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aM record fall today as the fourth c , , - . . -- . . - ,, . . , , _ _ . - . . dwr ol track and field compel!- F I G H T MOB PUZZLED OlympicsEnter Fourth Day Hoi) b«|«n In the big Olympic Stadium with qualifying IkrM i vtnti. Th« women's bro»d jump mi.... 4)f.f.M mtten (18 feet, 8.02 in- chM) wai subjected to a mass, astault and WES smashed by four ! girla, one an American, within a jhort time after competition «tart- j ti. · Yvette Williims of New 7,ea-1 land »ot OH the best jump of the ««rly triils, clearing 6.16 meters! (10 fett, !.52 (nches), nearly two 1 feet beyond the old Olympic it*nd«rd, established in 194B by Olga Gyramatl of Hungary. Rlfht behind Miss Williams In thi Qualifying for this afternoon's final earne Mibel Landry of Chi-! capo with a jump of 18 feel, 3.50 inches. Two Russian girls, Alok- tandri Chudina and Nina Dtjer- kina, alio exceeded the former New York-Wi-Harry Matthews III Matthews Ain f fShowin r Nothing In Workouts For Marciano Scrap Koslo Maintains Mastery Over Cardinals. 3-2 Shontz Records 17th Win Of Braves Rally To Year As A's Nip Browns, 3-2 Nip Cubs, 6 To 4 New York-W)-Hank Thompson smashed his 13th hohier of the season to drive in two runs in the sixth inning last night as the . It wsj Shan!?. 1 eighth strajsiil'! IW!C6l l"Ji W'l 'wo win over Ihe Browns this teason, I putting him very close to the 2 0 - ; Clpvelard-'/p.-Thc New win mark for the season. He has Yankees nprncil V. S. Setting Pace Ainerican men, who have been - -- -- ...» .- - - . - . letting the pace in this unprece- N '=w York Giants cooled off the,' w h e n he camc cast '"»" Seattle." dented record-breaking carnival, I red-hot gt. Louis Cardinals, 3-5.' St. Louis -(/P.i- Bobby Shantz* chiilked up his 17th win o. r the ' season yeslerday s his Philadel-1 phia Athletic mates squeezed out ,, . . . . , . , . . i * ru " in the n i n t h inning (or a ' has the light mob pualed. I 3-2 win over the fit. Loins Rr.,,.,,. . lhe boys ride the subway down to I l t h Street and climb flight! to watch him work every afternoon. They wait and wait. Nothing happeni. Jack Hurley'i protege glides through a couple of rounds with husky Keene Simmoni of Bayonne, N.J., and calls it a day. They have been waiting for him to cut loose. So far he hasn't. But he'll be ready for Rocky Marciano Monday at Yankee Stadium. "He's ready right now," laid Manager Hurley. "He was ready SPORTS; Yanks Drub Tribe Yori; Bosion-(/Pi-The Boston Braves siioticd the Chicsjo Cubs i grjnd- shjm h o m f r by Dee Kondy and llicn rallied tf win. 0-1 Vern Bicl:ford was t h e winner and Paul Mmner lhe loser. Cub skipper Phil Cuvarretla was fjceied from :he came for protest- ng a balk r.illcd a u a i n s t Mmncr ^AxXvA 10RTHWUT AIKAN1AS TIMcS, Foy.ttevill., Arfce)*»4M,. Wednesday, July J3, 1732 Trucks Hurls One-Hitter At In the fourth and stole teeond. Ditralt i, WMfitittu* l WAIHINCTON ' MTMIT ab r h at r h Vnat. 3b 4 0 1 Oroth. or t I 0 4 0 0 fedcroff, I* 4 0 1 5 0 0 HatfUld. , | Bi contented themeslves with ordinary performance »s they had to attain only comparatively easy qualifying distances. Rookie Jim Rhodes, making his Pnlo Grounds dehut, hammered a home run his first time at bat. Dave Koslo went the route for All three American entries the Giants winning his seventh iiUillflrf for the javellne throw of the season snd f i f t h over the final without removing their j Cards. Gerald Staley dropped his f^"._ "-. S L w . hlch strv ; c . d as P r °-! l l l n t h same and sixth to the Gi"' " ants. Koslo has beaten the Cards liis last 13 sanies against them lection against raw, cold weather Franklin (Bud) Held of Lake- .,, aide, Calif., former Stanforrt n t h - ] in a strinfi stretching back to June lete, got off the best American! 1950 loss, 225 feet, 1.63 inches. Cy i Young of Modesto. Calif., did ?20i No* York 1. St. Lsuli I ST. LOUIS NIH YORK Simmons, a technical knockout cut eye victim of Rocky Marciano's, senses a gradual improvement in Matthews. "He hits a little better every day," said Simmons. "Me hit me a pretty good right hand yester-. day. No, not much in the stomache. i He's taking it easy on me." Matthews' best move is to slide sway to his right and then throw a quick counter right. He does it once or twice a day with Simmons. In his shadow boxing later, he digs J«Mt. II Pain. lb Philliy. cf . LOUII ah r h ,,[, · n o Yount. 2 h 4 0 1 * n 2 Ziriiia. if ; n n I cf J?iJ«n. rf Coin. II ftunntta. i Vfnon. II Bakrr. Ib Thorni,', If 3 f i-NulJiJS; }} , ° 5 ] NtW Clark, rf 3 0 O.bGarvtr H n o ... Hilchc'k. 3b 4 1 2,Mors r t u n Ri'Juln. Slider. 2t J 0 0 Krytlolkl. Ih 3 0 (I "" aValo l o 0 cMichaels I 0 1 Kell. 3(i q 0 o'Dyck. Sh n i l Ajtroth, .. fihantz. p i vfri cf 3 0 2 . . Collins. I h Bauer, rr lirrr 2 0 O'DeM'eatrl. M .1 0 1 (Cain, p 3 0 0 1 n n n 1 M n n t l c . V.'oodlln 4 (I H Conprr p .1 I 2 Cordon. If I I 2 Crowe, lb « 0 Sistt. r f 3 o f l uanleln r f 2 1 0 Ultlmer, 2h u o o Blckford. o l 0 Oi n o o i o o 34 4 7 TOIall IPalge. p S2 3 8 Totin 0 0 0 31 2 S Miller of Phoenix. Ariz., threw 211 feel, 7.62 Inches. The minimum qualifying distance was 209 feet. 11.74 inches. Walter Ashbaugh, Cornell University athlete from East Liverpool, Ohio, snd Jim Gerhardt of San Antonio, Texas, qualified for Totals the final of the hop, step arid jump in the first half of the field. American tliaolnated 4 0 1 Lockman, ib 4 1 0 1 ' said Attell. the promoter. H. Hire. It 3 0 II Rhodes If aLowrey ] 0 0'Mueller rf Johnson. 3b 4 0 l.Yvsrs. bStanky Staley. p 3 0 0 Biii Xmtlake of Euclid, Ohio. American heavyweight wrestler. wa» eliminated right at the start of the final day of mat competition. K«nlake, starting with three demerits, lost decision to Bertil Andersson of Sweden. The defending light heavyweight champion, Henry Witten- beri of New York, was given one demerit when he defeated August Englaa of Russia but failed to score a fall. Neither was eliminated, but Wittenberg row has four demerita. Five mean elimination. The big ck-awing card today wai the Javelin throw. Toivo Hyytiainen is the Finnish champion. He and hit team males. Soini Nik- kimen and Eino Leppanen, all threw the ipear more than 70 meters (about 230 feet) in the qualifying trials. Today's track finals also Include the 200-meter dash, which Should be another American triumph, and the hop, step and jump with Brazilian Abhemar f. da Silve favored. BaoVU LeUlsit ftUMia is leading th« unofficial Olympic scoring parade with the Unites State: In second place after three diyt of competition. Due to strength in the gymnastic competition, the Soviet's ahletes have piled up 1M.5 points. The United Stltea with eight firsts In track and field has scored 115. Three new marks went into the books yesterday. Sim InesS of Los Angeles pulled a real surprise by out-throwing Defending Cham- Slaughter, rf 3 j rThomps'n'. cf 4 i 2 "Do yoti think Marciano would 3 o o . have taken a match with Bob l o ] | Murphy a year ago? Murphy was o 1 1 the hottest xuy around until Mat; thews cooled him Off. If Marciano j is another Dempsey, Matthews' is T 3 9 ' a new Tlinn *'' He's a smart fight- ·'"-·· er who knows all the movei. 1 think Matthews is a cinch." Over in a corner, two veteran . on 009 000-2 trainers sat sided by side They Oio 002 odx-3 t.j w.-- j-,,.. vjsitc)1 .s at the ~ 3 0 J Koslo. p 1 0 0 2 O n 1 0 0 34 2 R Tolalj a--Fouled out for Juder In 91h. b--Ran for NJeman In 91 h fh~ ' ° U t * h " '"' Kryhl "' tl ln Philadelphia. . . . St. Louis . 000 OHO 201--'I -.-.-- - · 000 Oil 000--2 ·Hitchcock. R B I -- D y r k , N l c m » n r.-- nucncocK. R B I -- Dyrk, N l c m » n Aslrolh !. Hitchcock. 2B-tMa«;n -- . . - a « ; n HH-- D.vck. Nleman, Ajtroth. S-- Clnrk Jui""TM.^ ,""['· y° uni! gntl Kryho- tcl ":°'' k . 'Kcll and Fain. Lc!l- a -Grounded rut fnr H. Rice in lib . and went 10 left field. b- Fouled out fcr Sisler in 9th. c-- Hied out fir Staiey in sth. Nc\v York 010 002 ,, K--Knslo. Rni--.Tohmon. Rhodes D. Rice. Thompson 'i 2H--Sliler. HR-Rhodes, T h o m p s o n . DP--Hf-mus Suhoendiensl an-1 Sisler. I.efl--51 Louis 7. New York S. EB--Slaley 1. Koiln 2 SO--Slalpy 5. Koslo 2. R T.R --Slaley 5-.1. Kosln 2-2. HBP-SIalty (Dark. Rhodesi. Winner--Koflo 17-31 Lo."r-S!a!ey ,12-9). L'-Conlan. Slo- wart. Ciieliclmn and Gote. T--5:23. A-- Y. O. Gym where Matthews works. "Who do you like?" somebody anked. "I not to 40 with Marciano." came the answer. "This fuy ain't showed nothing yet.'* pion Adolfo Consolini in the discus with a record 55.03 meters (180 feet, 5.85 inches). Consolini who finished second, also bettered the previous record which he set at London four years «e;o. Bob Richards of Laverne, Calif, r-sised the pole vault record to within a fraction of 15 feet when he clearer! 4.55 meters. And Herbert Schade, an errorless runner from West Germany, chopped three full seconds off the i,000-meter record when he Won his heat in 14:15.4. Olympic records were equaled n the other two track and field finals yesterday. Mai Whitfield of "olumbus, Ohio, repeated his 184B success in the 800 meters and duplicated his time of 1:45.2, Marjorie Jackson of Australia won the 100-meter dash for women in 11.5 seconds, the same as Fanny Blankers-Koen posted four yenrs ago. T h e D u t c h housewife scratched yesterday because illness. of The A n l a i c l i c continent has the highest average elevation of any of the world's comments. Chicks Pound Siloam Springs For 11-5 Win The Tayettevllle Chicks downed Siloam Springs, 11-3, last ni»ht in an Ozark League contest played at the County Pair Grounds. Bogan and Proctor combined in pitching the Chick! to the victory. Began gave up four hiti and three runs in six framea to gain the win. PrOctbr gave up one hit and two runs in finishing the game. The Chicks pounded Siloam Springs pitcher .Tarnee for 11 hits and 11 runs with »iic walks and an error assisting. Three three- run Innings -- in the first, second and eighth -- accounted for molt of the Fayetteville advantage. Drake led the Fayetteville bating attack with four hiu in four .rips tfl the plate. Dunlap atoned 'or a pair of errors at third base with two hits in four trips. Corruption! Waste! Communism! LET'S SWEEP 'EM OUT! WASHINGTON COUNTY'S QUOTA FOR "A NEW BROOM" IS $2001.76--OUR NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND QUOTA. WE WANT 2001 AND 7^108 VOTERS TO MAIL $1.00 EACH AT ONCE. MAIL TO MEDCASHION Box 537 Foyetteville, Ark. Washington County Republican Committee "WE LIKE IKE" Eisenhower Political adverlUement paid for by Washington County Republican Committee, Ch»rle» Atkinson, Fayettevlile, Chairmen t . ; , . a n . c - Philaflelphia s. St. Louis 4. BB-shaim 2, Coin 2. SO-- Shantz 3 Cain ' Paler 1. HO-raln 7 in s'b Innltifa: Pali, l m *',. B b ER-Cain .V3. Paige o-n Shann ;-2. Winner-Sham,: " if' 'r-Caln I6-PI. McQowan and Hu DP- Jaw. Sud., Phillies Sweep Twin-Bill Prom Bucs, 14-4, 9-1 Fhiladclphla-W-The "Flghtin 1 Phillies" of PhllErtiMphla swept a twl-nlght double-header from the Pittsburgh PiratOB yeitcrday to move v/ithln a lialf ^amo of the I fourth" place Cubs and at the same ! time reach ths .500 mark in the! sta* lings for the first time elncc I early In the season. The Phils had ' comfortable margins j n both · fames, M-4 and 0-1. Russ Meyer was the \vlnning pitcher in the first gamp, allowing 10 hits. Carl Drews gained the win in the second game. h 4 Tottla Fnndy. Ib -- · TM Serena Tih K ! CLIVELAND I lirtiwn. s» Ij r h ,-i!] r h ' Minncr. p r- 2 - G:\-nn. in f. n it I.own p S ; 3 A v i l r , ;n 4 0 0 .ill m«n«kl ^ 1 :' Mi:-.-l.o.. If i M i Ix-ninrd. p 1 2 no«rn r.b T n 'I !'.l:ickson I S 0 l!n.-,hv , f 3 1 1 Tntnla . If 5 II 3 « n.;:r.n. rf 4 I I j Th S n I .'l-j.iii. r 4 0 1 1 a ~ K H B n out for I.own In 7lh 1 S 0 rComtv. if 1 1 1 ' b -- F l l t d o u t for Leonora In Slh n 6 1 ii riV'din'n'.'sa i n i i . E o . i u m 2 0 0 Frllrr. p 2 n 1 T.--Ni '" '· l' o o o . C n i w o Coopor. IB-Fondy. o'ord. p - k i 0 II 0 ! jlR-Koarly. Si,(|. S-COOMr . Blrk- inn 0 0 0 ! ord Lefi-r-i,i,.,|, 0 5. D o.io n 7 DB- '· P 11 " ": gioli'nrcl 2. M l n n e r J. Ltnnartl I SO-,, , ,, ; E »|" 1 " P"^'"', 11 · »«""" ! H0-Mlnn?r 7 41 7 17 Ttv.il. 33 3 7 In .·', bininja; Ljuvn 0 In Hi l.,on»rd | aBapp Detrolt-WPi.Vlrgll Trucks «svc' .'",",·,' 3 0 0 OrOH. Ih H 3 0 0 Mullln. rf i) ; o oUnhirdi. if 3 n o Olnitairi. z o o B«rrj -1 0 o Trucl 0 5 0 n I 0 0 I 0 0 28 0 1ITOUU i out on itnkoi Mr . rrr, · elu, r 4 e o lit lit 2 0 u J 5 i -It! It l 4 . . oro O jj |0 , RBI-Fnnrty 4. Si,I, 3 ' j l! ; I up junt one hit, a tint I n n l n j ! 4 n i | single to Eddie Yost, In p i t c h i n g ' · ' ° 11 the lost pluce Detroit Tigers to a i i 1-0 victory over the Washington! b--aroundtd out for HuUn-r, in J 2 B ! ( ) I Senators. Yost's no-hit spollinc i w h ,,hini,on om m lto-4 single came on the first pilch of Detroit ·· ._ . inojunejer-i Ibe game anrl \vas a slow-moving DP--virnlni. a--rtnn for rtascht in r,'h b-Grounclrd 0111 for Cornhn In 7th. r--Walked for Harrle In 7 l h ' «1--Ron for Mijpflti In 7lh e--SinRlpd for Uruwle In Blh. Ne* York O'l^ 012 020--7 Cleveland . . 000 300 Ofin- 3 17-'n I"--niyim 2. HBI--Simpson 2. Poller, U-Soar ~ Frorte M 'D°uea1d. lilr.iiilo. Colllnt. M a n l l t . Icy TM-'l 54 A- - B - - M » r l l n . Teller, nlmilo. Boner. HR id Fain: Moss nnd | fT n , E]TM". 1 , S ~ McUo "t" ld DP--Col- York II. Cleveland 7. BB--ttBueHI 2 S»in 2. Fuller 2. Brlssie 1. Ito--Raiehl 5 in S i n n l i i f w : Siin 2 In 4: Feller 12 In 5 i n o n r oul in (illn: l i r r r i j ,1 in 2: BrlE'Ie 2 in 2. n fc E R -- R a ^ h i .1-3: Sain fl-0: Feller .1-4; Tfnrr t fl-o W-- Hnfr 1 !! n l - J i . L--Frller i7-5i. IJ-Sum- mor«. McKlnley. Stevens an-1 l/mp T-350. fICOHB CAME York . . (inl Ol'j (HI--fi n ·' land . 000 010 1100.-I s .1 Reynolds. M o r n n n l l j nnd !'-:r.i: r.rtmiek. li.irris I71. nri«ln i » i . lioirh '31 and TBhlje'I. lltg.in i l l . «T-- He.vnolda. LP--firomck New Clev PITT«1U»OM i Ko.h'r.k. JbVo^Ry.n. 2b 'Vj'i Groat, i 4 0 0 Aihburn. cf 3 4 2 BUf. rf Kinir. If Mtraon, 2b M'C'loulh. Dodgers Rally To Edge Reds In til, . Jl Gr«co. Cf 4 0 S' Buri B'tiromt, lb 4 5 0 Wi Hotue. p LaPalmt. I O'Wyroitek. r f 4 3 2 4 0 o, Ennia, If 5 1 3 3 3 2 Mamner. 69 s o 1 4 0 41 Jfjnes, 3b .s ii urffU 'alfkua. 0 0 0'Meyer, p 2 0 0 1 0 0 lb 4 0 ] .1 1 0 H 12 --Grounded out for LaPalm* In 9th ,, ^b'urcn 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 -- 4 Philadelphia 24! 001 02K-14 , *· , ? er "TM?--tnnls S. Hamncr 3. wyrO!tek-3 .Ashburn 2. McCuIloudh Mh-Knnla. np-llamner. Ryan and Wattkui; Jontn. Ryan and Wallkiis. L«tl--PitUburjh 6. Phllaflflphla 4 BB --HORUE 5. LaPalme 1. Meyer 4. SO-- UPalina I. Meyer 2. Ho--Hogue 9 In 3 Inhlnga; LaPalmt 3 In 8. R Ac EH-- Koijue 11-10. LaPalrae 3-3. Meyer 4-4 HBP-Hogue i R y a n j . Winner-Meyer 17-171. Loser--Home 11-11. u--Barllch Gorman, Donatelh. Rallanfanl T-2:34. A--i.000 feitlmatcd). Ji'V 1 !"^'!}. ITM TM'° 030--1 12 2 Ml»d.tlnhla 100 061 OOx- 8 1(1 1 . . Main iLPi. Wllk«. fisher and Cor- ·Ilola; Drewi (WP). Hanien and Lo- Plta. It Is estimated that In bright nunlight the surface of Mars may be as high es 88 degrees above zero but would drop below zero at night. Brooklyn -MV Th* Brnokjvn Doclscrs climbed hark from apparent defeat last night to grab a 7-6 win over the Cincinnati Hcdi The Bums blew a 2-0 load in the top of the n i n t h snd snw lhe Red forge to a 6-2 lead In the top of the 10th. Then rhpy came roaring back for five run.i In the last of the 10th for the victory. Preacher fine, g u n n i n g for his eighth win of tho vcar, bad a shut- nut through right inning.':. Hut Terl Kluzewski banged N two-run triple in the ninth to t i e the count a n d : take Poe off the honk. Kenny Hnffer.sberjT-r. third C i n - , clnnatl pitcher, hit Rube Walker i to force in the winning run in Hie 10th. A single, an error, a double and n walk proceeded pair of singlM that-allowed Brooklyn to ratch tbe Heds at 8-15 in the. lOih. Gil Undoes was then ivalked to f i l l the hoses w i t h two outs and Raffensbr-rcer whipped two strikes past Walker. Hut the bird pitch hit him and that was .he ball game. The v/in marked the ninth In a row for the Dodgers. 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