The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 9, 1936
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PAGE SIX DL.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Paslime's Hope for Play- Off Depends On Joe And Company 11V J. !'. FHIICN'I) Softball eyes 'are focused on Joe'. Aoplebmmi's Famous Store £cflbnl] aggregation. Paced with tile Issue of cither closing llic 193G Commercial Sotl- rmll League or extending It throuqh n play-off, (he Famous Slorltes .liold tile answer in their hands. If they can defeat Tom Little Chevrolet comrmiv tonlirtit in liic first Ktmc D f T u,| u bm ,i lcj ^ m niock the "Chewier" bnck into n tie with I'nslimc nilliiid p-ii- Joi. tilpped last neck bv Ihe defending cluitniiioit 1 ; nccessilnlint: nnolhci soili"; lint ff t |, C j me vinnble In .sucee«fi]l|y clieck Dick- Potter & ro it K nil 0 \ei but Ihf shoulliH; nnd Huts will be \uiiirn In (he nnicnt cnmnnlun c lnr« Tolm Ilolhnd sonel lop )"v| iisht Iniidei ha? iieur been n''le to turn Imi-k a Poller mim- ntrcd ctnb lhoui>li often he Ins P'lcheil wen enouaii [ 0 win oi- dnnrv pnniM the In of nvcmers slioultl fmoi him o n |],<, ol | ln hnud ircnid? lie detinltelj In ftnm of Phcuolet 7 hex nrc out oiiibWne Vimoiis b\ moie Hum sKU points and that Is quite a Uniting ndiant.isjc In fteldmi; they are belter loo and aie Hiov>n as a chileh team. Joe Ponies lieport Snoiimr Amilcbnmn spiked the report that his loam would not l>e bearing down ngiilnsl. Chevrolet In an nttemut l« close the season. Concci-nlnit It he said: You rin definite!; say Ihis for me and im leim They ncici liavc been Riiilly of laying down, nnd as far us I nm concerned, and I believe- I can truthfully sneak foi im ]niim;ei, Ilninld 'Trigger" Wall, and all (In; boy;, Ihev are pr>Iris (o be In (here InHIIng if Chenotel. enlcihins any si:ch_ ideas or notions I Hey ore In for a very lotiRh evening. W-Vro going | 0 shoot (he works to win." If Holland is not available for ilnly, Wni | indicated that he mlsht slnil Cilvin 'Hickrimit Head' Moods, Knurl Ic bill specialist Potlci \\as nlsn undecided about his 'mound choice. lie has Kermit Copelnnd, Huslei Cailir and Vicloi In to chooj-e fimn As far as final standings '• are concerned, Risf Arkansas Builders Supply .nid Phillips Mploi Company, conibnliuils in Hie last game, Imve liltlc lo eain. Dame rumoi Ins it that thoi aie wmii; In shge i bli» slum, something smnilar .to, the recent East Ark- smas-McMullin comedy. Just what they iilan lo rio b~ not been learned, biit plenty of fmr has teen promised. The Soutumi Atlanta Nashville New Orleans Dh mlngham Littlo nork .. Chattanooga Knoxvlllc ... Memphis .,. W. I,. Pet. ....132 5-1 ,GM 85 CO .580 78 09 .531 7(3 09 .521 Tl 75 ,490 03 8-1 .429 02 83 .428 National New York St. Louis .. Chicago ... t'lusburijll . Cincinnati . Boston Brooklyn I'hlludrjlphla American Now York Chicago Detroit Washington Cleveland . Boston "H Louis Philadelphia W. I,. Pel. ...81 52 .003 ...70 57 .571 ...70 50 .503 ...72 03 .533 ...07 CO .501 ...02 71 .400 .1.55 17 ,417 ...44 1)8 .333 ' W, I,. Pel,. DO 40 73 G'l ...72 (!5 12 Ii5 71 (\.\ 70 (ig .|0 B.I 411 sji ,0(12 .5;i:i ,52U ,5'2G .520 .507 ,:n;a .MO Basebiill Res'ulU Naslivlllc 7, Memphis -I. New Orleans II, Atlanta •!, first name. Knoxvllle at lllrmhiKlinni. l.itlle Hock 10, Ciialtanooga 4. • Valloual I.ea(,'iie Open dale. ' ; ; . Chirago 7, Detroit 5, Only game. Today's Games Nashville nt Memphis. Atliinln nl New Orleans. KiHKVllle nl lilrmlnulmm. Chaltanongn nl, Mills nook. National League niilcngo nt Philadelphia (two flames). St., Louis nl Boston. Cinciniinll nt New York. Pitlsbnrnh nt. iirooklyn. American League Washington at Detroit. New York at Cleveland (two gnnu'-s). Unston at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Blylhcvillc Team Loses [lard Fought I'lxlva Inning Tilt, 14-11 ' The Hlylhcvlllo Stoam Ijtundry dixppcd n l-l to II decision to (he Hub Clothiers of Memphis In a fi'ml-.fliidl B»l«0 of the Memphis girls softball (onrncy Inst nl«hl before cine of Ihc largest crowd ever lo attend a girls sort- ball snme nl Itodge.s Field, Memphis. The lilythcville girls Hire'*' W<i scare into Hie crnck Memphis team before losing the game which required [in extra Inning of piny. The winner is certain of an "all expenses paid" trip lo St. I.onls to |nii-llclp:Ue In a tourney I here as both llic winner nnd rumrr-iip In the Memphis tourney will make Hie trip. The Clothiers are favored to win the tournament. Fvclyn "Ilnrry" McDanlcl, pll- chlm; nee of llic llljthevllli! club, lost a lough liumc to the midget siieedbiill iirllsl, Kiln Waldron, Clolhler huillni; slnr. McDanicl llmllid Ihc Clclhleis lo II hits while ihc lilylhcville elnb col- lecletl 15 blows oil Waldron. The lllylhi'vlllo learn gave Ihe Clplhicis a bi^ fit-are by scor- IIIK live rims In Ihc first I wo Innings lo lead 5 lo o at Ihe end of Ihc third .with McD.-uiiel frrehr: the Hub batters to pop out weakly and blanl-.hij them for three Innings. The Hub tenin rallied strongly in llic fourth lo send six runs across the plale on live hits and a piiir of errors. The Laundry shot back In lo Ihe lead in Ihu fifth wilh two inns on two lilts, n walk and mi error and followed with- faiir runs In the sixth when Ihe Laundry baiters rallied six hits olf WiV'.lron','; delivery. The Hull made three runs In the first half of the sixth but. wits si ill Hailing. II lo «. jiolnq inlo I lie sevetilh Inning, after Ihe Laundry's 4-nin sixth Inning. The Hull pushed across two rims on two lills nnd an error lo tie Ihe score in I he seventh nnd re- iliiiie an extra Innlns, when Hly- Iheville failed lo score In the 'asl hull. Then Ihe Memphlnns • Elcpbant Market Ort TRIVANDRUM. Travan c o re (UP)—There is a slnmp here In Ihc demnn-:! for elephants, ivlHch are being piisteil by automobiles. 'Onlr lifteen elephsiits were offered for .sale here during a whob week, at (in average prlc; of 400 Unite;! States -dollays each. 'Ilifi llllo of rnbbl !•; nreordn' 1 Jewish ' scholars of emlnenco, an. HVIL as Hie mini.sliy. n.KCTlilO .V At:r.TVI.!'.NK l-llJ AT HEST PR.IORS ,1'ROMPT BEflVTCE Barksdaielfg. Co. PHONE in The average cirenm liusls np-i liioximatcly five seconds. I RADIO A RAinpletr' I,ll)f nl ' Ttlhr* «nrf )>«rl« HUH HARD TIRK A MATTKllV CO. PHONK 41« put the game |n lhc -^ w(th (hrcc rims In the eighth. I,. Whittle of lilytlievlllc and Moody of Hie Memphis club hit. for the clreult. K. Whittle got n triple for Ulylhevllle nnd McDaniel n two-base blow. McDaniel struck out two and Issued two bases on balls' while Waldroji struck out nine and Issued two walks, Score by innings: Memphis COO IJIylhC'vlllc 140 K. H. K. 23— 14 11 5 00—11 15 5 — naileries: (Hub) E. Waldron and Tiull; (Ijiundry) MeDanlel and L. Whittle. Several Newcomers Hold Attention Along With Veterans of Squad Several newcomers, along wltii the veterans, have attracted considerable Interest In the training of the niythcvlllc liiyh school ChicknsAws so far thLs season. Noinblc ainoni; the ncwcomer.s showlni; «l> well nrc Alvln Justice, lat:kle; Jaek Smith, chtl; StarlliiB linnch. end and center, and Robert "Rcotty" Scott, halfback. O'Nell CrnlB, converted from! (jimrlcrlmck lo fjiinrtl, has shown j perhaps the most oulalandlng Improvement. Not only Is he working hard nnd showing results but Ills knee, operated on during the summer, has given him no trouble. Coach Laslie e.xuects Craig to be a sensation nL his new post If he continues i(l his present stride. Jt>e Hartholomew. James Bur- Ion. Lloyd "Toar" Wise, Dan War- tinglon, linemen; Uussell Mosley, Lclioy "Uronco" BITOMII, Alfred •Slick" Meredith and Homer Be- shaise have been bearing down nnd whipping Into shape. liyron "Hipper" .Walker, star -•enter, has been used in ihc backfield In practice -and every Indl- iiitlon points lo Walker becoming i tower of offensive as well as defensive strength, lie Is leading Ihe pack In most of the drills, is In line .shape nnd looks like a cinch for an all-stale berth. Coaches Uistle and Puckctt and "Pop" Mosley, school caretaker and right hand man of the coach spent most of Saturday repairing the pushing maclilne and making a defensive buck board for the players to shove around this \s p eck. The Chicks got a laslc of the bunking machines for the first lime yesterday a.fternoon. Conches l.aslle and I'ucketl sent the line m-ospecls through a lengthy drill on the boards and were pleased with Ihe results. The manner in v.-hlch they vigorously shoved the WEDNESDAY, SISPTEMKRK 0, 1930 PILOTS OEfHT ,5103 Cavuthcrsville Takes First Game of N. E. A. Loon Play-Off . cAncmiEnsviiiE, MO sept 9.—The Carulhorsvillc Pilots defeated Ihe Newport Cardinals, D «> 3, in the first game of the play-off series for the Northeast Arkansas league title, here last night. Tile second game will be played here tonight. Cnnithersvjllc took the lead in the opening Inning and was never headed. The Pilots counted one run i the first, added another in the fourth, two in the .seventh and ed two In the ninth. KKsmUler's third base, homer accounted for the eighth Inning Newport run and Gordon's triple and J. Murphy's double I manufactured the Iwo ninth inn-!.,. Ing rims. Hussell l,ewis went the route for Caruthcisvillc, allowing eight hits and striking out 12. Smith started for Newport but was relieved by Callahan. Kciley, borrowed from Osceola by .the Pilots, innde three hits nnd handled eight chances nl Kef-ore You l)uy Any Oullumd - Src the NEPTUNE Single Cyl. (Other sixes to Ifi H. j>.) HUBBA1W T1RK & BATTICHY CO. daily built boiird, brought smiles >r wilUfncllon from the mentors. The Newport club counted Its first rim In the eighth and add- We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture Plionc ID. 1 !! Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near fin IT Hold PARTS & SERVICE DEPT. NOW Ol'KN UNTIL D I'. M, itciiiiirs for :il| Cars :iutl Trucks Wastiing - Circa sing Wrecker Ki'tvh'e ritone fiS.1 TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO LEAF WORMS Firiklea Bros. Cotfon Dusting Corp. N-w h;is airi>l!incs fpr pnisnniiij; slii al (do Hl.vllicvillc Airport. "., Call ,; "~.~." ~".'"'''' COri'ON IMISTIOUS , 1 Call r»(i;i : ' '• '• ' '' Immediate' Rorvice "ROLLS RIGHT-TASTES RIGHT," SAYS THIS "ROLL-YOUR-OWNER" A FELLOW GET5 A LONGER, COOLER SMOKE WITH k P,A. 'MAKIN'5' "I'VE BEEN ROLLING my own cigarettes for 11 years," says Johnnie Williams, "and beliovcme I'll have nothing but Prince Albert H'ssoeasy to make smokes with—it's 'crimp cut.' Yes, sir. 1 slick to P. A." ROBERT BROME gives his verdict on Princo Albert, ns follows: "P. A. is chuck full of flavor from rich, ripe tobaccos," he says. "It's mild nnd mellow." Roll P. A. yourself nnd hit tlio high road of smoke contentment! P. A. is a princtly pi|w tobacco loo. You favor Prince Albert or you've smoked 30 cigarettes on us Roll younclf^O «wcll cigsrcUct from Prince Albert. If you don't find ihcm the finest, Initicit roll-your-ownci^nreltei you ever smoked, return llic pocket tin witK the rest of llie tobacco in it lo ui al «ny 70 fine,- own cfcnrclles In every 2>oz. Im.of Prince ^ niu it*i vi me louacco in it lo us al any PRINCE ALBERT time within a niontK from Iliis date, And we willrefund full purchase price, plui postage. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Witulon-Sdlcm, North Carolina THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE YOUR WITH A ELECTRIC RANGE • Come in and see Hotpoint— today's range that will be modern many years hence. Electricity dates the modern kitchen— be sure your range is electric, and your kitchen will really be up-to-date. Hotpoint makes electricity-humanity's great servant —shoulder the cooking job instead of putting the burden on womanhood, where it has been for generations. Come in today. Learn about these wonderful advancements in the art of cooking brought by electricity, MODERN FEATURES Hotpotnl Calrod, M-tp»ed, cl«an-h«at colls . . "Chef's Brain" (automatic timer clock) . . 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