The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 13, 1953
Page 11
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TOLT w, BLTI'HE TILLV fUMt.T PA9E ELBTBW keptics Still lot at Stengel Junior Loop After 4th Win Over Ole Casey ? By JOE REICHER CINCINNATI (AP) — Skeptical American Leaguers, nly critical of Casey Stengel's pitching strategy, hoped the nager's World Series Magic will work in tomorrow's All- r game against the powerhouse National League. engel is under fire for his in- :nce on going with only one hpaw pitcher—Chicago's Billy •ce—against the National's left- led fencebusters. Only the lory of Stengel's successful lefty Bob Kuzava against National's tough right-handed rs in the last two World Ser- tempered their remarks, peaking as a fan," said Gen- Manager Frank Lane of the e Sox, 'I can't see why Sten- picked only one left-hander n anybody can see that the onal is stacked with southpaw gers. How did he overlook Mel lell, Boston's fine left-hander? ' I were the National League ager, you can bet I'd keep my landers in all games. But then n, we front office men aren't osed to know as much as the Tigers." Calvin Griffith. Washington vice president, also expressed amazement over Stengel's failure to select Parnell. National 7-5 Favorite "The last time I looked," Griffith said," Parnel had the best record in the league. How did Stengel ever pass him up?" National Leaguers, still smarting from four straight World Series defeats by Stengel, were confident they could gain some measure of revenge by whipping the Yankee skipper for the fourth straight time in the midsummer classic. They beat him 4-3, 8-3 and 3-2 in the last three years. Although the American League has won 12 of the previous 19 clashes, the .betting gentry has installed the Nationals a 7-5 favorite. They base their odds on the home run abilty of Cincinnati's op Welterweights >n Week's TV Card 3W YORK m — Two of the welterweight prospects around e days, Danny Glovanelli of York and Alan Moody of Chigo on display tonight in klyn and Chicago, e 20-year-old Giovanelli, win- of 12 in a row and 20 out of ro lights, faces another young er, Joey Klein of New York, e feature ten rounder at East- Parkway Arena. Klein has won E 16 pro bouts. iody, a clever boxer and a hitter, meets Italy's Waldo l;aro in an eight-rounder at bago's Rainbo Arena. The 21- !r-old Chicago Negro has a 24-1 <5rd. he entire network TV fight prom is monopolized by the wel- terweights this week. Welterweight king Kid Gavilan takes on streaking Ramon Fuentes, California 147- pound champion, in a non-title ten at Milwaukee Wednesday. This 8 p. m. CST, fracas will be -telecast coast to coast by CBS. Fuentes has won 14 in a row and has a 21-1 record. He is a good all-around ringman and should make the champ go all out. Saturday night's TV coast to coaster — featuring welterweights naturally—comes out of Boston where Gerry Dreyer, British 147- pound titlist from South Africa, mixes with Wilbur Wilson of Kox- bury, Mass., in a ten rounder. ABC will telecast the bout starting at 7 p. m. LUXORA •- The Luxor» Tigers broke a six-game losing skein here 'Mterday »s they downed the Curacy Redblrds, 7-1, Car»w)iy, who won the district N.B.C. laurels only Friday, could muster no plate attack against Terry. Moore O'neal's initial mound ffort. O'Neal spaced nine safeties nicely, struck out four and walked MINER MARTIN It looks like Billy Martin is wearing a miners cap, but the light is only the ball the Yankees' second baseman has thrown to first after a force-out at the Stadium. (NEA) Ted Kluszewski and Gus Bell, Milwaukee's Eddie Mathews and St. Louis'. Stan Musial, and Enos Slaughter, all of .whom bat left- handed. Red Schoendienst of the Cardinals, the National League'6 leading hitter, hits both ways. Back of Pierce, Stengel has five righthanders. They are Cleveland's Bob Lemon and Mike Garcia, New York's Johnny Sain and Allie Reynolds and St. Louis' Satchel Paige. All but Sain • and Garcia pitched yesterday. The American starting lineup is evenly balanced with four right- handers and four lefthanders but manager Chuck Dressen of the Nationals can counter with southpaws Warren Spahn of Milwaukee, Curt Simmons of Philadelphia and Harvey Haddix of St. Louis 01 righthanders Robin Roberts of Phil' delphia, Gerry Staley of St. Louis, Murry Dickson of Pittsburgh and Hoyt Wilhelm of New York. Staley, Roberts and Wilhelm saw action Sunday. Experts expect American League power to be supplied by New York's Yogi Berra and Mickey Mantle. Cleveland's Al Rosen and Philadelphia's Gus Zernial. The Best Family Reference Work Available is: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Parents: The time to answer their questions is the time they are asked. Can you do it easily? 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DELTA IMPLEMENTS, INC. 312 South 2nd Phone 6863 INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Standard of the Highway Luxora Tigers Break Losing Streak; Beat Caraway 7-1 Virgil Trucks of the Chicago Whit* Sox has pitched six no-hit- ,crs since he has been in organ- zed baseball. Two of them occurred In the majors, both in 1952. The Chicago Cubs' Hank Sauer las a brother Ed -^vho played for only one batsman. Meanwhile, the Tigers pounded thrci Itedbird pitchers for fourteen hits, including six doubles and two triples, boll) off the bat of Pete Bennett. Moonel, Caraway starter, was tagged for the loss. Score by innings: Caraway 001 000 000—1 Luxora 012 210 10X—7 Prank Shea, hurler lor the Washington senators, is nicknamed "Spec" after his father who was called Spec because of his freckles. ,he same Cubs in 1943, '44 and '45. ses in 1953. The University of Florida quater- 51.3 per cent of his forward pas- INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? 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