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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, .1937 Brings Giants Back At Top Loss Sends Rebels Down As Blytheville Wins To Hold Lead BY J. P. FRIEND OSCEOLA,' May 11.—Tile Osce ola ' Indians knocked puragould out for n tie for first place In the Northeast Arkansas League race by defeating the Rebels, 9-5, here • .today:~ln the first meeting of the teams Blytheville slipped Into the lead by outslugglng Newport, 14-9. Managei Elmer Klrchcotf altered hts starting lineup and switched his tatting order and ,lt worked like a charm. He sta- •' tlohed Johnnie Pnakovlch (pronounced Nakovlch), optioned by Johnstown of tlie Middle Atlantic League, on third, moved over to short and Gene Williams to second. /'• benching George Carson. With: a southpaw duo to work for the Rebels, Ihe Chief pulled Orndy Mills, a left hand swinger, nnd , started Thomas Mabry, who bats 'from'the right side to centerfleld. Bill -James was elevated to the leadoff, i with Pnakovlch second and Mabry third, dropping John Scblinos, left handcr, i to seventh. James, Pnakovlch and Mnbry came through with a single nnd 'double each, scored five Tuns, and drove iu four.' Despite three errors, the new third sacker pulled the most sensationnl fielding play of the gnme in the eighth. With runners on first and third John- hie made a one hand stop of Fred Walker's smash nnd turned It Into a double play. Williams handled nine ^chances perfectly nt second; and Klrchoff made good four of five. : , Hurlcra Relieved Neither Glenn Fletcher nor Pnye Hawkins was able to no the limit. Fletcher turned '• back ' ten of the first-Rebels to face him but ran Into'-trouble In the fourth when Faragbuld . scored .twice. When Paragould filled the bases in the' fifth after scoring, Klrchoff sent > In Hal -Barnett. Fletcher gets 'credit for .tlie .'game. .'Hawkins ' stayed. until two Indians were out. in the fourth, being replaced by "Tear" Frekes, a righthander. Tlie Indians teed off on Hawk' : ill's .delivery In the first, scoring three runs. James walked. Pnakovich made an auspicious debut by rapping the school 1 'building in I centerfield for a double. Mabry cracked a liner' down the J third base line for two bags, scoring | both. Hal Bemasek and, Kirclioff went out but G Williams singled i in Mabry. 1 Singles by Pnakovlch, Bernasek and Klrchoff manufactured another in the third. Mnbry singled behind James' double for another in the fourth. In the Pnrngould half'Stanley Glamp, third baseman, . had tripled .'off the school building -scoring Jack Grantlmin and -Jack Hager. Paragould kepi packing nway at Fletcher-until they had him out. Opening the fifth Walker walked and went to second on a •wild pitch, Frel.es lilt through the box. Dewey lackey fanned, but William-Barnett dropped one back of second, Walker counting. Royce Williams walked, filling the bases. Grantlrain lined to. center. Mabry's throw wns accurate but late. White whipped It to third, getting Burnett for a double play, bill Frekes had scored on the play. Score: Paragould'V O 5. Indians Sew I( Up A base on balls, singles by Scolinos and James scored one for the Indians in their turn at bat in tlie fifth They made victory more secure with three more In the seventh. Scollnos drew a pass. White hit past third. Barnett bunted down third. Glnmp had to hurry and threw the ball I T-ildly to first, scoring Scollnos and' White, the Osceola pitcher stopping at second. James sacrificed him to third and Pnakovicl' tallied him with a drive to left. Paragould made n feeble effort In the eighth, but Pnakovlch's fine play' stopped it, Another twin kilting ended the game./-Lackey blngled with one out. On a hit- and-run play W. Barnett popped to first and Scollnos stepped on the bag before Lackey could ge back. The teams conclude the scries Wednesday, and the Indians tak the road for four games. They re turn Tuesday to meet the Blytheville Giants in a two game set. Secretary D. Fred Taylor has announced that Walter Lutes and George Carson have been placed on the suspended list to make room for the newcomers. Drone, catcher, has been returned to the Browns.-, . • • i • i The -box -score: Paragould AB R H O A Lackey cf 5 0 1 1 0 W.'Barnett If 50 1 30 •R. •Williams 2b . 31022 Orantham rf ....... 31110 Hager -lb... ...... 41160 Glamp 3b 4 1 2 2 '2 Pasley ss ....: 4 0 0 5 F. Walker c.., 3 1 0 4 1 Hawkins p ."^.. 10001 Frekes p.., ..3 0 1 0 1 Totals- 35 5. 7 24 10 Osceola, ,. AB B H O A Oames.cf ...A 3 2230 Pnakovlch 3b .5 2 2 1 Mabry c f 51 221 00 2 2 T Z fake 13 lo 9 Decision In Game Played On Slippery Diamond NEWPORT, Ark,, May 12. — Denting Hie Newixn'l Cardinals 13 9 here yesterday while the Cttccohi Indians were trouncing the' I'arnguiilci Kcbi'ls at Oscuoln, (lift H]ytlu;villp Oliint-s moved into undisputed possession of llrsll Iflitco in ilit 1 Northi'ust Arkansas mi; ue. The iiiinic 1 , first of u two-giunc ii'rli'S, wiis played on a slippery diamond before (i small crowd.- Hain started in the third inn- Ing nnd afU'i- Unit it was n gamble every time us to whether one side could ever gel the other side out. In most cases liny kind of u Ijin^lc 1 wns a .safe hit. Llnyle, who went the route for nlythuvlllv, luirled fair bull while tho Cardinals used three pitchers. Mays slurtecl and was relieved by Uutli-dyi', wtio lasted about two Innings and was jerked for Hyrd who finished the game. nyrkel, lilytheville, made a home run when Gordon mls- )U(I(!Cd Ills long Jly. Murphy of Newport hit for the circuit he- fore the rain stiirtecl. Astronomer, of''Olden-Time's In undisputed; possession of first -place in the Northeast Arkansas league with 4 victories and 1 defeat after yesterday's triumph over Newport, the Blytheville Oiants can be no worse oil than in a deadlock for first, place when they return Scollnos lb 3 2 1 7 0 White c 4 1 2 5 1 Fletcher p 1 0 0 0 0 II. Barnett p 1 1 000 Totals 31 B 12 27 9 Paragould 000 220 010— 5 Osceola 301 110 30x— 9 Summary. Errors— Glamp 2, F. Walker, Pnakovlch 3, Klrchoif. Runs batted In— Pnakovlch, Nfnury 3. G. Williams. Hrrnasnk nlainn here tomorrow even I lose at Newport toilr Herschcl Bouo brings in a strategic posltloi game road swine. T Ciiruthcrsvillc Pilots ertioon. Yesterday's Northeast Avkans, niythevlllc 13, Ne« Osceola 9, Paragon Joncsuoro 17, Ca (night gnme). Southern J.r Memphis (!, Chatta Nashville 19, New i\fn linger They meet the 3, W. Harriett, 'Grnntlmtn, James, , H. Barnett . 2. : Two-bnse hits— Pim- kovich, Mabry, James. Three-base iilt— Gltunp. Sacrifice nils— Bernasek, James, H. Barnett. Stolen Canithersvlllc 1 Birmingham 12, Knoxville 10, Atlanta 7, Little Rock 0, PILOTS LOSE ID [SHU, IMG bases— Qlamp, white. Double plays — Pnakovich to G. Williams to Sco- linos; , Scolinos unassisted. Innings pitched— By Hawkins 3 2-3, with 5, runs, 9 hits; by Frekes 4 1-3, with 4 runs, 3 hits; by Fletcher 4 1-3 with 4 runs, 4 hits; by Burnett 4 2-3. with 1 run, 1 lilt. Winning pitcher— Fletcher. Losing pitcher- Hawkins. Wild pilch— Fletcher. Bases on balls— Off Hawkins 2, off Frekes 2, off Fletcher 3. Struck out —by Hawkins 1, by Frekes 1. by Fletcher 5. Hit by pitcher— Fletcher (Hawkins). Umpires— Armour and Barren. Time— 2:25. National IXMEIIC Pittsburgh 8, Boston I). Brooklyn 9, St. Louis 7. New Yoi-R 10, Chicago 1. Cincinnati 12. Philadelphia 3. vVilt! Scoring Affair Takes Over Three Hours To Play CAHUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Mn> 12 — Jonesboro defeated Carnlh- ersville In a weird exhibition o: bnsulmll here last night, 17 to 16. It wns n wild atfair, both a the plate nnd afield. The Carutli. crsvllle team imidc n total o eight errors while the vlsitini Giants made but one. The Pilots collected 1C hit while the Jonesboro club got 1 blows. Beavers of Jonesboro nin Turner of Carnthersville hit fo the circuit. Cnrnllicrsville used four pitches and Jonesboro three with a total' of 15 bases en balls being issued by the seven pitchers. Tlie- giime wns long, requiring thrcu .hours nnd seven minutes of piny. ' Tlie score by innings: It. II. E. Jonraboro 401 035 031—17 14 1 Cnrulhci'svillc 40-1 021 041—IU 10 a American i.cajjue Philadelphia 4. Detroit 1. Boston 11, Cleveland 4. Chicago 7, New York 2. St. Louis 7, Washington 5. Baseball Standings Northeast Arkansas League W. L. Pet. Blytheville ............. 4 1 .800 'arngould ............. 3 2 .600 onesboro .............. 3 2 .GOO Newport ............... 2 3 .400 Osceola ................ 2 3 .400 Cnruthersville CLEVELAND. (UP)—Famous composers are well represented in Cleveland's newest telephone directory. The book reveals nine Bachs, eight Mcndelssohns, seven Schu- btrts. five Ilnndels, three Haydns. Month-Old ISiihy iins 2 Teeth ASHTABULA. (UP) — Gurglill!' her pleasure, Jonn Carol Archibald, displays two tiny teeth that have struggled through her gums although she Is only one month old. Most babies start cutting teeth at. three months before they nve actually out of the gums. In Lima, rcru, hen-coops arc placed on Ihe Hat roofs of the lo» houses, 'fiierc the chickens are three MacDowells, t\vo Kevins nnd I hatched, lay eggs, nnd g-o\v fat a Vcrdl. for the table. By HARRY GKAYSOX Rjimls Hillior, NBA Service BAIiTIMOHE.—How good Is War Ailmlrul? . Well, li'.e rather small brown son of M:IM o' War wns goud cnoit"h to l>rfni< In front and run the mile nnd a quarter of the Kentucky Derby (in lop In 2:03 1-5. It was Ihe third fastest Derby i'ver run, only Old Rosebud and Twmty Ornncl turning It. in fnskr fashion —and War Admiral was/, eased up In the -stretch. \V:ir Admiral hns remarkable .sm'o;l. Is sensible, unti can be rated on lojj of the pack. He's uK-an at Hie ptisl. but tiint didn't hurt his sin 1 uny. iien who lik n to ^e frn?H rmim-rs looked in the eye befor 1 passing final jiiiigincnt may bij .siu- islied in ttic mile and n half of the Relmont Stake'; next iivjnth. but it is <|ii[^tlonable. NOIK? could match War Admiral in the Derby, so there Is no reason t^ snspiN:t tliat any will he able to run alongside him In the lielmont. An:! the eass with whifli the Riddle enlrnnt traverse 1 ;! tilt- mil*- ami n quarler of the Derby certainly does not indicate tliat he'll be bothered uy an adilitlonal uiu u-r of a mile. In short, War Admiral appeal's o In: that racing rarity—a sprint- r ihiit can go a route. Orcali'sl of Man »' Wars 'nimiej D. Kiddle un:l Trainer leoi'^e Coinvny declare Wai 1 Ad- ilral to be the finest of all Man ' Wav products . That's something in Ihe wav of .slal&ment uOion you ron^l'ter iiiisader. Mars, Scnpn Plow, Ba- cau. Ainericnn Flag, Genie, and imtlrer oils or two. Man o' Wnr'.s stud fee is $5000. inn Briar is the only oilier slal- lon that ever slood nt such a fee. But Mini o' War ahvays has prov- (1 a uoo;l Investment. If War Admiral wins the prenk- ness, May 15, which IIP should, he will become the fifth Man o' War product lo earn more llian $100.000. And War Admiral may wcl Rross more than all other Man o Wars, Including the old man himself. Man o' war earned $240,00 In winning 20 out of 21 races ii two years. Man o'War products which ex cceded $100.000 were crusadsi which copped !8 of 4'2 races to picl up.6203,281; Mars, S12S.7SO: Bate; n filly which won S120.7CO; nn Clyde Van Duscn, S152.112. Rcaj! Plow just missed. He had earn? S93.000. when he broke his leg i a oile-up and had to be destrovec American Flag, Geiiin, anil Wn Glory were other capable Man Wars.. * • * War .Ailniir.il Just Slarliug American r'lag easily would luu grossed J200.COO hn:i not pursr been down in 1924 and '25 nidd says Hint American PIni; was tl fastest horse thai he ever bre bill American Hag was very in EQijiul, treacherous, am! hard handle. Genie came in with a lot of goo horses and more than held his ow Wnr Glory was lough on occa sions. Wnr Admiral won on lop in [Jin of six starts as n juvenile He r,- Hie fnstcst six furlongs in Mar land this spring. i:n 2-5, and nine n show of iiis field in traversli the mile nnd a sixteenth of tl Chesapeake Stakes in 1:45 War Admiral is out of Bruslu HORIZONTAL 1 The most famous astronomer. 7 Hu was an • --- by birth. 12 Cord Jiamc*. 13 Uilstock. 15 Sea eagle. 1C Portrait statue. 17 Abated. 18 Children. 20 Dozes. 21 Sleighs. 22 To clip. 25 Public storehouse. 20 Marble. armies. 34 Skull / protuberance. 35 Hair oinament. •3Glnsulnled. 37 Ripsaws, 43 Cruder. 48 Blaclc haw. Answer to Previous Puzzle 49 Higher in place. 51 Pulls. 52 Aurora. 53 Cookery ragout. 54 Monkey, 55 He, v;as an ol , fallacies. 5(i He was an expert lute (Pi.). VERTICAL 2 Genus of auks 40 Mexican a Fold ot thread dollar. 11 Opposed. 14 Devoured. IB He was also an -—(pi.). 19 Brilliancies. 23 Indian plant. 24 He is known ;is an excellent - —. 20 Japanese fish. 27 Wine vessel. 26 By. .10 Data. 31 Frostbite. 32 Mine shaft hut. 38 Holm oak. 39 Ship's deck. 4 ICIcelniicd particles, f> Keccdes. G Verbal. 7 Frosted. B Scatters. !) Permits. 10 To press. 41 Arlifice. 42 Mast. 43 Cordage fiber.; 44 Seed covering/ 45 To remain. 4C Expectation. 47 Pitcher. 00 Plural. NEW GAME POPULAR BY BROWN New Nat Catcher ( y Sweep. : •''' ''"'i Most Alan o' Wnvs are chestnut ke Iho sire, hut Scapa Flow also vas a brown. War Admiral' is well milt ami handsome. He is small n comparison to (lie rest of the amily, which are very large. Clyde Van Duscn, which also led 'ov the entire distance in the Dtr- by, mis another execution. He veighed only 900 pounds. But Clyde Van Dusen wasn't half the horse .hat VVfir Admiral appeal's to b?. He bagged the Derby in the mud and got nowhere thereafter. War Admiral is just starting and gives every evidence ot being nbio to go. n long, long way., American l.cag-nc Philadelphia «t Cleveland. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Detroit. Wiishln'-'lon at Chicago. Today's Games Northeast Aiknnsas League Blytheville at Newport. Joneshoro at Caruthersvlllc. Puragoiilcl at Osceola. Southern league Atlanta at Memphis. Mew Orleans at- Knoxville. Chattanooga at Little Rock. Birmingham at Nashville. Uead Courier News Want Ad.i 'he chiince every minor leaguer ings for came suddenly to chnny Riddle, above, after seven years of waiting when the Vashington Nationals, disappolnt- 1 with the work of Shanty Hogan, cefy veteran, sent out a hurry all for help. Riddle, catching ?r Indianai>olis in the American .ssociation, was selected nnd wapjied jcbs with Hogan. Riddle, 30, Is heady and alert. Nntionni i.rajuc Pitlsburgh at Ncsv York. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago nt Boston. 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Philadelphia 10 5 .001 Cleveland 9 o .GOO Soston g 6 .571 Detroit 9 8 .529 Sew York 9 8 .529 St. Louis f> 9 .100 Chicago G 10 .375 Washington C 11 .353 Bernsselt k rt 3 Kirchoft &s 5 O. Williams 2b ,,,, 4 Read Courier News Want Ad». HANNA» FUNERAL HOME A beautiful and sympathetic service at moderate cost. Ambulance Service IU N, 1st Phone 58 EXTRA-FINE TASTING, TOO- MADE THE "SLOW MASH" WAY CURE—Bottoms Up is gloriously rich at a ° "nice" buy. And it's so finertastingbecau: of the Slow Mash whisky-making way. Think of Bottoms Up next time you want to buy whisky with both taste and value. Try it! "Slow Mash" .se KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISK* _ BROWN-FORMAN Distillery COMPANY, Louisville, You'll Say It', SPECIAL AtThe OPENS MAY 15 ~ CLOSES AUGUST 15 $' «:| SllBERNAGEr, it CO., Kxclusivc Distributors for Arkansas - t.ili| 0 Rock, Pine Bluff, Dermotl RULES All contest an I K must register ;i t our slovo lo become eligible for a prize. Fish must bo caught with hook nnd lino, lly reel or casting rod, live or artificial .bait. Those ciuitjht on trot . linos, in seines or mHs will not be oonsiileiTil. FOR THH H1CGKST HASS RULES Fish mnst be caught; within a 50-mile Vadius of Blytheville between May 15 and August 15 to be eligible for a prize. Weighing of any fish submitted for a prize must be done at our store or in the presence of an employe of Hubbards on ;i]>proved scales. ' FOR THE fWGGKSTCKAIM'll'; $5 FOR THE HIGGEST UKKAM CO.

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