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Gold Medal Hopes Slim For U. S. In Today's Olympics H.Uitlki . (f\ _ f h i li.HiJ * . "^ · Helsinki - (/ft - the United* States today faced the prospect of its first day without winning a gold medal since full scale Olympic cdmpetition began 12 days ago. 6ut the Russians were certain not to score a point. In the four finals on the day's program, the U. S. has ohly one hop*-~15-yeaf-old Barbara Stark, Uruguay Basketball Team Has Best Act In Olympics By WILL GRIMSLCY Helsinki-Wi-Tip to Hollywood: i backstroke swimmer from Ori- nada. Calif. The Russians didn't qualify anybody for the swimming race, and neither of the big nations, which arc battling for team ·Coring honors, got anybody as far as the finals of three cycling races whicfi cAmrilete the gold medal competition for the day. v; ;s StiM-k ivas last among the! ·ight qualifiers for the women's i mr'.r- Luckstroke, an admirable performance at that since she was swimming with a sesh in her head received wheft she fell into * glass door two days before her heat. Stronj Even her most ardent supporters, however, can't see the California school girl finishing in front of the strong fielrl which in- t eludes three Dutch stars and one | clutches his wrist. His mates work each from South Africa, Great i over him frantically. Then He hops Britain, Germany and New Zea- up and goes hell-for-leather again. Be sure to catch the faining Uruguayans in the Olympic basketball tournament. They've got th* greatest act since Weber and Fields, They're « riot, and they're not averse to starling 'em. They cry. They grimace, they gripe. They even throw fists. But mainly they faint. Their No. 1 specialist in this art is s big hatchet-faced Latin named Adesslo Lombardo. In four of the Uruguayans' last five games, Lombardo has gone into a graceful swoon it eorne crilical stage of the conflict. He not only picks the time, he also picks the spot. Normally it's I in front of the officials' table | where the audience can't miss a gasp. He chokes for broatn. Me lahd. I Australia and Italy will battle tat honors In the cycling finals-the 1,060 meters scratch race, the 1.000 meters time trial and the 5,000 meters tandefn. Going into the day's program! ftussia had- 523 1 /i points, the Unit- ' ed States 4(53. twenty-eight finals, including 10 in boxing, remain before this gigantic sports carnival closes Sunday night. Although a little short on finals, the day's schedule provides plenty of intermediate action. Boxing moves into the quarterfinals in all 10 divisions. The United States and Russia each have seven men still (toing while Italy is leading the field with nine. Cate Fltta Open Basketball opehi 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 arid Chile. The \vindup games will be played Saturday. Yesterday the United Slates picked up 14 points in the women's springboard diving when Mrs. fat McCormick. a 22-year- old Long- Beach Calif., housewife, finished first and Mrs. Zoe Ann Jensen of Oakland, Calif., third. Jftah Bolteux of France won the men's 400 meter 'free style with fott Konno of Honolulu second as the first seven men bettered the Mia stand-in is Martin Acousta y Lafa. Martin lalnts, too, but not as ofteh nor as gracefull as Adessio. Wilfredo Palaez is another ieiriler. He feinted with a left, then clipped American referee Vincent Farrell with a right after the boisterous game with the Frtridh Monday. He and Carlos Hoiello, who had to b* subdued by cops, were suspended. The Uruguayans Have other acts. When a referee calls a foul the offender assumes a look of angelic innocence, lift* his shouldtrs an protests: "No, no, not me!" They repeatedly tumble on the floor. They lie there and wfithe. After the big jarnes--such as their win over Argentina yesterday--they let their emotions run rampant. They hug. They kiss, they weep openly. The fans never know whether the fiery South Arrujrieans are going to come up with a kiss or a kick, but they love 'em. garUpttn Ar.wu.tti. WM..[SPORTS Bruins Split With Giants, 6-10,6-2 N e w Y o r k - W ) - H a r t k Sauer blasted his 25th homer of Ihe season wilh a mate aboard ih the fifth frame to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 6-2 victory and a split in their double-header with the New York The split cost the second place Giants a half gsme to the Brooklyn Dodgers, whom they now trail by four and a half games. The Giants had to come from behind to capture the opener of the twi- nighler, 10-6. H»»T OAMI ·flleaga N» YM* . ab r h: -i- Addis. rl 4 0 0 Williams. Kretlow Hurls White Sox Past Yankees, 7-8 Kretlow. who generally brilliant 'when he's on, fired a superb two-hitter at the New York Yankees yesterday 16 register a 7-0 win over the World NOKTMWBT ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayertevillo, Arkamo. ] 1 Thursday, July 31, 1952 VERNON[BEATS BARN ES " Pros fop Amateurs In Cup Play; Zander Vice President Of APG Little Rock-(/P)-Pro and ama-«v teur golfers from throughout Arkansas will match strokes today as play begins in the 36-hole Ar- I kansas Open at Ihe Little Rock Country Club. | Yesterday, the amateurs were ( well beaten by Ihe play-for-pay | hoys In the Arkansas Cup Matches ! over the rain-doused links, 62" to 27',i. Texarkana pro. Don Murphy, posted a low of 68 as Jolmnv Buzick of Monette led the amateur with a* 72--one over par. Tom Raney of Little Rock and Billy Bell of fine Bluff scored :he only amateut fhut-out in Ihe |lmnBack In i Giants Lineup Tomorrow Night i Star Outfielder's Broken Ankle Said Full/ Recovered New Vork - l/Pt - Monte Irvln. pronounced fit for return to duty, will get his (irst starling chance nf the lf52 season tomorrow night when the New Vork Giants «n- SHfje the Pittsburgh Pirates. In making the announcement, manager Leo Durochcr said he I was yielding to IrvliVn pita to "get i back in there" right away. | "What are you going In do with a guy like that?" asked Durochcr, "Since I lei him pinch-hit last Sunday and he cnmt through with a hit, he's been after me to let him play every clay. Any olher guy would have been oul for a full year w i t h what he had. ana maybe forever. But here it Is, ohly three months later, and he's raring tn go. "What ran I do* I've got lo let him play. So he goes Friday." It was on April 2 that Irvln suffered a multiple fracture of his right imt .^ t ankle while sliding into third base found 1 !" 1 a " exhibition garrie in Denver, .- ..... ,, s a m e ' A t that time they despaired 'of ahead of the Red Sox as a r?Mj|tl Monte ever playing again. At Ousted West Virginia School Teacher On Missing List Red Sox Trip Indians, 5-4 Six Convicted In Sweden Of Aiding Reds Selling Secrets To Russians Basis Of The Charges Stockholm, Sweden - I/PI . Swedish Communi.s'.i were convicted of selling v.Ul defense Dr. ' Dr. Main*. - l Mundel. 31, ousted West art teacher, is mining. DH M« police said today that Dr. del's litter ha4 filed a mil i nerrom report. The lister U i S. A. SteMifon nf F*rt I Iowa. She rectivM ur. Mumlel last week. Mrs. m«nson MM . *!hi VJF sister left their car in D*a MoiM* early Wednesday and did rk« tit- turn She was reported t* »av«i considerable sum of monay wtW her. s'. · Mrs. steenson received cuati !of Dr. Mundel whtn tht ] ler was released from t: S i x j m o n t , W. Va.. jail, wMr* been held on assault and secrets to Russia tMjy and two were sentenced in life Imnrlson- ment it hard labor A seventh wn« acquitted, the Swedish government char warrants. At the time of her reltaM't. Jill Dr. Mundel's friends said i had b«en emotionally upMt i Ihe lost her J 100,000 sland4f aM. against Mrs. Thelms B. UuHh ged them with turning oveMo'Th'e I ?? ^« lden ' °' j h « »« * !nusf| E nHf,,lldel.il:, of their couTM r \ " S "' e B °" d " M **««*' night as Ihe Cleveland Indian? lost lo Iho Boston n?'J Sox, 5-4. The Tribe lost no ground to the pace-setting New York Yankees who lort to Chicago, but Ihemr.eKes onlv -half icad of the Red ! of the loss. The Tribe, is thrco games behind the Yanks. Feller hit a home run in his own behalf, but was touched for , Tli'li-i Ever*, ' Kill. b r h '-00 n a o day long grind. They whipped ] homers by Bostrmians Hoot Evers Garland Bradshaw of Hope and and Dick Corner!. Harry Bryant of Helena, 9-0. I »aii«ii ekvtl.mt Pros Curtis Collier of Fort imith and Charles Isom of Little iock dumped Martin Tennr ; y. late amateur titleholrler from jttle Rock and Gene Keeney of Texarkana, in the number ono. match. Murphy was elected presirlpht of the Arhanstis ProfeRsional Gnlf- champs. Tile White Sox backed l up Krelow's masterful pitching If. i With an 11-hit barrage of Bob Ku- :,.,,, !zava and four releif pitchers. ers, Inc.. at a business .-. 2b B'mholtr, Sauer. If Atwell. c Cavetta. Ib Sereha, 3b Brown, ii Lown. p Kelly, p Leonard, p a-H'manskl Rush, p Manvllle. : l 2: Dark, it f 4 1 2! Lockman, Ib 4 I 2'Tho'pson. cf 4 I Mthodes, If i l l 3 1 1: Thomson. 3b 1 I l 4 0 1'Mueller, rf 4 1 2 3 0 0' Wesirljm. c 3 1 0 2 0 0 Wilhelm. p 1 0 0 I 0 01 h-Wilson » J g , Crete t, 0 0 0 0 0 0 . The Sox got 6ff to a good start Rock and Bill M a r t i n . ! j 31 by scoring Three tirriei in the sec- idenl s{ ' 8 ond. Jim Rivera, back with the 5 ° ' White Sox after a 95-day interim Jonesboro, were named vice prep- 1 1 1 o 0 o Tot.U 35 6 10, Totals M 10 1] a-FIied out for Leonard in 8th b-Doubled for Wilhelm in Sth ChlcaSo 303 000 000--6 , New York I l l 010 Z4x--10 E--Thomson. Mikjli. Dark, Rush , irown. Baumholtl. R8I-- Atwell 2J Olympic record. The winning time I Dark 2. Weilrum. Sefena 3. Rnijdti 2. Lockmin: Wjljion 2B--Atwell Wilson 3B--Seriha. HR-- Dark. Rhodes. S--Brown, Weslrum. bf"--Htlrn. D«tk With the St. Louis Browrts, smacked K homer In the third with one on. Phil Bizzuto doubled In the third off Kretlow and Joe Collins singled in the sixth for the only New York hid. Hl« Ywk MttW -. ah r h .b r n Rizzuto. s 3 0 liU'elrlfuet, 3b ' 0 0 o. Fox. 2b 4 0 l!Mlno». If 2 0 0 Rnblnton. Ib 1 0 o; Mele. rf 4 0 01 Rivera, tt 4 0 0 . 1 . o l l » r c 4 0 0^ Miranda, U Oitr'faki. p Collins, ib Baud*, rf Nnren, rf Mintle. rf woodlinff. If M'D'pld. 3b 4 I 3 1 1 5 1 3 3 (I 1 5 0 2 « 1 2 4 1 I 4 1 3 2 S C O Booneville Wins Stale Semi-Pro Chimpionship Booneville. Ark.-(^P)-Booneville will represent Arkansas in the National Sdni-Pro Baseball tournament irt Wichita, Kan., as a result 8f their 5-2 wirt over Paris here last night. Jimmy Charles blasted out a two-run homer in the ninth inning for Booneville. Booneville . . 120 nOO 002--5 9 3 Paris 000 000 020--2 7 3 Stone and Bates: McClinton, Needham (2). nnd Miller. and Lockman; Mueller tnd Weitrum- Kuzavi. p Thonunn. Williarru and Lockman LOS I Trnan. P "-- -- -- - -·- ..... --" - - Mojue. p a-M!« -Chlcato S . N e w York . 2. Kelly l. Ru-h l. Htafn 4, Wllhelfn 1 was 4:30.7, Th* Hungarians won the team Babre competition ih fencing to SO--L0V-n i.Kelly 3 ~Leonard"l"'Hearn Scl nobody's surprise since they have ]· *.'"!£'ft s , tt p-, L ?V ? in - TM l n n -1 bB not been beaten in the Olympics a-sl'R.S s'ln o (!.?« 5 ba'iSsi.i- In fears. ' MI *. °. ln ' H e a r n . 6 irt 2 (none out - ·· In l-rt-: V'ilhelm 3 in 6: Ore«f I in l. R ana ER- Ixjwn s-3 Kelly 3-1. Rmh 4-2. Hearn 6-5. WP--Lown PB-Atwell. Westrum 2. Winner--Wilh'lrn lfi-21. Loser-- Rush 110-91 U--Bos(tf«l Pinelli. En.ae'n and Jorda. T-- 2:50. itcOHD CAMI Ch.cago . . 20T. 020 002-S « ' Neiv YorK 020 000 OhO--? 9 3 Batteries. Kllppsteln IWP], Chltl: Oansen iLPi, Weatrum aeffer, 'weser. i 0 0 0 1 0 0 o o o 1 0 t) Totlls J8 0 2 ToUU 33 7 11 a-3truek out fof RotlM in StH. b-Walked for Srnaeffer in StH. New York . ooo ftfto oflo--o Chicago 03! 010 Iflu--7 E--Miranda. Hofuc. RBI--Fox. Mln- 050 3. Rivera 2. Robinson. 2B--RiJlutO I Mele 2, Lollar. HR-- Rivera SE -- t Rivera. R--RIJEuto rP--McDousi'rl RizEuto And Martin: Miranda and Romnson. LOB-iNew York 6. Chicago 14. BB- Kuzsva 4. G«rmsn 2 Holut ' Schieffer 8. ostrowtkl 1. Kretlow Merle a m a t e u r , Zander, matchpd a Jones, Little Rock , lost to Fort Smith pro Bud Vernon, 3-0. Zander anrl Barnes wore the only represenlaiives from from Northwestern Arkansas, Mafhews, Spahn Cool Cards, M ah r h !b 4 I I ' M i l r . h n i . If rl I n 0 jDcCosky. If i i 1 Avil.i. i'h cl -I I 1 Diihv d · 1 0 ? R(»rn :*b p ^ 0 1 Sinui-.on. rf I 0 0 E,-r,(rr. Ih 1 0 0 h-Lrmon TtlHIt. p 0 0 0 Bonnf SS Oi-rm-rt. Ib 4 1 r-QI-nn Wllber. c 4 0 1 Hr-ppn c Llpon. 5* 3 I 1 rl-Tin:un rller. p best, they said, he ml|ht b* able to resume his playing career next season. "I heal fast." said the undl«- mayed Irvln as he lay in t ho«- pltal cot with his encased right leg supported by pulleys. "I got good bones. I'll be ready to play northern ilefviise-: »ny Russian attack across boring Kinland. i;imst Dr. Mundel had ieeufM Hij. Louden of slanderous statwpatrtL' She clalmeri these stattmtnta Mir · the itate board not to Colle «« « rt Bcnlon. J (I I. by Aujust 1," Even Irvih didn't realize then what a crystal' gaier he wai to ,, ,, n I lurn oul to be. For that Is the 3 o o ' exact date Monte Is slated to make J J i | h l s first start. His pinch-hit «p- o o o , pearance last Sunday against Clna l i I clnnati was Ihe first time he hid _!..:L? i action since his mishap. He also .11 4 6 went In B* a pinch-hitter «««ir)jt Totals 35 J 9 Tnrals j-Fhed oul (rir Brndowski in Cth h - R a n lor Kaslrr in 3lh. r-Doilblerl for B-innp in a:h d-Walhecl Ir-r Hrfi.-in ,n 9'h eHit into rtouhlf play lor Feller In 91h. Boston . . 2 ?i nno oto-5 Cl^ve'and . 010 020 001--1 F--Goodman RBI--E vnrs 2, Gnr- nprt. Sllnpsnn. I'ellrr 2. Kc?T' Olvnn 2B -Kell. Olj-nn M R -- F.vers. Oer- nrrt Slmnscn. Feller SB-- Llport. j Cnnrtm.in.DlMam-ln E-- I.lpnn DI»- l.lpon and G r - r n t r l . Goodman anil I I.ipon: Trout. Wilbpr aivl Gorn-rt L , on--n.i..ion 5. Cleveland 3 BB-Bro- "And in all respects Irvln hnl the Chicago Cubs last night but was called out on strikes. What prompted Irvin to ask for a sttifting chnnce was the an* nouncemcnt marie by Dr. Harrison I. McLaujhlin of Medical Center following sn examination of tht injured frg. "The broken bonei have knit perrcolly," the doctor announced. at hard labor. The rlnjleader's younger brother, Martin Enbom flrrsv n seven-year sentence. Others convicted and sentenced were i , ; . i h u r Karlsson, 42, a CommU- n'-t rhefibcr of thf Town Council Of Hslmsted- in South Sweden. i.iiriiwiii, wno arranged th« eider EnbOM'i contact with Soviet Embassy officials, received one year and ei»ht months Imprisonment. Fln»sl Larsson, 40. a railway worker, whom the government accused ol sending regular reports lo tnboin on railway security measures. He drew five, years at hard laBor, Lilian Coder. 31, Krltlof fen- bom'S'tlrl friend, whom police charted operated a shortwave transmitter Unborn received from the Russians. She was given eight months, but Ihe court ruled the three months she has spent In custody sine* her art-eat would count in this period. The seventh accused meinbtr of the ring, acquitted for lack of prnftf, was Taje Wlckstrom, IT. a ln ·a clerk In the army fortititatl construction bureau. The Inborn brothm and i an ·dit** and agitator. M~ hed- collected military arid tnMC. trial Information Tor th« RuMUM* for si* yean, turning It Soviet Embassy officials ! for cash. PO« ATNlim WOT RMATOtmc u A Whit w i kfratoirtieT An ttnt * atidtnt th« indetM MM: n l Well ei«, it^mlnt nwn amm to kllltnc acllorl. o,t T-4-L, · IwraMr itorl. If not . root 4*e r croaii Dntc iton. t anr OK* H at.TM HUDSON . . . TROUILW M Ml HAU AT wrnmm 0_Brtirtow!kl 4 In 5 lnnm B .i; Brnlrm -' In 3 1-3; Trout 0 In 'J-1 R find F.rt-- Brodott-skl 3-3. B n n l n n 1-1 Trout 0-n Feller 5-5 IIBP-BroHou-ski i M I t c h l l l i Winner non'm-.-ilu l5-.1i Ix'-.er--Feller 17-111. U_Grlpvr. Pas-.-lella. Mono- chirk and Kohh T--r 40 A--24,781. Nits Snap Four-Game i iojing Slrea'i By cry. Boston-rxPi-Hookie Ed Mathers' 17 hortier of the campaign, v . i t h i Johnny Logan on base in the over the St. Louis Cardinals. j St. Lm.ls-i/Pi-w.ishington's Sen- Spahn, with a hif curve work- 1 ators snapped o-.-t of n four-game ing, allowed seven hits anrl was losing sires!; 1,-st niaht lo defeat only as Ihe result o f . the St. Louis Brown* (,-· behind Athletics Win As Tiger Slritegy Backfires, 4 To 3 scored . . . 4 SO--Kutava 2. Scfiaelter 3, Oltrow- ski 2. HO--KuzaVa 4 in 1 2-3 innlnn; Joe Pr was the l i ^ al ii"l : '' v ( ' ' ° ·' ni ·' '''''f names. ! How They. Stand By The Associated Presa AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. New York 58 41 .586 Cleveland 55 44 .556 Boston 53 43 .552 Washington 52 46 .531 Chicago 52 49 .515 Philadelphia 46 46 .500 St. Louis 41 60 .408 Detroit 35 63 .357 Wednesday's Reaulta Chicago 7. New York 0 Philadelphia 4. Detroit 3 Boston 5. Cleveland 4 (night) Washington 6. St. Louis 2 (night) NATIONAL LEAGUE W T Brooklyn 62 29 New York 58 34 St. Louis Sfi 42 Philadelphia 52 Chicmo 49 Boston 41 Cincinnati 39 Pittsburgh . . . 2 8 Wednrndir'n Results Brooklyn 4, Pittsburgh 3, 10 in- I nirigs i New York 10-2, Chicago 6-6 ! (twl-nlght) i Philadelphia 7, Cincinnati (night) Pet. .681 .630 .571 .531 .505 .432 .394 .280 Boys Club WeeklyCard 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 Seniors (practice). August 3--Seniors vs. Van Buren Major League Leaden (By The Associated Pren) NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING - Musial, St. Louis, 331; Atwell, Chicago, .323; Lockman, New York, .313; Ktuszew- sk;, Cincinnati, snd Pifko, Brooklyn. .307. RUNS--Muslal St. Louis, 70; Lockman, New York, 68; Reese and Robinson, Brooklyn, 64. HITS --Musial. St. Louis, 119; Adams, Cincinnati, 116; Lockman. New York, and Schovaciienst, St I Louis. 115. j HOME RUNS--Sauer, Chicago,! 25; Hodges, Brooklyn, and Klner, Pittsburgh, 8(1; Mathewn, Boston, 17. PITCHING--Roe. Brooklyn, 7-0, 1,000; Wilhelm, New York, 8-2; .800; Hearn, New York, 11-3, 78«; Yllhas, St. Louis, 7-2, .778. ib r h 1 Hemus. u 4 0 IMc-fhroe cf S'ndlens*. 2b 4 0 ] Logan, ss Mu«la.I, cf 4 1 2. Maine*!. II . -.. ._ ilnsi: I SPlthter, rf 4 0 I'Cooper. c Gorman 3 in 1; Hofue 0 in 1 1-3: Lowrty. If 4 0 0 Odrtlcn If Schajffer 4 In 3: Oslt-Owiki 0 in I. D- Rice, r 4 0 2'Crou-e. Ih RER-- Kulava 3-3. Gorman 2-2 b-Glaviano 0 0 0 Oanields rf Schaeffer 2-2. HBP--Gorman M i r a n d a . ! -Johnson. 3b 4 0 0 b i t t m r r Winner -- Kretlow 12-11. Loser -- Sisler. Ib 3 0 0 Spahn. Kuzava 15-7). U--Soar. FroMe. Me-' Presko. p Gflwan and Hurley. T--2:47. ' ' I J -"Dodgers Beat Bucs In 10th Frame, 4 To 3 Brooklyn-f#i-Carl Furillo's first hit in his last IS times at bat was the payoff blow yesterday as it scored Bobby Morgan from second with the -winning run in the loth inning as the Dodgers nipped the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3. The win snapped a Brooklyn five- game losing streak. The Brooks were trailing 3-2 with one out in the ninth when Roy Campanella, back In action after an 11-dsy layoff with a broken hand, hit his 11th homer of the season to knot the count. Bob Friend, in relief of Howie, Pollet was the loser. Joe Black, making his 31st appearance of the year, was the winner. Pirliturin CrMklrit ah r h ab r h Koah'rek. 2b 4 0 l.Morian. Jb 5 1 2 Groat, s s 4 0 0 Rtese 11 4 0 1 Slr'kland. u 0 0 o'Furillo. rf 3 0 1 M'k'vich. Ib 4 0 1 Palko ll-cf B'tirome. Ib 0 0 0 C'panella r Kmer. If 3 0 0 ! Hod|«a. Ib I a-Slan»y Yuhii. p 2 0 I 1 0 0' 0 0 0 ' ab r h 4 0 0 3 1 2 i 4 1 1 4 I] 0 2 a i, 3 0 ] ' 2 0 1 ) 3 n ii, 8 0 0 34 I 7 Totals YoM ,-Jh nushv. rf ·Tcnsrn rf Wood. If Runnels .( Vrrnf.n. f l l o d ' l r l n . 21: Ora-«o. r Pornield. | To,,,, ol' r h ah r h 3 '· 1 Zsrillj. If 4 o n 4 0 0 Gold h'ry, 1 h4 I I 4 - 1 Ci!em?n. rf 4 0 i 1 I I ·y"l ln ''b " ' ' ' 4 0 IDelclni;!' rt 4 0 " .'01111!; Hj 4 0 0 Dcma'trl. i 4 0 0 a-Bearden . . !b-Porler i-Ottrolt Ti|tr strategy of walkint home i"un hitter Ous ?.ernlal intentionally (o net up force-plays at any 'bate twice haikflred yesterday a the Fhlla- delphln A's edged the tengptt 4-J. I On each Decision that Zenlal wa« passed the he*t batter. Allle Clark, dnubled in two runs. Loser Ted Gray w»i the victim "f Clark's big bat In both Intancei. Zcrnial-- who has It homeri-- was walked with men on second and . tlilrtl. Then Clark followed with J J J ; doubles to drive In all the A'l 4 o r , , ' runs. Ph!MilfMiia ab r hi JlnH. II 4 1 0 . *«rry. M r«lri. Ib 3 1 2 P«ky. "b 2 0 0 I 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 ' Totals ?B--Rice. HB--Mothewv Musial'. Dr-' i Presho, Heniua nnrl Sijler LOB-- st vsfrv rfv;s ? u"ptr "1° i Yuhss 0-n. Spahn 1-1. Wmntr Spahn for Dcm-trilrl In 7lh h-S:rurk out lor Marsh m 3!h w w h l n g t i n . 311 nn.-) ioo_5 I 8-Thomas -· Louis 10000] Oon- 2 ' K*tl. 2b K--None R B I -- n i m n f l s Vi-rnon Hoclerleui. r.nlii-lierr.v. Yo-,1 Dpljing wood 2 .in ..rjei«in« n n -- noMj- b^rry. Yost sn-- ,len»en [.:t--wain. Inmon K. S! I.ou-1 n B H - - B v r n e 5 ^ir-nd" rn S0 ;,' r ' 0 "'f''f 1 ' 1 . '"· syn* 6-B W i n n r r Por'rrlirld iR-l(ir Lo'er-- nrr.. ,11.10! IT . i) uf (... no.nmcl. Clark, rf 4 0 2 probd' Ib Itoblnion. 2b 1 0 o Groin, cf ..·ri,TM,.. | ,, ,, MllV , f, - 1 0 1 Gln*l»r«. ( Slider. 3h 4 0 0 Fed'of. ib-s A j t r o l h . r 3 0 2 b-K611owSV Fowler, p 3 0 0 Gray, p Ic-Souchdvk 37 3 12 ilh. · Bi-rry. f -- '.1.S7! Easy One For U.S. Bell, rl 4 0 0 WlllKnu, cf AMERICAN* LEAGUE BATTING--Fain, Philadelphia,. .340; Goodman. Boston, .333; Kell.i [Boston, .318; Wooding, New York,| Cara«iola e .i i i ShubiaV if Menen. 2b . 1 2 2 firldfei !b .1 o o , 4 I I 3 0 1 3 I I 0 0 0 J 0 I I , Del G'co. cf 4 0 0 Roblnion. !b 2 6 f, Poil.t p 2 8 lilrikine. p j l i rneni. p l 0 t t-tniiter i o o ·lir IOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W ,5fin .537 .son New Orleans 62 . Atlanta tl Chattanooga ..._ 58 Mobile .IS Memphis S3 Birmingham 51 Nashville 51 Little Rock 46 WntM*4lar's IU**IM Ullle Sock fl-13, Atlanta 5-11 Mobile 3, Chattanooga 0 INw Orleani 11. Hatlivlllf « Mertiphli », Birmingham I ...ft* iMd* from the len-rs of owwit. « wild flower, v.'at tht slatKlarrl home rtffifrly for colds "TMJ?v*rs in N4w tnglanrl up to ajo, .317. I RUNS--Joosl, Philadelphia. 70; Berra, New Vork, 67; Mlnoso, Chicago. 66; Rosen, Cleveland, 65. j HITS-Fox, Chicago, 131; Rob- Inson, Chicago, 122; Rosen, Cleve|land, 114; Jensen, Washington, · 113. H O M E R U N S--Berrn, Vork. 21; Doby, Cleveland. 20; jnoninson, Chlcsgo, Rosen, Clcve- llmid, Dropo, Detroit and Joo»t, 1'hHarlelphln, It. PITCHING -- Shantz, Phlladel- phis, 1S.3, .J57; Raschl, New York, 11-z, 84B; Shea. Wathlngton, 9.$, -730; Sain, New York, I-J, .7J7, Qarcla, Cllveland H-7 .W?. In the e^rly days of th« UnilM tt.tei, Its cltltens Irt belllvM to hive eaten at)out 300 pounrll of meat a year, says tht National Geographic Society. j 1 o n | Totals «-Tw6 out M .12 3 I 1 ToUU .15 t « wlnnlni run jcor. ·-Relchtd first on Mrlkovlch error lor Ersklpe In Slh. Pittsburih Mi (ion 020 o--3 Brooklyn . . 000 Ml oil 1--4 Tr-Metktpvlch, Pjiltt. Mm--Mtrsen. «efs» Koshnrik. Moron. Cimpar.n- ll. riirillo. }B--«4»e. ftettovlre Mer- 'W| »i-ts« S-Mcnon faflSoshorek Mer^ - son and MeiMvieh: frakine. Beeie and Kod«»»i Miraan Atrirkland and Bartlrnmt; #,tu K«hlnMfl and MM- kin« t. tlaek . luninai: rrnnj m 1 1.]: 1, _ .. In- ilttt I In f l- »llck 0 in 1 l-l. Itflllnt imtanalif Wi Itawart, IK I 1-J; Irsjhlnt I in an41 (ft-- rSllet 1-1 1} ]·!. ·lark 0-1. P ·/lAMr ^ BUtfk l\- ·"-T3 r 4 The yellow wildflower call*r] Butler-and-Ejw U a clo«« relative te ih* snip-druM ef culll. valed TotaU 25 4 J Totals a-Popped for Robertson in h-Popped for rederoff jn Ith Philadelphia .. '" 20o"ci20 WO--4 Ot troll . . MO 010 IWO--J E-None. HB1--Clark 4. Mullin t. droll, 2B-Cllrk i. Phllliy. Asltolh. HR--Mullin S-Phllley DP--Olniberl and Pesky- r,r«y pesky and Drotw: IVsk.v Federoff and Drojio: Left Philadelphia « flelroll «. BB-- rowltr 2 Oroy S. R ,nd ER- Towltr i and 3: i. Yogr KftchM. loth on4 Nuntry l u o o i r PA BCD WALL RIVALS rHE.ATTMCrOTNCSS tf CEMMIC Tf ttT COm f« Cheic* $*l4Ktkn of Colon . Gray 4 and 4 W i n n e r Fo r-- Cr4:- 19-111 tl-- 8l Siimm«r« and McKlnlej. l l - l Lo eV«na N«»D T-- 1:« A-- Phils Come From Behind To Wallop Redlegs, 7 To 3 PhlladelphH-(^)-The Philadal. Phia Philllci cama from behind las' night with a ilx-run eight inning to beat the Cincinnati Reds, 7-3. Willie Jones, with two homers, paced the Phil attack. Robin Roberts was the winning pitcher, aiding hU own caut* with B double In the big eighth frame. .lone, got one of hit homers in the eighth with two on. The win wli Roberts' 18th of the «»«son. ah r M B-kowiki. cf'i '« 'i; »-an. Ik ""l "i 'l Adams, in 1 1 1 Alhhurn. cf 4 I Mtnn.ii. rf 4 0 2 Wxro.n.1!. rf i I c 4 l n 4 0 l WALLPAPER Here ii a fin* .election of potterm fcr your ham* ot budget-balancing pricei! flog. 21 1 r»«ff*rn* THIS WfEK ONLY 13 Roll WrUAOlNG COIMS TH(S WEEK ONLY 44 r*atr«ri» J-MF . Stmlnick. f*'la|rltl1. M M u i i n . M l l rwaitktii'. in ... .b 3 6 1 En'n'uT"/!' Edwirtft. li 4 i I fitmner. si :k. c 4 0 0 Jones. Jb il. 2h 4 (I (I RUrWi - -n M 4 l z wtitm W'hmfler. p A I I Smith a 0 0 " | N u n h i l l . » 0 0 f | t-Ab!»rM 1 0 0 ; Tntalu iJTT Total. M 7 il i i-Pllfr] tut for NiutMll In Ith. ,,. , ' " · · ' ·"·: «"i»i".«ii «n« i.niir«n irums rtarn for * rebound in Olympic basketball rnmpftlllM In Helsinki. Th* Americans, wilh big Cly . d . e . 1 f. v ?"' l . lc ..°' Kansa* Unlv«nit.v ^ ihnlr high mm. w fin ih! 101 to Ji. It was Ihe fifth itrslBhl iwskcl'ball win tor tho Amcr- Cinplnni rnii.iii KlUt KlIMIeWaili LO ·ntipriia l »·-'. . Nusihail I. »· mtl*f 3. Rsk* m r Inmnfi : !·] R I: .--. , v . -i-m,- "fci»- \lttM ^NKJ!i I b.ru ui-.i UaHr - Milh IMI C; pnKl. OlK^n, fccflfy, WafMIK. T- SUrlfA5]_W»l[»FA51 orwrt lovtir TH/S WEEK ONLY IT · · M SUMFAST - SOMC HATtDFttT fttf. 991 r*«ft*rM C THIS wem ONLY 59: SlJNf»$t - ·UTMrMt ro M.OO A iou T O U R I E S T P A I N T IUT I S . COOK'S fvp«r Qv«llty HOUSE PAINT VAIUC COOK'S PAI U» TWIT Craft* a*! IAJT MM SOUAM PtlOMl 1M

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