Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 24, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 24, 1952
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»--MOMMWBT AMCANUI TIMtt, tavMMvifl*. Aitom.* Tunefey, JUM, 14, If51 Jtafey Kips Twrtttown \ Slugfest, 14 To 12 Wtiley, undefeated in Washington County League standings, v/on Mi extra-curricular same Sunday · ; Trom Tuntllown, 14-12. The Karne " 'as marked by n 35-hit barrage id fourjiomeni. Tonlltown, originally n^membr-r of the county loop, has withdrawn from t h a t j - leflgue. Wesley romhc-d two draper "pitchers for 20 hits, including home runs by I.rdbc'tler and W. Counts. Corhaiiii, who hurled the first six frames fnr Ihe Insers.; tanned two round-trippers f n r ],I 5 1 E||( , n Kd|lh T j sda | e vs ,, ,, fram, The Grapcrs mode 15 hits I Tisdalc decree of dlvorre lo plaln- 6ff throe Wcflny flingcrs. M i f f rcslnrind former name of M. CoujL r , Harrinian and Sand- i Crudup. cr« c»ch pitched three Innings for the winners with Sanders gaining the triumph. Chola relieved Cnr- llana In the seventh for Tnntitown l a n d was (he loser. Harriman a n d ! · Ocne Johnson caught for Wesley land Bariola caught for Tnntitown. Wesley has an open dale n e x l i Sunday but is expecting to play either Tontitnwn or Ozark on the home diamond. The Courts Court HELSINKI STADIUM ALL SET FOR THE OLYMPICS PRICES CUT RUGGED RIVERSIDES FOR SAFERHOLIDAYDRIVING 10.95 12.55 6.00-J6 Hut FcftrW TM m4 ywr *tf Mr* 6.70-J5 ;EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH-FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS Siie Tirt Frit.* Tub* Price** 4.40-1 S 0.45 3.25 6.70-11 I2.» 2.55 7.10-15 15.25 7.45 7.60-15 16.95 2.10 ··"·]» "" J « 6.70-14 ,3.25 240 RIVHSIMS FO* OlDtt CARS 4.50-15 15.15 4.00-14 10.«5 4.10-14 2.55 2.30 2.60 ·H* M fa tut PMT «W *·. «·«· M. tw, ONXY 10% DOWN ON TMMS SALE ENDS JULY SHi pocket? iTHIS IS HELSINKI STADIUM, Helsinki, Finland, wherr the 15th modern Olympic e*m» .·will get underway July JB, when the world'* greatest athletes will compete for «u- prem»cy. At right a pretty usherette points to the electric Scoreboard and time clock which will be used during the cvcnU. (International! How They Stand I Baugh Signs For "One More Year" In Pro Football] Br Tht Aiiociattd Preii NATIONAL LEAGUE W Brooklyn A1 New York 37 Chicago ... 34 St. Louis 34 Cincinnati 28 Philadelphia 2f Boston __ 25 Pittsburgh 17 Monder'i Reiulti Boston 9, Pittsburgh 3. St. Louis poned, rain. I is 20 26 31 32 34 37 48 Pet. .737 .611) .507 .523 .475 Abilene. Tcxas-OP)- S a m m y Baufih, that old-cowhand who has played football with the Washing- .424 I ton Redskins for lo these many .403 {years, looks toward what he says .202 at Brooklyn, post- Cincinnati at New York, postponed, ruin. Chicago at Philadelphia, postponed, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 23 28 29 29 New York.. __ _.35 Boston 35 Chicago 35 Cleveland 35 Washington 30 St. Louis 2!) Philadelphia 25 Detroit 18 Mondiy'i Reiulti Boston 12, Detroit 6. Washington B, Chicago 4. New York 14, St. Louis 10. Only games scheduled. Pet. .547 pro- will be his last season in fessional football. It will be the loosest anv man ever has played in the pro ranks, j surpassing by one year the record of Johnny Bloocf of the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steclers. Baugh took time out from rodeo appearances yesterday to sign his! 16th contract with the Redskins 1 Dick Todd, coach of the Redskins, I drove ovr from his home town, Crowell. some 140 miles north, to meet Baugh and get his name on the papers. When Sam signed the contract Prairie Grove Beats Boys Club Nine, 8-6 Prairie Grove outlasted the Fay- cttcville Boys Club, 8-6, Sunday, in a county loop contest. Remjflg- ton pitched and was the winner for Prairie Grove. Charles Bogan took the loss as Fayetteville pitcher, although he allowed only four hits. Poor support kept him in trouble most of the game. The Boys Club sot away to a lead early in the Kame and held an advantage until the eighth when Prairie Grove rallied to go ahead. A short-lived comeback j was staged by the losers in the ninth, but it failed by two runs. ! Having no woody stems, banana ! i plants are not trees; what looks like a trunk, is made up of over- ! lapping leaves. Seems like it, doesn't it, the way money goes? · · Perhaps you ought to take some of that money oui of your pocket--say, every time you get paid, and save it in your own personal savings account here. You'll find it's worthwhile, and, of course, your money is insured to $10,000. Open an account now. 4 Next Dividend June 30th. Will You Short In It? FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING £ LOAN ASSOCIATION Over Thirty Yean of Service in This Community 28 .517 I and said, "This is positively the 34 .4(10 last lime," Todd grinned. "Yeah, 30 42 .311 IOUTHGRN ASSOCIATION W I, Pet. New Orleans _________ 43 31 . 581 .566 .534 .507 .493 .456 ,451 .403 _________ Mobile ______________ 43 33 Chattanooga -------- 39 34 Nashville ___________ 36 35 Atlanta ------------- 35 36 Little Rock _________ 31 37 Birmingham ________ 32 39 Memphis ___________ 29 43 Montfiy'i Rnulti Chattanooga 7, New-Orleans 2. Birmingham 5, Memphis 4, 12 innlngi. Atl«n* 7, Little Rock 4. Nashvillo 7, Mobile 4. Sulfuric acid is consumed in the United States at the rate of about 157 pounds per year for every man, woman and child. that's what you've been saying for --how long is it, anyway?" i Baugh said when he actually! does quit pro football he hopes to i be a coach at Hardin-Simmons university here. Baugh became an associate coach last soring. "I cot a bang out of working i with the boys in spring trainin he said. "I like the setup, thin would like to take it on a permanent basis. Besides, th ' close to home. I haven't given much thought to any other coaching job." PLANTATION VMMECJ1E5AUCE 41 I. 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Prominent |vdf«i *HI decide who wlm, Tell all yow friendi to ilan up today lo-- leorn Safety-Have Pun-Win Swell Prliei. It will probably occasion no surprise on your part to be told that the Cadillac car is the most wanted and sought-after automobile on the American highways. But you might be surprised to learn how widespread the desire to own this great motor car has become during recent years. Statistics indicate, fnr instance, that there arc more than twenty million motorists in America who would like to call a Cadillac their own. And were the whole of the world's motorists to be considered, this number would grow well-nigh beyond comprehension. There is reason to believe, in fact, that Cadillac may be wanted by more people thin any other product manufactured in America today. It might well be called the great desideratum of the American people. Naturally, * motor car has to offer many wondcr- TIIK COr.fftV AKMfKKS ful things in order to occupy such a unique position in the hopes and aspirations of so m a n y persons. It has to offer great and distinguishing beauty . .. luxurious c o m f o r t . . . brilliant, masterful performance .. . and wonderful prestige. And, of course, in order to have become the logical ambition of so many millions, it would have to be practical lo own, as well as wonderful to drive. And so, it would also have to offer-extraordinary economy! If this sounds like the description of the car that yon, yourself, would like to own and drive, then come in and sec us--soon. ., Perhaps the time has come for you to join the hundreds of thousands of motorists who have shopped naming a Cadillac-and started enjoying onrl We'd be happy to sec you any time. HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. 22-24 EAST MEADOW FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.

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