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Giants Gain On Dodgers As Rhodes Supplies Bat Power By The Associated Frew ' Rookie Jim (Dusty) Rhodes looks like the man the New York Giants have been waiting for since Willie Mays marched off to the Arroy. With seven home runs in 10 games at the Polo Grounds, the Nashville grad gives manager Leo Durocher needed strength in the outfield to h«lp the club's latest drive on the league-leading Brooklyn Dodgers. Monte Irvin, makmg his first appearance in the starting lineup since he broke his right ankle in a spring exhibition, drove home the first run in a four-run explosion against Pittsburgh's Harry Fisher in the first inning Friday night. .'hodes smashed a three-run ho:-i»r and the Gisr.ts were off and running, en route to a 7-3 victory. The Giants, who have missed many chances to gain on Brooklyn during the past week, picked up a full game when the Dodgers lost to Chicago, 6-1. New York now trails by five games. St. Louis slugged a parade of Philadelphia pitchers for H hits and a 10-5 derision to end the Phils' six-game win string. Four Osment Captures State Open Title In Playoff With Isom Little Rock-WPj-A Jonesboro in-* surance executive who plays rr.sl golf for fun today held Arkansas'i biggest links prize--the Arkansas' Open Tournament championship.! Barney Osment, who never bo- fore had won a major state tourney, shot a 67 over the par 71 Little Rock Country Club course yesterday to tie Pro Charlie Ison in the regulation 36 holes of play. Then the 37-year-old amateur ousted. Isom, the favorite and early leader in a nine-hole playof', 40-41. Amateur Osment posted a mediocre 75 in Thursday's first round and appeared doomed to elimination. Isom's par 71 on the first 18 holes hid given him a one- stroke lead over the field. ISPQRTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay»Htvillt, Atkamm. Saturday, Auguit 1, 1952 Paige And Sisler Star As Browns, Cards Win Tiits By Tht Auocatad Pre» Once upon a time Dick Sitlcr was the toast of the Philadelphia Phillies. Today he's just a hang over headache, splitting things wide open. It was Sisler who homered T h e , . ,,,,,, Phils into the 1950 World Series, j the sage of Groenwond. Miss., who I B j l)es aiirl Snead Forges | YMke « Into Lead At Tam Tourney Infield Chicago - iVPi - *'Sam Snead is like a rare horse in a iield nf plough horse?," said Burk While, but Osment «hot an almost u n - j o f f their winning streak at six a s 2 7 years. oelievable four under par 67 and the St. Louis Cardinals slammenl ,,,. . Sn _, rt ,. t h _ , r . at ,,,t had he not rn.ssed , short putt! 14 hits, seven for extra bases, '"! pIa ^ P ' inl X ^d'' ife c°",inu- St. Louis-l/P)-In an effort to strengthen their reserves, the slumping New York Yankees switched infielders today with their Kansas City a f f i l i a t e of the i American Association. A n d y Carfy. a third baseman and short! stop, was purchase"! from the 1 baseman Ksl obtained from was Americans Gain On feds In Team Standings Tilt AlMtllt**' NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn *4 30 New York J9 35 Pi. Louis 51 Piiiindelphla ..... .12 Chicago Helsinki - l;1'i - Chile captured* fifth pllce In the Olympic basketball tournament today and Hol-| land took f i f t h and Belgium sixth · in water polo. i Those were the most sUnificjnt ! developments of a light morning of competition t h a t served merely to clear the way lor the big doings this afternoon in the last day of major competitions In the 13th Olympic gimes. 'Boston 41 The scrappy Chilean baskctlwll j Cincinnati 40 team upset Brazil 58 to 49, re-1 Pittsburgh SB versing the decision of their c n r - ; Friday's Rfiulu ll*r meeting. Tht United States and Russia meet in the title scrsp \ this afternoon. I In wster polo, Holland overwhelmed Spain 7-1 and Belgium splashed to an unexpected .'{-:} tio in a pair of games for teams in i the losers bracket. How They Stand fcnlOfl AII'StlTJ Down Washington County Team Pel. I New York 7. Pittsburgh 3, night Chlrfgn (1, Brooklyn I. night. C i n c i n n a t i 2. Boston 0. n i g h t . St. Louii 10, P h i l a d e l p h i a 5. night. r-w York The top four teams get into ac- .Cleveland tion this afternoon with Hungary j ft(j S i nn expected to finish on top and the : Washington United States possibly third but Philadelphia more likely fourth. I Chicago Moving into the last day. with 5,. Louis tour swimming and diving titles! Detroit and seven boxing champlonihlps'' frldty'; Result* AMERICAN LEAGUE W L . . .19 42 .. 57 44 ... 54 44 . . 5 4 4 6 .- 4S 47 52 42 35 j Segrist, who was Kansas City two weeks ago, i lo ** "^ided along with titles i n ! Louis 2 L N f w York 1, night .62* .580 .525 ..MS, .423. The Benton County All-Starj .400' drftated the Washington County .272' All-Start 5 to 4 In a bmball ««ne ! played Thursday night at Gentry hffore a sell-out crowd. R. Sullivan of Gentry wa« the Imding hitter with two single* out of four times at bat. ft Moore of Bentonville .held the Washington County te»m to four hits, while hli teammate» collected eight hits off Buchanan ,of Prairie Grove. Dunlap and Phillips, both of Fayetteville, caught for the Washington County group, whil» McGehee of Siloam Springs *nd Kirhy o( Gentry handled the assignment behind the plat* for the Bentnn Countyltw. For Benlnn County it will eight Mt». five runs and three errors, Prt. .SB4 .554 .SSI .040 .SOS .408 .347 = , several te»m sports, Russia held j Cleveland B, Phlladefphia »', night! anrl for Washington County lour on the last hole, he would have posted a record 66 lor amateurs. Isom, the assistant pro at River^ale Country Club in Little Rock, , » runs in a ninth-innins spurt that I already was in the gallery t«nt ......... - - · induced triples by Stan Musial «nd Solly Hemus and a two-run homer by Enos Slaughter nailed down the win. Max Surkont threw two wild pitches to batter Andy Seminick in the ninth to give Cincinnati the first run against Boston. Eddie Pellagrini's single scored the second to make it 2-0 for the Reds' Kenny Raffensberger. Old Satchel Paige helped the St. Louis Browns tighten the American League race by dumning the front-running New York Yankees, 2-1. Clint Courtney, ex-Yank farm-hand, drove in both runs ·with a homer and single as Allie Reynolds was knocked out. Paige came on in the seventh. The Yank loss and Cleveland's fi-5 triumph over Philadelphia on Larry Doby's 10th inning home run reduced New York's American League lead to two games. Mel Parnell, blazing hot since he rejoined the Boston Red Sox efter his recovery irom bursitis, set down Detroit with eight hits. 3-1. Boston pulled within 3'4 games of the Yanks and fourth place Washington was only 414 back after the Senators 3-1 victory over Chicago. when Osment took a par five on the last hole to gain a tie jl 142 for the 36 holes. In the playoff, Osment ti ailed ice the opener in their four-game uadly for the first seven holes an~. then gained four strokes on the last two holes to nudge out his faltering rival. Bob Zander, Fayetteville Country Club profefsional, tied with two others for llth place, one shy of a cash payoff. Zander had rounds of 78-75 for a 153 total. Ray Barnes,, Fayetteville amateur, carded a second round 70 t n | go with his opening 80 for d 155' total and a tie for 32nd place i:: the open. 10-5 triumph. Sirler, who also singled, knocked homer since becoming doubled his returned to that club. Kal had gotten only one hit in 24 at bats for ed as head of the court in Tam O'- | an .042 average. teventh' Shanter's locker rooms. "That is| Manager Casey Stengel intends C a r d ' " O t saying he's the best g o l f e r -- ; t n ure Carey, a $65.000 bonus «nd| with a man on in the eignth tc.lthere's a difference--because may- I p i ayer , t third base and move Gil lead. That be Ben Hogan not entered at Tam | McDougald from that position to second base, as a replacement for give St. Louts a 6-5 S 2l,^ e « eards , U "S" way an/1 th;y holds t h a t hnnnr - i- ·- - ?A d S ''" "'"^^.".'"t'^'JS "But nobody has as sweet a 1 Billy Martin. The Utter is hobbled series with the Phili in _ : for third place. j Eddie Yuhas helped defend tha; i position nicely, allowing just one hit in five and one-third innings of relief behind starter Jim Clark and Cloyd Boyer The Card.', meanwhile ,gave him their b'»i punch as Solly Hemus and Stan Musial tripled and tnts Slaughter whammed hcmfe run No. 8. "cattle' swln * as Snad -" Proving the praise, Snead fired remarkable 65 yesterday, seven under par despit? 32 putts, to leap in front by five strokes at the 36- hole juncture of the $30,000 All- American Tcjrnament. He tacked his 65 on 1o an opening 67 for a 132 total to keep up a pace that could shatter the record j by a swollen right knee. Carey begun the season with the Yanks a 24 H point lead in over-all team scoring. But it was doubtful thai the Russians could hold off the ' (asl-climbins United States team in this unofficial but highly in- terestini competition. The Americans chopped 34 points off the Russian advantage yesterday. All of the American points yrs- terrlay came in swimming and div- but was sent to Kansas City because he couldn't hit curve balls. Fights Last Niqht By The Anoclited Pren San Antonio, Texas--Al Juergens, 135, San Antonio, outpointed U.S. Boxers In Strong Bid For Olympic Honors Helsinki - (^Pi-Five high-spirited Americans boxer* gun for Olympic championships tonight in .the greatest show of United States ' ring might in the history of the . games. The fire-eating determination of the U. S. survivors was sounded by Kate Brooks, a stringy 112- pounder from Cleveland. "I'm going to win a gold medal," the 18-year-old flyweight said. "If I lose they'll have to carry me out on a stretcher." It was young Brooks who started America's unbroken string of [ a ball game for Nashville with big Pebs One Of Best Last Place Clubs In league History By The Associated Preti Strictly speaking Little Rock is the cellar team in the Southern Association but the Travelers at this stage of 1952 have about the j best locking eighth place club the i AlUCriCOnS UGTGOt Reds For Olympic Title, Andy Hansen, one of five Phil I Tam O'Shanter 72-hole t o u r n a - _ pitchers and SUler'r victim, was i ment score of 269--19 under regu-1 Santiago Gonzalez, the loser, while Yuhas picked up Nation -- set by Byron Nelson in Ncgras. Mexico, 10. his eighth victory against thre»! 1945. ' ~ " defeats. inning. Boston 3, Detroit 1. nisht. Washington 3, Chicago 1, night. ·OUTHERN AIIOCIATION hits, four runs and four errors. «*t» ·* vttk H» ·hi- Thnm tollr New Orleans Atlanta . Chattanooga Mobile Memphis Birminjham Nashville Ing and the stir-snangled »quatlc stan should continue to score heavily In today's last four f i n a l s . , _ . . , _ The chances look especially j Frito,, R«iilt, W 62 11 59 57 54 J l SI 48 Pet i .S84 : ' .S09 j .482 ! .459 ! .4S9 .43fl pjedras It Baltimore--Carl Coats. 1.17, Baltimore, stopped Paul Esqucda, 142, Mexico City. 4. i oiu SSSS-^M ott! - .rfss^u^y Louis B r o w n s ' f o r t u n e s .driving i ' : i z l m i stride of the year aflci all their runs with his fourth winning Ihe Masters' title in An- Frank Serory, new jurnpire in | homer and a single for a 2-1 vic-i ril at Augusta, Ga., and flopping I the National League, was an out- i tory over the leaguv-leading N e w j in the i York Yankees. I Gene Bearden, who gave up a run and the pitching chores in ih(- seventh, was credited wi'.li his fifth victory while losing two as Batch Paige protected the slim lead. Allie Reynolds took his seventh defeat in 19 divisions. National Open and Nation-] fielder for Detroit, Cincinnati and ,. ! Chicago, appearing w i t h the Cubs , . , . , _ _ v ,, ·. j c-i . Helsinki-«F)-The United States league has seen since 1925. The 1925 aighth ranked team, ', which had a better won-lost per- j centage than the present Travs, i was another Little Rock team. Little Rock whipped Birming- j ham 2-0 last night for the fourth victory in a row and kicked up its won-lost average to a far from Olympic basketball team, rallying disrespectful .336. The victory, after a slow start, whipped a stub- along with first place New O r - I born, ball-freezing Russian team, leans' 7-2 defeat by Chattanooga, i 36 to 25, today to retain its Olym- also cut the distance between the Pit title. Russia took second place Travs and the top to 14 games--a surprisingly short distance. Dick Thompson, fresh and eager from the L.S.U. campus, pitched the Trav victory with a 6-hit performance. | And, in all other ways Willis \ a] PGA Trailing Snead into t h e third round with 137 s were Tommy Bolt, Durham, N. C., with a second round 68; Gary Middlernff. the leading money winner and All - American defending champion, with a 60; and a former Texas amateur star. Ivcrson Martin, now of Maplewood, N. J.. v/ith 63. Jim McKeighrn, a steel worker from Hobart, Ind., and former ; university of Miami student, top-; i ped the AH-American amateur d i - , vision with J45 after the first I round leader and defending champion. Frank Stranahan, f a d - , in the 1945 World Series. bright In women's hijh divins where the three Ame-'can entries --Pat McCormick. Paula Jean Myers and Juno Irwin--finished 1-2-3 in their qualifying dives The Russians qualified two girls, f i f t h and eighth. The United Elates has two men ?oing in Ihe 1.500 meter free-style and one in Ihe 200 meter hr'ast stroke. Russia ir.n't represented in either one. nor in the women's 400 melei free-style where the U. S. again has two entries. Little Rock 2. Birmingham ». Chattanooga 7, New Orleans 2. Mobile 4. Nashville J. Only gime« icheduled. BOWL FOR HEALTH Bentor Bowline Linci-- MI» K«« up *ltk Ih* Tlmn «i1lt. Uit Hum--TM«« HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEI Kt HAIL AT WHITUEY'S OMAOt BUILDING IND CABINET AND Mill of All Kindt. Fr*. fatiimrt. LOT KINZM S5* Wrtl St. MMM Ml* CHICK SPECIAL 8c ·oeh MtXVT MIXED ARKANSAS Braikr Hatchery ·.«.·««·« Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMIERS rd to an 83 for 1S3. Louise Susgs of A t l a n t a , t h e ; 1952 Women's National Open win- j ncr led her bracket with 150,1 throe strokes ahead of Betty, AUTO CLAM CITY HOSPITAL. Priori* 1200 CAS. MIMW 21*0 »eceuHTma-MOBMH IUIIH.M coumm _-_ TRAIN FOR CIVIl SERVICt JOBS SECRETARUL - STAHDAHD COURMB FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FATETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHOMC *3 H. O DAVIS. PHX*. CITY WATfR PIANT. MMM 711 UOMT AND POWtR. MMM MOO. roua. M in the final tournament standing. , .'ameson. It was America's second triumph i · over the Russians in the present ; | Olympics and kept intact the U.S. ! . record of never having lost a bas- I i kMball game in the Olympic since I a l' art of the Hudlin's team played solid baseball. Thompson made up for an almost harmless error by singling home one Little Rock run. Hal Simpson knocked in the other. losing streak with a 7-2 win over first place New Orleans. Bunkic Stewart pitched a 7-hitter. Bama Ray has broken up many , ! ^-Buster No Respect For "Great Profile"! lielsir.ki-(/P)-Floyd . f P a t ) Pat- five semi-final victories yesterday in the Olympics' Fair Hall arena where all but two of Russia's sport was program in 1918. The United States team was far | off its normal shooting form and as lute as the third minute of the second half trailed the Russians. . lcr?on. rangy Negro middleweight Chattanooga broke a 5-game And with only three minutes to go Olympic boxer has let a little old the Russians, playing the posses-' world charm drape his husky sion type of ball made famous in ; shoulders. America by Oklahoma A. and M., I After he won from Stig Sjolin moved out in front again by a 21- j o t Sweden. Friday night Pat fol- 20 margin. i lowed the European custom and Here a flurry of baskets by Big ! walked over to his opponent's cor- Clyde Lovellette, Boh Kenny and j ner. There he shook hands all AUTO CLASS « MIRROR SHOP Automobile Glut lutillcd Olaii Ttbln -- Plat* Glut -- Mlrton Mirror RnUTnlng, O)*M Fuinltun t*ft ALL WORK GUAHAHTEED 119 W«l Meadow. PhoM J7M · UTO FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAVEYTEVILLE. AIUL rHOME TT4 CranMwft Orinrfln* I Pwk Pw All Cun «M* TmdB homers. Last night he booted one. An error by the Southern veteran let in Mobile's tying and winning vaunted gladiators were beaten. I runs in a 4-3 game. Here's the lineup of U. S. fights: [ Atlanta and Memphis weren't Nate Brooks, Cleveland, vs. Ed-; scheduled. Basel. Germany, flyweights. I Charles Adkins, Gary, Ind., vs. Viktor Mednov, Russia, light welterweights. FloyrJ Patterson, Brooklyn, N. Y., vs. Vasile Tita, Romania, middleweights. Norvel Lee, Washington, D. C., vs. Antonio Pacenza, Argentina, light heavyweight. Ed Sanders, Los Angeles, vs. In- gcmar Johansson, Sweden, heavyweights. Never before has the United States sent more than three fighters into the Olympic ring finals. America hasn't had a champion since 1932 when welterweight Eddie Flynn and middleweight Carmen Earth prevailed. The big battle from the U. S. standpoint is the meeting of Adkins and Russia's Mednov, the first and only clash between fighters of the two countries. Both enter the fray badly battered. Mednov has seven stitches over his left eye and six over his rlglit, all neatly sewn. Adkins, rugged 20 - year - old Negro college student, has two stitches j over his right eye and another! under it. Ho is suffering with a I coM. Medal Winner A Hero Again Washington - (Jp - A Congressional Medal of Honor winner proved yesterday he was still s n«ro by risking his life to save a grief-stricken young mother from the ledge of a six-story builc-inj. Mrs. Lucille Whomble. 21, mother of two small children despondent over the death and of ·OPT (HOP 1 Bob Kurland iced the decision for i around and threw in a bow, too. the Americans. Back in his own corner Pat met coach Pete Mello. "What actor." Mello said. The flyweight class in boxing I was created in England during ! "Just like Barrymore." 1910 when it vas given o f f i c i a l | "Yeah. 1 said the buster from recognition, with the scaling mark I Brooklyn, ''Who has this Barry- set at. 108 pounds. more licked?" SINES BODY SHOP IB B*dr U4 Findit Work. at. S»f«rr OltM. Upholttnlnf. SMI Conn. 217 W. Dkktwi PhoM 1*6 CLUNUtl · LAUNMT NATS' NIFTY - 00P PORTER FIELD, OF THE ' WASHINGTON By Alan Mover Construction Outlay Reaches A New High W!£h.irnton-OP)-Doll«r outlays for new construction soared to a r«wrd $3,0*3,000.000 in July, exceeding the previous high in June hy $«9,000,ono. Private residential buildings accounted for J 1,007,000,000 of the July total, other priv»te construction $98.1 million, and governmental construction |l,079,000,OflO. The Commerce «nd Labor Department*, maklni thete estimates yesterday, oald builders in general kept (joins despite the M-stal« st«I strike by using reserve stocks built up before the mills closed. third last week from pneumonia and heatstroke, had climbed to the ledge of the downtown YWCA Building. i Maynard H. "Snuffy" Smith, | who during World War II fought a single-handed battle over the English Channel to save a burned-out bomber, saw her and inched his way along the ledge as a crowd watched below. He saidj later she screamed at him that | she didn't want to live, that she had just lost her five-months-old . child. ! Smith said he told her to think of the other two, and asked her j if he could hold her hand for a minute. "Then a fireman came up nn'M helped, because I couldn't hold i her alone," he said. i WHO SHOULP HAV£ HIGHEST WMNIN3 Boys Club Weekly Card Aucuct 2 -- Cardinals v.v Cubs Indian] vs. Yankeei Seniors (practlci). August 3--Seniors vj Van Buren Frank GIHcrd, new b«ckfield man for the Nev/ York football Giants, made 6 of 79 -onvertlons last Mason foi the University of Southern California. KM* IP Wlttl law TIMES «*·?. /A/ me THE tOfe COHTR/SUTfD 6 RUN9 -tie iew 3'HirrfF?, A CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. 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