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Blytheville, Arkansas
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1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVH Mel Hay Accepts Invitation To Play in All-Star Grid Tilt For the fourth consecutive year, Blytheville will has r e a representative in the East- We*t all-star high nchool football classic sponsored annually by th« Wigwam \Visemen of America of Oklahoma City. Mel Hay, Blytheville Hif I)» School's prep All-Amerlran halt- back, announced yesterday that he h»i secerned an Invitation to play . In the fourth annual game which . will be played In Memphis' Crump Stadium Aug. 20. ( ; Hay told the Courier News that | . he received an invitation to piny j . In the game last week and atlei Big Names Gone From PGA Field Only Few Familiar Facet Remain as Ploy Near* Final* By HUGH FI'I.I.KRTON JR Louisville. Ky. '.«—There were a Duro-Chrome Trounces Courier News 16-8 in CSL . .. in u IK game iaso ween ana aner j Ouru-Chrome's cellar-chvell ing Leather Pullers rose up in a fury ^T.mnch thought decided to accept, j yesterday to slap the second place Courier News Dirty Sox 16-8 in a IUUDOCK it-x niu ne ' Softbalt said that he did not plan to re-1 with Tommy Dorris pitching* .—— »ume clauses there next year. In- (onr-hii ball the Leather Pullers' stead, he Is shopping around for i rallied for 10 runs in the second , T \Af a pro baseball contract, he said. inning after scoring three in the; I Pi fix VVfllllPn Hay, a 200-poundcr, is best noted opening frame to ice up the vie-j I VAUJ If Vlllvll for his passing. He guided the . Chicks through an undefeated season in 1950 and through eight victories and only one lass last season. Mel was picked on one ot the j all-American teams chosen by the i bases on bulls also helped the big i Wigwam Wisemeii of An\erica la.stlhining along. opening frame to ice up (he lory. The big inning saw the Leather,' Puller pound Freddie rtounsaville,! Dirty Scix hurler, for nine hits. An infield error, a hit bacetnan and a . fall. Tlie Wigwam Wisemen of - America is a benevolent sports organization. In 1951, Mel received an invitation to play In the all-star game but had to turn It, down because he was only a Junior and still had a year's eligibility left. Only sen- Dorr is al:>G \vas wild but he could afford to be. He walked 13 batters but the Dirty Sox were unable to lake advantage of his miscues to any great extent. Dorrls walked three bailers in the fourth nnd five in the fifth but- the Courier only scored three in those two innings. In Golf Finals Betsy Rawls Meets Betty Jameson for Western Open Title CHICAGO frj>, Elizabeth Earle Hauls, the Phi Beta Kappa golfing gal known as Betsy, today tries for her first Women's Western Open crown in an all-Texas pro show- tons are allowed to participate in the xame I " """ " "~" I u< j«" "m* uci met Dennle ' Gentry, an all-state end!?' °, ra5 " ^ a \'f the .' ) , f8 ?" ck ,'" "?' i in8 Br>ttJ ' Ja '"«on. down with her meet jinx, leuoimd- • ------ " ~ . *> — r VY a 3II1I few familiar names still In the 51. Louis PGA battle today us 16 sui vivors ' Philadelphia ot Friday's slaughter o! favorites Detroit settled down to the derisive 36- hole matches in the pros' private golfing party. There wee Gary Mtddlecoff, a new member of the lodge: Vic Brooklyn Ghezzi anrt Bob Hamilton.' both New York former PGA champions; and such: Cnlca B° well known Journeymen golfers as! si - '-ou's Jim Turnesa, Roberto de Vir-enzo, i Cincinnati Fred Haas Jr. and Chick Jiarbert. I Philadelphia But. us you looked over the restj Boston of the list, one by one. .the biifj Pittsburgh question arose: Who the heck is he? One afler another, the golfers who have been drawing the head- : New Orleans lines dtn-iiiR the preliminary singes ' .Mobile vanished from Ihe scene yesterday! Chattanooga when ihe match play started with Nashville Friday's two 18-hole rounds. j Atlanta Culling the roll. Rnm the ! Birmingham defending champion shoaling for his fourth PGA title. Lawson Liltle, Dutch Harrison, two- time PGA winner Denn.s L'ioOnSVS Claude Harmon and PCiA President Horloil Smitli nil \vern down. f.ew Worsham. who beat Sllfja in Ihe famous plavoff or Ihc 194 AMKKK'AX LKAGl'K W L IVt. Gl) j New York 33 21 .611 i Boston 33 ->6 .511 Ji 2 Chicago 33 21 .KS> 3 Cleveland 33 28 .541 3', Washington 2826 .519 5 27 32 .458 S'z 24 2» AM S'.j 18 40 .310 17 Power, not Speed Is Keeping Chisox In Thick of American League Race Kf KAI.PII ROIIKN' A^fttlated Pre&s Sports \VriU'r Tlie Chicago White Sox of 10 r > 2 do' 1 '* Ktt around (lie bases as fast as the 1951 go-g« model, but Manager Paul Richard/ current crew makes up for its lesser speed with mart punch. NATIONAL, LEAOUK W L Pet. GB 41 15 36 20 34 25 1 31 28 31 24 33 24 3< n 46 .732 .613 5 .578 »1 2 .500 13 .475 H', 2 .421 17' 2 41-1 18 .270 2T,a SOUTH i:il\ ASSOCIATION Memphis W 42 42 36 34 32 31 29 27 I'd. .600 .575 .514 .507 j .418; Worslmm was one of the (list to UCTIIIIIC \jciji*v, mi aji-niait: eim • - " i •••=• "• *..• <•.,«..t™>n. So down in the second round which on the 1948 Cliick team. was the j Leath " Plllll ' rs '*'" h lwo »'« ln j Miss Rawls. who nearly has slrok- » ls ° saw the elimination of former' first Blylhevllle High School player !hrcc ''""" at bal ; " ld he scored; e d to her first S10.000 this year as I PGA Champions Jtm Kerrler and to take part In the games. The! tllree rims ' Floyd olllson R ot three I a sophomore pro. is making her I Chandler Harper. Lloyd Mamrrum following year J. A. Lloyd, a tackle. I hiu "' ^ ree . official^ times at^batj fourth stab at the Western Open ex-open champion, Jack Burke. ~" J J ' ' title. Her best was a quarire-final vK.STi:ni»AY's itKsu/rs American l.ea^iih I Chicago 8 New York 5, 11 Innings } £™,° ~ ^ , <.ui, S W,sh 1 ,«,» n5 ., 8 , M ,n E s played and last yr.Ar Robert Rei jifullback of the Chicks' 1950 state Fjflhamuion team, took part. the Courier and he scored four Luigi, Getz Paired for Tag Match Count Ltllgl. the Italian bad boy. will get a chance to really show off his wrestling wares Monday night. He's teamed with tough Al Getz in the tag match feature of the American Legion's weekly wrestling card. Luigi and Getz are scheduled (o team against Walter Sirois and Jack Moody, a couple of grapplprs who can get just as tough as the next ones when the occasion arrives. Luigi, who made his debut here three weeks ago, has made quite a name for himself as a wrestling bad boy. He dirt a repeat performance here last week and won another this week. This will be Qetz's first, appearance here in several months. He is by many as one of the of the Dirty Sox eight runs. Thursday afternoon, the league leading Ark-Mo KUowaltern shut out Planters Hardware Juveniles 8-0 with J. Parrish pitching one-hit ball. Parrish had a no-hitter going until the last inning when he was nicked for a single. Ark-Mo's victory coupled with the Dirty Sox's -loss increased the Kil- owatters lead to two full games. surge in 1951. In two other shots. Betsy was City Softball Standings COMMERCIAL Dirty Sox Money Changers Planters Leather Pullers . LEAGUE W. L. Pet. .875 .825 .375 .333 .333 BAT WINDOW LEAGUE Team Liters . Pet. ^^(inrinereQ oy many as one of tne j Luers yVnighest grapplers ever to appear in j Chevrolets the Blytheville ring. i piowboys Two one-fall preliminary bouts j Mead's are also on the card. In the first, j Moose Sirois will take on Gerz with Moody P'isher meeting Luigi in the second. . knocked out early by the sister pro from the Lone Star State she encounters in today's 36-hole championship match at Skokie Country- Club. Miss Jameson. 1942 Western Open winner who has played Skokie cii nuiiici «j«vj nan [jiKj-ru o*UK!K Ho " ••• " v though she owned it, polished off I 36-36—72. Marty Furgol and Dave Douglas, Haas who hasn't been doing too well along the tournament trail lately, knocked out Worshnm on the 18th hole. HHiberl stamped himself as a red hot contender yesterday when he WHS 10 underpin- in his two matches. Par at the big sping course Is Miss Rawls. 5 and 4, in the second round of the 1950 meet. In 1949, Betty elbowed out Miss Rawls, 1 up, in Ihe first round. It's true Miss Rawles, 24-year-old Ai.stin. Tex., graduate of tile Uni- Two others who have finished second in the PGA are among the ''unknown" clubpros still in the field. Broad - shouldered Waller Burkemo of Detroit, who lost to Snead last year, won two matches .•xii&iii], icx.. gruniiaie 01 me uni- "j',*-<.vt u\jv jcm, \suii twu ni.tiLiieb versity of Texas, has become «ome- [ b- v °°e hole margins, eliminating what a fairways killer since she I Douglas in the second round. Big, places within the Arctic sometimes have summer turned pro In 1951. Fresh from winning tiie Jrl.OOO Weathervane tourney, Medalist Rawls yesterday polished off three- time Western champion Louise Suggs, 2 and 1. after lagging by two holes going Into Ihe sixth. Her quarterfinal victim was another veteran pro, Peggy Kirk, However, Mtes Jameson, the seasoned campaigner from San Antonio. Tex., has her game rafcor-sharp after some polishing up at Mlnne- apolii by Les Bolstad, one-time tutor of Patty Berg, the dethroned Western Open ciiampion. Betry toyed with 19-year-old Barbara Romaclc. Sacramento, Calif., amateur yesterday over Skokle'8 rain-deluged acreage for a 4 and 3 victory. In the quarterfinals, Mi=« Jameson iiad ended Miss Berg's quest for a record fifth open crown with 1 placid Henry Williams Jr. ot Kuti- town, Pa., was runner-up to Harper in 1950. The "most unknown" prize probably goes to Ray Honsberger of Clarkston, Wash., a big 43-year- old man with graying hair who beat Terrier in the second round. He never played In a PGA championship before and was well down the list of alternates in his district this year. But he made th« trip when others from th« Northwest didn't. The highest mean annual tern- - „ .,„ „ . peratures In the world are found temperatures of 80 degrees Paren- I 5 and 3 victory. Bettv's fir«t two (n rvntrai AfH,. „--, ,- ^ J ,. , ' conijiiesta were 7 »nd 6 walkaways. In Central Africa and In India. heib or over. All But One Favorite Survive First Round Play in State Amateur Meet NORTH LITTLE ROCK. Ark. '.41 — The Arkansas Amateur Golf Tournament was down to the quarterfinal round this morning with all but one of the favorites still In Ihe running. Ami one of the battles for a semi-final benh looked like feaied Buck Pope, Ft. Smith, 3 | Tenney defeated Denson, 1 up. Smart defeated Everhart, 2 and 1. Love defeated Michaels, 4 find 3. and 2. Sam McKinney. Ft. Smith, ctefea eel John Lanier, Forrest City. 1 up. Barney Osment, Jonesboro. defeated Merle Jones, Little Rock, 1 -- -- -~ „ a title: Mftrlin Tennny, Liltle Rock, de- .ten, pilling Ross CoMlngs, the-feated Dr. Fred Gordy, Conway, nljCellO JefthanH^r tt-Mn ir trtr- 'I anfi 1 Monlicello lefthander who is trying for his third successive championship against former chntupion Vincent Allison of ?'t. Smilh. .„ Other quarterfinal pairinss were: |"*-'Gady Holloway. Liltle Rock, vs Sam McKinney, Ft. Smith. Paul Cullom. El Dorado, vs Martin Tenney, Little Rock. Dubba Smart, Pine Bliiff. vs Davis Love Jr., Fl Dorado. Tlie missing ''name" shot-maker is Gene Keeiu-y. the pride of Tox- arkana. Hollow.nv handed him a u-cmr-ndous 6 and 4 upset trounc- in2 in the second round yesterday aficrncion and immediately nsMim- |l t ed the meet's darkho: se role. Tenney Scare Tenney, ihe tourney medalist, had ihe closest call of the leading contenders who survived. 2 and I. Paul Denson, Little Rock, defeated Bill Bell, Pine Bluff, 2 and 1. Paul Colhun. El Dorado, defeated Bill Irvin, Forrest City, 5 and 4. Nolan Dodrl, Little Rock, defeated Level Huffe, Little Rock, 1 up. Fed Michaels, Lake Village, de- Mother Is Plastici Designer in Cleveland CLEVELAND (fT>—Mrs. John T. Leach's Interest In sewing has resulted In her combining a family with a career as director of design and research for a plastic products company in Akron. O. She got Into the work after friends urged her to present a clothespin apron design to a manufacturer. She was hired and now designs such item? a.s aprons, rnin- foated Skip Davis. Little Rock, 3 •' inc] *' jcoaKi. curtains and cosmetic cape- Bubba Smalt. Pine Bluff, defeat- stoles. •<l P.ay Barnes. F.iyetteviile. 1 up. R. L. Everhart. Little Rock, de Major League Leaders By The AmocUlei) Pr<iiw NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING — MllMal. St. Louis, .333: Lock man. New York and Robinson, Brooklyn, .326. RUNS — Lockman. New York. 48; Robinson, Brooklyn, 4S; Reese, Brooklyn, 4«. RUNS BATTED IN — Sauer. Chicago. 60;-Thomson. New York. 54: Campanella, Brooklyn, 47. HITS — Musial. St.'Louis. 74; Adams, Cincinnati and Lockman, New York. 73. DOUBLES — Williams. New York. 16: Mlk.ils. Chicago, 15; Schoendlenst. Musial anrt D. Rice, St. Louis, 14. TRIPLES—Thomson. New York, 8: Jethroe, Boston and Ennls, Philadelphia. 5. HOME RUNS _ Sauer, Chicago. 19: Hodges. Brooklyn. Thomson and Westrum. New York and K!:i- er, Pittsburgh, 12. PITCHING — Roe. Brooklyn. 6-0: Hearn. New York, 7-1; Erskine, Brooklyn, 6-1. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING — DiMaggio. Boston. , .337: Rosen. Cleveland and Kell, i Boston. .329. RUN'S — Avlla, Cleveland. 40; , DiMaggio. Boston, 39; R o s e n J Cleveland. 38. RUNS BATTED IN — Rosen, j. Cleveland. 41: Dropo. Detroit. 30: i I National League Brooklyn 5 Pilt.sburgh 4 Boston 12 SI. Louis 7 New York 4 Chicago 3, 10 innings Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 1 Southern Assnciutiou Little Hock 4 Birmingham 3 Memphis 5-9 Atlanta 0-1 Mobile 4 Chattanooga 0 Nashville 13 New Orleans TODAY'S GAMES National I/jaRU« St. Louis at Boston Pittsburgh at Brooklyn Chicago at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia .Swiftness afoot was the chief stock in trade of the 1951 team that skyrocketed to the top and held sway until it ran out of gas in. July. | Richards swapped £ome of his swifties for more power during the off season. The Sox got off to a poor start but they caught fire recently and are right in Ihe thick I ot ihe pe:it].int race lodsy. j The socking Sox staged a stirring rally night to bent the pacesetting New York Yankees, 8-5. atid| pull tn within three games of the defending world champions. j Chicago rallied for four runs in the ninth inning to tie Ihe score at 5-5 and then won out in the llth when Sam Mele crashed a three-! run homer off Bobby HoHiie. Mele was DUO of the shivers imiioi ted by R:<'!l:u<!s. Tlie Sox skipper [;:Wi' up speed boy Jim Husby to \V;tsli mglon to obtain slut!iMu£ Sam. Tied In Ninth Tile Yiuiks appeared a cinch toj score iht'ir eighth victory witlioul! a loss over Chicago as big Vic( Rafichi entered the ninth with a six hilter, Bui the Sox scored a run nd loaded the bases with one out ft chase Kaschi. Joe O.strowski \ uok over and Nelson Fox greeted ilm with a single to make it 5-3 Ln j avor of New York. Ilovue re- levcd Ostrowski untl Miir,- Ml- noso promptly snjplcd to tie the Robinson ended Ihe rally! The Browns snd Senators aim griiKT into « double play. I were Involved In the prevlou* opened the llth with n dnu-i longest game, a 17-iunin? affair In ble. Mln OBO was deliberately wa iyed hut Ulo move backfired as Meltf followed with a home run into lne Jc'l Held stands. The triumph was Chicago's llth in thclv last 14 s(ar( s - •r|jL' victory moved Chicago to withal a h:ilf Ki'me- of ihe scrojid lac.£ Hoston Hetl SLIX v.Iio were trouf lced ' 9 ' 2 ' tnc fourth place Indians. The Imlhms Washington on June 3 which th* Browns won, 3-2, on a singtt by Paifjc. Meanwhile, In the National League, the Brooklyn Dodger* ciutiR to tlieir five (tame lead over the New York Giants. The Dodgem I'dncd ihp Pittsburgh Pirates. 5-4, '-n pinch-hitter George shuba'i two-run, two-out homer in the ninth while Ihe Giants shaded th* al¥ a half K'imc btliiml Chicago j slumping Chicago Cubs. 4-3, In 19 a ,, d y\ 2 liin'k of Ihe Yanks. i innings under the lights. Bc ,l) Lemon, supported by a 14- I'ollct lleaten hit l>arragc. breezed to his sixth The Pirates, seek nig their first lowt'rt l| i° nci ' Kr "< "w hits. victory In nine stnns over ih» 0()i Larry Doby nnd ,lmi Ki iilley I noilcors, slaked Howie Pnllei to paci'd Cleveland's attack against a 4-1 lead but ihe southpaw blew Mo | ramell and two relief pitchers up in the eighth and yielded two will! ''"me runs. runs. Ted Wilks relieved and was A's -Sl.iji Detroit | lushed for Khuba's winnim; clout. [,, other American L e » v. 11 e ; The blow was Ihe first of tile sea- K ,i tlt cs. the I'hiladclnhia Athlelics j son for the reserve oulfielder. slopl"'' 1 llle I>H'oif I'iKers. 3-1, and! Ralph Killer clouted Ins 12lh hom- l], e Wa.sIiiiiKl'Mi Kciuilors and Ht.ler for the Pirates in the fifth. Lou's. Browns battled to a 5-5, IH-i Whiley Liu'kntan doubled horn* dmljig tie under the lights at St. relief pitcher Max Lanier with on* Ludwick Notches No. Bears Top 'Nooga 12 Southern Association Birmingham at Llttla Rock. Atlanta at Memphis New Orleans at Nashvill* tonly games scheduled) American K*a?ue Washington at St. Lmiii New York at Chicago Boston at Cleveland Philadelphia at Detroit Charley Hicks Breaks Leg in Softball Game Charley Hlckl of Blytheville Route Two, was scheduled to be dismissed from Blytheville Hospital today where he has been receiving treatment for a broken leg. Hicks fractured his left leg at the knee while playing softball In th« Bay Window Softball League Wednesday afternoon. He to a member of the Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Company team. Hicks suffered the fracture when he stepped In a hole and fell while crossing the plate to score a run during a Sullivan-Nelson rally. Emery Francis, league president, said this morning that a special fund fr. being planned to help defray Hicks' medical expenses. He said every team and player In the league wilt be asked to contribute whatever they can to the fund RETURN I fenied Tom Raney, Little Rock, ll children when she commutes to up. Davis Love Jr.. Et Dorado defeated Gene Balding, Little Rock •) and .1. Mr = . Leach teavp,<; a temporary I Mele. Chicago and Doby, Cleve-! I housekeeper in charge of her two [land. 37. i HITS - Fox, Chicago and Simp-j I son. Cleveland, 75: Robinson. Chi- | cago. 72. DOUBLES — Priddy, Detroit, 16: Robinson, Chicago and Vernon Washington, 15. i TRIPLES — Simpson, Cleveland i Airplane Ads Sought CARTON and Young. St. Louis, 5; Mlnoso. and Carrasquel. Chicago. Mullin.j BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA v- ™. Aflcr! rtilHiis rlrfxaieH'n..-1/.v t -. , SINGAPORE '.-T,—The director of trails much of the wav. he bad ! ^on defeated Cameron ","" H " vil aviation " """""Inn the ap- to win the 17[h hole and halve the | j ' "•'""• •' an<1 1 plication of a Singapore advertis- . »..».„„.,. i,,,,L,m.| 18th to beat Paul Denson of Little! Hollowav rfpf»^i» i ir « i inc asfO' "i* 1 wanls to carry out I Detroit, and Rivera and Delsing.i Rock. 1 up. in the second round [4 ' defeille<l K «ney r 6 and aprial advertising at night. St. Louis. 4. | Collins started calchine the i ' McKi-mev rieieafpri n.=,v , -. .,' Thc a *enry plans sending up a! HOME RUNS — Werl7, Detroit i loiighies -arty. After disp 0 sm-,of I 2 Osment, 3 and j p ]»ne between S and 7 o'clock each '• and Berra. New York, 13: Rosen, I vounK Bob Milholiand of Little 1 ° mnnot- <f<.'r.».rf n evening. Hie plane will tow an II-I Cleveland and Dropo. Detroit. 12 Rock tandHy in the first round! col" , Seta ed DodT'3 Pri , i 1 " 1 " ln « 1 " 1 . "*" """"* «">«« '""" PITCHING - Shant*. Philadel- yesterday morning, he tackled: '• ol """ "<"e*ted P°dd. 3 and 2. the s generator. Iphia, 12-1; Sain. New York, 7-2; bulky Johnny Buzick of Jone.sboio.i ^ the 1947 state champ. The lean! southpaw ruler was up to "ie challenge and won. J an d I. The survivors of today's two rounds will tancle for the crown ' ox-rr a 36-hoJe route tomorrow. I \ Yesterday's results: \ First round: ! Ross Collins. Monticello, defeat- i ed Bob Milholiand, Little Rock 3 ! 1 and 2. | ;' Johnny Buzirjk, .loueslioro. de-' jfe,\tO(! Henry Ti.srtale, Little Rock i •15 ,-inil 4. j ,• Vinrciil Alli.snn, Ft. Smith, rie- i !: rod Willie McCrotty. Little Rock I '..1 anrt 2. ' | j Don Cameron, I.illle Rock, rte-' 'featcd David Menkus, Liltle Rock •1 up. Gene Keeney. Texarkana, de- jfoalnd Bush Satterfield. Conway 4 .Und 3. j |) Grady Holloway, Lltlle Rock, de-( Adults 50c—Children 15c WRESTLING Monday, June 23 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Count Luigi & Al Getz vs. Walter Sirois & Jack Moody Also 2 1-FuH Matche. (J)0 Min. Time Limit) Sirois vs. Al Getz Count Luigi vs. Moody Budweiser, i A a i r aKk, (N:, U lt,. Robertson Distributing Co. O ]d Sulcliel PalRO sUriTd In the out iti the JOth ttj bent ihe Cvibs. loss was Chicago's sixth at St. Louis, longest I straight. Ilig Paul Minner went all gan) e °^ " le st 'ason so far. PniKe Ihe v,-ay for Chicago, toofc ovor ' n " le eiiihth and pilched The Boston Braves swamped th« rj ve Jiit scoreless hall for 10 in-jSL Louis Cardinals. 12-7. and th« nlll rfS. He went out for a pinch- Philadelphia Phillies downed th» l,j (t( !r in the 17th and Uitve Madl- Cincinnati Reds. 3-1, in other Na- By The Associated Press Bob Ludwick still ]ins a IOIIR way o go but he's riffht on the track becoming- n Southern As.socta- lon pitching great like Low Cnr- te, Al M Liner, Roman Bruns- vlck. Harry Kclley sncl Qlenn eibhardt, Luciwick threw for his ninth con- For nearly half a acHSon Mcm- hls lin.«! taken Its lickings and been tmn t>le to do iViuch nbout them. Las' ni i:ht Luke Applin^'A team [ lir ,jed on Atlanta and whippet! the £ ra £kers twice — S-0 nnd 9-1. Mem- llft{i poocl PllchmK. Kood lietd- phi/ * and strong fvnd timely hitting. ilc Biscan gave six hits In the ner, and Pete Hcrmitidez guve t In the late same. The Chicks e elgtit double plnys. rmlnghnm opened ngainKt Lit- tle Rock strotigly but subsided ***- cr the third inning. Walt Roger* homered in the first. Then, Jerry Burke settled down to win hl« *4»» hitter. 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