The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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tVMDAT, AUGUST 19, 1952 i/p! (ARK.) COURIER Giants Dealt Another Blow-Durocher Suspended, Fined Firey Manager Benched For Run-in with Umpire PAGE riVTI AMERICAN LKAttUE K York Cleveland Boston Washington ChtoaRO Philadelphia, St. Louis Detroit W . .10 .61 I, 48 •tn 52 fi] SB fid 58 57 .SB 50 69 39 17 Pel. GB 593 ., . .578 3 .S40 fi'i .521 8',i .SOS 10 .804 lf|i/ 3 .420 anife .336 30 NATIONAL Brooklyn New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati PiU.sbureh l.EAOUE W L Pet. 37 .KM .73 By .IOK RHJOIII.KK At" Sjiorls Wrllrr Time keeps running out and trouble keeps piling up on (.he harried, injury-riddled and under-manned New York Giants. Trailing tlip runaway Brooklyn* '. nndfrcrK hy a fat T,-t>amc matnin. (be defending National teaeue champions no sooner arrived in Clii- enqo Monday for their final West - orn swine of tlie vear when they were handed another severe Jolt.. A telecram frntii i^aci]p President Wnrren Giles advisr-rt L,ro Huroch- | er that he had been suspended tor five days for his nin-tn with inn[ nire Ausie Drmatolli last Sunday North MidgeSs 'Beat Jonesboro ..•I!) ..35 .578 .535 14 .500 IS .434 25' .422 27 .202 43 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Chattanooga Atlanta New Orleahi Memphis Mobile Nashvillo Little Rock Birmingham VV 72 72 68 67 64 62 61 56 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS American league New York 4 Boston 2 (Only game scheduled. 1 N.iHnnal l.pagtl* Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 3 Only gamg scheduled.) Southern League riM 9 Chattanooga 3 Va.shvllle 1 Birmingham 0 Mobile 6 Little Rnrk 1 Orleans 7 Memphis 4 TODAY'S GAMF.S National League TROPHT DAY—Yesterday Teas a big rtay lor boys In the Y'» Junior baseball programs. It TVHI all-star and trophy day. Baseballs a\ito- fraphed by members of the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox weri awarded to Sonny Garner (second from right) a.s the Legion Junior team's leading hitter at .443 and to Freddie Rouiisnvall (second from left) a« the Junior High League's leading slugger n,t .4151. Looklnf on ara Bob Childre.5s (extreme right) and Kenneth Stanley, runners-up. In the lower photo are some of the boys who look part in th* Junior High League's all-star game yesterday afternoon. Front row (lelt to right)—John Nelson. Freddie White. Billy Hayne.s. Mirkcy Shelton, Billy Doss, Jim Burke, Jerry Webb. Second row—Donald Well.s, Jofl Bratcher, Tommy Conley, Dick Foster, Jimmy Hoibrook, virlin Simpw)n, Wayne Honeycutt. Third row—Billy Vlckcry, Freddie Akers, Robert White, Bobby Jones, Fred Hodges, Kenneth Stanley, Freddie Rounsavall and Jimmy Bratcher. (Courier News I'hnios) All-Stars Beat Y Loop Champs Two Runs In Eleventh Inning Bring 6-4 Victory for Juniors * 71,^ j A 5103 fine B!PO was plu.siered on : 1 the fitcnny mnnaser of the Giants. '• The suspension beefns Tuesday and sis through Ann. ?3. Durocher, reoocnlzed as one of (he best nifinac,n-s in baseball. crn- erally was credited with dohiE a maenifitMenl Job smson in leading trie Giants to (heir first fine in Pr.t '* yenrs. For brineinp the team up .f>58 f''OTTi a !3 1 ^-came deficit as )^1n as .545 'AUE. 11, he rarned t.hp Manacer-of- .519 the-Year Award in the AssocisUcd ill Press pot!. ,496 Pnlnfr Retler .481 There were ninny who believed ,4Rfi Durocher was dninp an oven betier .424 J°b of mnnaiTinc this year In krep- Inp the Giants in second place despite such crippling blows as Uie ankle fracture suffered by Monte Irvln. HIP low nf Willie Mays tn the service, the bark nUnjent of fial Mflelle Rnrl HIP slumping ot Bobby Thnmson r>f 395J playoff fame. The Yanke.ns took ndvantnc? of Cleveland's Idleness Monday pirk- inp up a hfilf prime by defeating the Philadelphia R(. P I t t s h n r ? h night) RoberU (19*6) vs Neccial 0-U. Boston al S*,. Louis (nlghtl bur- dene <fi-ft) v.s Staley M3-UH New York at Chicago '2' Cor- In (2-0) and Lanier CR-ID* or MagHe (12-5) vs Klippstein (7-01 and Hacker (10-M. Brooklyn at Cincinnati H- twl- riight) Roe (8-1) and Rutherford (4-3) vs Church "<s-fii and Weh-j meier (5-3) or Podbielan (0-2). triumph against, three losses. Di/7.y ; Trout was the loser, the victim of • t.wo-run outburst in the first and third Inning*, i In the day's only other nrtlon. trie Cubs ramp from behind with a three-run ninih Intiinc rally to nip ! the Pit.termreh Pirates. 4-3, M^sm- j ger Phil Cnvaretta, propelled t,he j blow, a pinch hit homnr Blytheville's South Team Plays Tonight In Manila Tourney MANILA--ntylhrt'lLlr's Mnrrh^jrl- j frs. wlih Hilly Wyntt Mrikinc o-,l ' 13, edcrri by a lonm of .Innrslmrf} '• all-star5 S-4 in n in-inninp thrillrr; in tho first rnnnri of Manila's in- i vital innnl ton run men t tor Li tile Lrapup teams here last nicht. Wyntt. who «-ptit the hill Kl hi- nin<;s for the Blythevilte ton in. wa^ the master all the way. He cavp im eichl hits, one less lhar hi? trnrn mates Rot off Jonesboro hurlor Patterson, walked none and whiffed 13 bat (ers. •John RPX Mrllnffry. of DIP Ki- • wniiis Club tram, supplied Mir win-i nlns run tn the top of the tilth: whrn he slnoled. went to third mi • a wild throw to second and scored ; when cafchcr dropped the linLlj after he wns taprged out at thr Billy Peterson of 1h*» Roliiry CLnh. • tied the srnre at. four-nil when he i sincled in the sixth and scored on; an error. The Blythevillr-jniiesboro was the only tournament pa me played la.^l. nlpht Oscenla was scheriutpd tn play Scnalh. Mo,, in Ihe first same but Osrpoln was awarded n forfeit when Senath failed to show up on time. Two more c ames a re. si a ted for lonicht- with Blytheville South Sid^ GETTING IIKADV- Orach RK.SS Mmlcy Or-lo \TMrrdny becan issuing rniiipnir?iu lo his \9f>2 Chick football cniuUriatcs nnd one of tho first to draw n prarMco unifnnn w:i^ MotHroe Holland, the Trihe'3 KinnL rnri. Holland, 3 .Tninr, l.i shov.'n impeding a pnir of stionlder jind.i h(i]idpft him by Co:n:h Muslcy. Tim Cliicks will bfRin football drills ni Hairy Firlci nt (1 n in. tomorrow. (C'lmripr Nnws rhuto) Upsets Highlight Play In National Amateur SEATl'bK OTV—The Men's National Amateur Golf Championship, | the ranks Gripped nf its list two clinmiiJcms, swung into l,he second round of match play Tuesday with the rcmnining chaJlengerG crowding into Ihe spotlight, Relied lo the sidelines in Uie drty's] a ro-,v that year. two most Martling up=rts werr thoj Today, in contrast to Monday's defnndmc phamplcm. Billy Msixwnll \ nrcanlzcd confusion, 64 maLchej from Tex., ami thrc ID^O I \vc-re on the schrdul*. kinppin of the nut inn's nmatnirj;, I man nn hase lo hand Mur- ! ' cam pl".ylnp Cardwell. Mo., at 6:in with ry Srhultz. in relief, was credited with his third win against one loss. nickson his 17th defeat. Bob I n - m - ancl Manlln plnyinn Arbyrd. 1 Mo. By vlr(iic of thrlr win. the Norl.h- siders mo\'ed into t,hp second round whr-re they will meet Osccoln 6MD Thursday night.. Blythevile American I.engplft Chicago at New York (nlghll Rogovin (10-91 v,« Schmitz (l-H). St. IjOllis at Washington (night) Pillelte, (B-101 vs Marrero (<)-5). Detroit nt Philadelphia (3- Iwi- nlRht) Trucks <t-14> and Houttc- man (6-lfii vs Bishop (0-0) and Byrd (10-10) Cle\ r elanri at Boston Wyrm (16-9) Brodowskl (6-4). Mountain Home Man Will Head Fish Commission' Sam Urzelt.a of Rochester, N. V Dusk wn? scltlinc over the Seattle Country Chin's prprn acres xs'hen thp fnmillar "\jnkno\vn," Ira D, fine hittinc. CFilm yoiinc tllfipOJ5CCl Killett Terry 2b J McHaffey .«' i'Borne, 1 ; c I Fowler Ib LITTLE HOCK I>P> -HilRh Hack-] Pr j VP t(. ih ler of Mountain Home Is the new I jj^^p ^ chairman of the Arkansas Game i ppterson If nnd Fish Cotnmlsslon, succeedinp H. j unlbrooks rf vs Southern League Nashville at Atlanta Birmingham at Chattanooga Little Rock at Mobile Memphis at New Orleans Pait/in of Carmlon. Armil Taylor I of Clarksville was named vice r.halr- I man by the commission yesterday, The commission also awarded a r,on(.rnct for stabilization of H 10- mile strip of Cow Bayou near Martanna to the St. Francis Materials Co. of Forrest City. Thp tT. S. Navy had a base In the Avires during World War 1. Henning Get Verdict In Wrestle Bout Dirty Sox Get 12-1 Win 'Over Juveniles in CSL The Courier News Dirty Sox ntles' ]0th of the season •cored 10 big runs In the fourth, eight wins. Inning yesterday afternoon to hand thfl Planters Hardware Juveniles a 12-1 defeat In H nnmmcrcial Snlt- ball League Rame at Maloney Park. Trie Courier sent 13 men to the plate In Us bin fourth. The Sox scored their 10 nms on just six hits but tuo walks, a hit batter and a Juvenile error helped the rally nlonc. The 10-run fourth broke Ihciwmel s ,, ay Hayamnka. Ihp Jnpanpv »•«»• open. Until tnen it wn- a ,,„,„ ho!(| „„„ „„,, h(s , 0 tlahl pitchlnsr duel hflwwn Billy: SnrknJT Mr noiulrt. plavrrt a hit too Baker nt the Sox and Marvin Ro«j rollch ' in , hl , {i , 3 n;a!rh f „,,„.„ 0 , of the .Hivcnlles. i , hc t , C i, io ,,- s m-rrtlina at The •"ivenilR" *<™"l their lone Mr - morla , Audiloriimi last nicht n,irt tally In the fifth ,nnin c . ! ,„„ ,,,„ bnu , bv riivi , Ia | i ; j( .., t j 0ni j Rf-fcrpc 1 Vii :ri] Hat;'ic-lrf strppprl In The All-Stars pushed across tw runs In thp top naif of the llth inning y:>s<erdny afternoon to edge out the Junior High Baseball I^a- frue's champion Division Street (earn fi--; in the league's all-star game at Little Park. The game was sent into extra Innings when the All-Stars rame from behind to tie the score at three-all with a single run In the seventh Inning. The eame was a see-saw a/falr ' • ^- r *^ e AMOclated from the very start. The All-Stars] A sparkling two-hit pitching performance bv hir,ky Pete NicolU ainstlcrabberi an early one-run lead when I has put Mobile's lading Bears Back in the Southern Association win Irad-off man Fred Hodees pounded,' a home nm to deep fcft field to Mobile Bounces Back On Nicolis' 2-Hitter Wyatl p Totals Jonrshnro Harris 3b SheHon If Pat.ter.ion S3 Wriehl. r. Uimb 2n Pay ton rf Ib n r.f Palter.snn p Tof a Is column. Nlrolis the eamp. Nlrolis fanned ?ix batlcra In j on Ranee Pie-*' single In the sixth But Division Street came risfht do\vninK Ihe rejuvenated Little I II took three pitchers to do II.. but Iwck tn tie the score in thp second '• R " ck Tr avs - 6 " !| 1a3t ni ?ht for his New Orleans resained undisputed and went ahead with another lally! Iflt h victory. i posspssion of third plare by dump- in the Ihird. The All-Stars lied the: The lefthander Issued eisht.; ins Memphis. 7-4. score witb a run in the fifth. i walks, hmvcver, and one of Tnosn fn Ihe sixth. Division Slreet went ficureri in the scorine of the lone ahead azain but the All-Stars tied i rim which spoiled his bid for a shutout. Atlanta nano\ved the Bap to Game and a half between the Crack- it Up with a run in (he seventh. HTiincs neri! alons scoreless un- a run and then rame the bic llth | er's''and''i'rai:'iie-'leariin'i!''cn'atlanoo;a when the All-Stars 1 two runs broke j by whipping the lookouts. 9-^ <\ up the eamp. ; , 2 . nj , „„„,„, son , Lookr> , lt acp A | Freodie Akrrs, Nlanager Danny Mnrtaucli ; Frank "Hionias homered for N'piv Orleans. It was Thomas' 19th ot the season. 4 1 .5 5 i 3 I 4 •1 4 4 30 An 5 S 5 5 S 5 Oniber, man from Pnltstown, Pa of Maxwell on the 21st hole. Earlier In the day, Urxetta. who^e 3!)-hnle victory over I-Yank Slrnna- hnn at Minneapolis in !!)50 wns the Inucrst overtime mnlrh In the tnur- n n 0 ^ ^ ...... 21 nnment's history, fell herore Marion i ''"''"' .1 <Snnny> Hlskey, 31-yer.r-oM jilayci-' " 1( 'n- ! "!nr.' 0 from Twin Falls, ftlaho. Blytheville Team Loses. To Armorel Armorel Hich School's baseball led a team of Blytheville •^-4 in n tramp ptaved at Number Nine yesterday afternoon. Armmcl «on Ihe name with a run Oiuher, n mere la year.- ol ane '" thl> last Iln1f ° r ttl(; seventh and a sophomnre at Duke sank an' 1 "" 1 " 5 """' lllt>i ' ll! "' UcA ll "P cluht foot, pull, for a birdie three on i w " h I1lrrl ' n "« '" «"• s1xt h Inning, the 21sl to win. Maxwell hail missed i "^''"eville look an early L : _ j, , , - , . , ! u'ltli frmr rmie hi 1 Vi» MiirH JnnLnZ irdie old n mere la year. 1 ; ol *' ltl1 f ' >ur r "" s '" ltle . llhis putt from 15 feet out, 9J Hiskpy. a member of Norlli Texas! ' IorrJ ' Dynr "' ns (hc winning H Slate, colleire's national cnHcrwl" : pl ' rhn ' nml Lm " Prtvcu tlie lo! "team rruimpions this year, and Id^ho and Utah rhnmplnn .ended Ur- Tf.tia'K hope.s within rhiji shot, clnjjd tn the pin for a birdie four on the IBth crncn. MnxwclVs defeat carried on n |in>: like string for the chnnipion^ dntinn hark to lf»35. No rhnmpion has rr- lained his Ml> sinre Cnlfrornn's Br^al T.awp Sicilian and Ross, with two hit* each, led Blvlhevllle's hlttinz aU tank and Cochrart, with a perfect •niir-for-fimr afternoon, let! Armorel. In Lou Isin n p. the anniversary of thf 1 BaMlf nT Nrw Orleans, January •n T.iM.lfi mnric it, tv,n in S. is n IrcnT hnltdflv. A Studebaker trac week after Trie Sox collected nine hit? off Sn^?. includint: tvn e^nh by Floyd Ollison. Will in ms, and Dick Roark. eacn by nnyflj allrt stopped the bout after \Vnody Harny j U1P5 nr ,,,„ , wollrt rn ,| h ,, rt - min •A-ho replaced slarl,- o] Thorns Griffin in thp fourth inn- ine, \va5 crcrtUrd with thr virtnry. Bnhbv -innep. Divisinn Strcei 1 istart- and a'.vnrricd thr drris by rr, was the loser. Brskrr wiin Hal. The v.rloiv \vc (CSFOM for ihr ;?vpn l^^^r.^ The Prlvrlt and Hal- i e r'nr li'h nf tl^' to-*- '.VP? th? Juvc- Harrison High Grid Team to Start Drills ! p r,!?fd tliaf nnla rrfrj.^d •firs r^ffrr " r ; from h'm j Thp rjj"(in,ilif j and Hrnnin?: th- !"np nnka and Mr- r> Mifir illrtr-*] rd ^.irninc^ fall ^iroi- ' hao n I a Middiecoff Wins Kansas City Open KANRAK OITV OlV-Cary Middle- ro;f. the Memphis rienlisl, followed :he plavnff route to Ihe fl-i.nnft Kansas City Open coif tille for the ace Sima to the shnwers in his bid (or his 21st victory. Rain cut the Bhrmneham-Nash- ville crame to eisht. innings, but the Vols already had the one run (bey Tram needed to win, 1-0. Tom Neill scored •. : Dirty Sox s«-ot,rt ronsecutive lime yeslerriay. : MOWV chan "^ He shol a R-under-par P6--the best round of the lornnamrnl — to beat .Tark Burke Jr. of Houston. Trx,, by six strlke.s. Thr T.«,-. wotind up ^h" reeulation 72 holes Sunday with 2Ti totals. City Softball Stand hi It's designed right for gas's built right for low upkeep i Toarh Ira T. T.on? of H->rri^on !i-h School announced this morn- : ine t^at hr for foot OR H with the Dr tl- von eh ihrs toniorro'.v ^ft iinn«: r fir« e hip Eir^l rail 1 ntrs tomorrrt-A • hrdnlrrl to <-o prrvriuc pa:-p 1 n tb P t vv n pr r 1 i m un r " h m 1 1 r Pur>i^ hf^t MrDomln in U onmitu; 'vifh a .lini I ondnc tor hoM and H-v.Tni^kT was rii^rinnlifiod ^f'^r • nir.o niiiinfrs for roiiEhinc ;ip Hrn nine. An "amnhibjnn.!:" rr.inint: pl^rii oun'r^ on tnrzw ip brri? h'liH *o ir.n n now drpn=ii nf sulphur in. v,->mnv R?.v Stp, Elaine on t!ip ulf of Mfxlro. mnif tnninrrn;v nmrninr stnrt prnrhre tomorrnw pi ^c thp Sr'"ool Til* 1 mrn h^ T ~.-f vrr thf> br Rnh'.nsori Gra^p pniri ,-*\f six Irftrr- in they rf The IDr.ianns ar*> ^Intrd tn nprn ll'.rir ?rfl:^n a-rain.*! Wynne hero S€;>t. 26j Coach Young said. J FOR SALE ("nnrrrlr i nlvrrls 12 lnr>i In $8 Inrh, pi.iin nr rrrnf<irrrrl. Afvi C'anrrrtr niiiltlinz Ulnrks rlirap- ir Ihin himtirr for harn^ chirk- on hflitsr*. pump hoiiTt. Irnant hnii.-sr*. tor>l shcdi, \\> drli\tr Call w«i fnr free rstimalc., OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. I'hone Ml REGSSTRATION BLANK Fishing Rodeo Walker Park Aug. 23 and Aug. 27 I, (he umlcisiirtu'd. 'lo hcrcliy apply for n-f?if=lra- (ion in Ibe Blyllieville Pishine Rodcn al Walker Park. I rorlif> I nm not olilci than 15 years nf aee anrl tlinl I will rnmply wi!h all rules and rcKulalioris of the rotlc!) lo the fullest cxlent. Arze 'Address .......! nr l.ikf rcitislr.itlon hbnk lo Pnlltr Donnrtmcnl In Cit.v lt.ill) CTUDEOAKER trucks ore really rolling this year. *"^ You see more anrf more of them every day in every traffic stream. Sturfebaker trucks are rofiing vmoolhly—rolling economicatly — rolliny up new records lor on-the- job reliability. Hundreds of thousands of Sludebaker trucks ors cutting tpsK conslttntly for rheir delighted owners. Slop in and airanc.0 to get n Sludcbakcr truck of your own. There's a wide range of choice — stream" linod '/s ion, 3 /4 ton, 1 ion pick-ups ond ilakQi — 1/3 ond 2 ion models. CHAMBL1N SALES COMPANY PROOF ! ROTTLED IN BOND R a j| roa d & Ash Streets t YEUOWSTONE INC- LOUlSViLLt, KY. , _ W. D. "Bill" Chamblin; Owner Phone 6838

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