The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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Reddles Look For Good Season; Open Against Papooses Heie ARMOREL, Aik, Sept. 15—With (lie- opening game with Ihe Bly- thevllle Papoose's Just a few dajs .RifSy/ConehCcbueii; "Poss" Thornton 'has" 1 not been sparing the "rod' v,llh his Armorel Reddles The-game will be played . under the lights at Haley Field, IYIda> night, and »lll maik. the sta- son's first appearance foi both teams. Se\e» regulars, and kej mem hers of lasl yeai's fair team, (he second In'the hibtoiy of the .school must be replaced.' They are thr Roy .brothers, Bernaid and Dick. Ernest and Hersliel Pickens, Pan' Abbott, Johnson Blackwcll. Alvlr Justice and Hany McKltmon Al) BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS bolt, Blacktvell' nnd Justice me members of'(he Hlylhoyllla Chlbk- asaws, ' while the Pickens' Ixiys have Jolne<] Conch Lclnml "Irish" McCnndlcss nl Slmwnco. after linvliij? moved to tJycss.- Dick hasn't, recovered sufficiently from n, serious Illness Hint 'claimed the life of Ills brother, Bernard, Headed by tlie fast and clever Louie Smot'hcriiian. HID Ilcddle attack will frnturc .speed, decep- tion'and the overhead Ionic. • The line will be light an compared: to last ycnr. Joe Estcs, HO, and I L. V. Bell, ICO, will hold .down! their regular terminal berths, with] George .En ley, 125, iillcrnuthig. I Prultl Harrison, rcRiilnr tackle, nnd! a liiO-i>ounder, likely will : liave a newcomer, II. li. Hooper, flanked with him. Hooper scales 105 pounds. Charles Joiner, who weighs but 125, but has plenty of fight, Is also a 'candidate. The guards likely will be .Intrusted to two iMIermcn, Denvli Down lug, 135, nnd Janics nodfjcrs; 145. with Charles arahnni, 130, n rookie in rcxene. Mnx Watson and D. S. Ryan, H2 i\»d IS5 pounds, respectively, are leading contenders for Ihe snnppcTliaek post.. Gecrjje Priiilt, 145. Bert Rrss, !45. nnd Smolhermnn, M5, are tin; only "A" moil Available for the biickfleld, but . have Fred Bell. 155; Oron Parhnin, ICO, and Floy Cilllln, 155. as promising material for the vacant ball carrying Job. The Incomplete .schedule Is as follows: September 18—Blytlievllle Jis. (there); September 25—Pnr- ai'onld Biillpnps (here); October a—Portage v 111 c, Mo'., tentative (here); October 0—Pnragould Jis. (there/; C/jtober 10—Bljiherilte Papooses there); October 30— Reiser (there); Nov. 20—Jonosbor Whirlwinds (there). Why Pay. *.5?l When you can bun I'ediviii'n al ^?.i9;I MEN WHO . THIIS«<>TWICE WEAR.. PEDWINS Thc \l |Their first thought is for gooci looking style and comfortable fit... their second for long service economy. f .The tailored trimness of the 'straight tip "Parkway" in black or brown makes it 'ideal for all-round Business wear'Seethe new Falland Winter styles now.'. The FAMOUS JOE 'APPLEBAUM nog FJghl Costs Owners PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—If dogs must start fights, their owners must pay the bills, District Judge Woodley ruled here when P. W, Young's doc; administered n sound iluashl))!! to n canine owned ;))y TUESD' Air Ulail Service Glows Mrs. Bessie Williams. The court a^e.s.sed young SB for the hospital SAN FRANCISCO <UP)—New air mall schedules now permit the direct Hying of mall lo every city with a population of • more than 100,000 on the Pacific Coast. During Ihe month of July, 750.000 letters were alr-mnlled on the Pacific Coast, an Increase of l>i, per ceni over June. Al Kcllcy Is Winning Hurl- cr As Canitliersville Triiim|:hs, 6 to 2 NEWTOHT. Ark., Sept. 15-The Carullicrsvllle, Mo., Pilots made a llflh ijnmc necessary to determine the Northeust Arkansas league chaniplcnslilp hv (lefcaLlni! the Newport. Cardinals. 0 to ;•' here yesterday nnd evening the serifs at two wins nnd two lo.s- j Al iccllcy, linrler borrowed by I Ihe from the Osccola In-f (Hans for the scries due lo Injury of Cariitlicrsvllle players In an automobile nccldent, wns Ihe winning pitcher. Rclchrh), driven fmm (he momi'l In Die lirsl In- niiiB, wns the loser. Hi; was relieved bv C.'allnlian. | Tlie Pltols made four runs In I Ihe. first linilnu, on a wnlk, triple. | single nnd nnolhcr triple. The Pilots added annlher run In Hie third Inniiiit on n single and I 'double. Newport's two scores were rounl- j cd In the sixth Innln'j. A walk I and three singles, lolloped \YJ u balk, produced the two runs. Cai'uthcr::ville scored another In the ninth. II. li. K. Cariitht'isvllle 401 (ino 001—U !) •! Newport 000 002 tmu—2 ii 1 •• . The National I.fa^tic W. I.. 1'ct, New York 85 50 .00^ St. Louis 81 01 .570 Chicago 80 (ill .550 Pittsburgh 77 C", .533 Man- Wins On Eighth Round Kavo: Ligosky- Knox Affair Tame BY J. I'. PR I KM)' Amid the cheers of a crowd, Johnny Marr, Mobile 1 Alii knocked out Charles "Titanic"' Sinkcy, Corinth. Miss.. In the eighth round of their scheduled Icn round bout, last night In tlie feature of the weekly nHilc.ll: 1 proxrnm of the American' Legion. The end came after one inln- itlc and Icn secoiinds, with a Short left hook to the bodv. a light lo the chin, another imnjt to the stomach and n rlihl <o the chin. Prior to the flnlsh- Itijf punches. Sinkey Iiad b'jon floored for a cninit of nine with a left In Ihe jaw. Slnlrrv was no match for tin; fi-callrd southern, wrestling "chnmplon", who displayed nxcep' tlonnl form with the gloves. Tlii Alnhnnutn look every round except the and seventh, which were declared a draw. Mnrr scored fctir c k<lo'.vos In the third, foi'rlb. llftli. sixth, seventh niid I "id 1 In tlie eighth, Slnkixv floored Marr wllh n pu'wcv'fnl rlylit linncl smash Lo Hie chin in the flflh. Sinkey's host round was Ihe seventh when lie \KI\R\\ throw- In^ his right, hnnd to tliu chnino's Irrnrl. slowing him down considerably, nut Marr WHS,'never'In serious danger, while ."Titanic" wns an the verse of being "sunk" several times before the finale. in (he seml-flnnl George Llgos- kv. Ihe Russian lion, defeM.r-cl "Hchcolbr.y" Know, Carthage. Mo., two falls . lo one. In it iiuher linne iillatr. £lncky Junior Woodurd wns iiiinble to keep awny from t)d- war'd K<itl'.s cfjunlcr piuichhig lelt hand, nnd diopiiecl n five ronniL decision. Edds had Woo:lard on the canvas in tlie first nnd tilth (iinlos in annexlni; nil hut one rciiiul.- Both are local amateurs. Baseball Results National League New York 7. SI. Louis 5. Urocklyn 2, Chicago 1. Pittsburgh. 11-U, Philadelphia •!• 5 (sccoiul game 10 iiuihii(s). j Cincinnati (i, Boston U. American I.capue Detroit 1, Boston 0. Chicago 5-11, Washington '1-3. _. . .. ; Philadelphia at Cleveland, play° in ™ 1)utl 71 'I -500 o tl r ormc . ( ,ate. Boston |M 7(i .4i>7 Brooklyn. GO 81 /IM Nnrtlicasl PI;iyo(Y I'hihidelphin 40 03 .315 c'arulhe'rsWIte G! Newport 2. American T.eucue Mew .York . Chicago Washington Detroit Cleveland .. Boston St. Louis ... Philadelphia W. L. 93 48 78 04 75 08 75 68 •M (ifi •13 M Pet. .605 ,5'ia' .524 I .52-1 ,r>2i .500 .3U7 .345 . Nortlic.i;:! Arhaiusas I'layoff W. L. Pet. Carulhersvllle 2 2 .500 Newport. •) 2 .500 Read Conner News Want Ads. j Today's Games Sfiulliurn League PlaytiJ IBii'iiiingliniu at Nnshville. New Orleans at Atlanta. National League. Chicago sit Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at New York. Cincinnati at Hrcoklyn. American rx-aguc Philadelphia at Detroit. New York nl Chicago. Boston at Cleveland. Washington at St. Louis. 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