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Gold Medal Hopes Slim For V. Uruguay Basketball Team --~ · , uiiiiea States today laced the prospect -A ill first day without winning a gold medal since full scale Olympic competition began 12 davs ago. But the Russians were cer- ! II n , A . _ . '^^Hv'r-f ? ct ln OI y m P ics V^B^'lta^! ^^^^^wood^y^'S^iSoo^unot S u^ IS the C 0,;m'p!rba n sk e Vb raU n ' So""" 1 "" " '"«'"" " Ad " °"jTMTMnt. ' ! Wil/redo Palaez !ot the ureatest act j feinter. He feinted i backstroke swimmer from uds, Calif. The Russians Arkansas qualify and neither which are the . battling is nations for team r i o t - -- or ca scoring honors, got anybody as f as the finals of throe cycling races which complete the goto medal Weber and Fields, they're . and they're not averse to starting 'em. They competition for the day. ' l M Sti-rk was last among the eight qualifiers for the women's - · mtser backstroke, an admirable performance at that since sh» was swimming with a gash in her head received when she fell i n t o a glass door two days before her beet. Strong Field Even her most ardent supporters, however, can't see the California school girl finishing in front of the strong field, which in- I They grimace. They - - u - - . . w j fe I.IUBI.C. 11 ivy gripe. They even throw lists. But mainly they faint. Their No. 1 specialist art Is in this is another with a left, SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay.li.vill.. Arkania,. Thursday, July 31, 17J2 Irvin Back In Giants Lineup jOusied West Virginia School i Teacher On Missing List ·«\ then clipped American refereee r e e Vincent F»rrell with a right after the boisterous game with the e French Monday. He and Carlos BEATS BARN ES Hosello, who had to be subdued hy cops, were suspended. The Uruguayans have other acts big hatchet-faced Latin ,, Wh f n ' referce calls " foul «« named Adessio Lombardo offender assumes a look of angelic '- £mef Lo^TT" 5 ' laS ' i ---N^'no? ^" "« ^^^^^i^ln^^X^^ five into critical stage'of the He not only pick conflict, the time, After the big 'Pros Top Amaieyrs in Cap Piay; Zander Vice President Of APG Little Rock-m-Pro and a m j -. teur golfers from throughout Arkansas will match strokes t o d a y as play begins in the 36-hole A r - he'audience can't miss a He chokes for ---. _. ,,,,,, .. llullft ijc u , wnjcn in- ne cnokes fnr eludes three Dutch stars and one' clutches hi i writ His earh frnfn c n ,,tu */,,:__ ,-.. . , ' , - . . 6 l - n15 each from South Africa. Great Britain, Germany and New Zealand. Australia and Italy will battle for honors in the cycling finals-the 1,000 meters scratch race the 1,000 meters time trial and ' the 2,000 meters tandem. Going into the day's program Russia had. 523 points, the United States 463. Twenty-eight finsl« including 10 in boxing, remain be- !' lore this gigantic sports carnival i r closes Sunday night. : , Although a little short on finals d the day's schedule provides' G plenty of intermediate action. I i. He -- ....u.. ii JO maujji WOl'k over him frantically. Then he hops up and goes hell-for-leather a»ain They hug. They kiss, they weep openly. H The fans never know whether the fiery South Americans are go ing to come up with a kiss kick, but they love 'em. or a Bruins Split With Giants, 6-10,6-2 ^'"'H V hi s \M r h k hfme" 8 of k the S se" t h a mate aboard in the fifth m lead the Chicago Cubs 2: victory and a split in their -header with the New York lenty of intermediate action; "" i The split cost the second nlare Boxing moves into the quarter-I plants a half Ki , mP to t h " Brook finals in all 10 divisions. The Unit- ' £" D °tigers, whom they now trail cd States and Russia each have seven men still going while Italy is leading the field with nine. Cake Fines Open Basketball opens its final two round robin series -- one to determine the first four places between the United.States, Argentina, Russia and Uruguay, and 'the other to determine the last four between France, Brazil, Bulgaria and. Chile. The windup games will be played Saturday. Yesterday the United States picked up H points in the women's springboard diving when Mn. Pat McCormick, a 22-.?ear- old Long Beach Calif., housewife, finished first and Mrs. Zoe Ann Jensen of Oakland, Calif., third. Jean Boiteux of France won the men'i 400 meter free style with Ford,Konno of Honolulu second as the first seven men bettered the Olympic record. The winning time was 4:30.T. The Hungarians won the team «abr« competition in fencing to nobody'a aurprlse since they have not been beaten in the Olympics in years. Booneville Wins Slate Semi-Pro Championship ' « Kreflow Hurls White Sox Past Yankees, 7-0 Chicago-MVLou Kretlow, who is simply awful when he's off but generally brilliant when he's on fired a superb two-hitter at the games--such " ,i'5 Sl ": | ·«"'*« Opra at the Little' Vo'rk ' r u n Country Club. j Yesterday, the amateurs we'e ' well beaten by the play-for-jiay boys in the Arkansas Cup Mate-lies over the rain-dnused llnkj C2N to 27'i. Texarkana pro, Don Murphy, posted a low of 68 as Johnnv Buzick of Monetle led the sirialeur with a 72--one over par. Tom Raney of L i t t l e nock and Billy Bell of Pine Bluff n.wod i the only amateur shut-out in t t i e ' day long grind. They whipped ' Garland Bradshaw of Hone snd ! Harry Bryant of Helena, 9-0. ! Pros Curtis Collier of Fort ' Smith and .Charles Isom of L l t ' l r . Rock dumped Martin Tenney i state a m a t e u r titleholrlcr from Little. Hock and Gene Keency or Texarkana, in the number one match. Murphy WBS elected prp:.idcnt Red Sox Trip " " 5-4 Feller lost ClcvclaiKl-[,7VBnl his f o u r t h Mr.'lici-.i ,'l"St io the: Boston livcl Sox,' 5-4 T h e Tube |o;t no ground to the pacc-scllinc I\P,V Vnr! who lost to Chicac'i. thcniFelM--.-, o:il.v h a l f a ,,,,,,,,, ahead of the Red Sox as of the loss. The Tribe Star Outfielder's Broken Ankle Said Fully Recovered New York - if, - Monle Irvin, pnviounctd f i t for r e t u r n to duty, . will xct his first M a r t i n s chanre "f HIP i!)52 MMSOII tomorrow night j whrir Ihe New York G i a n t s en! f.JK the Pillthiirch Pirates. I In m a k l n H the announcement . m.inacnr Leo Ourcrlier said lie wns yielding Ip Irvin'i pica to "get ".nk in there" r i g h t away, "What are you Koine to do w i t h i suy l i k e t h a t ? " asked Durocher "Sim-e 1 let him plnch-hil last Sunday and he came through w i t h a h i i , he's been a f t e r me to let him play every riiyy. Any other guy would have been out for a full year with w h a t he had. and may- he forever. But here it Is, only three months later, and he's raring lo RO. "What can I do? I've got to let him play. Sn ho goes Friday." it was on April 2 t h a t Irvin suffered m u l t i p l e f r a c t u r e of his right ! In Sweden Of Aiding Reds i Selling Secrets To Russians Basis Of The Charges Slr.':kholm. Swrrter - I/PI Swedish Comnuiiils+s uere Six con- defcn victed o/ sellint v:tal secrets to Runla ln.i ny ...,,, l w u were wntenr«l in Ilt Imprison ment at hard labor. A seventh wrs nighter, 10-6. ehicw ab r hi Addis, rl ?-SS5i..! b cfJ!liaS. 04M . I up Krelow's masterful pitching " " ^ r j ^ - ' f r ^ e i f ^ h ^ ^ S.IMICS behind Ihe Yank.-. Feller hit a home run in his v O'.'.M In-half, b u t was touched f o r ! nmn?rs l.y Dostonlans Hoot Evers; and DH-I. nernerl. ·»ll«n Cltvtl.nil ti r h' B | 4 1 I Mllcheil. II i r f ftsra" f f 1 I I Dnhv rl 4 0 : nn-.-ri 31, P - " 1 .Siiiip-on. rf 1 0 0 K H t l r r II, I " 'I h.l.cmin 0 0 0 Boimi tji 4 I I '-L-,!}ii!i 0 1 H r l » n . r 3 1 1 rt-Vipli,n I'^'l^v. n le-Majcski Yankees": a n k l ° w n l l e sliding into third base but found '" a n exhibition game in Denver. a m e ! A t that time they despaired of result Monte ever playing again. At three! best, they said, he might b« able G'dmnn. 211 Til hc-rr.\. r! Evirs. I f Br'rinw^k a-Vollncr B r n l n n . ] T r u u t . p W l t l i r r . r Lipon .t^ ;i o o 4 0 If 3 1 0 4 I ] 4 n i 0 II 0 :i o o ' resume his playing career next "I heal fast," said the undismayed Irvln as he lay in · hoi, pital cot with his encased right leg supported by pulleys. "I got good hours. I'll be ready to play by August I." Even Irvln didn't realize then what a crystal gaier he waa tn t u r n out tn be. For that is the exact date Monte Is slated to make , j ; | h l s first start, iiit "pinch-hlt"«p! n o H: pc;;rance last Sunday asiilnst Cln- I clnnnli was the lir»t time he had i li n W h l i i c n , | - ". ao r n ' --«," -···* 'wi i ^ i u j i 11111:11^1-5. - - - - - · ,_.,,, M a r t i n , I ? "n'"ii lln *' 2b 4 ' ° ? ox got off 10 a 800ri slarl " nc '' !born ' vvcre named vlre pres- , u l p , Camrlcn : Jnhnny Rock a n r t B i l l Brown.' aa Lown. p Kelly, p Leonard, f a-H'maniki Tol.l. ! 1 4 1 l S 1 3 0 O ' W M t r u m . 2 0 O'Wilhclm. I 0 o: b-Wll,on 0 0 0 : p 0 0 0 35 G 10 Totals Ib 3 0 I 5 1 1 in. Jb 3 l i a goo 4 ? 2 byHsco '' ln S tl'ree times in th I : J ' m R i e TM , back wit after St. he sec- .vith the 95-day interim Louis Browns, idents. To'aU O r i ."i n To'aU a-rlied nut f,, r /: rr . t ]n-i.kl m h - R r n (or Eoiljr , n mi, iDnuh:cd r.ir n.inim 111 i'i, r t - W a l l i r r l f.'.r Hi-ijrn H I ' D ' I I . c l l i l inlo d o u b i L play (or in 9;h. " ' j *·"- "'· ijuuih orowns, 4 l 2 smacked a homer in the third with 3 1 0 1 ^ ne on Phil Rizzuto doubled in the third off Kretlow and Joe Collins singled in the sixth for the only New York hits. f j j j i o n e on. i l l 0 0 0 34 l n «.n.o ,,,, n III IDialB 3« a-Flied out for Leonard in Sth b-Doubltd for Wilhflm in 8th.' Sew*York · " · '" 3 OM M0 ~ 6 ^^--Thomson. Miksls. Dark fluah Brown. Baumholtz. r i m - A t w e i 1 2 Booneville. Ark.-l/Pi-Booneville | will represent Arkansas in the j National Seiii-Pro Baseball tour- i nament in Wichita, Kan., as a re- '· suit of their 5-2 win over Paris i here last night. I Jimmy Charles blasted out a ! two-run homer in the ninth inline; for Booneville. Booneville .. 120 (100 1)02--s 9 3 Rlzruto ai Oltr'laki. CollliiB. i b Bauer, rf Nortn, rf Mantle, cf Wpodling. If ao r h 1 ""ib T h 3 0 l i R ' d r l f u e i , 3b 3 1 1 p 0 0 0 Fox. 2h 3 1 3 4 0 I:Mlnoao. If 3 0 1 2 0 0 Roblnjon, Ib 5 0 2 1 0 0 Mel*, rf 4 1 2 4 0 0] Hiv»ra. cf 4 1 1 4 0 0 - L o I l a r . c 4 0 0 Miranda, aa 4 1 1 2 2 0 5 0 0 .i t u J . ·' ' R l s 3 1 B ° ' il.', Wilhtlm 3 5 battcrsl: Man- 'hU'^n Chicago Now Yor ^.. : n PB-- --.-luni f . winner--Wilhelm *KCOND OAMt 2tlO 02fl 002--6 12 I 020 000 000--2 8 1 Kl/Ppstein i.Wp). Chiti: : i P P .i Jln " n "-P). Weatrum. »»iV.'"*···»· *· -» « " ''iiitiuna. M D r J d . 3b 4 0 0 Krcllow. p Martfn. 2b 2 0 n Kutiva, p o o n' orman, p I n o fiogu*. p 0 0 0 a-Mizr 1 o 0 Schafeffer. p 0 0 0' bB'we*er. u 0 0 0 TotalB 28 n 2 Total* 53 7 11 b-Walked for SchMffer in Sth ^h^.I? · · · - "00 ooo oixt-0 Rivera. S-- Rlzzu'.n. DP-- McDounald nmiito and Martin: Miranda and RpblMon LOB-New York 6. Chlcajo 14. BB-- Kurava 4. Gorman 2. Ho»ue I. Schatffcr 3. O«trowjkl I. Kretlow 4 t,. s 9"£? ZBV " -· Schatfrtr .1. cwlrow- Jki 2. HO -Kutava 4 In 1 2-3 innln««: Zander, inalcher, sfiaiupt Jones. L i t t l e Rock a m .-. t , - u r - lost tn Fort Smith pro Burl Vei - i 2B-K'ci" non, 3-0. Zander and Barnes were i ^° rt the only representatives from from Northwestern Arknnsas. Mafhews, Spahn Cool Cards, M Bobton-(/P-Rookie Ed M a t h e r - ' . 17 homer cf the campaign, w i t h ! Johnny Logan on base m th? fourth inning, last niRht" enable';' r - G n o r l m s n !Uil-- F. n r r l . R i m p o n . l!!rr _ i- 1 2 Grr- . .. Kr". GK,,,, C.l.vnn. MH - Kvpra, Gcr- -r. SH - L'inn S- Upon rip.- Simp«fi.. mM»s s i - 0 """'«" " Trour l Fpllfr l ows!ci : Demon 4 Fi-llci 6. H T 4 , i n , r ' '""'"": » n t o n Trnul o n 2-3. R u n d rn~ i r r.-3i, n "" lnn '·' - T r i m M. " ntl -n""*TM;M i M i l c h t l l l Hclion since his mishap. He also went in ti H pinch-hitter against (he Chicago Cubs last night but was called out on strikes. What prompted Irvln to ask for a starling chance was the announcement made by Dr. Harrison I. McLouchlin of Medical Center following an examination of the injured leg. "The broken bones have knit perfectly," the doctor announced. "And In all respects Irvln hai made a highly satisfactory recovery." . chick and .. -------- 000 000 020--2 7 3 Stone and Bates; McClinton, Needham (2), and Miller. Boys Club Weekly Card How They Stand By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 41 44 43 46 49 46 00 63 New York 58 Cleveland 55 Boston . 53 Washington 52 Chicago . 52 Philadelphia 46 St. Louis 41 D ^roit 35 Wedneadaj-'a Remits Chicago 7. New York 0 Philadelphia 4, Detroit 3 Boston 5, Cleveland 4. (night) Washington 6, St. Louis (night) Pet. . August 1 -- (Practice) 1-2 Cardinals 2-3 Giants 3-4 Cubs 4-5 Intermediates 5-6:30 Seniors August 2 -- Cardinals vs. Cubs Indians vs. Yankees ^ t l Seniors (practice). .586 j August 3--Seniors vs. Van Buren. .556 1 * j» Major League leaders .5151 (By The Associated Pre») .500.1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Ho«ue °»lr 3-3. 0 in Gorman 3 in 1 : Schaoffer 4 in I R E R -- Kuza Schaeflcr 2-2 Winner -- Kretlou- Kuiav, iB-7). u-So.r; ro«7aV Gonvan and Hurley. T--2:47. 0 in Lo"cr -- NATIONAL LEAGUE .406 BATTING -- Musial, St. Louis .357 .331; Atwell, Chicago, .323; Lo-k- man. New York, .313; Kluszewski, Cincinnati, and Pafko, Brooklyn, .307. I RUNS--Musial St. Louis. 702 | L o c l i m a n , New York, 68; Reese I and Robinson, Brooklyn, 64. j HITS -- M i i f l n l . St.'Louis, 119' i Adams, Cincinnati. 116; Lockman, 4!) " sn 28 29 34 42 48 54 60 .681 .630 .571 .531 .505 .432 .3114 Brooklyn 62 New York 58 St. Louis 56 Philadelphia 52 Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh Wednetday'a lleaiillt Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 3, 10 innings New York 10-2, Chicago «-j Owl-night) Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati 3 (nl(rht) nvjwc. i.: * ~-"^'»'ii-ii, i i u , j-ucKman, W L Pct. , N r w Yor k, and Echoendienst, St. £1 on co, ; LoiliS, 115. HOME RUNS--Saner, Chicago, Dodgers Beat Bucs In 10th Frame, 4 To 3 Brobklyn-ftfVCarl Furillo's first hit in his last 16 times at bat was the payoff blow yesterday as it scored Bobby Morgan from second with the winning run in the 10th inning as the Dodgers nipped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4,-S. Thi win snapped a Brooklyn five- game losing streak. The Brooks were trailing 3-2 j with one out in the n i n t h when · Roy Campanella, back in action after an 11-day layoff with a broken hand, hit his l l t h homer of the season to knot the count. Bob Friend, in relief of Howie PoIIet was the loser. .Joe making his a the St ; Louis Cardinal.. scored on only as the i r . Stan Muslal's homer in th Nats Snap Four-Game Slreak By i,6-2 'Athletics Win As | Tiger Strategy Backfires, 4 To 3 The Swedish jicvcrnment charted them w i t h turning over to the nisisltns lull detail:, of their tuu-.- 'i.v's northern rietawi ,,^,nsl any Russian attack across nels-h- borinu Finland, Krltiof Enbom. M. confessed mastermind of the Soviet spy rliift. and Im chid arcompl.'v Juco Ojerevold, drew l i f e terms at hard labor. The ringleader's younger- brother, Martin Enbom drew a seven-year sentence Others convicted and sentenced A i . h u r Karlsson. 4.2, a Commu- it member ot the Town Council of Halmiled in South Swedm. u»rlaton, who arranged the elder Enbom j contact with Soviet Embassy official*, received one year and ei»M months imprisonment. Kinga! Larsson, 4.0. a railway worker, whom the government accused of aendlng regular reportl I to Enbom on railway security measures. He drew five years at hard labor. Lilian CerJer, 31, Frillgf Kn bom a prirl friend, whom police charged operated a shortwave transmitter Enhom received from the Russians. She was given eight months, but the court ruled the three momha iht hat «pent In custody nince her arrest would coi'nt In this |jeriod. The aeventh accused member of the ring, acquitted for lack of proof, waa Tage Wlrkmrom. .17 a MitndH. 3J, ousted West ,,,,,,,,, art teacher, li mlssintj. Dei MoiMI , police raid today that Dr Muiv , dcl's sister ha* filed a mMdj ! wson* "port. The fijier la Mn «. A. Sioenson of fort Dodgii' wa. She received custody 4 '. ,«iu.riol last week. Mrs. Steenson told police he, Jitter left their car in Dti Moinw : earl- Wednesday and did not r»: [ t u r n . She was reported to have a | '-insiderable sum of money w|flt I Mn. Stefnson received custodj ; of Dr. Mimdel when the the lit) ' t?r was released from the Fait* | mont, w Va , Jail, where she Jt4 j heen held on assault and lunat^f ; warrant 1 :. : | At the time of her releaM froni i J a i l Dr. Mundel's friends Hid aM j had been emotionally upm iUid she lost her $100,000 alandcr lull ^salnut Mrs. Thelma B. Loud*i . vl'f president of the West Vie* . fflnla State Roard af EdiK4tioiic I Dr. Mundei had accuMd Mr*l Louden o( slanderous statement*.' She claimed these statement in flucnced the Hate board not t* r'hire her as head of the Fairmont State College art department. A lury returned a verdict in Mi* Londin's favor. ·* _....., · 9 clerk In the army fortificatiaj construction bureau, ·* The Enbom brothera and an editor ind -.,,,,,., ,, had, collected military and trial Information for the Ru.,,,i» for alx years, turning it over tit Soviet Embassy offidala la return for cash. ·* w* ATHiirri WOT A : WHATOiniC IS A MUST : : W h a t u a ktralolrllcl An a**t On* M*la TMf 'el ll j'* c " 4 · kl11 - " *f» '""ia; action. G«t T^L. a'kirali^tS - -·-' atora. M n o i pl.-*l I* HUDSON . . . TROUILIW SM KM HAU AT WHITiUn OAtAM ·L L.uli . ^ l o s r r r E slreiiU l-.=t nisht to defeat ,;; |he St. Loiii, nnwns, (1-2. hchl., u p i . he f i v e - h i t p l t r h i l i R .if Eoh Por- · j l j i l i e l f l . Th" N n i - n.,-...- t r B i | the Mualal. cV SI'ehler, rl 1 4 l J.M.theWa 3h 4 l If . If 4 0 I'Cooper, 4 0 0 Ooriton 4 p 2 Crn\ir. n, ft!!TM' 1 ;TM 31 ' 1 ! " Si'"mir''2b Lowrey. If D. Rlc * I 1 Courlncv i I 1 M v r ^ -j'f, | n I Dolsinc, ct rf . Sisler. ib Prrsko. p a-Stanky Yuha«. p 2 n n ~ 1 0 0 0 0 0 BCtiVrl- 4 5 J ? '? - · -IcnArn rf · - ^ « n Wond II I a I i C.-rZ;' «'f 2 0 r , H n ' t ' l r i n 2h 3 0 0 Pot'TiM, p I S S .vu^jrUn " Detrolt-Wi-Detroll Tiger strategy of \valklng home run hitter fius Zernial Intentionally to act UP force-plays at any base twice eat I 5 a ,' k ' '' ed Wwday as the Phila- Ind I TMl* ln A « «dged the Bengals 4.3. | On each occasion that Zenial wa« - passed th» next batter, Allie CUrk ...^j,, , doubled in two runs. ·'·" ° ! , L ^ r , Tctl Gr;1J ' was th * vic| im ab r h "f Clark s big bat in both intancel '·h v ry" i M i' "' / ' cr ""'l-who hoi 18 homers--wii - - - - 4 o i i y . i i i k e d with men o n second a n d I Totals 34 1 7 Tola's aTr ·-Filed out rnr Prwu'o ln g.., 28 2 5 b-ftan for D. R,c. in s,h m»-| ! Totals I-oula «. Boston 3. BE- prc.kV ,1 in 34 fi t'Tnl *" "" Dpm.-.c y* out t,, ton · S! a t r l in 7lh in 9' I, 4 o i !i" lr u,' Th(:n clark foll °wed with J J ^ r t o u b l M to drive in all the A'« 4 o f, · runs. 2 0 0 ; l»IIIIM*laHil. HHT- 1 0 1 ' a b r h' o f) o; Jooit. u 4 | O'Bcrrv « 2 o n Kan,, ib J J 2 K.K' ?. I hillty, c/ 4 1 1 ' Mill f t (I'M 11 *""'·'. It J O O ' M u l l W Clark, rf 4 0 2:Dro^o. ib 32 i S '] 001 000-2 j Koll. 2b Roblnion. 2b I 0 0 Oroih' cf i.-Thomaa 1 0 0 Mapt.,. rf 4 0 0 reSV.Tlb.ii 3 o 2 b-Kolloway 3 0 0 Gray, p I c-Souchock an r h o o o I I I I 1 3 4 I 1 4 0 1 4 0 3 4 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 I 0 II 3 0 I I 0 1 ri mis^is^ii Easy One For U.S. 1£ ----.- -·· ··. ..i-,. i.iiu-r. F, fift-- R v r n r r i ' i n ir";',",?,, s °,T,i:?;cr.wrf TM TMv a «^'T.I.U arn^ M wl r^,^«H ls '';Si Fffi r XttsriW- ^^ T-='»L^^! S^.' or .. Gr ". m3 ?iV.._ '"" ~\rAs-X?L-^rS^ F U L L 5 4 - I N . W I D t Hij ."i ..: · fXTKCMCLY RIVALS r CEfiAMIC THE TCT COSTS f« UM Choict Sttltction of Colon nvjivir. nui\a--saner, Chicago '" arvl "6 '"s jjsi appea 25; Hodges, Brooklyn, and Kiner'l year ' was t n s winner. Plttehnrffh on. vt-.t _ ' fitlaburvli Pittsburgh,' 80; Mathfws, "B'OJ ton, 17. ; PITCHING-fioe, Brooklyn, 7-0 3V ,1.000; Wilhelm, New York, 8 - 2 - i · J80 .800; Hearn, New York, 11.3, .786;' ; Yuhas, St. Louis, 7-2, .77J. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W New Orleans 62 Atlintu 61 · Chattanoogi .18 Mobile S.S Memphis 53 Birmingham Si Nashville . . fll Llltta Bnek « Weahwiday'a Results Little Ruck (I-IJ, A H a n t a 5-11 Mobile ,1, Chattanooga 0 N«w Orleant It, Nashville t Mwiphil », Birmingham 2 Pct. ..inn .560 .537 .soo .477 . (4 BATTINC-Fain. Phila'delphla, Boston, .318; Wooding,'fiew'York! RUNS--Joosl, Philadelphia 70- Berra, Now York, 67; Minnso, Chi- M«n. 66; Rosen, Cleveland, 65. HITS-Fox, Chiragt,, 131; JJ OD . mson, ChlfBRO, 122; Rosen. Cleve- wnd, i n ; Jensen, Washington, H O M E n U N S - B e r r a N e w Onty, Cjovfland. 20; and Joott, 4 0 . . c 3 1 1'Shuha. FS. "p ! § | Ynrk, 21; lund, Dropo, Detroit Philadelphia, IB h ? I1 . C " IN .°r Sh »ntz, Philadel- phla, 18.3, .051; Ranchl, New York, 11-2, 841:; R h « a , Waihlngton, t-3, 750; Sain, Ne\/ York, «-8, 727. , , -, Oarcia, Clevelini) 14.7 ,H7. S"\wS p '"i i ',i,r.' I f'"','i",-' L " 11 Dropo. U f t Phils Come From Behind To Wallop ; , 7 T o 3 WALLPAPER Here is a fine (election of patterns for your horn* at budget-balancing pricei! i*atf«rn* HM-MOING CfXMJ leg. 26c I7 I I $UNF«I-SOM£ WMEHMST JZ.HITotjla j out wh.n wlnnlnt run iror «!'n FU HR.!L ^r*"**'""'·' l " 1 '''l«'M'«f'- ^i^f^x ^^®$%*TMi g-j8"r S*R$Mt ?. ·aSftli? J H^VWaldtti ,',,· jFf;- «" n r?llck ft""? VlnV'A-lSi'Ki' n[!*?!l_ l :L',?.K* l I!»._ s * ·i'lf *.V'i r,k o?'f hl »-'^i-The Philadel. i Phia Phillies came tram behind' last night with a nix-run eight i ' n " l n « '" l'"t the Cindtmat, RMs. 7-j. 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