The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hal Newhouser Flops Again In Six Inning Comeback Try Tiger Southpaw May Quit Game; Cards Beaten 3-2 Hy KI) CORRTOAN If ever Manager Red Kolfe of the Detroit Tigers could use a pitcher—especially Hal Newhouser—this is the year. In J95J. Just three of Ms hiirlrrs* managed to break into double fig-' ures In the win column, and of those Virgil Trucks was hlph man with 13. Bob Cain had 12 and Fred Hutchinson 10. So that's where Newhmi-pr came In. He's 30 years old now. but Rolfe figures that If he could rngaln some of his old form—the form that won him 29 games In 1014—the Tigers might make a showing. Since his arm began to fail him. Newhouser has been of little use to (he Ben- gals and last year svound up with 6-S. Worked Six Innings Hal went six innings against the Washington Senators yesterday and gave Rolfe absolutely no solace. He was banked for nine hits and all the winners' runs in the six; Innlnes he worked The final count read: Washington 6. Detroit 4. Now it could bo that Newhouser is finished. He hns mode two appearances in sprinfr training and dropped both of them. If he doesn't prove to himself that lie can help •the Tigers, he'll probably hang up his glove. The Boston Red Sox. who looked as though they were going through the rest of the exhibition season without winning, finally took a decision from the Cincinnati Reds, 10-6, aided no little by seven runs | \A/„_._„ B-. I J ill the second Inning off Herman TTOmen DOOK6Q Wehmeler. Ted Williams, Wait Dropo and Dick Slsler all hit homers. Dodgers Slop ranks Nincteen-yenr-old Johnny Podres turned in another good performance for the Brooklyn Dodgers ns Chuck Drcsscn's men defeated the New York Yankees. 7-5. Podres, who may stick, hurled five Innings gave up four hits nnd didn't yield « njn until tivo were out in Hie ninth. The Boston Brnves scored s 3-2 triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals In 13 innings. Ken Heintzleman and Karl Drews combined to shut out the Philadelphia Athletics for the Philadelphia Phillies, B-0. During 1952 a banh, Scotiasri. total OJ 10,350,000 On Legion Card A double main event program featuring a bout between two women wrestlers, has been booked for the American Legion's wrestling program at Memorial Auditorium tonight. In the first bout, Millie Stafford and June Byers, a pair of women grapplers. will do battle over the one hour time limit, best two of three lalls route. Miss Byers. n newcomer to Bly- thevlllc, Is the third ranking contender for the women's wrestling crown In the nation. In the second bout, a pair of male veterans, Roy Welch and Eddie Malone, will come to grips. This bout will be for a 00 minute time limit. From iht Training Camps — Giants Are Missing Lead-Off Qualities of 'The Brat' Stanky «„ off Quall The Awocfarod York 0lanU are •"• of Ecidlo Stanky, their old top-of-the-order man. Whitey Lockman, who has been given Stanky's former assignment, has collected only four hits in 22 trips to Ihe plate. Manager Leo Durocher isn't worried, though. "We're not making enough runs to suit me." he snid today. "But I'm sticking to Lockman ns leadoff man, Nobody is hitting the.sc days for some reason or other." Carey Impressive MIAMI. Fla.. (iPi ~ Alter only one year o! professional baseball, It , looks as If Infielder Andy Carey might make the grade with I h e World Champion New Y'ork Yankees. Unless he suffers some sort Injury. Manager Cases' Etcnsel Indicated today that Carey probably will open up the season at third base. inors Money Hungry flawlessly but came through with three hits In five trips as t h e Buc.s beat Oakland of the Pacific Coast League 7-V Two of Mersoll's hits were doubles, one, scoring three runs. The Dues are idle today but will pick up the exhibition routine tomorrow when they play the New York Giant.s here. Hurles In Fine Form LOS ANQELES M>> — Cleveland's usually slow-startinB pitchers already are looking about the way they looked last season: terrific. Bob Fellnr unlimbcrcd his arm , £ competitively for the first time yesterday, against (he San Fran- Seals, and pitched three , scorele.w Innings with only one hit. Usually Pellci gets tagged hard In training. Bob Lemon has hurled nine Sports Roundup By <;AYI,K TAI.BOT I.OS ANGELES <A!'»—The West Const'.* entire b.iwlMll future «p- years In lie In the balance when two embattled groups, fluffing their feathers like (ighting cocks, meet in the same downtown hotel here tomorrow. It could be the showdown between the bis fellows and the Pacific Coast League. Representatives of the six major league clubs which trnin In California and Arizona are gathering, as Is customary at this time, to draw up their exhibition schedules for next spring, 'nicy don't know where they're at. because they have been told that they will not 'DP |>er- mltted to play flgninst one another In Coast League parks after this year. They arc Jndlpnant. Alarmed rather belatedly at the storm they have tri/'hed, but stitl feeling pretty stubborn, the men who own nnrt run the Coast I.eague have decided to hold a meeting, too. They will he there hanriy just in case the big ICHKtiers desire a word with them, as they most certainly will. Won't Allor Schedule No one — much loss the baffled big leaguers—can make nn Intelligent prediction on what will happen. The training clubs cannot dabble with an exhibition schedule —or. at least, they say they will not—until the Coast League's" edict is rescinded or mortified. Clarence (Pants) Rowland, president of the Coasters, says this will not be done, though he could be mistaken if the pressure becomes great. Unless there Is a compromise of .some .sort. California probably will have seen the last of at least three big league teams — the New York Giants, the Cleveland fndlans and the St. Lout"; Browns. All three h.ivc snid they will haul out. The Glnnt-s and Indians say thev will continue . to train In Arizona but head east and down into Mexico on their exhibition tour. President Bill Vceck of the Browns probably would like nn excuse to shift Ills spring base to somewhere in Arizona—maybe Ternpe- or to San Antonio, Tex. His manager, Rogers Hornsby, still thinks San Antonio Is the best. Buc.s May Move Some think that Branch Rickey would be happy to move the Pittsburgh Plrntes from San Bernardino to Florida. his old stamping grounds. They have been struggling against unusual])' poor spring weather at San Bernardino, as have all the other teams in this vicinity. Weatherwlse. if tor no other reason, the Coast magnates picked n poor year to get tough. A baseball man who has been watching Uiji'^raln come rlouTt for two or three days while his Idle athletics chomp on J5 steaks, is inclined to become jumpy. .,....,,1;, .liimey Hungry *" J " n:jiiun nas nurjed nine LOS ANGELES ',PJ — Wid Mat- ! sl - ral 8ht zero Innings. Early Wynn thcw.= , chlcaao Cubs' personnel dl-1 nnrt Mikp Garcia each pitched rector, today charsed that m o s 11 threc-innlnp shutouts yesterday major Jeacue clubs are too money' Al1 '"W- Cleveland pitchers, un- hungry d«rln K the exhibition pla'yl 1 ' 1 "« rookies stot on the mound Ing campaign. | ye.slcrciay. had pit<-hrd 26 consecii- ".Managcrs should be free lo try i " ve wrele.w Innings. Last year, out any rookies ihcy wan! without!" 10 l"lehers allou-ert'an average ,of being obligated tn play n lc recil- i 1! nms a came in exhibitions, then lars M that more cu.slomers can ! l " rnt ' d 'i" 1 the best in baseball] be hired thro;;ch the tllrns-Jile.s." j <i " ri "? the regular season. he said, "Ho-.i can you whip a team < Tne Indians no»- have won live together when you have !« play ymir i exhibitions, lost none. stars instead ol your rookies'J\i st' to get a good crate? Mcrson Shines SAX BERNARDINO. Calif., i.4V- I'liils Like Ridzlli CLKARWATAR. P!a. tfi — Steve Rinzik. a 22-year-old ris;hth?ndcr • j^m-.M\Lji.>*j. i.iiiii., i.4'f— "p from Baltimore of the Intcrna- Npi Ion? ago Bill Meyer. Pitisliurgh' tlcn!l1 League Is tabbed "the best. Pirate manager, said Jackie Mrr- ; Itiokini- pitcher in Camp" by Philson is a sure starter at second-base i arielphia Phillies Manager" Eddie — one of the few men on the srinad i Sawyer. »'ho can count rn beinc in the start- 1 ing lineup opening day ' Osceo/a Gets Two Berths on Girls AllrState NF.W PORT -Billie Galnes Mann. Osceola's little pepperpot. forward and Carolyn Lowe, the Seminole's hip guard, were among the 12 players picked on the all-state' cirls basketball team here Saturday night. The feam was announced at the climax of the state tournament here which was won by Emerson. In Saturday night's finals. Emerson, the team that eliminated Osceola in the quarter-finals whipped Silonm Springs 45-12. Osceola's two representatives on the all-state team were stalwarts for the Seminolettc.s all season. ATiss Mann, a pinUsi?ed lass with nn uncanny eye for the basket, is n ball- handler deluxe and served the Sem- inoleilcs as a play-maker. Miss Lowe was used solely as Osceola's keyhole cuarrl. Other members of the all-slate Box Score on Arkansas Governor's Contest UTTLE ROCK Wi — Box score on Arkansas' gubernatorial contest: Democrats — announced: Dutch H. O'Neal. Rep. Boyd Tncketl. Democrats — tiled: none. Repuhlicnns — announced: •leff Speck. Republicans — filed: none ' MONDAY, MARCH IT, SPRING TIME-—lion Samford springs high into the nir" behind' second base to stop the ball during infield drills at the New York Giants Phocmx. Ariz., Spring tr,iinm B camp. The s-n<=a1ional foukic. up from Sioux CHy, is ballling Dave Williams tor Edd"e Stank}' i old spot at second base. (NBA) Rose to Junk Ball Control For Tirehouse' System FAYETTCVILLK, Ark. (AP)—The University of Arkansas, after an unsuccessful stab at ball-control, will return next winter to the fast shool-and-follow style of p| av with which ,t reigned as kingpin of Southwest Conference basketball for so many years. "Plain Glen" nose, who Is c om- Inc back to his alma muter as head cace coach, played the firehonse system here on three championship teams under the late Francis Schmidt, And Rose used the system in coaching Arkansas to live more titles in his previous tenure ns Ha- zorback coach, "I still use the same system — shoot and pray," he snys. Hose, raise mentor at Stephen F. Austin College In Texas nnrt past, five seasons, was signed Saturday In a record Arkansas contract o't five years at, $7,000 a year to succeed the resigned Presley Askew. He takes over April 1. Wnn All-Southwest tin in 1Q.17, Rose had been connected v.ith the university since 1921 as athlete, coach, athl'etic director and athletic business manager. As a schoolboy. Rose was All- Southwest conference in basketball three years and In football one. His fl-year varsity coaching record at Arkansas. 1534-42. inclusive, was 150 victories find 44 defeats. His Porkers finished as low as fourth in the conference only in 1940. The same hoys swept all 12 of their conference games the following season. Askew's first team, 1950, lied lor the conference title but, managed only to break even in 24 games over the full season. His 1D51 team finished fourth and this year the Pork- r,s i i — *..Jifu tvurin ana tms year tl fore going to Stephen P. Aus- ers wound up in the cellar. Collegiate Teams Set Pace In First Round of AAU Meet By FRANK PtTMA.V DENVER, MV-Colleens had their inning yesterday in the opening round of the National Amateur Athletic Union basketball tournament but, today the veteran A AU clubs start taking command. A crew of collegiate stars (rom Oregon, playing for Paneishake of Portland, caught the fancy of the 2.000 first day fans In the way they disposed of the Springfield, III', Cleaners, 72-54. Another hlKhllRht on the seven- play until tomorrow at 7:3o p.m. They meet the winner of today's clash between Arkansas College of Baiesville and Santa Fe, N M Sellers. 46 Te.ims Entered Forty-six teams are competing. The bulky field will be cut to 10 , „;;„. .. " - -• -..v.,.,,v,~ ^ clubs by Wednesday and whittled br^^sS^Sdes^^Lr 1 ^ "^ < "' arler - game card mine in the fil-.la trim- versity of Denver players and Ron- ill Shnvllk. 6 feet tl inch center from Ihe East Denver team that won the Colorado high school basketball championship last week. The 10-g«me schedule today brings the co-favorites for the title into action for the first time, and both appear to have a soft touch. The Bartlesvllle, okla., Phillips B6ers. champions seven out ol the last nine yenr.s, play the BilliiiES. .\font.. Sheridan Exporters at 10 p.m. CST. St, Ixnils Plays Tonight The Oakland, Calif.. Atlas Pacific Engineers, who are favored along with Phillips to take the crown, bow in at 11:30 p.m. against St. 1,011 Is. Mo. Defending champion San Francisco Stewart Chevrolet.'! does not team are: Beul.ih Shook. Jetlle Marvcs, Lilly Ann Parly, Siloam Springs- Nancy Williams, Ruth Vaugh and Mary Perry ol Emerson: Lorent MilllSan. Poughkeepsle: Mnrcia Geren and Lucy Wallace of Greenwood. 70, Other scores yesterday: San Diego, Calif., Marines Voorhies, Iowa 57. San Diego, Calif. Grihalva Motors 50 Oklahoma City Jeffries National CageSpotlight Shifts To NCAA, AAU Tournaments Bjr CHJLO BOBEKTSON NEW YORK (AP)—Basketball's national championship play shifts to the NCAA and AAU competition this week with six berths in the Olympic tryouts at stak* The NCAA opens Its elimination* play Friday in four cities with 15 teams, 10 of them conference champions, battling im the right to move on to Seattle (or the semifinals and finals March 25 and 26. The winner and runner-ujj wilt qualify /or the Olympic trials, which get under wav In Kansas City and New Vork Match 29. Prom the AA0 tournament, which opened yesterday In Denver, will come four more teams for the Olympic competition. LsSalle's youthful, swashbuckling Explorers were the (irst to qualify for a spot 'In the Olympic trials. They soundly whipped DnyUin, 7564, in the National Invitation Tournament finals Saturday at Madison Square Garden. Snrinjffleld wins JVMIB And a couple of hours later they were joined by Southwest Missouri State of Springfield after Its 73-61 Iriiimtili over Murray (Ky.) Slate in the NAIB final at Kansas Oily. En route to the NIT title, LnSa'lle knocked over three of the teams which will compete for the NCAA crown—Dayton, Duqucsne and St John's of Brooklyn. Their other victim was Scion Hall. Here's how Ihe NCAA will line Up for the first, round, with the quarter-finals scheduled for the same cities on March 22: Eastern Regional Raleigh. N.C.-Kentucky. Southeastern Conference champion, v.s Penn State, selected at large and North Carolina State, Southern Conference champion, vs St. Johns, named as an at-Jarge representative, Chicago-Illinois. Hie Ten champion vs Dayton, selected at large and runner-up In NIT and Princeton, ivy League titleholder vs Duquesne, selected at large. Western KcRiwial Kansas Cits'-Kansas, Big Seven champion, vs Texas Christian, Southwest. Conference titleholder. and St. Louis. Missouri valley winner vs New Mexico A. & M.. Border Conference representative. CorvallLs, Ore. - UCLA. Pacific Coast champion vs Santa Clara, selected at large, and Wyoming, Skyline Conference champion vs Oklahoma City, named at large. 22 Nogs Picked For Spa Feature HOT SPRINGS. Ark. M'I—Twen- ty-two three-year-olds hm r e been nominated for the 810.000 added Arkansas Derby, feature of Oaklawn Park's closing day March 29. They are Gushing Oil, Irish Tu- rlor. Red Curtice, Hudgens. Robert, Cullerton. Smoke Screen. War Antique. Hopeido, Dry Summer, Jet Ace. Dr. Noddy. Wolfcamp, Trigger Happy. Seventh Son, Thesures. Handsome Ben. Mascn County, Fiery Chief, Good Score, Our Chal lenge and Conwood. Garrison High iris Capture District Title Harrison High School's district hampion girls basketball team be;an preparing 'today for the Negro ;irls state tournament, at Little Rock this weekend. The Dragonettes won the right o represent District Eight in the tate tournament at Little Rock's Dunbar High School by defeating Yonder City High of We-st Memphis 32-9 in the finals of the district ournament at Osceola Friday nis;ht. To get to the finals the Blytheville earn defeated Booker T. Wiishing- cn of Josesboro 29-15 and McNeil High of Crawtorcisville 35-11, The Negro state tournament Is :cheduled to start Thursday with he finals to be played Saturday right. Truckers 43. Greelcy. Colo.. Coors 56 Los Angeles Kelbos M. McPherson, Kan., American Legion 68, Memphis, Tenn., Airbase 58. Billings. Mont.. Sheridan Exporters 79 Jacksonville, Fla. Towers Hardware 63. 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The game — curtain raiser for Arkansas' grid season — was announced Saturday by Allen Berry, manager ol War Memorial Stadium. Saddler Fights Collins Tonight BOSTON I/PI — World Featherweight champion Sandy Saddler meets Tommy Collins - Boston's hard hitting Irishman and New England feather wing-tonight Is a ncn-title ten-rounder on a $M Patrick's Day card at the Gardert. WEST MEMPHIS, ARK. Phon« Wes< Memphis, 84 Phern* Memphis, 5-49*9 that's why it's America's top-selling Kentucky straight bourbon ' whiskeyl RKSGffi THAN VAlUt STW. ONIY STUIGHT BOIK50N WHISKEY. M MOOf. Tt* JTA«O OUT. CO., FMNWOW, Oi

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