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hornsby Claims Interference With his Duties As Manager Rajah Called For Showdown St. Louis-f/P;-Rngrrs Hornsby paid today he had asked fnr the showdown cnnfrrenre ir4 Boston which ended with his firing as manager of the St. Louis Browns by owner Bill Veeck. Back in St. Louis tn take rnre of personal a f f a i r s before leaving for his home in Chirafin, H'tmsby said he l^lkerl tn Vreuk by telephone a f t e r he had been askert to protest a game Sunday in New York. "You know when I took this job if!,t the game. It was a question : of umpire's judgment. Sure, you · over we had a definite unrlrr- , standinc." the gray-haired Rajah ; said. "There wouldn't be any mid: ; Rets and there wasn't to hf? any interference of me as manager of . thu flub. · "And I didn't like it wt'ni a p rncs.Tnscr rarne tit SOP mr riurinp the New York came .Sunday and ' told me Vrnrk wanted me tn pro- . can pnitost t h a t but never fan win one. Sn whrn I talked to Vrrck nn the telephone later I tnld lijni maybe we'd better Ret together am! have an understatulint; about romp things. He said he'd be in nnstnn Tuesday and that's how we happened to have the show- flown." Hornsby refrronre In nu'deets was about a stunt Vpnk pulled last season here when be sent one in to bat for the Brownies as a pini'hhiner. Hornsby said IIP wantpd In slay in baseball hut it has in he the big |PICUPS. i He expressed surprise that »nme of his players had cheered his go- me. | "They must have put words in Iheir mouths," the Rajnh said, "I didn't have any trouble with the players. ! Then hp addrd: ' "Maybe I'm a little tough. Well Marion, Marty Marion, his MIC- resxor in easy goinf but he'll h a \ f his problems too. I didn't think M was a had ball club. You |nt tn havf patience with young fellows. Hut I hHlcvr the rlub will do bet- tpr than it ban been doinj. 1 certainly hope it dors." [SPORTS ui MNKM.-i.iAj n....'j, , ayeiievill*, ArkamcB,- Marion Says He Will Pick Starters And Stay With Them Brownie Pilot Hopes To Play Rest Of Season Wcdrmday, June 11, 1952 Boston-GPi-With such a loqua- . us boss as Bill Veeck demand- | Now York - (fP\ - Yogi Borra smashed t\vo home runs last nipht to lead the New York Yankees to a 4-0 win over thp Detroit Tigers. Lefty Ed Lopat blanked the Ren- gals on four singles. The win moved the Yankees into the Americ.'in League lead as Ihe Bosing complete attention, mild Marty i Inn Heel Sox lost to the St. Louis Marion has had but little oppor- : Browns. tunity to outline hi* plans as vet- \ Berni'drove in three of the four runs w i t h his ' fifth and pixth round-trippers of the year. Both blows rame at the cxprnpp nf Ted Gray, who was tagged with the JOSS. For the rod-hot Yanks the win Yanks Blank Tigers 4-0, To Gain AL Lead p fi e s^esGa^ For carver -As Browns Nip Red Sox, 5-4 Rushing In Featured Match Of Women's State Golf Meet yan Rogers Hornsby's successor nt the helm of the St. Louis Browns. ' But Marty, who served one term as the St. Louis Cardinal?' pilot, did manage to pet in a few words between V perk's long explanations of y e s t e r d a y ' s Hornsby firing. ; "I don't say we have a great club, or ..even a good one," Vceck conceded, "but' I'm sure our players will get along much better, under Marion thnn with Hornsby." *·· A f t e r the scv- cn-pbce Brownies' colorful pre: Marty Marlon i d e n t assumed full responsibility for rnpapin^ Hornsby 1 'and lifterl jnme nf Ihe la'ter's managerial failing:, in several thousand well chosen vrord^. Marty was given an ooporlunity to gei in a f*\v in his own behalf. No Platoon S/siem · "I don't plan any drastir changes in personnel," Marion oxpiylneri. "I'm going to try to pick my nine bfi-t players and lire then every game. There'll not b? any two platoon system for me." "And as for my own competitive plans. I'm still hoping I can play 100 games at shortstop this season thnn take up bench managing the Browns next year and the one aft*r." Marion continued. Veeck, naturally, ir. enthusiastic about his Marion appointment. And ,SQ are most of the* Browns' player?. "T made up my mind to get'rid was the fourth in a row and the eighth in the.ir la^t nine games. The Tigers have lost six of their last eight since making the big trade with Boston. New v~ rt « t. Dvirelt 0 OKTHO:T HEW YORK ah r h ab r h Haffspld. 2h 4 0 0 Mantlr. f t 4 0 1 Pesky. PS 4 0 1 Hizzuto. ·=* 4 1 1 Souchock. cf 4 0 1 Rgucr. rf 4 ^ 1 Lenharrit. If 4 0 O'Berra. c 4 2 2 Dropn, Hi 4 0 0 ,'VD'trald. 3 b 4 0 0 \Vcrt7. rf 3 0 0 Marlin. 21) d n :i Prirtdy. 2h 2 0 1'Cerv. If 4 0 1 Ginsberg, c 2 0 0 Collins. Ih Grav. p 2 0 1 ' Lopat, p *·· J -. p n n 0' Tribe Pitching Staff Defeats Nats, 4 To 3 Washington -'/IV * r he Senators ! movrd the tyins run to third bise ; with none out in the ninth in- ninp laFt night, but Early Wynn. !,ou Brissin and Mike Garcia pitch- | cd the Cleveland Indians out o f ' the jam to r f ) st a 4-3 win over Washington. Wynn got jredil for his seventh vi"tn.-\ of the .r.ai.-M iour looses. Pinch-hi'trr M c l Springdale CC Golf T o u r n e y Opens Sunday The Springdale Country Club wiTl he the site of an amateur go!.' tournament starting this weekend T'ro tournry is open tn all amateur i^nlfers in the area, and is brine held from Saturday. .June J 4 tn Sunday. June 22. Qualifying play is undcr.vay this week. Qualifying score? must be turned in to pro Burl Monday by this Saturday, and a dinner for thp en- I t r;t n (p and their f a :n il i es will he '· hrld Saturday cveninp .'it the chili. , Mali.-h piny begins Sunday -:nci in all flights are to be play- MUiiiF HI ;ui IIIBNIS ait* in oe piav- i smashed a triple off Wynn in open e( , th(? fo i, mvil , s Sumluy . ' · Jng s'VTM"^ This is a rcsum Pl inn ' of t h e «"- | Milt?., nnoihrr pinfh-ni.lrr to j ^ . iggo Wayne Began, v;hn I pop ,i fly In the mf.nlrl. hut Antn ., tn * AH,,., rr,n,«... T,.' i« ,u.. ; | Bnylnn - lYTi - Lrrny "Sairhrl" , ' PaiRp did it again last night, lie . t u r n e d in a strrhng relief job tn ' Ksve thp St. Louis Browns a vir- . · dry. His rhorp |;i.t night WHS · ;iKain.«l ihe Boston Hed Sox and h? i saved a f-4 victory fnr Brownie . arr Nod Carver. · Lone and lean Lemv, v.'hn claims j tn he no more than' 44 years ol aqp, went to the rescue of Garver · in the s i x t h frame a f t e r the Red i Sox had scored (wire, had t w o men nn, one out and were trailing by only nne run. : ' Satchel retired the side with no J more scoring and blanked Ihr ; Beantowncrs the rest of ih* wsy. j I The loss dropped the Red Sox I . from first place to third. j I In preserving Carver's third j , victory, Paige extended his smr«?- j , less skein to 24 1-3 innings. It 1 markfd thf ninth straight timf he has rithrr saved a cam** or picked up a win sincp May 4 when ho suffered his Inne srthark. He ha* won five itraight and sports | VI record, all in relief. The virjory u'H.i doubly-swept fnr Ihr Rrmvn* ns it markfd the debut of manager Marty Marion, v.'hn surreedcd Rogers Hornsby at thp hrlm only a f f w hours befoir the gamr. St Louis owner Rill Voerk. who fired Hornshv, was an in turret rd sprrtatnr, Hornp runs by Rohby Young and Bob Nieman off starter Iva;n Dclock got the Browns off to an early lead thny nrvcr rrlinquished. Rain delayed thp game which was not finished until a f t e r midnight. During 1951. t h * American Bible Society sent 911.241 Bibles 'o ih$ American armed service. : clashed it day in a battle of the , favoritrit as thf second round of · the Arkansas Women's Amateur ! Golf tournament got underway . here. Mrs, Dunp. Ihirris of Mot Springs, runner-up In last year's .tournament, and M i s s Hetty Hushing of El Dnrai-ln me! in w»at was : expected to bf thf day'.i best ' match. Thr field in thp championship flight was narrowed tn ciyht v*s- terriay aitf-r the fir.-t round of · competition. Only one favorite, : Mrs. Joe Miller, fell by the way. · uide. , Mrs. Miller, nf Hot Spring?, lost ; to Mrs. William Camarer ot Little Rock, l-ttp. I Thf defending champion. Mrs. 'Gordon Perrin of El Dorado who 1 has won the state crown three ! times, turned back Mi.-.s Lucille 1 Critz o( Little Rock, 7 and 6. j Mrs. Dani? Harris, Hot Springs, ; defeated Miss Norm* Robert* of : Pine Bluff. 7 and fl, «nd MUi | Rushing hrat Mus Bonnl« Rolow ; of El Dorado. 3 and 2. In another first round match Mrs. Carle Rnhbins of Fort Smith. downed Miss Louise Coley of El 1 Dorado 7 and fl. * Mrs. .Innr npll of Pine Bluff defeated MUM Polly Poe of Little Rnrk, 4 and 2; and Mrs. Allan HtiKRrr of El Dorado defeated | Mrs. F. M. Rider of El Dorado, 3 and 2. in other first round play. · Thp pairings for today: Mrs Cnmerer vs. Mrs. William!. Mrs. Pfirrin vs. Mrjt. Bell ' Miss Rushing v*. Mrs.' HarrU. Mrs. Bobbins vs. Mrs. Dugg«r, Bark With CUm i Chicaio-fflVChirlci ComUkty ! !I returned to the vlee-preildtncy of the Chicago White S?x' wkleh he. resigned earlier in thf year. nHopp 1 ii U Hutch'son. p n o » j Tola!* ^ 0 4'To : a--nrmmdrd out for Delroil . New York infield, hut a wall: tn Kddi" Yosl v.-rnt in to c^t Frank held in 1950. Wayne Began, v;hn defcalcd Allan Gilbert. .Ir., in the 1 Drift finals is the defending cham- I pion. E- None RSI-- BRITS .1. Mantle. ZB --CITV. 3B--Ri7.r.u1o. HR--Bcrra 1 D" 1 --R r 77iit-i anrl Cnltins. Left--D-tt-oit S. New York fi. BB--Gray 1 Lnpat 2 SO--fir-ay fi. I,opil 5 HO--Gray » in f i - ' ( innmsF: Ptuart O m ' : Hutrhinsnn 2 m 1 R EH Gray 4-4 Stinrl 0-0, Lnspr---Gray fi-r). n--Hurlpy. Papart 1 !- Hulchinsnn n-o. Winner--Lopat I^-.TI. l a . Passarclla. Rohb. T--1 55 A--35.914. Pirates Use Home Runs To Humble Spahn, Braves, 7-5 i o n°p 0 1 1 Wynn ' ,'iiid F Campos on a pop fly. Can-in t h e n ! 1 i f t , went to the mound to "oire Jackie | . Jenpen in pop out to end the. pnme ·^ i Lai-ry | ni,v' s home inn i»ff CV.ii- nie Mnrrrro was the ilrvidin; blow. The defeat was W/^Jiington'j lidh in ;i row and dropped ii to rVio-w^Iin 3 ^?"^""" f i f t h place. · n' jn ' : 'c.nrri.i n m ' , [t t Cl?ve|*rH ». Waihinjilin J I Marrrrn 4-4. Wynn ri-3 Winnrr CLtVEt/ND WASHINGTON I i 7 - 4 i . - -- nb r h aii r h . nnnii rf 4 I 3 Yost. .11. 1 1 0 A --lO.r.flfi. ., . , . . .. , . . M ;ir . vllin ' 1 ^' m! '"»' " "« ** : only virgin hrmlnck forest in the . Epslcrn part nf the Unili-d Stater. ? Wynn : Br»5:f Good for all cars, but... Simp-;n AV)!B. Hospn. .^b Dnhy. cf Mitchell. If Fridley, If Easter, Ih Wynn. p Brissie. p Garcia, p Bpr . K-liirk 4 1 1 Ci 4 0 0 Jrnsrn. 4 I liVcrn^n 0 0 U Wood. rMf 3 0 0 Bakrr, 3 h 4 1 1 Grasbo. r 4 0 2.aHoderIcin 4 n 0 hCoan 0 0 0 Mfrrern. p O O D cKlultz 3S 4 10,Totals . . C i m n . HR-Ddhv. . . R-innrl^ nB--! Left-- Cl i a--Tripled for Grasso in 9'h. I b--Ran for Hodcrlein In 9th. i c- Popped to Wynn for Marrero in 1 9'h. C'cv^iand 200 no noo---4 10 n , ,. f _ _ . , ., D Pittsbur^h-(/P)-The Pittsburgh , Wa-htngton . 5oo 001 000--3 of Hornsby. about 10 days 330 and I Pirates scored f i v e runs in-the first . Mnr '~o nnc , RB , I .T AvIIat ; Mitche11 . v«r- j just waited for an opportune time. mmnR ofr s t a r t e r warren Spahn ~Z(-*TMM«^ then went en to beat the Boston 1 " M * 1 *~ -- ' -- ·· · Rravps. 7-5. Home run; by Ra'ph Kiner, Gf-orge Strfr!:fand anrl Fete C,i?tiglione accounted for four Bur runs. Bob Thorpe homer- ed! to score t'vo Bcgves markers. Terl \ViIks picked up the win in relief nf Paul Lapatsne. v.-lio look over for starter Ronnie Kline in the first. to do 50." Veeck explained. "It seems that he. as an employer, j forgot that emploves are people, too." , Brown* VoiM Complainis i As soon as the out-spoken Hornsby had nrade his speedy de- psrrure. ths St. Louis players be- ; gan to chorus thrir complaints | about his exacting method?. ! When Veeek entered their Fen- j way Park dreeing room before ' last night's 7-4 win over the Red | Sox. he vap pr n ?entcd with a j handsome two-font silver fip ?nr- | mounted by a golden batter bv , pitcher Ned Garver on behilf of : his teammates. It brtre the inscription--"To Bill Vppck for the greatest play since the Emancioation Pi-nclanialion. .. June 10. 1952, from the players j hCrowc of the St. Louis Browns." " ' T^ITn Red Sox Trade Pitchers Boston-Wl-Tbe Bnstun Kod Sox traded pitcher Randy Gumpert and Walt Master-son to Hie Wash- I ington Senators for Pitcher Sid ! Hudson. Pit'5burch 7. Beiton S HOSTON PITTSBURGH Tiiorpe.' rf 4 2 1 Bell.' it ' 3 1 1 Tnrr-snn. Ib 3 1 1 Kincr. If 2 2 1 If SI C!a: iT'lsfield. 2h Alvrrt»« in tne T1MFS--It pars SUPER! Every mellow drop... TAD If rilTHPl/V ' Kn ^'"" andVnrf1a 7 "^A-'-in. lUr IVtNIUIRT jHoam Springs Beats 4 n n Fi 4 (1 1 Mrr-on. lib 1 1 0 2 0 ft Str'clilanri. ss 3 1 ] 1 0 n B'tironiP. Ib 4 " 1 2 0 " Klinr. p 2 n 0 I n ft Lapa'm:-. p fi 0 » i n n witkr-. p i n n 4 n i 1 n n 0 ii n 1 « ft i o n , i n n n n ft 33 5 0 Totals .in 7 7 «-- Struck out for Jones in 5ih. h Flieri out for TiariBfirlrl in 5th. r -?"l;ed out for Buriie'ir in Rth Bnsinn . (10? ftlO Oin -S riit^htirch sm om nox-T F-HarlsfioM. I.ogan. Mrrion. HBl -·FitrGrra'd. Mcrsnn. Strickland ,. '. CiMifiliono. Tcr£c!=on ?. Thorpe J. j Ktncr. 2B-- Bnll. TorRCfon «B-- Jo throe. HR- St r i c t e I n n r i Cs.stig' Thorn?, Kinrr. SB-- Bnriirnmc. j Burdettr. Lofian nncl Tnrm-son. StrirU: land. Mer«on and narfirom- I.rft -- Hditon 8. PifflMirjih 4 nn-- Sp.ihn 2. Klinr S Jonrs 1. HurdMlr. Wilkt 1 SO-- Kline :. on^^ ,1. Burrirttrl. HO- - Snahn ·! in 2 inninc«: Burriottf 2 in .1. ! l.-.Patmo I in 0. Birkford n in I. Jonps 1 in 3: Klino 3 in -1-*,: Wilk^ 2 in 4 , 1 -. n FIR-- Spal:n fi-fi. Jones n-H. K':n« S-S. \Vilk^ f.n B'.inlc!'" 1-1. I.n- I'ntm^ n-0. Rirkforrl 0-0 TIRP-- Kin" .lethroei. Spahn iBc'h. 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