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Winner OfMarciano-Matthewf Bout To Get Shot A t Title Reds Move Into First Olympic Competition N 0 " Scej Yankws As Besl Twm ln Big Leagues, But Agrees That Ba'ance Reynolds Paces Of Power Has Shifted lo National Loop AL Pitchers In j ERA Department: Hew York-(^)-Jer»ey Joe Walcott is dan|Ung the million-dollar 1 prize of a September heavyweight title shot before the eager eyes of Rocky Marclano and Harry Matthews. ' "I'm ready to fight the winner," said Walcott yesterday a f t e r Marciano and Matthews w.ent through the formality of signing for their ID-round elimination bout July 28 at Yankee Stadium. "We're ready." said Felix Bocchicchio, Walcott's manager. "We can't sign yet because WP dnn'i 1 fcnow where it will be. But Joe will go into training ramp fie last week in July, probably at Atlantic City. "If Marciano wins, it belongs in the East. If Matthews wins, it belongs in the West. Maybe San Francisco, Lop Anpeles or even Seattle, his home town. "New York would be okav with roe--if I get my mans^cr'.^ license. But we've got tn get our champion's share--45 per cent -- no matter whore we qo." Bocchicchio had no license to manage in New York State and Bob Christcnbeny, chairman of ibe State Athletic Commission, has indicated in i),,rt statements he would not be welcome. "We'll cross that bridge when we come to it." Christenbeny paid yesterday. "At the present time. Bocchicchin has no application pending in New York State." Many observers believe a Walcott bout in September with c i t h e r Marciann or Matthews would bring back the old million- dollar days because of the possibility of a younger man dethroning the 38-year-old champ. Hoeff Pitches Bengals Past Yanks, 8 To 2 New York -'/P)- hoodie Billy Hoe't, 20-year-old lefthander. v:on h!s first major league game to:Iay v.'hen he hurled the last place Detroit Tigrcrs lo an --2 win over tr:c league-leading Ncv York Yankees. For Dolroit the win manpcd a f i v e - f a m e brins streak; for Yanks it r-nded a four-ga^e win streak. Hoeft weakened in the excessive h£at and had to be rslieved in the eighth, but Hal V.'hite, veteran righthander, came on to preserve the win by b l a n k i n g the champs in the last two frames. Jim McDo.iald, ore of the Yanks' Ec:ond-line flingfrs, was the recipient of the b?s. Ho, however, was more a victim of his own m s t f s than of the Tigers. McDonald opened the game by v.-a!kirg t h e first man up. He fanned the rrror.d bat'er Mit the third got on base via a \vi!d throw on an easy grounder by Billy Martin. \Valt Dropo then singled to f i l l I:-- bases and Yo.ii Berra threv: i -i riiiM fHd trying to pickoff opo at first. That allowed two runs. Phelan Set For Opening Drills With Texans Dallas Pro Grid Squad Said Better Than 1951 Yanks -* Helsinki - I i enters Olympi i - Snvirt Russia* competition tn- | night for the first time in history. ] On t*e soccer (ielri nt Kotk*. a j bare 32 miles from the Russian j border, the big, husky all-star j team o' the Red Army from Mos- · cow v.'il! meet their friendly j neishbors from Bulgaria. | The match is one of nine pro- . liminaHes to tf-e conuinr Olymnic i soccer cnmnetitinn which hn*ins · S.lturdy. Kotk« is four hours by j slow train from Helsinki, hut M- ! most sll the foreien visitors in ! Finland are planning to make the ; iaunt. I ! The game probably will be a · ! Hood one even though the Soviets j Dallas Retting the club together for 1ft nervous who nlanked Hnwn S300.000 to obtain the New York Yanks franchise in the National Football League. Phelsn is confident he has a better team than the Yanks nf 1951 whom he coached to one victory, two ties and nine defoatfi af- | ter taking over thrre weeks late. j "I have n better squad, much I more denth and. of ''our 6 *, m^f* fanvliarity with the players," Phelan said today as he prepared to send the first contingent M athletes to Kerrville, m south Texas' hill country, for the train- The Yanks had been work Inst · I t o d a v Texas fields its first major ; t n e i r Eastern European allies 1-1 . n f H f , Nev nrofession?! football team. Since ! JP 01 "**- Thc Russians are a prim. · A m « r i«. n 'February 1, graying .Jim Phelan.! f a v o n t e to win the Olympic soc- i the veteran coach, has been in ; ccr / In the othrT sorcc-r Barnes ton i g h t -- a l l player! in Ih" n a t ' i r a l brilliant lighting of the 1nn Finnish summer evenings -- Yugoslavia will meet India in Helsinki, Hungary will play ftomania at Torku, Poland will tacklt France at Lahti ind Denmark will face Greece at Tampere. T h e preliminary basketball competition, defined to rhort an j original entry ot 23 down to 18 by i n , T the time the eames ooen. runs in- 1 a~, to its second dav of double elinVn- atlon. The. United Stales. Soviet Russia and eight odor trams were given free passes through these wnrmunp. The first drawings fnr t r a r k , nut three weeks lat fall before i ? v c n t * yesterday put Americans j PHelan wa 6 named coach to re- I ' nto shouW«r-lo-*houldcr cnmnet-- | place Norman ( R e d ) Strader. I t l o n w ' t h t h c Russians in the 4nn- i Phelan will mnd hit centers. 1 quarterbacks and several ot^er I backs to Krrrville July 27. The | remainder of the squad will ar' rive there August 1. Full scale practice will op^n August 2. Phelan. a former college coacl : w^n has been tntorine pro t^ams . I fnr four years, talks much like a . (~* fa* r/n \ J 7 i college coach of his prospect?. We . Vj iVl'J C/*\ i £ * J * i won't predict what the Dallas | * -t r\ I T" 1 'Tnyjns will do this season except \\M ](ttfj rTf/IMP \ tK-it he feels they w i l l b«? an im- * J - v / f i v M. 9 \*tti\s : proved team over the Yanks. 23 of ! whom ar? on the Texan sauad. ! Phelan has convinced the rich I Tcxans who own the club that j t s py must not exnect a champion- i shin or even a break-even club i thc first year--'hit it will tak* at j leapt a year to build a contending , team. , Phrlan will have fin men on the i line, possibly a t h i r d of them ix' n - t - i v u en he calls the roll at ' Kerrville. The Trxans play their first exhibit inn Augurl 23 with Simmons, Roberts Stinai*.*! 1 Hitlers In National Loop York - f V A l l . p Reynold-; Yn'-k Yankees the I'm Rr JIM KFNSIL Nrw York - iPi - It's heen a baseball maxim fnr years tn say t h a t the A m e r i c a n leaguers KO for I'T hist inning w h i l e the bnys in tlio N'at : onal nre content tn play for the ono run. Ilut now w i t h the recent display j nf pnwor h i t t ' n c by ihc yenidr cir: cuit jilayprs in the \M\t\ few All- Star games nnd w i t h the current i home run and HPI lolflls shnwini I the A m ^ r i ' M n Lra?ne IrnHpi-s t r n i l i ing t h r l r N n M n n a l ronicmpnrarieP. ! one hrt»ins to wonder if things haven't chnn?ed. Erskine Blanks Cards On Three : MM To I St. Louis - I/Pi - r.irl Erskine. . Brooklyn's l l t t l f r ' l h t h a n r t M \V-i7 1SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayatlsville, ArkanMH. ; TuoiHay, J u l y 15, 1952 Goodman And Addis Leading Batters In Major Leagues lin'r 1 I meter h u r r l e heats and in one ! 800-meter heal. There w i l l be no . American-Russian meetings in the , tirst round of the 100-meter dash. ^Athletics Nip ms i ' leader today nit h ourrh h- onlv a "sl'eht r-lirp ovrr P'-'ji' 1 ' 1 '" 1 - nhia' 1 ; Rnhhy S'vnl? pnH M - h p pri'"ip. r i ( N vcland's hard-working Earned run aver.i^es comnilrd I Royno'rh has flMowcrt only 23 i r*jM''i(yi run*; i*i l^JR 'in'PGs for a ' l.-IT pvcra«e. Reynolds has a 11-4 ;. the A'= bnlt'nnt "ni-t^- clnsp brhlnd ibn Yankee nt I.ft7. S'^ri'T a 13-iam^ winner, has ncrmlttpd 70 rarnM runs In IM I n n i n p t whil-? Gar" : a. with 13 victories f»nd six prthTits. hjj«? ffiven up 30 earned tallies in 162 In thr .-Mnlinnal Lro-rii'*, 1f "'*- hander C'irt P i m m o n s nf thp plifl- a H » l n h j q phillirs, JTo"firT n f t r o n t in the Army. bo3--ts t'^r. Jnwrrt oornerl run ;]vcra"p. 2.13. r n bin Roberts, n n o t h ^ r of Steve O'N^.P.- hurler.-. is next in lin«? w i t h 2.24. .Sitnmot'f. 1ms allowed ^.1 cnrn"'' runs in 93 innings and Rnbr-"- 12 in 169. In nnlrr to find nut about this we asked the man who has hern closest to both Icflfiites of late. Marly Mat-ion, 1951 St. I/itils Cardinal skipper and fnr the past f i v e works manner nf the Ft. Lnris P.rnwn. 1 *. virws it this \Vfi.v: '·L'. i a n urs rlon't mran The BVP w h u i r-.surit. If in the past the American Issuers cmisisicntly went for t' - c big ·*.- n i n g , it was because they had the malprial. "Take us. for Instmire. Wr're nn American I.cflguP cluh, brt v.-p shutout la-;t Hon't have t^e power tn .10 for the · the pitched niRht as the league-leading Dod- ccm turner) hack th* t u s t - m n v i n R St. Louis Cardlnalit. 6-n. P l a y i n g w i t h o u t srcond ha*«- j man .Iar';if Rnbin:;'in, rrJlfH t n ! Mrw York bv the Mr'aip^ nf his I nythiriR. , u-ifp, t'-r I")-)rlgRr? hnnrirrl (hp j Cardu t b p i r FeronH ]o?«i In t h e l n - t 13 games. Tho Bum« h f v f now won six nnd losl six to the Cords j this r n p*on. i F-r^k'ne In nicking up his n i n t h j win a"n'nrt two losses permitlnd ,|, »in*lp In i h r first, a double in ; Si PiersB'l lack In Dixie Sp^liigfi'; " *im C*? l t i i ? '. rhfrmn i',-1 \ f '\ P rt 'l So '··r:'.-i) i flb'Hit rf A m e r i c a n I.f»;iRue !r tn"b':i h' 1 r^! i iTi! t^r Phllnrieiphi* TMn!n. 'n-nn. t'-e 10SD b.ittinf u e'i list k i n g p i n . I^-t ^'--"ik n i | r Thi A»Q; Tr Pir-r.i- H. t'.io i ruv r- .,.;^ ni n -,lflrl"rr v. .1., -i t l \ .1 Iv- 1 n f ;i mnf' Tribe, 15-4 Inning. We hove to play for the one run." Marty yayr he's loo busy right now t r y i n g to find oi:t \vh»*V j wrnn" w i t h the Browns to be i Mothered abmit t h n N a t i o n a l J I,en quo. but the p i n y l n g pIM ; ngrcrs l s r t t h o W I . f i n s n i n a n c e in 1'^mcr f u r l rw-'iPi'M-'n l--dfrs shows t 1 '? loon hnl'ls a s ' s n i f i c a n t cdpe In pnwpr. 1 jt.v.Tvrr, tlif slim s 1 'nfl«-top dor^n't t h i n k n n y tpfim in the N*fit i n p n l c:in rntnparo w i t h the New York Yankee:-. "Nnt rvrn Ilrnoklyn, Marty'."* "·Nut n\-r i n nrmk'.vn. The Y a n k s may not I-;JVP t h o slug^ors they used to l^ivc or m t y not hfive nr many lonl-ball hitlers us t h n Dodgprs. but they have thr hal- ance. They'rp more balanced than nny other club." ninth. H« w«s never trouble pnd a filnttle tn thr \}-\^ :* ' i n (tcrlour, _ 2R, /.-.-t lo .T 1 n-.-t nf ; - , - , - ; . · , h-,11 . _._ ! bowed in Ne\v Origin? .'l-r. L»«lti I The n n m k - l o v I n K Pi-r :«1I !ii-"l ·T. tOUt» . (o ,-nnvinc« u m r l r p Fnnk C i - i c l . Shubv tr "nrlllp. rf ' ^ I fl Frh'd'n^t. 2h 3 ! l Minli-1. cf 1 n n ^miihter. rf * o r fii-i^f. ih * n ) M. Rir«. If 4 I 1 O. RI-*. 4 0 n Bnyrr. 4 i : Vnh- ?4 * '" ' n ri n l 0 o n n n o n n n n n in TIrf. nireal?nin| Ltller I Carswell Air Force Base at Corris F a i n ' a m , pus Christi. ] nvcr second Hwrn For IM Win, 6-2 PhiladcIphia-f/P)-Dsve Philley's | fourth hit, a clutch single in the j Washington - f/) r '-Helned -. 10th inning, gave the Philadelphia ' hy fiv* C!?ve 1 ,"n' ! . errors and Athletics a 2-1 victory hire last I hasrs on balls !'r Wj^ni; night over tne Chicago White Sox. | Senntnrs turned on I'^eir tur-"-"--- I Philley also batted in thc A's first \ tors ycst^rrfgy to the t u n e of a 15- run with a booming triple in the * victory. The Nat': mniilpd r o"r first inning. Indian pitrhers for 13 h i t s inclur 1 Harry EyrH, A's starter \vho m S H home run by Jackip .Ipnsen. went HI thp way. shutout the Sox ! Clcve'and canned p t a r i p r and n i n t l t . The vanning run came n ' PPfrcrl on t h r l r \vny to .nnnthcr a wa'k, a perfect sacrifice by Fer- w ' n over t h e luc^l-ss Senator*. nd Philley's line drive ! However, the N a t s bounced back . to (junrtl Sn»hn the Idler n -- O r n u n f l t r t out fnr Y u h w Inn'ri* h - M M f n ' n fnrcf piny f"i rnai'^r tn Blh. n-nriti'-n mn fViii 100-6 S' I,o'uH MO 000 000--fl r_Non*. Km-Cox 2. Shtilii. Cnni- nnnelli*. ftntrirr. ?.fl~Krsklnc. SB- - ·Vft*. DP--I). Rii fcntl .fohnton: Mini*' Schnrnrtienst nnfl Sl*lrr. \'f - mus. Schn-nllrn*! unrt Klitfr L«M-- 4 n n ' Orlpnns' I)-il" 4 fl I ' G i r a i n v ;isn't . l o o « n i i},,, hriv" 3 0 0 1 r , ' ''" '" ' x ' ,t n n . t i m p J-IIM-P n f t ^ n ft ! Mnrnn Mnm 1 PirtT.ill ;rlmir not r n t c h the hill In the niily ( rjalln'i K H M I P Ruck t u m h l ' " ! l . i t l l r Hcifk'.-; v l r l r - r y Tnivrlri-; wiU'l'i t h i m r - f i t · · · ( (Htints of :lm Fcv?n'h -l ( - . r - |- 'Berth rlunr, nrn 12 fl^nms nut ·' first pl/icr. KPII H i u n n h r h ' * rc-irnrl OIIP Tni, run a f t e r ^rltitig on with n liu.ib!" and then lut'Tipred for n .^"r"'!-'! tally. Hnl Slnip"ori knocked on-. 1 out of t h e n : i r k w i t h one m r n c-i Dixie U p r i g h t n-o'.ti'.t"d for ln!*i ··unvl'i.-H .in-l ' » · · : in-f'» 1h- t! Mi nin-! :h" I', TOP . ·r H"'l rinthlt f rM'i htrr hr fii-1 i ri th" fly. I ·u'hrrn A-t'i-. ni'^hl. Uttl"! m'l'-l Mi' ! I ' i ^ i"' 1 --t;'s ;.'!'·'"· p ork Wfl- V n r ' h I 1 .-r-tflif'nna! points on hi.* avnr- ;i n i - r - r p t r i H v n n t r m e over Fain, H-'n 'VII to t'^P pla»« 22 timH -·/f-i"" I'ip'-rH 11 points tn .324, ·:nn*! f nnuph f'-r n rrrond place Y'iri:. 'Figures Include yesterday's In t h p National T.r.igue. Bob A-1,1 ... r*».ir»an Cluh outfielder, n" 1 '.- n' ];-.'* .T regular in the line- u p , - u : i r . " " l hy takini; over tho iivrl fi-oni the perpetual p»c?-set- ter, Kt;in Musla! of St. Louis. A-M|: has Sfl hits In Ifl7 appetr- nnmT fnr a .335 figure, six points Jifonve M u r i o t , \vhn dropped four pn'-i's nv«;- !'T work tn .329. T * - ' [ I ' C K to n IS-point nosedive l,v Cl-vni-in'l's Al Htiwn, in third n'.-"ii ].t-\ \vrek. anri a nix-point In · by nn.tnn's Genrg^ Kell. f n m r i H v/rrt, Pr0i Mirkey Mantle of Nr\v York rnnved from f i f t h to fnnrt'i. n!t l "ugh dropping two points tn ..llfl. .-Kr.-k'n* *. Boy n » i i f r 1. HO--**" Yuhm 1 in 1 ' , I. T i c f r - Inn'h?-:. 7 irt 2; i Bnyr S-3: Yith-Jt n-t): T l K f n n n J '-!: ! V.'crlf d-0 r - ' K - V u h B ' Wtnn*r T -r- ChlcnRri-fypi-Becausc of a thre*'- \ T-:fn-» i " pnn? l n iler. stflr nilchrr Warren J ,?, r ,. rt "v Sp^hn of the Boston Braves w i l l ; " pet police prolcctioi d u r i n g n 3-1 ip»id). .. n i*hief nf En|«ln Thf 11611 Tire Cnmpany re«l!l«r- tun over i|n-|l jlltcrllter. up . rle'.ail ! ed i -2 win nver l western Gns Company Arknnsns yesterday - BITROIT Pesky. ,lb Hat field. Grolh. rf \Vpr!z. rF G'.p.-b*r-. T ?nh^rd*. l?oeft. [i a Berry \Vhitc. p TolalJ ah r IV NIW YORK ah r h 4 ii fl n o n n n n 4 0 2 ·i i ] 3 1 1 JVzzu'o, as M S 1 0 M l l l r r . p 5 2 ryCo''inv ih 4 1 1 P.e-jpr. rf r S i n Mar.i'c. rf 5 0 ^ if ^ I fl M'-IJ'Kilr'. ?h l o fl £b 4 I 0 VnndUiT* If 3 0 1 . T O O M q r i i n . Cb 4 f) n 0 1 o hNoren 1 n 0 1 0 0 McDrna'd. p S 1 2 I T o*;-?. p o n n I IridrwT. s s 5 0 1 SS 8 S Tola's .12 2 10 r.--nun fnr H o e f t in 8'h. b--Fliert nut for in rh. D-T3 ; * ."m ffli 040-- R K--v Vorh '. nil IM 'f' 1 -" n:n"~: V.'hi'p 2 in 2; McDonald 7' s ;- Ho^u? 2 in - i : M n ' r r 0 in l T^ t E R - ' T o r f ; r- ; V/hl!" 0-f: M r - P-^nald T-'- Hn-ru- 1-1: M ! l 1 p r n-f) VBP--Hop't (M?DC"'S^'dl W i n n - r -- Hi"f f (l-^i to-cr--McDonald M-31. U --McKinlcy, S'pvrnr. Xapp. Snmm-r. T--2:5ft. A--3.611. Voder In Trial Heal With R«svan Hurdler HelsInki-fVPi-ThP Hrrl Ampri'-an athlete to face a Ru*Fian rival in the 1052 Olympic camcp w i l l be I-ee Yoder of the University of Arkansas. Voder, n 400 meter hurdler, is tnp sppdcd in the rocond heat of thp race which will he run next Sunday In the nppning competition. Three men from each heat qualify for the second round of trials in Ihe event. Cincinnati - f/P) - T im Hcnrn joined thr Nation?! League's li^t of pitrbcrs v i t h 10 victories vp.s- trrrlay ns he hiirlpd the NP«/ York O i n n t s tn a fi-2 \vin ovrr the Cin- cirrnati TPdp. T'^e Ttiants harked I'carn v;ith 11 singles and four And 1'oam ncorled both tlie offensive nnd defensive siipnort of ; his m*Mes for thp Re^'^es hit h'?; i 'tolivri^s hprd. Dnnhlp-nlays in · the first and second innings kept Hoarn out nf trouble and 1 :i c Reds I mnnnsed nt least one hit in every j ipnim fmm then nn, but with nut j M-- v-rk 6. C-fKlnnVi t ME'V T?r^ CIHOMHTTI ; ab r h' ah r h ^ nmv 2h 5 0 l Trkowxki. cf .i n 3 n^rk ss 5 2 2 ^dams. r;b s fl l l,ifkman. ih 5 2 4 · v --."ak?. rf 2 o 0 y.ilio'.t. rf . 1 2 2 Marshal, r f ^ f n DIorlng. rf 0 0 0 *CluJ':k!, l b ^ n " Tli'mion. ."ib ?» 0 4 MfOck. i r 4 n n Rhnrtc-. !f -* · ' '**f1on. 2h 4 0 1 V'ftstnmi. c S 0 0 ""m'n'pk. r 4 i ;. Th'mps'n. rf 4 0 i 1 McMillan. Hrarn. p 4 0 0_ "I'^b'tT. base. . _ _. Chlesf. l ' CHiCAon PHILADELPHIA »b r h 1 ab r h Rirtrlc'i. 3b S 0 0 .Inofi, M 3 1 0 I Fox. 2 b 4 1 1 fain. · l b 3 1 1 1 M!no;o. rf 4 n 3 Phillcy rf 5 n 4 · Pcblnson. lb 3 0 rZcrniftt. If 4 n l · Ms, rf 5 n 0 The mi*, rf 4 0 1 4 0 fl HilchC'ck. 3b 3 0 ft to score R rim in the first anri · five in the third to get back in TIP ; · in a City Softball LeaRtie contest. ilv u -- - imm | - n rl bv I r e l i m p n : - "v, ---n--* nry of Cub P outfielder Frinkl" ! Tl " "Inntr, collected 10 hils »nd Coleman, Shelly, c . »Brown I.olliir. c Mtrpndo. ; Dnrt'h. p Tolals 2 0 I ' K e H 2b 0 0 0 MutTl.v. i 1 0 o 3yrd, p i 0 3 i 0 1! 1 0 0 t 0 fl 19 1 10 Tolpls 4 f) 1 I 0 1 ! o o 3 2 I «--H»n for Shfrly in 6th. h--Fanned for Pierce ip S!h. CMcico flOO 00!* flOl 0 -1 Philadelphia . 100 000 ooo 1--2 E--Kel 1 . Hitchcock. RBt--ftob^n'On. Philley 2 3B--Ph'lley. S--T»ifre», Bvrrt ?. FHin. DP--Podrlfiiif?.. Fox nnd Robinson. Left--ChicaHn 14. Ph Illicit Iph'a y. BB--Pirrce 2. Dnrish 2. Byrd 5. so--Pierce 1. ftyrd .1. ft tk ER--Byrri i - i . Pierce 1-1. Dorian 1-1. W i n n e r - - Byrrt 6-7i. Lorer- Dor'sh (3-2). 1J-- Hurley. SPT. Froc«P, McGowan T-- W-h r HfA|i ll. Cltvnlm* 4 CltVtLANO . WASHINGTON Sb r h Bh r h Pnne. rf ?. 2 r Ymt. r.-, 3 2 n cHe««n n n n Coan. If r, i i 1I.emon i fl o .ifnsen. rl fl 3 2 B-lsiic. p o n n Runntis. \* ^ . 1 2 7.nrrard:no 1 0 0 Vcrncn, 11) S 2 3 A v l l n . 2h 4 I 2 Rr*by, rf s 3 2 M t ' c h o t l . If 4 0 a'Bpt'br. 2b . i l l Rosen. 3h S fl n Sny'T, 2b 0 0 0 MajMkt.'Sn 5 ft 0" Gre."30. c 4 0 3 Dohy. cl I I I Cnnru'frn. p i o n S'mpjon. lb i o o S'ru'rr. p 0 fi 0 Ccmhi, ri 3 0 0 Hnynes, p 2 0 0 Tlpjnn, c 3 0 0 J n n c t . p 1 0 0 Rcr.?k. p 0 0 0 I t w r r U . p 0 0 0' I nM"Cnlk- 0 0 01 ' bFridlcy. rf 1 fl 0 Tollh .W 4 S Totili 40 15 13 ' I HaumholU. One of Spnhn'r pilches 1 struck and broke Raumholtz' right i hand. ade no crrort. The losers man- BRcd but f l v » hits nnd committed four errors. Fiqhts Last Nioht (By TH* Amnrlnteri Fret*) llrnnklvn -- KllKfllr llnlrston, HI. Nrw York, s'.nnpctl Billy Kll- | BMIC, |«J, Miami, Flit., fl. I M r n n k l y n -- J n h n n y Lnrnhnido, | Johnny Ctrky. 151. lie* Moinc*. R. i ChicsRo--Chc.'lcr Mltxr.nln. 15B, i Chlrnxo. ."topped ChnrlM Hlllard, 157, CMcttv, *. PpnMcoli, Tin.--ncd C«rneron, 11W, Ncwiirk. N. .1.. knocked out ,!»rk lUrrtlnK, 191,". N.Y.,«. CHICK SPECIAL 8c MCh Htxrr MIXED ARKANSAS ·roilir Hatc'rtiry TittfrnTi'** rtrfltrrmt, «i Tkt " R t c k i t " NIW H y . r a y l i c Stiirlm Is so i i c r e l i H j iisy ti tin yoi en i c t i i l l j . 1 a Edwards · 2 1 1 1 0 0 n o n 39 fl 15 ion's n n n o o o i n ii p n n n 1 n n 35 2 10 a--VVa'Xcd for Podh:'ian in 5th. h - R a n Trr Ertward% in 5;h c--r^nncd for Hillcr in 7th d--Fnnrd tetr niackwrtl in H h New York "in 0?n I(in-fi C i n r l n n a l i 100 Oin 001- i: E--\nnr R B I -- E l l i o t t 2. Thnpvon : -. Wcitrum. Al«m 2. 2B-E11loll.. Thomson n. Semlnick. Adams. D P -- ' Williams and Lockman; Thomion. wil- j 'i^nn and Locktrnn; Rlflenshrrgfr. | McMillan and Ku!zewikl Led--New : York S. Cincinnati 10. nB^H'arn 4. i n n e r 1. R a f f f r n s h r r K c r 1. Blarkwell 1 . ' SO--Hfarn n. (mffnsWi:o.r I. H i i l « r r 110--RaffensbcrKor 2 in 4 t 3 i n n i n t » ; ' porlhr'ian 0 in 3 \- Hi"er 7. in 2 iVack- ' wMl 1 in 2. ft Af E R -- n a f f e n ^ h - r n e r 1 :-R Podhelian C-o. Hilltr 1-1. H r a r n . '·2-1 Winner--Hcsrn ilO-?l. I x i s p r -- R a t - ' 1 ffnsh;rg#r (10-7i U--Go^lr. Da^roii. . Srcory, Warntke. T-- ::JI. A--'.'.247. Madison Hnrh \ Browns To 7-5 j Win Over Boso\\ Bnston -(A'l- The St. Louis ' brov/ns put an end to a Boston I Red Sox five-game \vinninc sUoak yesterday, 7-5. Rookie righthnnrler ; Dave Madisrn had a shutout through fight and twn-th.rris in- ' nings. At thsl point nick Ornfrt ; hammered » thrpp-run hnmer. I Trl W i l h t i r followc'i ficrnprt ; v.ith a single that srnt Madi.'nn !o Ihe sho-.vcrs in f a v r r nf Earl Harris!. Dom n i M a g ^ i o Rrcot?d . the reliefer wltii a hom^r, but Harris! forced Clyde Vnlimcr In , The nro'..-ns rh.'isrd Borox s l a r ! pr Ray Krarlioronch "'ith a fivr- run n u t h i i r c t of their n\vn in the · fi:-5t frame. I.PS? Mn«s arl-:e:i a home run in the t h i r d . M. !--«! T. |M(» I ·T. Lewis i ab r h Youni. Jb .1 1 2 Mpon. i Rivera, c l 5 1 1 hVollm?r rMlnf. II 4 2 1 Thr'hfrry. r f Kryll'akl, 11; 5 1 J Kell. 3h 4 1 I'Scnmrev cf 4 1 2 Goodman. !b 3 n ; Kveri. If 4 0 0 c-rnrr'. I h 4 0 0 Whit., c i O O Wllbtr. r ; Srar'oinh, p I Nixon, p n--Balled fnr Harris in fith. h--Walkrd for MrCorky In fith. c--Balled for Pope in 6lh. r t -- P o p p f d u p f n r H c i a n f n 6;h. i:--Slriirl; out for Brlnic i n 9'h. C'rveland ?0!) O i l 001- 4 \V*?hiniTtnn IT, :f)1 ,sv·-1;, l-Tiptnn. Comh*. A v i l a ^ S nip- son RB: - M l ' ^ f l l 2. l i o ^ - n V r - r ~ n .·». Birh.v 3. Biker. Grnwo .1. Cosn. Fridley, Jen-en. PB-- Gra.tso. V t r n i n Busb.v. HR--Jon^cn. 5--Cnnfucrrn DP --Bflkcr. Ptmno'jt atr! Vernnn. l.-f - Clcvfldnd R. WftsMncinn 11 BB Jonn .1. Coniurprn .*,. R - i / ^ k .T S'-vor I. Brlsile .1. SO--.lonti a Coriiuc«ra I. Hnynrs 2. H0~.rnni n -rt 2 I n n i n g [nnnf n u t in 3rd l: R r r r k 2 in 1 ' , Hurrfo 0 in PJ: Bris.itr s m .1: Tnn- sii-frfl (! in S 1 -.; S'ra!(*r 0 in n: I l n y n r ^ J In "*",. R fj ER--Jones (l-n Ror^k -V2. BrlHie fi-4, Cn^'teRrn 4-4 W i n - ncr--rftn«ttfjtra in-0). l.nser--Jones i2- Ht U--Honochick. Rohh. Grieve. Pts- sarclli T--2.41. A--4 174 w WITH JUST AMERICAN LEAGUE W Pet. .HI?. , n. rf I T)yrk. 3b " s r l o n . M ttrtlson. p 'arnal, p Sa 7 12 TolaU ·OITON ah r h 4 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 ) ' .1 1 I 4 I I 1 " ' .1 1 1 2 fl I 2 1 I ( 1 0 0 2 0 1 I I I 54 5 ! · New Yf.rk CMc-. eland .. 4 Chicago . ._ 4 Boston ^ Washington . . ^ r h i l n d c l p h i f t . . . ; St. Louis ._ J Uctroit . ; Monday's Results Detroit S. N e w York 2 W.-'.'.liinilrn 15, O.eiand 4. St. Louis 7. Boston 5. Philadelphia 2, Chiragc. 1, in innings. .343 S2S .45(1 .410 -32S W Brooklyn ......... 54 New York St. Louis NATIONAL L E A G U E L 22 20 .1(1 ·IB 45 48 ·17 82 50 .. . . 48 .. .. 43 _____ . 38 _ 35 34 . 2 3 Prt. . 7 1 1 033 .S71 a--Homfrrd for Ntyon in S:h h-- P1IM out for l/poo in f r h S; I.OIIIH SI' 010 000- 7 Bti'lon onn oil 005 -s r--Oooflmin. Unnn H^ T - Xr-ho-kl 2. N|pmr. Dvrk. n r r n f r l J. D!- Macjr;': ? ''B--Vvfra. nyrk, S-hmi'1 ttahinil HR-Mo^. G f m p r V fl'Mnalo »--Dyck DP-Younn. M a r l o n nd . Dyrk. Ynim^ and Kryho. akl K f l l . Goolm^n and Orn*rl. w f l --Kt Loiika a. R n i l n n 5 ··--Rfar- h ^ r f t u f h I. Nixon 2 Madl.ion S SO-- Nlxfn 4 Martl-on H HO--M-'dlton I In ^'i i n n ' n f * . H a r r u i 1 In *)· Ror- Hornuirh ,1 In ,-. N i x o n » In in: fr CR--Madlion 4-4; Harrlll 1-1: fborftuirh ,!.; Nixon 211 . W i n n f r -Million i M i ; l.oj»r--scarh-rnmh M. 1 PiBarplli and --4.IW Bflftum Uptttt FriRct P»rls-(^»i.BHflum iipsrt Franrf. 3-2 tn quDltfy to mttt Italy in the Ki|ropwn Zftn* Duvln Cup llnuls liltr thin month. Philadelphia Cincinnati . Boston Pitlshuruh . Monday 1 .! lte»«llit .New York n, C i n c i n n a t i 2, Brooklyn fi, St. l.oui; 0. r'rii'fiflclplua «t Cilicano, po*t- pincd, rain. Only RamcK icherlulert. aOIITHSUN ASSOCIATION C v Soitb Mi«'i»n 'Mi, Lwr- It. tl--Ptfimel, mrr · Bi4Mr T-l;«. A-4.1 W A t l n n n ............ 51 N«w Orlnna Ch«tunoos« Mobile Niwhvlllf Rirmlnaham Memphis Lttlt Rock Pet. ..IfiO .553 .MI) .521 .195 .4C,2 .430 .427 "ROCKET O L D S M 0 1 I L E ll'a rrallr inrrrilil.!- the wat yml ran »h«U li» RorVfl ( int.. tin- iislnr.l parkin;: .|..vf. l.llfrallT . . . »illi onr (inert! Hut CM l l i i l i a i i l n - .·'trrriin ilir« murh innrr Ilian lhat. Think o( lh« ··ta M(MV o f i l r i % i r n aflrr hnur with timlj ll.. 1 lir M.Y, poiillvf re.pouM of CM -a-ur" .if rrnilrtJ in Unw trt*c litMthw, h l n a - - mora fafctr fof MIT iinuimrt. IfjMnl 5lr»rinf«, ri" «» · «H. W«'ll al«o l»lro*w» .(the rw« IM).h.p. "Ko«ktl" Kudu* Hydft-SUlli e*. (JU M M»l I luppltfil amnm«tiri Airtrinft |rim ?«. » n»w nn rrmfh mid* ir nfi »ln IkW tf» \tj (iM Ihrlfnnlir VHI in th« tlriMim llirilli · · I I Y O U k N I A R I I T O L ^ I M O t l L l t l A l U N»w f i r l r n n s 5, E l r m l n s h u m ,1 I.ltllf Rock 4, Memphis 2. 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