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YOUR MORNING NEWSPAPER THE SHREVEPORT TIMES, MONDAY; JULY 28, 1947 THIRTEEN LOCKE TAKES $10,000 OPEN BY FIVE STROKES Triumph Over for N'venlli Victory in Tnrhc Start ings to $20,537.50 and urabbthg off $1,400 lor econd place, wheeled Into second place in the money-won list with a '$19,181.72 total as Benny Hoan, who finished in a tie for 10th today with 289. 15 stroke back, skidded from last to third place. Locke, tied for the lead at 138 with Demaret and George Peyton ot Hamp- Demaret, S70O; Johnny Fptmer, Radin. N. C, 287, .)i(i; Meddle Haa, Jr., JSew Orleans. 2R8. $4.".0: Jim Krrncr. San Francisco. 28!. f.'.Wi: Jim Hogan. licrshey, Pa.. 289. SJfW: E. J. Harrison. Yurie, Pi.. 2HI, Ky Lsifon, St. Anrtrrwt, 111.. 8!l. $306; Al Smith, Danville, Va., 2M), $306. Frank Stranahan. Toledo. 290. amateur: Rob Kepler. Columbus. 29(1. $lf7.ft0; Kill Nary. San Francisco, 290, $167. 50; Tommy Wright. Knoxville, Turn., 290. $167 50; Oeorrre Payton, Hampton. Va., 290, $187. 50: Ralph Brrquist. Glendale. Calif., 292. $125; Kd Oilier, Wilmington. Del., 292. $125; Denny Shute. Akron. Ohio. 294, 5U; and Lew Sorsham, Pittsburgh, 294, $50. I t j.n fa puflllv t ii ,rrJ rtn trio hpnt Driliarrt in today's final rounds as he whipped through the first 1" 33-3467. five j under par, to ease out In front ol Demaret by two strokes, Payton ! blaBtlng himtelf out of contention with a 75. Bv milZ HOW 1.1.1. In the final round, Locke scored a Cc-lumbus. Ohio. Juiy 27 ;P. 69. three under even figures, while Robert D Arcy (Bobbyi Locke of;Demaret was par 72, as Payton fcouth Africa gave the American pro- toared out of the fight, Melvln fessionais another golf lesson today, (Chick) Harbert of Detroit, who re-winnmg the $10,000 Columbus openjeently lost the PGA championship .U u f.ik uH lu rClllcI. ilra iCf a scheduled two-out-of-three play w v Hi wuivij iilflUI- ill 111 Uir , anuuic i-i WIC lillb HUM A tUUMC jewr 1 MKHiry winner. I record 74 in the third round, which The South African cloutrr dhuhhI IcH him onlv three atroke off the ARCADIA LKGION BALL CLUB WINS OVER SllKEVLTORT Arcadia. July 27 (Special). The Arcadia Legionnaires outlasted the Shreveport American Legion Softball outfit to take a 12-lnnlng triumph, 4 to 3. here Friday, In the first Barksdale Edges Cotton Valley in Semipro Meet (Continued From Preceding Pace) walks and an error and once In the eighth on Ferguson's double and two wild pitches. Doyllne committed seven errors and Chestnut rapped two pitchers for nine blows to hang up Its 10-4 win. The winners scored In every inning but the fourth. Southern had three for five to pace Chestnut, while Cleveland Strong topped the losers' attack with a double and a single. In the final game Greenwood all but ran Blanchard out of the park In a wild scoring orgy that Included a seven-run blast In the fifth inning. The Blanchard defense fell com pletely apart from the outset, wild j off series for the championship of the j northwest district. '-.tK.r. ..- -. . , l . . , . . n. o. iviiiiiimu, iiutiiHucr iu urn f a 271 total. 14 imrler ,,-r , , , final. hr,ever .( unrt &h''evoport team, announced after the the 72-hoie medal play test by fi-.e with 2R)-lne strokes back of the le"Uiy fracaa that his Pla:'ers wouldJ and eiKht errors to make It a run T-'-Ke- o.ei JuimiV Demaret t, e Bar-shattering South African. i participate in me icuiuuiuer o. , f . : dressed ex-Trxan irom o:i:. DODGERS COP DOUBLE BILL FROM PIRATES 2. Reiser 2, Walker, Jorsensen, Reese, Gregg, Cox. Russell 2, Qustine. Errors-Cox. Guiitine. Runs batted in Walker, Edwards. Jorgensen, Reiser 3, Furillo, Klncr, Fletcher. Reese, Robinson 3. Two-base hits Jorgensen, Gregg. Russell. Home runs Robinson. Reiser. Stolen base Stanky. Sacrifice Robinson. Double play Stanky to Reese to Robfnson. Left on ba.ves Brooklyn 9, Pittsburgh 8. Base on balls Higbe 4, Ostermueller 2. Gregg 4. Struck out By Hlgbe 2, Greeg 4, Ostermueller 3. Hits Off Hlgbe. 4 in 1 inning; Bagby, 6 in 1; Ostermueller. 2 in 5. Hit by pitcher By Higbe (Reese), by Gregg (Cox). Wild pitches Ostermueller 2. Passed ball Edwards. Losing Ditcher Higbe. Umpires Reardon. Con-Ian and Goetz. Time 2:04. Attendance 42,716. Ojai. Locke's victory wa one of the most r'1' roninrili2 he has wna in tht cinn. I.i puku.s up hi wfiith vinorv try. In 10 medal plav tournaments. in 12 to jrnameiit e coining to excluding the PGA and the Goodall. lr..i r. .r.t.rv Apnl 1 lor what he; he has used 2.777 strokes in 40 turned a "snort vWt" the Pouth rounds, for an averasie of 69 42 A. Aran champion MJ!,ted his earn- I strnkes-ahout half-stroke ner rn,..,ri better than any of the home breds have been able to rack up. C'oliimhun. Ohio. July 27 f,p, The rr-oney winners and their scores, in the $10,000 Columbus Open 72-hole medal Play tourney; Bobby Locke. South Africa, 274, J2.0OO; Jimmy Denmrrt. Oiai, Calif., 279. $l,,iM: J'hiek llarl.ert. Oct' nil, Mlrh., 2K3. $1.001; C'lavtnn Heafner. f'herlottr. N. C, U'fl.i. 700; Sum Sil'-ari. Ilol Snnnf Va,, ?H5. 4700; Hairy Todd. Dalla-, Texas. 2R., PHILS, RKIS SPLIT Cincinnati, July 27 p). Harry Walker scored from third on Grady the winners put together 10 naf eties i Hatton'a error in the eighth inning to give the. Philadelphia Phillies a i v ..r . 'away. Righthander Will Smith cooled i 6-5 victory over Cincinnati in the the playoff, thus gntng the Arcadnns th wltl, thr Bnri!,prri oam. nf.nHl.v.m h,,i called at the end of the elgfith be- u"u,u"ru """B""W 1,1 tuc whiffed eight, while Lavton of the crown by virtue of a forlrit. The ,,rlt .. .,rlvlni, nl n ,r mm local outfit will probably take on a worthless cause. the winner of the northeast district: Catcher Charles Rhea slapped out at a later date for the North Lou-! two long doubles to lead the winners luiarift title. (at the plate. Lay ton, Spain and With neither team being able to Searcy were the only Blanchard bat-push across a rvin after Arcadia ral- j ters to hit safely off Smith, lied to knot the score at 3-aIl in the I BOYL1NI-. BtvtV Inning rVinnln, 1 ,-. t ... . AB R H O A E cacker, opened the twelfth with a Sh''-V- r hitel.v, lb single through short. After Doyle A. Strong, ss. c ftantt went down on strikes, Elton Larr.kln iaced a double Into center field scoilng Chandler from firht to ; "p"s t Your porch outdoor can be a cool room living with KooZVEWf ALUMINUM AWNINGS .1 Vx. y)t ) i 4 . 3 . 3 . 5 . 5 . 2 . 2 . 4 . 4 Carson, p 2 Walker (6) C. Strong. .In HiRKenbottom, e SPlaw. 21) 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 1.1 1 t 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 n i o o i l n o i oon o l o o o 5 1 0 1 2 1 4 2 0 0 1 I I 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 1 break up the ball game. The local crew had tied the contest! In the sixth with hits bv Allred and 'Totals D. Gantt, a long drive to left field by E. Lamkin which went for an error but brought in the two runners, followed by a clean single off the bat of Sherwood Lamkin, scoring his brother from third. Shreveport outhlt Arcadia by 13 to , wut inc nuiuiuwu emus sii'iiari Totals .... 39 10 olav afield made the difference. Score by innings Strong, the visiting shortstop, led ! cheslnut 211 032 i"io both clubs w ith four safeties for five K Summary: Runs hatted in Whitely, ! n ,Ti!K T?'trlHI Mnnr. n Cn, . 1 1, trips to the plate, and Price. Shrcve- Two-base hits Sheley. C. Strong. Sacn- Dort third baseman, collected three f.'c Sheley. Stolen bases C. Strong 2 cause of darkness. The Reds won the opener, .8,-1. With a crowd of 19.762 on hand, the nightcap was called shortly beiore 6:30 (EST) o'clock when a heavily-overcast sky darkened the field. Going: Into the eighth with the score deadlocked, 5-5, Harry Walker singled, for his third hit of the game, after one was out. Howie Schultz popped out but Jeep Handley moved Walker to third with a safe blow. Emll Verban's slow grounder rolled through Hatton for an error. Walker 1 1 scorlne . ( iuc &ei;uuu game LjiuJiipji gave 4 9 24 14 7 Oscar Judd his first win as against Joyner, cf 3 Caskey. 2b 5 .Southern. If 5 Dobson, 3b 5 Moore, c 5 Hiddlr, is 5 Johnson, lb 4 Weaver, rf 3 D. Smith, p 4 35 l i U CTVI'T ab R H o A e I nine defeats this season. PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI 0 0 S 1 t 10 0 ABHOA! ABHOA 1 i n Albright.ss 4 1 2 1 BamhltiE.rf 6 2 3 0 2 4 OjNewsom.ss 1 0 1 l ZientHis.2b 4 2 3 1 0 1 0 4 2 Adams.i f 1 0 13 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 9 27 12 3 CITY-WIDE MIDGET BASEBALL TOURNEY WILL BEGIN TODAY Fourteen teams have entered the first cltywlde double elimination tournament In midget baseball. The first games -will be played tonight. Cap's Cubs, winner of the Big Eight league, and Claiborne Gra-Y are the only undefeated teams in the lower division. The Cubs won over Nielson Bros. 10-5 and defeated Cameron Barbers, 9-3. The Gra-Y club has defeated the Jet Babies 7-3 and Pak-A-Sak 8-2. These two clubs meet Monday night at Cedar Grovo at 8:30. Nielson Bros., Line Avenue, Pak-A-Sak and Cameron Barbers have lost one game each but are still In the running. Adair Tire and the Jet Babies have been ellminat- . with two defeats. In the upper bracket, Creswell champion of the Big Seven league, and Howard Collins are the only un defeated clubs, Creswell having de feated Hamilton Terrace 7-0. while Howard Collins defeated Cotten's Grocery 8-0 and Morris-Dickson 7-2. Claiborne, Cotten's Grocery, Ham llton Terrace and Morrls-Dlckson are still In the running, after losing and winning one game each. Today'! schedule played at Cedar Grove: Line Avenue meets Cameron Barbers at 8:30; Nielson Bros, meets Pak-A-Sak at . 7 o'clock and Cap's Cubs play the Gra-Y at 8:30. hits. S. Lamkin, fnt baseman, and D. Gantt, shortstop, paced the locals with two safe blows apiece. Jones of Shreveport and Alfred of Arcadia, both went the full twelve Innings on the mound. Jones struck Johnson 2. Weaver. Southern, Kiddle Juvncr. Southern, Walker. Bases on halls Off Smith 3. Struck out By Smith 4. Wild pilches Carson, Smith, Walker. Passed ball;i Carson. Moore. Hit by pitched ball By Smith (Sheley). Hits Off Carson 7 hits, 7 runs in 3 innings. Double play Caskey to Johnson. Left on bases Doylme 10, Chestnut 9. Win ning pitcher Smith. Losing pitcher out 21 of the 44 Arcadia batters to ! Carson. Time 1:50. Umpires Lewis and face him In the extended battle. j ' mow nfoyenefrf ncf comfort from ywur bom ttm Mm. nw...wifri KOOl-VINT Aluminum Awmntji. Rainproof, t. kew, colorful, prfnnet And economic!. TOtf FIRST COST W YOUR LAST WITH KOOL-VENT Score by Innings: R H E! S port .. 000 021 000 0003 1 Arcadia 000 003 000 0014 COTTON VALLEV NBA Lightweight Champ Summit. N. J.. July 27 (). N.B.A. Lightweight Champion Ike Williams went through another brisk workout today In preparation for his bout in Philadelphia Aug. 4 with Bob Montgomery, New York-Pennylvania lightweight title holder. Williams, boxed five rounds, shadow boxed and walked five miles at the conclusion of his workout, he was down to the 135 pound limit and Trainer Jimmy Wilson said Williams would have tomorrow off. Williams will resume training Tuesday. Thursday he will leave for Philadelphia for a physical checkup, returning here Friday to complete his training. The winner of the bout will be recognized as undisputed lightweight champion of the world. AB R H O A E ' i Ferguson. 3b 4 1 2 0 3 Oi : R. Dennis, c 2 0 0 3 2 0. Wiseman, 2b 4 0 0 6 1 0i Kea. ss. 4 0 0 0 3 2! j Hudson. If 4 0 0 2 0 0 Cox, cf 3 n 0 2 0 0 llMaynor 1 0 0 0 0 0 iTinsley, lb 3 0 0 10 1 1 Berley. rf 0 1 0 0 1 2 T. Dennis, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0 Green, p 2 0 2 0 3 0 Totals 29 2 4 24 14 8 BARKSDALii ' AB R H O A E Edwards, cf 3 I 0 2 1 0 Carey. 2b 4 0 1 2 2 0 Kelly. 3b 4 0 0 0 3 0 Mortimer, ss 3 0 2 2 3 1 Wlngard, rf 3 1 0 1 0 0 Snnonini, If I 0 0 0 0 0 2Bridges 2 0 0 0 0 0 Toms, lb 3 1 0 13 1 0 Bradshaw, c 2 0 0 7 0 0 Johnson, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 James, p 3 0 1 0 5 1 5 12 0 Hatton.3b 4 3 2 2 Walker.cf 3 I 0 0 'Young, lb 5 0 3 0 Tabor .3b 5 1 1 lHaas.cf 3 0 4 0 Enms.lf 4 13 0 Galan.lf 4 0 8 0 Lnkeman.c. 4 13 0 Lamanno.c 3 0 4 0 Schultz.lb 4 19 1 Miller.ss 3 2 2 2 Verban.2b 4 4 3 3 Peterson. p 3 0 0 0' Attendance 30,135 Kowe.p 2 o n si Schanz.o 0 0 0 0' 1 Handler 110 0! Schmidt, p 0 0 0 1 Gordon, Koslo, Merullo. Lowre.v. Pafko McCullough. Aberson, Nicholson. Errors Koslo. Merullo. Runs batted in Marshall 2. Rigney, Thomson 4, Mize. Cooper, Gordon, Kerr. Trinkle. Sturgeon. Lowru 2. Aberson, Waitkus. Two-base hits cordon. Cooper 2, Lowrey, Waltkus Home run Thomas. Sacrifice Rigney. uouDie plays Rigney to Kerr to Mlze Kerr to Rigney to Mize; Lowrey to sturgeon to waitkus. Left on bases New York 10, Chicago 8. Bases on balls on xnnKie 3, Fasseau 2. Borowy 1, Meers 1, Erickson 1. Struck out By Koslo 2, Trinkle 3. Jansen 1. Passeau 2. Wyse 3. Hits Off Koslo. in 5 innings: Passeau. 8 in 3V ; Borowy. 0 in ivj; trti-Kson. s In Jj: Trinkle. 5 in 3,; Jansen, 0 In Mi: Chipman, 3 in 'a: Meers. 0 in 1: Wyse, 0 in IV3. Hit by pitcher By Erickson Blattner. Wild pitches kosio 2, Trinkle. Winning pitcher. Koslo. Losing Ditcher Passeau. ITmnires Barr. Jorda and Boggess. Time 2:41. Tolals 37 12 24 13 Totals wSSggj V- 8. 7nHk,m, MANAGER J I rxASU JSCs. Totals 28 3 4 27 15 2 2Bat.led for Simonini in sixth. 1 Batted for Cox in ninth. Score by innings: Cotton Valley 001 000 0102 Barksdale 000 100 20z 3 Summary: Runs batted in Carey 2. Two-ha.se hil Ferguson. Sacrifices Green, Wingard, Bradshaw. Stolen bases Dennis 2. Hudson, Berley, Wingard 2, Edwards. Bases on balls Off Johnson 2. Green 3. James 1. Struck out By Green 1, Johnson 2. James 4. Wild itch Japmcs 2. Passed halls Bradshaw 2. Pitching record Off Johnson, 0 hits, 0 runs in 2 innings. Double play Green to Tlnslev to Wiseman, Left on brt.T.i Cotton Valley 4. Barksdale (i. Winning ";: .-her James. Time 1:53. Umpires Hamel and Leu is. IBat'ed for Schans In eighth. Score by innings: Piulndelphia 000 001 0001 C ir cjn n n it I . 003 000 gUx 3 Summary: Runs Schultz; Baumhoitz 2 Zicntara 2. Miller. Errors Tabor, Lake-man. Verbam. Runs batted in Baum-holtz. Zientara. Young, .Galan, Schultz Two base hits Miller 2. Three base hit Baumholtz. Home run Schultz. Stolen bases Hatton. Sacrifices Walker, Peterson, Zientara. Double plays Albright. erban and Schultz; Hatton, Zientara and Young. Left on bases Philadelphia 13 Cincinnati 11. Bases on balls Rowe 1, Schanz 1. Schmidt 1, Peterson 3. Strike-ovts Rowe 3. Peterson 2. Hits Off Rowe 8 in 6 innings: Schanz 0 in 1. Schmidt 1 In I. Hit by. pitcher, by Rowe (Milleri. Wild pitches Rowe. Losing pitcher Rowe. Umpires Henline, Stewart and Magerkurth. Time 2:0'!. I (8eeond fiamet PHILADELPHIA CINCINNATI AB H O A Newsme.ss 4 10 5 Bmholtz.rf Wyrostk.rf 3 3 1 Ennis.lf 4 Padgett .e 4 Walker.cf 3 Schultz, lb 4 Handley .3b 4 Verban,2b 4 Judd.p 4 0 2 0Hatton,3b 1 3 OHaas.cf 3 3 0,Young.lb 1 11 0 Galan.lf 2 1 3 Mueller.c 0 3 lllTatum 1 0 1 Gnmbert.o j 2Vollmer I Miller.ss l3Wahl I Lively, D Erautt.p -lLamanno.e Totals 34 12 24 10! Totals GREENWOOD AB R H Robb. 3b 4 Rhea, c 2 Rambin. cf 3 ! Ward, cf 0 Smith, p 5 Bryson, lb 4 Boddie, ss 5 Haggard. 2b 3 MacFarland, rf 4 Tilley. rf 1 i Aldridge. If 3 Carter, If 0 1 4 3 0 3 2 1 I 0 0 0 ooo 1 o o 0 0 0 1 Baited for Mueller in sixth. 2Batted for Giimbcrt in eighth. :Batted for Miller in eighth. Score by innings: Philadelphia 400 100 01 R Cincinnati 210 1)10 10 5 . (Called at end of clghth-j-darknessl Summary: Runs Wyroiwek, Padgett, Walker 2, Schultz. Judd: Zientara 2, Hatton. Haas, Galan. Errors Hatton, Haas. Runs batted in Wyrostek, Padgett, Walker. Schultz. Handley, Hatton 2. Baum-holtz. Young. Two base hits Wyrostek, Schultz. Haas. Three base hit Walker. Heme run Hatton. Sacrifices F.rautt IV.iller. Double plays Hatton and Young. Zientara, Miller and Young. Left on bases Philsdelohla 6, Cincinnati 8. Bases on balls Judd 4. Erautt 1. Gumhert 1. Strikeouts Judd 3. Hits Off Lively 5 in innings, Erautt 5 in Sa, Gumbert 2 In A E I 2. Wild pitches Erautt. Judd. Passed 2 II halls Padgett, loosing pitcher oumoert. 0 0 I Umpires Magerkurth, Hehlme and Slew- 0 o : art. Time 2:10. Attendance 19,(6 0 0 BRAVES TROUNCE CARDS St. Louis, July 27 (P). The Boston 34 9 27 5 1 Braves trounced the St. Louis Cardi nals 10 to 3 today behind Johnny Snin'a seven-hit hurling, hammering Harry Brecheei and four other Bed-bird pitchers for 18 hits Including seven doubles and Tommy Holmes' home run. Away back in the second Inning, after the Braves loaded the bases for a second time and fared better by scoring their first runs, Enos Slaughter doubled and scored when Whitey Kurowskl grounded out. That was the Cardinals fans' last opportunity to cheer until Kurowskl homered In the seventh. For young Sain, as tireless at the final out as when he started, had the Redbirds baffled while his mates were teeing off on everything Manager Dyer's mound choices had to offer. The Braves exploded In the second, bringing Al Brazle to the mound to relieve Brecheen, groggy from four sudden runs. A double play saved the cat In the first yhen Braves were on every base but Mike McCor-mick's second inning double with the bases loaded Indicated Brecheen was not In form. Boston tallied once more before Brazle restored order. Holmes' flfth-lnnlng homer scored Sain and put the Braves ahead 9 to 1. Only In the ninth, with Ted WUks pitching, were the Cardinals able to retire Boston In order. AB H OA 3 0 2 0 4 2 4 5 4 2 2 3 4 10 0 4 2 12 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 112 4 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 0 10 0 2 2 0 0 0 3? "s 24 16 Totals 34 16 10 21 8 4' BLANCHARD AB R H O A E Riall. 2b 4 0 1 0 2 0 Searcy, ss .-.3 1 0 0 0 2 A. Ashby, ef. if 4 1 0 0 0 0 Bramlett, ,'lb, lb 3 2 0 3 1 2 Bostwick, lb 0 0 0 2 0 0 F. Smith, cf, lb 2 0 0 0 0 0 Spain, rf. If 2 0 1 0 0 1 i Tingle, if. lb, 3b 2 0 0 4 0 0 , Keel 0 0 0 0 0 0 IKilKenfeld. c 2 0 0 6 2 2 A. D. Ashby, c , 1 0 0 4 0 1 Layton, p 2 0 1 2 2 0 0X Qi Totals 23 4 3 21 7 8 Score by innings: Greenwood 303 270 118 Blanchard 201 000 14 Summary: Runs batted in T. Bryson, Rambin 2. Hasgard, Spain, Smith 2. MacFarland, Boddie. Two-base hits Rhea 2. Smith, Boddie. Stolen bases Bramlett. Bostwick. Smith 2, Riall. Boddie. Rhea 2, Rambin, Robb 2. Bases on balls Off Layton 6, Smith 6. Struck out By Layton 11. Smith 8. Wild pitches Layton 3. Smith 2. Passed balls A. D. Ashby 4. Hit by pitcher By Layton (Aldrldgi; By Smith (Keel). Left on bases Greenwood 7. Blanchard 8. Time 2:25. Umpires Lewis and Hamcl. GIANTS DOWN CIBS Chicago, July 27 ' The New York Giants put on a 16-hit attack, including Bobby Thomson's 19th o i homer of the year, to defeat the Chl-1 1 cage Cubs, 12 to 6, today before 30,155 4 'onlookers. The Cubs used six pitchers New York needed three mounds-men to halt the late threats of the Cubs, who collected 14 blows. Dave Koslo lasted until the sixth Inning to register his 11th victory of the year and his fifth straight over Chi cago. Kent Trinkle and Larry Jansen finished for the Giants. A seven-run fourth inning In which both Claude Passeau and Bob Chip-man were driven from the box, sent the Giants solidly on their way. The cubs cut the lead to 8-5 with counter attacks on Koslo and Trinkle In the fifth and sixth. Enjoy the whiskey that's The sun shmci cast, the sun shines west . . . but wherever Old Sunny Brook U served, the sun shines best! So smooth, so mellow, so rich In Kentucky whiskey flavor! Today try a C-o-o-l Old Sunny Brook highball. OLD Sunny ROOK I Kentucky Whiskey-A Blen HATiCNAi. DlSTUlfUS ODUCI5 C0P0All0N, NIW YORK, N. Y. I Gb4K J I IRAN VI J i, y J . .11 I I WE PAY MOST MONEY FOR USED CARS and TRUCKS Central Motors, Inc. OiMrlbutors for hodse, Plyiiiouth and IXtdge Job-Rated Trucks Market at Lake Phone 2-74X2 BOSTON I ST. LOUIS AB HOA' AB H O A Holmes.rf 6 3 1 0 Schdnst,2b 4 114 Hopp.cf 4 1 1 0 Moore.cf 4 0 1 01 McCmk.lf 3 1 1 0 Musial.lb 4 0 11 0 Howell. If 1 0 2 0 Slaughtr.lf 4 112 Head U psets Fry to Win Crown in Sea Bright Meet Clever Defensive Tactics Cause Downfall of Defending Champ Sea Bright, N. J July 27 (.TV Third-seeded Dorothy Head of Alameda, Calif., scored a major upset today when she conquered top-seeded Shirley Fry of Akron, Ohio, In straight seta to annex the women's singles title In the 69th annual 8ea Bright lawn tennis and cricket club Invitation tournament. Scores were 7-6 and 6-4. Miss Fry. who won the title here a year ago by defeating Mary Arnold Prentiss, led only three times during the one-sided match, and that was early In the first set when she took 2-0. 3-1 and 6-4 leads. Miss Head, ranked 10th nationally, proved too steady for the nation's seventh ranking star and her clever defensive tactics forced Miss Fry Into numerous errors. After the Xirst set had see-sawed and Miss Fry had achieved a 5-4 lead, Miss Head reeled off eight successive points to take a 6-5 lead, but went to deuce twice In the 10th game before winning the opening set. The 22-year-old California!! maintained her mastery at the start of the final set, grabbing a 2-0 lead, but Miss Fry rallied briefly to square the games. After each player had held service through to the eighth game. Miss Head held her own service In the ninth without yielding a point, and then crashed through Miss Fry's service In the 10th game to win the set and match. Miss Head's victory today enabled her to gain revenge for the loss she suffered against Miss Fry a week ago In the women's final of the Pennsylvania grass courts tournament at Philadelphia. In the men's doubles finals, William Talbert of Wilmington. Del., and Francisco (Pancho) Segura of Ecuador defeated Frank Shields of New York and Richard (Pancho) Gonzales of Los Angeles, 8-7, 4-6. 7-5, 6-0. BLACK SPOUTS' WIN STBKAK SNAPPED BY LITTLK HOCK NINE Ballanfant to Undergo Treatment for Arthritis Shreveport Black Sports ran tr.e:r winning streak to elevea by dropping the Little Rock Bellhops 14-5 In the first game of a doubleheader at Palace park Sunday afternoon but came bark to drop the nightcap to the visitors 6-4. The Arkansas nine had been sailing along with a 6-1 lead until the last of the seventh Inning when the Sports exploded for 13 runs. A. Phillips was r removed rom the mound during this wild Inning but carr.e back In the nightcap to scatter seven hits for a victory to snap the Sports' winning streak. J. D. Dlllard, who replaced "Dibs"" Robinson in the fourth Inning, received credit for the win in the opener. Dlllard was in fine Torn, whiff inn seven of the 15 batte; h- faced him and received fine s ;ppoit afield. The Dallas ABC Chesterfield team will invade Palace park Tuesday :vi Wednesday night? for a to sarr series with the Sports. bring;ng record of 30 wins and four de:e i for the season. (Hrt Game) Score by innings: R. H T, Little Rock. 002 3O0 fW 8 10 i Black Sport 100 OOO (13)0x 14 13 2 Batteries: A. Phillips. Talton n1 L. Phillips. Hawkins; Robinson. Du-lard and Jackson. ("econd Game) Score by innings: R. H T. Little Rock 230 00 t 7 I Black Sports 301 00 4 7 o Batteries: A. Phillips and Hawkii.s Pitts and Moss. (Called at end of fifth by agreement.) Southern Bell Defeated 1 Alexandria Softball Team Alexandria. July 27 (Special) Behind the 3-hit pitching of Smoke-Mlcheils. Southern Chevrolet tej..i of Alexandria, beaf the Southe.s! Bell team of Shreveport, 9-5. on the City Park diamond today. Elva Nabours lead the Shreveport team in hitting by getting thr--hlts out of four times at bat. Nabo. t-hlt a well placed double in the th'ru Inning scoring two runners, she h: again In the sixth and seven framea. Michells fanned 12 Sou'.fceru Bell batters. Score by innings: ,, , , TZzr 7 ,, , . Southern Bell .. 002 003 8 Dallas. Jul, 27(T)-Lee Ballanrsnt Southem - , of Dallas, veteran National League umpire who was one of the officials In the 1946 .world's series, arrived home yesterday to undergo treatment for arthritis In his hip and a back ailment. On advice of Dr. Robert F. Hyland, club physician for the St. Louis Cardinals, he will go to Marlin for a series of mineral water baths. In the event his ailment falls to re spond to this treatment, he may have to undergo an operation. Ballanfant came home for aix weeks early In the season for the same reason and returned to work but found he was unable to continue. SOFTBALL LEAGUE STAMllMiS SOKTBAI.I, Park Girl.' Softball League Park Won Loat Pet. Allendale 6 2 .730 Betty-Virginia S 3 .H2S Andrew Currie 3 3 .62) Queensboro 4 3 .57 1 Cedar Grove 3 4 .42 Mildred Street 2 .2B.V Fair Grounds 1 A .142 NEW CIVILIAN AND Station Wagons NOW AVAILABLE MYNEE? i MOTOR CO. 312-218 Trail St. Phone t-MJ: Distributor for THE ARK I.A-1F.X AF4, Elliott,3b 3 3 11 Norlhey.rf 4 13 0! Masi.c Ryan. 2b Culler .ss Sain.p 4 2 3 2 5 I 3 3 SENIOR BOYS SOUBAI I, FMCmk.lb S 2 11 0 Kuroski.3b 4 2 3 2 , U,m w2' J11 A Mir nn .4 71 n 1 3 " " i R Ci e.rJr. . I I o 4 J apeworm Ten R 3 .1 1 Garagiola.e 3 0 S 0 0 1'Brecheen.p 0 0 0 1 Urazle.p 0 0 0 0 ISIsler 10 0 0 Grodzicki.p 0 0 0 0 2Medwick 110 0 Hearn.p 0 0 0 0 3Duzak 10 0 0 Wilks.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 41 18 27 10' Totals . 34 7 27 18 Tapeworm Ten 8 Irish 7 Hoodlums 3 Cherokees S Sllnkeroos S Travelers 1 Los Diablos . 0 Shaughnessy play off will Wednesday. Prt. .818 ."7 ,K3 .no ..V4S .418 .or:i .000 4 2 3 7 10 is be held NEW YORK CHICAGO ABHOA! ABHOA 3 1 1 2lMcrullo.SK 5 2 2 1 4 2 1 2lLowrey,3h 5 2 13 2 3 0 Waitkus. lb S 1 10 0 6 2 9 0 Pafko.cf 5 2 3 0 4 1 3 liMcCulugh.c 4 16 0 5 3 6 H Aberson, If 5 3 10 3 2 2 0 Nichlsn.rf 3 2 10 4 12 4 Sturgon.2b 2 13 3 3 10 0 Hack, 3b 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 Passeau. p 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 Chipman.p 0 0 0 0 iF.orowy.p 0 0 0 2 I Uohnson 0 0 0 0 I Meers. p 0 0 0 0 JRickert 10 0 0 Krickfon.p 0 0 0 1 Wyse.p 0 0 0 I 3Dalesndro 0 0 0 0 42 18 27 11' Totals 38 M 27 12 niatner.3b Rigney ,2b Thomsn,cf Mize, lb Marshal, rf Cooper.c Ciordon.lf . I Kerr.ss Koslo.o Trinkle. p Jansen.p Totals i 1 Batted for Borowy in fifth, i 2Ratterl for Meers in sixth. .'iRatted for Wyse In ninth. Score by innings: New York , 001 700 040 12 i Chicago 000 032 001 summary: nuns maimer 2. Rlgr.ey 2 Thomson 2. Mize. Marshall, Cooper 2 1 Batted for Brazle in third. 2Batted for Grodzicki in sixth. 3Batted for Hearn in eighth. Boston 050 220 10010 St. l,ouls pip poo 1013 Summary: Runs Holmes 2, Hopp, M. McCormick 2, Elliott, Masi, Ryan. Sain 2. Slaughter, Northey, Kurowskl. Runs batted in Culler, Sain, M. McCormick 2. Elliott 2. Kurowskl 3, Holmes 2, F. McCormick 2. Two-base hits Hopp, Ryan, M. McCormick, F. McCor-riiv,k 2', Slaughter. Masi, Medwick, Holmes. Three-base hit Kurowskl. Home runs Holmes, Kurowskl. Stolen bases Hopp, Masl. Double play Schoendiensf to Marion to Musial. Left on bases-Boston 10. St. Louis 4. Bases on balls Off Brecheen 2. Grodzicki 4. Struck out By Sain 3, Grodzicki 2. Hearn I. Hits Off Brecheen, 6 in li innings; Brazle, 4 in l'S: Grodzicki, 4 In 3; Hearn, 4 in 2: Wllks, 0 In 1. Wild pitch! Grodzicki. Losing pitcher Brecheen. Umpires Barllcft. Gore and Pinelli. Time! 2:00. Attendance 27.461. ' JUNIOR LEAGl'C STANDINGS Team Won Lost Pet. 7 UP : 7 1 .875 Morris Ruick 8 4 .00 Washington-Youree 6 4 .600 Queensboro Merchants . . 3 4 .353 Hamilton Terrace 4 S .444 Mynor Motor 4 6 4no Cedar Grove Merchants 1 9 .100 BCDDV LEAGUE STANDINGS (Thiouah Jillv 2Ki i earn Andress Thiers Continental American Bk. nun s sc to $1.00 Store KNIGHT Electric Company 215 Caddo St. Rewlndtn: ; Repairing ' All Trpes Elertrle j Motor an Generator Phone 2-0 J 4 ! Howard Crumley Won Lost Pet. 7 2 .717 i. tt 3 .727: 5 4 .;.,.-, 4 3 .571 0 12 .000 North Louisiana Semipros Sorlnghill 000 021 0306 8 2 Ringgold . . . 102 400 Olx 8 15 4 Batteries: Willis. Seegers (5), and R. I Mays; Boley, Martin (7) and Meachum. Haynesville 100 001 201 3 10 2 Mindcn 100 022 70x 12 7 6.1 Batteries: Simmons, Milner 7 and I Benefield; Castleberry, Minter 8) and! Baugh. It' a a little-known fact In southern sports circles that Jesse Fatheree, LSU's backfleld mentor, chalked up a passing average of 1.000 while an undergraduate at the Ole War Skule. During hla three varsity seasons. Jesse cocked his arm twice and completed both tosses, one for a touchdown. DRINK PAR -T-PAK ft i .iiial Now In The New 6 0Z. BOTTLE NEHI BOTTLING CO. Bledsoe Nash Motor Co. 1101-7 TEXAS AE. PHONE 3-4194 The Home Of The NASH AMBASSADOR AND 600 r Body ond Point Shop Complete Body Trim Seat Covering Front End and Axle Alignment Motor, Mechanical Work All work lone according tn your direct Ion I V SPECIAL OFFERING! I , , II 1 "mt' layaA sm i 65 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRIT) One Miindard and one DeLuxe Model, 125 II. P., all metal. .lole-!sivifts. l.(inppecl with two-way radio, retractable landing Rear, controiluhle propeller. Cruising speed 145 .MPII. These planes hate neter been flown since delivery from the factory. Price: Standard $3,600.00, DeLuxe II.U00.IHI. LUCIEt; FIELD P.O. BOX 1905, SHREVEPORT. LA. GUARANTEED BRAKE SERVICE Drake rellne job en Ford, ChcTol4?t, Plynonth Cars (Ilydraalie System) We Ve Firestone Supreme Brmke Lining ': : ';:' - - f, 4;) r ) i :M3iO0 L Sexton's Firestone . Servicenter, Inc. Fairfield at ?0th Cellar Grove rhone 7-41041 Firestone Stores Marshall at Crockett Phone 3181 Firestone Home and Auto v Supplies 801 Rarktdale Blvd. Bossier City Phone 3-?81 i M iMrfO KK .a mm

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