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PAGE EIGHT BI,VTHF.VIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1952 Maglie Is Still a Mystery-Blanks Bucs 4-0 on 7 Hits {Sports Roundup Bf By OAYLE TALBOT Red Sox Trip Tigers 3-2; Cubs, Brooks Battle to Tie By OIU.O ROBERTSON AP Stxirls Writer The seven National League rivals of the New York Giants were wondering today if Snl (The Barber) Maglie is Brooklyn NPW Yorfc Chicago Cincinnati St. Louis Philadelphia Boston Pittsburgh 5 26 NEW YORK W—Capsule comments: Manager Chuck Drossen of the Dodgers was asking for it when he told his Hrsi-bnsemnn. Oil Hodges,, Nin8 ., ra > a || s NiY .. hasn't hccn he would reward him with »10 the | boalcn (hjs year Hn > s |. ac k c d up first time he bawled out an um-1 seven v j c to r i e B to run hlB undc- pire. At least one umpire has i featcd string over a lwo .year span UiantS were wondering tou;iy 11 0,11 ti ne narijui; iviaKi'e '» | ever going to he beaten. And you cwn*t hlame Ihe Pittsburgh Cleveland Pirates if they shakn their heads in an emphatic negative Jj^gj" 8 ' 011 manner. Tim 35-year-old rlghlliandrr from hasi promised he will keep this in mind Ihe next time Dre.ssen gets in his hair. U Jack Hurley, who has done a masterful job of bollyhooing Harry Malthews, permits his fighter to get in the same rinsr with Rocky Marciano this summer, as the IBC proposes, he will not he as smart as we thought him to be. The two-slroke penalty slapped on Babe Zaharias out in Seattle because someone had fouled up her scorecard and she had innocently signed it was all out of proportion. She was the one who called their attention to the error. It was equally silly when Byron Nelson lost an Open championship because his caddy stepped on his hall. Salas Nu Surprise Why all the excitement about a Mexican, Laura Salas, winning the lightweight tide? Speaking as one who watched Ihe Baby Ammendls and Kid Panchos fight In the old days in San Alnonio. we have long been puzzled that Mexicans ilid not dominate the lighter divisions. For - lhat mailer, we cnnnot explain whv there are not more of them in the big leagues. The Yankees are in serious trouble when they have to bring Irv Noren in from centerfield to play first base and Manager Casey Stengel talks about turning Vic Saschi inlo a relief pitcher. Cleveland might win it by eight, or 10 games. Sports writers in from the Mid- ^•cst speak gloomily ol the attendance figures at their home parks. Something, they say, has become of the entertainment dollars. The family parlies of three and four, in particular, are missing. Ixing Range Tip Ben Jones i tells his favorite rider, Eddie Arcaro. that he. has a coil which will win Ihe Kentucky Derby next year and promises Eddie ha will have the mount. This is rather a long-range tip. as the youngster hasn't run yet, but it'.s us good a one as you will get Now that the Cincinnati Redi have demonstrated thai Sal Maglie cati be made a very «ngry pltch«r by demanding th«t lh« ball b« e« nmined before every pitch, (he Giants star likely will get the treatment regularly. The implies lion is, of course, that Sal is using the forbidden spitter. A numbei of big league pitchers do employ the outlaw toss now and then in n tight spot, but Msglia is not sup posed to be one of them. to 10. He has mot and whipped nil except the St. Louis Curd Inn Is nncl Chicago Cubs, In f>2 Jnnln^s on the mound. he has allowed only seven earned runs lor the enviable average of 1.02. The Pirates have n special reason for wonder In K if Maglic He hcat them 4-0 on seven hits yesterday in one of Ihe three names plnycd in the majors it marked the 13th time the curvebnll ace lias turner back Ihe cellar-dwelling Bucs, Thomson Gets Runs Third baseman Bobby Thomsnr supplied the bat ling power for M'lgHc'.s second shutout of the -*;ea son, H put the Giants back in i He for first place- with the Doit gers, who played n 1-1 tie with On Cubs in a game trailed hy rain J after one was out In the lop half of ihe seventh. SOUTHERN Mobile Chattanotjga New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Nashville Little Roc-k Memphis Chevies Beat Mead's 6-3 In BWL Game New York Thomson drove In all of (hr? ^ Louis champions' runs wilh a double anil j c] t ' :c - ti . tt wo singles to pace nn eight-lilt i philadclphi attack on Howie Pollet. Bob j Detroit Friend and Ted Wilts. Pollmt was ; charged with his fifth defeat. allowed only woven scat-j tercd hits, all sin«les. He walked! one and fanned six to run his leiigue-lcariinn total to 42 strikeouts. In Ihe only came played in the American I.eaKuc-. Lou Bouilreau called on his .sharp-fielding oltltimers to Kive tho Boston Red Sox a 3-2 victory over the De.lroll Timers. Hosnx Move l?p The victory, credited to rookie Bill Henry, lilted the Bosox into n viituiil Kecom!-p!:H'e tie with the idle Washington Senators. Although a rookie pitcher received credit for Ihe win, it was veterans lhat supplied the power. Walt Dropo anil Clyde Vollmer drove-in the winning runs with !on£ flics in the -seventh. The veteran combination nf Stephens, Dropo and Billy Oood- man also came up with four double plays, three in the first three in- nlM'-is and one an unas.sisteil twin killing by Drnpo. The only other si heduln HHIMC, St. Louis Cards anri i'hiladelphia Phils, was postponed by rain. AMERICAN LKAGUJ: W L Pet GB 20 11 .645 , 16 12 .51V 2\ y .5GT 2i2 .519 4 .511) 4 17 Kl 14 13 1ft IS H IS 11 15 7 21 5 .123 . .2oQ 1 ASSOCIATION Won Lost Pot. 23 21 1!) IB 13 0 IS IB 13 n 17 IB 13 28 .505 .570 .561 .6f)3 .52!] .501! .410 .2431 YnSTKRIlAV'S KKSL'l.TS Southern AssnciMImi Nashville 7. Me<v Orleans 1 Atlanta 12. Memphis fi Birmingham at Little Rock 'rain) Only games scheduled National League New York 4 Pittsburgh 0 Brooklyn 1 Chicago 1 die; end sixth rain* nly games scheduled) American Lcn^iie Boston 3 Detroit 2 Only game scheduled cabled Chicks' Errors Give Atlanta 12-6 Victory Bj- RTKKI.ING SI.AIM'KV Associated Pres* Sports Wrilrr After one o[ Luke Appling'.s recent anri justified requnsis for player help if) shore up his sagging Memphis Chicks, a shortstop named Sam Meeks showed up, Mceks cnme from Baltimore to plupr up a leak in the Memphis nfielti." us the hoys say. Last nlghl Mceks look his piano at nhort and If his performnncc Is ndicntive Manager AppHng had better Ume up again and holler foi rielp some more. M*eks made three big, fal errors, Atlanta won the game, »s you might expect, 12-6. Memphis Jn- r-t chipped !n (our more errors to mnko Atlanta's victory prwc tic ally offorlleas, The defeat as Memphis' 28th. Another refugee from Baltimore, Don Robertson, trlert his pitching arm for Memphis, but gave nine hits before the seventh. A Urmia pitcher Carllon Wllloy hit his first homer nnd added n double o knock in five runs. He has Inn ned 49 in 74 innings. The only other game in the Southern Association wonl to Nashville 7-1 nvnr New Orleans. Every Vol player got at lensl one hit off New Orleans pHclier Wolfe. Nashville hnd on Ihe mound :>irk Lihby. in from Minneapolis only Insi Saturday. The cnmn was fast and Floyd FORK rui'lnd a hom- 01- for New Oilcans' only run. TODAY'S r.AMKS American J.ciiRUD Philadelphia at Detroit New York at Critcngo might) Washington nt St. Louis might) Boston at Cleveland (night) Southern Association Night Grune.5 Atlanta at Memphis Mobile at ChnUanooira Birmingham at Little Rock New Orleans at Nashville NnlTnnnl l-ra^ne Cincinnati at Brooklyn Chicago at Boston inlshU St. Louis at Ne'js York (nightt Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night) S3 SliTS ^ri;i:i) HKCOKD—Freddie Agabashian receives a grateful from Don Cummins after Agabashian set a new Qualifying record of 138.010 miles per hour for four laps at Indianapolis Speedway Saturday. The Cummins racer is an experimental machine powereu by liphiwright Dies**! online mount™! 011 its side to reduce height. The lea-mile qualifying record won pole position for the Cummins Diesel in 500-Mitc Memorial Day race. (AP \Mrppholo) Dodgers and Giants Have Best Defensive Records Hodges, Compendia and Williams Boast Perfect Fielding Records By BBN OI.AN NEW YORK (AP)—The Brooklyn Dodgers and th« New York Giants are going all out on defense, individually as well as collectively, in an effort to gain an advantage in the hot National League pennant chase. Individual fielding averages re- White Sox and catcher CUnt Courtney of the St. Louis Browns, a j :ouple of first-year men, are show- B the way. Rodriguez, purchased from Monreal of Ihe International League asl year, has made only two nii&- cucs in 102 chances for a .980 average. Cpurtney, Manager Rogers Hornsby's pride and Joy. is tied with New York's Yogi Berra per- centaRC-wise at 1.000 but he has Sparks' Homer Gives Courier News 1-0 Win A long huine rim by shortstop Claude Sparks in the fourth inning Siavc the Counrr News Dirty Sox n l-O victory over the Ark-Mo Kilo- re- sed today by The Associated Press Statistical Bureau disclosed that three mem- of each club are tops in tlie field at their re-' c t i v e positions. Records include games played Sunday. First, baseman Gil Hodges (1.000), shortstop Pee Wee Reese (,984> and catcher Roy Campa- v nc-Ha (1.000) are the league-leading is tied with the iOanUs' Alvin Darl-: for shortstop honors, both having made only two errors while handling 122 chances cleanly. Williams 1.000 The other pace-sett in{? Giants are second basemen Davey Wil hams (1.000) and third sacker Bobby Thomson (.935). Johnny Wyrostek anri Wai! Wesllake of the Cincinnati Reds and Frankie Baumboltz of the Chicago Cuos head the NL outfielders with perfect records. In the American League, third baseman Hector Rodriquez of the Reese watiers in n Commercial Softball League thriller at Maloney Park yesterday afternoon. The standings; i Juveniles » 1 Leather Pullers . Money Changers handled more chances than the Ysnkee backstop. weakening the ring so that ifc shook. And Harrell took advantage of the mishap. He grabbed a turn- buck Ic and {U temp ted to use it on the opposition while Robcris and Ci'onin held them. But the referees, Mike Mcroney and Lucky O'Rourke. decided things had Rone enough far enough and awarded the match to the Welchs. In the preliminary bouts, Roberts, who substituted for Al Gelen- to, was disqualified in eight minutes for roughness; Roy Welch beat Croning in 10 minutes with body slams and Harrell beat Lcstftr Welch in nine minutes with a body.; pin, fl L 1 1 L 1 1 Chinese Take to Bebop Sparks' hi? blow was onty one of the four hits given up by J. Par- Te.-\m rish. Ark-Mo hurler. but it was; Dirty Sox enough to beat him ami protect j Kilowatt* Billy Baker's two-hit hurling for the Dirty Sox. The home run opened the fourth inning for the Dirty Sox and up until then the Courier batters had j snlvnd Par rish for only one base ' hit, The Kilnwutters hart only three men to reach ba.se during the five innintr RiH. two on ruts and one on errors One nf thrso was cut down I LITTLE ROCK (tP)~ The South- at, second base trvinq to advance -, ern Association Little Rock Travel- on a fly 10 center 'it-Id. ] ers have purchased Shortstop Alex It wn.s a fine pitching duel be- De L* Garza from Buffalo of the Three V/elchs Triumph in „. Rough Match Travelers Buy Alex De LaGarza Kid Matthews Decisions Rex Layne PORTLAND, Ore. U1 — Harry <Kid) Matthews of Snaille cleared his first major'he/ivywcleht hurdle here la-st nigTi\","^P«nchtn(r out a 10 round decision :ovcr Rex Layne, 108'.^, Lewislon. Utah. l.ayne was the first heavyweight of reputation that Matthews hnd met. His manager, -lack Hurley, said niter the fight he hoped to sltm Matthews for n match sometime in July with Rocky Mnrciano, the Brockton, Ma.ss.. belter who knocked out Joe Louis. PITTSBUROH. Pa. W-TIlp clli- '« w " Bakcr and P"'' r ' lsh - ars neo.s voulhs here have pcrsuailcd j '"' !IOT| Sparks twice for his onls- their elders to let them hnvc „ bf-i strike outs aurl BnKCr struct ont hop session. The Jara jnmborpc wil|i»rily one, Harry Gray, to end the lie held this month with the bless- Bonn 1 . In? of the ChincM Social Club. It ' The victory hy the Dirty Sox will be strictly Western except: threw the Irauue l«id into a Ihree- mnybe the costumes of some of the j way lie between the Kilowalters, old lolVis. ! -iilve:-.:Vs and Dirly -Sox International League. General Manager Ray Winder said last night De L» Gam wilt join the club by the end of the week. De La Garza. who played for the Travelers in IMS and 1950, batted .264 last year for Toledo in the American Association. ,- Pi .C67J .6611 Things Bot a bit rough in the .661 | six-man tag bout at Memorial Au- .5001 ditorium last night and the ptes- .500|ence of Pat (Big Boy) Cronin didn't help matters one bit. Pat is known as the "toughie champion" of the Gulf Coast ami he. and his partners. Henry Harrell and Red Roberts, proved that the title fits him like a glove. Last night's party got so rough thai, Cronin. Roberts and Harroll were disqualified after 15-mimUeK of brawling In the serond full the Welch brothers, Roy, Jack and I Lester, were awarded the decision. The six heavies literally tore the ring «part in the rough second round. The We'.chs won the first round after 22 rough minutes and Cronin. Harrell and Roberts were out for blood in the second. Things got so tough that the ring actually started falling apart. First, the top rope snapped its mooring wonderful Svillivnn-Nelson's Chevies Rot back Ui the win column after two utraight Bay Window League losses ' yesterday afternoon hy thumping : Mead's Clothiers 6-3 at, Little Park. The Chevies Jumped off to a fast start with three runs in the fir.st inning and then added three more In the third. The Clothiers scored once in the first and twice in the fourth. Arthur Sampson was the winning pitcher, yielding only three base hits. He pot good support afield from his mates who coilertcd five b,i?.e hlows off Herb Childs of the Clothiers. This afternoon, the leagur-tcad- Inij Lifers of thr Anifrican United] Tnsurnncs Company are scheduled j to play Coach Jimmy Fisher's team ! In another lrn?ue i^ Thp standings: Team Amer. Un;'rd Life Sullivan-Xehon Mead's 61 l 3 MEN OR WOMEN $150 A WEEK! EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY lo »vcr»(tr SI.itl.IKl n wmk. 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