PAGE'SIX' JEKJUPIl 1IHI11 FOR BLYTHEVn.LF, (ARK,)' COtfftffift NEWS Internal Strife In Gas House Catcher Instructs Rookie • And Finds Pupil Push" ing Him Out '' BY HARRY ORAVSON -NBA Senlee Sporls Editor MEXICO CITY. — Almon Wll- } Hams was a pupil of Paul Richards, who formerly caught for Hie f" Giants and Athletics . . . nich , ar'ds taught Williams too well foi his own good. . . . Williams play- I , ed basketball 1 with Richards at W.a\ahatchte, Tex. ... He told •Richards that he could pitch. .•">. . Richards purchased, equip- '"njfrit.for Williams, who now stands :slx feet three and weighs 200 pounds, showed the young giant how lo make batters hit bad ones and got him a job with foils- i»> mouth of the Piedmont League f"*"* In the fall of 1935, Connie MncK r gave Richards and cash for Wll • liams. , Williams, a ilght-handei lout of Lanette, Ala., won 17 games and lost 7 for Atlanta In 1936. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 3037. On The Outside Looking In By "DUKE 1 ' Buck Ross Is showing sign? of Preliminary skirmishes leading up to the bitter summer campaign aie taking place down in Florida becoming an Intelligent pllcher as Here's a bit of action In a St. Louis Cardinals practice game with Stanley - nordagaray formerlv 'of SSfltT.™ 16 W !LCS»n lat . e nd BM<>U r Si n" g ""o' 10 " 1 ">"> A ™>" <»«"•*> Owen, the now youne catcher The ball go! Ace .Parker attend Jal-alal games ft ™ y "' K yOU Kln see ' '" thc Background, center, can be seen the man who fielded Ilia nightly. ."Muck rales Floyd Yount highly. ".«. . He U a 185-pound, rlght- ! htind hitting outfielder -from Wake ball while right, is, thc man who baited it. sped. The native athletes will attempt to lake an extra, base <-, Iciest College.* . . . Mack has nt the slightest opportunity. . , : . 1 had a yen for collegjans ever Bud Thomas , rlBht-hander vip since he picked up Edward Trow-,from Atlanta with Almon Wll- "bHdge Collins, Jack Coombs, Jack Hams, appears lo be a finished and the lemainder of thtil product. Dud once was thc .famous class jeais and years ago. property of the Washington club. i.i-,. . The tall tactician was the which let him gel away In farm- flrst lo give the rah rah boys n | Ing him oiit. rtal tumble, and the move paid ncK dividends. ' ^The Mexican opposition Isn't much, bul stand?- out In one re- Strange Bui True lUuckbumc May Coach ' A movement Is on In Mexico illy for a government grant that vlll enable Ix;na Blackburne, vct- crun coach of thc A's, to spend icxl winter insli-ticling teams- In the land of the Montezunms. • Mack Is keenly Interested In Acq Parker, Diike's famous back vho Is Irylnj out for an outfield Jertli. . -. . 'hi c youngster has ievorat faults which must be cor- •cctcd, but those who know him wst declare that he can't miss Becoming a inajor leaguer, If not this trip the next one or two Wall? Moses got $8500 or 85 pel- cent of what he demanded. . . . Scouts have been kicking llinm- >eives ever since Mack drafled :hls star from the Texas League two years ago. . . . in his bow, I Moses was paid a good deal more than the ordinary salary for a drafted hand. .: . . Tlie figure was doubled a year, ago. . . . Al Benton, up for n second inspection, ins been but two weeks because (he skin between the little and Why Waste Time Wishing? The hcme you want can be yours this year at a cost much loner ihan V 3foa'd expect with the aid of an FHA Loan Phone us or come in for 'full details. EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. land in 10M because lie had no wlndiip. Caster just held thc ball walsl high, drew back, and let It go. . Mack sent him back to Portland, where last season lie developed u knucklcr nnd control. The University of Southern California 'product led Coasl League pitchers with 25 victories and 13 defeats, excelled with 22Q strikeouts, nnd worked 334 Innings In pitching Portland lo pennant. , He sees this as his Insl chance to crash the majors and doesn't Intend 1,0 cheek any be classed ns a midget as he stands but five feet five inches But, like Roy Wcathcrly of the Indian? and Mike Krecvich of the White Sox, two short outfielders, Dnlles- andro packs a big punch, the saine being Indicated by his balling average of .321 wllli Syracuse In 1930. when he made 178 nils, including JO doubles, 13 triples,' and seven home runs. He 'Is' an Italian and colorful He began his career as n southpaw pllcher nnd hurled- n ' no-hit but shifted for H rounds. He issued u base on balls In thc !5th and Earl Avei'lll hit a home run. By HARRY GKAYSON Shorts Editor, NBA Service SAliOSOTA, Pin.— Because Bos- lol ; ians would like lo see a locnl boy --,-.- ......... ...... ,.„„„,,.„„„ fourth fingers was lorn by n hard B , , n clluncs with one of their smash. .-, ., . A stllch was neces'V " Bo b Da»8hler , i, being given , sary to close the wound. Mexican ; baseball .promoters do! "'S™' , ! A5 cnl Rt 'cntlon by the Red Sox not like to -book games earllev than n week In advance, and for a while it looked as though there woul be more; conlests between thc Regulars and the than between the A's can. teams. . . .Mack ironed out the difficulties. •'-'»"»» No \Vimliip George Caster attracted considerable attention making his major league bow with the A's in Cleve- Mild and Tasty and Slick as Velvet- It's our own Family's Recipe! , This is our own Family's , Whiskey—every bottle of . it being made according to • the personal recipe of us Wilkens.-I wouldn't wonder | if after trying it you'd say ;hke most' everybody else— •; you've finally got the good .old fashioned tastiness you've 'been missing all this while I Daughters was a third baseman at Holy Cross, but played In thc outfield at Saranac Lake last summer and seems destined to have his future with the Red Sox determined by his ability to play in the outfield and hit inajor league pitching . . . tills seems to be the best break that could b» given Daughters, for all but one of the six candidates for thc out- fleld now on the raster probably will be retained. Johnny Kroner required the services of a doctor during most cf tlie winter . . . Although the Red Sox have three • veteran scuthpaw pitchers In Bob Grove, Fritz Osternuiellcr. and Oeorge Walbcrg, Archie McKaln Ls considered n valuable asset . . . Mc- Kaln Is n good-sized fellow with plenty of minor league experience ... He won 19 and lost 12 for Minneapolis in 1936, striking out 127 and walking only 71 bailers in 275 innings. In (hcse days of baseball gianls. Dominic Dallesandro well might 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best Prices Joyner Motor Sales Call 10CO Storage Fabian Ciadkc for punch Gadke batted ,342 'for Minneapo lis and drove In 132 runs will 213 lilts that Included 37 doubles 10 triples, and 25 home runs . . GaMke broke in with an America! Legion team in Milwaukee. Cc-lllijs Likes Collegians Eddie Collins was one of bf.'.ch of collegians who mad good with Connie Mack years Six Man Football From all reports It appears likely lhat Blythevllle will have Uie only football eleven in Mississippi county next fall. As revealed In a recent Courier News story eight of thc county's smaller high schools will compose a six-man football team conference next season. Among Ihosc are a number who have played the usual 11-man football for several years. Including Shawhce, Wilson, Kclser, Armorel and Luxora. Unless we're mistaken Dyess, Yarbro and Dell will be making their first attempt on the gridiron. We have also heard that Osce- oln may abandon 11-maii football for Ihc six-man game that proved 'o popular last year when introduced In small Arkansas schools. Whether this Is true or not we do not know but the small team idea has swept Hie counlry since it was originated in northeast rkansas and- many schools are langlng lo [he small scale sys- m. , , . i, jf Hut our point Is'this, ol original. Abandonment of 11- nan football by other schools In I lie county, or.almost all of them,- hould mean (hat the Chickasaws 111 get likely talent that might o to other schools In the county. • Mississippi County's Team The Chickasaws should be not nly BlytlieVllle's football team they will be the county's only ompelltor for district and state lonors iii the regulations game. Of course the Chicks have easy been the outstanding eleven in he county for years, as they laturally should be. But it appears probable that ny husky boy who has a love or the gaiiie and hopes possibly o acquire a higher education in! he future, partly at least because if his gridiron ability, would rath-i r become a legitimate student at I Blythevlile nnd get lib football raining and experience here than ; vlth a six-man team which nee- i essarlly must vary ILs style of play' :onslderably from the usual form : Several . of the schools which •ank among the top-ntitchers in he state In grid circles are In ?onso!ldated school districts, which cover considerably more territory than the town or city where the i school Is actually located. That, I ! n a measure, we are told, ex- j plains why they have fine football material. ResldeiiU of Mississippi county, regardless of where they live, it seems, to us, would prefer that loys who appear to have a bright and years anil the genera manager of the Red Sox goes i for the rah rah boys In a larg way . . . Catcher. Gene Desaute! has been In the minors for n ha dozen campaigns,'but he/took'h! degree as a bachelor of philosoph at' Holy Cross, which this seaso turned out B.ob Daughters. ; Pllcher Emerson Dlckman, j re •called from Rocky -Mount, joinc the Red Sox last summer wlill completing his junior year a Washington and Lee, and return ed to his alma mater last Oc tobcr ... Infleldcr Aubrey Gra ham was grabbed right out o tlie University of Texas, wliic also turned out Pitcher Dick Mid klfr First .Baseman Arche Mahan was graduated from Villa nova last June. : Ted Olson Is a Dartmouth ma . . . Outfielder Colonel Busle Mills won letters in four sporls a Oklahoma . . . Catcher Jotinn Peacock quarterbacked the Nort Carolina varsity ... Lee Rogers left Alabama Smithpa with n • ;\ '•** 5 to 1ST S - cientific tests prove that the world's greatest gas-waster is right on your instrument board. That innocent-looking "choke" button is the thief that sleali your mileage. 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Of thc regulars, Frank Higgins is another University of Texas product, and A) Echacht will tell you that Use only school Moe Berg missed Is a litlle red one somewhere in Minnesota. Berg speaks a dozen languages, but when he was with the white Sox. Ted Lyons charged that Moo couldn't give him a correct sign in one. Trark-Crossin E Finally Falal WILLOUGHUy, o. (UP) _p or 21 years James Reynolds, 40 had crossed railroad tracks twice n day on his way to and from work Then he was struck, and killed bv a train. - . . Let us figure with you on electric wiring, repairing, and motors or Diesel engines. CITY Phonc 206 ELECTRIC SHOP FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES 1 USED 30 FARMALL TRACTOR 1 USED 20 FARMALL TRACTOR 1 USED JOHN DEERE TRACTOR HORSE DRAWN CULTIVATORS, PLANTERS, HARROWS, PLOWS 'ALL REBUILT AND IN GOOD CONDITION ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. "THE JOHN DEERE FULL LINE" Pollard and Haines To Represent Chick A. C. ! :'W.''J. Pollard rind Harry W. Haines were elected to-represent the Chlekasaw A. c. In.any deal- Ing the club may .have with the school board at last night's session at the city hall. . Tlie club also voted to apply for membership In the A. A. U. in order to promote amateur boxing shows here. :;';A number of committees were • named by Hugh Havbert. vice oresldenl, who presided In the absence o( Clarence H. Wilson, president. LANSING, Mich. <UP>—A total of 2.021,420 game fish were planted In Michigan waters during 1936. the state conservation commission has announced. NOTICE OF SAU: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned. Commissioner i n Chancery! will pursuant to thc order of the Chancery Court for Ihe Chickasnwba District of- MIs- fl*s.'ppt County, Arkansas, renri- °red on the 22nd day of February, 1937, in a cause therein pending wherein Equitab'. 1 : Build- Ing & Loan Association,'Perpetual, of Little Rock, Arkansas, is plaintiff nnd Joe Craig. 1 et at., are defendants, No. 6331, on the-10th day of April, 1937, olle;- for sale at public auction, at the front door of the courthouse in Die city of Blythevllle, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, the following lands and property in the County of Mississippi, Slate of Aikansas. to-wlt: Lots 21 and 22, in the Original Survey to the City of Blythe- vllle, Arkansas. 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