The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 8, 1952 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Leavenworth, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, September 8, 1952
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Monday Evening, September 8,1952. Southpaws Lopat, Roe Hold Key to Major League Pennants ' Preacher' in 3-Hitter; Bums Pop Giants, 4-1 By r JOE AP Sports Writer , The left arms of Eddie Lopat and Preacher Roe hold the key to the major league pennants. Each turned in important victories Sunday as the flag fever continued to mount with each game. Lopat. the 34-year-old . southpaw from Arkansas, pitched New York to a 5-1 victory over the Senators in Washington to stave off Cleveland's bid to pick up appreciable Preacher Ro« ground on the world champions. The Indians, however, did cut the Yankees' first-place American League margin to two games with a 4-0 and 3-1 sweep of a doubleheader from the Browns in Cleveland. Roe, also a 34-year-old veteran and an Arkansan, threw a brilliant three-hitter at New York as Brooklyn came through with a 4-1 triumph that snapped the Giants' five-game winning streak and increased the Dodgers' first - place Na t i o n a 1 League lead to five games. It was just 10 days ago that Pau Richards, manager of the Chicag White Sox, said: "If Lopat can come back an win five games for the Yankees the rest of us can spit on the fir and call in the dogs." At the time Lopat was nursin a sore arm. It was doubtful if h could recover in time to help th Yankees. Since then, Steady Eddi has pitched three games and wo; them all. The Red Sox continued to plaste the left field wall of Boston's Fen way Park, smashing the Philadel pfcia Athletics, 12-5. Ted Gray won his 12th as the tail-end Detroit Tigers turned bad the Chicago White Sox, 4-2. The third-place St. Louis Cardi nals, who continue to cling to their outside chance to overtake both the Do d g e r s and Giants, cam from behind to nip the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3. The Chicago Cubs defeated the Cincinnati Reds, 6-1, and the Phil adelphia Phillies nipped the Bos ton Braves, 2-1, after the Braves completed Saturday night's sus pended game by winning, 3-1. Th< game, second of a twi-night double ^S^^^l^^j^^^^S^ bardi. Bill Fleming drives the pacing mare. (NBA) Bobby Reynolds, Husker Grid Ace, in Oldtime Form, Report KANSAS CITY Iff)— The season,heavy on scrimmaging this week, openers looked mighty close today j Coach Bill Glassford of Neto six of the braska wore a grin today. During Big Seven Con-: a game-length scrimmage Satur- header, was called in the because of curfew. eighth Frank Stranalian Favored to Annex Western Amateur CHICAGO (ffl —Frank Stranahan the perennial amateur, is favorec to win his second straight title in the Western Amateur Golf Tournament. The 30-year-old Toledo star, who has won every major amateur crown on the books except the U. S. National, grabbed the Western Championship in 194C, 1949 and 1951. He is exempt from qualifying. A record field of 231 will shoot for a place in the 64-man match play bracket in 18 hole trials Monday and Tuesday. Match play for the title will start Wednesday and continue through the 36-hole finals Sunday. Mize Completes Home Run Cycle in Major Parks NEW YORK (fft—It took 39-year- old«Johnny Mize 14 seasons in the big time, but today he can boast of having hit a home run in every major league ball park. His 354th circuit clout Sunday against the Washington Senators at Griffith Stadium not only took care of the matter of the only park in which he hadn't connected previously, but: it also gave the New York Yankees a 5-1 victory over the Nats—because the bases were loaded. The grand slam was the husky Georgian's 354th home run of his big league career and his 1,981st lifetime hit. Now he's clouted a four master everywhere they play in the big leagues. ference coaches. football day halfback Bobby Reynolds, the Cornhuskers' 1950 All - America, passed for one touchdown and They have just:scored another. He also kicked two two weeks remaining to round extra points. Injuries kept Reynolds on the their squads into bench most of last season. Glass- shape for first games. the .ford said his squad seemed farther Six'along than it was after a week's conference teams work last year, open Sept. 20. The other— Okla- the Bill Glassford homa-starts following Saturday. With one week of conditioning behind them, the squads will go In an intra-squad match at Oklahoma fullback Buck McPhail was the top backfield performer, jscoriny two touchdowns on runs of 18 and 44 yards. Coach Jules Sikes divided his Kansas Jayhawks primarily into Holden Counts Four in 9th; TakesVFW.6-3 Don "Red" Huffman, local youngster, who has signed a 1953 contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers' organization, last night a t Wadsworth Park, threw a 2-hit, 12-strikeout job against the Holden, Mo., nine but V F W s Indians wound up on the short end of a 6-3 score. "Red" issued eight free tickets to first base and had two wild pitches, but fell victim of eight errors by teammates, two of which contributed directly to Holden's victory. In the meanwhile, Lefty Jack Pickett, who went the route for the winners, hurled a neat 8-hitter which included three strikeouts, no walks, or wild pitches. Holden, after trailing 2-3, broke the game wide open with four tallies in the top of the ninth. Second Baseman Tony Day booted Leadoff Man Palcher's ground- Bodenheimer forcer Palcher, and the heavy-hitting Uniak walked. Griffin was intentionally passed to fill the bases and Thomas whiffed for the second out. Shortstop Wilde then sliced a juble down the right-field line and two runs were over. Roberts was safe on Shortstop Wayne Seymour's throwing error and Griffin scored. Huffman then uncorked a wild pitch, Wilde coming in for the 'inal run. In the preceding frame, V F W Droke the 2-2 deadlock when Seymour singled to right; Manager Oarl Wilk sacrificed and Frank Burwell singled through the middle. secutive victories over Ponca City The Eagles defeated Ponca City 7-4 Saturday after taking Friday's game 9-1. Miami finished the regular sea son in second place, just three percentage points ahead of Ponca City. In the seventh, Holden knotted the count at 2-2 when Seymour dropped Griffin's two-out high fly which allowed Pickett to tally from second. Joplin Meets Muskogee in WA Playoffs By The Associated Press Joplin, Muskogee and Hutchin son won doubleheaders Sunday as the Western Association's regular season ended. Joplin won at Topek?. 4-3 and 6-3; Hutchinson whipped Salina 13-6 and 6-0 in games played at Lyons, Kas.; Muskogee took a 4-{ decision at Ft. Smith in the afternoon, and beat the Indians again 4-2 in a night game at Muskogee Muskogee, winner of the season's first half, will meet the seconc half champion, Joplin, in a best- of-seven playoff starting Tuesday. If the series goes the limit, the first two games will be at Joplin, the next three at Muskogee, and the last two back at Joplin. In Sunday's first game at Topeka Joplin got six singles off Joe Banicki, a regular outfielder making his second start as a pitcher. The Miners bunched three of those riits with three walks for all four runs in the first inning. John Blanchard and Pete Vitale each hit 2-run homers for Joplin in the second game. It was the 30th for Blanchard, the league's home run king. Salina's catcher, Jim Bogner, dropped a pop fly with two out in the first inning and Hutchinson promptly scored six runs before Salina got that third out. Four walks, two errors and only one hil produced the six runs. Al Woods, a rookie working his first game f6r j Hutchinson, shut Salina out with Tom Broadway, Muskogee pitcher, had the day's toughest luck. He The local Indians took a 2-1 lead! 4 " 1 " 66 hits in the second tilt. :n the fourth when consecutive doubles by Burwell and Jim Powell followed Wilk's single to left, and subsequent error by Fielder Thomas. VFW, in its next start, is sche- and Dick Hofleit rapped that one after two were out in the ninth inning to spoil Broadway's no-hit- By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE defensive and offensive units the first game-condition mage. Quarterback Gil for duled to play host next Sunday | ter - Jerry Schultz granted Ft. night at Wadsworth Park to the Smith only mree hits in the night Turner, Kas., nine, whom the locals defeated 1-0 in a previous meeting. Last night's score: Holden rf AB H H o A 40000 Reich! Bodenheimer, 3b 4 2001 scored one touchdown and passed j Griffin. \ '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.A- i i 1 i * Thomas. If !"I"!!4 0 0 0 0 Wilde, ss 3 1 1 3 4 Roberts, cf 5 001 Moseley, 2b 3 0 0 2 Pickett, p 4 1 0 0 3 for another. George Fisher, a 165- pound sophomore from Chicago, scored twice. The Missouri Tigers also were divided into offensive and defen- New York 82 56 .594 lleveland 80 58 .580 Washington 72 66 .522 10 Chicago n 65 .522 10 Philadelphia ...;..71 67 .514 11 St. Louis 5682.40626 Detroit 4591.33136 MONDAY'S SCHEDULE No games scheduled. • SUNDAY'S RESULTS New York 5 Washington 1 Cleveland 4-3 St. Louis 0-1 Detroit 4 Chicago 2 Boston 12 Philadelphia 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 85 48 .639 S T ew York 80 53 .602 St. Louis ."...79 57 .581 Philadelphia 74 62 .544 12% Chicago 67 71 .486 20% Cincinnati 60 76 .441 26% Boston 59 76 .437 27 'ittsburgh 39 100 .281 49 MONDAY'S SCHEDULE Brooklyn at New York (2-day night)—Loes (13-6) and Landrum 1-3) vs Lanier (7-11) and Convin 5-0). Only games scheduled. SUNDAY'S RESULTS Brooklyn 4 New York 1 t. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 6 Cincinnati 1 Boston 3-1 Philadelphia 1-2 Pet GB s ive platoons but Coach Don Faurot wasn't particularly impressed with the workout. The offensive units experienced scoring difficulties. Coach- Dal Ward wasn't optimistic either. "They've got a long way to go," he said after watching his Colorado Buffaloes run through their first full-dress scrimmage. The performance of the Kansas State Wildcats pleased Bill Meek. The K-State coach said he thought the two top teams did well on fundamentals. Halfbacks Dick Towers and Corky Taylor each tallied twice. Kansas State plays its opener ififior League Baseball By The Associated Press PACIFIC COAST Hollywood 8-3 Portland 0-5 an Francisco 5-2 Seattle 1-4 Dakland 5-0 San Diego 1-8 Los Angeles 8-0 Sacramento 0-9 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION jidianapolis 7-7 Columbus 1-3 Louisville 4-6 Charleston 3-0 Cansas City 2-3 Minneapolis 1-0 lilwaukee 4-8 St. Paul 1-5 TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 6 Oklahoma City 3 Beaumont 5 Shreveport 4 't. Worth 5 Tulsa 2 an Antonio 2 Houston 1 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION tlanta 14-4 Birmingham 1-5 ittle Rock 2-0 Chattanooga 1-5 lemphis 5-6 Nashville 2-1 /fobile 3 New Orleans 1 WESTERN LEAGUE loux City 6 Lincoln 0 enver 9 Wichita 3 es Moines 3 Omaha 2 olorado Springs 2 Pueblo 1 Totals-... 33 S 22714 VFW, Post' 56 Medill. If 4 p Seymour, ss 4 $ Wilk. c 3 i Burwell, cf 4 1 Powell, Ib 4 0 Bauer, rf 4 0 T. Day. 2b 4 013 P. Day, 3b 4 0 0 0 Huffman, p 3 0 0 0 2 1 1 12 2 1 1 8 1 2 Totals - 34 3 8 27 11 Holden 001 000 104—« VFW 000 200 010—3 E—Thomas, Bauer, Seymour 3, Wilk, Powell. T. Day, P. Day. Sac—Wilde, . , Palcher. Moseley. Wilk. 2B— Wilde, . , Burwell, Powell. RBI— Grifin. Wilde 2, Burwell 2. Powell. DP — Seymour-T. Saturday Muskogeee defeated Ft. Smith 7-2, Joplin downed Topeka 12-9 in 14 innings, and Salina beat Hutchinson 9-3. ' Final second-half standings: W L Pet. Joplin 49 25 .662 Hutchinson 45 30 .600 Ft. Smith '. 37 36 .507 Muskogee 33 42 .440 .30 43 .411 Topeka Salina 2846.378 Three Clubs Fight For Flag in Close Western Race By The Associated Press The top three clubs — Colorado Springs, Denver and Omaha in ?; that order—all have American Assn Playoffs to Start Tuesday By The Associated Press The American Association's bestj of seven playoffs, leading to the league's representative in the Little World Series against the International League winner, willj open Tuesday at Milwaukee and Kansas City. Milwaukee, taking the pennant with a 12 game edge over Kansas Softball Tournament which opened Monday at Ft. Benjamin Harrison. They are Ft. Riley and Ft. Leav- envvorth. Double elimination play began Monday. First round games include Ft. Riley vs. Camp Lucas ;and Ft. Sheridan, HI., vs Ft. Leavenworth. Betsy Rawls Posts 214 Score to Win Carrollton Open CARROLLTON, Ga. (B — Texan Betsy Rawls' tournament earnings or 1952 stand at ?13,570, tops among women golf pros, after her bur-stroke victory in the Carrolton Women's Open. • The Austin, Tex., girl toured the Sunset Hills Country Club course n 74 strokes Sunday, two over par, for a 54-hole total of 214. Her triumph was worth $750 of the 53,000 purse. Louise Suggs of Carrollton, National Open champion, was second ors . Ernie Nevel :ity and 101 victories for the season, .is host to third place St. Paul. The Brewers warmed up for the opening, playoff round by trimming th'e Saints in Sunday's finale 4-1 and 8-5. Kansas City will entertain third- place Minneapolis. The Blues swept a doubleheader from the Millers Sunday 2-1 and 3-0. The seven-inning nightcap was a no-hitter for Ernie Nevel 33-year-old right-hand- He picked the last game of the season to hurl the first no-hitter n the circuit this season. He "anned three and didn't issue a walk in facing only 22 batters. He would have had a perfect game save for two errors by his teammates. In other 1952 windup games, Indianapolis trimmed Columbus 7-1 and 7-3, and Louisville tacked a iotal of 107 defeats on last-place Charleston with 4-3 and 6-0 vic- :ories. . with 218. Marilynn Smith of Wichita, Kas., slumped to 79 after firing 72-71 in the first two rounds but finished :n third place with 222 and netted of &e Army team had 75's. $420. All 12 pros shared in the purse. Spitsbergen sits athwart the east-west • air routes Vorth "Pole. across the Post Golfers Beat Atchison By 85-27 Score The Low Shooters Score Lt. Col. McArthur, Ft. Leav 73 Cpl. Klines Ft. Leav 74 S-Sgt. Downs. Ft. Leav 74 Ralph .Hnase. Atchison 75 Col. Sanderson. Ft. Leav 75 Lt. Col. Hartline, Ft. Leav 75 Doug Curtis. Ft: Leav 75 Bill Weatherford, Atchison 76 C. B. McDonald. Atchison 80' Glenn Sutleif, Atchison 81 Armin Soph. Jr., Atchison ...82 Fort Leavenworth golfers d e- feated Bellevue Country Club of Atchison in an inter-team match Sunday over the Fort Leavenworth course by a score of 85-27. Approximately 30 players represented each club in the tourney in which the Nassau scoring system prevailed. Lt. Col. McArthur of the win- team copped medalist hon- a score of 73. Cpl. Kline ning and S-Sgt Downs of Fort Leavenworth each posted 74's for runner- up laurels, while Col Sanderson, Lt. Col. Hartline and Doug Curtis Ralph Haase paced the Atchison team with 75, while Bill Weatherford came next in medal play with 76. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES FOR YOUR BANK ACCOUNT OR LOAN THE MANUFACTURERS STATE BANK The Bank of Friendly Service. 'irst and then sewed it up in the "ourth with a six - run uprising, lighlighted by Bob Wakefield's >ases loaded double which plated three runs. Monday's games: Colorado Springs at Pueblo 3enver at Wichita Sioux City at Lincoln Des Moines at Omaha Ft. Leavenworth To the 5th Army Softball Tourney Time—2:30. Prairie States Handicap at the ' Wichita 'Gun Club. H. H. Wetzig of Junction City INDIANAPOLIS ffl— Two teams rom Kansas are among 17 clubs a Chanel tn! entered in tte annua * Fifth Arm} :s Western League play. Four games remain to be played by each team. Colorado Springs is on top, one game ahead of second place Den- Sept. 20 against Bradley at Man- mitj Wavne Rowland of Dighton hattan. Missouri meets Maryland hed for second %vlth 97xl °°- Row at Columbia. Kansas tangles with land - shot 22 yards and Wetzig at 20. Vem Brownlee of Wichita hit 96x100 to take the Cass A prize in the 50 pair doubles contest.' Howard Ulmer of Furley won the Class B title with 86x100. Texas Christian at Lawrence. Iowa State plays South Dakota State a Ames and Nebraska meets South Dakota University at Lincoln. Colorado opens against San Jose State at Boulder. The first conference game comes the following Saturday—Oklahoma vs Colorado at Boulder. "Mac", a prefix on many Scottish and Irish names, is a Gaelic word which means son. Major League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING — Musial, St. Louis, 335; Kluszewski, Cincinnati, .320 Baumholtz, Chicago, .312. RUNS — Hemus, St. Louis, 94; Robinson, Brooklyn, 92; Musial, St. Louis, 91. HITS — Musial, St. Louis, 170; Schoendienst, St. Louis, 168; Adams, Cincinnati, 164. HOME RUNS —Sauer, Chicago, 35; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 31; Hodges, Brooklyn, 30. PITCHING—Convin, New York, 5-0, 1.000; Roe, Brooklyn, 11-2, 846; Johnson,'Boston, 5-1, .833. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING — Fain, Philadelphia, 332; Woodling, New York, .325; Mitchell, Cleveland, .324. RUNS — Berra, New York, 94; Doby, Cleveland, 92; Avila, Cleveand, 90. HITS—Fox, Chicago, 167; Fain, Philadelphia, 160; Avila, Cleveland .57. HOME RUNS—Doby, Cleveland, 0; Berra, New York, 29; Easter, Cleveland, 28. PITCHING — Consuegra, Washington. 6-0, 1.000; Shantz, Philadelphia, 22-6, .786; Raschi, New York, 15-5, .750. Protection, Kas., dinner Wins Prairie States Meet WICHITA H 1 ) —Jack Lindsey of Protection. Kas., fired 98 of 100 at 23 yards Sunday to win the top prize, a $500 savings bond, in the. Miami Eagles Capture KOM League Playoffs PONCA CITY, Okla. IT) — The Miami Eagles won the K-O-M playoff championship with two con- ver. Omaha is third, two games back. The other teams are out of the running. Colorado Springs retained its slim lead Sunday with a narrow 2-1 win over Pueblo. Denver kept its hopes alive with a 9-3 victory over Wichita. Omaha suffered a jolt as Des Moines edged the -ards, 3-2. Sioux City whitewashed Lincoln 6-0. Denver's big Fred Wollpert scattered nine Wichita hits behind trong batting support to notch his 14th victory against nine losses. The Bears picked up a run in the COAL Phone us today for one of our choice coals— order a winter's supply! • CHARCOAL BRIQUETS For Picnics and barbecues. BERGMAN COAL CO. 707 Cherokee Phone 63 OUT OUR WAY GAS SPACE HEATERS 8,000 B.IJ.U. White Enamel Bath Room Heater $3.98 17,500 B.T.U. Brown Porcelain Vented Heater $9.98 65,000 B.T.U. Brown With Chrome Trim, Radiant Type With Glass-Front. . A Real Buy-Only $79.95 VENTED HEATERS 20,000 B. T. U $24.95 30,000 B. T. U. „ $39.95 40,000 B.T.U. $44.95 STOVE PIPE, ELBOWS, REDUCERS COLLARS, STOVE BOARDS GAS HEATER CONNECTORS WISDOM 508 QE STREET For The Big 4 QUALITY ECONOMY SERVICE DEPENDABILITY Call WOOD The CLEANER 710 South Fifth Phone 796 Prompt FREE Pick-Up and Delivery BY J. R. WILLIAMS WE'LL NEARLY SURROUND 'EM, AM' WHICHEVER WAY THEY TURN THEIR EYES THEY'LL SEEAKIPSUCKIM' A LEMOM.' FIT WORKS IT'LL LOOK MORE LIKE A PARK FOUMTAIM THAMATOWM BAND COMCERT. BORN THIRTY OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE ESAD, MARTHA, /WY DEAR/ TURtf AROUMD FOR A SURPRISE -«- Y0DR "OLD FAITHFUL" V=> HOME- A6AIN1, AT LAST/— \M£- \ TARRIED A BIT AILE t PLUCKED THIS SPRAY Of MLD FLOWERS TO MlE VJlTH YCH UMVARNMSHEDj BEAUTY- LOOK, r\/e SOT A L ADL& OFSTEWl HERE, 3O "DC "" TEMPT MS- WJITHTHAT FRAGRANT HOT AlR/. *** 8RINS YOUR FR1EKSDS IM FOR, A SNACK-~ASJI> I'LL GET A VASE FOR THAT SUMCrVj OF RAGVOEED/y Y^ i <M I |HA9tO EWTEE. IriTHE BARRYMORE-1

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free