TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN High Flying Cards Open Crucial Series wiffi Dodgers Tonight; Yankees Meet Chisox at Home By Ralph Kudcn (Assoriated Press Spurts Writer) Those (wo old antagonists, the league-leading Brooklyn Dodgers I and the runner-up SI. 1,01115 Cardinals, go al each other tonight In the | first game of a vital three game series in St. Louis. Brooklyn, clicking oji all cylinders, leads the Cards and the thud place Boston Braves by Uvo games and is sporting a seven game \vin- jkig streak. + 'with the execution of a three I game excursion across the river (o the Polo Grounds, Brooklyn has completed a home stand that | brought- 11 victories in 15 attempts. The Cards also are pretty hot. I Stan Muslal and company staged a triumphant swing through the I east that netted them 10 victories s 13 starts. Pollel vs. Roe Howie Pollet, stylish lefthander I who has won five straight games in brilliant fashion, has been selected I to oppose lefty Preacher Hoe In the series opener. Roe, vhose chief fault is a home run ball, heat Pollet, I 2-0. the last time the pair met in I St. Louis, May Ifl. That was the 1 last time Pollet was beaten. Ralph Branca (3-1) and Don Nexvconibe (3-0) or Hex Barney (2-4) are expected to work the re- 1 maining games for Brooklyn asaln- I st Al Brnzle (C-3) and cither Red 1 Munger (4-2) or Harry Breechen 1 (5-3). The American League's fra'f.- running New York Yankees return home after a road trip that saw I them -win only eisht o! 15 games I The Yanks left the stadium on May I 30 In first place by four and a half 1 games. Casey Stcnpcl's crew now lead the Detroit Tigers by three games The Tigers, in fifth place, six game off the pace before Memorial Day | games, have captured 11 of thei 15 'starts. ic Haschi, (9-11. the league' I top righthander, will open th Yanks' home stay against the Chi I cago White Sox tonight. Forme Yankee Bill Wight will toss for th Sox who arc in for four games. No games were scheduled i either league yesterday. Blood Flows In ^Legion's Groan Arena HOW THEY AMERICAN LEAGUE I New York 32 i Detroit 30 Philadelphia, 28 I Boston 25 I Washington 26 1 Cleveland M Chicago 22 St. Louis 15 .Pet. .640 .517 .538 .510 .510 500 .431 .294 Swt-dc Nel.son and.Jack Bloomfield out-battled Eddie Gn.ssett and Ja-k SVcele two out or three lulls last night to take a decision in the blood-splatlered tax jnatch nnm event of the American Lesion's 'rcstling bouts at the Memorial Auditorium. Blood was. spilled in the third and e:iriiMK fail when Steele received a tit eye during a free-for-all that ui-neil the tide of victory for Nel- otl and Bloomiicld. The injury lowed the ex-pitKi!i.st do\vn some- whnt and later led to his defeat. Nelson and Bloomficld, making heir first appearance together, copped the first and third rounds o claim the victory. They won 'he first fall alter 21 minute. 1 ; of frce- neins action with Bloornlieid defeating both opponents. Gossctt was the first (o 20 in 11 minutes, victim of body slams and a smother and Steele was defeaied five minutes later with body flip.' and a pi". Stee.lR and Ga c -sott won the -second round in only 13 minutes with Gojsett defeating Nelson in 12 minutes with a half jack knife and Sieele taking care of Bloomfield one minute later with body slams and a pin. The four srrapplcvs opened the third lall with a wild free-for-all that led to Steele's cut eye and a victory for Nelson and Bloomfield. After receiving the injury Steele was an easy victim of his op|X>n- ent.'s lists aiid was defeated in only four minutes with a body pin by BloomfieW. Gcs=e,U tried desperately for a comeback but was no match for Nelson and Bloomfield and was pinned four minutes later by Bloomfield. "in the two one-fall preliminary bouts GcBsett defeated Bloomfield in 12 minutes with a grapevine toe hold and Nelson won over Steele in 10 minutes with kangaroo kicks and a body pin. Cotton Pickers To Play Osceola Junioc Legion Team To Try Again to Open Their Home Season Sports Roundup by Hugh Fullcrlon. Jr. The lilvtlicville CoUou Pickcr.s Tlum homo tominrinv afifnioou o nr.tkc another sub hc*ir homo ^sen.soii vdtl :i Junior Lotion ninp furni.slimK lif opjvjMtkm. Tho J;IUMP is .sthed- .ilcMj lor Wjilkrr i>urk al 2:30. This \\ill lit- flu- I'h'ktTs' third ul- U k inpt 'U Viliwuv* ht'Ioi'o ci home iwn crown. 'I 1 heir tii'.sL try \viis paslponrd chit 1 to r;un add thi'H 1 home coiHf.st wa.s uwai\k'(l the? l^c.-ker.s l)y forfeit when Mu- mhi lulled in .show m> for Ihc gium-. Don Bunch, Imikv IpfthaiultM NEW YORK, June 11, r,V,— Thi.s t init 1 a yptU 1 ui!<i, the Ni'W York Giants had *|>urU'd In Jolly from ."^•romi to fii'^t place in tin? Nation- it! lAM^ut'- Then they >pun tlu/ily (Lnwmvard to fourth ulai'e urnl i at oppninu I u '^ llri " inonl ^ M ( 'l Oil iliu l lje«» li tin- O-src-o- ttivi'ii llir bound? as tiKLtm'41'r and DiMDchef was imported from lirookiyii for UH- job. . . . They Jinhhed lillli after ;< brief August CihmLs tumbled from lir.st plitri? nu Sunday to fifth oti Fuday and now thry're five games bi'liind the h'ai;ue ! railing LXHU'rrs. , . . Nn \\'n!idor they're driven 10 Mich cles- poratc measuip.s ;i.s tr.uling one old t nU'hcr for it not her old catcher. fruiiT'vai'bi-o'.'^ ^iinVi»leirto"hVm-j - - - Whal's the nrxt niovo? . . . die tin- mound dioiv.s lor tho I'irk- | In l j'e *j»iiie week tlie n.s vitli Mel lltw Nvovkmu beliiml the phi to. Hunch hxs .started <m!y 01 if? mntfM-t this season, a gainst Menijmi.s imci w.i.s .shnwoml from : ho box in the fifl h i tin ing. Weatluis May Tilth Oiho Weather.s, a riehilmmlcr • lead \vns etil to Him; y,am<"'.s. . . Mnybo ji ehiin^e of st'cn- ny will do them ixHli '.'.oml. . . ' Nats, Bosox Trade HOSTON, June 14. f<Tf-Th« Boston Red Sox yesterday traded pitcher William (Mickey) Harris juid outfielder .Same Melc for right- handed pitcher Vv'alter Mastorson i>( the Washington Senators. Ihc Till; MUS. TAKKS TI1K CHKC'K -Mr.s. Cary Mitldlcrolf grahs lur fhc ?2,OQO fiut prize check which her husband won in L-apUiriDg lJUi|' J "| National Open Goll championship as they struul in front, of tlie tropby, Ui _ at Chicago's Mt'rimah Country Club, The Memphis goiter had a score j Iol of 286 for T2 holc\s. iAP Photo). I wi) who hiLS" turneii in a eouple of perfoi'mntirc.s for hi.s Oscooln ttv.rn. l»rnb;tbly vil) oppo.si 1 Busicrh on the \ \ Wc.lthcis is O.sccola'.s le NATIONAL LEAGUE W 32 j Brooklyn Si. Louis -3 Boston .. . - 30 Philadelphia 23 I NG-A York 27 I Cincinnati 22 Cbicaco in ; Pittsburgh 19 8OUTHKKN LKAGUE \V Atlanta 30 i Birmingham 32 I Nashville 31 ! Mobile 21 Little Rock 28 New Orleans 29 Chattanooga 23 Memphis 16 Pet. .615 .580 .517 .528 .510 .432 .380 .375 Pet. .600 .503 .564 .son .509 .500 .411 .314 This Meat Has Been Aged— 15,000 Years Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE No games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE No games scheduled. Exhibition Cleveland 3 Brooklyn 2; Washington 8 Pittsburgh 7. SOUTHERN' LEAGUE Nashville 8 Mobile 3 New Orleans 11 Chattanooga S Birmingham at Little Rock, post poncd. rain. Atlanta at Memphis, postponed rain. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at St. Louis 'nighU New York at Cincinnati (night) Boston at Pittsburgh Philadelphia vs Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUK Chicago al Now York (night) St, Louis at Washington (night Detroit at Philadelphia fnighU Cleveland at Boston night SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION AH night games: Atlanta al .Memphis f2). New Orleans at Chattanooga. Birmingham at Little Rock. Mobile at Nashville. limbs arc not adapted I NEW YORK, June 14. f/!'i--A ime-lype deep-freeze unit toda ok over the task of preserving eat from 1S.ODO to 400,000 .years d from nature's deep-freeze vaults Alaska. The fossilized mammals, with •US and skin still attached, went . display at the American Mus- im of Natural History. The display includes a baby mam- oth. horse and musk OK parts, a ection of an adult mammoth, rcl- :ive of the modern elephant, and "super bison, huge ancestor of 10 modern bison. Washed from the frozen tundra i the Yukon Valley outside Fair- anks, the specimens were uncov- red in gold mining operations last ill. They were transported here y refrigerated cars. Yesterday's Sports in Brief By The Associ a I ed Tress Boston—The Red Sox traded outfielder Sam Mele and pitcher Mickey Harris to Washington for Pitcher Walt Masicrson, Now York—The New York Giants and Cincinnati Reds s w a p p e d catchers. Walker Cooper went to (lie Reds and Ray Mueller came to the Giants. Conpnrstown, N. Y.—Five baseball heroes were acimttrcd formally to the Hall of Fame—Mordecai Brown, Charles A. (Kidi Nichols. Hevb Pcnnock, Charles Gehringer and Harold (Pie) Tray nor. —^T en [MR— London—France eliminated favored Czechoslovakia, 3-2. in Davis Cup tennis while Sweden evened its series with Yugoslavia, at one match apiece. L o n d o n—Ted Schrocder and Louise Broiigh were seeded No- 1 in men's and women's singles, respectively, at Wimbledon starting next Monday. —C«cncr;il— Ne\c York—The New York Bulldogs of the National Football League obtained'Bobby Layne from the Chicago Bears for cash and two unnamed players, Columbus, Ohio—Barbara Canine of Western Michigan won mecialis honors in the National IntercoUeRi- ate Women's Golf Tournamenl with a par 78 for 18 holes. Rqin Postpones Softball Games At Park Tonight Hard rains this morning and last night have washed out the City j Softball League doublchcader .scheduled for Walker Park tonight, J. P. Garrott. director of the Blytiie- villc Y, sponsor of the loop, said this morning. Tonight's doublchcader had pitted the league-loading Ark-Mo Kil- owatters against the up and coining Blytheville Ji.yc.ccs in the first game and the Owens J)riiB Stoic nine against Phillips Motor. The games will be made up at a later date, Garrott said. 'our other Fifth Dl-stri^ Legion i-j,uc sii\n\e,-i ui'<* A^-o schedule t! tomorrow alternoon. Msuiilst I journey to We.sl MomphLs [or •A Iniituc i-onte.st \viili tlie Wc-.sl Mcmphis-Miii'ioii nine and C'urn- w:iy v.ill ])!=iv :l t Ltixora in tlu 1 only oi her i wo com (Ms hwolvinp MLS- si.^i])pi Cousuy tciun.s. li\ oilier VIM lies Murked Tree will pl;\y Tv\i;iv.vnn. :vud Hvvrri.sbui^ \viH bu at Mcmplii.s, C:ird Shark Ycinoii Muc-hie, in; t linger of Lynch burs, Va,, Crudiiial.s in Piedmont League, prfibably is the , only has eh;-11 nuiiiii j,ei' who i:<u IILS | job b< v i';mso Uu* ChumV'er »>V C'oni- ! nierce iT<Hiestei3 it. . . M;irkir (1:11! j Ua.sebiill aftei- last ."-xMson m devote ! his full time to r:iilr<Kidhiu. . . . : When the Cardinals were doin^ ; badly this .sprint, .loh'i J. Wranck, I-ynrhburK C. of C: iiroiiEent .peli- tinned R. II. Smith, Norfolk and Western I'ljiilwuv pii'.sitU'iil, to "loan Mackic to the Cuuis." , . . RmiUi <iitt :uid tho Cnrdinul.s iinmedirttc- ]y began winning. One-Minnie Spurts Tage Tomorrow's Mairrl Crrcbn-.lake Nashville Downs Mobile 8-3; Pels Top 'Noogans 11-6 Clyde Scott Gets Berth on College All-Star Eleven CHICAGO. June H. r/pj—Clyde Scott, deer-fooled back from the University of Arkansas, Is one of the fiist three players named for (he animal all-star foolbaU (jame here Aug. 12, He \vas nicked yesterday alone with Quarterback Frank Ti jpucka. Noire Dame, and center Chiurk Bednarik, Pennsylvania. As an all-stnr, Seott will oppose the professional trrun with wliieli \e will piny next fall, (he Philadelphia Eagles. Ciirl SnwaLsk!, the Southern itlinn's top hitler, clouted four hits in four trie.s, Inclmiintf his !8th and 19 lionier.s of the -stiji- he h'd Njirshville to an 3-3 victory over Mobile lust night, It wn.s the iliird con.seculivc j umnvph for the Vols ai\d the sixtli pi telling victory for Pete Mallory in seven .shirl^. Tlie Xeiv Otleaii-s Pelicaiw blasted CUuttjiioogn. 11 to r>, In the only other t<;iuie played. Biriniimhinn mid Lit lie Rock tied 0-0 after three innings a .^vhr til tied I win hill \vus v;as\\t i d <*\\\. The lengue-lending At- IHIUH CriK'kers were rrxlned out of their yntne at MemphLs. 40 Bream in Four Hours And All on One Fly Rod T. R. Randolph's fly rod was a buss* one yesterday morninp. He and W. W. Mann, both n( Clear Lnkc, used it to pull -10 bream from Mill Rciycni within the space of about four hours. Having only one rod between them, the men alternated in using it. The flies they used were made by W. W. Hawkins. Blythevtllc roan who whipped up a black gnat and fox squirrel for Vhe pair. LiunotLR fipht in neirnit won't lie on tlie radio or televisinn ami Jim Morris. Jr.. says no motion pU'ture? will lie '.aken. . . . ]>etroiter.s wit: liavt' to. suffer jilonc. . . Addini; r bil io liic confusion in the rolle^t 1 bii.^cbalt playoffs uve Ihc .series \jc- ' twi-en S\. John's, ttwt-heri by VV.i\iV- McGulrc. amJ Firddio Muguirc'i Hasion College Unun and the far thai. Dick M.iber. Notre Dann r;iteher. went im airainst We.stpr] Michigan, coaclu'd by Ills d;ut. i: Hie fourth district final. , . . Sine becoming bark field oonch «t T/>u isiana State, Kd Mc-Keevcr, wh tails from Sugar Creek. Pa., by of Texas, ha.s learued to rni.se both eyebrows if lie i^cts his prrlLs without, bulter, suit and pejiper. . , . J, P. Allen, veteran New York Sun tennis writer, is recovering from a brofcon let;, : . . Vinnie Richard. 1 ! has entered next wek'.s pro tenni.s (.•Inmpionship.s at T-'orest Hills in spile of the dans* 1 * of »ls bcmR mistaken Tor a tennis ball, lie wr*s round enough lust time we him. 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