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?<&.*?* %TK ""^S? ?*ft *c gf-'f-tf"' tf HOP! STAR, HO M, ARKANSAS May 16, 1935 rSfiRVtei fe 3fd REPAIR 7-2809 Highway «• Weet LUCK'S FURNITUftt CO. Kite «f City Limit* Wett Iftihtm W*t«r Bai-reli foi- Ml. A*. TO BUY i*s Used Shoes , JJAfcGAlN HOUSE ^Mfttftr-sfrom Post Office """ 1st* ^ v'^For Graduation Gifts ;l 6Ta,Lj,fe Time select Watches & Jewelry *>. .* •> i'. j • ?! '/r From ^•/Mlieon^-Jewelry Store TUBELESS TIRES at popular pHces > WHEEL BALANCING While'you wait <OMA TIRE & SUPPLY . J ' COMPANY. '•Low Cost'Insurance lUy'. . . ' FATE FARM MUTUAL r ii4S'4,, Contact : HORACE HUBBARD I ~212^E/*16th Phone 7-2436 , 1 ci* r CLASSIFIED Ad* Mutt •« If) Offle« fay ieftti |»«MI«MMI WANT AD RATES All Want Ads am poyabM *i advance but ods will., bis accepted Over the telophortft afid flccomoda- tlon accounts cll<WN»d wlfti th8 urH deritohdffto the cftcount li payable' when *tatemerit H\ttna«ttd, /Murnber ' Of Op to 15 if te 2o If t8 '25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to SO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 .time ... ..... ;. ........ . ..... 7Sc per' (neh 3 time* ........ ...... ......... 60c per Inch 6 .tlmfct ...... , .............. ;.. 50c per Inch Rotes quoted , above are for consecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day tut*. Air dolly classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, The publishers reserve th* right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub* rrtltted Initials of one or more letters, .groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word, The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errots are called to our attention after FIRS1 insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343 1 For Rent 5ESIRABLE 3 room apartrrient furnished and bills paid. 204 Bbnner. , , . 3-if SIX. room unfurnished house. 812 West 4th.-$35-a month. Dial 72247.' -" ••<• 30-tf Political . The 6t« is authorized to announce that the folfowinf are candidates lor public pttle« subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: ftr Mayer 8. L. RETT1O H. M. (OWE) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. Jft. R«al Estate lor Sato WE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY May 9-1 Mo. ^MATTRESSES .Jer Made Into lnner*»rlB| -Work Guarantee* ' ServlQ* »«»• s ''fpn*lturr& Mottren C*. t. 'Elm Street Phone 7-1811 rX WESTERN SHARES iDUe reified Income Fund- 74W4 TOP'S SER>qCE West of Hope 1 , WELDING 1 9' pnyvybesre.' 'Call 'Ui. us for* youi*'*Car, Truck, Tractor repairs. '" 'as your phone" as you -2767 !BEE-T-MITE w* r ;f .' Control Service Inspection & Qpcrotcd by GRIGG <,Mtai, « t „ > f.'> — *- Scryiee policy 409 South. Main St. r 7-2772 NICELY FURNISHED' Apartmen private bath, entrance, garage 603 West ' 4th, phone 7-4374. 13-6 TWO ROOM furnished apartmen , jyith garage.; „ Adults preferred Call 7-2119, 1002 West Ave. B. : : V • - - ,. ,-.'... • .. 13-3 FOUR room unfurnished house, a tic fan, close-in. Phone 7-3662. May 14-tf UNFURNISHED garage apartmen for adults Close-in. Phone 7-5551. 16-6 For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsail, fill dirt "Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15,1'Mo FERTILIZER, ammonia, and n: • -Irate' soda. -Cheap for cash. J. W 'Strickjahd. ' April'21-1 Mp TWO 'BEDROOM'.,home 1% bloc! from Brookwqp'd •- School at' 81£ East '5th. Call 7^5574. 28-t SIX BEDRQOM,' 2 story house with 2% baths. Ideal for roomini house, 2 blocks from town. Price< right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fin cher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo REEL type 'electric mower witl automatic rewind on.cord. Phone 7-2649. .".'-. ONE HOUSE to be moved and one to be wrecked. • ^Located at 3rd-and Pine.: See : foreman on job or call 32-4571 3-8724. Texarkana:; • , 13-2 CURRY'S lite'Control Co. BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED For Free Inspection „ . call ,A."D. Middlebrooks Jr. " ones 7-2822 or 7-3791 ft* *>i^ ViU service* Offered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb MattreM Co 310 South WMUngton, Pboiw 7-2029. . H«r. 4-tf RALPH .Montgomery Market, Cut torn slaughtering. Pbons 7-3361 10-1 Mo WATER WELL Drilling any depth or size, O. T. Clark and Son C. '',11. .Clark, Cale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B, Hope, Ark. ' April 18-1 Mo. MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescotl Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark, Free Estimate. May 14-lf Notice Hope Star •» Hop. 1S»t; Pr«M 1927 Jonoqry 10, « v «rv weekday afternoon by , STAR PUBLISHING co. ' C. I. Palmer, President Ate*. H. Wathtwrn, Secy-TrM. *t Th« Stor Building 119'! 4 Sptith Wolnut Str««| ' ' Arkamoi ^W'.JJ 1 ' , Ww WW'« £d ! f °f >..?>'*'"•!»»» w« *pn>^^' MQH M. B»Vlv Ady< V.' Hauler, •« l«<n>d clasi matter *| V f i w /*f>**«•* *'k<w«W. Act »« Mw«h I, -|»tr. the Audit «f > I, My t/op (lftt«» "(pay-gills jn. o<Jyoneej: in Hop<, and rwJghborlng Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 29-1 Mo. Help Wont«J WANTED —, Experienced waitress 'Apply in Person. Mac's Restaurant, 409 J3. Third or house next MY HOME — one mite north of Lewlsville on Highway 29, Three acres of land, four room housp with bathroom and fixtures. One attic fan, one window fan, two bedsteads with springs, two cotton mattresses, one dresser, on* wardrobe, one bedroom heater, one living room suite which consists of one divan, one platform rocker, two straight chairs, bh» living room hater,- one 17 inch Emerson TV set, . one. rug, one. dining room set consisting of om> table", four chairs, one TafJbari range, one GE refrigerator, one national pressure cooker, one rug, well house with well pump, one Day and Night hot. water heater, one heating stove, one washing-machine, two tubs, one car house,'one chicken house and chicken yard, 9 head white leghorn chickens, one automobile garage -good location, one'rural mail box. This place is' priced at $7,0000. Telephone 298-iR-S, Carl Wilkerson, Lewisville, Ark, 16-fit 1017 ! FOSTER AVE. — Large 6 room home. Shady lot. Pavement. Ask us about this Bargain SOUTH ELM, 800 block, corner lot. large shade trees, 2 car garage, 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, can be financed on very liberal terms.; Small down payment. CORNER 16th and Hervey Sts. 5 rooms, screened in breezeway built in garage, large roomy lot, Attic fan, floor '. furnace. CJose to high .and Junior High School. $750, down, FHA-GI. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. V, Fhpne 7-2228 '•••-' .-- -' -.' . ; . :16-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Fhone 7-5830 Or bring .Item* to M!M Turner at Hicks Funeral Horn* Dutch Coptur*s Firtt Prite Monty WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. (IP) Easy-going Dutch Harrison of St. Louis headed home today with his first goM title of the year and the $2,000 first prize money that goes with the Greenbrier Open Coll championship. The veteran campaigner bagged the title by conquering a case of jitters that knocked out a dozen other top-flight golfers in the final round of the eighth annual Greenbrier tournament, Harrison, who has been touring the pro circuit for 19 years, fired an even par 7 over the old white course to give him a winning total of 269 strokes for the 72-hole championship. His margin of victory was one stroke over four others who found the last-day pressure too much — Jackie Burke Jr., Kiamesha Lake, N. Y. Mike Souchak, Thomson, Durham, N. C. Peter Melbourne, Australia and Ed (Porky) Oliver, Wilmington, Del. OUT OF DOORS with Detroit Youth Outstanding Shortstop By JOE REICHLER Or The Associated Press '.Every day in every way troit's•• Harvey Kuerin ' is : p = he • not only is the American League's outstanding shortstop but also/one of the best young hitters in 'baseball. • . ' •'S} t ^ theA P° ssi . ble ' exception of „«„ UBllia __ „_ _ outfielder Al Kahr.e, who suddenly trade in Donder and Blitzen on burst' into prominence among the De- SPORTS ROUNDUP NEW YORK ..-.'.• •.. By QAYLE TALBOT — There always is a touch of sadness in seeing a big leaguer you have admired ap proach the end or his career, but there is a special poignancy the case of Enos Slaughter because old Country has loved the game so greatly and played it so hard every minute he was in there. One must doubt that there ever will be a plaque for him in the Mall of Fame at Coperstown, for a 14-year batting average of .304 is only adequate, not gaudy, and the burning zeal to win which was Slaughter's does not show in the official figures. Maybe there should be an annex for players of his type. The ax fell on the 39-year- old veteran from- Hoxboro, N.C., the other day 'when the Yankees, forced to get down to the 25-playcr limit and finding themselves burdened with two bonus youths who not be sent out, shipped along with pitcher Johnny could Enos, Sain, to the Kansas City Athletics. Enos expressed some disappointment tVlQ * r'oeai/ <5tfm(j/>l hnH crivf^n ' him little opportunity to play this spring. Yet we have a feeling that the change in pastures was one of the best things that could have happened, both to Slaughter and Brooklyn to the fans of Kansas City. New York The still-eager oldster will be Milwaukee given a chance to play out his £ hlc ? go . string. He will be off that _berich, I |' H Louis NATIOAU LEAGUE W L Pet. 25 5 '.833 15 13 .536 GB which he hated so intensely last season. The supporters of the Athletics, with little else to cheer them up, will at least get to watch a reasonable facsimile of one of the most exciting diamond figures of our time. When we think of the last groat St. Louis Cardinals clubs of 1942 and 1946. which overran the National League and then whomped the Yankees and 'Boston Red Sox in the World Series of those years, it is the dashing figure of Country Slaughter which most often pops into our' mind's eye. He more nearly typified those teams with his fine outfielding, his slashing Chicago base running and timely hitting than such stars as Stan Musial, Stengel had given'Terry Moore nnd Marty Marion. By WARREN PAGE Shooting Editor If reindeer are as dumb as their close cousins, the woodland cari aou. then Santa Glaus had better power .hitters of the circuit, Kuenn has been 'the big force in. the Tigers' •' surprise • showing in : the first five weeks of the campaign. -The $55,000 bonus'beauty was the Tigers', big hitter yesterday as the fourth-placers divided a doubleheader with Boston and stayed within 4>/4 games of the league- leading Cleveland Indians. Kuenn got three hits in the first game, won by Boston 10-4, and four, in the second, won' by Detroit;9-4, He scored three times, drove in two and boosted his batting mark to a runner-up .379. .'.'"•.'• Chicago' White Sox movdifl to within one game of the Indians with a 3-0 and 5-4 doubleheader Brother of Hope Womjin Died In Loutiana Willie Thomas died; at his.hom in, Cullen. La.. Sunday. May 15 a i.i/15 a. m. . • He is survived by his wife Mrs Elvia Thomas; three daughters an one son, bis parents Mr. and Mrs Edd Thomas, seven. sisters ark one brother! . 'He'; is, the brother''of Mrs.. Gep Sniith, Jr., of this City. Funera services will be ' hejd' .Thursday May 19'at .Cujleri, La. ( .. . • . The Usher -Board of Lonokc Baptist Church will meet Tuesda night, May 17, at 7:30. Asking al members to be present j»nd on ime. Funeral service for Rev, Lucious ..oudermilk will be held Tuesday May 17, at Rising Star Baj>tis Church. With burial in Cave Cemetery. Time 2:30 p. m. Hill Funeral service for Mrs. Lettie Cey will be Monday, May 16. a 5urdon. With H'ipks Funeral Home n charge. Time 2 o'clock. Senior choir of Lonoke Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday, May 7, at 7:30 p. m. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Chur- ti will rehearse Tuesday night, .lay 17, at 7:30, Senior and Junior choir of Garett Chapel Baptist Church will re- earse Tuesday night, ^lay 17, 30, 1 .door. 16-tf Awnings Canvas Awnings and pnetal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. • COOPER-B,LA'NKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper J615 Texa.s Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. Busing*! For Lease ONE SUPER SERVIGJB gtfttion, ?rd and Lawel. Reasonably priced. ;See S, ^. Murphy for d>tails. I-H Traveler* Cholk UP Twin Win frm Carl Manning of Lewsiville died t his home Friday, May 13. j'un. eral arrangements are jncomplet*. Junior choir of BeaBee Memorial CME Church will rebf#»'«e Thursday, M»y 19, at 7:30. to pick up after Sunday's come- from-hebind Traveler victories, .even th staunchest Arkansas diehard may have to admit the franchise is in trouble. Only 967 turned out for the doubleheader yesterday, but the slim crowd saw the Rocks play the sort of baseball manager Bob Mavis has claimed all along they pould play. They raUJed in <h> Igst scheduled inning pf both gamj?s with pennant-.coptendinjg noogs, then appUerjl }he touch in overtjrne. victory over Washington. Bobby Shantz pitched a six-hitter as -Kansas City downed New York 4 : 3 in the first game and Bob T.Urley struck out 12 as the Yankees.*,'won ;he second 8-4. Mike Garcia hurled a seven-hit 5-0 shutout to give Cleveland a split after .Jim Wilson surprised the Indians, by p«ching he Orioles to a 4-1 victory?- over 3ob ;Lernon. • f, , There was little change in the National League pictur e als six :eams split three doubleheaders. ii the lone single game. StJ'Louis ost to Pittsburgh 5-1 Cincineti routed Karl Spooner and Brooklyn 11-4 after the . Dodgers had won 'the opener 7-1 for ! their 25th victory in' <29 games . Sal \Maglie .pitched the second-place f New York : Giants to a 9-4 triumph" after the-Chicago Cubs had captured the opener 5-2. Philadelphia snapped a 13-garne losing streak as Robin Jflob.erts whipped Milwaukee 9-1 but ,riot before the Braves ha come from behind to nip the Phil lies 6-5 in the opener. The White Sox have discover& a new pitching star in Dick. Dono van in'their'drive to overtake thi Indians/ The 27-year-old righthand er pitched his' third shutout and hjsvlfourth victory' ; with a three hitter against Washington. Dono v'a'n,' who had an l !8-8 record 1 a Atlanta after failures with Milwau kee and Detroit, has allowed only one run in his last 31 innings George Kell's ninth-inning double off loser Bob Porterfield brok< .ip the second game and gave uri O^aten Sandy Consuegra his third victory in a relief role, In Baltimore, Wilson, the ex Brave, limited the Indians to two lits in seven innings before they 'inally scored. Gene Woodling's first homer of the season and three singles produced the winning runs against Lemon in the second inn- ng. Garcia allowed seven hits, struck out six and didn't walk a nan in the second game. Shantz, making a strong come- jack, pitched his third victory of he season. The 5-6'/ 4 lefty, staked o a 4-0 first-inning lead featured ay Bill Wilson's three-run homer, blanked the Yanks on two hits un- il the sixth. Irv Noren's inside- he-park homer with the bases full iclped Turley win his sixth game gainst one defeat in the night- ap. Th e Phillies missed equaling rieir longest losing streak by one hen Roberts limited the Braves o seven hits to halt a 13-game osing streak.. A six-run third inn- ng assured Robin of his fourth riumph, almost hah* of PhUaduj- hla's nine victories. Eddie Mathews slammed two new V-8 power plant for his sleigh. In my book ,the woodland caribou is, as an intellectual giant, ranked right along with the moose. And certainly friend moose never won any Phi Beta Kappa keys. ' In the fall of 1954 I was prancing around the back country oC central Newfoundland with a fine oldtimer. Uncle Mattie Jeddore. Mattie is a smart woodsman well- versed in the ways of tht caribou and moose that feed in that Newfoundland wilderness. And Uncle Mattie couldn't give the caribou much of an IQ rating, either. The first stag I saw on this his to For picture taking, trick to walk — not sneak but walk — straight in to within 20 yards by keeping downwind and lining up behind a dinky spruce. Alert? Hardly. Then a few days later, after we'd glassed and discarded as too small in the rack or not whitp enough in the cape at least half a dozen other stags, I spotted the big one. So long as we approached upwind there was no particular need for real stalk. Very likely the stag, if he saw us at all. thought the hump-backed trip was lying half asleep, chin on the ground as a prop his antlers. it was no Pittsburgh Cin cinn ati Philalddlphia 16 14 16 13 1213 11 17 10 18 9 19 .533 9 .516 9 .480 10 .393 13 .357 14 .321 15 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7-4, Cincinnati l-ll Chicago 5-4, New York 2-9 . .St.. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 1 'Milwaukee 6-1, Philadelphia 5-9 Today's Games Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) (only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland New York Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore 20 9 18 9 17 11 10 14 14 18 11 17 11 18 920 .690 . .667 .607 .533 .437 .393 1 2'/ 2 4'/2 7'/2 8'/2 .379. 9 .310 11 Yesterday's Results Cleveland 1-5, Baltimore 4-0 Kansas City 4-4, New York 3-3 Boston'10-3. Detroit 4-9 Chicago 3-5, Washington .0-4 Today's Games (No games scheduled) COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 11 11 El Dorado Hot Springs Pine Bluff Monroe Greenville Vicksburg 10 10 9 6 13 .579 .550 .526 .526 .500 .316 Yesterday's Results •Monroe 11, Hot Springs 2 El Dorado 15, Vicksburg 5 Greenville 3, Pine Bluff 2 Leaders in the Major Leagues By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 75 Official at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pc% Mueller, N.Y. 25 106 17 44 .415 Campanella, Brooklyn 30 113 2 40 .354 Virdon, St.L. 20 76 16 28 .354 Logan,- Mil. 30 112 23 39 .348 Moon, St. L. 25 110 16 38 .345 AMERICAN LEAGUE Power, K.C. 22 86 2 34 .3 Kuenn, Detroit 30 129 22 50 .388 Kaline, Detroit 30 116 24 44 .279 Bauer, N.Y. 28 113 29 38 .336 Smith, Balti. 25 80 10 25 .31i HOME RUNS —Snider, DodtjorF 11 Mantle Yankees 10 Zernial, Athletics 10 Furl 11 o. Dodgers 9 Kluszewski, Redlcgs 8 Post, Rod- legs 8. RUNS BATTED IN — Snider, Snider, Dodgers 3H Gamp-anell.t. Dtodgers 33 Furillo, Dodgers 29 Zernial, Athletics 28 Vcrnon, Senator 28. RUNS — Snider, Dodgers 34 Mantle, Yankees 29 Bauer. Yankees. 29 Smith, Indians 26 Aaron£ Braves 25 Dark, Giants 25. HIT S: Kiicnn. Tigers 50 Mueller, Giants 44 Kaline, Tigers 44 Campanella, Dodgers 40 Logan, Braves 39. PITCHING — (Based on 3 decisions) — Ersldne, Dodgers 5'0 1.000 Newcombc, Dodgers (5-0) 1.000 Consuogra. White Sox 3-0.) 1.000 Jcffcoat, Cubs (3-0) 1.000 Wynn, Indians 3-0) 1.000. Winingerls Winner of Spa Open By ADREN COOPER HOT SPRING'-'SUP) — Bo Wininger, the little man with the steady stick, finally found the fans on the last day of the Hot Springs Open Golf Tournament. Wininger pronunciation: the first characters working closer were a "I" as in icewatcr the "G" is couple of brunette lady caribou j hard,'like nails) had to shoot three giving him the come-on, since he;straight sub-par rounds before thy fed steadily in our direction until he ran into a pill from my , 7 mm, Mashburn Magnum. Fine rack, too, with 36 points, fine shovels and brow prongs. I wonder that he had been able to live long enough to acquire such a rack — but that Newfoundland country is not hunted hard, and there are no wolves on the island. No, I can't give the woodland caribou much credit for intelligence, if by intelligence we mean the constant awareness and self- protective alertness that is com. mon to most of tbe deer trible. But he is a beautiful animal. At about 450 pounds on the hoof a white-capped caribou stag, with his complex antlers is a handsome creature. He is perfectly adapted to life on the barrens, finds his food of moss and lichens everywhere plentiful, and his feet are the ultimate in design for getting around on that water-soaked ground. And as eating meat— well, If there's any game more tasty than caribou back-straps quick-isizzled in a little butter, I have yet to chew it. But he really isn't very smart, the caribou. (Distributed .by 'NBA Service) Rocky Heavily Favored to Beat Cockell By BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISCO, W—Undefeat- d Rocky Marciano puts his treas- u-ed world heavyweight title on , -. ,. . • he line for the fifth time tonight I £' eek won \ b % fans in this resort city realized that he might be a winner. The usually taciturn Oklahoma City, Okla. professional had fun Joshing the crowd after he had pocketed the $2,400 and his 67-6768-68—270, 18 strokes under par, was a matter of record. Wininger happily accepted the chock and waited quietly while the officials who had promoted the first major PGA tournament in Arkansas congratulated each other over the public address system. When host pro Bert Mead said "Did you ever have a dream come true?" Wininger shouted a reply: "I just did." Wininger told the crowd that he had heard some complaints about the'Hot Springs Country Club's No. 3 course, but he added: "You won't hear any from me." Wininger publicly apologized for a spat with a photographer. He had words with the photographer after he claimed that a shutter lad snapped while e was addressing a putt. In is apology, Wininger said: "Believe me, it was a tender moment." The incident, on the No. 3 green, was the only occasion in which Wininger displayed emotion during his precision shooting. The tough little competitor was tied for the lead after the first and second rounds — but he grad- \iially pulled away with consist- tent, if unspectacular golf. Today's Games Pine Bluff at Hot Springs El Dorado at Monroe Greenville at Vicksburg • SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet, GB ' 2i 13 .618 .60,0 1/2 New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memp h i s Nashville 'Mobile Little' Rock 21 14 2015 21 16 19 1"G 17 19 '11 22 10 25 .571 IV, .568 I .655 5'/ 2 .472 .333 .286 11 V 2 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 7, New Orleans 6- Little Rock 5-4, Chattanooga .4-2 Birmingham 8, Mobile 2 Nashville 6-1, Memphis'4-1 (sec ond' game called end 6th—wet grounds) Today's Games Atlanta at Mobile Chattanooga at Memphis Nashville at Little Rock (Only games scheduled) By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 5-5 Charleston 0-0 Indianapolis 3-6 Toledo 2-2 Minneapolis 6 St. Paul 5 Denver 6 Omaha 5 TEXAS LEAGUE San Antonio 4 Dallas 1 " Fort Worth 6 Houston 2 Oklahoma City at Shreveport, postponed Tulsa 0-1 Beaumont 5-0 (2nd 11 innings) WESTERN LEAGUE Sioux City 2-6 Des Moines 1-13 Lincoln 6 Colorado Springs 2 Wichita 4 Pueblo 2 Eggs provide' more than 2 per cent of the sales in the -overage food market. Bryant Goes After 'Last 7 Athletes By HAROLD V. RATLIFF COLLEGE STATION, TGX., Ma(| 16 1*1 —' Qoach Paul Bryant went after the 'athletes made "Free Agents" by the Southwest conference action in putting Texas A&M on probation today and reported he was getting them back. In fact, declared the Aggie head coach, more than a dozen of the high school boys whose loiters of intent were cancelled "say now, more than ever, they'll be with us." Meanwhile, Texas A&M official^ laid the onus for the athletic recruiting troubles on the alumni. The conference Saturday handed A&M the first probation in conference history. It also wiped out all A&M letters of intent — the contracts that are used 1 to insure a boy attending a certain college — and forbade A&M from participating in post-season athletic con•test after Sept. 15. The probation is for two years. ' "' „ If you need o Trailer . . . See Us WE RENT UHAUL TRAILERS and have severe! on hand now rhar are ready to go. All Kinds of . AUTO GLASS WYLIE Gloss & Salvage Co. - W«ir 3rd Street OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Sad Week for TV Boxing Fans NEW YORK U?) This is a sad week for boxing's television fans. The two, big fights of the ' • '' ' -- *'•" • mto nd practically no one thinks that hallenger Don Cpckell of England vill take it away from the block- uster from Brockton,' Mass. The 30-year-old champion has It was jtbe , r .. _,,_... triumph of the season ^fp'rlbe place Trftvejers ajud only (he orw} tinje thoy hpy^ put two ftraifht victories, a 4)w ,8.4 f|rst gjim^ achjeyed in I? iaatag: omers, good for four runs, but it as Del Crandall's single that pro ided the Brave*' winning run in he eighth Inning of the ppener. was routed 'ju the third ujnjngi in Ws first 1955 start. Ted "luszewski drove in five runs with V£,e singles and his .eighth Some un pf the season for the Beds, uke Snider rapped his llth honv r as prooklyn's Don JNewcombe ained his' fjfth victory without a tfeat with a seven-hitter in the rst game. Don Mueller's pinch hit single in .the Giants' six-rua winning raily la ih« nighjtc*p enabled him to equal the New York club record pi 24 consecutive hitting games set by Freddy Lind strom in 1930. Sal ju Wn in the opener. ,w»y ler his never been beaten in his 47 fights, dating back to his ring debut in July 1948, and the betting people are laying 8-1 that Rocky will chin the incredible string to 48. Few, indeed, give the pudgy, 26- year-old hog farmer from Horam much of a chance to last the full 15 rounds. Marcianp's blasting fists, they believe, will make the British Empire titleholder No. 42 on the Rock's kayo record. The scrap will tke place in San Francisco's largest football arena, Kezar Stadium. NPQ will broadcast at 10 p.m. EST. There will be no hprne televi- Stan. It wiU'b* televised .on a closet) circuit for screening in 63 to ,5$ *UJes. I twrun 1hijMi|hter4"tHe "e e rds r l«- ond str^tfht victory over ihf jpj. homes and Brobjtjyn'g Eastern Parkway Arena, 1 ; famed as "Th^ House jpf Upsets,"^.close's its dqoy's to boxing after'/nore £han thr/Eie years pf developing a'^eltn and producing fine cards'.- •,'' t . 'Heavyweight champion Ro'cHy M .a r p i a n Q, th£ ell-conquevihg Brpckton- blaste.(; t «iefeni|ls his titfe against 'the five-times flatten^ Dor Cockell of England at Sail Francisco's Kezar Stadium tonight. The SO^yearold Marciano is a stroing choice to whip the 26-year- pld invader. This bout, starting at 9 p.m. (CST) will be broadcast ABC) and telecast over a closed circuit to theaters from Penver to the East coast. - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near as your telephone" For All... • CARS • TRUCKS • TRACTORS • EQUIPMENT Leo Harrsfield 413 S. 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