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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NKWS The Man Is Having Great Year- Looms as Top Hitter in Game lly JOE ICetCIILKK Associated Press Sports Wrllrr If Stan Musial isn't the greatest hitler in baseball today, (lien his figures are mighty deceptive. At that, some of his slug-King feats this season have been aiinost unbelievable One look at Musial's sky-scraping*— .467 batting mark and it Is easy to understand why the St. Louis Cardinals are In second place only a halt length behind the pace-setting Philadelphia Phils. The mighty Cardinal ace smacked a single, double and triple yes- j terday to lead St. Louis to an 8-7 J_:..__l. _..__ L\. - *-.r.._l i. r, _ . ,.„,. . . . j., .,,.„,.., ....... 'new look," have triumph over the Cincinnati Reds He drove In a run and scored twice Musial now has lilt safely In nl but two of the 19 games he's played One hitless game can be discounted because he appeared nnly as a pinel. hitter. In another hitless effort hr was stopped by Pittsburgh's Cliff Chambers on the second day of the season. Red Mungrr was the winner, although lie nearly blew an early 8-1 lead. The Reds came back steadily leaving the potential tying and winning runs on the bases in the ninth Inning whet) Al Brnzle retired Hed Stallcup for (he last out. Ken Raffensberger dropped his fifth game In six decisions. Burs Stop Cubs Johnny Hopp, veteran Pittsburgh (Irst baseman, enjoyed the br-.st baiting day of his major league career as the Pirates swept both ends of a doubleheacler from the Cubs in Chicago. 6-5 and 16-9. Hopp collected six hits III six times at bat In the second game. He smashed two home rim-s, drove in three runs and scored three times. In all, the Pirates registered 21 hits off six pitchers to win the second game in a breeze, but It took n pinch single by rookie George Strickland with the bases loaded in the ninth to pull the first game out of the fire. Strickland drove In the tying and winning runs to end a three-game Pittsburgh losing streak. The six-game winning, streak of the Phillies went by the boards when the New York Giants won n -1-3 thriller in the opener of a doubleheader in Philadelphia. Successive triples by Willie Jones and nick Sisler had tho tying run on third with only one out. In the ninth. Larry Jansen. however, bore down to retire the next two batters without a score. . Phillies Lead In Second The Phils came from behind a 6-1 deficit to forge ahead. 9-7, at tho end of eight Innings of the night- cup. The game was hailed at this point by the Pennsylvania curfew law. Under new National League rules, it will be resumed from that point on when the two teams meet a«»tn In Philadelphia. Until then, the game will not figure in the •landing;. Walker Cooper continued his heavy hitting since Joining Boston, but he could not prevent the Brooklyn Dodgers from gaining a 6-4 triumph over the Braves. Cooper, who drove in five runs against the Dodgers Saturday with a homer and double, collected another four-bagger as well as a pair of singles in four times at bat. Warren Spahn. Bos- Ion's ace lefthander, however, was not up to par. He was slugged for seven hits and five funs before retiring after four innings. Lefty Hal Newhonser. long the kingpin of Detroit's pitching staff ran Into heavy going In his first start as the St. Louis Browns tamed the Tigers, 7-3. The 28-year-old veteran, sidelined for a month because of a sore left shoulder, lasted only three innings. He allowed four hits, five runs, walked four and fanned two. The New York Yankees remained a half-game behind the American League leading Tigers when the visiting Philadelphia Athletics overcame a 7-1 deficit to edge them out 9-8. Seven hits, a pair of walks and an error by Tommy Hcnrich gave the A's the seven runs in the fifth. Pete Suder had two singles in the' :i Inning, Dropo Again Big Walter Dropo smacked two home runs as Boslon divided a double-header with the Washington Senators. The rookie first baseman homered in each game. His fiflh four-bagger with one on in the first Inning was more than enough for Mel Parnell, who gained his "fourth victory with an 8-1 decision. Dropo's sixth round tripper, with two on. was hardly enough as the Nats went, on a 19-hit rampage to win. 10-5. Sam Mele. ex-Red" Sox outfielder, got four hits in the nightcap and Eddie Yost homered in each game for the Nats Chicago and Cleveland divided a doubleheatior. The White Son. with MIcscy Haefner pitching a six-hitter, won the opener. 3-2. Mike Garcia held the Sox to four hits to give the Indians a 3-1 triumph in the nightcap. ' Crax Move to Top of Loop; Rocks Win Streak Stopped By IIUOEI SCMUTTB Associated Tress Sporls Writer The Atlanta Crackers, not fooled by Mobile's moved lo the top of the Southern Association. + The Crackers knew the shorts- clad Bears for their "cousins" Sunday and rang up their fourth victory in five outings. The tight, 3-2. game was enlivened when leadoff man Forrest ,'acobs stepped lo the plate and then backed off to pull out a compact and powder his nose Hogs Finish In Fourth Slot In SWC Meet AUSTIN, Tex., May 15 (/F) -The University of Texas has displaced Texas A. and M. ns Southwest Conference track and Held champion. The Lonehorns scored GO points to finish rush here Saturday in the annual track meet, Arkansas was fourlli with 20 points. In between was Texas A. and M the lillist for the last three years, with 43 points, and Uice with 32! Arkansas won nnly one first place —the two-mile run which Jim Brawn took in 9:34.0. The conference record Is 9:30.1. Jim West, also of Arkansas, was second. Other Arkansas point winners- Mile run: 3—Oliver Gatchcll; 4— Tom Ilardin. 440-yard dash: 2—Norman Price High Jump: 2—Elmo Adams 6 feet. 5 1-2 Indies. 220-yard dash: 4—Bernard Jndcl Mile relay: 4—Arkansas. Broad jump: 4-George son, 23 feet 7 inches. »TANP|MIJS SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION "' L Pet. Atlanta ... 13 Mobile '.'.'. IB Birmingham New Orleans Memphis . . Nashville . . Chattanooga Little Rock . and knees. Memphis halted Little Rock's mie-ganu! win streak with a pair of decisive victories. 10-0. 9-4. Chattanooga and Nashville split a twin- bill by 3-1 scores. The Lookouts won the opener and Nashville's Vols ihe darkness-halted, five-Inning afterpiece. New Orleans edged Birmingham, 5-4. in (he first game of a doubleheader and the second game was called because of rain In the third inning with the score lied, 1-1. Al Hctiencheek hurled live-hit ball for the Crackers arid helped win his own game when he singled in Al Aucoin who had led off the second inning with a double. Aucoin parked one over the left field sign in the sixth and scored what proved to be the winning tally. Honns Itoy Win The Chicks, who started Little Rock off their Southern Association record-breaking losing slrcak of 21 games April 19. put them two Thoma- games on the way to another as a pair of bonus hurlers, Otis Keria- Bifcos. and Prank Hamlin, came through. Keriazakos tossed a three-hitter and blanked the Travs in the opener while the Chicks were pounding ont n safeties, includin-* homers by olllc Kelly and Rocky Krsnlch. In the nightcap. Hamlin gave up 10 tills including Glenn McQuillen's circuit blow, but Memphis bounced 13-safeties off two PEB throwers Bonus beauty Paul Pettit, the 10 11 12 11 12 15 1H 26 UV...I...J 4 «iuj rcitii, uie .600 S1CO.OOO kid, Is expected to take the .593 mound against Birmingham tonight .586 as the Pels gun for their fourth •"•' win In six starts with the Barons NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia SI. Louis Brooklyn W 14 13 .. 12 Chicago 10 Boston 12 'ittsburgh 12 New York g Cincinnati G AMCIUCAN LEAGUE Detroit •Jew York . 3oston . Washington , "Ileveland . . 'hiladelphla t. Louis . .. Ihicago . 11 10 10 10 8 14 5 13 5 .14 .444 .438 .071 I'd. .600 .SOI .571 .526 .522 .500 .353 .286 Tct. .684 .036 .630 .545 .524 .384 .278 .283 —• i> »vn wilt OH I I Dixie Upright put New Orleans on Ihe plus side Sunday when he singled home the winning run In the ninth Inning. The start of the Nashville-Chattanooga twinbill was delayed over an hour by rain. The Vols outhlt the Lookouts, 9-7. but left 14 men stranded. Bob Ross started and was relieved by Bobo Newsom In the eighth when Nashville scored its only run. The vols jumped on Earl Davis In the nightcap lor three runs on '"JSS.^h'ts before a man was put out. \ Yesterday's Results Southern Association Memphis 16-9. Little Hock 0-4 Chattanooga 3-1. Nashville 1-3 Atlanta 3, Mobile 2 New Orleans 5, Birmingham 4 (Second game rained out.) National League Brooklyn 6. Boston 4 Hi. Louis 8. Cincinnati 7 Pittsburgh 6-16. Chicago 5-9 New York 4. Philadelphia 3 Csec- aml game called end of eighth, cnr- fcw. with Phils leading 9-T) American League Philadelphia 9. New York 8 St. Louis 7. Detroit 3 Boston 8-5. Washington 1-10 Chicago 3-1. Cleveland 2-3 Today's Games Southern Association Mompnis at Little Reck Atlanta at Mobile Nashville at Chaitanooija Birmingham at New Orleans National League Boston at Brooklyn, night Only game scheduled American Lr.isilc No games scheduled Armorel Takes 4-1 Victory Armorel's Tigers wrapped up their fourth consecutive win yesterday they defeated Tyronza's Wildcats 4-1 at Armorel park while an estimated 350 persons looked on Fritz West handcuffed Tyronza and gave up only six scattered hits Joe Young. Tiger outfielder, led Armorel at the plate. West : truck out ten in going the route. Tyronza'.s only run was unearned and came In Ihe sixth inning on a hit batter, walk and passed ball Armorel will get Its sternest test of ihe year Wednesday when the Tigers will go to Joncsboro to meet that city's entry in the Northcasl Arkansas-Southeast, Missouri semipro loop. MONDAY, MAY 15, 1950 Sports Roundup • iM* rBlltrton If. NEW YOEK. May 15. W|—I'llluro book stuff: Kcnluckian.s say Dial Sonny Allen, "drafted" by the Indianapolis Olympians, m:iy turn out lo lie the best, set shot In (he National Basketball Association. He might have been one of Kentucky's "Fabulous Five" which went on to Indianapolis In the pro ranks, lint he preferred to 30 to school at Morchead, Ky., State in his own home town . . . John Kobs. Michigan Stale baseball coach, may have developed another major league prospect in outfielder Jack Kinney. who liasn't drawn a look from the scouts yet . . . Kinney hit .3-U last season and is doing even better this year, lie also lias a good arm . . . And Georgia's Hilly Henderson, hitting .411 at last report, also set a Georgia base stealing record with 28 In 25 games. Charley Trippi stole 27 In 28 games . . The MB league scouts already have (heir cye.s on Walter Gray. 17-year- old infielder at Dlocton, Ala., high .school, tie was hitting .500. as of last week, and had a .31* average In amateur ball last summer. He's due to .sign .somewhere as soon as .school is out. rlcased To [\lr:it YOU When the u. of North Carolina track squad was dlnlii" before a recent meet. Roy Solaskl. sophomore middle distance runner from SLiten Island, asked the waiter to take his pint, back and remove a luscious-looking slab of roast, beef . . . The waller nearly fainted; so did assistant coach Dale Ranson until Roy explained he was a vegetarian and hadn't eaten meat In 15 years . . . The explanation seemed satisfactory until someone brought out the fact that Solaski Is earning part of his college expenses working in a Chapel Hill market- as a incut utter. Momhiy Matiticc Recent financial statements released by the jockeys' guild shows that $23,021.41 was paid out in 1DUI for medical and other aid to jockeys. One badly Inj .red rider received nearly $8.000 worth of help . . . Paul Mitchel, 240-pound veteran tackle with the football Yankees, lists his hobbies are "gardening an dsea diving." Maybe they should make him a line-plunger Hank Wolfe, who estimates 12.500 girls and men played Softball in Virginia last year. Is looking for even more competitors this season. He already has eleven district and four state tournaments listed for August . . . Bob Chambers, a member of the 19-18 U. S. Olympic team now 1s rated only the third-nest half miler on the Southern California track team. The Trojans have eight Back to Minors for Johnny Mize NF.W VnrjW Vfau IK /An* T^,_. * NEW YOflK, May 15. (AP)-Blg*. Johnny Mize, for 14 years one of the most, feared hitters in the major leagues, was sent to Kansas Oily by the New York Yankees today. Two other player.s were consigii- ed to Hit- American Association fram along yilli Mlze, who wax bought, by Ihe world champions last August from the New York Giants. They were Pitcher Duane Pilletle and Infielder Al (Billy) Martin, both of whom were optioned on a 24-hour recall ha-iis. Mizo will leave Immediately. Pil- lettc and Martin will accompany the Yankees to Chicago and will the WedrLseday not move until deadline. Midnight, May 17 Is the deadline for major league clubs to reduce rosters to a maximum of 25. The Yankees also announced that Pitcher Clarence Marshall and Outfielder Johnny IJmtell would be among the missing by deadline time. Marshall, a-ho accompanied the learn to S. Louis, ha.s been informed that a deal is pending with another club Involving him. LInrtell has been left behind, pending a transaction that will transfer his services ot some other club. The Yankees admitted negotiations were under way for a trade with a rival club, hut declined to say what club or what other plav- crs. besides Marshall and Linden, were involved. .Mf/p Okays Real Arthur iRetl> Patterson.. Yarkee secretary, said that Mize had been sent to Kansas City after he had expressed a ',villin<mess to play in the American Association. That was the only way the club could have sent the veteran first baseman to the minors. A 10-year-man can demand and receive hi.s release before accepting a transfer to a league of lower classification. Ml7.e. who was 37 la-st Jan. 7. was a bit; leaguer for 14 years, three of which were spent in the Navy. Bothered by a lame right shoulder following an injury last September. M'z- feels that steady work will enable him to get back into guys who can run the half under 1.50. Knil Of The Line Aldo cerbo of Hackensack, N. j.. high schoul pitched a seven-inning no-hit, no-run game against. Tech- neck High the other day. fanning nine and allowing only two runners to reach first ... All he got at hnme was a "humph" from brother Freddy, who also pitched a no-bitter for Hackcnsack against Techncck in 1943 and whiffed 16 guys . . . Jim Johnson, star sprinter from the U. of Maryland. Is the son of Ching. the immortal . . . He never got speed from his old man. Ranger hockey that Turf Experts Eyeing Nags For Stretch Run at Pimlico By C.KOKCK HOWIit>' BALTIMORE. May 15. (/!>>—Listen to hone tartn* experts try to pick a winner and you'll hear everything up lo astrology mentioned. Number Nine Tops Etowah by 12-1 Effective pitching and a 15-hil assault gave Number Nine a 12-1 victory over Etlo',vah at the victor's diamond yesterday. Whittle pitched six innings for Number Nine and gave up only four hits while holding Ettowah scoreless. Williams finished up on the mound and gave up one hit and one run. P. Weathers was touched for seven runs in the first four Innings he pitched for Ettowah and was relieved by c. Atkinson in the fifth. II. Seniors had two for four at the plate for, Etlowuh. Billy Long, with four for six, and Lcdbclle'r and C. Fisher with three for five [laced Number Nine's batters. The Fish Got Away! CHICAGO —(/Pj— Somebody stole Di'lcctii'e Raymond J. Walsh's car. ami with it the bundle of herring, sardines, tuna and shrimp that lay in the back scat. The officer recovered his automobile two days Inter. The fish got- away. .shape and restore his former usefulness. Thus far he ha.s been able to gel inlo 12 games, mostly as a Pocahontas to be Site Of Semi-Pro Tourney WICHITA. Kan., May 15. l,r, — The National Baseball Congress an- noui.ced today that It had sanctioned n district tournament at Po- canonta>. Ark., starting July 1. Jerry Burrow of Porxhontas wa.-. .tamed district commissioner to supervise the event. Winners of this event as wall as all of the sanctioned district tour- narr.cnts throughout the state will be assured certification in the 14th annual Arkansas state tournament at Camden, starting July 30. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA STLING n. , c I ' OWKS ' 1 ADMISSION I'KICK ANYWHERE! Reserved Seals on Sale al ll,e Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, May 15 ADULTS M)c — CHILDREN I5c New Starling Time 8:1 S HOX SEATS If* EXTRA ' . . iTai ______TAG MATCH WALTER SIR01S and AL GETZ versus BENNIE HERNANDEZ and LESTER WELCH - ... Also 2 1-Foll 30-Minute Matches S 1 R O 1 S vs. WELCH HERNANDEZ Yl. GETZ pinch hitter, and has made only t-.vo hit.s In 10 limes at bat. As a member of the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Gianl-s, the 6-2. 215-pound Georgian, at one time or another, led the league in every phase ol slugging. Mize led the National League in batting In 193!). he drove in tho most runs in 1940, '42 and '47. He won the home run crown in 1938 and '10, and lied Ralph atiner for Ihe honor in 1947 and '48. He hit three homers in one game five iime.s, a record. He reached his homer peak in 1947 with 51. He also led the league in doubles, triples, runs scored, total bases and slugging percentage. His 11- year homer total is .316 and his lifetime batting mark Is .319. Mize was sold by the Giants to the Yankees last Aug. 29 for n reported 540,000. With the Yankees he collected only six hits in 23 times al bat for a .261 figure, but won a World Series game against Brooklyn with a pinch hit .single that drove in the winning runs. + Maybe even thai. Usually the word recurring , Is "distance." This Is true particularly in figuring three-year-olds Just (ii'tVuu around to running a mile and more. The front runners I •. the Kentucky Derby showed they could weather a mile and a quarter—one- sixteenth longer than (.he Preakness. Hut where did they show their distance stuff? In the stretch? There poses a new problem. The old Pimlico course, where the No. 2 lilt in Ihe triple crown '.vill he run Saturday, has a shorter stretch than either Churchill Downs or Belmont. Derby runners had 1,234'i feet to make a heeling for home after the last- turn. The Pimlico stretch is only 950 feet from the lasl turn to the finish. Can Mean \ Lot This can mean a lol to such a come-from-behind runner as C. T. Chenery's Hill Prince, which could do no better than second in the derby, whet] *he distance was reduced to a mile on the longer Bel- monb stretch 1,147 fcct^in the Withers last Saturday. Hill Prince turned the tables on King Ranch's Midtilcgruimd. the Derby winner. So whjn.ihese two hook up. again in the Preakness, probably as the favorites, ihe place to be looking closest at them will be coming around the last turn. Any other colt too far behind them i.s going to miss terribly those extra yards in the final run. Calumet's Ponder couldn't over- coine the lack of .straightaway in last year's Preakness after coming from behind to win the Derby. Slymie, another noted latecomer, always (omul the short Pimlico stretch tough. As o( today, five other colts are considered good prospects to compete with Middleground and Hill Prince in the Preakness. They do not include Your Host, for which tile longer distances seem just a little too much. His owners scralched him from the list, yesterday. The prospects are MIS. Andrew Schutlingcr's Fcrd, third in Ihe Withers; C. V. Whitney's Mr. Trouble, third in Ihe Derby; Mrs. James Carson's Kinsman. Middleground's stablemate, on the mark; Sylvesler W Labrol's Arcave. and William H. Labrot's Balkan, who earned his potential post by winning a six- furlong race at. Pimlico Saturday. See the 1S5Q "Presidential" Line of lant Picture Television Every Model with Built-in "Picturemagnet" Aerial and Sensational New "Super-Range" Chassis 1950 Zenith* "Adams" Television Console with new "Super-Range" chassis, buili-in "Pkturcmagnet" aeriaJand Glare-Ban "Black" Btaxid* lube, 105 sq. m. Screen. Cabfncl of graceful,confempora;y design in genuine Mahogany or VVahut veneer*. 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Ccveland, .396. nuns—DIMaggto and Pesky, Bo§ton, 24. ins batted In—Stephens,- Boi. ton, 29; Williams, Boston, 26. Hits—DIMaggio, Boston, 3«; Stephens, Boston, 34. Doubles—Zarllla and Stephens, Boston and Kryhoski, Detroit, 8. Triples—Mapes and Henrlch, New York, Dllllnger, Philadelphia and Doerr, Boston, 4. , t ._^ Home runs—Williams, Boslon 'Jjf Rosen, Cleveland, 8. ~• Stolen bases—Adams, Chicago ind Dillinger, Philadelphia, 3. Strikeouts—Lemon, Cleveland, Jg- McDennott, Boston, 24. ' ' Pitching—Stobbs. Boslon, 2-0 1.000; Parnell, Boston, and Houtteman, Detroit, 4-1 ,800 NATIONAL I.KAGUE Batting—Musial, SI. Louis, .46T Sisler, Philadelphia, .382. ' Runs—Jones, Philadelphia, 24- Jethroe, Boston. 23. ' Huns batted in—Ennis, Philadelphia. 20; Jones, Philadelphia, 23. Hits—Jcthroe, Boston and Musial St. Louis. 35. Doubles—Musial. St. Louis, U; Robinson, Brooklyn, 9. Triples—Jethroc, and Keir, Boston, 3. Home runs—Gordon, Boston, 8; Kiner. Pittsburgh and Jones, Philadelphia, 7. 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