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Ruttman Sets Record 7o Win Purse In "500" f n r i i a n a n i s l i r - r/tt, T_ w . . n . _ . · ^^^ ^^^ TM^ apolis-Wi-Troy R u t t m a n . t 22 the youngest driver in the race, wen I!;? larned fOO-mile Indianapolis Srfsd'vs- ,u-i ,.,,.., yesterday as hard luck knocked the prize out of Bill Vuxovich's grasp. Vukovich apparently had the race won in the 192nd lap when his steering shaft broke and his ear brushed the northwest outer wall. That left Ruttman f a r anead of his nearest opponent, and he won easily in the record time of three hours, 43 minutes and 41 seconds for an average ol 128.922 Ru 3 cj a n ' miles per hour. R u t t m a n , of Lynnwoori, Calif | led a single lap. the 12th. and then the lead shifted between him and j Vukovich only when they marie i two pit stops apiece for tires and finished j "^'d ««,»,,," Crle, ' i ^ m d d V a v e h e e n a ' n e w ' ; ; ^ ; ; m - i v ' h e ?,..,,,(,(! I Vukovich went ahead the last : 125.753 m.les an hour if n u t man \ V r v i r i · i I time on the 143th lap. R u t t m a n : h a d n ' t been in 'ront \ " . . o u r h a n d , «-ns gaining about two seconds a . Veteran S ; ,m Hanks of C l r n , lap on Vukovich. but t h a t wouldn't ; dale. C a l i f , was third and D u a n » : h a x e been enous:!. Then the lead- I Carter of Culver City. Calif., look I er crashed. Vukovirh, "The Mad i fourth rnonev. t" rnided racing fans. ' cried u n a s h a m e d l y and groaned. : "wat a d i r t y , lousy, no-good break." Jim H a t h m a n of Cliicaso, 23. ! s-cond in a Gram-or Special and i\is speed r. J . t m i n s Flalnh DePalm. ind Louis · i l l r"k up a check fo SS.r.O'l I n n i r h t at t!:c ie r -^v.-ny \-ictorv i l i n u c i The p.irs' v.-.'l dep'-rrl upon !'·;· nili.-,rl-i"d at1enrl:n. r. w h i c li -'kc-1 l.l;r t l o li:p..i(.ji ever--- PI* o.' the J O O - m i l e -la.-.':-ic. lrHlmH bd in 1312 i-nn less Il:.i|i two laps In go. Hit Merceries (M'em- f.iiled and ,Ine Pjw^on rossed the f i n i s h line u h i l f De- I'alm.-i and h i s riding m e c h a n i c wn-e piiihinr; their car. Meyer WPS leaning the I93S Arkansas Singles Title Match .On Tap At Camden Trapshoof Camden, Ark.-f^)-The Arkansas* . -slate singles championship will . be held today at the Camden Gun ' H AaniA CfhaJilU Club's annual trapshoot. | ll'VSin6 300691116 The shoot opened yesterday · with Julius Petty of Stuttgart! Ark., an A'1-Am'rica trapshooi'r taking the Class A title on the f l i p ' h Arranged By Southern Jiafe Mi'ncso's Bat Trims Indian Pennant Lead (From the Associated Press) Minn:e Minofo v.-i.-lded a tig I bat yesterday end led the Chicago White Sox to a double victory over the pace-setting Cleveland Indians, 7-2 and 3-1. Minoso, the great 1951 freshman outfielder v.-ho has been irile since May 18 wiih lorn ligament; in ed a hi- rnle : SPORTS d.feated S. TouEin of Shrevenort : grid schedule for nexi to take the Class B crown. Mrs. includes four home Julius Petty scored 96 hits to win i seven on the roac tne Class C championship and Gordon Horn of Camden took the Class D. breaking 95 targets. · An' introductory handicap, held yesterday afternoon, ended in another three-way tie with Jim Murphy of Little Rock. V. Williamson f a l l , w'-.i,-'] ;ames and t h r e e po -its hitler as Ih? result of thre^ home run:-. M i n n i e hit a three-run homer in Brocks V/hsp The 1952 card for the defending * I ' nn:e M f three-run homer in 1C ehamnions: "eiendrng , n e seventn of the opener to b,ea' : L A I C champion*| September ] ^--Alabama Teachers at Troy, Ala. September 20--Open. September 27 -- College of Ozarks here. of Los Angeles and W. E. Taylor , : October" 4--Arkansts Tech at of Shreveport sharing the honors, i Russellville. Doubles competition and t h e ! October 11--Nnrthu-esf Mi=-i's- state handicap will end the tour- ; iPPi Junior college here. ney tomorrow. Giants Lose Ground, Split Doubleheader I October 18--Henderson here | October 25--State Teacher? at Conway. November 1- Arkansss State here. November 8--Southeastern O'-- lahcma at Duranl. November IS-Dclta State at Cleveland, Mbr. November 52--Wharton Junior College at Wharton. Texss. 27--Arkansas ·1-2 desrll . _ ! Lrinpcrs in the f i f t h t n d i.c - . i - n ' h innings of the n i g h t c a p to provide Joe Do'-sin with the mar?;,] of victory. ertii*i|o T, c'"v-ii-. n r| 2 _ rmsT CAMI ! MICAPD CS.EVEL»~T) '%*;.,*,, ""jJ-Vmrvw r, 'V, 1 ; Cileman. cf 0 0 0 rto c-p .-h I 1 1 M nil", c i - l f ; 1 1 Dob- cf 4 0 1 1ib-n.-in. Ib 3 I) 3-;-r.,l'l-v If -, 11 n M^'P. r f 5 0 2 Tutcr. II, 3 1 0 I i l b r . c S 1 ·? Comb-. ·-, 4 n u B'rlsu.7. ?b 3 ! 2 reran r '! n n M-ranr:c. ss t O O \Vyr.n. p 2 n \ Pi?rc». p 3 1 2 ^rri". p 5 ') 0 ·B-:ona i .j I. Totals 35 7 14 T-,!.!', :. · J CFroin the Assoctatrd Press) The New York G i a n t s lost ground yesterday by dividing a . T doubleheader with Philadelphia, at Monticelio. dropping the opener 3-0 and win- -- · · · - nin ffuL he M S e e 5-er d sh 4 o1k off his hard ' ^Wly Pll^l RCSCUE luck in holding the Giants to two hits in the 3-0 shutout. Bi.t it was the Giants who received the pitching in the second .^ame. Larry · Jansen allowed only five hits in ; racking up his 100th major league victory. Robin Roberts, wcrking with only tv.-o days rest, was the - loser. hit ]. Mm Y»r» I HIRST BAME Chi " -- ' J p;ipvd oul for Har-i- - : en 4 ' l . - 7 rr. Pridls Hall Of Double Bill |From J». louis^Cards | ! (From The A-ijnciated Press) ; j The Pittsburgh Pirates gained a ' I n i n t h 'inning 4-3 win over the Gt. Louis Cardinals vesterda; ... n ) P". i- sv. :n.-.-t. -,S\ w , . ' . ' - - Mi:i.Bo . . Lonnr Ms!? hK- Mmnsc. Ln'lir C~:-l:: i--i i ·; « y n n , Colemr.n. D:'-;a=; P r a n d Comh:. M r?nd-!. Fo-; ,-nH Ft^'o." t -i Lt!!-- C h l r a g n t, C l e v e l a n d 3 B".L Piercf 6. W.vnn 4. Sn-- n ,,,*. . \ i v - l n 1 HO-Wynn 13 in 5r a I m i l n ^ j . ' H e r r i . · .n -3. r t EF-- Pitrre 2-L'. V/\T,n V-fi Harrij 0-0. Wmn»r-Plerr. .5-4, Li"-- Wynn IS-4. U-- Hli.'.p.v, PanareKs Pawarslli rnd Rob'- T- 1 18 C A M E Up Un Clouts U;-.m t h e Associated Pms) Oil Ho-.i;;e.:, Dodger lii-st bjse- man. brake out of :iij dismal .193 n a i l i n g slump ycu.'i-.-.-iy I n d r i v e home e.-ght runs a s ' t h j UodRci.; iv.'ippcd the Bos : nn Brnv.-s . i - l ·5nd 11-2. He won tne f i r r t . ·.·-In a thrc3-nin hoinrr m -ie eighth and roiled dr.--.-n the u-nnd v.-ith or.olhcr Ihree-run Jl.' 1 ' 1 in the liflh. At f'e end of the doublehra-lr-r. ~ i i WES jpcrtin; a mofc r?--r :- t r a ' l e - 1 l h « f.; a 'tim-al L i n k u p !";:!- !ll.;^ ?·· - York Giant!- i.-y (i--ily a !Tr.-ds(r' c ! ::h'h i n n i n ? t i n t Kjriic home:- FS I h r y vent in'.o I h : ' I'nip-e t r . i i l j n n .'(-] hecaii;.e of :v.-o llmnrrs by f-i.-l Gc..-rlon Tre f e e - , oml fi.nic. hir-vrv-r. ---.Ia ,-,,-,[ ' "·i'h C-^rl Err,kin~ n l l o w i n s or!-.- ··'in hi: -Paul Burri--' firr.t m.ij.-i'r ' lea^i;3 homer -in r-c\ en ir.nirr-/, nf M Sox Mnve Up To Threaten Cleveland : fFmn (he A«soclattd Prers) . "lie Huston Hed Sox captured t h n n i i h i r a p last n i g h t , 3-3, a.'ler Kiirlie Vo-fs three-run n i n t h in- miiR homer pave the W a s h i n g t o n Sc-iriiors a 5-2 win in the first half of a twin bill. | · The s p l i t moved the Sox w i t h i n , ;' R.irr.o nf Ih? Cleveland I n d i a n s in t h e A m e r i c a n League and it ' l e f t the Senators l-o farnfs off . Ihe pare and the Chicago White ! So:: three. j Homers were i m p o r t a n t in Ihe I fi-st i:;.me Krsnk "Specs" Shea ! )'_fld the Borox hitless until Cly.is ' Vnllmer wolU'prd ,-) t'.vo-nin homer M t h " s i x t h nnd J a c k i e Jensen ; ·:.''vr l'ie Senainrs t h e i r fir.it run ' ni 'he e i g h t h Af!n- t^e S'li.Tors i Mad tied it up in the nint'i, Yost I «r. 1 j n '- nr °^ ^' c ^''"'"^-""'ming homer. ' 53 Athletes Get Numerals, U. A. Letters Vars'ty Awards Go To 42; Freshmen In Track Recognized The U m v e r M l y A(M"!(.- O"n--il has awarded v a r . ' i t v l e t t - r tn I? R.i7nrbark nthl"'^. ?nrj f i c . i h m a n n t n n e r ^ t p in 11 n-.r-n. Thp !"tlprn-,pn FHT: _ Track .lamer IVin. V.Vhitn. K,-.n ; .lerry Bo^ar-H, s t i i l t c - i r t Tfmple Brown. II.,t Springs- Rjl'l Cairns. .Vi-vad;.. Mr,.; .Inhn Clar'e, H u r r i s n n ; Rill l i l v f n , K i y r t t r v l l l r ; Reed n..iini'll.v. Alloon,, · p n ; ' M u r r a y KHon. f r o ^ e t t ; C h a r t * - Kr.nll'lnberry, Bossier C ' j t v 1 % · Dick Hazard; Springfield Px ·' Rick Hsber. Wlm.ipel!, Onad.i! Bill Hefflngton, Camrlen: Dean Prynr, Fredoni«. K a n . ; A'l-erl Wilkinson, D«r»tur. Texas- jne Witt, Oklahoma City, nida · i, P . Yodcr. Willow Grove, Pa.- '.Jerry Reii-hert, SprmsfHcl. Mo!; nnd Jack Troxell, Jonefl'orn. i Easph»1l_HI]1.v Bla M . GnH.hs; ' B i l l y Bnv-den, S w i f t o n ; Char'e.-J ITravs Split P'.lr; Chicks Pull 5urprfsi . Brntvn. M u r f r r e ' H o r n ; I, e'.t 1 * ' C a r p e n t e r , \ V » t Mr-rrri'-M*; Fr-in', Fisrh*!. Helen.-!: V / i l ' - r K»arr.. j tjtnton, Te.va-; f r , n , . . j nrs: ! Pin* R l n f f ; I,-,r:.ir M - - : - i ~ , I . - k ,' , Village; F.:'.-.rl X i v . K-.p; .' S. »-. i P r y o r , J,.;i,.;- n n : .Im H i i i i - b - u ' . Krerteru-K. Okl.i.; Ji-pni..- SV.'h ' D e r m i i i t : Rn'i -I -·[·· ' \t. - ·.--(· r' England; [.vie W i l K p . j - . n I'.i'jti),' j Pork; and i mn-ijer .Hi. .'.pernr.r. Tenni. 1 . Tnr. Coker. . S t i i ' t ^ i t . Dnrsey. K r i r l S - i . l l h : .lim i'.,r'*r l . l t l l e l!oH t . ,nr\ p.yHy Sn.'irr of l . l t t ' e Ro.-k H o l r .,lnn n i l h ' m l f c H r l ^ r - - , M i k e f l i f f r . r d . r.iMvl..-,'- K , , r . - t t P Gff. . l r . niyll,,.- ill.; ',-,,,,) -fr,,,, flaney. l . H l ' f . Ft'..l Numeral ri Tr;rl Mm warded only i,, ·,.,,·!,. |n , v ,,.. r ,,. A l a n Fhhau:t .. f-'r.-'lnnia, K a n . ; George l l n ^ n e y . K p p M g f i e V . Mo · Tsl Hooker. Pi"- n i t i f f : T a r l K s l f f r . A t k i n s . Dirk Kf.-wr. Nnrrlslnwn. Pa ; .lerrv K l » l n . Orange. N .! ; Frank M e t r M f " . Winnipeg. C a n n r i i ; VA Morion Winnipeg. T a n i d s ; Jnd, Hi-lr.rrt. '·iin A n t o n i o . Te\a.-. .lorry STn'h. Hii-berlin. Ohio; and Jim Tenni- .ion, .Sulphur, LH Rr«i. np *|tu lh» umm -tut ·(·it · (By Th« .Aiiwliieri Pre»«) Orca«i.,n»!Fy the M e m p h i I C h i r k * ,; : ..k, off ih« torpor brinf.-t. a h f u j t hv iivlnf too lonj ·p i h » ?'.';"iern Assor-utlon celltr. Kr-r t ' » j - r f n - l limp in lens thin .-. werl,-. i.u'.-, Apillns's sad. jhalty tr.h}m»n turn"'! on their tor- i i h a vrnnranrc lajt ' I pinj; peacefully through ..· ., i , n n i h at New hev c'llffirt Clarence .-.P-) rv.'".n Elklns for '' "'" '"' -'ond game -mg hLinkM Z-0 in the In n't-.r a c t i v i t y | a! t night, %'.i^hviil». troun'-'d Blrminxham I ? - ! . Ai|p n i.i humhl'd C h » t i - "·"·"i l ' : - l . and Mobile split a pair w i t h I.,)",. Rn,* The Bears took I'" f i r t i',. 4. ,,,,1 , n , Traves scor- e'l .'i-l n the aferpfpre. M i l n John c "p. Linl- Pock's cool veln.in. chillrrl Mobile mi five h i ' In ihe nighieap. snspplnj a five-pain- losing streak for Ih.e nork^ and d - n j i n j the league iMdrrs i chnnce to widen their edge ovrr r u n n e r u p New Orleans. BOWL TOR HEALTH Bentoo Sowlinn Lane»-- Mv. U«M or tn.;.i««ndi in rnduclnt lletj_.j u n B t -, Roman Meal orMil INDIANAPOLIS VICTORY WrtSNINfiTON -ib r h V r r n n n . I b nnnns! 1 ; FB u " ! the Cards edged the cellar-dwell- MIW YORK FHIL»DELPH^T ! ,,"" ."I"." %*TM '" e "llar-flwcU- ab r hi ,b r h crs 3 ' 2 ln thl opener of a doublr- Willi.mt. 2h 4 n 0 \»hhurn. c I 4 n - - *·--·-- Lorkmqn. Ih 4 0 n Hamnpr Thomson. 3h 4 0 n Wyrostek Thompl'n. cf .1 n o Ennis. If Mueller, rt 3 3 i*.!oncs " Elliott. If Dark, is · Westrum. aDierlng Lanier. p bWllion Yvars. c 3 0 ":' R yan. 2b 3 0 O'BurRsrs. c 2 n pt"i,i-l(u- lb 0 0 0 M«j-tr. p 1 0 1 1 0 0 . 1 0 1 , 4 n o 3 1 1 3 1 2 . . _ n 010 !m C!cvc!,in-l .. o o o o n o n i n Dob:on "7-2. and Shtcly. .Tones Gromck and Hetan. "n-s Reds Lose Both Games To Cubs ,--;:i.r ! Wihn-i. c Shea, p .-Sir-dLT CTnrufirra ^ . ^roakl-n 5. ^--'on 4 ) I', , FIRST C A M D l 2 ' 1 1 - , B95TON BROOKLVH all r h ab r h Inrtsf d "b 4 n ;. Msr^fln. 3b I II 1 i Th'.-rpr-. rf 5 0 0 flfp?^ s% 4 II II 1 J?.hrn.. rl 4 1 1 y n irl?r cf 4 1 P C-o.-.-!-m. if : 3 : n i H u : n n "h ·' 1 ! i r-pp-.r. i- .1 n 0 Pailto. H 3 1 1 1 C-n-.vr. V . - i n n .io.ii:--. l b 4 1 1 ' Hr-'i. .--- :; ii i ruiip... rf 4 n o ; I.Trr;:--. (in II 1 " V . a ' k r r . c 3 1 1 - ' Mithr-.v-. Ob 1 U 1 H"r p ? (MI .1 --Crnnnrlpd V,-,l,.-n ,, .; ., , ..Ah.-.-im, 1 n n b~K.ml.-d (o: 1 I 1 Pier. n c 3 0 1 S'rphcm. n 4 1 2.Thr hnrrv. rf A 0 I D i M a s s i o . rf 4 f I I rn!:irr1t. If 4 I -1 Vo'jn:r, c f-rf 3 1 0 Urcp.r lb .1 n n i;ni;-id. sb 2 " l Uncio. tb l n " While, c i 0 1 0 X i n d r r . p » jj j ..Goodmin 0 l n. o n i|. o o o ? n n 3 0 0 2 a o : l o o : l 1 1 3 1 1 3 0 2 3 o n ' 3 n o i 3 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 : ,. f,,r rtrrtr .ill {Mb 2 0 1 loss. SI. Liuil 3, GAMS · Totals 2S » T" Totals 30 3 7 _ IT. LOUIS Hemu S . ,, 'Vo^Ko^rek. S'di-nt. 2 b 3 0 1 OP| r; r , r i Musi.l. If 3 0 1-Klncr. If" LOKTey. rf 0 0 0 Bell, rl Slaughter, rf .1 I n G-irnnio'a H Bier, cf-lf 4 I 3hn,,r.ak SiSlor. Ih 4 1 2 M-C'loujh. Min-.on. ?b 3 0 0 Mer-on. ;b 4 0 1 s-Vkisn^. 4 0 1 B-i.rnm?. T). Rir?. c Yuh»!. p Brazle. n Totals 0 0 0 cFi'zGera'.d Friend, p Lapa 1 !!]-. p BM»;kovlch Wilks. p ·IDIckson 3 10 Totals cf . . . 4 o i | l (l l ' c 3 1 1 1 0 n c · o o o 4 0 0 ?b 3 n n Ib .10 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 «- Grounded cut for LaPalme i« Slh. 1--Hit Into double play for Gar-jK- iola in S'.h c--STu:k out for Barurrmr m 9'h d--Struck out for Wllki in 9th 5 f - Loui- O0fl TOl 000--3 Pittsburgh ' nto 031 on 2 E--Non? RBI--Fiarlirome. Gannieia H. Rice. Sislcr. D nice. ?P,--3-r-irrm-' Viiiu'. Hcmus. JB--H Ii-rr S- Schr.-n.lien*-. D 13 --S'rckianrl. Kn- Fhnrek r.nrl Bartirome; H n ni u ' Senoendicnst and Sisler: Koshorrk a - Ran for Westrum in 6'h. b--Struck out for Lanier in 8'h N'B-A- York 000 ODO 000-0 Philadelphia .. 001 00? 30x--3 F--Thompson HBI--Ryr.n. Burgess. Mayer. 2B--Burgess 3D--Jones. Ryan ' S--Meyer. Lsnier. Left-- New York .". . Philadelphia 6. BE Lanier 2. Meyer ' 1. SO--Lanier 2. Spencer l, Meyer 2 HC--L-nirr 7 in 7 inning:. SoJncer C · In 2 R A- EH--Lanier 3-3. Winn-r- Meyer 12-6). Ixier--Lanier (1-3). U-- i Donalelli. Ballanfant. Barlirk «nd ' ,, Gorman T--'--o. A--'i.oan leslimttedi I SICOND GAME ' Neu- York . 00" 001 000-4 P Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : 0 - 2 5,' Jansen (4-1) and Weslrum. P.ob-r's (7-".. Heintzclman, Hansen and Bur' sess. | Manqnim Far In Front In Western Open Meet St. Louis - (If] - Crafty Lloyd Mangrnm had the lead to himself Strickland anH rftrtirnrae :: in the 49th Western Open g o l f ; 85?,",^!,:^ ? i! ^-F^d S i' tournament today with a two un- v,'iik= i. Yuha." ?. Braz 1 " t sn--rr,erci der par 138 as the field of 63 play- J' Hrf^rTienrt Tin's'' Y " h i" t'- Y"I"- ers, trimmed at the 36 hole mark, s'in ?'.-: r.nzie o i n li',-' Lap'^rn-Vin swunif into the third round. J'W*' 1 ' 1 " - n '-- !* ER ~Fri»nd .·:- The touring pros (rained a little Br?z1e m o-o on Westwood Country ClubVstub- . --friend born par 70 yesterday, hut they couldn't do mueh about overhauling Mangrum, hot on the t r a i l of the S2.400 first prize after finish- -cue Ing as the N'r. 1 money winner in Kic? 195!. The Chicegoan took over undis- C i t y S o f t h o l l L°rmu a puted- leadership, a l t h o u g h a - . . ni chanee to duplicate his first round U r g d n f Z Q t l O n P i o n n e d 68 Jaded on the final two holts. » i An effo.-t to organize a citv sofeball league -ill be m a d e Tuesday night ;lartinr at 7:3'i o'clock n t ti-« Veterans Hosnital. A meet- ins is schedule;] pt f-e specisl ser\-ices office in the Den-eitio!: Bt-'I'dinj, and nil person? interested in organization of a roftM.ll league to play on the ve»rir.i Hospital field, are i n v i t e d to at- "·« In-day to f a t t e n their thiid-n'ls'-e : s l a n d i p » on the Red;,' first f.i-iii- i l i r k i n s of t h e seasyn. -- | Hank Sailer's run-s^orini; s i n E : e ' r h ' in :he n i n t h .wurH ih.- op«ne- (i , while F.ob nti'li piirhcd a f a n - v i i t'.vo h i t l e r in the srr-ond f ime f«i- Till Ins . 7. rinc'nnp'i 5 FIF8T CflWE .". STurk .--I' f^r i'--,^ I , - T ; i t hv p;tr)-^r II'I- V - ! r '-C'.l cu. I r r .Tt,:l;'-. R-.s-on HTI :-)' oil ' Hr-"'k vn riD fil'l olx -, K -··'I'" fin : --r.ordnn .1. '!·.-·: r. i:n'lVc-."v.-il]'.?r"r^Ki-;.-'. .·-lalnnv-- .'ill --ir-'lT'i.? P R - ^ c . r d o n ?. i:n-.--. D;' - SI '!. I J ^ r ' T ' l r t r t ,-iiul C"',-. r - ?-!, n nn R :·-· rnd H-rlj-p-: , - . .- i- --M, TM ? CJKCIHMATI CM 1C AC ah r h' rVkou'ik'. rf 3 0 0 M:ksis. ss ArJsnit. ."ti 5 C 3 TT3Z7itl:. "|, H a M r n . 2h 4 0 2 H'mirrl;' r f Po^t. I f 5 0 0 s mer JI Wes'lskc. c f 3 2 2 A(\vell, c P l a p r i n J . Ih 4 1 n ^nml.v. ih d-u-.i.k-'l for K . n d c r in 3'h - . I ' l v n B l o n . ooo 000 0!4 -3 I --'" !r -' n oiT n'n ouo-- ' i I · Von- nni-'.'r,Mmer 1. .Itnsen ! '"-'"nn n V,. 3 "n-Vollm-r. Jen'en. I ". nP-.'.?r«n!l rnd Tropo Voll- j -r and l.iip:lo. linker, riannr", » n d ! r^n..:i I ^ f i -- \-.-.-hinclon fi. Hoslon i ·iw^ln I SO- Kinder 6. Shea " Con"! l)I.-.-.:.v;, r J. She. n. H v n n J ' '"·:r.i l. l r r r l r : l no-Shcn 2 In 6 n L; Ha-.-ne. I in ',. NV«-i.n.-n 0 In '. i'"rr ( -TM" lr "" a I 'n !».. Ternek 0 {·' n h " '·"· c "^"Tf» o.o. Fer- .rk 0-n. H.-iyn-r o-o. .Vewi-nn o.n uin-r .',-; HUP- K m n - r ,.),,,.,,,. pS Troy Ruttman WINS INDIANAPOLIS 5 0 0 M I L E R A C I AT 128.922 M.P.H ON FIRESTONE TIRES l o o - I*.?";?."- c M 1 ?... . B3ackwell Totals 3 1 1 K c r c n i . 4 0 : .i cifr: ,.. 4 0 0 Lo-.vn Hacker, .-.Addis 35 B 9 r n ' a h 3b 37 i'o r h 5 1 2 .s i n 4 1 2 4 i : 4 1 1 4 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 ! 3 11 EUCOKO LiP.lm? n Slaley Wilt. .2-1. I ojer ccsrv v.'ar- -OOT 000 01I--1 4 K!in» .-nd McC" 1 - -3M. Boyer ind D TV Missouri Kiver waiershed fovers one-sixth of the area nf thf United Stales. aSingled and rcorcd vnnn np TUT for Hi"ker in 9th. C i n n n n p i i OKI j i n n ~ i -- r, ; ciiicazo . 200 i.w oii;--T Mr'Mi'iian. 'Wcst'-h'/^rc-n : I *'A*-T-' · J = ',Vr-at. H P U T l l '! H T ' n p T R - M i l - Fa*' rWe '; l!:tr - - M c M O h n Il.v.Vn 2 Ariqms. Tlowell. DP--Lov'n. Sl:!;"^^ ^i Find" f . « f ' -- C m c i n n u l i 5 C" -c -PI P B B - . L o w n P. H a r k i r ]. R'-ick-.-rM n HO-!jj".-n 7 i n 7'., ninini;-. Hai-;f*r t-V B"lac!:'v*i!l " 7 7 ^ V."" '"n^-k^pn 7 : Wirin-r-Harker i M ) I.n-r -P.'^rk- SECOND G0r*l ' Cincinnati o'n ooo nm n 7 I - . Nuxhall and Hovr!]. ' " e "- r Browns, Tigers j Call It Even (From the As-orbli-d Pre'n Tho-n^ti-r.-'l Tit;fr ,-,ni '-e R Loui.^ Ero-'T.? r-.-^-ke e-. :·: i;-, leirlny. The r rM r,-,l o-H in !? 'n;-;:r.;'5 Thev AMEHICAfI LEAGUE W I.. T ;. ·"·i .... ...... ?2 I'", ."7n -·--)··.-. :'i in -,2:. · Vork !': 17 -M Lr-ui- "n n! . I'-s ^ r l n l n h i a IS 'fl ':] ·oi- . 12 V, -i24 Fri-'ay'^ r n ^ul!-. li.-igo 7 'i. C ' l i v . lar ) 2 - 1 . liUdPlphia P.-4. NP-.V Vork 1-2 ashintl'i-i 5 ?, Ei-' -n ?-. . Lo-ii- 3-5. H e t i o i t 2-3 ' r o r o n d N A T I O N A L L"ACUE '-V L V' Why your face stays smoother longer when you use the new I/ f,.'o-'i;"^^ '.,T h y, n "x, m n " : tend. Last , the lea u t e a m s took lr , ( V^ Tllia mrm er«tm COHlaln ·nl* tkal prcv«BU CT*U l*c» wklU r°u ih«T«. t UMI loB9*r. Oalr 1k«Tin9 Crmnm Lntktnot. I. . «»7 II .--., UTMII M MU1HUM "V tr»i wit r UcttWm . drying on yeui ' ·MKlH 600,000 Fans Attend Major Holiday Events , New York-i/Pi - .\carly 600 nnn fans turned out (or eirtht mijor letcne hase'.iall dotiblehenderr. and r.irinu at 13 tracks yc!erriav, w i t h 3S7.,i28 of thern'oslalihr.hlnt;'.-! new Memorial Day h c l t m j rerord The r a e i n j fans vnsered J19.- M2.HW, f a r abo?i the previous Memorial Day h i R h of $i.i.,vn.oB7 set In 19fi. The nttr-nrianre, however, failed to match tn Ifl^.s record. Movement of the h u n a n n pl.int from its reputed h"me in Soinh- Mst Asia h«s cirdled !h» ijlohr. nfi moved eistw.ird to Ha-A-aji »nrl w-fsiwurd through A f r i r * »nd the C«niriM to the Western Hcm- ir-phrre. .7.11. , SECOND R4MK | J J a ' i - i ' i f o n nm mi nnt.-.-i i · J ".; "1 ,, ("10 410 Oi)x--5 3 I - r n r l l .-;,. n c :, c ii »nd W i l b ^ r ^ r,. l^ '' John '°n. Newiom «nd ' Athletics Take Two From Yanks ' (From The Associated Press) 1 The N t w York Yankees found troiihie.^me fors in l i t t l e Bobby .·"Maul/ and Rn.-i Homier yester- ''ay as the P h i l a d e l p h i a Alhleiies ''"ill t w o f r o m fit. world champ' ·';! in I-I i r » i n n ? .ind f,-?.. The '·harnri.- I r a n hy ::i ? Bam"-,. S'"Mn!/ r.ii-l:ed lip h"; r i p h t h ?;arv-.n ;rn,r?t «-,(. se'h.irh in :-h:irk!inq ih" Y i n k s w i t h nine liitr. :n ih" ex'r;:-;nning f i r r t came [)'i" ( 0f Ihe i-Hws van Miekej riK.^T r.cve P H I L A O E L P M ' f l H K W Y O R K SA;- lil^-f'^li ||- rf n u n M"i)-.^,M. 3b I H ^ ^1 j l ' i ' A V ' l h J S 3 ·'I'.^'T,""» ",'i. ;," - '··""" · " i ?:"v? P ^i^" ;r '" i ; ? i MI.IIIT" p n i l, il M"r"-,!',,lT p S " J 1 Now You Can Buy World-Famous fircsfotic Champions FOR AS LITTlt AS *n- 1 ^lif )"·· M..r-.-, Mi". P .viro 'nn-l -,*,,' -.H-irU-lphl, IS N",' ?.,?.',,, l,r»rry -11 U h i n . - Losf Nioht . ' r - . n i"' r l' 1 ,'· T'.icl' .1. PiilM'i. I . T r u r k ?", r ~" f in .tl.ri 0 in I: Tr -- ri|lfl"B ;.j W i n n e r . P.lri- -^'pn'-o 11 .. *}'tf ·' '" ; M R - p n i f : t . ii | Trn-i. | so 4 Hn-";ii.in j i Ille A^'-nr-.'.-tpd I'rp*.^ *"·'·· V . - . . ' - 1 ....,-,...| , . . - . , , . ···', !«'·'. ··'-·· Y,,:-;-.. ,,,,.,,,,,.; U-11 l . in ";-.;;:. ...Mi., ]-|,,|.vi-|. I'hi.-i. 10. N'fv flrli-fin-. - C h i r r , V.ir.,-.,,, II"'-.'. I l ^ . i n n , Hopped \ V » i t r r llnlne;, N,V\. N,v (,rle.,n,, !. The V.'ashini'-.ri tr.i.i. r! ·,,£) posted t h o lM'r.-( ]'..,;.-, I-!",,'-- -iverase m h i u o r j Ti,-,.- t r i m m a r k w.i:, r')7 I CAMI c-.-i ino MJ-..'J Illinois Favored In Western Track Final · Ann Arbor. MHi -Wi.Favnrfd 1 I l ^ i i i o : - , i - n r r r - l ,.,.-, |n , ,,,,,;, o ,. l i r \.".t«|-l ( o n f e r e n . e I r a r k »nd ' fi"Iil c h a n i p i r . n ^ h i n s today md I needed on'-.- u, f. : ,n ,, ( ( t n , rn ,,). ! I r n j e ol ^·.l^|. c.,,, ,,, cr; ,|, , M of i h e r o n f e r e n ?\ fr,,, r , r n ) n r u,|,, ·'f the in.'.)..S3 t . a i n . Bv q i i a l i f . mr ;it tm.-ili.sis yer- I ! ( r r V i \ Io Mirhiff.-in's p, I l l i n o u ' i d - ( m d : n r r h a m p i n n j were in rood i"«i'|on Io n'ld the t r « r k t i n - to ·he P.ir Ten f^^tlv,H ha \r-th.ill .ind l..-i--l,.il| r,-,,-,vn. ' , TA v TAX EXCHANGE 6.00-16 V MORE NOM-5KID SAFETY . . . Wider, Flottw Tr«od With Thousands of Sharp-»dgtd Arwjl«i Gives Creator Protection Against Skidding. * GREATER BLOWOUT PROTECTION . . . Ntw Exclusive Supjr Gum-Dipping Eliminotei Internal Heat. LOV " E " C03T P!R MIIE · · · Plui-milea 9 e Rubber Choi Longer Mileage. LIFETIME GUARANTEE PAY AS LITTLI AS 75c A WIIK YOUR OLD TIRES WILL M A K I T H I D O W N P A Y M I N T firttfott* STORES 101 N. COLLEGE PHONI

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