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FACE EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Good Pitching or Dead Ball?Hurlers Strut Stuff in Majors Ky JOE KEICHKEK Associated I'ress SjKjrts Writer Is this a pitchers' year or does Ted Williams know something when he insists the ball is deader? Look what happened yesterday. Karly Wynn protected Cleveland's one-game lead over the New York Yankees in the American League by besting Philadelphia's Sam Xoklak in a 1-0 hurling duel. A home run by Hob Kennedy settled Ihe issue. Brooklyn increased its National i register his 15ih victory. That | row in '35 has a National League League lead to six games as rookie brought Cleveland's home attend- team racked np as many straight as Clem Lablne outpHched Clncin- ance to 1.501,187, tops in the ma- the Giants. Baseball's modern rec- natl's Howie Pox, 3-1, while Pitts- jors. wyim gave up live hits to ord Is 26 in a row, set by the Giants burgh's Howie Pollet blanked She]- four for Koldak. in 1916. in NATIONAI Brooklyn New York Boston . Philadelphia . .. St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh SHI. , LEAGUE W 1 Pet. G.B. 80 45 .640 15 52 .591 6 62 61 .504 17 63 64 .486 18 59 62 .488 19 64 72 .429 28 "j 53 71 .427 26 li 54 13 .425 31 AMEKICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Boston Chicago ItntrMI W I, Pel. (i.B. ?.!> 46 .635 19 47 .627 1 73 51 5gg g 69 57 .548 11 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST », 1981 don Jones and the runner-up New Byrne's 13th walk, a pair of field- York Giants, 2-0. to end their 16-1 IT'S choices, a lone Us 1 by Joe Di- game winning streak. _ . Maeijlo and a single by Charlie Sil- Max Lanier of the St. Louis Cards vera (mulshed the winning Yankee in the 10th. Bob Kuzava, shut out Bubba Church and the Philadelphia I'lill- Ifes, 2-0, and runs fourth Yankee hurlcr, was credited with tlie victory. The Browns ral- Omar Lown of! tied for three runs In Ihe eighth to the Chicago Cubs -tie Ihe score at 5-5. A two-run whitewashed Otie'J single by Matt Batts tlimaxed the Nichols and thel rally. Boston Braves, 1- Jones Yields 3 nils 0. A brilliant pitching exhibition by The highest run Pollet ended the Giants' IB-game total was made ; winning streak, Longest in the Naby the Yankees, j tional League since 1935. It cook who defeated the St. Louis IJrowns, 7-5 in 10 innings two unearned Pittsburgh runs, however, to cool off the New Yorkers The Pirates made only three hits Ilowie Pellet and they needed j off Jones Only one of them figured 13 walks by Tom- j in the scoring. That was an eighth my Byrne. The Detroit Tigers nipped the third place Boston Red Sox, 5-4, Chicago's While Sox took a 4-3 decision from Washington in 10 Innings. Not one of the 16 teams got as many as 10 hits. It was the same itory on Monday when four shutouts Including two three-hitters and a pair ol two-hitters were pitched although six teams were idle. Altogether 79 shulonls have been hurled thus far in the National to only 81 all last year. The American is only one short of last year's entire shutout output at 62. A seventh Inning home run by Kennedy gave Cleveland its 12th straight triumph over the Athletics. It was the. second time the Indians have beaten Zoldak, a former tepmmate, 1-0. A crowd of 23.573 watched Wynn inning leadoff single ' by rookie Prank Thomas. Jones then walked Ralph Klner nnd ran the count to 3-1 on Gus Bell when Dave Koslo replaced him. Jack Phillips came in to bat for Bell and grounded, into a double play on the first pilch. The Giants appeared otit of the woods when ptnch hitler Clyde McCul lough sent a rnutlne grounder to second but Eddie Stnnky hobbled the ball and Thomas scored. Then outfielder Don Mueller dropped a fly ball after an Alphonse-Oastcn act with teammate Willie Mays and McCullough scored all the way from [irst. Pellet, however, deserved the victory. He struck out four, walked none and retired 17 men In succession. He gave up .six hits, three of them to Bobby Thomson. Not since the Cubs won 21 in A Duke Snider batted in all Brooklyn's runs with a fourth inning single and an eighth inning homer. His tour-bagger came wllh one man on base and snapped 'a 1-1 deadlock. Lablne, In his first major league start, gave up seven hits, struck cut nine and did not Issue a base on balls. Howard Pox, who has not beaten Brooklyn since 1948, dropped his ninth straight to the league leaders. Until the Reds tallied In the sixth, they had gone 32 consecutive Innings without a run. Kill Hits Timely George Kell bounced a two-run single off the shoulder of rookie third baseman Mel Hoderleln In the eighth to give the Tigers their win over the Red Sox. The defeat dropped Ihe Sox to six games behind the Indians. Ray Colcman's double scored Nelson Pox with the run that gave the White Sox their 10th inning victory over Washington. Harry Dorlsh went the route for Chicago, winning his third straight over the Senators this year and his eighth in nine lifetime decisions against them. Lown hurled a four-hitter against the Braves and scored the only run of the game. The Cub right- hander doubled In the fifth and crossed the plate on anclher two- bagger by Hal Jeffcoat off loser Nichols. Lnnier scattered nine safeties in blanking the Phillies, shutout victors In their last three games. It was the veteran lefthander's fourth straight win. Hal nice and Solly Hemus batted In the Red Birds' runs. Detroit Washington . Philadelphia St. Louis .... 53 52 • 51 38 .472 .419 .308 .309 20 21 30 40'.-i SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pel. G.B 85 55 .607 76 64 .543 Little Rock . Birmingham Mobile Nashville . . Memphis . . Atlanta . .. Chattanooga New Orleans 73 72 71 70 66 55 .525 .514 .511 .500 .403 .397 11'.'. 13 13 V, 15 •28 29 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Pittsburgh 2. New York 0 Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 0 Chicago 1, Boston 0 American League Detroit 5, Boston 4 Cleveland 1. Philadelphia 0 Chicago 4. Washington 3 (10 in nings) New York 1, St. Louis 5 (10 in nings) Southern Association Atlanta 7, New Orleans 6 Birmingham 3. Mobile 2 Little Rock 8, Chattanooga 6 Nashville 7, Memphis 8 Owners Reported Near Deadlock On Choice for New Baseball Czar By TED SM1TS NEW YORK, Aug. 20. (APi—There were Indications loday that a deadlock is developing among the 16 major league baseball club owners over election of a new commissioner. This could pave the way for choice of a darkhorse candidate. Th« owners meel in Chicago Sept. 20 legally empowered to elecL a successor to A. B. Chandler Iti the game's top job, paying $65,000 or $75,000 yearly. At the meeting in New York Aug,* 21 the field was winnowed down to five men: Gen, Douglas Mac Arthur. Milton Eisenhower, president ol Pennsylvania State College; Ford Frick, president of the National League; Warren Giles, president ot the Cincinnati Reds; Frank J. Lausche, governor of Ohio. It,la beginning to look a.s If none of these, even if available, could command the 12 voles needed for election. In the darlchor.se field are two well known figures who for one rea.son or another were not Included In the "famous five" that represented the considered choice of the baseball powers. These are James A. Farley, chairman of 'the board of Coca-Cola Export, mid George Trautman, 'the czar ol Ihe minor leagues. New Name Cropi Up Now a new name has cropped up. It is Benjamin H. Reese, who retired this year as managing editor of the. St. Louis Post-Dispatch He is known to have support among the big league owners. Although not well known nationally, he i highly respected within the newspaper profession, and Is a man of commanding physical presence and executive ability. Some baseball owners fee! tha the game does not need a famou: natne—in fact, they believe Uie Jo' will make (he man. There is precedent for selecting a darkhor.se. Chandler him?o!r was one when he was chosen in 1945 (o suceed. Judge K. M. Landis. Those who talk about a niati outside the "famous five "—and there Is no bar to selecting such a man —offer thf'se arguments against the present field: General MacArthur at 72 is too old; Eisenhower probably wouldn't take the job; Frick and Giles have National Lcagvie ties lhat might handicap them; Lausche is in politics. TODAY'S GAMES National League Chicago at Boston night Cincinnati at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia night American League Washington at Chicago ' New York nt St. Louis night Boston at Detroit Philadelphia at Cleveland Southern Association Night Games Memphis at Nashville Little Rock at Chattanooga Atlanta at Birmingham New Orleans at Mobile Lanier Blanks Phillies As Cards Triamp/i 2-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS While the New York Giants and the Brooklyn Dodgers continue their argument for leadership in the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals have enteied another discussion—one that concerns the final makeup of Ihe first division. — * Oldtimer Max Lanier drove home a point in the Cards' favor last, night with a 2-0 triumph over the Philadelphia Phillies. That cut the Phils' fourth place advantage over the Red Birds to Just one game. At the same time the Boston Braves lost their game with the Chicago Cubs, 1-0. and found themselves Just a game In front ol the Phillies. That leaves BWL, Commercial All-Stars Clash The all-stars of the Conimercla League tool: another crack at th best players in the iBiy Windo League at Little Park r thls after noon In the second «nme of th Y's "city softball series." Two weeks ago, the two tean angled for the first time and th Day Window League emerged vl< ortous by a 6-5."count and the "fi boys" .were out to duplicate th: Ictory this afternoon. The Bay Window , League wa Play in Manila Tourney in Semi-Finals Some mine-laying ships are able to carry as many as 400 mines at MANILA. Aug. 29— T\vo teams will square away here tonight in the semi-finals of Monettc's Invitational baseball tournament for semi-professional teams. In tonight's lone semi-final tilt, the host Manila Jnycee team will take on Lepanto at 8 n.m. Another senii-(inal game toniur- row night will pit Dclaplatne against Monctte. Finals of tlif* tourney arc slated for Friday night. Two games were played last night with Dclaplninc beating Hornersville. Mo.. 16-li nnd Monctlc (humping Joncsboro H-5. First round action Tnsday ni was highlighted by a no-hit, no-run pitching performance by Manila hnvlc-r BooLs Buddy. Buddy pitched near perfect ball ns the Jaycccs lipped Number Nine 2-0, Buddy faced only 28 men In the nine inning affair, with the lone Number Nine b.tse runner reaching first on an error. In another first round same Tuesday night, Lepanto thumped Lighl 8-4. were defeated, 7-5.' Tommy Byrne allowed 13 wal while absorbing hfs eighth defc against four victories. Reliefer B Kuzava (10-6) was the winner. : TKAl'l'Iil) GIANT—Giants third baseman Bobby Thomson .right) teps out of basepath after being tagged out by Chicago catcher Bruce Edwards During attempted double steal in the sixth inning of the Giants-Cubs opener at New York Monday. Cubs Phil Cavarretta (44' overs home on the play which resulted in the inning's third out. Rundown started when Whitey Lockman. on first, broke for second Thomson tried for the plate. fAP Wirephoto). Paps Book 7 Grid Games; Five to Be Played Here A seven-game schedule for Blytheville's junior Papooaei for the 1951 grid season was announced last night by Earl Nail, junior high school principal. The schedule released by Mr. Nail Vols Top Chicks To Take Fourth Barna Leads Way As Nashville Zooms Into First Division NCAA Will Televise 21 Grid Games This Fall CHICACiO, Aug. 29. <AP>— The National Collegiate Athletic Association's experimental television plan will include live showings of 21 college football games over a 48-station network this season. Edwin S. Reynolds of New York,* he NCAA's specialist who has organized the program, said last night :he schedule of video games, with .earns and dates, will be withheld until Sept. 5 to protect season ticket sales ol the colleges included in the Recasts. Nine new member schools were accepted by the NCAA today. They are St. Michael's of Winooski P.irk, Vt.; Lebanon Valley, Annville, Pa.; vfurray, Ky.. State Teachers; Lousiana Poly, Huston, La..; Kentucky Graham Fights GavilanTonight Welterweight Crown To Be at Stake in Bout By The Associated Press The Nashville Vols, in the South ern Association first division today for the first time In more than a month, give most of the credit for their rise to 36-year-old Babe Barna. Big Babe, oldest regular in the circuit—not counting the pitcher; provided the lion's share of the stickwork- as the Vols copped 10 ol their last 13 games. The payoff eame last night when they used a pair of big innings to trim Memphis, 7-6. and leap over the Chicks into fourth place, Barna doubled and singled, drove in three runs and scored one to pace the Vols' 11-hit attack on Dick Littlefield and Russ Oppliger. Hurl- ng honors went to skinny right- | hander Pete Modica. The curvebill specialist replaced Pete Mallory ml the third inning and stopped Memphis with only one run the rest of the way. Jack Harshman's 4Ist homer opened the winners' four-run spree in the third. Buster Boguskie's third roundtripper led off the fifth, when the Vols added their other three scores. Ed McGhee and Dixie Uo- rlrjht hit for the circuit for trie Chicks. Birmingham edyerl the Mobile Bears, 3-2: Little Rock thumped the Chattanooga Lookouts. 8-6; and Atlanta topped New Orleans, 7-6. Little Rock maintained its nine- same league lead by pushing over four runs In the top of the ninth to conquer Chattanooga. Ernie Groth had the Travs well in hand until the last two frames, when he weakened and yielded six runs. The NEW YORK. Aug. 29. (AP)—Welterweight champion Kid Gavilan confident and at the peak of hts itate. Frankfort. Ky.; Stout In- form, was rated a hefty 13 to 5 fav- tirntp. Mpnnmonlp Wis • Ahilpnft ,*.-.•»„ i~ ...\.t~ .T-.J..- „ _, _ , ., I sends the Paps against Marked will be played at Marked TretlF* Mr. Nail stated that one al^he games, with Newport on Oct. 18 has been only tentatively booked pending the receipt of a signed contract from Newport officials. The Paps at present have only one open date on their slate and that Is the second week-end of their season on Sept. 20. Five of the seven games booked are to be played at Haley Field with only two on the road. The home schedule Includes garnet with Poplar Bluff, Mo., Walnut Ridge, Paragould, Jackson, Tenn and Osceola. '* The Paps will close their schedule on Nov. 1 at home with Osceola's junior Seminoles furnishing th« opposition. The schedule:'' Date Opponent Where Sept. 13 Marked Tree . -there Sept. 20 Open Poplar Bluff, Mo. Walnut Ridge Paragould Newport (t'tlve) ,Ti~'-*o ni Tenn. Osceola Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 here here here there here here stitute, Nfenomonie, Wis.; Abilene (Tex,) Christian; Lewis and Clark. Portland, Ore., and St. Mary's Moraga, Calif. The NCAA Extra Events Committee clarified the stand against Learns playing off-campus contests In light of the New York basketball fixes oxpose last March. The group said the desired situation is one in which member schools rent the facility and have complete management and control, including use of the institutional personnel for the complete operation. This year the President requested nondefense expenditures nearly double those of 1948. scheduled to stnd either Reed Scott or Sonny Sties to the mound Yankee against the Commercial League's ' mm, 'Billy Baker lod'ay's game. oritc lo whip Billy Oraham of New York in their 15-round title bout at Madison Square Garden tonight. j Although he lost one split decl- i sion to Graham and won the same j wav in the return, the sleek, flashy Cuban has been made the big choice' on the strength of his recent form. The 25-year old Gavilan Is riding a ten-fight \vin streak which- began with his revenge victory over Graham on Nov. 17. 1950. The slick ; boxing New Yorker had edged the colorful Cuban nine months before. ^"Bu't yw'htle Gavilan has been busy fighting himself Into top condition, Graham has been sitting on the sidelines waiting for his title shot.; Once a very active campaigner—he's had 103 pro fights—Billy has had' only one tuneup this year. He beat Billy Jenkins at North Adams, i Mass., on Aug. 9. ] This will be Gavilan's first title. defense since he won the crown by! trouncing Johnny Bratton in the j Garden on May 18. A crowd of i around 9,000 Is expected to pay around $40,000 at a $12 top. C.B.S. will network both the bradcast and the telecast. The fight wll start at 8 p.m. (CST). Person Medalist in Memphis Play MEMPHIS, Aug. 29. (/TV-blltls Person of Memphis, former Mississippi State champion, yesterday won the medal In the regional qual- ifing rounds for the 0.S. Amateii? golf championship tournament. Person finished with a 69-11—140 to win one of the three berths open to regional qualifiers here. Jimmy Whittenberg of Memphis shot a 143 and Harreld Kirkpatrick of Greenville, Ky., had a 147 to win th« other two spots. Ross Collins of Monticello, Art., state and open champion of -nil home state and holder of the national lefthanders title, finished with an 80-77- -151. Read Courier News Classified Ads, loss was his seventh against only two victories. the Cards, at the head of the second division class two games from the No. 3 spot. Lanicr, nt 36, marked up his fourth straight triumph with hi. ninth victory against eight defeats last night. The Cards bunched three hits In the first and then Sol ly Hemus came through with a sin gle to score lh« second run in the sixth. The loss went to Bubba Church U3-9) and reversed the order of things after the Phils had won three straight shutouts from the Cardinals. Tonight It's Gerry st.iley (14-13) against the Phils' Robin Roberts At Sportsman's Park it was another give-away night, but not one that St. Louis lirowns owner Bill Vccck had authorized. 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