The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN Ex-Yankees Help Senators To Sixth Straight Victory BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAT 8, 1951 . Cleveland Whips Bombers Again 7-2; Cardinals Lose By JACK HAND A!' Sports Writer Bucky Harris ami his Yankee refugees are licking their chops over a six-^ame Washington win streak while the world champs squirm in the .second division. Ever since the "btg deal" senl Jnckie Jensen, Archie Wilson and Spec Shea to Washington for Irv Noren, the ex*Yanks have been hitting and pitching like crazy. Wilson htiK hit .526, Jensen .-150 and Shea lias pitched 1-0. double with the buses ]u;itlct1 hi the second liming clinched matters ngninst Kenny Holcomhe, Philadelphia's Alex K o 1 1 n e r shoved (he at. Louis Browns a little closer to (heir old homo with n fine 1-0 triumph over Knrl Mar- Before they left New York Wil- rist. Eddie Joosl's double, ft sitcri- soti was hitting.000, Jensen .105 and Shea was 0-0, Inflation must be catching on the batiks of the Potomac, Jensen cashed in two more hlt.s last night in 1 he Senators' 8-2 romp over feeble Detroit. The veteran Sid Hudson didn't need much help behind his five-hit effort. While the Senators continued to spree, the Ynnks still were shaking their heads ovev the strange sight of two straight Cleveland wins nt Yankee Stadium. Mike Gurcia got home with n 1-1 victory even though the Yanks nicked him for 12 hils. Stadium A Jinx The sIndium Is the place the Indians are supposed to fold their tepees Find steal silently into the nlghf. Last year (heir pennant bnom grounded on the banks of the Harlem, where they won only one out o[ 11 stnrts. For the fifth straight time Yankee Vic Raschl failed to RO the route, yielding eight hits ami live runs before retiring at the end of the fifth. The Indinns needed that decision to stick one game behind the league-leading- Boston Red Sox, who crushed Chicngo, 7-2, on southpaw Bill Henry's pitching and batting. The rookie backed up his five-hit work with R triple and single that drove in two runs. II was his fourth straight. Johnny Pesky's ground vules fice and an outfield fly accounted for the only run lu the first inning. Kellner gave Jive hits, Harriet only Jour. Brooks Win Brooklyn heruted home from U.s first- Western trip, sliU in possession of Ihc league lend, with the help of sonic stronger in relief pitching by Johnny Rutherford. The righthanded rookie from St. Paul came on after Icfthnndccl Chris Van Cuyk flouiKlc'rcri in the third. Although southpaws are supposed to make (be Herts curl up, this rlghtie gave thorn only three hits In a 6 2-3-innlng stretch, Leo Durochcr used his two New York Gltvnl aces—Sal MagHc and Lorry Jfmsen—to subdue Rddie Stanky's St. Louis Cardinals last night, 3-1. It was Maglic's win, his fifth straight. In 45 innings "The Barbur" has allowed only 22 hits and just five earned 1 runs. He gave up only six hits to the Cards, two by Solly Hcnitis. Howie Pollet broke into the win column for the first time this year with a five-hitter as Pittsburgh broke a six-game losing slump io whip the Phillies, 5-1. Five errors, two each by Gran Ilamncr and Connie Hyan, ruined loser Russ Meyer. Pour of Iho Pirate runs were 'unearned. The scheduled Boston-at-Chlcago dt\y game was postponed because of cold. Errors Help Chicks Break Losing Streak By The Associated Pres* Woody Rich, Roy Howes and Danny Muriaugh In Southern Association baseball Insl nlglit. uost notable Rich was notable for his pitching; Hawes for wrong direction looking ai^d throwing, arid Mur- t-aiigh for chinning. Rich had a no-ln'ttcr going for 1 1-3 innings ngninst ChaUnnooga but the big Memphis rjighthfmder weakened slightly and allowed three hits, Memphis won 5-1. In the /ourth inning of the same game Hawes made his imprint. Memphlan AI Kozar had singled .Mid Chattanooga pitcher Al Simn lunped a pickoff pitch to first baseman Howes. Hawc: v vusn't looking and th* ball went by him. Koznr took second, kept, going toward third. Hnwcs round the ball and threw it wild. Marv Ratikley got one hit for Birmingham—a grand tilam homer in the eighth lor a G-0 victory over New Orleans. Mitrtau?)) Ejected In the sixth Pelican Manager Murtatigh was working umpire Paul Hoy over with cliniter from the bench. Roy got tired and ordered Murtnugh out of the park. Mur- taush detoured by home nlale and had plenty more to say to Hoy. Little Rock whipped Nashville 65 but only 863 fans were wntchin^- That's one of the smalle.st crowds ol the season in any park Bstn British Champ h Entered in Greenbner \VH1TF. SULPHUR SPRINGS, \V. Va. I.-7V—Tlie winurr of Hie 72-liole Greonbrier Open starting today is going to have to shoot really sub- par coll. says Mu\ F"auH:ner. globc- UottinEr Briti?h Open Chamv*. Alter comparing the 6,368-yarrt Old White Course with links of stvernl countries he lias played, Faulkner Icols the par 70 lor 18 holes should be easy to beat. "The tir« nlnr is quite an easy par 34 and the back nine 36 is not very difficult," declared the Brit- isher. "There is no grecm you cniVt get on in two sirokes without loo much trouble." This is FAHlkrier? f ir s) visil to the Greenhrier and he was enthusiastic about. {(. "The greens are the closest to (my like Ihtoe In England I've eve played on." he r-a'.ti. "They're very ia.sT and that's very good for tne There are 37 pros trying for the $1,800 tirst prize to be awarded Sundav. the winning and lying rim. 1 ; . w scored in the ninth alter two meu were out. Joe Ei'Aull -singled home Harvey Zernia with the winning run and Runce Pless of NnshvJllc got a hit to run his hitting streak lo 25 games. Mobile's Bill Antonello hit his 10th homer of the seiison In Ihe 10th inning to give Mobile o victory over Atlanta. Brooklyn New York Chicago Cincinnati St. Louis Boston Philadelphia Pittsburgh NATIONAL LI:AOUH W I. I'd. 13 4 .105 13 & .122 & Yi 7 .032 12 8 .000 10 10 .500 7 13 .350 6 12 .333 4 18 .182 11 ',i AMMKICAN St. LonIs New York Philadelphia Chicago Detroit, > SOUTHKHN Mobile Chattanooga New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Nn.shville Little IZock Memphis W I: I'd. 11 5 .1117 14 7 .56? 11 7 .011 10 10 .500 8 10 .411 7 10 .412 i 12 .'jea •1 14 .222 ASSOCIATION Won Lost Pet 17 16 n 14 13 12 10 8 11 12 13 14 13 M 20 .680 .593 .586 .510 .41)1 .480 .41' .23 National Lfaffue National (.eiiene Brooklyn 5, ClticlrniiUi 4 Now York 3, St. Louis 1 Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia I Boston at Chicago (postponed cold) AMERICAN l.i;.\GUK Boston 11 Chicago 2 Cleveland 1 New York 0 Yesterday's Itc.siitfs Southern Association Memphis a, Chattanooga 1 Little Rock 6. Nashville 5 Birmingham 8, New Orleans 0 Mobile 8. Atltmln 7 (10 Innings) TODAY'S GAMES National tongue Boston at Chicago Philadelphia nt Pittsburgh Nw York nt. St. Louis tOnly games scheduled) American League Cleveland 7. New York 3 Boston 7, Chicago 2 Washington 6, Detroit 2 Philadelphia I, St. Louis 0 Southern Association All night games Mobile at Atlnnu Now Orleans at Birmingham Chattanooga at Memphis NnshvlIlejifLHtle Rock A polnsettln plant can be kep until the following season by pine ing it In the basement or some di place. IB SMS MARINES Could This Be the Senators' Year?Owner Clark Griffith Is Optimistic Nats Last Won a Pennant in 1933 But Building Program Paying Off WASHINGTON (AP), — The Washington Senators won their last American League pennant in 1933 — and have made few menacing gestures since. In Ihc last live years, for exam- Griffith paused, and then took the plunge. "You never can Icll," he said. "We might even have a chance this year." AD of which Is startling talk, even granting that the source is prejudiced, when you recall that less than a month ago experts voting In picked place. Trades Change Picture The club got only 162 points, the lowest of any team in the majors. Then how come nil tills big talk? Well, two trades made last Saturday pie, they have never risen [ram the second division. Yet the base- —-— ball picture hasi brightened —| temporarily a t least — that Calvin Grit lUh,j vice - president of the Senators, was saying today "We have some young pitchers on our farm clubs who are coming along fine. We've been figuring all along that we should have a Ja< * le JenMn chance for the pennant next year." an the Associated Senators Press poll for eighth have made most of the difference. The principal characters in the swap: senators Irv Noren, who went to the New York Yankee*, tad Sam Mele, who went to the Chicago White Sox. In return, the Senatori got, a wholesale collection that included Jim Busby ij the Whit* Box, and Archie Wilson, Jackie Jeiuea and Spec Shea ot the Yanks. ~It may be just a coincidence, but Washington hasn't lost since it Bol Its new look. Last night the Sent. , tors won their sixth game in a row, ' with Sid Hudson pitching a ftve- hlttcr to bsat the Detroit Tigeri, 6-2. Real th« Best The Senators haven't be«n picking on soJt touches. Among th» pitchers either beaten or chased: Bob Pe)Jer, Tommy Byrne, Bobby Cain, Ned Carver and Art Houtteman. But Grifflcn admits the newcomers are playing over their heads. "They'll simmer down some," h» said. "What we hope Is that they won't simmer down too soon." The polar regions have relattvriy dry air. BACK IN THE LINEUP—Ted Williams, Rod Sox sli, SH er, changed a Philadelphia Marine recruiting poster back to present tense reporting as a caplain for active duly. (NBA) Chuck Davey Scores Win Over Chico Vejar Wy (JIIARUiS CHAMBKULA1N CHICAGO </r>-There is no doubt that Cliico Vejar, the New York University pugilistic prodigy, has the heart or a lion, but last night he looked like a Inmb led to slaughter. It was deceptive Chuck Davey's ship showdown between the two for southpaw style and ballet-dancer i Chicago this summer footwork that guillotined " Rain Postpones Action in BWL Rain yesterday afternoon washed oui th» scheduled Bay Window League game hciKern r,i 'implement Company nnd Coach Jimmy Fisher's team. J, P. Gatrott, Y secretary, said that the game has been rc-sclicduled for tomorrow akernoon. the 20- year-old dramatic arts freshman. Beaten only once in 42 previous bouls, Vejar was as wide open to Dnvcy's left hooks as a prepared oyster, ami about as sloppy. The kid was knocked down four times. But that's nothing new lo him. In five other scraps he hiu! been floored nnd courageously arose lo win. Vejar arose last night with amazing stamina and kept coining back for more of undefeated Davey's left, which bloodied his nose, his mouth and his cheek and must have looked as big as a steamroller coming In at him af. the bloodshed progressed tbrougl 10 rounds. Proved Ills Worth Before 8,773 Chi[;i. 1: u Stadium fans nnd millions of others on television nnd radio, Davey proved bj his easy victory his worth as n foremost contender for Cuba Kit Oavilan's welterweight title. The International Boxing Club knowing full well that it has a hi on its hands' In Davey, the 26-year old holder of a master's degree from Michigan State, promptly be gan preparations for a champion FREE PRIZES Offered In Phillips Motor Co/s SAFETY CHECK PROGRAM Now Going On! There's nothing (o liny—nml yon don't have Io be nrcsfnl at the tlriiwing [May lilsl in order Io win either of I hose fine prizes, .hist bring your I'ord down for this free Safely Check-tip (il only takes 20 minutes) and reijisler for the prizes, linl. don't >v;iil loo )<mjj! C'onie down this month! 2 BIG PRIZES Awarded May 31st 50 Gallons Shell Gasoline.' 10 Chassis Lubrications CHECK THESE THINGS ON YOUR CAR! HR.AKKS . . . Do (hey lake hold promptly and evenly? \Vill hand liraKo hol<I Ihe car? 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