The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1951 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 30, 1951
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PAOB tni DiMaggio Returns to Form And Yankees Stretch Lead BLTTHEVILLB. (ARK.) COtTRrER HEW* ».» KAI.PH RO|>KN Aiwx-laled I'rew Sporti Writer Jo« DiMaesto. hobbled to Injur-* i« aH eeaHin, came to life over] th« wepkend and forced the ex- i pert* to put his obituary back on th» shelf. The HOO.OOO-ii-year outfielder 'looked like the DJMaeslo of old is he sladinied three home runs in as many jan.os to help the Yank.5 sweep a three-jams series [rom Chicago and knock the white Sox out o( fha race for at least the lime ; n> AMl.'Kir;; rt"t'K,\)i being. j ST. PAUL, Minn, July 20. (AP»— Usually <-a|m I.loyd Mammim DiMasijio dimmed Friday night's i headed for hi.! home course In Chicago today - A $2 ->5f> first drive ciwck .r^^rs^! 1 ,,* %%'. i *™^ r ';;< -rr s ' y >-j»'»^' >~ «' - Mt day of the season before 10.012 j _^ ""'" "'" "" St ' "" -Inns, largMt crowd of th« year at -Yankee Stadium. The poker-faced Lloyd Mangmnis Life Threatened at St. Paul - veteran drove home five runs ojt a pair of homers to spark the Yanks to an 8-3 vic- .tory in tha upener. lie singled nrul wxired the fn.surnnce rtm in a 2-0 nightcap triumph. ,The sweep enabled the Yanks to pull two games ahead of the Hus- New York ifii i\eu OCA HIIU ^itvLiiinn iniliniis. "in * Tile Indians nipped the Rod Sox,l Bns ^ m AMKKICA.N I,KAGVK W I. I'ct. . 58 . SI . ST . M hi other American 'League names j ^'"Hadclpl 4he Washington Senators split * bt - Loills (knihlehesdw with St. Louis, win- ain» 'h« first same, 1-2, but los- the Mcond, 8-6; sn<l the Phtla- Athletics illvieled with the t, Detroit Tiger*,'taking the nightcap, t-S, after dropping the opener, 8-<, i Moanwhiid, th« Brooklyn Doclx- tr» continued to make merry in the National trounced 38 44 . 43 49 . 43 55 . 38.. 60 . 30 64 .624 .CM .600 .551 .407 .455 JOB .319 Leagu». T h e Brooks ih» St. Louis Cardinals, (-J. Th« runnenii) Me* York Giants shaved t*« Dodge»' lead to nijie famas by Uking a pnk from the Cincinnati Reds, 3-1 and 6-4. ,, Th« Chicago Cubfi also swept n *ouhlehf,id«. beatinf th« Phlla- d«lphlft Phillle*, 6-4 and 8-6. Bfw- ; ton and Pittsburgh divided, the Pirates vinnlns the opener, 8-2, and the Braves the nlght«a)>, 5-4. DiMHggio'i long-baE bu-itiim ov- tnhadoxvd a brlllinnt pUnnlng |ier. formiuwt by Vte Ra.ichl Ih the Jirtt |UM Raschl fanned 12 batter» tn poiMng his 15th victory. DiMnggin homered with one on ,tn tin first inning to match a pair •f Chicago runs. The Yank* broke 'the U* with three in the fifth and DiMaggto olinched th« s»n\e with * thre«-ruil homer In the sixth off starter and icsfir Lou Kret'ow, T«bbetU R«Ui« Hei S«« Lefkf Bob Ktizava »Lio pitched brilliancy In the nightcap. A former Ohicagoan. h« yielded only live hits, fanned nine and walked fom In turnlriB in the Yanks' 16th shutout of the year. The Yanks have *-on nine out of their last ten starts whi!8 the White Sox have dropped nine out of their last ten outings. Birdie Tebbert. > former Red, Socfcer, ruined his old matM at Boston. He poled a two-rim homer in thn fourth off loser Leo Klely ind-ilnglea to launch the Indians' winning rally In the seventh. - The Dodgers, trailing 3-1, scored •even runs in the seventh Inning in beating the Cardinals lor the I 14th straight time. Preacher Roe, who bowed out lot a plnch-hltter In !he seventh, received credit for His victory, hte I5th of the year and riKth mthnut a loss over the Cards. Sal MnalU of the ClmM,* also hunf up his 15th victory in thei opener at CmcinnaU with'» seven- hitter. Garner Leads Y Loop Hitters David Acrej Hurler Hos Lusty.615 Average .Sonny a.irnr-r, pitcher for the D»vld Aries nine of the Hiah School League. l«i the hitting department at !he end of first-halt play with a blistering .fin avo WB e. He was fnllowrri by first h,».7n Benny Hays nf Little Park wiih ,.|SR. center fielder .'immlc Phillips of Little Park with .431, and catcher Wayne Burnham cf David Acres with .581. Eucpne Cable and ,tan Raydrt of Little P.irk anrt .lim Hcnson ol r>,i_ vid Arrrs wrrc tied for ath place wi!Ji .3J3 each. Brooklyn . New York . Philadelphia St. Louis .. Cincinnati Chicago . Pittsburgh NATIO.S'AI, I.KAVVF. W L Tel. 82 .12 SS 43 W IB 45 47 44 4« . 43 . 3D .Slio .561 .500 .48!) .478 .402 .432 .411 14'.% IB 22'.; G.8. Little Rock Birmingham . Memphis . ., Mobile Nashville . Atlantn Chattanrmga , New Orleann ASSOCIATION W L ret. O.B. . 8S ^0 .612 0 .61 46 .57fi .S3« .528 .477 .467 .407 .403 46 49 SI 57 57 84 1)4 3 ', 14 n tournament if he wanted Uj live. •* M.inenim set a new St. Paul j Open rrroirl yrsf^rrlay with a 206 I for l),c 72 holes, ifc tnltj of (lie thlent at the ceremonies at which I he iwived llm chrrt, . j ~ Thi. call came Siiturihty u|«ht ht? snM, :,ltci he hail jet a nt-w IB-hole ITC.ovd v.iUi a tpn-slrokr-ilniler-pnc 02. It was about 11:30 whon ho nn- swcrcd the telephone. In his hotel room, A vnk'F fold tiiin, he .eaitl, "we've not a Int of money lift on ihc toiir- uatnenl; It you vniit to Bel out of St. Paul alive dmVt w[n." He reported Ihe cnll to mitlinrl- tles nnd all durins yesterday's play imlformnrt and ,j!ni,i clothes' po)i<'i>- mcn minsicd w jii, the Inrge gnlicry (hat followed, him. How much the cull U p«ct him was shown by the two-muter pn r 10 he nosteil 1m yesterday's ,v,u/!<1 /(, Wils his poorest score i>l Ihe trine-day tourney over the 6.557-ynrd Keller mu;ifcipa] ratlrse. He stRrted out with two rounds of 67. five strokes tmetfr ( ur, nnrf then chopped ten stinkfs ofl pnr Satur| day in his record breaking tour of Ine cmii'sp. His 2CC for the 72 holes wl a i,f-w record also, clipping iwti strokes ofl the mark set by Henry Ransom In winning the 1IH6 event, In second place nmoilR the nh>s was Fred Hawkins HI Ki Pnsy. Texas. I MONDAY, JULY », k ' ng , n T^ eRC!eVel TE d Si ub ' s remarkable pitching are the bats of, left to hiifinL ini',4 T • a7ld . A1 R osen. The Mextcan second baseman is among the American batting leaders. Luscious Luk« and the third baseman bat in runs and the gigantic first sacker has the horn?-run range. (NBA) Suspenison of Dixie Walker Lifted by Minor League Czar Walltor will be allowed to resume his Job immediately "*"" a ^ vignrmis ri>uharb 21 ! 22 YT.RTRRDAVS National I^a^u«i Brooklyn fl, St. ij.,uSs j New York 3-s, Cincinnati 1-4 PiMsimrgh, 6-<, Boston 2-s ChlcsBo S-8, Phllndelphln 4-« American fragile Hew York 8-3, Chlcngo 3-9 Cleveland i, Boston 4 Washington 7-6, St. Louis j.j Detroit 8-0, Philadelphia 4-3 Southern A«r>cl«f!«n Birmingham 3-5. Atlnnta 3-8 OhattanooBB 4-8, Nashvlllo 3-fl Mobile 3-5, New OrlnnnB 0-7 Memphis i, Little Rock B (second tiame culled, rinrkue.wj TODAY'S GAMES National league Philadelphia m Cincinnati n New Ynrk at Chicago Boston at St. Louis Only grimes .scheduled American league Detroit nt New York i night) Onlj- game scheduled .Southern AsSfK-iatfim Little Rock »t Memphis night Only game scheduled - ••" <K«i'Miuv m r.i i-usc). Texas, l tmme< who coppflrt $1.100 mi his six-miner- from th |}fir Rfi. hj.s sornnrf cnrli ,.,.,-...„ ,.t „,: The result: Walker *as suspend- *• «l for 00 days and fined «100 by Southern Association P r esl rten't C'harle.s mirth. He immediately appealed the decision. A puVjlic hearing was held here Saturday, Riit! OTrfny, in a four anrt a half page decision. Trainman L-niuplctcly reversed the original sentence. Umpire Paul Ray had called a Mobile nir.nfr sate beciHtsc. he said, Atlanta catcher Roy Jarvis had obstructed the plate and had prevented the runner from scoring. tmmedmtely a howl went, up Doubles Play in City Tennis Tournament Starts Today pnr fJG, Ids second such score of Iho tournament. He .stnrtai Thursday with OS and find a (17 Friday. f.. J, "Dutch" Harrison of st Andrews. ;il., a| so rnrrlcd „ BO y ro(r ,.. day to go with his pvovinm rounds of 68-llS-r,7 for a 268 and fl 200 lor Ihird place. Home I.rmtrd LOB ANGELES, July M. WV~ About the time golfer l.loyd M ; in- Krum was being warned not, to win (he St. i'nul Open tournament Saturday nlsht, his apartment here was looted. Police snlri (here wns no way of telling ivhnt was stolen until Mangrum and his wife return Thomason to Coach At Walnut Ridge High HOT/SPRINGS. Ark,. July OT r.v-, -new-py- S. Thompson. Jr., of Hot Spring, former umvrrsMy of Ark amas baseball sl.-ir. )lap hm , „„,„,,, foodiull coach and athletic director nl Walnut nidge Hiu-h School He succrcds Duvali Thornton who now assistant footbnll conch nl Hoi SjiriiiRs Uiijh School ie Atlanta pla.vers ami they ali surrounded. Roy shouting abuse find protests. When all the hubbub started, Roy .suspended piny. He testified Saturday that he never ciillcd for play to resume, but had forfeited the game after Walker had Ignored his request, tn gel li.icJc on the field and gel the "?ame going. Trnutman said: No Violation "It Is cler.rly established by the testimony oi the umpire himself Hint there was no violation of par- .icrnph (C> because he had ordered play suspended. "Therefore, there being iiu bn.sis for the forfeiture under Paragraph Play In the Junior doubles :emils tournament was slated to the bracket. Tour teams have entered m the* — doubles competition for boys 17 years of age and younger. J. P. Garrott, Y .wcrets'ry. said Hint no time schedule for the division of the Blydipvilln y s city begin today with four matches on I Brooklyn Jinx Holds Fast As Cards Lose Again 9-3 B> THE ASSOCIATED PRKSg The Brooklyn jinx still holds for the St. Louis Cardinal* .i,;, If ?*f" ''J? oked iik « »'e Red Birds might <io som^ thing about it at St. Louis yesterday, tlie Bums thundered home seven runs in the seventh inning and went on to win* For the second time in fwo'ganw*, 3 new attendance record was set at Sportsman's Park, with 33,139 watching the twelfth consecutiv* Brooklyn victory over Marty Mar- ion'i Red Birds, The crowd brought to 91.359 Ihe number of c«*h cm- t-aiiers attending the three gem« series. It «as the fourlh succetslvt three-game series the Dodgers hav« taken from the Cards, who hav« lost H of the 18 games Ihey have played with Brooklyn Ihls season, Xine In a Row The from-runiifng Dodgers have won their last nine starts while the slipping Cards have dropped (lv« straight and 11 of their last 11 starts. Preacher see. 33-year-old south- pan-, was credited with his sixth victory in a s mail y starts this season the Cards but he failed t" S° 'he loute. He was pulled for a pinch-hitter in the seventh. Ole SaU-h Paige, who is always 39 years old, it seems, finally got rrcrjjl fat a victory with Ihe St.' Louis Browns. He won it the relief way in the finale of the Browns twin bill with the Senators at Washington yesterday. But the ftrowns nac' to score four runs in ihc ninth for their 8-6 conquest. The Senators won the opener, 7-2. Paige, wi.c twice before failed as a starting pitcher, went in rturing the seventh inning of the nightcap. The Senators had lied it up. 4-all. They kno;Ua the old boy about t bit but the Brcwnies produced four more runs themselves anrt that «af more than enough. Miners Defeat Manila 4 to 3 Grovcr Whittle Hurlt Number Nine to Win The Number Nine Miners outlasted the Manila Jayeees 4.3 at the Number Nine park yesterday alternoon. Veteran Orover Whittle w as the winning pitcher as he hurled eight hit ball. He n»rl his teammates got to Bert Williams, Manila twirler [or nine hits. ' Fowler of Manila rapped the hit.-I ting honors with three hits in three ' official trips to the plate. Next Sunday, (he Niners are s |at- vA to play the Armorel 'risers nl Annorel. Ntimbt-r Nine G. Ranch ss ... A. Bunch" 21) ... Lcdbcttrr Ib ... 1C), there was nr> violation ol such paragraph for which x penalty j c.mii'' be i".operly imposed." Trauti»nn'.'i conclusion; "Therefore the lorlclliire was 1m proper, anrt must he set aside and doubles matches have been set up anrt thnl the matches w|H be played when the teams are ready. However. he said, first round play should be completed this week. There was no action In the single bracket ol the junior division over (he weekend but three singles matches iii the senior division were completed. Bob Llpscomb moved into the quarter-finals by defeating Dick Mills B-4, 6-0 Saturday afternoon. Lipscomb is scheduled to meet A. B. Smith in the quarter-rounds. Smith Saturday defeated Don Frowiifelter 6-1, 6-2 and Hob Blori- gett won over Tom Miller 6-2, 6-1 'n another first round match. In other quarter-Iinai pairings, L. Thompson is slated to meet, Richard Roberts with Huss Mosley piayin,, Bob Blodgett and Ted Plshl " meeting Blake' Polly. Play in the doubles division of ,the senior bracket Is to begin toe an .' morrow. Five teams are entered in the ijamc resumed from Ihe point i tliat ' P ln X- at which it was Interrupted. 1 • — "In order that, there may be no'Two Aces Sdmi HoU question i.s In the score when the same is resumed. 1 hold that the the disputed p]ny Luxora and Booneville Clash in State Tourney ' BALTIMORE, July M. </T) — Prank Go.ssman. who Hadn't shot hole-in-onc in his six years of (lay.s I What's more. from the same he rotted them the Arkansas semi-pro baseball tournament underway hers Liwora moved Inlo the quarter v . matches ov upsetting Stultgnrt in lirst round piny Friday, Stimpnrl was one ot the pre-tottrney favorites. In another qnarler- lonlKhl Wnldron will Springs. *Vo ftame.s were played yf with first round action completed Saturday night. In games Saturday niplit Wal- nion dofcnteri MorrilUin' 9-6 and Bc.iinrviVle '.chipped Wesley 5-3 Winner of the tournament will tejire.nenl ArXunsa* in Ihe National liaseljall Conaress tournament at Wirhlta. K.ins., nrxt moiil.h. Legion Meet ,'S S To Be Played At Newport run M:nlfxl couiH.s. „ "Wlietlu'r or not. 'olj.stnicl.lon' oc-jSolf. 5ank twt > ot them on successive curved on tnis particular ruse <KBK a mutter of judgment on the part o! the umpire and Ills decision should not be disturbed by me." The game will be resumed with Mobile at bat in the elc-ht-h nrnine, mic out., and the score 3 to 2 in favor nl Mobile. The paragraph (C) that Traut- mnn referred to Is one tn which it says the umpire may declare a came forfeited In favor of the opposing (cam when a team — "(Cl refuses to continue play during a xnme unless t.he name has been suspended or terminated by thr umpire.'' One Run Tilts Feature SA Play Chicks Go 13 Innings To Whip Trovs 9-8 the five and Bv The AssorlMcrt Press Of seven games played In Southern Association Sunday wider) with one-run marsins two with two-run margins. Birmingham rfefealert Atlanta 32, in the first, game of a doubleheader and AtMntj, returned with a victory by the same score in the second game. CbMt,inoo-<a won from Nashville. 4-3, and then lost IUB. Memphis defeated Little Hock 7-6. 18. 13 innings but. the second Bsme of (heir scheduled doubleheader couldn't be played because of darkness. Only In New Orleans could a winner take a game by more than one run. Mobile shutout New Orleans In Ihe first game. 2-0. and New Orleans won the niehtcap, 7-5. Four hours and five minutes were needed for Memphis tn defeat Ihe league leading Travelers. nixie Upright opened Memphis' h.ilf of the 13th with a triple ant) scored the winning run when Joe Frazier hit a high fly. Bndcnhirjier rf Fisher 3b Hensou If .... Jonfs cf Whittle p .... Totals Manila Ketchum ib . While ss Ashabranner If Fowler c Bolihiger rf ... Threlkelti ci .. Curtis 3b Williams p .... Totals AH ... 5 ... 4 ... 3 ... 4 ... 4 ... 3 ... 4 ... 4 ... 4 4 9 R II 0 James Buchanan. 15th president of the United States, was a federalist. HLs successor, Lincoln, w'as & Republican. yard sixth hole at Mount Pleasant course here. Gossman ,T,5de his first ace Saturday, then followed up Road Courier News Classified Ticker Sales Heavy SOUTH BEN'D I 1351 season cra, public Nature Boy Billed I For Legion Match i Xaluie Boy. one of wrestlrdmivs • ."tirvnoi more colnrtul pcrforrnrrs, will team | will ,~, irm.K ROCK. ,iuiv so ',n ,v kan-as ihrrc-dav state Amrrlcaji legion junior huvhnii tTOirnninrnt .will be placed In Newport Instead |"f n>r( Smith. [ The Irnnsfrr was announrecl yrs- (lerrtay by Joe Whltley. [.ccion state [Mhle'ir: officer, wlio cave no reason ! Whitley snld the tourney xvonl.l I "pen in NVwprtrt'K Mrmrmal Fiela! i Fririav. He also annniiiirrd paliinc? (lie Iniirliamrnl. hi which f>'»' ncr over Fort Smith for the District Two crown, at II a.m. Friday. TcxnrkF.nn of District Pour and Osrcola of District One meet- al 2 p.m. Tc.Y,i)-t,Mr)3 n-ltifiprd Cnmrtp.-i twice Bninrday. ,S-A and !)-2. to win Ihe rieht lo represent the fourth «i«i\.;t In the state toni-iiMTievit tee. on the 125 with another yesterday. SAVE MONEY ON FARM & COMMERCIAL STORAGE! \Vhen you store merchandise In our modern warehouse, you save money on insurance rates and hanrllinjr cosl.s. Quantity hu.vinu saves freight expense, loo. Want figures? Let's discuss your storage problem today! BLYTHEVILLE WAREHOUSE CO. \o. Highway 61 phone fi277 nf fnur riislrJcl niertings: '"* Amernni, LeclW., l,, Ehbn> , "f ,.it,,e pork- havr M-,.,, r iC |!t rmi«,-;ilivf "' aCaUlSI °" rl! - '»" >ri - wl »- n, „, , i,™ . , , < • " r ("clinutinry hwits. ^aiiu- tv.ns uk inc on cnrr. 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