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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 26,1949 faltering Indians Lose to Nats £-2 Despite Doby's Long Clout; Pollet Blanks Boston on Six Hits tf tack r>w Ifwi* WriUr) li UM word for Cleveland'! tint Mttern trip deipite the long elwiUnt of Larry Doty. , ' 0,^ th* homt run bittlnt of the talented Negro outfielder taved the Tribe from complete diauter. He couldn't do lf"»ll, 1b« world champion* left thelr^ tek* abort w1«w*™ May U after whlpphw th* New York Yankees in • nifht fame. They were In second pUot. Mo matter what happem tonight when they wind up thler tour at Wajhinfton, they'll go home In seventh pl»c*. No wonder Bill Veeck wants to start the season all over again. " They have « 2-8 record against •r-tlw Red Sox, Yanks, A's and Scn- ^ ators. Doby took care of one victory all by himself with a 450-foot plus homer, believed by many to be the longest ever' hit at Yankee AMERICAN LEAGUE W L New York 22 Philadelphia 20 Boston 16 Chicago 17 Washington 16 Detroit Cleveland St. I/nils . 16 12 10 Pet «8 .511 .518 515 .514 .471 .429 .204 Another Lanj One for Doby Last nl«ht Cleveland lost again, althouth Doby hit another. Tills tir^'-'ViM It was a long drive that •te ; '-5e*r«d a sign atop the rlght-center- ;—-"'field Scoreboard at Washington. If • it hadn't been for that, Sid Hud! »on would hare had a shutout. As .j |t was he won, 6-3. " 11 'things ever get tough at the Yankee Stadium. Tommy Byrne can make a living beating Detroit The N«w Yorker did It for the tlflh straight time of his career yesterday, 6-2, striking out 12 ment. That was the season high for strikeouts, NATIONAL I.KAOIIE VI L Pet Boston 20 14 .848 New York . 19 14 .57i Brooklyn 19 15 .559 Cincinnati 18 15 ,545 Philadelphia 15 17 SI. Louis 14 n Pittsburgh • • 14 20 Chicago 12 19 SOUTHERN LEAGUE passing Mel Pamell's II total In an 11-lnning game. Conn!* Mack's Philadelphia A's, making a determined bid, protected •econd place by downing the Chicago White Sox, «-4, last night. The A's remained 3Vi games back ot the leading Yanks. A five-run spurt In the fourth Inning against Marino Plerettl and Cnydt Bhoun did the Job lor the Mackmen. Th« St. Louis Browns, humiliated twice by the Yankees, turned on the Boston Red Sox to win an 8-4 I game. Jack Graham's eighth homer I helped the Brownies pile up an early 'I lead for Clllf Fannin that Al Zar- Ula's three-run homer In the sixth couldn't overcome. Itodgen Shade Plralea Brooklyn tightened the Natlona League raw by thumping Pitts burgh, 8-6. while both Boston and New York were losing. Jackie Fob Inson continued his batting spre with a two-run homer and single boosting his RBI total to 34. Howl* Pollet looked like the Pollet of ItM as he pitched the St. Louis Cardinals to a six-hit 3-0 win orer the leading-Boston Braves. Warren Spahn had one bad Inning —th« fourth—when St. Louis scored all Its runs. Chicago'* Cub« took the heat off themselves by defeating the New | York Giants for the second straight 'day, 1-&. Bob Rush declsloned Mon- 1U Kennedy with the help of Hank, Edwards who drove In one run and •cored another. , ; Bud Lively came through with another wen-pitched effort as Cincinnati shr.ded the Phllllies, 3-2. A double by Danny IJtwhiler, Johnny Wyrostek's single and an outfield fly broke a J-3 tie In the sixth. 7 1-Year-Old Stallion Bring* $8,100 at Safe i| EL RENO, Okla., May M. (ft— |ii Top price at Port Reno's remount sale yesterday was M.100. paid for an 11-year old stallion. Wltez II. The horse was one of nearly two dozen thoroughbred Arabians from the Royal Romanian stables. The buyer was E. E Hurlbutt of Cala- tess, Calif., a stable operator. Second price was »2.900. paid for Branaxo, a stallion foaled in March. 1948. Buyers came from as far as New York, and Included agents from Hlnglln; Brothers Circus. Helena Editor Resigns W 19 20 22 Little Rock 20 Nashville 16 Mobile 16 Memphis 10 Atlanta Birmingham . Nev,' Orleans . Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 6 Detroit 2 St. Louis 8 Boslon 4 Washington 6 Cleveland. 2 Philadelphia 8 Chicago 4 NATIONAL I.E»Gl)E St. Louis 3 Boston 0 Brooklyn 8 Pittsburgh 6 Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia 2 Chicago 3 New York 2 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Nashville 6 Atlanta 2 Chattanooga 14 Birmingham 11 Memphis 8 Mobile 1 New Orleans 1 Little Rock 4 END OF THE LINE—-Jockey Elwood Carter 1,'ikcs a spijl over the head of his mount, Obash, in Ihe last jump of two-mile steeplechase nt Holmnnt Park, N^ Y. Kinj;sfie!cl, Terry Mongiello up, going In race won by Lock and Key, with Polichmola second and Cobli third. Ark-Mo Takes 4-2 Decision For Fourth Win House Okays Safes Tax For District of Columbia WASHINGTON, M»y 1*-(f)— The HOUM today passed a bill to set up * two per cent Mies Ux hi th« nation's capltol. The rot« WM 184 to IK. The measure now *o«* to th» Senile for final action. Food for home consumption, drug: and medicines would be exempt from the Ux. ONE '? CROWD Those AAA Rules! One of our loyal tipsters reported the oilier tiny tlint Jolinie Burnett, executive secret nry of the Avkansiis Athletic As-sociiition, wn. e overheard reminding at one of the sessions of the Little Hock Invitational Golf Tour;uirncnt a couple of weeks ago thut should E, .B. Gee Jr. win any thing Hi the tournament piny he would l>e forfeiting his one remaining year of eligibility nt Hlytlieville High School. At first we couldn't quite figure out just what Mr. Burnett meant, why E. B. would be forfeiting his eligibility while competing in the tourney as an amateur. We felt sure thai our tipster must have been until we got down the association's Uttle red Iwok of regulations and run across this: "If R high school athlete accepts, from any source except the school, a sweater, Jersey or any award whatsoever, he shall therefore be Lookouts Defeat Birmingham 14-11 With Late Rally By tlie Associated Press Tlie nirminghnm Barons blew a chance to take over lirst place in the Southern Association last night when the Chattanooga Lookouts came from way behind to nip them, 14 to 11. Pete M,Ulory arjfi his Nashville Vol-teammates scored a 6 and decision over the first-place At- limta Crackers. New Orleans moved into third place with a 7 to 5 victory over Hie Uttle Rock Travelers. It wib the Rocks' first loss In five times out. the Pelicans bun heel their 12 hits to score three counters in the second, a pair in the fifth and add one each In the eighth and ninth They took the lead for keeps In the third, when Bobby Kellogg doubted in one run and then crossed Today's Games AMERICAN I.EAGim Cleveland at Washington (night) Detroit at New York St. Louis at Boston Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUF Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Only game scheduled . SOUTHERN LEAGUE Mobile at Memphis, night. Birmingham at Chattanooga night. New Orleans at Uttle Rock, nigh 1 Atlanta at Nashville, night. In Richmond PGA Meet The Ark-Mo Kllowatters tightened their grip on first place in the City Softball League standings last night by turning back the Blythe- vllle Motor company Motormen 4 to 2 for their fourth consecutive win. Tlie win left the Kllowatters undefeated In league play and It left them a game and a half ahead of the second-place Sullivan-Nelson nine which has a two and one re-' cord. Only one game was played Rst night. The loss was the second for the Jotormen and It pushed them into him place behind the Chevrolet Boys and Holland who are tied lor econd. The Motormen now have record of two wins and two de- 'eats. Stewart Ourley went the .oute for he Kilowatters allowing only three ills, only one for extra banes. Ted Fisher worked for the Motormen and was tagged for five safeties. The Kllowatters got their runs one at a time scoring single tallies n the first, fourth, fifth and sixth nnings. Both of the Motormen runs came in the sixth on an error, a sf nn hulls hud a single. Pat. nhitmon led the Kllowatters In stick work with two singles In four trips. Canada was the big gun for the Motormen ramming a triple In four trips. Another double header Is scheduled In the league tonight with Sullivan-Nelson slated to meet Owens Drug at 8 o'clock and Phillips Motor meeting Holland at 9:30. Bostonians Read Courier News Want Ada Ineligible." That is Section 14 of the association's code of regulations regarding amateurism. The ru)c Is that blunt. It gives no explanation other than a note htch reads: "This rule shall not be interpreted to prohibit the acccpt- uce of medals, cups or trophies as athletic achievements to partict- nnts In athletic meets or tournament. 1 ! in which three or more schools artlclpntcd and which arc limited to students or to participants in non- ntcrscholnstlc contests open to students and other contestants on equal crms, provided that In either case the awards must be mnde by the ounty, district and state athletic organizations." t There a Difference? Our interpretation of the rule Is that had E. B. placed in the tour- lament he could not have accepted a tropliy or other award until after ils graduation from high school or his high school eligibility had been ompleted. without endangering his amuteur status unless the tournament In which he was competing had been sanctioned by the AAA and he awards made by the county, district or state athletic associations. What we can't understand about the rule is what difference It makes who sponsors the tournament or who furnishes the awards. Docs a silver trophy given by the Little Rack Country Club for athletic achievement In a tournament change an athlete's amateur status any more than one of the same price given by the AAA? Or does a tournament sponsored by the Podunk Boy's Club where amateurs play strictly for medals and trophies, constitute any more of a Breach of the laws of amateurism than one sponsored by the state, county or district Athletic Associations provided that the participant's status as a non-professional Is respected? The wording of the rule makes it sound a trifle unfair to say the least. Unfair to young athletes who, like E. B., have a chance of some day making a name for themselves in sports that are given very littli emphasis by the state school system. , Golf, for example, is not even a secondary sport in the majority o the schools in Arkansas. The AAA sponsors a state high school gol tournament each year, it's true, but in order for a lad to set his gam In good enough shape to compete In the tournament lie must depend 01 the facilities of his home town country club for practice at his owi expense. the plate hlnvilf to break a 3 and 3 tie. Jim Atkins was credited with the victory. Neil Saulla was the loser. The Mobile Bears suffered their sixth straight loss at the hands of Inrvln Hotblatt and the Memphis Chicks, who whipped them 9 to 1. Yesterday i Sports in Brief By The Associated Pre&s Golf RICHMOND, Va— Oeorge Schneler of Ogden, Utah, led the first day qualifying in the PGA tournament with a 66. PORTMARNOCK—Prank Strana- nan and Willie Turnesa carried U.S. lopes Into the fourth round of the British Amateur. HARLECH, Wales—Francis Stephens of England mid Mrs. Val Reddnn gained the finals of the British Women's Amateur. PARIS—The favored l.os Angeles team of Frank Parker and Richard Gonzales gained the semifinals in men's doubles in the French International championships. Kox Otflct Opens at I Week Show Starts at 1:30 Matinee S»turda> it Sundaj at £ p.m. ffita continuous ibowing Last Time Today "TIME OF YOUR LIFE" James Cagney, William Bendli, Jeanne Cacney Great innovation for an air-cool step through summer. Resilient, durable nylon mesh... (Jeans with a uiiisk...light as a breeze, lets feet breathe! Brown Calf with $4 195 natural wheat mesh. Seeks Hauling Permit Give the Boys a Chance RICHMOND, Va., May 26. Eight top-drawer professionals faced probable elimination today u the thirty-first PGA tournament became a wild scramble to overhaul George Schnelter of Ogden, Utah, in the battle lor medalist honors. Today's test over the 6,617-yard Hermitage Country Club layout uas the second 18-hole round of 36 'holes of medal play. It will narrow the field of 136 down to 64 for the start of match competition Friday. Schnelter. the 36-year-old boss of the traveling pros, was superb yesterday as he_loureo the windswept course in five-under- par 66. LITTLE ROCK, May 26. (/P)— Application of the City Transfer and Storage Company ot Pine Bluff to haul household goods over the principal highways wns taken under ad- In order to eel necessary practice he must compete against outsiders v j semcnt t>y the Arkansas Public because very lew high school students have taken up the sport mainly 5 erv i ce commission yesterday. because golf is not prominent, on tlie school's athletic agenda. So, local tournaments and the awards that go with them are naturally a big interest to' him. They furnish him with plenty of competition and help him learn the line points of being a good competitor. The only reason we can see for such a rule is to discourage tlie awarding of expensive gifts and presents to high school athletes by non- scholasttc organizations which is all well and good but why not re-write the regulation to that effect or else sot a maximum price thai can be paid for awards given by nn outsider? It would simplify things a lot. reduced greatly by vaccination. HELENA, Ark.. May 26. WV-Clarence Taylor resigned yesterday as editor of the Phillips County Herald here, a post he held since the paper entered the dally field two months ago. The new editor Is E. J. Mays, it was announced by co-publishers W. O. Wahlqulst and Woody M. Wahl- | gf qulst. Idaho Is the tenth largest state In the Union, having an area of 83.557 square miles. 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