The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1952 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTIJEVILLE (ARK.} COURIER NEWS Skidding Giants Sink Deeper As Bums Start Pulling Away B< JACK HAM) M' Siwrls VtriUT The time is now for the little miracle of .1952. Dawn of this fateful day—AUK- 1-—again finds the bewildered New York (limits, rocking and reeling, far in the wake of the front-running Brooklyn*. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1952 Once more the txmnant Is belnn 1 series. A sweep for the Giants is al- ! Braves, conceded to the Dodgers' boom i n p ; most a must. Two out of three by; liome run power. Once more (he the Brooks would open up a In- i ^ Giant cause is a forlorn hope t\nd same lead with less than 50 to no, • nj-ook) 1 a prayer. Nine games back -thread nf 11-10 and 4-? (.'ards Ili-utcil .ouis also losi •'_ NATIONAL I.KAGOK W I, Fn. Clfi Brooklyn Tl 33 .683 Sett York C2 42 .5% 9 .St. I/>u'.s fi3 43 .5M LI'a Philadelphia . . ... SI 51 Ji'8 10 Chicago 55 53 .500 13 lloslon 4G 00 ,4M 1C Cmilnilati 47 64 AT,< •>! PlUf.bui'Rh 32 82 ,281 41 SOL'TilKKN ASSOCIATION pastliij; Ijy Hie Chicasn cubs. 10-2 they were last yt-ut- llu- Giants show no! signs of iin An-; { list - Keplember d i i v e s u c h i s thnllcd ihe. nation in 'M. Hal Mnelif Is alllni!. Willie Ma s is In the Army. Monle Irvin still Is below oar. Lurry Bronks Break Kvm The llrook.s come. Into the nil;; Allle Kcynolds' Iwo-hit shutout 1 •ru-s wnli all guns booming. Oil! and ISKJh inaj<ir Icauuo victory was Ihe big news in Ihe Amcj-icai) ( League as the Nr-w York Yanket Hcnlnes, liuy Campanclla and .lai-kic " obl "' on h: " nmcl ' c<1 I'"""' "»>» last m - ht m " M * six-'"" rally in ihe .-•ixtii iniiiiii: at Philadrlphi an even break for Hie ni^ht. K«bi:i Koberts pitched the Phils lo a 7-2 victory in the first half of a twi-niiilit doubleheadcr for his 18t!i win. The Phils were out front ihe second game, too. on Ui!l N'ic-liol^ou'.s three-run pinch homer i=n'l wi n ni n '-: .'•- '» ""•' l |flh """I Hie Cnugcr hamcr The outlook for \ barr'rcie started. When it was over, another mil -.v le' Brooklyn had the second game in is even darker: 11 "' '>'1K. 9 - 5 than last year. Double disaster was the <*"vv f"~ A freak of the schcdulc-or is it! Hie Giants in Boslon. where they fate?—brings the Oinnls to Brook-i [allowed two shutout, defeats \vi!h a Jj'n Tuesday night (or a thrce-«amn ' douhlrhcader loss to the sixth-place blanked Boston, 7-0. opening up a a'i-idirne lend on idle Cleveland. \ Mickey Mantle hi! his Hill and IHth homers plus a double in the attack on Sid Hud-cm and two .sue-. : Atlanta New- Orleans Mobile Memphis Na.shviile l.ililc liock Birmingham W fi'l I'M 05 54 AMKKIUAN Monte Irvin New York Cleveland . Cleveland and Detroit urrc mined ' Boston • nut. So were Hi. I/nil-; anri Chicago ^ us !l' n f>'toi in the Ainei 'kali. '' Chicago Wii-liinsion split two Mi-:> Pinia- : T 'lii!adcl')hi: dolphin, the Senators' takin™ Ihe st Louis first, C-5, and (flapping flip cither i l^ t:r -joit . 2-1. '] W I, i'ct. . G5 4(i ,fi8li . r>'< 43 .5-4 . 51 48 .543 . 58 52 .527 . fig 54 .518 . 54 51 .514 . 47 65 .420 IB . 37 74 .333 in In the remaining, lii-j IOSKUC same. Cincinnati' drove Pittsburgh even deeper into Ihe National League cellar with n 10-4 rornp GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME—Basketball goes on as usual among mountain resorts on New York's Borscht Circuit. The players arc from leading colleges. Here Duquesne's Sihugo Greene. 14, takes a rebound in game between Kutsher's and Alamac. at Montieello. Kaiamazoo's Manny Glasscr. 7. and Cincinnati's Joe Holup, coming in under basket, check him. (NEA) SEC Ruling Ruins Kentucky's Cage Slate-Only 10 Games Left I)y KVI.K VANCK BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (^-Kentucky, > icin|X>rnry castout from the conference ils basketball forces ruled with an Iron fist, tackled the project of filling 14 open dates on 1!.-, CUB,- si.ne today. Yesterday's one-year suspension from (he Southeastern Conference, an unpieccdi-iitcd penalty levied lor the school's laxity in administering (Us spoils program, left Kentucky with only 10 Ba mcs on ii- luird- Dirty Sox, Bankers Battle to Tie in CSL The Courier News Dirty y Sox and the Farmers Bank Money Chong- Ch'cnfro at St. litfn Louis night i>osi- wood schedule. TTI addition, the SEC ruled that miltee's punishment two football players were ineligible ! said they would not appeal it lo tl lor future participation and lined j conference as n whole Kentucky J500 for each of them. The basketball su.spemion was or- cxccflsivc but; ducted l;y Moore last May. Kentucky dered by l.he SEC Executive Committee. It means Kentucky can play no conference school for the duration of the. suspension, but leaves the Wildcats free to play any school outside the conference. In thin connection, however, the 6fcC dropped a hint thai Kentucky might have to rule on the eligibility of one or more basketball players before they would be accepted by the National Collegiate Athletic ANKiclation. It said Kentucky's sus- pTismn was for 'violation of rules end regulations" of the SEC. Only eligibility rules appear strong enough lo stand behind rv suspension. This ws.i taken as an Indication that Kentucky must remove the players who caused the suspension before It can meet outside learns belonging to tha NCAA. Already on its tentative schedule outside the SBC are St. Louis, Minnesota. Notre Dame. DePaiil and Xavier. On Ihe heels of the Executive Committee's announcement. SEO Commissioner Bernie Moore announced he was ruling two football players Ineligible for further athletic participation. 1'layrrs T.lslcd They sre Gene Donaldson, lagged by Coach Paul Bryant as a 'great." pro-sped and listed prominently for all - American consideration, and Chester Che.t Lukawskl. Both are guards and both are from East Chica:>o, Ind. Moore said Donaldson received nid o\cr ami above a Southeastern Conference scholarship. Lukawskt. lie said, received a cash inducement before cntriing Kentucky. Br. H. I,. Donovan, president of icky. said Ihe .school would nnt. The rulings by Ihe committee nad by Moore were based on findings o,« t ,., iu .,t covered by an investigation con- I Kentucky. asked to be hn-e^ti^ated after New- York Sam Streit criticized what he termed "hijihly commercialized and systematized" athletic operations al Midget League All-Star Squad Picked for Tourney An all-star team of 24 players was picked yesterday to represent Blylhevillc's Midget Baseball Lcamie in MunihVs invitational tournament for Little League teams next week. The all-star squad was picked at a meeting of team managers in the Commerce office. I', wus decided at /he nicetim' that BlythnviHe-'s two entries in the Manila tournament will be chosen from this snuad of 24 players. The:-players will be divided into twn"teams with one team to be known as North Blythcville and Ihe Joe Welch and Jack Moody slug- i olh<M ' as Solltn BJythevillc in the Welch, Moody Victorious in Rough Tag Bout VKS'IT.HDAV'S ItKSL'I.TS Suutliern League Little Rock 4 Birmingham 3 Nashville 8 New Orleans 7 Only games scheduled National League Chicago 10 51. Louis 2 IJoston 11-4 New York in-2 Phil-idelpliia 7-5 Brooklyn 2-9 ; -..'i-nl»ht Cincinnati 10 Pittsburgh 4 night American League New York 7. Boston 0 ! °''s batlled through five full innings in the Commercial Softball Lea Washington C-l. Philadelphia 5-2 : yesterday afternoon before darkness moved in to halt the e-vmo 'u Detroit at Cleveland ni e l,t post- | u , e k B ame » poned. 1.1111 I The game was declared no-con-*lest and it is scheduled to be replayed at :i later date. The game officially opened the* final week on the league schedule but chances are at least one more v:eek will be needed to play ofT all the -rained out and otherwise postponed games. This was the second time in the past Iivo weeks that darkness' has halted a same in which the second- c . j place Dirty Sox were involved. Last week, darkness halted their game with Duro-Chrome in the fifth inning. A fifth Inning double by Edsel Harber wilh a man on knotted the score for the Dirty Sox. They went into the fifth trailing by one run but Woody Hardy opened the inning with a single. Claude Sparks was out when a lair hit ball hit him on the base path, aiid Harber doubled to score Hardy. Sparks, with two hits in three Illness, Injuries, Cubs Team to Wreck Cards B> The Assoclalc^ Press , The weary St. Louis Cardinals have run up against some bad luck including Hank Sauer and Prankie Baumholtz, in winding up their long trip. With Enos Slaughter sidelined* 1 with neck pains, (he Cards lost I another regular when Third Base- " man Billy Johnson strained his i right arm with a fast throw Monday as the Chicago Cubs downed the Redbitds 10-2. i Manager Eddie Stanley was an-' oilier casualty. He has a heavy cold that has settled in his chest, and third base coaching post on the Johnny niddle took over Stanky's wet Chicago field. Saucr was the chief villain in Monday's game. He ran his league-leading siring of homers lo 30 by blasting one off Gerry Sta- tcy in the first inning and another oif Eddie Yuhas in the eighth. They were good for lour runs. Baumhollz and Sauer each had tlirce nils, as Ilie Cardinals lost their fourlb. game in five starts. The defeat was the fifth for Sialey :;i his last -six starts. He now has won 13 and lost 11. Stnnky, still on his feet despite) Iravs Shove Barons Deeper Ccllarites Blow Two-Run Lead and Are Handed 3-4 Los* The once proud and powerful Birmingham BaroiK are bumbling around in the Southern Association collar with no indication that they plan to leave. The luckless Barons blew a two- run lead last night and bowed to seventh-Hlac.e Little nock, 3-4—Birmingham's 14th loss in the last 17 games. _ _. ,,..._, An "'field error and a walk helptin: cold.' used Cliff Chambers' as j cd " le Travs score three unearned well as Staley and Yuhas and now ! runs in a seventh-place rally. That was exactly what Little Rock needed to wrap up the victory. The victory went to John Weiss. Ihe has employed 39 pitchers last 12 contests. Bob Sehult?., who replaced Turk Lown with the bases loaded in the iiftb, gained credit for the triumph. The Cardinals face Ihe Cubs a^'ain today, with Rookie Stuart Miller scheduled to pitch against ihe Cubs' Bob Rush, and are due home tonight. Miller was recently brought up from the Columbus farm club. The scheduled contest Monday night between the Browns and the " i Chicago White Sox at Sportsman's i Park rain. was postponed because of TODAV'S GAMES Siiiillicrn League Mcmpliis nt Atlanta Mobile at Chattanooga Hirminyham at Little Rouk New Orleans at Nashville National League New York at Brooklyn ni[;ht Col win (2-0) or Maylie lll-5l Eiskme (11-4). St. Louis at Chicago Milter id-OJ vs Rush 111-10). Boston at Philadelphia night Bickford (7-11) vs Drews 13-11). Only games scheduled. American .ensue Washington at New York niyhb Poncrficld (8-11) vs Sain 19-4) PLiiladelphia at Boston* night Scheib (6-41 vs Trout (8-91 Dei roiut Cleveland Wight (6-5) vs Feller (8-11). Chicago at St. Louis Stobbs (7-8) j homer. u'ltS \BritonsUke Foreign A , \f i s=\s- 'Art Better than Own At Yale; Oliver To Take Over LONDON (A 1 ) — British composer Williams says Britons are who scattered five hits. The Travi got to Ic.ier Bill Kennedy for nine, In the only 'other Southern game last night. Nashville shaded third-, 'L place New Orleans. 8-7. in a peppery?-* affair that almost* turned into brawl in the ninth. The Vois were ahead 7-5 going into the final inning. When the Pels scored their first of two runs in that frame, Vol Buster Boguskie ami Pel Paul Smith began shoving each other. Players from both dugouts charged onto the field, but although tension was hijh for several minutes, no licks were passed. grown variety. Williams told a folk music congress in London the British "can't believe any artistic, effort is good "artistic snobs" because they go for | unless It comes from another coun- forr-ign jirf. instead of the home- try. NEW HAVEN, Conn. M>|—Jordan Oliver, who joined the staff only a few months ago. was named Tuesday as Yale's acting head football cop.ch. He succeeds Herman Hickman. Hickman. one of the nation's best known coaches, quit yesterday for private business. The naming of Oliver and the resignation of Hickman. who had eight years to go on a 10-year appointment, came as big surprises. Hickman took a public relations job with the General Cigar Co. nf vs Bearden (5-2). times at bat, led the Dirty Sox at | New York. He also promised toTicin | the plate One of his hits was n | Olivar, when time permils, as a con• sultant and scout. Bed their way to a victory in the lag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouls at Memorial Auditorium last night. Sockeyc McDonald and Al bet/, who substituted for Red Roberts in the best two of three /alls, team main evpnt. loumaincm. Hitch team In the Blytheville-i league was awarded four berths on' Arkansas Golfers In Junior Meet EUGENE. Ore. I,P, John Clark of North Little Rock shot a 43-43— he all-star squad with no one 1 8(5 ,,«,,-,, hci - e yesterday in an 18, torn dominating Ihe selections. The, ilolc ol , :1 lif y i,,-. round for the Ka- se.ec ions were made by the coaches : t| nn -,i Jmiior chamber of Commerce , and then ponied Into one big squad. Jlmk)r Golf Tournament. - Members of the all-star (cam are: j TWO El Dorado Boilers also shot ! Players Listed lierryhill homered to lead the Bankers. Billy Baker went the route for the Sox. He limiicd the Money Changers to tour hits while he and his teammates were getting seven off Robert Cox. This afternoon, Duro-Chrome was scheduled to play the league champion Ark-Mo team in the final game on the schedule. Kiwanis club — James Prhctt, shot The bout followed the rough and i Wayne llolbrook. John McHalfey scoro was -15-40—85. Opening rounds rugged hues that was anticipated i and James Hiogdon; Yarbro — F.cf- I 5tart lotla >'on the Announcement of the honk-j win Moore. Clyde Griffin, Bill ing with free-for-all brawls fre- niienting the bout. Welch and Moody woi fall afler U rough minuli Wyalt and Jim Bruce; Lions Joe Brali-hcr. John Nelson. Billy flaney the first j "'"I dene Austin; American jBoros Beats Tarn Playoff War-Criminal Parole CHICAGO f/r,-Golfs golden Au- TOKYO (.-Pi—The Japanese cabi- | g»st visit by Santa Clans in the »:inii|it lo defend (he I,ukaw>ki licnred on their way to an easy vie- ! Glen tory but Ciet/ and McDonald had other ideas. They rallied lo sweep Ihe second fall in H minute and even the coiini The third (all was the roughest ap-! Charles Coaller. Larry FiUgerald.' net has decided to seek parole of i person of promoter Geort;e S. May Dale Howard and Hilly ] 240 Japanese war criminals of ! could be bilker and better next year Nonki's, Hotary — nob Jaroe. Billy i World War II who have served at! than his 3120,000 Tain O'Shanter Peterson, Billy Ross and Ronnie [ least one-third of their sentences. } show just closed. Hncy; Ja-vtii's — Jerry Drown. Jcr-! Foreign' Minister Katsuo Okazaki i Tllal should be good news to the Oliver was appointed acting head football coach for the 1952 season only. Hut. it was believed to be only technicality, depending on how the squad he inherits from Hickman performs. Probably not as well known nationally as Hickman, the 37-year- old, 6-foot-i Oliver is rated high within the football coaching fraternity. His experience includes six years at Vlllanova, where he also captained the II as a senior, and three years at Loyola ol Los Angeles. Hurf Fawn Recovering From Combine Wounds CEXTR.-1LIA. 111. (,p,—A baby deer .surprised by a wheat combine badly cut. up in a Southern Illinois field. The fawn _ children soon named it Bambi—was taken to Carlyle veterinarian who saved Us life. \V:th an amputated rear leg and IT J(o:!!!i-a'.;:lL, Mike Terry ami Jim ! was instructed to .seek the consent 'ifc« ot V. S. 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