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National Open Entry List Largest In History Wew York-i/Pi-ifs getting hard-* . «n:-l hsrtlc-r for a fe'.io-.v tr, K tt · a big e n ( r v ,,,,, vpar w h f n w( M( · trot in- the United States Open. a rc;ord high u f ' i . M l . This tlmeGol: C l i a m n l n n r h i p and this year · a!!o\vinj for a recount t h a t may vary it about five in either direc- lyn--we have 1,700 entries." So it's a new rcc-orrt high for the i-r-riT.d year in a row for the an- n i i i i l t o u r n a m e n t scheduled for the ·'1 Club in Dallas on June only about one in 12 players whu try for it will .make Ihe grade. Entries c're.;d yc.;U-rc;ay ami when Joe Dey of tho United Stales Golf Association finished t a b u - lating them, he mopped his brow · nd Mid: "Whew! Ami we thoufiht we had ll'-M and w!iei j e it will end no | Tonife 7:45 - 5:54 MONA FREEMAN EDWARD ARNOLD IN DEAR BRAT WITH __BjHy^DsWolf Also News and Cartoon Starts Wednesday Double Feature Pony Rides ·^-Miniature Golf ·jlfMbnkey Village ·^-Playground OldfimersCome Throu?!i For Red Sox Again Boudrecw's Boston Veterans Squeeze Past Detroit, 3-2 DetroiW/PI-The oldtirners were ' back at it again yestrrday as the ' Red Sox' manager. Lou Boudreau, ' left his y o u t h movement .on the | bench the second straight day. ; Detroit Tigers.' [jiorttpfBt Arkansas 3Hmt* SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, Foyartevllle,, Tuesday, May 20, 19S2 I'or the ordinary guy. though, i ' ' ^ Koin^ to be tough. There fire 1B2 pl.icej in the Championship, I but 2(| of them will be filled by ; t h ? his boys who qualify atlto-. maticaily. That leaves 133 plac«! f"r -i- 1 ! ?sser known hopefuls to shiiot for. i'5 qualifying round will b? held on May 26, but the other ' ?7 r e g i o n a l tests will "oe on Mon- riay, June 2. Dey said officials ·-^'.v.. ...- .=.....·..*. have to go over the lists of en-'Bosox nipped the ~ - .. ft ».^. tries a?ain before they decide how 3-2, to move Into a virtual tie for many places to allot each section.' second place with the Washington That probably will be announced | Senators. next week. j Tn , w j n , credited to rookie Of the players who are exempt; pitcher Bill Henry, was earned from qualifying are the former, and preserved by veterans of the champions, the low 20 and ties in i Boston roster. Walt Drooo and last year's tournament, the teur champion and the PGA holder. Ben Hogan Is the defe champion in this one, Sam ,,..,,.. the FGA winner and Billy Max- -,. h . 0 ,j4i_ o r . -i, v .ri inTM - · --- --- - · · · , · · well the a m a t e u r kingpin. Besides ',,,,,. ,,,' th " ..cond straight I h a 3 Poised he will keep this in Hncan. the other 10 former cham- -TM un P^ s 'or^tne sec.o_nd Etraient m l n d ( h e nfx{ tim . Drfss?n ge , in his hair. If Jack Hurley, who has done a ma?terful job of hallyhooing Harry Matthews, permlfs his fljhter to get In the same ring with Rocky Mardsno this summer, as the IBC proposes, he ivill not be »s smart aa we thought him to be. Maglie Blinks BUGS For Seventh Win, 441; Wood, Lawson Little, Gary Mid. .-., an ar teur. Olin Dutrs, who resides ,, ,, "' ,'"«' "=·"" youngsters for the second straight Hngan, the other W former cham- ,, f n , h f j , d , spiked by pirns are .Gene oarazen, Craig shortstop Vern Stephens the; Sox Wnnrt T awsnn T . i f t . o Pan- MiH- . . . . . . . . . \. ,. · _ . . . T _ ; - - * 11 ""! riopQd off four double-plays, three dlecoff, Lvans Jr., an ami-; ,,,' them j n the fir! , three i n n i n g s SPORTS ROUNDUP Dressen Asking For I! When He Encouraged Hodges To Bait Umps By GAVLE TALBOT | For m a t t e r , we cannot ex- New York-UP) - Capsule com-.Plain why there are not more of *"**· | th"m in the big leagues. The Yankee* are In aerlou* trouble when they have to bring !rv Nor;n In from cen!erflel« t« play first bas» and Manager Taie.v Stengel l?Iks about turning VI* Kaschl Into a relief pitcher. Cleveland might win II h,v eight or 10 pjtines. Sports writers in from the Midwest speak gloomily of the New York-',rVThe leven Na-»- tional League rivals of the New York Glints were wondering today if S«l (The Birb«r) Maglie Ii ever foin| la be b««t«n. And you can't bl«m* tht Pi'.tiburih Pinlii If they ihiki th«lr heads in «n emphatic negative manntr. The 3S-yt«r-old n g t u h a n d « r , from Millar* Falli, N. Y.. hasn't been beaten thli ytir. He'a rick- ' td up seven victoriw to run hit und«!tit«d jtrlng o\er two- year «pan to 10. H« has met ind. whipp«6 »!l except the St. Louis. Cardinals ind Chicago Cubs. In (12 Innings on the mound, h t ' has a!ln\v»d only seven eirned Th« Little Rock GaMtte'i «dl-» torlal column yrsterday carried a comment on the recent panty raidn that have been sweeping tht nation's Institution* of higher education. The editorial took note of r"n. for the enviable average of w i t h no girls dormit'nrles'fo Mid.' ' s t a t e d a riot over Pogo, the comic The Pirates have * special rea-1 strip o'possum. and his campslgn son^fpr wondering if Majlia u u n - , J o r the presidency. seven hits yesterday in one i vard students staged a r a l l y "fn tnree games played in the support of Pngo «nd were rudelv majors it marled the 1.1th s t r a i g h t : interrupted by , group oj ant - l.m, the curvrt.ll ac. h« L u r n - j P o , o student, The G.un, com. m « ntl!(l ;h " » '»»nd it surprising that Pogo had any me* «,, · t, . u ,, ,_, v, ., i r !'And outfielder Don Lenhardt Mexico, Ralph Guldahl, Uoyd, m a d , ' !ch ' 0 , j ,,,, . Mangrum, Tony Manero and Lou Gorth . s hid for an ?xtra bas? . hiJ , in the fourth. Hard-luck Art at- ed back the cellar-dwelling Bucs. Third baseman Bobby Thomson supplied the Kitting power Jorj'mlei season It put the Giants b°a'ck l n | p o g r ' .'"""oba'l'v" 1 ','"'^' a tie for first place with the Dod-' Pngo's «ers. who played a 1-1 tie w i t h ' the Cubs in a game called by rain pf the seventh. Thomson droie In tjl of the champions' tuns with a ripubte. \Vorsham. Come in and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. Weil Fork, Ark. I tendance figures at their horn parks. Something, they say, has become of the entertainment dollars. The family parties'of three., ,.-·,. ,.- --i --,-and four. In particular, ar, miss-1 ,.%*S.*"TM**.y}? !f ve ?.«:V; real politic;!! p U t ' o r m -unacquainted with the charming personality 0 .' the lilt!* o'posuim --and c e r t a i n l y a; pu^rly informed as r-e Ojzette writer who referred to the Pogn campaign buttons as: "Go for Pop" buttons. - ,--- .- ,~~w ... W .».. L -| Under such circumstances it Is hit ltta,ck on Howje Pallet, Bob, a t r i b u t e to his u n p e a l t h a t th. Fri-rid and Ted Wllks. Pollet was i G»i»tt! found its way clear to and two singles to pace an elght- Kid Malttiewi Scow Decision Over Layne Portland. Or«.-(jP)-Harry (KM) M a t t h e w s of Seattle clear** hii first msjor heavyweight h(Ml« here lait night, punching «ut * 10-round decision over Rex tiyt*, 198, Lewliton, Utah. Layne was the flrit haavrwelAe. of reputation that Manhfvi *had met. ' ' · manager. Jack Hurlfy, ««14 a f t e r the fight he hoped t? sign Matthew; for a match twi^tim* In July with Rocky MaceUnf. the Brockton, Ma»., belter who knocked out Joe Louli. Everyone welcome. larl) Dinner and Carnivfl. tun _^ all. St. Joseph's Catholic Chuflh. Tuesday, May 20, from 1 te»0 m. with his Mth defeat .... Houtleman was on the hill for DetroH and he yielded only six hits, but couldn't get the "old pros" from Boston out when it counted. Boston took a I 1-0 lead in the second when Voll me scored on Dropo te,red hits, all {ingles'. He walked one. and fanned I'lx to run hii ' - ' ~ J -- ' ' ' t, 42 strike- Bpb on I because someone had fouled up her scorecard and s^ic had inno- ·r sing'e'd anj"stole second, then ccn "y signed It was all out of pro-, red on Dropo's single to cen- ' P" rt 'TM- She was the. one who call-! ) er . I e( * t n c i r a t t e n t i o n to the error. I t ' ^ . was e q u a l l y silly when Byron Xel- · thingrup"as"Lenhardrdoubred'"to ' TM n , ' ° M h a n ( 'j e " : h ^'"Pion ; hip open the frame. Stephens s.irtfed , ^ aus; hls c a d d y st °PP e(1 on h l s him to third and be scored on ! Vollmcr's long fly. Billy G n n d m a n j fial-' ymmgstrr hasn't run ' p t , but it's - - -enth the *, wrapped ; TM ^^ l ^^^^^^^..^ fl support him. Country Club pro Z^qder juit completed · try the National to be held it J u n e l». Thf q u i l i f y - ' ·t quajifylqi for PGA Tournament WATCH THIS S P A C E For Daily Bargains WEDNESDAY'S VALUE NEW UV8NG ROOM SUITE Regular Price, $219.95 WEDNESDAY'S PRICE $159.95 SMITH RADSO APPLIANCE* , ' --* -- -v.* ...^ : n _ « m l n a t t h e l i g h t e d i v i s i o i s . then singled and Stepliens g a l - ' Wn - v a " 'he cxcllement about n loped home on Dropo's long drive : Mexican, Lauro Salas, w i n n f h z the ' t o left field. ; l i g h t w e i f h 1 t i t l e ? Siieakine as mi c The Tigers scored an unearned wh j' ,,??%** '^ Babj- Arizmenrtis I is run in the n i n t h as rookie o u t - i " n d Kid Pnnchos f i g h t in the old ' nun-,1,.-, fielder Faye Thornehrsrrv mis- i . " '" Sii " A n t o n i o v.-p have I n m r , e.r-W . p l a y e d Vic Werlz 1 sinKle".allow- : uem . P". zzk ' d . t h a t Mexicans did |t,ri in I ing him to reach second. He scored on Groth's single. Henry lasted six Innings. Ing way to Kinder. Parnell placed Kinder after the Bengals had scored a run in the ninth. ·«ten 3. Detroit 1 BOrrON DETROIT ab r h «lj r h Plsky. 3b 4 0 1 Ltpon. s s 4 0 0 Throne'y, rf 4 0 O'Koltou-iy. Ib 3 0 1 Ltnhirdt. If 4 1 1 Kelt. 3b "i Wood, rl 0 0 0 W«rt?. r/ lie ran be made a \ g r y angry p i t c h e r by d e m a n r l i n f t h a t the linli bp oxaminc'l before every pilch, the Giants star likely wlfl .-ct the? t;-pitm«nt regularly. The implication is, of course, that Sal the forbidden Fpltter. A Polltt. .. aDtlGrtco Frlcnti: 1 ii Javli. c! J 0 I. J « e M j i i i » T ' p i 0 j: 1 . 0 T v'»l' __ « 0 T T»lf!»_ I-- Ornunded out (o Plttlbur»h NeW York , t -- Strickl H 4 ' _ olln Tn' srii. OK ODD WO -0 i!B i I-- Thomi le outlaw tight spot not supposed to b? tors now , hut one of g re-;Dodgers, Giants Going All ifak .»«. ;!_. _i ^ Uut On Defensive Averages «nd ! Qnrtc O.rh , -1)1 \ Bonn CEO. A. OIHU DISTlltlHG COKMKT. "iCUISVltiE. ttunjat . , ^ . 4 1 2 Sfuchock. If Vollmpr. cf 4 1 J bMulItn i Goodman. 2h 3 0 1 Groth. cf Dropo. ib 3 0 1 Balls, c 1 Wilber, c 3 0 0 ainiberf. c Henry, p 2 0 0 Priddy, 2b Kinder, Parnell. TolaU _ . a~ Grounded out for Houttemsn ... 8th. b--Grounded out for Souchock in 9!h Boilon 010 OW 300-3 Detroit ... 010 003 001--2 E--Thro.n* berry. R8I--Drppn. Voll- m=r. Priddy. (;roth WR--I.cnh3rdt SB--VoUmer. E--Houtt*m%n DP-G o o d m · n. Stftpn»ns and Dropo: Stephent. Goodman and D r o p o : Gocrlmin cnrt Dropo: Di-Opu uiniitsJst- *d: Kell. Priddy and Kollowty. LO3 --Boston 3. Detroit 5. BB--Henrv 1. Hnuttsman 1 SO--Ho iit tern an 2. HO -Henry 7 in S inninys: Kinder 3 In 2*i: Parnell 0 in ( j : HTouttrnun fi in 8; White 1 in J. R A- ER--Henry 1 end I; Kinder I and 0; H o u f t t m a n 3 and .T W--Henry -5-P. L -- H m i t t r m i n (3-5i U--Grieve. Berry, Kapp ind McGowan. T--1:59. A--4.950. - The Brooklyn* Dodgers and the New York Giants are going all out on defense, individually as well p.! collectively.' in an effort to cain an a d v a n t p g c in the hot National League pennant chase. ! Individual fielding averages re' today 4 i i 3 0 0 t 0 0 4 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 Houlteman. p I 00 . , - - - - , o o 0 pHutchinson l o o '.eased tpday by The A s s o c ; a t e d ' ,, , i SSL','.' " sjV.S, fTM 55 Statistical Bureau disclosed : ' ; that three members of each club 1 are tops in the field at their re- i spective positions. i Records include games p l a y e d ' [ Sunday. j F i r s t hasem»n G i l Hodger. (1.000) shortstop Pee "'« Reese (.984) and catcher Roy Campanella ( l . o n n ) are the league-leading Dodgers. Reese is tied w i t h the G i a n t s ' Alvin Dark for shortstop honors, both h a v i n g made only twn errors while handling 122 chances cleanly. The other pace-setting G i a n t s are second basemen Da-.-ey Wit- ilams (1.0001 and third 'sacker Bobby Thomson f.PSfi). Johnny Wyrostck and \Vally Westlake of the C i n c i n n a t i Reds t h e out- Mow They Stand ; ' ' ' i v i i a ' i '':."_* W-- PollefVi:' W--FrUJf. W--Mijllr t 1 ,j. 1 ,:?' j^jpx.ijjjj: N A T I O N A L LEAGUE W L Brooklyn ... 19 7 Nc-iv 'sork .1 19 7 Chicago 18 i: C!lncinnstf 13 13 St. Louis H 15 P h i l a d e l p h i a 12 1{ Boston n 1} Pittsburgh ._ 5 2J Yesterday'a Rcaulta New York 4 Pittsburgh 0 Brooklyn i Chicago 1 tie; end sixth rain Only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE Rain Cancels Bums-Cubs Tilt Sin Sixth, l-j Pet .731 731 .444, .4231 Milwaukee -- Robert Villemain, 169, France-, and Joe Elackwpod, 158. Taterson. N. J., dre-v 10. Brooklyn-- Carl Bcbo Olson. 163, 1 and Frankic Baumboltz ol San Franrisco. i*erp;:I Waller Chicago Cubs h;ad the -\L Csrtier, 163, New York }. Washington _ Boston New York _ ^V I.ouis . . . . . . . . Chicago I hil.inciphia n Detroit 7 Yesterdiy't Reiulti Boston 3 Detroit 2 Only game scheduled Pet Brooklyn - /P] - The, Brooklyn Codgers and the Chicago Cubs played a l - l . six-inning tie last night. The game w»s called be- ciuse qf rain, with the Culjs at bat in the seventh. It will b? replayed at a latei: d»te. Both Billy Loes, who had won four straight, three of them in relief, lor the Dodger?, and Turk Lowi), on the mound for the Cubs, Lown. perhaps, 518 .413 SOUTHERN A9SOCIATIO(» Pet YOU'LL ENJOY YOURSELF IN P A L A C E NOW SHOWING 1:S5 - 3:50 - !:45 . 7:40 - 9:35 WHAT A RIOT! Thi Harem on Sirik* for Higher Standard of Lovlngl ENDS TONITE "WAIT 'TILL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE" WEDNESDAY A N D THURSDAY George Stevons, who govt you "A F'nrn in the Sun," now give* you NEWS fielders with perfect records. In the American League, third ! Used by thousands in reducini liaseman Hector Rortrisuex and ·· Mnhile liets--Junge's Roman Meal bread j catcher Clint Courtney of the St. Chattanooga " 11-19-tf j Louis Browns, a couple of first- New Orleans year men. are showing the way. A t l a n t a I Rodriguez, purchased from M o n - : H i r m l n n h a m j (real of the International League :-.ashviilc last yc-ar, has made only two m i s 1 L i t t l e Rock cues in 102 chances for a .980 a v - : Memphis craje. Courtney, Manager Rojjcrs. yrslerda.v'n Remit* Hprnsbys pride and joy, is tied Nashville 7 New Orleans 1 w i t n New York's Yoei Rerra per- A t l a n t a 12 Memphis 6 centage-wise at 1.000 hut he h a s ; H i r m i n K h a m at Little Rock, post- hanaied more chances t h a n the poned rain Yankee backstop. ' O n l y ,,,,',,,,, schedu , ed A COOL, COMFORTABLE THEATRE ' D A R K OPEN 8:45 ENDS TONITE "The Fomily Steret" John Direk f) LM S. Cobb Starts Wednesday NEWI « CARTOON · W 22 22 23 21 19 I B 13 0 w«.« a little the st«|dier'oj the two.' A he|vy rain Interrupted the gsme IB the third inning bo'dlng up proceedings for 40 minutes. After th)t the Held y»i extremely slippery until It was finally called oil in the seventh. Lowi), in good form, held the 9umt hltless until the lfth v/hen Duke Solder scotched i jingle to the third baseman a f t e r Pi-* We* Labror) Harris,, pro from Stillwater, Okla., who has pluyed the Fayettevlll» course many times and held the course record at one lime, made tbe rm'le at ln\l. along w i t h DicK Metz. a veteran of the pro c i r c u i t . Herri* carded a 71-70; Met?, turned in « p a i r of ..tzllng G6's. Zander opened «-|ih a 79 and was unable to get In under the wire. Melvui .lame.'.-, a 5-10H, 17- year-old senior at Bentonvllle High School, won the Claf A j u m p will; a l««p of S - l l . That Is j hali-an-lrjch higher t h a n he stands which IE the mark of « good jumper. It was the first 'winner In a state meet th»t Bentonvilie High School has had in over 18 yeirs. And the surprising thing Is that · 5-11 j u m p would have placed In several Qf th« meets t h a t Ar- kansa; took place It) this year. W» apologize herewith to tur.! Monday, pro at the Sp'rlngdale toll course, for spelling his name wrong. But we take courage In the foct that at least one man noticed the. ed Monday ran In this paper and remembered the sptlling' at It was printed. That shows the ad was read and remembered even If it was wrong. One golfer purchased a putter at Springdale the other day and wrote out a check for it, making ibe Instrument payable to a "Burl Muody." Mrs. Monday corrected the men on the spelling and he made out another check. We cer- tflnly hppe thet doesn't inconvenience, loo many folks--we doubt If It'll causp Burl a lot of trouble as long as thn.«" ch^ks keep coniins in. But who in the world would have thought to spell Monday"M-0-N-D-A-Y." A. , - .. ·«·//(/, "My Null K*l+i*. HiHt" Wagon ctvereif ifjOtp «tt|» lij «r Hard momlu, ****i9 IfffUr Hiin M milts la (A* fjftrm, corrfiq loads uf in liQfiiatft flietr my Last , Reese had walked. That ended the 5'9 Brook threat, however, as Lown 581 stiffened to get Jackie Robinson ·5i3:on a fly and Andy Pafko on a 5281 ^rounder. The Dodgers, who saw the Giants tie. inem for the league lead, got only run of the game In the third and it was the result of Lown's witness. After Loes w|s out Billy Cox walked and stole second. Eddie Miksis was so enraged at th ? call hf was banished from the game. .500 I .419 .243 WORLD'S FINEST WATER PUMP THE RUTH-BERRY Shallow--D««p Wtll Jtt Pump A new application of the centrifugal p urnp with jet principle. A simplified design with only one moving part. ELIMINATED ARE: ·*· LOSS OF PRIME Ik- BURNED OUT SEALS it WATER LOGGING Ik- CONTROL DEVICES For Jel Preiiura DEMONSTRATION INVITED LIMITED NUMBER OF DEALERSHIPS AVAILAILE IN Norlhw«il Arkanin h Eait*r» Pk F«r Information On Pumpi or DaiUrshlpa Write J. W. HILL, DISTRIBUTOR WMI F«fk, Ark. i 14 (»T The Awoelattd Preaa) Portland. Or*.-- Harry M a t - Ihew5. 183. Seattle, Wash., out- pointed Rex Layne 188. Lewiston U t a h 10. San Francisco-Archie Moore, 11.1. St. Louis, knocke-i out Bob Dunlap, 180. O a k l a n d , Calif., «. Providence. R. I. -Welter-. eight Champion Kid G a v i l a n , 153, Cuba, outpointed Rilph- /.annelli. Providence non-title 10. 147, Reese then drew a p« ( i , n d Snider watched a third strike sail by. Jxiwn then walked Hoblnson and Pafko to force ip a run, before getting Gil Hodget to ground out. The' Cubi knotted the count when Toby A'twell walked In the fourth and scored on a terrible double by H»l Jeffcoat that caromed off tht 'eft field wall. ewt»« i. t OT1 I-Mllcili HDl-yilko J.Kcoai --Fondy. Cox. J f f f r i a t . D 1 '--R? ' l-l. Lown l-l (;-Conlan auftlllmo T--l:4t A.-S.ISZ - 0 I'gnMtr. rf J { e Reblninn Jb l i t pafkit. r f I S O Hn!«i I b j I «'VlllVmi. 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