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FRIDAY, MAT 1.3, 1949 BT.YTHEVn.T.E (ARK.) COURIRR NEWS FACE 8EVE1C Mel Parnell, Only Bosox Bright Spot, Checks Chicago 2-1 in 7 J Innings; Nats' String is Broken B>- Jack Hund iw (AsMtlaled Press Sporlj IVrilrr) Mel Parnell's pUcliing is the only bright spot in Die dreary spring showing of tlic Mighty Boston Red Sax.- It Icok Parnell's brilliant 11-imiing victory over Clnciigo yesterday to pull the Sox up even with last year's sorry opening month. In 21 games, counting one tie,* Boston has had only eight com- "lete pitching performances. Par- Hell threw five of them. He has cone the rounte every time, losing only once in 12 innings. Parnell fanned 11 While Sox hitters yesterday but needed an 11th Inning homer by Vern Stephens to get off the hook, 2-1. It was his fourth victory. The first two were shutouts and the third an easy 11-2 romp over the New York Yankees with the help of a «>and slam homer by Ted Williams. Nat's Srlnjc Broken Washington's nine-game winning streak dually was snapped by Detroit's Virgil Trucks. 2-1. Don Kolloway, who joined the Tigers Sunday in a trade with Chh.iRo. blasted two doubles and & triple off Walt Maslerson. Trucks' five-hitter was his fifth triumph of the season. Sports Roundup Hufh Cullrrlon, Jr. N>w York . Boston . Hrooklyn . . Cincinnati . Philadelphia Pittsburgh . St. Louis . Chicago . . AMERICAN By Hujth Fnlltrlou, Jr. NEW YOEiK, May 13. Wi—Story out o( Jersey City is that the crackup of the Frank Hague political regime means the end of the Little Giants. Seems the ball club has been avoiding red ink uy means ol a remarkably low rent for Roosevelt Stadium and an amazingly high opening-day ticket sale. ... If that deal Is called off, the parent Giants arc said to be ready to gh'e np. . . . Over in Newark The St. Louis Drowns blasted Ihe Bears are ready to give np, period. They just can't attract enough three home runs to rout Lou BriK- sie and the Philadelphia A's. 9-3. ca s h easterners. for their third straight following ^v* 10-ganie losms string. V_ Dick Kokos, Rob Dillingcr and Ed Pellagrlnl hit Brlssie's home run hall out of the park. Cliff Faunln, making his first start after being sidelined by a sore arm. was nicked for homer by Sam Chapman In the sixth. - The New York Yankees and Cleveland were not scheduled. Cards Rained Out Cincinnati, which stopped the New York Giants' winning surge after seven In A row, made It two straight or a 3-0 shutout by Ken Raffensberfjer. Raffensbergcr's second shutout was a brilliant Job. He held the power-hitting Giants to four singles dropping them Into a 'first place| tie. with the Boston Braves whose scheduled game with St. Louis was postponed because of wet grounds. Ralph Branca became the National League's first five-game winner with an 11-8 verdict over Pittsburgh. The unbeaten Brooklyn ace was hit freely throughout the game but outlasted Hal Gregg and four successors. Carl Furillo led the Dodgers with two doubles and a triple driving in two runs. Roy Campanella hit ,»his lifth homer and Wally Westlake accounted for three of 13 Pirate hit.s off Branca. Hank Borowy, traded to the Phillies by Chicago last winter, whipped his old Cub mates the first time he faced them, 4-3. Bob Rush A strange tiling about the situation, one International Leaguer points out, is that the New York Clubs which o'.vn these teams make tremendous efforts to attract New Jersey customers. . . "It's much the. same in Columbus, Ohio," our informant added. 'Bill Vceck puls on stunts that draw fan? to Cleveland. So do (he Cleveland football and hockey clubs. The result Is the Columbus fans ;«o there instead of to home games" . . . The heck of it Ir, none ol these teams has any place to go. New York .. Cleveland . Detroit . ... Washington Chicago , .. Philadelphia nositm . ... St. Louis ... LKAtiVE W L 1C 6 10 12 Pel .727 .58* Ml .500 .478 Razorbacks Win From Druggists Ark-Mo Kilowatrcrs Trim Holland Team In Softball Contests In Iwo Rnmrs In I ho "Y" City Roflbnll Loop bsl nit-Ill :il Wiilkei 1 Park, the limirbiick Drlrr-ln nmi> walloped Owens DIHK to (he tune of 11-1 mid Holland look n M.J Indue from Ark-Mo power Company's red hot Kllow.ilt.TX. In the opi'iicr. ih t ituyurtjiirks made five liils ROO,| f m || u .|,. ,„„ SOUTHERN l-EAIJUK W I, Hie Owens drh'jis,. rusiy in spols. es .261 | li> the third innliiK when Ih ners clinlki'd up 7 runs on .'18 A SO looked Atlanta New Orleans Mobile Birmingham Little Rock Nashville Cliiittanooga Memphis 1 10 9 10 n 11 n is win .. Him' liitx p,-l Tlie Druggists statin' Monlrnr llollnlld nil Ilir- niniiiKl Mo gave .Sisiwuy to Wisdom (n the llurri. who fill MR .522 .450 .429 .250 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LKAGl'E Cincinnati 3. New York 0. Brooklyn 11, PlitsbuiRti 6. Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3. St. Louis al Boston, postponed, wet grounds. AMCKICAN LEAGUE Detroit 2, Washington 1. Boston'2, Chicago 1 (11 inniiiRs). St. Louis s. Philadelphia 3 (night) (Only games scheduled). SOOTIIKKN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 12, New Orleans 1. Chattanooga 8, Memphis 1. Mobile 3. Birmingham 0. Little Hock 5. Nastnille ). the Sa.T It Ain't So (News Item: Jack Dempsey proposes staging Pep-Saddler fight in Yale Bowl.) The Elis would suffer the greatest of shocks. If Yale should yield to the school of hard knocks, And lease the bowl and the boola boola To a ixniple of gliys who are fighting for moola. Dry your tears, old Blues, and hush your moans; It would just be a meeting of skull and bones. If they really want a fiRht in the Yale Bowl, all they have to do is set no the goal posts and turn » lew Harvard boys loose. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGlir Brooklyn at Boston (night). Philadelphia at New York (night) St. Louis at Pittsburgh (night) Chicago at Cincinnati might). AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at. Chicago (nlghl). Detroit at St. Louis (nlghl). (Only games scheduled). SOUTHERN I-EA(il.'E Memphis at Chattanooga, ni^ht. Birmingham at Mobile, nlghl. Little Rock al Nashville, night Atlanta at New Orleans, night. gave up only six hits but was hurt by Hal Jeffcoat'B costly error on Bel Ennis 1 fly that set up the winning score In the sixth. Kiddie League Games, Scheduled for Tonight, Postponed Until Tuesday The final games of the Chick- nsawba Athletic Club's Kiddie Football League, scheduled for Haley Field tonight, have been re-set for Tuesday nighl, Coach Russell Mosley. director of the program, said yesterday. The games were re-schednled for Tuesday nlglit due to a conflict with graduation and other end-of-school activities at Blytheville High School. Competing in the final games will by Sudbury's defending champions against the Central Crimson Tide for the league championship and Lunge's Wildcats against Catholic for third and fourth places. Browns Complete Cash Deal for Jack Graham One-Minute Sporl« Page Prank Leahy sends his Notre Dame varsity against the "old timers" tomorrow in the annual spring football game. Wonder if that's the first of the seven he expects to lose? . . . Major League baseball scouts are hot of the trail ot Tommy Korciowski. William and Mary shortstop, who made his reputation a halfback. Three of them were .seen at one game recently. . . Willie Orner. who runs a Los Angeles gym. is slightly burned up because lightweight champ Ike Williams shifted his training activities to another gym just after Willie had done Ike a big favor. . . The Cubs figure Dutch Leonard was the "big surprise" of their deals with the Phillies. Monk Dubiel was the guy Charley Grimm really wanted in that trade. Blytheviile High Golfers Enter State Tournament E. B. Gee Jr.. and Frank Wagne are representing Blythevillc Higl School in tile state high school golf s In turn "Moral by Hilly Huyi i Ihe fifth. Alexander's two-base ckml in I lie bird was the only extra-lmse blow 'V the Ra/orbai'ks Catcher Dyer's ioublo. also in Ihe Ihird \vu.s ihc oiigcsl lor the Druggists. Hall Hilling for the Drive-In limited Owens to three hits Ark-Mo Is Consist en I Ark-Mo's singers scored in every uinK but the fourth 'o hminrr he Holland nine by a H-:i score They pushed acros. a Mia-,le run n the first, three in Ihe second, wo In the third.- sevot In the iflh and one In Ihc slxlh for thel nargin. The KLlowatteis collcctci lotal of 14 hits Three liases on ia!ls niirl throe Holland cnors allied their cause. Stewart Gurlev went the runic or the Kilownlters limiting |he lolland nine lo two hil.* [or his 'irst win of Ihe senson, Holland's wo hits and three runs came In .he third jimluc wlun sfven balers came to the plate. Gardner horrid went Ihe distanrc lor llol- and. Play in the league will etiler its Ihird week Tuesday nlghi \vith two more cames. On Tuesday's schedule Ihe .Jayr.ees will play Holland and the Razorbncks will meet Ark- Mo. Major League Leaders By Mir Asvocliitrri Prew National League IfcltlillK--Kii7.uk. SI. Units, .371. •iHieiKlienst. St. l.mil.v. 1107. Huns-(<<>i don, Now Yolk. SVnlt- kll.s. Philadelphia. 31. Huns butted In — Camimuella, Kronklyn. 20, F.nnl.s. Philadelphia, 19. lilts- •Ashbnni. Philadelphia. 34. l.in'kmiin, N™ York, Dark. Ilnslnn, IJouble.s-.lono.'i, 1'liiliulrUililn, 10. GiiViiretla. ClilciiKO. Million, SI I/nils, Waltkiis, Philadelphia. 8. Triplex — Knmlloy, ChlniKn. 4. E/jInkc. Now Yiuk. :i. Honsi' runs- Gordon, NI'M- York, T. OnmiKiiiHIn, HrooVlyti. Klllrr. I'lllslini-Kli. S. .StoI'Mi lui.sc.s — I/irkniftn. New Yoik, ItohtiiMm. Hidoklni. 4. Pitohin^— llrancii. Brooklyn 5-0 1,1)00: Kiish, ChlruKo. :l-0 1000. Sf.rikcout.s--UrnncR. Brooklyn. 3T>. Spallll. llostnn. aii. Aoiorican l.ragiir natnnv.-Mitclii'll. Clcvi-liinil, .4IS Krylio.skI. New York. 373. fimi.s - Jixwl, l-hllndrlpliln, 11. Willliniis, Huston. 19. liun.s bin(<>d In-Wlliinnis. Bra- Ion 'JC. atcplu'ns. Baslon, 2S. llit.s -/ornlal. ChlcURO, Clinplllftn Pniliuli'lpliln. '.12. l>nihl(v; - V.fiuliil, Chit-nun. 10. C!i:ipmnn. PlulLidi'Liihin. 8. Triplp.s—Milrlicll, Clcvolancl. 5 Viiln. I'lilliiridplila. 4- lloint' vun.s -Stcjilii'ii.s, noston. 8 WIllinolK. HnMon, Cil'ilhllin, St Ulllla. 1. Stolen hn.sc.s-'l'el)hclt.s, l^vslon, 3 II pliivt'rs tietl witli '1 each. Pilolllil)'—I^tpat. Now York nntl Winlit. Clilrai>o 3-0 l.Cflfl. Strikeouts — Ncwhon.sei. Detroit (3, Trucks, Dclroll, 28. Ags Favored To Retain SWC Track Crown Ark.. Mny <-V> — 'Hie Soutliwo^t Confi'rn Irark and fiold inrrt, whirii opi here today, Is expected to bo mainly a two-team Rf'air. Bai-riiiK a dru.stlc upsrt. Texas tourtiflmeiU which opened In L.itUe ltl Texns A. nnd Rock today, The two high school Knksmpn left fnr Little Hock (his morning. The state tournament \viss scheduled to get underway today with the qualifying rounds and the finals are scheduled £or tomorrow, The state golf tournament is being held along with the state tennis tournament. Hai*r and Walter five-UniP.s winner of the PGA golf title, be onlv ST. LOD1S, Ma v 13. C/Vt—The St. IJ-MJIS Bro\vn.<; completed yeslcr- son .» day the purchase ot distance hittf-T Jack Grahani, one of the outstanding rookies of the year, from San Diego. Calif., of the Pacific Coast League. The Browns origina 15y made R down payment and took Graham on pn approval basis, agreeing to make up their minds in the 30 days ending next Sunday. Graham left no room for doubt. The amount paid for the 1948 home ruti king of the Pacific Coast league was not disclosed, but unofficial estimates placed it at around $-5,000. spectator at this year's PGA championship at Richmond, Va. . . . It wa.s the Haig, you remember, who belted one from the first tee at the celebrities tournament in Washington a couple of years ago, handed his driver lo Walter. Jr., and said: "You take it from here, Hogs Fourth in Golf DALLAS. Tex., May 13. f/P)—The Arkansas Razorbacks .shared, with TCU, a tie for fourth place in Southwest, Conference golf this year. They were last in lentils. Texas finished first in both sports. Carson City, Nev., with a population of about 2500. is ..he smallest capital city in the United i States. Johnny Palmer Takes Lead in Goodall Meet NEW ROCHELLE. N T . Y.. May n. other pro .stars take up pursuit of a high-flying Johnny Palmer in the second round of the Goodall Tournament, at the Wykagyl Country Club today. With a score of phis 14 the stocky youngster from Bailen, N- C., led the field at the end ot the opening round yesterday, although hl.s medal .score of 10 v:as not the best of the day. Byron Nelson and Dr Gary Middlecoff of Memphis shared that honor. Each turned !rt a fi9. three under par for the course and a plus nine score for the first day. Dumber Miners to Play Air Base Vets Bail Club The N'umhrr Nino Ba.sebnl! club ill be ouf for i ho third straight r in of the season, when they mecl he Air Rose 1 Veteran*, at the Nmn- er Nine Purk fit '^:-la Sunday at- ernoon. The club is undrfpiitod, hut tied ith the Stanley Club in Llie opon- p game The club Im.s scored victories: over ^idgcly. Trim., and Lnxora in oth- ir games this season. BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE, Show Starts Weekdays 1:00 p.m. jaturda.r and Sunday: Continues showing from 1:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday (DOUBLE FEATURE) "HOPPY'S HOLIDAY" wilh William Boyd as Hnpalnnjr Cassicly, and Andy Cl>dr SfiUnday Owl Show "THEY WON'T BELIEVE ME" nil!, Kiibcrt V ..... antl Susan flnymird "CHILD OF DIVORCE" with Sharyn MnlTclt. Tonmcv and Mfrcililh Sfrial: "Chirk t'arlcr. DcCcctivr. Also Cartonn Sunday, Monday & Tuesday Dorothy it D«-lovely Americo'i moil fomoyt Cov#r Girl... SAT. OWI. SHOW CRIMINAL COURT" with Tom Cotiway, Marlha O'l>riscoll TO KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY Serial: ".Ins-ir .lames Kidrs No. 10; Also Cartoon ONE Key opens trie door lo gracious Kentucky hospitality... the olhtf unlocks lo yojr enjoyment t he Uvorile bonded bou i bo n of Ke nt ucki ans, "liom t • made" on Ihe same genuine sour mash formula since 18/0. For dislinclivg bouquet ind nut-swe<l Ha vol. insist on OlD FITZGERALD lodiy. Sunday & Monday KKATURF.) "DISHONORED LADY' Ifrdy Mmarr, Dennis O'Kcffc, and John I.oder VACATION IN RENO with Jack Hairy, Anne and Wall) Broun OlD FITZGERALD Also Carlotin and World New* trackers Take 5 e/s Again to y rotect Lead Ky thr AsKocUIrd I'rcss Norman nrown held the New }rleuns Pelicans to three hits ns \thinta ran circles aronurl them 12 " I lust niaiil to lighten the Crack- is' hold on first place In the ioulhern Association You'it;.sler John Klippstcin had lie lllrmliighain Harons at his mcr- y as he limited them lo three hlis nil no runs lo give the Mobile lenr.i n 3 lo 0 decision. abe Huvna boolcd one In thr ivlh lo break a 2-2 Hi' mid open IU« door for I lie l.lllle Ro<'l; Ti av- s lo lake the Nashville V,.ls, .1 3 Rlshlhander Aii MetMiuicll vent the route for Lltlle Ro,rk, glv- IIR up nine hll*. Two more ,double plays were milked up by the Hocks lo «l\v hem a lotal ol live in two nl^hl.s — with a triple, pluy thrown in [01 uoml measure, Cuban Imixirt liamon Gun-In hclil he lasl-pliicK Memphis .hrec Nalolli'rt mui one unciuncd ally to r.h'e the C'hiitlinuxiua lXK»k- »uls Itic bull-xnme, H-l. Coach Announces Caruthersville's '49 Grid Schedule Coach Kind iniitcli) Hoepiile ol ('iinilliri.svllle JllKli Kcliool yesterday relon.srd n nlnc-uame schedule (or Ills 1045 Tiger Rilddcrs. Tlic schrcltile Includes oiillngs with sike.slon, Cn|» Olrardeati, IMplar nlmr iind wild (do Tlijers iinniial Turkey Day rivals, Kennrll. The l'l«cis \\lll open their schedule se|il. 2:1 "I hoinr n«aln.sl llnyll »nd <-lose It at home Nov. '1\ ii|ja!u.sl Kennelt. The schedule: Kciit. 2:1—llnyll nt. Camtlirrsvlllc Sciil, 30-Rlkeston n\, Cnvulhcrs- i'lllo. Ih'l. 7- Poilanovlllc. tliero. Oct. II -On|ie (jlnudoiui at Cn- rullicisvllle. Ocl 21- Ulmrlo.slmi. lucre. Oct. a«—1'oplav Bluff, time. Nov. 4—./nrk.sdji nt Ciutittifrsi'lUe Nov. II — Pei ryvlllc, there. Nov. 24 -Kennrll nt CnnUhe.r.s- vlllc. Beaxlty it Optioned BOSTON, May !3_<>p)_johnny Beazley, Boston Br»v« pitcher and fo'mer SI. Lotilt Cardinal iUr, WM sent lo the St. P«ter«burj club ot Die Florida International L*«fu« on 24-hour cull. NEW Box Opens Week l>*r* 7:H p.m, ,\Ullntv Hmlurd.y A H«n^j Sat,-Sun 1 p.m. Cent- 8h««1ttf Manila, Ark. Show* KVKRY NIGHT 11 bnttle for first ])lf\ce, The latlcr eiven Ibc od^c. Best any of the ulhcr five nicin- ei- .srliool. 1 ; RciieniH.v is conceded \ R ctinm-c at fhicd placp. There probably will be .sonic iif;\v cortls, Some rnlvanfs have lied or bef- i-ecl conft-'i'once marks in six cvcnl.s arller this yenr. A (rt.st track wfls prpdictrtl. Preliminaries started nt, 3 p.ni lay. Final.s will iie run off SuL- rday f bC'Rir.tiinn at 1:30 p.m. Harrison Hiah Trackmen Win Third Place The Harrison Hlsh School nrn cons won third place In Lillle Roc ye.stnrdny for Nepro hlRh school throughout Ihc slnte. It win nil i 1 Minced toilny, and one o[ 111 Tllylhcville men returned with 11 high-point trophy for the meet. Little Rock's Ounbar Hlfsli School lyon the meet with 50 poluls. find Hot SprhiRS «as second with 17 points, while the Blytheville boys from iinrrlson High .scored « tolal of 31 points to win third place.. Charles Hodges was the hlRh- pnint man with n tolal ol 11. He took first place In the bi-ond Jump with a leap of 2G feet and six inches; second tin-owing the discus, and second In the Jiholpul event. Olhcr winners from Harrison Ill^h included Leotha Hampton, who was second In the Duo-yard race, and third In Ihc -(40-yard event. Floyd Blackburn .vns second in Ihe 220-yard low hurdles. The Harrison HlRh IhlnrliuU were accompanied lo Little Rock liy their coaches, D. Dowery und Robert Wiley. WMI THEATRE OSCEOU YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE HIII lUTln Open* al 1 (Verb M|hU» Sliuw Starts *t 7:1(0 IMallnre Haturilit.l X< Sunday at £ p.rn, with cnntltiumtft Kliuwl Friday & Saturday "FOOL'S GOLD" Ilopaldin; Casslily Kni.il: Oinptn ti iif "RKX * BINTV" Friday "BLONDLE'S BIG DEAL" with IVnny Singleton unit Arthur Lake Al.to Short! Saturday 'SUNDOWN KID' with Barry MM) Shnrls Box Oirier <>|ii-n; >| 1:00 Slum Slails HI 7::ill Sat in day Owl Show 'NO MINOR VICES' with I).,ni Amlrr«i and I,III 1'almer Alsn Slmrls I'Yirtliy & Silttirdiiy "TRAIL TO LAREDO" Cliarlc.i Stairfll nfi Tlir llui-au|;i! Kill Kuillry llimlrllr, Serial: "Cliariirr !l nf "KKX & KlN'l'V" Midnight Show STARTS 1I):4S p.m. "THE COPRA STRIKES" ShrlU Kviin Alio Slimtl Sunday and Monday "ON OUR MERRY WAY" I'.iulrllr (loililard .tames Slnwart t'reil Mnr.iMurnty New'R of Hie Day A (,'arluun Siilurdny IMidniehl Show Klarts Id: IS |.-ni. Knilily Mriliiiirll In "ROCKY" v<ilh Call Slirru I A ho Hluirln Stiixla.v and Monday 'DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS" wllli l.liniel Barrymnr* nurl Klrhurd Wlrimirk Sunday * Monday Ki:\VAItl) fnr Ills rapture: lie's • Kpy fnr both &hlrs! Hrcl Skcllon an 'A SOUTHERN YANKEE' with Brhin Dimlrvj anil Allen, Dulil ^\ r ;^|•uer Neu-s .1- .Short fll l.iyi Sliorli S. Krrlal, Cliaplcr It of '•IIKIICK OKNTHY" LEACHVI LLE , ARKANSAS. , STARTING TIME Wrekdaji: 7:M * «:M P. M. Sidirrt.j * Sunday: 1 T. M. With t'tmtlnuoui Showlnj Friday PAL NIGHT '•>. tar the Price of 1 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Fr'day v^ Saturday "GUN RUNNER" willi Jimmy \V;il;rly CarLnnn .V Srri:il PREPARE YOUR CAR For The Punishing, Hot SUMMER DRIVING "CRUSADES" with l.ivrelU Vounr • nrt Hrnry M'llrnxen Comedy Short Complete Lubrication and Change-Over SPECIAL! FRI. - SAT. - MON. Regular XI / 5 $7,55 Value 4 Complete 4-Way Job 1. UKI'ACK FRONT WHF.KI.S—reaimnicmlcd by llic f;u-l»r.v T»r every veliic'le every 5,000 miles. Includes removing wheels, cleaning lieiirinfis, repacking wilh (he proper lulu icanl, and rorrcclly adjusd'ng. 2. TRANSMISSION & DIFFKKBNTIAI^—Draining, flushin K and lefiltinjj wilh (he proper .summer weight lubricant. This changeover is /adory-recommcndcd every 6 months. 3. OUANGK Oil,—If your car has been driven 1(100 miles without a change, it's lime. We'll drain the motor oil and refill with new oil of I lie proper weight. 4. COMI'LKTB CHASSIS I.UHUICATION. For Convenience, Bring Your Car Down of Night BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. Broadway & Chickasawba Telephone 4422 Saturday (I>OUBI,K KKATIJRE) "FALSE PARADISE" with William Boyd «i Hopilont CsiSKlriy "KILLER DILL" with Stuart Krvrln »nil Ann* fiwynn« Serini: ".lunde Girl" Als<i Carlann Saturday Owl Show 'THE LUCKY STIFF" vrllh Brian Dnnlery^ Dnrnthy I.nmniir, >nd C'lafre Trevor Short Subject! Sunday & Monday 'A SOUTHERN YANKEE' with Rrd SktUon, Arlene I>ahl. and Brian Dunltvj News, Carlonn Jk Short Na more nights when you hav« * Coolair Fan.' FHA terms. Ask for installation estimate. NOW! BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., In*. Y. 11. Pease J. WitsM Couth HIs'nwuT *1 Phcnc 2iM