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YOUR MORNING NEWSPAPfR THE SHREVEPORT TIMES, SUNDAY, JULY 27, 1947 THIRTY-THGEE LOCAL JUNIOR TEAM TAKES LEGION TITLE r r r- ' s ) .: 1 :' . -: It' "' 1 1 t i ,t 11 S l I Pa s r ) n-'t ! nr ' : . tu A - 1 t. ! er Pr r ; , t'-. A. the f. popped .My t f R. .H - S; - Ar:. r :ni:t In ai'V K ' 1 rt s.x k . to Hu'i- ' v t tn chasa between fir?t in1 ''mini a4 Rcotty RohertFOn'a thrOT ito t h plat n wtrl. j On of th many rhubards or the nnv sot it a ?t in the Blueovrds f Hn:r of th fifth aftr Bruce hart '"I the innliij? with his third f'r.iu'lit hit. With Bruce on first, ; C"i:)i i , ; nuhmn hit o Cox, who threw I to taond to foi ce Bruce, Orsham i ' p-ili.t.g Martin off the first base sa K on his relay for an attempted do.iDif plav. The bail went wild be-. Hi a-ick unfl P. F. Pushtoo, i cm- of the I'lti'hei of the Nnt.-lil-I'kiic) nine rimhcd our onto the field "hue thff ball vt as still apparently Singfes Title Won by Mulloy In Net Tourney I'lirkcr DM'aull in I inn I Hoiiih! of Sra I?t-irli t Tr-iinix .Mpt SKMinto toiiknky cotton v.i,uv AH R H O A Ferguson. 3 b 5 1 0 Z 3 Dentils, s. c 2 4 0 5 3 Wiseman, if, 2b 5 4 4 0 1 M n, Ii! : k ! 1 1 Jim; A r, v -i 1 , v t r b-i" fi.) ;i; i ! ' ; tMr-t ...... j n ' 1 1 . I .,, f .;' (') hi;, i I., 1. t'j i! Mr- ! ; ' v ,ir of Mh a !i,; 1 1 t.r ! f.. ;i ame, n oi. itr ') ,." in II' ,-s no!, r. 1 ne of four th Bin. t a r up B i ' i v r ' ! ji ' tier iif- Sea Bright. N. J., July '2 (in Big Oarnur Mullov of dual Gables, "" " 'oncl-n';rl. cHplured hli first Mm n",on brougiit rush from mn's lngls chsmplonship In the th Blurb-.-rrt rtuout. vlth W. M. sa BriKhi, wn tennis and cricket. Hilv. niiifhvifi tnnir mi Coach ' ,v,j Invl'Btlon toiinianifiit todny II. in i. Min- ; 'M., u th funs hi t vplonl Flatbush j defaulted the title round btcttUKe f.'.s. ion, vonirrt their '.n peronl ! of a Dulled muscle In his chest. Km, 2b, Hudson. If Tinsle.v. c (lipen. Ib Cox. ct ., Hf lc. I f . . IYIim. 0 HlHik, p .. ToUls . '. 2 1 .1 4 h 2 2 (1 fl :! (1 :! S I) (i n n (i o n ii n 9 i (i 2 0 2 0 0 ! n l n ii o .1 o ii l i it 2 1 10 10 BUMS WIN ON TWO-BASE HIT IN LAST INNING Inclurlerl Johnny Mi?es SOlh homer of the season and Wslker Cooper's 22n.1, lott spurert eight Cub hhs along the route to achieve his second win of the season. His only previous success was his lirst NAtl-nial league start, June 24, when he fhtit out Chicago with two hits, 11-0. N EW YORK I CHICAGO 41) Hi 14 27 14 2 H At (IHIOV Art !( II A F. .1. Crolt, ss 4 (I : 0 I 0 AildrK. v 14 hnlh'iHO I fteert. 2b 5 1 :i I .i 4 Aiideo. c 4 1 1 6 1 0 I'lulr, l l 4 ! (' 1 0 0 shv.N., if 2 o o 0 o o; ' l-Wilklrix rf, l, 3b I 0 1 I 1 0 ; Ailanii. II S I) 0 '. 'i (I ; ; CutriKiit. :tb, p 4 1 1 I 'J 1 j i W. Scot I, lb ' 111 0 1 i f. in,., ii. it 2 2 I 1 I 0 1 C. Jico't, it Ii 0 0 (i ) " Totals 112 7 10 27 18 6 Winning Streak Willi Timely Hlow PltLshnrgh. July 23 ff'). Pee Wee :.i Ii ni,H went of.t. Third Hid nilers gtru.-k out to end the inline, N-i ' ', ; i' '"'h''S push'Ml on Hero i'l In" fil'a on hii error and two h,', anil bo'i, irum 'Aent out one-tio-lnre in the ix'li. hut. the top of the eentli piought. more reper- !( eeii he Mill I I - I I I "I be f !rt .inie A"dr Kliielniil., Vot I Ii I him inerii ,tii I eKiuti pinlor lHe-b iii i Ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ,i,,il Hie If-iilt IVlue In . .t Sen Olii in-, ii,iii 1','il-Uii'i h;l ill ih.mm, vlll be .'.IW(t lili-'!! lllsjht ,tl Ibe 'f f i I i-.i i' e (.ii r k In 1 1 1 e -p'.it, lint Koiiim. t li.i If in. i n uf Ii" I'.ur I Ii ill -I l l. I tor I ejflnu Ii ,.".. ill, ..inn..) iii i ll l.i.l lilKbl. III,. .,,.,11,1 ;i,i,. ,111,1 i) III, ,i If nr. ,..i r t , lu.ikliis ' ilotlble-ln-.i'to nill l (liiifil it I'elii'Hii l I li nn HI New KliiMIM llllirs-li 1 11 1 Ii b t , Boom koi, on to stmt, th tuning, .nill Hoheit.ion hit m hard grounder to-'a nil slioi t tli.it West, trapped In a iJtue i'l, niakiiin the tnrow to Ora-:!ia;ii a; second. Graham dropped the , thin- from West to halt the attempted, double, and then on almost ;iie identical play on Bruce'a hit to iWen,, Cr;itiam ajram dropped the I bull, A tiraham a' tempted to re- rtsou did into alive today as the Brooklyn club protesting Bus , ton's nct.on. I without swinging a rcqnt, when top-) T(als ;12 7 lo 27 18 6 ""- " - pmlond arsfoment dm ,ne i ranked F'ranlc Parker of l.oa AliRelea', I -Halted .for Shows in Hfm. , pi mr UUCT i oiimi ii,;.v itiu inu .i.i m oi tneir wecitern trip. motion v Hiiey i . . HauUiton nan 11.12 two 7 W.i. 1..- l.,.llnH i. U'oa F. ll(.ii..iii '' l'ini- Cunniinham was - Iven tec- P.trker said he discovered the in- r, lleen 1, Keraiison. Wie,uan. A. And- 'iid, and w is left, stranded on third ' lurv following his semifinal round 1 Wilkin;-. A;iam. .1. Scott. H;;-l. " ' , wiicn, tili't'k, lliiiliin. iwiiua-e nns: to lirst, victory over BUI laioerr, or wu-;j. Scott. Three-;ae hii: .1. neon. Sacri- mliioton rel vekteirtav Alter tin-' '': fersuson. aioien es. fetwisim. mingron. LWl., yeateiaaj. urer 1111 , Cov 4 Biea 2 D, ,u 2, w. scon. I'l ai t, drgoing an examination by Dr, iseman 2. Feed, Kca 2. lluri sun, tJreen. -!,,.,.. f, f va. Vorlr Pa rk er i us 011 balls: off Norton 4. Mixon 5. Charles fair or re York, ' KPr I vviikms I, Black, Ciiimiit 2. Sliucl; out said that he decided that he would; by Norton 1, ivluon .'. Black :t. Cui-iuhl risk further Injury if he played In j (;,.lliJhi,f A,; p.n'i.ih "'bv tb. finrit Nonon ttosi, Ciiiiluht (l)ennisi, Bliick . Ar-lf-.a, f'llf.Ki.iw I'drni ll ' ,ilf Mixiill all,, v., .court K Kll.V -2 ,-1 11 -A -H flflti. hurt, everv time I B X Vims in " iniilni ofl Norion 9 " ' ' " ,b. .,.; M,io,iaill,it. 6 n,, " ,, a i.. "inis" oi" wiik..?.! ai unloaded his double to right. .eorln bllx '1 i,m In Innhov )oiibl olMV: dn't Iffin Culilubt to lieeri to .Sioti; kc;i lo Wise- 1 llllnk!1"0" to tiieen. i.elt on buses: (ottnn v.ine.v e, iiiiiihoioii n, iiiniiniK oiicnt-i. iVll -oii; losinif iiUt'iH-r Not ton, 'time of kaine, 2:40. Umiiiie.-; l.t , anU liamel. Eeete's blow broKC a 4-4 deadlock that came about when the Pirates spurted for four runs In the seventh on two walk., WaUy We.stlake's single and Jimmy Blood worth'a big three-run homer. Cart Furlllo opened the Dodger ninth with a single and was ac-riflced to second by Dixie Walker. After fcruoe Edwards was Intention- "The muscle tried to serve," champion said. "But, it. to bother my ground strokes!. the Injury came about, yesterday." To replace the men'ii singles final, Chairman Charles Hiilsey substituted an exhibition match between Mulloy and Talbert. Halsey also announced that Parker and Mulloy would default their .semi final doubles teat with E. Biall. 2b .. Smith, cf .... I.. Hiall. ss .. Searo.x . ss . . . Krarcletl. ;tb Pm n k ! Bovt v k- k . lb I ; Si.ain. i f Shields, on New York the ex -I n tet na- ; Tjnl!i,., if .... BI.A.Nt H.VKIl AH It 2 11 1 I :i l .1 ii II O A 1 a 3 12 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 i 1 Furlllo. The Pirate then decided to walk Johnny Joigenaen, loading the buses. Reliefer Hugh Casey beat out a bunt single, driving In Edwartis 1 with an tmneceaaary run. Kl Furillo's second-icnlng double fol- o lowed by Edwards single g:tve me Dodders their first score off starter l o Preacher Roe and Jackie Robinson's o l ii.ee me n.io, i:ertsou ana in'.o ,,., i,.. voiitnfnt Rletixrd hath, ahaking In in up, 1th , , rHlirn(,', Oonales of l.os Angeles, il.ioms coii.inK m to core, Tt latter piilr thus move into the (oiitiam .ie taker out of the game, ; final round where they v.111 meet M.igKin coiniriK in at the keystone In i Talbert and rVani'iaco iPanchoi S-liia place, with Dan Pooie moving jgura of Ecuador In the title piny to- over tu cent er und W, K. Bates ta king i morrow. right field. Cunningham got on on a lllllii'i ictd, Ashli.v, l) . Total-; "seveuih homer with Ralph Branca 1 a o on base accounted for two more In i !! (I l 2 the third. Kdwards' triple and Reese's 11 " " 0 0 seyiMith-lnntjig aiugle added up to 29 J 5 18 Dill MM I .' t : i - i t t f n P. rh'H k -t f r -: j , -1 M H "i ' " if . 1 f v f . , r , , 'A , 1 1 it '" 'i r .no it I i : ' ! i.i rti i',.i!i, dr ', r ipped i. ;t I i . tli;', f. I : 1, !.-;( up ii-'iit 1:1 '' ,.(. ml. hut t , '!'! 1 r th iieliiets choice, Robertson scoring, and n Manna's neat squeeze play, nrted Bruce came In as Hai na was out at urii first, Cunningham, racing In to V hi-"home thrown out as he hit HKD KWY.M VAUJ:Y ISASKIt.AM, Li: M.VE if,! tiii- Catcher ftandlin full force, touching a t-r.i 'o:f a tern;"!.: argument, with players iti'.. around toe plate. .1 Ma n. t). :tt , . Sbellv, 2b Wblile-. lb .... A. St i on K, H. Max.-. i' V Slronu, :ib, D . I fufihuho; ham, rf Walker, cf Shaw, cf Sue.us, If O A E 4 ; the iourtli acore. BriMicH. in search of his 1th win I 1 0 1 II o u 1 (I u va letilaccd bv Caaey after Frank i Oust. ne singled in the eighth inning. I ' Casey received credit for his seventh win and Strincevlch was charged 0 O'wlth his fifth lows. " " r , i... ... lJ .!,.. 4,, . () OllMlilC I-lllJII-Vi l,l oiiv,vv.. 1 1 (I 1 1 -1 I in a 1 o I 1 1 11 " 0 ;hl.s ion.secutive hitting streak to 18 (I.(lK RACE Coming down the home stretch. four mami a r nmninff nlmot: neck ' C. SironK 2. Hisi mil o,! i, sals of both teams swarmlnz i ley 2. Walker. Whitley mi iul t 'nf n h iniitpiviiriK that Cunningham's league AB H O Hlnttnr..tb 3 0 3 Hiane.v,2b 4 1 I Tlimnmu'l 4 2 2 Mi:'.e,lh 4 1 10 Marshli.rf 4 3 1 W.Coopr.c 4 2 8 Cmrion.lf 4 1 2 Keii'.ns 4 2 2 lott.p 4 0 0 A! AB H O A 0 Mcrullo.ss :i 0 2 8 l.uwi e.v;flr, 3 0 Pafko.cf 4 blf PETER JJOCS ASTHM CI KK I OK HOC.S? 2 12 1 2 4 i! 1 "Divorce granted. Custody of During a quarantine period when! awarded to plaintiff,' 110 0 Cvaietta.lb 4 0 7 n ail aogs were supposed it, n(. rnu.7ieu j l(l T 1 I I I, I MM,S 4 l 0 o ; Mai ivapian was nauen into couri; twigs. ne iiumn., na i: t i 2 !,'lto answer a complaint that he nl-i personalities. No tn rtoa' sri 1 0 2 0 i i 0 o o i lowed his dog to run at large with-' in all respects. A rasr.inc ' mu.zle. (found to be sucreasf ul w;-:-, n- Marshli.rf 4 3 1 o M'Culuuh.c 4 1 8 lion the public streets. New Yorke ! Nichlsn.i f 4 1 0 0 ! Max Kaplan was hailed into ou; ! 5 Stui en,2b Chiotoan.p l.l jliiiMin 1 0 0 0; oll(. fin .iinl -. t II n 0 Hi 1 ii o oi ivapian rxpiaitiea to tviagiatrai nave a sensitue nature, ni nr rr. be so with an- t her. Or e "" Total 2Sibei t ina ? 3mIcsi 1io 1 o o 6 Charie Solomon that hi pet uf-i not ; fered from asthma and couldn't be bold, and each rq ..ri d:ffer-t 34 ...R 21J(? . breathe when milfled. The Mag-' handling. Make a point, to .:- ist.rate, jvuigmg tne cieien.e adequate : your dog and then aptx? m' - hi. ,-:3-a.-' 37 12 27 KC Totals 1 Batted for Chlbiiian In 3th 2 Batted for Carpenter In 7th 3 Batted fur Meers in th. and novel, dismissed the charge, bu' i that are 6iu suited New York 0:12 010 010 7 i , . " , . . Chlcaro iHH) 020 noi3 i rqupted the tleietidant to remain i An extreme! v sens; l 1 p inrv Summary: Huns RHjTney, "Thomson. until the session was over. At the be spoiled for life by he.r-g LowyMAb. of court MKlstite Solomon 'too harshly. Care srnvi'.d h-son, Biattner. Huns batted tn Gordon 2, I Informed Kaplaii that he, too, was-' to in.t:l confidence and r"p l.e,'rstu1-aeeo,a,: MTioJ SX?M-JJt suflerer. He had found. Utile boldness tn h:s ,e.OT.. O-n Three-base hits Gordon, Pfako. Home I a remedy that gave relief and aug-t wise, if he is mistreated, ie m runs Mize, W. Cooper. Stolen base I , w..i Wi. 1 . .j i. Thomson. Double plavs-Rigney. Kerr l" " . " ; wmiu ni, ni :ur. and JVlize 2; l.owrey, Merullo and stur- pet. The proml.se was made and three Be firm with a d- a-d a'i eon. Left on base New York 3. Chicaao -,.. , t-,-i.. I ... v.,. . w..; - - 6. Bases on balls lott 2. Struck en-- " "t""" "K " "rn ; . on the street, wearing a murale. The temper with him. I ha-e ie r judge must have a cure for asthma it necessary to us a 'fl-tt)- h: lott 7. Borowy 4. ChiDuian 2. Meers I. Hits off Borowy B In 2'j imilncs. Carpenter none in 2 tnnlnas. Cblinbaii 4 In 21 inninus, Meer 2 tn 2 iiuhnjjs Wild nitch lott. I.osins iiitcher Borovvv. Uinnii'em BoKe, Rail and Jnrda. Attendance tactual 1 27.0IM, Ttine-2:08. I AKIIi 1 Kinil'll, S-5 St. Ixjuls, July 26 (.,,-The St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Brave clubbed away at each other's pitchers tonight with 22 hits nine for extra bases but the Redblrds pushed across enough runs to triumph 9 to 5, BOSTON In dogs. tone of voice has "rr, Don't yell t your (Ins T-,s-, confuses him ,'ur; h-. K. "dress AB H O A I AB H O Holnies.rf 3 2 3 1 1 Shndnst.2b 4 1 1 Hiinp.cf 5 10 0 Moore.cf 5 0 4 Rowell.lf 4 12 0, rviusial.lb 4 1 fi Fllloll.ab 4 1 0 0 SlaiiBlilr.lf .1 2 2 Tmnsn.lb 3 2 la I "Worth-., n 3 2 4 Ryan.2h 4 3 4 K iir.skl.3h 3 J 0 Culler. k I 0 0 J! Marlon. 4 1 2 IF.M'Cink I 0 0 l, Graitiolux 3 I 7 Kaii.o . 0 0 0 0 Ileum. n 1 I 1 M.M'Ck.lf 2 1 2 IC Burkhrt.p 110 Camellnc 3 0 2 0 Masi.c 1 II 1 01 Volselle.o 1 0 (I Oi t.iiirncni.o 0 0 0 0i Krndez.s.s 2 0 0 i ,lolmnii,ii 0 0 0 1; 2Lthwhilr 1 0 0 0 Tolils iuw Totals 32 1127 IMMi.S MI ' I VIM" Perhaps while someone is having' patience v ill always bring y i'i th his vacat ion In your neighborhood he beat lesults, will decide to spend aome of his" leisure time freshening things up mm. II T I'V! R around his house by putting on a Collections at sem-.pn b ---': coat of paint here and there. You; j games In Toledo, Ohio, -v: r.of dog won't be able to rend a sign, If : good until Major came :"r,s Ma; there is one, that, fresh paint has not only Is the team's mascot, '-it been applied. He might, and dogs' now act as "official ha. tse-."" often do', rub against a surface' Along about, the ::l'h jnr.'.r.j freshly painted. j leaves his place beset the .-.n When this happens a dog'a con' team's bench rhi v. h p -:'; becomea miUted with paint. Tins l covered old h'.ack derv ' rannd - not aerloiM. but, If the dog licks th; hy, huek, lie nnndeis thr'tg;'. t paint off his coat, he may rteelop' crowd. He seems to e : .-t" -; lead poisoning. jut encouraging hv'ind'a to (- If your dog should have this mts-i with a few cotns Cn;-; h fortune, t ake htm to a veterinarian J almost doubled since M !- took e r Immediately. If one is not, available. ; (ne fiUt.ies of passing the !u-. the following home treatment will be JP1TTSBUKGH AB H O A 0 3 3 Cox.ss 4 12 4 Bfi-itnii 2 11 0 Hussell.cf 4 0 2 0 j St. Louis o 5 0 Gustme.JD 4 2 2 z; 3 2 0 Kiner.lf 3 0 2 0 beneficial. lo.se him with apptoxl- , mately one ounce of epsom sal's clis-I solved In warm "water, if he should 1 batted for Culler in 4th 2 Baited for Johnson in flth Score by innings; not be able to retain the solution. ()f Setter is it? i,m l ni ftin i. '"'"oil 400 00 9 'then he should be given one gram .or s "nvt In: to th:i"l se-.(imi on tne !br.- Totals . 2ii 11 8 21 9 4 . games. Blaiu bard 000 uOO.i I . unnnk-i vij 1 DoMme 300 ill x III lHppKl.YN 1. Kims baited in: R. Mays, C. f-.. oiui -i. i AB M o A I-. Roslwick 2. Three -base ml: . Bos,-j Stanky,2b 5 wick. Sacrifices: f. Mays. Stolen bases: Robnsn.lD 4 i-iiaumDoinain. awin, si 'i-, neisei.u ? ! ' i ii Siimmarv Runs nnim. Rnweil. of calomel and one-la f era in . s innii v. t.-,ii.i f.r a ? n Kmi.. i o & o ; m ... . L -..-;.,-' "'nnd neck for the Red River Valley Bases on balls: off Asboy b.lv'as I. Walker, rf 3 0 0 0 UrnBern.lD J in ' staushler 3, Northey, Kurnwski. Marion, opium, lour uniKxi.H rmi .-iiWi,) ou is a cnor . term am ""-' nil'" nr.- i sirona I. struck out: by aiavs .. i-asseo t.(iwai'ds.c 3 2 .s 2 we.siiaKe.tr v- Rarac nla Errors Moor., siaiivhier idih ihn Th. animii' h,- hv halls- R Mi'. Hit bv Dili-bed ball:! nee.ss 4 2 2 2 Bld'r!l.2b 4 12 3' k.,i.l i if., I ..... ; A.i.i.w i'5Knl.v i Piifhnia iiiiiid: oil' i,.Q.,- -ii - n 1 5, Kintiy.i! 4 1 3 3i i x-i'i,-.. -i' tr i..r',.' I shftnlH he kent onen for T m o or t hiee ' hu, aurt . " ' " o"H onuuiin wns ueiioeiaLe one game IS l.eesvuie wnn a recora , Mays .1 tins. runs n ;v 1 uiuuiss. : hi anca.p 320 u rtoe.p 1 1 mtck. Musial, M. McCorimck. Two-ba-e 1 ,-. Tne N I'chlt.i.'hes deleaallon .hunt.' I Double plavs; -Sholle.v to Whitley. 1 .elt , Casej .p 1- i 0 0 IRikard 1 0 0 0 hits Holmes. Nortbe.v, Ryan 2, Hooo, r t - 1 e I : ' H i r -r f ;l 1 ' Mir" f ; A m W , Br u h.s n, t ' 1 1 s sa : r! - 4 ;n;:ert rt -'iid. scor. n.' P.i 1, e e"m. then .cifMi.i f ' man I , p In 1 1 ; e Inr : ; c f.e'd hit to '',. i as .s. o arts 1 t ne plate. Mail. 11 1 1 en t to. 'nes delegation shotit- i'iI for th removal of Cunningham, Horn the game, but. he remained In the contest, and after th Braves went our ;n order in their part of 'lie seventh, Coach Hanna brought' t r.'l r l,:-t, on West s ' Sanciiiu for the play at the plate ;,, t'o.'d. Can- ,11 the previous inning. But the apo- .,..ik a;,i ut'f-v f'.i logy hs not too well taken by some B . v And", 4 l,:t b- The Bluebyrds really Iced the ga,me 1, .11 tiie eighth by' getting three more 1- markers on two luts, two errors, a h'U t.'ie .-I.!;1 fielder's chou e and a sacrifice. as tl.roAii Natchitoches got a little life by pushing' across single runs in both dou- won and 3 lost. of 1 closely behind is Many with a record if 11 won and 4 lost. Tied for th'rri place, and only two games behind the learler are Naicintoches and FollOWiUK ' on hoses: Blanenard 4. Dovline fi. Win ning pitcher: Mays, I tin of tjaiiie: i.jU Umpires. Jiamcl and Lewis. oper.ed t;j) th t'trhi ,1-1 ,' ;; a s, ii y if. tiit c '. ff,;;. ir to s: al in-i" rl a , 1 , 1 , , , n M , v t i ' t f I 1 v ,.1 cil lieu ti(i(,ii 1,., ,llf 1,1 Ivor, . """. -" n,..in,. hi'in u.-on HI and lost. 5 Red C in- C';inn:n?ham to the plate to apologize ,, , JiX'iwrv 5 Bril ton. 1 C . Last Sunday, Natchitoches turned , James, cf ,. Jake Leesvllle'by a score of 8 .to 2, fAc"r?na,1Hb 3 J . ,.XJrt 1I,,' LV1HU Hrf.-r Viola I ham ' iViillr. 1- the Natchitocbee, bench. a . , Snehon, if isi live Jiius 401 4ivc iiuiiiiKi, 4,iiv, j'eriKes. p Hoss Versher allowed onlv one hit, . .v. Totals for the remainder of the game. Chestnut blanked Boyce 2 to 0, as Coskey gave up only- While his teammates collected six Keviil safeties off Pollard. 1 IvVcKehar. Pleasant Hill's Howard Dale held kcMasl'ers the eighth and Weet's two- .... .,..., ,, .,..,, ,ml,a,si G. Colain. , UC acioios iiinii.l n.iiftii"" ovw. - i p jj u the ninth bet tin the two ,. 1.1,1 tin, tvimu : nu.,. II, VnlKHl. iU VVbile. p , . . (Third (ianirl V. '. W. Or SHUhVITOBT Strncvch.p I 0 U 14 12 27 12. Totals T"lai 1-Balled for line in 6th. Brooklyn Pittsburgh 2 b ;;,1 C -en hi, be. 1 1, W. three hits,;-'; Cogley. if the eolith and ninth. Pender'i oie In cf lb ss If 1 UllS. ATI IIITlM III M ah H H Pti a ; .I jKk'io. I f. ?b : II i II (, 0 V 1 - 4 1 I I t t 'n'"' lb 4 0 111 2 0 "' 1 1 ' J11DI ! Ii ' .-iil' 1 1 4 I I i I 'i Uu",, u 4 li II tl 11 l ''I'"-' li.ll I 0 I .1 0 U ''I"1 u. V s U I .! .1 I 1 " I I 2 0 0 , 0 't'U"... It 2 0 u 0 (I 0 'lll !.l 4 7 2l 111 Bl.i'KP.y ft IJ s Ail rl H PO , K s'd,i'.. 3b 2 0 I 2 'o ' 1 1 3 2 I 1 11 I... 01 1 Jb 5 2 1 lfi 0 1 ,',""'' ,, 2 .'! I .1 I l iiiiinnijiiaiii, If , 1 n 1 1 fl Haii.ia. 5 0 0 2 2 1 Ancleis. ;f i ,, j j n liosenrifatb. c .1 1 2 3 2 0 ilai'i a k , p ..4 1 1 n I n """' 41 12 10 27 17 A seven innings boys broke loohe 111 the eighth In-I mux lor live tallies to deletil. Pleas-j at.t Hill : In (J. I M011 : Komei y luul trouble In nosing, out tile cellar dwelling Swollr team j : to 4. a mound .or Moulgotnei v , ami Moui ; -OKir iiuiiei v twirled for liwolle. Totals .... Itlallitl lor Nl V K. VV, huui uia -poi 1 Suimiir : Km AB R H PO A F. 1 .( 1 04 4 1 1 , . . . .i 0 0 1 ll 5 0 0 0 0 0 ... .1 1 1 1 1 0 ...401310 4 0 0 13 0 0 1 2 0 4 1 0 ...4 0 1 1 0 0 ...3 1 1 0 1 0 . ..34 5 4 27 13 2 SFOKT A B ft H PO A E 1 3 0 o 1 u 0; ... 1 0 0 0 0 (I ... 5 0.114 3 2 ...511021 ...4 0 1 8 0 0 ...4 II 1 0 0 ... 4 0 1 0 0 1 ...3 0 0 0 0 li ... 1 1 0 0 0 0: ... 3 0 0 2 ll I ...3 1 2 1 I 0 . :ili 4 V 2 1 a li 0: Torseson. Thr--base hits jv-iarion - ; Nortiie.v. Sacrifice Hearne. Double 33 7 27 14 j plays Culler. Ryan and Tornteson. tscho--I endienst, Marion and Mutual. Left on , K O t2 d T ... s Tl Ail mm inl a ""-t-t. ",,i'i .-!'. miui- a. n.i-n- oil SaS imi 1 balls Voiselle I. Lanfranconi 2. Karl 1. 000 000 4004 Kearn 1. Johnson. Strikeonts Itai-n 2. Summary: Runs Robinson. Fur.llo i ?"fkhf r' nth!n4- 0IM0fL'5e'f'f 2 Edwards 2. Branca Kmey. Greenberg, y sXancom 2 Ui iT'of f0Kar "s "in" J. off West lake. Blood worth. Errors none. , ,,ohr,son j , s, off Hearn 9 in 5 nione Runs batted in kdwards. Robinson i. ; . hi fithl, off BurUhart 2 in 4, Passed Reese 2. Westlake, Blood worth 3, Casey. ; ball-- Camelli. Wiimina nitoher He.nn. Two-base hits Furillo. Reese. Three-1 lassioK njleher Voiselle. Ihnoite base hit Edwards. Home runs Robin- Pineill, Bartiek and Gore. Time of game son, Bloodworlh. Sacrifice Walker. : 2. 10. Attendance Zfi 803 oaid. Double plays Jorgensen, Slanky audi I days afterward by a small daily dose oi castor oil. and Roe, Cox and GrecnbeiK. Left on bases Brooklyn 5, Pittsburgh 4. Bases on balls Roe 1, Branca 2, Strineevieh 2. Strikeouts Roe 2. Branca 3. Sit ineevieh 1. Hits off Roe fi in fi inninRs, Strineevieh fi in 3, Branca 7 in 7':,, Casey none in l2.-i. Winnins pitcher Casey. Losing pitcher Strineevieh. Umpires Conlan, Black Spoils Heat Hops For Tenth Straight Win The Shreveport Black Sports hung uo their tenth straight win last night when they beat the Little Rock, Ark., Bell Hops, 11 to 5 at the Palace park. i The teams plav a doublcheader today Cincinnati. July 26 tP). Bucky j o,,.lini, , ...0 m Wlldueas of Pitcher Carlton ami CIMISNA'II BLANKS l'HH.S Walters turned loose ome of his liTi.ft, 200 (HII 020 lino 1 12 ooo iii - McDonald hen let iici liiiiiiNl on the; I wo iu-e ' A I .'. M 1 l.i f I . j liases hut led 11 Sliellon. Stolen liases .lame.-.. Mel lonalil. Miller lledllea, Millr, Mm 1 1 Kiniiery on balls olf While 4. Hedges 3 k ,,n1 bv Wiiiie 14. liedKes :i. Wtliu Vf,i. n;uii.,. o.n xi i t.v, l i.rt.,,Q.u; The Red River Valley league flag ; ,utcn - -while 3. Double plays Bevdl and! ' ' , , K , j Black Sports race will continue unlay wiin Coti- sliatta at. Boyce, Chestnut at Zwolte Natchitoches at Mansfield. 1'lnh.delphlH Phils lo two hits lo HlHl,k KMJ,.ts to score Mvrn tunes 4 lend Cinclunai.l to a 1 to O victorv.i. ., .. , ... , . . , ... ( l ii i ne i 1 1 n ii ntr a i in a i; i a a t. 1 1 y i. a. well played gtuue, Score by inulnws,: R H It Little Rock '.. 0HU 010 010 5 7 4 700 201 10X 12 12 4 Butteries: Carlton and Huwkfn.s; Patterson and Demi, Jackson. '1 he game as played In one hour, lit) in I no l rs. II, u tihoilert of the neu.-oil hei e. .li nt- 44a.. 1 III OI r I ION MOV Quest ion : I heard some- "- sr - of a Blue Be It on Setter. What - -. T.L.P. An-'iver: A Bi'.ie P ' -. S-'- oi not a particular sf :a.n. Blue B. "a .a ' . i -. 'T. -. ', s 'hat the hodv of t "e i sS - - .ed or s;." - -. Question: We have j .:. a.-rj-. -"i our first d'e a six- ' k. -o'a "-'." puppy. We feed him t cr s d -, the morning and at nishr. N- x are told he should be fed more of--. Is t hat neht ? 1 -. Answer: Your dnj sp,.; d : c least four meals a dav a p e- 't age. After he is five or :x mir.' '-' old , cut; to three -im? rl,;.-; r one year, two meals per dap, a r. 7 small one in the morn. rig, main . .al at night. Feed .small amo;n' s; pre, ent but at least f 1 1 r times a d". Prospecive home b'silrif vised by in. finance exper's In their construction p: or cabinets for fire ex:.. . "I'lllnl till dolt's coal run kill I lie it 11 1 una I." H Colmn. Alexander and Cram. Hit b.v j iea,uing niLier, got, one or me Willis ptubed hall by White tivliiier 2 1 . Pitch-' safeties, a triple in the fourth Inning. hiK record -olf White 4 hits and . runs , ... ,. . . Mont- '" 9 innii. Left ou bases -v. F. W. 8. i am 11 veronu got i-ne oilier, a single " i Mian iimsnoi i a, Iisimi pitelier-While, i , ,(i iolll ualmea u,,,.. k.. at llaaa,,l Hill ml Iii the IToi.e of .tin,. 2:1a. Uinnlirs llaniel ami- " ' " Lewis. HE Sent,- hv Na'rrulf4 Sine inrtr.1! inning 15 000 330. ooi oiD on. lllll, llil!.H . n Anner-s 2. Hanna. S.riar' . Boons. VtarJ Natchl torh4 i ,,. fool- lu-o-ba- bit,,- ,j.-(,ee. Host, i rhetnut f'ende, T' !--base hii Brue-. Js'.nlen ; " bases Ciintn,njhiii 2, Aiinei -. Wet 2. : Boyce ...... aiaioii, rooie. ac:itiee sidari-. rtnuhle pis- - IViilir, to Marti i tn Gandhis i l.ei! on bar F.lueb'ifls a, . N feh itoel-e ; j Pleasstit Hill 9 K.i-4. on lull off Hai link 4. Cos 2 .... ; ninii.'iiiri i . . most, important game of it. day j 0 Many will attempt to gain the league; lead In a game with Leesviiie in the: new Leesvllle baseball park. j . I IMUMIS Team W J. ....12 i . . .11 ,...10 ...10 ... fourth f.ams VIVIAN Leesville Manv , . ; . v - . "T'. . . . JS " '- on r-itii . oi! Ilarn-ICK 4, i'o 2 ssi; piPiiyia j ,-arv-ff rn- nosonniatn 2. Maudlin 2 ' ' IZfti . I Winmi s nitchor- Haibu.-k. LosmDi'oh e . )' f 1 11 - 4 I, V !. ! 1 er . t -ox. t:. amies- D el. Hoy. Wolfe am .Jjl-JltlS J VI.ln. Time ,-f i'e -"o. Montgomery : Coushatta ;Zwolle ... 1 12 , 1 14 Pet . .RhO .733 .67 ,fifi7 M .500 .47 ,3B5 .077 Ci B. 1 2 3 3', 5 ft ' 9'3 Bailey, ss . . . , Connell. 3b Brown, e Reed, lb ..... F.wald. ft . . . Sheiton, 2b . , Courtney. 2b Anders, p Croft, If Totals .... nr. Aim 2b .067 n Women Can Kelp Men Suffering From Backache Don av let tour Birn-fol1! er tout fsmilv feel t -ed. r-a-dmn, or siiKr from Uses ache, (ifftii Ut hiehts. B'.adUer Weasnr-s. Hcri;-! f ft- -swe. I eg Hii.; . C . r . i' -. Cntirr tie-.. Ker.a iii . or Khenrnx'-e Pui. due ta l.ii, ,r ,-..,.; :.il l.ui.- : -in!.' K.(lu...y suit i-. - ' i . tia ,llr ... v, ao,.t , . . ; f Cyst . Ta:s t li.-'da :: r, a tlni ttir'fl foin.ciii. In !,-j,l re. isa.jtls of .,9tii.ti fur o-.n t I vests t,' ;,i a a I :.r vr 1 t. r.-,l o -e of Cyt S r' ta Hull aicne.tai!' IV In Li-lp lt It, t ,o(l." 1 Hilj.s i.f ar rniiuit lii l.il. ;;,: f , c - ii d . ya; ,ca... i as.i:. - a, id i a ' on f -t 2 'ilt.s vi'......;,g sit, on iirl'in I j ' . li' a ' m a a -' ;m ; ; . , 1 il".. anfii."- lid : !;!- 4 1 Brcris iPit'ire frf,)ilrnt rmtti and Saw (4 ' v ? , t: oinoi tea more rr: f a I .',ler?i. ' C ' .: .. r rir .ij.jt totlsv mifler I "f . $ . ; a ' fr,.t l ; . i f ll it 'alt t ; 44 r -r e'l fsritiii Mlt'v tunc fa T' a rrr p-.'sJ Utile -S Ctlttt '.- 4T4 fnn-p.e , spouts avkpa(;i:s if,che la held by August Livenois ; --- ,, . - ,tih7r.iin,.7" Surf casting record of 623 feet 10 tf San Francisco. Player . m . ' Haultik j Fortv-two minor baseball leagues ,'u',;'t'rht ' lopeiated in 1946 and 39 of these Parker ... j engaged tn playoffs. I Keynolds . I Kir by Ben v , . . , , Maur l-'eldt'i man Davis Crotiiploii Dothrger Gann ... Hill . . . . 1 11. ii. mi r 1 1 1 1 a i , i - o 1 1 ( I.irlaud Gii-er Total ... WE PAY MOST MONEY FOR USED CARS and TRUCKS Central Motors, Inc. Distributors fur lnnl;e. I'Itiiumii ll and IHMl;e Jnb-Kaled Trucks Market at l ake Plione f-7 1.H'; AH . 3112 . 2R3 . 179 . 239 . 3!l2 . 37 3 . I KK . 212 , Hi . 3d I . 10a 4'. . 212 at . 44 - a '. til ::s 1 1 1 3141 H 4fi 47 4.! 17 54 :!2 20 19 0 50 10 4 9 2 4 I 3 T 0 H RBI Pet 93 41 85 34 51 K7 105 99 47 53 4 4 23 III 38 9 b 3 25 308 .31)0 .211.') Rothenberuer Buslello. 3b MeGee .cf Broom, if Bell, if ... Kellin. rf . Colciitan. ss McKmney , lb .......... 4 Vt illiains. c Herrin. n . . Carpenler, p AB R H PO A f. .10 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 ,3 0 0 1 0 0 .3 0 0 4 0 1 ,3 0 0 300 ,3 0 0 2 0 1 .3 010 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 ,2 0 0 3 0 I 23 0 1 IS 1 1 A B R H PO A r 4 0 1 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 3 112 0 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 , I 0 0 0 0 0 .4 1 2 0 4 1 4 1 1 13 0 0 2 1 0 6 0 0 3 10 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 8 21 10 1 on balls Rmil (Dutch) Leonard, ho had defeated the Reds three times this year, a- the losing pitcher. He al- mrr why mot wins ARLINGTON CLASSIC BY SMALL MAHGIN Chicaso, July 26 (JP). But Why Cincinnati scored its run in the i Not, won the Q3 Ron Ai linc-ton classic Uler, aj bpfore a sweltering crowd of 27.000 today, defeating the 4-5 favorite Fervent by three-quarters of a length. The winner, owned by the King Benny Zientara It, was Walters' fourth win against nve losses tnis year. I ne game was: ranch Mid ridden by Jockev Warren j Mehrtens, went to the post at odds of five to one and paid $12.20; $4 00 watched by 4.269 fans. CINCINNATI PH1L.ADKLPH1A AB H O A AB H o A: and $3.00, The place price on Fervent IXMil W A It HID TO II n is nn dim i; During divorce trials had to decide the pi cust)iv of children betvv band and wife. In Dalla woman suetf her huabaud tor divorce and won her suit. 'She told Judge Claude MoCallum, presiding jil over the ca.se, that, there were no children in the family, but that she wished to have their two doss turned over to her charge. Judce McCnllum took her unique problem under advisement, and since the husband did not file a counter-claim he decreed: a judge ollen I T. -iS V-I .blem of the P 2 V.- - ? j . 1 veeu the ,,- j lias, Texas, a hAsry'e L-. 'Jlt J 1305 UIAS A.L"itu-rit 3 v'. fii'.ii n.7fi.K!i4, ;i. Mliir,rt J 2K .280 81) 31 8 2'iK 2C4 2.0 2.1 .2 ad 250 . 0110 000 0 - 0 . 223 101 X Herrin. Cole- 14 4 15 3 1 o I 1 0 0 3113 H42 33 .'!13 . .219 I .213 .119 . 1 7fi .15;; . .120 , . 1 li ; .mil! ; .noii ; ,i4a Totals Viv ian . BeaiKl Runs batted m: Bell man 2. Hot ten bei sei . Broom. Two-base hit: Bell. Three-base hit: Bell, Coleman. Stolen bases; Mi-Gee. Williams. Bell. Bas.es on balls: olf Anders 4, Herrin 1, Carpenler 1. Struck mil: by Herrin ti. Andeis 1. Wild oilcb: Anders 2. Parsed ball: Andeis tu Connell oif Herrin. 1 hii. 0 tuns in a Innings. on ba-s: Vivian 2. Beaird 7. Wmuirn.' 2PHdceit 1 0 0 0 Zlentara.2b 4 Wyrslek.rf 4 0 2 0 Hat.lon.3b 3 Walket.cf 3 12 0 Voims.lb 4 Tabor.tib 3 0 0 1 ilaas.rf 3 bnnis.ll 3 0 3 0 Vol hne'r.cf 0 0 0 0 i.ant i .a.f a u i ii lialan.lt 3 Schuitz.lb 3 0 9 1 Lamaiino.c 4 Verban.2b 3 14 2 Miller,.-,s 2 l.eoioird.p 2 0 2 2 Walters, p 2 IRowe 1 0 0 0, J w was i.m with $2.20 to show. Cosmic) o 3 4; Bomb which finished third returned1 ii4- - i bui wny xnoc necame tne second ; 0 3 0; fiiiy ni the 19 year history of the race 1 3 3 j (-o ri iumpu. one iea almost irom the 0 2 0! start, overhauling Fervent a few sec- lonnel.v.p 0 0 0 1 Totals 29 2 24 8 Totals 1-Batted for Leonard In 8th 2 Batted for Albright in 8th. Score bv iiimims; 'Philadelphia 000 000 000-n C incinnat i J . . . 000 010 00. I Summary: Runs--Miller." Errors Al- Pltcbnig record: ,Jr ' . . , tu!1;s balled In-Zieutara. Lett ; , . ... V; ' ? i.umanno. 1 hree-base '.'".. "'' oaein ices wallers, Haas, Pilehu: Herri.,, lo.-in, pitcher: Anders. a. " In ba I is--1 .. '. "X".'. rime 1.1 ame: 1:1a. Umpire: Jeier anu , , Su ikeouis -I .om., H 1 vlj.,i,:.l." r ., j onds alter the get away. ; : - She ran the mile and a quarter In 2:01 4 5. within fotir fifths of a .second of the track record. The winner earned $71,500. by her IJASFKALIS .HO SIX 1... 11. jam 1 I ittl. tlaiurl K I I I II V ill t- I'cllllVWl 11, I lend rick ,, i C. Willi,,,. is II. BUILDINGS ARMY SURPLUS C- ,("'r- . f ' 3. '.'' : ,, . a;'.i 1 ua s. v I. I, -' s '-' - 5 ' f-H irf .44,.,... m - "V. . . ... ;a,. ? ... " .. -... ..,.;,.,,.,,,, ., t , ....:.. ,-,. ,it(l- 4 lln 1 til i 11 1: pictured alinie d on a 11 1 led In settlons as fottoita: floors, ltd Pine, Kill;' Panels with jolt and sills Watts. vl' Panels with .' I pi.iles " Sheeting Hoof. H'f Piinela will. (alters I" Sheeting. .Vi-lb. riMifing fell Priced at $350.00 FOB Csmp Claiborne, L. I m o i f llie buildings ran he flelltered loo miles for JSXO.IKI lor Information (all or Mrite J. R. BELL Rt. No. 1, rinrville, L. Thon 2-1880 11 PI" AH T VII NT A I. I I 41.1 Kt Two ba c hit - - Ma111 22. tU-vuolds 17. I'cn.i'. Parkin- 15. tiicKni i 13 , Dav id . .m. :b Three-be -e bits Pr.ciiai d 9. Gieguty 5. Alexamlei. 2b Curtifsht 4 t'ook. If Home inns-CJrego. v 20, Haidak II, .Halt. If Stolen hs-es Manr M, Key nulds 10. . V. Williams .1 Williams, lb I'lll IIIR1 AII KXC.I A Walton. lb ... ptaver 'IP W I SO BR Bet Met', Hamner 171 12 fi 1 10 '9 nmh.itfr 174 10 9 SO 44 Williamson ll" 7 S 51 57 Davis 90 5 4 30 28 Berrv 78 4 4 40 19 Ganrl 131 11 10 47 44 Hill 8fi a It 50 411 (I 5 .18 4:: (13 0 2 Garland S3 f 1 1 eer fi.'l New Loan Plan Now Available rd. cf . . tli;7 Brook -, fi ' . . . .5'.!R .5.13 Totals .5.5ft ; B ,50(1 : ..i'M ; Wo.ieck i. rf . ,,4.55 iaton, rf .1)110 Short. If . . .000 VVendlens, 3b 1 K mm s, lb i We-1 . 1- , . ,G. Huinohrey, , C. Huinphrey. 21) 2 Local readents and many people in nearby towns are faking advantage of a new auto loan plan offering one-day service on loans from 150.00 to $5 I'l'O L'suallv they get the actual cas"i within 'en minutes and continue to use their car Loans aie Bniinei , Slevfiiv, . L. Hum pin .v, , R 11 O A K 0 tl 11 2 I 0 11 0 0 1 0 11 II 0 0 i) 15 10 II 0 12 1 tl (I 3 ll 1 II 0 0 tl 0 0 0 10 ! 1 11 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 I 3 (i 1 i) 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 18 0 S I' R HO A T. 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 3 10 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 17 0 1 0 n s 0 0 n 0 0 0 o 01220 3 112 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 20 6 1 I, 011 l-eonarii 4 in 7 innings, Donnelly 1 in 1 iiiiiinti. Passed ball-Lake-ni.iii. Losing pitcher Leonard. Km. Pires Stewart. 'Uridine, iViagerkui th. lime of game -1:28. Attendance 4,21.11. (Three leaders in ear i-iayer, emu Walker. Piiillir . . DiMaugio, Yankees Boudleau, Indians VV i I 111 1 11s, lied Sox C.i-liiii', Pirates , .. Cooper, Giants , league. ) IO IT At lS Km GIANTS tcaso. July 20 (..!). Tooks pulled the New York Giants out of 09 AH K H Pet. 322 49 110 .342 341 C Hii pun 239 44 911 .3,19 29 74 99 .3:c.! 355 ti4 115 .324 239 al 92 .319 their tatlspin toihiy. halting their 10, i. -game losing streak with a 7- deciston over the Chicago Cubs. a 12-hit attack that! Backed by "FTieiMei National lisaHue: Vii..e. Gl,,is In- Ki.t.. Tooks lilt j ""'''J"" Cants 70: Gooner, Giants 72. "'i rs .sii it'MKiie; vv lllldill-, 1-ifd Sox : Pi.Meio. Yaiik4s 4. 11,., ...k Yankees 3. KflUK I'V 3 National league: Mie. Giant 30; Mar-; shail, Uiatfts 25: Kiner. P.itshursh 35 .ymeriean league: Williams. Red Sox 2; lleaih. Browns 20; Gordon, Indians 16. ; 1 K -iTnafM'--nrB-"-A4'fr--mitilili - ' '- - r " - -'-- K Scoie by Innings: Keithville 0(10 010 0 1 Km-ir, City 251 210 . It Summary: Runs baited in Si, oil 5, Mason. VV'eiidleng 2. Komis. Two-base hits-Short 3. VVendleng. Three-base bit Pciinywell. Stolen Bases VVniecki 3. Mason 2. C. Huiiiulii'e.v. Bonner, made on ai.uoft anvttitnu else More sieveiw, Kouns 2. G. Humphrey. Bases und more marie k.in. on halU off Brooks 2. olf Stevens 1. " S. I, . .... . K D,..!. a t HI H.II4 rr (hi. nnf,H.naot KMrilCK mil- nirvrita .ui s. m, v.r,..T -.. ........ . ., ri,,,,.,.h,.,.v 7 Wi ii ni r-n. Hrooks' '2. courteulis Mi.d prompt service at the Pitching record off Stevens 1 hit. 1 run Office of Motor Securities Co . Inc.. i innings. Left on bp-.es -Keithville 1917 Terns Ave nnnostt Charltu I'" s innings. Winning c- her Sfevens. 121 jexa-s Ate., opposite Cnarity li0sirig pitcher Brooks. Time of game Hospital. -143. Umpires -.Laugblbi and Jetei. MORNINGSIDE Clioice; resitlential lots availalile. Convenient to schools and hiRhways. All utilities, including sewerage, already installed. All weather roads ready to use. Many attractive homes being built. Reasonable prices, liberal terms. Begin the road to home ownership. Drive out Mansfield Road to field office, open daily. Telephone 3-2268 MORNINGS. 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