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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 6, 1950
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BATORDAY, MAY «, Paps Take Seventh n Arkansas Track Meet; Place in 3 LITTLE ROCK, May 6.—Atkins and North Little «5'*ned today as the new Class B senior ., d Junto? cliool state track champions following their victories >st night in the state track and field meets here no PI At « iM "° Sed , -ft 0s , Ceola by follr P°tot» t" take ne Class B crown while North Little Rock was the best of 9 teams entered in the junior meet second eel. In Hie junior meet, Blylhevllle's 'anooses placed seventh behind I.itlle Rock, Stuttgart, Mc- 5ehee, Fort Smith, Bald Knob mcl Tcxarkana. .-_ Place in Three The Taps placer! In three events o score 6 1-2 points. Tlieir 410- •ard relay team placed fourth, big liny Monlroe Holland 'laced Iliird In Hie shol, anil A. Hal] tied fo rthlnl in the hi"h ump. Osccola won three first places, ie second, one third nnd one fourlh score 26 points which was good place in the Class B Tlie Semuioles' speedster Harvey ?e Hill who carried oil individual "uig honors in the meet with 17, 1 t«'o of the first places and was icnor man on the winning ggo- jrd relay team. Hill placed first j the 220-yard dash, 100-yard dash |)d brond jump. • Hill Kuns 250 ran the 220 In 23.5, the 100 . 105 and he won (he broad Jump ,ith a leap of 19 ft, in j n . ;The Seminoles placed second in \e 440-yard relay, fourth in the iile rflay and Tommy spiers won <m1.™,the shol. Th^^ig Six and Class A schools ok over today in the two-day track id field events. A large field of itries is expected in the two meets Well got underway this morning be completed to- le High School will team in the Class A id which will Sht. Blythevi )t enter eet. Six llcrnnls Fall Six records fell In the Class B id Junior meets last night and ur were established In new events Iklns got iii name in the record »ks twice. Us Sammy May ran e 120-yard high hurdles In 16.4 coods, four-tenths of a second bct- r than the old mark set last year ' Delk of Norphlet. The Atkins 440-yard relay team tarnished a record of 46.1, efght- nths of a second faster than Hart- rd's 1849 mark. John Stice of Foreman put the <ot -18 feet, and that wns 14 Inches rtner than the heave of Stamps' lort, which had stood as the'rcc- d since 1940. TheaSjier record In Class B was 440-yard dash of artford's Escalanll. The best nre- ously In that event wns 538 by listen of West Point In 1841. Shot Put Record Goci Tlie Junior shot put record fell by • wayside, too, with Adklns of Knob throwing the iron ball feet, six inches. That was 7 I-B ch« better i.han the 1948 toss of rt Smith's Pryor ' George Greenfield of McQehee s the individual standout among • Jlinlore as he scored all of his ms 15 points and lowered the -yard dash mark from 10.9 seeds to 10.7. Lutes of BlytheviUe set • old standard In 1948. Recognized Records Recognized as records in events n for the first lime were: Class B—180-yard low hurries rrows of Hartford, 21.9 seconds' nfor—440-yard relay, Norlh Llt- Rock, 47.1 seconds; 120-yard low rdlos, Saur, Te.xarkana, 15.7 seeds; pole vault, Beckman, Fort ith, 10 feet 2 3-8 inches, 'cam scores: Class B-Atkins 30. Osceola 26 rtford 22, Carlisle and Bald Knob Foreman 8, Calico Rock 7 Arkan City 7, Hoxie 7, Eureka Springs Hughes 4, Stephens 3. Dermott 3 rdaneUe 3. Harmony Grove 3' i»as,2, Berryville 2, stamps 2 • --North Little Rock 19 , itrTl4, Ba'ld IrCrab'T Texark^m BlytheviUe 6 1-2, EJ Dorado 6 nden 6 Jacksonville 5, Siloam rings 4, Smackover 3, Holly Grove Jonesboro 3, Harmony Grove 3 nwny 2, Lonoke 2, Hot Springs 2' rdon 1 1-2. ' Southern AuoelaUoi Mobile . Birmingham Atlanta . ... New Orleans Memphis . . Chattanooga Nashville . Little Rock w L ret 15 14 8 12 7 11 8 11 9 8 13 « 11 1 1» NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Pittsburgh . .. Boston Chicago . ... St. Louis Philadelphia . Cincinnati . ... NCK- York . AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Detroit g 3 Boston . .. New York . Washington Cleveland . St. Louis . 10 7 8 i 4 .750 .700 .632 .579 .550 ,381 .353 .050 Pet .643 .600 .563 .556 .633 ,500 .308 ,200 Pet .72 .588 .583 .500 .500 .400 J33 .308 BLri'HBVILM! (ARK.) COUBTEH HEWS 9 • ~ • " •• ' ' jbatt/7 Arcaro a, ba n^^ Hoses at old c t, catch Wi,l iam Coo* ™ y ^$^^Z^lf?™^* »^ d ^ Sports Roundup Hujh Kulltrton It. Philadelphia Yesterday's Results Southern Association Chattanooga 2, Atlanta 1 (10 Innings) New Orleans 8. Memphis « Mobile 13, Little Rock 2 Birmingham 7, Nashville 4 National St. Louis 3, Philadelphia I Chicago-7, Brooklyn 6 (10 innings) Pittsburgh 5. New York 4 Boston 13, Cincinnati 1 American Leapj* Boston 5. Chicago 2 Detroit 9. Washington « Cleveland at, New York rain St. Louis at Philadelphia rain Today's Games Southern Association Chattanooga at Atlanta night Nashville at Birmingham night Only games scheduled . National Lea(u« Brooklyn at Chicago Boston at Cincinnati New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at St. Louii American League Cleveland at New York (1) Chicago at Boston Detroit at Washington St. Louis at Philadelphia Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a rriage license yesterday at the ice of Miss Elizabeth Blythe nty clerk: oim Franklin Nails of Horncrs- e. Mo. and Miss Velma Johnson Leachnlle. Newcomer Due To Appear In Mat Bout Here Promote) Mike Afcroney will bring In newcomer Bennie Hernandez. a tough Mexican heavyweight. to take part |n the American Legion's wrestling bouLs at Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Hernandez will team with always tough Bill Canny In the tag match with Lester Welch. the four wre-stlinj feature bout youngest of Welch brothers, and Billy Hickson furnishing the opposition. This will be Hernandez' first appearance in Blylheville. He Is reputed to be a top nolcb performer who goes in for Cunny's bullish style of wrestling. Monday night's appearance will also mark Welch's first appearance here in more than a month. Young Welch Is one of Meroney's most popular wrwilers. He li clflised as a Junior heavy, weighing slightly over 2<X) pounds. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also booked on Monday night's card. In the first, Canny will meet Welch and in the second, Hernandez will tangle with Hickson. FOR SALE! SOYBEAN SEED • All Seeds Redeemed • Germination Tests 89% R D. HUGHES GIN CO. Phone 3141 or 4400 NEW YORK, May 6. (/!>)—Ben Fow, a Columbia footballer who pcciallzcs In conversion kicks. Is on the spot loday when Muldoon's Reds and Nork's Shenandoah Blues )Iay their third intra-squad game. ... He kicked for both sides the last time out and booted the winning point-for the wrong side after miss- Ing one for his own learn. . . His buddies snid it was "Fow play.". We don't know much about the footl ball ability of the Lions, but even Lou Little could take some hints from the scouting reports they drew Jp. . . One lineman was tabbed as 'fast and rangy; uses speed well to avoid heavy fullbacks." . . Another has unusual tackling technique—he falls down and trips the ball currier with his face." Then there's one who is "dangerous at the dinner table" and a "fast man into the clubhous." And Dually a "dream tackle-he fell out of bed dreaming he had tackled Bronko Nagurski." Getting In the Act On the theory (who brought that up?) 'that any guy who once picked a Derby winner can't quit tryins, Ihis corner's picks for today's race' n Louisville are Hill Prince, Oil 3«plto), Mlddteground and Your Host, in that order. . . A California newspaper calls Your Host .the 'ghost of Cnrltiris. 1 ' . . . Who ever heard of a ghost winning tlie Derby, even though the joint is overflowing with spirits? Sporismenilnn Peler Mulllns, the Australian school teacher who finished sixth In the 1948 Olympic decathlon, has enrolled at Washington Slate College for the summer term to study physical education. . . Billy Southworth has high hopes for Ed Math- iws. the yonugster the Braves farm- td out to Atlanta. After seeing him lit twice this spring, Billy tabbed ilm us a natural hitter who could » the next Ted Williams . . Stanley Dancer, the 23-year-old New SSS'pt; N. J., relnsman who 1ms »en H big winner at Yonkers raceway, sleeps in the tack room with the grooms to save dough for a louse he's building. . . . B nrt W in- klnson already has accepted a coaching spot lor the East-West Shrine football game, Dec 31 So you can see what he thinks of Ok- ahoma's chances for a bowl game. Weak End Noles Dick Shellenbach, son of the Giants coach, and baskctballers Matt Formon and Tom O'Neil make up n Pitching staff that Holy Crc.-s fans say Is the best college trio In New England. . . Th e National (sand- ot> Baseball Congress claims to have located the biggest, baseball l«ague i of all—the 18-club Evergreen circuit In Washington Largest professional circuits have eight teams. . . . Nomination tor he season's most useless publleaion: A spring supplement to the All-America Football Conference r "° rd . . ma|nua .'- • • Somewhat more readable is Lee Allen's "100 Years o Baseball. • . . . From „„, tu , All Pitches were Underhand In Infant Days of Baseball Major League Leaders By The Associated 1'ress American Ix-ague Batting—Rizzulo. New York, .419; Majeskl, Chicago, .305. Runs-Pesky, Boston. 20; DiMaggio, Boston, 16. Runs batted In—Stephens, Boston. 22; Williams, Boston, ID. Hits—Pesky, and Stephens. Boston, 22. Doubles—Zarilla, Boston, 8- DI- Mngglo, New York, 7. Triples—Hcnrich, New York, 3; Doerr Boston, DIMaggio, New York, and Dillinger. Philadelphia, 2 Home runs—Williams, Boston, 5; Wood, St. Louis, 4. Stolen bases—Dillinger, Philadelphia, 2; many players tied with one. National League Batting— Musial, St. Louis, .442; Sisler. Philadelphia, .397. Runs-Jones, Philadelphia, 18; Jethroe, Boston, 17. Runs batted in-Jones. Philadelphia, 18; Westlake, Pitslimgh 15. Hil.s _ Jones. Sisler, and Ennis, Philadelphia, and Jethroe, Boston, Doubles—Robinson, Brooklyn, 7; Musial, St. Louis, 6. Triples—Kerr, Boston, 3. Emits, Philadelphia, Robinson, Brooklyn. Ward, Chicago, Lethroe, oBston, a. Home runs—Jones, Philadelphia, 6: Campanula, Brooklyn, and Stolen bases—Reese. Brooklyn, 4; Westlake, Pitlsbureh, 4. Snider, Brooklyn, Torgeson and Jethroe Boston, and Glaviano, St. Louis, 2. > (Editors Note-'rhe following is one of a series on the Diamond Jubilee of the National League) By Joe rtcicliler NEW YORK, May (!— (A 1 )—The regulation baseball of 1876 weighed Hie same as it does loday, nnd It was (.lie same size, but otherwise the same as plnyed by the pioner-rs of tne National League bore only passing resemblance to the modern pas- tune. For ImtnncR here ure a few of the nilcis as they were originally laid down: "The raulnm may have the choice of tlie first Innings. "The pitcher is required to deliver tne ball with the arm swinging nearly perpendicular n t Hie side of tne body and the arm, being swung forward, must pass below the line of his hip. Should a pitcher make an overhand delivery a foul ball will be called. "The striker (batsman) must call for either a high ball, low ball or fair ball. The umpire sluill notify I the pitcher to deliver Hie ball as required. Such call shall not be changed after the first ball is delivered. 9 Balls Allowed "Should the striker fail to strike at a good ball, or should he strike at and fall to hit the ball, the umpire shall can O ne strike Hrid two strikes should he fall again, when two strikes have been called, should the striker not strike nt the next «°£djall^lhe umpire shnll warn h Pocemakkers Trip Deerng 12-3 as League Opens The BtirneU Hudson Pacemakers opened their Northeast Arkansas- Southeast Missouri Softball League season with a re-sounding victory over Deering last night at Deering. rhe Pacemakers got four-hit pitch- Ing from Billy Denton while they pounded the opposing Inirler, Hoot Fairies lor 12 hits including a fifth inning homer by Jack Duclos with a mate aboard. Shortstop Billy Wixon lead the Paccmakeers at the plat* with a .riple-and two singles. The pacemakers are also members of the Blythcville Y's city Softball League and represent Blythevllle In the Northeast Arkansas-Southeast Missouri League. Chancery Hubert O. Moody et al vs. Allen O. Moody, suit to acquire title to part of Section 8-15N-11E Wonder Boys Defeat Arkansas Sfofc 3-2 JONESBORO, Ark., May 6. (AP) —Arkansas Tech defealed Arkansas State, 3-2, to take undisputed possession of second place in AIC standings here yesterday. Tfcli third baseman Jim Albright was hit in the head by a pitched ball in the seventh Inning, He was treated at a hospital and then released. Richison was the winning pitcher; Dean, the loser. The u. S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates the nation's annual game "crop" at more than 450000,000 pounds dressed weight. --- , lllu iiuijjim ,5jjnji warn ilm by calling good bull, or should >e fail lo strike at, or to hit the next good ball, 'strike three' must be caller and the batsman must run to first base, as In the case of hitting a fair ball. '"If a foul ball be caught after touching Ihe ground once, the bats- mnn is out, "Nine balls will be allowed before ballsV, man '» B'vcn his base on It was not until 1889 that four uails became the rule lor a base on balls, and three strikes for an out went into effect in 1888. It wain't until JflSl that bunts rolling foul were ruled strikes. Called Delivery Abolished In 1887 Calling for a high or Jow ball by a natter was abolished In 1887 That was the year—(he only year- that bases were recorded as base hits. The first enclosed baseball park was the Union Grounds in Brook- yn in 1862. Turnstiles were first introduced In 1878. The first great baseball park built was Baker Bowl the Phil's former brickwallcd arena. The first turtle-backed diamond was built in the majors at St. Louis First Sunday ball began In 1892 It wasn't until the middle '20'.s that all ball clubs were permitted to piny Sunday ball. As late as 1891, the National League had a clause In its constitution stipulating that a club Playing on Sunday nutomallcally j would forfeit Ks franchise. Lights in ball parks were Introduced In the majors by Larry McPhail May 24. 1935, in Cincinnati. The minors 'had night ball back in 1933. Now all major league parks except, Wrlglcy Field, are equipped with lights. PAGE Chicks Defeated 8-6 by Pelicans Memphis Pitcher Hit In Stomach by Line Drive but Gets Man B.v Tlic Associated I'rcsj LHtte Marvin Hotblatt pitched a losing game last niwht for 'the first time this .sca?ni>. but in losing he proved he lias tile .stomach to win. Stan Wcntwl ol New Orleans, hll a line drive Mralglit into the tiny Memphis pitcher's stomach. A lot of men, R0 od men, would have lain down and considered Hie mgJit Ri nti curl. But Instead, little Marvin held his breath, chased nf- ter the ball and finished (he play. Rolblatt couldn't keep up the strikeout paco lie set Uin last lime he pitched. New Orleans won 8-0 and the Pelicans pk'krd a line lime to win. Memphis slumped into the second division RS New Orleans took fourth place. New Orleans and Nashville rest tonight. _ -I.JJHT Rocks Lose Ajfaln "Just, liow .Ions will 1,1 We Rock keep lusliiB?" wasn't .settled last night. Little Hock lost tiKalii—for the loth straight time. But the Travs won't lose tonight. They don't play. The score was Mobile 13. Little Rock 2 and thnt wasn't the worst heating Liuie Dock has taken thl.s' year. Meanwhile, the Rocks expect help from outfielder Hal Simpson and pitcher Milo Johnson who arc coming down from Toledo. Thry hope lo be playing by Sunday Simpson hit .345 for Little, Rock last year. Johnson was Injured much of 13-10 nntl won only two and lost seven for the Travs. The nirminglinm nitrons are a tough ball club to heat on the road but when (hey cct In Ilickwood Park victory Is becoming almost automatic. The Barons have won 12 of thp last 14 played at home. Last night the score was another '1-4 game over Nashville, the same as Thursday night. Jim Atkins relieved slartcr Dick Ultleflcld In the fifth and Jield Nashville quiet the rest of the night. Chattanooga whipped Atlanla for the first time In three games and the Lookouts made the victory Rood for a jump to sixth place. Chattanooga defeated Atlanta 2-1 in ten Innings before a crowd of !),MQ. Armore! Tigers To Meet Luxoro Armorer's Tigers will go after their third consecutive win tomorrow afternoon when they play the strong Luxora. Independent team in Luxora. Frank Ellis of BlytheviUe Is scheduled to pitch for the Tigers with Pritu West also ready. The Tigers hold victories over Number Nine and Trumann In their only two games this season. American Grid League May Expand in 1951 ERIE, Pa., May 6. M 1 )—There's a possibility the American Football League may expand into eastern nnd western divisions in 1651 President Joe Rosentovcr said today. Rosentovcr. presiding at a brief meeting of league, executives, said that if Hie league Is split Into two divisions—east and west—st. Louis. Kansas CUy. Memphis, Cincinnati Columbus and Louisville, Ky., arc possible league additions. Hitless BUGS Take 2nd Straight from Giants Bj Jack Hand < (Associated IVrss Sporl» Writer) Hitless Wonders of 1050 — the Pittsburgh Pirates. Batting a sick .224, Bill Meyer's Pirates make a habit of winning five-hitters. Only a half came behind the leaBue-leaillns; Brooklyn ledgers, the Bui's continue to do It the hard way. Pro-season dojie on the Pirates siiid ".strain In hlttlni!, weak In pitching." So fur it's worked out In reverse. They did It again last nlRht. Just like Thursday, making five hits count fur a 5-4 mln over the New York Giants. The bin gun—Rnlph Klner—wcnl "3 for 0." Great relief work by lefty Bill Wcrle choked n Giant rally In the ninth. Braves 11(1 l;( limners 1( Pittsburgh wins without lilts, Boston certainly makes up for them The home run happy Braves ham niered four more Into the seats (.humping Cincinnati, 13-1. hehint Warren Spahn. That makes 11 home runs tor Boston In Ihe last three games and 19. Tops In tlie mnjors for the year. They finritly got Dirk sisler out St. Trills but not, before he inn ... a string nf rlulit cou.vcciillvri lilt, asnlnst his old tKimmntcs. Stslo was slopped by Hnrry Brcchcen li Ihe ninth liming as the Cards edci>i the Phillies. 3-z. limns Lose In 3lh Brooklyn pitching fell apart I: the ninth Inning agnln nnd (he Dodgers lost to (he Chicago Cub In the tenth. 7-li. Rnoklc Hanson .InckTOli's homer off Clarence Pod hlclan broke up the gmnc aftoi Hank Saner hud sent the panic Intr extra-Innings with his first three- run homer of the year. Delroll chniR lo Us one game L... In the American, cnnltalMng 01 shoddy Wnshinglon support for Steve Nagy lo trim the Senators 9-G. The Tigers scored five unearned runs. Tort Wllllnim' fifth homer helped lllc Boston Red Sox whip Chicago 5-2. to move Into second place. Two gnmes were washed out — Cleveland nt New York nnd St Louis at Philadelphia, n schcdulci night game. Courier Defeats Ark-Mo 18 to 6 The Courier News soltbalicrs won their second Bay Window League victory yesterday by trouncing Ark- Mo Power 18-0 at Little Park. Cicorgc Clark pitched for the victors and Harper and KcUlngcr shared the mound duties for Ark- Mo Power. A H-rim first Inning gav« the Courier Its winning margin. Winning Team Named In Negro School Contest In a conlest conducted during the last few weeks at Robinson Negro Elementary School, the Oriole group headed by Alphard Simmons as captain won first prize, In the Improvement of "better breakfast.' The Early Bird Breakfast Club is a project of the second grade class and the awards were madfi this ivcck at n breakfast attended b;, 25 parents nnd friends of the students. Second prize went to the nine Team, with Jessie M. Brook, captain and the third prize wan for the team of which Eddie Johnson was cap- lain. Prl/es were donated by grocery stores and consisted of food articles lo use for the "better breakfast' group. You'll Lov« Our Flowers I BI,rTIIEVTI.I.E FLOWER MART Memphis Iliwaj Phone 5002 Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government stnlislics say Ilia I Termite damage was second only to fire in Ilic Unilcd Slates. We will make an insnection and (,'h'e you an csllniiite, if needed, without cost. Our work is licensed by tlie Arkansas Sl.-Ue Plant Hoard—we have 12 years of experience lo guarantee you satisfaction. • FREE INSPECTION • SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. H. C. Bfankenship ... 309 Kasl Kcnfucky L. J. /eller .. Phone 2350 or 3579 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING *""" LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE] Rwrved Seals on Sale al (he Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, May 8 AIHJLTS SOc — CHILDREN 15c New Starling Time 8:15 BOX SEATS Ific EXTRA TAG MATCH BENNIE HERNANDEZ and BILL CANNY versus LESTER WELCH and BILLY HICKSON CANNY W E L £ H HERNANDEZ vs. HICKSON - Be Thankful For Health Most of us who enjoy good health accept It as * matter of course. It Is only when we have experienced the pains and suffering thai accompany severe Illness that we can fully estimate and value the state ol being well. For more than fifty-four years Chiropractic has been delivering on ever Increasing health service to sick and suffering humanity Chiropractic Is & separate and distinct health science. The Chiropractor does not treat, heal or cure Ha uses no drugs, and he does not practice medicine, surgery, or osteopathy His objective Is to restore lhe normal transmission of nerve force from bruin lo the various organs, muscles and Italics ol the body by ad- Justing the vertebral subtuJtatlon that Is creating Interference to such normal transmission and causing disease in the body Renewed health li the natural result. Lindquist Chiropractic Clinic ' Phone 3170 615 Cnickcuawfea Street Rlythcville, Arkansas Charley Coe Moves Up in Western Meet DALLAS. May 8. (IP)—pour stran- .?ers to Western Amateur semi-final play moved out today with national champion Charlie Coe of Oklahoma. City facing that confident young man iroin Ihc west coast — Mac Hunter. Francis G, (Bo) Wininscr, stocky collfglnn r,-om Sllllwater, Okla., met, fast-talking Bob Golrlwatcr, * Phoenix Ariz., business man. Gold-.vater and Winlngcr furnished Ihn high points of yesterday's r|imrt(>r-flnnls, the former by beating liruce McCormick of Los An- uelps, n Walker Cup alar, and the latter with a win over veteran Hill Campbell of Hunlington. W. Va. Coe was a big favorite lo add the title lo his national crown. Yesterday, (he slender young man from Oklahoma, look out ID-year-old Don Adcllngtnn of Dallas 5-4 in (he quarter-finals, shooling one under par. Hunter, who hails from Los Angeles, licked Ihiii long-time tournament campaigner, chubby Jack Munger of Dallas, 4-3. Wininiii-r beat Campbell 3-2. winning six holns in a row as he roared back from a three-down deficit through No. 10. Goldwatcr eliminated McCormick 1-up. The boys play 36 holes today over (he 6.470-ynrd par 30-30—72 Dallas Country Club course to establish tomorrow's finalists. New York Giants Sign H Memphis Infielder ~* MEMPHIS, Ter.n., May 8. (/T) — The New York Giants have signed Harrel Crone of Memphis, a second baseman, nnd assigned him to Springfield, in., at (lie Class D Mississippi-Ohio Valley League. Crone. all-Memphis at Christian Brothers College here In 1048. was wllh the HostRii Braves during spring training but later released. . **4 kli drlvtr'i llctuM w« rW «d k*c«i« In MiM Mt pcy H« CJOT5CT toil* HIGHT W DRIVE . . . YOU* IAHNIN99 ...HOMt..,tAHK ACCOUNT Comply vrlH «*• tKM Ullty l.w— fuir* nrltk tmrm*n SAVE MONEY W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. Run. Phone 3190 Re«. Jilt FISHING? We can furnish jon wllh everything jrou nerd for good Hshin;; Will buj any amount of roaches. DIXIELAND BAITERY 511 Chick. Ph. 4303 BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Fishing & Hunting License. "Jimmic B" 12 ft. Boat $19.95. Aluminum Boats, 12 & M ft. Fly rods, Casling rods anrl guns repaired. Shoes for every sport, •121 \V. .Main Phone 6762

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