The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1943 · Page 4
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EIGHT BLYTHEV1LLB (ARE.) COURIER NEWS Ne\v Yorkers Bunch Hits In . /pFirslfv'3: Innings; CKand- /^jer Goes Route v " •' - •• F>- United 1'rcss ; .TIiC-.New .York- Yankees linve resumed their'winning ways In the Arberlcan League. For, after dropping both ends of a Sabbath (toublclicncler to tho Philadelphia Athletics, llio Yanks bounced back, yesterday nfternoon to beat Die Wasliineton Senntors, 4 to 1." Spud Chandler went Hie route lor tlic Bombers nnd limited Washington batsmen to six hits. The Yanks managed only as many btngles but bunched the mnjotiiy of" them in Hie first three innings to score all markers. The Ynnks mride their first mil in the second frame on rt .wild pitch nnd BUI Jolmson's ;-,lnelc. In the.third, a hit, n succession of Utmls. nnotlier wild pHcli mid a long lly. was enough to net the New'-Yorkers another three markers" .-.',:'" , The New. York-Washington B,««C was the.'only contest In the American League. ..In.the National circuit, blfj Mori Cooper hung up his eighth win of,. Die season as the St. Ixiuis Cardinals heat the Cincinnati Reds.- 5 to 3. Cooper's kid brother, "Walker, also,-did Ills bit for (He .Cards by blasting home tl:re-3 of", their runs in the sixth. The Cards then scored another marker in' the same frame and added the flrial. (a|ly In the seventh. Frank McCo'rinick .homered with one mate on the.sacks to account lor two of the Cincinnati total in lh« CHICXftSftW :,f " West Main Near 21st St. Sit.' starts 12:15; Sun. starls 1:45 •;;'.';•'"; NljM shows 5:45 7'"Excepl Monday, opens 0:45 Continuous shows Rat. arid Sun. Where Catcher Schang Was, Great Pitchers Made Marks; World Series Followed Wally > Last'Time Todny ; ; (No Buddy Nile Tuesiias) ..i'lilTLER'S CHILDKEN". -<_ •" " . with ' , .Tim Holi £ Bonila <jranvil(c .'-, .' : :.-.- Comedy •'••;. . Universal News •Wednesday & Thursday -Double Feature By HARRY OR AY SON' . NBA Sports Editor Walter K. Schang wore a trim moustache when he reported to the Athletics in 1913. Teammnlcs kidded 'him about it, but soon slopped, and not because he .shav- cd It off. The bloke could catch, Connie Mnck rate him light behind Mickey Cochmne in his all- time book. 1 Wally Seining, « stocky little fellow, was agile nnd tremendously powerful. He had strain: hands rlevelo|ied sewing covers oti Pullman mattresses in Buffalo during the off-season. Wally SchaiiB, drafted from Buffalo by Manager Mack, caught the first World Scries game he saw. World Series followed him around, lie was lii six Series— with the A's, Red Sox and Yankees. Ho was on four world championship combinations. Sehnng, now inanagtne in the minors, caught more than 1800 American League giuncs In IB years. In 1940, at 49, he caught (lie second game of double-headers nnd • night engagements and hit close to .300 In managing the Three Rivers,' Quebec, club to the Provincial league pennant. A switch hitter of Rood speed, Schang left a lifetime' big league batting average of .287. He played third base and the oulfield for the A's and in the outfield tor the Red Sox. . FINGERS ARE GNARLED Vjhcrc Sundew Sehnng was, great pitchers umdc their marks —Chief Bender and Eddie Plank of the A's; Babe- Rulh, Dutch Leonard, Ernie Shore and Carl Mays or. the; Keel Sox; Heib Pcn- nock, Bulle't Joe Bush. Waltc Hoyt, Mays, Bob Shnwkey and Sad Sam Jones of the Yankees, and Robert. Moses drove nnd Moose Eam- shaw of the 1930 A's. Schang was thrown at by every type of pitcher — the fireball southpaw, the whiplash curve right- hander and the crenm puff variety. Balls broke in alt directions, high and low. Gnarled lingers are the evidence. '•' Schang caught, nil four of the Athletics' victories over the Gl- mils In the 1D13 World Series. and his .357 batting average hiul much to dp. with the result. The .World Series buslne.-ji be gnu to fall in Philadelphia in '14. when the miracle Braves swept the set. Manager Mack scrapped his famous combination,, it will be recalled. Schang was traded to the Red Sox In '17. As the constitution , follows the flag, the Baseball Standings TUESDAY, JUNE 15," 19-13 ¥; FROM CHEYENNE* with .;•. Loretta Young & Robert Preston "MAYOR VV '14th STREET" •\" .. •''•• :>w:lh '' '.. Anne Shirley & Dennis Morgan : Selected Slior(s Fenway World Series went, to Park . with him In .'1B.> He ought n fireball left-haixler named Ruth, batted AH in five games against Big Jim Vaughn, I.cfty Tyler and the t right-hand- ers the Cute lind avallnble. ;. : BENDER GAVE HIM BREAK Miller Hugglits made one of his i aids cm the Red Sox in the winter of '20, lock Pitchers Hoyt and Harry Harper nnd Schang, who fell smack dab Into another World Series—three In n row, in fact. The sloel-thewed Schang was i\ Open 7:15 r Show Starts 7:45, Adm. Always lie and I'M eighth. In a twilight gnme, the Bostcn Braves rallied in the final Inning's to nose out the Brooklyn Dodgers, 4 to 3. A two-run rally in the eighth turned the trick, nnd the double count was set up on single:; by Connie Ryan, Tommy 'Holmes and Johnny McCarthy, and Charlie Workman's long fly'. Those were the only nm.tor league games played yesterday. But in an exhibition game the SI. Ixmls Browns succeeded in beating Great Lakes Training School, 8 to 2. The defeat was only the second for the Sailors this season. TUESDAY PAL NITE 2 "Tickets for 25c 'Flying Fortress' with . . . Richard Greene i... Also Selected Shorls Wednesday & Thursday Yesterday's Results SOUTW.KN Lfc'AGUK W. L. Pet SOUTHERN LEAGUE Knoxvlllc 11, Memphis 2, Night .games: New Orleans nl Atlanta, Birmingham at Chattanooga. Little Rock at Nashville. . SH SMOGS/ xNiishvillc ............ 34 xClmltanoogn ........ 20 xLlllle Rock ......... 2C 28 Ji Atlanta ............. 2fi Knoxvlllc ............ 23 xNew Orleans ........ 24 Memphis ............. 14 X— NlRhl game. IN EVERY PUFF. ON EVERY ROLL NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 3. Boston \, Brooklyn 3. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE W, L. St. I.ouls 30 15 Brooklyn 31 20 Cincinnati 24 21 23 22 Boston ; 20 I'lillndclphlii 21 New York n AMERICAN LKAGUR New York 4, Wailjiiifjlon Only games scheduled. Today's Games fin^roll-your-own ciearclle* In every lismdy pocket ol Piince Albeit I SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis a I Knoxville. New Orleans at Atlanta. Little Rock at Nashville. Birmingham nt CM.Uiinoos'.i. NO BITE IN PRINCE ALBERT. THE RICH TASTE PERKS THROUGH CLEAR, MILD. NO SPILLING OR BUNCHING, EITHER. CRIMP CUT TO LAY FLAT, ROLL QUICK, EASY, TRIM. BETTER IN PIPES, TOO! AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pel. New 'Vork Wn.sliliig.tnu Detroit Philadelphia Doston .... Chicago ... Cleveland NATIONAL LEAGUE -Boston at Philadelphia, 2 games. .Cincinnati at St. l-on!s, 2 Brooklyn at. New York. Chicago at Pittsburgh. AMERICAN I.KAC.UK Philadelphia at. Boston. 2 gnnie.s. New York at Washington. niBht, St. fouls al Chicago, night. Detroit at Cleveland, nighl. St. Louis .17 Pournnd one-half to flve t feet Ib the average height of Ijiplandei Pail of Tennessee was called the Armor plute comprises nlxml 30 from 1174 to per cent of the total weight of light tank. Wally Schang . . . pipe the moustache, Yankee bulwark In each, handlin Pcnnock, Joe Bush three grimes ID two In the the submarine shoots of Mny.s, Hoyt's hard one and the remarkable stuff and Sam Jonps. The Yanks, smarting from tcals by the Giants In '21-22, were lendin '23 Series. ers took !i .4-1 cdse in the sixth skirmish and were breezing along until seining, always a timely hitter, singled on" Art Nchf to open the eighth. What followed clinscd Nehf, smil the Yanks took It' all G-4. One of .Mite Manager Hugglns' few mistakes was the trading of Seining to the Browns in '20. Wally's eyes were reported falling but he could see well enough to hit .330 in 103 games. He was the Browns' first-string reccivei In '27-'2fl-29, and then wns traded back to [lie A's for Third J3n.se- mnn Snmmy Hale— just in time for another World Series! Scliiing wns raised on a farm nenr.DiiPuy, N. Y., but was a city slicker In back of the plate. "The catcher is the jockey," he explains. 'The pitcher t s the horse. A good horse will lose with a bad rider. The catcher must not let the pitcher lose his courage, confidence, control." Iron Man Schang considers Chief Bender the lop pitcher of them nil, and not because the Chippewa gave him his first hrcnk In July. 1013, when he asked Connie Mnck to "let the kid catch me." "Bender was n crabby o!d Indian," rcintes Schaug, "inn what n heart he lind, and what an arm." The same may be said of Wally Sehnng. There arc 75,533 miles of highways in the state of Colorado. OMCM * JOHN HUSTOfi Paramount, New» Comedy 3 TIMES AROUND THE WORLD DAILY ON SINCLAIR PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL Three times around the world—more than 75,000 miles—is the mileage flown daily by American Airlines' giant fleet of Flagships. And every ship is lubricated with Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. When you use Sinclair Pennsylvania in your car, you're giving your engine the \ e»me protection given costly airplane motors. So take a tip from American Airlines. 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