The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1951 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 25, 1951
Page 10
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PAGE TEN (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Yankees, Bosox Pull Ahead Bombers Whip Indians 3-2 And Boston Tops Chicago; Dodgers, Giants Triumph By KAU'II KODKN Associated Tress Sports Writer The New York Yankees and (lie Boston Red Sox, so-so performers on the road, once again are strutting like peacocks before the home folks. Both the Yanks ami Red Sox, vlr-. out Day Doone bunted and Raschl tually tied for the lead, emnrcerii flipped the ixill to catcher y«Rl with flyinE rotors in Hie first brush ; Bo'ra. nob Avila, r.icinc In from with the raitcudiue Cleveland Indian* and Chi>flp,o White Snx In I Ihe nip end luck American League] pennant rare yesterday. The Yanks, topping the Red Sox [ third . crashed into lierra anil knocked him flnf nn his burl:. He- lore Rasrhl could retrieve the bali, Luke Kasfcr nlsn scntrd, The yanks tied tt hi the sixth. by three pcrcentapc points, opnn-1 Gil McD.iiifcafd bunted and was safe ed a 19-same hnme stand hy turn-! at Ilrst, a play hotly disputed bv Ing buck the Indians, 3-2 The Inssl Die- Indians. Woodling followed wi'.ii dumped ihe Indians out of a seo-j a |vike Into the riuhtfield seats, ond place tie with Ihe Ked -Sox iriioj Wyr.n relhrd the first two Y'.-uik? in the eighth but fell behind, ;j-o to i Mize. Mize fouled off twr, m'lcht'.i BosU-.ii launched a 21-pamc home *'"' lllcn Blacked his B smc wln- 5tnnd by thrasliinp ihe sliriplyn Ohi- csqo White Sox, 8-3. The defeat ! Leo Kirly, rookie Ir-lthnmlcr up f]-nm l,nuisvilte, re.ctricUid the snii- remaining Americanizing White Sox to (our hit,s a.s he! smp the Detroit Ticers! turned in his second victory without! third place, one game behind the] Yanks, dropped the fourth place White Sox 3'i' frames back of New York, In the League nine linfncr Stands. into the nicked the Washington Senat-.ii. 1 : 2-1. Brooklyn, meanwhile, stayed 8 ] -> games in front in the National League. The Dortiers defeated the Chicago Cubs, G-3. In ten innings. The runner-up New York Giants edged the Pittsburgh Pirates. 4-3; In ten Innings while the Boston Braves downed (he Cincinnati Reds, 6-1, and the St. Loui.s Crirdinnls trimmed the Philadelphia Phils. 9-5. Air Tifhl rllchine Thai old Yankee, formula, alr- tmht pitching ami clutch hitting. a los.s for the Hcd riox. Kielv blanked Chicago unlil the eighth inning! when non Lenliardl followed tw.j; walks \\ ith his tenth home run of • Ihe season, [ The Keil Sox. who now have won' 31 and dropped len at r'enwayi Park, salted the name away in the I first inning when they .scored five- urns a»ainst Ho-.iie Judson ana Jliury Dnrish on llnee hits and five bases on balls. Ted Williams pound- cd out his 19th homer In the second and Kiojy singled with Ihcj loaded in the seventh t<> drive BEHINO THE ONE-BALL—Club Clu.-ulalajara's Grefiorio Gomez, left, RCls U p | 00 laic t 0 b | ock an attempted goal by Club Leon's Armando Orozco in tlie opening soccer match al a new million- dollar stadium in Kast Los Angles, Cnhf. The sides, the best in Mexico, have a long-standing (cud. <NEA)' . brought the Boulters their filth I''<"»<-• Boston's Hiinl two straight victory and their 28th in 37 gnmes at the stadium. The victory also was the Yanks' 12th elrnight over the Indians In Neiv York. • Vic Raschl pitched a eight-hiltcr to post his 14th 'vlclory for the Yanks. Gene Woodllng and Johnny Mi»e smashed home runs off Early Wynn to account for all the Yanks' •coring. Raschl. who got belter as he weni •Ion?, farmed 10 including Larry jcnme ofl Paul Minuer""oiV Dote and Luke Easier in the ninth! sent the jame Into overtime to end the game with the lying and Ihe Dicers with his 20th homer "Winning runs on base. Wynn and Raschl dueled on even terme until the fourth when Ihe Indians loaded the bases with hvn Travs Crush Pels 14-5 To Hike League Lead lly T1IK ASS(K'IATEI) PRKSS Little Host's pcnnant-huns-ry Travelers, still consigned to less than i flasr-winnlns status by many "expi-n.s," face the final 48 days of the Southern Association grlntl with a widening lead. ~ * They clubbed Ihe New Orleans Kluart Strips Naln iVfurlln Stuart turned in his pud straight six-till vlclory as the home Al Dark from second with the Tigers nipped the Senators. Slimrt ' lost his sbulout when Clyde Klutt< singled hnme San nrele from seconri base with two out in the ninth. Roy C,inip,u>rJ!;i highlighted ihe. Dodgers' vlclory over the Cubs. Campy sockctl a Ihrre-run homer to feature a four-run tenth lnr,ing rally. The blow was his 16th and In Ihe Sal Mantle became the National's first M-Ratue winner ,is the Otanl lieat (he Pirafes. Willie Mays singled ctRhth deciding run in tile lentil. The Ihird place at. Louis Cardinals, led by Stan Muslnl and Wally Westlake, pounded out 14 tills in beathiR the Phils, MuMnl drove in two runs on a homer, triple and double. Westlake b.ittcd In three on a three-hai;i«er ar.d two slticles. I.rfly Warren Spahn (Kisled hi,' !lth victory as Ihe Brnves broke up a close Rnmp nl Cinctonsti ivtlh ,, tour run rally In the seventh. The bl« seventh broke a 1-1 tin and Walker Cooper added tin insurance run with his llth homer In the Pelicans. 14-5, last night l/> extend their bulqe over Birmingham to four and a half games. The victory, second in a row for Ihe Travs. boosted their edge by R length and a half in the past, two days. Birmingham lost, 3-2. "to a pair ot Nashville homers; lowlv Chattanooga toppled the crumbling Atlanta Crackers into sixth place, 7-3; and Mobile's fast-climbing Bears downed Memphis, 6-2, Ultle Rock fically hacked Little Verne Williamson with some solid, slugging, and the tiny veteran posted his first triumph since June 5 and his seventh ot the year ngainst man/of *^-^ f _. flying insects J i ^^™ "™™ fne push-buffon way wsf h Gulfspray Aerosol Bomb Push Ihe button, il's as easy as thai. U'iltiin sccomls the room thnt's in- Irslrd with flics, mosquilws. or certain other l»i>,rrs, l,i l( . rs , cr , 1w | crs is ril i c j with a suprr-chsrecrf C»]|..pray mist. Ciulfs]irny AerosolBnmh-willi powerful pyrcthnn - piprmnyl. mcthoxychlor lornlula-blaM, them out ol |hi» worlrl A Gullspray Acroso! Bomb is no bigger than a walor lumhlcr — bul contains enough pownful Gulfsprny lo lake cnro o( sixly average rooms (12' x 15' x 8'). And remember, n Gullspray Bomb is SAKE to n Jo anywhere in Hie home. Just follow directions on Ihe can. And, i« leaves nn linsnnnjj odnr. Get the Gulf spray Aerosol Bomb at your favorite store or Gulf deal«r»t S. E. TUrC Distributor i — •»••• •wpwR^ri Gulf Refining Company Products Blyrti«vill«, Ark. Mead's Defeat Sullivan-Nelson Bay Window Leaders Handed 4-3 Setback Mead's Clothiers vaulted Into fovirth place In the -nay Window league utandings yesterday hy knocking off league leading Sullivan-Nelson 4-3 at uttlc Park. The Clothiers choked off a last ditch rally by (he Chevip* to conserve the victory nftcr the Chevies had moved to within one run The low cut Sullivan-Nelson's leaeue lead („ (wo and 0|]( , half games over the Mcond place Lifers This afternoon the Lifers were scheduled to play 61 Implement Company. Bradford Named To All-Srar Tilt MEMPHIS, Tenn.. July 25 w,_ Eddie Bradford of Little Hock today was named to the west team for Hie National High School All- America Football game here Aug. Urariford, one of Arkansas' hesl .schoolboy tackle.'; hi the past decade, won all-Southern honors Ihe past I wo seasons. He .stands .1-11 and wcishs 224. The All-America football name Is sponsored by the wi<?\vam Wise- men of America. Practice sessions start Aug. I. JONK8UORO, July for the St. Louts Cardinals' annual tryo'ut camp for teen-aged hoys have been set as Aug. 6-7, It was announced today. Red Bird. KCOUIS Jack Structy and Ruddy Lewis will be In charge of the J'ineshoro camp, which is one of (lie many conducted each year by the Cards. The camp will be open to all boys bc-lween the ages of n and 23. It will tie conducted at Arkansas WEDNESDAY, JULY H. !»« Dates for Cards Tryout Camp Set State College. All boys Interested In attending the camp are required to'furnish their own shoes, gloves and uniforms. Any players signed to con- trad during the camp will be reimbursed traveling expenses The tryouu will begin at 11 am each day. ' ' Ten per cent of all drivers Involved tn automobile accident* in 1949 were women. I 1 P/«osur« COUJNS, I», — <fl — Sheritt Ivan Shallejr toted up loot taken by thieves who entered Uu Olw Shuey farm home whU, _ nm-*, was away. Net loot: Two-thirds of a chocolate cake. Three phonograph ree- ords — all k>v« SOUKS, For a raft of COOl refreshment! For OW T/mes' StjfVe CENTRALIA, III. _ (ff-y _ The Southern Hailwny has bowed (o those whuse ears are offender! by diesel train horns and who yearn for those old steam whistles. Eight of the 10 Southern froiaht trains passing Centralia have been equipped with new horns especially toned like lonesome sounding whistles oi stram trains. four losses. Pounding Jim Minis and Ray VTochim for n hits, the Travs were well ahead all (he. way. Ringleader of the assault was Clem Koshorek the pinl-siKed shortstop, who belted two homers and a double and chased in six runs. SUn Wentzel and Frank Thomas homered for the Pels. Thomas' was his loth of the season, Bnbe B.irna's sixth-Inning homer whipped Birmingham. unny Brook ' . BRAND NOW IS THE TIME TO GET NEW TIRES! Starting Tomorrow STILL & YOUNG WILL GIVE YOU $ 5 TO FOR YOUR OLD TIRES Regardless of Condition Wh«n You Trade for U.S. Royal Tires WE HAVE THE SIZE TIRE YOU NEED! White Sidewoll Tires In Some Sires Nn\v Fn Slock ! New U. S. Royal Tires Give Real Driving Protection! Trade Your Tires Now And Save I STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. V^*IM..I _*. *• ^ at First Fhon. 6976

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