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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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EIGHT BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Roberts Helps Phils' Surge With 7-3 Triumph Over Reds SOUTHERN ..ew Orleans Atlanta Ghatanooga Mobile Memphis Blrmipgham Nashville Little Rock ASSOCIATION W L Pet. (12 47 .50!) fil 48 .500 53 50 .537 55 65 .500 53 58 .447 51 5R .4fiS 51 5D .464 46 62 .420 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pel. 62 29 .681 Brooklyn New Yori St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh OB £8 34 50 42 53 40 44 48 .630 .571 9'13'.' : IB ! 23 39 60 .3!)4.27 28 72 .280 38!! 4! 34 .505 .432 Brooks Turn Back Pirates 4-3; Spahn Cools Off Cards By JACK HAND Aswirlalrrl Press SpnrUt Writer Robin Roliorts is proving his right to the title— best pitcher in the National Leapua. While Philadelphia leads the rest* - _ ________ _ of (he nation In going wild over little nobby Shunt/, of the A's, Mr Roberts quietly piles up wins for Die Phillies. Shnntz probably vylll beat him In the. 2fl-w!n poll lor ho goes nf(er No. J9 tartar )n Detroit, but Roberts won't be fnr behind. He lean's the National with !fl n-iru after last night's 7-3 success aRainst Clncinnntl. The Phils continued their surge. In the. National with a sixth straight over the Reds on n wild sIx-innlnR rally In the elehth. Willie Jones' three -run homer featured the attack. Willie also Jilt a homer In the seventh. Brooklyn snapped its five-frame AMERICAN LKACVK New York Cleveland Boston Washington Chicago ' Philadelphia St. Louis Detroit W I. 58 41 5S 44 53 43 Pet. .SRB .5SO .1)52 52 46 .531 52 49 .515 46 48 .500 .406 : ,351 : 35 63 I'liSTEHDAY'S RESULTS Southern League Little Rock 6-13, Atlanta 3-11 Mobile 3 Chattanooga 0 New Orloans 18 Nashville 6 Memphis 9 Bixnitnbham 2 National League Brooklyn 4 Pittsburgh 3 !0 tilngs New York 10-2 Chicago 6-B twl- night Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 3 night Boston 2 St. Louis 1 night American LCHRUB Chicago 7 Ne\i r York 0 fhiladelphia 4 Detroit 3 Boston 5 Cleveland 4 night Washington 6 St. Louts 2 night TODAY'S GAMES Southern Leagua Little Rock at Atlanta Memphis at Birmingham Chattanooga at Mobile Nashville nt New Orleans National League Pittsburgh at Brooklyn 2 Main B-8 and Hogue 1-2- vs. Rutherford 2-2 and L-andrum 0-0 Chicago'at New York Winner 9-7 vs. Koslo 7-4 or Hearn 11-3 St. Louis nt Boston Mizell B- 6 vs. Blvktord 7-0 Only games scheduled. losing string, shading Pittsburgh •!-.•! In the 10th on Carl Furlllo's first hit In in times nt hat. The victory added n hnlf Carrie. to the Dodecr lead, now measuring 414 pfline.s, offer Iher unneru|.i Giants split a twt-nlelil. ilnuttc header with Chle.-iso. The ainnls won tl:e opener, 10-fi, taking ndynnlrisc ot three Cub errors to sroro four In the clRblh, but Hank Knuei's 2Slh homer helped .Johnny Klfppsfcln tnke the second, n-2. SpnJin nr:iix Carrts Warren Spahn cooled off the sizzling St. Louis Cords as rookie Ed lhp Kiwanis Midgets Win First Game Cellar Team Blasts Jaycees 24-3 at Ninth Street Park The Kiwmiis Club. loser nl its first seven cames; | n the Mlrigrt Baseball Ix-acue. broke mil with a ven- ceance .vcslerrlay aflerjirjo.1. Irrmnc- ini? the Jnycees 24-3 for Its first * in - r * n of the season at Ninth Street Park. Tlie Kiwanians, who have played ort ball nil yi-nr but ivho rlirin't have enough plale power, lumped OH l.wo .laycee pitchers for a tt.fal of 17 htise hits inclurilne lwr> Imnie runs ami two triples to humiliate LIONS SHARE—The United States Olympic team has a brother act for the first time since 1820. Bill Ashcntclter, left, Qualified lor the steeplechase. Horace made it in the Mccpleehoso and 10000 meters. Neither ran before matrigulntine at Pennsylvania Stale College after World War 11. (NEA) Mathews hit a two-run homer off Joe Presk-o for ,t 2-1 Boston tri- the full distance for Ihe Klwanls learn, giving up hut three nils Prlvc|t, also was I he'We man al. Ihe plnle for the Klwnnlans. He banged out a homer and two sln- snd scored four runs in four triumph Hobby feller left fn them In third place o'nly 315 Raines off Ihe pace . Wnshlnclon ended a folii'-came losing streak, whipping St. Louis. (J-2, on Boh Porlerfield's live-hitler to pull wilhln !i<} games of the Yanks. Allle Clark's two doubles drove In all ihe runs /or Philadelphia in a -i-j squeaker with Detroit Game Postponed In Bay Window singles In four trips to the nmph. Stan Musial's IMh homer j times nt bat. Shortslo'n" John Me"" ivns one of (he Cards' seven nils. I Hnficy also go a home run and two The New York Yankees lost. 7-0 "'""' ' " to Chicago but their American league lead remained al. three lieranse Cleveland also fell before noslnn, 5-4. The Red Sox's •' •-. ...j... m mi' plino. Jerry Ronnsavall started on ihe mound for the .laycees and pitched «"tll (he third inning when he was "" """ ' ' Goforlh. Irvin, Broken Leg Healed, Returns to Action By JOB KK1CHI.UK NEW YORK (yp)~MontP Irvin,. pronounced fit for return lo duty will gnt his first starting chance of the 1052 season tomorrow night when the New York Giants ™ H ,-i K e the Piltsbursh Pirates. In making the announcement, jurcd leg. "The broken bones have knit por- and ' Wheat Rot the Jaycees" thvee hil.s. Tlie Kiwaninns sew came with 14 run.,' In Ihe 'fourth i 1"'>»r: on 10 hil.s. Tw emnc was called al the end nf i.he fourth because of n 7 pm . deadline. This afternoon, the Rotary club wns schndulrd to plav the' Lions Club in another league gnme. manager Lw Durochcr said he m C th"re''°rS'\ S ii.^ a '° BRL b " Ck i frcllj .''" thc doctor announced, "And' ;nere right. „«„>. i „, „„ rfs , m(f Trvjn hns ^^ ^ What are you going lo do v, ith 1 highly satisfactory recovery" a guy like that?" asked Durneher. i "Since [ let htm pinch-hit last. Sun- I dny and he came through with a. hit, he's been alter m piny every day. Any would have been out T1TORSDAT, U.S. Faces Possibility of First 'Medalless' Day in Olympics Cardinal kouts To Conduct Camp and Sturdy T« Supervise Over Jonesboro Tryouts JONESnbRO. All!.— Scouts \v. H (Buddy) Lents and Jack Slnrdy have been named to operate the Jonesboro tryout camp lo be held nt Arkansas state College Field Red Bird Tryout Camp' Director CSeoree Silvey. Lewis, who makes his home in Memphis. Tenn,, in n former catcher. He played with the Cardinals m 1033 under managers Prankie FYisch and Gabby street. Lewis also spent, several seasons wilh AAA i II.'K, including a pennant-winnin™ j Montreal te.irn in the International League. He has been in pro base- ! 1 since 1924 when he .signer! nisi first contract with Hattiesburs, Miss ! of the Cotton States loon. . | Sturdy was a star second baseman with top Cnrdhinl minor league •runs, including AAA Rochester, r . Y.. and Sarramenm. Calif,, clubs') He was forced to retire from the 1 eame ns an active player in IMS j ! to a sore arm. However, his extensive knowledge of Ihe came was recognized by the Red Bird front office and he wa.vsigned as a scout. Lewis and Sturdy will get workouts underway promptly at 11 A.M. each day. Players reporting for the tryouts are to hrina their own shoes, gloves and a uniform if they have one All expenses Incident lo attending Ihe tryout sessions at Jones-) 0010 will be refunded by ihe CanH- i rials Lo players who are sinned to' contract in the famed Red Bird ] farm system. j Backstroke Swimmer Is Yanks' Only Hope; Divers Score Points By BEN" PHLEGAR HELSINKI (AP)—The United States todav faced <*• prospect of its first day without winning a gold medal sine, lull scale Olympic competition began 12 days ago. But th« Russians were certain not to score a point nro"ram C [S» f .('"«* ,"" " le da 5"'V s "-"""m? «!<• '"Id with "ins. complete the gold rnndal competi- •••- • ~ I3'." lion for the day ..„' i i a Yesterday the United states pick. ed up 14 points in the women's springboard diving when Mrs Pal among Ihe McCormick, a 22-year-old Lena oke an admS'*! BM ° h ' C " m " ho " ?cwlte ' finished h "a«h ll iri e her he W? "^ Oak , lanci ' Cal "'" tnirti - JpanVoiteux Kluanis McHalTey ss Lllie.s Ib Molbrooks r. Pi ivett p Broedon 2h 4 Doyle ah 4...| Zellner e[ .. An iiMi American League New York at Chicago night Hns- chi 11-2 vs. Rogovin 9-8 Boston at Clevelnnd Brickner 3. 1 vs. Lemon 11-8 Philadelphia at Detroia 2 Sh.inl?. 18-3 and Kellner 7-9 vs. Hoeft 2-3 and Trucks 4-12 Washington at St. Louis night Johnson 0-3 or Oumpcrt 3-5 vs. Bearden 4-2 or Madison 3-1 Hie scheduled Bay Window •- Snftbnll League game between the Mwre rl fil Implement Company ,-ind (he . Swnflord If ... MooseLcrice was postponed until a I ater date yesterday. I Totals Tlie postponement was necessary 1 -'"irces when nnit.hcr team eould field the' Tn.vlor 2b required number of contrnclcrl i Ooforth n-rf Pinwrs. ; Rounsavjill p- c '. J. P. Oairolt. V secretary said ! Wlllforrt 16' '__ the game will be ro-schcduJe'd. | When I 3Y>~^.~ Major League Leaders By The Associated I'ress NATIONAL LEAGUE Battinil—Musial. St Louis 331' Atu-ell, Chlcaso. ,353: lyickman New York. ,313: KhisTcwsicl. Cincinnati and Pafko. Brooklyn. ,307 Runs—Minisi st. Louis. -jf>; lock- man. Ken York, 68: Re PSC and - .... - York and Schoendienst, at. Louis, i Beavers me so valuable .In con i Or'n.1 " "IF' siM-vation work, thai boxes of them ' Hai-ms" ,'f „ were recently paraehnled into con-j servallon areas m Idaho. j T<llnl , ..33 All . 2 . 2 . 1 . 1 . 2 . 2 2 . 2 . 1 186 Golfers Begin Play !n Rich Tarn O'Shanter B.v .IKRI1V MSKA to let him other guy .~ for a full year wilh what, he had. and maybe forever. But here it. Is, only three months later, and he's rarlnq to go. "What can I do? I've got to let i him play. So he £oes Friday." ! It was on April 2 (hat Iri'in snf- ; fered a multiple fracture of his - ripht ankle whjle sljriimr info tlucd base in n.n exhibition gnme in Denver. At Ihe time they despaired ol Monte'ever playing ncnin. At best, they Mid. he miJlit be able to resume his playing career next season. I "Heal Fast" . "I heal fast." said the iindis-1 rnayed Irvin as he lay in a hospital! cot wilb his encased rieht lee supported by pulleys. "1 got good bnne.s. I'll be ready to play by Aug 1:" Kven In-in didn't reali/e then what, n crystal aazer he wrvs tn turn out to be. For that is the exact dale Monte is slated to make his first slart. His pinch-lilt appearance last. Sunday against Cincinnati was Ihe first, time he had seen action since his mishap. He also went in as a pinch-hilter acainst the cho- cago Cubs last night but was calo.ri out on strikes. What prompled Irvin to ask for a .starling chance wis the announcement made by Dr. Harrison L. TvlcLnnghlin ol Medira) crnlfr following an examination of the in- Wins BOONKVILLE. Ark. Wi—Boonsville will represent Arkansas In the National Semi-Pro Baseball tournament. In Wichita. Kan., as a result or their 5-2 win over Paris here last, nicht. Jimmy Charles blasted out a twp- nm homer in the ninth innin- for BooueviHe. Even her most ardent, supporters ' however, can't see the California' school girl finishing In Iron! of the i slroiiB field which includes three' Dutch stars and one each from 1 South Africa. Great Britain Ger- i many nnri New Zealand. 1 Australia and Italy will batlle i lor honors in the cycling finals— I irie l.ono meters scratch race the I 1.030 melers time (rial and the 20ooi meters tandem. Going into the day's program Russia had 523H points, the United Slates 463. Twenty-eight finals, including 10 in boxing, remain before this gigantic sports carnival closes Sunday night, Plenty of Aclltm Although a little short, on finals. Ihe dsy's schedule provides plenty of intermediate action. Boxing moves into the quarter-, ed states nnd Russia each have i seven men still going while Italy I bettered he Olvmnicecord winn n» ttae°as 43H7 Holland Splits 2 With Bragg City Brsppr Cily and Holland Softball learns split a doublehcader at Holland Tuesday nipht. The Holland eirls team defeated Bragg City 7-3 and Hra^g City's boys won 9-3, | In'the girls' game. Patsy Ma-, jors hit a 1 grand slam homer for the victors. Bragg City's hoys scored tha winning runs in the filth inning of Ihe boys' game. In order to prevent wall and ceiling smudges from radiators, • currents of nlr from the radiator. For tiiat original Bourbon taste...enjoy Ilearn. NV«- York. 11-.1, .768,'"Yuhfls St. Louis. 7-2. 77S. AMKIiH'AN l ; i:,\<;cr. ton. .315; Woo,;,.,,,:, . NVll . v ^ k> 3n Runs—,lv,.!. Philadelphia TO' Bena. New YOI:,-, r,7. .Vi| : ,o=o Chicago. 65: Rosen. Cleveland f=. !oi" its wA x ;-, c: r" ea " l: Robir land. 114: Jm,,,," \va=h'ir"con "nV Horn- Runs ,-nn.,.,. Xo , v . Y , 21: Derby, C,»;-^r,<L M: RoWn"n; | F /n Open Today I.rm.FROf'K f-T-.-nr, nnrt nm- \ 1 n'- rl , 1:n r '°' n """"^hrnif Arli lay hecins in tlie' 3B-hnle \rV-an- ' uy Club 1 ^ " Ie UM " n "''* t:r '! ln - Yesterdav. Hie amateurs ,,r rn n - r n iicntei, by , h e pl,.v-for-nny hoys in [ defending Champion nf Toledo. Ohio, while 2a gals. erown vacated bv ailinc R-ihn"?^" By The Asswhilerl I'rrss The New (jrieans Peli.i-.n-. the original Kentucky Bourbon (Bam with trie SepuWic f780) , In effect, told to sl.-iv avmy l.jvki- asked tor appearance money In li nm irs missibl Ihe Last niclu Atianl'i loH ?. Iain bill lo List plai-e Miitn R c ,; : $.=, n . !( j 'osnn nnril 13-11. Chattel lost i;.-. f.iyr i in a rnu. ."? ti tri Mobile j Wade Brou took Iv,. 12th v r- tnry "f the fin.nn for MnhCe and' Chkagn. F;n en. Detroit ,inri JOT.:,, PhifnVl'-ipMa" .846: Shea. \vV.'h,,^r!., ^.J' Vw Sain ,\"f,u- york R 3 -"-• t~ ' '• Cleveland. n- 7 . 'RC.I.' ' " ' v "" cla Midget Leogue Standings v over the i to 07',,. I as .Tnhnny j il' nniatc-uv j I Team Lions American Lc£ir.n Varbro Jaycees Rotary Klwan's rci. Miners to Play Stanford Sunday I 'he Arkansas Cup'.Vi,; ralii-doiiffd links, i ; Trxajkaiia pro, .... posted a low of nn , Bnr.irx of Mourns l^d ' with a 7L' niic o\er par J Trim Daney „, ,,,,,, n R(V . k ar[f | . nilley Bell i>; r,,,e Bluff scor.- t l the only .im.i!«ir sfiu(-out in tho day . lone gnuri. They whipped O.irlanil i Brndshaw of Hnpp and Hnrrv Brv-i j am of Helena. 9-0. " ' i : PFOS Curtis Collier of PI Smith ' and Charles l.s,, m n( U |i]e nock! 1 nuinprrf .\Tarfin Tenuey. stj;1p am-^ 1 .Te-;r litl"hoWrr (rnm litllP Rrrr-ic ' 1 and Gene Kwiey of Texarkaua, in the numher 1 match. i Murphy was ele,-ied prr-sidr-nf of • 'he Arkansas rrofr-s.sir.nal Go'fers i Inc.. at a business mrr(nl .- ' Flno ' Zander. Fayeiieviiie; Al Raxlord. raniflrn: Johnnv Wlutton Little Rock and mil Marlin, Jone.boro, were mined vice presidents. | douch orlie and H """" Ch " ck C °>'* ^"'uerrrt In riT ,.'-,, rt Hn8nn '"'•>>• IM in i second to give Hrownin- i i-.-.-, Ihe (Suck of the fray. | cushion. nuK.ii..o Cary Miortlccoff. last's leadina ' AilaiHa .= ;jp.. Ca ,,- hvr money-winner with * Is rie-• in the m;h i--in- of t'n-' ,r.'V- fondmc All-American champion. He i seien-mnin-- t--st ^.viie -o <•!<• won last year with 274. topping j Rocks' Verne Wlll^m.'.,,! 'HIP lams par by 14 .strokes. nmg ori ^ , nlllr . ,,, n , t The Memphis dcmisl -.ull find i Dickie Tlwi.r son cool-d off in the compelilion thick and heavy j Innta rallv from such i-ontenrieis as II. S. Open! Memphis derc.xlrd B in Champion Julius Boros. r>GA nllist j 9-1. for it.s sixth 1-1 , Jim Masters winner Sam- - came*. Three Memph ' homer, my and Western Open king'the ninth rocked Birmn 'i in I.loyrt Mancrum. mice nn All- , helped pronounce n sei. n t 11 American winner. ; J T , C ICE-CUBE MAKER ( $ RIO. 1.95 • ke rtleosn easily — tn woWng In wrtor • Conv«nknt—m« c single cube or q trcyM • Clean — M rwndj need louch Ihi lei. J.IMITED 5UPPIY-.QNIY 2 TO A CUSTOMER PRESTO COOKER-CANNER 95 ft 80 DOWN WEEKIY C,et ready for the CTnnini: season. ?e? our complex Ih;e of cookers ami winners. Al! sizes svnil.-ihle to i n s ure amp!( , fflan for all nffr| 3 . Store Foods for Winter at low Summer Prices b tri-nnnn af ^45 The Xiners pulled out of th, tournament last week-end: e of the lenulh of the dou- ' the Peach Crop Is Short! - ,, It's Now Half Gathered We now have Freestone Peaches Wholesale or Retail BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET Street Mylhpville KENTUCKY STRAIOHt 6CUBBOH WKISKCf ?^<)fi Kentucky SlrsijM Bourbon 86 proof. Also available in Bottled in Bond 100 Proof Wipes a wet road so dry you con tight a match on ill COMPARE COST PER CU. FT. ^ V/H1TE KING HOME FREEZER This model provides Ihe maximum •)•} -..I,:, $4 amount of food storaRe space in a "' "' compart!;- designed cabinet — 15 cm.ic fret in a cabinet 154- lone It IftOO ia ideal for those who require" big IW DOWN freezer capacity to pnjoj- the economies of frown foods. E30 WEEKLY B.F. Goodrich LIFE-SAVER Tubeless Tire • Seals punctures • Protecls against blowouts • DEFIES SKIDS, TOO Thi 5 tire protects against nil three tire hazards — punctures, Mowniits ami skirts! As low as $4 down puts a set on your car now! Coils Icsi lh an regular tiro vr/llh afcly lube. Convenient term! See Woler lev e ( Mown JMoi. loPay . N'ew 1! L.ook-N'-Sef." v(17) t -. tell you the water l^eV glance. Six «tra plates. FGoodrioh 417 W, Main Phone 6331

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