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Rain, Right-Handed Red Sox Fail To Stop A's As Shantz Gains 20th Victory, 5 To 3 Philadelphia - (/P) - Mother na-» ture threw a rainstorm and the I Boston Red Sox .tossed in eight! right-hand batters. To top it o f f : Jumbo couldn't control his best pitch. But none of those deterrents n r sventcd Bohbv ( J u m b o ) Sham?, from becoming the major leagues' Giants Beat Dodgers, 7-6, \n Extra Inning Struggle New Giants York-(/P)-The New York* spatted the Brooklyn f i r s t 20-game winner of the 1352 Dodgers a run in the tnp of t h e i season last night as the Philadel- : isth and then came back to ecorc pr.ia A's topped the Bc^tonians, 5- two in their h a l f of the i n n i n g t o ' 3. The biggest A's crowd of t h e ! down the National League leaders,! ;---(·,- 35.07°. ·. -atchcd, emotion- | 7-6. last night. ally high-pitched and screaming! Thc K a m e last?d five hours and u . cry time Shnnlz threw a strike! or cot a man out. Reynolds Hurls Yanks To Win Over Nats Ifi m i n u t e s and was f i n a l l y de I cided when Don Mueller spanked ; ,,. ,..,. , t . , . . ,, j an infield chopper that scored! The little lefty, who s been call- j r n o k i e D ,, s i y Rhodes all the w a v j cd everything from t h e m i n i s c u l e , lrom sct . on d base. The win pulled southpaw to the mighty atom, (he Giants to within live and a j was most concerned about the f a i i - h a l f games of the top. ! lire of his host pitch -- a k n u c k - i Andy Pafko's 14th homer of t h e ! Washtn6lon-(/P)-The New York ]er--after becoming the f i r s t A's season in the 14th put the Bums: Yankees priced the W a s h i n g t o n pitcher to win °0 games fo early . a h e a d briefly at t h a t point, but Senatorr. 3-2, lat n i g h t in a gamp in t h » eoatnn Jinre I Mtv r.rnve '· Bob Elliot came along as a pinch- railed at the end of the seventh "Jnlldths -oh in Hm%hanl^ n i U e r wilh t w o ° ut in thlc last " f : because nf r a i n . Allie Reynold performed the job in 1931. S h a n t 7 l h c H t h t o b | a s t a h o m c r u n t o t i c the Y a n k s has lost hree, two to M-w ^ o r k lne scorc , ^ , P 1 h and one to Cleveland. "I couldn't throw my knuckler wheft 1 wanted it to go," he raid quietly and half-apologetically. . . . p i t c h i n g pi P a f k o again came through f o r · a n d Reynolds, came t h r o u c h the Bums in the 15th. h i t t i n g « . besting Frank "Spec" Shea! long fly t h a t sent Pet Wee Reese · across the plate. win the game as Rhodes simply kept running as the Brooklyn pitcher fielded Mueller's grounder threw him out at first. nd relaxing all 139 pounds on a dress- j But ths Giants rallied in the in ? room bench. I 5 . lh to s . cor( . a , ru " . on B ° bb - v '·'I tried on several occasions to Thompsons single, and get the darn thing over for strikes hut it was no go." the five-foot, si: and one-half inch ace added "So Joe (catcher Astroth) h a d ; me mix up my curve w i t h a f a s t ; ball on occasions. Then \ve changed up on several h i t t e r s and t h a t ; proved to be the right medicine § for them." i P/i(f PlV/jfaf Shantz ran into a 7 1 - m i n u t e : L Uil t MULCS delay in the bottom h a l f of the first inning. Rain forced the delay nnd it looked for a few m i n u t e s like t h e game might be called o f f . But when the storm subsided the tarpaulins were removed and p l a y resumed. Then Bobby settled down to run 1he jrnmut of t h e Red Sox lisht- loaded " \\Cards Squeeze ^ --) . 1 J[^f/y. Piltsbiirgh-OP)-The St. Louis Cardinals edged the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3. last night in a 12- i n n i n g strunfilc. Del Rice's fly with the bases The Nals pounded Reynolds frit- nine hits but couldn't £d one when it counted as t h e Y a n k n r r ehalked tip' his 13th win of season. Shea allowed but six h i t in getting t h e loss. Five w a l k s h u i his effort as two of t h e m turned i n t o runs in the first i n n i n g New Y*rk 3. W»!h1nit«n 2 NEW YORK | WASHINGTON ah r h nb r h Norm. Ih , 1 2 3 Yost 3h n ft 3 Rirzulo. »jt 4 fl I Coan. If 3 0 1 Baurr. r T 3 1 0 .Icn.wn. r f 4 0 1 rifrra r 2 0 1 R u n n e l s ss . T O O M a n l l f cf .1 n 0 Vrrnon 1h 3 (1 n Wood I inc. If 2 0 1 Hndcrlcin 2h .T 1 '' McDou'd. 2h 3 0 0 Biwby. cf 3 0 n Carey. .1b 3 0 0 Grasso. c 3 0 ] He.vnoldA. p 3 n n Shea, p . 1 1 ! Totali ?3 3 li TolaU 2R 2 9 sent Solly hand batters. Sam White nnd liool Evers homered for Borton's f i r s t exlr a tv.-o tallies. The other BoFlon n i n ! r n d lied Schoandienst doubled to nom DiMas- . sct - lhe Sta 8- n ' Now Ynrk Cflft nin fl-3 fi Washlnfjton ... nm 2(10 0-2 3 E-Carpy. Heynokis Hf3I - R - n r Mantle, Yost, R;z7u*o. 2B Ynsl Niir p n SB-N'nrrn. DP--ni?.7!i*n n n Nnr^i ?; Vpriuju. Riinnel:: niul VI non. t - f f t -- N P W York 7, \Vnshini-:i 9. I1B--Shra 5 nrvnolrt* 4 SO--Sh F R -- R r v n o l r i s "I,--Hh ·cli came on a double by irio in the sixth followed by a wild t h r o w by shortstop Eddie .loost on Genrtre Kell's erounder. Philedrlnhif 5 .kftston 3 BOSTON PHILADELPHIA 1 ah r h ah r h | Goodman. !b 1 » n'Joosl. u .1 1 0 , Wilson rf 4 0 1 Fain Ih T.-?TS !f 4 1 2 Pnilley. cf niMaffgift cf 4 1 I 7,ornial. If 0. Kcll. 3h 4 0 O'Val". rf (;trr.crt. lb 4 0 o E. Kcll. 2b White, e 4 1 2 Surtrr. nt Lipon. ES 3 0 HAs'.rnth. c H-.idirn. p ? n n Srunti. p aVollmer 1 n 0 Dclock. p n o n the w i n n i n g tally in the third I *fTM ^i^M,"'"^*TM'''"-'-',' _ frame. Hemus had walked I lionochlck ' T--^na. A in.7in."" Snead Favored in "World" Tourney Rookie Cal Hogue went the route to absorb the loss. The Cards used four pitchers with Jor Prc?ko the winner. Vinegar Bend Mizelt worked the first nine and a ihirri innings. The Pirates had a Rood chance 2 ^ i to win the game in the 10th when Chicago - (/P) - The one f hasps with only I money in poll- - t h e $00,000 "World | [die Y u h a s ranr?' Championship" --npcns T h u r s d a y ! lo get Jack Merson on a with S f a m m i n ' Sammy Snead- f a v - proundr.r lhat cut the runner' ored to grab ap unprecedented top ; t h r y loaded t h e one out. But Total* 1 o n 3S 3 7 2 n 2 4 n 0 D 1 3 jj J : clown at the plate, and Al Brazlc: p r j 7 e o f $;.-j,ono. then replaced Y u h a s to Ret pinch-1 s ,, ead ar!i h rf j hitler Joe Gsragiola on a grounder ' to first base. SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Faytrtevill., Arkomm, Wednesday, August 6, 1952 SPORTS ROUNDUP Old-Timer Insists Nunni Better Than Zatopek At Any Distance Coffin hi Left Hinders' National Tourney fn certain rllstunces. The. ''' By TtAYLK TAI.HOT ' nrrU New Yark - (A') - Somehow \vi r p H n m o of r u n n i n g m h i m wn» to : /,' had gained the innocent impres- · B r r nfiu ' ' a r n1 coulrf «n In a c i v mi pcrlorl -H ha I f - h o u r , an hour, two huui'fi." Any C'r.echs or others w i i h i n g to irot h u f f v about this matter should aeMrn«s A t n n .f. Clould, e x e c u t i v e editor of The Associated PrrM. New Y o r k City. I.rnve us out of it. sinn i h n t everyone now roiu-rcirri , Knul Z o t t i p r k , the s i r z l i n K C/erh, ; to he the Rrentrst foot r u n n e r nf ;ili lime, nn e.-.m m o r e r n n « n i f i | cent a t h l e t e t h a n f.ilnilous J'tiuvo . N u i t n i . U't* hn\ e j u s t had oui j thi(t;d jumpi'd down. "All t h i s l,i!k i i U i u t 7 M i!npek ' m a k e s me very tni'd." t h e man ' ;:md \ . i t h iron in his \ o t c o . " N u r , mi w o u l d !ia\c i un i l;;iu up In 1 : j hack. If I h.'idn't bren luo hu.sy I wou!: h;i, y u nilcn KornethiriK aboul it." We suggested, m i l d l y , th;tt he meant h e woulri h a v e backed N m - ini in lick ( l i e O l y m p i r sensation at 5.00(1 and ID.OfiO m e t e i s . A f u - r a l l , wo p c i n l r d n u t , /.atopek won tlir m a r a t h o n , loo, a d i s t a n c e of jrrmmrt the F i n n i s h h c i o ni'vci larkled. Cain Hurls Browns Past Tigers, 5-1 " ) h , d i d n ' t ho'.'" c.-nne If t n r l . "I\'i;i\n only r u n t h e 111,11.i- ! I h o n d i F l a n r e ;t kit f.isln t h ; i n i t h a d ever been r u n before u h - n lit* was t r a i n m;; fnr t h t HK!^ · O l y m p i c at 1/w Angeles. Of cnun;e. il wasn't in o f f i c i a l cnmpeiitiun, b u t tliL 1 times lie ye I led no f j u e r i t h a i he would h a v e wmi it ;i5 ' he pleaded if they h w i n ' l k i c k e d him o u t . Mr was n e a r l y 3'i then, nnd he i n t e n d e d to run only in the · m a r a t h o n and u m il ns his f a r o : well." We recalled v a g u e l y t h a i there was a f*re;il h u l l a b a o n when i\ur- . mi was declared 1 incleyible un tho eve nf i he '.'il! Homes, h a v i n g born ' chaij,'i'd u i t h t a k i n g l a r ^ e h u n k s , of "uppearanr-e" money, but the b u s i i i f v p aboul t h e m;*r:ithon had ; slipped our m e m o r y . We s i n c e ' h a \ e dui; i n t o t h e f i l e s a n d f i n d t h i n excerpt from n n i n t e r v i e w ;;he.n by Pmmi in I H 4 f l . "Only nticr i-id I t r a i n fnr n special distance," he ;;aid. "Thai was for t h e m a r a t h o n run n t I,n r Anodes. And even loday L am an- nnyfd l h a t 1 d i d n ' t gel to r u n in that race and a c h i e v e a result w h i c h c e r t a i n l y wouldn't be iip- pruBchcd even tod»y." That would si'?m to leave l i t t l e doubt of w h a t P a a v n had i n t e n d e d to do. In the ;ame i n t e r v i e w the F l y i n g F i n n refers In the 1!)24 St. l . n u i p - i/I" - Bobby C a i n named his f i r s t ·. i c t n r v ; i n c e . l u n r : 17 1-iM n i g h t as he pitched I ho St. Lot i is Browns tn a ,*i-l victory uvrr , : t h e Uelroil Tijirrs : I Hubby Vounj! s u p p l i e d t h e b a t - ' | f * " ' Mil',' punch f'M Cain's v.'in h\ d m - iotf in f o u r run 1 ; on ft p a i r of ' Shawns - on - Delaware. Pi. · Ijrr^nd-inf champion Ross , MnnticftHo. Ark., moves into Ih* q u a r t r r - f l n a l s of the National L e f t Hnndud Golfers Association tourney today against N'*l- son Ctilltnward of Kan Francisco. Collins nnd P.ill Ruymes, Knox- v i t l e , Trnn., cn-nicrtali5t, , gained the r j u a r t e r - f i n n l * v,-[th (ioubie victories on thr Sha-vnee Country Club course yrr^frrlfly, CnJtins wat 4 and 3 over Larry GrrjEhn.ih. Rnrhe-*ter. N. Y., In the m n r n i n t ; round, but h^d to make a ,l!S-font-putt on the I8th to win hi.i afternoon match w i t h Charles L n u r i r . A u b u r n . I ml. Cul!env/ard. eolf rditor nf » San F r a n n r i - f i n e w ^ p n p r r , v.-as one un- rfrr par in topping K ^ n n y Mast, B l u f f f n n . Ohio, and then made par in h i s second round match to take !R--.e,-ir-o''f .Inhnny Dnlan, Peoria, 111., 4 and .'i. ·t. LOM'' S Dttrtit l DtTftOIT j IT. LOU I* nt r li Ah r CJrn^h. rf * n 'l Marth .iti 2 I Hrrry. us t u l DrUmc. rf A I n 11 n Nlcninn Grapers Lose Close One To Prairie Grove S n m - h V k rf 4 I 1 M « I ^ n h n i i l l . I I t n I Yrn Hat!.-, c 1 H I (V.i A t n t m n n 'i n ; l l l r l . i i l k - r i r l r t . p i! (i ii Pnl S l l I X H . [1 fl I) » . I f 1 t - Hint 11! I n r H r n j it for Kliiiir 1 .(nils F" NMIIP mr ) fioa 100 -! IIDIt 210 20X--S pf-h l i n r y . Siiin-lmrk S - U n l f i p ' d . Mnr?li. Hi-'-:iitf N I " in o n 1)1'- D r r n p f M i r i Ynuni! t t n i t (JnMibMT)' I^-fl Ilctro-l r. Si 1,-iiii* I 1111 - ( ? r n j .1. mm t M l l l H l H r l 3 SO Odin (. (3rn\' «. I,iltlt-!i(-](! ! J ! i ) Of.iv h in r liminif , r.iit'"!iHM t in ·', s-t) n n in p. H A- Kft--firny 1-?.: l.itMcflctri 'i-2, S l u j i r t 0-0. Ctiin I - 1 W l n n c i -- C ' t ' n (7-7i l.0l.-t nuiv (S-121 M-rrornr. Mi-II'iwnn. ihirlry and S»nr. T- 2 0~'. A .liOU. 31 S J I ' s--F'icd out for Hud*nn in 7 t h . h--Flicd out for Delock in 9th. Boston .. ono n i l ojn-- Fni!artd!ph:a 10? Oil OOx--s; E--Gnodman, Suder. Hudson. Jooil. · KB!--White. Evers. Fain. Vslo 2, , Slider. 2B--Fain 3. Phillty. Dt.Masf!!o. j HF--WhitP. Ever-:. SB--Joost. S-- PhiJlcy ?hani7. DP--Jonst. E Kel! and Foin 'l.efi--Boston C. Philadelphia 31. BB--Hudrnn 5. Shantz 1. SO--Hudson 4. Delock 1. Shinii 4. HO-Hudson 8 in 6 innings: Delock 1 In 2. R fc ER--HuiUnn 5-S. Delock 0-rt. HBP --Hudson 'Valo. Astrothl. Winner-R h a n t z (20-3). Lnser--!Tud?on (T-^l. U-Berry. I'aparello. D u i f y and Rommel. T--2:23. A--35.GT3. ready to continue a par-bust in' job he started nn t h e Tam O'-: Slianter course w i t h last w e e k - i cnri-'s a l l - A m e r i c a n t r i u m p h . j The former masters of Tam, ! Byron Nelson and Ben Hof.an, not ! to mention British Open c h a m p Bobby Locke, are ahsmlers despite promoter George S. M a y ' s ' rcrord cash lure. t h e Cincinnati Redlrgs look n : Nelson, of course, is retired to · -0 shutout over the Chicago Cubs · Texas rnnchinp. but it had been in the first, of a two-game series 1 suspected t h a t Ho^an and Locke. ! Hornsby's Redlegs Wallop Cubs, 4-0 CincinnatiH^J-Southpaw K e n Raffensberger scattered seven hits; Tribe Splits With (hisox, 6-0,3-6 3-:!. Thp ( ' n l l r i n n s had f i n i s h e d lln: :-rason in n t i c w i l h H a l l Tire C'unp.'tny ;IIH| thi* radio I U'.'Mll. i K f i n i l d i n w f f w h i l e t h r t a ! \ i n ^ tlie im.itsure o| H a l l Tire a feat of v e r s a t i l i t y which bears alion I comparison w i t h /.ntnprk's. | ''Did ynu know t h a t Paavo could b v t j in the play- j have run a f o u r - m i n u t e mile?" Collegians were | cfcynandcd the man who (started this t h i n e . "Well, he could hnve, any t i m e he w a n t e d to. I saw him in nearly every race he ran over here and I'm absolutely convinced · Chirac" in the N a t i o n a l wr.:;n'L Interrslrri In setting icc- How They Stand By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE Pet. .680 .622 .573 .535 Brooklyn . 6 6 3 1 New Vtork 61 37 St. Louis -. S3 14 Philadelphia 54 47 Chicago 51 51 Boston ft S8 Cincinnati 43 G l Pittsbursh -- 30 77 Tuesday's Results New York 7 Brooklyn 6, n i g h t , · Totals 15 innings St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3, merit, 12 innings Cint-inniiti 4 Chicaco II night Philadelphia at Boston, 2 night postponed, r a i n herp last n i g h t . It was Rogers n i p r t as Red skipper. Roth teams went scoroles? for ' three frames. Then the Reds solved Warren Hacker's delivery for four hits and three runs to sew up the tilt. Hacker was the losrr. Cincinnati 4. Chieai* 6 CHIC * 0 .h r h c " l " MH *J' r ,, Jcffcoat. cf V o i-Abrsma. cf Fondy. lb 4 0 0 AdPtru. ,"b 4 1 1 B'mhollz. rf 4 0 2 Mirshall. rf 3 0 0 . SHIIEF. If 3 0 0 K'zew.tki. l b 3 1 1 ; 500 i Serena. 2 b 4 0 0 Adcoch, If 4 1 1 " '.on Jackson. 3b 4 0 I ' H f l t t o n . 2b . 1 0 2 -^- U | Chiti. r 4 n 2 Scminlck. r H n 0 ' .413 - Smallry. « 3 I) 0 McMillan. 5S 3 0 1 ; ·Q(\\ Hacker, p 2 0 O'RTbcrger, p 3 0 O i ·~° · aB. Kdw'ds 1 n 1 Schultz, p 0 0 0 i might be tempted- to shoot at t h e Hornsby's firs^ May mazuma, i n c l u d i n p a $12.500 second prize and $5.000 i-hnv/ money. The $?5.000 first prixc doubles the SI2.500 Hoean won ! with his world \ictor.\' last year, j Hosran mifiht yet simw up a t ! I h o first tee. At least he's s t i l l ! j listed in t h e pnirinpr. But Locke., who like Hopan v a i n l y sought ap- 4 i i · pearance money, has cancelled his entry. Robinson Ties Dodger Record For Being Hit Sinip'on. Bonne. ; Tiplnn. 0 1 0 R:vc 2 2 1 ' M-tii'vn. r, 1 n - I l M l l . ! . . . ! ! ) :, n n M r i f . , f fi n 2 I . o l l n r r f 4 n l K r M i s c h . 3 n fl M i r n n r i . i . 4 0 (1 K r c i l o w . 4 o n .i c ;:i-wni: r.i n o TniiSi."' 2 n n i n n n n n 33 0 7 Tumi! 30 4 7 twi- AMERICAN LEAGUE W L New York 63 43 Cleveland- 59 47 Boston "Washington Philadclp Chim^o . St. Louis Detroit Tuesday's Rf New York 3 Washington 2 ni£hl ca'led end 7th. rain Cleveland 6-3 Chicago 0-fi Philadelphia 3 Boston 3 m^nt St. Louis 5 Detroit 1 night n--Singled for Hacker in R t h . / Chir.iKo 000 OllO 000-0 C m n n n a t i . . 000 300 Mix 4 F -Baumholtz. RBI Kluszcwski 2. Hatton. 2B--CJifti, Ahrams, Hnttan. Adcock. 3B---Khuzcwski. SB--Baurn- hnltz. DP--Chiti nnd Serena. Left-! Chicago fi. C i n r i n n n t i 4 B B -- R a f f c n ^ i h:rcer 2. Srhiillr 2. SO--Murker 3. Raf'en.iherper 2. HO--Marker 7 in 7 ] innings: Schult?. 0 in ]. H EH--Pet. I Hnckcr 4-3. Schullz 0-0. R a f f r n ^ h r r f i o S14 ' 0-0 W 1 n n « r--Raf{en«herger (12-3 ".--. Lnsor--Hnrker (9-4t. IT--Dueoli. Sc · n n _' i-orv. Warncka and Gncu. T--2 OS. A- I - K r e l l : fi. Li-mnn New York - (fF\ - .Tnrkie Rohinson u n w i l l i n g l y 'tied n n n i t - t i m e Brooklyn Dodger record- when lie \\-as hit by a pitched ball thrown i n inp«: .imi' by New York's .Tim H r a r n in j "^; fi) I -" S( ' Tuesday night's game nt t h e I'olo ! ~~ uninic ^ grounds. It was the 1 Hh time Robinson hart been hit this rcarnn, p Q/ -|r- tvincr t h e mark set by Pete H e i s - ' l \ e U S cr in 1941. a Grounded n u t /'-r Km low h - R n n lor . M i u h t l l in fl It Cii-vfiiami i f ':i '-n ChicaR'i H'n li'i- K - . . \finr. H R I -Doliv -i I! Fa.s'pr. 2IJ Ilcihv ? .TH- I)' h- rinnnr A via DP-- nn5.-n \ \ i llnnnr. U ^ F ' t - - - K r c : i n v fi-.'i 1-1. l.cir-Clrvclnnd 8 .U . . l.'-nnn 3. SO H O ~ K r - t l n w 7 nn 2 in .1 W m n T r-- K r r l S n w i;-'«;i T McKlnIry. Strvci nia . Results i4 51 54 44 36 41 48 52 fi3 68 .524 ! - « Johnson, Satterfield .411 ' 346 In Light Heavy Battle ! Last scnsnn Proac-hcr Rno nf r'-.r I Dndprrs nlinu'ed .11 homo rims. I hi:t 21 nf those camp w i t h thr ! hiiso e m p t y . : Chicago-(/P)-A rouple of hard- · punching light heavyweights ·-- Harnld Johnson nnd Bob Satter. field--meet Wednesday night in ' the Chicago Stadium. '. The bout is scheduled for (rn round?, but, in tho light of the past performances nf Jhe con- 544 ' le.slants, il may not la.st t h a t lonfi. M3 · «'ohnson, a Phibdelphian who "^rj' ranks as the No. 2 challenger for ^ u ' w n r ^ 'iR n * heavy weight · championship, is a 3 to 1 f a v o r i t e . Sntterfield, a Chicago;!n who ' l i t e r a l l y has had a,i up-and-down earoer in Ihc riiiR. has what it ' takes to score an upset--knock, out power ; Johnson, who has won almost ; h a l f of his 40 f i g h t s by knockouts. has heen henten by only two men I --Jersey Joe W a l r o t t . who holds _ . , , , , i the world b o a v v w e i g h t t i t l e , and Pico. Mexico. h.ir. prodHcprt morf ; w « · srin-pounrt t a r p m - b a n a n y river · h M V V w r , R h i rn,,t m rtrr. --!!-! .^!^! n , ! Thp hout xv.il hr IHrcasl nn- i t i o n n l l y K l a r t j n n at 8 p. m. crn- t r a l s t a n d a r d time. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W ' Allan!,! . _ _ 64 5 Chattanooga 62 ft Kcw Orleans fi3 ft: Mobiln Stl ftT Memphis 57 fin Birminsham . 5.1 63 Kashvillc S2 62 Little Rock 52 (H Tuesday's Results Chaltanooira P N a r h v i l l e 5 I.ittlc Kock 5 Memphis 1 Mobile 6 B i r m i n g h a m 1 A t l a n t a 4-3 New Orleans 1-2 The Pamicn River, near Tam- ' Prt. .552, .487 .457 .450, .452 CHICK SPECIAL 8c ·aeh HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS IreiUr Hotchtry p. «. to itt «f Reduction In Rates On Insurance In Effect A reduction in f i r e Insurance rates ordered in A r k a n s a s is ef- (eclive In the Fayetleville areu. insurance executives announcer! here today. They said a reduction of six cents per $100 v a l u a t i o n on f r a m e dwellings in town, a n d 15 cer.ls per $100 v a l u a t i o n (in f r a m e dwellings in Ihf r u r i l areas, went Into effect July 31. U.S. Tie For Olympic Lead Mosr.-n-v - f / l ' i - X i R i - l j i ; H(iin;.n- nv. honrl nf tl:c Snvjrl O ' v n r ;·· lo.nm nt I f r l ^ i n k i an') h i c f 'if lr." Kpnris c o n i m i l ' c o in tliO l- r . S. ,S. i' said- \V(-incs.l;i\ t J n i t . n n n . i t h e 'he O v i n p i r ca p n i n l s tr. .'1,4. R n i n , i i : o v - i i a i l nn r x c ' i · l\-( ir.li rla. I h o m u n i - ' Mn?cnv Th i! ! . S M P I ; I Com- ah' rst ·.. i; h nc\i fi ii'-r-rl 'Ir A'.'.cr:i ;.ll ·. : t f v n V :.:' :\ '.'·.' ' p Is for fj-| plai-o awl s;mi'- fi-4-:i-:'-: Im- :!»· nr-.i nl.-ii-i--. l ' l n ' r I hi- A i ' . c u r . :; cm t h e r. K. \vnii. r,|4 |r, |!i i: ( i n M m n l . . v Pi.-i.ri.i li::«l I i i ! - i i l i h l i l :'··"· Siv.icl I'!:.nil u n n ll.c O]\ riiiiir. 1 : v.'.lli l!,c c: l nun-.li'-r- i - f pnm!" K o t n a n - . . f i i i ! roi f i v ' a n nbnalion fif ihi 1 ; ;ionv Hf ··:· t h e ellf] r.t '.ho rn'r.Mf-:i';,,v H;i vjc| I j n i f n h:-r) 'l!i-1 iK.in"^ u for the r S. l u l l !·'· il-!."-,] exacl f i ^ i i r c c a l I h e p i f ' i " ' - t niircil th" I' S. lni.il t" . I ' l l , t" OH MY--Art Lirsen threw up his hand to his face in disgust after missing « shot in his Davis Cup mttch with A t s u k i Miyaul . in Cincinnati, but went on to win, 8-1, 3-8, 8-1, 8-7, 8-3. The United States team swept the ' Japanese to qualify Jcr the sec- ; ond round afairest Cuba In Havana. (N^A) Loimiana Collegians Take Softball Crown T h e L o u i s i a n a foiv^i.,.-^ cmerced :ir. C l t v :',r,'.H,.,'.'. I.o.isue c h a m p s t h e f i r s t of t h r . u'eek v i t h a wel]-arr.«I win over K G I t l l , Chicago - I'-V) - Tile ('ip\'ela!lfi I n d i a n s d i v i d e d a riouhle-heailer ]v!r]io S t a n k y , i n a n a n e r of the w i l h Ihe ("hicajro W h i l e Sox l:i-;t Cardinals, has also p'nyert w i t h n i i r h t , h n l lo-t ;;rnnnri In t h e pave- ,i w Y o l k , Brooklyn, Hoslon and of il. The tniuhle was t h a t Paavu s e l l i n g Nc\v York Yankees. 'J he Tnljc w i n n i n g the f Ramc r,-n, hut I n s i n c the sc o (i-3. dropper} f o u r f u l l uanie." h; of the Y a n k s , who nipped Wa, inKlon, -t-2. Cltv7l*nH fi Chicago 0 CLKVELAND I C H I C A G O ah r h ah M i t c h e l l , if s : i "'·-* sti lifrldlcv. If Son Of Former Elkins Couple With Ball Club adderl to tho M u f f nf t h e Snn K r n n - cisco Sea IP baseball team. Is * grandson of Mrs. Iria Worley of K l k i n s , and the *hn of Mr. nnd Mrs. K7.ru King, formerly of Elkins. S t a n d l n f i six feet four Inches tall, and wHfihlng 235 pound?, young Kins is considered n hot prospect by the Scalf, a New York Ynnkce farm club. Thr young hopeful' who nnw live nt Onklanrt, Calif.,' Camden, N. Thr TnntHmvn Orancrx dropped .·t n a r r o w , 2-1 riTiri^n to the ' r n i ^ u f - l ^ a d i n r P r a i r i e G r o v e t p a m l.'ift n i g h t in an Ozark Loop rnntPKt at F r u l r i r Grove, Th" tn«ors h a t t l r d th? Prairie Grnv« tpjrn in w h a t turned out to be on* 1 r\l I he closest and moit t h r i l l i n g Ramiis of lh« season. P h l l l i n s twirled the win allowing Ihc Grnncrji only four hits. Mitchell took the IOM. Riving up six hit*. Friday n i c h t the Grap"r-i play F a y n t t r v i l l f at Kflyf.'Uevillft in w h a t i? 51-hpdulpd ax a home jiainf for "TnntitT,*'n. Tho Grapers NWC h^ffi t i s i n e t h r Siloam Springs pnrk an thoir hnme field mml nf thii nr.isnn. hut have de- flHed to r h M n t j r tho site of this fin mo in urrjcr to give fans in the F a v c i t r v i l l e arra a chance to sop thp t»;imr. The drapers »r* reported to b« p o l n t i n c fnr their R a m e w i t h Tay- c l l o v i l l p as a roiult of two striight losses to thr Chirks, ti:ll A r d c m a f f n i , »ce of ths | G r n p e r u l a f f . v/ill he on the mound for the host tram. Fiqhts Last Nioht Lni AtiEHc. - Dave Gulltrdo, 12(1. Los Aneclcs. outpolntfd Bobby Why. 128, l,n« U. were reared at Elkins. M i a m i Beach. Fli. - R e r a i d TJrcyfr. MB, Soutn Africi, out- pointed Huby Willisma, 182, Ht- G*r,e Jonti, 211, itoppcd Charity v»n», 10. parents. I Newark, N. J. I Lwter, 217, Cleveland, 2. Judge Francis Cherry PRESENTS HIS RADIO TALKATHON OVER THE STATE-WIDE RAZORBACK NETWORK AUGUST 6-5 to 10 P.M. AUGUST 11 - 5 to 10 P.M. AUGUST 12 -6 to 9A.M. Phone Your Questions to Foyetteville 2400 or Springdale 734 Hear the Cherry Talkathon Over KGRH at These Times: AUGUST 6 -- 6-6:15, 7:13-7:30, S:00-»:00 p.m. AUGUST 11 -- 5-6:15, 7:15-7:30, 1:00-8:30, MO p.m. AUGUST 12-6-7 ..m., 7:45-1:45 «.m. 'It's Cherry Picking Time In Arkansas" folitkii *4 ptid far kj Jack Burft,

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