The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1931 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1931
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PAGE POUR Hose With Rcic! Pitching, Beat Slim Ixrve and His Mates, i4to 3. ' The BIytlicvillc Red Sox defeated liio Brictey, Ark., club at Ilnlcy Field yesterday lieforc a small crowd of funs, 14 to 3. Ti:c locals took ndvantagc of half hearted support given tlie veteran Slim I/>ve, Brickey Iml'.er, to eol» an early lend mid Spot Rcli, Sox hurler, was never in danger nfter an early margin. licid used his blinding speed, especially In the early Innings, lo strike out ten men while l!ie un- dent southpaw o( Die Urlckey club, apparently rather dovm-hcaricd by the loose playing of Ills mates, gave up 20 hits. Youug, Myllieville catcher, n-lt)> four hits in five trips lo the plute, led the local sluggers, although Whllworlh and Wright were credited with a p.iir of triples each. Every member of the UlythcviUc team got at least one hit. Blythevllie started the scoring in the initial inning. Two runs crossed the plate. Sadler doubled and scored on Whllivorlh's two base lilt. Thrasher uncorked H two bagger and Whit worth counted. In the second three doubles and a Iripic counted four runs. Whllworth went all (lie way around the bags on what should have linen a single, sliding under the Brickey \vho waited for him at the plait. The Sox added another run in the fourth when Wright his second triple. Both mre mtgtity blows. Mehrlc pushed him across, •.liatlilour Slurs Brlckcy scored a run In the seventh and as If angered because they had missed a shutout Hie Hose came back in their half to count seven runs. They batted around in ihe Inning with four lilts, an error and two bases on balls accounting fo; Hie runs. Brickey counted twice in the .seventh when Held weakened. Alter Blolts gol aboard on an error, Jiush doubled and Stovall Irlplcd lo put- them across the plate. The scoring ended liieie. The- game was marred by considerable argument among ino pluy- ers with Biuldour, Urlckey tils', baseman, In the role of chief debater. Baddour "quit." at one aUjje of the game, objecting strenuously to decisions ol Ihe umpires. He was finally coaxed back and the gtiirie proceeded. l$ox Score Blythevillc AB. n. 11. Mi'lnle is •! 1 2 Sadler ct 0 2 2 Whltwurth Ib 5 3 a Thrasher rf 5 i j youiif c ..: 5 i. 4 Hay 2t> 5 u i Tucker 3b 5 2 1 Wilght If 4 2 2 Held p 5 'I 2 Totals 14 2 Brlckcy Pollurd It . Ouyncr if Hifkmiin c! liaddour Ib StotUs «s I3usli 3u Epps c Siovall ai> l/>vc p Hanson AB. R. II. -1 4 3 3 4 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 U 0 Totals 31 3 .1 Brlckcy 000 091 200—3 Ulytl-.cville 240 107 OOx—14 Summary—Errors, Blyihevillc 2, Brlckcy 2; two l>:i<3 lilts— Sadler 2. Whilworlli, Thrasher, Reid 2; three base hits—Wlittivorth 2. Wright 2, Stovall; struck ont-by LOVD 7, by Reid 10; bases on balls— oir Love 2, off Held 5. ' Tennis Stars to Play in St. Louis Tourney ST. LOUTS. Missouri, lUt 1 ) — A group of America's best amateur r.ct stars liavi. 1 signified, their in- ] tcntion of piuliclpatlng in thci golden Jubilee national clay courts I ji JARK.V COURIER NEWS Hubert, Brown Rookie Scls Dpwn Champs; Scibold Hurls Well, Close Games A rookie hurter, pitching his first blc loasne game, turned ba:-k the Philadelphia Alhletlcs, woild.-,- clmtnjnons and American league pact' si-tl.'-rs at St. Lonl.<, yesterday. As a result the Nalh, who won, were only tlirc-L- ami a hail f;;imt'S behind the -Macks. In tilt N.iliuial league the Cardj were stopped cold by Socks Hel- boid while the Giants won u hard fought 11 innliuj game to climb slightly noaix-r the llccl Birds. Wully Hebwt, 19 year old .southpaw luukic, guvc Ihe Athletics but wen hils and the Brown wun B to a. Kube "Walters was on the JuMiJK mil of the g.iJiu-. Runis nnd CiosUn hit t;o:r.o runs for St. Lculs. Tile Senators pounded ihe ball hard and timely lo get 15 blows mid down (he Cleveland Indiuns for a 12 to 3 triumph. Morgan, iVvenil mid Harris hit liOme runs. The Nats star shortstop, tjronin, was hit by a pitched ball in tlv third inning nnd wil be out uf the game for several days. Sucks Si'ibold und Sy Jolimuii hooked up In u twirling duel tit St. Louis. Stlliold held the timely hilling Cards to but four hits with Collins fitting three of them. The Braves bunched hils for iwu runs in the third und added luiolhcr in the ninth. Tl:e Cincinnati Iteds conlmcd liieir fight lo gel near llio top of ll'a cellar by dclcaling Brooklyn !i lo 1 ut Cincinnati. The Kefls have won right of tlielr last nine liames. • 'Ihe game yeslerday went 11 innings before lhe Red:: ni- iMniJli 2 to 1. JoluuiU), went liie Houte for the lieds, while Qulnn, ivlio relieved Vance, was credited ullii the lo;a, 'file A'tw Vmk Giants downed the Piltsljiugh I'iratei 8 to G In 11 lnes. burly, ulio relived Hubbell was (he winning pitcher. 'Jus Gianls counted three in the 11th and the Uuci, one. Homers by Chuck Klein and Don Hurst tailed lo produce out livo rmis and the Chicago Cubs Utat the Phillies, 4 lo 2. The Bruins hit ihrci! pl'.encrs tor nine bundled Ijlts. IJolj Smith vns tte winning Inirler. July tennis championships hero 29—Juno •!. bryant Grant, Atlanta, will defend his singles lille against, such stars as Clilt'uul Sutler, Gregory ngln, Bfrkfley J3t>U, George Jennings, national parks champion, and Wllnicr Hincs, nationul Junior champion. Caterpillars To Play Indians At , Osccola Stintlay OSCKOLA, Ark.—The Osceola Indians, local scmt-profi'sslonal teM:- bsll team, will play Jone.ibM-o in this city Sunday, Jiine Hlh. This will be the Hist mcetins of l!ie«e two teams this .vjaaon. and .shouJ'.l inxive very Interesting inasmuch as Joncsboro boa-sts a stroin club and Is a contender for I lie Independent championship of Hie Ti-i- Ktiilcs, nnd ininiiestloiinlily will give l!ie local b:>ys some lurujh oppa I i- tion, which will give Hie fans an aiterncon full of entertainment. Jonesboro is the proud possessor of n fast ball pitcher by ihe name of Spencer, who Is reported lo h.iv.- struck out all the way from ten to fiflci-n men in every game he ins pitched tlils season. Osceola will have its regulr.r team alicjd with either Crcson or Beaton on ihe mound. Game will \K played in India:: park and will start promptly at 3:30 P. in. IOLA. Wisconsin, (UP) — Jim Sharp curved his Initials on t!io shell ol a mud turtle ons cay back in IMG. Today the.' lunlu may still be seen frequenting Us old haunts about the lola millpond. Southern Leajuc W. L. J'ct ninnlnglmm 40 20 .007 Ciiatlancosa 31 20 .511 29 28 .509 KL 'f.' Oj-!e.m'; 20 23 .500 .Memphis :... 27 30 .174 Ulllc Rock 20 20 .473 MulJlle 24 34 .414 .\'8shv!I!e 23 33 .411 National U'aguc W. I,. Pet. £1. Louis 30 15 .007 New York 27 19 .587 Chicago 27 13 .51)7 }!o£Um 24 2.'i .&11 Brooklyn 22 27 Piu.,lniruh 21 2G .441 Philadelphia 20 20 .435 American League W. Cincinnati . ! PhiiartEiphin I Washington Xusv York Cleveland . El. I.ouis . Chicago .... Be: ton .... Detroit FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1931 Don Burton Will Fight Eddie Terry Here Tuesday Don Burton, local lightweight who i In a four rounder No'an Lam- has been stepping alctiB consistent- Ijert, who sillies plenty ot irtoves y. winning over the llgluivclgms r but apparently with mile ttcain lu Memphis and vicinity, will move kill lake on Spot Kekl b"=elnlii up into fast company when In I hurier, who will be making his i>'» Ites a wide slaiicc hinder the crawls into Ihe ring with ^^ Terry, St. Louis boy, Tuesday nigh! at tlie Armory. Terry is reported lo be ihe test boy slated to show here so Jar ink year and Burton can hardly IK classed as anything more than Ihe under-dOR in a bailie with the Missour! Jiglitic. They ore slated for eight rounds. In Ihe seml-wlndtip. Tommy Seaton, popular Luxora ligntwelgbl, ! will make his lliird appearance in , s j a local rim- this teason as an opponent o( young Irish Cobb of Nev. . Madrid, Mo, Seaton defeated Bate I O'Uricu, Cobb's fellow townsman, i last Tuesday at ihe Armory ami I Cobb promptly nsked for the chance to uphold the honor of clear old New Madrid. He was promptly accepted; but In the ring. Lambert, who rates about, a lightweight cr welter, is rather lighl for Heid, it appi-ars, but, 1'romoier Jos Craig says the boys recently had a little difficulty and want to sellle it within ihe ring. tdciie Terry claims (o have won. lost and fou-ht a draw \vllii the better known Lou Tcuy. He aiso claims a victory over S;>nicc GIUU'S. Ihe Arkansas champ, und We?l:-y Senn, another Arkansas toy. Terry has 50 ring liaitics behind him anil snould prove a tough problem tor Durton. The local buy iron a kayo victory over Hilly Hy«i i n ins i a - ; '. start here and then teat Eddie Stewart fit Memphis. The rest of tlu> card !:as not been completed. Pivoting is difficult if Ihe feet are spread far apart. The player will) ihe wide si.inrc usually Isns a tendency to svvny. If one sways instead of pivoting naturally, it is impossible to get tha body into the shot for l!io3o extra yards. Often the re-suit Is a stroke across the ball, ending in a slice. It is easier to pivot by keeping tin.- feet closer together. The 'distance between Bobby Jones' feel | sometimes is only 10 inches. His . body uirns and any sway is c;:eck.'U. DU£ SfcRf SfCCM BUILD OFTCN HIS \1EELS ARE CH-V IOIKHES APART ©HEU Tlie narrow stance also brings the [player closer to the bnl! with the result that the swing is rounder. Free turnmi; of the hips, which is possible wish the narrow stance, enables the player to impart considerable acceleration to the club- head by the body turn alone, Four Horsemen Go Movie in Rockne Film EAST LA USING, Michigan, (UP) — Notre Dame's famed iooiMll quartst—the Tour Hors:~ j men- -will reunite at Hoilywccd, 1 Calif., in July to appear in Ii motion picture which will be dedi- catee! to life laic Kimte Roeknc. The -Horsemen" _ Don Miller, Elmer I.Hyden, James Crowloy and Harry Sthuhltireher—»ill lie' cab: as principals in u fcot'rai! sequence of a campus romance pic- lure, Recording lo Crowley, .Michigan Slate football coach. • Ika proj.'cicti j)iciurc has ucun tentatively titled "Ilie Spirit uf Hotrs Damt." It will bo rele«sc:i during (he coming football season. Barons Beat Chickes and Second Place Lookouts Win; Pcbs Lose, The Birmingham Barons beat the Memphis Chicks at Birmingham, the Lcckouls won from the Pell- cans , the Crackers downed the Travelers ar.d _the Vols defeated the Marines. To'.ichstone bess;d Harry Kelly in a pitching battle with cadi huritr ;;iviiis up t?n hits apiece. Tlie Barons scored all their runs In thc'flis! tour innings while the Chicks made a futile rally in the ninth. , A four run rally in the ninth'' ining Gave the Atlanta Crackers a 1 ! 8 to 7 triumph over tlie Liltle* Rock Trawlers. Th? Pebbles ga'.-c ' Bcrnnb'. 1 ar.d Jvjiigcnt terribt? sup-.i poit. making eigh'. bobbles. SlrohmJ of the P.?bs hit a home run. The Nashville Vois downed Ihe Mcible Marines 5 to 3. Zumbro al- loweil Ihe Marines eight scattered hits. Davis' homer with two out in tl - .-' ninili sent Ihe Vols across In front. The Lookouts beat .the PellcrJ 'J to 2, A hit by pitcher Ho!hav_ tr in the ninth with the tasestull broke up the ball bamc in favor ef tlie Lookouts. | About 03 i»r cent o'. Australia's moa- (hail G.SOO.O'OO inliab:;anti dc-iirs to go nshir,; seinccl the p-ol of Charles Murray, at Kent anJ stole 10,000 goldfish, valued 52,500. a! GAMES TODAY Southern League Memphis at Birmingham. Little Rock al Atlanta. New Orleans at Chattanooga. Mobile at Nashville. < American League Chicago ct New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Boston. Cleveland at Washington. National League Boston at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Neiv York at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia al Chicago. We were the lucky buyers of the Docistm Bankrupt Stock of Fine Furniture. We this stock CHEAP and we are gom£ to sell it CHEAP. Every piece must be s«Sc! at some price in 10 DAYS starting SATURDAY, JUNE 13th. First Come, First Served, Nothina Set Back, Nothing Charged, Nothing Exchanged, Don't Wait and Let Somebody Else Get the Bargains. 10 llll'h Osciiating Fan $6.95 •^••MVHWHBK 3 1'lctc Overstuffed Living Room Suite $49.75 These suits sold for Si13. 32 I'ii'tc Set of leautiful SI.9! IJoil Swing ridge Lamps Shmle and St;inti CompleU- :s 1'icoc Bed Room Suite !Jc<i, Vanity Dresser and Chest. Walnut and Kn- ameled. •15 Pound Solid Cotton Mattress Table Lamp '$1.95 Card Table Cliiffrobe Solid 0;ik Iron Beds Any Color 5 Kitchen Your (.'liisii-o S J. "^ ^' Any ;.'oliir t'=o ;irc New s&estc L'sixi Oil Stoves 1 Stand Tables Used Oil Stove Ovens .Fair Condition S 1'iecu « Dining Room Suite $33.75 Wiilnnl Kinish Wonder Range (> Kyc Oist Kungcs with Thermometer on Dour 'S14.SS You Can't Afford tu .Miss This Used Dresser New Dresser torch Swings Trays Breakfast Room Set Suit Cases I'orfablc Taiky Machines Now IT CANT LAST LONG-IT WON'T LAST LONG-COME IN TOMORROW, SURE! ONSALE n^nno^imT i^t?i^mT¥^ Tomorrow OIV SALE a Tomorrow INTHEOLD LOCATION ACROSS FROM BORUM'S DRUG STORE ivSfiaa^vs

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