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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Saturday, July 26, 1952
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Green Forest And Berryvilie Also Drop Out Of Play U.5. Wins First Two Matches From Japan In Davis (up Competition Baseball Grabs Spotlight District Junior Legion Tourney Enters Showdown Stage Fayetleville ' Ousts Eureka Springs, 32-0 HOtTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMB, Saturday, July It, I*SI -JMATHEWS A MYSTERY Cincinnati - f -Team Captain Billy Talbert of New York and C a r d n a r Mulloy of Miami, Fla.. can wrap up a United States victory over Japan today in the first (round of the Davis Cup tennis i eliminations. i They're the nation's No. 1 I doubles team and they'll he I matched against .Tiro Kumamaru Ozark and Fort Smith faced a and Fumiteru Nakano. Kumamaru was one of the Jap; anese victims yesterday as the! U. S. team romped into a 2 to ft j lead wtih triumphs in both of the j showdown this morning in the District Junior Legion Baseball Tournament currently under way at the County Fair Grounds Park. . - , Eoth teams are undefeated through J °PTMng matches. . , two games and the winner o' the : Kumam.mj's^soft^ shots caused j showdo-vn game advances into the Sunday finals. In action yesterday three teams lost second games and were eliminated. These were Eureka Springs, which dropped a 32-0 decision to Fayetteville; Berryvilie, which lome trouble for Art Larsen of San Leandro. Calif., but the u n - ! predictable American southpaw's 1 more diversified arrav of shots 1 finally paid off with a 6-4, fi-4, 1-6,1 6-4 victory. | For a few minutes it looked as i if Vic Seixas of Philadelphia, the,' bowed to Paris, 23-0; and Green nation's No. 1 singles player. Forest, which lost to Prairie Grove, might be headed for a sound beat- 15-3 ins at the hands of y o u t h f u l At- The n,= r t, !.-,, i c -,h i i , s " shi M '. va 6I. but 'he big Ameri- t £ , , i c a n f i n a l l - v S° l his Brings and matches the tv.o outstanding teams : r j p ped oft a 6-3, 8-1, 6 0 triumph ' the tourney and wos slated to , Mi , agi a slenri( , r vollngsler w|lo \ doesn't look his 20 years, won the first three fames of his m a t c h ! start at 9:30 this morning. The loser will noi be eliminated but a loss \vill drop t h a t team back against the bigger and more pow- j into the bottom bracket faced w i t h erful Seixa.-. That was his l a s t 1 having to win two additional i splurge, however. ! games to reach the finals. ' A U. S. victory today will have| Fayelteville moved opposite ; lne e . ffwt °'. d °' sin 8 °' ul '"e first Paris, in a game that was expected to rank alongside the Ozark-Fort Smith tiit in importance to the outcome of the tournament. The i Larsen. Fayetteville victory came in a game t h a t lasted only lour innings, being called at that point because of the one-sided score. Faye.tteville's pitcher Bogan did not permit a single runner to reach base. Paris also had an easy t i m e moving ahead in the loser's'brack- round matches but singles duels will be morrow. Mumamaru Seixas whils Miyagi two more played to- will fare will meet U.S. Still Showing Way In Olympic Track et, using a combination of errors, waiks and hits to score a ?3-0 win in an abbreviated coniest. Burnham permitted Berryvilie only one hit. Helsmki-(/Pi-Thp. United Slates. Roger Bannister of Britain the gymnastics, and the United States ; IOOKS a cinch to win at least one] man to watch. Twelve men q u a l i - i 250. H u n r a n - is far back in third Sold medal in today's Olympic : lied for the final run. track and field events and the way · Bf!ing rannk . d , mnng pn? . evpnt j things have been going here a . , u t sid / rs hasn . t bothered th! ;?cond victory would not be top; Americans so far. Few people ex surprising I peeled FIB a:enl Horace Ashen-; The certainly is in the decathlon fe | t , r ,,, p | ace in ,,,,, 3.nno-mct-r ·place with 110. Basketball, which has irrown from a Massachusetts' peach basket to a world-wide sport, started its third Olympic run yesterday \-p- (jr;t pbir-d in Iho Olympic" Prairie Grove kept its aiive by slugging Green Fore: 15-3, scoring three runs in the last of the seventh to end Ihe game there under the 10-run lead rule. Prairie Grove made 18 hits. Americans--Milton Campbell of TT -. Americans--mnion Campbell o f : . ··".-· - i - i Yu / . . e ," " : seemed sluseith and oft However, Prairie Grove held a i Plainfield. N. .?.. and Floyd Sim- ?*'» m 8 ' 4S ' 4 ' th ' faslert " me ' W i t h t i e chins down dangerous position in the bracket I m o n s of Charlotte, N. C. t h e ra " ever , h " s b - m run - ' l b " u S l,o.ild wTn hi i Miithias tussle. The finals are scheduled for p. m. Sunday. Birmingham Knocks Off Atlanta, 6-3 (By The Associated Pre«) Thn A'.ianta Crackers ha .,. Tribe Forges Back Into Pennant Picture Ry the Associated Press The Cleveland Indians, counted out as a pennant threat early this week, are back in business once again. When the league leading New York Yankees dumped the I n d i a n s 7H games off the pace by sweeping a double-header Tuesday, it looked like curtains for ICP Tribe. But rigor-mortis failed to set in. learned in the last three nights that a run in hand is worth two runners on base. Eleven Crackers were left n n base last night as spotty Birmingham pitching tightened when necessary. The inability to bring hone runners cost A l l a n t a a 6-3 game and allowed second place '· The Indians bounced back, konck- Chattanooga to creep a half g a m e l ing the Yanks off twice. Last night closer to Ihe Crackers' top posi- thev whipped Washington. 4-2. and nun in the Southern Association., | nn k over third place from the t^nattanooga is one gaiv.e back ~ after dividing a double-header against Nashville, 1-3 and 12-10. Mobile won the first round in a:i important four-day series wilh New Orleans. 5-2. In the Mcrriphis-Litt!c Rock cellar fighl Memphis was (he winner by 4-3. Dickie Thompson, a Little Rock sandlotter, held Memphis to two hits through eight innings. Boston, 3-J, and Chicago belted Philadelphia. R-3. Early Wynn al'owod the Senators only six hits in hestmr Bob Porterfielri. Wynn blanked Washington after the first inning in hanging up his I Hh victory. Home runs by Jim Hegan and Larry Dobv featured Cleveland's seven hit attack. Former Yankee Steve Souchock homered in the ninth on Bob Ku- Rohby Phanlz, 101-9l. The A's scored all five of their runs in the second game in the third inn- Senators 4'i games behind New York and nnlv '4 game back of . Orn 'h " sri l( " n w l l h " h TM-TM' The Yanks, meanwhile, suffered their third straight loss as they bowed to the Tigers in Detroit. · run-scoring single. 2-1. The Red Sox remained four | Browns Beat Rnsnx games astern of Ihe Bombers by ; The Broxvns nudged rookie Boh dropping a 3-2 squeaker to the St. I Brodowski for only three hits but Louis Browns. The Philadelphia ' they bunched two of them along Athletics and Chicago White Sox ' with two walks in the seventh inn] divided a twi-nicht ing to beat the Red Sox. Bobby BOWL FOR HEALTH j er. the White Sox winning t h e : Young's two-run tiiule featured Benton Bowling Lsnes--- Adv. ' opener, 5-0. and the A's the sec- the uprising. Home runs by Hoot =·= ! ond game, 5-4. | Evers and Dick Gernerl arcount-d | Giants Gain Grmrad I f n r al1 "' Boston's runs off Tommy Tn the Xational League, the New' Byrne. York Giants defeated Cincinnati/ Billy Pierre blanked the A's on 3-1. in the major's only day game : seven hils in the firsl game and and climbed lo within "t'j g a m e s ' h e l p e d his own cause by contribu- of Brooklyn's pace-setting Dod- l i n e two singles and a double to . gers. The St. Louis Cardinals Chicago's 12-hil a t t a c k . Pierre , trounced the Dodgers. 8-4. w h i l e , fanned six and took over t h e . in other games, Pittsburgh shaded league slrikeout lead from Ihe A's Jim H",irn was the whole show in the G'art'! triumviri over r'- c i n n a t i . Hearn limited the Reds to four hits and won his own "am" w i t h a two-run homer in the f i f t h off Ken Raffensberger. Exchange Punches ,,,,- . Tempers flew in the Cardinal- Java's first pilch to f r a c t u r e a 1-1 Dodger game. Tn the fir'sf innins tie and heal his old rn.ite*. Mickey ' Solly llemus of Hie Cards and M a n f l e clouted his 14lb homer in nilcher Johnny V.-in Cuyk of lie Ihe fourth off Tiser Art Houlle- Dodgers rxc'-anprd punches a f t e r man and that was all the scoring : Hemus slid hard into third base u n t i l the eighth when Johnny · which was covered by Van Cuyk. It's Cherry Picking Timt in Arkantas En)oy the fruits of good government. Fit} Adv. paid fnr by chrrrv for Oovtrnor Commllltt. Fayetteville. See The Stars of Tomorrow American Legion Junior Baseball Tournament NORTHWESTERN DISTRICT 4-Mosr Professional Bauball Playm ifarttd in American Legion Junior laitboll . . . S«t if you con pick out th« big Itogucrt of rht futuri. Championship Game Sunday, 2:00 p.m. at Fairgrounds Park Later. Van Cuyk twics hit He. mils w i t h nitrh"d halls. -Van Cuyk also was forced to bite thn dust In "'e fourth when nitcner Jo? Presko of the Cards threw a pitch Neh and inside. The. Dodgers i claimed Van Cuyk was hit bv the : pitch but Umoire Frank Secorv ni!°d the hall had struck hit bat. The Dodccrs protested violently and bench warmers Clem Labine. · R a l p h Branca and Roy Cimpa- ! inlin were e'er-led. Van Cuvk suffered a conlusion on his left index fir"?r sn-l was forcod to retire. . The Cards snapned a 4-4 tie in sfv^'iUi \-;-o n i-p!j r f pjidier F,d Yiji-a 1 : dni'h'"d hornr- Iho run The Red Rir'K sen-M jt i j n wil'i hre" more in the ninth off loser Johnny Warren Hacker coasted to his eighth \\ -'or" for Chicago Hacktr r estrKted Philadelnhia to six hits. The Cubs pounced on Curt Simmons for seven runs in three innings to lock it up. Johnny Merson singled home Rilob Kincr in Ihe f o u r t h inning H!h the Piraies w i n n i n g run a* Bnt-ton Murry Dickson blanked "·f Braves «n f i v e hits a f t e r the firsl i n n i n g to best Warren Spnhn. Boys Club Weekly Card July 26--("uhs vs Indians Gianis vs. Cardinal:. FiohH Lost Nioht By The Associated Fresj Denver -- Archie Moore. I l l , San Diego, stopped Clint lacon. 170, Denver, 4. Maeon. On. -- Johnny Craven, Tampa, outpointed Sonny Luciano. Patlerson, N. J. 10 li(htw»l|hti. New Orleans -- Henry Hall- Billy Fer|u»on fight postponed to Sunday afternoon, rain. The American Bihle Society distribute* Bible* In SO natloni. Mathews · Marciano Bout Expected To Produce Next Heavy Titlist New York-'/Pi-The h e a v y w e i g h t tli'.i^ion. \i-hlch hss hern in a . C'lmoiose 5 i a t e sine* its |rear chimpion. Joe l.ouis. disappeared I Into the s'tnset. might j u f t pis- . sibly IIP restored to s o m e t h i n g ! resembling robust h e a l t h on Mon- j r l a y nlr'nt in Yank* 1 ? S t a d i u m j By l h i tune It is no secret i h a l , .'M t h e e - e n i n g in question, l l a r r v i Malthe-A-i, a youngish '. e t r r a n I f l n m Ihe Goldeo Wett, and Hoi;;y : ^^arrisllo. t h e t e n d e r l v n ' - r i i n e d | h rd h i t t e r from Urorklon. M a t « . i « l l l sail in!" ea-h other «ul j around second h^e M a n y critics j beheve the w i n n e r will he the n e x t v o r l d champion, siir-eedmj grp7.t»st f i g h t j seen here In incumbent, Jersey ,' Baseball grabbed the sports spotlight In K a y c t t c v l l l e Ibis week The St. Luui.s Cardinals held a Iryout camp at the County Fair Grounds Wednesday and Thursday and f o l l o w i n g on Ihe heels of t h a t event the District J u n i o r Lexion Tournament opened on the same rfiamontl Thursday w i l h piny scheduled through Sunday. In the picture to the left Cardinal Scout Fred Hawn is shown with Budrlv n l n o m f i i Ftoprrs. during the Iryout camp. Blnomfield, n second bnscu one ot the more promising players lo attend Ihe camp. In t h e pic above a bit of action from the opening game of Ihe Legion lourne s h o w n . ' G a r y Bowers. Fayelteville liifielder-outfielder. is picli ficld of heating out a soft roller in the Fayetleville - n/.ark same. The baseman reaching for the throw is Burl Sossom, r'ayetleviHe, 8-4, and is regarded a.s a strong contender for t! rhampionship of in. tourney. (I'uska TIMESFOTOl rst t i » elderl v '" lro " Hue to a seri»s of cip-urnslances. i n c l u d i n g Ihe Democratic romen- lion. ihf Olympic Ofmcs ami a rerorrl heat wave m t'irse narti. t h e fieht bus not a t t r a c t e d a (treat oral of a t t e n i i o n The promoters a i l m i l II. and ihry are worried, Hut the fact remains the hoot is t h e rlo'ej in l i m i t e d momeni. he can hurt badly, maybt «ven stiffen, any nun he can hit lolid- !;·. Now he findi out If fit can hit a boxer who is neither on the downgrade nnr too scared to d«- fer.d himself Although Matthews ij a virtual 'iranger to the Eajt. due to t$e m a n i p u l a t i o n s of his veteran manager. Jack Hurley, he is held in considerable respect I?y local experu A year ago hut March they MW him tie Into »all»r P.oh M u r p h v , v.-ho waj flarnmg'it thi lime, and hammer out t u n a n i m o u s decision In one of tbl ··n. A l t h o u g h Matthews has had more t h a n 100 professiona.1 boufs. 1 r s t i l l u only 39 and In lingularly u n m a r k e d . His impact on the national scene was nil until a tew seasons b»ck when he asked Hurley, one of the craftiest mtn In U.e gamp, to hecom. hit pilat. Hurley, who fully appreciate tail own worth, consented to do jo for t h i n e to a n a i u r a l Ihe j a flat 50-50 split of thf proctaii. division offers at t h i i : "Thai was ilv smartest thing I ' e \ e r did in my life." Mattnen't This i; the one where concedes. "Before that .1 had to f he can rea'lv f i s h t . It is known both. Now all I havf tp do Is Jllh a f a i r df ;ree of certainly i fight, apd iff grfat. .. in 1P36. The Uniled States won it both then and in 1048 by ovrpo»-- ering margins. But the road may be loupher this time. Russia. France and A r g e n t i n a all showed powerful quintals in fir=t round victories vesterdav where Bob Mathias, Tularo. Calif.., !t( .eplechase. He admitted to beim- !iuperman holds a lead of 2ofi | , ,,,,,.,,, , nH , he (j(?w i n c ],, H ,d' h o p e s i p o m l s a f t e r the first five events. | u] ariimir Kazanlseve, who had the The chance is m the 1,500 meters grid's best time, meinc mile*, probablv the most n A . . , ,. , , miversally popular foot race o n | n B u t Ashenfelter matched the. he entire track program 1 " Us5ian stride for f l r i d e yesterday Trailing MatHas are two other i,'»" "^ ^ *$£ toh ^ r golng i »hil« -be giant United StatesVrew ; f . "..0»^,.,I .1,.,,i.k 3nr ] n [f ( orrn however. =, it must" face the loser of the | Th only r-al threat in the rest . Ashenfelter's t r i u m p h and Amer-1 '^^ a;.-,7nTt" n |hes'e n ofhel'''^^^^ game belween Ozark and F o r t ! 0 ' tntl field is \smff Heinrich of ican victories in the javelin a r u l . oulf j.,. rmM ,,,, ( , nrkrr Smith in its next outing, this a f t - i fl"",^' who ! n ^"^ f^ond t o ; 00 met-rs were so unexpected n ) h r r lvinnrr!l v n c , c r dav ,,-ere """""" in 194S. Heinrich h a s ' lh»t anything Drue 7.1er or Me- | c h n p nmi} Unll ; uav and Mo J. :c^e7as h a'^tter^;-,^ p'S,^,^"^' ada. Egypt, Czechoslovakia and . ;pite America s Furprise. F i n l a n d . Bui two U. S. entries--Warren, triumphs. Russia still holds a co-n-j Rut rince basketball is using a Dreut7ler of La Grange. 111., a n d . manding lead in the over-all uoint i modified round robin cn'tm«tif iin Bob Mt-Millen of Los Ancclr.'--. score.. The score to-lav is Ru^ia . lo rlpt«nnini l h » winner venter must be considered. The favorite. 363.5. w i t h almos! 200 points day's losers still" are in the run- is Werner Lucg of Germany w i l h : earned in men and women's nin-r. IN |Vm COUNTY PEOPLE SAY"JACK HOLT IS THE STRONG CANDIDATE" Which means only one thing - there will be a JACK HOLT LANDSLIDE Join the "JACK HOLT VICTORY PARADE" today -Political AdvirtbMnmt r»Id For by Arthur

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