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Flam Only American To Gain Wimbledon Semi-Final Round Wimbledon, Ens. - I/P - T- lenr-ilnq champion Di-k Savitt and Vic Seix33 -- ArMriras's t w o brightest hope?--veri? beaten in r n n v i n r i n ? fashion veslfr-'ay in England Tennis Tournament be- Inq held he-re. Hcrbie Fl.«i, H ^ j _ P = n u ( i v p dark-r'orsp. is th" only American remaining among the M f r w n Rise of A u s t r a l i a pnd- e-1 Savin's bid to retain hir; \Vim- blrdon t i t l e in a five set ptniKg'e. P"'Xa? HrMvtrl to Flam, of B?verlv Hill?. Calif., 'vho hersm» th* nHy r"^nr* Amrt-ir* hap of k^enint: the tit 1 - it has held since 1947 F: t --n me-ts .taroclav Drobny. K«n McGree^r of A u s t r a l i a in Nats Beat A's; If"*"* Prime Grove, 3-2 Regain Spot In SPORTS 1 Rookie Hurls Bosox To Firsf Kin ! Indians Send Of Year In Yankee Stadium, 4-3 ack ' c Leagi V Rolfe Reported On Skids As Manager Division sile. Frank Fod^man. !!··» Ai'F^ie vho is favored to /in Pow. \vhi plav: viM at all times anrt w i t h oxrpntinns! firrp*-« . vhen ah^.nd. ium^rd to a fii'-k co ovpr Savitt and Md nr hand tb? rp't of the 3. 3-5. 6-4. 4-fi. 6-2. had an e\-pn "a^'T IMP" The Fayetteville Junior Legio". oc-Eehsi! teini nipped Prairie Grove, 3-2. yesterday on »he nne- liit pitching of Favetteville's Knox. Fives was the J^ier. g i v i n g up six hits. Both tcamr, made t w D errors. P h i l a d e l p h i a - '#) - The Wash- : Th- gamp sorted nut like t m~1ori Senator.; continued tn r,] u gfp s t \vith each team scoring h-'Unt the American League lead- i f\vo runs. But frnm ers y e s t e r d a y as they h o u n d e d | was strictly a pitcher'? nasl Cleveland into f o u r t h phm j winners got t h e i r t h i r d rim ir. f e . in the limp, nnly four gyir.es be- third inning on two hits and a hind the leading K**·': Ynrk V a n - \v\\d pitch. Uees. A 6-2 win over t h e Philadelphia A t h l e t i c s accounted for their rise in the standings. Frank "Spec" Shea, Yankee · a.iloff, picked up his s i x t h p i t c h - ing "irtory of the s?ason in h u r l - ing a n t a t seven-hitler, Cx-Ysnk .Jackie Jensen ran rrs consecutive NORTHWCST ARKANSAS TIMH, foyt«.vill«, Tuctdoy, July 1, 1952 *, konw .--,: Of Detroit Tigers 'hf RT:!-)-! Ttf-t :'n% fiMir-hl!!fr T ' t'-'i* *'r ' (·*; j p - n ^ v , ·/. ,-v i n a r V d !'i- n«d r.o* . the sp^snn in Y^rs!:*" i Bn'jhv R : o ' - n s dnnng Mil? gin-:- !·, i raurr. Urn 1 ' n'* t'-irr! Paige Oldest Rookie Ever S3 To P'ay In All-Star Game t h e ; . Chiragn-i/Pi-ini b? a ling and probably inner before m a i o r l?a'{tte a l l - s t a r l i n e u p ..... Stauffer, Fayefteville left f i ^ l d - ,-is old a rrokie as it has this year, i er, collected two hits in three trips The p l a y e r in n.ue;tiin is L e i o v i N\v s Prrj nf v.'av. £- Fl.im In ronoi^rins Sm-ss. 6-4. 3-6. fi-3. ^-P. Dro'ony n n p a r c n t l v was in fnr tbe raslm time rf all v.-hen IT. romnerl to sn npening =et win over ?.lcr,re?or. 6-n But from t s ere on it *'-as a real f i g h t w i t h t^c 'a--t four yets beins scored: 3-". ?-".. 7-5. 7-s. champion in fiuickv disposing of crasso Frir SturEc-sr. cf South A f n m . in · jlisa'. t'-" lart m s t r h , 7-3. B-t. 6-0. In today's women's matches M?ur»en Oniol!- nf San Diem. Calif.. America's No. 1 playr-r. detested Mrs. Thdma Lor.o. nf Aus- t'-alia lnd?v. 5-7, 6-2. f . n (-, W er the srrmi-fir.;i!.': nf I h r Wimbledon h i t t m s streak to 16 Jim eel three runs ...my sRionlh first inning iJorbh sror- j and the Ks's .sailing from t WASHINGTON »t) t Y(i.«t. 3b 1 Cosn. If :, rf i n .i had I PHILADIL^HIA ab r h . · Vernon. TotsK 4 I I nill.f.-. rt s 0 2 '^-nia 1 . If 3 1 I I'slo. rf 4 n - ' o 4 n 2 ""' 3 0 0 'irpd !he 4 0 1 hi-ler. 7b 3 0 1 --nobcrtsnn 3 0 J \;:ro:l!. r ' "iyrd. p I Vrishl r i · '"-mas as «l1Tr.t»lj t p lise Erou.gh of Bfverly Hills. C.-ilif.. also arlvancort to the semi- ,, . f i n a l - - hv n,, 5 t.n B M-,. .l«n Bin- ! S!." ..^T^fflS. 5l S o-B- r d kcl-Qucrticr in s t r a i f h t se's. 6-1. ; - He Bvrri. « in r, monr nn- in 7ih. - K-irl 1 s h u l n i M r t l o ii Ihc P h i l a d f ' p h i a Phils Eiin("] a -i. 4 o j o vinery. l o n ; Ricru» A s h b u r n and Smn'-j ' 0 i ' Burr-rs tpsmprt tn s-c-iunt f n i '- 2 7 , t h r p f nf the f o u r rhil run.-. A«lv i--Bounced out tor Su-lcr :n 9:h. ' h t t r n en! thrr** n i l s a n d ".-^s H-i". wSsfnJl»n d '° r Wr: "" '"rn'mi ,n,.B " n hrl " ? "" "'' h "·.·cn;^n by R-r. P h i l a r f n l p h i a mo O'f C i b -- " "r- nt ;. V r i M i .I^nrn romnipt-"! ' ' - mSrSSn'M^teii^'sn"^'^^ T-r'V'j'h « h n m " ·-'·: i 7 "" Vfrnon. Zcrnlal. 3B~Busby. SR--r-hi!-· P ' n 1 n - r an Krskme WHS 1.*ip la-i^.E 'ty. DP--Vfrnon. Runnf.i and Shra: Bum ri'rlirr Srdfr r-nri .tnnsl. Jnni:. Surter c.n-l - - . 1 LOB--Washington 3; Philiri*!- ^f-'- Prlrnit-'/P'-The Peipoit said tnriBV t h a t Man«j;i R n l f e and Coarh Pick H i r f ! i - n » t r n i t T i R p r j flr* ' H i t r to !r-;r t h e i r joh- in a nitjor shakeup" of the team. Th» paper paid President W;il- ler O BriRj(« J r . n n r l d i r o r i n i ? O f I he American !,c*Kue club, n i ? - sktisfifd w i t h the Isst plu'-e t' i «n*R showing, h a v e madf i d e f i - i i t d f i n - rision 1n ( i r e hnth m^n. The Mews story give nn inrli*;i~ lion of when thf riiimifisals wnul'l «§«Sf IRc 9 aln LMd I" 5A «S£=£: It w i l l be S a t r h e l ' s ' f i r s t app»ar- Rv Th . ... n ,.,,.j ,,,, i m ""' fr ,° m th( ' ~ l[K " r f '" ml """'" I s n c e in !h. a n n u a l .-ll-rt.-r l i l t . i "' Th f Aiwn.lfd l-rtm | Th* Nt«-s ,t,,ry was .-ami-d nn i . .Joining Psicf as n i l - ^ ' a r rookies', ^"' "'"" dors " b " nt « n ' n r j p 3 S f l und*.-an eixht rnlnmn l i n e : ;uv ci:ht i-thcr plsyrs m a k i n g ' n u r bl - es bul Lenny Vochim. thf saylnij "Rnir*. B.irlfll In tn." : l h - i r first appearance in t r s b i s . b ' S New Orleans »nu!hpan'. Rolf» :.-nrhrd at his linrni' mid shn-v. · turned Ihe trick last night a n d ! he hud nn notice nf any move t" : Tile romplc'e squads for t h e two : won his o\\'n yame. | replace h i m . Ne'loTsI L»t u» i Lenny, fast buildin; up · rtpu- 1 * P i t c h e r - 7 - Ssl M.iulie New la '' on as a " tr " n m * n P u "ch«d a Cohri-t'. P h i l a d e l p h i a : Warren ; j l w Miccichie when me jcori vas| S:ia'nn. no-ion: Preacher Roe, j l i e d 9 - a l 1 In th« inth. Miccichle'i . Brooklyn: Boh Hush, Chicago: i throw tn first was low and the Gerry S'.alcy. St. Louis. I b a l l skittered behind · bench B«r . Infie.ldri-s -- ' 9 -- W h l t r - y Lock- the riifhtfield bleachtrt. I r n a n . Alvin Dark a n d H n h b y j w h i l e N a s h v i l l e Thomson Now York: . ackle I l o h - aparcn(d , r , nlic .i lv inson. Gtl Hodc°s and Pee Wee: ill*- lor e T;: p - - l V-.r:-. Y a n n; ·-'.. I' .'.· ·-' w i n of S' i'!:'im. :i ;;5» Sox' ^ r n r PT.T-I .i,a i:.n o! r-i iM-.r.r.-m i.:'-'- lun '0 -n.ijii in :he f e x e i m d - Iff - Lukt Euttr ; iii-h a tin guy fans loJktd for hi !-· h n n ' t r f try tiaii hf eaT.f i --ha-, l e f t '.he Cleveland Intit; inr I'.-.*;! minor leifu* li;n clt : The Trine optioned Eaittr, th* rejular first baseman of th« pi ; !hr?» ft»-:0ns, io Indiinapaiii la ; n ; s h t un 21-hour ri?«li. In r«ui they bouc.ht D?ve Pop«, 27-yta old Negro outfielder frirn Indiar W h e t h e r Luke ever come* bac ·n Hie majors depends on his luc c o x nsr^mjt Amensan AMocia'.k pi'c.iing in overromm'.; a tiurr t h a t dropped his battlnf averj| t'' .?03 und alio made hii fieldif Pitcher Bunts For to the plate to lead the Fayettc- "Sa'.c'hc!" V n i i f . 'ihe ncrr-SO-year- i E A n r ParAf A* D*lr ville batters. " i ^'; ellcf a r t i f l f c r lh f St - Louir, 11 Ollf INIlCS Al r5II Phillies Blank ^S^^^^'Regain Lead In SA Bums On Five-Hitter, rw V*rk H i I l i M i K ' - i . C'lti'hn i] Gcrrh t i K^-l 1 .11. K i v r r . l l Tl-.rnli y. I - r h n f r . rf l.rpc!o :'h Whfi- c NEW r**x M a n a j e r Al Lopez ind G«n«ri "\ o S N,,r-r tf "i i I! W"B« Hank Gr»nb« t Ml i o o rn,inul. !, i i i . t h e y thought the ii»-(rot-(BU ? · : i I!:!',',: '' ! I!!. ^S-pound »lui|er would return. t H 1 M i n l . 3 n :. ;)rau rf .1 f 0 M n r I It n itlrrii' fl n 0 ti-'AV * II n Knra .·/ . 4 I I 2 1 1 3 0 ! 1 a n I II 0 J O " pliytrs for (he lost i Gigging Season Opens; Fishing Below Dams Legal V mil for T'v.rnctisrv n-lPd nnt f u r R i n n r n i i- Y..rl nr .-Bni- n i mi- strphri l:n-. nrri»-fi Ml-.Mnn! · (;r KB- - ".Jcph-ns river* s p CJ---KI c. K'liava 2 SO ' ilr " " i I n-vr.n -Brnd«'v S. WP-- Brxdowiki . n: Kut.v l.nier-- K Hiirlrv . T Purij--(.'h a r I e 5 Fr«ncr, Ktoppcrl T ·- Ift7. Yntincjslnwn, CUii - ·· .pp nnljb. Humrs. 157. Campbell-Bell Trips VA In City SorMH Campb*ll-B«II dump«d th« V, Hospital, 10-1, lut nifht in · Cit Snrihall leiguf! contwt. Wllkintoi allowinn only thr« hill, wm th w i n n i n j pitrher. Oxford, fivin ' u p 11 "(flies, w«s chir(*4 wit (h'A by tho'Jiind» 111 rtdudn lists--Junie's Romin M**l C h i c a g o - D a n n r Stip«nflvitk U«, P!tl!hur»h. nut!»Mnt«d Chuc Kmlpr, 14*. Onuht, i. D-7. Ho Stand 'nninti: Wrlfht. W: \"r:-M t-l: Wr-ctit iYo.il 2 in F*En-3.vrrl 2-". HP- 'oh'n i. Bros PHILXO-L-'H"* ah r h . .Tt kin. th . i n n "nr, -- Aihhurn. c[ 1 - ^ Cox · ReOKLY'l p h r h 4 n I Rrooklyn: Grady Hal ton. Lmih. Outfielders---(61--S t a n Musial and Knos SlauRr.lrr. St. I.nuis; H a n k Sauer. Chica/tn; Duke SnidiM'. and Carl Furilln, Brooklyn: Ha^ih Kincr, Pittsinirch. C.-nrhW-s--3-- Hoy C a m p H n n l l a . Brnoltlyn; V/es Westrum, New York: Tohy Atu'etl, C'hicaqo. ball, Yochim lumbered home with i Fish to- ' 'W NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 47 IS . 44 22 . T^-Bvrd 14-7'. \Vyn Fnn:«. . T o n ' 4 n 7. rf 2 n ? 1 n 1 " uh». It i-'f^r if "I?", lh ng season opet C i n c i n n a t i : G r a n n v Hammer. P h i l - ' " " winninj run. Vol Manager j f| -. 1 ; G a m r Wnrden Paul " trr ! ·idrlnhia; Red Schoendicnst, St., Hu 8h Poland protested the *am*. I*'" 1 ln " morning, and new r e s u - 1 : Yochim has appeared in the Cations call for uiRcini; from . u n - i last four eamei hii Leara h i s ' " P to »"nset only. No night g i c - 1 played. He was called on la re- «'"* '·' allowed, and no same fish lief in both game] Sunday ind · m *- v '"" *'S" rn - i was credited with w i n n i n g one| Th ' warden said fishing; hn|nw of t h e m . He took over in t h c j rtnm;; i!! now "i' Pn a l s n ' a l t h n t i B h n i n t h last ni|;hl and chalked up Ull f i s h e r m a n is not nllowr his second victor/ in at m a n y ' American Lesgue riavt. PilchriT--- ' n i -- A l l i e UnynoMs The victory ind · decision b.v and Vic Da'ichi. New Y n r k : Bnhhy League President Charlie Hurth Shrmt^. Philade!|ihia: Miko Grircia ] n u l l i f y i n g a defeat by r THtru THAT KNOW use more t h a n one hio!t. Fi.shiiiR below the dams is allowed from i July to M a r e h I . I Baxter said three men were i I fined t h i s week in a .hjMire of the Br lyn New York Chlcaco 38 .10 Et. Louis . . _ _ SB 34 Philadelphia 3ft 31? C i n c i n n a t i _ 31 3J? Boston 27 42 P i t l f b u r K ^ . . - 18 53 Yesterday's Result: Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 0 Chicago 5. Pittsburgh 4 New York 8-4. Borton 7-0 St. Louis 7. Cincinnati 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L r-'ew York 39 2fi Boston . 37 31 .12 3n 32 37 33 46 P -« Smalleys Bat .66 / -' :TM Wins For Cubs .455 V.'ashing'on 35 i -~'.^A 37 ; i LOI.-\ .12 Philadelphia . _ 27 r-nro-'' ... ?2 Monday's Hestilts Boston 4. Kev: Ynrk 3 Washington 6. Thifadelphia 2 Chirago 7. Detroit 2 Only £fimes srhertuled .301 .254 Pet. .fion .544 .S1.1 .538 .Soli .464 .450 .32-i Over Bucs, 5-4 Chicago - (/P) - R o y Smallsy srrarhrd a two-run rioui.!f and a l . i r c c - n m homer io account f'ir all !he Chicago runs ^.i {'·;? ijjs n i p - ped the Pittsburgh rMrates, ;--4, It v/as a h a r d Ins? fnr P i r a t e f l i n r j e r Rob Friend a? f o u r of the five runs "-ore unearned as the rftsult of error- by Scooter Kn- shorpk find Dick Groat, rookie in- rieldT?. l n o ! n n ind Boh Lemon. ClevoUnd; S a t c h r l ' noog8 ' ^ t h f p e |j, 'in "firpt" pinri-,' p w p C n l i r t in Sprin«dalp for , ? - Ft ] ' n ' n - c - j half" a csme ah*«rt of Mnhilr. p i n « f i j c h n u t of ^asnn. Accord- The Memphis Chicks, which n n o 2 n i I n d ! in * ln lh * warden, t h e i r boat and a n d ! a - - r H f H nu! for Brl b--C;^n;l^^!'fl mil fni PM'g-l^'phM D-1KT-, K -- H p m n ? r RBI B "B -- 4'-hhi:rn. B"r^p" --flnhinion S--Hanini H ^ m n f r F.irl W a i l k u l]p.nin»r p n f j Drpw W f f i i k u 5 T.PB-^h *vn fi R3 -Fr^tn. O'"wi S. Er'kinr " r-ki,,*. ft |n R R ' r r k -.io,,r n r r . DP - !!· iK I. w.i. '!,';"":, T'"" 2'. tir't-, n ,: ,, ,, ^frJ^^J^rC'von^'''''^'!""^ WSf ··"""«·""" » = - a n d ' Bnbl.v Avila,' Cleveland; F,d- tii.n cellar since April 20, pasted I wi ) 1 h « *»J; w i t h , ' h ' " Jnrt ' ~ ' d i e Yn5t. Washington; GtnrgpKell, Hirmingham, 7-S, and climbid 8 n ' n « '" tn( w i l d l i f e protection i-h ' MoMnn: Ferri 1 ; Fain, and Eririi-! into seventh ipot when A t l a n t a : '"""· Fmfls of f s:1 - 7s were ajsenr. --' Jnci"t. phil.idelphia. walloped L i t t l e Rock 13-3 | H "K'ini.1 each of the three men, L;°i OiUficlders--(0)--Dale M i t c h e l l Jni , k p B r k s A t l a n t a ' s slugsinj "«»'« reported. ; Rn j ami Larry Doby, Cleveland; Dom redhMd ed relief catcher, e«n.| ~ ! -^na' a r;v B Ma 0 n 1 k New ^ jnec««l ITM two h. mf r, ,,,,, drov .| r t r.l f hl. dropped t h e m I n t o t h e ' -- - --· · I!" five runs. The Crackers r o l ; c e l l a r , live percent(je points be-1 i lected 13 hits otf four Little Rock 1 hind Memphis. ; . W !-] nr\ Gor«, Cotllan. T -2'3n. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION L 31 38 Pi-l .5"S r. T ?w Orleans 4^ Mobile .'.7 Chattanooga 4? .T! ,5Jd K » s h v - l l p . 42 33 .52: A l l a n t a . 40 37 .519 Birmingham 35 4! .4-13 Memphis 33 47 ,.i3 L ; ttb Rock . 31 45 .4H8 Monday's FesuHs A t l a n t a !l, Little Pock 3 Memphis 7. Rirminphair 3 Keu- Orleans 10. Nashville D C I O Innings). M i l w a u k e e - D a n n v X a r d i r o . , \'3. Ta-'ipa, Fla., outpointed Joe Blr.ckwood, 183. Paierson, X. J.. 10 CVt.ltf 5. P PITTIBUROH CHICAC n b r h ; Kor.ho k. 2b 4 0 0 M i k s i s . 2b r 1 TM,-] 1 , ss . i n n jpr r c?,T cf Brit fT 4 n l 1 h-Fondy Ki.irr. rf 3 n n Atidis 'cf n a r . ^ s o l a . c ? 1 n ttprrn'r-ivi rf -Merson. 3b 4 2 1 Sau-r. If D=l Or n. cf 4 1 ] Atwrll. c R?r:i'i-i?. t b t o " rav.vua lh Fr.en't. p i o n Brown. I b c-Metk v l r h 1 0 0 'ercn? 3b -mllr.-. u I :»lly. n ilipp cin n Tot»i. sn I fi rn-ab ; a--Hit into force play fnr K*lly Stoley Hurls Cards To Win Over Reds, 7-3 St. Louis - '.'?( - ne- a iH stalsy w?s back on t h e groo\ - e for the rrpnvert St. Lnui* Cardinals la«i n i ^ h t as he pi^hrd In* J7edhirds 4 ' ° ! to a 7-3 victory nver the Cincin- n a t i F.n.-J?. It wa5 Staley's first v.-in i o n 0 0 0 3 n n i ii d 3 1 0 J ! .: o l n · in a month and his 10th of the , -,.;i? Jonwn. Washington; M i n n i n - j l\1inoL ; o. CnicaRo; Vic \ V t r t z , L)r: t r o i t . :| Cr:tchf?rF - ' 2 ' Yogi B r r r a , New I ; York; Jim Megan, Cleveland. Maglie And Jensen Stop Braves For 3ianls, 8-7,4-0 | Bo-lnn - '--Pi - The one-tvo : f i ; r h : n g p u n r h of the New York · C-isni? prnrhirH a pair of victories yrsiprday over the Bnslnn Hravp?. H a n k Tho:n'isnn h r m m T - rrt a p a .ir nf hnmers IT he'p Sal M D C ' J P '"in the nprner, 0-7. R;gh1- i h.inrler 1.3"ry JaiU'^n hurl*d 9 \ l i v e - h i t s h u t o u t in the. n i ^ h U a p . GLENMORE hurlers. the Travis' *irhth id]*-. I ChatUnonsa and Mobile w*r*j C l t N M O K i D I S T I l i m i f S C O M P A N Y 3-PY i. JLIDAY AHEAD h ~ C r u u n d ; f 1 n u t f«r .Irliroat In 7 h j , r - S f r u r k nut fnr Frifpri i n 9'h I ('."shurgri . din 10'). OOt--1 , E ~ S p r p n a . Kij^irr^. nr-- 1 ' T 5 " '· nrl Grrcn 2. B i r i ' r o m c ?. F m i l l f - v .1 ^E~pr| Grrcn. Smalls. ?.1-r i« '-'?t · ·»mal.fv SB--.Teffronl. K Trimd 2 ·*'* -- Cavare"- iunaM:;;c'i' I OB -P i t l s b u r a f h 5: Ci"iira«o T pr.-Xe 11 " 1 "rJsnl *. SO--rri^nrl 4 K i i p n T t ^ i n 3 *ro--K-t'v fi in 7 innings: K i l p p i t e - n n "n 2 RER--K«)ly 1-4. rrienri S-l : Fr^n*1. W i n n e r -- K l i p p ^ ' r i n '?-5i t.f-.- T- -Fri'rri i.l-JI i U--Ritlan f ant lick. Gorman ---nd Danatclli. T--1 56 A--(actual)--5.893 St. Cnui* 7. Cinc-nndi 3 -""· CIKC1NNATI , IT. 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