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July 25, 1952

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/ Ozark Trims Fayetteville In Legion Tourney. 8-4 Green Forest Prairie Grove, Five Games On Card In Today's Play; Three To Be Ousted Young Tennessean Sets Record Pace In Colonial Meet Olympic Track Records Continue To Fall Dodgers, Reds H c 1 s i n k i -(XPi-Fiv* riav s , 2n « Memphis, Tenn., - lift - The Colonial Amattur Invitational I Golf Tnurnamtnt, with a ne Irack and field athletes are settinc in the 19S2 Olympic Games. Twelve events remain to be decided before the trnck and field division nf this Rijjantir sporis . . · - ···" ; carnival closes Sunday. Record-; mffial snore put-in the books hyicnn be expected in almost all or an 18-year-old Tennessean, went them. into first round match play today. Marks already have been low- Mason Rudolph, former Nitioii- erwl in lw ° events that are not al .Junior Champion from Clarks- i V" 1 cnm P |rt *\ R iEht men slia'.tererl ' t h e 3,nnn-met»r steelpcehase ' Ozark, Green Forest, Prairie Grove and Fort Smith advanced ; ... ,. , through first round tames vester- ,' ' " 5ectmd round 1" a1 '- ! 1,-d l n "wi»rVnnVn : -iv'i"h«'V""/T^Vi. 1 " day ,s the opening shots were \£ ln * score " f M -V«t«l».v, givin* ; ^ ±tab|y "w II fumht JTM fired in the Northwest Arkansas I hlm " -"-hole tof.l of 134. His 63 ! TM r , r in today's flnaH-^rn 7m District Junior Legion Baseball I seven - undfr P". .man Horace Ashenfelter of New The previous competitive course I Vorlt clashes with Vladimir Ka- record was 64, set hy Gary Mirl- j zantsov. Russian ace. dlecoff and tied by Sammy Snearl. j _^ not ^, cr ^ uss ' ln , Bruno Jack. Besides Rudolph, 31 other golf- ' ,,,,Jk i ,i, hc I0 - nnf| -'iieter walk PIS, including defending champ- i Bu VtV «. hea ' T I 3 ' 1 '" ion Hillman Bobbins Jr., of Mem- Iterdav wen' t^e record MTM^'''^ phis, were qualified for the j Zatopeks of CzedmslovakTa!''rCm'iL Americans; Russians Win First Contests In Olympic Basketball 5plit,H r M Snider'j Home Run Wins Second Gome District Junior Legion Baseball Tournament at the Washincton County Fair Grounds. Ozark and Fort Smith, in opposite brackets, gave the most impressive performances in downing a pair or stubborn opponents. Five games were on the card HrlMnki - ..4 kelbaM team made H.-, lirM ·,;.- pearanrc in the Olymp'r tni.rna- · ment today and whipped nul-jariri. j 74 tn 4fi. in a firFl round Ram". ) The? HE. fm ^iiprinn tram link- j ed impressive ntier Ihr Uni'rd ' Stalrp, (Irfpntiinu chamninn and I R r (ink 1 y n-i/ri-r:ilie Snider I belted Ihe Hinih homer of Mi major le»gi| f rarerr in t h e nih ! innin.7 yesterday tn R ,..o the ; Brooklyn Doclgeis a ''-I vif-!rir\ but the handsome Tulare. C a l i f . . ' o v e r Ihe Cincinnati Deris ,,, ,),,, alhlele held ihe favonlr's inle. second same of a double hovlo,- Campbell scored 1,038 iioims i n - a f t e r the Reds had won the "r-cn- Ihe imi-meler tla-.h. in which he ' er. 1-?.. today with three teams due for I elimination. This is a double- 'championship flight. Ross Collins, Arkansas The Hi): r.n.Tt saw ". tiij tn -) f ; inns shnv.-cd i - I i - M ' y .,f r nri plenty nf .'-·trcn-.-ih elimination tourney with two loss- Banded champion from Monticel- ,,, es necessary before a team drops Io ' shot 68 ~ 72 tn qualify at ]40 and ' , , - «v n « . : . » ; _ _ .Inhn R t I 7 i / t nt n.lnn^Jt*. -U,.j f * I . balding, clumsy - looking C7."rh nn 'he bench, using 12 he fifth f a s t e s t , w-hri scored about equally. t i'iiii.illl^ t I.IUIIIM - IO left- ! Army officer, ran th' if-ni. l 5.000 m* in histi jJohn Buzick of Moneite, shot 74- ! ^ j""elin'50 47 ! "R, to qualify at 142. - - J C " n 5 "' 4 ' from competition. In yesterday's first game the i powerful Oark nine rallied to de- I feat Fayetteville, S-4. The local team had taken a 4-1 lead through the fifth inning and appeared on the way to an upset victory. But Ozark took the advantage of Fayetteville errors for one run in , the sixth and five runs in the j Detroit - wi'i - The s:ill 'i-'zii seventh. All six runs were un- ', bat of big Walt Drop" '· as en-iu earned. ' ' Alfred Knox was the starting »nd losing pitcher for Fayetteville, Dropo Bats Tigers Past Nats, 4 To 2 ·llowing 11 hits. He wa's backed by four double-plays which kept the heavy-hitting Ozark team under control for all but one inning. In the first frame the first four Ozarkians bunted w i t h three reaching base on hits and the fourth on/ a error. One man scored in^that flurry, after a force-out had been made at second. A double-play ended the inning, however, before any more damage could be done. Ted Doke, Fayetteville catcher, led his team's seven-hit attack with two for four. Jimmy Posa, second baseman, and Louis Dewett. catcher, made three hits each for the winners. The victory went to relief pitcher Johnny Mayner and moved Ozark opposite Green Forest in a game that was slated for 8:30 a. m. today. Green Forest stayed on the winning side of the ledger with a 19-9 win over Eureka Springs in a game called at the end of seven innings due to a 10-run advantage. Green Forest broke out with five runs in the first inning, but at the start of the last half of the third found itself trailing S-6. The home team then put together a three-run inning, three two-run innings and finished up with tc pace the V here the Detroi'. Tgcrs :h past attractive wife. Dana, tossed javelin 50.47 meters Mfin fop; 7.05 inches! for a record in her division. It was the first time a husband and wife had r-ceivcd Sold medals on the same dav. All Ihe olher track and field finals yesterday also ended in records. Harrison Dillard, who almost retired two year? ago, wm, hr specialty, the 110-meter hurdles in 13.7 seconds. This lowered the' previous mark, set in 1918 when Dillard failed to qualify as a hurd-; trr. by two-tenths of a second..' . 53-51, in an overtime period ;md .Argentina routed the Philippine:;,' The IR teams arc divided i n t o , four groups which nlay a round- j rnbin series. Two teams fr--,r^ s i h will advance to the ren'.;-li:-..i!s. The Unilcd Suites. Hiiiicr;!!-.-. l"'ii- i lurn"d in the t.ish^i time. ' second?. HP adficd 707 mmi m Hie hronil jump with a icap of 21 . feet 1..1S inches. | , ,M;ilhi;is ran the lllfl in lll|l fin .' : Ilifi points ,-nid liniad jumped 112 · fret III.HII niche*, to ri-nrc 77P ; more. This Icfi him well behind , Ihe pace IIP set in thp tryouls. where he rolled up the rccnrrf · Inlal nf 7.D2S pniiHs. Al Ihe s a m e : ·il'ise in Iho trials, Malhias had i I.S:M points. C.ii!c,s Vcra of Chile held third place wilh 1.1M points. "Awfnllv Rusty" . hls team », s '"'" ""l 1 grouped together. Russia .ind I3u!- Riiria'are grouped ui'h Mexico and Finland, which meet lalci ioday. Rnb Mathias also got into the III.', The spin reduced Hr"okl-n's ,n Ir.vl over N'ew York to six and a n..lf namrt. | Knider rnnneclerl off the ,|e- i ... ; In pry of Iho Heels' reliefer Ki-ink ' hi, ,.Sn:ilh in the second iiverli»i|. ' ... stanza to si--,. He,, \\;,, lf (n( , vi ,._ · ' lory. Wade went all Ih... w.-iv. ,ii- j Ifv ing lull foi:r hits. K - . e l l R|':.i.| ; - . w e l l worked Ihe f i r s t nine iniriic'. ''' foi the Reds, allowing seven hit' ",' and n sinclc run " r.uhbii Church w;i« tlie winiH'r l" the first aan;r. irisling Ih" fir..l · in of his r-iirecr in Kbbels Ki"ld Chllrcli went all Ihe w.iy lor niily ll.r second n.iie | se.ison flKIT ODMC CINCINNATI IKOOKLVH ah r h it, r 1 n-kou-iki. r r 4 ii ii c,i s . S |, | ,, , Adanu. ,lh 4 n ? n,.,,,.. .,, , ,, , Marjhall. rl I 0 l Itol SPORTS , NORTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMES, Arkantm. Friday, July 2S, 19S? Besselink Fires 65 To Take Lead /;/ Sioux City Tourney '".·a-.,Ti-Al HI .'i f r i r :] 'i I y riil ly-h-lli .--i I. ma; i." 11:1 IKS ":·.' In |,|, ; L . ; MIIPI- : 12 IIIIMC'.' .il'.n; |i|..n:il ^'"l; .s Inuni.ini'Mi! trili-. - Ini! f ' - l l n w . . !··«:.1115 l:;\ dr.; ci'i- MI if. K n-. rr !'ie IT,A . Wl'nt inl'i Ihc :. n.'d imui'l ' '!:.'"Ill MMIII, I'lli ()| rn In. , ed il "lousy." Argentina';; speedy team Ion'*, i cd very good in Ihe opening c.'ine as it whipped The Philippines, 85 ! K'i the J .. ^ games to one. , dash "irT't'he olympic* 'HeTi'vk. "'.'.""l! 111 * rham P Dropo smashed a two-run horn- ! the dash four years ago. : Ma ' h " s - fMendin R rhampidn in in the eighth to unbreak a 2-2 j n ' e p h Srermak. Ihmsaiy · " lp d 0 "" 1 !TM who snt a new- lie and gave the last-place flscrs ' s m a s h -d 'he world and Olympic : u ' nrlrt record for the in even!"; jp - ~ ' record? in the hammer throw with winning the American trynuK a toss of 197 fret 11.67 inches an:!'scored 1,725 points in Ihe fiiil Shirley Strickland. Australian !wo r \ e n t s »d"S «£ « , That left »,,,hi* al ,,,,, ,,,,, seconds. I" points behind Milton Although Jack Davis nf CJHl-' lhtl Tlainfield, N. .1., dale. Calif., and Arthur IVirnnri 1 Adrork," ']f Uatton. : l h I'fl'frlni. Sfniintrk M Milifln. Church, p the decision. Mickey Vernon had j tied the count at 2-2 in the sev- ' cnth with a two-run home run for i the Natj. l»ttr«lt «, Waihintftn I WAIHINCT/H DCTftOIT ,, ah . h ab r-h \r*l. .1h S u n Bcrrv. SB Bushy, cf 5 0 2 Halfifld. 31) Jtnson, rf A o l Hopn If Wood. If I 1.2 Dropo. Ih xxCuan 1 0 (1 Grolh. cf RunnHs. »» 4 0 1 Mape.l. rf Vffrnnn. Ib 2 1 1 Ran* c Enyrler. t h 4 0 1 Ferteroff 2 b 4 0 0 Wight, p .1 n 2 Whilf. j --... ,, n o n xHolderlein 1 0 0 i The Uniled StMes advanced t.i 1 th- Frfp.'l rnnpd in the fenrinE team competition, winning e-lch* "iiis in ine firs! round and- eth- , in« out Hussin, 2D-31 nn hilp. in | ilri punt. Kmnin also qualified foi j Ihe ne,\l round. ' The vnter pn'n mmpp.ilifin f'l- in ho::;in with I'^ypl, Hungary, Ccrmnny nnd YuK"::lavin F.v viclnrip.i in early ninichcs. I n 0 Pafko If 4 1 0 Snidrr. rf 4 0 n Furlllo. rf i 0 0 0 HniUrr. Ih I I I Walkrr. c 3 1 0 l.nblnf. p 3 0 I l.or.. p a~ (Jroundrd h Grounded Cincinna'i Srmlnlrk. ilolii Churrh. nnrkm Klii97:»-tk I.rfl- ClnnniKll I.OM In 7lh. I Blarh In till | imi nn: non .1. laps In admits he Srniiniok Z Wnmi-r. Adnm mi.n. Sn-A., »ki. op.-lln and Kill nrooklv Gtimpcrt. p Haynes. r Although Jack Davis nr C!l"n ' ""' f |a ' n 'i'''' 1 . N- ·'.. t-clii«ill"iy. 'c.-isv viclnries in rarlv mali-hes. '·'·"- (:innnn»iV "'nftiikivn'''"'*!!! 1 - 'Vn' 1 ; rialP ' Calif - and Arlh "'' lVirn=ir.l , = "·===----^^=^r=r=-- - - -- :-r^r .. Chlirrl, 2, Lallinr 4 l.or, ! SO.. I 1 \ , of Long Beach, Calif.. finrhH _ . . . _. ,_ »n l"^'llr:. -lim".,'-.',f;'5 ,!, 4 o o second and Ihird bark of Dillard \J l I KYI or \A/rrAr»/n I K/"lf I 11 irt~\r*V^nt' · ' ' ' n '"'' k ' '" 2 "' * FB-'i.aiimr'i.i 3 5 l | for the United States' third grah.l r\UlTlUr VV l U l i y I nUl L/UtOCHQl I Lri " ;:·· m ""'l "·". Church L-.;' «-,,,.' il|!£twan.'arsBf eudinc With Giants' Owner l! HS?? : '-i J o (i i Gninc Into today's sixth dav o f , * : ^ M( :l n , n ' iM «!" ^i. nort nn -i .1 n from h'-re, p'*] ". ;i P';H-C lif? llP-J .VTI1. KI jjlenty nf trnuhlc 1 in Him 7:!-h"le t « : t . i him v ilh TiVs urt* 1 ^;), N. V., \v|, n ii he-M ni'vif vin.-ikpr ·Mm Mirtin of M.ij-Jp- Garcia Hurls Indians Past Yankees, 4-2 flevpbnd -"7 1 ,- Trui Cleveland in-lians ipn;|»rt »; ew f nr ^ ymkee iuii-lirr T",-n Morgan's farewell piriy j e s t c n i j y by defeating t.he 'i'nrl-1 c-amp'-. -1-2. It wai Mor/T;in's I.I.T .iprc.irancf as fl Vin!''-e pri'.ir to his induction into tht Anny Tho Indiana Jit to Morfn (or !«·:. liiimn;.. carh with th* baits empty, hy Dale Mitchell and Jo« : Tipton, jin-l added a pair of rum o f f rehc.'pr Wdle Lopat. Miko ( i a r c i i j;.-iined his Hth victory and litn" s' over the Yanks. He , had i shutoul until ihe il:tlh when i V.jgi Berra hit a homer to tie the srore at l-l. Be-ra nl«o knocked i ii-f nlher Yank t«i!- w!'h, timle. ctownrt a. Htw T.rli ; Nt* YORK CLIVtLAUB Sti'Pli 'ir-d Lack of the W l ' C f the ,. the To I a Is 3 0 0 . score. · J J j Going Into today's sixth day of ° j competition, the Soviets had p'ilwi . . . . . . I up 323'/i points to 221 hv the 37 2 10 Tolan JIM 7, United States. Russia's bis'poinl x-Ballrd"for HaynwTn" it'll""~ *Stlcrs have been its men and xx--Battcd for Wood in «ih. women Rymnasts. Hungary is a Washington 000 oon (120--z! " is ' ant tnircl wit h 87 points fnl- Detroit . . . . ooo ooo 2Jx--4 j lowed by Sweden with eTW, E--Wood. Hatfieid. UBI--Vernon z.: Switzerland with 68 and Ctecho- Mipe_s. Frd t ro». Dropo 2. 2B- X3roth. ! Movakia with sew. nf paroctter.. f u s t '· M " f " ill 2 ,Ml7t ' . New Ynrk-W'i-Thcre .-inp.irent- , ly is nothing U. a widely rirni- | alt ,rl report that Leo hiirneher 'lTM been feuding with bis boss. nnn inn nil) ni. ? Srn'th il.l'i and s i\VPi nnd Walkrr n n Runnels, Snydtr and Vtrnnn: Berry Fcrteroff and Drono. Ltfi-- «'a.Hin ' j Wliht l HO--Gumperl . nin».v fllfM in in »«.,: Whl.. ,. I Hiynei o in n. R * ER_Cumi»ri | ·«. Wight 2-2. HBP--Gumotrt IB-rrv Dropm. Wp- WUnl. Balk--Wi^ht v/in- I npr_WI(ht 18-41. Losrr--Gumprrt U-.V I II--P«.«arella. Honorhirk. Rohh a n d .. ..... today with the start of the uj. j basketball tournament, in which 2. | the United States is highly favored 'in m ??i in-. rctairi ils nt . ll! . thc'shoolin I'e o in ',: compc-tltion, weinht lifting a water polo. t'hU'HRO-I'l'i-l.n ioncd his first 'i li'/ry nf the .season hurled a brilliant I'.vn-niiie ; Gricv A--4,027. five-run frame in the seventh that ended the contest. Snwd, Winkle and Greer form-! in a row and he picked up 19 ed the winning battery. Huffman ; strikeouts over the nine - inning was the loser. : route. · In the third game Prairie Grove i While Paris was finding it hard beat Berryville, 10-1, in a nine- · to hit the ball. Fort Smith was . inning contest 3S the Berr.yville finding it Sard to score aeainst I team came up with a run in the fourth and hunc on determinedly to keep the Washington County team from £ning Ifl runs ahead. Giants Use Big Blows To Beat Cardinal 9-5 Reeves was the winning nitcher for Prairie Grove with Willhite the loser. A!!»n made t\vo trioles in four trips to the plate and Stills col- in wins and two losses, was im- lected three for five including one triple to lead the PeeGee team at the plate. Prairie Grove moved ! has up against Fort Smith today at | Bluff and Conway. They play 1:30 p. m. | the powerful Little Rock cliib four Fort Smith, the biggest team in ; times winning two and losing two the tourney «nd about an even | In the losers' bracket todav y s v- j t h e scrappy and hustling Paris club. Kline, the little Paris pitch- ! cr. allowed eight hits, and except I ., , , , , « . , for the first inning was in Rood i Nw York-Wl-Powercr! by four control. A walk, an error and t w o ; me runs the Npw York Gianl!: . hits accounted for two Fcrrt Smith i runs in the first frame. ~rk, with a season record of behind the pitching of Max I.a- nier, trimmed the SI. l.ouis Cardi- ! nals, 9-5, her* yesterday. Harry Brechcen was the loser. Bobby Thomson, Davcy Wil- pressive in beating a good F,iy- '·t'ev'iie tram. The Ozark j ~~" Y - · · defeated For, Smith, Pine . £TM£ ^^".^ ^ «TM"- , - liams, Sal Wars and rookie Duslv i New Ynrk GiantF. On the word of Garry .Schumacher, who is Stoneham's right hnwer, l)i* danHy little manacpr nevor .-=tnod stronger wilh thp frnnt offirp than he has sincp his Iracu^ j n g, champions began .f.nllint: behind ind j ^ ne '^rrid pace pet by Krnoklyn. "'"v?ryone in thp Gianlr, or«an- 17.1 lion feel? that Leo has hern rlo- inc n hell of a job, everything ' considered." Schumacher s n i d. i Diirine the recent Western trip he I atid Horace were in touch with j each other every day by phnne | and therp was never a disHfiree- mpnt on any point. "How ran anyone blame D"r- ocher for what has hanpenrd tn j us? Wf lost our two best outfield- · ers. Mnnte Trwin and Willie May? ! Our bpr) pitcher. Sal Maglie, h;is won only one came in thp la^t seven weeks. Larry .I?nr. n n liasn't jheen puttins those strings of vie- (iM ,,,,, f i j ';;;;' tones tnspthcr Ihe way he did jn : other years. I "In our opinion. Leo has donr : a wonderful job to slay in second Kretloiv Turns i"' - -· /;/ Two-Hitter jJ^JW U« Homers Beat Bosox noston-i.TVIIomc runs by rookie Kd Maihiy.vs and hie Sid Oor- I'l O \ C I iv«K a KIOIPI of five wilh lill-i ... X.iliimcfinan. I'orll.-ind, ( l i e - I',; rl Hlew.irl, J r . n.-il'.-is:.IIPMlvi-hir:; lliinlln:;!'.;i I5i-acli, Olif ; Tomnv Moll, IJurh.-iin, N. C.; nirl Krcd Ha«s. Jr., New ()ili»ns. How They Stond '."ml. n Trilll i ·rind ( I ! Onbv tl i :?"""· !h ' J ! n ?!,m°" l o o t'/inl" i n n f J ·b r h nt ' 3 1 1 a- !h ! o I * 4 0 0 n " 4 0 2 !r. ' J " ' 11. J J ? r d 4 l o in 3 I J to tv- Papnijf Nnw Ynrk n o 3.1 2 7 Tollf out for Mart:n 3l I 7 llh *iv- L -Pan;i(d oul for MjMln in 7ih. ,nd COD ooi nm_j tne Oil) 001 20X- 2B-^-Bautr KR hell t-MeDan- tin Hnlon AMERICAN LEA W York iu\% id.^ii-, ranu mu «.»ni- · iinpinn ..,, and vie- | "TM Rav! ' '"' Boston Braves « 3 - l ! Washington ·Icrday as he j vlclnr . v "ver the Chiraco Cubs Cleveland l"rs:nn r.eri Sox civine the Chi ' cado White So-/: a 3-fl victory. The loss snapped a s'rint? of six : I3oox v.'ins over Ihe Pale Hose. Krollow also pitched his first ' complete c.'inie of the season In I laming the second-place Hcan- I iov.T.rr.s Only t-.-.-icc u-ns hi? in [rouble as he l;:nncd nine and j walked four. In the .-ci-.nd '.vith i "·" '··"· ii'CI'ow save up a doll- ! ble and Ihcn walked t w u men I" : ",in ihe baser, hut he sot t h e ' next man on a soft grounder. In I the cishlh lhi Rosox K". t w o men on hase with tw.i outs hut that was far as the threat went as y as e j ....... - *..,«,·*, r ai the i · vrs ' errla . v nlthmiKh Ihe Cnh out- i - j h i t Boston by a l.l-S nurs'ln! .lim V.'ilson gained his inth win of the season althou.ijh he needed Philadelphia Fl. iUE L 3fl ·41 42 ·tri 13 58 BO Mitchi-ii. n*rarriino ; Tlploit. Herra, Ml', nn !;'" N ' w V""" ··· *.,**CM OB-Morian !. l^ipit 3. Oircl. I -Mor,an 1. Ixinat I. G.rH. J - - .. Mor«a_n_4 Jn Inninu; Lopat I in S. tin- .-·-.. Lopa. .-.. v--.-,nj ht 1 SO " . w - ' 01 ..... ,.^.--..,..,g HM ..., ^opa. . _. -- . Pet. ril »-:. Winner--Carcll 1|4-1| L«?r-- ' .Bnn. """n 'Ml l'-N«p«. Summ«r« Me- **» .."J7 Klnl "^ tni Suvtni T--3:12. A-U.oa. ! If u it ;ov- some sterling relief work from Lew niir«r'le i n !nr ,, ,,,, CHICAOa I ah r h 4 1 ! l.lflhror rf » " I tocar,. .. s n 2 M i l h f w j s 4 0 1 Cooper r 4 0 2 rjorTon. I f I 0 1 Croui. ||, ' 1 I Illllmcr Jh o o n rjanirlt r f o o n WHron ' p Burdlllr. p . ., MlkKls. ?li Ratiollr. rf Sniicr If Alwpll. r ^"ndv, Ih K^rrna. -1h larki-on. 7! nrown. us t.«wn. p xCavarr'tn M»nvlll«. j .l«Eii»-»relj ah r h I .1 o i I l n i ! i z I 3 o i . 1 1 2 1 o n! l o p .1 i i fhtlrsdly'a H«illt» Cleveland -I. New York 2. Chicago .3, Muslon n n-!rolt 4, W,i;-hin?toii 2. St. Louis 4, rUlndelphi.i 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Si Browns Trip "A's,4To3 .·ISB .383 .333 1 0 0 I 0 1 n o o 1 0 I Brooklyn _ (il !·:»»· York .... ,'iO ; St. Louis fi| . Chicago . 4fi ; Philarlelphi.'i . .. 411 Dizzy Trout ....-,-,5 ihe lo-.or, giving up a pair of runs in the Ihird X nall.rt for l.oi,- n ,,, 71h xx -Hatlr-rt for Si-rrna In lih Chirlm""" 1 '"' Mnvl "'. '" »·" fln.ilon ool nn'i onn--1 ini 010 no:~-3 i j liosti : T'lncinnati 3 * Plisburgh Thund«y'i nciulti Cincinnati .'1-1, Rr I, 24 31 ·II ·14 45 51 55 70 iklyn St. Loui« - (ffi - Bobby Youn|'« ivcr «lxlh-innin(t homer, hlj tnird ofllol- ' the senson, wan the deciding biowl of i us the St. Louis Brown* snappfd* e - v " i » neven-game lojlnf «tr«ik with ^ a 4-3 win over the Phllxfelphiii'-, ! Athletics. N'Sd Carver hurled the n l n * . Mclory. J^' , V.'ilrlness kept Ctan-er In troublei _ .S.'i I; Ihrii'ichniit the g-i-iif. HP walkti! .r,n .only four but wa« behind the hjt-iout- .'·n.i ter continually and two ol t '.valk.i led to Philadr:ohi« runs p , ,y,j . PHILA . Lniif 4, PkilMilrhli t LAOtLPHIA (T. 'tan sibil- Ihoj* h j t _ ! " - wav in gain- i TM' n * ing Ihe win. He allowed only six: ' hits to even his season record at five and five. . . - _ . -- ,, ,,.. _.,... | j,, L ( I C juncij, urai'K^l loaav J-JV- i TI L choice with Ozark to come out on i ettcvllle was scheduled to' meet I Brec " l;tn ' Coking his sixth top, couTd thank their pitcher I Eureka Springs at 4 p m · Bcrrv ' r · f'5 ' vln "' thc '»T»i|!n. ville and Paris were slated f o r ! ., to gel an - vnn( ' 0! " '" the I second inning as the Giants « n . j pcd him for four , -- 4 « 'i Writhi. ·Irnan. 2h 4 (I n ' , George Moreton for last night's win over Paris. Moreton allowed j li:3(l p. m.; and the losers ot the : only one hit as he blanked Paris. I Ozark-Green Forest and Paririe 3-0. In four innings the big Ross | Grove-Fort Smith games were Pams star struck out three men Those who want only th« best say... hits and five runs. 9. 14. Lotiti i ·T. LOUII ; N»W vttfd »fc r H. ah r h ... . . ,,.,,'""; " i " l nark, a 4 0 i ' MffiK'Vf" 1 J s! kKSH- % l \ l j Slaiuhlcr. rf 4 (1 o Tho'pson cf 4 0 o i Lowrcv, if 4 n ;· Ellion. rf .1 o n I D Bir.. c J o II Bhortts. II 3 .1 " aClavlano 0 1 o War, c 1 1 2 IsttrT'lh 31 ' : , n ? L ' n 1 " ' " 3 0 ° V^tMNKitMl MITIUIM tfMMT «*, mm, HiNM«« . T'fcnaiirr. bStiiiirup . dSlinky Toltls . p n n n r. p 1 1 (Jg i n n p n n n i n n 0 0 0 ) n 0 34 5 6 Tola]* U isn't what we've been -- H's what those Dodperr, bprn doinc lo nur seron'l ; n!M*jr*io f"'' 1 ^ n e- division clubs. It's pure murder. · Th'fccrry.' rf l o t M.nn.n h "Between now qnd August 17 L '"' ^ ' " ' those guys play six game. 1 : against IJF. nine aeainst the Phillies and four aeainst the St. Txiuts Cardinals. Let's see how they handle 1'int little chore. What I honestly fhink is that the Dodeers either will win it by «i?r h ^ carries or they won't win it at 2h 4 2 ; . alt- Their manager/Charlie Drrs- ren. has been in position Jo needln them abnul what happened t o t h o i r bin load laM yesr, and that has kept them bearing down. "Hut '\-f will war.t tn sr-o Jin-.v they'll react if Ihey run into r'-rn^ real trouble in (he next Tew weeks. · l\ p ·" ' w c( i°"" T ", r ,- lcafo 12. Ever*, if liernrrt. Ih · White, c Upon. HI HNmrhnx Drlork. Tntalj, 4 n n Mf p rf n 1 l-oMar, r H f) I Drnir- Tih 1 " n Miranfj*. I 0 H Krr.-nw. ] (1 0 II t ri n i n o n u n ( i o n ^ n : Tntals 3 i i ih .1 0 n n i 3 0 0 $ n i soennrt game II inning.-. New Voi k 0. Si. IjO'jjg l Boston 3, Chicngo 1. Only same* scheduled. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION . : hO«- Atlanta . .. _ Chattanooga New Orleans W ...IS ..57 . .sn 92 Pet. .S70 .9511 .M!) a-Grtmnrfrl mil lor Lip S-rurk oul for Trnn; IV)! RBI Hth "'.' ""T ooa--(i 00.' fifH) f l l x -- . . t ·;- · · f-n"'. Trout t.nJIjtr Mir.indii jrnrrcl on fli.Mafjio« in 3rd. Mmo.B Mrlr SB-White nf In t. HR -Wil- j."»-n'7 In t Ilininta'.'Mln'vlM.'l 'l'n°"' Wllann 12 In K rrar'd ! h.ill"r. in lihV ·linlll!' l! n'"i..V " * E "--'-"«'l 3-j' ii/?r ,;,'.- ""ann l - l . niirrtrlt. 0-0 1111 "^"- Wlnner-Wilaoi, .10.3 Lo.rr-I.own I Nashville . Cmu r '" rn11 - s ' cor '- w.rnfkt .,,,1 · Hii niincham 47 55 ..|f;i ·^~:---~~r~-- -:^--- -. Memphis 47 57 .(.T" 1 Kla.. would represent Ihe United l ' 1 " 1 " nn '' k '-* SS .'H'i States, ihe Japanese, dc.-linc-d to Thurldl y'» H'lullt name their doublfs comhio ,'ion t' ll - 1 t!-lno"i;.-i H. Birmincham 7. nendin* outcome o, today's' ;,,,. j ^,^'^^"^ 2 sz^rr^^^-- A t l a n t a R. Nashville fi ab r h »t* ' Jnoil. u 5 1 1 ZarllU, U 4 1 r»in. ih 5 o .1 . . . " 4 ' Phlllfy, (-[ 4 0 1 \.cmin. r f 4 1 Thoma?, If l o o Dvrk 3b I t Vain, r f 1 2 0 Courtnty. * 4 5 Ililcnc k. in 4 0 3 KtynoiK- Ib J 1 Sudjr. 2h 4 0 1 Youn|. 2b 4 1 Murray, t- 3 0 0 Dfm'itrl. M 4 0 »7.rrnl.l I 0 0 Gtrvtr, f i t Aitrolh. c 0 0 0 . . Znlrtak. p 3 0 0 t.lnd- bRob'iion l o r may TolaU 31 3 10 Toull S3 4 'Lrt'j a-- t.lnfd out for Murray In ttb. ' **" b-Deal ou'. nit lor Zolaik In »lh Phllarti'.phla . . 100 lot MO-- .3 S!. Loula 200 101 OOx- E-- I'hllley. nni -Fain. Courln« Sudrr. Youni 2 . Murray IB-- t r . Courln--.. Kr^hoiki. Pmllty. HR-iut he Youns SB Vain. Rivera DP--Carvtr GOP youns and Kryhoikl Ufl-- Philadfl ,,.,: V phia '. SI Ixiina 7. BB-- Gar.-pr 4 Zol oul - , d.ik SO-G»rvrr I, Zoldak 1 » ««Tied rR -7.oM.ik 4-1. Garvrr .1.3 Wlnntr- «. Harvcr i«-Ii Lmrr- -7.0ld«k 10-S. U the ' MrGnwan. Miiriry. Soar. Froeae. T- . S B -Thr - J '" 1 · . " , . Mmnio .MirnnHn. J nr( C.norini 34 9 11 · Ran (or D R;r? m 3(h h--nird (Mil [or Tirff-r.flurr m 5*h r ,~~r, Iif(1 nilt (or L'hnmhcrji in H'h d-Hil Into forrc out for Ura*le in 3?h. Rt Lnin.* inj O0f| 012 --.'i Nru- York 320 2]f) nix--5 E~l,»nipr. RBI--Slaughter. William 1 -' Tnomion 2. Thompson, Y v a r s 2 Sf-hornrlirnffi. Rhorirv Dark 2. Mu,ia) Sisler, Stnnky 2B-Willlnm«. Srhnrnrt- irnsl. Mi»hl ,1R -Thom-on H H - - W H - Immj, Yvar« Rhodes. Thormnn S - I-inier. DP-Hrmu«. Srho^nrtlrnM nnrt Sislir. I.fft--Si Lnuis S, New Ynrk fi Jin-Brcchtfn 1, Chamhfrs 2. Bra? I. Unirr .1 .sn_Tier n naiifT I. rnnm- bfr* i. HO-RrPrhrfn 4 in | mnm« 'nonr mil in Znrii. Tioi,in.-mci 4 ,n .1 Chamhrrn ] in .-): Hr«/!f - m l R * Kit--Rrpch*en S-.V Ticff nnurr "--* ( · ) . Bra/Is 1 - t Lnnifr i-i Winner -Lir,i?r i.V-Si l.o^rr -nrfrhTn (5-4i U-SUwiir.. niicliclmn. Gore itnrl ConJnn. T--2 1«; A--7..M1. Crucial Series Cowing Up For Rears A ltd Pels By Thp A.-.r.ifialefl PIP'? Thp Southern A;-'irj«t:or.'F rp- frcshp-1 and refurbished G u l f Const rPnrPscnlatives--Mnhilp ,-ind NPU Orlp.-ins -- gn hark tn wnrk on CHt-h olhpr tonight and thrir four-dny sprics may hp Wafrloo for onp of them. Should Mobile lose thp sprips. hy s.iy HUPP gamps to nn hilp's chancps of iPinaininB nant ronipnder would bpco !hnn '··lim. Mobile ah^fidy is 7'., hack of first place A t l a n t a . MX bPhind Chaltiinooga and IIVP hark -. I Sf.l-.KrMlnw iM .s in 7 inmnc.v i'nn I in ', n '' ''' 4. Trout :; 3. Trmil :.. llo . IV lock I in , KI) Trnul 2-1 ""'·""»" u !.! . , M'.- ppn- BOWL run HEALTH Bfnlon Bowline Ijn^--Adv Initial Davis Cup Matches Pit US. Against Japanes- Cmrimuti-i/ri.The Ions, hard road that leads toward victory in the famed Davis fun tennis matcher, opens hern lodnv for Japan and the United Stales. The one-time 'ppnnenl* In i serious shnnljni! were to fare ,,.. ,,· n c.ich other across a tennis not at of New Orleans. And. with A t l a n t a . Ihe rincmnp'i Tennis Huh In Ihr and Ch.-ittanooua plavjiic f o!;d first (wo Mnclcs mulches ul the lone Davis Cup zone competition. Play was to hesln at J p. m. .llro Kumamaru, Japan's No I player, was to (ace r,ck l,,rsen the unpredic'.-ililr Ran I.eandro. ('.ilif. «tar in the npenln* slnjles match whll. Vic Scixas of Philadelphia. America's Nn. I p|»y( r was paired aeainst Atsushi Miiflrl' 20-year-old "IrMhman." The or- 'ler will he reverted In the r«- maminn two slntlej duels Sun- dav. The dc.ur.lcj match will t,r p], y . ed tomorrow. It apparently wnj » cinch th«t Billy Tilbert of N«w , hasehBll. the Bears have wav to go tn the top. , N'ew Orleans needs ahout an I even break m the series to remain j rlore challenger «nd « clean sweep to close in on the two leaders. N'ew Orleans completed jis 3-1 i series lust night again;! l.nt|i Hock with * ,V-2 victory. Mohilr, , recent loicr of Ifl in « row. won ! ll» recond in luccession from Memphis. fl-S. I Nlllher nined an Inch nn Al- I l»nt« »nd Ch«tt«noo|» however Atlanli won from Nashville, o-fi, ·nd Oarrtnrr Mulloy or Mltml! Sec The Stars of Tomorrow American Legion Junior Baseball Tournament NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT July 24,25,26,27 *Moit Provisional Baseball Players started In American Legion Junior Baseball . . . See if you can pick out the big leaguers of the future. Games Saturday at 9:30 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 8:00 p.m. $«· Teomi from Fayerterille, Prairie Grove, Fort Smith, Oiork, Gr»»n For«ir, Eureka Springs, Berryville, and Parit. at Fairgrounds Park This ad Sponsored by Hall Tirt Co. . :farth- _i mfci f then

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