BIGHT BI.YTHEVn.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY, 5, 1949 Legion's Fifth District All-Stars Beat Fourth District Team 70-5 In First Annual 'Dream Game' HOW THEY STAND AMERICAN Motor Nines To Battle for Second Place The Blythevillp Motor Company Molontten auri the Sullivan-Nelson done it loo. except (or a beautiful Chevrolet Boys will haltlc it out for relay throw from shortstop Jimmy second plnre hi thn City Softball Slia'neyfeit that caught, him at Ihe League stamiinss tonight when they pl s [ e .' | meet In the second game of a sched- The Northeastern?) s =01 one back In their half of Ihe third. Al Duclos singled, but Shaneyfelt lorcod him at second and then moved to ^-or- InR position uiu-n first ba-nnan Guthiie allowed the riouhleplay attempt to iset through him. Charley Keller then lined a double lo the rlRht field fence to .score Slianey- felt. CarlW'iler Rrlkvfs Jim Martin. North !e;i [ielrier. greeted Shanks with a line .single to right in the fomrh. and when Shell moved him to second wUh fi sacrifice. Manager P C. Wann, Of the league leading Memphis club, brought in bit Louis Carpenter. West Memphis fastballer to quell Ihe rally. The Northeast nine went out in front- to stay In the fifth. After Cochran. a Iree-uhelUng cannon ball slinger, had whiffet) the first two batters, Diiclos singled sharply off Gulhrie's glove. Shaneyfelt then rattled the right field boards with n double, and Keller scored both runners with another hit off of Outline's glove. Tlie Fifth District lads Iced the contest in the seventh. With one out, Duclos, a persistent pest nirday to Cochran. crashed his third straight hit to right field, and legged it all the way to third Shaneyfelt hit lo second, but Duclos beat the throw to the plate. Keller talked and L, Carpenter tripled to right. In working the squeeze play. Ralph Royer popped i> lucky bunt »«r Scales' head who relieved Cochran, scoring Carpenter. Tommy Spiers walked and Preston Carpenter drove a tremendous drive to left field for St. Louis NATIONAL New York Philadelphia, Hy Bobby C. Watson Cleveland . (Spwlal fuurifr News Writer) Detroit .... ^ t Boston , . O6CEOLA, July 5.—Two dazzling aggregations of the best Junior [ Washington American Legion baseball players front the northern fourth District and ; Chicago the northeastern Fifth District met in the first annual "dream game" • t. Ofcceola yesterday afternoon. Before the contest was over, thi.s array of talent had treated a large crowd to A line display ol the diamond • rt, as the Northeast sqnad bested the Northern invaders 10-to-5. The Northeast sent Blylheville*' • righthander Ciene Shanks to the momid to open the contest. Shank's elo»> stuff had the Fourth District sluggers away off stride iltllll the third Inning when Flippo singled, advanced to second on a sacrifice, to third on Williams pop single to left. James then smashed a Shanks fast ball irilo faraway places. Earning an easy triple. James became ambitious and attempted to street! )( into four bases. He would have Brooklyn ....... SI. Louis ...... Philadelphia ..... Boston ........ New York Pittsburgh ....... Cincinnati ....... Chicago SOUTIIKKX ... W 45 .. 23 49 I.KACUK w r. . . 41 2B ....42 30 .... 40 35 . ... 41) 35 3R 36 31 <0 , 29 41 2* 45 J.KACIIK Pet. .658 595 .563 .527 .493 .451 .392 .319 Pet .611 .583 .533 .533 .600 .437 .414 .384 W L Pet Nashville Birmingham Atlanta Mobile New Orleans Little Rock Chattanooga Meunmis . . 45 41) 411 40 36 31 26 .592 .541 .506 .474 .388 .351 ulpd doubleheader al Walker Park. The two lefirns are presently, tied tor second place in the slanriirtRS with identical recnrds ol six wins against only i\\\, to.sxes and ft victory by eilhei team would knock Ihe other hilo rhird place with the winner movine ro within a half of a Eame of ihe leKKue-teiUlmy Ark- Mo Kilov/ancrs. Fa.stbalipr blrwin Jonos probably will handle Ihe mound chores for the Mocormen a^nmsv Jack Whittle! of Sullivan-Nrlson. Jones ha.s worked in !he Moiormen's last three games. hiwiiiR won all Uuer. In Umighl's fli si aame I IIP Phillips Molor C'j:i pany's up and coming Foru^ner. A*?, .vated to meet thD fifth place Jaycee (cum. Tom Ivey. who has been oui of the Phillips lineup in the last two games, is slated to return tonight to hurl for (he Fordmen who arc seeking their iliird straight victory. Phillips Is now In third place with a record of five wins against three tosses. 'Hie standings: Team Ark-Mo Blytheville .Mnlcir SullivHti-XHsnn 1'liilliiu Motor .. . Holland Yesterday's Results AMKKICAN I.KAGVK Now York 3-6. Boston '•>-•! Cleveland :j-'/, Detroit 2-3. Philadelphia 9-8. Washington 7-0. Unicaricj 12-L'. St. Louis 5-L .s'.vno.x'Ai. i.K.Atiui: Brooklyn 7-8. Philadelphia 1-4. St. I.ouis 9-0, Chicap'! 4-5. New York 11-7. Boston 4-8. IV.istanrsh 2-1. Cincinnati 1-0. SOUTIIKKX I.KACL'i; Allar.ta 3-4. Nashville 14-12. Birmingham 2-'0. Chattanooga 3.-' Mobile 8-11. Memphis 5-3. New Orleans at Little Rock (21 postponed. Ka/orbacks Owens W 1 B R .i 4 3 I 0 fcl. 1.000 .750 .750 .500 .37.i and Tie for Honors in Country Club Play Jinnes Terry a nd R. A. Porter Today's Games AMKRICAN' I.KAOrK BOM cm a i New York might). Cleveland at Detroit (uip.Uii. Chic-iigo nl SI. Louis t night >. Only 3nines scheduled. NATIONAL Lr.AtUJE St. Louis at Chicago. Philadelphia at Brooklyn might) Onlv Dailies scheduleri. 'SOUTHERN I>:,\<;IIK Memphis nt Nn.shville might). Only game .scheduled. Luxora's Legion Juniors Defeat Wilson Nine 8-4 LUXORA. July 5. —The Luxora American Legion Juniors and an independent nine divided a Fourth of July twin bill yesterday after- •pparent home run. However, he | each had a low net of 71 to lie for I lloot! with thc J «"i° r -s defeating "•-• —- 'op honors in Ihe Blythevillc Conn- j Wilson 8-4 and the South BSy'.he nefllected to touch second base, ami was out. having the distinction of getting the longest, single ever hit «( HaJe Field. The North counted again in the eighth on two passes and a double by Shell. The Northeast tallied their final run in the eighth on walks to Shaneyfelt and Keller and • single by L. Carpenter. With Blackburn-Stevens ace. Roy- j er. hurling- the final inning, the | North entry scored twice. An error by Spiers put- Million on second, and after Royer fanned Mills and Scates. Williams moved Million to third with a single. James then singled Ui left, scoring Millon. and when P. carpenter allowed the ball to get away front him. Williams scored. Royer hit Templeton. but got Martin on a bouncer to Duclos. All-Star Notes In such a crew of talented youngsters it was hard to distinguish any out.standing stars, but a few did stand out. Trumann'.s Charley Keller had Ihe appearance of a certain future star. Blytheville's Al Duclos was another standout, ilis three hits led Ihe 11-hit attack. Jimmy Slianeyfelt. Osccola speed- boy, accounted for four of the winner's tallies and no one could overlook the West Memphis brother battery of Louis and Preston Carpenter. Th» North learns hart its siars too. Don Cochran ol Melbourne is one of the best kid pitchers lo ever show at Hale Field. In the si\ and one-third innines he worked he whiffed n and wilh a littlr nmre ain't fiek'mie could liavr a- voirfed the di^aslrou 1 -;rv!*uth In- n'n? which prnvtvi lo be hi* downfall. Jamrv willi-ms and Bohuy praved to tir- ron?h on the WestMemphians Defeat Pickers Bfytheville Legion Outfit Held to Four Hits in Sunday Tilt Righthander Lo ui s Carpenter pitched four-hi l ''all as the West Memphis-Marion Junior Lesion Nine downed the Blylhevllle CoUon Pickers H to 2 in a Fifth District League contest at Walker Park here Sunday afternoon. The blfi West Memphis hurler had things all his way as he threw his offerings pa.st the Blytheville backers and he sot good support from his team mates who touched /our Picker hurlers for a total of 10 hils to make a rout out of the content. The Pickers never coukl Ret going as every thing (hey did was wronfc. In addition to their weak showing at the p' a te they were also ragged afield and failed to give i heir hurlers anything near like the necessary backing. Mont ore Holland started on the hill lor Blylhevllle and was ere-' d i t ed with -.h e loss. H e wa.s re- Mfvrd in the .second by Shnnss who worked ntil the eighth when Tommy Phillips took over. Phillips also wa.s unable to silence the Wp.il Memphis bat* ami Mack Vlay took over in the same inning to finish the onlppf. O<renlA Wins In other league action -Sniiclny OsreoJa's Junior Legionnaires smothered thr hapless and out- rljip.ied Luxora nine r rider a 34-3 a tint? on the Luxora diamond. Greasy Kaskett went the full distance for the winners allowing the home tea m t h ree sa fe blov, f s. Every O.sceola batter got ^( least one iiit with >larvcy Lee Hill cot- teoting five to lead the 18-hit attack. Each member of the O; team r roused the plate at least twice with Hill. WiU.son. Shftiiey- felt, and White scoring five times Hill and Watson both hit for the cin nit in the wild affair. Werlnc.sdnv afternoon's league schedule will find t^e Pickers play- inc at home again meeting the league-lend! tic Blackburn-Steccns nine of Memphis. O.sceola will meet Marked Tree at Osceola, Manila will bp at Caraway and Luxora at Wrsl Memphis In other B nines Wednesday. U>.s( Memnhis 14, Rlylherlllt Z West MnmnhLs AB R Jeiimn»c ss 6 2 •Sorrells rf 6 2 Flnzor 3b 6 2 P. Carpenter c ...6 1 L. Carpenter p 6 2 Wat I.s cf 4 I 0 Shcnks Ib 5 I 2 -Stoddnrd If 6 2 2 Burnett 2b 5 1 0 Brothers Win Decision in Grudge Battle Brothers Roy and Joe Welch rallied to take the final three falls la.st night to cop a tag match decision from Bilty Canny and Stocky Knellsen in American Legion's special Fourth of July wrestling program at Memorial Auditorium. The match was a best three out of five falls affair that was sparked by a heated rhubarb and ft bit of gmdge-culkcd fisticuffs. H of the roughest bouts ever taced here. » The rhr rb developed fitter the nd of the second fall when the Velch brothers exchanged blows vith substitute referee Bad Boy Brown who was called in to work he special grudge bout. The Welch •rothers chatRcii that Brown was avor'ng Canny and Kneiben and used to continue the match on? flK he officiated. Promoter Mike Moroney then took over inp; official and the match was •oniinned. The match was originally sche- luied a~ a winner take all affair nit due to the rhubarb and the lece.ssity to change officials ihe our granpl^r.s decided In change his part of thc booking and proceed with the boi't as a regular nrnch. Meronev explained. Canny and KncHsen Rot off lo i fast -tart taking the Welch; n the first two falls but the en- rnffcd Cherokee brothers bound back lo take tl^e last three round. 1 : and the decision. They grabbed the third fall In .he'near -crord time of three m!n- j r f', a ' w ite.s, took the fourth in 12 minutes L' e ^^ 0 and won the fifth and deciding round in 1 minrtrs. Knellsen won the first round in 17 minutes and the second in 15. Due to the extra length of 'he main event no one-fall preliminary matches were care! >d. Bums and Yanks Hold Leads After Fourth of July Twin Bills Sports Roundup to Hush KuJIcrton. Jr. NEW YORK, July 5. (AP>—Disturbed by vartotus statements that the 1949 Major League baseball is livelier than ever, etc., John Kobs. Michigan state Baseball coach, recently conducted ati informal test. . . . He dug up some baseballs from about 1910 and a high step ladder and tested the old ones against the new by dropping them from the same height on cement paving. . . . His conclusion: "Those old balls bounded just about even wilh the new cnes.". . . We've always wondered u-hy the manufacturers, who have testing machines accurate emvty.U to show "less tharv two per cent variation' 'in minor league baseballs, don't run a real test on balls of various makes and apes and nnt the results on record to .settle the .•'("I'ninU for cood. . . . K->bs nr^b-'blv U r'mh* In sayins tint thc ••livel'ne.ss" is due to the hilter.s swin"ing for homers, where T old-timers were punching for sinolc.s and to the modern practice of to'-sing in a new bpll every few minutes Hayti's AH-Srars Continue To Win; Beat Delta, 17-5 HAYTI. July 5.—The Hnyli All- Stars defeated Ihe Delta Cats here yesterday afternoon by the score of 17-5. Lou Weiss hurled flic first seven innings and thrn was relieved by Red Williams due to the intense heat. Sewell caught for the Stars. The Chuck Mutton team of Memphis will return here Thursday night for its third game with the Stars, who have beaten the Metn- phians in close contests twice. j Letty Fisher will be on the hill for Hayti. The game will start at 8:15. Strike Three Bi'll, National Football brv<s. gets a chuckle out of how one usually-reserved roach in his Icaeuc exploded a few vcnrs aeo. . . . The coach, unvers- pn in the niceties ol insulting officials, didn't notice the ball was only 30 1-2 yards from hi.s own goal when lie beean sotmrtioe off. . . . The referee silently stepped oft a la-Viivri penalty. As he placed thc ball, thf coach made another remark and the ref acain stepped off 15 yards . , . Seeing the ball on the liaK-vard line, the coach shouted- "Now where are yon p.o- iii£ to t.-ke it?" .... This time the ref just walked aw-ay. Shorts and Shells In Throe years of dual-meet com- wtition for North Carolina U.. new Kj> Jack Hand Preo Spord Wrllerl The Fourth of July lias come and gone with (he New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers still showing the way In the major league pennant races. Tradition says the night ol the fourth Is the telltale date, ft you lead them, you can start building new stands for the world series. Actually it's right only about 50 per cent of the time. The return of Joe DIMagglo to the Yankee lineup after he missed the first 65 games because of « heel Injury continues to spark the league leaders. Since Jolting Joe came back they have woa sevvn of eight, including five straight over the respected Boston Red Sox. The Yanks have a 4'^ game lead over the Plladelphla A's. The Yankees' Vic liasehi went all the way to win the opener. 3-2. for his 13th victory of the season at the expense of Walt Masterson. In the second Joe Di- Magglo's homer pulled the Yanks up into a tie In Ihe fifth and Billy Johnson's single with the bases loaded in the seventh provided Ihe winning 6-4 margin for reliefer Willard Marshal over Mel Parnell. The second game was tie- laved by rain aiirt finally was called because of darkness after seven and a half Jnnlngs. A's Keep 'Pace The Athletics kept pace by trimming Washington 9-7 .ind 8-0 with little Bobby Shantz. Mack's 5 foot inch southpaw, pitching a 10-hlt shutout in the second. Cleveland beat Detroit twice. 3-2 and 7-3. Bobby FcMer squeaked through in the first game with relief help from Satchel Paige after he was lifted from a pinch hitter. Homers by Dick Kokos and Gerry Prlddy ga-.e the St. Louis Brows a -1-2 victory and an even break with the C icago White Sox who rapped the Brownie for 15 hits, including two doubles bj George Metkovich In the. 12-5 first game. Branch Rickey collected twice at Brooklyn a.s the Dodgers won a morning and afternoon game from Philadelphia, boosting their lead over St. Louis to two full games Preacher Roe just missed a shutout in the 7-1 morning game Vols Strengthen Lead by Beating Crackers Twice By fhr Associated Fres* It was a grand and giorlou» Fourth of July for the Nashville Vols. They walloped the Cradc«r* of Atlanta in a twin bill, 14-3 anrt 12-4. before 10,000 yelling lanj in Sulphur Dell. The wins were the ninth and enth straight at home for Nash- llle. give tlie Vols a two and a alf ^aine lead in the Southern A.I- ociation and makes thTii hosts ^^ :ic all-Mar game July 12th. *^* The second-place Barons of Bir- ilngham divided a double bill with | ,ie Lookouts at CI\atUnoog«. 3hattamx>ga won the lirst game 3 ] 2 The Barons pasted the Look- uis lo to 2 in the nigVitcap. Mobile's Bears swept a double- ! :ader with the Memphis Chicki, oing eipht innings for the 8 to 5 ] in in the opener, and jumping on le last-place Chicks, 11 to 3, in j ie linale. The New Orleans Pelicans wire \ ained out at Little Rock. Big Babe B?rua clouted two ho- I ei-.s for Nj-shville in the second I ame and hit seven times In nine 1 piwarances at thf plate for the j day. try club's annual Fourth of July Ttolf tournament yesterday afternoon. Tm-y had a Ion' gnw; score of 73 with a two-.slroke handicap while ville semi-pro nine defeating tlie Luxora Independents 10-3. The doublfheader was played on the I uxora diamond, fu the junior game Stovall went TotBl.1 50 14 10 Blytheville Vance ss Porlcr turned in a gr«s score of | he fml ""felance [or Luxora hold-J ^ t1 ™^ lbb 75 for the IB-hole play but had a | '£,.£« ™'f",..'.'l™ i?.,,'™' ^.^y c four-stroke handicap. First place \ award in (he lo\v net tourney was' $25 jii mere-handise. Ta the bltnd bougie piny, Bill M- tliree-stroke XVI. I.s on used three hurlers with. Mooiiiig starling and being relieve!! i by McNabb atid Burch in thnt orricr. i Mooring was tagged with the loss. i Looney and stovnll led the hil- hck shot an 86 wiih a three-stroke j tin fo| . Lllxora with each g cU in!i -handicap for a low net of 83 to win j nvo hius Rva] _ s Wphb Niyo|l amt 1 first ptarc. He also received &25 m , Burch accounted for Wilson's lour ' golf supplies. ;" j n j Ls j Iti Die driving conies!. r>r. Jarniw j [ t] ihe independent game Johnny C. Gviflid carried off first place : Duclos wenl the route for the Hlytheville nine while Hicks an:I Coleman worked for Luxora. KicKs \VRS credited with the less. In game.s Saturday the juniors defeated Cole Ridge 13-fi and South honors wilh a 270-yard stroke. E*c ' also received $'2S in mere ha noise. I In addition to the got[ toui'iia- ( meats, members of trie club and j their mie.st.s were entertained wiih a barbecue arid fireworks last night. ' 2b Blythevillc beat the independents Gambling on Baseball j Games on TV Flourishes j Livestock p'»Hier< 10 !i)ts. for . of their LOS ANGELES. July 5. itfV-A | new racket is plasnint? the brlra- : gnered Los Angeles Police Force and : Its new chief, Muj. Gen. vv. A.! Worton of the U. S. Marines. : It is baseball gambling, by television. Casinos are .springing up in various sections nf the city, Cioup- iers stand behind gteen tables and j-sing tnit frequently chausing odds on plays of tlie gnmr bcin^ trte- ; vised, ! Will .the bat ter lly oul. single. Mrike out? Wiil t]>f I'uniifr 20 on 'lie npNt pilch? There's hotiiup; ,ic- 11 ion on every inovr. and <«[ course. ! ii '5 a'Jiiin/t i lie IJMY. Wdrion stwrrrds C. H. Hurrall. who re: i red durin<! a 21 ;uiri jury mvn.<-:isiniir.n o[ fl:e poh ( c vu-o squaii ;i nri uiKlm v'.di Id, activiUrs. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III . July 5. «'T* f — lUSDAi — Hogs 12.000; sond to choice I8n-2:t0 Ibs 21.50-75; top 21.75 very freely; market steady to 23 higher: heavier sows and hogs unevenly 25 to 50 cents; spots .htehcr; .scfitlering 240-325 Ibs t^75- 21.25; sood and choice 150-175 Ibs 20.75-21 25; 100- UO )bs 18.25- lfl.75; sows 400 Ibs down largely ifi 00- n .nfl : hca vie r .sows most ly 1 2 .001550. CnEtle 5X00: cnlvcs 1200; market Bunch rf , Hooper cf O'Neal .Ib Call is U - Bovd If . . FInllnnd p .Slit\!ik.=; p . Phillip p . M. Hay p Totals Luxora •Stunbau^h R. Tale s?-;i r^unsford cf . Garcia rf . . Owen rf-p . W, Tatc c-p Bennett 3b Chinch If - Hirkfrson Ib ! MrAcino p Totals Osrcola ; Hill 2b i Harrison cf i Snlers 3b . ; Watson Ib i -Shnnnvfelt. sj I Wliite' c AB . 4 AB . 4 2 . . 2 2 .. 4 . . 4 .. 3 . 3 .. 4 1 . . 2 slow; no early sales: early bids f "ashett p Lower; few heifers and mixed year- ' '-""Cston If lilies -ten civ; mcchnin and Rood 22.00-2fi.00: crows nnrt bulls fully s'rndy; cotiunoii and nie.diniu beet cow.e Inrerly 15 50-17.00: few medium and pood 17.50; earners and cutlers 11.00-15.00. . Simmons rf To In Is 31 AB . 6 fi 5 . . 7 .. 6 . 5 . . 3 1949 Corn Crop Gets Good Start; | New Record Seen v-This 1 CHICAGO, July 5 year's corn crop was closer to shoulder high than knee high by _ thr Fourth of July. ft ; From all sections of the major n ' corn belt, extending from Ohio Q'westward to Nebraska, come reports that corn Is off to an excellent jj.Mart. _ Trndittonally. corn should be knee ; hieh by July 4 if it Is to escape the first killing autumn frost. This [ year some corn is so hls*h it i.s no lonccr possible to cultivate it— it's been "Ifiid by" to get along on its own. Grain experts consider it possible ih ft t In.st year's fabulous crop nf 3.5SO.S-18.000 bushels may be :opped. That crop had much to do with cracking the post-war agricultural price iuHtuiou. It alsn played a parl in keeping; Tom Dew'cy out of the White House. While prospects at tbe moment arc considered splendid: thorp are t^'n elements which may hold down production; L Iowa and Illinois both have a Innrn corn borer infestation. 2. .Suh soil moisture is deficlen in sonic areas, making the crnj rnnrp dependent than usual or ennrl rai us d u ri ng J uly a tid Aug ust. Hnvvie Ward, the new NCAA golf j when Willie Jones homered will champion, lost to three different tvvo out In the ninth. Don New rivals from Carolina's old ii v al, combe needed help from Jack Ban Duke . . . and parenthetically we j ta in the eighth inning to sav mteht add that was n real lip we • an 8-4 decision in the second. ?oi from To.xaA last month to watch j Lanier Kayoed Max LauSer's return from "exile in Mexico and Canada was not success but the Cardinals rallie after Max was knocked out In th third inning to lake Chicago, 9- Fred Martin, like Lanier anothe re-Instated Mexican "jumper," wa the official winner. Bob Chipman stopped the Re Birds in the second same with a efficient .shutout, 5-0, scattering four hits. For a change, Billy Meyer got some pitching from his Pittsburgh staff and the Pirates copped two from Cincinnati, 2-1 and 1-0 to move a] d of the Reds iuro sixth place. Cliff Chambers allowed only BeUy P;»\vls in the major women's golf tourneys. . . Dots All, Brothers Bunn Hearn, North Carolina State baseball coach, is rhainna.ii of Oie "Squatters Club" at Wilson, N.C. . . . The dvib. const-stin^ of 25 comfortable chairs and an occupant for each, has no purpose except sitting and loafing. Comets are the most numerous I lass of objects in the -solar sys- I em, according to thc Encyclopedia | Bhtannica. RENT A CAR Drive Anywhere Vou Plrase Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 Nafiona//y Advertis Feminine AppareTVj In the most exclusive If lines at the Accessory Shop :| Feminine Apparel ]] .MahrJ Ho;an - Jessfr SHtr i| HOTEL NOBLE B1.DG, •! Blytheviile Arkan&u Jl '-_---~--.-.-....._..---.,--T I Speed Boat Operator Wins Event At Sardis Lake, Miss. II o Oi 0 1 0 ] ; o : 0 0 0 I j "j 1 I l 3. < 2 Courier News Want Ads 4D 34 Iff ; s^ Corn ., nn. rf Pr.p If pot- AB . 4 . 4 H ; 3 , Ib r! . Scat PS. p Corn Dirlof. :'h-i r ni v Kcll«r lb-<-[ Tnim 1.. Carprntrr r[-p \\ r .M. River, rf-p Mrmp .. Fni"i'5. 3b osc P. Cirpflllcr. r-lf \VM . F"iirlo(-k. H M. T Milfs. If rnra Hav. rt Blv Shanks, p Blv Burrows, rf Csra M-rriis. rr Har T?le. r( L«x Oilnatrick. c N(a» RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. BLVTHEVILLES ONLV \\.\. WHITE THEATRE Show Starts YVrr.k<f;iy.s 1:00 p.m. .Saturday anil Sunday: CoiitinunM showing from 1:00 p.m. "JEZEBEL" will! Kcltr [)avi«. Henry Knnila. Rrcnt Also Shnrls ()ITirp Oprns a I 7 \Vcck Nigh Show SUrls at r Saturday A' .it * p.m. with continuous Dlficr Show starts SARDIS LAKE, Miss., July 5. (/P> Ralph Johnson of BlytheviHc.. rk.. won one boat race and placed two others on Sardis Lake yes- rday. txro hils tiie first game. Bill Werle yielded seven singles enroiite to his shutout victory. The Boston Braves moved into a tlilrd place tie with the Phillies. lie led the field ncros. 1 ! the finish 51^ games behind the Dodger.s. by the Class A service ritnnboitt. was runner-up in the 22 horse - o\ver stock runabout and third in Class B .service runabout race. I 1800. M-ir-dins to re Vrre 1,527.000.000 world. estimates, people in .splitting two with the New York Giant 1 ;. Tommy Holmes' second homer of the day launched a f.iur- riin rally in the last of the ninth that pulled out the second game for the Braves, ft-7. The Giants banned out 17 hits in the 11-4 first game. NEW box Open!, Week llavs 1:«U p.m. Matinee Salurda? <V Sunday %at.-Sun 1 p.m C'unt Showiiif| Manila, Ark. Slums EVKKV KIGHl Tuesday "Show Them No Mercy" wilh Bruce Cabot and Caesar Knmer* Alst) Shoris Wednesday & Thursday "LIFE OF RILEY" wilh Willium Bendix Also ShorU - as 12 inches make a foot An inch or so of Seagram's 7 Crown in the glass. Ice I Soda or water! And you're SURE of a highball that really measures up ...as SURE as 12 inches make a foot. Tuesday Only ! 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