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U.BK.) COURIER ;\T;\V3 Sfate Liners Win , • • Match ; I'lughos Lolly Shu I son I I 7 xis! Arkansas •Team 'riobiii™i Terry Pastime Ark-Mo Easi-Arl: Liberty I.PDCU. W. G !> 3 1 Pel. 1.000 .8.13 .CM .600 .400 .333 -in? 000 nv j. r. FitiF.srn O. U Stallsllflan Aiivoealos of ihc old nnd new Elyle of end hr.ll \VPIV> scrvfil In the Cnmmeivial Soliiifill iMBiie ri.'iiiblr hpfidr-]- lusl uifhi. In ihi' ilrsi (jruiii' Tiilmndtje Hupy, ivack hurled 17. Score by Innings: R. n. Hughe* ..... MX) ilO 5— < East Ark ....... Wrf) C.T.1 0-0.. Buns— J. Applohnum, B. Ultes, B»rk»r, Bunch.' Runs balled in— Barker a, C. Lutes. Maxwell. Three base hlls-B. Lults, Applehgnm. T»'o base hit— Friend. Struck out—by HIV?,' 1; PurlTti 1. Errors — Applehnum. Bnrlrer, r. Lutes, Klnnlngham, Kramer 2. Wilson 2. Wlfgins 2. Ifrnplrr-s-- - fi!i nnil Moorf. Time of ss-2lj-ef -'Jb-cr-l ig e-p-rl lb-p Jliineh ntnvei 1 Jenkins IMti C. l.cdbcllcr 2l)-cf-.ss K. l.edlKilcr 3b-lf .. Sninlhermon p-rf .. Warring Inn p-rf Al) 5 S . 5 PO 1 2 I 2 ft 1 I Tolnls Terry Hiiilll.' 2b fi. r,iilf.'- Wnlil i--j. Tf-rry ss Filii.-l.aril •13 17 Ah II 18 4 PO A 2 •> Ifiifihes to u -l-u win over Knsi Arkansas Builders Supply while in the second fn.y TVi-iy's Htfitf- l.lnr-rs rhiiliihlfil Pfl.->t!in<- Hilllfml Pnrlnr In Inkr- n ull.l 2'J-H routes',. cliniiee.nl |.:ici'. limited' llie l.nin- Ix-rjueks to four safe blows uni! V.-ILS never in serious ditiigcr. Ho Y/as backed wllh .senrnllonal support, especially hy B. I.ules, ni Ihhil, anil Whlllle. shorslop. "Aee" I'uckcll did Ihe fllnftliiK foi 1 ilu 1 Bulldeir, und allowed ninn hlls. Mislnkfs hy his mutes kept 1)1.1. In trouble most of ilin way. Hnfhes St'tires In Fniirth After ilinmenlng several llrne:; Hushes pushed over Iheh 1 first irilly In llie fonrlh on Ihiee hlls. Bunch led off wlili n rap through ihe liox. Wilson tool: care ol Whltlle's popjinl .i. fi. KlnnlnB- lunii singled' in right, .y?niilnR Bunch lo tliiid. Hi.f-y toieed Kin- nlnglipni, rtniu'h scoring mi ihr- play. • H. r.ute.s' triple -find Wiggtn.';' error of narkor's gtoimdcr nrtdril j another In the fiflli. . • The final two n.!irV.r-r& came In tlie seventh. Afier Maxwell hnd' fanned Anplobaiim'ft liner hounded by Ollbcrt and went for n triple. He scored ns Kramer threw out 13. Lute. 1 ;. Harker's skier In right fell safe and was cc-.ixl for a dou- liln. He went to third when Wll- fon muffed Ihe ll.rnw In. narker crossed the plate nfler Gilbert's catch of C. Lines' fly. The second game was n nightmare for the ^orcr. Base hits flew 10 thick and.fust and errors came with such rapidity thni It made an addinK machine the order of the evening. Thirty base hits i-aiK! off the Imlr." of Loth teams. Twenty-I hree errors and sotne. ,wlld and hilarious base run •j.-IHff helped 10 enliven the contcxrT|~ : Led by "liny" Olovtr, slaj: first saekbr,- with four • • -eluding n irlple. arfd; Herbert Erownlns wllh 11!. single, double mid 11 home, run- Paslitne snin.sh- ed mil i.-ryeinccii.Mills to Ihclr opponents' 'thirteen'.' ?B.il. they also Ico" In the. error coluinn. seye.n- teeii official mistakes being charged lo ;V)H>m JUKI many more TTiV.t nnfrfli'mately ean'i te placed -In iht score book, suc-h as uilsji|d2cd file.-, that went, for oy.lra base lilts, dumb fielding etc. On the other hand Terry's per- Jorme.rs pfhycd' a. hnslllng, wide, nwr.kc-grirr.cl'ali'd did ii bit of liUtlrJR too. They socked out thir- tecti base hits and aside from nn occasional enor displayed 'a Jam- up defense. Burette Lutes led in the hitting wllh three singles Marshall Blackard. who was bor- 'I'llCll.'. .Score Ciuslhnr •II 1.1 :hf Vftiil..'. Tile l.'iliillnr [lli.ill-:. of HJC loiuil ifniiur- y.ejr only :i Itu'liil nf (In- f»M rfrtlillll' <JI will, lp Hi. Innliins: urn -too 3-11 1S2 -17(1 X - •M : Huns—llarne.s '>, nrnu'nliig 3. Cllnvet, <:. R Ledliellei, McAfee. Moore '>. Kmllh 2, 11. lailr-s I. Wnlil 3, Terry 3. ninrknnl 3. Oiuw- fonl U. DoliliiAon 2. Cnndlll :i. Cuv ill, l-'ieeinaii 2. Rims balled In- nimeh •>. Hrmvnlni: n. Olovrr :i, .leiil-.lus 1. NfcAfee I, Moon- 1, n. I.iilp.s 4. Wftl.l '.<„ Terry 1, Blnek- urd -I. Onuvfnnl 1, Hoh!n-^n I, Caiiilill 4. Cnvlll 2, Frfeninii :i. Home rims—liltiekard, BrnTnlng. Tlii-er- bas.; lill-C'andiU. Two bnse I.It—Drowning. Wa>Tl<\«lnn -I; flnsc on balls—off nff llrownlnir 1; nir I.HJPS 3. Ritnek nut—hy Suin- llienniin I: by Warrlnglon 1; by r.rmvnlng 2. 7 hits, n nins off l.uler, In •!; 1 hlls. 3 runs off Smolhcrman In 2; 2 lilts. 2 riiils nfl' Brownlnp In 1 (nono out. In Uh>; ^ Mir.. 11 nui:i on' Wnr- rlnp.lon In 2. Winning pllrher— 1). Miles. Errors. Buneti 5, Hrow- r.lnn •), C. I/httwttcr 2. K. I^lbet- tei'. Wnrrlligton, MiiAfen 2. Moore i. fiinllh 3, Terry. Crawford. Gnu- dill. Time of yome l:2S.. Umpires —Smilli and Taylor, Birmingham Club Contin ues Fast Work; •Hhs-l Kpp. FRIDAY.. JULY is ; 1934 By Harry Grayson uiul Schoolboy Yank SI Hut (liiuii fi I • I /"•• i Ix-llllitl lilillllS Having, llirilfd oia ti'.o l>r-s^ In ixln^, wi'e.silliii/, ^olf, Ir.'u-k, tTe;>:, v.ojjien's nii.l tnleicolle^liiK- ~ lennK nlj'c'iidy Oils yt-ar, Calllorniri RoWC llilnflcilfls: 110 '-" ls im-li'irliy 'i yiu.lit man wl.i. ., f -. t i may >.ho'A' ill* 1 world In IO:M v'lui an ii)l-C!fy[dejj .Sliile • hravyweiiini rtn.niplonship pii/i- n^u looks ]\].<- t'ullfonila evidently Isn't satis fir-cl vi-llli on.' hl.lr- ol n ilrle event Mil-Ley ("nelii-iiiip'n fli'liolt 'II-Ill's M'ho!i- hog or none out (her,-- cer swlxi h:ive \vfii Ihreulerilni'.' In |h;it iiiuaxlnj aumiifJiiwpLillli. to Jiimji Inlo Ihi- Anierli-Kj. leainu-! ,.,„ „„, niK . of []lClV . !( .\ tnm w , (l .shoiu "I told ynn MI!" lint this I- Just, l/i re-mind uiy svvc-ix-rjt L-rll-l. 1 ; Ihul I wfl>:i)'i olti-wMhei wronv 0:1 Prf.l FfHiy. H -A.T; whll.-- yr,nr,g pravy MT. '.-liinlna Hi" Hidlunal Ainaieu I IIP (lai-di-n in May, New fni .'.nine linn-. f?oL Ihf-n- yev when Ih.-y Irmuiivd ihi- '• Yoit Ynnkpps unil fl.nvfd batl'.e pit ct 501 pounds a blir.j | msn wouM have kr.own he was fit. .lorn J. Fi-rl, sports edltcr of the ! orcckton^Eveiiir.j Record, Informs] me that Feary ha: developed a cork- Ir.i left hanii awl that he r.o~ pours ciiort piineiifs in OIF txxly Pesry has flirnlrialed |ne «-lia v.'rilos Prrl. " Ilif- tul- vi-,ory -J.. a J rfinij nl II 1 .";:!• |V,1|y i.lxini him. lie- l,a; l.'.e li. mul Ini'lliKiilnii. I-. of l/llll hlllltl 1 . -.-.I/-:. Introducing the JUNE \frcli. ' 2 wiln . [he Intlei from HIP Ir.p Tlir- 'll!>.'rs v,on 4 in S.'honll/iy Row.' ntjnuln^ IJIIL ?j>: l.ll.-i and keeping HIP Vnnkei- £lun- f'Tfi well in hiuid. Ifov.v ;:lrui - lc ':iil II of Mir Vnnk.'i nnil ifvel'.Til fiw snp[jnrl nojji hir lemij jn^ii 1 -. II V.T,.'. • ),!.«. iniii I'i n it.p . li-.i | linn i piedli-ied i;jii IIF> wnuid h her.r.l ironi r,-; i. p.nie.'.slonal Ii UK- nol far dlsh.nl (linn,-, fv ne:ird iiO!lntix ni/tiii him shier- |. .•.iii.s.- /n,- Ir. I'|IHM?P my mind liiilreil, I Mh;,|i IIP l:pfi.l y ,1^1; iiolmr.i u u i-rji! i-liDllPnser itl Mi. lll Ir.'l. illld i,llii- : - i;io;<|.'.-. hr-iid i-hand punch. my (•;,-,-. ihp liighL ir n.-l.i ,:,i r,f .fuel; li.-.r-r—'!nr- ulln .•lllll'lhlni; lhiu l' llLs i -'H.ii' ("Mil IIK1I, ili.- Tin- ('liiiiil.-; drnp|ipii r. '.\ [ft I irl.slnn lo the Iliic.s In Ihr- oj.r-n- i- bill, rjime DHI-I;' K, win the sr-n- tul r:mti.-. ii 10 ]. cail ilubu-ll Mi-i Ilii- u'lrinlng pllrher in ihe u-ond ulliilr, holding Hie l!m>. in !>; hlls. 'l ;1 n>nch llinllrrl ill, fil- nl.s lo n hi,If dr./eii hi I In- u|V-n- pcns 10 I*- u.e lien ronloniplEUin^ n u l(t-r roll- and his JiiM liini-,1 r. 7 to -I lu.nly tin- I :,iin,'l.l]l i: Peary r.cquliu-d. hlmvoll oTilit- ahly akalasi fluns lllrklp not long ago. mill only the n'l.f-.- nlgln, m Htoi'klon all Inn. i'.tr.jiped Tom Pnt- rlel:. nirkle sili-i-ed up pli-ni.y of b baiiei;, j Ironblr- [or ivlnm Camera. AH Ble. Ixin ! I/JSR.V, and some more. Ik- lind '.'•'if Hnmns oul like n debtor lo i inii.illmeiiL eollei-lor at ihe fin- Eong. Patrick, a well-seasoned 'r^ Aiiac-Ies heavy, has been In il:«-» Mickey Walker i.ml nuinRi-mu ,'ulxi Irimiiied llie linivrs nl llnstoii. llulir- Ilennnn llie wny lo Cub homer and .single, l/ih , Wiirnelte e.lmll:f-d up til;. Mxi); ! ilrnlgl.l. li-l.impb' of the yr-iir. Prankhnii^ wan Hie lr,.:ii,i; phrl.cr. Cbie.lniiati'.-; Reds find nrnnklynv. DrHlgers !.p!R two giiuira in. lirook- yn. The Dodgi-rs look Ihc liisi.joiher nolalile.s. S -i'i 7 r"p', 1 , th ° n 1 " 1 ,' 1 ' lhe wcond.1 Previously. Peary was not .1H- iini. li'il ii liraiio* lii^npli "ne ' Conrn8rtl wlir '" ]XF ' tm 1|; ' nynnmllr! Mtomley and Pool nlso hil lioln- i B^'Trnimtl Jr^bury"^.^^" 1 '''* 1 ' •''The I'lilllles divided "two games' Pi:i!ry lvh -° c .^" c ellsL as " • >iil "™ 1 ' will. Ihe St.''I,o.tLs Cardinals. Tim' l|",'' p J' 11 ! 11 ™" 1 ''^ H,e. navls Ru-ni look llie first game fi lo 5 , farl " 1 ° l - < l branch nf llie Unlvwflly and the. Phils Ihe ^eond,' ll to :t'.\ OS . Cnllmrnln, Is a hit ini-lliie.l to Paul npiin. ,ilmiv,t. half of the oljra y ' a "' i "' y °l )r ''» ll ™-'< -.Inlorin Cards' plirl.lng slnff so far, sus- :!" p ""I 11 ' kt> I , w . < "' 1 IS1Vt "' fl " alnert an Injury In slldlua Inlo k f l> " . alm l i ^"^' bnl.L'. a e li,i- -AV Marri«<l just one month... honeymoon is over ... I begin ;;; and huhhy's theme song is, "We gotta watch pennies." So lei's listen in as Boh (ells Maty, in MX i lesions, bow to save money when Imying gasoline and Igc 5 OH£ Or THE IICCCST COHPAI|I£5 IKTHf . WHV.TlltV flRe TilC ViO(I.P\ UPO£ST PROUJCEf.Of :••• I'ii'.h.- .-.!.l|-,r- i'..iiil'l IJIr.dl.i '• faitii.iri iirilr iiid llu- Ni-v, York Ij'hliul him. I'm i I Ll,l> nl'/lit OJiilolll In . b.iMli' .i.-. cm- i-uiil<| i:o|K-1 AH YEAR ftOUl»D. /jOT JuS7 j on WINTER. Birr MO MI it;. YO rue MONTH Irt Kit lOOK NOW TlltV PRINT rut Last Time Today Mat. 2:30, )0-2ftc Kiln 7 MS, Id-Mr in '"" f ° r , , - li:f ' £rlntl ™ u '" llr ' h " sWcs ulnw.t. half of the pitching slnff so far, sus-;", an Injury In sliding Inlo' iiasr. It is not, Ijellevcd th elnjiiry will keep him mn nf play more Ihan a few days. i ' mulersiaiid thul for the Patrick The Chicago While Sox defeat-! l' art s r ll0 w "' Kl llilr <' all d meth'-.d- pd the Philadelphia Marks 3 io' lral! V ft >'' llln first time in months. 11 ul Chicago. ICflrnshaw was the an( ' " ln '- w' 1 '*" ''e hopped-Inin the winning pllcher and Cuin (lie Ins-'!" " i:r. B<ib Johivwn hit for the clr-1 team mate, l-'oxx, for Ic-adlnc lion- cult lo go Into u tie with hlslors with 20. 'As (lie Earth Tunis' iiKic.'il Shorl - Cnhiwlv Saturday Only .MAT. & KITE—10r - 25c Phill-np with Phillips for Ihe game when n male failed lo show np. recorded a homo run nnd a single. Two lilts vere turned In also by Smith Wnhl nnd Candlll for Ihe winners and Bunch. C. Lcdbelter and McAfee lor the losers. Caudll! played n great game afield. Jimmy Smolhcnnan started 01 the mound for Pnsllme but tired afier the second In fnvor o Browning. WflrvlnQlon relieved The Birmingham Barons elialk- I lip a C to 3 victory at Ihc xpcnse. of (lie Kuoxvllle Smnklp.s islerday. The Barons won wllh 'inlo«, Moore limiting thn Smok>s lo six blows. The" Baronial ur- ly nol tft blows with Epps, Bnr- n -oiitficider, hilllna for four rases. It was the eighth loss in line suirts for ihe Smokies since he second half oixincd, LHMe Hock-Nashville and New allied oul. Local Negro Team to Play at Cape Sunday CAPE ClIRADDEAU. Mo. —The negro baseball team of Cape Ol- nirdemi take on n lomed lenm from Blythevllle. Ark.. In n at Roy Mcihy's new tall Brosvnlng in the fourth' and pitched two innings. Glover hurled tl>e last frame met set them down in order for the only inning. Burelte Lutes opened for Tevif sind also failed to go the route. "Triseer" Wahl took charge of the chunking duties »t the beginning of the fifth. He held the Pastlmers In check for two innings but they broke loose again !i> the seventh, clacking out five. hit.-;, four In a row to score Ihree. The box scores: ' : * : First Game Hughes Ab H PO A J. Appl«baum ss .. -t 1 0 0 B. Lnt«s 3b •) 1 0 5 Bsrkcr cf 4 1 1 o C. Lutes Ib 3 2 11 2 Marshall c 4 0 2 0 Runch If 3 2 0 Whittle ss 3 0 4 .'. C. Ktimlnnham 2b 3 1 2 Huey p 3 0 1 Maxwell rt 3 1 0 park on Hljliway Gl Sunday. According lo reports this Uly- Iheville learn i.s about tile fastest ^ro club in these parts and In an effort lo even up things Ihr local colored niOHiils will go lo Memphis this week lo arrange lo import some players for Ihe occa- A FOX LEW AYRES ALICE FAYE HARRY GREEN frank MITCHELL DURANT One-day Painting is here! One or two coats of W»llhidecan I* put on wills and ceilings und von hing pictures before din- " ner dme! But onrtcoatii uaoilly enough. '1 hal » Wsllhlde saves . See the 15 glor- loin petal-like Wallhide colors. A'l urc PURE TURPENTINE Beautlful high gloss PLASCO PAINT SutubU for interior or exterior surfaces, Rru?hes evenly;has f xre^Torut coveringqujlity. 2-k colors. Gallon Totals 3< 9 21 1 East Arkansas Kramer 2b WlUoti u McAfee U LtndJey 3b .... Puckett p Tipton «-lb .. Gilbert cf ..... Wlfgtiu Ib-ss . C*U»w»y rf ... BrooU rf Prfead. c Ab 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 . 3 2 1 t II PO Pedigo Chalks Up Win on Cape Wrestling Card CAPE GIRAnDEAU. Mo.—Th? unlor middleweight utie cl.iimant. cell ••Dlacksmiih" Pedigo. col cted another triumph at Honek Pleld Stadium Wednesday nlghi hen Chief Little. Wolf was nn- ble lo return lo the ring aller he champ .had svon (he flrsl fall 'itli a torturing crnb hold. The crab hold, applied by Pcd- o. at Ihc 31 mimit- mark, put lie Indian out for Ihe nlghl. II looked Ilk-: a windstorm ircwlng when Mikn Meroney nnd Rough House Sullivnii met In the preliminary so it ended in a hurry. Meroney won the first fall In 10 mlnule.s and the second In one. CALCIMINE, All Colors Per Lb 12c PjJREBOlLED UNSEED OIL ...Gal. . . $1.10 Quick-Drying J| *• WATERSPAR ENAMElUSC Makts it c«y to beautify fiirniinie ar-d ^^ \?oojvvnrt. Drie.'t in •} hours—one co.it u»u)Jy enough. 2^ ticli roln-s. !/2"P^ Sunday - Monday R & NITE— lOc-HS NOT SOftlE Dy\Y M \ D.ARLTNG - -TOiNIGHT ... NOW! Rol.ei-t \V. 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