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SATURDAY, JULY 1«, 1949 BLYTHFVTLLE (ARK.) COlTRtBK NEWS PAGE FTVB Pellet Blanks Phillies1-0 For Win No. 12; Dodgers Shield Lead with Victory By Jack Hud (Axioclated Frew Spurts WrlUr) Howie Pollet, who p«ddles Insurance lor skipper Eddie Dyer In the winter, is selling many National league (am a pennant policy 01: the St. Louis Cards. The slim lefthnnded pitcher Is helping boss Dyer meet his prein. is Card manager with a fine 12-5 record that mates Him top r in the league. Dyer has been criticized freely Jor stringing along with his veteran players. Pollet, because he thowed nothing in \Wl and only lair stulf last season, was an open target. Eddie never gave up on Howard, who pitched tor him back in his old Texas League days at Houston. Pollet didn't let Dyer down either. He lost his first two this sea- Metz Moves Up n Dapper Dan Virginia Beach Pro Fires a 67 to Take Second in Golf Meet Meroncy Books Grudge Battle For Monday Night son and readily retired to the bull pen t° "'id hte sluft - After four relief jobs he found the old 1946 pennant charm. Back on the starting routine May 14 he edged Pittsburgh and (lien lost a heart break er. 2-0 to Brooklyn. Since that loss to the Dodgers he has been a whiz, winning 11 ol 14' including three shutouts over Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia. Knowing that Brooklyn already had protected its lead by whacking Cincinnati in an afternoon game. 11-5, Pollet took the hill last night In Philadelphia. Pullet's Single Bi* Blow Pollet and Robin Roberts hooked up in a. 0-0 duel just l |k ' tH « olie Lanier lost to Ken Hcintzelman Thursday night on a 1-0 score. It went down to the seventh with no score until Pollet's single drove home Eddie Kazafc who had walked Joe Garagiola's single had moved Kazak around into scoring position. a^fhat was all the scoring of another ™-0 game. Another veteran Cardinal. Enos Slaughter, robbed the Phils of two scoring chances with sensational catches on Richie Asburn and Willie Jones. Brooklyn's lead remained at. 1 1-2 games because the Dodgers helped Don Newcombe hobble home to his Promoter MiV.e Mcroney has book ed another grudge battle on American Legion wrestling car Monday night. This time it's Ba Boy Brown, the wrestling referei feuding with the Welch brothers Brown, who all but quit the wrest ling game to go in for officlatin asked for and got a match wit Roy and Joe Welch. He will U-a with Stocky Kneilsen igainsi th two Cherokee orothers In the tt match main event of the Legion mat program ai Memorial And torium Monday night. According to Mcroney, Brown as 1 eel for a match with either or both of the Welch brothers nfter he wis thumbed from the ring while officiating a match between the Wetchs. Bill Canny and Kneilsen July Fourth at the request of the Welchs. At the time Brown challenged the Welch brothers but was booed from the ring by the fans, and last week he presented another challenge in the form of a letter to Meroney and it was accepted. The fireworks are expected to begin in one of the preliminary bouts Qtte. Ott A when Brown and Hoy off In a one-fall affair. Welch pair Brown's appears to be centered around the elder Welch who traded blows with him during the Fourth of July fra- a.s. In the other one-fall preliminary bout Joe Welch will oppose Knell- By Hurh Fullerlon, Jr. PITTSBURGH, July 16. W)— Byron Nelson. Ihe retired golf hampion, thinks he can pick a pro quad that will give the United States Ryder Cup team a real rassle n an exhibition series. The Ryder Cup team, of course won't be officially named until after lie (16,000 Dapper Dan Open ends tomorrow. But arrangements al- eady have been made for the cup- MMS to play Nelson's team at Bos-on, Aug. 27 and 28, just before .hey sail for England. This is a bit of added Incentive for the leaders In the field which starts the second half of the Dapper Dan today. Dick Metz. Ihe chunky Virginia Beach. Va., pro, shot a fine 67 yesterday to take second place three strokes behind Sammy Sncad. Slamming Sammy fired his second straight 67 for a 134. just 10 strokes under par. Metz had rounds of 70-67. One stroke further back came Lloyd Mangrum, leader in the Ryder Cup ix>int scoring, and two players who don't figure In the ompetltion, Gene Webb of Clayon. Mo., and Otto Grlner of Bal- imore. Behind Mangrum on the Ryder 2up point list come Ben Hogan, Jimmy Demaret, Snead. Johnny •aimer. Dutch Harrison, Skip Alexander, Clayton Heatner »n<5 Chick Harbert. Their places are ccrtuin. Still In the running for the 10th place are Bob Hamilton with 238 11 1-2 points, Vic Ghezzl with 238 43-60, Met?, with 205 43-60 and Jim Turncsa with 205 5-23. Metz is the only one of the four still tn the running for the 70 points that go with a tournament victory. Hamilton has shot 71-70—141 fora Bonu* B««H Harry Grayson, siwrts editor of the News Enterprise, Associate!, says that even the recipients of bonuses are now agalrut what he calls the "ridiculous" rule which forces a major league club to carry a youngster paid more Ihan $6,000 (or signing. "The bonus rule," says Orayson, "was adopted to keep the more affluent organizations from getting richer in talent but all it has done Is keep many of the brighter prospects unschooled." Wrllini In bla NEA column "The Scoreburd," Gravson quoted Kddle Sawyer «f Ihe Philadelphia Phllllo aj en* .f the chief aro- menu for Ml elmln. The q«ol« in part was: "Our bonu* boyi arc unanimous in saying that If they had l« 4* 11 over again, they woMld atari tower, and give up Ihclr bonus. In that way, they would have a better chance to warrant a large aaUry throughout a period *f years. "In the major* without experience they may never Ret that opportunity. In the main, the parents, not tn« boys are mo»t In&Ulent on a bonus. HOW THEY NATIONAL Brooklyn . , St. Louis . Boston . Philadelphia New York . Pittsburgh . . Chicago . . LEAGUE W L .... 49 -31 33 31 39 3S 43 41 51 AMERICAN New York . Cleveland . Philadelphia ! Boston . Detroit . .. Washington Chicago . . St. Louis . . LEAtiUE W I. .... « 27 45 33 45 M 43 31 « 40 34 43 34 48 Pet. .613 593 .413 .519 .50« .449 .391 .378 Pet 558 517 .556 Sports Roundup Bach Function, it. PITTSBURGH, Pa., July 15. (/Pj —Threesome's a crowd—or walking a few holes in the Dapper Dan Open with Ciiry Middlccoff, Ted Luther and Johnny Bulla. . . . First hole, Middlecolt fires a fine shot to the green and holds up five fingers to show whnt iron he u.scd. . . . Second, Cnry chips, weakly from the rough atul the ball stops six feet short of the pin. . . . "H would have been 15 .538 [ feet past If I'd hit It like I wanted 24 55 SOUTHERN sen. seventh win with homers by Tommy Brown, Roy Catnpanelia and Jackie Robinson. Warren Spahn of Boston had errorless support from the Braves In his 6-1 win over Chicago. Spahn hit a two-run homer In the second off Wnrreii Hacker. Boston clubbed the Cub pitchers for 13 hits, four by Pete Reiser. Jeff Heath, playing hfs first regular game since he broke his ankle just before the world series last fall, rapped one single. The PitLsburgh-New York game was rained out and rescheduled to make a dotibleheader today. Berra Homers Another shutout pitching Job stretched the New York Yankees' American League lead to 6 1-2 • games. Eddie Lopat blanked Ihe St. Louis Browns. 6-0. while runnenip' Cleveland lost to Philadelphia 8-0. Yogi Berra. who never hit a home nm in his home town of St. Louis, fc.fhially made the grade with two "blasts while Lopat turned in a five- hitter. The A's knocked Cleveland's Bobby Feller out of the box. ruining his five-game win streak with an 8-0 pasting. Dick Fowler made the world champs look bad with a seven-hitter that broke a trite four- game win string. Boston's fancy eight-game win splurge was halted by Detroit on a four-run rally In the ninth inning, 8-7. Washington came vip with a big eighth inning, scoring six runs to dump Chicago, 9-4. 12th place tie and ohezzi, last year's Dapper Dan winner, is two strokes further back. Turncsa. playing with a strainer) back, has 145. Lee Weldon Hurls Shut-Out Game Against Tyronza VICTORIA. July 16. oi>>—Lee Weldon, the Victoria Red Sox ace hurler, pitched his team mates to a 9-0 shut out victory over the Tyronza Independents in a game played at Hale Field in Osceola last night Weldon went all the way sirlk- ing out eight, allowing two bases on balls and giving up but four hits. He also led his team at the plate with two hits In three times at bat. S. Strange of Tyronza held Victoria scoreless for six itmings with only two hits but the Red Son got to him in the seventh and eighth frames for 10 hits and nine rvns. The Red Sox play the South Biythcville Independents at Victoria tomorrow afternoon. Box score: Tyronra AR R Wllloughby cf .1 0 Prestige '2h 4 0 R. Williams 3b 3 0 B. Strange If 4 0 Hnll c 4 0 <x> Brcan 1 n Shakelford Ib 3 0 Walker rf 3 0 J. Williams ss 3 0 S. Strange p 3 0 Major League Leaders All Object but No One Acts "Take Charley Bickncll, He could be one of the really good pllchcrs. but he Is being hurt as a bonus player. He Is 19. has lots to learn, rates about Class B as he stands. But we can't option him. It's Just too bad." Everybody thinks the bonus rul« Is "just too bad". Qrayson says. But what's being done about it? When the directors of the major league farm systems and their aides met in New York, all agreed that the bonus plan was the wrong way to do business. They all agreed that tt would be best If all players would remain within the $6.000 limit. "They'll think along that line until some youngster is ballyhoocd out of all proportion and scouts start touting scouts," he said. "Yes. everybody thinks the bonus rule is unfair," Orayson says, "but nobody does anything about it." Sports in Spurts Baseball fans apparently don't like tbc way Commissioner A. D. Illitppy) Chandler is running things. Arrording to Sport Magazine, which is conducting a poll seeking nominations for a commissioner, 71 per cent of the fan* that hare voted thus fur are In favor of replacing the present cur. Results of the early voting gave former postmaster-general Jnmcs A. Farley, an ardent follower of the sport, 25.7 per cent of the voles. Gi.uulanci nice 18.8 per cent; Ford Frick, president of the National League. 14.3 per cent; Branch Rickey, owner ol the Brooklyn Dodgers, 12.7 per cent and Dan Parker. New York sports writer, (3.5 per cent. The only catch is the baseball commissioner is picked by major league club owners, not by the fans. We don't know whether the St. Louis Cardiiml manager Is the reason or not but the St. Louis Browns seem to like baseball players named Dyer. First, the Brownies got Don Dyer, an outfielder from the sandlots of St. Louis, and lust week they signed Ted Dyer, an 18-year-old former American Legion catcher from Washington, D. c. Do yon Cardinal fans think Pee Wee Keese and Jackie Kubinson of the Dodgers are fast? Then expect the worst because the Bums have another speed merchant that's about ready for the bi£ lime. He's Sam Jethroe, Negro outfielder of the Dodgers' Montreal farm dull. Jethroe. reputed to b*. the fastest runner in tbe Brooklyn organization, recently out-ran Hartley Ewell, the swift-footed Negro Olympic star, in a 75-yard rare. Jelhroe leads the International League In stolen bases with a total of 41 In 69 games. Nashville . . Biuuingham . Atlanta . .. Mobile . ... New Orleans Little Rock . Chattanooga Memphis . . W 54 49 . 4G . 43 ! 39 . 36 . 31 .415 .304 I'ct ,021 .590 .535 512 ill .464 .400 .305 By the Associated Press National League Batting — Robinson, Brocklyn, .361; Killer. Pittsburgh 333 Runs — Reese and Robinson, Brooklyn, 10. Rims batted in — Robinson, Brooklyn. 07; Hodges. Brooklyn. 65. Hits — Robinson, Brooklyn, 114; Schoendicnsl, St. Louis. 107. Doubles-Jones. Philadelphia. 23; Ennis. Philadelphia. 21. Triples—Ennis, Philadelphia, and Furiilo. Biocklyn, 7. Chicks Hand Vols Second Straight Loss; Crax Win By The Associated Press The tail-end Memphis Chicks upset league-leading Nashville 4-1 last night for the second time In a row. Tj?fty Jim Goodwin held the visiting Vols to eight scattered hits he posted his third triumph Yesterday's Results NATION M. I.EAC1UE Brooklyn 11 Cincinnati 5 St. Louis I Philadelphia 0 Huston « Chicago 1 Pittsburgh at New York, rain AMKK1CAN LKAGtlE Detroit 8 Boston 1 Washington 9 Chicago 4 Philadelphia 8 Cleveland 0 New York 6 St. Louts 0 SOUTHKKN ASSOCIATION Atlanta H Mobile 4 Nciv Orleans 3 Birmingham '1 Chatthllongn 6 Little Rock 4 Memphis 4 Nashville 1 o," he grins. Third, lliillu sinks 0-foot putt and shouts "I don'i iclieve It; I can't do it.". . . A 600-yardcr and Middlccoff has o come out of the rough for hl.s inr. "This is not my favorite hole.' ic remarks wryly. . . . Fifth — Gary's approach doesn't bile and inn to ask Bulhi what happened. . . , Sixth, Luther's putt Is weak and Miridlccolf whispers "hurry". . . . Seventh ami ciRthth —no comment; yo'.i have to be a noimtaln gout l f cover all the linles on this course. . , . Ninth Krecn. Middlccoff looks dis^nslcd and comments: "two puts.". . . . P.S.: all the guy had was a thiee- un(lcr-par-U9. Kilowatters Edge Hornersville 2-1 In Extra Innings The Ark-Mo Kilowatters, ItafU* leader* ot the City Softball L«agu«, took a 2-1 decision from Horner*- vllle in an eight-Inning thriller tt Walker Park hut nl«ht. Billy Denlon of the Kllowatten and Holllgan o! Hornersville engaged in a tight pitching duel which was marred by only one b«d Inning, the eighth when Ark-Mo pushed Rcros* an unearned run which was the winning tally. t Both teams were held scoretesa until the seventh when Horner*- vllle chased home » run to brenk the deadlock. The Kilowatten, however, bounded back In the bottom hall of the Inning to tie It up again. * The winning run came when the HoniersvlHe catcher dropped th« third strike on Fred Perry, Ark- Mo first sncker. and then threw wild to first base with Perry ad- vaiicin? io second He scored later on a lly ball by outfielder Spikt Morton. Dcnton allowed but four hits In the cxtra-lnnlix affair and failed to give up n single base on balls. HotltRan was touched for six hits and walked two. .InlllPS I,rM>q |(,(1 Ark-Mi's l)1!tl"7 with four for frmr. Never Ton Youtls To Know: In the, n oevy of wives anil children were hiivins lunch when Mrs. Fred Unas left the table to see her hii.sband 'start. . . "Tell him to wish fur a million eaRlc.s" seven-year-old 13ecky Ilaa^ .lioutcd after her. . . . Mis. Gary Mlclcilecoff counselled moderation. "You don't wish for eagles, that's too muc:1i; you Just wish for birdies." She suggested. . . . said Becky, "Not on the pur five holes." Althoi'gh the people of the United Slates used natural gas for !l«htliig as far back as the early 1800's, II is only in the last IS years that i( ha< been extensively used In h nes and industries. II Home rans — Kiner. Pittsburgh,' against one loss. The Chicks got X; Gordon. New York. 16. h o Pete Mallory for 11 safe blows Stolen bkses—Robinson. Brooklyn. 20: Brooklyn. 12. Pitching—Sewell, Pittsburgh. 5-0, 1.000; Roe. Brooklyn. 8-2, aurt Lombards and Chambers, Pittsburgh 4-1. .800. Strikeouts—Spahn, Boston, 74; Branca, Brooklyn, 65. American League Battins—Kell, Detroit, .346; D!- Magglo. BcMon. .343. Runs — Boost, Philadelphia 81i i Williams, B-ston. 79. | Runs batted in—Stephens. "J i ton. 89, Williams, Boston. 87. 0 Hits — DiMagRio, Boston. Pesky Boston. 101. Doubles — Williams, Boston imd Mnjcski Philadelphia. 22. Triples—Mitchell. Cleveland. they scored once each in four different innings. Willard Nixon gave up only five .safeties but walked eight men to allow New Orleans' Pelicans a 3-2 edce in their game at Birmingham. Third-place Atlanta was the only -Southern Association first division club to win, battering the Bears of Mobile. 11 to 4. The Crackers Rut back their hit- Bos- I Today's Games NATIONAL LEAUUt Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at Boston Si. Louis at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at, New York (21 AMKKIOAN I.K\(iUt New York at St. Louis Washington ;it Chicago Philadelphia at Cleveland Boston at Detroit SOUTHERN LKAGIIE <AV. Night Games) Nashville at Memphis Mobile at Vlanta New Orleans at Birmingham Chattanooga at Little Rock SKY Bobo "Finished With Senators, Griffith Asserts WASHINGTON. July 16. (IF) — The future is not too bright for Louis (Bobo> Newsom — but the aging, bloopcr-pitching ball player knows his wny around. What's going to happen to Bobo Czechoslovakia's world-famed tennis stars, rejected a Czech government order to return lo Prague and nnnouncc^plhey hoped to come to the United States as political refugees. Tennis Chicago — Frankie Parker. Las Angeles, gained finals of National Clay Courts tournament by defeating Herbert Flam, Beverly Hills. Calif. 6-3, 7-5, 6-3. Yesterday's Sports in Brief By the Associated FreM General Ostaad, swilMrland — Jaroslav Dj-'jbny and Vladimir Cernik, Alcoma Angle*: Because tl«- Dapper Dan loilrlley is a charity affair, none of the touring pros asked for "appearance money.". . . . Sometimes a guy will get more just for turning up at a tourney than if he wins In the event. . . . O. Knox Young the Pittsburgh amateur, who fired ft GO on the first round, won't be around to collect a prir.e at the end. He doesn't piny yolf oti Sunday. . . . Buddy Conn, who was lew successful than brother Billy as a lighter, kept following Lloyd Mangrum right thrniiKh yesterday's rain storm. They were in service together and Buddy thinks Lloyd is about lops. . . . Ralph Kiner. the PlralM' slugger, is wearing an aluminum guard over his Injured right hand to protect It when he's off the ball field Joe Page, the Yankee relief hurler Is buying a night club in his home town Sprinp.dnle. Pa Maybe that's the effect of all those night games LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Mann Sneck Ib 2b Wright cf-ss 4 J. Conner 3b Baker If White c. Bard rf Weldon p Totals E. B. Gee to Enter Memphis 7 Junior Golf Tournament E. B. Gee. Jr.. Blylhcvillc High School student, will be the only non-Memphian teeing off Tuesday at Chickasawba Country Club In Memphis where 15 young golfers will attempt to qualify for the National Junior Amateur Golf Tournament. I Gee. a Ictterman blocking back from last .car's high school football squad, copped the state high school golf championship in the spring. Should lie qualify In the sectional completion in Memphis, he would then be eligible to compete tn the I gins August 2 Totals 31 0 x) Out for Shakelford 9th Yicloria ABR Bennett ss-cf 4 1 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 . 3 36 Valo, Philadelphia. 7. Home runs — Stephens. Boston. 21; Williams. Bcston, 20. Stolen bases—nillinsrr. st Louis. 9; Valo. Philadelphia and Conn, Wiishngton, 1. Pitching— Reynolds. New York. 10-1. .909: wynn, Cleveland, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts—Trucks. Detroit 98; Newhou.*er, Detroit, 79. tins eye as they clouted three Mobile twirlers for 13 blows. Jim Bagby went the distance for Ati lanta and twirled a six hitter. 105; Vern Williamson pitched the Chattanooga Lookouln to « 6-4 victory over Little Rock, but tt was his fielding -bility that hurt the II; i Travelers. I The Travelers started rallies tn the first and eighth. Both times he snnnoed up smashing drives by rav Hal Simoson and turned them to double plays. It was his third against one defeat. The game-winning blow was ruck In the ninth by Andres citas and counted two runs. Little ock had tied the count. 4-4, In e eighth with a two-run homor ' sacker Jack Sanford. —suspended by the Chattanooga Lookouts of the Southern Association—Is going to have to be decided by someone other than Clark Griffith. Griffith, owner of the Washington Senators and their Chattanooga farm cll'b. snid Thursday night that the right-hander'* act- Ion In refusing to accompany the Lookouts on a trip to Little Rock "has finished him with our organizations." Joe Engcl, Chattanooga's president, has suspended Bobo for the season without pay. "That's what a fellow like sorn deserves." Griffith said paid him a good bonus for signing with Chattanooga when he couldn't get a Job with any other clvb last spring—and he's run out on u.s. "No club will be interested In a fellow who docs that. He pulled the same stunt with Connie Mack We'll let him sit it out." Just a week ago Griffith was national tournament which will be jilaycd at the Congressional Country Cltib. Washington. D C.. July 27-30. On July 20. Gee will begin play in the colonial Country Club's invitational tournament In Memphis. Next month, he will journey to Houston. Tex., to compete In the national Junior Chamber of Commerce golf tournament which be- Commission to Consider Game Regulation Change LITTLE ROCK. July 16. (API — The Arkansas Game and Commission will meet here Monday to consider recommendations for changes in the state's hunting and fishing laws. Sportsmen met with the commis sion yesterday to discuss some proposed changes. Most of the recommendations were for tighter control of garfish. Read Courier News Want Ads BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKS'I ADMISSION I'KICE ANYWHKKKt Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p.m Kvery Monday Monday, July 18 ADULTS 50c — CHII.DKKN I5< New Starling Time 8:15 BOX SKATS 15f KXTRA II a a InrluHe*! TAG MATCH BAD BOY BROWN and STOCKY KNEILSON versus ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH Also Two 1-Foll 30-Mimit« Matches Roy Welch vs. Brown Joe Welch vs. Kneilson Ncw- . "We seriously considcr'ng calling Ncw- som back to tile Senators In view of Bobo's winning record (10-71 with the Loockouts. "But that's out now," Griffith stormed. Z Allies North of BljthtvlIU Box Office Opens ai «:4& Show Start. V3« Saturday Read Courlei News Want Ad* R1TZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. ULYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. Slum SUrU Weekdays 1:00 p.m aturday and Sunday: Conlinuoaa sJiuu. J nx from l:W p.m. ttoi Office Opens al 7 Week Show Starts at 7:30 Alatinee Snlurd%> & Sunday p.m. with continuous showing. 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