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Nf • Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tigers Regain Loop Lead Over the Yankees Standings Monday Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IDelroti . | Now York Am°rican League W. L. Pet. 55 HO .(147 . 51! 2!) .MR G.B. By Associated ED WILKS Press Sports Writer Clevelanc . . : Cleveland . Ace right-hander Frank Lary Chicago . .• pitched a three-nil shutout in Ihe . Boston opener and the Pel roil Tigers, Wa.-hinglon swept a doulilehearler I'rnm Ihe , Los Angeles Los Angeles Angels 1-0 and (i-:)'Minnesota . Sunday, regaining the American Kansas City League lead h.v one percentage i . . . Monday point over New York. •Ill 17 •17 •12 •to :!!! 35 :M ;;i ( 31 . 3!) . :!!) . •11 . •15 . •Hi . 51 . 50 . 52 iames 5R5 547 ,547 •ins ,471 452 407 405 .373 7 H'2 15 20'i 20'i 2' The Yankee 1 split uilh Winning Ihe first game hind the five-hil pildiin;; land Sheldon before losin Baltimore gained eontrol of ihird plaee, seven games behind. by whipping Kansas t'ily ll-O on Steve Barbel's four-hilter. Cle\e- Innd dropped to fourth when the Chicago While Sox I humped Hie Injuns Iwiee. 7-5 and !i!:. Minnesota beat Ihe Senators 7-1. .In the National. Cincinnati clobbered Los Angeles H-:i. for a five- Kame bulge over the seeond-plaee Dodgers. Pittsburgh defeated Milwaukee 5-1. San Francisco lost the doublcheadcr opener !'.-.", to St. Louis, then beat the Cards 6-1. The Chicago Cubs swept two from Philadelphia ii-t! and ti-5. with the second game called aft- No games scheduled Su n daV Results New York :i-li. Boston Chicago 7-!). Cleveland 5-f! Detroit I-I). Los Angeles 0-:i Minnesota 7, Washington 1 Baltimore It, Kansas City 0 Satu r day Results Washington ;i, Mnnesota '2 New York !!, Boston 5 Cleveland :>. Cheago '2 Petrol ',! Lo Angeles '2 Ballmore 7 Kansas City 2 Tu c s d ay Games All-Star wgam eat San Francisco National League W, L. Pet 54 4!) 42 CAR-LAPSIBLE —For outdoorsmen is this three-passenger, collapsible, lightweight, motor- driven three-wheel cart. It has four forward speeds and reverse. Introduced by a Connecticut firm, it can be stowed in small space, such as trunk of a car, left. Manufacturer says it can be assembled, ready to run, as at right, with a 50-cent piece as the only tool. G.B. Cincinnati . .. Los Angeles . Pittsburgh ... San Kranciseo . 44 Milwaukee ;!7 cr eight innhms because of dark- I'?,'/- 1<ouis '!'! j Chicago ;j(j Philadelphia .. 23 55 1 Monday Games ness in light less Wrigley Field Lary <134> walked just two and i struck out 10. The Tigers handed ; Eli Grha i>!)> his fifth loss in! a- row with a second-inning run | when Norm Cash walked. Sieve! Boros was hit by a pilch and Mike Roarkc singled. Boros. felled by a pitch that struck his helmet, spent Sunday night under observation in a hospital. Detroit wrapped up the nightcap on a two-run homer by Billy Bruton in the seventh inning. .Jim Bunning iji-fii won it with ninth inning relief help. Rync Uurcn (3-9) was the loser. Sheldon. ifi-2 p allowed Boston nothing but singles. He walked no one and struck out seven for hN sixth straight victory and second shutout in a row. Elston Howard doubled home the first run off loser Bill MonbouqueUe f"-7'. who also gave up Roger Maris' 33rd home run. The Red Sox broke loose for 13 hits in the nightcap. Two unearned runs in the first inning tagged the loss on Ralph Terry '5-1 >. Rookie Don Schwnll <7-2' was the winner, with relief help from Arnie Earlcy. Barber <10-6> collected his fourth shutout of the season—tops in the majors—for the Orioles. The Birds beat Bob Shaw '5!',' in the first inning whgn. Jackie Brandt's triple followed a double by Brooks Robinson. A pinch-hit bases-loaded homer by Shcrm Lollar with two out in the ninth won the first game for the White Sox and beat reliever Frank Funk i'j-7>. Willie Kirkland hit three home runs for Cleveland, but J. C. Martin's two- run homer in the seventh inning p'rovidcd Chicago's edge in the nightcap as Cal McLi.sh 5-1!',' defeated Jim Perry '7-7'. Ray Herbert 17-81 was the first game winner. Earl Bailey belted two home runs and Ted Lcpcio one as the Twins won their first at Griffith Stadium in six tries. Camilo Pascual '7-Ui was the winner. Tom Cheney n> lost it. 35 35 3! I 40 43 44 .643 .SR3 .545 .530 .481 .45C, .450 .295 (I 1 !: fl'i 13'i 15',;. Hi Hope fg Star SPORTS No games scheduled Sui d ay Results Chicago !)-», Philadelphia '211(1 game 11 innings, darkness) SI. Louis fi-1, San Srancisco 3-6 Pittsburgh 5. Milwaukee 4 Cincinnati 14 14, Los Angeles 3 Saturday Results Pittsburgh 4, Milwaukee 3 Chicago 5. Philadelphia 4 St. Louis !). San Srancisco 7 Los Angeles 10, Cincinnati I Tue s day Games All-Slar Game at San Srancisco By Major League Leaders THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Am e rican League Batting i based on 175 or more at bats) — Howard, New York, .:.!()!): Cash. Detroit. .355. Runs—Mantle, New York 74; Maris. New York, 73. Runs batted in—Gentile Baltimore. !!2: Maris. New York, RO. Hits — B. Robinson Baltimore, 104; Kubek. New York 103. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 24: Kubek. New York, 22. Triples—Wood Detroit, 8; Landis Chicago, 6. Home runs—Maris, New York. 33: Mantle, New York, 20. Stolen bases — Aparicio Chicago. 26; Howscr, Kansas City, 23. Pitching 'based on ~ or more decisions' — Latman, Cleveland. 8-0. 1.000; Ford, New York, 16-2 .tili'J. Strikeouts — Ford New York. 122; Pascual. Minnesota, 108. Golfer Sets Up a 4-Rounci Goal GOLF SPOIL'S BIRKDALE. England (AIM — Arnold Palmer today set himself a four round target oi' 275 in next British Open golf eh.'.'n- toial thai, is eight than Australian Peter Thomson's win.im.-.; scon.' over !hc same course seven year ago. That's Ihe total I think will h° needed to win." said Palmer of Latrobe, Pa., atle;- throe clays if practice. U,S. Track Team Heads for Moscow All-Star Game Is Scheduled for Tuesday BY JOE REICHLER Ass<>ciafcd Press Sports Writer SAN FRANCISCO 'API — The National League was chccre/l today by Inn news that Edrlic Mai hews, Milwaukee's hard hitting third baseman, would be available (or duly against Ihe American League in Tuesday's With All-Slar game, second in California and first in San Francisco. II was feared I hat Mai hews, the | senior circuit's premier southpaw i slugger, might be forced to pass ;iip the spectacle because of a knee .injury sustained in a collision jwilh Los Angeles' Daryl Spencer I last week. The big California!! re- iturncd lo the Braves' lineup Sunday and assured NL Manager Danny Murtaugli he would "be ready to play. A capacity crowd of more than Robinson Big Gun in the National Monday, July 10, 1911 J^ Sports Can Now Make Trouble By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Frank Robinson was knocked down twice pncl hit on the arm by Los Angeles righl-hander Don Drysdalc, but clubbed a pair of homers, a double and a single for seven runs balled in as tiie Cincinnati Reds whipped the second place Dodgers 14-3 Sunday and regained a five-game bulge in the National League race. Third place Pittsburgh made if three straight over Milwaukee, by beating Ihe Braves 5-4. San Francisco' splil a pair with St. Louis, the Giants losing (i-3, in the opener, before beating the Cards 6 1. | The Chicago Cubs swept a clou- bleheader from Philadelphia D-« and 11-5. In the American. Detroit loik two from Los Angeles, 1-0 and 'i-3, and regained first place by one percentage point over New York. The Yankees split with By ED CORRIGAN Sports Writer •12.000 was expected to attend Ihe ! Iiasl() "' winning 3-D before losing first of this year's two All-Slar> !Mi - Baltimore thumped Kansas games, which will be televised 1 Clly !M1: lllu Chicago While Sox . | week's International League Toronto fi-5, Rochester 0-ii Charleston 10-0, Itiehmond • Syracuse D-3. Buffalo 1-7 Columbus 7-2. Jersey City 1-5 Pa c ific Coast League Hawaii 12-4, Salt Lake 4-3 Seattle tO-4. Spokane 3-f) Tacoma 4-5. San Diego l-l Vancouver 12-7. Portland 5-1 G Saturday Scores lnternati°nal League Charleston 3. Richmond 1 Columbus 8, Jersey City 4 Syracuse 9, Buffalo 7 Toronto 8. Rochester fi American Association Omaha 5-5, Houston 2-6 Dallas-Ft. Worth 7, Denver Indianapolis 5, Louisville 2 Pacific Coast League San Diego 4, Tacoma 3 (13 nings) Seattle 8, Spokane 0 Vancouver 7. Portland 2 Salt Lake 11-5 Hawaii fi-1 By National League Balling i based on 175 or more at bats i — Clemnctc, Pittsburgh, .:)57: Altman. Chicago, .349. ,_. Runs - Mays, San Francisco jShrcvcport .3; Robinson. Cincinnati, fi7. Runs batted in-Ccpeda Sanj Francisco, 77; Robinson. Cincin- i nati. 70. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 110; on Southern Association THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W- L. Pet. G.B 55 40 54 40 51 47 4fi 41 41 Chattanooga Birmingham Atlanta Little Rock Palmer Has a 71 in the First Round B1RKDALE. England '.\P> Arnold Palmer of Latrobe. Pa.. who is favorer! to win the British, Open Golf championship, shut a steady 3-1--37—71 today in the fir-t qualifying round despite rain and Clemente, Pittsburgh, 107. Doubles — Coleman Cincinnati, 22: Mays. San Francisco, 21. Triples—Altman, Chicago and Clemente. Pittsburgh, 8; Wills, Los Angeles and Stuart, Pittsburgh 7. Home runs—Ccpcda, San Fran- icisco. 24: Robinson, Cincinnati : and Mays. San Francisco, 23. j i Stole bases — Pinson Cincin- j iati. 13: Robinson, Cincinnati! and Aaron. Milwaukee. 12. ! Pitching i based on 7 or more' decisions i—Podrcs. Los Angeles. 9-2. .!JKi; Jay, Cincinnati, 12-4 .750. Strikeouts — Koufax Los An- seles. 141: Williams, Los Angeles. 41 4!) 4!) 4f! 54 52 Sundays Resu'ts Atlanta 0, Birmingham 3 Little Rock 7-0, Chattanoga .57!! .574 .554 .41)0 .-1114 .4fil .432 .422 11 14 M'i Travelers Get Split in Two Games By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Writer The holiest pitcher in Ihe Southern Association won't be around tonight when the All-Stars meet Birmingham because big John Boo/.er didn't make Ihe learn. Boo/er ought to demand a recheck of (he votes. The 1 (i-foot-3, 215-pound Chattanooga right-hand- er hasn'l losl since Macon beat him June I. He's made seven slarls since, all route-going jobs, all victories and four of them shut- ouls. He adjusted his season record to 11-4 Sunday when his five- hitler restored Chattanooga lo the league lead as the Lookouts clubbed Little Rock for a doubleheader split. Little Rock look the opener 7-li. a decision disputed furiously bul vainly by Ihe Lookouts. Atlanta knocked Birmingham oul of firsl place 8-3. compleling a three-game scries sweep over the Barons and leaving them slightly .red-faced for their role as hosts to the All-Stars. Shreveporl rallied in both games to sweep Nashville !)-7 and 4-2. Macon and Mobile were rained out after playing three scoreless innings at Mobile. Little Rock scored the winning run in the eighth inning if Ihe opener when Eddie Richardson's single plalcd Dave Nicholson. The big Baltimore bonus baby barrelled into Chattanooga catcher Dick Teed, but Teed held the ball. Umpire Don Fisher called Nicholson safe. Infuriated, Teed hurled his milt into the stands and rushed for the arbiter. Manager Frank Lucchesi inter- NKW YOUK (AIM _'|'|| (I I rack team heads for Mosr. night lor its itieel against Ilic i sians next weekend amid deiii; for a congressional into Ihe (rip. The controversy started v.he.'i nine alhlel.es who made (he learn in Iryrmls declined invitations by Ihe AAU lo make (he lri;> lo Moscow and subsequent mco.ls ;,. West Germany, England and Po'r;nd. Some said Ihcv were willing lo q n lo Kussia only. Bul the A.-UJ turned them down. , *ii. ciair Knfile M) Calif.' i called for a congressional ir.<_uiry j into the AAU's handling of Ihe af- jlair. He suggested thai chairman : J. William Fulbright (D-Ark.) of Ihe Senate Foreign Relation.; committee look into I'hc inatter be- !«• nationally. The second game i;.S. :be played July ,'j| in Boston. \v to. j San Francisco fans were await- ifii.s- | ing their first look at the American League sluggers, especially invusligalinn | Mickey Mantle and Hoger Maris, I the New York Yankees' home run twins. II is mainly because of Maris '33 home runs), Mantle (2!)), and Detroit's Rocky Colavilo (22) and Norm Cash '24), and the virtual certainly lhal. VVhilcy Ford, New York's brilliant southpaw, will pilch the firs! l.hree innings thai the American League has been wi ll swept Cleveland 7-5 and !)-«, and Minnesota defcaled Washington 7-1. Robinson his the first of his homers against the Dodgers in the first ining off loser Roger Craig. Hi run-in with Drysdalc came in the sixth, and he then tagged Dick Farrell for his second homer, in the eighth inning. Gene Frcese also homered while right bander Joey Jay 1124) checked the Dodgers on five hits, two of them home runs by John Roseboro and Charlie Neal. A pair of homers by Wall cause Ihe Stale Department had ; Mantle, will bat, from the lefl side made a (i to 5 favorite. The ALjM ()l '- VM ( h'<>ve in (lie Pirates' first was soundly bcalen in bolh games 'three runs against Lew Burdel.le last year and losl nine of Ihe lasl i ' !Mi) - Al McBoan <2-0> was the 13 although it holds an over-all Hi-13 edge. Maris Cash, Yankee shorlslop Tony Kubek and the switch-hilling the AAU $112,132.50 for U)f the plate. Consequently, il believed that Murtaiigh might to cy.v if strongest advanced expenses. "We all know that the Russians use these athletic events [<„• propaganda purposes," Sen Kngl,- •said in a Idler to Fulbrighl. "!! seems to me lh;:l il is very bad business for our govenmvM.t help finance a trip to Mosc we are not sending the team we can put on Ihe field." Jim Simms. seerctary-lrcat-iirer oHhe AAU, answered the charges. "H is not a grant from °(!;elsiblc he might surprise State Department,".ho S-MC'. "H is . ing Joey Jay, who a loan and we have paid I hem j his 12th victory for uack 100 cents on every dollar in ~ the pasl. We simply do not Ivivo enough money in our treasury to, linance something like this. ' We! would welcome an investigation.! "Ever since we started sending j athletic teams into Russia in l!)5!! | we have received money from the state department." The nine athletes who refused to make the lour include sholpul- lers Parry O'Brien and Dallas Long, discus throwers Kink Babka and Al Oerter. hammer throwers winner in relief. The Cards wiped out a 3-1 lead by the Giants and won Ihe opener on a Iworun homer in the eighth by Ken Boyer. But the Giants bounced back behind Ihe four-hit ______ pitching of Jack Sanford (4-5) and open with southpaw Sandy Kou-1 l ' olicvc ' 1 ' Sam Jones in the nighl- ' cap. Lindy McDaniel (5-3i won the opener and Juan Marichal (6-7> lost it, both in relief. The Cubs overcame seven er- is fax, who has won II of 16 for Hie Dodgers. Ford won his 10th straight Saturday and owns a phenomenal 16-2 record. Murtaiigh can turn lo Iwo other left handed starters, Mike Me- Cormick of the Giants or Warren Spahn, Milwaukee's amazing 40- year-old, who has appeared in six previous games. It is highly pos- by start- registered Cincinnati Sunday. rors with 21! hits in their sweep over Ihe lasl, place Phils. Ed Bou- chec, hit two home runs and Al Heist one backing Glen Ilobbic ((!-!)) in the opener and reliever Shrevcport isn't likely to challenge for the Southern Association pennant this reason, bul the Sports certainly have the punch to make trouble for anybody. * w> They throw hitting haymaker*-, at Nashville last night in a 13-1 runaway that left the Vols with a string of three straight losses and a seventh-place residence in the .standings-. Nashville tumbled below the idle Maeon Pcache.s into the notch nexl to the basement. Atlanta thrcvv the pennant scramble inio a knot by outlasting the Brimiophr.ip '3a;-un.; 7-'i. Tl*' loss dropo-.'d Birmingham into a tie for the I'Y.guc le.id with Chattanooga. The Lookouts were rained out at Lilue. Iwk ar.u Macon was idled by ruin ;u Mobile. U.S. Cotton Acres Reach 16.5 Million WASHINGTON (API—The Agriculture Department today estimated this year's cotton acreage at 10,5(11,000 acres, or 3 per cent more than last year. This, estimate compares with the 10-year (H)50-5yj average £ 20,«00,000 acres, The department made no forecast on production. But should the acre yield equal that of the last two crops production would be about 4,200,000 bales of 500 pounds gross weight. Production was 14,272,000 bales last year and J37IO.OOO fr the 10-year average. The first official slimate of production will be given Aug. 0. The crop will be supplemented vj an estimated 7.5 million bales accumulated from past crops. The liioi. crop planted acreage and the ',& such acreage represents of l.hc l!)(iO crop plantings, respectively, by states included: Tennessee 540,000 or 103; Mississippi 1,075,000 or 10G; Missouri 400,000 or !)5; Arkansas 1,410,000 for 103; Louisiana 4,t)50 or 111; Oklahoma 72,000 or 110; 70,000 or 14. Dick Ellsworth (4-(i) in the sec 1 ond game. Art Mahaffey (7-10) and Chris Short (2-0) were the losers. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Buffalo, N.Y.—Jackie Donnelly, 135, Buffalo, outpointed Paolo Rosi, 135 New York 10. copied his irate catcher but later became so angry that he sat down (1-10 Shreveporl 9-4, Nashville 7-2 (first game 10 innings> ' Macon at Mobile postponed, Monday's Games All-Stars at Birmingham. in front of the plate and refused to budge. flc had to arise, finally, however, to see about several of his players who irritated I lie umpire batting helmets Palmer rind Gaiv Player til Suilh Africa, the reigning United States Masto's champion, are favorites in a field of :.!(i;i golfers j by hurling theii f'om 1!) counlno:; Fifteen of Ihe I onto the field, entires arc frorr. the United; Lucchesi, Teed and pitcher Al States. Most e.vjcrls think this j Nciger were banished. The rhu- I year's Briiis'i OJUMI will develop barb, all oratorical, consumed into a battle between these two. about 15 minutes. Hal Connolly and Al Hall, javelin thrower Bill Aley, poc vati'.er Ron Morris and quarler-iri'ci Olis Davis. Pinky Sober, head of the AAU Track and Field Committee, said he wasn't annoyed at the stay-at- homes. "We appreciate thai, some of on" older competitor i haw pcisnual problems that make it difficult for them to go en trips, and don't blame them at all for slaying home," he said. The party includes 31 men MO already are in Europe), 17 girls, 4 coaches 4 manager, a trainer, I doctor and ri. •« plus Sober. HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is a local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here,, and we're here to help YOU with your savings and loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. Heft ftdtftl •S»vmf3 t-te*nassociation Fred O. Ellis, Secretary 209 S. 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