The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1936 · Page 6
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•:PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1936 j The Story of the Derby Wnpers_ToJfl In Pictures TffiiJSTES Two Performers on To- nighl's Mat Card Strangers to Fans Here. St. Loins Chicago New York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Philadelphia Boston — lircoklvn , Spring Grid Practice To BeginJToday Spring football practice is for the ,Chkka- ir * OAft * " ."w^mi 1/1 n\ ,2 o S sc'wduled to begin today '!•,° '"" 5!UV5 ' undefeated nhd untied In 1034 and 1035 nnd co-claimants of the Arkansas hlvh school title In 1935 \vllh' yie Pine Bluff ( Zebras. recently accepted tlie position of head football coach at [he Unl- verslly of Mexico, at Mexico City. Girls Soft Ball Loop To Open^Season May 11 The nlythevllle girls .Softball league season will oi>en Monday, May 1) instead of tonight as had been originally planned. Jack Applebamn, president of the league, which plans a schedule to extend through the sum- i Jiier. KV '}. i'. nunxn Four sturdy scrj.s of the grunt ..and groan came, feature Promoter ' Mike Mcroney's weekly American ' Legion -iTfstling program tonight nt the Armory. Hc-ading tlie list are P.oy Welch. , Hie bad, bad boy n( the mnl 'grime, nnd vomit Charley Lr.y lien, Chicaso, III, one of tin fastest nml scientific I'.ixippler ever lo appear here. Welch meel Hex (Texas) Mobley, Amnrllki, Texas, iu (he lea tun* event, while the- Chicaguan faces another And 70.000 rare-mad spectators roar stranger to tlie local fans. .lo-.' perfect slarl. llrcvlly, the favorllo, !.i Ester.. Philadelphia, l'n.. In llu- Initial contest. The winner In both mnlchos will be decided by Hie two full i'oVtc, wllh a ninety minute tlnii limit, and Vi'lll pi't under -.MIV • promutly nt fl:lf>. ' Action, silled v;itli cipital |:t- tera and plenty ol II, nml a ca|>nclty crowd me expected nt the , oi'eniii'j'.s entertainment. Welch, former public enemy No.. 1, nml regarded rs oiu? of thf'j most capable .wrestlers in 'Ilil* section, always draws in Ihe c.iih customers bi'cai'so Iliey knc" t!iu1 when 113 h In the rlc.j 11 fireworks will be sol oil. • .e lias "^lecn campaigning In tlie middle .central .stales, nnd has linen Ilo;)- ptiig 1 them with regularity, Tlie matchmaker, tu making th? tv.iUch \vllh Mcblcy, said there has been quite a bit of rivalry between the two. and looks like a "natural." The Texan, new In IhesJ parts, Is of the same type— rough and ready, willing to try anything—and has proven one of : tlie most uopt'lar men on-.the circuit. Especially do the fans like to sec him In action In native slate. I-ij'clen I'll Charley' t^tydcu made a special plea to return lo Blylhcville this week. Many or the fans seemed to belittle his recent victory over Joe Uillmau, the glided Greek. two weeks ago. With n fall apiece, Dlllman linel been taking exception to tlie relcrcclug by Mike ..Mcroncy, and went, so fai- ns openly, accuse Mike of favoring Ills protegee. When he turned his back to argue the mies- tion Layden look advantage of the situation, knocking Ihe Greek lo Ihe floor and falling on him with ft body sti-adille to win. Lnyden is a finished product, lie Is. fast, shifty, and quite agile for a big man—he weighs 190 pounds—and is a serious young man while hi the ring. -Joe Esles, who matches grips and grains <^{[\\ him, is ft product of the Es;t. where he learned Ihc ABC's of, the mat sjwvl. He hasn't been In the South very s the Held of 14 of the nation's finest thoroughbreds nprlni; nw.iy lo a Kentucky nt'Vby bunded l:> his knees, but dashes on. Follow the horses urovml In the G2nd running of the race! American League W..I,. Pet. Hoston ' 13 New York .'... \'>, Cleveland 10 Detroit 9 Washington 11 Chicago 0 Philadelphia '... C 3 15 .084 Ml .588 .5D3 .550 .400 .353 .107 j Coach Carney Laslie. former' Alabama University Crimson Tide star, svho has coached the Chicks the past two seasons will be in charge as the Chicks start (he spring grind in fundamentals. The -spring practice period is limited to two weeks. Charles Marr, former Pine IMulT and Alabama University football star and one time protege ol J. B. "Ears" Whltworth, was here today as n guest of Laslie, a. former teammate, nnd it was anticipated that he would remain here a few days to aid Laslie spring practice drills. Man- Baseball Results Southern League Memphis 4, Chattanooga 1. Knoxvllle 3-4, ^ittle Rock 5-10. Birmingham 9, Nashville 0. New Orleans 5, Atlanta 0. Hold Venture, on the riding his first Derby rail, by n head; Prcvlty place; Indian 11 room show, six lengths behind the winner Jockey Ira Hanford start, enriches Owner Morton I,. Schwartz by 535,125, the winner's share of the puni'e. Time of 2:03 3-5. was third fns test In history. . '•.'.'•"• By Harry Gray son lonj. but lor the lime, he shown thnt he knows his alxiut the ring. has way Pollai-d Is Best Cl ul) Gol I'cr In Sunday's Evculs W. ,T. Pollard showed Ihc way to other Blyiheville country club golfers in both the low gross atuV low net events on the club's Sunday program. Pollard won the low gross, actual score wilhoul handicap allowance, with a total of 80 strokes for 18 holes and won the low net, with handicap allowance, with n total of 13 strokes Tlve comse was nol In its usua' good condition which accounted for scores being higher than usual, according to Richard licins- nia, club pro. Some of the fairways were unusually rough because equipment for a broken mower was not received In time 16 preirare them for the event. In second place In Ihe low- gross division was John Lenti with an 83 and B. A. Lynch was third with an 89. •'— .In the low net ;jlay Bernard Ctocoh -was seco..d to Pollard with 91 strokes and a 14 handl- paj> for a total of 77 strokes. Three were in a tie for third place. O. O. Caiidill wllh 03 nml n H handicap for 79, Byrou XVwse with 00 and an 11 handicap for 79 and Tom Florida with S5 and a 16 handicap for 19. NRW YOHK.—There Is notlilni; vindictive In Lcroy Pnrmelce's nature, but he musl have derive;! nit : 'jh -.satisfaction out of sliitdlnij his old pals, Curl llubboll nnd the Giants, in that iT-limlng thriller In St. Louis. Although the New York club ob- lalncd n badly needed second baseman In exchange for Parmelee, the fact remains lhat Bill Terry gave up on the large right- hander when (lie Giants collapsed for Ihe second consecutive season last sunnuer. After having been nssoclated with the methodical Olnnis for seven years and a member of lhat orderly array's Uig Fouv—lliib- bell, Schumacher, FU/.slnimons nnd Parmelec—for throe, tilt mlld-inanncrcd Parmelec was « bewildered when he clicckei 1 in at the Hradenlon camp of tin rollicking Redblrds this ' spring. Pitching n g a i n s I them hai taught. Pannelee that Hie Cardinals \vcve not tugged the Ons House Gang for nothing, but th" Michigan farm boy who studiei to be a professor didn't know wha thc-olher-sidc-of-the-lracks base ball was until he rubbed elbow with Frank Frlsch. the Lh-ans. Pepper Martin. Vegetable Man Medwick, Ripper Collins, nnd Leo Dt'rocher. "Tlie Cardinals are cra/y. but It's great to be on their side," rc- mnrkcd Parmelec at the time. Nothing lias happened since lo cause him to chnnge his mind. * • * I'armelcc Attributes Shnuri lo Vcar of llcarl Trouble Asked what struck him as the nost pronounced dllTerence be- wccn the Cardinals and Giants. Hnnnelce dies one of the pritici- seuictlnies when I was oirt I here In the box 1 ihorglil I was going to die. Vlo you remcmbei' thai awfully hot day in St. l-ouls last summer when Hal Schumacher collapsed In the llrsl gumc ol n double-header? I helped carry him from the field, f thought he was dead. * * * Doi-lor's Assurance Cilvcs Cards Anolher Moutul Slur.. "I'd been worrying nbout my I look my pulse. I 1 was iusl n faint- llnller. I fel* weak the stomach. I (old Terry, lie laughed nnd said that I wns worried on account of Schumacher. wnsi but 1 pitched the. second game nnd won, 13 lo 2, Today's Games Southern League Memphis at Nashville. New Orleans at Knoxvlllc. Birmingham at AUantn. Only games. National League Chicago 8, Philadelphia Innings). I»itlsburgh G, Brooklyn 5. New York 1, Cincinnati Innings). St. Louis li, Brooklyn 2. 'KEROSENE 7c IN BARRKL LOTS GAS 8c A MARTIN OIL CO, Slcclc, Mo. 24 Hour Now IxjciiU-d ut 101 North Secon'l ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EIJWAKDS, I'ropi-ietor All muku of rebuilt Typewriters, Adding MacnlDc* uid CU- culaton—Uepalrine—Parta—Ribbons American I.eajrue Chicago 8, Philadelphia 4. Hoston 6, Detroit 4. Cfcvclimd 3, Washington 0. New Vork 14, St. Louis S. Texas, with more than 10,430 miles of railroads, lends all other states in this respect. Local Manager Wanted UY AKT KHKNX NEA Service Gulf Writer I oflen hnvii heard (he rcmnrk: 'I can tlo It better my own way." Golfers who figure that way j have faults so deeply etched into Lheir swing that to do 11 the right way requires tension. This type of player 'Is 1111- nware of the fact that details ol the swing thivt have been Nalinnal League I'hilaclelphia at Chicago. Hoston at St. Louts. New York at Cincinnati. Brooklyn nt Pittsburgh. thinking every nihuitc Hint I wa.s going to die. "I didn't go to a doctor be- cnusc I was afraid thnl he'd lei' me lhat my heiirt was bad. Lasl winter 1 mnclc ii]> my .mind thai there was no use In going on llki llwt. I went- to the best hear specialist In Toledo. He told me that I. bud n heart like im ox; lhat it wns perfect. Nerves were causing my troubles. "Now that I know thai there Is nothing wrong with me, I'm n new innn." Terry nnd the Giants will testify to that, and Frlsch and the Cardinals, who kicked nway Taiwan's first two starts, aver that a half dwell other National league cutflts will be convinced at the earliest opportunity. Read Courier News Classified Ads. RllSSell Mosley Second taught him arc permitted lo lake In State 880 Yard Run Slate Liners Win Over Osceola Loop Team, 6-1 Harry Bailey's Arkansas-Missouri state line semi-pro ball club defeated Ihe psccola. Indians, of the newly organized Northeast Arkansas league, G to I, In a game at the state line ball park Sunday afternoon, Tlie Indians' league season begins Thursday, May 7. Lutes went the route on the mound for the state line club, giving up but eight hits while Lawrence and Rhineburg hurled for. Cxcola, siting up 10 lilts Each team mode one error. Howerton with three out of five and Barker with four out of five led the Bailey batters while Wil- son'«ith two,blows led the Osce- cla attack. pal reasons why the hustlers from Sportsman's Park have bagged five National Leagve- pennants nnd Ihrce world championships nut! twice finished second in 10 cam- iniigns while tlie. Polo Grounders have twice shown a positive dislike for distance. "The Cardinals fight Imdcr than the Giants,"' says "rtmuetc; "They get mad when they make mistakes. Bui 'when t> game finished they forget It quickly and Russell Mosley registered the only points Blytheville scored in the state track and field meet at. Little Rock Friday and Saturday by finishing second In -the finals of the 880 yard'rim Saturday afternoon. ' Mosley finished behind a Little Rock track star but ahead of the other entrants In the race. Walker of Blylhevllle qualified for the 220 yard dash but failed place by the experts, wlio have grooved swing ,and nol cause* to take place, as in tlie OIL-C o :he Inexperienced player. The player that has this altl lude will bit thousands of balk play numerous rounds of gol and practice the rest of his life and it will be Impossible for hiu to bring his average swingim; will certain faults. lo ulace In the finals. Little Rock walked away with American League • Detroit at lioslon. St. Louis nt New' York. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago nt Philadelphia. l I 1 Everything for Your Entertainment and Comfort Last Time Today Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur in lr. Deeds Goes To Town' Fur a mount \c\vs and Selected Shorts —A tl mission— MiUinrc— 1ft \ 25c— With Ic T;ix Night—10 A- 35e—Willi lc Tax All Hens lay/#£>#egos! ALL Cigarettes are not FRESH! TUESDAY, MAY 5 275 RANK NIGHT! Aldvidge will meet horn. They are Other preliminary bouts M. J. T. Sea- Ware. 145 nounds, ijiiue HOCK WIUKCU «»"J "•"• ][ nn k HO nounds thle- roimrK- sweepstakes honors inline meet.' Davl ,j' ,, rc ,, m!m \' M )x>im ^ "^ | Dennis Moore, rounds; John (lounds, vs. pounds, three rounds. to amuse them- grcnt gang lo think of ways selves. They're be with." Parmclce gives a fresh slant on why he lost his effectiveness when the Giants needed him worst in 1935 nnd why in 1934 he failed to live up to the promise he shoved in helping tlie New York ers to Ihe nag the year before. " ba< wh Negro Middleweights in Match at School Tonight Shannon Little and •-..Walter Valkins, local negro middleweight^, ill headline a boxing card at he colored school here tonight. The sis round fight 'will be ref- recd by Olio Young. In a four round semi-final Floyd "I believed that I had a heart," explains Parmclce, hasn't a tall tole in his makeup "I said nothing to anyone, bi Russia t»lce has tried lo Mint pJntlnum as the n'atlonal coinage, but nbindoned bo'lli attempts. 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