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PAGE Si A. BLYTI'.EVILLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1934 Blytheville Chickasaws Open Grid Practice ^Monday 'mwm Plan Open Toumey Witht $500 Prize SPEIT FDR New Mentor Gets First Opportunity to View spects at Work Pro- Actual practice in preparation tor a 10-gamo grill schedule this fall will open for the Blythevillc high fcliool Chickasaws Monday, Carney Laslie, new head coach of the Chicks, announced today. Five Shainvocks Cost Lipton $5,000,000; Endeavor Built for $500^000 The Old Mug-First Winner and a Good Loser BY JIMMY UONAIIUt: NEWl'OHT, R. I.. Aug. M.-On Sept. 15. oil this gilded settlement, la million dollars worth of the latest j word in yachts will slip through Ihe ft-a tn n race tor n dinky cup, Toughened by a week's oul door «,,:-i|, only $25, but over which camp at Hardy, in the O-mks, the I $30.000.000 has been siwnl. Chicks will probably be In belter I o .,. , , ... n ,. „.,,„.„,, s '.r-ur&v ^d~^liH:^r l.«lie, the new mentor j ^^^^X^. yacht that challenged Kn^lnd's supremacy of Ihe sea In her O'.vii waters buck In 1851. nnd bunt lf.c test of Britain's boats. In 14 s?r:i-s since. UncU- Sam has taken the wind oul ol the Mills of till' nrilishers every lime. years. l.aslic, the new v,ho hfiils from the University of Alabama, was hend man at the recreational ciunp attended by mosl of (he grid prospects. Physical culture 'being Lnslic's particular hobby, those attending camp were put through n series of exercises and routine calculated to get them In as good slmpo as ]»sslblc willwut risking Infraction of Arkansas Ath- ' letlc Association rules against premature grid practice. . Tills trip, however, signs point la nn English victory. Thli Y.ns been " Bf V'sh V e "r- The triumphant lolls from °' 0r lhp *><"•> lmve •«*" H'clr Nine UKermcn Ikick | native son. Hi-nry Cotton, «•!« the While LaElic. who held down '« B »«s!) O];en. Fred I'crry annex Ihe Crimson Tide tackle post, for three I Wimbledon singles and help mow- _ _ _„„ ijwov iui ii|it( . | Wimbledon years, 'hasn't haT\he~o\>i>oVlimTty dc<vn " lc Yn » kc(> Dnvls Cup amnd, to size up (lie football ability al 1 ml . Dl>ro lt>y Hound reixH Helen his pupils bill expects to net some idea of their relative strength next week. Nine lelter mm will be back for Laslie to utilltl his leani around. , Tlpton, Moslcy, Purtle, Locke. Liml- mul Jacobs In ihe Wimbledon women's singles. Now they're shouting thai T. O. M. already Is down In the back us the gr?nl v \-!:o'll cop Ihe cup classic fey, ninckweil. Limsford. Biogdon I 1 . 1 " 1 cilrl bntk lo England (he mug nnd Hood form the' nucleus ofi". mt iias b - e " i'C|>osl]i|t in the tro- vcternn material althotiEh a mini-1 JV' y ronm ° r lllc Nt ' w York Yacht ber ol newcomers. graduates of the Ullb CVC1 ' s!nw ll wfls 1™' up f°'' Papoose squad nnd former grid-1™'" 1 °"'. ders returning to school are count-' ^' 1P America's Cujt Is sn!d lo be ed on heavily to start the Chicks ' "' f ° Wcs '" InU'riiiitloiinl trophy buck no toward the grid heights : CO! " |)<:tCl1 for b V th<> U'lllcil Stales this fall | ni111 Eiijjliiml. They've even lost e » L ' c ? IIUC ' Old Albion they can be developed commo'loi jesl remains lo be seen.l, vm i I( .-|.' (n Incidenlally a pair of .more or' trnct ' less nnnoliced i)rosi:ccts.'arc By Harry Grayson i Above.' Is a rlosrup of (lie America, which broke Knglnml'n suiiicmiicy of (he sens, In so fur as Mill Duals lire runrrrncd, in JH31 liy beating Ihe. best liiilisli cicnllous to win dm America's Cup, shown In the miter. Inset nt loft Is (ho late Sir I'lionuis whosu Shamrock V, on (he left, lost (he l.i.st (he, Aiiwrlrn** Cup race ill HMO. The America's Cui> is worth $!», but ¥30,000,IHK> has been S|K'iit in construcliiif; and galling i-liallcnjciiij; niwl ililojidlnK craft. T. O. JJ. Kninvfili, nirplmie bulliler ami sw<- tcat i , !ias l uji the tiuUcu vtlitic Lli>tou JulJ it donu. Cowboys Turn Back All-Stars tn Commercial League Finale •Whether into the ore Stevens formed n In New York, nnd n con- let to Ocorge Steeis. sot pectcd to make Rnydcr nnd Burns get up nnd hustle if they expect to'set the call. Purlle, the red-headed demon, will be back at center more than likely but there's another redheaded boy who Ls fairly raring for Pintle's Job so the big firecracker will have to bear down nil the way. Heavy l.lne Expected If Ihe Chick line stacks up as it should (he locals will have n forward wall. In beef at least. Hint will match anything you'll find nt Joncsboro, Parasould or with other ancient rivals. There is little chance,'however that the bnckflcld will pack much dynamite. Tint It. should boast n set of elusive, hard running performers with an aerial nlark second. to none in this section. When it comes to hurling the plfesfc'nr at -n fast running object Mosley takes n back seat to no passer, in northeast Arkansas. The problem may be to develop such pass snatchcrs as Bid Wilson to take care of the receiving end. The opening of the practice session will find Charlie Brosdon In better shape than he has even . been. Charlie, considered a fine . English shipbuilder, but an of [in •American citizen, io build a boat. Sle?]?;' /jnnl projection was a schooner rigged crnfl, 11)2 feet in length, and rated nt no tons. She was chtLstenctt "America' 1 aixl was off for England under the guidance of Caiit. Dick Brown, nnd under her ovrn sail. Once on tie other side, n challenge was'issued to meet any or all I yachts in English waters, but no attention was paid. Commodore I Stevens (lien entered the America In a race around the Isle of Wight ivgalnst n British craft. The Unileil Slates entry walked <Mf with that 53-mtle contest. beat- Ing its closest competitor over the finish line by eight mlniilcs. Thus on Barnes hard .smash. ] Taylor, 'Jb Locke blasted his homer in Uie : Kc t[inger. 2b Robinson collected two more in KI lover. Ib the first half of the filth on three | Ciuitlill, Ib hits and Holland's only pass. ' Lceke, 3b BY J. P. FRIEND up on wild C. L. Statistician when Webb Robinson D:ug. winners of the Commercial Softball lltle. last light demonstrated to approxlm-j nlcly 1000 funs lhal Iheir championship was no fluke by defeating Ihe All-Stars, composed of ' out- Mniullni,' players from the other seven teams, by a score 61 10-8. The ::Cowboys" collected thirteen hits off three star pitchers. John Holland, brilliant Enst Arkansas hurlcr, tolled the first five Innings, giving up six hits ad five j throw him out, Roush counting, rims. He wns followed by Charles ltimcr (Ms Clcncrous Scruggs, speed ball merchant of Llbcrlv dish Grocers. The champions found lite delivery lo their liking, cracking out lour hits 'and n.s many scores In two frames. Dan Warrington. Pastime's youlhful ace, Rimer, p (ianske. cf Parker, rf lloush, 2b I TIGERS TOUT Totals All Star;; pitches nnd . scored i Barnes, If threw the ball away Terry, ss 40 13 27 10 I All II I'O A i •1 1 1 1 ' 3 0 3 2 j .2150 Parker singled for his second Iluiish walked. Webb singled. P.ir^ ker scored ns Friend dropped Glover's throw In n collision nt the Mosley, cf J. Applebaum, sf , L. Applebaum, sf xMoore ' plate. Galloway fouled out to Glov- I Broaden, rf er. Taylor niade u nice stop of j Friend, c 1'Otlcr's uvoumlcr l«it. couldn't I Browning, c Holland, p xx\V. Lutes | Blunkiiuj them foi ! Rimer suddenly lost four sight of finished the gumc giving up three hits nnil allowing the last rim.- Rlmtr, 'Muff Srrt Vevnon Hnner further established himself as an outstanding softball pitcher, who should cut quite n "shldiddle" nt the Stale Softball tournament at Conway next week, by holding the luminaries to eight , — L. scattered lilts. Tendency to wlld- i isle of Wight race, but il eventu-' ness, especially during the closing was sold to an Irish yacl-tsman shortly niter It won the ally found I Is way "avy. During th; Civil Wur she served as a Confederate blockade "inner. Aflcr lhal she passed Into r.cn. Bonjnml Butler's family and finally became the property of niit- •er Ames. Far years she "has been sept at Annapolis. | The 14 series have Involved 3G i races. America captured 33 of Inlo Ihe u. s.(cantos, marred his otherwise splcn- ' did performance. He struck out nine and handed out seven base on balls. Basil LocUe (East Arkansas) partially gained revenge against his former mates and provided the high spot In the All-Star at- He bids fair to shake his jinx ol Injuries and sickness, this fall for the first time. Basil Locke, In the estimate of many, packs more power per pound than any other back on the squad.. With it goes shifllnefs nnd speed that may make him one of the mosl feared ball carriers on the team this fall. Blackwell has the natural ability and football Instinct for a star Kinsman If Laslie can .spare him from the backfield lo learn up with Dick Tiplon. At this lime prospccl. has been the prize hard' (n( , 3( luck target for a couple of years.' • T^ ,'mn .1 • "'"•' ' Tn _IB70. the first race after the! was the fact "'us victory in 1851. the yncbt. Cambria, sailed j against the New York Yacht Club •fleet nnd finished eighth while the American craft. Magic, won. The following year the Columbia won . two and lost one to the British tack by poling a mighty swat to centerfield for a home run. The Livenla. and the Sappho defeated only race between only unfortunate part for the stars that the bases were empty when he hit came. The litle third sacker also turned In n line fielding game. In an effort to win Cnptnln W. H. "Tiny" Glover used twenty players. Including four pinch hit- thcj Wairingioii i> ast halt of the fifth j xxxxM.irshn'll when the All-Stare denied the| rubber for their first tallies. Louis j Totals NEW YORK, Aug. 31. — Max Schmeling pounds Walter Ncu.sel until his tall, blond countryman i is forced to surrender uncondltlon-1 ally, while seated In his .corner, and the repercussion is ' heard | throughout the resin realm. I It was a signal victory for I Schmeling—first proof that Max Baer dm not knock all the fight ,out of the Black Uhlan in the Yankee Stadium ring that baking June night of last year, The re-cstobllshment of Schmeling is welcome news to promoters land the German's contemporaries, | fur the very good reason thai the • Prc(7el Pounder still is perhaps 'ihe most magnetic attraction In 1 the game. Baer. with al) his clout and color, has yet to outdraw the ibiifiness-like beak busier of Bad] Sarrow. The present plan is for Baer to ake another whack at Primo Camera next June. Camera probably can be rebuilt, and the chain- p'.on figures the assignment just another night's work. It also Is likely (hat the articles for their June meeting called for a rematch in the event that the title changed hands, or that there was a gentlemen's agreement at least. But there would be a. much greater demand for a return Baer- Schmeling scrap than a Baer-Carnera meeting, for which there is none at all. If Schmeling belted out or decisively defeated the winner of the bout between Art Lasky nnd Steve Hamas, now set for the Sunken Garden on Sept. 27. Jacobs Charged With Error Lnsky no doubt will be made the choice over Hamas and his football legs, and, if the Jewish Jar- jrer of Minneapolis clicks, a con- between him and Schmeling i would be. another gigantic, with ( thc racial angle doing it no harm. Only hesitant managers can pre_ - i vent the big boys from collecting Lome.' Irom De-J Jome of tlle more important money. If they are wise, they'll chuck lEliElE EIEIT 1 COLFEjIS —.— Money Players From St. Louis, Little Rock and Memphis Will Participate An ' 'open tournament wlih a "J500 plus" prize Is being planned for the • last week in September at the Blytheville country club, Finul plans-have not been com- • pleted-and trfe, .exact <iate Is still In "doubt but nrrangemelits have progressed to Ihe point wlierc it is certain that ^he tournament will be held. Such a tourney, to be called the Tri-Slate Open, is expected to attract scores of professional and amateur golfers Jrom Memphis, Little Rock, St. LouH and points in Mississippi and Kentucky. The tournament will come at a time when many professionals from the north will be on llieir way south to winter events and will probably receive a number of entries from some of the well known pro players of the country. Entries of pros from St. Louis, Memphis. Litile Rock and Mtal.isippl points have already been assured. A pursof of $500" will be oRered to be subject to an increase de- Fending on the number of entries for the event. The Blytheville course is a lengthy layout that will afford ample opportunity for testing the wood shots as well as the iron shots of even the best of golfers. The Tri-State Invitation tournament lor amateurs ivas staged over the course this summer with Junie McDowell, local ace. running away from a large field. I Bengals i i hind; Gomex in Win of Season 23rd Applcbaum, who relieved his uro- lexl round lo run the count to 5-3. Charlie Scruggs took the hill in the sixth and walked Brnjulon aivl Rimer. Oanske fouled to Glovjv who leaned over and made a niie catch to double Rimer off fust.' Hits by Webb. Potter, Blackord and Brogdon, n pass to Galloway and Crowe's force netted four x Batted for L. Applebaum in 8th. xx Batted for Holland in 5th. xxx Baited for Scruggs in 7th. xxxx Batted for Warrington in Qlh. By innings: Robinson Drue 003 020 410—10 C. L. All Stars 000 021 ,203-- 8 Summary:—Runs — Terry, Ket- tlnger. I,ocke, Browning 3. W.Lutes, B. Liiirs. Crowe. Callaway, Potter. the first iialf of the seventh and ] Blackard, Cianske 2. Parker 2 put the game on Ice.' | Roush 2. Rims batted in—Barnes B. l.ulc* Comes Through j 2, Kcltinger 2. Caudill 2, Locke, The All-Stars kept pecking away,, B- Lutes, Webb 3, Crowe '2, Potter though, and sent two more over 2- Blackard. Brogden, Roush. Home the pan In their half on Blackard's • runs—Lockr. Two base hits—B errors, B. Lutes pinch hit double. Lutes, Potter. Double plays-Glover a bulls on balls and Webb's error. | (unassisted). Locke to Kettinger. The Cowboys' final run came In Base on balls—oil Holland 1- oil eighth on singles by Parker,; Scruggs 2. oil Warrington 2, off the "We wuz robbed!" after Sharkey had captured the crown on a highly debatable decision. Jacobs publicly declared that Schmeling never again would appear under the Garden banner as 'em in there, and let the bulks fell Hong as Johnston was associated The Detroit Tigers defeated the Cleveland -Indians 6 to 1 yesterday to continue on toward an American league championship although the New York Yankees, in second place, also grabbed a victory. , Tigers were trailing wilh- run until the seventh in- The out a ning when they counted two runs and the eighth when they added Fischer and Hogsett four .more. worked for the Tigers, giving up seven hits. Pearson, Harder Hudlin were the Clevelanu hurlers. The Yankees won easily from the Senators with Lefty Comez where they may. Every time Schmeling's name bobs up I think of how Joe Jacobs outsmarted himself in permitting Bner to put in is oar in the first place. The little man with the big cigar probably would not have made the mistake had not he and Schmeling seen the Butterfly Butcher with the corporation created by Tex Rickard. Soft Bill League Wrecked When Little Joe fot' wind that the Garden planned to pah- Baer and Camera in a match the survivor of which would be perfectly suitable as an opponent for Sharkey, he hastily Baer. moved to tie. up Boy clown through ten rounds with | Prof. Billy McCarney urged Ja Johnny Rlsko in Cleveland shortly ' before the Ferocious Frankfurter stopped Young Stribling on the shore of Lake Erie in July, 1931. Schmeling is the only pugilist cobs to eat a bit of crow, and ac- Frankfurter cept a third edition with Sharkey. Jacobs perhaps could have obtained a little better than the custom- who ever rejected a crack al the heavyweight championship—in his case an opportunity to regain it turning in his 23rd victory of' the \'° m ^ he mm who took jt awav season. Gomez allowed but fivcl ° m m ' hits as' he turned the Nats back. Weaver was ihe losing pitcher. Bube F^uth got into the game and made two hits and two runs. No other major league games were played yesterday. Jacobs was mad at Jimmy Johnston, the Garden ringmaster. Their difficulties date quite a few years back, and Jacobs felt that Schmel| ing was shortchanged the June I night ol 1932, when he shouted, ary challenger's share, but Little Joe was adamant. A partnership of years'• standing was torn asunder as the result. Schmeling passed up Sharkey, with whom he had drawn J1.252,- COO in two starls, and a contest in which he would have stood an excellent chance of becoming the first heavyweight to regain the wreath, to battle Baer—and be knocked kicking. Ills third, nnd Crowe, n walk to Gnnske and Terry's error. A fine double play by Locke throttled a promising rally In the final. Base on balls lo Browninc, Barnes and Terr)', Kettinger's force Rimer 7. Struck out—by Holland *'• Rln «r 9. Hits and" runs—off Holland C hits. ' runs In 5- off Scruggs. 4 hits. 4 runs in 2- oft* Warrington. 3 hits. I run in •> ters. Only B. Lutes, who cracked ,,. - —1-1— '.^^«WM out a double and scored a nm, Livonia In the only race between came through with n safe blow.l lwo ' | W. Lutes drew n base on balls. • In 1876. Madclln defeated t!:c, Recce Moore fanned. O A. Mnr- canadian Countess of Dnffcrin, a shall lined out lo Roush. «)3l from the Dominion thai had | Holland Rrlir« 7 In Row the first 7 men to land ran Into his - — Jimniy-Teny lall- thc Puritan won two from the! crt lo come up wlih Oanske's rounder. Parker followed wlih tlic rst hil. n single to center. Joe plcbiimn got under Polish's pop y but dropped . it. filling (he ases. Webb lapped a slow roller own the third base" line. In at- empting to throw to the plate lolland heaved wildly ns Ganskc into him. The runner and .. — „ „ Losing pitcher—Hollimd. Errors— and Cnudills single scored (hrec in' Tcrr 5' 3 - Locke. J. Applebaum, Friend, Holland. Bnrnes, Webb 2, Blackard. Umpires — J. Frank Adams. John Smith. Louie Isaacs Dick Tiplon. At this time however.' r, lm l»n>»"on thai had Holland Reti it looks like Blackwell will be hold- j , " llp tllc sln( J °' England. Aftcr retiring I Ing down the fullback position nn-1 .„," , '• lllc Mischief and Oracle fn « him. Holla lers a surprise is in store. I'l'eo- .1 " Ic p all!u " n » Atalanta. In j error jinx when Travelers Lose to Baron Struss Charged Eighth Defeat. s; With The Memphis Chicks defeated British Galatcn. In 1881. ihe Volunteer took a pair from the British Thistle. In 1893 Vigilant won three from tlw Brit- ifh Vnlkyric. In 1595. Defender won two irom British Valkyrie III. 189D. there entered t!:c most picturesque figure In the history of Renting to takj over the search for victory against America's monopoly of the cup. He was Sir Thomas Liplon, the genial Irishman, who was beloved by the world for his sportsmanship. Liptcn tried five times to lift the mug. spading more than »5,000.- the league Pelicans of lion, 3 to stone vrtis Messenger leading New Orleans the Southern associa- Touch- pl tchcr. 2. yesterday, the winning loser. /.,... . ^ *"'MI »J,WW,WO In construction nnd sailing of five Shamrock challengers only lo bok in defeat to the American craft Columbia, twice. Reliance, Resolul and Enterprise. Tre last, race was held In 1930 being the . The ..Little Rock Travelers werei sn d saw Upton making his last bic on the losing end of a game with wlt » his Shamrock V. Tne Enter the Barons of Birmingham. The| prl f« mowed down his boat in lou Pehs made but three hits oil Scott v| ctories, and his friends sal dtha and Moore. Struss was the losing moundsman, the score was 9 'to Z. It was- Struss' 18lh loss. •The AtUnta Crackers defeated tht Kuoxvllle Smokies l to 0 In '••burling .duel. Schmidt vras the wtamh- »nd Rleth*n llw loner, these defeats broke his heart an brought on the ailment lliat som time after resulted in his death. With Lipton • gone, England wa. Ma loss for a cup challenger. .But another Sir Tom has arrived Sopfclth I. l.ne Parker came in on ihe play. Webb going to second. Webb was out at .he plate when Terry erred on 3rowe's grounder and recovered Housh scored on the play, her Joe. drew a walk. ~Brogdor lowed lo Blackard. 'Herbert irowning. win? took Friend's place behind Ihe plate, forced Louis. C Lutes, plhch hitting f or Holland also drew four balls. Both me Don't Fnrgtt CaucHI's Agency General Insurance Ihe All-Star's last threat but Locke missed a fast third slrike (o end the game. Marshall Blnckard made a dc- ghtful diving catch of Terry's 1 liner -In the third, making H omcrsnult after completing the I atch. Browning taxed a throw to I econd in the eighth and then ran Vebb dotvn to mnkc the putout. In Ihe field meet Ilia! preceded ie game the winners were: 'W. I. Glover, lungo hitting: Marshall llnckarrt. throwing' from outlWld; I V F. Brogdon. circling the bases: 'antes Terry, going down to )ir~ fter a bunt; Marsh Cnlloway, Jr 0 nnd 100 yard dash; Dick Potter' hrowing contest for catchers (only nlry). The box score: toblnsim l>rujf ^5 u p^ ^ Webb, 3b '5213 Crowe, ss 5124 Galloway. Ib 1140 Polter. c 4291 Blackard, ct 5120 Brogden, If 3 2 3 n Give Us Your Order for COAL noiv while delivery, cost Is the lowest. We handle Red Ash, Monta- vallo. Ark. Smokeless. New River, Manchester. Zeiglcr. Kentucky and Dcrtiistcd Buckwheat for stokers GAY & BILLINGS Phone 70 last Time Today Want Ads. Mat. Nite 2:30, 7:00, 10-25c J0-35c Brseball SUNDAY, SEPT. 2 U. S. ENGINEERS of Osceola iCooke's Goldbluwel of Memphis; ( (Happy Foreman's Team) Osceola BallPark 3.30 P. M. The last game between these teams resulted in a' 7-7 tie when Die game was called on account of darkness. 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