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April 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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.»- Br The Anoclited Pre» s-'-osom buddies Art Houttcman T*iGray have put.(tin Dc(roil Tigers back on the .right {rack. · The Tigers still are on Iho fringe of last place In the ·Ameri- can League tdday : but the good folks of Detroit don't expect them io hover in that vicinity long. : Detroit's resurgence began .behind closed doors'in the'visitor's dressing room at Chicago's Comiskey Park Wednesday. . The Tigers, smarting from eight straight defcals, were reported to at odds with Manager Bed fc and on the verge of mutiny. iFrcd Hutchison, veteran pilch- r and jjloycr representatives, call- SMhe players together for a conference and chased Hoi to out of 'Bib room. The result was a rousing vote of confidence''-tot Holfe. · ' Houttcman and 'Gray h a v e , emonstrated .emphatically t h a t e Tigers meant what th'py said. i? Hard luck Art. launched the cjomcback drive Saturday with a fcSjccutcular 13-fl one-hit victory «vcr the Cleveland Indians.. Gray Allowed his roommate's gem with rf- 1-0 -six-hit triumph over the tough Tribe yesterday.,' '.· ; tillaln And Gout · "iCJevcln'neTa Harry-Simpson was tile', "villain" and "grfat" in both Jfemes. '·'···-.,, li'Slmpson- spoiled. .Houltc-man'f Md.'for fame at.the IHh hour. The Ifidinh outfielder singled with two out in...the ninth I n n i n g ' t o umash % no-hit bid. ^Yesterday, a first Inning error tfr Simpson led to the lone run of (fcc game. . . . i; Pat Mullin singled with two nut !*· IhftHir.'it Inning against' Mike (Jfarcln. Vic Wcrlz followed with with itomach GAS? ANK HKAVENBt Moil AtUcki ire )illl R wmmmmm --.-- ^ySJ^aaM Win* ISPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay»rt«vllto, Arkamat, Monday, April 28, 1952 PENNANT CONTENDER? Browns Making Comeback At Box Office As Well As On Diamond IMtltotl twni lea. When ll.itrlkei. Ink* Bell-mii They contain the f6itf»N»etln ·tidlclnel known to doclori for Hit rrlleJ of · f - ' 1 ilmiltr tan-Tilt A hi mi mm nntf DiKtttitft Awninn Aluminum WImUwt ait* KCfMHI GABE COOPER lilt 441 ft*. LtCIMi ; S« tht flnlihwl effttt hofor? you ; »t»rt to r*lnt! Cook'i Color ri*n . IcU you f.clfft thr perfect color ; Mhcmt' for every room from the ; Color Cabinet--H4 txnuiiltt Shado- t Color Plan folder t h a t ' i* yn-jr» · '- Fr«c. filled with color »w*Uh« of 1 your tcloctlon. : .-, c«» "i" ».,, ,, _ COOK'S ' · ( ) ( 4 - jHfH 1 _ l U l t i l U . PAINTS a drive to center. Simpson tried to pick it up on the bounce in'order to cut Mullin down at third buj the ball slipped behind him and Mullin scored. Gray's fine effort enabled the Tigers to vacate lust place in favor of the Philadelphia Athletics by 75 percentage, points. Rain curtailed netivlty in both leagues. In the 'American League a doublc-hcndcr between the Athletics and Boston Red Sox was rained out and a single game between New York and Washington. In the National League a doubleheader between Boston and Philadelphia was washed out and a single gnme between Brooklyn and New York. Lollir Hid Homer In the only other action in the American League, the Chicago White Sox tripped the St. Louis Browns, 7-6, in 14 innings. The Sox led the Browns, 3-1, in the second game of their double-header when it was called a f t e r five Innings because of darkness. Shcrrn Lollar, ex-Brownie, homer- ed In the nccond game. The opener went into overtime when Ed Bobinson homered with one on In tho ninth for Chicago. Five innings Inler Minnie Mlnnso singled home Nelson Fox for the winning run. Harry Dorlsh permitted only one hit over the last five innings and gained credit for his first victory. .. The surprising. Cincinnati Heds snapped their second-place tie with Chicago in the National League by beating Pittsburgh in a twin bill n-2 and 1-0, while the Cubs won a single game from the St. Louis Cardinals, 0-3. Ken Raffensborgcr breezed to his third straight victory in the iopjjhcr for Cincinnati. The Reds 'Jumped'on Bob'Frionri for six runs in" the third Inning to seal the-verdict. Dutch Miller bested Hovvic Pollet In the thrilling nightcap duel. Hoy McMillan drove home "Bob Borkowskl with the w i n n i n g run In the ninth inning on a fly ball. Winner "Vlnegnr Bend" Mizoll, highly publicized Cardinal rookie, held tho Cubs to three hits seven Innings but blew up in the eighth nnd yielded four runs. Frank Baumholtz, the league's top batter, climaxed the rally w i t h a three run double; -· St. .Louis-i/Pi-Jusl how good arc the perplexing St..Louis Browns? Are they'as good 'as they looked in winning seven of their'first eight gamcsV Or are they as bad as they appeared In losing a 5-0 shutout to the While Sox in Chicago Saturday? It is generally agreed the. Browns are improved over the drab outfit that wound up a poor eighth last year. But how much? Have they improved enough to stamp themselves as a contender for the American League pennant? For that matter, are they good enough to. .finish in the first division? "Nobody actually knows just how good the Browns are," said Bill Durney, the club's traveling secretary. "The boys think they're the best club in the league. They've got the confidence. They fear nobody. Nobody knows what Hornsby (Mariager.'.I^ogers Hornsby) thinks deep down in ills heart, but he makes them think they're the best. He keeps pounding it into them that they're going to win the pennant. And what's more, they believe him." The Browns have looked as good as any club in the league during the first two weeks of.thc season. The pitching has been brilliant, tho fielding superb, the hitting timely, it not overpowering. The club has shown dash find fire as no other Brownie team has exhibited In years and years. St. Louis' great start not only has added interest to the league race, but has stimulated attendance everywhere the Browns have played. Back home the long-suffering Brownie fans have been boiiting a steady path to Sportsman* Park to view this 1052 phenomenon. A total of 70,91(1 persons paid t see the Browns' in their first five home dates as compared to 22,576 for the same number of games last year. Eager to sec what was making SI. Louis tick, 40,040 fan., largest Chicago crowd ever to see the Browns, attended yesterday's Iwln bill. Durney, who said the Browns already had sold 2,000 regular season tickets, the highest total the club's history, predicted an attendance of close to a million Not white, not wheat, not rye, but «' flavor blend, of nil three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING $«t KOHIER and HAU for a FREE chtckup on thts. Important saftty factors at Whlt«ley'i Garagt CORNER MOUNTAIN fc SCHOOL Y «tHAI«HT BOUMMON WHI1KIY lA'MS O'l.P.MMMMIIUiWM.IMMlt.n this year, provided the club doesn't fold completely, The club's record high is 712,080 set in 1922 The club drew only. 293,790 lasl year. On I'lneh-IlittlriK Spree St. Louis-(yP)-Peamits Lowroy SI. Louis Cardinals' outfielder, is off on a pinch-hitting spree When he successfully pinch-hit in the ninth i n n i n g yesterday, it was the third time this season he bat come through. The National League record is 22 hits by Sam Leslie, of the New York Giants, in 1932. ' How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn 7 1 .Cincinnati 8 3 Chicago . 7 3 New York .. 5 4 St. Louis 5 5 Philalelphia 3 (i Boston ... .4 fl Pittsburgh 2 11 Supday'i RMulli C i n c i n n a t i fl-1, Pittsburgh 2-0. Chicago 6. St. Lnuis 3. Brooklyn at New York, postponed, rain. Philadelphia at Boston, postponed, rain. Pet .87S .727 .700 .556 .500 .333 .333 .154 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. .818 3 .700 .667 ,500 5 .444 fi .400 8 .200 7 .125 Boston _______________ fl St. Lnuls _____________ 7 Cleveland ___________ 8 4 Washington ... ..... ...-I 4 New York __________ 4 Chicago _ ___________ . . 4 Detroit _______________ 2 Philadelphia . . ....... 1 Sunday's Raiulli Chicago 7, St. Louis fl, 14 Innings. (Second game suspended n f t e r five innings because of darkness with Chlcngo lending 3-1; game to be irstimwl July 3.) Detroit 1, Cleveland 0. New York nl Washington postponed, rain. Boston at Philadelphia, 2, post poncd, ruin. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION : . W L Pet. Mobile ... ............ 12 4 .750 New Orleans _________ 11 7 .811 Ch»tt«noog« --------- 9 7 ,583 Atlanta ..... . ......... 9 7 ,583 Mltlc Rock ________ ....... 7 7 Nashville ............ S 9 .357 nirnilnghf.ni ........ .... (1 11 ,353 Memphis ._ ...... . 4 11 ,267 Sundir'i Riiulti Birmingham 7-7, I-B. Mobile 5, Memphis 4.' A l l n n l f l S-7, Nnshvlllr 3-1. Now Orleans 3-0, Liltlo Rock 1-1, Atlanta Gains Series Victory Over Nashville (By The AiMclateO Preis) The Atlanta Crackers, with a iouble-header victory, completed ts first all-victorious series in ·fashvllle yesterday in more than 0 years and won its second series ly any margin In Nashville since 940. Atlanta defeated the Vols 6-2 and '-4 in the Southern Association or victories No. 4 and 5 in a row. The loss's were Nashville's third and fourth in succession. Two rookie pitchers did their obs like veterans and got heavy lilting support. Carllon Willey and Bill Currlc each gave nine hits and spaced them where no serious damage resulted. During the four- ame series at Atlanta Jnfielder larry Hanebrink got nine hiis in 6 times at bat and Howard Boles got 7 in 14. The victories boosted Atlanta nto the first division and into a tie with Chattanooga for t h i r d place. Chattanooga divided a twin )ill with Birmingham, losing the irst 7-0 and taking the late game, 8-7. Mobile moved two games in front of the race by defeating Memphis 5-4.. biltle Rock and New Orleans, split--New Orleans wining' the'opener 3rl and losing the Inal game 1 : K Stranahan Credits North-South Win To Pretty Shoes P i n e h u r s t . N . C.-(/p)-Frank Stranahan is not superstitious, but the Toledo golfer thinks that » pair of red, \yhite and blue shoes may have heined him win the North ind South Open Tournament for the third time. After Stranahan had polished 3ff Frank Strafacl, Flushing, N. Y., 8 and 7, in the 36-hole finals on Saturday, he explained the origin of the patriotic pumps he'd ivorn during the week. The shoes, made especially lor the U.S. Ryder Chip team in its matches here with the British last fall, were given to him by Ryder Cupper Jackie Burke, Tsxas professional, after the two had played in a recent exhibition. "The first day I wore them I ihot a 67," said Frank. The lucky ihoes didn't hamper him in the tournament. In closing out Stra- (aci on the l l t h hole of the afternoon round, he was 4 under par [or 29 holes. He put on one of the most amazing long putting exhibitions seen In 52 years of North and South history. Sixty, SO and 20-foot putts ill helped him build up his big margin, largest for a finals in 10 years. *. U.S. Olympic " Track Team To Be Strong One Des Moirics-(/P)-Uncle Sam is going to have one of his finest Olympic track and field teams at Helsinki. Finland, this summer. That's the word from Bill Easton and Tommy Deckard, directors of two of America's top track classics--the Kansas and Drake games. They agreed that Uncle Sam's representatives will be particularly lough in the dashes, middle distances and distances." Easton, whose Kansas athletes established two American records and two Drake marks h t r e last Friday and Saturday, thinks three of his lads may make the American team. He listed West Santee, the great miler, for the 1,500 meters; Herb Semper f o r - t h e 5,000 meters and Bob Devinncy for the 400 meter hurdles. Easlon also mentioned 10."-yard- dash winner James Golliday, Northwestern sophomore, and Dick Colcman of Illinois, first in the pole vault. Deckard believes Golli- 'day will be America's Tlo. · 1 dash man. Deckard and Easton gave their highest praise to Santee, who anchored the Jayhawks to an American mark of 17:15.9 in the four- mile relay and a Drake record of 10:01.8 in the distance medley. Unofficially, Santee was clocked at 4:07.4 and 4:07.5 for his anchor miles. State Teachers Favored In AIC Triangular Meet Magnolia, Ark.-(/f)-The Arkansas Slate Teachers Bears will he favored when three top AIC track mid field .squads meet in a trlnn- gulnr moot here Wednesday. The Hears have previously downed Southern State and Hcn- drlx College--the other participating teams--in dual meets this season. April Sports Card April II--ArkiniM l«n»li l«m TI. Drury, )*«·. Arkunsm golf team vi. T.C.U., «l Kort Worth. April 29--Arkansas golf torn vs. S.M.U., »t TVlllflK. April 30 -- Arkansas hnsenall lenm w Omnht U,, at Omi!i«, Nebr, 41 E. Center PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL 8 P.M. WARD WEEK EXTRA-LOW PRICES ON SPORTS AND AUTO NEEDS Reg. 45c Engine Tone, pint, now. . 33c Reg. 1.98 Cowl-Mount Antenna, now 1.55 Reg. 3.95 1-Ton Scissors Jack 3.33 SALE ENDS SATURDAY REG, 13.45* STANDARD BATTERY S0.44 Ticiansr. Guaranteed 24 months. 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