Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 9
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Fayetteville Golfers Accept Invitations To Cup Matches Barnes, Zander On Select List Of Top Players State Links Event To Precede Annual Open Tournament Little Rock-Wi-The Arkan«- Cup Matches here July 30 won t be quite the glittering all-star golf Ittraetion which had been planned Three former state amateur ehampions. Rors Collins of Mon-1 licello. Bubhn Smart of Pin* Bluff i ?iri Vinront Allison O f Fort Smith ' Pilll Collum of El Dorarlo, two I l:m; amnteur funncr-up: Buck I Pops and Ram McKinney, both of Fort Smith, have rlj-closed they w' 1 be unrTole to play. ' I A M except McKinney were I silted to h? princioal members | of th? amateur Cun t?am. McKIn- l nsv was an alternate. | Trat mean-; the onlv s t a t e champs who'll bo among th? sirrion-our?5 takini n-i the state's pr^ at Li'.tle Ro-k Country Club will be Martin Tenney. current e:;-titlist Johnny Buzick of Jones- br-'-^. · l The 20 original principal mem- r-n of tho nmatour tr"n and the 12 alternates wr? the low qualifier.! i-i th? 1052 state amateur tourney. Other amateurs who have said they'll compete in the Cti-i Matches arc: r-rarty Hollo-v.-iv ,,f Little Rock, this year's amateur runner-up; f-e Kennev of Tryr-banz- Piv Crimes. Fayetteville: Barney Os- inrol. .lonesborr: B'llv B-ll' Pint' P.l-ff, p ,us'i Saf.erfrld. Comvav I.vls Ku'f-rt. Ensland: Davis Love. .'r.. F.I Dorado: Paul Dor on r-cne BMdine, Ron Everhart, Tom P-i-.v. l-i.-id M?-k^. Henry TI-- rt'lc. Willie McCrntty ?.nd' D:;n C ron. all of Little Rock. n IWO and '.M and the Arkan^ai O-r.n. whi"h will bo played th-' fe'Hwing two rinv.-. to -'o 11 Penn- jvlvanii and defend his National rera5s= [SPORTS MO«THWBT ARKANSAS TIMIS. hyMtevllh. Arkon.o,.-_ Thuradny, July 17, 19S2 Brundage's Leadership Should Bring About Strict Amateurism In Olympics SEPTEMBER WILL TELL Tribe Manager Still Confident Of Winning American Loop Race Olympic Gym Suit Hclslnkl-i/PiA thoroush shakeup i in tne whol? Olympic program! was forecart today to make rure i t h a t everybody t-.icing part is a ! simon-pure anialeur. The move would be a logical! :;tep in view of the elevation yesterday nf Avery nrundage of Chi-! cage t-i th? presidency of thp j n . j ternatinnal OK-mi-i-: Committee The IOC runs the Olympic pro- tram. Thij has r.rnwn from a handful of spor.s and athletes at Athens in 189B to the present o c - 1 topus of 2(1 spurts and S.OOO competitors for the Helsinki game- wbich open Saturday. i Brunciage is the v/orlrt's leadinc ' advocate of amateur sporls. Ho has fought the Inroads of professionalism f t everv occasion n-ithiut regard to his personal popularity. Both in his position as president of the United Stales Olympic Committee and as a member of the IOC Executive Commission he h-:s opposed any suggestion to liberalize th? interpretation of an amateur. Seminick Sets Error Mark As Bums Trim Reds R * in HC| P J Phllj Beat Pirates, 8-7 New York - tVP) - Manager Al Lon«z of the Cleveland Indians remained firm In his conviction today that his team would win the American League nennanl deinltr- ! lt« douhl- de'e'.t at t^e hands nf the New York Yankees yesterday. HHinT h'« dirH'inointment over Ihe double loss which drooped Ihe Tribe four »nd a Ivilf j.-i-ie^ he- hind t'-e pace-ietting Yankees. Lope/ Inii'tpri hh Indian* would overtake the Yankeei In September. "Nobndv roalirei better than I t h a t the Yankees are the team to · beat lor Ihe flat." he «aid before i lida.v'« twi-nlght doubte-headcr i that endi the five-game aertej here. ; "But I feel certain that we can ' do it. "All I want to do Is a t a v on \ v t heels of the Yankees until Ken- lemlH-r. II we run do thai. «e ·· ill · , huve a sood chimce of ratrhmi; ! i them. You must remember :ha! : ; we finish Ihe irajnn in r'e.-clanrt j thl« year We phv »M hut of ' our l.'.'l 22 B.II"" lit I-',m" 'i-hil* : the Yankee* nlnv of 1'ipir* dliriri Ihe last month on the ' road " ! i Lopez h';iired t ' ' e unmorou 1 : In- · Juries a« ihe rearm] Thy ihe Incli- | ans were in second place I "Al no lime have uc hccn »h!r to fji'l'l inir regular t*-am this year." Al c'lMiolaiiKd. "First Jim Ilenan was xMelin-d hprairr t t Iwisle'l ankle, then Larry lhy mlss-H three week* with pull-d mii.'dej m hoi'i lrc« When 'lohy girt bark. I!«v lltione, our s'-'ll- ilnn. twisted his knee. Hr'i been out two weeks and may he out another week or two. And nnle Mitchell, Al Ro-cn and tVibhv A v . ila rp^-e'l n rminle o' davs each" Cincinnati.(.-Pi-Three first | nn inc eirorr, by catcher Andv Seminick helped the Dodsrrs fl off to a jood slart toward their S-J win over the Cincinnati Hed- less last night. Seminick muffed " pop foul for one mlscue, then twice threw wild to second base in settinR a new Nationnl l,e.«e.ue mark for errors by a catcher in "o? frame. The E»me also saw the end of a bid by Cranny Hamncr to net a new mark Jor number of chance.i «-'-MM by a second baseman " l m i t Brunriase, a wralthv Chicago | wi "jn»t an error, ilalion ri'rapp'eri « "· throw from Seminick in Ih- - '·". " VHTIIlln X . l l l t H g O l-o.c-l executive, server! i'our terms as president of the Amateur Alh- I?lic Union in the United Slatt KatdMri h xiw r..»,,. Rooki * 5 Aid l« Double sixth after handling""J04 chanced - * UMI.UU nimri Th" 1 " y , 22 wllh( "" a mlscue. and has headed the U.S. Olympic i, hl! , m 'P';' i K 32n f h 'inces set bv r- ,... ., .' ' " - I S t . Louis 1 Red Schocndiensl lait i|fT1 ' p Doil sers now h-ive won II lien Wade was the winnnr^a"- New York - m - Kal Segrist* and Tommy Gorman were just ·!7reeation the July 30 !, have yet to,' Outlast ^Braves, 3-2 -- ,, sweei double-header from the Cleve- P.oth team rantains have yet to! 1 "" 0 1 Inai ans, yesterday, 8-7 and, r'-': their pbyers for the' pair- I ?·*· The twin-win widened New,' '-"·· I York's margin over the Tribe to ! Pros in addition to Colli-r who j four and a half games. rookies makinj; their maior leasue ' an , a 8^ r pr| H -· .,.,,.,.,v,. ,, ·· - -smsle in the 13th ionins to drive in Ihe winning run in a 3-2 victory over the lioston Braves. The winning tally climaxed a Ions battle for the Cubs who scored Ihcir first run in Ihe fir. c l Committee since l!)2f). i nrundagc is a bluff, friendly i fellow and will take over his new, , unpaid job on September 1. For Ihe present Olympic Games t h e ' n " ^ """ ulr winner, al- j executive will be Ihe a K i, )s .j s i j - ' , ,, ? " . ho nwdetl help from Joe , I frid Kdslrom of Sweden, who has ! ,Si ln r"l r " inth ! ISi-"^ orKa " i ' ation fime " 1P ! «»«vH";'r rt '«,«.,.,,.,, I 1 Yesterday, in early Olympic I £"»· 11 '- 21 ' » l » B'kowiki cr"i o v i compelnlon, thi- United States w.v; I ,''«!:·" ,, f !! ~ Ma ""- 'h i i i I bounced out of the soccer t j u a l i f v - ! M,,rg" " -i I im; rounds in a one-sided b r ' t l e ; C'nanetia i with Italy. The Iialinn.5 won li-o J 1 ' 1 ', 1 ;"- " Two surprises were the defeats I sow'"' 7 I of Groat Britain, home of soccer,' "' cf »nd Chile. The British Inst. fi-3, to Llixemboiirf! in overtime and Chil- was edged bv Ks.vpl, 5-4. Brazil defeated Holland, 5-1. These matches ended the (|ii,i!i. Giants Edge Stonkv Crew In 10th, 8-7 K ? York ,,iahl l-ilh' Pittsburgh - '/T 1 ! - Connie Ryan's four hits, including a home . run, helped the Phllsdelnhia Phils ! St. Louis.oTi-Th In an 8-7 win over the Pittsburgh r 'iants almn.-t blew one lajt Plratei here la«t night. Robin Boh. | h "' '""naged n loth innln- erti, although hit hard, gained his ; L". "Ip the Sl^ I.ouii Cardinal . .. 1.1th win against nix defeats.!^ f ,' ',',,' " ~"s '"^ "''''· tie Murray-nickson wa, the, h^nln, Vfo"/by"a ^"rcor," hi, Mth actamst six wins. I Th , c .rd, rallied "n the la.l hilf Ralnh Kiner hit his Ifltb homer "' "" and Oiu Bell his I2lh round- Irfpper to no avail for the "Rues. The Phils got ihe winning runs in the top of Ihe ninth on two singles. an error hv rookie Hick Groat and Johnnie Wyro?tek'.i double. r"-' ·"- ». Pr-.trunk t rHILAIILPHIA . P-m«U»OM ah r |. Del rirrco. cf I I I Byan. ?h .1 l 4 ' ' Arhhnrn. of 4 1 " Groat, aa Wyr'iltk. rf .1 n J M'KYirh Ih EnniJi. If .1 n I Kiner. If Hninncr. M a I 3 hKMhnrrk S o 2 tlpll. rf of the ninth f o r - f i v e rum. Hoyt Wilrelm. who w«s eeeond Olfint reliefer after Maijlle had In l-.-nc the cam the fourth due lo an injurv . IHIS irilNOT a*l atop a Nev fork roof gtve, · leap t demon : etrate the rym luil eeleetH tr. the 19.M 11, «. Olympic wonen' lymnntic team for wear In event In Melilnki. It K made ef nylo: tricot ftbrte, flnteraaMeiml Red Sox Hanrne White Sox, 7-3 Hoiton-l/Pl-The Boiton Red St moved to within a half fame* second place In the Americ League with a 7-1 victory over tl w "i'. I Bl " rk - Pork; Horace Lace'-. E d Adter- . K . - - - , 1 1 bloom; Johnny Whitten. Charlie yesterday, were called up j ' Isom and Junior Lewis, all of i (rnm Kansas City. Sourist playing Little Rock: Don Murphv of Tex- i second base, tingled tn open the arkana; Garland Bradshaw of i 10th inning nf the first Ramc and Hone; Gordoi. i-'annov. .lame-. scored th- winning run nn Hank Vannov and Paul Livingston of Bauer's single Hot Snrinns; Hogan Roundiree' r- nr and Otis Turner of El Dorado- ,. Gorman wa ? called nn to re- i neve, Bill Miller in the seventh *4.vac uid'i-iirs cnopn tne o , Chicago - (/Pi -Chicago's slump-1;? round*. The draw for i* c I ridden Cubs snapped a five-same ! regular Olympic tournament will '--"- streak yesterday when ·* nlsrtf '"''"·- slashed a In flelrt hr) cle.v last night Ger- 1 0 0 Manna''!'. .1 0 Kl'jew.kl. rf II » - '. Adl-ock. If » » » Halloii. Jli " " 0 Btmlnirk r 1 n 1 4 1 2 J 1 " . 1 0 0 1 0 1 ) 1 J 1.1 McMillan Church, p aAhram« t'ndh'elan, c-Roafi IKdu-.-irds' Tnlal.i M P 11 · I 1 .T I 1 4 i) n 4 0 1 .1 ft 1 i n i n n (i t n n n n n i n o ft n o i n n fi o n i n o :* .1 9 Hun Tot. -- ·- Pltli R---An Rnni · "H lie n.' R--- A Clrnm Jon«f. Hurics*, Bnhrrti.' S»n.«n. f I h n i ·on. :.h . . in 1 1 1 11.1 ft o n I l i I n i i a l i i i hll l» 4 n n M»r O'O II S-'r^lnnn-. ih 4 0 I ' D'rkinn, p I II I ! 'l-'H7a'rald 1 0 0 wlik«. f fl fi n 41 II Ifl Tolnla 42 T 1.1 ii . mi on? 112-1 uuri . . oon soi 201-1 E-- Stricklnnd. Onrnxlnlfi. Oroiit. RRI burn, Klnfr. DlcX'nn, Wj-roitth. . Btll I. Ryan. M«lkavleh .1. Hur- 3R-- Aihbiirn. Grn^t. Wyroilrk Rj-nn . . HR-Klnir, many defeated 'Poland,' 7-2, and rrance beat Italy, 5-0. How They Stand Fort Smith: Harry Hrynnt, Helena,' inn ing of the second same with · , , , .,, . , · ""^ n " u '--·-- * ···- j none out and the bases loaded. He : ninth. and Bob Zander, Fayrtte'ville. Plankton, the small life which lives in sea water, is consumed by larger sea animals much as grass is eaten by land animals. Indian Style frame and led by that score for eight innings, only tn find themselves (railing by one run in the "y The Asiorialcii Prc»« AMEHICAN LEAGUE \cw York Cleveland Boston ... Chicago whipped B third strike past Bob j "°s'on n-oreri one in the eighth i Avila, got Dale Mitchell on a anri onc '" tnp ninth to tak" the ' - ·.·· force-out that, permitted the tving '' ]Q ^- -'"hnny Klinpstein and War- ; Washington run to score, then fanned the dan- j r c n s l"hn had been locked -n a - Philadelphia W ._ 4R 47 - - _ 46 .- .. 47 4 4 .Ifi Pel cerous Al Rosen on three pitches, i lc "-' 10 m TMnrt duel up to that time, j St. Lo The Yanks rallied for four runs in ! A S ' n 8'e, a sacrifice and a sinclc ' Dolroit .... Ihe next frame to jive Gorman ' liprt thp "·"* for the Cubs in the Wednesday's Results ' last of the ninth. That allowed I Now York 8-7, Cleveland first game 10 innings. credit for his first major win. Hew Terk . Cleveland 7 "ue ' i Simpson r I Aviia. ?h Mitchell. If I Rosen. ,lh Dony. of Hrjan. c Tlp'in 5 c Comhi. si lemon, p aMrCnsky Hirnj. p ePnpe Bri.'sir. p Garcia, p Totals .1 1 2 Rlzzuso. « 1 1 2 Collint. ib S 1 l'8a:ier. r[ 5 1 2 Berra. c S I 2- Mantle, of 4 0 0 WeodlinK. I f 3 0 I M n'sald. 3li 1 0 1 Martin. ?h 0 n 0 hMize 4 1 I eRevnoUh 2 I I Hnpie. p 1 " 0 iRrirt-vvmrr 0 fl o McDonald, p 1 0 n Sam. p 0 0 0 Morgan, p fl 0 0 SeaTiM. 2h 39 7 13 Tnlall both starting pitchers to get off the hook, although Spahn had a I narrow escape when he loaded ' the bases the next frame after : one man was out. J J j Lew Burdette took over for 4 2 1 ' Spahn and retired the side. Meap- ' J j » while Dutch Leonard had gone in TOIIK «h r h Boston 7. Chicago 3. Detroit P. Washington 0. St. I.ouiit si Philadelphia, rlouhlc-heider postponed, rain. j n--hit Inlo force p;ny for church in ; b--Fouled oul f - - l i l l l e r in .Vh j c--rnu'ed out ir Podhidlan In 7lh d--struck oul lor Blackwell in «;h ! Brooklyn 112 oon ooo--s ! Cincinnati ootl 002 00]--i K--Srmin'ck .1. Halton. ni--fleo-e 2 ! Snider. Pafko. Ifodrei. Allcork Hat; Ion. RorkDu-.-lcl. SB -llodfes. Mar.ih.ill , Svm.nlck UK- Hodgtj. Reese. SB-- McMillan, llalllin and Klu-7.«wakl 2: Cox. lltt«r and llodlei I.efl--Brnok- : lyn K. Cincinnati « BH--Wade 8. : Cliurch 2. Porthlelan I SO--Wade ,1. 'tiller 4. B'ack«-ell I. Blark I HO- Cliurrh 5 In 2 Innlnis: Miller 4 in S: l I'odhlelan 1 In ;: B'lrkwtM .1 In 2 Warle 9 in s=, Blat-k 0 In ',. R «, RH._ Bisrkwell 0-0. Wadf .1-3. Block 0-n Hmnrr--Wade m-:,, l.,uer Church u. Detroit Romps On Washington, 9-0 e-knvlrh «B--Aahhurn. r»--/Mnnurn. DP--n«l Qrrro and Croat. Lrf:-- Philadelphia t rittabureh i BB-.Hohrns I. Dlrkton I SO--Roh- i-r'^i 4. Dickron :!. MO--Dlrkson 12 In · , Innlnis: Kulurta n In «'.: Wllkl I in ; 1: Hanitn 2 In ?. R At r.R--Dlekinn i 6-«. Hubert* 7-7. Wllkl 1-1. Htnitn 0-0 ! Wlnn«r-rtot«Tla 113-Hi. tx«er-Dlfk- Priirie Grove Hinds Boys Club All-Stirs First Defeil, 13-1 Piersall Up To ! Old T r i c k s ; Is : Ejected By Ump 3'^ ».» The A.swlit-d Trere .lim Plers.ilJN voice quivered with emotion June 30 n« he told the Blrrninn'inm diamond c l u b Hoot Kvcrs-slammed a twn-rt homer and Hilly Goodman add' a two-run double In the ear ph.ifcs nf the |am« to put t: lied Pox off to a jubilantfal In Joe nohion was the victim «f seven-hit ix-run mauling by t Bristm club durlni Ihe two ai two-lhltris Innincs that h* r nalneri In the uame. Bo.-ton ct I l-e'.Kl a total of 13 hit, for f I day. ·«*'?. The Miflset Fzvellevitle Hoys Leaniif All-Rtnr Club team llu voice oiilvere-l n«i.| n In Hoston last week when he told .Ine Cronin nf the lied Sox: "I w m lllck stricllv to baseball" while he remained farmn) out-- probitlnn like--lo Birmlnnham. Lost nlrht, however, lW,4tiee time showbont of the maiors-who Is now l be siiowhoat of the m'in- ors, lo«i whatever ( . nn | rn | hr had on his behaviour and he didn't stick stricllv lo baseball. lie squlrl!d home nlnle. wllh a water plsiol In the mi'iri| P ,,( n name u'llh Allanta. The soiiirl was a nenl followun afler imltsi- ln» Ihe nmnlre durinn a Mme | n ah r h" at l I I 2 Upon, ae I « " t'TVfcerry, rt » I 9 1 Kill. Jk .' 4 2 0 0 Even, If' t . 1 0 4 Ownrrt. Ih 4 4 fl I White. r 5 n n « Nntell, p I t 0 f] l « fl n n n frn n l n n .14 3 f'Tntalt JT T -- .iut for Kretlow la l ick oul (or KenneOiIn i NATIONAL LEAGUE a--Lined oul for Lemon in 7th "-Walked for Mir;in in 7th. c--Ran for Mile In 7th. rt--Sinflcd for Hcsan in sin. e -Grounded mil for Harrij in 9lh. f--Hit into rtouhle play for Hoffue In 9;h. Cleveland no; am nil) n-7 New York nm 1)10 l:fl |_s T--None RBI--Urnon ?. Avila Mnrhell. Hciiiin. Majoiki. Iliizuio 2 McDoucald ?. nerra ;'. Bauer. Sain 2B-Simpson. Dnhy. Sain, Wnodllnj SB -Milchqll. MR-I.rmon. Btrrn. SB -- Colhn?. S--Avila. Woodlins. Rir.r.u'O D^ Avila. Cnmbi and Ealtr; Morian. rtiiziitn and c:ollin«: Marlin R!7.- Jiirn and Cnllmv Lffl-Cleveland 5. New York i:. BB- Umon .1, Harri, 3 nrisMn I, Morgan 1. Hogiif- 1 SO--i 'SSZ" ?' ? " ' " ' · , "; r «« n . '· Mf Donald j n" j'. 'or Klippstein, anri he got credit i i 3 . for the win. Burdette was the los- Cfl'caa:* 1. ···t«n 2 ·OITOH CHICAIO , L all r h ah r h .Iflhrne. rf I o 1 Addis, rf 5 l n Losan. l a 5 1 1 Mikilj. 2b e o n Torjuon. Ih 4 fl I ,1h 4 n 2 Gomon. If . 1 0 1 Sau.r. If « n i Cooper, e I o 1 Pramtaa. c 5 0 1 M Ihew-B. .Ih R 0 2 Fonriy. lo 4 o ·' ' niltmer. ?b 4 0 0 Brown a a 2 5 1 nani«la. r f 4 1 1 Jeffcoal. r f 4 0 1 Spahn. p 4 0 0 Smalley. aa . 1 0 0 1 Burrtellf. p 2 fl 1 aJackion i o n chipman. p 0 0 0 C'arretia. ib 2 0 1 i Kl'pnein. n .1 n o j I bErlwardi | n i _. , 'Leonard, p l o o ' lolals )r, 2 9 Tolala 47 j m, n n n o o o o o o l o n n n o 1 l i 2 o n 2 i l .11 « 13 Brooklyn New York SI. Louis '''_ Chicago Philadelphia Boston Cincinnati I'i'.tsburch Wedne»4laj''s Remits Chi'.-afn :i. noston 3. 13 inniniis. Philadelphia s. Ritsbursh 7. New York 8, St. Louis 7, in innings. Brooklyn 5, Cincinnali 3. W . 55 . 32 48 4-1 . 4(1 .15 .1,1 2.1 I\-t. 7 1 4 ' .612, Washingtnn-W-Delroil battered lion Johnson for four runs in the fint inning and breezed to a B-n victory over Washington last night behind the four-hit pilchlne. of Wifiht. . i-'S It wa« Wight's fifth win and his ..i24 third shuloti; nf the reason. Three .JH3 of Ihe Senatois' four hits were of . 4 2 - - t h e infield variety and onlv one: .417 2B-1 it ilnco Its formn- llon several weeki »no, losl in first game of the year. 1.1-d. lo Prairie Grove's fluhtinn juivorn yeslnrday aflernoon it Ihe Pair Ct rounds. The visitors teed o'f on the minus several key players and the. N CW Orleans last week Also ! aon hustle and that had while that tnme was mln, on distinKuished it alnce Its forma-1 Piersall nlaved catch v.|th (he kid who runs the New Orlean« scoreboard. Since IVrton demoted the s'-i, w boat for his antics he has hnen kicked out of four ir.-iTifK, pin « x _ (liir : pi: Atlanta'.! 2-1 vfr- C-Nnnc BBI--Bobln.or nt Jlele. Even ,l. Ooodmir J. WIlirtTK JB-Hohlmon. Q.ortm.n. Ml lie XL". 1 " "J-tveri. *-Dol»». 1«| Chlr.,0 I. (Minn ]|. tK--*tnHl' Dnhion 2. Krufow C. Jud'nn 1 It nidv · HO-Doh-nn I In It, Innln j | n ji,. j lldlon | ,,, ,, . K , nedv 3 In i, n /, m_l}o»t»n ' Kretlow M. .Ivd-on l-l. K-»«»«y , l'«rn-U S-.1 w--Pirntll (I.ji. t--D runncr ailvanred past second base . Neil Berry and Johnny Groth . each made three hits to pace the : Ti'joi- atlack. DelreK · We-hmsUn I DtTROIT W*IHIN*TON oh r M ah r h Grolh. c( .1 I .1 Vn,|. ,|, "\ ,, , 'drroff. 2h ] 1 0 Mu-h). rf 4 0 0 offerings of rayettcville pitcher George Lewis fnr in hits and In thj flnt Inning nod were nev ·eri-.i'ly threatened thereafter. . Even the usually steady Ronnie V ut" . i "' "" IJ'.nes. honorary captain of the · '': C 'JJ" '""". lh1 '" ' nr ' All-Rtar club, got in on Ihe error- P "" uB " th AH.'i'a and rh a , act. And the Fayettevllle bati. i no . n ?" havc w " n S2 llnfl Ios l 'L tory laFt nii'n came soon'· -fter watering the plate, when ht ar- i gued loudly over his strikeout. Atlanta's victory, plus CK-iila- HHnsCin Fi*H In Olympics II*!.iinkl-ufVBulf.arla qualifi for the Olympic basketball !oun ment today by defeating Cul 02 to Aft. Cuba, which led at htlftlmt : 23. now must win avtr lelgjt tomorrow to fain a plan In t tourney. SOl'THERN ASSOCIATION · --Grounded oul for Smalley in ».-h. h-HU RBI .,,,,;« fnr K:ip P ,,,.n ChicBjo 100 oon om nun 1-- E~Pr«mejii 3. M a l h r m - Brown RBI-Praman. Cooper, .lelhrn. Fd A t l a n t a Chattanonira noo on ooo n---i New Orleans Tome, on. ton H. A NEW USI for a beach bag is found by Mrs. Jean Moorhead of Atl.nllc City, N.J., as she carries her four-month»-old son, Dickie papoose style, at l'-:e Chalfnnte- Haddon Hal! baby beach. And the. b,by appears to like thl, meani of J - f f c n a t . Gor,lnn.'l.ef|i -ln- ,,.-. ,.n..u i Chicatn 13 nB--Spflhn 4 ... .. u,,^ 3 , r 2 In I',: Garcia 1 in fl ^'IPP^'e-n 4. Hnrricltf 1. Lrnnard 1 (faced one hilteri: Sain « in 2 Ifarel SO--Spahn «. K'ippi:ein :, I.c-on.rrl ! 5 halters in "rdi: Morcan .1 in r, I*O-Klinps-c:n fi in 9 inninn.' Spahn C»rcia o-o. siln .*-" MnrVan"'-" Hmlut' ' Kli.ppiii':n '*0 2 n s'n 1 ahn S'.'lliI'rrlJ'f/NT j i ,' urn 1 *?" 11 n -° HSP-Harru iBtr- i £ h , lnm "' »·». Uonarrt o-o HBP- ' "'nnn^d Ga ,S° I^riBrlJ!." 1 "?'; · ' ^-" n "f l "-- r - D "- m - f i'.. Wlnn -"--'-""-"'' ^-^·Mrtlla, Duffy, Rommal. Berry ne*ND c«M t S'ew' vSf'k o°* m 4^- J! ! Feller 'I.p, BriAim , ni) T , mon ' M l ] , » t , . i " i Nashville i"'TM l "« h «'" Mf ' m: h r Wtlle Ilork Pel. llatfleld. 3h i Wer'r. rf 1 Drnno. Ih '.cnhard'. If ' 'i.orhtrl. c Berry. ..» Wish!, p Tolala 4 Unroll ' If * " n .Jcn?r. -1 I 1 Wonrt. 4 * 2 - unne . ... .1 n l ivri^n Ih 4 I 2 Smd-r. 2h .1 ' J Cr.-.f. c .1 (I 2 .lohnn.n. D Illaynev p ! I II Tolal. Lojer_5urd»lli r w "nchf. a ^1 A - ( a c t u a l ) {.li Chatianoova II, N a s h v i l l e Little Rock at Memphis i- r»rlc;,ns 4ai w ' l ^hinK^nii nno onn ·"' r -Yn.,i 2. RBI -Wcrl/.. Dropo Gin.. .102 here llerry 1. Wl«hl 2 flrolh 5B-- .-fir, firoth. Hcrry. W.ghl. Itunne!*. (i:n.,., i h.-rs K -IV.Ieroff n~- - Rerry F,.,i, r . .t*.^ I off and Oropn 2 l-efl.-D-iroll 12 I Waihlnitnn .1 HB-.luhnvn I. llavn'i ' 4. Wi|hl I. SO-.lohn.on ?. Wljhl .1 Ilayne, I HO -John.ion 1 in I In' .1 Hayncl A in R R A ER fohn. 12), f r °" '·'· Haynel 1-( Wlnntr--Wi B hl , '.t-4i i,nsrr Jnhnann !0-3i 11- M c . | '·oy.-nian. Hurlty. Soir. rroeae. T- acl. And the "rayettevllle bati, j which had more loan o f f s e t any fielding dnfirienciei in the pa»t, j were able to produce only five hits off winning pitcher McCoy. Chicks Battle Prairie Grove In Ozark Tiff The Fayelteville Chicks take on Prairie Grove tonight at the Wash- 4nn no lo'-a, ington County Fair Grounds m an *_:IS Ozark l.eaciie contest. The Chicks, recent entry in the leMffue, are fightini for a first division' berth. They rephtc"d Rn;er in the ilx-team loop and had to ac: cept the majority of the Rogen loaies in doing »o. j The Chicks are managed hv nuster Dunlap and aport several I of the more familiar stari of the area in the lineup. n fl 3 n i .1 0 I . 1 0 0 S fl fl 1 0 0 0 fl M 1 0 0 21 n 4 Chaltanooca'-i victorv wa? the f'Ti In six "'ro"i pi home "id the i 21sl out of 27 at home. Al Sima ( pltchefl all the wav to become t h e ' ·ixlh Chattno-ii!an to r;o the ' roule. Little R or k at Memnhi, and Mobile at New Orleans were rain- ! ed out. ; There are (12 known elements and it ii believed no mure can exist. CHICK SPECIAL 8c HEAVY MIIID ARKANSAS IrotUr Hotchury ' _, ,.,^ JJ *"" "Pion. .Miner Gorman iWPi, Rrynolrta and Barra I Plank'on. the name nf (he s ! life that I'rifls with the , I eurrents. means "wanderer. .-ti'e bf-!ie'. ed (o t" ihe I'nned sel tiers from "·"-- i IIIIII.IWIIIBIJ vzmmmmim* SHORTEST WAY loLiniE ROCK-MEMPHIS 0« In lh» wMthtr.conai!ii«n«d cemf.rt «f · Crown FO* THf f«7 At* |. « ock. 7 cor.vtnitnt ichedulti doily tej itrvt you. Com* in or coll for urndul,, ond informallen. u SHIP YOUR PACKAGIS IY IUs" »h»«r *NLT »4R 905 it* Mm GLENMORE ·OUNOM CUNMORI DISIIUIKH, COMfANT · lOUISVIUI, MNTUCKT FOR GOVERNOR Qualified by HONESTY * MATURITY ABILITY* EXPERIENCE · el rM N. K M MI. *,..

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