The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 16, 1932
Page 6
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iE. YARK.V.COURIEH NEWS BRUSHING UP SPORTS UOPIIflB ! Phfllies i Lead National and j ( Senators Top American v In Early Games. The Alhlelics -beat the Yanks «Dd the Cards lost to the Pirates but th* Phillies arc leading thc Nation^ leajue arid the Sonatois the..•American* loop. The Biles trimmed (he Cards ! to' 7 and St; Louis and ths victorv gave thc champs and Pirates an even breik in the first four go IMP series. Tlie Cards got 15 hits and the Hue's 14 blows. Drums wto the winning pitcher. Collins hit * home' run and three doubles to' fit Louis. 1 'Don Hurst lofted one out of th< park with the bases loaoV*! am the" Phillies won their second straight from thc No* York Giant" 'to loo thc National league. Th' score wns 7 to f. Hollev wns t*"- '•jrinning and Hubbel! the losinf iiurler. , The Brooklyn Dodsers beat th Waves 8 to 2. Clark held In Braves well in entcU while HacV Wilson hit his first home run o" in* Eaasori for the Dod«rs. The Chicago Cubs blasted th offerings of a recruit hurler to trln 'th* Cincinnati Beds, 8 to 2. Ste phentoii got threa doubles. War jwcke was the winning hurler. The Macks used four pitcher end fought an uphill battle t finally beat but the Yankees, 9 t t The Yankees sent Uubc Wat bent and Lefty Grove to th showers in th-s seventh innln when they scored ftvc runs but th A's came baclt slron?. To; Cochrane and Oehrie hit homer: The -Washington Senators- tri umpoad in a well played gam <«th the Boston Red Sox, 2 to itoote Weaver held the Sox t Jour hits while Usenbec also toss cd rood bait; for Boiton. Hot Vftshinffton - runs wire scored I the second innlns. The Cleveland Indians coul find~'Kair WhVtchilVs pitching fi but 'three hits Friday and ' Th Tiiws won a close came 3 to Brovn ;was on ths other end th* • pitchintr battle. Thc tylni; ru was scored in the clehlh and 11 *Innin» counter in the ninth. The Witte Sox and the Brown tatUsd. for.,13 inntnps »t Chlca ; before' the Sox finally broke thru for-a^j to 3.victory. Seiph's .line drWe -punch across thn decldi"!! run »t : 'tli»t point. Hadley went the route for Chicago anil Blae' holder for St.. t^uls. Laufer WAY IN DIXIE; MEIERS LOSE Chattanooga Gets Fourlli Straight Win; Veteran; Hurler Wins for Chicks The Chatlanoosn Lookouts chalkf'd up their fourth straight win Friday and continued to show Ihe way to Southern league teams. Tin liarnns fell by the wayside losing to the Pols and HID Chick-i won over the Travelers while flic Vols beat the Crux. Tlie ICfloxvilte Smokies u'cre on the losing end for the fourth time •is the Lookouts won, 9 to 7. Kno.x- ville scored four runs In the ninth hut the rally fell short. Uloxsom Gill and Andrus lilt homers. Elia^t Jatobs. who rivals Ray Caldwoll as a veteran of thc game hurled for Memphis and set thc Travelers down 5 to 1 at I.ittK nock. Hutchison, Memphis oiil- fk'tder, with a homer and triple showed the way to the batters K:irr was thc losing pitcher. The 1'cls scond oiisht nins ii SATURDAY, A['H1L..16. .1032 tamford Star Does It : ' : Again-And How Easy! t . •- The superiority of Ken Eastman, Californii mlild le distance sl.-r, K graphically illusirattd in thh (mutual picture, showir-r the rtbl cf the Held "f "»l sn rails" brliind Hiding [Jtn. Just after Ben hud hrtislfd the (ape, it was innounveil he had set a ucrld record for the half mile in 1:S1.3, which u'.is three-tenths of a second ur/Jer (he old record. Eastman aJso stt ;t new.440-yard rcOi:rd this your in 4G.4, the fifth inning in winning over; atio was the winning pitcher. ' ', fmaliy got to Rleth?n in the last the, Barons 12 to 0. The Pels j The Crackers won over the Vols|i"'« innings qombc:d the offerings of three I 4 (o 3 at Atlanta. The Vols went I liaron pltchsrs for three hit-?. Oli-1 scoreless for icven innings hull Held Co;iri(ii' News Want Ads. On the Outside Looking In Standings bw O«t tond About Firbts-. Hoc»i Htcbtrt »d Bob, Hcr- '' ; ... ;..Between now »nd June 16 thiiws ma7 x beccme 'very much belter or - ve<4 Blif.h worse, but thn Ech- jneUng-ShiTkey fight ought to , driw;$500,»6 anyway. \Vlth »'*15 'top,'-the pi.te. might go even be- jond : that. Not even the most optimistic will venture above'' J600fl». .-. .'••--'•.. '« .. » • One tes&u Leane* -Ravine predicted last year thnt the United States wnuld win bark the Davis Cup and that Cornel! would be- first under the -wire at Pou'hkeepsle, this column has ceased forecasting on tennis and crew events. To* FUfbl -Old horsemen sav Top T\\iY •nill- not win the Derbv becaus fllli« cannot Veep their minf" on the race in the soring of thcl third year of life. The flirts! ,.. : • t « • Gaocior h Free, Too • One '.guess is about as good !> another on the Derby if you leav Top . FSteht out ot the reckon tei?. : But it seems to me thn this lAicky Tom will be the on the. winner will have to_pass. . - .. • • • • • T*. MilT Fiwk New 'York baseball wrilci declare Schumacher of the Clan •will '• be th*" year's pitching s«n . satton. Cleveland writers believ the great discovery of 1932 will turn out to be Oral Hildebrand. " Just as a . rash guess, this column believes that cither the. New York writers or th« Cleveland s, or both, .will be wrong. Washington Chicago Detroit New York Philadelphia levulund Louis cslon . IIKIN1F. METNK COLLINS veteran, pitchers, or.o in Ihe National' Leugiie sintl. one in the mcricari, \vero absent without leave the other .day when their •spect.lve.'teams laced th,. slartcr's nag In the pennant, races. From II indications," Heinle Mcine of' Pittsburgh and Warren (Rip) coins of tlie 'St. Louis Browns will relain their present employment .irougHout.Jhe summer. Meine is conducting .« 'restaurant in uxumburg. suburb ot St. Louis. Collins Is worklns (is u Texas Ranger. Neither showeii lip for spring training behind a blow, •t him use it. •They wouldn't Tard on Ihe Eves Thi. theory of tlie striped bat t GcKlln's was thut it woulrt et Ditchers' Roats. This was rto- i by Tommy Thomas of the Vhite Sox, who declared that Ditchers nlm at a spot, ami dtsrc- *ard the bflt. Thomas, however, xprcsscd the opinion that it would disconcerting to innelders. orh 'as ihe STADS plaq it Wrist action hi the backswti should be very 'gradual until 11 erman ID Form | Babe Herman started the sea- r j n - chc(li f ho clu i> fac3 s i, ou , rt . x\ for ltK> Reds iu pe^tcct maln closc(1 unm tl , D nntutnl u ,i •irm. In the very first panic, he of (hc wr | 5ts takcs thc clllb to t , -lammed cue almost to lli e fence , o( |]le swing n rich! center, and that's a smash , ' ,.., . . ^,,:. : _, „, ,, n the bl? Cincinnati park. How-I Wl h U« wrists in conji ol_ at t posit on, the arms bring thq chib: . !,,„.,* into the proper arm. thc^shaft! Eiuloracd by the Management '•-.i as the Outstancling. Picture ot" the Month and owe of the hiladelphln inchinatl iltsburgh t. Louis Jhicaso ioston Biooklvn York he stumbled over first ba 'oil and was held to a single. **ie Hoy, -Step : The United States has not won -v hop. step and jump event in' he Olympic games since My or, Tinstcin's victory in 19(H. And ; here doesn't seem to be a chance : 'his year, eilhcr with. Mlkio/Otin ; Doming over with the Japanese 'earn. : TODAY'S; GAMES WhUe It is the unalterable be lief • in this comer that Jack is • not coming back at he is the f"? " an '° knock ^arnrra for % loop. ' If Lee Kamage ever gets his bandaon Uaxle Rosenbtoom. the U(ht heavyweight championship of Use world will go west. A, SdUwfer Bat . The camouflaged bat that Goose tried to get away with ; the curved club that Gtr- Many 'Schaefer wanted to use many, years-ago. It was shaped , ttbe a parenthesis mark, and it - wm» Oerkany's Idea that by swing- Southern Leane tittle Rock. «t Memphis. Knosrtllo at Chattanooga. Nashville at Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. American League St. Louis at Delrolt. Cleveland at Chicago. Washington' at Phllad?lphln. New York at Boston. Natimul Le*r»e Chicago at SJ. Ixnite.' Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at, Brooklyn. the be cooTex airtace into. .» into. .: ***<• Radio Set' Sovnded lAe Fire BATTI.E CREEK, Mich. <UP>- AUc SMITH 6Ers-T^E (.erf WELL UMOEP T* .At Trie TOP CF trie- 6JVCKSWIM6-. over tlie right shoulde | toward thc Intended Hue ot fUgut 1( this position is to Iw attained the lett *Tlsl miKt be well unde the shatt at the top of thc swing and unless the wrists are cockr th« clubhead will not remain 1 line with the line ot Intemtc roaring, cracking sound in U)0i livln? room, of his home led A. J.' flight. ... ., , this position, one is abl , Arnold to simimon the fire dep-.rt-l to bring his club inlo the ball fioi nient. By the time arrlv-M n g inside out. rd, however, Arnold had disctured! ' , _ '^ the ronrs. and ,frwri h National League 0 2 R1T7 THFATFP Snnday and Monday Jlatiuce— 2:30 - Night— 7:00 Adm. — Matinee aiu\ Niglil — 10 and 40c 'See The Miracle Man' with Silviu Sidney and Chester Morris Piclnro ta Outstanding Pictures of the Ycav. Al^n News and Cometh- GEM THEATRE Sunday tad Monday Matinee—2:30 - Night—7:00 Adm.—Matinee and Night 10 and 30c See 'A Woman Commands' with Pola Nogri Basil Ratbbonc and Roland Young Also Cartoon and Comedy Omirlor N'cur Want Ads smoker tells another.. CheslorPeld Radio Program .»THUR. TU£S.«Ftl. «ED.*SAT. 80SWEU Aia RUTH SISTEES Gtw ETTING IO:3Dp.n.f.$.t. 10.30p.n.E S.t. SHllKttT'S ORCHKTPA p,»i> t,'^M but Sunday N3WAN BtcrSNSH «. Airovnc«r It's human to pass a good thing on! 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