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BT JOE REICHLEn | Steve not only handc-uffed the i righthander Willard Nixon to r«f- (AP 'Sporii Wilier) . Yanks with four singles but had I istrr his firjst trumnh. Vollmer itpve Ci-omc!;. 32 - year- oH tho crowd of 05,914 limp at the I nlso collected if single and double Ksmtr.irnck, finish when he retired the last for a perfect night at the plate righthander from - , . Mich,, qualifies ?.s H Yankee killer I ih:-c= hatters wilh the potential for the Cleveland Indians. I tying run on base. The veteran nsh'.hander, con- The Indians' tally off Reynolds sidered 8 second stringer on the | came in the second inning, h wss Indian mound , pitched a | scored on singles by Dale Mitchell, neat 1-0 four-hitter in b-atin.g I h c ' Ray Bnnnr and Birdi? Tebbetts. Yanks and Allie Reynolds last; Boston Ovsr Chicago for the third time. Cleveland's triumph, in the first The last time Giomek started clash of the season between the against-the Yanks in Yankee Sta-] two barling contenders for the dmm--rMay.10, 1049--he trimmer,j American League flag, kept the the Bomber^ 3-2. The time before; Indians within one game of Ihe t^ 3 t -- in Cleveland in 1948 -- he · f i r ^ t - p l a c e Boston Red Sox, who dov:ned the Yanks, 2-1. Gromck's shutout w a s ' l h e f i r s t ' 1 1 - 2 . time, a Cleveland pitcher h a s ] A pair of homers blanked the Yanks since Bub Fel-! Clyrle Vollmer and againts Joe Dobson and. two re- liefers. He batted in six runs. Conrado Marrero pitched the third-place Washington Senators to their f i f t h straight victory with a 5-2 win over Detroit. Again Jackie Jensen nnd Archie Wilson, obtained from the Yankees la^t Saturday, were the big guns on attack for the Nats. Duane Pillette pitched the St. Loiii". Browns hiitk into the win- n i n g -column with a 5-1 triumph trounced the Chicago White Sox, i over the Philadelphia Athletic?. Marly Marlon and Clint Courtney each hit horhcrs and bntled in two runs for the Browns. by Boston's another bv ler's no-hitter in April, 194fi. i W a l t e r Dropo made it easy for Pafko Sconi Run Brooklyn's Dodger.- moved past New York's Giants into first place In the .National League with a lOth-lnning 5-4 victory over Ihc Cincinnati . Reds.' Andy Pafko scored the winning run. . Teeing off on Max Lanicr nnd a parade nf five adriitinnni hurlers fur 15 hits, Eddie Stanky's St. Louis Cardinals snapped the 'Giants' seven-game w i n n i n g slrrisk wi-.h a 9-4 triumph that dropped the defending championG into second place. Robin Roberts hurled a brilliant two-hitter as the Philadelphia Phils smiijpe-:! 5 four-same losing streak will) a G-U victory over Pittsburgh. Johnny Klippfteln pitched the Chicago Cubs to a Hirer-hit 2-0 shutout over the Boston Braves in the only game played in daylight. . Gromek Slays Yanks, Dodgers Move Up Interest High In Vejar-Davey Chicago Match Answers Judge's Cage Policies NCAA Contenders Emerging In Southwert Lexington, Ky-W'J-The sity of Kentucky acknowlhdgrd today its administrative officials anri athletics staff are partially re~ snonsible for the bar-kcthall scandal that struck the school. It prnmisp-d i.hRt "never nsain" shall a scsnda! besmirch the name of their university, because it is resolved to make reforms that will avoid it. Eleven officials including Governor "V/ctherby qmt President H. L. Donovan of the university signed a preliminary statement replying 1 to Judge Saul Streit of New American Loop Box Scores Boiton It, Chicig* 2 Ctiiciio BOSTON ab r h ab r n Car'smi'l, ss 3 0 OiDiMagisio. cf 5 2 1 Fox. 2h 2 0 OlPesky. 3b 4 2 1 n^nlfi. 2h . 0 0 OA'otlmer. If ' Minoso. c f 3 0 HDropo, Ib Robinson. Ib 4 1 HTh'nberry. 4 I llpscrial]. ss 3 0 ULcptco. 2b ·1 0 Ophite. c 4 0 0-Nixon, p i n n ! 0 0 1 n 0 0 o (»: 1 o o ; 30 2 4 Totals National Icon BoxScores . If 4 0 1 4 n i 4 0 0 Dobson, p Brnwn. p A-Zarilln AJnmi. p B-Stpwart Totsln __ ____ "A-- "oppeil oul fm Brovm in 8lh. B-Callud out on stnkC3 Jor Alomi C - , « o . . . . . . B'! C ,!.f. ...... 312 100 01X-J1 D-CarrMQUe'l'." White. BBI-Vollmcr G White 2. Plorsall 2. Drono. M e l c . l i o ' a r 2B-Min«o. Volimcr. Throne. brrr--. Robinson. im-Vollmcr 2, Me e. uropo. Inson; D?-Mi Nixon. , no». Dcntc and Bob- Plertall and Drop Me.c. rf York, who denounced KentuckVg | LolJnr. ,, '. _,. - T · Coleinsn sioletic spending and policies. ird'guez. The judge let forth his multiple- chargfi blast a week ago ns he gave suspended sentences tn former Kentucky papers Alex Gro?,a, Bslph Beard and Dnlc Jiarnstable. who admitted t a k i n g bribes to fix pames. The jurist was particularly harsh on Adolph Hupp, veteran basketball coac!i, and said he and the school r.iust share responsibility. To Resist "Dictation" .The university replied; . "We do not contend that our record in t h i s ' a f f a i r is above criticism . . . but this a f f a i r is above an_ athletics program . . . we a f firm that we shall be answerable to the people of Kentucky, to the NCAA, and to our regional associations and that our policies; 51. LQU! will not be dictated by Judge | * T - LOU JJ r h Streit." ' | DeiEing. cf ° 5 i 2,.tocst. The school hit at the Nrw York an^le of the cage scandal which spread to eight schools and 30-odd players. "It would' be well fnr .fudne Streit to remind himself that not the least responsible, by any means, are those who have toler- a t e d ' t h e unsavory environment in - \vhifh Madison Square Garden j *--Fouled out for Hooper in seventh b--Vanned out lor Fowler in n l n ; h . St Louis « - (M 010 200--S PrVUdtlphii t. Fittiftureh 0 PHILADELPHIA PITTSBURGH ab r h *b ' Aahburn. cf 3 i 2;Xor-horcl:. M 4 1 2iB"Jromc. Ib 4 0 I Beard, rf 5 2 3'Kiner. If S 1 jiM'C'loutfh. c 4 0 2|H'j)r. p 4 0 O ' ^ M a n g a n 4 ] Z'Waush. p 3 0 O'Morcon, 2 DcIGrcco, t ~ * i Hamncr, BS 4 3 4 Burfiess. c 5 1 2 I Ennb. rf rf 3 2 E | Jonc-;, Tb Ryan. 2b Clark. I f Wai kur. Robert, Porker Nefmen Lose 4-2 Match To Talsa The Arkanrps Eazorbacks lost their f i n a l match of the year yesterday a.lcrnooh t'i Tuisa University, in H clone --2 nncounter on the Faycttcvillc c i t y . courts. In the sing'es, Jack V/arn:;lcy of Tulsa defeated C-iar'.cv Crigger of Arkansas, C-2, C-4. B'-ll Ball defeated Jim Porter n[ -Arkansas G- n, 0-n; Mickey V.'ilson, Tulsa, dc- 'feated Kug'i Horsey 1-fi, (1-1, 0-2; and Buddy Snider, Arkansas, de- teatcd Lloyd Elliott B-8, n-2, 6-2. t ]n fie double.". \Vamsley nnd "a n n! '' a ." °' ' i u i E n defeated Crigccr nnd 4 n o j 3 n l d c r li-9, R-4; ,ind Dorscy and n » I Tom Crl;cr dc'cated V/ilson and J S 8 l E U ! o t t , G-2, G - I , Winner Of College Men's Bout To Get Crack At Gavilan ChlMgo-MVI'rqfMslonal box mc's hlfi time will be waiting o f f - j ciinvnp tonight for the winner of | the 10-rouml Chicngn Stadium bout between young, lusty Chlo Vej;ir nnd .studious Chuck Davry. The victor of this rare match f e a t u r i n g two rolk'ge men has I born prnmifcri H shot at Kid Gavi- j 1 f a n ' s welterweight championship. Thir. would be an exceedingly rewarding venture .iiideiiiR by the way the Vejar-Davoy fight has caught on here. .Promoiofs fire predicting a turnout of 10,000 f n n s nnd a »ate of more t h a n S10.000, not includ* inn prnereds derived from sale of rnrfin and tolevi.sinri Bights. Both Vcjnr, n freshman ;tt New Yor!; University, nnd Davey, who hoUN iwn rtenrces from Michigan State College, arc popular fighters. Vojar is possibly the brttpf known of t!ic two, having made nmnprnus Eastern appearances on television in compiling n record of only one defeat in 42 fights. He is a fast, busy and enthusiastic bniwlcr who swings hard and often enough to knock out 24 opponents. Davey fouijht and won 08 amateur fights, most of them as H istu- !b n n n ! in a previous encounter, Tulsa j dcnt at M ichi g, in state J J J j h a d defeated ^Arkansas 5-1. · i member'of the Spartan's fl n i i ·f 3 n 1 i and far/Xing 37 11 14 | TotaU M.i:n, p t^arnglola, 36 P 13 Totals 2(1 0 2 i Inson; x o . Loft-Chicago v. Boston '· BB-Nlxon 1 Dobson 2, Brown 3. SO-- Mxon b. Dohson E. Brown 2. HO-Dotaon J In 3. Brown 2 in 1. Aloma 5 in 1. H ER -- Dob^r.n 6-5. Brown 1-1. A'oma 4-4. Nixon . HBP-N'lxon I Fox. Carrw- qucll. WP-Dobson., Nixon. Winner- Nixon II-"!. Loicr-Dobson .13-21. U-- «:oar Duffy. Rumners. McKml«. T-- «:27. A-- 16.250. VHILADILPHIA ab r h . Marion, ss Dvch, If Kienian. rf A r ( t . 1b L Tho'a-i *^ .Cni.irincy. c Younp "h Pillc'lc. p 4 2 3!Valo. rf ·1 fl liphilley, cf s 0 o;£ernia'. If 4 n iimm. Ib n 1 O'TvIajeski, 3b 4 1 2|Kcll. -h 1 n O'A-stroth, c 3 0 0 Hooper, ri aK. Thomas Fowl or. p Mlitrhcock !1^ S 9 Totals 1 4 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 1 4 0 0 7th. a-- Filed out. for M u i r in . PhilodeJphin .......... 001 f"! 1 ! \\n Pittsburgh . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 OIO-'J E-- Nonr. RBI--T^famnrr. nnn:i n, Ryfin. Ashhiirn. 2n -- Ennip, J o n e s . W a f t k u s . ny?n. HR-- E n n f B I'. SB- Beard. S-- Roberts 2. Hamncr. D: J Carlsen. Koshorek ten-- Philadclphin 12. Pit ________ BB -- C^r^cn 4, Roberts 2. Main WauRh J . SO -- Huberts 6. Car 'pen .. HO-- Carlsen 8 In 3: Main 0 In 1: M u i r I in 1: Waiigh 4 in 2. R EP-- C=r'- scn 4-^: Main 0-0: Mu'r 1-1: W ^ u g h l - l : RobertB n-0. WP--Csrlsen. Poh- crts. Winner-- Roberts 1 4-J ). Laser-Carlsen. (0-1). U--Con!an, Gore, Stewart and GugHo'mo. T -- 2:14. Roundup Of Sports, Briefs team. Since turnlns pro, he won 30 small purse fichts and drew once. Then hr got a match with Ikp V,'!!- liamfi, former lightweight- cham- ninn. Dnvry won tnnt fight, held ' ln.Chicngn-.KJx weeks ngo, in the | firth round 'by n technical knock- i out. · orfdsmakcrs have favored Davey ! TENNIS Hamilton, PermiHa--Tnn-sroH- ·n Vic Selxas Ipd favorites into j ,,lm c the match wss announced 'lirri round of Coral Beach Tennis f E ar iy figures ranged up to 2-1 Borliromc.l Tournament. .sburRh 4. ! Now they're about 6-5'. New York---First scored - Chicixn 3, Boitcn t ·OITON CM lib r h .Tclhrot. cf 4 0 JIM'.kils. M'lhcwJ. 3b 4 0 O l A d d l s . cf 4 0 0 3 0 0 WhU'nanl, If 4 (I OIBs'mhollz, rf 3 n 1 Torccson. Ib .1 0 O'Eaucr. If aH'rtsfield Burris. c Marshall, rf 4 n 0 I Sinli. 2h-!i 4 0 n I Cusick. S O I h-Hr 2 0 1 1 0 I) 0 n n 1 o o 34 1 8 onerates." 'Garden Criticized Philadelphi ~ " 101 ODO (TOO--1 RBI--Cnurlnry 2. Marion ~ -rhillty. Arft. As_ . .1 g. HR--Courtney. 15--riileltc. Dvck. DP--Arft, id PIlKittc. Left--SI. Louis «. 'The report fisEb'rleri- "tlicro were E--None. .HB' n -- en no basketball fiACs" hyfore t'^c j fro^^n^D 1 ^ i^i"^ 1 collcsir.to game bcc?'.mn a mnjor | Marion" Garctcn attraction. It declared: j K^^-R: BB-piTictte'a. Hooper "Univcrplty administrators and J. Fowler^3 so-Hoopcr 3. Fnwlcr i. onarhrs have rrred in ppvcraf ro- | Plllctte n. HO--Hooper 9 in 7 inning?: snorts,, but nnp of their era vest j gj££ rr \£ ^wlc? oTM"wiinir- 'l!- crrnrs v.*fl" in ever ncrmiitinp ?.' jctte (3-D. Lm^r--Hooper io-2. U-"basketball t r n m tn nlay In M a d i - i Pawarcn^.^Huricy and S:evcns. T- son Square Garden." i " "~ '' ' Kcd !ri?=ri, whn brnusht collcpo ba?kclbn]l i n t o the Gcrrifn, was not available for comment. The statement wus nrcn^rrd by representatives o f u n i v e r s i t y trustees, the athletic association anil filumni. It mentioned tvvo cnr- reclive procedures already taken: {l . n ?Dcrr. c elimination of generous expense Lipon. ER and entertainment allowances t n ' j "°v'cr?z P players a f t e r bowl Barnes and j white, p steps to eliminate undesirable rc- cruitir.fi of athletes. n--struck j'crr;, .-it Mu'.l'n. If Manc.i. rf K'llowny. ]h Ca!!s on Truman W7»'h : nrtnn ^- Detroit 2 " DETROIT WASHINGTON ah r h ah r h Prdciy 2h 4 1 UYost, 3h 3'2 1 I,orchcn. ct 3 1 1'Busby, cf 4 0 " KeM ."h -1 0 O'.lcnspn. rf 3 2 1 Perry "b 0 n (I! Wilson. If ' 1 1 2 4 0 OiCoan. If 0 0 * 4 0 O.Vernon. lh 2 0 0 4 0 I I Runnel*, is 4 0 2 H n n Michaels. 2b 4 fl-0 4 0 2 ; Grasso. e 4 1 n 2 0 liRlarrero. p 4 0 1 1 0 n. n o ni ] Totals 11 " -14 - 6 Totals ^ 32 3jf ~,7~". .-- for Houttcimnn in 1th. b-Siruck out for Whlt^.nJ.h^, 1 Washington""" -20D 030. OOx-5 E--Kolloway. Rnnnch. Wilson. Kfi 1 '. RBI--Runnrls. Lcrchen. Jensen, wtl- i sim Vcrnon. Kcll- 2B--Yosl, Jensen. ' Priddy 3B--Wilson. HR--Lerchen. SB i --Jonsfcn. Left---Detroit 7. Washington . 7 r,B--Houitcmann 4. Marrern ?. SO-I M^rrcro 6. HouHcmann .1. HO--Houtle- i m a n R in 6 innings: White 2 in 2. . K F.R--Houlteman 5-n. Marrero 2-2. : WP-- Houtleman. PB^-qinshcrK. Winner--Marrero (2-ni. Loser -Houttemsi] t-.3) u--Pan"rel!a. McGowan a n d ' Gric'vp. T--1:56. . ic . 2b Blckrorri. p c-Crowc JonCT. p Totals .. n n n 3 0 HJflrksnn. Th 3 1 1 0 0 OlAlweJl. c 2 1 0 0 o o;rondv. ih 3 0 2 3 0 U,nam'7.nttl ?h 2 (I n .1 0 11 Klippstein, p 3 0 1 1 n o 1 0 0 0 n o 2 0 0 ' 1 0 fl 0 n n; 29 n 3 T o l a h 26 2 5 How They Stand ' mnior upset in beatins BatUoleld in Polynesian Handicap at Belmont. Baltimore--Andre won the Ml Wnr.'iinpton Purso nt Pimlico go- inc fHz furlonns in 1:08. n n ui i? Camdrn, N. -T.--Ontsido won thy NOW York~""IIiriIl2 By Thp Ansoclnlert Prrts NATIONAL USA CUE W n_Han for Cooper in 7th. h--Kirupk out for Cusick in 8!h. c _Struck out for Bickfortt in Hlh. Boston ,, - . - CO^ 003 000--3 ChicaRo .'-. ' " - . . opo fl'jn oflrt--? i E--None. RBI--Fondy. " KUppstc'n. ·»B--Fondy. SB--Sisti. Jackson. DP-Bickford and Tnrj;cEnn: MarshnM and i Cooper: Miksis. Hnmazrotti nnd Fondy. : Lcfi--3oilon :t. Chicago 2, BB-'B'cU* i ford 2. Klipp.ilcin 1. SO--Bickfnrd 4 . « Jones 1. Klipp.itcin 7. HO--Bicktord S j (n 7 inning; JOHC.T 0 In 1:. R EH- 1 Bickford 2-2. Jonci 0-0. Ktippslein 0-'). ' - r-^cr--^'ck- ] BiHnnfani. T--1:33. A- feature rncr at Garden State, run- n i n g six fnnJongji in 1:12 1-5. Louisville -- Lot-A-BrnPs sped ;ix furlnngs in 1:10 3-5. three- fifths of a . c ccnnd off the track, tn win headline race at Churchill Downs. GENERAL Lexington, Ky.--The University nf Kentucky pledged it would rr- form it? athletic program to avou- f u t u r e scandnl. Portland. Ore.--Ray Hornpber- eer, Clarkston, Wash., go-lf pjr- .shot f-even conseeutive birdies in ·.second round of Oregon Open.' . Cincinnntl 12 Chlcnen .'. 12 St. Louis. 10 Philadelphia fi Boston - ·_-. 1 PUtsburqh . . 3 Tuesday's RciuJlB Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 4, 10 In nini:.-. Si. Louis !). New York 4. Chicnfio '\ Boston (I. rililnclriphiii (i, Pittsburgh 0. Prt. .750 .706 .632 .632 ,528 .353 .360 .143 AMKRICAN LEAGUE W . . Winner--Klippaicin (2-fll ford (0-31. U -- n o n a l P l l i . Barlirk and Gorman. t a c t u n i ) MOO. May . Sports Card May 7--Arkansas baseball team vs. Illinois, at CiiampaiKn, 111. May 9-10--Southwest Conference Track meet at TTaHas. Snulh- wcrt Conference golf meet Boston 13 f'levolnnd . 13 Washington 10 St Louis 10 New York ft Chicago .. 7 Philadelphia ~- 0 Detroit 4 Tuesday's Result? BiKto'i 11, Chicago 2. Cleveland I,.Mow York 0. . St. Louis S, Philadelphia I. Washington 5, Detroit 2. 'Pet. .722 .650 .58n .528 .472 .381) .375 .335 SOUTHERN Mobile 16 . i Chsttnnonga , , _ _ : _ 1 6 May J3--Arkansas Track team I Mew Orleans 17 vs. Oklahoma A. and M., here. vrl-n-* 1. M "w York a CLEVELAND H«W YORK ab r h 4 0 0;PiZ.71l10. SS n u n CnPins. I h 4 0 l.Noren. cf 4 n OiBerra. c 4 1 2iM 1 D'finld, 7li .T n n woortlin-:. U 4 0 liBrown. Sh 3 0 l ' 3 i i u c r rf 2 0 fl, Reynolds, ji 31 1 S Totals fSJ[JeSS HCfldj B03fd Of Big U.S. Sieel ASSOCIATION W L Pet. .flf!7 .615 .607 .538 .500 .462 .31)1 F.' A t l a n t a ____________ 14 Nashville _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . 1 2 Birmingham _________ 12 I.itllc Hock _____ ..... .. fl Memphis ____ ..... ___ 5 Tuesdny's Results Chattnnoogn 10. Memphis (i. Mobile 7, Atlanta 4. Nashville 8, Little Rock 2. .200 Sinnson. cf Avl!a. 2h Roccn, 31) Eislcr. ]1» MI'.i-hcll. If Fridlcy. rf Bonne, s* r h ', 0 1 4 0 0 4 r. i 4 n o 4 f) 0 Shook Wife, Children, Then Kills Himself Cleburne, Tcx.-fJT)-An cle;tri- cian shot his wife and Ihrce younq children to death last ni^ht and then killed himseU after walking four miles to notify police. Johnson CoVmty Sheriff Earl King said Robert A. Gist, 26, shot N";' Yfivk-f/P) - R p u j n m l n Mrs. Luvcnin Gist. 23, to d-eoth as: Fairlc:* look over f u l l riircclion of she drove the family car down a ! ' h e nation's largest sircl nrntlncpr remote ranch road. Then, said t h e : today w i i h .th? retirement of Irv- sheriff. Gist shot the couple's j o a i i n K S. Olds as clialrman of ihe; and two daughters to death. R o t ; United Stales Steel Corporation.-| The Wnshin/.-lon County Bsse- anothcr gun from the automobile's: Okls retired yesterday from his: ball League w i l l meet tomorrow rear lugsngc compartment a n c l j $211.0n(l-a-ycar job, and Fairies*! nisht nl II o'clock al the Arkansas walked to the Horace Baldwin | was nsmed the new c h a i r m a n of i m p o r t i n g Goods store on Dickson farm house and called police. j the Board of Directors. j Street. Sheriff Kins said that Just as he j Fairless w i l l continue i:s l l i e j · drove up to the Baldwin home, i president of the steel industry: Air pressure at' 16.0(10 feet Gist turned a .38 revolver on h i m - i priant, making him the first m a n ' a b n \ c sea level is about half lhat self and fired a bullet I n t o his: in the corporation's 50-year h i s - ! a t sea level, head. * lory to hold both pnsls. ^ , , , . r\L ' Meeting Or I- IS KK. np hr T1MFS i with ihe lallr. -read England was conquered Home between 43 and 80 A. D. Brass is an al'ny nf ropper and b y ' 7 . i n c ; bronze, nn alloy pf copper anrt tin. Grnmck. p Totals 3 0 0 a n i 2 0 (11 32 0 4 ! Looking For A Clacking Combination Gen. Mark W. Clark fOUOWINS B conference with President Truman at the White House, Gen. Mark W, Clark told newsmen he will "work hard to bring about an honorable armistice in Korea." Gen. Cinrk is prc- Plred to leave for Tokyo whcra ht will luccecd Gen. Matthew B, Ridseway ns Supreme Command- tr In the Far Hast. IInirmutlotto!) So smootrf...so dry! It's Suqar F r e e a f boer- tan br irvr-Hnri 010 (inn 003--1 A, York ·" . ..000000003-0 K--Bionc Rni--Tcbhets. S--Fndley. t.cft--Cleveland 7. New Vork 8. BB-- Grnmrk I. Heynoliti .1. SO-Gromek 4, Knvnolds 7. R ER--Reynolds 1-1. w i n n c r - G r o m o k it-lit, t-nser-ncy- nold5 cl-Ji. U-nommcl. nerry. Honi- chlck »nii Knapp. ^T-2:19. A-35.914.' Discharge Pilot Who Lived In Church Belfry Travis Air Force Base, Callf.- (/P)-Clnrcnce B. WiRley Jr., a 13- 2D pilot who lived in a church belfry several weeks,'has been issued an Air Force discharge "under conditions other than honorable." The Air Force said yesterday he was permitted to resign in lieu of a court martini on desertion chnrjjcs. Ho was paroled to his father, Clarcnre n. Wljlcy, Sr., Wichita. Foils, Texas. The ex-filer, arrested last week, snid he'was the "phantom" of the Vallejo, Calif., Seventh-nay Art- vcnllfl Church hrlfry, who unlocked doors and removed food and dishes. Omihi - Billy Noble, 1M, ftnnd tilirid, Nch,, outpointed Bl| Bill fetewn, iom,Ciiamet City, M.'tttkM Ml (hi TIMM-II [SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, foyetUvlll*. Arkanioi. - Wtdnciday, May 7, 1952 Bruin Mound Staff Surprises Everybody Except Cavarreila New York Y»nke«s' M«n«|er Caiey St«n«!l ( l e f t ) loiks over one oi ms outncld comoln«llonsr"pi«ytri are (left to right)! Hank Bauer, who alternates wll'.i Oeno Woodlins In left field; Irv Noren, renter- tlelder obtained from Ihe Wmhiniton Stnaton In an a t t e m p t In Ml ihe hole Irtt by Joe DlMagKln'i t« Urtment; and Mick«y Mantle, who patroli rl»ht fie'.d for th« champions. ' (Ar Wlrephoto) n.v JBRRV I.ISKA * C h i c a K o -I/P)- Those Chicago Cubs arc right in there pitching- And pitching Is the word tor it, with 10 complete gallics in 19 starts fashioned by a mound staff hat seems to h»vc surprised everybody except Bruin Pilot Phil Cavnrrctta. Within five day*, Cub huder.i i turned In two thrcs-hitters iind n! t o u r - h i t t e r . Unfortunately, o n l y one of those sparkling hill efforts --Johnny Klippstein's three-hit effort yeslerclny--ptilrt off with a victory. Klippsteln shut out the Brove.i, 2-0. Lust Friday. Turk Lmvn pitched no-hit ba'.l against the Brooklyn Dodgers for e i g h t . Innings, but yielded'three blows In the ninth 'or a 3-1 loss. Than Monday Lefty Puul Mlnner spaced · four hits against the New York Giants only- to. lose, 3-2. Such pitching has been the r'lle ·ather -than the exception (or. !4.? Hubs, 1951 tall-enders who aren't supposed tn finish far frrni the National League basement, if not ·i it, this year. They have been in the first division most of the iime since the .season opened, Bob Rush jMtteri So far, Boh Hush, who \vus abbed to be the bellwether of the ;s "kid" staff this season, hai been the most jostled workman with 36 hits banged against him u 32 innings. Still big Bob has i 2-2 record and finished two ot iis starts. The 24-yenr-old Klippstein has :eon the best performer, with a 2-0 record, two complete games and a yield of only four earned runs in 28 tnninis. Last year, he started I I games nnd finished only one, but still ended tip wi.lh 6-6 record. "Maybe other* nre surprised over our pitching, but I'm not," iaid Caviirretta, whose f r i s k y ch.Tfjcs have won 12 of their IB starts. "Coach . Charley Hoot worlted hard with the hid* this Spring, especially'with Klippsteln and Fituh." ?ights Last Niaht RT The AMOr.litci) PrciM J'ortlsnd, Ore.--Dick Wngnor. l75Vi, New York, knocked out Bobby Wise, 172, Oakland, Colil., 4. Richmond, Calif--Curl (Bobo) DIson, 1B1, Honolulu, slopped Woodle Harper, 1S3, Richmond, 7. Los Angclrs--Johnny Gonsalvef, 135, Oakland, Caljf., outpointed Mario Triso, 134%, Monterrey, Mexico, 12, Newark, N. J.--Texas Gonzalez, Iij2, East Orange, outpointed Joe Tomasello, 154'/j, Matawnn, 8. Portland, Maine--Claude Fortin, 141, Montreal, outpointed Larry Griffin, 142, L«wl.iton, Maine, 8. 111., 8. FAREWELL--ficrry Colcmnn Sadly touched second base at Ytnke* Stadium for the l»3t time departing for the Murinc.i. The popular Yankee second baseman was honored In a ipe- ciil ceremony by his teammates during H double header With the Browns. A Captain in the reserves, he was culled back ». to nctivc duly. (NBA) Appli»g's Trick Goes Astray; No Percentages Win Luke Appling has tried /just about everything tnd everybody to win ii hnll ({nine for Ills Memphis Chicks. Last night he fried playing the pcrccnfnge-s--and he lost again. In the ninth Inning of Memphis' "Oth defeat of tho young Mason, the score wilii ChnUripoogft w:\s 0-8, A wall: nnd oil error put two Lookouts on bnso and r;,Tjh man moved forward on on infield out. Then AuplinK tried pluyiu; the percentage.". I'e ordered Don Hfvr York-Wi-Vith h« ing of th* hal/wny mart . fa : th*cnllcci: hf/tpbal! «i«on, It ij b«- romipg po«jibl» tn plek out the · lending cortirnrier» for places 'to :ho NCAA tournament Th» collegian* start playing 11 jr.irly a j February' in section*'. I u-^cri? liie climate permits, and tl?y wind up their M»|on wilhth* I sprii-s at Omaha, ,Tune U-!«." The : liiilvor.-iit." of OWahoma U the~de- . | At tills stage, the conference* in' i (he Snuth, Snuthwest «nd Tar ! Wof. hiivp jurt about decided their i rhampionshin.! are about ready, to ' nidi thrlr district represenfiitive!! · I · fur thf b's '.ournamcnt. The North l.i Ktl!l In the first half of. -the ! W i t h i n ihe nsxt 10 d»y» two i ronfenwe charnnlonahlp pliiybffs j arr KrfK-duIod :in ^ another fer.ie.t will bn pl.iycrl which will decide ' j whether an inter-crmjerence ii*ty- off will he necessary. ;J Flnvoff Schr«1ulfd 'The Kast-VVest playoff .in'Jh* scrawling Missouri Valley ^*n- . ference will hr held Tburjjlay nnd Friday at Stillwater, C?0a.,' nnc( Ihe North-South »erle» iriShe Southern Conference at Riletijh, N. C.. May 10-17. . 'J~ . Ari/onii. thr Rorder Conference lender with ( a'17-f) record for.jlhe j ycanon, nlny.i Iwo Barnes a*fttoi*t, I Hnnlin-Slmmons May 12-13 :|nd ! the result.*'will decide whether J{rl- i zonn will plfiy the Southweit.eim- ' fereiico winner for the District fix j NCAA title. . ;: ! The Soullwar-tern, Skyline-'*nd : j rncific Coast conferences also i^iil. j hold divisional playoffs «nil; * |r.e;-ics nircady is Kheduled Jor j M a v . 3 0 : 3 1 betwMh the Skyljn* · and Rocky Mountain conferfjlct j.ch»mpion5 .for the District Tt«y- ' offs In other districts, too, ali^bit eertalnly In District 3 which^ipi" : hrnceii thn South'a two bi| ratrttr- . . Trices, but plnnii'have not been set i hy tho nelection eommlttecs. j nislrleti Line Iln Here's hnw some districts line up: nistrlrt Five -- Nebraska and Mlvimuri. Afleh 6-1, nh*r» th« Bif- Rcvn lr:ii! with Kansas, 5-2, right behind Nebraska's H«3. allseason , rrcorti, St^ Louis University wnn t':e RJisrnurl Valley eastern; title hy heating Detroit twice.. OR1«- hoinn Awles, twice beaten .byjNe- In Inter-conference' play, i clinched nt lear.t t tie for_ the ( wcetern r-bfimoirtnship -by betting. j Houston Monday. Yesterday'iTlvie- lary .over Tulo .gave Houslin t 4-1 lengue record to the Aggies' 3-1, Houston plays Tulu agiin today. . '.'.-.District Six--Texas, ! 8-3, can clinch nt ten-;! a tie fnr the South- Grate walked to load I'lc and called in lcft !i nnd l .;r ^UFS Grim;foy to pitc'i to lcrt':Diifl b;it- tcr Hoy Hawes. But Fnmct'iiiiR went wrong. Grimfilfi.v walked Hav/e*, forcing In a Lookout run. And thr- next hatter, Henry Johnson, crat-hod a single to left, scoring thiTt 1 . Final .'.core: Mrmphin fl. 10, Every ; mil low drop..* TOP % KENTUCif BOURBON Yes! It'i imiilnt! CIIIMIS' f.imnni innrr-krrn bledei ihnvr you .the quick . . . clean . , , »y n a y . A rtllUIS' MaAt nakrs nuvins a nlraiut? Inntcad of a chorr, I'ou'll never know how phar- fnjc ear he rhlld't pl.i)' until yrj ftli.ive with z CHII.DH' blade. Buy · parkine tcidayl mi)«i,e r.ncK-- KiNiitK RDOE UUARANTKE: Full ullifiel'on «r double Tour money hark. i (or onlr IDe WAVES YOUR FACE SMOOTH AS A CHILD'S C/ttid* R420R BLADES STHIOMT $Q06 $J86 ||pmT TM ' » « T . Mir ttr west Conference championship by beating Fccond-pjaee Tenil Chriir tian, (J-4, Friday and Saturday. Otherwise, Baylpr, (1-5. and Southern M-thodist, 4-5. i!so w!!'fc» In. the running with a week to (o. Softball League At Hojpjfal Plonnid . 'An'' ·'organization. mcctin|tfi..to form a softball league at the-\Jjt- erans HoBpita! will be held totrilr- row night Marling at 7:30, Geofti Ernot, recreational director ft ttf - hospltnl, nnnouhced today. J't ajld all jidrsonr. interested in jolnir ~ twilight Softball league are tnY_. to attcnrt--mBn»s,cr8 of t«4ins,. which will enter the league ai»3jp«' vjied particularly. The scnsion -.vlll be held ui' the recreational building. - MlWtt MUNI .. MNMf. M M N

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