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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 22, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Page six Blytheville Ash courier new pastime tackles famous in first play off Battle teams meet tonight at Haley Field Winner faces Robinson thurs. Wild Bill has everything under control a ii a it i monday july 22 1935 schedule tonight famous store is. Pastime billiard parlor. Probable batteries John Holland and Harold Wall Dan Warrington and Rophie Marshall by j. P. Friend Joe Applebaum a famous store and pastime billiard parlor will open the crucial series tonight to determine the Winner of the first half in the commercial softball league. Robinson drug defending champions and one of the three teams tied for first position will play the Winner for the title. Thursday night both parries will be played under tile lights at hairy Field because of conflicting events in the City the game was moved up one Day from the regular Date for play the managers having decided in a special meeting called by Fred s. Salbin league president. Pastime Jinx on paper pastime holds a decided advantage both in Fielding and hitting. Led by their manager. Willoughby Hemphill Glover the Cue artists hold a 30 Point advantage in the stick department the averages being .306 to .270 seventeen percentage Points separate the teams in tin defense. Pastime being ahead 891 to .872. Despite this apparent difference in a he teams the men of Joe Apple Baum have held an a injun sign Over Glover it a1. Pastime was Alp to defeat every team in the league except famous dropping both games. On the evening of Mav in Marshall Pinckard then at the Helm of the club slammed a Lone double to left fild to score three and provide the margin of famous 9-8 vib torn Jav 3 marked the second downfall of pastime. A three run Rev by the first inning gave the a Lead they never rein ont hed a seventh inning my Quot fed Short of Ivy to the score when Warrington Roll out to the Pitcher with the winning no on base the score was 4-3 John a a wimpy Burns was the winning re Trier in the first game and John Holland toiled on the rubber for the second encounter Dan Warrington was the victim in each game. Pastime slight Edge the two teams by positions reveal an interesting discovery whereas one player surpasses in hitting the other events in some cases defensively. To erase of Hie Superior hitting Marvin a soak Quot Sanderson is Given the Edge Over James a Sunrise Quot Smotherman the famous initial Sacker is dubbing the Nee at a Lusty 405 can and is a rated one of the hardest hitters Ribbers Dyess a Jwj the. Buddie rho in Leo form of Hallahan world of of is hero or in to is just another spool in int is Louis Waff. I. That Oak. I Morill rap Illy punning dam it a the Roou new York Oan is. National. I Raouf re to a. You 77/at Ranahan is till Ila-.,.mf fellow in try Janin la i. 70 i o i re of non and try Cario my that if Pean of Tri do alg is it aloof rid let defeats Morel Dyess trims Lites at Ridge Park Sandy Ridge Defeated Armorel 7 to 2 at Sandy Ridge yesterday att Moon in one game of a Dou Hie header. In the other game. Dyess Colony Defeated Lutes i to 0 Marcus Gaines hurled for Sandy Ridge and kept the Armorel dub Well in hand allowing but tour hits. The Ridgers collected nine blows off j. Smotherman. I Cox hurled the shutout for Dyess allowing but three hits in the seven inning game. B Lutes on the other hand also hurled a Fine game giving up two hits but one resulted in the Only run of the game in tile seventh inning. The Sandy Ridge club goes to Jonesboro tonight to meet the Jonesboro giants under the floodlights. Cooke a Goldblume team from Memphis will play Sandy Ridge j the Sandy Ridge Park South of Blytheville on Highway i Sun Day july 28. attempt willbe made to make the Beautiful country club course Here Extrema in difficult for the National Amateur sept. 9-14, As was done at Oakmont for the open. Country club is not hard nor is it easy. It could be made real Tough if they cared to add bunkers. The 200 competitors the longest list of qualifiers since the tournament was inaugurated at fashionable Newport in 1895. Will have to by straight. Playing from the Back tees Billy Burke the Home professional and his assistant Jot Kiester beat Phil Perkins and Al Espinosa 2 and i the other evening. Burke had a g9, Kiester a 74, Espinosa a 75. And Perkins a 76 the course has been slightly changed by adding new hazards be lengthened to about 590 5. The longest Hole. Takes Woods. No 13�?390 Yards leg to left a drive no. 14�?168 Yards Over the Creek to a Green. No. 15�?417 Yards. Of the worst traps and a narrow Alley no. 16�?now 491 Par two Par 4. Dog and a no. 4. Par 3. Again Well trapped Par 4 first of his four titles in 1907, travers prevail on the Long since subdivided course of the old lid club at Cedar Hill e us some of the course to the Green Yards and to be lengthened to 530. Par 5. Dogleg to right. No. 17�?now 352 Yards. To be lengthened to 380. Par 4 a drive and a pitch Down Hill with traps making a dog leg to the left. No. 18�?now 393 Yards. To be lengthened to 420. Par 4 and lengthening some of the holes to bring the total yardage to about 6800. Or less than 200 Yards Shorter than treacherous Oakmont. Fields Quot natural tonight but wit i jams state May steal show l yes Uris Hows to into Iii tis i thin thru alumn Quot ski so a a to of of Jackie Fields who talks and acts the part of a runt Meanie with considerable gusto has two important events awaiting him at the american legions out door Arena on North second Street tonight. In Tho first Fields will take on the Veteran Ray Meyers in a match on the weekly wrestling Tard at the armory. Tins in itself should be quite important for tackle since Ray As a wrestler probably could tie master Jackie in a knot and leave him there of course though Jackie has his rough tactics As the Ace up his sleeve which Means that Ray will have to hard time since about the Best Ray Ever did Here was to hold the Quot puny Blacksmith Pedi i go to a draw but aside from his scramble with Myers Fields will free the More important of the events later Likely hell win Over Myers in order to present his Bride to be miss Evelyn Little with a Victory As he Steps up beside her to hold her hand while magistrate Oscar Alexander says the words make them Man and wife the wrestling fans look on. How they stand tonight a card really has Sld Erable Merit especially pared to Hie farce of last Day night the wrestling con Coin Mon Royal even the most Loyal of a Bud taste in their that while i which left fans with i Mouth. The other half of me program brings together two men who can wrestle and usually devote most of their time to such strange As it May seem. Johnny stole the Little end it rambler who looks More like a prize fighter than a wrestler and Scotty Williams the Veteran meet in a two out of three fall match Over the 90-minute route or less same Sis the Myers Fields pert on i Nee Williams is the boy who trim j stole med or. Pedigo in a Best two out Corm of three series of matches Over the mid South circuit which should speak for Williams louder than words. Stole has won anti lost Here in a number of appearances but is always capable of a Good show and Sticks pretty close to the serious business at hand instead of spending a goodly portion of his time making faces at audience the Bright of the meanies. Osceola Ark playing under threatening skies before a Small crowd the Osceola indians Cie hated tile Dyersburg nine by a score of 10-1 Here sunday. The indians hammered out 12 hits and 4 of these were doubles with old Man Pluvus threatening to halt the game in most any Frame the indians went through the first five frames in fast my t to put the Gate receipts in the bag in the sixth dutch Welch Don bled and Sweetland duplicated. Is ruling Welch Home. Harper followed with a double to Send Sweetland in and Cordell then singled to being Harper Home. Cordell second and third and later Home on a wild throw. Osceola 102 014 02x to Dyersburg too 010 too i on Stirr toll Chih works who hut i or doubtful the most spite of his Fine .361. Jim irs not classed As a re articular la Cerous hitter. Neither is he its consistent As Sanderson meth Erm a has t he Btu tor Fielding Mark 954 to 947. At the Middle Bac a a tiny Glover has it Over i Pate anole Banda of famous. The pastime Skinner tile second Best hitter in the circuit is swatting 4g5 to addle Baum a .278 and shades in Fielding. 920 902 Glover leads in Home runs. Runs batted in and total bases he is one of the leagues most dangerous hatters Crawford better shortstop defensively r. B Crawford. Famous Shor Tooner. Is just about the class of top league. Because of his ability to go and pet them. A lug n powerful throwing Wing he is Given preference Over Clvde j i Ledbetter of pastime five hit in his last six times at Bat boasted his Mace Mark to .387 to top Crawford a Fine 37? the Fielding averages show Crawford .847 Ledbetter .825. There is Little of choose Between Frev Ledbetter a pastime i and Biri t a Des i famous third sackers i Lites is out in front Quot in averages 293 to .342, Bur Frev i More timely with his hits. Th4 of cords reveal that Lutes had driven in to runs with 12 hit while Ledbetter has sent thirteen mates across on but 9 safeties i Ledbetter is leading in Fielding averages .825 to .722 Fine defensive Outfield in the outer pastures famous will hold a decided Edge when it comes to shagging flies and throwing. Tile combination of Jimmy guard. Red Lutes Roland Quot Skeeter Quot Bishop and Ronald Stephens outrank in Fielding the pastime aggregation of Herthel Mosley. Andy Bevill Carney Las lie and Norman Bunch. The combined Fielding averages show famous .917 pastime .797. When it comes to punishing the Tomato the billiard boys Excel 334 to .290 Rophie Marshall has no peer As a Catcher. In addition to a Fine throwing Arm a Good receiver he is a timely hitter. His latest Mark is .311, somewhat lower than at any stage of the season. Harold a a trigger Wall pastime mask Man is a bundle of Energy and Pep but does not quite rank up to the pastime a atelier. The averages Are hitting Marshall jul Wall .279, a outliers league to Feu t in it a up n w aft it at of to. 57 38 a goo Memphis a. 55 42 .567 Nashville. 52 44 .542 new Oil cans 52 44 542 Chattanooga. 4g 47 495 Little Rock. 45 48 .484 Birmingham. 38 go .388 Knoxville. 35 57 380 National league w. L. Pct. New York. 53 28 .654 St. Louis. 52 30 .634 Chicago. 51 34 .600 Pittsburgh 46 41 .529 Brooklyn. 38 44 .463 Cincinnati. 39 47 .453 Philadelphia. 36 47 434 Boston. 21 65 .244 american league w. L pct new York. 50 31 617 Detroit. 52 34 605 Chicago. 45 35 .563 Baston. 44 41 .518 Cleveland. 41 40 .506 Philadelphia. 36 44 .450 Washington. 36 49 424 St i Jou is. 26 56 .317 _ Fielding. Marshall .987 Wall 840 since coming to Ramon. John Holland has been beaten but one time by Robinson drug. While annexing seven victories Dun Warrington. Pastime Star leads the redhead in winning percent age 714, representing by 4 John Inis won 8 while dropping 5. Hol land shades in e railed run percentage 3.17 to .28 the game will be under Way promptly at 8 p m. Probably Bat Tim orders today a games Southern league Birmingham at Memphis Chattanooga at Nashville. Knoxville at Atlanta Only gullies Booker to a lose at Campbell on sunday Harry Bailey a Booker t Ball club was Defeated by the comp idea of Bell Chicks 2 to i in a game Al Campbell sunday. In a game at. Bailey spark at the Ai Kab onus Missouri state line. The Holland tigers lost a i to 0 decision to the Union City wow. The Hooker to a will meet the Hayti a a stars at Bailey s Park wednesday and the Senath red Birds at the Park on thursday. 7 by Nea service i Eveland Bill y Burke country club professional appeared on the course Here with a new non slice club which if approved by the u. S. Golf association will prove a Boon to golfers. In lie principle of the club is a a a swivel grip. A tile Shaft is Loose in the grip a a a x Burke a just enough no that a moment before Impact the club head sweeps through the Ball under its own momentum. Therefore Presto there cannot be too much right hand that makes for slicing Quot there is a Rule against using mechanical contrivances in tournament play and this May result in the new club dying an untimely death. Ren i a the coolest spot in town last time today a Kack Moore in a love me forever Paramount news musical Short a Gypsy sweetheart inspecting country club lets play it with Burke the personable open Champion of 1931. No. I�?354 Yards. Par 4 a straight drive and a Mashie Over the Creek to the Green. No. 2�?463 Yards. Easy Par 5. Dog leg to the right. No. 3�?315 Yards. Par 4. A drive and a Niblick. No. 4�?325 Yards. Par 4. Neatly trapped to penalize anything but a straight Ball on drive and second no. 5�?200 Yards. Par 3. Likely to be one of the More formidable holes if there is wind. No. 6�?425 Yards. Par 4 Dogleg to the left. Chance to use a spoon also Likely to prove a Hoodoo to Many. No. 7 460 Yards. Par 4 a Long narrow Fairway Well trapped on both sides. A Tough Hole no 8 520 Yards. Par 5. Double dog leg to the right and a downhill Roll for drive and second. No. 9-148 Yards. Par 3. A Mashie shot Over the Creek. No. Io�?388 Yards. Par 4. A drive and a mid Iron. No. Ill44 Yards Par 3. Chance to use a number three or four. No 12�?now 578 Yards and to Little trouble for Little country club is fairly oily. The rough is studded with troublesome hummocks. Its a perfect setup for the Long hitting Lawson Little to make it two British and american amateurs in succession. Little will have to be Only half As Good As he was at St. Annes. The Stanford student has the killer instinct at match play. In the British Amateur of a year ago he beat James Wallace in the final 11-10. George t. Dunlap. Jr., and other better cup chasers ought to go Well at country club Maurice Mccarthy or. Has been a resident of Cleveland for several years. He knows his Way around and is a corking Good match player. There is a comparative Scarcity of Topnotch amateurs although a Fine Field is coming up. Including spec Goldman. Willie Turnesa Charley Koscis. Charley Yates Zell Eaton and Johnny Fischer. Handling the gallery at country club is going to be a somewhat perplexing problem. The layout is anything but Roomy. The holes Are built close to each other. The no. I tee is very close to the gorgeous clubhouse. The fairways generally Are narrow and lined with Trees. Cleveland was Host to the National Amateur Only once before when Jerome d. Travers won the. I i a Emeail has effect Hun Iii lass \ shoot Osceola w p. Smead of Osceola won the class a championship on Hie second Day of the three Day Arkansas state Crapshoot today when he broke too straight targets. W. Harwell of Iuka. Miss., won the class b championship with 86 out of too or. R. J. Brown f Iuka won the class c championship with 99 out of too. Missing his 96th shot and Bill harder of fort Smith shooting in his first registered event., won the class d championship with 9 out of too. Other scores included or. W. L. Stroupe 96 c. R. Bell he o. A Roth Rock 99 Boyd f. Dunean. 95 John r. Taylor. 94 w e Hunt 92 j. M Goodrich 85 l. A. J Hummer. 84 Art Bolin. 83 e b Cole 83 r. L. Bennett 81 a Cid or. E. D. Rose 78. I Smead won a preliminary event sunday by breaking 95 out of too targets and was trailed by Rothrock Memphis professional with 94 boys Mav get Gall Cleveland the benching of Hal to sky. Cleveland indians first baseman because of weak stick work May necessitate the recalling of Harley Boss former regular initial Sacker from new Orleans. A californian has entered an Odd business. He collects mos k Quito larvae from stagnant Ponds a and dries and grinds them int food for aquarium fish. Read Conner news want ads Al now located at 101 North second adding machine amp typewriter service Bureau Don Edwards proprietor and makes of rebuilt typewriter. Dilators repairing adding parts a machines ribbons Cal Channel buoys night hic -10c 25c in tax 15c with in tax National league Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. Now York at St. Louis. American league Chicago at Philadelphia. St Louis at Boston. Detroit at new York Cleveland at Washington. Yesterdays results Southern league Memphis 13-0. Birmingham 4-3 new Orleans 5-4, Little Rock 4-4 is cond game called end eighth account of darkness. Knoxville at Atlanta train. Chattanooga at Nashville rain. Spa will Speed work on Manila gymnasium 4-5 National league pit Tabu go 7, Boston 0. Chicago 5-11. New York Tarsi game la innings. Philadelphia 4-2. Cincinnati 0-0 is Louis 13-7, Brooklyn 7-5. Manh a Ark. A Early completion of a gymnasium building for Manila High school has been promised by the works Progress administration it has been announced by mayor c. W Tipton. The building project sponsored by the Manila Lions club was in i Ugur ated last year but met with Many delays for a time it seem cd doubtful that it. Would Ever be finished. Spa officials have now assured or Tipton however that work will be accelerated and the building completed within a Short time. W w Fowler has been appointed con unction superintendent sue ceding Floyd Grimes the building when completed will in one of the largest in Manila. American league new York 2-1, St. Louis Boston 7, Detroit 6. Cleveland 0. Philadelphia Chicago 4, Washington 3. C pastime Ledbetter is 387 Mosley of 32g Marshall c 311 Glover 2b <405> italic of 407 Rev ill of Bunch of e. Ledbetter Smotherman. Warrington today a almanac july to y 302 it 302 3b 243 la 361 p 10-4 ing famous Bishop of 310 Crawford is 372 b. Lutes 3b 293 Sanderson la 405 Wall c 279 l Applebaum 2b 278 r Lutes of 158 Stephens of 310 guard of 381 Holland a 8-5 Umpire in chief Herbert Brown Lozo pit frills St Jet by America in the j peed Oil f to in Del Ofsha hoi \ a numb City of Albany. Ny., incorporated-1746 Moses Cleave i and pounds City of Cleveland Ohio. 170 new York times Beo itts exposure of the tvo eed r i no. Tuesday night Only $175 Bank night a on the screen tuesday in wednesday Alice Brady Douglass Montgomery Janita Couise fans will Sec marriage o Dot or Shuzui m iss Anc Jackie Fields i Jackie Fields is. Miss Evelyn j Little time limit forever that is the unusual dish that will be set before mat fans at the legions open air Arena monday night when i Fields and miss Little Petite Little i miss from Dyersburg trim will i by married in the ring by a Squire i Oscar Alexander. Fields is on the card for a 90 minute Battle with Ray Meyers i two out of three Falls and in an a other 90 minute affray Johnny Stote will match holds with Scottie Williams. The new Arena has plenty of Cool comfortable seats and the admission is m a 40<\ ladies 25c, children 15c. Adv. Rom the novel by Homer Cro it hoi Bec the. O by Alan Crosland fiery Para Mon it news comedy Quot spirit of 1976�?T Roxy theatre Friday saturday sunday july 2<> 27 28 world s premiere showing of a the three renegades written by Buford w. Thweatt Masis sippy county Farmer directed by Bobby Horner Star of picture Ted Wells noted Western Star. Sheriff in picture Buford w. Thweatt. 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