WEDNESDAY, JTJLT », 1994. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWi PAGE THIRTEEN OUR BOARDING HOUSE — with Major Hoopl* Williami EH, HOW* THAT ?— OH, HIS MA WOM.T 13ET «iOU SOLVE THIS CRIME *j TJMOfX IT POWN TO , EH? W6UL, AREWT -KX) AFRAIP WELL.ITHIWK >OU CXJ-SHTA INVESTIGATE THEM IF THEY THINK. A COUPLE Of= PEANUTS COULO CARRY APEAO C / ^\v Co/we ON, \ THATS REAL SURE/ DONT FILL UP OKA LOT OF JUNKC/ WASTiNl<3 HERE/ THE PLACE/ \A/HAT5 HAPPENED V TO . 195* by NEA Sirvie*. "That must be a lovely couple you work for across th* street —but i suppose they have their quarrels just like the rest of us, don't they?" 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Main—Phone 3-4404 XX n^O make a long story short, lor •*• the next half hour Lopez treated me to about every hold there is in the Frank Gotch wrestling book I have at home, and some that aren't in it. I stuck to the defensive, mainly because there was nothing else I could do. I kept being a sucker for the ihalf-nelson-and-crotch combination, and it made me mad, until I suddenly realized it was because 'Lopez was cross-eyed and when •I protected where I thought he was looking, he was going for isomewhere else. Instead of watching his eyes, jwhich had fooled me, I watched Ihis feet, so when he went into i-what was to be another half (nelson and crotch, with a body ifilam, I got in what had been my Strategy from the beginning. I .applied a forward chancery, i-which after trying to put one on (Milo all those months, only to lhave it slip "off, worked like a idream against those flowered •ears that wouldn't let anything [past them. He couldn't get out and he wouldn't get to the edge of the mat, either, as I was keeping him ,on his feet and only twisting his rhead so that if I kept up his ;spinal column would have to •come apart. Once and a while you get a real good hold that makes you feel good, if you know what I mean, and I had it. Figure for yourself, the only hold I had really been able to put on in the whole match, this was one that I could really apply and I did. I felt a tap on the shoulder, but if you think I was going to let that hold go you are more nuts than the referee, who begqn trying to pry me loose. I couldn't understand what had happened, and all those people yelling themselves coarse didn't help either. At firsi I thought that Lopez had conceded, but when I did leave go, he started lo go around the ring, pleading with the referee, who kept shaking his head, and with the audience, who just booed him. He looked so earnest I wondered if I had done something like putting on a strangle hold, which is strictly not good sportsmanship, although it has been gotten away with on numerable occasions. * » « NYWAYj it came out that the •^ referee gave me the bout on *a foul, which I didn't want, as that chancery was applied so it would stay applied. Lopez didn't want it either, and kept appealing to the crowd, which booed i louder than ever. He slipped under the ropes just ahead of me, looking at everybody as if he hated them as much as they did him, but when we got back to the dressing room, he was as friendly as before. I tried to apologize for the referee saying he had fouled when he hadn't, but he said, "Think nothing of it Benny threw the high sign when he saw you had me." <r What did he do that for?" "Buildup, kid," he says. "Winning on a foul ain't decisive, so the fans will be arguing whether you could really throw me or not. Next time we wrestle, Benny is sure of a packed house." I explained that this was strictly my last match. "It will make Benny very angry," he said. "You should easy get a hundred and a quarter out of him for a return bout He'll feature it as a grudge match, with me out to tear you to pieces." Milo came in and bust out. the way he always did. "Lopez, you, why you no Ih'ow Fed right away?" "Being t strictly club performer, I like to give the cash customers a show. Besides, I underestimated your kid," Lopez said, not in a bragging way or anything. The fellows for the rassle royal came in. They all seemed to know Lopez and like him, but they called him Frank and J realized that Pancho was an alias. One of them said, 'T don't see why Benny decided on molasses,"' and Milo said, "I know, is to keep from slipping," which made the other fellows laugh and establish Milo as a kind of a card. I left to take Milo's seat by Dawn O'Day. Benny Lefkoe was already in it, but the guy next to him made his seat suddenly empty and I realized that maybe there was more paper—unpaid-for seats— than I had thought. I no more than sat down before Benny says, "I never thought you could do it. Pancho's flowered ears have been inviting groan-and-grunt- ers for a long time. It's his stock in trade, you might say— and that off eye of his'n." "I would of preferred to win on a fall to a foul," I said sternly, "especially as that was my last mat engagement." "But you are already booked," he practically screamed, and I had to explain again about my promise to Betty Jane Blane. While I was telling him, some fellows lugged a barrel through the ropes and opened the bung. You can't imagine how much molasses ran out of it. All around, people were snickering while they thought of how a lot of big guys would look trying to wrestle in it • * * HPHE first guy in the ring slipped •*• and fell, disproving what Dawn O'Day had said, and as Milo was tagging along in the rear and saw it all, I could have crawled under my chair, the way we had deceived him — out of well meaning, of course. As each wrestler climbed through th* ropes and sloshed around, the crowd would laugh, but when Milo climbed through, they really split their sides. Even the other wrestlers couldn't help laughing as he stood there, looking so sad. Dawn O'Day and I were the only ones in the whole ! place that weren't practically i hysterical, t (T* Be Continue*) Authorized Frigidaire Service Household & Commercial AIR CONDITIONING Adams Appliance Co. Phone 2-2071 PAINTING And RE - MODELING Interior and Exterior All kinds of floor work—Tile, Plastic Tile, Bathroom Tile General Contracting Extra Rooms, Car Ports, Breexe- ways. 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