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Accent On Speed As Drivers Quality For 500-Mile Race Inriianapolis-Wl-The resump-4------ ___^_^___^_____^__ ' Inriianapolis-Wl-The resump-4 lion of Chef Miller's interrupted assault on the Ipdia:i,-'roli_ Motor Speedway record was smon^ the · ttractions today in an unexpected extra qualifying session for the 50n-mile Mrmip-i 1 Dav a"ti -are. Two more qualifiers will f i l l te 33-car field. Then a '(rive- must best t v c slowest previous time to make the UIMUD. Miller. 4fl-year-oH Glendale. Calif., auto upholsterer, creaked one-lap. 2'j-mil» re-ord Srjt- Tribe Missed Chance To Run Off With Flag, Says Stengel $im»* . . - - urday wit'i a circuit at lS9.fi miles -oil nn hh wav Chicago-(/Pi-The Chicago Whiter- Sox continued to suffer from an anemiq bailing attack, but yesterday turned up with two groat Helps Chisox Take Two from Tigers _ . . ° pitching perrormanres in blankinn the Detroit Tigers twice, 3-0 and 1-0. per hour. He was toward a no-" . .. _ . . ,, . . when his Ion" white Novi V-8 i ' Joc DoD son, 3S-year-old rijht- conk'ed out with a fused piston ' n a n d e r . won the opener with a Hillor and ft l"a?t n do---i n't-- I ^Ifariy five-hittsr for his tixth er cars were ready to run .Sunday ! ! riu f n P' 1 ; Marv Grisrom csm« on In the scbcrlu 1 '"! --ip'l"n ~r :-.- f , j } n ^-v nightcap to allow but three . weekend? but it rained I ' lits in ch o"ting up his first win a f t e r three lo sses. Virgil Trucks war the loser in Ihe first game and Art Houttmnan all rlav. Another scheduled today. Twenty-'our cars q u a l i f i H Sat- uHsv in n parade of ambitious driver* w^o cam 0 to the F'art'n linp almo.-t as fart as o"ieia's couM h=nc"e tVro. The 11-mile. ,,. , ,, ·orrl. hroken twice t l 'e. nrevious ! l' lch w i t h Al Zarilla on t h i r d . It was t h e fourth one-run loss of the season for the Tiger hurler, who ··" ivon t h reo and lost six. Tribe Rallies To Divide Pair With Brownies St. Senators, A's Split Twin-Bill Washington -1*1-The Waning- ,n,, K n, rise Ian ,«o lar liclimrt we ton Senators barely missed t a i n - 1 would have spent h a l f the summer Cardinals Edge ij Reds M; Snap «dlosin5 Streak * Huston -(/Pi- The Cleveland . dians have blown a chance tc i n u - a y w i t h th» Am.rican Li,, \ pennant in the opinion ef N York Yankee Manager Caify Stengel. j I n-.e sage nf Yankee Stadiu holding court following t; ponement of S u n d a ·', against the Boston Red Sox. "I was afr.iid they had me a f t e r ' C i n c i n n a t i -l/Ii- Th« stagjprln.; t a k i n g !hn.-e t h r c = in New York a ' S t . Loula Csrdinnlf snapped a couple of weeks 8S o." Casey .aid. I f n i i r . g » m f , i osmg . t r M k V e:erdav " I h e y were more than five . , K a m r s ahuart of us and they vert *'" h * '-""" lialtlni : a l l n c k t h a i Sninc liomf. We had to begin win- ' '"rlurttd two home rum. At t h a t nniR or else fall ,o far hchinrl we'""" "" |S PORTS -C^ ?^m NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayatfvvillo, Arkaiucu. Monday, May 26, 1952 SPORTS ROUNDUP I l h t catch up. "Out ti-n.v d i d n ' i grab their np- pnrtunlly. They won more t h a n was the victim in the 1-0 contest, l v v a s 'he payoff hlo·· ,-s the Cleve- Houtteman's loss was a real heart- j ' a n d I n d i a n s took the second game breaker as the only run ajainst him carne as the result of a wild 3, Detroit . f··K3^ GAME : Lipon. ss KoMoway. I Kell. '3b a n r h l 4 o o Fox. fb - "'- r i ' i'b ' Littiefield. p n 0 0 Totals 31 0 5 Tptali Satun-'?'.'. vss rrackfi a"="'n fcy Bill Vukovir-* o' Fr"-nn. f a l ' f . , in a new Kurtis-Kra't owrM ' by · Howard Keck Company of Los Vukovic h . former n a t i o n a l A A A midget racing chamo, HH-S ·-·* "-Q qi'_1i*yin^ average to ITS."12 miles per hour TMrt set i one-Ir-i mark of 131).427 that stood only ur' : l Miller r-'-H. i If t^e \v""-rr and macWnrj-v. co-ort" r ato. M'lVr !·'!! o u a l ' f v to- i d a y - f o r h!s I6fi Memorial Drv ' racp. His best finish was third in ' If).". Tony Betteni-ausen o! T!n!rv i . ,,,,,, Park. III., the ll'l national AAA E-Non«. nni-tarrasqu-' ? ?p_ big car cpamnion, also has u n f i n - . Sp-'"« c^w'ulTMTM! "ROS'?"-?' ished business in today's t'me | LOB--Detroit 5. Chieato « BB--bob- tfhlj. He wrecked the famous ' " m '· Tr M rl " 5 so--Dob.on 3. Trucks Bel.nger 99 car Saturdav on f. . HC^Trt^^Aif^T^ VI short south straightway while ! wp-Trucks. HBP -Bv Tru»k ivit'it. runnire about 101 mMe- in hour, i J,,"^^ Hu"ie'5 2l n^7 Tr V, cl " i 2 "" V,-He will try a n a i n in the front |T--!:« A--·-«nn a 7 earI Mn V .'.{) 1!1 * rt a drive Blue Crown Poecisl i n : . ^ilCOHD_Qi»m which Mauri Rose twice won the OITROIT '~ - · - - ' · ' CHICAOO ing a game on [ho .__,,.^ .^ , Cleveland Indians as they were Rosens three- ' he | ri , 0 a sp!lt by tn! pj, llade |. , _ , ,,,,,,, run hor.ier in the seventh inning ,phia A's, 1-2, 1-0. Liltle Bobby i l ! lr ' '"-"I. but didn't have a bis Shr.ntr pitched t-.» Atlilelics ti the' o p e n i n g f a m e \'ifto.'y, his the St. sixth in a row and ssve-iith of of a doublf-header ^ ,,,. Louis Browns, 6-2. The Browns won the first til!, 7-5. Dick Kryhoshi sr.iackerl |«. O home runs' ar. drove i n f o u r tp.ri»s for the L.TOWRJ in the first gam» Sti-ve Gr.-msk v=s \-.e vie- ! tin " "' '' lis s t i c k «wk. Duane Ihe se.ison. The split hft Ihe N u t s three lirr;^ bac:-: of C l e i e l a n d ni d a l lowed tho Hie Boston Fed Rnx l i f t move into a second-place lie. r h . o u i Browns' t r i u m p h a l t h o u g h he was tol "' heri for round-triopers by | * f H "rv Sirv, ? on, Luke Easter *nd ' ' - " b , Mele r f " 0 o o I Larry Pol-" -ass.i." rt .is R 0 *. e r-', Jnne ° ul ! TM B " fhy fr ° ni re " )nd bas '' l " w - n '·'" sei-ird game. Bur.l.-.v - fi "t "fely when H.ldic ' J l ) 0 r l flmh " H 'TM founder ,,.en"11. t i c i n m - ^ . .If ckie Jjnsen rac- Redbirds had to come from hind to register the 7-« win. R a i n f u l l I n t e r m i t t e n t l y throughout the R/mif unri stepped up its tempo near the end to wash out the second h a l f of a scheduled double-header. SI. Louis got its w i n n i n g rim in the seventh. Catcher Dfl Rice was o ~..,^ ,, i n r . hit with a pitched hall. A sacrl- Stadium, they have won nine out j flee moved him to second and of 15 wmle the Yanks have taken I Tommy Glavlano brought him eight out of u. ! home w i t h a double K n o s S l a u j h - nlsn was pbasH o v e r ' lci . a n d r)| ck SMfr ea( , n hm ^ ml foi the winners. Bnh Borko'vjkl ' streak and we did Thcv allowed Bnstn-i and ourselves to net hark and vc'rr going n stay." Since the I n d i a n s took three · straight from thp Y a n k s at the Dropping Mitchell In Cleveland Baiting Order Seen As Wise Move Pete Runnels singled u l t h cine : Iho deals that have shipped'Yank-e .1 i.. .... _:_... .... . . ' pla.yers and farmli.inds to St. Louis i o n Dobson, 'p _ . . . . : The Brov/ns were leading the ---,-,--,-- . , '-", 2 ! 3 4 . Tribe by a run until Rosen un- D, x .7a\t lntd .. oul '" Tn " :h oi,,';n,'o i 5»_o l lTMded his three-run drive in the Ch-ea«o . C09 ."10 flfix--3 ' seventh. d. f i l i n g the st Shentz held the N a t s to and was In little trouhlj at time. and Washington during the past j two years. ! "It looks as thou-;h we havr made the rest of the league tough," Casey, said. I "We helper! the Erov/ns and we 1 i helped Washington. Both of tho. e " j teams give you hell now. Cleveland won't bo abl» ol push them I around as in other year;;--and ix Ijits | that's a break for- ur-. We won't for and Orady Hstton homered for the Reds. By OAYI.E TAI.BOT | New Ynrk-l/TVOur vole for t h » j j smartest move made by any b;is?- ' I hall manager so f n r this season i S"!-s to Al I.op-v "f Ihp C'i".T':md ; I n f l l a j i c for h;i'ini^ d i f i r t i e ' l H.-ite' Mitchell (roni lie Icirloff spot; down IM .ixlh pln^n in hi^ lineup.' «. ".«»!» ». eineinnall I "' ~ ·T. LOUIt CINCINNATI 'b r h' .1, r h Glavlaflo, Id 4 1 2 Borle'ik'. Ib .111 " " I «· 'd«m-. Jh 4 l Muilal. If 4 0 t'Hittoii. ?n Slaufhttr. r( I I t W.il't c t Suhofn. zb 4 0 o:poit. If "500." ah r h ] T .'oon. »* 4 n 1 ! Kn"n\vs«. Ib .1 n 1 "CL«VEt..'-«I IT. LOUIS ab r h P'o r h Siimson. rf 5 " ".Younn. *b 3 1 1 Avili, 2b 4 f) 1 nt'ring. rf If :· 1 0 P.osen. rb 4 ft 1 H : vpr2. rf 3 " 1 Kennedy. 3 b ' 1 l.Dyck. " b 4 1 1 nab- . cf 5 1 2 : -mir;w. c S 2 2 Milcl'-'l. If 5 0 0 \Vrl»h:. I f 3 d " , --· -- Fa«!er. lh 4 1 JiM'cm-n. rl 1 0 0 A t t r o t h . c noone. si 3 n 1'Krvtiork'. I b 3 2 2 , Snantt, p JOOEt. SI 2in. Ih ·'liillev. cf ?.r:rnia'. If 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 n i 0 0 0 4 0 I 4 0 1 ] Hogan's Fast Finish Wins At Colonial Ft. Worth, Texas-(£VBen Hogan - ... banker! S4.00C first money from i sIco , 1 j ed the $20,000 Colonial National In- ! Umm.' .,,...,,. « r -._H i r . s q u,i a n n vitation Golf Tournament toriav Robinion. Left--Detroit y. chicaitf) «. BB--GrisEom 1. Hou 11rimn ?. SO-- 1 Mu!!in. ' Wertz. rf KeU. ^ Grnth, cf Priddy. 2! . H^ t'fttn'n, ' nMap-« ; iiocft. p ; To till s ab r h 4 0 1 s i t fl o o 4 0 1 ^ ,, 3 0 liGo'htrry. ib fl n o hBcrsrdino 0 0 0 Miricn, 31 l,qan. c 1 0 0 ^Pe'tr p Gromek. p 2 0 0 pa_g«, p Brfjsi*. p 0 n o r*lcCi;skv 1 0 n Harris p 0 0 1 : rRei'cr 1 0 0 Totals 40 R H Totals ~ al-'s^Tp"^! e r r o r ' f o r Brls^lr in tth h--Han for TeYihctts tn 7th. . [«_F.icd o u t f o r JIarrl3 '" 9 i h _ - - M 1 e . C ' e v e ' n n d . . . . O i l noi 011-5 a-Struck out for Hoiitfrman in «th. St. I-nuis . 120 ni OOx--7 Delroit OfM) ftOfl 000-0 E-Kryhoskl. KB!-East*r. Krynnrki C!iica«. . 100 03n OOx--1 | · Marion. Courtney. Mitchell, D y c K. E--Kell. Ginsberp. FBI--Nftnp 4 0 n Zarilla. rf · T O f nortr'c'cr. ' n n o Inblnson. Ih 4 0 1 3 0 Q.Stewtrt. If * n l "· n ' Co'emin. cf 4 0 h 3 0 0 ".o!'ar. r 2 n l 2 0 fl "^r'ajo'el. is 3 0 n 1 0 0 ^rinom, p . T O O n n n 29 0 3" Totals . P H . A WABHINCTON ab r h B b r h 4 n n Yoil, 3b I 0 O'»\u*by. cf 3 1 0 Jensen, rf 4 0 " Wilson. If W o . r f 3 0 1 SGoin 'iVh'ck, 3b 4 0 0 Vcrnnn. lh K*! 1 . 2h 3 ft n Runneli. si 3 n n Moderjeln. 2h ,T 0 3 0 2'Gr.isio. r 2 1 1 Mir»no. p 3 n n aSnydtr n o o * n " J ,,, Derrick, p o n n 0 0 0 I Totals 3! 2 8 Tntuli 31 i 6 j *--Sacrffic»fl for MoV..ivr"MT~sth ! b--Rsn for Wilson In 9'h PniUdclnhia . . .. ion no l nno--" 3 2 ' 5 ; w S^v )nI ,B,-v 1 , 0 . z ? r :,r n ^ Killer. Ib Lowrey. cf D. liter, c Chimberi. Preiko. Tol.li either but that's a l l ' r i g h t . The.,- rP ,, 0 tougher the league Is, from top to i Yuh«. p bottom, the hardT it Is for one ·--'- team to get off to a long lead." Stengel is counting on the three- times \vorld champions to take the lead during the Yanks' home s t a n d , a 17-game a f f a i r which starts Tuesday, night Coleman Will Follow Craflon To A.S.T.C. 5 : rvfMwardi, rf S 1 t tSemlnlrk ] I 1 SK«rak O H O llnu-fll c I 0 o M'Mlllan. I 0 01 'Vehmelr. p · · 9 3« » Muxhall, p ···tlUfrlnl p largely wii^t'd si Ihe tup nf the ord-r, nn\v i« l^l.-d arrnni; thp lefirllng RBI men in ih» Am»rlc?m i j j League. J J J j On- rrnson the Chlcuso Whit- Kmt hive faMeil tn get their w h l r - h n n i «ia--; of hjt y M r \vi, that rU'fll nT*nn»erii w^re l*n^- erl mil waiting fnr them lhl« time, |H!i'eil of Innkln* at s^r- one-llne pltrhip-i; miidi of the time, as thrv dM f»ri In 'SI, r«ul RlchiirnV npcpi) hnyi rave aren llttl* hul »hp hpit, nnri It h"i ituntrd their h«ttlp« avrr- 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : t i 4 1 1 1 0 Ol 2 0 0 ] 1 0 1 .. 3« « 10 t--Walked for E d w _ r d i " i n 3th. b--R«n for Stmlnlek In 3'h c--Sinf'art fer Nunhall In Hlh .1'. tiOull 210 "01 I O O - - 7 Clnelnnitl t(t ^in ooo-fl E--Nnne. RB*--Slaujhtrr ». Glav- lenn. Hvmui, Mm!.!. S'lVr Pr_iko Borkowikl 2; Hatirn 2. Edwardi. Mc^ " «n 5BH-G'«viann _. sultr. Me-1 Bronx H u l l , I« b-ll-o urged hv Mtliiln 3BH--Hon'cM HH --Slauffht'r ln-t i t L i P--l"reako " Kf '' m '" 11 r f I 1 "- rolumnlnj! Jake LaMottn, the Sliler. Yulial S'tler. LOB-- SI BOB- -frf«k Borkowikl. H a t l p . DP-- Il?min. Bphornri'«n«l nd 10. Cincinnati J. V u h n j .1. flraj.le I. '- ' "H-Zern ^-- Hodcrlr n " . .., pitchi. jB-stewrt. Grlssom 6. Houtteman 2 HO--Houtlc- nun « in » innin»s: Horft o in i R t ra-Houtteman 1-1. WP_Hou:tem.n and looked toward defense of his championship in the ixational Open. ai ,,,,,,,,, vrmo Little Ben's stretch drive i n ! -- HnriH^rnVn'Vs-'fii *v--i", which he shot a virtually perfect !,5, Robh - p "«»re"a. T round of 3-under-par 67 netted | ' ^ him his third Colonial title in the | six' years of this tournament yes- i Dlllu IH Uinlk terday. He wound up with 279 for ! M "7 '" nlHIfl 72'holes, beating out Lloyd Man- I -, grum of Chicago by four strokes. 11}| Tomorrov.- Ben ^oes to Dallas ' to 'start practicing on NorUv.vood Club's course, where the National Open will be held June 12-14. The Texan, who now lives at Palm Kennedy. Simpr.nn. Dohy. 2BH--Court- ney 2. Rosen. 1IR--Eaiter. Kryhoski :, Dobv. Simpson. SB--nivtra. DP-Rr).en. Tlonne and Eajtrr. LOB-Clfvjliind S. St Louis 9. BOB- Grom-k '. Bn«. Jie 7. Harril 1. Pille'.te 2. SO--Ore--'- » . - 5\C-- Sniflrr. Vain. Runnels. Vcrnon Ln ? Kn n « o n S ""- . 1. SO-Moreno 4. Shnnn 3. HO Moin 8; rrrnck I In I. n j, EH - 1. Srnntz h t ' · . 2-". f t rrlck '·"· "-Moreno n ""- Honnchick. 1 Cnnway. Ark.-W'l-r ormer Uni . ,, ,,,,,,.,. ... ,,,,,,.,,,,, , ,, v rsity of Arkansas bnskethall I '- HO--Chanibfra j in n innms«- plnyor Paul Coleman Is the new as- f". s .J.1u'i 1 J.. Y !! l 'f_ ! ln . ·.»"'· si.-tnnt football coach at A r k a n s a s S;a'e Teachers College. Coleman succeeds B i l l Cromwell, \.-ho resigned lo become head football joach at Harrison High -School. Wchnif:r I. N u x h i l l .1 so---rerkn 3 Yuhat 2, Bra-It -. Nui-haM ?. n.vprly " ' Prcn.j Wrhiriflr ( "in j: "Nuxh'airVln 3" ' Byrrj 0 In 1. n A, r.'t -Chanil»r»! -I: Telko 4-4; Vuhai l - l ; Brar.le 0-0: ! wenmelr 3-5: K u x h u l l --2. B.verly! n-n. W-Yuhai l i - l l . t^-Nnxh«]| 'itl-ll | 3to5. U r'! 1 T- 1 5- ; .7 EnI " n - C ° n " nd '""i profession In q u i t the nrl.i ,.,.,, w h i l e he s t i l l has n ' l hl» marbles, i .lake is reputed to h- one of the McNoir, Loner Tie For , Springs, Calif., has played Northwood only twice in the last Uvo ives Boys Club Win Over Harmon Nine, 4-3 0 Harris 2. Pilletlp 2. HO--Qromek 7 in 4 inning: Pilletta It In SVi: Brissie 1 in 2: Harm 1 in :: Paift 0 In 'b. R it ER-- Gromelt «-6: PilleKe S-D; ·v. ,-» BI ,:r,- Briss'e 1-1: Harrij n-0; Paije 0-0 HPB ril' A--1C - I -- Gromck iDyckl. W--"Illette 15-2). L 1 i --Grcmek 13-1). U--Snar. McGowsn - and MrKlp'iy. T--3:29. ' KCONO C*MI ' CLIVIL»NB IT. LOUIS ; nb r hi ab r h _ ! Simninn. rf 5 0 1, Young. 2b 5 0 1 ! PhlUdetphia 3 3 1 Delsiny. rf - - - · S 1 3'Njeman. rf S n n Rivera, cf 4 0 2'flyrk. lh 4 o O'Cnurtney. 3 1 1 Wright. If ·looit. !« tn'.n. Ib "hillty. cf Z^rnlil, If Valo. rf Thoirm, rf . Hltchc'k. Sh ! Ken. 2b Tip'.on. r I Ifoopsr. c Totals ) 0 HYpil. j|, 4. 0 fl.Buibv. cf 3 0 3'J_nien. rf 4 0 2|Vcrnon. Ib 1 0 IKRimneU. M 4 0 0 Wi'son, If 4 n 1 Baker. 2h 2 0 O K H H I 7 . r 4 n O'S'eater. p 31 0 7 Totiis 4 1 n 3 0 0 3 0 II o o o 2 0 1 Buffalo Raceway at Hamburi;, | N. Y. will sponsor two $i(i.uiiu' 1.600 In Blind Booev idded money stnkes t h i s season -- j - ' Ihe B u f f a l o Annhrrsar.v Trot a n d ! David McNair and .'ulius (»eers wealthiest of preaenl but he fi Up as lo think he It th champion. M n n t i » Kenneriv of the Ghmt-; llter.illy w»v p l l e h i p y for bis joh the other day whi-n he shut nut the SI. Louis C a r c l i n n l s oti four hits aiul w.-ilkerl only one bntler. The (iiaiils brass (in'.-ill.v bad c iv- j en up on Ihe erratic lefty mid v/rre ' ! prcoared to nsk \'.'n!vrrs on h i m 1 if he dl'nppnlnted them once' BravM Innkii like it rlnch for ftooklr nf Ibr Year honon. ttrn of Kin first wren home run«,l« »alrl tn have rirrled over 40|) frrt. M.nthevn H the lad wfep rraihvl Intn ('ftrnmlsilnnfr Fwrl Frlrk In training ramp and left wrlln thr nine of pullet e(K*... : Jon Louis has decided to pwrnit ; hi" n'im« tn he us?rl on a new ; hrnnd of strnieht bourbon wlii.- rn?rlil lo the hoxinpr jrarri!. ;prr- viflrg the fttrlct Injunction 'hat',al- co':olic hevpragej. r-card!esf_ of the nnme or finality of tho product, fire not for children!" '.',,'; Dex-er Press Files Suit In Circuit Court--. The tleyler Press, Inc.. of P»ai5 R i v r r . N. Y.. lod.iy f|l»d «tl.-_in CMrcuit f'ntirt reeking to ·olVt* ll.M1.70 from U. P. DavljT ajrl J. r.. T;mcred, HoinR business!as the .^'oriHwesr Tobacco and Cindy f o m p i n y of Fay^ttevllle. "fhe stiit :-:!=,V!t th« SLM4.7!) rnple- t.'-e unpfiid b.il.ince of a 3fc,- the p«r- reputed 10 m one ol tlic ....,...,., ....,..,..-. .., ,, nn, it of preacnl il,i.v (lsH«rs S"-t-7'l.d(.hl contracted .11 the pir- inds it hnrd t o ' h a n r cm!' ' 'ff^'^f:'^,'^''''"^"^ "' * ih y* )ng as D r f r o i l f-n:s ;;t'll "^KT^-*^^*aBa-pJstcard«. ; ^ IB the midtMeu'eir/hf - -- . - - - _ .~ - iv --... --^M ,,,,,, ... "· ; ,, ~ . ., ·," ""····"""» i»n.T n ne ui-nppninted hem onco Villatc Kirn, Pace. led for first place yeM-rday In .,, I more. Now they will t h i n k a long I ~' . " T 7 7 , . J '"-"ole h| mtl bogey p.olf tourna- time before i n l i n e another N a - ' ms. in his dehu w i l h . m e n t at the FayetteyiPe Country tlonal League | M m h.v. h i m : Ted Willi;u ., l h = Red Sox In 11)39, col a d o u b l e ; Club. Jug Wh«ler placed third . i n four trips lo the jilate hut t h e ; Ed Wilson fourth and Roy Scott Yankees beat the Rostonlnns, 2-0. fifth. tinnal League t e a m have him, If hr malntaina hlx early pace, ll Kd Malhrm of the , Avlia. 2b Rosen. Pb Dobv. c! Mitchf. If Fajler Ih Booni*. ss Hagan. c Jonps. p The Fayetteville Boys Club won : h^-r^rrtino. Brissic. p . i'ears. The great finish put on by | second Washington County League game in a row yesterday afternoon at Harmon, rallying in the ninth frsme for thre» runs to e great f n s h put on y | rsme or ree runs to Hogan yesterday, during which he j down Harmon, 1-3. Lefty Charles g.-ined 13 strokes on Raymond ! Began pitched for the winners. Gafford of Dallas, who led the j S iv 'n8 "P eight hits and striking 4 0 1 Krytiojkl 2 0 0 Dem'stri, » 1 o t Thomas, ni 0 1 0 Byrne, p 1 0 1 rMon Madiron. p ,IMkl eli 37 8 10 Totals ics 3 0 0 : W.shinKTon 2 1 o i ? n " ' V ? c7nTMn..l? P 7n t ' 0 "rand *f J S ? : *B ~3 M !"' lf 'Sy " """hlnjton"" 2 1 1 . BB--S'-a!rr 4. Hooprr 2. SO-Sluali-r lh . 1 0 . .,. ,, 2 0 0 j HBP I 0 1 2 0 1 ) 1 0 n 0 0 0 i o n 32 2 * oprr o-l ninnrr SloMer (2-!,. I, n ,er_Hooncr io"il""l'~ TZ3TM 1 '"-"HSi**' y '"" B " r ' : How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE w tournament through its t'^irrl round, , ou ^ 15- a--Doubled fnr Junes tn 7th. h_Ran for Tebbstts in 1th t----Flied out for Byrne tn 7th. ; d--Popped out for Madison In Slh. .j ^, Clevflnnd 100 003 :ui-6' "rooKlyn 23 st Louis .. ... ooo rno ooo--2; Nrw York _ -:$ E--A v i l a, Eastpr. RBI--Mitchell, Chicago _ To Rosen a, Rivera. Hegan. 2B_S:moson. i C i n r i n r n t i T - l, Th^TM,, u««. n A,.{l, U o _ _ ! ^ J l l t I l l l l i l l l . . _ _ ]7 pnr 72 and still finish s»cond with . 2B3. In third place was Tommy Jl.BTS. Gafford and Ford SI.L'fln I Bolt of Durham, N. C., who m a t c h - apieee. Gary Mlddl:coff of M e m - | ed Hogan's 67 and closed out v:ith . phis, Tenn. v.-ho turned in 287, 235. Doug Ford of Harrison. N. Y., who did 71. tied with Gafford i^ 286. T.lsnprum collected S2.700, Bolt was sixth and won }900. Keep or with Ihi Umes -rfirt ·MFK 4.11. Behind To Trip Pittsburgh, 5-4 Washinfton Pittsburgh - I/Ft - Dee Fondy's i New°York fourth hit of the game--a two-run St. Louis n i n t h inning home run--save the Chicago Chicago Cubs a t h r i l l i n g 5-4 vie: Philadelphia "~~"' tory over thp cellar-dwellinrj j Pittsburgh Piratrs. Fondy was the big gun for the Bruins, collecting three sm^les in addition to bis homrr and dr: 1 .- ing in three runs. Ralph Kiii"r. the Piratp.s ailing homp run k ; nc hammered a round-trippnr in the fourth. L i t t l e M u r r a y Dickion pnw a victory sna1" u ed from b ; r, cr:i.cn on Fondy's drive. Tiic. 20-came w i n - ner of last year was on l h " hrn-'\ h a v i n g been relieved by T#d Wilks in Ihe r i g h l h , hut it v.-a= bis j victory had the Puc-; mnnaced to com* through. As it was Wilks took the loss. AMERICAN LEAGUE W 'L 24 13 19 19 16 IS 16 12 14 14 2n is r .57(5 .576 ,5S3 .174 .471 .4M .28] Retrnil . . . . 9 2 3 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 2-n. Washington 1-1. Cricajo 3 1 . Detroit (l-l). St. Louis 7-2. Cleveland 5-6. N'w York at Boston, postponed. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION I, 17 IB 19 20 21 20 20 31 ·571 Sfid .MS .son .487 MS!) .244 -- i. Pi"5b CHIC-AQO M i k t . . . ,, Fnnrty. lh H r m i n ' i . r Siucr. If A) well, r Srren*. 3b . ii. cf J f f f r o N t . cf R n m i z ' i . 2h PiTTMUHCM h ah r h 5 0 2 CaMlu'e. lh ^ l ? S ? 4 O^lf.rern. rl * n 0 5 0 5 XinT. I f 4 ) 2 4 0 r, n.-;t. r f 4 0 1 3 O n r,trafr». r . 1 1 " - 1 0 0 Merion. 2b . 1 0 1 0 0 0 S'rirkll-nrl. is 4 fl 0 o o o Rir'. Ih 4 n n 4 0 1 rji_i*nn. p 3 0 2 0 0 (I Wllltl. p 1 0 0 1 I 0 i o n O O O 1 1 I 1 , o n o Totals 31 9 I! Totall 1 I 10 fl-.firnundtd In'n deilb'ff p'^^ for b Walked for Sertna In aih e - - n n u h l p d for Htrkor In vh 051 n:o ni-.. s E - - S t r k l » n d RBl-Klner ·:. R-'l. H e r m i n i k l . Fnndv 1 Diekpor Sa'ier ,,,,, t ., ntt (j, r ;.| 0 | lp nirlunn B-'l , HR*-Klliar. rondy s-.ne' Grir6. lown DP-- *.tw«ll, Mlkih and FTnmatll; ntrfcktind. M«fton and B.inlromt 2 LOB--Chlcala T. Pllti- t"ir«h I iOB--Dlt'kwn 1, Lown « Hackir . Wllkl 1 SO-Dtckion 4. t^iu-n , Hirktr I. LeoniM 1 MO--. Lo-A-n * In Innintl; Bl-kien 10 In 7'i L»nnanl « in l Micktr l Ir. ! Wllka J In IS K V r.F-t.ow 4-.1 ' «nl Warneke T - 2 : 3 ' A -5 111 Mobile A t l a n l a New Orlenns Chi!lanoo';n B i r m i n z h a m . Nashville Little Por-k ,, . , Memphis . VrM-rdfy'o R'snl's A t l a n t a 9. Memphis 4, second 1 fame postonne-l, ram. Mobile n. C h a t t a n o o g a 1. L i t l l e nock 3. 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