The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 10
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WGETEN RLYTTTEVrU.K (ARK.) COURTKR NEWS 'Wrong Way Pirates' After New National League Low Reds Deal Bucs 32nd Loss 5-2; Giants Beat Bums 6-2 No ft' York . Brooklyn .. Chicago . .. Cincinnati . Philadelphia Si. Louis ... Boston Pittsburgh , «>• .TACK HANI) Al' S'lMlrls Writer NATIONAL I,F\OIIF . ' Wl '°"*f Wa - v 1'ittsliui-gh is I'uiiuiriK away from tlie Na- Pct. GB! llon »l 1-eatnic. Willioul mucli trouble, (hen- can clinch last Ka lllilPO llV .Illlv .1 W L . 'M 8 23 10 . 21 1C 19 n .15 18 17 21 13 19 .1 12 .765 .697 2'i .568 6'.528 8 .-155 lU'z .117 11 M6 12 .11921',:, AMKKICAN I.KAGUK Cleveland . Washington Boston New York . Chicago ... 81. Louis ... PllilndPlptnii Detroit W 1, 2-1 15 20 15 1>0 !5 17 15 .1!) 10 19 23 13 18 1! 23 Pel. Oil .615 ... .571 2 .571 2 .531 3'i .50(1 4>' 2 .452 «>2 .-113 7 place by July <1. nac:iiB_backmii-fl at a breath- a Mike Garcia pitch and sloppy talcing .179 pace, they promise to liml the answer to "how low is down?" Unless tliere is a drastic chnnjjD. they should set n modern- day losing record in the majors. Jus! look al the figures. Won, 7. Lost. 32. Games bi'hiiirl, 211... Games behind .seventh place, 'J 1 ^. And the season is only ore rounh over. If they keep it up ihcy'll wind up with 28 wins on Ihc year. l)m;k in 1916 the Philadelphia A's set the modern low with a 3C-in .season. In '35 [he Boston Braves finished .324 10'i 1 wl "' 3B - 115 . Ulc National League ' ~ j record.. OiH-e upoji ft Uiue. w.-tv SOUTHEKN ASSOCIATION ! l)ack y° m ^ r '" 1» 3 ». » Cleveland W I, Pel ! lp:lm ixnrmged to win only 20 nil 28 18 .003 j ycar . Dm 130a " s «n"y is lite divid- 28 20 583 ' nf > " ne ^ m niodern records. Mobile New Orleans AUiintn Chattanooga Birmingham Nnshville Little Rock Memphis Bears Whip Pebs To Protect Lead Slim Crowd Watches Mobile Get 4-2 Win; Chicks Beaten 5-1 ZD ££ OJi! ( ~ " " ""*' """ *-""J «'t<-ji-", 23 21 .5231" co " slslcnt l>cnminl winner in the Although the fans stayed awa 20 22 .470 Yn'^-s' 'arm chain for many years, in droves last night, Ihe Mobil 25 20 .556! .~~- u n.u KuLji^ 25 22 .6321 Plnuc ™ (c - Put>r otd Billy Meyer, Cleveland Melding broke Oarcia's live-Kiune win streak. Old Satchel Paige slrolled In to save nobby Caln'.s fourth win at Si. Louis as [he Brownies broke Chicago's [rnir - game winning streak. 3-1. The other American League teams were not scheduled. .425 .213 YKSTKHDAY'S RESULTS \atlnnal League New York e Brooklyn 1 Chicago 7 St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 1 Only games scheduled American league Detroit 8 Cleveland 2 , fit. Louis 3 Chicago 1 Only games scheduled Southern Association Atlanta e, Chattanooga 4 Mobile 4, Little Rock 2 New Orleans 5, Memphis 1 Nashville at Birmingham rnin TODAY'S GAM1-S N'alinnal I.eaRuc Boston at Brooklyn New York at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled American l.eagtie Cleveland at Detroit Philadelphia at New York Washington at Boston night Only games scheduled Southern Association Night Games Memphis at New Orteam Chattanooga at Atlanta ' Nashville at Birmingham LKIe Rock at Mobile musl be afraid lo look at Ihc pa pers. HUrs III Minors Maybe Branch Rickey's youth movement will pay off in the fulure book. He has no-hil pilchers and 21 strikeout artists In the lower minors. But the collection now performing nt Pill.sburgli certainly is learning Ihe hard way. They lost another last night, 5-2. to Cincinnati as the veteran Kenny i Haffensbernci- won bin sixth of the j season. Bobby Adams and Roy Me- iMfllnn hit homers to case Haffy home past Red Munger. In the upper slrata of Ihc league. Jim Ifearn pitched the New York Gianls to a third straight over Brooklyn, 0-2, owning tip a 2',i- game lead oti the Dodgers. It was Ihe last game for Willie Mays, Gianls ccnlerfieldcr, who reports for Army duly today. The Chicago Cubs once a pushover for Harry Brecheen. chased "The Cat" for Ihc third slratKht time in beating the St. Louis Cards. 7-2. In tho other National League game. Tigers Claw Imll.un Detroit just won't let Cleveland forget how they knocked the Tigers out of Ihe pennant in 1950. When Ted Dray beat the Trihe Major League Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE BAITING — Ennls, WlniieJphla. J43; Adcock, Cincinnati. .333; Mus- lal, St. Louis and Lockman, New- Tor);. .331. RONS — Lockman, New York, 81; Adams. Cincinnati and Williams, New York, 25. RUNS BATTED IN — Snuer, Chicago. 41; Thomson, New York, 32: Campanella, Brooklyn, 'n. HITS — Saner, Chicago and Ennis. Philadelphia. 47; Musial, St. Louis and Adams, Cincinnati, 45 DOUBLES — Williams, New York, Merson, Pittsburgh and Musl- al. SI. Louis, 11. Triples — Thompson, New York 5: Adcock, Cincinnati, Mays, New York and Ennis. Philadelphia 4 HOME RUNS _ saner. Chicago' 10; Pafko. Brooklyn, B; Mmheu.v Boston and Adcock, Cincinnati 7 STOLEN BASES — Jclhnic. Ens'. ton. Reese. Brooklyn and Wiltirlm New York, 4-0. AMERICAN I.K\c,l'F. BATTING - DiMus^io. Boston .3Dl; Hoscn. Cleveland. 36 Kcll Dc-non. _32(j HUNS - Aviia. Cleveland 21- Clevelnnd. 24 RUNS BATTED IN _ Ro ,rn, .Cleveland. 26: Dropo, B Oilo n 25 Lioby. Cleveland, 23. lasl night, 6-2, fourth win in i land. Pat Mull it was Delrotl's row over Clcve- fluke two-run double when he ducked away from , Bears stayed on lop of the Southern Association race and enhanced their reputation as n hustling bunch of youngsters who Jusl won't give ground. Young jny Ver Crouse pilchect his way out of jams all evening as he hurled the leaders to a 4-2 decision over Little nock before 1.891 fans— smallest turnout of the year in Mobile. New Orleans remained only n Rame off the pace by measuring Memphis, 5-1. while' Atlanta ce- STELLAR STALEY—Eddie Stanky predicted before Ihe 1052 campaign began lhal Gerry Slaley would win 20 games, and the 28-year-old right-hander made the Cardinal manager lock like a genuine expert starling on" with seven wins in nine games. (NBA) . mented its hold on place, , trimming Chattanooga. 6-4. Nnsh- ville and Birmingham were rained oul and will play two games tonight. Mobile picked up all Hs necessary runs in the first inning off John Weiss. The Bears, a great bunch of opportunists, put together three singles, a walk and two outfield flics for the scores. Don Zim- mcr'.s homer provided the other run In Ihe eighth. Fuzzy-faced Don Cochrane. the 10-yeiir-old Arkansas plienom. con- limiting Memphis lo three hits to keep his New Orleans teammates within striking distance of the front running Mobile entry. Two of h blows otf Cochrnn, now tho holder of a &-0 record, were by Floyd Fogg, the ex-Pel. One of Fogg's hits was a homeland provided the only run for the Chicks. Wallard's Record Is Hot Topic On Eve of Indianapolis Race By DALE BURGKSS INDIANAPOLIS MV-Motorists and motorcyclists massing outside Motor Speedway gates tflrlay killed time debuting: Can nnybndy match Wai lard's record-breaking 1851 speed In tomorrow's SOO-mlla Memorial Day auto race?. Old-timers who had seen a dozen or so of Ihe past 35 "500's" doubted thai Wallard's 126,'i-H milo-an-hour average will be equalled. This year's 33-ctir field nverosed about two miles an hour faster lhan the '51 field in qualificalions. But it isn't likely to enjoy the perfect racing conditions of last year. AVeatiier and wrecks can ctit the .speed far be-low the cars' potential. Lasl year the weather was perfect eight cars survived last year's speed. Meyer pointed out that the Meyer - Drake engines -were designed only for speeds of about 125 miles nn hour. The speedwny changed Ihc rules to permit gearing down for Ihe race bill some mechanics chose to keep the engines running at high speed — and hope. The expected wear and (ear on the conventional four-cylinder engines Improved Ihe prospects of Alberto Ascari of Milan, the European IDS! champion, and Freddy Agabashiatl of Albany, Calif. Brecheen Draws Fine For Bunted Pitch-Out CHICAGO WV-Eddlc Stanky. apolo^mg to newsmen for an outburst during yesterday* St. Louis Cardin ;1 Ls-Clm-a K o Cubs game said he was on edge alter levcl.ng a fn.e against pitcher Harry Brecheen Newsmen yesterday had asked* : ' the field announcer lo query the Cardinals manager on (lie reason (or Sum Musial's removal late in the game. Stnuky reportedly told the scribes to go .ly « kite in unprintable language. After the game, which the Cards! lost 7-2, it was learned Musial had i Injured his knee in a fifth-inning Gavilan Scores Second Victory Pruden fall in the oulfieJd. He is expected lo be back in the lineup tomorrow. Stanky apologized last night for INDIANAPOLIS Iff— Filzie Pru- dcn of Toronto, Canada, today had found welterweight champ' Kid Card manager He said he had leveled "an automatic $50 fine" against Brecheen for allowing Cub Bob Rama//,otli to bunt on a pilch-out in the third inning. Chinchilla Are Bred By Two Brothers INDIANAPOLIS W)—Two brothers started with uvr> pairs of chinchilla three years jigo anil now they have 61 of the precious rodent.? on their 250-acre chinchilla ranch. The chinchilla, valued at Sl.scfl a pair, was almost cxtincl in 1022 on 500-mile race week. The Indiana Athletic Commission phy.sicinn stopped the bout after the fifth round. The non-title bout was scheduled for 10 rounds. Pniden. who had lost a split decision to Giwtla.ii in Milwaukee 14 months ago. was smeared with blood and tottering. It went into bonks as a sixth round knockout. A crowd of 7.200 about half filled tile Indiana State fairgrounds coliseum. It had been the same story in several previous attempts lo promote fights in Indianapolis a day 1 or two before the big auto race— {a thin crowd nnd a poor bout. say Louis and Charles Darko. The Butcher Serves Donkey everal years \ <-.. . „ , ' brothers say it will be se ., nefore enough breeding slock Is ac- cimrulaled lo put pells on Ihe market. To protect themselves against the savage Kitati people across the Yalu Hivcr to the north, the ancient Koryo kings, who rtiled what is rnoUern-day Korea, built, a great, wall 25 !eet high across Ihe entire peninsula. Steak to Portuguese LUANDA, Portuguese Ani^-ola (;r-f —A Portuguese butcher In Angola .started a trade in stolen donkey nteat recently. It is not yet known how many donkeys have been stolen and kill'- ed. Local newspaper admitted that nobody In Luanda Is sure of not having been served donkey steak during the last several weeks. —hot nnrl windless—and the nice j Ascari will drive a'v-12 Itr.lian slowed only one minute anrt 10 seconds by a wreck. That was Mauri Rose's upset, lie landed in Ferrari that proved exceptionally I durable in Grand Prix compelllion | last year. Agabashian's new Cum ..,. ,.»,,.. , L. i ,,i_,, j, i lt i . (\^,iUrtf>Hlttllft HEW Will 11- the inliclrt ami the track wasn't , mms diescl special lias a modified j blocked There's also the possibility pointed oul by Louis Meyer ot Los Angeles, builder of most of the six-cylinder truck engine. 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Only •>(! minutes time is re<|tiire<l lo have vnur Koixl Safely Choi-kcd. . . . \\VI1 he look inn for \ mil TTOKSPAY. MAY 89, Yank Jim McHale Meets Top-Ranked Scot Today in British Amateur Play By TOM OCH1LTKEE PRKSTWICK, Scotland (AP)— Big Jim McHale of Philadelphia faced R go " ob- Mays Departs for Army; 'Well Miss Him'-Durocher H> JOK HE1CH1.KK HROOKLVN M>i—Leo Duroclier was discussing one o( his favorite subjects on the New York Giant bench before yesterday's clash with the Brooklyn Dodgers— Willie May.?. "We're going to miss 'Say-Hey'4- - __ Willie a lot," the Giant manager was saying. "More than most people realize. I'd say we're going to miss him as much if not more than we do the big guy." By "the big guy" Durocher meant M o n t e irvin. who has missed all ot the season with a broken ankle suffered during spring triiiuir.g. Mays played his last game yesterday before entering the armed forces tomorrow. "That kid Is the greatest young ball player I have ever seen. r;a none." Leo continued. "He is the only one that I know of who has chance to be as great as Joe DiMaggio. Willie has the five essentials to be a truly great player, lie can run. he has a great arm, he is a tremendous outfielder, he is a good hitler and he has lots of jiower." Better Tlian Moore? Durocher turned to Diz/.y Dean, silting nearby, and addressed the former great pitcher, who is now radio sports announcer. "I believe Mays right now is a better outfielder than Terry Moore ever was," he said, "and next lo DiMaggio, he was the greatest I ever saw. What do you think, Diz?" Dean nodded in agreement. ''This kid does more things than Moore did." he said. "For one thing, he has a better arm than Moore had. For that matter. Mays has- the greatest arm I ever saw, greater than DiMag. He is faster than DiMog, too." Durocher, Dean and Moore were teammates on the St. Louis CardU nal teams of the 1330s. In Mays' absence Durocher plans to alternate Hank Thompson in centerfield against rlghthanded pitching and Chuck Dierine; against lefthanded pitching. Bob Elliott will be the every day leftfietder. Daily Worker Picks Winners But Wants Cut LONDON fjry-The London Bails- Worker, whose sports columnist forecast the winner o" the Derby yesterday, asked its readers for a- share of their winnings today. The Worker said it needed $6,921 inna hurry. The Communist publication, which has been having ordinary capitalist troubles in making ends meet, appealed to its render's to "show their appreciation" lor a tip on Tulyar. Ihe winner. The Worker's sports columnist identified only as "Cayton," has Picked the winner of all three of Britain's big races this year. "VTou can repay him." the Worker announced on its front page, "by organizing: collections to get Snead Favored In Western Open ST. LOUIS (IP)— It's Sam Snead against the field today as the 49th Western Open Golf tournament starts Its 72-hole tour at Westwood Country Club. Professionals, amateurs and gallery alike give the nod to alammin' Sammy, ranking PGA and Masters champion, in the $15.000 -1-day meet. Only the low 60s and ties will still be in the running after the 36-holc mark Friday, trimming the starting field 0 / Miller Is a Glasgow football player, so lie Is one opponent McHale does not dwarf. Furthermore, he already has eliminated three Americans from (he running, including the highly regarded Ted Bassctt ' of New York In » fourth-round match yesterday. The 19-year-old Scot Is a cool customer. He demonstrated that yesterday when he pretty well solved the problem ot the terrifio winds of the 6,531-yard Prestwick layout. Anyone who can lilt Into such gales automoticaly carries the label: "dangerous." Top Match This promised to be one of the top matches of (he day. McHale has shot some bad holes but hs also had some good ones. Prestwick, shorlest of Ihe Brlllsh championship courses, does not particularly lend itself to McHale's booming drives. Defending Champion Dick Chapman of PinelHirst. N. c., who also seems to have solved the problems of winds, took to the course against Maj. David Blair, 35-year-old former British Army champion whll* Prank Strafaci of New York, another American favorite, met British Walker Cup player Jimmy Wilson. Extensive changes in th« sippi River Valley were made violent earthquakes in the winter of 1811-12. including the formation of Reelfoot Lake. 14 miles loni »nd four miles wide. every possible penny to this office before the end ot the month." 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