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Dodgers Blast Redlegs With 15-Run First Inning, 19-1 BrooWyn-W) - Call the CODS'* ____ - Call the cops!* Murder, Inc., is back in business it Brooklyn. With 15-count 'em IB-record-breaking runs in the Hit Inning, boss Chuck Dressen's did everything but bundle the Cincinnati Hedl in a cement vest. And what did Dressen jay? "Maybe we snapped out of our hitting ilump." That wins the rubber ice pick as the understatement of the year. · Drtcien's Dodger ruffians even roughed up the little red book of Trucks' Bid For Second No-Hittsr Fails, But Tigers Beat A's, 5-1 Detroit-Wj-virgil Trucks, fire-* "ailing no-hit pitcher for the D troit Tigers, made a bid for two n mters n a row last night and ra ms huless inning string to 15 Z/ innings before yielding a sing to Biilly Hitchcock of the Phil ''elphia A's with one out in tl seventh. Wynn went to plec baseball. The statisticians will be j a f t e r "e single and was relieve busy for days, typing new lines I 'v u ' c k Littlefield in the eight ·into the old book. j but got credit for the 5-1 victor Five records got the rubber! " was obvious as the gam hose treatment while the Dodgers', Progressed that Wynn was wort flexed their muscles for the home i ln S on his second no-hit game i folks in a 19-1 route of Cincy. ·« row. He fussed and fidgeted They all got it in the first inning j the mound, and was dramatical! when 21 men went tq bat, scored ,' effective for six innings,. He ha 15 runs, 12 of them after two wore i chalked up a no-hitter again: cut and 19 successive batters Washington last Thursday. *e«ched base safely. j Before the game Trucks joke Milybe they'll find new broken record* when they sweep out the wreckage at Brooklyn this morning. Here's what they found last Bight, new Kecorw 1. New modern major league record of most runs scored in an Jnning, 15. All time high is 18 acorcd by the Chicago Cubs, Sept. (, 1883. 2. New modern major league abnut twirling another no-hitte and for a time it looked like h might do it. In all he retired 5 batters without yielding a hit ove a three-game span. The Tigers snapped out of Ic'.hargic batting slump ,in the firs inning with Don Kolloway doub ling and Pat Mullin slamming home run. Vic Wertz and Johnn Groth singled home another pai of runs in the third off loser Bol . . ------- -- ,,_.. record for most times facing op- I Hooper. Harry Byrn replace; posing pitcher in one inning, 21. Hooper in the eighth and yieldei All-time high is 23, by those same | one run on a hit batsman, a wall Cubs in '83. I and George Kcll's single. Joost. KS Vaiu. rf were out, 12 most runs batted in in inning, 15. i Ze'rnfal' if 5. New major league record for I TM"/ '.[J most men reaching base safely in | E K C II 2b auccession, 19. | Astroth, c .Just for good measure, Billy Cox, | "nSS|Ji so ^ Pee Wee Heese and Duke Snider | Byrd, p tied a record by going to bat three times In an inning and Reese. Sni, Jackie Robinson, Gil Hodges, George Shuba and Rube Walker tied another by scoring twice in the inning. Pitcher Hiti, Too To rub it in, pitcher Chris Van Cuyk's four hits--two of them in the big inning--were one more ab r h; ab r 2 0 0 Lipon. ss 4 0 3 0 O'Kollowa}-. ID 2 3 4 n I'.Mullin, If 3 0 o: Wertz. rf 3 0 0!G. Kcll. 3b 4 0 1.Groth. cf 4 0 0,Ginsberg, c 4 0 0 prlddy. 2 b 2 0 0 Trucke. D 0 1 OiLUUefieli 0 0 0 29 I ZiTotnls 3 1 4 1 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 p 0 0 29_5j ·Walked for~Hooper in 8th. Philadelphia 0(10 000 010--1 Detroit " . . . 2 0 2 000 Olx--5 E--Vain. Pri-idy. RBI--Phllley. Mullin 2. Wertz. OT;th. G. Kell. 2B--Kol- loway. C. Kcll. HR--Mullln. DP-Hooper, Joost and E. Kcll; Hitchcock E. Kell and Fain: Priddy, Lipon and Kolloway. Lett--Philadelphia 7. De- irolt 4 BB--Hooper 1. Bvrd ]. Truck! 4. SO--Hooper 1. Trucks 5. HO--Hooper 7 in 7 innings: Dyrd 1 in 1: Trucks 2 i u 7»j: Little-field n in Hi. H 4 ER «l, L u j .- . . , . . i--Hooper 4-.1. Byrd 1-1. Trucks 1-1. than he had m his big league j HBi'-Hoopcr iKoiiowayi. Byrd (Koi- career before last night. H was a | loway). Trucks iJoost. Zerniaii L win- romp for big Chris with an easygoing five-hitter for his third win. 2.07. A--3.711 Ewell Blackwell, the fellow the Dodgers are supposed to be trying to lure from Cincy in a trade, was the first victim, 'when he left it was 3-0, two of the runs coming on Snider's homer. Bud Byerly quickly ran it to 7-0. Herm Wehmeier raised the total to 10-0 and Frank Smith finally ran it to 15-0. In the 15-run inning, the Dodgers had 10 hits--eight of them singles--seven walks and two hit batsmen. ·rcxklyn 19, Cincinnati 1 CINCINNATI BROOKLYN i · b r h ' ab r h I ioth inning last night to give the 3 2 s ! St. Louis Browns a 2-1 victory 3 . 2 2 over the Washington Senators. The- t r i u m p h , credited to Satchel Paige in a relief role, was Bases-Loaded Walk Gives Browns Win Over Senators, 2-1 ! St. Louis-(/P)-Sid Hudson walk| ed little Bobby Young with the ! bases loaded in the last of the i o o cox, 3b 3 0 0 Morgan. 3b Hauon. 2b Temple, 2b Adami. 3b 1 0 0 Reese. ,,_ Kazak, 3b 3 0 OlSnidcr. cf 42 2 K'zewikl, Ib J 0 0,Williams, cf 1 0 0 Wyr'Bt«k, Ib 3 0 IRobineon, 2b 1 2 1 Adcoch. If 4 0 01 Bridges. 2b 3 0 0 Weitlake, cf 3 0 I'Pafko, rf 4 1 1 Borkotsik. rf 3 0 OlFurillo. rf 1 0 0 Howell. c .1 1 2'Shuba. if 5 2 2 MM'll.n, s s l O l j T I o r t g e s . Ib 2 S O Pel'rtni, ss 2 0 0! Walker, c 5 2 2 Blackwell. p 0 0 0!Van Cuyk. p 5 3 4 Byerly. p 0 0 0 Wehmeier. p 0 0 0 Smith, p 1 0 0 . ·Post 1 0 0 Nuxhall. v 1 0 01 Totals 31J S.ToUls 39 19 17 a--Struck out for Smith in fith. Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -- 1 B-ioklyn (15102 020 OOx--19 1 --Pafko, RBI--Cox. Moran 4. Reese 2. Snider 2. Robinson. Pafko 2, Shuba. Hoiiges. Walker 3. Van Ciiyk 2. Howell. 213--Robinson. Shuba, Reese. HR-- $nider, Morgan 2, Howell. DP--Reese. Bridges and Hodges; Pellegrini, Tem- pTe and Wyrosiek: Morgan. Bridges and Hodges. Left--Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn 8. BB--Blackwell 2. Byerly I. Vlfh- meler 1. Smith 6. SO--Smith 2. Nux- liall 3. Van Cuyk 5. HO--Blaekwell 3 in li innings; Byerly 4 in l a ; Wehmeier 1 in 0; Smith 8 in 4'.j: Nuxhafi 1 in 3. R ER--Blackwell 4-4.' Byerly 5-5. Wehmeier 3-3, Smith 7-7,. Nuxhall 0-0. Van Cuyk 1-1. HBP--Webmeler {Roblnionl. Smith (Cox) winner--Van Ouyk (3-2). Loser--Blackwell (1-G). U-- Coctl. Dascoll. Secory and Warneke. T--2:26. A--11.850. the first win for the Browns over the Nats in five consecutive games this season. The loss cost the Senators a full game in their battle to gain the league lead since Cleveland defeated Boston in another American League night game. Hal Gregg Staging Comeback On Mound In Pacific League Chambers Beats Giants; Koslo Tames Cardinals New York-(/P)-Lefty Dave Kss- o spun his web around the Card- nals last night--winning his 10th straight from St. Louit--to jive he Giants a split in a day-night double-headtr. The Cards won .he afternoon tilt 3-0 behind the :ou;--hit pitching of Cli« Cham- jers. Koslo coasted to an 8-1 riumph. The artful Giant lefthander who dotes on Redbird baiters gave up 'ight scattered hits for his second win of the season (both over the Cards) and should have had a hutoul. The lone Card tally was unearned, the result of an error by Dave Williams. The split dropped the Giants jut of the league lead a half game iff the pace being set by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Larry Jansen, shooting .for his ourth win of the year and his 00th big league victor}', was ouched for all three St. Louis uns in the first game. He bowed ut for a pinch-hitter in the fifth. [is unusual wildness--he walked hree and hit three--caused him most of his trouble. Chambers, steady all the way, ever allowed more than one hit n inning and was in trouble only nee, walking Al Dark, giving on Mueller a single, then walk- .g Billy Rigney. But with the ases loaded the Cardinal hurler ore down and retired the side ithout a run. Stan Musial, who collected two the Cards five hits, drove in ic first run. Del Rice and Dick isler batted in the others. L Lxiii i Ntw Vcrk · PAT OOXI NIW YPRR ib r h 1 Oakland, Callf.-MVGiant Hal Gregg quit baseball in disgust at the end of the 1950 season. The 6-foot-4 200-pounder wai down physically and mentally, became an orange grower las year in Anaheim, Calif., where he was born and still lives. But Ha didn't do too well with the citrus so he tried a comeback this year Today, he is the No. 1 pitcher of the Pacific Coast League and one of the big reasons second-place Oakland is only half a game oul of the lead. His eight wins and no losses include a seven-inning no- hit masterpiece against Portland May 4. Major league scouts already are buzzing on the trail of the 31- year-old moundsman who flopped out of the big show in 1949. The big fellow's career In the majors was not particularly exciting except in a couple of spots. He won 18 and lost 13 for Brooklyn in 1945 and had a 6-4 record the next year. lie hurled 12 2-3 Innings for the Dodgers in the 1947 World Series, appearing in three games for a 0-1 tally. His showing with Pittsburgh In 1948 and part of '49 was mediocre. He started having trouble with the lower vertabrae of his back several years ago. The aggravation increased until, he says, he couldn't throw a curve ball in 1950. Today, Manager Mel Ott, the old New York Giant star and skipper, is enthusiastic. "Gregg is doing a terrific job," he said. "His curve ball is working swell and ho has plenty of speed . . . His competitive spirit is great, rie is ambitious to get back to the big leagues. I think he will make it. Roberts Chalks Up Seventh Win Legion Nine Beats Tonlifown; To Play Tho American Legion junior, baseball team gained n 7-3 victory j j over a team from Tontltown yes- j Philadelphia - W - Robin Rob- ; tcrclay In a same plnyed at t h e | crts, rapidly working toward his [ I '"' i ' r Grounds. It was the first I third 20-victfiiy .season in a row. j game of the season for the Junior chalked up No. 7 last night as the · Loijlon m nc. i | Gary Bowers was the winning! pitcher, although he needed help' -S! 12ioniru*Bi «.-«··«»""·" -·-- i SPORTS NOHTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay.tttvill., Arkpntm,. Thursday, May 22, 1952 Philadelphia Phillies tripped the hapless Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-3. The Phil ace httsn't lou a decision since he dropped the season opener. Little Murray Dickson went the distance for the Bucs and turned in as good a game as Roberts, but poor support ruined him. Each pitcher yielded seven hits, but Pittsburgh came up with four big trom Bill Boran in the f i f t h . Bowers struck out nine in the time he worked, while Bogan added five to that total in the last part o; the t i l t . Roso and Fosso pitched for the Gnipers. The Legion team will r-lay Fort Smith here S-maay altei.iooii at The r-i:t Smith tnjm Riley Doubts Women Would Stand Much Chance Against Men Golfers New York-(/P).Pert Polly H i l e y , . jr.rie Lindsay of Dncatur, I I I . Mac one of America's better women; M u r r a y of R u t l a n d . Vt and Pat golfer*, doesn't think she'd have I O'Su.Jivan of Oninge Conn much chance If she had to play against the men. ,11lBt t l l C j l l l ' l l . |^. . . *m* Before sailing for Britain with i n f O I T I G GrOV6 th« United States Curtis . 7, rittiDurgn i PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA ab r h 1 nb r h C'lgiione. 3 b . 1 0 0 Ashburn. c f 4 0 1 niisiik. c f 4 0 o'Hnmner. s s 4 0 0 M'kovich. If 4 0 0 Buracls. c 4 0 0 Hell, r f 3 2 llEnnls, rf 3 1 0 Giragiola. c 3 1 2 Jones. 3b 3 3 3 Mcrson. 2h 4 0 i : R y a n , 2b 3 1 1 n'tlrome. I b 4 (I'UMayo. If 3 1 1 Tkland. ss 3 0 0 ; Waitkus. I b 3 1 1' Dickson, p 3 0 2|Hoberts. n 3 0 0 aSmlth 0 0 0 ! bDel Greco 1 0 o 1 Totals 32 3 7iTolaI« 30 7 1 ·--Run for Garigiola In 9th. b-- Baited for Strickland in 9th and :truck out. Mttiburgh 000200001--3 'hlladelphlR . . 050 001 Olx--7 E--Dfckson. Caftrlfone. Duaak. RBI -Mayo. Wn.tkus. Ashburn, Ryan. Mcr- on 2. 2B Bell. Mcraon. 3B---Jonci. SH--Ryan. CaBtiglione. DP--Ha: Ryan and W a l t k u n , Left--Pllt/iburRh !i. Philadelphia 2. BB--Dickson 3. Rob- ST. LOUIS «b r h emu i "n 2 1 0 Williami, 2b 4 0 0 ' * * Lockman, Ib 4 0 ft 3 0 1 4 D 0 4 0 iwrey, cf 4 0 0 die nit, 2b 4 0 1 Thornton. Ib uiial If 2 1 Z Elliott. If a'ghter, rf Z 0 IjMays. Cf ·ler. Ib 4 0 0 Dirk, ss 1 0 0 aviano, 3b 3 0 0 : Mueller, rf 3 0 1 Rice, c * 1 IjYvirf, c 3 0 0 i ambers, p 4. 0 0|Jan»n, 0 1 0 1 alttgney 0 0 0 Lanier, p 0 0 0 bNoble , 1 0 0 Wilhelm. p 0 0 0 tain 29 3 3 Totals 30 0 4 a-- Walked tor jHmen in 6th. b -- Struck out for Linler in 8th. Louis ............. - 001 110 000-3 York ............. 000 000 000-- « E-- Sislrr. RBI-- Mulial. O. Rice, Slt- 2B -- Thomion. HR-- D. Rice. S-- hte How They Stand (By The Associated Press) NATIONAL LEAGUE W I. 20 20 Brooklyn New York Chicago Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound ...yet costs only 7 8 16 13 Cincinnati __________ 15 14 St. Louis ___________ 15 16 Philadelphia ________ 13 15 Boston ______ ..... __ 11 15 Pittsburgh _ ....... _ 5 27 1'estcrday's Results Brooklyn 19, Cincinnati 1. St. Louis 3-1, Now York 0-8. P h i l a d e l p h i a 7, Pittsburgh 3. Chicago at Boston, postponed, rain. Pet .741 .714 .552 .517 .484 .464 .423 .157 . . . DP-- Hemui, Schoehdlentt . , tiler: Chamber*. H«mui and Staler. Left-- St. Louis 7. New York BB -- Chamber! 4. Janien 3, Lanier . SO -- Chamber* 4. Jannn 2. Ltnter Z, Wilhelm l. HO-- Janlen ft in B fnnlnfa; Yankees Beat Chisox, 5-1 Reynolds Lead* Way On Mound, At Plate Chlcago-OP)-Pitcher Allie Reynolds tripled home the first run and personally scored the second one in a four-run seventh inning which gave the New York Yankees a 5-1 viptory over the Chicago While Sox, yesterday afternoon. It was the Yanks' eighth win in their last 10 games. Reynolds went the route, the seventh time in a row he has done that feat, to chalk up his fourth win. He scattered five hits in out- pitching the White Sox ace Billy Pierce. After giving :he Bombers 12 hits Pierce retired in the n i n t h In favor of Howie Judson. The [one Chicago tally came in the on a home run by Sam rrls 2. SO--Dirkson J, RobcrU 6. HO - Dlckaon 7 In 8 innlnKs: ttobprts 7 in 9. It Kr ER--Dickson 7-4. RobcrlJ 3-n Winner--nolwrts (7-1). Loser--Dickstin i l - 7 ) . U-Slpwnrt. Gugllelnio Crmlnn. T~2:02. A-6.20Z. Rookies Take Spotlight In Dixie League (By The Associated Prem) Those Southern Association fans who argue that it's much more exciting to watch a bunch of youngsters on their way up than veterans on the way down hnd a very strong t a l k i n g point today. Three rookie hurlors performed dazzling mound feats last night as AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Cleveland 21 11 Washington 17 13 New York 16 13 Boston 17 14 St. Louis 17 16 Chicago 14 17 Philadelphia 11 16 Detroit 8 21 Yesterday's Results Detroit 5, Philadelphia 1. New York 5, Chicago 1. Cleveland o, Boston 1. St. Louis 2, Washington nnings. Pet .656 .567 .552 .548 .515 .452 .407 .276 I-anier 0 la S; Wilhelm 0 in 1. H i EH-- Janien 3-3. HBP--Janien (Hemui t. Musial). Winner--Chamb«n (4-2). Loi- cr--Janwn (3-li. U--Donate!!!. Blllan- fant. Earliest and Gorman. T--1:58. A --6.950. ' MI«HT 4AM1 ST. LOUIS NXW YORK ab r h 1 ab r h Ilcmus. ss 4 0 0 Williams. 2b 4 3 2 [seventh Lowrcy. cf 4 0 2!Lockman. !b 4 3 3 T ., , ., . . s-ndl«ist. 2b 4 i i Thomson. 3b 4 o i It was the fourth victory in a Musial. if s o 2|Thompion. n i o 2 | row for the New Yorkers over the Sla'ghter. rf 3 0 HMueller. rf 5 1 1 fourth Mele. Pierce, who suffered his fourth loss against only two wins, was doing nicely, behind a 1-0 lead until the Yanks broke loose in the Slslcr. Ib 4 0 OlMays. cf Glaviano. 3b 4 0 o!oark, u D. Rice, c 3 0 2IWestrum, e F'srlman. e 1 0 OlbHowerton Presko. p 2 0 OlYvars, c Schmidt, p 0 0 OKotlo, p iiMiggins 1 0 01 B'elmann, p 0 0 0 ! Totals 33 1 SIToUla a--Filed oul for Schmidt In Sth." b--Fanned for Westrum in 7tfl. St. Louis 100000000--1 Now York ..-.210 032 OOx--S ·Williams. Slaughter. Koslo. RBI --Williams. Mueller. Mayi 2. Thompson. 2B--Dark. 3B--Maya, Thompson HR-Williams. DP--Dark «nd Lockman: Williams and Lockman. Left-St. Louis 7, New York. ·. BB--Presko l. Schmidt 2, Bokelmann 1. Koslo 2 SO--Presko 3, Schmidt 4. Koslo 2. HO --Presko S in 4?j Innings: Schmidt 4 in 2!i; Bokelmann 0 in 1. R ER-- 1'resko 6-5. Schmidt 2-2. Koslo 1-0. HBP--Presko (Dark). Winner--Koslo (2-2). Loser--Presko (1-3). U--Ballan- anfant. Barllck. Gorman and Donatelli. T--2:29. A--11.321. 3 j · While Sox. 3 0 2 1 New YM« I. Chtean l 3 0 0 NKWVOHK CHICAGO 1 0 0 'ab r hi ab r h : 0 0 0 Bauer, rf 3 0 lIFox. 2 b 4 0 0 Rilzuto, as 4 1 HZarllla. If Mantle, c? 4 1 llli'drlgue*. 3h 4 0 1 Berra, c 5 0 3'Robinson. Ib 3 0 0 M'D'flld. 3b 4 0 D'Mele. rf 4 1 1 Noren. I b 4 0 llColcman. c f 4 0 0 Woodling. If 4 1 2' Lollar. c 4 0 0 Martin. 2b 3 1 l'£'raiquel. .11 .1 0 1 Reynolds, p 4 1 2! Judson. p 0 0 0 ; Pierre, p Totals 35 5 15Tot.ll 36 E IS 1. 10 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet Mobile 23 16 .590 ChnttanooRii - 23 17 .575 Ne\v Orleans 24 18 .571 Atlanta 22 18 .550 B i r m i n g h a m -- 21 18 .',38 Nashville _ 18 19 .486 ! Little Rock 15 19 .441 1 Memphis 9 3 0 .231 ; Yesterday'a Results Birmingham 8, Memphis 5. 10 innings. Little Rock 3, Atlanta 0. New Orleans 3, Chattanooga 2. Mobile 2, Nashville 0. -read Business Loop Playoff Scheduled For Tonight The Stump Furniture Company and Rogers bowling teams meet, tonight to settle the championship of the Business Bowling League. I The furniture team led the league j at midseason and Rogers held the le.-.d at the finish. The winners tonight earn the league trophy. Matches start at 7 o'clock. The Stump team lists the following men.bers: N. J. Hawkins, Byron Mhoon, A. M. Zinn, R. W Henly nnd Hall Stuart. The Rogers team members: Mayor R. I.. Vogt, I,ee Scott, J. L. McKinley, S. S. Smith and Everett Knowlcs. Keep ip witn UK Un Ilir TtMKS rt.lly. New York OOC 000 40! CHlcafo 000 iOO 000-- 1 E-- McDougald. RBI--Mele. Reynolds, Rizzuto. Berra 2. Bauer. 2B--Fox. Mantle. Martin. 3B Reynolds. Bat HR--Mele. SB--Rizzuto. Carraiquel. S--Bauer, Martin. DP--Fox, Carras- quel and Robinson. Left--New York 8. t. BB--Pierce 2. Reynold! 1. Judion 1. SO--Plero 3. Reynolds 3. HO--Pierce 12 in IMi innings- Judion 0 In ',S. R A IR--Pierce 5.5. Reynold! 1-1, Judson 0-0. Winner--Reynold! (4-31. Loier--Plerca (2-41. U--Rommel. Berry. Duffy and Stevens. T--2:19. A the tightly-packed first division underwent another shuffle. Jay Ver Grouse, towering young Mobile righthander, hurled the Bears back into the league load with a six-hit 2-0 shutout over Nashville. Don Cochran, 19-year-old New Orleans phenom, twirled Chattanooga out of first place with n superb thrr-o-hittrr as the Pels won. a-2. Errors figured In both Chattanooga runs, but Cochran j was so hot even his mates' inis- cues could not stop him from racking up his fourth straight victory without a loss. The success boosted New Orleans into third place. » Little Rock's Alex McNeilance, [he third "rookie of the evening," blanked Atlanta, 3-0, on three safeties and tumbled the Crcckers into fourth place. Fifth-place J o j j Birmingham needed ten innings to subdue 'he tailend Memphis Chicks, 8-5. The decision over Atlanta was the second shutout in a row for McNeilance, a bespectacled Ca_ _ J j nadlan, since he inined Little Rock 331" 5 ; from the Buffalo Bisons. He whitewashed Chattanooga, 5-0, last week in 11 innings. Last night he yielded two hits after two wrrc out in the first Inning, then retired 16 batters before allowing the third and last safety. Indians Widen Lead With Win Over Bosox. J-l Clevcland-(£).Early Wynn end IV'ike Garcia were more than the Boston Red Sox could handle last night as the league leading Indians increased their margin with a 6-1 victory. The Indians now have a throe-game edge over Washington. The loss dropped the Doiox from second to fourth place. · Wynn got credit for the victory but needed help from Garcia In the i-ijihth. Jim Hcgan rnpned two-run homer for the Tribe in the second off loser Ray Scarborough, nr;l it turned out that was enough to win. However, three Insurance runs werr added in the seventh at the expense of reliefer Willard Nixon. Wynn was wild In his eight Innings, allowing nine walks and six hits, but he blanked the Sox fur that distance. He retired in the eighth after filling the bases. Garcia got the side out with only one run scoring and retired the Bcantowners in order in the ninth. Ch« ' - ' « MIIMI I ·OtTON CLIVILANs) "I'd like to see that projected I match between Babe Didriksen i and Billy Maxwell." nhc said. "It! would be Interesting and Babe might win if she had a very good day and Maxwell had a bad one. In and day out I don't think the girls would have a chance. "On any given day one of the woman pros or the better amateurs might beat a good man amateur, but I don't think It would happen more than about «lx times a year." In that Judgment, Polly Isn't taking anything away from her teammates. She was a bit excited about the prospects for the Inter- Fills Vacancy In County Loop Prairie Grove, now a member of two leagues, evened its Ozark League record at one and one with a victory over Bentonvillc, 9-1, at Prairie Grove, Tuesday night. The Prairie Grove tenm had previously lost to Dentonvllle. 7-3, at Bentonville. The Pmlrle Grove team announced this morning that it hal joined the Washington County League, too. A vacancy was created In the county league when the Ozark Improvement Company dropped out, leaving only five teams. Prairie Grove will step into that spot in the loop schedule following this Sunday's games, Other teams in the County Lea- Pl-sky. 3b Th'brrry. rf Lrnhardt, If Stephens. »i Vollmer. cf G'dman. 2b Dropo, I b Wllber. ab r h! 2 0 I I A v l l a . 21) 4 0 1 4 0 1 Roone, ·· 3 1 0 1 0 0 Bonn. Ib 4 0 1 4 0 1'B'rardlno. Jb 0 1 0 4 I 1 Doby. cf tit 1 0 21 Mitchell, If 4 I I 2 0 Oi latter. Ib . 4 o O'Kennedy. rf S'borough, p 2 0 QIHtfsn, c aPiersafl 0 0 .Wynn. p Nixon, p 0 6 (T Garcia, p Wight, p 0 0 01 hWoort 1 0 ft 1 "-"irk, p 0 0 01 Total! 30 It: Totals 13 5 I n--Walked for Scarborough in 7th. b--Filed out for Wight In «th. Iio«lon 000000010--1 Cleveland OKI 000 ilx--S · B--Throneberry Boon*. RBI--He,-i!i .1, r h 4 » I S 0 4 1 2 3 I I 1 0 0 Doby, Mllrbell. IB--Oood- Doby. HR-HHalKMIB Scarborough In B "innin !4: WHIM 0 ·borough 4. Wynn I. it}-- · Delock I. Wynn 8.TIO inn: Nixon I ,, In li: Defock 1 In 1: Wynn I In 7 (none out in stn): Gsrcle. I In J H * ER--Scarborough 2-z Nixon J-3, White 0-0. Wynn I-T. Grr- cla 0-0. Delock 0-0. HBP-Nlxon Avllal. WP--Scarborouih 2. PB--WII- htr Winner--Wynn I5-JI. Loser--Scarborough 11-2). U--Hnnochlck. Summers. MeKlnley, Soar. T--2 31 A-"2 7J7. national Women's'Team Matches j ?. uc arc Faycttcvlllc Boy, Cltib, it Mulrfleld. Scotland, after rend- | llnrm ""'. Sprmgdale, Tontltown Ing In a British golf publication that the American team Is lightly regarded on the other side. "J think wo have a pretty good team, don't you?" she asked earnestly. She wns reassured by the assembled experts «nd well-wishers and by Dot Klrby, the American women's champion. They have seen all but two of the British women players nnd they weren't Impressed when Britain took a 7'A to 1H boating in the 1930 matches at Buffalo. ; Miss Klrby and Miss nilcy are the only members of the 1052 team who have played In previous cup matches. They both won points at Blrkdale, England In 1048 and »t Buffalo in 1950. Newcomers on the team are Grace DcMoss of Corvallls, Ore., Claire Doran of Cleveland, Mar- Kctcher was the winning pitcher for the ITalrin Grove Lions' in their win over IJcntonvlllc, with Benton the loser. Harold and CM- by each hod two for four for {ha Lions. Sunday the Lions defeated Pei- vlne, Okla., 6-4, on the home ffcld with Hemington getting the Win. Friday the Lions take on ToiitU town In an Ozark League encounter at Prairie Grove. Small doses of chloroform, Uk'". internally, hnve much the tame effect at alcohol. Uwd DJ thouiaiKb in rtdiKin* Jl«ta--Juni«'« Roman Meal brMd. 11-19-tf M/6//3\ RAZOR PJ BLADES Berry. 1 -7.841. In general a tree forms a "ring" on its trunk and branches every year, but in some years a long dry spell may produce a divided ring .hat looks like two and in very ad years, the annual ring may be almost invisible. Bowling Association To Meet At Mason's The F a y e l l c v i l l r Bou-llng As- ' soriation will hold its a n n u a l i meeting t o n i g h t at 7 o'clock :il;' Mason's C a m p u s Grill. Officers ! will he elected and p l a n s for n e x t ! season discussed. All interested arc invited to attend. Advertise In the TIMES--It Fights Last Niqht (By Th« Associated Prat.) Detroit-- Jake I.arnotta, 168, New York, outpointed Gene Hairston, 160, New York, 10. Miami Bc»ch, Fl«.-- Willie Pep, 129, Hartford. Conn., outpointed Claude Hammond, 137, North Bergen, N. J., 10. ATHLETE'S FOOT BECAUSE-- j II IMII .ft tin Mta k«rlMl I.MI M, km |IMM4 IN 4HI H akin a*M «aa«m km II Ml MokailTlf OU . itml-«rylnf T-4.L rnr «t» am* M Kit Saw *"···'··· Visiting Around Arkansas B Y J Q E M A R S H "FABULOUS i wuauK3irtffer Tnnsts Hijt Libs for Item tin!' I've been throu»h our Ark»n«M Ozftrkl acorrl of times ... but each trip MMWI «very thrill I ever felt traveling through our modcut but m»gnlnccnt mountaini. The »lr up there is lika , tonic: It make, me rnger to t u r n aach successive curve. ThU la.t (rip I »i«rt«i pLylng tn« «tm« of counting nuto licenses from other itat.s. From Sfirlnn- dale to Berryville I counUtl 30 different states. Molt of the c«r« were loaded w i t h f a m i l l m -- M l »pp«r«ntly folki who w*r« toln*« to vacation awhile In Arkaniii, % Arknnsni folks appricl»to our vacation wundcrlBiid, 10.1, just like our out-of-stntc ncighlKirs. And our hnmr folks and ncij(li- l»r» nllo npprcciatc thn fact that they run drink « flnn tln«« of hccr or «le In an e i U I . H s h m e n t k e p t clpan, wholpkomo »nd law-abiiling ly the Brewing Induitry's volunteer Self-Ksguratlon Program. Smooth as t profeiiional'i .wing! That'. Five Brother,. This fine Kentucky Straight Bourbon is . K fi a full 5 years for extra quality -yet it costs no more than many good 4-year-old whiskies. Ask for it today! FULL 90 moor . ?.....;...;.,.. .« M .WsaMa,. unU KINTUCKV STRAMHT §OUt»ON WHI.KIY SOUR MASH · M PROOF Medley Di.tilling Compiny, Oweniboro, Kentucky

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