The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 27, 1934
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS Arkansan Equals Records Of immortals Grimm Leads Mates to Win; Gehrig Gels Ihrcpl Homers. The Detroit Tigers, American leaders, with consecutive win No. | 16 In Itie ban for I'ilcliiiHj Mas-' ter Row: 1 Saturday, went Into :m extra inning yesterday to defeat til? Philadelphia At)ilclll:&. The Giants, National leaders, dropped a j;am? 10 IheJr nemxv livals, the t.'hlcaso Cubs, tin l;d by five and a half names when the stiouluitJ was over. The Tillers di-frali'il the Athletics. 1 10 C, with MartiLTry re-1 llcvlng CrowcU-r Hi chalk up llu' victory. The Murks milled In thi 1 ninth to chive CiO'Adrr Iroin the- inauncl. M:|ii:eiry flume;! Jimmy Foxx for tile liiuil out in the ten'.h inning. Tlie Yankee:, '.*',u inr u'.iica'M White £ox in two t;;i!i:e-s willi Lou Gelnig .sii|]]]!yliu; tlir exiit j - niriu with three homer.-:. 'I'ht 1 • scores were 9 to 0 and 2 to 0. Knifing held the White Sox to three hits in the tecond game. The St. Lonh Hiowns liounccd the Scnalnrs. 3 to 0 and a lo &. nt Washington, lilnoholder hurled the shin-out, limiting the Nnts to two lilts. Knoll won the second game. The Boston Red Sox nnil Cleveland Indians divided Uvo g.imi'.s r,t Boston. Tli» Indians won Hie. first, 3 to 2, mid the Ilo.sloiiians annered the second, 5 to 2. llild.'- brnnd was the Cleveland winner and OstorinucllcT was the winning Boston pitcher. Charlie Grimm, Cub mnnnyer, led n 10-hlt assault un Kilu>ini- nions. Giant luirler. that nut Hie Giants on the little end of :i 7 to L shore. Wnincke held Ilic New Yorkers to three Jills. ! The St. Louis Cardinals and Brooklyn Dodgers split tv.-o (jamc.i at St. Louis. The Do^ms uiiilj- bed Iho first, 1! to !>. and Ine Cards the sehoml. 7 to 2. Leonard of the Itoigers nnil Hallnhan of the Cards were Mi? ivlnnliu; hiirlers. The Cineinnnli Hods won two games from the Phillies. The 1 scores were 2 to I and 0 to s. .The Boston Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 8 to 5 at Pittsburgh. A four run rally In the seventh put the Draws ncross in Read Courier News Want Ads. TKE mm, 5 ID 3 Travelers Sliut Out Crack-i crs and Beat Harry Kel-! Icy, Their Old jinx. I '1 he Chattanooga Lookouts did' themselves proud liclore a cheer- Ing home town ciWcl of la.uoo 1 fnn-i yratmlny as they beat the New Orleans I'elicans. Southern Association leaders, 5 to 3. i Hain Interrupted the tjnine in 1 the eighth Inning and sent the crowd home before the second 1 game of a doubleheadcr could be I pluyed. The. Lookouts came from behind lo win. Kline ;;oi on to a |Kjor start, but after allowing a i mi in each of the first three tunings stilled down and held the' lilrd.s .scoreless the rest of the way. Shirley, Loc^ml manager, hit for four bases in Ihe fourth, j The Little Rock Triivolers heat tin; Atlunla Crackers' 3 lo 0' at Atlanta. In winning they beat Hurry Kelluy, their old jinx, who loimcily paraded in a. Memphis iniifum. Willoucjhuy was Hits pllciiL-r who -slocxl between Kelley jnd Ills IMsi victory of the season.. The Knoxvllle Smokies beat the Jiinrjlnghnm liarom In Iwo games at Kr.oxvllle. Tlic scores were 12 to 3 and 8 lo 1. The Nashville Volunteers defeated the Memphis Chicks 1 to 3 and 2 to 1. Hrillheart was the "iron man," pitching both games for the Vols. Touchstone and Henry weie the losing pitchers. COMMERCIAL SOFT BALI, l.EAtill ALL-STAK CHOIfKS MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 193-1 Triple Calla Lily Grown by California^ CI.UK POSITION NAM R First Base Second Base Third Uase Short Slop Short Field Left Field : Center Field Right Held .- Catcher Catcher.. ; Pitcher .., 1'ltcher ...-.: 1'ilcher .. '.. '. -. -. | NOTK:—Letter explaining reasons for selection musl accompany ballot. . . . NAME ..:...: , '. .'.'..; STKKET CITY and STATE MaU tu Courier News, Blytheville, Ark. ! i HAYWAKD, Cal. lUP)—The Ui-l onne family isn't the only otiel that's don'ollng, tripling or o.nad-1 rnpling tills year. I . Mrs. llnlda Sluknloll of Ten-l r>son exhibited a "triple ' calls I lily" thai grew in her flower lied I .here icteiuly. The lily, instead (ill having the usual single v.'liitel tingle' white spathc (petal) hadl ^Inc-e pelnls clustered a:ound a I .sing!? yellow spadix. i Paris traflic policemen have l>ecnl equipped with "halos," In the form [ c/1 hiiiiinoiLs helnuis. ;I5 n safety niuisiii'i' so they can be seen evilly by mctorSfi at d'Cising;. Mrs. Mary Blaker of Chcrlscy, I Surrey, KIVJ.. K Great Britain's I only woman town crier. Bite took| over ihe duties when her husliand went. u> the World War. Annual loss of S-tS.GOO.COt) is I unstained by the American |:oul- I | try industry as a result of im- j piojxn- iricthocts of Handling and ' I'l-OiliicliU! eegs. fn Siam, a person who has died Is embalmed externally and kept ' in a large scaled jar in the lioiisr for several months, after which the tody \" cremated. Commercial Soft Ball League Makes Season's Exit Thursday The Commercial Soft Ball lea-1 interesting close. The trophy, em- I-rfiy Crove, above KrllixillHiy Howt, Iwluw Negro Football Team Opens Season Practice! The Blytlicvillc negro high school j Trojans have lir-ijiin tiieir 1934 - looiliull season untJer instruction j of Cnacli William Barabin, a for- imer Virginia Nexro State college star. He lias carried the tenrn llnout;]i u few workouts and bo- vote of Ihe league's With Robinson Drus Si'hooltoy Roue, gigantic wonder pitcher from Arkansas, hurled his ICth consccnlive victory for Ihe 1 licves he can biiilil a real foot- nelioll Tigers Saturday to en»al the American l.e-igue record for consecutive victories held jointly by ' Walter Johnson, .me Wood and Lefty drove. Wood recorded Ills Iti straight in 1SU2. Johnson made Ins the same y.'ar and Oiove tied their ]»iforniance In IU31. Howe Ims a chance to establish a new record by wlimlny his next start. Wisconsin Man Seeks Sunken Treasure MILWAUK rucks of the island. Undaunted. Wrens Intends to outfit, another bout and tackle the sunken hulk, ;al! team out of the rboys who lias had little experience. Coach Ilrnnljin plans to play his first came In late September. The learn will likely bo Ripley, Term. When Mario Muller died in t:ie Eight slntes have laws makinif stale of Mlnas Geraes, Brazil, re- safcly glass mandatory in automn- |cenlly. it was found thai he had biles: Pennsylvania. Virginia,' No- 00 wives scattered throughout second half race has been closed by directors. company, first half winiieis. far OUL in front In the second half race, with no possibility oi miss- Ing the second half title in Die two weeks of play remaining, ihe league olficials have voted lo bring the season to an early close. • The league's ^'activities will be climaxed Thursday night when a series of cvenls":,will be held at pie t Haley Field diamond, featured by i a game "between the Robinson Drug I Cowboys, league champions, and a picked learn from other clubs in the loop. The all-star • mythical selection is reputed lolbmska, Michigan, Iowa, Massachu- AUKKU, WIs. tUPI— Willie contain $-1,500.000 in cold bullion. Mis. New Jersey and New York. to salvane n sunken ship If the expedition fails. Bclircns 'They represent 35 per cent of Ihe near Poverty Island, Wiifred lieh- ' will ntlcnipt lo recover 350 bar- tolal motor vehicle registration in rens losl his own ship, the Cap-jrels of whisky that .wtnl down in I this country. tain Lawrence, when a sudden | the steamer Templeton, 17 years! ---- -- srttudl drove it Into the juUhiK HBO. near Soulli Manllou Island. I Read Courier News Want Arts. South America. He changed his imme and wife as fancy and ex- lieriencc diclatcd and was never n ]>miy to a divorce suit.- Honey is used as an nnti-freeze in the radiators of motor cars. of the league's officials will also be announced... Five dollars will BO td the fan who names the same learn as the league officials selcc, provided her or she does so or the ballot running in this paper and accompanies it with a letter I explaining "reasons, for such choice, I Besides the 'Robinson-picked team 1 j game other events will bring the 1 soft ball league's program lo an I jlcmatic of the loop championship, will te awarded Robinson. The lending hitter, lending pitcher and oilier department leaders • league will be announced. A 50-yard clash, ' 100-yard dash] base running race will be staged. Fmigo batthi" contests, contests based on accuracy will also be put on. liapidly decreasing soft ball games with.Robinson Drug already having the title for both halves sewed up and the necessity of turning the field over to high school authorities for preparation lor. the fcolball season played parts in the decision to bring the season lo a prcmatur; Don't Forget Gaudill's Agency General Insurance Pbone 797 Read Courier News Want Atfs. Phone 177 A( Night—Sunday—Anytime For Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. O L,0.-ONC- Wttfw CLASSIFIED SECTION SMITH Candidate for Circuit Court Clerk PHONE 289 For Free Car Service Tuesday To and Front the Polls Everyone With a Poll Tax Receipt Should Vote Tommow Again I Urge My Friends to Action It lias beon iniiwssililo for mo to cover Ilie entire county and call on every oiu; of my friiiiids, therefore, I ask those of yon who OHM. lo tend me yonr support tomorrow ;uul see thai your friends s;o to the polls and vote. I Ask For Your Vote and Support On My Past Record For four years I served as Deputy County Clerk of Mississippi County and on tliat record and the record of my entire life in Blytheville I earnestly solicit your vote and support at the Polls tomorrow. VOTE!AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE

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