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Barnes Opposes Smart In First Round Of State Amateur North Little Rock, Ark ,-M'i -· Familiar laces led the field into ·stch play of fie 1152 Arkansas Amateur Col' Tournament at Sylvan Hills Country C'lu'n today. The hottest shooter as they bc- , gsn w h i t t l i n g clown the 32-ma.'i . .'championship f l i g h t was M a r t i n Tenney, 59-year-old L i t t l e Rock- ian playing in his 14th state meet. The lean, bespectacled Tenney. was medalist in yesterday's q u a l - ifying v.-ith a twu-undcr-par 69. Trai',. ; ng with 70? \vrre l e f t y fio-s Collins of Montirelln. who is gunning for his third consecutive championship, and Gene Keenoy, th; perennial contender from Tex- erkana. Former Champs Three form??- champions --Bub- -·fc3 Smart of Pine B l u f f , Vincent .Alison of Fort Smith and Johnny Jluziek of Jnnesboro--also are in the title feVamble. as is Paul Collum of El Dorado, w h n lost to Collins in Ihe 19"n ;md '51 finals. ICvcn Ihe youngsters in the top f l i g h t are well known to links followers. They include Ills two stale his;h school champions, Davis Love, Jr., of El Dorado, kingpin of the El? Six. and Ray Barnes, Fayettevillo's Class A Bolf ruler and n i l - r ' a t j bas-kctballer. The par-busters were scarce 3nd a 78 was good enough for the. last spot in the bracket. Nine en- t r a n t s q u a l i f i e d at 78 and staeed a sudden-death playoff this morning to see which one would corn- pet? in the championship division. ·The 14 shot-makers who carded 75 or better yesterday won berths on the amateur team which will play the state's pros in the Arkansas Cun matches next month. The other six spots on tile team were to bo filled today by a playoff among the eight 76 shooters. First-round pairinn. with qualifying scores: Kors Collins, Monticello (70) vs. Bob Millholland. Littls Rock ( 7 6 ) . John Bu.^ick. Jonesbcro ( 7 4 ) vs. Henry Tisdale, L i t t l e Rock 7 7 ) . Vincent Allison. Fort Smith ( 7 2 ) vs. Willie McCrotty, Little Rock (76). Don Cameron, Little Rock (75) v?. David Menkus, Little Rock (77). One Keency, Texarkana (7(1) Er*ktne Hurls No-Hitter At Cubs, 5-0 Snead-WorshamMatchGrabsPGASpotlight itmrf By The Associated PrrM The hoys who know baseball I best have been saying for some time i h n t \vhen Carl Erskir.e learned lo control ifie ball consistently he would be a great pitcher. SPORTS I-ouisville-f/Pl-Thp golf w o r l d . « mnod. relived The 25-year-old Bronk'vn risM n ' t h e most d r a m a t i c of champion- CU,-i.-k4- 7 mder from Anderson. Inri.. a n - ; s h i P P 1 ".TM'" "" la .' » s »TM Sncad. J M U f M £. hander from Anderson, Inri., apparently has learned lhat lesson. . If he hasn't there' were a lot of c n a m n i n i i f i h i p . people, including the C h i c a g o ' , C'uhp, b a d l y fooled yesterday as he faced only ?8 men while hold- ins Ihe Bruins hiiless for a 5-0, I Dodger victory, [ And the only t h i n s t h a t k r p t i today r h a m p i n n in thr PGA nroiinteiT'l Worrham in a f i r s t rnuml "Mid- rfpn dtath" m a t c h . As // C'hicacn-l/7'i-Bnbbv S h a n l / , the There's always drama in a play- ji.lRei-size l e f t v who c l i r r e n l l v off and the e x c i t e m e n t of t h a i m a n - t o - m a n encounter f i v e years Pitcher To "Knuckle * * * A's Ace Beats WMre Sox For *','#, //A Friday, jun* 20, 1952 *, Arkantat, « SPORTS ROUNDUP pitcher, liccess to a of the Chicaco White Sox i c t i r c d 1 27 Detroit Tigers in 1922 was a walk to opposing pitcher Willie Ramsdr.ll in the .third inning. i "The only man \vho couldn't '· ! have hit the ball out of the park j if I'd teed it up for him," said the I slim Dndger htirler. One Hit In 15 Ramsdell, who relieved Warren I Hacker in t'le second a f t e r the j league Ifaders had scored four i runs, has m?de only one hit in 16 I time;' at bat this season. "It was going to rain any minute," Carl explained. "I was trying to hurry it up. I threw four That was the time when Snead, t h e "his" golfer who never 1'as t a k e n the eii.'sive open t i t l e , and Wor:;ham. a his. eilRacinp fellow v *'·· ' .*· '-·.':!.--\' f - Ray Barnti * Keeney To Head AGA; Roy Wood : Named On Board North Little Rock-l/Pi-The Ar- ' kansas Golf p'ayer wo'ind up in a t i e al 282 a r l e r 72 holes at the St. Louis Country club. v Stroke B-nlnd Cominc to the I T I h sreen in the 13-hole playoff. Wnr.~ham was a stroke behind. Snead overshot the grcc'l end that's where the discussion started. As Simmy tells it, Wors^am st')od so close t h a t he , , . , , . . , . i "'?-· b r e a t h i n g in his ear and fast baUs in B hurry and just : p nr!)( , had lo ack Mm , 0 coulon I g,t them over | ,,,,,,, Ln ,,,.. w r s i o n js , ha , , ' ; Sure enough, ram started f a l l i n g ,,, or 15 ,,,, a , o n k i . a fsw minutes later and the game r a t l l a l l v anr] s ', ]v v-as held up for 45 minutes. B u t ; nm . ou? . A nwav. Snead ehi-..,eri Erskine csme bark ever stronger.; , TOnriv snr| m] ,; rr] h j Erskine Jtruck out just one C u o . ,,,,.,. ',,,,,, r n , a n d .... but only five halls \vere hit to th"! o u t f i e l d . Third baseman Bobby. credits must of his k n u c k l e hall. He pnvr t h e Chicago W h i t e Sox a look at his famous f l u t t e r . f l i n e y c s l ^ r r ' a v in the opener of a . double-header with the Philadel- j p h i a Milk-tics, heatinR them. 4-1. ! Shant?. a comparative speck . o n th" mound. Rained h i s l l t h ' s t r a i g h t victory and I 2 t h nf the season against only one d e f e a t . He is onlv .*) feet 7 inches tall nnd is list-id at 130 pounds, a weigh-in t h a t must have t a k e n place after he had eaten a steak and d r u n k three malted milks. In 1 fact. S h a n t / is so small to he a h!? leaptier l x a t three years «gn the story noes t h ? t he and another youth tried to £ain a r l m i t t s n c e ' a t Cleveland's M u n i c i p a l Stadium as hall players hut were refused by a · dis-believing gateman. Finally, a veteran player well Sarazen Selects Jones And Hagen win, 4.1 As Greatest Golfers Of All Time ChiraRo - f/P| - Philadelphia',: ! r » v i r T » I n/vr a m a / i n c l i t t l e Bnhby S h u n t ? ye-.- ' nAU.E TAI.HOT terday carded his I 2 l h win n f ' t h e I , N"v Wli-i/T'-lf Hen lloj-m season and l l t h in * t m v as the i''!"' "'."" ''" '"'"'I 1 ' Otmi 'T"" 1 A t h l e t l c s c.inerl » split w i t h the : p "" lsll! "' "'" V '"" M ] '* Vf pli "'"' ! Chicago W h i t e Sox. 4-1 nn'l 4-.V Shant? had tn pitch b r i l l i a n t l y to keep his mates in the same in the opener of the t w i n - b i l l an tne /same w»s tied at 1-1 as l a t e a? the end of the e i g h t h Inning. The C h i sox. in fact, gained only seven h i t s in t h e entii-e name. llnu-cvcr. Shant?. took m a t t e r s I n t o his own hsnds in t h e n i n t h , singling home two runs tn insure his own win. ; him \ - ' i ' i i : same r.'tTin ; .Inncs a n r i : would have ; fend our ci , Perhans it I- h e ^ i t t ' p u n urio.'i t h e ·i"'le;-!nl '.vil'l It'll)!)-. V.'.iher l!r,-rn .--nd hern urcM.-ircd tn /le- n v i r - t i o n w i t h l e r \ n r n- w e l l t h a t l v -e fjen-r- The Sox barfly won the second little compclltr.r failed to hrin" off. I Our f e e - i r i 3 v.-as- :.Mrl - I . I I i . t h a t On he-; u-in I n * t M i n n i i i . over more (;inr| gnUr-p: I 1 - ) ' ) K ; two qroat predecessor:, were ( a i l ' ed upon t' overmen" Morgan came up with two p r f a t slops ?nd throws. Short'/op Fee- wee Reese and second h a s r m a n Jackie Robinson also sparkled. And Erskine him'elf figured in six of the pntouts. Control Difl It "My control did it." said F.rskine Association's Board who had a lfi-12 record w i t h Ihe of Directors has named a new Doctors in 1951--his first f u l l president and picked the Texar- se??un in the majors, kana Country Club fo rthe 1953' "1 t h r e w a lot of curves and vs Bush SaWfi'cId Conwav (761 ' Slilte Amatcl "" Golf Tournament. fn rv fast ball. I had them h i l l i n g Ruck Tope. For' S-ilh (75) vs! i The lhirtl weekend in .lune is " Grsdy liolloway, Little Rock ( 7 7 ) . thne Permanent date for the tour- John Lanicr. Forrest City ( 7 4 ) ncv vs. Sam McKinnev, Fort Smith (77). Barney Osment. Jonesboro (7fi) vs. Merle Jones, Little Rock ( 7 7 ) . : Martin Tp.nney. L i t t l e Hock (60) i vs. Dr. Fred Gordy, Conway ( 7 G I . | Paul Denson, Little Rock ( 7 4 ) ! vs. Bill Bell. Pine Bluff (77). ; Paul Collum, El Dorado (73) vs. B:U Irving. Forrest City (7ri). ?Iolan Dodd. Little Rock (75) vs. · Lyle Huffer. Little Rock (77). i Buhha Smart, Pine Bluff (72) i vs. Ray Barnes, Fayettevllle : (76). R. L. Eberhart, Little Rock (75) vs. Tom Raney, Little Rock (7-7). Skip Davis. Little Rock ( 7 4 ) vs. Fred Michaels, Lake Village, ( 7 7 ) 76) Eugene Keeney, Texarkana, was named president to succeed Jack Robinson of Little Rock, who be- and Snead WPS--by an inch. Sam Misses Sam stepped up again and mlrsed his .ini 2 inch n u l l ; Worsham sank his from ?!)', inches and won the malch, f!9 to 70. "I wasn't t r y i n g to r a t t l e him." the pitch I wanted them to. My V.'nrsham insisted last night. "Hut control was so food, 1 didn't h a v e I knew if the one who p u l l r d first In , , game, despite « home run hv Mm- known tn the gateman came along nlf M i n n r n a n r l ,, lwo ·,, , and identified the pair a. Shantz ·,,,. H p r t n r RoriUwz . Th , A ., ,,,,,_ "". M I 0 " £* ', ,, , ' h i l lh " "'I"""', nine to six in the "My knuckle hall is my most ] Fnrnnrt aBm , effective pitch when It's working l FhllM»lphii «. ettit't* \ . . , well." says Shantz. who has a lit- ! rmur e«Mt had slopped short and he stenpped j tie hit of even-thins-a sn'aky ' ,* H ' L * Dei - PM '* CHICAGO up n u r r i e r l l v to try a g a ' n . As he | fast ball, a coori curve, a chance - · ' - ' · ' 5 ° ° up. Worsham ' of pace and a slider. , "When I broke Into organized KOjeree Ike G r a i n n e r measured , b a l l w i l h Lincoln of the Western ' K '"- put while even. On the 18th they were b o t h : · to the cup. Snead's long p u t t | bewail to l i n e it asked: "Are you sure ymfre I Leacue four years ago I was told to quit tryinc to throw a k n u c k - ler. Thev said it was ton much s t r a ' n on the arm for a young fel- lTM - ." ' i p,,",,^", Shant?. said he took the advice. ; chtc'm^) Me won I H fnr Lincoln t h a t year. it--Hoi F »'n. Ih : Phdlrv. rf , 7,-rn'iii. tf 1 Va»P. rf 1 T'ffrSr'k. 3b i Kelt. 3b : A^irnth. r Shinfr. p -'u-'rr. 2h rci'alu 3 " "* '''nx 'b I 4 " 0 Minoro c f * n n Mr if. rl 4 1 * Rob'rr-on. 'h 1 * 1 " "od'cvi-7. ah i 5 n n Mn-i. r t fl t flMfwan. li 3 4 1 2 r H r-u : ' n i 1 n 1 Prnwn. p 3 n n n M 4 :TO'«IP at n fi o · 1 1 n [i , n | n ft o n . 1 * · Kven R". and w i t h wnrnp t a i u f , wr a r e w i l l i n R In qb-irdnn the h n t t l p hni'nrp i t m i c h t I - ^ V P hp^un. Wp have hrrn r ^ ^ d i n ^ up on Joii"S and HTden in OPTIP Sar- az^nV linn!t " T h i r f v VrT r . nf Championship CJnlf," and the sqnirp ha^ swayeH u« There is « s n r n k ' n c forlim either Pnh- hy nr W n t l e r . civcn t'^ ad\'Mif^^e Hn^nn held n t t h e h*»'fway noinl at Dallas, would never have lei it .let n w a v . II serrn*: d ^ u h l ' u l t h a t l l n p ^ n resort to my change of pace. m?rie it. IHe other would have In which is my best pitch." i pet dnv.-n to tie. I wanted to be "It v.-as lo Fondy (Cubs' f i r s t j first if 1 rnild FO the baseman).." press tire Da\-is Lo\-e Jr., El Dorado vs. playoff winner. Reliefer Hurls Red Sox Past Brownies, Ml _ . recalled Roy Camna- would be on h i , , , comes a hoard member. nella. who v.-as on ihe r r c e i v i n R ' "Sam and 1 aro'nond friends hut Paul Collum. Ei Dorado, w a p ' m d of » no-hitter for Ihe first : I'm pninR to try tn beat the hell elected vice president, and Walter time in his Ifi years of baseball. · cm of h i m " Davi5. Little Kock, secretary- " He had a good slider find a *nnrl j Even if thorr's no hard foelinK curve apd a live fast ball that hop- | these two, the public P«^-" j vnn't be convinced. Tlicir mectinR The no-hitter, tho second in the is t'e one standout nf the 32 fjrs*- ma.inrs this sonson, marked t h e ; round Ift-hole matches and t h n ]i\ the Cubs had been held ppcnnd-rnund tussles t h a t follow nit less since Fred Toney of Cin- ' | c i n n a t i did it in I f l l T . The other ; 195!? nn-hitter was turned in by ; Detroit's Virgil Trucks against . War.hinston May 15. Broptr'vn ^. ChlcaR* B CMICAOR BROOKLYN i ah r h ^h r h Mik«i«. « 4 0 0 Morgfin. dfl'i. If . i n n KCCT. »t 4 2 2 rrm'sk 1 . rf n 0 0 Rohlnsnn. 2h .1 0 n ·jurr; Jf treasurer. Other Board members are \Vnl- I ter Ebel. Hot Springs; Roy Wood, Fa.vettevillc: E. G. Gcc. Blylhc- ' ville; Vcrnon JacUson, Little ROC'K; fi rp 't limr- Dick Carroll, Forrest City; and J. K. Woodlcy, Texarkana. Cards Beat Phils With Big Inning 3 0 n . . . y n OTurillo. r f Philadelphia-(/?)-The St Louis Fondy. ib 3 n o,?nlder. cf Cardinals pulled their favorite ' J^i. J2bh I' S K/lT' ,,' b cig i n n i n g act last night, srnring · Hnrkrr. p o o o Erskine. p R»nwHcii. p l o »' St.. Loulsi-OPi-The Bostc Sox finally downed the Browns, but it took a surprise · **· choice to rio it. The l B.-owns had won the first t - v n ! games of the three -same series wilh the Sox, Ivan Delork. a young ' pitcher, knocked out in h/ only ; previous big league slart. w e n t : the route for tho Bo?ox yesterday and h^lrIcd the Boston cluh to a 2-0 win over the St. Louis t e a m . . De!ock allowed only five scattered hits and may have won him-. srlf a starting berth w i t h ihe pUcher-poor Bsantowners. HP ha? hecn iifcd as a rslie'er most o f . the seapon. BOStrn ?, ST. Loult e BOSTON ST. LOUIS ah r h 1 ah r h DiMasgio. rf .1 1 1 Vn,m*. Th ;t o l . Goodman, ''h .T n 1 Rivera, cf 4 0 2 Maxv*]]. rf 3 fl 1 DcJs:nR. I f * 4 n 1 hll. ?b 4 1 2 Xtfm.-in. rf 3 n 1 \Vi : ?nn. If 4 o n KryhMki. ib 4 o n CcrnTt. Ih - 1 0 1 Johnson, r 1 n 0 I.ipon. »s 3 0 1 M*irrh ,1h ViMir-r. r 4 n 1 aZirilla D.MOCh, p 3 0 0 Mirnnrla. ss 1 \1ar;on. ss I Michaels. ,lh . htolrcmbr. p five times in the sixth to beat the .rhilartcjrhia Fhils. 0-4. Dmih!-; i h y Hal Hire and Red Srhoondi»nil, ' ! plus a triple by Cloyd Bnycr help- ' ,cd compile the hie frame. ' I Th^ Cards rompteri to t h e i r bi^ 1 ed?e over starter Howie r. ; *. and \ iexpcnrnred no particular trmmlc , i from relijf?rs Jim K n n s t a n t 27 ) n Total* .11 X 7 flifd out fnr Rams... 005 CM (ran- n 310 ooo oix-- 5 'mmcdintclv. Harrison Mfttalint It tikes the edtie off all others; nff yesterdny's par-hurn- ine activities o'*er ( thp sun-baked^n-yard Bitj Springs rotirsp -ind : off Dutch Harrison's stellar shoot- ' n n . ing lhat won the medal. Harrison, s c r a m b l i n g and suf- Terine at t'mcs. shot rounds of f7- 1 1 1 f i 9 -- l . l f l in capture the $250 J J J medalist's prizp a f t e r Snentl and ' 3 l 2 a hnlf-do7pn red hot bidders f a i l : 3 0 o ! ed. Former Open Champions I IJoyd Mancrum and Gary Midd!"- : U s 7 coff were amona those who bin 4 1 2 In lf49 he was a six F -«nmc wimv for the Athletics and hnri an 8-14 record the following senson. Last year he rnrved nn lfl-10 m a r k . "They were k n n r k i n g me around pretty pond early last season," ShnnU recalls. ",So 1 decided ] bad li rio something. 1 went bark tn the k n u c k l r r . Mr. Dykes ( M a n - acrr Jimmy Dykes nf the A's) told me to throw it if I had con; fidcnce in il." Dykes believes the best assets and supremo confidence, nf his 2(i-year-offl star are control Mathis Proving Good Manager am fd for Kf\\ in (Mh nn nni ft'in 00:1- nno oftf) 10.1-..1 1KUC7. Fnx. n n i -- F m i n . Mn«|. ! Aitroih, Slinnlr 2 _?B--V|i1n. fiB- « nR--Bro'.vn ? SO-Brnwn 1. Slutil/ I «. R A KH-- Shnnlr 1-1. nntwn 4-1 PB ' - Muni. Winn-T--Shun!*; H 2 - t i (,r»cr ; - B r n w n M - l i U -- M r K t n l r v . MrOfiwin. : tICOND flAME P h l l a d f l p h u n-.-n nno r a ~ 4 n i t'htcicn im -ni o--(--s fi n Bll'rrleiir Hfiop-r H. n . ''-71 mil Tin. , Dorinh find lxlldr. ' will t m v r nnnfMTVii-'i r l 'nr ; thr Open. And linn. 1-k? hi« j^~T^-.T-_t: - - . ......-..-,.._.... i Yankees Remain Hot As Reynolds Stops Tigers, 8-0 co at chief rivr.ip of t h e past drcade. Is crowding CX a n d nrxt VMT Th^y ar . :r. n u f r n r n t i n p a 3fl-hnle qualifying h-!.1 nn ihf !.vn days preceding thr Oprn tn LIkr Iho starch out of a « f i n « i i i n h t If i ( ir. in'trM, th^ ?nd of some - ··(·)rt of f-r.'i, t h ^ n \^.f rfsrfer may hp IntTrttpH m Sarazen'.i wtj- 11 r n a t n and r a n k i n g nf the playrrs » !i -* sffn in his long and brii- li.Tit Barret GPHP p l g r r s J^HPS and his ont- « t i n i p h i t t - r rival Hagen on an *b- r- t n l u t * * par. Th*y were, h« says, the - srcatest --Jnnos w i t h his four U.S. . Oppns. t h r r r B r i t i s h Opens, fiv« j V S. A m a t p u r s and one British - A r r a l p n r ; Has^n with his four i ; British Oprn5. two U.S. Opens and 1 fiv» PGA crowns. In h i n second group Sarazcn rain? p n u a t l y Ben Hogan. Simmy Sm'pd. Kyron Nelson, Tommy Ar- mniir, Francis Ouimet. J 1 m Rarn*s and Henry Cotton. S.-'ra/rn's third ?rnun contain* .limmy D c m a r *· t, MacDonsld S m i t h . Craig Wood, Denny Shute, Henry Pirard, Robhy Ixckf, Willie Mp-r.irlanr. Jock H u t c h i s o n , K;ilph G t t l d n h l , Johnny Farrell, rhi'-l: Kvans. Olin Dutra and Leo How They Stand By Tht Aiioc!tl*d 7rt» A M E R I C A N LEAGUE Late Redieg Rally Sinks Braves, 7-4 Boston -Wl- H a n k Erlwnrrtli picker! out nn nf rolirf pitcher Kheldnn .Jones' Ta.-l nnes for R thrfp-run hnmer in tho n i n t h inning Indt n i R h t In fh- r ""jhas .. Cm- - . | cinnati nr,;.". A 7-4 vir'-ry over ! the Boston Rraves. The RefU had pulled into n 4-4 tlf in the r i e l t i h . shelling starter Ernie Jnhn.ion from the hilt. ClfltlntinH T. MMlMi 4 CINCINNATI BORTON By Th.« Asioclnted Pirn chioig" . Brooklyn . p a fko. SB-B«s. J. I.ffl-Chlrapo I. Brooklyn .1. BB-- Bamsdell l. F.rskinc ror rrd , ,,,, lfir fi ,, t nine , RH jT^^e,?TM 1 ;^ failed nn thp ::rcond. j n(? re d hair and Tn thp pnd it S t n i ouiS ' TMn V HanSC ." and ' KOT I -' Cin ' tZei - i ': H0=55;^" h^r^n'i'ini^m,'- i Tod s y' K two 1S -hnle M. '-»"'S;rran i d1| , j n ,,^ ,, fc m _ H , P !wr 4 - i . i d u c e the field tn Ifi n II 3 I: I.OBirr--H.ckfr . h r h ah r h wart. Guglfelmo and Gnrt. T--l:4fl. 4 0 0 Wnitkus. Ib S I T --7732 .1 0 .1 Mayo, r t .1 I 0 I ' -- »-- ' 1 I Hamnrr. the end it was brnad- shouldered Harry Torid nf llall.T; who came in with a 66, best score of the day, to take second place at 13 round, m- ah r h' Adarm. ,1b fi 0 1 JHhro* rf Hilton. 2b 4 1 0 Thorp, rl Mirjhull. rf 4 0 1 Crovp J h K'lewnkl. Ih ^ 0 2 Gordon If hPilaf rlnl (1 I n Dflnlf U If Adcock. Ib 0 fl fl Cooper c Edwtriii. If 5 2 2 Dlllmi-r. 21, t'rmus. is K'dlrnst. 2b Mmia'. cf 4 l i Hamnrr. si 4 0 2 Slsu?M£r, r f 3 0 r P ur"e3r c a i l Sislrr. t h 4 0 1 Clark. If 1 1 ] Tnu-:vy. If 4 1 1 Wyrostfk, rf 4 0 R frlaviano. 3b 4 ? 1 ~y,-in. 2b n 0 1 Tt'cr. r 5 1 2 "-hVero, 3 b . T O O n"yf. p 4 1 2 hEnnls 1 n 0 p i o n ,,,· p 2 n 0 Johnson. 3b 0 0 0 ^onpt-nty. p 0 o 0 Pirates Giants, 8-1 ..... the abiding a b i l i t y to bait an umpire. ; That ho was n first rate ratcher, B'kowik'. if n o o M.lh.w ; t h r r p was no (inubt. That he was a i 5f- m J, J ' r , J ! S.i'°J' n ' ' ' mo,t unlikely possibility ever to K',?. kn '.' , r ,' J i i-%%TM . managp a baseball leam, there church, p t l 8 c si ci« re alsn was no ooubt. " ' ' ' " Today, Mathis' h a i r s t i l l is rpd. ' He still has a lemper but he keeps : il better. He'.l also still a good · catcher. And Mathis'--of alf pdoplp--Is doinq a great job of managing a Bonton learn. E--Dlttmfr. M«thr Red '' I o l' o o o J7 7 III! h r h 4 1 2 4 0 0 4 fl 0 I 0 0 I 0 0 4 o i I I .1 ! I . 1 0 2 n n o n o 0 I 0 0 .V 4 7 pride of Oklnhnm.i. h u r l e r l third 11)52 shutout and h l j straight complete Eamf yesterday as he pac-"d Ihe New York Yankee-, tn nn fi-n win m'er th» Hclro'l Tifiers. Reynolds' v i r t n r y v:as made easier by Yn?i Rcrrn'." pair nf homers and a Kinjz!p f o u r - b a r e iilo\v bv H o n k n.iuer. T h e Y u n k s Rrahhcrl t h e i r l l t h win in Ihcir las! n Kames by rockini( s t a r t e r Ted Oray and two reliefers for 12 bit-;. Cray now a record. Htw V.rk I. Oe'roit I N(W YORK «h r h 1 nirr.ulo. «. J I rlCulflrl'l. .If Collinv Ib .1 l TPMlcv M Bsu*r, rf B a 2 Mutlin. If 4 2 2 Wcr'r. r f 4 0 1'Dropo ih .1 n 1-OinrliiTc r 3 0 I'Crn-h. rf 2 I) 0 Prlddy. 2h I 0 n Grpy. p 1 ft O'siunrl. p 5 0 I .lohmon. p W L 33 20 .. ,, , . 3 - T 25 -.32 27 32 28 . 28 2fl ., 27 32 23 2t» . . . 1 8 39 Thuridsr'i Rviulti New York fl, Detroit n. Washington fi. Cleveland 3. P h i l a d e l p h i a 4-4, Chicago 1-5. lloiton 2, St. Louis 0. New YIM i;.. ; Chicago .. h I s WnJhincton I S t h ;St. Lnulf Philadelphia Pet. .«23 .560 .542 .533 .519 .458 .442 .316 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn _ _ _ 4 0 15 , , N e w York .15 20 7-0 mark and Reynolds an chlcaifo 34 24 -- J JSI. Louu 31 30 I Cincinnati 28 30 ! Philadelphia . ...23 33 'Bor.lon . . . . . E . . . 23 34 17 45 , Brrrr M f n t y . rf M'D'ialrt. .'li Martin. 2ti Cerv. If nWot.ftllmj Noren. If s o o 4 n i s fl o 2 0 (I 4 n n 3 0 0 4 n v 4 0 0 ' I 0 0 1 0 1 . 1 0 0 : 0 0 0 Pittsburgh Thursday'* Rttullt PitWmrgh 8, New York 1. Brooklyn 5. Chicago fl. C i n c i n n a t i 7. Boson 4. Si. Louis fl, Philadelphia 4. Pet. .727 J36 .m .108 .483 .411 .404 .274 SOUTHERN ASIOCIATIOH hiiorn ' o o o W L Pet. 31 o ; ; New Orleans 42 27 flAbrarns Smltn. p Totnln I-«lnfl«rl fnr church In tlh b--Ran for Klujuewiki In tth. c--GrmmdVr] out for Jonfl m ilh Cinrlnn«tl . . . 001 too oil- -7 011 002 000--t R B I -- M i l b i Toi»'« M " irro:n i »-(lr,,undM r.,,1 for Crrv Ir ·- : M ° hile h '.Valkrd for Johnion -n 3 li Ntw York :ni ro: Di-lrn:! 051 010 OW--0 A t l a n t a F~Peiky R8 l Mnr: ; n. Hern 4 n n u r r 2. Min'lr 2R..R.i?ii-n .m Cnlllnv H R - B . p n o o 3 3 4 3 * Slnp'ed fnr H m n -Hit into double play fo St. Louis' ........ oon 015 nno -- fi Phi'artflphia 012 031 non-- 4 t-- Sl.=!fr. RBI-- Cah-illrro Bur^e-.BOVET 2. Rice .1. Srhorndirnst. Wyro^ tok 2B--Wni!ku-. Uojrr. R'i r c Schoendicnrt r.B-Rovi-r. Hurress T)P -Hnvpr. Scho--or1 ; pns:. H»inin n n ^ Staler. Himntr. Ryan iind Wwilk'i-.. Schornd'ET)-- »nd Si^lfr^ H'-min. Frhornd ; en-t nnrl S:sltr. Le f l-- St New Ynrk-'/Pt-The Piltrbursh 'irates scored five times in a hectic third i n n i n g 10 defeat the New York Giants. 8-1. and d r o p ! ~^~" ' . tho New York club five Caballero · behind thp pacc-.sotting Dodgers. During the Bucaneer uprising j C lpveland-!/P,.ThP Wa=hin E lon plain umpire Babe Pinclli called Senators "-""n," Red Malhis. so the story goes 1 Cooper. lxi»m 2, llmion, Wcrfnkr'. r e l u c t a n l l y became acting m a n - £,,,""! 5-: E ' 1 ","''S- 3 u 2 "' J '' nrr ". ·icer of the n i r m i n g h s m Rarons TM r TM, sn^-iJIh·' CM' S*M' T/t ' Sunday wh-n n a t i v e son Al V i n - ' , -John.on. onimrr mid """,* \-,"l Win Over Tribe a Pitlsburph runner out, but reversed his de'^'on to rail him safe in a e!n?e plav st home plale. M a n a u e r Len OunK-her sloi'med over Totals 2 fl 0 1 n n n n n 2 o n 'PaiRf. p fl n 0 L 2 fi Totals 30 0 S r-- nirrl nut fnr Mnrsh In 7 t h . h--Pnpped out for Madison in Pth Boston .. ... 1M 001 001--2 St Louis . 000 000 000-0 E--Gornrrt RHI--Ket). Wilhcr 2B --Younz. Maxu-rll. Nicmin. Kcll. SB --Rivrra, DC!*, nc S--Gnorlman. DP - Yonnfi. Marion and Krjhoskl: Wilson anrl G nod man. Marion. Younc rnrt Kryhoski. Madison. Marlon nad Kryhoski I,o.'t--nn^to^ 7. St. I.ouis fi. BB-- Holcnmbn 3. Paige 1. DHnrk ^ SO-- Holcnrnhp 1,^on .1. Dolork V HO ' --Ifolcomh: 4 in 2S mninRp; Martisnn 2 in .V,. p-iipr- 2 in 1. R Xc ER-- Hnlcrmhf* 1-1, Paipp i-1. Midl^ri% fl-0. Dplock 0-0. \VP- Paif,p. Winn^r--Dr- (3-3) l ^ - r r ~ Holrnmhc (0-fii. U -- 'vc, Tloporhirk. -Stevens, Snni- 2K. A -- 3 " " 1 f) 0 I.ouiK 1?, Br'7 he '.vns nbyine the ^ame under Phiiatidph a B BB--Biyrr : protest from there nn. Kox 5. Konitaniy 2. SO- | Th P docirior '-np rhnncM. it V.-KS Bnvrr ?. Br-7 1 HO-Royer 7 in 7 i ,,, , . ,, , , ,, ,,,- ,, . ,,,, ,, m mninpE: 2 in 2: Fox s in .v,: ·· iMrncri. w h e n \\\* t H » d base um- K r n r n n ' y i in '-: Han^cn n in Ir · pire adviser! P i n r l l i I r a l th" G i a n t Hnn'Mlmin .1 i n - 2 R A: ER-Boypr r n t r h r r h^d dropped th" ball mom o n i a r i l v i n t a t r p i n R t h e n m n f r -Bovrr '.1-"'. I,o?«-r-- ' Kox i ] - f i i r G^ri?., Dascoli. Secory. · W a r n r k t . T-2:.l"i. A--7.7S1. I , : H H , r " n n o Campbell-Bell Romps Past Playlield, 24-2 C'amphell - Hell, co-champion w i t h K f J R l I ef last FeaFon'p city · o f l b a l l piay, K-' n e notice yesterday t h ? ' il "-il! he making a determined hid to retain its t i l l e thjf: year a= it romped over Harmon P l a y f i e i d . 21-2, in a pame played at Ine Veterans Hospital grounds. The d e p a r t m e n t More chili hans- erl out 2H h i t s and had advanlace nf eijtht Harmon Playdelder er- rorf. The H a r m o n team made only four hit. 1 -. j ^cored three rims in a v.'ild n i n t h - i n n i n R rally ycpterdav to sweep a three-rr;i, n 'e "set from Ihf Cleveland Indians, fi-.?. and . . . , . , "'''"d 'I" 1 Tril-c its. s i x t h slraicht Ihe dec'Sion and annoum-e'i jselbarl'. -"".I.NI The .\?ls hrok- a .1-3 rV-ull- k in the bst frame when A l Rosen, "r an a t t e m p t e d s i c i - f i c e hy Mickey Gras=". t h r e u - u - i l d in an a t t e m p t to force M e ] l|r.|rte r |ni n al s'-cond. Tl-e errant t o - s al'" i-e'i IJo'derlcin lo score and Gr.isso ei-'ied up nn t h i r d . F H d i e v^i t h o n jj n ) ,|^ r t r,,;,.^,, hon-e ar-l YOI-. rf.inn«d in w i t h l h s i v t h Senslor score , v hen M).-kev \'e r - T1 r.,, donMe-1. , r '" r '. v u ' l '"'i wnnt l-ie r o ' i t o f,,, '!,, l,,,li.,r,, ;,,,,,,..;,,,. ,., h ;.. act'nn that Pinclli had not .H HEW YOKK r h ah r .'i 1 ? Wll'i»ni'. ""^ i 4 1 " * orkman ih 4 · If ' 1 I Thi'p-or f f i n n vi^otl. If I I ^ Ifirk. ^t . Ih 1 o 0 p 4 .1 ^ I · "vars. r i-n«rn. p 1 I? unf y 'h*'m. 4 0 n 7. n n 1 n o n o n m l ;, : ? I v p-, S O " ! M ' V h H ! . I / I ] W i t h f ' m Or» tiro . 1 0 0 E,,V r I I .irrirtle tin f Boys Club Weekly Card June 21 S-fl:3fl Seniors Cuhs ^-s. Inrii»n« Glnnts vs. Cardinals. New Vnrk W til nil- 1 - - M f i k o v i r h :' o'ro-l i/Bfll. Giro- Vi . - M - M t l k n v ch TTI-'Onrif e'4. D°-- Wl'll*m« D«rk KM t.«ckm'n t ft 1 - pltt.irmrch fi. N^w Yirk 7 BP-cOirk- ^nn 2. .T«n-fn I. Wilht'm 1. Srt*nrrr 1 SO--Dlrk'rtn ''. .Innitn 4 V-'i 'if'm 2. Sp-nr^r 1 HO--.llns«n I In n in- ninrn. Wilbt'm l in 4: Spfnr^r !l in 3 n Ar ER--Dirkion 1-0. Jrnirn V.I i.e«T-jm«tn itt-it i)-*i»»in. r n «in. .TOM. .rul'Boitm T-2.11 A-4.S1I ** n n o P 4 0 1 37 I 14 To for Mltrh' for GnxRn K4n. 'ynn. n i l ) l n n fi rl-ll 4 1 * n 4 1 I J n i 4 n i .Ifi 1 l in »'h In 9th l ''·vr' nfji f,3 n 2flo . F - - w y n n . Rnpp. Roirn nMI- .Icn y-n. R u n n r ' f . V*rnon 2. M i l r h d l nnli\ V.rnon HII-.Rimnc'l. MIIPhMI no"v S--Av|]». Hrinn DP--romtii A v i l r -*-nn «. Mirnro i R t, F R t w v n n '·'· Mirrrre i-) W l n n j r - M i r f p r o .f,. ji i^.»r-w.vnn i7-«i it...p.., t reii, °' '"" "'"''" T "' : " A " cent saw the lijht and Rot the Kate. Since t h e n Ihe Flaron" have won four and lost one. Last n i c h t the Barons whipped L i t t l e Rock twice, n-2 and fl-3. The revamped, rejuvenaled. re- roiipinK Damns scored f i v e times in the loth inr.ini; of Ihe second £ame and r l i m h ^ d over Little Rock into s i x t h pine". ; The one-two punchers of the . Southern Association both won 1-ist n i y h t New Orleans n v c r N a s h v i l l e . 7-. r . pnd Mobile over C'hatlanooea. 4 - 1 A ' l a n l . i won from M e m p h i s . 4-2. hut t h e second Rame r-nderl in nn deri.-.ion a f t e r I I innings, 2-2. Robinson To Learn If He* Can Become A Double Champion 1 New Vork-1/T'...SiiKar n.'.y Roh, insnn learns today if hr- can he: ronie a double, world's c h a m p i o n ' b-.- w h i p p i n g l i g h t h e a v y w e i E h K i n g .lor-v M a x i m Monrlay night at Y.inkee S t a d i u m . r h n i n n a n Ilcih Chi lslenh"rrv a n r i Us New York St.-.le A t h l e t i c , (.'ommi.'f.ion w i l l m a k e a d e f i n i t e nihiu: on the hck|j.,h |iir*ti'in nl i t s regular weekly meetiix. I n d i c a t i o n s are t h a t t h e commission may h« l e n i e n t w i t h Sugar R a v an exceptional case --- «l- t h o i i f h II has a nile on the hooks t h a t no man can hold two t i t l e s . 1 Robln.'nn a l r e a d y is m i d d l e w e i g h t ' c h a m p i o n "A m*n l i k e Robinson is an un- .- _. nuii-r. SB-Dropo. np--Priky. Prirtdy unl Drnno tcfl-Ni-v.' Y.-r II. Dfroi: I?. B B - RrynoM. 5. (Irry 4. S:uart 2. Johnion 2 SO--Rrynoldn «. Sluarl 1. Johnion 3 HO--Orny J In 2', nnlin|s; S'uorl « in n*i. Jnhn^rn I n .1 ft h r.R- Gray 3-n. S'liarL t-\. Johnson l-» HB' 1 -- K i u « r l 'Mt-Doii-p't!' WP- G r v w T- n?r- H f v n n i i l a i".-1i LOT r Or.-- (7-1' II - n - r r j . nulty nnil Rnminrl T--::i A- 3.508 .609 .568 .522 .500 .482 .470 .444 J79 41 Chattanooga -- 36 Nashville 33 32 Birmnflhnm . .__3I Little Rork ...20 Mpmphs . . 25 Thuriday't Rtsulls Mohilt 4. Chattanooga 1. New Orleans 7. Nashvillt 5. B i r m i n g h a m 9-8, Little 2-3. A t l a n t a 4-2. Memphis 2-2. src- im-t cam- callerl after llth -- rurfe-.v. Rock LojMn. I^M -- Clncir.niM j Boiton .1 Hn--.Tohnion .1. Jnnc» 2 ] Chutrh .1 SO-- .Inhmon 3. Jnn-« T | Church 2 HO--Church fi In 7 I n i ninr*. .Smith l tn ^. Johnnon in in j 7*S: .Inn« 1 in ', R fr F.R-.Chitrrh ! (-4. Smith 0-0. jithnion 4-4. .lonri 3-3 J HBP--Church (Gorrfnm W i n n f r -- j Smith (5-3) l^srr--Jnnr« iO-2i l'~ I ttMlhinfanl. RftrHrk. Gorman. DrjnnlPl- 1 .. T-2:15. A i An outstanding Roman Mea' P,re;t . J l l t l C C S 1 l-l!l-tf BOWL FOR HEALTH ·Dm Hcntnn Howline f3n«A. Thote who want only the best say... "BOllBOI l.akM. N. I r a i n m s camp. The flshlni purndisr nf Ar?T, l i n n is the v»ft Nihtisl Himpi rf- j --·· --· -Sinn. Th» area i« rm-ered with Kr«p np \vlth the llmrn--rurl lakes, streums «nd rivers. , Ihfi TIMES d«llj. t h a n for some m r n tn hnlrl one ' Rohln^nn t h i n k * sr\ Inn. In f a r t hf s»id he hurl nn "unnrstanrlinf" ti t h e effert he rould like hu pick .liter « r e m n l r h If he hMt. Mnxirn Mnndsy. Chnntenherry mid Iherf r.«s nn "unclfrsUndlns" with h i m . Miss Batf|ville, a pearl frorr the White'River country, is rescnl he held at Newport on June- 25-26. Trudy, a Irnhman at' Arkanm ColleR*, u 17 years old »nd l« the d a u g h t e r n( M r - Batcsvillff. »TI»t»HT ··!/···* WHIIIftT TIM ··IIIMN ·iitiLiiiit tMF»T »*., nmii. uttimt

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