Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 19, 1954 · Page 14
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Hope, Arkansas
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Political Announcements .": HOP* SfAR, H-OPi, A* KANSAS SOe pet Ihch , above, ore f6t- eorv H». HfeJiuter t>r skip- i VIII take ths dnS^day rate, tlosslfled advertising copy Until S p. m.,for „.,_..,.... .jMldwing fley. . . ( J1 pAiWl*h«rt «ierv* Ihe.^lght to -~- '— all odvertt»«n<»rtti Of" >n ond, M fe|ert advertising sub.. w, , or* 'or mo»-« l«H«f», 6r .flflures Such at hous« or « rftnribws tount'ds orts word. H6p*-Stor will not be reipoh: or otter* fn Want Ads unleu tailed to, our attention thterttbrt Of ad ond th«h ONE ineortset fniertlon. k PROSPECT. 7-3431 Prcn J.Muory ,18, aftdrnoon by BLISHING co. . , .: protdtnt I h«?$tor Bulldlna , Walnut S»r««f , Editor *• Piibllilwr ,' Managing ' Editor' x c , Advertlslni ManagM - M«ch.', Supf. , i Spldef lily biftbd. $1 per dbiett ,._jtpa1d Within Arkansas. CheA' pet hefe. Artnift Gray, Ozan, July fl-1 Month COMPLETE stock iA-grocery store at wholesale price. Mrs. J. A. Mil* len SodcaW, Arkattsas. 12-Gt BEND1X Automatic Washef. Price $50. Contact Mrs, W. W. Biddle nt Fifth and Spruce streets. 13-flt TOMATOES.We pick Monday • Wednesday * Friday. Call Experiment Station, 7-4458. Will last about a week. 13-Ot 3,000 BALES pure Johnson Grass Hay in field, 30 cents. Call 7-3541. TWO girls bicycles cheap. 420 North Main street. - 17-3t REGISTERED .Guernseys. Bred heifers, cows and bull calves. 'Hale' Guernsey Farms, Prescott, Arkansas. 19-3t MODERN Grocery in Hope. Will sell,stock; fixtures, and building, or stock, fixtures and rent building. Write Box 339, Hope, Arkansas. 10-6t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. $25.00 per month. Bills paid. Private bath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152.- • , - June-10-TF STORE building at Fifth and Lau' rel streets. Phone 7-3392. i2-8t _.„ '/o» «*eond clati m'ott«r at pf«i»^Office at Hop.,'Arkonw, Sr^hiif'Att of March 3, 1»»7, fi'of' the Audit Burtou of MODERN unfurnished'house across from' • High School. C.E. Weaver Phone 7-3143. • 14-3t ubiifipYfon Rates (payable In ad"" fr i. ' vance): .. - r!er-ln Hope and neighboring NICE .sleeping rooms convenient to bath. 315 W. Division Mrs. -C. E. Urrey. • 16-31 ,.;;..,., , 13.00 t ,maii, :ln , Hempstead, .Nevada, (We;| Howard, and Miller coun- m:,:, :, • The' Aiuclofed >r«i: presj! i?" entitled ,»»•„ use > for. 1 ropublicatlon 'now* printed In this jfr^it^Well f'QS all AP news men* ROOM unfurnished duplex; also, large" two room furnished apartments 801 South Main. Phone 76837. , 13-6t 3 ROOM unfurnished apartment. 507 Edgewood. 16-3t FURNISHED Apartment. Mrs. Geo. Sandefur, 320 N. Washington. ' 17-lt Wonted to Buy TOiBUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves .Bargain Shop.- 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. ?'Will •„ pay top *. pr|cqS, 'Phone -7-2228 or see Ralph Saunders. ~ J12-1 Mo. f*« 8tM it iuthWliM Itt AH' *ttttc« th»t th* foUofelflg art £tMidtte» to* public ottl6e iub- i«et to the action of the Demo* critic prtaflity election. 4th District OttEN HARRIS G. W, LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCK Pot Trt«»ur«c HARRY HAWTHORin BYERS HIDGDHJJ for County Clerk ARNOLD j. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY tAMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON for Sheriff and Collebter W. B. (Bill) HUGGLES JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Three B. L. RETTIO A. P. DELONEY for Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS.-G. A. NASH •Alderman Ward Two JOHN- ; S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS, KATHRYN LOT! FRANKS JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Notice Rotary Team artd Lile-Mutphy Witt In Little Big League play Friday night, the Rotary team downed the Citizens Bank 3-1. Lile-Murphy defeated Hope Star 10-6. • Detroit Says Yanks Are a Shoo-in NEW YO.RK (fl Manager Freddie Hutchinson of the Detroit Tigers and Schoolboy Rows, his first lieutenant, agreed today that the New York Yankees will -.vin their sixth straight pennant but they differed as to the degree. Hutchinson thinks the Yankees will win over after a hard-fought battle with Cleveland Rowe believes the defending champions wii! win in the breeze. Hulchinsoii commented on the Yankees' prospects yesterday after the Tigers had split a doubleheader with them, losing 6-0, then winning 8-R. "I'm not 'sure they have the better team, but they have a psychological edge over' Cleveland," he said. "After all, they've been in three straight dogfights with the Indians and they've come ;(jut on top every time." '&• Rowe, former Tiger pitching great who returned to the club in the capacity of a pitching and first base coach this year, didn't mince any words. "I can't see anybody but the Yankees. There's nobody '''around that can beat 'em. They're making their move now and once they grab the lead from Cleveland, nobody is going to take it away from them. Certainly not the Indians. They'll fold like an accor- dian. They always do." Sports in Brief By United Press SATURDAY CHICAGO Errard King c feated Helioscope by two-and-a-half lengths in the $161,300 Arlington Classic at Arlington Park. INGLEWOOD, Calif. Corre- VOTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. When guests or Tourists inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. spondent won the $137,100 Holly- ood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park, efeating Rejected by about ngth. : TWO weeks only. 20% discount on Beauty Counselor cosmetics. Lois Purtell. Phone 7-2156 or 7-2878. 16-6t FRANK Du Shane is not connected with mei ;Sarnuels Real Estate (Farm Buro.au -, Agent) 101 East FATv -young hens. See Hope Locker and Processing Company for 'delivery date. 17-6t are now buying Watermelons. C/ B. Russell, West 3rd street. Phone 7-9933. • 16-3t i^the - Merchant, .Matlne. ions, - Infor^nation tr V.Servicei 15-3t PNE 7-3369 ft?, '«.' ',<" Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf QUICK Mimeographing service Reasonable rate. Call Samuels 7-3708. Farm Bureau Office. 101 East Front Street. June 17-1 Mo. WILL keep as many as three child ren jn my home. Mrs. Evon Crider, 1004 E.Division. 14-3t Funeral Directors OAKCBEST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE , . . AMBULANCE 3ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 J7-lMo. . Front Street. 16-6t Heal Estate Wanted WE need listings on farms and ranches; Please see us as we have prospects. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE 7-4468 14-3t Real Estate for Sale NICE home for sale on North Elm. Good terms. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND .INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE 7-4468 14-3t PPl^aVwWt Ark ' USTOM % fi??f for deep Freeze Jnnerturlnj HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7'5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. Special Ice Cold Watermelons 3c Ib. No. 1 Home Grown Tomatoes and Cataloupes. Try our dry cold melons for quality, E, M. McWilliams East 3rd Street HY 67 TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs, New and V$«d Parts. Highway 67 west Piol 303 NORTH Ferguson - Six room duplex - 2 baths, complete; plenty. closets. Nice large rooms. Needs some repairs. Two large shady lots. Streets paved. Priced-to sell cheap. ON West Avenue G - We have a bargain, ,a 12 room apartment house, 'Good tenants, a real money maker. Double garage • large lots - street paved. Rents will soon pay for it. Will make money to tear down and ; builc smaller houses. Plenty of lots for tins purpose. Don't overlook this one. UST outside eity .limits - We have beautiful and modern 4 room tile home. Hardwood floors - plastei walls - plenty built-ins, 100' 265' lot with small poultry house and yard. Garden and truck. 4 ROOM cottage on extreme Eas Shover street. 50' x 150' shad> lot. Owner leaving town. Will sel cheap. GREENING INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY G. I. F. H. A. and Conventional Loans: % Real Estate All Kinds Of Insurance Phone 7-4661 15-3 / Ark. You'll Enjoy Eating At Cofe &_5ervice Stotion ''Hpiirs Western Amateur/ at Seattle SEATTLE W The trees the sky and the grass grows dee and thick nt the Broadmoore golf pourse, but few of the 165 golfers teeing off today in the Western Amateur Tournament will go along NEW YORK First GJance cored a neck triumph over Dark eter in the Wilson Handicap al OCEANPORT, N. J Closed oor ran a mile in 1:37, clipping vo-fifths of a secor.d off ., ack mark, ip winning tliR'^Sc or Mile at Monmouth Park'. the Cleveland few York Chicago Detroit Washington oston laltimore hiladelphlo DOUBLE DUTY—Here's a boat that Is ]ust as much at home on land as on water. The swamp vehicle was designed by 'art 'oil , company, in Tulsa, Okla., to carry seismograph equipment through the swamps and mud flats of Venezuela. It is said to be able to carry several hundred pounds of equipment over soggy land, and can cruise in 20 feet of wafer. SPORTS ROUNDUP OAYLE TALBOT. >NE W YORK There is no reason why the Australians should not be permitted to take a fowl bows for the recent success of VANCOUVER, B . C.' Pat letcher of Saskatoon, Sask , won 10 Canadian Open Golf cham- ionship \vith a 72-holc total of iO, becoming the first Canadian n 40 years to win the title PORT OF SPAIN, ' Trinidad amilton Hichardson of Baton ouge, La., 'completed a raii.-de- ayed, ' 0-0, 6-0, 6-2 victory ever, Jerek Phang, and Hal Burrows of harlottesvilie, Va., defeated Geoff nglefield,' 6-0, 6-0, G-3, as th e Jnited States wound up a 5-0 vie- ory over <he British West Indies n their first round North Algerian Zone Davis Cup series. MIAMI, Fla. Chicago Varona f Cuba outpointed Jimmy Marti- cz of Phoenix, Ariz., in their 0-round fight. DALLAS, Tex. Gene Andrews if Pacific Palisades, Calif, won he National Public Golf .title by efeating' Jack Zimmerman of Dayton, O., 1 up, in "the 36-hole inal. their young athletes in international competition. Rulers of world tennis for the past three years, they now are making threatening besturcs toward a similar domination in golf. They have John Lancly, holder of the mile record of 3:58, 'and they we among the world's mightiest swimmers. , They have been the World's cricket champions for so 16ng that England is thoroughly s^ick of them. » (•Two of the most coveted golfing Crows fell in recent, months to a j?.air of sharpshooting Aussics whose names' scarcely were known ih r this country. First, Douglas B-achli, a .small-size tavern owner from Rosebud, Victoria, won the British amateur title by defeating our own Bill Campbell in the final, and then Peter Thomson, a 23- year : old pro from -Melbourne, who Had 'done well on the American winter circuit, .mopped up the British Open to , complete a great ouble,;!'/^ •" ' V~ •'"-,'•:•- ^". ' '^ *' ' •All of wliich adds' up to ah amaz- ng record for a nation which at he.- most recent head count num- sered only about 7 ! /2 million per- ons, not counting aborigines. As ne who has made several trips 0 the country, .we are asked with ncreasing , frequency if there is my ready ••'explanation for the ut-bf-all-proportion successes nl he; pussies." 'The answer is, well, yes. They .re a big, healthy people, and hey are crazier about more dif- erent forms of sport than the in- labitants of any other plot on the jlobe, including- this one. You pul he combination together and yoi yre . going' to come up with an awful lot of good athletes. Pride has something to do with t. The Australians feel that they are a little nation, and remote, and it affords them trernendnus Measure to knock over the big >oys. As a painful for instance, hey get n bigger wallop out of SUNDAY WILLOUGHBY, O. Julius Soros of Southern Pities, N. C., beat George Fazio of Pine Valey, N. J.. in a "sudden deatlv 1 layoff to win the $5,000 first money in the Carling's Open Goil Tournament. RIVER FOREST, II!. Bernard Sartzen of San Angeio, Tex., won he men's single crown at the Na- ional Clay Court Tennis championships i>y upsetting Tony Tra jert of Cincinnati, 6-2, 4-6, 60, 6-2 and Maureen Connolly ot San Diego, Calif., retained the \ men's crowi; with a 6-3, 6-1 victory ever Doris Hart of Coral Gables Fla. DENVER. Colo. Jimmy Jack son of KirUwood, Mo., won th Trans-Mississippi golf title by de feating Rex Baxter, 4 and 3, the final. TOLEDO. O. Tho (earn o Betsy Rawls and Betty McKinno won the Women's Inverness Go] tournament with a two-round tola of 137. Jack Benny's appraisal. "Jt's so, beautiful," said the co- metian who also is an entrajjt "You can play lousy and almost enjoy it/' Benny' and a former Spokane, Wash., boy 9ing Crosby got }n a tuneup round yesterday, along with the defending champion, Dale of Indianapolis, and Johnny ol Palm, Springs, Calif. Crosby a.n4 top 3 and I, came out on 4< *' 1? the COUW that BU.$ to pieces ja 104C. PET WORM SUFFOLK, Va. W— Bill Shaffei 12, won a prize in a playground pe show here with his entry of a three- inch, earthworm. BEEFCAKE — Paul Rose, . 28, will probably give the French girls plenty to ; yell about, r He was chosen 5-the "Most f Beautiful Athlete -• in. Paris." The five-foot, ten-inch tall muscleriiarv'holds'!the win- i ner's cup given to him after | the contest.' Legion Plays Waldo Tonighf The Big league game scheduled or tonight at Legion field has een postponed until Wednesday ight. The Legionaires play Waldo ere tonight. AMERICAN W L GO GO 21) 57 33 37 48 35 49 35 DO 32 55 30 34 Pet. GB 29 .G82 .674 '/, .'J33 4 .4 IT .3GB 27-i .357 2«'4 Yesterday's Results Boston 4), Baltimore 0-4 Washington 8-4, Cleveland 3-7 Chicago 10-4, Philadelphia 2-3 New York G-G, Detroit 0-8 Today's Games Detroit nt New .York Cleveland at Washington Baltimore at Boston '21 (Only games scheduled) SI Dorado reenville VIeridian Monroe ine Bluff Hot Springs COTTON STATES W L Pet. GB 54 2G 46 32 .675 .590 43 3« 3fi 4 33 44 2 54 .544 10'/ 2 .450 18 .20 19'/i .308 23 '/2 Yesterday's R«sults El Dorado 6, Greenville 1 Meridian 4, Pine Bluff 3 Monroe at Hot Springs (ppd, rain) Today's Gaires Monroe ;.il Hot Springs (2) El Dorado at Greenville Pine Bluff at Meridian 'NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn Philadelphia Cincinnati Milwaukee St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W L Pel. GB GO 29 .07-1 54 35 43 41 46 4 45 44 41 46 33 52 29 60 .607 G ..')12 14' .511 M'/ 2 .506 15 .71 18 .388 25 .320 31 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 12, Chicago. 6 Cincinnati 14-1, New York 4-3 Milwaukee. 4-5, Pittsburgh 1-7 Philadelphia 11-9, St. Louis 10-0 Manrfoy, July 19, 1954 .1^ - _-. -i - •• -"I'M I I itfH Sfanky, Moore in Fistfiqhf at Ball Park By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Eddie Slnnky, scrappy malinger of the St. Louis Cards, boils on the hot seat today after a fist figh|K with Terry Moore, the man ho fired as coach, and a forfeiture to the Phillies 'for delaying tactics. Stanky and Moore, new mnnagcr of Philadelphia, tangled in tho midst of one of St. Louis' worst ball field riots in years yesterday lo climax a flaming two year-old feud. After Moore was fired in 1952, he departed from his normal mild* ways lo blast Stanky. "When he loses a blall game he acts more like a 9-year : old boy than a manager," he said. ' Tho job is too big for him. Stanky is temperamentally unsuilcd for the job ot manager." Fireworks were expected when Moore, named manager Thursday, met Stanky's Cards Cor the first time. It happened yesterday at usch Stadium and they're stilfc iuking up the pieces. It was the* rst forfeiture since 1949. Coining from behind three; times IB Phils pulled out the first game 1-10 in 10 inings on a doubt by moky Burgess and a single by Bobby Morgan. The game had ieen delayed hour and 18 min- • tcs by rain -in the seventh. The second game didn't start • mtil after G p. m. so lights could iOt be Uirned .on under National ,eague rules. With darkness apl' iroaching in the fiftn and the "hils leading 8-1 with one man in base and two out, Stanley had wrought in two new pitcher.? and iad waved'for. a third when umpire Babe Pineili walked to the field telephone and notified the jress box that the' game was for- eitred to Philadelphia 9-0. No individual records go into the book because the legal five innings weren't completed. Stanky protested the game, claiing Pinelli had exceeded his uithpi-ity. "Any delay prior to the including free-for-all was precipitated by members of the Philadelphia club," he said in a ;elegram to National Lua^utj. P,resr .dent Warren Giles;' " '•'*-' .Catcher Sal Y.v.ars.pf_>tli<j.,,Cards Today's Games.' 1 Brooklyn at Chicago New York at Cincinnati (n) Philadelphia at St. Louis (n) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (n). Pompey to MakeHisU.S. Ring Debut NEW YORK (!?) Yaunde Pompey, the man from Trinidad whose name sounds like, .the first line of a Calypso tune,.- .makes his first U. S. start Wednesday at Chicago Stadium against Moses Ward of Detroit. _. OD _ _ c _, For thre years, 1 ' Pompey has jinnmg"pur "ears" back"In Davis! been attracting attention of Britain, Cup Tennis than we would out of knocking out the late Dave Sands, beaitng thorn as if we ever do. Anting a draw with Jimmy Slade and beatiiijj Slade in a rematch. He is ranked fifth among the light heavy challengers although he may campaign ns a middleweight after & few American fights. Pompey got down to 162 for Bobby Da\vson Jan. 25, the only fight he lost. In .his last outing lie weighed 169 '/a when hi? knocked out Guiliano Pancini May 13 in London. Ward will be remembered for his exciting bouts with Willie Troy Holly Mim.s and Georgfc Johnson. Although he lost all three and wap stopped twice, his action Uyle won SOUTHE.RN ASSOCIATION., i W L Pet. GB Atlanta 67 39 .593 New. Orleans 60 41 .154 Birmingham 54 45 .545 Chattanooga 53 46 Memphis 46 50 Mobile 42 !J7 Little Ro=k 41 07 Nashville 38. 56 5 .34 6 .479 11', .424 17 .41« ,17V Shetler Top Glutch Hitter in Cotton Loop By The Associated Press 'Meridian's Vernon (Moose) Shetler is rapidly gaining the reputation of being the to;j clutch hitter in the Cotton States League. Yesterday !tor the second straight day Shetler came through with the game winning hit. His single in the 10th inning scored Bobby Adams and gave Meridian a 4-3 victory over Pino Bluff. Tho .40-1 18'/ Yesterday's Results •Chattanooga 3-12; Nashville 2-4 Memphis 5-2; Little Rock 4-0 (2nd game suspended in 5th) Mobile 7-3; New Orleans 34 Birmingham 3; -Atlanta 2 • many The Chic-ago match will be seen on CBS-TV. TV fans get their first look at Chris Cristunsen, the Danish weld ter champ, in a 10-round match b fnn re , Shetl 5' s llonle n ! n with Billy'Graham" at "Brooklyn's in the 10th ining broke a 3-3 tie between vho same two teams. In the other games yesterday, league leading El Dorado topped second place Greenville 6-1 arid rain caused the postponment of the Monroe at Hot Springs game. Beverly Gross was the winning Eastern Parkway tonight. Christensen lost his only U. S. start, to Billy Lauderdale. This is almost- a- comeback foi Graham, high-ranked welter con tender. He has had only one fight since December, when he won ovei ouveuy uross was me winning Pa ddy Young. Heunderwent an ap- pitcher m the Meridian-Pine Bluff nendectomv and then injured an Each American consumes an average of 164 quarts of milk a year. stands. Par for the layout is 70 so Nelson was 21 ui\dor standard. Although the route is booked at 6.328 yards it's a union longer hip than whpn Nelson Jtnow it. A lot of prom mint ijcOfers will Le robbing for Morey F scalp. Pie- sent ar« i-t. Joseph VV Cpnrad pi game. It was his fifth victory sgainst two losses. Gross had re- Jjeyed starter Roy Jayne in the m>th inning. Don .Hendricks was |b.e loser. Bernie 'Tojnickl hit o home, run for Pine Bluff in the 'seventh inning. • Jpl Dorado's Ken Yoke allowed Greenville seven hits. Greenville's only run came in th« seventh on a walk, an error and Lou Lucas' single, Miurice Kelly started for Greenyjl,le but gave way in the wuing to John Venable Dorado scored? oi.r runs San An,tpniQ, champ, 1853. Jimmy on five hits. pendectomy' and then injured an elbow in a Danbury, Conn., bou Today's Games Atlanta at Birmingham Nashville at Chattanooga Memphis at Little Rock Mobile" a I New Orleans By The Associated Press .AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 10-2, Charleston 5-3 Minneapolis 2-5, Kansas City 0' Indianapolis 8-1, St. Paul 7-4 Louisville 10-5, Columbus 6-0 TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 7, Houston 1 Shreveport 3, Oklahoma City 2 Dallas G, San Antonio 5 Tulsa 4, Beaumont 0 Jackson Wins Over Baxter at Denver DENVER Wl Jim Jackson of Kirkwood, Mo., rallied from a Chole deficit to overtake Rex Baxter Jr. of Am'aiillo, Tex.,,4 and 3, yesterday in the 36,hole fjnals of the 51st Trans-Mississippi Golf Tournament. .., ":":r','•'... Both'the 31-year-old Jackson, a Walker Cup player, and the 18, year-old Baxter, national junior champion, were playing jn their first TransrMiss. Jackson defeated defending cham.pio'n Joe Conrafl, and first baseman Earl Tprgcson of the Phils touched off the big jattle whrn they arguoH and^ squared of. The two players werff' old. enemies, -dating b'acktto a :ree for-all in Boston in 1952 over a^•:.broken 'but 'when Yv'ars :. was with New York arid Torgesoji with the Bijajves. ?,- /. .' -:^i >'.";* Mpoiiel ex-Cardinal 'great,: tum- iled ' "out," of the dugout and grabbe'dy Yjt'ars. Then Stanky lac- teled Mo'prV. Moore came up with i)i dirty; face and scratches on his neck. ' Stanky -hasa mouse under his right eye and a scratch his neck. Playqrs-from both teams were'- ; .on., the.'-field, uunching and wrestling beforeX'pblice broke up and escorted 'the men off the field. ,"• •::'• -.-^V ;""' : -v.-' The day's fistic ' aetiiw vjed for attention with- the perftjant race. Cleveland still .leads the 'American by half a game. Both the Indians and New Y9rk Yankees split doubleheaders. The .Yanks ' went out front briefly, for the 'first ^ since April 22, by winning the firs from Detroit 6-0 on Harry Byrd's five-hitter, while Washington was thumping Cleveland ti-3. Cleveland rebounded into the lead by winning its pecond. game 7-4 as the Yanks' 12-game..winning ].;stre,ak was snapped "by Detroit 8-6, Chicago's White Sox took ; 'a pair from the feeble Philadelpl :ia Athletics 10-2 and 4-3 although Paul Richards drew complaints fo stalling in the second ^ams. The Boston Red Sox shut out Baltimore 4-0 on a one-hitter by Russ Kemmerer in his first major league start but the Orioles won the second game 4-1 on .'Duane Pillette's five-hit pitching..' In the National New York split two at Cincinnati, losing 14.-4 in the first game and winning' 3-1 on. Willie Mays' 33rd homer and Monte Irvin's 17th. As Brooklyn thumped Chicago 12-0 on homerf!' by ',Roy Campanella, Duke Snider and Carl Furillo, t'le Giants lead was clipped to six games. ; Milwaukee had to settle for an even break with the last-place Pittsburgh Pirates. Warren Spahn needed help from Emit; Johnson to hold the first game 4-1 but the Pirates scored six ruivi in the seer ond ining on the way to a 7-5 vie? tory in the second gamo. - with Charley Simmons. He is nowl.f. an Marcos, Tex., in tho somi back in top physical condition. imals, 1 up. Jackson, bothered by a stiff The bout Will be on ABC-TV. Al Andrews ~pf- ; Superior, Win., and Sauveur Chiocca. of France top the St. Nicholas'.Arena card Du Mont-TV with a welterweight 10- rounder tonight. The clever Andrews packs a little more experience than the Frenchman, youngest member of Jean Bretonnel'-> stable. Chiocca's best win was over Danny Jo Perez in a ^ , ,„ , „ .Madison Square Garden relim. Frank Walenga, the league's Andrews holds decisions over adine nil ter. nut El Dornrin /-H_I_,. i^ -n..t »*.,„„: Tin* leading hllter, put El Dorado in Hie first inning \\ith -W dj[s,. Chick Davpy.. Ppt Manzi, Pat Lowery and Joey Klein. nriQ4ucjii,0!n in the United. — neck, wobbled two over par 'in the 18-hole morning round to fall, four down to Baxter at the noon rest. He came ?izzling back to win six of the next nine holes with spectacular . sub-par shooting that. itu> nerve! Uw young Texan. Baxter fell completely apart pn the 33rd j hole where the match ended. He conceded the match before he leached tho green after f»ve shots went asvry. ' The Missouri amateur cUsmpion went ahead to stay with n birdie Miller Barber Wins at Camden CAMDEN Two,:; .University en the 426-yard par-four 27th hole. He drilled in a 30 foot putt, , . of Avkansas students yesterday battled for the Ouachita 'Valley golf championship, and MiJ.ler 'Parber of Texarkana, Ark., came put the winner. .' ! \ '?•' ; Barber |jred even-par' 'golf to feat Joe Boone of El Dorado, 3 and 2, at the Camden Country Club. Barber entered the fjnajs after whipping Charles Woo4ard Of Magnolia, Ark., one-up, in yesterday morning's semifinals. Boone defeated Toxie Bourn of Haynesville, La., 3 and 3, in the semifinals. Ross Cos of 'Ardrftore/ $kja,,, d&- feated defending chamntan AyJi* tjtanp, tf ~ " " ' i|||aiaiQnan ^Y-;' ^"f 3^'~-«835*~; * jr; .. * i* ^ !i ! - Monday, July 1$, 1954 M6PI StXft/ HOH, ARKANSAS 02ARR IKE .YOU CAUGHT A COLD AT THE BEACH SKllF-\ "-i-YESTERDAY SNlF OUT OUR WAY VIC FLINT Te&ni&er pie IKJA DEM THAN BRIW& UPAKJ ^^yffsmsssp^ iwS»>g£10ff.) N A Me &&M*** WORMS., KIDS AMD HE AMP HIS CURE' ALLS .SET THRU WITH'SS/WTHERE WOKi't 6fe MUCH TO COUM OVER He and She TH6VRE THE SIZE PEAS AMP HE'S . 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