FAGB TWELVE BLYTHEVrn,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAT 19,1949 Four Senator Hurlers Figure In One-Hitter as Nats Win 6-3; Phils Rally to Whip Cards 3-2 |. By J*k Hand (Associated Pr«H Spoilt Wrllrr) How about, that any Washington club? Now It, conies up with a »«M-hitter (hired by (our different pitchers. Not content with upsetting the American I/cague wilii a streak of nint atraight victories jn the west, the Senators back home winning boll games In unorthodox fashion. H Monday they beat Boston when • *. Red Sox. baserunner overran second while the tying run was scoring in the ninth. Last night they got. * one-hitter from their pitching it*.'/ but had to win It the hard way. ' Tills involved Paul Culvert, nick Welk, Forrest Thompson and Dick Welteroth. They served up a total of on« hit—a single—yet they need- <d a three-run homer by Eddie Robinson to top Detroit. 6-3. Feller l>rops Another Of course, there's a gimmlcX. Nine bases on balls and three errors made it close. It turned out that Ihe hit— Aaron Robinson's single In the fourth—didn't figure in the scor- Willa the Whiz ing. '• ^ Bobby Feller lost, another one as the New York Yankees thumped Cleveland 6-ti. behind Vic Raschi's two-hit pitching. The Yanks, led by Tommy llcn- rlch's two homers, clubbed Keller ,"jr 12 of their .. hits in the seven innings he worked. The Boston Red Sox, hack In Fenway Park, made It 'wo In a row over Chicago, 7-«. Bobby Doerr nnd Ted Williams hit homers. Home runs by Stan Spence. Roy Slevers and Slierm Lollar ennblcd the St. Louis Browns to win their ninth In "9 starts, downing Philadelphia. 8-«. Reds Whip Braves In the National League Cincinnati knocked off the I'm ton Drnvcs, 13-S on Grady nation's homer with the bases loaded In the lust of (lie ninth. Brooklyn went on n 20-hll spree to thump Chicago U-5, to Rive Joe Hatlen his Ihlrd win. a !0-hll(er Roy Oampanella and Duke Snldei hit home runs for the Dodgers. Johnny Mlze lilt homers Nos. 304 and 305 of his career, passing the idle Joe DiMaggio to la>e the lead among active major tens but the Giants lost to Pittsburgh 5-3. The Phillies made it two In a row over the St. Ijouis Cards, 3-2 on a double by Granvilln «nd a single by Eddie Walikns off reliefer Ted Wllks. Curt Simmons went all the way for his first win. Sports Roundup Hugh Fullerlon, Jr. NEW YORK, May 19-yi't~Kd(Jie Walker sneaking: "I'd like to spend About three months a year In "nrJs—siifl tlnee days In London." . Walker had middleweight jtpve Bi'Uolse l!l Paris recently for « fiRht with Jean Stock and he was e-telllnjf the details lor tin; benefit if Charley Johnston, who'll be tftlc- nff Sandy Saddler over xaon , . . You can Ret anything you want o ent In Paris—the food and (lie vcather are wonderful," I-:d<lie ex- jlflined. "Bill in London yon have D belong to a private club to (tnt good meal . . . Hut they're holh real towns for fi^ht* and enlertaln- neiH. The people, can't spend their noncy on anything else . . . You now, they're talking about Sni'dlcr ,s another Al Brown in Paris. I tried to tell him he ain't like thai." . "No: Sandy, isn't ns tall as Brown." Johnston interposed . . . That's not it. Brown used to hang out in Moutmarte; every Jnlnt in the place has his picture," Walker explained. tat» Law Bant Sa/# Of Beer, Wine by Minors 'rilJS ROCK, May 19. (fl'i — eisons under 21 can't sell or serve ine or beer in Arkansas. Revenue Commissioner Dean ^orlcy Lssiicd (.he regulation yes- eiday. The minors may be employed in lace.s having wine or beer permits >ut they can't handle the bever- Speed and sprny arc old friends to Willa Worlhington of Oswcgo. Ore., whizzing through the surf at Cypress Gardens, Fla. The three-time women's national champion took the Dixie Water Ski title from a field ol 33 experts. GOY. Dewey impressed With England's Courts LONDON, May 19- f/P)— Ciov, Thomas E, Dewey o[ New York .spent «n hour nnti a hnJf in I he famous old Bnlley Police Court this morning. He wa. much Impressed. "Th* system of court procedure In this country Is much spredicr than it is In America," he told newsmen. "There ts R much greater degree The Hanlrsl Klow "Whnt ntjnul ihr fig]>l. Krldie?" a working newspapcrmnn inlenipl- rtJ, "When we poi over Ihcrr. they kepi LMlhig UK whnt a tough guy Slock wn.s—not how Rood, just how touRli," Wnlkcr explained. "He's ft ITS) wnde-Jn guy; but Jn tbo eighth Steve knocked him down a couple of times. When IIP got up. lie turned his back and Steve didn't hit him ngnlJi. He just shirk his 1MI out nnrt v.'ntLed nnd everybody ycllcri 'stop it. 1 , . . We were .suppasrrl (o hnve n not her fix lit but they wonted to Rive li.s Dor), Hcitl (lie mennt Lnnretil. OnuthtnUc) nnd we wouldn't tnkn him. Everybody over Ihere llrks him . . . Then on (lie boat coming buck T closed with the Tounioment of Champions for Geirfnn—probably It \va,-? the only th«e nnybody clixsed for a fifth t nt sea—and when 1 net home I find thai Mike Jneobs hns retired and the T, of C. Is selling out, so I'm juM walling." Hazel Walker, Queen of the Pro Cage Courts; Takes on Golf as Experiment «gM thenuwlvec, Morley stld. After issuing tlie new regulation, Morloy said he probably wouldn't order a slop lo sale of beer In drive-ins after darlt. He previously considered such a regulation In an effort, to stop beer sales to minor*. K* uld h» bellmml th* n«w order »nd another for adequate Unhung of drive-in Jots would have the desired result. In Massachusetts It's against the law to eat peanuts In church. The lower YangtM valley of Chin* Is one of the most densely populated areas In the world. Peanuts are variously known ns earthnuts. monkeynuts. o i I n u t», groundnuts, goobers and pindas. Bui onict Opens nl ? Week Nijjhti Shim Stalls at 7:30 Matinee Saturday A. Sunday at Z p.m. witii i:niitmiiuus showing- !-ast Time Today "THE MOZART STORY" Our Man m I.ove Wttti Two Sisters Warner \tws. Also Cartoon Friday A Saturday Tim Holt Hides ARHIII in "Thunder Mountain" Serial: Chapter 7 of "RKX * K1NTY" Motorcycle reKi.slrallotis in Minnesota jumped from 3,435 in 19-15 to fl.'lM last .veor. of competence on the bench anrt nt tlie bar hi comparison with the American system." MEMPHIS, Term.. Mny IB. (/Tj— Ha/.i'l Wnlkcr, one of thc> nation's lending women's ImsketbaU stars, is "expcrltncnlinB" with n set of golf clubs. Tlip 32-.vei\r-oUI Arknnsun ts lenrnltig the finuianicntals of Bolf from pro Jack Wonkier at the Hkiun- wny Country Club here. She spends six hours a ttny on the course. Wcnilcr said today he WAS proml of the proeicss his pupil is making. He predicled Ihnt bpfol'D lonpr filie would make the 'coinK tiiugli for .some of the big names connected with the links. MiK.s Wnlkrr is mnking :in predictions of her own. She said she would Kh'e (lie game "n pood try" and would "11-5- to do something with it," if she flnris she can piny well enough. Miss Walker first came Into prominence 15 years ago In Aslidnwn, Ark., where she u - ns named (o the nll-Arkansns high school learn fo three -slinight yenrs. She wns named for the nll-Ainerlcn in 1M-I, nnd has Iwrn In Hie iiRllonnl limelif;llt stnci lhal time.. She tinned pro In 1!M7, joining the All-Anieriran nrdhoatis. nnrt WHS promoted to manager mid coach of that group in 19-18. In York. Pn., there's a facto wnrker who at ca.cli Cluistninslldo atlnchrs n Jiitic steel liar In Incioiy wntslle and by mimjpni ins it plays Chri.stma.s c;irols wliich nn be heard for miles around. North Carolina has recorded 3SI S]K'CU\S Of fish. ' KKNTUCKY'S KEY TO HOSPiTALITY I Wear the Great New 22% COOLER Mcllowrd into rvcrv polrlen lt»e got of the Stale uliii'h known Iiourlioii itrst. 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