The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1932
Page 5
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SRPTKMBKK 15, 1932 JLYTIigVILLE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Here's Action for Autumn Gridirons' I Linclslroin's Homer In lOlh locals Bruins; Yanks Reserves Score Triumph The Chicago Cubs, almost home safe with l'r.e National league pennant, were bumped olf by Ihe New York Olanw in ;i game ;it New York Wednesday. The Yankees, al) cads' certain of the American loop Mag. let reserve.', lake the. plac! cf rcsulais but won uver the While Sox. The CiianU defe.iUd tht Cubs 3 to 2 with homers accounting for Ihe victory of the New Yorkers. Oil's Mill hcraer of the season with two flj) in Ihc firs', accounted for thr?? of the Giants' rims and LiiidsuomVi , four-ply swat in [he lO'.h inning won for the Giants. Hubboll was th? winner of the over-time pitching duel with Malonc. The Boston Braves walloped the ' \y'\"'- : -"-''--'^ "V^-'-^r^" 1 ' * "'?•' #,^V-.A^ ^ <# .'V»r/ s r [A'V^ *.^ fa .-t. jht on lop of you Is the fooiball season—ami here's action that typifies it. Joe Wlatrik, University of Washington linesmen, show how they go at Tony tlielr Burke, left, opponents. for quite a shock. Every man on the team, linesmen, quarterback, fullback, halfbacks—even drawbacks, if they have any, which no one will admit- down to the Waterboys—will be redheaded! Someone raised the rwr(in;nt question this week that if the team in the filth that upset I'ittsburgli scoring plans. Brown, Boston right- hander, scored his 14th victory of the season. French was the losing hurler. The third place Brooklyn Dodgers gained a game 0:1 the second place Bucs wh?n they beat !hr- St. Lculs Cardinals. Van Mungo save Ihc Cards 11 hits but kept them scattered. Two runs in the first inning sent the Dodgers off in front ant! Ihey were never headed. Tile score was 3 to 1. The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Cincinnati Reds 4 to 1 at Philadelphia. Hanson was a piiyzle to the rtecls. holding them to four hils. Johnson was the losing pitch. • -The Yankees, with several regulars resting, teat, the Chicago Sox 3 lo 2. Brown started his second B»ne of the season for the Yanks aid was counted the winner. He l»!d the So.v scoreless until the iiiilh inning when they counted Ivo runs. The Yankees liatl alr:ady -•cored their three. Ted Lyons was Ihe losing pitcher. Tile Philadelphia Athletics scored eight runs in the final inning lo beat the St. Louis Browns 13 to G. The uprising incliide.1 a honrr by Dykes. Others hitting lor the t circuit were Ooslin. Bums and tccnrane. Tony Freitas Was the ivu:ning and Hebert the loslne pitcher. The. -Washing[on Senators were swampc<l.-;by-thV Detroit" Tigers at 'iis--<! hit the offerings of four Nat nurlers for 12 blows. Earl White- ! f, • " Ml gave the Nats 10 b-.a w as neve' ' - h ' Ca8 ° 44 in trouble. L!oyd Brown was t! High Redbugs Will ° " D^^ll*-, O^ T) J T^l " C? Keally DC Ked Ihis season KORDYCE, Ark.—Teams that is (o continue to bo called "Red- face the Fordycc high school Red-1 burgs" it ought to live up to ils buss this fall should be prepared name. Thft might not have been p' ant news tor the fond mamas ot the gridiron heroes but it was hailed with delight by the drug stores. T'l:e squad went, in for wholesale chemical reaction. Like Jeau liar- low, whose name perhaps you noticed in the papers when she made up for "Red-Hcaccd Woman." every member of Ihc football criuad now is redheaded. Not a brunette as far a.s the eye can see. There was another reaction !hat there is some delicacy about, referring to but it seems to be pare of the game, some of the rtrdycc high girls who fancied certain black-headed boys on the team swooned away when these lucks lads showed up for their firs', "dates" after ihc chemical transformation. But they're for the Rcd- biigs now. The only disagreeable feature about sonic of the synthetic redheads is that their hair wash likely will be transferred to their opponents in a tight scrimmage au:i the complexions may be bandied about the field. Still each boy lias an identifying number. And their National League W. L. Chicago ............. 84 59 Pittsburgh .......... 18 04 Brookljn ............ 77 Philadelphia ......... 73 Boston .............. 13 New York .......... 66 St. Louis ........... 05 Cincinnati .......... 58 Pet. .587 .543 .531 .510 .503 .405 .455 .400 American W. New York 101 Philadelphia 88 R3 Id 80 iroit 09 Louis r Bostcn Pet. .701 .CIS .590 ,5fi7 .437 .418 .314 .282 mothers will be along to pick on the genuine Redbugs after cac clash. American League Philacelphia at St. Louis. Men- York al Chicago. Boston at Cleveland. Washington at Detroit. National Ltajup St. Lotil; at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelrjhin. Chicago at New York. ING! 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