The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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' PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS EARLY LAST LEAP Fullback Steve Van Duicn went < ut with n dislocated knee .shortly after this hcie-comcs-foolball picture was taken Jit the Philadelphia Eagles' crimp ia Hershey. Pa. I.e. Wheeler blocks Norm Willcy, left, as Johnny Magce lakes out .Franh Wydo, (NEA) 6-Hit Performance of Rookie Re-Kindles Cardinals' Hopes WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13,' 1982 By JACK HAND Associated Press SporU Writer Stu Miller's sensational debut with the St. Louis Cardinals recalls the "good old flays when pitchers like Bill Hallahan, I)ir/y and Paul Dean, Howie Pol let and Harry HPP/'hfifiii oc/i/l t/. TIM it j-inf y~vf tho f'nff} fm*w, r- ,»-^> *-_,,„-. .. L. f.. 11 . * Legion Juniors Armorel High Nine 8-1 pop out of the Card Houston, Columbus ;mcl Rofihry-t- * — fr usually were lonrlrrl with h'fui, | hungry young men who could [ throw R hall ihronpji n lirlck wall , and Insso a calf with their curve , bflJJ. I Since (tie w.'ir, tn!fnt lias cornc I in drills nnd (Jrabs, More nnd more • Ihc Card managers have hnd to ' lean on thr; okl .stanrlhys of other | years. FclIo'A'B like Al Rrnzle and Dechren. / Now cnines Millar, n 21-year-old righthander with an 11*5 record at [ Oohimbu.s, to fit rind the Chirsso' Cubs on their ears with a .six-hil sliuloiH, 1-0. HnJ Rlrc's first-inninji .single (hnf scored Hod Gchoeiulienst proved to bo all (lint was iirednd t" hand Bob Hu.s-Ji his Mth foss ntjrf second >, straight 1-0 dnfoui. ' Tui:ke<i »way in n corner nf most \ prtfjef.s- Tuosdny ni^lif was- nnnthcr ' .siory that inay have an important i btniriny on the. Cards' drive to j narrow Kooklyn's .Vmt. j system each fall. • Harvr-y Ii;i<ld:\. H III Icfthiiiidc-cl pitcher. «as „..,. | from the Army yesterday to re- j .loin the Cardinals immediately. | Hndrtlje Just helped pitch hfs Ft. ni.x [ team Into tile national semi-pro The BIylheville American Lefiion Juniors grit two-hit pitching from j ^g'r'™™"!', ''V. ]' 51)f '' C hiUl "" | Jan Hayder Monday as they turned hack the Armorel High School nine J it's not likely, ljul it could he i 6-1 at Number Nine Park. Inn', Miller and Hmklix may make! : * Raydcr faced only 23 hatters in I "'", Car '! s * rMl " lr , C!lt to t> > 1 '- \ Ihe seven Inning conlcst nnd the ! Do '.«°'" ; '" tl >° S 'X '«<*» to come, one run Armorel cot wns um-nrn-i , c , Nc ' w York Oli i nt -s won't stall i ed. U came in fho first inmn K i "" y lttic i" 1 ,'™? 0 ',"1 *"•'•'•, "' '?'" became dnfmlte last night vhpn their pchfdiiteci ni<:ht game at REGISTRATION BLANK Fishing Rodeo Walker Park Aug, 23 and Aug. 27 I, Ihc undersigned, <ln hereby apply for registration In Ihc Rlythevillc Fishing Rodeo at Walker Park. J certify (fiat I am not older than 15 years of age and (hat I will comply with all rules and regulations of fhe rodeo lo the fullest extent. Ace N;ime Address Race (.Midi or take registration blank to Police Department in City Hall) NATIONAL IBAGUB Brooklyn Neu- York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pitshurgh W 71 62 64 57 55 46 47 (IB I'd. 683 ,596 9 .511 11 .523 18 .505 18'i .434 .423 .381 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta [ Chattanooga New Orleans Mobile Memphis ! Wile Hock ' Birmingham W L 70 51 66 55 Bfl 58 63 60 62 63 67 68 54 71 Pet .812 .496 ,432 Crackers Outlast Chicks 7-6 in 11-Inning Thriller By The Associated I'reM John Ruckor and Harry Hannebrink turned on the ten sion in Atlanta last night and I hen settled the issue in o»» of the Southern Association's best games of the season The upswinging Memphis Chicks, trying to shake away from the run single for the Crackers ant! Ihen Hannchrink lifted a lazy ;econd division and win a playoff single into short left scorlmr r£^ ^ l , ^, l r."" 1 :.!?" ' I"? L*°* Si »-* *«" *J wLnfr^ DiCk over first place Atlanta going into the hottoni of the ninth. Hucker .565 dirt away with that advantage with .515 ,l,ls llih homer of the scnson which .532 scored two runs. . Neither team scored In the 10th. In the llth Memphis shot two runs ahead. Pinch hitter Gene sou hit a two- New York Cleveland I Boston Washington Philadelphia , Chicago | St. Louis Detroit AMERICAV LEAGUE W L Pet. OH 65 46 ,53i] 62 48 .564 51 49 58 52 55 51 58 55 48 65 37 74 .538 5 .527 6 .519 7 .513 8 .425 18 .333 28 Bearden Is Bes! ii •Miffing Pitcher King Gets Copyright On His Compositions Pirates Ask Yankees $50,000 for Dickson YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Southern League Little Rock 9 Brmtngham 8 (10 innings) Atlanta 7 Memphis 6 (11 innings) | New Orleans 12 Nashville 5 Mohile 10 Chattanooga 3 . stolen and on a walk, : WASHINGTON W')-Seven new' '"'If'" c '™'unpublished musical compositions! llK> Jua{ ors pounded two of the King of Slam (Thailand) i "I 0 ™,, "'"'Jfrs for n total of were recently brought hv nn cnils-'" sary to the U.S. Copyright. Office for copyright registration. One of the compositions is entitled "March of the Hoyal Bodyguard;" another is "Life's Destiny —Elegy." [ Brooklyn was mined out. •- their anniversary of the lly I.ES 1IIEUEIIMAN NEA Special Correspondent PITTSBURGH iNEAt-The Yankees are still Interested in Muiry HavmKJDlckMU.. despite the acquisition of Johnny Schmitz from the Dod B ers. or the errors gave them nn easy victory. Four ol Hie Keven hits came in the second inning when the Juniors scored seven runs-. Five push In i^ht douhlehcndcr walks Along with the four hits accounted for the big inning. _ i The Juniors scored their other The blood of oysters IE colorless, tally in the seventh InnliiK ot error. WHIZ GIRL—Berridge Long looked ox'er the grc-etis winning from defending champion Marjorie Lindsay and two others to become the youngest player ever to reach the fcmi-flnals* of the 52-ycsr-olrl Women's Western. The Huntinjton, W. Va.. miss is 15. (NEA) Illytheville 'ones ss Mosley It lamer 2h Whlsenhunt 3b Stanley 3h Bynum cf Hnlstead rf . R. Hall Ib '. Hall Ib 'ounsnvnll o Rayder p Totals Armorel Brown ' S3 Cockran c El. Ashmore If Bnutshnw 3b ! arm on 2b Cassidy rf Dyer rf-p B. Ashmore Ib Hughes p-cl Totals RainHaltsBWL Play; Lifers Get 15th Win Rain washed out action in the Bay Window Softball League yes- 'THIRTY NEXT STOP—noh- by Shatil? not to do this again until i u - won 30 pmp The pmt.sizod left- hander became (bo ,- irf , m .,j or leaguer to win 20 when he turned back the Ii<d Sox before nn overflew crowd r,i 35.67.1 H was the Athletic;' largest turnout in lour years. (NEA) COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE Otho Curtnor Over n years txncrienrc In (tie commercial r*fri;rratton ropalr business assures \ou of exitcrt service. Plume 'Id 12 Fred Callihnn Itadio Service triple by Rayder nnd at Hl'ooklyn today I'lills Ilnlnril Out The Boston nt Philadelphia [>amp in the National was washed otit nnd Pittsburgh and Cincinnati were not scheduled. Rain kept both Ihe Neiv York an Infield j Yankees nnd runiieriip Cleveland | Idle yesterday. The Ynnks' home Huphes started on Ihe mound lor i "'K' 1 !- Kame with Washington wns Armorel hut was relieved In the j pul nver (0 mnke n dmiblehoader second by Jerry Dyer, who played todn.v. Cleveland's home date with for the Blytheville loam during Ihe regular season. Hughes was •hnrged with the loss AD 3 2 4 1 0 4 •3 1 1 4 27 AB 3 n 3 2 Detroit also was rained out Boston lost a chance to aain on Ihe leaders by dropping a 13-hminK came to the Philadelphia A's, who [now trail the Yanks by only 7'.; 'lengths. Jimmy Dyck took matters Into his- own hamls to power the St. Louis browns to a 3-2 win over the Chicago White Sox in 12 inn-, ings. Dyck's first homer tied Ihe score In the eighth and his second won the came for Gene Bearden in the I2lh. Bearrten, Cleveland's pennant-winning hero In 1046, allowed only live hits in posting his sixth comeback victory. About 75 per cent ol the Eiiro- _ pcan demand for u. S. coal is for 1 metallurgical grades. 0 + All they need to get him is nod from Branch Rickey The Pirates have had waivers '' nickson since July 2 n n <i already turned down one Yankee offer. A n extremely reliable New York sotlrce told me that the Pittsburgh club want.? S50,000 cash and a yourjK pitcher now in the minors. The Yanks are BACK IN MOTION — Pat Harder wears a toy hadgc, given to him by teammates, during prc-season grid practice. The big Detroit fullback, a Marine mili- jnry policeman in World War II, is running for the sheriff's job of Wisconsin's Milwaukee county. (NEA) Aging Tom Sharkey Fighting Loneliness from Hospital Bed Murry Dickson National League St. Louis 1 Chicago 0 New York at Boston, rain Boston at Philadelphia (rain) American I^caRitc 51. Louis 3 Chicago 2 (n Innings) Philadelphia i Boston 3 (nlght- 13 innings) Washington'at New York (night) postponed, rain. Detroit&t Cleveland, postponed, rain. TODAY'S GAMES Southern League Memphis at Atlanta Mobile at Chattanooga Birmingham at Little Rock (2) New Orleans at Nashville (3) National League New York at Brooklyn (2-tiay- night) Boston at Philadelphia (2-twi- night) Cincinnati at Chicago American League Washington at New York (2) Chicago at Detroit fnieht) St.. Louis at Cleveland (2-tin-!im; to go for the money. The player involved Is holding up the deal. The Bucs offered Howie Pollet or Ted Willts, hut the world champions are holding out for Dickson. Giants, Rums Slipped The Giants nnd Dodgers slipped I •_> A . ,» up somewhere along the'line put- I f\ >OjQ Rf JfWC ting in a waiver claim for Dickson. * '•' *J^?*~ A^ la 1*1.2 .and the Pirates are free to deal! him as they see fit, to any club in (lie American League. The pirates must receive a great deal, in return for Dickson to sat- Philadelphia at Boston Iraq Royalty To See Bum Giants Play NEW YORK (/PI—King Pels a 1 Hi Browns' Hurlcr Tops Majors with .395; Jo'nnny Sain Second NEW YORK I/PI— Gene Bcarden of the St. Louis Browns, a '>0 9 lifetime batter up to'this season, has blossomed out as the major leagues' best hitting pitcher. Bonrdcn, n lefthanded batter, has collected 17 hits in -!3 limes nt hat for a remarkable .395 average. The htlrler. used frequently by St. Louis nt a pinch- hitter' thi? year, had nmrie oniy 41 safeties in 302 cries through J 51. Gene is in his firth major league season and first with the ^ Browns. Jo'nnnv Sain, Crne Bcarrlen M CW Yo ,. k Yan . kees' veteran mov.nd.sman, is the only other pitcher close to the .300 mark. Batting from the right side of the plate. Sain shows a .233 nvcrasre with 15 base hits In 53 trips to the plate. Among his hits are four doubles, one triple and one homer. flush Tops in N". L. Bob Rush of the Chicago Cubs is the top National League hitting pitcher at .273. The South Bend (Ind.) fastballer, also a righthand- ed swinger, has 18 binsrlcs in 66 times at bat. Figures include Tuesday's pntns. Behind Bearden and Sain in the American Lcacui 1 , comes Washington's Frank shea with a .250 mark. The rotund ex-yankee has 13 hits in 43 at bats. . . Herman Wehmeter of the Cin- -cinnati Reds nnd Pittsburgh's Murry Dickson are giving Hush a battle for National League honors. Wehmeier, nt .273, has made 13 hits in 48 appearances and Dickson After three runs in toe Atlanta won, 7-6. Lookouts Beaten ( Chattanooga picked a poor Hme to lose, 10-3, to Mobile. The oVe- feat dropped the Lookouts 314 games behind Atlanta. New Orleans slugged almost as hard against Nashville to win 12-S. rhc j'elicnns scored five times In the first on only one hit. A nash- ville error in the eighth let three more New Orleans runners home. A game slightly like the Atlanta- Memphis battle game off in Little Rock where the Travs won from Birmingham. 9-8, in 10 innings. Hal Simpson scored Little Rock's winning run on n .squeeze bunt down the first base line. Uruguay won its Independence from Spain in the 1820s and 1830s. isfy Pittsburgh fans. I'm nfrairi of Iraq begins a month-lon<* tour r.f i who has compiled more hits. 21, money wouldn't answer the purpose.! United States today with a rccep- than a ">' other major league flinp;- A couple of good players in the | tion at City Hall and a royal cheer "" '" "' "" """ New York farm system would be '— (1 -- " - l ~' • ' — •• the ticket. The Yankees feel that Murry Dickson would be pennant insurance. ' •«»K'rrplMr;T=^ K ,» r "=' V -? l wh ° exctl!ln R ea Punches with tho SAN FRANCISCO MV-Smlor Tom j first lour heavyweight champion's Sharkey, once a cloved terror of under the Marquis "of Qurcnsburyi the rinp, now is fighting a serious -—'-- "*'-- - • possibly his final—battle. —. His opponents nre old nge, fccble- nass nnd loneliness. Sharkey is confined to n beri in Snn Frnnclsco hospital. He enlcrcti the Institution penniless. Friends have como to Ms aid. rules. They are'John L. Sullivan, i James J. Corbctt, Bob Fitzsim-1 Nardico Is Favored in Bout for the Bums at Ebbets Field. The 17-year-old monarch, who landed ye-sterday on the Queen Mary, is to be received by Mayor Vincent Impcllitteri at noon after a parade up lower Broadway. Then his aides are to tnke htm out to the New York Giants-Brooklyn Dodgers ball game. While Frisnl is i;, this country he will study irrigation projects and other American techniques. er. is at the .269 mark. HOMECOMING — Rev. Bob Richards grinned nnd waved to well-wishers as he passed through customs at New York's International Airport, upon arrival from Helsinki. The vaulting parson carried with him the pole which he used to establish , a new Olympic Games record of 14 feet HV4 inches. (NEA) . , mnns and James J. Jeffries, Eharkcy was born In Dundalk, Ireland, Nov. 26.. 1873. He is approaching his 70th birthday.. In the ring, he never asked for nor gave quarter. He was a barrcl- In league nonn Parker Maddux, banker, and Louis chested strongman, standing flTcet Lurie. financier, nro,members of|8'i Inches. His fiphtinc weight a comrrlUce which has undertaken ranRcd from 180 to 1S5 pounds. He to collect a fund for the old-time spotted rivals 30 pounds ano 1 more. | pwilisfs needs. Contributions have | In 1696. Shnrkcy boxed a fonr- ibecri small. Less than Sl.OOO is on ' round draw with" Corbctt in Sun hand for medical ntul other aid. i Francisco, a throe-round no ricri- terday postnnnlnE n scheduled game hotween Sullivan - Nelson Chevrolet and ihe Moose Club. The game will be played at a Inter rial Ihe Icfisiie-'leadlne American' Never a champion himself,! 5 ' 011 contest with Sullivan in New United Lifers racked up their I r jth i Sr " kl-y 1 "«'' (l thc bps t in his day. | York City and won on an oiijtvrh win of the reason ngninst a Mn-| r j Hn is lhc on| J' " I8n " llve lortay j ln " nri f <"'' lr <"" Fitzslinmons in San Fiaticisco. by d.iwnhii; the 51 Implement I Company's PLmvboys 11-3. I the !osm R pitcher «-=!£?= tf - s= £v£fg£ss The firrt phonnsraph company ——___ justjisk for bourbon . J1 sskfoi CLEVELAND M>)—Danny Nardico s a 2-1 favorite to repeat, the trimming he gave Lain Saiotln whet, the light heavyweights meet would be satisfied It 3.500 paid to pee the return 10-ronnd bout, which will hp televised (CBS). 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