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PAGE TEN COUTUER THTTRSCAT, 'AUGUST 98, 1991 Job-Yanks Increase Lead Behind Scarborough Paps Face Big Re- Stockton's Juniors Have ' . . . . Perfect Record to Protect Moslev Reviews Gno. Prospects Papoose Coach Harold Stockton has n lou^li job almad ' li Papoose of him, thai of constructing a new team to pi'uleot llic ic:vtc<!, untied ami unstorcti-on record posted by his 1051 iunior squad. + Hut (he Tilylhcvillc Junior Ifljjh i School mentor, who Is only a year J out of the University of Arkansas, accepted llic problcJn ami Is i£ about in dead earnestness to find the proper Holutlon. And to make things toucher It.r New York Cleveland Boston Philadelphia Chicago • . Washington St. Louis Detroit AMKKICAN I.KAOUU W I. ...74 53 Brooklyn New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh NATIONAL l.i: W . .81 ..11 ..12 ..CO ..02 ..54 . ,64 ..37 Pet. <JU .583 . 2 .5GI) .557 .520 .520 .Mfi him he is having to re-construct his tonm practically from the ground up. His 1[)51 all winning team, composed almost cnUrc-ly of ninth graders, was wrecked by graduation. 13ut this Is a problem faced by just about every junior lilxh coach In the Mate. Ri^ht now Just about tin- only spots in the Paps' p)r\m Chicks Regain First Division Tribe Nips Vols 8-5 While New Orleans Tops Mobile Twice ^Conditioning Key" Factor, Mentor Tells Kiwanians (,'rji<ch Ilu.ssell Mosley yesterday totij riK-jubers of the Blythcvllle Ki'.vnni.s Clnfj Ihnt proper conditioning anil pre-season training lutdl IVcss -iicht.s In By The ,' Memphis e,o lots last nit'lit. The Chicks rl.'fratnd B 5. Mobile lot to Ne'A returning leucrmcn I J' 2 " ml '<-'•'': Anil the Clucks recap-) 1'ct. UI5 .(iliO . .500 U'a .511 ll'/j .537 Hi .488 '22 .443 2T.i .420 25'i SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W 17 1C 75 71 10 C8 64 60 Pet .558 .535 .528 .501 .600 .489 .400 .426 New Orleans Atlanta Memphis Mobile Nashville Little Rock Birmingham YESTF.K HAY'S UC.S11LTS American l.rague New York 13 St. Louis 7 Philadelphia 6 Cleveland t Boston 5 Detroit 0 Chicago 4 Washington 1 (night) National League Chicago 10 Brooklyn fi New York 5 Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia t St. Louis 2 KnlghO Boston VI Cincinnati 7 (night, ID Innings). Southern League Birmingham 5 Atlanta 0 ,' Chattanooga 4 Little Rock 1 Memphis B Nashville 5 New Orleans 4-4 Mobile 2-3 (2nd game 10 innings). v,ill mean much more to the Chicks this year than it did last. Speaking to members of the Ki- watil.s Club at the club's weekly mecliiit; in Hotel Noble. Couch Mo.s- tilp!i> It-y .said "we can't brat North l.it: (lc Hock If \ve open the season 'ashvitle. acaiust them like we did against Oilcans. I Marked Tree last year." _^ h _ .,._.. ^c explained that because of ockton "the* fimmiation' '""-''' a fust division position in the [weaker competition tlie Chicks had construction lob (Southern A>.Mx-l:iiU>n pennant race, [to learn only a few basic plays and 1 '"'•- '•' " coiicentralc on ilicm. picking up the f>nt:r material us the season pro- IMV'Tfl. H'lt he said BKiilnsl North Little Rock hi.s Chkks are Rofnt: to have lo 'know it nil" ami be able to at full strum. The Chicks are scheduled to open the season ar:nin.st North Little Rock Sept. II. Coarh Maslev reviewed tile j CbicV.s' 1953 schedule, commenting thai "every pame will be a tough New Orleans, look .second place are tile four who sivc SI j for his big j All four of (he returning letter- mcn arc backs and three ot Ihetn, , Freddie Akers, Hobby Jones and J Mickey Shclton, are riiiiirtcrbacks. The other is Charles Abbott, a Imlf- • back. With n little sliittinK around, Slockton is whipping into shape a pretty fair backflcld for his 1952 battles. At present lie has Akers, Jones and Shelton RllernatinK al the alt- importfint quarterback spul on His s])lit-T offense. And when .loncs Memphis was just !!<'forc la-it ahead of; I'hat combination of vic-inrv aiirl Mobile dele: v.'lM't l ! :e (""lir-hs nr-i-rlcd Jll r ;llt Mobile ranked M^ni'ihis. Diirin:; DIP pa ine in Memphis, there W;LS ;i liuif le-ciishion shower a]id two chicks were kicked out of the [same, Fine rHirf v:ork bv Dixie [ Howel! held Nashville slill \oi\f, \ enough for Uv C'iiick : ,i tu win. I'els Take Sectuiil Orleiiu.s look .second rcflhiK. list to Kt-y Atlanta. The Birmingham. 0-D. and Akers aren't running at <(nar- ! "'."" terback. (hcv nrc at left halfhiick , tat '::. ^ ' """• with jodle'Hall, who also plays ;"'" , R| , TO «"' a P" 1<: " hlt s " tKlc '" 1 ' knock in two New Orleans runs In i TODAY* GAMES American League BoMon at PhlladclpWa lit McDermott (7-8) and Delock (4-5) vs Schcib (8-4) and Byrd <11-11). Cleveland nt Detroit (2 - twl night) Wynn (16-11) »n<I Gromek <6-G) vs Gray (11- 12) and Newhouser (6)8). (Only games scheduled) guard. Ablmlt al Ilnlfhark Abbott, al present, is operating al right hnlfback and with Kenny' Isaacs, a newcomer, hancillu^ tiie fulbnck chores. This could well Iw his opening game combination, hut. as Stockton e.xplalnnd, there is u)>- solutely nothing definite and probably won't be until opening nigh'.. The Pnps' entire forward Mall will be composed of first yenr [)hiy- ers. and It Is here ttie. Paps' bitf- gc.sl problem lies. At present. Stockton has twr> lines operating h backdeld. Freddie Dratcher, David Holt and Honnlc | llagley nrc the four main end cnn- didale-'i. At tntkles Prctldio Veaeh, rvcdtlic Hodge, Leon Lowe and Hill Aftlick are fighting It out for stnrt-i ing roles and nt guards Hall. Alvin (Little Bo) Huffman, Gerald Sny- rier and Frank Brown are the candidates. The two center candidates are bolli newcomers, John Randall and Harold Sweat. It's far too early for any predictions yet, so Stockton Is Just going along with Ihese 14 boys and [rom here on In II will be dog-er.l-doR for the .starling assignments. The Paps have two more weeks or prc-sfnann training before opening [heir touph eight-came slate with Reiser here Sept. 11. (he opener. Stall Went/el homered in the 10th for the second Pel victory. Pitcher Johnny Mackiuson pro- Icctcil Ills shutout in the ninth by j few hours before he attended the fannlni! two. He struck out eight | club meeting and that the Millini;- slx hits, i (on coach indicated a desire to play He said (hat at present the Chicks have four oneil d;Ues Iheir slufp but (hat there h a coad nnssibility the Oct: 31 date will be filled. Jlay 1'ljiv ^lillinslon He told ttie Kiwaniaus tht-t he had contacted Miilington, Tenn.. a Al Sinv.i won his 22ml as CliaUa- IOKII defeated Little Rock. 4-2. T!io victory kepi file l.ooknms tlnce Blvllicvlllc on that dale. Coach Moslav also cxplaiiind the state's new championship playoff games nherut ami made Ilicm look [ system saying that It- was his un- more than ever like the pennant 'Uiri ,,im Osceo/o Junior Fleven Faces 7-Game Slate National League New York at Pittsburgh Koslo <8-G) vs Waugh (1-2). Boeton r\t Cincinnati Burdelte (6-11 vs Church (5-T) or Blt\c*t- well (3-13). Philadelphift at St. Louis Roberts (20-7) vs Haddlx (1-0). Brooklyn nt Chicago Labinc (8-3) vs Kelly C3-9). Southern League , .Tonight's flames Atlanta, at Birmingham Chattonooga at Little Rock Nashville nt Memphis Mobile at New Orleans. Major League Leaders By The Associated 3'rrss AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING— Fain. Phllndelpllln, .336; Mitchell, Cleveland. .332; Woodlllljr. New York. .320; Kcll, Boston, .312. RUNS— Berra, New York, Avils and Doby, Cleveland. Minoso, Chicago and Juosl, Phlta- delpliia. 8!. HITS--fox. Chicago. 161: Robinson, Chicago. 147; Fain. Philadelphia, 146; Avila. Cleveland, 144. HOME RONS—Doby. Cleveland and Berra, New York, 27: Zcrnial. Philadelphia, 25; Rosen, Cleveland. 23: Easter, Cleveland. 22. PITCHING — Consuegvn. \V-.v?h- . inston. 6-0, 1.000; Shanlz. Philadelphia, 22-4. .846: tiaschi. New York, i.o-3. .S3:i; Bcntnn, Boston. 4-1, .800. BWL Managers Schedule Meet Early closing ol the Bay \Vlndow Softball Lciique's season will be nmonp the things to be (lisruw nt ft meeting of league nmtiagers nt the Y tomorrow njtjht. The meeting, which Is .schertnlrrt for 7:30, was called yesterday by J. P. Gnrrott, Y secrctury. The tongue's nnnual fish fry abn will be discussed, Mr, Garrolt- s;ild. I derstanding that If lilytheville to gel into tile state playoff TIIKV ULANKKD THK VANKKKS — Virgil (Fire) Trucks. Detroit riKhl-hander, has a Jubilant yell in the dressing room after pitching his second no-hit, no-run game to defeat the New York Yankees in New York Monday, Steve Souchock (left) and Walt Dropo (right) put together two hits, a double by Dropo and a single by Souchock to .score the only run of the game in the seventh inning. Trucks' firsl no-hitter ol the season was on May 15 at Detroit against, the Washington Nationals. (AP VVircpliolo) Veteran Baffles Browns 12-7; Giants Gain Ground By RALPH ROD EN AP Sports Writer H would not be at all surprising to find the faces of General Managers Joe Oonin of the Boston Red Sox and Hank Greenberu of the Cleveland Indians a bit red today, The discomfiture of the general ninnagers can bo laid at the feet of Ray Scarborough, a 35-year-old pickle salesman from Mt. Olive, N. c., who Is currently employed a pitcher for . the American League's pace-setting New York Yankees. Fans in Boston probably are demanding to know why Cronin sold Scarborough to the Yanks. Those in Cleveland must be wondering why Greenberg passed up au op porlunily to obluin the tall right- hander. Scarborough gained credit yesterday for the Yanks' 12-7 victory over St. Louis. The .triumph enabled the Yanks to stretch their lead to two games over the second- place Indians In the pressure- paced race. The Indians dropped back by tjowing. 6-5, to Philadelphia. Boston's third-place Red Sox remained 3',i games astern as Mel Parnell shut out Detroit, 5-0. In the remaining American League game, the Chicago While Sox defeated the Senators, 4-1, under the lights at Washington. Brooklyn stubbed its toe in its march to the National League pen nant by dropping a 10-5 decision to the" Chicago Cubs while the runner-up New York Giants sneaked by Pittsburgh, 5-4, to reduce the Dodger advantage to 9'/ 2 games. In night games, Philadelphia smeared St. Louis, 7-2, and Boston downed Cincinnati, 12-7, In 10 j n , ntngs. Scarborough was procured by the Yanks from Boston on Aug. 22 for the £10.000 waiver price. All other clubs League had in the chance American to obtain Scarborough before the Yanks but none nibbled. . Wednesday he entered the game In the third Inning In relief of Allie Reynolds, who was tagged for five unearned runs in the second inning. Scarborough limited th a Browns to Ihree hits In four Innings and was awarded the victory when the Yanks came up with-four runs in the sixth to lake a 10-8 lead. Lefty Curt Simmons breezed to his llth victory for the Phils in the night game at St. Louis. The Phils rapped Wilmer (Vinegar) Bend Mlzell and Joe Presko for a 7-0 lead in three innings. — A Chances Against Oil Strike VANCOUVER. Canada stock broker here likes to caution on his clients. Tom Bodel says chancos of finding an oil field yielding a million barrels are about 43 to 1 and displays a. sign saying •'There are 16.500 dry holes In the United States." OSCKOLA—osceoln'.s Junior Sem- fuoln5 v.*U! CHUC a (ontih scveti gnme schedule when tlif 1 10:i^ football season opens next month. The FCveu-gfiiMr slate WIIR announced .vestci'dny by Dukle Speck. Osocola IliRh Schoo! ntlilctic director, who sairt that the .hmlnvfi still huvp two oi>eii dales they nre sfpklng to fill. The junior Se»mlnok-s this year hrtvo n new cojitrh. Bill Winiams, who i^'iis nppointi'rt In;;I month lo direct the junior high athletic pro-j Brrun. Williams is on hand nuw ( guiding his squad through dculy worhotits. The juniors wl)l oopn thoir season Sept. 25 against West Memphis nt Ost:cTTi]iU The s'CjiechiJp: 11 r\\v OiipoiiMtl Where Si'pl. IS Open Si-pt 'M Wcsl Memphis here Oi-t. 2 Alarhcd Tree here <>(L fl Kciscr there (let. 1(5 rjir.itrunlil here (Irt. ?S J«mos!K>rr> tlicro Oct. -SO HlylhovillQ here N'nv. R ri^ROit there n oiicn team in the region. The reason for tills, he said, ts because none of the other three Class AA schools In Region Three is on Blytlieville's schedule. Mosley also reviewed his squad for the Kiwantnns and praised the spirit nud hustle of his squad. Line Coach Bill Stancil wns also Introduced at the meeting and made n short talk. W. B. Ba.ss and Henry Roth of Little Rock were guests at yesterday's meeting. Pirates Get Iron From Nova/ Graveyards MANILA W) _ Scrap iron pirates! World War II. Senator Carlos P. | gate. He says the government Is ! losing money H hoped to realize from the sale of the hulls. | Ttie pirates are reported partlcul- ! ally active off the coasts of the: east central islands of Suinnr and : Leyte. where some of the bitterest' naval engagements of the war were' foueht. I An estimated. 500 Japanese ships' lie at various depths in Philippine! waters. It is believedthnt from 500,- I OHO to 700.000 tons of scrap can be j salvaged from the sunken -ships. Yank Linksmen Take Lead in Can en VANCOUVER, B. C, f.'T) — A rHis- ; e of straight shooting homines from south of the border hud Ciumdrx's amateur golf championship all but surrounded Thursday n-s the Insi ifi .survivors hit the huujiy trull to the semi-finals of the 1QW Tournament. Skidding Cards Lose To Phils by 7-2 Count By The Associated Press The downhill road is a rocky one. Take It from the skidding St. Louis cardinals who last night dropped their fifth decision in a row — this time to the E'hilHdelphia Phillies find Curt Simmons, 7-2. ' Lori by sockin' Sam UrMtla. Wild Bill Campbell and Silent Hill j Shields—known hereabouts as the 82; | "nig Three"—10 U. S. aces bhizecl 1 The defeat cams ri^ht on the: heels of the Cards* tour-straight i defeats at the hands of the league- { leading Brooklyn Dodgers. Ixist i night's loss brought the Phils to [ within four nnd one-half games of I the third-place Birds. I Rookie Southpaw Wilmer Vinegar \ Betid Mizell received hi.s first set- ! buck since May 2S. The Phils club- Olson Scores TKO Win Over Gene Hairston plain palhwnv llumij-li CapUano ROU comse Wriliic hill v nnti _. f\f)(Tf *^«-'»-«l pau'd it '.\ith busted par.= . Just -six Canadians remained In the .sirap for this inoriun^'.s si.xtli round, Willi the field to be cut In ; Middleweight Champion Sugar Ray half by noon, the eis:ht still present, Robinson asatn. Ilien will play the IB-note quarter-j The clever, 24-vcar-nM Ha'uilan finals to pare the list lo lour by: chalked up No. 6 with a sis-round Ub;lhfa!l. Jim Tom Hlnir. son of technical knockout over sturdy Gene M'ssmiri's lieutenant poveruor. was yrhrduled lo play Campbell Thurs- bed him out of the box in the sec- o tid w i t h foil r ni us in the firs L two frames. Joe Presko received similar treatment with three more tallies coming in the third. Del Einils and Richie Ashburn Ictl (lie vLiilors' attack with three hil.s each and Connie Ryan drove in three runs with a single and double. Rite Kji-ctcd Del Rice, St. Louis' regular catcher, was ch.i?cd by plate umpire Ex>n Wanieke in the third for protest- 1 ing too strenuously a decision at the plate, ami three frames later Winnekc cleared the heckling Red- bints bench of ail except Manager Eddie Statiky and coaches Terry Moore nnd Buzzy Wares, permitting the re.Hi'Ucs to return n.s needed. In New York, tin? hapless St. Louis Browns dropped another one / for .329: Kluszewski. Cincinnati, .318: • BaimiVioltz. Chicago, -31fi; Lock- ! man. New YorV.. .311. i RUNS — Locknian, New York. ; 89; Hemus. St. Louis. 8f>: Muslal. [ Si. Louis, 84; Hoblnson. Brooklvn. 83 HITS— Adams, Cincinnati, 158: i Musial, St. Louis, 154; Schocndi- cnsl. St. Louis, 153; Locknian, New York. 151. HOME RUNS— Siiiior, Chicago. 34: Kiner, Pit'sbmi'b, 28; Hodges, Brooklyn. 27: Gordon. Boston, 2. PITCHING— Roc. Brooklyn, 10-1. .909: Black, Brooklyn. 10-2. Wilbclm. Now York, 12- 3, Yuhas, St. I.ouis. 8-2, .800. CARUTUEnSVIU.E. Mo. — The a pro^ratii of speed boat ra.-c.s nt the club's Rocky Point beach on tlie Mississippi River three niile.s cast of Hayli Sunday afternoon, Charley I Crow of Caruthcrsville, the cruup.s president .announced this week. The races will start at 2 p.m. An adciUiotv.il attraction \vlll be an exhibition of water skiing by an expert team from Memphis. Winners of first, second and Third place? in the races will rocem- 110- In Wednesday's play Blair beat J i'ronor. Vancouver. 5 ami 4. and R : tlic temple In the third round nnd 1., Moon-. Vancouver. 4 and 2. 1 opened a deep cut over his rielvt KuiTcnc x.nspann. Oondlaiul, Kas.. eve in the fourth round. That was uim his third round match, defeat- 1 the bcisinninc of the end. Inn R W. Knowles, Aikcri. S. c.. 3 Dr. Vincent Nardiello ordered the and 2 Hut he lost out in ihe next i boul. halted aft-r the sixth as the round dvomitnP a ri-and-4 match 1 blood-smeared Hairston unbbled lo tti Edrtio [)ia[ier. Seattle. 'his corner. NEW YORK H'l-Carl 'Bobo^ Olson had his sixth strai^hl victory today and a burninir de.sne to ficilitho the world champions, 12-7. ' The win lifted New York to n two-^amc Ipad o\er runner - up Cleveland. The Yanks clubbed 15 hits, but ( handed Ihe Browns five unearned 'Silent) Haitston at Kev; York hi i vims in the second inning. The Madison Stiuarc Garden last night. Browns then gave them back and Ol.^on sta^cered tlic 23-yenr-oId many more by inejit fielding and NCITI-O deaf-mute with a ri'.:ht lo i mcflcclive pitching. Goodyear Presents For "Back to College" Gene licardrn was the loser for the Urowns in relief ot starter Toin- my Byrne. In Britain the shock absorber: I of an automobile arc cnlled damp- Material !s Big Reason TCU Picked in SWC TV II \IIOU) V. KATMrr fin l^t yc.ir when (lie r. i: FORT \VOKTH. Tox, «V>—'iVxas hurt and carrie<i the Fn Chrisiian is (;\voiort lo win the. rhnmpion^hip. He piivKo f o o I b n 11 - yards, tan for 430. kirfc .833; .800; Edison Anniversary Concert Is Staged \EW YORK I-*'.—A recent noonday tonccrt iTi ManViaUan's Bryant Park of olrttinu 1 Exh<nn rylinders celfhratod the 75th annivcr-ary of the day when EdUnn got the ideas that led to ihe phonograpli Tho cyliTidcr^ \\ere played on a machine valued at $30 about 40 years ago. The horn, tonnraled in • A cabinet, gave out mu-U: that was picked \rp by micropViour and lians- mittcd to 200 li.-tr-nf:rs in the park. Nftw York Public The program was sponsored by the] savings bank. A sinul.ir proi^rnm oE ICHTS wn^ piven on July •] and provrd popular with the spccUtois. The AUK. 31 dale was t?ho?en tor the Iin;\\ so- ; ries of races this year since it lall> within Hie Labor Uay wrckenri. Crow said liiat spectators will be hi for same acZdhiomS thrills, since a num'ocr ol pilots, bolh profr.'-shfnal and amateur, have entered. At least 16 are expected from Mrmph* and others From such distant points as Jonesboro, Ark . Cape Gir.irueaii and Kasl l'rniru\ Mo. The chib is a non-profit oiy.i- niz^tlion do voted to the development of motor boating and other outdoor .sport£ in this area. I*rox:ecds from the races will bo used for additional development of their boatina be;uh. '.-t Coniciciice ui-lnp lor sevr: Tlie Horned f and tlu 1 (cum : Uiis vcar. C* las Ihe "Houses" i format ion clir in t';;s wo'.l il look= even arh Out.-h to make his ars were •for'^n! for an ; ff and prob- \vith TIT (U'f TCU is nlw;u i s The tmJoaL' thn >rcyor s stinv: stronger , and ruoro 5pi n rd anrt a bol- ; u.-e, there is no rc.iMin why, -i't phvcd at the top iu this friMitic pr id iron campaign. ; is tlie kryman in • ad. Ho pai-so.s, he pvrvythiti". Mcyt'r is. He h^p fo innny e oC thriU'-M^h in : Mcvfr Happy t> -\ i\voif\ woiuifvHil siV.iAlivin."' Mi-ycr ni talking about his tail- r;s. "Ju-i think: I hnvr 50 many j ci uric,-: I rion't know v> hirh lo : a Texas Christian gridiron. Seven of the 19ol offensive regulars and six defensive regulars return among the 23 Icttcrmen Meyer nvoram- o! 37 s>. Iclckni off 1( ,:d prob- ! will have when his squad of 70 re- abh blew up the fooiballs each '. ijorts Monday to start fall training un *' n .. .- j Texas Christian opens the season Upi-ns With H.m^s , Fr)) . , 0 wjl]) Ktinf!is a( Lawrence Behind McKown arc Gil n.irtosh. Kalis., plays UCLA at Los Angcle. Danny Powell an.i a . opliomore Sept. 27. then plunges Into the con- named linnnltl CUukt. .-,tr. one of '• lereucc race against Arkansas at the fastest men ever to set toot on : Fort Worth Oct. 4. i But he huhcated that he would Library and fl ride uiih Hay McKown, McKown ts I the biash sophomore who stepped STRAIGHT STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY THE tMIIICAH OIS1IU1KC COMrtHT, IMC. • Htm, III. traveling companions Light Handsome, Durable NEOLITE The Miracle Fabric Styled By Bclbcr , Ladies 21" HTER Mens 24" TWO-SUIIER 95 Plus Tax V/ear Resistant Waterproof Long Lasting 34 Plus Tax Suntan or Ginger Deluxe Interiors Economically Priced • Convenient Terms! GOOD/^YEAR " TIRIS " GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 410 W. Main Phon. 2492

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