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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Red-White Game To End Hog SpringCage Drills Higher Scoring Marks Progress In Practices Several Players Top The 20-Point Level In Workouts Glen Rose's first spring basketball practice session at Arkansas :Eince.l942 comes to a close tonight with the annual Red-White intra- squad game scheduled to get un- · der way at the Field House at 8 o'clock. The squad of 20 men will .be divided In half for the contest which is open to the public. . .. The, spring practice period this year was devoted to scrimmage games between four teams on a . 'double-round robin basis. Several , 'players turned in outstanding per. 'lormances and higher scores than · have been the case in several years were the rule. . Raymond Shaw, 6-6 junior from 'Lafayette, La., emerged as the 'team's top scorer. The lanky center, who played behind Billy Hester at the start of last season, ·then dropped into the reserve spot -back, of Orval Elkins and .Walter Kearns following Hester's departure, hit a high of 33 points in tine game and notched totals of 23 and 20 points in other contests. ' A surprising .scorer was Floyd Sagely, who averaged around five . . points a game while seeing con- · siderable. duty last season. The · blond .Van Burcn 'graduate hit a high mark of 27 points in one ·game and has consistently be-n rear the 20-point level. Sagely and Tryon Lewis teamed as guards for the "C" .team and Longhorns Wallop Hog Goiters, 6-0 The Arkansas golf team nlayert Cubs Looking Tougher Than Expected Dodgers Faced With Problem Of Too Many Pitchers Chicafo-W)-Phil Cavarrelta is»- mixing a "mickey" for the con- ( his Chicago Cubs. . | Nobody give the Cubs I tumble j beating of the season in conference "-fy as the Texas Ixmghorns won, 6-0, in a match at Hardscrabbie:'" the pre-season picks. One brave Coi'ntry Club, Fort Smith. i'oul give them fifth plice. But 93! Tom Raney, Arkinsas' number, 0 ' ln * 12 baseball writers stuck! two man, carded a one-over-psr 72, losing by one stroke to Texas' Moncrief, who wis low for both teams with an even par round. Playing with Raney, Mike Clifford turned in a 75, losing one-uo to Ellis' 74. Raney and Clifford lost the foursome -natch to Moncrief and Ellis. In the second foursome Reviere, of Texas, topped E. B. Gee, and Golden, of Texas, nipped Tiger Billinesly. The Steer duo of Reviere and Goldet) downed Gee ind Billingsly. Porker Baseball Team To Close Home Season Arkansas winds up its 1952 home baseball season Thursday and Friday with a two-game leries against the Hurricanes o! the University of Tulsa. : ' The Porkers defeated the Tul- sans last week in a single game at Tulsa, 10-8. Currently sporting a 3-3 record, the Razorbacks leave on an extended nine-day trip through the Midwest the 'latter ptrt . of the month. They play the University of Omaha, Buena Vista College of Iowa, Bradley University and the University of Illinois. . p 'high one-game the scrimmages formed a formidable fast-break combination for thai outfit. Also racking up ' totals during t were Walter Kearns, Gene Lambert and Marvin Adams, with 26 each. . The "C" team came out of the round robin schedule with a top record of five won and one' lost, dropping their final 'game to the "D" quintet, which had « 3-3 irark. The . "A" team ranked second Don't risk fire losses. Get thorough protection with Hardware Mutual* depend- ible, low-cost Fire and Extended Coverage Insurance. Write or phone for details! W, C. (BILL) ADAIR 42! North Olive. with four, won and two lost, while I the "B" team failed to win a game In six starts. ' , ' The members of the "C" team were Dale Lernon, Buddy. Smith, Marvin Adams, Floyd Sagely ind Tryon Lewis. For tonight's game the "C" team will combine talents with the "B" quintet, opposing the "A" arid "D" teams. Members of the 'B" team: Norm Smith, Joe Telford, Raymond Shaw, Joel Lucke and Gene Bradley. The "B" and "C" group will be the White team tonight. The Red Team members are: "A- 1 -- Gene Lambert, J. W. Walker, Jerry Smith, Carroll Scroggins and Leo McDonald; "D" -- Orval Elkins,' -Don ~ Walter Reams! Bill ' Johnson Gunn. The transition from formation of attack, careful shoot- i;'.g and lowt scoring has characterized Arkansas teams of the past few years, to a rapid shooting, fast-breaking style has been evident in spring drills. The firct scrimmage game over "D," 59-52. The last game score, with "D" beating ' Sun-Till v«Mt|M ·»·* ·lumlrum am Backing ftwmmn Aluminum WIMnn MM DMT ·cmm Omnwnlil IrM ?M«r*tl*m *«*·*«, p«iict«, GABE COOPER them in tht cellar, I position they: miy yet merit. I "1 know we won't finish last again," slid Manager Phil. Why | not? The Cubs finished last three ' times in th list four years. In the first week oi the seison the Cubs-didn't go down to visit their old basement quarters once. With · 4-2 record they're traipsing along In · second-plice tie with Cincinnati--of ill people. Maybe the Cubs and Reds will find their level when the boys hit their stride. In the^meantime.they deserve the "much improved" libel. Surplus Dolnc Well The Brooklyn Dodger surplus, gleefully unfitted on the Cubs in the last few years, is doing a big share of the job. Paul Minner, Turk Lown, Bob Ramizzottl, Toby Atwell ind the rest. '·-' Minner threw a three-hitter at Pittsburgh last night for a 7-1 victory while the Cubs rak?d rookie Ronnie Kline ind three' successors. One of the hits off Minner was Jick Merson's 'second homer of the season. " . Bobby Thomson hit his first home run since his dramatic pennant-clincher in the'"1951 playoffs "as the New'York Giants walloped the Phillies, 10-4. Don Mueller also homered »nd added 'a triple and single to drive in four runs in the itlacx on Howie Fox and three other Phil pitchers. League-leading Brooklyn, scheduled for a twl-riijht double-header with the Boston Braves tonight, was idle yesterday. So were the Braves, St. Louis Csrds arid Cincinnati Reds. Tribe vt. Browis The Cleveland Indians with seven striighl wins were not scheduled in the American. They open i series it St. Louis with the giddy Browns tonight. St. Louis, Chicago" and Detroit also were not scheduled. ' " ' ' Vic Rischi led the New York Yankees to. i .o-l triumph over the Phllidelphii A's. Actually the relief work of Bob Kuzivt ind two glaring, errors by Gus Zernial and Joe Astrpth avert is important as Raschl's work. When.Raichi wobbled In the eighth to fill the bases on a single and two' walks, 'Casey Stengel called for KUttvt. The lefthander got the s i d e out ind breezed through the ninth. Little Bobby Shantz gave only five hits, including Mickey Mantle's homer, but the boys didn't back him up. The A's left 10 on base and hit into four double plays in in afternoon of futility. Ferris ' Fain, league batting champ in '51, finally broke out of ' ' slump. After 21 hitless trips, he 1 singled in the second .to drive in the only Philadelphia run. SPORTS lORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fnyerteville, ArknitMt,. Tuesday, April 22, 1952 Topsy-Turvy Quality found In Junior Loop Batting figures New, York-(/P)-Figures never lie but statistical-minded fans must have wondered as they perused the American League bat-, ting averages yesterday. And who could blarte them? What name do you think headed the list of hitters? George Kell? Ted Williams? Larry Doby? Ferris Fain? No sir. None other than Gerry Coleman of the New York Yankees. Coleman, who swatted a robust .249 and placed exactly 104th last year, was lending the pack with a torrid ,Ii50 mark. And what name was on t h e bottom of the list of about 200 hitters? SoVne wild swinging pitcher? Or some nervous, rookie reserve infielder? Not at all. Last on the list was none other than last j year's batting king, Ferris Fain of the Philadelphia Athletics. Coleman, who never had hit ,300 in his big league career, had collected 10 hits in 18 times at bat. hitting safely in each of his first five games. Fain, who hit .344 in 1951, was batting exactly .000. The fancy-fieldine first baseman had gone to bat :i times without i iVmTtcd' the ^Brs"to V tiive Pelicans Trip Bears To Gain Top Spot In SA After a five-samp winning streak, the New Orleans Pelicans sur«»ved the Southern Association lociay rrom u n t a m l l t e r first place and were Ih.mkful t h a t Branch Rickey's Pittsburgh farm system is t u r n i n g out prize young pitcn- i crs. · One of the brilliant youngsters, IB-yccr-old righthander Don Cochran, applied the whilcwash to Mobile lart night with n sparkling five-hitter as the Pels won the firtt game of the ll-hl for firsj p!=ce, 2-0. Cofhriin, who boasted a snappy i 13-6 mark last year 1 with Bartles- i ville in'ths Class D KOM League, i making a single safety. , in posting his second straight vlc- The same question was pul to ' lory. It was the second shutout Coleman and Fain but with a dif- " ' " ferent approach. "How do you account for your , in Hie Inst three games for"Moblle. Little. P.ock climbed to third place with a robust 11-7 triumph super hitting .this spring" Cole- \ ovc . r A 1 ] V.?, lin f. Mernphls riumph Chicks, man was asked. "I've been lucky," he replied. "I'm just hitting them where they and Nashville thumped Blrming ham 12-6. Atlanta and Chat'.anoofi we-e no', scheduled. Old hands Milo Johnson and Hal ' ain't. I'm swinging the same way j Simpson he' =d Little Rock hand and I'm using the same bat. The In? Mrmphi.; Chicks their sixth defeat in a row." Johnson weathered a 13-hlt Memphis attack to balls arc jnst falling in." The question was put more tactfully to Fain. little register his third victory of the Ul K I d ^ L l u l l J l u r i l l j l . I " i - , o m l i i l . J l l t l l u V H . U J J J ' ul me "How do you account for your I young season without a .setback, failure to get started?" ! Simpson slammed his fifth homer "I've bnrn nnsh ri-irnrv-1 ,m · of tllc y par find drove in ' four lucky," FaTn srowled "I'm TMrt I l ' uns for thc ?", who pulled the hitting them where'they arc. I'm swinging the same way and I'm using the same bat. The balls are , (,'ame out with a 5-run outburst in the ninth inning. A pair of big innings aided Nashville in doubling Birmigliam's just goins right at t'r" fielders." output of runs. The Vols batting All this took place brfnre the j order hit well from top to bottom Yankee-Athletics game. How did J n ra J5' n _8 a '. r j° of Baron hurlers Coleman and Fain fare '~~ '" L " " " " " ~" i game, you ask? Just 31 i U .UL*S£°_ *? W'shmgjon ^^ Co|cman ^ ^ ^ g d u r i n g the I ( o r I5 nlts - A1 Bennett, the Bir- you might j TMngham starter, suffered hii Senitqrs whipped the Boston Red Sox for trie lecpnd time, 3-2. Moreno is the only pitcher to beat the Sox this season. Sam Me.le's long fly to center w i t h ' t h e bases loided in the eighth gave Washington its winning run. How They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE ,,. . . W L Pet. Cleveland 7 o 1.000 Boston g 2 .750 at. Louis 5 2 ." ' Washington "4 3 57] New York J--3 3 .' 500 Chicago 2 5 .287 Philadelphia i $ .143 Detroit o 7 .000 Ytittrdiy'i Rttulti Wishington 3 Boston 2 New York 5 Philadelphia I Only gimes scheduled. third consecutive loss. .-lunjjrui. * - U I C J I l r U i I C I I I C U LU KCL 8 rr* · , , i T hit'in four times at bat. Fain also L,,T c " °v'SS Vo^T^'cgK was at bat four times. He collec-ed sevens, divided t h e m o u n d chSr* two hits and drew two walks for. 1 for Nashville with Stevens gaining a perfect day. crpdit for the victory. » Brooklyn - (IP) - Chuck Dressen i has a pitching problem--and it's J ' pleasant one according to the talkative skipper of the hard-hitting Brooklyn Dodgers. Pitching tag been a headache for the Dodgers the past few years and when Don Newcombe wn drifted, it wit feared' the Brooks were.tunk. Dreiitn, of course, would welcome Blf Newk b«ck with open trmi. Six different pitchers hive started in Brooklyn') first nix games, while'a seventh, Billy Loes, Is silted to open against the Phils in Philadelphia Thursday night. Dressen must m»ke up hl« mind soon on his darters or they will fade sway because of lack of work. Preacher Hoe, for instance, who s;arts tonight In the doubleheader agilnst Boston, hasn't pitched since opening day, which was fl week ago. "But what else can I do u n l l l w« find out?" Dressen iskfd today. "Actually, I have nine pitchers ready to start and ill hive proved their right to a chince. "Our only bad pitching thus far was by Viin Cuyk Chrli it Boston and how bad wu he? He struck out nine men In live Innings. Thit showed he.wis pretty food, and can do better." Dressen ilso wis pleased by the work of Ben Wifle, 29-year old rookie who hid th« misfortune to dnw New York killer Sal Maglie fs on opponent Sundi'y. The Giants rjght binder blinked Wade and the Dodgeri, «-0 on two hits for the Brooks' first defeat. 'I also know that Wide can do belter," Dressen said.. "His control was bad and that's the first time this spring he has hid that troublf. "I'm going to bring him bick againit the Giinti ind I think he can belt them." One of Dresscn's starters, Clem Lablne, didn't look too good in hi* tint itirt, Lablne was pounded in the first inning by the Glints but he'll get mother chinre Wednesday agilnit the Phlli. Still to be he'ird from AS a ·tart- er I 5 Carl Ersklnt, who hii mad* one ippearance in relief. Competition Keen In Qualifying For North-South Golf Pinehiirsl, N. C.-(/P)-Pre-tourn- iment indieitlpns th«t · the. 52nd North ind. .South. Arniteur Golf TpUrnimcnt would 'be one of tHf' tightest In its long history were I p r n f out by yesterday'j quilify- Ing founds. Tor the first time in 1« years there was i tie for the modal-and i three-wiy a f f a i r at that, Frank Strsnahan, Toledo, Ohio; Frank Strafici, New .York City, ind Billy Joe Pitton, Morganton, N. C., each ihived two strokes iji the 7,007-yard par 72 Pinehurst Country Club No. 2 course. Liter in the week at their con- Vfniehce, they will play off for the honor. In 51 previous tourna- Nature has smiled upon this fine whiskyl Rich, light Straight Kentucky Bourbon *ith that old-fashioned Ravor.. ."Mellow a* Moonli|ht"... Cascade Is all Whisky, Straight Whisky... naturally good btcjutt it'l naturally aged... Try It todiyl iirwr nmmrfiunuiM VKOM THE lift A N D VIGOU Of THI CHAIN* NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 5 , .333 Cincinnati 4 2 667 Chicago ~~.~.4 2 '.667 St. Louis 3 3 .500 New York ] 3 .500 Boston _ 3 4 .429 Philadelphia ,._.2 5 .287 Pittsburgh 2 B .250 Y.it.rdiy'i Rtiults New York 10 Philadelphia 4 Chicago 7 Pittsburgh 1 Only gimes scheduled. SOUTHERN AiSOCIATION New Orleans 8 3 .727 ] Mobile .. 7 3 .700 'Little Rock 5 4 .556 Chattanooga 5 5 ,-,on N'snville ..4 4 .500 Atlanta ... 4 5 .114 Birmingham _..,1 7 ilioo Memphis' 3 8 .273 Vesteriir'i Results New Orleins 2 Mobile 0 Nishville 12 Birmingham 8 Little Rock 11 Memphis 7 Only gimes scheduled. Fiqhti Lost Ninht Providence, R, l.-Rocky Mar- clinp, 119, Broc'-ton, Miss., knocked out Olno Beunvinp, 191, Italy,' J. New York--Jimmy Wilker, 190, Orange, N. J., knocked out Gil Newklrk, S08, Brooklyn, i, 81. Louis -- \Veshury Biscom, 1(3, r.ut St. Louis, knocked out Larry Wnita, m, Omihi, S. 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He casually pushed hi» fut'.cr at (he bill after, in elfM- foit putted r.itscd by inches, and l v » . i:tuK»nl ljUu.'f-'favt ,Uw ICXoan a five on tht fir-thm · hole. ··' . '. " · i tT.Mf oo wltt Id* tit* r tie- «»n» Jit. in- 83. _ i r ' mtain' 233 M 2370

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