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PAGB EIGHT ILTTHBYILLB (AMC.) COUHICT KEWi MONDAT, APRIL 4, 1MB Rundown of New Major Pilots Shows Two Most Successful Dressen, Higgins Have Best Records By SHELDON SAKOWVTZ The Awoctated Press With the start of the major league baseball season just a week away, this is as good a time as any to check up on the six new American League managers in the spring training games. Chuck Dressen of the Washington Senators and Mike Higgins of the Boston Red Sox have had the most success. The Senators have won 11 and lost 6 to lead the American League. Boston's 12-8 record Is good for third place. But the lour other newcomers— Marty Marion of the Chicago White Sox,-Paul Richards of the Baltimore Orioles, Bucky Harris of the Detroit Tigers and Lou Boudreau of the Kansas City A's—haven't been so successful. The White Sox, Orioles and Tigers each have 8-12 won-lost slates. The A's, In the basement, are 8-13. All six skippers have reason to be pleased today, however, after the performances of several of their key players yesterday. Shortstop, which has been problem for Washington, may have been clinched by rookie Johnny Kline, who Went four-for-four as the Nats edged the Cincinnati Bed- legs 6-4. Kline singled In the ninth mnd rode home on Eddie Yost's fame-winning home run. Norm Zauchln. fighting for the Boston Red Sox first base job, walloped-a two-run homer In the sixth Inning .off the Philadelphia Phils' ace, Robin Eoberts, to give the Red Sox a 4-2 victory. .GloaU Over Dropo • The White Sox bowed to ihe St. Louis Cards 12-7, but Manager Marlon continued to gloat over the power hitting of Walt Dropo. The big first sacker socked his third home run In four days and teammate Bob Nleman also lilt for the Cocky Wes Sees Mile In 4 Soon AUSTIN, Tex. UP!—Cocky Wes fiantee, who came - nearer the four-minute mile Saturday than ho ever had before, thinks he'll get It within the next two months. His time was 4:00.5. The angular Kansan with the chop stride complained that he was tired, and that a brisk north wind might hamper his bid for the glory that has gone to Roger Bannister and John Landy. But he showed no signs of weariness as he breezed around Memorial SVtv dlum in the Texas Relays. Half-Lap Lead His time was a new American record and with a little -stronger competition he might have done the four-minute-mile. He \vas half a lap ahead of Henri Oeller of Oklahoma A&M at the finish. Santec said he will rest three weeks before competing In the Kan&as Relays and hopes to be in top shape for May and June meets in California, Where he believes his chances are best to crack the barrier on a clay track. The relays were dominated by Oklahoma A&M and Texas, who swept all of the seven relays, the Aggies with four first places. Oklahoma A&M might have won n record five but for a dropped baton in the mile relay. circuit. Rip Rcpulski of the Cards banged a grand-slam home run in the first frame. Baltimore's pitching fell apart In the ninth inning when Pittsburgh scored six runs and pulled out an 11-8 verdict, but the Orioles gained some solace from the hitting of Gus Trlandos and the pitching of Jim McDonald, both acquired from the Yanks, Trlandos, expected to plug the first base gap, poled a home run with the ba.scs loaded, and McDonald hurled seven creditable innings, ack Shcp- ard's grand-slam homer In the ninth inning climaxed the Pirates outburst. Detroit split a double-header with Atlanta of the Southern Assn.. losing the opener 5-4 but taking the six-inning nightcap 8-0. Ned Oar- vcr continued to sparkle on the mound for the Tigers, pitching a two-hitter in the second game. Shanti Recovered The A's and Manager Boudreau got some good news when Bobby Shantz turned In his most impressive stint of the training season as Kansas City downed Savannah ol the Sally League 8-1. The crafty southpaw, plagued by arm trouble the past two years, gave up one run and five hits In five Innings and his control showed sharp Improvement over previous appearances. Elsewhere, Harry Chill's pair of homers paced the, Chicago Cubs to a 12-r triumph over San Antonio of the Texas League. Tom Morgan went the route as the New York Yankees trimmed Memphis of the Southern Assn. 13-1, Gene Copley worked eight Innings as the Milwaukee Braves licked the Brooklyn Dodgers 5-1, and the New York Giants rallied for three runs In the eighth Inning tc turn back the Cleveland Indiana 7-5. Chicks Get First Test Tomorrow Bly Seville's Chick trackmen get their first test tomorrow when they RO to Caruthersville to run against the twnsioucd Tigers who last week copped second In the State B indoor meet. Jackson, Mo,, also will be on hand to make it a three-way affair. Coach Russell Mosley said this morning he didn't know yet who will do most, of the running for the Tribe, He said time tests would be run this afternoon to pick the Chick entrys in the lull- slate of events scheduled for tomorrow. Moslcy said he plans to take all of the approximately 26 boys he has out for track. BIG LEAGUE ROOKIES ... No. 10 AND AODIMG POWER THAT HIT IN W -SERVICE Caruthersville Places Second in State Meet By SONNY SANDERS Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE — CaruthersviHe's Tigers returned home jubilant Saturday night after taking second place in the Missouri interseholaslic track and field championships for Class B schools at Columbia Friday night. Lou Cuts 2 Off Squad SAVANNAH, On. i/l'l — Munngcr Lou Boudrenu cut infieldor Hector Lopez and Pitcher Chnrley Hung off the Knnsns City Athletics' sqimd yesterday. Both were sent to Columbus o( the InUi'rmUoivM League. Caruthcnivllle also had its dis- sappolntments. The .squad missed siting first plucc by two-thirds of point. Brookfield obtained 27 polnLs white Carulhcrsville gained -G and one- .hird points. The defc-mllnR .mamp- lon, DnSoto, got third plucc with 23 points. Sophomore Giff Ed[;erlon spiked in the 800 relay iind will no be buck out for workout session for three weeks, Couch Harry Dnr said. Three Trophies Edycrton received nine stitche at a Columbia hospital and is repoi' ted recovering satisfactorily here. The Tigers not only won the 1180 yard relay, but they also cupped to! honors in the mile relay Caruthersvnle returned with trophies, Including the second plncr team trophy, and 13 individual me The mile relay team, composed o Jim Leslie, Jim Southern. Tn madge McCoy and Don Lay, wo first with 11 time ol 3:48.5. Members of (he 880-yard rt'la> toam, which look first In 1:33.0. were Edeerton. Lay. Louis Cook and Leslie. Leslie took third In the 60-yard dash. Enrl Hill KOI thin! In the 60- Spotis Roundup M<*y 1° Gambler Says Giants Sure Bet NEW YORK (AP) — We are (old by n man who gambles cold bloodcdly on almost am sport, both for the pleasure of taking the suckers and as a means of keopinifa healthy bankroll, that he is pouring it in on the New York Giants and intends to "go to sluep on it'." By the latter phrase he means, of course, that he thinks Leo Durocher's world champions are a mortal lock to repeat in the National League. In reply to a meek protest from this corner that both Brooklyn and Milwaukee look to have us good chances as the Giants, provided a few things go right for them, our gambling; friend smiled wickedly. "Sure," he said, "Brooklyn could be great if Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella make big comebacks and all their other old-timers have fine years. Milwaukee could take it all it Bobby Thomson quits limping and goes all the way in the outtu'ld and if Uncle Sam doesn't decide to cull up its best outfielder. Hunk Aaron. "Me, I don't wan Unit ninny 'ifs' golnp against my money. When I put it on ihe Giants I know exactly what I've s<n goiiifi for me. After watching whut they did to Cleveland in the World Series. I think they're a team that could go on and win three or four move, maybe t-quiil Casey Stengel's record with the Yankees, "They're mostly a young team and they're built around four 01 five ol (ho. finest young players in the yamp. They've got Willie Mays, who will win 15 or 20 games by himself. All they'll need is maybe two or throe good replacement as they yo along to match the Yankees' record." BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, April 4 8:13 p.m. Adults 50c — Children 15c * TAG MATCH * Charo Aztec Frank Thompson and Vs. and Al Getz Rex Mobley 90 Mlnult Tim* Limit—Best 2 out of 3 falls 2 one Fall Matches Aztec vs. Thompson and Mobley vs. Getz 30 Minute Time Limit yard high hurdles. Talmadge McCoy got third In the 880 yard run. Sophomore Morris Patterson won fln.h in the mile run and James Durnell tied for fifth in the pole vnult. -Chicks Tomorrow Fifteen Cnruthcrsville boy« »ent to the championship meet. Other boys that went to the meet but foiled to qualify were Dale Ab r Ansco Ready Flash Outfit Complete as $4^95 Illustrated \J SI Down—50o a Week O'STEEN—111 \V. Main Golf't Shooting Store If If If If If you are a new resident; you are dissatisfied; it's quality; it's service; it's cleaning; Try "-100" Cleaning at City Dry Cleaners Free Delivery Ph. 3-3197 4H E. Ml In Guaranteed Watch Cleaning 3.50 36 Hour Service Your watch is completely disassembled—all plvoti polished —sprints »dju»t«l >n4 ma- chin* ckautd. Chronograph! tnd Automatic* not Included at thta low price Thompson Jewelers 114 W. Main Handsome Bo Got His Name as a Scrapper (Clxlh hi * teritt oa the frtat ntw nim» In profeHionil jolf — (he UCCMMH to the aftac Mofam, Snexte and DtmareU.) Bj NEA Serrict Francis Wininger hardly looks big enough to have played halfback with professionals on the St. Mary'i Pre-Flight School team of 1944. But Bo Wininger, now 32, 5-7 and 1C5 pounds, wasn't named after a fighting cock for nothing. Wininger's uncle, Raymond Daves, raised gamecocks &t Azusa, Calif. His best was Bozo. As a. kid, hla little nephew was always getting into fights. Hence Bozo, quickly shortened to Bo. Wininger, handsome enough to be in pictures although slightly graying at the sides of his dark- thatched head, has been around golf courses since he started caddying in Guthrie, Okla., at 14. Wininger played halfback for Guthrie High and ran th« 100 In 10 flat, but stuck to golf at Oklahoma A. and M., where he majored in psychology. • « • ... ;l l f ueas I knew what was coming," he laughs. Wininger enlisted in the Navy In 1942, and after service he went into amateur play. Making the Walker Cup team was Wlninger's ambition as an amateur, but he never made It because he was too Inexperienced. Wininger worked for a wool company .in Philadelphia lor a year, turned professional three years ago. He became fairly good last year, definitely arrived dur- Bo wininner ing the latter part of it. NEXT: George Bayer. Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago (N) 12, San Antonio (TL) 3 St. Louis (N) 12. Chicago (A! 1 New York (N), Cleveland (A) 5 Milwaukee (N) 6, Brooklyn (N) 1 Washington (A) 8, Cincinnati (N) 4 New York (A) 13, Memphis (SA) 1 Atlanta (SA) 8, Detroit (A) 4 (first game) Detroit (A) 8, Atlanta 0 (second Pittsburgh (N) 11, Baltimore (A) s (Sal) 1 Boston (A) 4, Philadelphia (N) 3 ecnathy, Gerald Clayton, Jack Streete, Lee Bennett Jones and Joe McCoy, Coach Darr announced that the Tigers are scheduled to play host to track squads from Blytheville and Jackson, Mo., Tuesday afternoon. Mobley/Thompson On Legion Cord Rex Mobley, the veteran campaigner, makes his return to the Ely- thevllle wrestling ring tonight when he teams with Frank Thompson in the tag match feature of the American Legion-sponsored bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Opposing them will be Charo Aztec, the giant Indian, and Al Getz The two teams will battle over the 90-mmute time limit route, more than a year. In the two preliminary bouts, | Aztec is scheduled to take on Thompson and Mobley meets Getz. Nation's Top Pros Due at Arlington HOT SPRINGS, Ark, (AP) — About three-fourths of the nation's current best 25 tournament golf professionals are expected to compete in the new f 15,000 Arlington Hotel Open here May 12-15. Joe Miller, one of the Hot Springs Jackson Seeking 5th KO; Fullmer Battles Turner businessmen underwriting the tourney, says pros who already have accepted invitations include National Open Champion Ed Furgol, Tommy Bolt, Johnny Palmer, Gary Middlecoff and Julius Bores. In addition, Miller says that Byron Nelson, onetime pro leader but now in semi-retirement, definitely will compete. The Arlington will have competition from the Greenbrier Open at Whit* Sulphur Springs, Va., which is also scheduled for May 12-15. But Miller said that Sam Snead and Mike Souchak are the only pros committed to play in the Virginia tournament. Greenbrier is Snead's home course. Coune Toufhened Miller speculated that E. J. (Dutch) Harrison of Little Bock, Arkansas' most successful tournament pro will enter. "I don't believe he'll pass up Arkansas' first major PGA tournament," Miller said. ; The Arlington will be played on the No. 3 course at Hot Springs Country Club. Tees will be set back 10 to 40 yards, making the course measure 8,971 yards for a par 72. Pemhcot Stars Feted HAYTI—More than a dozen persons attended a banquet at Gwin's Cafe here Saturday night for the members of the AU-Pemiscot county basketball squad which recently won a game from Dunklin County's all-stars. The banquet was sponsored by James McDonald of Caruthersville. National League umpire Augie DonatelH was captured by the Nazis during World War n and held 15 months In a Prisoner of War carnp. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson makes another stop on the comeback road tonight when he fights Archie McBride, of Trenton, N. ., at St. Nicholas Arena In a 10-round bout. This will be Tommy's first television appearance since his meteoric career was halted so abruptly by Nino Valdes last year. Nino stopped him In two rounds and the Hurricane blew to parts unknown. But he's only 24, and he has plenty of stamina. Since he was dropped three times in the second round by Valdes, Tommy has scored four knockouts in his last four fights. Boxing Improved His manager Lippy Breitbard reports he has shortened and sharpened his punching and improved his boxing style. Du Mont will telecast at 10 p.m., EST. Gene Fullmer, of West Jordan, Utah, brings his 29-bout defeatless streak to Eastern Parkway when he faces Gil Turner in a 10 tonight. Fullmer Is a 13-10 favorite. At his best, he can punch faster, and has quicker reflexes and bouncier legs than Turner. The last time they met in the ring was seven years ago in the National AAU Championships, when 'urner won. FRESH CAGED EGGS Delivered to your door E. S. MULLINS&SON Ph. 3-4779 Day or Night It's Spring Again! DOES YOUR CAR HAVE A "HANG OVER" FROM THE LONG WINTER MONTHS? Here are a few items that we think may need attention: Check them and see if you don't agree 1. Complete lubrication. Mfgs. specify each 1,000 miles. 2. Transmission and differential change. Each J 0,000 miles. 3. Automatic transmission change. Every 15,000 miles. •I. Front wheel bearings greased. 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