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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Dimag's Hot Road Splurge Gives Yanks Needed Boost By JOK KK1CHI.KR Associated l'res» Sport* Wriler All's well with the Now York Yankees now that Joe DiMaggio is back on the team. Apparently all both DiMag and the Yankees needed was a chnngc of scenery. A sweep of the doublclieader in Cleveland yesterday, M-5 and 12-4, established the world champions more securely than ever in first place. With a record of 20-8, they're better off than they were a year ago today when they had a 19-10 mark. Washington's 0-2 triumph over* ______ Detroit and Chicago's 4-3 victory over Boston after the Red Sox had won lite opener, 7-0, gave Die Yanks a two and a half game bulge over the second place Tigers and a three- MONDAY, MAY 22, 1950 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W I. Pet. Atlanta .....21 12 .607 Joe Dijlaggio game edge over the Red Sox. When the Bronxltes left Hie iis- ustially friendly confines of the Yankee Stadium a week ago Sun « day they were In ' second place and j DiMaggio was ir < the midst of one ^ of the worst baiting slumps of his career. H e was Uniting .225. Once on the road. began belting like the jolter of ok and Ihe Yankees wasted little time climbing to the lop. They've won six straight with one more to play in Cleveland and two in Detroit. Now Hilling .301 The leading figure in the Yankee surge has been DiMasgio. In Ihe six games Joe collected nine hits in 23 limes at bat for a baiting mark of .331. The Broiklyn Dodgers' lead in the National League was cut to a half game when Philadelphia's Phillies divided a doublehearter with Ihe St. Louis Cardinals while the Cincinnati Reds were losing out the Brooks, 10-9. The Cardinals needed a triple play to win the first game, 6-5, but the Phils came back to win the nightcap, 4-2, on Andy Semi- nick/s two-run homer In the last of the ninth. Boston's Braves moved inlo ft third place lie with the Cards, winning two from the Cubs 3-2- nnd 4-3. Pittsburgh moved past the Cubs inlo fiflh place, sweeping both ends of a double header from the QlanU in New York, 4-2 and 8-6. Browns ami A's Spill Philadelphia and St. Louis split an American league twin bill, the. A's winning the second game, 8-3 after the Browns had won the opener, 11-6. Lefty Bill Pierce snapped a seven- game losing streak for tlie White Sox with a seven-hitler against Boston after Ellis Kinder had shut out Chicago on four hits in the opener. Home runs by Virgil Stallcup, Johnny Wyrostek, Grady Hntton and Danny IJtwhiler enabled Herman Wehmeier to go the distance In the Reds' 10-9 victory over Brooklyn.' . . . Catcher Joe Garagiola was the hero of the Cards' 6-5 triumph over the Phillies In the first game. He hit » single and two doubles and drove in a run. Johnny Sain registered his sixth triumph for the Braves In the 3-2 victory over the Cubs. -He pitched six scoreless innings to •'raise hts string to 24 shutout frames before Chicago scored in the seventh. Ralph Kincr slammed his eighth home run for Pittsburgh in the first game.triumph over the Giants ami followed with a 475-foot triple In the second game win. John W. Buzick Of Monette Dies JONESBORO, Ark., May 22. (fft — John \V. Buzfck Sr., 62, Monctte, father of former Arkansas state Amateur golf champion, J. \v. Buzick Jr., died in a Jancsboro hospital yesterday. A native of'Melvin, III., the farm and gin operator had lived at Mon- ctte for 30 years. He also was an enthusiastic golfer and entered many tournaments. He also is survived by a dail"h- tcr, Mrs. R. H. Morgan. Mdviii III. Funeral services will be held here Tuesday morning. Two More Porkers Sign With Baltimore BALTIMORE, May 22. (API _ Two more University of Arkansas backs, Billy Bass and Geno Mazzanti. have signed to perform for the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League this full. The Colts yesterday announced acquisition or the ISO-pound Haw 21, native of Columbia. Miss a halfback, and the 193-pounri MM- zanti of Lake Village. Ark., a fullback. The club previously had signed Arkansas star Leon iMmcios) Campbell. All Eyes Are on 'Der Bingle As British Amateur Play Starts ST. ANDREWS. Scotland, Maj- + 22. W 1 )— liinj; Crosby bowed nut or Hie British amalcur golf championship In the first round today when Itc was iiealen by J. K Wilson, a Scol, 3 and 2. By CHARLES WHITING ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 22 {/?)—Such champions ns Willie Tur- ncsa, Dick Chapman nnd Sarn Mc- Creariy were mere duffers with the gallery today as the British Amateur golf championship got underway. The magic name of Bing Crosby attracted most of the crowds as a field of 309 hopefuls began the long test. America's favorite crooner, tabbed a 33 to 1 shot, met Jock Wilson. local building first round. contractor, in the Crosby was not optimistic about his ow chances. "I've got a reservation back to London on tonight's train," he confided. Crosby's appearance drew attention usually reserved for royalty. He had normally dour Scottish burgers twirling their kilts in excitement. Misses I'ractice Knimd He had to skip the practice round yesterday on championship St. Andrew's old course, where tile Sabbath is'observed strictly. Instead, he played a single tuneup on a lesser known local course. He then walloped 50 practice shots at a driving range, where lie swapped chit-chat with his opening foe, J. C. Wilson of Britain. "This boy (Wilson), really can pell that ball," said Bing, who was .winging for tile benefit of newsreel cameramen. "I'll be out of there in a hurry." 'Ilie record field, which includes 28 other Americans, teed off this morning (I n in. CST) and finished in the late twilight (about 2:30 p.m. CST.1 Aside from Hollywood's glamor entry, interest centered around Ihe efforts of a trio of Americans attempting to snatcli the crown from defending tillist MeCready of Ireland. The three are Turnesa of Elmsford, N. Y.; chapman, veteran Pinehurst, N. C., amateur, and Prank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio, who won Ihe championship in 1948. Turnesa, 1947 British amateur champ and finalist against McCready last year, was pitied against James Knott of New York In a first round match. Chapman was slated lo face another New Yorker, J. Ellis Knowlcs, in a second round match. Stranahan drew a bye. Jews in Afghanistan Preparing for Israel TEL AVIV, Trasel—f/V) -Pour thousand Jews are expected to come to Irasel before the end of this year from Afghanistan. Compatriots already here nre preparing to arrange for their settlement and alignment to jobs. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., May 22. (£>}— (USDA)— Hogs 15,500; fairly active: weights 220 Ibs down mostly steady with average Friday; top 10 lower; heavier weJght.s strong [o mostly 15 higher; sows 2' higher; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs barrows and gills 20.00-25: top 20.25: 2SO-210 Ibs 1D.50-20.00; heavier weights scarce; HO-170 Ihs n.15- 10.75; 100-130 Ib pigs 14.00-11.25; good and choice sows -SCO Ibs down 17-00-75; 410-500 Ibs Ibs 16.00-17.00; heavier weights 15.00-15; slags 10.50-12.50. Cattle 4000; cnives 1100; opening hade very slow on steers; few good high good medium weight offerings barely slcady at 28.00-30.00; d heifers and mixed yearlings 27.fiO-28.50; moderately active in- cuiiry for fat cows; others slow and draggy with general trade barely- steady at Friday's low close; good cows 21.00-22.00-. common and medium cows 18.50-20.50; canners and cutters 14.50-18.00. Number Nine Gains 8-1 Win Over Tomato The Number Nine Miners hung up their third consecullve Mississippi Comity Semi-Pro Baseball League victory yesterday with an 8-1 win over Tctnato. But the victory may have been a costly one (or the Niners Their ace hurler Grovcr Whittle, was forced to icavc the game in the first Inning with an ailing arm. He Is believed to have pulled a muscle and may be out of the lineup for an Indefinite period. Lefty Lopez O'Kane took over the mound enures after Whittle left and set the visiting Tomato team down with two lilts. Tomato's only run came in the eighth Inning on two straight errors. The Niners iced (he gamp with a three run seventh inning after scoring single tallies in the first, third, fourth and sixth frames. Max Dinglcy and Palmer shared hill duties for Tomato. In another Mississinp! County League game yesterday Blytheville shut out Burdette 6-0 behind Gene Beard. Beard struck out 14 Burdette batters and allowed only two safe blows, both singles. The Lutes-Etowah game which was scheduled for yesterday was postponed due to the Injury of Harry Lutes, manager of the Lutes team. Maior League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAfiUK Batting—Musiul, St. Louis, .439; Garagiola,:St. Louis .311. Huns—Jones, Philadelphia 27; Waitkus, Philadelphia and Jethroe, Boston 25. Runs batted in—Ennis, Philadelphia 27; Jones, Philadelphia 26. Hits—Musial, St. Louis 43; Jeih- pp, Boslon and SIsler, Philadelphia 39. Doubles—Musial, St. Louis 13; Robinson, Brooklyn 12. •Triples—Musial, St. Louis; Ashburn*. Philadelphia; Jethroe and Kerr,-Boston 3. Home runs—Klner, Pittsburgh; Jones, Philadelphia and Gordon. Boston 8. Stolen bases—Reese, Brooklyn 5, Jelhroe and Torgeson, Boston, Snider, Brooklyn and Glavlano, st Louis 4. Strikeouts—Roberts, Philadelphia 36; Spahn, Boston 33. Pitching—Rush, Chicago 5-0, 1.000; Johnson. Philadelphia 3-0. 1.000, and Bankhead, Brooklyn, 3-0 1.000. AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—Doby, Cleveland .415; Lehner, Philadelphia .411. Runs—DiMaggio and Pesky, Bos- lon 29. Runs batted In—Williams, Boston 36. Stephens. Boston 35. Hits—Stephens, Boston 41; DiMaggio, Boston 33. Doubles— Wertz, Detroit and Riz- Zltlo, New York 10. Triples—Henrich, New York 5- Doerr, Boston, Mapcs. New York, and Dillinger.' Philadelphia 4. Home runs—Williams, Boslon 11; Dropo. Boston 9. Stolen bases—Dillinger, Philadelphia 4; Upon, Detroit and Adams Chicago 3. Strikeouts—Reynolds. New York 36; Lemon, Cleveland 31. Pitching—Reynolds, New York 4-1 .800: Byrne. New York and Tracks, Detroit 3-1 .750. The Ullest lighthouse ir the Us is at Cape HaUerns. North Caro- lina—in4 feel. It is in a Stntc Park on Ihe famed Outer Banks, now accessible by land, sea and air. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA ESTLING l.OWKS'l ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHKKE1 Keservetl Reals „„ Sale al Ihe Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Everj Monday Monday, May 22 ADULTS SOc — CHI1.DKKN 15c New Starling Time 8:15 BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA Included} TAG MATCH WALTER SIROIS and BILL CANNY versus SWEDE NELSON ond TEX RtLEY Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches CANNY vs. RILEY SIROIS r*. NELSON Mobile Memphis . . Birmingham New Orleans Chattanooga Nashville . . Little Rock . 21 22 20 n 18 H 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE XV \. Brooklyn . . Philadelphia St. Louis . •. Boston Pillsburgh . Chicago . .. New York . Cincinnall . 17 17 15 15 15 12 10 7 New York . Delrolt . .. Washington . Boston . ... Cleveland . Philadelphia St. Louis . . Chicago . . AMERICAN LEAGUE W I. 20 f. .018 .595 .556 ,531 .402 .424 .143 Pel. .630 .607 .536 .536 .500 .480 .117 .269 I'd. .714 16 0 .640 16 11 .593 20 14 .588 15 13 .530 10 19 .345 7 16 .304 6 20 .231 Yesterday's Rcsulls Southern Association Memphis 5-1. Nashville 1-5' Atlanta 4-3. Birmingham 2-0 Chattanooga 10-4. Little Rock 9-5 New Orleans 19, Mobile 1 (second ;aine, rain) National I.eaRiir Pittsburgh 4-8. New York 2-6 Cincinnati 10. Brooklyn 9 Boston 3-4, Chicago 2-3 St. Louis 6-2, Philadelphia 5-4 American Leagut New York 14-12. Cleveland 5-4 Washington 6. Detroit 2 Boston 7-3. Chicago 0-4 St. Louis 11-3, Philadelphia 6-8 Today's Games Southern Association (All Night Games) Nasbvilte at Memphis Atlanta at Birmingham Chattanooga at Little Rock New Orleans at Birmingham Nitllonal l.r-aftue Cincinnati at Brooklyn, night' Only game scheduled Amertcan Lt-a^ie Washington at Detroit Boston at Chicago, night New York at Cleveland, night Only games scheduled Man Ha ! Armorr' Second Loss of Season The Armorel Tigers suffered Iheir second defeat of the season yesterday afternoon dropping a 12-li decision to the Manila Jaycces. 'The gome was played at Manila. Fritz West started on the hill for Ihe Tigers and worked until the fifth when he gave way to Frank Ellis. Ellis pitched hifle-'S b?ll for the lasl four timings. West was touched for 11 hit's. Wayne Taylor wenl Ihe distance for Manila allowing only rive hits. Thllr.stJnv ni"Iil, the Ti?ers go to Rldnlcv. Tenn., for a game. Armorel AB DeLong cf 5 Killctt s.s 5 F. Ellis U-p 5 Young rf 5 Johnson Ib 5 Whistle c 4 Wilson 2b 4 West p 4 Sports Roundup HUGH FUU.KRTON JR. NEW YORK. Miiy 22. W—Ox Da Grosa, ex-football coach and Pennsylvania boxing commissioner, is a leading figure in organizing a new "touchdown" club in Philadelphia. . Wonder If it will Insist on recognizing Its own champion? . . The Idea, really, is to line up 10,000 members at a buck a head to help support 'the Pop Warner midget foot- hall program. . . . 'Hint's the league for boys under 13 years and 110 pounds, so don't raise your eyebrows \vlien you hoar plans include weekend visits to Notre Rame, Army arid Navy for various teams— and maybe a "bowl" game In San Francisco. . . Cliff Coggin. who set a floe kof pass-catching records for the Mississippi Southern football team last fall, has switched 16 pitching for tile Monroe, La., club of the Cotton States League. At last report lie had won five straight. " Sanford's Long Homer Gives Rocks Split with Chattanooga The She of It , The other day newsnaners carried a picture of Pnolud Kurd of Tehran, Iran, who is eight feet Iwo inches sail and \vel"hs 300 nomi'is. . . . Within a few hours after the nlloto uppeared. a wire from the Port Wayne Miners reached National Basketball Association hcad- cimirter asking to have Ilic guv put 01111 their negotiation list. . . Only nossihle answer w."s Mint the c!)anc«s of signing Poolud were goon with the wind. n n o o o i 0 0 1 1 0 0 I I 1 Totals Manila Harris cf East If Rrooks 2b Fowler c Ashabranner Ib Edwards 3b Shaneyfelt ss .. Threlkcld rf Taylor p . «l 6 5 AB R H ..501 ..541 .542 .511 .512 .502 ..400 .400 422 Totals 42 12 11 The Iransvaa! district in South Africa rivals the Belgian Congo as world's No. 1 diamond source. Our Telephone Number 4438 Shelton Motor Co. Monday Malince Jim Waver, Wake Forest College athlete director, reveals that he landed Armtld Palmer, the conference and Southern Intercollegiate Wlf champ, only because Arnold was a nal of Bud Worshnm. Jack nianrtti. Michigan State distance-running ace, made n straight A scholastic average during Ihe winter quarter, when indoor track was heaviest. . . Cleveland experts say to look for Early Wynn to have one of his best pitching seasons because of his improved curve. Fritz Barxilauskas, who planned to retire from pro fooibatl to look after his r>ntomobil«-sellini! and coaching dti- UM. is beinc lured by the Giants with a promise that he'll be through nractice by noon each day. They also offer money. . . . Prexy Pop McKalc of Orizona is sending his fellow college baseball coaches Johnny' article about raids by pro baseball scouts. He adds this note: "If, your players read the above article and then run out on you. they don't belong' In college. They can summer in a Class D league, rack up pool tolls during the winter, or go on relief." Ducfc Bunting, who did an ade- riualc job of replacing Charlie Justice in the North Carolina lineup when Charlie couldn't play against Notre Dame last fall, may be only a second stringer to soph Ernie IJherati this year. Ernie has an edge in speed. . . . And they say Ihe nevt Notre Darne grid sensi- tion will be halfback Del Dander who has been kept under heavy 1 cover. . . . David Holmes. Wayne U. track coach, was Impressed with the rebound work of freshman bas- k^tlwller Johnny Kline last winter He persuaded Johnny to try high jumplns and the kid cleared 6-1 in his first competitive effort look for him to go higher. Jurors to Play All-Star Contest The Little Park team, chamnions of the Blytheville Y's Junior nigh School Baseball League, wil meet a hand picked team of a'1-stars from the other three teams in the loop in the league's final game of the seaso nat Walker Part tonisht. Proceeds from the game, which is scheduled fro 7:45, will go toward buying additional equipmant for use by the youngsters in league play, accrding to J. P. Garrott, director of the Y. The junior high .school program Is under the immediate supervision of Coach James Fisher of Blythe- viilc High School. Snead Captures Western Open For Second Consecutive Year May By PETE ARTHUR SnMld * ' UU LOS AnwisKa, way 22. (AP)-Sam Snead is still too good for the rest of li. nation s pro golfers. ° * If the fact needed any proof, the western Virginian providede it acrain vcsterd-iv by winning the $15,000 Western Open golf ehampionshipfb,. the second yfarin I row _ " * H 1 wasn't as sensational is his 20-under-par performance at St. Paul a year ago.- but it was plenty good enough It By The Associated Frew First Baseman Jack Sanford, who has been III a bad slump since the start of the season, may be snap- Corothers Wins NEA Golf Meet JOXESBORO, Ark.. May 22. (AP) —Twenty - one-year old William' Hamiti Corothcrs. Greenwood, Mi^s., has his first golf championship afler several near misses. He -shot five under par golf for 15 holes to win the second annual Northeast Arkansas golf tournament here yesterday, beating jim- mie Wittenberg. Memphis. 4 and 3. Corothers, who also was tourtn- ment medpllst. was runner-up in I lie Mississiopi state amateur tournament last year and quarterfinal- in the national amateur at Memnhis 1948. The tournament was played on The nine-hole country club course hu-ich lias alternate teo.s for the back nine making a 6-156-yard, par 73 layout. Corothers. had five birdies and went over par once on the lost si>: holes yesterday. Wittenberg was one under par when ihe match ended . .May Quit Troupe DAYTON, O.. May 22. (A>) Is Richard (Pr.ncho) Gonznles finished as a member of the Jack Kramer- Bobby Riggs touring tennis troupe? The 1949 U S singles champion finished his cross-country series with Kramer here yesterday just as he started—by losing. The scores this time were 6-2. 3-6, 6-3, Kramer. After the mutch, Riggs, who's the tour promoter, announced that Kramer would accept challenges from leading amateurs for a 1950 tour once this summer's amateur meets are over. Kramer wound up the cross country tour with 94 wins to 29 for Gon- z-lles, who received a $60,000 guarantee to turn pro. Riley and Nelson ' Team for Tag Bout Tex Riley and Nelson team up against Walter Sirois and Bill Canny In the tag match main event of the American Legion's weekly wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium tonight. .Tonight's match marks the return of Riley to the local ring after a short absence. Two one fall preliminary bouts are also on the card. In the first, Riley will meet Canny and in the second, Sirois will face Nelson. ping out of It A tremendous smash off his bat yesterday cleared it 35-foot sign on the left field fence, 340 feet away to provide tlie tying »nd winning' runs as Little Rock defeated Chattanooga. 5-4, In the nightcap of a doubleheader. The blow came In the seventh and final Inning. Chattanooga took the opener, 10-9. Atlanta hurlers MacPherson and Carl Unclqulst teamed up to trim Birmingham twice, 4-2 and 3-0. Memphis' Chicks and Nashville's Vols split, with the Chicks winning the opener, 5-1, and the Vols the afterpiece by an identical score. New Orleans Misled Mobile. 19-1 In a single game. The second was postponed until tonight because of rain. Hank Erlin.'in and Ebba St. Claire nave MacPherson some solid back- Ing in the form of home runs as he set tlie Barons down with five hits. St. Claire also got a double in the opener (hat scored Erlman who had singled and stole fecond Strategy Backfires In pasting his third win of tlie season in the nightcap. Limiquisl Kavc up only three hi(s and one base on balls. The Chattanooga-Little Rock opener was a slugfcst from start to finish with II of the 2D hits bei-^i for extra bases. Al Flair and Bob Reid had homers for the Lookouts and Ken Hemphurey belted one for the Travelers. The pay-off blow, however, was pinch hitter Angel Fleitas 1 three-run double in the too of the ninth. The backfire of a bit of strategy was costly to the Vols in their curtain raiser with Memphis. The score was tied, l-i, there were two out in the seventh and one man on. Don Carlscn Issued an intentional walk to • slugger Nick Etten, but Bill Wilson crossed the wires with a homer into the centerfield bleachers. Nashville's win In the finale was insured by Fred Richard's two-run homer in the seventh. New Orleans clubbed out 13 safeties off three Mobile hurlers and took advantage of 10 walks, two wild pitches, a passed ball and a hit batsman in handing the Bears their worst defeat of the season. S«n> Snud added another $2,600 to his bank account, and! boosted his tour-1 namcnt earnings thus far this jeir to $17,720. His winnlngi score was 282, only two strokes|: under par but; enough .to hold! off E. J. (Dutch) Harrison and Jim Fcrrier, who came In with 283s. Miildlecoff Fourth Ferrier 'and Harrison pocketed $1,050 each for Iheir tie, with fourth money of $1.150 going to National Open Champion Gary Mlddlccoff. alone at, 284. Ed (Porky) Oliver had the tourney's lowest single round, a C7 in the finale. He tied for fifth at 286 with veteran Paul Runyan and newcomer Jimmy Clark of Ilunlington Beach. Calif., the dark who led Snead at the halfway mark but took a 75 Saturday and couldn't catch up with his 72 yesterday. Leaders among the pros included Ellsworth Vines. 289; Ed Furgol, Lloyd Mangrum and Lawson Little, each 290: Gene Kuncs of Cleveland and Ralph Gultlahl, a three-time winner of this event in 1936 through 1938. with 204s. The tournament was the first Western Open ever held here. anA fell considerably short of beh-.aR* financial triumph. In contrast ,o some 40.000 who crowded the gates at St. Paul last year, only about 10,000 turned out for this one. The sponsoring Junior Chamber of Commerce stands to lose about $7500 as a result. 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