The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 8, 1931
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<ARK.)-COimiKK NKWS MON DAY, \J UXK 8, 1031 BRUSHING UP SPORTS Jaylor Doubles and Scores '"•'.'Winning Run on Smeacl's -Hit; Score 9 to 8. -•"oSCEOLA. Ark., JiU'-e 8.—The "•Qiciola Indians defeated the Bly- .ttavillc Red Sox yesterday in a ' spectacular ten-Inning tall game. 9 lot. . , , ..Bill Smcad. Indian second sacit- *r, dropped a timely blnglo over slioilstop in the tenth innhix, scoring Taylor, who had previously doubled,'from second. Tiie Indians staged an uphill bait'.?, scorim: live ' runs in the ninth to knol the count. • Cr«on, Blythcvihc pitcher, hurl- -ed'a beautiful gam-; up lo ths f: " r ninth, striking out ten men iind Joutng only four hits, two ot which .were bunched in the sixth Inning and coup'.ei with - bases on balls, produced three runs. His tcammaUs .give him n five run l?ad by scoring twice In the fourth on a hit, n •base on balls nnd an error; three TODS in the sixth on three hits, on: of which was a Home run by Ezzell ind an error. The last Ihrce scores came In the ninth on n home run by Mehrle, a hit and an error. , Love opened up ti;e eventful ninth . -.for the Indians by lending off with - fttlean single to center, Fleitz went in to run for lihn and acivnnced to second as Taylor took first after 'being nicked in the ribs by one ot j Cfeson's curves. With a double r>lay in- sight, Mfhrlc, Blythevllle second sticker, missed McCrory's throw after the latter had fielded what 'looked like a sure hit from I.ow- - ranee's bat, FleiU scoring and Taylor taking third, who Immediately scored on an overthrow by Mehrle to Bickham. Lowrance took second. Caldwell was safe on an error at •jtiort, Lowrance scoring, McCabe walked nnd Howerton hit scorin" C»ld»;«ll with McCabe being thrown bu'f at third on a close p'.ay. Stalls followed with a double, scoring Howfrton with the tying run. the teiing ending with Tarver striking but, ; -Seaton pitched the last inning tor ' bswola 'and set the Blylheville boys down In regu order. The was won in the tenth. Monk Wrtehl went in to pitch for Blytheville. Taylor crashed one against the •'fence with two out. for a double •and promptly scored on Smertd'f single. . • This, makes the second delei 1 Blythevllle tins suffered at the hare's of the Osccola tribe. : Blythcville presented one of llv . strongest teams they have ever as'. sembled on a baseball diamond, i' being an entirely different club from that which first omossd the Indians In the first game of ir- season last month. .'' ; ' Box Score Blytheville AD. R, H. PO. Mehrk 2b 3 1 2 1 H..Ca]dwell cf 5 0 2 Whitworth' rf 5 2 1 1 arell Ib 4 1 1 10 Young-If 5 3 0 1 3b 4 0 0 MeCrary ss 5 1 2 .Fanning c 5 0 1 If Creson p 4 0 0 Wright p 0 0 0 zThresher 1 0 0 : 1915- lUMHfe voweu. of ei£veiM^D> AMD PITCHED BU&H OF SCUC06, EACH ••• OKIE BM.L T: C( J {„,. R un _ 1 lt-U 1O1 l\l"l of the Texas Lcagur Kiidliii, 20-ycar-Oicl riitch!n[; ace, to Wild Bill Hallahan in Form; Yanks Win Behind Gome?.' Fine Pitching. The Red Birds of St. Louis, leading the National parade, split two names with the Brooklyn Dod- ;ers yesterday at St. Louis. The Mackmtr. Arncricun league leaders, downed the Tigtrs In a slug fest. les (j to 3. at Boston. The Sox made 14 hits Including four by first baseman Sweeney. McFitddtn was the winning hurlcr. The Yankees von easily over Cleveland behind the air-tight pitching of' Vcrnon Gome/, young lelllwiider. The score was 5 to 1. Gomez limited (ho Indians to six hits. The victory was number five straight for Gomez. HOW THEY STANE Southern league W. I,. Birmingham 17 19 Chattanooga 21 20 Tli* "cardinals dropped the first Memphis 27 26 game to the Ecdgers, C to <. In Atlanta .'..;.: 27 20 the second game Wild Dill Hal- New Orleans 27 • 'K lahan shut the belligerent Robins Little RocV. 25 'K out with six hits and a 9 to 0 Na&hville '21 31 drubbing. Vance btsuxt Burlelali I Mobile 21 33 Grimi's In the owning game. Weil- National L«fuc crick hit a homer In the first W. p $39000 it4 GoU> IN Tfte UiiKSOou) OF Tfi e GOV.DF1ELJ>(NEV.) — THE A*toOKIT~&l>ARWfeeD Fi&nr«. e Willis • Totals 41 8 9 Osctola AB, R. H. PO Taylor 3b 5 2 1 Lowrancc If 6 1 0 Smead 2b 5 0 2 C. Caldwell if 320 McCate Ib 3 1 I Hpwerton cf 3 1 I StotLs ss .' 5 1 2 Tarver c ; 5 0 0 Loire p 2 2 S«aton p 1 0 0 xFleltz 0 1 0 ner-Up Position to-Baions in Southern League Fight Positions change readily In the outherii League race—that Is, nil it the position r,t the head of the ararfe and the Barons lead as i:su- 1 over the week-end though they shortstop was tha I'liulln must make good htfore nl the cash was to be trnnsferrecl. Today . Totals '... 38 9 9 :r Ta'O out when winning run scored. xRan for Love in tenth. zHit for Creson in tenth. BiythcvUle 000 203 003 0—8 Osceola 000 003 005 1—P Summary: Errors, Stotts 2. Mc- Crpr>', C. Caldwell, Love. Mchrls: two base hits: Love\ Taylor. Home runs, Ezzell, Mehrie. Double play Smead to Stotts to McCabe; hit by pitched ball. Taylor;' bases on balls: off Creson 8,' oft Love 4; innings pitched, by Creson 9, by Love 0. by Wright 2-3, by Seaton I; losing pitcher Wright; umpires, Jackson. Butler, Bragg, Pounds. Time 2:05. lace position, the Lookouts, Chicks, cash, plus a pitcher :m> rackers and Pelicans being do.ici- A provision in Iho sal octtcd, with the Travelers on their eels. Two home runs in tfco seventh inlng with Bennett and Clabaivzh n the stellar roles gave tr.e Vols n 8 lo 7 triumps over the Bnrons. Buvid was the winning hurlcr and Touchstone the loser. Tile Pelicans set the Pebbles back .wlcc at New Orleans. Ti-.c scoi were 0 to 8 and 12 lo 2. The Birds staged a big surprise by scorin? r runs In the ninth Innini; lo no.v out LIUle Rock in the first •gams In the second the Pelicans gol ol[ to a Ilyvng start nnd v.'ere never Headed. Nowscin was crcflitcd <vi:l both losses whlb Untierhlll ar.;l Johnson were the winning pitchers. The Memphis Chicks downed llso Mobile Marines 1 to G. tint lost th? second game of-a double -head or. 3 lo 2. Kelly relieved Beck to recelvo credit for the first win \ihile Ovens was the winning hurlcr In the second battle. Tlutsa not the Marine hit a homer. The- Crackers from Atlanta ii-.-u he Chattanooga Lookouts 11 to it ChnttanooTa. The Crackers ra:- tled off 12 htis and mud? them wo-hil and a pair, of four-hit ]>it- lihib' pcrfoi inances were exhibited for Brooklyn. The Chicago Cubs won on abbreviated lilt from the New York New Yo O Inn Is, 8 to 3. The same was Boston ,.. called at the end of the sixth Brooklyn v on account of ratn. Busli was' the Pittsburgh winning hurler while Ho'rnsby and Hack Wilson with homers led the Cub attack. Th" Cincinnati Heds won from Boston's Braves In the first, game of a double header only to lose the second game, 10 to 9 Red Lucas hurled well to chalk up a win In the first game while seven pitchers were used In the second fray with Johnson the loser. Macks Hit Hard The heavy liittlng Athletics hopped on Sorrell and Sullivan for 15 safeties including four base clouts by foxx and Miller. The score was 12 to 2. MahatTey was the winning hurler. Lloyd Brown held the Chicago White Sox to four hits nnd the Senators defeated the Hose, 8 to Ted Lyons, the losing hurler, v.-as driven from the mound early during the game. at. Louts ............ 29 Chicago ............. 25 New York ........... 24 22 Philadelphia .... Cincinnati -.. 14 American Philadelphia Washington New York 25 Cleveland '.. 24 Chicago 18 Detroit 19 Boston 17 St. Louis 15 ^STARS Pldy it APT KFF.MZ Wlitn should a pitch shot l,i' nurlt? When Ihi: chip shot? o 9 t A pitch shot should be used cnly when necessary. If you have an approach shot to r.e made from, a point, soy 30 yards from the j;recn,- it is safer LEII IN Lttt / 30 YARDS OP THE GRSEU IT fi> I SAFER TO REUV OW Tv»£ CHIP Lutos Team Undefeated in Sunday Loop; Holbevt and Pranise Land in 2nd Lilies kc])t Its record In the Mississippi County tasoljaU league clean S'.mday by wlrmiiiB over Iliglitcwer 10 to 0. The pace- .seltiin; Lutes train hr.s not brc-n dtleaied In five oaiiiea. Clcr.ely Irailing Lutc-'i are two teams shoring second posliion. They are Holbert and Pionnse Lan:l with uut one defeat, each. Both Kolbert and I'romisc Land won yestoiday on forfeits. nurdptto forfciied to Promise Land and LH- l!e River to Hoibert. Yni-bro wo:i over Ekron 14 to 7 and Honnondale lost to Hell 10 to 2. Managers of the league teams are requested to meet at, the Bly-' thrvlllo City Hall Saturday night fov the purpose of riectins; u new team lo the league in the plac-? of one of the present teams which is dropping out. .378 .3C6 n the major leagues. Adolfo Luque i2ld the Cubs lo four blows ueat them li to 0; Bill Walker Giants' southpaw, held the Cards o two hits and beat them 4 to 1 Watte Hoyl of the Tigers gave the Red Sox four hits and won 1 to, 0 Ed Morris of the Red Sox lost hi two-hit pcrfoimance to Detroit. GAMES TODAY Southern League Memphis at Mobile. Atlanta at Chattanooga. Birmingham at Nashville. Little Rock at New Orleans. .American Lrague Chicago at Washington. St. Louis at Boston. The Boston Red Sox went on aj Detroit at Philadelphia, slugging spree and beat the Brown- Cleveland at New York. STANDINGS W. Lutes L. Pet. 0 1.000 Promise Land 4 Holbert Yarhvo Dell to uso the chip shot. If a trap intencnes. the pitch happens to be the only course for you to take. Walter Hagen owes his high position among top'flight Eo to his skill In playing chip shots, i Ekvon 2 3 according to a British expert- Burdttte 2 3 Hagerc is so accurate with his j Hightotver 1 4 chips that he holes out in two i Little; River- 1 4 shots, instead of the usual three Hermcndale i 4 with two putts, which par allows, i ; A three or four Iron Is [he besi j Kcal Cilery Denied Morton club for chip shots. Try lo carry: Hoi ton Smith, 23-year-old Jop- one-third of the distance to the lin. M a ., boy, who stroked his way pin. letting the ball roll the re- 10 fame and fortune on the golf maining distance. , links, has n»vcr won a major title, i although he hus won practically TOMORROW: Hew do you i'\e- every other important event on the cute (he short chip shots? golf calendar. .BOO .800 .GOO .000 .400 .400 .200 .200 .200 Ten Years Ago Today — On! three American players — Walte Hagcn. Jock Hutchison and - Em melt French—qualified for ths 1000 guineas match play tournament at Glen Eagles, Scotland. Ted Ray, U. S. open champion, was low qualifier with 212 for 54 holes. National League Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia ut Pittsburgh, Courier News Want Ads Pay. IER. NATURE'S IVALVC ON SWEETS IN G Livin' High! count well. Carlylo hit a homer lor j Por husky bds whose eyes arc bigger thin their stomachs, give sweets ia diluted form. ?AO confection is more eagerly accepted sparkling Dr. Pepper. And yer, the proportion of sugar is less th:m one to six. The bulk of it is pure, sparkling water and fruit juice .,. wholesome, healthful and gcod. Let them drink their fill. Atlanta. Messenger nlng pitcher. was the win- CORTLAND, N. Y. t UP)—The champion egg layer of New Vort: stale, a white leghorn uullet. produced 335 eggs in 1930. The bird I- owned by P. J. DeHarl ot Cort- bnd. New Madrid 1 and i Wardell Hold to Mo. League Lead . COOTER, Mo.—New Madrid r.r.d Wardell teams of the Southcas' Missouri Baseball association maintained their league leadership Sunday. New Madrid defeating "steelc. 8 to 1, while Wardell was awarded a forteit from Pascola. which has withdrawn from the league. Ulbourne emerged from a nine toning swatftst at Denton with a 11 to 13 victory, while Braggadocio mtt overwhelming defeat at Holland. 19 to 2. • Five. H»yti errors contributed materially to a 7 to 0 victory by Coo- t«r here. Both Henson and Sumpter pitched good ball, but the lat- ttr r«elved poor support. Henson •truck oul ten and Sumpter nine. R. H. E. Cooler 7 9 o ; lUytt '. 065 .':... Mtain for Cooler were Hen»n Md JExler, tor H»ytl, ' R1TZ THEATER Sunday and Monday 100 Million Americans Can't lie \Vronor! AT IO-2 O'CLOCK Home Theatre Sunday and Monday provb.c.ative insiqra to f LEWIS - mr ^ m STONE Also Comedy ami News, j Atlm.—Matinee ,'nml Night— 15 and .10c. 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