Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 13
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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Thursday, May 1, 1952
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J · ' ' ' ' .· · Stanky Goes To Bat, Leads Cards h 14-2 Win Over Bums Hfiht -lineup. Berg's 64 On'e Of Yeafs Top Spofft Evetits · : * w'.' * .* ' Potty Gives Putter Credit [y pulled .the .sheets off sec- h- list night. ' vtoiorj ovtff Ever «to* .Stihky.'MBiea to nst* tBeparitttfanis asked two iioftant 9Uertiwrf:-"Wjll Stahky. -*Wi»t will he do with wlienst?;'--. . . "- ,',-·-. . ett.. them' a}l, guessing when he opened the season bn'the bench and ."Sefioendienst remained en !eeond,:y6u\kfl*w. it" couldrt't last. Stiriliy's ability., to .get on base, his, uxpiratibnal leadership demanded 'a.'jndre active role. .·Finally 'he · inade.r.fiis. imove. SchoendienstTweht to third and the "brat", took- over second 'last night against Brooklyn. You hjve anidea .Mans-- »·"·--··'" *·- '- th*re'irioet on. · ·f^ac The impact of in the linkup raulfl m;. seen 'in -the ' walked," ilansger E.ddie'ji'iB.beJn et of'-the time from now -· lineup vfery first Inning: thl! play-by-play read. Before the ' 'ig wa« over It also read, doubled down; the .left -· ; "VetlUlkeJ-ina;. Buko i.v;CarJp··scored, six ,-nrst innirifc: kriock- . ,,,,., is 'ace,- became the first four-time winner In the ur? this season.. . . ehst .took, to his niw e i duclt to water. 1ft four chahc'es faultlessly kild ijbishetJJii basB-losded home hin off Btid Podblelah in tne fifth th* ftew.i . jw, OJKftJiaiiis entrenched ··- the re«kler)aa»i jSoBlbn 'Red So*-, ih Hjit plice-ln trie American League fctth a t*6-rurV Hoitier, his first of II* year.vtb beat. Detroit, 5-3. . , the tSiiJier^off -reliefer. Diziy Trc^t Snthe,!sev£h'th inning fcdve rookie Ivan flelpclt-his second .Dip league wln'.iDelbck replaced Mel Paritetl, In ihte sevfehtn.. . 48l: t Yahfcslq Header .t ' a; -h'omfer, double and ». Jockey Mantle, 'the the.dpeheriOf a double" "· " uls Brownies, ·ed sdme fine Satch Paige - v ... r ..... -champs..The "new" -Browns., jumped 1 .: oh .Vic Raschl for,four runs .in the first inning. Marty Marion played brilliant ball at shortstop, and rapped a single and two--abubles.-~ : AUie'Rejmolds earned, the Yanks a split iSjlb/.a- four-hitter- in the second. gUne'j"" ' Valo losing . -- _ . ., -------- hbmer that beat Cleveland's 'Early Wynn,'3^. ' · ·, . " ,THe Chicago White Sox swept a twi-hi(iht' douKle-header f r o m . Washingtohi 7^3 .arid 4-3, whining the. second 'Bn, Eddip- Robtoton's llth-jiinuVg homer off Bftbb New- sonfe Pour-hit pitchihS- by.,. Billy Pierce aSB : 'J£irry bortstl' checked the Senatsrs ih the opener. The most impressive" daytime perf ormaric'fe iii the National . was Larry Jahseri's three-hitter against Cincinnati for, the Giants'. *-i. Victory. New York ,Bob Addis' double, in the, 12th was the final blow of the Chicago Cubs' 20-hlt blasting of' seven Philadelphia pitchers for' a 9-8 edge. The win put the' Cubs in eecijnd 'place. , . ·Pittsburgh finally broke its 10- game losing stifeak with ah 11-5 decision over. Bofetpn. ,. By GAYLE TALBOT Hew .York-(ff)-Patty Berg, the new grownup.girl golfer, shot a score of 30-34^-«4 over a course measuring 'more than 6,800. yards KSS? out at Richmond, Calif...the other f day, and.we:feel that the.feat re- .'i ceived ' something less- than the (.' deserved· because too. many persons were reading about '· a double one.-hit'baseball game a t ' Detroit. ;· . ·'. '... - . .:':. Patty's icuna ; will, for our money, rank as · the greatest sin'? gle sports exploit of pie year 19S* unless the .Browns win th.6 pen-: nant, and we would.have to give the ; matter' a lot of thought even then.. It ; is extremely unlikely "that the stocky-redhead's record will, ever be beaten; if equalled. - : Speaking as one who has followed the .gals on many a round · and has .watched Patty hit them i for approximately half her life 1 , we still find .It. difficult to con-. ceive of anything in skirts shootr ing a §4. over, a regulation.",golf course. - The! length .of' the -Richmond . layout',; is,'.; incidentally, somewhat greater then that of-the average 1 links the Jlrls on their, regular tournament tour. That the.-, 'pleasant, .unaffected girl from Minneapolis should have been- the:' qne;,to. crack-, what;, had. beeiv considered exclusively niMi'a scoring domain- strikes 1 an especially responsive chord here. Patty has had a Hard time of- it, one way and.another, since she turned pro and began battling against Babe Dldrickson Zaharias'and the occasional glamor pusses who take prettier pictures. · . ' . . . ' Back in 1941, when she was just reaching . her peak,., the. Jreckled'.iittle scrapper suffered B shattered knee in a car accident in Texas and was encased, in, a. plaster cast-for. 18 months.'.She still bears wicked scars, and there are rounds .when the knee pains and-throbs, but she made a comeback nearly, as spectacular as that of Ben Hogan after his crash, also ih'Texas.' . There were lortg, dreary periels -wjien -Patty must haye. ..nearly despaired, of ,eye'r gaining the upper hand on.the long-driving Babe an.d.sbme.of the others,' such as Louise' Suggs. ·Finally, last ..summer; Patty bested the Babe ih grueling 36-hole playoff for the Weathervane.championship at the ·PAtTY BERG'S new putter, which the Is ihc-wn UBljig Iii Richmond, Cilia feiveri a'good.cleal of credit by. her for her women's world record W in first round of tbe"54-hole $3,000 Ricn'montl VVomcn'a Open...^carding the eight-uhder-men's .p^r round she putted only I'O times on tlie first nine and li on the. second. fTtitHiftftonal gotim/p/ioto..' Deepdale Course here. Later,.cutting lip Siii,tintes,wlth Baseball \ : The. 'Arkansas Razorbackj made their first start oi ,a;c,urrent. cx- lended road trip .a ,'sliccessful one,' iJeteating the Univfetsity 0^, Omaha, 1-0, .at Omaha; Nebf, . Waiter KearnSj. spinning a,. neat thee-hit- ler, gained credit for the. victory. 'The .Porkers, icpred, their lone f-un . of ·' tire game ; in ; the fifst ,in- tiing wjwn. outfieider.-Lamar Mcr Han doubliid with : Frank Fischel bn -base in the- first inning. McHan was the game's leaclih'g hitter With a -single, 'double and' triple in four times ut bat. ; The Hogs play Buena Vista, at Storm Lake, Iowa, this afternoon. Fights Lost Nioht , Baltimore -- Johnny Saxto'n, J4', New York, knocked put Bobby tee, 152, Baltimore, ?.: 1"exas Dance Group To Appear At Ur(iver$iry ; An., priginai program, of .dance compositions \yill be presented at the University" Thcqtcr May 3 at 3:30 p.m. hy^the Texas' State Col- ege for 'Women' Modern. .Dance .cdliege organiza- . · · - . . : ' The ' group is directed by Dr. Anne Scmcy Duggan, who is assisted by Miss Regiria Mitpliell. .THe'iatter also .appears .as soloist and as a member of the ensemble. Fourteen students, incuidliig. two singing members, make up the group's personnel.. · , . r ' . .' . Broup, .leading tio'ri of its' kind. ' ' KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT IOURBO »'i IMLT hmtt Mtnultr coiw*Nt · UUMM t «Mkir the two of them In the club lounge, We developed a strong feeling that pie girl from Minneapolis finally had reabhed her goal and would jiot be chasing the Babe . many times in the future." Her" tremendous victory at Richmond indicates that;patty, only 32, has it in her to "domihate Uie"*pmon's field for-years to come.' Thb JBabb, by bur figures, must "be crowding '40. (Bl The Associated Press). : Someone 1's going to have to tvin a series from the Mobile Bear's pr the .-BrbOklyn farmhands are out in front to stay.. No Southern Association team has been, able to accomplish that feat so · far this season. Neither have the Bears dropped- two in n row. · And ns long as they get pitching of the type dished out last night by Fete Nicolis the front-runners have little to be worried about.. Nicolis tossed a neat two-hitter is Mobile breezed to an easy .8-0 Shutout over Little Rock. In other games New Orleans blanked Memphis 11-0, Atlanta stopped Chat- tanoogd 4-1, and Birmingham scuttled Nashville 9-5. ; Nicolis struck out eight Travel-' ers- in racking up.'his third triumph against no defeats. -Bill Antonello got a single, double, and his sixth homer of the year to'ac- count for five for the winners. The Bruin hurler walked 10 men but.xvas superb in the clutch. Four double plays helped to 'preserve his shutout. \ Norman Morton; kept New Or- ibans in second place just a game behind Mobile as lie limited Memphis to one hit--that a 'single in the ninth. - . . ' . . : Buck., Fleshman' set Atlanta down with ho hits for five innings but the Crackers got him in 1 the sixth. . · . . ' 5; 16 Expected Tc Go To Port Louisville, Ky'.-W-Tho Ken* tucky Darby entered its stail- wajklng period today 03 owners and trainers of 16 three-year-old horses' storied entering their charges In the $100,000 added turf classic. The famous mile and one-quarter run for the roses over Churchill Downs' racing strip is not scheduled, to start until 4:30 p. m. Eastern -Standard Time, Saturday. But Racing Secretary Lincoln Plaut began receiving entries at 7 a. m. today. The trainers fcad . some throe hours, to enter their horses today and a like period tomorrow before the draw is rnada for post positions. The policy ofncccntirig entries 24 hours in advance wnd Started last, year. : . The names of 16 horses are expected, to- be. readied for the post position draw around 10 a. m. tomorrow. . . · . ' . -The probab'e field was.swelled by one yesterday when. Swoon frpm.E. Burko's High .Tide Stable left. New York. lor Churchill Downs.. ... .... The unexpected appearance' of .Swoop today had no.affect.on the odds. The'ton of Sky Haidi-f is expected to bo 'one of the 'four horses.counted in'the "field'' betting at odds of 50 to' 1 -or longer. ;H1H, Gall, whose reeord-smnsh- fiig mite in the Derby Trial changed the Derby outlook considerably, remained the sti-ohg clioice. 'But there were man£ who figured A. \V. Abbott's sloNy-slartlns but fast- clpsing Blue Marr would wear down the Calufnet flyer in the pP" stretch, .driver"" · · : - . - · , With Eddie, Arcaro confident he'll tide 'his.fltth Derby winner.' Hill Gail, is eitnecldafo'open at around 8 to 5. Blue Man is the feecond 3'tb L' Most of. the trainers were, not Beriously concerned over the weather and track conditions. A few, thrnt saw more . of 'a to Hill Gail's supremacy fehould the muddy or even clopny. .Hill Gall hsu neVer raced over hh qjf. track but he has turned in istJnie fine workouts in slop. abd mufl, the most accent of which Was shortly after his arrival at tile Downs 10 days ago. - K t i t white, not wheat, not rye. but a. flavor ,. . of all three-Top Hdgs, 5-1 .'. The . A; r k ij h s a s; feblf' i loani drbpbed ilj; sixm'. ranfiirence -Sqlf match of'the'Season Tiiesday as ·Sbutheriv' fte'thodist University ·.von, 5-1. Jim "Tiger" Billingslcyi playing ih tlie "riurhfifer: four, spot, was the only'Porker able 'to avert defeat at the'hands Ponies. Billingsley defeated: Kirby Edwards in the singles cohipetition. Other results:-,-- ·· ;.·.'·:·*·'· Don Addingtpn, S.M.U., defeated Mike Clifford; Ross , Mitchell, S.M.U., defeated Tom Rarieyj-and Addington and, Mitchell downed Clifford and Ranby. Ray Moore, S.M.U., defeated. E. B. Gee, . Jr., and Billingsley topped his .'man, in the second I'oursome. Biilingsley and Gee . dropped the foursome point. . Raney was low scorer for the Razorb'acks · with · a 78 on the Dallas course. . »unge 4 , ftomai Menl Breid, , May · Sports Card May 1--Arkansas baseball team vs. Buena Vista, at Storm. Lake, Iowa. May 2--Arkansas baseball team vs. Buena Vista, at Storm Lake, Iowa. May 3--Arkansas tchttls tcim vs. Oklaboma' University, hcre.- May 3--Arkansas state h i g h school track meet at Little Rock. · May team vs. Bradley, at Peoria, 111. May ,6.---:Arkansas baseball team vs. Bradley, at Peoria, .111. Arkansas tennis team vs. Tulsa, here. "OUT A MY WAY,PODNER" There's gonna be some fireworks around here on MONDAY, MAY 5 in THE TIMES n-io-tt Advert!^ In the TIMES--It n«7«. Play One More Thumper Delivers Homer As Fans Bid H;m Fond ' ; Fdreweil" Boslon-(/P)-lIow that- Ted Wll. Hams' admirers h^ve- had: their way-- by subjecting, him .to fids- ton'^ outstanding, baseball, ova? tion -- that .slronc-wllied. .ilurtet may confouod them by having the .final say. ' ' . V - . ' -' ' .. There is. a possibility, that '.Williams actually '.will makVhls seer ond departure from the fipston Red 'Sox to the U.S. Marines today in the unostentatious mariner he so keenly desired, by playing against the St. Louis Browns. ..A roaring crowd of 24,764 weli- wishers .was convinced it heard MPill.iams' baseball swan song yesterday when he slapped a game- Winning one-on homer- against the bctroit Tigers' Dizzy Troiit on his larit turn at bat In the seventh in- hing. , · During ithis pre-game feitlvlttei, a jovial Williams IHniiired'a thunderous - ov8 ,'! 01 } ·'*)'". · ."'? ' *8p/- waving reiponses . to this crnwd 1 )! fheers. But the stahds shook when Willlnms .came tHrdUgh with' hU clutch hit, tlm-J2«h Red Sox carieK . Rack in the comparative quiet NWTHWIST AMANI41 TlMH, lir««ti«rlH«, Thitnddy, May i, 1*51 Marion Happier With Browns Ih.: rhr^s-Fdur Years o f . the er the game, . Williams, ' who delights in doing tlw unexncctccl, startled Manager Lou Boudreau-«nd his teammatej. ''Since I itiVe .to be back netJ! (fenway) to'liibrrbw, 1 may bo Playing another 'game. With yoll," i-aid. ' . . - . , "We'd IbVpto have ypti fbf btib more," Boudre'aU, replied. '"I'U^sSi* J feel In the riib'fh- Ing," Hfllliahw iaW, ."The-fltilJ' thing J'm' sure Of now is tHat.I have td report for-acUve service »^ yftllbw . Grove, Pa., By mltttilgHt Friday." . .;, ... · ' · . . . v IThereupbn WiHlanis hastened tb dlnnei- party, .dlirlhif which tils frlentlu pleaded! J'tjillt Hi)*' ' Ah your 'v/inhirig iionier." , th'fc Br JOE RfclOttLEB New yo'rk-OT-'a haven't betn !hii happy .in fhree-folir years. 1 feet freer th»n ever, before. It 1 * lu«l like a treat weight h«. ijtcn lifted off my mts'i' I f««i fine mentally »hd phyilcully." Martv Mtrion, Kin at 'always, ished contcnUdly. . : "I realize mort thin .ever now h«t I ninde a wl« decision when : paslmi up tha other offers for ihe bh« made fey; th* St. Ikilils Browni," contlhued the f onher nanager of the .St. .Louti Cardt- imls. "Wc.hnYe,i good,«H- Itig team. 1'tn happ'y to be jiart of it. I'm playihgt M ; weHai 1 ever have. I think rcan help the club', ploying 125 'games, at shortstop." . -Thus the former "Mr. : .Short- stop"--of--1he-Jfition»l ieaiufe suhimed.up bli fJrit two;*«ekj it) the American League !oild^lht ! 11 brilliant ycan ; ii a'plave ihd rfnfc as, a ndn-playing manijef 'wltn th6 Hertbirds. - ....... ' ' ,. , league ana t'm'JUst «· taKtr, « anxious to make food. PJ«yin(t with the Browns tort of k I»M hit r'iiSWn8KS"on".Uffrirt :!' he* envlronment,^,sa1d i MirlbH... .. ^ '"l"B'ave "aiTeiitra incentive to make Jood^I'lrslp.I .want to. piny a few .ye»r» for Bill Veeck (Brown's owner), -who has been »o goudU-mt, Second, 1 w»i)t to show certilii ' Jieople thnt 1 41)11 cah play In ihe big leagues. Even before' I wks fired ns Cardinal manajfdfi I. wis:givcji my relca«e as a playeK Wfieli I asked wHy, I wai tbia.ihat i ^a» throulhj wasfiea utt. That hurt, me deeply biicatfte;,! SnSw'^Hit at M; I itill had, scveral'.j-enri left. · lidil ieasoh Mirion 'could .riot pisy it ull.i'wo piicei o'f cHrtHalie Hnd to ba cut from* hli khe». Today, He IJ the. rufcUlrir itiortstop however, made no prom- of the rejuvenated Brownt. and being credited as Utt plartr m responsible tor the t«am'i ear season .success.. 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