' SATURDAY, JUNE M, 1951 Number Nine, Lepanto Win MDsceola Semi- Pro Meet Tourney Semi-Finals Set For Tomorrow Afternoon OSCEOLA—Play in the Northeast Arkansas semi-pro b»«ball tournament moved into the semi-final round he e hist nifjht with Lepanto and Number Nine moving m, to fill Snnc av «. spmi-finai t-,. n «i.^4 mumig up to till COURIER NEWS AMERICAN LEAGUE „ New York Boston ^Washington <£iieago Cleveland SI. Louis Philadelphia Detroit W L 37 24 36 30 33 28 36 31 38 31 31 36 20 32 21 14 _ , Brooklyn New York . Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Bos 'on Pittsburgh Pet. OB .607 ... .545 3',i .541 4 .537 4 .537 4 .163 9 .448 91 i .323 18 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 45 17 .725 41 21 .601 36 28 36 33 29 3a 28 35 27 38 .415 19 17 51 .26031 4 .363 10 .522 12'i Sunday's semi-final bracket, Seml-flnal games are scheduled to be reeled-o/f at Osceola High School's Hale Field tomorrow afternoon. There will be a doubleliEader with Lusora and Monette. winners in the opening day doubleheador clashing in the first game at 2 pm' Then in the second half of Ihe tuin bill, power-packed Number Nine and smooth Lepanto, winners of last night's doublehearier will fight for the second finals spot I Lepanto, with Richard Thomas leading the way. moved past it.s building In right center for a ground-rules, bases-loaded double and the second was « rinsing line- drive triple to deep center field that again cleared the bass. The game was called in the sixth inning because West Memphis' was hopelessly behind. Finals of the tournament will be >layed Wednesday. old nemesis. Tyron?.*, in last SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mobile New Orlearu Chattanooga Nashville Atlanta Birmingham Little Rock Memphis W 46 44 42 41 37 33 31 31 Pet. .575 .564 .545 .532 .500 .440 .425 .408 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American League jjyv York 10 Philadelphia 0 Washington 5 Boston 3 Chicajo 5 Cleveland 1 St. Louis 1 Detroit 1 National League Brooklyn 8 Boston 3 Philadelphia 6 New York 0 St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 4 Chicago 6 Cincinnati 0 Southern Association Nashville 7-H Little Rock 0-3 Chattanooga 4 Memphis 3 Mobile 16 Birmingham 1 Atlanta 10 Ne w Orleans 0 innings) (10 TODAY'S RESULT'S National League Boston at Brooklyn night New York at Philaderphia night St. Louis at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati Southern Association Tonight's games-. Little Rock at Atlanta Memphis.,at. Birmingham I Mobile at Chattanooga I (only games scheduled) American League Philadelphia at New York Cleveland at Chicago Detroit at St. Louis night Washington at Boston Major League Leaders By The Associated Press NATIOJMr, LEAGUE BATTING — Musittl, St. Louis .340; Robinson. Brooklyn, m332- B.iumholtz. Chicago, .321. RUNS — Robinson. Brooklyn 50- Lockman, New York, 49; Reese Brooklyn, 47. RONS BATTED .IN _ Sauer, Chicago. 0; Thomson, New York' 58; Campanella, Brooklyn 52 HITS — Musial, St. "Louis. B4: fAdams. Cincinnati, 78; Sauer Chiago. 77. DOUBLES - Williams. New [York, IB; Mlsksts, Chicago, n- ISchoendienst and Musial, St. Louis, 116. TRIPLES — Thomson. New York land Ennis, Philadelphia, 6; Jeth- |roft, Boston. 5. fOME RUNS - Saue. Chicago, Hodges. Brooklyn and Thom|son. New York. 14. STOLEN BASES — Reese, Brooklyn, 14: Jethroe, Boston, 12; Robinson. Brooklyn, 11 PITCHING — Roe, Brooklyn 7-0 Hearn. New York, 8-1; Erskine, Brooklyn. 7-1. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING — Rosen. Cleveland .332; Kell, Boston, .326; Fain Philadelphia, .322. RUNS — Avila. Cleveland. 44; DiMaggio, Boston. 43; Rosen, Cleveland. 41. RUNS BATTED IN _ Rosen Cleveland. 47: Doby. Cleveland and Dropo. Detroit, 41. HITS — Fox. Chicago. 81: Kell. Boston and Simpson and Rosen. Cleveland. 79. DOUBLES — Prlddy. Detroit. 21; Vernon, Washington, 17; Robinso, Chicago. 15. TRIPLES — Young. St. Louis. : I5impfon.cieveland.and Rivera and night's first game. And In the <ec- ond Number Nine, with big Ernie , Crone throwing three-hit ball shut-' out a hapless West Memphis team 12-0 In an abbreviated affair that ended after midnight. Thomas. « pudgy righthander, had his fast ball hopping and he got superior support afield as he weaved a seven hitter to check Tyronza's Tigers. Thomas was In trouble In only one inning when he MS bothered with momentary lack of control but aside from that he was boss all the way. Number tilnt Too Much ' " ' Vok Sweep Two From Travelers Boring's Long Clouf Big Blow in 7-0 and 14-3 Southern Wins By The Associated t Nashville baseball f Press "—-.wnn iaii.x wno their sport in a minnow-sized take park Jerry Dyer Fans 15 as Y Juniors Edge Piggott 4-3 ————————_—„__ Marrero's 'Manana Pitch' Sends Nats into Third Place tot utter. Bui whe rive it does fu down, up or a By RAT.PH ROOFS' Associated P»«s Snnrls Writer "- w - h "- i the ball does nr- ny Ihinjis. .shooting ay from the aston- i like dvic'k soup in! I ruul imol in the Sahara Desert. j bnses'loaVd In'ihe* f'"si * *" h "^ Like Paige, Marinro's ngn is a Newhrjuser lip-it',,,, option The Cuban star is hsted ,.,,„, ,<n! Ncwn^ M "king his as 45 bill many thmk he's at least first start since May 1*1 owed 50. Marrcro has a slm ,,i e formula St.I.ouis only three'his bu the ill 5 UlilnvlrUr fin-nnf*. ,o^_ •-. . • .-, . J •'•»-», nnn mil [lip t chunky cigar.smo.ins triumph over Ihe Boston Hed Sox \ sixth victory* C ' B ' ' R "' :£;53=, S ,,;:^ ; ^™»?H?'£H it-d the Red So* to six hits while League race IromirinB Ih^BnT, his matos collated nine off former i Brakes, 8-3 whip i h ~ r?± teammates sid Hudson and Ray i dropped a 60 de-is on to Cu lt Sim Bern-borough. Ed Yost, with a mons and the PWod"-, PhiK n'VofVM PC , te A Unnels ' Wi(h "' 0hS and tllc ™lacWp.u Ph ' ,,^ r ,,^J rlp ±:. u ;?' h « """"'"'• n ':»« k1 -"'' "> !•««•>* it Lanky r-aul Minner also turned m a 0-0 shutout for Chicago, stopping the Cincinnati Reds on six singles. Minnt-r helped his own cause, banging out two doubles and a single. Roy Smalley's three-run ninth inning homer scaled the verdict. The Reds pulled the season's second triple play in the sixth Inning. Bruce Edwards lined to shortslop Roy McMillan with runners on first and second. McMillan stepped on second lo double Bill Serenn and threw to first lo nail Hank Sauer, Enos Slaughter batted In five inns on four singles to lend the St. Louis Cardinals to a 6.4 decision "vcr the Pittsburgh Pirates. .SlaURhlpr's fourth single came In the seventh inning with the bases loaded nnd featured a same-winning three-run rally. Stan Musial of the Cards doubled and singled to extend his hitting streak to 23 called sulphur Dell have seen ^^r^£-^ gf V°*™ -- '^i--- H*,. n,a« to S(11 ,_ bv the that was highlighted by Woodruffs last ni.M „„...„„.. ^ _ J ^, l *«™ n I""™ "'"* J-3 in a game play - -_. a ,.,..,,.,, u> , ,, uijuruil 5 two-rim homer to deep center Woodruff, Craven, Nash and Thomas each got two hits to lead Lepanto and Scott and Freeh each hit twice for Tyronza. Robertson, first of three Tyronza pitchers, was charged with the loss Number Nine had little trouble' m getting past West Memphis Crone had trouble getting started but fine fielding kept him from getting hurt. The Niners sent 16 batters to the plate !n the first inning as Sheeks, who went the route for West Memphis, had trouble finding the ranee. They emerged from the mmng with 10 runs and Crone coasted from there. Charley Keller, who has turned down several big league bonus offers, proved to the crowd thst he has everything reports say he Is The former Jonesboro High School whiz who now makes his home in Blytneville. batted twice In that big first Inning. He hit. first pitches both times, the first lost ikelf In the bushes beside the high school however, treat to the renl thing _ for four bases in any park In Amer- covcred 9 » rlnE ^ -** h °' ner whleh Sulphur Dell tans who certainly snow more about short homers than long ones, claim Boring's blow was the longest in Nashville nistory. Cr.cks Edit Pets Nashville, with Boring in front whipped Little Rock twice 7-0 anti H-3. Since recovering from a knee injury June 24 Boring has Is hits including three homes, one tine and four doubles. Atlanta and New Orleans played another of their long winded games and this one went to Atlanta in 10 inning.! 10-9. The result also created a new Southern Association leader, with New Orleans losing. Mobile took first place Mobile won from Birmingham 16-1. Wild pitching and wild fielding evolved into a 4-3 victory for Chattanooga over Memphis' afternoon. Morgan, who went the route for*- PJggott. limited Blytheville to three singles, and two doubles. But the Y team used its big blows to advantage to gain Us fourth victory of the season against [our setbacks Jerry Dyer wen? the full nine lor the victors. He yielded eight hits but kept them prettv well scattered. Piggott was able to bunch two hits in only two Innings. The game was a pitchers' duel with Dyer striking out 15 nnti Mor- btit five 'isfgott Amori- yestenlay All-Star Voting Ends, 3 Close Races in AL CHICAGO UP,-With the final vote count only hours away the Na tiona, League ,,,-star players-wiih one exception-apparendy h d bin chosen for the annual inter-league classic July 8 J a Been In the American League. It was a different story. Three tight races there — all for infield posltons — would be decided only after the last tabulation. The winners in the annual poll of baseball fans will be announced in Sunday morning newspapers. Pans select all starters except the pitchers for the game which will be played in Philadelphia. The New Yok Giants' Leo Durocher and the New York Yankees' Casey Stengel. 195! pennant winners and the all-star pilots this year, will name their uitchine staffs later. Apparently tno only National League position that hadn't been settled prior- to this afternoon's final count was shortstop. Al Dark of Ihe Giants led yesterday by 14,443 votes but a late rush for Oran Hamner of the Philadelphia Phillies gave Hamner the lead in the next-to-the-last count by 22 475 votes. Phil Rizzuto of the Yankees and Chico Carrasquel of the Chicago White.Sox at Shortstop, Bob Avila of Ihe Cleveland Indians and Nelson Fox of the White Sox at Second base, and George Kell of the Boston Red Sox and Al Rosen of Cleveland were in pitched ballot battles for their respective positions. R!z7.uto. Avila and Kell had slight leads going into the final Delsing. St. Louis, i. HOME RUNS - Wertz. Detroit and Berra. New Yok. 14; Rosen. Cleveland and Dropo. Detroit 13 STOLEN BASES - Rizzuto, New York. 12: Avila. Cleveland. 8; Rivera St. Louis and Jensen, Washing- Ion. 7. PITCHING - Shantz. Phlladel- ptua. 12-2: sain. New York and Marrero. Washington. 7-2. day's balloting. Otherwise the two teams P< Nlt? t0 , S . hape up like thi s: ml New YnTn ~ t ^ WtCy ' ' 5t base; J»ckie gari fanning 14. Shortstop Charles Garner sol three ot Blytheville's th-c hits, two singles and a double and he scored two of the four runs. Benny Hays and Ralph Long got the other t\vo hits. Blytheville made all of Its hits count. First baseman Charles Ray Hall scored the first tally after he had walked and was sacrificed to second by Dyer. Long scored him with a single. In the fourth, Blythe- vllle scored two runs when Hays doubled and Garner singled him home. Garner went lo second on the tbroiv In. stole third and scored on a passed ball. The final run name in Ihe ninth when, with a one-run lead. Garner doubled, was sacrificed to second by Joe Whisenhimt and scored on an error by the third baseman. PIggott scored once In the third, once In the seventh and once in the ninth. Harmon. PIggott catcher, led his t*am at the plate with a triple, double and single In three times at bat. Monday afternoon the Y team goes to Jonesnoro for another game with Jonesboro's Junior Legion nine. Jonesboro has beaten Blythevllle in Little Park Defeated in Y League Play The Division Street nine defeated h Schoo tle Park yesterday. . Kenneth Stanley was the winning pitcher, allowing only two hits one by Thomas Griffin and one by Gr "" n *'"•' the IoslllB m, Ct)1C ™" was thc !eani " itter for Division with two hto Box score: 0 "v unae, jacitie jonesooro nas Qeaien Robinson. Brooklyn, second base- two previous outings Bobby Thomson, New York, third! Box snore: base: Hank Sauer, Chicago, left '' Blytheville field; Stan Musial, SI. Louis, cen- i Long 2b ter field; Enos Slaughter, St. Louis I Mosley cf right field, and Roy Campunella,' " Brooklyn, catcher. American League — Eddie Robinson, Chicago, first base; Dale Mitchell. Cleveland, left field; Dom DiMaggio. Boston, Centr fjld- Hank Baur, New York, right field' and Yogi Berra, New York catcher. Fields^Welch Are Paired on Wrestle Card Hays If Garner ss Whisenhunt 3b Hatstcad c West rf Hall )b Dyer p Totals PlES-ott Montgomery If Parton If Nettles ss Magec lb Harmon c Oerdes cf Stanley 2b Rocder rf Morgan p Totals AR 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 2 4 31 AB 3 1 5 5 3 S 5 3 4 98 Little Park Knapp Vickery Hodaes Oriffin Ross Kelley Boyd Slayton Lambert Totals Division Street Cummin gs Perry Holt. Col em an Stanley Honeyctitt Foster Nelson Forsllr-e Totals AB 2 3 2 1 2 2 J 3 1 20 AB 4 2 2 3 1 I 3 3 3 22 He loss dropped the'Red Bo J Coope,"'l,m B.-Mkly" c^m^'S « 1 ^I!- P5 v ,",, ". le lca S |le - lc "d-! with four In its half and clinched Now York Yankees and also; the decision with three more in advance the third. Ralph Brnnca took over in the second lor Brooklyn and pitched two-hit ball the rest of the way. Simmons blnnkecl the Giants enabled Washington lo from fourth to third place. Ed Lopnl, another "junkball" pitcii«. pitched (he Yanks to a 10-0 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. Lopnt 1))al ,ked the A'., three hits Vh'iieTh'e PhilVrombed on four smgles m eight Innings, j Larry Jansen n nd Monte Kennedy Phils tagged •;----• --t>"v •»»!, > s .l. , u.^ly .Jilllscn n i Lopat was forced lo retire after for 11 safeties the eighth when his shoulder stiffened. Tom Morgan finished up. The Yanks pounded three Philn- nitcliers for 12 hits incllid- - „, „,,.„ '"» » two-run homer by Mickey Baseball League game at Lit- Mnmlc - Mantle connected off Bob Hooper In the fourth and the Yank.s sewed it up with four more ' " fifth. -. - ...... tnKKml •Jan.ien. who had beaten thepi eight straight times, for five runs in the 1 first two Innings. The rtele.it I snapped New York's six game win- tltng slrenk. Phil's New 1'llnl j After Ihe game it was announced I | that Steve O'Neill, former Cleveland. Detroit and Boston Red Sox Champs Show Way in Third Round of Inverness Tourney TOLEDO. O. «*,— The tourney- tested champions shou-pd the way "[today (is the third round opened In • j the Inverness Invitatlon.nl $18000 ' i best-ball golf classic. 'I Out front, with a plus'five rating ! ,-ifter winning t«-o matches, were ";slammin' Sam Snead. the West "j Virginia hot-shot, and Aiislrallan- , : horn Jim Fcrricr. a couple of former •^ j PGA titlcholders. OJ On their heels, at plus three, 0 I were former National Open cham- 2 > pions Lloyd iVTangrum and Cary [ : Middlecoff, u-ho climbed Into the 0 rimner-lip .spot yesterday with s j i par-.shattering 61, ten under the 0 |card. j; The 61 gave Mangrtim-Mlddle- 5 1 coif a. 4-up win over Jim Demaret and jack Burke Jr.. a pair of Tex- nns who haver un into the day's hottest round twice, and today /ace Snead-Ferrler. In the other match hie Clayton Heafner and Marty Fur R o! hanrteS tor first day's leaders. Ed (Porkv) Ohv-er and Doug Ford, a 1-down d' E - NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT H i Notice Is hereby Riven that the 1 Department of Alcoholic Beverage 0 Control has Issued a permit No. 220 1 | to Russell Marr's Liquor Store to 31 sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for bevcrnge nt retail on the premises described m: 109 So. 2nd. Blytheville. Ark. This permit Issued on the 1 day of July S952 and expires on the 30 day of June, 1953. Russell K. Manr. Permittee 6,23-7,5 Fields and Welch, who represent th young and old of the wrestling world, are scheduled to take on a par of tolighies—Al Getz and Count, Lulgi In the tag match main event of the Memorial Aiiditorium program. Field?, one of the youngest grapple« ever lo perform here. Is a student of Ihe aging Welch who Is a veteran rf many a wrestling campaign. Fields Is a junior heavyweight with plenty of speed and agility.' Getz and I,ulgl made their first appearance as a team here last Monday night and their perform- BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, June 30 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Count Luigi & Al Getz vs. Lee Fields & Roy Welch Adults SOc—Children 15c Also 2 1-Fall Matches (90 Min. Time Limit) Welch vs, Al Get* Count Luigi vs. Fields ATTENTION GINNERS! R'ith the exception of Jaclt Logan, we still have the sam« personnel to take care of your ginning repair needs. IVe refill, (lit and tr.in M WS; rt mt anil bilinc* brushe.; and hare a complete stock or valves, elbows (from 11" t. H ) and pipe. Also, a complete line of beatlnts for joar jln. We have the personnel and equipment to meet your ginning muTbe^^rr 6 ""*"" * ""' ^ A " W0fk Joe Atkins Machine Works S. Highway 61 Phone 3142 Night 6153 DONTjust ask Jot bourbon... askfor for the'full name oni get lh» full voluel As o KenlocVy Straight Bourbon or a Kenlucky Blended Bourbon Whiskey-Bourbon de luxe hos more than earned its reputation. 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