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PAOE SIX BLYTHEVIT,LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19BT Defensive Work Is Stressed As Chicks Prep for Mules If yesterday afternoon's drill session is any indication, and Monday practices usually • ro then the Chicks can expect a maximum of defensive work this week. »re, _ __ 4 The Tribf sponl long hours work Cards Lose to Phils, Play Dodgers Tonight Trabert to Play Seymour Today BERKELEY. Calif.. Sept. 18. OF —Top-aeedod Tony Trabert of Gin cinnatl today meets nori-.vedetf B Seymour BS the national hard cour and Pacific Coast tennis champion •hips swing Into their second daj -Fourth-seeded Te,d Schrocder former national champion, wa forced into three sets yesterday be rpre shading young Cliff Mayne o Berkeley. 4-6. 6-3. 8-6. Mayne I California state junior champion. •Jew York . jleveland . loston . Chicago . . )ctroit . . •hlladelphia Vashington St. Louis . . AMKKICAN LEAGUE W I. I'd. 80 SO By THE ASSOCIATED PllliSS The St. Louis Cardinals, scurrying to set home ahead of the Boston Brayes, had to slow the Philadelphia Phillies pulled out Park on a tenth-inning home run. Perpetrator of (he Wow to Card* hopes »• B s Tommy Brown, who chose pitcher Al Brazle as the victim of his ninth homer of the season. It was, ironically, his lone hit of the evening. The Phils as a team could solve Brazle for only five hits, but two of them were enough to slice the Cardinals' Ihlrd place advantage to two eames over the idle Brave 1 *, off the right field fence in Die first Rookies Mel Clark supplied the other telling blow, a double in the fourth after Willie Jones walked and moved to second on an Infield- out. The Cards scored their nm early. with Harry iThe Hat) Walker push- Ing a single over the mound with the bases filled. After that shakey start pitcher Robin Roberts settled down to gain h I s 20th victory of the season against 12 defeats. All last season he complied a 20-11 record while helping the Phils take the penn.iiH For Brazle the evening left him with R 6-4 record. Tonight the Cards go up against. the league-leading Brooklyn Dodg- «rs with Tom Poholsky (5-13) jet to meet Dodger Ralph Branca (13-8) on the mound. The. St. Louis Browrus were Idle yesterday, but take on the Washington Senators In a t\vl-nlght twil bill today. Ned (16-12) CSarver and Tommy Byrne (5-10) will pitch against Dick Weltcroth 10-0) and Sid Hudson (4-11) of the NAT staff In third place down a bit Inst night 8* 2-1 triumph at Sportsman's 53 5f> .027 .file .910 .528 .465 .441 .397 .312 Brooklyn . New York . St. Louis . 3 o.s ton , 'htlarlelphia linetnnati . Ihicago . . 'itt.sburgh . NATIONAL LEAGUE IV I, Pet. . 90 51 . 8R 57 .638 ,607 .524 .510 .470 .428 .410 .407 G.B 4 16 18 22 'A 33 YKSTEKDAV'S RESULTS National League ChtcaRu 5. Brooklyn 3 Philadelphia 2, St. Louis 1 tlO In nlngs) Only games scheduled American I.eagu* New York 2. Cleveland 1 Boston 12. Chicago 5 Only games scheduled Southern Association • (Playoff) Little Rock 8. Memphis 8 TODAY'S C.AMES National l/eague Brooklyn at St. Louis night New York at Cincinnati night Philadelphia at Chicago Boston it Pittsburgh night American" league Chicago at New York night Cleveland at Boston Detroit-at Philadelphia St. Louis at Washington (J t night) Southern Association No games scheduled spen g on defensive leaks that popped in its mediocre showing against arked Tree last Friday night. And fore the afternoon was over, there as a difference In defensive play. The Chicks arc working this week get ready for an expected tough ff with the Mules qf Poplar Bluff :o.. High School. Armed with scouting information btained by Line Coach Bill Stan- 1, who saw the Mules play alns, Mo., Friday night. Hear ouch Russ Mosley sent his tribe Trough another lengthy session il.s afternoon, with promise of n]orc ' the same for tomorrow. Stnncil's report on the scouting llssion was that the Mutes are de- V Travs Take Series from Memphis; Meet Birmingham Tomorrow Night —Courier News rhfjlo ROOKIE FULLBACK—Furnishing reserve power in the backfteld for the Chicks this year are .several first-year men like Benny Hays (No. 14i, a rookie fullback, Hays played his first high school football game last Friday night and got away a couple of nice runs against Marked Tree. At 150 pounds, Benny Is both nitely OR good If not a better ballj fast and deceptive. And despite his size, he's a power type runner, ub than they were last year. And' ic Chicks, with a state champion- nip team, could manage only a two MichnWn, 26-12 victory ovc-r the lules. Work With Tackles Yesterday, the Chicks ran both a ire and six man line against their! wn plays in the defensive maueii- ers. Stancil spent considerable time L working with his tackles and uards, which were weak spots in lie Tribe's line lust. week. I The defensive drills were run at u]l fipced. which was n bit unusual sr Monday. Monday afternoon's rills generally are light with only minimum of hard contact work. And while the accent was on <lc- cnslve play, the Chicks also spent a. pood amount- o( time In blocking larticnliirly in the center of the inc. Mosley had n guard stationed nosc-on-no^c with the centers with instruction that he do nothing but ,ry to climb over while he Instructed .he pivot men on how to check a scrnpplng lineman. While defense more than likely vill he, the watchword for the remainder of the week, the Chicks also will spend a lot of time on :lming and other offensive an Yanks Nip Indians Again to Hike Lead Lopez Strategy Backfires for 2nd Straight Day; Cubs Down Dodgers By JOE KKICHLKR Associated I'ress Sim Is \Vriter _-^ Cleveland's vanishing Indians are rid of New York for^ the season but they may have left the pennant behind in Yankee Stadium. As they have done in all but one of their 11 games on the Yankees' home grounds, the Indians lost again yesterday. This lime they dropped a galling 2-1 tussle that put thorn a full game behind the front-running New Yorkers. By CARL BEI.L LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 13. in the regular season race, will renew nessy playoffs. The winner of the best fovir ol seven series opening here tomorrow night will Lake on the Texas League playoff champion In the Dixie Series, Houston and San Antonio are In the Texas finals. Little Rock's pennant - winning + Travelers beat the fourth-place Memphis Chicks. 3-6, last night to win their semi-final series, four imes to two. Jn contrast to the tightly contested Little Rock-Memphis set. the Barons of Birmingham eliminated third-ranking Mobile 'in lour straight games, three of them shutouts, and will enter the finals with three days of rest. Fields, Mobley WinAgainOver Canny, Brown Hogs Work on Passes As They Prep for Ags By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A y*ar ago the Arkansas Razorbacks lost their football opener to Oklahoma A. A; M. because their receivers dropped too many passes that probably would have ffon« for touchdowns. Th« RezorbackR. who will sUrt* the 1951 jeason against A. and M. I gt Stillwnter Saturday, hope to} ivoid repitiUon. They went through a lone »erlnl drill yesterday afternoon, and Coach Oils Douglaii 1 Xey observation was: "the boys were catching them well." H« also praised the passing of sophomore quarterbacks Ralph Trolllett and Lamar McHan. Lewis Carpenter, first string offensive and defensive fullback, was Ump Bill Klem's Rites Tomorrow MIAMI, Fta,. Sept, 18. ( Rosary services will b« said tonight for William J. (Bill) Klein, veteran Nn- tiontil Lengue baseball umpire who died Sunday, Funeral services ulll be tomorrow kept out of practice by a collarbone at st ' paUicl .- s church. Miam Injury, Douglas said it ts question- Bill Canny and Bad Boy Brown tried for their third time lo get revenge on Lee Fields and Rex Mob- Icy In the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling mfitche.5 at Memorial Auditorium last night but billed. Canny and Brmvn, after gaining a blp edge by taking bnth preliminary bouts and the first fall of the main event, lost the last two rounds ot the feature bout and the decision. Ago in as in the other two, last night's bout was a rough and umble one; "It was highlighted by free for all in (he third round hat nearly brought the rafters I own ag the spectators cheered, Canny and Brown won the first all in 12 minutes with Canny nking Fields on body slfirns in 10 minutes and Brown getting by Mob- ey In two minutes, But Fields and itobley milted to take the second round In 15 minutes. Fields beat anny with drop kicks and Mobley eliminated Brown with cart-wheels. The third fall went to Fields and MobJey also with Fields downing Brown in 10 minutes with flying tackles and a body pin and Mobley beating Canny in five minute* with cartwheels. Brown beat Fields with a crab hold In six minutes In the first preliminary bout and Canny defeated Mobley in 10 minutes wUh a body pin. Neither manager h;us announced his pitching nomination for tomorrow night. However, it wouldn't be bad guess that Baron boss Red Marlon will lead off with either efty Mickey Haefner (10-7) or Bo>o Newsom U6-U i. the old tig league righthander. Both have been particularly annoying to the Tavel- ers this year. Little Rock skipper Gene De- Sautels Is expected to count on right-hander Mllo Johnson U3-10) or southpaw Duch McCall (16-10). Birmingham and Memphis were the only teams which got the better of the Travelers in the season pennant chase, Each beat the Rocks 12 time.-: in 22 tries. Statistically, there's little t o choose between the playoff finalist. Birmingham ranked second in the league in batting with a .284 mark; Little Rock wns fourth with 279. in fielding, the Travelers were j ops with a .970 average; the Barons second with .968. It may be a case of out of the i frying pan into the fire for the beleaguered tribe, which opens a two-game -series with the Red Sox today in Boston. The Red Sox, winners of .six of their last .seven starts and fresh from a 12-5 romp over the Chicago White Sox, are only a game and a half behind Cleveland in this tense three-team American League race. Losing to NEW York is an old Cleveland custom. In the last 20 i cars the Indians have won only otic season serie.s from the Yankees. thnt probably accounts for only one Cleveland championship during tiiat time. Oddly enough, the Indians' edge over the Yankees did not come in 1948, Cleveland's pennant winning (AP)—Scrappy Little Flock and hard-hitting Birmingham, the one-two teams ]y ear< It came j n ig^5_ a 12 to nine their heated battle in the finals of the Southern Association Shaugh- icri^e—when the Indians wound up [fifth. But they had the satisfaction of seeing the Yankees place fourth, the lowest New York finish since 1925. Squeeze Works It was Phil Rlzzmo, the shortest 01 the Yanks, who beat the Indians yesterday with the shortest of hits. The winning blow—a deft squeeze bunt that didn't even reach the pitcher's mound—brought in Joe DiMaggio with the payoff run. It came in the last of the ninth after Cleveland Manager Al Lopez lu. ! ordered pitcher Bob Lemon to \valk Bobby Brown on purpose with runners on first and third and om out, The victory went to Eddie Lopat who squelched the Indians with ----------- • • • — ------ Arkansas Sportettes — Doug Crusading to Make Porkers Real Part of UA By CARL BELL LITTLE ROCK, Sept, 18. (AP)— Otis Douglas Is continuing his crusade to make the Razorback football team "a real part" of the University of Arkansas. The head coach, who started It last year by firing two star linemen for not attending classes, now ha* his grid men living in a boys' dormitory right along with other students, In other years, the athletes have resided to themselves In another hall, . . . And he's encouraging them to Join fraternities and to assume leadership in other activities. able whether the hard-hitting Junior will play Saturday. Elsewhere In the conference*. Bench- Burial will be in Miami's Graccland Cemetery, Ford Frick, pro.sidcnt of the Na Last nlgnt's game was the only one of the six between Little Rock and Memphis to be decided by more than one run. On;, hit, 11. to 0, the Travelers capitalized on four Chicks errors to score five unearned runs and hang the second playoff defeat on lefty Fran Biscan, who beat them every time he tried during the regular season. The biggest Little Rock blow was Ralph Atkins' two-run triple off the ri^ht flel dfence in the first inning, The RatorbacKa should b« able to xivr that extra effort In the fourth quarter this fall. They're in their best general physical condition since 1946. when the Porks ivrre hard as nails und wore down enough opponents to share the Southwest Conference championship. . . . This year's strenuous conditioning work Is shnwinj; up In thnt, while there are numerous minor aliments on th« squad, there are no n^rlous injuries despit* plenty of rough scrimmage. Says Douglas: "Statistically, we weren't B bad ball club l;usi year—when we won two and lost eight. This year we want more touchdowns and less statistics." Replacing graduated Louie Schaiifcle is a major problem In the Razorhack camp. Lewi* Car- penter, also the offensive fullback. will take over the big Little Rock boy'« specialty — defensive line- harking. Anrt sophomore Lamar McHan will do the punting, Louie's only chore when Arkansas had Ihe ball. three hits to reach the 20-win mar! for the first time in his career. Th only Cleveland tally came in th xlh and ll took an error to pave way for the Indians' unearned m, An infield out followed by Bob- Avila's single brought the run crow. The Yankees, who made seven its off loser Lemon, had -snapped a coreless deadlock in the fifth when Jzzuto singled in Brown, who had nod a one-bounce ground rule ouble into the right field stands. The stage for the winning marker as set by DiMaggio. who scratched single off Al Rnscn's glove with ne out. Gene Woodling followed vith a bouncer past first bnse- nan Luke Easter that sent DE- Magglo streaking into third. Then ame the strategy that backfired. A 13-hit Red Sox attack, featured by the clubbing of Ted Williams and Clyde Vollmcr, gave Ray Scar- wrough his 12th victory over the White Sox. Williams had a perfect day at bat with two singles, a double and his 30th homer iti four offici^^ Imcs at bat. Vollmer banged irM 'Ive runs with two singles and his 22nd homer. Campanella Beaned The Brooklyn Dodgers not only nad their National League cut to four games over New York's Giants as they bowed to the Cubs, 5-3, In Chicago, but lost the services of Roy Campanella for at least two days. ' Brooklyn's star catcher was laid low by a pitched ball which struck him on the left ear and sent him to the hospital. The pitch, delivered bj Turk Lown In the second inning, knocked Campanella unconscious, X-rays taken later showed no fracture, but Roy was held overnight for observation . Speedy Johnny Cole, Arkansas'' great little punt returner in ISriO, won't be running back the kicks this season. The junior safety man underwent a knee operation last winter and Douglas feels he's too valuable .strictly on defense to risk re- Injuring it by carrying the ball. . . . Dean Pryor, who shared the double safety setup with Cole last year, will handle runbacks, And tiny but shifty Tommy Britt is due' to replace Cole on punting downs. All Ex-Service Men Are Invited 5TH. DISTRICT MEETING ll-Church Sunday — Sept, 23rd • Dinner Business 1:15 Klein had been in [ailing health for several month?.. He was 11. Texas A and M rated hi?h among jtionnl League where Klem umpired ihe nation's teams and booked by j for 36 years before his retirement In many to *ln thtSWC crown, stress-1 J941p wll] ^ nincmg baseball noted defense against a single-wins at-] nb , CJ . flt tne j nnera] ; tack In a two-hour scrimmage at college station. The Au?ies face a single-wing leum when they play UCLA in Los Angeles Friday night. 1 Kice is the only SWC team not' starting the season this week. The i mated to be SO feet hich and so tcrt sophomore-laden accrccatton won't: wide. A portinn nf the back wall was get into action until Sept. 29 when! seen about 20 feet from the en- it meets Clemson at Houston. > trance. The Texas Longhorns last year's; Prona btlHy of lindina rattlesnakes SWC champions, made ready for; kept the riiFCOvery part> . frc , m fl]f _ the aerial attacks of Kentucky Sat- j lhcr j mmc djate exploration. urday afternoon at Austin. Lons- { horn coachts expect passes to comej In proves from Vhe fahled richt arm' of Kentucky's Babe P.irilli, Earlier In the afternoon Coach Ed Price 1 showed the team a movie of last ': year's Suear Bowl affair in which i the blue grass boys blanked Oklahoma T-0. I At Waco the Baylor Bears pitch- j ed aerial and ground plays against changing defense, The Beats, rated j by *ome sports writers to take the SWC crown this year, play the University of Houston Saturday. The TCU Froes took it easy allrr Saturday's heavy scrimmace. The Props meet Kansas at Fort Worth Saturday nicht. Coach H. N". (Rusty) Ru?scll m Dallas termed workout* yesterday "pretty sharp," as the Mustangs prepared for battle Saturday with Georcia Tech at Atlanta, Ga. Pep-Saddler Bout Won't Be Televised NEW YORK. S?pt. IB. fAPl — The featherufisht title (mht between champion Sandy Saddior nnd; Willie Pep at the Polo Grounds Sept. 26 will not be televised for home viewers. The International Boxing Club announced the 15-round bout will be i pipfd Into theaters outside the New York arm. Films will be distrlbvitcd i later by RKO. Read Courier News Clarified Ads. Membership A Kickoff IT IS TIME TO PAY YOUR DUES—1952 The American Legion has sponsored all worth-while LEGISLATION thiit has bcr n nf benefit to the ex-serviceman and his family, such as Education of Veterans, G. I. Loans. Our Four Main OBJECTIVES CHILD WELFARE C'OMMVNITV SEKVICF. REHABILITATION IIOSPIT.ALIZATION TO PROTECT THESE BENEFITS PAY VOUR DUES NOW DTP CASON POST NO. 24 Paul Mahnn. Tonimandrr. Athletic Director John Barnhill ifl chasing a fine looking crop of Ireishmen through their paces on Porker Hill In Fayetteville. Prize of the lot is a six-foot, six-inch left- handed quarterback — boy by the name of St. Pierre from Boston. Two-platoon football Is out at Arkansas. Douglas says "we'll have the best we have out there HK lonf as they can take It." . . . 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