The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS . JUNE 25. 1953 Yankees Forgot Their Name Against Chisox By BEN PHLEGAB AP Sports Writer After watching the New York Yankees blow two in a row to the hustling Chicago White Sox about the only conclusion you can come to is that somehow the players put on t h e wrong uniforms. Certainly the outfit that wore the big "NY" on their suits the past two clays bears no resemblance to a world championship club. And the White Sox look every inch pennant contenders instead of third-place talent. BASEBALL STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE ' W Milwaukee 41 Brooklyn 38 St. Louis 31 Philadelphia .... 34 New York 31 Cincinnati 24 Pittsburgh 23 Chicago 20 Pet. GB .631 .603 3 .597 8'/ .586 t\< .500 9' .400 15!' .338 20',! .333 19 !< AMERICAN LEAGUE W New York; 46 Cleveland ..... 36 Chicago 37 Boston 37 Washington 32 Philadelphia .... 29 St. Louis 23 Detroit 18 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Birmingham ... 43 33 .566 — Memphis 41 32 .562 \> 2 Nashville 41 33 .554 1 Atlanta 39 35 .527 3 New Orleans ... 36 39 .480 6!i Little Rock .:... 33 36 .478 S'A Mobile 32 44 .421 11 Chattanooga .... 30 43 .411 1154 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 8 Chicago 2 Cincinnati 7 Brooklyn 4 Pittsburgh 10 Milwaukee 1 Nw York 3 St.. Louis 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 8 New York 4 Cleveland 13 Boston.9 St. Louis 7 Washington 8 Detroit 6 Philadelphia 3 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 2 Mobile 1 Memphis 6 Chattanooga 5 (11 Innings) Atlanta 9 New Orleans 4 (Only Games Scheduled) Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Milwaukee—Friend (J-8) vs. kiddle (3-1) Brooklyn at Cincinnati—Roe (3-1 3) vs. Raffensbcrger (2-7) or Wen- meier (1-4) New York at St. Louis—Hearn (5-4) vs. Presko (5-6) Philadelphia at Chicago—Kon- •tanty (6-4) vs. Pollet (2-2) AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at New York—Pierce (81) vs. Sain (7-2) Cleveland at Boston—Houtteman (2-7) vs. Parnell (9-4 ) Detroit at Philadelphia—Marlowe (1-5) vs. Byrd (7-7) St. Louis at Washington—Crc- cheen (1-8) vs. Dixon (2-4) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta at New Orleans Chattanooga at Memphis (2) Nashville at Little Rock (2) I The Sox not only have gained a 6-4 season's edge over the vaunted Yankees. They've succeeded in making the New Yorkers beat themselves. In Tuesday nlght'6 11-3 rout the Yanks committed four errors, three of them in a single Inning. Both were high marks for the year. • Yesterday it was faulty pitching. Starter Jim McDonald found the plate only once in 13 pitches and was sent to the showers in the first inning with the bases loaded and nobody out. Chicago cashed all three of those runners, plus two more in the inning, and coasted to an 8-4 victory. So tile Sox have proved that Pet. GB even the mighty Yankees are only _742 human and that despite their tre- .581 10 mendous 10-game bulge over sec- .569 lOVi ond-place Cleveland, the New .552 11'/i Yorkers aren't quite home safe .492 15'/j yet. .446 18>/ 2 Playing- .500 Ball .343 25'/ 2 Since the St. Louis Browns .286 28>4 snapped their 18-game winning streak, the Yankees have playei only .500 ball, winning five anc losing five on tho present home ,and. The New Yorkers might be more ivorrietj 11 somebody besides their Indian cousins from Cleveland were coming to visit this week end. Cleveland has lost seven straight to New York and is the inly team in the league that hasn't beaten the Yankees at least once. The Indians came out on top in a 31-hit slugfest at Boston yester- lay, whipping the Red Sox. 13-9. it. Louis scored five runs in the ast two innings to edge Washing- on, 7-6 and Detroit won Its third traight, 6-3, over Philadelphia. The suddenly docile Milwaukee Jvaves lost their third In a row, 0-1, to Pittsburgh, but maintained heir three-game league lead over le Brooklyn Dodgers. The lodgers were beaten, 7-4, by Cin- innatl when Gus ' Bell homered with two on in the last of the ninth. New York whipped St. Louis, 3-0, as Sal Maglle scattered eight hits and Philadelphia won its 10th game of the season from Chicago, 8-2. Browns Win On Homers Jim Hegan, Dale Mitchell and Bob Avila each contributed three safeties to the 17-hlt Cleveland attack. Mitchell drove In four runs as did Del Wilbur and Tom Umphlett of the Red Sox. Wilbur homered with two on In the seventh for Boston. Home runs by Roy Sicvers and Dick Kokos enabled the Brownies to make it two straight over Washington. The Tigers Jumped on Charlie Bishop for four runs in the first inning, Including a home run by Stevn Souchock. Shortstop Harvey Kuenn contributed three straight hits, one a home run, for Detroit. Ned Carver went all the way for his sixth victory He's lost six. The slumping Braves managed only seven hits, six of them singles, against the right-handed slants of Roy Face, pint-sized rookie curveballer who posted his third victory without a loss for Pittsburgh. The Pirates climbed out of last place with a 15-hit attack against four Milwaukee pitchers. Bell's blast for Cincinnati climaxed a long uphill struggle after Brooklyn had scored four times in the first inning on home runs by Wayne Belnrdi and Gil Hodges. Fine pitching by Maglie halted the Cardinals for only the third time In their last 15 starts. Legion Topples Kiwanis from Top Rung The surging American Legion toppled the Kiwanis Club from the Little League undefeated ranks and slipped into a second place tie with an exciting 5-S victory yesterday. Coach ott Mulllns' crew needed | corner. Dorrls promptly singled him only an hour and five minutes to : in. knock over the Klwanians. but had Plunkett opened the third with to quench a desperate six Inning uprising with the bases clogged and three runs In the fold. Don? Don-is earned the distinction of throttling the Kiwanis Club (or the first time this season, although he was not around at the finish. Onus established a new league record by retiring the first 12 batters to face him, eight by strikeouts, and had a no-hitter Working until Don Tinker shattered the dream with an Infield hit In the fifth. The Kiwanis finally solved him in the sixth when they clubbed three hits, including a tremendous home run by Jimmy Bruce with two aboard. Young Don Starlings was tagsed hard and often while absorbing his first defeat after three straight wins. He surrendered nine hits in all, including doubles by Johnny Plunkett, Jerry (Monk) Rounsavali, and Glynn Dale Howard, who also poled a three bagger. The small righthander fanned seven and had his usual good control. It marked the third successive game in which he has not issued a base on balls. Howard Starts It It was Howard, the brilliant left- j bander back on first, who started j the ball to rolling for the Legion- I naires after a scoreless, three-up- j and three dcwn, for both in the * first. He tripled to the left field | Plunkett opened a rousing double and the Letfions were off again. Bill Boyd was a strikeouter but Rounsavali dropped a hit Into right center and scampered to second when the ball took an awkward bounce, as Plunkett scored. Howard smacked a two bag- ger to left, registering his peppery little catcher. The Legion picked up another In the fourth on singles by Billy Hatch and Plunkett, and an Infield out. Their last was a gift. Rounsavail was safe when Don Tinker left the mitigate up on his slow grounder. "Monk" advanced on a passed ball and sprinted all the way from second when erry Palsgrove missed up Dorris' roller. The Kiwanis were unable to touch Dorris with anything much better than a loud foul until Hurley White, who fielded brilliantly at short for the winners, threw high to first after making a good stop of Bruce's high hopper. Dorrle got Palsgrove and J. L. Austin on strikes but Tinker beat out a hit to deep short, White again coming up with a fine stop to save a run.. Jimmy Marshall strolled for .Dorris' first walk, but "Dusty" Rhoads was fanned, TJprisinf Checked Doug got himself into what proved to be a hornet's nest by walking Nathaniel Austin to open the top half of the sixth. Bobby Jacques forced Nathan, but Stallings sent "Prenchy" to third with a double. Bruce powdered a Jour bagger between left and centerfield and romped home behind his two base runners. When Palsgrove cracked one to center for a base Coach Mullins decided Worris had enough and called in Howard. Olpnn Dale Indicated he was going to make short work of It as he slipped three fast pitches by J. L. Austin. But Tinker kept the skein alive with a Texas Leaguer, sending Palsgrove to third. He took second on the throw to the plate. The Legion fans became more alarmed when Marshall looked over {our wide ones to fill the bases. It was then up to Rhoades. But Dusty choked the bid by popping to Boyd. The box score: KIWANIS CIAJB AB H N Austin, rf 2 Jacques, ss 3 Stallihgs, p 3 Bruce, Ib Palsgrove, 2b J. L. Austnl, If Tinker, If Marshall, c 3 3 3 3 1 3 24 PO 0 3 0 4 0 1 0 7 0 15 Rhoads. cf Totals AMERICAN LEGION AB H PO Plunkett, rf Boyd, 2b Rounsavali, c Howard, lb-p Don-Is, v-lb White, ss Bunch, If Warren O. Harding was the only President of the United States to visit Alaska during his term of office. He made the journey m 1923, shortly before his death. Hatch, cf X Peek, cf Lovelace, 3b Totals 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1 2 26 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka. sawbi District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Louise Cranick, Ptf. vs. No. 12428 Orrin Edward Cranick, Dft. The defendant, Orrin Edward Cranick, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court nam. ed in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Louise Cranick. Dated this 23rd day of June, 1953. Qeraldine Lisbon, Clerk By Laverne Ball, D. C. Percy A. Wright, atty for pit. Claude F. Cooper, atty ad litem. 6125 1|l-8-lS X Peek taced White for Hatch in I 5th. I Oh, Goody! Mommy Says I Can Go See "FROSTY" Osceola Little Leaguers Play Host to Marked Tree Tonight The Osceola Little Leaguers with a Northeast Arkansas Little League record of 6-3, play Marked Tree tonight at 8:00 under the arcs at Hale Field In Osceola. In their last encounter with the Indians from Marked Tree the Osceola team won 33-10; however, the Indians have been playing winning ball of late and should prove a tougher foe this time around. Tuesday night the Osceola Little Leaguers added victory number six against Tyronza in a game that furnished pressure from start to finish. Trailing 2-0 going into the Lop of the fifth the Papooses racked the Tyronza pitching for eight hits ;odd for nine runs and in their next two times at bat added six markers to give them a 15-3 lead. With Tyronza having one more :rlp to the platter in the bottom of the seventh the Osceola substitutes took over and before the could be extinguished Tyronza tallied ten runs and had three ducks on the pond with two out. Ed Weldon nipped In the bud the chances of pulling one out of the fire by striking out Johnny Weir. Back In the lineup tonight for he Osceola nine will be .first baseman Billy Robblns who has been m the sick list for the past week. Other starters for the Tribe will Ray Mann, Jr., catcher; Jerry Weldon. pitcher: Stan Sanders.' second 'base; Ed Weldon, shortstop: | Jack Mor.se, third base; Logan Young, left lielrl; Jerry Hill, cen- ; terfield; and Ray Adcock, right field. ; Jerry Weldon pitched the 33-10 win over Marked Tree four weeks : ago. The pint-sized ten-year-old • lefthander has won three and lost., two for the season. BOB'S ELECTRIC for • Air Conditioning Installation & Service • Repair Service • Wiring • Motor.' Phone 2423 956 E. 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