The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1931 · Page 8
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June 5, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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; . EIGHT (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FH1DAV, JUNK 5. 1931 IE LEI H SERIES, Finish Of Hie English "Darby" Giants Drop Close Game; Yankees Lose and Ferrell Wins (or Cleveland. The Cavdluals weiu ahead again in tlielr st-rlrs with the Olnnts yesterday and conlihued lo hold li narrow bul steady lead In llic Nu- llonnl league. The Athbllcs ani! Senators continued lo set a swift pace in the American. The Red Birds were iralln-j l-.vo nnd n half yamcs ahead of the Cll- anls al the close of yesterday'! game. A jiSiich hit by Martin, cut- fielder rookie. In the ninth diovc in Ihe winning run. The score wns S lo 5. Hallahan 'Was llic winiihr hurler and Carl llnbudl the lotcr. Shanly Hasan of the Cliants nil r homer. Tlie Cincinnati n«ls lj?al lh' Phillies nl Cincinnati. 5 tu 2. The Reds got but seven lilts off Ray Benge and Jumbo Ellloil bul hunched Ihem successfully. Carroll wa: thee winning hurler. Chicago's Cubs heal Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers, S lo 4. A home n;r in the nlnlli ImiliiB by Cuylcv gav: the Bruins a victory. Wright, l.om- bardl nnd Wilson also Iviv homer, during Ihe game. Swecllanrt "the winning Imrler. One run in the 13th Inning gave the Pittsburgh Pirates an overl'.m 1 victory over (lie Boston Braves. to 1. Spencer was l!ie winning hurler and Unlil Ihe loser. Wlldncs contributed to the winning run. Eartish^w in Form • George Earnshaw limited lh< • Chicago White Box lo three hit and the Mnckmen triumphed nvc the White Sox. 4 lo 1. Thomas.an McKaiu hurled cood ball for Chi cngo. Jl.nmy Foxx lilt a homer 1 the second with one on. Tale scor ed on Fothcrglll's single, to snv the Hose from a shutout. Ci'ovrdcr hurled Ihe Senators I a & to 1 triumph over the Delro! Tigers. Thee Tigers got to Crowde for but seven hils. Wes Perrcll won his clshlli vU tory of Ihe Mason as the Clevclnn Indians defeated the Boslon He Sox, 10 to "i. Perrcll hnd an eas time alter his mates gave him four run lead In Ihe initial Innln In addition to his pitching the Cleveland ace hit a homer with one on. The St. Louis Browns beat t':r Yankees 8 to 0 at. New York. The Brownies got to Ruffliig and forc- eil -him from the game in four Innings, niacholdcr l-.clS the Yankees. Levey nnd Gehrtr; hit homers. IV" swrepstntes winnings for American tlicy inctcl lo victory down, the home- King Oeorgs Queen Mary, saw Vilh llyins; hoofs pounding Ij the tunr »i V.UiiU.WW In IcXct huldtrs. these English Derby winiii'i:- uu- shuan iis titlch at Kpsom Downs. Nearly a inlllinn lifopii:, iiicluiliiii; ttniei-nnlini. the fnvnrUc. beat Orpjn by Urn L'-mi.n Ins of a length willi Sandwich just behind. This ,il.:lim> v.as liiki-n by u eamcnunnn to: NKA Ki-rvU-r i:nd 'tin- Courier News al Ihe Hack, rushed to Lon- lovi, transinl'.Utl by tudlo acrov.; tup Ailr.nlU 1 lo Ntw Viirk Veteran Righthander Gives But Three Hits to Crax; PebsWin. . Ray Caldwell, the ancient right- hander, was In form yesterday and the Birmingham Barons walked lo im easy viclory over llic Atlanta Crackers, 14 lo 3. . . Caldwell limited Ihe Crax to three hits while Hie Southern league leaders hoppi-d on frun foi 1 21 blnglc-s. Al.'crnathy hll n home run. The Ulllc Hock Travelers won over 'Ihe Mobile Marines md Imrl ed Into sc-cond place, a scant Iwo points ahead of Chattanooga. Tl-.s Pebbles triVmipheU In 'a close hurl ing match. 2 to 1. Hughes <vas the winning hurler. The New Orleans Pelicans had Iwo big Innings (o beat the Memphis Chicks, 0 to 7. Dacus was the whining and Deck Ihe losing hurler. Jeanes, Memphis outfielder, had a perfect day ul bat with five hits out of live trips to the pint*. The Nashville Volunteers defeated the Chattanooga Lookouts by a 0 lo 5 count. The Vols were held Bargains for Saturday ami Monday Pure Lard thence over, (elephoto wires. scoreless until the final Inning when they suddenly opened . thel^ attack and scored six runs. Davis ill n home run during Ihe Inning. I'mischer was Ihe losing hurler. son Burnt I Pritchard RITHEY Will Meet Demontre 31ythcvillc Team Strengthened (or Invasion of Osccola for Big Game. The Blythevllle Red Sox arc confident of trimming the well known O.icooln Indians when they Invade the Indians' stronghold al Osccoln Sunday alterncun. The locals have been slrenglh- cned for the same Sunduy and nr= out- to avenge a defeal from the Osccola boys earlier in the season. Herschel Caklwel!. former Ala- bunm University outfielder, will b? Ihe Sox lineup against Ihe Os- ceolaus. Incidentally, his brotlu'r. Chester Caldwell, who also formerly wore (he emblem or llic Crimson Tide ball tenin. will UP In lh? losing camp as uulUcUltr for \\\v Indians. The Hose arc- keeping :i dnrV '?- crel about anotlm luldlllon lo their team. SiilitNrrn W. I,. Blrm!ni;li-,un ........ M 17 Ulllc Rfli-k .......... 24 ;V2 ClmUannoiia ........ -G 2-1 Memphis ............ 2. r . 24 New Orleans ........ 21 2ri Allanla ............. 2:i SG Nnahvllle ........... 'JO 28 Mobile .............. 1!) 31 XaliiniiLi Leagne W. U St. Louis New York Chicago Boslon llrncklyu Phihulelphia .... I'llLsbm-gh Chielnnnll Anirrlr; 20 2! 23 2U M 1!) 19 11 Pel. .070 .Ml .520 .510 .400 .•109 .•ilfi .380 .084 .1115 .500 KU1 Pritchard, fast Missouri ban- Innnvclght, will hendllne Ills first card here Tuesday night when he meets Gene Demontre. Memphl.; flush, In Ihe \vindup of Ihe regular weekly flghl car<l ill Ihe Armory. Young Prilrhard by virtue of his victories in the two cards already staged here this summer gained th? righl lo npiieiir in the fealure bout which. Is scheduled fov eight, rounds. Pritchard won here over Sam Cope- niul, local youlli, and Frahkic Saia R1TZ THEATER Friday and Saturday 'Many a Slip' He Wanted! She Wanted! .500 0 [ Memphis. Both were knockout .•nr, Philadelphir, ]Ne\v Yoil: . f.'lcvHnnd .. W. 31 27 .452 .2S!i victories. they look their love where they found it, and told the world to .go roost on the moon! .!JGl i as Scbaaf Comts Up. V/hlsp?rs lo the effect thai Jim Msloncy took the dive for Ernie Schaaf have been heard in some of the spots where alleged wise folk gather. Unlil Ihe quick Maloney knockout. Schaaf never \va' suspected of having that sorl of knockout m:dgo. Bul you musl re member that Risko knocked out Maloney, too, and Johnny never "was suspected of having that kin:' of fist either. At any r.ue Maloiiei Is now nil dress;d up with no place to go. and Schnaf ts prt-tly "hot. Moving Over. An example of the way (he old line golfers ore moving over lo n\akc room for youth Is reflected hi U:c Chicago district. On Ihe honor roll for • ths district only two of tho old-llmers find a place arrinmj Ihe first 10 names. The velrraus arc Bob Gardner and Chick Evans, and the babies are Charlie Bcckn. Iro. Couch, • George Dan-son, Johnny Lehmann, Gus Novotny. Rudy Knei>psr. Jack Westtand and Dick Martin. Of these only Knepper Is past 30. Bccka fa not yet 21. • • • Shlrtr, Shirfs! A St. Louis ncwspaocrawn war discussing with Owner Phil Ball the shortcomings of the Browns Ihe olher day. Bill also owns a controlling interest in HIE Milwaukee Club. "You n«d a first buseman," he told Ball, "and Milwaukee has 0111? I mean Art Slitves. Why not t-onc Burns to MiK-auke? for Shir?*?" And the amazing answer o! Mr Ball was: "But Milwaukee dscsn't Burns." Well. well, you don't say! About Ert Brandt. The sudden success of EJ Brand the swift southpaw of the Brave alter a bad year In TOO. has bee one of the nuzzles of the bis lca<;t campaign. Bill McKeehnle cxplaii It in this manner: •'Brandt is vising his curve. In recent series with tte Ghnts I used almost nothing hut curves. The Braves, by the way. have quite a few roundhouse flinders. Tom Zachary is down in the books s'ihc STARS ff^-^'r />•'--•• •••'-^W ,.. i j !dlj ir Jxl /i.PT \"Z?.yz Demontre has only foughl eighl or ten professional fights but rates ns a cla.ssy youngster with speed.to burn, according lo reports. He won ;jlhc amateur lillt in Memphis two ": years before turning professional. In the .scml-windup Tom . Uye Kfntou of buxora. lighUveighl. will i face Babe O'Urien. highly louted j j New Madrid. Mo., battler. Sent on , won irdccLsian over Nolnn Lambert ' here Tue?dny. The soini-windu]! L-? slated fov six rounds. Tii a four round bout. Don Davi of Steete, welterweight, who scoird -, ,, a knockout here on the last card Ull Memphis right Card:staged, will meet Brick Austin ol ! Manila. Davis can punch while the Don nuvlou. local li&luwciglit. ilc- ; ' M:U!ill > f:l »s like their prospect. That's w ii y. younjr love' Is sa dellfmrnl, so [hrilllnr — b«ause it if audacious and lartns! Burton Beats Stewart nisluncd Hddie Stewart in 11 nvc- 'I' 1 ' negroes.' Little Red, and Is llu- wiBftlu of any Imrmrlaiire? Tlic golfer who tries for dh;cc- lon and for tlic correct follov- lirongh is bencnilcd greatly by the llmiiiflry fisht on the Kins-Ellcr 1 -'. "'ohu Klrby-Bcll. will get into jcard ;it Moclgcs Field. Mcinpliis, bsl I nig!H. ! Burton wns in front v,iih ronm j (o sjnre at the Ilnlsh, It was slalc'J. I King. North I/nth. Rork fi-'lucr. 1 knoikctl out Eiler.s in tho 'iiiirci round of (he main ;;o. They iirv vins togelhi'r In a four rounder. The black hoys arc fcnllicnrciglus relimlnary waggic. It Is a splcnrtk'- cans of loosening light wrists anc ocs away with any tcr.^s: feelim For the beginner learning In liii ;e ball, the waggle conn-; in handy e mny Improve his swing by emu- American Legion Club Defeats Cooler Team COOTRK, M. — The Prmisco' rmimv American Lesion bill team defeated the Copter rndr-pciidcnl (onm at Uw. local park y«rtcnvay nftrrncon by a 10 (o 5 score. Thi> American T.,?ition Icum got to Aslior. Cooler hurler. in the fii'sl thrr^ innings for their ten runs. S.idlrr. who relieved him Wanked (he 1. -"-'inn tectn Ihe rest of -uhe way. The Ccotcr hitters BM lo Johnson for four runs in Hit 1 cnrly innlnps but were helpless betorr Trayuor. Ihn little righthander who took up the pitching chows for the A fir? enRlnp of Oerinan invention pumps streams of carbonic Jiclil powder that smothers flames, instead of using water. ROME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Legion. Ccoter broke a run In the ninth. I a-cre Center American legion iintlerics: Cooler. See ttlng lh^ action ;\t the niom?ul o' npact of clubhcad ami brill nn- he low tollow-tl-.roiKh nlonj tlv irection HIH\ through for I! H E 5 12 G 10 13 1 Ashcr. Sad- '<r nnd Terry; American t ?gion, Johnson, Traynor an Young. Bob 'Sunrise Trail' Kill) of Gripping Guns and Fiery Action.. Also Fables and Soriat. Adm. — ^ratmce and N"if;lil— 10 nnd 2f>c. iome Theatre Sunday and Monday One Year Ago Torta\--Thc University of Pennsylvania trark t?air, mianimonsly elected Barney Berlinger, star all-around track au:' field performer, to Ihe captaincy o! the 1931 team. Five Years Ago Today—Fourteen years after he won lh? honor, Tris was presented with a dt- as a "nothing- pitcher." but It's a 1 ploma declaring him (he most \•?.!fact he has a prety good curve. I a.ible player to his team in the Socks Selbold Is a slant specialist. ] American League for 1D12. The Shcrdel throws, an tantalizing slow iav.-ord was an nuto which Speaker curve: Itccrlvcd at ihe close of the 1912 The National League Is referred reason. To c;!cbrfile the offlclal cl- to by baseball me nas "a- curve ball ia-.ioii. Trii put liim^flf in !!i? line- league." With a collection f curvers i up of the Indians and poled two tvch as McKechn'.e has githjrcd.lhits. scored a run nnd made eight 'some learn In the first division is | putouLs In (he Tribe's 15 to 3 vio- FRANK DARING DRAMA Also Onm'tly and News. Adm.—Matimv and' Niglil—10 and 2,"iv Coinir.tr—GntiH Witlu'vs in "SWANKK U1VKR". Coming—Low Ayros in "IKON MAN". delicious intedy of vc's c r- ors i— once n a life- me! JOAN BENNETT LEW AYRES n a snicy, laugh-loaded con oclion of youth and its views n love . Also Fables ami Comedy. Matinee—10 and 30e. Night—10 and :)5c. Sunday and Monday ;00 Million Americans Can't Je Wrong! ELfSSA 1 LANDI ALWAYt GOODBYE lOc PIf, RIBS 1,1). BACON Sliced l.b. 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