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Ttfw >,#"£ \? r > ? *• • \ * ;; .j.jf..",.^.. :. * K .», ~& XV ^i, $T S^' H9 Games by i > •** • Ingle Run Old Stuff to Cards 6y JUDSON BAILEY Associated Press Sports Writer The club that wins the one - run games wins the pennant in the National tongue according to the old sages of the senior circuit, This diverting aspect of victory came in for considerable attention last ytar as the St. Louis Curtli- hftls started streaking down the hdme stretch. From early August till the end of the season the Ked- btrds played 15 -tames \vhith \\eie decided by one run and they won 14 of them. The Cardinals still are playing their games tight and they still are •winning most of them, although naturally enough Iheir mark this spring doesn't compare with last atitutnn. Discounting a pair of tie games. the Cardinals have had 24 their 41 contests this sesuon settled by one run and they have triumphed in 14 of the. 24. In comparison the Brooklyn Dod- gfers have played 18 games decided by one run and have lost 11 ol them. Cincinnati has won 8 out of 15 in tlie same category. The Cardinals had anohter one of these close contests yesterday. the day's only fracas in the National League, and they cap ttlre'd it in the manner to which they have become accustomed. 4-3 over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Mort Cooper and Rip Sewcll. two of the league's -leading pitchers, \Srere paired on the mound and came up to the ninth inning with the score lied. Then Ihe Cards' speed got them the vital run. Whitey Kurowski, playing for the first lime since he hurt an eye on May 28, stretched a hard drive into a double to open the inning. Martin Marion was given an in- tfenhonal walk."Cooper sacrificed. Lou Klein lifted a fly to leftficld and Kurowski raced' home after the catch. Total for the inning — one hit, one run. Kurowski also collected a triple and a single to score two of St. Louis' other three runs to help Cooper gain his seventh victory against three defeast... This gave the Cards a half game margin over the second place Dodgers, who. were kept idle by Weather conditions. In the American League the first place New York Yankees also were idle, but the Washingtn Senators lost ground nevertheless by dropping a 3-2 decision to the Boston Red Sox. Jim Tabor and Tony Lupien hit home runs in the first inning to , send Tex Hughson off in front and he continued to victory although giving eight hits to the six his teammates made off Dutch Leonard and Alex Carrasquel. ; Friendly Enemies crown into opponent's StiUiniin's Gjm- ioth \\oiVad fol u den - *!$[$ w r^fTT^f^ v l' »t;>AVltANJ'A;| f ''*'' ' ;<1 •••*/ n . "L|! 1_! _|_"*>_ ;**'^*-* ,_ j.'jj.JiJ I- '" ''-'" *** - -'-- -'- -'-??**?! Volunteer Team Leads Southern by 4'/2 Games By the Associated Press A week ago today Birtnlngham was riding high nnd mighty, the pare - heller in the Southern Association. Nashville was trailing one game behind after a nip and- tuck battle that had seen the lead change hands as often as three nights in u row. Today Nashville is 6ut in fronl — four and half games ahead of the second - place club, which is not Birmingham, but Cliatatnooga The Barons, who losl five of theii last six games, are in fourth place several lots of shoes and boots and canned goods, there arc no ceilings on prices bid. Fish Conservation Pcshllgo, Wis. — Pete Dznrlck lad to cancel a proposed fishing .rip in the interest of kindness to birds. Pete wpnt out t ogot his fishlnu boots bul found in one a family of robins, presided over by an ever- watching Mother Ilobln. Now Dzurick will wail until the little robins get their wings before he gose fishing. ust back of Little Rock. The rampaging Nashville SPORTS ROUNDUP By Hugh S. Fnllerton, Jr. Associated Press Sports Columnist !5?V, New York June 10—(/P)Animp about the baseball Hall of Fame recently led Clyde McBride of the Kansas City Star to suggest that a lot of the old - lime ball tell of the defeat. . . "If Chadbourne. Phclon, Bulger, Sam Crane and others could come back," wrote McBride, "You would soon be knowing aboul early stars who played the game with all the daring and stamina and skill of the modern stars, a different game perhaps, but nevertheless baseball.". . . Well, there's one who doesn't have to come back. Hugh Fullcrton, senior. He them, in facl — who have received few voles or none at all. Mordecai Brown and Addie Joss have had some backing, but how about Bill Dinnccn, betler known as an umpire, Tom "Toad" Ramsey 01 "Willie Bill" Hutchinson? . . Anc id you ever hear of Charley Ben ell, who caught for Detroit ant 3oslon and.led Ihc league nine imes in eleven years? Pop con idcrs him a better receiver thai VTickcy Cochrane. who probably vill be in Ihc Hall of Fame after few more elections, Johnny Klint, or Lou Crigcr. doesn't rate himself as an timer yet, but he used to old- pal a round''with those guys and he can tell you plenty about the stars of the nineties and even before. Matter of Opinion The real "old timers" swore by such players as Jere Denny and FrcdPcffer, star inficlders of the 80's, and Mike "King" Kelly, colorful calcher who in his day probably was as famous as Babe Rulh Pop doesn't agree on these hoiccs, nor docs he agree cntirelj vith the most recent basebal vritcrs' ballot on which Frank Chance. Rube Waddcll, Ed Walsh Miller Huggins and Ed Dclchantj came the closest of those whc lailod election. . . Most of then- will get plagues in the hall sorri lay. ho says, but some of the best Now Many Wear False Teeth With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teetl more firmly. To eat and tall-: ii more comfort, just sprinkle a little. FASTEETH 0:1 your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or fuel ing Checks ."plate odor" (ilentur breath).. Get FASTEETH at any drug store. All-Star Taking Infield them by positions Hughie Senior, rates Hal Chase as the best first baseman, followed ay Fred Tenncy and Frank Chaccn . at second he places Hall-ot- Famers Larry LaJoic and Eddie Collins with Johnny Evers next. At short "you don't have lo go further than Montis Wagner." But Williamson, also listed as a third baseman, had a little prc-game stunt of having two men hit grounders as rapidly as they could while he fielded Ihem, moving in sleadily until ho wns almost on top of the plate. . . For third base Pop's picks are Jimmy C o 1 1 i n a, Bill Bradley and Buck Weaver. Betting 7-5 Against Veteran Fighter Pittsburgh, June 10' — (/T>) — They're betting 7 to 5 that "youth vill be served" tonight when 21 year - old Jake LaMotla, the 'Bronx one - man riot", meets ,JO - year - old Fritzic Zivic in ; scheduled 10 - round go at Forbcb Field. The odds had been 11 to 5, bu that was before word got arounc that Jake would weigh in al IB or mabyc lliG instead of hih form cr 160. Zivie expects to tip the scales at 151 and Jake's vanishing four pounds might make a whale of a difference. . Then, loo, some of Ihc odds- makers remembered that Fritzic hasn't lost a bout in home town in the last four years. And maybe they got lo thinking aboul all Ihc Frilztc has learned in Ihc 109 fighls of his 12 - year in - and-out Vols Love Me, Love My Dog Marline?;, Calif, — Thomas llca- lon of the Planning Commission Staff wants the Federal Public Housing Authority ruling ' ...... dogs in government trailer camps rescinded. The Iwo government camps are only 30 periicnt occupied, he com plains — while private camps where dogs are welcome, arc filled to Iwicc their planned capacity. began hilling Ihc payoff slol *usl iboul Ihe lime Ihc Barons start- el -.lipping, and have won eight games in a row. In last night's games Nashville's Ed Sauer copped individual icrformance honors with t w o loubles, a triple and a home run n four trips to the plate. He drove n four runs and scored three times limsclf. The Vols humbled the ast - place Memphis Chicks, 9-1, with Wally Signer racking up his sixth victory. Birmingham trotted four pitchers to the mound in a futile effort to silence the Atlanta bats, but wound up on Ihc short end of a 8-4 count. Knoxvillc evened its scries with ring career. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press El/.iabcth, N. J. — Buddy Farroll, 153, Newark, knocked out Pvt. Marvin Bryant, 159, Dallas, Tex. (.4). Montreal — Johnny Tousignant, 186, outpointed Joey Echevarria, 132, New York, (8). Oakland, Calif. Mnarodolfo Ramirez, 147, Mexico City, .. outpointed Paul Lewis, 140 1-2 Oakland (10). Lilllc Rock at two - all by win ning a 6-4 decision. A four - rin barrage in the scvenlh inning was loo much for Trav hurler Al Mo ran and Wayman Kerksieck tool his place. The Smokies' starling moundsman, Dick Coffman, gave way to a pinch - hitter, Cy Rob crts, in the big seventh inning, anc it was Roberts' single thai sol u the rally. Joe Powers look ovc the Knoxville mound duties, b u got into trouble in the ninth anc Herb Anderson finished the game Coffman gol credit for the The New Orleans - Chattanooga get - together was postponed and a double-header will be played lo- nighl. Today's games and probable pitchers: Birmingham (Garner) al Atlanta (Curtis) (doublchcadcr scheduled but other pitchers unannounced.) Memphis (West) at Nashville (Lindscy). New Orleans (Williams and San- ncr or Horn) at Chattanooga (Wil son and Surralt (2). (Only games scheduled.) News Los Angeles — For a year Mr:. Catherine Mannion worried aboul ic fate of her son Jerome, in \rrny. She could gel no informa on. The other clay a women brought picture of a group of Jap pris- ncrs into Ihc Mannion photo shop. sking for an enlarged print of icr son. Mrs. Mannion made the print, hen called excitedly to her husnincl: "Look! Standing by this wom- m's boy — that's Jerome!" Reward SI. Charles, Mo. — Peter J. Primcau, who recently filled his house wilh stray dogs to "save them from the dog catcher," has received offcial recognition of his role as friend of man's friends. He was appointed catcher. Sports Mirror By The Associated Press Today A Year Ago — Army decides lo form Iwo all-star football squads to play pros in scries of harity games. Three Years Ago —• Brooklyn Dodgers defeat Pirates; to regain irsl place from Cincinnati Reds jy .0015 point. Five Years Ago — Helen Wilsl Moody, returning to Wightman Cup compctilion after absence, defeats Scriven to aid U. S. gain lead over Brilish. . players have been forgotten entirely. neglected or Remember Thsee Fellows? There was Big Bill Lange, for instance, another player whose fame could be compared to Ruth's. He was a gigantic fellow who could hil terrifically and run 100 yards in 10.5 in his baseball uniform. . . There was Ed Williamson, who "probably wwas nearer to Wagner than any infielder I ever saw and he was going back then," and Herman Long of Boston, hailed as the developer of ball. there were inside" base- some greal Market Report ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK National Slockyards, 111., June 10 — (/?)— (U. S. Depl. Ajr.) — Hogs 13,000; generally 15 higher Ihan Wednesday's average on good and ennd 180 - 300 Ibs averages . . . pitchers — an unusual number of Notice to Potato Growers We arc now loading potatoes, located north of the railroad, at the Southern Ice Plant. Paying ceiling prices less cost of sacks and labor loading. Will appreciate handling your potatoes. E. M. McWiiiiams _.... _ at 1390-14.00; top 14.00; around 320 Ibs. 13.85; 150 Ibs. down 25 - 30 higher; 140 - 1GO Ibs. 13.15-55; 100130 Ibs. 12.15-00; sows 10-15 higher at 13.55-55. Cattle 2500; calves 1200; slow; narrow demand for steers, hicfcrs and cows; bulls and vcalcrs steady medium and good sausage bulls 12.50 - 13.75; good and choice veal crs 15.00; medium and.good 12.50 and 13.75; nominal range slaughter steers 11.75 ... - 16.50; slaughter heifers 10.75-16.25; slocker and feeder-steers 11.00-15.65. Sheep 1000: opening generally sleady with Wednesday; good and choice nalive spring iambs 15.2516.00; good clipped natives No. 2 pelt and averaging 82 Ibs. 14.50; shorn ewes largely 6.50-7.50. sales held the market in check after advances of major fractions. The rally in wheat carried final prices back lo close lo yeslerday's finish. Quolalons were unchanged lo 1-4 lower, July $1.44 7-8 - 1.45, Sept. $1.45 - 1.45 1-8, corn was unchanged, July $1.05,.rye spurted at the finish to close up 1-4—1-2 and oals ended at aboul Ihe day's highs, ahead 1—I 3-4 cenls. Cash whcal: No sales. Corn: No. 2 yellow 1.07; sample grade yellow, 1.041 -2. Oats; No.3 white 70 1-2. Barley: mailing 07-1.07 nom.; feed 90-08 nom. best d o g Flashes of Life By The Associated Press Durable Masscna, N. Y.,—Fred J. Smith 81, a 100-pound farmer, driving hi cows lo pasture, was atlacked by an infuriated bull. Smith twice reuaincd his after being knocked down. The third time Ihe bull pinned Ihe farmer lo the ground, bul the Octogenarian grabbed the ring in the animal's nose, freed himself and gol safely over Ihc paslure fence. What Is So Rare? Lake Placid, N. Y., — A June ski report: N. Ronald McKen/.ic, Robert Kclloc and Jack Wilkins climbed lofty Mount Marcy and re- porled "fine skiing" on five feel of granular snow. NEW YORK COTTON New York, Juno 10 —(/I')— Cotton futures were unsettled in restricted trading today. The July position showed the best resistance to selling pressure because of small - lot trade price - fixing against textile orders. Late afternoon values were ATHLETE'S FOOT Beware of It Spreading Often the disease travels all over the bottom of the feet. The Bolca of your feet become red ana swollen. The skin also cracks and peels, and the itching becomes worse and worse. Get relief from this disease as quickly as possible because it it both contagious and infectious and it may go to your hands or even to the under arm or cratch of the less. Why Take Chances? The germ that causes the disease is known as Tinea Tricho- phyton. It buries itself deep in the tissues of the skin and it very hard to kill. A test made shows it takes 16 minutes of boiling to destroy the germ, whereas, upon contact, laboratory tests, dhow that H. F. will kill the germ Tinea Trichophyton within 15 »ec» onds. H. F. was developed solely lot the purpose of relieving Athlete's Foot. It is a liquid that penetrates and dries quickly. You junt paint the affected parts. H. F. gently peels the skin, which enables it to set to parasites existing under the outer cuticle. Itching Often Relieved Quickly An noon as you apply H. F. you mnj finil that the itchinw is relieved. You ulicniM i.aint the infected parts with H. F nii'ht anil morning until your feet »rt l.t-Ucr. Usually this takes from three to tun days. .„.., H. F. should leave the skin soft on<! toes. Little watery L!i-JU-ra form, ar.U Pm , j0 th. You may marvel at the quicK the akin cracks ami pccla. After a while, v ,. :i y j t brings you relief. th« itching becomes intense, and you fcc-l you woulil like to scratch uf/ GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK At lsa."t CO % of the adult populilion of tee United States are licir.'.: ait.ic'-.nd by the liiaease kr.oy.-n ao Athlete's Foot. Usually the disease ntnrls between tho »11 the skin. Don't wait for Athlete's Foot to become serious. Get It. V. today. H p ATHLETE'S FOOT MEDICINE « * * $1.00 Bottles, NOW 50c §3.00 Softies, , tg^'^NOW $1.50 AT ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS NEW YORK STOCKS New York, June 10 —(/Hi—Farm implement stocks and omer selected industrials extended yesterday's late rally in today's market but many leaders failed to get along. Gains of fractions lo a point were well distributed in the fore- oon. There were a few wider wings. Offerings then appeared nd early plus marks were re- uccd or cancelled here and there car the close. It was notable, owcver, that dealings slowed as rices wavered. Volume of around 00,000 shares compared with 807,00 in the previous session. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, June 10 —(/<•)— Wheat Icclincd today on selling inspired :>y a slightly lower loan rate on he 1943 crop than the more op- imistic traders had expected. At one time the bread cereal was down about a cent but good support developed at that point arid )riccs staged a mild rally. Rye followed wheat, but oat.s rlis- ID cents a bale higher to 10 cents down, Jly 20.17, Ocl 19.81 and Dec. 1U.G1. Offerings were scarce and values closed at the clay's best levels, 5 to 45 cents a bale higher. j|y—opened, 20.23; closed, 20.20-21 Oct—opened, 19.8G; closed, 1D.H2 Dec—opened, 19.66; closed, 19.05 Men-opened, 19.47; closed l'J.54n May—opened, 10.34; closed, 19.33 Middling spot 22.06n; up 9. N - Nominal. POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago, June 10 — (/!') —Poultry, live; 20 trucks; firm; prices unchanged at ceiling. Pointed Bids Chicago — The sale of unclaimed goods at the Chicago Post Office is not the same as in past years. The auctioncrcs not only seek bids on Iho many unclaimed arl- ck\s, bul warn prospective purchasers to have their ratioin points if- Ihey intend to buy rationed goods. Although points are required for Due to the steel shortage, we must ask you to bring your own hanger if you want one back. A hook can stretch fabric unmercifully. Use hangers for your frocks and coats. Hooks hasten wear. They are conservation enemies. Hall Bros, cleaned clothes are beautifully pressed and pleated. A Trial Will Prove It. HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters Phone 385 jlayed independent strength THJVC lo new seasonal highs. The July contract was at a peak since 1028. Good cash demand and be- leif Canadian imports will slump Demands Will Come Regardless of War London — (IV)— Brilain will con- linue lo make heavy demands on even if viclory is won before then, her farmers until at leasl 1947, R. S. Hudson, Minister of Agriculture, said in a speech. "Last autumn," he said, "I asked for an additional 000,000 acres of wheat, and it has been achieved. 1 now confidently expect to gel well over half as much WAR JOBS OFFERED! Through SHREVEPORT AERONAUTICAL INSTITUTE THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY June 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 —8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. $40.00 to $60.00 Per Week to Start Rapid Advancements — (For Whites Only) OPENINGS NOW! . . . JOBS GUARANTEED! Aircraft Factories — Shipyards Have Authorized Us to Accept: ' BOYS, 16 to 17 (Don't wait until you are 18) MEN, 18 to 55 — 3-As, 4-Fs WOMEN, 18 to 45 Get your name on RECORD with a Vital Job in a Key War Industry — They carry High Ratings. See Our Interviewer J. F. CHAPMAN Barlow Hotel Room 41 Hope, Ark. Men's and Boys' Slack Suits New rayon twills . . . Blue, green, and tan. Men's, Priced 4.98-5.98-6.98 Boys', Priced' 2.98-3.98 Curlee Suits, 100% Wool 24.85 - 29.85 - 32.50 Men's and Boys' Dress Pants, new wool and rayons, Priced 2.98-3.98-4.98-5.98-6.98 Men's , Straw Hats The newest creations. Priced . . . 1.49 - 1.98 2.98 - 3.98 brought in Ihe buying. Realizing figure. Britain's 1SJ43 was more than wheat double acreage Ihe 193'J Men's Ties Dy Botany Beautiful silk-rayon and wool blend ties with a hand-painted look. Designed to complement your summer w a r drobe. New stripes, figured and solids. At $1 NEW HOURS--- Due to shortage of cook and a few other things we will open at 5 a. m. and close at 5 p. m. Checkered Cafe "It's Safe to Be Hungry at the Checkered" SEE US FOR WAGONS! We are now in a position to supply farm wagons . . . Place your order at once, as the factory supply will be short. Your McCormick-Deering Dealer Arkansas Machine Specialty Co. V. C. Johnston 218 North Walnut—Hope, Arkansas—Telephone 257 Men s Shirts The coolest "breeze enticers" you'll eVer wear! Collar attached. White, colors. Shirtcraft . 1.64- 1.94 Jaysons 2.49 Interwoven Sox 45c and 65e Munsing Sox 35c up Do Not Forget 17 Stamp Saturday! The Leading Department Store GEO. W. ROBISON & CO. Hope Nashville

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