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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 17, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Of. In Blytheville Ark courier news he pins their Ciuch of repeat i Hughes Widner. Whittle Hue a Maxwell. Reed. Cyoung of. Eubanks la. Mcconnell of e. Blackwell of. J. Srno Therman. 2b Davis 2bto. Srno Therman c. Blackwell. 3b e. Eta oui .2 .1 3 0 3 .0 Shadlu to 2 1 2 0 3 i 6 0 0 3 0 0 0 emf Wysz totals. 28 2 5 18 9 famous a r h to a Bishop of. 3 i i 0 0 Crawford is. .3 0 2 i 4 b. Lutes. 3b.2 0 0 0 2 Sanderson la 3 0 0 6 0 Wall c.3 0 0 5 0 j. Applebaum 4 .3 i 0 3 2 r. Lutes of. .3 i 0 3 i Stephens of 2 i i 2 i l. Applebaum of .0 0 0 0 0 guard of. 3 o 2 i 0 Holland p2 0 0 0 0 totals 27 6 7 21 to snore by innings r d. Hughes co. Ooin Ooi 0 a it famous store 012 300 x 6 summary a runs batted in Young. L. Srno Therman. B Lutes. Stephens guard 2. Holland 2. Earned runs Hughes a famous 2 three base hits l. Srno Therman. Maxwell. Guard 2. Stephens. Sacrifice Fly a. Lutes. Holland base on balls off Holland 2. Off Huey i strikeouts Holland 4 Huey i hits -5 hits off Huey. 6 runs in 4 innings. Losing Pitcher Huey errors whittle. Huey 2. Eubanks. John Srno Therman. L. Smother Man Crawford Sanderson 2, l Appleba urn 2. Umpires Browning Taylor and Brog Don. Game�?1 02. Second game time of Belles a r h to a Moody of. I i i 4 i Holder of. 4 i 0 0 8 de Long. 2b 3 i i 3 2 Hartwick of. 4 0 2 i 0 Phillips c .3 i 0 0 0 Caudill 3b 0 i 0 i Dulaney is 3 i i 2 i bums of. 3 2 3 2 0 Godwin p.2 2 i 0 2 totals 32 9 la 21 7 last Ark a r h to a Moore 2b i 2 2 3 Gilbert la. .2 0 0 4 0 Locke is. .3 i 0 i i Blackard of a 3 0 0 0 i Scruggs psf. 2 0 2 0 i Morse 3b0 0 0 i Shiiba of. 0 0 i 0 Logan of i 2 0 0 Victory Over Hughes puts famous in strategic position builders lose standings team w l. Pct. Pastime. To 3 .769 famous to 4 .714 Robinson. 9 4 .692 Arkmo. 8 5 .615 East ark5 9 .357 hell .5 9 -357 1 Mcmullin. 4 9 .3081 Hughes. 3 la 214 t Joe Applebaum famous store moved up into a strategic position last night by taking its final game of the first half race of the commercial soft Ball league. Tile Victory. Over r d. Hughes. 6 to 2. Put the famous club right where a last minute stumble by pastime would give them a tie for the first half title Robinson drug. Too. Has a Chance but faces the important task of winning its final game to get in the same berth with a Mous. In the second game of last nights doubleheader Bell s pharmacy Defeated East Arkansas builders and their Ace Pitcher Charlie Scruggs 9 to 3. Most of the Bell runs were scored off Marshall Blackard a mrs Ufa a Scruggs is charged with famous Sumja my Holland s a Leady Huru making Only seven hits off two vhf Hes pitchers but getting its Blo at opportune times Huey started for Hughes and pitched fair bal until the fifth when relieved by whittle the latter did not allow a run. Five inputs were made in the first ame with l , Maxwell Sod ,teph6ua get till a one each and of mme int routing a pair manager belong of Belles Shook up his batting order and line up in the second game and with Good results. He sent Phillips from third to Catcher put Holder in Centerfield. Ellis on first and Godwin on the Mound with Hun Wick going to Hie Outfield Bell do much of anything with Scruggs until the sixth inning when d Burns hit Goodwin walked and Moody sin died to tie tile score. Scruggs followed by dropping holders High infield Fly and manager Gilbert waved Scruggs to the Outfield and Blackard to the Mound. Delong singled scoring two runs another hit came through and the pharmacy club had five runs before the rally was stopped. Three More were added on four hits in the next inning Max a Call me babe Quot Logan right fielder for the builders registered i he Only extra base it hit of he game with a hard smash into deep Center that the High stepping banker stretched into a Home run he also poled out a neat single first game a r h of .3 0 2 sep .3 i of .3 3 3 3 i by Harry Grayson Pete Fox left was considered a weak link Field in 1934, when he hit Only .286 Fox now tigers and Only one teammate Peerless Charley the Detroit out Leals off for the Oehr Lnger my Quot a a a better batting average than the Evansville products also is among the leaders in runs scored with 60-Odd Hanahan right has pitched remarkable Ball for the cardinals in recent weeks forts hitting and Speed on and Hanahan return to form Are principal series participants of last fall Are confident St. The reasons Why tin that they will ,336. Fox wild Bill Louis bases world repeat totals 29 3 Caudill out left base score by innings Belles pharmacy 010 005 3 -9 East Arkansas too 210 0 3 summary runs batted in Moody 2. Delong 2, Hartwick 2, Caudill 2. Godwin. Loeke Black Arti Logan. Earned runs off Godwin i off Scruggs 3 off Pinckard 5 double play Delong to Ellis base on balks off Scruggs i off Blackard 2 off Godwin 2. Strikeouts Scrugg 7 Blackard 2 hits to with 3 runs off Scruggs in 5 innings none out in 6, 2 on it off Blackard 5. With 6 runs in 2. Losing Pitcher Scruggs. Errors Moody Holder Delong Dulaney Loeke Blackard Scruggs. Umpires Browning. Taylor and Puckett. Time of game 59 minutes. Tennis tourney must i Uno 4 annual Northeast Arkansas meet will be held #4 a St Memphis a he fourth annual Northeast Arkansas Tennis tournament will a e held at West Memphis August it has been announced White West Memphis of the association plans have been work famous club meets Osceola team thursday Joe Applebaum a famous store club will meet an Osceola suit Ball nine headed by the Rev Marsh Callaway at Osceola in a Twilight game tomorrow. The famous club is near the top in the local commercial soft Ball league. According to manager Appleba urn. Pilot Callaway of the Osceola team picked the famous dub to play after Reading of a defeat suffered by the famous at the hand. Of a Steele to learn at Steele last week the Osce olans Ore due to find the famous nut to avenge their away i rom Home defeat of last week when they again journey Forth tomorrow and far from easy pickings Polebaum avers. The game la called for 6 p. In new York. Sonny Workman considers die class of running horses on american tracks today the poorest in years. Americans Ace rider says that Only three stand out of the pack discovery Omaha and King Saxon. Ile adds that cavalcade arid today have tremendous Polentini ii if it they can be brought to top form. Lh1 Points out that the others beat one another with monotonous it regularity. Workman ought to know what he i talking about for even during the last years of the spectacular Earl Bande Sonny was considered tops cd Che Riding fraternity. Tile Little Man from Washintgon began Riding for Harry Payne Whitney in 1924, and since that time liar Ridden steadily. The t for that late lamented sportsman and since for c. V. Whitney so even if he weren to the i cat it of our jockeys he at least has had More than to years of Riding for the finest racing table in America. Through those years Workman a licht legs have hugged the Wither of Many of the turf a Immor a als Whir hone Bokjum the marvelous top flight equipoise and numerous others. Ltd discovery flies Workman opines that discovery i a truly great horse. Despite the injury which put him on the hell last autumn the big Chestnut As come Back in marvelous form. Of asserts Sonny the horse started slowly this Lear requiring half a dozen races to it get into hts form but his Brooklyn Handicap Victory was a a Bing Triumph. He broke die world record for the distance of a mile and an eighth paring k to i 48 1-5. And this makes his second world record in two years. Quot i ii ked Johnny Bejshak Why he let discovery run so smashing a race. He beat King Saxon by about to lengths. Johnny said that discovery ran in such effortless fashion that he had no idea his mount was going anywhere near that fast. A a Omaha is by All Odds the Best of the 3-year-Olds, but that Isnit saving too much. Omaha is no equipoise or cavalcade. Cavalcade nearly Tore off both quarters in dismounting Johnny Gilbert in the suburban but if he comes Back in Good shape hell be Tough to Bent today to Saratoga a personally. I believe that today will give Omaha All the racing he wants if the horse with which i beat Omaha in the Wood memorial returns to the races at Saratoga i believe today will be fit for the Saratoga meeting. He has t had a Saddle on him since die Kentucky Derby in which he i would have Given a Good account of himself had he not developed i Blind Quarter crack j a Saratoga meetings Between Omaha and today would be interesting. That a where i Rode which one daddy of today against on Ila it Fox. Sire of Omaha. A equipoise and which one were i the greatest horses i Ever Rode. Tom Healey considers which one the greatest he Ever trained. It 1 was too bad that such a game j one As which one was handicapped f by bad now since he had previously won the Belmont and later won the Dover there is no question but that Omaha was ready. Yet Omaha got a 10-length Licking in the Brooklyn. Discovery beat King Saxon by eight. The King was badly injured in the running and in any event is known to be no great shakes Over a Mil. The filly Slack Helen is indeed a Good one. But her record does not make her outstanding. Her stablemate bloodroot had to be pulled to let her win the coaching club american Oaks. 4 King Saxon rules sprinters it is still Early for die 2-year-Olds, j but of these the one eyed Triumph a Hook line and sinker Quot a v by of no _ the action of the Arkansas fish and game commission in announcing a closed season on All game fish from March 15 to june i will meet the approval of Many sportsmen. Of equal importance is the ban on gigging of fish and the ruling that Bream goggle Eye. Rock Bass Etc., under five inches in length shall not be kept when caught. Very people will dare to fish during the closed season thus the ant. 7mport7d and a sue lf11 in it ?ofe5fej it ,1 a 1 he Kha urn to re nerf a Novio the Donna appear the Best. Take turn about a Workman Points out the runners Are beating each other at All Ages. The 2-year-Olds take turn about Delphinium triumphant Blue Donna Quot Coldstream Wise Duke White cockade and snark. With the season approaching its noontime for the year with Arlington Park Well started and Saratoga coming up in August it May Well be said that the class of horses racing in America has Seldom been so poor. Whether this is due to mass there Are several older animals entitled to be termed High class. Discovery now appears to be at his Best. He ran nine furlongs in the world record time of 1 48 1-5 in die Brooklyn and beat Azucar in the Detroit Challenge cup in record equalling time and by 30 lengths pulled up. King Saxon once a Plater is the ruler of the sprinters. This horse has won All but three or four races during the last two years. He recently accounted for three major stakes in new York and can carry weight Over any distance including the spawning period. During the other nine and a half months of the year however when the bars Are Down we predict a wholesale disregard for the Law. Which brings us Back to our Contention expressed in this column some time ago. That enforcement of existing Laws is what we need As Well As new Laws for the Protection of game fish. How Many times tilt j Spring did we hear the boast made j by some Fisherman that he had Quot cleaned up on Bream catching a i string of maybe 60 or 70 in one i Day. How Many times have we i heard that a a they be seized left j string sunday. Earl Damon succeeded in catching to Crappie at Cottonwood Point. Recently pet Pound Bream Thompson. Froggy Baxter and Arch Lovelace went to reel foot Lake and were amply repaid for the trip in a Days fishing they took 78 Bream from the water. Mrs. Thompson and l. G. Or. Went along but did not fish we do not recall a better catch of Bass made recently than that by Jim Erat ton fio landed a string of eight Nice ones at Flynt Bend. One of the Bass weighed More than three pounds. Jim uses a Fly Rod How they stand Southern league production the number of horses a a. A a racing has been steadily increase head play us of the first rank. My whether it is due to Breed. Duri Quot Fth month or two he ran my for Speed or whether it is a soundly a be s owed his heels to due to some Normal period of depression or cyclic change depot n ,. A a hand Chute again a or that a a they be a mile but not More. With burning. A j Speed. Head it not. The facts however prove the Point. Starting with Winter raring Azucar a reformed steeplechase which had never shown a liking for distance won the Rich Santa Anita Handicap. This race him look like a Slasher since he to a ii t Ladyman head play top Row Ted Clark. Equipoise. Twenty grand mate gusto Etc. However equipoise had reached that period when he tagged after a mile. Twenty grand and mate were even worse. Gusto got nowhere before and Hasni to since. I Adisman never was of True High class anti top Row and Ted Clark never were More than sprinters. And to top it off Azucar has been beaten regularly since when Omaha flopped Omaha won the Kentucky Derby Preakness Belmont and Dwyer and the list made him look like a Champion even though he beat nothing much in the Derby. It took his life to beat fire Thorn in the Belmont stakes and he was beaten in the Wood memorial and Withers stakes. Omaha was asked to show his real Worth in the Brooklyn Handicap in which he met older horses and was a favorite. Based on the scale he got a Pound from King Saxon and gave discovery three everything the turf could bring against him including discovery j Azucar cavalcade and King sax on. He has run the fastest mile and i a Quarter of several years. His 2 02 suburban places him with these \ Lect of All time. Made Southeast Missouri Golf schedule revised Caruthersville. the revised schedule for the Southeast Missouri Golf association is As follows 1 sunday july 21�?Charleston at Kennett Dexter at Gwins Cape Hillcrest at Sikeston Poplar Bluff open. Sunday july 2ft�?Poplar Bluff at Charleston Dexter at Cape Hillcrest Kennett at Sikeston. Gwins j open. Sunday August 4�?Cape Hillcrest at Kennett. Sikeston at Dexter., Gwins at Poplar Bluff. Charleston a open. Sunday August Llu Dexter at Poplar Bluff Kennett at Cape Hillcrest Gwins at Charleston. I Sikeston open. Sunday August 18�?Charleston at Dexter Cape Hillcrest at Gwins Sikeston at Poplar Bluff. Kennett open. Dynamited the Breaks of course seining is not illegal. All you have to do is say ifs for picnic purposes and you can haul out a Wagon Load. Gentlemen of the Arkansas fish and game commission if you Are interested in really furnishing some Protection to game fish Why done to you Stop this vicious practice Why j done to you push for a vigorous enforcement of existing Laws Partick i Early that prohibiting the Sale of game fish when we see a few of these offenders brought into court and. Punished then Well concede that something practical is being done to preserve game fish in Arkansas. Tile Crappie were biting at big Lake sunday. A party composed of Quot Frog Hardy Paul Hyrum. Charlie shamble d t. Lovelace and c t. Shamblin reported catching the limit but they neglected to say just where they fished. We suspect they went to one of the Breaks up the flood Way. Cleve Wadley had a Nice string of to Crappie when we saw him at Cottonwood Point but a a Rusty Clark. De Wadley and a Moon Quot Mullins did not fare so Well. Another Fisherman who usually Quot gets a Ems came Home with a Good w l. Pct. 1 Atlanta. 55 37 .598 j mum Phis. 51 38 .573 j new Orleans. 50 41 .549 i Nashville. 49 43 .533 Chattanooga. 45 45 500 it lit tie Rock a 40 46 .465 Birmingham 36 56 391 Knoxville. 34 54 386 i a a night game National league w. L. Pct. New York. 51 24 .680 St. Louis. 48 .29 .623 Chicago. 46 33 .582 Pittsburgh. 42 38 .525 Cincinnati. 34 42 .473 Brooklyn. 34 42 .475 Philadelphia. 32 45 .416 Boston 21 59 .263 american league w. L. Pct new York. I 49 28 636 Detroit. 49 33 .598 Chicago. 42 33 .560 Cleveland. 39 36�?� .530 Boston. 41 38 .519 Philadelphia. 34 42 ,447 Washington 33 46 .418 St. Louis. 23 54 .299 to Days games Southern league new Orleans at Memphis. Birmingham at Little Rock. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Nashville at Knoxville. Nashville at Knoxville National league Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Chicago. Boston at St. Louis. American league Chicago at new York St. Louis at Washington. Detroit at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Boff on marigolds give off glow. Other off Light. A phosphoric wars give All now located at Igi North second adding machine amp typewriter service Bureau Don Edwards. Proprietor makes of rebuilt typewriters adding machines and calculators repairing a parts a ribbons imnet Fiina to a do i t ii Ziesig . 3 and 4. By e j. President detailed cd out for the two Day tournament which is expected to draw at least 50 outstanding Tennis players. The tournament will be slaved on a new court erected by Elkins Crawford vice president. At a Cost of approximately $1,000 Jack Finley Robinson of this City Secretary and treasurer announced today that entries have already been received from Donald Murray. Jonesboro Oscar fondled Blytheville Bob Berry. Marion Billy Russell Marion e. J we Ite. Most Memphis Elkins Crawford West Memphis Art Williams. Jonesboro and h. E Patterson Tollesboro. Entries should be mail a to or. White last years tournament was held at marked tree where 35 Drupe Ted. Booker to a win Over Indianapolis Grays Harry Bailey a Booker t baseball team Defeated the Indianapolis id Sterling Grays at Bailey a state line Park yesterday afternoon 8 to 0. A second game with the Daybook tigers will be staged at Bailey spark thursday afternoon. 3 30 of clock in a game at Osceola sunday the tigers won Over the state line team. 6 to 2. Yesterday s results Southern league Atlanta 3, Knoxville 0. New Orleans 8. Birmingham 3. Nashville 6, Chattanooga 0 night game Memphis at Little Rock doubleheader. National league Cincinnati 7, new York 5 St. Louis 2, Boston i Brooklyn 9, Pittsburgh 3 Philadelphia 7. Chicago 5. American league new York 2. 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