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PAGE SIT __. .1 ~^—•^^^•^••^••••i ^ -- ~^^_.^ *JU J. A tt.SU Y IJLi Tigers Show American League Power BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Casey Stengel Rotes Detroit Along With Red Sox; Cardinals Move Into Third Spot With Hustle of Glaviano By Joe Relchler AuocMtd Pre*» Sportj Writer Rival big league managers are beginning to talk about Red Rolfe's hustling Detroit Tigers with a great deal of respect. Baseball men who previously had regai'ded the TIKCIS as 'just another first-division club," ace openly givim. the Bengals a good chance to win the American League flag Cnsey Stengel, skipper of the New York Yankees Is the latest to climb •a aboard Hi c De. |trolt bandwagon iNot that he I thinks his Van- ikees won't repeat. |But ho now rates jthe Tigers even fiwith Boston ^powerful Reel Sox SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mobile Birmingham Atlanta New Orleans . ...,,., Memphis Chattanooga Nashville . ......... Little Rock W . 16 , 15 . 15 13 12 11 8 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn II 6 Philadelphia 12 8 St. Louis 10 8 Boston 10 9 Pittsburgh 9 3 Chicago 6 g New York 5 8 Cincinnati 4 13 AMERICAN Detroit . .. Boston New York . . Washington . Cleveland . Philadelphia Chicago . St. Louis . .. LEAGUE W L 10 13 — 9 re .72 .65 .63 .57 .51: .41' .•10 .04 I'd .017 .600 .55 f .526 ,500 .500 .385 .235 Pel. .714 .650 .563 .533 .429 .375 .333 .308 Yesterday's Results Southern Association . Atlanta 7, Mobile 4 New Orleans 4, Birmingham 3 Chattanooga 6. Little Rock 1 •Nashville 8. Memphis 7 National League Brooklyn 7, Pittsburgh 8 Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 5, night St. Louis 10, Boston 3, night Only games scheduled ,as the teams he :Expects to give him his toughest flBht. L-L'l--; i-»'_ii i ' "Detroit Is the CastySlerujel ^J, e Iof *'"« cl "*> or," he said yesterday following ire Tigers' 7-1 triumph over his world champions. Tigers lo Be Tough '•They're going to be toiigii. you m,, C J, °" lhat ' £ WsUy when (Hal) Newhouscr comes around I don't like to talk about players o other clubs. But thnt (Aril Houtte man looked like the best pitcher Ir he league out there today." Hontleman, 22-year-old rich Hinder blanked the Yanks for eigh innings, but lei up In the nlnt fter his mates had glve'h him -0 lead. It was his fourth trlump: gainst only one loss. The Tigers today were lendin he league. Although lied with Bos on in games won and lost th risers lead the Red Sox by 64 per outage points. They've won 10 o 4 starts while the Sox have won 3 of 20. The two clubs meet in the firs ' an important three-game sen?' t Fenway Park today. Kell Scores Three Detroit's George Kell. vie Wcrtz nd Hoot Evers were the big guns <f '•*' 'fSKf'.* 'its' > •"t ' ( American L«agu« Detroit 7, New York 1 Washington 4, Cleveland 1, night Only games scheduled Today's Games Southern Association Night Games Memphis st Nashville Little Rock at Chattanooga New Orleans at Birmingham Mobile at Atlanta National Leagnc New York at Chicago Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, night Boston at St. Lonls, night Only games scheduled GeorieKtl! American League Detroit at Boston St. Louis at New York, night Cleveland at Philadelphia, night Chicago at Washington, night Major League Leaders By Ihe Associated Press American League Batting—Hegan, Cleveland, .415; and DiMagglo, S nme ' 6 ~ 5 - Mapes, New York, Boston, .389. Runs—Pesky, Boston, 22; gio. Boston 21. Runs batted In—Stephens, Boston. 25; Williams, Boston, 21. Hits — DiMaggio and'stephcns Boston 28. Doubles—Zarilla, Boston 8- Lipon, Detroit. 7. Triples—Doerr, Boston, and Henrich, New York, 3, Home Runs—Williams, Bonon 7- Wood. St. Louis, 5. Stolen Bases—Dillinger Philadelphia. 2; 13 players tied with I each Pitching—stobbs. Boston. Trucks Detroit; Hooper, Philadelphia and Ostrowskl. St. Louis. 2-0—1,000. National League Batting—Miislal. St. Louis. .««• Pafko, Chicago, .439. Runs—Jethroe, Boston, 21- Jones Philadelphia, 19. Runs Batted In - Ennls, and Jones, Philadelphia. 18. Hits - Sisler, Philadelphia, 29' Jethroe, Boston. 28. ^ Doubles—Robinson. Brooklyn, 8; yesterday's tri- mph. Kell hit a ngle, double and Iple and scored irce times. Wertz slammed a double and triple and drove In two runs Evers x belted n single and home run and knocked in three runs. Vic R a s c h 1, Yankee starter, pitched well for seven innings but »,...,.„ blew In the eighth and ninth, yielding five runs. It was his second loss against as many victories. Washington's surprising Senators handed Bobby Feller his second straight defeat as Sid Hudson pitched them to a 4-2 triumph over Cleveland under the Washington lights. Besides spacing 10 hits for his third triumph, Hudson helped win his own game with a run-scoring single and s long fly that brought In another tally. Brooklyn Wins Brooklyn retained its Na League leadership, defeating the Pirates In Pittsburgh. 7-5. The Pirates staged a belated ninth Inning rally, routing starter Bud Podblelan with a two-run attack. Jack Banta replaced Podbielan End stopped the Bucs with the potential tying runs on the bases. Philadelphia's Phillies remained hslf behind the Brooks, edging out the Reds in a Cincinnati night throw by Herm Wehmeier in an attempted pick-off play In the seventh Inning allowed the Phils to score the tie-breaking run. Ted "Kmszewskl's three-ran homer in the sixth had put Cincinnati m Iront. 5-4. until the Phils' two-run rally In the seventh. Ken Johnson, although replaced by Bob Miller In the seventh, pained credit for his second triumnh. Glarlano Is SITU Mot Little Tommy Glaviano was the big man in the Cardinals' 10-3 vic- AR CETTIXO UP HIGH FOR DOlilll.E I'I,,\V I>KG-Chicngo Cubs icona Baseman Wayne Terwilliger (left) leaps ni !; h to avoid sliding ;w York Giants Shortstop Al Dark (13) as he pegs ball (just leavinn ns hand) to first for a double play in sixth inning o( ti rst game ol twin bill In Chicago. Giants ditcher We.s Westrum was nipped M tirst after he hit to Cubs Shortstop Roy Smalley to set up the double piny — (AP Wirephoto). J ' Travelers Near Record in Games Lost Column By Hie Associated, Press The Little Rock Travelers of 1950 have their last chance Tuesday Runs Plentiful In Cotton States Greenwood Holds Slim Leagu* Lead By 9-6 Triumph By Hie Associated fruit They mnrtc rims In bunches like bananas at El Dorado last night but Greenwood made the most and' maintained its .slim Cotton Slates league lead. Pine Bluff stayed close behind by clouting Monroe 6-2 but Clarksdale slipped a notch In the third slot when it lost 10-2 at Greenville. Natchez nosed out trot Springs •3 in (he other game. Four run spurts In the fifth and sixth innings gave Greenwood Us 9-S triumph over the Oilers, who assisted tin 1 league leaders with six ocots. Hitlcss for five frames, E >orado came to life In the sevcntl but it was too late. Paul Dabowski's second homer In is many nights sparked the slx-rur rally. Adam Stempkowski pitched a five lit. came and shut out Monroe for icht Innings in winning his fifth if the- season for the Judges. Joe Davis pave Pir.e Bluff only eieht nfelie.' but three of them were hom- TS by Fran Scarpacc. Bob Kurtz ml manner Harry Cho/cn. Greenville's Bob Loddeke also litdicd cfgfit scoreless Innings in urning bark Clark.sd.nlc with six its. paced by manager Joe Rnllo's hree hits In four triris, Greenville napped cut of a hitting slump to :ip out 10 safeties. TUESDAY, MAY », 19W —' • - -—' ' — Hans Wagner and Christy Mathewson Lead Writer's National All-Stars Since 7900 S$-ee!e Girl Joins Baseball night to stay out of the Southern Association baseball read, "consecutive games lost." If Little Rock loses it will be a record tying 20th straight time, If Little Rock wins, which it hasn't done since April 18. the Travelers will leave the "consecutive james lost" record in the sole possession of the unhappy Mobile Bears of 1917. Tuesday nicht it Little Rock's fateful night, Tf the Travelers whip Chattanooga they're heroes for cut- ing (he string and refusing to join he Dears. If the Travelers lose in Chalta- looga they're famous right, on The Travelers will be the team which led the record for terrible baseball. Lou Lombardo. the only Little lock pitcher who has won "a game his season, has the honor of trying o snap the string. Bob Ross of ChatianooEa can b» the man who avc the Travs their 20th licking n a row. records which Patiy Burton, dauahter of Mr and Mrs. Harry Burton of Steele] Mo., hp.s joined the National AH-' A"«rica t-irls baseball league. She left last week for port Wayne. Inci., where she will pl-iy with the Fort Wayne Daisies. -Miss Burton Is a junior j n Steele Hkh School where ;he starred on the girls basketball team. Hickson, Wdch Win Feature Bouf- n V/eekly Braw! Billy Kickson and Letter Welch efeated ring vet Wild Bill Canny id newcomer Benny Hernandez -Jj*-*t night in the feature b:>ut of itiona'lTtlfe American Legion's weekly zrap- pling brawl. Welch and Hickson for,; the first fall In as minutes with Welch dropping Hernandez with kanznroo kicks and body pir_s 5nf | Hickhon dazing Canny with a spinning toe hold. Hicfcson put a quick finishing touch on Ihe night's proceedings by usine his favorite spinning !oe hold on Hernandez. He got the Mexican out of th» way in"a mere five minutes. Canny took a little longer. Hickson dropped him in 15 minutes with Musial. St. Louis. 7. Triples—Kerr, Bmfon and Jethroe, Boston, 3. Home Runs—Jones. Philadelphia. 6; Gordon, and Elliott, Boston and Kiner. Pittsburgh, 5 each. Stolen bases — Jethroe. Boston. Snirter. Brooklyn and Adams, Cin- ccinnati, 3 each. Pitching — Roy. Boston: Bankhead, Brooklyn; Rush. Chicago; Werle, Pittsburgh and oJhn-on and Miller, Philadelphia, 2-6— 1000 Blytheville Motor To Play Steele, Mo. Blylhevilie Motor C. will p !av its second softball came In the Northeast Arkansas-Southeast Missouri sottball league at 8 p.m. tomorrow against Steele, Mo. The motormcn recently replaced Senath, Mo., In the newly orgr.niMd icsgue. NOTICE Notice i.s hereby given [hat the nciersijmed has tiled with the ommif.sloncr of Revenues of the tate of Arkansas for pel mil to sell ;td dispense beer at retail on the remises described as 228 N 2nd lytlievillc. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he i.s a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been oom-icierl of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the uncter- .•i.cned has been revoked within flee years last past; ami that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of thus state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1950, and to expire (The flnml »iorj !„ , dwJlnj with lh« 7»h Jubile ,1 the N.tlonal UI«b»J| L By lot Belchler NEW YORK, May ». (AP)-Hans Wagner and Christy (Big Six Mathen-son, two of the greatest heroes ever to trod the diamond, lead a parade of a dozen super-players who comprise the National-League's all-star team since 1900. The New York Giants, winner' of the most pennants during the modern era, dominate the brilliant squad with four representatives , All-SUr Team The writer's all-star team (according to their position*, the teams they starred longest with and their year fo activity)IB—Bill Terry. New York (192336> Hornsb y. St. Louis SB — Harold (Pie) Pitt-sbiirgh (1820-37) ss — Johns (Hans) Pittsburgh, (1897-1917) Tray nor, Wagner ' RP— Mel Ott, New 45) Roush> York (1926- Clnclnnatl Hartnelt Chi- New C— • Leo (O.abby) cago (1922-41) P — Christy Mathewson York (1900-16) P — Graver (Pete) Alexander Philadelphia, Chicago (1911-30) P— Mordecai (Three - finqcred Brown, Chicago (1903-16) P— Carl Hubbell, New York (1028-43) Terry, the last National League player to hit ,400 or better, gets the call over Prank Chance of the old Cubs becausr of his superior hitting. Terry managed the champion Giant' n 1933-36-37. Terr y ' s .34 2^ ifctime Dotting mark Is one of ' the highest In the majors. He had few equals on defense. Hornsby for Slugging Hornsby, because of his superior slugging got the nod over Prankie Prlsch of the GlanU and Cards and Johnny Evers gf the Cubs, The Rajah was perhaps the greatest right- handed hitter the game ever produced. He owns * lifetime mark of .358, highest In league history. He led the circuit in batting seven times, six in succession from 192025. His .424 mark in 1W4 still stands a.s the highest In modern history He also swatted .401 In "a and 403 in '25. Wagner had no competition for shortstop. Wagner could do everything. As a batter he led the teazue eight years. His lifetime average, for 21 seasons was .329. He collected the most hits In the league, 3,430, and itole 720 oases. T r a y n o r. a member of the hall of fame, had a lifetime batting Average ol .320, seasons witn the Pi- covering rates. 17 Hartnett gets the catching call over Roger Bresnahan, New York- Johnny Kling, Chicago and Georcc holds the all-time record for dur- iibson, Pittsburh. The gabby one ibility. with 1.910 games, 1,793 behind the plate, fie —cads fit catchers vlth 230 home •uns. 37 in one •eason. Selecting three mtfielders was a )r o bIe m. But Paul Warier, Mel Ott and E rt d i e Rough get the call. on the 30 day of June, 1951 American Legion Hut Frank Doss Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 8 da yof May 1950. ' Mrs. Marshall BlacKard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3.9;53. 5,»;50 Ott Is the leagued home run king with 511. He topped the circuit in four baggers six times, he batted —=— — — in the most runs, scored the most • violating the laws of this Ke compiled a .323 mark in II years! with the Reds, ' and Giants, and led lh« circuit twice In batting. He was the spearhead of the R«ds' first championship In 1919. Eddie could bunt, hit for distance, run and' throw with the best Mathewson, Alexander, Brown and Hubbell won 1,218 games among them. Matty and Alex^nl- lected 373 apiece to tie for the ... victories 'registered by a National League pitcher. Hubbel! won 253 and Brown 239. Matty lasted 17 years.in i>«> «•• ' •. Alex 20, Brown 14 and Hubbell 16. Burnett Beats Appbbaum Burnett Hudson's Softball nine racked up an 8-4 victory over Ap- plcbaum yesterday in a Bay Window League flame played at Little Park. The H'irnett team picked i»n eleven hits off losing pitcher B. L"tcs while winner Long gave up seven. and drove in the most runs. Waner, the big poison of the famous brother pair, was one of the most natural hitters In the game. Not big, he had one of the keenest pair ol batting eyes In the game. Three times he led the league in batting. Ronsh Pounded Hal! Roiish, probably the greatest of all National League defensive outfielders, alia was a great hitter. N O T I C B Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 1001 North Sixth, Blytheville, Mississippi County. r !1ie undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned lias never been convicted of any other state, relative to of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to bo issued for operation beginning on the first day of July, 1950. and to expire on the 30 day of June. 1051. J. L. Moiiltrle Subscribed and sworn to before me this « day of May 1950. Elizabeth Mason (Notary Public) NTy Commission expires: 4-26-54. S'SISO Unloading Time Cut , * TKENS (AP '-A shipload of 5 -00 tons of German war reparations was unloaded at Piraeus in six diys to establish a new record for the Port. The -argo—heavy steel products including a 50-ton rnihoac! crane—was taken off the D-.ni.~r, motorshlp "01«a" in half Hie normal unloading time. Fast discharging of cargoes at Piraeus in recent months has been accomplished since ECA Inaugural ed new port planning techniques and operating procedures. THE STRIKE SETTL Chrysler Production Started Yesterday. Thanks to the Hundreds Who Have Waited. . . Our Apologies To Those Who Had To Buy Second-Choice Cars Of the 26 bones In the foot the smallest is only three-eighths of an Inch long, the largest 2'-. inches Two- Row Four- Row AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT $ 267 50 '297.50 1,000-Gntlnn Storage Tanks with all hose and fit (ings $497.50 6arksdaleMfg.Co. South Broadway Phone 2911 tory over the Boston Braves In St. Louis. The hust- lins infielder had » perfect night at he plate with four Hts and a walk. He drove in five runs and scored three. His base knocks included a double and home The Redbirds 'yGliviano collcc '«i 11 hits off Io?er V e r n Blckford and two successBrs while Gerry staley allowed the Braves eight. The victory enabled the Cards to vault past the Braves into third place. The defeat was Blckford's third without a victory. All other teams were not scheduled. You'll Love Our Flowers! BI.YTIIEVILLE FLOWER MART Mfmplili Hiwaj Phone 6002 BILL GODWIN TOTING GOODS & Hunting Li- Fishing cense. "Jimtnic I!' Aluminum 11 ft. Fly and ' 12 ft. Bout Koals, 12 & rods, Casting rods guns repaired. Shoes for every sport, -121 \V Main Phone 67G2 a body pin. Hicfaon took his preliminary Trom Hernandez with a crab hold and Canny won lite single with Welch with blows to tlie head and body slams. 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