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USHopeFor Olympic Team Title Rests With Swimmers Helsinki-ltfVAmerica's hopes of retaining the Olympic team championship despite the powerful Russian challenge rested to: day on the ability o( Uncle Sam'i , swimming and diving stars. | The hopes are in talented hands.! The U. S. aquatic stars scored 157 j points in London four years a(o j and, if anything, they are better th»n ever this time. I In three completed events they : have scored 31 points, including a brilliant 1-2-3 sweep in springboard diving yesterday. The Russians have scored a total of two pomts in these same three events. The points, as thev stand at the end of 1(W individual events, show Russia leading with SOZ'-i and the United States second with 425. In addition tn swimmine. the major sports left on th» Olympic calendar before t h i s gigantic sports carnival closes on Sunday Gentry, 9-1 InOzarHill The Fayetteville Chicks outlasted Gentry, 9-8. last night in an Ozark Lragiit game at the County Fair Grounds. Charles Bogan was the winning pitcher in a relief role for starter I,. A. Proctor. The Chicks sot off to a fast start scoring single runs in th? first and third frames and picking up two in the fourth. Then Gentry, blanked through four frames, broke loose with five . , lallies in th; fifth to take the lead. I are basketball, cycling, boxing. FayeUeville hounced ha-k with [ rifling (eouestrian), and the re- three runs in the last of the fifth I malnder of fencing. No Fencing Points Neither the U. S. nor the Russians -an ·xncct to score in fenc- the' score'VTs'and'Tn The'Tast'of Newhouser Pitches Tigers To Victory Over Yanks, 12-2 petrnit-(/P)-Th« last plare Detroit Tigers arc giving signs of finally finding themselves afler over half a season flounHcrin» . __ around in the American League cellar. The Bengals yesterday flapped down *h» lenguf-lrarlin^ New York Yankees. 12-2. marking their fourth win over the world champs in the lar.t five cnme?. Veteran Hal Ne-.vhousi'r fired a seven-hitter at thr Yanks to cole- , brate a personal comeback In ;n ! ISPORTS MOHTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foy.Hevill., Arkomm.. Tuesday, July 29, 1952 Marciino Knocks Out Matthews In Second RAJAH"RETURNS Hornsby Named To Replace Sewell As Manager Of Cincinnati Reds to go ahead by two, but fell behind in the ton of the sixth as 1 three and Gentry scored three more. In t h e ! Bost- last of the sixth Fayetteville tied Tiscr haltinj attack. The loss c'jtt he Yanks' bad to three games over Cleveland and a half over third place the seventh run across hits. Fayetteville collected 13 hits while Gentry was making 10. Boonevile Makes Finals Of State Semi-Pro Tourney Booneville, Ark.-iP)-Bronevil!e advanced to (he finals of the Stale Semi-Pro Baseball tourney Monday night with a 6-2 win over the Piiriji Merchants. ing. The Americans will ,?n noint- Iws in cvrling while the Russians might pick un somet h inc in the rosri rvfnts. Basketball should ED tn the Unttr-d Stales while th« South American, Latin American, and Mediterranean c o u n t r i e s probably will dominate the equestrian events. Rnxine if an unknown quantitv since the Russians never have been in a world tournament. Thev Inn nn* of their five fights last nipht while the U. S., which scored only eisht nointe in the snort 'our year.*: ??o. *ot all four of ifs first- day fighters into the second round. This pretty much puts it un to the swimmers, where the Russians ·re not figured to score heavily. The Olymoic program yepterrtav j looked .something like hors ^'ncuvres tray--a everything. Virhtinr Points Yachting ended an fight-dny run with the Unitnd States picking up titles in the six meter and V5 nieter classes and a second place in the star class. Italy, Norway and Denmark won the other three cold medals. Thr Russians 1 wrrp unntaccri in ail fhr classes. Finland renrwed its nrivate war with Sweden in rannein,? »nd won · two of the last five finals. The Swprtes won nne as did the Czechs ·nH the Pan's. Basketball produced its first clash between the United States and Russia and thf» Americans won it hands Hnwn. The scor* was flft-58 and after the first in j minutes the rouch and tumble contest never was Hose. jr* · p" ^^ The officials tooled loud andijCTIGS rTOm nften ».* they waved six Americans ! and four Russians to the sidelines on personal foul?. But neither sirl* let out a pccn at the referees. . This wu in contrast to the *ame I Brooklyn-WPi-The Cardinals are In which France edged Uruguay, i comin B - *1 - vou don l beleive ]t H*w T*rk *h r h' R.zzuto. H . 1 0 1 Berry · · Detroit pushed the winning in a walk and two j iTsa:n *" · bRiTynolds ! ITogue. p ,. Woodlmg. If 4 0 I Souchork. rf Bauer, rf 4 n 0 Bills, c Brrrs. r 3 1 2 FflrirrMf. 2h 0 n 0 ll-ithrlrf. .1b 0 0 0 Hopp. If 0 0 0 Drnpp. ih 0 ft 0 Crn!h. cf rMartiri Mintlc. n o n ' . '. cf 3 0 0 McDou'rt. 3b 4 I 1 Miz«. Ih 4 0 1 Regrlst. Sh 2 0 0 . Schntffer, p 1 o o RritVu-'r. M 2 n l 4 2 l 5 1 ". 5 2 2 4 2 I « rt 2 s o .1 4 n .T 3 0 0 j Totils .11 2 7iTrtilJi .18 · -Wflktd fnr Ontrmvski in 81h. h-Fan for Sin in S'h c-rtan far Silver* in »:h. New Ynrk win mn "on-- ·» Detroit .101 nro K* P E-McDou«B!d. Souchnck. Berry. H HI--Mize. EeRriK!, Ball* 2. Propo n. F«r1rrnff 2, Hopp. Grotli. Souehnrk 2. ?B--M17.I-. ^ctlernff. Berry. HR--Ornnn , ?, Snuchock. DP--Bridr\vefr. Srgri.it j ond Mir.-; Berry. Dropo ami Newiiny.%- ·--.-" ." i Defmar Ed wards pitched hi? i en Farmer ncrry snrt nmpo ur - liMlTS 'r nnd ·"« y^Tf: -alkin* only; JJ'S,TM * T'^^?"^ 11111 ~ O I j U v n men and sinking out 14 in ; schacffrr s. Nrwhoiwrr 2. no-Scharf. the throp-hit semi-final game. I r «\ 5. Neu-hnustr 2. HO - _ Scharifrr Lefthander Leon McClinton wnp HORHP'S i n i. R'and ER--Wht?ffrr~7 with the loss, with nine '· ·"* *· ovrr.w-ki i and i. H. ! rinc'nnnli-i/Pi-Thi? Cincinnati* i nprls named Tinsrrs Hornsby, dis- i ulaccrl St. Ln'ti? flrowns manager. * i ns 1 N c new Rodleg skipper last . niflht sV:-t'v after Luke Sewell announced that ho was resigning as c k"in"t- nf fie Cincinnati loam. Gr.bc raul. c?neral manner nf the Cincinnati ba^rball club, an- nnunrori from NVw Ynrk thai Hornshv would takn over the club whim IV Reds return lo Crnslny Field nn An cuM 5 nnd would stay as manager I Mis season and through 1353. SpwcM will remain with IV irnm for the balance of the current road trip. In 1350 Hornrby led Brmunont to the Texas Ion sue crown and in 1951 piloted Seattle lo thp Pacific Coast League championship. Hr I came up with the St. Louis j Rrnwns nn a t\vo-year contract 1 this stiring. hul was ou^t^d n · mnnlh ago by Brownie owner Bill Veeck under rharnrs dat he was i ton bar.ch a disciplinarian. ; Sewi*!]. in rc^iaiiinn, sininly ! stateri that. "In lia^ebnll von cither I win or eel out. 1 wasn't winning." i i Ho anrrcd to stick with the learn | i uni'I il returns home followinjr a j i series with Ihe Philadelphia Phils ' at Philadelphia. The Keds started out stmnc this Paige Pitches Browns To Win Over Nats, 6-3 SI. Lnuis-l/Pl-OI' I.orov "Salch- c'" Paige gave thr fans what they wanted lar.t nifiht as he pitched the St. Louis Browns to a fl-U victory over the Washington Senators. Satch, in his first starting nssignment of the year, had to ca KPW York - l/T'i - norky Marci-* ann eye.« a Septrmber 23 million: dnllar title *hoi at H«a\ ywrisht Champion Jersey Joe Walcolt after his itnatitional two-rount.^ knockout of Harry Malthtw*. "Maririsno ami Walcoti will !aM you can put in," said Jim Norris. International Rnxmsr Club j president aftrr last nighi'R Yankee ; Stadium climinalmn boul. "A ! million i»; « ronservatlve Ruexs, i not counlfnjj lrle\i?jon or theater TV." ; "I'm reHfly /or '.'.'..I, nil." h a jd I the unbeaten Brockton. Mass, slugger. "I ran lick anybody I *tV in the rms with, i riniVt 'any ho\v I'll come oul with ne\er in*kp pfedietion*. Hut I'm ready for him." U'alcntt. u hn walrhfrf Maict- ano'.i rrunrhing lefi hnnkF in the jaw sprawl Matthews'on hi? , in 2:fl4 of the second round. r;,iri he w.is '"looking fnrwird tn mfft- inR Marciano " RrvertMl In Typ? Rack under the *land# in Mnt- Ihews' dressing room, manager ,-ark Hurley who flop? all tin* talking for his Srattl- fichlrr y "Harry was n Rlorifinrt rmnf'jt for JO ymr» and tonight he IT- vrrtrrt to type." Matthews h:id little lo say, grinning sherpij-hly Neither had any alibi about bad hands or affinals. Matthews \von routvl No. J on the r«rn nf Hereree nay Miller. /u(Uc« Harold Barne^ »nri ,'oe Ajjnello and The A. P. but 1ha WM all, brother. Twn crunching CROWNING AC *VEM£NT - §y Alcn Mow MAUREEN CONNOLLY, on Bob Cain for help before it \v» I h ? ol » ln , the ·"*'· !nnll% ·'" ) seconds nil over, which was * little urn- . ter " lon * ln °P ln S rijht started Matthews nn Ms way, brought victory to swarth Rocky, an 11 to .1 favorite. Marciano had an HH pound advantage at 187 % to Matthews' 17(. Flrtt L*M ftlMt IM1 When the ifl.vear-nlri Matthews sual because it has been Pulfje who has Rpent the biggest part of Ihe season coming out of the btill- pon to relieve one of his mates. · The fans of the Browni honored 'Hide with a "night" that Included a number Mf gifts. WnMmlw M, LMU Hu.ihv. rf Jrnsr-n. rf Riinnc'K. «» Vcrnnn. Ih Conn. If Bnkcr. 2h Kfilrr. e *nd t: HnRnr."4 a nd 4 : ' season hut feM back to their cus- SSJ?"!.". Lo'^Jch^VrT^T 1 ! 0 " 111 ^;^^ riivisinn ^rth he- --Knnorh'ck Rnhh. Crlrv* and Pas- · '"re mid-season rolled around, sarello. T-- 2:20. A~«,»+ti. charged walk? and six strike-outs. i Booneville'f three-run third inning set a winning pace that was never seriously threatened by the Merchants. The Bearcat runs in the third came on a walk, an error, one batsman hit by the pitcher and Clair Bates' double to left field. Paris scored two runs in the ' The j o u i F i a n a Colleeian 5J? th « n ! w ° 4flies ? n 2 " t r i p l e ! .^nipprf Harmon Plavfiold. 21-4j«' ul * 2fl ~ Swimm " in « for The Merchdnts meet South Fort I | ast Fn ijEht in a Ci'iv Soft ha 11 Jll 'y TM -- (Practice) City Soflbal League Endj In Triple Tie a-Campos .lohnion. p b-flapp C'surnn. p c-Wood Fprrick. p Tnttlx 1 r h' . i n n 7,aril)». pf-lf 4 -1 .1 Michaels, .Ih !i I H fVtiini. cf 4 n 2 Neim*n. rf 2 0 n Dyrk. If-Sh 4 n l Mos?. r Z O O Dftii'atra. u 1 o n Young. 2h 5 n i Gnlrfah'y. Ib 1 n 0 Pnine. p n n n c»in, p i n n jwent down on hi* back, dawed nt thf rntip.« in pn at'«mnt to /.-et up and then collapsed nvrr the bot- ? « ?! Iom s ' rnn ^t he lost his first fight since |D4^. His last low also was a KO by Eddie llonkrr in 1!)}.') Jn hij lony I0*»-hntjt earner hr has loxl only four and was unbeaten in his taxt 70 until Mareiann came r h 1 I 0 2 o n l .l| .i n I ' i in Boys Club Weekly Card Ins. l n n A n n i o n ; n n n . r. 1 in Tolala Jn « H in fnr Slralpr In 2nd Inrt- Marcisnn, 27. put i-nrl tn thf 1 inbiiliMi story. No qucstinn a spectacular Matihcwn about thai. nut for Johnson In *lh. r-Pnpprrt out for Connucarn in ajh w.-shinntnn nni n?n nnn--3 st. i.nnin aim nm iix-c j ll-winning fi?hts, Rncky prnvrrd g«in his stunning power unrl i trennth. Thf Smith tonight for tht elimination game. Cards Sweep Series From Dodgers, 3-2 in a i ny .^onnaii | League Rame. The win moved t h e ' Collegians into a three-way t i c ! for the lea CUP. lead. A playoff fnrj I the championship is scheduled to! start thi« weekend. I Hall Tir* Company and KCRH. | the other principal? in Iho lie.. I meet Thusrday afternoon in the., first game of the playoff elim-1 inations. Tho winner nf that game- tanplcs with the Collegians Friday; for the top prize. 8-fi6, on a last second set-up. I ask the Brooklyn Dodgers. The Keep up with the times---read the TIMES daily. 1-2 Cubs J-3 Ysnkrr-s :i-4 Inrlinns .")-f:.'!0 Seniors July ;il -- Giants vs. Yankrcs Cards vs. Indians Seniors (prartire). August 1 -- (Frarticr) 1-:! C.irdinals 2-3 Giants 3-4 C'ibs -1-.S Int^rmpdinlfs S-fi:.in Seniors I rilia. ! Yn«t. 'nd ranif MiflHpnly. An nv- risht In inM-rin* srpiiirrl nm-Dvrk. Yo,.n« 3 Bun- i ( " hurkl(1 Matth"!-' 1 Unr-ps. As h. .1. Mos5. Golrtshrrry. sl^^KrlJrr. relrrnlpd tnwnrd his own cnrnrr. j H* tri-d lo ^Ijp n'.vny from n Mar- ; ciftno hnok Ilk? hp did in Hip first round. HP dlti-n'l slin fur cnouith nnri look il on tht jnw. Another hook ss h» started to r.n down rtro"? him to the canvan almost in the Ian of Hurley. Although hp 'n»de a fumhlinx ntli'mpl !o arifp. it seemed In most he never would mak* Younf. .TB--Vnunn KB-- Za- :n»n. Jirnpn. S-Bakrr. ni'-- Dakfr and Vprnoo; Young Mxrah and Goldaherry: Yn«t. Runnels unrt Vprnnn. Ij*ft-- Waahinfton 10. St. Lnilia 7. OB-- RlPatcr t. Pni, f 2. .lohn.ton 2 SoMuffra :i. C.in 1 SO-Paint 3. Sleater 2 Johnion 1. Cnn- /uifin l. HO -»!«air 3 In 1 Innint; .lohnann I In : Contti.ara z in T. Ffrrlclt 2 in I; Pake » in «2-n: CBin i in 2 1-n. R «nd EH--Sleatnr 4-4. .TnhnAon n-fl: Con»u«ara 1-0: Fcr- rlrh l-l: I'alfr J-.1; ruin n-n. Wlnni-r . . . . ,, _ . _ Pale* 17-Bi: Ii!pr-S!«l«r 14-21. t j -- | 11 u. ju-" B^rry. Paparella. Duffy and Bommrl. ·" --" '' T--::JI. A--14.1K1 ipaldl. In the TIMFft_|t nr* Uru^uav wnn its indeprnflnni-e from Spain in 1hr l«80d and IWOs. _. .. . , . - . St. Louis team cnmnleted a four- The^ Uruguayans mobbed ref- i eame sweep ovcr the leaguc-lead- - eree Vincent Farrpll of Newark. 5rs yesterday. 3-2, as Gerald N. J. The crowd .Joined in. and Farrell was kicked in the groin by i snectator. then clioped on the jaw while he lay in pain on the floor. FarreU's refereeing partner was a Kursian. He manaeed to fsraoe t h e wrath of the players and stood M a safe distance when the melee broke loose. How Thev Stand NATIONAL LEAGUE W . L fil Brnok'yn N.v Vnrk S). Louis Philadelphia Chicago _ Boston Cincinnati . Pittsburgh . . Monday'* Krsnlt* St. Louis 3. Brooklyn 2. night. PS 49 47 40 39 27 Stalty pitrhed a neat four-hitter at the Bums. Tht defeat cut the Dodgers' lead over sprond-plare New York to I four games. I The Cards built a 3-n lead ovpr thp Dodgers through six frames I and then held on to take the win.! | Del Rice's homer in the sixth' I proved lo be the winning run a s ; ! the Bums rallied in the last of t h e ] | ointh for two runs and had the l hasps loaded when the final out was made. I .Staley chalked up his 13th win ; f.f the season In bes'inq Bon Wade: in something of a pitcher':' duel.; ! It. Lnli IrMklrn Hcmiu. s* 3 fJ 'i Funilo. rf I Schoen't ?b 4 0 (J Rfesf. u Musi.I. rf 4 fl 1 Shuha. If 1 slBinhtrr. rf t fl 3 Pifko. 3b H Rice. If 3 " n Snider, cf i Lowrry. if 0 n n Hodge*. Ih | D Hicf. c 4 1 1 Walk.r. r Sisler. Ib 4 1 2 hRobinson .'27fi Johnson, 3b 4 1 1 Briigci. ^b I Stjlry. p 4 0 1 -Ho'm«« ' Wadf. p Pet. .(IBS .64(1 ·4 r 'fi Pel. | Mm i AMERICAN LFAGUE W L New York S7 40 Cleveland S4 43 Boston . . S2 Washington . . . . .M Chicapn .. _ _ 51 Philadelphia 44 St Louis 41 Tlrni! 34 Monday's Results Detroit 12. I*Vv.' York 2. St. Louis S. Washington 3, night. Only cam« scheduled. I Black, p i dCox .·u 3 9 Tol«l« 42 45 48 45 59 61 .·Grounded out for W.rif in nth ' - 1 in 0 passed for Bridre5 h-rorctd Wtlker for Ho««« c-lmentionilly x n.i l .SM K O I j in 3th. ",.'., i d-^nrred Holme? for Black in ·SIS st. i.oni . .. noo n2i mo-i 494 Broeklyn MS OSn nrp--2 QQQ ' _r.--Hcnim. Schpendjenst SOUTHEBN ASSOCIATION W L Tct. Atlanta ._ 59 4« .562 Vew Orteani SB 47 ChattannfuM - s " W Mobile 53 55 .491 Nashville) ...51 M .477 Birmingham .11 5(1 .477 Memphis 51 5fl .4nfl Little Rock ... . 44 fiO .12.1 Monday's Remits BirminBham 16, Memphis 13. New Orleans in. Mobile 2. Only jnnies scheduled. About 125.noo braver p-.lts were UVen In th* I,'. S. in 1950. RBI-- Slatev. Mujlal, D Rice. Rohln- .35S ion. 2B-Hcmii'. Shuhn. M«-n Flirp l S-Lowrey. DP--Htmuft. Schotndirn^t i xnd Sifter (2'. LOB--St. Louis K: B-ooklyn 7 BOB--SUley 4. Wade 2. Riark I. SO--StaVy 5. Wadf .1 HO- Wadt 9 in i inninn. Black 0 In 1. n anrt ER--S'aley ?-fl. Wade 3-3 B'«rk n-n. W--Staley (13-91. I,--Wadf Ml-Ri II--OaJCOli. Secory. Warneke. Goftr. T-2:JS. A-24.21» ir-rie #o 'HA*, Hart QOTAH BAKU fa tr**r I* **e Month By MoHth. Sales Go Up For PACKARD Big-CarValue At Medium-Car Cost! 1952 PACKARD "200" 4-DOOR SEDAN 4*liv«rad in Faycttevillt S 2,656 1Plu »·» ind local lain, if ·oy. Optional fquipomt aid whitt lidewall tires extra. Prices may vary ilightly in nnrby communitm due ID ihipping char|«. sales are going up every * month. Here's why: /Vr*«rrf nffm Hf-ctr mint tl mtJium-ciir (oil! · · WMi axKO-itnlrtf ityllni inside. and out, this Hr '12 Packard rotli Irsi/or uihiil jn* ftl lh*m any tlhtr car! · · Ixtn-wM* 4*art make entrance easy. Packard'! roomy inferior] ha?t inn is trittt ii tht car i) fiifhl * · FMiawM IHtrctMtri', a ( r»t Packard dtvtlnpmtnt, i rated the In- diutry 1 ! outstanding automatic drire. · · Pwkairal'i Th*na1*rb*H Infill* Is the highest.comprmion eight. · · l«»«MMtk Pajwor §r«*»» a rt- ·air* 40"n 1"! /"·/ friu*rf, ukl n% ttn timt to tpptyt 9 ····«·· TM«rlIOOfor*aw, ice and drive Pickird, the big car thai cents leji than you'd think. More Than Sl% Of All faekardt Hull! Stntl l»l» Art Still In Utt! CHICK SPECIAL 8c ;^|Cubs, Giants Score Midget League Wins Johnny Mahan and Dot-spy .Jones nitchef) the Cubs and the Giants to narrow victories In the last lejslons of Ihe Fa.velteville Roys Club nildtet leanu*. Mahan twirled Ihe Cubs past the Indian*, ll-tn, nidinn his own cause with three hits, and .Tones edned the Oinnts past the fardf, 7-6, hittins a three-nm homer in th* last in- nlnj for the victory. George Lewis was the losing nllcher fnr the Trlhe and Jimmy Ertes was th* loser for Ihe Cards, BUGGED MUSCULINjTY--Muscles, muscles, everywhere won iuan Ferrero, left, the title of "Mr. Universe' at an ihictn.ilional contest in London. Ferrero. a Spaniyrrl. lives in Bordeaux, France. \nother winner, in his class, was Corric Prctorius, right, of, Johannesburg, South Africa MCh MIXtfi ARKANSAS Plane Or«««llut Wa«hln|ton -(/Pi- Civilian and military air ni:thoriti«» h a v e agreed on a plan tn frminrl all nnn-mlllttry plann (luring any enemy attach. The miln *juro.« If tn kNp civilian planes from In. t«rf«rln| with ridir nt \-ltual ·pnltlni or U.S. air and ground ofltAM raunMr-ietlm. · · · I N I I R I B T O · « T » I I P O I M - I V I 1 T T O O U T L A S T T H I M A l l ! **Onir m«tl**,(Hf lutnmatir drive that eiceli in imonihMH, Mnwy aid dependability. give you fatter, taiier impa · ith (n/Tf l« foot prnMre- uk» 29% UN nae w iMHy! * * Mtlicral'i Tliiiiirtll laiftH, world'; higheitnnv prawoo eight, hai up to 23% frwtr working pirti than en* glnei o( conip*rhlt power! * t '·*·'·' Hfe|r-tl*ii area nf 3.04A iq. in. givai v m ro m- plete, ill-around vijiMliry. and freth exterior cnlnnirrent PacKard'i low lines. Sean ar* a wide ii the car il'high. * * l»«7 fmti*H wr under inineciinnt. "Hulli like a fxLard mtaoi /mill It lull ASK THIS MAN WHO OWNS ONK ONLY P A C K A R D BRINGS YOU N£W E A S A M A T I C P O W E R B R A K E S FOR Q U I C K f R E A S I E R S T O P S ! 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