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•^.v, PAGE'six ir&l 'lEJTEl By ? f -— •— ,Good Pitching Can Still Stop 'Em Even K ''They're Yanks /' . BY GEORGE KIRKSFA' Unit«d .Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, June 6. (UP)—The nay to stop the Yankees is to make them do their stuff against good pitching. All this talk about splitting the American League season after the all-star game July 11 because the Yanks are running away - with the pennant Is poppycock. * Lei the other clubs follow Del Baker's belated attempt to stop the .Yanks by tossing llielr best pitchers against them nt every turn. Baker finally pulled Hie wraps off Tommy Bridges yesterday and let him face the Yanks for the flist time this season. The slim Detroit right- hander pitched the Yanks into a whisper, allowing only four hits and blanking them for the first time this season. Bridges had the Yanks eating out of his hand, and was In trouble only once ns the Tigeis beat Monte Pearson, 3-0. In the ninth a single by Henrfch, a walk and Selklik's single loaded the bases. Bridges fanned Joe Cordon for slrikcoui No. 10 and forced Babe Dahlgien to pop out to end the game. Hank Grecnberg hit homer No 12, and Pinky Hlggim clouted another one to touch off the Tigers' winning rally in the fourth. It was Bridges' seventh victory and pear- son's first defeat. Today Baker' comes back with Schoolboy Rowe, an old Yankee beater who'll try to recapture some of the magic he used to weave around the Bronx Bombeis before Ills arm came up with the misery. That's the stuff, Del Keep giving 'eni the best you've got, Biidges ana Howe and Newsom. II the i other clubs would stop squawking about how the Yanks aic" running away with the liag .and go put there and give 'em the best they've got every day, thru we'd see a lillle Jun. Big loads hnve been blown before. The Yanks of 1922 blew a 14-gamc lead and Just barely 666 cliccVa , Tahiti* MALARIA 7 ihtyjj ami rvltflVc COLDS " Silve. Try"Ru managed, to beat on THE feronns by one game. The Chicago White Sox jno\ed to within a Eame nnd n li'nlf of second place by knocking off the AlhlcllM, 12-1, behind Jack Knoll's three-nit pitching. It was the first tltrie llifs season he had gone the route. Ollle Bejmn hit his Ihhd homer in as many clays for the White Box, who clouted 15 hits off Joyce and Parmelce. Earl Averlll, whom the Indians tiled to waive oul of the American League to sell lo 'Brooklyn, led Cleveland lo a 7-5 victory over the Unl Sox. He illigged out n homer nnd two doubles nnd drove In tluee rims. Boston rapped Johnny Allen for 13 hits but couldn't overcome a Y-l handicap. , Ofnclnniui • Continued lo draw away from the field in the National League by gouging the Ghints, 8-2, ind lengthening lliolr lend to 4" games. Bucky Walters held the Glnnts to seven hits for his FCV- !iiU> triumph.. Every R«l mado at enst one hit In a IC-lilt barrage »i Schumacher, Brown, nnd Castie- inan. Lombard! lilt homer No. 10 and McCormlck hit a Irlplc and two singles. The other three .Western clubs lost—the Bees slapped down the Cards. 10-4; the Dodgers tripped Ihe Pirates, B-2; and the Phillies beat the; Cute, 8-7. Mnx West's two homers featured'the Bees' triumph. Ernie Key's double with the bases packed was the big Brooklyn punch. Joe Marty and Klrby Hlgbe, ex- Cubs, helped ihe phlls beat their former males. Marty hit u homer with one on and Higbe was credited with the victory although lie had to have relief. Merrill May hnd a perfect day, "4 for 4." Yesterday's hero—Tommy Bridges, Deirail's slim curve bailer, who mvstinecl the Yanks and handed them their first shutout this season, 3-0. . ~ ' Max GetsjBylTipatliy From^ Little Woman COURIER NEWS Today's Games Northeast Arkansas League Pnragmtld at Jonesboro. Cnruthcrsville at Newport. Southern T.t'.igue Today's Sport Parade By Henry McLemor* June o. (UP)— ts shot here: and make the most uack at Memphis, night Little game. Kncxville at Nashville. . Birmingham nt Ne\y Orleans. Only (james scheduled. ' National Ixafua Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis nt Boston. American League Washington ut St. Louis. Philadelphia at Chicago. New: York- at Detroit. .' Boston,at Cleveland. NEW YOKK, Putting the spoi there: We will now ^ lllu J114JJl amazing prediction of the year... , uter more years than lie likes to remember, Hurry Cooper will win the National Open Golf championship al Philadelphia this week . . .All you clowns can laugh laugh, laugh at this forecast, this flying in the face of Guldahl, but I am naming a man who, if the record books do not lie, is the greatest hitter of a golf ball who ever lived. Forget for a moment that Harry never won the National Open championship, and no man living . . . lint A snail can crawl over the keenest razor blade without culling Itself. FREE- SWIMS / The following persons: Wm. Young', Blythcv iltc Kay Francis, Biythcvlllo Gloria Martin, BlylhcviUc Dixie Lee Quinn, OsccoU Sarah l,ou RTcGuCclicn, IVvl. Sara Ju Little, HI) llievillc Jcaiiella Scabaugli, B'vllle Alton .lasers, Bljllicvlllc «. O. Wllkins, I.iixora Edcllo Itcgenolil, Armurol will be the f/uests of R. D, Hughes & Co. and Die MISS. COUNTY FAIR ASS'N. for FREE SWIMS Wednesday night, ,J,me 7K, at BLYTHEV1LLE MUNICIPAL POOL -' CALL AT K. I). HUGHES •£ CO FOR YOUR TICKETS AND ENJOY.A SWIM IN A RKANSAS' CLEANEST POOL >x< EDGERTON shoes have found remarkable favor among our younger customers and those who like to stay )oung. Styled right and priced right, they are unusual values We have your size. , or dead can match his record Just file- this away iii your Atlanta's Four Pitchers Blasted; Umpire Gives A! Williams Gate liy Untied i> v css The Chat'taiiojga Lookouts served notice mi the Southern Association May that they would not permit any slurring remarks about their ability to lead the league. The Loakouts gave Atlanta the works last night, severely licking Insf year's champions In every de- pnrtmenl to lake the game, 14 to 8 Heavy hitting kcjil ihe Crackers under wraps for (lie full distance Every moumtsmnn—Jolmslon, Durham, Stewart and Stein — who straddled Ihe rubber for Atlanta got the same sort of treatment. The Lockouts pounded out IB Mis off the four Cracker pitchers. Chattanooga lost the services of Pitcher A) Williams In lite fourth when lie was escorted from' the park for howling tco violently about n called strike. High pot in' Atlanta's seven-hit offensive was Mallho's home run,-^ „,=„„ plovc< , with, two men on base. The Crack- over Die newcomer Terry follows him hot foiled because Terry, ns a manager ims been perching on iiubbcirs left arm like n sparrow on « bush . . Maybe ft was Bill's weight that wore out Hiiblicll . Freddie llutclilnson is making good In the minors, • reports say t)ni must be. comforting to 'Detroit, which paid $50,000 for him 'to pitch in the maiors ... Word has reached \is from Little America, where Judge Landis spends his summers and winters, that the lee flow lias broken in' the Arctic and that In the future; players will not be allowed to re inforce their gloves 'with webbiii . . . This Is the first word fron Judge Lnndis In many years an Ills many friends hope thnt hi Ice-breaker will bring him safe! home In time to make an import int ruling on an unimportant cas late in the bnsebnll season of 194) Only 2C4 shopping days befor ers also suffered a casualty when Third Baseman Marshall Mautdln sustained nn Injured hand. }ie was struck by a pitched ball nnd prob- nbly will be out for a few days The Allnnta-Cliattnngoea blaslin» party was the only game of the (lay. • Both clubs have a dny oil Uxlay while the other loop clubs swing Into action. Today's schedule: Birmingham nl New Orleans, Knoxvllle nt Nashville and Little Rock at Memphis. Christmas Get busy, . , , , I want something nice next Christ and' get yourself a lillle of Uiat 10-1 money the Philadelphia bookies arc offering at tills point. Lower the nags lo half mast, boys, but Die British polo team that wns beaten by the Americans In the first International , Clip match has a better side . . .Handicapped by. Inferior ponies, the British had finer teamwork and a better setup of plays than the Americans wlio won by rough riding . . . Had the British been a bit more lucky converting fouls they .would have won as they should have ... It pains me to say this but Tommy Hitchcock lias ridden oul his string. . . . Father Time has swung a scythe mote deadly than Hitchcock's maillot . . . The once super Tommy [is 10 goals In name only . . . He .cannot ride on the same field as-a I No. 2 with Cecil Smith, the screwball from the Panhandle. If Lon Nova Is thrown In with September he won't as Gnlento will In BASEBALL STANDINGS Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet Caruthersville ....... .18 8 G9*> Newport . . ........ ... 17 12 'oSS Paragould .. ....... ,.. u 1( ; Jonesboro ......... ...9 19 32; Southern I Joe Louis 11 last as long „ „„, ,., .their fight the lost of this month I. . .. According to my private ring statistician GalentQ figures lo be iln and out of the ring Inside of 'two minutes . . . Two minutes and four seconds is par for the [electric chair at Sing Sing, .so you jean see what chance I concede the i man who drinks beer aiid shows if. I The ullcr futility of putting up j stop, look, and listen signs nt railroad tracks is proved by Ihe fact that Nova and his manager, Ray Carlen, not only think they can lick Louis, but con knock him out ... You won't believe me when I tell you tills, and I don't blame [you, but Carlen and Nova are not worrying about Louts, but about [how much gale the fight will draw . . . I don't know how much money will be paid lo see it, but I will bet-'you $5 even thai the number of stitches taken in Nova's head, If he fights Louis, will be an odd number . . . say seven or nine or thereabouts ... If Alice Marble does not win the Wimbledon championship .this year, you can put her down as a second rate iennis player . . .If she is a first rate player, she will' walk through Wimbledon without the loss of more than a set or two because women's tennis Is at the lowest ebb since the girls used lo wear four pelticoats in.order that the footfault judge might not see [Unshapely silhouettes . . . With Moody over the hill, with Jacobs right behind her, with Dorothy Round a housewife and Scnorita Anita Lizana the same, who has 'Marble got to beat? . . . The answer is no one but herscH, the same person who has been beating her for the last four years . . . Alice ("I won't wear shorts anymore..) has never lacked in stroke equipment ... All .she ever lacked was what that great master of English, Mushky Jackson, calls, "moxle" . . . word comes from Georgia, by Confederate veteran, that Spvirgeon Chandler, has developed a screwball ... If this Is Interesting to you. that's fine, but it doesn't interest me a bit because I'm from Georgia and t know the state is full of screwballs ... To show that there is no bias, 1 have three uncles wh'o belong to the group, all of whom had their careers blighted by the Rust cotton picker. | Get your handkerchief ready because it wcn't be long before ntc have another tear Jcrker . ', . Carl i Hubbcll Is headin' for. the' minors . Don't be surprised If Bill Ltague . : W. L. Pet Chattanooga .. . ,... v . 2G19 .576 Memphis 2420 .54J Atlanta 25 22 .532 Knoxville .. 23 21 .500 .463 .457 .400 .. .. ........ Birmingham .. . ....... 21 21 Nashville ............ 1922 New Orleans ......... . 21 25 Little Rnck .......... . ig 27 National I.eapue W. L. Pet Cincinnati 29 14 .074 St. Louis 23 n .575 .524 .524 ,500 ,442 ,425 .325 Pittsburgh 22 20 Chicago 22 20 Brooklyn 20 20 New York Boston p . 17 23 Philadelphia '..'.'. 13 27 American League W. L. Pet. New York 33 „ Boston 23 15 Chicago 23 18 Cleveland 21 ID Dctl'Dil 13 24 Philadelphia /*] 7 24 Washington 15 25 SI. Louis 13 23 .805 ,C05 .051 .525 .429 .415 .3GO .310 Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas league Newport 5, Paragould 3. Jonesboro at Caruthersville. i ix>ncd, rain. Southern I/eaguc Chnttnncoga 14, Atlanta 8. Only gnme scheduled. National league Cincinnati 8, New York y. Philadelphia 8, Chicago 1' Brooklyn G, Pittsburgh 2. Boston 10, St. Louis 4. American League Detroit 3, New York 0. Chicago 12. Philadelphia |. Cleveland 7, Boston 5. Only games scheduled. European racing' automobiles liave wen developed under an international formula limiting weight to 1650 pounds empty, with wheels but without tires. '' Goodyear Faces Ark-Mo; Bottlers To Oppose V-8's The Phillips Motor Company V-8's, playing under their new manager, Bill Godwin, will try to slap the high powered Coca Cola Bottlers In the opening game of the city Softball League doubleheader al Haley Field tonight, starting nt eight o'clock. Godwin was recently traded to Phillips by Coca. Cola for Walter "Bud" Lutes. GodvJin is rated a heavy hitter. He says he will put a completely rejuvenated team on the field for Phillips. In the. second game of Ihe ni»ht the pace setting Arkansas Missouri Long And Joe Welch Win On Mat Tiger Long maintained his record ns a; winner In the local ring last night when he gave Ned Taylor, muscular Westerner, something that resembled a good "working over" in their match at Ihe Am-> lean Legion arena. Long captured Iwo out of three falls In a decisive manner, although nt times the Ari- /onu nlblcte had him in plenty of trouble. ' It IVBS one of Hie best matches seen here In recent months and at- racted a good sized crowd of mat fans. There was little or no Illegal oughness by cither wrestler, both slicking to legitimate holds and breaking promptly at the com- nands oi Referee Mike Mcroney. Long employed his very effective lying hwul scissors to score the first fall over Taylor In ten min- iles. Taylor used a series of flying ackles and body pin to lake the econu In nine and Long termlnat- « the match by taking the thin) n 11 minutes with kangaroo kicks .ml body pin. In the curtain raiser Oklahoma' 'oe Welch proved his superiority by' - ..t,..*,u*,,t| , AJtJJJ JUIISel], taking two out of three falls in n match that provided everything in the way of action. The fans were Introduced to J F. Cantrell of Little Rock, secretary of the state athletic commission, who occupied a ringside seat for the matches. Referee Meroney made the introduction during one of the rest, periods of the final match. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Dr. Mary Session Nears For Canadian Medical Body MONTREAL. (UP) _ Canada's leading physicians will assemble here June 19 to 23 to hear the latest developments In the realm - of medical Research, The occasion will be the 70th annual meeting O f the Canadian Medical Association, and apart from the Canadian delegates many noted physlciains from the United States and the British Isles will attend. ' Specialists will deliver about 200 papers describing advances In various fields of medicine, and the physicians will gather at round-table conferences to discuss them. Among the visitors expected to attend the meeting are Prof. E. P. Cathcart, University of Glasgow, Scotland; Prof. A. B. Appleton, St. Thcmas • Hospital, 'London; Sir Arthur MacNaliy, British Ministry -' " and Dr '" — nie Bottlers ,will probably slmt Victor Ivy against the V-8's with D. Potter catching. For Phillips Stephens or Moody will pilch and Davis or Rodgers will catch. John "Wimpy" Burns, hurling nee, will toe the rubber for the power company crew with Hires as his battery mate while Cox will toss 'em for Ocodyear with Jerry Harwell, league leading baiter, as Ills receiver. J. Osceola Society : — Personal Prank Bntlcr, accompanied by Joe Ijilsliaw of Caruthersville left lasl week for Mnrion, Aln., wlierc they nttendccl the commencement activities of Judson College Aln- bama Baptist Caliege for girls Mr. Biiller will serve, as groomsman in 11 wedding while away. Both boys were graduated from Mnrion Instilutc, Hhe preparatory school for the U. s. Army nnfl Navy insl week. FVank will enter the Unilct! Slates Naval Academy In June and Mr. Lntshaw will enter tl)e Unilccl States Military Acnd- my at West Point One-third of all the deaths .-non<; Nortli American Indians In 915 were due lo tuberculosis. About 11 nhysicianb from Winnipeg are expected - to attend . . ff **>• "UJjiuiJU ui JL.U3 Angeles, Calif,, who Is spending a two weeks vacation here with her mother, Mrs. Ida Gllllland, with Jicr niece. Miss Henna Copeland, left today to spend several days with relatives In points of Indiana. Mrs. Jack Edwards and baby of Holland spent yesterday at" Tyler with her sister Mrs. Slion Pollard. •i. W. Blackwell of Doniphan, Mo. spent the latter part of the week icre with his parents Mr. and Mrs V. L, Blackwell., Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Lewis and daughter Miss Jewell of Braggadocio who now have their show In (enlucky and Tennessee were here Sunday night visiting their son and vife Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis. Mrs. Nancy Klene , is recovering rom an operation performed at be Walls hospital In Blythevllle the In tier part of the week. Ruble Burns who is attending School of Mines at Rollo, Mo,, has arrived to spend his vacation with ils parents Mr. and Mrs E E Burns. Baxter Southern with George Kimbell of Cape Girardeau are visiting in Detroit, Michigan and Indianapolis, Ind, Misses Mary Ellen McCutchen Ruth and Q'Bell McDaniel spent the weekend In Pontotoc, Miss. Herman Hopper and Wtlborn Jones went to Reeves Sunday and accompanied Jack Travis of Flint, Mich., who was visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mi's. C. D. Travis to Cooler to visit until tomorrow when he is returning home. A. T. Hodges of Memphis has accepted a position with the steele Theatre, Durley Chandler returned Sunday after a two wekes visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Travis of Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gibson have moved to Piedmont, where Mr. Gibson was transferred. Miss Retha Woods spent the latter part of the week here with Mrs. •MB NU-WA Laundry-Gleaners Phone 180 ;.'JTyESbAYi JUNE 6, 1939 ~ *.".'• ~ F '• • _ ^' - -- Martha Yarbrough. ' B. :J. Spain iwas in points of Tennesfcc Friday where he attended the funeral of a relative f ) Mr, and Mrs. John Brown Drr and'Mrs', E. T. Ha skins and A r Rainey of Newborn, Tcnh ™enfc the latter part of the week at' NeW Survey wltli Mr. and Mrs j w McCuJlough, . . ' ' "• "/; o a " d , Mrs L Jolm ' p <»'ks Jr. spent Sunday afternoon and evening In St. Louis. Allen DulTey .of Maiden spent yesterday in Cooler with relatives coming especially to see his brother Paul Duffcy or California who is spending several days here. Prisoners Resent Police Din LYNN, Mass. (UP) — RehearsliiR clog steps on the second floor of the police station jn preparation lor their annual minstrel show a score or biuecoals abruptly hal'ted tli e i r terpischorean ; endeavors Guests" hi the firsU floor cells complained or the noise For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service NA TlOffAL'S PINT EAGLE WHISKEY, "The. King of Blends*' 70 Proof -60% 'grain':neutral spirits* '' HERE'S THAT NEAT, FAST-ROLLING TOBACCO that smokes so mild and yet so rich! THE PRINCE ALBERT FOIKS ' -START WITH CHOICE TOBACCOS.l THEV TAKE OUT THE BITE, ADD THE CRfMP CUT, AND PASS ON THE FASTEST-ROILING, . TASTIEST'MAKES' TOBACCO I f EVER WRAPPED IN PAPERS' "Easy on the tongue, princely to the taste, speedy on the roil —yes, s;r, Princo Albert Iiaa plenty on the ball," says C. II. Dcnmead (left). Prince Albert lays right, rolls up firm, and amokea milder with tasty body. You get TO swell "makin's" cigarettes tn every tin of Prince AlbertiTry Prince Albert today. 70 fine cigarettes in handir; podiet tin of PriBce Albert P. A.'S COOL, FULL-BODIED IN PIPES TOO Oueftictl. 1933, H. J. l 'RINDE THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE OBTAIN UKUEK FROM CYSTITIS (indamcii Bladder) A SO-tlay tcsl Itiis N! A T |J n n f jrm , rr) . ' ' ' " Iltc est joiirwlf a»i! note (he iiu- proremcnt. Distributed by Crosslown Whiskey Shop .. ,\ > ' P °F?» «= noMEsnc WINKS, LIQUOKS, -AI.KS 103 S. Division si. CCOUNTS FOR SALE Nolicc (o Debtors who have or who may receive printed form icftcrs signed liy your creditor,'and'on Hie reverse side hy the creditors association request.-' i»R a sclllcmcnl oY your account or note and you "do . n»l respond, your account, will he advertised for sale l>y the creditors association for Ihe purpose of selling it. Your account is personal properly of your creditor, and regardless of (he age of (lie account, it is subject to he offered for sale the same as merchandise. Hundreds of credit men of Arkansas are members of (his association and we arc under contract with them to advertise their accounts for sale in the effort to sell them. Watch our for sale bills which will he distributed from house to house on scheduled dales with a new Ijsl of accounts each time. NOTICE TO DBHTOIiS': Do not write to this asso- ciation regarding, your account, hut write or sec your Creditors at once with a settlement or payment, other\v)se your account will he offered for sale. NOTICE to Credit.Men of Rlytheville and Eastern Arkansas who are'members of this association: Your Debtors who fail to respond to j-our request to settle or make payment, or make satisfactory arrangements for settlement, mail us your proof sheet on which list your Debtor's name,' Address and the amount due and we will advertise the account for sale where the debtor is personally known for we cannot hope to sell it elsewhere. THE CREDITORS ASSOCIATION ARK. _ .. .

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