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HWKT AIKANSAS TIMIS, foy»1*vlH«, Arkai Monday, Junt 9, 1952 $80,000 Worth Rawls Wins Women's Eastern Open Title . ! RiMrting. l':i.-i/l f . - I-,c::.y H a u l s . 1 Women's N . i l l o n n l Open Coif j . C'hrimpion. won her t h i r d t o u r n ; i - :nenl yestr-nhiy by copping t h f , I!52 K.-i'.1i-rn ( l u e i i ;,t III-- l i n k ], : s h h e C ' o u n l i v Hub. Her 54-hole : loliil w;i-; 'i'ifi Thr Au:;lin. Tcx.'is. prn flni.'.herl 1 two stioki'S ahi-ad of Louise Su.M'i. ; of Cai-mlttm. ('···'. Third was Patty 1 I!er«, of Minne.-jpnlis v.ith 22fl. I Miss ll.iwls won an earlier cnn- | tret at llouslnn a n d t h e women's ; crnv. c o u n t r y t o u r n a r n r n t . She is Iradinj; woinrnV, money w i n n r r w i t h $lll,:ta:i, including vci.lerdav'l $H75. This Guy Is Probably A Pnnr 1 ncpr '·"''"·"'·'. in'ih- scioiV'i' r U U f L_Uber t-,-. S! ,, n( . imm,,;. connect.-: the first two innings. Powers connected w i t h a f'tm -iKicyr for the K a y e l t c v i l l c train in the fir: t l i a ' l h a l f t.l t h e rjprnjnj,' iniiim 1 b r i n » - ing two in ahead of him for the Hoys: C l u b o n l v lalhi-.- i,f t h e r a m e I ' n l f (if w i t h .1 Y t e a m for t h e t i i p p u - Yum, Yum? . home l u n for the and Kill. ;mks niadir it t-.'/ home team w i t h a roun in th'. 1 second i n n i n " . Lo'4Ue :cnicd on ll.i; mound f u r Wesley, and allowed the t h i r e I n l and three l u n s for the v i s i t i i i ) ; team, l i e was succeeded by S:.n- d ( r ; . who facerl 211 haltei-s an, fl struck out l a . allowiii!; o n i v one walk. Johnson caught fo r V/erley. a n d f o r K;iycttc\ 'ille Proctor pitched and .Moody worked behind the plate. i Prairie Grove Clips Harmon Nine, 10 To 1 ' i Pare; Drove walloped H a r m o n , . lfl-1, ycstrrday in » WashillKlon : Cnunly [.oague contest. Troy : Wayne 'Cox pitched thr winners , to Ihe victory, a l l o w i n g four hits. , I ' r a i r i r Grove made 12 hits go for ! Iheir 111 runs, ' Hob l l a i r c l l helled a t h r e e - r u n I homrr to h i g h l i g h t the a t t a c k for ,' Ilic winners. How They Stond ·ear-old Meullcr, who (rhorililo fnr Rnur veral bnuls on fouls, , 3111501116 i D l OOfS -Jerry Zimmerman, 17, (sealed) signs conlrnrl w i l h the Hoslon Red · Sox us Tert Mrllrrw f l i ' M ) head smut for Boston, and Charley W a l l - "ften, West Coa:l scout look on. Terms of the contract for the .star high - Kdloi.l calcher"*'err nof disclosed but newspapers at P o r t l a n d , Ore., speculated he received ?fi(l,01)11. Zimniermmi w i l l report to San Jose '"Cf-the California Class C League. (AP W i r r p h n t n ) Ar.ila K a n t n e r . S a n t a Monica, Calif., 0-1. 8-0, in the women's singles and learning willi J n l i n Sampson, San Francisco, to win ll.e ri.'Mihles t i t l e . The -HITS ··· -e 7-5, B-2. a g a i n s t M. :; Kantner antl Patsy Heard, P o r t l a n d , Ore. Larsen was n a t i o n a l NATIONAL LliAOl'E ! Brooklyn _ Nrw York __ f'hiciico .. , . fit. 1 ,ouis Cincinn.'iti . . Philadolphia ..... Hoston - .,,Pittsburgh . Stltl«1 v'« HiiviillB w. ^4 311 ·21) 24 S3 11! I B 12 I,. 11 Hi I I I 25 2fi MfJ ·27 3!) Pel. .V.ifi .6.12 ! .110-1 .49(1 .4()li: . 4 2 2 - .4nn .235 ' Cologne, rimnar.y -"!',- f/ctcr Mueller, wlm once stripped of hi.n r i e n n a n m i d r l l c w f i g h t title for l u l l i n g Ins opponent v iien he was down and only S a t n r d a v ! flo' red the referee of "h.-'inpi .-i- i-sliip lifiut. was looking ft r a new ^r.-.flc today. ! li:s r i n g days were f i n i s h e d '. ; I h t I.eaKiv of Profession.-.! Ger'. m;:n Hnxcrs a f t e r he sent referee ; Max Pippcw to the canvas w i t h a . s h a r p l e f t lo Ihe jaw a f t e r the . a r b i t e r told h i m lo slop t a l k i n g . . . . ,, d u r i n g a bout against Hans Slretz. SWimmiM PfOaram Of! German m i d d l e w e i g h t champ. 3 3 The 2-1-year-, . ha.s lost sev was behind nn points in UK; eighth j round v.-hen he slarted t a l k i n g i f lllh'f MlHflAl Toamr about Ihe f i g h t . Pippow lolci h i r n , U U D » TMU9" \tam 'o cut the c h n t l r r , whereupon he ' _., wheeled and clouted the referee. 1 ' "^ Fayetleville Roys Club ' [ m i d g e t s w i l l swim tomorrow at j the Boys Club b u i l d i n g at 1 o'clock I h e i r last t i t l e f i g h t , t h u s " v-in'ni ',* I TM' 1 w i " K ° '" ' Kro "f l ° u ' p ) Juo! the championship. ! '"" swimming period w i l l be .. | from 2 u n t i l fi o'clock. Members who wish lo a t t e n d are asked to bring I h e i r C l u b card and a i n cent admission w i l l be ! charged. ! M.-urii:n Basely. P.oys Club d i 1 Tho Wesley baseball team took i r'°K'"-TM v 'l»ch wil'l i'nclude'super- ' v ' l ! r l ' i n B °TMr ·· ''nbin's ncM for days. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette photog- the measure ;if the p-ayetteville v '- sc i games and i n s t r u c l i o n for ''ai'bi-r Charles C. .Steubm.-n \vas rewarded wilh this picture of a mo- Boys Club n i n e yesterday a f t e r - ! ^ n o non-swimmers. I h e r .'ceding her young. The nc. 1 '. is in a wa:;nn wheel in the yard noon at Wesley. S to 3. in a g a m e ; · I of his homo. Slcubci-n set his camera on a tripod near the nest and marked by three home runs in the , Ad»"rttM In th« TIMIKS--It Diy. ' m.i-d n rrmoi.: control cord anil flood li;;h!s. Strcl/. was hit he wns dowi Wesley Defeats Boys Club, 5-3 " The boiling point of pure (old is about 2,500 degree* «ntifride. AdrertiK In U» TIMli--li '/: GALLON Vanilla Ice (ream 63c Holland Bro. Lodctr Plant Too Fat? JSfe" ^;.'; ^·^·W r ',-^ f £ .^.C/^.-Jl-:-^--^'-i Wof.x Wof*r ch mta\, N» Tokt o b*for. ditting n»c«nor/-. » by frioutonrfi 9n th* ed- vr'r* of thtir tt»tl*rt. (aie wtighi wilhoul diti. ing-hvngtr. Each Waft* Wafer hai tht h u n i t r - ·atitlying capacity ef 1 Ib. boil*d polat6*i, or 5 itkPi of whilt btttd or * *ggt, y«t twit* in t *nt r 3 tolori.l. Doc lor,: rV«f,,,iontif tomp!«i «nd clmicol do'.m compiUd by phytidont Now York'i largrit hoi- p i t o l t en rcquflir. Ui. your t«lt«rh»«(. Waf« avBilabl. without o prticriptian. tt it · food adjunct, not a drug. WAFtX, Inc., Hew T.rk II, H.T. Copytijhl 1V3! Wof., ! Bt . tip On Leaders In Southern (By Thf A.sum:later! Prrds) j ,, Mobile and Now Orleans had ; '·"_ better post lookouts on tlioir l o f t y j ,-pcrch atop the Southern Assncia- '^"tioh bct-atif,(! the Ch.ittnnooRn i ( ^Xopkouls arc nn the prowl again. ; 1 ' The BirminKh.'iin Barons wore ! _ *lappfd silly by the 'Nolans yes- | tcrday, losing a t w i n bill, 5-2 nml t *4~'L The tv.'in victories enabled -·ihe Lookouts to v a u l t into third place, just one Rame behind first -.·piece Mobile. :*:,!;,Nnshville dropped Alliinla lo .iliiurth place by dealing a double -4ffcal lo the Crackers H-G and H-2 and slopped i n t n the f i f t h "»pot, dropping R l r m i n R h a m to sixth. The Bears divided a double bill with Memphis, w i n n i n g the* first I-1 and losing the second (!-.*). Second place New Or li'ins.'.and i Little Rock also split H pair. iNie ' Travelers annexiiitf the first (f-f) ! in JO inniiiKH and tlic Pels roppiny ( the nightcap 5-0. H r n n k l y n I I - K l , C i n f i n n a t i 7-4. Chirnfin 7-fi, Boston 5-7. Now Ynrk f), P i t t s b u r g h 1. SI. Louis ft, P h i l a d e l p h i a 3. A M E R I C A N I J K A G D E · ...JMO hul 1,,M his .onr^^nf \v. 28 Sauer Leading In All-Star Voting ChlrHRn-(/P)-Thc Chicaito Cubs' I'hiladelnhia _ 2(1 St. Louis 22 Detroit is Sunday's Result* lloston S-S, Drlrnit 2-2. New Tork fi-3, si. I.oui riiilariclphia 12-11, (. Pel. ' .583 .581 .580 ' .511 .51(1 .470 .-140 .319 s 2-0. lovcl.ui H a n k Snuer, N a t i o n a l League bat- ' ''"'·, . . . ! tine leader, topped the a l l - s t a r i chlcr| R'' fi . Washington 3. j lo^v\s \'h^ most'popu'lar l ' 1 voTe- SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION ; getter. I W. I,. Pet. Fans IhroiiRhout the nation be- I TM obilc , 34 25 ·"" Kan votlnu for t h e i r st.-irlini! l i n e u p j N o w Orlcii:i« 34 26 ..1H7 selections in the N i i t i n n n l ami | t-nattanooRa . . 33 2fi .55P Ame.-icnn I.eaRiies tor the all-star A t l a n t a . ...... 3n 2(i .530 Kinnc nl P h i l a d e l p h i a J u l y 8. The I N a s h v i l l e 28 2« .50(1 hullotlng w i l l continue u n t i l mid- I U l r m l n g h i n n 27 30 .47-1 night .lune ^7 w i t h pror.pect o t j l . i l t l e Hock 24 29 .453 four million votes beiiiii cast. 1 Memphis . . . . . 18 38 .321 O u t f i e l d e r Stan Musial of th» SI. ISunrtay'ii KciulU Louis Cardinals, tn o s t p o p u l a r 1 Chattanooga 5-4, B i r m i n g h a m ' player in Ihe 11151 poll, v.-as second .'2-2. la Snuer. A n o u l M a m i i n K f l a v o r In the first came. L i t t l e Rock ! ^JLj^'LJ^i'. held 15 New Orlenns hits lo five j runs and lied the score al 5-5 \vith j l 3-run seventh. ; Traveler catcher Duke Donlmic tingled w i l h two on in the hist of the 10th to wrap it up. ! The Pels parlayed 10 hils i n t o ! five runs in Ihe second i;ame. | iparkcd b,v Dick Long's liosnc run I in the second. HiRhthanrler Wolfe : A'as the winner. , Nashville 8-11, A t l a n t a B-l. Mobile 4-5. Memphis 1-fi. L i l t l e Rock fi-0, New Orleans l l - I D - t f |S-5. First Kame 10 innings. · ·· Larsei? Captures VS. Hard Court Net C Seattle -(/Pi- Art Larsen, the j ikittish southp;:w from SMI Lc- · indru, Calif., was well on his w n y | j;- the conioback t r a i l today a f t e r i indini; the Hard C ' n i n l ' Championships to his .siring of 1952 titles Sunday. : Hcrbic Flam, the steady IMS Angelcnn, u a s the straight .-;et i i'ictim, getting l i t t l e but blisters nit of the match. He forced every ret into extra game;; b;M was · :Iosed out 7-5, 8-6, 7-5. I-arsen then teamed w i t h the i feternn Tom Brown -f c .i . Fran- . tist'o to v.hip Bill Tafbert nf New · i'ork and Harry I .ikes of San i rr.mrisen in t h e men\ doubles i ^i als, 5-7. G-2, 'j-l, ii-4. 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