The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
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1WTRSDAY, IT, 195J Bob Elliott Homers Twice ^ Giants Whip Phills 5-3 Brooklyn Smothers Braves 14-8 With 20-Hit Attack; Yankees Win H.v JACK HAND AP Snnrls Writer Bob Elliott's crushing two-homer debut chased the Monte Irvin blues out of the Polo Grounds. New York Giant.s fans, dubious of the value of a 35-year-old Bos ton Brave •'castoff," came to the Polo Grounds last night'to be shown And Mr. Elliott sure showed them. (AKK.) COtmiER NEWS Chicks Finish Far Back in Arkansas State Invitational BHS Trackmen Place 8th; Leachville in Fifth Place .IONKSBORO— Blytlieville' High School's track stmacl scored only 11 points to finish far back in eighth place in By The Assnclatcil Press NATIONAL l.i:A(U!i: W St. Louis Brooklyn Chicago New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Bos ton Pittsburgh L, PclGB 0 1.000 ... 0 1.000 .. 0 1.000 'i 0 1.000 !i 1 .000 lii 1 .000 1>,2 2 .001) 2 2 .000 2 A.MKIilCAX I.KACJl Cleveland St. Louis New York Boston Washington Philadelphia Detroit Chicago L Pet GB 0 1.000 0 1.000 I.000 \ .5(11) 1 .500 1 .000 I' .000 2 .000 1 SOUTHF.RX ASSOCIATION W L Pet. G.B. Mobile Little Rock New Orleans Memphis ihattancosa Nashville Atlanta Birmingham .750 .607 .600 .600 .600 .333 250 .200 When the Giants bought big Bob from the Brnves April a for ,550 000 and pitcher Sheldon Jones. Manager Leo Durocher shouted "'Urt'll I,.. _____ _. , .. i, ,. "He'll be my crusher." know what he meant. ,. ' they First a home run deep into the night victory over Pittsburgh 6-5 The Cards lipped Howie PoIIel an old friend ami former teammate (or (ive runs after two were out ai (he seventh. Cincinnati and Chicago hart an open date in the National. VKS'I HKTIAY'S RKSULTS American League I New York 8 Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 1 Chicago 0 I St. L'ouis 5 Detroit 4 'Washington 4 Boston 3 fll innings) a ome run eep into the upper left field seats in the fourth | ' Vic R^ch'i TothNew York inning. Then No. 2 into the right Yankee., off wif£ U in UieTr Jnve fie W seats in the eighth. toward a fourth "traTgJ pen m Just a few hours before Elliott with an 8-1 romp over the PWl" rmncd opening night for Robin j delphia A's. Big v° , nee led he"p Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies, the doctors sewed together jjfilonte Irvin's torn ligaments. They ^Tnid the 1951 runs-batted-in champ might be ready (o pinch hit in late July. Elliott's performance and this optimistic report : on Irvin restored some of the glow of the miracle of '51. Elliott's home runs plus steady from Johnny Sain when he developed a wild streak and walked two straight in the ninth after pitching two-hit shutout ball for the first eight frames. Brownies Win Cleveland and the surprising St. Louis Browns kept step in their two-way tie for the American League lead. The Indians nipped - - - ~ ^...., ofcuiiv L^H&UU ic.iu. iiit; inaians nlpned four-hit pitching by Sal Masjlie I Chicago. 1-0, on rookie Jim Frd- maric New York's first opening I ley's homer ami Bob Lemon's Eight a success with a 5-3 win over j ihree-hit pitching while Rogers Ihe Phillies. Hornsby's Brownies clipped De'- Brooks round Braves troit, 5-4. Ironically, the Braves staggered .. Flo >' [| Baker, supposed lo be & through a rugged afternoon ab- " gooti f '«W. no hit" man, won a sorting a 14-8 pasting from the 6 Bmc fo[ Washington with a bases- slugging Brooklyn Dodgers. The i lc rlded single off Boston's Ellis Brooks flattened Max Siirkont i n i K " 1<lcr wi "> '«'" out in ihe 11th, the first inning and kept it tip alii 4 " 3 ' lrv N °ren's double and the first inning and kept it tip alii day for 20 hits, including live by Duke Snider and a homer, double ..and single by Roy Campanella. Seven errors by a crumbling defense helped the Dodgers "pour home the runs for an early 12-3 lead. Chris Van Cuyk wound up! with the win although he was lifted for n pinchhitter. . Slan Musial got hot with the bat ^.i drive home ihree runs with a "homer and double in the St. Louis Cardinals' second straight night walks loaded them up. Julio Mor- PTO went all the way for the Senators. Ted Williams, who twisted his out a triple ankle while running ...„ „ „,, yesterday, saw action only as n pinchhitter for Ted Lcpcio" in the The Indians continued to t'et super pitching with Lemon doing Hie job but had to depend on a rookie from Dallas to do the hitting. Fridie.v's -second - inning homer ruined .Joe Dobson's four-hit job. National League Brooklyn 14 Boston 8 Kew York 5 Philadelphia 3 St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 5 Only games scheduled. Southern Association Chaltaiioosn 18. Birmingham 5 Memphis 10. Mobile 8 Atlanta 13. Nashville 6 New Orleans 5. Little Rock 4 TODAY'S GAMES \ational League Brooklyn at Boston Philadelphia at New York Chicago at Cincinnati Pitt.sbureh at St. Louis American League Cleveland nt Chicago St. Louis at Dcttoit Boslon nt Washington New York at Philadelphia Southern Association (Night Games) Mobile at Memphis Chattanoopra at Birmingham Nashville at Atlanta New Orleans at Little Rock California Solon Blasts Major League Rulers eve h '- P - C ' > ' Pat - ri< * J H»""ES 'R-Calif,. ca,t a sharp eje at the major league rulers today and «M they'd better relax a bit if Chcj want hi, vote to exempt them from the anH-tru.n laws Hillings, a member of the House committee which investigated bas«ball last whiter, labelled the "third major league" for the Pacific Coast I ? XCmi " bccil " sc "'" SO years they loop a "smoke screen." | nave done nothing to change the «•> snlcl he believes it was rte-1 s "" uct " re to bcncfll the entire na- signed to relieve pressure on the' titm- " extend • • • ' not come before our committee with clean hands" whm they pleaded for xemption because «j n so years they big league heavily popti- *s Los Angeles two majors to franchises to other luted areas, such and San Francisco. The Coast League's "open classification," eliminating them from the option clause, was only a mild JJCP toward making the Coast a • imrd major — an event Hillings .s.iid he cannot see even in the distant future. No Report Filed The .House committee has not filed Its report to Congress and the Californian said he COM not think it will be filed until -the air is cleared" after the political conventions in July. The report will deal with bills providing for baseball to be exempt from [he Sherman Anti-Trust Act Hillings said he believes that the baseball structure as now operated is a monopoly. He emphasized that he does not want to harm the game, but feels that the majors' territorial claims should be revised He said the baseball brass ''did TB Drug Test Is Set SINGAPORE W,-Singapo,o's hi- bcrculosls-rirtden population ready. il18 , "If"., lm tci(s of the '"est anti-TB drug. Nydrazid. has been cautioned against being too enthus- la.-tic. Sample.s of the drug—claimed to have cured the worst of cases In the United States—are to be flown to Malaya for tests In June. Read Courier Ncwj Ciaislfled Acts NOTICF; Notice Is hereby piven that the understated has filed with the Department of AicnlioJic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to .'ell and dispense beer at retail on the premises tie- OT'ibrd ac: fjl'i Ksst Main. Blvthe- ville. Mi.-sif.sippi Countv. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, or pood moral character, that ho ha.s never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that, no license to sell beer by the undcrsiwed has been ro- vrked withm five years pa.= t; and that the inuicrsisned has never been ccnvicled of violating the laws of this stale, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be issuer! for operation heoinninz oil the 1st. day of July. 1D52. and tn expire on the 30!h day rf June. 1053. EHz.ibeth Kelly. Applicant Sub.~?ribrd and .-worn to before me this 1C day o! A»r:l. 1932. El z.Uicth Mason, Notary Public My Conlmi^'-iuu expires: 4-20-51 Konnetl, Mo.. »-on (he meet with |loims ' p °l' Iar nll " f . Mo., (in- i, Leachville, PiBRott, Biythp. ville, Matianna. O.sreola and Wilson finishing In that order. The best the Chicks coulrt do was two second nlace«, one fourth and one fifth. Billy Phillips. ,),<, Tribe's sophomore distance runner placed second In Ihe 8110-yard run and Monlroe Holland finished second In the discus and fourth in the shot put. The Chicks' mile relay team placed fifth. Nelson of l.earhvlllc copped three first places, lit, carried off top honors in the shot put with a heave 47 feet; won the discus with n heave of 140 feet, 5 Inches which wns a new meet record and his broad .iinnn of 1 feel, four and one- ..... record" 1 ' 1 '' 5 * M alS ° " ' 1M ' " WA "KADIXO TOR AX Ol"l'-Chteano White Sox t ,cft Fielde, Miuny ' Ov-,,1, I'hre, Mm "''"' SlidCS " riUl '"'" """""""IB «o steal second base Tursday in Littlefield B ave Leachville a few *""""""* " l c »"™^* I'"'* in Chicago. However. Ray noone. cleve- more points when he tied for fourth I Indians shortstop, puts the ball on him in time for the out alter the ( Mo,l^' e ""I 11 .."!" 1 B '-.™" of ' ilkmB 8 "°" lhrow ' mm Cl «"«''' Jim Hc 8 an. Cleveland won 3 lo •> the Lions .squad finished fifth in IAP Wirepholo) " the 100-yard dash. Osceola copped one third nlace and one fourth place. The gemi- noles' relay team finished third In the 440-yard relay and Harvey Lee Hill was fourth tn the broad jump. Wilson grabbed three fifth places to account for its points. Grant was fifth in the low hurdles. Robinson fifth in the hfeh hurdles and fifth In the broad Jump . Warm, sunny spring weather aided ihe young athletes in the meet which annually is one of the largest track affairs in the state. This meet was the final competition for all teams until the District Three niee.ts which wi held here April 25. Lookouts Win Again 18-5; Chicks Triumph Robinson Kayoes Graziano In Third; Ready for Maxim H.v JKIIKV MSKA CHICAGO 1,1',-MHlrtl.weiKht Champion Sugar Ray RohfiKon 33 but Mil » ring killer will, n quick and |«r a ly/in B punch, i K ready for a .shot at his third world title after a ililrrt-round knockout of challenger Rocky Ora/inno. Robinson's execution last night pounds. = showdown with Champion Joey Maxim for ihe llBhl-hcnvy crown. Sugar Ray confessed he went "head-huntiir early" to uulveme Graziano in a brief but blistering bout which paid $82.208 to Roliin- son and SB8,507 10 Cirnniano. Robinson weighed 157?i. "Ah figured thnt against a fiK'liler like Rocky, you got to hurt Will Quick lo keep him from getting cocky," said Robinson. "You tov with a sliiKucr like him and later when you t-loul him. he thinks it's accidental. So 1 sailed into him on every opi;junf;," II i ticslrous »' >°»™* nob Flt7.sim-» , ,,,ons and Henry Armsh'ong a3 triple ring champions '.nampions. eajjcr 7 Like Ike' Is Victor in 'Gallop Poll' Faithful Birmingham fan-s-and (here have been precious lew the. pnst two nijjhts-aie wondering who let that wild bunch from east Ten nc.ssee into their peaceful city. The Chattanooga Lookouts have* __ riddled Baron pitchers for 32 runr be i and 15 nils in the two panics Last night they jolted five throwers fry 25 safeties and an 18-5 walkawav. , , Worth ?o safeties and an 18-5 walkaway. 1 Mobile bowed to Memphis 10-n /_ / _ __J * • tor the Bears' first lass. Atlanta / 5 L.GQQinO f/1 finally found the victory column ! _ *""*^ "I ' T ~. v _. _ I _ ' CAQ5 LGOO «» with a rousing 13-6 triumph'ove, Nashvile and New Orleans handed ! the Little Rock Travelers their first reverse 5-4. Simpson Homers was strutted The h,«er fracas was notab.e League' Lav" ft", "V^Jh""? LAUREL. Mel. M>i—T Like Ike will Principally because Hal Simpson. I league and PI Worth h T be running on the Inside rail in the i tlic Traveler;,' muscular out fielder.! Pitchers. ' ' ° presidential sweepstakes at Laurel' SCC " IS determined to iiit a home today but it's anybody's guess who'll: ni " ln every game. The big fellow- win the quarter-mile sprint. j I'oked his third last nlslu In Little Post positions for the sweepstakes j Rock's third outing of the year. In which horses will run lor Ihe i Firsl nbseman Harvey Zcrnia also candidates were determined In a I homered for the defending chain "primary" or "pallop poll" conducted this past week. The public couki vote for their favorite by making a contribution to the Cerebral Palsy pions. New Orleans' riphtl man Morton hurled Noi (i-biiter to ....... -er n record his second victory, although sh " ui "lf ou! Dnllas he ncedr-tl > Ihree nights Cat hurlers have given up only 11 nils. Last nisfhf Joe Landnnn was the niauonlbe mound and he allowed Oklahoma City just Ihree binsrlcs iow^^iter-bnames '£,£ *** ".I"!** * ™«*££™ Gen. McArtlnir. his own request just before the votes were counted, was replaced by Gov. McKeldin of Afaryland. also a Republican, and expected |o be the slate's favorite son candidate at the GOP national convention. Despite his late entry. McKeldin pnlled 136 votes for position No 1 t Like Tke polled 1.541 vote.s for the inside position. Next to him will be Tnft. 1,436: Truman's Choice 910' Kefauver. 816: Dark Horse, 618- Russell, 211: and McKeldin. Stnssen. 107. \vll] be in the No 8 oomnc spot with Kerr. 72. No. 9 and War- Short. some Insl-innlnR help Houston traveled 13 innings hm •111 Pll-lllr T, ., _ ' ,,ir.l.. ;,. .. . , ••"nl!l,.> I.1SL late scratch nt ' from i're.sinu EIWlls. It was a i''"Kill ir was n miscalculation that dropped the curtains wild-swiiiBlnfr Grazlano. "Sec, t bounced on the ropes In the middle of the third round nnd clouted Robinson Rood with a right and down he noes." said Ornzlano his arousing room. Robinson went down for no-count midway in the third round. 'So n little lale,,.he drives me lo the ropes with n lefl lo the body and I fi K ur c to bounce off Rain and give it to him uootl But wham, he blasts (hat ri B ht nnd U catches mo right on Die lintum and the fight is over." Wants Maxim Simur Ray. who still considers himself the wellerweichl kiiiR fhe aulomntlcally vacated that crown when he beat Jake La Molta for the 160-pound lidel as well ns the middleweight champion, reportedly will skip a scheduled inidrilewelRht title defense May 10 at New York against Paddy YounR to lake on Maxim. Robinson's intense pride nnd the prospects of another lust, Bate possibly comparing with lasl niuhl'a net of sl.94,028, gave solid support to Ihe report of a June clash with Maxim. Robinson declared himself nol Interested In lacklinj! Maxim at n.= Wrestlers Vie For Olympics Tryouts Start Today At Ames, lo.; Strong Field Is Entered AMES, in. Wj—About 180 o( ths nation's top amateur wrestlers be- etn competition here today In tho tryouts to pick the eight men who will comprise the 1952 Olymplo team. And In Ihe words of Coach Ray Schwartz, who knows what the field looks like, it will be the "most pon-- erlu!" team (he United States haa ever entered In the Interatlonal events. Schwartz, who wrestled At Oklahoma A. .t M. before becoming coach at the United states Naval Academy, will direct Ihe American anmteurs at Helsinki this summer Four mats will be kept In action during each of two daily trynut sessions until the finals Saturday nlitht. " There Is a heavy service flavor to Ihls year's contenders, since mora than a fourth ot (hem represent some branch of the armed service* but the field also Includes an unusual number of high school hone- fills. The only returning champion of the 1!)1!1 Olympics Is Henry Wittenberg, an, New York City police .s-rueanl who wrestles at Ifll pounds Wittenberg, undefeated In his last 350 matches, came out of retire] menl recently and won his eighth National AAU Championship. NCAA Commissioners Open Important Four-Day Meeting . ? noc t , ng Shreveport the youngster. ...... .,,..„„„ 0 ,,. 1 ,, s . ,[, K- as aii"Kiu m knocking Shrr-vnr, heart-breaking loss for Ernie Funk, I of a tie to, Ihe lead with P, Worih former American Legion slar, mak-j Rookie Pitcher Mel "-inne" u ZV i me his hometown ricbui in proles-'i,, ,..,„ ..,„ . , P|1L un)> ' cd sional ball. Little Rock errors hurt ecision TV " 1Ir>lislon a 1-0 tLusmi A bases loaded homer bv nnis y ,lu f' ' l '''° ba " Rtf '" "™ Houston offense. ' Cal " rcd the Tulsa skunked Dallas C-0 behind the 1-Iu, twirli,,,: of George Mc- Phnil. The Oilers pounded 10 hits. for'^ll" 10 """' St '' al S l11 ShUtOUt ARKADELPI11A. Ark. Southern State, paced by Beaumont bcnl San Antonio 5-4 ren. 54. on the outside. 7Vo others. Gov. ArtIM Stevenson of Illinois and Vice President Albin Barkley. were not entered but received srffe-ln votes of 06 and 36 respectively. scorotl 73 and Iwo-lhlrds! in I0 inmnsjs. John Orny wns the here yesterday tn win a „ track meet with Hcmici son and' Ouacliiia. ! Henderson was second v.ith 44 , and onc-lhird. anrt Ouachiia trail-i ed with 31 pnuus. f Short was Dip best Individual' performer, scoring 15 and one third points. Va ''IV—The No-| due note of Bu.shnell's remarks, tie. Commissioners opened a four-day • talk uii 'the^ACE'nronnsak* x°* °l annual meeting iiere today In an!c j didn't care to predict what might hero of the Roughneck win. He pitched 3-hit ball for nine Innings) thfii m the tenth siiiRictl in Charley Bell with the winning tally. I mi- ..Hoiltlica.stiTii; E. L. Romney. Moun- mmnemhuions ,,,ay become ihe ' ^Mc'^'' V ' Ct ° r °'^ hmUlt - mis.sioner. Indicated the ACE principal topic of conversation. And one of the rally am who declined use of his name, took.' Big' sJvc'n. Coast: Howard Grubbs, .Sdutbwe.^tern: Kenneth L. Wilson, "' and Reaves E. Peters, feipinn parly mouthpiece. I.ibera-1 lion Daily, says such enterprises must t-n because they are susccpti- bln to "burceols erosion. 1 ' ofsilkenWILKEN... w^^S^ Reds Ban 'Sideline' Enterprises in China HONG KONG t/Pj— Tile Chinese Communists are out to liquidate 'a i Reari Courier N»«'s Classified Ads sort of free enterprise system that! CTCW up inside the party organization during tile civil war. Many communist political anrt military tmit.s. .stationed far afield, developed farms, factories and even heavy industrial centers. -Surpluses sver sold at a profit, mually exclusively for the Communist big shots who ran them. N'ow the Peiptne r^eime has toltl them lo turn the businesses overj (o Ihe central government. 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