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Dodgers Widen Lead With Twin-Win Orer Bucs, 7-« 4-1 Brook!yn-(/P)-Brooklvn wirt. n .rf r · f **' ^J 1 j [ " ---American Women Pace Olympics Brook!yn-(/P)-Brooklyn widened Hi National League lead to six full James today by sweeping both endi of a double-header from Pittsburgh, 7-«, in 11 innings, and 4-1, behind rookie Joe Landrum I in the teeond game. i Landrum, recalled from Fort i Fort Worth where he was a 15- ' game winner, kept eight hits well I scattered in posting his first major I league v/in. Bobby Morgan got him off on the right foot by l homering in the first to give the Bums a lead. Brooklyn needed the breaks to win the opener, taking the decision when relief pitcher Paul LaPalme tossed four straight balls to George Shuba to walk in the winning run. Trailing 6-0 in the second inning the Bums rallied to tie the ·core in the ninth with a three- run rally. Rocky Bridges opened the llth with a single, advanced to second on a sacrifice and to third on a passed ball. The Pirates then walked Andy Pafko and Roy Campanella to fill the bases and LaPalme then walked home the tie-breaker. FIRST OAMt PIHakinh *reokly ab r h! Kosh'reck. 3b 6 0 ITurillo. rf Groat, aa S O 1 Morgan. ,1b The Docker's Arm Bock In Shape u.ui. M 3 u i morgan M'f'vich. 1h 3 0 I'Bridfea B'tirome. Ib ' ·ib Kiner/'Yf Btll. rf Merron, 2b M'O'louf h. c Friend, p lishcr. p e-GaracioIa La Pal mi 1 0 0 Reese, 5 1 2'Robinsoi.. 2! 4 1 r Pafko. 3b-r! 4 1 1'C'panell.-] 3 1 rshuba. !f n'ford. n o o o Kinf p 0 0 0 a-N'elson p 0 0 0 Schmitz. p b-Holmra ILoej. n C-COK d-Labine I E I a : i . n ab r h .1 0 ff I 0 0 J 2 1 1 I I 6 0 2 I 0 I S 1 2 ·1 2 ,1 3 0 1 X 1 2 0 0 ,, l) 0 0 . 0 1 " 1 i o n r 'i ,i r n o 1 (i 0 :»sT*4 ISPORTS Dive Chomp lt|S M AH-Stan Tt Divers Rank 1-2-3 After Prefiminary Platform Events I XOBTHWBT AMCANSAI TIMIS, fayMMvflli. Arko , ''l*y, Au|iM» 1, t»SJ Helsinki-OPi-A trio of curvaceous California girls and an 18- year-old Hawaiian miss played the trading roles in the Olympic games today. Mrs. Patricia McCnrmlck of Lc.ng Beach, Calif., winner of the springboard diving title two days a*?o: Paula Jean Myers, a 17-year- old from Covina, Calif., a n d ' M r s . Juno Stover Irwln of Los Anseles. | placed 1-2-3 after four q u a l i f y i n g j n j * «t major golf til;, today armed fairway, Trojan- H.nrv divrs in the women's platform I c ? a Pf-"unchmg array of pros William!, 1950 nation.! PGA run · " the paired right arm of Doak ,-; w ,,. -'" "-···· i«"i cAiuimiM me repairea ngm arm of Doak J Walker as the professional Detroit Lions opened their 1952 training 0 ; sess.un at Ypsilanti, Mich. Walker suffered a v " o s o ; sess.un at Ypsilanti, Mich. Walker suffered a severe cut on the TM six veeks ago when it went through the window of a car he was nushn: 2 at the ^National Golf Tournament in Dallas, his hometown. TotalB 41 6 10'Toiils a-Flied out for Kinf in 'na b-Flied out for Schmitz in 7th. c-Walked for Loei In Mi. d-Ran for Cox in 9th e-Intentlonally pawed for Fisher In lO'n. f-Two out when winning mn icored. Pittsburgh 05000001000--1! Brooklyn 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 -- 7 E--Campanella. Robhison. Palko Koshorek. RBI- McCullough. Hosu' Z. KOBhorek 2. Reeje. Snider. Hodiei Robinson, Pifko Sbuba. HR-- Hodiea S--Croat McCulloufh. Snider Reise' DP-- Pafko and Hodies: Great. Mer- aon and Metkovlcb: Koahorek. Mtr- ind Metkoyice: Pobinson. Reese and Mayer's 65 Tops Field As Rich Tarn O'Shanter Tourney Opens A,m h '. c ? go l M) " DIlA Ma £"' '°TMer|Mlddl«colf. 1952's leadini i Army tank sergeant who is seek- winner; Ed Fur.ol the ng his first major golf til;, today armed fairways Trojan led a nar-crunoh n» at-rav ftf .,,.,,.! uiiiu .--J * *'uj«". won her semi-final heat in the women's 400 meter freestyle swim to lead two of the three Americans jn'.o the finals. Except for these two women's events, things were rather quiet as the Olympic stage was set for tomorrow's big windup program. And, for once, there weren't any - . , pro of three seasons, burg, f _ ^ w : shot a ^even-under par opening I 6T), to take a one-stroke lead over national ' Turnesa. Turncsa . O l y m i c women «nd he is expected to be a starter for'Detroit. (AP wirepnoto) who broke the s_ 400 meter swim Highly-Touted Red Heavyweight Comes Up With Glass Chin In Olympic Boxing v r e : o n s o n . Reeje and ..... "· """' L Hodf«: Groat. Merson and Barli- 1 t o u r n a m e n t ' ~ ~ ' Helsinki-Wj-The jaw of Russia's · fabulous heavyweight was made' of China instead of pig iron so America's big Ed Sanders meeti an angular South African carpenter tonight in the feature semifinal bout of the Olympic boxing PGA Champion Jim ---.-- in turn, had four 67 shooters on his heels after yesterday's opsnina drive over Tarn O' Shanter's gay acres which produced 4.5 scores under par 72. You could take your pick among as to who i be winging ahead took the semi-final in the o'rdln- ! price of $3,4.20 ends Sunday, ary time of 5:21.3, beating Hun- I Knotted at 67, two strokes be- gary's Eva Novak. Valeria Gyenge h j nd M "5'* r ' who whipped in eight of Hungary took the other semi- | £L rd ! M ^'f^'v werf T «? final in 5:16.9. | TM hod es, hunting the first top. a N»tro; Bob lesser light; and ,. £.' ·'," « « m Isaacs, in nis first Tarn try. Ten players were bunched nt 61), among them the year's second top money-winner Jack Burke, a n d 1 K«y blade Jimmy Djmaret A whopping group of 20 players! wore under 711. and anyone of! them could walk off with the b i n 1 money. , , -. In the concurrent All-American! ' amateur, Frank Stranahan of To-1 L'_ : ledo, Ohio, who nearly has a ' monopoly on the title, was a two- Uavld "Skip" Browning of Dallas stroke 1-ader with two-under-par j Tex., arches grcccluliy' through Str-nahan, seeking h, s f m h ' fi^SV^pTnS The Fayettevlll* Boyf Club Midget League All-star torn will travel ta Clarkjville tomer- : row for a game with th« junior · baseball team of th« ClarksvUl* : Boys Club The game Is aehedulM j for Saturday evening. . . i The Fayetttvilla All-Star team ! has lost only one gam* ilnea lu i selection and faaturti a strong pitching staff composed of Dorjey Jonei, Georga Alexander, George Lewis. John Steele and Johnny Mahan. plus · robust batting attack. Th» t«m has won nmet from Van Buren, Fort Smith and Prairie Grove. TO THE VOTERS Travelers Win . erson an arli- U 2 ' k° B ~ pitt!h urgh 1 Brooklyn ' -?r H ,° tue '· Fri " d -· L » P' 1 "" ii R i t ? er j£ ri1 '· K i n E ' Schmitz 3. BUck 1. SO- Hofu- 4. Rutherford 1 Echrmtz l. Loes 1. HO- Hoiue } In « innmp (faced one man In 9thi: Friend I in 1-3: Fiaher 0 In 2-3; La Palme 2 in 12-3: Rutherford 4 in 1 (faced aix ..... ~ ---- ·"· men in 2nd!: Kinj i in i; Schmiu 3 Feverish Olympic ring f a n s had °"'' n 2 2-2. Sanders, 220-pound Negro giant from Los Angeles, led a contingent! of five Americans into the next-to-i last round last night by chilling Giacomo DlsCngni of Italy in the third round. ' the sleep-dealing Ameri r '.i .· i TM oi-'i r v j comparable Sammy Snead and for the final. The eight fastest : Johnny Palmer, recent Canadian times qi'aii'.'-d. Doliana Meuelcn- I Open winner. kamp of Mill Val'ev. OHf.. v^o·( There w?re four «ft " was made a U.S. citizen by a spe- i eluding defending cha; cial act of Coneress just i:i lime ' ~--~~--' === " to compete in the Olympics, was JtralgH title, was chased by John Guenther, Jr. Reading, Pa.; Rich- sprlr.jboard diving chsmplonshinji at Ual.I»l.[ T*l- i f r, . . '.. I ' -"·-·· ·· ^j*tia, rrmy, |^*CCU U 1 Betty Jamtinn, charfnlnf 'San Antonio, Texas., pro. Bctty'i three- under-par 73 gave her a two N. .'., finished second and third i respectively. ' "- · »'·"·; j-i. nuinenora h-3 Kinf 0-0. Sc.hmitz 0-0. Lots 0-0. Black M HBP -- HOfue (Furillo). PB--Mecoul- wmner-- Black (6-2). Loser- Stewart. La Palme"Vf-II. U-Conian Ciiglielmo. Core T- 3-11. itCOND GAMt Plitsburih orjo ooi ooo-i » t H 0 t? y ? - no 1M "*"* · ° «!..- Maln I: ,Lpl n SS,,^ 1 ' Cmf "'-' °' Soviet, Aljgirdas Shocikas. But Shocikas, a 25-year-old southpaw with a soporific punch, Boys Club IWeeklyCard 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. B y The AaaocUte* Prew Syracuse, N. -Y.-Joey DeJohn, 183, Scyracuse, knocked out Henry "Kid" Lee, 160, Springfield, MflSS., 3. Austin, Texas -- Bert Linam, 150, Austin, knocked out Memo Moreno, 152, Mexico City 2 c , was knocked out by South Africa's Alfred Nieman, in the major shocker of the tournament. A lean lefthander with the kick of a mul«, Nieman leveled the mighty. 230-pound Russian with a l ---- '-- . left to the chin round. Some 7.000 fans Messuhalle went wild. From Crackers By The Associated press vng comp;ti- _ . rm'ck s n r c d ' 5 1 . - j / V # / l four dives, put- ,,'£*// : 1 gun went off and cnmc in sixth. In the platform diving compMi t'on. Mr.-. McCorm' ' 25 points for the ,,_. ,,,,,_ tins her far abecd of Miss Myers, ·'·it') 44.22 and Mrs. Invin with 43.60. Two Russian girls were among the fivst eight. The early doir's had no effect on t^e unofficial bi't torrid duel No. 19 As A's Twice, ingham and Nashville apparently haven't class AA teams -- Little Rock is too far down for pennant I Delroit-l/Pi-Littlf Bobby Shanlz, leading candidate for the American Leasuc's most valuable player award, looks like baseball's "Man of the Year." With a d.-izr.llng 19-J record, the little lefty is a sure thing to become (ho majors' first 20-Eamc Indians Slug Red Sox, 8-2 contention. That's everybody in the South- the~' ooenhH crn Association this August 1 cx- in America's other survivors were light heavyweight Non-el L?e 25 of Washington. D. C.; middleweight Floyd Patterson of Brooklyn, N. Y.; lUht-welterweight Charles Adkins. 20, of Gary, Ind., and flyweight Nate Brooks, 18 of Cleveland. the 1 cen ' Memphis. And- Memphis, I along with New Orleans, is putting on the best show to watch. Less than five weeks ago Lu!;e Appling's Memphis Chicks wore knee deep in the cellar and look- in? ;ike a Class B team rl a Cl,i-s AA league. Today, Memphis is in I fifth, winning steadily and pois- "·liics for the top place in over- '"t'e lefty is a sure thing to be- Cleveland-Wi A ilx mn all point scoring--a matter n o t ! ^m" ^c majors' first 20- E amc in the eighth Innlnt nl.hli.M^ reco S ni«d by Olympic officials. ! winner in '52. Barrlns a slump h, by Jo. Tlnton'Y two'-rur, homer It wcs Russia by 523V, to '.K should become the first to win 25 | gave the Cleveland Indians in a. [Ws morning with no events that , '«· 'he Philadelphia A's since Lcf-1 2 victory over the Boston Red Khantz' J D l h was a four-hitler ... .,.- .,_.. count for medals--and points scheduled until afternoon. Russia's water oolo team beat Spain, 4-3, in a losers-half final round game. The U. S. has "Unli- "rd 'or the tour-man f i n a l bracket. v sent three fencers into the final round of the individual · -vc fencing competition. .lose d» Caoriles of New York, the last i n |n 2 'J """" ""' '" 5lhp -'*' cD °«TMo'l and ER-- tirlckner :-l nelork n |.|" M r . Dertnoll 3.3. Scarborough 3.3 vtr - Brlekner. ^PB- Wllber W l n n r r -- and Crlevr"*T-)V4. "-"nltM. R ° b U.S. Divis (up Team Fices Cuba In Second Round Havana - I/ft . The U. S. enters the nwond round of the North American zone e'imlii.-tioi.' foi the Davis Cup Friday the heavy favorite against Cuba. So confident Is Capt. Gardnar Wulloy that he is sending- two of his youn-jcst operatives into action two in outpitching young Billy Hu'cft. The A's also took the second game, 3-2, with three in the ninth off Virgil Trucks. Homers | TyberrVr't 1 S ivSJiSji [·HI T l - l l n b i . nn rt l l f . i t t ri _,._,, T.\-mr* II i ' n'7,. , .V *'. Patterson and Le- also scored Jed to move into the first division j American, was eliminated jifter knockouts. In the semi-finals Brooks meets just as soon as Mobile, Chatla- I winning two semi-final bouts, nooga or possibly A t l a n t a falter. CL^orSd^nL^ .uSSrt^f r -r r i f d champion Vic Towecl- Adklnsl · g Birmingham last takes on Italy's Bruno' Visintin I "'*"*· 8-3 ' and tor a fhancre Mem- Suorf»n-. c.i»:Phis d i d n t use the Ions ball 16 . by Trucks and Walt Dropo pro- vlded the only Tiger runs off winner Alex Kellncr. FIK3T a*MI FhiMttphK Dtr«it Ib r h winning pitcher. ·HIM ab r h .1. r n .. 2b 4 0 0 McCuaky. If i \ i Patterson faces Sweden's Stigi Siohn, and Lee opposes Finland's Harry Siljander. win. Brilliant base running ,,.. Don Nicholas and the ability to Giants, 11-8 Russia sent six of her fighters turn Birmingham's inept play to Joost, .11 f a i n . I b Philley. cf Zermal. If Vain. If Clark, rf Kell. !b nRobcrtaon Thomaa. rf into the semi-finals. Dutch early settlers in what is now the United States called the Delaware the South River to distinguish it rom the Hudson which they called the North River nnd the- lower reaches of the Hudson are still called the North River. i an advanta^'^ won for Memphis Rain IJ'nl v-v.- O'.lcans » Nashville, but even during rest New Orleans increased league lead over second place At! to one. New York - (/P) - The Chicago , wlro . n Cubs hammered across nine rurs : 5hantz. a:..-; · in the seventh inning yesterday to I P the j defeat ! l ;e New York Giants.'ll- t-i win the series three games 3 0 0 Groth. r f .1 1 1'Peaky. :b 4 I l H a l f i e i d 2b 3 0 0 Drcpo, I b 0 0 o'Souchock. rf 4 0 2 Lenhardl. If 4 0 TFefleroff. ii o n o f i w l f l . c 0 0 O'Battr. c 2 0 0 Hoeft. p 4 9 0 h-Kol'oway 4 0 0 Stuart, p all r h 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 0 1 4 I 2 0 0 0 s o n 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 II 1 0 I 0 0 0 » 1 4 If 3 'r 0 Fridley If 4 0 I ' A v l l a . ib Brlekner. p l o f^ijjn "j'b jfeV P I 8 SIS^ib 1 " lorouth. p o o O'Clynn.' I b Bernard BarUen, an Army sergeant of fort Sill, Oklp.. will m.-et . . . Cuba's No. 2 p!:yer, Orlando Gar! o o , r.'do, while naljon.ii l-'t«rcolle;la!e IJ». YOUR VOTE TO RE-NOMINATE RALPH TAYLOR AS YOUR TAX COLLECTOR WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED "There »s No Subsfifute for Exptr/*iie«" DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY AUGUST 12, 1J5J £ojitica_^ad paid for by Ralph Taylor. Fayettevilli VOTE FOR JACKSON G. BYRD FOR CIRCUIT CLERK AUGUST 12th I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND WILL DEVOTE MY ENTIRE TIME TO THE DUTIES OF THIS OFFICE AS I HAVE NO OTHER AFFILIATIONS. YOUR VOTE WILL BE FOR A FULL TIME AND EFFICIENT ADMINISTRATION OF THIS OFFICE. Vtttwn World Wor II and Korton Wor JACKSON G. BYRD Pol. Adv. Paid for by Jackson C. Byrd lanta. For the second time this i Fifteen Cubs went to bat in the summer Atlanta has gone into a ( big inning, collecting eight hits and getting assistance through two walks and three Giant errors Rookie catcher Harry Chitl hit a three-run homer mid-way in the rally. slump -- possibly a ssrious nne · he Crackers lost their third straight to last place Little Hock 11-5. Raschi Tames Chisox, 6-2 Chicago-(*)-New York's .Vic Raschi got back on the winning cago White Sox to six hits as his mates collected 12, to triumph 62. The Yanks bounced starter Saul Rogovin out of the game with three runs in the fourth and breezed in from there. Mew Tari efckai. ab r h' ab L Rizzuto. ta 4 0 1 Fox. ;b Colllni, Ib 2 1 0 R,;ver». c f Noren. r f 4 0 0 .Ainfeo. I f E t n a , c 5 0 1'ftobinion Mantle, c r 5 1 2 Mele rl M'D'ald. 3b 4 2 3 Sodrig'z Woodllnx. If 5 1 3 Lollar c Martin, kb S i 2 Broiin Raschi. p 2 0 0 M i r a n d a 3J 2 7 Tota'i o-Rsn for r'urlc in 8lh b-auiiliu for Hoeft In llh. Phlladclphta 000 03? DOT--2 Detroit . ... 000 010 MO--1 t-- .latrorh. .looit. Federotf. RBI-- KKeM i. 2B-- Philley. Sducnock 2. SB --Kelt. S-- Suder, Lenhardt. DP--Joopl and Fnln: Hoefl. Peaky and Dropn L OB--Philadelphia 5, Detr6lt 4 BB-- Shentz 2. H»e{t 3. Sunn l. SO-- Shantt 7. Hottt I. HO-- Hoctt 7 in 'I Innlnia: Stuarl 0 In 1. R and ER-- 6h(Hlt 1-0. «o«fl 2-1) Winner-- sh-n'« nl-li. Uuer-- Hcift 12-4'. tt--Naop. Sum- Th» iint-iain,. . . .u /^ L I l-oaer-- l?-«ft {2*4 l . tl--Napp. Sum. The uprising gave the Cubs an I mera. McKlnley «nH S'.evena T-l:« 11-1 lead, hut they had some tall ; A--15,000 io.'-n--'M) ' a t n ' 1 1 0 t o " eoMD "" LL ·" " « « » i i . ,, ~ , _ . j ..... 2«rnerl. i b 2 i o'Bonn, 4 1 2 Tip-on. 4 0 1 Lemon. 30 2 7 lr.1,1, lut lor McCoikv I e . Wllber, c IJpon. aa ToKla a-L!ntd Coaton Clevelanil . I--None. RBI Doby Tlt:on 2, Rosen. Slmr , n 2 i '.'hamnion Hugh Stowirt of- » i t i Ai.gelc.i, goes against C u h i n 3 0 2 1 cn! ""i''lon, 13r. Juan Weiss. 4 o 2 1 Mulloy hasn't decided t h e 1 ° » makeup of the ilnuLles team yet, but he'll probably play hlmtclf with either Bartzen or Stewart i l o 3 l l 3 i i U I 12 lilh ooo 200 boo--i loe 010 tar.--t t. Wllber !. on. 2B-- Mc- ·Wlllier. Tlplon. SB-- McCuiky S 11. Lemon. Goodman. DP--Cood- Llpon and Oernert: Avlla. koone ?"*"'; Wllber. Llpon and Keif ', Avila and Kaatar; r.OB-- Bca- ^ Cleveland in B»-- Brlckntr 3. against Dr. Weiss and tlther Pep, Agucro or Relnaldo Garrido, Orla"-'i'.- I'rothcr. The doubles nre slated for Sat- urtay in the bc.rt - of-fivc series. The final tv-o singles matches will be plnycd Sunday, but by that time Mulloy hopes ht will have the decision wrapped up. · Thanki Wasblnftan Ceunrf (w luppirl la mr ceuntr t»dj«. Mr tMllitf of and aiatUud* It tbnmti Ml T Iht iMllat I kan tat my They hart a i ·f rwr enfMwc, and I'm ton Iktr *U TIM Many To4ln« want i timi), __«l (« au *M» ·»«rt ·( a »a|crilT kf ttf nt* th« IHM^I* wlu tav I my *frwMh to MB Mn OH itttf mr 4W1M* aW wlU iMnttot* TMt I Mrw «T IM tm lt» IHfHd, Will C4MHXH tkoit np . a«rt l.r *a to M ·nnrk*iai M Ftaally, Hunk! to aa r rtea*a tor rw teU, II l-m *tocM IU ·tow a BILL BUSH C*mdlcM« hr C4Minty Jw*Jt* PoUtical ad paid for by BUI Buib Detroit DOT noi Batteries: K e l l n f r (WP). Truclu iLPl. Battj) If.'l--- r l Murray: Ib 3b Ocntt ac -Hogovin I) Kennedy p · -Stewart Ib-Johnjon c I c - W n t h t - n . . l i o l 4 n i ' 4 i i ; 4 0 I 4 0 ! ' · 4 0 2 2 0 0 n II II I II 'I 1 0 II. I n o ' 1 0 0 ' 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 lead. The Giants scored thee runs [ "} the seventh and added four in the eighth before Dutch Leonard relieved starter Paul Minner to : save the victory. Leonard retired ·' Rookie outfielder Dusty Rhodes i hit a grand-slam homer for the , Giants in the eighth. Minner was I the winner, although touched lor : 11 hits. Dave Koslo took the loss i e»reai« b ^ H ew y.r» J Brown, ib 5 1 2 wiiiiami 2h° i n i : Boston-OPi-The St. Louis Car- Jeficoai. cf 6 i 4 Dark, as 5 o i dinals jumped on Vern Bickford Cardie's Regain Form; Rip Braves Behind Hizell, 8-3 -- rf S I 0 -'.oskmsn Snucr. If 2 2 1 Thomson H'manski. If 0 0 O'Tho'pjon Serena. 1'b .s o · I r v i n cf' Jackson. .Ib 5 1 2 Elliot! r f Chili, c i l l Rhoclo. If nn'ley. n 4 2 1 Vvp.ri , . M i n n e r . p 4 1 2 W e r r u m uc )n..rd. p 1 0 0 Koslo p 'Vllhelm. p ' C - n n - d y . t ' a - R l t n c y !n-W!!a'on P Jan/en. p I b s i i 3h s 1 : cf 2 0 1 -' l : 4 2 2 4 1 1 I (I 0 1 1 1 Tolala 3 6 6 12 Totals .13 2 6 Totals 43 11 15 Tola! ·.-Grounded ou: for Miranda In 6th. J"i' n " le ^ i or K -nncd, .,, , I n · · · -· b-Grounded out fnr Cres« in S:h. Chicago . . . . ion not 9W-1I /ar - ou or randa In b-Tlied out for Kennedy in 7th c-Grounded out for Brown In 9lh New York . . . . 001 303 101-6 Chlcaio . 101 DUO ooj--2 R8I i x , . E-- Rhode;. Wealrum. V Stuer. Lockman. Serena - - Chin .tcaao . - 1 .--Kennedy. Rlrzulo. Johnson rtoi'T'.V" "'·-«·-·-··. ^ --Berra. Mele Waodllnc ^ Marlln · ''"'"aV B - u r n h n l ' j .. P.lnmn 28--Woodllnu McDoina d '/ n!Vi w '"'ami. Dark Hhodei 4 -n ' Rodruuai SB- n:vcra.' Mantle SH-: ' ul £.,,?r rc S'- -'""".11 HR-lyicit.' Raschi 2 DP- p l z z u t o . M a r l l n a n d ' jldion s- Rhnd " SB-BiumliMii. a d Brown LOB- chlraiin'in"'£'«"·' York s. BB-Mlnner a. KO-.IO 2 WIN ne.m 1. K?nnedy 1. Creirc 1 KO -- « tlJIfiT ?· ! :" ""'^ '· Janien 2. Koilo i f, w u n e i m l. K e n n e d y 1. (.regii l Ho ! i T h i t t " " '" ' '""'"" ;"".'"; out I n ' WMlielm 1 in -" kenned'" O'eij l m - - Collins: Fox: Rebinaon"' LOB- New V o r k . 1 1 . Cnicaft, 7. B3- n«ovln J Baschl 2. K-nnldy 1. Brr,u- n j SO- Ra.-chl 5. Kennedy 1. Bro«n 1 R and tR-- Roipvln 4-1. r t a f t h i :-· Kennedy l-l. Brown l-n MO--Rocn. vin :. In 31.3; K e n n e d y 4 In 1'-3 Brown 2 , I n J. WP-- Ra-chi HBP -- llarM (Loll.r). winner RMch! ,12-2, l..oier. - RO|ovln i»-Si f-- froeie T--2.41. A-- for six runs in the f i f t h f r a m e yesterday to regain their winning form with an 8-3 win over the Boston Braves. T h e f i f t h i n n i n g uprising i o o snapped a 1-1 tit that existed be- o o n tween Vinegar Bend Mlzell and f f J. Bickford. Mizcll went the route o o o in posting his sixth win. He al' " j: lowed 13 hits while St. Louis was collecting only 11. But the Braves s » i t . failed to get the timely hits and left 13 men stranded. ·I La.li ajMten ,, ab r h ab r h Hemui ai 3 2 0 Jethroe cf - - · .1 ndienat 2b S 2 2 Locan aa M m l a l rf s 0 2 M a t h e w i 3t S 1 2 Cooper, r .'. 0 2 Gordon. If 4 1 2 Crow.. IB .1 I n. Thorpe, rf I I D i K m r r . ."b .1 0 0 H l r k f o r d . p i C h i p m a n . p Judge Francis Cherry Thanks You for Your Vote 4n -» RBI-- Sla'lhler rf H Sire II Johnson -Ih Siller ih M.zel 'p . i e r - - Rotovln *'*"' ''""'"· , BOWL TOR HEALTH Benton Bowljnt Lann-- \d i 2 in 1-3 ----".; "· ·- ·"ui-cn i in 1 R a n d 5-J5lHT"M-J*TM"* . n -». KO.IO - 1 teller, p i ')-8urru I Co!e, p 4 I T : .1 0 0 | 5 0 0 S 0 2 ! S I ! S O t l 4 0 3 1 2 0 0 ' fl 0 0 t o o 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SH MM HAL1 AT OAKAtM l»a«a Sack Brnwni, II).] St. Louls.(#)-The Wathlngton Senators remained five «nd a half «ames h»hlnd the .'cw York Yankees by f l a t t e n i n g ih e st I Louis nrowns. IO-S, list nlfht. The Senator! scored five Mr Totala 3J I 11 To'.sl; 3» 3 13 a-Grounded Inlo double play lor Chipman In c.h b.Slntled for Jciltr In «'h J' I-ouU 100 out ooi--ll 1* .1 .1 ' "'I "I Ml--1 "-- Mathewr Lofan. R»l-- Mualll f taelmnn. Hemui, A l t u r h t t r 2 H -'». J«Hn«in Jethroe. TOtlmfr. bar. .£- V^r-^onilrT Sch,enrtlenat and ilal.r LO»- It LOUJI Barton n Bi-- tlekfnrd 2 haple»s Browns mail, could retire a ' fl «i a-im u_ mriirk. ·111. »allanf«nl ' Your vote shows that the good people of Arkansas want decency and honesty in our state government. To achieve this you must continue your support and vote August 12. Hoi. Anv. Fald hr by Washington Co. Comm. for Chtny, ten

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