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Indians Break Jinx, Sweep Yankee Series ! Southwcst Considers Tech, Houston Bids- By JACK H A N D AP Sports Wriier It Mid here a month ago Cleveland couldn't win the pennant until thrv learned how to win at y.inkrp Stadium. Well, bud. they seem to learn fast. Not since 1947 had the Indians swept a scries in th n New York Yankee.-' home park until they humhlH the \vnrld cramps yesterday. 12-5. for a third straight. The Yankee StaiJium linx, the Vir Rasphi hex, the Eddie Lnpat whammy all won' out !he window In this first New York-Cleveland Ktries of the season. Raschi got his lumps Wednesday and Lopst his yesterday when the Tribe's new cleanup mqn. Ray Boone, went on the warpath. Boone struck the big blow of th* game, a three-run homer in t h e fifth. It hardly mattered tha' Cleveland poured home six run? In the ninth. You remember '51. Cleveland won only one game in New York all season. Now they're purr of at least a 200 per cent improvement. Lomon Helps Fsller Bobby Feller was th* 1 o f f i c i a l winning pitcher as the Tribe finished its first eaUern trip with a fine "-3 record. Rut Feller needed solid help from Bob Lemon. The Yanks nicked Feller [or 12 hi!? in S 2-3 inrtingr. Lrmon pave them only one the re^t of the way -- a ninth-inning homer by Gone Woodling. Boone hit a homer, Harry Simpson legged hi? way round the bases on an in?Hr--!he-park blow by Al Ro;-en and Bob Kennedy tripled over the head of Irv Noren. new Yank centerfielder. Thi? crushing defeat that sunk the Yank* three gamy- under .500 and 5^ game? off the lead. came at a particularly embar- ra?Hnfi moment. The latest aver 3fies show Arrhie Wilson, .one of the men sent to Washington in the Noren deal, leading the league with a .481 baling average. Winding home after this ·suc- cess tour, the Indian? were nnly 18 percentage points behind t h e leading Boston Red Sox. All even In the ''games behind" Ihfy trailed in points because trey have lost one rr.orc while winning one more. Whits Sox Win The Chicasn White Sox wlvaHrri tho finale a; Bo,-'on. 4 - 2 . nn S^ul Knjgovin'E five-hit pi; r hi 112. Kd Stewart's two-run hnmer off Inscr K a v Scarborough in the s e v e n t h wa^ the crufjicr, ending the White Sox's Fix-game losing strrak. Big Jim Rivera. In 0 St. Louii; Brmm.~' plumping rookie flash, snapped nu\ nf it with a ninth- inning hnmp run that beat Phil*. dflphia. 9-8. Rivera, henrheH fnr weak hitting, got into the sam« j u t in time to make- a sensational ciitrh in ihf s i x t h . Then, with olr! Satrhel Pa is;? flim-flamming the A'«. r i v p r a " reached Carl Scheib for thp ~ame winner. Washington struggled 11 innings to a 4-4 deadlock with Detroit in '-t "sur-nnnrird erune" that will be completed before a May 31 night i^me. Play was halted a f t e r thp l l t h t') lot the Tigers catch a train for horn* 1 . Giania Tighten Lead, 3-0 Ddvp Kotlo continued his mastery over the St. Louis Cardinals a.- ;hr Nmv York Giants tightener! i HP National League race, uith a 3-(l \--jn. The defend in* rhsmps nov are only 28 percentage points behind t r e idle Brooklyn Orvigei-j. The surging Giants rushed ihrough thtir first Wostern trip with a glittering 9-! record. They havr '.von 13 of their last 15 qames. i Wi)l;ird Marshall tripled with ; the base? loaded and pinuled homo a fnurth run in the Boston Brave? 1 fi-4 triumph over Chicago. The loss dropped ihe Cubs into a t h i r d - plncp tir with idlr Cindnnaii. j Winner Jim Wilson was wild. ! requiring relief heip from Sheldon ' .Jones and Lew Burdette to save · his win over Turk Lown. ' The Philadelphia at Pittsburgh I gamp was postponed because o f . ' rain and wet grounds. j Oliver Leads Snead In Greenbrier Open White Sulphur Springs. W. Vs.- *«r. '/Ti-Ed (Porky i Oliver shot the , In twn practice round.* before best turnament round of hi? 14- the tourney, Snead carried fi3 and year prnfe?pional golf career yes- · fi4. tarday and he'd better k*ep on doing it.'n wjn the 72-hole Greenbrier Open. The jolly gntfpr--huilt like a barrel--i oiled on! a n^ar-rpcnrd 61 in t o e firFt IB holes on the old white f'ourtc. But still FtaLkinc him i= thf great Sam Snead for whnm *hi: i home COIMTP. Sr.pq;: i? eeconri by thrpe F-'mkpF. and thr way Sam'? playinc. Oliver can't a f f o r d to i*\- The 72-hole record f 368 y a r d old w h i t e the 6.-^ \ f ' s o over pu hand, w,.j. ove hut shot fiflht MX under The w a v th ther Snrad. on the er par on tu-n hn^s. t birdies !o wind up yet by Ben Hogftn in thp firf-en- ! s t r o k e - o f f | nrier t w o years ago. Snend set thf nine i'i'1 y* 18-ho!e reeord of 60 the nanif ' y e a r , although nr»i in thp tourney. Oliver, playing out of Lcmnnt. 111., miffed b\ a hair tym? Snrad't- record RO on the lay) hn'p. a pun fnr a birdir ui.-:! f^itnis; to dmp It would have been iiV 10th birdie fnj- Olivr-i. whn m^rr r\\f\ .-(ar-KiuddrH field ftrted. (M-Fn Hni^n'? rt i "rd is 'ndanpprprl Sncnd w;i ; nnlv four mark in win- Tii. ,'iivi t h e rnurs** is IMP! tin.'- vrar. ,I!:VP tif-wromer. Hnr- EtjrtlittJrBi .rvi»un»«« -··-- ISPORTS .Ihl ,'ip · l,i fi, : t r f t k » % 5 N' Y . and I J s v r IV]. Fiv.' , , 1 h r - | u NORTHWEST ARKANSAS IIME5, favetteville. Friday, Mny 9, 1952 Little Rock's Yankj Mjssjn 9 ow left-Handed Power, j Biscan Active In Southern Again Four-Ball Golf Feller Nollces; Bul He ' s Sllppedi To ° Tourney Begins B.v STFRI.INf. S I . A P P K V AsfiorixtH PrMB Sports U'rllrr Krank Rlscnn. who piirVii a liB lesEiir hranrt nf Ini; m ;, r:.-i?* \A lcat;ur !ar.l summer, i- hnrk iri ihf .Southern A.-Mvalin-i .,nd Ihrrm-lng likr hi*'? tn form. May Sports Card May 9-in--Southweri Confer- enc? Track meet at Dallas. Southwest Conference polf meet at Dallas. May IS--Arkansas Track (tarn vs. Oklahoma A. and M., here, Fights Last Niaht By The Associated Press Kail River. Mass. -- Jn?. Con- irrras. ISP. Fall Rivrj-. oiiipointcd Billy Andy, 134, Providence, R. I.. HO'. Gi:of. c are carried up the Rhine to Switzerland at about half the ropt of land transport. South Arkonsans Take Honors In Qualifying Rounds Little Rnci-i/?'j-TVn s,o\! Mart from South Arkansas -- G e n e By JOK RFimi.KR i 11 years asr. ll\ ,1 ,-, New Yorli-iyPi-Bnb feller, vh» wii'ilrln'i ho l-rhiml tli,. :n n ha- pitrhed against the N'ew Ynrii "Thp Irniihlp i-. I unn't knn Yankee* mnre times than any ;u'- v ^ fl ''·''·' -^ippe'i norr, thp Van!.- t i ' - e hurler. ;i;,-ire j In he ihe or " nr I'rl'T" j Ma.vbe th* rr.nnri-!.n-pr| an ic.gira! peisun In a.-', she queMinn "inorl Pall flub" Southern ru':-h"rs l;r-i M nvnr in mn«t e'-enbnrh-V ninr j tnd.iy. Hy being helnnil. I'nl, meant HI?! what Memphis h,is hr-oit n " W h a t ' j wrong with ;hp Van!:- ""·' t!lr Y-M'!;IT ha.i i,, n HIT ,,,,. .i m , rnr . ' I'l Ml.'il Ilisran wr.ii Hi. I,K.: ,ni:r ,.·.','.!,', '',' ·I had ;MI r a i n r r l ,;in ,,w;.,;-,. ,,f · j ; ^ ' V i"i fr t h e he.-.! ni.-nrk HI thr li-a- (.·,,,! \Vr." o. Last mchl he Udn hi; f ; r * t h-i .fm:,!-: f !fl.'t2 a f t e r hein^ loturlied rrn A m a t ' i r r tm AP Roundup Of Sporfs Briefs The fnrmrr pm,.,,,.,- p,!.4, ( , r ,,, ha?rt;,ll. . t i l l a vcrv e f f o r t : ·* h , :r]r] . .. ,. h ,,,,, dp'..,!.,,,,! ln _ didn't hcHi.ale a ' ir.omnil Y:, · 1""'. rl'.ih tn h.T-e an ,-r|-e hoM .11! v i r i r : r ; e .ner =t '.!R losses. A few i-iii Krllrr him Corrt- ·n:r-». s-iv»rning body at tK« Cnmhu-x^ C'mf'r'n'-*. beftn de! . i - r . , " o n « i^| H ..- nn th* question '.' u.-i-n'rAr |r, »vn*nH. Tho t.'rtivor^'v of Ho'ijton and T o x ^ ^ T-"-H a r * f»g»r to join. "n p r'.r^.mnt** .jyjn deride by ·r.'v^irr'v.'- rr.orninx r-n the applica- 'K,H- nf ··'-« \'jt schools. Tech f i r c t :r "t f^ir anmiManre as far i'sr-k *'. \v/~ Unlver'ify of Hoiu- "·". !T.v.' in fir..' attempt in 1948. f:ir,f-,i ..pinion is that HOLS"11 'loo-r/' r-avc rn'irh chance but '··!,.· ',"...-.. T"rh r.Hnrif sn excel- ir.:' . L - i r i . - ^ Tnr"o conference rii^i-ih^r- ar" (-'immlttod to Tech', ad il-r I'nn-or.,.tv of To xas has rfr.r.niinrivl lha' ii will move to «d- rnii th» bis V! Toxai school. T'-va'. A and M. and Texil fhrr.'ian aro m the Texai camp. »nd Baylor is sljn believed ready I" nit an a f f i r m a t i v e vote. Only oi:e othor '.vill h« needed and Arkant.i: K ropiirf.'! due to dirnlth t h a i A;hi"!ir dirennr^. roacheg and hu-ini- man.i2T- of the athletic; i-Piil tr-.nnt.'ir' inrlsv tn decide. · .·'.pihr. ii.,.. ,.,.,11 recommend .-qua! M i ' i r i l ·ii.on of howl jamt ir'.-r.p--. ir ihov favor pUcini a limit -n athlelir jrholnrfhlps and ·\l--'. (inv wil n' to do about tel- V I · · ' ' . · ! :.n,| | S d!l l'r.n ti MT» Op»n* ·n,o i-..|.(orenr» irark and field m»i't .ip"n I'm afternoon with'li- n;i!^ jr. iho jr.\-olin throw and prf- limin»iios m ihreo field events arid M'x ninninK e\-rnts. All other finals will !.· tomorrow afternoon. Texli A and M i« a favorite to ripTHTt .'is tesm rhampion. : The susar content of the say at ·naple Irfps it from 2 tp 7 D«r e«)*- A m c i i r a war, railed Vineland bj 'he Viking* and other? bfcauie af Ihr. al.nndanrr nf wild in m;inv areas. National Loop American Loop Box Scores Box Scores h- C Bl!i in Jnrj n L^r! 1 kH^ ( ^U'"Biuff How They Stand Houston Squeezed ' fi No1en Dodd and Rann Hnll, Lit- "* Thr Associated Ollt '" 12 ln " "95 tip Kock ( 6 7 ) vs. Ctiris Cert. O k - ' N A I I O . N A L LEAf.I E DU!;,hnM^ r . t v . (.i..n snd Dick Martin. Brooklyn W. 13 I P ' Cu.rjnnal] St Lnuir- . Boston »Mton it. Chlciso 4 BOSTON Jethroe. cf Mathers. 3b Whis(*'ant. If Trrfeson. I b Marshall, rf S;. Claire, c H'tsfield. 2h C'.is:rk. ss Durriette. P ChitflKP A. Rotten 2 CHICAGO CHICAGO BOSTON ah r h «h r h ah r h :«i-x « 5 1 1 Kox. 2h 4 1 1 DiMflEBl". c( 4 1 I 4 n 0 Stewart. !f 1 1 1 Pesky. 3h 3 0 n 1 1 0 Colcman. If 1 n o Vollmcr. !f 2 n T 3 0 1 Minoso. rf 1 n ii Goodman. Ib 4 n i 4 I I . Robinson. Ib 3 I 2 Thronffh'v. ,rf 1 o 12 ft 10 11 R 13 1 12 4 If, ? \ 1 ^driiP. rf * ! 0 Ba'mhoMz. rf 1 2 n'Sauer. 1£ 4 I 3 Jack?nn 3b 3 0 0 Atwetl. c 3 I 1'Fondy. Ih 1 0 IIHBiii'zotn. 2h 3 0 2 ^ 0 0 'iJcifroat 0 o n l n o Lown. p i o n 0 n o Schuli?. p 4 0 n Mfle. rf Hacker, bHcrma Lronard ^Ertwards I i n iki 0 o 1 n i Tot all 1 0 0 36 \ 10 a--fouled out ffr Schultz in fith t, Smplfd for Hacker in Sth. r --\\'«tkcd fnr Ramaz=otti in 9'h d--Ran for Serena in 9:h c- Grounded on' for Lsonari in S'h f, r --r-n n ^ -112 100-- fi CrrraRO " ^^ ( ' (l1 n| ' * i. 's 7 'ciairr Cimrk'.' Fondy 2. Hpr- uian^k- ?T\--Cusich. Saner :;R--Mar- Fhqil SB--Hamazzottt. Torspson. S~ r,-iiimhcitz. Mithewc DP--M i k s i v F.2m~rzo:ti and Fondj. Fondy. Miksis end Fondy; Whisrnant sid Sisti. Left Boston 6. Chic?gn M BD--Lown S, Wilson 7 Svhultr t. Harkcr I. Jones l So --WiKm ." SrhuHr. 1. Hicker 1 Jone*. " Leonard :. HO -Lown 3 in 4 ' , innmcs. Wilson i in 5 'piirhcd lo thrre battrrs in fith'. Schultz 2 m V S :' Hfickrr 1 in 2. Jcmcs. 6 in 3 J 3 : Burd*'!e 0 m 'i. Leonard 1 m I R ER --Lown 4-4. Schult? "?-?. Wll*on C-2. Jones ~-1. Burd'-t'r /'-I. H?rh- er n-r I.r-marri n-n HnP-Lown -Jrth- rfi- ' WiriPT -Wil-.on '2-1' Lo?er I nn n · ] - ? · r --Bil'a«fan' Birlirk. Gorman nnd Dona'c'.'.i T-2 ,"6 A - Louis 0 ST. LOU f3 . Ib 5 f 3lHemu3. 5* 3 ( R Th'«on. .Ih 5 0 2 b'ndicnst. -ib 4 ' I T Piersall. » 4 n I r, rpL . in . 7b is 4 0 0 Whifr. r ^ 4 ' n bi.(!nriflrd,' 1 0 1 ^ hornuch. De!ock. p aGernf rt Atkins, p cDropo 31; 4 1 Totalj^ Dtlock in 81h White in 9th. I n '.' 1 " I n n 3J 2 5 _ a _Sinfl*d h-- Sinfled . c-- Struck out for Atkins in 9th. Chicago . . . . OOd 200 200--4 Boston . ion ooo 001-- 2 E~Lrpcio. Carrssquei IJEI-Vollm*r. Lcndirdt. Mele. Masi.' S«-^p» ? 3B-- Vollmer. MHe. HR-- S t e w a r t DP-- Car- rasqu''! and Fox I.efl-- Chirajn 7. notion 7 FIB-- Scirnoroujh 1 Rogovm .V SO-- Scarborough 3. Rogovm f HO-- Scarhnrougb S in 7 inntncs ' fared 2 haftrrs in SthK Delock 0 in l: Atkir.i n in I R 4: ER-- Hogqvin 2-2. Srar- horouch 4-2. D: j lock 0-0. Alkm* n-n HBP-- Scarborough (Fnxi Winner -- Rnjjovin i?-1 1 Lnser-- Srirhorrtufth lO-li r-- Rummers. MrKinley. S o a r . Duffy. T-- ::20 SI. i"j] !t. PhMadelphE* t ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA ah r h «b r h lahoma Cit Dallas ( 7 0 ) . Ray Ferguson and. S'an Mosel. '^ t '.^° North Texas Stale College i f i S i v?. ( -.- h - 1 c a g f) Dr. Fred Gordy nnd A. M. Sattcr- fictrl. Conway ( 7 0 ) . Dane Harris and W a l t f r Ehcl. Jr.. Hot Spring?, (fiHi VP. Al^oyrt ]i" ui j netp and Henry Wilkersnn. I.ittlp Rock M ' lMllir 8' CaMIon and Hiskpy (fiftt * s. Al- Nfl "' Vorl; S. St. I/nii? !;m CiilbPrl and Bill McNair, Fay- Boston (i. Ch!«:apo 4. ct . P , ,]]p i ( 7 0 ) . Philadelphia at Tud Darrash. I.ittlp Rock, snri po'iod ram. Johnny Buzick. .loneshorn ififi) vf=. Oni - v KTMW J-rhed Don Blavlork and Jack McCutrh- con. I . i » t l e Rock ( 7 1 ) . AMERICAN L E A G U E Curtis Person anrt Dr. Ed Allis v.'. L I' I S S ) '-F. Willie McCrotty. Little Boston M Rock, -ind B. L. Jones, Shrevepoit. Cleveland IS ^a. ( 7 0 ) . Washington . . 11 7 Ross Collins and Paul Jnhnsnn. St. Louis .. ._ 11 10 Montirello, ffifli v?. Bill Scrocein, Ne H - y 0 rk S 11 St. Louis, and Cy Speck, Jr., Lit- ... _ a ]? lip Rock ( 7 1 ) . Philadelphia 7 !! . Detroit . . . .. 4 14 Southern Baptists ' nev^V/rr'" r ' ! I i t t l e llnr-k n l - n un:i | H M maht. from ' - I . r i - T i - N ; i : , h v i i ; r - Hal Slni|.:.on. S e p l r - i n l n - l I . fl.Vi h'' Soiit'in n';; ui'ir.l \-;ilnahlo L^Mmilriti. K ' - jlayer and Hie old pro of the w.-inl. ihn.l in ihr. le;.cue, hrlled a threr-run homer ""'" ·'""' '"''' 4-.T in rally. Pnlr-h Mr-fall fanned nmr ''" yil son! ilii- ^am? m'n r.-.rrinne uith The ne-.'- ^ecnnrl [ilarr rn-r-t.-pftnt a t r i p l e in t h e ninth mnmc ami today i.: New Orleanr.. roi'ihu'enienl nro- i'ierl the Indian^ 1 1 2 t h innini,' for f ' h a ' t a n o n p a . The Pehr.-tn?; home run. w i t h thn hasej- empty c|,,ppr ( j nirmlnjrham's fivo-p nil Houston';. A! Panai. ·.·i"tnr Mnnr; on a :,-.! ronnt. M"l MrOa 1 ;, had prrr idod The l e a ^ ' l e leatUn? Mobile lend in Ine I l i i i r l w i t h a |\vn-nn from A t l s ' l l a . |:i-l() fnr their t h i r d ' r'lrinp'rl"si'miip Kii'rniVurf'"lor ' · Icnrt f rii I eloMl-- -.- !he i-'.-irjjin .1-? h e - j -. · pnm'.'"'ir'"m' ilnhn"VrniiVtri f n r o [i: m i..lo' r , nm'dy l i i t t i n c mi Keep up wltii th« llmni-rrirt ""«"' l "" lr " " lr "»". "'" n i n t h I '.. TMF d»lli ' ·nr pr,l f lo ChlBl 4-1- C A. Swin- find fioni ripturcd thrtc point* Crpijhlnn'i Drlv»-In ' ind Or rr « n /l Coc*-Cnlt iplit 2-J Cy v App!lnnr*i df»»(*d M-icn'i ut (ir:ll i-i «nf1 fairway Stof« tlT^*- from th« Biltjr A««ner. i"ki Mi'nr «-rm ovfr noht'l Or»- n.i pfiErn fh-f (Ark Jill teim hon- in nlnirirn » 3«-MHS Eulle Mhwn P.ilarr DIUR MirpaiKfl nil oth«r l«* Hiw! .-fforti In hi* icrlti of 3?i *. nrrl fl W H*nly of Slump Furn- Bowling Bank ^rkini Mo l.umb«r ·u*ln*ti WHh i» Sons . 'tnttrurMnn .. nru| . cr n-'v AppIltnrM ' ahtnn'* Driv»-In Ritirr Afrncy p Furniture 42 42 Jj Meet At Miami, Fla. Dvrk RK-er rihott. H Uierinc. 11 M u f U e r r f D?rk. s? M a y s , rf U'estrum. r 3 0 0 Munal. i b 1 f ft'Lowr*y. rf 4 1 1 -Ver.lake. c f 3 ! JJ'Miccins If 4 i 1 D Rir.e. r 4 0 ^ St a 1R. Cf m. ss , If a. If Ntrm«n rf Goldsb y. ]b Thon-.a. .Th Johnson r Courtney, c Younj. 2h S'ei'.cr. p Fannin. p Madison p .iKrvhoski bPilette Paige, p Totals 4 1 1 Jnost. tf $ n n Valo rf 3 1 l Phillej. cf ? 1 t ?,ernial. If .1 2 2 F«in. Ih :. 1 2 Majrsk'. 31. : l 2 Ken. 2b 1 (l 1 As'rn'h. r 1 0 0 2oM=ik. p ,T 1 3 Fowler, p 1 H 0 Scheib. p n i (l n n o 1 0 1 0 i o o o o 39 3 13.Totals St. I.OMK 9, Philadelphia a. I Warn melon 4. Dri rnif ·!. ponded, p'i '!· (Tilled end J l ' h Miami. Kb.-','?i-The firpt of r-.tch train--to be completed M about 16.000 Southern BapliMs hr- 3 1 ) . can arriving Friday for the Hri'h · meeting of thr Southern R a p t i - t SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Convention, tn rnn.tiniip Thmurh n f \ t v/erk. Preliminary mcp'intr? Mobiln hrnin Sunday nnri the fonveminn proper npenj Wertnc5 ( *i;i'-. ' A l a p n i f y m^ Th* church" nr-| M i.- C!-attanon E .," /\ti a ,,. n ' ' ' ' n--Singled "for Madiion in 6th h-Ran (or Kryhoski in fith S- Louis . 000 .132 nnj -l Hniiarielp^.ia 203 n?0 100--- jr_valo T r.nlrlsb-rry RBI --^rfii»l i 0 iGlflvisnn I ft 1 1 rhilley ·;. Fain. Mi'.. *k' K' 11 n " n Tlirnm. Johnson 2. Dyck. Nieman. 31 n 4 r.oldshrrry Hi-Inns :'. R . v f r - i ...~ in" nth Dvck oB PhiJlfy. 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