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Hogon Favored As National Open Tourney Gets Started Dal1as-W)-Two intruders, heat*- »nd Ben Hogan, threatened tn i complicate matters today as the I familiar figures of golf's tourna- . nient trail began their m i n i m i : qlfest for the Digest prize of all, ' the United States Open Championship. , ' Jlogan, of course, was regarded j as the most serious threat as thc vanguard of the field of 162 play- prs began to stream down the bot- ilenecked fairways of the Northwood Course. The wiry little man from Fort i W^trth, who plays in only a few selected tournaments each year, j smashed the solidarity of the re- i ular "tourists" by winning the last ' 1wn open championships. His i rivals wouldn't like for him to do I it again, but they can't deny him ! a place among the top three or j four favorites. I sticky heat, which hasn't B/ ALLAN A. OILMM. Sauer's Three Homers Beat Phillies, 3-2 Senators Trip Indians As Porterfield Bests Lemon, 1-0 A group of junior-sized Fay- ( ettcville Roys Club members' played Prairie Grove yesterday in j a seven-inning battle at the Coun- I l.v Fair Grounds. The visitors,! slightly surer afield, prevailed by ] a 13-11 score. But Prairie Grove: and its coach had an anxious moment or two. We arrived a little late Mahan's control went bad result of the blind ump and shifted to shortstop with George Lewis coming on in the third. Chicagn-(/P)-Hank Sauer, fnr · the second time in his career, hit | three home runs off the offerings of Curt Simmons in a single game. The three round-trippers were enough to Rive thf Ch'capo Ci'bs a 3-2 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Back in 1950 he alro hit three homers off Simmons In an he | August 28 came at Wriele.v Field. ,! No other major leaeue batter ever hit three homers off the After the first half of the first pitcher in two different games, i n n i n j Maurice Sagely, Boys Club I Oddly enough. ?auer struck nut director, called his men together lor l a s t minute instructions. "Men.", he said, "we won't use and I a n y signals this inning cause we kept a few players from scorch- j «T ncy a ing the course in practice, may | haven't bs asked the boy wilh t; book, "Who is a h e a d ? " many With that the team went to work 'whittling down the visitor's arc," he replied, "but we i I load. Mahan got three hits in four have a more serious effect if it '· continues through Saturday. The i contenders will have to play 36 ' holes on that last day and thc I strength-sapping Texas sun may take a more severe toll t h a n those oUi enemies of tournament golfers, par and pressure. The local weith- er bureau forecast continued 90- degree temperatures today with i nn relieving rain. ' The top favorites, Hogan, Sam- I my Snead and Lloyd Mangrum i attrd yet." About that time P. G.. made its third out and Ihe scorer hanctcd us the boolt. "Here," he said, "you do it. l gotta warm up. trips to the plate; Meyers collect- l cd two for three, and Roger Raj mey, a smooth fielding first base- i man, got two for three. As the innings wore on one of three straight times in his last previous meeting with Simmons when the Phil southpaw f a n n e d 12 and beat the rubs on a two- hitter. May 13 at Philadelphia. Sauer's homers were load-off blows in the second, sixth Washington-i/I'i-A p a i r of r i f ^ h t ' handed Bobs -- P o i t n l l e l d and Lfmon--hooked up here last night in a brilliant pitching duel. K,-ich gave up four hits. Portcrf'iclrl won thc game. 1-d, as Ihe Senators sneaked a run mToss nsainst tlio Cleveland Indian:; in Ihe eighth. The w i n n i n g t a l l v (Mine w i l d two tints as Pete Hunnr-l:, u-irklcd the ball past second l?i!Ti'.Kin Hobby A v i l a into short ccnti-ifield. : The hit wont for n double JIIK! : Runnels romped home behind Kco \ Woods' single. Porterfield was in trouble only oner--that in Ihe eighth--when he hit Al Hosen and t h r u K.-IVP Dale M i t c h e l l a double. But w i l h men on second nnd t h i r d he. forced Luke Easier to foul nut to end the ' inning. I'lirlerfield struck nut one and walked none. i Wr-Wn«'«n I, cleyclino o CLEVILAND WASHINGTON Sain Hurls Yanks To Win Over Tigers, 7-2 and in- Johnny Mahan. the Boys Club's I lhe Faycttcvillc players expressed boxing star, was on the mound ! L ' oncern over tne wa ' h »s" team when.we arrived. He allowed five ! was be S mnm S to hit the enemy runs in the first inning and we.' P' tchcr - "Golly," he moaned, "I hope we don't knock that pitcher out, cause they always put shortstop in in his place and throws awful fast." are getting old as athletes from 37 to 40 years--and most of their strongest rivals aren't exactly young. You don't find ftizzy- lookcd with reservations on his | a b i l i t y as a flinger. However, Bill j Meyers, the catcher, informed us ; confidentially that Johnny's curve i nside corner I eighth innings. In the third ning, he popped out. | Despite the bombing. Turk Lown needed some bonehead Phjl ' base-running and relief help from · Dutch Leonard to beat Simmons. I _!fl With the bases loaded in t^e sixth, Richie Ashburn singled to center but Tommy Brown dashed from first to third without touch- Simpson. Avifn. 2h Rntcn. ;ih Doby. rf Mitchell. If *npi'ipr Bonnr. UN Hrgan. r f 4 (i fl,'Ypst. 31) 4 !) » '.'.impns. If .1 fl rf 4 0 0 Vcrnon. l l 3 0 1 R u n n e l s . «s .1 fl OWoori. rf 2 0 I H a k r r . i'h I 0 flaunt*, r fl (l n Port-field. ) .i n i 30 n -I'Totals New Y.rk-'/Pi-Veteran Johnny *- .Snin, hrlped hy fnur-bn::e blows n f f iho h:Mx of Jop Collins ' ;md Yi-si IlriTii. dprraled the Detroit Ticnr. l-'i, yt'sUM'f'av as the New Y'-rk Yankees .-.uhdificri t h e i r hold nn f i r s t place in the A m e r i c a n Sain tnuched fur 10 hits bill only one WHS for e x t r a bsres. T:-.e K c t t i i i R einht .safeties · n f f young Hilly Hoeft, t u r n e d throe nf them into home runs. Coll i n s h i t t w o round-trippers a n d , drove in four runs. The Yanks now have won nine ! of t h e i r Inyl Id Kamc.s and have · [·limbed from f i f t h place to first In ; less t h n n two weeks. The Tigers | have lost nine of their last 11. j liucft started out strong nnd led ' for four innings. Collins hit a homer in thc f i f t h mid the Y a n k s added sincle runs in ihe sixth nnrt p seventh before erupting for f o u r 1 nm.s in thc eighth. ; The victory was Sain's sixth . against two losses. | the he; 25 1 4 ; ·Flied out for Combs In 8ih. \ Cleveland . . . . 000 fW) OHO--fl Washington (Mft fi'in in x --1 E--Rosen. Rill--WnnH. D H -- M U r h e l l R u n n c U . SB--Baker. nr~-Combn nnd j Easter; Avllr. Cnnibs nntl EnMcr: mg second base. Two sure r u n s ! I-cmon. Combs nnd Easter. Left- 1 Cleveland " Lemon : PrMrty. 2h j and- the d u m n ump won't call it." Lewis, the reliefer for Fayetteville, is a side-arm cross-fire pitcher with a loose motion. He controlled the P. G. batters pretty U. S. Loaded In Bid For Titles At Wimbledon Umdon-i/P.i-United States cheeked kids -winning m a j o r tournaments these days and the open title hasn't 'gone to a rank outsider since Sam Parks won at Oakmont Jn'l935. But the pressure of ^omnnt i "" fgr a title that is worth many times the value of its S'l.OQ'l inn prize money, and the toughennrl- up course, remained as i m p o r t a n t factors although early estimates of the probable winning score have been revised downward. j MIS players, who usually do rjght The pros, who were mentioning ' well by Uncle Sam in the Wimble- 72-hole totals of 283 or 284 a few j rlon championships, are loaded f o r ; , u n n n r t p r npm ,, ri RpH Rflhari;jn bSLr b ±7 to uTh M Tas ; bear n * ain this w - ! wrSS-TcSSii K te ?br bermuria grass r o u g h w a s ; Kk , ht nf 1hr j n n i n ,. anWflH b a | ] ) backjng him up {[Qm ^ sidelines. well until the last frame when they scored three runs to gain the decision. Harold Bohanan, thc right fielder, gave the P. C. team cause for concern at every turn. He played I Bu'rii the outfield behind a clump of fjy"; crass and the batters couldn't tell where he was until he came gal- j loping out to catch their flies. And he was worrisome at the plate -- were nullified when the Cub infield called for the ball and Eddie Mihsis stepped on second to retire Brown for the third out. j Leonard replaced Lown with · men on second and third and only } one out in the ninth. He struck o u t ; Johnny Wryostck and made For- i rest Burgess ground out. I 4, Washinctnn 2. 118-- SO--Purlrrficld 1. Lvtnon R fi ER- Lcritnii 1-1. HBP--Li'inon (Omnosi: pnr'prfirlcl ( R n j r n i W i n n e r --Porlrrfield (5-5). Loner--Lrtrmn i. r Bf. U--Rommfi. Berry. Honorhick, Duffy. T~-]:4S A - 1 4 2 B 4 . ____ 1 TM- | swinging the bat well anrt being T °"" : a pretty sma" 3. PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO ab T h! ah r h I ABhburn. cf S o n Mlkiii. 2 h 4 0 1 Hamner. is 5 0 2:fondy. J b 4 0 0 . W'rostek. rf s 0 J'Serena. 3b 4 0 1 ·»·. c 5 0 2! Sauer. If 4 3 3 /o. I f 4 0 2 PrameBa. c - T O O Lohrke. 3b 4 1 OIH'manski, rf 4 0 2 Ryan. 2b 1 0 r.Tfffeoat. cf 4 0 0 Brown. I b 2 f l rsmalley. aa 2 0 1 Simmon*, p 3 0 O'Lown. p 2 0 0 aNlcnolson 0 o ft Leonard, p 0 0 0 t'Caballero 0 1 0! .14 2 9 Tnlala .11 3 « target to pitch to. j And tb top t h a t off he had a rabid trimmed a bit and the tree-lined course was spruced up for the tournament, now are saying a PHI 280 score will be needed to win. Northwood will play .782 yards tfith a par of 25-35--70 for thc championship. Sauer Leads Balloting For NL All-Slar Team Chicago-(7P)-Big Hank -Sauer, ttic Chicago Cuhs left fielder who tops the major leagues in hitting, also is setting a fast pace in the all-star baseball poll as the fans' naost popular player. Sauer heads the nation-wide balloting in latest tabulations with 24,327 votes. Eddie Robinson, Chicago White Sox first baseman, is j Eight of thc top 10 ranked I men's players from the U. S., arid I six of Ihe best 10 women racquet A pair of Watson's--Jimmy and swinunrs will appear in life two- I Jem--provided strength in the wefk tournament starting June 23. | infield. Jimmy, the second base- Thoy include defending cham- man, looked to be about fls fancy pions Dick Savin of Orange, N. J., a fielding player as there is in and Doris Hart, Jacksonville, Fla., who won the titles last year at Wimbledon, considered the finest tennis tournament in the world. The U. S. has won the women's these parts. He scooped up grounders and caught line drives in a manner that would make Red Schoenrtienst green with envy. He and shortstop Mahan missed dou- Diego. In the men's singles, however, there will be plenty of competition from Australia, especially Frank Sedgman, the Davis Cup next with 23,719. Stan Musial. St. ! acc - Sedgmnn won the U. S. sin- Louis Cardinal centerfielder, j s | glP_s t i t l e last fall, third with 23,404. Voting started last Friday singles crown here each year since ! ble-plays by an eyelash on two the war, and will be favored to. occasions. repeat. In addition to Miss Hart, j Jerry, the shortstop and center- the overseas threats include fielder, didn't get as much chance Maureen Connolly, 17-year-old to show his stuff, but he turned in American champion from San a top-notch job when called on. Dick Boles played left field and had a terrible afternoon. The coach would wave to him to come in a little and the batter would slam the ball over his head. Then he'd drop back and the batter and will continue u n t i l midnight June 27,. The best vote-getters in the National and American Leagues will start in the all-star classic at Philadelphia. July 8. would pop up just over the in- Savitt is ranked No. 2 in the U.} f 'e'd and the coach would tell S. In a d d i t i o n , others seeking the him to come in again. Outside of men's crown include Vic Seixas o f , that he did okay. Philadelphia, ranked thc U. S. No. 1 player. David Rushing played third base ATHLETES FOOT GERM. HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, It not DtoaKd, your «fc back. Thi (TROMO fungicide SLOUGHS OFF the Hittr thin to expcM burled fungi. Kilh it on unl»ct. Cet Creaielesi. inttant'Bryinf T'4L at any drue ator*. Tatfay at Htd crocs Drug Store. = NCAA Baseball Tournament To Open At Omaha SUPER! Omaha-(/P}-K's "batter up" tn- riny in college baseball's biggest show. Eight team?, the cream ol nation's collegiate diamonds, a r e after thc NCAA title in the sixth ( Annual College World Series be- j ti re( j early. and didn't get, too many chnnces during the game. He showed a : wicked swing at the plate, but : generally was ton interested in where iho ball was going tn get ( it going. Vowever he watched the :' pill in the last frame and got a ] hit to start a rally that Imost tied Ihings up. Charles Hughes was on hand to lend his bat to the proceedings and he made two hits in four trips. Bobby Thomas, the center- fielder at the start of the game, didn't get much chance to show his stuff, either. He was a victim )f a shuffle in the lineup and re- a--Walked for Simmon* in 9th. b---Ran and scored lor Nicholson 9th. Philadelphia noo 100 mil--2 Chicago 010 001 Olx--a E-- Miknin, Pondy. RBI--Sauer 3, Brown. 2--Burgenn. Hamner. HR-- Snu«r .1. 8p--Ilnmnpr. S--Lown. DP-- Pramesa ahri Mikslfi: Sautr and Mik- «is. Left--Philadflphta II. Chlcafo 7. BB--Lown 6. Simmons 2. SO- -Lown (t, Leonard 1, Simmons 7. HO--Lown 9 in fili Innings; Leonard o In ^ R tic ER--Lown 2-1. Leonard 0-0, Simmons .1-.1. Winner--Lown (3-21. Loner --Simmons (4-2). U--DnnniHII. Ballfin- fant. Banick and Gormin. T--2:33 A--(actual) 10.765. i n R played for the third straight yenr in Omaha's million-dollar Municipal Stadium. I Lust year's champ, Oklahoma, ; d i d n ' t make the grade in its own · region this year and won't be ! arourul to de-lend its title. Favori itcs to become the new kings nf the college baseball are the heavy ; hi l UTS from Duke University, ; winners in 30 of 35 games they ; p!;:yed this year. Duke was paired today with Ore- Ron State. Texas, twice winner oT | , tho M.'AA t i l l e . is bnck again and j i paired w i t h Penn State in first , day's piny. I n ihe other two games, Western ; M i c h i g a n meets Holy Cross nnd Missouri play:; Colorado Slate. K r r p HP with the times--read the TIMES daily. Both teams made 12 hits and more errors were committed, by fhe visitors than by the home team. But the Fayetteville errors were bigger errors, it seemed. New Orleans Regains Lead In Southern (By The A«»nolatfd Prein) Don Carlsen, the blond viking whose name is synonymous with success in New Orleans baseball circles, was the toast of the Crescent City today. The smooth-throwing right- hander celebrated his return from the Pittsburgh Pirates last nicht by chilling Chattanooga on five hits as the Pels won, 5-2, and regained sole possession of thc Southern Association lead. Carlsen, who h u n g up an 11-3 record in little more than half a season with New Orleans last year, retired all of the Lookouts easily except tiny Ernie Craved. The pint-sized outfielder rapped three safeties, including a three- bagger. Jack Paepke homered for the Pelicans in the third. Nashville went 12 innings before knocking Mobile from the lead 6-5, Little Rock Birmingham 8-3. and Grand-Slam Homer Gives Bosox Win Over Browns, 11-9 Boston -/pj-C H I c h c r Snmmy White's grand-slam homer against relief pitcher Satchel Pnigo tonight enabled tho Boston Hod Sox to overtake tho St. Lnui.s Browns for an 11-9 victory. White's romid- trippcr highlighted a y i x - r u n r;ill,v by the Boston team in the last inning. Cass Michaels anrJ Dick K i y - hoski homered fur ilu- Browns. Paige, who was m;ikiny liis .second relief appearance in as many days, was coasting along on n 9-5 margin when he ran into trouble Hew Y»rk 7. O« 2 DETROIT NEW YOr»K b r h 1 Bh r h 3 0 r*Manllr. cf 3 0 1 PfBky. tin l 0 O.Rizzuto. in Herrj. hi n t) 0 Bauer, rf Sourliock. 3b 3 0 TBtrrn. c Dropo. I b 4 1 liM'D'enlrf. 3b Wcrtt. rf 4 1 : M n r i l n 3b M u l l l n . I f 4 0 0 Cerv. If Ma pen, cf 4 0 2 Collins. Ib I.Blf'rt. 3h-» 4 0 1'Slln, p Ginsberg, c 3 0 1 ! Hoeft. p 3 0 Oj nllopp 1 0 n Totals 36 2 IQToUltt SPORTS NOKTHWfcjl AMRA.MSAi I.M.CJ, . ayo!tevi!lo. Arkansas,. Thuriday, juna 12, 1952 Rushino-Robbins, Perrin-Camerer In Semi-Finals Of Women's Golf 3 1 0 . 1 0 1 4 1 1 . 1 0 1 4 1 1 3 1 0 3 3 3 4 0 0 30 T * n-Flied out (or Hoeft In 9th. Detroit 000 200 000--2 New York ., ... 000011 UK--7 E -- H a t f l r l d . Souchock. RBI--Wtrtz. Mnpos. Colll n i 4. McDou(»ld. Mantle, licrrn 3B--Wcrij;. HR--Collini 2. B*r- . r«. SB--McDougald. DP--Priddy. Btrrv I and Dropo; Souchock find Dropo. Left i --Detroit «. New York S. BB--Hoftft 6, Snln 1. SO--Hoeft 2, Sain 3. R fr IR --Hoeft 7-0, Sain 2-2. Winner--S«ln ifi-21. Loscr--Hnpft (0-3). U--r»psrrtin, Pnwir«Ha. nohb. Hurley. T--2:15. A-10.454. Cards Beat Dodgers In 10th f 3-2 St. Louis-l/I'l-Tlicro wns much fu.sKing nnd f u m i n g Inst night At . . _ _ _ Si. ]/ui.s where both Mflnaepr in thc ninth. .lim Pciirsall boat out Chuck Drrssen nnd Pee Wee a b u n t nnd Hoot Evrrs mimjiKrci nor.w of Brooklyn were tossed out an infield single. Paige walked , )f ,,.,,, /,,,, thc s , ^^ G V°er g n §£ ,,",,."£$,$ ^'but ^rrtln.,.. D,l BJ*. Single ,n the ..' . _..'. "_ . ioih pave the Cords a 3-2 win, slicing the Dodders' National League lend to four games. Thc Cards' e x t r a - f n n f n R win was t h e i r secotid in a row over the f Dodscrs who zoomed into St. Louis w i t h a hot winning streak. Peanuts Lowrey opened the 10th Paige walked Billy Goodman to force in a run. Evers scored on Ted Lepcio's single and then rame White's home run. ·M«M 11, St. Lvult ST. LOU 1C BOSTON ahr h 1 \ ;ib r li Young. Zb 5 1 1 niMajttflo. cf r. 1 1 Mich«rls. 3b S 'i ZiPjcrtall. rf 4 2 2 Marsh, 3h i n n Kvcrs. II 4 ] ,1 Dych, If 4 0 1 Kcll. 3h 4 1 1 Nieman. rf Big-Inning Gives Athletics Win Over White Sox, 5 To 3 Philadflphia-ijTj-Thc hot - and cold Philadelphia Athhtics were hot yesterday, scoring four big I ? runs In one inning to trip thc C h i : ca^n White Sox, 5-3. Lefthander Al Clark hammered n two-run homer in the big inning. Clark stepped into the M n r u p at the last minute lifter regular leftfielder Gus Zcrnlal had disclosed the fact that he would be unable to play for at least n week due to a severe charlie horse. ForrlB Fain, last year's league batting champ, and Hal Brvnn each collected three hits tn lead thc 10-hit attack. Chicago starter Saul Hogovin hold the A's scoreless until the sixth when ho WBB kayocti by the four-run outburst. Howie Juddon replaced him. i, Chleaf* I CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA «h r h' Fox, Zh 4 0 OiJonit, ·· Mlnoso. If 4 0 1i.r«in. Ib Mol«, rf 4 0 2,Phllley, rf Rohlmon, I h 4 2 1'Clirk, if Colpmnn. rf 4 1 l i V i l n . If ' . .Mi 3 0 "Hell. 2h Shcely. c 3 n *Bi*v«n. 3b Carrat'l. ·· 3 0 0 Tlpion, c Rogovln. p 2 0 ] ! Hooper, p Judson, p 0 0 01 fiKarilln 1 0 0' Kennrdy, p fl f) ft! Total! 32 .1 T.ToUlB El Dorado. Ark.-OP)-Four pr^- tournpy favorites clashed today in the sorni-finals of the Arkansas Women's A m a t e u r Gnif Tnurna- mcn at El Doradn Country rlub. Mrs. Gordon Penin. t!;rw t i m e former stale champion and defending title holder t h i s yonr. met Mrs. William Camorer of Little Rock in thc fir?t m a t r h of '.he championship flight. Mr?. Camerer servM notice Tuesday that she would be a contender when she ousted the tourney medalist, Mrs. ! oc Miller of Hot Springs. In the second and semi-final match. MIns'Betty Hushing of El Dorado, a graduate last wrek frnm the University tmi] one of thn state's better young women golf- rrs. was pitted against Mrs. Carle Rnhbins of Fnrt Smith, a former state champion. Mrs. Perrin continued her quest for her fourth state crown ye^ter- d«y in the n u a r t e r - f i m i i s , dnfoat- InR Mr-,. Billy Hell of Pine Bluff, 3 and 2. Mrs. IH-ll led at the ond of stx holes, but the champion fought back to even the score on the eighth, and then won the.13th, 14th and 10th holes to «afn the victory'. Miss Rushing turner! buck a strons challenge from Mrs. Dane with a double oft loser Billy LOOK. 5 n i Stephen*. EB s i 1 ( After Dick Sisler was passed in- 5 o 1-Oi.oiimnn,. ib 4 2 j j tontion,-"", T o m m y GlavJano s i" a forced J. ,vrey at third on an «t- i f O ; tempted .-..icrifirc. Rice then arch- J {j } ! cd Loos' first pitch into short left i o n to score Sisler. ?i°iSl WilJnrri Schmidt, the No. 3 man »car roug ln | Dodfiers only four hits, was thc | Gr?eW|^t*v*ni, in T--2:'i». 00.1 .112 ooo-- n : winner on a two-inning relief job. on 101 joo-rt | Courtney. K'yhoikl. Ih 5 I 1-Lcpcio, 2h Rivera, of 122 W n i l r . r 4 3 4 Nixon, p 2 0 1'Henry, n 0 0 OiS'borouRn. ' T r n i i t . 9 ·* Tdtnla trouncet: Memohis handed the Atlanta Crackers their seventh consecutive setback 6-0. The game al Birmingham saw Baron ace .Inhn MacKinson fail for the t h i r d time to post his eighth victory. Alex McNeilance. Little Rock's Canadian righthand- er, scattered eight hits neatly as the Travs won handily. Hal · Simpson, with four for four, and And speaking of errors -- we committed one that got us in more trouble than we'd bargained j R . c . otey, three for three, led the for when we showed up at the Litlle Rock a t t a c k park. In jotting down the record I of the game we'd (rotten tn e hits! and runs confused- in one inning. ' On the basis of that mistake we informed the home team that it «- -Struck out for dth. St. Louii Bui.on . . _ . _ _ _ _ _ E--DemafBtrl, Goodman. Kvcrs. KH1 RBI--Leprin 2. Kvrm. Henry, horounri. Stephrns. Good man. W h l t r 4. Young 2. Mfchncl-i 2. Kryhoskl. Dr- mHCBtri. Harrlsl, Nicmnn. 2B--Good- man. Dcmaestrl, Nleman'. Henry. Lop- cio. Courlney. 3B--Durnacstrl. HR-- Mlcbaeli. Krylioski, While. SB-Even. S--Hnrrffll. Paige. DP--Young B nd Kryhoskl; Marsh. Young nnd Kryhoski. Left~St. Louis fi. Hoston 8, HB-Nixon 1. Henry l. Harrlst l. I'aigc2. SO~Nlxon 2. Trout 2. Harrlsl 3.' Paine 2. HO--HarrJst 10 In 6 innlriKS if need 2 butter* in 7 t h ) ; Pnigc 6 in 2* n : Nixon 7 in 3' 3 ; Henry 4 In 1 3 ifnccil 4 bnt- ters in filhi: Scnrbomueh 2 in 3. Trout 1 in I. R Y.n--H«rrt-i :,-.'. Pnific fi-6. Nixon fi-G. Henry n-:i. Scarborough O-'i, Trout 0-0. H B P -- H a r r i M (Even. Lcpcio). W l n n r r Troui M·:, l-ospr--Pnixc- i5-2.., Mc- Klnley. Sonr. T--3 0.1. A --11,324 Giants Beat Reds, 3-2 aPnpped out for Judion in fl'h. Chlcano 010 OM 200--3 Phtlnd«lphl» . 000 004 lOx--5 B--Clark RBI--Rortrlguri.. Cnlrmnn. Shelly. r*ln. Clark 2. Bcvun. Phtllry. 2B--Mcl« 2. Fain, Roblnion. Coleman. SB--Fain. HR--Clark. SB--Bevim, Valo. Phlllcy. DP--Jooit. Kcll and rain: K«llt Jooit and Fain; Robliwott thd rltqu*!; Mlno»o nnd Shetfy: L f f t ·b r h 4 J 3 Harris of Hot Springs. 2 nnd 1. 4 fl i ! Mrs, Harris, was runner ^ip to Mrs, i ! ! | Porrin in last year's tourney at n o o , Little RocH. 4 $ 'Q\ In thc other two quarter-final 3 o 1 j mHtches, Mr.*;. Camerur defeated Mrs. Grace Wtlllamn of Little Rock, 2 and 1, and Mrs, Bobbins 32 s 10 i defeated Mrs. Eva Dugger ol El Dorado, Z and 1. Mrs. Harris was elected president of the Arkansas Association of "Women Golfern yesterday at n business meeting f o l l o w i n g tournaiytfttCplay. The Association voted to hold its 1953 tournament --chicifo 2. pnilideinhia « BB-Ho- at the Belvedere Country Club in lovln !. - · · ·-- - · Judson I. j ' u d i o n s o - R o c o v ! n ' i " . I . HO~Ro«ovin 7 in 8», In- nlnjft; Judion 2 In l ^ b : Kennedy 1 tn R ER--Ro«ovfn 4-4; Judion i-i: Hot Springs. | A three-year drought reduced j the entile population of the giant ! King Ranch in Snuthrrn Texas ! from 85,000 to 60,000. Visiting Around Arkansas B Y J O E M A R S H W KING COTTOX "Hnrnes 1 *--thp ffaitolino k i n d , that 1*--ar« replacing tho mule in Arkansas cotton fields. It icemn to me t h a t nn most Urff* farms and p l a n t a t i o n s in Arkansas, the entire process of cotton p r o d u c t i o n in, more and raort, Iwinjf handled mechanically from planting to pic-kin?. Theflc m e c h n n i c f t l mnrvols nrc Mrvlnir to make thp fnrmor's lot ·Mier and to incren^f! hi* n t n n d - »fd of living t h r o u g h i m p r o v i n g tin quality and production of hix Mmmodity. Farm machinery in making for t tatter way of life among our rural folks--just n* the hrexvers of America n i n c u n l r i l i i i t i n p tii the enjoyment and m n t o n i m e n t r\i the American ppojile throuph production of fine beer nnd a!o. Malt beverages nrn accepted today by tho. p e o p l e of A r k a n s n n and they nrr offftrrd to tho public u n d e r t h e K r n v i n t r h n h i s l r y * » · S c . f - K p K i i l a l i o n I'roffram which nsflnres u i a i n t p n n n r f uf r l c H n , wholnsomc, lnw-alidiiiK r o n i l i l i o n n for legal sale of UIMC product!". hud one more run than it had act u a l l y K-orcd. A short time later Coach Cartman of the Prairie Grove team called our hand on it. We cheeked and found him ( l i k e our wife) absolutely correct. Then we were hounded on all sides by wild-eyed little baseball players demanding to know what had happened to their run. Dickson Blanks Braves, 5 To 0 C i n c i n n a t i - ( / P i - J i m ]lr.lrn al- i Imvcd thc Cincinnati Red*; only four hits last n i p h t ;is h" hurled I the New York Giants to a 3-2 I victory. At one point Hr-iiin had ! relirefl IS straight Rotllof; haiu-rs. I Consecutive double:; by Boh liott anrl Don Mueller .scnnvi th! f i f t h i n n i n g r u n t h a t was lhe i Gj.intf.' margin of victory. Tho-.^c Pittsburgh - /n - Littlp Murray | two Mows camo a f t e r Hob Thornp- Dickson hurled a h r i l l i a n t five- j son had knotted the count w i t h a hitter as the Pittsburgh Pirates h°mcr d r i v i n g in Whitey I.orkman shutout the Boston Braves 5-fl I anca ' of him. All thn lilts and last night. Ralph Kiner belted his · ru 5?.,! : ' ! !J e ,?" l "?, rry . 10th homer of thc year to heir. . J'i'j Ma " ha)1 "counted /or support litt.e Murray, and o'E i ^ TM " Bell drilled a three-run c i r c u i t ! - clout in the sixth. That, you know, is a lough The logs was charged to Max question to answer. i Surkont, who was relieved by ; Wiiiinmt. 2), j Dave Cole in the eighth. Dickson, M " L " The Roys Club is going to want j usually prone to throwing in a the citi/.cns of Fayeltevilln to se- home run ball or two d u r i n g A loci nn all-star team from the f i v e '. Rfme, gave up only five singles, groups lhat are now playing. To help them, and to give yourself an enjoyable afternoon -- t a k e some time off and go see these Niw York 1. Cincinnati 2 NIW YORK C I N C I N N A T I h r h' ah r h 4 0 1 M ' M i l i n n . «i l a r k . HK 4 n 1 Ariam*. :ili Lorkman. Ih 4 1 fl !t;iltmi. 1'ti Trmnnon. .1l 3 1 2 A f l c t r k . Hi K l l l o l t . If . 1 1 1 . n n r k o w j k i Dlorlnn. I/ 0 n nM.n»hi,l]. rf MilHlffr. rf .* II 1 rlu;irfU If riltikunh l. ·OITON kids in action. There is nothing quite like It. ·Iftlnror-. Thorpe. »h » h »h r h 3 0 0 nar'rome. Ih 3 o o 4 0 1 Cai'lllo', .Ih . 1 0 0 · WP«I ' Thn'pn. · llcarn. , . mti BttiWne, Liltb Roth, The Boys Club made its a n n u a l turnover of officers the other day and we' can only hope that the new group does as well as the old one. No one could aak for more. The responsibilities are ([rent on thc new president, Jimmy Walker, but no ifreater t h a n on A. U. McAllister, Jr., the retiring president, when he took over a year ago. This community Owen A. D. « debt nf a/ralitude for his consden- tioui and f a i t h f u l work with the organization. He got the rlub go! ing. Now th« new prMident muit 1 keep it going. . , . . Tnrirnnn. Ih 4 0 t ' D H Orfco, rf .1 1 0 Gordon. 3h J 0 I Klner. If . 1 2 1 SI. Clnlrr. c 5 It I 'Bill, rf . 1 1 1 Daniel*, rf .1 0 J i G a r a f l n l a c 3 0 0 Slill. 2 b 3 0 OTIrr.'alri. f 1 0 1 Txinan, II 3 0 1'Marinn. 2h . 1 1 0 Surkont. p 2 0 O.Strlrkl r i , » 4 0 2 aClarkion 1 0 O'Dlcklon. p .101 Cole, p 0 0 0 : TotaU SO 0 S Totala 2ft S 5 a~-Flled out for Surkont In H t h Jlmlon ... ... .. «» 000 000-0 Plmburih . . . oui 103 oux s K--Del Grero, !x)fnn. Slrlrklnnil RHI-Barllrom*. Klnrr, Brll 3. ?K-- Slrlrklanit 2 MR-KlniT. I1H1. 1)1' . Garncinla anil Mrrion. ({.irARlola, R t f l r k l a n i l anil Bartlronir; Marion. Strlrklanri and Rartlromfi, t: H u r k o n t . Ixiffan anil TnrMion. t.»fl-OoitAn s, Plltahurflh R nB--Dlrkiivn 2. Hurkonl 5. Cole I. BO--Dlckinn 5. Surkom 4. Coir 2 HO--flurknm 4 in 7; Coip i in I R * S-S. Col« n.». FMrkann 0-0 Wlnnar--Plckion i4't* Loer--Surkont '.1-5i tl--Plni»lli f n e r l . Jorda and Bo««tu. T-2 o«. A-I.4II. Total! 1 0 fl W r s t l a k r cf . 1 0 1 R r m i n K ' k . 3 0 O l l ' m - c l l r h A h r a i n i Ill-nil, c H V r k f i u ^ k l ^ C h u r c h p · K l i i i r p w r k ' N u x h n l l . p .VI S 7 Tolali 1 0 (] n (i o 20 1 1 a -- n a n for Ailrork in 9th b--Grounded nut lor H u w f l l In llh r--Popped out for Chun h in n t h New Vo/k . IKJII n:io noo-i C l n r l n n n l l . 000 200 MW--2 F. - M c M i l l a n . Hill Thom«un 2. Miicl- ler, M n n h n l l 2 211 -ElMoll. Muelli'r Ailrock. III! Tliuinuin. M n r i l i a l l S Wllllaina. F . M l n l t . l.n D I ' - M i i r - uliiill anil M r M l l l u i i l.rlt -NVw Yolk 12. C l n r l n n a l l n nil I'rrk'mol'l i rhlirrh !. N i K h n l l I. M r a r n .1 SO Perkuwikl 2. l l f a r o .'i l l f l - r r r k o w ^ k t I In ^ I n n l n f f l Itaced two h n l t e n lo «thi. C t u i r r h o in 3 N u x h a l l I In I R A K R - P e r X o w i k l 3-3. C h u r r h n-o N u x h a l l 0.0. llearn 2-2 Wlnnir- Haarn Loirr P e r k o w l k l .r,-1i U--Oo»ti. Daii-nh. Serory and W«r- n»»c T-- 2 M A-tn.044 ta Ike TIMEM--II pin. Smooth M a profcssional'i swing! Th«t'» Fire Brother]. Thii fine Kentucky Straight Bourbon it aged full 5 years for extra quality -- yet it costs no more than many good 4-year-old whitkics. Ask for it today! FULL 90 PROOF KENTUCKY ITRAIOHT iOUMON WHISKIY SOUR MASH · tO HOOF Medley Distilling .Company. Owcnshoro, Kentucky Ou*t4 *nd QfHr*t#t £*f/«uW/ by tht F/W M«M*y Brotbtn

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