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SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1949 BLYTHEVUil (AWL) COUBIER NEWS PAGE NATIONAL Brooklyn St. Louis Philadelphia Boston New York Cincinnati Pittsburgh Chicago New York Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Boston . ... hiciiio LEAGUE W L ....34 22 ..,.31 23 .'... 33 .... 31 28 23 ,., , 22 ,.,. 19 I.KACIJE W L 33 2« 31 21 31 25 28 24 2'' 26 27 21 25 25 26 31 33 36 SOUTHKBN Robin Roberts Blanks Cards 8-0 for Phillies Sixth Straight Win; Dodgers Shade Cubs 2-1 By Joe Relchler • AMMfeltd Pratt gawri* Writer It's about time somebody started paying attention to those ''frightin Phillies" from Philadelphia. Wlille they're at It, they noUld also filVe the double-o to lh« PhiU' young bonus pitcher, 22-year-old Robin Roberts. A chronic second division club* since i93J, the Phils weren't given I . « tumble 111 pre-season polls. Only • the most optimistic favored them with a first division berth. Now, in the middle of June, Eddie Sawyer's scrappy bunch are In the thick of the pennant tight—Iwo games from the lop. Aild with the Phils knocking off all opposition of late, it would come as no surprise if they took the league leadership from Brooklyn before thq month is out They've won 15 of their last 19 games. The Phils cooled Harry Bre- chcen and the St. Louis Cards, 8-0 last • night. Huberts gftVe a bvll- liunt pitching [lerforniance. Sixth in Kuw The victory extended Philadelphia's winning streak to six straight games 'and innved them into a virtual tie with the Cards for xecom place. The C'ariis have an .005 percentage point advuiilnge Iwcame Ihey've nlnycd lour less games than the Phils. The victory was Roberts Eighth of the year to tie Brooklyn's Ralph Branca for the league leadership. He has lost only three, ft was his second shutout and his sixth straight. The Dodgers won a tough 2-1 decision over the Chicugo Cubs. Don Newcombe oulpltched young Warren Hacker with u six-hitter for his fourlh victory against no defeats. Cincinnati dumped Ihe Bostoh Braves into fourth place, knocking off Billy Southworth's crew, 7-2. _^ Howie. Fox, aided by Walker Conpi ff ers first inning home run with two aboard, won his fourth game Johnny Sain suffered his seventh . defeat. The Pittsburgh Pirates downed the . New York Giants. 6-4, in a .night game in Pittsburgh. Big Ernie Bonham spaced seven hits for his second viclbiy. Indians Maut Yanks The Cleveland Indians whippec the New York Yankees, 10^4, at the Yankee Stadium to extend their wlnrihlg streak to six games. The Tribe now Is four games over Ihe .500 mark arid only five and a half games Irorh the top, iterj Keitner, emerging from a protracted shlmp. hamrriered two homers and a single. Larry Doby and pitcher Bob Lemon also ho- mered, while Manager Lou Boudreau hit a double. The Boston Red Sox won both ends of an afternoon-night double header from the Chicago White Sox, 4-3 and 10-8. J9e Dobsori won his fifth game in-the opener. ' Boston pounded out 15 hits in the nigrttcap. Stephens smashed his 16th home run, ,and Williams his 15th. L*fty Maurice McDermott walked nine but allowed only three hits in seven inrlihgs for his first majof league Victory. The Philadelphia Athletics moved to within half a game of the second place Detroit Tigers, defeating the St. Louis Browns, B-5. Joe Cole- maii registered his sixth victory. The scheduled night game between Detroit and the Senators in •Washington was postponed due to rain. Sports Roundup Ten Leading Amateurs Picked On American Davis Cup Team Birmingham Atlanta Mfshvillc Mobile LHtle Rock New Orleans Chattahcoga Memphis W 3« . 32 . 34 . 29 . 30 . 31 . 23 . 16 Pet 607 574 .569 .554 ,519 426 .400 34$ Pet .634 .564 .554 53» 519 500 .404 .291 Hct .621 .593 .578 soe 5ff! 492 3T7 .291 NEW YORK, Jun* !•—<fl>—Wlien Patty Serf won th* Womeni Western Open golf title last year, sh* presented her »500 winning check to the Attoclation for th* Promotion of Golf among younger |irls That's one reason why the wotien' Western Junior Championship bo held this year for the first tlm« since 1941 . . . The U.S. Golf Awocl atlon replies only "NO comment" W queries about Bud Ward's snkateur status. Story is that its Under in vestigatlon because of a report that he has applied for a professional Job . . . Tickets for the Notre Dame Michigan State football game Nov. were sold out eight days after icy were put on sale June 1 . . . ow that Jake Lamotta has won le middleweight title, how about title scrap with Rocky Graalano— ilh L« Oma as referee? By fteyl* Talk* 4 YOMC, Jun* It. (ft— Ten MAYHEM MERCHANTS—Jake LaMrrtta (left) atid Marcel Ceidau exchange blows to the head in the lliird rouhd of their middleweight title bout in Detroit, Mich.. Thursday night. LaMotta became the new champ with an official 10th round knockout victory. Jake has a bad left hand from the bout; Ceidun, the dethroned champ, has a pulled shoulder mu*cie.-^(AP Wlrepholo). Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LfcAGUE Brooklyn 2 Chicago 1 Cincimiiiti 7 Boston 2 Philadelphia 8 St. Louis 0 Pittsburgh 6 New JTork 4 (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 10 New York 4 Boston 4-10 Chicago 3'8 Philadelphia 6 St. Louis 5 (night) Detroit at Washington, postponed rain. SOUTHERN LEAGOE .Mobile 3=3 Chattanooga 0-2, second game 11 Innings Nashville i-B New Orleans 1-3 Atlanta 12 Little Rock 5 Birmingham 4 Memphis 3 Yesterday's Sports in fcrief By The AMetlaied Frtm —Golf- Columbus, Ohio—Marilynn Smith of U, of Kansas defeated Grace Lenczyk of Johh B. Stetson U., J and 2, to win the women's iuter- collegiate championship. Detroit—Gary Middlecoff Memphti lock a two-stroke leac in the Motor City Open with four-under-par B7. , —Tennis— London—Ted Sehroeder of La Crescenta, Calif., and Gardnar Mulloy of Miami gained the final round In the Queens Club tournament. —General— Winner, S. rX—Mickey Owen, recently reinstated In organized baseball with other Mexican League jumpers, said he would join the Brooklyn Dodgers Tuesday. Today's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE New Yofk at Pittsburgh Boston at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) AMERICAN I.KAGIJE Cleveland at New York Detroit at Washington St. Louis at Philadelphia Chicago at Boston SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham at Atlanta, night. Only game scheduled. Armor el Edges Victoria 8 to 7 In 11 thinning VICTORIA, June 18—The Armorel Tigers edged out the Victoria Red Sox 8-7 in the llth inning las! night to give Red Sox pltche? We Weldon his first defeat of the season. The game was played under the light-vot Hale Field In Osceoia, The Red Sox took an early lead which they held until the ninth inning when the Tigers took ad- vniitfige of Victoria errors to tie the score. The Ti?eis scored the winning run after two were out In the IHh frame on a single and twV errors. Lefty Jerry Dean of Jollier wen the distance for the Tigers and gave lip in hits. He whiffed is batters over the 11-inninsp route Weldon went all the way for Vic toria alicl was lagged for 18 hits The loss left him with a Vecoi of MVeti Victories against ohe se back, Sunday afternoon the Red So will travel to Caniwell, Mo., for palhe with the Cp.rdwell indepcn dents. Box Score Arrtiorel Horton cf Smithers ss Killett 2b .. Reid 3b Wilson Ib-c Bunch If Ashby Ib-rf Young c-rf Dean p Totals State Closed Net Tourney Enters 2nd Round Play PINE BLUFF, Ark., Jilne 18. Top-seeded players picked up stlf- fer competition today as the Arkansas closed tennis tournament entered its third found of play. Most of the favorites drew byes the first round yesterday. BUt, in the second matches, two veteran netmen were eliminated. Lowell Lcdford. Ouachifa College star who breezed to the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference championship this year, was defeated by Bill Duiiklin of pine Bluff, brother of defending champion George Dunklin. The Ouachita student, who hasn't lost a collegiate match in the' last two years lost 6-4, 4-2. Dezel Niswonger ol Fayetteville, former member of a University of Kansas doubles championship team, was ousted by Lynn Greeley of Little Rock, 6-1 and 6-3. The battle for the men's doublet crown was to begin today, finals In the junior division were to be reeled off this afternoon. Bfnnett ss . Baker Ib-lf Conner 3b .. Wright cf .. Mann 2b-lb White rf-c .. Speck 2b . Bard If Moss rf tx) Cavazo-s Whistle c . Weldon p . Totals AB .. 6 .. 5 .. 6 . 6 .. 6 . 6 .. 5 . 4 . 5 49 AB ... 3 ...4 ... 4 . .. (5 ... 5 ... 6 ... 4 ... 1 ... 1 ... 1 ... 4 ... 6 ft 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 Game and Fish LITTLE ROCK, jurie U. (*)— rkansas' spring squirrel hunting eason was about average. The kill was spotty throughout le state, according to Education 'irector Tom Mull of the Arkari- as Game arid Fish Commission Heavy rainfall during the last •eek of the season prevented m limters from reaching the game rcas. Borons, Crax Open Crucial Series Tonight Fishing prospects for the next ew days are not too good, Mul eported today. High water frou ecent rains has played havoc will" ,he sport in general. t However, as soon as streana* RIIC akes fetuvn to normal levels fish ng should be "excellent," Mull added. One spot In Arkansas fippears to lit\ve escaped the deluge of rain, or. at least the fishing there has not been bothered by the extra water. Joe Felton, district supervisor of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, said Fishermen were having excellent luck oh the lake: near the lewer White River, not far l.orh St. Charles. "These lakes are clear and in good shape," sald'Feltom "They're really catching fish." He also reported that roads leading into the area were til gooc shape but advised anglers to 'check weather reports before planning trips. Hy Ihe Associated Press One-two. Birmingham an<l At lanta toul«ht will open a .six-gam series that conkl go a long w;iy to ward deciding tlie Southern Asso elation race. Birmingham's Barons hold a two game, but the Crackers will be playing at home. The gap between first and seeon places was unchanged last night the. Batons whipped Memphis, 4 t 3, and the Crackers smashed \\\ Ultle Rock Travelers, 12 16 5. to gnin a split of a foUr^gnme scries. Nashville, In third place, riow'ie New Orleans. 2-1 and 8-3. and Mo bile swept a doubloheader wil Chntinnooga, 3-0 and 3-2, to repla<- Little Rock in the fourth spot. At Chiittnnnofia, Pete Wojie Ihe Lookouts down on two hlls f the Hrst victory, and Pcle Mcimi MlspUcrd Sympathy Ernie Lnnigan, the baseball hls- lells one about the time the Id Pennsylvania League broke up . The tenms were broke and he nlnyers couldn't collect their ay ... One learn finally found sympathizer in a local bartender, •ho couldn feed them or pay car; homt but did Invite all the ilayers to have one beer on the louse . . i The alhlele* accepted- lint is all but one who plaintively nskcd: "If you don't mind, could 1 lave five two-cent stamps Instead?' . n-nie lins it figured out this vas the only smart one of the lunch. With the stamps and note statiohery, he could apply tor five jobs. j It didn't take .lohhny Hooks. j Pine Bluff, long tq learri how Jef- I fei-son County's Bayou Bear got its name, according to a story told Pine Bluff One-third of the hogs ir United States are raised in and Illinois. the Iowa Two Newcomers On Legion's Mat Program Monday Referee-Promoter Mike Mcroncy will bring in a pair of highly-rated newcomers Monday night to take part in the tag match main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at the Memorial Auditorium. Making their first appearances here Will be Lee Savoldl arid Steve NciriofT. They will team Up against William (Wild Btllt Canny and Stocky Kheilsen in Ihe best two of three falls tag match feature According to Mcroney, Savoldl and Neinoff have received top booking in a number of the nation's largest cities. Both have appeared recently in matches in Memphis.. Savotdi, a 200-pound plus grappler of Italian extraction, is the more popular of the two In th Mid-South area. He has made a number of appearances In Mem phis, Little Rock and St. Louis. Neinoff, a Bulgarian toughie. wll weigh in at above the 200-pounc mark and Is raved by Mevoney a. one of the best In the business "He's the craziest and. mcanes wrestler I ever met." Meroney said In addition to the M-mimite lim limit main event boUt two one-fa preliminary matches are alsb o the card. In the first. Canny wi tangle with Savoldl and in the sec ond Kneilsen will grapple wit Neinoff. END OF LINE—An outlaw bronco stops short and rears high at , Wash., Rodeo, and Wally Yallup know* it ia lime la «** e& hit Uw diet *ad «cra&. FRA2IER BUS LINES Charter Service For Church Organization*, Baseball Clubs, etc. Licensed & Insured Bus Service to Dyersburg,Tenn Call for Our Sch«JuU Phor»« 2381 or 4152 by Victor Ray of the Commercial Staff. Hooks and his son Wilbur visited the Bayou Bear area the other day on a squirrel nunlllia; expedition. After bagging several squirrels in the early morning houl-s the two parted cointiahy, Hooks slipped rough a thicket of undergrowth pursuit of some squirrels when alrtiost stumbled over what lie rst thought a yearling dalf. It as a black bear, weighing about 0 pounds. Apparently the bear smelled the eshly killed SQuirrcls in Hooks' line bag and started fot the unter. As Hooks, who has and artificial g, was unable to rtm, he fired 12 gauge shotgun at the bear; lie animal kept coming. Hooks red again After three more blasts he bear slump6fl to Its knees but cot charging. Hooks fired still another blast nd the bear swerved away through le underbrush. His son. hearing the shooting, oined Hooks and the two followed bloody trail left by the wounded ear. but they wer? unable to find e animal. After a brief rest to recuperate rom his experiences, Hooks re- umed his squirrel hunting but CP // d It 3 day when he almost stepped rattlesnake. The snake, which Hooks killed, measured about six eet In length ahd hii U fatties. mil in 11 ihrilnss on the mound as the Hears won Ihe second. Fiob ll^id homered in the eighth of the bed- timer to knot the count at 2-:ill. Mobile's Dee Pcndy tripled and Hill Antohello singled In the top of the ll'h for the victory. Biron shortstop, Georec Strickland, Ijtnsted a four-rju^ger In the seventh to assure the win at Memphis. It was the fifth consecutive win for Birmingham. The Cirrkers mil together 17 nits and four Trav fielding miscue.s for the win at LHIle Rock Nenl Saulia started nnd lost for the Rocks. Cftrl Lindnuist. * former Traveler, WPS credited with his sixth win this year. Hal Simpson homered in the fourth for the Rocks. Carl Sawatski powered ft four-run homer in the third iniiini; of the ni'iht game to give the Vols the decision. The win was the ninth wilh out a loss this year for Prank Marino, who limited the Pels to five safeties. Besides the series-opener at At- Uinta, no games arc scheduled for tonight. SporUmention Fred Hooper Is reported to be buying Hoop. Jr., yearlings every time h* gets a chance. That mlgh be a tip on something , . . Rblan "JUckapoo" Logan, former Re* So West point, etc., Iralner has cooked lit) what he calls a "rte* type school for conches, leaching Ihei how to cut down on Injuries. It wl be held at Peuperdlne College August . . . Harry Hellmann, th broadcaster, tells Detroit fans keep tlieii 1 eyes on Johnny Grol Ih AUgust and SertlSmber. By th time, Mi's Harry, he will have see all Ihe American Leacue pitchin aricl will know how 16 hit it. NCW of th* nation'* l*adin( amaUur K0lf*n, including champion Willie Turn**a, were named by the U.S.O.A. today to play the Britl»h in th« Walker Cup matches Aug. n and 30 at th* Winged Foot Club near Mumaroneck, N.Y, In uddltlon to Turnesa. the American >lde will include Frank Strattshan, Toledo, Ohio; Robert (8ke«) Rlegel, Upper Darby, Pa.; Ray Billows, staatsburg, N.Y.; Blan (Ted) Bishop, Boston; Johnny Daw&on. IxW Angele*; CliarlM Koc «1«, Royal Oak, Mich.; Jame* Me- Hale Jr.. Philadelphia; Bruce Mc- Obrmlck. Lo« Angelea, and Charles Coe, Oklahoma City. Strannhan, Turncsa. Rlegel and BUhop played on the U.S. team which defeated the British, matches to 4. at St. Andrews In 1M7. Billows and Koc»Ls were mem rs of the '38 team. The other fou t newcomers. Ward'! SUtui QuHttontd Prominent by its absence was th ame of Marvin (Bud) Ward o lokane, Wash., two time natlona hnmplon in "i9 and '41 and mem er of the last two oup »o.imls. niere have been recurrent re wrts that Ward'* amateur atatu ns being questioned, but a «poke«- tor the U.S.G.A. declined to omment olher thiin to say that different reason* tor omitting Wi>rd." Youngest member of the learn ill lie Coe, the former University f Oklahoma star who reached the eml-tlnalx o( last,year's amnteur harhpiotuihlp at Memphis. He is 5 Wliether all 10 members of the earn will see action against the British Is a matter for Francis Oul- met. the non-playing captain to decide. The matches comprise four scotch foursomes. In which the team nembers lake alternate swipes at the ball, and eight shinies. Oulmet u«ed only eight, players In '*1 at St Andrews. Turhes*. upon his recent return from Irelaridj where he lost to Sum McCready in the final of the British amateur champlolishlp. predicted that tills year's British cup team would put up a whale of H fight feels they have improved greatly In the pasi two years. USC Qualifies 12 fan for N.C.A.A. Track, Field Meet (#)— By P*U Artfcw LOC AMOELXB, JUM II. •outhcrn California, which lint straight NCAA tnek *B4 fl«14 :hamj>lotuihlp* before 1M4, but hu been shut out for fir* y*ui, took* Ik* th« fauatntM atala thlt icuoa. The pounding Trojans, quallf[*4 3 men y*«t*rday for today'a Hnalt In Memorial Odiatiun, Stanford was a*v«n, OOLA fir*, "i»-'t«- Stale four. M*l Pttton'i tirrw of 30 « In t 910-yard da*h h«*t w** lilted u the fastest In NCAA qualltylng history. He was well behind hi! world record of 9.3 seconds, wlnnloc hi* century he»t In ».». i If Pell-Mel wins hi* third *tral«M NOAA 100-yard datr) today h* will equal the feat of Ralph Melcalfe 4f MurquetU In 1M2-JJ-J4. : Moon Mondschetn o! MTU al*> $oe« after hit third straight hlfh Jumping title. In tht half mile Pat Bowers ot Kansas. who hai don« 1:52.1 thi« sp«son. WM th« winner In 1 rhlriutt, M seconds, the same time posted by Jim Orpaholfc of HavWord. Oh',9 State'* Mai Whitfttld. CHymple* »00-m*t*r champion, won the third heat In 1:84.3. Yale's Jim PilchS, who hu don* a foot better, won the. *hot put preliminaries at H feet, 11-1/1 Inches, to erase by an Inch a coliseum mark set In 1939 by Elmer Jtacknty of Kansas state, Devth entrant* had marks bey6n4 S4 feet. Weak End Notes Harry Rockafeller. assistant at iellc director at Rutgers, In \ai> Ing for a ball game with the tige playing the Yanks »n ti Orinr Berry umpiring, RocXafeller, Berry ahcl ftefl Rolfe, Tiger manager. we together in Iceland Anting the . . . When four Michigan Sta baseball players were declared 1 eligible under Big Tdn r'tlles, one of them, Ed Bagdon, promptly signed with the Tigersi pitcher Burz Bowers tried out with the Yankees nd Eii Sibczaic went east for a ail with the Braves . < . Observing lat an English race horse has been amcd Le* SaVoln, Harfy Leven- tcin of Hie Patterson. N.J.. Call sks If the nag will become a lembcr of Bill Daily's stable. In 1900. the avefag* American t 151 pounds of meat, or six pounds more 'han in 1448. State Police Report 24 Fatal Accidents in May LITTLE ROCK. June 18—W)— Thirty persons were killed in 24 fatal traffic accidents In Arkansas during !\fay. Slate Police Director Herman Lhulscy reported yesterday The Slate Police report also show? 175 persons were Injured In 89 non-fatal accidents. Through the first five months of 1049. traffic accidents have taken 143 lives, the rcjwii said as compared with 156 talflllllcs in Uv corresponding period last year. Gov. McMath Names Two To Regional Conference LITTLE ROCK, June 18—(/TV- Governor McMath yesterday ap pointed Slate Education Commis siouer A. B. Bonds, ,Ir., and Dr Virgil W. Adkinson members of th Arkansas .section of the Souther Regional Conference oil Educatioi Dr. Atkinson is dean of the Unl vertity of Arkansas graduate schoo of Agriculture. A third member Is to be appointed later. r ta** HoipitoJ Board To Reinsure Property LITTLE ROCK, June II. t/Pf—Tht T!o?rd of Trustees ol the Arkansas Sl?te Hospital for nerVwus diseases yesterday voted to cancel »H present insuri-nc'e policies on prdperty it Little FWeX and Benton units ef- rllvc July 1. If then decided to reinsure all property on the bAsis of 35 per cent of the valuation for frame and brick buildines and 90 per cent on fire proof bilildtng*. The action was t*keii following a report from an ihsbfartc* committee Ihnl policies carried on the Little Hock unit were "grossly Inade^ cjuatc," nnrt that InsilfancS !* tioV b6inj carried on some buildings which have been torn down. Oil recommendation of the committee, the board will designate one agent to handle the new insurance, who will tie responsible for seeing that the properly ta kept adequa Injured. The ageht will distribute policies among other agencies. Paragoitld to Play Host To Checker Tournament More than 50 check enthusiast 1 from ArkHrt.iRs and Missouri if expected to coinbete In a chrokc tournament In Pafagould Stlnda June 2$. Player* are requested to appe; at the American Legion horn* 1 Pariigould prior to 8:30 am. whe play will start. C. & S. to Start Daily Flights to Venetuela MEMPHIS, June 18. (In— Chicago and Southern Air Line* will start Dally air service between Memphis urd Venezuela June 27. President 3. A. Stewart announced today. Stewart said the airline received authority for the flights yesterday from the Venezuelan government. Chleago and Southern has been «p«r«U]iit the Bolith AmeHcan rblite oh a fbur-time-a-week basts, The flights will he via New Or* leans, with stops In Cuba and Ja* malcn. at West Point. One contingent at Carnp Ohnfee, rill be stationed Ark. They will Moior Lcoguc Leaders •y «h* AMwUtM PrtM Amrt-lnli Mafw Bulling—Kelt, Detroit, JAT, Jdwt, Philadelphia, S*0 Runs — Joost, PhUidelphia, *6, Wllilams, Bo«t6n St. Rims batted In—WiHlarru, Boston i Stephens, Bo&ton, SO. Hllj—Hell. Detroit, T*, MajesU, Philadetphla, SB. Doubled — Zerniali Chlca*6, IT, Majeskl, Philadelphia, 1« Triples—Mitchell, Cleveland, T, V#t6. Millanelprila, «. Home runs — Stephens, Boston, l«; Joost, Philadelphia ana Williams. Boston 15: Stolen base*—billinger, St. Lotilf, I. Mitchell, Cleveland, 8. Pitching—Raschl, New York, t9- 1 9^*< Reynold*, N«W Tork, 7-1 .(SrS Strik«6ut«^trac»s, t)ttrolt, IS, Newhouser, Detroit, 60. N.tlrtfi»l Ijcitmi Batting — RoWnaon, Broot;Hit, Mt-t Bchoendienst, St. Louis, 351. Runj-^Ree*e, Brooklyn, «T, Rob- insoh. Bfo*k1>'«, «4. Runs butted in — ftobirv-Tt, Brooklyn, 8»j Hodge*, Brooklyn, K. Hits — Robinson, Brooklyn, 80; Th6Ms«n r New Toft, 7S..-. DouWes-^*nnls, ?hHartelpriia, 1», Jones and Waltkua, Philadelphia, Triples — Roblrison and ifurtilo, Brooklyn and Bmalley, Chicago, ». Home runs s^ Klnfer, IHltsbttfiJu 14, Semlniclc, Philadelphia, 12. Stolen bate* — Robinnon, Brooklyn. 12, Rttsei Brooklyn, 11, Pltchlhg-^«ewell, Pittsburgh. *•• I.OOO. Branca, Brooklyn) 1-1 8* Strikeout* — Branca, Brook lye. and 6pahn, Bo*ton, 52. Average meat consumption by Americans In i»JO Was 135 pounds, about 10 pound* leu ihan in 1M*. Weft Point Cadets To Train at Chaftec WEST POINT. N. Y., June 18 f/t 1 —The U. 8. Military Academy »n nounccd today that 117 first-year cadets will set summer training comrnBiids of Hctive platoons bt> fore returning for their final year BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION I'UICE ANYWHERE! RMervtd Sata on sate al Ihe legion Arena from 6 p.m. Eyery Monday Monday, June 20 AIMU.TS 50c — CHLI.IWKN lie New Starting Time 8:15 serve as Junlbr officers in replacement training divisions. ATTENTION to all FISHERMEN! For a Limited Time Only! You Buy 50 Minnows uox SEATS 16c EXTRA (Tai l»cl«<<4) TAG MATCH BILL CANNY and STOCKY KNE1LSON versus LEO SAVOLDI arid STEVE NEINOFF Also Two 1-Fall 30-Mlnutt Marches Canny VS. Savoldi Kneilson Neinoff and I'll Give You One of My Famous Minnow Buckets for Only $| IJQ Fishermen, buy your minnows whert you get the GRADED SHINKR, "Stwl Back and Spoi Tails". I have everything you need (o make your fishing trips complete and eitjoyabte. So, come in and MC m« before your BIG FISHING TRIP! "Everything for the Fisherman" DIXIELAND BAITERY 511 Chickasawbo C. R. COLLINS, Owner

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