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Sugar Roy Agrees To Take Shot At Third Boxing Title New York-(P)-Does Sugar Ray Robinson rate with super champs like Bob Fitzsimmons and Henry Armstrong? Boxing fans will get the answer .June 23 at Yankee Stadium when Robinson, former welterweight champ and current middleweight king, gets a crack at Joey Maxim's lightheavyweight crown in a 15- lound bout. If Robinson succeeds, he will become the third man in history to hold three division championships. Fitfc won the middle, heavy and light heavy in that order. Hammering Henry held the feather light and welter titles simultane ously. Sugar Ray had to give up his welter crown the night he knocked out Jake LaMotti lo win the 160' pound title. He probably will have to vacate the middle chimpionship for a crack at Maxim. But, ii ne wins the light heavy, he migh' . give it up and return to his own middleweight division after he gives Maxim the required return , bout within 90 days. . Robinson, playing the reluctant dragon, finally broke, down and t accepted the Maxim-match yesterday, -.according to Jinr Norris International Boxing Club president. The managers 1 --George Gainford (Hoblnson) and Jack Kearns · (Maxim) always were in favoh . Both fighters arc due to show up today to sign an official contract before the New York State i Athletic Commission. NCAA lo Hold Investigation At Kentucky Lot Angeles-(/P)-The Inquiring eye of the National Collegiate Athletic Association was cast to' day toward the University of. Kentucky, whose »thletic program has been deicribed .by .a. New York judge as a commercial enterprise NCAA President Hugh Willett said machinery has been set in motion to determine whether Kentucky .was in violation of the constitution -and by-laws of the association. The school itself asked for a full investigation. Judge Saul.Strett prompted the inquiry when he dealt suspended sentences to three former Kentucky cage stars. The three--placed on indefinite probation--were Alex Groza, Ralph Beard and Dale Barnstable. Judge Street said, ''The university and t h e ' · basketball coach (Adolph Rupp) must share the responsibility with the fixers for corrupting. and demoralizing these defendants." He charged football and basketball at the school have been "commercial enterprises'.' a--\ that there had been "cribbing at examinations" and - "Illegal - recruiting." j President H. L. Donovan of the university said the school hoped to reply late today to the judge's charges. He also sent telegrams to the NCAA, the Southeastern Conference and the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary NORTHWEST MKANSAS TIMES. Faydtovilk, Arkama*,. Timday, May 6, 19S2 Giants Down Cubs To Stay Ahead Of Bunts In National Chicago-m-The New York Giants won- their llth game in Jieii- bst 12 starts :ist'.rday by outlasting the Chicago Cubs, 3-2. The Giants had to overcome a 2-0 lead and a brilliant pitching effort by Paul Minner in scoring the win. Hammerin' Hank Sauer had belted the Cubs to a lead with a triple and a single, each to right field with the Giants shifted far to the left, and each hii drove in a run. Minner. had a norhittcr going until the fifth. Then with two out Alvin Dark singled and Wes Westrum followed with a home run to tie the score. The , winning tally, which enabled the Giants to .maintain a naif-game lead in the National League, came in the sixth frame. Minner bobbled a bunt by Whitcy Lockman and then .surrendered a triple to Bobby Thompson. » York t, Chkag. i HEW YORK CHICAGO ab r h ab r h Williams, 2b 4 0 OIRam'z'ttl. 2b '4 1 1 Lockm'n. Ib 3 1 Oi-AddlB, cf 2 1 0 Thomson. 3b 3 0 lla-Eciwardi Elliott. II Oiering, H days, c! Mueller, if Dark, li Westrum. c iearn, p Kennedy, p Totals 4 0 OlJerfcoat, c I 0 0 0 0 0 03'mholtz, r( 4 0 OSftuer, If 4 0 1 Jackson, 31) 4 1 1 Atwell, c 2 1 1 Chit! e l o t ) I'ondy, Ib 2 0 0|b-Serena Brinkopf, u Minner, p 31 3 4 Total. 4 0 1 Washington Wallops Hornsbyifien, 13-1 Washington-WtVPlayers obtained by the Senators in a recent trading binge continued to sparkle as the Nats humbled the skidding St. Louis' Browns, 13-1 yesterday. Frank Shea, the big pitcher that the Yanks finally gave up on, ptr- mitted only fpUr Kits in the ejght innings he worked. -He retired in the eighth with a cramped finger. Meanwhile Jackie Jensen a n d Archie Wilson, also c;i -Yanks, were leading a batting attack that routed the Browns' see Ned Carver in the first'two inningi. It was the fifth straight loss for the Browns. Shea, who was able to work only four innings during the spring and none since then, was wild but apparently had no trouble with soreness in hi» arm. WartlHftM U, fl. LMh 1 »T. LOUIS WAtHIMCTOH WINNING WAYS ·His- · · By Alan Mover ab r h 4 0 2 a o o Yott. 3b nelsing, cf Marion, in Rojek, H Schmeei. If Nlemui. if - 2 0 0 vernon, ib Kryhoski, Jb 4 0 1 Runnels, M Courtney, c · - - - - - Thorn*!, 3b . - - « Busby, cf 2 0 0 J.n»n. rf · Wilson. If 5 0 1 Younf, 2b Garver. p aRapp Fannin, p Bearden. p cWright 4 0 2 1 Tottll 4 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 It i 3 0 0 312 5 1 » ° Michaels, 2b | J ° Orasno, c i 6 6 NeW1M 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 1 5 Total! ·b r h 4 I 1 4 J 2 3 9 1 5 1 3 5 0 1 4 1 1 5 2 2 S I) 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 S» 13 19 Schools asking a full investigation. Robb Riled, Resigns Cincinnati - (IP) - Scotty Robb, fined last week after a run-in with Cards' Manager Eddie Stan' ky, resigned as National League umpire. How They Stand By The Associated Presi .NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet New York 12 4 .750 Brooklyn 11 4 .733 Cincinnati 12 6 .067 Chicago 11 7 .611 , St. Louis 9 8 .500 Boston 7 12 .368 Philadelphia 5 11 .313 Pittsburgh 3 17 .150 Monday's Results Brooklyn 5 Pittsburgh 1 called end eighth inning, rain New York 3 Chicago 2 (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Boston 12 5 .706 Cleveland 12 7 .632 Washington _,, 9 7 .563 St. Louis . 9 9 .500 New York 8 8 .500 Chicago 7 10 .412 Philadelphia 6 9 .400 Detroit · 4 12 .250 Monday's Results Cleveland 4 Boston 2 JO innings Washington 13 St. Louis 1 (Only games scheduled) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION a--Grounded out for AddiB in Btfe b--Struck out for Fondy in flth. New York 000 0!1 060-Chicago 101 000 000-i:--Minner, KB*--Sausr 2, Wcstru . Thomson. 3B--Sauer, Thomson. K --Westrum. SB--Lockman. DP-- Ktn nedy, Dark and Lockman; Addis, Fon dy and Jackson. Left--New York Chicago 5. DB--Hcarn 3, Minner -Hearn Z, Minner 6. Kennedy IO--Hcarn 4 in 2% inninfi; Kennec in 6',i. R ER--Hearn 2-2. Mirtne -2; Kennedy 0-0. W--Kennedy (1-0 L--Minner (2-1). U--tjuglielmo, Con an, Qoro, Stewart. T--2:12. A--9,47 Dodger Home Runs Sink Pirates, 5-1 Pittsburgh -(#)- Andy Pafk W Mobile ____________ 15 New Orleans _______ 17 Chattanooga ------- 15 Atlanta ___________ 14 Nashville _____ , _____ 11 Birmingham . ..... 11 Little Rock ... ..... 9 Mtmphls __________ 5 Monday't Retulti Atlanta 10 New Orleans 6 NaahvilU 6 Little Rock 5 Cbattanoof. n Memphis 7 Birmingham 8 Mobile 7 Pet. .652 .630 .600 .580 .478 .440 .409 .208 slammed his seventh 1 home ru of the year yesterday to pace th Brooklyn Dodgers to a 5-1 victor over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Bai halted the game at the end o eight innings. The Dodgers' big first basemai Gil Hodges came out of a battin, slump to hoist one over the fence too. It was his first four-bagge of the year and came with tw men on. Ralph Branca was th winner, scattering four hits. Bo Friend was the loser--his fourth of the season against one win. Braklyn i, PitBIMirfh 1 BROOKLYN PITTHUHaH ab r h Kosho'k', H 4 I Furillo, rf 4 0 olBarti'e. Ib ~ 4 0 IjHower'n. rf 3 0 SjKiner, If 4 0 0 Garag'a, c 4 2 2|Merson. 2b 3 1 OiDGreco, cf 3 2 llCastig'o, 3b 4 o 2 Friend, p 2 0 0 aMetko'h Main, p bBerd Waugh. p 31 5 8 Totals Cox, 3b Robin'n, 2b Campan'u, i Pafko. If Snider, cf Hodges. Ib Reese, ss Branca, p Totals 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 - 3 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 26 1 4 a--Plied out for Friend In 5th. b--Walked for Main in sth. Brooklyn 010 310 00--5 Pittsburgh 000 000 01--1 (Eight innings--Rain). E--Carat' ' ·aglola, M e r s o n, Koshorek RBI--Reese, Hodges 3, Palko. 2BH-- Cox. Del Greco, Castlgltone. 3BH-- Reese. HR--Hodges, Pafko. SB--Reese S--Branca. DP--Reese. Robinson Hodges: Mcrson. Koshorek and Bar- tiromc; Hodges and Reese. LOB-Brooklyn 6. Pittsburgh 4. BOB--Friend 3, Branca 3. SO--Friend 2, Branca 7 Main 4. HO--Friend 7 In 5 innings Waugh, 0 in 0; Main. 1 in 3. R ER- Friend, 5-5; Main. 0-0; Waugh 0-0 Branca, 1-1. \V--Branca (2-1). L-Friend fl-4). U--Gorman. Donaielli Ballanfant and Barloek. T--2:02. A-3.652. Bowling Tri-State Sales Company headed into the final week of the season with a safe lead in the Monday Ladies Bowling League. The record company ladies were nine full games ahead of second-place Silverman's. In action last night last place Benton's Snack Bar took high series 2372 In beating Ozark Cleaners. Campbell-Bell had a high team single of 8S7. Norma Benton, Sllverman's, rolled a 542 to top individual series scores and Dona Bogan )i«d a 214 single. League eland Ings: Tri-State ----------------- 73 32 Silvermim's ------------ 84 HI Wall St. Esso ____________ £8 47 Ward's Ice Cream ------- S7 41 Oiark Cleaner __________ 94 51 Holium Bread . ......... M St Campbell-Bell .. ........ 4« St O.K.-Milady ____________ 41 «! Benton'l Snack _____ ...... 4) 61 The tcmpcrntiirc of th of bird* Is hither than tint *t mimmiUa, i a--Grounded out for Carver in third. b--Flted out for Fannin in MVtntH. c--Walked for Betrden In ninth. St Louis 000 000 100-- 1 Waihington 350 J02 lOx--U . I--Carver. RBI--Wllion, 5, Vernon 3, Ehia, Busby, Jensen, Michaels. Or»«- 10. Delllng. !B--Yc«t, Shas, Young. Jensen, Wilson, Culling, SB--V«rnon. DP--Michaels, Runnels, and Vemon; Young. Rojek ana Kryhoiki. LOB-St. Louis 11, Wtliilnjtor. 7. BOB-Garver 1, Shea 8, Fannin 2, Beardtn 2, Newsom 1. SO--Shea 7. Fannin 3. HO--Garver 8, In 2 Innlnci; Finnin 7 in 4: Bearden 0 in 2: shea 4 In 7!i; Newsom 1 in 154. R ER--Garver 7-6; Flnnln 3-5; Bcarden 0-1; Shea 1-1. WP--Fannin, Shea, Bearden. PB-Courtney 2. W--Shea (1-0); L--Carver (E-2). U--Grieve. Paparella. McOOWan and Napp. T--2:40. A--f,22, PATTY ERG TO HAVE OFF THE EFFECTS A OPERATION WNftlNB -WAYS rve OftlttN* OPEN PROKStl LEG PUr ft or HI us *rof Titf CHUNKY WHO'f fletf ORLEANS SHOULP HELP /firtte cofiriNU/N Tine . Indians Squeeze Past Bosox, 4-2 B03ton-(/P)-The Cleveland Indians staged a dramatic finish to win n key game from the.front- running Red Sox yesterday, 4-2, in 10 innings. Bobby Avila hom- ered in the extra frame and was followed by a pair of triples and a single. And at that the Sox almost made a comeback in the last of the 10th.' Clyde Vollmer homered for the Sox and was 'allowed by Oom DiMaggio's double. But then Early Wynn, who had relieved Bob Lemon, struck out Don Lenhardt ;.nd Walt Dropo to end tbe inning. Mel Parnell started for t'-.e Bos- Ion team and held a 1-0 lead going into the eighth. He allowed a run in the eighth and had two out and the bases empty in the 10th before the roof fell in. tvelMrt «, (Mlm 2 CLIVILAHD ab r h Simpson, cf Avila, 2b losan, 3b toone, ss *ltche!l. H Frldley, rf Easter. Ib Tebbets, e legan. c ^emon, p Kennedy Wynn. p BOSTON a b r h 5 0 2 DIMag'o, cf i 1 2 3 1 1 Piersali, M 2-0 1 5 1 2 dLenhardt 1 0 0 4 1 2 gStephens, If 4 0 0 5 0 1 eDropo 1 0 0 4 0 0 V . Stcph't. 3b 0 0 0 S 0 0 Hatfleid. Jb 2 0 0 3 0 1 Goodm'n, Ib 4 0 1 0 0 0 Jh'be"?. r' 1 0 Oi w ood. rf 2 0 0 Lepclo. 2b 4 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 Total. bPesky Parnalt, p Kinder, p Delock. p cVollmer 37 4 5 Totals 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 35 2 7 a--Popped out for Lemon In 8th. b--struck out for White In 10th. c--Homered for Beioctt in 10th. d--Struck out for Pierian in 10th. e-- Struck out for G. Stephens in Oth. Cleveland 000 000 010--3 4 Boiton 100000000--12 E--Lepclo. Plercall. RBI--O. Bleph- ns. Vollmer. Boone 2. Avila, Mitchell. BH-DIMa««Io. 3BH-Ro«en. Boohe. HR--Avila, Vollrner. SB--DiMagaio, ^lenatl. S--Plersnll, Lemon. Dp-- Pierian, Lepclo and Goodman 2: Lep- lo. Piersnll and Goodman. LOB-- leveland 9. Boiton 7. BOB--Parnell Delock 1. Lemon 2. Wynn 1. So--' arnell 2, Delock !. Ltmon J, Wynn HO--Lemon, 4 In 7: Wynn, a in S; arnell 7 in 9U; Kinder, 2 in 0 {faced batten): Delock. 0 In ',',. R M-- emon. W--Wynn (4-1). L-Parn»ll :-M. U--McKlnlay, Soar, Duffy, Sum- lera. T--2:4». A--«,!23. Bradley Hands Hogs Loss, H Carpenter Homers For Razorbacks · The Arkansas R a z o r b a c k s couldn't hold ''te Bradley batters in check yesterday in the first of two gnmes with th,e Braves at Peoria 111., losing, 9-3. It was the seventh loss of the year for Arkansas and its third in four games on the current road trip. The ttims play again this afternoon. A four-run second inning was the downfall of the Porkers. With two outs the Braves loaded the bases on a single, a hit batsman and a walk. Then Hog pitcher Walter Keams walked a run In and surrendered a triple that scored three more. Louie Carpenter, Arkansas first baseman, lofted a two-run homer for his team in the fourth. Bob Warren, who had singled ahead of him, scored on the blow. The line score: Arkansas 001 200 000--3 7 8 Bradley HO 112 OOx--: Batteries: Arkansas -- Kearns and Wilkerson; Bradley--Stamp, Hattield (4) and Robertion. Hale Leading In Individual Match Bowling Tourney G. R. Hale and Bill Graue ranked a close one-two with slightly more than half the schedule for the Individual Match Game Bowling Tournament in the books. Bale's lead has been Reined through consistency while Graue lias almost kept pace with an occasional hot streak. Fred Rouse is third. Next Friday night .and Sunday atfernoon will see the completion of the tourney. The standings: Won G. R. Hale 8 Bill Graue 6 Fred Rouse 8 Jess Benton 6 Jack Lineback _ \Vi 2099 Otto Gage 5V4 1968 Col. Neilson ._ C Virgil Jackson--5 A.A.A. Golf, Net Meets To Be Held Friday At Capital Little Rock - (0* - State prep school golf and tennis meets here Friday will close a busy athletic year for the Arkansas Athletic Association. Big Six and Class A division schools will compete in golf and tennis with awards for team and individual competition in both. The golf tournament will be lielrt at the ftlverdale Country Club and the tennis meet at Lamar Porter Field for Class A and at Little Rock High School for Big Six entries. Arkansas State Approved Little Rcck-t/Pj-Arkansas Slnlc College at Joncsboro has benn approved by (no U. S. Offlrc of Education as an institution for teachers of vocational agriculture. £ardi Trade Munger Pittsburgh-l.T'J-The St, Louis lardinals Iradccl pitcher George Munger lo Pittsburgh for pitcher Bill Werle. Pins 2180 2185 1944 2038 PtS. 51.60 49.30 46.88 ·16.76 46.48 44.82 44.70 43.64 Thi Babi Wini Open Fresno, Calif.-(/p)-Babe Didrickson Zaharfas captured the Fresno Women's Open with a 54-hole total of 226. 1935 1932 Keep o wun tbi U» TiMIS daily. time -read NO KID--Kid Nichols, celebrating his 83rd birthday, stands beside a portrait of himself taken in 1899, when he was pitching for the Boston Nationals. The Hall-of-Famer. who weighed no more than 130 pounds, won 360 games in the majors, fanned 1805. (NEA) May Sports Card May t--Arknniai baseball tMm i. Bradley, at Peoria, 111. Ar- inau *·»·!· team n. T»Ua, her*: May 7--ArKaniu baieball tiam l. lllinoli, at Champaign, III. May t-10--Southwell Confer- Mce.Truck meet it Dillai. South. mt Caottnnci golf mut it allii. May l*-.ArkMMM TrMk Itur n. OkUkmu A. M4M., t«rt. A quttn b«« tMiinlmn layi at uch at hw own walfht Id ttfi durlnf «itotf* day. i M nm t M i m r » 4 tun tu Bears Lose; So Do Pels In Southern By The Aiioctated Preii The skidding Mobile Bears can thnnk Atlanta's Crackers for the load they hold today in the Southern Association. While the Bruins were dropping throe straight to Birmingham, Atlanta was administering two beatings to the second place New Orleans Pelicans. And the fur is expected to fly tonight when Mobile Invades Crarkcrliind. The Brooklyn farmhands will send Wade Browning to the mound to match tosses with Atlanta's Jnck Brlttln. who Is seeking his first win of the season. He has lost one. Last night Birmingham beat the Bears, 8-7, Atlanta whipped New Orleans, 10-6, Nashville edged Little Rock, 6-5, and Chattanooga made it 10 defeats In the last 12 games .for Memphis, 11-7. Southpaw Bert Flammlnl racked up his second win of the season at the-Travelers' expense. : Bama Ray blasted a homer for Sfaley Feels He's Been 'W In Winning Five Straight Games St. Louls-MVI'v* Ju»! been lucky »o far," Gerry Stalcy syt I of his five victories thli ytar. "The boys hive bteri with' me, they've been playing good bull behind me." The St. lault Cardinal right- hander is the first and only burl- *r In either league to post that many triumphs this (eason, and he has a 10-gamo v/innlng streak running from last Auguit, His latest victory was a 4-3 decision over the , Boston Braves Sunday. He needed help from A! Erazle in the final ttaecs, the third j time ihe lefthander has success-' fully handled this chore for his trnmmate this year. Whnt started Stalfy off on this string? "More rest." he replied promptly. "Early last year J was pitching every three or lour d»ya. Many of our pitcnerp were sick. Then late in the summer things got better und I wai pitching only once a week." Stalcy, J7, who came to 1h« the Vols In the fourth with M»r Jaslnkl on bate. Cardinal! from their Columbug, Ohio, farm club htc In 1*47, totted a 19-11 record In US!. It WM the first full season tic broke away from » .500 hurlinf record. Wf e»rned run average dropped from 4.98 in 1950 to 3.81 last year. No*r he Is allowing an average of 2.1»-- iO earned runt in 41 inningi. "The batters on the other clubs are just as tough now ax they eve/ were," the former . lumberjack said. "The difference now is they are hitting the ball to omeorie. When they hit through I hole you aren't going to get them out ·"That's why 1 say I'm lucky. Anyone would like to keep · victory string like this going, anj] I'm no exception. But the day will come when I just don't have, it, and they'll hit through tbt hoifa. That'll be it." . 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