The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1934 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1934 Warming Up for World Series No. 3 Lee- Best Schumacher in Brilliant Hurling Duel; Zachaiy Upsets Cards Tlie Chicago Cubs yanked another game from ir.e lead ot llic New York Gianls yesterday, bauling desperately to overcome the New York ers' margin in Die National league race. In the American loop the fast- moving Tigers eased through with a one-sided victory over the Athletics. Bill Lee, Chicago hurler, limited the Giants to three scattered hits ps he won n. hurling duo! from Ha Schumacher who held tnc lirulns i.to five blows. Slaiulxick's doubk In the seventh, followed by Cuyler's single provided the w margin, the only tally o( tlie giimc The Urooklyn Dodgers whitewash cd' the si. Unite Cnvdtimls yesler day with veteran Tom Zacrmry ap plying the coat. . Ztichary gave ii| 11 hits bnl kepi lltem well sent tered nnd handed the Cardinal pennant cSancfsa severe setback Carlelon was the Itsing pitcher The lav, left the Cards (i 1-2 bock of the Giants. The PHlsburgli plratos wallo]XK the Boston Braves 0 to 3 nt fills : burgh. Dirkofer was t'rc winning •hurler and Smith Hie loser. Tommy Bridges hci:l Ihe Athletics to five well .scattered blows ns the Detroit hopefuls rns::cd over the Athletics. The score was 11 -to 0. Cochrane, Owen and Goslln hit for the clrciiil. The Tigers maintained a lead of 4 1-2 games. Tie Yankees defeated the Chicago White Sox In New York. H:tb- Ruth played Ihe hero's role, driving in the tying and winning inns in the seventh inning when lie ap- - peared as a plnc.i hitter to double against the Carrier. Opshong was the winning pitcher. Washington's Senators trounced the St. Loiiis Browns nl Washington. The score was C to 1. Riis- Mll was the winning and Hartley •. the losing pitcher. The Cleveland Indians defeated theBoston Red Sox G to 5 at Boston. Hudlin and Brown Inirlrd for the' winners while Pcnnock and • V/alberg worked for the lied Sox The winning run was rcored in the eighth inning with a long fly allowing the deciding tally to count By Harry Gray son FAT FREDDIE flE 61MITS 01-D RELIABLE,. Sprioting Duel ot Brothers to Feature Meet Thursday BY ). r. FRIEND C. L. SUUUlcU* Brogdon versus Brogdon| Tfial's Ihe prospective sprint duel that lias caught the lancy o! the J the coliball games this season lie While he has achieved but little of the success of his illustrious brother, "Charlie" has come along with rapid strides the last two years. In Inns following the announcement I of a Held meet Ih&t will draw the Commercial Softball League to a Thursday night at Haley ias covered plenty of territory for llaynes Men's Snop and has many loyal supporters who claim he will go and gel. them as far as D. F. The speed supremacy is expected Reference is made to B. F. BroK- to ** determined as both liltcly will don and his younger brother, e "'*r the 50 and 100 yard dash. Charles. There are several other speed Several years ago while sporting 1 '» erc ' na » l f *"o are expected to vie the wangles of the Maroon and f ° r . sp "'.'° n ° rSl " oUlbly Joe Ap White, B. P. carved a niche In Ar- P !eb * Um ' Junu>r Barker - ' '" .f high school iiall of fame by stowing his heels to a classy pack of einder artists 10 take first place, as high eccrer in the state meet at. Conway. To turn the trlcX ho nosed out Lynwoocl "Schoolboy" Ro'.ve, former El Dorado star, who recently turned In his sixteenth consecutive mound victory to tie the American League baseball record while pitching for the Detroit Tigers. After graduation. H. F. went away to school but an old football Injury to a. knee cut snoct his alh- but he yet maintains former speed. i league record. Marsh caU5WJ!\U[ r., Bill Crowe, B. p. and Charles)? Brogdon, Marshall Blackard, Joe Applebaum, Charles Yarbro, and several of the Lutes boys have ehown a tendency to leg right around the hassocks. Pegging to bases, fungo hitting and throwing the ball HIV also included In the meet that will precede the soMball tame between Rubinson Drug and a picked team frcm the remaind?r of the league teams. Tills squad will be chosen by league officials and will be announce:! on , Purtle ' By " !e Mor! *' ani1 Accuracy in throwing from in outfield Is also exjxcled to dra k(;e " competition. Among thos wl >o nave displayed much skill i ll<vnv) »g the apple to the plate are Earnest Barnes. Marshall Blackard. B. F. Brogdon. Herschel Mcs- icy. Jack. .Robinson, Louis Applebaum and a host ol other good outer gardeners. Circling the bases in record time, an art few base runners hnv-? achieved succe.ssfully, will probably draw a record entry. Slop watches will be used to register t'e time for Wednesday. No games will be play- ] ed tonight. ! Proceeds wili go to Cue Softball fund that will l>? tinned over to iho Ulylhevlllc Athletic Club followingj,| cosing of the league books. Thtrlv-fotir per cent of London's foreign population are Russian, 10 p=r cent Italian, 8 per cent German, and 1 per cent French. Don't Fnrget Caudill's Agency General Insurance Pfaeoe 797 i-< n JUDGESpSDnY Pine BluH Dixie League Team Invades Osceola This Week The Oiccola U. S. Engineers will piny the line Bluff Judges, one of the Dixie League's strongest leanis. in a game at Osceola Thursday. The game will oijcn at 4 o'clock. On Sunday the Engineers will take on Cook's Cioldblnmc team from Memphis, headed by Happy Foreman, The Sunday gnmc will be called nt 3:80 o'clock. The last lime the Engineers nnd Cook's learn clashed lliey played a 7-7 lie halted by darkness. DETROIT — Who doesn't want to go back to the woods? ESIKC- ially on Aug. 29. when Frank I. Wixom, most colorful at (lie survivors of Michigan's lumbering days, stages Ills annual lumberjtiefc party In tlie village of Ertenville, tllimled near the junction of the Tittaban-nssec and Tobacco livers, once used an the mighty spillways for the.rafting of logs down to the Saginaw mills. The lore of Pnnl liunyanlsm becomes something more than fiction there, with the fnsl-fmling ranks of lumberjacks ngnln revelini; iu tin 1 tport that once was their industry. Jovial ,and active nt 7i>, Wlxoin president of n power company, looks the true part of llic sponsoi of such a picnic—snow while hair flowing down to his shoulders. A former circus fowncr, as wcl es a lumberman ' nn'd "lioss," Wixom has created n' cainlvnl li his home town that attracts cham- ahnost forgot plntean, Includes so acres of plains nnd woods along tliu river tanks, Ten artesian wells—the fount of refreshment to the lum- bt'ijurk- -hnve lipen drilled. Tticre are to be lumberjack Eonps and dances to . the strains of a lumberjack orchestra, nnd a lumberjack dinner, prepared, served, and eaten in lumberjack manner. A slnlT ot 'JO KX*S. nil eians of the camjvi, has pions ol the nmv ten pastimes of the backwood era. Bailing on Kollrr Sk^tf.s In 1933, more than 23.000 fro: points as tar away as New York. the Dnkotas, and Tennessee, attended Ihe unique and picturesque celebration. This year, Wlxom will te the "boss" oC the day in a \xuly expected to draw more than 30,000. The show is to be given international significance by the participa- vet- been | rounded up to cook the meal I vhlch Wixom otters free to his nsl crowd of guests. Tlie tllnlni; lalls af tho mock lumber camp ccoinniodiilc MOO of the luinuer- ack-fov-a-day visitors at n slng'c lltliig. The piece do resistance, of course, will be an ox roast. Only such n way could tribute lo tlie grand figures ul the eiimps— 1'iuil Bnnvan and Babe, his blue OK—be puiil [KlN|iintrly. Siilce the festival of a year ago, Wlxo.u has been fattening oxen In preparation for thts Mgecsi cvenl of his life. Vunii twin! back to the COMMERCIAL SOFT BAM, I.KAdlJK ALL-SI Alt CIIOICKS POSITION NAMK CI.UB Pirsl Base Second Base Third lla.se . Short Slop . Short Held . Left Held ... Center Held lilghl Field . Catcher Cnlchcr rilcher NOTE:—Letter rxpUinhif rrasons lor selection must accompany bdltot. STREET CITY and STATE Mall to Courier News, Blythevillr, Ark. Annexes 21st Triumph hy Winning Over Travelers In Relief Role The Atlanta Crackers defeated Ihe Little Rock Travelers in 11 innings yeslerday. Harry Kelley, who was bumped off by the Travelers day before, came back in tlie th role of relief hurler to annex his 21st ulumph of the season yesterday. clarence Struss was the losing piiclicr. going the entire route. The .score was 5 to 4. Tlie New Orleans 'pelicans' Southern association leaders, defeated t^.e Chattanooga Lookouts in two games al Chattanooga yesterday! Tlie scores were 9 to 4 and 5 to 0. Bryant and GaleT.ou'je were the win- Ing pitchers. ever mo' Ulah A tax of about 10 cents a gallon Is levied on gasoline In Eii*land. Frozen bevfiagc.s were known in Emojiffln rountile. 1 ; af: early as Ihe century. '1'r.e queen bee drops 50,000 eges In her brood cells every (luce weeks. Approximately 1.556,000 persons are employed dircclly or indirectly by Ibe United Slates government. WHAT DOES I KNOW I'm goini; woods! Approximately 55 |wr rent ot llic world's Deputation is loc.Ueil north of the equator. Oi tlie 150.000 active physicians; In Ilic- United States, nbont 100,003* tlon ol the William Glrnrds. lather »nd son, of Gladstone. Mich., in the log rolling numbers. The elder Oir.ircl, who learned his art. in Ihc camps of the upper peninsula ol Michigan—Uic land ol Hiawatha, has teen the international tlileholdtr since 1D2G. The crown was acquired at an international lumbermen's convention in Omaha, and was defended against French-Canadian experts at Hall- lax this summer. Girarri's tricks include burling log wrillc on roller skates—and to music! Whllncy Alberts, fnll-bloodc Chippewa India"n and champion to burler of Michigan, \vill be- one o 20-odd balancers who will attcmp to *TC5t the wreath from Glrarrt . Ten crews will stage log toadiu contests, using bolh sleighs an> wheels—those enormous- circles wood known as Paul Bunyan carts. Theird is the old cross-ha method, with chains and team which disappeared -with the Intro diKtlon of steam jammers. Ok to Life *f L«miwr*ick The picnic grounds. located on c connected with hospitals. Florida raises about 4.000,000 hrad Slslativc Ivestigntion of the New ' poultry. 777 At Nlcht-3«Htor-AB;lhM r«r Qifck tot DepeiMUMe Wrecker Sennet JbUrfe. U. S. ENGINEERS OSCEOLA YS. PINE BLUFF ~ JUDGES (Member East Dixie League and runner-up in bbtli halves of series) THURS. AUG. 30 4P.M. Osceola BaD Park Osceola, Ark. Swcctland, former Osceola star, will pitcli for Pine Bluff. . Adm.—15c & 3:>c Colored—25c Barve? S. M" 31 *"' 1 tiers, the Persian 45, n, Russian 35. Arabic sli 20, French 25, nnd Tuesday - Weds. Mat. 2:HO, 10-25c Nile. 7:00, 10-3"H- iiaiofl. I ala Just this — that now anyone can select a beer and know that it U FULLY-AGED. As the ageing vats are filled with Blatz Old Heidelberg Beer, each- vat is sealed and mark:ed with the exact date ; the beer was brewed. Then months later, when this beer is bot- tled,theBREW-DATE is placed on every bottle — the Blatz guarantee that Blatz Old Heidelberg Beer is fully-aged. Of course, imaged beer can be sold a trifle cheaper — but you'd miss that mellow flavor, that full body and smooth strength you'll find only in Blatz Old Heidelberg |i "BREW-DATED"'Beer. // >t's brew dated, it's Blatt! BLATZ BREWING CO., CsfaU/skrf 1151, MILWAUKEE Distributed by ii A. S. UARBORO & COMPANY Phone 920 Blythcvlllc, Ark. ' 2nd A Rose 1111. BUi Bn*tx c& BDNB kltil- If • v ? t ,L' oaW ' SAFETY WEEK SAFEST TIIES n TIE WORLD! PRICES REMARKABLY LOW! ^ PROOF OF SAFETY TWO BlUTB-mtlG EMIIAICE HIS LAST KEEK 61 SAME TUCI-* IIAMATIC MNMMQI OF SAFETT! IEAD I0TI LETTtB! liiE Proof of leadership la performance I Many claim it, but Firestone proves it. Never before bavc tires withstood Much severe, continuous, grinding torture, breaking 77 flpeed records for 3,000 consecutive miles at 127.2 mile* per hour. Not a Gum-Dipped cord loosened, not a tread Rep'arated, not one blowout. Hour after hour, on through the scorching heat of the day « u J iuky bUckjiesa of t he night,\ with temperatures ms high u 120 degrees—breaking record after record for speed, strength, •afety ami bluwiml protection —all in u stupendous demon- a I ration of safety performance for the car owners of America. This K»S made possible by Gum-Dipping, which coatu every cord finer with Liquid rubber. • Fur your holiday trip haVe the Firestone Service Dealer or Service Stare equip your car with Firestone: Tires and Spark Plugs, install a Firestoneliullery and reline your brake* with Firestone Aquapruf Brake lining. Protect your life and the lives of your family with the safest lire in the world. 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