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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - September 12, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Page six Blytheville Ark Courter new3 thursday september 1 1 4 ready to die for old Alma mater on striped turf first gue of Ful series defeat Robinson 6 to 4 and go Hilo Lead play again tonight tote a Kansas Missouri Power company hot Points Drew first blotto in the first game of tile play off i ties Between first and second Hall a Inners of the commercial Solihull l ague Rac last night by defeating Robinson drug g to 4. Ilie two teams meet again tonight and Victory will give the hot Points the title. Ii Robinson wins a third game will be played monday night to determine the Winner Bell Arkmo s Star hurler will pitch tonight Aller hurling the last two innings last night while Rimer. Robinson Southpaw who did not work last night will be on the i r found for the druggists. Danny Warrington. Borrowed j from pastime worked for Arkmo last night during the first live in j Kings and received credit for the j Victory John Holland loaned Robinson by famous was on the losing end. Holland gave up to blows while Warrington and Bell were touched i for six the hot Points jumped out in j front in the first inning with three i runs and never relinquished their i Lead although Robinson threatened j to overtake them. Taylor and Brog j Don with three hits apiece led the hot Point attack while Blackard got two for Robinson. Rodery Blackard and b f Brogden turned in some neat Fielding in the outer gardens for Robinson and Cutshin playing his first game made some neat catches for Arkmo in right Charley Brogdon robbed hts brother b p., of what seemed ticketed a hit. First inning Ark Mon Taylors single was just out of the reach of Webb Brogdon singled Over second. Puckett forced Taylor at third. A Warrington unassisted. Crowe booted Baxters roller and Brogdon scored. Puckett advanced to third. He scored after Blackard had snared Terry s drive in deep Short Field. Baxter counted on l. Warrington a Bobbie of Burns hot one Down the third base line 15 sex porkers Grid coaches All razorback stars of last pour years Creighton manages pro team Fayetteville sept. University of Arkansas football stars of the past four seasons Are now coaching foothill in Arkansas High 13 of them schools. Former razorback now coaching include the following Joe Chambers Stuttgart Leslie na-1 Lions Fayetteville Homer led bet-1 Ter Rogers Tom Murphy Cath-1 die High Little Rock Jack Rob and Emil cooker to a will play on donkeys sunday night Harry Bailey a Booker to a have a full Days schedule at the state line Ball Park next sunday Wien i they play two games. The first game will be against the Jonesboro club beginning at 3 In. And the second will be a game of a Donkey baseball a against the Steele wildcats at 7 30 In in the first game Chip Mcalister Bailey a sensational Young 18-year-old Pitcher who has won 118 games and lost Only two this j season will be on the Mound. Mcalister lost his second game several Days ago to the Memphis red sox 3 to 2, after a Brilliant night game will by played i under special floodlights with each player astride a Donkey. The donkeys Are a troupe of specially trained animals upon which yesterdays results Southern league Birmingham la Memphis 5 Chattanooga 9-3, Nashville 2-3 second game called end sixth inning darkness. Knoxville at Atlanta train. Night games new Orleans at Little Rock National league St. Louis in Philadelphia Chicago 15, Boston 3. Pittsburgh to. New York Cincinnati 7. Brooklyn 4 american league Washington 4, Detroit innings. Cleveland 5, new York it Chicago to Boston 2. St. Louis at Philadelphia de former Date. 3. Til i play Ison and Emil Boepple Deg Hie Nelwin Geiser Horatio Bill so Rev i y Basenau Quot amp Ames have been Bearden Jim Pickren tinman a Stai fwd Uhro Phout the c 0unllt this Al Baru Bas. Columbia lest this valuable Back for tin games of 1934 his ailing leg is sound again and he to be the lion s Star. Ast iou r a spec let i Bones Hamilton expected to Lead one of the lest blocking backs in football tin Way for Bobby Grayson a touchdown Jam for Stanford lids fall. Ivan Jackson Hazen Orin Quot Stitze Hays Arkansas High Texarkana j la a a Bull Erwin. Mcgehee i Jack Dale Paragould Clyde Van i sickle Cisco Texas. Milan Creighton former Arkansas All conference end is now coach and playing manager of the Chicago cardinals in the National professional football league. Another razorback on Creighton s professional squad is Howard Muddy Lake Brilliant 1934 end. Year. Ship used for hotel Hamburg Germany. Up a one of Germany a Mast unusual youth hostels is the 2.700-ton bark the Quot Hein Gode wind a Here in the Harbor which accommodates 500 Young people. Today a games Southern league Birmingham at Memphis. Chattanooga at Atlanta. New Orleans at Little Rock Knoxville at Nashville. How they stand us Hie for Warrington Cutchens. Three it errors on left lilt More schools Bill lists to gain National recognition on Gridiron it was an error Crowe threw out runs two hits to on base. Robinsons Crowe hit the first pitch to Taylor who tossed him out. Blackard singled to left. Potter walked. Baxter was camped under l. Warrington foul when it came Down. D Warrington shut off rodeos smash to the Box and threw him out. No runs one hit. No errors two left on base. Second inning try Mon Ganske was out. Crow to Callaway. Mierow singled to left. D. Warrington forced Mierow Crowe to Webb. Taylor bouncer Over Hollands head went for a hit. Brogdon popped to Callaway. No runs two hits no errors two left on base. Robinsons Callaway was Safe when Ganske let his Hopper get through him. It was an error for Ganske. Callaway advanced on a passed Ball and moved to third As Taylor was throwing out Brooks Webb fanned. Brogdon popped to Mierow. No runs no hits one error one left on base. Third inning Ark Mon Puckett singled through Crewe Holland mad a Nice Stab of Baxter s High bouncer through the Box and forced Puckett at second. Crowe taking the throw. Callaway made a remarkable catch of Ter-1lroni Crow Rys foul and Baxter advanced to third after the catch l. Warrington threw out Burns. No runs. On hit no errors one left on base. Robinsons Terry failed to com up with Holland s grounder and was charged with an error Crow forced Holland. Ganske to Taylor Blackard doubled Down the left Field foul line and Crowe was held at third on Brogden Fine throw after receiving Terry a throw on potters grounder Baxter threw in Taylor in an attempt to catch Blackard. Crowe broke for Home and scored when Taylor a throw wits wide. Blackard moved up or the play. L. Warrington s hard drive to left tallied Blackard. Rodery forced Warrington. Terry two runs two hits two left on base. Fourth inning Ark Mon Cutchen was Safe when Callaway dropped Warrington s throw after Fielding his Skinner. Webb made a Fine play to retire Ganske Cutchen going to second. Mierow struck out. D. Warrington lolled out to Webb. No runs no hits one error one left on base. Robinsons a. Warrington took care of Callaway a High Fly. Brooks of cuter rows by Jimmy Donahue Nea service sports writer baseball May be generally recognized As the National pastime but and third on wild pitches Brogdon came in on Crowe s hit. Crowe advanced on a wild pitch and moved around on another. He scored when Baxter failed to hold Ganskey a throw on Blackard grounder. Potter rolled out. Ganske to Baxter. L. Warrington threw out his brother. Two runs two hits one error one left on base sixth inning Ark Mon Mierow skied to Parker. Warrington lifted to Rodery Taylor scratched a hit to second. Webb got to the Ball but could not make the play. Brogdon tripled to the Light pole in right Field scoring Taylor. Blackard made a Nice eaten of Puckett a liner. One run. Two hits no errors one left on base Robinson cd went in to pitch for the hotpoint Mierow smothered Rodery a Popup behind the plate. Callaway lined to Cutchin who caught the Ball almost at the wire Fence. Parker was called out on strikes. No runs no hits no errors. None left on base. Seventh inning Ark Mon Crowe got under Baxters pop Fly. Terry was Safe at first when Callaway dropped the throw Burns popped to Webb Rodery came m fast and took care i of Cutchin Short Fly near the foul line. No ions no nits. One error one left on base. Robinson Webb singled to right b f Brogdon lined to his brother in deep left Holland struck out. Crowe walked but Blackard went Down swinging ending the game to to errors. Dor on no run on Bam it the Box so Arkmo Power Taylor 2b Brogdon la Puckett St Baxter la Terry is. Bums of. Cutchin it Ganske 3b. Mierow c d Warrington Bell Pone hit. No errors two left a4. 4 4 4 3 4 4 3. 3. 3. 0 to a to drug whiffed and Webb flew out to Cren. No runs no hits no none left on base. Fifth inning Ark Mon Holland threw out Lor. C. Brogdon singled to Rigl went Down on Brooks bad Puckett was Safe on Webb Ray and throw. Error totals Robins Crowe. Blackard. Of Potter cd. Warrington Rodery. Of Callaway la Brooks of. Parker of Webb. 2b b. F Brogdon Holland p36 to 21 a h to .313 3b 0 Brogdon scoring and Ace going to second. Parker went to right Field. Baxter was Safe when Crewe fumbled his slow roller. Terry a single sent Puckett to third and he came in on cute Hen a smash through the Box after Burns had popped to Crowe. Ganske forced Cutchen Crowe to Webb. Two runs three hits two errors. Robinsons a. Brogdon rammed a Long single to Center and was held at first on Cut chm s Quick retrieve Holland missed a fast third strike. Crewe took Jaq healthy swings and then punched a hit to right after Brogdon had advanced to �.,>.,1 totals. Arkmo Power Robinson drug. Summary runs Don 2, Puckett 2, Blackard. B p b Ted in a. Ter Terry g Kard 30 6 21 to 7 300 021 0�?6 002 020 0�?4 Taylor c Brog j Baxter Crewe 2. It Don. Runs Bat Brogdon Puckett Bax j Burns Cutchin Crowe. L Warrington. Earned runs Robinson i Arkmo 2 two base hit Blackard three base hit pc. Brogdon. Sacrifice Fly. Terry base on Bali a off Warrington i off Bell i strikeouts Holland i Warrington 3 Bell 3 hits off d Warrington 5 in 5 innings winning Pitcher Warrington. Umpires Browning. Whitworth Smith of Al Vil of Umi met re 1 #m0 this year despite increased attend Alice at Ball Parks All Over the j country and resumption of minor leagues that fell to seed during the depression football is going to endanger the Diamond sports distinction More than Over this season s Bill of Gridiron fare is More appetizing than Ever due chiefly to the extraordinary number of interesting intersection Al contests on the schedules. Ii orig trips across. Country were out during hard times except by teams of the larger institutions. This season Many it it a the smaller College teams will occupy upper berths on the Road to foreign i Routs Miles away i rom their regular t Fri tory. Of course the traditional treks of notre Dame Pitt. Army. St Mary a and Michigan Lead the list in importance. But of no less con sequence is the fact that such schools As Duquesne. Marquette Washington University St. Louis University Ford Harn. And George Washington will play practically As Many intersection Al contests As they do games of purely local interest. Duquesne for instance tangles with Illinois Wesleyan. Sept 20 Kansas stat sept 27 and Washington University get 18. At Pittsburgh and takes the Road for Battles with Rice Ort. 5 and Oklahoma aggie nov. 9 Fordham engages Purdue get 12 Vanderbilt. Get. I Pitt. Nov 2 and St Mary s. No 9. All at new York. A a menu is appetizing George Washington takes on Alabama. Get 5 Rice. Non 22, and Tulsa. Nov. To. At Washington and then hops the trolley for a pleasure Jaunt out on the planes to meet North Dakota. Nov. 28. St Lotus u. Has scheduled intersection Al contests with North Dakota. Arkansas state and Marquette its City rival. Washington Uhas listed in addition to the Duquesne tilt outside contests with Southern methodist at Home an Illinois and Michigan state abroad Carnegie tech has taken on an i ambit tonal into reset Iona schedule j which includes foreign frays j against new York University oct 12 Purdue. Oct 26, and holy Cross. I nov 9. Marquette is lined up with Mississippi on the Lutter s Field get 126. And at Temple nov 16, and then tackles Creighton at Milwaukee. Nov. 23. Kansas has one of the most am a bilious foreign campaigns of any big six team la meets North adult Ola away from Home sept. 28. And Mulligan state at Lansing. Get. 25. Other Choice pieces de resistance on the seasons menu include the frays Between Illinois and Southern California at los Angeles. Get. 26 Chicago at Nebraska. Sept 28. And j the latter school at Pitt nov. 16 Colgate at Iowa oct. 12 Kansas at notre Dame sept. 28 Penn at Michigan. Nov 22 Minnesota at Nebraska. Get 12 Tulane at Minnesota. Get 19 u. C l. A. At s. I m ii., nov. La Colgate at Tulane. Nov 2 Michigan at Columbia get 26, and l. S. U. At Manhattan oct 12. A a a i us Ping spreads Lav j what is the reason for this spread of intersection Al play it Isnit the tendency of Strong team to invite weaker teams from other sections of the country for breather games for last year Rice Rose up and thumped Purdue and Texas took notre in the first contest of the season. This year Chicago and Nebraska tangle sept. 28. And notre Dame has lined up Kansas a big six Power for its game this is positive evidence that big schools Are veering away from the breather game idea and have elected to Start the season off by shooting both barrels. The chief reason for the increase in intersection Al tilts is that Small colleges under better nip hum hindu Yam Las in spuds Chick squad through scrimmage sessions the Blytheville High school football squad went through its second scrimmage session of the Early s son training period at Haley Field yesterday afternoon head coach Carney Laslie had one set of backs blowing off tack throw ing passes and cavorting up and Down Hie Field til defensive i performers were getting their full share of work trying to hold tin i gains of the offensive squad to a minimum. Especially pleasing from t in standpoint of defensive perform an was the work of Wise Youthful 200-Pounder. Who although Green in experience proved exceedingly hard to get out of the Way. Towering Well Over six feet Wise has the pie. Seal requisites for to first cd. A tackle with experience and a. Backfield seemed to be shifting with fair precision y Ter Day. The quartet running mod of the time consisted of Hershel mos 1 Ley. Biddie Saliba. Slick m Lith and Besheares. Mosley is several pounds heavier this year than last and apparently has lost none of his j elusiveness that made him til most i Walker shifted from tackle to Center to fill the Gap occasioned by he loss of red hurtle bids fair to give the Chicks another Strong bulwark in the Middle of the line this year. Just How Good Walker will be at defensive play in his new position remains to be seen but one thing is certain it s going to a difficult for opposing linemen to pull the old trick of bouncing the offensive Center Over backward before he gets set after throwing the bail Back. Walker is built solidly and is Well anchored when throwing the Ball. Some venturesome lineman is going to find himself bouncing Back like a rubber Ball when he attempts to upset Walker who was Given some special attention by Jiminy Tipton former Chick Star before the latter departed recently to rejoin Alabama a Crimson tide. Starling Young the sensational Junior High athletic Star of last year is another who lacks Only experience to make it Tough for the opposition. And at the rate he a going experience is Gong to be gained quickly Young bids fair Tot give someone a stiff fight for a Southern league w. L. Pct. Atlanta. 89 57 .610 new Orleans 83 64 .566 Memphis. 81 69 .540 Nashville. 79 68 .537 Chattanooga 72 73 .497 Little Rock 72 74 .493 Birmingham 56 92 .378 Knoxville. 56 92 .378 j night game National league w l. Pct. St. Louis. 49 .637 Chicago. 87 52 .626 i new York. 81 51 .614 Pittsburgh. .78 i .561 Brooklyn. .61 72 .459 i Cincinnati. .59 79 .428 Philadelphia. .56 78 .418 Boston. .33 99 .250 american league w. L. Pct. Detroit. .86 47 647 new York. .78 54 .591 Cleveland. .69 66 .511 Boston. .68 68 .500 Chicago. .65 66 .496 Washington. 58 76 .433 St. Louis. .56 77 .421 Philadelphia. .51 77 .398 father and sons ask pensions Piggott Ark. T up a a 97-year-old father and his three children Quot All past 70, Are applicants for old age pensions. The j 97-year-old candidate is the old j est Relief applicant in the county. National league new York at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Fire Siren gets dignity Oelwein. Iowa up a a fire whistle should have a definite meaning in Oelwein the City fathers have decided. Anyone caught driving an automobile behind a fire truck will be dealt with according to a new ordinance. American Detroit at new York. Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Boston. Jiedel a ii they re Here the new Friendly Buhr. Shoes Jot fall 1935 new toes kid and calf Black and Brown $ 5 Jiedel teared broken Field runner in this to. Section of the state last la set string Wing berth tor the Start. Anything i it Sley will be even bet-1 Roberts a hard hitting lineman Ter this year. Barring injure an 11 whose return to school is the of n younger brother. Russell along fast with the gras gives it Lier prom Vear of arrival. Earning cutters in .111 up on a schools. Little t Lisle and Warner prove the ii praying a with that of Roger j a entre College and a Arjun Thorpe under pop were among the firs to Centre and its band of colonels took the measure of smug Harvard Back in 1921, and pop led his band of Indian braves to Victory Over Johnny to prove to the High bowed Ca j that the pigskin sport was t foreign West of the alleghenies. Another reason i it the fact that Independent schools in an Effort to gain recognition i Blocky and resulting larger enrolments Are i forced to Bill games with schools in big conferences that s Why Duquesne. Marquette George Wash j in ton Fordham cent to Clara St. Mary s ant hopping Here and there fast company. Such institutions As Vard. Princeton and a nary i other keep to Tulare in and members of Ference rarely i their own Circle football. S Yale j Dart big to o step >1 a Pill r jut i. Co in it of table return to school is the cos Ion for considerable Joy among Chick fans is making a serious bid for consideration. Hell see plenty of action Quot before the season is Over. Of course several veterans Are on 1 hand with the avowed purpose of preventing any enterprising youngsters filling positions they have come to consider More or less their j own for instance a a Rasputin Hayden Elmer Lindsey Ray Larkin Gene Blackwell and red Baxter were in the thick of yesterdays scrimmage and indicated they were ready to meet the Challenge of any of the up and coming youngsters., Max Hutchins o Neal Craig j backs and others who know their Way around were on hand. Craig is a rugged regular with experience j and Hutchins is due to be heard from this year he turned in a bang up game at Paragould last fall. Slimmer students read More Columbia. To. Up a the report of the general Library at the University of Missouri shows that summer school students used a total of 27,724 books during tile i ast summer session. Last year s total was 26,257. Courier news want ads pay. When you think about fall think Terest and color about pattern in timely clothes for men and Young men 27- 45 As new new a Range of blues with rust Browns Blued Grays soft greens purple ast br0wn-f0rman i fun Ucci foal fat whisky pieced a a in Forman have been making Kentucky. Of definite High Quality Tan Dardaine 1870.thi indent distiller a. And he always been family of i it makes nothing else but whisky. Brown Forman v yes and bottles every drop of the straight whisky that bears the famous Brown Forman Trade Mark. Bottoms up Kentucky straight whisky one full year old. Aged in deep charred White Oak. Ester tested to insure mellowness. Full Flavoured Rich and deliciously Mellow. Yet priced amazingly Low is made by the Waken of old forester Kentucky straight whisky 4 years old bottled in Bood under u s g Avert ment Sutier vision. I tuna in tied or bouquet smoothness Teal Kentucky Richness buy it for that Avital occasion Srauy time it area Loylow priced a br0wn-f0rman distillery co. It Louisville in Kentucky since 1870 you la approve of clothes in a Range these new timely of styles for every build and to suit every preference. Merit clothes for men $22.50 new prep suits $21.50 Dobbs hats $5 to $12.50 new Stetson hats Nti Nii Bisish shoes $6.75 $8.50 Edgerton 5 forum Arrow shirts $2 up new neckwear $1 Dalton hits $3.50 $5 $6 $6.50 jul r. D. Hughes amp co. 3 doors est of Ritz theatre in

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