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90. BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW8 THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1948 Vic Raschi Hurls Yanks to 7-0 >V«i Over Detroit; Giants Take Reds 7-4 to Strengthen Lead 1 -By Cut L»n*4Ul»t : Umted Tnm Sport* WrHw ' • jfxw TORK, Jim* I. (UP)—Injuries have e»uwd rainigtr Buck? Jfenfc root* he»dahe»th»n anything els« since he took over the Yankees, feat h* dOMnt rued an Mplrln bottle—he hu Johnny Linden and Bobby •town to produce the cure. • For two Mason* the Yankee* have been a hard luck ball club and it was almost a miracle that they were able to win th« pennant and World Series with so many key men banged up from time to time, and •With star pitchers out of action with sore arms, i This year It ha« been more of the * ' <tun» with shortstop Phil Rizzuto, 'aecond baseman George SUrrvwetss, land outfielder* Tommy Henrlch and Charley Keller, In and out of the lineup with various infirmities. ' 'But on each occasion Harris has 'been able to put In either golden ; boy Brown, his prize utility infteld- :er, or Llndell, his great spare ont- iflelder, «nd they have been as good • or at times even better than the 'regulars i Yesterday, when the Yankees won a brilliantly played, 1 to 0 battle Ifrom the Tigers ns Vic Raschi scored :hls sixth straight victory, a 5-hit- Baseball Standing* SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nashville . . Mobile Birmingham , Memphis , . Chattanooga , Atlanta . ... New Orleans Little Rock . W. , 32 , 27 , 28 . 23 . 21 . 21 Looks Like Net Results NATIONAL LEAGUE New York i e ,7nd hii-ie-cona shutout, Keller «•» » jwent out of the lineup nsnln wlll >i p ttsbi gh i a broken bone in his left hand. Tlmt, ££ ?»« rgh •;;;;; '.was a cruel break for Keller, tat- • ,. ..„ \ o, nf+fti- ci cnrinrlK iiuiiim^um . ... tling to come back after a serious spinal injury which threatened to end his career last year. Previously, he was out with a sprained ankle and this time he will be laid up lor a month. LincteU'* Double Favs Off But Llndell took over and in the Brooklyn Cincinnati . Chicago . .. 16 22 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Cleveland 23 12 Philadelphia eighth with Raschi on third via a Ncw Yorl(: _ single, a neatly-placed sacrifice bunt st j^^ _ by Brown and an infield out, the I Detrolt big Swede from Oakland. Cnl., Washington amashed a double that scored the I Bos[on only run of the game. Brown/ no,w i chlcago subbing for Stlrnweiss, who has a ' alight concussion, got one of six hit* ofl hard-luck Art. Houtteman, who' dropped his seventh straight game. Llndell Is batting .348 and Brown 1» hitting 339, tops for the elub. . . Cleveland's "white hope" to share the attendance-building chores with Bob Feller, Bob Lemon, finally got "his come uppance last night. Lem- nings). on's scoreless Inning streak was mapped at 28 as the Senators squeeied out a 2 to 1 victory at Washington. Hpwever, the Athletics lost to the White Sox, 7 to 3, at the same time so Cleveland retained first plaoe ta the American League. The Browns beat the Red Sox, 3 to 1, In the third A. L. nighter. The Pittsburgh Pirates contributed the third triple play of the major league season last night, but still lost to the Braves, 5 to 1, on Johnny Saln's three-hit pitching. Earl Torgeson was on second and Phil Mas! on first in the eighth when the triple play. came. Al Dark pranked a feathery liner to Ed Stevens who 'caught It for one putout, Itepped 'on second to get Tcrgeson for the third out. Dodferj Sink Cards The'Dodgers got their Western tour off to a good start with a 5 to 1 conquest of the Cardinals at St. j Louis. The Giants remained in first place with a 7 to 4 victory which ended a five-game Cincinnati 'winning streak. Larry Jansen scored 14 16 17 19 21 19 21 15 24 10 26 Pet. .057 .650 .579 .500 .475 .475 .385 .273 Carolina League Manager Arrested On Bribery Charge WINSTON- SALEM, N. O., June 3 (UP)— Bernard DeForgt, former Carolina - League player-manager with Heidsvitle, today faced bribery charges after his arrest lat« last nlglil by local police. Police Chief John Gold said the arrest followed an Investigation Into an alleged "tixert" game between Winston-Salem and Reidsville May H. had come here voluntarily to appear before police- investigating the bribery and gambling charges. He was released under »1. 000 bond. Minor Lea g u e Commissioner George Trautman threw DeForge out of professional ball Tuesday. He said the player-manager had admitted receiving $300 for throwing a Carolina League game here. Trautman put DeForge. on the "permanently ineligible list" with Ed Weingarten, secretary-treasurer of the Florence. S. C., club of the Tri-Stale League, who was charg- offers Begin flay 'n Albuquerque Open ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., June 7. UP)—A battery of top-Night gol- ers warming up for next week's U.S. Open headed the starting list oday as the $10,000 Albuquerque Open got underway. More than 40 entrants were ticketed for first-round play this morn- Ing on the 6,830-yard University Course. Rains, , which prevented a scheduled PGA "Parade of Champ- Ions" clinic yesterday, Left the greens in excellent shape, Tourney officials said. Fair skies were forecast for the opening play. Russia Has Big Bombers, General Says WASHINGTON, June 3. (UP) — Military Intelligence has "certain National Cotton Council President Urges Senate Action on OleoTaxRepeal] Farmers and agricultural lead- No. 1592. Estate of J. A. Hargett, deceased. Final report of Mrs. Ad» Hargett tiled Miy 18, 1948, filed May 25, 19«. All persons interested in the ers in Mississippi County were tlements of any of the above estate* asked today by Harold A. Young of Little Rock, president of the National Cotton, to urge Arkansas Senators and others in Congress to seek immediate action on a measure to repeal the federal taxes on oleomargarine before the measure Is lost in a last-minute Congressional jam. The repeal bill has been pasted by the House of Representatives and approved by the Senate Finance Committee, Mr. Young said. In an appeal for final action by the Senate before the current session of Congress adjourns. .NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS Of KXECUTORS AND ' ADMINISTRATORS FILE!) Notice is hereby given that during the month of May. 1948 the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been filed for knowledge nation r , ... ge" that a potential enemy | 5f" "J 16 " 1 and confirmation in ttv has long-range bombers - P«*ate Court for the Chickasawo: ed by DcForge with being in,on the similar to B-20's—capable of strik-j ^strict of Mississippi County, Ar- coup. Police said they had no record of the W. C. McWaters identified before Trautman as the third member of the frame up. Joe Rubin, Moe Goldman and Ted Berkley, left to right, display in TJtica more than 100 speckled trotit caught with flies and worms in ' an unnamed Jake 300 miles north oi Ottawa. Survivors of Navy Launch Sinking Tell of Heroism and Self-Sacrifice Armarel Tigers to Play Jtumann Independents The Armorel Tigers will go after' -— - ing at U. S. cities, it was disclosed i t:ailsas and that such accounts with l!leir respective filing dates are as 1 IollOW5: yesterday. This information was given to the 5°V*«*» PI T ) ^ at ^, S .,? I T l ^*|snl'to. deceasod. Finn.! report of Orover E. Snider filed May 10, No. 1652. Estate of George E. leased. Although he mentioned no __ names, it was clear he meant Rus-| v= sia. Craigie said there is "considerable doubt" that this country is "sub- 1 victory NoTTtommTcVni'grit when .stantinlly ahead" in the race for thev meet the Trunmnn Indcpcn-' lle "; weapons dents under the lights of Walker:, «<• disclosed the existence of the p aT ^, • I bombei. which he said is similar to 'This will be the Tigers first meet-, 01 "' B -- 9 ' to ™Phasize the need for[ B LYTHEV I LLE'S ONUV ing witli the Trumaim team which! developing new-type planes. He said ALL WHITE THEATRE. is reported as one of tile sirongdsti " e " Capons are "being exploited mm ^ mm __ In this area. It will also be the! to '^e utmost In other parts of the Tigers second night game of the re warned to file exception, ther*- o, if any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accounts,. falling which they will be barred forever from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand as Clerk and the seal of said Court this 2nd day of June, 1948. ELIZABETH BLYTHE (SEAL) County and Probate Clerk. By Stella Cain, D. C!. New Theatre Manila's finest Shows EVER* NIGHT Btix Opens Week Days 7:0* p.m Matinee Saturday 4 Sunday SaL-Sim. 1 p.m. ConL Showfaw Tonight "MY GIRL TISA" with Lili Palmer Sam AVanarnaker with Selected ShorU Friday "IN OLD CALIFORNIA' uith John Wayne Selected Short Subject* [year. The tilt Is scheduled to start nt at Yesterday'i Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE No games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York. 7, Cincinnati 4. Chicago 2, Philadelphia I (12 In- Boslon 5, Pittsburgh 1. Brooklyn 5, St. Louis 3. By \Vllllam Sexton United Press Staff Correspondent NORFOLK, Vs., June 3. (UP) — Shocked survivors told of heroism Plalnvlew, Conn., was coxswain of a com|>anion launch nearby when the Ill-fated boat swamped within some 250 yards ol the big carrie. Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. " Cra'igie said this "potential ene- Saturday 1:00 p.m.: Sunday a p.m. my" also has rocket and jetrpowercd interceptor fighters patterned-after "CALL of the CANYON' with Gene Autry ind Selected Short* and self-sacrifice today as the Na- I He raced his launch to the Kcar- vy probed a liberty launch disaster . silr se. unloaded its passengers, the In which 28 men were feared dead, "turned to pick up survivors struggling in the water. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 1. Detroit 0. St. Louis 3, Boston 1. Chicago 7, PhUadelpllia 3. Washington 2, Cleveland 1. Today's Gamei SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Birmingham at Memphis. Atlanta at Little Rock. New Orleans at Nashville. • Mobile at Chattanooga. Aboard the aircraft carrier Kear- saree'i In mid-Atlantic, officers ciucstloned some 64 men saved when their 50-foot launch foundered in 1 choppy, rain-swept seas Monday Iglit. The men told of fear and panic vhcn the boat's bow nosed under he' surging waters of Hampton Roads, and how a few quick-witted eameii flashed hope during the,." 1 "" to shore and pulled them- 3lack and tragic moment when the selvcs U P on 'he docks. Naval per- aunch filled with water. sonnel were alerted to patrol the NATIONAL LEAGUE Bos;on at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Chicago. / * New York at Cincinnati, night. Brooklj-n at St. Louis, night. AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia, night. Cleveland at Washington, night Boatswain's Mate 2jc Evangelist De Mofoxte, 24, of Grove City, Pa., i was preparing tor a mall run with 1 a picket boat, then at the side of ] the Keaniarse. He sped out to the swamped launch and began the rescue effort barely a moment after it foundered. Two sailors swam more than two Some of the clear-thinking lead- rs they said, were not among them oday as they steamed toward the .lediteranean. Eighteen-year-old A. N. Waterson, a Marine private from Flint, Mich., said a hand reached out of ;he darkness and handed him a life-jacket. "I owe^ my life to the *allor," \Vatersou said. "He saw me struggling and gave me his lifejackct." Ever since we've been aboard the carrier I've been looking (or him, 1 ' the youth added. "I didn't find him." Some 30 survivors credited their lives to Chief Boatswain's Mate James Hall of Conncllsville, Pa. They told how he shouted to them to stay cairn and not leave the swamped liberty boat. 1 Take it easy now," they said Hall hollered through the pelting rain. "Take it easy now and move back slowly." They reported the bow was under but the stern still rorie above the waterfront looking for others. Their enthusiasm found some humor during the tense hours. One group fou\id two sleepy-eyed, water-soaked Marines standing ai the end of a pier. Protesting but somewhat dumbfounded, the two were hustled oft to a hospital ship and rushed through a medical examination. Only when the two Marines explained it had been raining .were they turned loose. They said they •ere just watching. Meanwhile, Naval and Coast UI '° '• Presbyterians Endorse on two singles. Willard Marshall) Admission of More DP't • hit a homer, double, and single. I Fine pltcViing featured the Cubs' ATLANTA, Ga., June 3.—(UP)— I to 1 victory in 12 innings over the' The 88th general Assembly of th Phillies at Chicago in which first: Southern Presbyterian Church ad , a passed baU, then a wild throw by; Burned yesterday after endorsing Uat , e , r - ., . ,,,,,, H catcher Andy Semlnlck. permitted! a measure now before Congress to I n a " the mcn had Iollmved Eddie Waitkus to score from second admit more displaced persons to I advice—if they had stayed in with the winning run ofl Dutch the United States .--,--, -- .- Leonard. Waittus and Phil Cavar- rettai had singled to start the inning. Cub rookie Dutch McCall „ „„„ ..„ „ .•truck out 11 batters in 11 innings -The assembly also adopted but Jesse Dobernlc got the victory 1 resolution settine a Enrnnpnn ™ by pitching one Inning In relief. Del Ennis got the only Phllly run, a Jiomer. Yesterday** star- -Vic Rnschl of the Yankees, who pilched his sixth • straight Tlctory and his second shutout, -1 to 0, over the Tigers and also •cored the -winning run alter singling. i launch Instead of trying to swim away," said Commander S. J. War- !.iuii ui a iiur snare 01 turope's non ° r Fillh Na val District Head- wandering people to this country, quarters, "they might all hive been The assembly also adopted a saved." resolution setting a European relief Tne men praised two youthfu quota of one pound of material sailors whose quick thinking led to goods and ?1 in cash for each of!P rom Pt rescue even in the foggy the South's 639,000 Presbyterians heavy rain, during the coming year. • ' Seaman IJc D. T. 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