The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
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PAOT EIGHT W,J"1WV1LLB (ARX.) COUHIER TfffWf MONDAY,'MAY JW, •MANAGER STANKY—Kdrlie Stnnky is a Inkr-i-harRe guy in the dugout or nn Ihp fifki 'Ilic fiery [Cardinal manager, left, studies the opposition's plan »f atlark. He nips his Viands anil shout* oncour- agcment to his pitcher, claps his hands when the Fled Birds come off the field, then signals tho baiter In hit away. CNF.A) Hogan Gets Set for National Open After Taking Colonial Invitafior Hard Luck Hurlers? Houtteman Leads Hooper, Dickson HJ- .ton HKK:MI.BR AP S|M>rl« U'rllcr Art HouUeman of Di-troit, Murr.v Dickson of Pitlg- biirph anr] Hob Hooper nf Phil;id(>]|>)ii;i are running neck and for Hie hai-rl-luck-of-the-yrar hurling honors. Hi fl,tl(OU> V. H.l'I'MFK FT. \VOKTH, TPX. (Al')—Bon liojriin hanked :?.|.0()0 first money from (he $20,000 : en"n colonial National Golf Tournament today and looked toward defense of Mis '. pitcher championship in lite National Open. • I..IIJT.- /»i-ii,> ^';i;"ii nvjvt- lit ii I . ,—s If \ i I- /-\ I ' vlllr:n lir? shot ™ virtually perfect AAomrinic ( TOlror \A/inc /n/~l[ rnmul "' ^""der-par c? netted /VIC! I ILJI IIO \J\Jllt;! VVIIIO /-\ lU jnnn his third Colonial tule in iho six yrars of this loumanicnt yes- Tournament at Jonesboro neck At rlie moment..HouUeman is in tl.p (orr. The young Ti(rer twirler dropped a heart-breaker yesterday, losinjf a 1-0 decision to Marv Gris.-iom as the Chicago White Sox- Iwirc shin mil Delroil. Veteran .Joe Dobson OKZpKrheci Vil'fiil Trucks, 3-U in the lirsi game o! the doubleheader. Hooper also wenl down 1-0 as his A I h le t ics were held tn a '?. split hy Wash- in^lnn. "Hie A's rireu- first blood, defeat, inn Ihe Senators, 2-1. RS nobby S h a n I T. (nrncd in a six- hittcr to he<:ome ihe (irsl. Ameri- League to win .seven games Lofty I/)ii Slcatcr «ot. Washington even, edging out L V r Dicluoa Hooper In the SI. Louis Chicago . . Philadelphia Detroit . .. nightcap, 6-2. after Holers Horn,*;by's men had taken the opener. 7-5. The splii left the from-running Indians still three fames ahead of Washington and the Boston fled! fn the only other action in the" majors, the St. Louis Cardinals ! f*"^"" 1 - • snapped a four-gamp losing streak.' ^ ( ' w , Y 'V k cominK from hrihind to nip the Cincinnati Reds, 7-6. Rain washed out the second Rarne of ihe scheduled iwin bill, as It did the New York Yankees at Boston, Brooklyn al Philadelphia and the Boston Braves al New York. Wild I'ltrh Hurt When tougher ball games are losl HouUeman will lose 'em. The only run piven up by the 24-year- olr; Delroiter resulted from a wild pilch. Thnl came in the first inning and scored Al Zarilla, who had tripled with one out. The only Ti;;er lo pass lirsi u-ns Joe Ginsber^. who doubled with two ouv in Grissom. a former Tiper.j n "' — !..-._ r__ ',-;_ b" IH Harvie Ward in Second Round of British Amateur PRESTWIOK, England MV-Harvie Ward of Tarboro, N.O., torn* US. intercollegiate champion, gained the second round ot the British Amateur eolf championship Coda* with a t and J victoiy wer Rom*. Ntchol nt England, Young Ward was first of ttie» "name" Americans (o set, out over I the tricky 6,531-yard Preswlri; I course and he had an easy time i hU extremely nervous oppo- No-Hitter for Armorel Negroes sniJTIIKRN' ASSOCIATION Mobile Atlanta Nashville Liulo Rock Memphis 2fl 2'I 25 24 21 in n 10 wit nenl,. Nicol ml his tee shot out of hounds on three of the first four holes nnd never caught, up a-llh >w m.rsin except for „„ nstcady p, Armorel s ter whirl, formed him to three-putt blanked the the fifth and 14th tjreens als ' Tenn " show up for his match with Alex Kyle, British Walker Cup player. Other withdrawals . Included L. Scannell ot Toledo, c. E. Hicks of San Francisco and R. K. Harrison, an Army sergeant stationed at Frankfurt, Germany. 28 (o Day Tnday Twenty - six Americans were to play today. Including no-hH, „ Doti e"" I "n: iiini. v.7i irisoin, a loimer tieer ninth when pete Runnels drove in j surrendered only three hits for'his 1hf> flllkv nir\ nf tha. nn,rtn i.riiV, r. ! . < , . . YESTERDAY'S SnuUiern Association Q, McniphiR 4. (Second JONE.SBOHO, Ark. (fP)~ Dr. ErJ Alii* of Memphis Nnvy, K ot fits ^second etrnight win on Arkntx^R fairways ye.sicrrtay by .stinnMnp lour under par golf to win the 4th annuaJ Biizick Memorial Golf ToumaincJU for amateurs. Allls defend Willie McCrolly of Little Rock in the championship round. He gained the finals by taking a 4 and 3 ••spmifinoJ vintnry Henderson Drops 2 from Grid Schedule ARKADELPHIA. Ark. HP)— Henderson State Teachers College Coach Duke Wells soys thai, two of the college's former opponents— Ouachiia Coltece and Arkansas State ColJepe—will he dropped from the 1952 football schedule. The new schedule includes: Sept. 13 _ Northeast Oklahoma State of Tarlequah. here. Sept. 27—Arkansas A. A- M.. here. Oct. 4 — Alabama Teachers at Florence. Ala. Oct. IB—Southern Stato Coliege Rt Magnolia. Oct. 24 — The College of the Ozarks here. Nov. 8—Arkansas Tech at, Rus- Nov. 16—Hcndrix Coliege. here. Nov. 27—Arkansas SUate Teachers at Con way. Kavlnp no woody sterna, banana . plants are not trees; what looks like a trunk, is made up of overlapping ]ea VE5. over Johnny Buzick Jr., of Jonesboro. McCtnlty played hs somilma. round with HM Ramsey nf Shreve port. La , defealini! him 4 nnd 3 Tn quarterfinal play, Ramsey defeated Martin Tenney of Little Rock 3 and 2. Ramsey previously downed Easton Elder of Memphis I-up in a match Rciinjj If) holts. McCrotty began his play against Billy Joe Denlon nf Wilson. Ark., dropping him 1-up. He then mastered Memphis' Bill Scnrbrongli in the otjHrierMnrcls 2 and 1. Rained semifinal play hy Irrdav. He wound up with 219 fnr out Ben Hocan Palrn Sprlntis. Norlhu-onrl only two .veins, TJin , JJoyil Mnn- criun of Chirrmo by four sfrokcs. Tomorrow ft e n t*wn to D.TlIji^ to ilnrt prnriinint; on N o r t hwvo*l C'lub's r o n v s o. vhfj-p f h r> N;i- lionnl Opnn v/ill bp hrlrt Jiinn 12' M. Tho Texan, wlin now livns at- f:.ili(., hns plnycd twice In Die last of the game with a single t.h:it scored Jim Busby. Wllks Was Loser Dickson was within one ont of registering his first triumph since April 30-and only his second of the year — but n Iwo-out honie run by Dr-p KontJy with a man on base in the ninth inning dnshcri Murry's hopfis. Tho blow came off Dickson's leftover, Ted Wilks. and Rave the Chicago Cubs R 5-4 win over thp PJrate.s. I /Mils first victory, iloutieman's record is 3-6, Four of bis defeats have boon run. by one ai. Dickson was not charged \vith yesterd ny's dofetH os Pondv's homer came off Ted Wilks, who had relieved Murry in flic eighth. Dickson stood lo be the winner, however, as he left with a 4-3 lead. Muriy. a 2Cl-game winner in 19M, has dropped seven of eieht decisions. Hi.s losses include two shut- earned a split with the outs. Ivvo by one-run margins and Rrowns, winnlnK the ' two by iwo runs. winning over Medalist. Curtis Person of Memphis In a 2I-hole thriller, 1-up. Oeortje Turycar of Jone.sboro, j Ark., won the consolation trophy in the championship rilRht. wich a 2 and 1 victory over Demon. Coleman Is Coach At State Teachers CONWAY. Ark. M'I -Former University at Arkansas baskelbrcll player Paul Coleman is the new assistant football coach at Arkansas Rf,ite Tenrhcrs rnllepe. Coleman succeeds Bill Cromwell, w D hrad loot- N - Y -- w ho preat finish put n-n hy yostctday. during which he gained 13 strokes on Raymond Clifford of Dallas, who led the tournament lhront;h its Hiird round. co.->lirmefl Mint. Ben was ihe mnii to beat, as usual. In Hie Natiotial Open. He has won the Open three times in four years. Gaffnrd Kmirlh Clifford fiiliernit hndly. tnkinc a| Little "Rock 10-ovrr-par RO on the last la over Colonial Connliv Club's 7,035-yard crnnse. Ttie jittery Dallas professional did so badly lie wound up In a tie for lourlh place. Man- (rrum was able to shoot a 2-over- par 13 nnd slill finish second with 283. In third plnco u-fis Tommy Moll of D u r h a tn. N.C., who matched Hor.ati's R7 and closed out i with 2SS. Doug Ford of Harrison. who resigned to become head font.' ^.^.. ^'ho did a 71, tied with| ball coach al. Harrison Hlizh School. I On f ford nt ?8B. Pebs Use '51 Formula To Blast Birmingham By The Associated Prcus The Little Rork Travelers, who have been just as busy as any feam hunting for n winning combination, turned back to a 1951 formula yesterday to blast Birmingham, The formula — "Mllo Johnson 1 (our-hltter. Simpson. l.hp Southern^ pitchine. Hal Simpson hitting and ' most valuable player last year, got fielding"—was Rood enough lo helpj two hits nnd made two run-choking tonp way toward a ( stops. Simpson knocked in the Southern Association pennant, last j Travs 1 first run and scored the summer. Yesterday, it boosted the i other Iwo. \fobi!e B. Chattanooga 1 Liltle Rock 3, Birmingham 1 Nashville at New Orleans rain. National League Kt. I/nils 7. Cincinnati 6. 'Second game rain and darktipsst. Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 4. Boston ai New York, rain Brooklyn at. Philadelphia, rain. American League St. Louis 7-2. Cleveland ft-6. Chicago 3-1. Detroit 0-0. Philadelphia 2-0. Washington 1-1. New York at Boston, rain. .605 .571 .56 B .545 .500 .437 .45!! ^ •244 j defending champion Dick. Chap| man of Pinehurst, N. c., Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio, two- time winner and one of the prime favorites, drew an opening bye. Other first round results al American players included: F. F. Salaman, New York, defeated Cap(,. James Brady, u. s. ! Army 4 and 3. j Capt. ,J. M. Anderson, OUuniwa, I rowa. dcefated Bob Nelll, Scotland, ' one up. I,, o. Eimnott. England, defeated Louis B. Sioner, Hartford, Conn., 3 and 2. And his team-mates gave htm Koort support both at, bat and afield. Edcjar Woodson paced Armorer* hitting attack by banging out live hits in five tlmas at bat. The Armorel team In scheduled tfl play in Dyersburg, Tenn., tonight. TODAY'S GAMES Southern A!>sociatinn All N'ight, Games. Memphis at Atlanta. Chattanooga at Mobile- Little Rock at Birmingham. Nashville at- New Orleans. American l,ra£lie Philadelphia at Washington. Now York at Boston ,ni?ht. Chicago at St. Louis, ni^ht, (Only Games Scheduled!. ji National I.easue " St. Louis at, Chicago. Boston at Philadelphia, nighl,. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night. Brooklyn at New York, night. Streets Become Canals In Salt Lake City SALT LAKE CITY (AP>- What. | happens In Salt, Lake City's valley- hot torn land when mountain sreants overrun normal drainage systems and there's no place for the water to nm? They block off ccrlain streets. line them with sandbags and. pres- 1.0. there's R canaL The system was used with good results in recent. , Travs to a 3-1 vle.tory. Johnson, the veteran from \Va- lersmect, Mich., pitched a brilliant S«"?« -~ .%iar '^<jjjl SS^IS^IP t fef:„^^•^ GOODNIGHT, IRENE! What B fish for such a pretty liitlc E irl tn be catching. "I'm sorry." she says, "but 1 didn't calrh it. I'm just furnishin;: the cheesecake. This Itvt-pnund. rii.'hl-puncp prize took the ceneral division lead in Miami Beach's Summer Fishing Tournamonl.. w;js caught by Philadelphia's Vincent Monte. My ram"'' Oh. it's Irene Hall." INTSA) Tribe Blew Chance to Run Off With Pennant, Stengel Says BOSTON (•Pj-Thi> Cleveland Indians have bWn n chance (o run away with the American l^aciie |>ennant In the opinion of New York Yankee Manager Casey Slencel. The sace of Yankee Stadium was , lead rlmin.r Die Y.inks 1 hnme s.t-,,,,,1 holding court following the posl- | h 11-uiiine ailair which starts Tues- poncment of Sunday's game against. I day nishi. the Boston Red Sox. 'I was afraid they had rue after taking those three in New York n couple of weeks a-:o," Casey said. "They were more than five- giimps ahrad of UK and Ihey were coinc hnme. We had lo Iwtnn winnm« nr rife fall so far behind we would have spent half the summer trying to catch up. | "But they didn't srab Ihclr op- ] pnrtunity. Tliry won more lhan they i lost, hut- didn't have a bis? slrcak and we did. They allowed Bnslou nnd njirselves to get- buck and we're i floins lo slay." | Since the Indians fook three straicht from the Yanks nt the Stadium, they have won nine out of 15 u-hiie the Ynnks have taken eishl out of 11. I'lMscd ivilli Deals Stcnpel also wns pleased o\'er the deals thai have shipped Yankee I7i.-i.vers ami farmhands to .Si. t/mis nnd \VnshiiiKtoii diuini! ihe past two year?. "It Un«l^ I\S !ll(Ml^h UV il^lVO made ihc rest of the league tough." Casey said. "We helped Ihr Browns and we helped Wnshiniuon Bolh of those '"-.mis nive will hell now. Clcvr- , land won't- i« a hie ro i«i«h them .aiound as in <,<hrt yrars nnri ! that's 5 break [nr ij s . \v r won't ;rnhfr but that's all ncht. Tlie i 'o'.icher the Ira sue is. from top in , bottom. Ihe harder it Is (or one team (o sfi oft 10 a ions lend." Major League Leaders By The Associated Press . NATIONAL LEAGUE .. . Twn Creal Calchrs Tn the ninth when .Johnson looked slightly weak. Simpson, tnivellinff at a full gallop, scraped his glove hand on the ground to has Marv Rarkiey's almost sure hit. Just a few minuses later Simpson made Rained Out CSL Tilt Re-Scheduled Welch. Lopez taking on Harrell and Cronin mp.eting Gilpin. Woman 'Adopts' SO Children in Yugoslavia DAYTON. O. (/P) — "Aunt Mary" Svcllinger has "adopted" 50 lietlo children in a small Yugoslavian town named Filipovo. And the high school year In North Dayton is never officially ended until she throws her annual dinner for the athletes. Mrs. Mary Svellinger simply get! a bane out of helping people—orphans, prisoners ot war, displaced persons. She has sent more than 700 packages overseas containing such items as food, clothing, toys and medicine. She operates- n lunch room near a North Dayton high school. The Israelites are believed to have first entered the land of Canaan, now Israel, about 1,400 BC. spring floods- Water surged down main avenues en route to the Great. Salt Lak« while a good portion a! the surrounding business and residential lowlands remained bone B AT11NO—Ennis. Philadelphia. .314: Robinson. Brooklyn. .311; j Adcoc.k, Cincinnali, .331. RUNS — Loc.kman. New York, 27i Williams. New York. Robinson. Brooklyn and Adams, Cincinnati, Huns hnirert In — Sauer. Chi- CUBO. .IS: Thomson. New York 2!>;, Brooklyn. 27. HITS — Ennis. Philadelphia. 44; ,s.i»er. Chlcaco, 13: Merson. Pitls- burtb and Musial, St. Louis, 41. HOME HUNS — Sauer. Chicnsn. fi; Pnfko. Bi-ooklyn. 8; Malhews. Boslon and Adcock, Cincinnati 7. ['ITCHING — Maglle. New York. S n. 1.000; Locs. Brooklyn. 5-0. l-CW); Roe, Brooklyn, and Wllhclm, New York. -1-0. l.ODO. ... . AMERICAN LEAGUE ... . BAITING — DiMasgio, Boston, .2itt; Rosen. Cleveland. .338; Mitchell. Cleveland and Woodling. New York, .333. RUNS — Avila. Cleveland. 36; P.nseii, Cleveland, 24; DtMaggio, Boston. 32. RUNS BATTED IN — Rosen, Cleveland. 2fi: Dropo. Boston. 23; Boone nnd Mitchell. Cleveland, and Vernon. Wnshinpton. 21. HITS —- Simpson and A v I I n Cleveland. 45; Rosen, Cleveland and Robinson. Chicapn, 44. HOME RUNS — Rosen. Cleveland, in: Wertz, Detroit, 7; Easter \ Cl'-veland. 6. PITCHING — Man-era. VVash- m^lon. 4-0. l.nnn; Shea. Wnshuic- ton. 3-n. shantz, Philadelphia 7-1, .875. The Commercial Softball League — .^.. ,,.v,, i..,,L,|j..,.i, iii,m,' a catne between the Courier News and I fine catch nf .Tohnny LucadeUc's i Planters Hardware which was posl- ) fly to end the game. j poned because of rain Friday will I Jack Brittin pitched almost nine i be made up tomorrow afternoon. ', Innings irl relief for Atlanta, fanned! League play was resumed this I 10 and (rave six hiw lo whip Mem-1 afternoon with Ark-Mo playing phis. n-t. Briltin's "relief" job sent- Duro-Chrnme al Maloney Park. Ihe Crackers into second place I above New Orleans. The Pelicans, along with Nashville, wore rained out. Thicks Lose Memphis cot off to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and Manager Luke Appliner. an Atlantan. looked like hi- would get a fine homecoming. His Memphis hired hands had no! two three man teams of heavy stickability. however, and Atlanta [ weights squaring off in the Atneri- plugprd hard until the Crackers i ca " Legion's feature bout, won Roin<; away. I Teaming in the lag bout will be The only other came of an In- | Pat Cronin, Henry Harrell and tended five-iound Sunday Southern [ Bunk Harris pgainst Roy Welch, program went to first pliice Mobile.' Lucky Gilpin Rnrt Raul TjOjiM. ! 6-1. fiver ihe Ch.-itianoosa Lookouts] Three preliminary honts are also! who haven't Inokeri ho* in iivp days. [ on the card with Harris meeting' Six Man Match On Legion Card It'll be .six-man f.a5 wrestling at Memorial Auditorium tonight, with! MUSCLE MAN More t^ian R third of all sulftirir rid prortjirrrt in the United States ors inio frrtili?* 1 !'. . c-nnnf PX- nTi?.\s kccpinc m ?h,ipc for the Olympic G^mos nt Helsinki (his Summer. The husky Mirh- l p:t n SI n I c v. 1 res t [or wil 1 r^ p- rr?rnl rhp ITnitrri SMlrs in the nke ihe BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, May 26 8 p.m. AduHs 50c—Childr 6-MAN TAG MATCH Pat Bunk Henry CRONIN, HARRIS & HARRELL vs. Paul Boy T.itcUy LOPEZ, WELCH & GILPIN Also 3 1-FalI Matches !i,-<rri* vs. R<iy \\'clch I'.il rrnnin vs. Gilpin ft;irrell vs. 1'anl l.npcx Free Picture Of Your Calch -lust Krlnj: jour string of fluh lo fiur *tnrr anri wn'll takf a picture fnr you any tftnr unlit <>:<W F.M. N'o fliarer at all. Ciond luck to you nti your fishing. Barney's Drug CAMF.KA 1IF.AnqrARTF.RS 2WW W. Main Phnnr Jfill Nature has smilprl upon this fine whisky! 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