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SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1951 Yankees Split with Browns And Bosox, Cleveland Gain RMTHKVIU.E. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PACE FIVE McDermort Pitches, Bats Boston to 5-2 Decision By JACK HANI) 40 (Associated Prtu Sports Writer) Thanks to rookie Jim McDonald, an ex-Red Sox now working for tlia last place'St. Louis Browns, Boston and Cleveland are only a half game behind the New York Yankees in the American League confusion. McDonald, who flunked his trial, three times ana hit into a double with Boston In spring training, manhandled the Yanks, 10-2, yesterday in the second game of play. Young McDonald, sold to the - - - -- Browns for the waiver price after doubleheader after Vic Ras'chi | Boston recalled him from the Louis- notched win No. 10 in New York's ville farm two weeks ago. hail plenty of support in his lirs'l win. The Brownies ripped Into rookie Bob 8-4 opening victory. Maury McDermott, lanky Boston lefty, took lull advantage of New York's lapse by driving home four runs while pitching the Red Sox to a 5-2 night triumph over Detroit. , A n d Cleveland ~ kept step in a see- by .ond-phice rallying Wlcslcr, Yankee hot shot lefty making his fll-st start since he graduated from Kansas City, and knock- seven-run fourth ed him out in inning, Rasehi's first game triumph eighth to nip the Philadelphia A's 3 to 2. Ed Stewart and Orestes Minoso with three hits ach led the rebounding Chicago White Sox to a 7-4 victory at Washington. The I MeDermott resu!t 'eft- the go- go Sox -j'-i games off the Yankee pace. ^Brooklyn held its 10-game lead in the National although the Dodgers lost a 5-4 decision in 14 innings at Cincinnati to Iron man Willie Ramsdell. Following the pattern of the 1951 season, the second place New York Giants also tell 5-4 at St. Louis. Phils Gain Ground The Phillies, way b aclc yonder 14'4 games out of first place, closed » little ground by edging Pittsburgh, S-4, lor Robin Roberts' Hth victory. Chicago's Paul Minner broke » month-long win drought by shading Boston, 2-1, his first triumph since July 1. It was • day O f Jew homers—a total of only five—and 10 complete ; by made easy by a Yankee six-run sec- tne ond innin? bln^l t>mi n°*»ann.i ti^ai,. pitching Jobs schedule. If the regular hitters were -ng an off McDermctt of" lefty .smashed on the nine-game hav- li'g^an off day. not so for pitcher Boston. The lanky —-« the first homer of hlj major league career with two on in the second inning. Later he added two singles off Dizzy Trout to take care oJ his own decision. Ted Williams went hitless and Clyde Vollmer, whose grand slam homer gave the lefty a IS-inning victory Vast Saturday, struck out ond inning blast that flattened their old teammate. Tommy Byrne. Bob Kennedy's double off Sam Zoldak, an ex-male, topped off Cleveland's winning surge in tlie eighth at Philadelphia. Mike Garcia needed help frojn Early Wynn in the eighth to nail down his Hth win. Kamsdcll Slops Bums Stewart hit two doubles and a triple and Minoso two singles and a double to bolster Saul Rogovin's steady pitching against Washington. Sid Hudson was the loser. Brooklyn's power was checked by Ramsdell who struck out 10 in the three-hour and 44-minute contest. The Dodgers seemed to have won it In the Hth when Billy Cox tripled home Roy Campanella. But Cincy bounced back to tie on Hank Edwards' pinch double. Edwards went to. third on a wild pitch by loser Ralph Branca and scored on Campanula's passed ball. Stan Musial's three-run triple featured a Cardinal seventh inning spurt that produced all five runs and knocked out loser Sal Maglie Harry Brecheen was chased by Bobby Thomson's two-run homer when the Giants rallied In Hie eighth and rookie Dick Bokelmnnn, up from Houston, finished with a hitless job. Pittsburgh's Bill Werle wasted 3 2/3 Innings of hitless relief work alter the Phillies ripped into Vern Law for 10 hit.s and all their runs. U was the Phils' sixth straight win at Forbes Field, giving them a 12-3 record against the Pirates. Minner scored Ihe tie-breaking run off Vern Bickford in the eighth when he walked, moved to second on, i .sacrifice and scored on-Hal JeHcoafs single. Brooklyn . New York . 'hilartolphia St. Loui.s . Soston Cincinnati . Chicago , , 'ittsl)ui?h LET ME AT THAT PLTTKK-Beverly Hanson (left) of Pasadena. Calif., acts like she's going to break a putter belonging lo llabe Zaharias (right!, of Prairie View, III.,—a Chicago suburb—defending chrim- pion, after both carded a 76 to share first round lead of the Tain O'Shanter Ail-American women's open touruey in Chicago. Tliursrtay. Beverly carded her 70 first, only :o have the Babe come in a few minutes later with an Identical score. (AP Photo). Warshman Leads Vols To 6-1 Win Over Pels By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The widely discussed conversion of Nashville's Jack Harshman fromjijirst baseman to a pitcher can now be stored in U,e mothballs. Roughnecks Win CL Tilt Juveniles Defeated 5-4 at Maloney Park Montgomery - Ward's Roughnecks outlasted the High School Juveniles J-4 in a Commercial Softball League game at Maloney Park yesterday afternoon. Bill Hawkins was on the mound for the Roughnecks and was the winning pitcher. George Pollock, toenile starter, was the loser. ^ home run by Roughneck third baseman Sampson with a man on In the third inning brought Montgomery Ward from behind to lie the score at 4-4. Then the Roughnecks pushec! the winning run home in the fifth, a hit by Barger who stole second and third, an Intentional pass to Sampson and an infield ground-out by Harris. The Juveniles scored all their runs in the fourth inning on three hits, an error and a hit batsnum, League play will be resumed with the Roughnecks meeting the Painters. , NOTICE (>'•' NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMI.VISTfMTrOX HAS BF.F.X COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates upon which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of July. 1951 with the lead by trimming the Atlanta Crackers, 4-3. Harshman, hitting 385 in the past 15 games with a season homer total of 34. will still be used occasionally as a pitcher. Manager Don Harshman, whose hiting has been on the upgrade over the past 15 games, climaxed his surge with three homers last night which accounted for all of Nashville's runs in their 8-1 victory over Now Orleans The slim slugger slammed one with the bases loaded and two with noboiiv on. Birmingham shaded Memphis, 5-4: Mobile thumped the Chatta- Rock Lookouts, io-4; and Little held its three-game leag bnrn said. He wns hit hard In his first Southern Association starting role at Atlanta two weeks ago. Georse Wilson homered to help Bobo Ncwsom gain his 13th victory for Birmingham. Bill Hisrton and Jack Biiumer hit homers for Memphis. NATIONAL LEAGUE L Pel. .0511 . 5V ..51 . 41 . 4G . 46 . 42 . 40 .548 .505 .430 A13 .403 .J47 .10-1 A.tli:ll(CA.\ f.KACillt: Mew York . 13 os ton . Cleveland , ^hicrico . ., Detroit Washington Philadelphia St. l.oui.s . . W . til . til Gl . 57 , 45 . 44 . 33 . 32 I'ct. .tilti .tilO .tilO .559 .464 .440 .382 .320 O.B. 10 H'a 1C n 18 L>0 SOll'l IIKHS Little ASSOCIATION I'el. .<J34 Dismissals Will Hurt Army s Team But How Bad No One Seems to Know Ji>- OJtl.O ROIIKIITSON Aujf. 4. (Al')—Army will field a football team this fall. That much Osceola in Sami- Finals of State Legion Tourney NEWPORT, Ark., Aug. 4. (API— Osceola's' Junior Legionnaires moved into the semi-finals of the state Junior Legion baseball tournament •'•:'»'•." 'i F.-aguc Chicago 2, Boston 1 Cincinnati 5. Brooklyn 4 (II ni:'nsi Philadelphia 6. Pittsburgh 4 St. Louis 5, New York 4 A" :•" '."in P,i':t£li;. New York 8-2. St. Louis 4-10 Boston a. Detroit 2 Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 2 Chicago- 7. Washington 4 Sciulhcrn iVSKT'-'inii Little Rock '1. Atlanta 3 Nashville G, New Orleans 1 Birmingham 5. Memphis 4 Mobile 10. Chattanooga 4 TODAY'S GA.MKS National [.Ctfsui; Brooklyn at Cincinnati New York at St. Louis night Boston at Chicago Philadelphia at Pitteburuh American 1 ,ey"ne St. Lo'Jis at New York Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicago at Washington night Southern Association Night Games Memphis at Birmingham Mobile at Chattanooga Atlanta at Little Rock New Orleans at Nashville here today witli a Alvin Bell Heads SEC Grid Officials BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Aug. 4. <AP>—The new president of the Southeastern Conference Football Officials Association is Alvin Bell ol Little Rock. Bel], former Vanderbilt grid star, who was chosen for the post at last night's meeting, succeeds Frank Waddey of Memphis. About 75 football officials are meeting here for the annual rules clinic. Green lumber can be dried more quickly by a new process employing chemical treatment with ammonium carbonate or a mixture of urea with sodium bicarbonate. triumph In their first game yc.sterdny. * The Osceolons were scheduled to meet Ozark, surprise winner over the defending champion Little Rock Doughboys, in the first semi-final game at 2 p.m. today. The Legionnaires won the right, to play in tlie winners' bracket of the semi-finals by trouncing Tex- arkaua 10-0. Ozark upset the dope bucket yesterday by handing the Doughboys, who have been kingpins of Arkansas Legion play for eight years, a 4-3 loss for the tournament's first upset. Little Rock, however, bounced back later yesterday afternoon by defeat- lug Texarkana 6-4 to win a spot in the lasers'-semi-final bracket. This means the Doughboys still have a chance at the title. They were to meet the loser of today's Osccola- Ozark contest to see which team will go to the finals against the winner of the Osceola game. Finals of the double elimination NKW YORK, soonis certain. But whether it'll rc.scniMc Uiu power houses nI 1 recent years is a question that coach K;ii'l )il;iik himself |>ix>bably wni't answer until lie surreys what is lefl of a squad riddled by dismissals ( m - cheating in examiiial.ion.4. Ninety unidentified cadets were fr ' expelled yesterday for cribbing; and Cicn j. Law ion Collins, Army chief of slaff, said no names would be announced, But Seiuilor Harry Byrd of Vir- Klnla said General Collins loin him and several oilier senalors that most of the Army football team ivas Involved, Walk could not be reached for comment. He was at the academy Thur.'.day but had "disappeared" j yesterday when Secretary of the Army Frank Pace. Jr.. disclosed in Washington tlinl (he cadets had broken t'.:e sacrosanct honor -rode ol the United Slates .Military Academy. However. Col. James Leer, head of the academy's information of- fk-e. saiil ihe Army would play tootball this frll. I'tjC llillili^lils Side That aic-.'iKi a schedule litshlieiit- ert by Southern California in New York. Nov. :i and the traditional ame with Nnvy In Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium, Dec. 1. Dartmouth. Harvard and The Citadel don't appear too formidable at t.iis stage even (or a re-built Army eleven. Rut the remainder of the schedule, in addition to U.S.C and Navy, includes .such gridiron powers as villanova. Northwestern, Columbia and Pennsylvania. Even ivithoitt yesterday's setback, Army was destined to enier its campaign minus 10 of last year's players—most of whom fiK- m-cd in the Cadets' 28-game winning streak before they were bcal en by Navy 14-2 in last fall's final ame. Gone were such offensive stars is Dan Foldherg, caplain and left .'lid: (;uard Bruce Emblad; tackle Bruce Ackerm.ln and Frank Pischl. Gil Stephenson and Jack Martin from the backfieltl On the defense, Charles Shira, left tackle and Harold Shultz, halfback, also were lost by graduation. Ciry Softball Standings CUMMUKCIAL LKACiLB Leather Pullers , Dirty Sox Money Changers Juveniles Roughnecks . Painters W 10 14 .12 0 5 . . 1 .635 .600 .414 .an .071 BAY WINDOW I.KAGUK W L Pet 11 Siillivan-NeLson American United Life 8 Gl Implement 7 Meads 6 Moose Club 6 Ark-Mo '. 4 10 .786 .571 .500 .429 .429 .280 \VAUNING OUDEtl tourney are scheduled to be played , , , Cll:inc ">' Court, Chirk* tomorrow. P"»ycQ EaH . )la m , lrict MIS5 | ss | ppl County ^ I Arkansas. terms as "reserve clause." "working agreements," "waivers," and "territorial rights." But neither Chairman Celler ID- NY> nor Rep. McCulIoch (R-OhIo> feel they are ready to pass on the question: "Should organized baseball be ex- Uttle Rock made It 11 "out of 14 ""ft T" nnt |- lrusl '»»*»" over the Atlanta Crackers this year L. ^, * l "'T lC " a> ' tha " by trimming the visitors i,, the last 1 - ••* " S ° ah " m ta ^ ba11 '" inning. A double by first baseman Ralph Atkins, just down from Toledo, scored Johnny Gricc with the winning marker after Atlanta's Stan Hollmis deadlocked the score with a home run in the top ol the Congressmen Will Resume Baseball Probe Next Week WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. lAPj—Baseball-minded Congressmen took time out today to digest Iheir new found information about the national game. A week of hearings by the House .stale commerce angle in regard to judiciary subcommittee on monopoly j radio and television broadcasting or introduced them to such bawtall „„«„„„. u „ ,„»«„„,. ...^ until the gruui.J-work of baseball established. on next week. ,operations is firmly It plans to carry , featuring A. B. iHappy) Chandler las thc'zurl recently ousted high commissioner. Marlene Permcnter, Ptl. vs. Lloyd Ray Permenter. Dft The defendant Lloyd Ray Fer- mentcr Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the cour named In the caption hereof anc answer the complaint of the plain tiff Marlene Permenter. Dated this 24 day of July, 1951. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Ruth Magce, D. C. C. r. Cooper, attv. for plaintiff. Gene E. Bradley, atty ad lltcm. 728 8,4-11-18 Indians in New the Rio Grande Nature Boy, Lee Hennlny On Mat Card N'ahire Boy nnd Lee Kenning the tag wrcsUini? team which made '.i ^£bi:l !iere last Mondny m»ht as been hooked for a return performance Monday ni?ht. Nntni'c Boy and Henninx Ji.iv been booked to meet Red Robert; and Charlie Carr in the Ug matcl f nature of Ihc American Lr/jton': ViTeslljing bouts at Memorial Audit oritnn. Ljist \vcek Hcnning and Natun Hoy made their debut before a BIy Ihevllle cro-.vd In n tas match. Their performance won them the icturi honking this week. Nature Boy i.s one ot the mos popular performers in souther wrestling circles, He has appeared a number oT times on television mat sho\v.s originating in Memphis, which were viewed here. In the preliminary bouts, Roberts will meet Hcnning with Nature Boy meeting Carr. Barnum Still Leading In Tarn O'Shanter Play By CHAHf.lvS C1IA,MIU-:HI,,\1N CHICAGO. Aug. 4. lAPi-Uemtlng the circus-like atmosphere at in O'Shunlcr, a guy njmed John iiarnurn (who clomn't know Bailey) oday tried to protect his hallwny lead in the $15,000 All-American pro {olf tournament. For the first time [n the II year* ilstory of promoter George S. May's blue plate special of golf. Barmnn ' jccame the only rank outsider to ualntaln a lead in the big-name ield through 33 holes. He showed sii;ns of slipping ycs- erday when his trusty putter that] iad carved an opening . round (34. HglU under par, failed and he soared lo 74 for 138. I3nt (lie personable. ^0-pound Grand Rapids, Mich., pro if four years standing was surprised to see this figure bear (in for [lie M-holc 1-art. Today, the 33-year-old nrvrnum was ready to light off the challenges of Fjed Hawkins, El Paso. Tex.: Lew Worshrun. of Oakmonl. Pa., :he 1017 National Open champion: red Kroll. four-time purple heart veteran from New Hartford. N.Y.: atid'Al Bessellnk. lanky 28-year-old pro from Mt. Clemens, Mich. Each was bracketed at 11(9 while BWL Ail-Stars Beat Culls 14-8 Four Home Runs Hit In Exhibition Game (our seasoned pros followed at 140. They were Lawson Little, Tommy Bolt of Durham. N.C.. Cary Mlddle- coff and Lloyd Mnngrum. Grouped at 141 were such fancy dans as Jimmy Dcinnrct, Jim Ferrler and Skee !"gel. In the concurrent All-American men's amateur meet. Fr,ink Stranahan. defending •• champion, held a seven stroke lead with 138 over Harold For-man of Chicago the 1051 IlH'.iois slate winner. Babe Zaharias was two strokes ahead of Beverly HansoivPasadena Calif.. In the wcm»n's section with halfway total of 152, even feminine par. ArmnreL Miners PSoy Tomorrow The Arnun-el Timers and the Number nine Nlncts, two of Mississlnp County's most hep.ted baseball rivals will square off at Artuorcl Park at 3:30 p.m: tomorrow. Veteran Grover whittle is slated U) BO for the Miners with J. T. Conner to wcrk for the Tigers, Tins will be the first nr.'etlng of the season between the two teams. The Bay Stars won Window League AI1- thcir first exhibition game yesterday afternoon as they (owned the league's "Culls" 14-8 st Little Park. Reed Scott, first of three pitchers used by the all-stars ifOt credit for the win. Scott worked the first two Innings willi George Clark working ihe llilrd and fourth and Sonny Stiles the last lliree. The All-Stars Jumped out in front early with two runs In the first Inning, They were never Mended from that polnl on but the Culls pulled ivlthln one run in the fourth when (hoy got six of their eight runs olf Clark. x Jhnmv Fisher and Sonny Ledbet- ler led the All-stars at the plat« with three nils each. Russell Bunch jot three bits lor the Culls. Fisher. Pete Burnham and Lcd- lietter homered for the All-Stars and Kddln Sallba hit for the circuit for the Culls. Bombers to Ploy Dyersburg Nine The Blytheville Bombers, Negro .^e/nl-pro tenni, will meet the Dyersburg Tigers at Walker parR tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. A special bleacher section will b» reserved for white fans. All the Pueblo Mexico live withh. .... .... „.„..„„ drainage area except a tribe known Rams Victorious 55-2 SAN DIEGO. Calif.. Aug. 4. (if,— Scoring on their first running play, the professional Los Angeles Rams went oil to an easy 55-2 victory over a combined Navy-Marine team in a charity football game here last night. The game, part of the Navy Relief Society's annual fund-raising carnival, was played before 20,000 fans. Navajo Indians use chori ore scrapings to paint their yellow for ceremonial dances. ninth. It was the bis; Texan's tiftl. circuit smash in four days. Floyd Spcer. third u'ttle Rock moundsman, wns the winner, giving the 35-year-old relief artist a 5-3 record. .'d to R H. Green.-Jr. Rt. Bly- ...„ ........,, ui OLJIJ., ia^i \\biii ui£ J.AI.^U tu cv M. vrreen.'.jr. Rt Blv date of the granting of such letters | thevllle. Arkansas on July 13, 1851. and the name and address ol executor or administrator: No. 2051 Estate of Ina Sanders Smith, deceased. Letters of Admin- '^•ition with will annexed Issuod ti^Riley B. Jones. Blytheville. Arkansas on July 7. 1951. No. 2054 Estate of N. B. Hooker, deceased. Letters of Administration Issued to Dclbert Hooker. Leachviile Arkansas on July 17. 1951 No. 2058 Estate of the R. H. Green, deceased. letters of Administration What Don't You Need? ' Old ritkcly furniture, worn clnthts. fiihing equipment I anything nn rarlh that you I don't want in imrth monej in trades and %»aps al II * M Sales Co. Brinjt H rtown- find something TOO DO H&MSalesCo "II K Miln Phoni- MS* the] Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 3 day of August ELIZABETH Bt.YTHE PARKER. County ff Probate Clerk By Opal C, Doyle. Deputy Clerk told reporters. "But we've got to get a lot more filets. And McCulIoch said; i "We can't be impatient about com- I ing to a conclusion on it." I Old Ty Cobb. the Detroit Tiacr > great. Ford Frick. president of ihe i National League, and Ccoige Traut- ; man. minor league boss, fattened : the hearing record with learned discussion of baseballs .self-made rules Boiled dov:n, they said baseball i must keep its rules as they are or i it just can't go on. Particularly, they | defended Uie reserve clause, govern- i ing the retention and disposition of players, and territorial rights, deal- i ing wilh the areas where club own- i ers have exclusive title to ball fans. I So far the committee has avoided ' detailed discussion of the inter- A "picture" of the extremely high pitched part nf the noise of a jet plane can be taken by a cnmcra that makes use cf film sensitive to ultra- f sound waves. LAWN MOWER & Washing Machine Repair Service (•OF prompt service and expert w nrk always Call 6738 Herbert Graham 7'21 Jamison FOR SALE! MASSEY-HARRIS COMBINE Self.Propelled — No. 27 Owner will sell ,t,, price. Tliijr l.ijr combine f, like now If interne,!, rail Joe Atkins al Joe Alktns Machine Works, 3112. So. Highway 61. ELYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aug. 6 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Red Roberts & Charlie Carr Adults SOc—Children ISc Nature Boy & Lee Hcnning For Reserved Seals, ('all 33S!( Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Matches Roberts vs, Henning Nature Boy vs. Carr WATERMELONS \VHOI,KS - HALVES - SUCKS As Low TCx Each «»'> 3c Lb. Not Iced 4c Lb. Ice Cold BlythcviNc Curb Market — 130 K. Main — HAIRY VETCH New Crop Vetch Seed IMMEDIATE DELIVERY rtiu-e Your' Order Now! \Ve Accept I'.MA Purchase Orders Corp. 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