The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1933 · Page 4
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(ARK.) .TOLEHW WJKH Senators Set.Pace by Five • and Half Game Margin; ; Giants Lose. The fast ' stepping Washington • ji-Miors defeated their neatest rivals, the Ntw York Yankees, yes- 'tt-rd.iy for their sixth slinl«l:t '-triumph and l>.-<1 ihe American •Icajuc by five nnd a half games. The Nats nosed out Ihc Yankees 4 to 3 at Washington. Stewart "J-urlcil all but :i part ol the ninth lor the Nats before being relieved ' by Crowder. Van Alta hurlf-d good tall for Ihc Yonkss but two errois mounted for a pnlr of Hie Washington runs. Meyer nnd Kiilu-l ]r<l the Nat attack Kith seven lilts between ilium. •••'Ilie nctioit 'Timers li-iitinpheil 'over Hie Chiratio While Sox In a ,17 Inning batik- ni Chicago. The •tcore was C 10 5. Sorrell hurled : ior the Tlm-rs and v.ent lln 1 full :0!slance. The Sox u.s«l UO p!t- iiiers, Lyons- and Mllltr. GreTii- "r>crg's single, followed by Doljack's triple accounted for the Miiinini; .Viin. 'fhe Cleveland Indians dofenictl .tjie Si. Louis Browns twice at cjjeveland. The scores wtae 5 to a nnd 3 to 2. Harder anil Pour- son wert the winning plic-Mi? and Jladley and Baleholder the U'.rrs. Tliu Boston Red Sox .scored 11 j-.nis In the first inning and >l>en v.Hil ahead lo beat the Plilladol- jjhia Athletics in n slugging bee, is! (o 10. It «ns the blt'gfsl one I'ining for the Red Sox in many vecrd. The Macks used three pll- chcre before the onslaught was stopped. Errors contributed* largc- }y to the Boston score. Rhodes wus the winning pitcher. "..The Gianls dropped a 2 to 1 I'wislon 10 the Phillies at New ,iork. Don Hurst was the hero cl-tiie victory'of the tail emlerfi dyer ihe Nulion.il leadsrs. Ills twn .homers represented all of the Phils' itorss. Phil Collins limited the plants to five hits. Carl Hubbell v.iis the losing pitcher. ;. '..The Chicago Cubs defeated the Pittsburgh, Pirates 3 , lo 2 at Chicago. Grimm, manager of the Cubs, hit a homer in Ihc seventh inning to break up a tie and give .the Cubs vlc.ory. Lou Wurnckc winning pitcher, chalked up his 17(h victorv nr thK season. . .. .'The Brooklyn Docgers beat tiie 'Boston Braves 11 to 0 afltr dropping .-a 6 to 2 decision. Zachary was Ihe winning pitcher In the -. rtrst game, and Bock in the sec• uuo. Beck limited the Braves lo five hits In the second aflair. Lopez hit for the circuit in the second game!.. -....'',The;SU.'Louls Cardinals trounc- . cd.Uie'Cincinnati Reds twice at " SI; Louis Sunday. The score ol • the firit game was 3 (o 2 /ind Hie •;,crbnd, 4 to'3. The second game cent "12 innings before a slngre by O'Farrell scored Durochcr with the \vinnlng run. Dean and Vance were the winning pitchers. Lucas rnri Johnson were the losers. Age and Youlb Winner Two of the eight former winners who lire trying for n double victoly 111 the Grand American Hnndicup (rapshoot at Vandalia, O., Af.g. 21-20, are shown uliovc. The fellov: lining up hl s sights Is C. A. young, Springfield, O.. farmer, who won the classic in 19'JG by breaking 100 targets out of ,101). Inset Is Rufus King, Jr., of Wichita Falls, Tex., who won In IMO. when H years old. Surprise In Pro Golf Meet Gaincs Strikes Out 15 As Sandy Ridge Wins AVith Marcus Gaincs hurling three-hit ball Sandy Ridge shut out Bardstown at" Sandy Ridge park Sunday afternoon. The [TOre was 4 (p 0. Calnes fanned 15 men and kept Ihc Bardslown hitters handcuffed tnroughoat ihe game. The Sandy Ridge hitters were -limited to live blows by Sanderson, Bardstown liurler. . Errors \vere.frequenl and Gaines got his shut out In spite of five mlscues by his team mates. Itardstown made fom- errors. Sandy liidge had six men left on ba.ii and BardstouTt 7. The two teams will meet In a return game at Sandy Ridge, Sunday. August 20. How They Stand Soilhtrn New Orleans ' 28 Kr.oxville .". 20 MimphU -24 Nashville 23 Little Rock 24 Birmingham 21 . Chattanooga 23 Atlanta 18 The old spttball tree. bore such greats as Bill Doak, St.inle Coveleski. Urban Shocker. Clarence Mitchell, Jack Qulnii, Burlelg Grimes and Red Faber....Qiiinn was the last of the moist twirle to drop from Father Time's shaking he's now playing.semi-pro.. Burlcigh Grimes nlinnsl followed him when the Cubs let him go r ccntly....and that would have left old. Red Faber, White Sox hurle the last of the'old line....but the Cards picked up BurleiBh lo n in their last stretch drive....and so there are two apples still left o tile trce.:nllhough somewhat withered.. ..Who'll be the last? u . L. Pet 20 .583 19 .578 21 .535 22 Ml 25 .400 Ml .tm .383 24 27 29 National . W. L. Pet. New York 63 43 .594 Pittsburgh 61 48 .560 Chicago 61 49 .555 St. Louis 59 52 .531 Boston 58 -52- .521 Philadelphia 45 Gl .425 Brooklyn 43 02 .410 Cincinnati .: 44 67 .396 Awrieu W. L. Pet . Washington .......... -,0 38 .648 New York ........... 64 43 .598 Phlladslphla .......... 53 53 .500 Cleveland ............. 55 57 .491 Detroit. .. .......... .. 53 57 .482 Chicago ..... ......... 51 57 .472 Boston ;...• ........... 47 59 .443 St. Louis........ ...... 42 71 .372 IS lESPITCIEFEJff Tvavclevs .Wallop Kuox- ville But-look outs Take Leading Birds Twice. Despite a lew; to the LillU- Rock Traveler th; Knoxville Smokies 3»i;ied ground, in the sccout! lialf Erutheru leasuc chase yesterday. The leading Birds, who recently replaced the Sniokles as loop leaders, lost two games to (he Ghatanooga Lookouts and trimmer heir lead over the Smokies (o a half game. The Travelers skidded to victory in the rain al Knosville Ha'nk Hulvey had nllowed Hie Travelers no hits and no runs until the fifth inning when th? rah 1933 LAST TWO APPLES ..... By Laufori A 'Gripping Moment I-' • •. -i-. ;> A\V-^flWR* WJ i.,: T:-. L -J:.' US. Wi,...'.'. \;-. 4'k!'. •!' ~ .JJ •-••'• I I - 11 " ivnsHbolers From Over Countrv Meel al Van- clalia, Ohio, Aug. .21. NKA SM-vIce VANDALIA, Ohio.—Wllh eight niicr champion.'; trying to do nut no othor trapshooter has me Ix-fore—win. tile Grand Amcr- an Handicap twice—that-classic trapshootlng will got nutter re Ann. 21 'foj; a six-day scs- m. '.artlnif out wjih an entry.list 7«-in 1000, tills annual affair ow in ILs nith year, will attract on: thini 1000 shooters with en- eyes from all parts of the lilted States,, and even from the innl Zone. Thcit'll be n lot of ammunition lined mi In shooting for the 4,000 prize money lu the singles ifiets. doubles 'and team Bhoow * • • A. R. Sheffield of Dlxon, III a illway mall clerk, was ihe wlu- LT in. 1932. Sheffield broke 88 irgets out of 100 from 21 yard.s id will be trying for his-.second In IhU year, Other former wlu- .1 who will be out for a doub!f elory arc Rev. Garrison Roebuck Defiance, Ohio. Rufus King jr -year-old from Wichita Falls ex.. Moss Newman' of Sweetwtsl- r, Tex., Ike Andrews. Spartau- . S. C., C. A. Young. Sprlm:- fld, Ohio. Mnrfc Aric, Champaign. I., and E. F. llnak of Canlon, hlo. Ynime. a retired farmer, Is one the few to ever win the Grand mc-rican with a perfect score of 00 targets. Probably the largest delegation o take nart In the phoot .will come nm New York. The. New York thletic Club is sending more than 0 crack shots. The Panama Cannl squad, hend- .1 by J. R. Strauss, numbers eight f the best marksmen -In that U territory. O. N. Ford of Del Mnnte, Calif ends a deleeatlon of 12 from Cal- 'ornia; C.' L. Twov of ' Atlanta na., will lead n Georgians into ie shooting affair and the rest 61 thousand, entries .'-will come 1 cm as widely separated point Philadelphia. Sandtisky, Ohio Inlites Clly, Fla. L Denver, Okla- oma City and Houston, Tex. Events to be run oft* during the hoot will include 'state cham- lonship races, doubled champion- hips, amateur clay target tournV- nent. clasr championships, pre mltiary ami Grand American' 1 iandicap, uncl (he Vandalia opert' landicap and open championship vents.. ; Vandalia Field here is the permanent home of the trapshoolcr's if America. It covers 62 acres and was completed in 1924. The Grand American hns been here there since 025, and the youngest to win it was Rufus King. Jr.. the Texas boy. v.'ho was 14 when he broke 97 argets from a distance of icynrds o win the 1D30 shoot. R. O. Helkcs of Dayton. Oliio, fivst winner of the Grand American handicap In 1900,.will be on hand this vear but. because of the of sight in one eye, will be unable to. take part in the shoot. - •• ••...,••-;.•.••• \'\.•.••!•• ; : J »:\\-x^* "-« A comparative unkmnvn pro who tied for the medal. of the fel- who dethroned last year's champion, furnished the ijig surprises the Professional Golfers' Association tournament :it Milwaukee. The unknown is Jimmy nines, above in action, New York pro. who lied. Mortie Dutra for the modal. Inset Is Johnny Kirrell, anottier New Yorker whose brilliant golf beat Olin Dutra. last year's champ, and won through" to the quurtcr-fiittls before he wn.s eliminated by Gene Saruzen who went on to win Hie iitb. SLIDES °/BILL Wrestlers Have At Armory The wro milestone at Washing- oo, D. C., TUS » gift .to the na- tipa br tte Ue .Bifhwiy Associa- -••••- , tht "point for dfsUoce from Ltartcd. Tho Hocks nuhed NSWERS THKL CUCSK On Card Tonight Charles. "Titanic" Slnkcy. the Rlpley. Tenn., wrestling imurrsa- lio. will bring ills troupe of elc- Vhanls here tonight for the second of the cards a[ the armory in an effort to revive Interest in the mat game here. Another effort earlier in the season failed when promoters, after building up the game with several cards, left a good house waitini and no performance. They raid ; ar accident bruised them and al- o 'bruised their pocket book to he extent that they were unable o stage • a comeback here. Then iinkey, who Is also associated nith ike Mcroney. one of. the origma group, decided to try the venture Sinkey is known as a rough nr.c •ady performer, willing lo mix on tinv terms. He plays the role oflE» e *t.s. Tommy Hitchcock Is die foremost AMERICAN I'OI.O 1'LAYRK. The order of architecture shown is MOORISH. The symbol li fcr SATV-RN >\as the vlclor over W.ilkup in the Second gnme hurling duel. The Memphis and Atlanta clubs had an open "date. through' the downpour for three i urns before, the double-header wm called oft. The game went regulation innings. Nugent. sis . Rock hurler, kept five Knoxvil!" l:ils well divided. The Nashville Volunltsrs won t>vo games fiom the Biimingham Barons at NashMlle. Tiie scores highways of I were 5 to 0 and J to 2. Chap- Ilin pitched the shutout nnd Specw Wagon Dealers Find Real "Back to Farm" Move" BROCKTON, Mass. (UPl— Tlw "Back to Ihe Farm" movemcn would seem to be In progress Ii this region. An advertisement In a loca newspaper askine "Do you ncec a tlpcari or wagon to use on in torm?" brought prompt response resulting In the sale of three wcgons and two tlpc»ts. r.n his right side [lurin;: an early fight, and that since lim v;in;! HJimches from that siile hurt some, he turned his style. Anyway, the point is that Brouillard is not a natural, b'.i; trained left-hander, which v.il! make it all the more remarkable If he succeeds in' becoming rrai. well as nominal master of his division. ft was a moment of genuine suspense for passengers aboard the Alaskan .".L-amer Northwestern when, a half dozen at. a lime, they were lowered inio lifeboats as shown here after the vessel struck a rock nc-nr Jiincau and was beached on Eagle river sandsplt. One hundred pa.'vSHiger.s and members of the crew were lowered without mish.ip. ' ' Jliiil Ihc Cliamp I?) Well, I,ou Brouillard, the French - Canadian - American moose-hunter, carpenter and owl- lunch-Wfiloii proprietor, is mid- dlcwemlfl champion of the world —in New York. Now that he's given me heebie. 1 ; o Jeby. they're talking of matching him with Marcel Thil of France. If that happens .andj Brouillard wins, then he would be world's champion—in France, and alsu In the belief of the National Boxing Associalion. But not in Pennsylvania. Over there they have their own world's champion. Or have they? Teddy Yarosz was to fight Vince Dundee, winner to be world's champion (in Pennsvlvania.) but pole-axed Freddie Polo instead. Which proved practically nothing; at all. Alas! Tis No More Now there used to be an old- fashioned custom that a world's champion was a guy who could lick anvbody else in the world at his weight, and who proved it by doing that. Therefore. It's much to DID YOU KNOW THAT— Oscar Eckhardt, that fellow who's on his way to his third consecutive Pacific Coast iragur batting title, will quit baseball next year if he doesn't wear a major league mile. . . Rill Carey, resigned general manager of Madir-on Square Garden. Ls making his home in Beverly HiUs, Calif., taking in the sights. . . and that there arc some beautiful sights there, being so doss to Hollywood. . ' . The legalization of horce racing all over the country is going to result, in a scarcity of hoises . . . and lhat the breeders and studs are going to cash in on the demands o? new tracks for horses soon. Canadians Go Strong For Eating Hot Dogs MONTREAL. Canada (UP)' — Crinnda's imports of ''hot dog 1 ' ikins are not to be ''barked at". According to the Dominion Bureau uf Statistics, the Dominion ort^d S6C.923 woith of "wein- cr" wrappers during .Tune of this year, r.n increase of $5i.j68 ofrrr June. 1S32. Dining the 12 months ing June the total was $421.- cKiipQrcd with S375.000 in the vious 12 months. R«aa courier News Wasit Ads Fifth Leg No Mar To Frisky Quaker Frog FRANKLIN', Pa. <U1>>— A five- leseid fi-oj w.is found in Car- i:t-mcr's Eddy, near mica. Pa., by 13-yrar-o'ul Charles Knncy, Frank:i:i. The frog has no difficulty in icppins about making perfect liu-poinl 11 landinsjs. and iises the .Mrn leg a', n "stabilizer" when • i rest. The fifth leg is at the sent of the body, just, below the Proves Deaf and Dumb Can Disturb the Peace SAN JOSE. Cal. (UP>-Po!icf files show that even the deal and dumb can. and do. distuib tin Piace. bo honed lhat Brouillard will do i .\ Koliclior deaf aiid''dttmb rcmettiing like that. For what witu| aiiested here for rvrry locnlltv having its own world champion, the middleweight division is getting too much like the inssling racket. 'Cause, lookee: Jeby had already been punched as full of holes as n six-mouths' meal ticket by Vince Dundee, even before Brouillard polished him oft*. Then came Jeby's waltz with Gorilla Jones, who a lot of the boys insist is really the middleweight champ without a crown. Jones and Jeby were booted out of the ring amid loud cries ing the door of n allegedly kick- house wheir a woman refuted to make a chase. He was booked on charges of disturbing the peace, and \vil 'tell it to the judge" by means pencil and paper. Last Time Today Mat.—10-25c Nile— 10-35c ON AND OFF THE SCREEN -Robert Woolsey nf .... ,,, ... T ---.-., Lnu of Lunburgcrl from the paying I th(l A silver spoon in a glass wil prevent, boiling water from crack ini' the glass when poured into it: the spoon conducts heat better Hun the water and sets up circulation in the 'glass so villain most of the time and fnns at Riplcy, Humboldt and oilier Tennessee points pay their money o see him get thrown. Bui sin;cy says he has not been defe.v.cd n his last 20 matches which v.'onld Indicate that he should be a favorite over Jtmmic Morris, the Memphis, grappler. tonight. \vi:.;ht of both is announced at over ihc 200 mark. The preliminary match al«o finds two elephants In the rln?. Mike Meronoy, another 200 pounder, and Tom Maltoy of Miami, fin., are to match slaps and smacks. Today's Games Memphis at Allantn. Rirmlneham at Nashville. New Orleans at Chatlanor,?.i. Only games. Nltlon»t I^«mr New York, at Philadelphia Only game scheduled. Anxrkan T.cai-nc Boston at. Detroit. . Philadelphia at Cleveland. Only games . scheduled. H«»a countr New* Want A«S. a division, after by having But Thil has beaten both the; Gorilla nnd Dundee. So -it seems like n god idea to brinsr him together tv-ith Brouillard and see whether the pure French blood Is better than the same kind as offered by Canada. Lou has taken an . Impressive list of good boys himself— Baby Joe Cans, Paul ronne. Jimmy McLarnin and Mickey Walker. There is only one way to clean un confusion in all, nnd that i champion who will meet all comers, and give them all a nice, fresh country beating. * • • He Isn't Rl([ht Tt Isn't often that a port-slder gets to the top. 'Broulllnrd l s one of them. The story of how Lou became j a lefty is told with variations. He had always Been an orthodox! ilght-hnndcr. and began his ring caiccr lu that way. One story is that Lou was out fc»hunting when he was charged by a moose who pitched him up into a tree. When Lou fell out h« broke his right hand, arid had to learn the left-hand technique While. It was healing. .'. | " But a more likely story 1» that-. he hud n couple of rfl* cracked water is hottest tu the upper not on the bottom .1 levels and ....and when i* comes to Died Can the wUt-aA columns of UK Courier News can't be beat. K you want prompt results phone 3(S. Courier News Want Ads Paramount News Comedy "The Way of .All Freshmen" with Hal l.cKoy and Mitzi Fayfair Tuesday - Weds. MAT.—10-25c N1TE— 10-HOc Illicit love that caused a crim* \Vliceler a of the team n( ....... seciv.s to eel just ns much fan out of lii'o \vlnlo oft ilic screen M while .in it j,,,],. Ing fi-on Hint ),i~ f.iiile in ilic lower picture which was sn.-tiric.l lu an Informal Moment. . Above- is Woolsey made up for one of his comedy roles; yes. lis Vaii h^- cver-prosent cigar whc'ii tiiii |,|' c ! lure was taken loo, lint you r.-in'i sec H because he \va.' holding ii in HI* ' ' IHE MIW\OI\ WTPH NANCY CARROLL FRANK MORGAN . PAULLUKAS GLORIA STUART Jt«n Di«on, , Pid9«on. Scw»npl»yl>y Williim Anthony Mc<3uir«. Productd by C«tl U.mmU, Jr. Dinct<d by TAMES WHALE. Pmtnud by Cul LitBimlt. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE. Paramount News Comwlv "Hot Hoofs"

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