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Davis Sets High Jump Record As Olympic Games Open Four Standards 1 Nats Take Third Place In American Race 'Bums, Giants, Bettered In As Indians Skid To Fourth; Bosox Second Cards Win In Initial Tests Lady Russian Wins Discus Throw With Mark-Making Heave By The AwrUtetf Prew Four consecutive victories by inp run and 21 one-run triumphs fnr the season. That is the principle reason wiiy Washington's scrappy Seni- tors are in third place today. A!l hut a handful of experts hid Helsinki-*^!-America's jump- plcked t h e m (n f i n i s h in th * ers and weight throwers continued America " Leajrue cellar, to dominate the major events in The Nats added their fourth the 15th Olympic Camps today ^ straight one-run victory yeiter- the fecond day's trark and field ^ay RS they swept a double-head Amerkan Loop £ oe , _,_ ^ R - Reed To Grab Boxkores events began. . T from the St. Louis Browns, 7-6 I mopp t B«lr*ll T rmiT GAME DITRO" PMIL»OILPHI» Ib r h Groth. nf 4 0 T'oojl, u Ted'roff. 2 b 4 0 0 F The United States, which plared ancl 6-3, tn move into third plsce. I 5 B * t *^| d!l3t) onf-twci in the hijh i u m p v'estrr-1 a ha " S sm ln ' ronl of CltvHamt | propo, day. sent three men i n l n the f i n a l I and a half game behind the Bos- round of the shot put w i t h o u t of- ton Red Sox. fort and also qualifier] all Its The double triumph Etrrtrhed o n n Phiiipy. rf 0 ft 0 Zcrnial. If 4 n ft aThoma*. If 5 I I Clark, rf . . .. 1 1 2 Htrhc'ck. 31) L*nhardt. If 4 I 1 Sudpr. 2b Swift, e 2 0 0 AlSroth. c bSouchock 1 1 1 K # I I n f f r . p Trans-Miss Denver - (/h -Charley t'np, (he slender soiling master from OK- lahyma City, \\on his t h i r r i Trans- MisyisFippi golf c h a m p i o n s h i p yp-:- terday to prove he's rpar.lv in ]pn:i U n c l e Sam's hpft f i m n l r u r s nRciinst f'ntiat'n and .Mexico next National Loop Dodgers Capture 13fh Straight From Pittsburgh ib left them that many lengths away from the pace-setting New yorit Yankees. Bosox Clip Tribe, 1-7 The Red Sox picked up a full game on ih» Yankees, vanquishing the Indians. 8-7, in 12 innings while the fifth-place Chicago White Sox were upsetting the . ,, ... . . ' w o r l d champions. 5-4. Philidel- of California at , phja . s Ath i elics took t h e opener of a double-header from Detroit, rero a 7rl lead in the first game but the Cuban righthander was tagged for five runs in the eighth before .loe . Haynes quelled the Rrownie uprising. Porterfleld Weikeni ( Bob Porterflelrl had a 6-0 lead j in the srrond game but weakened in the late innings and gsvf way to Sandy Con.Miegra. · Johnny Upon singled with the bases loaded in the 12th to drive in the. run that gave, the Red Sox I0th victory in the last 12 sames. Dizzy Trout picked up his seventh triumph and While, p Berry, ti Wight, p Stuart, p cKolIowiy rtGinsbfrf. Tot ft III , 1 1 1 Wright, 1 0 0 4 2 .1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 c ? ft 1 37 7 12 Total* · -- Ran for Zerniil in 5th. h-- SfngleC for Swift in 6lh. c-- Announced us batter for Stuart. d-- Flfftd out for Kollnwa.v in Kth. e-- -Sintlfd for L l t t l e f i e l d in d for Fcfleroff In 8th e-- -Sintlf f-- Walke Detroit PhliadclphU R-- Nnnr RBI--HatriclcI. bnuchock. ~ ~ Fain: Sud*r. H=lfie!d. Jooit and three entries for the broad j u m p ( t h e i r winning streak to five and j Jilll'iln" 11 ' " " ? " -""-'· Parry O'Brien nf Southern California, world record holder .Jim Fuchs of New York and narrow Hooper of Ft. Worth. Tex., surpassed the required distance of 47 feet 20.81 inches in the shot nut. Broad jumpers Meredith Gourdine of Cornell. Jerome R i f f l e of the U. S. Army and George Brown of the Universit Los Angeles all surpassed 24 feet on their qualifying jumps. A leap I £," and , ,, 3 . 3 tie in , he of 23 f«et. 7.4, mches was re- · S5cond Ralm ^ nal(ed bv Pcnn5v ,. q e i v a n i a ' s 7 p. m. curfew at the end Should Be EIST j o t nine innings. The pole vault, third q u a l i f y i n g ! Washington gave Connie Mar- event on this morning's program.' also was expected to be easy for the Americans. As I result of yesterday's trials. t u e United States also had three qualifiers in the semi-finals nf the 100-meter dash and 400-meter hurdles, also scheduled for later to^sy. Four Olvmnic records were bettered yesterday -- three in final events and another in a preliminary. Two more records are in p r a v a j their Hanger today, the 400-meter hurdles and the shot rut. Charlie Moore, the former Cornell star from Ithara. N. Y., glided .seventh same, over the «on-ineter hurdles i n ; The White Sox snapped :50.8 yesterday, three-tenths of a second better than the previous mirk. He was looking over his f'-oulder at the finish. MIT Set RecoM Today he tackles this treachpr- ab r h 1 0 0 5 0 0 ! 5 2 2 ] 3 o :l 2 2 1 : s J 1 ; m o n t h in Seattle. Coe won 3 and 2 in 34 hiilr-s frcm I j u s l r r nrrcl, ?! y?;ir old I'ollrsian from Snll^er, Texas. O:', six foot. ] I.T pounrlcr, helii stf',-Kl in 92 decree hpat t h f i t sremed tn wilt the Texan in thp IOUK, pressure-filled championship grind. Goe, 28-yeiir-oln 1 winner nf thp T-M in 1047 and I!)t!l. war. f 4 0 1 4 n j 3 0 2 i o n 0 0 0 (By the Associated l'rr») Tne .N'stionnl League b u l l y . 3rool:lyn. c o n t i n u e d on i!s merry w n y .-iK.'iinst second d i \ i s i o n t r a m s v c s t c . H a y . Ivnmrine I ' l l t s h t l r g h . a,"i. The Io:ljirrs h a \ e roppert only i single Rjimo n m i n ^ t t h e 'hree trjiilin^ le.'iins in t h r !eH(,'ur and a n i p n t l y ho;isl a IS-g.lme w i n n i n g -.li-p.Tk itKains! the r i r n t c s . YcMenhiy'K victory r h f i n ' t rn- ah'e llronldyn In increase its lend in pr thp rest of Ihp jiar!.. but it · isllPft seronrt to 'In! keep tht- h i s i l - f l y i n g Hums i 'I'ininfcl LUIIPV. Yoder Ousted i From Olympic i Hurdles Race H e l s i n k i - i#-'t - ],tt Yrwicr of j \h? I ' n i \ prpity nf A r k a n s a s u-jir ! H l m i n a t r r l from r n m p M l t i f . n in j thf Olympic (rumen' ^no-mpter i h u r d l e s today. Ho f m i f h o d f o u r t h in his hcrtt | nf i n r .spmi-fmain, t h u s f a i l m j ; hy "Mr pOFltinn, hi q u a l i f y fnr the ! t'innis. A n n l h c r nf i h r U n i t e d Slatr*' · h r n « mn-Tinrtrr hurrl.".TM. H n l a n r t B ! n r k r n n n (if the Army, a!?n war, (Miniinn!t?d, b u l C h a r l i e Mnnrr. former Cor IIP! I f U h l r t e , wnn h)s r e m i - f i n a l heat a n d w i l l he one "f ihe favorites in tho f i n a l s . All nf Voder'? l nnr$ in the Olympics h a v e f a l l r n considerably' under his rffori:. in the U. S which earned him the trip tn H«M- ! inki. I n thf npi'ninit heal. Ywlvr f i n Russian h u r d l e r LUMPY ran thp SPORTS NORTHWEST AKKANSAS tIMfS, Foytltiv.lk, Arkaiwn,- Mondoy, July 21, 1952 f"; o ; l T,"r B l Twin-City Golf To Tulsfl, 6-2; Trim: ' Berryville, 31To 10 TOUfRey OpCnS| Shofner Favored over tin- ···e Okla.. fi-: 1 . y p i i t ' v i l ' r J u n i o r Le^on ( ; i m M ' l . t A pur nf R^n*7 . , !ns-nsj UP Tu!:-;i. K » a h M R K ° r r - over par for tho 3) holes over the j a m j R.711 yurd par 70 Lakowond Conn- j ' ( L, I( .. try C'lnli rniirsr. In the dosing ' ' .. sr\c'ii and a h a l f samps .ihead of i raw in St.3 s«'.-onds. Yodrr was ilii'so ond-pl;ice New Y-.irk (liants. cloi'hptl in SS.2. ; who nipped thp Ciihs, 9-7, ond 12 stases of the match. Cop W;IP i Q, playinc it safe. Twice instead jfambftnK for birdies on sloping! [ippns. he let the ball trickle a half games out third-place St. Louis C.'ardi- «'hn defoaled Ihe avps, 8-l. Rut Yoder cut his tune to 53.3 ·ont of seconds In f i n i s h i n g second lo John Holland of New Zealand, Boston ! Holland was r'ocked «.t 52.2. Yoder's best previous time Tli" f i r M c.jire a f f a i r in u'hirM ' nrl vvlii fiv i (/-.Tine In i-« rio- · T:;i*ri r n l r . i f : . ·· t r i p l e '.'iih :v.- Mi" i O ' h n,' 1 t Trie Berry 2, Giiubcr^ 2. Dropo. Sutlfr 2. short to the cup, rather t h a n lak- trolh I 2B--PhVney, 2 Wertz. C Thomas .i B !3'' n S a chance on it over-running. f and Drnpo: Left--Detroit -Wlihl r,. L i t - . nv Gnodman turned the trick in . . I. Wright I. SO-Wi«ht 3. I.iltlsflcln 2. j competed in the Trans-Miss sine" Kellntr 1. HO Wiqhl 10 tn i 1 .! in- I n p w n n it i n j o i n I M r r - i n n r l l nin«n: S'.urt 0 In ',; LlTllefield .1 in 2; I , , ' ',,'" ll " J - ,,,' ' , l n n n r " j - I r . . of Dallas, tne !f)41 r h n i n p i n n . was eliminated in the first round. | for \va.s n n m c f l last werk tn | c a p t a i n a t r a m of seven U. K. · a n i a l o u r golfers \vhn w i l l p l a y : ! winner Mike Garcia dropped his ous race in the semi-finals and almost assuredly in the finals. He ran belt his yesterday's time. He may veil break the world record i z a m e losing streak and won their ! first g«me in eight attempts «t 1 Yankee Stadium as Saul Rogovin outpitched Bob Kuzevn. · A single by catcher Joe Aftroth in the ninth scored Billy Hitch- · cock with the run that »»ve the : A's their first-p»me \yin over the Tigers. The second game was irnrred by stalling on the A's While 1 In I",: Kollnsr ) In .«,. j Hooper 4 in 2: W r i g h t 1 in 1'v R * ER --Wighl 5-5: Sluarl 0-0: I . i t t l r r l r M :-": W h l l f 1-1: K f l l n r r 4-(: Hnop-r 2-2: Writ'.'. 1-1. W P -- W i g h t 2 W i n n - r - Wri«fl! 12-01. Lnscr--WhiW 11-41. H Pauarflla. Honochick. Rohh and Gr!«vf. T--2:S:. ·ICOKD O»M« Dtiroit on Ooo oio-.i n o . t h c Americas at Seattle Philadelphia 110 000 010--3 6 0 j ^ . j ^ Gray. Houlteman and Gtnshpra, ' Nfwjom. Kucab. B.vrd and Murray. I The O k l a h o m a n look a one uj) i lead on the 12th hole in the morn- ·"'·" '· ""twin 7 ,,, r n u n d a n r j w , fr n . ailori a |. .| Philadelphia and C i n c i n n a t i d i - vider! a double-header, the Philli!", b o u n d i n g back \ v i l h a ":in a f t e r the Reds hail t a k e n Ihe opener, 6-5 in 10 innings. Hume runs by Ceorgp Shulia. · J a c k i e Robinson a n d Anrly r . / k o i of l a g a i n s t I h e I'irates. | Three h i t s c,-icli by Rohby Thomson and I I . i n k Thompson" rnah'ed '· l . n r r y Janspn In pick u - i h i ^ j o i ^ : t r i u m p h .-,« the Oisn's evened the ' lwo--.amr .s»riP5 w i t h thp Cilhr. fc.-|!iiir!d Ihr I | the race is M.3 seconds. National Loop Boxkores i L £|M««ilpJI« I August CLIVILAND ib r t ·orroN Gl.v ih Llpon. «s · 1 1 Avil, Do by. c! Mitchell. 11 Simpjon. ri Htf«n, c Comb*. M hTipton B'rardino. ti Garcia, p i£ e ^K 6 2 .1 Goodman, "h I 1 l Even if 4 l l Grrncrt. ih 3* ! 2 Sch'meJ. rf i n n dvoiimcr 0 o 0 Wilton. '"t M m i l a r Ipams frnm Cannd^ anrt j C^nliiialj: victory w i t h IJir,; Siflr. for the Championship of | ^cd Srhucndien.st and Sollv Hc- nrovidinB ihe rour-hapr n'o.vs. rlmi'*: smarkprl l".-r t n u h l f ^ flnrl H hi'inr nrn as Ri-bin R n h r r t s ^·nn his J ' h K nmc for thp P h i l l i p a f t r r an^prrnr b y C n n n i p Cyan h i d sr' i j j i C i n c i n n a t i ' s rj.Trr.r-'.'.·;nnins :-un in the nth nf t h e opener. CINCINNATI n o r h ·( J » .1 i Ih « 0 1 ' C l n r k . i f S n :· \v \ \ f k r . r l - l f 4 1 1 Nicholson, rf l » » \dcork. Rjan. ?h 1, r,h T I n ' r k n w r k l . rf J '.·/{i nn in th? in:h In thp S'm't.'iy cnnt^st I ^ y f t t p v i l l p ".-as v n r n nut h\ thf ni'l i»f th? c;nnr f i f i m r i r r l i n i t ih" ha*p path.*;. I n h\\ the locsl t r i m g ^ t h - erpd 2; h i t j . A;lfir.j i [ h a t \ \ c i f a n u m b e r of wrtlks anr 1 s?\vn R e r r y v i l l r error Alfred K n n x .siarl".-] f - i r ".-cit"ville and Rave up only "ii»? run and I wo h i t s t h r o u g h t h p ; p v e n t h in- nmt? \Vnync J o h n - f i n anri Gnry Tlo'.'.-prp f i n 'shed u p oiul un r hamppn»d hy v.-it'lnr-;-. Kd^nr |.o?:(pr " cnt ly ii.i! r i e h t time;. R e t t i n g f i v p . ' h l t a and .srnrinn six runs. - Sain .O-Ot W- -Rfiitovin iP-7. L - K u - Mva i.i [! -ii.iiiirii?!. n « r r v l - n j m P f t l f l . D u f f y T ?-:.n A -fi OM , . if tliouph Fiefd e\'cnrd the m a t r h on "7 ] ^ Th ncii'ry, rf s o - ! ' N'o. If) at the f=tsrt of the aftrrnnnn 2 n n n o n Brodowski. p 3 n i n n n Bunion, p " ~ ' 1 0 0 McD»rmott I *Nfxon · N'Urhos I Trout, p ' jParnell 41 7 13 Toiali * jj | round. Coe went in front to stay 6 aj 3 with a birdie four nn the flOl 5 i i ' y a r d No. 21. H? canned his 12 font 3 J S . P " t t and Rcrd was short with h'r- 1 o P 15 footer for a par. 0 o o D 0 0 1 0 1 0 I 0 1 n 0 0 0 0 50 « JJ Hearings Scheduled By Game, Fish Commission H« inner J O W I,(i|tn Sitnn Totals it t, 1 I S m i t h , p 5 (l ii K l u 7'j.ki. 1 4 I 2 Rn.-mi. r 1 0 2 Pnrthlrlun i o n H i l t o n . 2h l n n 1-Krtv.nrrij! 0 0 0 P'lijnnl, : 1 0 0 M n r d h H t l . n n n n n o 4 I I z o o Ntw Vnrh 9 chr HIW rdRK CHICAGO WIMlarm. 2 ..... "irk. u 0 0 0 l.orkin«n. Mt ' 4 j i A-M', 4 1 2 Mikill. 4 i i r .1 ii r Th tnp»'n. rf S ] 1 : M u f l f f r . rl 4 n n Mw ir , j i o n Hfiortfv if A I I Komi-. . . . M r M H l n n . M 3 I n Thomson. $h 3 J J l - I f l f r n a l . rf nvhrrier. p 1 n 0 VVBIB, c 4 2 a S m u l l f v . M S*mtnlrk. r 3 2 ? ;'""'*·"· P S ' n K D p p i t c l n . p 41 I Z T o I n l s .15 « 10 ttilhelm. p 3 0 J K - l i v . p of :50.« held by Glenn Hardin o f ' purl aftflr'the Tlgtjrs had taken K \ i-Two out when the United States since 1934. '· lead in 1he 10th. Philadelphia used i * dk T h e other record smashers yes: three pitcher? to face three bitters terday were: ; ,; n that inning. 1.. Walt Davis, a.Texas cowboy, v-l-n cleared fi fpct. 8.32 inches " " " (204 metersl in the hi^h j u m p inning run scor- j i j j t l | f l Rork-l/Ti-Thp ^ r k i i-ilhed for Comb* in iz.h. : G ^ m c a n d K i s h Cnmmijfrion How Thay Stand By Tht A»oclite4 Frttt AMERICAN LEAGUE W L ?. Mina Rom«Fr.hkova, n n e w ; nsme amonc t*e powerful Russian ' women Mhletes, who hurled the · discus 188 fret, 8.46 inches (51.42 ! m*tery). I 3. Emll Zatopek of C?.echoylova- .' kia. \vhr ha? hip sights set on winning t^e S.OflO meters. 10.000 j H , os1 "f 1 meters and the marathon. He took I " a* nin P' on t-* lO.OOn yestnrday. lowering his ! cleveland own Tfl48 m^rk from 2ft:flfl.5 to ?»:17.fl. B^'t Injured ^eorq* Rrnwn of San Uipgo j s , favorpd in Ihe broad :ump. Eman- ,, ' s " ndlj ' K **J U " S , . _ , n«! Mrnnnald Baiiev. the Trini- ^l"? 1 TM 7 :' St ' ^"-'f S"'J riad sorintcr who run., for Grn 3 t : Philadelphia 8-1 Detrnit 7-3 ser- Britain. rules ti-e choice in t h p 1 0 0 - j onri gamp called a f t e r n t n e in " r-f^. An Fr fiqc of Baltimore I " ings T!Tt v , * who won the American 100-meifr £ h!Ca «° '*"TM. Yo j ' k7 4 .. . . *-?'F. aggravated a lee iniurv y.s- ! Boston 6 C»« e lnnri 7 12 Inn,n*.s t«rdav snd isn't rxnectcd to figure j in t*e finish, hut Dran Smith of i Vork .. ! Chicago I Philadrlphia , St. Louis _ . : Detroit M 49 49 49 Pet. ,«14 .563 ..1S7 .551 .Ml .481 .385 .322 Austin. Tex., snd Tjntl from Brooklyn will provide R^'lcy w"h s'ern onoosition. ''tv-ng performances yesterday were in the same class as the t-^rk snd field but there are, no Olvmnic records in rowing. The sites of the regattas vary so much t*at r"Trrk in t*e snort are un- ^"ncoslnvia and France u-on tJieir heats in the four-oars without coxswain event in the fastest times "ver recorded in the Olvm- plrs. The Yugoslav mark of fi:34 4 , fnr tHe 2.f)nO-meter course was almost two s'conds belter t h a n the rrev'-'is low set hv Great Britain in 1928. " u ? unbeaten heavyweight rrew fn.ni C-r U. S. Naval Arademv won Boin? away in its b a t t l e w i t h t'-e vaunted Leander Club of treat Britain, but both boats qualified easilv and neither one appeared nil out. The Russians led the field in gymnastics after the compulsory exercises, with Switzerland see- one) and Finlind third. The United States was ninth ,Free style gym- iM.'tics lire on today's program. NATIONAL LEAGUE ! W I. 1 R r o o k h n . 59 22 i New York S3 31 r -"'. Louis . SI 39 Chicago . 45 42 : Philadelphia 43 45 '· Boston 37 50 Cincinnati 3fi 53 : Pitt;hureh 25 (S7 '·· Sunday'* RenuM* Rrooklvn 8 Pittsbnrch 5 New York P Chicago 7 i St. Louis 8 Boston 4 [ C i n c i n n a t i 6-3 Philadelphia 5-4 First game 10 innings c--Huh for Tipton in 12lh. d--Filed out lor ftchmeu in J t h *--Doubled (or MeD*rmotl in 9th f--Rin for Nixon in ith. ] " i--Walked for Troul in I2ih. i Clpveland . 000 102 02] ]'K) 7 5( Boilon lOfl 200 012 101--3 |j f.--Comb*. GooHm*n. Glyn-fc R B I - Kell. Gtrnert 2. Fvrr?. Linon 2 Thronebcrry. \ \ h i t r . Simpson. M i t c h e l l HeRan .1. Dnhv. Avil*. :B Kcll. R o r r n 2. Hegan Doby. Nixon. A v i t a HR GErncrt. Evcrs. S a c -- M i t o h r l l , Garcia. DP--Combs, " A v i l n and G l y n n ; A v i l a . Combs and Glynn. Evcrs and W h i t n . Left-- Clevtliinri 13. BoMon 1?. BB-- BrodnwaXI 4, B f n t o n 1. Trout 1. W y n n 3. Garcia 2 SO--Brnrtowskl 1. Trout I. Wynn 1. G«rci« 2. HO -Wyna 8 in 5 ifared one b n i t f r in 9th., Gflroia 7 in :*:,: Broriowskl f. fn S'.i: B p n t n n 2 in n if«L-r(1 1 h u t l n r f in B!hi. M r D c r m n t l n in a i: Trout .1 in 3. R A: E H -- W \ n n ."·-4. G»rrifl 3-1. Brodowski fi-fi. Bcnlon 0-0. McDttmotl 0-ft. Troul t-0 W i n n e r --Trout (7-7i: loser--Garcis (13-7). i;N a p p. Summcra. MrKinley and S'evens. T--3;« A--25.318. to hold its a n n u a l pub- lie hParin? on f i s h i n g r r R i i l f i t i n n s hprc today. Cnmmprcia! Tish rai?ins. Hns n d nn on t a k i n p minnows in pub- w a t r r p , l i m i t i n g type n n r i u 1 ?^ nf t a r k l r in mmmorrial f i s h i n g and Ihp possess! nn l i m i t nf game fi5h \\*cre rxpected to be riis- Goetr.. Dascoli. T--2:12. A ~ l ^ . n f i 3 n 7, S*. Loiiit I FIRST CAI. E *. Lxiiif I. Bntan 4 ·OITON ; IT. LOUI* ah r h ah r h .Jelhroe. cf n l Hcmus. » 4 1 1 1-oRan. ss 4 1 1 Sc'diensl. 2h S 2 A Mathew». 3b 4 1 1 Musial. cf 5 0 0 Voting. 2h Rivrra. rf-lf Z a n U a , rf KryhoJki. 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A t l a n t a _________ 56 42 .571 C h a t l n n n o q a . ____ l_ 55 43 .5fi] New Orleans ________ . 53 45 Mobile ...... __ 50 50 Nashville . ________ 47 53 Rirminfiham _______ 45 53 Memphis _______ 45 55 Little Rork ....... . 43 53 Sunday'i Rfiulti Atlanta 5-7 Chattanooga 1-0 Birmingham 8-2 Nashville 5-1 Little Rock 4-4 Mobile S-i Memphis 4-0 New Orleans' 3-1 Sist*. rf .728 j Dittmer, 2b ,,-. i Spahn. n · M ' ; aThnrp» .5fi7 ' B u r d r l i e , . 5 1 7 ' .48S , 425 a ' ^"^^ Ollt f" r Spahn in i ' ' h--Grounded out for Btird' .404 i 9th. .272 I Bnstnn onfl Of!l 000--4 St i.ouii . 041 nnn 2 i x -- R E--None. RBI--H. Rice, mailman. Si.«ler 2. Schoenrtiensl 2. Hcmu*. J o h n - »nn. Math«w« 3. D i t l m e r 2B--H. Rice. Ftixselman, Chamh'r*. .IB--S-hornd- irnst. HR--SLftlrr, Schorndionx; M n t hews. Hem us. S--SUli. I,ngnn. DP-- Slaughier »nd ? i t I e r. Johnvm Srh.-oridlthii nniS Sislcr: S p a h n Lonan and Crown. L , f f t -- B o s t o n 7 SI Louis 7. BB -Spahn 1. Biirrtrllf 2. MizeM 3. Cf|.imhrrx 2. SO-Spahn 1. R i i r d t l l p 1. Mi7c!l .1. Chan.hCM 1 HO --Spahn 7 m .S Innlnj;?. B u r d r l i e fi in 3; MiTMl 7 in .i (faced tu-n m«n i n fitlv; Carnhrr* 1 in f R A K R -- S p a h n -·S-.*.: Burrteltr 3-.1: Mizrll 4-4. Cham- hprs 0-0 HBP-Spahn i H e m i i i i WP B u r d P t t e Winner -MIzeM M-5i l.nsrr~ Spahn i«-lOi. u -Sernry. W a r n r k - aByrne Hojccnihe. C.Iehn'on Ovcrmlrc. H n r r l K l . p Totals .i 0 2 Ytnt S 1 1 Rushy, rf h 1 2 Jrnsrn. rf i 4 1 1 Conn. If i 0 1 R u n n e l s , .vs . T O O Vcrnon. I b 1 1 1 Rakrr. 2h .1 0 1 -]\Voorl . 1 I 1 Rnyrter. Zb 2 1 1 nra.«s«, c 1 n 0 Marrcro. p I 0 1 Haynes. p o n o 0 n n 1 n (i r. l i 4 1 2 4 i : AHanla Wins Pair From Chattanooga For Southern Lead 'By The As«irlatfrt I'rrm) Alhnla threw nn imhratahle (·"p"-inntinn R| ChntlanooKa ves- crday - nasl-rful phrhinK 'and i - c l y hittmg-anri replace.,! Ihe L'loltoi-ts as Southern As.ocie.tion - ' Mrrops of t h o .V! ;im i 7-n v|r- inries wrrr pltrhors Hovi-nrri A n - rtcrson anrl Hwnin Sl.nt .inri IhrPr fr.rmpr Lnnkrmts. Dirk -Sinovir -Junior U'ootrn ;md C.rrry Lnno Ancimnn hnrl n . v h u l m i ) goinK in (.'IP (irpt C ;i n ip , m i j | t h f l y r v r ? n , n i'i(t "-lien hr fcp Ran tn v.-ilt, u n r l r r the IIPH!. HP in f ,ne m a n ! st-nrp hf.-nrp h.'illinc I h p I,-.nl*nut ! " ir * nd * ihrr.n by f a n n i r . R Krncsl OMV|?. ! Kj""'!,! f" rcliro the ,i f \i: L n n p f i n i s h e d ' * " Ihr Kjimr- in rpliof and n.Inwed "nly onr hil. Lor)knrl ; hi.-, seventh · --Flifrt out for Slmmtnui In llh. li R«n for Adcock in Hh r - W a l k e d for podhivUn in h i To la in Philadelphia 010 120001 fH-5 -.: Cincinnati WW Ml 000 1-6 R- Ryan. Rni--lJip»l» 2. Knnls. A*h- burn. Sfmin'.ck 4. W r M l a k e . :» Hamner. Bytn. W a t t km. Knnis. Semi- nlrk HR--l,ornit. StmlnicW, WMtl«k*. SB--Ryan, Wf'--.loi)p,, Ryan mid W«H- kim. R v n n . Himmpr and Sl r M.lMti». Mr- Mlllan.' P r l l k R r l n l and Kluurwikl L r f l - p h l l a d f l n h l a 11. Clnrlnn»!l .1 BB Simmons 1. Hanivn 1. I M f l f n * h f r « r r 2. Podhlelnn 2. Smlih l SO--Simmons .'I. R»ffPh?bener I. Podhielan J H0~ Slmmonti 7 'in 7 inninm; Itanaon 1 in ] n ; Meyer 1 in 1. n a f f f i K l M T K r r ^ In .1, Pndhletan 4 in 4. S m i t h 1 In 1 R * E R -- R a f f f n i b e r m - r 4-1. Pnrihlrlan 1-1; Smith h-0; Simmon* S-r.. Man." 0-0. Meypr I-n. WP--Slmmon Winir --Bmtlh 19-Ti. Lo«r-Me.yfr ( f t - l ^ i t i PlneMI. Etifeln. Jorda and Rnxie^K. T --!:« P h i l a d e l p h i a Orm 10] 1 I A - 4 D 0 C i n c i n n a t i 090 WO 120 3 R 0 Roberto W P ) and Bur«e*4. C h u r r h (LPi. Perkownhi ant! S r m l n f r k lHfli , nhol1f . 1 0 0 i i 3 : ] * Z 2 i · 4 1 1 3 I I t n o n i i i o i j i o 1 6 ' ) . 0 0 0 ! I 0 0 ' 1 30 7 ? ! Tt'wr-f.Sp?ri;i!)-M«r l a iKt .Iim S^''ft'''r nf Pic^-r* movsi") into the Trnnrf ro'inH ^f plav y*sterdj^' in I (t»(i ^nrma! T-A-in-Citv Golf Course ·i-rrp!p i '*nt vvh'fh on^nfd !',s m s t f h piny phnsf v«$tcrrtay. Shof- e t l ^ v M ) - in thf first round. Jfyninr. .H: % ofner ( n thff niurt^r- ^is ) j'^ri'?if. ^i^i '^h^ "Mvori's ^on" r^nd'Hd!(··«· hid for }\\t tltl* w*r*; »-.n.«. «F-I, W . FivfrtfviHe. who trippH Bsss Trumho. Fav*tt«- '''· "^tprrlay; Wsyne Bonn, r '-n Springs, who downed J»m« P Pbnfn'r. Rogers, tn thf first miinrl: Of HP H^rriF. Soi-jrs. who I ' o M - r r r l ^ w n t i . Rnrinsdalp, who H « f r n t f d M n x I/mnry. Rogt-rs: Rv P-irnr", Favrtt^viU**. who dowrt»4 I---,- t,*th n i Fnveii^\'jlf; *nH Juf W)-^ii»r. Kavrttpvillf. who trtp- t - r - I « P v M t t . Ffl.Vffltevill.*. Sr'-'i-T-l .iTvl third round match«s ·.m ,.., t , n t h i s v-ek with finals in pU n^'f'ip slat?d fnr Sunday. Shofner V/ ^ng.i Wilson. s Harris. Wheeler. ,IT » 14 Totah i n t o douh play for hVl'y in Leonard I n »'h L A'lan nnhert. .Ir.. h -Grounded fnr (^i.narrt m rh * -. ^ l f n ^nwrcrirt. Raken. vi. New Vork :.az nin iti't-n rjM*-fr Wr%y. Roj«fK. C r!^m, mp ,,,,v nh^r. .1-rV,',",' fe" '·«·· s ''" !t - "»««»· «· G«»l« flBt-Thrmprnn 2. He-ena 2. s.iuer 7 · Rsm^lt. H*rrl*pn. ?IS*i. te n ;. fSv. K ar^K n :L (: ,- 7 nn ' f"«« v 4 «. sid Rhndo »n-Thonunn. Rf rrna A l w r l l | Warlf. FnBcrs. SJI"'i I" 1 ' """"· Yv "" B ·will!"""'; Hcrh Slurd!v«nt. Sprtnid»l«, vi. l?.n;; M ,'l!:i "..,rjl,m.n""u. : rl« "",1' ill': ! Onr Blind. Row,,. m a n ; J e f f f o a f snd Fonrty. I^M.-NCW V n r k !t. C h l r a i ' " ,, J n n ^ n n Klippj , r ; l i f l r n I HO~KllpjK.lr Mini;*. .I)in*fn f t in V t Ki-l|v 3 ' r ! m w i \ - i n * n \*t L*nnaM .1 in i. wuiiiim' i ' i n 3'i ' r Birrher, Ro«eri, v«. Jim Kin- KR--Kllppalrln J-«. K e l l y l - u . j r f f HpHOrS. J. L. M. . . . . N. 7.inn. Ttytttwll*. vi. J. '^nVkT ^.·"wWrfss, 1 :-'"- n v nfi1 ^- rori *° rth ' T "V- lipr«trin J. Jinicn 2. K M l y |, W l l - ; W f l l l f r Talhlltt, Rogfffl. VS. Btn Ipplr llheln Chlr»«o S. Ni" CHicaoo ·Kirk I ·Uii^rn fi-S; WElhelip ) - i ; j,r"(j"fiar(l 1-1 HllP.-Kllppj;».in f b a r k t W P K l r n f i · iftth W i n n e r - J m u r n uc-ri- 1 Wr K l l p p i l c t n if,-7j I f - r i M l n r i f . i n i . Bar lick. Gorman and Dnn.Vflii T --" ^ A--29.2»7. Ah r h 4 0 I Rlzi 1 o 0 Coli tilrx r»n« ! ah r K K.1 I I I ! M !i 2 i rox. .11 r f 4 0 2 R*pNe. re Al Sima si-ffcrert loss acainsl Ifi vl-- ·!J } j ; Sloal shut oi.t Hie Lookout- on j n i five h i i j | n ihe sevon- i-ishlrap. I ' l hits Half i the Stoltbv n lining I Dnrlrh. p of Chattanooga's: Totala two games were n o o 39 6 12 Totals .54] .500 .470 .459 .450 .448 a-Slrurk out for I ' i l l r t i b -- H i n R f r r i f n r H f M a s t r i f n f i t h r -- F l i r d for Hoicr.mh? in . t h , ;n j d -- Hied out (or Baker in n t h . 'te m : S i . r,ouis . . ofti noo o.iO-r,. W a K h m R t o n . 040 030 OOx--7 K -- M a r s h . R R 1 -- V r r n n n 2 . Grarwo. Yost. Rush.\. / . n r f l l a 2. J r n x r n . H u n - ntls. N l e m a n . M i c h a e l s , (jold.sherry 2 2B--Grawo. Busby 2. H i v e r n . Michaels 3B--Vcrnon. SB--Kryhfukl. V r r n n n I . p f i -- S t I,OU:K T. W n s h l n g t o n f HH , n r r r r i ) 1. Holrombr 2 SO~l*ilir!tr .. M a r r r r o 4. Hn.comb* 3 HO--I'Mli-ltp tl m 2- Holrombp S in 5; Ovf-rnurc- 1 in *- li,-rns! n in ! .T: M a r r a m td m 7-' h : llayr.rtt 2 in l ' i H A F.H-Plllclii- 4-1. · Holmmbe S-S. M n r r r r o fi-fi W l n n r r - i M a r r r r n - h - n Lnscr - - P i l k l l e ifi R I H -- I M c G n w a n . H u r l r y , So-.r. KnP5p. T-- ' L 1 22 ttCOND CAM! -Si. i,(.ii-.( fiun n;ii on 3 ii ·» · VVB'.hlUKlon * \m 2\n liOx - fi « 0 R \ r n * il.Pt. Harris!. O v r r m i r e . M n M - i.Min ,ind Johnson, P n r i c r f i r H I W P J · and Keller. I 0 0 0 II II I I I , . . 1 0 0 ) doubles. The victories put ihe Crackers n f u l l gnmo abend of Chnllanooua. All the other giimes yesterday were close. Little Rock took a cimiblo-header from Mobile, 4-3 and 4-2; Biiiv.lngliani tripped Nashville, fi-5, 2-1; Memphis .ind \ew flrle.nns s-ilit, '.he Chirlrs I iking the opener. 4-.1, but dropping the nighlr.-ip, 0-1. :ollln*. FOX. 20 s 0 2 Noren. Minoio. cf S 1 .1 Btrra. JtnhlnJinn, I h 4 .1 1 M a n l l P cf 4 0 1 MI*If. rf 4 0 0 Woodtlng. rf 1 d ') t.o!lar. c 3 1 2 Bmicr. (f | f) 0 Itorirn 7. .Ih 4 0 2 MrDouf'rt 3h 4 u . Wrlihi. If 3 0 ) 5f((rl«l. Ih 4 0 0 nThomn* 0 0 0 KUravs, p Co'iman, I f 0 0 0 bMire * 0 1 cRi-ynoMn o o rmnin. p o o o .17 A 14 Tol«l»t LVN r h n m.-irM; ! 1 I Grrml TT*pUMOH ah r h Rnjrovin. p Itojtbv ^ 0 f) Robinson. 2h 4 I I Helt ' - ' '..tko. r f - l f K h u h i . If K i i r i l l n . rf H n l d r r . rf Mortiri 3b 2 II H . Walker, r 1 0 1 Wartf. p niark. p Totals a-i;* ted i .14 4 7 Brooklyn P i t t s b u r g h K~f!rnat Srmh-i rf 0 1 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 3 2 2 K i n r r n j , j 4 1 1 riarndoin r 4 I ·· 0 0 0 Mcr*t'n 3h 4 1 1 4 2 2 llel Oreco. cf 4 I J 4 1 2 S t t l r k l . - n i l . 2h 4 I 1 4 0 0 D i r k ' c n , p 3 0 1 3 0 0 W l l k v tt 0 0 0 1 0 1 aKna'hnr-k :i " 13 TiiUK ina for ^ ..Bill McCurdv. Rogeri, vi. fitreernld. fayettevillf, Thlrrt FHghl . I'at Perrin. Fayettevltlf, byf. Pete Kord, Rogeit, : vi. it Brooks. Fayellevllle. | BUI Brown. Roeen. by«. Ralph Brooks, Snrln|4ttle. vs. J. Phlnp.i. Fa.vetteVllle. ^ .Tesi Towan. Rr.. Rogjtt. bye. Dr. Jim Pickens, rfl(ffri. v«. Boh Nlrhoi=. Rogers. If. H. Kikes. Rpringdale, by*. ..... M i l t Monagh.in. Rogfrs, n. I " o| iienn- Matlork, Rogers.- 17 ' I J | 3.1 7 12 -rrt wiih^ : n g.h "I r»w«p FlIfM 01.1 loo (Ko-ii' .lark Gmcfy. Rnjcrs, vj. B. T*r* Rn.-Mn^rrXfti^- ""'"'· Banirriiiir 3. R n D i n - ; Jim Cor«wn»r, Robert, vi. Jni ·Mnri. Roners. Bank. Roffn, John a - l a c r l f l r f d for Wrljlil !n ·'.". \f-- Slnllfrt f^r K u r . i v n In Hm p--Pan for M l r t In Rth ' aon. Walttfr. Garafiola l) I (iri-r^ "h ! n^ Chic.id . ooi 002 020-t'; -Drl Orrco. W n i k c r ( i m - a m n u ' llf-- - . New York 000 OOI om_*! Snliltr. HR~-Shuha. Hohlntnn Pa'lVn 0»ll It-NoM Iint-nnlilnann. Loll.r J.; SB-Co.. DP-C.rr,al In fiirlrkland !., : f , RortrlKurr. Thomaa. Colllna, N o r f n . ! Barllromr; Cox lo noli rumi to Htvluct r L . n ' , n « M a o l l r 2. ZB-Wrl«hl. (lotovln. HI- Z I.«ft-Bror.)i!yn .^ Plilah'iriili V? fin Bobby BrtxikJ. Rofrri. VI, Dr. pnao JB T Mlranta flR-Rohin.nn. l . o l - i -nirk.'on i. Wart- I so--Wa1- · ^ .'. .ilarshall. Roftn. lar. Colllnj. SB-BUiulo S-Thnrnw. Dlrkion .1 n i a r k I MO-Wartr 3 -n , * DP--niiT.nlo and Colllna; M a n l l n and I «'i: Black 3 In J ' v Dlrkinn 10 In J I Bfrra. U f l _ C h l r a « o f. N-w Ynrk «. Wllk. 3 In 1. n f , rH-W.rtr - - l i Nol whlt». noi WMtl. 5OI If*. P6^ v \"^£^r^z.'K£ 1 -.'K!!;' !^."olk-;n w ',r DUI · ", ivor bleni( * ·"""»- nlnis Iftcerl four h a t t e r * In H t h i : ITii I f - G o r e Cnntan s--,ri anrt JUllW * Knmtn M«1I HrtfO, -i'^l'^'^'i^'^^J 0 - 0 '- K t t f t i v a i.S-.M;- KuitllHtnn. T«3:75. X.-H.4»n. , 11-ll-tf U A R K THE HEROIC MEN AND WOMEN THAT FORGED A RAILROAD TO THE WEST mat* «in ··_re*4l HVSI:H\II Foyettcville Chicks vi. Siloom Springs Tuesday, July 22nd, 8:15 Fairgrounds Park Gea* School mtf l*yi Club Mcmlwn Mmin* Pro* TONITE Tutsday 8:00- S E N S A T I O N A L Return Premiere The Dark Command »«amkl/t ltrur» ftifvrint FrM Miniature Golf IIDRIVE IH f Edmond O'BRIEN tttrOatj HATMII · h. LATE NEWI THERE'S CLASS IN THE CLASSROOMS! SHE PUTS THE WHAMMY IN HER ALMA MAMMY! 1:20-3:20 S:20 - 7:23 - f :25 * COI.ORCD CARTOON LATt WOBLP HEW1 nAc . 00AL « l . 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