Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1952 · Page 12
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April 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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" · · Browns Nip Tribe, 1-0, ForJ-ead ... 1 -- - - '-·'· - -- -- -- ----[ . · · Each Team Able NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, fov«ntvill., ArkoniM, Thur.doy, April M, I Ml Go To Seed Brown Bros, Where You Can G«t rr«h Quality S«ed ,Al»o B*br Chickr Hilchtd E»»rr Tundtr *«! Ftldir ' ' WEST CEHTEH 8T. FAYETTEVIULE April Sports Card To Make Only One Hit In Game Cain Wins Over Feller In Record Pitching Duel Bv .IOV. RKICHI.ER AP Spnrta Writer What is going on with those refurbished, revitalized. 'Hornsby- i?.ed St. Ixiuis Browns? . One night they snap th? Clove- __, - - - - - - · · - -- -- . · · R 3ZOr backs T Tulsa To Play Double-Header ^ " - ^ The Arkansas baseball'team.is scheduled to play the Tulsa University nine In a double-header this afternoon at. the campus diamond. The Porkers, with ,- 3-3 maYk }br the Hurricane, hoped to climb above the .500 average at the expense of the Hurricane. A Ihirrl game between the two teams Is slated for tomorrow. j This afternoon's double-header incorporates a fained-out game at Tulsa last weekend. The Porkers won the first game played at Tul- £n, lfl-8. The second t i l t was washed out and rescheduled for today as the first half of a. twin-bilf. The entire moun.3 staff for Ar- » bM.b.ll turn l», htr«. ii baiiball liam vi. Tulia. htr«. Arkaniai golf Mam vi. Okla. A. and M.. hi'n. Arkansas track team at Drake D e l a y s , Des Moine», Iowa. April It--Arkaniat Itnnli Him T«. DrufT- *"·"· Arkansas go|f team vs. T.C.U., at Kort Worth. ! April 29--Arkansas golf " t e a m vs. * S.M.U., a} Dallas. April 30--Arkansas bascoall team VK Omaha U., at Omaha, Nchr. Manle; Adrancn In N-S i' Plnehurst 'N. C.-l/PI-Defending I champion Hobart Manlcy of Savannah, Ga., led the field In the , nuartcr-flnals of the North and I South Amateur Tournament with ' a pair of Impressive victories. Visiting Around Arkansas B Y J O I M A R S H 'Ben* · · .· · vtieri t "Bpraurt m.V br«d" now, cfinw I'm unihr AlrlwniM prod- -roric'hundred per eenU.Be- o l'v« hoen tip in Mlnlulppi d «ecn the'plinU where take over the American League's ton rung themselves. -Following on the -heels of the filcndlH elghi-hitter \iy Tommy Byrne'.Tuesday, Boh Cain un- fiirlrd a one-hit masterpiece last night as he pitched the rannaqiri': Browns into first nlacr with a b r i l l i a n t 1-0 t r l u m n h over the Indians' great Boh Feller. Cain Kid to pitch the hr«t ;amo of his life In order to w i n . for Teller was magnificent too, pitch- Ing a one-hitter himself. . Tr-it lone Brownie safety, a triple hy lead-off batter Bobby Voung, nrovert Bob's undoing. Marlon 5el« RBI ' . Marty Marlon followed Young's first-Inning triple with a grounder t n ' A l Rosen. When the third baseman fumbled the ball. Young scored the only run of t s e game. The lone t a l l y was ruled earned since the o f f i c i a l scorer was of the .opinion that Young would /e crossed the plate fumble or nn. i \Thc Browns now have won seven games against a lonr defeaj. which he would send-his flingers to the mound. The three game* with Tulsa today and tomorrow close the home . St. Louis -season for the Arkansas team. Fol- Boston lowing this sories the Hogs l e a v e ' C l e v e l a n d ... New York . Washington Chicago ... Philadelphia Detroit .. How They Stand NATIONAI Brooklyn .'.-- -' 7 I Chicago _.- --- S 2 Cincinnati 5 New York - s St. Louis . . . Boston -- -Philadelphia . . Pittsburgh - . Wednesday's Resulln New York 9, Boston 5. Brooklyn at Philadelphia, postponed, rain. St. Lou^s at C i n c i n n a t i , postponed, rain. Only games scheduled. LF.AOUF. W. L. Pel. .875 .714 .714 .025 .429 .300 .250 .222 AMERICAN I.F.AGUF, L. Pel. .R7S .son .778 on an extended trio through the I Midwest playing Omaha, Buena j Vista. Bradley and Illinois. I To d a t e the Razorbacks have de| fcated Wlnona Stale Teachers, of _ _- i Minnesota, twice and Tiilsa once. Wednenday's Rc«iilt« while losing . twice to Oklahoma A. and M. and | once to Illinois. Two other scheduled games were . .;nr, , Birmingham Wallops Atlanta; Other SA Games Washed Out (By The Associated Press) The A t l a n t a Crackers are dis appointed thaj last night's r a i n , ! v/hich washed out three Southern I Association games, didn't move! f u r t h e r eas;. - ; In the loop's 'only action, Birmingham's Barons flailed five A t l a n t a hurlers for 17 hits and a ; 12-6 victory. The victory enabled Birmingham to c l i m b over the sagging Crackers into sixth 1 place. To m a k e tip for this-washout, the New Orleans Pclicar.s a n d Mobile Bear's have scheduled^ a double-bender tonight in th'eir scrap for first place. Other games tonight find Atlanta meeting Birmingham, Mcm- ·phis p l a y i n g Little Rock and C h a t t a n o o g a t a n g l i n g u-ith Nash; villc. ' ,, i q,. n tiv Rohb an unannounced Giir, Levla Fine, ! ^ount for their run-in her. Cindnnati-Wl-National Leaguej We j nc sday night.' President Warren Giles . f i n e d . ._ . _j rrc^r^no^! *«.--? ' Solly Ilenru.* $25, and ' u m p i r e ; i h « T-MES «au». :ancclled and a pair were rained I postponed, rain. Boston 3, New York 1. St. Louis I, Cleveland n. Philadelphia a t W a s h i n g t o n , -j«ijiie out of MU«li«i|»j!'i County- ··tffpwn coltyinetd oil and «oybi!an : "-' : i have a hunch that Ihr mnrRa- 1- Hue induitr}-, which gnl Its A rkan- ""«M-«iaH in Mls»it«lppl-County, ipread to other'rich.delta iei and'Kelp expandthr m*r- nv coltonioed nnd soybeans, gijwing industry is, In a way, like thf Hrewlnu Industry of America. A m e r i c a n brewers me l.h« nne.nl f :-aln». mall» and .other products to produce fine hwr and ale. Tnrsr malt. bwraiteii »r« aolii In Arkannad under !c*al control In «»tahll«hni(int« which maintain tondltiona of r l e a n l i n i i i u and wholenomcnm--doInK .their part In Un American Brcwlnr Industry 1 * great Sclf-Reuiilatton Pro- out. Salgh'n Future Uncertain St. Louis-WVFrod SaiRh, owner of the St. Louis Cardinals, siid he will let baseball's toD officials decide his future in the game . pending settlement of income t a x i ^? s « v l l l e ·· evasion charges against him. Chattanooga _^____ ·,, __ I Birmingham I Atlanta record for the fewest hits hy both j Memphis Only games scheduled. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. " Mobile . . . ' 8 New Orleans 1 Ljltle Rock B An outstanding ravor--luns«'« Roman Meal Bread ll-19-ti the end of seven innings. They own a won and lost percentage of B7S to the second-place Boston fled Sox' ,R(10 percentage, dropped to third with a 7-2 record. It was 1 the first, time since October 1, 1fl44, that any Brownie team ever occupied first, place. The Browns won their only nen- nant that year. They finished in last place In 11)51 with only M victories and 102 losses. HarmtaMi Slnjle The only hit permitted by Ca'n was a harmless single. . It v/9s' only the second time In modern major Hague history t h a t each pitcher limited the onnosit'on to fine hit.-On .liily 4. 1906. Mordecal "Threc-flmjcrcd" . Brown of Chicago and Lefty Leifield of Pittsburgh permitted only one hit each as the Cubs defeated the Pirates. 1-0. The former American League record M i l lilt; i,:wi;.it I I I I . T "j ....... i i v i c i n | i i i i n . _ _ -- · ·· teams In one game was three set by w e di«ad,y'j' Reaiilt* ' Detroit (2) and Washington (H. Birmingham 12, A t l a n t a 6. June U). 1913, and equalled b y ] oth( , r games postponed., Washington (2) and Cleveland ( 1 ) | -; .._. -- . · July 27. 1915. It was the first one-hitter by Cain but t h r t l t h for Feller and the only one-hitter he ever lost. Boston's "youth-Infested F e d Sox, behind the five-hit pitching of 37-year-old Kills Kinder, de- ited the New York Yankees. .1-1. Pep To See If He Can Make Comeback In Ring Tampa, Fla.-(/P)-\Villie Pep. fnr- iraien me i\t?w H M R irtiinti:.-,..,-,. m cf featherweight boxing title- Kinder walked six and fanned five j holder, will meet Santiago Gon:.. i,__4i», mi,, navnnlrie laics, 22-year-old Mexican junior in bcstins A l l i c Reynolds. The New York Giants out- slugged the Boston Braves, 9-5, _. t the only National League game. Home runs by Alvln Dark. Don Mueller, Wes Wcstrum and de- lief pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm featured the Giant victory. Scheduled games -between the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati, Brooklyn and Philadelphia, Detroit and Chicago and Washington and t h e Philadelphia.Athletics were postponed because of rain. Pittsburgh and Chicago's Cubs were Idle. . , - lightweight, here Apr'.l' 2. . .It will be Pep's first bout since his third meeting v.'ith Sammy Sadler. 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