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1 I NMfCAST-- Fayetteville High Team Trophy In four boys from Fayetteville ] High School, who have been plan- ' · Ding on winnlnf the team title for a whole year, go to Little Rock's War Memorial Pool tomorrow for the sixth annual State High School · Swimming and Diving Championship. . . Making their first entry in the i state meet last summer the Fay- : . etteville quartet splashed its way to what apeared to be a Class A i I'He. But at the last m i n u t e the ; Fayetteville relay team was dis- : . qualified, dropping the Bulldogs i to secand place in the standings. The same four hoys decided ' then that such an event would not take place again". So for a year they have been planning and prac- . · ticing for tomorrow's shot at the ' tea"! trophy. All four are versatile and all have approached state record · i times in practice sessions this | summer in one or more events, j T hey have been coached bv Biil : Brooks of Fayetteville. - | The members of the boys team · and their events: Jon Larry Starr--50 meter backstroke, 50 meter free style and 100 meter relay. Billy Hudson--50 meter free style, inn meter free style. 50 meter breast stroke, and inn meter relay. Joel Whilley -- SO meter free style, 100 meter free style, so meter backstroke, 50 meter'breast- stroke, 100 meter relay. Ronald Hawkins--50 meter free i style, 100 meter free style. 50! meter breast stroke, 100 meter re- i "Members of the Foj their division. Competition for tr, 1 mermaids will be tougher, however, since there is no division of schools. I Like the boys team, most of the I girls are veterans of last year's' trip to the state meet. As a result , thev know just what they can expect in the wav of competition : and are prepared for it. LHtlc Sharon Rise has acted as , coach for the girls and will swim : Has Sights Set On State Swim Meet Aquatic Bulldogs ISPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMfS, F. y .tt.villt, Arkamm, Tunday, Auguit 5, 191] SPORTS ROUNDUP Thi "Pn succeed I,i PH.-II. ..a il j l ) : l T C ( i " C Kerllf-K -it baseman ii Wants Payers To Do What They Are Being Paid To Do Hornshy t a k e n over t h e m a n a - gerial ii-im nf thr .'·.oventh-pli'ce C l n c i m i a l i Ili-ds I, pro t o n i g h t /is the Illvllegs open ;i two-same scnei w i l h t h e Chicago Cubs. Stengel Sharp As Epigrammist; Old Cardinals Never Lose Soark m^..i School s w i m m i n g and divinir team g a t h e r on t h e brink of lhc F;iv^^ ^ uuMta j i.m.hnj mi By C;AYI.I: TAI.BOT I New Ynrk-i/Pi-There are men I in the spnrls xvnrlcl who employ M I M I C polished Knglish t h a n Casey | Stengel. Ihc former left-handed d e n t i s t , but none to our knowledge v/'.m ran eel In the kernel of a m a s t e r mni-e surelv. For e x a m p l e there is Casey's rlc.-ir, concise cslirnale of his boy Mickey Manye, who is being widely hniled at 20 as the gnme's n c - x l super-star. "You take him." says Casey j "and he strikes out three or f o u r limes .-mil you gel to t h i n k i n g maybe he ought lo be taken out Tor a while and then he goes un t h e i r w i t h the bases maybe loaded and h i t s rme out of the park nnd you rlon't feel like t h a t any more." I K u r l a n d took an a w f u l h i d i n g ! from London crowds four ypars | ago because of hij height advan- ' tage. ! The other countries are g e t t i n g I belter. Maybe they w i l l all calch ! up one of these Olympics and then Ihere should be a good f i g h t or , two In every game. Also p o i n t ; spreads. Ozark Ruled Ineligible, Then Reinstated For State Junior Legion Baseball Tourney A ' u r t h w e r t A r k a n s a s ' distnct*- in two individual events and the , J u i l i o r Legion ba.'Phall c h a m p i o n s ' r e l a v ' ' fr ° m Ozal ' :t n r p f i n a l l y sure o f ' D /·. r .- U. J C-J-,^.-* -- K l n ^ r - 1 (~\ Other members of the girls i " lcir standing in the slate J u n i o r ; IV ' Vw I 1 I O l U U b I N Q T S , I ~U , team are T.iy P a r c t a m i n n r , ,".,,.., Legion i v c l u r e K\-e,- «meo 11,,,,. . . . ' ' ^^ Now It s Reynolds' Turn \ Chicks Trip BentonviHe the girls i team are Liz Carstarphen. Cam- Legion picture. Kvor since the., line Stevenson. Eleanor Ellis, | came lo Fayetteville a v.ctk HKU Mar\'elyne Rise. Jo Ann Wester' 'hey have been a l i t t l e uncei'.ain. Janet Walker. Janice Hudgens : Th'nss looked blackest for them «nd Billy Sue Edwards. , '"? first of ihis week when a stale One m a n ' s opinion: it was u n - f o i l u n a l e t h a t the Olympic com- L m i l t f - e ever let H s c l f be t a l k e d i n l n i i M W i r i : : b a s k e t b a l l a n ' o t f i i - i a l part lo t h e games. Baseball would h a v e I j i ' t M i as logical and il \\-ould have p r o v i d e d even more . l a n i l y vacations for t h e liiidct. we.-ircis. I n c l u s i o n of t h e rnco j j n m o lias marie no friend'! for anybods-. espr-rlally for t h i s c o u n l r y . it was a m a d e - u p A m e n c a n game, and our M i p c r i o r j l v was MI B rrat from Ihe s t a r t t h a t il was s t r i c t l y no routes!. Oilier n a t i o n s bave resented this, especially our slacking Hie deck w i l h si'vc'ii-footers whom they cannnl m a t c h . jUib i Hobby Shanl/' tremendous job ; of p i t c h i n g for the Athlelics h n s | served lo revive w h n t may \vell be Ihe best of n i l Ihe many Dlr/.y Dean slorics. It wns in 1934, Ihe year he won j .10 for t h e Cardinals. A f t e r be had | racked up No. as the great man ! declared grimly "I a i n ' t gonnn w i n another one. If I do, and then don'l win bcltern 2(1 next year, the c l u b ' l l cut my salary." i Thai afternoon hi* shut out M r o u k l y n in t h e f i r s t g.-ime of a double-header and I h c n walched | his brother Paul top it w i l h a no- h i t , n o - r u n e f f o r t . I There's wiim-lini; a b o u t : Id · ! C a r d i n a l , by Hi,, w a v , w h i c h seems ! ! lo set him ap.-irl. They never lose i I t h a t spark J o h n n y Hopp is M. on | the way out. and yd ilie oih,,,- | ; day he raced borne from t h i r d ,-if- j lor P h i l R i m i t n bad pulled down I j a s i m p l e pop-up lo deep short nnd | Ihcn fliped (he b a l l carelesslv t o ! his second-b.isiMiiau. Helped D e - : I (roll bet Ihe Y a n k s , too. I start at 7:30 p. m. Either Coach Glenn Stokenber- ry or Coach Harry Vandergrift of · the High School athletic staff, will i in R "accompany the teams. ' ' the evidence and declared Ozark ' ' ineligible Monday. · Then J o h n n y Sain and W a r r e n Reason for t h e ' i n e l i g i b i l i t y n i l - : s P" h n came a l o n g w i l h t h e 194I1 :||« l_fOIT T l l f 1 w a s t h a t O z a r k h a d two Boston Rraves Shantz Faces Bosox Seeking 20th Victory i ...ft ..11... nun yj /. (i i K nan two ""-·"" ,,i.ni-.- ,1111, utjnt civd ,i I players Irom Tiussellville, :,[) mile.-.- onc-:v.'o p i t c h i n g p u n c h tint laud- : j to its east and one from Alma, al- ! cri l h e *· '- fh'g. I most 30 miles to its west. The c o m - ' Don't look n.-,w. bul Vic H,,*di; " '"' v/ I m i t l e e telt this v.-.-is loo big nn ' and All.e ueynoVi:--. a p a i r of .\cv. · I 1 ' 1 "' 1 ' l n area for Ozarl. to dra'.v its m e m - j York Y.ir:!;er" n-.oui-.rlsincn. ,-.ie I hers from. ; I h r e a l r n i r - , lo do i t all m e r ag;iir However Brother M c l n l o s h . ' R ; ,sc!,i tnssed his 1 1 t h s t r a i g h t coach of the Ozark team, w a s n ' t ' , v j n M o n d a v n i g h t a 1-1) blank'..satisfied w i i h t h a t r u l i n g . l i e ' o f t h o W a s h i n g t o n S e n a t o r , tVa "'"- - out t h a i no Mich d e f i m - i b r o u g h t h i s season slate lo 13-'' Fain, Musial On Top In Race For Bat Honors jc climbed back i n t o Infor,viJle for t h i r d O.vnl; Leasue l.-^l '" r - hl W l ! h ;l l 3 - ' 2 victory over I h e I V n ' n n County MMI ,-i-rv.- at I h c W.-ishinrjtoi] County F a i r G rounds. W a l k s ,-nt! v.-i!dnc:s li.v Hirer F a y o l t c v i l l c pilclicrs kept t h f ,.,,.,,,,,, ,, ul ,,, u l ,,,, .,,,,,.,, ( l e i i n i - ; D r o u g h t h s season shtc lo I')-' 1 r " . v c u c v i i i e pneiiers Kept the | ion cf J i m i l a l i o n in r c c n i i t i n a a I Tuesday n i g h t , Keynolds fdces il,"e n "'' lts '" ""' v '" !l ' r t h i o u g h n i i t -1 le.iin ire ,,-, ue founu u t n e Ar- . same Senators in the n a t i o n ' s cap- ll:0 K;I ""' ·'""' '·' income was in - I -el" i'" , , · i u i 1 a n d '"'H be shor.-1.nE for his ' : l o l l b l " n t l 1 "'·'' Ii " : ' 1 '""· II I 1 I113 n i ' O U l M l f a reriJlP^! fnr cne-_ .' i \ L, :_ ni j _ _ · · .m . i--u; · i . . . t Philadelphia - (JP) - Little Boh. by Shantz climbs up on thb If the Philadelphia Athletics'i headquarters office, mled tha i , " h o · * lewxTriim V'' '"''' ""'' tarVvnV"'''''' '' "" '" condensed curvehaller c o m e s - under Legion baseball niles' t r i u m p h s . mcir , u , , IIM . through - and he's failed o n l y j Ozark's positir.n was a legal o n e , , f". s '' aUclcli si * n i l 5 »"d : Bl " v ' h i l r »"· ·'''"* »'"""' t'irce times tnis jear--he'll be! and that put Ozark b, ck into Ihe I e ' 8ht l ' h " e w a l k '"« only s t a f f u:,., off form IV K a y c l t e v i H e the first major league hurler t o - s t a l e tourney at .\e-port ' t H i s i 0 " 0 ' ' . ' b a t t e r s were in lop .tape, ban:;' i The Yanks won it in the s i x t h ! ]"« thrc^ v i s i t i n g pitcher:; for ]fi i n n : n g when ex-New Yorker Boh "*' ' ' r "' reach the magic 20-game circle in ! weekend "- ·"· campaign. talk, that is -- of the baseball.' when world since his record began to j eligibility got off to a bad s t a r t in t r i c t Tournament here Fort Smith contested (he i _ , .-·-*.--- i ~ - « . " f t , - . " i i n ' c » u . , o M a r t i n i " - - - ~ . Bobby has been the talk --small : the District Tournament ' here · "'''erficld w a l k e d Oil .McDnugald " reach impressive proportions fair-! Bo;k. i_. . . . . . I hits, iiiu.-t of t h e m f d r good ,l:s- mce. v.'ith the bases loaded to force i,ver i ' 3j ob Phillips led (he b . i t t i n f t r e t Han!; B ? u n r w i t h the game's only 'i'".' two doubles, a triple an,I ;i t a l l y . s i n g l e in five trips to the pi.-,!e. : Kudo .lansen collected the same orlrnent in six trips. ^ its centcrfielrler ly early in the season. i for having played in a semi-pro So the Yanks arc now three and His sweeping curve hall and r e : game and sal the rest of the i one-half games in from of scc- cenlly acquired knuckler have be- tourney out on the sideline.-. : ond-place Cleveland and a n o t h e r ' Tl 'e fiame lell Fayettcville ,-oid come the bane of American League ; Shortly later came reports t h a i · f l 'H name ahead of third-place l ! l ' M l 'iuvillc w i t h identic.,! 1 2 . ; j batters - some of whom insist : O?ark woulrj have to f o r f e i t its Hoston. both of which were idle sl ' !II " n record--. Th, that facing Shantz is like having i Northwest District championship '"si n i s h t along w:th the rc.sl of a eannonhall fired at you from a .' ln For! Smith because of ruin" l! 'e American League and a l l of hole in the ground. ; the ineligible Bock in two win- i 'he National It looks l i k e H a « c h i and Rev- 18 Anv discussion of his physical; mnr games. ., ,,,,,. ,,,,,.,,, , stature !i purely academic. Tlis ! Their came the official rrcoimi- iMlds nrc going to have to con- shadmv across the league's slatir- lion by Ihe stale Legion commit- j ti'iuc carrying the lead i h r n u - h tieal department is long -- migh'« tee of protests over other plaverr. l h c league leaders' last i9 fiiines, ' m *- . Rl " a'l is in harmonv now. and -" "' which are o:: the nun! To' His record of 19 wins agains ' O/ark is f i c h t i n g mad Snd ready ma! ' e i' "'oii-c the Y a n k s play I I only -hree losses prior to tonight's' '" P«»'e itself the best Legion games away from ihe K i a r i i u n game s tops In both major loor*. · leain in Arkansas. : ^ n ^ r i Tiw,. 11.,,. ~~^ -_,.. .1 _ His earned run mark of 1.53 Is ' ~" n^f t $SS££«^ S2i How They Stand less than the leader. Billy Pierce : By The Associated p r e M of the Chicago While Sox. : NATIONAL LEAGUE* W I, sn sea.'on record--. The Chi sumc league a c t i o n a::.-.in-I leading P r a i r i e Grov Thursday n i p . h t . Moore was t h e lusini; lu'tcl.er for R e n l o n v i l l c and I) a n n v Matthews, w h o started t h e n a m e as catcher, was the w i n n i n g p i t c h - er. New Y o r k - i / T i - F e n i s Fain of the P h i l a d e l p h i a A t h l e l i c s and i Stan M u s i a l of the St. Louis Cards, hopeful of r e t a i n i n g their b a t t i n g crowns, have taken c o m m a n d i n g leark in t h e m a j o r league h i l l i n g races. Fain holds a 2 2 - p o i n l a r i v a n l a g e over bis nearest competitor, C;eoit'e K e l t ,-.f Ihe lied Sox. to top the A m e r i c a n League w i t h .3-tf). M u s i a l . bo.isling an 18-point bulge over r u n n e r u p Toby Atwell of the Cubs, paces the N a t i o n a l loop v . i l h .331. Figures i n c l u d e games of Monday. % The A t h l e t i c s ' first sacker, who captured the b a t t i n g t i t l e lasl season by an 18-poinl m a r g i n , boosl- cd his average 13 p o i n t s ovVr lhc past week. Fain went 17-for-38 tor n .-147 clip. Kell collected n i n e hits in 21 trips and gained seven points to j u m p from fourth to second w i f h .323. one poinf ahead of t e a m m a t e R i l l y Goodman in t h i r d place. Goodman, the b a i t i n g champ in 11150. wcnl f i v e - f o r - 2 4 and skidded .' len points lo .32;!. \ A pair of New Yoik Yankee BUCKY'S BEST BET - ! u u l f i e l i l e r s . Gene WoodliiiK ;mj j M i c k e y M a n t l e , are in f o u i l h and ' f i f t h places, respcctivelv. Wood- ' ling, t h i r d last week, is l i l | t l n ( , ' .319, while M a n t l e owns a .312 av- i erage. I Musial. who won HIP Nalional ' LcaRiie b i l l i n g crown lasl year bv : a comfnrlable 11-poinl m a r K i i i . i hiked his average seven points j d u r i n g the week. The slender out- ', fielder went nn a !2-for-2H h i u i n x ! rampage for a .m m a r k . · Although A t w e l l remains sec- . oncl wilh .316. four points ahead | of Chicago leammnle Bob A d d i s , , in third place with .312. i Terl Klus7.ewskl of Ihe Reds : I r a i l s Addis by a point w i t h .311. j followed by New York's Whitey Lockman, .310. ' ' SOUTHERN A«BOCIATION W 03 Pet.; .sr,3 .401 4601 .447 ! New Orleans Atlanta . Chattanooga . . . _. . f i l 52 Mobile . . _. _ fill 57 M e m p h i s ____ ._ r,7 59 B i r m i n g h a m . . . . . . *3 (12 Nashville _______ 52 (II Little Hock . . 51 li:i Mondiy'i RenBll* Birmingham 4 Mobile 3 Atlanta 7 New Orleans (I Little Hock 3 Memphis 2 II i ing.i Only games scheduled William R. Engelyn, new Na- lionai League umpire, works as a clothing salesman durii.g the o f f season. By Alan Mover SH£A, TtfE CONNECT/CUT Otitfl Ider Bob Borkowski of Brooklyn the Tin innati Reds is nicknamed New York "Bush." He got the name as a 'si. Louis youngster because he had long - Philadelphia hair. RIIIIDIHG AND REPAIR CABINET AND MILL WORK of AN Kindt. Frt* Etlimolt LOY KINZER 536 Well St. Phoni 1019 : Chicago Pittsburgh Monday's Resiill No games sen,- 5R 51 37 44 47 S I SO 4 'i f,8 42 61 3D 7C, . j a f t e r l . a b o i Day and o n l y t h r e e at hooie. A n d f u r t h e r . i. ore. t h e y h i v e to f a c e Boron's ]( r n Snx se\'rn :i;ne c a! Fenvay i ark a:ri f i v e at I h c S t a d i u m . The lied Sox a i c Ihe r.:i!y cl:.'h ;,, c),, m ., p , o f . l against t h e Y a n k s t h i s se.ron h o l r l m c a fi-4 ericc. Hew Totk I. Wnthintlon 0 M£W YORK WASHINGTON Pel. .Ii88 .fil!) .5M .5:15 .SOS ' nim-r A'iH ""HI .4HB yJ.J";; .2BJ M n a m/ lh I I Ye.-1 :f 3 I ,i J f r e r n .. II 'i Himn, I... j, I n 2 V o n i r . n i i ; .1 1 I R a k e r :·, Terps Will Be S t r o n g , Soys Tatum e\.-,.-,.T: .l.. n ' P a - , ,:, rhi-'r, !,er,| !!,e · i - i i . Ti-iinr-';-,-,.-, ;n i if:: fl'.orl tc.iir. ai::l . !:e sot ;. bo.vl '. I A M E R I C A N LEAGUE W 1. CHICK SPECIAL toch HCAfT MIXED ARKANSAS ·rotor Httchcry New Yoi k . _ . Cleveland . sn i RnMon r,.i Washington .. .. 54 Philadelphia .. -, ."id Chicago . . . S 3 St I.ouis 43 Detroit . . . 3 6 Monday's Reoult* New York 1 Washington 0 night Only game scheduled T'i a S'rurk out Nc»- York W o O i l n g r n n K Ilnnnel... c: r . w , 11,1 c ..,,. · t'nrry DP I t l 7 7 i l l o .... l i l r u l "_7' I N'firrn I . r f r --\vi- York T V,; .510! fi BR l'nnrrl,Mrt .1 H.e,-li- ..IIOi I'orlirllPllI .1 n,,»rh, « 11(1 KR I' h! 'I.T-L'i l r r h o M 1-0 ' f r -IV- v r - Ro:h r ; n r \ Fiqhts Lost Nihf Brooklyn--Joey OiardiMln. 1S1, New York, outpointed B i l l y Graham. Hfl. Nc\" York. 110'.' Brooklyn -- Phil Mnrlzio, 140, Work Of Art Students On Display At U. A. A varied show of the work of University art .ind an hlle'-iural studrnls is now on vie-,v to t h e e'.ir, -1 t-i.-,' he -m: Ihouglr lio-.vi }:-i'e, -, -,\ r ie :;; t . f . e ' l in the T e x a s ,,,,-ichini: l e':on!. s,i : . ( | lie o e l i c v e - l roller'r f n - i t - . ^ l l le.iue s h o u l d p l a y :n lin"-; j;.,, ,,..-. !;,._ can .- :· v... .-, r e w a r d for f . , o ' h , l l a l t a m i o r r i ' --Tl-.e ,-,-,!!,-..,. , a n ; , - . - p.'iti- , r i t h e N C A A h a . - . k e l h . i l l , t r a c k a n d hajr-b.-di t o u r n a r r e n ' i so why not for.tb.ill," Ta'.um a:ld- 1 ed. i FOK T/IE WASHfNGTOtf , , . New York, onlpnintfd H»n:iy p u b l i c in the A r t s Center g u l l t r y Winchn'.an. 138, New York (8). Chicago--Cherler Mieszula, ly as th w o u l d n ' t hr- , a n d .1.- l i r r . n g rie I f l S I !ea-r, i.ut . ACTIOfl -HIS- F/P FOR THE 9 Of , 5flUTOUT. i- k .. , , *...,^... \. oiijon r rir- ,-, s t r n n g o f f r - r r i \ c ' v hwl n, nKO I""' "" " a ' m l n » s - R"t h" »*.Wl M n . v U n d V h - l _ ,,.. ....,,.,,. ,,,.,,.,,.,.,,,, ,,, ti ninrK prims ann papirr mflrhf a h i v "v drvi «,i-irt ^ - i t " r-^tA ^·« ' Mw^ir--^ $* MRHAP* iSr*H ~ TO x/r THE ae*T PILOTUP THE THf SHEA It RfiStJiAR 9fAfOri 2 fep/et · i l l " I C e e e Scwell as Ihe lleils' · w i l l i , i , n t l l e t h e t h u d HP, chores l o n i g h t m frirrner great second day: . plnnial and neither | »m I I Simon L*»r«. ; "I don't pit fuyi on ih« tack i for .what they arc b«ini ptld to i do. In that way ptrhapi, I'm not » diplomat." ; fn disr-ussinK the Rtdleg p«rien. nel, Hornshy declined to lay whether he would make any dras- !!·· lineup rhangM. "I'll hav« to wait and see what we have," h* r a i d . "I do believe, however, that any plavor can improve in tny d«- p.irtment of the game by proper practice ' My men w i l l practice hard where I t-.ink they need it most," hr continued "And they'll never Onp t r y i n g , because hustle wins . clo-;r h a l l games " The H a j a h .'.aid "any player who : ha:- any self-respect should and ; mint try his best. He OWM it to himself. He owns it to the iani." TIRE SALE SAVE WITH SAFETY NOW PRICE CUT 4 DAYS ONLY 10.95TM 12.55 6.70-13 EVERY OUNCE FIRST QUALITY FULL NON-SKID DEPTH-FULL TREAD WIDTH-FULL SIZE RIVERSIDE AIR CUSHIONS Siit Tin Prict* Tub 6.40-15 IJ.4S 4.70-15 1J.S5 A10-1S 15.IS 7.60-15 16.« 3.00-15 11.75 «.70-16 13.75 · Prict** 3.39 2.55 1.65 2.15 3.55 2.60 RIVERSIDES FOR OLDER CARS ' * 50-1 5 15.11 4.00-16 IC.fS 6.50-16 15.15 2.55 2.30 2.60 VI,, fW. Tu mi pur M *,. ··MM M. f-. ONLY iO% DOWN ON TERMS HURRY-SAU M$ SATURDAY

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