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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 11, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 10-1!) BLYTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NtNB HOW THEY STAND A.MKKKIAN I.KAUUK Pi-t Mickey Haefner Gives Indians Only One Hit as Nats Win 1-0; Yankees Beat Newhouser 6-1 It.v Joe Itelihlor (Associated I'ress S|iurls Wrllcr) ^ Hill Vceck, dynamic head of Ihu world champion Cleveland Indians. ^!tny have pulled "the boner of llic year" when lio iirrfciwd Kurly W.vnn lo Mickey Haefner in Ihc Tribe's five-man vs'imer deal with Ihe Washington Senators. Haefnei yesterday pilchert the Senators lo a brilliant 1-0 shutout ovei- the Indians in Cleveland. The little lefthander allowed only hit—a. lirsl inning single by ixirry Uoby—as Iho amaxuig Nat.s ran^ nil their eighth consecutive victory and their thud in a row ovi'r Clevehind. Haefner would lie pitching for Ihe* — Indians today had not Vceck been scared off by his advanced age of 36 anti his unimpressive 1048 won and record of 5-1!!. Although Mickey's lifetime record Is hclow SOO. He is .BIV7 pitcher agninst Cleveland. Including yes- lerday's triumph. In? has beaten Cleveland 1C times while losing only eight. Only Hcach First Dnbr WHS llic only Cleveland Ixit- ler to reach third. In addition to his single, he pot on l)a>c In the ninth when he was hit by a pilched ball. Pour others reached base, all 311 walks, Haefner did not strike out a batter. The victory, coupled with Philadelphia's triumph over the Chicago White Sox. left the Senators and Athletics tied for lourth place in Ihe American League race ai an even .500 percentage, i Hal Newhonser. Detroit's sterling •lUthpaw, had a no-hitter until (he "fifth when (he New York Yankees raked him for two runs anrl went on to knock him out of Ihe box in the ninth Inning to defeat the Tigers, 0-1. The victory increased the American League leaders' margin over the Tiger.s to four games. Allie Reynolds went Ihe route for the Yan':s io register his third victory against one defeat. He received strong batting support from Tommy "Henrlch. who blasted K two run triple, and Jackie Phillips, .who hit a bases-loaded sincle. livra Injured Yogi Berra. Yankee catcher, was hit on the head by a thrown ball during Infield practice before the game. He was taken to a hospital where x-rays showed no fracture He accompanied the team to Cleveland. Gerry Priddy baited In both rnn.s to lead the St. Louis Browns to a 2-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox. The victory snapped a 10- fjnme losing streak for the Browns Priddy doubled In Dick Kokos will 81. Louis' first run in the third Inning and broke up the game ir the last of the ninth with a honv ew York . oslon . .. I'ooklyn hitacielphia iuciimati . t. Louis . ittsbnrfjh :hica [ ^o . Charlie 'Red) Embree permltlc the Sox only four hits including n first inning home run by Ted Wil Hums. The Athletics got only three hit but drew 11 buses on balls to defeat the White Sox 5-0 In night gome In Chicago. Joe Cole man pitched the sluitout, dolin nut. five hits for his second stralgl against three losses. The entire National League car was wiped out by rain. e\v Orleans llanta lirmingham lobile . ittlc Rock fashville Chattanooga Icmphis Yosfcrdav's Results NATIONAL l.KAGI'K All games postponed, rain. Sullivan-Nelson, And Jaycees Win City Softball League Teams Ploy 2 Games, One a Pitchers' Duel Sullivan-Nelson's defending champion soflbalteix. passed their fust major test of (he young 19-IB city Softball League season lust night onei^l'en they pounded out an n-:i victory over I tic lilytheville Motor Company nine for their second win hi as many Kami's. Tlie Chevrolet boys col to two Mntoimcn pitchers for n total oC seven hits, one a srrumt-hiinm: homer by .). C. Whit 111- and they combined with 11 bases oil balls and one Motornv 1 !! eri'or, tur tht-ir necessary margin, J;ick Whittte went (lip distance tin .Sullivan-Nelson, allowing seven hils for hi.s second \vln o[ Ihe si'a .sun. Charles Cook opened on thi hill [or ilir Molormen and worked ""Ii) llic llilrd when lie walked In a run, Ted Fisher took over from there bill was nimble to stop the Sullivan-Nelson onslaught. In last night's .second game, the Jayeers won a pitcher's duel f the I'tnllips Motor Company niil' 1 by a L'-l margin in the hcM mime of ihe season llnis far, Harvey Horns, who went Ihe in'i'v lor ihe .laycce.s. gave lip six iiils but received .strong backing afield fi"m his team mates and choked off ^everal Phillips nprl.siims. Toiu Ivy went all Ihe way fm Phillips, giving p only three tills, lull two «-ero for extra bases Tin 1 Jaycres bimeher their two tuns into the [ourtli inning on an error, a triple and n fielder's choice Phillips' lone (ally came in th» first innlny on n base on balls two fielder's choices and a single The Standings ream YY. iilltvan-Nel.son 2 lolland Uk-Mn ilythcrille Motor aycee.s Ponder Wears' the Roses Tialncr Hen .loues cleft* holds up hand In acknowledgement of nvn tiun as Oulumcl l-'avin's I'ondei slands in winners circle, with JocKet Steve lirooks li|). after winnini; liie 'Ifith Kenlucky Derby Salurdny. lAI Wlicpliulo.l AMERICAN l.KAGUK New York 6. Detroit 1. St. Louis 2, noston 1. Washington 1. Cleveland 0. Philadelphia 5, Chicago 0. SOUTHEliN ASSOCIATION' Memphis 5-2. Nashville 4-4. Chattanooga R-3. Little Rock 0-2 New Orleans 5. Birmingham 4. Atlanta 13, Mobile 2. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Brooklyn inightl. Cincinnati at New York. St. Louis at Boston 'nightl. Chicago at Philadelphia (nighti AMBR1CAN LEAGUE New York, al Cleveland might). Washington at Detroit. Phlladelhia at St. Louis f night). Boston at Chicago. Sam Breadon, Ex-Cardinal Owner, Dies ST. LOUTS. May 11— (IT)— Sa Breadon, the David Harum of tl baseball world, is dead. The 72-yeor-old former St. Lou Cardinal owner died ol cancer St. John's Hospital last night. His wife and their daughter. Mrs. Robert K. Goss. were at his bedside. Funeral arrangements were not announced immediately. In 27 years as head ol the Red Birds. Including sonic lean ones In Ihe old days, Brcndon led the club to nine pennants and on six oo cassions went on to a world championship, ^ From R $200 Initial Investment In ^1917. Breadon built up Ihe club to R S3.000.000 organization—the a- inotmt he Is reported to have received Irom Robert HanncRan and Fred Saigh In 1947. Saigh '-.tcr bought, out Hnuncgiin. Breadon became president of the Cardinals in 1920 after he had purchased a majority of the stock. He replaced Branch Rickey u'ho hnd been president. Rickey held his olher job of manager. In 1925 Breadon brought Rickey into the front office \vhcre the pair made the best office team the sport has seen. Together they started the farm system under which minor league clubs Here helped finnncially or bought outright. Through this system Ihe Cardinals got the players who carried them into so many pennants and the money that put the club on a sound financial footing. SOUTHERN Memphis at Chattanooga, night. Birmingham at Mobile, night. Little Rock at Nashville, night. Atlanta at New Orleans, night. Gabby Street Undergoes Operation in St. Louis ST. LOUIS. May 11. (fP>- Chnrle (Gabbyl Street, former major lea gue baseball player ..nd manage and more recently a radio broad caster of St. Louis Cardinal games underwent a major operation yes lerday. Dr. Robert F. Hyla-id, who pel- formed the operation at St John HospUal, said Street "came through the operation all riizht." lie previously had said Street's condition was serious. Owens Drug hillips Pet 1.000 1.000 l.Otli) SOO .Mil) 000 i "CO .000 SWC Not to Join in Sanity Code Rebellion, Officials Indicate rackers Tip Mobile 13-2; Pebs Lose Two mil H)' Tlip A i nor I air (I l*rrhs The At lun t Cnu-kiT.s Imnnctl -M 'on- of hits last nlKliL to \ lu- Mobile; Hciirs, \3-'2. tnul cl .socniul pliu'C \i\ Ihu SonU New OtU'nns cdxctl llic lllnhli\if- Hdvons. 6-4, lo knoi'k tin-in down lo the (heir s\iot — while Milki- liiK 1'i'lluan possession of first rc. he 1 {'linlliainitgn Lookouts duik li (Muls o[ u (Iniiblc-bni from tho LJUlo llork Ti-nvelors, 8-tl luul [i-'j, H.c Mctuphls Ohlt-ks (llvfdi'd H twin hill with Hie N»fihvlUc vols. wfiniliiK ic Itkst R Iti A iiiui ln.sLi vnml 4 to 1! Tony l.oren/,o pitched u illiM- (it llir Trav.% I» \\ cniitcsl . while holding them iscoir- %, Tut) Lookouts on me through svllli hoiucc.s; Ilnln 1 I 1 !) I Is 11 Lid Jnko lutrh'. In the nl^htt'iip. (lie Look- oiils lied It nl 'J-nll In tile las! ti uinr of Ihc M'ven-tnntiitt ronl<>si, juul won U tn llio htnlh, Clunlcy I ele.hus singled with Ihe Imscs loiul- rd (o brtnu In the winning vnn, HIL- Sports Roundup Burh duller-ton. Jr. Motor League Leaders Legion's District Baseball League To Launch Season Coach James Fisher. Manager E N- Shivley and several ucnibers of BlythcviHe's American Legion junior baseball learn will attend a "kirkoff" meetings of the ^eglon's Fifth District Baseball League hi Marion tonight. Purpose of the meeting is to complete plau.s for opening of league play May 28 and announcing the schedule. Several Mid-South spoi-l.s figures, including Doc. Protho. former manager of the Memphis Chicks, and Bill Terry, ex-major league calchcr will attend Ihe meeting. Mr. Shivley. who Is secretary of the ne\vly-foi mrd ieapue. stated that a complete schedule of games has been drawn up and will be approved and announced at tonight's games. The Fifth District League is mcide up of American Lesion teams hi Northeast Arkansas and Shelby County. Tenn. State Trackmen Win MEMPHIS. Tenn., May 11. I/Pi — The Arkansas State College Indians of .lone.sboro. Ark., deleutcd Southwestern of Memphis TS-42 in a dual track meet here yesterday. FCRT WOnTH. Tex. May II ,1'if Aparenlly Ihc Soii1hwc.s l t'uiitei- ence won't he joining In any "revolt" against the NCAA's -.saniiv cork 1 ." L R. muli'lll Meyer. Tex is Christian coach and pre.sidi nl oi Ihe National Football Couches Association, says if won't And Dean Robert A. Lcflar of the University of Arkansas. Southwest Conference president, says it won'l So do several other coaclu-s IH'- sh'e.s Meyor. Ai'k-'llslis Coach John H >rnhi)l vnid he dio'n't plan to attend auy protest meeting. A-Ide from that he dcrlincd comment. The southeastern conlc'icnre's nrc.sldeiil said vc-.strrdav no revolt is pli'nneci ai'i'lns-t thr N.-itt'tn-il Colle'ilale Athletic A-.soelallon's sanity '-ode. Tn DKc.uss Ami'itdim-iils But. officials of Ihe Southeastern, Southern and Southwest conferences will discn.s. 1 ; nmeiuhnrnl.s to the coni roversial code at n me"tin-> in ^Miirln May '/K. added l>r Blake V:-n Leer, nvesident of the Pontheiis'enj Confer-"fire and ol Geor'-ia Tech. There is no Indication of a rebellion on the part of Ihe Southeastern Conference bill jn-t an effort to Improve the siluatior The sanily code In effect provides that a college cuu't grant fiuanclii aid to prospective .studcnU on thl basis of their athletic ability. The code i.s expected lo come up ii^iiin for inrorma! discussion aiii'iii" SEC officials at Ihe annual hark ineel nt liirmlncham Muv 20-21. Two southern s]iorU editors predicted Monday that rescnlinenl acomst the code might flare Into the open then. I'n-ilicls Ilcvoll William Kcefo. .spurt.s editor of the New Orleans Timc.s-l'iciivune. wrole In his column --Viewing the News," lliat "Ihe majority of Ihe member institutes of the S nith- eii.stern Conlercnce. the Southern lo quit being pushed around by the minority, like so many NCAA members do," lie raid Hip rebellion is due lo be aunched on May 20-'21 when Southern and Southwest Conference, lelegalcs meet with the SEC dlrce- or.s nl the KKC track meet and inntial gathering of directors at Birmingham." S]>ort.s Kdltor John Bradbcrry of the Atlanta Con.slHullon, In stip- l>vrtlnr Keefe's prediction, remark- h d that ihe South had given '.he NCAA .system a year's Iry-olll anil thai It "really amounts lo an lu- sahlty cotie." Barnhill Not to Attend Sanity Code Meeting FAYEITEVILLK. Ark.. May 11 i.-J'/—John Himilim of tile University of Arkansas .saitl yesterday he does not plan to nllcnd any meeting to consider changes In the NCAA's sanity c<xlc. The Ruzorbru'k nthlcdc directoi and 1-icad f(H)tbull coach decline;! comment on Hie code and re|H>rt.« that the Southwest. and Southern Conference.-; mlgln i obel ,ipain.S[ it. Xuflmml I.fiifiif Batting - Kn/iik. SI. Louis. :itll; II. Walkri, Chiciigo; Klnei I'lll*- luiruli anil Verban, Chicago. .:l-lfi Huns •- (Inrdon. New York 21; Wnllkn.s. Plilludr-lphlii 10, Runs bnlted in _ Campanclla. Itrooklyn IR: Torgen.s-oii. Boslon 17 lilts — I/irkinan, New Yoik .VI; Dark, llosion 31. Doubles — .nines, Philadelphia in liu-lnn, St. Louis R. Triples — Hnmllcy. Chlciigo -| olnke. New York :i. Home Runs — Gordon. New York ; Ten players tied wllh 4, Stolen Bases — I.oekmiin, New 'oik and Robinson. Brooklyn 4, Pitching — Branca, Brooklyn- hulung. New York and llelnlT.le- nan, Philadelphia. +-0 — 1,00(1. Strikeout* — TIrniica. UodBeis c 'c! Spahn, Boston 21. Amrrlt'ttn i.raxur BatllllK — DlmaxKlo. Bwlou 'IS-l tell. Delroll .310. Rims — Joost, Phlliulelpliln 10- iVIIIlams, Red Sox n. Rims balled In — Williams. u 0 .,. Ion and Orolh, Detroit 22. Hits — Mcijcskl. Phlliidelnlilu and Kelt. Detroli 20. Doubles — Zurntal. chlcngo mid 'Jluipman. Phlhnlel|ihla K. Triples — Mitchell. Cleveland fr Valo, Plillnriclphln 4. Home runs — Stephen*, Hoston niul Clinliiiiu, si. Loins 7. Stolen bases — Tebbetts, llosion 3: Five Players lied with 'i, Pitching _ Lonat, New York 3-0 — 1,000; Four tied wllh 2-0—1.000. fjlrlkeoiit.s _ Neivhollsci-, Dot roll 33; Coleman. Phlliulelpliln, 23. NKW YORK, Muy 11—(/!•)—Casey Stfiigel, basehnH'« lending exponent of Ihe Uvo-pluloon syslein, Is likely lo have 11 dllfu-ult lime whltllhiK hln .iiiinul down to the required 2.*) players by May ID ... lie wauls to keep on changing the Yankee lineup according to Ihe pitching It faces, even though four of Ihe five Barnes (he Yunks Imd lost up to yesterday were against southpaw pitching, while a lefly slarlcd Ihe. other one . . . Cleveland's dale MH- chcll. who hus been tubbed for a couple NwiNoiifi »s possibly one of the all-time Kreal hitlers, apparently Is out lo prove. It this .season . . . Dr. Ciu-y now the second- iiiiiklng money winner on the pro golf circuit, lulis i.lo.vd Muhgrum us the pluyer lo heat In Ihe .Gninlall Tom nniiicnl sturthiK tomotriAv. C.'nry flgtire.s n month's layoff will iclp the kind of game Milligram plays. ShmtK anil Shells lUggest sui| of Ihe Aiiny- Busion U. loiilball scrkinmiige, which was "si'eret" except for 3,01)0 spec* tutors, w/is the showing of Jtnt Lyon.s. 2ir>-iinmid H U. cctilcr from Lisbon Fulls, Mulnc. lie Wlls on unknown lo Coach hulf Dirndl! up (o then, but he's a i-andldale for i\ starting Job now . . , When Ihe 11)0 bhlhchiy of llainlileloiilan 1(1. famed proi:ciiL1oi- of harness hoise.s. was celcl>i ulrd recently it Chester. N.V., IUI1 Cane learned Ihut (he vlllnge did nut own all tie land niomul Ihe burial she Cune, sponsor of the llumhlelmifan Stake, lohl (Iu k iniiyor: "Find onl who owns the properly alul buy 11 Then send the bill to me." . Eddie Walker, manager of 8t*» BeUoise, la due back from Euron* tomorrow and Belllolw will »rri» Saturday. Then they'll ,t, rt t du.t hollcrliiK for a shot .t M.rcel Ccrdnn . . , Stanley Helton, al*. fool, seven-Inch former basketb*}] at Cumberland Junior Collet* U umpiring college banebu]] g.mM i n Oeorga and timinj Up tor th« Ogeechec League season. He worked his first gnme In an converted tux- Mo . . . Sounds okay If It w«, ntler six p.m. and Informal. !>ot> AU, Brolhrr. Syracuse I,, expecting 15,000 spect- iHors for the eastern champlon7hlB college regalln Saturday with 5000 yf"! "' Be<U ' nt " le " nls t> »n« • . . 18 as "Dill Grieve Day" In honor of I IB Amcrlcnn League umpire who through his acllvltlcii and eneriry ha.i become nn Inspiration to the youth of our city and nation." Well, we've heard some Inspired r«-' marks nboiit umpires. I IRS Olrl Crops Wheat, barley, rice, dales, olives, applc.s. grapes, flax, hemp, all have been cultivated a< least -lOlln years, according lo the F.iM-yclopediu Britannica. About (550,000 people work In nation's steel mills. th Conference and the Southwest Conference have made up their minds Read Courier News SVant Ada Wilson Bulldogs To Play 11 Games During '49 Season TTHiTil THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE lluv inrke Opens at 1 Slum SlnrU \V«k Mfht* 7:30 Allllluee Haliinlu) A Sunrtaj t * v.m. wllli conllnuous ihowln May 11 — Coach !to.\ StobailKh of Wilson Iliuli Schoo yi'stcnlny liste<l an ll-iiame schedule for lib HI-ID Wilson llluh «rld- <lers. 'I'lie nulldo«s are slated lo opel (heir 1040 .sca.scm In Monettc Sepl Id and will close II Thanksiilvlnf* eve on their home Held agalns Keiscr. 'I'hc schedule lollow.s: Sept. lit Moiictle Iherc 8epl £1— Iilixorn hero Sept. 3D— Dye.w them Ocl. 1—Sllawnee them Ocl. H -'rniiiiiinn here Orl. 21 — lllllHKlrn here Ocl. 'Jtl— Mein|>hl.s there Nov. 4— Open Nov. II— CwiToln here Mov, 1ft — Marvel here Nov. 2:("-KKl.sur here Wcrtncsilny & Thursday "THE GIRL FROM MANHATTAN' Oorolhy I.amour, (ifiirjtr MonlKomery <;harli:s I,aU|[hlon Wiirner Nr»» 4. Cartoon RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a marriaitc license at the office ol Miss Kllznhclh Hlyihc, county clerk, ycsterdny: .John A. Simpson and Mrs. Derlha DrlRRlns, bolh of Manila. State Baseballers Win Over Teachers 8 to 6 JONKSHOnO. Al*., May .State Teachers CollpRe suffered lUs .second li».s.s of Ihe current, AIC bn.scball season here yes- Icrclay. Arkansas Slate dcfenli.'d the Con- wny visitors, 8-fi. 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