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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1949 Bl.YTHKVtl.l.K (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PACK 4,637,743 Fans Pick Starting Lineup for Major Leagues' 16th Annual All-Star Classic July 12 By Charlt* Chamberlain CHICAGO, 111.. July '2 (ft")—Baseball's armchair strategists—a lecora (,637,743 al lliem from all parts ol the nation—have selected by remote contra! the starting lineup« (or the 16th annual all-star game In Brooklyn's Ebbets field July 12. Fans voting In the 20-day poll chose these players lor the two riva managers, Cleveland's IXMI Boudreau of the American League and J-£ton's Billy Southworth of the National: + All-Star Legion Teams Selected District Teams to S«« Action Monday On Osccola Diamond •P.* Ih tli if if rf American League Player-Tea« T.. RAbinaMl, Wash. C. Mfch.eU, Ch(*. <j. Kell, Dtt. K. Joosl, Phila. T. Williams, Bo*. T. Henrich, N. >'. G. Tebbetls. Bos. National Leafue RA SM Pos Ih If rf rf .r. .». K. H. R. •"-«* .'•••'-<> M .580 HOW THEY STAND AMERICAN f.EAr.ITE W L ,... 45 24 .... 40 30 Mi/e, N. V. Robinson. Bklya. fc. St. I. Reese. Bfclyn. Kiner. Pitts. S. Mmsial, Si. I.. . W. Manhall, N. V. c A. Seminlek, Phil". Ratline averasre — Ameririn l.tagHC .3H. Nailrmal tea-Tie -SOT. Chimw Ignored Greatest oddity In the tallottlns was lack of support from Joe Pun for players of the Boston Braves. 1348 National League pennant winners, and the world Champion Cleveland Indians. Southworth and Boudreau will find their men were ignored completely for starting berths. The St. Louis Browns also failed to place in the American League. The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds also are missing Irom the National. Under fh* agreement by Commissioner A. B. Chandler and Presl- Aht rord Frick of the National League and Will Marriage of the American, the fans' first selections must play at least the first three innings of the same. Boudreau and Southworth will •elect their own pitchers, eight or nine apiece, and the remainder of their staffs. Each group will total JS players and undoubtedly some Braves and Indians will be included. , Two Repealern for A I. Th« complete American League learn will be announced Tuesday ind the National's Thursday. Only American repeaters for starting roles In the midsummer dream game are Kell and Williams Williams—1947 and IBM batting- chmaplon—became the poll's "mos popular champion" by reaping 2, 087466 votes. Jackie Robinson, the Dodgers' sensational Negro second .acker, was second with 1.M1.112. National League holdovers a Mlze, Reese and. Musial. . Three American Leaguers will be makin B their debut in the all-sta clasic—Eddie Robinson. Michae and Joost. Three National new comers are Kazak, only rookie * mong the starters, Jackie Robinso •nd Seminick. Bddle Waltkiu of Phtladelphi _„.. . favorite of the Nationa Leagues first base spot until he wa June 18 by * crazed «irl "" •liter. Neiv York Philadelphia ..... Cleveland 36 M Detroit M 32 Boston H5 32 Washington 31 M Chicago 28 42 St. Louis 20 47 NATIONAL LEACH1E W L 41 27 40 Brooklyn St. Louis Boston Philadelphia New York Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago SOUTHERN asru-ille . irmingham tlanta toblle ew Orleans Little nock 'hattanooga lemphU ..: ad .. 39 32 .. 38 3S ... M 34 ... 2R 38 ... 21 40 ... 27 42 LEAGUE W L . . . 45 3fl .... 4:1 3(1 ... H) 30 . . 36 35 38 39 ... 3« 37 ... JS 47 . . 15-45 Pet, .652 .571 .MS 54-.1 .SW .4*3 .400 .3*9 Pet. .601 .588 549 .MS .300 .424 .493 .391 9* A Giawd. By Brecheen Fails; Cards Lose 10-2 It'* B««n a Wacky S«aton Pet .608 .303 .511 .507 .494 .493 .382 .357 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL I.EAOKE Mew York 4 Brooklyn 1 Chicago « Pittsburgh S Boston 2, Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 10. St. Louis 2 AMERICAN LEACillE New York 5 Washington 4 Philadelphia 11 Boston i Chlago 4 Detroit 0 Cleveland 3 St. Louis 1 SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nashville 6 Birmingham 5 .nnings . Little Rock 5 Mobile 1 New Orleans 8 Memphis 4 Atlanta. 3 Chattanooga 1 Kighteen hand-picked players from teams in the American Leu- ion's Fifth District Junk* Baseball League will oppose t team of 18 from a similar loop in the Legion's P*urth District in the first annual junior all-star contest at Hale Field in Osceola Monday afternoon. The W i>layer: that will make up the two squads were cosen by managers ol teams In the leagues l>y ballot list week with eich team in the two loops having at least one representative. The all-star game is set (or 1:30 p-m. and will be the highlight of a Fourth of July celebration in Osceola. Proceeds Ivom the »&m« will be divided equally between the two leagues. The list oi players picked lo represent the Fifth District in the games was announced yesterday by E. N. Shlvley »I Blytheville, secretary of the league, p. C. Wann, manager of the league-leading Blackburn-Stevens learn ol Memphis and Luke Wilson, of the second-place Marion-West- Memphis nine, who were selected to coach the Filth District team, will use their own discretion as to starting lineup J. Three From CotUn Pleker» The Blytheville Cotton pickers placed three players on Ihe all- itar squad to lead the selections with Marlon-West Memphis. Mania, Osceola, Marked Tree. Harris- jurg and Caraway each placing two players and Trumann, I.uxi and Memphis each placinj one. The three Blyihevllle players receiving berths on ths team were catcher Mel Hay, Infleldei- Alvin Duclos and pitcher Gene Shanks Other Mississippi County player on the team are: Tommy Spires and Jimmy Shaneylelt, Infielders Osceola; Ketchum. inlielder, an Qilpatrick, catcher, Manila; an Tate or Luxora. Other members ol the squad are Phillips and Spurlock, Marked Tree Barnett and Leslie, Harrlsburi Burroughs and Miles, Caraway: Ke ler, Trumann; L. carpenter and P Carpenter, Marlon-West Memphis and Rowe. pitcher, Memphis. Don Ditsler, manager of the Poc ahontas team, will manager th Fourth District team. miijor league it'll run any The 1949 season may not wiud up bi'ing the lx>.st in history Insofar as attendance records Hie concerned hut previous year a close race at beins Hie screwiest. What with Joe DiMaiifiio being sidelined lor SS games by a heel only to return a week before the all-star game to be mentioned prominently as a member of the American i^eague lemn. Eddie Wftltkus shot by a strange female admirer because she had a hidden love for him. and. Leo Duracher suspended lor trying to protect his cap and then reinstated in time to sign « long term contract with the Giants— Yeah. it'll stack up to any when it comes to wackiness. And, loo, when this season is over there tnighv tie several guys interested in Bobo Newsom's record of traveling Irojn one ball club to another, for there was an abundance of trading and traveling in the early months. Bobo, as you probably remember, played with II clubs In his 20 years as a major leaguer. iT'wlce with Washington and Brooklyn and three times with the Browns i. Now, there's no one claiming to have oken his record but there are a few that are well on their way to equal- is it if they stay up as long as Bobo did and continue to move around at he same place they did this year. Aee*rdln( U Krank Kek «f Hie Associated Press, :!'t players In lh« N'atlttual I.racne have wurn two uniforms this season and Hobb.* Kh-i»n, •tillty Inflelder with the Chieatu WhKr Sav, ha> wcrn lhr« and Ed Saner, whu Is now a Brave, came close. Kd started !•«• Mason with (he Ordinals, wal ileall to filtshurcli on the Iradinf Atadtin* day, and hefart he mtith m»re than had tiBM t* srafc a Irata t* join th« Pirate*, was notified that he had been traded to BosUn. Rcdbirdt Again Muff Ch'anc* to Move Into Tic for First Place Sports Roundup Hu|ti . Jr Sawotski's 25th Homer Sends Vols Over Borons, 6-5 B.I Ih* AswcJutml PrMW The Nashville VoU sifcgtd » n41y to nip the Birmingham Aarotin, H i 'o 5. In n Southern A.s.v>ci*l;<m | Uiiillci ni»)ii. ( Carl Sawalskj oul. hi* Hand SporU Writer) to Harry Br«- luit Hopp-ing Around And there was ille Bi'ooklyn-Pul5l>urgh switch thut s^nt. .Intnsny Hopp to the Dodgers in exchange lor Marv Rackley just, when Hopp hart noved his family to Pittsburgh, Hopn's family followed him to Brook- yn but a few days later the deal was called off when (he Pirates dedrted hey ha* gotten a sore-armed outfielder in Rackley and back to Pittsburgh went Hopp and family. The American League hasn't been quite as .swap-happy as the National but the junior circuit has seni 10 players cm to cither MR lea«ue clubs. Two of these wound up with the Chicago Nationals—Hank Edwards, from Cleveland to the Cubs, and Herman Reich, a bonus player signed by the Indians "Who TVOXIUQ \ip with the Cul>s allev a vest stop at Washington. Yes, it's been a free-movin(r and screwy season but still a good one. Odd* V End* T«m r*lli{, wh« pitched for the Bljlhuilk Gianll In 18:17. and whn in n»w working tor Greenrille, Tex., in the Claa* H Bi| Stale l.«nue. pitched a no-hitter the other rilflit gainst Sherman, Tex. Tom was optioned !• Greenville this ye*r by Uallaft of the Teiai !*«*(•« . . . Thrac« Kamsey «f Osteula who is outfteldinr with Seattle in the Pacific Coast l.e-AKue, has been ftttttat from the line- no the past few da vs. Must be sick ur in a slump. Another former Blytheville Giant hurler. Harry Feldman. who WRS given his outright release by the New York Giants alter his ve-instate- mem by Commissioner Happy chandler a couple of weeks ago. has been signed by San Francisco of the POL. Harry was one of the major leaguers given a fire-year suspension for jumping to the Mexican League. He has been inactive since his return from the Latin loop in 1947. Kicene O'Brien, the Chick.' Herj Illtle fuard »< lilt j*ar. ha« chosen Wayne Unirenrftj. Deireif. for hi* hljhrr learning O'Brkn Mid he would enter Wayne next September. ft? Jatk (AMwialrri Press What happened cheen's alter dark magic? The wiry little SI. Ixiuis Cardinal southpaw was (Kiison at night lasi ! season. Under Hie. lighis he hail » , 14-3 mirk enioule io his fine 20-7 season. i Alter winning llnep nighl suits! early this season, he lost hi* touch. I'he Cat 1ms failed to finish his lasi foui owl starts. Wllh > cliance to !!<• the Brooklyn Dockers tor the Nuilorwl l.eaftue Irad by whipping Cincinnati last nlghl, the Red Birds Hopped. 10 to •i. Brechecn .started, bin lartert lor a plnchhtllei- in the fourlh. St. 1.0ms trailed 3-0 and ihe lowly Reds llad lour hits oft Hie Cut who walked five. The pasting by Cincinnati was Die third Card loss in Iheir lasi i five games against second division opposition. For two days In a rim they have been unable lo take advantage ol a nodger defeat. Ken Raflcnxbeifier, Ihe cany Cincy lefty, won his eighth victory despite 12 at. Louis hits. (UmntA Whip HrluiLlyil Brooklyn suffered an ufimioon setback. 4-1 against New York. Don Newcombe was unnblr lo ' iiciijt c.-lou L o/ the xeuon in i the the PAHK3V1I.LG. N. Y.. July 2. -The last time you visited the Borsch Belt, more formally known as ihe Cat.sklll Mountains, It was to Re? Marcliel Cti<lan, the rVench- man, train for his title with Tony Zale. . . . Yesterday It was lo .spe Gerardo Gonxales, the Cuban known us Kid Gavilan prepare lui a welterweight Ittle willl Si'ga, , . Ray Robinson You d.d'nt! P«l»-'«|is lo ati 8 to 4 *m over the think cetdan c:o,,ld win. H,H h e |'"'"-P 1 "" cllitlks at MMUPhw- did. Yoii don t al this niomenl. llilnk Oavllat) can win. . . . Maybe he citi. . . . Gavilan went [lu'ou^h a languid workout. UOA- 1 ing six lotion's against H irio of sparring partner.* ... He u-orc a biK nmsk that iurl tiis brofld. flallened nose; He was ob\ viotisly unking an effort not lo I hurl his Kparmales—A c.oujile of ; them already nave walked out. . . ! And off his non-lhte bow with , Robinson l»st fall, you cftultln'v «,re I hiiTi as a new champion come July II. Kay wtu Ihe boss la.sF September. . . . There's no proo! second division' w far that Robinson won't be tin: boss again -then you remembci Cerdan. . . . also Kz/ard Charles, whose tiineiips lor the Joe Wiilcoll fiout weft, far from impressive, and yon begin lo wonder. u L the bottom ol thf I Hh l« rlncli victory ind a dean .sweep on j three game series. ! Hary Fisher twirled > thr*e-hlt- [ i ter a.« he pitched (he New Orleaiu Al Little Rock, the I'rav* notjit- ed thre^ tn tiie first Iramp *cii were nt-ver lieaded a.s tiiey defeat*rt Mobiles Bears, 5 lo 1. AI piechota :>et the Braj's down on l\vr -safe blows for his 11th win of Ihe .H««-son. Th a Rnclts collected nine irits h'om thrre Reai - huriers. Atlanla'.s Al Hodkey nested Ifxfo- out twirler Bobo Mewsom In a. pilcher'.s duel at ChHIanoOx* ** the Crucker.s made it two In a ro*', i :< to 1. I ' ] lelt." snys Cb»rl€». early 1-0 lead and wns knocked out while the CSInnts were enioute lo Braves control of third plucp as he ' j° mark with a 1?.-' lleie Nan Miinay Ooodman. who is healing the drums for Ihe Robinson - Gavlian tns.sle. tells about a regular customer he had noticed f,t the Ridgewood Orove fi*ht« in Brooklyn. - . After n particlilurlr Esplauatian Hep'l. SCHU . sote^!,.. the customer Intio- fiavilan's Iron mask, ll seems. ! rJ,, ce fi himself to Murray and hind- is • precautionary measure, taken | tr ( n [ m a ,.| sal . ,„<( „ bmlneiA „ (since his left eye be K an lo pttff | card, leninrkinR-. "You'll be doin« nflfi Ills first fight with Ike Wll- Hams, and his leniency with hl.s | Ihree-run rally in the eighth, i »l>»rrlng partners Is a result ol | Bickfonl cave the Boston : I'ai-lnns desertions. He doesn't want j •'- be left wllhonl op|X>sllion| .... Then Charley Goldmai came from New York d business with me.". ... It wisn't nnlil some time later th*t Goodman peeked al the card and lound the fan operated a funeral parlor. hit the 10-wln , inning decision over Hie Phillies.:*'" 0 The young righthander si"- check Oavllan s progress, adds one gled lo start the laili. snoring on Al Dark's game-winning single. i Bob Muncrlef pitched the Cubs lo a 4-5 edge over the Piiate.s In « relief role. Mtmciief came on alter Dutch Leonard was knocked out In the fourth. .loost Homer* Chnrley Keller, wnoUier one uf Casey Stengel's cripples, look his turn at giving the New York Yankees a mote explanation: "Those fellows ( 'meaning the kid'.s regular ttain- er.s) let him do as he please.s They're afraid he'll lie over-trained Twit Men'* Viewpoint* Gavllan. obviously Improved since last year's Robinson fight, maintains: "i think he will glv me H hard flaht up to the slxlh round; tfter thai I'll be on top that lime you get your sei:- givnig me tscw i u, » i „»•- i - "- lilt. He hit a pimth Iviple | «" rt «''» d '"f, «';•" ' no f»" ' ""•- Vets Hospital Hrarf I Moves to State Institution LITTLE ROCK. July 2 (/D-Dr. Hayden H. Donahue, is leaving the Veterans Hospital at reartw Tort . of Today's Games NATION*!. LEAGUE Brooklyn at New York Philadelphia at Boston fnight) Pittsburgh »t Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis fnighl) AMERICAN MEAfillE New York at Washington Boston at Philadelphia St. Louis at Cleveland Chicago at Detroit SOUTHERN LEAGUK Night Games Atlanta at Chattanooga Mobile at Little Rock Only game* scheduled, Major League "' Leaders Br The Associated Pr<*s NATIONAL LEAGUE Balling — Robinson, Brooklyn .380; sclioendlenst. St. Louis. 3+1 Runs—Rtese, Brooklyn, 59; Rob- Hoota tu become a member the 'State Hospital stafl. He will direct research and education activities at the state Institution beginning July 15. At the Veterans Hospital, he has been executive officer for more than three years. Edward L. Wilbur will come here from Port SneUing, Minn., to »uc- ceed Dr. Donaluie »t Fort Roots. Fulbright Sees Lack Of International Low WASHINGTON, July 2 W— Senator Pulbright (D-Ark) told the graduating class of the FBI Police Academy here yesterday that "the basic fundamental trouble In the world today is the lack of any law among nations and any police to enforce that law." Three Arkansan.s were in Ihe Jjass. They arc Dale Hilser of the White County slierifl's olfire; Claries Ros? Mirtin of the El Dorado Police department, and George W Pine Bluff police Smith of the Department. The Great r ,akes form the largest Inland! body of fresh water in the world. inson, Brooklyn, 55. Runs batted in -Robinson. Brooklyn, 60; Hodges, Brooklyn, and En nia, Philadelphia, 54. Hits—Robinson, Brooklyn, 9«; Schoendienst, St. Louis, 93. Doubles—Jones. Philadelphia, 22; Ennis, Philadelphia, 20. Triples — Eiinis and Ashburn, hlladclphia, and Furiilo, Brook- yn, «. Home runs—Kiner, Pittsburgh, 19: Musial. St. Louis, 14. Stolen bases—Robinson. Brooklyn, 17: Reese, Brooklyn, 11. Pitching—Branca, Brooklyn, 101, .909; Voiselle, Boston, 4-1. .800. Strikeouts—Spahn. Boston. M; Branca, Brooklyn, 62. American I*ea]rae Batting—Kell, Detroit, .353; Dl- Maggio. Boston, .339. Runs—Joost, Philadelphia. 10; Williams. Boston, M. Runs batted In—Williams. Boston. 80; Stephens, Boston, 75. Htt-s—Wertz, Detroit. 90; DiM»g- glo, Boston, 86. Doubles— Majeski. Philadelphia, 22: Williams, Boston, 1«. Triples—Mitchell Cleveland, »; Vnlo, Philadelphia. 7. Home runs—Williams, Boston. It; Stephens, Boston, 17. Stolen bases—Dillinger, St. Louis, Welch Brothers, ! Canny, Kneilsen On Mat Program Four fueding grapplers will bang away ai one another Monday night special tag match arranged by Promoter Mike Meroney to highlight the American Legions Fourth of July all-star wrestling program at the Memorial Auditorium. Clashing in the Independence Day special will be two of the wrestling Cherokee brothers. Roy and Joe Welch, and a pair of their bitterest enemies, William 'Wild Bill) Canny and Stocky Kneilsen who will lay their grudges on the line in a unique, winner-take-all, no time limit, tag »(falr. The tag bout will be unique inasmuch a.s it will be for five falls instead of the usual three. The winner of the event will have to take three of the five falls »nd will . receive both the winner and loser's j share of the gate receipts with . Holiday Not* Be carefut wirh rhxt. fifth on the Fourth. Blanket Assessment Raises to Be Ordered LITTLE ROCK. July 1 (.4'j—The State Tax Commission will order blanket assessment raises in tt number ol Arkansas counties next fall, says Governor McMath. The commission reported to ihe governor yesterday that "spot check j ' surveys in the state showed an average assessment rate of 12.59 i«?r cent. Assessment is supposed to be on 1 Ihe basis of 50 per cent of actual : value. McMath said the first job would I be to get all counties up to at least ; the II,SR state average ann the ; "final objective" would be to raise j assessments to 20 or 25 perccnl during the next lour years. I Yesterday'* Sport] in Brief By Tht As&oclaferf Prem Henley- On -Thajne.s—lack Kelly and Jack Tiinsey of Philadelphia gained the final round of Heniey'.s diamond scull. Princeton's 150- pound crew Kshied the quarter- nals as tile Cottage crew lost. Kxsketbmll Chicago—The Basketball Association of America and the National Basketball League failed to (el to- gettier in efforts lo merge or. enter into n working «feement. the. losing team receiving noihing, | Columbus discovered the Virgin Promoter Meroney explained it i islands In 1493 and named them ... the custom of the Legion to ' ( O1 . st Ursula and the Eleven arrange a special card (or the week j Thousands Virgins. of the Fourth and that this match ! — was arranged upon the request of several fans. It will be the first time that a five-fall tag bout has been held in Blytheville, Meroney said. Action in the bout will be sparked bv the grudges nursed by the four grapplers. Kneilsen and Canny have for a number of years been bitter enemies of the Welch brothers and ' seldom miss » chance lo display their dislikes of the Cherokee brothers when the opportunity arise? The tag match will constitute the pntire program Monday night. Promoter Meroney said, as the possibility of it extending late into the night prohibited the booking of , preliminary bouts. i with two men on lo climax • four- run rally in Ihe ninth inning. The Vanks came from way back to nip Washington, 5-4. wllh .loe DiMau- »io confining Ills activities lo one single and a walk in lour trips. Eddie Joost. the Philadelphia A'« iliai'kuluK, drove In five runs wllh three hits, including hl.s 17th homer, in a 11-5 romp over Boston. The victory left, the A's five and a Unit games back of the leading Yank.1. Cleveland took o\ ! ei third place by dumping the St. Louli Browns, 3-I. on Al Benton's six-hitter, white Detroit was being blanked by Chicago's BIH Wight, 4-0. College Goffers Take Rest Play Halted by Rainstorm AMES. Iowa. July 'i. I/TV--A storm harassed national inlercotleKiale golf tournament expected to ready loday the finalists for « delayed 3« hold [thaniplonahtp match. The tournament delayed again by a thunderstorm which caused postponement of the semi-final finishes until today and a 24 hour delay in deciding » champion ter whether ihe fight i.t ten rounds or fifteen" (The <ld. It might he added, never has Rone the 15- round championship route). . . "Robinson is • smarter fighter than Ike Williams, but William* is harder ror me to hit. Cioldnwn seemed » little worried about the ghl, but he finds one point in Garllan'ji favor. "He used lo hold l.s left hand too low when he mew his bolo punch and that • ve the other fellow >n opening or a shot with his right. Now lie ises both hands In close and hi ipponent bus to worry about that. Blfthevillt Man to So i port Clyde C. Fowler, airman. USN. is .scheduled to leave San Diego. Calif., early in July for Saipan. Mr. Fowler is the son of Clyde Fowler of Blytheville. His group will conduct routine air-sea rescue »nd training flichts from Saipan. 9; Valo. Philadelphia. Mitchell. ; »nd Robertson, Wash- | Cleveland. ington. 6. Pitching— Reynolds. New York. »-l. .889; R«schi. New York. 12-2, .857. Strikeouts— Trucks, Detroit, 87; Brissie, Philadelphia, 14. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING l.OWKS'l ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHRRE! Reserved Scats im S»l* at the Legion Arena from 6 p.m Kvery Monday Monday, July 4 AOIH.'1'S 50c - CHII.OKKN lit New Starting Tim. 8:15 ™* SK *** ^ KX ' RA LET'S GO FISHING ON THE FOURTH! Hoi Office Opens at 7 Wrek Show Slurl.s al 7:M Mfttinrr. Saturday A: Sunday »l 2 p.m. wflh continuous shnw Sh«» SUrls Weekday! 1:M f.m. .alurria; anil Svnllay: OnltnuM NEW Hoi Opens Week lla.ti 1:M4 f.m. iVUtine* K.lnrdjr * S«r>da.T • I.-S» I P.m t>nl Hhvwl Manila, Ark. Salttrifo.r "LAW OF THE GOLDEN WEST" wllh Miml* M«t» Also Shurl* ' "DEEF IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" *tth .Inhnn? Mack K««w», TCI Killer, A Fn>r *«((ht Walt lt>*nr?'i Trrhnleotar G»rU»* "FUN t FANCY FRII" Serial: "K»n *t th« f,t SATURDAY OWI. SHOW •< II f !«. "THE WEB" with Kd«»»d O'ftrie* KIU R>lt>f» >nd Wtlli«m ftettdl* Serial "MynterloM Mr. M." . Chftpter 4; AH* Cart**N Sunday & Monday i"MY W«LD IRISH ROSE" witl. Uennta Morgan anil Arlene l>ahl Sunday and Mnnrlny "THE UNDERCOVER MAN" Al*« .ShorlK "SONG OF SCHEHERAZADE" with Yvnnnr RrUn SMtnrdMy "BORDER FEUD" RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. tlai 4thOF JULY SPECIAL SOMETHING NEW . . . DIFFERENT TAG MATCH BEST 3 OUT OF 5 FALLS ROY and JOE WELCH VERSUS BILL CANNY and STOCKY KNEILSEN YOU'LL FIND ALL YOU NEED AT THE DIXIELAND BAITERY Including The Big Graded White River Shiners Whatever kind of bait vou "anl. we have il . . . worms, "The Red Wig^lei", 50,00(1 bi« black Roaches, sold fish minnows. And, of course, if you need equipment you can either buy or renl poles, tackle, minnow buckets, etc. 1'lan your fishing trips the easy way . . . just, bring your problems to the Dixieland Baitery 511 Chickosowba OPEN AT 3:30 A.M. ON THE 4TH OF JULY Vumj 81. Srrixlr C'hapi Son of lh« SATURDAV .MIONI'tK SHOW STARTS "CRASHING THRU" "BLONDE SAVAGE" Kilh Whip Wlls«n artrt Andy ('lyrte Cartoon A: Sfrial. "Kifllt th« r'orfsl Ranters" "LAW AND ORDER" Jnhnn.r Mack r'nxzy Knight Serlil: Chafer 4 LOST Nile Owl Show Sunday * Monday "LADY LUCK" • ilri RotKH V««ni SAI'IJRDAV .MID.MTB SHOW Starts t»:»5 a.m. "JOE PALOOKA FIGHTING MAO" was never like this! Sunday & Mondiv "TARIAN AND THE MERMAIDS" Jfvhivny Rrenda Jfljee l.lnda ChrWtan Warner Xews A »f A<tdt« TH*er. STOOGF.S- nf the D*y A hi. Short.

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