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PACK SOt BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER TftVWt IR1WAT, ATWW8T II, Kiner s Big Bat Gets Cards Home Stand Off to Poor Start By The AwoHaled Prefl Big Ralph Kiner of the last-place Pitlsliiirgh Pirates nul a damper on the HI. Umis Cardinal homecoming Thursday night, anrl the .Cards lost, a full game in their campaign to overtake the second-place NPW York Giants. Klner humored twice to the Ipfl* ' ftHd bleachers BS the Cards drop- i ^^ , ._. » I *~. ^^ pcd the first (?sme of a lli-pamejf .-». tfinf I Or^< K^nt^dfC W X home stand 5-3 In 10 Innincs. Enrh \\^ VjUl I d I WWO UCj I I l\.t?l 5 7 JL \an * « In Replay of Tied Game of his big blows came with a man on and with Joe Presko pitching. The Cardinals, who now trail the Gfonts by three gamut and the pace-sett ins Hrnoklyn Podperp by 11, were leading 3-1 when Kiner cnmf lo bat in righlh. Kinnr's rtrlvft of more thnn 400 feet Hed the ecore. Then, in the 10th, Kiner riecfried the Ifiue *ith his 24th home run nf the season. Dirk Grofli Bcorcd ahead of Kiner each time. Benson Clouts One Tern Benson hit hi* first homor of the season, and the second of his major league career, in the seventh Inning Murray Dickson, the former Cardinal, marked up his nth victory sgainst 16 dpfeata nnri Presko, who has seven triumphs, \VM chnrged with his eighth defeat- Second Baseman Red Schoen- rtlcnst. who hnd hit ,^fely In 14 consecutive games, fulled to "got a hit In Ihri-c tune* at bat. Tn addition to the 9,524 paying fans, about fi,OQQ youthful baseball players ot the Khoury league nnd friends were in the stands as guests of the Cardinals, QeorK* Khoury, founder or the Khoury Bascbnil Assoriatoin. was honored for his contribution to the "younjr baseball players of the St. LonU area- Tha Browni hnrt *n oi>«n date Thursday. The second-plflre Dirty Sox of the Courier Nrws n<l<lnrt another victory W> fhelr Conimfircial Softball League record yep'^rilay as they turned bflck th» Farmers Bank Money Changers 9-2 in a reply of a tied B"mB at Mr^loney ParJc, / Stock Car Club Holds Meeting Group U Sponsoring Walker Park Races Biytheville's newly oi'Kanl/otl Stock Car Club, sponsors at l.wicn- R-week *toclc cnr ranrs al Wfvlker Park, Rnyp It. plnn.^ U> cmUlnue It. 1 ; rows throughout the rest o< the season. Th9 chib held K« second mftpling Wertnfifday nlsht in the- Jaycop club room ftnd voted to nontlnua to spnn- eor the rflrps In nn fiffort to promote fmtomobne rachiK In Blythe- viile. Tli« chtb was formed Aug. * ftlltl It I* «impos«rt of stocX car racinp enthtislnst, 1 ;. At Wednesday night's mcetlnc, Ihe c)(ib gave * vote of thank. 1 ! t/7 Richard ClnrX of OnruthM-sville. Mo., who ha. 1 ? supervised the rarp« her* this season. Club officers are J. O. Kills, Jr., president; Frnnfc Ashby, vie* president; ind Lester Godwin, »«re- terj. Members of the Board of Directors are Dr. John Q. Elliott, Prank 6eay, rTershe! Oonley, Joe Majors and Pred CnHlhan. t/'.nns battled l/> pamp that was: ; after t\ve. in- i same I Osceola Names Junior Coach N«w Staff Member Will Handlo Boxing OBGEOLA- O«»riln High Sr.llool has added » new fooltall nnrt foxtng coach *o Ha coaching -=;tu(T. He U Bill Williams a! Celt* SUte Techers Colicpc. Clevelanrt, Mi who hfl« b«Pn nppolnltrt to hnndle Junkjr high football Rnrt the school's Golden Gloveft boxing program. Coich Williama I: > Mid-South Golden Olove» champion of last winter and went to thp. flnnU of the Chicago Golrton Gloves. Ha was formerly director of McGehee's Boys Club for two years. RESULTS American I^^jtue New York T WnshinRton 2 Boston 5-4 Phltndelphia. 4-2 Hrst 3me 1^ Innings Chlcn^o 2 Detroit 0 ten innings Only games scheduled ivftmday, the tw a fi-6 rlrnw in hailed hy darkn ninKR of play. was a I'eplny of thpt ronie.st. Tlie Courier s^wed up the victory in the first InnhiR. R^nrint; thrfc runs on n double bj - Clniulf Sparks find a Fflrmer JJnnk error. They ndrlod t w ,] Insnianre runs in the .second nnd four more In the fifth. Hilly Baker was the winning pitcher as he K( the Bunkers down wilh Just two lul.s. One i>! Dimn hits was a home run by losing pitcher Robert Cox In IHc thinl inninc. Tlie Money Cruiser;.' olher hii wns a siriKle l>y Hoean In the fitth, which was turned into n ru». , The Dlrl.y Knx col Dvr- lill.i r,IT Ci>x bul they were divided evenly among five players. Tech Cards 8-Game Slate Wonder Boys Open Against 1 Oklahomans RUSSFILLVII.MC. Ark. l/r>, -- Arkansan Tenh fnollwll tram h.i.5 cnrrtrtl eiRht fnnl.l>nU «:imrs this full. .John E. .Turfcer; director of nthlot.ii's, announced yrstr/rrtnv. The Wonder Roy« open Ihefr *m- fm hen? Srpl. IB 'minimi Kn.it Cen- trnl of Atln. Okla. The first AIC .461 I same will he nt. home Oct. I against .430 Southern Slate. The remainder of tlie schedule: Ocl. 11—Northeast S«ito College of Oklahoma at Tahlequah. Oct. 18—Arkansas Slate Teachers here. Nov. I—Arkansas A. nnrt M. at Monlirello. Yankee Stadium a Havw To Nationals Oldtimers B.r RALPH KOttEM Htli Jaycees Triumph In Midget League Yarbro Defeated 7-1 At Ninth Street Park; Loop Hears Climax Associated Free* Sport* Looking for the Fountain of Youth? If you it at St. Augustine, Fla., try the Yankee Stadium. A number of form«f Leaguers hav« found the stadium to be just what the doctor ordered. Supposedly washed up, the Yanks* colony of ex-National Leaguer* hav» not only prolonged their day» til ttu house that Ruth built but have ahe jacked up their bank accounts. Johnny Schmitx is the latest «en- lor circuit discard to find life with Casey Stengel extremely pleaunt. Stengel. who grew old before hii time while managing weafc teami at Boston and Brooklyn In the National League, gave Schmiti his first start In the "new land' Thursday. The one-time Chicago and Brooklyn lefthander responded with n 7-1 JAVC'KK MWCETS-Shown nbovc I« another one ol the six teams In Blythevil.e's first- Midget I^afiue. This group te sponsored hy the Junior CharrjbPr of Commerce and yesterday it handed Yarbro a. 7-1 licking Jn its Tinal name of tin* sea- son, Team members are (front row, left to right) Jimmy KiNeU, Mike Tervy, Jesse Taylor, Jank Renfro nnd .ferry Rounsavall. Back row — La mar Wheat, Paul Gotorlh, Jimmy Hayi.ios, Jerry Brown and Jimmy Hall. (Courier News Photn) Pro Rams, Collegians Clash Tonight; No Bonuses at Stake By CUAR1.KS CIIAMBKK1.AIN CHICAGO Wt —II the L/>s Antielp.s Rams defeat the college all-stars in the 19th game of Ihe big foor.- hnll elawie at Soldier Field tonight it will be largely through the mertium of spirit to win. No extra cash honmes will be attached as an incentive. Sources close to the Nntinnnl Footbnll I.ejiRne champions, owned hy six millionaires, are positive that Iliere hns been no pi'ornise of extra money. They srvy the Rams really want to win this one, bill good. The be'tint! fraternity believes * — • '• Ihnt the Rams ran do It it they The Junior Chamber of Commerce's Midget League baseball team scored five runs In (.he second Inning yesterday afternoon and *then went on to defeat Ihe Yarbro ' Co-Ops 7-1 rU the Ninth Street: Pfirk. | The game was one of the best i played in the league this year with | URhl defensive* ptay being fch« Jay- • cees' s longest point. The Jaycees' pulled one double play and picked , a runner off second in the flve-in-j ninp fray. ; Jerry Brown, who went all the' \\'!\y, was the winning pitcher. He hnsted Kdwin Moore, who went the i route for Ynrbro. ( The victory was the Jaycees 1 : fourth of the senson against six victory over Washington. The victory boosted tha Tanks'" margin over the second plac« Cleveland Indians to Hire* game*. "Th« Indians and St. Louis Brovms wers idle. . Schmftz Rot his chance as Stengel \va.s saving his regulars for the important fniir game series against the third placs Red Sox which opens in Boston today. The.Red sox pulled to within 4% games of the Yanks by sweeping a doublehcader from the Philadelphia Athletics, 5-4 fu iS-inninj;s nnd 4-2. The Chirapo White Sox downed Detroit. 2-0,- in 10-inningfi in the re- detents and the loss was the fifth. maining American League game. of the year for Yarbro. Giving the Meanwhile, in the Natioal League, Co-Ops n .son won-Iost average. ['the second place New York Giants Only two more games are to be lent Brooklyn's lead to eight. Barnes played in the Iracue and Ihcy will. by nipping the Dodgers, 4-3. In ! be played next week. Nation*) T.caKue New Vovk 4 Hrookl.vn 3 Philadelphia S Uoslon 3 Cincinnati 4 Chlcaco 1 PiltshnrKh 5 St. Louis 3 10 in- ritngs, night Kouthnrn l,«airun IJttl* nock 3 Birmingham 0 Memphis is Atlanta 5 N«w Orleans 5 Nashville 3 Otoflttrmooga 5 Mobile 3 TOUAY'S National League. He.w York at Boston Sain r« Hudson n-P) WashinRton nt Philadelphia 8hen (9-S) w Shniilj (20-4) St. Tx)\i!s nt Cleveland Byrne (fill! vs Giircla (14-81 Only games -vhednled Nov. 8— Henderson State Teachers hore. Nov. 14— Little Rock Junior College here. Nov. 22 Collrne of the Oxirks a I Clnrksville. Radio Station Plugs for Art NEW. YORK Wi — The nrl.i — modern pnlntinp. architecture, opera. classical music — are about (o he sold to the radio audience as if seriously set their mind to Odds favoring the pros fluctuated i from seven to I3 f -'i point.s. depending j on which Loop corner you turn. | There are Quite a few takers for this all-star bunch, tuned up as. probably never before tinner the ex- j pert scrutiny of Head Coach Bobby Ondd of Georgia Tech and his sUtff, 'Die bitterness of a 33-0 lacing the all-stars took from the Cleveland Browns a year ngo Is hard to swallow. Thifi year the 54-player squad has bfien selected so care- j ftiljy that Coach Jumbo Joe .Styrla- I liar of the Rams sincerely proclaims j that he cun't detect a single weakness in It. Sima Hurls Lookouts Over Mobile; Chicks Beat Crax By STEKl.ING SLAPPEY Al Sinia. the Sahib from Mahwah, look his 20th victory last night and if he wiU hurry np he can become the Southern Association's second 25-game winner since 1040. The night was rough and the going wiif* rocky but (he Sahib made it, 5-3, for his Chatt.nnooga I/iokouts over Mobile. He WHS in nnd out. of trouble, he gave up 12 hit.s and he needed relief. But the „.... football series 'will begin at a J/net he's already won 20 games nm <CST) with the DuMonf, net- almost assures him another looking work cbJinnelins it to TV sets coast! over by the Washington Senators const nnd mutual beaming it At. any rate, the Ifith annual all- Midget League Team Guests of Rotations MeiTiberf o/ fhe I?ntary Cltjh's Midgei I^acue baseball team M-ere guests at yesterday's meeting of the club. K. J. Cure. \vho 'vllh Vaughn S*arnes. coaches the. team. Intro- dticert team members and Kave bat- tine avr-raTs of thp playfrs. Rnweil Philiips. Jr. showed the group the Ford Mn'or Co film rlert- ica'.eci to yoniK^ters learning the gsmc of bn-cball. Guest* nt the meetiiiR Included Mo-=e.i Sliman anri Ray Hone It. Lnxcra: A. H. Wrhb. Sicrle; Erncsl, Stn-j!. Little Rock, anri Ted Wciorts, Boston at, Ne»- York 2 Wilson (109) and Bnrdette IS-5) v« Koslo (16) and Lnnlor 15-1) Philadelphia at Brooklyn Roberts Clfl-6> vs Lanrirlinl ll-fl) Pittsburgh at Si. LoniR Nwciai (0-D vs Clark (2-C) or Chambers (4-3) 1 Onlj- gamee scheduled Southern TiCAptie Mnmphis at- AtJ.TniR Mobile nt Chattnnonca New Orleans R|. Nashville Only games scheduled they were soap chips, beer or chlorophyll. New York City's Independent sln- llon WNKW wit! soon start singing HIM? nuisirnl Jincli's plucking longhair pleasures. For instance, one jrt?z.v jluglr starts: "Mnybfi Mr. Bach, wrote tunes that didn't rork, . ." It sor-= on (<> ndviSR giving | an par to bis music. Another not PS i (hat- prnnk 1 laughed nt. Rembrandt when his style was new and folioWR by ndmonishinp: "When ynti look nt modern art, j rton'l huiph with consternation. [ "Just Irmk Rwhllo and mavbp : you'll ?rnhp and smile filled with; admiration." | The. singing Jlnzle plugging R ; non-commercial prnduct !s the idea | of Berenire Judis, ninna^cr of (he ' strvfion. The stntirm picked up a • handful nt nwnrrls R fo.vv years Viack ; with sincrri? i-ciriuncrrJals on toler- ; anrr. safely nnd other concepts of I public service. I to likewise by vndio. The game itself wiil draw nearly 90,000 to the arena. IVMCT to t Carry WMCT, Memphis' 'iplevisioji elation will carry the gnme. The wentherman says Ihunder showers threaten, nnd whether the f t.urf Is wet or dry mny make a big j dtfferenrn as thp two T formation I jusgernants collide. i Thn collepinns have won six i camrs, Ued two nnd lost 10 In the in City Softball Standings COMMERCIAL LEAGUE nexi spring. This is Sima's eighth season in pro b.-iJl since he left MaJr,rah. N.J., I and it's his best one. The 25-victory ' m.irk is his next goal. Al is Chat! tnnooea's first 20-pnme winner .since 1941 and tho second since 1935. Only ni ni* I siokod U ha ve won 20 or more since the Southern^was founded.- Chirks Besl Crax Siina's virtory was timely since fir.st place Atlanta, lost to Memphis. 12-.i. Chattanooga now is only one- hnlf game out of first place. Seldom has Atlanta looked so bad and .seldom h».s Memphis hit so well. Thp Chicks got 20 hit,s and Thoroughly whipped the Cracknr.s. 5-3. and Little Hock shutout Birmingham, 2-0, George O'Donnell won his fifth j without interruption lor New Or- | leans and Dale Long hii, his 2flth| homer—the best long ball mark in the league. Five singles were all that Birmingham could get off Milo JohnT son. Anri f five is all Little Rock could p?( off Johnny Maekinson. .But, I.ittlf> Rock bunched their? propprl.v. Lit Me Hork has n'on 15 out ol 22, Team KiLou-a tiers Dirty Sox Money Changers . -. Planters 1-iL'alher Pullers BAY WINDOW Lifrrs . OhevvoloLs . Mead's Plowboys ,. Moose YMCA W. 13 in 4 12 . 1ft . 10 .. 5 ,'. 3 .. 3 J other games, the Philadelphia Phils defeated the Boston Braves, 5-3; Cincinnati! whipped Chicago/ 4-1; nnd Pittsburgh conquered the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-3, in 10-inntngs in the major's only night game. Hard-workmp Al Corwin turned in a fine relief job to enable the Giants to shade the Dodger*. Corain allowed only two hits in th» last four innings to protect Sal Mng- lie'p I2ih victory. Pnt. Ralph Klner blasted his 23rd and 24th homers to lead" the Pirates to .538victory over the Cards. Kiner tied .4-14 the score with a two-run two-out .471 belt in the eighth and won thp. game .250 with a similar clout in the loth off Joe Presko. Little Murray Dickaon went the distanre to gain his llth victory for .Pittsburgh. 9 .250 A M M A N. .Torda n UP>—The Jor- d;inian go\ r erninent -and the United States Point Four Administration have signed-an agreement covering Foreigners Serva In Indian Capacities NEW DELHI Iff 1 }— A total of «W foreigners, mainly British, are serving in various capacities in India's civil and military services, an official .spokesman said in Parliament. Most of them are under contract Their last victory \vas in 1950 when a ponderously rfefensii'fl squnrt. brushed off the PhiiaOelphia KBglos 17-7. Defense m«y piny an Imprirtanl part tonight, nllhouph Ibr 1952 all- | Memphis is now .OOna percentage croup has pivrn up weipht to } P°' nts out of lhe rirst ^vision. The 1 J h • "•"'—- Memphis' eighth pet, speed. Thnt speed will Tie usrd fn rush Ram passers Norm Van Rrocklln and Bob Waterfield. It's nbout the only strategy that can stop the ! pro's mighty aerisil jrame. Dniid has mode no secret of hi^ 1 virtus lo counter fire with firp— Dint, 1 Is PJI.-:K for pa .vs. He has the ctiuipmriU in tricpermen Vit.o Pa- rllll of Kentucky, Darrell Crawford of Ocoreh Tet:h and Dill Wade of VimrierhilL. He has some exreUcnt irrctv^rs. nt end and just as m/my nt VmUb?ck. About 125,nflfi bcav'fr kpn in thp U, ,S. In 10 victory was Memphis' eighth in no caincs in Atlant Now Orleans defeated Nashville, Midget League Standings Lions / American Lecton Yarbro Rotary , JayCPCS ,., Kiwanis ..... .. Pet .S89 .fifiT .J500 .444 .400 .111 Rrati Cnnn'rr Npws CM.S51 fieri Ads Employe Overpayment Brfngs Out Penoffy I NEW YORK i,ri--Foiir lirm? In thp. Now York arnA that paid Hipir rtnployos too much, wore pnnalifctrt SU.217 in trvx rtisallownncrs. rr- jiort,-5 ibfi rrcioiml office of Ihr \Vae*> SlnhillTALtnn RpRrd. 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