The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 29, 1933
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m.YTHRViLLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'CHS; 5UFM1TOUT Humb!es''B8s'ton ;> Club. 'The St. Louis Cardinals gave the nw letting Giants of the National league a setback yesterday. Tie leading Senators of the American league were idle and the second place Yankees droppd a prme. „ The Cardinals lost a 12 to 8 .decision to the Cards who staged on astonishing ninth Inning rally v"h«n they scored seven rims. The hulls were leadlmr 7 .to 6 eolng' ii.lo the ninth Inning, The Giants t"d three pitchers in sn attempt to;slop the hec'lc ninth inning rally touched ' by O'Farrell's *!n°le. Dizzy Dean-replaced Vance >• the Giants went to bat nnd set -tliem down after' they hud scored •two runs. Collins, and O'Doul hit 'frr the circuit while O'Ftirrell had .l-yo durlnn the game. Vance u-as f!*» winning pitcher and Schu- rofnher the loser. v 'The Cincinnati Reds beat the io?*on Brovej behind Uw stellar i nifrhlng of Red Lucas who emerged the winner In a mound duel with Ed Brandt. The score was 2 to 0.. Hafev made both runs for the Herts. Lucas held the Braves t" 'wo .hits.' . 'The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated fbe .Phillies twice at Philadelphia. The score.'; were 9 • to 5 and 9 to 1." The Pirates blasted, out 16 hits In the rst same-and 14 In the 'econd. Vaughn and Llnstrom .of .the Pirates hit the second name ami Davis o( the Phils lilt..for the circuit In the opening contest. Chagnon and French were the .winning pitchers. ; The Tigers trounced the nnkees 6 ,to 1 al Detroit. Sorrell held the New Yorkers to four hits while • fh« Tigers collected 10 off Allen. The Yanks counted their lone run in -the ninth on Walker's triple . and Ruth's infield single.. .The Philadelphia . Athletics de- fipted'the Chicago White Sox at .Chicago. .The. score was 9 to 5. Held to. one run for six Innings ihe Macks broke loose in the seventh, counting four runs, and add'ins: four more In the ninth. Peter- Son relieved Coin to get' credit for the 'Philadelphia .victory. WQ ED'S PITCHING TUKSDAY. AUGUST .29, 193.1 PACE Pitched-Kit inning* in d'2 gamen in 1908—Won -10, IMI IS, Tied 1. • • • With the bases full, he, relieved l.ange in a game against St. /.onis and retired the- side, on nine strikes, only one of which it-its called. » * » Ai-eragfd !i7 games a campaign for four i A.i a pitcher Ed uas also a goad fielder—ucevpted 262 fielding' chances in 56 games. ^ • • • Pitched3one-hit games .. . struck out 12 in first game of 1906 world series the Cubs. Teams Met for World Champ ionsh i p Nine Years Ago,. Nats Won. HV HFNRY SUPFW t'nied Iffss SlafT Cnrfespondenl NEW YORK (UP)—One of baseball's "naturals" tat are few and i far between wi)l oeeur this Pall if the Senators and Giants clash in ihe World Scries. • i Nine years ago these teams met in llv: battle for the world championship and the Sennto/s won— four games to three—In what was considered the meal. thrilling and closely-fought World Series' in hls- tory. Senators Kt-pejtrd Since 1924 the Ciljius have not •.ion a ptnnaot. while the Stnnlors ied in 1925 only to lose in the liter-league battle to the Pirates. Now. with the season almost over, It seems as If ihete team.i will fl^ht it out once more. But It will be a different cast in ink year's drama.' Of the players wno participated in tlie 1924 series only five are with these teams—two with the Giant* nnd three with Washington. Terry Manager Now Dill Terry, who Helped George Kelly cover first, base for the Giants In 1324 now Is managing that outfit and his leadership, xs well as tatting and lidding, is one of the main reasons the New York team is so near the pennant. Travis Jack- Kin, now almost through as a major-leaguer, is still with New York i but he Isn't as spry as he was I against Washington in the last meeting. His" place at shortstop has been filled by a younger star, •Blomly" Ryan. Washington has Ossie Bluege al hird base, "Goose" Goslin and Sam Rice, outfielders, left, from the 1924 team. Us manager, Joe Cronin, is comparatively young player who New Orleans Memphis .. Knosville .. Little Rock Nashville ... Birmingham Chattanooga Atlanta Washington 81 New York 72 Cleveland BO Philadelphia Cl Detroit 03 Chicago- 1 • 59 Bnnon 53 Si. Louis 46 Today's Games Big Eit Wulsli throw batters for years In the big leagues Is a memory....and the old boy still lies some stuff o:i the ball'....but It's u dinrerent ball that monkeying - with now....a golf tall....the u!U White Sox stnr Is n professional at a Mcisdcn, public covtrje....nud is one oi [he longest, drivers in the business. bilgn 1 . Ed Coritr, Little games). Nashville gunies). New-Orleans fit Only games. at Memphis (two nt Kno.xville itwo Birmingham •V^i'iiunaJu-rimiui. ahnve, veteran Scot who hns prolinlily lust more heart-breaking decisions on tbe golf course than any other, major player, got oil to a good start In the Western Ojieii at Chicago whtn Ills recont-ty- Imj CS led the told lu Ilio Ilrat round. the veteran Walu-r Jt,hn- son. He, like Terry, also is given tnucli credit for putting Washington on lop. American I.«KUe New York at Detroit. . Boston al St. Louis. Washington at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Chicago. ;J^ : Dual Celebration for Leader 50 Years in Game Slated Sept. 12. PHILADELPHIA. lUPi—A dual celebration as a iribule to Connie Mack's 00 yca:s In baseball will be tendered the Pr.iladiflnliln Athletics' vi'ierni) manager S:>;)t. 12. The program will be opened with a game at Shlbe Park bfU'2on th? Chicago White Sox ami the Athletics, and a testimonial dinner will be held at the Uellcvue S'.ratforj Hotel. Prominent sportsmen and iin- „„„ llonal, state ami t-ivju leaders have .510 ' txf n invited to attend. .4% High commissioners cf baseball. .492 Kent-saw Mountain LandLs. Wil- .408 Ilan > Han-Idge, president U tl!3 .414 American League; John A. Hcyii- .362 '«•• president of the National i League, and all American anj Nai l.onai League cltiu presidents will (attend the game and dinner. President Koosevelt and lib en- I lire cabinet, together with Cover- '""incr Pincr.ot, Sanalors Davis and Reed and Mayor Moore, have been extended invitations. c , J " d « e , Harry 3. McDavUti of Philadelphia Common Pleas court will be toastmastor at the dinner.' Read Conner News want Ads National F.rafTiif Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at' Brooklyn.. St. Louis at New York. A completely lomobile is said proxlmately hnll s Uiive it forward type automobile. streamlined nu- to require aji- s much i»wer '<i as Hie common Head Courier News Want Ads. MEMPHIS ROUND - TRIP $1.50 £" Kusrs Leave Blytheville Dally Children Aged 60 Days 4:30 A.M. 8:15 A.M. 1Z:3B P.M. 4:30 P.M. to 12 Half-Fare GREYHOUND lUCHEK .. named jMart wrote tol-folk whoi« arms'are offensive.--.'/nte*. Biblical. advice w'a5 to'Cui thim off. But: maybe Mark fpiace. to : hfa sshes) 'didn't go'far enough.- He'should have SMid something about left-handers. Southpaws lately have been steal- ing;thr show. To begin wllh base- baU, the quaint:persons who.are dominating in trie perinaiit races, 'carl Hubbell of '-. the ;Giants has coine up .with just the margin the Giants need to keep them on top of the National - League: • '•• Better - . ; : Tffrong-handed guys arc leading the parade In the American League. Grove, of course, Is the greatest of them all. . WhitehUl has been doing, the • wonderful sort of work . that Washington needs to win the flag. Vernon Gome?, remains the bright spot of the Yankee ensemble:. , ,vSouthpaws have knocked the records all askew. Hubbell broke the National League mark for the number, of scoreless innings pitched. Lefty Grove was the tost pitther to' shut out the Yankees in more than 300 games. Lou Gehrlg, left- handed first biseman. broke the consecutive Barnes string rotted up by Deacon Scott. . » •' * AJajl *K* Flffaten! • in the land of leather, the rise of-Freddie Miller as featherweight champion has been phenomenal. Freddie is one of those boys whose reverse positions in the rin?—with right hand extended and the left held bade as the mopping uo implement—win • the classification of pcrUSders.- .'•••-.. "Young Corbett, who recently won tr* welterweight title from Jackie Fields, only to lose It to Jimmy UcLamin, u an example In this ftais. Lou Brouillard, fork-handed ft»nch-Can»dUn fighter, came on to .win the middleweight champton- *htp by defeating Ben Jeby. - .In the Ught of this evidence, the left hand cannot be' disregarded. Wa a nice have around. ' ; DID TOO KNOW TKAT- Jbomy Jotinttoc was the fel- , low who abowed Benny Leon. bow to Mat the greatest . Jeft-haadM fighter .who ever "Ured . . ..Lew Tendler . . . . , *etottn (the aoothptw into a f- lead and cttxainf with the right ',wac the method . . . and • f6cm\ it sound easy? ... Lett-handed players are . •'tare . . . frrt johnnT Doeg. .who ,.w*» cfutmpfcn in 1*30. Ss on the ' coBiehack trail , ... L-ft- l banded loop-ipyjm are more , h awJ,.bjr.trie way. J backswlng to accommodate the pivot, and the right In the doniiswtng." Many players rise to thair toes at the moment, of Impact. It is difflcull to maintain one's balntic; when Ihls happens. The lell heel should be back in Us old place til Impact. Tile right begins lo rise as the bnll starts oil its illah. The NflA should do something about Hie University ot Pittsburgh. Instead o( getting two men to [ill thn aliofe o[ Warren Heller, All-Amrricn halfback of last j-c.-ir, they are going to give tlip job to ono man—Howdic O'Dell, aliove. O'Dell, a lenlor Iroiii Sioux City, la., jp«nt tho last two years on th« bench—but that was only because Heller was *u Iron in a* « B ii, c flelO. Vloore Holds Barons to Four Hits in Only Soutli- ern Game. Tlin front stepping Pelicans of the. Southern league defeated the Birmingham Bnrons ycstcnlny in the onlv game played in the circuit nnd increased Iheir lead over Ilic sccojul jjloce Chicks «-ho ivere Idle. The. Birds trounrcd the Barons 7 lo 1 nt Birmingham. J. Moore. NVw Orleans linrlcr. limited th< Birmingham club lo Tour liils while the Birds collected eight. Rose, waixl and Fleming of Ihe Pelicans hit for the circuit. Touchstone, the losing pitcher contributed an error as did liis team mate, Willett. > NSWERS Curios Maimcl dfi Cespeili-s was named Urn PROVISIONAL I'UESIDENT OP CUBA. Boulder Dnm f« In Ili9 COI.ORA11O H1\'I-'U between Arizona and Ni'Vifl*. The larKCsl cily Is TLV::'.: 'a UOUSTON. GOLF BE AT EASE WHEN YOU BE<HN TO SWING C/omfort and relaxation are a great help to Hie golt swing. Tr.ere- JUSf- 6ETORG IMPACT -NOTE UfT HE£L, IN ITS PLACE Dooley In Win Over Wildman Before the largest crowd of fans to watch n wrestling program since the revival of t^c sport here this slimmer David Dooiev. Ihe fcewhls- kered House of David malrnau. defeated Emll Pirpo. wlio apparently Is ns wild a "bull of the Pampas" as even tho better known Hrjx> of the prl?e ring was. Dooley. who won here Inst week in Kie role of viliain war, forced into the role of hero by the much rougher tactics of the repute:! Soulli American last night who was booed lustily by the crowd. Dressing room scuffles, threaten- | cd assault and battery with o bo'.tle ' and other antics added to the amusement cf the throng with police on the verge of .interfering with Ihe affair at one time when the bottle appeared on the scor.c. In a preliminary lx>;it Jacl- r/>w- of Louisville, Ky., detested R*.id Carney of Seattle, Wash. Lewis an-i Firpp will probably meet in the preliminary bout en nnxt week's card, as yet unannounced. bat nnd the wamlly name of Lamm Is considered appropriate by the team's followers for that reason. Tlic brothers are Bert. Sox, Bill, Perk, Hnrold. Pinky, George nnc Ralph. Wcrt is a merchant in the neighboring town of Wiufleld, Sox aiul Bill operate a barber shop Perk and Harold operate n shoe store here, and Pinky, George and Kalpli are high school boys. "We need a pitcner to make full team." Bill, the cnptaln-niiin- aeer. said. "If Dad were here we ccultl have a full family team, bir he has moved to California." The team's father is Harvey Lamm, former Salem, la., bnseba' player and merchant. Head Courier News 'Want Ails Coolest Spot In Town! -9SEA lore, settle welt down on the heels at addnu and keep this position .-lift r«oly,«!n*'heel at a tln»; ihd }.ft m the Lamm Baseball Team Tuesday - Weds. MAT.— I0-25c NITE— 10-30, THE DEVIL'S BROTHER Stan LAUREL oiivrHARDY Paramount News Harry Langdon Comedy Lives Up to Its Name i Free Matinee for to form a strong semi-protesslon- al baseball team. Eaf:h nf the e , — -..- All Chi I drcn Thursday MorninK, Aw ; .'Hst., at 10:.'lO. Get You USE the WANT-ADS they aye a Sure Guide to ECOI^OMY and PROFIT You'll I'iiul that every column in the want-ads'is filled with opportunities for someone . . . and many of them are YOUR opportunity. If you are really trying to praetiee economy you can nol afford to neglect the want-ad seel ion. And nol only i? it pro- fitahle to read, it is equally profitable to use ... to sell, to rent or to trade practically anything. 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