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PAGE SIX ~ SEE TRIO flT LtllGUt IBP MerJwick Rated Leader, Followed By Mize and Slaughter nv PAUL nix United Press Staff Correspondent ST. LOUIS (UP)—Take it for what It's worth, but supporters of the St. Louis Cardinals predict (he 193fi race for National League balling honors will be a (Dree-way contest between Joe (the Duck) Medwlek, Johnny Mize and Hookic Knos Slaughter, leading sluggers o fthe Gas House Gang. Medwick is a cinch lo repeat his performance of lust year, St. Louis fans say. He ran up a balling average of .314 to lead the league. and observers predict tiiat unless he breaks an arm or leg in mid- season he will even surpass last year's feat If for no olher reason than lhat he will have strenuous competition - from Ills lira team «idles. / Mizp Vonnida'ble Itivul Mize, • big first baseman, Is expected to pfovlde most of The Duck's competition. Hie 25-year- old Georgian was rnnner-iip in balling in Hie senior circuit lost year in his second seasoii with the Cardinals. Observers say that if he continues lo show the same progress demonstrated In the past two years he may even pass Medwlck. Mize was the Nations! League's outstanding rookie In lB3fi when' he broke inlo the Cardinal lineup j by ousting Rip Collins from first- base. He tatted .329 that year, nnd' n c - , p ,.. . proved it wns no nnsh-in-lhe-pnn L/VOP OiX ol oeven Matches performance last scnson by bat- ~~ ling .361 second only to Medwick's .374. i Medwick and Mize were considered the best "one-two punch" in the league last season. In fuel, if Tlie Duck had not chalked lip his best season lo date, Mize would have been the hitting sensation of the league. Not only was lie second lo Medwick in batting, but he was the next-best all-around slugger In the loop. Hit 25 Home Rims Few second yenr plnyers have exalted Mize's record. His '333 total bases were second only lo Medwick's 406. His 40 doubles were second Jo Medwick's 5G. He nlso Pardon The Rude Interruption J5LYTHEVILLE (AHK.y.COUBIER NEWS ~ Everything wax quiet and peaceful for his Hock of ducks, mull ruddy inlerrnpled hy Ihe Toronto sportsman who located tHom on the western waterfront. Just within the city limits Apparemly Canadian hunters don't find it necessary to s :^ so far from Home for their game this season To Club North Little- Rock The nv .1. r. FRIEND Chlcknsnw Athletic Club boxing loam ran Into unexpected opposition nl Nortli Ultle Rock Friday night, dropping -six o( seven bouts to the North Siclcrs representing the North' Little Rock Boys' Club. It was tlieb- first loss of the year, having won four previous matches. With Ihe exception of two fights, il \vas a case of just too much experience. In view of their limited (ing knowledge, the local bitters = out 7^ S an!l ^hoT ff^^^ ,5 vn«e tin ,,,«o ~.,_ .-»• .1 „! i m B lo iticii concn, joe Crni vuns. He was one of three players to hit safely 200 times ami bat in more than 100 runs and • was one of eight players to scare more than 100. runs. In addition, - Mize wns the only player in the National league (o Jn't a home run In • every park in the circuit* The 21-year-old Slaughter, recruited' from the American Association Red Birds during the winter, Is believed to be the most promising'rookie ,to break Into the ..atlonal League since Medwlck joined Die Cardinals in 1932. With only two years of professional baseball- experience, Slaughter led the field in the American Association last year with a batting average of .382. He also led In number of hits, tolnl bases, runs scored. He lilt 42 doubles, 13 triples and 26 home runs. Slaughter's inexperience may cramp Ms style somewhat In (lie 1938 season, but the Cardinals believe he will still finish the'season among the league's foremost sluggers. But Will Appear; Malone Meets Olsen, Perkins Faces Parker "Blimp" Levy. Gtt-potmd wrestler, will be unable to perform here tonight on the American Legion wrestling card, it was tm- nounced this afternoon. Infection, following a knee injury sustained at Caruthersville rT,'"'- I" 0 *,*?™}' ™ oy(i ' fiashy Mo., last week will keen the mam 1 ' 8htwci s ht - dld not accompany the inolh malman Tdle, U was sUted Zl^-^n "n C0mpe ,! e agai " sl However, he will n ate an appear- 1?"it ™ B ™«" !ra Co"<*° team ance in the ring. l'5. rc Fvida >' J)| 8 Ht «» «'« Legion Eddie Malone .will meet Ole Olsen and jArt Perkins will take on Sailor Parker in the two bouts, Rose Frilz won the first world's ' ' ^Hiitim? < C>Ut ..? f u'.T 0 fa " 5 ' s « b -i Passional typewriting contest, in stitnting for the battle royal pre-11906, with 82 words per Vimislu nnnMin^Qrf ,,._ j .. . . . ^ t! lliclr inexperience wns loo great against Joe Red's team which has been boxiiijj for several years, Aiuon Byrd. Blythe'vllle's Mid- South Golden Gloves welterweight champion, prevented a slintoiil by easily beating sonny Ban-on for the lone local victory. Byrd wns Ihe complete muster nil the way mid was accorded the unanimous decision. An eye injury, received early in the second round during n head on collision, probably robbed Atlns James, the Holland. Mo., mile, of his seventh win of the yenr. The ace flyweight, nl.so winner nt Mem- iphls. was well ahead of Toluerl While when butted during an cx- chaiige. Bleeding profusely. James continued to bore in but joe Craig had the fight slopped to prevent further damage nnd white was declarer! the winner by n technical knockout. One of the most interesting uonls of the evening was the battle between llemy Muery nnd Jessie Clments, North Ulllc Rock's bantamweight clmmpion. Muery made a great fight of It nil the way but was shaded by the clever Clements. The crowd gave the loaal boy n good ovation when he left Ihe ring. Other results: Paul Duke, Mid- South heavyweight tllUsl stopped Storting Young in the first round. Carl Tobey halted the winning streak of BlytJicvllle's up-and-coming middleweight. Horace Walters, by Inking a three round decision! Walters gave away approximately ten pounds. Carroll GriflUli. Norm Little Rock, won from James Long. Blytheville. in three rounds. George Pniitt. Blytheville, was beaten by Joe Berry, North Little Rock in three rounds. Hugh Karliert, crack middleweight, nnd Sonny Lloyd, flash UV JICKIIV IUIONI)FIEM> NBA Service S|iorls Writer NEW YORK, March 7.—H won't t>e long now Ijeforc Archie San Roman! qnalics for membership in he Ancient Order of Mystical Crys- 'al Gu/ers. It was just n short while hack .hat Swaml San Ilomani went inlo i trance wllh himself, delved into he noi-too-dlstant future, nnd pre- licted that Glenn Ciinninglinm would one dny tliis seasoii step onto somebody's clmler track'nnd reel off Ihe distance of one mile In 4:03 if less. : That, without tail-wind, bicycle, or outboard motor. Thus, when Glenn the 'Galloper bln/cd home in 3:48.4 mid a new world indoor record for 1500 meters it Madison Square Garden, (lie jocd Swaml, who ran a dlsappoint- ng fourth. ,only smile tltmd said: 'Well, boys, did T say something, or did I say something? just unit (ill that guy gct.s outdoors (his spring." Cunningham on Schedule Remain, who has been carrying with tlie s<iual-and-shoot maneuver The word Is (hat visitors at the Garden next, ivinler will run peli- mell Inlo their own style of ril- Inck. The (my.-; ure bouncing around In practice wllh one hand tied ip their sides list lo get into tlie swing of things. But Manila Surprises .By Forcing Way Into Tournament Finals JONESBORO, Ark.. Mar. 7. _ Jonesboro high school's Golden Hurricane won tlie Fourth District high scliool boys' cage championship as expected by overwhelming Manila, 68 to ifi. In the finals of the meet here Saturday night. Tlie Hurricane easily took' the ffnnie in its stride, with reserves playing the final half, after the store was 40 to ft nt the end of tlie first half. - ;• Manila . furnished nn upset liow -„_..„„ „ i4 , lv , wvcil 111! 1 J'llg n«»«*iini _ in] iiiAEI^l) ill! mjgtJl HOIV" on n vendetta for mile supremacy '• em ' by forcing- its way through lo with Cunningham for these many i l| ic- finals. The team',' which barely years, probably knows his rival bet tcr lhan anyone else. Cunningham, In the first plnce. !s 'San Romnnl's favorite subject. There's nothing.'he likes betlcr lo talk than track, nnd when he's talking track he talks nothing but Cunningham. wny Glenn will do this." explains Ihe diminutive Kansan, "Is lo run the first three quarters in 01 and lop off Ihe linn! 440 in an even minute." Cunningham b- getting stronger, San Roman! clnlms lie's a smarter- runner now than he ever was. nnd his remarkable string of victories during; this Indoor season points to greater cltorli once the outdoor campaign gel.s under wny. «You can take (his for what you llilnk II might be worth, but "the great Swiimi San Roman! has spoken. « « * Tossing in HIP Towel New York basketball fans die hard, but Illfy had lo capitulate in the midivpst ami far west this winter. Manhattan court bugs long had been, of Ihe opinion ihnt easlern bsskelball-particularly thai played in the Gnrclra by .Manhattan fives —was strictly lops. managed -to grnp third place iii the Mississippi county tourney and thereby qualify f or the "district meet, scrapped its wny - to victory over more highly favorfd teams to gain a place in Ihc'flnals. Then It dropped another game to Motiette, 45 to '.15, to lose second iilnce. iii Uu- consolation finals. • The Dope Bucket By J., P. Friend BOYS CLUB — Joe Craig cnme bnck from Norlh Little Rock singing tlie praises of officials of the Boys club and tlie work that Is being done there . . . "Of nil the trips t have ever made—In high scliool and college and since—I have never enjoyed one any better than my trip to North LIUlc Rock Friday ... It was Inspiring as well ns educational to go through the Boys club nnd sec tlie fine work lhat Director Joe Red nnd his corp of workers me doing wllh (he boys and girls of North Little Hoffman Twins, Painters, Will Colia b o r a I c On New Book I1Y MILTON BRONNER KA Service Slaff Correspondent I'ARIS, Mar, V.—West met East. about half way when pretty Helen lloirman dashed over to Paris where her equally pretty twin sister, Mrs. Rulh Brooks, arrived by airplane from Irak. This was a try.sl for a duct on twin typewriters. These Hoffman twins who hailed originally from St. Paul, Minn,. Imve twin talents as artists. Thev paint Oriental scenes, Irak for choice, with the romnnllc Island ol Bali a close second. Nov;. lor u change, they are trying to paint with words, by writing a bock for which they will make their own Illustrations.. They have chosen .a lllle wJiioJi shows their humorous slant on life — "We MitrriM an Englishman." As a- matter of fact, It was only Ruth who wed Iho Britisher. D. 0. M. Brooks, afler he- had wooed her. for seven years. He Is an engineer nnd she_ went out cast where his work" was. taking Helen along. At present Brooks is constructing an extension of the famous Berlin-Bagdad railway. • LanJ .of Bible When the American girls first landed Ui Irak, they motored all the way from Damascus lo Bagdad, only lo learn that they must go 300, miles further lo Ihe home Brooks had set up. But it wns an exciting plnce In which to live. Practically in their front yard flowed the Tigris of Biblical fame. Not far away was reputed lo be Ihe Garden of Eden. "But we never found Ihe garden," said \Helen, "However we did live in a house. made of the same kind of mud brick the Su- merlarts used 5000 years ago and we managed to plant a garden of our own where we made fresh vegetables grow—even green corn." Safe Amour the Sliciks Miss Hoffman and Mrs. Brooks declare that In many ways Irak Is as II always was. Life goes on without the rush of Ihe west. But even at that, Mrs. Brooks' husband set up a- plant which gave their house electric light. Here they entertained grave Irak sheiks and In return they were guests in desert camps. Often they were the only western women the chieftains had ever seen. They becShie known far nnd wide and could move freely aboiil as safely as If they were in their native St. Paul. When they finish their book, they nre going back to Irak, Not to dwell In a house, but to live In the black leiils of the Arabs and see life as lived by the men and women of tlie desert since time Immemorial. MONDAY, MARCH Kidnaped Youth in Happier Days This picture shows refer Levine, 12-year-old lad now held by kidnapers, when he was enjoying the carefree life of a boys' camp last summer. Peter's father, Murray Levine, prosperous lawyer, waits at his New Bochelle, N. Y., home for the abductors to respond to his appeal to surrender the boy and collect the demanded ransom, •--'-^reportedly $60,000. -"' Embezzler Talks Way Into Prison for Year PUEBLO, Colo. IUP) — Clarence Williams, 24. almost "talked" his way out of n penitentiary sentence. Williams had admitted guilt on an embezzlement charge and was delivering a stirring plea for probation. Judge Harry Leddy wns im- piessed by the prisoner's desire to get n 'job and repay the money until Williams snid he wanted to gel n job on WPA and marry n woman with seven children. "One to two years in the state penitentiary." the judge interrupted.••'There are too many on WPA rl"ht now." ..There are large cotton mills, canning and packing plants, siignr nnd syrup mills, and plants for the production of vegetable oils, wood pulp paper, rosin, and lumber in the stale of Florida. Jurist Holds Record For Not Holding Court Notre Dame dumping New York tl>P boys and girls 0( Novth LitUc University was Ihe biowolT m ? ck ' • • In tllc bllil < il ng that ' defeated St. Johns. Stanford trounced City College and Long Island. Minnesota beat Long Island and N. Y. u. And highly significant throughout wns the fact lhat Ihe boys from the plains ami beyond Die Rockies used the one-handed shot. Eastern teams for Hie most part carried on I covers half a block and cost $16,000 they hnve n gymnasium, swimming pool, class rooms, kitchen and dining room On one side are lo- caled rooms for Ihe boys where they are Uuieht useful trades such ns aircraft, woodwork, photography, aeronautics . . . Across nrc the Hie girls' rooms where they get liislnictlon In cooking, scwiiu;, art . . .There nre three Distrucloi-s in addition lo supervisors for the boys, while the girls have an extra Instructor . . . They nlso have tennis courls and a playground . . . They specialize In enlisting underprivileged boys nnd girls . . . At present there are 157 boys enrolled who have never advanced farlher than the third grade In school . . . Whenever possible officials try to get them in school by means of sponsors, but when Impossible they give training and instruction nt the boys club . . This w&rk began 11 years ago nnd has grown from n one mom orgnn- Izalion lo the present modern setup of which North Little Rock, nnd any other city, cnn justly be proud" . . . CONGRATULATIONS — Onr lieartiest congratulations are offered to the Manila Lions for their fine showing In the District basketball tournament at Joncsboro . . . third place winner in their own county tourney, they battled their way lo the finals . . . They lost lo Joncsboro but were for from disgraced . . . Bert Williams, their fine forward, was chosen on the All-Stnr team, an honor he received on the county pick . . . ' NEW ORLEANS (UP)— -Judge (Hugh C. Cage of the civil district court 'holds n record—for . no! 'holding court. Taking the bench for the first UIIIB' In local Judiciary history with nothing to Judge, Cage came in the courtroom promptly at 11 A.M. He bowed to the attaches who had to be there. They returned the bow. The judge nodded in tlie direction of the spectators, but there weren't any. He glanced at the attorney's chairs which were vacant.' He verified the absence. "Are there." he asked, "any motions from the bar?" Court Clerk Herble Rosenmeler confirmed the judge's suspicions. "Judge." he replied, "there isn't any t)nr." Cage left tlie court, having done nothing but set n record. vioiisly announced. Rran uouner New» Want Today's champions average more lhan 135 words a minute for one hour. WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK EDDIE MALONE vs. OLE OLSEN p*w ART PERKINS vs. SAILOR PARKER American Legion Arena, North Second St. our NEW SENTRY It's prepared in America's Most M AA . Modem Preparation Plant We S7.00 ton Guarantee Every Ton. GAY & BILLINGS PHONE 7C Feign Takes 3d Wife Before Entering Prison FINDLAY, O. <U1')—Because a brlUc would have more visiting privileges nt l.'ie ststfi penitentiary tlifm ti Wand, Lcota A. McClLsl), 24, became the wife of D. Eugene Chamberlain, 31, on (lie evo of his departure tor prison. Hancock County Sheriff Lylc HarvflC gave away (lie bride to tho convicted imsxer o! tod cheeks in a ceremony performed in Die county Jail; Chamberlain was taken lo the }iemtenllary ihc next day. Probate Judge Paul H. capell authorized Iho marriage, Chamberlain's third, afler the briile ulcaded her C.-.M for extra visiting privileges. Great Lakes Fishermen Will Try for Big Ones TOLEDO (Ul')--cash nrixcs will be awarded «,,. unolosraplis ol lh« icavltsl'fisli caught in UK- Great lakes during- \ys\i. The grand |)rl/e-$50-will fi o lo tile n-shermau who produces tin- picture of the heaviest fish Fou'- second pi-lues of S12.50 each will bn awarded from the remainder of the ota) $100 In cash. Tlie piuric.s- are to be mailed lo Uoyd Ellingwood 01 oledo. who IK in charge of Ihe Saskatchewan Rewards Man Who Found Gold REGINA, SasTTup)- The S as - Katchewan government did not forget Giis Nymau for iiLs service (o the province. A prospector, Nyman was the ist lo discover gold-bearing ore "i the Goldficlds area. Saskatchewan's fastest growing northwestern mineral country In gratitude the provincial leg- stature bequeathed Nyman Jive Urtyn the thriving village of OoHI- Boy Kills Large Bear With .Z^Caliber Rife.' BELLA COOLA, B. C. (UP)—Billy Napier, 14, is the king of bear hunters as far as the Indians of Bella Coola valley arc concerned. Billy shot ond killed a SCO-pound black bear with his ,22-calber rifle. The- bruin was one of Ihe largest ever shot in the district. Legal notice of amount of revenue needed .for school year 1938-39. liudget Ksllmale General Conlrol .5 4,100 Instruction SI.500 "I Operation 4 i r,oo I Maintenance 1 500 i I Fixed Charges 1,750 Capital outlay 750 IJMii .Service )• Total 5s; Illylhevlllc Snc-clal School'' Dlstrifil No, s. ^ 21-28-7 Read Courier News Want Ads. I here are about 75 dlfTerent types of meteorites. They are divided into three man, "tees- stony meteorites or aerolites, iron meteorites or sitterlles, and slonv- irons or slcleroWe.?. WE ARE NOW IUJYING Government Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEHAUM Phone 107, iff! s. 2nd St. Ue, Ark. It Means An Added Driving COMFORT To have a new V. FORD RADIO In Your Car WE WILL INSTALL ONE For Only $41.00 EASY TERMS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh & Wulnnt Phone 810 Read Courier News Want Ads. DON'T PASS THE BUCKS! New cafe opens Saturday morning. Special Dinners 25c. Come to see us. THE BUCKS CAFE SAM \V. BARNES, Prop. 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