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Boys Club Teams Win One, Lose One To Prairie Grove Fiyettevllle Boys Club's learns divld{d a double-header w i t h Prairie Grove last night as the Midjtt All-Stars rallied to take the opener 8-7. The senior team bowed to the visitors, 8-15. More than 300 persons turned out for the double-attraction and were treated to t sparkling first game at the Midfets (14 years of age and under) fought an uphill battle scoring live runs in the last half of the final inning to gain the decision. Jimmy Estei gained the victory In relief of George Alexander. Estes also had the distinction of getting on base each of the three times he appeared at the plate. Kenneth Bohanan came through with the payoff blow in the final frame; driving home the eighth run. Bill Meyer smacked a home run v.'ith a mate on base in the first frame for Kayetteville. The losing pitcher was Geiger. Leading batters for the Prairie Grove juniors included CornwcH and Clark, each getting three hits in three tries. In the senior game the local team tried to duplicate the Mid- gets' feat of rallying in the final inning for the victory. And it miirht have worked had not Prairie Grove been so far ahead at that point. The visitors led 15-4 as the last frame rolled around and although Fayettevllle managed to score five runs the Prairie Grove loam was in no serious danger. Travis and Charles Moody served as the Fayetteville battery with errors contributing in larse extent to the Boys Club's downfall. Brooks gained credit for the victory, assisted by Bob Hirrtll's.blg bat which accounted for four hits in five trips to the plate. ISPORTS Rams Outplayed By Stars, But Win, 10-7 «0«THWiST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FayBtttvilfe, Arkamw. Saturday, August 16, 1*52 Giants, Braves Split, Bums Lose; Tribe Gains On Yanks SPORTS ROUNDUP Chie«go-yP)-It's not true that · the best-playing team always wini. Seldom has a football squad looked so superb In defeat as the College All-Stars did Friday night. In tacking up a 10-7 decision on the Scoreboard by bunching all their points in the last quarter, the Lot Angeles Rams looked like anything but the National Football League champions they'are. Most observers thought they didn't deserve to win arm were lucky to do It. The 19th game In the all star ·tries was a game of breaks--all bad ones for the All-Stars. At the start, the All-Stars pulverized their ponderous foes in two drives of SB and 49 yards. The firtt featured Bab Farilli's lateral to Hugh McElhenny of Washington for 22 yards. It carried to the Rams' 19. where Parilli lost the ball on a fumbte. . The second was highlighted by Parilli's 17-yard run and a 13-yard pait from the Kentucky quarter' back to end Bill Howton of Rice. It ended on the Rams' 25 when Parilli fumbled. Parilli lost the ball again in the third after completing a SB-yard aerial play to McElhenny that sent the All-Stars to the Rams' 10. In all, the collegians fumbled away the ball five times, Los Ang=)e.s none. Parilli broke loose for a 40-yard dash in the second period that set up the All-Stsrs 88-yard march to a touchdown. | The Rams outgained the All- Stari 170 to 104 yard* In the air | with 1! piss completions In 37 attempts. The All-Stars, topped by Parilli's 88 yards and McElhenny's 88--each in seven carries-- Outgained th t pros on the ground 178 to 107. Particularly impressive were the collegians' pass defenders, John Petitbon of Notre Dame, . Ollis Matson of San Francisco, and Bobby Dillon of Texas. Lookouts Bounce Info First Place In Southern Race By The A»ocltt*4 Prest Look where the Chattanooga Lookouts ire roOftinj -- right on " top of the Southern Association. And, furthermore, some added help--mtybe big help -- is coming from the parent Wishington Sent tore. , Chattanooga opens Its most im- portint series tonight with a dou- ble-heider against Atlanta -- the te«m which relinquished first place to th Lookouts last night. ' Chatttnoofa whipped Mobile, 74, last night while Atlanta was loiirig ifaln ta Memphis, 4-3. Memphis won a muchly deserved firtt division 'position on the victory over Atltnta and on Mobile's defeat. Mobile tumbled into th« second division. Six Memphis hits tnd two exptnslve Atlanta errors won for th* Chicks. Nashville won from New Orleans -- another ex-first place te»m tlong with Atlanta and Mobile -- on Allen Worthington's five-hit pitching. The score was 6-1. Birminghim and Little Rock hart an Idle, night. Douglas, Barber, Middlecoff Tied In K.C. Totirney Kansas City-(/P)-Three veteran eamp«i(n*n wert tied for the letd. But it least 20 pl«yor« had tht feel ef th« course 'at the start of third round play In the J15.000 Ktnus City Open Golf Tournament Saturdiy. Defending champion Gary Middlecoff, of Memphis, Tcnn., who set th« first round pace with a 5- uniJer-p«r 67, was tied yesterday by till Dave Douglas, Newark, D»I., and dapper little Jerry Bar- btr, Pasadena, Calif. Both DOUR- l»l ind Barber posted 67s, while Mlddlecoff got around in fift. That Uft Ihe bl* (hrcc with 135 itrokes for 3« holes, nine under p*t for the 8,208 y«rd par 72 Milton Country Club course. flight nn the he*ls of the leaders wii Ed "Porky 1 - Oliver, the like- Iki* round mun from Lemont, III., wlto fat « 01 to io with his open- lot M nd ))?. Julius Boras, the Nttioail rut ·World" chsmplon who has timed mere than M4,flOO thin ye«r, shot Ik* brolllnit hot count in 71 for j hilfwiy 147, i doten shots off tht l«d BorM contlnutd to hold tk* hi««st jslltry, but h« needtd Miuttianil round Uturdsy to «tt inM compctllion. U.S. Gains Slim Win In Cup Matches SiattIc-(/P)-Oolfdo-n's newest Baseball Games Too Long, Jays Talbot In Open Letter To Frick By GAYLE TALBOT New York - (/Pj - Letter to Baseball Cornmissiancr F o r d Krick. My dear Ford; This is getting plumb ridiculous, the length of time they're taking to play the average biir league game nowadays. Maybe you were there the other day when the Giants and Dodgers dragged out a Jacobs In Tie For Junior Golf Lead trophy, the American Cup. be- j normal nine-innins contest for np- longed today to the United States! proximatcly three and a half ?.TK Dwa " ? ·TM. un « Et - r known a?; hours. That is cruel punishment poised* V'wlv 5 »£ ye! 0 ! f ° r f, 'TM l ," f "T "*"»· tsrday over Mexico and Canada ' full - v realize that the umpires! shot par nn the Eugene Country Th* final sbore after two days' °' bolh -caaucs arc under insiruc- I of play was 12 points for the U. S., | lions in try to speed up play and j t\vecn a 10-year-old- Florldmi and | a 17-ycar-nld C a l i f n r n i n n . I Donald "Scotty" Kraser of Pnn- j ama City is the Florida youth. He Perfect Game Registered By Buffalo Hurler Baltimore - (/P) - Dick Marlow's shortened stride look him a long way -- to a pitcher's dream: a game with no hits, no runs', no walks, nobody on base. The Buffalo righthander tossed the perfect game in racking up 8 2-f) International League victory over the Baltimore Orioles here last night. It was only the second perfect game in the history of the league, and the eighth on record in the history of professional baseball. Marlow, a tall, soft-spoken 23- . ,,.. . year-old who has been in pro ball "' Windsor, Ont bumped lean wno got caught In a couple only five years, couldn't get very I y"? r ' le "0 * or Oklahoma City 3 those post-midnight dimes and excited about it. ' ^ ' ' Hlrin'l prl hnmn linlll arnimH "-Til "I knew I had a no-hitter ih the! Thesl1 u P sets were too late after I ,, n ' Rcl homc un '" a r o u n d ~ M top of the seventh, but I dirtn'li '" Boy " 2 1 - y e a r - o l d Ken, · " . ' Vcnturi of San Francisco hart 5a - v never again. If they ve Rot to whipned two opponents to put! watch-a pitcher posture and pope the U. S. clouters on the victory! for a minute or two between each trail. Although they split with throw nnrt watch the rival man- Csnada, thf winners came w i t h i n ; azcrs demand an examination nf to equal Jacobs' performance. That one match of making t ck-an; the ball every time one of their I save Scott a 220 tolnl, three be- sweep over Mexico in six contests, batten, _ , ! ,, ' . , and m | sscs w h v | bind the leaders. Thfit loss, too, was an upset. New York Giants Is searchins the Pnln Grounds today for John Mr- Grnw's book entitled. "How to Beat the fining Out of the Second Division Teams." McGraw won pennant* for the Giants by rolling up over-whelming margin! against thr lower echelon teams of the National LcaRue but the men of Durorher are f i n d i n g the Poor Richards tough customers. The Giants nf 1952 have looked like chimps against Hie pace-sot- t i n g Brooklyn Dodgem and third- place St. Louis Cardinal*, t a k i n g 21 o( 3.1 decisions from the two. but against the last four tennis in the lenjtuc. Chicago. Boston, Cin| cinnnti and Pittsburgh, the Olant? I have 'mbanaxed to win only 30 while losing Jfl. I (flints Blow Chance I The Ginnts olew a fine nupor- I (unity Friday to aaln a bic chunk of ground on (he Dodgers by innings the most Shantz hai allowed in a ulntle game this yur. The A'l wiped out a 3-4 deficit with a six run splurge in the fifth, TontHown Loses To Gentry, 13-4 ! Tontito'.vr.-(Specl«I)-Tht Tont^ , . · lto"/n Grapers were smothered by rai«f Mount ; , h(! O f n t r y ,| erc h»n!s in an Oiark Harry Simpson tripled home j League «,»me at tl» Jentry ball Ray noone with one out In the ' part Thursrfii- night, 13 to 4. 12th in brnt the Browns at Cleveland. The Browns enjoyed a 1-2 lend entering a f i f t h when I.uke Raster poled a three-run homer. The tmllntu tied It up in t n e eighth. SalrVI Paige win the lo«er and Early Wynn the winner In r». Rr RALPH ROUEN i oulliattd Washington 11-1. Chlcn- Asa*clafr4 Preaa 8*r1« Writer j go and Detroit were not sched- Mannser Leo Durocner of the j u i w l Grey-beards Enos Slaufhter and Al Hrar.le teamed up to give thr C»rd the nod over the Pirates. The 37-year-old Bratle hpltl the imi!«» over the final three and t h e Sfi-yenr-old V.iiwiht"!- slMglrrl home Rerl Schnendlenst with two out In is- seventh inning with the winning lief. Bnhhy Shunt?., the majors' big- test winner, suffered hi* harden! Inclng of the season but managed to go all the way to post hl« 2l.il Eugene. Ore. - f/P) - The f i n a l ' n f ground on Ihe Dodgers hy ! w ' n | or ·'!« ·*'*· Tnf Senators IB-hole round nf the National I splitting a twI-niBht double-heart- I 7 1 '!f kM . B " hby for M hltl '"· Jayeee .lunior Clolf tournament I cr with the sixth place Braves j '""ling home runn by Jaiikle opens Saturday in a dead heal be- i while the Dodgers dropoed an 8-3 I J _ cnsrn ' * m Wood and Bd Yost Gentry scored three runs in the first inning ,-ir.d three In the second. captoli7.lnflr on four Graptr errors. Hager nf Tontitown hom- ered in the f i f t h inning.. Thi Gentry h»ll club wai led by pitrlirr Dorty who went «11 the v.-ay. taking the win^ Mitchell utartid li:r the Grapers. and was nll"Vf«rl hy BUI "Halllhan" Ftori In the scr-ond Innins. Mitchell wu the lo?er Tontl'.i.wn -.121 010 D-- 4 7 9 Gentry 3»2 004 1--13 14 1 but 5 for Mexico and 10 for a C a n a d i - | that the problem does not come an t-am that made a courageous: within your province. That is, it 'futile bid in Friday's singles wouldn't ordinarily. But our un- «. fi i \7 derstanding is that the commis- MsElroy of Vancouver knocked over husky Frank Stran- :iroy of Vancouver sloncr ha! broad powcrs , o acl ahan of Tolcda 4 arid 3. Jerry Kesselring of Kitchener, Ont.. whipped Harvis Ward In match that went 38 holes and Nick Weslock almost any matter where the jfoocl of the game is concerned, and this sure comes under that headina. A number of suburban friends j who got caught in a couple of Id n't pel homc until around n. tell me they've had it. They know until the game was over that there weren't any walks and no- tcdy got on base. "I didn't feet any different than in any other game," he said. "I don't think I tensed up much. just kept throwing them. My fast ball and my change ball were clicking. That's all." His teammates said his c-jrve ball and slider were greased up also. Both Marlowe and his roommate, Joe Frautt, w)io caught the perfect game, said a shortened stride developed the last few dayy was most responsible for Dick's improved game. He had a 6-7 record before last Club Friday. Tommy Jacobs of Monlebcllo in the Callfornlan. He came through in the pinch yesterday to tie Fra- scr at 217, although it took a birdie on the 18th hole to do It. Jacobs was two under par for the day with a 70. Unless there Is a complete blowup--which always is possible with players HS young ns these -- no one else appears to have a chance except Ken Scott, Rockford. 111., who is more noted for basketball than £olf performances. Little noticed al the start of the tourney, Scott has been improving every day. He came In with a 70 yesterday, the only one able decision to the Philadelphia Phillies. By winning both gamer, the Giants would have advanced to within fl'.i; gamer,; Instead they t r u l l by 7'4. Larry Jansen appeared to have the opener in the bug as he iiad a 2-0 no-hlttcr after seven Inning* but he lout his stuff and bowed. 4-3. Max Tinier pitched the Giants to a 3-1 triumph In the second game. The Cardlnah 1 trimmed Pittsburgh, S-4, In the only other.game. Cincinnati and Chicago were Idle. Tribe Gains Group* In the American League, the second place Cleveland Indians cut the front-running New York Vankeps' advantage to two games. The Indians nosed out the St. Louis Browns. 7-fi. in 12 innings while the third place Boston Red Sox nicked the Yanks. 3-2. The Red Sox trail by three and one- half games. In the remaining game, the Philadelphia Athletics The 14 hits and «*von runs were Mm BOWL TOR HEALTH Bnwllnt ¥3 Off Golf Clubs Special tiimmcr eleeranc* Wilton and SpoMinf Golf Club*, luy that new Mt now. B«*t pott of teason it y«t to eomt. loth lodict' and mtr-.'i Mt* in stock. Alio Itft hand. SPECIAL-Wilswi Golf Balls-49 ei. Lewis Bros. Co. Sammy Urzctta of Each Hochester, . . N. Y.. who disposed of Canada's! cha "'' Pete Kelly 11 and 10, was defeat-! ed by Mexico'! Percy Clifford, 2 and 1. A.« It was, the Canadians knocked over three of the country's topnolch players and enlarged the'question mark behind Ihey'll do it at home from an easy What you might dn is h a v e ! si^ns put up in each dressing! room and dugout reminding the I players and the managers thpt they ttill arc being paid primar- Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMIERS which opens a week's run Monday ' cuslomcrs ""d n ° l ln P ul on atl at 'l at the sam* Seattle Oolf Club! for thp television audience. Come course. In Stranahan the Canadi- j to think of it, you misht have a ans beat a former British. Ca- j sign lacked up in the umpires' I n d i a n and Mexican litlist in Ward, the current British amateur king, guess it's the' first perfect game, and in Ctw . the 1949 U. S. amateur anybody has caught lately" ; champ. Clifford s victory for Mcx- The "lately" was 30 year-. The ic ! accounted for the 1950 U. S night. Frautt. the stocky, little catcher, commented: "It's the 'first no-hitter I've caught in 13 years of ball, and 1 . last perfect game on record was pitched by C. C. Robertson of Chicago in a 210 American League victory over Detroit, April 30, 1922. Boys Club Weekly Card Aug. 16--"Little World Series" Giants vs. Yankees, at Fair Grounds at 1:30 p.m. Ai-crUi* in Uw TIMICS-- It B«7l titlist, Urietta. Fights Last Niqht By The Associated Prns Austin, Te.x. - Bobby Dykes. 1S2, San Antonio, outpointed Cisco Saenz, 155, Phoenix, 10. Naugatuck, Conn. - Irish Pat Mallane, 131, Union City, stopped Jerry Cartwright, 128, New York, 2. West Virginia University's new baseball field, modeled along big league lines, seats 1,700 fans. It eventually may be improved to accommodate 4,000. sign lacked up in dressing rooms, too. You mlRht find It difficult as an old-time baseball writer to believe that the current crop of athlete?, especially pitchers, are out there mtigging ahd stfuttine for the wives and kiddies. It's almost too juvenile to credit to a sport once distinguished by the amount of catlng-lobacco its heroes could consume, nut, so heln me. commissioner, it's the awful truth. If you doubt it. ask any of your old writlne friends who has lo sil out there day after day and watch the boys ham it un. ,Thcv prac- tirally have no home life anymore. CITY HOSPITAL MMIM 1100 6AS. HMM 11*0 tec«UNTHi« ···iim ·utmiM ·***··· ·"· ' · · · TRAIN FOR CIVn MRVKX JOM SECRETARIAL - tTARDAHD COURBE8 FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE, AltKAMAl PHONE (3 H. a DAVlt, PRO. CITY WATM PUNT. Finn* HI UOHT AND POWM. Ph«M MOO. NMUIAHCf FtRf. Pb*n* 1% routs. ««rr» uin AUTO KAI$ * MMK)* SHOP AutomobiU Olu ImliU«4 aim T.blw -- Pltlt Olitt -- Mlrron Mirror RexUvvring, Oltfli Furniture Top* ALL WORK GUARANTEED » W«t HUadow. Phen* 2790 Headed For The Brownies One of them, Rud nennie of t h e Herald Tribune, let his feelinp.s show throu?h after that non-lele- vited (tame between the Yanks and Boston. Rud wrote that, in the absence of video. Allie Reynolds did not make a "production" of each pjlch and that it was, in consequence, a comparatively fast name. He meant that it lasted only two hours, 28 minutes. Actually, this was a sort of bum rap for Reynolds. The Chief norrr,- *!ly screen tests somewhat faster than some of his pitching mates. By common consent nf the writ- [ ers. the champ is old Satch Palce j of the Browns. A follow from here I held a stopwatch on Satch recent- ' i ly and he says that in one instance ! the veteran consumed one minute and 28 second* between the time thp hall landed hack in his glove and when he let It go again. As you and I know, a flood, fast- working pitcher needs only between six and 10 seconds to get the signal from his catcher and let 'er fly. 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