The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 7, 1946
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FRIDAY, JUNK 7, 19-16 BI,YTHKV!I,LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Southpaw Hurler Humbles Chicks Atlanta Victory Gives «• Team Seven-Game ^ Margin in Southern Hy l r niti-d Press ATLANTA. Gil.. June 7. (UP) — Eouthpaw Earl M<'Ci(jw:m, Dothan, Alabama's gift lo the Southern Association, had 10 wins tucked under his belt today and with nearly two- tliirds of the .si'ii.son left the lowering t-x-swabbie has Ihe best cliancc of turning in 25 wins for the year since Hauls Poffenljerger ciimc through with 2li triumphs for Nash- vi'le in HMO. The 24-yi-iu--olil lefthander won )>is eighth .straight name hist nii;IU as the Allallta Crackers whippei the Memphis Chirks 5 lo ) to stretch their Southern Association lead to seven full names and iu 105 innings of pitching. McGowan lias allowed by IK lilts and M runs. Slightly rusty after three years in tht! Navy, one of them spent, overseas, Mcaowan lost two early -searon games bill since then has been almost imhittablc. Met M,wan broke into professional ball with his honu-lou-ii Dnlha-.i loam in the Alabama Slate League in 1!HO. and in 1942 he •won 10 games tor (.irecnvillc ill lllc Sall> League and then three more fol (lie Crackers. Last year he took part in Ih? IDS5 Navy world seties si Hawaii, which featured mostly big league stars. "Mickey", as McGowan is known t" his teammates, was touched foi eight hits night but the Chick, were unable to bunch lliein effectively. One of Atlanta's seven hits was a homer by Habe Ellis, his sixth of the season, which guvc I him (lie league lead in home run I l)ro<lnction. I At Chattanooga, the Lookouts I -li'ove out 10 hils to soundly trounce. 1C 'lie faltering New Orleans Pelicans • li lo 2. and move back into second I place in the league .standings. The I Lookouts ,,a»-etl eight of their runs in a Ing eighth inning. Luis Aloma, Cuban star, went the route for Chattanooga and racked up his eighth win. At Birmingham. Ihe Little Hock Travelers whipped the narons 5 lo :j behind the four-hit pitching of Sidney Peterson who had a shutout going ini 0 thc ninth when the 7i:iruns nicked him for all three of their runs. One of the Little Rock urns came on a homer by Kirby Fan-ell. At Nashville, thc .Mobile Bears won out, 5 to 3 over the Vols. Sam Narron homered for Mobile in the "ifilit with mine on. Paul Minncr soulhpawcd his way to the victory while Le<> Twardy" went, the distance for the losers. Tile same .series continue tonight •willi the. Vols ami Bears scheduled for two games. Aging Hurler Tosses Easy Ball But It Baffles the White Sox Today's Games r NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn al Chicago. New York at Pittsburgh, night, lioslon at Cincinnali, night. Philadelphia at SI. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at. New York. Chicago at Washington, night. St. Louis at Philadelphia, night. Only games scheduled. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Atlanta. • -.:,New Orleans'• 1 .»t'., Chatlflnoogi., Mobile at Nashville. Liltlc Rock at Birmingham, Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 4, Chicako 0. Boston 5. St. Louis 4. Washington -1, Cleveland 0. Only games. SOUTHERN LEAGUE F.tianta 5. Memphis 1. •'illle Ruck 0. liinningham 3. Mobil-.- ;>. Nashville. 3. Chattanooga 17. New Orleans 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE Jirooklyn rj. Pittsburgh 8. Philadelphia 0. Cincinnati :i. Chicago 10, New York e (12 in- Boslon 3. St. Louis 5. Fire loss in the United Slates due to electricity amounted to $33,500.000 in 1013. BY CAKI, LUNIXJUJST UnUrd I'rtss Sports Writer NEW YORK, June 7. (UP)— Thc ingora-headcd hurler, now a little ;iay. kept lobbing the ball Into thc batters and all over Yankee Stadium ans were wondering out loud why hey couldn't BO down there themselves and connect with a few of hose seemingly soft pitches. Thc fans were no more baffled than the White Sox batters, who took their batting lieks confidently— but futllcly. And at the finish, 42-year-old Charley Ruffing, using his heart and his bend to compensate for a curve and fast ball that had seen better days, hud given the Yankees four-hit, 4 to 0 victory. It was his fourth straight ulumnh. his second shutout in a row, and it brought his .string of consecutive scoreless innings to 22. In 41 1-3 Innings he hns given up Just '2'i hits and seven runs. Jubilantly celebrating his 39th birthday behind thc plate as catcher-manager was angular Bill Dickey. Together, he and Ruffing formed major league baseball's oldest pitcher-catcher combination, ami at the finish both were "dog-tired" but happy. The Yankees, winning their fourth straight and their eighth game in nine starts, made It easy for nig Red to win his 269th major lciigii c game by scoring three runs In the first inning. A single by George Stlrnwelss. three walks and Dickey's single save Ruffing all the margin be required. John Rig- ncy. White Sox starter, was plagued by a. muscle injury in his arm nd gave up in the third Inning, New York gained no ground on he rampant Red Sox, however. The eaguc leaders maintained their x-anrt-a-tmlf game edge by beat- ng the Browns, 5 to 4 at Boston or their seventh win In a row and heir 14th victory at home against western teams without a defeat. 3rownie pitcher Jack Kramer be- ;ame so incensed <at the situation hat he pushed umpire Hal Weafer bout the infield In protest against decision at first base in thc ointh and threw ^a baseball over he grandstand when he was ejected from the game. Homers by Hobby Doerr and Ted Williams gave Boston enough edge to survive. a linth inning' Brown rally of two runs on Walt Judnlch's homer. Scores Shutout Victory Sid Hudson pitched! the Scna- ors to their first shutout of the season In a night game at Washing- on. holding Cleveland to four sln- ;les in a 4 to 0 victory In which Den. Dwight D. Eisenhower was one of the fans on hand. The Nats batted out starter Bob Lemon in he first .with a three run rally on .wo hits and three walks. Rank Sccory of the Cubs provided the day's most dramatic moment in the National when he hit homer with the bases loaded in the I2th to provide .n 10 to B victory over the Giants at Chicago. New York, trailing 6 to 0, tied the score with three run rallies In the eighth and ninth. Babe Young started the ninth Inning uprising with a homer. The Dodgers made nine runs in thc fifth to beat thc Pirates, 13 to. 8 at Pittsburgh. Angle Galan nnd Ferroll Anderson each made three hits in the 17-hit attack off four Buc pitchers. Pittsburgh made Jour runs- Irr--.its-,half -of; the fifth, two coming on''-Jfilri'x Ricoh's..Momer. T^-hits for their sixth victory In eliihl cames, beating the lieds al Cincinnati. U to 3 with nil allack gmid for 27 bases. They handed Joe Bejjits his first defeat after five wins, knocking him out in the first Iniilni;. Frank McCormlck of the Phils and Ray Lainunno of Ihe Heds hit horn. ers. The Braves came out or their hitting slump with veiiReanre at St. Louis, beating the Cardinals <i to 5 with a IC-hlt nmy in which there were three doubles, three triples and two homers. The homers came oil successive pilches in a five-run fifth when pinch-hltlei 1 Manny Fernande/. and Mike Me- Cormlck teed off on lefty Howie Toilet. Johnny Ilopp made (oiir hits. wo of them doubles. Philadelphia and Detroit were not scheduled In the American League. Baseball Standings Hy United Press SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. 1'ct. Atlanta 37 n Nashville Chattanooga New Orleans 25 2(i Memphis 25 27 Mobile 2'2 21! Liltle Rock . .',....... 21 29 Birmingham 10 :ci AMERICAN l.KAC.IIK W. Boston :i(i New York :{l Washington '.'A Detroit 21> Cleveland i!) St. Louis 18 Chicago Orang* & Grapefrui Orap*frwi>...Orange Pirates Plan To Take Walk Out of the Park IIV lU'DY CKItNROVU: UnHt-d 1'rt-ss S|mrls U'ritrr PI'l-l'UllultClH. June 7. (UP) — 't'wo-fisted Fiankie I-'rish. long one of baseball's .scrappiest managers, look up a light today for which he had no «>sl, a bailie whleh found him opposing his own Pittsburgh Pirate players In Iheir threat lo walk out of tonight's game with the New York (limits. The players made it plain Hint 1 1 here would be no backing down , in tho~'sfhrdi!lcd walkout against jlhe management, a course they |Clmsi. as their means of protesting ll.s refusal to bargain with I hell' union, Uie unnlfillatert American llasebnll (iulld. Id-brrl Murpliy, guild dlreclor, li-lephonoil James Heal, pirate attorney, last night thai "the. guild will make no tin I her elfon.s to sol- di! itho dispute) In a conciliatory fashion unless the management agrees to the procedure leading to an election by 10 a.m. Kirr today. Thai left Frisch. (he hard-bitten, umpire-ball ing veteran of many diamond liallle. with little choice. Sadly, but determinedly, lie said (hat "we'll put a learn of some kind on the field tor tonight's game." "I'll play second base myself. It I have lo," said the old Fordliam flash, who bix':une a baseball Icg at the keystone sack In his days with |he Giants of John McCiraw anil inter as player-manager of Uio rollicking si. I/mis Cardinal fiis louse gang. Frisch said if necessary, he would even put fa 7K-ycar-e)d Plratt- coach Ilomis lHans) Wagner AI third base. "I'm not kidding cither." hi Arkansas State Football Team o Face Tough 1946 Schedule A NAME YOU CAN ALWAYS TRUST — fct. .loseph. 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Me said Arkiinsus Stale College's isketball team would h< glad lo ay iiuolher college learn heie iriiiR the season It lilytheville •ople liked Ihe Idea. learn , would make a evedllabU- showing against strong eumpetl- llon In the coming season. \Vllh •!'..' men out lor Hie .Summer drills now, he said a M|ilad ol (is men was oMicclctl next l-'ull. The new football t ..... eh at Ktate College Is l-'orrest W. Kngland, who uses Hie T formation. Missoml vend ..... which Is without a man In motion. Captain Parker \ v lll t, ( . MTII |n 'i Kvaasvlllc Colleuc. Cciilro c:ollet!e, uanvllle. Ky.. Is Hie opiw- uent for Nov. 23, tliere, The im- uuiil ThunksglvhiK lilt, will bo played Nov. stM with Arkansas State Teachers at Conway. <ilass N't'sl In Hawaii, a bird's nest was found built of glass. When volcanoes erupt, liquids shot Into Ihe air (01111 In'n line, glass threads, and these carry gieal dlslaiircs over tlie Islands of I Inn all. H was of such threads that Hie !>lrd had constructed ll.s unusual lONE'S Beauty Shop is iitfitin 0|X'n in temporary at 809 West Ash St. I'lione 3m I'ralslni; the college football inn's captain, chailo.s I'aiker of lylheville. Mr. TomlinKon said Ills ild. "Inflelder .llmmy llriiwn and Idler Hip Sewell are iils.i ium- iilon men, I understand. Alter ml I'm not sure who will plav." Knrller, 1-Vlsch said he would be We lo field a teum of nine "toyal- Is." a group of unidentified piny- i's, some In the union, anil .-.oiiie ill, who reiioih'dly nssured him :iey woulil not \valk out. President I-\)rd I'rlck of the Nal- imi] Lt-agiu- In New York gave Vlsi-l) a loop-holo when be .-iiig- esled Hint (lie club could contact eml-pro players In the I'ill.sbuigh lea and sign them In player ccm- raels befor,. tonight's game. look at the [unlball se vealetl. The bit ale I'olH'ge tenm goes (.'ape Cifiaidcau Kept. 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