The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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PACT SIX Satchell Paige Talked Up As Prospect for All-Star Tilt ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, U NATIONAL l.K\C,VK Brooklyn New Yord Chicago Si. Louis Cincinnati Fhiladelphls Boston Pittsburgh W I. J'ct. OB 35 12 .74S 3(1 11 .63R S 30 IS Ml 6 as a« .490 i? 24 26 .480 12'i 19 27 .413 IS'z 19 28 .404 16 13 40 .245 25 AMKKJCA.V LH W v York Cleveland Bnfiton chicaao 26 30 23 20 23 St. '_>»»•; DetrnK 1^ 3 x -Lead in porrfnuigc. UK Pol. .Ml MB .583 S2n .son .4(15 .451 .30fi SOUTHERN' ASSOCIATION New Orleans Mobile Chattanooga Atlanta Nashville Birmingham LitUe Rocfc Memphis L Pet. 3S 25 .IS74 35 2C .574 33 2fi .55S 30 27 .526 2B 2!) .500 30 .474 .444 19 39 .333 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National league Si. Louis 1 Brooklin 0 (1(1 tnnlngfl) Cincinnati 6 New York. S U« in- nlnps) PitLsntirgh 7 Boston ft. Chicago 10 Philadelphia S American I^ajtn* Neu- York 4 Detroit n Cleveland 4 Washington 3 St. Louis 7 Boston 4 Chicago 1& Philadelphia 4 Mobile C. Nashville J TOHAVS GAMKS National IjCaRnn PhUadelphta »t Chicago. Ne»' York ftt Cinrinnati. night. Borfon al. Pittfbllreh. night. Brooklyn at St. Louis, night. Detroit at New York. St. Louie Rt Boston, nigVit. Chicago nt Philadelphia, night. Cleveland at Washington, night. Southern Alwotlallon Last Niglil's HeslllU: Tonight's Games:. Memphis al Atlanta (21 Little Rock at BhminKhan) t'J) Nashville al Mohlle Chattsnoopp fit Nem' Orleans City Softball Standings COMMEKOIAI. 1.KAGIIE Tc.liv W. 1.. Pel. Dirts Sox 4 I .BOD KHow-iUters -1 1 .BOO Plnrters 2 3 .400 Money Changers 3 4 .333 Lenlllnr Pullers 2 i .286 helm only -,\ ff«x >ir-ut:s before, the 2finir_ .St. Louis owner niii Veeck, w)jn ftrorj Knrnsby. wns fin intcr- ostpd spf-rtnlor. Hnme runs by Hobby Yoinifi and Flot) Nienian off Ktarior Ii'an Dolnrk cot ihr firowns off io an early lend they never relinruii.shecL Flain dHn vfd the eame whirh was not finished until after miilnipht. Yot>j FJrrra providrfl 1 f]p hiy punch fur the Y ,T n k r " *•, Me smashed two linmrrs n[f In.sor Ted Gray to bnnd the tiger southpaw his fifth loss Browns' Ancient Flinger Shows He's Still Good with Chips Down ny ,IOK ru:icm,r.H As*'i«bhd Prrss Sports Write; Tip to Casey Rlcnjrol, who will mannjre the American ]fl52 all-star loam in the inlei'-tonjruo rtassic in Philadelphia m*xl month: Want to know how Io snap Iho National's Iw<j-K?uno sin-Elk? Nothing to it. .select J,cttoy (Satchel!) Paige as one of your eight for Philii dolphin's Bobby Shunts and New York's Aflle Rev- \ nolrls, there hasn't hern a mpro i effective huilcr It) the lencue thnnj •; during the- pnsl [mir works. j And /or threp inning?, the maxi-j mum distance in an nll-Mnr iraine, ; ho ancient Negro is ns gurul H i clutch pitcher us anybody In thn i lixlny, :cl OUTS Pniee a flrbl, nf f dn, Rl that. Hut for Ihr 44-1 year-old (says he> ritfhihnntlpr's j superb relief jnh last nipht Casey's f Mew York Yankees might no! DC j in first place today. Thai's rlRlit. The dcfemhnrj; champion Yankees nre in the lop position today for the first limp season. That came about when Erldie Lop at pitched them Io a 4-fl four-hit victory over Del roil white the St. Louis Browns were turning back Ihe Boston Red Sox, 7-4. And U'lin was I IIP Brownie sin r? Old Snlchemo Paige. Lontr and LpRoy en me to HIP resrne of starter Ned Gnrver )n the sixth Inning atter the Fieri Sox had fItihbed the Brownie nee tor two runs which Inft. them (railing, S-1. Pnlge found Iwo men on base with only OIIP out but t»ot Ihp side out without fiirttier SCOT hip. The Red Sox did no more scoring. The loss dropped the Red fiox into third place behind the Cinve- Innd [ndians who edged Wnshiner- Ion, 4-3. This Cmcngo White Sox moved past thp Senators into fourth place with n 15-4 slu^fc.sL triumph over tha Philadelphia Athletics. The surprising Chicago Cubs picked up a full game on Ihe Na- Lpngiip I lenders, thrashing the Philadelphia Phillies, 10-S, while the fro til-run nhiK Brooklyn I Dodgers and second place New York Giants were losing. Sophomore Joe Presko pitched the St. Louis Card inn Is tn a 10-Inning 1-0 triumph over the Dodpers' Chris Van Ciiyk and the Cincitmntl Reds outlasiert Hie Glnnts, 6-5 In 14 fur- ions innings. Pittsburgh's cellar- dwellei'.s climbed within 25 primes of tht lop with a T-o win over the Boston nrnvt-s. In preserving Carver's third victory, Paipe extended his scoreless skein io 24 1-3 innlnps. It marked Ihp ninth M might litne tip has either saved a game or picked, up a win since May 4 when he suffered hiK lone setback. He hns won five straight nnd sports a fi-1 record, nil In relief. Ordinarily a relief hnrler does not gnin fin all- star herth, but the American League set a precedent in 1949 when R picker! Joe Pngu o< the Yankees. The victory was riouuty-swwL for Ihe Browns as it marked the debut of ma IIR R er M n rt y M a rion. who succeeded RoRers Hornsby at the Bar-Room Brawl Between Irish Bob And Jake LaMotta Looms Tonight DETROIT <ft— Tf fans pack Qiym-jfrom San Diego, Is rated a 7-51 The power-punching ?4-V€sr-old - P .^.,.~ ,~ ....^,..,_ .„=... „_.. favorite LaMolta is expected toj Ncpro will have to give up at least one of his Briiisii titles .soon b»- ctwr Ihe rule^ a«y he can*t to champion In two weight divisions at ihe same time. But he's Jn no hurry, •TH keep whichever one wiJj get me a world tHJe fight," he said, "and I reckon that all depends on how Robinson and Maxim come out," pia Stadium for tonight's Irish Bob Murphy-Jake LaMotta figlit it »'il! he for one reason only: to see a slam-banK bar-room type brawl be.- iween two guys who like to mix It. The International Boxing Club ays the winner will gel a shot at Kivc murphy about eiehl pounds— 108 to 17C. Turpin Wins Fourth Title LONDON • •' - •-• s--* v « .iiiui — •• ijvjitu^jr* '/ri — iJejilng RandV ihn lisht-heavyweiRht title, which Turpin, who now owns four boxing I may or may not pan out. That titles in two weight divisions, rest-j prospect may lure a few additional fan-i into the indoor sports palace on x warm night. But the prospect of a real return hassle between LaMotta, Detroit's adopted son, and the man who shredded his fuce in (heir only previous meeting 1 is much more alluring to Detroit fans blacked out from a nation-wide lelecnst. No doubt about it, (he boul Is nn important onp to both fighters. LoNf/Hta. dethroned middleweight e d on his laurels today waiting to '• see who will fight htm for a world! championship. ! Turpin crashed into the licht-J heavyweight ranks last night with i brilltnntly executed 11-round i knockout of Don Cockell. U'LiVH/LVrt. UCLUJUILftl IlllUUH'V.f J^l" j'p^tjy OWnS king, has outgrown that weight j L; '__ class and needs to get by Murphy I 'Hie well-earned victory gave j him Cockell's Briiish national and! E^mpirc 17,S-pound crowns to go wilh [he English and Euro- pcan middleweiffht titles he al- Tigers After Fifth Mixora's Tigers will b« seeking their fifth straight win Thursday night when they travel fco Rfdgley, Tenn. The Tigers grabbed an «-5 victory from Marmaduke Sunday behind the seven-hit pitching of Charles Brown. Double plays, three of them, helped his cause. BAY WINDOW LKAGDF. Tram Lifers 7 0 Chevrolets * 3 Mead 1 ? 3 « Plowuoys 2 4 Fisher 1 4 Moose 1 5 I'd. 1.000 .571 .429 .33 a .2011 .280 Lifers Undefeated In BWL Play Amrr;c'-m United T-ifr i? still pluv- inc; 1.001 ball in the Bay Window League. The LUrrr tonk a n-10 victory from rh«ir only ch^Hcn^pr. SulH- van-N«?ls'in. in a crime at Little Park yfstftri iv- I_pri by B. I.iUr 1 *' limner, ind ron- s prut ire fio;ib;''> by Mphare Rtul Rosers. thp Lifrr? tallied MUIP runs in the third tnnlne to ice the contest. C- I.ri«f«; also homorpci for thf wiimt-rs anri Otrrou was doing the Lifrr hnriiriE. Burnham U-ri Chevrolet liLKinp TriTh a h-imer and two slnptrs. l-eeTooller hart thres Miieies ami Wrieht homrirrt in ihe Insiru rinse. Sampson was Chevrolet hnrler. Sixty-one Implement will me.-' Jimmy Fi^hpr's team in thi? afternoon's mn:eM. Rog Forgot His Men Are Also People Brown Players ThankVeeck for Emancipation BOSTON (AIM — With such H loquacious boss as Rill Vceck clpina riding complete attention, milrl Marly Marion has h«o* hut litlle nppmliuiily i Io outline liis plans an VRlnran [ Rogers J-Jornshy's successors nt ihn liclm of the St. Louis! Browns. I Flul Nfarty. «'ho .srrvt-d one term tvs the Si. UO\IJB Cardinals' pilnt. (lid nifinnge to eel tn n few words between Veeck's long explanation* of yestnrtlny's Ilornshy firing"I don't .stiy we have B gre^t club, or even u good one." Veeck conceded, "but I'm .sure onr players will gel nlnng much belter u'n- der M«Hnn than with Hr>rnsby." After (lie seven-phuie Rrownies' colorful president assumed full re- i spnnMhilily tot 1 erinr>Kinp Horn shy i and listed some of the letter's mnn- } ntterinl FnilipRS In several thousand well chosen words. Mnrty wns Riven on opportunity to get in a few in his o\vn__behnlf. "I don't;|Jlnn any drn.slic chnn^es in povsonnel, 1 ' Mnrlon explained, "fin going to try Io picfc my nine best plnyci's and use them evRry gnme. Tlicre'U not be any two platoon system for me." "Ami ns for my own competitive plrins. I'm still iiopinK I can piny j 10(1 games at shorlstop this season (hen take up bench mannprinc the. LITTLE MO—Wearing an outfit especially created for her. Maureen Connolly polishes her ground strokes at .Surbilon, England The 17-yenr-olrJ United Stales champion plays w^lh tlie WtRhlmar, Cup team at Wimbledon. June 13-14. and the Championships there. June 23-July 5. (KF.A) io »o very far in the division, Irish Bob, beaten badly by Joey Maxim, light-heavy champion, after he TKO'ri I.aMotta al- mosr a year ago, would drop way hack down the comeback trail on a reversal by Jake. Murphy, the son I h paw ex-sailor Juveniles Have Busy Day, Top Duro Chrome, Holland Midget Player Has One-Hitter In Taking Win V.'U.h BraU'tier, neat HHle ciirve- K.IIer. allnsving but one hit, the I -ioi.s Midget Leaeuers took the, j orjenins: day contest from Ihr i American Legion, H-l, yesterday at I Ninth Street- Park. j A crowd ot nearly 100 was on i ha no t/i see Mayor Dan Blodgett osr out the first ball to get the Planters Hardware Juveniles had a busy day yesterday. Yppterciny afternoon thev took a Commercial Softball [.cagurr Rnmp nl Maloney Park by tlic score of Thrti tasl nigh I., thr .luvrnL]»s wfinl. Io HotlnnrJ where they de- feared the Holland team. R~2. Rinht hit?; were enough *o c'tve t>ie .Juvenile. 1 ; their win over Dura Chrome ye.stei day afternoon. Garner, with H homer among his two hllfi In three trips, and Burnham. who nlpo hnd a four-ha^cer. led the juveniles at the plnte. Browns next \ p ear anti Ihe n after." Marion continued. ! Veeck, naturally, is enihusi;\F.tic [ aboul his Marion appointment. And j so nre most of the Browns' players. "T marie up my mind to crel rid ' of Hornsby about 10 days afro and] .lust waited for an opporiurte time to (Jo so," Vceok explained. "It seems that he, as an employer, I forgot that employees arc people, j too." As srion as Ihe nut-spoken Hnrnsby hnd made his speedy de- pa rture. the Si, Louis plavprs lie- pan to chorus their complaints rbon* hi^ exnctinc mpthorls. When VtofiK entrrrd their Fenway Park, dressinj? room before Inst nipht's 7-1 win over the Rod Sox. he was presented with n handsome two-foot silver cup sur- mmiiittMt by n pokieu bailor by pitt-her Ned Gjirver oi] behalf of his icHtnnintcs. It bore the in.sci iptinn—"To Bill Veeck for tho greatest play since the Em tine Lpn lion Proclamation. .June 10. V£)52, from the players of the S1. is Browns." Four h.i^cs on balls and fivn stolen base* aided the Planters' caii^e. Whi?pnhiin(. niln\vod the f.enther Pnhers but four hits in winning. Most dr\ma2inp blow was a double bv Sinjiieton in the fourth )n- »inE. D. Roftrk. Hall flnd .1. Grenn. coi Duro Chrome's other hits, Torn-! my Dorris was on the mount! for i rhc 1 ' losers. I The victory eavp (hp PlantPis a' *2-3 record fnr Ihe season rtnd '•• moved them up a notch iruo Uiird r!.it-e j -In la:>L night's contest., the .luvol ! nilr* cot. thrre-hit. plfching from' I.nnpley to defeat Holland. j The virtors mana.qed to eel hut live .safeties off Holland's ,J. Martin, hut, nnp wa=: a triple by Rnrn- ham Moslfy lashfid out a double, both blows-rrsultiii" in runs, j. Mart in had t wn of Kol!and's hits Nc aames are scheduled in the Commercial Lea cue today. Tomorrow, the Planters meet the Farmers Bank Money Changers, Midget League play officially started Brat(rh^r pitchp(i ft nearly perfect- eaine. Howard, second man to face him in the first inning, doubled and liom that, point, he was just about untouchable. A M'alk to Coalfor. t wo infield outs and an error Eiavp the Legion irs only run of the contest. Bratcher walked six and .struck on f, six in the five inning contest. He helped his own cause by strok- ine a third-inning homer with two met. on. Thr Lions scored six r<m.= In thf firsi inning on four napes on ball? and three hits. Peek tripled and Nelson and Morris doubled to lead the Lions at the plale. Fitzgerald was on the hill for Hie LFRion and allowed but five hits, however, two costly errors and nine baser on balls hurl. HP. struck out eieht. Th is a f ternoon Rot a ry will meet the Jaycees and tomorrow Kiwanis and aYrbru Co-ops will tangle. All games' fire to bee^n at 5:30 and no inning^ is to Usart after 7 p.m. ° lD HiiitiKitiHH BRAND STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY IHt 1HIIK4H 01STILUH6 COMF»HT, l«. • M«W, 111. A Beautiful Car Wash In Just 15 Minutes! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO/s WASHMOBILE Now in Klylheville you tan get Ihe best looking wash joh you ever saw. while yon waif! Phillips new Wash- mdbile is I he secrel. II completely washes the car, then sprays on a detergent, then rinses aj; 3 '" . . . and finally sprays air tn remove water from around the chromcwork. You'll he ama/ed at how beautiful your car can he when washed by the new Washmohile at Phillips Motor Co. And only SI.DO! Next time take 15 minnles and give us a try! 300 Broadway Phon. 4453 TRIM YOUR HAULING COSTS 3 WAYS WITH DODGE TRUCKS Golf Lessons Begin Tomorrow Tomorrow 1 '* the day BUihPviHr's bovfi anrl clrlF hrtuvpTi the acf?^ nf 12 nnd ]fl ran b-^inn th^lr [ICP zclf Inrtruction at Blvihevllle Cnuntn' Club. C\Mb Prnfwlnnsl Paul Fairinc- lon u-j)l be on hand tn InMruri D\? ymmgstfrs and he will also furnish clubs nnrt balls for instructional purpose. Parrinctnn has emplwsiwd thai the lp5Mn.« are open to anyone In the above-nipnUoned age bYarkels. Tht youn? ppnpio t i n 'not havo. to b? sons or danshlr-rn of Country Club members, he staled. \ tmirnament, \r(;h nioht; (or the various aces, rill »-ind up Ihe mmmpr pr^cram. Tnterr^ted person" should nporl B t th« «ddi« hoi>s« M > ajn. Thera'i a Dodfl* truck tha**> "Joh- K a ted" to fVl your job— '/j Ian through 4 ten*. Every modal "Jab-Kattd" —engln»«r»d to haul a specific load at low cost, to last longer, to sav* you money. Load-carrying and load-moving unitt engineered for proper itrength and capacity under >ev»r« condition*. A^k u* for a Show Down of Truck Volue—be your own judg*. W» have all the facKl Come in today for • d»mon«tralion and o good deal. 1 Trrm epernlvng «»»ts! You'll get the right "Job-Rated" engine with high compression ratio. Such proved feature!; as four rings per piston, chrome-plated top ring, ant) wear-resistant valves save gas and oil. _ "Dodge is by far the lowest cost to operate!" "We keep complete records of cai'h of onr trucks and have found that Dodge is by far the lowest cost to operate. In fact, our Dodge costs us .6 nf n cmt IPS* per tnn-milc to operate than our next clnsosl tnick! This difference must he the result of Dodge's mnny economy features. "Furthermore, we've found that our Dodge Mo^-ffn/riV tnick wili haul a full load of srtnd or «r;we.l up lulls that several of our Oliver trucks won't take. Oar uext truck will be a Dodge." n/< JOHN S SCOFIEIO, ScoMd i Co.. frrrrport, 2 Trim upkeep taitsl Yoiill gnt a M ./oA- Rated" chassis built Jo stand the Raff on your most nigged jobp! F^naturec such «s deop-rhannel frame and hieh-cnpncit.y springs minimize repair bills ana downtime! 3 Trim delivery tostsl You'll make more deliveries per day—in lesa time. Thai's because it.'i so easy to wheel a Dodgs truck in and out of tight Kpot-s—with short turning diameters and easy steering. 2e& us -hxJay -fix- tta best buij in low-tost transformation... DODGED TRUCKS BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Wolnut & First Phone 4422

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