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mtle Catches Maris in Home Run Making TOOL OF HARD KNOCKS By .Associated ED WILKS P r css Sp°rts . Mickey Mantle c;n Iriatc Rose Maris in their ftm race hy bclliniJ a I'""' day niRht n.s the New Yo kccs defeated Washington regained the American League kad Detroit fell a hall\e,ainc hind when Jim Genlile hil ;i Inning home run that ,^a\e Haiti-', Ore an n-7 victory over the ; Tigers. | Mantle tied Maris. \vho \\a s »- ! for 4 by crackii-.g a '•'<-'•< ti' 1 '» llu ' .. eighth 'inning with his :r,!h home •. run. They arc 17 games ahead of Babe Ruth's rccord-Wl pace of 1027. ' l Boston Mted Cleveland '•>•-. Chicago White Sox heat Kansas City 4-3 and the I.us Anuclcs Angels defeated Minnesota -1-1 in the other AL games. ' In Ihc National l.eaiiue. Milwaukee whipped Cincinnati '--"• trimming the Keels' lead of the idle, second place I.o.- t'o 3 games. St. I.miis sv.cnl a t\vi-night pair from the Chicago Gubs 8-3 and 7-.~> in the only other games scheduled. ' Mantle hatted in three with his two hig hnmers off loser Joe McClain 7-!i'. relief ace Luis Arroyo >.">-: the winner. Gentile's home run came on 32 pitch by losing reliever Fischer <2-2> — alter the Orioles Slugging first baseman had been called out on a tap by the plate. He got his extra swum when third base umpire .John Flaherty The Orioles had come from be- namon's call and ruled the tap a foul ball. , The Orioles had conic 1 om l>e hind with six runs in the seventh inning. They chased Tiuer ace | Frank Lary in the rally, wliieli ; included a tworun homer by Hank Foiles and a threcrun homer by Jackie Brar.ilt. Al Ha line and Rocky Colavitu hit home ; runs for Detroit. Hoyt \Yi!he!m i (74) was the winner in relief. : A pair of tworun homers by; 1 Gary Gcigcr gave the Red Sox a 4 to 1 lead in three inninus at ; Cleveland and beat Mudcat Grant '8-4L Rookie Don Schwall 09-2) went all the way for the victory. Nellie Fox put the \Vhite Sox in the lead with a two-run inple in the seventh inning. That ^lumg the loss on reliever Jerry V.alker (3-6>. Juan Pizarro 'ti-;V was the winner. , . j 4 The Angels grabbed eightn place from the Twins as Lee and George Thomas the unrelated rookies, hit home runs behind the seven-hit pitching ot Ken McBridc <'J-5>. Pedro Ramos (C-1D was the loser. OIMWJ FIE^ALL Bond Vote Still Not Tabulated LITTLE ROCK <AP' - Chief deputy Secretary of State D. D. Glover says tabulation of the -June 27 election in which a SfiO million bond proposal was defeated cannot be completed until official returns are received from Jackson and Monroe counties. Glover said election officials in the two counties said the reports will be filed as soon as possible. Unofficial returns from the special election Showed a vote of 471.:;54 to i:i7.iJ,'J2 against the bond plan. West Notes Bring Routine RedGrumble By RAYMOND E. PALMER LONDON i APi — The Western notes rejecting Nikita Khrush chev's demands on Berlin brought n routine disapproving comment from Moscow Tuesday night. So vici propaganda organs obviously awaited guidance from the Krem lin. West European newspapers '.'cneraliy approved the firm tone taken by the United States. Bri tain and France, but some ex pressed doubt it would do much to deter Soviet action in Ger many. Hope was expressed that the. two side- would get together vcryj quickly and negotiate the explo' MVC is>uc. Tractor Team Back to Cuba Braves Down Redlegs, Shave Their Lead By ED WILKS Associated P re sS Sports Writer Milwaukee beat Cincinnati 12-11 Tuesday night and shaved th iThc second place Dodgers open I idle Los Angeles In 3' The second pice Dodders open two-game series at Cincinnati to "'si 1 ' Louis swept a Iwi-nigl pair from Chicago in the onl other NL games scheduled Tucs dav. beating the Cubs «-3 an ' ils Bill While tied Ty Cobb 14-1 year old major league rccoi jwilii 14 hits in two consecutiv idoubleheaders. In the American League, tl New York Yankees climbed bat inlo first place, with a 5-:', yield at Washington while Uallimo dropped Detroit to second heal ins the Tigers H-7 in JO nin K s. Boston rapped Clevela l.)-2 the Chicago White Sox ( i foiled Kansas City 4-:i and I j Los Angeles Angels beat Mini i sol a 4-1. .... ' The lieds collapsed as Milwi ;ee ran across four runs in second inning and five j third. Lew Burdcttc U0-0> i in relief. ! Milwaukee had 13 hits off loser i.lim O'Toole (IMP and five rc- Ilicvers, but didn't get an extra- base hil until the eighth inning. Ed Mathcws closed it out with a .solo home run in the ninth White lied Cobb's record of 1912 bv collecting a home run. two triples a double and two singles. 1 soins ':5-for-4 in each game. The Card first baseman was 4-for-a in each of Monday's games against the Cubs. The Cardinals came from be hind in all four games in Inch scries sweep. Home runs by White and Ken Buyer capped a fourrun sixth inning in the opci or against loser Glen Ilobbic ifilOi.' While also doubled in a decisive, threcrun seventh in ning. Reliever Bob Anderson \1\ was Ihe loser. Larry Jackson (5!!> and Bob Gibson' <70> were the winners. matter of FACT tar Hope SPORTS City folk love to RO outdoors after a rain. The air seems clearer, fresher and sweeter. Docs rain purify the air? The U.S. Public Health Service say they found there is almost as much dust and soot in the air during and after a rainfall as before. 11 just doesn't seem like it. 0-5 Uncyclop'.'lin. r.rlt:'iirilo.i Babe Ruth Loop Play Standings — i Little Loop All-$tars Are Listed on Standings Sou'hern Association By THE ASSOCIATBD PRESS in the won it Birmingham u Chattanooga Atlanta Little Hock Shrevepoi'l Macon .Mozilc Nashville W. 5!) 4!) 44 42 43 42 42 4(1 42 Til f>!) 50 5!) Pel. G.B. .SHI) '/a .5-10 'I 1 ; .41)0 .4SI! .42!) .426 i MIAMI, Fla. f/\P>—Kidol Cas llro's 10 prisoner negotiating team; I will return to Havana Sunday but i relatives will continue to appeal | for funds to buy their freedom. j The prisoners were sent to this 'country last month to negotiate the trade of American tractors for aboul 1,200 captives taken in the unsuccessful April 17 inva sion. Weather Alert in One Section LITTLE ROCK i.\Pi—The U.S. Weather Bureau here said a severe thunderstorm alert which covered a portion of Clay County for six hours expired on schedule 'Tuesday night with no reports of ;ing storms. Portions of U.S. to Make Final Plans on Berlin By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON <AP> — President Kennedy announced he making final decisions today 01 U.S. military measures to mce the Soviet challenge to the West cm powers' position in Berlin. Declaring We intend to hono out commitments," Kennedy told a news conference he plans: I L To make a speech to the na-' Nuw York .. lion on the Berlin crisis next ux-rtoil I Tuesday night. 'Baltimore .. 2. To send a report and recom-1 Cleveland .. mediations to Congress Wcdnes- 'Chicago .... Boston will be taken after | Washington Los Angeles W e dncs a ay's Games Atlanta at Macon (2) Birmingham at Mobile Challmioga at Nashville Shreveporl at Ullle Koek TuesdaY's Results Atlanta II, Macon 7 < 10 innings) Birmingham 5, Mobile 0 Chaltanoga II, Nashville 5 Shreveport 4, Little Rock 3 Wedn u sday's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National league W- L...Pet- G.B Cincinnati 5(i '.'A .(>22 — Los Angeles ... 52 37 .51)4 I! 1 San Francisco .47 41 .5154 i! Pittsburgh .... 4',1 '.ill .524 9 Milwaukee .... 41 42 .41)4 IP SI Louis 42 4.-) .4113 12' Chicago 3« . r ,() .432 17 Philadelphia . 2(1 57 .313 2li' TuesdaV's Rcsu'ts St. Louis !!7, Chicago 35 Milwaukee 12. Cincinuali !! Only games Today's Games Milwaukee at Philadelphia (2 twinighU Chicago at Pittsburgh (N> San Francisco at St. Louis <N'i Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N> Thu r sday's Schedule Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N> Chicago at Pittsburgh (N> San Francisco at St. Louis <N' Los Angeles at Cincinnati (N> With two games rcmainin he schedule, the Babe Iluth Lea ^ue's standings are as follows: Hope No. 2 II 2 Hope No. I !1 4 Nashville No, 3 .... 5 « Nashville No. 4 .... 1 12 The Babe Itulh League All-Star learn will begin tournament play at Malvenv on .July 22. This team will play a preliminary game at. Malvern on .July 20 before the , Hot Springs - Arkaclolphia game. iBtif Hope's first tournament game las far as qualifying for the stale ! tournament will be IMV July 22. Although Malvern is in our district, since they are host team in the state tournament, they are not required to play in- the district and therefore the IIopc-Malvern : game will not count as a lotirna .incut, game, and is only being layed as a practice game. Hope has already qualified for he state tournament which will jegin on July 20 at Malvern. The Little League All-Star team for 1 !)01. as picked by team managers and cooc'hcs, is as follows: Larry May, Mike Weslbrook, ijiiio Tommy O'Steen. Tommy Cox and nls Richard Sallee all of Midwest. | Fred Easlcrling, Stanley Pari'is • and Larry York of Pop Kola. Fred Ellis Jr., Dennis Turner, ana' Gail Dixor.' of CBC. Lai'ry Don Wright, Mike Williams and John Henley of Owens. Honorable Mention went to Alan Parris, Mike Dillard, Allan Phillips, Terry Hairr. John Van Riper, Ronny Williams. Thomas Walker, Billy Browr/ing, Mike i Rhodes, Dennis Fuller, and Willie ', Waller. | This team will enter lournamen 'play on July 27 at Hope. On lha ... Idatc Hope will play Smacke.yer, •••flat Hope and Mon-ticello will play Crossell there. The winner of tnu Monticello-Crossctl game will then come to. Hope or 1 Smaekovcr on July 2!!, depending on the winner of 'the Hopc-Smackovcr game. Wednesday, July 19,1961 Shreveport Defeats the Travelers By VERNON BUTLER Associated Press Sports Writer* Doug Gallagher has been having more troubles this season than most of his fellow Birmingham pilchers, but when the big left-hander has a good night he usually makes it a memorable one. He improved his season record to 7-!! last night with a three-hit shutout as the Barons protected their narrow Southern Associating lead with a-u-0 victory over Mobile. Rookie Gallagher also swung a potent bat. He drove in the first two Baron runs with a single in Ihe fourth inning and won his own ball game. It vas his second shutout of the cason. Chattanooga kept the pressure in Birmingham by beating the Nashville Vols ll-n behind thn. strong relief pitching of Lou Dt« jolc. Atlanta remained 4',2 games off the pace by shading Macon 1-7 in 10 innings, and Shreveport climbed into a fourth - place tie with Little Rock by topping the Travs 4-3. York, l, iUS ) _ Howard, New 371!; Cash, Detroit, .35(5. Huns—Mantle, NEW York, «1; Maris, New York, 77. Huns batted in — Maris New York, !J4; Gentile, Baltimore and Mantle, New York, «3. Jlits—Kubck, New York, 109; B. Kobinson Baltimore, 10!',. Doubles — Kubck, New York, 25; Power. Cleveland and Kaline, Detroit, 24. Triples — Wod, Detroit, «; Landis, Chicago, (i. Home runs—Mantle and Maris New York, 35; Killebrew, Minne sola, 27. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chica go, 31; llowser, Kansas City, 2(i. Pilching (based on 7 or more decisions i — Lalman, Cleveland, K-0, 1.000; Ford, New York, 17-2, Strikeouts — Ford New York, Pascual, Minnesota, 115. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FRESO, Calif. - Charles (Tombstone) Smith, 150',., Los Angeles, outpointed Kid Kayo, J49V 2 ', Los Angeles, 10. Halifax N.S.-Buddy Cochrane 100, Boston, knocked out 'Benin. Stone, 153, Spryfield, N.S., 3. Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes -. form-,!! ;severe thunderstorms Allies of aiding a_nd the sinister forces which start another war. any clama u . „ Missouri and Tennessee also were j day. 'included in the danger zone of the These steps jS which had warned of a few ! consul, at Ions with Britain, France Am B r'can League W.. L- Pet. G.B . 5!! 30 .()5i) — . 5!) 32 .041! ' . 50 41 .54!) . 4i) 43 .533 . 40 47 .495 .. 44 41! .47!! Lake Superior was discovered in 1023 by a Frenchman named Brule. Western Allies of aiding a»<'jij n to the Communist East Ger abetting the sinister forces which j man 1 . c gi mc unless the West seek to start another war." | joined in a peace treaty with both It is no coincidence that the;\vest and East Germany. ____ _ _ new? that the Western powers) East Germany's official ADN j posc( | O f his chief diplomatic are opposed to the signing of a | news agency lashed out at the | mMitnl . v ndvisnrs. Ge-man peace treaty is being i stand taken in the notes, deelar acc'.'-npanied in the United States ; ing that none of the Western A bv an unprecedented war hyster: HCS grasped the fact that West i;i." the broadcast said. i Berlin is in territory belonging The Western notes rejected'to" East Germany. Premier Khrushchev's threat to; Western Europe agreed gene !-i-n a -(-.parate peace treaty with';ally that the Big Three had giscn Fa-t Grmanv and turn over con (the Soviet Union fair warning on trol of -uppfy routes to West Ber the Berlin question. and other NATO allies lalei week. The decisions on action, Kennedy toltl his news conference, will come at a meeting this afternoon of the National Security Council, the top policy-making body com- and advisors. At the same time the President issued a ncsv appeal to the Soviet government to reconsider" its course on Berlin and turn aside from a path which could lead to war. Minneola ... Kansas City .. • Tuesday's Los Angeles 4, 0 50 .444 I!!! 53 .111 37 53 .411 , . 33 57 .307 Results Minnesota 1 National League Batting (based on 175 or more l,ats) _ Clemcnte, Pittsburgh, 7; Robinson, Cincinnati and on, Los Angeles, .340. 1I U11S _ Mays, San Francisco\ ; Robinson, Cincinnati, 731 unbattcd in — Ccpccla an ....•• runcisco, lil; Robinson, Cincin- ili, 70. _ Pinson, Cincinnati and lemcnlc, Piltburgh; 115; Robison, Cincinnati and Mays, San 'rancisco, 107. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati 3; Mays, San Francisco, 22. Triples — Altman, Chicago, U; Clemcnte, Pittsburgh, 8. Home Businessman, Banker Dies NEWARK, Ark. (AP)-Williaii Joe Frec/e, 72. banker and businessman, died at his home here Tuesday. He was president of the Newark Bank, operated Free/e Brothers Mercantile Store here and owned the Frec/e Brothers Angus Farm and Freezer Brothers Grain Elevator. He was president of the Newark School Board for 13 years. Survivors include his widow and two sons of Newark and a daughter of Duncan, Okla. Funeral was scheduled here today. LITTLE ROCK (API—Here is a shing forecast from the Arkanas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maurnellc: Water clear nd normal. Bass fair on arti- icial bait. Crappie fair on min- lows. Bream fair to good o(j crickets and worms. Lake Bull Shoals: Catfish fail- on worms. • ^ Lake Catherine: Water condi* tions good. Bass and bream fair. Lake Greespn: Water high and dingy. White' bass fair on artificial bait. Lake Ouachita: water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial and live baits. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Lake Hamilton: Water conditions good. All fishing fair on all bails. >!r Lake Norfork: No report. Arkla Workers Reject Union EL DORADO, Ark. (AP>—Proposed representation by the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union was rejected K-G Tuesday by employes of the Arkansas-;., Louisiana Gas Co. dislribulioif plant here. The election was supervised by the National Labor Relations Board. Cisco, 27; Ccpeda, San Francisco, Stolen bases — Aaron, Milwaukee, 15; Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati 14. Pilching (based on 7 or more — decisionsT-Pndrcs, Los Angeles, .name ol a motorist they bad .10-2," .1133; Miller, San Francisco, hailed for speedm" 7-2,' .778.' Ticket Given to Safety First SANTA MONICA, Calif. 'AP> —Traffic officers here asked the , Strikeouts — Koufax Los Angles, 150; Williams, Los Angeles, Said the driver: Safety First.' 1 Then he produced a driver's license issued to Safety First, 07, of 1427 Camdcn Dr. STRAW HATS Rcq. 55.95 & $6.95 Values SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S SUITS 54.00& $5.00 Values »295 '/< LOT SUMMER V>^ • I»W • rfwi»"" — •SLACKS MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED For This CLEARANCE ifMRT P.URN WASHINGTON 'AP> — President Kennedy called a meeting of the Jiont Chiefs of Staff for today j and the National Security Council i for Wednesday to canvass Che iui-| tions military ability in the face '• of Soviet threats to world peace. I I The meetings are the windnp • phases of an urgent military study. Kennedy asked the Pentagon j to take another leok al military ) powcrn particularly of a conven- I tional typen more than a week 1 ago. i The White House said the red I i view should be finished by late this week. The actions followed Soviet cle- ! mands over Berlin and Hussius I decision to halt a reduction of its military manpower and increase its defense budget by a third. No topics of discussion were an; licenced for Ihe 3 p.m. Klfl' M.-S! sion with the Joint Chiefs of staff —a session announced belalcdlym Bu it he military review obviously was coming in for attention. An presidential press secretary Pierre Salinger saidn "I understand the study is one ef Ihe things to be discussed tonioi rov, afternoon v. hen Kennedy brims : the National Security Council K. the White House. On Capite.1 Ililln Sen. Koberl-oi 'iJ-Va'n acting chairman of ; Senate Defense Appropriation Committee .-aid Kennedy inform ci him that the world cri-i is 'a very real one" and that I supplemental appropriations h: : would be -,cnt to Cengres-- bclui the weekend. I (jiving no details of the bi! |{obcrt-,on said a top level eo tcieriec would be held un i Wednesday. Boston 9, Cleveland 2 New York 5, Washington 3 Chicago 4, Kansas City 3 Baltimore it, Detroit 7—10 nings TodaY's Games New York at Washington i twi-nighti i Boston at Cleveland (2-lwi-nighl ; Minnesota at Los Angeles jtwi-nighf) | Kansas City at Chicago (N) i Baltimore at Detroit iN> Thursday's Schedule Baltimore at Detroit Boston at Cleveland (N) Only games scheduled. Chicago 4, Kansas City Baltimore 11, Delroil 7 nings TofaVs Games MAJOR LEAGUE STARS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS jilting—Bill White Cards, tied Ty Cobb's 411-year-old record of M" hits in two consecutive doubleheaders by collecting a home run, two triples, a double and two singles in eight trips in 8-3 and 7-3 sweep over Cubs. Pitching—Ken McBride. Angels, struck out 11 and allowed seven hits for eighth complete game. more than the rest of the staff combined, in 4-1 victory over Twins. MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International Leagu e Syracuse l>-4, Rochester 1-:: Richmond 3, Jersey City 0—13 innings Buffalo li, Toronto 4 Columbus 4. Charleston U Pacific Coast League Hawaii 5. Salt l^kc City innings I Vancouver !». 1'oilland I Spokane 5. Seattle 3 > Tacoma li. San Uiego 3 : Ame r ican Association No game.-, scheduled MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,: Amer'can League i Batting 'bused on 17i or more are the experts in home financing? Injured Savings and Loan Associations, like ours, are specialists in the home loan field. These associations make more home loans than all other financial institutions combined. This means that you can count on expert help from us, when you need a home loan. You will receive friendly advice and assistance from people who know this community, and who know home financing. •INSURED Come in and see us when you want a home .^r-r-. 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