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Blytheville, Arkansas
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MONDAY, JULY 21, 19-17 Cotton Pickers Win District Meet /or Legion Softballers; Manila Team is Disqualified Willi their patli cleared by an unexpected disqualification of the Manila nine uiul im upset over thu team Hie niyllieville Cotton Pickt-rs belted their way u, the District Five American Legion baseball championship .,i •JoiH'j-iboro yesterday by crushing Osceola 10 to 1- The pickers worked their way to the finals by otil-swat- ling Corniiifr iO-(i in semifinals Saturday ni K hl and •kicking over the dope bucket by hlasfing top-se'edeil Jonesboro l'2-~> that ul'ternoon. » — Mullen lim-U-,1 all frames ,i lcvjl i B was <. rc ,|iu<l wi(ll .,„ , lor tlic Pickers, allowing only six vWts in (he titi e on. T |, ( , Sou(h »Wiv:i.s.sip])l countiaiu got their lone couniiM- j M t j,(> fourlh. Eugene While was on the hill for Osccola and nave up 13 biiiRics In I he Pickers. It was Rlyihcville's same all the set over Jonejboro. With stellar iniiundsniaii Kenny Merrill at work throughout fnr the champs, Jonesboro w»s h«ld lo fnur bin- Bles while tlie Tickers took an early lead wlien they belted in seven runs in the second inning. The seven-run lead rule lield BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS way and the local Legionnaires here, top. and the game euc'ed in made only one error. Mullen got a the eighth frame. It was an e,TO (Id! 1)1,1 -1>1,1 .. L-i,\.iln A..UI... I.-. r. , ... '-".T IlJJ LI I [Jl - double and a simile. Asliby li,'i .... n tloublc and two .singles while Wan! connected (or three singles. niyllieville's major obstacle nn Die vlelory niiili was removed wlieii Die Manila Legionnaires were disqualified after it was found thai one <if (heir players hail a sej»i-2>r<> record, lie HMS liiiril-liiUing riuhl fielder Tillev "ho. on official investigation showed, bail played with a ('mil- well. MIL, semi-pro nine. Prior to tlicir disquivlifiralion tile .Manila lads had played only one game, a 12-2 victory over Osccola Blj'theviile t, »ame <-•—-< — Jonesboro made five bobbles. Al Cooper started for Jonesboro nnd was relieved in the second by Scott. Gobbs and Bridges caucl't for the losers while Koontz was behind the plate for niytheville Mullen got Uo singles; Long hit .1 single nnd a-double and A Duclos and Koont?. .singled. HOY scores: R II E 20013000-1 10 n l oooiooooo ic a niylheville Osccola in the first, »ame of the tourn.imeni State Legion Baseball Chairman W. II. Voss of Little Rock announced the disqualification ceola then returned to play beat Melbourne . , | Smith, of the Manila nine, belted ' two homers in Ihe opener th e only circuit clouts of the tourney Because of the rule stating that i n pine shall end when one team' holds a seven-run lead over the : jc other, the Corning till, ended in the ^.-eventh wit!, the pickers in front | 19-8. The Pickers racked up eight runs in the fourth frame to cinch ' thc game, setting the 1!) runs on 10 hits and two bobbles. In thr Corning 301 8 M 2 - 320 01 0 0 - - 12 7 5 4 . e hit-studded eighth, the Pickers ba't- ted once around. Ward was credited with the win and went the full route, hurling to Kontx. He gave up four hits. Dipto hurled to Hubbnrti all the way for I.-iU'iii K (be host nine 12-5, Bly- niytheville 1 70 000 13- Os- Jouesboro 12000200- and I Sliife Tourney July 31 LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. July »1 ! U P> -K-.c all-state Junior American Legion baseball lournam-nt will be htfil in Little Rock July 31 thrcush Aug. 3 with the Little Rock Doughboys and yesterday's winners of four district tourncVs entered. Winning in their respective dis- lri:ts yesterday were North Little ROCK. Fort Smith, Blythevilla and Camden. The Doughboys automatically gained a berth in the stale finals by virtue of iheir victory last year. The state tournament, for which drawings will -probably be held later this week, will be a double elimination affair. It will be held in Travelers Field. Blytheyille Team Eases Cooter Out of First Place in Standings 'EiylhevP'c 2 movo(! int<> d Icp ';po'_ in the Mississippi County Amateur Lra-«is sta:iding5 yesterday by nudging Cooler, Mo.. 5-4 wit.h a lait-niinuti- bunt and Arrel i.ook over undisputed JX)^-, session of the cellar after drop- 11113 :i 7-3 loss to Number Nine. The .Route 2 boys broke their tie fcr first place with Cooter but. rthc Missourians dipped another notch as (he Manila Cardinals drubbed Little River H-8 to daiui reconrt p'ace all to themselves. The Curtis last week were tied >'it!i Lutes for second spot. TVie Lu-tes nine is thus relegated fourth place! Arguments marred two of yes- I'erday's games and brought them premature ends, one after only 1 href inning.s". The Rnulf; 2 lad; annexed their win in the last of the ninth when second-baseman Ilirold West bunted to fcrinp, Leon Dntfos across the pla.te. "Fritz' 1 West was credited with the win. Hurling b=torc a large crowd .it the !Rcute '2 diamond. West al'owed 12 bingles but struc!: out seven. iBarger was en the tjmJ for Ccotcr. iilloivi/lij 10 hit.^ r.nd fanning "three. Nimibcr Nine's O'Kanc led his team Lo a 7-3 win over Armorel as •flip losers started hot when Orady Cisco :.;ot. a circuiL clout in the opening frame. The same ended in -the Cast of the ninth, -however, and wasn't finishr-i despite the litl'e lime re- jnaininsr. The dispute eiideil I he lit! involved a decision as to ether a ball snugged by a Nurn- Iber 'Nine tickler was scooped or Yarbro-Huffn-an ?ame 0 i ciiiick end in the third when 1 v.irbro runner was hit by a Iknccked ball and called out. Htiff- irin was nhend 2-0 when the tlis- '.vc orc'.^e. Mesrt's iBhl-hcvi'lc Timers down- led Lute-; 6-2 on the losers' di.i- ui:ml as catcher Burl Wilson mov- to the mound to relieve EUis in the. fourth and get credit for the win. Hicks started but retired with a sore ami i n the second R. Lutes, J. H. Lutes, John MacAffee and -Sonny Ledbeiter-.hurled for the host nine. Monette Golfer NewStateChamp Arkansas Amateurs Elect Officers, Pick Fort Smith for 1948 'HOT SPRINGS. Ark., July 31.-<UP> — Johnny liusirk. Jr.. 29-year- o'd coilon sinner from MoneUo. 'tcdny holds the Arkansas amateur- t'0lf» championship following his' victory over Vincent Allfcon -here I veflerday. misii-k defeated the Fort Fmith veler.\n one m> hi Ihe final m-ilch. linrller in .the day Allison do- Icaled the dcfendinjj rlmmuionj Richard iBubbal Stiv.iit of Pine Bluff. G and 5. HiKick had moved j into the linn] encounter with n I cue up win over ir.cdffist Jack I Matin of Hot SprinpK. I Neither of the finalists equalled the club's pir Ti yesterday n!-j i though boll, ha r i been consistent I Iv mirier ]:f.v -in earlier remit!.;.I Uusick was (wo over will) 74 and All:*cn s-h; t a three-over, 75. Bn-ick, (lie new si-He ch:nn|). W" born in Memphis till moved i In Crniphrad Coiinlv when a your old where his father entered Uie colton K'inninu Inirincss lie grotl- ualcd :from Uie University of Illinois in 1941 <ifler aiding that schcci' \viu the Bi;j 10 confei-enec Eir']er in the in-ilrh he dc- ftatcti Charles Woortard. Msvjnolia. fl>i;| Pete Pli-miiiK of Hot Springs {o .move nn in -the state tourney. Olfii-crs Klrctcil The 19411 [imateur tournament will I)" held in Port Smith, the original s-ilc of Ihe 1017 nice.'.. The tr:ur- nev wjs moved to Hot -Sprir.qs ibis year after the club home at Ihc Fort Smith club was destroyed by fire. In other ticticn yesterday the .'rkansas Gtff Association elected Gordon .pen-in ol E\ Dorado us l.resider.t and derided to attempt, to revive the A'kin;as cuen. He succeeds E.'-B. GJC of Ijlytheville, Pen-in sairi he would call a m«et- in« of AGA directors scon to talk I over plans for rein-statin/; tlie open tournament in order to provide s'liue action for the -.talc's twos. Clr.ude Wn-d. Jr., of Port Smith was riec'.ed AGA vice president and Vincent AVison. .''so or Fort P-'llith. v../, «re-eie?led secrclnry- trertsnrer. Four Illvthcville Golfers Iteturn Semi-finals plav in the niyth'c-- ville Country club's membership tournament scheduled for yesterday was postponed because of the slate golf nieel at Hot Springs. Pro Wendell Eaton said today The club 'tourney .vill be resumed this week and play in the championship flight is scheduled for Sunday, he said. . Four Dlylheville ilnksm— -- ' 'Y' Schedules Activities For the Week The Ic-.igue-le.ullns Sam Johns Smokehouse bo.vs in (he "Y" Soil- ball loop will' meet tlie 'Phillips Motor crew in the feature ijamc of MID week Thursday niuht. it win anncuiK-ed tcd.i.v by "Y" officl:vls. .'rlirt; other gr.mi's arc scheduled. Tlic^ salibu Wliolesileui are to lansle with the L'jy Eirli Chevro'ot team in the first (jauic tomorroiv niuhl. and ilie Ark-Mo Kllowatturs, who have gained a legation 'fos- knocking off leading teams while occupying a cellar, or nciir-cellar position in (he slumlinps, will la; 1 - klc the Hays store outfit, In the iii-il yame Thursdiiv niiiln, Owens nniasisl.s will lock hoir.s with Charley's EicclrU'ln H'iio play softbill for rerrentlcn. Ot|ici "y nriji'itifts schedule for Hie week include, the Day Camp in W.ilker Park in chaw'of Miss 'llai'b.ira Cullison from «:30 to I1:3Q n in. each morning, nnd the new plamound at 'Division and Walnut streets where Miss Shirley Bin-ham is in charge from 1:30 la 5:30 p.m. dii'v. A Softball name for boys is scheduled for 3 p.m. Tuesday mid Thursdav. nnd ulrls' panics for the KUIIIO hour Friday at ihc playground on Division. TCierc will be archery instruction nnd pnictice at the'new pl.iy- urcund on Wednesday and Friday aflerncons Mtartint; at 2 p m. The H:IIV? ic-.m in the City HaN will In- open dnilv from 0:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.. .:nd the tennis corn-is in Walker Park wi;i b; cn?n ea-ii (lav. Bears Lick Pels To Stretch Lead 'Noogans Edge Vols Twice; Chicks Win Two from Little Rock PAGE FIV% Williams' Batting Is Last Hope For Red Sox in Title Defense By I'OKNr.l.HI.S ItVAN (Drilled I'rcss .Sports Writer) NEW Y011K. July HI. (inn ... Boston's lied Sox. upparrntly cn- KnKcd In n lostnt: cause us they defend Iliolv AnicrUiiin Leimue title, hail one last hope todnv — "Tome Ted" Williams had beco:m: "Terrible TIM!" aunin The llmplni; champion* were la 1 .behind the Now York Ymi- cu J»V WAUIIKN XV. SCIIWKK I 111 [,•,! |.,ess Sl , ljr( ,. Wrlu>r| A-IL,VNTA. o.,. j lfy 21. (UP)Motile biXiMtMl a ever the Held Now Orleans n t ( , were |-jokin,; over llum' shoulders at thrc ;;i-nm,, Chattanooga, luck in thii-d sp<,! fullenvliiR a dou.-.lf .win over Nashville. I vvll() (li'ovn defenses lop-sldcd Thc Souihrrn Association Lvul- ymt '- '» "if °n a hitting spree. ' Ted, who plav.s bull only Ixvuusi ••>-. Jify 21. (UP)- j, n| "- i ,: ^ir^'IM!! '*™. Wi»Moi|ii;v,;-ei»iriT double loss to Ihe cellar' St. l.oi'il.; Hixnvns. but there Mill wns a faint i'«y of hope. Willliuns. the man BASEBALL STANDINGS Ulythcvillc fit •> Manila . Cooler I.utes ynrbro . ... lilytheville . Little River . Number Nino Huffman Armorel \v. SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Mobile Nesv Orleans Nashville . Chatlanoo!»a Atlanta . ., Birmingham Memphis . . Little Rock 50 ' M SO 4!) 42 31! Pet. .833 .818 .750 /?27 .IT0.1 .515 .:KH .250 .ont .Wi Pet .034 .r>9« .505 .519 .500 .•171 .-I2Q .340 Canny, Welch Renew Feud \ln Mat Arena Don Keene, a 200-pound grnp- pler and a younger brother to Clinrley Kcene. will team with Joe Welch in tonight's tag, feature of the weekly American Legion wrestling show at the Arena here, a- gninst Bill Canny and Buck Lipscomb. Tonight's appearance will be Don's first before a Blytheville crowd. He is rated by grappler.s as a top rate wrestler. He is reported as being very fast and tough. He has mastered both the nrt of fair play and rough and tumble grappling. Promoter Mike Meroncy must, consider the newcomer as a pretty I fair character, for he is billed with three of the matchmaker's' best performers Welch nnd Canny have been big drawing cards for Meroncy for many years and Lipscomb who made his initial appearance here several weeks ago has proven himself as a very capable man. Highlighting tonight's program will be the preliminary squabble between Canny and Welch. These two grapplers have nursed a grudge for a number of years and that ill-feeling was renewed last week when Canny and Lipscomb defeated Welch nnd Ace Freeman. They will square ofr in Uie first prelim bout. Lipscomb and Keene will display their talents in the other one-fall preliminary mntch. Bell time is 8:15. NATIONAL LKJMiCE W. LL Brooklyn r, j ^ New York .|r, 3fi Boston ^(j St. Louis 'Cincinnati . Philadelphia - n Pittsburgh . son one up; and E. D. Gee |f!efeaicil by Roy Wood •? and a. I Ward Wins Western Got I \Titlc; Seeks 2 Others DFS MOINES. la.. July 21. (UP) --Marian (Bud) Ward, the 34- je.-ir-cid Spokane, Wash., star whu ""•'kc'i Ihe "impossible" in golf look casv, loday ret himself the tasK of doing ivh.-il no other golf-'i- has done before him. 38 •n -i-t 4S BO Sfl New York . Detroit . .. Boston . .. Philadelphia Cleveland . Chicago . . Washington St. Louis .. AMERICAN LEAGUE •W. L- 31 Pet. .580 .556 .54H .523 .4811 '.471 .419 .412 Pet. ,B70 .5GG .529 .488 .481 .448 .434 .373 thiilkr. ;i-|,2 K aincs C ! i[ DJUIH-I- U1U | cieoi-st! ifhfltxi'.ii) Elmba connected tor eii-cull cliiiit ; inr Hie winners. Tom Runkel wjs ihiiiiod with Hie setback. Chattunco^si's impressive sweep of a <!iiil)li>).r.Hlei' -,!t Nu.s-livilte. 1 to 0 nnd 2 lo I. moved -the 'NOOJ.M u'hlcliY, b.\rk intii third by a hall mime. Luther KUUIT. former but lenRiic knuckieballer. and Gil Co,l an. who e'ouii'd -., ninth-frame lioirer. wcr- thc j.tars of the 'opener in whirii Kncrr topped Vol acc~Ben Wade In a spai-kllni; hurl- ins! duel. There u:v, nolliini; weak about the Lookoi;; iiiichinit in thc second KuiiaKcmcnt. either, ns younn Ffal Toenes shackled Ihe he.w.v- .'.lickiiiK fiuliibur Hell Klmtcers on Kix safrlics. The lcm> Nashville ecii'iter i-CMilit-d from Roy Easter- .wood's tonr-b.i^Hcr. Heavy lOibiins by Atlanta enabled thc Crack(M-s lo wrest a tvM'nblll from iHirminghain '.in; move \u> ito within a half same of thc fom-tb-.'.pol Vol3. Ted O:e- Fl'ik and l))bi' Ellis authored ovcv- Ihe-fence blows in the opener to. rp'ii'k the invaders to an 8 to •! i win beh.ind big Uarney Cook. A roin'-run vphir^e by Ihe Crax in the second fr.iiue of the nUrhl- eap piovide ( | Dcwcy -Adklns with the momentum [or a fi lo I conquest over the liarims 1 Alex nonay. A poll- of b:i*ebaV okltimers. Kay irnrreli and'^ "Ij-on Man" Ve- verlui. Epirked Memphis to a pniv of Iriuinphs at Little Rock. 3 lo 1 nnd 7 to 1. Ilarrell doled ont seven safeties to the Travellers In the upcu'er, while Vevcrka, back with thCj^Ohicks tor a two-week relaru engagement. flipne<l five-'hit. balftn the '*fterpiere. George Bradley |:ol- cd u .fciir-mnster for .the winners in tfic second tilt. scries are resumed tonight. tor-five nml three-foi--ihrci> _ and batted in seven runs. If one man's .superlative hittlnt- can set a team on fire, Willliuns may be able lo do ||. for the Sox. a notoriously good home loam, haw » long home stand Mnrtini; ioinr».-- rnw "KKlnsl Clileniin. And th c S.)x wl " llnv( ' to 'X' K 0 "' 1 ffni now on -or forget their championship. Williams, who onci' was down lo .291. now is fourth In the leu«n,- with 321. and his spurt has Inspired others, notably Ham Mele. who made ei«ht hits in 17 tries -it SI. Louis. "lit iionelheless Ihe llrownlns <li-ou|»> ( | (lie Hosnx twice yeslerdav. 4 to 3 and 7 to G. in the'nlRhiciip, Wally Judnlch hit a l-.vo-rim homeland .Jeff Heath 11 three-run homer, but the winning am wns singled' home by neuro Henry Thompson. IMrnll Dnn'iis Vanlis [Detroit defeated (he Yankees twice, •! lo 1 and 12 lo II, to Ihe New Yorkers' lead to O'.l (jnmSn. Mill Ne^lioiisc,- pitched a three-, hitler in n,,- opi'iier, nnd was backed by a ID-hit attack. The nlfjlitcop' was a wild ii-inning affair, hlgii- llRhtrd by seven yank runs In the I sixth liming and a Tiger rally for •- lour runs in Hie ninth as Hoy Cullenbine hit a Mirer-run homer. In the nth, i, walk was followed by Hildlr Mayo'.s- ciiine-winning doiiblj. Wushlniiton anil Cleveland spUt. Mickey Haefner beat Dob Peller MI thc oiiener. i („ o. as Stan Spcnc-- tripled Inline t| H , ,-un. Cleveland won I hi- second name, U lo 1. behind MCI Hauler's .six-hit pitching. Kd llockniiin baited In four runs with a .single and triple. It was a .split at Chicago, too. for the White Hox won the llrsl. ti to 5, as Tad Wright hit a homer, double and single to bat In thp'e runs, and Ihe Athletics won the nii!lilc«p. 7 lo -1, with a well-balanced nine-hit attack. DndCiTs Wlil|i Cards livi'nls In the National I.ea^uo were .still uncertain loday. The OoilKci-s whipped the St. Loiil.s Cards. :i m -j. w un „ three-run ninth-InuliiK riilly, hut the CJnitls prolesli-d I ho ( -aine. In the lop of the nlnlh ifon Norihey hit the ball off the lop of the wall, and claimed umpire Heans IJcurdon gnvc him the home run slid) as he circled the bases, Norihey .slowed down and was tainted nut nl the pluto. Ill I he- lust nr the ninth llrooklyn raced IhrouKh four card pitchers for two doubles and two singles, the last by pinch-little,- Ed Mlksls. Pcewce came home with the wlnnlni; run after sii;llni;, steallnt' second mid laklnit tlilni on ,loc Oaranlohi's bad throw. Uvcll lilai-l-.well won his 15th beat Ihe New York Giants, -I to I, slralRhl as Ihc Cincinnati Iteds but the Glanls took the second gnme, 9 to 0 Blackv.el) allowed *e| ven hits as.he took his. 17th, vi(| tory against two losses. Babe YotitiJ land l?ny Lamanno lionierecl to give j him butting .support Bob Thornton hit two homcis for New Yoikfln Ihu nightcap UK Clint Hartung Jot the pllc-lilng vlelory. *-• Pittsburgh battered Boston's Braves, 9 to 1, with a JO-liit iitl^ck. Wnrren Spahn, who started .t)ic game with a scoreless stvcak.-or 25 innings, was the loser. Jim Bloodworth led the Bucs with four hits. Chicago humbled the,. Philips twice, -1 to 2 and 2 lo 1. The Cubs have won 12 of 13 games from Ins Junkers. Yesterday's Star: — Hjil Ne;y- hoiisci-, who stopped the Yankees on three lilts and faced only 28 men In v, Inning for Detroit. Salt Lake City next month to |Jl>ce beside -it. ]J1 71.IT IJt^>J(lU 'H. ; Attcr that he will start sharpen- Init up for Hie National Amateur, which ihe won twice before tln« war, at Pebb.'e Beach, Cal., Sent 8-H. Ward proved he wn.s capal/e of performing the apparently impossible, yesterday when he singed or.o of -the most cour.igcous comc- biiDks in golfing historv to beet, defending champion Frank Slran- »h:>n, of Toledo. O.. in tlie 36-hole Western Amateur finals. Cops Western Net Title CHtOAGO. July 21. (UPI — Gardner I.i.rned held the Western O;:cn men's singles crown icday afler dcfEatins; top-scedcrl Seymour Grecnben; of Chicago 2-6, G-3. G-l. " ' The national Intercollegiate champ from William and Miry College was seeded No. 2 beliiirl Gieenber;; in prc-tourney rankings. Yesterday's Results lilyllioville lit. Twn 5. Cooler 4 Number Nine 7. Armorel :i (halted in ninth*, niytheville o. Lutes 2. Huffman 2. Yarbro 0 J3 inniiiRsi Manila 14, Little River a. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 3-7. Little Rock first game 10 innings. Atlanta H-C, BinniiiBham 4-1 Chntlanooga 1-2. Nashville 0- Mobile II. New Orleans 1 1-2, NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati -i-G. New York 1-9 Chicago- 4-2. Philadelphia 2-'l Brooklyn 3, St. Lmils 2. Pittsburgh 9, Boston 1. AMERICAN LEAOtTB Chicago e-4. Philadelphia 5-7 St. Louis 4-7, Uoston 3-G Detroit 4-12. Nev York 1-11, second game n innings. Washington I-I, Cleveland 0-G. Time Today "In Stallion Road Al( National Public Links 'Meet Gets Underway MINNEAPOLIS. July 21. (UP> — The nation's municipal course! golfers opened their annual bis-ti'-v show on jYIendowbrook's rolling ftiir- wa.v.s today as Ihe sectional representatives teed off In the chase to.' thc Niitional Public Links tille. Piiyorlles were a dime a dozen for the championship won at Denver last year by Smiles Quick of IJK Anaeles who did not return to the 1947 tournament. In practice round. H. P. Childless of Memphis. Tennessee amateur chnmpion. turned in thc best score or nil prc-tourney play, matching Uie course record of 09. with his par-savins stroke on the touch back nine yesterday. Itimald KCKSIII, Alnxls Alsn Rlnirt Subjects Tuesday 'Little Miss Broadway DUEL IN THE SUN" By the time 14.800 A. D. 'arrives. Uie stars will have changed In position mm thc brilliant Vega ,vlll be our poliir star. Although June 21st is the long- •st day of the year, we have our earliest sunrise about June 14th. WEDDINGS- RECEPTIONS'^ PARTY '- 'U IE GLAD TO TELL YOU WHAT WINES YOU HEED AND HOW TO SERVE THEM Foster's Liquor Stores ,, llniiulway 107 w. Mai ,,, lone 2| New Theater Manila's Finest 8how» KVKKT NHJIIT Matinee Baturtlay & Sunday. B«i Open. Week «»„ 7 :0 fl p .h». B- p.,,,. Cont Bho ^ ln Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Niuht games: Memphis at Little rjock. Atlanta at Birmingham. Cluittanoogn at, Nashville. New Orleans at Mobile. NATIONAL LEAdtTK Cincinnati at Urooklyn, two. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, ni|;ht. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE No caines scheduled. \Vc check coinprcssinn, tiinint;, fuel-air ratio ami a ilo/.cn other things. Then we check anil adjust ignition, carhurcior iilling speed, mixture and all else that needs uiicntion. Then your engine delivers top performance on minimum fuel. . . . We're truck service specialists—specialists in high-stnndard International Truck Service. We use precision-engineered International I'arts. We're at your service for a single engine tune up—any make of truck—or a complete preventive maintenance program. Phone us now, and let us help you gel the lowest possible cost per ton.- mile for your trucks. * DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd Phone 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! deserved Seats or. Sale at the Legion Arena from G p. m. Every Monday n . . , ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15c Monday, July 21st < T « included) BOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB versus DON McKEE and JOE WELCH ALSO 2 I-FALL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Buck Lipscomb | Bill Canny *»• I v« Don Keene I Joe Welch Neat Catch Audrey Hanlan mokes sure | she calchcs something when I she costs for Rainbow or Dolly ' Vardon trout in Snaring River, Jospcr National Park, Alberta, even if she has to hook herself. Fisk Tires Wrecker Service Gulf Gas Make Allowance for the Hitch in Your Plans I'aslc our plioiie numlier (-12?) on ydiir ilasJilioiird for cmcnj'jncv service We're n .call at all times to rest-no yon IVom accidents w'hoi-iivor Diny may occiir. It will pay you to keo]> US in mind! Bluthevillc Motor Co DodAe, Plymouth , 217 5.SECOND STREET PHONE Owned ond Operated by Tom A. Little Jr. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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