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Ex- Tanks Make Senators Troublesome Records Fall In State High School Meet By The Associated Press · Yesterday.'s Yankees are- paint-! in's a brighter, future for today's! Washington. Senators. j A near-unanimous prD-season | pick for the American Leajrue cellar, Eucky , Harris's Senators ara.right in the thick of tne battle for the Iced with Boston and Cleveland, thanks to a quartet of 'ex-Yankees. '· .·All four . former New Yorkers played vital robs in Washington's sweep of a '.double-header 'from the skidding St. Louis Browns that boosted the Nats: into third place, 3?^ lengths behind the pace-sct- tinT Boston Ked Sox. ·/.·'Outfielders Archie Wilson and Jackie J2nscn ; two n f the four Ma 4-3. Cincinnati 14 riRSt GAME PHILADELPHIA . CINCINNATI ah r h ab r h Ashburn, ci 4 j n Hatton, 2b Hr.mner, KE 4 0 21.\dsnu. 3b players acquired by Washington B "n;«ss. c 3 0 ojv.'yros.ck, cf National Loop Box Scores American Loop BoxScores in Saturday's six-men trade with I S"" r 7° '3 ! ?!Af"^k " ib J J 3 the Yankees, mad- auspicious! w - J o n r s . 3b 4 i UBoWski, rf 3 1 i 4 1 SiWchmc cr. p Ib 4 0 OiSlTilth. p Sim'oni. p J 0 I'MMlllan. ss Hldzlk, p 1 0 0|3!ackwsll. p me i n u r t v j f f . man 1 ? auspicious | "- ·Jonfs. itebuts, pounding.out nine hits be- jjTM' 'f { . twte-jn t'nsm as the r'als tripped v. Janes, Dflrfit «·!, Phll«d«l«h'c lt-1 rmsT OAKR OITRQIT PHILADILPHIA ao r h 4 0 O'Joost. ts i l iivaio, rf 1 0 Olc'hilicy, c: 4 1 1 Zcrnia.. 11 . 4 0 0 priddy. 2 b 3 o i , G. Kcll^b ·m. 2-1 and 13-7. Stores Two I b-Wailkua 1 0 OlJemlnick, c' T\. ; n n , 1 MT-, , Hei'tz^l'n, p 0 0 (ij ·The. .iB-year-old Wilson scored j c-Nic'ois'n i l n Jb ijro'.n, c( Weru, rf iiouc'K. If 3 1 1 i Kollo'y, Ib 0 0 0 " ' 0 0 0 4 1 1 3 U I 1 0 0 both Washington runs in the first l Totals 35 4 arotais 32 5 lo 1 - - - - - - " ' a--Kan for Burssss in 9th. b--filed out for Ridzlk In 7lh game. as. Bob Porlerficli, another ex-Yankdg',- ctljcd Tommy Byrne in -a pitching duel. Porterfield, vvhc° Gsrne to V/sshin^ton in another MS transaction \viih the ·Yankees last June, limited the B-OV/CS to P'X hits. Tom Fcrrifk, who cam^ ploni; in the samo deal. i credited with the second game -- . --Hit horns run for Heinizclrnan In 3lh. Cincinnati -_- 033 010 lOx--5 Philadelphia 303 001 002--* E--ilnmncr. McMillan. RBI~-KlUB- zev.-ski. 2. Blackwell 2. Adam?, W. Joner, Ryan. Nicholson 2. *E--Hum- ncr 1. Ennis. Biackwcl.. J3--Borkow- !l:i, Adcock. HR--Nicholson. SB--Wy- roalek. DP-- Hatton. McMillan, and Kiuszewr.kl. Left--PhilEde'phia H. Cin- dnnnti 8. !is--Sinimonj :. Hldzlk 2. Bleelcwll .1. Wchmcler 2. SO--Simmons 1. Ridz'k 2. Blackwell 2. Wcli- mclcr 1. Smith 1. HO--Simmons - -in 2 innings; Ridzlk 6 in 4; Hcinlzelman 2 in 2; Blatkivcll 6 in · 7. Wchmcic? 3 in 1%. Smilh 0 in '.b- R KH ..Sim *" victory. Harris, who himself is a former Yankee, having managed Ihem in i857 and M8, hooes to ixct still me:* dividends fvom his latest sv/3'i with tha .Yankees tonight when riqhthande- Frank. 'Sncc" S^ca makes h'" first start against ths Browns. Shea and infleldcrjT--2:30. J-rry Srvder worn obtoir.cr}. along; P hii ade i p h" ooo "iT 130-7 is 3 with Wilson end Jensen, in I h c . Cincinnati . . 005 no lox--s 14 2 rlpal fhpt crnt n'lffiplrlT Trv TCnrpn ' ! 'n x . Hansen 13). Konslanty (4). J os- aea,i «!ji s.m njtnein.r irv f\nrTM M ·_. {,_.,,_.,_.______,, ,,, ani , Lopata. and infieldPr Tommy Upton to th» I pcrkowiki. Smith isi and Seminlek. Yankees. U^tcn wss immediately i winner--perkowskL Loser--r shipped to K?n?a.s City. Yan* S Haw*. Tna 1||ew ¥crk fi L . . T h e Yanks?-! were happy about! WEW YORK . . CHICAGO Smilh 0 in ',b- R EP.-Si mons 3-1. ftidzik 1-1. HcinZzalman i-l, Blaek-wei. £-2. Wclimslcr 2-2. Smith 0-0. WP--Blackwcli. Winner--Black- welt (1-3). Loser--Simmons ( M i . U-- Pin»llJ, Boggesa, Robb and Wamefce. Klu^zcwT-ki. Edwards, McMillan. Phil: W. Jones. iV took l-.vo from the Chicago Ijl?'!? n ;, 3b lite SQX, P-i 3 rd 3-1. Tom Mm-- Diering. if Sox fcr eight in- M^ys. cf i n ^ r T 'tie to a inrn 1 barh. CI (!-. F Miller, rookie West rum, c 3 6 IJHattcn. p t S.vraci'n, nbly STM PP fl g Ji^H^ski 1 th? trade ton bsrrsura Noren chip-! psd in witji a p?ir of vital hits 3 1hs- AVhit ?ah b'anked the -Sox fcr eight innings before rrfirin^ ^ue to a inrn finger nail. Bill SDTfhps'.v from ec.ai'.ered seven hits in the cao. Cleveland's Indians climbed into, second p 1 ?"?, coming frfim bp- hthd with fl fivp-run r^venth in- Ing- un-risinsr to defeat the Boston Rsd' Sox, 9-6. A double by Lvke ^Rster. find sin.sle? by Jim Friday, Harry Glmnfeon and J3obby Avila, the rally against! ab r h ab r h " i Willtcmsr 2b 4 1 linam'oUi, 2b 4 0 I s Lockm'n. Ib 6 0 01 Addis, cf 4 0 1 C (i.llB'holtz. rf 3 1 IlSausr. If 0 0 Olilack^on, 3b 3 o OjAtwell, e 5 2 3ITondy. Ib 0 IJBrink'f. ss 5 . . 5 1 4 5 0 2 4 1 Z 5 t 1 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 41 3 14 cTliompsoh 1 1 IJRamsttell, p Spencer, p 0 0 0!b Jftffcoat Totals 39 6 3 Totals £--Singled ftr Hucker In 4th. b--Ran for Ralnsrtell in flih. c--Doubled for Wilhelm in 10th. New York -. Oil 100 000 3--6 Chicago - - - 000 300 000 0--3 E--Jackson. BrinkonT. Add!?. RBI- Dark 2. Thomson. Sauer. Brinkopf. Hcrmcnski, Thompson, William; 2. 2flh J n c k B o n. jmps Ih - a Maurlc; McDermott and loser Iv- DP-- M=ys and Vtetrum: Dark, wu- - · Eddie Joost hit a pair of homcrr In the first game and Hank M.v- je~ v '. singled 'vifh the bpr;es loaded in the ninth Inning of the rcc- ond to give thT Philc'iclph'a A'h- l^tics a s\ve?n rf tho doub 1 "- llorm and Lockman. LOB--Now York P Chicaso 11. BOB--Hattcn a, Jnn- r.cn I. nam3dcli 3. Wilhelm 2, Kelly 1. SO-Ramadcll 4, Wilhclm 5, Kelly I. HO--Hstlon, 5 in 3'.j; Hacker 0 in ^: helm 4 in S'-j; Srncrr, a in 1: Kelly, 'iclni -1 in SV. Kpcnccr, 2 ini: Kelly, in 1; R At tlR--Hat;cn, 3-^; Hacker, ii-0: Jan:cn. , Wilhcim, 0-0; O A , vD header vith Detroit, 10-6 and fi-5. Bobby Shanlr won His third- for the . A'e .in, t'r.e. onrner . and -Hn! N'jwhnyssr \VD? knocked out. in his snrond T*^er pfnrt in the fifth in- G'".T?(S Hold LnPd ·- Few York's Giants ciun« lo thc'r rfoi'^n^. hn'f rams load nvcr Brooklyn in j l^fco, 11 !.; the,National 1^97115, vannuirhir.£i amacr. cf the Chicago Cubs in a 30-'nningi 2°^% s battle;-6-3. Doubles-fey pinch hit- I jirskuic, p t-?r Honk Thompson and Davcy! Williams enabled, rookie Hoyt [ Wilhelm In rsgi?ter his third vic- torv j'i relief. . | '· Carl Erskins registered his first! Totals rmior ICPTUC .^hutout. n'tchir.? the Dodders lo a flvp-hlt 6-0 win over tt« P'ttFbrrrh Pirates Fin*? clutch hitting by first b.2Ge*T!sn Ted KluczcWshi and- snectecHar rslinf pifchinc by Frank Smith helped the Cinc'n- nrti Roda rantvrn ;-4 and 8-7 decisions over the PhiladclnhiR Phillies, Gerry Staley became the first ti pitcher to win five came*! as t h c J L o r c i . , dcil. 0-u: Kelly: I-:,; Spencer, u-O, ; Uslts. ipon. « fucks, ~ p auicn ji p . 4 1 1 Zernia.. 1 4 1 2|jaln, Ib 4 2 3|.v.3ji:flUi. 5b 4 J aid. Kell, 2b i 0 ju-islroth. c 4 0 ^}j.iin.z, p (1 0 01 J 0 01 0 0 0! 1 a 0[ . u u Oi i o 01 3t e nrouis' ·fo:als t--Fanned for McClclartri ^--tanned . i - - - Ds.roit - 00!) Oul 0.0- b Little flpek-yp)-H'U probably a long tinie before there's another one like the 1952 Arkansas High School Track and Field Meet. This year's thinclnd shosy here. hnd the greatest number of participants of ail the 43 annual meets, produced 15 new records and three other performances which equaled records. There was Ray Means, who won six events and set three records . .,,,. to give, Fair view the .Junior cham- »b r h plonship. And Don Condor, who 5 2 2 i established -three records, helped tie a relay,mark and scored 21 1 A points, in leading Little Rock to the Big Six crown. And Jackie Sims of MontlceUo, who set a Inw hurdle record and lied the high hurdle mark in Class A. Little Ruck's winning total in the Big Six xvas 52 points. North Little Rock compiled 40W, Fort Smith 24. Hot Springs Ifl, Pine Bluff 17'4 and El Dorado 1, Camden copped the Class A title with 20 points. Crosselt had Ifl; 2 3 i 4 l 3 n 2 i 4 i 2 4 1 1 5 0 . : 4 U i 3 U 0 31 10 13 =4 III 1» in , ,;1. . J jiiiadc!phia . 5ii) OJJ OJx--10 .^onc. REI-Zcrnial, Majeski 4, Aa.roin. JOOE- ., Piiiiiey, - ala, isouchon j - r i i f c j i.lpt.1. i^o-.o.vjy i. -'B-- iiUjL.ii..'\Vci.z -. va.o. ^. Kcii. sou- c'.iocl:, ^a.u, oroi,., i:B..uway. iiK-- JOQJI 2, Si5-rii. Itcli. - S--i'huley, snail t r OP--JQC...I t. Kcll *nd *aui; Hfejc-B . Ji. Kc.i and fnin, Asiroth ,;nu t. Kc.l. l-c.i--iJblro... .,JrTM'»- BicvJiciar.d iJO-- fananu Lt. .. .ic.U -. u.cmmon ahaniz z. . . . . MO-- ruckj j in l;j Inninsa; jiulciiinfion I) m u'i; Mcclci,.nd 1 in 1: J-ittte.Jeiu 1 in v:.' j( u: tR-- ;nanrz c-3; i rucks t-li: t J U ch.il3Gn u-J: filcciciand 1-1; b;t.ie- neid U-ii. .V,p-- 'iriicKa iu-!j. u-- i-iur- i " Detroit ...... . Ihn- i,.j u«0-a 12 .-nuautlphla . . lUJu.-JU.i-- 1 .' 4 neu-nuu-cr. Trout li» anj iiiniiocr iVIar.in, ..copsr (tit, Scaeio iSi nnu ,.j troi.1. \ri -- lachciu. ^ -- irou.. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMH, hy*IMvlM*, Monday, May 5, 1*S1 SPORTS ROUNDUP Con way Monticollo Lcachvillp 13; Marianna 10; Rus- Eellvllla Sheridan, Fayettc- Clivcltn* It, *«Un I __,,.,, »0*TON Simpson, cl ooon... u muciUli, H «rmiey, rl iias.er; Ib !.,!. c p l-U. p ... 1 t\ JIMCE'lo. c. J ' li.-iewiu.. n J - *!-* vjOOUill^" J i 3uy.or. p * 1 0: jc.iiiar^.. 11 5 1 HDropo. ID i 1 ii..iuao-, rl ii u UI^CD^O, -a II 1 Ui.(i..lD. c 1 u u,.a UJ moll, p 1 0 OiJe.ocii, p 0 u o.rirlckncr. p 1 0 u . -«»,-, 5i 1 0 Ui 1 0 0, r n ·. i u . 1 1 o i 4 0 0 4 0 2 J u f 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 (Svilliimi). \V--Wilhclro --Keily 11--K u--Slcwari, Con- .jiie.nio ana Gore. T---j'.Oo. A-- 33.90J. , . . . . . . . . a--Jlruik IJIK tor uroinsk in o.h. b--VvtiKetl lor 'iroupj in nn. ..--/oUioa ou: lor junei in (tn. d--r'ilcii out for Plewail in Sin. Cleveland , 1^1 u10 j!j ' -- a i^-wynn, "Avila," 'iebDc[«. RBI-Mitchell. Boone, 2, Ro»en. Ind.cy, master 2. Simpson. Avila. Lennaru.. ·inronbberrj «. ^Bri--OlMaSR.o. rtoscn i Easier. Dropo. 3BH- Buono, Mc- Uzrmou. HR--inroncborry. S--..Ikon- oil DP--Boons lunaBsis.eti). uOL.-- Ciovciand 111. liosion i). flOi.--Mcucr- mDit 8. UriCKner I, W j n n J, Uarcn 1. .,U--McDcrmott 7. Bnckncr 1, W y n n Gi*omk 1. jonea a. oaiTia 1. nu-- ^^ynn, 4 In J»i inninSE'. Urcmck im l! a ; Jones 1 In 2: l«(u'c.;» 4, m Si Mc- iju-moll, S In t,:,: Uc.ocfc 2 In 0: B-lcner 3 in l-:^. 'layior, o ml. R *Ert --iVynn b-b' i-romcji, u-O; Jnne« 0-0; Garcia 0-0; BlcOcrmoU 6-b; Dclock _; . Jrlckncr 3 in lib; layior 0 in 1. H «t »R ! w-.ione» 11-0); i^--CIOCK {»-!). 0--summers, McKm.cy. Sosr. Duny. T -- j M . ·ro.kl/n i. l-HtEliursn * UROOKLYH ab r h Furillo, rf ,L 2-15 4 0 O.Korh'rck. ES 4 U Oi^oard, ri 2 i luucivicti, rf 4 u iijarJ ins. Ib 4 1 ijKlnur, li 3 1 jiiuaragolia, c 4 1 l|Mcrson. xb 4 1 l:OojGrccD, Cl ^ 1 O.CaSiiE'nc, ob ab r h U o . CT. U 0 3 0 1 U U U 1 U II 1 0 U ' B-iinJi \.tiks, p 32 G 710tal5 : .. _rounde;j ou. lor Muir in i D--iitrucK out tor La.'aims in 8 B S"Sh ;-:::::::»J IS TM-« K--O.CAion. RBI--Hcnsc. .iQninson ii. 'no*. --j.r;kine. !)P--ilccsc. Kobmion and Hotigos; casliglionc, lueraon and Me.kovic.i. Lwi-orooK.in o, Pii.=- 5 BE--13ick3on i. Eraklne i.iikJ 1. Muir 1. SO--ZrsKinc o. Muir J, V.Lks 1. riO--Dickjon 'o in i.; Muir 0 in Ji La^aiine 1 in ^; \Vilkl I) in 1. ,«iHINOTON Vb r h an r h ^ U » j Dolslne. ct J 1 *Vojt. 3b 4 » u ..j.-ioi". ss A 0 lluonn. ct 1 ° u ' oi."i;ne"! ir 0 llJenEen, rl 1 " u ! nc ; man. rl 4 0 li.vinon. If ·"' ° M Krynosiw Jb 3 u U.Vernon, I b 4 u ' I U'idib'.v Ib 1 1) CUunniMa. ll 3 u *' 'jhomts' 3 b 1 u 1 Michaels. 2b Oounncy, c 3 I) uaiiutiz, c a-Kivcra 0 0 Oi.'ri'liold, p Mgss. c 0 U 01 ioung. 2b 2 I) »l li-1l*nn 1 0 01 0 II 01 3 0 Oi iln «,. a 32 1 trotaU A--Ran for Cour;nc:' in itn B--Hit ln:o double play ior louns s" Louis 000 001 000-1 WMh!ns.on" ooo 101 oox-- E~M.cnacls. RBI--MichaeiE. ACiman. Runnel.. 2B-Dclilns Z.. Jensen, j-or- lerlield, Neiman, \\ilson. fa-- vcrnon. Di'--Youns and Cold»borryi Runncja and Vcrnon. Left--St. Louis Si Wash- ion 8 BB-Porlcrlield 1, llyrnc 1. ville, Drew Central and Bentonville, 5 each; Pigjott and Tuckerman, 3 each; Ssarc.v 2; Morrilton 1V-J; Tcxarksns. Fordyce and Blythcvine, 1 each. Ten new records were set and two were tied In the Big Six and A competition Saturday. The new marks, compared to the old ones: Bin six 440-yard dash: Condor, 50.5 seconds; 50.9 by Smith, LHUe Rock, 1940. Broad jump: Condor, 21 ft., V4 Inch; 20-8'/S by Blackburn, North Liiiie Rock, .1049. 100-dash: Condor and Clyde Hart. Hot Springs. 10.1 seconds; 10.2 by Hart in 1951. . . Pole vault: Harold Allison, Little Rock; and Grover House, North Little liock, 11 ft, 1 inch; 10-10 by Gilbert, North Little Rock, 1949. High jump: Marion Matthews, Hot Springs, S ft., 10 inches; 5-BV4 by Matthews in 1951. Class A 880-run: Jack Barrett, Crossett, 2 mill., 4.8 seconds; 2:5.8 by Roeder, Plggott,. 1951. 180-low hurdles: Sims, 20.4 seconds; 20.6 by Daker, Russellvillc, 1951. :440-dash: S t a n l e y Flowers, Marianna, 51.7; 52 flat by Rye, Russellvills, 1S40. 220-dash: Jimmy Wcstbrook, Camden, and Hawkins, Plggott, 23.1; 23.3 by Bentley, Hussellville, 1950. 440-relay: Conway 44.7; 45.2 by Camden, 194P, I.illle Rock's 440 relay team, on which Condor was the anchor man, tied the record ot 44.3 set by Little Rock last year. In Class A. Sims tied the 120 high hurdle mark of 15.4 established in 1349 by Rle« of Camden. How They Stand By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUK W 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 U 1 3 2 2 . a 0 II 3 0 1 4 II 1 2 0 U 3 0 2 30 2 7 Pel. .733 .714 .007 .647 .500 '.36!! .313 .158 Pt. Louis Cavr1in?ls Hivirted a don- | "."","· He-header \vilh the Bnston Bra\'cs. The bis Rcc'bird ri?rithnndcr gained a 4-3 first genie win although j li^ needed help from Alpha Braz!s. ' '. I Home runs by Sam Jcthroe and '£R-~Dickson ii-3, Mmr 0-0; - Ln- 0-0. Wilk-, 0-0, trskine 0-0, drkine. W.nncr--Zrcklne (l-0|. --U:ck:!on ( M l . U--Banlck. uor- o n a c i U a n Ballanfanu 1 - Ed Matthews clinched the second game for (be Braves, 5-1. Reds High On - Frank Smith As Reliefer I01TON -.. LOUIS ab r h ab r h .Tcihroe. cf o i ^i3tanky. 2b 4 3 2 Mnulcwa. ^b 4 i: lijohnfion, ob 0 0 0 · orgeaon, Ib 4 0 li.icmus, ss 3 (I ^SJchdst. ob-2b 1 I UMiulal. rf 4 0 l|..nwrey. If 3 o oi.-vc^tlakc. cf 4 o raiiko, ib 4 0 2.D. Rice. C 3 0 Oidt.iloy, p 1 0 0! Jrazie, p 0 0 u 36 3 11 Total: Ooruon, if COOJKi'. C Marshall, rf Rscfi. nb P 4 0 3 . 0 II 4 0 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 3 S(l--Poricrfleld 2. Byrne 1. Byrne 2-2. Fortcriicid 1-1. Byrne (KlulU. Wilson). \vinner-Por icrlicld 12-21. Loscr-uyrne (2-11. Lm- P ;rc=--McGowan. Napp, Grieve anri | ^apparcllD. Time--1:58. I H C C N D C A M K New York 11 Brooklyn _ _ i n Cincinnati 12 Chicago 11 SI. Louis . 0 Boston 7 12 Fhiladclnbia 3 11 Pittsburgh. 3 16 Sundays Results Brool-Jvn 6 Pittsburgh ft Now York 6 Chicago 3 10 in- ninas St. Louis 4-1 Boston 3-5 Cincinnati 5-8 Philadelphia 4-7 GITICS Today . Brooklyn at PHI.sniirBh--Loes (2-0) or Branca (1-1) vs. Friend (1-3). New York nt Chicago--Hearn (2-m vs. Mlnner (2-0). Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Boston 12 Clovrland 11 Cain. PaiEC (4). rick (3). and GraMC Hudson (61. and .' WP--Fcrricit. LP | St. Louis I) 3 0 1 0 0 CI Jones, p o o u i coleman. If Toials 36 a 11 minis 32 4 9 ' Tfdrig'cz. 31 a--r'oulcd i..u ior bpahn In 8,n. ; Grissom p Btislnn ID: «:« 000-3 ; siolibs. p - Lojis HO 010 lOx--i a-Wilron E--flced. Sisii, Hcmus. Rai--Math, cws. Muslal. Torfier.on. Cooper. Schoen' dicnct Homu.';. HB -- Bliko. Jclhroe dlcll. Sianky. HR-- Mothew*. DP-- He- mu:, Slanky and Uiikn; Spahn end dUti; IJilko, IJeinus and DilKo; Maih- c\V3. HccH anrl 'lorceson: Mafs.:till nnd chiHeo o-i. N«Y» Torn s-i CHICAGO HE* YO»K ab r h ab r b Ca'aBq'el ss 4 0 OiDizzuto, RS 5 1 2 Fox. 2b 4 0 liMantlo, rf. 5 1 1 , Minoso. cf 4 0 0 ; Nnrcn. cf 5 3 2 1 i Robins'n, Ib 4 0 S.Btrra. c . 1 2 0 1 i Melt, rf 3 0 0 1 M'Do B Id. 2b 4 1 -' 0 : Ziirllla, rf 1 0 OiWoodlmB. II ·'' 0 2 I.ollnr. c 2 0 0!Collilu. I b 4 0 1 Shcely c 1 0 0 ^ . Brown. 3b 3 0 0 " 3 0 l:Morgan. p 4 0 0 3 0 2:U8lrowski. p 0 0 0 0 0 u 1 0 Oi ,, 1 0 0 1 H. Brown, p 0 0 Oi b-Slcwart 1 0 0! Aioma, p 0 o o ; Prt. .750 .(ill .55!! .528 .500 .412 .400 Schoontticnsi and Hcmus. Left-- .Boston 9: s:. Loui . B3-- . . . Siaicv «, Jones 1. SO-- Siaiey 1. Spahn OlndnnntH/P) - Tho name of Frank Smifh can't bo found yet in I;hc won and lost columns of the National League's 10r2 pitching rncords. hut manasor Luke Sewcll ! T.-Ko^spahn" 5 In" 7 Tnninp; Jonoi of ilic Cincinnati Rrcis says: l o In I; Slaisy 11 In S (faced one man "if there is a hotter, relief pilch- pr in Ihe lenguo, I wnnt lo ser hirh.- Bix-fnot, three-inch Smith 3;h ' ; ° ln - '· B - * ER ~ 4*3; Staley 5-3; Brazlc 0-0: Jonea hasn't been marked with cither a rtefcat or a victory but he hns ap- * . Winner -- S'niey *5-fl); Sp-^hn (1-2), U~-Seenr.v, Goetr, coli find Jorrln T-- 2:23. SICOND CAMK Boiion 200 000 003--5 9 0 000 010 000--1 8 1 (?)· nnd Burrls; her«. HBS--Boiton: Jcthroe, Mnthewi. SI. Louis .. Surknnl. Bun pearcd in relief roles in eight of Chnmhuri. Scbir. tha Reds' firrt Ifl fames. On four i P- RIMJSI. W-Surhqnt. LP--Cham- occafions he put the itopper to rallies by opposing teams that were threatening to wipe out Red- ICi; leads. . Three times he stopped the ines without runs, but Cincinnati was behind and never could catch up. He took n cufflnff April 20 but tjie Reds.eventually won. The big 24-year-old rlRhthand- or, who specializes in a deceptive sidc-nrm pitch, hat allowed three rum tnd 10 hits In 10 1-3 innings but ilneo that April 20 game he has permitted only four hits and no runs (n six nnpcnvanccs covering 'ieyen innlnps of work, felmt Wlni At Bitmudi H» m i l t o n . Bermud»-(p)-Vlc Sclxn:, Phlltqilphl*, won the Barmudt chimplonthlp by belting Bill Tnlhert. New York, 8-7, 1-3, 1-1, 0-1, fl-0. May Sports Card May 5--ArkansRs baseball team vs. Hradloy, at Peorla, III, May 6--Arkansas bnseliall team vs. Bradley, nt Pcorln, III. Ar- k»ns«i tcnnla team vs. Tnlit, here. May T-^Arknnens hatcball team vs.. Illinois, «t Champ«l»n, HI. M«y 9-IC--Southwcrt Conference Trick meet, at Dallas. Southwest Confcr»nct jolf meet it Dilllt. Knp ip thx TIMIR UMf. Ow Um»-ntt , Totalf 3) 0 7Tnl«ls 38 8 10 a--Struck out Ior Slobbs In 6lh. I)--S^.rucl: out for H. Brown In «'.h. New York y 0_0_0_ i):.x Chirago 000 000 030--0 K--Grissom. Fox. Carraiquel. HB1-- I McDoucald .7, Collins 2. WoodlinK 2. '. .·JB--Norftp. oB--HizEUlo. Collfn?, j ox ' DP--McDoufild. nizr.u;n snd Collim: Mcnoucild anJ Collins. Let!--Chlcaco 5 N«w York I I . BB--«rls«om 5. SO- Grissom 3, Slnbbi 2. Brown 2. Morcan 6. HO--GrUsom 4 in l»i InnlntJ: Slohbi I In 3'i: Brown 1 In :; Alonu In I. Mortan 6 In K; Ostrowskl 1 In I RVRE--Grlsflom fi-5; Alonia 2-'!. W i n - ner-- Mnrsnu ( l - l l . Loser--Gr!*:im (0-21.- U--Berry. Honochk'k. Rommel. T--276. lieOND O»M« rhlcjico 003 ODO 0001 7 0 : ,rw York 000 Oil OlH--3 (1 Pierce. Kennedy Ifli nnrl Lolhr. Shel- ; ley (7). M?Bl 181: Minor nnd Dorra. i LP--Pierce. HR; N. Y.--Berra. Giants Still Have A Fine Second Sacker Chlcago-OT-D a v e y Williams. New York Giant second baseman Is provlns a worthy successor lo Eddie Stanky. Wllliamn has been on baso In each of the Giants' last 14 Ramos, hitting safrly In u of them. In the fltld, the rookie has handled 63 chances without »n error. Mmgrum Wlni Pli_r*ff Sacramtnlft, Clllf.-UTl Minnum of Chleiio won the Call (om(i OpM on th* Mtond hnl* of * luddcn death playoff with Ralph Lomell of Fresno. Chicago 7 Philadelphia 6 Sunday'.i Results New York 8-3 Chicaco 0-1 Washinston 2-15 St. Louis 1-7 Philadelphia 10-G Detroit 6-5 Cleveland 9 Boston 6 Games Today Cleveland at Boston--Lemon (2-21 vs. Parnell (2-0) or Scarborough (0-0). St. Louis at Washington (night) --Pillctts (2-1) vs. Shea (0-0). Only games scheduled. A.C. athlelp, has won 19 national championships- in tho hammer, discus, ?,6 .-id 35 pound weight throws in 22 years. Ruth Had No Special Weaknesses At Plate, Former Pitcher Says By GA1XE TALBOT New Vork-OT-Earl Whltehitl, t h e - o l d Detroit and Washington southpaw, was visiting the bench at the stadium and talking baseball, and ?s almost invariably happens in such circumstances the talk came around to Babe Bulh, the mighty, man who is widely credited with having built the joint. Whltehlll, who won 217 gamo.v in the years after he came out of Cedar Hapids Iowa, mostly for second division ball 'clubs, wns asked if he and his fellow American League pilcliers ever evolved what might be termed a master plan for trying io get the Bambino out. Perhaps it Is not Rencrally known, but pitchers are something of a . clan apart. If one of their members discovers a certain batter's weakness, or anything resembling n weakness, the news gets nround the league faBtti; than a brush fire. Pitchers do nqt like batters, and the feeling is reciprocated with interest. "Most of the ho?n thought the best idea was '.a pitch him nl(h and outside," Whltehill rrcallfrt. "Tl'at w«r he wasn't so likely lo pull one into the rl?ht field s»ts on you. But thtre never win «ny fencral agreement on that fellow. 'The trouble with the Babe was that you'd give him a certain pitch and he would miss it by a foot. I mean by a foot, and you would think to yourself that you had something. A couple ot pitches Inter you would come In with It again and he would knock it out ot the lot. Myself, 'I liked to curve him low and had better luck than some of the others." A squint at the Babe's home run records shows that he walloprd only a dozen of his mammoth tola! otf Whltehlll In the 11 years they faced each olhtr. Any pitcher wh6 held Ruth to an approximate av- eraire of tine homer per nCAson was well under par for the course. "Hub Pruett of the Browns was the only one who really hsd the Babe's number," Earl continued. "H I remember right, he struck him out something like 13 .times in a row. All.ho fed him was a screwball that broke down maybe sharnnr than Carl HubbcU's. He would.hold the ball out in front o( him and tell the Babe he was going to throw him another screwball and the Babe would break his back swinging at It. I think Ruth only hit two homers off him in his career." Dirt Whltehlll think any of the gamc'a other famed slurrers, such as .limmie Foxx, ever equaled the Babe {or distance? 'None of them did," Earl said with finality, "I saw him hit one in Detroit that I'll always feelwas the longest : ln the history o/ the game. It went out of the park and across the street and onto a building. Maybe it was over the building. Anyway, a sports writer stepped it off and found H had landed well over 500 feet from the plate." SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W - L Pet. Mobile IS 7 .682 New Orleans 17 9 AM Chattanooga -H 10 .5,13 Atlanta 13 11 .5.12 Nashville ,, .--in 12 .455 Little Rock ! 12 .429 nirmlnghnm . 10 14 .417 Sunday's Results Birmingham 7, Mobile 6 New Orleans fi-3, Atlanta n-8. Nashville 3-fi. Mrmnhis 0-3 Chattanooga 8-8, Little Hock fi- l l . . N-O-W BOCK BUDWEISER BEER HAS ARRIVED At Your Local Retail Oidtot Barons Trip Mobile 7-6 By The Amof lutrd Prriu On occasion, ihc Birmlnsham Borons look more like Southern Association leaders than do the first place Mobile Bears.. Yesterday was one o f ' those days, The Barons backed up pitcher Al Bennett with alr-tlght defcn- «lye work to eke out a 7 to 6 victory. In other league action, necond place New Orleans divided » double feature with Atlanta, sinning the opener t to 0 and losing the second, 8-3, Chattanooga defeated Little Unck In the first dime t,-t ind dropped the second 11-B. Nashville Inflicted « double defeat on lowly Memphis, 3-0 and 8-3 It wan the ninth defeat in 10 gamci for the Chicks. : .. Kell Brothers Oppose Eich Other In Majors Phlladelphla-(/P)-Two of Swlf- ton, Ark.'s most famous citizens met here »s friendly opponent* on two major league baseball teams. George and Everett Kcll played opposlta' each other for the flr«t time in the major*. Oeorge, stir third baseman of the Detroit Tlitcri, is well known in tho big time circles. Skeclor, a 23-year-old rookie, hit two singles, made three ·stlsts, five putouti and stole a base as his Philadelphia Athletlci downed the Tigers, 10 to 6, yesterday, George got a double, scored a run, had two assists and two putouts. Derby. Chomp KMT ·» with .U» imn -tnt h · I i«tKM Hill Gall with Eddie Arcaro up clashed to oil Imprcjslvs wlrt'Jn tbi' Kentucky Derby nt Chfrehiil Downs, Louinvlllc, Ky., Saturday. TW Colur.iot Farm mstcor led most of the way and finished with-'* lsa» I ol two IciiKtlu. It marked the f i f t h bcrby win {or Arcaro. ···» s J_ _^ - ' ^ · (AP'WIripftto) Hill Gail Easy Victor In Derby Louisville, Ky.-W').- IllirCail's hopes of -becoming klnit .of tho 3- ycar-olds teemed to hinge todny on how well ho can meet two upcoming l.lSt'CB. Everybody agreed h;s performance .In- winning Siituniny's Kentucky Derby RtRmpcd him H Bleed of unusual promlpnl one Ihnt ml^ht walk nway v/llh th» chnmplon- shlp tionoru, but before he run. «lt. In the throne room of such former kings us Cltnllon, Whlrtowsy, Count Fleet and AsmuM, he musl; 1. Show that he can go the long* er cHstenccs, such HH ihe mit(j o h d } one-half route of the Uelmontl Stakes later this Bprlft;;. 2, Prove tint lie's master ot other 3-year-oltta that weren't ready for the Derby, . l Tom Fool, I'rimate McAdam. . . ' - , ' lie left no doubt that he w* master of the lit thct triad to ruj with h l m l n t h e B r r b j . .,,.;-.-. , - . .' ' ~*~~~~T~~ .:;.: -^'. ; .' ·{ . Sox Have Moiippo.t^0n · Bases-Loaded Homirt ; , bold the Americsn IxsaiueSooo oly on home runt withoaiw load- etf today. Rookie Fiye ftirone- Bcrry irand iltm, hll :i«md In yesterdjty'n.lam* a|«lnifCl«ve- land wos the fourth In the American League this season -^"-ill'bj tted Sox players, WSlt Drcfo iiwi Don Lenhardt hav« th* othsn. Not white, -not wncat nit ij» but · flavor blend, of ill lhn*- Juuxe'i Aomin Mill Brt*d. STRAIGHT eOUMON WHISKIT Beat the Summer Heat! iLlecfric room a l r - c n n d i t i n n i i i R units givu you the answer to relief from summer heat. Comfort for mother and children during the day ... sleeping comfort at night. Call or visit one of your local nir- conditioiiing unit dealers, lie b prepared to supply the type of _ room conditioning unit best suited ; to your needs. -. Efficient nnd low cost electrlo.i service Is always on the job to help] you get more comfort and convenirl" cncc from the many. »ppli»nces thstt give you modern, electric livifl.fr. B. i, DTlli, DIVISION MAHAOCK

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