The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 4, 1932
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JLYTOEVILLE, »' BEHISWEtS; IVE Senators Win T h i r d Straight; Cards Cop , Behind, Shutout Pitching :Wlth the veteran Sam Rice In a '•Inch hilling hero role the Washington Senators took their third straight game from the New York Yankees and set baseball circles Mining with their prosjiecls for ]je»tlh(f out the champion Athletics •nd the heavy hitting Yankees In the American league- race. In the National league the wldeV K > -heralded rookie, Jerome ."Diiiv" Dean- won -his flrst game for th* world champion Cards by blanking the Cincinnati Reds, .It, was a resounding double into d«r righ.1 with, the bases loaded that Sun Rice d?llvertd and won jpi.tntl for the Nats by scoring tho tying and winning runs. The score »ras.5 to 4. The. Yanks used three nurlers and so did the Nals with Crowder receiving credit for (he triumph and Rhodes for the loss. Bl£ George Earnshav limited the Boston R*d .Sox to four hits and the : Macks von about as they please, 6 to 1. A 'three run flurry jri the ninth added to their score. Al Simmon; hit a home run wit!) UTO aboard. Bnwnt Chetk Indians The St. Louis Browns beat tho Cleveland. .Indians after the Indians had run no a winning streak 01 'nine games. The score was 11 to t . Klmsey was the winning pltchtr. . Dean , breezed his fast ball by the Cincinnati Reds ami the Cards' won going away, 9 to 0. Sean gave up eight hits but they were . scattered. Pepoer of the Cards got a triple,' tha longest hit of the -game. The Brooklyn Dodgers scored tight. runs In a rousing ninth' Inning - rally to best put the' < Ne» tork Giants • aV New " York. ' The anrc was II 1 lo 1. .The Giants MBk Into, last .place as. a result of the kiss. Johnny Frederick who made; "Bye hits during the game started .the 'flinth inning barrage with i' homer '.'with one on! OH and Kopnwfca hit homers for New York. The Boston Braves defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 9 to 4 at Philadelphia. Zachery, veteran Brare, hurler, 'relieved SelboW to recelTB credit for the triumph. IM hit. for four bases. ' ' ' '' TJ» Chltifb Cubs defeated the Pirates, 8 to 6. .A nve run rally hi the seyenth gaw the Cubs the Mcntary ' tmirgin: Bob Smth gave the.'Pirates =13 : blows but scattered the affects: -.Hack;, and Barbea pounded .out 1 , home runs.- Both teams- hit fairly hard. The .latest vocal .• eruption . or JpsM^Paul ciickoschay, alias Jafk SJU(rkey,.li among his'beat. Josef Paul /says he would' be glnd to •fithJt M^x .schniellng. '.even in an tmtity.v sUdilim The. people who palf ',»7«,»5 to witness the lost meqtiwr lKl««n those two probably wish that Josef Paul's pleas- nre.-in"that'respect could be realized. COURIER NEWS Vtr. FIMB Connie Mart look his Athletics BRUSHING UP SPORTS Walker Flattened, But Wins TODAY'S GAMES Southern ''Atlanta' at Memphli: •} -•«Chattanooga at Birmingham. •Knoxvllle at Little Rock. Nashville at New Orleans. "i Amrrican Lttfvt • ' St. Lotus at Cleveland. ; v "Detroit at Chicago. ; ' Philadelphia at Boston. New York at Washington. ' Team Headed by Bt>l> Merhle to Meet Locals At Haley Field. The Bljtiieville Cardinals have scheduled the . unbeaten Caruthers- vllle l.lons (or Sunday's gaine at Haley Field. < . Bob Merhle, former diamond and gridiron' tar at the Uolversi'^' of Missouri, heads the Lions. Mcrhle plays second base, the 1 same position at which he madi baseball history at Missouri. The* Lions deleated the government fleet at • CaruthersvlUe last Sunday 5-1. They., will .try. hai keep their slate icieari'. ; this S The game is. to be the first-"oT a' tu-o -came, series, with the. Linns. The following Siirfday '.' the . Ca- rulhersviUe government fleet nine pays the. Cards a visit. Then there will be an oiwn date the next Sunday for the locftL\ 'followed by a return : game (hen the next Sunday with the Lions. . ' • ' Monk -Wright, strikeout artist; will hurl, for the Cardinals, and George Johns, •veteran backstop, will be his battery mate. The Cardinals s played • • ari excellent game against Oseeola, :. and • are forking out . daily ; expecting toi Improyo • y*ith: every . .encounter, . I Harhion, Taylor, field captain- of the Cards; artnounced. yesterday that all .members .of the.- squ^d are. expected .to .-report -for • practlct every : afkrnoon - ; as'.'soqn its possible after.. 4 ; o'clock in. order' to Have all th,e.. tlnie. posslNc': to get ijito shape. ' ' ' ' ':. ' • , Team Sunday Tha Holbert : . P^d Sox defeated the'at Holbert Park, : nepr ; .'Hqltand, Mo.. In a close game. .TH^'score .was 5 to Michle hurled i lor-.Holbert with Tolbeijt as. his .ba'H«ry.:ni4te. Buli- 6er pilghfd for MarU)&r?'JU}d' -P. Crow :ca'ikghl for 'the' Mfi>n«'nlne, licliie struck ,ont .UyS^h ;-«nd, ullner fjniwd' flve ; , 'rIS;-' : ' •' Hollwrt-ptays Wardtll at. Wft'ri- !, Mo.,' nhtt' Sunday.vV- ^ : •; "~*T=>i. . The erowa went .wild .in the first rpiind .of ihe LcytekyvWaUcer battle in the Chicago stadium when the husky KinrSsh. -flashed bv«r ; . »> rounU-ho^se..-right -that'. put Mickey .-on-the. canvas, .as' shown above.. But the j eastern heavyweight staggered up, .weathered :the gale'and went'on to'wln-'tlic decision. •Lcvihsky' is-shown-racing • .'• • . • • to a neutral "corner.^ • :: : :''..' l ' bell, was dissatisfied .at St. Louis.|of'the'ble'achers you can pick-up He did not try to keep that fan; the information "that lisas is the officials looked upon the as a ' "dlsgrunt!«i ball into the clubhouse the other day. locked thi doors and poured a few 1 , gentle remonstrances into their ears. What Mack said Is not recorded, for in all the 30 years that Mack has been delivering such lectures, '.nothing of what he iooke has teen made public. But «ftw the talk, several of the players, .fncluding Bing Miller and Al . Simjnons, went out on the diamond for a workout, even though It was raining at the time. a secret, either. • St. Louis club re till cad player." And -for several years Bill Killefer has been sweet on Bump Hadley as a pitcher, . though Hadley inevitably dlstijipointcd Washijig- ton. where a great deal was expected of him. Many baseball writers already tare heralded th* collapse of the AthteUes, based upon the performance of tbs team during the flrst tew weeks of play: It Is still loo early to say. The A'g can be- comt uncollapsed very quickly wh«n Al Simmons - starts nlttin*. which h* usually does about May greatest center fielder since TrU Speaker. • • Saving Ball Garnet A great many ball games' are saved In center field. Mule Hna; saved two this year from thi Ynnkecs. A couple of long drive: of Unth's to the remotest reach in center Held,.would have broken up the games in which they were The SOT InrMd . Now the White Sox Infield com-• mnde if Haas h«d not been there pnres favorably with any in tlie league, with Lu Blue nt first, nrtroit n-<«at« T»v Cnl Johnny Hodapp or Luke Appling DETROIT. CUP)—For Hie secon^ at second, Kress or Appllng nt consccullvc year, Detroit's Com short and Carey Belpli nt third. nlon ' Council is contcnipUtirnj Appling has shown great Improvement. It Is the belief of Lew Pon- scca that he will become one of Ihe best Infielders in the Icngue. * • • ' Stfds Can Go The speed of Bob Seeds will add much to the While Sox outfield. Just to make a brash prediction, the? will be ranking SeJds very soon with such outfielders as ^^ule Haas. And they''are ranking Ihe Mule p.elly high. In some parts National Cincinnati at St. Louis. Chicago at. Pittsburgh. Boston at Philadelphia Brooklyn at New York. Bar Bwkons Fount .Evers Johnny . Ev-ns, Jr.,' 21-year-old on of the famous National League bnseball star is captain. of the 932 George town University nine, iut his father -Is more'iihterested n tile -youth's - •prospectlvs luml :areer than hk ehanceiS' in •' major capie-ball. •- '•• • • • -j 10 per cent reduction in th; city' assessed valuation. The preswi valuation, cut 10 per cent las year, is »,358,431,390. Even th voposed second reduction will ardly account for ll« dccreaseii ahie of • real estate members of lie council have pointed out. Uke Hale; . CtoclruuU has taken Chick Ratey, former Cardinal slugger, Into Its arms. In his first appear- •nce he Indicated there was nolh- his at all th« matter with his eyes, when h> backed un»rrln»ly up th" rtope Jn the, Beds' left-field for a hwt driTi. And has he been hit- Vagi ' •' "••' ' GEM THEATRE St. LMfc S*RT It mifht «em f»r-!et«h«<l to say tt«t when {he Cardinals traded BaJey to the Reds they put some Mirer tato the pocket or Phil Ball Oner of the Browns. But that is aaeOj the ewe. A lute croup of at. Lnk faai, In protest at the tanttMt Rite; received, deserted ,tkf Canto sod now imnbard their to watch the Browns. ' Tuesday, Thursday and Matinee— 2:30 - Night— 7:00 Arini. — Matinee and Night — 10 and 25c See 'A House Divided' with Walter Huston Kent Douglass and Gekeb Chandler News and Comedy— "Model. and Wives" with George Sid ney and Charles Murrav. RITZ THEATER Last Time Today Matinee—2:30 - Night—7:00 Adin.—Matinee—10 and 25c Night—10 and-.85c —See— ' '•' • ' The World and the Flesh' with', .' George Bancroft and Miriam Hopkins Paramount Ne\yv» Comedy—"Crazy Town". Song Cartoon— "Red-headed Baby". l RITZ THEATER Sunday, May 8 1—Day Only—1 —Two Performances— Matinee and Night AMERICA'S GREATEST ALL-GIRL BAND " ..:—In Person— "DOC" SHELTON'S "TEXAS RANGERETTES' (All Nine of Them) Presenting a Program-f of Popular Musi c; .Novelties, Songs and DantSes. ' ; '_ All Girls Are Master Music Makers. On the Screen — "LETT\ LYNTON" with Joan Crawford and.Robert Montgomery Adm.—Matlnco and Night— 10 ud.40c Thursday and Friday Adm.—Matinee—10 and 25c Night—10 and 35c .with Douglass Fairbanks Jr.. and Joan Blonde!! , ; Masquers Comedy — "\Vid Open Spaces", ami Cartoon— Cham la*-" According to' Louis E! ^ r the tJnitea-'St«tfc'' <rf on',- the : majority . <rf ' th* -players ho will^replace. our current crop t hieh-gpsil polo .stars wUT;come orrt' 'Arlzflna,-;T«as/an(l 'XSiffifor.-' la. where' t)» -game l» rapidly rowing .irr polarity. • •' ' "V- ' WEDNESDAY, -MAY . 4, 1932 Florida Star ShoWs Form This striking nciion snupshot ' of J. c. Hall of 'me. university of ida as he; Just cleared the bar at the University of Pennsylvania ic lays in Pliiladelphia to win the hi»li jump in the decathlon shows how good form determines success. He leaped 5 feet, 9 7-8 inches. Standings So»lhmi I«atoe '•: . w.' L: pet. Memphis 14 5 .737 Chattanooga 14 7 .667 Blmilngha.m 12 8..600 New Orleans 10 n .476 Krioxville' ..'. 012..420 Atlanta 9J2'. .42Q Little Rock 7 13 350 Nashville:..;.; 512 American Leant '•'':'. ''.',' W. L.' Abashing ton <-'.'.:.• 14 4 Cleveland. .-.• 13 i Detroit' '' St.iUouls ........... "... Philadelphia , . ...... Boston H 10 c 8 11 6 10 . 5 13 . 3 13 ..294 Pet. .78J .650 .647 .025 .421 .375 .218 .187 National Leacne • , ' W. L.' Boston ; ... : .:....'. 'll 4 Chicago .-. 12 5 Philadelphia g' g CSncinnali g 16 St. touts g'10' Brooklyn '.:..;.»••.'.~.'-• S' 9 Pittsburgh •...; ;. 7: n Kew' l :York < .'....- •.-. -5 10 Pet, .133 .106 .529 .474 ,-«•» .389 .333 MEfi UK League Leaders Defeat Crackers; Smokies Take Cellarites For Ride. The league leading Oiicks hit lo boat Ihe Crackers of Atlanta In a Southern league game at Memphis Tuesday. The last placs Travelers look anolher wallop on their collective chin with Ihe Smokies imnisliinr; Ihe punch. The Chick's marpin of victory was 10 to 7. Memphis had a big inning in the sixth when four nuts were .scored. Hutelie.son. slumping Memphis outfielder, hit for Ihe circuit. The Crax made 12 hits and Hie Clucks 13. Heck was the winning pitcher. The Knoxvllle Smokies defeated the Llttb Rock Travelers nt Liule Rock. The score was 8 to 1. Tho Travelers came within one run of tying the score wltlv a two ru:: rally in the ninth. Carter wns I winning pilcher. The Chattanooga Lookouts defeated the Birmingham Barons 4 to 1 at Birmingham. u>on Peitlt held the Barons to six lilts while the Lookouts got 10. Bolion hit tor the .circuit. The Hew Orleans Pelicans won over .the Nashville Vols at New Orleans. The score was 5 to 4.. The Vols scored three runs in the ninth inning. Perrin w;3nt the route for the Pels.. STAPS pldq it o Notice Tffe- RESTRICTED .Compactness in iron p; vised by' all leading players ol gait. Poplar Corners Wins From CardweU Giger* MANILA. Ark.—Poplar Corner is playing tome nice ball games this season. Defeating the Cardwell Gigers 3 to 2 in a fast nine inning gam* Sunday. Everybody is invited to attend our gameSj Poplar corner has won five straight games never being defeated this season. i Poplar corner plays Cardwcll May 8th at CardweU Park. ,- Compactness is the resiricting of the pivot. Too much pivol can cause the body to get ahead of the arms in the 'downswing. The result of Uie club cuts across the line of night. Tommy Armour, one of Die b?st of the iron players, puts practical- * ly no body into his swing. He re^ stricts his pivot by moving his feet closer together than for the drive. Other stars pivot so little that he left heel does hot leave the ground. This can be observed in the swing of Sarazen. .. ". . . and the Courier News delivers your 'store news' to 4,000 HOMES like these". It k i» these ho»es that <he vast majority of Blytheville's "bnyiiig (HsdntB*" are made, whether the purchase be : 6ne 4«fct(y «»*»' n '"8 every member of the family or an lndiTl*ttl fOTchaa* by an individual member of that fa'ntljr; ' ' Y« M * aMrcIuwt should therefore, be sure that yoar ,^rt«?e p«ws^ te beinc placed in the hands of ALL of these jwtettial Nyers BEFORE these family "buying decision" '. hare-been reached ... To do so economically CONCENTRATE YOUR ADVERTISING IN THE DAILY COURIER NEWS

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