PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BF CHITS 1 Parmelcc Tunis Trick for New Yorkers; Tiger Double Rained Out Rain prevented the Detroit Tigers from playing a double header! scheduled yesterday but while the A}nerican lenders were idle ih'.'lr prospective wmld ?'.--ifs o]i;xH!ents, Ihe woild champion New Vyrk GianLs, defeated '.lie Cliitai'/) Cubs. The CUants v/on ovei the Cub.i 3 to I with U-noy Pannelre. Giant hiirlcr. iiitclilns; and inning his way in victory in a duel with Wca-.cr and Bush of the Cubs. Parme'.ec lilt a homer In the fifth inning iliai broke a 1-1 tie and assured the Cllunts of a triumph behind his excellent hurline. The . Ginnu made on five hits and (lie Cubs seven. The SI. Ixrtils Cnullnnls \isril one big iniilni! to Onfrat I'u- Hi lyn. Uodijers L' lo 0. 't lie Cards wen with Pun', nean ulille wushi:ii: the Dcd^-r::. Bcnge was I lie losing pitcher. The Rnnan Uravos trounced the Pittsburgh Pirau-s 5 lo 3 al i'ills burgh. The Bnivi-s rushed across three runs In !he first inning lo •l-.ifce a lead (he liucs could never overcome. The Cincinnati' Rwb tonk the Philadelphia Phillies into camp in two straight games. The scores •were 8 lo 0 and 2 lo 1. Si Jolni- EOII and Trey .were the winning 'pitchers. The St. Louis Browns breezed through (he Washington .Senators with Buck Newfum on tiie moinul. Niu-som lield Ihe Senators lo throe £cattercd hits for a'4 lo 0 (Humph. Lefty Grove returned to form as the lioston lied Sox defeated the Cleveland IncliniLS 8 lo 2 at Boston. Grove Inirled a mnsterful Hame with a slippery ball iu a misty downpnur. Wiiu-earncr was the loLing pilciier. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 193-1 I Glover Captains All-Stars In Game With Robinson Drugi : the league leading hitter, and "Schoolboy" Loves His Baseball Foothall W?n Harden Muscles in Summer TUSCALOOSA. Ala. (VP>— Various inamicis uf speiidHi); their Mlc iiimmrr weeks bcckcncd to Alabama Crim-ron 'tide football men. Ainoii" those \vhn play-d un amateur batebnll teams «erc Jim TZ| s__©-. oTf*/ FOLLOW TfifiouGH "VIlE PWG LAP W? FvVfnN&SlttJOf: J93? TOKO) oERiPi MNM,Mi FINAL GAME Wlil LOS& HO.Mft RJAI, Aim vjiu. HF. ISEARD T-HL-M ' 'II* FAU.... 11V J. P. FRIEND O. I,. Statistician '• lenders In the various league de A s( t ii:«| of twenty, two full |;ailinonu will be named prior to' teams, today wat, listed by Com- Hie contest. Robinson Drue Store meiclul Softball League olflcinLs'will bo awarded the league trophy from wlileh ihe All-Star temn will emblematic of champions for 1934.. Ije selected to oppose Robinson Unit;, winners of Hie trophy, at . llfilcy Field. Tlmrsdny nlijllt. : Those who were selected arc a.s • follows: Inflelders—W. H, Glover! (Pastime), Frank Isaac (Haynr>sJ, : Harmon Taylor (Ark-Mo) James : : Terry iTeny) Louis Appleuaum ' • liUynuS), lia.sll Locke (East Aik)' Urn/. KcUliigcr (Ark-Mo) Charles' i H road on ilMyiics), J. Auplcbaum (llnglir.si. John Caudlll (Terry). C. C. CVockctt fllayiirji); outfield-' I cis—Ernest Barnes (Piistlmc), Hnr- : she! Masley (Rust Arkansas), HIT-| belt Browning (Pastime), n. Lutes: (Hughes); pitcliers—John Holland! iKust Arkansas). Churles Scruggs' (Lll»rty>, Dan Wnrrlngton (1'a.s-1 lime); . catchers — J. I'. Friend 1 ilC.i.st Arlfiinsas), R. M. Marshall i Mushes). • ,., Wlllonahby llcmplilll Glover. • belter known as -riny", was named captain of the All-Star agyrc- I Kulion. The giant first sucker ,1ms ' been directing the activities of Ihc strong t'aUlnic crew and Is i •eeoijiilzeil as one of Ihe oiitsland- '! US players in the league. He will probably hold down Hie-' Initlul corner. Glover did not name lire slurl- ; Ing battery for Hie big giime but I liulicnUons are thai John Holland. red headed Eust Arkansas ace, will likely .start, on the mound. Ol coiiriie-. Manager Dick Potter will pit his southpaw .star. Vernon Rimer, by far the best litirler In tile league. The Robinson hurlor luis won llilrleen while dropping 11 Sixteen victories In a row! Lyn- sinsle contest. Potter will handle ,«coit "Schoolboy" Rowe, the Oe- tlic shoots ol ItinicT while J. P. .doit pitcher, was caught above Friend. Holland's battery mate l:estowhig affection on the ball the seaion. will likely Mart:with which he struck out the last COMMERCIAL SOFT BALL LEAGUE ALL-STAk CHOICES POSITION Firs: Base .. Second Base Third Base . Short Slop . Short Field . lift Field ... Center Field Right Field . Catcher Crueller Pitcher Pitcher .,... Pitcher .':*r. NO'i'K:—Letter fcxpUiiiing reasons for dlfrtkm must acruumuny ballot. NAME STREET CITY and STATE Mail —» lo. Courier News, Btythevllle, Ark. PELIGflB SPLIT j Knoxville Smokies Defeat Birmingham Barons in l Two Games The Nashville Volunteers defeated the Memphis Chicks 4 to i at Nashville. Singles by Roddu and Nice and a Memphis error in Hie i flxth broke uu a pitchers battle and gave the Vols a victory. Swayze was the winning pitcher. The Knoxville Smokies beat the Birmingham llarons in two games. | Tin; scores were 3 to 2 and 4 to 1. Fu'-lur Kinovales Church CLEVELAND (Ul'i— Aided by 10 of his nock, the JU-v. ClwrJc.-; I.e- i'oy Thompson, pablur of (irtli- teniiine Uaptisl chiirdi, colored, is renovating his church, despite a , !horin;c oi rash. i';unt is fnr- | niched Jrie by various Clcvchna : conceins. while lumber and other necessities arc contributed cr j tought ii; second-hand stores and il | Youthful Golfers Most Proficient iC-Mik- Marathon Kun CLEVELAND (UP) — Averaging 110 miles an hour. Mel Porter, of ! Newark. N. J.. led a field of ^4 -n- ABERDEEN,-Wash. cdp>— The! trants in an Irish Day. Marathon, younger the golfer, the more pro- [ across Cleveland, completing the ficient—at least that seems to be! 26 milei; in two horns. 31 mimilej and 36 seconds. Wliatlcy. Hen Mc-Ltccl, Happy' back, touglieiu-it Ills muscles on a n\t:0 Campbell. Ulyle Unwell, l.ce llo^'- hiking trip through the Canadian! ward crs. Don llutJon mill liilmon W.il- j mountains. • - her. | . ^ Jamrs Nlsbel. a fnlHmck cr.iHll-1 • Ural Mrlli'il Ifnney in date. s|icnt his vacullon In Flcrlcla •• CKIIES, Vn. U-e keeper. Hr.ilord Ullis. j local mnn. says Ihe heat was so', being Hive behind the bat if Hoiiand is noui- United. i officials h^ve annoiinccil that the pi-oceeds will BO to- defraying expenses of the two men to defeat the Wiishing- tf.n Senators and lie the American Leagiiu record for coiuecutive vic- lories. the case here. Ed Gozart, • 14, amazed local golh'ng talent when lie shot a 1'i, Uvo under pur. in a match between Highlands and Oakridge teams. U| was his Initial lour of the High-' lancis course. ( Gozart started playing uolf \\ya spring and since then ills game state SoHliall tourney that opens at Con way Monday. iUI'1—Ciord Kitts.] Much tfttercsl ami (.-nlhiislasm is " ul Brymit. | i:ilen.se recently an end, had the tangliest summer i honey In his "bee hive to that it job^. l^llis \v^s a sl?L'I iiLJlt work-!ian out ol Hie minis. Mow Ilie er. while Uryani oiled in Tcxir;'. tees are doing their work nil over oil fields. Tamin White, a half-' again. stli red up over tlie field it melted (\\f. 'meet to be held prior to the nine has been consistently in the 80s! or below. \ ( i ig 14 Feet UiKicrsToiiiid Gen - Cmler-s, School Ka«d i -nrnxu ^ .Tin » . i , CADIZ, O. (Oft — The Cr;al | I API-AM, O. (UP)-Here's what /cllool . • whlch '^ Gl , (lrgr A erosion can uo: engineerE, drilliiiH Custcr attended ii"'a boy, ls°to tc A test well for a dam site in con- ra*ed here. Thef-'school was ths'l ncciion with tlie Mtisklngum Wa- center of social life for the com-' Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance Pbfloe "97 Inning game between the champs teislicd conservancy project, iound mmiity in whlcli the Indian mid Uu' .selected team. Local mer- ;i log under 14 feet of earth, cov- er lived .before enterin chants are awarding prixos io Ihe winners of tlie various events. Also. ered by soil the hills. I West I W washed down from Point. H'has been unused'for several years. At For Phone 177 Nifiht—Sunday—Anytime Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Head Courier News vVuiu Ads. U. S ENGINEERS OSCEOLA vs. PINE BLUFF JUDGES (Member East Dixie I .(.'ague and niiintv-ii|) in botli halves in' sen- son) TKURS. AUG. 30 4P.M. Osceola Ball Park Osreulu, Ark, Swcctlaiit), former Os- ceoht star, .will pitch for i'ine ' Adm.— 15c & 35c Colored — 25c BUY Uowi NEXT CAR ON THE BASIS OF Last Time Today Rial. 2:30, 10-2iit: Nitt; 7:00, I0-:!5c THE THE THE PRICE • wintli " " GlitruUe Jlirhni-!, I'aid Ca\:li'.-.qli. Lcqii Kriol, Ailliur llyron uml \ ' '. AU:uiv i>Ui)iwnrlli ', I'urumotint News Corned v Thursday & Friday I SHE GOT IN H»fHA]R \ «rt firs! .but !ot«7r,» <«und her m his heortl CHEt GRANT FIANCES DRUKE \\^\\ MORTON GEORGE BAflBIER CIKILES Travelogue - CIIKVUOI.KT .MASTKKSIX SKIJAN M ANY people have (omul tliat it is a good plan, when buying a low-priced car, to consider first what the car can do to mate motoring more enjoyable; next, what it cost* to ojurrate-, and lo consider price last. Proceeding on this Mnsiblc basis, you will find that Chevrolet alone combines Knee-Action, liody by Fisher, u valvc- in-head engine, and eable-controlkd brakes—all of which definitely add to the pleasure of motoring. Further investigation about operating costs will reveal that Chevrolet economy is justly famous. In fact, moat jxx>plc find that a Chevrolet saves them a considerable sum on gas. oil and upkeep. If you now consider price you make lli« pleasant discovery that the Chevrolet is priced extremely low. Your Chevrolet dealer invites you lo come in any time and go over the facts with him. CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT, MICH. AND UP. Liit price „/ f^nJard Sit Spori Kixxfei.roi f/im, AlirA.,«.«.?. ITuA txunptrs, J/XITC tire nnj tire /«i, the list pricvis SlU.OOtuliIiliotinl. I'rices subject to change Kithoul notice. CcmjHirc Chanted low Jclitrral /wins antl nuy G.M.A.C. taw. A Gr/iernl Motors Value. CHEVROLET PRICES HAVE BEEN REDUCED AS MUCK AS ;7 '•}• I "UH AOV.RTIStMCNT COMING HAROLD LLOYD in THE CATS PAW / and you'f! never be satisfied with any . other low-priced car VROLET SHOUSE-LITTLE CHE VROLET, COMPANY Blytheville, Ark.
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