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TAGR RIGHT Cardinals Flog Dodgers 5-2 On Grand Slam by Marion Sports Roundup HUGH FL'l.LERTON JH. ]Joe Garagiola, Glaviano Hurt; Phils Win 8-4 NEW YORK, June 2, W)—It must l» the weather—. Shag Shaughnesxy, the Inter- naliotial League president, was putting In an off-day cussing the elements and chuckling over some recent major league player trades . . . "Rain." he ejuculaled. "Del Webb tells me in Kansas City they haven't played a home game where they could have batting or fielding practice. They've had to keep the tarpaulin on the field up to we got by game time Memorial Day all right and had some nice crowds ... It was real nice .sitting out there In Ihe .sunshine." . . . i Maybe that's the next baseball novelty—playing games in the afternoon with the sim as n big selling point.) . . . "What do you think of (hat White Sox-Washington deal?" Shag asked, and without waiting lor an answer tic continued: "They were trying nil spring to sell those two pitchers, and they were going to hold out for big prices ... So they wind up having to trade with each oilier . . . Some of the writers are saying Kay Scarborough will go to (he Yankees . . . after putting out a lot of money for Fred Sanforcl and Dick Wakefield, i don't (.i, ink oeo . rge Weiss will ever buy a player "Bain." ... He looked out the window again at the rain. lly JACK HANI) iriiilril I'ress Sporls \VriU Cardinals never Marly Marion for ffltNPINtiS S(H!TIIl:i!N ASSOCIATION Wlioii SluiiKis was Stunned One of the most surprising end- Ings to a football same that ever occurred probably was In the 1913 Illinois-Ohio State contest, which the Buckeyes won IS minilles nfler the liual gun . . . Paul Brown c>f the Cleveland Browns, .who was Ohio Stale coach,.adds one detail that generally has been overlooked ... As you recall. Illinois was offside on the last play and the teams were called back from the dressing rooms to run It again Brown knew what the play would be. He had nominated John Stuugii to try for a field goal, though Stungis never had kicked one "There's nothing to it, John," sairt Paul. "I never missed a field goal In my life." . . . stungis' wobbly kick barely cleared the cross bar to give the Bucks a 29-26 victory . . . The elaled athlete raced I the clubhouse screaming, "Im even with you, coach. Ive never missed » field goal either." . . . "John," answered Paul with a grin, "you're up on me, I never tried one." 01(1 Take stance. l''or I 1 major league years, Mi: Shortstop went quietly < alxnit lu'.s business. Never did: lie hit a homo run with thoj </s loarieti. Never, until ];,sl ' nifrht. Marly waited until t] K . v r( .;>lly' needed one. With Brooklyn'in unvii j mid the Cardinals scrambling wipe out the May IB horror blowing an 8-0 lead, Marion .... his grand slam homer. The result • i • ( |j ( . ! Atlanta . I Ncw Orleans ' Mol)ill; il!(" 19 ;»nooija ID \ATIO.VAI. f,K,U;UK W I, '"is 23 1 bl> 2.) 1- Boston 20 u, °< j Chicago . '•" | 1'itUsbuiKh Marty Marion Clcaiiliifr (he Cuff Maurice Podoloff is heading for Europe to check up on the Harlem Globetrotters series of sellout basketball games and maybe pick up a few ideas to help build atieud- »'ine in the National Basketball Association . . . Maybe he'll bring back a folie.s bergcre routine . Only ihree o/ 77 plnyers listed on the U. or Missouri spring football roster hail from oiitxidc that state. Don Palirot must have been economizing on railroad fares Hileah racetrack i s expecting ' n bumper crop or flamingoes this year, with 36 hatched and 60 more eggs on hand at last report ... At that rate, they'll have more birds than Jamaica fans give Eddie Area ro. S-2 victory hoisted St. L,ui>: in- Cincinnati firs( place tie with the Did- i was the same Mai-ion whnsc condit:rui- New Yoik fe, V on-led Manager! Detroit . . Eddie Dj-or All 1 Boston . . piniR. Woirled ' Cleveland . him .so much tha; ( \Vashiiiruon tic talked ov.'.icr \ Philadelphia Fred Saigh into I Chicago . . signing Edilie! st - Louis . jMiller a.s a fill- In, just in case. Miller opened the, season, played •all but a lew innings ol the first 14 games. Eddie i.-.s doing line but the Cards! bumped along in firth pl.ice at a i JOO clip. I After the ncrve-shatteiin? cpi- ! sode of May 18 nt Brooklyn, the Cardinals were left for dead. Back they came, with Marion playin« almost every day. to will 10 of 12 Now they hcve caught the Dodders' I'otlcll Hurls Flvc-llillcr Howie Pollet, another Cardinal ol liHl-12 vinljijfo, backed up Marlon's clout with n five-hit pitching job. It was Howard's first 1550 con- t)ue.st of the Brooks, a club he uyed to whip regularly. The sixth straight Cardinal 'victory may have been expensive. Two regulars, catcher Joe Garagiola and third bn.sernan Tommy Glaviano were forced to leave the game because of Injuries. Garagiola sut- lered a shoulder separation when he tumbled at first, base. Olaviano injured an ankle at third. Attracted by the drama of a Dodger-Cardinal Hireling, a crowd of 32,180, largest of the St. Louis season tinned out for the series opener. They play again tonight and tomorrow afternoon. The Philadelphia Phils and Boston Braves both closed in on the Dodger* and Cards with aiternoon victories. The Pinls racked up Chi- \ cago, 8-4, moving to within a half! game ol (he leaders. Curt Simmons, with his ary aid from reliefer Jim : \V . 27 22 24 20 I'd. .«% .50 U .587 .515 .5<l:l .442 MI; .192 .605 ,556 .514 .400 l>ct. .V.'IO .017 .571 .541 •' .514 .303 ,351 .... _,,_ nun S1AVOS AIOVI u, Dmd r Tracy. New York psychol- ogi.sl. lonks ,lown into the St. Louis Browns dugout at Sportsman's Park, St. I.MII.S, alter he announced he was severing His connection with UK. club. With the Browns in last place. Dr. Tracy blamed "lack nf co- oiir-rntion from the management" lor his failure to help the club M',n- agcr znck Taylor seated, left) is will, his players in dugout. (AP Wire- photoj. ,-JTJNT; s, Things Getting Tough at Pittsburgh- First Baseman is Switched to Mound Hy JIM IIOl/1'OX Columnist Says Ted Williams Wants Red Sox to Trade Him Yesterday's Results Soiillirri] AssocLdlo.i Nashville <j. New Orleans 8 1: innings Chattanooga 7. Mobile l Memphis 8. Birmingham 1 Atlanta 7, Little Rock 6 National League St. Louis 5, Brooklyn 2 New York s-2, Cincinnati 7-5 Philadelphia 8. Chicago 4 Boston H, Pittsburgh 2 Amprican League New York 6, Chicago 5 (10 in- ningsi Si. Louis 5, Washington •! n3 innings) Cleveland nt Boston wet grounds Detroit at Philadelphia ruin Vo/s Squeeze Past Pels 9-8; Crax Win 7-1 Hy Ihe Associated 1'ri-ss 'Hie Southern Association pennant : flying over Sulphur Dell, a short fenced nark called home by Nashville's second division ball 'club. The Vols hoisted the pennant last night just before they squeezed by New Orleans. 9-8. Six members of the team (hat won the flag are still around Sulphur L-pll, remembering thi-y were in fourth place when they hoisted a pennant last season but went on to finish on top. Ted Williams ANOTHER DIMAGG1O—Bar- tolo Joe UiMaggio, a second cousin of the famous baseball family, takes his cut in the bal- lin;; cage of the Concord, N.C "Weavers. Signed by Washington, young DiMaggio \%>as farmed to the Class D North Carolina State League, 'SNO FAIR—This culc miss at Denver, Colo,, was ;]|| set for a week-end of fun, when a [leak spring snowstorm changed her pljns. Also burl by the umca- iomil stiow aiul cold were 50,000 budding trees. five-run second inning. Sid Gordons grand slam homer, his second of the year, started Boston on i(3 way to a 14-2 rout, of Pittsburgh. It was the Pir.ite-s 1 ninth straight loss, their longest sine streak In 11 years. Cincinnati nnd New York split a twilight-night doubtelieader with the Reds taking the second game 5-2. behind Bwell Blackwcll. Afour- run raily in the ninth inning gave the Giants the opener, 8-1. Kain washed out the Detroit at Philadelphia and Cleveland at Bos- Ion night games in the American, tug New York a chance to pick up ground on all first division clubs. They did. Coming fro.-n behind to tie in the ilntli, the Yankees tmally whipped Ihicago's revamped White Hox. 6-5. in 10 Innings. Hank Bauer scored from first base on a bi-xip single by Gerry Colcnuin nnd an error by outfielder Dave Phillev Joe Page who followed Allie Reynolds and Hob Porterfield to the iiound. picked up his third win by working- only the tenth Ining. Three successive singles enabled he St. Louis Browns to nip Washington, 5-4 in 12 innings. The Senators, somewhat picvokcd when Bob Kuzuva and Cass Michaels (ailed to show np after their recent trade apolocizsd to (he fans. Singles by Don Lcnhardt, Aril and Billy Summers broke (lie game. 4 Games Sisrcclay in Musseo League T-6. Chatlatiocga took Mobile 7-l' and Memphis slipped into second place by downing Birmingham 8-1 Harry MacPherson got ibe credit for Atlanta's victory alttiouph he was shotgunned irom (he hill in the eighth. Until then lie had held Hie Rock.s to three hits Tn the (•ighlh they pushed over five runs before Art Fowler dampened their ardor. Memphis moved inlo second place as Bill WlLson drove in enough runs lo tie the ball gam,, by himself I Wilson homered (wic.c ami smacked I a double in his four Iritis to nip I , I*tc. A,togetl,er. the ChScL lc!w- ! ^/^.g^™"™ + NEW YORK, June 2. W)—Jimmy Cannon, spurts columnist of the New York Post, said yesterday in a copyright cnlumn that Ted Williams, baseball's highest paid player, intends to ask the Boston Red Box to trade him. preferably to the Detroit Tigers. "Boston's hostile and abusive baseball fanatics probably have succeeded tn running Ted Williams out of town." Cannon wrote. "It is his hope that this is his last year with the. Hed Sox. At the end of the season. I can exclusively and positively report today Williams intends to ask the Red Sox to trade him. His choice is Detroit. Only Detroit, Cleveland, and the. Yankees could afford to employ him." Fred Corcoran, Williams' business manager, said Williams bad said nothing to him abor' a desire to be traded and as far as lie knev,- there was "nothing to it." Draws Highest Salary ' Williams reputedly receives S125,- MO annually from the Red Sox. the biggest sum ever paid a baseball player. Although Williams is leading the American League in home runs with 11. and Is second in runs batted in with 41 against 47 for Junior Stephens of the Red Sox. his batting average has slumped to .285. Cannon declared that Williams' value is so great that terms lor any sort of a trade would be prohibitive even for Detroit, Cleveland, nr the New York Yankees. "It is doubtful a player has ever been a more unpopular player with home town partisans." said Cannon. "Tiie animosity between Williams and his enemies in the stands has increased with the passage of the years. Williams blames his diminishing batting average on the recent exchange of-Insults which ended <n an apology by the mist controversial player since Ty Cofab quit the fame." , ered H hi te on the usually powerful "" In (he iiinc-gainc :e to los- up The Only One, II SYDNEY-W)_A m-w establishment has just bi-eii opened in Sydney's Central Square, ris name- Ihc one and Only r ic stall- Number Two Hranch " Chnttnnooga. Bobo Ncw.som went snap the Lookout* ing streak. Nashville relief pitcher Bob Schullz who won bis mvn came He knocked a i,,n R fly in I he bottom of the twelfth to score Hoy petcr- New Orleans had lied the .scnrr in (he eighth with a seven-run rally including a pincli-hit homer bv Harry Fisher. More Toll Roads CHICAGO - ,-„., _ Pay-as-vou- j drive highway .systems are gronine. ihe American Public Works Asso-' elation reports Hint nearly 300 miles ol (nil roads now are in use in Connecticut. Maine. New York and Pennsylvania. An additional n-> miles of toll mAl i s j, rc , mrii , r " strut-lion in New Jersey a ,,d iN'mv Hampshire. With only two weeks left in the first half of their split season. Mississippi County Baseball League teams return to action Sunday in four games scheduled in all parts of the county The league-leading Number Nine Miners remain !U home Sunday to I JEWS Make Claims tangle with the second place Reiser team. The Miners will bo seeking TEL AVIV. Israel -07>;- Fifteen ague win. 1 thousand Jews -who were impris- r r ',' ?" try , '," " le le «sue,!onc.d in Nazi concentration camps .- Cardinals, travel Sunday after- , have filed claims for ion. The Cards go to Ktowah for! > . game with the Etowah nine. Meye _ Mmi lanky ex-collegian "for twirling work since Pittsburgh brought bin from the Now York Yankees las August. ' • Phillips got his first call aite (he- liraves had run up .1 10-0 lead over the slumping 13lKs at Ihc of the fourth inning. He ijot off to shaky start, dishing up a double to Tommy Holmes,' singles to Bob 10(1 and walker cooper ,,nd wild pitch, permitting EUmu ta icore. -Then the .six-foot, fom-in-1 Claikson College graduate bore lown and retired the side, strlkini, out dangerous Sid Gordon in the With his powerful right him edhvery zipping along i n a va ,.,, t , of fast-breaking curves and tr'cki Irons. Phillips retired n conseui- ive Boston batters, lie ran into trouble In the eighth, but his i.ii'ld mates pulled him out with double play. Pilrlieil in College In (lie final frame Boston scored another run on a pair of hits for a 1-1-2 final score ,,nd ran the lines consecutive losing strea.V; to nine games. Although he had done some nlt- chmg in college, Phillips broke j , organized baseball in 19-13 as first sacker and stayed there Phillips caught Meyer's eve as pitching possibility shortly after he joined the Dues. The pirate r had shortages aplenty, except at first base. There was talk of converting big jack to a third baseman but Meyer decided he mi=ht make a hurter. " Since ihe start of the 1950 season Meyer has had Phillips—as far ;,, the public auct National League opposition was concerned — utavine lehef roles at first against left- handed pitchers, in 21 appearance; at the plate he belted the ball at a .333 clip. In the meantime, Phillips had been taking a turn as a batting practice pitcher. Mejvr was just waiting for a spot to see how the first baseman could go on the mound and he got it yesterday. Godwin Nine Wins Bay Window Tilt Godwin's Sporting Goods store retained its position atop the Day Window League .standings yesterday afternoon by "whipping Burnett Hudson Sales n-2. The Burnetts outhit the league leaders 3-7 but walks and errors hurt their cause. Long worked for the Burnett team and Bill Godwin pitched for his team. Walker Park Pool To Open Sunday r rhe Walker Part? swimming pool will open its spring and summer season Sunday at, i p.m.. Coach Russell Mosley, who is managin? the pool for the Chickasaw Athletic Club, announced today. The pool will be open daily from 1 p.m. until. 9 p.m.. Coach Mosley said. Certified life guards will be on duty at the pool at all times, Coach Mosley said. The Walker Park pool is leased from the city by the Chickasaw Athletic Club. tion against the government In Western Germany. Claims amount to, about $30 for each month of imprisonment. It is believed there arc Hiioltier 10,000 Israeli citizens entitled to claim compensation. Jn other games 5ur:(!;iy. ues- wil] be at Hurctcttc and Forty and liiEiit at Tomato. Today's Games Smilbcrn Association Birmingham H Memphis ni^ht Mobile at Chattanooga night Atlanta at Little Rock night New Orleans at Nashville night National Lcafuc Brooklyn at St. Louis night New York at Cincinnati m Boston at Pittsburgh nisht Philadelphia at Chicago American League Chicago at Ncw York Detroit at Philadelphia '2' Cleveland at Boston nicht, St. Louis at Washington 12) ENJOY Goldcrest@BEE« FLAVOR-BALANCED M Election I hi- rf.sij.n;,lio,i Cmmii.-imler Sliivlpv. (mnv- mphis) (Here will l,e a nominating com . appointed Tuesday. June (ilh. All int'creslcd .t-KHin I" lie sure to be present al S p.m. DUD CASON POST 24 P.-iul Malinn, Adj. Our Telephone Niinilicr 4438 Shelton Motor Co. GASOI.INK — TKACTOK 1>'UK\. — KKUOSKNK I'UKI. Oil, _ DfKSKl, rUKI, oil. & GKKASK G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 2089—Phone— 2089 Offire: llfi W. Walnut ]>\ aM . p rom j sc ,i |. nnd AVAILABLE • ORDER NOW! 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Box 83 Phone 6896 Blyfheville,, Ark. i RAINBOWS END — Harry Flicker of Wisconsin Dells, Wis., has trouble holding up 10-pound rainbow Irout caught in White Creek, just north of the Dells, on lly rod baited with angleworms. 40- Bos- Major League Leaders B_v The Associ.iied Press American League Batting — Doby, Cleveland, 398 [.ehner, Philadelphia, .372. Runs — DiMaggio. Boston. Stephens. Boston. -38. Runs batted in— Stephens, on, 47; Williams, Boston, 41. Hits— DiMaggio, Boston. 57; Stephens, Boston. 52. Doubles— Kell. betroit, 13- Wertz Detroit. 11. Triples— Hcnrlch,' New York 6- Mapes, New York and Dilli,iger Philadelphia, 5. Home runs— Williams, Boston 11- Dropo and. Stephens, Boston 'and Rosen. Cleveland. 10. . Stolen base. 1 ! — Dillingcr, Philaclel- )hia, 5; DiMaggio; Boston and l)o- iy, Ceveland, 4. Strikeouts ....... Reynolds. New York 49; Lemon, Cleveland, 40. Pitching — Byrne. New York, 5-1, 833; Hudsnn._ Washington. 0-2.' .750' National League Batting— Musia], St. Louis. .400; Holmes Hurls No-Hitter for Ark-Mo Team The Ark-Mo Kilowatters combined the no-hit, no-run hurling O f Herb Holmes with 18 base hits last illellL to whitewash Montgomery Ward 20-0 in a City Softball League Same at Walker Park. "-"tuo In the first name of a two-tilt slate, the Wade Lee Cotton company nine won its second contest of lie year by outlasting the Razorbacks of (lie Rnzoruack Drive-In o-G. , Two rained out games arc slated to be made up in league action to. nigM. The games will pit, Sullivan- Nelson against the Jaycees at a o clock and Montgomery" Ward will Play Blythcvllle Motor Company in the second game. Holmes pitched near-perfect ball facing only 22 men, one above tha minimum. That lone runner B0 t mi base by being hit by a pitched baU n the fourth inning. Holmes struck v-1 S i 0 ' ncry Wilrrt batt £*. KHowatters added Insult*) injury, by driving home U runs" 11 e sixth inning. Rounsavall and Stewart homered for the victors In the first game, the cotton company, team pushed across two rum in the last umiug to ncse by the Razoroacks L. w. Pitzhogh went all on] Tn" V f °,'-» the LCe leam ^n" ™'- v rth . ee hlt * A. O. Mosley worked r . ul1 , se ™' for the losers and was touched for five safeties for the "*"*» Grubhs Tnkes Over s SWC Secretary DALLAS. June 2 -(/]>,_ H owimJ Grubbs became executive secretary lerda* uthWKil Conference .vis, Grubbs Texas Christian University athletic director, was named to succertd James H. Stewart at the spring meeting of the conference faculty committee. Stewart resigned to become vice- president and general manager of the State Pair of Texas. Hopp, Pittsburgh. .377. Runs — Glaviano, si. Louts, 33- Jones. Philadelphia, 32. ,- Pam ,f, J?«e« l»-S<">er, Chicago. 3o: Elliott, Boston, 33. Hits—Musinl. St. Louis. M- sis- Icr, Philadelphia, 50. ^ Doubles—Robinson. Brooklvn SIP Muslal. St. Louis, 15. ' Triples — Slaughter, St. Louis Jethroe. Boston and Ashburn Philadelphia, 4. ' Home runs — Kiner, Pittsburgh and Elliott and Gordon, Boston 9 Stolen bascs—Jethroe anci Torge- n. Boston, snider and Reese Brooklyn, Terwilliger, Chicago and '5!avinuo. St. Louis, 5. Strikeouts — Roberts, Philadelphia, 51; Spahn, Boston, 42 Pitching — Rush, Chicago, 6-1, 857; Bankhend and Banta, Brooklyn, 4-1, .800. For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning—Call 4474 NU-WA SHEET METAL WORK. OF ALL KiNDf Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to I/.} inch thickness. 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