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Redskins Lose Three Ways: Todd Quib, Justice Breaks Wrist, Rams Win, 45-23 , HONEST GOVERNMENT IN Los Angeles - (flj . This is the* day the Washington Redskins start over. They lost.another exhibition football garne- last night, but i couple of much more serious things happened to them. They lost Charley Choo-Choo Justice, their offensive star, and their head coach, Dick Todd. Justice broke his wrist, and will be out from four to six weeks. Officially, Todd quit to altand to his firming interests in Crowell, Tex. Unofficially, there was talk that he and the Redskins' owner, George Marshall, were at odds ovtr the 3S-0 beatinj? from the San Francisco 49'ers last Sunday. Todd's announcement said he asked to be relieved before the Lot Angeles Rams hung a 45-23 licking on his team last night. The news came out moments after the Chisox Use Speed In Taking Third In Row From Yanks, 4-1 final gun. Marshall said a successor will be picked today. There were reports that the head man's job has been offered to aging- Sammy Baush, starting his 16th pro season. But Baugh told reporters he isn't interested. Justice distinguished himself with one of the finest performances the Coliseum ever saw before he snapped his wrist. To the cheers of 87,582 fans he piled up 199 yards in 11 ball-carrying tries. Most of the yardage came on runs of 49, 53 and S3 yards, all start- in? deep in his own territory. Each time he looked to be in the clear, but the Rams' fleet defensive half, Herb Rich, ran him down. -It was at the end of th 63-yard gallop, when Rich tossed him out of bounds, that his \vrist snapped. Justice blamed himself: "I tried to straightarm Rich and I never should have done it. It was the first time I ever tried to do it in my whole football career." The Rams Norman Van Brocklin tossed four touchdown passes, and set up a fifth score. Bob Wa. terfield set up the sixth tally with three passes, and booted a field goal and six conversions. Aside from Justice's three long jrallops, the game's biggest sensation was provided by a local boy, ex-Southern California halfback Johnny Williams who dropped a Ram kickoff, retried it and scooted 100-yards for a score. Mizell Pitches Cardinals Past Tribesmen, 3-2 St. Louis-m-Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell, rookie lefthander Jo; the St. Louis Cardinals, pitched the high-flying Birds to a 3-2 decision over the Boston Braves last night. It was the sixth win row for the Ftedbirds * New York - /Hj - The Chicago White Sox used superior speed yesterday to defeat the New York Yankees, 6-1. It was the Chicagoan's third straight win over the Yanks, who tried to use a second string pitcher for the third straight lime ind failed. j Rookie Tom Gorman started I and lost the game in the first in- I nine; for the Yankees. In t h a t ! frame he saw three rung cross the i plate as a result ef nlow fielding, a pair of hits and three walks. Gorman walked two men in a row I with two men on base to force in i the third run. | As an example of the way the SPORTS' NORTHWEST AIKANSAS TIMIS,, Ark.nxn. Friday, August 22, It 12 PITCHING MEDIOCRE, BUT... Pale Hose Skipper Sees Yanks As American League Pennant Winner Miiell's seventh straight. Warren Spahn was th? losing pitcher, jiving up 10 hits. Spahn was in charse in seven of the eight frames he pitched ... Sox ured their speed asainst the nd I Yanks: In the third Jim Rivera walked and then raced to second and on to third as Shcrm Lollar bunted. The Yanks failed to no- Rivera racing around thc Kc.rt.Tbuth* war touched taE « and mode an ea ' y « nd ""- for five hits and three runs In the! urel ' P»y ·' first b " sc firth inning and that proved his Blll ' Pierce, ace of the Chisny. undoing. Mize.ll limited the Braves to five hits and blanked the visitors the last eight frames. Sid Cord'-., homered with a man on in thc first inning to account for all the Bos- Ion runs. ·I. L-.I. j. MdtH j ·OITON | IT. LOIMI ab r h ab r h Jethroe. ct .1 n 0 Hemus. as Loian. u 4 1 2 5'dienit. 2b 4 1 2 Torgeson. Ib 4 0 O'Muslal. cf 3 0 2 Gordon, If 3 1 liSlaushter, rl 3 0 0 Thorp*, rf 4 0 I'Lowrty, If 4 0 1 M'tht-wj, 3b 3 0 I'D. Rice, c 4 t I Stall. 2b 3 0 O'Glavlano. 3b 4 0 l 3 0 0'Siller. Ib 3 I · Spahn, p aCooper Juter. p Totala 2 o i Minn, p 1 0 0: 0 0 0 ' 30 2 5'Totala 4 0 0 a--Poped out for Spahn in Tlh. Boston ;oo 000 000--? St. LOUU ODO 030 OOx--3 E--None. RBI--Gordon 2. Hemvu. Schoendlcnit, L o w r t v. 2B--Sialtr. Schtwnditnat. HR -- Garden. SB -- SchcendlemL S--Slall. DP--M 11 c 11. Schoendlenat and Staler: Siatl, Lofan and Torfeson. reft--Boston 5. St Louis «. BB--Spahn 2, Jester 1, Mizell 3. SO--Mlrell 9. HO--Spahn 7 in 0 Innings: Jester 3 in 2. R Ac ER-Spahn .1-3. Jeitcr 0-0, Mizell 2-2. B-Juter. w--Mizell li-3). L--Spahn 111141. U--Goets, Ducoll. Secory. Warneke. T--3:11. A-7.M« (paldl. let thc Yanks down gently, giving up five hits and only one run which was unearned. Rivera -- who Cleveland gen- N'cw York - I/I'] - Despite his* team's three straight victories ov- I cr thc Ne\v York Yankees, manager Pnul Richards of the White Sox still believes the faltering World champions should win the American League pennant. "I'm not saying the Yankees will win it, mind you," he emphasized, "All I soy is thnt they could win it. But so can Cleveland or Boston. And don't count us out of it. We can win it, too. As B matter of fact, it would be no miracle Yanks Trip Giants For "Little World Series" Title, 12-4 The Yi.iikres mndc short v.-ork of FayeUev.l.e's "LHtlc World , to me if the Philadelphia Athletics ! f, c . ric f Wp f'' 1Csd; ;y, defealin* the oral manarer Hank Greenbers I wcrc to beat us alt out ; Giants for thc third s t r a i g h t time ·- ""·' -- - ' ' · wm the fh-'impionshlp, 12-4. Jo- (·II ·m- charged had been sold to Chicaso by the St. Louis Browns in ordei "Thc Yankees have the strongest lineup. Besides they've got thc to beat the Indians out of the i confidence and experience pennant -- ltd the Pale Hose to | champions. They don't tighten their victory over the Yanks. The the crucial games. They've been speedy outfielder hit two s i n g l e s ' a l l through this sort of stuff bc- and a double and scored a run. The line score: Chicago .. 301 002 DOT -- 6 9 1 New York .. COO 100 000-- 1 Pierce and Lollar; Gormi (LP), Miller and Berra. f · , . The series wns on n hesl-three-of- five games basis and the Oinnts, winners of the Midget League regular season championship, never seriously threatened the Yanks. John Sleele pitched the deciding game yesterday, topping Dor- SUftOUNDID iY CHIIRINO well-wishers. COP presidential nominee Den. Dwlfht D. Cla.nh.iw as a»*t (t UM Angrlea airport by vice presidential nomine* Senator Richard Nixon d e f t ) and Callfornla't dot. CM Wurrcn on thi general's arrival to address the Votarans of Foreign \V»ra encampment. Ik« prt*MU4 to the VFW a 10-polnt program lor pence, hone.t government und equality for all for in America "ckMav 10 our hearta." HttrM HERE'S A 'HORSE' OF A DIFFERENT SHAPE IN KOREA Grartd American Trapshoot Opens! Vandalia, Ohio-(ff)-More than 1,700 of the world's outstanding marksmen will battle- it out Fri- Cubs, Giants Split Games, 8-6 And 5-10 Nats Win Opener From Browns, 3-2; Drop Nightcap, 1-8 Washington-W-The Washing- Ion Senators and the St. Louis Browns divided a twi-night double attraction yegtcrday as the Brown They've got to get better pitch- ilghtcap. 8-1, game, 2-3. Chicago-(/P)-Early leads fneant day in trapshooting's most unprc- "iisaster yesterday as the Ne-,v. _____ __ dictablc event and for thc game's York Giants and the Chicago Cubsj then coasted in. most coveted championship-- thc divided a double-header, Chicago "·«M."ii.« I. Grand American Handicao. ' lnnl "S ""I " rst «" me Shooters from practically every rallied to take the n after losing the first __ Frank Shea outpitched Tommy Byrne In a battle of en-Yankees in th* opening tilt. The Browns managed to load the bases at one point, but couldn't get a run across. In the second game the Brownies moved to a quick 8-0 lead and antl ' w i n n i n g the New York the second, 10-! state in the union, Alaska. Can- ! 0 Jne Giants got off to a robust Youn'a 7 .'2b anrt 16^0 edge in thc opener Lwii 1 ST. LOUIt | WACNIHOTOH ab r h' ah r h ZarilU. If before . . , , . , . , ., ; Hank Sauer cot hot and ham- Hawaii are in the fight for thc mc ,. c(i two thferee . run ,, omcrs , 0 aria, the Canal Zone. Cuba SI.500 first prize and thousands in the outional untold erase the lead and help thc Bruins waser- ; w j n the game. w«rtz. rf Courtney, e Dyck. Sb Porter, cf G'b*rr.v, ih Mnrlon, si Marsh, sn In the second contest the Cubs Byrne. 4 I 0 Yost. 3h 3 0 HH'erleln. 21 5 0 .jJrnsrn, rf 4 0 1,Runnel*. H 3 0 l| Vernon. Ib .1 0 I'Busby, cf 1 0 0 Grasso. c 2 0 0 Shea, p n o o 1 0 0. 0 0 1 \ 2 S ToUts 2 0 ] « 1 I 3 0 0 3 0 1 4 1 2 .1 (I 0 them, then we fill might as we! 1 ' put out the fire and call the dog* j home. "Thc way I see it, the club that | will win thc pennant is the one I that can come up with a hot player. It doesn't matter whether that player is an outfielder, an inf|cld- cr, a catcher or a pitcher. "That's why T say you can't overlook those Athletics. They've jjot that hot player in Bobby Shantz. He gives thc rest of the team that drive, thnt incentive. The A's insinctlvcly play better hftll when he's pitching. Sometimes even a fellow like Shnntz on the bench can inspire a team. Joe DiMaggio was like thnt. ''That's also why you've j?nt to watch Luke Easter of Cleveland. He's their answer to thc pennant. He's hitting like mad risht now. If he keeps on hitting, the Indians should do it. He's a liability otherwise. He can't field-, he can't run. But if he continues lo hit like he did against us last week and is doing now in Boston, watch "out." 29 3 f:.vjy ing at the top event of the 53id j Grand American. | so t o/f to a good start, fcadin«j aKryhbsl In 52 years no man has been the Giants, 5-0 in the third. A t ! ^tVis .able to win the 100-larRet classic : that point thc Durochcrlcss m o n j . twice and no woman has ever tri- i put together a four-run, a two-1 «--HH into doublt play foi umphcd. But it has been won by a j run and another four-run inning I ^ ·{£ uls 14-year-old boy and 70-year-old ! t o wm S° ln S away. I Waihlngton'V .".."" no2 001 man, farmers, locomotive en- I A bucket load of odditic*' E-Marlon. Vernon Marsh. HRl- glneere, highway workers, garage | P°PP«1 »P during thc pair o f ; G°"dibSry 2B-Ho'd"rY3S H*iS?u mechanics, fur tranpers, sun club | sames with the use of beven sec-, ooidsbcrry. Buiby. Wood. SB-j«nttn operators, oil men , and others j TM? ba . sem - n b ' t h c two t c a m s i ^-^A 1 :,"^"* 18 - ,pP-Byr. n «. Youn, Tast* year Mike \Va.y1and, 18- j Ch; "" '· fSTsT oliir I i year-old Washington, Kan., high I --.--:.;--_~iv:" school student, shooting in the lti\Red Sox Slow ^Tribe's Flag : March, 4 To 1 Grapers Schedule Sunday Loop Till With Bentonville Tontltown and Bentonville will play an Ozurk League name Sunday afternoon at the Bentonville park. Thc Sunday game was brought | about by Toiltltown's annual Orapc Festival, now in progress. I The Drapers were slnted to play Lanagan. Mo., at the Tontllown baseball diamond this afternoon at 2 o'clock ns a part of the Grape Festival program. Either Mitchell or Arriernagni will oppose Bentonville'.i Hackman on the mound in Sunday's Oznrk League encounter, Tontl- town will be seeking toavenge n 10-fl defeat nt the hands of thc Benton County crew. WINMNO Uf TMI IlOt of a hill in Korea are tanks of "Baker" squadron of the Lori Strathrona Ham (t cclBbrnted cavalry outfit .1 on. time). The Canadian v.hlclw were headed to the mar after taking Vart la the henv/ fighting near tht front line. The lank, wen dut for o maintenance chtck (fntcmtllmtl) . . , »nd GoldJberry; M.r.h. Youn, ! Goldsbtrry: IIodeMeln IIodeM " "" d . ana iuni _ and Vtrnon NE » T.« K , eH,e.«o '' -' Klffi,V.'.TS?' i' 2 6 ii?I r B^n'e ln 3-!: first squad in a field of 1.682, fired I Rigncy. 2b i ' i.Mikita. :b " s 1 i': -s'^nM'r'l^B^ *!%"· v- a D9 which grabbed off the big | ^ lf11 JJ 1 "^'-.^ b S J ?. H'^aSkf' r / 4 ? ' i T-TMT"' McKln " r - r " 1! '- s '' v "". Priie. , | hWilW " 1 0 r J r l l c n a t . ' rf 0 1 0 ! A vcar ago the vounsster fired - Dark. M r. l .1. Saucr. ir 4 2 2 f m m ' j l varrk But IhU vear hp' ' L "* m «"- '" s 1 2'Atwell. c 4 1 U fiom 21 j i d s . But this iear ne.- Tholmon _ cr , , 2 fondy. Ih 4 0 0 back on -the 23. from where he Tho'pson. jb 5 o o Serena. 3b .T o i fired 3 KI In Thursdays prelim- Hanuw. r, 4 , . Sni^e,.. ,, j n , inary handicao dress rehearsal for J Ri 10 ri-« ;* * o i : K.!inj,M-in, p 2 o u today's big one. i wcsirum. c t i \\ \ ^. ....,,...,.,.. . .^..-^-^ I,,,, fc.i.,1,.--·.,. Janstn, p 1 1 0 . -- . " I W.lhrlm. p ( 1 0 0 HUDSON TUNE UP? COMPLETE OVERHAUL? SEE BOB HALL AT WHITHEY'S GARAGE pMueller I 0 0 · Connelly, p 0 U 0 i Totnla 3S 8 12'TotiU 34 t 10 *--Grounded out for Wilhftlm in Sth h--Singled (or Hofmin in 9th c--Grounded into force out for Hir- tuns in 9lh. _ _ _ _ . . .. Ncw York 32(1 100 000-6 Thurid»r'« Rtiulli C E-D«rk."Mlkjia"2;"At^fl, Ho 3 fmsn! J ChlcaRO 6. New York I. RBI--Thomson 3. Rj«nt,v, _fa«rk. S e - j Bo?ton 4. Clcevland 1. How They Stand (By Tht AtioclatH Prew) AMEMICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. New York 70 SI .571 Cleveland .68 51 .571 Boston ,__63 53 .543 Washington -- -.6.1 57 .525 Chicago . 63 58 .521 Philadelphia _ fin SB sn 3t. Louis-- 51 71 .41« Detroit _39 80 .328 Boston-f.-Pj-Thc Boston Red Sox slowed down Cleveland's niEireh toward the American League leadership yesterday by handing the Tribe a 4-1 beating. Sid Hudson fired a seven-hitter at the Indians to give the Sox a two to one edge Mobile Climbing Fast In Southern By The Associated Prr»« A week ago it was hard to predict just how far the Mobile Bears would fall in Southern Association standings. At the time It looked as though the Bears might go , ... - all the way. in the three-game series. «. . . u , Tht Red Sox scored their run;. , r TM° y ; TM r c s "° telling just one at a time, jetting the first in, 1 now nl * h *"* Bears may go. the first, then adding counters in! Mobile turned in another solid th= third, fourth and sixth. Hoot offensive performance last night Evers basted ai homer in thc sixth., «, D | ast Memphis. 13-5 A 14-hll The lone Cleveland run came; atUck , nd h , t , h| in the fourth on a pair of singles I fnr , h , ,,,,.. V , j Vt. S ^ and a long fly which scored Bobby! f" the Bears who led thc South- · · - · · · crn during much o f June b u t who faded fast as the season progressed. Indians, Yanks Name Aces For Series Opener New Yorli-(/P)-Two of basii'onU's Petty Fails hi Grand Handkap Preliminary Vnnrtalla, Ohlo-(/T).Julius IVIly of K'.uu.'fiirl, Arkansas' ncc marl;: irnn, WHS defeated yesterday In his n r best "money-pitchers." Mike Car- Wd f ° hr th ? l'" 1 """ 1 --"^ "··"""- rla nnd Allie Revnold,, toe the fir- "" ^ampion.hlp of th» 63rd Ing line today .-. the Ncw York Or ' n .? Am * rlc "" Trn P» ht ""Yankees anrl Clevel.nd Indians ' ,,,'"'/. b . r .°' ic . M ' ar * cl « ' roni !",* of it daughter Auguit 31 in City Hospital, i Mr. aaul Mm. Carl TitktM I Mr. and Mr«. Carl Tackttt at ' Sprlngdale announce Ih* birth; of a daughter Auguat 21 in Cltjt Mo- pltal. clash In the opener of a two-name series with first pluce 1 In the Amcr- ican League "t .-take, Thc Yanks, pscc-xctlprs since June M, enjoy a one-game advantage over the pennant hungry Indians hut would drop to :;ecomi llne to lend hnrpshouler?, hut wns edged out ·Washington 3-1. St. Louis 2-8, twi-night. lOnly flames scheduled,i on 3. Rl|n*,v, Dai 6 2B--Atweli. :B--nigncy, im--Thomson. Sauer 2. S--Jansen. Klippsteln. DP--Dark and Hofman. Left--New York s. Chlcaro s. BB-Minner l.-J«nsen I. Connilly I. Klipp- s'.cln 2. SO--Janaen 4. Connelly 1. Klipnstein 4. HO--Minner 6 In 1*3 Innings; Wilhclm 2 in ?i; Connelly o in I: Klippsteln I In 1\,. R ER-. Brooklyn __. 1.1 Minner 3-5. Janaen 7-5. Kllppittln ! New York __ 6!) l-n. Wilhclm 1-1. Connelly (Ml. W P -- j St t KHnpiteln. Winntr--Kllppitetn !»· Lour--J«tnen Ml-ll. U--Conlan NATIONAL LEAGUE Avila from third. ·»!·· 4. CHvlaM 1 CLIVILAN.'t BOITON ab r h' ah r h MitcheK. If 4 0 O.DIMagljn. cf . 1 2 2 Avila, 21) 4 1 1 Goodman. 2b 4 n I 4 0 rVollra«r. If 4 0 2 4 0 2 Thr'hprry. rf 0 n 0 4 0 1 Gernerl. Ih 4 n I 4 0 tl F.vir.l. rr-ll 3 I I 3 0 0 While, r 4 I n 3 0 I Lepelo. 3h 3 0 0 2 0 1'Lipon. an 3 0 1 1 0 0 Hudaon. 3 0 0 n n n 32 I 7: Totals by E. G. Bcckey of Rock Kalln, 111., for the lop poslt'on. Other Arkansas contestant! polled the follov.'lng »corts: C. W. Hulen of Hushes. M from Place, b, one percentage point by | %£TM "^ ^ ^"w. lo ' lnf - jSlinhe, Little Garcia has been Cleveland's Mrs. Julius Mr. and MM. William Sufen Mr. and Mrs. William Stnj*ra of FaycUtvllle announet UK birth of pital. a son Auguit 21 In City Hw- Ooby. cf Easier. Ih Uajcskl. h I £lmp:on. r( Boonc. fS Heaan. c Gromeh, aGlynn The victory leaves the f m i r t h - , Cleveland, place Bears only six games out of ' :'irst. First place Chattanooga look a hard 14-1 beallnR from last place mo»t successful pllchor in competition with thc Ynnks. Thc big bear, who has won 15 games and lost eight, has tiikcn thc world champion* three timc.i without a loss. Reynolds ( 1 5 - 7 ) has won two out of five decisions from from 21 yards. Births Mr. an* Mn. Jimw Mr. rnd Mrs. Jam« lowlaa K«yc.itvill» announe* tht birth of a son August 21 In City Hot- pilal. yards; "" ' no:k. H2 from )8;!l.t. and Mn. John A. GearlitH I'etly, Stuttgart, ( V , Second LI. rnd Mn. John A. I Gcarhnrt announce the birth of i [daughter, T«r«m, Au«uit I I , in . ni'oxi. Miss. Lieutenant Gearhirt j l - stationed ct Kesjler Air ram B"si- at Blloxi. Grandparents an i Dr. and Mrs. William J. Baerg lynn llkj. Totals 31 4 s l.lttle W mi. .ouis 71) Philadelphia 63 Bo««esa, Pinelii and Entelii. f--zVi'i. Chicago 59 OAM( Boston 49 Cincinnati _ SO Pittsburgh New York ..... 000 004 :04-- 10 12 Chicaio . . OOi 000 000-- S I 0 Connelly (WPl, Htarn. Kennedy. Spencer. Wilhelm and Weltrumi Lown |LP). Rush and Chitl. Pet. .664 .60(1. a--Grounded oul (or Gromek in Sth. Cleveland 000 loo 000-1 Boston .. 101 10] OOx--I E--Boon*, mi!--Gernert. Vollmer. Upon. Evrr* Mnj»*kl 213--Doby. HW Ever* DP--S'liipson. A v i l a and Eaati Goodman, l.lpoi Bocn^. Avila Clrvd.-nrt 3. Boston S. BB-- Hudson 1. Gromek I. Wl'k- I SO-llud-on 3. Rock were Birmingham Orlefins and rained out. Last n i g h t the Barons Jot 10 hits off C h n t t n n o o R H atul four Lookouts made errois. Pete Modica showed nn the i miiunil for the Both t i m e this wa - r- nA nd ' o^nirt""; I «"' I" » ···»·' mlo fr N a s h v i l l e nnrt u»ier. L e f t - - 1 last night. Thr Vnls next to Mo,, ,, , .v,^, 5 SB o B rm"d d .r if 1 ; 18 ' V 1 ? Southern's hoUeM n r t i - ..5B8J Gromek 2. Wl'k« 1. HO~Crom-V R _ t n ' c ' M r| 8»t "OW, Rot I X hltji ff ' Dwaln Slont und Gerry Lane while A t l w n l a got nine off Modica Wl'ka .422 .420 .237 7 Innlngi: Oromek 4-^ W f n n t r -- H u d ; («-Si. U--Robb, 0 In 1 R A ER- k^ n-rt. Hud-inn 1-1. 'ft-!ti Loxcr--Grom*k Griavr. Honochick. BOWL FOR HEALTH Jim Benton Bowline I an«. Mi BASEBALL Tontitown Grapers vs. Bentonville BENTONVILLE PARK SUNDAY, 2:30 P.M. Thii li A Tontitown "Homt G«m«" 38 Thurida'r'i Kaiulli Chicago 8-5, New York fi-10. St. Louis 3, Boston 2, night. Brooklyn at Wtleburjh postponed, rain. (Only games scheduled.i Pasarella T-1 4fi A --10.24.1 Little League Regional Title To Little Rock i and rookie Jim Constable. Alfred C. Glassell, ,lr., of Houston, Texas, i« lh« captain of the U. S. team which will compel* in the 8th International Tuna Cup Match at Wedjeport, Nova Scotia, ! September 10-12. Both righthanders ore well cl. Reynolds will be m a k i n g his first start in five days. Garcia pitched only 1-3 of nil inning in I In the ovrn that thc game is postponed because of rain the two : contenders will play a doublc- · header Saturday. Should both : Barnes be washed out, the gamer. will have to be played on the i Yanks' licet visit to Cleveland as t h i s is the I n d i a n s f i n a l anpr-ni- ance of the season in New York. Ex-servicemen Bill Marker, J n e : Berklch nnd Charles Donaldson a l l 25 are thc oldest players on t h c j West Virginia University football I squad. i Mr .and Mri. Robert William Hill ' Mr. and Mrs. Robcri W l l l i n m ! Hill of Fayetlcvllle announce t h e ! b i r t h of » daughter August 21 in City Hospital. *' or. and Mm. T. C. Dniieu t*rm Word hs* been rec«lvt 'h*r« of the birth thin mornlnf ef I daughter, Marie Louiia. to Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Duncan Eavtt In Uni4n, ' Mr. and Mrs. Kdille Curry M r " nd Mr "' Edd;c Curr - v n f ' s - C/Dr. EaveV'is ! . Fi| 3 rBltevll '« announce the b i r t h fessnr of English at the Unlvenity. If you've tasted todays SCHENLEY; Saul rtojovin, ace rlzhlhander for the Chicago White Sox, played the outfield for Chattanooga in i the Arnerlcnn Association in 1044 ' and '45. I SOUTHERN AIlOCtATION W L Pet. Chattanooga 73 59 A t l a n t a 73 6,1 New Orleans (19 84 Mobile _ . . 07 , Memphis .«7 Nashville (15 Ultlo Rock K nirmln gharri 5ft Thundar'l Rtiulli Nashville 3, Atlanta 2. , ........ Birmingham M, Chatlanonga 1.' cc " or ' Mobile 13, Memphis 5. Little Roek at N«w Orleans, ppd--rain. Fights Lost Niaht Aft 58 70 77 »T Tkc AtaatlaM Fraw Hartford, Conn.-- Vie Cirdtll- George Dunn kout postponM to Friday night. San Dl«io, Callf.^Iimmy Dunn- Longview, Texas - i/Pl - Little Rock, Aik., won the Region 7 Lit-' tie Lciiguc hasebnl] championship 537 '""iRnt by defeating Houston, 4-0. isifl nifihthandor Don Dtigan llmilcri .508: Houston to three hits and itrtick .«S6i out 14.. He did not walk a batter. .480 No Houston runner advanced .470 bcvond second base. ·*30j Southpaw Paul Timme. who j started for Houston, and his suc- Htirier Mnury Howard, lave up only five hits. But one of them was » 3-run homer in the sixth by Willis Calloway, Little Rock centcrfleldor. ' Th* win tnvc Little Rock a , berth In the 8-tearn national Lit- tit League tournament in Wil- litmsporl. Fa., beginning Tuesday. Little Lfajuc players must bi no older than 12. , . Luis Adamj bout Friday night. peitpontd to Michigan Stile han had 14 na- tlona] wrestllni champions ilnct BASEBALL SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 2:30 Fayetteville Chicks vs. Prairie Grove Fairgrounds Park ... you know it's the best-tasting whiskey in ages H f N D t O W H I S K t Y II MOOF. M* Q * t | N NEUTMl SCHtNLtY OISTHIUTOKS, INC., NIW TO»K, HtW TOM I \

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