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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PACiE SIX BJ.raiJSVlLLE, (AUK.) C'OUHIER NEWS Tiger Tamer? Darn Tootin'! State Liners Fall Before Oncoming Carpenters; ' Grocers Reverse Style HV J. I'. FII1FNU C. I,. SlalMlrian Hammering Marshall Dlacknrd hard In two big Innings, Hist Arkansas Dull'Jers Supply won an uphill battle from Terry's Service Siatlon by a score or 14-13 last night and exlen.Vd ihelr winning streak to three uaines in the Commercial Soflban League. Liberty Cash Grocers, behind the sterling pitching of Danny Warrincton detealed llaynes' Men's Ship, 9-5, in Ihc aftertime came. See-Saw Haltlc The first game was a see-saw struggle. Terry sained a four run lead in the. first two innings by taking acIvantaRC of llollnnd's wildness only to see the lumberjacks lorge ahead In Ihc third i when twelve men went to [he plate nnd tallied nine times. In Hie fourth the gasjcre lied It up a«aln with a'slx run splurge with the score at 10-all. Cracking out torn- hits In Ihe next canto East Arkansas took Ihe lead by scoring three runs but. Terry again lied It up in their half of Ihe wvcnlli. East Arkansas won II In their halt vhen Hotter singled lo start the half go-round, and Friend cracked one over Baxter's head in left scoring Commercial's "Dl/ey Dean." John Holland hurled brilliantly lor (he 1 first three innings but his support "-blew" th the fourth. To odd to his troubles his arm cave v."ay on him and he was relieved by Pnckett who gels credit, for the victory. Blackard tolled all the •way for the State Liners. Ilaxtcr and Friend were the offensive leaders, each colli'tHlnt! Ihiee hits. Dick Tl|ilon, J. SmoUi- erman and nick Potter helped themselves to two. Warrinslon Hurls Ncal (iame Warrlngton did a neat job of hurling to annex Hie second game. Until the sixth, \s'hen Haynes garnered three hits, the elongated youth gave up but one hit, a scratch by Carter In the second. On the other hand Liberty pounded Charles Kendig freely. They totaled nine lilis, tight of them bunched in three innings when they scored all their runs. At Ihc start the game looked like a pitchers battle alter two scoreless innings. KendiK had pitched out of a serious situation in the second but In the third lady luck, turned her beaming smiles and Liberty counted five on three hits, a walk, a 'lelder's choice aided by three errors. Haney led off wllh a single over third. Warrlnflton was snfa In Isaac's error. Both runners moved '•Up on Fisher's roller to the pitcher. Haney scored when tho play was made ot the plate on Crook's bounder. Luckett singled to left rending In Warrington. When E. Blackwell mlF-scrt the ball Crook came homo. W. Lutes singled over . third and Lucketl went lo third. Croekel missed the relay and Luckett scampered in. W. Ultra went to third on the play and tallied on Potter's infield out. Grocers-Score*'Two-More The Grocers hiing up Iwo more in the ftffn on single. 1 ; by Luckell. Aycock and Payne, and a walk to H. Lutes. '. Potter's double. Warringlon's single, another pass to. H. Lntcs^ a fielder's choice and Crockett's'-nils- cue manufactured the final pair. After being held in check Haynes suddenly. caine'to life in the sixth nnd scored four." After Kendig had • rolled out Brogdon pnslcil one over short for n nil. J. Smothennan was safe on W. Lutes' mistake. I Isaac forced Smothennan. KIOJ- don took advantage 01 Lnckelfs I laxness and sneaked in on Ihc play. Crockett singled through the box. Carter strolkd. E. Blackwell was snfc at first when .H. Lutes dropped the throw from Warrington, Isaac scoring. " Burns scut Crockett and Carter across with a double but 7,. Ulackwell rolled o\d. Two Franks Star Atifld Frank Isaac and Frank Luckett ti'rncd in brilliant fielding per- lormanccs. C. -C. Crockett's catch of Haney's short fly was n beauty. Charley Brogdon mad? a nice run to get to Potter's hoist back of second but spoiled it by dropping the ball. Luckett was ihr- only member of both learns to ba" two hits. .. \ v EDNL\?DAy r _AUGUST 2?., 1P3-1 Warming Up for World Series - - - No. 1 'IS ETC 511 1 iger Manager Inspired by Big Leaguers "Life of -IJ ere are three pictures of the rise of Mickey Coclm.nc lo ll, e manageiship of (he Detroit Tigers Upper left he is shown loollng his own horn-a saxophone he lusrd to help pav his wav throimh col ey,c Upper right he Is shown at lefl. mm Lcfly drove, with whom he .earned up umle'r Connie M™* 10 """' Ol "-: Of "* ''"""" l *»U*rto in hlslory. nelow he Is sho.vn i,, typical Coch^e action COMMKIICIAI. SOFT HAM, IlAfillK ALL-STAR CHOICES POSITION NAME C|,IJB First rinse Second Hase Third Base Short Stop Short Field Left neld ! Center Field Right Field Calcher Catcher Pitcher Pitcher Pitcher NOTK:— LMler explaining reasons for .selection must accompany ballol. NAME STREET CITY and STATE 'Mail (o Courier Ne*s, lllylhrvlllr, Ark. n engl grandstai COO iiri-sa at Sfi.OOO The t John W. activities (he Unit Plans complctei meet. TRfl iim i II 11 Lrrors rw, ueu T The N Little 1) row ma em assrn rors he The v ded Iw Smnkles after II first. 1^ • •M KV EIARRV GRAYSON NKA Sm-k-e Sports Editor The btoi7 of Gordon Stanley Coehtane Is thai of a poor farm boy who made good the hard w»v. John C'ochraue, Irish father "of the splendid chap now lashing the Detroit Tigers to an American l.r-aguc pennant, saved sufficient scrip as a coachmali and caretaker for a wealthy (ainlly to purchase a small place outside 'of Hrldscwater, Mass., where Mickey uur, Iwrii on April C,; 1903. Upon L-radiiathiB from high school, youn;; Cochrane juggled hot meliil in an Iron works for 10 hums a day In order to be able to I enter Huston University, where he I look a course In business adinln- !• (ration. Durlna his freshman year, he got up at 4:30 a. m., and milked the cows and looked after Uhcr chores before hopping a train lo attend classes 30 miles away. Yet he found lime for athletics. Charles Farrell. the screen star and Cochrane earncil their board as sophomores by working as bus boys and washing .dishes in , the fchool cafeteria. They also were memlwrs of the boxing team. Coehrane made 10 sport.s letters, four In football, bu he failed to make the baseball tcarr until his junior year, when hi. played right field. Against. Barton College as a senior, he caught played third base, and pitched. H« also stood out In track, baskctbal nnd hockey. • * + Jt was while scrubbing crocker> and cutlery in the basement of one of Ihe school buildings in Ihe spihiK of 1323 that Cochrane first wn.s inspired to become a major lra i; uc ball player. Across Boylston slieet, lounging on the steps o the old Brunswick Hotel, he saw flabe Ruth Bob Meiisel. Everel THELERS LOSE ,1101 WOOuO START TrlE. GIWOT VJORup AND BlU-TeRRV WITH THE A^ERIfoN Tftftt HE'D ROWE WITH GREAT HUBB-ELU.... and have a grandstand with a capacity of 4,- xons, and in stables valued "0 each. track was named after s :col i. Herb PennockV Wa'iteTloyt C.ates whose race track jWally Pipp, and other Yankees are known throughout I ihen riding the crest of Ihe wave „!,',, . " Sce tho -~- e Il " !k y st»fs °n 'he ill for Ihc track lo be Hrunswick steps?" he muttered to In time for a January n companion. "Nothing to do bu play baseball, while here I an washing dishes. Some day I an going to sit over there and look over here and watch some other guys washing cups and saucers, knives and forks.'' Coclirane was In a position to do Mmt very thing as a rising Yomi!> star of the AAAAAAAA's less than two years later, but wasted no time squatting ' on steps. Mickey is too over-active both physically and mentally to do anything like that. The transformation of the Detroit club from a group of poor fifth-place players with hang-dog expressions lo an np-and-dolng and pennant-pursuing aggregation can be Iraced largely lo Its manager's inimitable ambition. • * • Cochrane, called "Kid" in college, was better known there as a football player than a baseball pluy- er. Us was a brilliant back with a Class C outlll. Mickey's first visit 10 the Yankee'Stadium, where his team- recently- iXM-fonned before 131,607 paid -admissions ,in three playing days, was-in that capacity. Boston University men still talk about the time he came back after being knocked unconscious to score a touclMlown and kick the goal 'that tied n fine Holy Cross array In the last three minutes. And of .his 53 yard dropkick against Brown that put him in a class with French, of Army, and Davits, of Pittsburgh. Cochrane -played the savoplione, and work with a couple ot college kid banoV> helped tide him over while he struggled for an education. He also worked as a bus boy at resorts during the summer and played semi-professional baseball 011 the side. B • • As a ball player, Cochrane pointed toward a caveer as an outfield- Play Large Part in Defeat of Little Rock The Nashville Vols Irounced the Little Hark Travelers by the narrow nim-Rln of 3 to 3 in a Soiilh- n association game yesterday. Kr- irs helped Ihe Vols (o victors: The Pelicans and Smokies divided two trames at Knoxville. Tlie Smokies took Ihe second. 5 lo 0. Pels hail annexed the cr. 11 is an interesting coincidence lhat Tyrus Raymond Cobb, whose old role he now fills as the bare- ball hero of Detroit, was his idol. Mickey was—nnd slill is—a remarkable bascnumcr for a backstop. It was with the Portland club of the Pacific Coast Leas'.ie thai Cochrane developed as a catcher, after a discouraging slart . at a position he keenly disliked. Mickey never really has been a "picture catcher"—that, is, there perhaps arc a dozen, receivers who arc more polished. But his intelligence, competitive spirit, hustle, speed, and hitting quickly established him as the mast valuable catcher in the game. Many consider him the greatest who ever played it. Remmer One Year Ago Today—Tommy 'Hitchcock, lop ranking polo play- :er of the Unite<l States, was forc- !ed out of action for the rest of • ! the year due to an accident suf* feral in Chicago. Five Years Ago Today — Mrs- Payne Whitney's unbeaten Goose :Egg won the first running of the jLady Owners' Handicap at Saratoga Springs. NEXT: Cocbranu's dishearten- inj start, and why he hail to niake Ten Years Ago T'nday—The New York Yankees bought t'itche- Wal- itei 1 E. Bcall. ace of the Rochesler Iciuh of the International Leaguk.'l '"' a price in excess of $50,000. " Evertj bottle is flllT E SHORT OF Victory Over Boston Is 15th Straight For Tiger's Ace Texas Baseball Team Head Bays Back His Son HOUSTON, Tex. <UP) — Fred Ankenman, skipper of the Houston Buffaloes of the Texas league, recently paid $2,500 to acquire the sen-ices of his own son. Pal. 21 from the Greensboro club of Ihe Piedmont league, when he coul: for nothing si When Pat finished his eligibility with the University of Texas team he wanted a Job as shortstop on some baseball team. He gol the Job with the St. Louis Cardinal; who sent him to Greensboro. A few days ago Fred Ankenman announced that his son cost him « good outfielder besides the cash h«ve got him months before. Wh»le . hunters of the Olympli PtninwU tie bladders to thel wh*le harpoons.to keep the victim frwi (Kline toe far. , I-ynwoori "Schoolboy" Rowe -halked up his 19th victory of (he eason and his 15th consecutive fin as the Detroit Tigers trounc- !d the Boston Red Sox yesterday nirt continued toward Ihe Ameri- :nn league pennant. The Tigers beat (he Sox. R to 4 vlth Howe giving up 3 hits, but keeping llwin fairly well scal- cred. Rowe needs one more victory to lie Ihe record ol conseen- ive wins held joinily by Walter Johnson, Hub orove and Joe Wood. lieds gol to KIlKsimmons for their triumph. The Chicago Cubs found Phil Collins pitching too much and Ihe Phillies won 6 to 1 at Chicago. Chiozza Rot three hits for Hie Phils. The St. I^uls Cardinals defeated the Boslon Braves G to 2 at SI. Louis. Cnrlston was Ihe winning luirlcr. oiilpitcbing Bobby Blown. Dizzy Dean got back in uniform to sil on the bench. Yarbro Defeats Dell In Close Game, 2 to 1 Yarbro defeated Dell Sunday afternoon by a score of 2 to 1. Nolan Ledbettcr hurled fine ball for Yarbro. The batteries for Yarbro were Ledbellcr and Tlionmion, pitchers, Umnelte and Poiter", catchers. The battcrln (or IJcll were Smith, pitcher and Blackford, catcher. Yarbro and Uell v.ill play again' Sunday at Uell. Beaumont, Texas, Plans The New York Yankees took a New Winter RatCC Track i to C defeat from Ihc St. Louis Browns despite two home runs by Lou Gehrlg. The Cleveland Indians walloped the Philadelphia Athlellcs 12 lo 11 In a g.imc at Philadelphia. Bean was (he winning pllclier and Cain the loser. The Cincinnati Reds Defeated the world champion New York Giants 4 to 3 at Cincinnati. The BEAUMONT, Tex. (UP)-A new SIOO.OOO race track, to be Known as Ihe Gales Park Track, will be built here within the next, few , weeks. Tho track Mill be one mile hut tax stays in ' Arkans:is 21 Vr (Dillon Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance x m SHOE SHO Acros. 1 ! tho Street From Hoxy Tlieatrc High class shoe repairing with tlw Inlcst lype nmcliincry and quality material. We Are As N>»r Yo« As Your Telephone Free call for & delivery service PHONE 13* r»nl HUfMTe - H. B. CenjkeU Will buy you the best regular gas in the world- STANDARD ESSOLENE at Terry Service Station Highway 61 :-: State Line :-: On the Ark. Side Last Time Today Mat. 2:'i<), 10-2-)c Nile 7:00, 10-35c 'The Personality Kid' with ' PAT O'URIEN and GI.KNDA FARREM, [°;ii"imnunt News Novclly—"Moiint;iin Music" Thursday & Friday Your Guarantee of Fully-Aged Beer E VERY bottle of Blitz Old Heidelberg Beer ha» plainly printed on its • neck label the exact dug on which the contents was btewtd. .Thus does Blitz guarantee to you that Blatz Old Heidelberg Beer is fully- tged—and prove lhat guarantee beyond doubt. | Row after row oi huge age- I ing vats in the Blatz brew- cry—each sealed and plainly rmrktd with (he Brew- Date of the be«r it holds— When fully-aged — when mellowed by "time"—when [» rich fijvor and satisfying •trength are "just right"— It b bottled—and the exact Brew-Date shows on every bottle—you/- fuirantec of full tft. Distributed by A. S. Barboro & Co. HERE VkATZ rhon* S2* 2nd & Row I r. Ark. ©19M. Rt.lt K BEER IT'S A MAN'S WORLD tut the womtn run it! ?H!!" GEORGE BANCROFT FRANCES FULLER ROSCOE (URNS GEORGE BnRBlEi Musical Comedy—"Music In > Your Huir" 1'epptr I'of Cartoon—"A Ciibinel Meeting" 1

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