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PAWE SIT (AKK.) cntrem* FRTTDAT, AUGUST 22, 1351 Buzick Wins Country Club Title—Yanks, Indians Open Crucial Series Today . . —. , „ M » Jf X. ' * # + _______ . «. —.,, _ __ . _. Monette Golfer Beats E. B. Gee Hew Champ Shoots 9-Und«r Par Score, Wins on 31sr Hole Johnny Buzick Is the now Btytherille Country Club golf *hnmpion. The Wg Monette stintmnker won the title yesterd»y by closing out E. B. Gefl, Jr., 6 nnd a on The 31st hole ot their scheduled 36-hole rham- pfc>nE4.ip maich on the Oomury Club course. Buzick, one of the state 1 * most steady amateurs, blared the sun- parched course with a brilliant 8- under par 113 tor the 31 holt's that proved too much for Oc-c. a University of Arkansas sUiticnt and fonn- -?r Arkansas htijh school champion. The two teed off at 9 n.m. yesterday, shooting 18 holes yestoniny morning nnd finishing up yesterday afternoon. Ea eh playcd n brllliant Rartv, practically inking the pur 12 course apart. They finished the first 18 In a dead heat at G8G8. But Buzick started pulling away on t h e 22nd hole with a par to a Ixigfe for Gee. That made Buzick one-up. Buzick gained two more si rokea with RM en^le on the par five 24ih hole while Gee had to settle for par. He gainod tv -1 -up lead which he held at the end of th€ third nine, when Gee bopSed No. 35. On the final nine. Gee started fading fast under the pressure of Buzick's blazing grime. Twenty-seven holes of pressure proved lo much os he pared only two of the final four holes while Buzick bird Led two and pared two iti that order. Bi./ick replaces Wilson's Bilt Joe Demon ns County Club champion. Deutou thts year could have claim• ed permanent possession of the large championship cup had he repeated but he wns knocked out by Gee In the semi-finals. A golfer must > win the chamuiotwhlp three times in order to get permanent pos^s- jiion of the cup. The score: Buzick Out . . . 444 Buzick In .... 44-1 Buzick Out ... 434 Buzick In .... 334 Gee Out .... 534 Gee In 444 Gee Out .... 434 Gee In 454 soirniuiN ASSOCIATION W L Pel 73 59 73 03 69 04 61 65 Chutuuiooya Atlanta New Oilcans Mobile Memphis Nashville ..title Rock Birmingham REGISTRATION BLANK Fishing Rodeo Walker Park Aug. 23 and Aug. 27 I, Hie undersigned, do hereby apply for registni- lion in the lilyllicville Fishing Kotico at Walker Park. I certify that I am not older than 15 years of aye ami I hilt I will comply with all rules and regulations of the roileo to the fullest extent. Name Age Address Race (Mai) or lake regislralcon hhuik (u Police Dcp.lrtmcnt in City Hull) Tribe Can Take Command With Sweep of Two Games ]!}• KAi.l'll RODEN A&soclalcd I'ress SliorU Writer A month njfo the Cleveland Indians were pronounced I dead as an American League pennant,' threat. winning the first game, 3-2, and thnj Browns the second, 8-1. 'I 344 254 333 3 354 244 435 4 424 - 33 534 — 35 534 — 32 — 13 424 — 34 633 — 34 634—36 — 11 CONGKATIH.ATIONS CHAM!' — Johnny Buzick (k'lt) of Mo- netto, accepts tile congratulations o[ E. L). Gee, Jr., after he closed out the young DlylhevilJe golfer G and 5 on the 'J!st hole of their scheduled 3fi-hole match for the Blyllievillc Country ck!') championship yesterday. Buzick blp.wd the Dlyihcvillo courae willi a nlne-under-par 113 for the 31 holej. [Courier News I'liolo) .406 I .489 .170 .430 TESTKRHAY'S KF.8UI.TS American I^eaxue Chicago 6 Nev.' York 1 Hoslnn 4 Cleveland 1 Washington 3-1 St. Louis 2-8 (t\i'i- llighU , (Only games -scheduled) Cards, Giants Open For Second Place Tons! By The Associated I'ress The flaming St. Louis CardiiiaLs, flushed with their sixth straight victory, laid in wait today for the New York. Giants with second place the National League at stake. - rhe Giants held a full game edge over Etldic Stanky's fighting club rolled National League Chicago 8-5 New York <MO St. Louis 3 Boston 2 (night) Brooklyn nt Pittsburgh postponed rain (Only games scheduled) Litf/e Rock V//ns Little League Crown LONOVIBW, Tex. M — Little J Rock. Ark,, won the Region 7 Lit- | tie Lengiie baseball charnpion.shlp tonight by defeating Houston, -i-0. J Righlhnnder Don Dugan limited Houston to three hits and strucK out H. tie did not walk a bailer. No Houston runner advanced beyond sfcourt base. Southpaw Paul Timmie, who Rtartert for Houston, and tits suc- cejEor, Lefthniuler Maury Howard. gave up only five hits. But one of them was a 3-run honu-r ih (he sixth by WIllLs Galloway, Ultle Rock center fielder. The win gave Little Rock a berth in the 8-tcain national Little league tournament in Will t mils- port. Pa,, beginning Tuesday. Little League players musL be no older than 12. Paps Book Eight-Game Slate; Open at Home Blytheville's PHIKXJECS, undefeated, untied and unscorcd on 1 season, will fn.ce a tough eight-game sc-httlule this fall, Coach Harold Stockton announced yesterday. •* Th<- Pflps, one of the strongest Junior high learns in the state last Picnic to Fete ""•" c cle ""'°"" Iive ' Midget Leaguers Winners of League's Awards to be Named Tomorrow Evening Southern League Nashville 3. AUnnln 2 Birmingham 14. Chattanooga 1 Mobile 13, Memphis 5 Little Rock at New Orleans. p|Hl- rain. When explorers readied the new world they found Indians riiltirnt- inz corn and worshiping H ns a sficrptl crop. Sox Defeat Bankers 13-5 in CSL Action The Courier News Dirty Sox closed out their Cuisniit.'ic i;0 Lra;;i;e Benson yesterday afternoon with a n-5 victiny o\t l r the Bank Money Changers at Mntotiey Park. tiieir tinines at home this year with three on the road. Htoektou said his team won US open its schedule at home Sept. : H nfrain.'it tiie KeUer Junior High ; triii n, \vhicii also was undefeated nnd untied last yea;- nnd had only two points scored on it, Stockton said his team, at present. is/ slated to end its season No\ T> <~unst WnUehaveii, Tenn.. but thvf fhtrc i 1 - a possibility that IIntiH's of Memphis will be added i to i he Paps' .schedule for n Nov. 1!1 u;nnt\ within the next fcv, \vecV:a. The Paps have but one open date on their schedule. That is Sept, 18. the M'rrmd week of their .^rnfion. Ki'ifin nrllls Wcdnc-sttay FciHowin^ the Ki']5or gntnp the P:UK will remain at home for games with Marked Tree and Cnruthers- villv. Mo. Then they travel to Para- i;oi:kl and return homo the follovcint: wt-pk tor a pa me with Newport- Tht-ir other t\\o road games nre • with Jiirkson, Tcnn.. nnd Osccola. I The t';ips opened their pre-scnson i pnu:tiri-f \Vedtu\sday with 33 candi- Mr. Cure said tlie awards have | ,Ui(cs si-ckins berths oil the scmntl. been ordered but have not nrriyrtl | i[ OW pvrr. Couch Stockton iaui he rxii-.-f -ircl Ills sqnari to prow considerably iittcr school opeiis. This Is Coach Slockton'5 5ccond ;tt tlic Pajvs* helm. TODAY'S GAMES National League Brooklyn at Pittsburg (2 - twi- night Lablne (7-3) and Landrum (1-1) or Wade (11-7) vs Dickson (11-17) and Pellet <6-l2) New York nt Si. Lovus Usmler fB-10) or Koslo (8- 6) vs Miller (2-0) Philadelphia at Cincinnati Sim mons U0-7t vs Hitler (5-7) Boston at Chicato Surkont CO-ID] vs Kelly (3-3) American League Clcvelnnd nt New York Garcia (15-m vs Reynolds (15-7^ Cliicnfio at Boston Dobson (11-9 vs Delock M-4) Detroit at Washington Gray (10 J13i vs Portcrficlrl UO-11) t St. Louis at Philadelphia (2-twl ! night) Benrden (7-2) and Sluar 3i vs Shantz, i2l-4) and Bisho] Players in Blythevilte's Midi^nt | Baseball League will be, feted Tomorrow evening by team Kpon.sors at a picnic at Wniker Pai-k. The picnic, to be given by the six organizations that, sponsored teams In the Inapiic, is sohixliilrd tor 5:30 p m. and Ed Cure, chairman of the conmiittoe in cliai'RC of arratigements for the nffali 1 , f.aid that nil players, roaches and nian- nfiCTR are invited to attend the picnic. At the picnic, winners of the league's sportsmanship and batting awards will be announced. and will be presented to the winners nt a later dato. Snulhcrn League Nashville at Atlanta Birmingham at Chattanooga Memphis nt N\obiie Lit tie Rock at New Orleans Petty Beaten In National Handicap Bid torth Midgets ose at Manila Osceola and South Blytheville Play In Tourney Finals MANILA — Blythevilfe's South •am and Osceola are scheduled to lash here tonight in the finals of -lamia's invitational Little League aseliall tournament. Tlie game is ct for 8 p.m. Osceola moved into the finals last light with a decisve 11-3 triumph ver Blytheville's North team In a enil-final game. The Osceolans iisert the bunt as heir bEg offensive weapon. They aid down perfect bunts time after ime and beat them out to keep Blytheville's defense off balance. And the pitching of Ltndsey, a )Snt-sized lad who scarcely reached .he shoulders of most Blythevil players, also was a big factor in the victory. Linrfsey. in spite of his size, was i command all the way. He hit :rouble in only one inning, the fifth, when Blytheville scored three of its runs. Lindsey struck out eight Blytheville batters mixing his fast ciirve balls well to keep the opposing batters guessing. He walked only three. James Privett. who started for TJlj'thev.lle, was the losing pitcher. He was relieved in the third by Hill Wyatt. \Vyatt homered Tor the Blythevttle team in the third. Box score: Osceola. Lhutsey p Mann c Shu make 3h Weldon ss J. Weldon H Dye cf Morse 2b Bobbins Ib Cummings rf Totals as they rolled into St. Louis for tonight's crucial game and the beginning of a series which well may determine who chases the Brooklyn Dodgers the rest of the way. The Cardinals edged Boston, 3-2, for tiieir sixth straight of their present home stand. It was rookie Vcnegar Bend Mizell, tobacco chewing 1 , slow-motioned southpaw, who did it for the Ueilbirds Thursday night. In tacking up his seventh straight triumph of the year, Mtzell gave up only five hits and left nine strikeouts in his wake. Cordon Homers Only in the opening frame were :he Braves able to collect more .nan one hit off him in an' inning. [n that inning Sid Gordon blasted one into the left field bleachers after Johnny Logan had singled. The Cardinals climbed on Warren SpAhn for five of -their 10 hits and all of their runs in the fifth. The St. Louis Browns split a doublehcnder with (he Senators nt Today, the Indians could well recall Mark Twain's famous quotation: "Rumors of my death are greatly exaggerated." The Indians appeared to be knocked from contention on Black Tues-' day, July 22, they dropped R doublpheader to the New York'** Yankees nnd felKW VI- games behind* - ihe Bombers. Clove land, trailing the Yanks by one game, could Lake over the lead by o n e percentage point by beating: A>Ue Remolds tlie Bombers in a 2-game series opener today. Big Mike Garcia M5-8) has been nominated to face (he Ynnks' Allie Reynolds (15-7) in the first game. Enrly Wynn (IG-10) is scheduled to BO against New York's Vic Rnschi (14-3) in the conducing gnme Saturday, i Both Beaten Yesterday Both the Indians and Ynu'ks suffered defeats yesterday. The third place Boston Red Sox knocked off the Indians, 4-1, and the Chicago White Sox unset the Yanks. 6-1. to . . sweep a three-game series. Washington ami St. Louis divided a twi- night doubleheader, the Senators In the National League, the Chi- i cago Cubs Impeded New York's pennant bid by splitting a double- I header with 'the Giants, winning the first game. 8-6. but losing the second, 1Q-5, The Mexican standoff kept the Giants seven games behind front - running Brooklyn. The Dodgers' game with Pittsburgh was rained out, Philadelphia and Cincinnati were idle while in the | ( circuit's only night, game, St. Louis I nipped Boston, 3-2, for its sixth straight victory, Groniek Was Loser Sid Hudson scattered seven hits in beating the Tribe's "spot pitcher," Steve Gromeck. The Red Sox nicked Gromeck for all of their hits and runs in seven innings, The Yanks conserving their best pitchers for Cleveland, opened with n second liner for the third straight time and failed. Rookie Tom Gorman was beaten in the first inning and had no one to blame but himself. Gorman walked home one run and his wild throw permitted two* more White Sox players to scorejl The three runs were more tlmn Billy Pierce required. The ace Chtcnso lefthander held the Yanks to five hits in gaining his first triumph in six attempts over the world champions. Richards Thinks Yankees Should Win AL Pennant By JOE IlEICIILKR NEW YORK (IT,— Despite his team's three straight victories over the New York Yankees, manager Paul Richards of the White Sox still believes the faltering world champions should win the American League pennant. Washington. The Senators took the first game, 3-2, and the Browns came back for the second, 8-1. Frank Shea, starting his first gnme as a Senator, held the Browns to five hits but lie walked nine men. Despite his charity the Browns left 11 men on bases. Taking advantage of Walt Master son's wildness and Uic sloppy piny of his mates, the Browns jumped to a G-to-Q lead in the first two innings. That was too much for the fourth place solons. vr.ir The* srhrdnlo: D.itc Opponcnl Si-t>t 11 Kriscr ^cpt. TS O[icn Sr'M. '11 Marked Trrp Oi'l. '^ (\iruthcr.svillc D I*ar:\t;ni]I[l hi N'«\vpitrt ?:> JncVsnn. Tcnn. Where Here Here There Here Tlicrc Tliprr . Here ed to only one m;in and Culdwrtl Tlie same was a make-up ot list (hat ^as postponed earlier tills returned to the mound. The sr.T-on. : was clmv^i'd to Oil.uvell. The Pox scored ihrir runs in a h..: iv. i.ft.iin; three in '.he tirst a;ici fi\c ea-.h in the second and third, j-csci inn: i;o-trd home behind tlie tour-in' pitching of Hilly BuK- er. .V.ier !liv liif-t iumn£. the Banfc- E'is vvo3 e never in the came, The KOM i?f)t on!v mm 1 hits but enor-s a:;<i walks hclrcd Thfur c.tusr 1 . CL'.ude S;KUK>. S^x stior^lop, led the Courier's attach with two ho- nici'b. one \\}'}\ tlir U.if-cs [o a fled. Woody H;.rriy and Ray Lecibettcr ea-'h 501 two smiles. Rc>?,- C;j!:iv,ell stnrf.fd on the hill } for the Banker. 6 but vut* n?htried by 1 rrar.k Hall in ihe third vvlio pilch- i The U.mkris i:;it n:u- run In tin- fust inn i 111: on Int.s bv Ciitun :uui LJerryhiU. Thoy scored two tnoiv in cite fourth and i\vo In the filth. ' Tlir viftory \\.is the Sox 13:h o! the season a^imst cljiht lussr 1 . Thry i\ow \\-A\\ the Ua<.Uui-i Ktlo- watlrTi! o\ a §atne atul n hiilf. ;-ot hit*, off OhnUanoog.i and ':;"iiit,s made rrrors. Mc-tlirA --hov/tMi on llic rv '.In 1 tiClh tinu- thi< ?f;tsoii M'f rolf for Nashville- la^t in 1 Vo!s, next to Mobilr. hnn"s hdtlr?t nrtirlos ri-^jit 1'2 hits off Dwnin Hlonl l.nne while AtUmla fiot Modicat: and rookie Jiir VANDAL!A, O. M'j— Julius Pet ot Stuttgart. Arkansas* nee marks- mat], was defeated yesterday in his bid for the preliminary handicap championship of the 53rd Grand American Trnp-shool. Fetty broke 96 target* from the Sri-ynrd line to leatf the state's sharpshooters, but was odgori out by E. G. Beckcy of Rock Falls. 111,. fur the top position. Other Arkansas conte,slant,s posted the foHowtng pro res: C. \V. Hiilen of Huges, 04 from 22 yards; Hndgcna Jester. Althei- nirr, 83 Ifoni 23 yards: J. W. Shobe. Little Rnck f f>2 from 18: Mrs. Julius Potty, Stuttgart, 90 from 21 y:nd.s. Terry 2b Nokes cf Wyntt lb-p Barnes c Fowler If Rounsavall If Bruce lib Griffin 3b Holbrook rt Ib BrciRdon ss Killelt sn Privctt p Peterson rf Totals AR 3 3 5 4 3 3 3 4 2 30 AB 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 2 3 n 2 1 2 25 ChlcAgo'.* " Loop" district \ \ named after the circle Its elevate) 1 (racks make in the downtown area City Softball Standings C 5 COM.MI.KCIAI. tl.AGUK Team Kilo\\;jitcts . . Uirty Box Money Ch<tngri3 Plantei-.s Lcatl'.pr Pullets BAY l.llcis VVIM)O\V W I,. in 5 13 3 , 9 H 8 10 . 5 13 r.K.UiUE 35 2 Mead's ............ 5 Plowboys ........... 4 Moo-e ................ 3 YMCA ................ 3 Bears Blast j 'Memphis 13-5 i Mobile Club Hits ! SA Comeback Trail Uy The Assnr.ateil Press j A \vrrk flf.o It was hnrd to prc*- [ diet iust hovr fru ihe Mobilr Bcnti-i would f^ll in Southern As5ori.ii ion i slnndinc.<;. At the time it looked ?.= ; thoiiRli tlie Bears micht RO all the ; \\ n v. Today, thfrp'p no lolling ju>t h^'.\ high thr tit'ni s ni;iy ^o. Mobile turned In another solid offensive performance las? nieht to [ blast Memphis. 13-5. A 14-hit at(**•'*•? Uck nnri seven-hit pHchins von .T^G; f 0r the Rears who lerl thr poulh.nn •6J9 ' dnrinp mitcli of .hint 1 but who f .i<lrd ,4:jO f, 1<;1 ns n lf , sfn^ou j>roi:re : !-ril .444 j The victory Iravos HIP fo.irth- -2'^ i ulare Bcnrs only six ganic5 out of first. ! First .BR2!hard 14-1 beaUn? from -7^:i j Birminchnm and second pint- Af- \ 3i7 lania lost to Nashville, 3-2. Nov\* j .308 Orleans and Lililo Rock were rained i ,250 out ^50 i La^t night the Bi.-inlj.gh.im Bar- place Chattanooga took MftDE THE OLD-TIME SOUR MASH WAY YOU'LL LIKE THE FIAVOR ~ Ht at& tSt * Si" 1 ALJO TOO PROOF BOTTLED IN BOND miowsTONi, me. VOL>ISYIUE. KY. \\ You Own a Car READ THIS: $ Pack Wheels BoMi for Adjust Brakes This Week Only Noble Gill Pontiac, Inc. Mh * Walnut Phone 6817 eari Courier News Classified Ads. "I'm not saying the Yankees will | win it, mind you," he emphasized.' "All I say is that they could win it. But so can Cleveland or Boston. And don't count us out of it. \Vc can win it, too. As a matter of fact, it would be no miracle to me if the Philadelphia Athletics were to beat us all out. "The Yankees have the strongest lineup. Besides they've got the confidence and experience of champions. They don't tighten in the crucial games. They've been all' through this sort of stuff before, j "They've t<ot to get better pilch- " Ing than they've shown us, however. They can't do it with Reynolds and Rascht alotie. The key to their chances is Edciie Lop at. U he can pitch five good games for them, then we fill might as well put out the fire and call the dogs home. "The wny I sec it, the cltib -that will win the pennant is the one that can come up with a hot player. It doesn't matter whether thai player is an outfielder, an infieM- er, a catcher or a pitcher. "That's why I say you can't overlook those Athletie.s. They've got that hot player in Bobby Shantz. He gives the rest ot the Learn that drive, that incentive. The A's instinctively play better ball when he's pitching. Sometimes even a fellow like Shantz on the bench can inspire a team. Joe DJMaggio was like llmL "That's also why you've got to watch L\ike Easter of Cleveland. He is their answer to the pennant. He's hitting like mad right now. If he keeps on hitting, the Indians should do it. He's got to hit Tor them to win it. He's a liability otherwise. He can't field, he can't run. But if he continues to hit like he did against tis last week and is doing now in Boston, watch out." Crumbling fortifications on the Azores Islands were built to repel privateers, ROYAL Tradeii SUE! Now Millions More Can Own Them -at the Biggest Savings in Years! 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