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I Stan On Hand As "World" Tourney Opens Chicago · (f) - Coil's biggest* gaM ruin it on todiy. With WO.OOO at stake. ?u men! pros and 11 play-for-pay gals start ·winging in 'the "World t h a m - j plonshlp of Golf" at Tarn O'Shan-: ter courw for unprecedented pri- i Necciai Called Up By Bucs In Effort To Bolster Team T- ,. --.^A. AtunBaB WUB*» H^fnpw ***** ^^ ISPORTS \Satcbel Blanks Bengals In 12 Innings. 1-0 George S. May':, Pit| sbuigh-(.4 s i-Ronni« Necciai, res. Promoter _ "World" meet also has a m a t e u r . 19-yeer-old righthatid hurltr who competition Jor men and women startled the baseball world a few in l sort of four-ringed circus, but months ago when h« struck out the pro showdown for a $25,000 27 b a t t e r s in pitching a no-hitter first rri7e and $5,000 feminine top for the Bristol (Tenn ) Twins of By GAVLI TAI4KJT · -i?T " '*'' * °' d s ' lclmo SPORTS ROUNDUP grab · Sited the spotlight. Die Class D Appalachian League, Th5i! may be some about the gay-Moused May tab- burgh Pirates Sff ^X, '"r ,"p'S! 0 « --TM^: layout, there has never been a n y - ' , , . . . ' " . v . , , ° l Ihlnf like this 72-hole medal-play . show . s anything ^ea rS the rials he event ending Sunday. l ) a s in | h p m j n " r . The previous high payoff for Neroiafs contract ha* h».n nnr sny pro event was the f 12.500 May . chasfd LmTne Bui?s' New "or-" * 3Ve . .w ,y'" w m m n g last l"ns club in the Southern Asso- y e a r s · World. nation. K everything goes accord- Ilogan, apparently miffed "vrr. i n g ,,,,,,.,,,_ , le ; v j l ] b *» °TM May's refusal to toss m some a p ; l h p chi-ago Cubs Sund pearance money, w o n t defend his ,,,..,.. ; . _ . , .. . , question has been called up by the Pitts- record, «triklnf out 109 batttri In I 42 2-3 inningi. H« walked only! 19, fave up 10 hit and allowed five runs--only ont of which w«i \ earned. After hurling hli no-hitter May 13 against W«leh, W. Va , fani had a "night" for the · lad. May 21. Ronnie promptly hurled a two-hit, 7-1 win over the Kinf sport Chtro- kees--striking out 24 men. Necciai came to Pittsburgh for title. Even though Bantam Ben is a little rusty, tourneywise, that was good news for' the field. Said one: : "That's like adding another! twenty-five grand to the pot." »,, : , .. , , . . /.tt-ciai started this season w i t h _ . ""*'"' w h e r e compiled a 4-0 Graham in the Class B. Carolina Leajts. Hi« record with that out- n f . is 7-9--not at all bad for a club firmly in the cellar. He hurled 114 innings, completing 14 of 1 Rames he started. And he mowed down the opposition by striking out 172 battert in 114 inning*. Hi walked 80. ·WkTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMIS, Foy.rt.vill., Arkanxn, - Thunfey, Augutt 7, 1932 -13 EVP.I U he is "43 jninr on 53," ns tome folk* sav. Satchel roll* s t i l l l»5 the s t u f f lo bewilder bin I F H K U C h i t t e r s L«t ther» be nn . d o u b t about it. ! S a t r h n m chnse In rt*s*rt the St 1 t.ouis b u l l p e n Wtdnetdty n i n h t for a s t a r t i n g role -- th« neconrl ; f i m e hp'd t r i r d i t ihis ymr. I n f n r t he hadn't pitched «n e n t i r e ninp i n n i n g s since 1949 on hit list h i t c h in the major* w i t h CJeve- Managing In Big Leagues Almost As Risky As Working High Steel B) riAVI.E TAI.HOT New York - (,fi - If you ihould I tee i f u r t i v e looking fellow w a l k - | in$ fllonj close to the b ' j i l H i n g s ' yean, bring hoMm «f fh n*-~ er line the tute art tm. Ntm Mhen have hail thru. Fain Going Great Since He ^Tamue-'Quit Swinging For Fences Jackson Shead is the man to whip , lor the $25,000 pot. '· Philadelphia - 1.4') - First base-* Snead strolled off with the All- j m a n ferns Fain of the Philadel- American with a 17 under - p a r . P 1 TM A's decided long ago to quit 271 eight strokes ahead of the \ swinging for home runs every field thus padding his bank nc- j tune he came to bat. As a result count by $3 420. , ieitls lhe American League's 'But chasing him will be a se- j batsmen today with a .349 average. lect crowd, Including 24 players As a matter of fact Fain hat who broke 288-par In the AH- j only one home run lo his credit to American scramble. Sambo's chief j date. And unless American Lea- trouble may come from runner-up I Sue pitchers throw him a certain Tommy Bolt. Cary Middlecoff, j pitch--just which one is a trade Jack Burke. Wally Ulrich. Doii? I secret--he isn't going to try and Fnrd and National PGA Champion j hit any more. Jirn TurneE?.. al! bracketed with- _That's the solemn pledge of the .. in three strokes in the All-American. In the $12,000 women's professional section, defending champion Babe Zaharias is making her first competitive try sinco an earlv June operation. Her chief rival appears to be Louise Suggs, vho won the $1.000 first prize in the All-American women's open. All-American chamnlon f r a n k 30-year-old Texan who started the season by going hitless in 22 trips to the plate. He remembered a previous slump and also recalled he was trying to hit home runs. He changed his outlook and his average zoomed. A character analysis of this 5- foot, 11-inch, 186-pounder would lead you to the conclusion that here is a man built like a break- Stranahan of Toledo defends his | away halfback endowed with the world's amateur crown, but faces I temperament of a thoroughbred stiffer goinr than in his nine- colt and more than a dash of the ' over-par 297 conouest Isst week- "never-say-lose spirit. Travs Almost Out Of Cellar Win Memphis Series Three Games To One (Br The Aataclated Frew) The last place Little Rock Travelers aren't acting like a last place club and the odds are good they won't be down there much longer. Last night the Travs f i n - ished a four-game series with the hottest club in the Southern Association -- Luke Appling's Memphis Chicks -- by dividing a double-header 5-2 and 0-3 and taking the series three games to one. end His foes will include- Bill Campbell of Huntinpton, W. Va , 1948 and 194D "World" Champion: Jim McHale of Philadelphia; and In recent weeks, you might say Fain has been playing the role of the "man behind the man" In the resurging drive of the American Wllford Wherle of Louisville. Ky. j League A's to land a first division Thirteen amateurs willjnrnpete. berth._ On jheir mort recent west- IndiansTrim -Chisox, 7-1; .GainOn Yanks Chicago - m-Cleveland's Early Wynn chalked up his 13th win of Layne Favored ! Masterson Holds kWM ass Ezzard Charles Ogden. Utah-OfVRex Laj-ne, Utah's hop* for the world's heavyweight championship, ruled a 6-5 favorite today to whip Ezzard Charles in their 10-round fight tomorrow night in Municipal Stadium. ' Promoter Kenny Mayne said (he fight will' be Utah's own version i lanrt I Even .\ounssters w i l t in t h e l u t r i n n r l r«stmr n e r v o u s xlanrn a|n/i. Three N a t i o n a l League t*ami -- j I n n i n g s but not Piiiee. Locked In I the chances arc stwd t h a t he'? a ; Philadelphia. Cincinnati and B4»-: | a 0-0 duel w i t h Detroit's Virgil I hlg league m a n a g f r v / o n d r r i n j ' l n n -- " nrt twn American -- D«- I ' l ' r u c k r . he pitched nine Miuiim · when the old a \ e Is join* to ( a l l . i lro!l » n ! St Uuli -- hav» rlii- InnineF. A l t r r Trucks r ; a \ e way to It'i a precarious profession t h r i " ' covered It was all a t*rribla i | a p l n r h - h i t t r r in t h e mih a n d ' l l a l · da.-;.. r,in'un; rlo.p 10 t h a t O f t a k e slnre the present racw i W h i t e took over. Pa;r« s t i l l w a ! working In h i c h steel. j «* »nd the magnate*, bteomW J i n there t h r o w i n g po'o-e eggi a t ! A tlaire through the record. i » ) a r m t ' ) » l l n « l« n «»l ag in M l h « Tigers, in tho l o t h , l l t h »nH ! dlwlosn thai Ihe 18 major lea- ' °" lce '^"P 1 *' 'ought meant * 12ih. lu e elatH have, within Ihe ,»n P'"-««»r 'heir fani. It li not tvljt five wason* employed a lol.l or '· n ' CM »"'3' lo obtain walvtri t*3f 4! minag«M, with a rouple of j TM nil « e y '" "« " »°metnln» oC* month. llll to ,» In the current ! » m l n * duck - ~ Boh Niemsn's basfs-lnndcd Washmglon - A'i - W a l t M a s - E t f l w i t h tn-n nut in t h e 12th f i n a l - tcrson held th«* Now York V a n - j '. v B°t h i m liome. w i t h A 1-0, keps to six hits a m i struck out 11 ! his eighth of the year. Thr box- last niRln HS, the W a h i n s t o n Sen- ! srnre showed only hits for a t n r s d e f e a t e d the u n r l d t-hamp.i, ' the Tiners -- fix of there single*. 6-4. The d e f e a t rosl the Y a n k s a · Satchel walker* only t w o and full game »f their lead over the M r u c k out nine in his brilliant ef- of ihe championship. He will pre- i g (1 sent a championship belt to Ihc ern tour the A's won 11 while dropping six. better t h a n par for sny road trip. It might be noted in passing that Fain boosted his average some 20 points during the tour with a red hot batting streak against som» of the best hurlers in the league. Chief credit for the A's sparkling play is going to little southpaw Bobby Shantz who has rack..,,.._. . ed up 20 wins against three de- the season last night as the Tribe | i c ,t E to lead all pitchers in that 'tripped the White Sox, 7-1. The | department. win cut a full game off the New j But Fain is the day-today field York Yankees margin over t h e : leader who inspires the A's to second place Indians. , their top-notch playing when Wynn gave up f i v e hits and i R h a n t z is on the mound or when would have had a shutout except : the going jets rough. for a ninth inning error by Larr; Dobj'. It was Doby, however, that had put the Tribe ahead in the first inning- by socking a two-run homer--his 24th of the season. 1 Maior league Leaders (By The Associated Press) NATIONAL LEAGUE winner on'the ground that Charles s "the uncrowned champion of the world." Many boxinf writers thought Charles beat Cnampion Jersey Jne fValcott at Philadelphia in June. A possible shot at thp winner of :he Rocky Marciano-Walcott t i t l e [o in September may be the priie [or Friday night'i winner Best guess on the gate is an attendance of 25.000 and a Rate of possibly $200,000. Mayne's cash ox already is stuffed w i t h $100,10 in advance ticket sales. There will be no radio and no elevislon. In case of rain, the ight will be postponed until Saturday night. Jack Dempsey. the former Man- ISSB, Coin., mauler who fought lere and in Salt Lake City before World War I, will be the referee ind sole judgp. Several boxing writers expressed the opinion the 6-5 odds on Layne were out of k i l t e r . But local money in big chunks backed up the Utah slugier. The Layne-Charles fight will be the greatest sporting event in the history of this Western town of out for famblers. But they should j 57,000 persons. Local sports w r i t have arrested the Crackers in-'Crs say it is the bluest heavy- stead. ' ' j weight fight in the West since t h e Atlanta ran off with the game Dempsey-Gibbons battle at Shel- Cleveland Indians. Mat.tcrs.on fancied Mickey M a n - t l e four times and H a n k B;tucr, Yogi Berra and H n r r y Schacffer twice each. After the f o u r t h hr five up but one . Just ahead of Little Rock in sixth and seventh placet are Nashville and Birmingham--each just a half game in front. Neither has a n y t h i n g like the tempo of Little Bock. A New Orleans police department squad turned out for the Atlanta game -- to keep a sharp eye nirkeri him for three runs in the f o u r t h . N*W YORK WASHINGTON ib f h Norn. ] b 5 1 1 Yoit. 3 b R i z z u t n . 11 3 0 0 Biub.v. r/ Hatirr, rf , 1 1 1 Jriu'fn. It Bcrrs. r 4 1 1 Wond, If MantJp. c f 4 0 0 Coan. If Woodllnc. U 1 1 I Runtirli, u AlrD'Id. 2b 3 n n Vernon. Ib Car*y. .ib 3 o 0 Hod'lein. 2h Schaeffrr. p 2 0 0 Gro.iio, c 3 0 ft Ostrn'fkl. p 0 0 0 Mat tenon, p 3 0 0 nRrlrt'w'r fl fl 0' Srhmitt. p 0 0 0 rMiie 1 0 0 Total* 31 -1 « Tot*!* :$ fi 6 f Walked for Schaefftr in 7th h~Forced Woodlin« for Cari-y in 3 ( h . r - F l i c d out Inr Srhitiiir In 9lh New York IPO :ioo fin--* W n f h i n i M o n mi! ooo ;nix-- o K--Grasto. M r D n u R a l d . OlzzuiO KBI --nniirr, .Tpn.';cii 2 Wnodllna 2. Mc- nou^ild. Vflrnon. 2B--Jen.vcn ?. Berra. Ynsl. S O -- B a u r r S--Ri7iu: D P -- n i / - z u t o . - M r D n u g d l d »nd Nnrcn 2. HnrJ- t rlriin. R u n n r l i tnri Vprnon !.»(( -- Nrw York 6. Wflahinclon X R R -- Schfieflcr 7. Maittron 3. Ojlrn\v.'ki 1. Sehniitz 2 SO- Msstrrson II. Schaeffrr S. Srhmllr 2. HO-Sch-r f fer 4 in r.: O.Minw*kl 2 in 0: Schnilt/. o in 2. R Jt ER--SehJteffer ."-'J. o ^ l r n u x k i ^-2: Ma.Mrr.ion 4-4 \VP--M.-i.Mcrinn Winner rf.-.M. T.n.srr--Ontrnuiki '·-"! U -C r 1 K v f. Pn.vicrf II«. Monochlrk. Rohb. T-^:4.l. A~ 8.402. fort. St .L*ui« t. 0-troH A DETROIT ' «T. LOUI1 *h r h' C J r n t h . tf .S n ! GoMsb V ftp Try. M- 1 n iTfiicninn. _, . Hntf:«lf1 .Ib ,-· n : N l r m i n . rf The Y a n k s - nrnpo n» s n n rourmp- r M i i M i n . If X fl ft Oyrk. 1h t;'n*hf re. r * n ] Y o i i n r ?b rert'roff. 2b .1 o I ' U ' M ' i l r a Tnn-ks. p . i n n »Kryho*ki b r ft! hPeiky l n n Manh. »» 3 3 1 ! Whit*, p 0 0 0 Pv K - p 3 2 2 1 UXirrilU 3 1 2 Total* 42 fl 7 Tolils 0 0 0 «--Strurlc o u t f n r DrMitstri In 5ih 4 0 n | h -Furred funn*r it plnle tor Tturlo 3 0 0 , in 10!h 3 q O j r--Purpweiy patted for Paij* in A tfim which isn't j '*'» » Pr*cari»»» c*r«f. TMK, payioy ulirlei l« at least t w » »re only th« 11 t«p *»*, »*f* -"-- p**t ant) present. Is con- «'**r *»* **« »l»w» wttfc tlMlr: 1 · reactionary, j Detroit 000 M 000 ft*)-0 *" K--Yoi'm* RBT--Ninnin. 2B--Ceurtl p»v L 1 . nnld.ih^rry, Map** Si"--?Ttr ( I f t w h c r K fnA Propo t,^rt--r)*1rott St T.nnls 12. HB_TriKk.i n. p«|f. Whll- 2 SO--PlHK» ». TTiirtM f. HO-- Trurhs fi In 9 i n n l n w . U'liite 2 )n 2*i n AT rn--Truck* n-o; WMI* t - i P«H( 1-fi W! nne r--Pn l f * i g.g \. Lft«^r-- Wliltfl i l - S i . U--McGownn H u 11 ·. v Soar. Frow* T--.Vfil. A -- S 112 (p«id) Quirk, now, and w i t h no coach- f n p . n n m p t h e m n n i t ^ r who has ( enjoyed the longest tnmire with » ^ ; h | h i s present club. H is necessary, obviously, to .«ei n r a t h e r short Urn* limit for an anwer, because time and the present croo of j i t - lery cluh owners stand still Tor nn rjui/ program. The corrcr*. If tin pro hi Mr, answer li Billy Meyer, the IDT- abl« and lomt-KufferlnR enra- nandrr of the list place PitM- burrh rtrates In Ihe National L*a«t. He It th« »nly member of ike clan wb« hu been at the I b S O I 4 0 0 S O I .S n 3 4 0 0 4 ft 1 5 1 3 ? 1 0 1 n 0 ft 0 0 4 n 0 0 0 ft 3» (Br The AMorUI( Prrw) Chii-ago - Bob SattPrflfld. I76'i. ChicaKo. outpointed Hirnld Johnson, ITS, Phllidelphia, 10. ever ilni* the l i t A Mit*n b«itin, tntf It U op«n In vlclenl «ebat» whether Blllr rte- ifn'M rnnrfilul»tlori» In view ·f whtt Rrinrh Kicker hit done U him thli yttt. Leo Ournchor is Ilie runiifr-iip, ha\lnj( taken the G i « n t R in mld-'4S. and Cany Stengel is the eldor itat^sman of tile A m p r i r a n Loagtie ss he heads towurd his fourth f u l l .ve«r al the Ynnksc helm. Most of t h e other pilots have made a prartice of Tenting apartments on a month-lo-month b-«is j'lid u n p a c k i n t only a couple of ban*. the Chlrafo While trtx, lot Inatanee are working °n tlielr l*nrth manifcr wlttiln flv* ovenritht bw irtM art watftr drfMinf no more unh*pf r duty hi writing than the interview th* blf Jurt recrlVFtl You know you'll probably · him At ihr next annual ' 'maj« minor meoting. nore-footlng - nrrrunti among the potted f^Ji xnd asking his old p*l* Jf need A msnaftr for on* of f a r m teams, or per c hint* ft front. Skreter Kelt, roold* lnfi*1 for the Philadelphia At h 1*1 pl»yed for Arksnui SUtj Colltjfle BASEBALL TonfifowR FiyetfeviiitChicb Friday Ni t ht «t 1:11 Fairgrounds LET'S 00! Mitt-hell If Avila. 2b Tnby, ef Rosen. 3b Boone. f Slmp*on. rf Gly»in. ]D Hrgan. c Wynn, p To In 11 r · .333; Kluszew: 1 Addis, Chicago, 4 1 0 F«c. 2b 4 0 J 4 1 f'Minoso. 3b 3* ? f . New York and Atwell, ] 0 o ttobinion. Ib J f 1 - .310. 4 0 1 Mcle. rf ' ' ' 4 1 1 Stewart. U 4 1 2 Lollsr, c 4 1 I ' D e n t r . i t 3 0 I KftnriPdy. p ' ·\lnma. o i bRodrlguez 1 Dorish, p S3 7 S Total* Lockman, Chicago, HUNS - Musial, St. Louis, 73; 3 n o ; Lockman, New York. 72; Hemus, J.'St. Louis, TO; Reese and Robinson, Brooklyn, 67. HITS - Musial. St. Louis, 130; 1 n n 1 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 , 3 i T s i d i f i n s T . St. Louis, 124; Lockman, New York, 121. HOME RUNS - Sauer, Chicago, 27; Hodges, Brooklyn, 22; Kiner, ut nn itrike* for Kcn- tiedy in 6th. b--Singled for Alonia In 8th _ Cleveland .. . . 200 Ctf2 00,1--7 p i t t _ h n _,u ' o n . Math*w; "Bftstnn ChlcsEO oon ow 001--l i rtttsourgn, /;u, iviainews, j^osion, E--DETit«. Doby. KBI--Dohy 2. Boone · 17. qB-Gi-nn. Fox PITCHING - Roe. Brooklyn, 7-1, Wilhelm, New York, 12-2 and moved two games ahead of New Orleans In the pennant race. The Birmingham - Mobile and Nashville - Chattanooga fames were rained out. Cards WinT wo From Pirates Pittsburgh - if) - The St. Loui« Cardinals, temporarily derailed in Philadelphia, ire back on the track in Pittsburgh.' The Cards took twl-night rtouble-hetder from lh« Pirttes ywterdiy,' 7-2 and 3-2. Gersld St«Iey »nd Cloyd Boyer were the startinj pitchers irid they turned in gre«t lobs. But A] Brazle Rot credit for the win in the first game as the result of * brilliant relief job, and Eddie Yuhas laved Boytr's garnt for him in the second go-round. The Cards staged a five - run outburst in the 10th inning of the first game to win that one. Pittsburgh rallied in the second after trailing 3-0, but were stopped one shy of a tie by Yuhas. M* Lwiic T, PlltibHflll 2 AAMI by, Montana, in 19J3. Dente and Hob- ChicaKo 875; 9-2, , .313; Goodman, B ..- -HR--Doby. DP--Fo: inson I^f;--Clevel; . _.. . BB--Ktnneflv 4. Wynn 2. Dorish l so . 813... H=arn, New York. 12-3, .800; - Kennedy 7. Wynn 3. Aloma 1 HO-v , c . T _,,:. n o onn Kcnnedv 5 In 6 innincs: Aloma 1 In ! Yuhas ' St - Louls - 8 ' 2 ' 800 ' J- Dorish 3 in l R .- ER -Kennedy i , ^-. Alomi 0-0. Dorifh 3-3. Wvnn ]-(i I A ^ r r K i n a v t i - A r - n r v -·--Dr-L-h B?lk--DnrL^h Winner ' A^ILhICA. LLAliL'E Wvnn fl3-»i LnseT--Kennedy (2-lv u j BATTING - Fain, Philadelphia, rS"TMl; ?i!fP-. Sum Jl'«r* «»d Me- .340; Woodling, New .York, .32^: Km-er. T-r-l»7. A-10.302. K0.1, B«5. ton. ,31S. RUNS - Jpost, Philadelphia 75; iiera, New York. 72; Mmoso. Chi- · apo, 71; Aviu ar.d Rosrn. Cleveland. 67. HITS - Fox, Chicago, r-,8: Robinson, Chicago, 131; Avila. Cle'-:- lar.d. 12i; Rosen, Cleveipn:!. 122 HOME RUN'S - Doby. Cleve- apo, 24; M f r r a , New York, 23: i Robinson, Chicago, Dropo, De- itroit and Zernial, Philadelphia, 19. PITCHING - Consuejjra, Wash, isfjton 5-0, 1.000; Shantz, Philadelphia, 20-3, .870; Raschi, New York, 13-2, .867: Sain, New York, 9-3, .750. IT. LOUP1 I ab r h ib r h Hemui. u 3 1 1 Koihortk. » 3 C 0 S'dienst, 2b 3 1 2 1 Groat. M 4 0 6 Muilal. ct 5 1 3 M'kovich. Ib 2 0 I Slaughter, rf 4 2 2 B'liromp. Ib i n n H Rke It S 1 3 Kin»r. If 4 0 1 D Rice, c . 1 1 2 Bell, rf 4 1 0 SulT. Ib 4 0 2 G«r«eioll. c 3 1 1 Joniion. 3b D 0 M'C'loufh. e 1 0 0 Slalev p 2 n 0 Merarn, 2b 4 0 0 aLow-rey 1 0 0 Del Grtco, cf 4 0 0 Yuhai. p 0 0 0 Friend, p 2 0 0 bSlinky 1 0 0 Wilkt. p n (I 0 Brazle p 1 0 0 LtPilmt. p 0 0 0 tcfitz C'fald 1 0 0 42 7 1C Total! 33 2 3 Lown Pilches Cubs Past Redlegs, 5-3 Cincinnati-ffl?)-Turk Lown re placed Paul Mtnntr after tw runs had scored In the first innin yesUrday and pitched the Chicag Cubs to a 5-3 victory over th Cincinnati Reds. The Cub hurler contributed triple to his own cause d u r i n g thr*fl-run uprising 'n the sixth. C****** f. «hMimu« 3 eMICAtlO ! CtNCIHNATI ·b r h ; ab r Aildli. rf 4 0 I B'kowikl. rf 3 1 Jrffcoat. cf 1 1 I ' M . td'rd*. r f ? ' Fondy. Ib 3 1 1 A*J*m5. Sb 5 n - c-rf 4 0 2'WUtlAkf. rf 4 1 ' S«u»r K Atwtll. e Screni. n Jickson, )b Smillcy. s Mlnn«r. p Lown, p TeUU 4 0 IlK'ztwikl. Ib 4 D 5 n 0 Adcock. II 4 0 I I P'lirtrinl, 2b .1 0 3 0 0 Rossi, c 3 0 S I I RChurch 0 0 fl 0 n Seniinick. c o n 4 1 1 MrMitlAn u 4 0 I Wehmeier. p 2 0 ' NuxhBll. p o n I bAbram* I o 1 cMimhill' I 35 S 1 ToUU M 3 10 ·--Ran for Rout In 8th. b--Finned for Nuxhin in 7ih. tj--riled out Jor Podbitlan m 9th Chicito (W 015 Mi -I ClntlnniU . .... 200 X)0 100--3 t-- Kluszewikf. Adimi. RBI--Addis Fondv. Small*}'. Lown. KMiszcu-ski Adcotk, Adams, Siufr. 2B--Stren« Adeotk. Wt*hm*l*r 3B--Bnnnihol'r Lown. Edward*. HR--Fondy. DP -McMillan. PelJttTinl and Kluiz t--Chicaco 9. Cincinnati *. BB- Lewn 2 .Wehmeier 3. PodlleJan I. SO- Lown «. Wehmvtcr 2. Kuxhall 2. )it!\*n 1. HO--M Inner 4 in * 3 innine*. I,own R in R'j: \\hmeltr 7 in S', NuxhAH n In I',: Podlielnn 2 in ? H fc ER--Minner 2-2. Podll-lan 1-1 Wlnn*r--Lown (4-7i. Ixiwr-- W r h m r i - r l4-t). U~-ft«cory. Warneke. G o e t z ind DMCOU. T~2:l« . A--3,4*39. BASEBALL TONIGHT 8:15 FayetteviUe Chicks vs. Prairie Grove Ltagw Ltadtn Fairgrounds Park Tol«U ^ a--Struck out for Sttley in Ith b--Grounded Into fore* play f o r Yuhl in 9th. c--Grounded out for LaPalmi in 10-Ji SI t.oilin 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 S--7 Pltllbunh ... 000 000 MO 0--2 E--Ktsler. Schoendleruit 2. RBI -- Caraeiola. D. Rice 2. Mu5lal H Rice 2. Sliler 2 2B-D Rlc«. .1B-Gira- giola. S--Metkovich. DP--Koihorek Bud Melkovich; Hemus and Risler. Mersoti. Croat and Melkovirh. Left -St Loun 9. Pittahura-h 4 RH--Slalcy I. Yuhas I. Wilks I. LaPalme :. SO -Staley 3. rnend 3. Yuhal 1 MO- sialey 2 in 7 innmis: Friend u in «; LaPalme 3 in I; Yuhu 0 in I; WHk* 2 In 1: Bra/le 1 in 2. H Ac ER--Stalky 2-1. Friend 2-2. Yuhaa 0-0. Wilka .1-3. Brar.le 0-0. baPalme 2-2 HBP-- WHk, iHemusi. Winner--Brazle '8-3i Loser--WilkA '5-5' U--Corn. Conlan. Slewirt aiM Cutllelmn T--2:22 ·ICOND SAMI si t.nnu . . rm i«2 im--.i in a Pitlaburnh 000 OW oil--I 7 » Verilicih'on Lacking In Report Hungarian, Stockholm, Sw«dtn-f/pi-A Stook- hnlm pfr that reported n i n e Prairie Grove, Tontitown Chicks' Slate The FayetteviUe Chicks t a k e on t h e league I f s H i n p P r ^ i r i p G r n \ p I Lions toniRht at (lip W a t h i f County Fair Grounds in an I contest. A resumption of w h a t h a s i dftvp]oped into tho O?xirk League's i hottcif. f e u d is in prosnorl. Fayetlcvillp. which had to a r Kume a portion n/ t h e team's losses when It t h a t tram in t h e I r a p u r . has hr-rn p l a y i n g ^t about the pa me u*nn- lost rtip as Prsirir* Grnve Thr Chirks are currently b a t t l i n g Mr sfronrt nlac* in I h f s t a n d i n g s h a v - ing pulled themselves out of rellar-herth in which thev ooencd play a . l i t t l p over a m o n t h as;o, E i t h e r Charles Bogan or Carl Drake will be on the mound for Fayeltevillp in nn e f f o r t to heal the h i g h - f l y i n g Linns. Buck Buc_ h a n a n . veteran I p f l y w i t h ! H u n g a r a i n " dlymplr athletes h a d 1 Prairlf Grove team. Is sl«lH to i refused to return tn their Com- j take the mound for t h e v i s i m r i . :' , munlst homeland pulled the story; Buchanan, as a rule, rnjnvs grind | out of edition- tiday after H*l- IUPCMS » n e i n s l Faveltevillf ThVnewr» "·"'D ''iniKlTt"'' · T n m n r r o w "'* hl lil « C h i r k s n paper's correspondent In tin Finnish capital--in latt niiht't «di- ·lions under a H«lilnltl dateline another Ozark I,«a)tue Kam» promises In be. * rnnl scrap. Tonii- town hi« announcrd Itr. IntHitiins But repeated check! hy th* pap*r "' I'lninf » mMiure of and by Arsnclated Prers rorre-i In 'he lame lor a i tCe «l.or.v. . could find no bull Jor mm-n i pair of p l n s l f r handed them by Fayflleville two previous m r f t i n i i . Ceril Ar- »(·* Or»p»r f l i n f r . Ij to pitch lor Toniiiown. IUTIWTIOIS liiEIUTElT! HUNDREDS of Cororfi// PaHtrni . . . Alt FINE WAUL- PAPERS that MUST BE SOLDI E*try Roll it GUARANTEED to t* QUALITY WAUPAPER In PERFECT COND/T/ON/ SPECIAL! 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