian his average of .273 Indicates. He lilt .312 for the Senator In 1935. Johnson also is vnslly more respected than one would suppose n looking at his mark of .275 This savage left-handed hitler :ialtcd .316 for Ihe Red Sox lasl .eiui and is most dangerous with bare-runners knocking at the itoor. 'mis makes him a corking plnch-hltlcr. He seldom fails to jet a piece of Ihe pill. Tony La?j«ri Is a place hllter of rare ability. The best hit and run man in Ihe league, Ihe veteran from Ihc coast Is a bear at moving leammale-s along. He also swats a long ball, and is hitting 295 at present. Rogers Honisby says that most pitchers simply have given up They had good reason to after risking their lives ngalnsl in Yankees. Before Yon Bey Any Outboard - S« the NEPTUNE Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 16 !l. P.) HUBBARD TIRK & BATTKRY CO. The Crafton Company Headquarters For ARMY WORM POISON Phone 999 Just Southwest of Friseo Freight Depot There have been finer all-round championship outfits (ham the Yankees of 1930, .but tho : Broir* bombers fastened a -strangle; hold on the gonfalon In ti lc mm ( sat . Isfnctory way. They overpow-' cied each challenger in turn. First it was Washington, returning home after bagging 'u o f IK games on the road. The Ruppert Rifles marched into 'Griffith Sladium nnd twice bumped OIT Ihe Senators in u Fourth of,July double-header.' Unit K\eileincnl in Chicago" and. Cleveland Detiolt Tigers roared into Yankee Stadium, July 15. with a record of 14 victories In their' last 16 slnrls. It looked as though the .1935 champions might get- some place despite injuries nnd illness, but. the Yanks sent them away doctoring the .vomids of three reverses In four appearances. Catapulted by splendid pilchlnc, "Makin's" smoker for 40 years never rolled 'em so fast before! SPECIAL NO-RISK OFFER Roll yourielf 30 swell cti;&rell«i from Prince Albert. If you don't finrl them Ihe finest. tHilLettrolt- your-own ciictrellts you ever imakec], return tl.c ituclcel tin with the reit of die. tobacco in it to us &l an/ lima wjl],i n * ith from this tt&le, «nd we i lull p J. RernoUsTobacc . N.C THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE TAKE A TIP from Hugh Brady—veteran "m tk ill's" smoker who's been rolling 'em now for .10 years, llrady says 1 claim here anii now that you can't find tlie equal of Prince Albert when it comes to Ihequick rolling of lasly 'makiit's* cig i relies. Tlie big 2-otmce economy tin'is a real money-saver—arouml 70 ctgarctlesfromuveryojio of them." If you like Ihe mildness anil rich aroma of choice tobaccos, I' \ is your best bet. Croat ^' ne r °ll-y° nr " own cigarettes ui every 2-oz. tin of Prince Albert USED CAR PRICES PROVE THIS FACT. Of "All Three" Plymouth ( Commands Highest Prices \ for Year-old Models— is Most in Demand! PLYMOUTH muses highest «sd car prices., is in bidgcsl demand...according to dealers. , "All Three" low-priced cars cost about tlie same. Bui it's different after, they've liccn driven a year or more... nnd arc offoreit as used cars": : Plymouth modelscommaiul top pi-ices.are most in ileiiKind. Dealers everywhere confirm Una . . . declare it costs less lo recondition year-old Plymonlhs. The reason is, Plymouth is bu ill and engineered to take it ... to give IODK, trouble-free performance. GrcalenKiiieerinp;j;ivcs Plymouth aiuin- commonlyc[uict l simplc,G-cyliiulcr"l.-licai]" ONLY PLYMOUTH OF "ALLTHREE" HAS BOTH SAFETY-STEEL BODY -c.c railroad coacli. United liririrnnlnlly unii vertically lo car frame, Jives safest construclion. 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