The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1947
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PAGE EIGHT (ARK COURIER NEWS Memphian, 16 Strokes L/m/er Par for 36 Holes, is Winner Of King Cotton Golf Tourney ' H. P. Clilldrcss, a Memphis nmnt.'ur. topped Die field of 70 entrants in the Blytheville Country Club's second annual King Cotton O[>cn to win both tourney and medalist honors of the meet. * .Chlldress turned in ft scorching 16 under par 132 for 36-holc tourney play, two strokes tiliend of Carl Spain, iinother Memphis nmntcur, who won runner-up honors. Spain was runner-up In last year's tourney. : Wllford Wcihlc. ol Louisville, Ky.,*— —-——— the pre-toiirney favorite, had con-f , . 'slderable trouble with, his putting | TOO I DO 11 COOCnCS To Attend Grid Clinic at U. of A. on the sand greens of the local course and finished two strokes behind Spain to claim third place laurels. The chubby ,Kcntuckian turned in a score ol 103 for his 36 holes. Cu-ick Shatters Records Finnan "Mis" Byiium, head Andy. Cusick, the colorful proles-1 coich of Blytheville High School,. s!on»l from the Pine Hills Country R«ue Boycc, fof osccola High Club In Memphis, shattered all previous course records with a 19 under par 129 for his 3fi-hole tourney play In the professional division to cop first place money. Cusick. known as a long ball knocker and" a steady golfer under any conditions, finished four strokes ahead of Wendell Eaton] pro of the Blytheville Country [ Club, and six strokes ahead of Frank Sticdlc, of Memphis. . .Word IlobbSi n Memphis nmaleur, shattered another course record during his piny in the tournament .when he coi'ercd the nine-hole course In 30 strokes. The previous course record was 31 which is hold by several linksmcn. His 75 for the .first 18 holes kept'him out of the money, however. ; In the learn play, the team representing the Cherokee Country Club In Memphis won top honors with combined scores of 542. The team was composed of Childrcss. Spain, John Krotzer, nnd Cecil Moore. , A trophy valued at $150 was . awarded Childress as the first place place: amateur prize and a smaller trophy was given'him for winning medalists honors. Spain was awarded a set of eight irons as runner- up prize. No award was made to third plnce winner. A $100 cash prize was awarded Cusick for winning top honors in the professional division with; $75 in cash going to Eaton and $25 to Stiedle. The trophy won by the Cherokee Club team failed rive in time for the tournament School and Roy Stobaugh, of Wilson, will attenrt the University of Arkansas' second air.iual coaches clinic to be held In Faycttevi'dc Thursday through Saturday. The Uirec-tlny affair will be hca:l- ed by Bobby Dodd. head me'ut/v of Georgia Tech, and John Bnrn- hlll, athletic director of the U of A. Dodd will lurtrucl the group nl high school and college coaches In the T formation and liainhlll in the single whig. John Tucker, Tccli. Russell plat:: Ihe Noire Dame system, anil Bears Up Lead To Three Games Mobile Defeats Pels; Vols Win Two from Rocks; Chicks Lose Kv WILUAM A. SHIRKS United Prrss Sjiorls Writer ATLANTA, Or,.. Allf. 11, (UP) — Half n giunc looked as Inrge as :i whole scries to Ihe New Orleans MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 19-17 Missco League Baseball Scores Look More Like Football Results The we.-vlhcr Is a little "hot to be playing football hut according to tile s~*i's of yesterdays games In the MKsiful]))>I Comity Amateur B:ise- , ball I/MKiie, i!/s hard to tell Just I what spoil .sonic ol the teams were piirticlpallni! In. for in lour of the Mulsh the same While IjUtes and the Lookouts were slugging it out, the Manila Cardinals were busy drnliblng Num- ter Nine 17 to 3 on the Number Nine dlnmoiul. It was quite a field day for the Cardlna's ns they coasted Pelicans Bears today — ns the Mobile five Ramos played yesterday a total [easily to the 10th win of the "season of 83 runs was scored by the eight nijalnsl three losses. Lefty McWhirt- teiuns, an average ol 11 runs per ' ' Icuin. Topplnf? the list of runs scored In one game yeslcrday was the BlylhcviMe Route Two-Lutes affair chugged merrily HlotiB. ha -1 <*' hlel1 "' n;i wo " b 5' u 'e Promised llcvlns; thai half a Kumc here and I 1 '"'" 1 bo > s ">' " , 17 to " count. They hnlf n mime tlicie will win a pen- | !il > - »""'• "»nn "K can happen in nnnt In the Southern Association |fc»sctaall. ana in this game Just about this year. The Bny.shorc Bears lacked another half game onto their first pincp margin yesterday — .stretching Ihclr tend over New Orleans lo Ihree full gnmos — by winning a single engagement In Bir ham while rain cancelled [everything did. j The Lutes nine opened the marathon by computing what they Ithoi.Tlit lo be a substantial lend In the early innings. When the stretch ir.iihis roKcd around, Lutes was inu Jn front by u 13 to 3 score. But the "(Lookouts, known for their power a 1 ,,,,,? ,™™ c "™ " M ;» R - Ihe plate, were far from being on' diiled doubehcndor between New cf „},,„„„ , fm . ,„ ,. llc ™™ n t, Orleans and Atlanta here. cl( ., 1|ih alu , Ml , lth lllIl!nBS Ulc V, Kc 'j,; r. c^ach of Arkansas j S« ] "e im villc. Ark., will ex- A lionv Teachers College in Conway. wilt hnjn Huron lead and ti-,<- Nashville swept from Little Hock in city but wn.s still far two leaders, Chattanooga bowed Memphis twice and luing In the first division by a slender one margin. I A home run barrage by Bruin jdoulcrs overcame an early Blrming- doiibieheader ,e<t 14 runs, (he Arkansas .scoreless. baik of the while ey holding Lute:' Jeff FaiTls. of Arkansas Stall ! leaders discuss rules. Members of the zorback's couching staff will address the group. ill alo: Victors to Get Total Purse In Mat Battle Blytheville mat fans can look forward to wllnc.ssing a riotous battle at the Legion Arena tonight when Ralph Onribnkli and Roy Welch clash with Bill Cnniiy and Buck Lipscomb in a scramble for a wlimer-takc-all purse. Garibaldi will be making; his In nr wl 'esllfn£ debut here tonight. He ;s - veteran of the Memphis circuit but will be mailed to the club upon its arrival. Loy B. Eich presented the awards. Play in the tourney opened Saturday noon and was completed yesterday afternoon. Play was" In th'rcesomes with the amaleurs playing 18 holes Salurday afternoon and finul two rounds yesterday. of the professional matches their Most were completed the first day. Pairings for yesterday's matches were marie in accordance with Saturday's scores with. 18 threesomes in the final running. Indians Defeat Giants 4 to 1 In Forrest City CSOEOLA, Aua. 11.—Behind tin; three-hit pitching of Gene Armstrong and the bcoming bat of Troy Bolick. the Oscenla Indians coasted to a 4 to 1 victory over the Forrest City Giants on the Forrest City diamond yesterday afternoon. Armstrong, a student of Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway, had frame shut-out /until the eighth when the Giants bun:hed two of their three hits for their only run. I'- was Armstrong's first start lor the Indians. 'Bolick; the Indians slugging out- Ilelder, collected two doubles in and tips the Toledocs at around 200 pounds. He Is known as a scientific bone- bender and hns been paired with Welch In matches hi other points on the circuit. The natural roughness of a vvln- ncr-take-ail battle will be enhanced by the Ill-reeling that has flnr- ed up lately between Welch and Canny. Too, the fact that Ltpscomb follows the same rule-less pattern of grappling that Canny docs will Increase the sound and fury of this fracas. At Canny's request, Mike Mer- onny. promolcr and usually arbiter of the weekly, battles, will ,watdi this match .from outside the ropes. Another referee will be on hand to untangle the frequent tangles B.cfore the im;l« mnnele gets underway Canny will collide with Garibaldi In a one-fall prelim and Welch will meet Ll,,F<-omb in th3 other. First bell rings at 8:15. four trips to the plnlc, driving In three of the Indians four tallies. Prank McClendon, short stop, was the Indians defensive s^ar for the game. The,Indians will meet the Caraway Independents in a single game on the Caraway diamond Wednesday night. Caraway is a member of the Norlihcast Arkansas Semi-Pro League. Tractor Parts— And International Machinery Parts! Electric and Acetylene WELDING DON'T WAIT . • . DON'T RISK BREAKAGE! Replace worn parts now and save valuable time during harvest season. NOW—is the time to ready your equipment (or fall. Bring it to our shop for complete inspection and repair work BEFORE you actually need use of it. Expert factory-trained mechanics at your service. Liberal Credit Terms on All Repair \York icague- irlmnphcc! 5 lo 3 behind tender Pat McGlothin who hung p his llth win of the season agaln- t five losses. The Barons took the lead In the ii'sl frame as former New York Yankee Hud Melhony lashed his ccond home ni!i in as many games Ith n mate or. board. They slrcl- hcd the lead by adding a tally the sixth but, |n the seventh mslcy Mcrv Connors blasted a loinor with oi.e on to tie the score. Jcorgc (Sholgun) shubn's homer n the eighth with one on pro- ided the winning scores. ifcGtolhlii went Ihc route v.-is kicked for only six blows Schmidt was (he loser. The second :ame was cancelled by a driving ain. Vols Down Hocks Twice Nashville opened up big guns to iiveep the twinbill in Lltllc Hock. A six-run rally in the eighth in- iii)K save thr Vols the first en- ounlcr lo to 1 a.s Nell Saulia. who relieved Leo T'.vardy, got credit or the win. Bill Sinlon homered lor Little Rock in the first off Twardy with I!low Iloth Hut ami Colrt Joe Youii 1 ; started on the moinul for Ihe Lookouts and was tabbed lor 11 runs in three innings and wus relieved by M^icu.s Gaines in the third. Red Lutes hurled for th_e Lutes nine imtil the seventh Irame whon six runs on four hits sent 'him to the bench and Dewey cr hurled for lh* lied Birds and gave only live hits but they worn t'Ood for three runs. O'Knnc started on the hill for Number Nine but lasted only two and one-third Innings and was relieved by Hutclilnson. O'Ktme was charged with the loss. Armnrel l,uscs (u Little Klvrr Eight nilscucs by l:ie Armorcl tram were the main factor in their lo 4 loss to Little Hiver. Geno Heard. .Armorers ace liurler. worked Ihc full nine innings, giving uj> six !.'in?'cs and Iniininj; 13 Little River Hitters. Weldnn liurled for Little River and gave up six hits. In the only tilt ycslerdny that looked anything like a baseball Ksiinc. Yarbro downed the bafk-slid- IHB Mead's lilytheville Tigers 8 to S lit Ihe Air Base diamond. The reshuffled Tigers, workin;; behind Bob Mullen, one of the mainstays in the iBlylhcvillc Cotton Pickers lineup earlier tilts season, couldn't produce when proclucng would do the most i;ood and fell another notch in the leugue standings into slxtli place. Grover Whittle liurled for the victors. In yesterday's other league contest, Cooler walked over Huffman 18 to Conncrs look over Ihe hill duties to 5 on the Cooler diamond. Dodgers' Prophecies Turn Out Better Than Their Ball Games me mate on. Carl Llnrtqulst charged with tl>e loss. A IG-llit assault on Al (Pic) IJy COUNHLIUS RYAN United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. Aug. 11. (UP) The beleaguered Brooklyn Dodgers. Ihclr lead shrunk to 3% games. Ivid some small consolation today — . • they are good prophets; they said the Cardinals would be tneir only opi>osltion. Several week? ago several members of Ihe Dodger team admitted that the only team they feared uas> £t. Louis, then in fourth place and apparently rooted Ihere aflci some six weckr. 1 tenancy. The Dodgers then took off on a 13-gflnic winning streak which Included three triumphs over St. LouU which meanwhile had risen to .second place as '.he Braves ami Giants slumped. However, the second-plan' chota gave the Vols an 11 lo 4 win | 6"!' 10 the second gnine behind Dolph Parted from Red birds were even farther iwicy (from first place than they iAul Pic-1 1)ecn tncl1 '" fourth place. The nines as Brooklyn S'.. Louis, whereas Vtahilts who flipped a fancy four- lln d been four nr five games when litter Cy Block homered for Nnsh- Sl - L ouis vtllc In the fourth with two on. Memphis gave Rny Harrell strong nipport us the Prothro crew blasted Chattanco«n 9 to 2 In the first of a twin-bill The Chicks lashed fourth. Undaunted by the odd fact they had lost ground while going upward, the Cardinals tried again. Brooklyn, mwh more successful in protecting its position as a fovt'- thrce Lookout twirlers for 17 hits l c " stcr than ns a S OCKt baseball team, and startor Luther Kncrr was I cooperated airmv.ingly. While St. charged »lth the loss. Harrell scat- ! u>uls won lo 0[ n - Brooklyn lost Icrcd' nine blows. George Bradlev. Chick third bisn- maii. was struck on tt'c wrlsf. bv a line drive off Charlie L^tchas' bat. aim retired from the srnme Dick Maiinnv hurled a four hit- seven of 10. Cards Down Pirates Twice The Cardinals beat Pittsburgh twice yesterday. 5 to 0 and 1 to 5. while Brooklyn trimmed the Rods. '! to 3. on Clyde McCullough' two-run single in the eighth inning. Doyle Lade ouipitchcd John Van- dcrmcer for the victory. Yanks N!p Kc<l Sox The Ynnkces eiideci a brief period of teetering 0:1 the edge of trouble by nipping the Boston Red Sox 2 lo 1. after the Red Sox had woi two straight from the league leaders, who now are back to a 12'L game bulge, apparently enough to lost until World Series time. Dave Phlllcy's hitting and Ed pat's pitching ^avc the While Sos a 10 to 2 drri.sion over Detroit Philley hit a three-run homer, i double and single and scored threi runs. Lopy, scattered seven hit- to win his 10th victory against 1 losses. Washington split with Philadcl phia. although the A's seemed t get all the hit 1 ; Philadelphia woi the opener. 3 to 2, with si nine-hi attack that included E-l Joosl' homer. Joe Colcniiui held the Nat to five hits. Washington won th other game, 5 to 2, on six hits. Th A's got 12, but also committed tw cosily errors that resulted in N:i runs. - • It was "DGII Black Day' Cleveland as Alcoholics Annom r-ioiis honored its most successful kaseball disciple, but as usual OTI such days, the honored pucst had an unhappy finie once the ceremonies were over. The St. Louis Browns, whose losing streak reached seven games when Bob Feller BASEBALL STANDINGS 8OUTEEKN IJEAGUE W. L. lobile 7fj 43 ew Orleans 74 50 ashvillc tl;mta irir.inshani femphl.s Itlle Hock NATIONAL LEAOCIK W. L. irookTyn CO 43 t. Louis .01 45 ew York 56 46 ioslon SB 50 li'.raso 50 57 Cincinnati y> GO Ittsburgh 45 G3 Philadelphia 41 65 AMERICAN tew York Jo.slon Detroit 'Itlliiclelpliia . ... Jt'^eJiind hicrifjo LEAGUE W. !... 70 ...56 ...34 ...49 .. . 4'J ...40 . .. 37' Pet .023 .537 .833 .•193 .437 .481 .4)1 Pet. .CIS .575 .5-10 .537 .487 .451 .41'! .387 PC I. .614 .533 .513 .514 .493 .458 City's Softball Playoff Games Are Scheduled The Cii.v Pifib-i'l L^.-. R1 in-s posl- «:>TH1 nlsiyiff will opr»i (omorr'iw l»hl with .(|i» league rhpmr.lon S3u- lih-i W'-nlrss)<"•!, mnptinn i>-e (bird o-vo-s nvuK«i-sls in (lie firfl > anrl tlie S"cnrd plar-e !,->v B!"li nine nicetlnir the Sivn J.nhns Smoke- ci'se tenm in the ntj;htcnt> Plnv will lie Klivr'e nlimination in Ihe first round wiih Ihe citv cham- "ions lo be decided after they have beaten M)p rnnnor-up two (jani"s out "f Ilirce. Tlie 'vlmicrs of tomorrow nlzht's games will meet TJiurstlay niaht to boifin the chaioiiionshii) nlav-off. The second game between tomorrow night's winners will be ulaved the following Thursday niglit. Iti tho ovent one tcntii should win two straight games in the cliain- pionMhln play-off, the third game will not be played. 'At (he r'oso of the iviuilar .season, ,the DniKplsts and Enin Johns were tied for third p] ; , cc nm i thn fuiestion a.s to'which team would For Sale Rebuild B-ft, Hussmun Meat Dls- Dis))lay Case complete v/IUi now roils and compressor. Delivered ind Installed with ninety day (imrantve mid free service. $565 Del! Scott HetYifVeration Co. 1211 \V. Main I'h. 22(50 ., ,.„ „ ,„,., , u , Philadelphia Phils. 2 to 0, for a whipped them in the ojkncr, 15 to Icr in the nUhtcap ns Ihn Chicks' nct toss of n half-game by Brook- 0._ emlcrt the rtrcak with a 4 to 2 triiimohed 3 to 1 under their own protest, Roland Miller was charged with the less. Mobile moves to Atlanta tonltjht, New Orleans onnns at Birmingham, Chattnnoosn and Memphis tonight. to Little Rr>ck entertains Nashville •'•'j victory over Biack, who allowed 11 Brooklyn has further chance 'lo hits. contemplate its own wisdom today It was Jeff Heath, a fun-lnvim; as. it rests while St. Louis plays soul himself, who, whacked Black Scfiroeder Wins Eastern Grass Court Net Crown SOUTH onHN'GT. N. J.. Au 3 . II. nrp>—Ted SchrocdT of Glend.lV. Calif., crent tennis t>>"v nrceinbnr hclpr-d America tnke the Da.vis Cim from Aus'ralia. hca.lrd for Newport, n. L, loday, deteruun- cd to make a showim; %v-hirii will guarantee him a post on the 1947 CHT> -sciuad. Schroeder -won the 21st annual Eastern Grass Coi:rt crown svsinr- Hay by defeatinsr sccond-sj»ilc:l Gnrdnar Mullov ol Coral Gallic:;. Pla., C-l, 1-?. 6-3. hut it was e.\;w?:.- cd that the Davis Cup selection committee would make its choices more on the Das's of pl.iy in the Newport Invitation tournament which bCRins today. Tchrocdcr and Jack Kramer rif Los Angeles, the nation's top-ranic- ins doubles team, then pave California players a clean sweep of the tourney titles by bcfing Mulloy antl Talbert, 6-4. 19-n. 5-7, 10-8. in the men's doubles finals. Chicago in a night game which could trim another half-same [rom the fading lead. Slurry Dlcksnn hurled ;i four-bib game to give the Cards their first victory yesterday, getting batting support from five teammates who Rot two htt.s each. In the nightcap SI. Loiili ran up a 6 to 0 lead on timely doubles by Whiley Kurowski and Ron Northey plus Buc errors by Frank Gustlnc and Elbic Fletcher, then coasted to a final 7 to 5 victory after Pittsburgh got three runs in the eighth and Dickson had to come back to put out the fire. Lefty Joe Ilattcn stopped the Phils on five hits, while Eddie Stanky, Jackto Robinson and Dixie Walker cave him offensive support. The Giants and Boston Braves divided. New York won the opener, fi to 2. behind Larry Janscn. John Mize hit his Mill homer to help .lanEcn. Boston won the second me. 1 to 5, when Tommy Holmes socked a for a two-run homer and double and scored tho winnin K run. Feller Save up five hits as he won his 14th sjainr. A crowtl of 41,374 brought Cleveland attendance to a record 1,003.613, with 27 games yet to play at home. Yesterday's Star — Murray Dickson of the Cardinals, who pitched a four-hit shutout over Pittsburgh in the first siuic, then came back as relief pik-hcr in the second fame and ended a Buc rslly to save the St. Louis victory. Tennessee Girl Leads AAU Swimming Meet I day M is-, Knnncdv . Fla.. A:ic. it. (UP)- •r Rcha Norton ivi'le. Tenn.. held in the regional ion's AAU Chain- IB meet here to•. , . . J -•"•<•"-, ivii.-» i\rniic(iv went to t!lo IronL mn-.h-mmiis three-run over L.-c!a Thomas of Washinston. homer off the same Janscn. b.ick D. C.. bv winniii" [he WO -nctcr fr--i'- in a relief rok John Hopp. Karl nylc event, bringing hor individiMl Torgeson and Wlilard Marshall al- scoic to 23 points She "'rokcd Ihe so got sccond-g.ime liomcrs. It was Marshall's 20th. Chicago's Cnbr replaced Cincln- distanre in 12 minutes. 32.1 scionds. previously shr had won the 1.0110 natl in fifth plnce by wiiippmg Hie events. :CD meter free - style 3/2 PHONE863 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday ADULTS 45e — CHILDREN 15c Monday, Aug. 11 cr»x included) HOX SEATS 15c EXTRA TAG MATCH RALPH GARIBALDI and ROY WELCH versus BILL CANNY and BUCK LIPSCOMB ALSO 2 7-FALL, 30 M/NUTf MATCHES Ralph GarbaJdi Roy Welch vs. Bill Canny vs. Buck Lipscomb ., ~ ' rrprcseivt which s;:ot in the play- YesterdaV s Results l off W1S KCItlc<l by tossins a mill. •* I IMP I..T;<I \i*f»Q uvui U,. i\\ n <-•„.,, ,i,,t,,,c- SOUTHERN I.KAOUK Memphis D-5, Chaltnnnoga 2-1. Nashville 10-11. Little Rock 7-1. Mobile 5, nirminghHin 3 anic. rain). New Orleans at Atlanta, raiu. NATIONAL- LKACilJK St. Louis 5-7. Pittsburgh 0-0. New York 6-5. I'.ost'jn 2-7. 'Brooklyn 2. Philadelphia 0. Chicago 4. Cincinnati 3. less was won j>y (he Sam ijolins team who elected to represent fourth place. Officials fcv (lie play-off and the (i..,.m,'i rlllcs °' 1!lily wil1 bc discussed at a "- L n mocliii« of lli(. DialinRCrs of the four teams ptirticipaliivj; at the liljthcville Y this afternoon or to- r.iRht. Efforts are beinr; made «> ottjtin out-of-town officials for the play-off but at noon today none had been contracted. HUM They Finisheil AMERICAN' LEAOUE New York 2, Boston 1. Chicago 10, Detroit 2. Washington 2-5. Philadelphia J-2. Cleveland 0-2. St. L^uls 0-4. Today's Games SOUTHERN IJEAGUE Nashville at Memphis. Chattanooga at Little Hock. Mobile at Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. W. L. Pet. Snlilla JO 3 .7CT 1/iy Eich ;i ft £,i:\ Owens IJrutj B 5 .IHf> Sam .I<ihns fi 5 .(US Hays Store 7 7 .ftOO Charlie's ICIcc 5 R jti r t rhilli|>s .Motor 3 10 .?.>! Aik-M» Tinvr-r 310 MISSCO LEAGUE IV. 13 . 12 NATIONAL I.KAfJllE New York at Philadelphia, niuht Chicago at St'. Louis, nignt. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, night. Only games scheduled. 'Blytheville Rtc. Two Cooler M-niiln ia Lutes 9 Yarbro 8 Blyt-heville g L.itlle River o Ntarbcr Nine 3 1; Hulfman 2 12 Arinorcl i 14 AMERICAN LEACiUK St .Lonis at Chicago (2>. Detroit at Cleveland, night, Philadelphia at New Yc.rk. night, Washington at -Boston, ni^ht-. Pel, .807 .801 .7G9 .GO 2 .015 .571 .•123 .231) .143 .OJ7 *n at 7:00 p.m.; BUrls 1:30 p.m, Last lime Today 'Portners in Crime' with [,um anil Almrr I'nrainiMiiit News and Short Tuesday PAL NITK "BETTY CO-ED" with Je.-ni Porter and Jan Savid willi Orchestra S«ri:il: "The Vigilanle.s" Alsil Short Subjects MISSCO LEAGUE Y-nbi'o B, Hlytlicville 5. 'Eiythevile Route Tivo n. Lutes 13. Al.iiiita 17, Number Nine 3. Cooler 18, Huffman 5. Little River 11, Armorcl 4. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Last Time Today HOT or NOT... Fall is Just Around the Corner — "YKSSIR", Fall is just ai'outul the conict- mul Ibci'o'll lie busy clays aliead for you and your car. So .shake (he "Dead Keavr.s" out ol' vow motor atjfl \vliiv.y. off. We'll sot rid of all that carbon and ,«lii;lKC that rob your cngiuo of its vitality. (lot your car in our shop now—before the fall rush! CASH FOR YOUR USED CAR! Owned & Operated by Tom A. Little Jr. «l<>c, Plymouth urn/Y>nA6ojffo 217 S.SECOND STREET <* Gulf Gas Wrecfccr Service Fisk Tires CHABUS tt EOCERS CHURIES R. ROGERS SIFRED I. CREEN ItKO News anil Short Tuesday "North of the Border" ivitli Huss«ll 11 ay rt en Also News and Short KXTFCA! KXTKA! KXTRA! on Ihc Stupe in Person JIM 1C A INKS antl His Illuc KidRC Mountain Boys Admission 30c and 60c New Theater Manila's Finest 8I>»W1 EVERT NIGHT Mall me Saturday & Band*? Boi Open* Week I)»j» 7:»» P-««BM--6«n. 1 ».m. C«nt. Bhowto* I«isf. Time Totlay 'CHEYENNE' with Ocnnis MorRau antl .lane Wvman Also Shorts Tuesday "STEPCHILD" with Brcnrfa .Inycr. and nanaM Woods Selected Sliorl Subjects

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