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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 15, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Page sex Blytheville. Alk courier mews vet shortstops prove Haro to keep ii Bem soviet Russia greatest sports Star a world stopping amazing series Short heroes stage comebacks. By Harr v or Al son sports editor Nea nerdier a half dozen former world series heroes All shortstops Are staging Fine comebacks in the majors this season Rabbit a ran Ville of the braves and Charley Gelbert of the cardinals overcame the greatest obstacles Mark Koemig of the giants i Tommy thevenow of the pirates Ossie Bluege of the senators and bloody Ryan of the Phillies Are the others who have taken new leases on their baseball lives. Maranville a Star of the 1914 world series Between the braves end the athletics and a leading performer in the fall fashion show of 1928, which featured the Yankees and cardinals returned to the game this year after having been on tile shelf nil last season because of a leg fracture suffered in a Spring exhibition game. Maranville 42 and luckily trying to Start his 23rd season on big time limped about pitiable at St Petersburg this Spring. Everybody Felt sorry for him and said lie did no to have a Chance. But with the Start of warm weather the Rabbit broke Back into tin1 braves lineup. He Hasni to played a great Deal but bus put up a Nice Brand of Ball while on the firing line. Glover Puckett pacing hitters pastime Pilot builders aces showing Way to soft Ball batters. Our boarding House a v Alu Nua \ t july 15, i.y85 by Altern in vast red Square Moscow where the soviet chiefs have so often displayed their military preparation the youth of Russia 110.000 Strong gave a monster Demotis rut Ion of physical fitness before Jose Stalin hundreds cd Young athletes Are shown i one of the most colourful episodes of the display. Forming a huge human background against which a five pointed Star is outlined. Gelbert a comeback heroic Gelbert broke in As shortstop or the cardinals in 1929 the former football luminary stood out in the world series the following year hitting .353 against the athletics. Just when he had struck his full stride Gelbert met with a Hunting Accident thai would have ended the careers of 99 out of too athletes. His leg was riddled by a blast from a Shotgun. But Gelbert like thevenow before him refused to give up. Alter being on the voluntary retired list for two campaigns he got Back into the lineup this year. He started the season with an open wound in i114 leg but it since has healed. He has displayed much it Ina former ability while alternating with Leo Durocher it shortstop for the cardinals. He is hitting .333 Koenig shunted by the Yankees to Detroit in 1930, and believed through when shipped to the Mission coasters has been the spark plug of the giants this season. Koenig was brought Back to the majors by the cubs in the fall of 1932. And helped to Bat the Chicago outfit into the world series. The cubs let him go to Philadelphia. Which traded him to Cincinnati from which club lie was obtained by the giants last Winter. A world series luminary with the Yankees in 1927, when he hit .500, Koenig took a whirl at pitching with the tigers when h a Eye commenced to bother Hub glasses tailed to help him in Detroit but a 335 batting average with the missions gave him his Chance with tile cubs when Bill Jurgess was shot in 1932. With the Wrigley brigade Koenig lilt .353. He hit .272 Dor tile reds ail 1934 by Harry Grayson by Harry Grayson at last a heavyweight who really wants to fight just As often As he eau obtain profitable matches following his engage ment with King Levin sky in Chicago on Al g. 7. Joe Louis would tackle Mux Schmeling Iii september and Max Bari in curb october ii other or both of the latter Are unavailable Johnny Risko w ill be accept a by in de troit. The rubber m in has been signed to Box lout in the Young negro s Horn a City on s Temer a Fred Clarke tile old Pittsburgh out hider and manager was the first to Wear Sun glasses. He patented those which flip up under the Cap Bill Anoil Hoffman save Flint a Bael will a heavyweight Champion again but that it May be buddy instead of Max the manager of tile pail says that buddy hits Bardel limn Max. And it is unnecessary for him to add that the younger member of tile family takes Bider care of himself and has More balance Sam Parks asserts that the practice Green at Oakmont demoralized most of the protes Ionnis in the United states open because ii was even faster than tie regular surfer s son All More than 50 years of age. Would by it difficult to repel it is a broken Finger on his left hand Hunt is keeping Freddie Lind Fitros out of the cubs lineup the flesh Between the Finger.-, also was torn when Tim hand was struck by a Ball pitched by cd Blanton of the a pirates How they stand w Southern fragile w i. Pct. Hilanto. 54 37 593 Memphis. 51 37 .580 new Orleans 48 41 .539 nashville48 42 .533 Chattanooga 44 44 .500 Little Rock 39 46 .459 Birmingham 36 54 400 Knoxville. 34 53 391 National fragile w l. Pct. New York .51 22 .699 St. Lout. 46 29 .613 Chicago 45 32 .584 Pittsburgh 42 37 .532 Cincinnati. 42 .462 Brooklyn 33 42 440 Philadelphia 31 44 413 Boston 21 57 .269 american league Vav l. Pct new York. 48 28 .632 Detroit 49 32 605 Chicago 42 32 568 i Cleveland 39 36 520 Boston 41 38 .519, Philadelphia 33 42 440 Washington 33 44 429 j St louts 21 54 280 j i est Ling Royal to be staged in Arena near legion hut. Bluege tries new Tost thevenow has had ii us ups and Downs. Tommy was one of the i e roes of the 1926 world series i t tween the cardinals and Yankees he hit .417 in the big show for the cards. Then came an automobile Accident that threatened to put an end to thevenow a playing Days. He gradually regained his old form however first with the Phillies and then with the pirates. Toiling at thir base and shortstop for the hues this season he is hitting .271 and playing consistently in the Field. Ossie Bluege. Who participated in three world series with Washington. Was considered nothing More than a Utility Man this Spring. Cecil Travis had taken his old Job at third base. Bluege buckled Down and grabbed a new berth at shortstop beating out Lyn Lary and red Kress. He is such a splendid defensive player that he was named on the american leagues All Star team. Blondy Ryan did t appear to have even a slogan when the giants traded him to the phils during the Winter but he has bounced Back nicely under the guidance of Jimmy Wilson. The Irish youth. Who piffle so brilliantly for the giants in the 1933 series with Washington is hitting .258. There never was anything wrong with hts Fielding. Alter what Maranville Gelbert Koenig thevenow Bluege and Ryan have accomplished this season it might Well be said that while a Good shortstop May be Down he s never out. Injured athlete gets Kangaroo tendons Alfred n. Y. It up a Kangaroo tendons were substituted for those of an Alfred University student who was injured in a wrestling match Here recently. The operation was successful in All respects it was reported. Read courier news want ads. National leagues Wain pitchers Heady with Bien circuit beater la we .sucre, times. National Lea clue player want their mantis irs s nip to have i pitchers selected for service ready for the annual All stud Gam Van Ling in Mungo is unable to account for a bruised Finger on his pitching hand win Ali is keeping him on the sidelines. It started to swell end let ii in As lie Brooklyn Ace was working in first the braves some Days ago it May be a month before fro Idle Fitzsimmons throw s again. The. Operation to which the giants Star submitted disclosed Idhe Rions As Well As a chipped Bone in the Elbow l Arry Snyder. W to coaches be a e Owens at oho stat regards he Brown Buckeye Bullet As the Arent est track athlete in the world but adds that Outing Enlace Peacock of his recent performances. 1 clip of a Coin might Well decide any race they run de Danowski. The former Fordham Back who 1 plays professionally with the new York giants and Josephine so to j Cinski. Of Jamesport. L. I., were quietly married at Riverhead l. I frenchy Bordagaray is one of the mighty few major leagues who likes to play at night. The Brooklyn Al Chaser says that in the Pacific coast league the fielders seemed to be a step slower enabling him to beat throws to first base. Today a games Southern league Memphis it Little Rock Birmingham at new Orleans Nashville at Chattanooga Only allies. National league Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York it Cincinnati Philadelphia at Chicago Boston at by loins open american Date league yesterdays results Southern league Memphis 13-8. Little Roek Knoxville 4-3 new Orleans -4 Nashville 5-1, 7-0 Atlanta 2-7 Llo. Birmingham Chattanooga 3-4 Detroit rare meeting suffers $45,000 deficit Detroit racing association dropped $45,000 on its Spring meeting which just closed betting failed to Rise with attendance figures. Albert Sainth is endeavouring to arrange a match race Between cavalcade and discovery for Hawthorne there is an excellent Chance for the horses which were Meh keen rivals As 3-year-Olds to meet in the Arlington Handicap on july 27 Carl Reynolds has been Riding the Rex sox Bench because of a sore Heel attend Ance of Only 3.000 at the red sox Homecoming was attributed to 25.000 turning out for the opening of the new $2,000,000 Suffolk Downs track in Baston. Jim Lon Das believes that three minute rounds with one minute rest periods would Speed up wrestling bouts. Olin Dutra has been appointed professional at the Wilshire country club los Angeles experts declare that a Long Island Polo team consisting of Devereux Milburn Watson Webb Boh Bullock Hod Malcolm Steven National league Cincinnati 9-4, Brooklyn 4-2 Pittsburgh 4. New York 2 Chicago 8, Boston 7. St Duns 5-10, Philadelphia 1-1 american league Chicago 3-4 new York 0-5. It Aston 14-2. Cleveland 3-2 second game called end tenth. Sunday Law. Philadelphia 4 Detroit 3 <10 innings. St Louis at Washington rain. Final preparations were being made today for a Large turnout of fans for the first open air wrestling program of the summer season tonight at the american legion s outdoor Arena near the legion hut on South second Street. Promoters expect a steady clicking of the turnstiles and the Grunt and groan fanciers arriving to see the a wrestling Royal Quot larded for tonight. Five of the roughest and Tonev est of the mid South Agency a mat performers will enter the ring to get her to Exchange blows make laces bite ears and incidentally Swap a few grips during the hectic a i air. It is doubtful if any referee will venture far into such a maelstrom As five grapplers with arms and feet in action can provide so anything and everything is Likely to go. Alter three of the Herd have been eliminated by various methods the two grunter remaining after the Quot survival of the roughest will take time out for rest and then get Back in the squared Circle having it All to themselves they will meet Over the two out of three fall route. The wrestlers Are Jimmy Block Jackie Fields Ace Freeman Jack Purdin and Ray Myers state line learn loses saturday wins sunday Harry Bailey a Booker to a lost to the Chi Brook tigers at Osceola saturday 6-2. The score was tied up until tin 7th inning when the Booker t. Shortstop made an error allowing two runs to come in. Yesterday the Booker tvs played the Senath red Birds. With the seem 2 to i against them tile Booker to a brought in four runs in the seventh inning to cinch the game. The final score was 7-3 or Bailey announced that the grand stand it the state line Park will be enlarged so that 5,- Tuo people May by seated in the near future Sandy Ridge defeats Sandy Grove club 9-3 Sandy Ridge Defeated Shady Grove 9 to 3 at Shady Grove sunday. Bledsoe and Vond hooked up in a real pitchers Duel with Vond having the Edge until Sandy Ridge broke Loos in the eighth and ninth innings to make sure of Victory with eight runs after being held to a Lone tally for seven stanzas the Edgers made la hits and Seliady Grove nine while the ridges made three errors and Shady Grove one. Stray cats plague Winnipeg Winnipeg. Man up a Winnipeg is suffering from a severe stray cat plague one humane society alone picked up nearly 500 abandoned cats last month without making any noticeable reduction in the ranks of the wandering felines Leslie speck signs to coach Hoxie High teams Leslie speck Well known Arkansas state College football Star from the South end of Mississippi county will coach the Hoxie High school athletic teams next school year it has been announced speck earned letters in four sports at the Jonesboro school and was also chosen As the Quot most popular j student for the �?T34-95 session he j graduated last Spring. Accident fills Lake with 25,000 Trout by j. I. Friend after leading the track for two weeks with a dizzy .529 average Willoughby Hemphill a a tiny Glover ran into some Clever pitching by John Holland Strawberry thatched famous Ace and skidded to 500. And a tie with James a a aces Puckett Arkmo Power Brilliant Hon fielder for batting honors in i the commercial softball league. The average As compiled by j p. Friend circuit statistician include James of july 3 both fattened their averages a am St Tui Madge Huey Hughes Southpaw. The titanic pastime skipper staged one of the greatest swatting shows of the year collect i ing three Home runs and a triple i driving in nine runs Puckett has i barn knocking at the door of the leaders All season and climaxed a Tine spurt with three hits in five trips. Former leaders close Carney Laslie pastime who has Bren away tor several games maintained his 476 Mark for third place Eubanks Mcmullin enjoyed a three for three night and lofted into fourth place with .444. Others with Fine averages include Sand Erson famous.435 Hartwick Belles pharmacy ,417 Jenkins Mcmullin .410 Dick Tipton Robinson .406 Moody Belles pharmacy .400 de Long Belles pharmacy .405 Bell it Arkmo pow i or .405 Potter Robinson .400. 1 Sanderson Jenkins Bell and Potter Are former leaders. Verne Rimer Robinso who paced the group for a week is hitting .324 a a tiny one Man show Quot tiny Quot because of his powerful Bat. Has just about monopolized All the individual departments. He is tied with Puckett for hits each with 20, and leads in total bases 42> Home runs <6 and runs batted in 27. Norman Bunch pastime has appeared at Bat most times 47. Mosley pastime has crossed the plate 19 times for scoring honors. Charles Scruggs five doubles Are Good. Jenkins Mcmullin Bell it Arkmo and Dunn Mcmullin have clouded three triples apiece. Roland a a Skeeter Bishop famous has been issued a dozen free tickets and b. Lutes of that same club and Crandall Kinning Ham Mcmullin Are the Best strike outer. Each having fanned the Ozone 9 times. Warrington Scruggs head pitchers Dan Warrington pastimes Sharpshooter is the leading Pitcher in games won 9. And is tied with Verne Rimer Robinson Southpaw for the Best winning percentage .750 Rimer has chalked up six wins As compared to two losses. Warrington has dropped three decisions. In the earned runs department Charles Scruggs East Arkansas Speed Ball artist excels. Scruggs has allowed but 1.54 rums per seven innings pitched. Kenneth Bell it Arkmo Power is second with 1.75, Bell has won 8 and lost 3. Scruggs has conic out on top four times one More than he has lost. John Holland has a winning percentage of .545, representing 6-5. A wimpy Quot Burns it Arkmo Lias recorded 3 victories and dropped a pair. Other earned run averages among the regular pitchers Are. Warrington 3.29 Rimer 3 44 Holland 3.60 Ken dig Mcmullin 4 33 Burns 4 67 Hartwick Belles pharmacy 4.97 Huey Hughes 7.30. Pastime Only flub Iii .300 pastime billiard parlor not Only leads the league but is the leading club in both hitting and Fielding their stick Mark of .316 represents the Only group in the select Circle. Arkmo Power is second with both departments with 297 and .892. East Arkansas and pastime produced six each of the 37 hitters clubbing better than .300. Robinson and Mcmullin have 5 each famous Belles pharmacy and Arkmo Power Are represented by four. J r. D. Hughes is trailing with 3 in addition to those already Nam atm Quot dear listen to a it wait a bit a egad those bees wont a bother you Tell you that a new Type of Bee they be stin6less,/-verily Here drat it a. Stop bustling me i Why Limp _ Buttle Hoyal at open Aib t t five grapplers on card at legions athletic Arena first new Jasper Alta unnamed Lake mountains near Jasper National up a a Small in the Rocky Canada s great Park. Is t to in ing with fish today because of a horse. Hie horse one of a train carrying 250,000 speckled Trout fingerlings in cans for planting in malign Lake in the Park Tell into a Boggy Creek which flows into a Small Lake releasing thousands of the tiny fish sportsmen anticipate making Good catches in the Lake for year to come. Lead mining booms Spokane. Wash up a steady increase in Price of Lead on Meta exchanges Lias boomed mining in the Metaline Falls District of Washington and Coner do Alene Region of Idaho a Battle Royal featuring five big bad boys will open the american legions new open air Arena at the legion hut on North second Street tonight Jimmie Black Jackie Fields Ace Freeman Jack Purdin and Ray Myers Are scheduled to climb into the ring together with the two survivors matched two out of three Falls in the main go. The open air Arena has just been completed by the legion and has a seating capacity of 800 persons there will be 200 reserved seats at ringside the legion plans to stage All of its wrestling bouts in the new Arena in the future. The admission tonight men 40c. Women 25c. And children 15c. A adv. I dont care what kind of bees they Are i dont want them Buzzini around me so you March out in the Back Yard and Hamo up by was Hin cd i i it with the worker Quot bees Mansor de included Are j As. A Mocherman pastime .387 Holder Belles pharmacy .385 Rodery Robinson .381 Jno. Smotherman Hughes .381 Baxter Arkmo .375 Jas. Tipton e. Ark .364 Morse let. Ark .364 Mosley pastime .359 Locke e. Ark. .357 Freeman Mcmullin .353, Taylor Arkmo .349 played president l. Warrington Robinson .333 r. Bounced Haney Mcmullin .333 Lindsey j e. Ark .333 Marshall pastime 333 whittle Hughes .325 Dunn Mcmullin .324 Bevil pastime 324 Rimer Robinson .324 Bishop famous .320 Moore let. Ark .314 b Lutes famous .314 Liney a Hughes .308 Scruggs e. Ark 308 Crawford famous .306. Children twins la Fayette. Ind. Up a Pur a Orangeburg s. C. It up a due University graduates have had j when it comes to birthdays the Betsill family has to operate of a severely reduced budget. Therp Are to children in the family but among them they can Only manage to celebrate six birthdays. The reason is four sets of twins. Little trouble in finding jobs during the depression. Out of a total of 4.300 graduates in the past seven years 91.3 per cent Are Enie. C. Elliott an read court news want ads. All now located at 101 North second adding machine amp typewriter service Bureau Don Edwards. Proprietor make of rebuilt typewriters adding machines and dilators repairing a parts a ribbons Cal Sunshine blues along about this time of the year we begin to get Sun conscious. Last Winter remember we longed for weather like this honestly believed a real sunburn would be a thing of Beauty and a Joy forever now we re looking Forward to the season when the thermometer will go Down and Down. Strange not at All one of our Basic characteristics is desire for change. And your newspaper is dedicated to the daily satisfaction of this human need. Each Day it is As new As that Days Sunrise. Each Day it is full of surprising things. And nothing in it is newer in Appeal or in Opportunity than the advertisements. They Are filled with facts about All the hings you want today and will be wanting tomorrow. Always changing to keep up with your own eternal desire for change the advertisements in this newspaper Are guide posts to happier living. Read them regularly they offer opportunities von should not miss

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