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Hope, Arkansas
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*' *" EtA ' i Mot ft« tfl Offlc* Oty StfoN D M* • Oi»«) Dm tJ«r*«<m •W Ivfo , 1,80 100 1.90 B.M ),M 1.00 9,10 8.50 140 100 8.70 4.00 1,00 1.00 JIFJED OISPUAY »».„.,«,. 75o p«r Inch IS «».,,., n ,.M.H,, 100 per Inch Wfl p«r Inch tWIII 1 P.m, (or th* rl'flhf to .Jwrnenli of. and to reject odvtfllnnfl tub&• wore tefterti _„... meh ei h«u«ei number* count at one 'U^MM* Ajfa 17Jlifc«J f f WIT ^%iK ifnnnv «ur eit«ntlon of ad and ONI Intwwt ifchofc 7-3431 lOPE STAR »W". •.**.. ' rtftt i«r li, l*it WMtuJoy aflsmoon by IUIHIN*) CO, .... N Wtlaul lirtot, Mfitf «t H I.Att msll.r .1 AMMnMli < 1IM. ft Hatsi (poy«bl« In od- In Hop* and ntlohbor- «!><t^n«,Mtt.M»»Mtl«,M ', .'W MM,,,,,,,.,,,,.., ...... , ...... 13,00 in "M»mpit«otl, Nnvoda, HowonL and Mulsr coun- ., .«..,, (MIM, *.H,,.I |B9 MntN ......... i ..... , ..... ... 1 ,40 *t*«*lt«itMMUU(Htlt4MM*»« 3*60 * « A 0.00 1100 Ady«rtltlnq Rtprititntatlvtit it^Mlli«t, Inc.; 1402 5i»ntk smphll 2, t«nn,, »QS T*MO« ji,, ballot a, T«*on 160 N, •t of" Ihs AM<wlot*d Pr«wt attKj Pr«w it sniltltd «c O th« MM for Nipubllcotlon toc«l n«wi printvd in thli *f, at w*ll o» oil AC n»w» Strvicts Of fer«d kind* of Ultfh work contHct Cliir C«nnon, Phono 74014 or J-StMm room »t>iftm«)t. furntih»d. Eleotrlo box. Bill* paid, 304 Bonner. Mm. A, K, llabb, A-ltf Fair Enough •y Klftf ftitur** iyndleat*. apartment, Clo»*-ln. Ulllltle* paid. Oarage. Phone 7-44M. ROOM unfurnUhed apartment. Jfnrdwood floors, niilll-ln fixture*, L«r«o clonnti. ,112 Smith .Spruce, Mm, J, K, Ht:hooley, Dial 7-3077, , lB-8t iik'» paid, Near Hturti, Mr«, J. £ J'hone 7-3(177, HcMooley's Kehool»y, lB-3t S ROfJM furnUhttd npurtmcnt, Private front, Ixith, Electric notmer, Dial 7-3ftft3. bank entrances, retrlu'-iratoi', 331 30-31 WonUd ONK moro oxpflrlenccd wn (trend, We hnvn flvo of the flnedt jjlrls In the stnte, but need one more, We pay the best nalnrlos In the nmiili and furnldh monU too, Apply Mm. Carroll, Diamond Cnfe. 23-tf TWO «ond steady dlihwnnhorii and on« cook'n helper. Apply Mm, Carroll, Diamond Cafe. 23U AHKIC»NMPJNTS for lined furniture of nil kinds and anything of vul- tio, Mld-Houth Auction. 7-4370, 10-flt For Sole Fnr«JDAIUU; Iilleetrlc nnnao nnd Phllco i-nnfiolo, both llko new, WlBo p&rtabln barbecue pit, Phorto D, M, Floyd nt Ilolel Dn'rlnw, IB-nt M, 8I/.P %" to W x 4' x 8'. Hiillnbii. for wnll partition)), «hiMithln«, cloxet linings, nhol- vln«, (-to. SOtlTIIKItN PI.M- WOOD CORPOKATION. H, W. PROVING OHOUND8. lU-flt MV HOMK, '04 rtcreH good «rn«« or fnrmlnu land. Fl»h nnd utock pond, 3 live «prlng«. Other eoiv vonlences. J, U. Aruli-rson Spring Hill, ArknruuiH. Id-dt but no ditcfulvo di*po»tti<m evr-r w*( mad«. ftlegei wai murdnred in ttevcrty Hill*. Calif., am! hi* prat-agent, Clrwtiipiin, from NeW York, ci.u«hl on an puull«h#r of a small paper in LAI Vegat. N«v,, which i had been recently ulnrird by the ' printer*' union. top Radio Programs HEW vbftli <* — LfctWlrm to- NBC — 7:30 The Great Oilder- ulrrve; S Oroueho Marx Show; 8:30 Hollywood Mutlc Box. CBS — 0 Hotert Q'» Waxworkl; , . . _ 7:30 Dr. Christian; 8 Your* Truly, A few month* n«o. Orcennpun j ( ,h n ny Dollar »iraln*t MoCar- AB c - B-30 The IxJne Ranger; Ktnftcd r«n, demanding n million dollars 7 p Mtfn8r |,, u 8A , 7:30 Valentino. on tho theory that advertlmr who „_ g pulton Lewis Jr • 7 BOSTON, Aug. 10 — Finding my-' formerly had concentrated thclri M .,, ic f or . u al f Hour- 7-30 Groat iflf.hi notion I improved • ihln-' MJiln«« In the oM citablfartied La. p" sh ^ ' 7 ' 3B ,° rcal Irtf b«ir by further Inquiry Inlo th<> v«#i»ii Hpvtow-Journnl were gull-i Una* ot Carl A, Lntva, whom con-.iy of n connplraty became thc»ej • viction under the McCarrnn Wal-j ixlvi Miser* decided to drop out ofj ler Immigration act put him In tiieiMtxpun'* paper and attain con-! Thurioay: NBC — 9:30 n. m. theoretical danger of doVoHntlonlarilraK? In the Review-Journal, p""*'' 8 or Nbthln*. tt> bl» unlive Finland nnd *epnra-f1-|ii« Inw-iult Wa» nub Jddlce whenj f ' BS ~ 10;3 ° a - "'• Grand Slam. tton from hU native American i Bwnarrt Ynro*law put Greengpuni ABC ~ 9 »• "'• My True Story; wife am) hU two ndult ''natlvolon the air from a New York all! !( '-' !l1 Rrenk the Bank. American acm» who did their bit - """ '" but no more than their txiunderi hit In the United 8iat«» Navy and wi-rn Uncharged with honor, ThU OBie wn« blown up'by the Nfw York Time* and Herald- "> «• '»• Ladies Fair. B.isebnll —MBS Game of Day drinking ploe«. to horanRtiel the public In a plea for donation*! nnd aympathy nnd a vlllflcutlan! N> iw»rk 12:55 p. m. Cleveland In- of Henntor McCnrrnn. There i* no person named Chnnd- Irr anywhere about the refitnuriint ' i h.mci' to smear McCflrran. <li.mH nl Boston Red Sox. Tribune, which rtuplctert the legal) known »» "Chandler'a" Which 111 I hnve noted that Judge Wyzan- (>pr>rMled by the mid-Hudson sy»-|ski who presided In the Boston U in, which is owned principally i trial, wan » Frankfurter hot dog by the two brothers Rubin. nu-|al Harvard Law with Alger Hiss, nctlwh agnlnut Littva 111 n nmUhintrnt Infllci'-d mi «' blntw- grwfiihorn by N miillelmm old man, the iwnlor »enittoi' from Nevada, Pot McCnrran. There hit* V>een n great elnmw ngnlnvt McCnrnm from eaiitern centeri, repre»t-ntln« him n» a , , ,, ._ _.. henrtlew blgol, although he corned the prfpagimda which they have! comMIed to find Lntva guilty but tiwn of I'olinh territory now fluf- | rlun *ind American cttl/.ens by Ip- l-'rimkfurter Insltiuntcd him the govvrnment among mnny By the COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet Cotton Leaders Beaten Meridian Natchez Greenwood El Dorado Monroe Pine Bluff Greenville Hot Springs 76 43 70 49 65 54 61 58 61 58 56 62 45 74 41 77 ' By The Associated Press The top two teams in the Cotton States League were soundly trounc-j ed as El Dorado took top-of-the-j henp Meridinn for a 5-1 baseball Win and Monroe stopped Natchez 10-8. A parade of ten hurlers march- Prides Come to Hope Pork Tonight at 8 Red River's Prides who shut I out Hope 5-0 on Monday night I will come to Fair park tonight at < ...-ed to the mound In the two games' 8 o'clock for another playoff the league leaders fought to 'If the Prides win, and they are ! ..,' 513 ' .347 stvm the rising tide . of'hits and favored, it would eliminate Hope, runs. Reeder Iluddleston will be op the] In tho other two games last! mound for the locals and inciden-j night, Greenville topped Fine Bluff! tally he holds one of Hope's only] 7-2 and Greenwood beat Hot) two victories over the Prides this I Last Night's Results Kl Dorado 5; Meridian 1 Greenville 7; Pine Bluff 2 Monroe 10; Natchez 8 Tonight's Oamvs Pine Bluff at Hot Springs Monroe at Kl Dorado Greenwood at Greenville Meridian at Natuhex SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Chattanooga Springs 5-2. At Meridian, El Dorado in a in- ill prorcss. |(U.<'rs, and Ihut Wyzanski testi- The brother* Rubin K!VP no np.;'"" 1 llot " rlcc ljul twlt « as u cha1 '' pearunee of pulltloul vhuracter but atl "'' witness for Hiss. He was of a Block which suffered UN much lu tbal respect ax tiny other element of mankind Iml newer whim- pured nnd fouitht tu own fight. !!'• aldo hiiH been nmi-nred with Inn('l)don to the effect thftt he U tin ligertt of the cilmlruil underworld Ulthoitgh he tctxln a intirki>(lly plnin and unununlly iclluifms llfi>. been «hovln« constantly through't'"* lh<1 opportunity to condemn tin- medium of Ynroalaw consists 1 "» J liiw an <'. Inferentlally McCar- InrtHy of ferocious abuse tifi>'«»- who Is marked for political Amerleim rill/ens who reject the| liquidation not by his own state Miirxian program of tho organl-l llllt ^ f'stern societies. In _C.reen yatinn culled Amereliinii for Dnm- ticruUc action, Yilroslnw once snld harangue to tho Rubin.ra- dio audience, he evoked laughter He I* the father of two Ciitholln ntlfld. One of them, Sinter Miny Plitricln, In n KCholnr of note nnd ntithor of ft learned thesis entitled "FtiblnnUtm lit the Political Life of Drltnln, 1010-1031*'. This earned foe Sinter Mary Pnlricln the de- Hroc of Doctor of Phlloxnphy from the Ciithulle University of Arnerl- ctt. To he Kiiro, a man mlKht bo the fnther of two nuns nnd u rojjue rieverthi'lesH, but thnt Is unlikely nnd It nuiHl he added thnl no dl- rod evidence to luerinilniitu Put McC'nrrun a,i an a) hi- knew nil about the ADA ,>i- 0 .i twice .by comments on a heart at liriirn iiml endorsed It. \ '»'•'< which almost killed McCar- Huberl Humphrey, the MlnncBotnl"" McCarran's recovery was a „ u,. !„ .,... ,,i "disappointment" in his career in y.nator who in the presiding genius of ADA, hus been a guest" propagandist on the Yiiroslnw-Hu bin program. Incidentally, thv well-known old Reuben's restaurant i'i not Implicated in this situ.v appointment" Nevada journalism., In Boston rumors were current! AMERICAN LEAGUE that the American committee for 72 58 Atlanta 73 GO .549 N<w Orleans 69 03 .523 Memphis 67 65 Mobile 64 65 Nashville 02 68 Little Rock 61 70 .466 Birmingham 57 70 .429 Last night's Results Atlanta 10; Nashville 4 Birmingham 0; Chattanooga 2 New Orleans 1; Memphis 0 Little Rock at Mobile, cancelled, rain. Tonight's Games Nuthvlllc at/ Atlanta (2) Birmingham at Chattanooga Memphis at Mobile (2) Little Rock at New Orleans tained the lead all the way, scoring first In the second ining. Kl Dorado cinched the game- when Don Petchow slapped a two- run homer over the right field fence. At Natchez, the Monroe Sports exploded for 17 hits and had to come from behind to take the win. Greenwood's three-run third inn== ! ' n 8 cinched the game and Hot Springs remained in the bottom , of the league. j Greenville, trying hard to stay • 3UO| out of the cellar, stopped Pine 477 ul u »-eiiui, sioppeci fine 477l Bluff bc ' hind tne five-nit pitching 'AKR of 20-year-old George Garcia of Tampico, Mexico. Greenville Leftfielder John (Glp) Gayle blasted a 385-foot homer over the leftfield fence with one on in the third inning. the protection of the foreign born hud engaged Latvn's counsel and financed his defense. Latva may •Chandler's" M now defendant " ot hiwe known that this organ!in n law milt by the political gov-| «»>"» was on the attorney «ener eminent, charged with ffypplng tne public on food nnd drink In vio- !utIon of the OPS schedule!). The amount of g y p p e r y charged n»iilnst "C'dnndler's" $340,0-10, was of the crlm-| t ||,. highest 1 " In an Impressive list Innl underworld, nor even mi nc- llf fl |, n jlrtr OPS actions. Myles J. Unnable charge to Ihnt effect, evor i,,, t ,,, ( mi . 0 |,| Dartmouth football him been heard. H hits nil beenL| nr> w |,o | s ,, IIW U.S. attorney, re- 111" HUNTER window fan, ICIcc- trl«nlly reversible, Gurirwitoed B yen I'd, 7-4414, lined montliN, Cull 1IKH LIVING, dining room and kitchen /urnlturo, Kinnll amount down nnd pick up monthly payment*, 423 W. Dtvlnlon or Phone 7-4414. iu-at NJCKRU In good nhuuo, 614 N, Wnihtuu- ton. Phone 7-30.71, aocu R«ol Estate for So U done by Inuendo und It is .sli'.nifi cunt thnt the rnoiit shocking attack on MeCiirriin was made over the nlr from an Eimt Side New York ii'Hlimnmt culled "Chandler's" by n Hum mimed Hunk under the to such tlcfcndnnts »s "l!i'Ci'<l,v chiNckM-.s" mid siimU'd nut the I'tubln bitillit'i'S 1 slonk housu for .iticoiiil i-nntliMiinatltin. Tlu- IIC-WK nf the Kovi'rnnicnt'H chnrgcs evoked ninny InterestinK tips iiiul ilceK iif uiu- llornni-d | ii'iiiiniscences concorninu the Hit YuroslRW, « IIUL-UII-IIH! disc-jockey- i bins nnd their inonlhpiece. is i-eRixtei-cd In Ne- 1 nnmiiiHs of custom mon' vwdn nn un ex-eonvlct, lie studied , ( ,\ luivo been shipped into Nevnrtn Itiw with Vllo Mnrciihtonlo. the New York who fulth- nmbUtoui mnt\ with to. work Uompntend arid a., Covmtlet, Avom«o g« *400 to $800 pen- tnon- eroitotJ )n making this money j)lt>B»« vontuct Hel'mttti D, Ends, V ii M nidil,, Tex- 15-ut NI'IW 5 room House. 800 X 910 hit, L|«hU, UIIK mid wilier. Ciin be sot-n until Siiturndy, Will siu'rl- flee for milok »alo, Olllu Le Grand, Knit 23rd Strut'!. , » 20-31 „__ Chance to Shoot VANDAUA, O. WPl — Tho little fetlowi get Iheir eluince ut gold and glory today in. tho B3rd Grnnd Amerieun Trapshoot, For the JUrnt unit only time in th« 1,500,000 •- tartHfl burru«e, the niorktftcn will fire only ngainiit (hose of comparable talent UN they I Lilly fulliiwc-d tin* Ciimiminl.st |nu-- ty line for innny yours, und ho lltndod Id Ncviutn us pri'SS-accnl for tho luto HtiKji.iy Siegel, tho underworld nubob. when Slc'ticl opened the uaudy wainbllnu housi- lind hotol milled FhuntnKci which VVR« built in part u( muti-iiul ill- tuned to huve been nbtuini-il In vlu- lall.ni of tile vviii-'thiu' ri'Ktrlcllou.s. were held un thnt qiifx- t i heat McCarnin beeuuso he introduced the highly complex Immigration bill which ' Congress fi- niilly' pnascd over President Tru- niiin's veto. The impudence of enslern letterhead soeieltea in at. lempHnu to dlctuto the selection of n senator from n western stato wns losl stunt of, And the Titut^' line! Heruld-Tribune.. published In it list. He claims to have been u Communist only for a few months 111 years ago. 1 telephoned Ferderick Cohen, Lalva's lawyer, and he would only .«ay that If a person in Latva's situation consulted the committee, the committee most likely would i-eennunend him as defense counsel. New York Cleveland Boston Washington Chlcapo Philadelphia St Louis Detroit W L Pet. 70 49 07 HO G2 52 02 58 01 5fl 50 56 .544 .525 .513 .513 season, setting them down with | four hits. Meanwhile Mineral Springs hold j one win over Nashville in the oth- ' er half of the playoff and the two ' teams meet again tonight. ONCE A BASKetBALL PLAYER* ALWAYS A SKETBALL PLAYER \NHV GOL LIK& OTHER MEN VDUR AGE €> Show Business Answer to Previous Puiila Predicts That MarcianoWill Win Title 50 70 .417 3B 79 .331 Wednesday's Schedule Chicago at New York Rofiovin 100 vs Sain 9-5 Cleveland at Boston Lemon 14-9 vs McDermott 7-7 Detroit at Philadelphia Wifiht 4-5 vs Fowler 1-2 "A,e you a Communist?" I asked I St. Louis at Washinfiton Byrne (i- Mr. Cohen. He said he would not discuss his personal beliefs and when I said thih was not a personal but a l.olitical lawyer question, in the Mr. Latva's anti-McCarran propaganda case said he considered the question to be personal. He still would not say whether he was a • Communist. Latva probably will be ajlowed to renin in this country by eexcu- tjve order. Not by the most clever design could a case have been selected by the government which would have provided a more poignant or hypocritical smear of Sen, ( «tor Put McCnrrnn. The New York city which elected a Communist Times and Herald-Tribune ignored t» Congress over and ovor. revelled these qualifying facts in their sob In the Latva case In Boston as a | story editorials against McCnrrnn. 12 vs Shea 9-0 Tuesday's Results Boston 0 Cleveland 5 Philadelphia 4-6, Detroit 3-5 twi- night. Chicago 3, New York 1 night Washington 2, St. Louis 1 night. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Now York .St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh the NiUlunnl Cl»it« chnm- 'I'ltleK in five clunaos fruin AA, In which tho avt'fHUu 00 or ovttr down to CHu?, D for tnt< not-so-«ood shoot- cm who «vt*r«B«i under Btt pmi* tent, will b« decklm), The day's pnmruin, expected to Htlnict HOIIU> UOO HluKiU'i'si, will bo by u stutt> flvu-i\»un vaco and n xono ninglttK cluiin|)lunnhl|) uvcnt In , which tlw (op men will fight for The Kill SPANISH RANGE LEE WELLS ropri<>M.li»l,li>l4*l7 Well.. 1 HmnU.lt,I It)- Kli<( Ki-«luif«Syn,lk-«l». V& CHAFTKU TWENTY -SEVEN ULAtSK folt u tion-o\v for A shooting furnishes n the Preliminary Muiull- cu|> umwrrow and the Grand Amur- Irnu llunrtkni|) Friday — the major event. The North American' t9>ynrd clay tnritet championship w«« decided yesterday ovor thtf 300 — target route. The winners wore: I Men — Rudy Etchtm. 20-yoar-oW Sun Vulley. Ida., red .head who broke 2QO straight and the defeated P. O, Dally, 5t>yeai>old Fromont, Neb., fanner in a shootoK 100-DO. Among nt»« tkxi for third place in the aoa-Ui-sot marathon with scores of 100 ot SOU were L. Ingles Keny, Nevuda, Mo., and Hudtftuu Jtter, AlthcUusr, Ark. Metallic, She had spoken Blia-orcly, teeing her mtat&kc, inuKIng this laat eager graap for n happiness. Hope and love glowed In her (ace and her eyes. Hud thta happoned two inontha before, Uhxiao might IIRVO taken her away from Conejo. But . . . llonnte. And n o w, tn thta moment, Blulno found that ho could not deatroy Mehxnie'u dreams, rerlmns later, quietly wlthdrnw- Ing, ho could bring her to under- Hia Cauo tioftoned and he her, tenderly. She responded «o awiniy that Ulaiso hastily «tepp«d back. "You'd better got those thlngH put away ... in cane Murk eomea Uck." "Hut you and I , . .T" Sh« left the question expectantly untlnlshed, "I—aomelhluK will work out, •ontehow." Sho took It .M answer enough, replaced the documents und returned them to the high shelf. BlAiaa walked back tu th« kitchen, picked up tint coffee cup and drank d*«ply. When M*lanto came out, he alood by the door, hut in hand. "Leaving ao soon?" \ "J think—I'd better." "When will you be back?" I .II Yard BUY-SELL or, TRADE WITH HOPE STAR WANT ADS v _^ PHONE 7-3431 She stepped cloie, lifted up on tier tOM and klaaiHl him airain. "Very aoon, wyse, I'll wait." H« ducked out tho door and walked with nwlft, long «trld«a to hi* hw*e, «nd *wung Into the Id rode northward, hia tfeftUgitt* moved in a giddy whirl. H«7flt aahamed for WuiseU, and y*l juaUtted, too, He rccallwi Uw deep aurfi ol a y m p a i h y and J Wwxdi»f h« had felt for Me> it, fcwt—ha ttO longer loved her. But Nark? UonU had «ald to ftnd t)vi wan who bought land, who tra&td, told and quietly acquired the Valley acre*. Blatsa had found that man, now. BUlse understood wby. yeara be tore, Mwk had worked to have them all surrender to l*<wla, The King of Calabas&s. Mirk «»u»t have ahrewdly reaUxed, oto^M dfive rival* off but he could a«v*r wholly poawai the land. Tben the ftood and the drought had «4rt*U«i Scorpion'* expansion. Mark h«4 pr«ftt»4 k StarUftf* uw? Blaiae l&tt'**^.&*<* *» Ae4 lionla. Aa to tho old Chavez murder, Uliuse saw It in ft now light; Mark had coveted Chalsworth land and ChuvcK had owned a good deal ot It. Mark might logically have placed tho incriminating gun and belt In UhUso's attack without suspicion, llo could then hnvo sent word to I.i'onlH, who hud moved instantly to remove one of tits most dangerous opponents. That made seii.si., though IK I mi I proof was lacking;. What of Melojilo? Sho believed Ulaiso would return for her. He shook his head. Now he need not fear expoalnK Murk, It ho vvus Uie real murderer. But Moianlc would discover that Ulalse could not take Mark's place. She would have lost twice. Ulaiso rodo through the pass and drew rein looking down on Ca'a- basas, llo could nee thclfcirn behind the grocery storo.^pv guurds. Men moved in and out n the store; A knot ot them stood tinder the big oak tree. Blalse's lips pressed and he set the horse to the descending road. He entered the town sitting easily in the saddle, e y e a sharp and searching. He passed the blacksmith shop, noted the loafers about the open door. They were fresh from the range. They stopped talking and watched htm as he roda by, He passed a httchrack, lined with horses, noted the Scorpion brand. So I*eonia had come ... in strength. The old man planned something, and the old suspicions flared up anew, strong and powerful. But reason and the knowledge he had acquired In the Conejo Intervened. Leonis almply planned direct and fast action, typical of hia swift way lit the past "Blaiae!" He drew rein. Hal atepped front the livery stable and waved urgently to him. Blaiae kicked the home into a trot and rode Into the yard. "Leonla rode In. He'e at the saloon, holding powwow with some of hia boys." Blaise nodded and turned the horse over to the boatlcr, who glared at him »nd reluctantly accepted the rein*. Blaiae walked out the gat* and «CTOM the street to the aaloon white Hal hurried away toward the barn. U«u4s aat »t one of the Cafe table*, a tew of hia riders dost about, eowe of the merchant*. AB Blaise entered the men trailed. We've been waiting by LM * WeU* Mauri**** fey <Ctef or you." '1 heard." Blaiso walked to the able, looked around at tho men I then down at Leonla. "How ibout a palaver?—Just us?" Lc'onia cocked a shaggy brow, onsldcrcd and then nodded. He ;lanccd at his foreman, the storc- cecpcr. "I'll see you later, boys. !"ho sun's warm on tho porch." Tho men moved slowly to the door and out. Ulalse pulled a chair around. The old man waited calm- y, but something in his jaw and iyes showed that he expected an- agonlsm. "What you have in mind?" he demanded. "Clearing my name," Blalse said. 'Who took, over Chavez's land after he was killed?" "1 don't know. I paid no atten- .lon to Chatsworth. You could find by the records." "I'll find them, believe me. I uiow the man who tits the picture, [.eonls. lie nts it right down to ihe ground." i Leonis blinked. "Who!" ' Blaiso shook his head. "Not yet , . no real proof. But 1 think my man is tied in with Vaaquez. You mark my word, Leonis, Vasquez will strike again and on orders from the fellow I know la at the bottom of all this devilment." "You're just guessing, I'd say." "More'n that, Leonis. I know wbo 'my man' Is, He knows what's Happening hero. He'll come." Blalse jerked his thumb over his shoulder to the street. "So 1 want the guard held at the barn." "Until he makes a play . . » or run* out," Leonis nodded. "After- want T" ••Jail in Los Angelea and a trial." "I order niy men." Leonis agreed. 'You fear nothing from Scorpion." Blalse walked to the ator*. He told Hal to atop Worrying. The Scorpion atgundo walked from the aaloon to the store and gathered the men on the porch around him. They listened and then moved In ft body back to the saloon. "For a drink." Hal said and sighed. "That means Leonta U keeping his bargain. I'U rest tonight," "I'll stand your turn. 1 * BUUw aaW. B "Va*ju« may wovt "We ain't got enough to him oft," Hal warned. -"You forget Scorpion's la town. beoni* won T t pa** up i chance to hit Values. We'll have pJftftty «f guns on our aide/' ffoSe W L Pet 74 38 08 45 68 49 02 53 58 60 40 65 50 68 35 86 .601 .602 .581 .539 .492 .430 .424 .281) Wednesday's Schedule New York at Chicago Jansen 11-8 vs Minner 11-8 Brooklyn at Cincinnati Loes 1- G vs Raffensbenger 13-10 or Pod- bielan 0-2 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Meyer 9-12 vs Hogue 1-4 Boston at St. Louis Burdette 5-6 vs Haddix 0-0 • Tuesday's Results New York 5-3, Chicago 0-1 Brooklyn 3-3 Cincinnati 0-5 Philadelphia 10, Pittsburgh 5 St. Louis 7, Boston 5 night. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Hollywood 4; San Diego 0 (10 Innings). Portland 3; Los Angeles 0 Oakland 4; Seattle 3 Sacramento 4; San Fraricisco 3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 6-1; St. Paul 1-2 Charleston 3; Kansas City 0 Milwaukee 5; Columbus 2 Louisville 13; Minneapolis 11 TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 3; San Antonio 2 (12 innings Shreveport 1; Fort Worth 0 Oklahoma City 0; Houston 8 Beaumont 4; Dallas 0 WESTERN LEAGUE v Lincoln 2; Colorado Springs 1 Omaha 5; Denver 2 Pueblo 9; Des Moines 0 Sioux City 5; Wichita 3 Lookouts May Have Talked Way Out Chattanooga's pennant - hungry Lookouts may have talked their way out of the Southern Association leadership. Their violent - tempered sparkplug, second baseman Ellis Clary, sat out the second day ot his three-day suspension today, and his absence rrinkcs Chattanooga a less effective team. . Clary look such enraged execution to a decision by Umpire Pan Roy in Atlanta Monday night that his banishment by the arbiter got an extension from league president Charley Hnrth, who also plastered the unhappy Clary with a $2r> fine. Without their sparkling key- stoner. Chattanooga bowed to Birmingham last night, G-2, and snw their first place margin shrink to a halt-game over Atlanta, Tho Crackers trounced Nashville, 10-4. New Orleans made it two in a row over Memphis, 1-0, in the only ether game. Rain cancelled the Little Rock-Mobile meeting. Chattanooga was welcomed home by 16,779 cheering tans, who saw them break to a 2-0 lead and then bow to the Clitf Coggiii mound artistry for Birmingham. Atlanta shelled Al Worthington. Nashville's league strikeout king for five runs before' his early departure, hanging his llth defeat on the husky former University of Alabama star. A brilliant pitching clash in New Orleans went to youthful George O'Donnell ot the third place Pels, who threw a four-hitter at the on- mshing Memphis Chicks. By JACK CUDDY NKW YORK, (UP) — Loughran, one of the most severe critics of current boxing, surprised his listeners today by predicting: (1) The Jersey Joe Walcott- 110 Rocky Marciano heavyweight title fight at Philadelphia on Sept. 23, will draw much more in the city of brotherly love than if it had been slated for New York or any ether metropolis. (2) Marciano, ''the most colorful fighter since J-ack Dempsey," wil win tho championship from ancle Walcolt and will inspire thousands of youngsters from coast to coast to become professional boxers. Loughran. former world light HORIZONTAL VERTICAL Octopus link The black fluid obtained' from ink sacks of the octopus and certain species of cuttlefish, is used in manufacture ot "sepia ink," a rich, reddish brown ink used extensively in water coloring. heavyweight champion, said, "I | cai'.'t understand why everyone ia' bemoaning the fact that the big fight will be held in Philadelphia . instead of New York. It's really • a Philadelphia fight. After Walcott comes from Camdcn, N.J. —.just across the river from Philai clelphia — and he has a tremen* dous following in that part of Pen- j nsylvania and in Now Jersey. Also, anyone who would come from New England to New York would add a bit of mileage and continue on to Philadelphia. And New York fans will go to Philadelphia if they figure they're going to see a knock- c'own-drag-out brawl." Could it be that the erect, brown haired, 49-year-old ex-warrior with the scar tattings about his and mouth favored | because it was his home town until he moved to New York in 1945, long after his 1937 retirement? "No," said Tommy, "I favor nothing and nowhere in boxing today. I suspect much dishonesty in the sport. But I must give credit where it is due. I believe Philadelphia is the best site for the light, and I believe Marciano will beat Walcott. "Yes, I've seen both fight several times. Marciano is the heaviest puncher and most colorful fighter since Dempsey. Yes, he's much more colorful and captivat ing than Joe Louis was. Louis was a plodder, a stalker, a mechanical fighter with great hand-speed. He left little to the imagination. He always wanted the opponent to lead. Marciano marches in throwing punches — like Dempsey -used to do. He gambles that he'll knock you out before you stiffen You've got to admire a guy like him." troit Tigers. 4-3 and 6-5. to climb into a fifth-place tie with Chicago and advance within nine games of the pace-setting Yankees. 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Philadelphia Clubs Own Best Hurlers By JOE REICHLER AP Sports Writer Who is the best pitcher in base- bull today? The folks of little Pottstown. Pa., point to their own Bobby ShunU, the pint-sized southpaw of' the Athletics as the game's top hurler. On the other hand, the good citizens of Springfield. 111.. contend that their Robin Roberta, the pride of the -Phillies, is the best in the business. At any rate, one thing is certain. The Philadelphia clubs own the only 20-game winners in the major leagues today. Shantz was the first to reach the charmed circle, notching his 20th triumph Aug. 5. Roberts, who joined him yesterday became the first National Leaguer to reach that total. Roberts coasted to his 32nd complete game in 28 starts Tuesday night as the Phils outslugged Pittsburgh, 10-5. The Pirates scored four times in the last two innings after the Phils bad built up a 9-1 lead. U marked the third straight year that tbs 85-year-old right lander has reached the 20-win mark. 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