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U.S. Olympians InLast Minute Preparations For Games Heliinlcl - (£| - The 15th mod-* m Olympics veered nharply Jrom etremony to preliminary competition today, »ix d a y j before the of- fieitl opening, and the United I States primed Mai W h i l f i c l d for possible iron man triple in the ancient fames. Coach Brutus H a m i l t o n of the American track and field forces Hid he planned In use Whitfield Fayetteville Chicks Play Wesley Tonight Publinx Champion . Th ? Fayetteville Chicks, thick h i three outings, i the fight lor a first division berth i names to C m ; h j in the Ozark Baseball League. Jake Drake ' Ca'rl Kon^o airWesiev'tS^rsV 3 ''' 1 ' 1 " "* ' Bu " rr in th. ,.600-meter relay if the \ VM. ,WS, S laycd on the County Fail- rounds diamond Harting at 8:15 The Chicks, revamped after their tussles, afford a jolid lineup las of veteran players and have played good baseball in th?ir last Ohio State star's healed. leg muscle is "He is a tireless runner and gets ! Dunhp are on the rostrr and th^e men a r e ausmriv.rrl by sorn^ fi:u -.min- sters j u s t b r e a k i n g i n t o the :-omi- pr.i piclure. S'ich f a m i l l a i ; Tl.e Wesley | ?ilm d i n j i p e i l a s.| 'i '"}(' ,'' : "" a , !ls - r ! r r r --' i n l i '" h e F a y e t t . v i l l i - B-iv.. f l u b S u n d a y in a C o u n t v Lracii? r.i.ni" ami a-e aiiMons to i c p a j , . !:ieir rrpu:-r.!!;i in t . - e c n u n l v 1,-,'at. Tra-is M-in-lv, of tho P.o\ - C l u b , !-ir:l a f i v e - h i t i ' - r ; t t h i ' ° i i M i . i l l y robuM W e f l n y b a i t e r s S i i n d a v t o record l -.e- n m . Th n v?1ri-.in One : }--*% better the more he works," said Hamilton as he watched rain wash out a scheduled Sunday practice. "He is also a fine competitor and wants to run in everything possible. "It's quite a load to carrv but If Mai's leg is okay, he'll probably go in the relay. I don't p l a n to pick the relay teams u n t i l after the Olympic sprints." Whitfield, sn Air Force sergeant | who has flown numerous missions j in the Korean campaign, already is entered in the 400 meters a n d the 800 meters. He won the 800- meter championship in 194R. "Whit has to run three 800- meter races and four 400-meter races countinR the t r i a l s and finals," the coach ssirl. "But he runs effortlessly. I think he can do it." , from I i e m vetcnm i - n l l c o n of si t h e E l k i n s area I I I H D V lMkr-.own to lo"l| Va an, Max P m nf i hit-; in f . i n r t , " i Rn's "ciul, h a l l m . " ' ' ' " ' ' ' "" Shantz Wins 15lh GameAs A's Split S CMscx : Philadelphia-(/P)-Bobby Shank,* the midget southpaw of the Phil- i adelphia Athletics, spun a neat seven-hitter yestcrdaj lo give the ' Philadelphia Athletics a split with i the Chicago White Sox. Shant?. ,' won the first game, 6-0, while the I Sox came back to win the n i g h t cap. 7-4. The victory represented Shant7' third shutout of the season and i his 10th complete game in 18 j starts. He has won 15 and lost three. l T-Il/l'lf tlttl IS T L ^ ' r 1 UK6 L WO / n,v j. ins L , ,-,-,. T / C j_ / ^ l ,,, . , , , Gus Z c r n i a l provided more t h a n The i m p o r t a n t d r a w for heats | enough r u n s for Shanli as he in the track and field events was | pounded out two home runs, one with lhe bases loaded, lo drive in f i v e rims. Zcrnial now has 18 homers and 53 runs b a t t e d in. scheduled today. It is being watched with particular interest since-it may brine an early show of American and Russian strength. "Eliminations also were to becin I today in basketball, w i t h the I k n o t t y Chinese problem s t i l l un- ·' settled. i N e i t h e r N a t i o n a l i s t China n o r , Fed China was on hand when the ! first of preliminary camcs began i M e l c between H u n c a r y and Greece. Neither Chinese team was listed for action the first three days, leading to soeculalion Ihey may be by-oassed a l t h o u g h t h e i r cases are still pendinu before the I n t e r - ! E national Olvmnic Congress, which convenes Wednesday. The towering U. ?. squad, a heavy f a v o r i t e and d e f e n d i n g Olymnic i h a m n i o n , a u t o m a t i c a l l y qualified for the ehamnionshin along w i t h Russia's Euronean champions and eight other teams. The preliminary event is to nick it «,~eNicafi T rmiT CAM MS I PHIUAOIL*HI» h ih i- h I Jonil, v J I I r , CHICAGO nl) B'ririq-7. 3b 4 Fox. 2h 4 (I 4 (I 3 0 0 2 Ztrnilt. il 4 2 1 Lollar. c 4 0 0 Philley. ef 3 II I Sttw.rt. If 2 0 0 Hilchcock. 3b 4 n 0 . L. Th'rrTs 0 0 0 Suder. 2h .1 ,i I ' Coleman. If o n n Asiroih, c DenV, s* 3 0 0 Shantz p Krfllow. p 2 (i 0 Kennedy, p 0 0 0 ] 0 0 0 0 0 31 0 7 Tolalj New York-(/P)-Vic li.i.svhi came w i t h i n four outs of p i t c h i n g a n o - r u n , n o - h i t fiaire lor .\'e-. 1 , York as the Yankees twice overwhelmed ! t h e Detroit Tigers, 11-1 a n j 1:1-2. ] Raschi had twn out anrl two ! · strikes on Myron Joe l the e i g h t h i n n i n R '.'.-ho ] h i t t i n e Tiger catcher 350-fnci home run i n l o lhe right Held stands. It v,is t h e only h i t in lhe game for the Tigers. In the meantime, the Yankees rapped four Tiger pitchers for ,11 nils. 18 in t h e f i r s t g a m ^ to win I h e i r e i g h t h a n d n i n t h panics i n t h e i r last 12. It was R a s c h i ' s c l s h l i i s t r a i g h t . H«w Ycrk H. Detroit 1 FIRST CAM! Indians Defeat S? : Senators Twice V.';!-hi!iRton - I/I 1 ! - M i k e lurnc.-l in ,-i l i r i ' l i n p l ; fnr Cleveland as lite su'cpt a r i o ' i h l e - h r n r l o r KIW YO»K 4 0 0 4 1 I Knlloway. H a t f i e l d . . L f n t i a r d l . \VfT\7. rf Drnpn. )h Sniirhm-k. i Grnlh. rf b--Fanned for Knn*riy a--Walked for Slewart in 71h. : Stu 30 6 fi , Slh. six other t"arns from a bulky over-size field of 15. Chicago noil nnn non- Philadclphia . OOH ^00 0x--G K-- Rodrjqut?. R B I - Z r r n i a l 6 J1J-- · MC!P. FPX. S--Phllley. DP jotwt. S u - , dcr. Fain 2. Rndriquoz. Robinson, j HiJchrock. Suder and Fain. L(*ff · Chir?Ko fi. Philadelphia 6. B R -- K r t i - ' low *. Kr-nnrdy 1. Shanlz t. SO-- Braves Sweep Double-Header From Pirates K r c t l n w S: Shantit n HO--Kr-ilow « in fi-.t innmc*: K e n n e d y 1 m : , . .Tud.-on I in I. n A-. i-:n--Krcilnw 4-', Kennedy j-o. Judpon n-n. HRP-- Shan:?. i R o h l n f n t u . W p - - K r c t l o w i O - l i U--G.-npsf. McGowin. Hurley ind Soar. T--2."4 SECOND «AMK Chicafo mj o ' i ion-7 IH i Philadelphia nri4 nm ono--4 t i Grissom (WPi and Shellj. Hooper (LPi. Wrijhl, Fnvi-lpr and Murray. How They Stand , Hrpp TM a! '-..._ S | ' rtPrt.il N f w Vnr'i I:-- fin'h. M»r:i M a n t l e 1. nrna MarMn. Wnortllnr M n n t l c . Ciinshcrg ) Ft 77ii' I Und'-' ' .T n n f,i-n J. p ! u " ' i - t : i n n -'-.-.-(hi tt'iisi'inqi. .1! rnmrs Y;in l rr,-. ( | A I Rnvni sh'ii-ofl ' " " r n r r i n t h r ·· i'tr thr Tri' Connie ?T.-'-i h j ' i e r fnr i h c N n t s in t'.i iii.-t ,-i t r i i i l r ; n i f i n - : i n ^ l " ti^hrr !'i sivo t h u I n d i 1 !',l" Mill. M. ) - 0 mi'! 2 - 1 . In iTin;ii!i : b e h i n d th'? iiHcc-scllin" Iinnnrs- w i t h nr.'.ir"; ii I'.vn- r u n nr-nrvf C.'l"v* In PJ'n- wiih all their nir.-; SPORTS "KMTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyott.vilb, Arkanin, Monday, J u l y M, 1V52 Phils Crush Sf. p au | Open Cubs Twice, r ,,. r _ 7-3 And 9-2 iCrownwonBy o - i/1'i - P h l l i K l r l p ' i n n u t v p ' i ci \ v i t h i n f f j u nf i 1 -,. f o i i r l h - p l n r c C i i h i i; I'h'rn'iu in hntii cnrtt cr u i i i l r - h r . !(!(·]·. 7-3 iinrl 0-2 e A ' h u n i i !ri t .c I'-:'!, ; Middlecoff ,11 1 .,,r., Ci.m-i i · 0 - h m e r , I n d i a n s . 0,ner Lee H ' c l e i liocan. led. S.i-yrar-nlrl linnnir!? s a l e s m n n from .'-oiil,, (;;:l1 -. ( . - a l ' f . , | ..... -s M - i i h the K i i i i n n s l Tublie Links Oolf ( h-impioii:!-.!., ir,,-i,y v hi.-h h- v o n S a t u r d a y from Bob Srhtrer n !l-year-o.'d I: -borer from Decalur, I I I . nognn an x- Schtrer 5 »nd 4 in th? f i n a l s at A-hl.-irn W v r I k Knni, II lii r.v llnilM T. CMcjk* 3 .'i 1 I '. ivnl 1 I I ' n - H , .1 I 0 J.-!lM I I ' Tnl I 0 u - l u r k - . 0 II i t n 2 1 3 I I 1 1 Krjil -i |, ' -Krl-.vi.riH ! r n i l " 7 . p .'-.-ijcitcvill,--, Ark., V K l ' P i . I A P V.'i i arid.-,-, d e f e a t e d 'ihnln). t h e i r ~ Cleveland I, Wa-h'iplfln I FIB5T «J«M ' CLEVELAND r/A5HINGT1M I Si'p-'n. , f . r | ' Cnr.iV. 3 n n 3 n ii Rtl-- ^t^nn1l - o-.v.T.- anH ll mid Ilrnp-i. 'H 3 « o ,-iiann AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. By The Associated Tress Pittsburgh - Wl - Veteran M a t t Surkont and rookie Virgil Jester pitched the Boston Braves to a 4- i New York 49 30 2 and 2-1 double win over Pitts! Cleveland- . ... _. 4fi 34 burcY I Chicago ,, . _ _ 47 37 Triples by .lack D i t t m e r and I Boston 41 36 Jack Daniels sparked the second ' W a s h i n g t o n 41 38 came, t r i u m p h which was .Jester's j P h i l a d e l p h i a 33 -111 first of the season. Pirate pitcher ' St. Louis _. 33 49 Harry Fisher handed the Tribe ; Detroit 25 54 the first game w i t h five walks, | Sunday's Res-tilts two hit batsmen and a wild pilch | Kew York 11-12, Detroit 1-2. in the first two innincs. H s i f i e M . Kolloiv . .... ... ' tin and Collins. l.cfl-Dt'roi Ynrk n RB--Houllcman I Sunrl 3 ! Raschi 1 SO--lloultpman 3. P - u n r l I. Ttasrhi G HO--Him'.lpmnn 10 m ,1 in- 1 ninp* (fared livn I m l t r n in 4 ' h i ' Sluart in ft n A- F.R--Hnui'rnnn 7-7' R.i-rhi -i: S!li.rl 4-( W i n n e r -- H a s r h i ' '!-2i I.nscr--HlMltlcm-in '3-l'!i. !'-_ N'app. Summer-. M-^'n'"'- S l r v r n = ! T-.2 04. SECOND C A M E , ne'rnit ^iin nt'i Hill-- 2 7 t Nw Vnrk ?00 0.11 -0-; '^ 13 -. Ne«-hnu-tr iLPi. Lltllerie'd and I Swif: Mti|in iWPi. Sain and Berr.i. Honk. i r -Voc .··n-?iiui i.i-fr-C'i .M.irr-rn Girri.-i I 01 n nnn ii':-i -i onl n i-i n-n.-.n ' 5*0 In fi'll. | 'C--M.i-r~rn ,;., i;.. ( -. r i -i. - t - ^ - h ' r V nnlil). T- SSCOHO F.erfr. '"'" l: ' n "'"· '-' on mm nm inv.i H a r r s i W p , pnrl TVY '' 1 "" rl l L p l- Fcrni-k ianfs W With Redj r 2-15, M, Errors Cosily As C i n i ' i n n . - i t i - l.-I'i - n.-.vcy W i l l i am.--.' n m t h - i n n - i ' : : li-ipp;- 1 d r i . r in l v n niatr:, and :::iv Tie New ·Vn'-k ( i : , i n t s a ·(-:! n i ^ i i t i - a n wm a i ' H a s p l i t in Pinl j w i n l i i l l w i t h ('i''.''in;\^1i. The i;,-|.-, In-'.in.l H a r r y IVr- ov.-ki'.s M y - ! n t h u r l i n t . touk t h e i ' i r n r r , HI-2. fnc : nn3tl M. Hpw V r r h I FIRST C*ME »-- Slnit,l l»-- S:rurk Browns Lose ' Pair To Red Sox, 8-5, 4-0 K o s l o n - i / T i - M a u r i r c M r D o r m n l t , h u r l e d a i w o - h i l ' . c r lor Boston as ' I h r - ncrt Sox- tr,n! a |,,,i,- from the . SI. Lnilj.-; n r o - v n s , 8-S and 4-11, ' for I h e i r f o u r t h a n r l l i f l h t r i u m p h s ; in succession. Sammy W h i t e p u l l e d lhi f i r - l ' n a m e o u t n f t h e f i r e h y h a n g i n g ' a 10th i n n i n g home r u n . Meltar- ' molt p i r k c d up the loo'r odj'.cs a n r l I !'?lit l h i l l " s n . r e l y in h.in., M u r i n g l h e a f l e r p l e - e . fer Kl.'pp-.ioin In :.''i mil lor Srhn'v ,n . i i :n in' 101- Wal' A^Mn . m W v r f i ; irn. M l ; ;.t A - l - l i n r n Varkll-l -I III I ·' , in ;· . | tS. H n n ' f i i 2 in '.-'i K I n A Kt! M n . I--, -.n K"i' K r h n l l I 3-'! l)riM"« .-.;· Ilii . Kelly ll-n WP- K l l p n - - n , K · - H K r k r r ' V - n n - . Hrr-v- i.'. -- Mickrr '.-I--I t l - s i r - v - r i . { i Gor* unn" »-^^i-.. T- - 4n Fo l,np. lf Iphl.-i o . P. ,17 "IP ni-» mil i n n-in im inn. ' lit i ?i KnniKnly .-n-l ?r-iiullf. Kflij n n i fir* YORK | CINCINNATI ' r I' ah r h I ..' 1' ^im"H 3 2 ; i M-i:-.linll'. s o : ^Crackers Leap .560 t; 9n To Top Of Heap In Dixie Race .402 .316 in CroqueF, Pong Announced ·o_ R a n of . I n f f p u n n pi-hool /·Dark r"rrer. Tol.lli I n · I ii I ^'i r il n 0 ti- 2 0 0 ii T 1 II II.T -1 i l MC-: i i o n Per] I n o I o o o n o .11 J K TIII.I rr l i n 4 2 I i l l Dvrk. n .Mi . . rl on. a-Pnpncrt out for fipmr - ' l l ^ n r r c n . , I l n r r f s i . p I Mnrthnn. p ! h n v r n e Tola!* «h r h 5 I n V n l l m r r rl 5 1 2 Srhnwm. r S 0 I Krll. .Ih ^ n 1 H t f n h f n i ^ II 0 l.lpnn. in 1 I II Goortmr.n : ; i ^ "w. a 1 n I Grrnm. id I n o W h l i r r 0 0 n Troin. p 1 n 0 /-ThrniTrir \ p n il ,i n r l r k n r r . p -5 » « Tnl.l.. Hi r h ·: 0 1 2 0 0 Leplon Nine Loxej To Mu$kogee,4-3 V. "..MI. M i n n .1,?- Th- denii-.'.'j , , f f , , ,. i . y^.-jpnj, ,, |ln f- Hrv M I - ; , n - ·,·{·· mm" 01 l h e Hoor :s finiir.; ;,, , i a ,-n]r.-.- * '.vr.ile longer. Ai-.'i:i! i ' i -l-i-.s ajo Middbroff. ' ·· -.!:.[«. i-o r A jj^ r f d r!es?r'in.i[ 111" t n u r m n ' - t . i golf circuit (or a i .1 !e t - , -,. h.-i.-k to hir ottlc?. He ..i,. . . , , . [ i,,. , i l | n ,i ar .^^ a( , r e s u i t P i - " t ,\- f l i j i - n - ^ t h p f i r s t couplt of H.T -. n' MI'* Mr.:,ir Citv Open in l:'lrn!l ln-inei-l i-'nnae his m i n d . f ' n · on t h n t t o u r n a m e n t and Y e i l e r ' l a y he srore:! hlj ncond \ - i i t o r v in a \veeU -- sliootlng a r e r o n l - l y l n g 72-hol» 2S6 to take lop mon-y of j;,',nn in tho St. Paul Opfn o\-rr Keller Course. l i e pliiye-l pin-1. hut not ipw: tr-fiilar. rolf the tint Uvo dayB. i I I I " rTi-fl"--!.:n l e f t him three '· Klroker, csi-k of Henr^ Ransom, i SI. Anrlrpw.i. I I I . On t h e third day, wi'.h ;i hich v.-inri civins most eon- t " - t i i n t s trouhle. he marked up · (17 t ' i tin three strokes ahead. I'ii;;.in2 i i i - i l l i . i n ' l y , he ndod a r,'i y o : t ' - r r i i \ - to tie th" record fnr f - i '·· i M ' i ' » ! :··: hir.t ye.ir at Krlley l»- l , l - , - - d M,-in-:rum. Chiraso. S,-,, s - e - u l . W h i l i Sulphur S P I I M : - . W. Vn., po-keted $1,800 ivli-n he .-"111"'! a fi7 to his earlier roiin-!'. ,,f M.n-T f o r a 72-hnlt l n ! - , l i.f 2 7 1 . \ i:.m o.n, ro leader w i t h «4 th« I n - : 'lav, and leader at 130 a f t w t-.-i ( i - - v - i . f l n l i - h e d ii strok- behind ,Sn"?rl In u i n S l / n n . I'eM r o u n d of the f i n a l day -- a 111 hy .~k" Hie-;-!, TulM, Okla. -- R.IV» I ' l n i "71 nii'l a tie w i t h Rode \':nrcn7.a, Buenos Aires, r i h . K.-ich won 1,100. Thp v i s i t i n g team from M u - k .lunii 5 I 1 1 i i 2 .T 0 S I .T · 5 I 3 2 o n i o n l o o ; 17 » II I BHtcn 4 ,!· It ·OITOH " " ' ~[TTStUlinH l r h ah r h Jethroe. ff 3 1 0 Bartr'mp. Ib 3 0 0 l.ocan, s 5 1 1 Croat. .'.^ 4 n n n. Ib 3 0 0 Mrtknvirt. ct 4 1 .1 By The A'sncialrd F'ress C l e v e l a n d 1-2, W a ^ h i n ^ t o n 0-1. A m o n t h n^o, \vhen f'e Ail:,r Philadelphia fl-I, Chicago 0-7. C'rarkers took a fast nisrd' I nioi i fi-lri. Boston 8-3. St. Louis S-0. yrno 10 inninps. . Osrdon. If r-nocr. r Mithews,3b Pi'lmir. ^b D'nicLv rf Surkont. p H o o Kincr. 3 0 l Psil. rl 4 0 I r,, ra ; 01a . c 3 1 0 Morr-n. 3h 3 1 1 ' S ' r k l n d . 2b 3 0 - 0 Fi-hcr. p 'Fripnrt. p '' *Pa'm*. p II t 4'Td'a'i i I I 4 0 0 1 4 0 1 * " " i s;;i 1 0 n j o n n 12 2 fi NATIONAL LEAGUE W L . . 53 22 .. 40 a--Fouled out for Friend in R:h. F'litnn .. . 230 0:1:1 0(10 -I Pi't«h'irfh OOT 000 002-2 E--Rjrilmore R 1 }!---Trrgwon. Gord"n 2. I.Of^n Ki:lf?r " " B -- ' o ' ^ n STick'snd. HI--Klnir S--Sure"' D" ?. Pi'lrbur^h S nB--^i-hrr 4 5inr\n,i' 2. Frlcn-l I. l,»Paimr 1 l ;O- ^ n r k i n 4. FricM 2. J^nalm- 1 '!O--ri.h-r 1 In I'i: Friend 3 In fi 1 ,: Lpn^lni- n in i n A: ER--F'«hrr 4-4 Frirn'l 0-0 Surknnt ···. T.aPa'm" n-0 IIBP--F»hrr I.Ielhrnp tlan : r!ii.. WP-- Fih?r W i n - nrooklyn . . ,\'e\v York - . 4 0 29 SI. I.ouis .,, 48 35 Chicago 43 33 P h i l a d e l p h i a _ . . 38 42 C i n c i n n a t i . . _ _ 35 47 Boston _.. 34 47 Pit If burgh . . 2 3 62 Sunday's Results Boston 4-2. P i l t F b u r g h 2-1. rnilad?!phia 7-f. Chicago 3-2. C i n c i n n a t i 10-2. New Ynrk 2-4. Brooklyn at St. Louis postponed, rain. r x are B-iIlanfant '··--·'·V SECOND (S«Mf B-sion n-n oil 010 -.2 7 0 Pi'tsburgh nm om m i -- i ? n .^«ter IWPI ,-inrt PI Clairr: M n ^ n Wilhi it.Pi f n\ M^Cllllonsh. nuratitila Cardinal Trwrtt Can?!) Sclw For July 21-24 rayetteville w i l l be lhe s i t e of one of the f i r s t summer " t r y o u l ramns heinc staged hv the St. Louis Cardinal baseball orcani7^- tion In a nation-wide search for diamond t a l e n t . The camp will he held al the Washington County Fair Grounds diamond. July 23 and 24, and w i l l be under the direction of Scout Fred Hawn. of Fayetleville. Pbycrs between 17 and 23 are eligible to a t t e n d the tryouts. \vhleh will set under way at I I s. ·n. farh day. Players p a r t i c i p a t i n g arc requested to b r i n e t h e i r nwn shoes, cloves and u n i f o r m s if possible. Travelins expenses w i l l be refunded In the event * player is sinned to i C a r d i n a l contract. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. . 5 40 ... 5H 41 f i r s t ' f i o m firsl to f i f t h piace ir j Southern A s s o c i a t i o n , few r,r fiave them n-.iKh chance o! ix 1 illR the top spot n n y t i m o S'i Pel.; But a f t e r one of t h e .-ten .707 romeb.lcks of t h e vear, ( h a t 1 : -62R ,-ictly where the Crackers .578 perched today. They v a u l t e d to .524.1111! «ame lead b*- t a k i n c n do-i- .427;.VO and 3-1 w h i l e New Orleans .420 was losing to Birminsham C-5. · ^ ' ' I C h a t t a n o o g a nn-.hpd f'^e Pe'- inlo the third soot n-ith tu-o v 1 lories over L i t t l e Rock 4-1 an ' 2-1. I n a n o t h e r i l n u h l e - ' i r n n V r . N a s h v i l l e trounced Memphis 15-fi anrl n-.l. The I^iokonlp' t w i n viclories "!- evated t h e m from s"-ond in HiirH. one perrenlaqn point ahead of Je-rrv H v 1 n '· Li"i'-ick of Leveret t h i r d . I n t h r whrn w i n n i n g run an srhonl Levrr"M t r - i i ; f n - v i - n f . l e f f e In Feninj- p j n r . n tncll was ···r-con'I. an o-irl. l,-v-rn ' f o u r t h , and R Vrw Orleans, 'op. po-i- p l - l y . ele. ! . .In k Iliiiln- ,,f : l pl:ier.. A l h r - 1 nn -ecnnrl. an-1 · of nnl-s t h ; r , i . n;. L-irry T r a m - i 1 Paul Berry was v i n n c r s \v e r e : ! . -Ieffer:-Mn r r r . ' t ' l i r r i . Peabodv ' f-- RlBni- -n'-Kkl ?. . MIII.-. Krnnrrtv K Ari-n-k. h Fill"! llnl- .,,,, Krn- w h i c h had been on C l ' a i t a n n n q a ' s n i g h t c a p \-|,-tr M y line on G r n r Verbid's sincli- in ·f 1 I t ' ' K - i l h Ivo m-n o u t . n ·orcrl I-:u;s Clnry f r r . m M-i-myl ' i n n i i - c h i i i l e i - . - v. ere .Sonny D i x ' and Xeke 7,eis?.. ;·»· York fi. C l n r i n n a l l n nn ··-rtv I. S n r n c r r I. Pi-rk.m-ik' 4 I sn-Sp^nrrr .1 . pr-kTi-ill 4 H o " h e n n p r t v S In 3 I n n i n g ifncfrl l«-n tntli-r* in 4!h': Snrnrpr 4 In 3: GreCK 5 In » U S , - F.R.-Kennedy :,·"· Sn-nrsr "-n: Hrrre 3-3. Innnr-.."rrkownki I7-B- i.os-r- K r n n r r i y f?-3i. tl- arrfiry. I'.'.ir- '"'sieOND eiiKi£ T 2 ; r ' ^-fw York "00 flfin w 4 i i Cinrlnnnlf 100 not onn ^ ^ n l»ns,-:i IWPI. Wilhrlm an HViinim Nuvhall ,KPi «nd Srmlnlck. The IJ. S. Marines have used ships, p l a n e s , all tynes of motor i r a n - p o - t ami r .-ulet in rc/-enl op- e r a t i o n ? , but in I f l n j ;, force of I I - K. M;irines u:n-l cain'-ls H u r inc an operalion in X o r l h A f r i c a K i . . nn. Vh I fnr M i d l l o n in It'h ( nut for Trnul in 7lh oot no · mm n ;, nni 100 n.lo 3 .1 J. O r r n r r t n n ! - y i i u n i Marlon 2. firrnrrl J Con-l- · -. 2B - C m i r l n r v . n r r n e r l . M « r i n n . W h i l e HH--GncH|. ^rl. Wh,!^. S--Coodrnnn no YnuiiK i n r t Kn-hoskl: CnnrlniHn n n ^ G r r n ^ r ! 'rtniin nnrt Gr'rnrrt [.«!! III. 4 llnunn 7 HH Trim! il ·n I. Hilritmlie 1 S O - T n u i ' I r-r ^.^H-.Til^n I. Harrl«| s. Hol- M l p r In f l f l h l n n i n " i H i u r l ^ i .1 MarTinn 0 In '. llnlrnm'i- , Trou: 7 m 7 i) n n k n. r | | n 3 i TCI! - 1i--rdf n 2-1: llarrl.l 3-1 I n 0-0; Hnlcnmhft 3-3; Troul 3-3 '· · n r l r k n p r 0-0 HHP -Trout ( D v r k i I I HarrLH iF.v»r.). WP-B-ardfn 2. w i n - ' nor-BHrkncr i l - n . I.o«rr Hslcomhf i n - 7 l 1;--Pannr»ll«, Dii'ly UnniniH in' Bf-rry. T--" 1 )" 1 f- -27001 ,»it i · ICOMD 0*MI ' i Madia, SI. Lnu x-- M- ,LPi. n nnn nn* ll iWP. n 1 I tl Whli. ·ko K -,., Okl.i.. took H d v n n i r t f c i -' Inoie f i e l d i n g by Kayelteville's juniors !· .v,-,,, 4 ~. yeKtcrriay n f t e r n o o n . Three '·ostl-. 1 errors led to all four Muikvge'c runs. Al K n o x pilehed a f o u r - h l l l e r and u l l n w e r l nn earned runs, bul · w«.i chanted w i t h the lo.".-. He ; struck mil n i n e and w a l k e d hvo. Lewi.' pirkeil up the w i n , i / i v i n c up eiehl h i l i . x t n k l n t ; oul 10 n n d w a l k i n g t h r e e . ; Muskocee broke m i l on loo in the second i n n i n u nf the c a m e ptriyed ,il t h e C , , u n I y F n i r firniinds. (;,orii. s t w i c e on n don- ' hie, an error and a t n i 1 ' " F.'-vctin. v i l l e lied the counl in l ' i e f i f t h on .1 slnsle, a w a l k and a dnuMo. hut an error, a slnale and ? 'vild n i l . i, in t'-e s i x t h put the v i s i t o r s b a r k in the lead. The local ("am a c a i n 'Jed t'-e count In the lasl of t h e s i x t h ,m n w a l k and two sim;Ir-r The w i n n i n g run was scored in the seventh on a w a l k , an error and a lonjr fly lo l h e o n t ' i c ' d . The F a y e l t e v i H e i,.-, m loaded lhe hasej in the seventh w i t h one out. b u t ,?n DM .it'emnied n'.n-- ··· BRWTOn For ATTORNEY GENERAL Eniliirn-d IOU% A( Hpm« By the Lawyer, ol the 12th md 15th (urlicial Circuit!. Atlanta . .. Chattanooga Mew Orleans 41 42 ! Mobile .. 50 16 ! Nashville 4R 46 ' B i r m i n g h a m 42 48 , Memphis . . .. .. 40 52 j I.rltlc Rock . . 37 51 i Sunday's Revilt* '· A t l a n t a 5-3, Mobile n - l . i Chattanooga 4-2. Little i 1-1. : N a s h v i l l e l.i-fi. Memphis .5(50 .Mfl .518 .521 .4(15 .4(il .4.1; .420 6-3. NEVER IN THE CELLAR B i r m i n g h a m 0, Xcw OrXnns 5. The Courts Municipal Court : O. E. Rrork was finer] $4S nnd srnteriM". to a day in j a i l in M u ; n i r i p a l Court t h i s m o r n i n g nn * r h n r n r nf d r u n k rlrivinij and dnv- i n K an a u t o m n h i l p .vi!h no t a i l l i f i h ' . D f l m f r Calrs was i i n p f i $.T for f o l l n " / m n a f i r e t r u r k lo t h « sren? nf a fire. Onn y i u t h was f i n e d $5 for ; d n v m g an a i i t n m n h i l e w i t h a ' s i r n i i h * pipe a n d a n o l h e r u-ns I f i n e d $1 fnr d r i v i n g a car w i l h J no m u f f l e r . i DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PROMPTLY Quick Sanitary Service Fayetteville Rendering Service Coll Coll.tt No. 1819 Yoiif Form *n4 Ranch Scnitory u , WA sts.we TON. MAM sr^ **y Mve ro GO TO Bo3 POKTCP.f/ei.C OH FOR r Wote In Business lo Serve You T7iO(','.s True, o! Your Carrier as Well as Your Newspaper! "H!MK or nin--ii's i :!n| it · i m t l r r v.-hat ; er y-^i;r cnny ar/l '-Inof tifn'i? ir.nl rr.iko y Iif» r tof." :n roTJim orijoyr !!.r. '·j-vorno-- ti srrv« yr.- Ih" i'l't irtit his no\v.-rnr.»r h.s r - « n h'.i:..n»r,!i T-f.-pns" pr'-pifr Tiiv T. he pli'isus h:'. ni;:-T,*r.i v.-iiii p r o i n p ! rielivorins, rnq'ilor collerticns ar.d rir*f--: ri!i cn :;on lo nd-i'rers v.-iicn !a:r.;i.nr, rr.ivn in rr o»l. Ri:-h n h-.rrr '\f\rt '.··/ system a-;siiror. I bssl p-,...-.h n!v;r.pxjj;«; : : c r v : c » Icr y or.d p . r r . v i d f l s pioiilnblr business ln for ysar carrinr hoy. tlput I i m i he cn!!s nt y:.nr horn?, Q«I belter ocq'iamlsd v/ith ih;i omblli'.'.i.i y o n n f j b-ijinentman. 11«« v/nll worth knowing and encouraging n i l you can! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES r. ts ·WR

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