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April 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Cleveland Runs Unbeaten String Te Seven I 'Joe DIMftggio, Jr., studies an action phnln nt hli favorite Info| ball player. Joe, Sr., at Yankee «tadium. Boy plays on school team. ' BAJflAll" FANS-the nation over-are wondering how the perennially ,«trong New York Yankees will do now that Joe DIMaggio haa hung up nt» spikes, lor good. This will be DiMag's first season as a television ;nart«tor Inatead'of a player. But maybe by I960 another Joe UIMafgto '--Junior--will be crowding Into tns lineup. I International Hounafihotati ON BATTING RAMPAGE Kluskewski Lives Up To Promise; Vowed He'd Do Better This Year Pittsburgh-iyp)-Blg Ted Kluszewski made'a solemn promise in spring training that the 1082 bsse- rJs',1 season would be different. Cincinnati's slump-ridden first Pile Oinfmen. Free $1.0Hube Noted Clinic Melttt Met! Unusual Offer lo Any Afflicted . Person--No .Coupon-- No .Charge In order to/introduce to anyjne .who is affliited.;with'-Piles (Hemorrhoids) or -any similar rectal condition, the Thornton Minor Clinic will send free on request, without payment or .obligation, a full-size ·.tl.O'b" tube of Thointon Minor Pile Ointment--free - and postpaid. Please tsend your full neme and address, age, and. tell us how lofi'g. .you., have 'been troubled--and whether or not you have been or are now usii. fc an ointment or suppository o! any kind. This offer Is limited and may be withdrawn at any time, so we surest you wirte at once. Address Thornton Minor Clinic, 911-C Linwood Blvd., Kansas City 3. Mo., and be sure to include all the information asknd for above. No risk, no bill or charge of any kind. Pittsburgh ° ul ' » St. Louis ttut) Th^'.nome run-slugging Cleve- ind 'Indians apparently are planning to get a mg lead at an early date in their bid lor the American League Pennant. The Tribe won numbers six and seven in a row yesterday, from the floundering Detroit Tigers, 3-2 and 7-2. In the opener Luke Easter pounded out . a ninth - Inning homer to settle a tight pitching duel between Bpb Lemon and Art "Hard-luck" Hou'.temari. Steve Grornek came on in the afterpiece Jo register a win .as he li'Ju the Tigers to five hits while Ills mates were pitinding out four h'jmers. Al R'v,*n connected for two with the sacks empty a id Pflf Reiser and Ray Boone e.ich i.rt a four-master'with a''man on base. Lary Doby, the Tribe's peerless center fielder was removed from the first game with a pulled muscle in his right leg. He suffered the same injury last season. ·The feuding St. Louis Browns arid Chicago White Sox split a double-header with Ned Carver winning the opener for the Browns and Billy Pierce picking up the second fame lor the Sox. The score's were S-0 and 2-10. Carver, who is taking up where he left off last season, hurled a superb two-hitter at the Pale Hoser Brownies' Jim Rivera and George Wright each slapped out homers. In the second game. St. Louis manager Roger Hornsby sent four pitchers and a plnch-riihner into the game to no avail as the Sox 1 Pierce was in rare form hurling a three-hitter. The Sox banged .against the influx of hurlers. Lou Sleatsr started for St. Louis and was followed by Fannin, Hudson nnd homer for baseman couldn't buy a hit last season and had little success this year -- until.- Sunday's doubleheader against the Pirates. Then the 27-year-old Pole took the shackles off against, the Bucs. I «,_,,, cj....,..., h i ) He hit two home runs, two triples ' ,J hc "j* stew ? n n l t . Ceme Out Of Slump And the world champion New York Yankees came out of a slump to batter the Philadelphia A's, 9-6. loser for the Dodgers. Dnvie Williams 'and Bobby Thomson homered for the winners, It was the first while-washing for the Dodgers in 176 consecutive games played at Ebbelts Field. Big Steve. Bilko homered with Ehos Slaughter on to givo the St. Louis Cardinals a 2-1 victory over the fihlcago Cubs. Lefty Joe Hatten ncld the Cards to Heven hits, but his mates could get only six off Gerald Stalcy. The' Cincinnati Reds, with Ted Kluszewski on a batting rampage, dumped the Pittsburgh Pirates in both ends of a double-header. Big Ted hammered out a grand-siam homer and two triples in the second gBme to account for seven runs in the 12-2 win. In the first game he homered with one aboard as the Reds won, 8-6. Frank Hillcr, of the .Reds, was the only starting pitcher in either same to RO the route. He won the second game, allowing seven hits. .Del Ennis was the hero of the opening game between the Phils and the ..Boston Braves. . He smocked a 'ipUvi-ihn'Irigi"triple to score Willie: Jones with the winning run. But in the second game it was Ennis' wild throw that allowed the Braves lo score the deciding tally. The scores: 4-3 and 1-2. Robin Roberts and Vcrn Bick- foi-d tanplcd in the' first game, with Roberts getting the decision. Bickford had a 3-1 lead going Into th- ninth, "but Forrest ' Burgess homered with one on to set the stage for Ennis' game-winning blow. » and drove in nine runs, seven of them in the second contest' Cincinnati swept both ends of the twin-bill, 8-6 and 12-2. His big swat was a grand slammer off southpaw Howie Pollet in the fifth inning of the nightcap. Johnny Mite and Jerry Colernan led the M-hit Yankee assault. Mize drove in four runs ch three the 230- pound native of Argo, 111., got his first home run of the 1952 campaign.' It came in the eighth tn- hlhg off Murry Dickson, an old hand at tossing home run melons. . "You know those hits made me feel pretty v good," commented Kluskew'ski'"Sftefwnrds. "1 feel like a new man. But I knew something had to snao. "In spring training I wasn't getting many hits. But I was meeting the ball solid. I knew sooner or later they'd be falling for base hits." Kluszewski's batting average fell to .259 last year and he hit 13 home runs. In 1950, he smashed 25 rounritrippers and batted .307. He'also collected a pair of triples nlli a n d colcman scored four runs, in the second game, That brought Bobb Hoguc gol credi , f o r lhc his RBI output in four.. garnes - · against the Bucs to. 12. ~ In the first contest, lief job by Johnny Sain in the eighth and ninth. Alex Kellner was the loser. · In the other American League contest .Billy Goodman delivered, a timely home run with two on to pace his Boston Red .Sox mates to K 6-3 win- over the \Vashington Senators. The Nats outh'it the Sox, 13 to 8, but couldn't make them count. Mel Parnell \vs the winner, but he needed help from Bill Wright in the eighth. Sid Hudson was the loser. Over in the National the 1 pennant defending New York Ciants put a stop to the Brooklyn Dodgers' rapid breakaway. Sal Maglie spun a two-hitter to pin the,first lost of the season on the Bums, 6-0. Ben Wade was the April Sports Card April 21--Afkanu* «olf tram vn, Texas, at Fort (Smith. April 22--Arkansas spring practice basketball g a m e , at Field Houio, at I p.m. April 23--Arkansas tennis 'team vs. NE Okla., at Tahlo- ciuah, Okla. April 24--Arkanias baseball team vs. Tulaa. here. April 25--Arkaniai basiball item TS. Tulia, here. Arkantat golf team vs. Okla. A. and M., htre. Arkansas track team at Drake R e l a y s , Des Moines,- Iowa. ^pril 28--Arkaniai lennlr ieam vt. Drury, her*. Arkansas golf team vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. April 29--Arkansas golf team vs. S.M.U., at Dallas. April 30--Arkansas baseball team vs Omaha U., at Omaha, Nebr. Legends which include the unicorn usually picture it as having trie head and body of"a-horse"'the hind legs of an antelope and the tail of a Hon. SLIVER Cost of electric service takes only a little over one cent out of each'dollar spent for living by the avenge family. E. J. ttrtU. BIYItlOH MMIAOCT Al 5240 Today's Market-- Si. Louil Livestock National Stockynrd*, . · Ill-fAV USDA-Hoss 20,nno"; opened 10 to 15 lower on 220 IDR down: later market Z5 to 35 lower oh all weights t h a n Friday; sows steady to mostly 25 lower; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs full width of grade 17.00-2S; moderate · sprinkling choice 180-210 Ibs to shippers 17.35 : early; bulk 240-270 Ibs 18.00-73; packers' top 17.00; liberal part o[ run went tn shippers and small puckers; bulk 2BO-350 Ibs 17.25-75; (··-Till Vmillm Bllnl*. ·.huniRwn ··· Duckinic AwnlHn Alamlnvm Wlntfvwi M«f D**r ·crHns OrpBmtntal Iran ^·caratfWH fwxIMt. FencH. Slalnveyt GABE COOPER MKNI* Mil Mk t». kwnl chAlce 1JO-17B Ibs 15.2S-H.50; 130-1 140 Ibi 13.00-M.50; tome 400 Ib.i down 14.75-15.25; few henvler sows 13.50-14,25. Cuttle 4,000, c«lvc« 800: slow, demand moderate from shipping Interests nnd few salcn liood and choice steers near steady nt 32.50-33.0~0; eon mi I bidding unevenly lower; few good and choice mixed yearlings and hclfer steady at 30.00-33.23; cows dracsy, mostly mcrclal bulls 23.00-26.50; cutter bulb 19.00-22.00: bul': good and choice vcalcrs 30.00-38.00; sorted prime to 38.00; utility and low Rood vcalers under pressure. Sheep 880; nn choice or prime lots of wbolecl lambs presont; rJcck choice and prlma No. 2 skins 28.75 In butchorfi; early Mies to butchers 50 higher than Frltlny on shorn lambs; nothing sold to bis packers; slaughter ewos ttenrly; woolcd bidding unevenly lower; «omc litll- j (;w « lS.OO-l4.00;_culls 0.00-11.00, ity nnd commercial cows about ~*~ steady nt 22.00-24.00; bulls nnd Italy has about 800.000 licensed vealers xteady; utility and com-1 motorcycle*. 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