The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 11, 1936
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PAGE SIX TO TIKE LOOP TITLE "Littlemen" Annex Bunl- ing, Winning 10 to' 5; V-8's Beal "Builders firowning Picks . All-Slnr Team Of.Local I/top BY J. P. FUIKND Tl-^e ciirlr ,'.n went, down ou 1930 Conunerclnl league softbull piny last - night : when tlic Tom Little Chevrolet company defeat e<l Famous Store, 10 lo 5, to rop the title nnd l>ie Phillips Motor compiny nosert out Ihe East: Avkniisns nullders In n comedy fiiinle, 11 to 10 Tlic Chevrolet- 1 ! were- not to be denied and didn't v,nstc much time showing that they Intended lo stow flwny the league clmm- ptoiishlp nnd keep ojit of n loss tl)nt would imvc neccisUntcd n p|ay-ofr. with : llic: Pasilmc 1311- llard partoi for Ihe league Ulle. Tlie Chevrolet staiteil oir In the first Inning uy scoring two runs on n' Jill, n,n error, n Iwd throw , nnd' nn ,'Infield' out nnd added' another Invilie second, Bet- ling to the oMcUni;<> of John Holland In the. third Famous counted two nms lo climb back Into tlie bull gtiinc when Heylll talked nnd scored on Hollnml's freak Irlple, irollnnd counting n moment^ later when Johnson mcs- s«d up DeLong's rollei ; Sew Up fiamc In ruurlli Tlie Little nggicEnllon put the game safely nwnj with n six urn barrage in the fourth In- nth> oir 7 hits, Including n triple, by Tayloi, nnd l«o base hits! by Rodery nnd VVnulnglon. Famous cotmlcil two more in Ihe fifth on 4 hlls, Including Sinollienrmn's ti'tple nnd blows by Defxing, I«:ke and Wrlghl nnd mndc Its flnnl run In Ihe siMh Pcller's boys ndded one run In the, fiflh lo end their scorlni; for the nighl. Moody relieved Holland on the mound for Famous In the llflli : lnhlng nnd did not nllow a. rim and 'only one hil, Blacknrd's single In Ihe sixth. Kermlt Copelnml went Ihe roule for Ihe Clie\rolets allowing eight lilts but never being in danger with (he hitlins! hts males were -doing. Applebaum's Fnmous crew look- ; ed rather ragged and vvns ixit- 'ched .in Severn Iplnccs, even Joe. the sponsor, being forced jnlo Ihe line-up Famous vvns considerably ^landlrapiwd by the Illness of-t«o 'plnjei-s nnd the return of : a'nolh'er" to college nnd the absence of others on vacations. First Loss For Join's Tlie final game of Ihe, senson •was more comedy than anything else, but the fun begnn lo run out even for the players ns the ' game went dragging nlong until 11 o'clock or better The V-8s finally' managed lo eke,'.-out .-the winning run nfter an ..uphill scramble on" .Rookie Ed Jones right handed "youth,' who relieved Durres In the sKth All sorts of ball mostly bad, was mixed up in the affair with neither team doing any particularly worrying about Ihe result, which ' wouldn't mean anything either wnj Recce Moore finally found what seemed to be his natural position behind the plalc fnr' Ihe Builders last nlglil, turn- Hcrberl Drowning, umplre-ln- chlcf of the Commercial soft ball league, which rinsed Its season last ni,i>hl, today named his nll- slnr tenm, based on observation of piny throughout the enllre season. Hrowning picked four members of Ihe championship Tom IJtlle Chevrolet eompany on Ills all- slur selection, and four members of the second place Pnstlmc nil- llarrt pnrlov club. R. D. lluglics company plac«l one player, Phillips Motor company ono nnd Arkansas-Missouri Power company one, __ f Hrowninn's team, fisted In bnt- BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Nu-Wa-Laimdry Clnsh (or Title; 'Baiimcrs Mccl Sleele Team 11 wns aimoiinreil (his afternoon Ilia! llir C«;i CoUi lUjl- lleis of Hie girls Irmp would re- lilaco On) Sli'ele, AII-RI:irs as opponents n{ .lack Applcluum's Store In Urn ;i<liied atfracllon, tin; Sleele. [raui \ic\ng unalth lo nciko Ilifi trip, • Tlif nv .1. i'. FRIEND clmm]>lon of the Gills' tins oiclcr follows: R. Rushing Softball Hague for 193(1 will lie 'IIiiRluya. shortstop: Barne.s, Pas-' eslnbllslied, (onlglil when the Nu- llmc), loft fielil; Tlpton lUtlle.) ' W(1 Cleaners and lilythevllle Steam second base; Potter <Utllc).i Ijlllmll V f^V catcher; Warrliiuton (Little), ihird batcV'Blnckurd tl.tltle), shorlfleld; | Olover (Pnsllnie), first Burns' (Phllll)is) centd-flcld; win i Pastime) right field; riiiMton ipnslhnO pitcher i/lii'iis iPiistlmc) pitcher, in addition nimvjilng the.' rbllowinj; as utility nlnyei's: Alnvundor (Fiunons). Roberts tPlilll'lm). Crowe (Mule). ,1. nusli- IIIR Uluijlies), Wnll iPumniis), Tnvlor <Arl:-Mn) niul Alxrnnltiy IMcMulllii). liy play - off tliclr protest As a prelhntnniy Jack Apple- biniiii's Slore will meeL nn nil- star leain from Rtcele, Kfo., slarl- ln|4 al 8 11. in. Nu Wn and Laundry wound up | llii; sehediiled season last week In limned " l!<1 ' '' ncl > linving" won (I nnd Qnd- Wnr- Btc- ln<r In nil ce. Kcorc Famous Chevrolet nil tnlori'.'Uliif! prM'fonn- hy • hillings: mi 2 021 aid inn •nn .no 012 104 it, H. !•:. 0-5 a x—10 15 2 II. fl. n—10 in 1—11 M list 7. Tlie protest ijrew out. of Umpire Herbert Browning's ruling of iin Infield) |]y during n game on flic nlghl of July (j. Nil Wn won, 10-u. but Marvin "Souk" Snndermn hull filed notice. 01 [irotesl. 'Che dispute wns c»r- rli'il to Kurly Mnxu'ell, sports pro- Today's Games SOII'IHTTI " "mi"* Clifitlniioogn nt Memphis (nl|;lit Bame). Allunla nt Dlnnlnijlinni, KimsvHIc nl New Oi'lciins.- Nashville nt Mllle Hock. Inluht .nine).. SI. Nulloiiiil l.eaKLU 1 ami nl New York. Louis nt Brooklyn niolion director of the Coinineiclii. Apiinil and District Clovcrnor of the National Softball Asscxjlallon, . who ruled In favor of Lnnndry, „ I President Jnck Aiiplebainn of the local lonuuo Immediately ordered the |;nim< replayed. •Ihe rise of Ijoth teams from Ihe botloni of the. league stnnd- IIIKS offereil innjor thrills diirlnit the plnylni; season. Nn Wa wns Ihe first lo climb. Aricr losliiR their fhsl three Kiiincs. I he Clcnu- iH's hll their stride winning .six .siriilelil before bc'lng slopped by Coca Coin IJoillera, always n contender. Tbey fell' Inlo anolher shnnii, tint mnnascd lo snivlvc| long I'limiRli to enrn n tie. Lnun-1 dry wns even more .sensational. Stnrllng on June fl, they were 1 beaten seven times In n row de(two PltLsni'Bh at Boston. Clncinnntl at Philmlelphla,- Ainerlran League. New York nt Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. Philadelphia nt Chicnuo. Boston nt St. Lonls. , 1'ilol ,Sels Mull Ilccnril SiNO'APORB. (UP)—A Croydon pilol, Cnplnln' P. C. Olnn, lins set up a now record for mail planes by flying i,C53 miles from Akynb, Uurnia, to Singapore, stopping at Rangoon, Bangkok and Penang, In ID hours. The Standings xAtlanlu ........ Nashville xBlrminghatn xNcw Orleans .. xMttlc Rock ... xChatinnoogn xlCnoxvllle Memphis , x—Nlghl game. W. I,. Pet W 01 585 18 C9 .5^1 ID ID .5'JO 12 70 AW 01 84 /m 02 85 •.'122 5H 01) .'M American L New York . Washington Chicago Detroit Cleveland Doslon St. Louis Philadelphia eague W. 92 .73 74 73 • 12 10 49 .|<j Pel,. M?. .525 .531) .525 .522 .501 .Mti Nallunnl Nev, r York . St. l.ouLs .. Chic-ugo Pittsburgh ; , Cincinnati , lioslon .'... Jlrooklyn .. Philndtlphia W. I,, Pel ....82 64 .<lo:t ....18 57 .518 ....78 (iOi .505 ....73 04 ,M:i ....09 (i'J .5071 02 7S' ,45i) SO 18 .4I» Laslie Gives Chickasaw Squad T^sle of What Fill u re Holds HV J. 1', FKIKND Veterans of the Ulythevllle CIMi-knsaw Wigwam Indicated they are almost set for (he .season's opener, ns Hie' sqwncl engnged in the season's Hist serlmmnge Wed- ni-winv J>nd ngaln yesterday Allhough not slated until Frl day, Coach Carney Lasllc look .ulviu,ta,;e of Sol's disappearance liPlilml Ihe looming dark cloud "ml Ihe nnc, cool breeze' (hat preceded Wednesday night's rain, and called for Ihe headgears and blocking pads. The entire smiad I'.cm at it In game fa-slilon until a halt was called some 30 mln- iiles lalei 1 .. As a whole the squad looked I'l'Hly fair, niiythm and team svwk were lacking but individual IH'rfonnances marked U n success iius-sell Moslcy, Homer Bcsharsc' nnd LeRoy "Bronco""'Brown le'l- leniien ball carriers expected io si'rve as Ihe spearhead of the MJIJT And Siiikey To Wear Gloves In .Bonl Monday spile Ihe fact they were leading Hie looji In hitting. Coca Cola, Incidentally, the lep^i HUH slopped Nu Wa. figured "in snapping 'he lostm; slreak, bowing lo Launiliy, 10-2, July 20. Hue mound performances by Sadie Blarney, Nil Wa, and Evelyn "Harry" McUaniel, played prominent roles In their tennis' successes. Stanley climaxed n remarkable season by. turning linck Jack Applebnum's Store without n hit or run. Tlie petite Luxom Inrale has been steady, nnd has helped her cause with n balling Johnny Ma IT, Mobile, Ala., southern light lienvywclghL title claimant and Charles "Titanic" Sinkcy. Corinth, Miss., .ring .vil- liuns. will swup their wresllini; trunks for the padded gloves'and meet In an old fashioned "grudge" Rhl.' billed for ten rounds. Mon- dny night, to head the weekly athletic program of the American • Legion. Promoter Clarence -Holder hns nintohed George^ Llgosky, the Russian Lion, with "Schoolboy" Knox. Cnrthnge, Mo,, for the s'cnil-flnni —n ninety minute time llmtt nf- fnlr. A nve round boxing exhibition wjlh locnl Intent us the principals, will open Ihe show prompllv at 8:30. average tennis belter have than .-100. Bolh class, defensive strength, .plenty of hilling in ad- [dltlon to good pitching. lumber Prices Reduced Lumber must be moved before Ocl. 1st Some items as low as $i.OO per hundred feet See us before building or making repairs. Chicago Mill and Lumber Co. Phone 800 Blytncvillc, Ark. Intelligence I,:ig Set at 35 LONDON. (UP)— "A man of 40 hifs no more intelligence than a boy of 14." .said Dr. Thomas Wright, headmaster of Contbridge School. Lanarkshire, In nn nd- elress to the City of London Edii- cntion Summer School. Growth of Intelligence censes nt (he nge of H, lie said, and Intelligence begins to decline nt 35. Rend Courier News Want Ads. ROXY Ailm.—Altrays 10 ,t- 2Sr—le'Tax OPENS Saturday - Sunday SCREENED AT LAST K» f -i • L- 1 - • LL 1-11 • , "—Tlf IN AIL 1TS TERRIFIC Us our familys whiskey, neighbor—and neighbor, its your price! B D A v» v n i 1 -'• *»-^«.._ „ - »- *--v „:, -a •_'... • 4* U Vw EH; ORDERS TAKEN KlR "BBRNAT" YARN . INSTfHJCrlTONS FREE Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. C. Haley 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 792 •FRIDAY, SRPTEMBER ]], 19 36 tribal attack this season, broke Into Ihe clear several times. Robert "Scotty." Scott, Byron "Ripper" Walker, shifted from center during ihe fracas, and Roland "Skecler" nishop contributed fine runs, too. Smith Shines In the line Lloyd "Toar" Wise, 2:)0-poimc! tackle candidate, Joe Bnrthplomov,', 200-poumler, nil! Hnirl.son, 210 ixmnds, James Bur- ioii, ihe Steele, Mo. ; boy, • who weighs 205, Walker, Oneil Craig, Bab Roberts, Dan Warflngloii, 'Jay Smilh. and Bill Godwin were es-' jirelally oulstnndlng. Smith stole the spotlfght. Tills mil, trim youngster who came from Monroe, Lu., last year, and an end nsplr- nnt, repeatedly stopped attempted runs hrouiid his end, "Toar" and Godwin did Inch- best work on the defense. Warrlnglon was the only cns- nalty. lie received a slight cut on the right cheek bone, and n bruised eye during n clash. He stuck to his guns, though. '• and later was removed. H Is not expected to keep Uan out of action. l-aslie started Brown, Beslmrse, Mosley nnd Meredith In one backfield, with forward wall consisting of Walker, center; Craig nnd Moody, guards; Burton and tackles; Roberts nnd Warrlngton ends. Lined up ngninsl lliem were-' Smith and Ifardln, ends; Justice and Harrison, tackles; Evcrette Craig anil Stafford, guards, nnd Leon Smith, center; BMiop, Scott, : Bowen nnd Childs, bnckflcld. He- i fore II was all over they were all • shifted about, and many of the' others used. Max Ifntchlns, back-' flcM ace who has been in mil- form but Iwo days due to u'ton- sllectomy, was not permitted lo see action, but went through the other drills. j During 1935, tourists from other! countries spent n total of $201,027 - : 000 In Canada, nccordln- to esti-1 mai.cs. i .. .1 , i Rciid Courier News Want Ads. O Before You Buy Any Outboard - Sec tbc NEPTUNE 2 H. f. Of A e Single Cyl. W^J (Oilier Sizes to 10 H. P.) HUimARD TIRR & UA'ITKRY CO. I 0 H N D E E R E FARM WAGONS AND TRAILERS , .'i FALLS TO i'AY-" H>:iB - ni.'i? - DOS . • NO K1NANCU CJHAItOKs ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. "The .Idliii Deere 1'nll Lino" Illyfheville, Ark. • ,, h()|1( , ,..,„ (cjrrz/ COOU5ST SPOT IN TOWN 'II I'ODAY ONLY PAL NIGHT 2 Ailnlls Ailmlllfil for Price of 1 All Children—lOc Cartoon, Little Jack Lillle and Novelty —Admission— Matinee—10 & 23c—With !e Tax Nislil—10 i 3Sc—With Ic Tax Saturday Only ZANE GREY'S new x story 'written for the screen!. This is me just stopping by Wally Potter's place to say hello to Wally That'* me on Maude'* back, and Wnlly Uy« ing in the hammock, and our dog Jenle fixing to hop up onto Wally's lap. Wally inya ever since Ilie Wilken Family ilnrted di»- tillinK—and that'* some 5f) years a£o—he'a never come across anything having such « taitiness to ilaiTheWilkenFamily'srecipe. __ IHarry E. Wilken Our Family's Whiskey being so mild — it sure goes good on a hot day! I mean the way it's got of trickling down so cool nnd pleasant like. Maybe it's the special mndntss our Family's Whiskey has got lo it thai makes it feel ro extra lovely on your throat. Or like as not it's just so plain good lasting. Anyhow I con tell from all your orders you're finding The Wilken Family Whiskey just about as much to your liking as Wally Potter up there in the picture. Well it took our Family 50 years or so learning all the things that make this recipe like it is. So I guess it's not so odd the way you're all asking for it I f. S.-Pr«, > copjr of car Wllltn Family CooVIre Album I! youll wrlle Tht Maplti, R. F. D. No.S.Schsnlcy. P«. , SS.Sproof— Th« smlslit whuliicl in iKiimoduct ircl5moo[hior tnoteoIJ.!!Hiraisht wliIiUcs; 75 ^ *"'" neutM ' spin". 5* "Might «hiilccy 4 yeirs old, 201 itnigM whhkey IS monlhi old. aiim'ai^^ (>.irto»in—''Sfraiipy's Tony" Comrrty—".Movie Maniars- with Ihe 3 Stooges Men. - Tues. - Wed. PAL NIGHTS! 'i Ailnlls Ailmitlcil for Price of 1 All Children—lOe Two Against the Wit h Humphrey liogart and Heverly 'Roberts * .•*"'- Carcuon—''nlko anil the Hoars' Serial—"The 1'luintom Hirtcr" With l!ncl< .loncs Ailm.—iVIntinee A- NiKht—10 ,t 25 With le Tax —Continuous Showing— Sunday - Monday r.immcunt \e\vs, How to Tmin a 1)05, and I.ucky Spill Ailm.—Maiiuce A Ni«lil—10 X- 35c With. Ic Tax —Continuous Showing- —COMING soox— "l.OVK IIKGINS AT 20" — with Warren Hull and 1'alriola ,Ellis. "1IKAKT OV TI1K WEST"—with Wm. Boyil am) .linimy Ellison. "STAGK STRUCK"—With Wick Powell and Hloiulcll. "SWING TUIK"—wilh Fred As- l.iirc aurt Ciinser Uogers "TEXAS KANCIEllS"—will, Frtd MiirMurray and .(C.MI Parker. "VK.ri'El?"—win, .lane Withers and In-ln S. Colib. TUESDAY. RE1>T. 15— 575.00 HANK NIGHT! The perfect Fall pattern for every Blytheville young man from sixteen to sixty is Tailored by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX $28 50 You just cim't'nelp feeling like (he "tup of (he world" in one of these strikingly different suits. Fur "Cheerio Stripes" ;ire (he most colorful suits .you've ever. worn • - . sn;irkling two and three tone stripes (hat »rs ilelinilely in yowl (asle. Tailored as only Hart SchafTncr & Marx know hinv into softly cnnsfnicled Coiitinenlnl and Windsor rmxlels.. Styled by • fUMr - RxcLvsivn VlfV * I1.1KT SCUAPFNI-K 6 MAR *^ STYLIST MARX Other Fall Cheerio Stripes $35 MEAD CLOTHING Co 315 WEST MAIN STREET BIytheville's Headquarters for Well Dressed Men

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