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Hope, Arkansas
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f age Six HOP6 STAR, HOU, ARKANSAS Monday, June 1X Will. Arkanson on the Eagle Squad CHICAGO <AP) —Fred Hage- mnn of Batosville, Ark., who played football at Kansas University, will he on the college Alt- Star squad which meets the world prochampion Philadelphia Eagles here Aug. 'i. Hagcmnn was one of 10 ccnlers named to the squad Saturday. Essegian Stars as Indians Get Doubleheader By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Reserve out fielder Chuck Essegian drove in five runs with ft pair of homers in the first game and doubled home the winning run in the ninth inning of the second as the Cleveland Indians 5 \v e pt a Sunday doiiltk>hc;uler from Kansas City. 7-3. and '1-3. - The double victory hosted the Indians:' first place lead over Detroit to a '^ame and a half as (lie , _ Tigers were held to a split l>y i Hope scored one in the fire Hope Junior Team Again Licks Camden Saturday night at Camden the Hope Juniors again slipped past the Camden Junior team by a 0 Standings SOUTHERN iy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W L Pet. G.B- 3. 5 (I'/a 9 12". 13'/< ; to •! score. the WashinRtdi Senators. The Ti- ; when Joe Pams came in on a hit had low. U innings lo win j l;y Ear Ray Murphy. Again in I ho 41 h Hope picked up o run with i Curtis Churchwcll scoring and the second g;.me 7-i5 afler losing the opener 7-3. The New York Yankees climbed lo wilhin a half game of the Ti- Murphy came homc in lhc 5lh on Gene Robinson's single. The — - i winning runs came in lhc 7th on gcrs by sweeping a pair from Los ; hits , Cnui . c i lwc n Murphy and t ... 1__ n , ,,„.} - 1 nnw-lun HP- t McMurtrcy, lhc winner, o - started in the Olh and gave up no ond 10-5. Baltimore beat Chicago hi(s Glls nobcy \ wr \ cl [ (hc f j rst yielded only Chattanoga . . 40 24 .625 Birmingham . 37 27 .57(i Atlanta ....... 34 28 .548 Little Rock . . . 35 32 .522 Nashville ..... 31 33 .4fi Shrcvcport ....30 39 .43r> Macon ....... 2B 37 .413 Mobile ....... 25 38 .397 Monday's Games Chaltanoga at Birmingham Macon at Liltlc Hock Shrcveporl at Atlanta (only games scheduled) Sunday's Results Atlanta 7-5 Nashville 5-G Macon 8 Shrcvcport 4 Chatlanoga 2 Mobile 0 Birningham G Lillle Rock 3 Monday Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W.. L. Pet-.G.B. Ward. Carl Angeles. 2-1 and 5-1. Boston de fcalcd Minnesota R-2 in the first game but the Twin.-- won the sec •e beat Chicagc 8-2 in their first game, with the While Sox winning the second 7-1. Cincinnati took over the Nation- other Scores . ai League lead—by four percent- L j ttlc League: age poinls over Los Angeles—with! L i ons i _ Midwest 11 a 6-2 and 913 sweep of tneir twin Coleman 2 — Owens 17 bill with St. Louis. Thc Dodgers Pop Ko i a __ C BC, ca i lec j and downed Philadelphia 6-3, Pitts- j protested. five for Hope ar,<l four hits. Winners in the Gaslite Bowling Meet SPORTS Cleveland 37 burgh defeated San Francisco 8-4 and Milwaukee was held to a split by Chicago. The Cubs tok the second game 5-3 after the j at Nashville) Games This Week: Tonight. Babe Ruth League: Nashville 4 vs. Hope 2 (both Braves had won the opener 8-4. Both Cleveland decisions were gained by relief pitchers. Dick Stigman. making his first appearance after being carried on the disabled list, pitched one-hit ball in four innings of relief, to register the first-game victory. Barry Latman. who surrendered the j tying run in the eighth, pitched \ Nashville 3 vs. Hope 1 Tuesday, Doctor's League: Yankees vs. Giants Little League: Colcman vs. CBC Pop Kola vs. Midwest Lions vs. Owen's Fight Results JV llltj lUll HI (.m- \.i-,ni.ti, j.» ***»• — ... i 1 1-3 innings of relief in the night-! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS cap to gain his sixth victory. j New York—Archie More, 174'/2. Second baseman Danny O'Con-! San Diego, Calif., outpointcc ncll helped Washington right- : Giuiio Rinaldi, 173B, Italy, 15 liander Joe McClain gain his-'Limited version world ligh sixth victory, driving in three .heavyweight title). runs with a'single and two clou-; Manila—Ray Asis, 118%, Philip bles in the opener. Steve Boros ! pines, knocked out Sontichai Ka drove in Detroit's winning run in nongsku. 118, Thailand, 5. the second game with a bases- loaded single in the nth. The Tigers smashed seven home runs in the twin bill. Norm Cash hit his loth and IGth in the first game and added his 17th in the night- Detroit 36 New York 34 Baltimore 21) Washington ... 2(! Boston 20 Kansas City .. Minnesota .... Chicago 20 os Angeles ... 21 Monday Games Minnesota al Boston Los Angeles at New York <N> Chicago at Baltimore <N> Kansas City at Cleveland <N> Only games scheduled Sunday Results New York 2-5, Los Angeles 1-1 Boston 8-5, Minneso ta2-10 Cleveland 7-4, Kansas City '-' Baltimore 8-1, Chicago 2-7 Washington 7-G, Detroit 4-7 (scc- >nd game. 11 innings) Saturday Results Washington 4, Chicago ' (15 innings) Baltimore 4, Minnesota 3 New York 5, Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 10, Boston 5 Detroit 2, Cleveland 0 TuosdaV Games Washington at Baltimore <N) New York al Cleveland (N) Boston at Detroit W Los Angeles at Chicago (2) (twi-night) Kansas City at Minnesoat (N) Peach Festival Set June 23 CLARKSVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The 20th annual Johnson County IN THE GASLITE BELLE LEAGUE THE CITIZENS BANK Team of Hope, they won 7i and lost 35, took the litle. Left to right: Sua Huckabee, Vclora Brioht, Sue Fuller, Lorene Jordan and Geraldine Ellis. Redlegs Sweep Back Into Is) in National Stadium. Boston beat Minnesota 11-2 in the first game but the Twins won the second, 10-5. Baltimore decisionod Chicago 8-2 in their firs.t game but the White Sox took the second 7-1. Frccsc was Ihe balling slar of the Reds' double triumph over SI. Louis. The third baseman hit a two-run homer in the firsl ga«e, liis 12lh of the season, and drove in four runs in the second game with a pair of singles. With the lied al 3-3 in the eighth, ^ a bascs . lo | (le d BY JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati .'••wept into first place ffiJSSsxa ttiSrs.'a's: triumphs put the Reds four per- ^ WINNERS OF THE GIRLS doubles at the Gaslite Bowl, left, Margie Herndon and Gayle Madders. National League W. L- Pct.G.B. Cincinnati 33 21 .(ill — Los Angeles ... 34 22 .607 — smashed two in the first game PERR^S Truck Stop 24 HOUR AUTO AND TRUCK REPAIR Rood and Wrecker Service CompliU Stock of Pcrli •nd Accessorial Telephone 7-9974 Bcnwy Gaintt Shop k Fortm«n •I/MM O'Steen, Carl Thornton, Bill Dillon OFFICIAL AAA GARAGE i three beauty pageants before it [ends the following night. Winners !of the Miss Arkansas Valley and j Queen Elberta contests ' will receive S100 cash prizes and will I compete in the Miss Arkansas i pageant. The third contest —with j entrants in the 4 to 6-ycar age I croup — will select a Princess j Elberta. I . j for both Yankee runs. Roger Maris hit his 19th and 20th in the .nightcap and Mickey Mantle hit I his 18th. Right-handers Ralph 1 Terry (4-0' and Roland Sheldon (3-2.1 were the winning pitchers. Chuck Estrada of Baltimore stifled the While Sox wilh three hits in the opener, one until two out in the ninlh. Ronnie Hansen drove in Ihree Oriole runs with three singles. Billy Pierce hurle a six-hiller and first basemar Roy Sievers gol four nils anc three RBIs in the White Sox sec oncl game victory. I j Rookie Don Schwall pilched hi j fifth Red Sox viclory without a defeat although he had to leave in .56G .520 .471 .471 .396 .340 2'/2 5 7% lllis 14 an Francisco . 30 23 Pittsburgh .... 26 24 t. Louis 24 27 lilwaukee .... 24 27 :hicago 21 32 'hiladelphia . 17 33 Monday Games Los Angeles at San Francisco Only game scheduled Sunday Result* Milwaukee 8-3, hicago 4-5 Cincinnati 6-9, St. Louis 2-3 Pitlsburgh 8, San Francisco 4 Los Angelas 6, Philadelphia 3 Sa'urday Results Milwaukee 9, Chicago 5 Cincinnati 4, St. Louis 2 San Francisco 5, Pitlsburgh 0 Los Angeles 5, Philadelphia 4 Tuesday Games St. Louis at Philadelphia 'N) Cincinnati at Pitlsburgh (N) Los Angeles at San Francisco (N) eight-hit- lis sixlh triumph. Thc Dodgers Sandy Koifnx vie* with a trumps pu e - ccnlage points over Los Angeles. | ^ Thc Dodgers gave up ground grudgingly, defeating Philadelphia 6-3 in their single game. It pitched his sixth consecutive 1 was the Dodj'er.s 1 sixlh straight | lor y j a ]j g ar nes complete, w triumph over the Phillies. five-hitter against the Phillies. Fillsburgh downed lhc third- ^ally Mon helper! him with a place San Francisco Giants 8-4 j } lomc run> his 14lh, and a run- and Milwaukee was: held lo a scol .j n g single. Lee Walls drove in splil in its doublcheader with Chi- a u Philadelphia runs with a three- in place lead w u,u ,v,^.—. hom( , runs _ hy Smoky BUI League to a game and a half ovei I Bo)j skimier ancl Rocky Nc ilon Dclroil by dcfealmg Kansas City i Q fc Jim D [fal() ;„ lhe twice, 7-3 and 4-3 while lhc ligers , s than enol|gh for were being held to a- spill by ' Washington. Thc Tigers had to wait'11 innings to win lhe night- RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET WON FIRST IN THE LAMPLIGHTERS Couples Leaoue at the Emmet alley. Left to right: Carter and Billie Russell; Raymond and Lanora Clark; Denvil and Carolyn Ross. jago. Thc Braves won lhe opener 8-4 but lost lhe second 5-3. Cleveland increased its first- , the American run homer. A four-run second inning, at the expense ot Billy Locs, and three cap 7-fi after the Senators had won the opener 7-4. New York's Yankees inched to within half c game of Detroit, knocking off Los Angeles 2-1 and 5-1 in a doiiblelieader at Yankee GIRLS SINGLES CHAMP at Gaslite Bowl is Penny Franks, pictured with her trophy. Grid Coach Joins Arkansas Firm GAINSVILLE. Ma. 'AP) -Earl Scarborough, assistant football coach at. the University of Florid;*; , Vern Law lo pick up his third , Pittsburgh triumph. Law. was relieved by Bob Friend after he had' been clipped for a' homc run by lhc Giants' Matty Alou. •• Richie Ashburn's two-run triple for Chicago was wasted in the opener but in lhc second game, he hit a two-run single lhat Tic- counted for the winning runs, giving the Cubs Iheir split wilh Iho j Braves. Warren Spahn, pilching itwo scoreless, innings in relief, was credited'wilh his sevcnlh x vic- lory of lhc season and lhc 295lh C-....V;.. m u,, v,,,,,.,.-,,., „ ;<><' his career in the opener. since 1957, will resign July 1 to ' jCalcher Joe Torre drove in Iho Become an associalc general | winning run in the ninth but jenl for Union Life of Arkansas I Spahn made sure by adding^ a Ic will have an office here. ' three-run homer. . 1- STEWART'S BEATNICS TEAM IS THE CHAMPION team of boys bowling group at Emmet. Left to right; Roger McLelland, Harry Ray McMahen, Buddy Jordan, Gerry Burnett, Charlie Beard, Doug Campbell, Billy MeKeiuie, team captain. Only games scheduled. Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ameri c an League Balling (based on 125 or more at bats) — Piersall, Cleveland, .371; Cash, Detroit, .370. Runs—Mantle, New York, 43; Colavito, Detroit, 47. Runs batted in—Cash, Detroit, „ Jensen accounted for all Boston's runs. Harmon Killebrew and Bob Allison homered and drove in three runs apiece as the Twins won only their third game in the ilast 20. WE DELIVER DIAL 7.4431 Detroit and York, 71. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 18; Romano, Cleveland, 17. Triples—Wood, Detroit, 6; Pier sail, Cleveland and K e o ugh Washington, 5. Home runs—Mads, New York 0; Mantle, New York, 18. Stolen bases—Howser, Kansa: ity, 17; Aparicio, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 3 or mon ecisions)—Grant, Cleveland, 7 1.000; Lamtan, Cleveland, 6-0. 000. Strikeouts—Ramos, Minnesota, Red Hot Tuesday - Wednesday - Specials GOV. INSPECTED FRESH DRESSED FRYER! DELICIOUS CANNED BISCUITS BLUE BONNET FIRST GRADE OLEO URGE 2i CAN SPICED PEACHES BOYS SINGLES CHAMP, all events, at Gaslite Bowl, is Charlie Beard. K-' '• .Buffalo 2-3, Richmond 2-5, (1st ga'me, 10 innings) Columbus 7-8, Toronto 3-5 Charleston 8-2, Rochester 5-1 ; American A s sociation ^Indianapolis 4-5, Omaha 3-fl penver 4-2, Louisville 3-8 DallasForl Worth 7, Houston 6 Saturday R e sults Pacific Coast League Hawaii 11-7, Spokane 2-6 Scalllc 4, San Diego 2 Vancouver 7, Tacoma 2 Sail Lake Cily at Portland, ppd. International Lea9ue Toronto 5-2, Columbus 4-3 Buffalo 2, Richmond 1 Rochester 5, Charleston J 'Syracuse 0, Jersey City 6 . American Association 'Louisville 8-3, Denver G-l Dallas-Fort Worth 8-11, Houston -. Indianapolis 7, Omaha X Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain held in the Crystal Springs area of -Lake••Catherine, Slar.lon lick, lhc -archery lillc in .1951) and finished second in Ihe 195!) tournament and in Ihrid place last year. New York, N. T. (Special) — For tho first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all—resnlta-were so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be a problem!" '^ The secret is a new healing sow- stance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form nnder the name Prepantitm H». At all drag counter*. BOYS DOUBLES CHAMPS at the Gaslite bowl is Mutt Wassell and David Waddle, right. 71; Ford, New York, 70. i Archery Title Is at Stake to Fish or Hunt Solunor Tables |y John Alden Knight . •pheduit: ol Solunar period U prtBted below, has been take John Alden Knight's Soluna . Plan your days so the >U) wttl be fisning in good tern Iff or kupting in good cover dur IbM* times, « you wish U tt* bMt iport that eoco da.' to otter. ft* Major periods are shown b NM4 f*et type- These begin at tn> i|jg |toVB afld last for an bom a QiJI or two hours inert . ft» minor Periods, shown MfUlar type, are of 8omew»u> National League Batting (based on 125 or more at bats) — Moon, Los Angeles. .365; Aaron, Milwaukee, .347. Runs—Boiling, Milwaukee, 42; Mays:, San Francisco, 41. Runs bated in — Cepeda, San Francisco, 47; Aaron, Milwaukee, 41. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 70; Aaron. Milwaukee, 69. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 16; Zimmer, Chicago, 14. Triples—Wills, Los Angeles and Virdon and Clcmente, Pittsburgh, 5; seven tied with 4. Home runs—Mathcws, Milwaukee ancl Cepeda, San Srancisco, , 17; Robinson, Cincinnati and IMoon, Los Angc4es, 14. I Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincin- inati. 11: Aaron, Milwaukee, 8. Pitching i based on 3 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, 5-0, 1.000;' Duffalo, San Francisco. 3-0, 1.000. Strikeouts — Koufax, Los Angeles 89; Drysdalc, Los Angeles, 75. HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — Defending champion Dr. Fred Simmons of Houslon, Tex., will get strong opposition from Lou Stanton of Ozark, Mo., at lhc National Field Archery Tournament June 27-30 Tourney officials say most of Ihe nalion's lop bowmen will take part in Ihe event, lo be FEEL THE DIFFERENCE Tues. . Wed . Thurs. Fri . Sat. . Sun. . 5:23 11:40 6:15 12:05 7:00 12:50 7:50 1:40 8:35 2:25 9:15 3:05 5:55 6:45 12:30 7:35 1:20 8:20 2:05 U:00 2:45 9:45 3:30 Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday Results Pacific Coast League Tacoma ?-0, Vancouver 1-2 I'wllancl 9-6, Sail Lake Cily 0- Sun Diego 2-7. Seat lie 1-9 Spokane 6. Hawaii 5 International League Jersey City 1-0, Syracuse 0-1 THE A.R.A. 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