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BLl'TWEVTLLE fARK.) COUHrEH NETTS Y Juniors Tip Corbitt, Play W. Memphis Today and an infield mil, But Klythevilln bmmtrrt bark In the sixth to score lour runs on an error, n wailt and rnmerurive sinKlns hj 1 Hays and Mopley. In the seventh, though. Corbftt added another ifllly anrt thp visitors % Run in Ninth Inning Gives Stemac Narrow 6-5 Edge The Blytheville Vs junior baseball team pushed across a run in the last half of the ninth inning al Armorcl Park yesterday afternoon to edge past tho strong Corbilt Motors American Legion junior nine of Memphis by a 6-5 count. The game was the Juniors' scr-| brtwren nayder rmd Andriirr-tU who ond of the week and they wore j stared tor CorWU. In the fourth scheduled to swing hack into action [ however Corbltt fcorod a run with- this afternoon playing the West j oul getting a single hit nn two Memphis American Legion Juniors j Blytheville errons. one a two-bn.ser, at Armorel Park. Thrn tomorrow nipht Ihfi Juniors EO to Rector to play tho Rrnor IjCgion team anrt Sunday they RO to Dycss for a game with Dyers' lenn-agcd team. A s i n c le by f i i st bnscm a n Bob (Red) ChHeiress, his third of the \ went abend '.vfrh Threp runs in The .afternoon, drove Jn the \rinninp run richth on a hit hatf.man, A finple, for the Blytheville team, The V I a walk anrt two errors, team itcrt Ihe score at 5-flU in the j But the Y team on re AIM in came eichth and in the ninth second ; bark In the eighth t/> tie up the baseman Robert Birmingham open- ; -score nn a sincle. by Mosley, a stolen erf the inning: by prormrttn^ out to j bnse and two infletri out*, the pitrhcr. Then shortstop Cbnrlrru fjox score: Oarner slammed a long single to j corhiti renter anrt -stole second. i Al I/w Then Children singled to center' Tiller < (o score Garner with the winnin tally. Sleniar \VInnrr Righthander Eddie Strmac RQt credit for the win. He came in in ihe eighth inning to relieve starter Jan Rayder who pitched eight in- ntncs of good brill hut was forced to retire due to n blistered heel, Bowrien. a lefthander, who relieved starter Andrticeltt in the seventh, was charged wilh the Joss. . Rayder yielded but five, hi Us in the eight innings that he worked, two of them lo left fielder Torli who led the Memphis learn nl Ihe plate. Children' three sinplrs in four times at bat was tops for Bfythc- ville, but Benny Hays and Tommy Mosley each collected two hits. For (he Ilrst three tnnlncs the .game waa n tiphl pitching duel Pels Surprise SA All-Stars With 4-3 Win in 11 Innings Yarbro Midgets Defeat Jaycees Wyatf Hurls 4-Hitfcr As Co-Ops Hang Up Third Victory 17-2 Tnrti If . Albnnrttl ft Simmons Ib Art Lcnn 2h .... Moran 3b .... AndnicPt'.l p ... Bo'A'cien p Totals Bl.vthrvtllf! Lone 2b BirrniiiEhnm 2h Garner r-KS .... Cllilnrcss Ih ... Whlsrnhmu 3b . Hays If Moslpy cf Hill ss Hnlstpfld c ..... Rfl.vdor p Stemjic p .... Toiais AB . 38 AB NEW ORLEANS i/Pf — Nex Orleans has supplied the Southern Association surprl'.rs nil fcason and the latof.t eye-opening event — a 4-3 decision over the Ifajue all-jtars last nisht — Just follows naturally. But the way the Pelicans won*the 11-lnniriK name caused a few of the more sensitive eyebrows to slip up a nn'.ch. It took a New Oilcans-reared pitrher to brine the Pelicans their first all-star victory — and that pitcher plays for Nashville. The early mixture of \^a[ks, errors and a few scattered hits brought a 3-3 rtrarllnrk in Ihe sixth and it lasted umil ihe boUom of the lllh, v.'hon N'r^hville rit-ht- hanrlei" Pole MorUra to'jk over pitching chores lor the nil-stars, fVmlrol Trvmhle MrKlira, who Kiew up on Nev: Origins hasebitll. hatl trouble with control nnd the firM uvo men to(nee liiin — .shnrlstop Gair Allie : nmi catcher .lack Paeplce — rirewi vyalks. Pinc'hhitler rrancis Hollcr- an — appearing for the second lirne in ihe ^nn^e in- special per- < mission — tried to sacrifice and wound up on first vnth noborly ! out. " i The next tu p o men popped out in infielricrs and Motlica started on Felipe Montemayor with the riase<; lonrlerl and l\vo out. Nfonternayor worked the count to three halls ; and two strikes before drawintr a ! walk and forcing horn the winning ] run. i Kach team cot only seven hits. \vjili lour OL (be all-stars' coming after they had finished sconnc. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pel. GB New York 45 29 .608 Chicago 44 34 .564 3 Cleveland 42 33 .560 3'i Washington 39 34 .534 5'i Boston 39 36 .520 6'.i Philadelphia 31 37 .456 11 SI. Louis 32 45 .416 14> 2 Detroit 25 40 .33320 NATIONAL The Yajhro Co-Ops rarhffi up their third win of thp Y's Midcel I.enpilp season yesterday afterrumn wilh a decisive n-2 victory over the Jaycrrs at Ihe Ninth Street Park. Billy Wvatt pitched four-hit ball for the victors and held !h« .lay- cees srnreJe:-.s until the fifth inning when two straight hits by wheat and Williford produced the J.iyceos' only two runs. The Cn-Ops scored five runs in (lie second inninK lo start their on- i slaui'ht and rnpperl it ofl wirh nine' lalhes in thp fifth. Brown was tlie victim of Yarbro's 15 hit attack He went all the way for the losers. Rlchtfielder Bruce waved the bis stick for ihp victorious Yarhro f am as he banned out four sincles In four times at bat and scored three ! runs. Griffin. Stallin^s. Wyatt and Hronklyn New York St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia noston Putsburgh LKAG W L 51 21 47 26 W 34 42 35 35 40 33 44 .10 46 21 59 'K Pet. GB .708 ,644 4'i .515 9 .545 11'b .-JS7 17'i .4292H12 .395 23 .263 34 THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1952 THE STAR AND THE SITE—Mai WhiMield, doubling in th« 400 anti 800 mclers, leaila the UniUd Stales Uam into Helsinki's Olympic Stadium for the Games. July 19-Aug. 3. The Army Ait strgeant Is the rlcleiulint clumpion in the'800. (NEA) ! New | -Mobile Chattanooga I Atlanta I Nashville Memphis Little Rock Sciuthcrn Association . W L Orleans 42 40 40 50 50 47 47 44 40 33 36 45 47 50 43 Pet .556 .543 .SIO : .5*0 I .494] .460) .432; Pennant Threat? - Next Two Weeks Will Tell Cards' Fate By JOE R EICH1ER AP Siwrts Writer Walks and error.s did more dam- ; Fowler each cot two hits. age than hits throughout the some; timcs-riull contest. Juveniles Win 17-4 Over Bankers in CSL Mead's Clothiers pounded out a 12-8 virtory over the Y team In a Bay Window Softball Lcarue came at Little Pork yesterday afternoon., Five runs in the first Inning poti'belr the Clothiers off to a flyine start | Tuesday, and Ihey Iced the same with a (our- ' Box score: run burst in the fourth. : Varhro Herb Chilrls was the winnlnz Orlfflii 3h I pitcher nnd George Clark was the | loser. Childs yielded 11 hits and The Juveniles scored their 11 runs i to coast to victory. Whlsenhunl i Clark gave up the number, on onls' five hits but they matched I gave up but two base hits over the Planters Hardware's .Juveniles scored 11 hi? runs in the first inning and then went on to rlrnb Farmers Rank 17-4 in a Commardnt Softball League game at Malonc) 1 Park yesterday afternoon. Clothiers Beat Y Team 12-8 In BWL Action Prior ncldine aKi hurt the team. The. Ja.vcee.s committrd peven errors and the .Co-Ops committed only four. The victory letl the Co-Ops In third place, a came and a half back of the league leading Lions Club team. The loss was (he Jayceps' third against, two victories anci !t left them in fourth place. This afternoon the American Legion team is scheduled to play the Rotary Club at the Ninth Street Park. Tomorrow afternoon the Kt- wanls Club anrt the Lions Cluh play j YESTKKDAY'S HKSVLTS V;i{j(iiinl League Na games scheduled America n I.cii^ue No games scheduled Soiiltirrn Aworiatton u' Orlenns 4, AJl-St^rs 3 TODAY'S GAMKS - National League Philadelphia at St. Louis <nichU Brooklyn at Chicaeo New York at Pittsburgh mipht) Boston at Cincinnati (night) which was rained out | (All night games) St. Louis at New York Detroil at. Huston Cleveland at Philadelphia Chicaeo at Washington <2) Southern Association No games scheduled them,with five Money Changer er- ror.s and a base on balls to get the Job done. . '' The big first inning . was more | than enough /or Joe Whlscnrumt Fisher and Hardy led the losers five Inning route and only In one i at the plnie with v*o hits each and Division Nine Defeats David Acres 6 to 3 .imiliiK, the first, did hn allow more .' Mosley, Ambrose, ,-inci Wilson got -than one hit. \ m - n hits fncn f or the victors. The Juveniles scored in every In- j This afternoon the CLothicrs and nlng. They picked up a .single run ' the Arnerlcsn Unitpd T,tre Insurance in the second on two enors anri a ' Comiip.ny'F: Lifers are srhrrinlrrl to basc on hnl]5. An error. R two-base ' Play off their 0-9 tie game of la.st hit, by Boh !*e Hill anrt n single j week. by Jackie mislead accounted for) two more runs In the third. A single by Charle.s Garner, an Infield error and a long triple by Tnnimy Mosley accounted for two more runs in the fourl band a base on balls, a wild pitch and a sincle by Marvin Ross accounted for the last run in the fifth. C'nx Was I.osrr Robert Cox was the victim of the Juveniles' uprising. He was tasscd lor 10 base blows but hurt the most by the loose fielding behind A's Give Shantz Few Days Rest SiaUines PS . Wyntt p ... Barne* c .,. Fow3rr Ib .. McGiiire If Vincent 2b Smith cf .. Bruce rf ., Total . ... Jayrres Taylor 2h .. Brown p ... H.iynes Ib . Go forth RS 2 The leapue leadiniz Division Street team scored three runs In the last of the ninth inninp yesterday to down David Acres G-3 in the Y's Junior Htsh Baseball LeaRe\i at Little Pnrk yesterday. Danny Bratcher wa.« the winning pitcher pivlng up only two hits. Jimmy Holbrooh was the loser allowing (ive hits. Donald wells and Brooks collect- j triple by cd the two hits for David Acre.s. Ross Caldwrll accounted for two Box score: runs in the flrsl nnd a base on balls. AB R H i a clnuble by Calrtvvell and an infield 4 0 1| error nrrounteci for the other two 1 j in the fourth. The loss was the seventh of the him. The Bankers scored their runs In pairs. l\vo in the first and two in i the fourth. A base on balls, a long i Brrryhill and a single by \ Division Slrcet D. Bratcher Stanley Htilt Colrman Perry M. Fitzceratd 1,. TitF^erald Spencc Cummincs Brown HoneycuU TotaK r>3vitl Arrcs Carney Brookf W Holbrook 4 3 5 3 5 3 0 1 3 0 32 AB I season [or the Money Chancers against only four wins nnrt the \ ic- toi-y was the fourth of the year for Ihe JnvoiiUr PHILADRLPHTA iff Bnbby Shantz. sonthpnw pUcrring i star of the PhtJarielphia A(hlctics, is eo'niK to get n few extra days o[ rest berau.se of a muscular condition m his cho.st. X-rays disclosed the p^iu Hi at i (orcod the 14 game winner to retire from the eamfi aeninsi the New York Yankees last Sunday was nothini; serious. Dr. Dlarion G<">- p<idze. leain physician. F^irl a few days re.=;t and snme riUthrrmy treatment would clear up the condition. | Mnnaper Jimmy D\ - kr5 53id he wouldn't use hl.s IS (eel 7, HS pound- ; or until next SnUirdny. Shnnt?.' worked In thp curtailed aU-5iar' Same, striking out Whitey Lnckmnn [ nl ihe New York Giants; Jarkfp of Ilif! Brooklyn Dodce.rF Killett If Terry 3b Wheat cf Williford rf . Totals . ... 3 I 1 2 2 2 1 3 17 R 0 0 I) 0 0 0 0 I I Jl . 2 \ 2 a | o; 2 : I i li 1 4 i IS K 0 1 1 0 0 0 o i City Softball Standings COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Team KUowatters Dirty Sox Planters Money Chanpcrs Leather Pullers . .. W. . 9 ..7 4 . .4 . 3 Pel. 818 .SM .500 .364 .250 The next two weeks should decide the fate of Eddy Sfcanky's St. Louis Cardinals have established themselves as a : .solid pennant threat on nn ev a n footing uit.h the 1 Dodgers anri! Ginnts. j Currently t h e j hottest c i u b in Knos SUuthter Lifers Chevrolels 7 Plcwboys •.,. 4 Mead's 4 Moose 3 YMCA '.'.'.'.'. .2 LEAGUE ..3 1 .900 3 .700 .36-1 .400 .333 .222 Beemning tonight, the r^ri-hot is enjoying one of his best sea- Rertliirrta take on Philnridpliia. | son?. Brooklyn and New York in sncrrs- • TIIO fourth trading hitter Jn Ihe sion bnfore closing oul their homo • loaque with .314. old Country has stay with Boston in an ll-pnmc ; heon using his bat with devastat- stand nuainst, the; in? effect in the past two weeks. Eastern cities. i He's driven in nearly half of his By then, the • 49 runs during that time, and he sizzling Cards ihns driven in five runs in each of may cither have: three ti;\vs, blown a fuse or, 1 " pitchers Help Musial, of course, has maintained his steady, league-leading .333 pare nnd Peanuts Lowrey, Red SchofmdiensL. Solly Herons, Del Rice and Dick SLsler have contributed their share to the team's recent success. Al Braz.le <6-H, Gerry Staley Ul-6), Joe the National: 13 ""* 0 (5 ~ 4> ' C!o ^ Boyer (5-4), Lenene. thej ViiwRar Bend MizeU <3-51 and Ed- Cards are ririine | die Yuhas (.5-2) have sparkled on hiErh on a nine-game winning ; the mound, .streak with 18 triumphs in their i While the Cards "are threatening Ja.n 22 games. U'aHo«'inp in the 11 0 make a three-team affair or ihe month ago. theJNRtionRl League race, ihe Ameri- third[can continues to resemble a fox hunt with Cleveland, Washington. n^^t r • i, 1*1 ,1 ^ ' """ flnc ^ Chicaeo chasine the Dodgers healthy I3-game ed?e on i jsr ew York thp decisive defeat side of the; So standings, refuses to concede a ; ^ e thins to Brooklyn nnd New York. ; ner-up "We've still got on outside' chflnce for the pennant." he snid. "We're goin^- good right now. There is no reason why we shouldn't continue. We picked up four eaniRs on the Dodders in n tit- tle over a week. And we're going to pick up more ground. This race isn't over by a long shot." Can Beat the Drxtpcrs Stankv-'s optimism was based on the fact that his team has shown it cnn boat the Dodgers. The Cards hold a 6-5 margin over the league second division Redbirtis have pushed into place, 9H games behind Brooklyn. Btanky', though well aware of the • hind. • The Y.inkee.s face nn opportunity to increase their first-place margin, launching a H-game home stand tonight with the St. Louis Browns as the first of four We.v^i ern opponents. The White Sox en.^' cage the Senators in Washington, the Indians nre the guests of tha Athletics in Philadelphia and the Red Sox are hosts to Detroit in Boston. In the National, Brooklyn inaugurates its 12-game swing in tho West with on afternoon clash in Chicago, the Giants tackle Pittsburgh in their road opener and, the Cards engage the revivified Phillies. The Braves and Reds open a two-game series in Cincinnati. Midget League Standings nnkeeR. The White | Team Lions against four rtefrnls. ! nnd Rt.in Musial of the st 1 ouls This afternoon the Juveniles were ; Cardinals In his one inpinc stint" scheduled- to play the le.icue leadinc Ark-Mo Kilonattcrs nt MB-; Inney P.irk in anolher leaatie game Hurth to Head Southern Again NEW ORLEANS '..?•— President ' Charlie Hurth of The Southern As- : social-ion wiU contimir in tiiat ca- jwrity lor another rhrfe ypflr-;. Club piTfidcnU of the double-A hascban loop awarded him hi.s third three-year contract yesterday. The prrsirtrnTs al>o \'ntrd tA rais,R the playrr limit from 20 tn 22 during the fir.^t 3(1 days ot ihp pra.^on. The officials voted to eliminate the nile i-pqutrinsr tp.ims to havs at lea.^r ^ix^cla^ B player?-- tho?,e with dnubie-A experience—during the Some scientists think of the world af, three peninsulas radiatins; from (he drntral Asiatic land mass: 1. «,„ the Amprtcas. 2. 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