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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS OTtH: Bald Veteran Too Durable For Youngster; Dorset to Outgrapples .Aultman Old Ous Kollio, bald emperor of 'the middleweight ranks, called on ah h!s cunning to turn back the challenge of Tex Rlley, an up- niid-comlng youngster from the El Paso borderland, at the Amerlcnn nrena lierc last night. The venerable Kallio was just too smart and loo durable for lhe popular Texan, who, despite the .constant, Itc-ln and udvlcc of the crowd, could pin lhe champ's shoulders but once. To his credit :t lt must be said that Rlley was • aggressive nil the carrying BY HARRY C1KAYSON Sports Editor, NEA Service PITTSBURGH, Mny II. — Dr. Jock Sutherland threatened lo resign ralhcr than go along with Hie athletic director of Uic University of Pittsburgh, so It was W, Don Harrison who hud to stcj) down. There Isn't likely to be further difficulty between Dr. Sutherland and Die /rout office, however, for OPEN SBFI BILL Champion Chevrolcts Play Hubbai-d; Slcam Laundry Meets Coca Cola The Commercial' Softball League - v . ., ..-.,^, tl , ,„. will pry olf the lid of lhe 1037 sea- Jimmy Hngnn has replaced Hnr- i son at Hruey Field tonight when Ihe Tom Llllle Chevrolet Co., winner of last year's lace, encounters the Hubbard 1 Hardware team, n»w- vlson. While Hnenn">nf > rlU the posl- llon, Ills a|)]>oljitincnt further stresses the tremendous influence wielded within the Panther nth- letlc council by '-the institution's football conch. Hngnn to be Dr. Sutherland'!) famous happens comers to the loop, and the Bly- thevllte steam Ijiundry, the class of the girls league last year, meets the lassies representing jack Ap' the fight to Kalllo and having 'the Louisiana grappling master iln trouble- n number of times. Knlllo came out of his corner nt the fii-st bell with n pleasant expression on his face and with his. right hand extended like n '.country politician. 'Here young Rilcy made his first mistake. He shook hands. Knlllo shook too. i-'-'' he didn't turn loose. He slapped on n wrlstlock and took Rlley to Uic' mat. pinning his shoulders In exactly 58 seconds. Rlley protested to Hcfcrcc Mike Meroney tliat it wasn't fair, but Mike advised hliii lo charge It up to exiierienco. Coming out for the second time ;Knlllo again extended his hand 'but: Riley rolnled to lib lienrt. Indicating he had learned his lesson. Tex went to work on the vcttinn and finally succeeded in •.pinning his shoulders \vltli a scr- ies of kangaroo kicks nml n body ' pin. The time of- tho, second fall was 25 minutes. So fast and aggressive was the Texan that Ous was barely nble to lake the third and 'deciding fall > )n 36 minutes of grappling. Rlley hftd the vet in a bad way several times, forcing him to the' - lopes with the crowd yelling for :Tcx to "pour- It on. 1 ' Just seven •'minutes short of the time limit of Uic malch Kullio got a double toe hold nnd rocked ntley into submission Joe Dorselte, Italian 'newcomer lo the local arena, earned the favoi of the .crowd by subduing Dutch Aullnmn two out of three falls in the seml-flnal bout. Anil- man, .who enacted the role of the villtan, drew boos from Hie nudi- • ence • for his roughness. He required only eight minutes lo pin Dorselte for the first fnll with a body slam. Dorset!)?, cnine. br.ek strong to deal out the punishment to Aull- own 'product. liagan. mclrlculatcd from Wiml- ber in 1924. He played quarterback and right hnlf In 1825, nnd was the regular right half in 1926 nnd '27, when he blocked .for Olbby Welch, the All-America half. One of the finest punters In Pitt history, he was a good passer ami an excellent ball carrier. He scored the Panthers' touchdown In heir 7-li loss to Stanford In the Pasadena Rose Uowl, Jnn. I, 19HB, vhcn his kicking kept Ihe Card- iimls nwny from Ihc Pitt goal time nfter lime. Jimmy weighed only 14D lhat nfteinoon, nnd Isn't more than n half dozen pounds heavier now. * • • Swings Toward I!asl . Hngnn became associated with a Chicago engineering company upon being graduated In 1928, but the following year returned lo I'lltaburgli as assistant director of athletics. .Jimmy, i\ firm mend of Harrison, was named graduate manager in 1933. • Pitt's new athletic chief is married and the father of a young son. He neither drinks nor smokes. He was an honor student nnd a member of various honorary societies on the campus. He leads milll the wee small hours of the morning. Is n first-rate bridge player, nnd likes to walk. He formerly was n baseball addict, but golf has monoixillzcd llllle spare lime he has whal had since he whittled his Ecore dow He dislikes the limelight, Pitt's football • policies will dergo no radical changes under Hagan, unless It Is a slight, swing toward Ihe east, which Ihe Panthers have shown n tendency to neglect in recent years. Pitt's eastern opponents now Include Carnegie Tech,' Duiiuesnc Pcnn State, West Virginia, nm! Fordham. From the west arc Notre Dame,. Nebrnskn, nn<i Wisconsin Duke., represents the south. Nothing more has been snld about Notre Dame man nnd after 12 minutes of j, 01 , regions „•„„ loiifhing it won Ihe second fall' t cr nc)i ( fn n ' ^ , with n kangaroo kick nnd body, contract with Duke After absorbing plenty of?"punishment fiom Aultmnn, Dorselte took the third nnd deciding fall in eight minutes with an old- fashioned football flying Lickle. The Dutchman started n rough house with Uorseltc after lhe Int- screrlng grld- ~",sbi plebnum's store. Chevrolet will have practically ' the same team ns last year plus WHloughby II. "Tiny" Glover, "Shoeless Bill" Godwin and Dan Wnrrlni-ton from the Pnstima Billiard I'nrlor a»iirei>allon of last sea- on. The addition of Glover nnd Jodwln will add punch lo nn nl- •flady |W;cifi:l bnltlni; allnck wlillc Wnrrlngton, considered by mnny to be the best pitcher In the loop, Is n distinct a.ssel to nny tcnni. • Hubbnru Hardware will hnve the majoritv of plavc'is from tho Famous Store outfit of last, ye'a'r ns well as some newcomers from the Kiirrotmdli\( territory, ', Justi.who will play where 'Is. still •largely n inntlcr of conjecture but Coach Marvin "Honk" Sanderson 'promis- es't,ha|. his tcnm .will' oiler plenty of competition lo any other In the lengue nnd will have nn'iib'und- nc>: of pep, fluht and. power. Tiie girls game promises to be n ullchluit duel between Mary'Lou WhllllD. Ynrbro lassie, who did O f- fecliv" hurling for the Coen-Cola team Tnst season, nnd Evelyn "H^r- ry" McDanlel, tltc boyish-mannered girl from Luxorn whose hurling played such n prominent part In lite, winning of last year's pennant for the Laundry learn. There has been so much trading in lhe lust few weeks that the other positions on the girl's lenms are very indefinite, but the manager of each team Is confident of victory, nnd when Umplrc-ln-ChlcI Herbert Brownln? starts the came with his stentorian blast of "Piny Ball" the girls ,wi)i 'be on hand, ready, nnd waiting. The (jirls game will begin nt 8 p. m., fotawcd by the boys gnme. The nsunl low admission charges will prevail. , | ' ; -) The schedule follows: ! '•' Mny 11. Coca-Cola vs, Upplc- bauin, Chevrolet vs. Hubbard' Mai Spring Grid ! Drills Open For Chicks The filythcvillc Well school 7htcl<nsaws, 1930 mythical state 'rid champions, opened their •pring football practice yesterday fltrnooh wilh Head Coach Carley G. Laslic, Ihelr tutor In n emntlonal three-year ' streak of •Iclorles, broken only In a posl •eason isamc with Columbus, l\(lss. >ljjh for lhe trl-slnle prep tllle, Hireling activities. Joe DIUly of lhe University of \lnhama at TiiEca'lotisa. who succeeds La.slie as heat! roach, nnct Milcr.ell nest, filio nn A'lnbama ninn, who has been selected as 'assistant coach, arc expected -here next week to lis on hand 1 for the Inn! few days of the spring practice grind. La.slie joins the coaching s'.aff if Virginia Military Institute/ ut Lexington, on June 1 ns head line •oach with n brilliant record as '. high schol conch here behind Among the missing from tile JOwcrfnl IU30 array ns Hie Chicks vent through their limbering up •ntlcs will) next fall In mind were nyron Walker, all-Dixie and all:tale center, O'Neill Craig, veteran ijiiiml, now at Loutslniia ilnle University, and Max Hutch- Ins, slashing bjiek. The relum of •overnl otliers appears doubtful. Grimes Stars As' Jonesboro Wins Easily; Kirctioff Mints At Shakeup By .1. P. OSCEOLA. Mny 11.— Irked the showing of the Osceola Indian? in losing H'.rcc of Ihelr first four giiuu's. Manager Elmer Klrcholl announced after their defeat by | Joncsboro yesterday that whole-' Sunday and Monday. TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1937 Giants At Newport to Meet Cards Tied for the Northeast Arkansas league lead with one home game and three road games behind them, the Blytheville Giants engage the Newport Cardinals in the first of a two game sferics nt Newport Ihts afternoon. Thursday the Giants return home for their first game here since opening day. The Canithersville Pilots will be Ihelr opponents. They play the pilots here again Friday and Ihcn play Iwo more games at home before taking to the road. The Cardinals come here for games Cincinnati Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit New York Boston ....... Washington St. Louis W. L. si 5 . 9 5 9 7 p 7 7 o o 10 5 o Chicago ... ............ 5 10 Northeast Arkansas League ttrhnd been awarded the full, but Meroney stepped in nnd sent ' the wrestlers to the drcssln rooms -iv i power. rill Beckons Dnrdnoulh Nsbrnskn is •certain to remain despite reports of strained fecl- iy truth --- icrs and Huskers were not ns friendly ns In a preliminary boxing match "' e '' An<1 '! lc nirlvnl >>' Lincoln Fred Wright. 100 pounder, nnd ,? lnj .' D . 1rf Joncs further binds Cornell Mitchell, 105 pounds, bat- ,, £cnools ' M "Jor Jones Is n tied five rounds to n drn\v. The i""" I' crson «l ' acqunlntnnce of , T , llD1 ' C .. " CVCr s . or s '° l lhe o a raw. e leather pushers were willing to Dr - Sl "l>Mlniid. but were shy on 1 ,."- '^• Iu0rtl throw punches bu science. ' °» the schedule ,.- • for a « eastern rival of the caliber '' 13, Nu-Wn' vs, Laundry, Ark-Mo vs: Ford; May is. Nu-Wa vs. Coca- Cola, Chevrolet vs.'. Ark.-Mo; May 20, Laundry vs. >'jj. Applebaum; Hubbard vs. Ford; liny 25, Nu-Wn vs. Jack-.Applcbniim, Chevrolet vs. Ford; Mny 27, Laundry vs. Cocn- Cola, Hubbard vs. Ark-Mo.; June LpCocn-Coln vs. Jack Applcbaum,- Ark-Mo vs. Ford; June 3. Nu-Wa Laundry, Chevrolet Hub- June 8 .Laundry vs. J. Ap- bard; plebiuun, Hiibbnrd vs.* Ford; June 10. Nu-Wa vs. Coca-Coin, Chevrolet vs. Ark-Mo; .lime 15. Laundry vs. Coca-Cola, Hubbnrd vs. Ark- Mo.; Jims 17, Nu-Wn vs. .lack Ap- plebaiim.Ohsvrolet vs. Ford; June 22. Nu-\Vn vs. Laundry, Chevrolet vs. Hubbard; June 24, Cocn-Cola vs. Jack Applebaum, Ark-Mo vs. Ford; June 29, Nu-Wa vs. Coca- Cola. Chevrolet vs. Ark-Mo; July I, Laundry vs. Jack Applcbnum, Hubbard vs. Ford; July C, Nu-Wa vs. J. Applebaum, Chevrolet vs. . Bill Morrison,' 93 pounder, hadl? lm .''I 10 "!" ° r Pennsylvania. a slight edge over Junior wil- .* ,' llg ,j lll . s linc ' . ft m »V be stgnin- liams. 89 pounds. In a three round I „ Mlnt ., Dr - Suthcrlnnd visited poi itrnnteur exhibition In the curtain raiser. Meroney announced from, the ring that Dneo Baker had challenged Roy Welch for a return match with no holds barred nnd without/benefit of a referee. Meroney said lie would communicate with Welch immediately nnd If he accepts the challenge the bout will be staged under these conditions. He nbw announced that Joe Washburn will appear in the /•local ring next week against some good opponent. Local Golfers To Face Jonesboro J In Tourney On Sunday The Blytheville country club golf team will go to Jonesboro Sunday for its first tournament of the year wilh the Jonesboro golfers. The Jonesboro golfers arc the oldest rivals of the locals and have probably clashed with them in more tournaments than any other golf club. Interest Is always keen when they batUe it out on the fairways and the tournament committee of the local club ts anxious to have a large group of golfers make the trip to the Cralghead county capital. The tournament was to hav been held two or three weeks ago but was postponed because of ba< •weather. .... •'• „ .,Hanover the other week-end as the guest of Coaches Earl Blaik Fats Ellington, Andy Guslafson' and Eddie Hlrshberg, the latter two former Pitt players. But Dr. Suthcrlnnd lenves the schedule and many other important matters to Jimmy Hngnn with the utmost confidence. Hagan, n tremendously hard worker, has friends all over the ountry. A diplomat of the first rdcr, he Is hard-hcndcd i when comes to business.' 1 He did' a ilcndld job on.:, minor s po r t s chcdulcs— game . operations ' the rriingemcnU of ' trips, etc. Jimmy Hagan Is one 'of the few romlncnt nthletca -who advanced o the head of the department he clped malntnin ^ uic UUIIOLT Pord; Jllly 8l Lnun <lry vs Coca- Pennsylvania £ oln ' """bard vs Ark-Mo; July 13, Cccn-Cola vs. Jack Applebaum, Ark-Mo vs. Ford; July 15. Nu-Wa vs. Lnundry, Chevrolet vs. Hub- American League Washinton at St. Louis. Philadelphia nt: Detroit. New York at Chicago. ' Boston at Cleveland. Cleopatra's Needles wsre erecte ji4 centuries bsforc she was born . They were s«t up at HellopoHs b Thothmes III about 1500 B. C Clebpalra was not born .until 6 B, C. I Today's Games Northeast Arkansas League niytheville at Newport. Jonesboro nt Caruthersville Pnragould at Osceola. Southern t^anir Chattanooga at Memphis Birmingham at Knoxvllle Atlanta at Little Rock. New Orleans nt Nashville. National i.c.ijue Pittsburgh at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia Chicago nt New York. . St. Louts nt Brooklyn. Have You Visited Our New Modern Service Station 1 / While Rose Gasoline Goodyear Tires Wlllard Batteries Road Service On -' Cas - Tires - Wrecks 24 HOUR SERVICE Call 633 For Prompt Sen-Ice Tom Little Chevrolet Co. . bard; July 20, Laundry vs. J. Applebaum. Hubbard vs. Ford; July 22, Nu-Wa vs. Coin-Coin, Chevrolet vs. Ark-Mo; July 27. Lnundry vs. Cocn-Cola. Hubbard vs. Ark- Mo; July 29, Nu-Wa vs. Jack Applebaum. Chevrolet vs. Ford; Aug. 3. Nu-Wn vs. Laundry, Chevrolet vs. Hubbard; Aug. 5. Coca-Cola vs. Jack Applebaum. Ark-Mo vs. Ford; Aug. 10, Nu-Wa vs. Coca-Cola, Chevrolet '\s. -Ark-Mo;. Aug. 12, Lnundry vs. Jack Applebaum. Hubbard vs. Ford; Aug. 17, Nu-Wa vs. W. LV'Pet. Blylhevllle 3" iV;.750 3 1 .150 2 2' .500 2 2 .500 1 I! .'250 1 3 Parngould Newport Joncsboro .... Osceoln Cnriithersville Southern League xLIUle Rock W. Memphis : 13 n Birmingham ,. 13 10 Nashville 10 0 xA'tlnnln n n Chnttnnoosn fl 10 New Orlcnns 10 13 .435 Knoxvlllo en ,2C1 Yesterday's Results NorlHeasl Arkansas League Blyl-hcvillc 8. Caruthcrsvillc- 5 (11 'nnings). Pnragould 1, Newport 5. Joncsboro 1. Osceola 1. Souliu-rn League Atlanta at Little Rock, night game. Now Orleans nt Nashville, played Suidny In double-header. , Only gnmes. N'ational League Chicago 4, New York 3. Pittsburgh 4, Boston 1. Philadelphia 10. Cincinnati 3. Brooklyn B, St. Louis 2. American League • Cleveland 0. Boston 5 ill innings!. . New York ^. Chicago 0. . Philadelphia 0.' Detroit 5. St. Ifliils C, Washington 3. rale changes would be made unless they snapped out 'of their losing ways. ' ' ; . Two new fn.ce. 1 ! are likely In the lineup today against the Paragould Rebels: Thomas Mabiy. glnnl outfielder, who was with the club last year, Is expected to go to left field. Johnnie Pnnkovlch, Infleldert optioned her? by Johnstown, Pn., of the Middle Atlnntic League, arrived Sunday nnd may be stationed nt third, Chief Kirchoff moving to short and Gene Williams to second, i The Indians were unable to do much ngnlnst "I,?fty" Burley Grimes. Jonesboro's crack southpaw, and vere down, 7-1, to break even jn t'le series. Grimes, who fanned fifteen Newport Cardinals In his debut, held the Indians at Ills mercy. He allowed only five lilts nnd scattered them ovcr ( ns many innings. A wild throw by Edwin Hughes, first baseman, on nn ensy play at first base nftcr fleldinu John Scolinos' roller, permitted Bill James lo cross the plnlc for the lone Indian score nnd robbed him of n shutout. The locals threatened in the late Innings but Grimes bore down and quashed the rallies with his ( blimlln; speed nnd • deceptive curve ball. Jnincs was the only Indian to give ; Tiim any trouble, connecting for n ••I 12 I triple in the first inning and doubling in thOj eighth. Kircholf slam- .333 n j c[ i out a double In Ih'j seventh. For four Innings Henry Culp soutbpnwcd on scoreless terms with Grimes. An error by George Carson on a perfect double play ball gave the visitors'a break and they cashed in on it. Hunter drew a walk lo slart lhe fifth. Grimes hit to Carson near the hag nnd he missed It. Lovalvo put both In a position to score with a sacrifice. Hunter scored on Albright's fly to James. The outficl:ler's fine throw hit the Jonesboro manager. Roberts singled to center, scoring Grimes. Despite a single by Hunter and Grimes' double, Culp escaped the Elxtlv but they; fell,'ph. him for two more In the p.ext inning. With one down Roberts ^strolled. Reavers doubled him home and went to third when Gene Williams threw badly lo third nftcr ! taking;. the throw from Grady Mills. Bevo scored as Kirchoff tossed out Glenn Shonka. Joe Continni singled;..and Kirctinff wnvcd in Hal Fletcher. Hughes rolled out to second. •Osceoln got Iwo on by Kircholf's two bagger nnd n base on balls to Carson but Grimes mowed down Williams. White nnd Pinch Hitter Miibrv, • Wnlter "Bud". Lutes'went to tho pnrnpet in the eighth and the i Giants thumped him for three 'lilts and tallied three runs. Huntjr fanned. Grimes smacked one to ceti- | ter. Lavalvo walked. Albright skied to center, but Roberts doubled to left for two runs, and rode home on Beavte' single. "Bud" finished the gnme by striking out Hunter and Grimes after walking Hughes. The box score; The summary: .Ic-nrsbcro Lovalvo, ss Albright. 2b Roberts, If Beavers, cf Shonkn. 3b .U43 .583 .563 .533 .375 .'357 .333 .250 .650 .61!) .565 .500 .41-1 The Parngould Rebels, lied for first plnce with the Giants, three wins and one loss each, meet the Osceola Indians at Osceola today and Wednesday. The lleheK bent the Cardinals at Newport yesterday by a score of 1 to ti. Pnragould look lhe lead in the first inning, on Grnnthani's homer with two .'on and never relinquished it. i ; Jonesboro's Giants are at Ci- rulhersvlllc tonight and tomorrow. Scolinos, Ib Eernnsek, rf Klrchott, 3b Carson. 2b . Williams, ss White, c Culp. p Fletcher, p . xMnbry Lutes, [>' Totals 0 0 10 002 0 1 0 0 1 2 '000 0 0 G 0 1 0 0 5 2 3 0 0 0 IN [LEIEITH DEFEHT5JI10T5 Second Homer Wilh Two 0000 0 0 0 .0 0000 ...34 1 5 27 10 xBattfd for Fletcher In seventh. Jonesboro 000 Osceola 000 020 000 230—7 010—1 Sumihnry: Errors—Lovalvo, .Hughes, Grimes, Carson, Williams. White. Runs batted In—Albright, Roberts 3, Beavers 2, Shonkn, Scol- Inos. Two-base lilts—Grimes, Kir- choir, James. Roberts. Beavers. Three-base htt^-Jnmes. Sacrifice hit —Lovalvo. Double plays—Williams, Carson, Scolinos. Hunter. Hughes. Left on bases—Jonesboro' 11, Osceola 8. Innings pitched—by Lutes', 2 with 3 bins 3 hits; by Gulp, G 2-3 with 4 runs 7 hits; by, Fletcher. 1-3 with no runs no hits. Losing pitcher—Gulp. Passed ball- Pulltg, Hunter. Bases on balls—off Grimes'i) 2, off Gulp 5, of! Lutes 2. Struck Aboard Wins Forj Giants, 8 to 5 CARUTFiERSVlLLE, Mo., May 11 —Prank - Mancuso; B 1 y t heville catcher, dug in on nleldustel's fast ball with two mates on base in the llth inning here last night and sent the horsehlde soaring over the left field barrier for a home run that gave the Giants a hard-earn-' ed' victory Over the Caruthersville Pilots, 8 to 5. Mancuso was the big gun of the Giant a'tUick, driving in four runs with Iwo home rim's, the other being blasted off Spangle's hurling In the second Inning. .Neither Spangle, who started for the* Pilots, or Harrington, who started for the Giants, stayed for the finish, pulllg relieved the Giant righthander when the Pilots were one run behind, but couldn't hold the lead, the Pilots deadlocking the score In the seventh stanza. Prom the seventh until the falc- ful llth Inning t!ie game was scoreless with Pulllg holding the Pilots well in check. Spangle finally was relieved of pitching dulies only for Mancuso to find Bleidistel just as easy for' his home run swing. The Caruthersville defense was especially ragged, six erros being charged up to the Pilots while the Giants got by with only one miscue, charged to Shortstop pavich. Pratt got n pair of two baggers and Pavich and Bobo one each to help Mancuso's big bat turn the winning trick. Tum<- and Wickel crashed two base hits for Caruthersville and Linhardt smashed one for three bases. Blytheville Pavich. ss . Hine, rf .......... 5 Byrkel, cf ..'. ..... 5 Miller, II) ____ Mancuso. c ... Bobo, 3b ..... Pratt. If .... Stewart, 2b . Harrington, p Leonhnrdt, Ib ....2 3 in o ( Alexander, If 3 o 0 0 0 0 Brcngard. If 3 p 0 0 0 1 Wlckel, ss 5 d' 3 5 4 2 Howison, rf 2 0 1 i i fl McGown, if 3 0 0 0 0 0 Turner, c 5 0 2 -J 6 1 Soangle, p 3 0 0 I 3 o BleliJlstel, p 0 0 0 0 2 0 xKoewing 1 o 0 o o 0 Totals .42 5 9 32 19 <j Score by Innings* H. II, 1C. Bly'ville '021 200 000 03 8 10 1 Cnr'ville COO 220 IMi 00 5 0 5 HAPPY HOUR "Eat while you lii'B, and live while you eat." Groceries & Meals 103 \V. Main - - i-hone 15 FRER ni!I,lVKRY Evcrytblnsf F 0r Your Enlei lain- intnt and Comfort AB 11 II I'D A K i P 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 9 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 00000 Jack Applebaum. Chevrolet vs. Ford; Aug. 19, Laundry vs. Coca- Cohv. Hubbard vs. Ark-Mo. Coi\tinni, rf Hughes. Ib Hunter, c ., Grimes, p . Totals ... Osceola Mills, cf .. Jnmes. If . AB It II O A 2102 .50 1-10 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 10 1 8 2 0 1 0 0 36 7 10 27 AH R H I) A -1001 4126 out-—by Grimes 9, by Gulp 3, by Lutes 3. Hit by pitcher (Beavers) Totals Caruthersville Heath, 2b by Culp. Umpire—Armour. .Time—i Myers, cf ... Knrowski, 3b ...43 B 10 33 13 1 AB K. II I'O A E ....6 01120 ....S 00201 ...A 21110 WIDE-AWAKE EYES Eyrs clear, s]>ar r kling, aixl iiu'e: Eanlly moving Pupils large L lie M)ft Loivrr li.ls full The- t-yebrinvsarc clean-cut. fTS AlWAYS B/$ MM— THIS MILD.SMOKING, TASTY "MAKIN'S" TOBACCO head. Ihrtolnri well dcrcloprii. Tlic outer fold of lhe car' i* only a imrmv line of \\tA\. . STEADY"mnkin's"ciga- ;', rette smokers appreciate 'Prince 'Albert's MILDNESS I That "no-bile" process routs harshness. The "crimp cut" insures COOL smoking. PIPE SMOKERS! You'll find P. A. KXTRA MILD! 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