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THUMBAY, JULY «, (AWC.) OOWITRR KBWg ft I I ••• i , .' ' ' - _., *AGE ELEVEN ^ Blytheville Juniors Lose to Piggott-Two More Olympic Records are Broken W ij i » • • i. t • / * * M~ *^ ^^ "^ ' ^•^ •»%rt 1 I . Menrmlm Leninn Nmo'c —— • — , W. Memphis Legion Nine's Foe in District Meet Today WALNUT RIDGE — Blytheville's American Legion junior team was scheduled to play West Memphis today in its spcond game of the double elimination District IK Legion tournament which opened here yesterday. The Blytheville juniors were fore-* — fd into the loser's bracket yesterday morning when they dropped R 5-2 decision to the Plggott Legion team in a first round game, Should the Blytheville entry lose to \Vesl Memphis today. It Voitld be eliminated from the tournament R»t if !', wins it will s(W have a chance at the district championship and a trip to the state tournament at Newport next month. The same a ppl ies to th p, W est M em - phis (earn which lost to Jones- bo ro yesterday. Poor base running cost Blytheville yesterday's Rame. The juniors bad plenty of chances to at least rmke a nlorcr game out of it buti lackadaisical hase running snuffed | out the chances. , Mobile Quif Losing Ways Chattanooga Bumps Birmingham 7 to 5; Bears Boot Chicks AM1CK1CAN LKAfiUK Now York Boslon Washinston Clove in mi ChKMRO Philadelphia St. IjDUiX Doll Oil W L ' M 35 51 38 50 -ffl 50 42 48 45 41 42 3ft 58 20 CO Pet. GB .CIS .., ,57J 4 .557 5'i .513 (i'j .516 9 .494 H .371! 22 .328 20 ly Till' .Usoi'iulcil t'ress Kear last night. And. Mobile (in;'l Jol out of low-. , The Lookouts whipped Birm:n Eddie Stemac save Pi»gotl b'iti' lc ""- 7 " 5 . '" ctKi « 4-r^.mc losu seven hits hut they were, enough j ^'i"" and pick U]i rt f:r.nie il fo outdo Jil.rtheville's during base running. Three of the seven hits came In the ninth inning when Pngott pushed home two runs. That NATIONAL l.KAOI.'B Brooklyn New Yolk St. l.ouis Chk-ayo Philadelphia Brjslou Cmrmnali Pittsburgh W I, (W 23 54 31 51 40 4G 43 4fi 4ft 3S 51 37 54 Pet, OB .123 .. .035 7 .5fiO 13 .517 17 .505 18 .4m '.'5 .401 27 SOliTHER.V ASSOCIATION race to piece of the South Mobile enrlrd ; t victories in phis 7-2. the nfa iji fir:;t A-'-n-in'^oi) j -uerkii spell' -•au:i^ .Meui- Beforo (heir tailsp:,, : both Mobile | and Chattanooga hold first m the '. Southern — Chnttanooija as recently as Sunday and Mobile in June. Bob Ludivick. top pitcher in the Southern, won his 13lh for Mobile was the only Inning In which Pig- go*! got more than one hit. Tile Blytheville .limiovs had a ral- Ihat possibly would have lied the score but poor base running took them rlt»ht out of the innine. With one out. centerfiel^er Joe Bvnum doubled but was cut down trying to take third for the second out. Oar^ IPS Garner then followed wilh n triple but Bob Chlldress struck oul, lo end ihe p.-ime. Garner and Bvnum tied for hit- lir>z honors for the Blvt'ieville tc-sm with each getting three hits in fi«--e times at bat. Harmon got two hits to lead Pifgott. Either Jan Rayder or .Terry Dyer - Is schpduled to fa against, \v es t Memphis in today's E?me as Coach! i,,s,",i n ;r., ',„. ""« " Jimmy Fisher probablv will • .shoot! J V S ! J , dmu ? frO: " &J "' C tho works In an effort to stay in the running. Bud "cason Post. 24 of the American Legion Is sponsoring the Blythe- , vllle learn tn the tournamcni Blyfhdville Mosley rf Bynum cf Garner c Childress Ib Wiisenhunt 3b Hill 55 Hays If West 2b Stemac p Totals Stanley 2b Nettles .«s Magee Ib \ Harmon c * Gcrdes If Roeder cf Parton 3b Stewart rf Morgan p Totalu L ' t!! e Hock W 57 iti ft.j 51 4S 47 47 44 Pet .510 .S5-1 i ..545 ,495 .471 .4S5 .450 .444 VKSTEKUAY'S liKSUI.TS American League Boston 10 Chu:n!-'o 4 Cleveland 7 New York 3 Philadeiphia 3 St. Louis 2 Washington 5 Detroit 2. 16 innings against two losses. He nulpltched Prank Eiscnii. rpgarried by s-oinc fans as Southern's best in 1951. Front runtime Atlanta had a weakness in its usually sironx pitching dcparlniont ns Nashvillo ! XriU'onal League took the leaders 7-3. Nashville. 1 j Cincinnati 6 Brooklyn 4 pounded Cracker pitching lor 12 Chicago fi Boston 2 hits. ; Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 1 Top pitching crame fiom Bill i Only games scheduled Houtz who ha.? just joim-cl I.utic Rock. Houtz pitched a S-hittrr in n'hlppfnf! New Orleans li-2. Houlz. v-.aSk.cd Pirates Only 1 8 Games Away From Clinching Cellar Finish By JACK HAND The magic number now I; 18 in Pittsburgh's ,v,ld d r u ^^ 'toward the maior league booby prize As lhe h ^ ny corn AB 4 5 5 4 4 3 4 ' 3 3 35 AB 5 4 4 4 5 4 5 4 ^ R 1 1 0 0 D fl 0 n 3 2 K 0 2 0 1 1 ) n 0 0 H 1 3 3 0 n i 0 n 0 R H 0 1 , 1 2 1 1 0 1 o :|C/7ev/es Beat 1 Y Team 15-14 fn BWL Action Sullivan-Nelson's Chevrolet?: beat off n seventh-inning mlly yesterday <o edsre by the V team 15-M in a BayxWindow softball League <;ame at Little Park. Trailing 15-7 noine into the last half of the seventh the Y team scored seven runs on only four hits to pull within one run of tying the score. Four errors ai:d two walks helped the rally alone. Eight runs in the first (niiins eot the Chevies off to a ?,onA start. They scored the eight run« oiv three hits, an error, three bases on balls and two hit batsmen. George Clark was the wintiing - pitcher, giving up 10 hits. Felkcr ^ I was the loser allowing 13 hits. Southern Association Cliattatioo;;n 7 Birnrn^ham 5 Little R'ick 6. New Orleans 3 .Mobile 7 Memphis 2 Nashville 7 Atlanta 3 TODAY'S CA.MES National League St. L^im al New York 12) Chicago nt Boston Pittsbiirch at Pitiladelphia Cincinnati at Brooklyn (2) Everybody Wanted Keller But He Wanted the Cards Hy .TOHN HOLMS NEA Special Correspondent HOUSTON. Tex. (NBA)-.M, H Ihe Yankees, who didn't real birthdate, offered him a contract. N T e-.v York at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis, \Vi\sliiniton at Detroit Southern Association Chattanooga at Birmingham New Orleans al Little Rock Mobile at Memphis Atlanta at Nashville night If Ihe slatistical department delves deep enough into the musty box scores of yesteryear, the-y may find a new record is in Ihe offing. AH avnilable dope books show only the earliest flag clinching, not^lhe earliest elimination. After last night's loss to Philadelphia. 4-1, PUisburgh rested 41 etas; 1 ™ i;' r i "nrfw a " chim ; U! '' r homcr tiort ihe scorc ( ° r n « r ->" Chasms Hiii Brown in me thlfc- in the ninth run firstihc Rea Sox wero bianketi j Spec shea pitched brilliant ball the ,?h,,h "' "" ' l "" TtC ' Ilnti1 ' for " """I*' «"l" he tired and ,,,,'";„„ r ,, . , . , eave way to Sandy. Consueera. VN.ishmton remameil in a cb.nl- tbe eventiia-. ivimier lenains imsuinn. only six games back, by bt-stiiip Dptroii in 16 innings. 5-2, Slncles by Pete Runnels Hammer, Walking Marks Fall in Fifth Day's Action HELSINKI (AP)—Two more Olympic roconis were broken today, mnkm K it 14 in all in five ,l:,vs of track inrt fiolrl competition. ' uck and <r Niners fo Play In State Meet NEA Chomps Slated To Meet Sfutfgart Tomorrow Niglit The Number Nine Minns, nortli- east. Arkansas Fcml-jirn rhainnions • ••• • ilirrtuicd to play Stuttgart In I qlli ' m >' r " r !hl ' ""»' Hnlshln i lavt !u his hc.it. their first round name of Ihe sini<- senn-iiro Iniirnamnnt at Booncvillc ifltnonow iiluht. The week ]ai\g toiiriiamrni nets sliirti'd loiiigbl uilli Rouih f'nrt Smith playing Guy and Paris im-et- Ing Star City. Hooneviile is Ihp (Icfniitlin-r clinm- Iiion ami i.s favored to repeal, ngniti Hits year. Boonevllle will not see ac- Ifnn until tomorrow nlghl when il meets Des Arc. The tournament Is slnele elemln- ation through the first round but. from that, point on It. will dike two dcfcnu to knook n team out of contention. EiKht learns are entered in t h e tournament with six o( them district champions. Dos Arc and Paris are Invited teams. Not only will Hip teams be aim- Ing for the slate championship Ihey will be alK.r a spot In the regional Nntlonal |]».si.>l),il) COIIBWW toiir- nnmcnt which will be played at Wichita, Knns.. next month'. The Miners won the Northeast Arkansas tournament at Osceola In ! the state tournament. Hut for Ameri-an a'liletes Iriera was a comparatively rjujet Inierluilr: after yesterday's five-ring elr- CIK nf i-i'rorri-'.vrefkirn;. All three Anirrirnn 'whales" f]i!n!!firrl for the final of thp hatn- im-r throw nfp,-r .jrrsnf O.ermak of M..ii!.!iiy hroS;.' !hr Olympic record 'in his first ti.-s. IV.lt }!i'i!vy I.a^V;ao nf \Yv.- Y,, r ^ America's best lirtl-aml-toe performer, was ilisniinliiiccl | n the trial Imit nf the ]C,C(!0-jiie(er walk In whleh Urimo Jan'?. n t Rnssin set a. ti«".v Ol.vn-.pin mark, and s. Price Jr.. lierkolcy. Calif., failed to fur (hit final finishing dead he.it Cwmnk whirled the 16-pound lirtmmor ,,„( 57.30 meter 1ST feet 802 inches to shatter the olympla iwnrrt of IBS feet, .to; j,, r hes es- (iihlishod in 1MB by Karl Hcin of Germany, .Iunk won Ins lira! l n j) le lOOflO- mrtrr wslk In 45 minutes. 5Ji seconds. The former mart of -I5;l3f.5 was set by John Mlkaelsson of S«-rdcn. o/ho finished second to Jimk ami .surpassed his old record. Fell nn llcsl Fur U.S. In the hammer throw, Sam Pelton of Npw York, one-time Harvard alhk-te, led the Alwrlcnru with a games behind Brooklyn with 59 to! and Mickey v'ernoh drove in three play. And this is only July 24. | runs in the liilh aflcr Cliff Mnpcs' i straight defeat "i' 2 Rookie Sieve. Ridztik and ace { — Robin Roberta of the Phils teamed j on thp Hivates with a five-hiuer Gee, Buz'tck Bob Hooper licld St. Louis to"four | /** | . . hits as the Philadelphia A's hand- i f f\\C\nin\ ed the Browns -their seventh I ^ Uf WfllUI Starter Alex Kellncr and winner I Citv Softball ,' Standings CO.tlJlKRCtAL LKAGITE Kiiowatters Dirty Sox .. . Mom-y Changers Planters Leather F'ullers . HAY WINDOW Lifers Cheprnle'is ( Mead's . Plowboys know his [ Moose :YMCA '. W. 11 .3 10 12 .8 .5 .4 op o wliile Del Ennis blasted run homer that doomed Bub Friend to his 15th defeat. Brooklyn lost to a lefthanded starler for Ihe first time all seasmi. lettlni? Harrj' rcrkow.ski of Cincinnati ga nine innings with a 10- hitler, 6-4. Homers by Joe Adcock. Andy Seminick and Bob Borkowski off Curl Erskine carried more weicht than Billy Cox's two-run double and Ciil Hodges' 19th homer with one on. Because New York slid St. Louis were idle, the Dodgers lost only a half game of their National Pet. League lead, now measuring seven .7861 games. .61SJ Bob Rush, making his eighth try .500 i for win No. to since Juno IS. finai- .333,. ly succeeded in Boston, where the .231 i Chicago Cubs ripped into Max Sur• kont nnd three others for 13 hits 1 and a (i-2 victory. .9231 Just when the ,N'ew York Yan- .6fi7i kees were ready to land a knockout AAore Players Move Up In City Tennis Tourney Y's Six more tennis players moved up a notch in the niythertllc my tennis to<trnamcat yesterday with one advancing to the final rourm. Kenneth Stanley became Hie first Fairfield downing Jimmy Ci.lbort- i player to maKe the finals wlion ne sou 1-G, 0-3, 8-6 I miri l .«"r,- n , 7 ' Clln " ,°" 4 ' 6 " L "' "' S "" rt 8 r " ss «»1 Stanfield are slal- midgct division jcmi-lmal match. ; ed to ci.ish in the 'i Inch, and Boll Backus of New York, Ifil fe,.[, n.73 Inch™. They '.vej'e required only to tlirow 160 feel, fl.17 inches fo qualify [or tha final this afternoon. L::sl:;m. a refugee Irom Nazi Ger- I ninny and now ft Ne«- York husl- nessinnn. was disconsolate after bis lilsqiMlifjr.ilion for falling to keep one foot In contact, with the Rround. But Coach Brutus Hamilton satrt he would not protest. America's best, prospect of win- nine n gold medal today appeared to be !r! the !!0-i»ctcr hurdles. In which Harrison Dillard of Cleveland equaled (he Olympic record yesterday. The idea of collecting medals wns [Irmly implanted In the minds of the Americans; by their siarllini: OUR-(M-I> performance in the Javelin throw ve-tcrdny. Itnssia Still I.»ads "tt> don't itifan co be rude." said Brutus Hamilton, the head U. S. srin. "But the idea medal we can lay Blytheville's E. B. Gee. Jr.. shot. » 16 yesterday lo qualify for .t h e Invitation?! golf tournament at Memphis' Colonial Country Club Gee was one of Ihe six Arknn-, --- ----far: goiters to qualify for the lour-1 coach, with ., nament, in yesterday's tuinllfylm; I of lakinrt ever _ „ J rotmcfs - j our hands on Is v.vccpina the camp The others were Ross Collins. Everybody wants to get Into tho Monticello. 68; Monte Lopata anfl i act. '. ^ osment, Joncshoro. ontl ".Some of our fellows nre lust be- .Johnny Bu?,ick, Monette. (al^o a ci member of t}]e BlytbeviUe Countrt- "( Clubi. 74: and John Lanier J Forrest City. 7,0. Two Georgians, British nmalei.. Hnrt-le Waid of Atlanta and Play in Ine junior and men's rii- ; Fairficld '.vill meet Ihe. winner of' C" lC orge Swift of Columbus led yes-I visions got off to (jOr,d starts yesterday with four frn.t - round matches reeled off. In the men's division. Bob Bloti- ?ett- and Ed?el Hnrhur moved into 'he Quarter finals with victories. Blodgelt. defeated Harold Davis In straight, sets 6-1 6-1 nnd Harber blanked Graham Sudbliry Jr.. in straight sets 6-love 6-lovc ' ' the Ralph WnhNFreddic Gore first round nifiLch. The (oumaineni I.i being played on the Walker Pork courts. At 16 the Red Sox were casting he did mrntion that Detroit offered longing glancw. him jgj 000 . Three seasons later. Jonesboro'sl A B-student at Jo juvenile jolter, 19 r y e ar-o!d Char- Charley's no dummy ley Keller—no relation to the for- R „ ..„,. •' ., mer Yankee King Rons?- -was worth ,.. lth Rlrtln<f a fat bonus to the Cardinals as a ... A bo "" s I™?-'" lle grinnrd "has fUst baseman. . the Pressure on him because he Seems like everyone wanted the sigllct) Ior - a ' Kinu - s lv «'iout ever young southpaw swinger with the High. Wew Ice-Making Process Developed in Texas .200 j Lemon's first triumph over Ihe Yanks Ibis year was a fine six- hitter to hand rookie Tom Gorman AUSTIN. Tex. Iff—A new corn- thrvt f ' oor <"l Corinon. drew a first round bye. Harher will play the winner of the Bill Palion-A. H. Siniih lir.st, round match in the quarter round. In the Junior division three matches were reeled otf ahead to stay. They nailnd it down « ------ ~-~ ••• — • •"' j^—^^.i<>s with a four-vim burst in the seventh t wtlh Hiram SnotlarasH winning nvrr j Frpddip Akfrs on default. Ocornr lien ial process that ice 3d times faster and much chcati showing what he coulrl do against than conventional methods has pro opposition. I know I'll '.ake a lot The Yankees cnll-i Texas scientist. Prof. John R. Watt Hoslon closed to within ^anifs of lhr« Yanks bv bl SRVBH nms in the ninth ini.i fnui . Stanfiolc] winning ovrr Melton Syl- ilic s;une v,ay ;ind Aibert $65.000. hut In a red-hot Cardinal ! "Buddy fBiidtiy Lewis, Card scout? ' av " s ™P lrt 'y 'mm eoalinzs of prc- town such as fs Jonefboro. Ark., the [ w ho also sinned Vinegar Rend Ml-' con!o<1 wn '" r - r< "f produced in this 't hard to make. | ? - cll > mentioned Houston as Ihe ' niiinn(T <""'ie cut in blocks, crush- final decision wasn't hard to make. So youne Keller played his first zell) mentioned Houston as the Place he thoueht. would be best for professional baseball game with the me lo play. Thi.s Is my fir>-£, od or shredded. t can (he first Impression. Keller isn't an ordinary hot prosper! This Ian. six feet. !7 .i nn,,,Kl s r ,nd law afoot, is likely to be a real phr- nomecjon. "He looks like a -harp hitlrr" Manacer Al Hollinr-'..-orth said. Houston Buffs. j in Texa Almost shy. Keller Is about like ' " J ' ve altcaiv heard (his liny other 19-year-old. He likes i Pitchers' league. Sure hope cherry CO'KK. ham sandwiches, could j ""•" eat hl.^ weieht In beans and pota- ! Off toes, "especially navy bpans." and can't, ouite gel over what- has happened lo him these last few weeks. Bonn* Rfnjre Ruljres What happened to Charley in indicative of the lengths hie-leazue teams will RO ',o tie up untried and untested talent. "I never enneeted to get any kind ' of bonus.' Houston's newest arrival nodded. j "All Ii wanted wa.s p chance — and was Just hoping to get even that. "AH the folks In Jonesboro f population 20.0001 Canted to see mft in pro ball, especially with the cardi- ( nals. So. while I didn't even plan on goini; into pro ball at first this year, when the Cards made me such * nice offer I took It. ' '.'H wasn't 11 r»se of jelllnn tn the highest bfuder. I've always liked the Cardinals. Them and the Yankees. I've been to see several Cardinal games." Keller, only a year removed from high school and wilh one season of freshman basketball under his Iri'nks at Kentucky, never came out rn-i admitted the St. Louis Natlon- !•'< gave him a t75.000 bonus. But ___________ ] firvC.s a nnofJ. solkj ciU.. r her Buff vc torn us .^cci with liis ptme, n nnrl In el swine . Takes a Konti, sound . cnth;:siastican,v. (" rr clinncerJ it." ChnrJpy "I've rllrr "My D:ul mid my unrle. Floyd :i. nl\vav>- toirf nip never (o niv naturnl stance." PRESCRIPTIONS fresh Stock Guaranteed B«sf Prices Kirby Drug Stores REFLECT H. G. "CHARLIE PARTLOW PROSECUTING ATTORNEY IMKGR1TY, INDUSTRY AND ABILITY PROYRX Two CraiRlitad r.nunty Grand .lurips in their final report (o ,lmI C e Charles \V. i,i E hl complimented Ihe ProsecntiiiK: Attorney's office on the vigorous enforcement of Hie criminal laws. Folillcal Artv.-raid for hj H. G. Pardnw Bombers to Play Manila Tonight The Rlythevllle Bombers. NcKro semi-pro baseball team, wil play the Manila Independents at the !\Ia- nila city Park tonight. Sunday afternoon, the Bombers will take on the Helena Dragons nl Globe Trotter Park In We.st Helena. For more than 300 years Knro- pc.tn nations fought Arctic warfare over the wealth of Spitsbergen, Jaserrt islands off Norway's coast. ,,.j ., ^.JI.JUJ-HIK wlib fonr-uiiOer- \virf* par GG's nnd five other golfers pulled In with G8.5. Mnich piny for (he 32-hoV tonr- namcnt start? tomorrow with the finals .srluKiulcri Jor 8nnrT.iv. Irish Historical Excavation Begun Einnmtr to r'. p !ili.v;c t-he nirxlaJs rn Rny cloopor' than (liirtt pLine fourth, fifth nnd sixth pet dfpln- nins "f inr-ri't hu^ now (lint tiie\''\ r q found nut liif-v nro out to «nt ihcMii." D«-»^P the rrmcrnPSK of ttia Amn-ir:rni5 to crab ail of Die .silver- .they have itini in tho Rus- sfans n eroi;r> o^ nthletes jtKt ns proficient hht la different sports. As fi result the Russians held a 26*i'.'i to 202 total point lest) over (ho U. R. tndny, thanks chie/ly to thp dominance of their gymnasts. tic Vaiera clll- the first sod. Work -Is under direction of Sean rvtini TKT /„ , T O'Hiordan, prolessor of archae- l.i.i r' «•••'7 " vntlon on lht! «l<li!>' at. the National University of M ih i Tara. In County; Ireland. It Is expected to take about Mcath. where on™ Mood (he palace 2 5 ycnrs. la prn-Christlan day., Tarn 01 uu KinRS of Ireland. B ot under- ! was the capital of Ireland and th« l^_ r j^ u| y wh <"> i'remier Enmo.i ! cwiler for art. nnd politics. Don't Buy AMY ?urn«te Till You'v« Seen The Kew AatCRjafk Coleman With Amazing NEV/ BUND-AIR is 3 new, amazingly belter way to give vou blended warm-air {or a better heated home. Its performance ha.s already been proved in homes all over the "cold-weather belt." 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