The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1952 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 13, 1952
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?AGE EIGHT BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Major League Clubs Rush To Meet Roster Deadline NATIONAL New York Brooklyn Chicago Cincinnati 'SI. Louis Philadelphia Boston Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pel. 16' 5 14 6 H 8 14 9 11 13 8 13 8 M « 20 OB .750 ... .700 1 .BO!) 'I 1 '-, .6(1(1 2' 2 AM 6 .3S1 7' 2 .164 8 .200 12'.i Browns, Senators Trade Players; Yanks Cut Squad By RAI.I'll KODKX NEW YORK (APJ—This is "sweating out" week in the major leagues. By midnisht Thursday. May IS, ; forces. (lie 16 clubs, wilh the exception of] The Dodgers hnvp 27 playors In- those rarryhiir roeontly returned j rlllrtinfr ouUir-lilr-r DirJc scrvirr mnn. must Khavi- thrir rns-jnml pilclior Billy l.ors whr> <«-r lers lo Ihe required 2S.|>!ny<>> Hmil. j riischnrpcd tram ' ilir- .--fivi<r> in HI Four tennis, WtishinRton. the I past year. Williams 1 Philadelphia Athletics. Chicago hip, however, on year will he May ''<) and Iho AMERICAN LKAfillE Cleveland Washington Boston St. Louis New York Chicago Philadelphia Detroit 11 8 .680 13 B .B!9 2 14 9 12 12 II 11 11 13 8 13 S 17 .fiOO 2 .500 4VJ .500 Vi .•158 5',i .38! 7 .227 IOU Southern Association Won Lost Pel. Mobile Chattanooga New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Nashville Little Rock Memphis 20 19 20 18 in 13 11 7 .667 .571 .233 White Sox and Cincinnati, already i Dodgers must release one nlavcr have trimmed their squarls lo the at thru time. proscribed 25. The St. Louis Hrown.s, who yesterday acquired second bfiscnuin rookies Kit Mathew? Hnston also lias 27 on Us srjund. '- ' —- extras permiili-il arc Phil Wise- PT-- TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1981 . Cass Michaels from \Vashln«(nn | mint. MmhrwV year ol -race ends and entered n claim for Stubby on July n and the Braves will CK-ermlre of Ihe New York Van-; be Jorreij (n )opc nil one man on Icces. may hove Ihe bluest roster I that dale. to chop. If Ihfiy obtain Ovormire, ( J'MIs 2fl The Phils are cnn-ylnK "-K play- who will be. released by the Yanks, the Browns will hnve 30 plnye YESTr.ROAY'S RESULTS N'nlinnnl LCIRUP Philadelphia at Brooklyn postponed cold and wcl grounds. (Only game scheduled. (No games schnd tiled) SnuLlieril Assnci^linn Birmingham R, Memphis 4 Atlanta 0, LHUe Hock 3 Mobile 5-6, Nashvillfl 2-3 New Orleans 7, ChaUnnoogn fi TODAY'S GAMKS National League Si. Louis at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at Boston (nfgh)> Cincinnati a(. New York (night) Chicago at Philadelphia (night! „. . - . , crs mcliidini! lehhanricr Curl Sim- Iticy can carry 2r> because- pitcher; mons. who returned lo Hie te.i'n H( Dave Madison Is a service' Ihe .season's star) . following a tour rclinnee, j Army rimy. St. Louis cave up pitcher l.ou; Detroit 'also will be allowed lo Sleator anri inficlder Fred Marsh' curry 2Fi players because pitcher tor Michaels. The Browns also, Ait 'llomlcman 'was"in the Army 'still i have a couple of trades on the fne i IK.SI year. nnd may trim (heir rosier lhal,' The New York Yankee.- rerliir-e way. If no deals are consummated 1 Iheir mimViers to 2f> vosterriav Ihc foflowiiiK Brownies face the j Besides releasing Overmnre the ax: first baseman Hank Arfl, ('.in-; Yanks optioned Andy Carey $W) don Goldsbeiry or Dick Kryhoslcl, > 000 bonus thirrl and mtielder Stan Rojck and oiillicldcr' nilcbcr Art Srhallwlc lo K.msiis Earl Rapp. j city. In acirii'.inn. third baseman ," Oilirrs Wnn't Ciil , Tom Morgan are service bound Three oilier clubs, the Brooklyn'. but their reporting dale is tin Dodgers. Boston Braves nnd Phtia-; known.. To gel down to Hie player delphia Phillies, are over tlu> limit, limit the Ynnks may send mil Jim bill, will not have lo cut rinwn he- i Hridewosr.-r nr erne nl two veteran cause Ihpjr personnel Includes re-:( basemen—Johnny Hoop or cenl tplurneos from the al inert ! Johnny Mipo. American League Boston at Chicago Philadelphia at S<- Ix^ulR Washington nfc Detroit New York Rt Cleveland Bnulhrrn Assnclallon Nlpht Cannes MemphiF nt NashvJHfi BlrminRhnni ni- Mobil* Only games scheduled Henry Harrell, Galento Win Tag Decision v Henry Harron, me southern junior heavyweight wrestling champ, end Al Galento out. roughed Roy Welch and Fields last nlfrht, tn j take (he tap match leatnre of the i Since American Legion's wrestling boilU yoimi-sler st Memorial Auditorium. Harrell and Galento won the free- for-all by fakliifi the firsl and third Courier DefeatsBankers 19-7 in Commercial Tilt The Courier Nrws 1 nirty fwx rackcri up llicir [its! win n[ ihi> Com- tiiprc'.nl So/thall league jcason ycstcvday altcni(»ii rtefcaiing farmers' Bank JB-7 flt Mnloney ParV. Hill and F. Herryhill hi* surces- slve home runs oft Hollnsavall In Freddie Rounsavnll hurled all Ihp way lor the Sox lo get credit for his first win. He pitched seven-hit Ihe third inniiiR. tall and got good support afield HS Th - ,- ov , „ . .. . . . his lr.Jini-iv.atrs backed him up with! K an ll-hlt attack on Calvin Hill, thi> i * comif! " of " 1pir Ip nin Money ChanRprs' hurler. Floyd Ollison, Dirly So; baseman led the Courier at the plate with four hits Including a second SCOI j first two Innings. They capped 'X second i Miings off with a five-run fifth inning horn* run. Williams homr-rpd for thp Rox. also inning. This afternoon, Meartrnvbrook Dairy was scheduled to play Duro- Ohrrmie in another league enme. Afier Seven Years of 'Loafing' Castellani Wants to Keep Busy B> .1ACK HAM) "YORK (/Pv-II. took seven years b u wants to be i busy fishier. has ine Luxerne, been five or .six to R year. He's been treading water in Ihe middle Rocky Castellan. Pa.,[ai upset unanimous rlccisinn over »•'-'Johnny Bratlon. once Hie NBA wellerweifhl ch.impinn. his i falls in wildest bouts ever stngert fast. minutes with knee llfls lo the throat i C0 ntrnc.l and a body pin. Then he defeated Fields tn nine minutes In the same weight division, going nowhere lost his manager in ,ltm- 'soctated with r the the closing do small indoor arenas fighi,<; were loiiHh , , to get. So Castellani went to the Bl'm. walling for Sullivan lo land Ihe match he always wanted .Billy Graham. Thov finally meel Friday in a Mndison Square Garden ten. "Hurty wnnlort Ihis even more lhan I did." said Sullivan ie, Garcia Have Best ERAs AP's Figures Show New York Ace Has Amazing 1.02 Mark ! By H1CN OI.AN ! NT,W YORK >/}•> Pitchers Sal 1 Moghe of the New York Giant-, i and Mike Garcia of the Cleveland j Indians the best earned run ,' avoi-aKcs today at the close of the first mouth of the major league [ l l-'iKiires releaseri bv The Associ-' 1 aleri Press' new slntutirnl toitrrnii : tlisclosed that Mastic, acp of the . Giant.s' stroriG 1 nicnnui corps, hns yielded only five | earned runs in 44 innings, nil of the t.illir-s earned, for! al 1.02 earned run percentage. Garcia surrend- • crcrl 12 runs, sev- j en earned. In 541 Inninjjs for a 1.111 porcccitage. lo top ! t -h e American Leagtie. The Ind-l ian riKlvthanrier hns won four games and lost two. Maglie is unbeaten in live dc- r risions. | Maglip and Garcia \vere aniotiR I the leacue leaders In earned runs j last year. Sieve Gromek. Garcia's teammate, actually owned Ihe hesl FMA J in the Amoricau Leaffiie. but he , did nol pitch the required 25 inn'• ln(-'S to fjllnlify. The 32-year-oid i righthander bin-led only 22 innings and jiermitled only two earned ) runs for an 0.82 mark. j Basefiall experts Rcnerally evaluate a pitcher's effectiveness by his earned run average, rather than his wnn anrt lost records. Any run ! permitted by the pitcher thai has ! not been aided by an error or a | passed ball is scored as earned. i To dclermine a pitcher's earned run percentage, the total earned , runs are multiplied by nine (inn- i Injjsi and divided by the number 1 of innints pitched. ; Hunilers-lip lo Maglie and Garcia ', are Karl Drews of the Philatjel- • phia Phillies anri Duane Pillelle of the St. Louis Browns, TUB BIO KOdR—Clevelanti's pitching has been the most efficient in the major league's for four years and this quartet is out to make it five. They are ileft lo nghti Bob I/rnon. Mike Gnrcia. Early Wynn and Bob Feller. The B'v Fran- this year have been doing, "iron man" duties, often seeing service in relief roles after taking regular starling turns. (N'KA) Red Hot Barons Beat Chicks; Atlanta Wins By SI Kill,ING Sl.AITKV Associated Press SporU Writer The only thing standing in the way of Birmingham and a first division spot I" !he Southern Association is Atlanta. Y's Junior Baseballers Thump Armorel High 21-2 The Blylheville Y's junior baseball team combined an 11-hit attack with the wildness of two Armorel huriers and a double handful! of errors to whip the Armorel High School nine 21-2 at Armorel Park yesterday afternoon. Bob (fl<?c!) Childress was on the*— _ mound for (he Y .nine and he pitched two-hit ball through the seven innng game, The only two hits Childi'ess gave tip came tn the third Inning when Armorel scored one of its two runs on two singles and two walks, Dyer started on the hill for Armorel and lasted until the second when he was showered with a four hit attack that was helped along by his own wilrfncss. The Y nine scored eight runs in that big second. B. Ashmore took over for Dyer in the second and finished. Dyer was tagged with the loss. Besides pitching two hit oail Childless also led the Blytheville team in batting, pounding oul, two singles In five times at bal. The Y Uam is composed entirely of high school aged boys, all eligible under American Legion junior ba«eball regulations. Brjx- score: Blylheville AB R Fowler ss 2 2 Hill ss Garner 2b i Birmingham 2b Bynum cf Lang ley cf Cliilciress p .... Halstead c .... Burnham c .... Whisenhunl 3b Privett 3b Rinnmehani is the hottest article : in tine Southern this month — eisht; the Barons are inferior to --•-,- -i ,- Crackers in Ihe standings by victories and four defeats. But still' games. Why is Lifers Beat Moose Lodge In BWL Game American United Life's Lifers got (heir third straight Bay Window Softball League victory yesterday Because Allanla tn-aily just as hot. The Cra.v 'h»ye won eight and lost five this month. First l-anked Mobile is a six-victory. five-defeat team in May other records are Chattanooga 8-5^"•'l 6 •,, Rock 3 ' 8: Memphis 3-9; Nashville 7-0 and New Orleans G-8. Chicks Lose Bolh Birmingham and Atlanta won last night _ the Barons over Memphis 6-4 and Atlanta Litlle Rock. 8-3. Mobile Hays If West If Holland Ib Hall Ib .... I Mosley rf . prac- j Williams rf Ihe two: over won two nflernoon. whipping l.odge 9-1. .1. P. Garrott pitched three hi! ball for the Ijfers while he and his teammates were combing Jack Raw- Moose pitcher, for 10 hi's the Moose i f ''", m Nashville. 5-2 and fi-3. New Orleans defeated Chattanooga 7-6 Men's ni e nt in Allanta brousht 4,383 of (hem out for a free ride on the turnstiles. Eal Mann's ! includin: Lute? a home nin by Ciyde Totals Armorel Brown If Graham ss ........ Cassidy rf Dixie cf Hardin 3)> Bradshaw c H. Ashmore 2b B. Ashmora Ib-p ... Dyer p-lb Totals ..35 AB .. 3 .. 3 2 ... 2 .. 3 . .- 2 ... 0 ... 2 ...3 1 t 1 2 1 2 I 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 I 21 R 1 0 0 f) fl I 0 0 0 Boxers Today Ignore Work, Dempsey Says CHICAGO U^And In this corner, ladies and gentlemen, we have Jack Deinpsey who will punch out some advice for today's fighters. He says: "The trouble wilh most kids Is they don't want to work. After three or Jour fights they want to be champion. And they can't take advice. "Beinj? a tighter you must do n. lot ot things you wouldn't do ordinarily in order to get on top. Yon golta be a mean guy to be champion. You gotta be pretty cruel to be a fighter. "You see a guy standing: there with his hands down and you shut your eyes and give him what it takes lo get it over. You could hurt someone. Thank God I never did." Dejiipsey, in Chicago )o referee one of his 150 or so wrestling malche.5 per year 1 , said if he were just starting out as a boxer again, ! and knows what he knows now, he would "go to school and get an education, maybe a law degree " Dempscy s a. i d Middleweight Champion Sugar Ray Robinson wil 1 ^ 0 \ have to give away loo much weight • ' to beat Joey Maxim, the lighl- heavyweight lUleholdcr who meets Robinson in New York June 23. "I think the winner will be Maxim." said Dempsey. . treasury collected fares from only -J*<i ladies. AI Dumouchelle. recently ob- The Lifers not. off tri a quick starl ! £ amert fr "m Milwaukee, won his scoring six of rheir nine runs in the ' ! «artinjr assignment. He gave first two Innings. The Mnose Loose i lr ™«s seven hits lo be- sroreri its only run in the first ; , ™ m * fourth straight Crax inning. j P lfrtlpr '" B" all the way. Tills afternoon. Mr-Sir!'?: Clothiers were scheduled tn plav 61 Implement Company in another league game. Amputee Softboll Team Defeated in Its First Game SPOKANE. Wash. (H ~ An amputees' soflball learn, with one- j legged men in the infield, one- |J its debut in a regular city league 'Jj last night and got licked 11-6. The amputees, most of them war veterans, had a rough time with ground balls but did well enough «t the plate to stay in the running. Par from discouraged, they agreed with young Lee Hargis who Bain: "We'll win plenty of games Tvhcn we get used lo Ihis." Harris left his leg on a Korean battlefield. He can't maneuver well enough to play yet but he yelled himself hoarse coaching first base. The limbless ball players were organized last month by Jim Larkin. 21-year-old ex-msrine who lost his arm to a Communist in South Korea. For most of the players it was sniper their gam« since they The year of highest U. S. farm | income wns 1947 when the tots!' rrnrhrrt J17 billion 150 Women Enter Spa Tournament ! HOT SPRINGS, Ark. M>1 — An : estimated 150 women golfers from Ifi Arkansas Count!}- Clubs plus a delegation from a Monroe. La.. Club are expected here Friday for an In- ! vitational Women's Golf Meet. I Mrs. Gordin Perrin of El Dorado, j 1951 Arkansas Women's titjeholder, i is also expected to he on hand (or! the tourney to be held a< the Belvedere Country Club. The meet will be sponsored by the Belvedere Country Club Women's. Golf Association. "How come- vou're always laying' off?" asked Sullivan. "What's the ; matter. Why dnn'l you keep fighting?" on : manner. Things got oul of hand In I he second (all. All four wrestler;; got In the ring in Ihe early minutes ana after 18 minute,': of sluegine it out „ , Welch and Fields sot Galento and ! , ;' ' ™" ' ''"""sianrt it. in,. Harrell In bead locks anri nirmed ! ?. ss \* f< * n " cvp ° r something them with Tennessee splits, i __ f ""'• .' Wi " 1 ' <0 fccp n Boine, In the third fall Field! Wants In Fight "Nothing's the matter." said Rocky. "I can'l miderslanrl it. Un tad thincs com? his way until hr m- .luj-crl h:5 shnnlrier in applying flying tackle.- to GMculo. HE knockrd Cln- iento nut wifh his larkles but \va:> unable to take advantage of it br- cause of Ihe shoulder injury, and Harvrll ru?hrd iTi to pull his partner on top or Fiflns and the referee coumd Flfirf; mil. Hicii Harroll went to work on Wrlch. dcfe.itmi: him in three minutes with knee lifts snd a pin every week nr iwo. "Okay." sruri Sullivan, "you've • gor a tii-lil next week." * | 'Hie opponent for Car-tcllant's : lii'=i start since he u ns .slopped by Frme Dm anrio in a riotous baitlc was Ralph i Tiger" .Innes al the old RidiiewwKi Grove Arena in Brooklyn. Rocky wnn. Nine d.ivs laior he was li.-u-k- again willi Ralph Zanrlli al Providence. II was another CM sir-Hani victory, Kiclils Grahiun Krldar Ten riavs alter ibe Zanelli fichl. Tn the picliminary bonls, Galrn- • •••- ",...,..., ..^,4,. lo was rliifi'MlifiTi for unnecessary R "cky was in the Gnvden winninc roiistuic" anri Welch heal Harreil j in nine m:i:'.;lc5 wifh a tiovihie jack ' knife. FOR IMPROVED KlftNIY FUNCTION Suhnornrwt kidney function ptpved, Bladder pain »n«i discomfort reduced in most observed rn.<« sfier drink- in^ Mountain \ r all*y Waier, Octicioxit — tteSiv- ered ri^ht to you. CASH 501 \Vrsl 1'hrnic -. 1'hnnc lf)73 ^ MountainYaUey J Water ^^^ Free Picture Of Your Catch Jnst bring .voiir Mrinr of fiyh to enr store and wp'll lak? a nirlurc for yon any (imr until 5;(W r.M. No fharji- at *V. Good lurk to ynu on your fishing. Barney's Drug CA.MKRA HUADQI'AHTKHS . M.%tn Fhone Sfi(7 STRAIGHT BOURBON WH(SK|Y rat uuiKtK ftuiiuiiG co»f nut, me . mu cu. FREE PRIZES Will Be Given Awoy in Phillips' SAFETY CHECK PROGRAM JOE ATKINS MACHINE WORKS COMflltt SHUT MITAL tHOt IT«UCTU»M Sltlt • CAJ AND IUCTKIC WItOIHO • GIN MfAHi . 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