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SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1990 BLYTHEVIU.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE nvi Bob Lemon Chalks Up No As Cleveland Begins to Roll By JACK HAND (Associated Press Sports WriUr) the way. Cleveland is coming strong with Bob Lemon, top pitcher in the majors, showing Good pitch, good lilt. That's the story of Lemon, high man on the Tribe totem pole. Success of the Indians' mid-sum-* mer pennant drive hinges on rapid Robert, the second. No longer Is Bobby Feller the key man with (he tribe. When Lemon works. Manager Lou Houdreflu feels he has 10 men on his side. The former infietder is an extra man on defense, one of the best (ieWmE Pitchers In tt"> game. At bat. he's a dangerous long djstr.jiui slugger with a . .278 average, three l\ome runs and U runs batted in. Years ago they decided Lemon couldn't hit enough to make the majors as an infielder or outfielder But Tommy Byrne will carry the bruise's of the three-run hpmei lie hjt lust night for the rest o the season. It was the 18th of Ihe Yankee lefty. Kirs', to Win 13 Lemon became the first majo league to win 13 games this sen son with a neat three-hit job a gainst the New York Yankees las night. The three-run homer in th t th was just an added frill. II 't need it. >ming at the start of Cleveland' all-Important third eastern trip, v,-as a vital 5-1 Vfin for the Tribe They trail Detroit by five game but now are only a half game be hind the second" place Yanks. Sine the Indians hit their stride Jim 14, they have won 22 of 30. All Lemon has copped six of seve the last five In a row. Detroit took advantage of tl Yankee loss to stretch its lead 4U. games on Freddie Hutchlnson 2-0 job against Washington. It wa. the Tigers' seventh straight win at Griffith Stadium against a club Oliver , Harrison Take Lead n Inverness Four-Ball Meet lords Await y/ord on Stan And Brecheen Sports Roundup HUGH FULLUTON JU- - + BPTS OLIVRR, Harrison 2-2* By FRITZ HOWKU, TOLEDO, Ohio, July 15. (/!>) — Standings In the 13th Inverness $15,000 four-ball rnatches-^tightest, in the best-ball eyeiU's history — vere due for a jumbling today as ST. LOUIS. July 15. W) — The jennant-driying and inJMr St. Louis Cardinals worried, today ibout the condition of two of ttleir stars — Stan Musinl and Harry Brecheen. Bnth were retired from last night's lame with the Philadelphia Phillies Musial with a wrenched left knee and Brecheen witii a sore pitching arm. ' Musial left the contest In tht seventh inning after he had slippcc in loose dirt while running to firs base. It's the same knee Ihst side lined him for four days earlier it the season. Stan said afterward (t wasn't serious and he believed he'd be able to play in the rubber gajne with Philadelphia today. But that was before the team physician had examined him, The doctor's verdict hasn't been announced. Brecheen left the ^ame in the fourth inning after giving up six NEW YORK, July 15. (/H—The first "HaH of Fame" football game' will be Brown vs. Rutgers next fall, I to be played at New Brunswick, j N.J., Just a few miles from the spot where the whole business start-' cd. . . . They've agreed (o cut lhe| newly-orfiantzccl hall m for some of the "take" and houo to encourage other colleges U> do the sntne. The week before the game will be designated as "Now Jersey Football Week." \\hcn the high schools will t)o their shore. . . . Word froui New England is that Boston College and lioston U. 1 are getting some real competition for grid talent in lliat territory from (of all places!) Harvard. ... As of a week ago, the often-abused Ctibs farm system had wo of its 15 clubs In first place and nly fpnr below fourth. . . . AIHe SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. AUnnU 5G 32 .03(5 Birmingham 5^ 33 .621 Nashville 49 42 .538 Memphis ',. 47 41 .531 New Orleans Mobile Chattanooga Little Rock . 40 40 39 . 29 he high-ups met the low-downs At Ihe end of three of the seven match play rounds between the eight twosomes of top-flight professionals, four pairs boasted "plus" scores and four were "minus" for their efforts. Today's stale. thoueh arranged long before the. tourney opened, pits a "minus" against a "plus" in every Instance in today's pair of combats. Under the Inverness scoring tern a team gets a plus for epnh hole it finishes ahead of n foe through 18 holes, and the loser gets a similar minus. Scores are carrier over. Pudgy Porky Oliver of Scattic and slow-talking Dutch Harrison o Little Rock, Ark., were out fron with a plus three at the end three rounds, but jnst a point be hind-were the Sam Snead-Jim Per rlcr and Lloyd Mangrum-Cary Middlecoff combinations, the latter the hottest thing in the tourney. Mniiffrum, Mlddlecoff Hot Lloyd and Cary ripped 19 strokes off par in yesterday's 36-l>o|e jaunt but picked up only six points. They NATIONAL 1XAGUB W L Philadelphia 45 30 Si. I/nils 44 31 Boston 43 33 Brooklyn 3j» 33 New York 55 40 Chicago SI 39 Cincinnati 30 45 Pittsburgh 87 47 Stolz, former lightweight boxer. I Yon a New .Jersey advertising Men's golf tournament the other day. AMERICAN hits. He said hLs arm soreness nmy| whipped Jimmy Demaret nnd Jack they have trouble beating at home. Hutchlnson allowed" only one runner to reach third base and walked none In pi telling his 10th victory. Thft run-happy Boston Red Sox came up with their second 11-run Inning of the season while overwhelming Chicago, 13-1. Ellis Kinder's five=hitter w^s his 13th straight over the "white Sox and his seventh vf\n. Card* Win *-» St. Ixmis and Philadelphia remained In a last-place tie by splitting a twilight doubleheader. The Browns' reliever Clarence Marshall gave Philadelphia the first game, 8-2, when he walked Sam Chapman on a 3-2 count with the bases jjl In the ninth. Homers by Roy svers, Owen Friend and Don Len^ carried the Brownies to a 5-2 second game win. The Cardinals tightened the National League race, drawing within one game of Philadelphia with a 4-2 victory over the Phils. Tt may have been a costly win for St. Louts because Stan Musial left the game with a wrenched knee and pitcher Harry Brecheen retired with a sore left arm. Bin Howerton was the big gun of the Card attack that ruined "Robin Roberts Night" for the young Phil pitcher. Fans from his home town of Springfield, III., gave him R wrist watch before the game. Then the Cards gave him the works. It was the fourth loss to 10 wins for the all-star game starter, Howerton drove in three runs with a homer and two singles, breaking a 2-2 tie in the sixth with his homerun. IVMlgers Blank Cute 1-0 Erv palica, a refugee from the Dodger bullpen, pitched his second straight five-hit win for Brooklyn to shutout Chicago, 1-0. Not a Cub reached second base until Andy Pafko doubled in the ninth. It was only the second start for 22-year- old Palica after 21 relic! jobs. The Brooks scored their only run In.the seventh. Billy Cox walked and took, third on Gene Hermanski's single. Dube Snider grounded to Phil Cavarretta who elected to try> for the double play instead of throwing for the plate. He missed and Cox scored the run that beat Bob Rush. Rookie catcher Del Crandalt, get- kting a second glance because of ^Walker Cooper's ankle injury, drove In four runs with a homer nnd double In Boston's 6-4 edge over Cincinnati. Ralph Kiner socked li i s 2nth homer, a double and triple but his Pittsburgh club lost to New York, 7-5. The Giants scored all seven runs in the first inning to snap the Pirates' three-game win streak. be a result of favoring his left little finger, fractured when struck by balted-ball in New York June 20. "The Cat" said the arm has been bothering him in His last two gnmes. It Is" not known whether be will have to miss a turn on the mound. St. Louis is one game out of first place, behind Philadelphia. Phils to Lose Curt Simmons For 2 Weeks PHILADELPHIA, July 15. (AP) — Curt Simmons, the $55,000 bonus pitcher who made good, won't be around to help the Philadelphia Phillies in their pennant'drive during the first two weeks of August.. Instead of taking his turn on the pitching mound, young Curt will be on duty with the 108th Field Artillery Batalion of the. 28th Division at Indiantowri Gap, Pa., from July 29 to August 12. It's a two-week tour of National Guard duly Clirt has been serving for the past three years, but this will mark the first time Simmons will be lost U> the club during a pennant fight. The Phils now are one game ahead of the St. Lnuls Cardinals and Simmoas, a 21-year-old lett- haiidcr from Egypt, Pa., leads the team's pitchers In victories with 11 and In .strikeouts. During Simmons' absence, the Phils likely will elevate rookie Emory (Bubba) Church, a right- hander, to a starting role along with regular starters Robin Roberts, Bob Miller, Russ Meyer and Ken Hnintzelman. While Simmons is off soldiering for two weeks, the Phils will play 17 games, all at home, entertaining each National League club except the Boston Braves. Burke, four up. with a blistering 62 (par is 71) and came right back for a fit to take hvo points from Chick Harbert and Bob Hamilton. In the birdie battle—the team which gets the most birds also gets an added $250—Mangrnm and Mlri- <Ilccoff pace the pack with 23. Lloyd Snaring 12 and Cary 11. They are two ahead of Harrison and Oliver. Most surprising team in the fray is that pair of North Carolina stalwarts. Clayton Hcafner and Johnny Palmer. Although Heafner has contributed only three birdies In 54 holes, the twosome is still in the thick of the fight, four points off the pace. They could pick those up with a two-up victory over the leaders. At the end of three rounds, with four to go, here's how they stand: Third round results: Demaret-Burk (64) one tip over Harrison-Oliver (65). t Snead-Ferrler (G5) even with Ransom-Alexander f66). Haas-Hawkins (66) even with Heafner-Palmer (06). Mangrum-Middlccoff (61) two up over Harbert-Hamilton (04). The standings: Harrison-Oliver plus 3. Snead- Ferrier plus 2. Mangrum-Middlecoff plus 2, Haas-Hawkins plus 1, Heafner-Patmer minus 1, Harbert-Hamilton minus 1, Ransom-Alexander minus 2, Demaret-Burke minus 4. Quote, Unquote Larry Jan.sen, reviewing hjs all- star pitching performance-: "I never wouhl have thought of throwing in- sjtie fast balls to Joe DlMngglo. but CamiinneUa ordered them and I thve\v them, I guess DiMagQ^P doesn't pet around rn those fi'st in- sWe pitches as well as he used to." Shorts and Shells Despite the Phillies' threat to 1 move their Utica, N.Y., farm; U attendance doesn't pick up, Eastern Leaguers aren't expecting any drastic move. They just ask,- "Where to?". . , . And Tommy Richardson, | E- L. Prexv. has another question: "V/rmt difference does it make 1 whether a team Is first or last as long as they put on a good exhibi-j lion of baseball?" That's an old showman's viewpoint. . . . Texas. which gncs for big things, is expecting 1500 football coaches at the Austin "school" July 31-Aug. 4. But the top teachers will be Biggie Munn from Michigan State and Bud Wilkinson from Oklahoma. . . . Ted WilHiuns figures his longest hit was one that sailed out of the park in San Diego, landed in a freight trj>m and wound up in Los Angeles, 165 miles away. Detroit . .. New York , . Cleveland . . Boston Washington Chicago . Philadelphia St. Louis . . LEAGUE W L ....61 26 47 31 .,..47 32 ....44 35 ....35 43 ....34 47 28 28 .430 .449 .42A .337 Pei. .600 .687 .613 .643 .W .ten .400 .365 Pol. .602 .003 .695 .557 .4-19 .420 .350 .359 Manila Beats Truman 2 - 0 in District Tourney Play; Stanford Wins Forfeit Manila's host Jaycces moved Into the second roniid of the District Three National Raschall Congress semi-pro tournament in Manila lust night by shulling out Trumann 2-0. ' • * H was the only game played In llic ..-..-. Travelers and Barons Set Hot Pace in Southern Association Yesterday's Results Southern AsioclatioB Nashville 5-6, Atlanta 0,6. Mobile 2-6, Memphis 0-5 Uttte Rock 9, Now Orleans 4 Birmingham at Chattanooga, rain National League Brooklyn 1, Chicago 0 Boston C, Cincinnati 4 St. Louis 5. Philadelphia 2 New York 7, Pittsburgh 6 American Lraguc Boston 13, Chicago 1 Cleveland 5, New York 1 Detroit 2, Washington, 0 Philadelphia 3-2, St. Louis 2-5 Swltcheroo (News item: Ted Williams, M25,- 000 a year slugper, has bone chips removed from elbow) It's no joke to the gold-plated Red Sox Though it's easy to make some quins About chips being in Ted Williams While Ted is still in the chips. W'eak Rnd Notes State high school athletic associations still are debating acceptance of the new scholastic .rule which allows players on the defensive team to run with recovered fumbles. Minnesota already has rejected it. ... Tip from South Carolina says, "You'll never see better fullback material than Clcmson's Fred Cone.". . . . Sounds like Dial Cone is a double-decker. . . . North Carolina U. will cntertaui Southern Conference football coaches and writers at a one-day golf tournament and barbecue, Aug. 24, to celebrate the opening of the new university golf course. . . . Probably they'll be swinging mashies from a single-wing formation. Today's Games Southern A»sociatioD Memphis at Mobile, night Nashville at Birmingham, night Chattanooga at Atlanta, night Little Rock at New Orleans, night National Leacne Philadelphia at St. Louis Brooklyn at Chicago Dtkston at Cincinnati New York at Pittsburgh American Learn* Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston St. Louis at Philadelphia • By The Associated Tress The hottest teams In the Southern are Little Hock an<l Birmingham, Little Hock won its IQth game in 13 starts last nlnht over New Orleans 0-4. That 10-3 record is matched by Birmingham. In a dismal ninth Inning New Orleans fans snw Little Rock gel five runs. Hal Simpson led off for LIUle Rock and. was hit by a pitched ball. From then on the Travs were off with the ntll of opportune hitting and three New Orleans errors. The nlimlngham - Chattanooga game was postponed by rain, making two straight nlght.s caoh [cam has rested. Atlanta, because of Bob Sehult? and l|if> N"s\\vllle Vols, fai-rd the possibility nf iiPlng host to tlip Southern Association all-star game Tuesday night while ranking the league's second best team. Scluiltz whipped Atlanta twice last nlaht—s-o in Iho first KHI\K o! n doubleheader and 0-5 in the second game. Iho Crackers' lead lo r slim game and a half. Chicks f.ose Tviice Either Allarita must slmiRhte ChM'anooga in a scries bc[;lnnlni onlglit or Birminjihain must ral apse aiialnsl Nashville. One of Ml two Is needed to assure l!(o Crack ers of a good first nlace liiarcln a the ptay ball call tor the all-sin game. Atlanta wasn't Hie only team vis lied by double disaster. Memnhl also look two whippings and, fell t fourth place In Hie doing, Nnshvill moved into third as Memphis los to Mobile 2-0 and 0-5. Two of tli finest pitching jobs nf Ihc yea came 111 the flr.sl game—a Ihrec hitter by Mobile's Jim Romano nil a four-hitler by Memphis' Jii Clooclwln. Rpook .Jacobs of Mobi batted In the winning run In IV second game with n line single I tin ninth. The double win was the first fi the Bears In Mobile- and the sccor of the season at home or abroa Both of Mobile's two-victory da have been over Memphis. 'an/or Leg/on Meet Pairings Announced a good pitching j»r- First round pairings for the DIs- Icl Two A Division junior LcRion r\solmll tournament In O.sccola nly 25-'J8 were announced yestcr- iy by Joe Whltley, state Junior ^lon Baseball commissioner. Brackcls for the double climlnn- lon tournament were- drawn up his week wllli olRht teams from Mississippi, Cralfibead. Crittcndcii, 'olnspll iinil Olny Cliunltcs entered reams entered arc Hlythcvllle. Oseola, Caraway. Buy, Marlon-SVcsl ,!cu\phls, ficctor, IMgKOlt anil vlnrkecl Tree. Tlic lourniiiucnt Is scheduled to ;ot uiidcrwny on tho afternoon of Jlily 2S wltli nftcrnnon nnd nliillt sessions to bp held (Ifiily. The clinmplnnship ptinie \vl\l be played on Friday nlRht July 28. niytlicvlllc's Cotton rlekcrs nre inlred with Plrjgplt. In lliclr first round Knmc at 6:1S p.m. on the nnenlncr day. O.sceoln Is stated lo meel Marked Tree (11 Its (Irst game n p.m. on July 25. Other first round pulrlnus aro Bay vs. Cara\vny. nnd Mnrion-WR.-it Memphis vs. Hector. A total of 13 primes will bo played dnrlnR the four-day tournament with two losses necessary to cllm- Inalc a~ tcnm. The lourncy brnckct Is divided Into t\vo divisions, upper nnd lower, with !hfi winners o[ iha two brackets to meet In the finals. Thn afternoon sessions each day arc to start at 1H5 with the nlfihl sessions to he(;i" nt. n:-!5. However Mr. Whltlcy said that all teams have been roniitiRted to he presfiul at Oscenla's flaley Field nl 11 a.m on opening day. tourney last night. Stanford won by a forfeit over Jonesborp's Tigers who failed to »how up lor their scheduled gatrie. Ttie Jaycees ^ot four-hit pltehlhg from Bert Williams In blanklrig the Poinsett Countlnns. They scored Ihotr two runs early and then looked on as Williams completed ths contest with formance. Hy virtue of the win, the Jajceet will play ttic Number Nine pardln- als In the second quartcr-linal match Tuesday night. In the first jamc of the twl-nlght doubleheader Tiiesclny iilght Stanfprd Is scheduled to meet Light. ' No (iaiues .Moiiday The tournament was thrown another day behind schedule by the nnnouncGinent of A. A. (Pinky) Tlpton, district baseball commissioner, that no ^nines will be played Monday night. Monday hfghl's scheduled games were postponed \inlll Tuesday night, he said, due to conflict with a meeting of the Big Lake Boosters' Club. No games are to be played In the tournament tomorrow either, 'tomorrow was left as an open date in tourney play when the brackets yvero drawn up so as to let partlcipaiing teams play their regularly scheduled, Sunday Barnes. The |>ost|X»icment of "Monday night's gaincs will force the playing of the championship, contest pn Thursday night of next week In- tead of Tuesday as orlglnaily planr icd. Rain washed QUt gSW ^ed- lesdny night throwing action a day behind schedule and the postpone^ iient of Monday night's games will nit. it two days behind. Champion Leads Skeet Shooting Dirty Sox Slug Mead's Tigers The Courier News Dirty Sox defeated Mead's Tigers 9-4 In a Bay Window Softball League game at Little Park yesterday afternoon. Herb Childs worked for the Tigers and was nicked for 12 hits and George Clark pitched for the victors allowing but five hits. The victory gave the Soxcrs an MEMPHIS. Tenn., July 15. t/P>— Big guns In the Tennessee state skect shoot started to boom today as the sharpshooters shifted to 12-gagc firing. Small bore firing ended yesterday with the 20-gage event. And the shoot's climatic barrage comes tomorrow with the all-gage. Defending champion Gale Lawson of Cleveland, Tcnn., won the 20-g'nge yesterday with a score of 97 out of ICO "birds." E. M. King of Dyersburg, Tenn., was runnernp with 06. But foi]r out-of-state men—ineligible For the title—topped Lawson's score. High gun for the 20-gage was C. \V. Shilkett of Joplln, Mo., with a 99. Ninety-eight's were fired by Gene Wenz of Louisville. Ky.; Jack Rit- tlemyer of Turrell, Ark., arid W. M. Link of Jackson, Miss. Kennett Nine, Pacemakers To Play Here The Kennett Tigers, one of the eading softball teams of Southeast Missouri, invade Walker Park Monday night to meet Burnett Hudson's Pacemakers. The game is scheduled for 8:30. This will be the second meeting between the tvro teams and the Pacemakers will be out to even the score with the Mis-sourlatis. Last week, the Pacemakers were nosed out by the Tigers 3-2 in 11 Innings In a game played at Km- nett with Bud Hollingen outlasting Billy Denton. Denton anrf Hollingen will face each other again in Monday night's game. Hollingen, n veteran, is rated as one of the best softball pitchers in this area. Hollywood Continued from Page 4 fan mall and income tax woes. The Eiiided-lour boys point out her home in Japan the way they point out Pickfoir ami Ginger Rogers' swimming pool in Kollywood. "You do not need to take ofi show when you come to sen me r1 Shirley twinkled. "You Just go Into my bar and I make you Scotch. It'n democracy." She also knows Just how Betty; Hutton, Hedy Lnmnrr and Rhonda' Martinez, Hall To Face Lane And Roberts Charley Martinez, and Finis H^ll, who made their clebul here as a team two weeks nyo, return Monday night to take part tn Ihe tag match main event of the American legion's wrestling bouUs at Memorial Auditorium. Martinez and Hall will tentn against Bobby Lane and Red Roberts in the main event bout. Martinez, a Latin lefthander, made his first appearance before a BtythevtHe crowd on Promoter Mlkn Mcronty's Fourth of July special card. HLs showing in this match won him a return booking last week but he was defeated along with hLs partner Jack Moody. Roberts and Lane arc both veteran heavyweight and will have experience as their edge on Monday night's bout. Roberts is a returnee from litst week card on which he teamed with Al Getz. Two one-fall preliminary bouts arc nlso on the card. In the first, Robert,-; will meet Hall and in the BILL GODWIN SPORTING GOODS Scotl-Alwaler Outboard Motor—"the new motor wJ(h th« shift." A rfc a nsaa Traveler alu minam boats Jimmle "B" marint plyw»od ho a Is Bnrbctne tils—easy to M- sernble Wilson athletic er\alpment I Wilson tennis baits and rac I qtiet5 B^dminion sets—Shntllrcncfc ['hone R762 421 W Mail even break with the Tigers In two gnmes this season. George Dunklin Wins at Memphis MEMPHIS, July 15. (/n—Geornc Dunklin of Pine Bluff, Ark., entered the semi-finals 01 the city tennis tournament here today. Dunklin. third seeded and six- time Arkansas champ, defeated Milton Great of Memphis yesterday, 6-0, G-2. He plays first seeded Alex Weltford of Memphis today while two other MernphiEvns—Lfluis Schopfer and Glen Turpln-—clash. The finals will be played tomorrow. Fleming feel when they sec thclr^ names linked with perfect strung-^ ers In newsprint. ! "People In Japan sec me talking with man, next day big gossip, 1 ' I Japanese Fans | The cherry blo-ssom Invcly hai three mink coats, a housekeper, i -secretary nnd a personal hr\irdre.v>i tr. Her fan mail has broken the back of more than one postman. 1 Shirley laughed: \ "It's like in Hollywood, no? M> fans are many men. They all writ* 1 am their Ideal girl and want t« marry me." The Shintn-Ho Film Corp. !s I* Slilrley what M-G-M is to Garland but the $150,000 she geis per picture doesn't buy many df^- mond-studded kneeling; mats *•" jade-lined bathtubs. . j She says that 75 per cent of nor salary goes to the government a* income tax and that she'? gcncralb broke at tax deadline lime. There's Just one thing nhang&s her cye.s from brown (i> t Brocn In Hollywood. Long-sleek Uni ; ousine.s. j ; "I walk to the studio," she whH second Lane will taku on Marti nest. jwred, explaining thai Gnicral MacArthur has limited Japanese automobile ownership. Shirley lias been a boxofllce v/hiz in Japan, China, Hawaii. Korea and the small chain of Japanese language film houses in tho U, S. for seven years. She was born In Foo Chung, China, and spent most of her life In Peiplng. Shirley has been kissed soumlly in her Japanese, films but she srvys that her love scenes haven't Riven any ulcers In the Nip Erie Johnston. "Our technique Is poor and onr directors don't know to give us the right action." She giggled Into her fan. "I'm hope some strong Hollywood movie star teach me to ktss." Major League Leaders By the Associated Prcsn American league Batting—Kcll, Detroit., .359, Doby, Cleveland, .347. Rims — WilHams, Hoslon, TO; Stephens, Boston, 14. linns liiittctl in—Stephen!, Boston, 87, Williams, nnd Dropo, Boston 83. Hits—Kell. Detroit, 113; Dlllingor, Philadelphia, 108. Doubles — Znrillii, Bos Urn, ami Kell, Detroit, 23. Triples— Dlllln<;cr, Philadelphia, 9; Doerr, Boston. 7. Home runs—Wil!°ms, noston, and Rosen, Cleveland, 25. Stolen buses— niMnseio, Boston, 9; Upon Detroit, 6. lkeoiil.^—Reynolds, New York, and Lemon, Cleveland, 87. Pitching — McDonnell. Bo>U>n 5-1, .833; Gray, Detroit, 10-3, .70!). NuUnnnl League BattliiR — Robinson, Brooklyn, ,301; Musial, St. Louis. .347. Runs—Jethroe, Boston, 6-1; Jones, Philadelphia, 62. Runs hailed In — Klner, Pilli- burRh, 68; Saner. Chicago, G2. nils -- Robinson. Brooklyn, 07; Jones, Philadelphia; Musial and Slaughter, St. LouLs, 91. Doubles—Robinson, Brooklyn, 26; Mll-slnl, St. lyonls, 24. Triples — Ashburn, Philadelphia, 7; Jethroe, Boston; Musinl, St. Louis, and Kiner. PIU-sburRh 6. Home runs—Klner, PittsburiOi. 25; Snider, Brooklyn; Saner. Chicago, and Jones, Philadelphia. 17. Stolen foa.ses — Jethroe, Boston. 24; Reese. Brookljn, 7. Strikeouts—Spahn. B<Klon, 111); Simmons, Philadelphia. 88, Pitching — Miller, Phllndoiphta. !i-0, 1.000; Chlpman, Boston, 5-1, .833. director of public safety. The second vl? c *Premter Is Kim Cnnek, who is also minister of Industry. Ele Is kuown to liuye Joined the Communist Party In 1Q2G and to havo hcon, Rradu,ated (V9 m Moscow's Communist university. He Imprisoned by tin Seoul In 1927. Ffe Japanese In R top corprnle, EDSON Continued from Pnge 4 1020 to 1035. He w!is ijrnduntcd from the Lcnln Institute, Moscow, in 1030, entered the underground and wns nt one time held prisoner by the vi, In 10'I5 he \vas sccrctary-Een- eml of the Communist Party or South Korcn. Tint when nn order wna given for his arrest, he fled to North Korea. Mnrshnl Choo Yongyuil IB mill If- ter of iiFvtfonnl defense and ttlulnr cominantlcr-ln-ehler of the North Korean nrnilcs. lie is a graduate of China's Whn:np<m Military Acnd- emy, nnd n veteran of the Communists' liimmis Eighth Route Army. Choc wos exiled from Korea In 1025. During the war he wns Identified as commander of the Chinese Communist Volunteer Corps In Yenan. He returned to Koren with the Russians In 1015, 'becoming chalrmnn of n so-culled Democratic party, which lie converted Into n Communist front. Then he becrtmc and he substitutes for K|fri II Svinf whenever the promi« is absent. The tvy'o Kims are, however, no relation. The family nnme Kim Is as common in Korea as Smith IE iri English. Kim II Stiiif Is related to the third vice-premier, Hong ^yongbln, having married his daughter. Hong it a curious misfit In the North Korean ruling clique. He is over 80, a Japanese-educated scholar versed in the Chinese classics. He published a newspaper and taught hi Chosen Christian College In Seoul before the v;ar. Hong got Into politics in 1M5 fit, ter the liberation as x moderate leftist In South Korea, Two year* later he Joined other moderatea In opposition to South Korea's United Nations elections and to President Synprnan Rliee, Chong Ohuffroek Is chairman of North Korea's planning committee. He Is alxnit 40, an Industrial expert educated by the Japs In Beoul'a higher technical school during their occupation of Korea. Pak Tlu Is listed as minister of Internal security In the North Korean cabinet. He hns a 20-yenr record as a Cqinrnunlst, and was ft leader In the anti-Japanese resistance movement in the 1930's. He fled from Korea to Yenan in 1MI and has close links to the Chinese Communist movement, In which he organized tlio Korean Revolutionary party ami army. His main Job now Is head of secret police. Nominations Election DUD CASON POST 24 Nnmlnnlioiis for officers will be held Tuesday July 18th. . . liallots printed and Election Tuesday, July 25Hi. Installation immediately after election. PAU1, MAHON, Adjutant DKLEnATKS TO STATE CONVENTION TO HE SELECTED Gen. Booth in Coma \ HARTSDALK. N.Y., July 15. WV- General EvniiRclinc Booth, rctlrcvl commnneler of the Salvntlnn Artnv who Is ncnr dcnth nt her homr here, spent Hie ntghl In a comn wllh her condition unchanged. Attending doctors said Bhe might die at any moment or live for several days. She has been 111 for more than a year. 1 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, July 17 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH Finis Hall & Charley Martinez vs. Bobby Lane and Red Roberts For Reserved Seals, Call 33S9 Adults 50c—Children 1S« Also 2 1-Foll 30 Minut* Matches Lane vs. Martinez Roberts vi. Hall DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE IS A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary house treated tor termites - $ 50 W* don't have lo practice or experiment •• your job—we have hnd 12 years of experitnce All our work is done according lo rcgulalions iiur work is licensed by the Arkansas Slate I'lanl Board. FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. 535 N. fith, Phone 23SO II. C. mankcnship. ..I.. J. '/cllcr Call fi08fi Call 3579 Gasoline—Tractor Fuel—Kerosene Fuel Oil—Diesel Fuel—Grease O I L All Other Petroleum Products SIMPSON OIL CO. JOE ESTES, Driver 2829 — Phone — 937 Bulk Plant Ark-Mo State Line SHEET METAL WORK : OF ALL KIND 1 Custom work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness, Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 Soulh nroadw»y Phone 2651

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