Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 17, 1952 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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»--*-MOtTMWBT ARKANSAS TIMIS, FtryeMovlla. Artano* Tootaay, Juno 17, 1MJ Musi'al Leading National Loop With .1 Mark New York-l/Pi-Stun Muslal, aim- Ing for hit lixth hatting rham- plonthip and his third jtraiahl crown, U back again in hi.* familiar cpnt IK thr National Letfus's leadlnj hitter with a mirk of .330. Corporations Give Millions To Charitable Institutions My SAM DAH'KON Sick Boy, Honoree Of TV Show, Has Happy Time As Performers Pay Him Honor ! nf monry--a* mopi m»n knnw. I And srrrfninjj Ihe nvi.M worthy-i anri saying "nn" without losing ifrlrnris--ran he * mnjor h*»ariafh* , -other "than f for many romnnniw. , have the niinie eiuh'unTii Auguri/ Corporate contributions f f i r ! rharitnble. health and educational purposes are estimated in run around ?,(\l\ million dollars a year! five times what It was 10 amlTf w?/eel ^"J-'^hl · CMffl1 - Okl »""''-Bohh.v Shaw, of the youngster', plight. But af- jansu-er to that problem, I'll shift ' ' lanm '-strlckcn youth, saw his U;r that, performers and well second," said Meyer.' P'""re flash on his television : wishers never mentioned the true flroai, \ve will | KTCTM last night and told his' story. i frl '" ris: _ ' They just urged Bohby to keep I 1 I. Although his average remained I '' the same over l;ie pas'. week. the'- v " r " """· St. Louis Cardinal outfielder; This means the nation's Jumped from fourth place into the top clot, displaces slumping Hank Sauer of Chicago. Sauer, who leads the league in home runt with IS and runs batted in with 8(1. lost 2B points and (kidded to tlxth place. In thf American Leagup l)attin« race Dom DIMagpio of Boston suffered an 11-point decline, but managed to retain the lead over Cieve- land'i Al Rosen. The little pro- How They Stand coj'por- New York Boston isw of !hr Red ............ ,, .332, with Rosen right on hli heels · t .330. The Indians third baseman, , however, continues to set the pace In runs batted in with 3fl and is tied for the lead In homers with Detroit's Walt Dropo and Vic Wertz. Each has sorked 11, Whltey IjiKkman of New York ·nd Brooklyn's Jackie Robinson follow Muslal In the National League bitting derby. Both are tied for second at .327. three-fourths of o,ie per cent of | Cleveland _ their profit before taxes. Even so, Chicago .... the federal income tax law leaves Washington loom for conlrlbullons to grow. |TM 1 «lelPhia The law permits deductions for Detroit donations up tn five per rent of · profit before tuxes. Al the pres-. enl rate of corpwMe pm-nin^s, this | five per cent could he arnunrt two I . HATinNit i n^tt* billion dollars. ' »*TIONAL LEAGUE But if she U. S. Trrasur AMERICAN LEAGUE W L .-..31 19 23 26 26 26 26 31 37 Pet. "Oee, lhat television everyone's Jnoks." The youth, who has hern given : three weeks In live hy physicians, I was watching nn hour-lone sho« i Monday's Renulti No games played. 32 -- 32 --.29 25 . . . . 2 2 25 . 1 7 r u I n s his chin up, and congratulated him on Ihe fine battle he ,w»§ waning. Bohhy has never been told the ,.,., . . ., , . doctors' have given up hope. Mrs. ,. 2n | dedicated to him. ^Thousands of ! Earl S h a w , the youngster's ..,1 ,_i L _ . . . . . mo ^ eri commented: lone such money donated for rhar- itabfe, health nnri educational purposes, in would the stockholders. And 'they have to be sold on the worthiness of ihe causes aided. More Contribution! Keen Increased contributions Jn the future ·-- and many businessmen concede that they will increase -will sprout from many reasons: I The growing needs of an increns- A trio of Chicago 'performers i'"' population and expanding so- hold down the next three positions. Rookie Toby Atwell Is fourth at cial program*, plus the nwelllng costs of operating chnriluble or- .32fi. followed by the Injured ganlrations; The increasing aware- Frankie Baumholti! »t .321 and | ness by businessmen of commun- Siuer at .318. Boston's Ocnrge Kell, who lias ben challenging the American League pact-Miters for the pnst few weeks. Is still' In contention with a third-place mark of .325. Eddie Robinson of Chicago holds down fourth at .316, followed by Detroit's Johnny Groth at .310. in Roy M. (Legs) Hawley, West Virginia University athletic director, was formerly a Kcout loathe St. Louis Cardinal* under Branch Rickey. U. S. military opei ·onnel and 21,000 tons of tnaloriaj to the Far Eait. Ity responsibility. And the shrinking of private fortunes (once the mainstay of charity) under income and Inheritance taxes, which make corporations Ihe main source tn which organizations can turn. Sonic companies meet the problem of how to give by setting up foundations for the purpose. Others set up annual contribution budgets. Anrt some take the burden off Ihe shoulders uf lop executives by netting up a committee of officials with a full-time executive secretary. This committee submits a contribution budget annu- Hrooklvn New York ... Chicago W .37 -.34 . .34 St. Louis . Cincinnati .... _ 2.S Philadelphia . ..HLl'22 Boston . . . 22 Pittsburgh u Mondir'i Koulti · New York 8, St. I.ouis 7 Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh Only names scheduled. .582 .581 .527 .490 .458 .446 415 PC. .712 .654 .618 .491 .463 .423 .415 .254 Hher televiewers had been told, before Bobby's set was turned on, i was make thi« night the happiest in Bobby's life, they succeeded." Mrs Shaw said Bobby reacted just llkt any other normal 13- year-old would. Jay L. Jones, Tulsa's fire and police commissioner, made Bobby honorary fire and police chief and said he would bring the appropriate badges to his home during the week. "Heck, why don't they send her up with that badge," Bobby mused, pointing to a beautiful singer | sitting in the background. | Before the show, Bobby and his | friends had a preView of the Fourth of July, a holiday he is not expected to see. Mrs. Shaw said Bobby is looking forward to the inf. The show was sponsored Jointly 'by station KTOV and the Tulsa World. "If what they were trying to do Speaking Course To Be Given At Formington Farmington. Ark. - (Special) Charles n. Hansard, superintendent of the Farmington schools, announced today that a one-half unit course in the essentials of public speaking will be offered at the high school beginning June 26. The class will meet each Thursday evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock. It Is open to students in the upper charged. Registration will b* held at the school superintendent'* o f f i c e June 23 from 10 «. m, until 2 p. m. coming week, when all the pre»- | three grades who want to earn ent« he received will start irriv- extra credit. No lees will be DRESSING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT /romX/iy Dnumq Yw Mn» /*r Ttst-4 ttfon~-~ WONOEIttULLY DELICIOUS FAVOH/Tf GAPCe* SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W .''lew Orleans . 40 Mobile J'rt. ,r,97 .547 .531) .son .492 .407 .444 .375 DOUBLE EEN STAMPS Givtn Wcdntsday, Jun« 18 McKeehati's CENTER 18 E. CENTER Uek For thi Name OB the Gre*n Front. Groat Jumps From Campus To Pittsburgh Plttsburgh-(/P)-OonerHl Mnimger Branch Rickey, who keeps saying he dnein't like bonus players, has Just signed one of them to a Pittsburgh Pirate contract for a reputed $7,nOO plus. The prlr.e package is »hm-lalip Dick Oroat of Duke University nnd Swlssd»le, Pa. He signed Insl night and In reported to b« so Rood that there Is a chnnre lie may step Into the team's lineup agalUKt the New York Giants 'tonight nt the Polo Grounds. Some see him as the answer to Manager Billy Meyer's prayer for an Infield that really clicks. ")thers declare he is just one more tern in Rickey's accent-on-youth movement, which the leader says will find fruition In a first divl- *inn club in Ifllis. Oront is a lanky fl-fool, ifia- Kuinrl youngster with an infec- ious grin. He fields everything in ighl and balled .37.1 for Duke asl season. He Is as sensatlonnl n the basketball floor as on the diamond and was a cage all- Amor this year. Rickey said that .personally, -'ii like In jet Groat work with if team two or three days before e starts a game but that it will ? up to Meyrr. Meyer says he'll put Grnst »l I 3H Chattanooga 35 Nashville . . 32 Atlanta 31 Little Rock . 28 Birmingham 28 Memphis . 24 Monday's Result* Nashville at Atlanta, ppd, \vet grounds Chattanooga 4, Birmingham 3 Mobile 10. Memphis 3 Little Rock 7, New Orleans 6 Four major league pitchers have struck out four baiters in a single Inning. In ench case one of the batters reached first base on a third strike that eluded the! catcher. I Next Mrs. Rodney? IHIY IAY J«n« Ke«n (above) of Ihe »m»dy turn of Betty and Jane Kean. In stated to be next Mr«. Mickey Rooney. Sh« aald, "How c*n I five * wedding date when his .livorce dowm't become final until September?" (International 1 Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! McKMhcm'i Fabric Onttr II Call Ctnter Johnton'i Paint and Wallpaper llore 13 North Black 81. Hilton irot. DrlTe-ln rtirnllure llore Hwy. »1 Korlh Town Jt Campui MEN'I WEAR Ourk Theatre Bldf. Uncr |rw. HIM torn ·with SUe Square Fairway Oratory 411 N. Colin. 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