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»AGB EIGHT BLYTHEVn.l.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JURY 28,1>M 2-Week Loss of Simmons To Be Big Test for Phillies H) JACK HANI* Temporary lo,ss of Curt Simmons, top National League pitcher with M wins, puts •the Pliillie whiz kids to the real test, ftddie Sawyer's staff must take up the slack for two weeks until the $65,000 bonus baby returns from a National Guard ciimp. This Is the tlilrd mid-summer* ' trip for Simmons. In oilier . I , t\ i i S*C"I I J Chevro/efs Protect CSL Lead By Beating Pacemakers 10-8 camp "•(• — — vears It didn't matter. He was just another wild youngster with a slingshot, arm. Now he's high man in the league. When he leaves tomorrow, there will be a gaping hole In the Phil defense. Simmons protected the Phils IV.. E ame lead over the St. Louis Cardinals with a 13-3 decision over the Chicago Cubs yesterday. Curl allowed seven hits, including a homer by Andy Palko, tanned live and walked five. ' Del Knnls ruined the Cubs, driving In seven runs with a double in the seventh and a homer in the etehlh each with the bases loaded. Bums Slop Musial St Louis stuck close to tile Phils with a rousing 13-3 romp over Brooklvn. The Cards broke Ihc game wide open after it had gone 1-1 through the first six innings Enos Slaughter and Chuck Dlerins each hit U-o homers and Del Rice hit one but Slan Musial's 30-game batting streak was ended. Musial went hitless In five Irips. The loss cost Hie Dodgers third place when Boston grabbed a 5-3 night victory over Pillsburgh hind Warren Spahn. Tile Braves' lefthander had a shutout until the ninth when the Pirates bunched three of their eight hits lor all their Cincinnati lid New York were Idle. As happens so often in baseball. an old teammate came back lo haunt the New York Yankees. - George Stirnweiss, traded to St. Louis in June, came through with a ninth-inning single to break a tie with a 3-2 Brownie win. Tiffers Beat Boston The loss dropped the Yanks a game and a hall back of 'Detroit, which knocked over Boston. 5-1, in «n afternoon game. As Cleveland also lost to Philadelphia. 1-2. Ihe Tigers gained on all other first division clubs. Stirnweiss' hit followed * single by Sherm Lollar and » walk to Roy Slavers in the ninth. There was only one out when he singled to left to hand Tommy Byrne his fifth loss. Al Widmar. nlcketi for two runs 111 the fifth, was helped to his fifth win by five double plays. Dizzy Trout, who figured RS second string bullpen pitcher last spring, whipped Boston for the third time, lo help, the Detroit ; cause. Four double plays helped Troul out of deep holes as he salvaged the lone Tiger victory of the three- game set with the Red Sox. A three- run filth inning in which Vic Wertz hit his IQth homer with a man on ruined Boston;:; • Lou Brissie, the "losingest" pitcher in the majors with 13 defeats, calmed the Indians with four hits for the first Philadelphia win over .the Indians In their last 10 starts. Washington split a pair with Chicago, winning the First 3-2 and losing Die second, 6-3. Schedule Gives Nod to Barons In Dixie Race ANMNCS SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W I. I'd, Atlanta . 63 30 .CM Birmingham R9 40 .590 Nashville 57 45 .559 Memphis 52 48 .520 Mobile 46 53 .4«r> New Orleans 44 54 .419 Chattanooga 43 59 .422 Little Rock 34 63 351 Philadelphia St. Louis . Boston . . . Brooklyn . New York . Chicago . .. Cincinnati . Pittsburgh . NATIONAL LEAGUE W I 55 52 49 47 43 39 37 33 Pel. .69! .518 .557 .553 .483 .448 .416 .371 AMEK1CAN LEAGUE W L Detroit New York . ... Cleveland . ... HosUm Washington . Chicago Philadelphia . St. Louis . 57 56 5fi 53 42 38 33 32 Yesterday's Results Southern Association Nashville at Mobile, rain Only game scheduled National Lemrvc Philadelphia 13, Chicago 3 St. Louis 13, Brooklyn 3 Boston 5. Pittsburgh 3 Only games scheduled American Detroit 5, Boston 1 Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 2 Washington 3-3, Chicago 2-6 St. Louis 3. New York 1 * Surtivan-N'clson's Chevrolet pro- te:ted their C'ity Softball League IcaJ last night by defeating the Burnett Hudson Pacemakers 10-8 in the final game of a league ttouble- heatier at Walker Park. In the lir.st game of the twin- bill Hlylhevilte Motor Company's Motormen imimded out a 12-6 decision over the Jaycee.s. The Chevrolet-Pacemaker game was a wild affair with cnor.s and wildness of the pitchers piayin: big parts. The Chevrolet^ scored nine runs In the very first inning on only four hits but could manage to score only ojice in the other six frames. Bith ol the starting pitchers retired from the mound in the firr.1 inning. Leo Duclos started for Burnett but gave way to Billy Dcnton after one was out and two runners on base in the opening frame. Harvey Dorrls opened for Sullivan- NelKOn but hts vviklnt'.ss Rot him ii trouble and lie was lifted in favor of Billy Baker with none out and three on in the first inning. Baker and Dcnlon finish Baker and Dcnton finished the game. Denton was charged with the toss and Maker with the win a.s neither of the starting pitchers 'ent a full inning. Nine runs in the fourth and fifth unin^s g» v e the Motormen their win. The game was called after ive and one-half innings of play lue to the Ilr.st game curfew. Charles Cook went the route [or the Motormen and yielded seven hit.s, five of them in the alst three nnings. Ed Hall opened for the Jaycees but was relieved in '.lie fifth by Sonny Lloyd. Lloyd and Hall gave up 11 base blows Including a home run by Charles Walker. Two more games arc scheduled for tonight, with Burnett's Pacemakers playing the Jayccc-s in the lirsfc game and Montgomery Ward meeting the Rozorbacks in the second. FISH DOG—Most hounds got their kicks out of life chasing cat* or retrieving birds, but Sorrel go«s in for fishing hook, line and sinker. Here the Irish setter, owned by Maury Darr of Guern«ville. Calil.j splashes, out of the Russian River wim a 16-inch shad clamped in his mouth. Camden is Host To Semi-Pro Meet CAMDEN. A1X., July 28. (AP) — Defending champion Camden j\nd nine oilier teams will battle !n the Arkmsiis Semi-pro baseball tournament opening here Sunday. Air except Camden. winch wa-s qualified automatically, earned their way into the state meet through district competition. The tournament will be a double elimination affair. The winner »\ill represent the state in the national tourney at Wichita, Kans., in AOg- ust. Opening pairings: Dorado vs Waldron. vs Monticcllo, 3. Monday — Danville game No. I. 7 p.m. winner of game No. 2, 9. Tue;day—Newport vs Stanford 7 p.m. KG Baking Powder of Little nock vs Camden, 9. 2 Golf Tourneys Booked in Miami Today's Games Southern Association Memphis at Atlanta, night ; Little Rock at Birmingham, night Nashville at Mobile, night Chattanooga at New Orleans, nljjht National Leacae Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, night St. Louis at New York, night Chicago at Brooklyn, night Cincinnati at Boslon, night American Leacne Philadelphia at Detroit, nighl Boston al Cleveland, night New York al Chicago, night Washington at St. Louis, night MIAMI F!a., July 28. golf tournaments', worth $20,000, will be held here in December, followed by a $15,000 event in Havana. Cuba. The City Tournament Advisory Committee yesterday voted to hold the S10.000 Miami Open at the Mi, ami Springs Country Club, Nov. 30- Simday — El ] Dec. 3. and the 310,000 international 1 p.m., Oitark four-ball at the Miami Country Club. Dec. 5-10. Havana will hold a $15.000 Invitational open on Dec. 14-17. Stan Musial is 11th Major Leaguer To Hit Safely in 30 Straight Games National League 1 Brownies Sign Young Pitcher SEATTLE, July 28 ?i—A youngster rUht out of high school Ls go- Ing t<J have a week with the St. Louis Browns in place of a day in New York. The prepster, Don Rosburg, was named the state's "most valuable" young ball player aftet hurling a no-hit, no-run game In the Seattle vs State High School all-star game earlier this summer. He was lo have played in the Hearjt-sponsored all-America boys game in New YorV Aug. 23. Yesterday, however, It leaked put that Rosburg had signed a contract with scout Tony Roljello of the Browns. Learning that the youngster had been ruled out of the New York trip, the Browns asked him back to St. Louis for a week, Rosburg will do no pro pitching this yc-ir, but is scheduled to report to San Antonio of the Texas League for spring training. He received a reported $1,000 bonus, for signing. vs winner Morrtlton of who Chicks Option Pitcher MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 28 < Righthander Russ Oppliger, had a 4-2 record, was optioned yesterday by the Southern Association Memphis Chicks to Colorado Springs of the Western League on 24-hour recall. Record Held by Tommy Holmes By JOE KF.ICHI.KR NEW YOHK, July 28. W)—Stan Muslnl's lengthy batting streak Is at. an end todny but the sIar St. Louis Cardinal outfielder can be consoled by tlie knowledge thai he is only (he llth big leaguer to hit safely In 30 or more consecutive games. Musial entered yesterday's game against the Brooklyn Dodgers with a run of 30 straight games In which he'd hit safely. He had five chances In which to keep his skein alive but failed each time although his mates clubbed five Brooklyn hurlers for 13 assorted lilts. Stan's tenmmales tried valianlly to give him a last chance in • the ninth inning. Six men were due to bat before him. All reached base. But the slugger, who had hft the ball out of the infield only once In four previous times at bat. grounded into a double play. < Musial thus failed in his efforts to crjual or tie four murks. His immediate goal was the team high of 33 straight hitting games set by Rogers Hornsby in 1922. The second was the modern National League mark of 37 games established by Tommy. Holmes of the Boston Brave^ In 1945. DiMnggfo Holds Itecord After that would have come the all-time league standard of 44 games -set by Baltimore's Willie Keeler in 1897, then Joe DiMaggio's brilliant 50-Rame hitting streak In 1941 Campbell Misses Colt's Scrimmae WESTMINSTER, Md., July —Clem Crowe put his Baltimore Colts through th«ir first scrimmage session yesterday, with only th» defensive badcs minus padding. Most spectacular was Jim Boiler, previously unnoticed halfback from Kentucky, who got off on several long runs. Three Colts remained on the injury list, including I.eon Campbell, fullback from Arkansas, with a strained knee. record. Only three others besides DiMaggio and Keeler ran their - hitting streaks through 40 games. Bill Dahlen of the 1894 Chicago Colts hit safely in 42 straight games. When DIMaggio registered his record smashing strerik of 56 in '41, he wiped George Sisler's previous American League hfeh of 41 off the books. Si.ilcr mnde bis ri"n with the St. Louis Browns In 1922. 11. years after TV Cobb had hit In 40 straight games for the Detroit Tigers. Cobb and Sister are the only players to pass the 30-game mark more than once. Cnbb lilt safely In 35 straignt in 1917. Slsler reached 34 111 1925. Only three others went thrift 30 or more games without' Snv^ horsecollared. Dom Dimagglo of 'he Boston Red Sox hit In 34 straight tcames In 1949. Heinle Mariush o< Washington reached 33 In 1933. Another Senator. Sum Rice, was stop- which stands as the major league ped after 31 games In 1924. Sheriff Finds Marked Ballots FAYETTEVILJ,E, Ark., July ?8. M>j — Washington. County Sheriff Bruce Cririer has reported finding two in n I'kc tJ bn 11 n ts on LI i c pe rson of an election official in the Brush Creek township after Tuesday's nemocraiic primary. The sheriff said the official refused (o surrender the ballots and that he took them by force. Prosecuting attorney Ted Coxscy said he planned a full investigation. Bv The Associated Press Give a nod to the Birmingham Barons for the best home schedule among first division teams In the closing weeks of the Southern Association. The second ranking Barons have 22 ploying dates in Rick wood Park between • tonight and the season's c:ui Sept. 10. The .slumping first place Atlanta Crackers have 20 dates to fill in Ponce De Leon Park. - The always dangerous Nashville .Vols are due to show in Sulphur Del! for 20 playing dates before SepL 10 and fourth place Memphis has 21 elates scheduled for Rnss- \vood Field. With Atlanta hanging °rimly but sometimes shakily onto a four-game lead over Birmingham, two upcoming series appear mighty important- .Birmingham plays in Atlanta four times between Aug. 16 and 19. Their final gel together com PS off In Birmmtiham SepL 2-4. A doubleheader will be played on the fourth At home and nhrond Atlanta has 18 playing dates with first division clubs. Birmingham has in. Nashville 18 rmd Memphis IT. The Nashville Vols meet Mobile in a do'tblehepder tnntelH to make up f->r n rained nut date last m-rlil ThiU was (he only grime scheduled MemnMs opens a series in Atlnntn I,'flip Rork is in Wirmi'^li^m and Challaimrga at N<:w Orleans. American Davis Cup Finals Set for Today MEXICO CITY. July 28. </]'>— Australia will rely on young Frank Sedgman nntl veteran Jack Brom- \vich to capture the first two singles matches with Mexico todny in the American zone Davis Cup finals. Seriginan plays Gustavo Palafox, Mexican singles champion, while Bromwich will meet former champion Armando Vega at the Cliapul- lepec Sports Club. National Guard Private Ponders Maneuvers Fate; Draft Board Wants Him MEADVTLLE. Pn., July'28. '>!*>— George Bnrricktnnn is • a Private First Class in Mr.icivHle's heavy mortar company of the Pennsylvania National Guard. He is scheduled to leave tonight with the company for training maneuvers, but he's worried he may be marked AWOL. George's draft board has told him to report for hi.s pre -induction physical Saturday morning. If he's not there, he's subject to immediate induction into Lhe armed forces. The Pennsylvania adjutant general's office is being asked to decide who has first claim to George OLD $TAGC * Straight Kentucky Bourbon in all its Glory! 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