The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 28, 1936
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PAGE Defeat Cue Art-sis.. Share Top With One- Gn-Tie to Play (ianics Tonight ' R. D. Hughes company vs. Phll- li|is Motor company. East Arkansas Builders Supply company vs. McMullin's Grocery. Tom Lftllo Chevrolet company roared along lo • n tic with (hi; r-astlmc Billiard Parlor fqi- first Place In. the Commercial son bull league racj bv defeating the bil- Himl nillsls, 7 lo 5, at HaMy Field last' nlt>ht. Each loam lias one came left to plav In tlie regular league season. Pastime meeting Hie Arkansos-Mteourl Power company and the Olievrote's Inking on the . Famous Store, nexl week. In tlie cneiilne gome last night a lislless Famous Store tram, in- clmiiufr a number of lost niltnit--! pubslUutcs taken from the Weuch- ers, dropped n one-sided contest to the Ark-Mo team, 13 lo 7. .The- Chevrolet; came from behind to overtake Pastime after the cue ball experts luul jumped off to n four run leaiJ in the flr.m half of ihe nrst. Aflcr tliat Copelaud, 'Chevrolet - hnrlcr, settled down and allowed only l\vo hits mid no luus until' Hie seventh when Pasllme pushed Its • final run ncioss the plate. WnrrlngUm. Pastime pitcher, was wild and when he did get the ball across the plate the Chevrolels picked on his offerings solidly for a total of 12 tills. Pastime got eight lilts with WhUwoilli the only mnn to get, a pair. Potter ami Copeland hit for the circuit for Hie Utllemcn. .Pastime swept four rims across the iilnte In Ihe opening stanza but Chevrolet gained • it unck steadily, Potter homered • for n nrst Inning Chevrolet run, two wntks, an Infield out rind Wo errors accounted for a .second inning run nnd Putter's single ami Tipton's triple accounted for another. in Ihe third. •In: the fourth Johnson and Taylor .cracked out doifules, Lee Warnngton singled and Copelatul hit for the circuit lo count four runs. After that the Chevrolet* went. scoreless but sufficient damage had ulicAdy been done. Tlie Hotpoints had an easy time m the first game, paced by the heavy clubWiij,' of Al Jordan. /list babeinnu who poumletl' out three tremendous home runs In four times at but. Jimmy Terry shortstop, also lilt for the circuit and wfas on top of his fielding game, loo. John, Holland, Famous red-head, walked from the mound In disgust after Aik-Mo Had slammed Ills offciings foi 9 hits in the first and second innings. Woodrow Hall finished out the second nnd hurled Jhe rest of the way, allnw- ing only 5 hlls and pitching a pretty :fair brand, of, ball. Leo 'Stephens, Hotpolnt left- handcij gave up II hiis but received Tjooil support and was never in danger because of the 10 run lead the Hotpolnls garnered . in the first two innings. Score by innings:. R. H. E. Ark-Mo 552 GDI 0-13 M •> Famous 003 003 1-7 1 1 Pastime, 400 COO 1-583 Chevrolet ni 400 0-7,12 2 FACES xwy cwzoNEf;i IN . A EATfl.f- L&UKVB&KT .VN, SIVT5 /,V TH£K t--\ST FIGHT, IH WHICH TtlEY BATTLED FURIOUS ROVHte A'£tV YORK FOR • , BROKE l£V>S MV, AMD \VA5 CUT OF fCffON JBLYTJIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS M TITLE Believes Tony May Reach Kncl of Road In Coming Bout IiV JIMMY DONAHUK NKA Service Sjit.rls Wrller i NKW YOHK .- I,o;i Ainl>»rx lift Hie world llzhl'uvlBlil 111-' /ir.'.n Tony Canzonoi'l'.s li:eks In the bhj •doublo- lien I r ojieiji'.l ancllicr Indoor »:i!scn ut Madison Square Cl:ir- fic/n, KQI.I. 3. • , j in Ihe .second IS-rouml clin'n- )'locshlp contest on the bill, Mike l!r.'lltlscr figures to strengthen his :|aim lo the feather*eight liilc r<!|)e|lli".-f Daye Crowley of Can/oncrl's pugilistic '• oblunry 1ms licim written u nuuibei- of Units, but Ihc Italian can't no nc.vpilc his victory ever a rusty Jijnmy McLiunin, Hie Miu'lhoi'o iirini'i' Isn't Ihc toller i,e once was. lie.cnn'l ijc after more ttiiim II years of wearing warfare. His! successful enmixilgi{ lo have the' AmliCTs eiwuKDirienl' .7wstpon«i) The i Soulficrn Aljanta xN«.shvl|lc uliiniilnghain ... I.ilUe Kock Knoxvllle .". .'• i..,-jii]..ns American Ne«- York Cleveland Uetrolt ..' Cliicaso V/ashinglcn Kt. I.ouls f lilhuleljihlii ' W, ... 85 ... 74. .... 70 .... C9 .... (,'/ ... 00 ..'. 53 ... 51 League W. .... 81 ... 68 ,.. 67 ... 66 ... 04 ... 00 ... 4* ... 45 FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, By' lliih'y Gray so i L. Pot. 49 .fi:j5 S7, .505 62 .O'lO' C3 .523 05 .508 j 72 .455! '79 ' .402J 82 .383 L. Pet.) 42 .CG4J 55 .SW > 58 .530 59 .524 00 .BID] C5 ' .480 78 .aiili I 79 .303 National New York Chicago ' ...;,' ' il. louls ;.' VI. I,. Pel. 74 46 12 50 72 50 .017 .590 .590 Baseball Results Soulhrrn r.cajue Memphis G, Atlanta 3. Little Rock nt Kno.wllli', rain. Night gauK'-s: Clmllancosa nl Nashvll|e. New Orleans at Mrmlnglinm. Detroit 4, Boston 2. Philadelphia f>, Chicago 2. New York 7, St. Louis I. Cleveland 10, Washington 0 (10 Innings). National I,riiRHe Chicago •!. Philadelphia 0. Boston I, si. Louis 0 (10 innings). Pittsburgh (i. Brooklyn a. New York nt Cincinnati, rain, Northeast r.rltaims T.oaKUc Newport 5, Parasould 'i. Onjy gnnie scheduled. Hrcs Adrnil Movlc.s COLCI1ESTEU, Conn. (UP) — :|iccinlors nl. n .tunllncc here watched for Ihe appearance- of airplanes on the silver screen when apparent hum of motors WHS hmrtl In (he theatre.. They Hatched in vain as John Kiitls, bee expert, quielly removed two swarms of bumble bees from Hie plnyl(ouse. Today's Games Nnrllieasi Arkansas J.raeiie Ciirulhersville lit Halcsvllle. Osci'oln nt Joneslioro. Newport at Purnyonkl,, N'allon:il League llcslon al Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. New York al Pittsburgh. Brooklyn al C!i&lnn| |twn games*. AnitTicau la'aRiie Uetrall at New Yuri: Uwo Chlciigo nl Wushlnglnn. St. Louis- nt lioslon (two names). Only ganios. Scnilhcrii l.cafiue Memphis at Atlanta. Little Hock ill Knoxvilb. New Orleans nt Ulnn!n«lmm. Cliallnnoogn at Nashville. Throws Shoo As Fire. Wunih TOLIsno (UP)—Three members of A. 15. Uincer's family narrowly escaped death In their burning home, when a motorist, unable lo arouse the sleeping household by knocking at the door, removed his shoe and hurled it through i\ window. The breaking glass awakened the family. Read courier News Want Ads. RADIO REPAIRING » Compfcl* Unt and Part« HUBBARD & hATTKUY PHONE 41| YOU CAN BET ON THIS MORE 10 OILUOM P1EC&5 Of ^AWL PMSTHROO&H1UC P0STOFFICE Mne out of ten of our cisitomctt buy their tires and complete our easy credit requirement In less than ten minutes. We wake immediate installation. SEIBERLING STANDARD SERVICE Batteries BOc per week AUTO RADIOS t JVo Mon*y Do Kit 5100 Ml Sclherltng tires are cured by tho Pateatcd "Vapor Gut*" process which adda M% to 3»% more mileage. Ucsli.n (;h)cinna(i Umoklyii l'lil]adelphia . .... 03 (10 .512' 57 -114 .471 50 C4 .•t(J7 ! 49 71 .408 41 '79 .342, Northeast -Arkansas -------------- .,„.,,.,,„„„. , Ncwpoit rom Aug. 0, on [ho pleii that iie(Oscco|a ..... . >«i,irin'i .„.( t., ..i ----- ,..•!,.. ! Jcnestoro liatesvlllc CainUiersville ,1'nrat'ould .'ouldn'l (jet in shape in time, may! be .significant. -••... j [Hscoiirafjujr lireaks f'al| lo Hall Ambci-s Ambers has come n long way since his nrst. bid for the tlljc fell lint over Ihc 15-rouncl 'rouie ijainst Can/oneii, and ,since the joul with I'Vltul Zlvlc lii which >ls Jaw was fractured. The break :cpt. him .out of action for four ind a hair mnnlhs. The llerkimcr Hurricane's cx- icrlcncc wllh Cnnzoiicri mul Ziiic mule a die-crept nghlcr out of ilin. Tie isii'l exactly the Harry Grcb type of battler he was when ie nrsL coimnanded notice. Ambers now mixes a bit.of'eau- lou wilh u left jab and a riglit.- rand \m\\o\t that packs plenty ,of luthorlly. ilc lacked the rlghl- innd punch and tho caution' in ils windmill days. Me has' ac- counlcd for eight conseculive vic- toriu's .since his comeback, a clean- cut decision over Baby Aripmendi •uuong them. Ambers has found the climb lo -lie title no easy io:ul. Larnipliiij l.oti started Uosing in Ihe dimly it basement of Father Gustave Purit'acto's SI, Anthony's chmvli it llerktmer. in upstate New York, lie rode box cars to Ncwi York lo net chances iii pielimlnqrijs. alhrrwcishls Should • llroii);]it Tngclhcr After beating Sammy Fn|lcr uf Boston, who classed him a fine fighter, he was built into W. L. Pet. 3(j . 8 818 2 7 15 013 ,20 24 '455 19 ^O V" n 25 '405 12 33 2G7 lo sec the Chlcagoan vacate the 135-pound Ihrone due to veiglit difficulty and the first of his profitable shols with McLaruln. Floored early in the going, Am- Ijcrs lost to Canponerl, for whom he once <\cte<l as .n. spiu-ring- partner, in the eliminiitlon to determine lioss' successor as the lightweight ruler. Then atvic fractured his jaw, Crowley didn't get any the worst of Ihc decision when he was given a draw with the spidery Belloise last May. I'olcy Siirron Is recognized, ar, Ihc featherweight champion by Ihe National Hosing association. Ifeni'.v Armstrong, a negro youth, is Ihe California candidate on the Ktruugtli of a smusliing victory over Ailzmcndi. The l»ys should be brought together. CHICAGO, Aug. 28. — Having "tnken It" for two seasons, the New York GianLs arc getting a terrific bang out of Iheir current drive—the grciilest staged of tlie I'oio Grounds In 20 years. Their biggest source of satisfaction Is smashing on toward Ihe National League pennant after having been counted out. In the |wst | two years they have been counted out after apparently having Die flag sewed up. The St. Louis Cardinals beat' them out on the concluding nfler-l noon of 1934, nnd a lot of unkind! Ihlngs were written and said alwut Memphis Bill terry 'ami his lads when they blew a commanding lead n year ago, But come what may on tho present western trip, which will lell the .sltiry, It no longer can .be said that 'the Giants, <i majority of whom are veterans of Ihe world championship' campaign of 1933, arc not n dead game club. • The outfil now favored lo clinch Manhattan's first subway 'series .since 1923 was only a game-and a half out of sixth slot on..,July 15, when young Horace Stoneham announced that It would have to be thoroughly overhauled : for 1D37. ' * • * New York Club Starts Dizzy Climb \Vilh Return of Terry It was a hapless band of Giants that staggered along on its third disastrous western, trip then. Tlie outlook was 'dismal. It appeared as though Terry's trick knee would keep him In the dugout for the remainder "of the grind. Hank Leiber was a flop at bat. They were commencing lo refer to Dick Bartell as "a Philadelphia ball player." Hal Schumacher and Fred Pitzslmmons suffered from arm Irouble. The Giants did tlielr right about face when Terry returned to the! front line. " j Jim Ripple, a red-headed erutt '. from Montreal, broke into center field because Leiber got something in his eye, and, Itnme- dlately launched a consecutive Eoine hitting rampage. Mel Ott, who usually bogs down a bit In August, kept banging liolne runs and today leads the loop in that department. As . Terry explains, Bartell's spirit Is something that doesn't show In box scores or averages, and the shortstop lias hit 320 and been extra spectacular since the OlanUi went into their dizzy whirl. Giant PiU-hers Yield Only 2.2J Earned Runs F«r Game Carl Hubbcll, always a mainstay, went Into a winning streak nltev heart-breaking reverses. • Prank Gaoler came through, and Al Smith and Harry Gumbcrt stood iip. Clydell Caslleman got going Dick Coffmnn turned out to be an able relief worker. The soreness disnpjicared from Fitzsminions' arm. Cy Blantou won the National League pitching championship in 1335 with an earned run marlc of 2.59 per nine-inning game. Since the Giants started skyrockcling,' their entire staff has yielded noj more- lltun 2,27. Burgee Whitchead was suppos-' ed to be brittle. He is the only! Giant who lias played in every inning to date. When Terry was forced out again, large Sambo l"olo Grounders Have Been Unsalable Since July 15 Any doubt as lo the final out j come was dispelled fro m t| 1( ! minds of the staiinclieat Glaiit"i suppliers in Ihe Sunday <iouble-i header in Boston, from which the' New Yorkers invaded Ihe wild and woolly west. ' [ In the nightcap In the Hub,]! Schumacher again was at the peak of his pitching form. And the sttme game braughl Terry, hale. and hearty, back lo tlie lineup. The Giants were further spurred when llity went into the lead on , their first day in Ihc wesl, as the : Cardinals dropped a pair lo Hie Boston Bcfs and they beal Cin-• cinnatl. j No club can beat ihe baseball.' the Glanls have played since July Courier Nc-ws Classifies Ads Fay '' Before You Bay Any Outboard - See Ihc ' NEPTUNE 2 II. P. Slnele Cyt (Other Sizes 10 16 11. P.| HUBBARD TIKE & HATTEHY CO. Wrecker Service - Gu OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SERVICE CENTER phones IT' - ::: OWN A FARM Save your money by pulling il in a Farm. You can cay all cash or part cash nnd^thc balance- yearly. Land values in this valley nre gradually Increasing. We Imvc i few farms lo"scll. If- you have any farm land lo sell, or if you wish to buy a 'farm, see me. ,G. CAUDILL bout with Barney Hoss, Here's a fellow from Chicago snapping us on Maple Street It tetmt we om't mo7« but lome f<-llow popi up with « c«mer». Th* 1'. VFltIi my arms croned, Tom in the middle and then Willuun-bolh hanging onto their hat«. Look at Jei»ie tKerel tv u ' Je,,ie',ourdog •I* _ Cheap Money— Plentiful Labor Repair, build or remodel jour hom« now. You can borrow tlie funds through (he F. II. A. at low in- Itrtsl rales over a long period of (ime. . This Is Uncle Sam's plan for .liomc lovers. Don't delay...see us for full information and complete estimates today. , EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. HUBBARD TIRE & BATTERY CO. 218 West Ash I'lmnc -176 Folks are treating us and our Family's Whiskey mighty nice! You'd think we was running for president or something —the way folks arc making so much of us and the Wilken Family Whiskey. But I don't know as it's right for us to let everybody make out like Tom and William and me should have all this credit. I couldn't say as that tastiness you're finding in our Family's Recipe was all our fault. You got to think of Dad. It was him and Grandad that started the whole thing. 1 mean nil we're doing is keeping the Wilken Family's recipe just so — exactly like Dad told us. Well, maybe that's something I ._F, t r, n cony cfcur Wn k[n Plm ,, r Cooklne Album If >vl| - — w> i.S. Finch 4 Co,Inc.,Sclienltp,P.. «Bg*g^2§ii 66.8 proof—Thettrtttbl wtiMcfet laihti Dftxhictkre 15 monthiorittorc old. 25% ftrtt|ht whUklcit ?5% |T «| Q "itulnl iplrtt*. 3%«rnt|Ht whJ»Vey 4 lyt!ir» oU, 10% i nhlikcr 15 month* oM. Tomorrow is the LAST day of Mead's great August clearance Fall goods are arriving daily so tomorrow night rings down the curtain on our great August clearance sale of summer wear. You can save a lot of money tomorrow by stocking up for all next summer!!! All remaining v,Cqo/r Porous Comfortable -Economical HART SCHAFFNER & MARX DIXIE WEAVE SUITS $ 16 75 Regularly are $22.50 Here is (he biggcsf bargain in summer comfort you've ever seen and next 3'eav, Hccording to our advance information, these famous Dixie Weaves will Ijo higher in price due lo increased crisis. So nick yours out tomorrow and save money. Straw Hats \ Were $3.50 This is a mifhfy low [.rice .for straws that sold up to $3.50. All sailers. All sizes. O[ one tomorrow. Sport SHIRTS BOc Were $1 These sport shirls m long and short sleeve styles are the biggest bargain in sportswear. Think of U, half price. Sport Silk SHOES NECKWEAR 65c Were$l Flue silk foulard lies in hand blocked prints anrl geometric patterns ore here In scft pastel shades. Buy Iwo! Were $5 While buck or two tone sport shoes cobbled by Crosby Sqturc :lrc going fast at this price. Sizes 6>,i to 11. Other drastic reductions throughout the store MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN ST. Fred Sandefur - ... Oscar

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