The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 1, 1931
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BIX (ARK.) couim-m NEWS Local Semi-Pros Play Good "Ball Behind Wright to ; Triumph, 10-4. .'.;,'.Tlic Blylhcvlllc Red Sox von their first game in five starts yesterday at the expense of the Jonesboro Caterpillars. The Hose wallop«d the ball consistently and played by far their best game of the season afield to Kin by a decisive mnr- gln.'lo to 4. • For probably the first time this year, Mont: Wright, the hind luck pitcher of the fiux. rjceivcd bril- liont support and turned the f'nt- crnillnrs back in easy fashion. The visitors got but liirce h'.ts oil \Vil?ht •in seven innings and on? oil T.iy- lor. wlx> succeeded him. The Hose presented n revampc 1 ;! infield with three Memphis semipro players in the lineup. Incidentally, the bo.vs front the Bluff Cily played fine ball and contlrbutcd largely lo ihc triumph. • The Hose got to Kimball for six joins' in the firsl two innings and wilh a decisive lead Wright breezed through Ihe rest of Ihc way before turning Ihe Job over to Taylor. An error and three singles gave the. Sox three runs in l!ie Initial stanza. In the second inning .lones- boro counted one run on two .singles. The Hose added three more In their half on a single, hit batsman, another single, an error and a double: In the fourth a single, triple and infield out gave Ihe visitors two more runs. The Hose added one in he sixth and three in the seventh wiille the visitors brought Iheir total up to four runs with n lone tally in the ninth. Mehrie led the BlylheviHe htlers wlh ihrec blows, while Thrasher got a triple and Whitworth doubled. Biitlcr got two Wts for the visitors. ;. ' • Box Score BSytheville . AB. K. H. Mfhrle 2b 5 3 3 &zell Ib 5 2 2 Beckham 3b 5 1 0 Whitworth cf 5 o 1 Young rf 5 i ) Taylor p 1 o 1 Thrasher If 4 0 'J Abernathy If 1 o 1 McQory ss 5 1 ] Fanning c 5 o 1 Wright p-ir Totals 320 44 10 13 BRUSHING UP SPORTS Laufe U6 WAS BV TrtOW& EDiSbrt 75 RDOMDS GHFORB THE A10\llE CAMERA, Tt\B FIRST op K kino— PICTURES uJrree A Ex-Marine Hurls Sensational Ball and Osceola Beats Monette Team, 3-0 OP-CEOLA, Ark.—The Osceola Indians, fast semi-pro baseball learn »{ Osceola, defeated the Monette nmralopj here Sunday, 3 to 0. Odell Seaton, Indian pitcher, turned in a beautifully pitched one hit game. Only twenty-eight faced him and not a single man reaching second bs«. only'two Betting on fhst, one- on a clean hit. the olher by virtue of an error. Seaton was in rare form, striking out eight and walking none. The Indian? scored twice in the fourth when Caldwell, Indian right fielder, crashed a clean double to right center, scoring two runs. In this Inning McCabe walked, Lowrance bent out a sacrifice hll and In the confusion the Buffaloes left third baso unauardod and by smart Last, miming MeCabc stole third DID YOU KNOW TIIAT- Ed Barrow, Yankee business manager, Is on the road to re- cowry «TU!r nn operation for re.Soval of gsll stones . . . . Colonel J»ke Ruppert of the same learn has been kept indoors for weeks, sulfcrlng sinus infctllion . . . Hugh C,-itz, Giants' second baseman, is a cotton buyer by profession . . . . but, niter lugging lib diploma away from Mississippi A. and M. he slarKd playing semi-pro ball fit HO i week . . . Greenwood sold him U> Memphis for J2000 ... Memphis so!d him to Minneapolis for $1?,000 . . . Minneapolis sold him to the Reds for $30,000 , . . and Mc- Grnw sol him for Larry Benton, Pat Crawford, etc . . . Pat Crawford, by the way. is knock- Ing them high and far now for Columbus In the American Association. .M'N and on the. play.Ix>wrance look second. This set Ihe stage for Cald- Ihird run came in the eighth.] u ' am Birds Divide Pair With Reds and A's Split two With Bostonians. The St. Louis Cardinals led the Now York Giantv by nine point.-; as they opened another week of batt'? for the National leadership. In the American loop the Athletics split even with the Boston Sled Sox while the Senators in second place lost to the Yankees. Tho Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds divided a double header at the Detroit Tigers 0 to 4 at r>- troil. Iliidlln gave way lo Fprrcl! In the seventh inning but W as ciwilted with the victory. u n ie was the losing hurler. Morgan of Ihc Indians lilt n homer. • The Chicago White Sox got but four hits off three nrownie hurl- crs and the Brown won, n to 2. Levey's )iom?r accounted for three runs. Sammy Gray was the last Jirmvnle pitcher, halting a threatening Sox rally. CofTmnn wns the vanning pitcher. „_ ........ J „„_, „„ ...... bl. Louis. The Birds won the first putter, swings back with Reed Strikc.s Out Nineteen; Gosneil Wins Over Stcclci • i The Qosnell baseball team opened its season at Sieele. Mo., Sunday with a triumph, defeating Ihe fast Missouri nine, 3 lo '2. Snol Reed, Clasncll hurler. Iqt Ihci light-hitting Stccle l,eam down with ' five safeties, and .struck out ID men, \ while Ihc Gosiicll crc\v Bhowered Pchs and Chicks Tie for New Madrid and Tie For League Lead COOTER. Mo.—Warden's victory over Holland Sunday broke the triple tic for the leadership of the Southeast Missouri baseball league Barefoot. n i nouuica DaroUS LOSe tO Wardell and New Madrid, which ! defeated Cooler, now are tied for HOW THEY STANT South*™ League W. Birmingham 33 VfomphLs 22 Little liock 22 Chattanooga 23 New Orleans 22 Atlanta 20 Nashville 19 Mobile is I.owrance led off with a sharp single lo ccnier, stole second and scored on Smead's limely bingle lo ccnier. Seaton was given splendid support by his teammates especially the outfield, and also Smead on second, who handled several hard chances which looked like sure hits. [ Monette played errorless ball. Monk Gore, port sider. struck out seven and allowed seven hits, bul it was jusl "too much Seaton" for the Buffs. Box Score : Osceola AB. R. H. E. McCabe Ib 3 1 o 0 Lowrance If 4 2 2 0 Taylor 3b 4011 Caldwell rf 4 0 1 o L. Pet Brnead 2b 4 0 2 0 15 .088 Stotts ss 4 0 0 0 21 .512 Howerton ef 3 o 0 0 21 .512 Tarver c 2 0 1 0 000 to 5 and the Cincinnati second, ' Hnw should Ihe putter he taken ba<k'.' How should HID ball bt Jut'. 1 • • * Calamity Jane, the famous Jones an op;n . face under pressure of the last „ „ , , !° "- D e«inger, three fingers of Bobby's left hand, Cardfnal recruit, chalked up his waiter Hugcn lakes his back with American Lfajue W. L. Philadelphia 28 Washington 24 York 22 Cleveland 20 Chicago ............. 17 Detroit St. Louis Boston first place, while Holland, which' the offerings of Lcclford, Ihe ace, for len hlls. Jonesboro M'.nlcn rf Tiaw 3h Grepiv.vood ss 3 'Sanderson If '.'. 4 Hughss cf 4 Butler c .( Hart Ib .'.'.' 4 Bowers 2b 4 Klmball p 3 Porter p .'... o Oosnell scored In the nrst Inninr AB. R. H. | Rail's fiiwh drove in l.^clbaltfT 5 0 I j ivhn Ivrl (In'.i' Ths -a;uo •.-:•.'. 4 0 Ojtbrn vjoicitrs until the s^vc-nl!: ;u- 0 01 nine wilh botli pltchrrr. hni-hnr:. 0 OjsfiWoiii. bull, in tin- .seventh \uin'j 'i Oione nwny. Ledtotier walked. Kecd | •I 5 Totals By Innings: Jonesboro 010 ?M 001—4 BlytheviUV . 3.10 Ml 30x—1C Summary: Errors—Dowers Traw 2,Green«-ood l Hart. Two basi nils- . WhiU-orth, Mehrla, Minion. Three baw hits—Thrasher, Butler. Double play—Mehrie to Ezzeli. Base on bills —on Kimball two. of! Taylor one Struck out-by Kimball 'five, by Wright thrro, by Porter one, by Taylor ore. Winning pilchcr—Wright Itfsinj pilchcr-Kimball. Umpires- Ciaddock and Mosrc. Scorer—Calvin. Business So Good Costs Him $25.00 MEMPHIS. (UP)-Dusincss was so nishing for Floyd Creasy, Mem- ..phU attomsy, that he found himself with two cases to try in two differcnl courts at th; snmc time. He began, cue case in . Judge Wallaces court and after It had progressed a short way asked permission to step across the street to addres a jury In the second case. The request was granted on the promise that the recess would not be long. It lasted 45 minutes nnd who:. Creasy returned he was fined $25 for contempt of court. Courier News Want Ads" Pay. 'ww So foW HEM &a; m WIVES^3 previously had shared the leader- The Southern Icaeue pace net-1 ship, is second. '•*r~: (he- nirin'nuhntn Bnrons. were; In other games yesterday Brag- linltpri tcmnoravllv venl"rrhv bv' rjadnclo defeated Denton, 11 to 4, :>.„ i,.v;r--!-i :-."r< r'Mvr TV'iiirii vjil'c S:ee!e took a forfeit Iran •!il'n '!••• T'-.r.'.'Vr.. h."t i!-.(- Chicks 1'ascoln, which has dropped Its ••c 1 •.>•.->.•;(! fn'.o n tl? for the lr>;«i! mcinbor.uiip. No rcixnl of M.-T'vY-im for lunnci'-un imMtion. the Lilbouni-Hnyli yiune has been r-.r. in.' limited t!ie Unions lo, received here. • civn hi( s wlillr (lip Lnokouls col-; Tn the New Madrid-Cooler game. iglcd and Phillip', Hied out scor-' 'wl«l 11 »ff Caltiwell for a •! to 2 ' played here, the home team took iScvlll. | Irh'mnh. niqrlon 1 with four hlls•'in early lead, scoring twice, in Ihe Cornell scored Its final run Ini 1'ifhidinir n homer was Ihn big | second inning, but two runs for ninth nnd it proved to be the' c " n '" 'he lookout aitiek. .The! New Madrid in the eighth lied Ihe lining margin. R^vlll singled and ; win wr)s the fi'lh strnlslit for Hi; I score and Ihree inore in the ninlh 'tei- Lcdbelter and Head wenl, Lookouts. whr» arc onlv one per-1 gave the victory to the visiting »-n swinging. Phillips tripled scor- r( '"l""f iwlnt behind the Chicks tK <m. Fndlcr of Cooler starred at i Uevill. ami Travelers in tho standings. I bn '- Betting two doubles' and two The Missourhuis, who hnd made Ncivromp huri.rd splendid b.illi si"s;les out of four times up. Cooler ily Iwo hits In the first eight in-: ngs. cuunlcd twice in (he ninth. Her Bergcr and Davis had struck for elchl inninir-s nnd iiiamu'ed to: BOt eight hits' to New Madrid's oiiHusi tli» Chicks when they did! scv(ni . n "d each team was charged '•-••an hiltiivr. The Prbs won 8 10' t. Johnson singled, Bates singled 7 u ' llfv " n Chick ra!lv fell short in id Copctand doubled, scoring i.vo ttu : Ilil1l »- Griffin, who started for ins. With the tying run on base ecd struck out Lcdford to end ame. Box Score ' osnoll AB. Leilbellcr ss .......... 5 evill 2b ............... 5 UMtbettcr 3b ........ ; ced p ................. 5 hllllps c ............... 5 older If ............... 5 laughter cf ............ 4 .ecce rf ............... 4 unsford Ib ............ 4 n. H. 1 •> 2 2 Q o o 2 0 Mcinnhls. was knocked out of Iho box In Ihn second inning. The Mobile Marines nnd New Orleans Pelicans divided a double hcad.-r at New Orleans. The scores were !1 to 7 tor the Marines nnd 7 to 1 for tho Pels. Bass was the whining pitcher of the first umic, reli:yin; Oldhani. Bcin | pitched steady ball to cop the i second. Bean and Bonura hit • homers. j The Allanla-Nashville game was I called off lx?causc of wet grounds. Totals 42 'urner 2b Jhn s-s ^ 'clbsrt 3b 4 larger If 4 Davis Ib .) ohnson cf 4 latcs rf 4 'opeland c 4 jedford p ^ AD. P. H. o Olial-rrs to Meet PHILADELPHIA. Penll.. (UPl — Ihr. ;-,ifn iinniiTrsiiv of tlif Phil- ar'loi'.in Yearly M^etin? of I lie Re- li?ln<i'< Sncirly of Fi'iends vi'i l>c rel br.itrri Oi> .Mine 20 nl Ilurlin<;- ". ton. N. J.. where the firsl meel- i °;ln? was held In June of 1G81 un;der l!ie leadership of William Pcnn. 0 with seven errors. Batteries were In gand Blxlcr for Cooler and DrouBhton nnd Beard for New Madrid. GAMES TODAY Soul hern League Birmingham at Chattanooga. Atlanta at Nashville. Mobile nt New Orleans. Only Games scheduled. .American League Detroit at Philadelphia. Only game scheduled. National I.eague Boston at Pittsburgh. Only game scheduled. Totals 3a 2 5 3y Innings: . 000 000 002—3 100 CCO 101—1 v: Two bass hits—c.Loci- HOME THEATRE Sunday and Monday Gosnell RIT7 Sunday and Mnndav !!(• Wns Onlv a. Common Gob And She \Vns a Admiral's balis-on Reed 2."oii'""l,*&taTA "i'- ^""KMcv — Struck cut—by Reed 10; Ledford V I" 11 ' ' 1C showed the ; NHVV thai hn had tlic istoric Oak Tree Cut for FirewooJ IKONDEQUOIT, N. Y., :UP) — The famous Red Jacket Onk has been sacrificed to Ihe automobile. Under lls branches Chirf Red Jacket of ihe Senccas addressed conciliatory speeches to his irlbcs- •nen. saving them from exlsrmlna- t!on by the Enelish, according to •rcditablc Uadlllon. The tree was 20 feet in clrciun- ferencc. Village officials had it cut Inlo firewood "because it con- slutY Robert Montgomery in SHIPMATES stilulcs mpedes i menace progress." to traffic nnd Rare Book Exhibited NEW YORK. (UP) — The American InHHulc of Accountants has placed on exhibition hero nn original copy of the first book ever published on tho subject of doubly-entry bcoklrco^ng. it \vns L'.ica Paciolo prhitfd in Ilnly in 1434 hv Vra Earnest with Torrence, Dorolliv Jordan anil -CHIT Edwards Also Cometly mill News Adm.—Matinee anclj Xight 15 and '10c. Coininjr — Mary Pickfonl "KIKI". National St. Louis .... New York .. Chicago Boston Philadelphia Brooklyn Cincinnati . W. I,. . 23 II . 24 12 .511 .478 .455 .442 .383 Pet .137 .600 .579 .500 .447 .409 .371 .359 Pet. .676 .667 31 Seaton p Totals Monette AB. Witcher c 4 Tale ss 3 Marshall Ib 3 Gibson If 3 B«thell rf 3 3 3 3 3 Smith 3b Stotls 2b Oass cf Gore p H. E. 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 0 1 0 By Innings: Monett* 000 000 000—0 Osceola 000 200 01.-. -3 Summary: Runs baited in,• Caldwell 2, Hmead 1; two hits, 2! 15 583 Caldwell. Tarver; double play, Cald- 19 18 .514 well lo McCabe; stolen bases, Mc- 18 20 AH Cabe, Lowrance; struck out. by Gore 18 21 .462 7; by Seaton i; bases on balk, off .436 Gore 2. Umpires: .231. Bragg. Time: 1:50. Hitter, Butler. in talrly easy Phils, 10 to 5. ntlh win in Ir? flrsl game while Ogden twirled good ball for the Cincinnati club in the second contest. Crabtree homeied in the second game. The Phillies combed the offerings of John Br-rly for 15 nils but the Giants won ' ~ ' ' fashion from the The Giants got only 1C hits b'lt, used them to advantage. Hogan hit a homer for New York. The Pittsburgh Pirates got but two hits off the fine hurling of Bob Smith Sunday and the Chicago Cubs won « 5 to 0 decision. The win was Ihe eighth in nine stars for the Bruins. Meine was the losing hurler. , The Brooklyn Robins won their fourth slruight game In th> first contest of a double header with the Boston Braves and held the Braves to a tie in the second. The scores were 9 to 2 and 3 to 3. Adolfo Luqiie was the winning hurler of the first game. Thnrston and Zachary tied up in a hurling duel in ihe second. O'Doul hit a homer In the first game and the right hand, using an open face Moore's two hom;rs accounted for for long putts and a closed face on Roslon's runs in Ihe second game.'shorter ones. Horton Smith uses The Athletics won the opening.both hands in taking the club bick. game from Boston 7 to 4 at Bos- j They differ in the way they hit ton and then lost the abbreviate! -the ball, too. Jones.hits with the second affair. 1 to 3. Enrnshaw : right hand. TTagen pults against was the winning pitcher of the .the left hand. Smith hits with both. HORTOW SWITH HITS HIS PUTTS WITH BOTH KftfOOS. THE CLUB- HEADSWUJ) MEET BAU. KT first game and Morris won for the Sex In the second. Haas. Picker- Ing, McNair and E. Millert hi homers. The Macks lost the services temporarily of Cochrane nnd Boley by injuries. Fddie Wells and George Plpgrass Umied Ihe Washington Senators back with six hits and the Yankees won at Washington. The New Yorkers scored three runs in the final inning to win. Babe Ruth hit a homer. The .Cleveland Indians defeated If the player will lake a comfortable stance and concentrate on getting the cl'ubhead into the ball at right angles to the line of the putt, any of the above methods twUl prove successful. Of course the putter must, be swulng low along the ground. Because Jones is such a renowned putter. 1 can't help but favor his particular style. TOMORROW: Why is it so important lo keep ihe right elbow tui-kcd in close to the body? A DELICIOUS CONFECTION^WITHOUT AN OBJECTION TITLE muscles moving ten thousand times an Sugar is Nature's quickest energy food. Tn this .IT- 1 .iff U* iVWlTPC T/»irj»n*M nr*f-K five*fi-mrtv+ **nA 11 —..! J £ *_. • ^' lf__ i • i •. hour. Littk bodies, feverish with exertion and vibrant physical urge. Is it strange that exhaustion comes quickly; that meals seem ages apart? "Quick," says Mother Nature. "Build back these wasted cells." No time to change solid foods into liquid form it is practically predigestcd. Just an ounce between meals is enough. To avoid excess, dilute it with pure water for bulk and add fruit juice, extracts and essences to promote palate appeal. Too much trouble! you siy? Well! so it usable^nergy. Hence comes the cry for sweets, is, for busy mothers, but not for us. Dr~ Pepper but it s Mother Nature speaking, after all. is ready made. An ideal nourishing sweet. Also Comedy and New?. Atlm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and ,?6c. doming — Tuesday, \Vo;lui>.--' lay ami Thursday—Amn< & ' Andy in "CHECK AM)' DOUBLE CHECK". 1. KEEP A CASE ON THE ICE AT IO-2 AND 4 O'CLOCK

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