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First Place In NL The colorless but dependable' Fr « E '' w i'*, Scotland-(*)-Frank*towhead from Charlotte, N. C. i St; '"a h sn, the Toledo belter. made the shift fmm i h « i ma Ih. To Make First Appearance In British Amateur . who ha. ... outfield to first base with littl. fanfare but \vith Turpris'iiig sup. cess, has been the most consistent Glants this M ' lnn - "« i.ana-an, tae Toledo belter. | , ' iac,e his b»l»t.d entrance into i I?//r A Iliivlc /^*,Lr 'T'^ T 7 ' i f\ ^ I -. . '« 5rlti.h Amateur Golf Cham- *\M*V tlUI IS LiUS 1 O VlCtOVM OVCT ( -2JY7C 1J ;onship todiy against Jot Gent, -' M/o ' ' - pionship todiy against Jot Gent, a 53-year-old Englishman. Chicago - Up) - Big Bob flush isaus me L-JUD wiin a Z3t h.tr Th * Ohi ° tlron S to '. °ne of the ' hurl « d . his ""h strai.ht victory mark second hiehest i n ' t h e l"g U e g ! b ' ?)f " vorite5 (or th8 ''"· s P« nt I f h l s t ^ Louis''r^-^V^^n 1 l^f^/^^fiH *^M, 'JLSEE j Hi!* " ' " " - ftVBSB £ S SS S ££'.,»« £? R ----««-« -- who^e^moct of the j-rclaim f o r : Strjnsban drew a by. in the initial round. e ?: c a tre C-iante tremendous early as the Giants tangled Dodgers at the Pole the first time since r aeu n pennant playoff game last year I W!th Slra 1S"»n through the twist- Bobby dammed a home run in hn I ln fairways of this SMI-v^-d first ( . m e a t bat and drove in three "curse, which was first laid' out led with h e l , n , r ! e ' - made ;he quar- Grounds for I if r r f m a ' s * th « tourney last year. their fateful I E no1 f: P«ted to l:aen in W!th Slr Thomson. The 25-year-old f i r s t l r '' 8W " /baseman drew a walk in the firjt I " st " r A!ex inninj and rode in ahead of Thorn-1 ro " nri eons homer. He walloped a 400-foot i Even though Stra'aci triple in the third and crossed t h e ] frenchman Henri J,a . --- -.....Tison's 440-foot, fl-. Then he iced the game in the f i f t h with a home run into the right field elands, his fifth of the s°a- son. V/hitey also starred in the field. no lroub * was backed by a seven-hit attack that included a home run and a double by third baseman Bill ... .,,,. Serene. The fnur-basjgcr cnme in iut Gent. Although the i t h e f l f t h i n n i n ' to break up the "--- · · ' scoreless duel and pinned t h e ]o«s | on Mizell who gave way for a i pinch-hitter in the sixth. Mir.cl struck out seven and a l - ' lowed but three hits in six i n - , nings Al Brazle, who took over on the j mound for the Cards in the seventh ' ran into trouble right a w a y Two '· hits and a walk filled the bases j and Bob Ramazzotii -jinsled two! men home. The Cubs filled t h e : ba«ei again in the eighth but failed to score. Chi**-. ?. n». Ltuii o IT. LOUH CHICAGO CD r h it) p ivleno. 3b .J 0 l M k - i f . IB a o o · ---·nus, ss 3 0 OiiTm'zoftj. 2h 4 0 1 MtnUI, 1Mb 4 0 O'TdwarcK c 3 0 1 SPORTS BosoxToi-J Win Over Yanks QUALIFIERS AVERAGE 135.504 Record Upped To W6 As Field Completed For 56?-MileCl3j$ic Boston-l/Pi-With tlon I.enhardt :drj,-ni|j in five r u r s the Boston . H5d Sox dov.-ntrl the New York Ytnkeei. 6-3, here l»it nlnlit. l.ni. ;h.rdt did hij rl.mn.7e with « home ! rim and a doubl., both off the de- j livery nf lo«r Johnny Sain ! Lefty Mel Parnell held | world dumps in check excrp Necciai Good, But This Guy ' Looks Better Brlatnl. V;i. -(,-T'i - T h i * t,, ls ». bill.wn.-ky town n-ver thoux'H it : would see f Pim ,,f Ron Nee- j ci»i, the b u l l e l - l w l l p i t c h i n g rlhr- ' nom who utriiek nut 27 men In the, hlirlinii a n n - h l l t r r i ' o r ; Hut six fl:ivi iidrr Neccai ton matches · ···'«- '" th « third b e a t e w i t h NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayellivllle, TuMdoy, May 27, 1952 prove a problem A steMv enlfw who can take advantV- 0 - "nv shortcoming; on the rart of his opponent. Kyle was British »ma- Klaughtei Shlt'r.' ey a s o s a r r e n the field. ,,,;.. ,·,,·,·' ",*»'*" He accepted a dozen chances with- 1 leunr ''""f 1 In lfl39 - "efen out a miscue. . Four hits were all the Giants man of Pinehurst. N. C.. matched obtained off Preacher TCoe Carl Enkine and Joa Black. They need- e-1 a superb relief job by George Spencer to win and they got it. S-pencer replaced stsrter Jim Hesrn in the second inning with t£s score tied at 2-2 and stopped th? Brooks cold v.-ith thre* hits and no runs to gain credit for hio first victory. 7*-~ t '-rr».~!trMkl» n "i ·ROOKLVN NEW YORK ai r h: ah r h Morgan. *b 1 n ft H'il-ism*. 2h 4 0 0 Ti: .-p. st i n l''j]ckman. Ib 3 3 fcnjnfr. cf 4 0 -iThcm^oTi. ?b 4 1 Robinson. 2^1 :t n 0 ~llio ; ir · n P2ll;o. li 4 n 0 Tiring If Furlllo. r f 3 1 1 r.layi. c f HotfK-!. Ib 4 1 1'oark. si V'a'ksr. c 2 0 0 Mueller, rf 0 0 0 iveETum. c 1 0 I'Heqrn. p 0 0 fl Spencer, p 1 (l 0 1 0 0 -7Ck, p 1 0 0 ?'.a 3 30 2 6 Totals £-- 3:ng!ed for Hoe" in ~2nd.~ b--vian for Shuba in 2nd. c--"truck oul for Brai!*, p - -- . L-Slsnky £ ef «ndins champion Dick Chap- {f^; J' strokes with W. C. Gibson, forme, amateur titleholder it, the third round while H.rvie Ward of T?r- boro, N. C.. Hobart Manlcy of Savannah and Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Texas, sll went into action aiamst lightly regarded British players. Jimmy Mcllaie of Philadelnbia and Bob Knowles of Boston easy winners yejterday. had today off waiting for the field to thin out. . rf 3 0 0 S;uer. If 3 0 0 :b 4 II 1 Her:;n3. ~b 4 1 2 3 0 3Vendy. I b 4 1 2 o n niJiUurjai, c f 3 1 ! 0 0 Ol'Iormanski, rf 1 0 0 1 II 0 I^Jqrksnn 1 0 n 3 0 0 \di1is. r f 1 0 0 2 0 0 Rush, p 3 0 0 IvilJ-ei'. p 2 fl 0 H . R i f f , i f 1 0 1 Totals _ 29 0 fiiTotali a--Han for fjisler in 711 h--Grounded out frr Her » three-run homer by Gil Me-.' parlure"from" IV r u « n A , , - , lht U £"ln\ lh ^%£4^ the SenalOM, two «nd n hilf I wn-J'r--nil'l"^"-whl! nm.m,^ ! same, back of the Cleveland I n - l l o h, every b i t ,i, ROCK! ,"7n,l ·' nei-hniis better t h n n , the l l l u j l r l - ' oils Nc'.Tial. i Indl- nnpoIls-W-A fl«lrt thi ; !·-·i 1 - !'·. t-,-K n m ' i f y i n g recon four times will j'nrt Friday In th, 3T''i a n n u a l Sfn-roilr aijto race a Ird ; nni.r"!i^ Motor Speedway T^c 3.1 -taHer.1 iveraged 13.1.5fK miles »n hour In t v » 10-mile qiinll. f.v.TiB run-; t h a t endp.d Monday. Olfl-tirr-.ert around the 2li-mi!l trf"-j rootpnMrd the limit was neaj .i«t ve^r when t l ;e field nvpraeec 133570 in the tim« trinli The m i x t u r e of veteran rtren and y n u n z sroduatM of the hot I rod and midert cireult? wrecked ; 'nur car.-. In the rare nrelimlnarlM i Th«M w»rc no death' Allen Heath of Northridge 'nlif.. p^cnnH with cut llpi jnil ned wrixt in the only eraxh dians. Idle yesterday. Lenharc Wllllamt the Bosnx' n i i t f l r l d | , with his four-ha;|er in the third. It wis his f i f t h of of t h e ' cnmpaijn. Sunday and Monday of ihis rluoious opinion o 1 f-e week produced the kind of wea.h- | wrote the br-. ? : "ml so 3 v er t h a t irresistibly soul and te Ereat l in I I - - - ···- ·" - - . . . m l l l l . i u f ^ u l l l a l m a n s ; it could be b:..lt in the back yard. oul (or . ."e ! , 7 ; Rc u h s ha '4° ' , Ru;h !. no--M'r '«-2l I,o-ffr--Mirell il-,-,i IJ-.pia Secory. Warnj'.t? and Go*'z TA - - ( A c t u a l ) 7.1T8. floErr communion. The sun-warm er) winds ivafl the call for ad- Ans-.vering the call (about this lure last yearl we jet about lo u'uid n sailboat on which to l i g h t - ·oartsdly skim the waves of Lake .. outdoors i n t o | We ttruggled along f i n a n c e of two very ·ith the __ able cirpen- terr- who have been plying their I'ade for many year?, and ill the equipment known to m a n . «nd still experienced heart-:;re;:!tins (and ·°* TOM Woodllng. ll*j r oo : oiM.«llo. r l " l j ' j B · !' i ' "'esky. J» 3 M Baurr. r f 4 0 |inh?rd. I f 3 1 - Btrr?. c 4 1 llSl.phtn ,, - -· McD'u'd. Sb 4 1 JlVellm.r. rf Ccrv. cf 4 0 "Goodman, 'b Norm. Ib 4 0 «:Dropo, Ib 4 o tiwmi« c 4 o '·"'.men. - »i_j_i|tii«l ,«,, MO Mrooo-ii 004 BOO £ox-« - ». Btrra nnt--Unhardt 3, Goodman, McOoufaid 3 2 8 -- P n k y Goodman. Unhardl SB--Rain. when he hirn-l in h ,,VTM,d ,'uc ««, W no-hit p W M rm . nrr . ' " j ' ' 1 / ""'' S "' r t '' l ' rl " d h h ' C"-"t Miller nf Olendalr. Calif WBS the fourth driver tn rrack the I f i i r k f l l i a l l f v i h B rprord «nd hh "' ·» . M - r l i n . !b Sam. p New York Boiton ·.vood-snapping) lurn. failure - a t every 28 4 4 Xr.krns. p J.-V York 201 010 OOx--4 E--Vf« JL rum. RBI--Thomson 3. Shuba .2. Lockmin. 2B--Dark. 3B--Lockman I f.--Thomson, Lbckmnn. SB--Hes-t · DP--Spencer. Dark snd Lockmtn: Thomwn, 5: New York ". BB~Roe l Irikini J, V/illisms and Lockman 2. I-"-'--Brcoklyn Hcirn -, Spxncer 1 - ST---Hoe J. Epenctr 5. Plirk 1. Hearn .1. Spencer 3. HC-- Rot- 1 in 1 inninss tr-kin* 3 in 5: B'cck 0 ; n " in J U ; Spencer 3 in 7~i. R Rce 2-3: Enkine 2--; Hssrn . -. .. . ibln-on). PB -Ws^pr. Win- 2 * -s;Hudson Leads, Nats To Win iKiner Bells Homer 0 0 0 ' -^ ,. . I 3 o ; Over As, 5-3 ! To Help Pittsburgh r 3 0 0 0 3 n 0 5 0 1 3 0 0 ? 0 0 0 0 0 lengins bodies of water. We-and ^.ird" the" front Vnd ot^ur Vile our p a r t n e r in lhe ,,,,,.«,.,, Jo ,| ;,,-, t w i l h S1 . cnt . v . c and fe v.-ith spirited""' to build our R l m - . · Runch-stl abou, industry last year And a cemblance of form re- . The. c is so m u r h stored up energy in tl,a! inlrir.-,(e bendin* a n d weld- ln:r of boards I h i i l heaven only knows what i.iiRhl happen ff Washinjton.(£)-Sid Hudson held · , 1 r.iIadelDhia to nine fairlv w c l l i scattered hits and batted in" a o.ir ?-T £h ', m r l ' asthew » Ehin « i "" I MW ? rs d !'? ate n.l the Philadelphia i A :,'V' : ' tIc1s ; J-3. Th? Nats came up ! with a IS-hil barrage acainst Kam I Johnny Kufab ' ,, Pittsburgh-W)-Ralph Kiner, the K^S^e SE ^i-ul^^pol^id ! sjltcd irom our efforls. But w i t h · soirr! ilng should .ause i t ' l o come j ihe first frost our attentions v.-ero i^^ apart. i dlvered by the bodily comfort o r ! rrobnhly the most hi-rculenn | indoor sports and the hull of our I la"k v.e i.-jced In ue'.tins as far as jprojert Hansd, neglected, in the j "·e hove al present v.-as bending workshop. I a 1x12 into a s h a l l o w "11" the 12- But v.-arm weather is with us i inc!l Vi ' n '- Tne Pl ;l "» didn't cx- """·· "~" for such a maneuver, got to the front end asain and \ve are prepared , . to d'-.et off the keel, lay in a sup- i °" 1 w n c n ' ~ " - -u..,..,,, i x u w a u . | -.."ft,, " t ' i ' t u i u u ucdi recovery t o d a v Hiidsoo and Archie Wikon I '""owing his return to form Ian drove across all th* Senators' runs. I night. The big outfielder · th e ex-Yankee, slammed | [2 i « tingle and a long lly". Ca ° W "' h I Elnift- Valo, who accounted f o r 1 at it again. o" t h e ho;it \ve difico\-ercd the -iideho;;rris (made of I x l 2 ' ) v.cre nppr.-ixin:.ilely six inches belov: where tliey had to screw into the . -- « n . «- Unhirdt. Mcgounld. DP-Gooflm.n. Buphcni ni Drove: McDoutild Merlin und Norc.i. L«f;--Xew yerlt I S?!'"". '. ?«-?«rntll i. SMn 4. SO-- Farne'l y Bain *'*· Bautr-'s.Mn I-l: Par" Thl !'i«l' r .ving rfrord had been ni.ni l'(,. v ' n " f H H y - - f e , hr^en iir^«| v «lv by Andy Lin; . ; l i ? , Ni-r'-inl, w!'o f B n n r d - ' J r n of f,ot An«i.le« Fred An j! 101 In 4 2 j., ,,, nln ,,, pltchpd L^.h,^,,,,, ,,, A|h ^ e " g« *«·· 4 n ?| l»t Kflme for n r i,tol. I n . n vukovlcb ,. rr«"o C.ll* I o o l B '" whll ' f «l 7 »nd drove homo '. N l r r i ^ n O f Ihe 33 o.«»llfl»ri 4 « o ! the w i n n i n g runs ^^ the Twin^- " ' " edfied Klnnspirl, 1-0. Last n i g h t . B?il r'onckled Bluc- fleM's Blue Orays. s t r i k i n s out 20 ns the Twins won, 4-0, i- stretch their w i n n i n g streak in 13. The trio of no-hlltem by Hell »nd Neeeial eime within « period M c 7! . - . - ner--«penc*r (!-"!. Lour--?:r;l:ine 12- II. U--Jord«. Bojess. Pin«IH ind Irstln. T--3:22. /\--40.J5S Pierce Gains Two Wins For Chisox St. Louis-M, .... ,.. .. Sox and Billy Pierce pi?k»d up t.vo victories, 10-3 and 6-2, las't rijht--the first a two-inning completion of a suspended game-over the St. Louis Browns. The wins liftad the Sox into fifth place in the league. SI. Louh 2, Chics,. 0 three of Ihe A''S hits, poled s'ho ^ie run with the bases empty in the second frame. W^MMiitvn j. ^,, | PHH.*0»L»H!A I ab r 1. J53»t, !S 4 0 0 Yos', Ib ; '"In. I b 4 0 1 Bu.bv. cf | 2hlll=y. cf s o rjtnstn. rf ' *?rn:a'. If 4 1 1 Wiljon. I f I y»lo. rf 3 2 3 Vernon. I h Hitchi-ock. 3b 3 0 I Runnrii u Chicaco White Ke!l. h 4 0 n.Koder'e'n ' ' - ··" - 4 0 1 Klntl7. · ' 7, i ' Hudeon. p 1 0 0 , WASHINCTOH 4 I 1 4 0 0 4 ·: 2 4 o r, 4 I I 3 1 1 1 4 0 1 three-run round-tripper 'i'n""the, . . . . . ,, ,, , ,, , ,, , . . . . I inning--his second home run api on the occasion of browVli-e ' ' 1nV ) " H ' ltl wo games and his f o u r t h of t h e 1 idly around Ihe village book store ' n c r c a d i n ? t h t l rath " obscure ·i- r ^ § ft-ra^^|- -Syt^i;; 1 whf,;iSssTM"« - M 1 % ? we happened to notice a volume ' 11!r ; cIam P 3 ! ' nd , v ' e n t .'° v; "?' '.' titled: "Boats Anyone Can Build." f,°" ve , evcr tr '^ bcn ,?,'"- · bo " rd . . . , . , through U s w i d t h you'll know wh«t Having had a slight e n e o u n t s r .,,,,. ,, rnb!cn , v .. as . Fortunately we w i t h t h i n g s nautic.il d u r i n g a :)3- ; ;,,,,,,·, km) ,,, i l t the tirlf thai it month slrclch m the Navy a fev.- years bark t ·· book ignited ou. ths Cincinnati Reds. Frank Miller va-., the v i c t i m nf timers bis blow. Buc rookie Ronnie Kline, looking for his first major league win, pitched sir- tight ball for five inningy. He weakened in the ?ixth to allow I r e Reds thrc; innir.gs Bob F r i e n d ' came on to gain credit for the I l m n S l n a l l o n - On the lover it staled win. , i Kit only minor i n t e l l i g e n c e v.'as Friend now has three of Pitt;- nesrie.-l IT put together ; ny of t h o . i. '· ~ 3t s ' ln ' Vellmer. s.tphenjl, Winner-- p'rnell (J-.l) Lot- T;-S«in il.-i. U-Orleve. d'rv.ni. Napp. Summon. T-- ::15. A-- :o,lla Irvin To Be Reidy In About Two Months Nrw ynrk-(Ai-The New York Giant.-;, in firm place in the National League race today, got another piece nf jl«d tidings, Monle Irvin, the leagued chumplon RBI man, will start limberini up with the team in about two weeks. This news came almoit on the eve of Willie Mays' departure for the Army. Mays l« to report for a-tive duty Thursday. Irvin is not expected to see service before mid-July or early August, but , knowing his cervices will be available during the stretch ' d r i v e should give Giants peimant hopes » "hot In the arm. of 14 days. Both nre tabbed prize p i t c h i n g I .Siwciai prospects In- f r o n t n f f i r - c '''|p| a ir. | oMhe pr.rcnt Pittsburgh Plrnlr, ' i ..,,,.,,,,, ,,, ,,, C.i'iforni«ns. Alburlo A.c« r | of Milan. Italy, ''rlvins * V-IJ Ferrari, made the Rlnrtlnr; lineup. Johnny Parsons al Sherman O=te, Calif., only former "!fHT winner in the field, aim was scheduled to drive i ferrarl, but it didn't null him »nd h» qualified '·'- I9SO winner, tha Jim Robbins ' be done. 4 o ; burgh's · .son. seven victories this sea- ToUls 0 1 o n p 2S 3 9,To-a!s r -..JM am of April 291 -ch:c.ir.- oo: :o: ooj--10 H o S- Loui- 030 CO: 0:0-- S 7 2 Pierce. Dorish IRi, Kennedy (9) ?nd T-olIpr: Fannin. Hudfior. in-. Harriet (4i, Slate.- i7i Bearden (81 im^ Mo'^. ..Johnson (7). WP-Pierce: LP--Frnnin. liD: C'll.--S'ewart. ?r-:onD COME _34 5 13 ..I 6t for biK^r^'^r,;: i A?:«»? - » j rnriar^ ,-,·,, s ab r hi ab r h ' Fax. 2b 5 2 3' YTcfcae'5 2b 4 n o 7ari!]3. rf 4 0 : rhoinss. Oh S 0 n Rr-'Sri-,'!. Oh .T 0 C'3jvcr«. c* 4 0 1 H-binson. I b 4 0 1'Nieman. rf 4 1 2 S-i-.-arl. I f 3 2 2 Dyrk. I f 4 0 1 Colcman. cf * l r^Trje-c c 4 o i HceJy. r 4 0 nCryh'K'. J*- 4 1 5 Cpr'sq'ei. ss 4 0 ** Marion, is Pierce, p 4 1 li larris'. p Overmirc. p -Rapo Bsardcn. p .^BU K i'ltts ·'-·inner--HudVon (3-3). Lo-*r--Zo'dfk Q-?.l. U--Honor'tick. Diiffey Ferrv ; ··· JI *" l -- v»»io,jio:a. .IB--tdwarc Rrmmell. T--2:09. A--2.314. " ' I K 'J e v S3--Adeim. 5--Caitisfl V,'e f r a n k l y a i i m i t v/e wrr* a lit- t l e slnppy with some of our pre- l i m i n o r y work, but wln»n v/e got io the prpcise task of I n y i n g on ;ht! p'ankmg v.-e cxcr:'i?ed the ;rc;!lcst rare. \Vc UFrd a micrnme- [nr in fjetUrg earn board exactly OR it should ho w i t h loving care nnd lhe t h o u g h t t h a i staying afloat ' rpenrled npnn o:ir skill v. r e screw, I cd on t ^ c plankr. i t r i l t ' "~ l : o u ^ h t Ihe book nnd j When last we raw it in the fall 2 0 0 1 alter a short and hish-pirrFiirc'l j of 1051 the t h i n ^ would have 2 1 i j s a l c s t a l k secured a p a r t n e r w h o j . l n n t o d on a lake of penetrating 32 tJTotaii 29 6 61 had accef;s to every t y p p of wnnri- ] O H. When we revisited it th« other , »--Filed out for HHlcr i n 9(h. -- j\-or!;ing tool to he f n i r n d in North- j day the boys in the mill told UR i Cincinnati _ ooo 003 ono-^ ! west Arkansas. Which v/as l h e ' Tour people had tried tn buy it for FOU THE 9fST ASK 30 models, and t h a t ihe back yard ' _____ _ (O.'fcred a splendid base of opera--- ... f. Cincinnati 1 i linns | CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH ! o_ r .._, lh '\ *,,*,,' . = b r h | (The back vard Idea c v i d c n l l v , Bor. kl . ,h S n p c.,n,onc. :,b 4 . i , thrown in to avoid the old RI ,K , about ijuiidirg ,1 hn.-it in lhe bns-"- ? ! '.' mc.nl ll-.rn no; bcins : ble to gel i; : hOW ONLY $£86 "T 4/5 Ql. $905 aafPlnl PIUI lalti Tan GLENMORE KtNTVCKY SnUOHt iOUftOH C L I N M O H O l S l l l l f t l f S COMPANY 1 · LOUISVIUi. K I N T U C H ***»' n n . o u t throush do door.) We11 ' 3 0 1 n 0 0 n n 1 o i o i n T°ial» ss l u Totait^ ss : J «--Slntled for OvprmVre In 71h.' ^.V-Slruck out for B*arden in »th Chicago Oni rtll 101--fi " Louis 010 000 10-)--° F:-- Mosj 2. RBI--Zartll*. Carreiqucl .2.. .SUru-arl. Rapp. Robinson. 2B- ' Pi)i c '.,,,-i, E-=wsrl. Nicmin. Marion. SB-Ste-arl. f'" s _" rph -- · E--Morrlst. RridrigutT. Z 3 riu». DP-- Monday's Results M M3e'5. MpT-inn *nd Kr.'hoiki. Le't · Phica-n ^ *^t T nitic- n -Chic.-KO 7. St. Louis 3. BB_Hri-t»i 3 ' . ' , , " . 3 bt ' L ° U1£ ° T rrct 2 SO--Plrrcs 6. Karris! l HO-- ! Npw Yor k 4 Brooklyn 2 L" r j!" i' '". '·'' J"P' n F': Ovcrmirt (i; Pittsburgh (I Cincinnati .1 ,. B^rd-n ? ,,, 2 R i- E R - I AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 13 -s f"~"n«u"" · t *" w j i .» tnui iur j\u- ' TIa'.ton 2b 2 1 l i K i n ^ r *f Phl!«°«!ph- a 010 M- 000-- J £,"""· rf 4 | S 1 '?.!!-j' «whmf.on . . Ill 010 01---5 K If 4 o liSlr-ni''-^ £ Si;F%irvSi^^ r iSs^i? ,,· ^-^iffiHS^!"^" '«--- nr!i and Vernon: Hodrrlein and Ver- ! L ^ B i a K ' " " ? 01 i, Le ~'~ phi! ' d *'l' h ' a '· Washinjlon ! S. B3-2oldak l. Hudson .1. Ku-ab 1 ' SO--Hudson «, Zoldak 1. Kucab 2. Hn , ,, . ,. .. ' J -'- ' ' '"·"·' " .. .300 000 30x--fi c. -nanirome. RBI--Kiner S. Ed- ,. - - - - - - .rard! 2. Poll. BH1. Oarafiola 2 2B-- tire project. Adam:., Garagioia. 3B--Edwards. rsi~ 1 Kiner. S3-Artemv S-Caitlillont. DP i --S'rickland. Merson and Birlirom- I McMillai. and Borkowskl. LOB--C ; n- cmnali 7 Plllshuruh 7. BB_Klin-! 5. I H:l.er S. SO-KJinc 4. Hiller 3. Kricnd OKLAHOMA TIRE t SUPPLY fo How They Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE · W L New York 24 8 Brooklyn .. 23 8 · - · - - . - -r'--TM-"«-- ·»· inner j. rrzcnn 2. HO--Kline 4 in 51 3 innlnn; Friend ' H fc En-Kline 3-3: Fr end ° Chicago ,,,, Cincinnati 17 Philadelphia 14 . Ifj Boston _ j 12 2 0 - 15 17 17 20 18 30 ! Chambers Sidelined ;mar!cst move v.-e made in the e n - ' a step ladder, and one old lidy . . j had wanted to use it for · roie Next came the a c t u a l b u i l d i n g lattice. procedure. We l;:id t::; keel v.-ith But v.-ith enthusiasm warmed by traditional ceremonies nnd ret the current weather we are pre- about to screw together f i e : ie- pared to pick up the pieces ind P - . - S h e e l y . Wi I i f e r - H a r r l s - and MrGiwan T , M: P I , « . ~ er-Pierce (4-4)' O-McK!n'ev. Cleveland ..... --------- . . A-- 5.244 Memohis HGS "Hot" Chick In Nicholas Washington . 20 14 Boston . 20 14 N'ew York 16 15 Chicago 10 ig St. Louis . 18 22 Philadelphia .. 12 is Detroit 9 23 Pet. l ££ tH 1 ," 6 :f- Hflp-HinV ikinfr'z". .750 SSr^^f.^i'Sl^'-.ijifi'ffij , 7 4 2 - a n d Gore. T--2:23. A-6.171 .571 .500 .45: . 4 1 4 . ;lg With Cracked Wrisl j Chicago - (/Pi - .Cliff Chambers star St. Louis C a r d i n a l pitcher, will be out of action at lenst a I month due to a cracked hone in Pc 1 !. his wr ' 5t il w «s announrpr! vr--- ^ · .619 terday by manager Eddie Staiiky. I b.ir-chimps. tlin-e .588J Chambers was hit hy a l i n o u n d a u n t e d per.-.evrrinrp th.-il we S88 drive at C i n c i n n a t i . S u n d a y . Al- wen- able lo bring ab-mt ;i u n i o n t S 1 6 - t h o u g h X-rays taken at C i n c i n - ' of Ihe bow. ( A n d it v.-as at Ihe . S O I j - n a t l fail-rl lo show (h e hrr;ik ' -xp-ne i-f f e v f - i l l e - r r , 4 S n j later ones t a k e n here L'prm t h e ! t h a t 400 club's a r r i v a l clcsrly indirated i j o r t i v , 23 ]. the injury. i Wc F a i l (pardon the expression) on our sailboat. Our slogan at the boards, the transom, the bowsprit and such other i l l on our sailboat. Our slogan at tne named parts as the postage stamp- present is: "On to the sea by 'S3." sized plans called for. | · As we re:oi!ect v.-e started t h e 1 Edcar Uiprarie. star center of screwing business in Ihe m i - i d l e lhe I\"ew York Riinzrrr,, operates a and worked tov anl each end. As hold d u r i n g t h e off-reason. the work progressed, more nnd " ^-r-..- ----- -77- _-;more s t r a i n and stress war exerted on the members of Ihe h u l l so t h a t each ne-.v point of a t t a r h m ^ n l ought about such creaks groans and mysterious snap, ...,, . as to strike flrcarj i n t o the ht-;irt of even tti(? m f r:( sesroned m a r i n e r It was only -.vith the aid of six men a n d acro:iiphs.ied c u n d r r s t Boston 6 New York 3 {By The Associated Press) ' Chicago 10-6 St. Louis 5-2 first Don Nicholas--a gutty l i t t l e ?uy ! same completion of suspended who plays centerfield for Meni- ; game of April 20 phis--is the blcgeft thine In the i Waihlngton .1 Philadelphia 3 Southern A.-wdation. I SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION . He bats left, throws right, runs like mad on both feet and he's usually t h i n k i n g one base ahead of himself. Last night Nicholas tneaked home twice in one game against Atl«nt«, and, (o keep his feet in practice, stole second. Memphis warmed lo its holiest nllcli of the year juul watching Nicholas gallon and took it on from there to whip Atlanta twice 14-3 and 10- Nicholas lends the Southern Association w i t h in stolen bases. If W i Mobile ........ ... J6 ' N e w Orleans _______ 26 | Chaltanoofia ._ ..... 25 i Atlanta .......... _ 24 I Birmingham _ _ . ... 22 [Nashville ...... m Little Rock . ...... n Memphis .. ... 12 MoKrtir'i Reiulti Memphis 14-10 A t l a n t a 3-J New Orleans 7 Nashville 3 Chattanooga t Mobile 0 Birmingham 5 Uttlt Rock ^ Pet .S!)l .573 .556 .545 .512 .475 .447 .279 about ( l e n n s won tn mnv * : » h e«l ·( Atases this year and he- | l.nti In the .l.ndlnfK. New Or- come the Southern's top base run- nur since th« wir. The '·11-tlme record It 81. stolen by Jimmy Johnston of Birmingham In 1SS t»mn for Blrmlnghum In 1912. Hud Atlanta won the doubl*- ncsflrr, the CrarVern would h«v* lied Mobilct. Mobile loit tn Chuti ,1-fl. D : -, fc^^.ii.ur io anc Both Chatttnoo((« «nd New Or. covering second. le«ns took second with · T-J vie- lory ovtr Niihvlll* md Ch»!t». nooti took third by whipping Mobile, felrmltfhin tomd Lit. tit Rock o-J. Little Rock midt th* llr»t triple pity of th» union. Thf pl«y wunt Humphr»y In rljhtfltld to catcher Doollttle to thortitop with tkis WINDOW FAN 3 Fans in One/ SXMVST * INTAKC if C1KCULATOR All Lumber Yards In Fayetteville Will Be Closed FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 30th and 31st FOR -MEMORIAL DAY Builders and Conlractor$ Please Take Notice and Anticipate Your Needs Accordingly byetteviile Lbr, Cement Morse Mill Co. Dyke Lumber Co. C!ly Lumber Co. Kelley Bros. Lumber Co. ,' . -jfr ; . Jfto-':- Oklahoma WM» PRICE JJ25 WEEK! 'HOME OF BETTER VALUES*

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