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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 20, 1931
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£' ;> PAGli .SIX J V COUR1KK NKWS uigway! Hoslon Skipper Rounds Out Impressive Array of Baiters. : And. BY WILLIAM UKAlTHKlt NUA Srrvlcr Sports l-itil-jr r. PETERSBURG. Fin. M-irch -Bill McKeclmio fays 'Up." i out bays, here ):? rumfj. •.e manager of the Hosts:) /es is net D '.vnsier ol dU-tion. conveys his iiifiininys slmnly I ! directly. his favorite sperctosi Utlng of "No." "Yf?." n:i:l' ybc." iinlly ho is rli-lit. Thus, wh?n 1 \1 him last ycftr in ll:c spiiii 1 ! iing camp ut Waterfront Park Thum ,|. •e Braves \vcre colng anywlicr: I ,,, J .,| 1- - -.. I J ..»,_ .. .*•!._..( IHIU Red Sox .hi Outburst by Poet (VGool'ly nv jor. OX.OOFTV Formi-r V.'if [.r»ti:r I'llrlirr (With ni-olcglfi to Jl: Wolfe Hopper, Cawy, (I al.i J The unlock i«n't billjlam for ihe Hcd ti'K nine i!;!s year.' 'li * Iniicrs Kilt lin [Hipplni; up, is what I inoMly ff'ir. Fcr, lliQuvh tlir pl'.rliers tubor til! theJr anus driiii mil n'. near I Uic grocery fiiigrvf'a'icn was lead-1 • Ins! II to 0. Tin- Merchants walch- • c<l lliclr lead ;;radu.illy dwindle In ! the test hiilf os the inllltln sprlnl- i •id tinil fo:ind themselves t^lilin? | 'i'i )..<;> t!i I-M'I: itrms when the i • a-coiicl half i-u.lcd. In the extra I • pi-rlcil Mt-llrniy aia! Cols'.on add-} foul ; Standings • -" !llallvc:; f r°m ?'*M o.iicr high mass Jioiijing^ k ^ ..chools will tn:<= the part of dele-;^^ ^IDAY, MAKCH 20, 1931 acale J.osc II: Cclhr, to Sol- Wins. U H t:\kc-.s a lul (.1 tun 1 1:1 uin a bail ' uf Oas (articular, he said manage to finis was better than clgtih, v.-lrre Kail \Vvbb tan so:-k ':-in in a hundred dilirrenl wnys, An:l Sweeney known juM how | l.icc n line- Llinl will raise, ; Thc other Kfil i*« bailer:; swing l!ie slkk ai. in a daze, i HI MacFayden i.s a wonder Ed Miirrln Is a wow, fllnfi Ym past I'll nl!nw; . • i nun i.ll inuiiiji i.s a -No, They - Al . ( | UsmbfK ,.„„ ,| '", I 1 * 11 '- ™' J n,n Mackmeti. I'll bv n !:h; 'vi-r wllh Ihe c!i 1 l itn'ixiu;,' from ll.t 1 10 ! pil<r victory n-.i r | An r\;ra |n-rlo:l \\ns neu^xn !H' forr the rcnii:;!nv M s^nail L-: , .subdue U:' Mrrchnnta' ([iiinlcl : Ihrilll])).' cnmiinliM 1 The IMxi:' Flli-i:, nnd tiip III- .!i;ikci:; wiuam^ ^ff In Ihc Inllla! i;air.i-of (ix-i irifHii; will) Hi,' i-'ll- HiL'lr cplhir pi)!:t DV rr-llai 1 In a MI.- the Frlsnn live-. us necc'r-ary b:>- ' In inie. ;? other day 11U1'5 answer IT ; -Mne question w^s "Ui>." And i mnkes it look tail for son!' teams who finished aheid i;f ! F-rave: !:>!'. s?asDn. Wh?n liill ; • "Up" somebody else will hav_- : vne "Down." Baseball and III? i iike tlvat. ! The~celiiir Is the only place Sixteen rilcliors on Hosier ! team cm) ever light. •Eked Bill what !ID needed mn.". ; •I. ' | • itchcrs," he replied. "That's | v we've got 1C of 'cm on the ros- : And innelders. There's 10 in- ! :rs out there nnd soaie of 'em j • pretty (jood. too. \ cm of the new fellows have •. '. up before. Earl Shesly was up I -. the White Sox and Plrai-'s. i licr llald was up with ths Car- 1 •ils. Bool caught for Wnshinj- i and Bill McAfee got a tryotit ' Sing for the Cnls." !ie newcomers to the Jiravc.s this MRS \r- !u;v.rvcr '.hey Mice innl:e<l only after ii iipirm-l Lal'.lr, 'c.spfc-lally !n Ihc Iii:;l 'ililf. At Ihe •••nil of tin- fli-M half the ft-.ive s'luxi lied al H nil with lln- Fliers .siio.vlnj; :i murv aggressive Myleol jiluy tlinn In their -last fi".v fiolil i;.ial:, ami Wrlalil i:"cil I'.r the Kolciu-r; \Uiile Van-' 7-nl vns (he only Merchant to add . M wn I'oinl 1 : ! 'l'in li:i:il |-a:no of th*. 1 evening iv.-is i >.jj:ci"(i '.•. iirn\r ijie i;cst f:i-'F) ' .-tiL^iur.i'iil ol tin instil bin, fi'il.t; !aj l .yA:.v; cx]>-f:i.Lui<i:i:i. T!iit'r' re'4- , ! j , ii!;.v.', v.i'::- UK: •••In); from ;he ranks . »l the (ias U'.ilnd-;. fiihl 'nnlf' i']!iin)|': ; . Mid tin Lr [>!;icrs v.T'i'c talc- i loruilclablc !Ii:hh:ir(l Uoujx; had ]»t!r trnubic ::i v.inniii-', over )li:s -i i"l;!iiall(ii). '.<•'. I : li. . 'lilt: Hti'.IluK v.'.i.' cxilO'.'Led la. i!S ,' |)i]'i> p i<rful !.'!.|-.t:iii('" lo Ihe I l.'U'MJi' Ic-ack-!.-. Inil in Hie libs cf ll:i> :iccs c,! (I:.- (ins IL.IIII. tviino wu:i a 'yall'-away for ::-..d-HIV Ij'jy!,. Ineliteiilnlly Iho c. nl'.'xl failc'f] lo jtio'.UIr any basin f»r tlo;:in:! ihp probalile winner of the p!:iv-cff li'-tv.L'.u the cliaiuc.s «! the Ih'sl urn! wi-tind lialf. The ]!tinri:lK us \vlnn'. l rii ul Ihe first half in • certain lo bv in the play-off '.vHiir il-.c I1ul;h:inl live Is |ji'!ie)i)lly': (•c'.i'-i'di'd the :;ec(ind balf race. IIiiblMiil loyed ttllli Ihc <i;\si liiv. lo'idiiiK 17 lo '> at Hit half. | llubtaid ......... 4 Hl-Jtcksrs ........ 3 FrLreo ............ 2 Gas Hounds ...... •> Morcliiints ........ 2 Company M r • - Q.J."- Morns, former Amljutsador to !SM I ls "-'- in ' v: "' ] Preside. Mt\ - »:xic Pliers , PillLADEI.PHIA. cUI-J -Till! la'.'• *• •'-•; CM innovallon In cluirch recica- 1 3 -<!>J|i>cnal ;::tivitii':i is under way nt ° •» .UOO; toe f. '-iiieiieni I're ., , I Cl-urch. A y'O'.ip 0 [ ^g. -M011M. LEAGUE OF NATION a-ai'im have TO-'-i-etd a mini- pilILADELI'HIA, iUI'j--A mod- ''..iau 13-liole aolf couric in Ihc. a.^i.'iiibly cf tl'j- I.cuuiK' of Na-• !.•>•;• IIUNI of ilv clinrc!; under u:n will ix; held In iht William; <i:r;i.;xn cf )):<.• lit'V. Wilham MID Ilii'!i School for Girls. Rtpif- • the I the! In Hie ln:.l hall li'O hardmire boys j ::fciuci! conlcnl lo pass tl:c ball; iirr.u:i'.l with takiuij any exlraj shuts. Michael led the scorers wllh. riijlil jiolnls." Every player en Hie - nnUhed In ,029. tart lwo ,,l,,c-: Wl! ™ ^^^^l^l '-"'•« - !l L » '~> '" """ "^ '» n't much in Ihe life of Bill Me- ,.,.,,,, R( , (1 ^ IK hu :, U(I ,, ,. i(ty (1 J,,. blc piny, and liow! IV Oh, KOnicwhi-rc in tlii. c , liitui of ours Hi; sun is shining IjrlKlit; The Sem'.tcis ntul Indlini.s nnd Mucks arc In the flyhl— Hill 1 funs of dear old IlraiHown B :\M upou a yloomy sl B hl._ , n ^ ^^ ^^ w]lf) •„,--„;; Di!cl( , nicrs , 20) ,, es Fll^ra. "llooslor" accountc'il for IU Bible 1 points during llic fray. The lowly Apes, .slill \vlilioiit Ib sei-vircs of Ibeir ace forward. V/oolcy, turned In by far the blv- Msl upset of the cvcnini;. in Irounclnc Mie Fritco tinlnl In :\ c^aniL 1 of fc\v scores. 0 In a. The Frisco leiin. rated «•> one of ; UK strongest In Hie entire clrttill., , us , tva.'i an ov'rwIiMinlng fnvorlie lo j westbvooK lake the Ajie.s In its stride. With' It was really Wnrriiicluii. l''ain conntoil al inM one palnl. ] crack Hl-Jackcr forwurd, playing 1 l'" lr;1 ' '!ame - , ' —. ... m-jackcrs 28' Wn:i'h)i!lni) in Alken 2 i Medljn 4' 'Dg the pllchers arc Uob Jjrown. '. the Springfield Three-Eve; J and McAfee; George Peery". a BaltinK Slylos nf Joe McCnrttiy won't iry lo change :-ihc styles of any of his players. Tlv.' Yankee pilot claims he Is not Instructor. He prefers lo IK 1' F Dames 4 C fiaustc 1 G Lewis 1 C; lx> SiibstUutitius—I r hers. T'uiner lli-J:!Ckers. I Stewart C Clnmc 10) tsvo i ! "!"" al tin- :,iail o[ ' Q l Ial11s called a dcv:lopcr of baseball play- .erfi. "They can'l all lilt liic wny Ih? I'lcnly RI K lil-iranilc:l Hitlers I '.Yom the rank's ol those men ' st come two or three to s!iare the j stance years ago but Al seems to Tdens of Zachary. Sberjel, Sel- | have been pc'.Hny along right well ' T | |cy svo ., ]d i, 11vc i ln[ | A j s| inm on<> abandon his fncl-ln-thc-buck?t with It uecnus; It's natural tor him. Ihc came Ihc rallrouders were forced lo open wllh a makeshift lln?-- iip. The nml half of [he K:iinc was n levclalion in "how not to scnrc." wilh tlis half llndln'j the Ape:; buastini; two poinls nnd Hie Frh- ct) noiit 1 . Wllh only one regular missli'.B In IV.; lust half the Frisco still cenUI t'.n: mikiicr Its muni consistent play and tlic .a-.ik'vard Aps eii.viubtc bntllcd Ihc rnilnni!;rs all the way.!-' Merchants. W Ison 1'os F F C C. O fftibslHiilloiis—Apes. '1, Frisco Carman. Third f.anic Ccnnunv M CJDI'ns. Wriglil 5 F Melfcnrv F Wlgijins 2 Craig S Coistni) 7 C O C, Frisco (81 Sccoy Chapin Mosley 2 j Holland C Uroiidon HoaUvriaht [ i ei'c'liants 18 j Van/nnt C Hullon 1 Bnker 4 Isaacs. E. 1' Isaacs. P. 0| Substitutions— Company M, Bone ! , '. 'd, Brandt. Frnnkhouse. Cunnlivj- '' ni and Cantwell. =1 don't reinen)!!!^ having seen any . "How about left-banders?" I ask- c-lhcrr. who successfully copied Sim• . ,\ BUI. i mcns' form." : ' 'Yes, I got- enough left-handers," ! Roger I'ccklnpatu;!). head man In , ".> replied. ,11)0 Indians' wigwam, lias come over "I mcnn how about beating led- i l(1 McCarthy's way of rcisonl:)-;. . '.nders?" • ;Pcck tried to make -Jonah Goldnnn .- "We'll beat some left-handers this ! shorten his held en t!ie tat mrJ • :nr. I can put a learn on tnc neld i poke the tall. Jonah followed l:i- ght )iow with every man luttln? ; slriictlons bat his l;llii:)sj boom:' Ihe right side nf (he plat^. ''wars;. Finally, (he cud cf "Al the catchers in camp here '. last season, Goldmen resorled to at right-handed— Spohrer." liocl. | his old style of holding the bat nt - .read well. Bill Cronin, LuetL-e nnci-'ho curt. Tl)ere was a noticeable /eltnian. Take Slieely at fir:'., Ma- l.hnprovemenl. .. .ulre at second. Mnronvlile at! "One reason there nr; nos morr hort and Chatham al third, j Ko^ 1 golfers." snys McCarthy, "is .Chere's a right-handed baiting in- ' because practically all of the pr> I .. .leld. • j fesslannl iraehers try to make cv.'ry "In the outfield there arc Ber- • pupil a duplicate cf themselves. l ier. Schulmerich, Worthinston r.n:I ! couldn't be n Hagcn and I'm mill? ! 2arl Clark— all righf-hnncied bil-.'we Ihe llaig couldn't do some of : cers. Richbourg and Randy Moore : ll 'e things I do with a gelt club." •are left-handed batters. ! . . . "Charley Wilson, from Roc'r.cs'.er. j So the ynimg Yankees are fDllow- .bats either way and looks pientv j '"' tllsl ' r ov.n iiDlnral slyl?5, with 'premising to me some where in th; i McCarthy lendin? Instruction only infield. He camc'up via the Carcil- i vhm ll '-e (orm Is entirely wrong. Jial farm, and we grabbed him i Many critics have voiced their . irom Rochester this year. The Cards [disapproval of the butting s:ylc of don't need a shortstop with Char- j J'omg Myrll Ilo.ig, tlie hlgli-prier.l •- He Gelbert playing there. m -'-- leaguer, lie has a peculiar "I may switch Wilson to Ihird, wav of bending knees and ss nobody can keep Rabbit Maran- 1 knc:khig them logclhcr as Ihc ball - vilte ofl the tepjn if he goes like ' nc ^ r - s Ihe plnle. But Hoag takes a [ ' he did last year. Wilson hit .303 i ' L '" c "'- an(l v.'hen he connects (he last year. Johnny Neun, first base- ' bM takes n ri; ' c man. can bat either way, too. i "Personally, 1 don't like Hoas's "No, I guess the Braves won't b2 '-'ance at ihc.platc." McCarthy says • any Eslup for left-handed pitch-:' 11 commenting on this particular ers any longer. Look up your aver- '' >' c 'Hh's slylc. "hut Ihc Pncifir Coast Holland, Triscu fniwi'.nl. playiu'-[: a guard position v/ns the only 'nil-:' reader who could hit Ihc bnsket will) any rlesivc of .success. A foul ?0!il In Ihc lasl miniile of play by Elevens gave the Apes victory. Holliuul led the scorers wllh six points while Wcr-lbrnok of the Apes cctmlcd four. H loal; an extra throe minute period to dPcriuine Ihe winner of O 1 .? Company M.-Mci'clnnls i;an;e. Vnurth Cianic HoiuidK (G) I'os. IluWrarcl (31) Elkins F Tntun) 01 nmr.nt F K'inzham, J. 1 Cbiistlan 2 C fv'insimm. A. 3 Rushing ' CS Henry 2 DIIS'JV -I O Michael 0 Snbstitiillons—Gns Hr,unds. Cav- Ut; Ifubbard Blankcnship 1. Biirgc •I. Rcfcrcj—"Tulfy" Uushii).?. giinies one and Uvo; Thomas Ivy, ensues .... mililia ::ovs nnlslied nlieail all'l'"? 1 - 1 aml fm:v ' TnncKfe|:.?r. Kyle.] Hie end cf the iivrr-tim.- period,! Sccr?r, Sudbuiy. 21-10 At ll;e ilnlsh n! the ' half Hie scove v/as knotted., al 10 points. Tlie merchants' live got off to a comfortable lead in the fust half. Whan the halfway whlslle sounded Tiie-cuciimuer usually has a :erii-1 peralure oi'.e degree lovv^r than I lhat ol Ihe surrounding almos-1 phere. Hence Ihe expression "cool -. as a cucumber." ,i-ages and see what so:ne of thsse , League averages of Inst ycrr show I ^oiumw boys tat, too." ! he hll .337 so he must b; I gathered from that the inter-''P rctt - v B°cd- It's the results he RCU view uas over. And, jusl lo be 1n- • " nt interest me. I suppose, tho'jjh, quisitive, I peered into a Braves ! tllat lr ' le docsu'l hit for us I'll have zoster to see whal Ihe balttng fig- lo tr >' lo straighten him out. Hew- , ures were. " ccvr. I won't ask him to do anv- Among the outfielders, Wes-' th '"£ tllnt <ronlt 1" "atural fcr Schuimerich.' former Oregon Siale llim -" fcolball Elar, purchased from Lo. I ^ ' " " , „ Angeles this year, hit .377 in the ! Dabe .',4 Coast League last Mason. Bob Wor- i bal1 &'• tningtcn. purcnaftd from Ro-ches- s ' )r ' n S- Rogers Hornsby vetoes polt ier, hit .376 In the International ^ nml saj ' 5 tllat ll; ncver wiil *' llcc ll Of the Braves' regular outrield^rs • "" whilc llc ' s V'^ in ^ baseball. last year Berger hit 310- Rich- ' (Hcr nsby played his firsl game of ^"'g, .304; Clark. .298, and'Moore : gcit tilk s P rln S ) - Thc Bab - Ruth u f ucv ra tllnl Jvory should play golf In the -«>' ' gclfifing develops his legs and him to keep his wrists supple. Rootie Wilson May Fil In Sheely, firsl baseman, caught in Hcnish >' lws unusually s'.ronj the draft from San Francisco hit ' wrists Dut lle Doesn't v,-aii! onyj -403, and Bill Drcesen. infiekhr : P cif bcC9II5;! ° r tae dagger o: mix- ] drafted from Springfield hit 144 ' insr " lc flal sw i"5 of a baf;b,il! bat I i Neun led the four regular InficU-' wltl1 "'" rmilld - upright swln» of nj ~ ers held over from last year 'lili- ecl[ C '" D - ' ' ting J25, and Ihe others ta'fd 1 • Th(1 ' rc vou Ilnvc ttt '0 Srcat hHU:; •«e)?alham. 267, Maguire .267, Ma- • with wltlel i' thflerent views. The ranvllle .281. The fact lhal Rookie : ^^ at * vice at IIlls r 'P^ ! seems lo'. Wilson from Rochester hit 300 last ! me lo ^ McCattl 'y's ... Be nnl- ! year makes it appear that he is go- uril1 ' Comparison is the way to judge quality ... If you have not used Bud wciscr Barley-Malt Syrup, give it a trial. Superior quality of raw materials—expert knowledge in the manufacturing —the largest nnd best equipped plant —qualify us to say that iiudwciscr Barley-Malt Syrup is "the best money can buy." In the big red cau. Sold everywhere. NEW ind out at fhe price ordinary 6asQlin * 59 • INSTANT STARTINQ QUICK PICK-UP PHILLIPS 66 is made by the world's largest producers of natural high gravity gasoline DELIVERED $1019 | 2 - .DOOK SEDAN •'ACTORY KQUII'- EI) IN RLYTHK- 1LLE Ing to nt Into the Br lineup, g u lg lo nc mto the Braves' , ulcup , „ i rf f!,? y ; , pr * a "y at th "-d. iHorsa Understands • BUI, at least, has found what ho i • T u- t • i , p L was after-some rlghl-handcd «lue- • ' raiilC Light System gers. 5 SALT LAKE CJTY, Utah. (UP) —"Dick." tr.e horse cf Philip Sch=- nert, has defied the machine ng; and relained his usefulness by the And, from a fellow like Bill the .word. "Up" means a great deal. COPS TO ATTEND SCHOOL . 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