The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1933 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 14, 1933
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Rookie Manager-Oil Anil Off Diamond Nat Pilot Can Still Blush When Fans.Ask For His Autograph. KDITOR'S NOTE: A picture of trie private life of Joe Cronln, manager of the flne-wliiTiing Senators. tj pr.'Sfiitc;! !u this .s'cnry. the, lost cf a scries CHI the "boy-wornlcr." BV RIC'IAKl) II01.I.ANDKH (Copyright, 1933, NEA Service, Inc.) WASHINGTON, Sent. 14.—Jov Crontn is manager of the Senators, pennant winners in the American League and with a good chance to become world champions-but lir still can blush when iiskeil to autograph a baseball or n scorccarO. • Joe leads a qiiic" ' ] fe. In Was.i- InKton he lives at Wiudmnn 1'ark Hotel. Lately he h.is hired a giant iiegress to cook his nieaL^ and cli'iiu up, but he lives alone and seldom goes to parlies. Once in n wlilic Jie. sees aTnovk' bin he u'kloin slays out late. '-He docsn'l smoke. He drinks nothing stronger than 3 :2. lie Is shy and .nervous white being Interviewed. In Washington he is tlie Idol of every kid. No Break lor the Ladles : He's not interested In git's. '>u l they crowd the entrance to tlie clubhouse in every city on the circuit to get a glimpse of him. • -A girl reiwrter once interviewed him and wro'.c that lie was handsome enough to be a movie Jiero except lhat lie didn't luive that Elcek movte-hcro look. 1 He is awkward posing for news pictures and hates to do It, but. lie will always oblige. He is the most sincerely modest guy In the world. In conversation he will always switch from the subject of himself •to other players and the team as n whole. He seldom uses the pro- p.oun "I." > -; Saves—and Remembers He hasn't any plans for the future except to keep on playing baseball. . He saves his money and never-; forgets a, face and seldom a name. . He loves to talk about the cooperative spirit that has driven the Nats toward a pennant, but never alludes to the fact that lie's responsible lor it. His by-word Is: "Intakes a tot of guys to make a winning team." , .He -won't say whether or not he THURSDAY,^SEPTEMBER _N,_j033 PEUUS BEflT Intimate gllmpsi** of Ji>e CronTn, mi Ihr lii-m-h and tiir the fii-hl, nrt: given alnivr. thinks a playing manager is belter than one who slls on the touch. It's too personal. His model' for innny years was Bill McKcctinic. under whom he learned 11* fundnmcMilnls ol big time baseball In Pittsburgh. Speed I'lus 1'imrr Physically, he Is powerfully built, but without bulky muscles. There are the b!y. loose shoulders of a natural hitler and slender tegs nml ankles Hint s!:oui speed. He weighs about 185 pounds. He holes lo talk for publication In the first, iic'rson. He'd rather have you speak about liim than nuolc hlni directly. He admires tlic ability of every man on Hie team and Coolest Spot In Townl Thursday & Friday MAT.—10-25C NITE—10-30c they know he gives them their duu mid more. "Look n( 'em." he says promlly. "All the Kivy down the line. Everyone of them is a credit to (he i;amc. Every mnn working his head oH for the jwnniinl and forgetlina nlxmt building his oivn TialLlny average." And Jon himself? "Oh, I'm Just a young fclln |)lay- ijj shortstop." That's Juc Crontn. Courier n-'tt's Want Ads Pay. Today's Games American l.rafiiir Cleveland nl New York. Chicago at Unilon. UelicMt lit \VnshiiiKlon. St. Louis at Philadelphia i;auir.si. National League HoMtai at Pittsburgh.. PiilliKli'liilila at ChtcirmnU g n in !.•:<}. Hvcoklyn at St. Louis. New York at, Clilcajjo. Dean Trims Dodgers; Nats and Yankees Aic Idle Wednesday. The UUCP retting Now York Ol-. 1 limy ol the National !r.i°iio were .-.'h'lloiit by llu> Chicago Cubs, who! >h!.sx- M-i'und place with [lie Pitts- I l::iri!|i I'll alr.-i. yesterday. '1 IIL- Ec;tdii\[> Svtuilors and sec- Mid place Vanke.s i,f ihe American 1 ii'iii;iic wore idle. ~riiy Hush limited Die Olnnls to i nil:* 1 liU.s Jitnl Mc;more[| tiu-rn .so 'Mini Hie CIlahLs failed to m;iki> a i mi. wlimliiK 'i to (i. Carl Ilublioll .Uii.s on the liislnn end of Hit- «unic. I Tin' Cnl>s Rot Inn elijht hits off IjhiUjell mid Shores, wlio pitched . Ilic last .si.x innings. Uoth C-'lik-a^o i inns wi!iu stori'd In Lhe llrst inn:!i«. Darkness pi'cvfiitccl n >:rhcd- | ij!i-il jix'Oiul j^fnne. i 'II:i; l>ltt«l>iin, r l> I'lralcs di ftuied !tl.r Iii:>:tcni lirnvc.s 1 10 I) ;U I'llts- Ijurijh. The lines bunched three (,[ liielr stvt'ii hits off Cantv.ell in Hie (h-.st Inning for their louo :-.in. Larry l-Yench limited the liiiiv(-.s to four hits. I IJi/v.y l)can and .the SL. Louis I C.itdinals beat Ilic Ilrooklyn IJodi;- li-is -1 lo 1 at Si. lx>nls. Dean em- ji'i-ued the winner In a hurling duo! i M-llh Carroll. Wan held the Ucd- 'KCIS lo five hits. Till 1 1'hilndelphtn Athletics am! llii! Chicago White Sox divided Iwo jiiiines ;it Fhllndeljilila. The Maeks I nun 4 lo 2 lu the .second e^ine [aliiT the White Sox had taken ' tl:r Jir.st yanie. ^ to 2. Sam Jones jv.iis the whining Chicago hurler i ;iml Cain the trliiniithant Mack ; pitcher. Al Simmons homer |Jro• I vicicd the winning nuiriiin for the Messenger lo Five _: Loser. Limits Chicks •Ills; Griffin Is Tlic portrait is of KIUTX KHKISI.KR, (.iiilni-nl violinist. Tlio NKW YOIIK VANKKKS ami \], v (JIIII'ACO CU11S iilay< il the Ii32 World Sf'ii«-:-. IIIMINK is llie capital V Uwiucrlaiul. MEMPHIS, Tenn.—The. New Or- trans Pelicans Jumped off lo a flying starl In the series to do U'lmlne the Southern league 1 champions for 1033 by defeating the first halt winners, ih c Memphis Chicks, 6 to 0 here yester-i day. Andy Messenger, veteran right- hander, limited the Chicks to five hits and blanked thorn for \\\ ne , innings. The Pelicans got to Q r ([. sfln, southpaw, early, scoring t wo runs in the first. Inning and continued scoring ogatst Kelly before Granger slopped .the scoring. j TEMPLE. Tex. tUPJ—He wanted ' a match badly, police decided. The ] culprit Jerked a penny match box I vending machine Jrom the rail- ] road depot wail, carried It out into I the yards and broke It open. H L > : go: Ills maich, and about 115 [jennies. Sox in the fir.st (.'itMi- di^iiiu- a I •licincr by FOMX and aiioihcr by Cramer of the Maik.s. The litaton Hrd Ka\ <lefea:cd Ihe St. Louis Bnjwiii :i to 1 :n ! rk>.slon. The Hed Hox won lii'hind . the four hit iillchini; of l.kiyd j llrown. Knott wits Ih". losing iiLUundsman. West o] tin: Huwnics, illl for tlie circuit. ; All other major tea-m' teams WITC idle. =•" ' . ~ i Awhile In St.Lou'is stop at rtffective/ Hotel C Lfl R| DG£ I / ON LOCUST AT 18th 0\Y;< How They Stand Washington New York IMiiladolphia Cleveland Detroit Chicago Hoslon St. l.ouls ivu! .U59' .i;cu' Mfi | .•III! , .-111 ! yi an Nadmul 1,1 \ New York . | Chicago ... , Pittsburgh . i St. Louis ... 1 Busum Brooklyn ... Philadelphia Cincinnati .. ::isue W. . U2 79 IS) . 17 . 72 Pel I .U1S .5IJ4 the trend of the times and mdintditiinsfour leadership in iLxU-t ,,^1..^ \Ve Announced reduction in all departments! Garage Popular price Coffee Shop&i Dining Room j Club Breakfast 35{ Luncheon 45t and tke B€ST 75* DINN€P, N ST. LOUIS 35O ROOMS EACH WITH PRIVATE BATH & SHOWER CIRCULATING ICE WATER When in Memphis stop of Hotel Claridqe same management TflRj Read Courier Mev/s Want Ads ST. LOU/S W/TH WHAT YOU SAVE! (two OPENING Roxy Theatre B1;YTHEVI1,I,E, ARKANSAS COOUNG SYSTEM NOW INSTALLED With a Bang Admission Every Day in Week lOc - 25c Friday & Saturday SEl'TEMHEK If.lh - Kith One *Chute Between Them!... \^.rw» iJi"H •*: Sunday - Monday SKl'TK.MHBR 17lh - ISth Youth's Draniiitic (iambic wilh Happiness! NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC A razor blade shortage —and its cause A IAZING public response—far exceeding our most optimistic estimates—greeted Gillette's drastic price reduction. tion is supervised with extreme care. We are pledged to a continuance of the highest standards of excellence. Expansion to meet present de- At this writing many wholesalers mand without lessening quality now SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 - - ONE DAY ONLY MATINEE AND NIGHT ON THE STAGE IN PERSON 10... ARTISTS--]0 Worlds Fair All Star Blackface Minstrel —PRESENTING— 40 Minutes of Wonderful Singing, Clevci Dancing and Riotous Jokes You've Heard Them From Chicago Stations Hroadcaslin. in the Interest of— '1 "THE CENTURY OF PROGRESS" PICTURE — "HER BODYGUARD" with EDDIE I.OWb and WYNNE GIBSON . ADMISSION — lOc and 40c A drr.mrt o/ - jion fj-orn in tfu- \i,\f WiVi BRUCE CABOT ARLINE JUDGE ERIC LINDfN RALPH BELLAMY .rh-rstlt'j Rhiv:ir.. : h .;. f. > •t»n.»i.M.i»tnvl^(t V .IV.' C. COOTifi. or.-.:.„ , ,'... RKO-RADIO Pictui, OSWALD "HAM & KCCiS" A NKW TIIUll.l.lNIi SKK1AI. "T»K I,AST FRONT!Kir With Crci^hton CKoni'y •i^ «•. .. •..'//».•> DONT BIT ON toy! ..with GINGE ' ROGER and retail dealers are out of stock. The factory canr not keep pace with demand. The reason for this is very simple. Quality must be maintained at any cost. This instruction is law in our factory. In fact—today inspection is even more rigid than ever. Each opera- Gillette, Probak and Valet AutoStrop Blades Now 5 '° 10 '• 49* is being attained. If your dealer is out of blades his stock should be replenished within a few days. In the meantime we ask your indulgence and trust you will have no difficulty in finding a store which has Gillette, Probak and Valet AutoStrop blades. COMEDY "Shakespcar with Tin With Harrv Succ THE ROXY \VD.1, CONTINUE TO GIVE THE -j : , THERE IS IN ENTERTAINMENT NOTE TO DEALERS: In our effort to fill a tremendous volume of orders and at the same time forward your adjustments as promised, deliveries of Gillette, Probak and Valet AutoStrop blades are slightly behind. As soon as possible, consistent v-ith the statements above, your shipment will go forward. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free