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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, WS8 Brownies Break Two Spells; Handcuff Yanks with One Run Braves Move Up As Cards Drop Brooks By BEN PHLEGAB AP Sports Writer Maybe there's still some hope for the American League. The New'York Yankees finally lost. The St. Louis Browns finally won. The two longest streaks of the' season ran slam-bang into each other at Yankee Stadium last night and today both are broken, along with several others. . •—• -fr The Yankees won 18 in a row— one shy of the American League record — before bowing to the Browns, 3-1, before 30,302 shocked and dismayed New York fans. For the Browns it was their first victory in 15 games, an all-time iRAH RAH ROAR—Southpaw iBilly O'Dell has big league jscouts parking on his doorstep (leading the Southern Confer- jence with 108 strikeouts in 70 iinnings and a 1.32 earned run 'average. The Clemson sophor imore, five-10.170 pounds, hurled •a no-hitter against South Carolina. (NEA) MatthewsWins One-Sided Fight Over Beshore PORTLAND. Ore. W) — Harry Matthews of eattle. fighting to gain a top niche in heavyweight rants, hammered out a one-sided 10-rnund jings; Detroit surprised Boston, decision over Freddie Beshore of Los and Philadeplhla beat, the C Angeles here tonight. Matthews. 180, had Beshore. 200. | bleeding and out on his feet at the , llnal bell The Seattle veteran showed some record losing streak for the club. The St. Louisnas also ended Whitey Ford's all-winning streak as a starting Yankee pitcher and snapped Joe Collins' 14-game hitting streak. Ford, a brilliant young southpaw, had won 16 games since coming to the Yankees in 1950, all as a starter. He lost once in relief in his first year. Castoffs Star Duane Pillette and Vic Wertz, couple of players the Yankees didn't want, were the Browns' stars. Pillette, once Yankee property, combined with old Satch j lo baffle the Yankee sluggers, on six hits. Wertz, whom the Yanks turned down In a proposed leal only last week, arranged the vinning margin by homering in he fifth inning with Jim Dyck on tase. • The Yankee half of that fUth inn- ng provided, the only joy for the lome folks. With two men 'ohnny Mize stepped up as a p: litter looking for his 2,000th major saguo hit. He met the ball solidly .nd cracked n single into right ield. driving in what proved to be he only Yankee tally. Phillies Stopped Twice The Milwaukee Braves, almost verpowered b y a welcoming iirong of 7,500 when they returned ome earlier in the day, showed leir appreciation last night by ouncing back into the National jeague by a full game and a half. The Braves won a pair of squeak- rs from Philadelphia. 6-5 in 10 nnings, and 3-2, while the St. Louis Cardinals were disposing of the trooklyn Dodgers. 6-5. As a result, the Dodgers were re- laced at the top by Milwaukee nd the Phillies lost third place to be Cardinals. Pittsburgh split a daylight dou- le-header with Chicago, winning 6-5, and losing 3-2, while the New York Giants divided a twilight night pair at Cincinnati. The Giants took the first game, 7-5, but lost the second. 12-5. In the other American League action, all at night. Chicago defeated .Washington. 7-3. in 11 inn- 5-3, Cleve]and Indians, 9-7. Mnthetvs Homers Trailing by five, runs alter five State Golf Tourney Opens Tomorrow TEXARKANA (AP) — The 4-day struggle for Arkansas' amateur golf championship doesn't begin until tomorrow, but there will be action on the tournament course here today. -fr Eight hand-picked Arkansas links stars will compete against a Louisiana team headed by that .state's champ, J i m m y McGonajill of Shreveport, in a special pre-tourney attraction. Members of the Arkansas .team had not been announced this morning:, but they were expected 10 include defending champion Martin Tenney of Little Rock; 2-time j champ Ross Collins, the Monticello | lefthander; Gene Keeney, the per- i ennial Texarkana contender; Paul ' Collum of El Dorado and former j champion Vincent Allison of Ft. j Smith. ; Tournament entrants not partici- I pating in the Arkansas-Louisiana I Casieliani Given NodOverLanglois Rocky Is 6-5 Choice In Tonight's TV Middleweight Bout CLEVELAND I/ft— Rocky Castellani is a 6-5 choice to win his bout tonight against Pierre Langlois, the Frenchman who outpointed, him in their first meeting. Langlois upset Castellan! by a single point on the judges' cards last February when the middleweights battled in New York. Bettors kept the odds even until last BIG DIVIDEND — A 96-pound tarpon paid off handsomely for Mrs. Paul J Spears in an angling tournament off Fort Lauderdale, Fla. It was good for first irize — an automobile. i team matches will spend the day I in practice rounds over the tree'- lined par-73 Texarkana Country Club layout. Most of the state's top strokers, including Charlie Woodard of Magnolia—who won the title the last night when they gave the Ameri- ; time the mecl was playcd here can a slight edge. | iri ,«,.(,, are rcBlstered for tomor . Both boxers contend the winner should get a crack at the man who takes the Bob Olson-Paddy Young fight in New York Friday. But Jim Norris, president of the International Boxing Club, says that the winner will meet England's Randy Turpin for the middleweight crown vacated by Sugar Ray Rob. J inson. uncn Tonight's contest, at the Cleveland arena, will be televised nationally over CBS network, starting at 8 p. m. (CST;. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Vols Take Lead in Southern Nashville Blasts Barons 12-5 In 9th Straight Win By VERNON BUTLER After riding a 9-game home row's qualifying round. Two former titlists, Johnny Buzick of Mon- j winning streak to the top of ette and Bubba smart of Pine j the Southern Association, the Bluff, are not expected however. I Nashvi]le V ols took to the Tenney qualified automatically , , , , -,- ,, as defending champion, and the 31 road to(la y 4 ° see lf the y can lowest scorers tomorrow will start | hold the lead away from oozy match play in the champonshp j Sulphur Dell. flight Friday. Match play will con- Nashville came home from a so- tinue through Sunday. The final so road trip June 9 in fifth place, round will be 36 holes; all otlwrs The team cnu gr.t fire, raked Mobile ^' for five straight and then bowled The 20 low shooters tomorrow j over pace-setting Birmingham lour also will ear^n positions on the j times In a row to grab the lead. The Vols capped the victory surge last night with a 12-5 pasting of the Barons which vaulted them Into first place. They invade New Orleans tomorrow and follow with series at I Mobile and Little Rock before gett- j ing another shot at the short right| field fence their lefthanded hitters ; love so well. i The standings were shaken up | like a bowlful of lottery tickets last night. Little Rock topped New team of amateurs which will play the state's pros in the Arkansas Cup Matches here next month. BlythevilleJuniorLegion Team Takes First Game Blytheville's Y Junior American Legion team opened its season's play on the winning side of the ledger here ves-! o , rlean V!,' afnd)hedg ~ d , ta ™ M, h 4.-..J , -ju i o n ; i L \ T-» T . ' i place ahead of the Pels; Mobile terday with a 12-9 victory over the Rector Junior Legion ! otitsiugsed Memphis, o-s. and team. innings of the first same, the . .. i Braves picked up a pair in the of the punching power and ringman. | sixth on Ed(iic MalhM . s . 20lh home slrt o™or b^orTT^™ " °» >' e " ^ lied « "" wilh stopped by Rocky Marciano In New York last July. _He gave Beshore a bad beating The BIytheville team, coached by Jimmy Fisher, got an early lead in the contest, pushing across three runs in the second on an error, a hit batsman and three singles. Rector went ahead in the top of the third with H five-run splurge but the local boys came back in their half of the inning to add three more and take a 6-5 lead. In the last of the fltih, BIytheville scored four runs on three singles followed by a booming triple by first I bastman Bob Childress. Rector closed in once again with a four-run rally in the sixth, but it fell short and Bytheville added two insurance runs in the seventh. advanced from the cellar to seventh place. Chattanooga return- ecl '° tne bottom rung after a 4-3 loss to Atlanta. A lot o£ lhe credit for Little R ° Ck '" I? 0 "" 0 " f," 18 t0 , P ° f the sec ™ dl " S ' 0n ™™ SS BIytheville got 15 hits off losing pitcher Osburn. while Pierce save up nine hits in gaining the win. Linescnre: Rector 005 004 000 9 9 1 I j B ~ le ° 33 M ° M 12 > 5 4 i Dick Hoeksema. The Uttle leftBatteries: Rector - Osburn and . ; lander handcuffed New Orleans on j Harmon; BIytheville — Pierce and , six hits to notch his fourth straight j Rounsavall. Hatcher. victory and his second in the series over New Orleans. He stopped the Pels in the 12th inning Sunday. Another Trav who got rich in the series, was veteran infielder B. C. ! Otey. The second baseman drove ly on the gridiron — Iowa ami Texas i in eight of the 14 runs scored by Christian. 'the Rocks In the set with 11 hits This year Michigan State will face two foes never encountered prc-vious- all the way. There were no knock- three in the eighth off Kar, Drews }„ beat his old club in the nightcap and Robin Roberts, who was working in relief. The winning run came home in the 10th when rookie «.. ,11^ nuj. innc rt Cl c IIU ivlluUri- T»t_ i »,downs, and he didn't come close i Thornton Ki PV er - tl « sixth Phila- to knocking him out until the loth round. Then, with a minute left, he staggered him with a terrific risht to the jaw. A flurry of vicious punches drove Beshore into his own corner, and he hung on. Two more punches sent the Los Angeles fighter reeling across the ring at the bell. The decision was unanimous. Judge Ralph Gruman votad 66-44, Judge Freddie Steele, 63-47, and Referee Eddie Volk, 58?.= -514. pitcher walked Bill Bruton with the bases loaded. In the second game Max Surkont celebrated his 31st birthday by edgini: Jim Konstnnty in a pitching duel for his ninth victory against a 5;inglc loss. Tiepulski Gets Winniny RBI At St. Louis. Rip Repulski. rookie outfielder who hnd been benched for weak hittin.2, singled home the winning run in the seventh inning against Brooklyn. Johnny Lindell. a six-time loser, pitched and batted the Pirates to The light heavyweight boxing di-1 victory in the first game Howie vision was created in 1903. The first i Pollet, who moved from the Pirates champion was Jack Root. of the. year The heavy-hitting Giants and Rcdlegs pounded 43 hits in their double-header, including tive home runs. Larry Jansen. with help from Hoyt Wilhelm, took the first game. Bob Kelly, recently of the Cubs, won his first of the season in the night! cap. I Ra\ Boone broke In with Detroit in a big way. hammering a home j run and a pair of singles in a per{ feet night against Boston. Boone was j trade' to the Tigers by Cleveland Monday. I The Indians lost their sixth in a row at Philadelphia, twice frittering away three-run leads. Eddie Joost drove in two runs as the Athletics rallied to win in the eighth. The White Sox broke out with four runs in the top of the llth to I to the cubs to the Ralph Kiner deal, j whip the Senators. Mellow as Moonlight SMOOTH ED BY NATURE TO THE PEAK OF OLD-FASH'N GOODNESS •CASCADE. . .and only CASCADE, gives you (he light, smoolh richness of ihc George A. Oickel 1870 formula I . : KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON . mm wsiiiuw ( Kr, JOUBWUI, tuwtt • tt mm • imt nm is < «w on "from the life °f ^ c 9 ra '"" I CING Wonderful Newly Installed Hardwood Dance Floor FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 GOOD FOOD At All Hours Sandwiches and Short Orders COMPLETELY NDITIONED Ail Brands Cigarettes $1.70 a Carton Completely Air Conditioned Motel for Tourists HUBERTS CLUB NfVfR A DULL MOMENT! Highway 61 Hubert Utley Holland, Mo. BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Milwaukee 39 18 .684 Brooklyn 36 18 .661 St. Louis 31 23 .574 Philadelphia .... 29 22 New York. 26 29 Cincinnati 21 31 Pittsburgh 20 40 Chicago 15 36 G.B. .569 .413 .404 .333 .294 7 12 15 '/ 2 201 2 21 AMERICAN LEAGUE W New Yorlc 41 Cleveland 30 Chicago 3 t l Washington 29 Boston 30 Philadelphia 28 St. Louis 20 L Pc.tG.B. 12 .744 — 22 .577 lOVi 26 .544 12 27 .518 13"/2 28 .517 13>/2 29 .491 15 .345 23 '/2 Detroit 14 41 .255 28 SOUTHERN Nashville Birmingham ... Memphis Atlanta Little Rock New Orleans .. Mobile Chattanooga . . ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB . 39 29 .574 38 29 .567 35 29 .547 . 35. 32 .522 . 31 32 .492 Kiwanis Ekes Win Over Shrine, 4-3 The rampaging Kiwanis Club remained atop the Little League standings by slipping past a game Shrine Club, 4-3, yesterday, their third successive victory without defeat. Outhit, 7-3, the Kiwanis had to come from behind to win, taking- advantage of the wildness of Billy Haney, making his second mound appearance in as many days, some daring base running, and the breaks. 32 35 .478 6 28 40. .412 11 . 26 38 .406 11 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 6-3 Chicago 5-3 New York 7-5 Cincinnati 5-12 Milwaukee 8-3 Philadelphia B-i (1st 10 innings) St. Louis 6 Brooklyn 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis 3 New York 1 Detroit 5 Boston 3 Philadelphia 9 Cleveland 7 Chicago 7 Washington 3 (11 in- ings) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 4 Chattanooga 3 Nashville 12 Birmingham 5 Mobile 9 Memphis 8 Little Rock 5 New Orleans 1 Today's Games NATIONAL 1EAGBE Philadelphia at Milwaukee—Miller (0-0) vs. Spahn (7-1) New York at Cincinnati—Koslo (0-61 vs. Wehmeier (1-3) Pittsburgh at Chicago—Face (20) vs. Church (3-3) Brooklyn at St. Louis—Podres (2-2) vs. Staley (8-2) AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago ,at Washington^Rogovln (2-8) vs. Masterson (4-6) Cleveland at Philadelphia—Feller (2-4) vs. Byrd (6-6) St. Louis at New York—Hollo- rnan (2-4) vs Reynolds (5-2) Detroit at Boston, 1 p. m.—Gar- ver (5-5) vs. Mixon (2-1) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Memphis at Birmingham Chattanooga at Mobile (Only games scheduled) But it was a solid blow off the bat of Jerry palsgrove, son of M; and Mrs. Hubert Palsgrove, thai put them back into the game and set the stage, for the winning run in the sixth inning. The outfielder shifted to third midway of the contest, caught one on the nose and sent it past J. L. Austin in left field for a home run to tie the score at 3-3 in the fifth. Haney, who received the nod of fickle Dame Fortune during Monday's thriller over the Jaycees, did not come In for her favor yesterday. He fanned 14 and yielded but three hits but had the misfortune of experiencing three of his nine walks turned into runs, including the winning tally. Young Don Stallings showed why his mats call him "the cat" while annexing win No. 3. His fielding was sensational as he handled fou assists. Stallings fanned only six but did nut issue a base on balls. Both Score Early Both teams scored in the first inning. Bobby Jacques strolled to open the game, raced to third on Stalling's single to center and came in on jimmy Bruce's fielder's choice. With one out Haney singled and was safe at second when Don Tinker dropped Stalling's throw of Jesse Taylor's bunt. Haney was out on an a ttemnetd double steal. Taylor moving down to the middle station. Clyde Grffiin singled him in. . The Shriners came back with two more in their half of the second. Whittle beat out a beautiful bunt lown third. He was forced by Bob Lovelace, who moved up a base on Renfro's one bagger. Stallings took Dallas' bunt and threw into left field, both runners scampering home. Haney lost his control in the third to give the Kiwanis their second run. After Bruce was called out on strikes. Marshall walked and went Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Portland Ore.—Harry Matthews, 180. Seattle, outpointed Freddie Beshore, 200, Los Angeles. 10. Tompa — Danny Nardico. 178, Tampa, outpointed Lalu Sabotin, 177, Warren. O., 10. Brioklyn Ridgewood Qrove — Gerry Dreyer, 147. South Africa, outpointed Vic Cardell, 145, Hart- 'ord, Conn., 10. to second and then to third on consecutive wild pitches. Rhoads fanned, but Palsgrove drew a walk after being down 2-0. J. L. Austin looked over four wide ones to fill the bases. Coaches John McDowell and Rev James Rainwater called on Nathan Austin, .a mite of a lad, to bat for Johs McDowell. Jr. The strategy paid off as Haney failed to get the ball over to the peewee, walking in Marshall. Shortstop Renfro pulled Billy out of a deep hole by snarni "Red" Jacques' eizzler. Bruce Scores After Palsgrave's homer put them back on even terms again, the Kiwanis put over the tie breaker in their last turn at bat. Stallings and Tinker went out in order but Bruce walked. He moved up on a passed ball and broke for third on another muff by Griffin. The hustling young catcher's throw to head him off landed in the dirt and skidded past Lovelace as Bruce continued on in home. Th box score: KIWANIS CLUB AB H Jacques, ss Satllings, p Tinker, 2b Bruce, Ib Marshall, c Rhoads, 3b-cf Paslgrove, cf-3b J. L. Austin, If McDowell, rf x N. Austin, rf Davis, rf 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 21 PO 0 2 2 6 7 1 0 0 0 0 0 18 x Walked for McDowell in third, z Ran for Austin in fifth. SHRINE CLUB AB H Dallas, Ib Haney, p Taylor, 2b Griffin, c McDermott, cl Lambert, rf Tharpe, rf Smith, cf Whittle, ss-lf Lovelace, 3b Renfro, If-ss in 19 at bats. He drove In three with a pair of singles last night before being chased by Umpire Earl Wheeler in the fourth inning. Lighted targets -to guide the cox- wains will be placed at the finish line for the Intercollegiate Regatta on Onondaga Lake, June 20. 3 3 3 3 3 0 1 1 3 3 3 27 PO 0 1 2 H 0 0 0 • 0 0 0 1 18 Score by Inning: s Kiwansi 101 Oil - 4 Shrinee 120 000- 3 Summary: Runs — Jacques 1, Bruce 1, Marshall 1. Palsgrvoe 1, Taylor 1, Lovelace 1, Renfro 1. Runs batted In — Bruce 1, Palsgrove I, Griffin 1. Errors — Stallings I, Tinker 2. J. L. Austin 1, Griffin 2, Whittle 1. Home run — Palsgrove 1. Base on balls --- off Haney 9. Strikeouts — Haney 14; Stalling!! 6. 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