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TCUFavored, ButSixSWC f Teams Have Hopes For Title By HAROLD V. HATL1FF »- Dallas-f^Pi-The uncertainties o f ' Southwest Conference football h aptly illustrated by the tact t h a t : most everybody has pirked Texas : Christian to win the title but are laP 'ng-ibout Texas 'and Sralhefn | Baylor, which suffered what would ^ppeai* to be back-breaking! losses, .also is a hot topic. Rice! and Arkansas Jiave plenty rf fol-J lowers/ In other words, you can gel :-:ix championship choices b y ! talking' to six different fans or! coaches. ' : Only .Texas A', and M. isn't given l a look-iii. But the way things u s u - , ally go in this conference of upsets and grudgt games, the Aggies: could win the titl^. ' \ Only once in the past 10 year:. has the favortie come through.' That was Texas in '1950.: -. ' , The conference schools all start- · esl training this ·wesk. Not much optimism came from any of the camps except Southern Methodist.: SMU Optimistic . | "We are going to have a good team," said Cosch Busty ntissell. It was precedent-shatterinc for thfi usually doleful mentor of llio Methodists. The fart trial IIP" couldn't find a tackle anywhere last year but has tficm "running out of his ears this, season--seven lettermen, the quote. SMU alsq.; has;'plenty of veterans back from last'.sea- Injuries Crop Up As SWC Teams Stage Stiff Drills son's team that beat-Notre Dame, slaughtered Arkansas and ' ' String Stages Rough Workout Troxell Still On Sidelines With Old Foot I n j u r y Coach Otic DougJas .yesterday got his first good Inuk at Hie boys that are expected lo do the bull; ot t h e - o f f e n s i v e work-this f a i l , and lie admitted hjs. pleasure in the results. Missing .from what is expected lo be' the strirls s ^ r o n backficld was Jack Troxcll. but) *TM_.."^ otherwise the lineup was unaller-! By The Afcoriated Frrss Injuries cropped up yesterday as ScMilhwest Conferenre Jouthnll squads made their third day of f a l l pi a dice a rugged one. . Billy Ed Daniels, varsity left I halfback for nice Institute's Owls. I suffrrrd a dislocated left shoulder ; and w i l l ho lo.«t lo the team for t ^t least three weeks. I Te^as A. and M.'s first CHFual- ; l.v of the season occurred when puard Mari-hall Hush hustained a liriclurH bone in his face. And at Texas, X-rays were to be- taken tn determine tlie extent of injuries jeceived by Bob Glenn, promising sophomore guard who received an injured knee. Texas Christian University, favored to repeat as champion this. fall, hailed the return of Gil Bar- losh, sparkling tailback, lo the form he? showed in 195(1. Siflc'inrri with injuries much of j last season, Barlofh turned in runs Wrdnpsriay and passing was never better. ISPORTS Bates Terms Pointer Grid Teom f "Weakest In Years 1 -13 HORTHVrtST ARKANSAS TIMES, tayiHcvlll*, Arkanim,- Ttiuraday, September 4, 1952 j TIGERS WIN, 11-8 i Cleveland Wondering If Detroit i Will Ruin Pennant Plans Again By AI.IJIN GILBERT, JR. By MOM of the co»ch« in { Onr conceed Vmi Buren ihr n u m - j bcr Iwo spot in jidvanrr l y i i n g f i . ! Pointer Coach Tlair Bat*s. how- · ever, maintains (hit i; f i t h c r n IP- j flection upon the weakness of o*h- j er teams or an attempt hy i h p : roi.rhf". of thpsr tennis lo k r r p ! IhemKPlves off tin* f.pM. nnyr-r* i* Bonn-ally rrpi.rr.ecl as the northwest reel ton's best. "1 never look MI the r h i w f u l sidr." BBIM M.VS. -honestly, l be- p i n n 5 h i p 8 a hrve this is our weakest sqund o f ; t(l WH ^.\ } rcrent year*." He points to ihe r*- , ,, ou pv ' rr turn of only seven lettcrm-Mi ami ^ New Grid Playoff System .sssS BEI-L I . i l l l e rea tlnn foolhtill pi i v o f f sas t h i s year. Hork-i/P'-TI'iMC · \\nxf\ to r p u \ . i ! f't h i a i i j-ch 1 '''! m IM A r k a n - !h? j.l.ivprs the arlrlcd im'cnIU-c the tm if '.laic r ib m ) i e By RALPH RODEN (AP Sports Writer) There's a growing feer in Poon ran in TroxeU'o position. Laniar I\Ichtr.. liie Coach D u t c h Meyer expressed sat- kraclion w i t h t h e progress the squad ir, m a k i n g . Baylor's Boars l v e i ' y ;iRla!noui : boVy s "f a t -";^u^fan7nrc j W(irkpd r h i r f l y on P^ecting the TexL'^.rta^ophornoreshu, TM'-^-TM - TMP«-d | ^h'^ifnu.e,, said his Southern Methodist University (.ophomores of qualliy. The Long- Pacing eye, h i t t i n g his target on horn offense is due to be jrntrh every pass attempt. And he dem............ hetter than last season featuring iht running of Gib Dawson; the passing of Bunny Andrews, a "find" for the T-quarterback spot. and new-found ball-carrying and blocking from sophomore Billy Quinn. The Longhorn line is an- chc-red to Tom Stolhandskc, rated one of the finest ends in the country, and Harley Sewell, boomed fnr All-America guard. onstraled that he still knows how squad had shown "most satisfac- lory" form during the first three j days of fall practice. "We haven't been at it long enough to .tingle out any particu- performcrs," Eus- to run to oplion plays out of splil-T formation. On one occasion he kept the hn!l ahtl ran over three straight defenders, much to the delight of | lm " ou ** lanrt " spectator's gathered on the practice i sel! detla1 TM- field. l.-ewi? CaniPiilcr. senior fullback, showed the slrong-nn.niiig Swishing Sophomore .; thtU- are l\r. t\ide mark, Texas C h r i s t i a n . - w h i c h won t h e ! as did Buddy Button and Pryor, championship last season after a . the halfbacks. Pat Perry, Jerry Bngard and l'"loyd S;.ge!y ran from the terminal posts w i t h Bognrd showing a fleet ness and maneuverability ; irsefc'vn 6. Boston 5 ·ROOKLYN IOTOM ah r h ab r h Cox. ;ih ;. n l .Iclhroe, rf ft 1 1 Rcpho, M 3 1 0 L o g a n . KS 4 1 1 icon. 2h 4 J 11 Torgcson. I b 2 0 O l C n n p r r . c 1! 0 1 Gordon. U l 1 2' Mathews. 3b 4 1 2 Sisti, rf J 0 l Panicle, rf I 0 0 Dittmcr. :t 1 0 0 R t i r d e l t e lack-luster non-confercnrr showing that included a bad beating from Texas Tech of the Border Conference, is back wilh almost the ame team plus Ronald Clinkscale, a swishing sophomore who makes the tailback spot--key pn- sition in the Meyer spread forma- National Loop Box Scores hearts of Cleveland's baseball f a n s ! today that history is about lo re- ' peat. j j I_,:;5t year Cleveland won 17 I games and lost only five to De! troll's fifth-place T J g n r s--but | ihrec of those defeats came late in i September and knocked Ihp I n | diens out of pennant contention. The Tigrrs are worse off this year. They appear a cinch to finish lasl for the first time in their American League history but j when the Indians furnish the op; position the Tigers act furociou.s. Cleveland started off by winning its first four meetings from the Tigers but since then they have managed to take only five out of 11 from Fred Hutchinson'3 charges, . Nats Clip BONOX I They bit the dust again Wednfs- ! day night, 11-8, blov/ing a chance j t ) cut the New York Yankees' 3!a-6'5Jne* lead- The Y a n k s were I stymied. 3-0, behind the one-hit pitching of Philadelphia's Harry j i Byrd. In olher games. Washington ' ! smeared the reeling Boston Red Sox, 9-2, and Chicago edged St. Louis, 1-0. Brooklyn kept its cozy eight- I NCAA To Hear S u r v e y Report On Bowl Games ·I c n j i r h r K a ' . ' i . other M-hool ^ f t n i i i u n t i a t o r s f o f n i . . , - - - j to fsvor ii. This i.s tjnriie out ii't w h f d u f. I m|v h ,, ,.,,., ,, u rp,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, Hiirtln,; th« Pelnlrrt. lor,. ,, · » « , ,, , ,,,,, P ,,,I., MS ,, M ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,. lh» loss of « pulr of f i n e I r l l m n r n i was vnlwl ,, v , h p r ,. hl ,,,. s ,,,,, .,,,.,, Just before Ihe Jfasnn gnl under- j ln . a l way. ,11m Slorkhurjer. nn rnd he- | .n^i u ,, ! inj rounlrd on for considerable j Kervice, nnder\v(«nl a knee operation and will he out for the season. And Bill I.inritey. 22.1-pmmd l a c k l f , decided this summer lo survey hy Thr As- ·, I B tcsir £ivp up football. Th« Pointers will have gond si/r In the line, but will lark the depth, in experience at least, that CoachP«, of thf Chrs A A - - t h e hls lion involved in thP p l n v o f f s t;in'-e Claw A A A . t'tr B!^ SPVPH. dr- tprmines its champtonchip r i m i n g the reculnr ·.rjj.vm--were akrd for Ihrir optnlnns. Replies werp i-«tirivi»d from 12. Of tllPSC, Fix jciH t h r y vvrr* 1 z\.\r\ Lookouts Need Two Wins To Sew Up Pennanf| By Th* AnoclaUd Pr*ti £? £ If Ch.^ftanooaa can win tllfe*. j more flames, thfi Lookout* wiBut£ clinch t h e i r first pennant si net £5$ 1(139 They ranic from behind 1A^E^| nlt[ht to dffent Memphis, 4-3. %;;ij Hnv HMWCS hn:ne run with tiaJB^S out in ihe HHli innlnfl. For Hawft^CZ : whn fowh him team in RBI's, total.» { bases, homrrs, and strikeouts, 'fP*j Wris liis 19th round-trippw of tWjT'"^ ; SCflfiOt!. '"T'lTt Mp'Tiphi* heM a 3-0 lend Kansas Citv-i/Ti-The N a t i o n a l , ^r"""*- 11 " '*?"· " I B L ""!'.' ' Of th^e, Fix 5:1 M t h r y wcr^ K l..rl l Mi»-nphl« h*M a 3-0 l«d whore: CcillecialP A t h l e t i c Assoclmion'fi ' ? M TM r °^ P °" el "I *' vp t h e n l C T « d l t . to hnvr Ihf p l n y o f N a R «ln a f l r r ' C h n l i n m / n K n went to bat in t»|§C= extra events commiltoc"opened a i a u"', i h i """· f i!?H I!" l " I f t l r AtoTM"TM**"* TM H*-^- Twn ^rvonth. Th^ I.ookouU got one rtM^ thrcc-d'iv niPClinc here odav « lo " l h i s year lfi ex P lflin « d h ' rinfinttrtv wr-rr oppo^ri tn t h n In each rr the last thrw regui*t-- n«.niii / 7 cnJov or fi'i Batcs as a n n r m a l P» rl of the O- n l n v o f f ^ i n d four h ; H no r n . , i m f t , ( i Innings lo pull even, then Haw«»^ Results of n survey of post- olfc * ltMnh .,, Bk , n ^ nn \ t ,, ,,,. P ' ' i n M » , i n n mm nun nn cntnmi i n . - ttltntt tK ,._ tll .i 1 n , h n t nth - - - · ])OSt seasmi competition in college H t h - Iclic.s headed the schedule for the committee sessions. Walter Ryers, NCAA pxeculivr director, said no announcement of miy committee action or recommntulhtions would be mHrle before Sturdny, which promises to give Arkansas' ono of the conference's linest ends. ! Morning drills were c o n t i n u i n g ; lion--overflow with material. Ray this week, being devoted to l u n d a - j Mt-Kown. the very busy y o u n g - mental drills, and indivichuil vnrk i m?n of last fall, heads the tailback between players and coaches. Play l ! HFsjgnmnnts, Working ?nd scrim- j | niasing are in order during the; I afternoon. ; American Loop Box Scores J. New Y o r k * NKW YORK ! PHILADELPHIA a l » r h 1 al M n n l l c . f f H l z z u f o , a* K brigade. , Rice, which had many bojjho- morcs last campaign, comes up with a top-ralod squad that in- ,,, _ . . , , ,. , eludes Dan Drake, one of the The Porkers, w U h a f u l l head of finest passers in the area. F l e a m U P B f t c r .i» st lhrce rf a.vs of I Arkansas bulges with veterans, practice, can look forward lo a j may not be as strong defensively half-day vacation Saturday w h e n ' but should he much better on t h e ; Arkansas is host to sports writers uffeiiEe. Lamar McHan. a sifted j and broadcasters from throughout ! Hodges. Hi Palko. r f - f l line, p allolmr* H l a r k . p 2 0 O . S p n h n . p 35 6 10 Totals 0 l 1 o o n i : n n o 4 I 2 2 0 0 1 0 I) il a o o i n 3 0 0 31 5 7 Collirifc. 11) Bcrr--. c Woo*.inc. If came National League edge over! c_Brfd'w»sr Ihe New York Giants,- nipping Boston, 6-5, while New York nosed out Philadelphia, 4.;J, in JO innings. St. Louis brushed by Chi- B i a r n n -, t cago, (i-1, and Cincinnati clowned i naisrhi. 1 p i Pittsburgh, 1-0, in remaining Mjiier, p c!e which high school teams en through. "We've just finished having some real good years and a letdown is to be expected." Suhiaco Tough, Too Bateft puts the finger on F*y- otteviltc find Subiaco AH dark horses in the district. "I've never j scrn n weak FnyettevUle team yet." the Pointer mentor declares, "And Subiaco should be tough, too." The lettermen who will be counted on lo furnish Ihp bark- bnne of the Pointer team this f u l l includes: Pete CoJIlpr, 177-pound sophn- tiiore, and Junior Syrock, 148- oound junior, ends; Boh Crnw- .1 o (i JQOM »a "" o o I ford, 173 - pound j u n i o r ; tac- 3 o O.FRIM. n» \ i a . klc: Jimmy Kutton. 212-pound n S o - v S W 1 rf n i 4 ; « " l o r «nd BID Moore. 720-pnund ' senior, tscklefi; anrt Buddy Cnach Klberl Kf/./ls of fnvorfi I'm playoff s y t t n r i ' il "prn\-i'trs for m^rr* in- , 'iimr. through in the 10th, Atlanta knocked Mobile out 1»f~ r _ .he prnniMit race with a 4-2 past- , . t , . ,.-"*· '^rg'.-ly on the sterlinji p«-" '.ipecuilly nn the part nf | fnrmjincc of Dirk Stnovic. Slnovic ' the players." ; hi! two home runs, scored three of "" Conch Jack Hell of ArkjKic'lphia ! the Cracker runs and collect*!^.P expresned auprnvnl r»r the sv«terr. ' three of Atlanta's 10 hits off aouth- heranse "It determine'; cru.m- j l )a * Wadr Browning. h { TllA tlnlc. D P . l t · M B l v ..lUi. HIV 1 0 P Z c r n l l l , U 3 1 1 0 0' Phllle; . cT 3 0 1 II II MicharLt, ^h 3 0 1 i n n i n o 3 0 0 a o o r. i - , ·· . j ^ a y rounrtup. Baylur emphasizes speed and, Pictt]rcs interviews, and luiu-h according to Coach Gcorpe Sauer. ' ' will do betlcr than the sixth-place finish the .sports, writers- IIHVO predicted. Other coaches in the con- up there. Nobodv experts much of A. and M., virtually wiped out by with the phiycrs are planned for Ihe visitors Saturday morning. A game-condition scrimmage a--Flicd out for Roe in 1lh. b -- R a n - for Gordon in 9lh. Brookljn .-' MO T.OO 010--« Brnilon . . . 0!3 000 000--5 K-- nerjc 2. Spahn. Diumpr. RBI-' liror. Snidtr mpancila. HodRcs 2. 2B-Jethroe. Snider. C a n i p ^ n c l l n 2. HR--Gordon. MatliewB. Hodges. S--Torgeson. Snider antl Daniels. DP--Reese. Robinx(m,*n HodRcs; M a t h p w s . Dit!m?r and Tor^e- aon 1 l . r f t -- B r o o k l y n 4. Boslon 5. BB -- B l i r d e l i r 1. Roe 4. Black 2 SO-B n r d r l l e 2. Spahn 5. Roc 4. Black fcrence think Baylor will be right give them a goori lrok at the Ra;- i no-Roc t'in 3 inniiiss; Bia'co 3 in fi; Korcll. cf 3 0 l : l l l l c h c ' k . 3b M n'aald. 3b 3 II 0 Sudcr. 3h MoriTn. 2b .1 o 0 M u r r i r . c 2 0 0 Byrd, p 0 0 0 1 0 0 Tolalu 2« 0 I Tol«l» 3S S « Rolloway Is Villain --- ·*d v a a r nlH i i t i l n--Orounritfd out for M H l p r in Bth. .. . ,. .. _ . . « year oci mn b _ Wa iked lor nizzuio in nth. ilv infieldcr, ruined the Indians | c-Run for Mlzc In 9lh last night. Knlloway whacked a New York ooo ooo ooo-o pinch-hit grand-slam home run '"'^llljf^ti'* RBI--Roberi«on'" zTM!!i]i| 3 of! Lou Brissie In the sixth Inning Michaels. ZB--Norm. Fain S--Slider! DP--Raschi. McDougr.lri. Rirtulo and collhu/ Lrll--Nciv York 3. rhilirttl- phia V. BB-Raschl 4. Miller I. Bji'd 2. SO--RMchi 3. Byrd 5. HO -Kaschl 8 in fi Innings; M i l l e r 0 in 1. R ER-- R«sclil .1-2. Miller «-0. Bvrd D.O. WP-- witch, 145-pound nenlor and Jack Toothaker. backt. 137 - pound senior. to wipe out an 8-6 Cleveland lead. Byrd walked two ^nd fanned fcur In hanging up his 14th victory for the A's. I r v Noren spni, Us no-hit bid v.'ith £b|«jop do ' orbacks. in the afternoon. ' TrWcft.iWie speed-merchant for graduation, and Coach Ray George , the I-orljers. has yet lo see action agrees with them. i ,,, H IP | a ii drills. A tenderness on : ?,"?'· Evcrybnriy is .all oxnlod and ' , of h j s foo , _ , |le rcs ,,, t of an , '·*· fi in 3* 3 : Spalin 4 in . . n ER-- Roe Ti-d. Black 0-0. B u l d e t t e S-j. Stialin 1-1 W i n n e r -- Black 112-21. l.oscr-- Spahn I1M6I U-- DMroii. Sr- W n r n e k c . Gocl7. T-- 2:26. A-- 6.- advance ticket ^alcs, arc sood. The , , :,,:,,..,, _ h .,, kc ,. , ,,. nn ., forecast is for the all-lime record.' TML!"TM^r .!!";.., ' ,,,,"" "",!,,!: attendance with morn than 1,250,000 for the 36 home games. Flanagan in Decision Over Johnny De Fazio N-« York ». PhilMllphli 1 PMILA9II.PHIA! ' HIW YORK ah r h 4 0 Oi W i l l i a m s . 2h 4 0 0 3 0 O ^ a W i l x o n 1 0 0 5 0 .1 Connelly, p ( 1 0 0 :, o mark. .«s 4 1 1 o o Lodunan, Ib 4 n n How They Stand By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE ·W Brooklyn ' New York _ - 'Miss New Jersey' 39 Cleveland - I/T 1 ' - Johnny "RftT De Fazio furnished HIP rnomcntnm lo keep the fight going, hut Del Flanagan w o n t h e d e c i s i o n Wednesday nicht a f t e r 10 round?.' De Fazio, 151 pounds and from Bayonne, N. J., carried the fight to his lighter opponent steadily until the seventh round. Although h« frequently landed a good left to Flanagan's body, the St. Paul ; St. Louis puncher outboxed him handily. ; Philadelphia 12 -- ""'·" ·TM"" T -^.'= ; ---^= j Chicago 66 ! Cincinnati 58 · host cm . . ! Pittsburgh : Wednesday's Results I ( A l l night games) i Brooklyn 6 Bosluii o j New York 4 Philadelphia ; nings I Ciuciiinali 1 PJllsburgh 0 ! St. Louis (i Chicago 1 AMERICAN LEAGVE W I, Now York 79 .V) ' Cleveland 75 53 j Chiefffo . - . . - - 70 P2 I Roplbn ... ._. .. fitt Ii2 i Philarlplphi.'i . . . 70 (t3 | Weshingtnn . _ ._ 70 fil , St. Lnnis S.i 7^ Detroit 4 4 8^1 Wednesday'* Results (All night gomes) Philadelphia 3 .\ew York 0 Del roil. 11 CJevpland B Washington 9 Boston 2 Chicago 1 St. Louis 0 sideline?. 'A special slice under order is expected to cure the dif- nan. 2h l i c u l l y . , i Alburn, cf ! A niinnr i n j u r y , the fir;-1 of I h e j Ennia. if ' se;i^oii for the Porker?, j yc.-terday ] Smith, promising 1 sophomore end, = Waitktu. J b 4 1 .TThnmson. cf I appravatcd an old knee in.iury : . s . immon - v P 4 ' ° E 1 H r t t t ' while practicing p u n t i n g . Smith is one of the team's best punters. the Porker?, occurred! "amncr. M * o o Lndunan, m o r n i n g when Jerry i j t n ncjf,' M 3h C 4 1 i imhoiie-. Hansen. p . 5 0 2 0 1 0 s o 2 4 0 1 The-Senators shoved six 'runs: across the plate in the second in- i ning and beat Dizzy Trout and the | Red Sox with ease. j Goorin Lefty Dick Liltleficld.Jwld C h i - ' '/ami R«sclil .1-2. Miller «-0. Bvrrl D.O. WP-- R«.cW 2. Wliino|-Byrd % M - I 1 I . Loser -- Hu*hl.-.'i 1S) '. U-«oar. MrGowan, . . , Hurley and N«pp T-::20. A-- 16.271. ihiiutan I, BMIMI 2 BOSTON 1 WASHINGTON The Van Burrn schedule is lyp- leally rugged this fall, opening with Fort Smith and following with Russellvllle nnd Ttoizers in that order. The compltlft schedule: S*pt. 12, Fort Smith, th»r*. Sept. 19, Ruscetlvllle, home. Kept. ;6. Rogers, there. Oct. 3, Sorlngclalr, honif. Oct. 10, Bentonville, home. Oct. 17, Fnyetteville, home. Oct. 24, Joplln, there. pet. 31, open. Nov. 7, lluntsvllle, home. Nov. 14, Subiaco, there. Nov. 21, Harrison, home. ah r h . 2b 5 1 :j-Yost, '.r.h . f .1 1 ft Conn., If cago to two hits bul one of t h e m : gj'P' 1 ""- " J 2 i : H/«- L- «*.!«·,, toil, u nr ««.. !,, ih n ""·!*W" ) - c ' 1 9 ?. "iinneis. M · Totals 0 0 0 H a r U i n K . i V ' c r i r u m . I M a g l i c . P I - R l g n f y | !Cnrw*n. p t HYvar* I f K f n n r r i y I W i l h f l m . i rhomp'n. 2b i 0 0 57 3 9 Totals 37 4 11 I n o I fl 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 n o o o o o Fct. .656 .594 .480 : .436 .. .431 ' .289 was Sam Mele's !3th hnmcr in Ihe seventh inning and it cost him the game." ·· · - - · ·· · · Come From Behind The Dodgers o* ercame a .VH def i c i t in beating the Braves for Ihe 14th time without a loss. The Brooks tied the score with five rims in the fourth and won in the eighth when Dul;e Snider squeezed Jackie Robinson home. Bobby Thomson of the Giants tripled home pinch-runner Dusly Rhodes from first base in Ihe 10th lo beat the Phils. Veteran Ken Raffensberger re- Kcll. 3h I.epclo. .Ih Gernerl. Ill Ever*. If W M I r . c Troul. p aSchmtts Dflock. p bNlxon Brlckntr. cTlin'berry Tntali 0 0 Vrrnon, Ib 2 0 1 Baker, 2h 4 0 0 Bu.shy. c f 3 n I GraMO. c. 4 n n Curnprr! p I 0 ft' I II 0 o o o 1 I 0 0 0 0 O 1 1 0 0 .1j 2 7 ; TolaU ah r h 4 1 0 .1 I 0 4 1 1 4 0 3 4 2 2 Turner Plans To Flghf Own Fight Against Dykes 3.1 9 13 Mh. a--Popped out for WilMiimi in 9th. h--Fan fnr I r v i n in 10th. i'--Fanned (or Ma (lie in 51 h. d--Sinclcd for Cor win fn 7th. e--Ran for Vvars in 7lh. .508 Pliifadelpiua . _ . nnn 030 OM ft--3 in i New York . . 000 001 200 1--4 JU i E--Eliptl. M u s l l e . Burgeci. HB1-- C l a r k . Fnnw I r v i n . Vvarx. Williima, Thnmvm ^ B -- B n r f f « . Ennis. We«- trtini. su-Thomson. S--Ryan. Lork- nian. DP--Jones. R y a n and Wnitkus; E l l i o t t and Lockman. Left--Philadelphia 7, New York 9. BB--Simmons n, Majjlie 1, Corwln 1. SO--Simmons S. C n n n e l l y 1. M a f i H c 2. Corwin 2. Wilh r i n i .1 HO--Simmon.* 9 In 8 Innings: 1 none- ru( in 9! In: Harwrn 2 in 2; M a j j i i r T. in j; Corwin In 2: W i l h e l m 2 j'n 2: C o n n e l l y l in 1. R ER-Pimm-ins .1-3. Hunsen 1-1. M a g l i c ,1-t. Balk-- M i p i i r . Winner--Connelly (3-0). Loner--Hanxen (6-61 inclnriAt: 1. PWihurgh 0 PITTIBUTTCH ' CINCINNATI ah r h ih r h Uavh. rf 4 0 0 B kowski. c( 4 0 0 · i Groal, F^ 0 I ' A ' l a n t P . 3 h 3 0 1 ' ' Walls, cf 1 0 1'Mfirfihall, rf 4 0 2 : Kii-cr. if ? n 0 A r t o n r k . I h 4 1 ^ M - C ' I n n c h . i- .1 n 0 A hi am-. 1 f 3 0 1 · 'VnHiia.Tlh .1 0 r H n t l m i . I h . 1 0 1 , , f V n r r i m n . _'h . T O O M ' M i M a n . jw I 0 n l w K r s h n r c k I 0 0 R'hurecr. p 3 0 0 ' M ' k o v i r h . i h n n o a -- Popped up for Troul in . h - F l i c d n u t for Delork in 7lh. r -- Fouled out for B r i c k n ^ r in Blh. BnElon fMll OM noo-- 2 Waxhincton WO 200 Iftx-- I E-- Kcll. Runnel* RRI-Gr»*io, Yoal. JMwcn ?, Rushy 2. fitcphrnn. Conn, ntftTafrgio. R n h r r . ?R -- Gra**o. Btuib.v. , , , . . . . , . l U ' u r i Vernon ,TB -- Vernon S-- YOit. Otitn- corded his sixth s h u t o u t , hi^h tor n r r l DP--Trnui tnn Goortmsn. Lefi- the majors, in out-pitching Pitts- Boston 8. WanMnKion 10. BB-- Trout hni-ali'c vnin-iff Pr.n N p r r l a i r '- G u n i p e r t 2. Bnckner 1. SO-- Cum- b u i g h s joung Ron neeuai. ] , fl ^ Totll , B r l r k l l p r , HO-Trout Chicago tagged Gerry Stalcy for , J0 (n 4 inning.-. Drio^-k i tn 2; Brtckir: hits but the Cardinal right- j ner 2 fn 2 n «, r.n-Trout g-s. Brirk- bander coasted to his I6th victory \ ^^.-. ^SSS^Sn^Ki^-E,? -Trout i»-in. u-- st^vtns. Summers, Froe«. McKlnlry. T--z:M. A-5,987. 10 in- TM" -** r.-t. . .nn .331 n d ' MARY HINDEISON PARKEK, 20. ot Camden, N.J., will represent her stute «t the "Miss America" beauty and talent pageant In Atlantic City. She It · icnior at Rutgtrj SOUTHEKN ASSOt-»ATION W I- I'd. Chsttanoosa _ 82 Cj ..Tj3 Atlanta ._ 79 69 /VM Now Orleans 79 71 .5J7 Mwhilfi 77 72 ,i!7 Mempluh 77 7.X ,M;t Little Rock ,, fi7 n i .4.1:1 Birmirmh;iiii 01 87 .U2 \Vcdnc«riay's Rrsiills Atlanta 4, Mobile 2 I l i r m i n c h n i n fi-1. \r\'. f Orlrniv; 7~fi Chutljniooga 4, Mrmphis 3 Hi 111- Liltlfi Rock 8, N.'i.shville 3 1^ m- · Indonesia hns ireftMir*?: of rub- hrr, ftil, Mipar, «pitTf. minerals Aiirl fihcr.% which h^vr h.'irly bf*on toucher), j=ay.. the National Cco- grahphlc Spcicly. I a-Grounrled out for Harmonr; in j b · · t i m t m d v d rint fnr NVcrial in Sth i;_Snnf R R l - - I I « t l o n .SB--McMil- I n n D P - M c M i l l a n . H a t I o n unH Ad- r n r k : B a r t i r n m c , G r ^ a i nnrt Bartirom»: Grofl! ?nd M e f k o v i r h . l.ff\ P t t t j h u r f l i | .1 ' O n n n n a t 1 6. B R -- n n f f t i i A h f r i [ f r 1. i N r c r i a i n SO--HHffcn.vhPrgrr 3. NIT; r i n i 4 HO-Xecclai fi in 7 i n n i n g ; · Mh\n 1 In 1 R A K R - N V c r i a i 1-1. : M n r n -n R n f f p n i h F r x f r 0-0 WP-NV.-' c:*: \ V t n p f r - R a f f f r n r i r r f l r r M S - l 2 i i Lo.«fr--Nrcrttl f l - 4 i U -- n f i n n l ^ l l i B n l . I n n f a n f . narlick. Gornvin T--1.49. A as the Cards supplied him with a 6-1 bulge in two innings. Leo To Pilot Giants In '53 N?w York-f/Pt-The New York Giants gave Manager Leo Durocher a vote of confidence today by signing him to manage the club again in 1953. A l t h o u g h terms were not a n - nounced, it is believed Durocher will receive about $65.000. tho same as he reportedly received this yrar following the Giants' pennant t r i u m p h in 1051. Durochor succeeded Mel Oil at Ihp helm in .Inly of 1043. Despite i n j u r i e s and losses of key players, Durocher kept thr G i a n t s rlosr on i h p horls of I h n Irapue-leading Dodgers u n t i l mid- A u g u s t . Today HIP f » i a n t s I r n i l t h r Brooks by eight camps. A y p a r ago. the f a s t m n v i n g N\v Yorkpn wprr six games behind t h e Dod- KCTS. * · Baseball Season Over For Boys Club Teams New York-f/Pj-Oil Turner is going to fight nis own wny Friday night apninst power - punching Bobby Dykes in Madison Square Harden. That mcaiiR the perpetual mn- The two outspoken opponents nf the playoffs wnrc Couches R ^ v | motid Bright of C.'nnway and ChiMi Dwvis of Jnn^sboro. Tl right offorpd HIP a r Rumen I Ihfil thorp Is "nothinR lo fin in financially" thcnugh thr pluvnffs and Pint thp sy-.U'm merely nifkcs a lona snason loncrr, flays Gibson. C'nnwav'.* suprr- (ntendont whu lakrs an activp part In the HtlileHc nmjirmn, supported Brlnht w l l h this commfnt: "I don'l hrlicvc the playoffs were snlisfnctory two yrnr« nan, and I cnn't sec nnv qrrnt chanpr thin timp t h a t should makn them brtter. Most tanm* nlay 11 nr 12 gamrs d u r i n g thrlr vcrrnlar Bfaitnn find lhat'A r-nntigh Innth.ill for anv high sphnol." Hnvis jtnkl IIP WHIJ flRnin'-t 1!in syjilem but would gn along with It. «M!ne; "I rton't think that n playoff system follows the rurrent ttmrl of fnothall dp-emnlia^ti 1 ! anM it should bf ollminatrd nllogplhcr." I B' iRhnm, winning the l after dropping the . Frank Thomjts lion ItghlitiR machine from Plula- dclphii is going lo thrnw punches from the npcntng bell and k^op tocslng leather as long as he cnn H also means that the 21-year- old Negro is g^nR to b^ vide open for one of the fastest nnrf hni'He-t hitters i n ~ the welterweight divi filon, Th^ bookinftkers hpliovn the onrp-bcaten rhiladclphian ran win j if hr follows through nn his plan, i They ve mode him a t* to ft favorite } to whip the ftrlngbcan :;ix-foolrr fmni Texas nn tho theory that if IIP i keeps driving in, ]on{t-;irmc'l ' Bobby won't nave Ihn necessary fighting room to tinllmber his big guns. . homrifiH in each gnme to bring his ... total to 35. · ·' " ! J.ltlln. Rock rrupied for f!verun« ~ n i in the lop of the 10th lo trip Na*h- i villr. fl-i. Johnny Grice drove Jn a ! l^rnc run 1 ? with his etxrt-lnning 1 double into left field, y j NashvlMr reliefer Pet* Modie* - . · m;tdo his OMh appearance fend w*i ^ | chftrgc«l with tho lo«-- his ninth ·,, I against 13 victories. · t Fights Last Night By Th« AMioruted Pre« n CJcvclanri - Del Flanagan, 14?, ., r St. Paul, uuipolnleci Johnny "R«d'Vft J Fazio, 151. Bayonne, N. J. 10. 0 Onci? tPCth break through the . numc thry do not grow except «t ^ the roots, ./rj FOR'ATHLETE'S fOOT Mt USE A KiRATOLYTIC n ItCAUSf- II KLOUOHS OPT Iho Ulittttf out* e ·kin tn r*poip hurled funi *nd Utlf It nn rnntncl. Ol thu 9THOKG. kiffc- ' Uil.vtlc funclrid*. T-4-1-, »t any dnw'. · IN OWE noum. .. "lore. 1^ not pltftjtfH _. _. _.. . your nf hic'k. Now at Red CrMt Drug Stor«. CHICK SPECIAL 8c Corn contains more nil than any r.lScr crnal. ·ach HEATT MtZZD ARKANSAS IroiUr HatcK«ry . Ckv«l«n« I DITMOIT '· CLIVffLACO ah r Vi ab r h j Groth. r f 2 ^ 0 M i l c h r l l . , T'wk:. fs .T n o A v i i n . zh h K n l l o n t - J 1 I Dohv. rT i Berry. M I I r f t u i c r . t h i t t j i f f i e l d . 3h. 5 2 2 Wo»cn, :;h Drnpn. Ih .1 2 2 s W r u t n k e . TVlsJng. If I I ? Sinipsnn. Mapcs. rf 3 0 0 Ifrgan. c Souchock. rr 'J n n rifcklind. t Ginahcr*. c 3 1 2 Ffllcr. p Trderoff. 2b i 0 n Harris, p N'hoiuer. p 'J n 1 rBonne Mnrlunn. p n n n rimkalea. p ? Mull ID n l n BriMtv p I'tteman. p 1 0 0 rfMcCosky tWynn. p ToUlx 3fi II 10 Total* l i f i .S 1 1 ' Ti 0 0 rf ? n I rf I t n 4 I 1 M i : i i o o f} 0 0 i o n o o n 0 n o 1 0 n n n o .15 M 9 Say Seagrams _.... M yr *- Walked for Miidlton in A t h . h-- Hit homer for Pesky in Gih r-- Filed out for H n r r U in 5th. d -Flietl mil for Rrlvle In Rth nptroit » :rn ni ( H I I ~ I I C l r v r l f t n d ODll 080 000- fi E-- F.««lrr R B I -- D r i f t i n g 3. Dropo 4. A v t l a . Dohv 3. Heitan I. M t l r h e l l . K n t t t w N v 4 2 R - A v i t n MR Dropo I. Pony. H C S H R . Knllow-av. n*-l«ln« S f l r n j h . n P ~ - A \ i ) n . f t t r i r k l u n d PIT! Kn^l^r. I .ift~- Detroit 4. Cleveland d. nB-- N f w h n i n f r ?. Mar1l«on ? Feller '2 Harm 1 C'hnknl^* ? SO-Nr-whiin- T 2. H o u t t c m a n 5. H a r m 1 Rr'*»!r I HO -Nwhou'.*r 7 in 4 ' i t m n n * v Marfuon 2 in z a H n t n i m i a n 0 in 4. Fr-ller r. m "-,: n » r r m 1 in ·-,: Chs- tcBirn i m »v BrUsu ; m ?» , Wynn t in J R A- K R - - V p u - h n i t « e r '-.' Midi- ' ·on .1-7 H o u t l c m a n "·". Felli-r r.-3. | I f i i r r m 1-ft. r h ^ k n ' r ^ 3-r RrlnO* M. i W v n n 1-1 H»P-- Marl'^nn 'RoonM WP ' W i n n e r -- H n i i U e m i t n ' 7 - U i in-D K - R f t r r n H. Berrv Paparclln snfl D u f f y T- 2 il! I St. touli 6- Chlcif* 1 CMtCAOn i ST. LOUIt Total* . Sh .* o a H r m t u . «K I T ? rf 4 o 1 - q - n d i f n i l . 2h h i . rf 4 0 I ' M i i f i l ^ l rf If 4 0 2 S h i i R h l c r . r f . o 4 0 I Jflu-rpy. if I h 4 I 1 D R l r r , r n .lii 4 ft r j n h f m o n 3h i , M 4 0 f t ' S l i l c r . ]h r. p n o oisuifv. n n 2 ft i - · « 1 0 H n ft ft fi i n r .-.; 1 13 TniiU j 2 n l l ,1 i i l ft :, s o n ; Maurice Sagely, director of \\\r FaypUeville Roys cluh. auiioum.Trl yesterday that Inn club's bflscball piocr;jm has concluded this year. HP ;ifki*H thpt all mombors «f the club with uniforms rhci.-k them in .·il !hc clubhouse as soon as possible. The i liihhnu.'.e is open every a f - ternoon for recreation. Hen:, on U S fjtni;. I s i H MX billion »SKS i i May. 1052. *--Sinflrd (or l-iwti In 71h. h--flin|l*)rt for Feir tn »(h f h i r a f o ftin W Rl I.AHH 41ft (VM flfty- r-"«u?r RBI-- 1*wny S D Kief, JohnAon. SUuchlPf 2B-- Munial DP-- y SrhnrndlcnHt .nil 8l4er: Low* 1 rr.v. K U I t r .no Schoenrtlfiut. i ChiriEO 9. .SI Uiuli t BB-(chultz 2. I town I. Krur 1. SO-Lown 2, Su J.I « I , 5 HO--Srhiillz 2 In ', Innlni: l^»n 7 In .V,. ft«r 0 In J. R * EH~ RrhulU i-l. LAwn 2«Z. fear ft*0, 8t«ley i l l f ^ n i i u ) W i n n f r -- R l a l t y t1A'l2l. I»»tr - ftchtill/ i-3i t l - r i n ^ l l l K n f ^ l n Rnvirm, JlcliowAkl T--1.10. A--« S7.1 Ty Cobb In Hospital | For Series Of Tests ' neniw/Pi-Ty Cohh, BB, one of biisebnll's i m i n o i t i t l f , Is in St. ' Marys' her!- for a wri(-t ! nf tens. Cobl)'.-. doct'ir saiH | Ihe old-time star h.'id been ill, h u t ! Ills condition "ir, not nerious, »n-| ICM complications develop." He I declined lo male the nature of Cobb'» ailment. Sure to suit you to a "tee Play tvtry hoU In pw--and ronVr M.'Rt. of j pf-rlVel rrmnd. Mike rvtry drink ui Srflprarn'ft 7 On*it -- anrl yonV SI UK perfect Ultc... each and nwry rtunt I Spll.-hcrjcn is bleak, m o u n t i OUR and morf t h a n h a l f rov( wllh porpoliul ICP, nyt Ihe lion»l Geographic Society. * wllli $««jfsm'» 7 Crown. Blended Wliislwy. «6.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutril Spirits. Seipim-Distllltfi Corp., W,T.

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