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PAGE SIX BI.YCHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUBIEB NEWS Grocers Slill Losing; Hughes On Losing F.nc of Pastime Game FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1934 Slugging Star of David Stars By Krenz Team Commercial Leipuo W. I, Robinson 11 Terry 1 Haynes C Pastime G Hughes 5 East Ark -t Ark-Mo 2 Liberty BY C. 1 P. FKIKM) Statistician Easl Arkansas ISnilders shoved Lllx-rly Cash Grocers farther into (he Commercial Softb.i: League cellar last night by teat- ing the doormats. 13-1. Tn ihe second game Pasiime Jlll- llard Parlor enjoyed the evening fattening their nvcrng? at Ihe expense of four R. I). Hughe;; pitchers, winning faslly. 22-4. Charlie Scmiujs. fast ball OIT. tore thn brunt of the eleven 1m ailack of the Unnlicrjarks. Tlie Builders combed him for al leasi cue hit and a run In every inning bul th? third. Loo.'.e fielding contributed largely in Ihu 1 scoring, ^jven Giocer „ mistakes fceing recorded. HcVlinrt Mow?; T.m Divwii While his mates were piling up a big margin lo work on, John Holland \vas mowing down the opposition wilh machine-like precision. Tlie red-haired Uiilldcr mainstay granted but ihrre hits, lwo s of Ihom to W. Lutes, the other lo Lagromie Whittle. Ik' ttruck out six antl issued two passes. Scrubs fanned three nnd passed out four walks. The Builder. 1 ; lost no time In registering nt the scoring slat Ian. .rMosley go: on via the error route,. went lo second and third -on' wild heaves by Scruggs and Ecored on Lindsay's single. i I Two errors, PolU-r's loivj single • and some fancy base limning! netted two more jnr East Arkansas In the second. Puckclt's slncle, a walk In Locke, a single by Tiplon. Brooks' force and an error by Barker senl two more over in the third. Liberty RrsisliT.; One Liberty's lone run cnme in the fourth. Whltlh was .'.rife when Lindscy, after mahlng a nice pickup, dropped the wet ball. Yarbro . rolled to first. Scruggs w.is safe • on Pucketl's error. W. Lutes scored Whittle wllh a single. Phillips walked, filling the bases. II. Lutes lined to Brocks who double:! "Bike" olT nt first. Four hits' weie uooil for »S many Lumberjack runs in tin- flflh. Locke and Tiuton singled. Brooks popped lo Scruggs. Friend neat out a hit lo third. Potter cleaned- (he bases with n double. went to third tin the throw and scorn! . when \V. Lutes dropped the <relay from home. Uhdsey tcored' Ihe Icnlli run in tlic sixth after cracking VOO.NG GIAAJT AT : - TOR DETROIT LIKELY TD wire a miarlel of singles. "Tiny" driver boosted his average with two for three. Ledbclter was Ihe only cue arlisf to go hillcsji, fulling in five nllcmpUi. Browning scored five limes. Hetsc .Moore hnndlrd seven chances al second wtlhmit an cnor. Tn (he first game llr-rshel Mosley made, a beautiful n ing srab of Phillip's Inuu litir-r along Ihe lefl field foul line. Several players tried lo emulate ••Shoeless" .Toe .Inckson, discard- Ing Ihrlr footwear (or Ihe even- hiK. The box scores: First <jamr Musley. If Llndsey, 31 > Puckctt. Ib Locke, ^b Tiptnn, cf Brooks, ss Friend, c Potter, ss Holland, p 1 Caliawny. r( AK II PO A 0 1 2 2 1 10 Totals l.ilM'rlj- Whittle, Yarbro. (irrH'lTS on two errors nut a one 1 basi'r and advancing on Iwo wild pitches. . . Poflrr Triples Potter's long tiiple to center, his ninth of the season, counted Friend .who had gained life on a fielder's .choice. Holland dropped a single back of first lo send the Robinson star in for the last run. "Ace" IPuckett relieved Holland in the seventh and retired the next Iwo baiters. Holland'' ar; W. Lutes. :ib ( Phillips, 2b Crook, ss II. Lutes, Ib rk. rf Haney. c Hnrkcr. If 1 37 11 21 S Alt II I'd A :i i 2 2 I) 0 0 2 0 0 u 0 0 1! 0 Tl Grccnbci'g of Tigers and Weintraub ,,o.( Gianls' May Gel Chance ; IIV HAKKY <!RAVKON | Ni:A Service Sports Kdilor ; NEW YORK, Aug. 1C.—The late' John McGrnw sp?nt :10 years i)|j for an ouUtoSidiny Jewish ball player—without coming clCF.e to finding ouu. . Foxy old John realized wiial an nttiacllcn u capable athlcle with the six'point star ol David tmbroid-1 cred on Ills knickers would be at the Polo Ground.',. The Giants Irled Andy Cohen, Mos Solomon, Jake 1-cvy, and Hurry Ito.senberg, but only the first named lingered for any lentil, of lime, and lie was a step or two uway from hi'ing a major league performer. There have been Hebrew players who have made Ihe grade, of course. Johnny Klin?, catcher and "brains" of Ir.c lanious old Chiuagn Cubs of Ciiancc'.s day, undoubtedly was the greatc.s'.. Then there was Jjammy liohne. third baseman of the Cincinnati Iteds. whose real name was Cohen, and iherc still is Moe Uerg, the catcher now with Cleveland, when r.e velurned the lollowing lint no lirst flight Jewish player came McGraw's way in all the years that the little Na|)0lcon managed Hie Gianls. + * * And now, with McGraw dead only 18 months, two Hebrew luminaries are likely to break into Ihe world series with a ban;;. One is the fi foot, 4 Inch, 210- pound Hank Grecnberg. phenomenal 2:i-year-old fiisi basem.-.n nl Ihe Uelroit Tigers. The other is Phil Weintraub. 20- year-old Chicago product recalled from Nashville to sp;ll the ailing Joe Moore limits. And the Ciraw could not uncover a Jewish nee for love or money, have another fnu prospect of that extraction in Catcher Harry Dunning. Hut Greenberg, who does every- Iliing right-handed, and Weintraub. wt:o does everything left-haii'leit. are the babies touciiing oif 111? pyrotechnics. GrecnlxM'g. one of several young- stcis to come through and skyrocket th; Tigers lo the toj). COMMERCIAL SOP1 1 ItAl.l, LEAGUE AI.I.-STAIt (.'HOICKS I'OSITION Flrsl Ila:e Kcctmd iln^ -S'AMi: Cl.l.'B Third Hliort Stop fihort Fieki Left Field Center Field Itisht Hold . Pitcher Pitcher NOTK:—l.ellfr c\iilaUiing invms fur felri'llon must ai-eompauy lullill. CITY ami STA'l'K Mail Cnnricr \i-»s, lllylbcvillp, Ark. Sandy Ridge Hurlcr Order- eel to Report at Little Rock Immediately Peicy Bledsee, ID year olcj pitcher of Charley Barker's Sandy ({idee ball team, nas been signed by Ilic Little nock Travelers ot (he Southern Association and or- il(ic:l (o report immediately. TltcdF.oc was recommended by a !<:c:il baseball follower -Who had winched Uledsce perform brilliantly in jjam'i's for Ilie Sandy Ridge I ur.m this year. A contract was for- ur.rdcd immediately nnd Bledsoe ordered lo re|jo: t at once. The Traveler rookie is a huiky youth about 5 feet, 11 inches lall »nil [lie possessor of a good curve ball with unusual control. He has pitched some yood Barnes tills sea- ion and lias established himself as i.oinctliliig of a strike out artist. Ferry Boat Family Put New Boat in Service STDPF in cc-ntcr field for the Giants, fcr whom Mc- ST. LOUIS HIP)—A ferry boat may .-..-'oni more a token rrmlnis- init nf early St. Louis lhan u )j'-!:ict!cal steeil of cojnmeice to ' r;:ou r-l. Loiiisaiv; cf 19?.4, bul not Leo Moon'Puls Brakes on/i" 0 ^ 1 :^!" 5 " South Cl'll Association! They liav(> obtained a new steel i i . li-iiy, pnworcd wilh a Uicsal cn- Leaucrs .I'mc and it soon will be p.icidling 'its way across the Mississippi Rivc-r The fast moving New Orleans from the fcol o! Davis Rtrret, 11200 Pelicans, Southern Association t.oulh. Th. 1 ferry ns nn inslilution leaders, who had won eight straight jl'.as been tlnrslnn^ along at this inint-s. wi'.c stopped in their tracks ; m)Esiii« for tlic past one hundred yesterday by the' southpaw ill'.; ofiveais and tlic Keller Brother;; have l.eo Mo<jn. Knoxvillc hurlfr. Thc'i ): ceii in the business far years. Smokies won, -1 to 2. al Nr-w Or- JThcir fallier, who died three years leans. Mocn gave up seven hils ,;!SO. syi-nt but ] gallon. -1C years nt river nir.'i- ke"t them very well scattered, al- i lowing one run in the liiiid anil one in ihe fourth. The Smokier, I sllocs " rc *• v ' ars old grl hut five off Gatchoirc- but !, n 'NUUA. Gal. (UP) - Twenty- made them count, for imis. If 01 "'. y( ' :lrs "*"• Jnlln Gralz ' now a The Birmlnsham Itarons defeat-| Ula ' k llnvcl ' far => local oil coined Ihe Chiillannoea Looknnl-s in a I ^"- v - llo!1 " lu n P ai1 ' ° r shoes at, a THEE SERIES; I nhl ITn ™ u " 1 ' 1 "'- '"gcrs 10 the toj), swan UUI llU' Ih;1 S|llltrc Ior masnifii-cnt dis I- nil I I n tmcn - Mvt has traveled at a 331 I UI LI I U crip since spring. "! Why tlio bush leagues nro .so Crucial .Series On > Again; Gianls Idle, Cubs Fail To Gam Tclals By Easl Ltorly Cirocers Summary: Runs—Mosley, 25 3 21 9 Innings: Arkansas CHI 100 called Is Illustrated by Allen Ilcn- sou, pltclier just acquired by tbe AVashlit4;ton Seuntora from tba _.., : Ho\is« o( David team'. Renaou 1» _ " | shown a* he parted hla beiyd In pre'r*r»llou for hla llrst nppcar- A1C4 to • Wisbluy^*.u uulform. 2 12 0 scy. Puckell. Locke, Tlp'lon. Friend 3. Potter 3, L. Whittle. Three base hits—Potter. Two base hiUs—Pot- oil Blackard 1. Struck out—by by Lag the six th hit •B: as did Glover. Ucvill propelled a double lo lefl. Bunch sent one to the same territory for n single. C. Lcdbelbr broke - the monolony by striking out. Mosley banged one back at Whittle : for a hit. Moore wns called out nt first These, together with a flock of Hughes errors, both infbld and outfield gave Pastime a six run " lead. / They came back and scored tlvr in the second and Ihird frames before they were stopped by Marshall Blackard. Dick Potter relieved Whittle! wilh two out in the second nnd \vtvs the victivr- of the third inning uprising. After a scoreless foiirlb. Rock Saliba'; charges solved Blackard for four hils for as marry runs, in Ihe fifth. Bob Grimes took the nil In the seventh and stopped them with the bases full. Hughes scored three in the second on no hits and three errors Successive singles by Barker am Potter, after c. Lutes had ton Applebaum, acMed ono in the third. Joe-y\pplebaum scored th' final Clothier: run In the fifih ot his single; a ! .passcd ball and a error by Bunch. Dan Wiirrinjton hurled a fal . game for Pastime, giving u eight hlls. Joe Appiebaum, wit a double and two singles, was the biggest offender off the clon gated right-hander.. Ernest Barnes. Herbert Brownin and Norman Bunch led In th swatting for Pastime with fou hits in five tries. Two of Bunch'., Browning rnd Grimes. Srcoml Gamp 1'aslinic llilliard Barnes, If Taylor. 2b Browning. • c xGlovcr, . Ib xSaliba • Webb. Ib llevill, cf Bunch. 3b C. Ledbeller. ss Moslcy. If Moore, 2b Warrlnjton, p Pnrkcr Ipires -f- Puckett. | Scruggs. All II I'D S 4 0 3 1 C 54-1 3 2 10 '000 0 0 1 0 0 Matih for Cigaret Exploded Smoker otals o i 44 19 21 ill LONDON (UP)—A middle-aged man with a stomach-ache took his wife to a movie. He felt the need of n clgarct 01 and in Ihe darkness lie nbstractex 3[one from a pocket nnd applied lighted ninlch to it. Much to his evnnaiTassment, nr« the confusion of his nelghborin —Balled for Glover in 7lh. ; seal-males.'writes Dr. T. East. I Hughes pplebanm. .v, B. Lules. FS C. Lines. Ib larkcr. cf 'otter. H-p lumphries, 2b Grimes. 2b-p Marshall, c Whittle, p-ss Parker, rf rf-p KtnninEham, 3b Totnk By innings: Pastime Billiard R. D. Hushes Alt II ro A 432 i 403 o Ihe "Lancet." his breath ignited exploded, blew the cigaret acros scvei-al rt?ws of seats, singed hi j moustache and burned his finger ! The doctor explains that "no doubt gas from the slomach mln- Trere never was much doubt in regard tn Hunk's 'hitting. The problem was finding the position most, rc- The National league hud the big leayue show all to'.Itself yesterday llw. American lensue being idle with Lhe leading Tigers and Ihe second place Yankees of the junior tlrciilt '• resting , for i\ crucial rinubleliciulcr lailuy. Tlia Cllants. : Nallonal lenders. also \veie idle : yesterdav, Iji^i;;; rained out at Pitlsburgli bat. the Chicago Cubs failed (o lake ad- antage of ihe day by gaining on ic New Yorkers. The Cubs broke even In Iwo nines with the Boston Braves, 'he Cubs took the first 3 to 2 but :ie Rrnvcs cnmc back to era!) ihe econd. G to 1. Lon Warneke was he winning Chicago hurler and 'lint Rlieni turned in the wimiin'4 fforl for the Braves. Brandt was lie Cubs' victim in the lirst af- air nnrl Lee was the' losing |iiich- In the second. Moorr hit for he circuit in Hie second game. The SI. Louis Cardinals w<m two nines from the Philadelphia Aiti- elics. The scores were •! lo 3 and 1 to 2. Haloes nnd Walker were he winning pitchers". Collins and nothrock of Ihe Cardinals hit for ic circuit. The Brooklyn Dodgers wcie on .lie losing end as the Cincinnati Reds made II three out of four winning yesterday 8 to I. Siom held the Dodgers to eight wel scatleretl hils. The Reds hopped on the offerings of Iwo pitchers Carroll nnd -Zachery. for their markers. Wiley Post Took Winnie Mae for Tes he fitted neatest, nnd thr mnrkablo thing nboui his 1M4 play Ihe improvement in his fielding. He lopes along at a tremendous pare for one of his size. 'Creenberg is the successor of 11 Terry and Ciehrlg as the esl nf first basfmen,'' says Mickey Cochrane. * * • Detroit signed Greenbersj riihl under Jacob Rupjwrfa none, an-.l i isn't sale to menlion the youn? Slant's namo in ibc presence ol the owner of the Yankees. Imagine how (he colonel feel? about n big kid who lives righl across the street from the Yankee Stadium thrcalcninz tn keen the New York club out of the world series. Paul Krilchell, Yankee scout, made (he mistake of trying to dis- trade and dollars with the trictly orthodox Oreenbercs oil Die Jabbath. in addition lo gettin;' mix- d up in his arithmetic. Anyway vhen he reurncd he following w;sk vcek. the Detroit outfit had'husk> lenrv in burlap. Wcinlraub. after fhowina the way o Southern Association -nvatsniiitis belted the tall for (be slrikina average of .4CC in hn first 13 enc.w menls wilh ll:e Oiants. pim nol only usurpcxi the michly u>ft\ O'Doul's role as tbe best <lress"r" o the club, but kept him on Ihe bench as well. Naturally. Weinlr.iub isn't going to crowd tt;c .500 mark at t!:e plait for (he re m a md IT of the season but his record in the Southern Association, and the major leagu poise with which be returned i something in the way of proof tlia the Gianls have uncovered anothc bitting find. at Birmingham. The .store v.'ns 3 tn 2. Two runs in the ninth lining" turned defeat, into victory 'or the Baronial a^svr-tfaUon. White was the winning pilchcr and Kline .he loser. Hurry Kelley. the Memphis veteran, chalked up his 19:h victnry of the season as the Chicks ck'- fealcd the Nashville Vols 7 lo t; it Memphis. Hamel drove in four Df the Chicks rims lo furnish the | fireworks for the 'ihiy. Brillheart | llli- loslii" 'mirier. | Dinuba store. He wearing Ihem. after having them half-soled. Powder of precious stoics, and] Hit ashes of cold, -silver, and cop-! per arc used in tonic medicines in; India. j Si-IOESiTOP Across (bo Street Ifrom llo\y Tiieatru \ Mlgli class shoe repairilis willi the htest ty]:e machinery and quality material. \Vn t\rr. As Near You As Your Telephone Free call for ,t delivery service I'lIOXK 13« 1'aul Hargrove - If. H. CampWll Last Time Today Mat. 2:30.'-lt>-25e Nite 7:15. 10-:t5c Warner Baxter in 'GRAND CANARY' Travelogue Oddity Comedy • Ciirtonn Saturday Only MAT. & NITE—lOc • 25c Bring On Your Tiger Women! . . . . Here's Charlie Riiggles As a Worm Who Turned \Vildcat Warnor Overnight Bros.' lu 11 g!fd ' and AKRON. O. (UP1—Wiley 1'ftlt jovial Oklahoma rnmid-tlie-owrli flier, wns first I oplerce the strat osphere alxive this worlil rubbi 1 cnpilal. Flying wllhout Ilk facial rub Rend Courier NCU.S Ads 3020 31 8 21 4 wllh the air Ttr the month bcr suil designed to protect, him m cupped hands In just the higher nliuudes. Post took l-.is Q! right, proportions, the cavities Winnie Mae \ip 33.000 feet above , Storming an explojlon chamber. Municipal airport. It was a t.st o!which required only a naked tlamc llo P- preliminary to his attempt lo (jjla produce this unpleasant occur- break the world's altitude record lence." Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance G55 031 (HO 010 2—22 0- 3 Summary: Runs— Barnes 3 Tay- Shaw's Garden Hard Hit by Dry ST. l.Gl'IS. Mo. lUl'l— Dcspil.V -^^= dins fall at Chicago. 1 From 38.000 feet. Post lurr I off the motor nnd coasted to L' ;COO. 'Then U got 20 degrees lie- low In the cabin n cold sitting there in my shirt -sleeves," he' grinned. Warril! «- ! blows li'ere the others _ ._. Barnes cmclMd out three singles Applebaum, Bunch."Sise"on' and i double wKlWt Browning's)off Warrinnton 1; off Whittle of the Rulhian type, a single and double. en Annw ' s nnen urng e p« Inf P wn»i" n> ,, '"• Bafk "-!"">"lh period was the worst in Its P ' . Shaw's Gnnlen during the p« n wn»i,, • Potter, Whittle. Home runs— Hunch 2. Three base hits— Moore. Two b»se hits— Bevill, Glover, Barnes history. Excepting small areas where un-i divided altenllon could be given,] many trec,s and shrubs were killed and l*wnt badly scorched. I Phone 177 At Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dcpri Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. 1 Small Iron Safe anil 1 Uirtrp Iron Safe. E. B. GEE COTTON CO. 'FRIENDS OF MR. 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