The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 2, 1947
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EHSR •LYTHBVuJLJB (ABKJ COUROTI HJtWi Open Champ to Play /If King Cotton Tournament Sponsored by Blythevilte Club •WUform Werhle of Lousvillc, Ky., winner of the 1941 Western Open. th(t ijjttle Rock Invitation Tourr.amen;.. and runner-lip in last year's Iftt^cinal Amateur Tournament, will compete in the second annual KJflS Cotton Open to be held here Aug 3-10, Wendell Eaton, pro of 'the Blytheville Country Club, announced today. yerhle, who Is considered one of* the (jest amateur golfers in the n.i- Uw> announced his plans of c'jm- pwijig In the King Cotton Opc.i to'-'j letter received yesterday, Ei- tijjj'stated. ."fljis year's field for the tourns- merit will bo one of the largest And will' feature some of the best golt- erj'iin the South, Eaton said. Ap- proyimately 150 at 175 Hnksmen are exfiected to p.irticlpate. " Jphn Buslck. .Tr.. of Monette the as amat?u-.' champion, has thai ho would cotnMic Iri the ' tourncv, Fnton snld. alf""^ Witty H. P. Chi'.iiros.i, the Teniw;-- see' amateur «'.r.?. Several other wefj kmoxn mr.M-curs havo announced pliris'uf Lompctlng for the jifli) in |>riZ'M lo be offered In ;m> iipateur Saliba Team Strengthens Softball Lead Wi':.?'iboru. a Memnlits aniateur. ani( . of last . . King Colt/-'! Opt>n will probably l>e 'bn hand to defend his championship. . Eaton t tated. - Several MIci-Soulh profesitonal gqllers have already announced plans for entry It- the profes,s!f'i!i(l division, Eaton jt.iied. A pur'ja ot $10b in cash is being offered t'.-c winner of the professional tfecRcl with $75 In cash going to the' ruii- Mr-up, nnd $25 going to the third place winner. . . Many Pros to PUy, Too Included in the list of entries nl- . reaijy received fov the prodlvlsion Are Memphis pros Prank Stsutel •wffp hns been tabbed the longest knocker in golf; Jake Fondren, pro pfithe Colonial country Club; Toll Hfyuck, pro of the Ridgeway Country';club and winner of the ivvla Cobb Open held In Paducah, Ky last month; Andy Cusick, pro of i::» Bfiie Hill Club; a. L. Leonard, wa of the Overtoil Club; Bill Perry, pro of the Cherokee Club; a:nl \V. Club and a brother of Jake. D. '-Fondren, pro of the Galloway 'I?Iay in the tourney will t.-e 30 hols medal with 18 holes to be pl.iy- e<l on the first day and 18 on (he ._..... day. However In the pro division the entire 36 holes' may lw played on the first day, Enton said. Play will be in threesomes. Last year's tourney drew a :ieH of 100 amateurs and offered ?250 in-prizes to the'entrants. Whittenberg shot a scorching live-under iwr'in 64 holes to annex the cham- .jfqpshlp. This .will be - the first year that a professional division has been held, Eaton stated. Memphis, Johnson City Rajtte for Championship The Snllba Wholesalers, lenders oC the City Softball League, took a stronger grip on their first place hold lust ntRht by defeating the Phillips Motormcn 7 to 0 behind the two-hit hurling of Hnrvey Doi- rls. Dorrls faced only 23 men over the sewn inning route. Wendell Eaton, twlrier for the Motormen, spoiled a perfect game for Dorrls In the slxtli frame wh he beat out an Infield hit. John Duclos added the second single In the seventh Inning. Neither mnn got past second base. Dorrls displayed superb control as he failed to walk n single batter. The Wholesalers scored the necessary runs In two innings, one I the second nnd six in the third frame, but after the b)g third. Eaton held the league kings lo two scratch hits. He gave up nine bin- glcs during the entire contest. Jljn Henry Lutes was the. hero at the plate for the Wholesalers slamming out n triple nnd n single In four attempts. His triple came in the big third inning with .the buses empty nnd was. one of the six hits collected by the Saliba sluggers during the inning. In last night's second game, the Hays Grocers, the league's hot shot (cam, stifled n seventh inning uprising by the lay Elch nine to dowr the Elchers 5 to 3, and moved o:a game closer to the fourth pluce team, the Owens Druggists. Even though J. C. Whittle, was out-pitched by his brother Jnck I several errors nnd foolish base run ning by the Eichcrs aided the Gro cers' cause. J. C. gnve up six safe ties and Jack four. Gene Whittle nnd Pete Burnham, of the Eichcrs, led the field In hitting, both collecting two sir gles In four trips. Paul Llpford A. C. Bunch, Glenn Bunch ntu Poll each singled to account fo Hays 1 hits. Tlie loss by the Eichers shovcc them into third place ») the leagti standings nnd left the Snm John nine with sole ownership of seconi place. CITY, Tenn., Aug. 2 (UjP> — Two ol Tennessee's top young amateur hurlers, Hay Crone ana Billy Joe Bowman, were seated to oppose each other today as Memphis and Johnson City battled it out for the Sta'j American Le- jjipn championship. Memphis, defending champion, polished off Madison, the Nash- viUe regional tMeholder. 4 to I, with Bowman on the mound nnd giving up only two hits, snubbed " ^^---^' •'•' -;-v:: Isnt up to the iron rnafi stint of pitching two games in tow days, Johnson City Coach 'John Broyles has Ed Ptnkston rta- New Orleans Golf Star Leads St. Pout Tourney i ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 2. tUP —A field of 45 professionals nn 13 amateurs went to the firing lin today in the third round of lh annual St. Paul open golf tournn ment, with the race for the $10,00 prize money still wide open. Fred Hans. Jr.. New Orleans, dazzling 31-year-old newcomer son City to the State High Schoc Baseball championship earlier th Summer, has coined two no-hitter this year against tennis from Knox villc and Chattanooga. Crone, like Bowman a right-hnn- der. has n record of n straight tashville Climbs nto Third Place Wacky Race Leaves 'Noogans and Pels Tied in Standings ATLANTA, Cin.. Aug. 2. (UP) — layoff crazy Nashville, Chiittn- ooga nnd Atlanta scrambled mad' In 'he Southern Association andlngs today ns the Sulphur 'ellcrs climbed back Into Llnv;l lace, slinking IOOFO the Cracker.? ho fell Into n lie with Chutl'iiioo- n—still kccplc'.g n hold on the last u!ig In the first division ladder. Another first division contender, Irmlnghnin, dropped n full uanio Kck of Hie lookout-Cracker dls- ute for [ouii'i — but save fair 'arnliiB tl)nt I.Vry nre still very inch In the race. The Crackers slipped from Ihc :ik-d place spn', by bowing to their Ipw OJ'k'nns as the second place Id teammate George Dlehl in 'llcaiis took a!) !1 tr, 5 decision. I'ortslder Forrest Thompson wn barged with hb x vri>i)i losj "Ihi car although ftren'.nn Lou H.i;h ook over for the CuyVrmeii in the hlrd frame niter :\w Pels wice in the f'rst . n:' three t»nu." :i the second. Fot'.»:ioi pelican P;i~icy Cook flins;'i d the game ior he Crackers bul ra'lles sparked by lomei's from the oils of H.ib»- Ellis and Eiirl lowing failed iO urn the tide. •I'lic Vol., romned to nn easy 10 o 1 win over Little Hock bolv.:icl urvcball artist. T eo Twnnly wn? catlered 10 hits ant' pitched shul- ball with tii-; exception o' a ionic run serve to Ken Seal"; in he sixth frame. Al (Rube) Wnl'co:-. nusculnr Vol Bark;to]>, paced fr.- Vols willi two homers, ng for four rum. Carl LIndtaiist v.-ns charged with ,he KKs though Bob Pcrinc took Cardinals Defeat Philadelphia While Chicago Humbles Dodge SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1947 NEW YORK, Aug. 2. (UP) — The 51. l-oiits Cards, who aren'l convinced thai three straight de- fenls by the Oroklyn Dodgers hav: disqualified them as pennant contenders, were slnrtlng out on a BASEBALL STANDINGS MCTHBN UUOVB W. L. Pet — _.- .. Mobile 70 42 [amtllnr ronil tcdny—trying to gain New Orleans 68 41 back, inch by Inch, a long Dodger Nashville 55 54 mid-season lend. Atlanta . They took the first stride In Ihat Chattanooga direction yesterday when, led by Birmingham the shiKKlnic of George (Whllcy) Memphis . Kurowskl. they routed the Phillies Little Rock 55 57 56 48 .625 .581 .505 .500 .500 .491 .436 0 to 1. In a nlKht name in St. I Louis. The Chicago Cubs helped out by snapping Brooklyn's 13-game 40 74 .351 Cotton Pickers Drop Two Games Powerful Little Rock Legion Nine Blanks Blytheville Team The Blytheville Cotton Pickers are on their way home today after dropping two games in the State American Legion Tournament In Little Kock yesterday and lasi night. Meroney Begins Fortieth Year In Ring as Wrestler-Promoter In celebration of his fifty-second . Monday night's card will pair the birthday and Hie 39th anniversary scientific knowledge of Tex Riley of the date he entered the wrestling pion, and Joe Wolfe against the business, Promoter Mike Meroney the junior light heavyweight cham- has booked what he terms as one brawn of BUI Canpy snd Buck of the best tai; matches ever to be Lipscomb. All four of the grapplers IMI!-} lix t Vv,, i |__ ._. ».__ , *- . ™ "f»»iVl*» AMOUCAN UUOCT winning .streak, lo to 8, and -innt New York 65 combination left the Cards nine Boston 52 games off lh" pace and still fou>- Detroit 50 percentage points behind th e so [Philadelphia 49 •W. U Pet cond-place Glanls, who beat PilU- 1 Cleveland burgh. 2 to 1. Washington Little Mm ry Dk'kson went lo the Chicago mound with u,o ( i ays rest to hurl st - "^"'^ a five-hitter for ,'H. L,->ui; ; l$ f his seventh vie'-. *y Wltile Dlckson r,>'ti t; ;[ . p])j'| 5 | ; , cheek. Kurowskl took nersunril charge of the Card allv:*. After Philadelphia got one 33 54 43 49 45 50 57 59 NATIONAL LEAUOK W. L. Hrooklyn 93 31 New -York 50 DL Louls 5a 42 first. Kurowskl homered in the sc- n ° ston 51 concl to tie the score. He singled cl " clllnntl over for the Dlckcymoi in 1C sl^tll. An eighth Inning circuit :lo;it by Jim Pcti'osky subdued the revived Memphis chicks who CoiiRht gamely to overcome repented VIIIOOKH (hnisls. Pclrosky's lio:r.«r provided the Look outs with n 0 lo li victory at Enset Stadium ill Chnlliinooga. Tcrrllile Ted Kluszcwski lionicr- !d for. the Chicks and fleet Oil Conn banged otic for (he Lookouts. Conn's circuit clout, his ntli of the season, came ivlth t;vo m: the fifth. Kluszcwskl's was w one mate aboard. Hnl Tocnes started on the hill for Ihc Lookouts but Alex Ziikc'V- skl relieved in the eighth nnd cot credit for the win. Charlie Eisa- mann started for the Chicks. Sherer and Homer Sprnglns did r»- lief chores In the eighth \vith Shcrcr charged with the Frank Lngn pitched the Mnbik Bears to n 3 to 0 shutout :>f the BlrmiiiBhnm Bnrons In Mobile rn< tlie league pice-setters kept a brcnst of the Pcllcnns in the rector first place Bill Hart homo'i'r. [or the T3ei-. In I lie sixth v.-tth none on, . All scries lire resumed tonlghr Philadelphia Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Chattanooga 6, Memphis 5. Nashville 10, Little Rock 1. New Orleans 11, Atlanta 5. Mobile 3, Birmingham 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 4. New York 3. Detroit 3, Boston 1. St. Louis 4. Philadelphia 1. Washington 8, Chicago 1. .663 .542 .538 .500 .489 .462 .424 .372 Pet .630 .543 .542 .826 .475 .464 .412 .408 held In the American Legion Arena. here, tor Monday night's show. The veteran matchmaker and former wrestler, entered the grapplln? game oil Aug. 3, 1908, and Is still --------- , Mre .u., ,..„ ,.™ „.„.... ttct ' vc "' thc business ns a combi- rrhe Pickers dropped their op- nat <"} Promoter-referee. He cele- ?.™ t<:il . Ms "fly-second birthday NATIONAL LEAOIJK Boston 4-2, Cincinnati 2-3 (2nd 12 Innings.) Chicago 10, Brooklyn 8. New York 2, Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 1. •\ Your Credit Is Good at DELTA! Be/irons, Mouledour. Play For Junior Net Crown KALAMAZOO. Mich.. AU(f. 2. (UP) — Two youthful tennis nces from the dcco South clashed here today In the flnnl round of the 31st annual National Junior Tennis Tournament, breaking a 13-ye.iv California stranglehold on the title. Herbert (Buddy) Behrcns. first- seeded national Intcischolnstlc king from Ft. Lnudcrrlalc. Pin., met second-seeded Dick Moulcdous of New Orlenns It. wns the first lime since thnt a Californiu rilcl not win the title. In the junior doubles, Behrcn.s nd Moulcdous tcamc<l agnlnst Mnc Donnld Malhey, Princeton. N. J. nil Sidney Srhivartz. Brooklyn. Dick Holroyd. Del Rny. Fla.. aiid Inniillon Rlchnrdson, Baton Rouge, LH., mel Fi-ed Hnglst. HoHlslcr. Cal.. ud Whitney Reed. Alnmcda, Cnl.. or the boys' doubles tlllc. fifth nnd in the eighth he wallop-' erf Ills secoiKl homer of the gam". 14th of the year, with two mates board to wind up the scoring. The Cubs, beaten by Brooklyn 1't Im<v; in J5 previous games, flnallv uniMl on the league-leaders to inlt their victory string. Clyde McCullough's ninth-inning homer one mnn on wa s the deciding >lo\v against Hugh Casey, fourth odKer hurler. The Giants refused to surrender second-place lo the Cards, as Dnvc Koslo limited the Pirates to six hits nn struck oil', nine batters In a light game. Johnny Mlze doubled ionic the first Olnnt run and they Sot the second in the sixth when Pirate pitcher Mel Qu«n balked with Bill Rlgncy on third base. Tlie Braves and thi; Reds 1 split doublehcader in Cincinnati, Johnny Sain winning -the fii^t for Boston. 4 to 2. and relief pitcher Kent Peterson Liking the 12-lnnlng nightcap for Cincinnati, 3 to 2. Bob Elliott of Boston hit a two-run bomer in each game. Bob Adams singled home Clyde Vollmer with the Reds' winning run in the second game. In the American League, the Cleveland Indians ended the nine- game hex held over them by the Yankees when they bent the New Yorkers. 4 to 3. nt Yankee Stadium. Fie<| Hutchinson held the Boston Red Sox to six hits and batted in three runs himself with a bases- loaded triple to give the Detroit Tigers a 3 to 1 victory at Fenway Park Two errors by Eddie Lake tainted the only run ,Hutchinson yieleded as he topped Dave FerrliS in n mound duel. , _, > Knrly Wynn of the Senators went the route for the 15th time !n .... starts to beat the Chicago ,WhK; Sox. 8 to l. Wynn gave up seven I <UP) — Unseeded Vic Seixas of hits ns he registered his 12th win. Philadelphia, surprise conqueror of Bob ivriincrlcf pitched seven-hit i defending champion Gardnar Mulloy on Wednesday, sought still another upset today as he met fifth- seeded Francisco (Pancho) Segura of Ecuador In the semi-finals of the Meadow Club Invitational Tennis Tournament. Winner of the match will meet Seymour Grcenbcrg, sixth-seeded competitor from Las Angeles, for (he grass courts tourney crown lo- game to the LitUc Rock Doughboys, Hie defending chain- liions, by a 12 lo 0 count, They w«re eliminated from furl her coin- pe^ition in the double-elimination tourney last night when Camden took a 6 to 5 decision in 12 innings. Kermltt Tracy held the Pickers to three well scattered hit; In the first game, didn't wall: a mnn. Only two Blytheville men were left on base and only one man reached second. Mcrritt pitched' for Blytheville. In winning their second game of the day — and their third of the tourney — the Doughbovs downed North Little Rock 13 to 2 last nlgh.t. Earlier the North Side boys had defeated Camden. 5 lo 2. Fort Smith, once beaten, plays Camden this afternoon ami the Manila to Battle Lutes Tomorrow In Missco League (Highlighting piny in the Mississippi County Amateur Baseball League tomorrow will be the third nlace battle between I-'ites and Manila on the 'Lutes diamond. Liites moved into a thirrl place tie with the Cardinals early this week when they won their protest of the July 20 game with the •F.lyteville Tigers, causing '.'.u: Tigers to forfeit. John McHaffoy aim Silas "Red" Redman, probably will the winner will move up against North be the opposing pitchers Little Rock tonight. The winner of j contest, tonight's game has the dubious. The league-leading Lookouts from honor ol facim; little Rock lo-' Blytheville Route Two will are veterans of the grunt and groan racket. Three of the four men that will make up Monday night's cast are old-timers in the local ring, with the fourth Buck Upscomb, » relative newcomer but well enough known here to be disliked, by the fans. He made his Initial. appearance here several weeks ago In the villlan role. Completing the all-star show will be two rough and tumble-one-fall preliminary tusiles. Riley and Canny will square off In the first maten with Wolfe and LJpscomb swapping holds in the second. morrow afternoon. Today's Games SOUTHERN UAGUK Night games: Memphis at Chattanooga. "Atlanta at New Orleans.- Little Rock at Nashville. Birmingham at Mobile. AMERICAN LEAOUE Cleveland at New York (21. St. Louis nt Philadelphia. Chicago at Washington. Detroit at Boston, night. Bourdeau Again Heaviest Hitter in American League NEW YORK, Allff. 2. (UP) — Lou Bondreu ol the Cleveland Indians regained American League batting honors from Joe Dl Ma«t- Rlo of the Yankees this week while Hnrry Walker of the Phillies Increased his National loop lend to 23 points, official figures disclosed tortny. While the hustling Cleveland pilot clung to his .339 mark.during the week, Dl Magglo'lost 11 points and dropped into second place with .333. amon'g the hitters who have batted 200 times. Walker, meanwhile, picked $P~ 10 points for n .354 mark and a cozy lead over the Little River nine In their, league game tomorrow. LiU'.e River got off to a bad start in the early part of the season and have found themselves in t.'icir last three games and loo mas a pas- sible dark horse. Mead's Blytheville Tiscrs will i»- vnde 'Huffman tomorrow for a epitne and Cooler goes Lo Number Nine .The YYarbro-*Armorcl game at Yarbro completes tomorrow's schedule. -AH games are scheduled to start at 2:30. NATIONAL LEAOUF. New York at Pitt-sburgh 12). Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. Philadelphia nt St. Louis. Seixas After Another Net Upset in Invitation Meet '"SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y.. Aug. 2. Bring Tractors or Combines to Us for Repairs Get ready for the fall rush by using your credit \vith us. We arrange long, easy payments on all repair work done on farm machinery. Here you ge!- the J^st in factory-trained mechanics to properly condition your machinery for the coming season. See us foday for an estimate on aU work you need done! bail to give the St. Louis Browns i •! to l I'lctorj- over Hie Philadelphia Athletics Johnny Dernrdino, witii tivo singles anrt a double, led Lhc 11-hit Brownie assault on Dick Fowler. Yesterday's Stnr _ George K.U- rowski of the Cards, who slugged two homers nnd a single as his team bounced back from three defeats by Brooklyn lo beat the Phils, 6 fo runner-up Frankie Gustine of Pitts- , "i ," burgh at .331. The averages In-J* """J' eluded da 31. i Johnny Mine of the Giants slugged his way back into the runs batted In lead with 83 during the week to top teammates Willard Marshall at 80. Ted Williams of Boston lead ths American circuit with 71. Mlze also retained his home run supremacy With 31 clouts. Williams still topped the junior" circuit with 23 four-base drives. Junior Golfers in Finals PEORIA. 111., Aug. 2. (UP) — Defending champion Al Mengcrt, Spokane. Wash,, traded shots with Gene Littler, San Diego. Cnl., here today In the 30-hole finals of the second annual National Junior Golf | Tournament. The all-West Const finals was assured yesterday when Littler defent- ed George DlaI.HI. Columbia, S. C., Open at 1:M ,,«.; gt»rt» 1:M Saturday ' 'Lonesome Trail' Jimmle r Wakely Le* <La««s) White SnrUI 4 Shorts ix-under-par golf Bob Peters. Kansas City, Kans.. won the play-off for the medal trophy, by defeating Wesley Brown, Chattanooga, Tenn., bv 'our strokes In n 36-hole medal play matclu fixed by apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at Stateline, Mis»is- sippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of -Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has iitver been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell Iwer bj the undersigned has been revoked years last past; and Women in Net Play-offs EAST HAMPTON, N. Y.. Aug. 2 (OP) - Top-sceded Shirley Fry of ...,„ „„ Akron. O.. faced unranked Ger- wi thln five ,.,.,„ .„„ ,-..., „ trude Moran of Santa Monica,! that the undersigned -has never Cal.. and second-seeded Mrs. Vir- j been convicted of violating the ginia Kovacs opposed unseeded Mrs. laws of this state, .or any other Helen Pedersen Ribhany today In slate, relating to the sale of alco- the scml-flnal round of Maldstone | holic liquors. J Club's invitation women's tennis tournament. morrow. In a doubles semi-final, Mulloy o[ Coral Gable". Fla.. and BUI Tal- berl of Wilmington, Del., national 1 champions were pitted against un- A. New York man sent cut par- [ seeded jack Tuero of New Orleans !y invitations on n phonograph and Fred povalcskl of Hamtramck, record. . ' Mich. ro tournament circles, hold n thin one-stroke lead as the tournament icld was pared to 60 golfers. Haas fired a siz/Ung six nndcr- '»r 66 yesterday, which coupled '.'ith his opening round 69 gave him L 3G-holc mark of 135 That \v;is iiie stroke teller than the hair- way marks posted by two of Rolf's irvltcst players Hits yr-nr — PGA amplon Jim Fcrrii-r, Chicago, inrt national open king, Lew Wor- iham. Onkn.on'.. Pa. Fried Chicken Special Sunday Dinner $1 '/i T' ricd Chicken with ('ream Gravy 3now,fhikc Potatoes String Beans Sliced Tomatoes Hot Rolls Coffee — Tc;i — Milk Choice of Ice Cream or Banana Pudding DICK'S CAFE 315 W. Main Saturday Midnite Show Starts at 10:45 "SAN QUENTIN" Lawrenct Tierrity, Marian Carr Also Shorts and Monday "The Jolson Story" (In .TechnieoUr) Larry Parks, William De ma rest Evelyn Theater Manila's Finest EVEBT NIGHT Hsttan S*tmrO»j * Bvndtr B«x Op«ni Week D»T» !*• »m j*. C*nt. liquoi I Robert Buckner ' Subscribed and sworn 'to before me this 2 day ol Aug. 19i1, NOTICE 'Notice is -hereby given that the/ iSFAL) ., .. undersigned will within the tinn?* Mj> Conimfasion expires 4-28^-50 ay ol Aug. 19i1, } Elizabeth Mason I Notary Puolicj Saturday 'Stranger Ponco City" Charles SUrrtlt ' Smllejr Bornette INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 3/2 SQVTff 2SP ST. PHONE863 POPULAR .PIANO dnd Personality Voice Years of Successful Teaching Experience For Information Call Mrs. Eddie Saliba Phone 2536 124 E. Kentucky Saturday Owl Show 'THE TRESPASSER" Sunday and Monday "TWO MRS. CARROLLS' Humphrey Bojfart Barbara Stanwyck COMING SOONf David O. ftrlmkk'8 "DUEL IN THE SUN" Gregory Peck an* Jennifer Jonn BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST AUSIISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15« Monday, August 4 <*»* '"eluded) ' POX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH TEX RILEY and JOE WOLFE versus BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30 MIHUTS MATCHES Tex Riley \ Joe Wclfe »*• 'i. vi. Bill Canny \ Buck Lipscomb Immediate Delivery •^^Sfniims^ A GouW?, Automatic Water System Gives you trie most for your dollar Farmers Terms Part this Fall-Part Next Fall HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS B&ANDS I2G W. MAIN ST PHONE 915 THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY "O'Malley of the Mounted" with George O'Brren Cartoon an* IMh Chapter "Manhtinl Mystery Island" Saturday Owl Show "Vocation in Reno" with Jack Haley and Anne Jeftrey; Also Short Sunday and Monday Tuesday "RAMROD" Joel McCrea, Veroiika lake KKO News * Shorts

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