The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
Page 10
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PACK TRK ET,YTTTF:Tru.E (ARK.) COURIER , MAY 1, 1352 jl Stanky Takes Wraps Off Stanky, Cards Shine The Brat' Leads Red Birds r~ , ., ~ r ~I "/ . , , A " ~~~ To 14-2 Win Over Dodgers reef Like a Rookie, Marty Says After Two Weeks with Brownies Hi JACK HANI) AF Sports Writer CnKry Eddie Kuuiky picked the right S|x>t lo throw hi5 lilcs" into his Si. Louis Cardinal sliming lineup. KUN" FOR THK KOSllS—Calumel Minn's Hill Gail, inset left, Is + the one to beat in tile 78th running of the Kentucky Derby as historic and spired Churchill Downs Saturday. The White Oak stable's Mine Mnn is the colt must likely lo succeed in rioiji^ it. (NKA) Derby Horses Register; Swoop Surprise Entry lly OIll.O KOKKIITSO.V LOUISV11.U*:, Ky. (Al')—The Kentucky Derby entered its stall-walking period today as owners and trainers of l.l> 3-year-olel horses stalled enlerhiff their charges in tlie 5100,000 added turf classic. *$ft* Brooklyn The famous mile and onc-tjuiuter run (or the roses over Churchill Downs' racing sirip is not scheduled lo start until 4:30 p.m. Eastern Standimt Time. .Snlurdny. Hut Racing Secretary Lincoln Plant begnn receiving entries lU 7 today. The trainers had some tlircn hours lo enter their horses loday anrt a like period tomorrow before ' the dra\v is innde for post, positions. The policy of accepting entries 24 hours In advance was started lasl year. The names of 16 tire ex pected U> be reniiteci tor tlie posl position draw around 10 a.m. tomorrow. The probable field wn.s swelled by one yesterday when Swoop from E. Burke's High Tide Stable left New York for Churchill Downs. The unexpected appearance of Swoop today had no affect on Ihe odds. The son of Sky Raider Is •xpccted lo be one of tlie lour horses coupled in Hie "Held" uet- Now York Cincinnati .SI. Loins NATIONAL I.KAGUK W I. PL I Gil 8 2 .300 . , . 9 4 .092 \' £ 7 H .636 )'.:. .IMS l"i .4(32 3i,2 .304 -l'/ 2 5 9 .357 5 Beaten Tue.sciay nijiht by JMeach- cr Roe for Ihe eighth straight time and wandering two (jaines under .500, Manager Stanky finally [lulled the sheets off second baseman Stanky. The result WHS a smashing 14-2 victory <jvcr Brooklyn last Ever .slncfi Slanky • signed to manage the Cards, tans asked two Important questions: "Will Stanky play?" ami "What vnll lie do with Red Schoendiensl?" Bliinky left- thorn all , guessing when he opened the season on the bench and Schoendicnsi remained on second. You knew it cuuldn'l last. Stanley's ability to get on base, his Inspirational leadership demanded a more active role. Finally he made his move So hoe mii civs I went lo third and the "brat" look over at second las 1 night against Brooklyn. You have an idea Manager Eddie will he ii there most of the lime from now on. The impact of Stanky's prescnci in the lineup could be seen in ih very first inning. "Slanky walked,' Ihe play-by-play read. Before th first inning was over it also rcac hitter at ,4!0, snapped the Phila- elphia A's out of a seven-game iK Mtcak with a threu-run Pittsburgh 3 12 .200 7ii AMKKICAN I.KAHUE tiriK at odds ol 50 lo 1 or longer. Hill Gnil. whose i-ccord-siimshliiK mill- in tile Cerby Trial changed Ihe Dcrljy outlook considernbly, re- maincd the slrontr choice. Hut there were many who liiiurcil A. W. Abbott's .slovv-slartinu hut last-closiiiK Dluo Mnn would wear down the Calnrnet flyor in the Ion;; stretch drive. With Eddie Arcaro confident he'H ride his fifih Derby winner, Hill Boston St. Louis Cleveland Chicago New York Washini'lon Philadelphia Detroit W 10 8 Pel GB .833 . .0151 2 .013 2 ,500 4 .455 4'i .400 5 .200 1 By JOE KEICULER N-KW VOUK (AP)—"I haven't been this happy in three-four years. I feel frea* than ever before. It's just like a great weight has been lifted off my min<$ J feel fine me!ir omer ihat beat Cleveland's Early; tally and physically." Vyiiii, 3-1, I M.uiy Marion, lean as always,* • — "• The'Chicago While Sox swept a ' .sighed^ contentedly^ wi-nighl double-header from Washigton, 7-3 and 4-3. winning the econd on Eddie Robinson's 11th- nning homer off Bobo Newsom. Four-hit pitching ny Billy Pierce nd I Tarry Dorish checked the jen n tors in (he opener. The most impressive day lime )erformance in the National was Jans en's three-hitter again* t Cincinnati for the New York ijant.s' 4-1 victory. Dob Addis' double in the 12th was Ihe final blow of the Chicago Cubs' 20-hil blasting of seven Philadelphia pitchers for a 9-B ecl^o. The win put the cubs in second place. Pittsburgh finally broke Us 10- I realise more than ever now that- 1 made a wise decision when I passed up the other offers for| the one made b; tlie St. L.OUU Browns," continued the fennel manager of the SI. Louis Cardinals. "We have a young hus- team. I'm game losing streak with decision over Boston. an 11-5 SOITTEIIIKN ASSOCIATION Won Lost Pel. New Orleans Gall is expected lo open nt around Chattanooga n to 5. Blue Man Is the second choice at 3 to 1. Most ol the t miners wore not seriously concerned over the weather nncl truck - conditions. A few. however, saw more of n threat to HiH Gall's .supremacy should the track be'lnmttly or even sloppy. Hill Onll hns never raced over on off track but he had turned in some fine workouts in slop nnd mud, the most recent, of which was shortly after bis arrival at the Downs 10 days ngo. Williams May Make Second Departure from Sox Today R> RILL KINO BOSTON (#i — Now that Ted Williams' admirers have had their way—by subjecting him to Boston's outstanding baseball ovation—thai slrong-witlod slugger inny confound them by having the final .say. There Is a possibility that Will- Jains nc tu ft lly will innke his second departure from the Boston Red Sox to the U.S. Marines today in the manner he so keen- Bniirlrenu anrt his teanimales. "Since I have to be buck here (Fetiway) tomorrow. I may bi piny ing n Mother game wtlh you,' Williams said. "We'd love to Vmvn you (or om more," Boudrenu replied. "I'll sec bow I feel in the morn tii£," Williams snld. "The on!; tiling I'm sure of now is thai have to report for active .servic at WilJow Grove, E*a., by niidnigh Ihtnta iltle Rock fashville lemphis H H 1! 10 8 8 mi .007 .570 .520 -4TI .400 "Sltuiky doubled down the left fiel line, WesLlakc and Bilko scoring. The Cards scored six runs in thn first inning, knocking out Chris Va Cuyk with thn violence of the attack. Stanky wanted twice more before the night was over while Gerry Stalcy, hi.s nee. been me the first four- lime winner In the major leagues this season. Schocndlcnst took to his new position like a cluck lo water, lie handled four chances faultlessly and s ma si icd a bases-loaded home •un off Bud Podbielnn in the fifth Clothiers Get 72-J 7 Victory In BWL Action Mead's Clothiers pushed across two runs In Ih* seventh inning to edKC by Conch Jimmy Fisher's team 12-11 in a Bay Window League game at Little Park yesterday afternoon. The Clothiers tied the score Ir the fifth inning on a Uvo run homer. Then in the seventh they pushe< across Uvo runs on a walk and two VKSTKRDAY'S ltK.SUI.TS National League y York 4 Cincinnati 1 Chicago 9 Philadelphia 8 U2 in ings) Pittsburgh 11 Boston S St. Louis 14 Brooklyn 2 Wally Wcstlakc returned to ccn- cr fiettl and Knos Slaughter and Billy Johnson were benched in the icw Card lineup. Ted Williams entrenched the rookie-laden Boston Red Sox in first place In the American League with a two-run homer, his first of the year, to beat Detroit, 5-3. The homer off reliefer Difczy Trout in the seventh inning gave ly desired, by playing against the i Friday." St.Louis browns. j Thereupon Williams hastened I A roaring crowd of 24.164 well-i n dinner party, duriiiK which h fashcrs was convinced it heard i closest friends pleaded: "Quit no\ Williams' baseball swan song yes- on your winning homer." Th terday \vheu he slapped a game- sludger, however, made no proin- xvinning otic-on homer against the Uses. Detroit Tigers' Dizzy Trout on hi.s| . last turn at bat in the seventh I -_ . _ inning ! , Y C IDtO ICQ RIS During tlie pre-savne lestivitie.i, | jovial Williams inspired a Uiun-1 y^|p AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 9-1 New Yorlt 4-4 Boston 5 Detroit 3 .'hilaclelphia 3 Cleveland 1 Chicago 7-4 Washington 3-3, (sec? ond game 11 innings) Southern Association AUantii 4, Clmltanooga 1 Birmingham 9. Nashville 5 Mobile J'i-'IJUle Rock 0 New Orleins 11. Memphis 0 TODAY'S OAMKS National League Bc.sion at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Chicago New York al Pittsbmf,h Philadelphia at St. Louis (nlghti American I.eague ChkaBO »l Philadelphia (night) Cleveland at Washington (night) Detroit at New York (night) St. Louis at Boston rookie Ivan Dclock his second big league win. Delock replaced Mel Parnell in the seventh. Despite a homer, double and single by Mickey Mantle, the Yanks lost the opener of a double-* header lo the St-Louis Brownies, 9-4. Hob Cain received some fine relief help from old Satch Paige to whip the world champs. The "new" Browns jumped on Vic Rnscht for four runs in the first inning. Marty Marion played brilliant, ball at shortstop and rapped a single two double. 1 !. AlHc Reynolds earned the Yanks a split with n four -hitter in the sec ond game, 4-1. Elmer Valo, the league-lending errors. Fisher's team scored one run it its half of the seventh hut th' rally fell short. Herb Childs worked on th mound for Mead's and Felker hurl cd for Fisher's team. The standing:s Team W I. Sullivan-Nelson 1 0 American United 1 0 Mead's 1 (I Moose 0 1 Gl Implement 0 1 Fisher 0 1 1,00 1.001.00 .00 .00 I shortstop." can League following good, Uing happy to he part of it. I'm playing as well a.s I ever ave. 1 think I an help the du. playing 125 games by Pete" Nicolis the'front-runners Bears Protect Lead By Blanking Pebs 8-0 By The Associated Press Someone is going to have to win a series from the Mobile Bears or the Brooklyn farmhands are out in front to stay. % No Sou {.hern Association team* has been able to accomplish that teal so far this season. Neither have the Bears dropped two in a rcm r . And as long us they get pitching of (he type dished oui last night have little to be worried about. Thus the former "Mr. Shortstop" Nicolis tossed a neat 2-hiUer as f the National League summed Mobile breezed to an ensy 8-0 shut- liis first two weeks in the Amer- out over Little Rock. In other games New Orleans blanked Mem- cars us a player and one as a Phis 11-0, Atlanta stopped Clmtt- on-playing manager with the Red- anooga 4-1, and Birmingham scut- .irds. "I feel like a rookie in this league nd I'm just as pager and anxious 0 make good. Playing with the Browns short of gives me a new case on life. It's a new environment, 11 said Marion. "I have an extra incentive to tiukc good. First, I want to play L few years for Bill Vceck (Browns* owner), who has been so good to inc. Second, I want Lo show certain people that I still can play in the big leagues. Even before 1 wns fired ns Cardinal manager. I was given my release as a player. When l asked why, I was told that 1 was through, washed up. That hurt me deeply because I knew that at 34, I still had several years left. Last season Marion could not play at all. Two pieces of cartilage had to be cut from his knee. Today, he is the regular shortstop of the rejuvenated Browns and is being credited ns the player most re tied Nashville 9-5. Fanneii Eight Nicolis struck out eight travelers in racking up his third triumph against no defeats. Bill Antonello got a single, double and sixth homer of the year to account for five runs for the winners. The Bruin hurler walked 10 mei but was superb in the clutch. Four double plays helped to preserve his shutout. Norman Morton kept New Or leans in second place just a gam behind Mobile as he limited Mem phis to one hit — that a single i the ninth. Buck Fleshman set Atlanta dow with no hits for five innings bu the Crackers got to him in th sixth. .000 i sponsible for the team's early season success. Never a robui batter, the rather frail-looking foot-4 St.Louisian is the team's N 1 hitter with a .340 average an has accepted every ball hit his wa without a single error. NCAA Plans nvestigation Of Kentucky CHICAGO OR—The National Col- egiate Athletic Association has in- ormed the University of Kentucky nat it,-will make an Inquiry into he school's athletic policy and iractices. Hugh G. Wlllett, NCAA presidfffr. [lacie the announcement yesterday. In a statement he said : "The press reports of the indictment by Judge Streit of certain athletic practices alleged to have existed at the University of Ken- ,ucky are of sufficient detail and mportance to prompt me --to re- lii&st the membership committee of ,he NCAA to initiate inquiry as to the present status of athletic policy and athletic practices at that Institution. John Saul S. Streit, In handing out suspended sentences In New York Tuesday to three former Kentucky basketball stars for shaving points in a game, sharply criti- cised the university. He accused the school of making football and basketball "commercialized enlerprizes" and -said there had been ' 'cr ibbing a t examination s" and "illegal recruiting." The jurist said grand Jury testimony re veale d that players received bonuses and gifts. ^ m JarmanT^ore the only shoes approved for fashion by th« Men's Fashion Guild of America i Southern Association Night Games Memphis tit New Orleans mrmiiiKhnm «l Nashville Ailauln at Chattanooga <Only games scheduled) Yarbio's liflh and sixth crade j Central 7-5 In a make-up -.-. softballers uon three panics in the I Stalling* worked both games of rierous ovation with his responses to- Ihe crowd's cheor.s. Bui the stands shook when Williams came through with his clutch; y. Grade School League yesterday, i the twin bill. He pitched seven-hit hit. the 324th homer of Ins Red! u-jn, sudliury and Central as the ball in each game. Sox career. i victims. j The Yarbro sixth graders had a Back in the comparative quiet The [ifth graders swept a double- ' field day in swamping Central 40-3. of the clubhouse after the game, j header. 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