The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1932
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PitcKers Stand Out in Wins of Dodgers, Indians, Cubs, Giants, Reds. The Washington Senators finally jot U>"Alhletlc pitching Monday and walloped Die Amrrlcnn lea champions. In Hie NalioiiallM Iho Chicago Cubs took Ihoir second straight game from tlic St. LouLs Cards, and are lending the league. The. Senators blasted out 15 lills Including homers bv Mannsh, West auJ Judge ,»'hilc Fttxx hit for (lie circuit to- the A's. The Senators scored six runs . In one Inning. Cro»'d*r relieved Flscto 1 to receive credit for'the victory. We.s Ferroll lasted Vie _FrasIer In a 1 !mrlthB duel at Chicago and'the Cleveland Indians won over (lie fchicaeo Sox, 2 to 1. The Hose gave Fraslcr miserable support making 'six errors before he was removed from tlie same In the eighth Inning. . The Detroit, /risers trimmed tho St. Louis Browns at Delrolt. Tlic score was 44 to 1. The Tigers made 16 Jiil.s Inc'luiiln? n lionicr by Oel)- riftgcr. Wyall went the- route for Detroit. The champion Cardinals could touch Cliarllo Root for but four hits and the Chicago Cubs won, 3 to 1. Barton contributed a homo run to the activities. Uhom was :fhe losing pitcher. Babe Phclps s>et the Phillies down with six hit* and the Brooklyn Dodgers won, 8 to 0. Max Carey's boys jumped on Grnljowsky for .'five mils in the fourth inning. •Wright hit a homer with Wilson on base. ,'A 1 rookie'named Belt's with the nickname "Huck" lield the Giants ^hilc his mates, the Boston Brav;s. won n, 7 to 1 decision. Worlliuiglon arid Sclnitmerich hit homers lind Art Shires drove In Ihrec runs. Gln- ton was the losing pitcher.' Pittsburgh and Cincinnati tied ii|> in •»' pitching duel with Ray Kolp 6t the Reds finally winning the honors by n 5 to 0 nvnrgln. brace and French uljotved the Reds five hits and Kolp yave the Bucs five. Snappy- fielding helped Koln and Babe.'Herman's homer was in Ihe right. spot. LLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS •Thanks to !5en Eastman/ Mr. Ed Genung of Seattle na longer Is. without argument, the tot half- mlter seen on the Pnclllc Const. And it I were your Uncle Sain, I'd make sure the boys lo/t th; issue open until Uic finals of (he Olympic 800 meters run ot, Los Angeles- tills summer. And lastly, to avoid Snlor- national protest, I'd warn Dr. 1'clt- 7cr and Dan?, of Germany, I.arvn. of Finland. Barsl of Hungary. Tavcr- nnrl of Italy and a few more to stay out of the way. lost they l>e completely nm over. Until FXslnian came In with world record time for the 800 the other day, Grilling, a University , of Washington star for three years, held fast to the "coast title," more or less rightfully. Now western fans arc promised a loi'nl (,'i'iKlgi* l.'Jtlln, one that may result In still newer and fniter world record's. Heretofore, Uncie Sam hns Iwjn cMHciil to enlist sprinters and flcW event men from tlie coast region. Hut oil the l>;isls of pasl pMorm- anccs, Kustmiui and Ocming 1110 likely to be one-two In this 800 m;- lers rallng, a dlsiance at which sprinting ami dlslancc runntiiB ovirlnp. Oenung knows Internallonnl competition. He tasted It.In Hie Jirll- i.«h Empire-United Stairs B.IIIIIS or 1930. Rininiir; the anchor luj In n medley mile team -nice, tlie Beattie hoy left his nrllLsh opponent lalf a lap behind without oxrrtlni; himself. Since his ropliomorc year at Washington In 1029. Gemms consistently lias broken 1:55 In trie ia]f. He was national coJJcglnte elmmplcn (hat year. He won All- America ranking and the national lalf-mlle tlllc In the 10M A. A. U. outdoor guinea, and rclnlncd IxMi 'loners lust year, ills tot time in R1TZ THEATER Tue«day and Wednesday JIatince—2:30 - Nip/tit—7:00 Adm.—Mntiiice—10 ami 25c Nijrhl—10 nml ;!f>r. Standing! VV. Chattanooga 7 Memphis S Birmingham 4 New Orleans .' 3 Atlanta 3 Nashville. 2 Little Rock 2 Knoxville ...:.7:.. 1 National Lr.ieue W. Chicago 4 Willadelphla 3 Boston :... 3 Brooklyn 3 -Cincuinatl 4 Pittsburgh '....".. 3 St. Louis 2 New York 1 American I^raca W. Washington 4 Dctioit 4 New York 2 . Philadelphia S Chicago 4 Cleveland —: 3 St. Louis ; 2 Boston 0 L. Pel p 1.000 1 .1H 2 .GG7 .429 .42!) .286 G .143 L. Pet. 3 .GG1 2 .600 .GOO .GOO .571 .429 .333 .200 L Pet. •> .067 .607 .G61 .1100 .511 .500 .286 .000 TODAY'S GAMES Snathtm Leagur Memphis at Nashville. Little Rock at Chattanooga. Atlanta at Birmingham. Knoxvillo at New Orleans. NtUonal Ltafrae Philadelphia at Brooklyn Boston »( New York. <Only games scheduledK American Lrajruc St. Louis at Delrolt. : New York at Boston (two Barnes) Washington at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Chicago. And Nora Grcgnr, Heather Thatcher, Miles Aster arid Kdward Everett Hnrlon Hie Flesh Is Weak ncruu Also News ami Comedv Chattanooga Wins Seventh Straight; Barons and Pelicans in Triumphs.. The Chatlnnosga Lookouts, sim riding on the crest of a victory «'ave, defeated tire Little Rock Travelers.yesterday arm. continued lo lend the-Southern League. ' The Lookouts walked. over the Itbl;les by a 9 lo 2 score, Ad Liska held the Pens In ctieek'while.Price tmd Kim- foikd to hinder the Lookouts. Usku contributed to his"own «ame with a homer. ••. . Tlic Memphis Clilcks trimmed'the N;u5hvllle VoL'i by a score.of 4 to i WalU-r Ht'ck hurled well for U'-e Cliickii and Hutclieson hll u. hoiifi- er that put Ihe Chicks well out ,ln front. 'llic Hlrmlii[;ham Baroav champions, defeated the Atlanta Crack- era In a clow game,, opening a se- rk's ut,...Jlii-mlni!ham'.' Tlic "Barons won 4'ui 3, with three runs.iji (lie sixth Inning giving'them the jump! llabty'.was the winning and Hearn tlie losing pitcher. . The Nou' Orleans Pelicans won over Ihe Knoxvllle. amofcic.s sritli 1V«1 Johnson hurling gocxl ball for I Hew Orleans. Llud hit. a' homer ciinniplonshlp co;ii|ieiitio!i v'.is U»d " doubl; [or New Orleans inado at Lincoln, Neti., last July ^ when he won the national half- llaldcd by A S rnts ' ' mile championship in 1:52,0. He PITTOCK. Pa. cUP;-Prohibl'- will represent tlie Washington Ath- tlon iigent.s-, raiding an alleged cue club in the final Olympic speakeasy located over n Sunday trials at Stanford University room here, reported finding ""-•"''y- - in Ifi-foot, tar, GOO gallons of home brew ami two {.'aliens • of mo^n- Read Courlci- News Want Ads |sh!ne. One h,an ivns arrested.-" This. Is an open letter to'-Din Itovi'ley, ex-manager of tlte ftrand Rnplds, Toronto, SI. Ixmls American LcagiKj and oilier uall clubs, and now the pilot of whal Is beginning to loolt more and more UVs . Dan UowVy a baseball club In Cincinnati. It Is somewhat in the nature offan apology, addressed (o a game "guy who never gives up. Here it-Is: : Dear Dan: When I saw you down at Tampa in the srii-lng, tlw Reds didn't exactly- a)i|>ear to to the Icam the Cardinals would have lo b««t to »in » jwmUnt tsls y«r. To be ctndld, your club «wmed to "* to be the one ajciirance that on« of the Steven other clubs ' ' wouldn't flnlsh at' the /tail end of the National Lwgue procession. < u a ¥•• DIdA'i F*c4 WJitn you said yoii uvuiM (radc tnybody for anythhif, ev«n an old Pocket knife,.I'm afraid I didn't take you seriously enough. I didn't see what, the Reds Had to trade I wrote (hat your club not only had no players to trad* but that It had no cash with which to buy. <*<•», pan, i was wronger than the snake-eyes on dice. For H seems you not only had players to trade but had scratch with which to do business, too. In a month you charged the Reds from a drab and 'lopcH'Fs tail-end u>am to a colorful contender. ~l*y'n Ukt (be Babe : - ; " •' When you traded Siripp. ; Cu'c- elncllo' and Sukeforth for Herman Lombardl and Gilbert, a lot of the boys expressed the opinion that you had given Brooklyn fire very,power lliey needed for a peiirmni winner out that rtmalns to be seen: Herman will bat in plenty of runs, and say, he's not as bad an outfielder as he's painted, at that. Anyway, with Herman j-ou have somebody those Cincinnati fans will pay to see. • . Now you hare taken Hafey nway from the Cardinals, some of the St. Louis baseball writers commented that the St.. Louis Jans were not sorry to lose Chick because- Hafey was a chronic con- jclcntlous objector to salary offers and they had no faitii In him In a pincli. In four world series it was polnad out, Hafey played in 21 gam« and hit only .205. Be that as it may, r> Jn , wrwn the Cards let Hafey go to Cincinnati. I think they gave you the very man who' will beat them out of a pennant this year. The Cardinals non (lie pennant last year, you might say, by beat- (he tro teams, the Reds won only two. I'm nol trying to rub It In. mind you. because It Is pretty generally realized what Wi were up agaiml Isst year. Now ,*lth Hafcy on your side, wllh that batting average of nearly ..350, ('he Cardinals needn't expect mors 'than an even break on games wlth'tV.p. Reds. It will mean a lol when the tolals.are added. He'll hfat St. Ixjuls Harey will hit for you-and he will hit for plenty in games between the Reds nnd Cardinals. Chick is like that. lie will give you the best work or which'"he Is capable, aiid when he's bearing down, lie's touuli Haley beat your c^ib In p| ellly of games last jear, as you jjnon- vcrv well.' • • ' Well, mat's about all there is lo say at this lime, I guess, except that I want to npotojl/u for nuiuln" on you In the .spring. I snouM ; navo known you belter, after what yoii did for the Browns, and for every other team you ever manage:) You win, Dan. Voii fooied me PJ C '|( ;,.. (he marbles. STARS ptaq it Guiding factors in the grooved R*;lng that you sec in llin ex- peris, are Hie left arm and'skle Use o; the straight 'left arm is the only way a grooved swing can be attained. By keeping the left arnv straight In the bactewing. Hie sliuiildcrc turn on an axis praeilcallv down the center of the body. The leit shoulder always follows a definite palh, as does the left hand at the end ot the straight lett - _ . < „-•- ~-j t ~j ln;«al- ulm ul me MralgUl Itlt ami mg Cincinnati. Out of 22 games But suppose the right hand con- trclled (he tyickswlng.' From the moment the club is started back the right arm Is bent nml has unl4 ® chance to travel alomj a definite path. It is working in space and, as the bend in the elbo'.v is increased and diminished, there Is nothing in Ilic right, mm or side to control the swiii". 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In ricry important inlrarro- «nl«r of Turkey, CHESTKRF1EM) own lob*cco buyers. Chesterfield Radio Program fcON.,'. THU lutsiftl. MD. 4 SAT. BOSWEU Alt); RUTH Stsuss GKAV ETTING tMOp.fa.ESt. lOMp.m.tSI. 10p.a.£.5T. SIMKREI'SORCII!S!SA OYBry n^ht b.l Sunday NCUUH BtCltNSHItf. Announcer CO1UMBIA NSTWOtK i l»!l, llMrrr ft Mr«t T o Co. esterfield THEV ' RE M.I I'PER THEY TASTE BjT T E R

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