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night as Tontilown lied with records of six wins and .Philadelphia -MV Pinch-hitter action started. . I h c n i n t h i n n i n g yesterday to give Prairei Grove edged ahead Mtm- '·'"? I'hiladelphili I'hil-i ,i'2-l vie f7 ,r'? h l,^ '""""j" 1 !';:*··,,'lory over Ihc SI. Louis Cardinals ', Phillies Split Twin-Bill, 1-2, 4-0 Pinch-hitter *-- - - . 1 From A's; Gain Ground In AL . li e PCA Cha '·h,' 1,, nf , Ijlanked the Phils in the second , game. 4-n Curl Simmons gained his f i f t h w i n of thc season in the first game on Nicholson's scratch hit which . . Bentonville and Siloam Springs .with S-4 records, are now ti'.-d wiTii Tontitown for second place Gentry, with a good batting club is in ·fifth place with an even 5-5 m a r k · - - - ........ Rogers brings up the rear w i t h no scored R a l p h C'aballero from third wins m 10 games. : The ha'es were loaded and there . Gentry continues to K';,r| ihe ' was one. out when ihe winning i .league in team balling w i t h a .2114 ri'n came in l ^^^^:a!,r- l vTMii nh is;s:?r ! B. Cox, of Gentry, and Reynolds. ·· TM n ° b '" Rnb( ' rts . tne l n s i n P P'lch of Siloam Springs, top the indi- . vidual batters with .5011 averages I Buddy Bloomfielci, Rns-.-rs I l i r h School's f i n e basketball pl;r t'r. anks third in bailing with a lusty ; sisic I h i n . c .442 mark. · The Siloam Spirngs learn j'p- cently gained strength with the addition of three Fayetteville players. Jim Sandor, Cp.rl Uraku ,-ihd Red Hoskins, all lop-notch \-ct- .erans of Ihe semi-pi o circuit in the western team. ! M^qin'^it j 0 ' li A special a t t r a c t i o n will be of- : Wcrlo. p o o o fered to baseball fans of the aioa ! H Rice, ir o n n ·J-'riday night. June 2(1. when t h e Schm:clt - P " " " Gentry team is host to the Baton I ? n ^fl cen ' RougL' Sporis. an all-star N p g i o -·-' ' club. The Sports have a f i n e col- ' lection of stars wi'.h a C u b a n shortstop that is being sought, bv several major league teams. PhiladefpEtia 2. St .LouEt 1 FIRST GAME ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA a! r h ah r li Hemiu. is ,T n 1 W n l t k u s . Ih 3 0 0 SVIipust. 2h 4 0 fl Ashhurn. cf 2 1 0 Mu';!,-:]. c f 4 1 3'H-mncr. as 4 0 2 Slantihter. rf 4 n 1-Ennls. If 4 0 1 I.nwrcy. !f ;·! o n i'Cnl)alIrro n l ft fil'viario. 3b 4 0 J'Joncs. .1b Jfortlpifw ATRan»«» w ^ | [SPORTS _ - - . - ^'W^M^s^O.^^4 MORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMES, rayetteville, Arkan.a., |1 Wednesday, June 18, 1952 m p i o n s h i p . ;,nrl one of i,. l h a t a lot .,, B r i ,|, n i n ( , u t of ,| |,j h ol M"M of I h . - l i i R nr Urii.4iiuMil c i i c u i l a r c l l h o u c h t'!cv had in m v i l e ('Iprn SPORTS ROUNDUP :t (I ti Wvroslck. rf .T 0 1 2 ( i o R v n n . 2b . 1 0 0 I 0 O'd.N'irholaon 1 0 I Maxim Figured To Take Measure tout Pelicans Beat Travelers To Stretch Lead a-- Struck out fnr Fiissrlman In I h -- G r o u n d e d out lor Mi-.Hl in I e-Scored lor Fnnls in Jth. d - S i n g l e d for R y a n in fllli Si I.n;ih ouo iinn nnt mo nno noi--2 : est K -Wcrlc H H I -- F n n i s . Sl.-iuch'.er icliolr.nn "n--J o n r -5. E n n i « . DP-Musial. Si«1rr and Hrnius Wcrlr and i Sislcr. L e f t -- S I Lout:; S. Philadelphia 1 7 BB-.Mizcll 3. Vcr'c i Simmons 1 SO--Mi/ell ,.., I S minons R HO--?.Ti/oll 4 in 7 itv \Vrrle 1 in 11,: Prcchccn I in 0 Werle I'-'-.li l'-n-i--'nii. Secorj-. Warncke. (ioplz T~?:29. SECOND GAME St Louis Oiio I'!' 1 011-4 I ' h i b d e l p h i a nno noo nnn_o : B.-ittrncs- n r n T l e i W P . Yul I Ilioc: Hohorts lU'j. Hcintz:lni.ii Burgcps. ! By GAYLE TALBOT New Vork-yPj-Fights bclween good men in d i f f e r e n t weight cli- e visions always arc inlriBUiiie,. The - lone coming up Monday night he- i. ilwc-on Joey .Maxim, the 175-pound i- c h a m p i o n , and Sugar Ray robin- son, boss of the IGO-pounders. is -t (providing thc game w i t h the great- tonic it has had .since Joe Chic.ifo-t.l'.-Thc I ' h i c . i c . ' i ' ·So\. shu'A'ir.x s.^ns o! ftie and husl!c I l i a ! m a d e !hr:i (art se.-iMin, U'oii a hmo, .; ward v c s t e / d a y w i t h a dn o v e r thp P h i l . l d c l p h i . i .· l.'l-l and 2 - 1 . M a n a g e r C a u l [llch.ud r e c m t l y d c - c l a i r d ih.u l Ynrlt Y a n k e e '.earn - :i:. h e c o u l d n ' t f i g u r e - o u t h n u t h e m , raw his tc.im p o l l :.i w . i h - · A s : t . r . . i t i o n in three, sanies of !he y.m/.i---. h r i n j o t e a c h The Tale Hose K . U I I O . I ;:n,ui.d on I n v / m K t h i n i l tile leaders in !,(·!. | t u i i r ' n . i m e r . ! I . e f t y H i l l y I ' j c m - an.! l i d i i - i W h i l e p!.,... h a n d e r M.irv G r K F ' . - n l i u i n - . l i n f r - n d i n g ch.-nni f i n e p e r f o r m a n c e s lor the W h i l e . ' j h n l - n n d - c o l d Tigers Turn On Yanks For Extra-Inning Victory, 7-6 '.;n: i d i i n d ^ of ne. of t h e in t h e lieM. dinner Ihe Ch,mipif,'i wh Sox. Pierce h u r l e d :i ; i \ - ! i : : t c i - f his s e v e n t h -.vin ;nd (inss^in a l lowed seven s a f c l i ^ s in pi-.-king i;p h i s f o u r t h t r i u m p h . K d d i e Pobinson a n d M m n i e M i no^o were t h e big cui'.'i ;is C h i - cago ripped o f f '25 h i l s in the t w o games. ChicB-o 13, Fhll.HtlnM, 1 t r n d . i-.i'n l i k e B iii!i Sam I.ldVri M rvimil i/IVThe last plice Do. l r » : t Ti[c;ri t u r n e d on th,' f i r " p l a c e New V o i k Y a n k e e s I.is! nigh; foi a 7-fi victory. 1! look !he T i a e r j 11 I n n i n g s to t u i n t h n t r i r k t h e w i m i i n - i n n r e s u l t e d v hen Jim MrlJ.'.n.dfi. f o u r ! h Y a n k e e p i v h o r . h i ' ^ ; ! l S u i t : w i t h the bases load-.| !·, force in Ihe t a l l v . Don I . e n h . u d ' who had s i n g l e d , a d v a n c e d ',, I h b d nn a d o u b l e b v V i c Wer!/ G o l f e r s nnd an I n t e n t i o n a l pas- to U'.ih .'·lav n l Dropo. cross the p l a t e '.vi'h thc w i n n i n g l u n . D e t r o i t had t a k e n a fi I lo.,,| on a t w o - r u n homer by W r i t / JUKI a B r a n d k l a i n n i e r b v Pal M u l l i n o f f s t a r l r r *Uom M n r g i i n , but t i n - .inr.vi, Y a n k e e s battled hack and l i m i l v n g r u i n . Uol .| ,| 1P glimt . ,,,, M i r k e y M T , , , ] , . r l e h t h - i m u n g l-mncr. Frcd I l u t i h Inson, t h i r d Ti«-r pitcher, receive ,|r. who had fought Jersey Joe \Valcol! .1 three times and Jizzard Charles s l i v e time;, v.'ithout being knncl:cu ' ^ down, could g i v e Sugar a M-s'.cm- a l i " b e a t i n g a n d not be h u r t h i m self. , FIRST CAMK PHILADILPHIA CHICAGO al) , I h . cf ,l n n Fox. 2h I II I M'nnsn cf 4 n I ' M p l r . rf 1 0 1 Louis came out of the Golden Gloves nearly 20 years ago. This is something the experts can got t h e i r t e e t h into. It is the ins»: i showdown for t h a t large scgmeiu n * j o . Ihe f r a t e r n i t y which has long r '!" ns i c l a i m e d , with some seriousness, t h a t J h c great R o b i n s o n could hold his own w i t h thc big fellows if g i v e n '.he chance. 7.TTnlal. 1 C 4 0 0 Dome, c.'lark. rf 4 (i 0 Mii5i. I Hitche'k. 3h \ :i HSIrw.irl :i o fl Cur '!u 4 0 rpicrcr. 2 o II 0 n II' 1 I II 0 0 0 1 0 0 Ke!l. 2h AMrolh. c Kollncr. p Wnnhl. p K u r a h . ' p hSchrih Whether Robinson a c t u a l l y wanted to fight M a x i m is more d i f f i c u l t to say. He at least pretended not to and repeatedly accused his inana- - . .. gcr, George Gainfo-cl, of Iryin;; to T "'^ ! M_iJUVii«i» get him killed. Some fellows we a'-mi hom7~r'i~lor"wrir.lii "iT hold in high respect for their o-- Filed oui lor KUC«I in 0-h knowledge of Ihe inner workings j ';hil«rtelnhin ran nn ni ,nf the noble pastime say this v.'as' i. ; r"n", rh cock riTns'?TM! 13 '' " ;jur.t Hay's persuasive method o f ' nu'i--noWn«on'. M-i.i .1. MmoV'n. | gelling more money t h a n the o f f i - ! Mc ·ky O h v c i and C ' a r y M i d d l e c o t f n r a - · most of the a t t e n t i o n , the m u n , u i i r n I l K " r f i c l r l i s loaded w i l h l i l t l e - k n o w n c r e d i t ( o r I h e w n player-, who, can shoot n lound or t w o c , f R | p ; i t g o l f . And one round is a l l t h a t ' s needed to r l i m i i r t l e a f a v o r i f e on the f u s t d a y o f m a t c h p l a y . A ( t n - t h e :tli l . i t l e s of ( | U f i l i f y i n n . the (54 sur- v i v o r s K" i n t o i w o lli-hole r o u n d s of ' s u d d e n d e a t h " m a t c h play on Ki i d a y . From t h e r e on t h e m a t c l u r a r e over t h c m o i e conc l u s i v e 3lj-holc d i s t a n c e . M u t o f t e n t h a t ' s t o o l a l e f o r H'o j i a r s . Take the ia-17 PCA C h a m p i o n - ' b l t l e « J o i ' l i " ' 1 ' 1 ' for r x n m tilc. That v e a r Ben : nr "'-' Hogan. F,ohby Lockr.-, J o h n n y H u l la. Dick Melz, Tony P r n n n . ' j o h n - Browns Take Red Sox Into Tol Every mellow drop... TOP, KENTUCKY BOURBON .1.1 2: I I o ' 4 1 5 . .1 n i St. l.oui« -/i',- The St. Louis nrovns ripped t h r o u g h Ihc Bus-1 · Ion Red Sox l.-st night. 3-1. Held i 'or f i v e innings. I h e ' i ..i erupted for three hits and as m a n y r u n s In the s i x t h lo ! hand rookie Dick Brodowski hu . Revol'.a and Gone S.iraWn all i f i r s l defeat. bmded in one q u a i l e r of the m a t c h .' il '"SSl-raJ** 1 * 11 ' play d r a w . n.y n i g l i l f a l l . o n Friday ! _ "h r h I K.-irazcn and Met/, were the o n l y i ones of t h a t croup left ' ! ! Three years later. Snead. who | kiil'.'jb" | had won his second PGA t i t l e in v °lmor. rf i 11141), lost out to Eddie Burke in £,'"' n " e ' n '. r( the- sri-ond round a n d f i e f i n a l ' G r r n r n . ' i t was between C h a n d l e r Hurper, a rf ,1 1 l-Yiiiii Jl) 4 0 I'RIvr 'n J » 1 Nlr By The Associated Press . The boisterous Birmingham- ChatlanooKh series has ended with ... . , ... | a run on the scoring market and IU-trnm«il A!* EUinr : vvo!Rnls a f t c i Joey has worked h i s . Whatever the strategy bchin a pitcher who throws his bat in- ft QjOinOlDsl I n f i l l I hoci - v ovcr '" r " rounds or less. , Sugar's seemint: reluctance to stead of the ball. ' "'·""""·JJIWl lii|*J ! But it is a question which needed scrap a good man 15 pounds his Birmingham signed off the mclc · l o DI s c t l l c d. and il could prove a I senior, he has shown no signs of last night with a 13-7 victory lo I IJM-MI·«·· J J 0 terrific match. i worrying since he inked Ihc take thc four-game scries--three I iPVPInlin fl-1 This much is certain. M a x i m and ; papers. He has looked relaxed in 'games to one. The 2(1 runs scored, V I V I V I U I I U j T J j his wily manager. Doc Kearns, j his training camp nnd has declar- in most any other park besides! I craved to f i g h t the l i g h t e r man so : ed repeatedly t h a t , so far as he is Birmingham's Rickwood would be! nevpland-'/!VThe Washington bad that it hurt--and not entirely . concerned, this is just anolh«r considered quite a lot ; Senators nipped the faltering : because il represented a rich pay- ' fighl like all ine olhcrs before " But not necessarily in R i c k - ' r i o v c l a n d J n d i'ins. 4-3, last n i g h t . ' d a y . They wcj-e certain that Joey i it. ivood. That's where 77 runs have'TM.'' v '' in l c f l t h c N;lts two '" Int1 a ' been scored in the last four days. ! I l n l f ^'"^ "'" of lllc f i r s t div ']n a mid-April B i r m i n g h a m - C h a t - I ? '°"' b u l o n l y f l v c and a *' alf tanooga three-game series 64 runs i ?, an l°'\. ht ''""' t h e lracl ' n s New were seorert P ork ^ ankces. r- . 3h were scored. John McCall of the Birmingham pitching corps was tossed out of _ the game after he heaved his bat * at Chattanooga Pitcher Harry Per- covieh. The reason given was that Percovich had hit him with a pitched ball. Late in the game Don Grate was summoned from ' Chat'.anooca outfield to try hand at pitchinz. His output:, n u n' n ' cis . ss "Walked home one run and wild, wood, H pitched home another. · "»d':ctn. 2n Memphis ran up an imposing "12-7 victory over Mobile and looked far better than a cellar Tomis team. Mobile looked far \vorsc than a second ranked team is sup- hosed lo look. Ed McGhee homer- Yo the fe hi» ftTM Karl Rapp nnd Jai-kic Jensen collected five hits brlwrpn them and scored all the runs for the Senators. VL':-'hiti«ton 4, Cleveland 3 WASHINGTON CLEVELAND l h r h 1 ah r h · i n n Simpson, r f 2 1 1 4 2 n Roono. ss 5 2 1 ' n n n Rosen, ah s n \ 4 2 2 D n l i y . cf 5 0 3 3 fl '-' Reiser. If 3 0 0 H n I Frldlcv, ]f 0 0 0 4 n 0 Hilchcll. Jf 2 0 J 1 " I I-itr-r. 1! Bf ALLAH A. OOJHttl, «- Wriichl ft-4. Kurah 1-1 HHP--"iercc ( P h i M c y i W l n n T - P i » r n (T.ii l.nsrr-- K o t l n r r -,V7i. i: - M r ( . i n w n n . Papxrclla nnd M c K i n l r v T~-2-1fl StCOND CAM! P h l l a d o l p h i n d ] n oon (inn n--l 7 2 ChiraRo |i!H) ndlji'ifl i _ . ? 12 n nal(-ricn- Znlrtnk M.I't a n d T i n i u n Griss.mi |WP) ;inri l.ollnr Preacher Hurls Dodgers To Win Over Cubs, M Holy Cross Reigns As NCAA Baseball Champ Om,.ha-'/!'i-r.!cvcn rugged men from Holy Cross t o d a y ruled as champion;, of college 'baseball. W i t h I ' l l c h c i J i m O'Neill going Scr oiiRh. Tolall . 1 0 0 Mnr«h. 3 0 0 Marion I 0 OCo.n. · ] 0 0' I 0 01 o n 0' .11 I :T,lt.ll T. LOU It «b r h i n 0 3 I I I 0 0 1 1 0 ; 3 n o 4 I 1 t) 4 0 2 4 0 II 2 0 0 3 0 1 ' 2» 3 8 n--Grounded out for nrodowikl in Bin. " 0l " n ...100 000 WO--I j SI. Loilll 000 003 OOx- 3 I E--McU'Tmnll. BBI-Kcll. Johninn 2^ Kryliiiski 2H -Rlvrra. K r y h o i k i . S Hrodou-nkl I. Scurborolifh 'l. SO--ny : v . . K , , ,,.,,MK M'-ncrnion 2. r»i n 7. HO--McOermoli l l h l : r o u t e and w i n n i n g for thc ° '" - ' , Innlnev Brodow»kl 3 In 4',: j l h i i d l i m e i n I h e s i x - d a y t o u r n a - : ,\?Vr'Sin'.'-I \K-n^aS^, \ mi m. t h e ( rnsaocrs lasl n i i ^ h t de- ' ( D e U i n n i wp--Cuin 15-31; i.p--um- STILl ONIY $Q06$£86 · · PINT · ./I OT. 8-4 ._ ; do\v»ki in-n mc Ciricvc .nd H U--jl'ievrni.' SiVmrncri. onuchlck. 1--2.31. A -- l l , - OLD $TACC K1IIII7. Porffiold. p c SUOFra ' p - 0 n B'rnrdii . T O O A\.i] n 1 0 0 H«an. M I 5 Tolnls' 2b 2 0 1 Brooklyn' -(/Pi- Preacher R o e l u i n e d i n h i s f i r s t ton-.plete K D m e since May 18 ypsterday as he 37 : Winning!! C l r v e l a n d cd twice for i\lemphis and knock- ' Reiser. -H-nsen. Runnels. Milch. cd in W TMTM- 'n^. n aTd V K ? H;',»; ^ New Orleans landed T.itlle Rock . ! "'' si( ' r ' 'tunnels nnri vernon: with 8-1 ease to move two and a ! I0rntl V k '^ 1]( ,^ n ^ r "^ n ' I ^ tt :; waii ^ ln ^" half games in front of Mobile, r,. FViW 2. so-por'tcriitid "r "cHc'r Julius Boros' victory in the, was originally laid out for a par- USGA National Open golf tourna- ! five. However it remained a par ment was a popular one as Jar as i four. The tee shot was b l i n d to the professionals were concerned, i a narrow strip of f a i r w a y border- ,,:, r i' iU' T,'" ·', ' "' Thp general feeling being that- ( e d by an out-of-bounds'fcncc on i j V ' , h ° nrnn ;' l v " lodgers the game was better off with , , the right and dense woods on the ' T h c P-o/l l "" C , n new name getting into Ihe lime- left. And the f a i r w a y ran u p h i n i h i K pSri ' v i ?"' TM, V, light. "The Hawk" (as Hogan is j for some 230 yards before level- J h M t 0 u f h v b a ^ i n C To referred to by his pro contem- ing off " mn hy '""f " K '· h n m o poraries) is the greatest of the rh A ,, , · , ' *"" mMcA " 10 -nv, all agree. But they are ,ust as L 7^ SCC ° n , rt sho . t r T' r v. Cd . " ,:.-.j .,._. .... . . . _ . , . . , . . . . . wood or a long iron, both stints 1112 mo nm--j agreed that the best interests of ^"'"-j'i'l'e game w i l l be served with HDl-Vernon 3. n. o s · n'. i e gamc WI " Dc servett w l t h green was v i r t u a l l y surrounded ieii 21) some new stars coming a one to K, , · n i u n i i j a u i n i u n o e n -icnscn I bnuhten UD the scent. ?' V f ° Ur TM"TM.TMs traps. Only one which had to be hooked, and the green was v i r t u a l l y surrounded Here again homers were vital, l? _ D a l e Long, Frank Thomns and IJ 1 ^ ER "Norman Morton homered for the n-n. I-HP Pelicans. ' ' -Atlanta's heavy h i t l i n g . puny 012.' .pitching Crackers lost again, 3-fi to Nashville. After losing 11 in a row, winning a game and getting a postponement, A t l a n t a was unable to get started. Nashville had no d i f f i c u l t y at all. getting 18 hits and coasting ·home with Pete Mallnry t a k i n g good care of Atlanta. I--Por-.crficld 111 i n n i n R s : c in 2.; nobody else'll ever be able to write one." W i n n e r - Portcrhold ifi- 5'. Lnsrr--Fdlpr ir.-M. U-Honb. H u r - Passareiin. Sour. T-2:20. A-16.-1 Gene Sarazen, the old timer of the pro circuit, who won a Na- Homer Paces Bucs Past Giants, 6-4 New York-Wl-Gus Bell hil a bases-loaded home run in !ho seventh i n n i n g here last night as the Pittsburgh Pirates d e f e a t e d the New York G i a n t s , fl-2. Bell's payoff smash came w i t h the score tied M 2-2. Pittiburgh C. New York 2 UTTMURCH NEW YORK ah r h ' n'tirome. Ib 5 0 0 W i l l i a m s 2li C'pllone. 3h 4 1 2 1,0,-kman I h M'kovich. cf S 0 0 Thonnon. 3ti Kincr. If s 1 l Thompson cf Bell, rf J 2 3 Elliott. If M'C'loi.Kh. c, 4 0 0 Mllollrr. rf Monon. 2h 3 0 1 n n r k . si Sfckland. ss 4 1 t Weslruni c Main, p S 1 fi c.ri'Kii. p 'brighten up the scent. I .'. ,. ~ r 1 '- J and i ,, , ,, birdie was registered the first ,-,,,,. ' Heck, one pro exclaimed, of play out of 162 of the world's ms; | "everybody in the country's ,-,!- | best golfers. Lew Worsham took rc '" i v K° l a Ho 8»» Rolf book. And , a big eight on the hole in the last 7 (none out . if he keeps winninR all the time | day of play. And there were other holes almost as exacting. The way the course played It was a real test of golf. Good drives tionarOpcnin'ir)22'and"a'nothe'r7n wm _ i m "ortant. but long irons 1932. was a w f u l l y unhappy with certain of the aspects of the course. He specially disliked the l a l l bermuda grass that stood about two inches high around the ; A n r i it was w i ( h th( , p m t p r t h a ( Srcens ' | ttoros won the tourney. He used The greens were l i g h t n i n g fast : only 23 puts his f i n a l round which Roston-!VPi-VcrK'H»!'Iord t u r n - ' 1 "' i hard a n d U Uink a dp1i TM" ! ' rnran ^ 'hat he used only one putt in a srarklin? performance for I ' '" romp rlosc to t h p p i n from i on !2 " f *"· l f i holps he played, i around the edge. And to hack the , Actually he used less t h a n tha't as Bickford Pfiches Braves To Victory lo incre.'i.H 1 Iheir lc;uriic Ic.iH n\'cr tha New York Oiiints lo f o u r f u l l Ramcs ·r«oHyn |. CKIcnto 1 CHICAGO BROOKLYN ab r h 1 - ' - L Mik«i«. 2I and short irons bad to be just as good. Being expert with one was not nearly jtood cnoujjh. And the ' . Kondy. II) Ker'nski. rf Smallcy. an I.own. p Klip'stcin. n Brown Kelly, p hPramcsft Tofali 1 L' Mnrran. 4 'i I Hrt-sr. 1 0 0 I t f t h i n n o n :t n ii Mri(ir! ^! n o ii (VP.IIIPM.I i 3 (I I K u n l k i . rf .T n 0 S n i r l c r , f f 1 (I 0 HrirlKOS. I b n n fi I'nfkn. it 1 i) n RUC. p 1 fi n n n n i n n 3" 1 -1 Tn(,il- A $20'-° TIRE FOR ONLY OtDTIW :'i. 3 0 0 32 9 10 « -Fnultd nut b-Groundcd cri I h r - Boston Kravos y p s t e r d : i . i h ' . i r l i n e . t h e m p.i:;t the C i n c i n r . r t l i ! Hods. 5-1. The victory allowed Ihc ['.raves In r.iove intn :, lie fcr s i x t h plj'co w i l h the Phillies, \vho vire held to a s p l i t hv the r a r d i n n l s . CINCINNATI (OSTON al) r h nh r h ·\ri.-.nl~. -1h -1 0 :!..irthror. cf 4 1 ? n.i""n. Ji ^ o n -| hr.rpr. i f r, 0 o M:ir?^,Tll. rf 4 n : D i f l n i c r . ?h K ,-n\vski. !b 1 0 n (Jordon If Kd«arM-.. II I 0 n n:inirl. If U , ill r h . 1 0 1 . 5 0 ! 5 1 1 ·1 0 1 .1 0 1 4 0 I 3 o n 3 o n .lAbiv- H l l l l u M Totn!-; 1 3 0 . . . . ·I :i 'i II C n r a f . 11, :i 1 : Matlic-ii-n. 3 n C 0 1 l.oenn. ss n n n nu-kford, p 1 0 0 n 0 0 o .11 1 7'Tol.1l8 4 n n 4 ? ^ 0 0 0 4 0 1 I 1 0 0 4 l n 4 I 2 1 0 1 h.Tll out of deep, tough bermuda wns a n y t h i n g hut a delicate m a n r u v o r . The Squire complained at lencth on one hole--a par-three number--which he said bad rp- mnrod fmir "perfectly hit shots" to complete. he sank one lone one w i t h his putter frorn Severn] feot off tho Rreen. He was that confident of the club and it was working t h a t well. for Klippiicm in f!r! lUt for Kolly In D i n ChicaRO nw 100 0!«1 - 1 B r n o k l j n . 4rin nr.o DO); 3 K-- N'onp f m i -- R o h i r i ' o n ·' CMoi punella. F n r i l l n .1. M.tsu nr-^ HodCfs 2 2B-Mor«Ho Rci-f lloD'n- «on. Jrlfco,! l l n - M i k m . Hodri-i SI1 -- C a i n p a n c l l a D P - A I n r r a n nohin.on and H n d c r ^ Lcfl-chicneo 2 n r n n k l t n 2 BB-l.own 1. Kli|)ps-.»,,,' 2 Klipps'cm .T K r l l y . H fl * 4 H rj. J. '" ,,' m n . n f . k l i p p - . t f m n i K H I y 0 in .1 R A, KR -I.o'An 1-4 "Icln S-5. K c l l v 0-n R 0 ^ 1-1 SO- · Ro Jrrnnio "Dizxy" Dran U-.T; We watched Horos play ihe 10th I hole on his last round and wore i ipressed w i l h tho apparent c'in [oui -n'mn ,, £? " p "'"' "'« "ff I IMhS n a i l v . i»--i^ Goodrich Silvertown _ A K A W · 32 Total. 34 fl H'TYitnls 1 0 1 3fi 2 R in 9lh 010 noo SOO--6 ·'' t;pl ^' ( ' 002 onn oin--· i ( - r n ' v ( BBI--Merson"'!' l ' r '- ' Brl, 4 » n - | ^ h f - a--Slngli-d for Gregg Pitlnhureh Nrw York- Thomson 2. C a s l i R l m n t . ,,, ._ MiKMIrr HR-- Thomson. Bell S--Mn.n DP--Strickland. Morion and Harll- T nm ! '·'·fl--Pliuliumti 6. New York I£ nn-Main .1. Grogc 4. so-Mum 4 2-2 WT-- C.rrtB. "winner' Main n-"? IxiMr--GrtKg i n - l i u ^Jorda llnKKn.*; Pin«U and Enelcn. T-::27. A.-II.JI?' ird I I'-Tk i P e r k n w ; 0-0. H nr Church in filh Mn 000 010- 1 inn on.t i n x -- f ; I."Knn. H n u g s t a d l.'iv.tn 2. R i c k f o r d . r r n . l.na.-in. I f R -- r j o r I n OP--Crowe u n - ^".f-. n.llmcr a n d P i K m o r n n d Crouo ^ notion ri nil-H ck' r h n r o h l SO-Church 1. MO iniiiiiB-i. C h u r c h in 1 n K.n ·li 1-1 II.incii.id IIIU 1 I V r k o \ v 5 k i ·.lord -:-li I.«".cr ' »;.rlick. Gor- , M M , n i r UI/./A ufitii was on : j'"pii:.-M-a v/iin i n o apparent c f i n - h.ind to do Ihc broadcasting of the ( f i d e n c c he had in h i m s e l f . The h n h I n n r n a m e n ! and he was a bi K . is an extremely Ircacherous one i i m i w l f . \\P ,.,,,,,,, .,,,,,. , . . , f a v o r i t e w i t h t h e crowd. H e d i d ! w i ! " d i t c h e s r u n n i n g t h r o i i K h l h c ' - ' ' n d shook h a n d s wi-'h'hii'i l i ' " his radio work from the shado of i f a i r w a y , the left side of the f a i r - I ' b a n k e d us in a \o,' v J. '. , a bis tree by the I f l l h Rrren. When ! wn .v bordered hy a deep and un- I h u m b l e m a n n e r Ho -rd 'ho " · he showed up on the afternoon of j c ompromisini! ditch and Ihc sreon ' played tho bey. he could -,n I I"-Ihe f i n a l s there were about 5,000 ' f ^ a r d e d by trees, w a t e r a n d traps. lucky to v/in. " ''"' folks crowded around the fireen. I A l r ) n C tf(1 shot on thc hole I It w a s n ' t h u r t i n '·-·as a (ramble, but Poros h.,,,,, Pr i j f ,.||ow ,,",,« -oro '"" " ^·ay. j u s t escaping thc r o u g h . ' h i m win He is · he pm was set lo the extreme I'lCnt. b e h i n d I h e o v e r h . i n c i n ^ Thc f a n s asked for a speech and '. niz7.v stated t h a t he couldn't cause |' so m a n v pooplo m a d e him n e r v - l , ous . "This is worse t h a n h a v i n ' Ihom ha-os loaded." bo m u t t e r e d . "And I know, 'cause I been there." ·-o h.ippy I., rc:,i nice W-.lil The NniihAvnorl eourse, touch at. hesl, was u n b e l i e v a b l y rucced. There w e r e two or Ihree weak holes which were marie h a r d e r by the narrow f a i r w a y s , h a r d weens, deep much and the a'ldi- E v t r y '.ournan.i j c - i d c n t s t h a i ci- ( . ...K I . H I I a n n on :no « , n o t h a t o f - ' o r course ,,, , KTod a w a t e r h a z a r d l.elr.w ihe sevens ,,,,( 0 , R h : side of tho croon. .\ hu., ,.xp,,,. ; o . f o r , h ( , )pc , ", , o. r e l a t i v e l y c a y y - t n - a p p r o a r h - t o M a r t v Flircol .·'- gioen l a y n n I h o l e f t side. ' " · ' ' - ' l^rns scarcely p.l; ( co.i at n 1( , green in seleclmi! Ins d n l , a n , j h i i i i n c II.c h a l l f o r I h o p m . H o Rave nn thought of i lay OR safo !he We n:,,.-,,!,,.,,. Boys Club Weekly Card - SDBAR-FREE liIUnCanBe! f.inlin.ils our tr; Mr.Vair ,,,, hu eight on Ihe lc,, !I: , , » i ; lion of imp,. Twenly t r a p s wore ami'^v'ngTsouc^o'^T "'" "^^"^' '^'m.d '"hn added ,o .ho course in preparation i'ta^an'or'noth'^ n ' c'mS ' TM%« h " "«» "'« » ' ' for tho big event; the rniigh w a s ' l h e shnl "" thc n "ad and h ^ u y o r i allowod to grow six inches high: : ,,,', !, . ·' i ' 1 yards from -.vhr-n- n proons woro hand walerod lo , . , ' "nee years 3 pro Horns have Mopped. V.'h.ic ,. h.,.l,,,..,-,· before won a -.ournn- j came u, reM w,/ , ', i -. ment. lie cracked through in Ihc ' I ,. w ,,],..,,i :, ,, , . 3H and 4 n yards in m a n v ^^ j \"TM% » »'TM «» -" "- .-1-. a,,*^',? ,'£ u "^' : ; "-' ="· ·""«-'·'»""'. p'i 111 ;.^,!!::,K/z; 1 " on new car* SPECIAL SALE ENDS JULY 7 MMO.US fOR OUAUTV TOR4! K4BS 6:70-15 List Pric« SALE PRICE TM*TM*Wt* OUHfi * "" °' C«**6£ Frlgidoire hand w.tlorort In , Itrcp frnni /icttinK soft; tho f;iir- u-.'ivs were n n n owed lo between 7() w i t h almost no snlilrntllun ' v n i f l i i g e . ···li i» Ihi; p.m. llis name Is ex- h , , n f v , n lnt nf A i k ; , i i - n l for I!,,. !,, imes U c ·.;, son, of l . i t i l e six or eisht Cuhj: V . Giants vs. Cardinals. . .. ' " · · · ' · iiHCK in r\i' r.nc ; j-r'sr^i^rs ^^^^ M ^ ta - hv Ihc t j m « )hr | nur , r« ' ' n)! , n ,\ ·i-: |iri.|,!i. v,-i-rc r i . a i n i - n l . A n i i . n i ! : U ' - l c \ ' c l l l n i i l!o. h. ,md , i b . , i i i i he l . i t l h ; l t . , . - k ! To/I I i . u i a t h , H o i k C n i i i i i i v ' . Of PI Ilnrart'l. K r o r i f y . "f Tox , r . i n a . · young fellow :,,,,,, p.nc PHONE 35 19 NORTH BLOCK ST. B F Goodrich B.FGoodrich FIRST IN RUBIER

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