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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
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tobb Returns To Baseball-In American Loop . Chicago-H?} - Umpire Douglas W. (Scotty); Robb, formerly of the National League, has been snapped up by the American League-'the- : quickest, change of sides hy . ·n arbitrator hiitory. in major baseball Forty-eight hours after Robb, a four-year veteran of the senior circuit's call - 'em-as-you-see-'em set, resigned following a fine and disciplinary action by league 'President Warren Giles, he was hired by Will Harridge, boss of the American loop. "Robb is the kind, of gentleman we, like to have, on our umpiring staff," said HarridKe after hiring Bebb yesterday via long distance telephone. at his home in Cedar Grove, N. J. "We needed, another umpire and considered Robb a goad one." Robb, slicked out in full dress as an American League umpire, which includes a suit coat instead of just a blue shirt as worn in the National, will make his debut in his new job in tht Whitt Sox- Boston Bed Sox same it Comij- key Park Tuesdty night. . Robb was accused of shaving Manager Eddie Stahky. of tht St Louis Cjrdinili during a game at Cincinnati April 22. Giles fined him ,and disciplined him, announcing it to the publle, Stanky was tapped far $90 and Cardinal shortstop. Solly Htmiis, who started the altercation by tossing his bat in the air when h« was called out an strikes,- was fined S25. 1 Robb resigned M»nday. ' "I am happy to be back in baseball," Hobb laS yesterday after Harridge put him im the pay- rail. "When Mr. Ha,rridge approached me with ^n offer I was so choked up I couldn't talk for a minute or two." Before taking action, Harridfe phoned Gilei and established that Hobb was a free agent--a formal step in a gentlemen's agreement between the two leagues in negotiations of this type. " . Woody Rich Weakens, Bui Memphis Wins From The Associated Presf Woody Rich, big Memphis right- hander, had a no-hitter going for 7 1-3-innings last Chattanooga, -but night against he' weakened slightly and allowed three hits. Memphis won, 5-1. In the fourth inning 6f the same game, Memphian Al Kozar had In the sixth Pelican Danny Mttrtaugh was Manager working umpire Paul Roy over with chatter from thi bench. Roy got tired and ordered Murtaugh out of the park. Murtaugh detoured by home plate and had plenty more to say to Roy. Little Rock whipped Nashville- 6-5 but only 86S fans were watch- Picture Brighter, Pennant Hopes Voiced For Senators . Tht Wtthing-* ton Senators won thtir last Amir- lean Leafue pennant in 1S53 -and have ma*e Jew mtnacing gestures ilnce. In the list live years, for example, thty never hav* risen from tht second division. Vet tht baitball picture has to brightened--temporarily at least-that Calvin Griffith, vice president of tht Senators, aid today: "Wt h»vt some young pitchers on our farm clubs who are com- iar along fine, We've been figuring all along that we should have a chance for the pennant next year.'' Griffith paused, and then took the .plunge. "You never can tell," he said "We might even have a chance this year." All. of which is startling talk, even granting that the source is prejudiced, when you recall that less than a month ago experts voting in an Associated Press poll picked the Senators for eighth place. the club got only 162 points, the lowest of any team in the majors. Then how come all this big :alk? Well, two trades made last Saturday have made most of the difference. The principal characters in the iwap: Senators Irv Norcn, MW» LMIn Birrick'i mil Tyion'i Ttta vw Hatchery won four polnli from thtir Mipectlve opponent., Arkiniu W«t- ·rn Gtl and Lichlyttr'i, on th« last nlfhl of t»wl!nt for (he t»ion. tas- IturlHd Milk look three polnti from Mtdoiweet Dairy, «nd Henderitm Coi- rtt dafeitad the leaiue-wlnninf L-P Henderwn Coffee alEO took hifh turn leriei with 2.4S! pint, inn L-P Gtl hid hlfh si Alice Ludwick of lid Individual lerles with t Midori! Mjttcx of the mroe team took high ilnile -with a 151. e-W atandinn P G3i · tdosv.-eti Dairy Tyaon'a Ark:n:ai Western Gat Handerson Coffee .. Mchlytcr's ... . B, rrack'i . .j Pasteurized M!]K HWA Mm 'ingle «me "of 190. 'f Hendtrion Coffes OFF TO V! rM START . . fcyAlanMav.r The Sprtntdale Smoke Shop defeated the Kincaid Company 3-1 and ·merged seaion league chsmpioni. i r ens and Company took three pplnts from Purdy Supply lo rank ftcond. H03? Coffee rose lo fhlrd plare in taking Farmer's Mirket 3-1. while Bill Hedges defeated Clark and Eoli Furniture 3-1. The olhcr mitch rciulied rn a "-2 tie b-stween Dick Traivhitt and Heekln Can. Bill Hodfes Liquors cap'urcd all team honors in the final nlclit of howHng with 935-2,701. Ed Test nf Clrrk and Eoff blmtetl ill individual hlsh scores of 220-533. Ltaftui ttffllflni* Snrinfdale Smoke wasn't looking and the ball went by him. Kozar look second, kept going toward third. Hawcs found the ball and threw it wild. Marv Rackley'got one hit for Birmingham--a grand slam homer In the eighth for a 6-0 victory over New Orleanr in th « ninth the winning run and Ranee Pless Nashville got a hit to run hit hitting streak to 25 games. Mobile's Bill Antonello hit his 10th homer of the season in the 10th inning to five Mobile an 8-7 ictory over Atlanta. went to the New York Yankees, I Cravens and company and Sam Mele, who went to the|JtJJJ.iJ 0 ?" Chicago White Sox. In return, t h e j c i a r k and Koff " y .""" Senators'got a wholesale collection | gj5,*..Twwh»t that included Jirn Busby of the White Sox, and Archie Wilson, Jackie Jensen and -Spec Shea of the Yanks. Coincidence, Maybe? It may be just a coincidence, but Washington hasn't lest since it got Pnrdy SupBly Bill Hod?«s LIquori Heekln Can Termers' Market ivfll aii(i:tr iv KUL . . ,, . its new look. Last night the Sen-1 gggi'Ji Society, ators won their sixth gmn in a \ ^^^^ fc-- ^^_ row, with Sid Hudson p i t c h i n g ' a ' five-hitter to beat the Detroit Tigers, 8-2. The Senators haven't b e e n picking on soft touches. Among the pitchers either beaten or chased are Bob Feller, .Tommy Byrne, Bobby Cain, Ned Carver and Art Houtteman, But Griffith admits the newcomers are playing over their heads. "They'll simmer down some,' he said. "What we hope is that they won't simmer diwn too ' There is no place in England more than IB miles from a railway line, says the National Geo- HSAPSD fOR #/ £ST YSAR 5/tlce 1949 Wueti W i£P ''I l9f°MP'S/ fteMS Ar ie*$r covf/srffjr. S.B/NS -fr* IN WtNfllftG SRce fiati Mr ftjliiw l Robert oer . nnry reac I North Pole April 0, 1903. Si"? ,S? nched l h f l *««P M wn» AP Roundup Of Sports, Briefs ^ . 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Ridgway, Jt.,'S, it »U «t In ft ? **'·* ° { '5 e , £iluati TM. in p «'-i-'- He'lrk?3p law and ordV .oa.the hsme, while his famous lather assumes tht'position of - _ · ·Suarcma C-mn-.andsr,'Allied Forces i n Europe Outfielder Hewerlon Is Sent To Giants ' Pittsburgh-(/P)-Outflelder Bill Howertgn bt tht Pittsburgh' Pirates was sent to the New York Giants' yesterday on a waive, claim. The 30-year-old Howerton came to the Pirates last season in trade with the St. Louis Cardinals. ! He has appeared in 13 games this I year and is batting .320. The Pi- · rates' roster is now down to 29! j Tour more players must be cut j before May IS. Mqhts Last Niqht Chicago--Chuck Davey, 148, Detroit, outpointed Chico Vejar, 148, Stamford, Conn., 10. Miami Beach, Fla--Billy Kilgore, 165, Miami, outpointed Lee Sala, 163, Philadelphia, 10. Augusta, Ga.--Larry Mujica. 138, FortjBenning, Ga., outpointed Johnny Craven, HO, Tampa, 10. Benning, G'a., .outpointed Johnny Craven, 140, Tampa, 10. 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