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Brosch, Hogan Lead National Open ' Dallas-f/h-Bespectacled, balding* Al Brosch is quite f a m i l i a r with one-day sensations in golf. He has been one; he has played scc- ond-tiddle to others; lie's soon them Hash to the front and dis- · appear into obscurity. Brosch, 40, a, teaching pro from Garden City. N. Y.. who phiys only on part of the winter tour and in , a few major events each year, held that sometimes enviable position after shooting an opening Yonks' Morgan Shuts Out Detroit, 3-0 Simr* (From The Associated Press) 4 The New Y. rk Yankees tlghten- ; ed their hold on the American j j League lead as young Tom Mor- | ' Ban tame up with a fine three-hit , i shutout in yesterday's Yankee ,, ; Stadium finale, to heat Detroit round of 68 in the 52nd National j 3-0. I Open Goll Championship yester-1 ,.' , u ,· . , , I d g y ' * It was the first complete game i That wss one of two sub-par ? f thc ypar f o r Mor San. His pitch- | rounds manufactured by the field I VS ws backed up by Hank of 162 in the first day of play on I Bauer's seventh homer and three the heat-blanketed Northwood j straight hits by rookie Bob Cerv Course. Ben Hogan, the d e f e n d i n g ! as the Yanks ran their win string champion and winner of three Na- to six tiona! Open titles in his last three! attempts, had a 69. Culling Of Olympic Prospects Will Start At Berkeley Today SPORTS Three Fire 70's The Yanks' first test of their j second Western swing won't be Three others, all in the middle j lon *» delayed. They bump into the or past-middle ago bracket, fired I Indians tonight, opening a four- even par 70's._ They were Sam flame scries. Allie Reynolds (7-3), who has turned in 10 straight complete games, faces Mike Gar- 1 Snead, one of the three top favorites in pre-tournament reckoning; Horton Smith, 44, the PGA president who is playing in his 21st National Open, and Dick Me!?,, who retired last year to run a ranch and returned to tournament gulf. None of the others could buck the combination of 94-de^ree heat, strong winds and the pressure of playing in a national championship before a huge opening-nay crowd estimated at 12,000. But Ihere were enough of them in the 71 and 72 scoring bracket threaten Brosch's lead. He's Sean It Before But Brosch, who celebrates his 16th wedding anniversary today, doesn't intend to let t h a t happen. He has seen it too often brfore. Long known as one of the game's smoothest swingers, a player who might win a lot o* money if he chose to follow the tournament trail, Brosch never has finished better than sixth in the open. It was in 1951, too, that Brosch had a round of 60 in the Trxas Opdn at San Antonio and couldn't win that tournament either. cia ,(8-3) in the big battle. Hew Ynrk 3. Detroit 0 DETROIT HEW YORK ab r h ! ab r h Hatflcld. 3b -l 0 I'Mantle. cf 4 0 1 P«ky, SB 2 0 0:RizzutO, ss 4 0 Oi Bauer, rf 3 0 HBerra, c 0 0 O'M'D'gald. 3b 4 0 O'Marlin. 2b 4 0 OSCcrv. If 3 0 1 Collins. Ib 3 fl n Morgan, p 2 0 0 . 0 n o 1 o n' 0 0 0 ' 30 0 3 Totals Berkeley. Calif.-f/Pi-Cnliinc thc field from which the L'nitrH SIMPS Olympic track tram will bo chosen starts today w i t h preliminaries i:i the X n f i n n a l Callc-^iatc A t h l e t i c Association championships. The first six U.S. citizens in each event here q u a l i f y for t h e (From The Associated Prrss) final Olympic tryouts in Lop A n - Righthander Sid Hudson, ac- fides J u n e 27-2B, alonj; w i t h six quired from Washington Tuesday, | from the National A A U cluui)- made a success of his debut and j pionships and first place winners kept the Boston Red Sox in pace \ and a scattering of .seconds in thc HudsonDebut Whips Browns NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayetteville, Arkansas,Friday, June 13, 1952 Tour Issues In Steel Dispute, Murray Asserts Union Shop Only Part Of Trouble, Soys CIO CiVef Lookit! Dropn. i b Went, rf bSnuchock I.onb.ardt. If Mapes, of Ginsberg, c Pritldy. 2b Wight, p Trucks, p to ' n M u l l i n i White, p i Totals 8th. a-- Flied out for Truck* in b-- Ran for \\Vrtz in 9fh Detroit . ..... ..... oon non ooo-- o New York ...... . 101 000 1 0x-- 3 E-- Wlpht. .McDougald. RBI--Baucr 2. 2R-- Ginsberg, Bauer, Martin, Cerv. 3B-- Morgan. HR-- Bauer. SB--Pesky. UP-- Priddy. Pcskv and Dropo; Martin. find Collins. Lrft-- Detroit 6. New York fi. BB-- White 2. Morgan 3. SO-- Wight 1 X Trucksl, White I .Morgan 2 HO-Wight 11 in G inninps (pitched to two batters in Tth); Truck"; 0 in J ; White 0 in 1. R ER-- W i n h t 3-3. Trucks (1-0. White 0-0 WP-- Trucks. Winner-- MnTK.nn 12-3). Loser-- Wight (?-3 U-Passarella. Pnoarclla. Hurley, Hobb. T --2:02. A- -10.504. with the high f l y i n g Yanks HS ho gained a 7-5 decision over thc St. Louis Browns yesterday. Hudson nccried relief help frnm 4 o 6, young Ivan Dclock in the n i n t h to " subdue the enraged Browns. The soothing Browns played the game under protest because player-manager M a r t y Marion had been suspended indefinitely because of Wednesday's argument with the umpire. Hoot Evcrs' home run and two doubles by Billy Goodman led the attack on loser Duana Pilletk 1 , first of three Brownie pitchers. 3 i 2 3 o i 4 o i 3 0 2 3 1 1 Allie Slugs Pels \ Y oung Cards To 3-2 Win; Little \whipCubsln Rock Downs Barons Pitcher Duel By The Associated Press Bill Sleep, R newcomer from BOSTON ·Mlon 7, SLLoutl S ·T. Leu It ab r hi ab r h ' Young. 2 b S O S'DiMafigio, c f 5 1 1 Michnda, 3h 5 0 1 Piersnll rf 3 1 0 ' Dclsinjr. If n i l Evrrs. If .1 1 * i j 0 0 Kcll. Hb 4 0 ] | 5 1 2:Lipon, ."ib 0 0 i) 2 0 n Stephen.-:, ss 4 0 U . Schmees, If Nlcman. rf Courtney, c Moss, c K'yhoskf. I b Rivera, c DeM'stri. ss bWright Marsh, ss Pilettc. p «Goldsb'ry Madison, p cUyrk Mahoncy, p Totals 3 1 iGoodi 4 n I Lppcin. H 2 2 White. . 3 0 0 Hudson. 1 n 1 Delock. 0 0 0 2 0 1 ' i n n 0 n o- 1 n 0' 0 0 0 ' ,19 5 12 Totals Ib 4 2 2 3 n 1 4 1 2 n 1 ] 0 0 1 ) 3 7 10 all service meet, "Our ma ten;) I this year Is a t ! as good, if not better t h a n ! ever." said B r u t u s Hamilton o f ! California, head Olympic conch, j "However, the world level is | better ton. In some events t h e i Europeans are catching up w i t h ! us. But in others we arc approach- i ing them Find I hope that at llel- j sinki we can score in the distances I and possibly also in the hammer j and the hnp, step and jump." Cards Hit New High In 15-10 Win Over Bums P i t t - b i n i M u i l . - . y of inp ni'lf · l i. i ;,MM is Mil day Murr;iv. vho. ,,!· sli-ct v . u ^ - n t i c i ' i t i cnnir ;i p o l i l i r t l f ' n j very I v i i r o d I M ^ r j o i n t str:ifei:v r r - r s i n K x i r r u l t v p Rn;mt ; ry C n m m l l t e e I "I do n n t prod" 1 I n n p the s t r u g g l e ' last." f . - t r i k ( - ) w i l l T ., , , ,. _ ' u i i i uii_^[j, n ncvt L u n i t r r J I U M I i ":. In ho power-laden .New Or-; Slult t d d h j ,, hi p,. *anc linpim fiair Allin hac Vinon : , . . . . .". . _ K _ . - * j a--Filed out for Pillelte in Tth h--Singlrri for DeMaestri in fith. c--Grounded out for Madison in sth St. Louis _ _ . . D O O 100 IMO--S Boston 102 200 l i x -7 E--DeMaestri 2, Goodman. Michaels, Evera 2. FBI--Kell2, Evcra 2. White, (From T The St. it three out leat STRIKEOUT STORY-^-Brislol's Ron Necciai struck put 27 Welch. Va.. batters in nine innings in the Class D Appalachian League to earn himself a "night" and promotion to a circuit of higher clasei- fiication. This ran the incredible 19-year-old, six-foot five-inch Pittsburgh farm hand's total to 77 strikeouts in 32 innings, (NBA) three out of Jour over t l i e ! f~* / / A f ^ ' j l aguo-lcading Brooklyn Dodders j \jOlT 1 ttlG ! hen they hit a new high for the ' leans lineup, Gair Allie has been : dcbut as he hurlcd , he Boys Q ^ , j,p_st c ,,hens;' Lepcio. and .Good: «bout as functional store Indian, But last ? cl|tal '! Cardinals to a .1-2 victory over the night t h e ; Boy ,. c]!;b Cuhs in a , jght pltch . rifle-armed shortstop turned slug- | cr , s ' dlu ,j i n ' l h e , irst at the RCT at the correct spot and pro- ,.,,,,, p l a v f i c l d VMlcrday . vided the runs which stretched. _ ' " , .; .. ,, ,. . the Pelicans' Southern Association! lead to a game and a h a l f . ' Allie, a .236 hitter, lashed a homer oft Chattanooca's Al Rima j with two mates aboard to give I Roth "Baby" Morse, Cardinal shortstop, and Gavel Boggis second baseman got 2 for 3 of! of j JJTM'- j^T^!?,?/ losing pitcher George Lewis. Jim- | ] C y p ' soar" Mcci my Watson played bang-up wallop, a deep drive into left field, handed Norm Morton his inth triumph of the year against two losses. The runnerup Mobile Bears surged 'back to trounce Nashville 11-4, in the second game of their twin bill after the Vois copped the opener 3-1. A t l a n t a lost its New Orleans a 3-2 victory. The Same at Second base for the losers. Dick Boles, a transplanted outfielder, looked better at ' his new third base position. Bobby j Thomas, also moved from thc outfield, was improved at shortstop. j In the second game Ronnie i Jones collected two singles and a triple fnr three trips to the plate --Stephens. Lepcio and Goodman: Youngi DcMaestri and Kryhoski: De- Mucjtrl. Ylun? nnd Kryhoski. Lefl-- St. Louii 9, Boston 7. BB--Pilletle 4. Madiion 1. SO--Hudion 4. Mahoncy I HO--Pillette 6 in G: Madison n in 1: Mahoney 4 In 1: Hudson 12 in R 2 i: Dclork 0 In ',. R i EH-- Pillrttc 5-3. Madison 1-0. Mahoncy 1-1. Hudson 5-3, Delock p-0. HBP-Hudson (Dolslng, R l « n. Winnpr--Hudson to (5-11. U--McKln- i-an. T--2 1» A--5.650. eighth straight, bowing to Mem. phis fi-5 and Little Rock handed the Eirminpham Barons their f i f t h set-back in n row 3-2. Little Hock climbed into sixth place over faltering BinninKham as Hal Simpson drove in two decisive runs. Tom O'Brien homer- ed for the losers. The Rocks handed Bill Kennedy his t h i r d defeat against five vic-torics. Winning pitcher John Weiss nnno.xeil liis third success. He hns been beaten twice. to lead the Indians to a 7-3 victory Tribe Blasts Senators 7-4 season in both hits Jinrl runs t o , ' fiain a 15-10 victory over the Na-.j tional League leaders. Tlie loss cut the Brooks' lead over idle New York to Ihrcoanrt- one-half Rnmcs. The Giants' gamo ', With thc thermometer hovering around 07. the Cards and Brooks staged a rrnl knork-down-drag- out brawl. Prr-acher Hoe, with his 5-0 record, was knocked out in the first and Gerry Stale; Cubs Stagger Phillies 3-1 From The Associated Press The Cleveland Indians blasted Frank "Spec" Shea off the mound ! with a six-run barrage in thc third ; R 1 ,^? was routed in the third. Bill Wcrle was the eventual winner over Clem Labinc ns a total of 35 hits were collected off nine pitchers. Roe blew a 4-0 lead in thc stormy first that saw such ordinarily faultless players as Enos Slaughter, Stan Musial and Red Schoendienst commit errors. Gil Hodges hit fwo limners and Del Rice one in the 3-hour 3- minutc struggle. (By The Associated Press) The Chicago Cubs' homer-hit- | l i n g outfielder H a n k Sauer c o u l d ' manage hut a single run batted in 9-3, I w i t h a routine fly as the third- i SI. Louis is, Brooklyn 10 BROOKLYN ST. LOUIS Morgan. ,tb .1 1 2: H - - P[ , S ss K, , the Yankees. Roper Ramey | inning that featured Pete Reiser's i Robinson. :b 5 i over was the winning pitcher, Jimmy i three-run homer, and went on to Watson thc loser. | defeat Washington 7-4 yesterday. Bobby Feller, who had lost his , , ·, George Lewis looked Rood on first for the Indians. For the Yankees, David Rushing was moved into the catcher's spot and j vernon's homer, a pair of doubles showed improvement. Kenneth j by P( , t( , Runnels, and three singles last two starts, went the route j w i t h a ID-hitter including Mickey i -,, ... u _ -, J...U1-- Rohanan did a nice job at third, White Sox Sack Fiohts Last (By The Associated Press) Minneapolis ·-- Charles Riley, T30, St. Louis, outpointed Tommy Salem, 127, Cleveland, 8. Clark In Final Round Bristol, Ensfl.inclH.'3'j - Straight Clark, Los Angel PS. moved i n t o semi-final round of West of England Championships yesterday. EVERYTHING IN and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE ila. 2b Majeskl. 3h From The Associated Press Dohy. cf Thc ChieaRo White Sox un; Jg} fcehre "j flf leashed a 14-hit attack topped by Easter! ]b a p a i r of triples by Chico Carres- . {Jjjjjf 1 " qup] and a two-run homer by Feller, p Sherman Lollar yesterday to boa' j the Philadolphia Athletics 10-4 | and move into fourth place in the American League. ; The Sox moved ahead of the j Totals W a s h i n g t o n Senators, who lost 7-4 to second-place Cleveland. Chicapo took a 3-0 lead in the second as Lollar belted a homer w i t h two on. An infield out and pitcher Marv Grissom's safety accounted for the other tally. . by Mickey Gasso. The Indians stood just a half Rame hack of the Yankees today. Cl*v«l»nd 7. Washington 4 CtlV!L.*.Nt WASHINGTON »b r h 1 Simpson, rf 4 1 ?'Yo5t, 3b · - " 5 1 JlCampos, If 4 1 2 Jensen, rF 5 0 0 Vcrnon. Ib 1 0 0 Runnels, si 3 2 11 Wood, cf 4 fl 9 Raker, 2b 4 0 0 Grasso. c 4 1 " Shpfl. p 2 1 fUnhnson, p I .iRapp Hnyncs, p IbCoan IMasterson. p IcHorlcrlcin (Fcrrifk. p i 7 ll'Totals ab r h runs, ss 5 .1 .1 H i r n s t . 2b C I 2 ... - stal. cf S 1 ] C'pnnella. c 5 \ SiSIniiRhtcr. rf 4 2 2 Pafko, ]f ,T 2 ,1 I-ovvrey. If .T 3 li Knidt-r. rf 5 2 2,Gl.ivi;ino. 3b 4 I 2 Untiles, Hi 4 2 S'SisIt-r. I b 423 Ktinllo. r f 4 fl n D. Rice, c 5 2 .1 Roc. p 1 0 0 Slolry. p 1 fl 0 Blark. p 0 0 0 Criminn. p (t I) (I I.abinc, p I 0 (i cJohnson ] n n KiiiR. p l 0 (TWcrlc, p 2 0 0 P'dbiplan, p n (I n, nnrirlgr* 1 fl 0 Hchmiiz. p 0 0 0: b Williams I (I U Totals 42 ID li Totals 0 15 I B Podbielan in 0 0 fl 1 o n o o n i n n o o n 36 4 J O a--Walked for Johnson in 4 t h . b--Struck out for Haynes In 7th. c--Lined to Avila for Mnslnrson in Rih. Clevpland . ... 0% 010 DOO-7 Avila. Boise r S. \Vood 2. Easter. Vrr- n--Grounded out fo 7lh. a h ' r h i b~Groundr'I ntit for Schmil/. in 9 t h . 1 i, , i c--Flied out for C r i m i n n in 4th £ J, 1 i Brooklyn 40^ no mi:;--10 4 U I I St. Louis 4111 503 l l x - - 1 5 7 . ! E--Slaughter, Musial. Schoendien:t 2 i * ! 2. Furillo. Werle. RBI-Robinion, Paf- V : r ! ko. F u r i l l o 2. Hodgus 4. Canipanulla. I i , ' Musial. Slaughter 2. I.owrey. Siilcr 2. 3 n ·» i Glavinno 2. D Hlrp n. !Iemui 2. i n * Schoendicnat. 2B---Lowrcy 2 , Hcmiis n n n ] 2, Glavinno, D. Rice. Schocndionst, O O P Hodge*. Robinson. .IB-Musial. H R -- . . . Hodges 2. D. Rice. »I--Morgan. RoD.n- =on anil Hodges; Robinjtr.n. Ri-cit- ami Hodgps; Glavinno. Srhornrticnst ;nnl Sisler; litmus. Srhorndirnst ;intf Sisler; U'erle. Ilenius and Sislcr !,·!!-- Brooklyn 8. Si Ixms 0 liu filack 3. I.abfne 4. Sohmltx 1, Stalcy 2. Crimian 1. SO--Blaok 1, C r i n u a n 1. Wtrlu 1. HO--ROP -1 in j i n n i n g s ; niack 2 i ] ' , I i 5-: Chicaro 10. Philadelphia 4 PHILADELPHIA SUPER! CHICAGO ab r h" Fox. 2b 6 0 1'Jonst, SK Minoso. If ;i 0 n Fain. I b Mole, rf 5 0 0 Phillpy, c( Robinson. I b 4 2 2 Clark. If l-ollar. c 4 3 2 Thomas. If (Triune?. 3h 5 3 3 Valo. rf rolrnvin. r f 5 1 1 K r l l . ? b "'rsqurl. ss .S 1 4 Bcvun, 3h ^ns-om. p 2 0 1 Tipton. c Stobbs, p 2 0 0 Kcllnpr. p IFou-ler. p iScheib, p Totals 41 i n 14 Totals jib rh 4 n 1 4 1 3 . . . . non. Baker. 2B -- R u n n e l s 2. Simpson, Easter. SB--Wood. HR-- Reiser. V c- nr.n. S-- Fc-ller. nP--Majcski. A v i l a **d Easier: Vrrnon. (nnassistcrli. LP.** -Cleveland 7. W a s h i n R l n n 9 BB-- Sheft 1. Feller 4. Haynes 2. Masirrson 1. SO , -Shea 1. Johnson 1. H.iynes 1. Fellor 3 1 0 ' 2. Maslerson 3, Ferrirk I. HO-- Shea 2 1 2 - 0 In 2'i i n n i n R s : Johnson 1 i n Pi. 1 0 0 Havnes 3 in 3: Mailrr^on n in 1. Fer- 4 1 1 rirk 1 in 1 R A- ER-Shrn fi-B. FHUr 4 0 1 4-4. Haynrs 1-1 W i n n e r -- Frllcr m-4i Loser -- Shpa (3 2» U -- Berry. Hono- ehirk. Duffy. Rommel. T 2.21 A - 8.3S3 paid-- LartiP* 3.035. I.ahini- 4 in ng 4 in '_".,: Pndbiplan r. ?, in ?.: Stalcy fi m 2 A: EH -KOc 1-4. Hlark K i n R 3-3. Podbiolan ·2. Stalcy 6-£. Criin:an . W i n n e r -- W r r l c 1 - 1 1 1:5."i t;- -GnpliL-imo, Stewart. T--3 03. A -- 4 0 0 3 0 2 2 0 n 0 0 0 2 0 I 33 4 11 Okildl* Shaving Cr«ara conlaftw L«lh»r- ·rrutfng n*w Ingredient thtt ThiraKo 030 004 30ft--in P h i l a r t p l p h i n .. 000 400 000-- 4 I E-CarracqiiPl 2, Fox. Kell. RBI-! I.ollnr 2. Grissnnt. Carras- 1 qucl 5. Fnx. C l n r k . Bovnn, Tipton. 2B -- Fain. Kov. nobi^snn. 3D--Carrasqi-ol 2 H R -- L n l l n r ST1--Vain Brvan. ^~ i StohM DP--Flnrlricuez. fox and Robinson 2: r a r r a s q u H , Fox and Robinson 2 L c f t - C h i m p o P. Philadflphin 6 BB-Gr^soin 2. KtobhsS, Kellncr 3, C U I i Fowler 1. SO Kellncr 2. Grissom 1, \A Mlirh ! Ktnhhs 1 HO-OnsMim 7 in 4 innings; rfW IMUVII I stn |, hl 4 in ,1 K p l l n e r R in V,; Fow- Srhrib 2 in ', R A ER--.1 Stnbb^ 0-0. K t l l n r r 7-7. )-:i Srhrih it-fl Wmnpr»-,Stnbhfl L o s p r -- K f l l n c r ifi-6). U - G r i o v e . , Stcvrns nnd Suinniprs. T--2:39. A-- Makes Shaving Easier! Try It Today! 1^1 ·CU cr»im dry ing on yout DU «b«*el Say goodby* t* «rt»trt that dri»a and c*liof. *« ihn ***y w.y-lh. Child*' L.ih., way. Buy * tub* lodtyl Women Get Into Motorcycle Act Belmnnt, Ciilif. - 0?j - Women molorcyrle riders w i l l compote in rcRuIation races at the Belmont Speedwny June 21. They w i l l contest for $500 in pri/.o ninney. The feminine ryelists w i l l ride the same distances rnnte.Med by men, rnnginf; from one tn S^ miles. The Belmont oval is a quarter-mile dirt track. 50 Overseas Players In London Net Event . · 0-0. Rcti , 1-1. Werle 3-3 , Loser-- Gore. Conlan. \ 15.f.'J4. Boston Staggers Pittsburgh, 11. 2 From The Associated Press Jim t i e t l o p i l r h f - d one-hit b a l l fnr c-u'.iit relief innir-t's a f t e r ie;ii;icii]^ .Inhn:-nn with t'.'.'n j u n s in ,'ind r.nhridy out in iho j r r - nnd n/; Ror.lon v.-lnj-ped P i t t s b u r g h , 11-2. y p p t e r f i r t y . Paul Ilurn.s h r t m n i r - r f t l .-) linnier, double Ji'itl Iv.'f, Mns.;lr.', In lir:'. r in nix Boston r u n s nnd har.;; n ir-cond loss on Joe ,%inir. Cotton U. pitUburgh 2 BOSTON PITTSBURGH Jethrnr. Thirpe. rf rf . ... I b I;iniPls'. If ClMrkson. 3b Hnrr':v c S i M i . 2h h :t i fi n'tiu r, ·. ? M kn I i n ( rh. ii ;.! r h i n t\ p'.nre ("uh-t dc er.t^d lhe? Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 at Chicago yesterday. It was t'ic Cubs' 15lh victory in their last 19 games. Warri'ii Ilack- cr, netting his .second starting chance, won his fourth with a five-hitter. Robin Hobr-rts gave up all 11 hits before yielding to Jim Konstanty. Toby AtwclJ's double and Hacker's single knocked home the other scores. Del Ennis' f i f t h homer gave the Phils their run. u'ticn lie ;-."iL'l it i.-; Iti-, (.'irpftxr t, "rarrv out yniir tn.-inri.'i'.f ;n^f !h^ : r n i i n r l n t p of t l i r \u*\ r - j t i v r n l l n n " rrl nt tho iinifin'. 1 ! r n n v r n l i n n l:rt May which nrficH j ( ^ ^ ' M r - i ' i - ' n t ' hjisccl on rotViniincrr'l.'itkii!'; fif (hr- Wni^f Kt.'ibili/.i'itinn Ilnfird Thn WSH rccnnnnrndr'l n 28- crnl linnrly raise fnr s t f d w n r k c r s · now r;irnlnf; an ;ivcr;)j»o of bc- twcen Sl.Otl .ind S2 an hnur and n!so callod fur a union shop. Lists Incurs Mtirr»y lii.tod these l?suf-s SB ' blocking a f i n a l scttlrrnont: 1. Tho stcrl indtistiy'j; insistence ; on a niana^oniciH ci;iupe in any ' new contract. M u r r a y raid sucli ' ;i claus* 1 . !prinini: rriaii-'iRfinf'nt'f. · rights, would allow companion tn ' hiuni-h ppncdur.'-. 2. Thc f|ii":tion of i.rnionty. M u r r a y r.nid IT. R. Strnl Corpnrn- , j linn wanted a l l rcniorily questions ; | resolved to ila s n t i s f a r t i n n . : Ki Dorado, Aik.-C/Pt-EI Dorado i 3. Incrntivo pnv. Tho lahor rhief will boast the 1952 women's Rolf : declared II. S. Slrel Orpnrniinn champion again this year regard-i ' n!so *nslsleti on 1(5 vcr-sinn of in- . less of who wins thc f i n a l match | ccntlvo. i today betwuen Mrs. Gordon Per- · The union shop. Murray Mid ' rin and Miss Hetty Rushing. j the Industry f n l r d y Rave out the Mr*. Perrin. three times w i n - j impression t h a t the union shop is | ner of the state woman's nmatcur i t f ) c nnl ' issue. He cnllod t h a t "a ' tournament and defending cham- I Plain unadullc-rated he." : Ridlrulea Fxcciitivn I Tlut he dfsrussotl the union shop 1 at great length arid ridiculed statements of steel executives t h a t their opposition is based on principle. He Enid thev already had Granted a union shop to SO per cent of USW members. Referring to the Korean situation, M u r r a y flcrl.'ired there is no that the boys in Korea PERHAPS HE'S exagperatlng a bit, bin Sgt. Kd Fgrrflr gives you ani itl^n of thc Gl'fl feelings about the new B'-rvSco pay raise M he fan* nut his firet higher pay In Newj · York. The new pay meant 4 pcf cent more bnae pay, 14 per c*nt; '. more allowance. fInternationalJ\ Sure Of Women's pion this year, and Miss Hushing, both of El Dorado, fought t h e i r way into lhe f i n a l s yesterday at the El Dorado Country Club. Mrs. Perrin defeated Mrs. William Camcrer, Little Hock's city title holder, 3 and 2, and Miss Hushing downed a former jitatc champion, Mrs. Carle Robbins of Fort Smith, 8 and 8. Mrs. Perrin is favored to cop her fourth title. But In two prcvl- I wi " *· provided the equipment Chictrco 3. Philadelphia I PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO n b r h' ah r Tl A s h h u r n , cl 3 « 0 Mihsfg, 2b \ n 1 Hamner. s s 4 0 L A d d i s . r f 4 1 3 Jones. .Ib 4 II 0 IJ'inaiiBkl it '.i 1 2 BurKfM. c 2 0 n.Sauc-r If 4 o n bCanallero n 0 0 Atwcll. c 4 0 ^ Ennis. If 4 1 2 Kondy. Ih 4 0 0 Wyr'Elek. rf 3 0 2 Serenri. .11) 3 0 0 Ityan. 2b 3 0 0 Snr-illey. El 3 1 2 cNiclmlaon 1 0 0 Mnckci. p 3 0 1 Brown. Ih 3 0 0 Roberts, p I (Ml aMnyo 1 0 0 K ' n a t a n t y , p 0 0 fl Totals 23 1 5 Totals ous tourney meetings between the two Oil City sharpshootf-rs, they'v broken even with n victory each. ! Television Plan Gets Landslide NCAA 32 3 11 in 8th. n-- Popped lip fnr R o b e r t a h-- Han for Hiirfirss in 9th c-- Popped up fur R y a n In 3th. Philadelphia . . 000 100 o«o-- 1 Chicago , 100 00] JOX- 3 E-- Nonn. RUI~Snucr, Ennis, Atu-ell, Ifarker. 2B-- Miksl^, Alwcll. Sniallry. HR -- Ennls. DP-- Serena and Fnndy: Ashburn. Hamner and Jones: Ilurcrss nnd Jones. Left-- Philadelphia G. Chl- caj?o (i FIB- Hneker, 4. SO- Roberis 2. 1IO-- Roberts I I in 7 i n n i n g * . Kon- ·lanty 0 in 1 It At ER-Robc'rH .V3, I t a t - h c r 1-1 HBP-- ILicker i R o b i - t t s t R n h e r t t ( H e r n i . i n n k n . W i n n e r -- Mncl-r-r M - l i . l.nstT-- Hftberls l7-4i U-- Billan- f n n t . liarllrk. Clormnn nntl Donate. Ill T-- 2:06. A-- ' B c t u a l i 9 . H . Chicago - W) - By a landslide vote of rfl. r ) to 1ft, members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association hnve stamped their approval on the 19. r )2 NCAA football television program. Thc plan, announced Juno 3. rails for tclovising om; major college game n;itinn.illy each Saturday from September 20 through November 29. The program also they need." M u r r a y opened his hnur long address to newsmen in an almost unprecedented move by hi* union. Upon finishing his report on us of union-Industry negotiations. newsmen were hustled out of the hotel ballroom meeting room. Win Over Prairie Grove The Fayetteville American legion junior team, fresh from n .1-4 victory over Prairie Grove, takes on a tough O/ark team at the Fair Grounds at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The Ozark nine were finalists at the state tournament last year. The locals collected five runs for includes telecasts on Thanksgivinc · seven hits and committed one Day, November 27, and on Friday j error in their victory over Prairie iiiRhts or Sundays. | Grove. The w i n n i n g pitcher. Bill Bogati, Have up six hits. Prairie Grove committed two errors. Ho- Tlie same college may not appear more than once on the TV network. BLACK BEAUTY--Alfred C. i Glasswtll U dwarfed braue thc record 1025-pound black martin he caught off Cabo Blanco, Peru, one of the prize !«,.CWA) , Hear 1 . "HOY Al HIAMM AIM "$UfH.«OYAl" i ··OUT PINIIN ·k ·Ol»IN PINIM it-Mr urutN Mtmitt DIXIE RADIO Advrrtim- In the TIMES--It nui. struck out six. Prairie Grove's Swi-.-ini'y. the losing pitcher, ! :4rui-k out three. : litt How They Stand (By The Associalrd Prrss) NATIONAL I.EAf.UF. ! W L P r t . , .IS 14 .?]·) : Brooklyn Nov.- York Chicnso St. I.ouis Cincinnati Roslon Why take less when you can W ___^^^__ i t / / / /" _j^**" .11 32 27 2!) 2!) 4 1 Thursday's K r j u l t i i f a ^ o 3 Plnlndc-lphin 1 St. I.onis IS Hroiklyn 10 Boston I I P i t t s b u r g h 2 Nov. York at Cincinnati, iostponcd r n i n AMERICAS' Nov. 1 York . . _ - - Clcvrland .. Chiron ·l n i DM t',i n it n Kjnrr. u \ i n 2 1 HHI. r l 4 1 5 :· 4 ;nr.lRH,M o : f) r. n 5 Mi-tuin. I'll :i n 4 n :· Si r k l . i n r t , \n .1 0 Philadelphia . . . . . 2 St. l.oins . 2 fVlro!l . . 1 Thursday's Itrsults 'i o i | New York 3 i J c l i o i t 0 Clpvol:iinl 7 W m . l i i l i K l Ho: Ion 7 St. l.oui:; !, Chic.'iKo 10 P h i l a d e l p h i l.F.AOrK V.' 1, 18 21 K 2f, 30 r,c Prt. .B09 .185 .sin .·Ifi? : .·»:H · .;D-I ii . Hurrlcac. p o IP n MM 4 0 (I M ,ir I.MIIH i. SOVTIIERN ASSOCIATION Tolnli .17 II n Tdi.ih n- (Jrnundcfi t,ut lur M I 0 f) ' P I 'I " i » n ' Now Orlt.'.'ins Iln F T,oi:.'in. Txndon-fyp)-Ten Austr.'ilians »nH spvcn Americans nre .'tmonj! t h o TiU overseas t r n n i s players fnu-rfd in the IjOndon C'fjurls championships stnrtini! Monday n t ; Cumeioii', Hiu'n.'r, suit"x"tima, QllPen's Clllh in West K c n s i r i K t o n i : " '·»"«!,.1.,. l l m r u MR - l l u i r i i Frank ScdRman ami Ken Me- "" r TM, ^ ^".,",""''· i,^"""" GrefiOr Of Allitralin, .^efll-d lo mill TorK,-r,n Mrr.,,1, a'n.l M, meet in tho f i n a l s , expen t h e i r . fiVf-Ni^n"^"i.u'r'i" ^'.m""^'! greatest opposition tn mrne (rom ·'. n.inicin- i Mum .1. M u n i r r r 2. i.»- Tony Trahert of C i n r l n n a l l , Vic JIJJJJJJ \ ",',',, ""hni'i.n's"!'''"! %''"" Seixns of Philddolphln and tne m .1',. M i m « r r ' i m"i ' n n M r i i r ' i ' m South A f r i c a n , Kric Stureess j * M l n 2 '" '· I.-I'MIM"- ' in 4 n A, ^ ft I FR -.tnhn«on 2 - ^ nnr,lr1lp fi-n Millr 1.1-3. Mmn .1-X MunKrr .1-.1, UPnlirn T. 2(i 25 ^B mu ' D'I, kl.iml. Si.II N.vh'.illr- . l.lltlc Itnck HirminKli.ini Memphis ThurMUy'ft Rp Momphis f. A l.ililc Ilnrk 3, New OliHH : N;i»hvillp :t^ .5B.1 I .'.lift '· 27 21 .·104 .1SH 3tt 2 ?-? W i n n e r Mmr ?.-2- i: ·ml I'ineiil. Iliirdr-tln H I · FnsH-n Jntili T-2 1'J A J.iri T H E O l D S U N N Y I R O O K C O M P A N Y . l O U I S V I U C . K I N T U C K

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