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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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t MOtlHOUT MKANfAl TIMB, Wodimday, May 71, 1952 Tigers Claw Indians For Victory, 6-4 J . -- ' Clevelnnd-^-The Detroit TJg- trs chose yesterday as one of their rare days lo claw up somebody, and it was the league-lending Cleveland Indian* that were t!c Victims. The Timers broke loose With .H* run. ,n the rfxlb Inning Yankees Shell Senators With Homers, 7 To 2 New Yorlc-WVYngi Berrn hit iwo home runs nnd ]rv Norcn hit n tv.'o-run homer yesterday to pace the New York Yankees to a 7-2 win over the Washington Senators, The loss cost the Nnls noth- « «- Wesley Nips Frail Hales To Win U.A. Softball Playoffs Wesley Foundation took Hie | But Dean Langley followed with n high, line drive which Pat Summerall leaped high in the air to first base line. ] Plowboys, 7-0, on a one-hitter by I with two mat** on board lor Wes-1 the seventh, with Waslej trailing Wesley foundation entered the Smith. Langley hit a circuit blow I ley. The drive came in the top o! I3-2. finals via a 5-3 victory over the I ' ' i catrh. and then threw Spence out j All Stars Monday night while the at first for a double-play. Howard I Krail Males were throttling the Kurzner walked and scored on a ' double by Paul Pitts, Wesley cap- I j lain. Another double Jty Cohca ' . scored Pitts to even the count at ! crown yesterday a/tc-rnoon by coming from behind to beat the S tar,e tl , w the ~«Kl three runs be.-orc giving w»y *^}b Lou Brissle. who came on with ' two men on base. Vic Werlz look ' a look at Brliu.e's first pitch and poled It into the stands for three CLIVILAND nb r h 1 1 Sl'paon. rf, I!) « I .1 five frames, laclnj! only 15 b.-itlcrs that he gave up both hit. 1 :, coupled with a walk, in the same inning. His victory was never in serious danger, however, Connie Marrtro, seeking his f i f t h Washlngtc* win. picked up bin first loss of the season instead. He slayer! around only until the 5 0 2 ,1 R 0 4 II I 3 0 0 4 1 I 0 0 0 3 I 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 I 0 1 0 I) 0 0 Uoway. ib 2 o o t .:. louchock. ]h ! 1 0.Rosen. 3b "" , 3b 4 1 llDoby, cf »eru. rf . 4 1 J 1 Mitchell. If Broth, ef 0 0 OlEaater. Ib ·ullln, If 4 0 0 Kennedy, rf .Rapw. ct-rl 4 n liBoone, la Oinaberj. c \ ^ OlHegan. r Batta. c 2 0 0 Lemon, p Upon, fa .1 1 I'Brlaalp. p Btiart. p 0 0 01 bTebbe.lt (Tnouacr. p I o .1 Harria. p iLerehen 1 0 0' Soefl. p 2 o Oi While.. » o o fl. fotali 31 s Tot.li «--Popped out for Newhouaer in 0th. .,..»--Fouled out for Brlaale In sin. IJitrolt ooo OM two--i Cleveland 100300000--4 - ' E--Olniberf. RBI--Doliy. Eaatcr Kell, W*rtz 3. 2D-rSimpson 2. Prlddy MR--Eaater. W«rU. S-U'inori. OP-. Avlla and Kaalrr. lx:ft--Detroit sixth. Nx» Vwh T. W«hli|t*n 2 WASHINGTON H«W YORK ah r h! ah r h 1 1 OIBiiurr. rf University i n t r a m u r a l -Softball 4 ' 4 ; nTM".v Kitlrvll po||.jd out to j in Wesley's I Frail Males, 5-4, in an I'xVra-in-1 ciKhth. Travis Smith drove the ball j ninu cni'lcM. on Ihc Camp I.crny | '""hind second for a single. Spence WHERE? JOE end the inning. With two out Pond field, The Frail Males, an independent lenm with players who looked t h e ! h;isc:s - T ncn Kuraner was hit hy a pitched bnll and Jerry Lavender walked to load the' drove the: Yoal, 3h hSny'der Jensen, rf Vernon, Ib Runnel*. H Campo", If Biker. 2b Klullz. -· Mnrrrro. C'naucKri, iWllaon 4 1 lIKImilo. 0 o OlColllni. Ih 4 0 HBcrrn, c .1 0 O.M'D'gald. 3b 2 1 OiNoren. rf .1 0 OlWoodllnn. If 2 n fllMnrlln. 2b 3 0 OiReynoldi, p 2 0 0 ! n n o o. : 1 n {i 1 one out away frotn a 4-2 victory in the last of Ihc seventh ( l a s t regular I n n i n R for a S o f t b a l l g a m e ) . ! But the Wcslc.yan.i bunched t w o ! doubles anrl a walk for Iwo runs to .' tie it up. nml in t h e extra inning i scored t h e winnim 1 run on a sin- ' gle dov.'n the- first base line with ; two out. ' The w i n n i n g pitcher v.'.-is R. E. i S|ience wlio scattered f i v e hits in | going the route. The Frail Males'! * n l pitcher, Sammy Smith, save u p . seven hits, one of them a h o m e ] run by Joe Cohea in the f o u r t h | inning. I Hpcncc opened the last of the i seventh by bcatiiiK out a hunt. I 4 o l 4 l l 4 .1 .1 t 1 2 4 1 'I . 1 0 0 2 I 0 2 0 0 --Boone. "I. Cle . . . veland «. BB-- Stuart 2, New- liouier X Hoeft 2, Lemon 3. Brittle 1, Harm 1. SO-- Ntwhoiiter 3. Hoelt 2. Vemon a. Harm I. HO- Stuart 1 in 0 (none out in laD innlni; Newhouaer in 5: Hoeft 2 In 3 {none out In tlhl; White 0 In 1: I,ernon 3 In 5i; Brltaie 1 In 2'b; Harrla 1 In I. B * ER-- Btuart 1-1. Newhouaer 3-3, Hoeft 0-0, Lemon !-5. Brlime 1-1. Hnrrla 0-0, White 0-0. WP-- Newhnuier, L e m o n . Winner-- Newhnuter (1-2). L o a e r -Lemon 14-4). U-- Paparella. Pataarella. Robb, Hurley. T-- 2:311 Last Nioht (Br The AMoclllMl Prttll Toledo-- Irish Bob Murphy, 177, Denver, knocked out Reuben Jones, 180, New York, 4. Newark, N. J.-- Doug Cortrr, 137, Newark, outpointed Julie Jamie- ion, 145. Poughkecpsic N. Y.. 8. Portland, Me. -- Joe Jrlndone, 165, Boston, outpointed Raymond Dteu, 160, France, 10. Wilmington, Del. -- Don Braun, 143, Baltimore, outpointed Johnny Clcc»relll, 143, Wilmington, 8. % GALLON Vinilii ke Cream 6k *»n4 IrM. Uch« «·« Jchnaon, p o o o rotala 25 2 2|Tnl«la SI 7 10 a--Grounded Into double piny lor Coniueira in 8th. n--Ran for Buihy in Bth. Waihlnflnn WO 200 MB-2 New York .011 004 Olx-- E--None. RBI--Jtnuen, Vernon, Her ra 2, McDougild 2, Noren_2. ZB--Jen ·en. Bern OUBlld ·a. lin- ·Berra, Norcn. SB-Norm, S--Heynoldi. DP-- Runncli Baker and. Vernon: Marrero. Hunncli and Vernon; Woodllnf, Rlzmto nnc McDouKHld; Rlzeulo, Martin nnrl Col lins. Lr-ft--Wmihlniton 2, New York 3. BB--Marrero 1. Reynolds 6. SO-- Mnrrero 5, Johnson i. Hoynoldn 1. HO --Marrero ft In B inntngi; Convucgra r In 1! Johnion l in J. R £R--Mur rero 6-fi, Coniiueitra O-o, Johnson 1-1 Reynolds 2-2. HBP--Mirrero ( M a r t i n ) Winner--Reynolds (5-3). Loser ~Mnr rero (4-1). U--Duffy, Berry. Rommel Honochlck. T--1:57. A--25.391. How They Stand (fly The AMOclitrd Prest*) AMERICAN LEAGUE Hear! HIARINO AIM "KOYAl" wnl "SUKR.ROYAL" Miy *75 Mh k Baw fW«rt»" Dniem «·»- A «Ht · narfii a*i ntrm ml. twvw 2 C«f*r«/ if »ONT riHISH if *O1»IN NNIIH i» PAT riuiN nmticf DIXIE RADIO levcland _ 24 14 .r,32 Washington 20 IS .571 Boston . ,, 20 IS .S71 New York .... 17 15 ..Ml Ihlcago 19 18 .514 St. Louis _ IB 23 .4311 'hUndelphln 13 I B .410 Detroit _-.. 10 23 .303 Timdi.r'l Renulta Detroit 8, Cleveland 4 New York 7, Washington 2. Philadelphia 7, Boston 3. Chicago 3, St. Louis 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet New York ,, 25 B .758 Brooklyn . 23 9 .719 Chloago - _ _ 20 16 .550 Cincinnati 18 17 .514 St. Louis 17 2(1 .459 Philadelphia 15 IB .455 Boston _ 13 '19 .408 Pittsburgh . 7 31 .184 Tuttdij's Reinlti St. Louis 8, Chicago 5. Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 4, 14 innings. New York 3, Brooklyn 0. Boston 4-4, Philadelphia 2-5, first game 12 innings; second 10. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Mobile .. 27 18 .600 New Orleans 27 20 Atlanta _ . .._ 24 20 "hallaliooga 25 21 Birmingham _ 23 21 Nashville . 20 22 Little Rock 17 22 Vtcmphis _ 12 31 Tuesday's Results Nashville 7-3, New Orleans 0-8 Birmingham fi, Little Rock 4. Mobile 3, Chattanooga 1. Only games scheduled. Used by thousands m reducing 1!SS»--Junfe's Roman Meal bread _ 11-19-t ertlse In the TIMES--It nsji T.W Samuels is 5 Years Old and Full 9O Proof lid Fashioned Sur Mash **" KENTUCKY STRAIGHT ·OUMON .WHISKEY T. f. I ffiamuds fejr^ ItMNMimtUIII Agtd (ht slow PYRAMID Way rfi 1R44. Thr onh ·ltd thf tlim rt A^ift ·v«i(«bl* In 5 YMH» OM ·OTTLIO IN IOND iimiim N I I S O N . ( ( O U N T T , M I . I V C O C O R R E C T I O N ! DOUBLE SH GREEN STAMPS Will Not B* Givtn Thunday, Friday t Saturday Thun., Fri. and Sat. Datet Pertained lo previous week't ad The Fabric Center 18 East Center St. Too hid! 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