Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 24, 1952 · Page 11
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Thursday, July 24, 1952
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American^Break Records.Jtussians Continue To Lead In Olympics Ul Jl **H*l»m*rHtmt! l mm,im _ . _ . _ _. ·_ sir Javelin, Sweeps 1-Meter Dash Hungarian Sets New World Standard In Hammer Throw Event Heliinki - (1P . Joisef Csermak of Hungary broke the world rec- ord'for the hammer throw at the Olympic games today with a throw of 60.34 meters (107 feel H.H inches) ifter he had better-' I ,«d the Olympic record twice on previous tfforts. The former world record wu 59.88 meters (11)6 feet 5.5Z inches) by Imre Nemeth of Hungary in 1950. Thii w»» the fourth world rec- [ ord to bt broken in these games, in which 15 Olympic records already have been shattered and I -thrte tied in track and field. 1 In his earlier attempts today Cwrmik thrsw the hammer 187 J fict «.02 inches and 181 feet 0 2 4 I Jnchw. The former Olympic rec- 1 ord wu 58.49 meteri (185 feet 4.0« inches) made by Kar! Hein of Gtrminy at Berlin in 1936. Buaton Wltu In tin 10,000 mettrs walk when I Bruao Junk of Russia won his 1 qu»ltfyirn heat in 45:OS.8 ind in ' ISPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fnyitttvill*, Arlmnat. J Thursday, July 24, 1*52 District Legion Baseball Tourney Opens The NorthwMt DIctHn * - - - - ^ * ' second hurdle and halted at the thirri. The great Dutch star, who competed against the advice of her physician, left the track disconsolately. Miss Strickland won with plenty to spate. Maripa Golubichnaja of Kussia was second. America's best prospect of winning a told medal today appeared to be in the 110-meter hurdles. Cards Tryout Camp Attracts 73 Candidates The St. Louis C.rdin.l baseball tryout camp opened yesterday with one of the largest turnouts in the history of this section. More than in which Dillard equaled the Olympic record yesterday. The ctea of collecting medals was firmly implanted in the minds of the Americans by their startling through their paces 70 be Scout Fred Ha candidates for contracts twn one - two performance in th* javelin throw yesterday. dlympic recordi alto fell today i Dcs P il(i t h e American's domin- '· - - - - ,.,.,,,,: .1.1 ance in track the Russians, . the women's javelin throw, where Alekwndra Chudina of Russia I fossfoi the spear 46.17 meters (151 1 feet 5.75 inchei) in qualifying I trials. group of athletes just as pro-1 ficient but in different sports, are leading in point totals, :66H to 202, thanks chiefly to the dominance of their gymnasts. The United States may score All thr« American entries ] some unexpected Harrison Dillard of Cleveland, victories ru them professional reported to and went , in warmup drills and under game conditioni at the Fair Grounds Park. A fair crowd filled the stands to watch the tryouts, which opened at 11 a. m., «nd lasted until about 3 p. m. The i4»ond d.y of Iryouts was on tap this morning at 10 a. m., with a smaller number of candidates due to report and the program due to be wound up by 1:30, the time for the open Th« NorthwMt District Amer-* lean Legion Junior Bateball Tournament opened this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with fayettcville meeting a highly rated Oiark team. Green Forest wa« to play Eureka Springs at 4 o'clock; Berryville was paired against Prairie Grovi at 6:30, and Paris was opposite Fort Smith at 8:45 in other first round games. The double-elimination tourney extends through Sunday w i t h five gam«i carded tomortow. four Saturday and the finals Sunday afternoon. Reds' Perkowski FirsfSoufhpaw To Beat Dodgers This Year, 6-4 Ozsrk, Fort Smith and Fayette- It was only Brooklyn-Wl-Ilarry Perkowski,· Cincinnati southpaw, brr.-imp th? first lefthander tn j.t,nt n prime and win it from tiio Brooklyn Dori- ters this year yestprdny ;.s he i went the route in cainii:p a fi-4 victory over the lear.iip If.i'iers. the second win nf thf. jPhils Humble Pirates, 4-1 season for the Reds nvr-r thr- Burns. ; Previously ville are regarded as the strongest teams in the tourney with Ozark and ^ Fayetteville meeting in an j aiders had toed the ruth'J'r'Wr opening test which will go a long ! the Dodgers in opening p ' u g n way toward determining t l i e ' m o n l s and .ill had l u s t , a l t h o u r h chances of both. ! St. Louis' Willie Wc-rle had wtin Fayetteville, coached by Leroy I in relief. Burris, has one of the strongest I For Perkowski It wns the pi K '.»- teams in many years and is t:\~ I win against six losr.cs Lookouts Gain GameOnCrax By Thf Awiriatffl Prtw ' rh^t);mnn^u jot turk mtn hij;h j scar bit nlEhl Anrt, Mnh : l; ;- j lliilly sot out o( ln',v. ', The t/inknuts whipppr! Blnn' hnm. 7-5, tn rnd n ( i i i r - g a m r loh- ! i»K s t r i n g and p l r k up .1 i;ime in ; the race to ovi'rtakc Atl jr.f.i in I phirc of tl.c Knu'.l.iMn A-i; social ion. Phlladolphi.l-WJ-A f i f t h inning by Il Ennis w i t h one on pccttd to make its presence before the tourney is over. ,,_ ,,,, Season tickets are available f i f t h i n n i n g double and Gi, ,,.,,,,;,·,. ,,:,,,.,«,,,.,,,,, woren a run ir through members of the American ' I!| t" homer in the t i x t h drove in the first ir.ning and never trailed Legion and tickets will be on ale! all the Dodger runs. felt up 10 hits with only two nf them | h.ipless Bucs hitlcss a doing him damage. Billy Cox's j the last two Innings. . PhilndeipphlH scored a run in be more astonishing to the folks .ivories in , o p e n run through ing game of tne District Junior if them will ^S' 0 " Tournament. I meters high hurdles. i £'.',," ,,, p . I TITM A · ! J d ^un throwing is a national I ' V? " Americans also won their j sport there. They teach it to kids preUminary heats in the 400 meter I of five and six. So you can ima- I run, qualifying for second trials | sine the feelings of the crowd of I TfViav Thai* ur*v« 7l*-,l l t r t ^ : i ' tn nn« · . 1 , _ . Several players of potential pro- fe.«ional ability were on hand and · number of boys still in high school looked impressive in their workouts. Professional bas- ball representatives are prohibited from dealing with players until their regular high school grad- · ;»---%-ir .^y..w i i i d j s j suit.- nit- u-eangs or tne crowd of '" ulc " icguinr nign scnoot gran- later today. They were Mai Whit- , 70,000 in the modern Olympic I uati ° n date has passed, however , ,,t iv,i,,mh,,. n,,;,. ..... stadium when Cy Young, a 23- i s TM"t Hawn, delighted with year-old. 6-foot-5 giant from Mo- ! tne b 'S turnout, stated that it was at the Fair Grounds Park. Bosox Score Seven Runs In Ninth To Beat Chisox, 10-4 Chicago-f^i-Trw Boston Red Sox unlimbered their bats in the ninth inning to score seven runs and take a 10-4 decision from the Chicago White Sox. Joe Dobson taking over in the first trams with three runs already in, shutout th* Boiox until the fateful ninth. , _ Th* victory. Boston's sixth i n : '--forced WsikcTTo _ row, over the Pale Hose, came I sth. at the expense of Dobson, who had relieved Hal Brown In the first frame. Chuck Stobbs was called in in the ninth to help stop the carnage. Eleven Boston hatters went to the plate in the big inning. Sid Hudson s t a r t e d ' f o r Boston but gave way to Ralph Bricker | Joe Adcock Andy Scmlnick and Bob Borkowskl all hit lounrl-trip- pers off Carl Erskine to provide Perkowski with his margin of victory. Cinelnnatl I. aj r(e |(|y n 4 CINCINNATI I BROOKLYN ah r h ah r h Bork'skl. cf .1 1 JICox, 3b S O I Adaml. 3b S O 0'Reuse, sj ' « ' Manh.ll, rf 3 0 0 Robinson 21 Kliue'kl, lb 4 2 2 Pnfko. lb Adtwk. If j 2 3 rurillo. rt Hatlon. 2b 4 0 1'Hnduec j b Sominlfk. c .1 1 2iwilllanu. -' McMillan. «s 4 0 II Walker, r 1'tTkokl. p 4 a I.iEmklne. p aMorgan Hnb Friend was the losor. 4, PltUHunh t Totata Kln«. p. bBridgra SchmitE. p rShuba 10 Totals i 4 o o 4 0 1 4 I 2 4 1 I ' · 1 1 1 4 0 1 1 0 I 1 I 0 ( i o n 1 II 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Jh r h K s n f r t k . 3h 4 0 1 Ryan ·'h Ornnt :u 4 o O'Alhhiirn M'kvtch. Ib I ' Wyrnstrk Kiner. l/ .1 o 0'r.nnli. If RnM rf 4 0 J Hmnncr. Mer*nn. 2n 4 r T'Jones 3b M C'lough. r 4 0 n Bur«e»i. ( Del Greco, cf 2 1 O'Waltkua. Friend, p 2 0 O'Ttiiizik. p aFlahcr 1 0 I'Roberli. n ' i Wllki. r 0 0 0 -' ToUta 32 J SITolali ,1, r I .1 i cf 4 0 rt .1 1 4 I u 4 0 4 n 0 3 0 lb J Q I o ( 32 « in of I'olumbus. Ohio, winner | of tht 800 meters title this y e a r , , .._,,.- ,,-!,,,,,-;, w a m ,,. om ,,,,,_, . ,,, ·fnTnm £ , ^ nc ff! er ' Ohin ' i ricEt0 ' CsliL ' f l u n S lhe $ P ear «° m I a h i f h l y sure «"ul camp and that i in the fifth.' Bricker'w'.s'thewin-' I 1 ?«? L TM a t s o n ' t h e All-America j Olympic record distance of 73.78 another camp probably would be I TMr, aided by a three-up-three-' inailbKK irom the University of meters (242 feet .79 inches). And nelti next year. He inHi- a tnrt tn , t I down chore in the ninth by Ray I """. f "mcisco. in add msult tn injury along he might request additional help 1 ? carboroui?n ' Tne W h lto Sox now Shirley Strickland of Australia.: carr.e Bill Miller of Phoenix Ariz I i n scrwning the boys in the fu- a ^ e oit '' °' th . eir last 13 g? m "' *-ho set a world record nf 10.8; to grab second nlace. ' " lure if the camrj contlnu« tn h. ,,, Dom . "iMaggio and F I seconds for the women's 80-meter I hurdles yesterday, won the rham- ' I piers-hip today in 10.9. I Trip. Add Quit* grab second place. It was another record day all and field--two around in track world records bettered, five , Olympic marks broken and two as successful. Mrs. Fanny Blankers-Koen of i equaled. Holland, the defending champion i Fcrreira da Silva of Brazil bet-: - «nd winner of four gold medals in ! lereci his own world record. in the j I the !94t Olympics, tripped on the j n °P. slep and jump. 1 i ------ - -- · - ' Yvette Williams of -- New Zealand won the women's broad jump : with an Olympic record. ! Horace A.«henfelter of New York broke the Olympic mark in win- nine his heat of the 3,000-mctEr steeplechase. Andy Stanfield o f i Now Jersey equaled the 200-met- I crs Olympic record in winning I the final. Athletics Come ( Front Behind To Nip Browns, 3-2 FIFTH RenhKky'j fovoriti straight legrben! Cast a vote for Early Times, and make your parly a success. EARLY TIMES Every ounce a M$h$ whisky! KENTUCKT STAtlBNT IOURION WHISHT . It PROOF tmr TIMH oisTiiiEiir COKMNT . IOUISVILIE i, KENTUCKY St. Loufs-rVD-PMladelphia's revitalized Athletics came from behind last night tn nip the St. Loin- Browns, 3-2. U m a r k t d thi seventh straight lose ioi the Browns. . Duanne Pillette, who went all I the way for the Browns, was charged with his ninth defeat after rolling along with a 2-0 lead for six innings. The A's tied the score in the seventh and went out In front In the eighth. j Alex Kellner and Bob Hooper' 1 split the A'.s pitching chores with Hooper gaining the win. For the Browns the same marked the fifth on«-run defeat ir the last six decision? PhMMtlBhla 3, It Lwii 1 PHII.A0II.PHIA I «T. LOU It ·b r h! ab r h .Ton.t. u 4 0 3 Z.rlll.. I f 4 0 3 £in. lb 4 1 1. Marlon. « Phillcy. cf 4 l fdDtlslnt ThpmM. If 4 1 !| De'aeitrl, u Valo. rf 4 0 n 1 Kicman. rf Hllchc'k. 3b .1 0 0: Mos." c Suder, 2b 2 0 0 Dyck 3b aZtrniol o 0 Oi JByrnt bKucah o 0 «'Marsh. 3b Kftll. 2h 0 0 0 ' Rivera cf Aatroth. e - - - - - Kellner. p cClark Hooper, p to pace ·wWn I n a y'o Throneberry singled to open the game and George Kell stppped in to drive them home with his sixth homer uf the year to get the Benntowners off tn a fojt start. Those three batters each picked up two more hits during the game ace the 14-hit ittark. II, Chluf* I OHICMB DiMlffio. ft 5 2 3 fox. Jb * 4 1 ^ Th-berry. rf 4 1 3|Mlno.o. cf a i · cVollmcr i o o.Wrljhl. If 4 1 2 Scarb'r'h. p 0 0 0 Robinaon lb 4 0 1 Kell. Sb 4 2 3'Mtle, rf 4 1 Ooodman. 2b 4 1 O.Shocly. c Kv.ra. JJ i i iiiUrti,,. c Cernert. lb 3 l 1'Rodrls'i. 3b Wllbcr, e 3 0 1 Miranda, » bNIxcn 1 0 II Brown n cMD'rm'tt l O l ' D o b s n n . n fWhlte. c 1 0 O'stobbs p Lipon. w 3 I) 1 Hudaofl. p 2 0 O 1 Brickner, p I o 0 dSchmttt, rf o l Q. TollU 37 10 14 ToUta 33 4 |i) l--Singled for Kinl In 7th c--Struck out for Erhmilz in 9th Cincinnati . . . . . oin 311 (no--* Brooklyn .. . 000 032 000-4 K-- Adams HB1--Adeock n, S ini- nlck 2. Borkowlkl. Cox · Hnd^'e^ 2 2B--Kluszewski 2. Ailror.k Co.x Kil- rlllo HR-Adcork. Semlnlrk. Bnrkrro'- «kl. Hodccs. DP-RrrM. nn-rn in a il:l Hodges: Cox. rtohiiunn an * Hndcc- l'rrkow»ki. H.-i(t(in anil K l u v r w s k i Lefl-- Cinclnnii'i 5. Brnol;!vn fi nil Eraklnc 1. Klnc I. Srhmili I SO- Pe.rkcw»kl 4. Krskin- L' KiiiB ' SchrnlU 2 HO--Krakinr 7 In 5 i n n i n l i Kli« 3 in 2: Schmltz 0 in L' I! A r ; 1 --rtuklne J-3. Ktnn 1-J. Srhimtr. 0-0 WP--frskine. Wlnnrr-- pprki:-ki if- SI. lxaer--Envklno (10-3J. i.'~HiRKci* ·--Doubled for. Trtfrid In 7th. Pittiburth ooo ooo 100--i Philadelphia ... 100 110 lOx--4 K-Nont. MI--Wyroilek. Ryan rnnln 2. n«her. 2B--Btll. Koilllk risher. iffl--Ennli B--HltHik. Ltfl-- j u u PltUhurch «. Phlladelphfa I BB-~ 37 4 10 I friend 4. Hldzlk 2 SO--KrltnrJ I Fld- 7.1k .1. Honoris 1 HO-FnemI 10 jn « InnliiKft, nidzik R In 7: Wilka 0 In J- l!oher!. 0 In 2 R k CT-'rlend 4-4. itMjik 1-1. WinniT--Hirtzlk (S-Oi. txiier --FrloiKl n-isi. U-Dnnatelll. B.ll.n 4 f l l ' B "" ck - Co " rl « 11 T~2:18. A- The Cleveland Indians, chlccgo ""·Mr Sox ?nd thc Phi!nriplnhla Athletics were the first teams in i h r /imcncMi i.riii;uo lo n l a v ; night baseball at home. They uUirtcd in 11)39. . PlnHII. Ens-ln Jorda. 20.012 IS.946 paidl._ A- · 0 0 0 a ii i 4 n i 4 0 1 0 0 0 . 1 0 0 0 0 0 The Boston Bruins have p a r t i r l - : pntrrt in the Stanley Cup playoff' ' in 23 years of the 2S they've b»cn a member of the National I l o r k r y j League. " Gulfstrcam Park racr track keeps its uatcs open daily from 8 ! a. m. to 6:30 p. m. fur the con- vpnience of tourists who wish t o ' inspect the grounds. I 2 0 0 1 o o o o o 3 o n 2 1 o 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 ; Ko'h'oa'k?.' lb 4 0 0 2 0 0 Yoimn, J h 1 0 i:Young. ?b 0 0 0 Pilletle. p fCourtney 33 3 § Totals .-Walked for Sheel.v In 2nd. b--Smarted for Wilber in th c--Ran for Nljron In Ith d--Walked for Brickner In »lh. .jJ-CtlltH out for Thronab.rry t n ; f^-Orounded out for MrDermotl-in I 81h. J?'"" 1 -- MO 000 007--10 Visiting Around Arkansas B Y J O E M A R S H 1 iv^ufmuwntMMMiinuiHi ·-,--»_ Help Retain Soils' ProJietlvity'' . Orrntrl HR-Kell. Wrljtil. S-MI- "«». Kelt Upon. DP-ll,,daon lo Goodman to Gerrwrt: G.rnert lo n lo Gernert: Miranda 10 ro» lo - b-- Ran for Zcrnial S"!?* 1 .. out h ," for " n d-- rlifrd out for Marion in 7th e-- Fouled out for Dyck in 8th .MT"S r ?°ki d " 1 01Jt '° r Pi "««e In «th. MladelBhla ........ OOO 000 210--3 il_Loun ........ 002 000 000--2 J-MMI. Joott. KDI-DyckTciaTi Thomai 2B-riln. 38-Jooil HR- Jooa won 688 games and lost only 28 - - . : Youni, D*meeitrl L.ft-Alla«.lphl Kryhoikl L . f t - l l a « . l p h l 5 SI Lou,, t. BB-K«Iln»r «. Filltttt 1 SO -Kellner l. HO-K«llncr 3 In 6 In" mnp: Hooper 1 In 3. R fc EB_Kell- ncr 2-2. Hooper 0-0 Pillette 3-1. Winner r (J-in. Most every cood citizen knows that "what helps my ncighbnm, hfiljia me!" I'm refc-rrinx to Arkansas' ever-increasing rica crop which i* helping my rural neighbors. A r k a n s a s rice f a r m e r s -- w h o r a n k t h i r r i in the n n t i n n ~ a r * usinjt comliincs w h i c h not o n l y harvest and sack the t o p - g r a d e grain, hut also Bcnttcr the rice straw in the wakr of the machine. This straw, which formerly wai stacked and burner^ now covern the fields to help retain the mulch of the toil. This, with the URC of Arkflnaa*-m«He synthetic nitrojron fertilizer, Is boosting production every year. Th« B r e w l n j r I n d u i t r y li not ovcrlookinjf our pood rife market, either. Every year b r e w e r s buy more t h a n $3,000,000 worth of brewei'H rice ind lecond-hetdi. most of which could not otherwiM he marketed. More than 8,400 freight can are ut?d annunlly to haul over 67 million poundi of that rice to the brewcn who provid* wholesome malt leverage* for the thousands of cltiienn who voted o v e r w h e l m i n g l y to r e t a i n .»il I sale of thow beverage* of moderation. . 7 Hoopcr · - - · Loitr--p ,, _McGowan, Hurliy. FOR ATHinE'S FOOT A KEHATOIYTIC IS A MUST "hai |« a keralnlytir? An aient that eadem the infected tkln. It then eeli off. fxpoalni more , erm , , ,. illlng action. Get T-4-L. i keratolytlc any druR atore. If not plcaaad IN E not! . your 40c back. Today Red Croat Dru« Store. " BASEBALL Prairie Grove Lions vs. Claremore Bees All Colored Team Thursday Night, 8:15 At Prairie Grove Admission: 25c Children, 50c Adults CopyrifAt :»2. t/nil«f Sttttt Krt\ *Jntinn. Inf., XrJtntimt id «Hiklin0, Litllm ffixJr. See The Stars of Tomorrow American Legion Junior Baseball Tournament NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT July 24, 25, 26, 27 Games Friday at 9:30 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 6:30, 8:45 p.m. 1 *' °"' k ' at Fairgrounds Park Spomored by Ktlley Bros. Lbr. Co. and City Lbr. Co. ^ ^^^- \ Mobile ended · tuo-wtt)u«ptli i of no victories by defntlnf M«m- ?hN 7-2. j ff(,re their tailjpins both MM · ' ; '" and f"-iitt«noo« h«M Hnt i* , th* Southern ~ ChatUnoegi at I ru'c-r.tlv ,, Sunday and Mobilf if. .'lln». ; Bob Ludwick. tojr pitchtr In th«i 1 · Southern, won his 13th lor MobiltS ·ifnirv.t two losses. ff» outnitr*-^iic K i i n k Hisran. rfjirHwl by tom«5 : fans as Southern'j b«jt in 1951. 5 Front r u n n i n g Atlanta naci tf - p wiw,krti-ii in its uiually tlronfl i : n.tchin? d r p n r t m f n t a s Nashv t M *S ' -i: I** l-arfers 7-J. NihvUl«3 pminded Cracker pitching (or Its hitn. j this year n i n r port- helped t h n Philadelphia Phils grab a -1-1 win last night ovor the Pltt.ihurgh Piralpj, Steve flldrik, mal-.inK his second start nf the c.iinpainn, held the losers to five hits through seven Innings before ........ ITobin Hoberls came on to w i a p He javp j Hie decision tin. 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