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FACE EIGHT BIATTTEVTT.LE (ARK.) COUHTER NEWS Cub's Youth Program Fails but Frisch Has Team Rolling at a Surprising Pace MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1950 Frankie Friscli i.s a candidate t'c How cornel Wc!l, when Frisch took hfs Chicago Cubs to Cnlallna Island for conditioning Jasl r-iruary, he an- Inounccd lie plan icd to rebuilt! his lub with youlh. )t the 39 men In I camp, 20 were [ <ids up for their irsl real chance n the majors. The Cubs broke ; i wily from the barrier fast, and lociay, allcr .seven 'iceks of conipct- J tlon are Ihe slir- Frank hr,s.h ^ «$»> '«; fifth place -,vilh a betlcr Ulan .500 rating and are only four games behind the leader.s. I.ilward.s [.cmlinc Hillcr Who's leading Die learn? Take a look: Hank Kdwards is Ihe clu' balling leader with .380. He's 31 years old. Hank Sauer Is Ihe league's runs-billed-,n pacesetter with 30. He's also 31. Andy Pafko Is tops In home runs with eighl He's 20. And then Ihcre's 33-year- old Phil Cavarctta, who is hiltlnj, .328 and doing a grand job nt first base in his 17th big league season. On- Ihe pltehlgn side, .lohnnj Schmitz, Dulch Hiller nnd Walt Dii.blcl. all pjst 29, have won 10 games among them, or more Uian half of the team's total of 19. And the youngsters? Well, there arc only six left. Outside of Hob Borowski, who hasn't played imich, not one i.s hitting .300. )!.%' JOK KlilCIII.KK A.ss.Ji'luIrd J'ress Sporls Writer the "Manasor of the Year" :i;var<J- -all hccausn his pre-soason plan backfired Citation Sets New Mile Record In Winning at Golden Gate Fields 4-Hit Hurling Beats Armorel Tigers 3 to 2 Sparked by tho four-hit pitching of Hoffman, Trwnann outlasted the h Calumet Form's Ace Bests Stablemarc's Mark in $20,000 Race ALBANY. Calif., June 5. (fl't— Where does Citation j;o from here' now that he's set two world re- ' cords? Edwards, CavarreUu, Sauer and Pafko all had a hand In yestcnlay's that, first. 13-8 triumph over Brooklyn drop|>cd the Dodgers Into ' That's Hie question In the minds of turfmen throughout the country. The Calumet Farm flier at the Ar morel Tigers 3-2 111 a game played Golden Gate Fields Saturday won at Trumann yesterday'afternoon. j lhr> Ciolden Gate Fields mile In Hoffman gave up his. four binglcs ! ' :3a :i 5 '" break the world record to t»o Armorel batters. A. C. Bunch nl ' ;3 ^ ' tl W his stableinalc, C'jal- .nd Gle collected four of them Hunch the other. Fritz West started for Armorel but was relieved in the seventh by Merlrle Williams-. The Tigers scored their two runs in the third and fourth frames and then won it In the ninth with a lone tally. Armorel town, at Washington Park. Chicago. • ast summer. He also became the all-time mon- borse. His $14.550 share] 'place He with (he St. Ix>uis Cardinals. The Cards gained a full game by defeating Ihe Philadelphia Phillies, 6-2. Cavarrolla Homers Edwards batted In lour runs with two doubles and a sinylc, Cavar- rctla smacked Iwo .singles and his second home 'nm. Saner tied Hob Elliott of Boslon for the league's runs-batlcd-in leadership by driving' In u titlly. Pafko got a couple of hits and two walks In five limes at hat. Max Lanlcr not only pitched but batted the Cards to their victory. He limited the Phils lo eight hits and tripled with the bases loaded to feature :i five-run sixth inning bbsl that wiped out a 2-1 deficit. Ken lleinlzelman was the loser. New York's Improving Giants swept past. Plttabnrgh into sixth place, ' defeating the Pirates, 4-3. The dlanls.continued llicir happy policy of winning games in the final inning, tallying three times in the ninth to overcome a 3-1 deficit. , " ,'teds fJuJn Spill '.' J Thanks, to Ken'Raffcnsbcrger's ;four-hit pitching and his big bat .Hist knocked in two runs with a pair of doubles, the Reds gained .a split In their doubleheader with Boston's Braves. Rjfft-mberger shut out Boston, 3-0, In Ihe opener, but the Braves came back to blast Hcrni ."Wchmelcr from the box to -A in the nightcap. 7-6. The New york YanKcr* maintained their I'.vo-and-a-haK game lead over Detroit In the American League as lefty E<1 [.opal shut out Cfecland'.s Indians, 7-0. Detroit's ' "" "''I !•!'•'> hurled a shutout, blanking the Washington Sen- t. . - V. notion's Red Sox continued to terrorise enemy hurlers at, Fenway Walt Dropo, Hirdlc Tcbbetls, Ted Williams and Al I Zarllta, the Red "!o>; pounded out 21 lilts to limy Chicago's White Sox under a 17-7 ' core. Tebbctls and Zarilla got 1 four hi I* a nd drove in four runs each. Williams a n d Oro[» i fft collected three L j ? hits a n tl scored Wall Dropo " lrc<! timcs "- Urowin win and |. OSP The Urownics of St. Louis and Athletics of p)ill,-irlrl;:lil.i divided a doubleheader. The Browns won the opener, 12-5. and Ihe A's look the second. 13-6, with a nine-run first inning. In blanking Ihi- Indians with six- hits. Lopat kept his Cleveland jinx alive. The lefthnncte, now owns a 2-1-6 lifetime record against ilu 1 tribe. liimltcman's Irinmiih over (lie senators was his sixth of the season, it extended DC trull's winning streak lo five and Washington's losing skein to Ihe sumo number Bob Ku/jtva. ranking h| s first slart for Washington since the big trade with Chicago, gave up all Ihe runs and eight hits in eight innings. Where There's Smoke SWIMliUIDOK, England. June 5. M')—A fast pitch clipped bailer Stanley Stacey on the leg during n village cricket game here yesterday. Smoke curled trom his trousers. Teammates fished a box of blav- Ins malclirs [rom liis pocket and Slaccy went hack lo bat despite his M-orclicd white flannels. Del.ong 3t> Rogers ss O. Bunch If .. Melcnlf rf A. Bunch cf Johnson Ib Whistle e Williams 2b-p Wc.vl ;i Young Ib Totals C.igle ss Miller c Cinrltin rf Cook 31) 'ullcy Ib Bibb H Oarr cf Smolhcrhion 2b Hoffman p TolaLs AB .. 4 . . 4 .. 4 ,. ,'j .. 4 .. 2 . . 4 AB .. 5 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 .. 4 Cardwell Nine Routs Luxor a Tigers 10 to 5 I.UXORA. June 5.—Luxora's independent Tigers dropped their second straight ;i|t here yesterday by going down before the booming bats of the Cardwpll, Mo., nine 10-5. The Tigers winners in nine straight before Ijowing to Manila Wednesday night, could never close . . _....,u-i" n . ci <!h.l---un gap piled up by the of the $20000 purse, boosted |,j s ' *"ss<m"!ins in the parly frames, earnings to 5024,030. stymie, the I Sparked by D. Williams' three- run homer In the fifth which climaxed a si>: run outburst by Card- Tiger starter Charley Hicks previous record-holder and tlrsd. won S018435. But asain. the big ciueslion Is Hill "bi|i; Cy" go for the 51,000.000 marl:. His trainer. Jimmy Jcnes, sure lie doesn't know If he'll send Ci• j tatlnn against Noor— two-time conqueror of citation at Sar:la Anita --in Hie S50.COO added Golden Oatc Handicap June 24. Said jimmy Wants In Kim Him First was chnsed from Hie hill. Wright took over to finish for l.uxora. Nor- isn't torl wrnt ali thc way for Cardvrcll. Hox score: {.'ardwell "I'd like to run him once before the bis race nut I'll have to wait a few days and see how he acts before I make up my mind. "It's hard on a trainer tc ne fcrced to race a short hor.sc." A short horse Is one that has not been fully trained and has riot reached the maximum of physical perfection, "He will be a short horse every time In; goes to the post bcrau.se his legs nre such that i just cannot Sports Roundup HUGH KUI.I.KKTON JK. NEW'YORK, June 5. W)_ Chances are 'you can't compare, the Alabama baseball team that's going Into the southern NCAA playoffs this year with the 19JB or 1025 clubs ... in spite of its habit of winning Southeastern laurels, 'fiama may have plenty of trouble with Wake Forrest ... But back In 1018 the squad had Joe and Luke Sewell, Lena Stiles, niggs fitephcnson, Frances Pratt, Dan and Ike Boonc, all of whom became major leaguers . . . Luke Sewell still is In the big time as manager of the Cincinnati Reds . . . The 1025 outfit included Bruce Conatser. Andy Cohen, Emile "Red" Barnes, Max Rosenfcld, and Grant Gillls who made the majors, too, but wit): less renown . . . Altogether 25 Alabama athletes have made the big leagues, no', counting those who were just in for a look . . , nest prospect this season seems to be Ed White, an outfielder with a :I88 batting average for three seasons . . . He's also good pro football material. They'd Gopher Hit Jackpot The Bucxncu u. oiseball team Middle Atlantic Conference champion, claims the '-hiltingest" mound staff in college baseball ... All ir regular starting pitchers hit at least one homer during the season and Art P.aynor, the best Pittsburgh Finds Pennants Not for Sale Pirates Con.tin.iLe to Fall By KI-AINB KAHN i 1'1'n'SBUUGII, June 5. (AP)—Those free-spending Pillsbiirgli Pirates have sadly learned that love isn't Die only thing money won't buy. Cotton Pickers Mincer, belted three Raynor Vatiphn if ... N. Williams cf Thompson 2b .D. Williams 3b Adams Ib Duke ss Johnson If Fripod c Norton p ..... Totals ................ Luxora B. Wi.xson 2b ...... -. Conner's 3b ........ ... Lute.s ss ............. Wiseman Ib . ........ Coleman If ...... Baker rf ............. C. wixson cf ......... AB R H 5 " 5 '" caught hold of a "gopher" lossed by a Colgate pitcher ii. ...„ final game and lifted a tremendous wallop over the fence . . As he crossed the plate, catcher John Dyer, recalling some lost games moaned: "Gee, if we just had nine pitchers! " ... 43 10 13 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION IV I, Pel.! drill him hard." Jones said. "If White c I do. he may break clown and that ' Hfcl:s P ••• f rlon't v/.int to happen." I Wright p ... Citation has never been o\it of the money winning 29 of his 36 • To 'als starts and finishing second seven times. lie came back Saturday after finishing second five times in a row. He ran against one of the top sprinters in the nation—Bolero— only a wc?fc previously had set a new world's record of 1:08 2,'5 here for six furlongs. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 i 1 0 0 0 1 2 Atlanta 33 15 .038 i ii ,ir. Memphis 2i) 20 .592 jmonqrum Wins Birmingham "" "" '"" 22 23 25 23 New Orleans Mobile i 25 Nashville 21 Chattanooga 21 Little Hock 9 JsjziFt. Wayne Open .•157 .420 .191! NATIONAL LL'AGUR St. Louis . Brooklyn . Philadelphia Boston Chicago . . New York . Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . W 24 21 24 22 . 10 ..15 . n . 12 .600 .550 .514 .417 A.MKIUCAN 1.I-AGUI-: U I. Ne;v York . .......... 30 Jl Detroit 2fi 12 Boston 27 18 Cleveland 20 20 Washington . ........ 19 21 Philadelphia 15 I»H Chicago H 27 St. Louis 12 '20 FORT WAYNE, fnd.. June 5. </};— Because lie was steady over the long route and superb Jn the clutches suave Lloyd Mangrum was 32 GOO richer today and king of the first Fort ;W_nync Open golf tournament. The Gta4c-ngo clouter won the first JI5.000±ffiffrt Wayne meet at the Diehard Ridge Country Club yesterday as his nne-iinjcr-par final round gave him a 72-ho!e total of Rotund Ktl (Porky) Oliver of Kenmore. Wash., put the stjuteze on Mangrum in (he final te,st ycstcr- | day, and his grasp might have been let. fatal except for Lloyd's magnifi- .7.12 c.'cnl finl/jh. Oliver had a .034 274. V, total of .600 .500 .475 .343 .311 .lilfi Yesterday's Rcsulls Southern Association Chattanooga 2-5, New Orleans 0-1 Little Rock 4-1. I',iruiin 1; ham 1-2 Nashville 5-3. Moblli: 2-2 Memphis 5-1. Atlanta 2-2 Natlnn.il Ixingur Cincinnati 3-6, Boston 0-7 St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 2 ChicaRO 13, Brooklyn 8 New York 4, Pittsburgh. 3 Anirrlr.in I^aRin- Ne»- York 7, clcvrbtiil o Detroit 3, Washington u Boston 17. Chicago 7 St. Louis 12-G. Philadelphia 5-13 Women's Go// Tourney Opens on Dallas Course DALLAS June 5. Wi—A fjflrt of 197 moves on; today in .malilyiDf rounds of the women's Trans-Mississippi Clolf Touniam.'iH with defending champion llctsy [[awls of Austin, Tex., apparently the v =il lo beal. Miss Rnwls yesterday In.rnc.l up the 5.818-yard layout with a new course record oi 71-four under par The •1,000 fans who K 5 7 Pirates Send Pels Another Bonus Hurler By Tiic Associated Press The Southern Association « about SIOO.OOO .richer today,-but it's all! 'centered at New Orleans. Monday Matinee Cleo Young, the Timmonsville, S. C.. horseman, has a record of some sort of consistency. Young's youngsters have won the first two-year- old race of the season at Roosevelt Raceway for the past five years . . . When the Browns and White Sox played before a crowd announced as 042 the other day, the ac- tunl payoff was on 535 admissions. That's what you'd call conservative "padding." . . . Although New York University announced its is increasing the number of athlelie scholarships by so per cent, the authorities aren't making it a bit easier for Hugh Devore to, round up some foolball players . . . Frank <The Master) Lehy Is a partner in a new insurance brokerage firm with its main office here, is that because he wants (o insure having a successful .season? Them's Harsh Words Joe Montalvo, the Houston Buffs catcher, claims tie was tossed out of a ball game recently because he had a sore throat . . . Joe explained he was hollering for Manager Benny Bogmann to come out and dis- pitch -with the umpire and ump;misunderstood his hoarse era^f pUchcT^hc^".^ I ™> --^<~ "s£i "" hnrlcr Pittsburgh bought°for%hat L ~^ : amount before the 1043 season. The Southern League would appear to he loaded with good pitchers now. judging from Sunday's low-hit affairs. Chattanooga's Lookouts got the most safeties of the day—eight i —in the opener with the Pels and | won, 2-0, In the second, both team.'; : got five hits but the Lookouts made : theirs good for as many runs anil a 5-1 victory. ( Nashville won a pair from Mobile 5-2; and 3-2. in a battle of home- runs. Memphis' Chicks and the pace- j •setting Atlanta Crackers divirtcd i I twinbill. The Chicks copped the I curtain raiser. 5-2, and Atlanta won ! the finale, 2-1. Birmingham also! Bow to Osceola Juniors, 10 to 8 Blytheville's Junior Legion Cotton Pickers were handed their first defeat of the infant season yesterday afternoon, a 10-8 setback by the Oseeola junior Legion team. The Same was played at OsceoJa Ted Vance opened on the hill for the pickers but was pulled In favor of lefthander Leon Privett after he had walked Ihe bases full In the seventh inning. Privett finished for the Pickers and was touched for three hits and three runs in the one and two- thirds innings that he worked Vance was charged with the loss Kennedy .started for Osceola and lasted until sixth when lie v reitlaccd by Tommy Spiers. Osccloa Q. Tate ss .' Weinberg ib Spiers 3b-p Campbell If McLean cf .. White rf .... Kennedy p Center c .... Totals Langley Jb Cliildress Ib Halsell cf Vance p Privett p O'Neal 3b Holland rf Koonee c Bnrnham 2b AB .. 6 .. 5 .. 5 .. 5 .. 3 .. 2 .. 5 .. 3 lilytbcvilln t* 10 11 Belknap sa Dyer if Totals * 10 I odav's Games Southern Association Atlanta at Memphis New Orleans at Chattanooga Ririiiinghnin at Little Rock Mobile at Nashville National T,e,isue Brooklyn at Chicago New York at Pittsburgh night Philadelphia at St. Louis night Only games scheduled American League Cleveland at New York night Chicago a t Boston night Detroit at Washington night Only games sctieduled Well, the unip .already told me If I said another to h'lm he'd throw ne out or the game." If checkbooks produced pitchers— or catchers—the'pirates \vo\tiU be hanging pennant.? these days Instead of merely their heads.' A consistent winning pitcher and a hard hitting catcher would make all the difference In the world to the unhappy Bucs—currently zoom- Ing toward the National League cellar. Yesterday's 4-3 loss to the New York Giants was the Pirates' nth in the last 12 games, ft left the Buccos in seventh place, just three and a half games ahead of the basement-dwelling Cincinnati Reds. Concurrent with the latest defeat was word from the front office '.hat pitcher Bob Chcsnes had been optioned to New Orleans of i Southern Association. Chcsnes' banishment to the minors gave the Pirates a battery at two of their farm clubs that cost them about $200,000. Fitzgerald Down The 29-year-old right hander cost the Buccas $65,000 in cash arid another $35.000 in players when he was purchased from San Francisco of the Pacific Coast League In 1947. Earlier this season, the Pirates shipped catcher Ed Fitz Gerald to Indianapolis of the American Association. Fitz Gerald had a reported tag of $100,000 on him when the Pirates bought him from Sacramento of the Pacific Coast League, When he departed he was battiiig a puny ,067. The spendthrift Pirates also have $100,000 tied up In 18-year-old Paul Pettit, the bonus baby they've farmed to New Orleans. Pettit., also a disap]>oint.ment, was told by dos- tors at Johns Hopkins hospital ill Baltimore that all his sore arm needs Ls more work. Chesnes, who lias been complain- ng of a sore arm, had a won-lost record this year of three and three. In his stead, the Hues called up rookie Vernon Law, a 20-year-old New Orleans right hander. Robinson Meets VilJemoin Tonight PHILADELPHIA, June 5. (AP>— Sugar Ray Robinson, king of the world's welterweights, goes after another title tonight In a 15-roimd xmt with. the "indestructible" Frenchman, Robert Villemain. The Municipal Stadium match Is iiilled as a middleweight championship by the Pennsylvania Slate Athletic Commission. And the winner stands a chance to win National Boxing Association sanction as the titlcholdcr U certain conditions arc met. The middleweight, boxing division :ias been In a muddle ,ior a long Mme, ever since Jake La Motta won Woodcock Picked^ To Beat Savold LONDON, June 4. (/P)—The British press picks local boy Bruco Woodcock to whip Lee Savold tomorrow night In their fight for the British and European versions of the world heavyweight title. Woodcock got the edge by 6 to 4 In an informal poll of London box- Ing writers. Three of the /our who named Savold and four of the six who liked Woodcock predicted the bout would not last the scheduled 15 rounds. The bookmakers are betting that the writers picked the wrong winner. The money men rate Savold a 4 to 1 choice and the odds against Woodcock 5 to 4. Rain or shine, the flghl is due to go on about 2 p.m. (CST) tomorrow. The 50,000 tickets which will gross about $224,000 were all sold two months ago. Most of Woodcock's supporters are counting on youth to beat age. over Prance's Marcel Cerdan alter Cerdan injured his hand. Now La Motta is matched with Rocky Graziano, former midfijfc weight champ, for an NBA-sarS- tioned title go at New York June 28. N The NBA says the winner of that New York fight mast meet the winner of the Roblnson-Vlllemaln bout within 9fl days or forfeit his NBA- recognized title. THE AMERICAN DISTIUING CO., INC. UK'tOtl Mill I.L 11. r..., ... Junior Heavies Slated To Meet in Mat Matches Junior heavyweights lake m,. r to- nlKhl In the lag mairf, „,.,(„ ,,' V( . nt of the American Legion's wrr-stllni' bout at Memorial .Auditorium. In (he tnalii event. Klmer Davis and Albert l.cc a pair of IM-nonml- ers, will lake on p] Ijy ,! ,,y rli .,„,; Mickey FJaarncs, I wo sraj)|ik. r s of the same wcli;hl. In preliminary hout-i. meet Davis and lr. n will Ii.-iarnn.-i. liyrd will •• •- ........p, .,*. n ir . wji.ii H [ three-run outburst In the sixth In- ! nmg of the first game. Pat HUB- I t'ertys lr | pll . was t|lc b , Wow Ral . , Alklns added another tally with n i homer in the eighth. The Barons j couldn't get lo newcomer Art Me- ! Cnnncl! whose four-hitter showed ; he w?-s neuritis the form that made > him a 17-g.irne winner in 1919. i linron Hurler Ray Yochlm won ' his own gam,, will) a homerun in • the extra eighth inning of the night- i '.•ap. f-ltlfc Kick's Mllo Johnson was : willjin on.; i,ut of a l-o shutout In the seventh when Norm Zauchln ; drilled one oul of Ihe park and tied the score Then Yochlm took ; nuilli'rn In hLs own hands. I Election I'm: lo Iliv ri-si K n;iiio n of ('tinimamlcr Sliivlej' (m»v- >nx lo .Memphis) there will lit ;, i,OHiin:Uin K coin- "iiilec ;i[)[i<,ini< :( ! Tuesrljiy, June (ith. All inlerc.slcd i" die Legion In Jjc- Mi, r( . i,, I,,, pre.senl nl 8 p.m. DUD CASON POST 24 I'.'nil Million, Adj. Adults 50c—Children ELYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, June 5 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Elmer Davis & Albert Lee Vl'I'.SH.S Floyd Byrd & MicSccy Eoarncs Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Byrd vs. Davis LOG vs. Baarnes l-fssue Razorback Stadium Note- $ 100 Authorized and Approved By UNIVERSITY of ARK. BOARD of TRUSTEES Each Subscriber Entitled to Following Provisions: (!) Each Note carries o priority on TWO SEATS for ten year*. (2) Seats to be located in three center sections on West Side. (3) There will be only 1,500 of these NOTES sold. (4) These Notes are negotiable and holders are entitled to all privileges. {5) A person may purchase one or more NOTES if available. (6) Every application will be filled as long as issue lasts. (7) ALL NOTES are to be subject to call by the University of Arkansas Athletic Department at any time. (8) Priorities for tickets are only good if application is received each year before August 15th. (9) All monies derived from the sale of these NOTES will be spent for the enlargement of the ' stadium. (10) HELP US BUILD YOU A GOOD SEAT AND WE WILL REPAY YOU. Last Name Address USE THIS AS YOUR APPLICATION BLANK First Name Initial — City State _ Number of NOTES .Amount of check enclosed LITTLE ROCK GAMES Sept. 2—Eagles vs. Lions Sept. 23—Okla. A. & M. Oct. 28—Vanderbilt U. Nov. 18—S. M. U. FAYETTEVILLE GAMES Sept. 30—North Texas State Oct. 21—Baylor Nov. 11—Rice (Homecoming) MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO RAZORBACK STADIUM FUND Return Address: Athletic Department, Box 126, University Station, Fayetteville, Ark. GAMES AWAY FROM HOME Oct. 7—T. C. U., Fort Worth Oct. 21—Texas U., Austin Nov. 4—Texas A. & M., Col- fege Station Nov. 23—Tulsa, Tulsa

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