The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1931 · Page 6
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April 24, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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_^m'HKVn.I,i; v (ARKMJOUKlRR NEWS Corry Injured iJalw Kutli I'Yom Field Frr" l i Air Sr-oi't Rackets' Chuck Full of Impovlnnl L'.vcnis. BYAVIM.IAM I'UAVrilF.K NEA Srrln-e Pywls P.j'tor ' NEW YORK. An;il "I 'LM'i.-H! : ; things !!-.•> l]!>. - :!i:iiiiiT <:r nl:o:it to '-. 'liap;.jen ii 1 . sev^n spcits as i swings into summer. The baseball r.vcs l-.avo Boxing is pc-ttln-; rf-artv for chnmrjinnsbl;) fli'ht?. In tlio Icpes of th.-v -1st an I v.vst c-irs- . men arc p'llllii',' for Piwrtikeensie. • TTO Croat intci.-olU'Oritc- wrts ruv i:i I! 1 .- 1 making. me cettin!; vr.v.'v for 1'ic HtliiMi •Ainc.lctir nnd Op'n i-n-1 (he Hvdcr | Cup. American Anr.lcur antl A-"- • cricnn Open en this i-'dc of the- j cccon. Davis Tin batiks air |i::;t i ahead .in f." nK Tbp. l.'iurhldiiri^ of: tl:? turrnre tnln'.ii' for thn Derby - anil rich pri?-s t:i l!v> north. The world's liirhlwelpht' rlum- I r'inslitp is at «!.Vr:e In a bent :it I riik.iso Sladlmn April 24. Tony, ' Cci-'oncri Mill def-ud tin title ', : r.pflust Kid Ber?. busy Britisher. I On llu cvpn'-i!! cf July 3 at i fcvc!and. Max F,™mfl!iiK will risk • - .Ills Jir-avy.vi-'lil champio ' n-jrrnst Ycunc C-'rihllnr*. . ' At itlinca. N. Y.. a Cornel! Is preparing for t!i': Pouyhki * rogrtla iu Ji'n? in Ih" hope ( r r ating last year' 1 ; victory. Hi; Pacific coast ccrncs a rtnnpii-.' i , jcnt by Washlnvtmand California i <_ oarsmen, nnd n promiii: 1'iat they ] will not bo "also raus" uea'n this, !!:l ' ;5 FRIDAY, APRIL _ 24. 1931 Lasl "Holdout:' To Join (la !•<!;? 1 wo Guilds Playod in L'VfruCH i"i ?l|'JWCr.i ' Khov/ers of rain tint 'Ml in .'.1: i mm IfU'rf!!!' ci:!'s tusl alnul -.p-.> 1- ! fit Uie bK' tliow yesn-rilay -vi:ii only ] lv,-o bi;; t!:i'.:' cain':s Iji'inj nJnyei. I rcrrfll uirn"d in 'n ; I'-.i' 1 :! ; victory of l":e S';LI!.O:I f:r Chv5lm,1 : by lurniir; back the Clilci';) W.il'.ej SDX with live hits while hh in-i'.^-- I won 8 to 2. The Iiidlniii p-ii>l^i out Ihliiem hits oil tin o.l?ri!|-;<: | of nuiMnn anil Moire. V:,s ii'k. Cl^velaiKl sensation, v.vnt but cunllni.c:! !•) ti:\([ t.:i ! Ainciican league biti?rs. Tom Il:!d;:c5. Di'lrcit rn.iki?. nuil \Valti-r Stewart, nr:r.vn'e sj!itii[:i; : ace. Iwnked up in a pili!:ii] • <;.M! at IJ.-ti-oit' liilh Uri:wi r>:n'.'.-;Ln-. thr '.ilnn-ir 1 fj 0. Bt_','.v.:t :i!l-i.v?:i only five bits l»:i t!-,_> llrj-.viii ;:: b::t fr.nf cl! Hr:rt--;es. Tt:o loa" ni.i ill tlie iririii when cinr! (ir:-iirr.!cr doubled ami toUi.'d i M.j.scm-1. Ainons Iho !-c!ico:s lint (».iii,toj l:i t!,is sc-cLlcj.) A,, n,r,i,,,i ii.ivj IndiL-aU'd they will cnltr arc iiHlutc-mi nL is io::nj , ' .•5. nail!, Kvmioit, Iloiiiersvllle, ty of liuving eveiyilii)- t i ril-.vJt, Co-jt.-.-, Ha;\i, .Mahbn, U.niie, IModaett, Cliittlvc. Clmries- East 1'niirie, New ',:ic, P_il!ur Jlllllf.. lon. Djni;.]ia :i. \\ .d, H.\ .•;vJ S.ketton l:i a.uui-dunee with, th.3 sphll ol 11. i- times, when every event claims a L-ityr ii.id b liar" by.iUm than MCT . ,':.re, ih'j proinoiirs of tne .*: ; slOI) -'i!JUlh''3M M.SSUll.'i gi JS tu.^k and field meet, arc inuin- i.aLiinij liial ncthi'ig of tils r.cotie :D l..u p.u;;o. ji m.L-t lias L.:cn :it- thc novcl- . fi«; free uu.iifio.i lor t-oiiU'StaiUK. tree e'l- try en tne part, of siwci'ators Preliminary events WHJ be n-i off at I',:o0 In His murnin* -ind lina.s nt l-.'M n, the ii!.,- rnotll Nearly 200 girl i-ontalmili, are o';- pottcu to lake part in Ui e j u ..pr v.ii.cli will \yy iiLlended by roo'.Y; fiom every school |>arli-;ipai; n< ' A ' Iclal of 21 medals, two trophy .• an:l one Individual av.ard ai t . 'j !;j o:icred to the wintic.'s in ./.. -:itht uvtuLs scheduled. .,.-.! ll.t ST. l.cuis, A-ii-il 'Jl. •:.. Cliailrs "Chick" !l-j:';y. I: .'.I :•:: nciclcr cf the Si. l.'nv< C.i ii has uirrc-?:! t:> a-_'c:';it ::r :•: terms." Pfc.si.1 r n; s.i'n- [',• .'•>•.'(.• l'.:i' Cards i,n:i3uii;-:vl till.'. Hafcy is no\v at Hrrk-l.y. C.i; will report toy dmv ('::;• ::.'-.' •., Breadui suld. 'l : ;ii. I i c outflcl&r has h;lil on: : ,'. 1 rtfusing (•) :;>OL'| t::u C.i ! fcr of $1-2.530 . Hain caused pjstponetn:':it of al" ' " "" ' Naiiaial league fames ye.stj-J'.y i irO.CCO prvple. M-iyl)« nnd the WashiURton-Phibddphh i IICT w!iv rtilw lltit:i'..•; niul New York-lScs'.jii g,tin?s i:i i yia:-.' U:e American league. 1 • • Uabe Ruth, injure:! n V.'e-J;i"=.- day'i game, Is unier physician- 1 ca:e al liosion and may bt> out of !'.c (janie for several weeks. I1L.- t'hanre yt-ar. Syracuse and I,In":a?hn?!'!(s T,-rh, tmprovhiL', raiiv I?" hard to pull mil of (he pine: niyf '.hnw 1m- or> they enjoyed in 1030. T «ite May and sirlv .lure will sc? Ihe I'.C. 4-A games ! u Ihn c?.s!. an-1 in: Us haselmll's yi-.ntr.sl .ntnr. is shewn I'.eru being carried from the fic!:l at lioston by tcam- the- Injury ti> his ]e;j which niuy re.Milt In his being out of (!i? name lor several weeks. T ;,, n , K \ in front-criUcr is Lou Ciclirl-, another New York Yankee slur. nn.(!:\!i" fcr two mon;',i3 ami n half. I, —:RII'.:I; the lirst of T^fny- hnrlii« o[ nietlitn. Ths score was J! In -I ni'.li Antry, fJrax c.itclni 1 . :'i5 N. C. A. A. I rack ind lif'rl, 'Hu- luvt world Is f.imlrrj its eyes Kctlliig fuir binsles lor a perfect field meet In Chiraw. Thci- will | icv.-.ird Chmdiill Downs, whcve u day. bring cut Eiicli sturi ss Wykcff bip nirestion \vill be asked of Equi- ] W.iK.cr neck liinlted t'ic Nash- f>'om 'the Pacific. coa>;t: Sontmah. i cc 1 '.'' iu lue Kentiicky Uerby May | vllle Vols lo six hits and tho Chick", the Illmois hurdle clinmplon, and | IB. Tiu liorsc that HruinLvd so much ! won 5 lo 2. The Memphis men scar• Churchill, the University cf Call- j a', j iKO-yuar-uitl. thrown Into com- j cd tlivci; in'ns in the third Irniin.? tD foriiid javelin king. I p-t tinri with such luu-ws us Mate, s^'.v up I'u-lj- |;-,1U3. Clc?rf) ef (he ihls year • Twcntv • Grand. Vauderpool and Vo!s snias!ic:i one over th? N'as!:- ! 1 otl'cr ' lilfili-rlnss tho'-ouijlihrcds,. villt- wall In t'rc ninth. j '" lallt jj HOW THEA 7 STAND Knutlirrn Track and field ev?nts IITIVO 'an added Ei'piifiriuue light. of the Olynlple fames will bo held at Los Anrnlt ' 11>32. America's sccrins the: that ! clearly would (bmo-s'.nu? Anrolcs :n ; by '.viiiiunj; at Louisville, the Bel- p»ssiliHitlr.5 ; nio:it, Ihe Arlinjtcu Castle and Hi; vill bo better known after the two j American Drrby am other rich natioual meets pvr.'ei that await the (Mslon of On-lfay 18, Uie first of tl'o creal [ljuvj tees and crcuclilny Jockeys. n 0 rolf toiurnanients will tc lic!d at V/cstwavd Ho!—the >'rili--,!i Amn- .teur. George Volst a'.'..I other Airo- j ricaus will try to pick up where- Ticbby Jtnes left Gtl& hut Uluv ] benr the knowlcdee that them Ls; l>!:nty to do. On June 1 tin' JUiil- Ish Open will be held at Carnous- lie, $cptlnnd. On June 2(1 and 21, .the lirilidi Ryc'pr Cup team will try. to. brat .nil American loam at, _. , Columbus, O. Not many miles; At anla Holds !'ll'Sl 1 laCC OlKCSlOH away,, at Toledo on July 2. 3 rmd: T i\- • i -.in v.-iii b=| l'i l-'ixif 1 . Loop with ' the nrst; fa Q T!IO hhcd strum, scoring lv:o inns In ] Ihe ninth linilnz to b:at tlic Llltl.' , Ulllc Rock . New Orleans nock Travelers in a li s hl game ;: | B|»"|'>«l""n to 2. The Bimie was a Inirlln-j bat-', „ . fl!!" 0 ^ iietwccn yonn^ Newsotn cf .ti'.e Travelers and Uarloii (if [lie LOJ/.- onts. The Ilirmlnsham nnrans inani"- ed to outhst l-"e I'sllc.ins and WDH ,5 to 4.-Tlie Birds scored nil tour ! of their' nm» In the seventh in- j nini, r bul ruuld nut aild the lylu; i run. Caimbcll was the witiiunj 1 kurlcr. Nnshville Mobile Atnrrican 'l'0-\ C\n*-> On U.OS. Ull. Toledo on : 4. the Nations 1 Open • fcujht. .'with Jones for time'in" years n sib?clator. Tlv Na-j tional Amateur will be played over , ' a Dcy'urlcy courEo at Chlcngo, be-1 The At!:ir.ta Cracker? swept thru • -ginning August 31. - (tin defense of the- Mobile Marines • This is the first year cf int^r- ytsierday lo tnkc undisputed p^s- natlonnl tennis without Tild:n s«:sic/n of first jilace in the Rcul'i- fince the tall Philadelphia started cm I^a^ue P-nmant chase, wlillj his relgu more than 10 -seasons ago. j the- Memphis Chicks shoved into Tn the.place o£ the veterans there will b? young men, Frank Shields nnd Sidney Wood, teaming up with 'Johnny Van. Ryn. V.'llmer Allison New York .. Cleveland ... ' W.ishinvitcn j St. Louis ... ! ChiCHKO i Philadelphia 1 Dstroll Dcstcn tuid Oeergc Lott. The matches will nlac; wit: n triumph ove- iVe Vols. The Atlanta batsmilKs polc.1 cut H bils off Mobile pHchim; to put t'.K'lr same on ke lieliiui the slcn.ly Play Blylheville Team Here W. . C . li . 5. 5 5 . 4 . 3 . 3 W. Q (i 3 . 3 3 3 . 'i : llox Nofcs ftoa has a rookl? natncd Ctrne" nut nt home the people know as Eugeiiio Merchantelli. !T,} it for the seorckeepM 1 :;. _ ConMasr f'e v:i-iivl--> of bi'; l!io career cf M: 1 . litlnnr Plcksr- :ns- from Horde. Kan. Mr Pick;r:m; v.ent Koutli witii t!-.j Grants as f. lliinl baj-'innn. Tne .-.(•••. son had harrtly begiin before J.'!:n McGnuv. !CI:BIIC exislenre .15 i:--:i:pimed In l^-ckiiiri over his iiifli'ld.'r-s, decided lie nr.'dod o:«' :••« er- third base- mj:n. Sj he s^.bl Uii:aru- i'itkerins to the liostou It-il 8;>x. Which Pius' uibunc .1 chr.m-e ly appear on Cie playin;; liAl in |-.?rto:i ac li '"Siy u.:r.r.:; a ri;:!ji-i leayire ball PC: .75 National | New York , Chicago .. '• Pittsburgh T.m Sikrston. Mo. Rolf team will invadi! nlythcvillc Sun:!ay to meet the colfers of tha Bythcvil'.i coun- | Philndclphia try chih in an inter-club tourney j Cincinnati here. The tourney will lie the first' of V number planned for this sen- r c'i. The local masiiJe woilriers ivill also make a number of 1'O.ul trips. The I2'.ythevil!e golfers have, a- [Brraklyn W. G . 1 . e . -t 3 1 . 1 Vo.'^I !Kl:rf'-rcnrs I C!iica7o .scribes are still u - oncV?r- : HL- about a decision made by Ui:i,'i'.- Meran in a ija'Ti lietwej'.i '.i'.n ! C-iiiis and Cubs. With a man on ' "!!•:•!. Uottoinlcy hit lo Stoplienron . u tlie .~:'t'e of nn ovrrHnv: or-'Mvd j Slivie muffed it. Mnian ruled; 'I'l'-cb-ilv hnrt ;)iaut:<cl at stcvlc,' ••'.::( Ibis was ir.teilt-rciice. sj the r.'nrcr en tirrt \v:is s:ui to third ' Tust Another Virdin 'After Tommy l.o:r;!;ran beats Viiturio Campolo May 15, hi- v,i\l bay, 1 wrn .seven bo-i's in a rc-.v nnce last October. The victims: Dick Daniels. Dave Maier. Kin? Irviii!.ky. Jack Gr.,rs. Mat Itaev Tuffy Griffitlrs and Victorio C.im- '!» I'.-t^ 2010 Al Cohen is the only hh Iva^tirr 'o male; t"o lii'.s i:i a tini" al b-,: .C.i '.li's ycnr. In a t:n:e at In I ih:s 'car. In a mivjp cl substitutions, .-i: Ale batted In tivo places on the bat- 311 tin;; ordT. makiivt a hit each tirtv.v .1!' Maybe Unc!c Kobbio lhci:-lii li:.12' I lectiecl t!ie iiratticc. Sikcston .1 ^ans Uig Girls Track May Firsi SIKE3TON. Mo. April 2!.-Si:;le-n i,ij!, v,h:.Ts in this district «'!!! yjnd r,'pi""'nlativEs to this e tv Fiidav-. >••-,- i for what is ex- Kccied 1:, 1 r> f.-e 1-ivgnst "for worn :n only" tiavk and f,::d iveet in wavs c'.rranrstralcd a )K\vcr[iil (in fins.' on their own links, in fart tlie locals have yal (o lie defeated by a visiting [ram..The Mlf- sourians lioiie to Lv> tlic first vfslt- ! iu l-:a-n to take the measure of the locals over the lengthy court: litre lias! fMson Sikcston was turned beck 36 points to 2-1 points bat the Misfoi'i.-I?ii^ later B>IVC U-.r Ulyliicvillo gollrrs a soinwl Iriin- inln ", 38 iioinLs to 12 when the Iccals nltrmntccl to L^p.t them over the Sik?5t.o]i ccnrse. [•^ riu-rc Slill Are Fighters Boxir,.; is frad. of csnrso. h-.:t r ,ot for tl;e ninalcurs An atnai^in 1 •join is about the only chance of- 'cred thc;e days to sec action. Tho uuat-iii-s aro rude ta one another. W Is Peaceful I'brrc Tiie Britiih golfers who arc worrying almut tlie way the new ball carries hif.icr .ind thilhor at th: wlitm of tlic winds need not br fre- ."ul about their play in the Ryder Cup iratches at Columhus. O. \Vin;l •, iinknon-:! in Juno at Caiimbus. • • * Th's I):prcv:ion ' In fo'ir sr.ir.cs at home with the! Red 'Sox. the Yankivs |>l:iy,-,i t ; TSamber keeps hu? liody out o' the vvjn^ a^ nuirli as ^ossible- Anv ilaycr will fm:l he can get t -Her llFtrnlci ar,,1 fontr;:! if he k opr. his borly o-.i! of it until he war.;.; be fln-.l 1'i.r.ch. However. <!on't be misled by thinking tlie body. ^hculd stay n'li df it'enlirolv. Til.--' shot rccessi;a;;s the natural turn •f'the bcdy on bcth the bacfewlns •:id downswln •. -O? Tocii up GOLF A>» CM THE &.*-•£ nae rtSR. iE L^ST "Roa . By explaining the camfs cf ;i. timnvj i liope lo show yen ho-.v '.obtain tlie correct timing. A c.v.;i.( for poor timing Is Hie Imnin.- c: ' Ihe body loo quickly on th: iV., 8ROU6 UlS ARM |M TuJO RACK f : n . Th-y cal! this 'hi', .v ;oo:i." Er.pcrncss to hit inrri :the iv.ott coimucn — Rcbtiildincr — Hcufivl' 1 — Hil-linns — Girbor, Ho'ls Co. Sloncvillc No. 1 seed iiK'h «i:nl sixteenth sla|i!c, saved brforc any rnln.;, hi;; Ijoll, ca?y picking, tunis out well At cin. 1'i'icc $00.00 per ton. ].cff than ton §;i.O^ IH-I- Hnitlreil or will cx- cli;tni;c one for two for ^•ooil prime seed. !L Smart, Sr. 1123 West Main I'honc Sol ordinary player. I'l Cbrencc Camber's gaii turn ol the body Is d:lavecl l.v to allo* th? hands and n come through. In riht-v Planting Seed For Sale Mis-Drl Nn. 2, ((7) Ssn.nn per (nn. Dc'fos 911, (fi) SI5.00 per (on. Seed giiarantocd inirc ;ind jrovmiiiation tesl 93^. This Mis-Dd is one yi-ur from Ijrcciliiijr stntion. Staple 1 1-8 inch, thirds ilsolf. The most satisfactory cotton 1 have ever jfi'own. Prices F. 0. B. Gi'ider. Maj. F. P. 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