The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1950 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1050 BI/YTHEXTLl.E (AUK.) COTTBrRR NEWS Roe is Rough on the Cards; Owns 7-2 Two-Year Record By JACK HAND (Associated I'rcss Sports \Vriler) Preacher Koe must he Public Enemy No. 1 in St. Louis. Every time the Cauls gel hot, the lanky southpaw from Hardy, Ark., holds up the stop sign. 4k Tlie preacher man did it again last night, snapping ft seven-game streak, as he pitched Brooklyn to a 7-3 victory. The result slashed the 21/1 games. + Beating St. Louis Is eld stuff for Roc. who once toiled In the Card chain gang. Last year he whipped the Reel Birds four out of five. So far this year he's 3-1 against St. Lou with more than hall Ihe sea- •ANMNCS SOUTHERN 'ASSOCIATION W I. I'cl son lo go. Roe wasn't exactly a mystery tile Cards last for tlie Boston Braves on Sain Jcth- roe's ninth Inning single with (wo out. Jctliroc's hit, prolonging his lilting streak to 12 games, scored Sibby Sisti for a 0-5 edge over luck- ess Pittsburgh. Al Dark and Ilank Thompson proto night, yielding 10 hits. But he didn't need to be a master. Brooklyn scored four runs three of them unearned, iti the second Inning to ruin Red Mungcr. The leaky Card defense cost them the game—just ... it did the lastl f . or time they played m Flrooklyn when they blew an 8-0 lead on t- h r e e ninth-inning errors by Tommy Glaviano. Eddie Kazak's boot opened the door for the big second inning. Siiin Heals rilfslmrgh Rpe was at hi.-, best in the ninth. Vflfc the bases full and one out, bealnick out lied Schoendienpt and marie Stan Musial bounce into a game-ending force play. Johnny Sain, making the pitching comeback of the year, won his ninth ;dcd the power for the New York Giants' Sheldoir Jones in a 6-1 vic- St. Louis win | Cards' lead to lowed. Teutons finally was ejected. Next man up, Ncwhouser. doubled Kryhoski home. There was another argument when Ncwhouser was called out for running out of tlie base line, Four of the players involved in the eight-man deal Thursday night Atlanta ..... Birmingham . Memphis . . . New Orleans . Nastivillc . .. Mobile ....... Little Hock 10 36 34 . 31 . 30 . 27 . 21 . 11 .HI 3 .610 ,567 .525 .517 .458 .441! .193 NAT1ONAL 1.KAOUE W I St. Louis Brooklyn I'rcaehcr Itoe Lory over Chicago, the Giants' ninth win in 12 games, Thompson hom- ered to tie the score in the fourth and Dark's Uvo-rim double put the Giants out front to stay in the fifth. The only day game in the majors, Cincinnati at Philadelphia, was rained out. Newliouser Slops Boston Hal Newhouser whipped Boston the second time in six days, 4-1, before 51,086 Detroit home fans. Striking out Johnny Pesky four times, Newhousrr scattered nine hits. Hal's fifth-inning double drove in what prove to be the decisive run. There was a wild rhubarb in the fifth. It was 0-0 at the time, Detroit batting with Johnny Grolh on second and Aaron Robinson on first Dick Kryhoski forced Robinson ant Grolh scored when Umpire Bill McKinley ruled Kryhoski safe at first A mass protest by the Red Sox saw action as the New York Yankees Philadelphia Boston . .. Chicago . . New york , Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . Detroit . 1 York led by Birdif Tebbetts. Walt Dropo and Manager Joe .McCarthy, fol downed St. Louis. 7-5. Joe Oslrow- ski and Tom Ferrick pitched for tlie Yanks and Jim noising and George Sllrnweiss played for the Browns. Vanks Quit Losing: Osltowski slopped a Brownie lircat In the seventh after slarlerl Boston ,'ic Raschi was knocked out'. Then Cleveland ic was lifted for a pinch hitler. Washington Fcrrick finished up with two score- Chicago less Innings but the win went lo si. Raschi. Dclsing drove home two Philadelphia St. laws runs, scoring one. Slim- 1 sveiss, playing third base, knocked in one with a double find also scored otie. Alex Kellner, hit by a Dale Mitchell i'r.e drive, was in a hospital when his Philadelphia A's finally lost a 3-2 game to Cleveland. Kellner was hit on the left temple by the liner in the fifth and carried off tlie field, x-rays disclosed no fracture. Shortly afler Kcllncr's injury, Luke Easier hit a two-run homer that won the game. Rny Scarbcrough pitched Chicago to its sixth win in a row.7-1 over Washington. He walked 10 but al- 20 21 28 24 22 10 15 Tel. .640 .592 .563 .549 .511 .47.1 .355 .3011 AMERICAN LF-AC1UE 35 35 31 28 . 23 22 18 19 I'd .10 .66 -54 .53 .43 .41 .30 .35 Yesterday s Results Southern Association Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 4 Lltlle Rock 12. Mobile 5 Memphis 5,.New Orleans 3 Nashville 3, Birmingham 1 National I.«aeue Brooklyn 1. St. Louis 3 Boston 6, Pittsburgh 5 New York 6, Chicago 1 Cincinnati at Philadelphia Law son Little Takes First Round Lead in Palm Beach Tournament lowed only five hits. Pacemakers and Ark-Mo Victorious In City Softball League Doubleheader Trays Trounce Mob/7eJ2-5; Chicks Win 4-3 By The Associated Press The Little Rock Travs had their greatest night of the season in whipping Mobile 12-5 last nitjht. That was more plate, crossing than the Travs have done In any other game. Their previous high was nine runs In a game they lost. Milo Johnson gave up five hits in wimiing'Little Rock's llth game of tflfc season and breaking a tune- Fame, losing siring. Leo Ruchscr hit a two-run homer after two were out for Mobile In the ninth. Lou Lombardo Is Little Rock's pitcher tonight against Charley Samaklis o! Mobile. The Memphis Chicks were the only first division winners with a 4-3 game over N«w Orleans. Reliefer I.eo Golcoechea worked .his way past two pinch hitters to win. Pelican first baseman Al Grunwald hac a bad night. He was doubled off lirst twice when Memphis infield- crs made fine catches and hit into H double play. t Bert. Flamminl slruckoiit six Birmingham batters without a letup last night and fanned 14 in all a: Nashville won 3-1. The Vols now are only one hal B game out of the first division an< nine and a half back of the leagut Kilowatters Top ' Razorbacks; Lee Team Edged 7-5 Tlie Ark-Mo Kilowatters and the Burnett Hudson Pacemakers won mnke-up games in the City Soft- all League last night but neither ad an easy time over the supposed- weak opposition. The Wade Lee Cotton Company ine, which last week knocked off high flying Kilowatters 17-16, id its stinger out again last night nd forced the Pacemakers right own to the wire before dropping the Zither Mitri OrDauthuilleto Fight LaMotta By JACK HAND NEW YORK. June 17. Wj—Either .aurcnt DanthulUe of France or Tiheno Mitrl ol Italy will get the, June 20 title shot at middleweight champion Juke LaMotta. A "break" In the title bout came yesterday when Hocky Graziano American L*api« Detroit 4, Boston ) New York 7, St. Louis 5 'Chicago 7, Washington 1 Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 2 Today s Games Southern Association Nex Orleans at Memphis Atlanta at Chattanooga Mobile at Little Rock Birmingham at Nashville National League St. Louis at Brooklyn ChicuRo at New York Pittsburgh at Boston Cincinnati at Philadelphia American Learn* New York at St.. Louis Boston at Detroit Philadelphia nt Cleveland Washington at Chicago WICKET BLOW—nioria Noiii, American i nllci-skalinjt star, lakes n ciacl; ;il cricket in t.nmlon. Bern;»<lc,Ue O'MaLk-y. also of "SkatiilK Vanities," is Ihe wicket keeper. Blytheville Netman Advances To State Meet Quarter-Finals Gilpin, Nelson To Meet Canny And Kneilson 7-5 eight inning decision in ightcap. In the first game, the Kilowatter.s utslugged the winlcss Razorbacks f the Razorback Drive-In by a 13- score in a game that was close o the finish. Billy Denton of the Pacemakers •on his own ball game with a two- un triple in the eighth inning af- er his team mates had come from 3htnrt to lie the score at 5-all with two-run rally in the seventh frame. Dcnton Yields Five Denton was on the hill for the Hudson team and he was touchec "or five hits. L. W. Fitzrvugh worked the cotton team and yielded 11 safeties. Taylor, Pacemaker calcher, led both teams in hitting with three lits in three official times at bat. i^tzliugh got two for three for his :eam. The Kilowatlers piled most of their scoring into the last three innings in the first game. They scored seven runs in the fourth inning and two each in the sixth and cventli to gain the win. Jack Whittle worked for the Kilo- wallers and yielded eight bits. A. G Mosley of the Razorbacks gave up Ihe same number of binglcs including three home runs by Blickwell, Perry and Stewart. Whittle led Ins team's hitting with two liils in llirce trips and Lutes cot two for three for the Razor- acks. .vas forced out with a left thumb fracture. The International Boxing Club spent most of Ihe night looking for a "sub." The promoters insist there definitely win be a fight. But then, Jake has to agree too. Sugar Ray Robinson, world welter champ and middleweight king in Pennsylvania, isn't inlerested in being a "sub." His manager George Gainford. said in Havana "Ray's no sub fighter. He's a champion. \Ve hope to fight LaMotta in the future." At the moment Daulhullle appears out front. His French manager, Andre Barraut. said last night . Montreal he had been formally ivited to replace Graziano. He ouldn't say who invited him. Max Waxman and Col. John rrombach of New York, both fi- ancially interested in Dauthuille. uist be consulted. Waxtnan said le bout was "99 per cent in." Dantrnillle never has fought in few York but he has a fine record i several Montreal appearances. H •as there he whipped LaMotta on 'eb. 21, 1040, before Jake lifted the ro\rn from Marcel Cerdan. PRETTY M£SS—A happy fisherman \nkes n Uoop of IrovU from the Wailjiharmo Stream <>t the Lake Tiuspo (U.slnct on lh< KOI Ih Lshuu! of New X.c.i)an<- Former Champion In Women's Finals COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 17. </ V former champion and a ncwcom er to the women's collegiate gol ;ournament squared off today t battle for the in50 crown. Grace l.enczyk of Hartfon onn,. the 1948 champ, rcache the finals yc.sterdity with a 3 an victory over Tommy Riley of th University of Ulinois/Mtss Lcnc?,y a 22-year-old coed at John B. Ste son University in Florida, was th runner-up in in-H and 1949. Her opponent will be Betty Row Whisenhunt Team Takes 10-8 Win From Applebaum The Kemp Whiscnhnnt Icnm of the Bay Window Softball League won its second game of the season yesterday, a 10-8 verdict, over the Phil Applebaum nine. Larry Kneas was on the hill lor the victors against Bill Crawford for the losers. The win j;ave' the Whisenhunt team a 2-6 record and removed them from the league cellar. The Godwin Sporting Goods nine continues to lead the league with a record of seven wins and two losses while the Courier News, Burnett Hudson and Fred S. Saliba Com- lany are tied for second with iden- ical 6-3 records. The Standings: Team i W. Godwin 7 Courier ., 6 Burnett ." G Salibn 6 Meads 4 Applebaum 3 Whlsnnhunt 2 Ark-Mo 2 Stocky Knellsen, veteran of many a mat campaign, returns t/) Ihe Memorial Auditorium wrestling ring Monday night. Knellscn, a 200-pounder who has been making (he Mid-South circuit for a number of years, will team with one of his favorile cronies, Bill Canny, against Lucky Gilpin and Swede Nelson in tlie tag match feature of Monday night's American Legion wrestling bouts. This will be his first appearance here In nearly a year and his first time to Icam with Canny for even a longer period. He now operates In this circuit in only Ihe summertime spending his winters in other parts of the nation. Monday night's bout also will be the second here for Gilpin who made his dcbul before a Blytbeville crowd last week. Gilpin hails from Chattanooga, Tenn., and proved himself i a capable grappler in last week's bout. week he teamed with his bayhood friend, Eddie Gossett, and By WHITNKY MARTIN NiW HOCIIKLLE, N. Y., June 17. (AP)—After pausing briefly Burke Jr., Die field is back on Hie trail of l.awson Little in the fourth slightly dizzy I aim Reach Golf Tournament today. Little, leader of the* 10 competing pros with a point total of plus IS. lost, the lend to the curly-haired Dmkc in the morning round of yesterday's play, then won it back again in the afternoon to finish the day with plus 31 and a three point lead over his ival, Claude Harmon. Kighleen holes will be player! to- lay over the Wykagyl CounMy Club course, with the final 18 to- NOITOW, and with tlie standings changing wild startling rapidity the eventual winner was a mailer of wild guesswork. The tournament is played on a round robin basis, with each of the 16 competitors playing a foursome with each other contestant In one o[ the five rounds, Medal Sifirc Counts Points are awarded on a plus or minus basis based on the medal score of each player a.s compared with tlie other three In his lour- some of tlie moment. Thai is, a nlnyer with a TO will gain two points over a rival who shoots a 72. Medal scores can be very deceiving, inasmuch as Little, leading with pins 21. hns a 211 score (or his Ih\st three rounds while Lloyd Mangnnn, in third place with plus 17, has a medal score of 2O5. It all depends upon whom a Particular player happens lo be playing with at a particular lime. Fred Haas Jr., for instance, shot a oiie- nnder-piir 71 lor Ills afternoon round yesterday, but tost 11 points while Little. In a different foursome, shot R 71 anti gained seven. Haas' misfortune was in being In a four.some which Included Art Bell, who carded a 66; Jimmy Demaret, who shot a 69, and Inclden- to clias* Jack round of th« tally lost three points In so doing another newcomer, Felix Kohnke, in n six-way tag bout apainst Red Roberts. Al GeU and Walter Sirols. His showing against the three veterans, in spite of his youtiifulness, won him praise from the fans. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card, with Canny meeting ollpin in the first bout and Kneilsen tangling with Nelson. and Lloyd Mungrum, who tied the competitive course record with 65. The National Open champion Ben 1'ogan, continued his so-so play. and finished yesterday' rounds at the bottom ol the Us both from Ihe standpoint of po |n lotal and medal score. Little Ben sill weary from Ills open ordeal, 1 minus M points, and his medal, n a result o[ rounds ol 76, 77 and 70 is Vt3. Ohrw.i Forced Out In a sudden switch, diminutive Paul Runynn, who only recently returned lo comepliUve golf following a long absence, replaced Vic Ghezzl after the second hole ot yes- lerday morning's round, and per- Ghezzi was forced to retire be.- cause of a side injury. He wasmliihs seven for the first round Thursday, but Runynn, with rounds of 11-71, Liri'l.K ROCK, June 17—One of the two liiythevllle entrants ml the Arkansas men's closed tennis tournament advanced to the quarter-final rounds by wlunlnx bolh his opening and second round play yesterday, Harry Parr of Hlylhcville, who is a member of the University ol Arkansas lennLs Icam, defeated third - seeded Walter Iludlow ol Hot Springs In straight matches, 11-fl and 6-2, in ;cco[id round play. Farr defeated Walter Jennings In Ills lirst-rotmd match. Charles CrlgRer of Hlythevill*. also entered thf tournament but his name was riot listed among the survivors o( the second round. He wis slated to meet Dnbbs Sullivan In his first round match. Quarter - final and semi - final rounds are scheduled to be tun oft totiay with the finals to be played tomorrow. Second-round results: George Ounklin, Pine Uluff, hent tcrbert Zimmerman, pine Bin?'. -!. e-3. C. J. Illxnn. Port Smith, won rom Joe Mullens. Little Rock, by default. Joe Adams, l.iltle Hnck, beat Nicy. Johnson. Little Rock. 6-1. 6-1. George CM'lsUanos, Hot Springs beat Michael Young, Little Hock 6-1. 6-0. Harry Farr. Rlytlievillc, beat Walter Hudlow, Hot Springs. 11-0. 6-2 Charles Jones, Fort Smith, wor from Bill Baker, Fort Smith, by default. Jay Freeman, Little Rock, bea Duke Stone, Little Rock, S-0, l-l. Woodall. Stuttgart, best Nick Johnson, Little Rock, (first round bye) 6-4, 0-6. 6-4. Major League Leaders I'cl. .778 .667 .6li7 .6S7 .444 .333 .250 .222 row. That was assured by pairings which placed Mrs. Gordon Pcrrin against Betty Rushing In the semifinals. Roth are from El Dorado. fn the other semi-tinal match Mrs. Don Chronistcr of Pine BJuII meets jvtrs. Joe Miller of Hot Springs. The official state bird of Idaho is the mountain bluebird. gained eight points lo finish the third round with plus one. Wykagyl's par proved no mystery lo the all-star field yesterday. Twenty-four of the 30 rounds played resulted In par or better scores, ranging clown to Mangrum's sparkling 65. The standings at the start ol today's single round were: Little, plus 21; Harmon, plus 13; Mangrum. plus 17; Cary Middlecoff, plus 10; Herman Barren, plus eight; Jack Burke, plus four; Art Bell, plus four; Jim Fcrricr, plus three; Paul Runyan, plus one; Sam Snead, minus two; Jimmy uemaret. minus three; Fred Unas Jr., minus nine; Norman Von Nida, minus 13: George Fazio, minus 17; Chicfc Harbert, minus 18 and Ben Hcgan, minus 24. Top College Nines Meet in Tourney OMAHA, June 17. Wj —The to teams in the 1050 National Col legiate Athletic Association base ball tournament clash tonight i Ihe second round of tbe doub elimination meet. Rutgers meets Wisconsin at 7:30 p.m. ICST) and Washington State meels Alabama at 9 p.m. (GST) In a winners' bracket card. Whichever pair loses out in tonight's competition slill has a chance lo end up In the winner's position since two defeats are required to drop them from the meet. Washington Stale, pride of Ihe wesl, had a tough Urae clinehhiK a place In the winner's bracket last, night with a 3-1 victory over Tufls in the nightcap, but In the opener Alabama's Prank Lary scattered seven hlUi to an underdog By Thr Associat NftllnnRl Lragu* Hattim?—Musial,. St. Louis, JWj Slaughter, St. Louis, J550. Runs—.iethroe, Boston, 44; Torge* son. Boston, 41. Runs balled In—Sailer, Chlcmto, 43; Enn's, Philadelphia, 41. Flits — Slaughter. St. Louis. »9; Musial, St. 1,0111s. Jelhroe, noston, and Snider. Brooklyn. fi?>. Doubles—Robinson. Brooklyn. 21; Musial, St. Louis, 19. 'rlples — Mitsial, St. Louis. 8[ laughter. St. Louis, 5. Home runs—Klner. Pittsburgh, Hj Gordon. Boston. 13. Stolen bases—Jethroe, Boston. 11; Forgeson, Boston; Reese, Brooklyn, and Terwllligcr. Chicago, B. Strikeouts — Spahn. Boston, 70; noberls. Philadelphia. 62. Pitching — Miller. Philadelphia, 4-0. I.HOO; Miller. Chicago; Brnile. St. IjOuis and Konslanty, Philadelphia. 4-1, ,800. American League Balling—Kell. Detroit, .386; Drn- po Ho.iton, .366. Runs—Williams. Boston. .17; fes- ky and Stephens, Boston, S3. Runs baited In — Williams *n4 Stephens, Boston, 84. lilts—Kell, Detroit, 81; sUph»m, Boston. 70. Doubles—Kell, Detroit, 19; Zurilln, Boston. 16 Triples — nilllngcr. Philadelphia, 8; Duerr, Boston, and Henrlch, New York, 0. Home runs—Williams, Boston, Iti Rosen, Cleveland, 17. Stolen bases —Dllllnger, Philadelphia. 5; Valo. Philadelphia; Doby, Cleveland, and DiMagglo, Boston, 4. Strikeouts — Reynolds. New York, 4-0, 1.000; Byrne. New York, 7-1, .875. Open SUrti I:M Bradley Icam, as Alabama won H-2. Rutgers upset defending champ- Ion Texas 4 - 2 » n d Wisconsin trounced Colorado A. fr. M., 7-3 in opening games Thursday .nlsht lo take the other two position In the lop bracket. Voting is Heavy In Ali-Star Race CHICAGO, June n. (/Pi—VoU* In he national baseball poll to decide -he starting lineups for the 17th innual all-star game in Comiskcy Park July 11 arc being received at inte of 10,000 daily. Through last night, the total vole cast by fans reached 50,416, The ballot casting opened Monday anri will continue until midnight July 1. From l',!t mllHon to 2 million vote. 1 ; are expected Lo he forwarded before the deadline. Stan Musial. the St. Louis Cardinal first baseman -out fielder, still is the Tans most popular baseball hero with a collection of H.2M votes. George Kell. Detroit third Backer, is second with 13.651, closely followed by Jackie Robinson ol Brooklyn with 13,102. El Dorado Women in State Golf Finals PINE BLUFF, Ark., Juac 17. (jD —No matter what happens today, an El Dorado contender is going to be in finals of (he Arkansa;. Women's golf tournament tomor- \ leading Atlanta. First place since Atlanta lost 5--1 to Chattanooga. Manager Mike His?] us of Birmingham, pitches Dick LiUlericld fB-2i tonight agains* Pete Modicn (1 -0) in the second game of the touchy series. land, 20-year-old economics student at Rollins College. Miss Rowland gained the finals with a 5 and 4 victory over Marjorie McNceley of Stetson, The finals v ill be 18 holes over the par 78 Scarlet Course at Ohtu Slate University. BLYTHEVU.LE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, June 19 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Stocky Kncilsen & Bill Canny Adults 50c—Children 1 5c Lucky Gilpin & Swede Nelson I'or Reserved Seats, Call 3389 Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Canny vs. Gilpin Kneilson vs. Nelson IN PERSON RADIO'S GREATEST HILLBILLY PERSONAUTY. Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizer Custom Application Chas. on Phones 6847 — 6204 Mile Boulh on Iliulnvny 61 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Saturday "INDIAN AGENT" with Tim Unit Also Cartoon ft Serial Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— Lorella 1'ounK and Robert Mltcfim* In "RACHEL AND THI STRANGER" ALSO Boris Karloff £ Bel* Logo* In "Tht Body Snah:h«n" Cartoon it Serial "Haiders of Ghost CUy" Saturday Owl Show "Behind the Eight Ball" with the Kitz Brothers Sunday & Monday First Time In Blythevilla Victor .Mature & Lucille BaH (n "EASY LIVING" Cartoon & Comedj BIU MONftOt AND HIS BLUE GRASS BOYS AND QUARTET — RUCK BEDS Made from the F^cst Oak aARKSDALE MFG. CO. 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