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Fayetteville Boys Club Teams To Play Double-Header With Prairie Grove Midget League All-Stars In Opener At 7 Senior Crew Takes On Lions At 8 P. M. In Second Tilt The Fayetteville Boys Club pl»y» Priirie Grove in a double- htadtr tonight it the Washington County Fair Grounds that has been all season in the planning. It is the Boys Club "Get-acquainted" night for residents of Fayetteville.. The Midget League All-Star teim, composed of the best players from five teams in Fayetto- ville's highly successful little league, tangle with a junior team from Prairie Grove in the opening game at 7 p. m. The Boys Club seniors play Prairie Grove's Lions in the nightcap, starting at 8 '30. The first game is slated to go five frames and the second is to be I seven-inning affair. 'Since Boys Club's games have been played for the most part on their own diamond, 'seated just south of Fourth Stree!, few persons have had an opportunity to Rams Favored In Clash With Stars "GRAND OLD MAN" Chk-ago-WMI the Los Anjeles* Ram defeat the College All-Stars in the 19th game of the bif football classic at Soldier Field tonight it will be largely through the medium of spirit to win. No extra cash bonuses will be attached as incentive. Sources close to the National Football League chsmpions, owned by six millionaires, are positive that there has been no promise of extra money. They say the Rams really want to win this one, but good. The betting fraternity believes that the Rams can do it if they seriously set their mind to it. Odds favoring the pros fluctuated from seven to 13% points, depending on which Loop corner you turn. There are quite a few takers foi this All-Star btmch, turned up as probably never before under the expert scrutiny of Head Coach Bobby Dodri of Georgia Tech and his staff. The bitterness of a 33-0 lacing the All-Stars took from the Cleveland Browns a year ago is hard to swallow. This year the 54-player squad has been selected »o carefully that Coach Jumbo Joe Styd- ahar of the Rams sincerely proclaims that he can't detect a single weakness in it. sae tbese games. Adding to the At any rate, the 19th annual difficulty oi spectators getting to tne site of the baseball field was the fact that for the first half of the season it was impossible to drive in automobile into the grounds. With that tact in mind .We Boys Club presidents, A. D. McAllister, Jr., and Jimmy Walker who succeeded him a few months ago, sought some plan whereby the Fayetteville 'people could have the opportunity of seeing thrss j youngsters in ction. ' , All-Star footobsll series will begin at 7:30 p.m., GST, v;lth the DtMont network channeling it to TV sets coast to coast and Mutual beaming it likewise by radio. The game itself will draw nearly 90,000 to the arena. The weatherman says thunder shov/ers threaten, and whether the turf is wet or dry may make a big difference as the two T for- inction juggernauts collide. The Collegians have won six games, tied two and lost 10 in the It was finally decided to stage ; r i v i l l r y Th eir last victory was In si pair of games at the f a i r ] 1D50 ' w i, en a ponderously dcfen- Grounds and Prairie Grov. agreed I sive squod brpshed off the Philon furnish the opposition. Mem- 1 delphia Eagles, 17-7. bers- of the Midget All-Star team i Defense may play an important have staged_a ticket drive in order ! p nr t tonight, although the 1952 t,i jet as many persons interests!! All-Star group has given up in the games as possible. More weight to cct speed, thin 200 tickets have been sold That speed will be used to rush and a large cro-.vd is expected at I Rcm passers Norm Van Brocklin the Fair Grounds Park tonight. Th« Midget All-Stars have i Yanks Beat Senators, 7-2, Behind Schmitz New York-(#l-Y a n k e e Wt-*- handcr Johnny Schmitz breezed to' an easy and Impressive victory! over the Washington Senators, 7-2,; in his first start is in American' Leaguer. The ex-Chicago Cub and Brook-i lyn Dodger castoff limited the: Nats to six hits while his mates were unleashin| a four-hit attack on three Washington hurlers. The win enabled the Yanks to take the I series two games to one and in-: crease their lead over the Cleveland Indians to three games. | Nats' manager B'ucky Harris ; named Joe Haynes as his pitching choice in a surprise move. Haynes · had started only one game pre-1 viously this season. But Haynes I didn't fool the Yanks as he lasted i only two frames and was knicked for five runs. Schmitz, who owned a 1-1 record in the National, surrendered two runs in the fifth when the Yanks came up with · pair errors. M«w r«rk T. WnhlnflM 1 i WASHINOTOK I MfW YORK ' ·b r hi «b r h Yost. 3h .1 1 1'Bnusr. rf 5 3 4 . Blnby. cl 4 0 0. Rlxzuto. u 4 1 1 ! Jinscn. rf 4 o 2|Mintlt. cf 9 0 2 : Runneli, M 3 0 IIBern, c 4 1 i ! Wood. I f 4 0 0 ; WQOdilnl, I f S O I Vtrnon. Ib 4 0 O'Collliu. Ib 4 I 2 1 HVrlein. *b 3 0 0:M'D'f«ld. 3b Z 0 2 i Kluliz. c 4 1 ZIMirtln, 5b 3 0 0 iplOsWf^^ ^ ^^Q I SPORTS Boston Sweeps Twin-Bill FroiF A's, NGRTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMES, FoytntvilU, Arkoiwm,. Friday, August 15, 1951 ^\Conv'm's Relief Work Gives ^Giants 4~3 Win Over Dodgers arch, who has w a i c h r d tho flmil American Roston-f/lV-EffiX'tivc r o I i B f pitphlnn enabled the Boston lied ] ^'''T'"" """IT'i Snx to jween » double-hoarier 1 ln 1s '* r C 5 1 C " l from the Philadelphia Athletics m ' " m i l l l o n yesterday, 5-4 and 4-2. The first rinlhir hnx «Tflrt' game went U-innlmiF. [ bushies* fit ready Lefty Maurie McDermntt went j for hls 03rd 8r »- nine and two-third* innings in '- nn ! relief In the first jtnnv?. fiivlnf; up] Old "Pnuble but four hits after tnkinn overt A" wns born ;it j for starter Dick Broclowskl \ v i t h l W R x t Grunge. N. the bases loaded and one out in jj., in tense Civil 1 the fourth. j .^', (tr ij m c s ^ U f i ! In the fteunnd gttinp Ellis Kinder,} ifl, ]flfi2. Tht- first In action for the first Uim* slna 1 June 7, slammed the door on u rallylni Philadelphia team in tho eighth to preserve the win fur i Stagg Celebrates Wth Birthday; Has Been Grid Coach ft Seasons Stockton, Calif. - (A') · Font-, coach at the University of Chlca- ing his 33th jjamr without im '. en In !Rfl2. His nnbroJttn stretch Amon Alon/n SUijjfj, rrlebratpx nf 41 years on that school's campus his flOth birthday iomnrrow. · ^ i . ;ra,!eIM. And the silvery haired piitri- Asked if he has any special formula for longevity, th« dean of . coaches xugffpfttftd, "b« wntlblc in ! living hahtls, observe rffular ; slcrpinfl hours." lie abstains from Innncco and alcohol. The Courts \ Municipal Court HnyneJ. p Johnron, p Moreno, p bCempos I'ottlt , 1 0 0 Schmitz. B 0 0 0 ' 4 1 2 i n n 32 2 6: Toltlft M 7 16 »--Walked for Johnson In 5th, b--Flicd out for Moreno in »'h. JVashlnfton 000 OSO OCO--2 .-lew York 32D 100 lOx--7 £~-MnrMn. Rlzr.uto. RBI--Jen*fn. Bcrra 2. Bauer. Rizcuto. Mintic. Collins SchmUt. 28--Yo»t. Berra, R.iri'n. Slauer. 3B--Schmitz. S--Martin, McDougald. DP--Yoit, Hotjerlain tnd V-rnon: M-xrMrt r.nd Collins: Martin tlir-u'n --*-» C"Mlp*. Lr'*--'wa-hlnp*in 9. New York 10. BB--John«on ?. Mo- rrno 1. Schmilt 5. SO--Johnion 2. Moreno 3. HO--Haynei 7 in I'd inning: Johnson s In 2'-i; Moreno 4 in *. R A ER--Hiynes 5-5. John-on 1-1 Mnrpno 3-1. Schmitz 2-1. HR"--Fchmltz 'Yoatt. Winner--Schtnitz (1*0). lVMr-- Haynes fO-31. U--Pi.oarel.ii. Duffy. [ Thursriav R n m m . l Rurrv T---··! A _ m - ) 9 i l H U T 5 a H , Middlecoff In Lead At Kansas City Tourney Kansas City-f/Pj-Dr. Gary Mid- BrooklyiH/P)-Al Corwin, the New York Giants' new every day pitchor, stiffled the big Brooklyn bnts with a fine relief job y«ter- ' day to preserve a 4-3 win for, sore-, bnckor Snl Magli?. The win cut the Bums' load over the Giants to eight Rames. Wes Wfislrum, who later was A Wrsl Kurk man, charged with fu r tr. ffi.' .nffonnei following in -. · . . ,;i, .--'-'. 7 nl yesterday af- u-rnoon, war. rtned. ^75 ana sen- _ . . . . . . . . . ,.-y in J«ll thif wrr.u wns plnvrd in IRS!), between j morning by .Judge V. James Ptak. Princeton and RutRnrn. j Elvis KHIcy, 25. nf Wwt Fork I.iilci t h i month, Klagx will · finutc ;, VMS charied with drunk- A. A. SUu foothall , banished from the pbtc umpire, belted double in the sixth to provide the winners witli the necessary tallies. Maglie reported his back- injury h;id been aggravated by the pitching stint that lasted six frames. Willnrd Nlion. The twin-win TM - i le " vcr .' or Susnuenimn., Unlver- ; on driving reckless rtrivlnj. fpeed- abled the Sox to gain hnlf a Mmi- slly ' Sellnssrovc, Pn., tu begin his ' i n f , running n stop sign, nnd arlv- on the Ynnks and a full ijnmr on "I""' coachlnK yum t'icrc. As i Ing without a license, niter hii c«r usual, he will liu accompanied by ; collided with another automobile his wife Stcllii, who Ims pervert ns '., st the Intcricrtlon of South Lo'~'K M'crrl.-iry. stenographer rend . i*;! Street and Yell D r i v e -- tht chart-maker 'or Roin7 in M , .in.iway 71 bypass, years. Mrs. StaRK was 77 I n s t , City police said Kelley wis August 7. \ driving north on Locust at hlfh the Idle Indians. The RO.SOX and Yanliees open a crucial four-game serlei today at Boston. ~ ' I ,MlMM-l»»ll 4 rmiT BAMI Sudtr. H run, ib Phllley. el /.arnlal, II ] ···TOM ·b r h, k 0 2 ' D i M n f X l o . - r h. f u l l ! The grand old man of football speed and failed to obey the atop ilgn at the Yell Interwction. Hli 0 0 by the| valo, rt I I llEvcra. rt three-run MlehaMs, 2b 4 0 riSernert, Hi liltehc'k, 3b 5 1 J'Whit*, c fi o 2 Murnj'. c S B l;Llpon. M i l l Byrd, p 5 0 r ^rodowikl. D i l l 1 " ""'· -non, p 4 0 1 ToliU 47 4 12 TolaU S \1 i I zlGoociman. 2b 7 n a j conches at Sucquchanna with his a i I'VoMnwr. ir » 5 ! j »nn. Amos Alonzo Jr. Senior Stasn ! car crruhod into «n «utomobll« driven by Elmer E. Ohumbro. 28. dlecoH's five-under-par 67 gave i ''j, was relieved by Hoyt Wilhelm, i who in turn surrendered to Cor- 4 i i i ; outline* the offenxc, drawn from tricki I !*nllade!ph!i Bnftnn B-riln. 00° RBI--v»io. Grove. The pitchers in and Bobby Waterfield. It's about the only strategy that can stop i tht pro's mighty aerial game. Dodd has made no secret of his tnctics to counter fire with fire-that is pfiss for pass. He has the equipment, in triggermen Yito Parilli of Kentucky. Darrell Crav ford of Georgia Tech and Bill Wade of Vanderbilt. He has some excellent receivers at end and just as many at halfabck. Sima Gains 20lh Southern Loop Win For Chattanooga j By The Associated Tress I Al Sima, the Sahib from Mahwah, took his 20th victory last night and if he will hurry up he can become the Southern Associa- I tion's second 25-game winner i since 1940. I The ni^ht was rough and the ! going was rocky but the Sahib ! made it. 5-3. for hK Chattanooga ! Lookouts over Mobile. He was in tripfe"ln"tn"eVoth"inninVand V Marvi a r d out of troublc - nc ? svp UD 12 team that registered wins over Fort Smith, Van Buren and Prairie team has excellent Dorsey Jones and George Alexander, good batting strength and some fine defensive players. The senior team, the second place entry in the Washington County League, is composed of young boys who have the ability to meet the toughest semi-pro opposition on even terms. The boys did a commendable job in finishing second to Wesley in the county loop ind have some excellent play- i ers. I B o t h teams are coached b y ] Maurice Sagely, assisted by Sam- t my Dumas. j Grissom Pitches V i Sox To 2-0 Win Over Tigers Detroit-(jP)-Nelli« Fox' two-run ·iple In the 10th inning and Marv , . . . . J J , - _ . ,. Srissom's three-hit pitching helped j hlts TM rt hp needed relief. But the le Chicago White Sox to a 2-fj! fart he's already won 20 tames Roinm-l. Berry. T--2:23. A--10.323. U. S. Has Slim Lead In Race For Cup Honors Seattle - f/P)-The United Stales bad a fingernail grip on 1he brand now Ameriras Cup today and was banking on the steady play of its champion-studded team to pull it through the second and final day of action against the crram of Canadian and Mexican j^olf. Harvie Ward of Tarboro, N. C., teamed with Ken Venturi of San Francisco «nd Sam Urzetta of East Rochester, M. J., with Joe Gagliardi of Larchmont, N. Y., to stack up four points yesterday. Canada collected- three points and Mexico two as a pair from each nation opposed two others In three "six- some 1 ' matches. And each duo played a single ball, alternating on shots. Today the teams were matched in singles, each man playing 1 two others over the 38-hole route on the Seattle Golf Club's 8,832 up and el-own yards. at least two of his lop competitors met misfortune. Julius Boras, of Mid Pines, N. C.. the game's leading money win' w ooo coo o--i )! oon ooo 1--3 L- ju i ^ f -j " t 4u "i . i wno in mrn surrendered 10 cor- B/--ram. nm--vma. Hitchcock t, him the lead Friday at the start ; , makino hi«i IfHh Hiinparnnm B y rd - DiMigglo, Goodm«n 2. c?rn«rt K U n h 4 5C Ci" d Onen d "L?? ftTM I ^ *$M C TM*S?%XS%\ L ^g^£, u g*l?Vfc Kansas City Open golf tourna- j u, rc ,,, n j t i,, 5S j nn |- nRS O f , T u C f f o r Fhiiiiidphlf 7. Boiinn is. BB-nrn- ment. j Hit Dorlsera after Johnny Huthur- JfTM* 1 '· B '' r S ^ ?°- B . ro i° WI !' 1 2 ; Middlecoff was one stroke bet- ford had been knyocd. K^^UM"VemrTM»Vo"ffo ter than four other shooters "".LJi,'* ' · r *^f l r " J.-..-. _,, -Brodow.hi « in J'., inninn; Mr- KtW YORK I ···OHLVM I rferniott 4 In Sli. HnP-Byrd (Kvcr.l. . "". "I !·,, «h t h. winner--McDsTmotl 17-11. Lo««r--Byrii 2» 4 (I 0 Hecjf. a 4 (I 1 t i]{MO) ^ l i--:ox. :ih 5 0 i i . . Ih 2 n 0 Robinson. 2b 4 1 2' phllnrti Tho'pson, :!h 2 1 l . C p u n c l l f t c 4 1 1 Rhoct(..^, If 4 1 1: ShubB. U ner, flared to » 4 over par 70 and . iSm*"' M 4 o ilrSik"' ri ... . . . ^ J b ord, ,, _. of Fnyettevllle. Both cn ·wtrt his All Amerlrrn pl»yin| rtnyi at i d°ma|ed. "" ' Yile In the ISIOn. ' i Uco.iu Sl«!e, chtrf«d with His first ro;i"hing job wns Ht I speedinf, 1 , wns fined 57, as wert Springfield. Mns«.. YMCA col-1 two other drivers charge* with leee. Aftof t'"n yonrB there, he jpeedlnir, Charlen Grave* ind moved we^l to become the first i '-^h;ird Pmvcll. . Dark, sfl ' Corwin, p ! Tolals ?,tt 4 G ToWU Uoyd Mangrum of Chicago, with- Wejtrmn. c .1 o ziHorigej, drew nee.TM, of nines,. j JJvarf. c , 0 0 ; RuthYfo The four day meet of 72 holes i wnTielm. p over the 8.208 yard Milburn Country Club course is scheduled to end Sunday. Boros played a steady even par 36 going out, but his chips- were erratic and the putts short on the back nine for a 40. Mangrum, who complained nf illness before start of the meel, .1 l 1 4 0 ? 4 o t 4 0 0 i 2 0 J 1 0 0 0 0 1 ) 0 0 0 r 3 n OAMI . (MO 010 001--2 (t fl Bnjton .. DOT ZOO OH--4 ^ II Ninon iWPl. Kinder init wilb»'; NcwitDm (LP), Hooptr Ami Ajtrnlh, Ke*» ·» with MM Mam rrU Ho TtMKS iaWf a-- Filed out for Rutherford In 6th. b-- Walked for Roe in »ih. NEW York ....... .... 100 003 ODD-- 4 Brooklyn ........ 000 (10:1 000-- 5 F -- Rpt-3c. Rhode*. RH1 -- Tnomrwon, WeJsrtim 3. C»mp«n»1In. Snlrt^r. Pkfko. '^B-- Thompson. W««trum. Shuh», Cox. S-- Lockman. M«tlle, Rccsc. DP-Thompson, Williams and Lockpnn 3; , Roh1n*on, L t f t -pulled OUt after nn OUtRoing 41. Ne\v York S, Brnoklyn 8. BB--Ma*Hr HP -wa^ nvnr nar nn f»arh n't i h n '· Cnrwin 1. R n t h e r l o r d 4. SO--Mag- Me was over par on each ot the Ue ., rorwin i. nuthrrford 4. Rnf j first four holes. ·. no--Mnrlic 7 In S innlniu monc out in fithi: Wilhelm 2 in «: Cnrwin 2 I n 4 : Rutherford r, m r.; HOC o in 3. R rt --MflRlIe 2-2. Wiihlm 1-1. Corwin 0-f). Rutherford 4-4. Ho* 0-0. Winner--Mnj- lie f!?-. 1 !). Losf-r--Rulhfrrord I4-n), U-Gormin. Bnrllck. Ball«nfAnt »nd Don- atelll. T--.1:11. A--1«.592 (piid). Phillies Use St. L o u i s - m - T w o booming! Dl'dVeS ET1"OTS home runs by Ralph Kiner--his: 28rd and 24th of the season--each j f*i f 0 TV/ * comins with two outs and one on, I fOf /-") VV til gave tht Pittsburgh Pirates a 5-3 ' ' Kiner's Homers Sink Cards, H victory last night over the St. Louis Cardinals. Murry Dickson went all the way (or the Hues, defeating Joe Prcsko. The Pirates were trailing 3-1 rhiladcll)hia-WP)-The Philadelphia Phillies took advantage of a Boston error yesterday and bunched six of nine hits into a pair of Gl the _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ .. _. _. , victory over the Detroit Tigers! almost assures him another look- I Roberto Morris of Mexico a .-.. , n p ._ nr ., . yesterday. ; i n e over bv f-e Wn?hin?ton Sen- ' ther v/ltli spectacles, \von the | Dick Groat Grissom, ijigsr reject, gave u p | ators in Florida next snrin?. heart of the crowd from the start him,' Kiner in the eighth when, with two outs; innings to win. 5-3. Warren Spahn All the kudos didn't go to the · ?? d " ma " P""TM 1 , vl f. ? wal . h -i was the loser and Huss Meyer the U. S. players yesterday. Little! ^'R ^""''f'f 'fe ball ,nto the; winncr . - - ,, fnii ] i(-ii Lciiicrnciu uicdcncr,s 10 lie two singles In the third and other in the fourth, to win his I This is Sima's eighth seajnn In w tth his srcat recovery shots and . Grlssom started the ncaisn ' " r ° ba " S '- e ^ '"' M a h w a h -! deadly putting Teamed with Per- ed hut · N- J " anrt '* ! nis '"*' anf ' Th " ! c y Clifford, he kept fighting back : "'- " : - '" " K! " --' --' ' a«ainst the Frank Stranahan- Charlie Coe combination and the winner since 1M7 and the second i Canadian oair of Nick K. Wesloek 10 hits off him in the three games i 25-vietory m,rk is his next goal. he has faced them. i A1 K Chattamisa's first 20-j-am? winning i Finrlly it was his birdie putt on the 36th that closed out the match ______ ........... _____ .. Ribinion, Ib 4 0 HDropo, Ih Mele. r f 4 0 2'Snuchock. If . i o n 3 0 0'Bntt.t r 3 o n .1 0 o:F«deroff, 2h ^ n i 0 0 O'H'uttrnian. p 2 0 0 T 0 0 4 0 I! 4 0 i 0 1 0 0 0 0 37 2 7 To la Is 31 0 1 . Rivera, rf Johnson, c lollir. c fWrliht Mlrinda, u Ortsiom. p TiBrOwn Aloma. * Total* ·--Popped out for Johnson In ilh. b--X»n for GrUiom in 10th. c--Oroundtd oui for B»t» in inih homer--the best long ball mark Chlcito 0000000002--2 , n t v, r ]«apiip Bttrolt coo MO ooo o-o i ·"_. lea s"«- · I--Hodrijuei. RBI--rnu · 2B--Rnb-: Five sinrles were all that Birm- Ijjon. Griiiom \vjrtz. -'B-Fox. s- i jnqham could get off Milo John- Houllemin. Utt--Chlojo I. Detroit I ·· . . ,.,*. .,, ,,,,,. n . . t. »·--CrU-om 2. Houlttm'n ' SO-- 9°n. And, five Is all Little Rock GriMrtm 4. Houtteman 7. HO--O?t«oni ! roulri pet off Johnny Mackinson. 3 In I Inning*: Alnms II In I: HoutIP- o..i r :iji PAJ.!, himrh»H i h n f r c rnun T In 7,1 R fc ER-Houllcmnn 2-3. Bl "- 1 ;' 1 "'' . 1(ocl i Bunched theirs Winner--Gri.nom 17-71. Loser-Hon'lr-· p-npcrl". Little Rock has won 15 rally with a double. He moved t h i since 1035. Only nine Lookouts i an( j phj] Farley, third on Hector Rodriguez' sinnlpj Nn'e v/on 20 nr more since the and Fox drove the ball over: Southern was founded. Johnny ^ ^ '° TM" ^\ t^^^XJ^ ^ «- Mexico its two point, ,or Losing pitcher Art Houttemcn | Dbis . , 2 .s. Chsttanooaa now is lhe a " y - Sn^tt'S.^^,^^!^ ° ne - ha ' r ga TM ° Ut ° f ""' on in the 10th. P T^ t. .., i , , ! cntc»*- r D*trait o : seldom has Atlanta looked so ; CHICAOA i DITROIT b^d and r eHom bas Memnhis hil ( ·RrliuM. 3b" b 4 ' 'licr.lh. cf "''1 0 n ' e" =° well. Tin Chicks got M hits i Kranlch. 3b 0 0 0 Peiky. KS 4 0 1 nnrt Inorounnly whipped t^p M°no» b |f s?J'w" t ir 1z£ . ld rf 3b 2 o { ^raekers. Memnhis is now .noon - · · . . - . . o l ) ncrconlnsn nointf o u t o f t h e first 'livision. The victory was Mom- n'lk' pJRhth in nine Kames in At- I n p f a . 1 Now Orleans defeated Nashville. 5-3 and Little Rock shut- George O'Donnoll von his fi f th without interruption for New Orleans and Dsle Long hit his 29th .o Boys Club Weekly Card AUK. 15 Mif'^it League All-Stars vs. i'rairh Grovo at 7:00 and Seniors vs. Prairie homer that \vns a mile high and barely carried into the leftfidd stands. (·("·tan* I, M. Lwll I HTTJ1URCM ! IT. LOUIS ah r h «b r h Koah'ek. .Ib n rHcinus. ss s 1 Z Groil. ss 5 2 2 Srhnin'it. 2h . 1 0 0 Btll. rf s 0 0 Miulil. cf .1 n 0 Kln«r. If 5 2 2 : SIUKlllcr. rf 4 0 II Garas'a. c 2 0 1'H. Rl«. I I Walls, cf 2 0 0 Bengon. rb aMt'kovlch 1 0 0 -Tohnvin. .1 Davii. cf 2 n 0'Ulster. Ib MeMon. ?h 4 0 O'n. Rice, c Bar'ome. Ih 4 1 2. "rf.'ko. p Dlckion. p 4 0 0 ; Yuha.t, p I 'Lowrey Totals 38 . F i 9 Totat.1 1 0 0 3 I I 1 n ii 4 0 0 n i 2 I ) 0 n n 1 o o S3 3 [ r.ih · -- Grounded out for Walls in h-- Grounded out for Yuha* in Pittsburgh . . . . 001 oon o?o 2--5 St. Louis. . nai noi inn n-- 3 E-- None. nBI--Ko'shorek. K-ner 4 Hemm. S'auBhlrr. Berwon. ^B Ht- nuu 2. HR-- Brnson. K l n r r 2 SB-M t M J M l S-- Prp«ko. Left-- Pitlsbiirih 7 St. I^onti 4. PB-- Dickon 3. Pre^ko 4 Willie Jones, slick fielding third baseman for the Phils, get a new National League record by piny- ing his ,1.15th «;amc without nn error. Stan Hack set the old mark in 1942. The major league mark w«s set by Willie Kamm who went 75 games without a rniscue Tor the Chicago White Sox back n 1!28. BOSTON I. PHILAOILPHIA lib r h" ab r b .Itlhroe. cf 3 0 3 : R y a n . 3b 3 0 0 'JijTan. «s S 0 r H.ihhurn. cf 4 0 1 "omcon. Ih 6 0 0 Clark rf 4 1 2 sooner, c s l 2 TTnnl*. If 4 2 1 4 0 OIHamnftr. ti 4 1 1 3 I O'.TonM. 3b 4 1 2 4 I l'',op*tn. c 3 0 0 .1 0 I'V'nltku!. I b .1 r I 3 0 0 Meyer, p 3 0 0 . ordon. If Thorpe, rf *t»1hr-vvs. S ·v.timer. 2b Soahn. p noir. P »»xnleli Tot mis CHICK SPECIAL HCAVT MIXED ARKANSAS trailer Hatektry YOU KNOW I WHSH GLENMORE niNiucirr snuKwr MUMON ClfNMOM DltTIUIRIEt COMPANY · lOUISVILLf. KENTUCKY 0 o o: 1 0 0' 3ft 3 ft' 32 ! Ill "Don Starts Hit Vacation Monday-So I'm Going to be Your Carrier-Boy Again" . . . SO~-rlck?on 3. Prnko 7 MO-- " I In fl ~ PIckion . i inntnm: Yuhn.t o in ' . Prr«kn s-S. A F.R o-n . l.iwrr-pr-- Grove at 8:30, at rair winnrf--bick-c'n' Grounds. I kn (7-«l. U--Oueoll.'"VarnVk'e V n d Auf. 18--"Little World Series" Ootti. T-2:!t. A-9,824. Giants vs. Yankee, at Fair Grounds at 1:30 p.m. Keep UK wit* the limn--rtaf litlly. n-- Grotmded out for Cole In Ith Bo«(nn ..... MO 0*1 210-S PhllRrtelnhia no« 0*.1 (Wx-- i K-Coootr. Jnnrs. nymi. RRT_W^1|. ttlM L', Knnfs. .!on". Jr:hrnp 2. M^t- hrwj z n - - l n s » n . Clnrk. 3B-- K n n I « M»«^ew«. DP-- Kpnhn, Losnn »n* Torgpsnn: Mulhewj. D'ltmer ind Tortt- »nn. T.efl-- Boston 10, Phlli1elnhl« 7 nB-- Snalm 3. Cole .1 Meyer 2 SO- Snahn 4. Cole 1. Mi-.ver J. HO-- Sn-hn 7 In « Innlnu: Cole .1 In Z. R * W- Cole n-0. Sn«hn s-3. Mtver .!.». rirnsr W'nner-- ^Tey«r So-hn i|In-"l T--0 W. Fl- man flUB) U-- Snnr. Frowp linrt Mur. T-a;20. A-JJ.M4. out of 22. BOW1. FOR HEALTH Jim Rpntnn Rowlinr ! anti. Ad« By The Afunrlited Prm San DiCKO, Calif. - Al Cruz, 124. Los Angeles, outpointed Freddie Uravo. 125, Tijuana, Mexico, 10. Albuquerque. N. M. - Charlie Salos, 153, Phoenix, outpointed Jesse Turner, 151. St. Louii, 10. EVERYTHING M FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. AVL Carver Goes To Tigers In Eight-Man Shift he has 17 home runs nnd has hat- ers. ted acrors 50 runs -- more than any Brownie ran claim. His hom- Garvrr, who reportedly couM St. Louis - M 1 ) - Bill Vecck's house cleaning of his St. Louis Browns finally reached hurler Ned Garver, sending the 20-gamc winner of last year to the Detroit Tigcru for outfielder Vic Wertz in Others transferred In the deal · pres.-ed disappointment over an elirht-mnn waiver shift. ! were outfielder Jim Delslntj nnd : move. Vceck hart a difficult decision to relief hurler Dnvo Mudifon from "That's the first time thla h«« in 1.1 ui i f *v nil. I (III i 1(11111. 1113 IIU1M* . , ers have won many of the Timers'. h a v c hc!n sold f n r ^"W on up few victories. at the start of the season, ex- his make in the deal which was completed .vesterdny. Carver was the only Brownie brishl spot with hlj 20- 12 record s the club finished lail In Amerlcin LMfue list yttr. SI. I.ouls to Detroit Knrlier In the i come to me," he said in Clcve- week, hut part of the fame pack- «ge, pitchers Marlln Stuart nnd Dick Llttleficlct nd outfielder land. "I don't know Just how 1 fool yet. It kind uf knorks you out." . was tht l\(,\ pitcher In tht tut 21 yeir« at mijor iMfue b*ll l« turn such · trick with · Ulltndtr. But t h i rlfhthandtr hain't jliown my (Ire with Juit ttven trlumyhi »ni 10 \auts thli year, inrt the f|owni dttniritcly need powir it tht plitt which Wtrtt miy lupply. Althoufh hiltini only .244 now, tht I Don Lenhardt moved to St. Louii I Wertz, on the other hand, scem- ' from Detroit, and Detroit picked i cd pleased, up pitcher Bud Blielt from t h e ; "I RKintd I I frames just like H« Browni' firm In Sin Antonio. Tht shifts hid to be for the 110,000 wiiver price ic tridlns between turns tndi by leteuc rule eich June 15. Since !he clubs Involved *re it tht bottom of tht Hut and Jumped out of tht ctl- l»r," he liufhed, rtferrlnj to St. Louli' hlghtr stinctlnf. "From what l heir I will like worklni for Vteck. 1 think I'll hit btttrr In St. Louie. itaMlnit--St. Lsult itventh, De- "I lw«y Ilktd th«t bill pirk-- trolt tlfhth -- they hive f i r s t , th»t rliht-center field ftnei In t crick it inyone offered on wniv. I good tirget." · THIS actually happsns in mcrs cases than you may Imagine. For most parents realize that serving a spare- time newspaper roulo is on all-important part of a modem boy's education--and they are anxious to help him succeed with hi* lirst business venture. They know lhat having a route ideally satislios an can- bilious boy's desire to earn his own money, buy his own things and spand up his savings program Also, that it adds valuable training to his regular schooling - and aids him to becomo moro manly, soil rahant and resourailul. That's why parents pitch in gladly when a carrier-boy needs assistance with his newspaper route--just as they do in hi.i many other activities in connection with Khool church, iporta and hobbles. They're happy to have a hand in holping hjm derelop th* habltt, tahntf ar.d iklllt Mich lead to suecoae and good dUmuhip! NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Dor* VtHJR Son Hxvt a Route? If not, urgt hlro to ··· ii thtrft'i not optn In your !». calif/. A p p l y to cur C i r c u l a t i o n D*pl.

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