The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1951 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 9, 1951
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PAGB SIX BLTTHETTLLB. (ASK.) COURIER KEWI THURSDAY. AUGUST », tttl THEY CARRY ON—A handful of cadets continued piacltcc bn Ihc Unilud States Military Academy's parnde ground at West. Point. They carried on normally while a storm of protest about the thrcnlcn- ed dismissal of 90 cadets, 40 or more of thorn /oolhalJ players, raged throughout Ihc country. Cribbing on examinations in violation of the honor code pointed to wholesale expulsion (NEA) Indians Take Command in American League Osceo/aP/ansBanquef For Diamond Champs Stan's Efforts Go for Naught As Pirates Pound Cards 10-7 By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS There seems to be only one thing consistent about the St. Louis Cardinals these days —Stan (The Man) Musial. The man just goes on hitting as the Cardinals flounder around between low first division and high second division in the national league pennant race. Last night at St. Louts the man*hammered across four runs with a Ofiecoal Is planning a champion sendoff for their state champion Junior Legion baseball team when the team leaves next week for Baton Rouge, La., and the regional tournament. Joe Applebaum, commander of* Osceola's Mack Grider Legion post said this morning that the post Is planning a banquet for the state champs to send them off to the regional tourney in fine fashion. Although details have not been completely worked out for the banquet, Commander Applebaum stated that some of Ihe leading sports enthusiasts of the Mid-South will be invited to attend the affair. The Osceola team won the state hatnplonshlp by defeating the Litle Rock Doughboys in the finals of he state tournament at Newport ast Sunday. Little Rock had reign- d as state Legion champions lor Iglit consecutive years. Date Not Set Date for the banquet has not been set but it will be held in Osceola's Community and it will be open to the paying public The. Osceola team Is scheduled to lenve for Baton Rouge Aug. 16 Commander Applebaum stated that he Is seeking an outstanding speaker for the event. He said that a number of sports writers of Arkansas and the Mid- South will be Invited to attend. single. « double and his twenty- fifth circuit smash of the year in five trips to the plate against the Pittsburgh Pirates. But the Cardinals lost, 10-1, as they lashed out 14 hits and drove Tom Poholsky from the hillock at the start in four-run storm in SUa Ittolil the nrst inning. They sent promising rookie -Dick Bokelmann, late of Houston, to the showers In the sixth by scoring three more runs and then tacked on extra runs against Al Brazle in tha serenth and George Mungcr In the ninth. Out Bell led the Pirate batting procession, getting a triple, a single and his thirteenth homer of the aeason in order, each off a difffer- •nt pitcher. He accounted for four nine, driving three of them home The St. Louis Browns, ns their ewnor Bill Veedc says..are consistent. They continue to lose. Yesterday «t .Cleveland, they lost another to the Indians, this time, 2-1 That put the Indians in first place ta the American League. The Browns now have lost five it a row. A lucky pop fly two-run double by Larry Doby decided a pitchers' battle between Bobby Fcllci and southpaw Tommy Byrne. I' WM Feller's eighteenth victory o th« season. ^acemakers Win 6-1 n Paragould Tourney Biirnel.t Hudson's Pacemakers moved into Lhe semi-finals of the orthcast Arkansas soltball tournament nt Porngould last, night by down- g Wfllnut Rtftge 6-1. Charles Cook went, the distance* __^ r the Pacemakers pitching six t ball. BUly Mehnrg led Burnett's -hit attack with three hits in jur times at bat, In other actiun last night Para- oiild's Junior Chamber of Corn- icrce team defeated Piggott 23-3 i move into the fie ml-fin a Is. The Paragould Jaycecs and the acemakers will meet tomorrow Ight at 0:30. BlythevilJe'B other entry In the (runament. the Ark-Mo Ktlownt- Tarn O'Shanter Play Resumed 64 Golfer* Seeking 'World Championship' CHICAGO, Aug. 9. (/P>—Ben Ho gan and 63 other of this planet' best pros today charged after golf biggest purse, $12,500, In an all business atmosphere that has placed the usual carnival-like that once freshened Tarn O'Shrmtc Promoter George S. May, who in troduced $1 goir to Chicago's pop\ lace, has upped his turnstile fee t $2.60 TOT today and tomorrow $3.60 for the final two days of th 72-hole meet he calls the " 1 championship of golf." In the post, thousands of custon ers have clogged the course at S per head. It remains to be seen the new price—which Is about 11 regular admission for most otlv tournaments—will have an effect If trie customers come, they st will find hotdog stands, several b bars located like nn oasis in stratc gic spots, end grandstands arom the first and 18th holes from whic to peer, baseball game fashion, the players. Golf-loving addicts probably ignore the ticket hike, many ot the just to get a look at Hognn, thre time National Open winner and w be making his first Chicago appcn ance since 1947. But the man-1 trie-street who used to figure SI w " worth rubbing elbows with the el to get his first look at the game called goll—these are th e f ello\vs who may stay away in droves, Tickets for the banquet have been placed on sale ancl may be pur chased by contacting Mr, Apple baum hi Osceola. rs, also will see action tomorrow jght. The Kilownlters will meet ic Jonesboro Frolics at, 7:30. The winner of the Northeast Ar- anstis tournament will automat Icily n u * llf y f or the state softball ournamcnt which will he played ater this month. The Pacemakers aro defending 'orthcnst Arkansas champions. City Softball Standings COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Leather Pullers . Dirty Sox Money Changers . Juveniles Roughnecks . Painters W n 14 12 10 1 Pet. .773 .609 .o'll .500 .353 .067 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L . Pet. GJi. Brooklyn . New York , Philadelphia Musial 48 -ucky Orphans Get 300 Mothers BAV WINDOW LKAC.UE Final W L Sullivan-Nchon ... 11 4 | American United Life 9 6 61 Implement ....'... 8 7 Moose Club 7 e Mends 6 9 Ark-Mo -1 ll N. y. t;?>— The 120 of far-away St. Anthony's >rphonnge tn fninlne ricidcn Inciln .ren't orphans any more — they io\v hnvc 300 friendly foster- mo- hers. Three hundred housewives, niem- iers of the Rosnry Confraternity at »t. Bernard's Roman Catholic Cluirch in this postwar suburban omm unity, "adopted" the younR- ters in response to nn anneal for id from tho director of the or- ihanflttc in Alleppey, Incim, Euch lonsewife will be nn extra pack- igc of food on lior weekly .shop- ling tour. The food will he collt-cted and shipped to the orphanage once month. Pet. .133 .600 .533 .467 .400 .267 Father Slays Children To Avoid Starvation RANGOON — (/p) — A Chinese father decapitated his two sons with a meat chopper while hts searched the Mnndalay market for food. K. H.' Kee, a curd maker, toltl police he killed his boys to save them fruni starvation. He said he intended Inter to kill his wife and himself loo Kcd. a victim of the Burmese rebellion, went to Maixlalay, after a lire at. *;he road Junction town of Shwebo, 73 miles awny, destroyed hl.s home, and left him penniless, lie left his family at a Chinese templfi in the sacred city while he vainly hunted employment. Lifers Thump Clothiers 21-12 Mead's Team Beaten In Bay Window Finale American United Life's Lifers closed the Bay Window League season with n 21-12 victory over Mead's Clothiers at Little Park. A 10-run third inning iced things for the Lifers who coasted through the final three innings to victory. The big inning saw 15 men go to bat against Herb Chllds, Mead's uirler. In (hat inning the Lifers got 10 hits, including two triples and a double and two hit batsmen. The free scoring affair started fast with Mead's getting four mns in the first frame and the Lifers six. Mead's picked up another in the second while the Lifers went down In order but In the third the Lifers exploded. Woody Jackson of Ihe Lifers led both teams in hitting with a perfect, four for four, day. George Clark was the winning pitcher. The game marked an end to the Bay Window League's regular season play leaving only all-star engagements. Homer Beats )irty Sox 7-6 Juveniles Triumph On Burnham's Clout Wayne Burnham socked hree-nm homer In the last half the fifth Inning yesterday after- oon to give the High School Juve- iles a 7-6 victory over the Courier •s Dirty Sox in Commercial cague action at Maloney Park. Burnham's big blow came with 3 one out In the final frame and preserved the two hit mound fforts posted by him and relief -mrler Marvin Ross. The Juveniles vere trailing 6-4 when the big blow arne. The Juveniles got to Hank Haines. Sox hurler for nine hits ncludlng another homer by Sonny 3arner. Bumham started for the luvcniles but he was relieved in the fourth by Ross who was crcd- tcd with the win. Leon Wilson pounded a homer tor the Sox. Floyd Olltson got the Sox only other hit, a single in the fifth but was retired (n a double play. This afternoon the league all- stars were slated to meet the champion Duro Chrome team. Boston . .. Cincinnati Chicago . Pittsburgh .660 .546 .523 .480 .471 .471 .440 .404 Cleveland . New York . Boston . .. Chicago . . Detroit . .. Washington Philadelphia St. Louis .. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pel- 66 39 65 39 .629 .625 .587 .581 .476 .442 .317 .305 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W t Pet. G.B Little Rock '..... 71 46 .607 Birmingham ... 67 ol .568 Mobile Memphis . ,. ashviile . .. tlanta iiattanooga . ew Orleans Ever Score an Ace? Odds Are 11,933 to 1 That You Never Will NEW YORK. Aug. 9. (<?(—Whn do you think the odds against your scoring a hole in one are? The New York World Telegram <mn Sun which yesterday complete* ils annual hole in one golf tourna ment, says they are 11.933 to 1. Only six aces have been made in the tourney since it was started 1 years ago. Also, 14320 hopeful have taken 71,600 shots. William Witton. a 55-year-ol night watchman from Brookly was tops this year with a shot tha landed 3'a Inches from the cup. Read- Courier News Classified Ad 63 S3 57 , 54 , 49 . 49 .529 .523 .479 .462 .415 .412 Feller Checks Browns 2-1 For 18th Win While Yanks Lose; Bums Stretch Lead By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sporti WriUr) *i Bobby Feller shines like the Feller of old in Cleveland's ' : irst place surge to the top of the American League. With 18 victories in the book, Feller is a sure shot for ;he 20 club. If he maintains his pace, he could equal his personal high of 27 victories in 1940. So far he's 18-4 with 49 ames to play. But Foller would trade them all 'or one World Series win. That is ils chief remaining ambition in baseball at the age of 32. Feller pitched Cleveland into the lead for the first time since May 1 when he made St. Louis his 18th victim yesterday. 2-1. Washington's Bob Porterficld opened the door by knocking his ex-New York Yankee mates out of the lead with a 4-1 triumph, Boston was rained out of its game with Philadelphia and Chicago, the other first division club, lost ground in bowing to Detroit, 6-5. in 11 tu nings. The White Sox now trail Cleveland by seven full games. After three straight Tiger errors gave the Sox a run In the 10th. Pat Mullin homered to tie the score. Another Chicago run in the llth was nullified by Detroit's winning rally for reliefer Paul Trout. Oil Hodges hit his 32nd homer, Duke Snider No. 23 and Carl Furillo No. 12 in the Dodgers' day win over the Giants' Jim Hearn. Cart Erskine who replaced Preacher Roe after two innings when his arm fall- fid to loosen un won his 12th. Cnx's Single Wins Billy Cox singled with the bases full in the 10th for the night i'er- .diet over reliefer Dave Koslo. Clyde Kins, who replaced Din Newcombe «n opened' ^ n.W J" *>""*£ «> ™,^ YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Brooklyn 1-1, New York 2-6 (2nd ame 10 innings) ' Cincinnati 7-4. Chicago 5-3 Philadelphia 3, Boston 2 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 7 American League Washington 4. New York 1 Cleveland 2. St. Louis 1 Detroit 6, Chicago 5 (11 innings) Philadelphia at Boston rain Southern Association Atlanta 12. Mobile 0 ' New- Orleans 5. Birmingham 3 Chattancoga 16. Nashville U Memphis 4, Little Rack 2 TODAY'S GAMES National League New York at Brooklyn Boston at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis night American League Washington at New York Philadelphia at Boston (2) St. Louis at Detroit Only games scheduled Southern Association Night Games Memphis at Little Rock Mobile at Atlanta New Orleans at Birmingham (2 Chattanooga at Nashville lead in the National, high mark for the year, by sweeping a day-night ttoubleheader from runnerup New York, 7-2 in the afternoon and 7-6 in 10 Innings at night. Philadelphia ed three to tie. was the winner. Snider and Frrillo also homered In this same anH Bsbbv Thomson hit Ms zind off Newcombfl. Eddie Wnitkus tripled off Willard Lumber and naval stores are pro duced In great quantities in Ala bama. Cincinnati took a pair from Chiago. 7-5 and 4-3. Majors' Top Winner Feller's victory made him top winner in the majors and extended the ndians' streak to seven straight. The tribe has won 31 of 40 in a drive since June 30. Larry Doby drove home both runs with a pop double in the fourth in- ir rullv. earned his third VictorjS with the hflo of Jim Konstanty. Jim Wilson was the loser. Pittsbureh collected 14 hits tn- cludins Gus Ball's homer to nail down Murry D'ckson's 15th win over St. Louis. 10-7. Stan Musial hom- en>d for the Cards. Cincinnati blasted Chicago nitch- in<* fnr 14 hits to give Evvell Blnck- ning ofV'Tommy Byrne who gave wel1 his llth triumph in the first only five hits but walked nine. Fel- same. Kenny Ha.rensborppr .helned ler dished m, a home run bail to Blacky out "f a janv In.the eighth rookie Ben Tavlor In the fourth, alter Gene Hermans!:! hit s three• run homer. Herm Wehmeter went the first run of the game. • : • Porterfield has solid hitting support from Mickey Vernon who blasted Vic Raschi for two homers, each with a man on. to account for all Washington runs. He was the first Senator to hit a home run since July "22, a 15-game streak, longest no-homer string in the majors. The Yanks ruir.ed Porterfielcl's shutout in the last of the ninth on Yogi Berra's double and Johnny Mize's single. George Kell singled home Steve souchock with the winning run in the llth to beat Chicago's Saul Rogovin. Souchock had doubled to tie the score a moment earlier. all the way with a five-hitter In the pocond game, won bv Cincy with a four-run blast off Frank Hiller in the fourth inning. Virgil ' Stallcun's homer with two on was the big blov.-. Eight women lived to see their sons become president of the United States—the mothers of Washington, Madison. Polk. Grant, Garfield, McKinley, Franklin Roosevelt and President Truman. 'The steel Industry consumei 8000 grams of platinum, valued at It ias tied 3-3 at the end of nine. $10,000. annually. Donnelli Named Boston U. Coach BOSTON. Aug. 9 lifi — Aldo (BufO Donelli, who over a decade ago successfully held a similar double job at Duquesne, his alma mater, today took over as athletic director and football coach at Boston University. His selection was announced by Dr. Harold C. Case, BU president, at a news conference yesterday. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, n! . Aug. 8. OP^(USDA)—Hogs 11.000: veighl-5 180 Ibs up mostly 25 to 30 lower; some later sales as much as SO lower; 170 Ibs down steady to 25 lower; sows 25 to 50 lower; bulk Choice 180-230 Ibs 22.15-23.00; top 23.10 for several hundred head under 220 Ibs; few lots late down to 22.50; most 240-210 Ibs 2'.75-22.50; 270-300 I'M 2100-22.00; around 325 Ibs 20.50; 150-170 Ibs 21.25-22,50; 120-140 Ibs 1850-20.75; 100-110 Ibs 16.75-19.00; rows 400 Ibs down 1925 20.25; heavier sows 17.25-19.00; •tags 13.00-15.50; boars 10.50-1350. Cattle 1700; calves 900; limited number medium and good <juall>.> replacement sUers 28.00-3200; c<id lots commercial to low choice slaughter steers and heifers steady •t 59.00-34*5; utility and commercial cows 23.00-21.75; canners and cutters 17.50-3300, lNTHROPS Active casual wear demands tha comfort and support of rugged Winthrop Knockabouts. Make your choice from our smartly styled, built-for-wear, selection. FAMILY SHOE STORE U.S.ROYAL You Will MAKI unforg«tlobl» dlicov«rl»i at the big U.S. Royal Tire Show. You wW ••» «1J the new and sensational U. S. Royal tire and tube advancements—improvements not known or possible before, changing all standards of tire life and safety! You'll !•• th* New Tread D»pth of much flrootsr MlUag* Capacity— th* n*w S«f*ty-Tr*ad Tr*atm*nt for entirely n*w stopping power »nd tkM protMtion. And for the Brut time you'll sen 'Total Tread Depth" Safety- hilly renewable at e«ch level of wear, without recnpping or anything of the BOrt. 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