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PAGE TEN COURIER NEWS Curt Simmons Passes Test j Starts Comeback with Win Brooklyn Chicacro New York St. Louis Philadelphia Bosron Pittsburgh Boston St. Louis Cleveland V.'p.shinpton Ne\\ - York Chicago Detroit Philadelphia AMERICAN LliACVK W L Pet OB | 9 2 .SIR 7 3 .7()01i .r>n2 .50ri .4H .4ffl .200 .11! SOUTHERN' ASSOCIATION Won Lost I'd. 13 5 .122 13 1 .650 11 Mobile Neu- Orleans Chattanooga Atlanta Little Rock Nnsbvilh- Birmingham Memphis .an .5110 .son Preacher Roe Handcuffs Cardinal 'Cousins' Again By 1V1I.I, niilMSI.CV A I' Sports Writer Cold and rain continiicrl to panily/.o Imsnball in thp East nnd a strike threatened to hlnck out. » piirk in the West hut followers of (lie Philadelphia Phillies could find no >rloi»m ;ii).vvvl)i'i-e IfMiny—I'ui-l Siuinioii.s is h.-ick and h'''x in I ho Ki'ouvn. Artny, marie fus first niajir lenmie •sturt in 10 months vesrerday and ]•> r o c e e d o d to In the oDicr tfiiiif? Ihr ('hicaso j f-nmr. Warren Kpahn, ihf* Rn.sion <;nhs w i i h a : Rrnvrs' rrnclf leffy, nmlerj Pit"?- Mnnoth -trven-hit.; burt-h tichirr to the cellar hv ormnnre, fi-2,1 humhlinc ihe Pirates Mimj-CT Flrlrllei hits. H WJIR the tenlh w i\ vrr roiil'in''. ; for UIP hapless Flur.s hide his pin He .saUl Bin •ILS attJt 1 to nt. his nun rvfU-r the treatrrl him 4-1 Jeml. Iti the reason's first head-on r.«;l- islon of Bust and Wtwt, the fa- •ort'd Hrooklyn Dod^er.s streim-tb- •ned their j^rip on the National ..ensue lead hy turning bark the *Ul | coiinlpfl for Ihf 1 wiuniny run vvhon hr> singed y\lvin D.irk homo it\ (tin ninth, ninckwoll pitched a ftoocl !>•]. nn fivo o:-.^i in a rou 1 v:ho are 3 1 «arn< vc . mil of first plnre. Thn F'l raip'; ii^rtj liner pilrhers wi'h Bob Friend 'he ]nser. Phils to a Curt Simmons VESIEKDAY'S Nntiona! Lcnguc Now York 2 Cincinnati 1 (night) Boston 5 Pittsburgh 1 (night) Philadelphia 8 Chicago 2 , Brooklyn 4 St. Louis 1 AMEKICAN I.EAGCH Clevelanti 21 Philarlolphla n micliti St. Louis at New York, ppd., rain. Detroit at Boston, *ppd., rnfn. Chicago at. Washington, iptJ., rnin. Southern AssucfiUfnn Chattanooga 6, Atlanta ] Little Rock 3, Mobile 2 Nashville 10, BlrmJnghnm 5 New Orleans 8, Memphis 2 TODAY'S Philadelphia at ClV.rn\;o New York, at- Cincinnati Boston at Pittsburgh Brooklyn at St. Louis {night) American LCAJTWC Chicogo at Washington ttwl- iiEht) Cleveland at Philadelphia (night. St. Louis Qt New York (2) Detiolt at Boston Southern AssorfiiHon Nl£;ht ft.Tinffi Memphis at, New Orinans Birmln£rJi;im at N^sln'iJle Little Rock nt Mohilo Atlnrxta at Chnttanoo^a •Jt. Louis Cardinals on the master- Only one K a in e wa s pi a y r rl i n the American I.i'tiuuo n? uns.on.snn- nble colrt and wot pronnrJs, \vhirh hn ve already coM Fa stern duhs more than a minrtei nf n million dollars, forced three more nor.t- ponenienis. .The Cleveland lmh;«ns wnn, ai-!>. over Ihe Phllnrlolphin Athletics in wild shiKfcsl that saw the two WEDNESDAY, APRIL 80, 'Y' Announces Boys and Girls Week Activity J. P. Garrott, Blytheville Y *c<-- i-iHary, snirt yesterday lhat the V is planning to celebrate the !?o- ] Uiry-sponsnred Boys and Oirls I Week ii\ a bi!< wny. Mr. O:irrntl announced a Ei:!! seliertnle nt activity [or boys and j cirls of the city Saturday In ob- L ervanee of Ihe week set aside to honor the ci(y s youne folk';, Raturclny hlnrnmc iliere -A-jll bf liasptell at Li'tle Piir'k. There will be .'Tvoj-.i] cames hetu-een (e.itns in the Y's three teeu-ape leagues. Al the tame time, a oracle school lr:itk meet Mill he run off al Wsljf- Judge Blasts Kentucky, Rupp for 'Demoralizing' Groza, Beard and Barnstable Get Suspended Sentences for 'Fixes' NKW YORK (AP)—Three former University of Kentucky baskellwll stars ntrnscf] of .fixing games were free on proUilion today, but coach Adolph Hupp—tJie fanwi Baron of ihe Kluegrass felt the full impact of the college court^ scandal.' N'RW YORK f,Ti—'I"hrep University of Kentucky basketball _.. stars accused, of fixme games were < and rru:h of the rnv's erade j * rnp nn probation todiiy. but coach schools are phnnin^ lo take pr>rt. Adolph Rvipp—the famed Bar fin of Then fnr those \vbo prefer other 1 'he Blueprass felt the full impact forms nf recreation, there will bo' of the college court scandal. pinny lo do jn (he Y'.s playrooms.' General Sessions Judge Saul 5- including rhess tournaments, check- I S'reit castigated Rupp and the rr tnurnnmentii and table tennis I University nr Kentucky officials as loijrnameiits. , bavins to share the "responsibility Mr Oarrott said ihrre will be fnr corrupting and demoralizing" •eclst ration fnr I.)IP-P tourna- the three ox-players. ^ inc ' ritrht 1 he :^ . "Must whnnvpr is on hnnd tirno will hn Hicible to play. rl have the rtrnwiny> an<1 pair- I s Saturday with niomine and the tournaments," On the recommendation of the district attorney. Slreit suspended cnce* for Alex Groza. Ralph All clutch pitching of Preacher Roe, j teams pound nut n Uital of 43 hils. , 1-1. Increased jf.*-;ul The DiKlRers thus tncrniised their load In a full came and a half over Chirn.cn. beaten by flip Phils, •tint the Cincinnati Reds, who (ell victim lo the New York Olnnts at Cincinnati, 2-1. Maclle, n 23-Ratne winner for the senior league champions in 10^1. Imitod the Reds to three lilts In outtiitelinK Cincinnati's canulint- Ewell Blackwell, allrt he also ac- I'UCASANT ricOHM-M — Joe Lynn Vowoll iriijlUj, HlyiVvivillo Hish School's alt-riirf.rirr, r;u:er, reads the [r.w-r from Dr. Fr*ri p-.t • Phr)H» Allen. University nf Kansas b;i^:n:b:in co:n:h, arkihg him lo vi.sH thr Kansft-s cnTiipii i U) tfilx ahout a bri^'-cM inli .-[ hoir- J ship. U'-o^:- inj? nn is ..[(if Lynn's hich school <: <j;i<-h. .Jirnrny Fi:=hnr. The Inner poses a plenum problem fnr Jnr* Lynn. as he nhvarty lins schn]nr.;hij> of- frtR iwm Midwestern of Wichita Falls, Tex., and the university of Oklahoma. \ Courier N'rus 1'hot'j) 25 of irioni by (he Indians. The i American League record is ITi. Rookie Cleveland outfirldr-r Jim Fiidley ranir close lo making Ixise- fonH history when he pounded out six hits in six nines al bat, all singles. Al Ror.en, Indian ihird baseman, also b,id a banner eve- nine at the plate, hit tine three home- rims and n alnqlr and knnrk- iiiK in seven runs. The veteran Bob Feller was (he winner al- h^ gave up Ifl .snfoties. Travs Slice Mobile's Lead with 3-2 Victory By Th« Associated I'rcsB Tho Mobile Bcnrs. S/Mithrrn A-wormMnf} lea reason to hntc the Travelers from Little Rnck. have every Chicks' Joe Lynn las Scholarship Troubles .loc Lyr.n Vowpli. Rlylllf-villp Hiel) Si h»li basketball dandy is in a dilemma today—but a pli>A;-ai]t one. .loc Lynn, whn will matlualc next colors. immtli. Jincis hiinsrli in ihe plons- ] Ada hi-sides all this, Joe Lynn Is aiil prrdiraniiMit o! having to in.iki [ an honor sturitnt. a rhnice Itnin thift; rollc^p schohti'- ; Chevies Beat Moose Lodge [ ln BWL Action The DmlKor fnvinliaiif).^ worn ,s;>il- in^ nlong nn M\n oi'ost n[ n tlirrp.- Ranio winning .slroak \vhrn Dutch McCnll twirled the Arkmvms rluh to n 3-2 triumph lust night, on- nhlinp Now Orlonns to pull within one pnme of first place. Chnttarinnqn swanipod AHantn. S-t. N<MV Orlmns bln^trd Ihn Imvly Memphis Chicks, H-2 nnd Nashvtllo Knvc Dirmfnehain n l()'5 jtif, LUtlo Hock's rally pot undnr wnv whrn Charlie Lclchns was .safn on FCC to Tackle Radio Racing Problem By JATK ADAMS WASHINGTON f.^j — The Fcrirr<i[ Communications Commission may apeli out before year's cud just, how tar It heltcvrs radio and tolc- viiicn motions cnn K» In giving out racn trnrk Information. tM'ior. A fiuri-ifit'p lnni( moved | Llm bnsp runner to spcond rxnd Jim Cronm \VI\R mtpntinnnlly wnlkrd to l to Catcher nuke Donlilllc. who rrKpnmind wilh n hi«li bnundrr to Don Ztnimcr. Tlir hull clndtrd Iho inficldor nnd bonndnd Into left field, enabling Lri.ehns to scorp. SiiiRlr S(:irt-j Things Crnnm rncr-d to Ihird and Don- little tnok second nn the plfty. Thru iNtnCnl! came thronph with the first hit off- 'Mnlntn Pitchnr Jay V(?r Ct'oi(sT:"rT^in^lo which scored Cronin and si-nt DemLiUle to third. The ciitchrr scored who it Bob Gvicc grounded out lo .socrwid. The thvee-nm npnstn^ in the. sevrnth Wits Ml laillft Rock nerded, Mobile rallied (or two runs in Mm .same frame hut MrCnll, who nllow- od only three hits, was superb iti (he clutch nnd preserved the Mome, Unii! recently Hie ?'CC, mindful I of the constitutional bun on censorship as such, has Irfl it to the discretion of individual stations, it lifis -schF-rluled to dotrrmme whether HIP stations would be permitted to contmnn on the nil-. which n]J involvrrt hope ;vi!l pro- dticp a geiu'i-al poljpv Thp riHinnirssion pni in touch ln:<t Febnmry wilh nearly n sroro of raaio nntJ lelnvKion stniionr, \vho:=n teenies were up for rrnrwnl, Tho FCC noted The?p .Mniu'm reuul.nrly bronricnst rnrini: nr'.v=i \v|i:lf thr is rmi- bvoad- cot ni-d thai such rppnlnr cnst.^ "tuny he of niri lo illopal linnrd whether this type of pro- cm m "mny prorhirtc n ivrll- roimdrrr frrvicp which brnnricaM- inR license holders are obliged to provide. Abnnt imif of riioso riled for Erautt Changes Mind, Will Play For Travelers r,rrn-E ROCK nsfliiij? caU-her of Li tile Tim ,-c:hci<>!.s hf ninsl choose in.rn are the University of oklnhocAa. the University of Ksuisa^ and Mid- u-e.stfrn nt, Wichirn FfilK Tex It all started back in Detfmix-r when Joe Lynn applied for a Is>.\al Reserve OfJicpi.i I'minnis Corps prholarship. He, tor,k his nppitucjc test i h en. Itt February, IIP parsed hi.v phyfiiirnL Several weeks a^a, the N'avy notified him that, he ha,> tirrn a^t'cpt- oil tor a t-c.holfirslnp tinti li ;ierl o-c- lalumia and Kansas as the two c-hnJce.i on that srholnr>hip. Tiiett Mirlwrst^rn nlirreri bun H bji^ketball seholnr^ltip- Srveral nuvs nso. Jinutiy Fi. i t^r, lilytlieville Hiph Sclmol CIMCII. re- rr'ivnci n letter (rom D:. Fnn'<•«.! <I"'mct Allen, tlic Univt-v>i'v nt K;insu= hnsketball i'o:irh. "f.nii .Jor Lyim a tryoiu fnr a f>:^ct!KiU scholarship al Ksui 5 :^ 5 ;. 'In Visit Kansas JDP Lynn jsairi yo.sit v rday ifi:ii h plMititetL to visit the Krui/.a-; < -,\\\\ PUR \\\\^ summer and talk u* Phn; /(hour, r )i»t .sdmlarshii). "I haven't made tip my miiu yet," Jon Lynn said "hut, r'^hi nn' it's ciihei Knn5n.«: or Oklahoma. J ( ie LATHI, a translrr sinrifin !i ( >i Kitor, TPX . was pirked on liir .-\jl l^isdTcr Tiuee team ilte psi.st i^ M^n.^oHs He ii]*o was cho.'en on ti" iill-iourni\n\em tc;un at- Arkan L. Kinie CalleKr'.s invitational unLrna nirnt the past two •. rur:- Jlr : n [j^irlerefi ime r>f ilic br< lia>k r " liall playcr.s ever lo wear ritii: the ttfft'itf.r of their Rny window RofTball I.r^uiro crown with a rtr- f:isn-*» Ki-4 victory o\'er the Moo-p i I.oda" at Little Ptirk yesiwrlr.y flf-j ! _ The Clievk.-: rfvcd th? grinie lip, in a hui rv ?rorUi',' ll runs in the fir 1 - 1 iniuntr and SIKMI they roasted . hnme nr-liii-rt | j-jn four-hit pitching of Ai r nuv ;s iiiip>f>ii. fVf- BNcnJism un- !tte ("hevies' biy t-'iin. He had a perfect day al ' bnt '.vitli n hnmpr, ,-inzle nnd two ; birrc on bnlls in fn\if nnic^ ;U bat. : l-:u'ry Kaf7 pid'hTl for Ihe Mno-p i tr;iti) a IK! Sonny Lloyd pnced ibf hnl inc; \vitli a tlnrd-insiintr thrc 1 !?- Benrd and Dale Barnstable. all former Olympic performers, hut placed them on indefinite probation. fn a'' withering attack on Kentucky. Rupp and college athlelir-s in treneral, Streit said of the coach who has led Kentucky court teams since 1930: "The undisputed facts are that he aided nnri abetted in the immoral subsidization of the players. With his knowledge, the charges in 1 his rare were openly exploited, : their physical welfare was nei Reeled, and he utterly failed to build their characters or instill any ', morals—indeed if he did not impair j them. Didn't Aswrr Charge .1 "In view ol his conduct. Mr. ! Rnpp's sanctimonious attitude be : fere me becomes ludicrous and | comic." j Rupp did no! answer Ihe char; j immediately. Nor would any officials at the university comment. Dr. Leo M. Chnimbcrlain. University vice president, said he felt the university should have at least a fe'.v days to -study its position. Streit also accused (be college and Rupp of getting the players "tips" after they plnyert well Beard testified be got S3 or SK from Rupp if the coach though he played well. Bnrnstable said that if ihe. players performed well they usually received from S10 S^O each. CINCINNATI OP. — Snl Mngltp'p Streit said Ihe players freqisentK tMNif u'Inning sinele in the ninth j were lavished with gift certificate inning against the Cincinnati Rrds amounting to as much as S100, fa last night was thp Giant pitcher's bonuses before trips and $50 tip first hit. of the ynnr. fi-om Rupp and .team well wisher Ted Williams Scrys Goo'cf.fcye To Sox Today BOSTON r/r-, — For thf ?prnnd time In 10 years Terl \V:l1i;im.i. latent of the major Iea«rue5, 400-hit- t n r.s, today doffs his Bo.^tnn Red Pnx uniform for that of a U. S. Marine (Iyer. Williams will he honored bv 35.- QCG acimirera vh^ will ],im Fenway Park for his farewell nppparatirp acain.et the Deficit Tizpr.s. They '.vill shnwer him with nmdpst eitt^. Antona; them are n Inr.-e ?i^ck of "memory bonks" That inrlurie the SIR natures of sthont odiT.Oflr) we!)- v.'ishers, a collection tnacic hy the Brw i o rt Hera If 1 — T ra v elf r. Now 33, Williams rrpm-Us for a !7-months '"ur nf chivy as a cnp- tnin at Willow Grnve, Pa., on fYi- riay. >le reali7.es lie will be nut r! bn^eball until the 1054 season j but, has hopes of resuming t he | carrer that has ennifd him about S500.000 In Reel Sox u'Rges. former after important games. "I found that intercollegiate bas- etba'll nnd football nt the Univer- ity of Kentucky have been highly y.stemati?,ed and commercialized nterprises; covert subsidization of •layers, ruthless exploitation of thletes, cribbing Rl exams, 'illegal' recruiting, a reckless dfsre- ard for (heir physical welfare. untriculation of unqualified stu- ents, demoralisation of the ath- otes by (lie coach, alumni and ownspeople and the most flagrant buse of ihe 'athletic scholarship' . . " the judge said. He added: School Blamed "The present athletic scandal at Centueky anrt the plight of these defendants can be traced directly the inordinate desire by tru rustees and alumni of Kentucky University for prestige nnd profit rom sports." Benrri. Groz.1 and Barnstable had pleaded guilty to fixing the point spread in a National Invitation rournamenl game in Madison^ Square Garden against Loyola ($§ Chicago in 19-19. Loyola won the game in a big upset. 61-56. They were charged with conspiracy, a misdemeanor, Each cnutd have been sentenced to a maxl* :i of three years in a New York City penitentiary. But the dis- rict attorney pleaded for leniency because they co-operated with authorities. j Maglie's First Hit Miss Suggs Wins Stockton Tourney STOCKTON. Calif. (/Pi _ Louise suzgs -smashed the women's course record with a 12 to win the one- day Stockton women's open golf tournament, yesterday. Mire Suggs. Carrcllton. Ga., pro, breezed over the 6.351 yard Stockton Golf and Country Club course in 36-36, two strokes under women's par T4. Her victory was worth 5375. Usrlene and Alice Bauer, sisters from Ssrasota. Pla., and Shirley Spovk of Minneapolis tied for scc- ond \vith 74s. PW— 10 omr ha Tiavrleis. lips rk ;jflt'J' nil. . purchased last, week by -the Travelers front Sen Mir- nf [he | Prvnflc Coast Le^cue, :it firM hnrl Fisher's team, c:lothter? mch Jim- FridJey Six for Stx PHinADFn..PHlA r- — Whou 1 Jim Fi ul ley runiiri irci srifelv m ?iX ; <"-ii>i\-utiiT iiip.= to fh-' pLtfe JR-' n:i:ht i! v. it.--. Hin lirr-t, time thr iri'-k was turned in the major le.i- •:n'"', ,-ir.rn Mny M. Ift'iO vvhon J^hn- Tt nv: -- hfMiini: nn ihe sub.iect prnmully j "wnnltm't fell imttficri PTC Dial tlioy \vrrp riir-|1""fc »"* -ITV t,i;| !m : ni :ibnndnnin« ivi^iilnr nJtt-r-'nf." Riniitl .Sini'f thr liiTiisp renowintj hrjir- r.zs \\-ri-c a n n o u n c c ri. thr I riTorouchbrrd Rnrint; Assoc 1:111 on ^sided hy Alfred O. VanriorhiU. j iii^i opposition to dissemination of i r.ce inforniniion to aid bo'-vk- '- I ( oimni Ion Unn'l Cnmnirnl j Hm\ rvrr, "li-> .i:-/-oci;it ion s; fj ituulnil\ it 1 P hKindrasl* .1 ti i c i 1 - •- >[ fr itine r^re. 1 ^, \vonlrl i n -)1\ r n i > i \ of reiv^nrship vio- 't in:: tf^niunn.Tl JMTSS frr^dnm. j n en n 11 i m h:»s declined cnmin-MH nn ilin rosohiium j Bur M h:i:> nMrit> n?-o(!y c)onr. in | '"* < ei.-il pirco-mral o:\se?; in 1 \ i i h i n_ "n t-idi-.ists hnvp brn\ I <lr:iU wnh. Hi-it it dors not rr | i n n., t 1 U' illcii*! in thrin- * t f t i h n i riop;- not ir i i i n'ri-frvo \v:'h the ocons' ;m )>ir i i ^ UIIL. or televising of \\ hn • FCC ' cu^.-M inned i> air. p;UU n m of i n n ;[v and pi niupt- ' n - f 11 ir.~i:H- on the mi mi in pri \ nt elfthor;ilp rieinii °" .'-M.thii no! pnrr>. Hack cnndition- ;mcl ^mulrtr data. r r , v.' OLD "PO—1 J 1 < ) . f> Found m Italy P * 1 i * HE, v t ' let V sonuf C »-i st r n P Dinin T-i^ I I t N t li t like I 1 MHc I M H mo i RI : SSI. 'it.iiv i.-T'--Three [re^cxn',-- alm^.M l.nco \fMr<; olci, were uncov- rifd n^ a h.< i n nrnr hrre by General J i tin I ) 71 ibonK 11 ( r « i uri P part of ^n :>n- [ ' i h L h \\huh wn? tuin«*ri into M hni-n \i nrn H utM* church \vn.-; )>ll!!i 111 I? i; .-1 T'hf 1 i::s i^ tro^nirs rr jirc.-^n: Ihrre MiiLfjrnt iiinri .^nint-s nnd ;\i r u^ rxrrllPUT i niulilion. i\cari Co'.;i ;cr Ncv.5 Arts Rut Trmylrr Businr.'s Rav U'nirirr 5 a let IP? I nmht tli;ii Krrvutl hn.s assured hint Hut r ;inri \von3r) "be YOUft fGCKETBOOK A BREflX! «a«& FOR flf,'Y MftJQS SERVICE JOB Como in today. Prompt, expert service. "Ronevv 11 your car . . . o;i\i pay as you clfivo! KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY ALL FULL 4 YEARS OLD (ttfl Sfi;M KmiKCOVfflW, Ifli'ijKllt. RT iiillips Motor Go. 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