The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1951 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLVTHEVTLLE, (AKK.) COimiEH NEW$ Brecheen Shines as Cards Shade Ken Raffensberger 2-1 TUESDAY, APRIL 24 NATIONAL LEAGUE W I, Brooklyn 5 Chicago 4 PiUsburgh 3 Boston 4 Philadelpliia . ....... 3 St. Louis 2 New York , .. 2 Cincinnati 1 Pel. • A.MLHICAN' LEAGUE • W Cleveland . Washington Chicago . New York . Boston Detroit Philadelphia . SOUT!1E"N little Rock . . All-nta ..... Birmingham . Mobile ...... Memphis . ... Nashville . . ; . New Orleans . Chattanooga . • YESTERDAY'S 1IESULTS Xatlonal League fit. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1 Harry Brecheen, the Red Birds'* veteran lefthander, proved (hat. I Ilicrc is still 3 lot of stuff left in old Brooks Go 76 Innings to Nip Braves; Phils Take Giants Krom Associated Pint DUjiaiclm Maybe they're not the rage of the National League this spring but don't be too quick in counting the St. Louis Cardinals dead birds. They have their problems, true, but with a few more performances like last night's they rank! easily be the league's trouble makers. last niRht he oulpllchod another vet -,. eian lefty, Kenny : naffensberger, as the Cards shaded ; 2-1 in a encounter at St.. Louis' Sportsman's Park. "The Cat" was on (he prowl ns he kept eignt Cincinnati hits Women Golfers t {/%•• or North-South Tourney Opens Today; Georgia Miss is Medalist fWEHURST. N.C.. April 21. Mi- well scattered, BO- i &'»'«h play began in the -inth worn! cn ' s Nortr > and South amateur xolt Brooklyn ?., Bos.lon 1 116 innings) slop, accounted for both St. Louis Philadelphia 8. New Ycrk 4 Chicago 2, Pittsburgh 1 ' American League NewYor's 5, Philadelphia 4 Detroit 7. St. Louis 4 Oiily games scheduled Southern Association Atlanta 1, Birmingham 1 . Mobile 5. New Orleans 3 (Only games scheduled) TODAY'S GAMES - . . National Leajrue •Boston at Brooklyn New York vs. Philadelphia, night . Pittsburgh at, Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis " ' •' American League Bt. Louis at Detroit. Washington at Boston Chicago at Cleveland Philadelphia at New York ' Southern Association ' .' (Night games) Uttte Rock at Memphis. Birmingham at Atlanta Mobile at New Orleans Nashville at Chattanooga Tigers May Talk Trade With Browns DETROIT, April 34. Wi—General Manager Billy Evans of the Detroit Tigers had barely disposed oi one trade rumor when another tale of pending player deals popped up here today. The latest, report :aid the Tigers and St. Louis Browns may huddle today with Detroit seeking one of St. Louis' catchers — Less Moss. Sherm Lollar, or Clyde Kluttz. It was reported the Tigers might tart with several second-line pitchers and some cash. The report said Evans would probablv talk with St. Louis President Bill De Witt here. Yesterday Evans denied a rumor that had the Tigers. Boston Red Sox, and Philadelphia A's Involved In a three-way deal. I The rumor had Boston's Walt I Dropo going to Philadelphia. Phila- ' delphia's Ferris Fain to Detroit, and Detroit's Hiol Ever.s. Vic Wcrtz. or Johnny Groth to Bnstoti. In addition to Evnns' denial, (here were others Irom Manager Jimmy Dvkcs ol the A's. Boston's Manager Steve O'Neill and General Manager Joe Cronin. >! ,> . f ins the roulc lor- --• ~~.* the first time this i tournament today with Mary Lenn Harry Brecheen vcai . nut it took |Faurk ol Thomasvillc. Ga.. joining - a couple ol Held- | lhc list °' '"writes off the record- by Stan Muslal U, keep j , e ^ u , a i'j,"° J° , tnat w ,7" hcr "? e mcrial him out of hot water. Musial. who '" """' '""'~ is .supposed to have a "notoriously bad" throwing arm for an outfielder, rut down one Cincinnati runner at the plate and another at second base. Hcuitis Gets Hut Hemus. the Cards' runs. He tripled home the last tally and scored the other on Enos Slaughter's single. The Brooklyn Dodgers continued to look like the team to beat in the senior circuit. Chuck Drcsscn's Brooks went 1G full frames yesterday afternoon before overcoming Warren Spahn and the Boston Braves 2-1. The triumph maintained the Dodgers' halt-game lead over the Chicago Cubs who nipped Pittsburgh 2-1 on a ninth Inning double by Andy Pafko that scored Hal Jeffcoiib. Spahn went the lull distance and on his 30th birlhday.i too. Carl Furillo, who had made six previous trips to the plate without anything that resembled a base hit. screamed a single in the last half of the 16th lo score Billy Cox with the winning run. Joe Hatten started lor the Dodgers but was relieved by Erv Pallca and Clyde King in that'or- der. It was King's victory. I'hlls Nip Giants In another night game, the Philadelphia Phillies handed the New York Giants their fifth successive defeat, with an'8-4 win. It was the Phils' first win over Jim Hearn since he came to the majors in 1947. Rookie Jocko Thompson held Giants to six hits. the Vic Raschi pitched the New York Yankees to a 5-4 win over bis Philadelphia "cousins" for his second success of the season and his nth lifetime win In the Athletics, 13 decisions with Vic Wertz' ninth Inning home run with two mates aboard gave the Tigers a 7-4 triumph over the St.. Louis Browns in tile only other American League games. The other clubs weren't scheduled. The flawless firemen roles of Palica and King from Brooklyn followed a hitless and rimless ihrcc-lnn- ing stint by Don Newcombe and a shorter one of an inning and a third by Palica on Sunday. Ralph Branca duplicated Ncw- combe's performance, also at the expense of the Gianfs. on Saturday In last Tuesday's onencr aealnst the It. who Cvsh-Carry Dairy Mokes for Economy BELLEVILLE. Ont. (AP) _ through with a two-lnnlnc effort In which he avowed no runs and oniv one hit In a losing cause. Hrooklvn Ditchers needed no relief in the ot^er two games. Fiirlllo's winning hi! c'amr with two out, scoring Billy Cox. who had -, •uncled, reached second on a sacri- j Cars in West Germany ficc and Ihirri on Geucr Mnurh's '"- ' " — .-. . bubble of Rridir Nlk = is's grounder. The run was unearned. yesterday's qualifying' play. The slim Georqia miss ran 'iff with the nicdal honors on the strength of a .15-35—in Dial saw hcr shave two strokes from women's par on each nine of the N". 2 championship course of the Pinehnrsl Country club, n 6,000-yard la.vout. She tlcti the 1£MD record set by Grace Lenczyk of Hartford. Conn. Miss Faulk. three time Georgia Slate chamoion. led her nearest "rival, Mrs. Estclle Lawson Page ol Chapel Hill. N.C.. by four strokes. Mrs. Pap;c. former national cham- NEW FACES Jim Busby. Bob Addis and Steve Bilko, left to right, arr new faces in the major IC.-IRUCS Ihis spi ing. Busby, up from Sacramento, is in center field for the White Sox. Addis, recalled from Milwaukee, -patrols right field for lhc Braves. Bilko. with Rochester last trip, hopes to help the Cardinals .with the long ball while playing first base. (N'EA) Cubs' Andy Pafko Is Oat to Prove He s Worth His Big Salary Hike . CHICAGO, April 24. <*j—A guy who aspires to be "only half the player Joe DiMaggio is." outfielder Andy Pafko of the Chicago Cubs is proving a full-fledged National League Di Mag. and then some The Cubs hiked Andy's salary to something slightly above S3P.OOO this year. And Pafko has played pay boost. pion and seven-times winner was finalist a year aqo. here Pat O'Sulllvan. defending champion, had a satisfaelory 76 to tfe with Mae Murray of Rutland. Vt. Miss Taulk was paired (oday with Jane Thomas of Ralhhory. N.C. Mrs. Page met Mrs. C. F. Eaton. Jr.. of Wellesley Hills, Mass.. and Miss O'Sulllvan was matched against Mrs. W. B. Cocke of Charlotte. as though he had to convince owner Phil Wrigley and the government he deserved the The Cubs huve told Andy they* . will appeal for his exemption from I the government ruling which fixes i a club's maximum salary at the top I paid last year. All Pafko has done in the first five games of the season is drive' across nine runs, including the clincher In yr.sterdav's 2-1 Cub win, over Pittsburgh. [ NEW Y °riK. April 21. (PI— A fugitive ex-convict, who served His payoff double scoring Hnl I J ail sentence for trying to fix a basketball game two years ago todav ?n±T waHno^fth 1 c'x^S i "** *"* *»* ht J " ™»™ ««» «« —< widespread betting Travs Keep Close Watch On Fast Climbing Crax BV THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS While the rest of the Southern Association watches Little Hock, Little Rock watches Atlanta. * And unless Atlanta pitchers glv» _. -^ ~ enough hits In' make a hall gama Ray George Gets Texas A & M Job Another 'Fixer' Sought In College Cage Probe inning was Andy's fifth extra-base blow. Of (he eight hits he has collected In 20 trips for a .400 average, three were homers and one a triple, Lifetime Mark .295 Pafko didn't hit his third homer last year until May 5. Pafko. starting his eirtiih full season with the Cubs with a major league lifetime mark of .205. has played brilliantly afield in the still infant season. One of hi? catches in the Cincinnati series last week was achieved by climbing halfway i Beshore Meets Cocked Tonight LONDON. April 24. lAP)—Brit- ain's campaign to regain the world light heavyweight title shifts into high gear tonight when Don Cock- _ nrt -„,,,-,• i ell of London I angles with Fred- a»ain-t Tf-n p Jf ° pemnB da - v die Beshore of I'.arrisburg, Pa over : n',," J? Raffensberger of the 10 rounds. («e«».. who is his favorite first-day oockeu picked up the British and h™ ci'Jcui^ u^Jif ^^^ European light heavy titles during ln lhe o nener at rlnr the past six months but admittedly! Pe " er at ClnC he hasn't had much to beat. d Manhat- up the left center wall a~t Wrigley i S cn gam * ^ an ' '*• I9 Field. • i George Washington an Pafko blasted two homers a»aiiv=t I t * n '-7 h l S u *l* s ' he same in which the Cardinals In St. Lo U15 Sunday! District Attorney Frank S. Hogani he had been approached With n a 14-state alarm had been sent out | proposition and then coop-rattd for the arrest of William Rlvlin. 45, with authorities in making the ar- who was indicted on a bribery rests. charge yesterday along with Jack Now Hogan says Rivlin was nre Goldsmith, former Long Island Uni- sent at several meetings with Oold- vcrsily star. smith and lour former LIU plav- Hivlin was sentenced to a year in ers lo discuss fixiiiF of the LIU- prrson In 1949 after pleading guilty Duquesne game Jan. I, 1949. Goldsmith, described by the District Attorney's office as an "essential key" in the probo. is accused of offering the four players 53,500 to arrange the point spread, Duquesne won the game. 65-55. The four LIU men. among the conspiracy charge. He was arrested after . rain al: to fix a Madison Square Gar•!, 1940 between Former Southern Col Lineman and Coach To Succeed Stitcicr COLLEGE STATION. Tex.. April 24 Wi—Ray George, who went out with the gang in the coaching shake-up at Southern California last winter, stepped In today as head man of a ready-made football team —Texas A. and M. Only mildly mentioned as likely to get the job here, the big ex-line star and ex-line coach of the Trojans last night was appointed to the post vacated by Harry Stiteler. Stiteler resigned March 19 after informing college officials he had not told the truth about a mysterious beaiinz received at Houston in December. As head coach of A. and M. George, inherits a team that is a solid favorite for the Southwest Conference championship and a spot hi the Cotton Bowl H is a veteran outfit headed by Bob Smith, one of the finest fullbacks in the country. The team won seven of eleven games last year, one being a victory over Georgia in the Presidential Cup contest. Most of that team is back. George will u-ork here on a year- to-year basis the same as other faculty members—lhe same deal that Stiteler had. No salary terms were announced. Stitelfir received SS.50I) a year. The naming of George ns head coach was something of a surprise. Dick Todii. former Aggie arcat and now backfield coach of the Washington professional Redskins, was at the .me first thought certain to take job. But he did not. Then sa... t George- Barclay of Washington and Lee who was called the hottest prospect in speculation over (he veek- end. under arrest, are Edward Card. Nathan Miller. Louis Lipman and Richard Fiiertodo. _ Today's indictments were the first since the basketball scandal broke early in February but Hogan Intimated others would be forthcoming two-sided, Little Rock will have lo keep on stepping mighty llvcljj.to stay at (he head of the league.flS- 1 Atlanta took on Birmingham—otia of the best teams in the Southern —last night and won easily, 7-1, Kirby Iligbc threw a two-hitter at the Barons. As an Immerlale reward. Atlanta replaced Birmingham In second place. The only .other game was g 5-5 victory ior Mobile over New Orleans. Fogs Fans IValch lligbe's two-hitter immediately followed a one-hitter by Cracker Joe Reardon against Chattanooga Sunday. In Atlanta's 10 games this season. opposition batters have totaled only 68 Ill's. One hundred members of the city of Slidell, La., went to Pelican Park to watch Iheir boy, Floyd Fogg, play ball for New Orleans. Third" baseman Fogg must have been in a fog when he pogped toward first ba.se. The ball was half a story too high and Slidell's Fogg let Mobile's winning runs home In free passages. Later the pride of SHdcJl made a sensational catch at third and hit a double. Floyd went to New Orleans in a swap n'iih Little Rock for Bobby Kellogg. Negro Fighter * Injured in Ring NEWARK. N.J.. April 24. (ft ~ Lightweight. Charles Vcnable, who lost consciousness for 15 minulea last night after being kayoed at Laurel Garden, was reported In fair condition today. The 137-pound Newark Negro was carried from the ring on a stretcher and taken to City Hospital for observation shortly after Jack (The Bat) Nicholson of Garfield floored him with a wild roundhouse right. Dr. Max Stem of the New Jersey Stat<: Athletic Commission, who *-as at ringside, said Vcnable suffered a possible brain concussion. A city hospital official confirmed the diagnosis but said Venable waa "all right." "There's nothing wrong with him." he added. Bfshore. an undersized heavy-: i -.nails. <„ weight with curly blond hair and' a pleasant grin, will be his toughest foe so lar. The American claims hi'E-never been knocked off his feet Inv-fiye years of professional box- Ing. le same area Lange's Girls Win ot Softball Lange'; heavy-hitting girls sofl- ball team overcame an undermanned Yarbro team 39-14 In the Y's Girls' Softball League at Division Street playfielri yesterday. The Yarbro girls wer,- handicap- ' ped when some of their team mates ! failed to make an appearance and ; they were forced to play with butj seven players and without the serv- 1 the most- active prewar year. ; But there Is one serious drawback today: 3 horrible traffic jam. Ger- ; many has many narrow winding roads and crooked city s which were designed before the motoi era. The chief exceptions are the autobahns which Hitler b'lilt with military utility in mind. j Hepal Gets 'Air Foice' ICES of their coach. M. Jones did the hurlinc for Lange and was the winning pitcher. Wilson and Jarratt shared the hill duties lor Yarbro. Hit All-Time High KHATMANDU. Nepal (AP)—Thk tiny kingdom now has an air Jorce. •-•• - — « It consists of two recondltioneri ca.=h ana carry" dairy where milk ; Drmslas Dakatas (C-471 twin-en- >Mll be sold at. lour to five cent., i •zitied transport* purchased from 6.55 than prevailing prices is be- i India at a cast or S105.00D ini started hero as an experiment., j The planes arc the firs! owned sixty-year-old Geor R e Graham will i by Nepal, which previously depcnrt- sell milk at 15 to IS cents a quart, led on chartered planes from [n- The regular price here is 20 to 22 : dian airlines or Indian Government. I "",.-, , ; planes for aerial communication! Milk is a vital food .particularly . with the outside world, for children, yet many people can't afford it, at the present prices." says Graham, a farmer, rancher and businessman. He lias been in the dairy business !or 25 years and owns a herd of 260 Jersey and Ayrshire cows. BON T N. 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