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PAGE EIGHT, RLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 19'!7 Haley Field Gets New Scoreboard > New Bleochers Due .-* To Be Installed During '47 Season 'C.-iQ. pcdnian, president of the Chickasaw Athletic Club announced today that an all-electric scoreboard will be erected at Haley Field prior to the oiwning of the 1947 football season. The Scoreboard was donated to thfChtckasaw Athielis Club by the R, D Hughes Company and will be oil* of the most modem boards in trits section of the state. Tile board mftived In BlytheyillD this week and will be set up next week, he said. * > four-foot automatic electric . clqe* at the top of the board will shew the minutes'. left to ijlay with telling the spectators the quarter being played, what down it is ""and the yards left to go for n fuSt down. The score will be /shown ii£twp square slots' with seven ami oiie half watt bulks built in, making it :: vbible from all sections of the stadium. 'Jhe board wilt be 23 feet wide and U2:feet high with advertising by the sponsor to be on the outer margin ofthe board It will ba controlled frcm the press box on the West. side of. the stadium, he said. The exact location for the new scoreboard ''lias not been determined, he said, but it will probably be creel- ed on the site of the present scoreboard at the North cud of the field. ? To Erect Slet'l Bleachers We also announced that bids arc being accepted for ihe erection of an all-steel bleacher section to replace the present wooden bleachers on the East side of the stadium. He expressed his doubts as to whether 'the new bleachers would be created Phils Bump Cardinals 4 to 2 On Lakeman's Ninth Frame Blow BY 'JOHN GRIFFIN. 4 United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Aug. 23. (UP) — The St. Lduls Cards, who only three days ago were convinced that they were a "team of destiny", found themselves caught today In a serious slump that threatened to wl|>e out their chances of repeating as National League Champions. The jubilation carrying over from two straight wins over Brooklyn Tuesday and 1 Wednesday got a stiff jolt last night when the Cards lost to the Philadelphia Phils. 4 to 2, on Al Lakeman's two-run homer In the ninth Inning. It was the Cards' second • loss In three games to the last-place Phils. who were supposed to fall flat In this scries while St. Louis kept running alter Brooklyn. Most im- portanl. it was the Cards' seventh loss in their last 12 games. Meanwhile, the Dodgers beat the Cincinnati Reds, 6 to 5. In 12 Innings for their ninth win In their last 12 Barnes to run their league lead to six full games. The Cards led with their ace, Harry Drcchccn, who, though he became the first St. Louis pitcher lo go the distance since Aug. 11, yielded 10 hits and was far from the form he showed in last year's pennant drive. Card batters gleaned eight scattered hits from offerings of kunckle- taller Dutch Leonard, who marked up his 15th victory. Dodger fortunes continued to look up as Dixie Walker's big bat and base-running led the way. Walker slammed out four hits against tho ncds nmt scored the winning run in the 12th, when he raced in from third base and j beat throw on an Infield .in'time for the opening of the yrolmt | cr ' by Jlu . ri t| , S*™^^"^^^ of catdier Ray uJnanno's hand" ; cl. completed this Pall. However, he pointed out that bleachers the type that the club's plans call for are hard to obtain anrl that these circumstances may cause delay in the erection of the b'.eachers. •The box seats on the West side 'of'the stadium have been repaired aii.d' season' tickets fcr these boxes are;now ready, Mr. 'Redman said. Reservations rt'vill be accepted until the!Scpt. 1, he •pointed oul, anu after ^that date the boxes will be sold to Failles for individual games. 'Jloldcrs of season tickets lor the bbxes will Ire entitled to use them ,10?.. both junior high and hiyli 'sehool games, he said. Prices of the , bpxcs are 5S5 for row. 300 fpr.the bottom row and $^5 for the three taxes that are located behind the light poles. All o.f the bcxes, with the exceptions of the 55 ones, will b£"-'equipped to seat six persons. i fiit~. cheaper boxes will seal,ionly five persons, he said. 'Reservations of these box seats McCosky Leads American League Batting Title Race NEW YORK, Aug. 23. (UP)—The American league baiting championship was developing into one of the most wide open races in years today as Lou Boudreau of Clcve- nnd, leader for most of the season, relinquished the top spot to teammate Dale Mitchell and then to Barney McCosky of the Athletics during the past week. Including day games of Aug. 21, rookie outfielder Mitchell Ictl the circuit with .330. But McCosky slammed four-for-flve against the St. Louis Browns the .same night mid hurdled from .sixth place to first with .333 percentage while ISoii- drean and Mitchell were in a scc- dcndlock with a .330 Brooklyn had to use four pitchers, but the fourth. Hank Bchnntm retired all 11 men he faced and gained his'fourth victory. Harry Gumbert was the losing pitcher in relief. The third-place Boston Braves fell scvcn-mul-a-hnlf games behind by losiiif to Chicago, 5 to 1. Ejnll Rush held the warriors to four hits whi.'e his mates pounded three Boston pitcher for n. The fourlh-place New York Ginnts j-ot home runs from ivfickey Witek. Walker Cooper, and Wlllard Marshall and used them to beat the Pittsburgh pirates, 8 lo 7 Palo Grounds attendance of 8,773 set a new Giunt record of 1.221,688 for the season as Ken Trinklc became the winning pitcher in relief. Ralph Klner hit his 33th homer for the Pirates. The Cleveland Indians took both ends of a twi-n]ght doublchcadcr i from the New York Yankees, 4 3 juid 6 to 1, reducing the ond place rmirk. i Hurry Walker of the Phillies encountered little difficulty in maintaining Ills National League leadership as he soared to .352. Runner- up .to Walker was veteran Angle Giilan of Cincinnati with .319. But the majority of interest was centered on the Junior circuit dogfight where only four points separated the first nnd fifth top hitlers. Following Mitchell and Boiiclrca who were three )x>lnts behind McCosky with .330 each, were Ted Williams of the Red Sox and Luke Ap- pllng of the White Sox. each will: a .329 batting average. Joe DiMaggio of the Yankees squeezed into the elite circle with his .322 mark. Behind Galan in the National League were Phil Cavarelta of the Cubs and Pete Reiser of the Dodgers, both with averages of .315 Tommy Holmes of Ihc Braves rounded out the first live with a .313 percentage. Burly Johnny Mlzc of the Giants still paced the home run parade in both leagues with 38. Outfielder Ralph Klner of Pittsburgh was second with 35 ami Williams, gaining ground after a slow start, led the American League with 25. Nashville Drops Full Game Behind Pels In Southern ATLANTA, Ga., Aug. 23. (Up) — Nashville's resurgent Vols dropped a .full same behind second-place Nlv OKeans in the Southern Association itoday after going down, 2 to 1, In a series opener last night at hctnc. The Pels ruslieti home -wo runs in the eighth to gain the needed margin of victory. George Diehl wns credited with the win, although he had to be lilted iu the eighth. Fourth-place Chattanooga, however, failed to take advantage of Nashville's plight, losing to Mobile [it home. 8 to 1. McGlothln rationed the Lookouts to a mere three hits, while the Bears were collecting a dcz;n off three Lookout hu'rlcrs. Kevin Conners helpeu :.;obllc along with a fourth-liming homer with none on. The Atlanta Crackers worked up to a 10-nm lead in the first Inninn at Little 'Rock and coasted to a lii to a victory over the lost-place Feus. And :it Memphis, Birmingham staged a two-run rally in the seventh In jjlvc Alex Keilner a seven Dodger Manager Eyes Memphis Negro Hurler MMM'FHIS. Tcnil., Anr». 2. (UP) — President Branch Rickey's search for re-iiiforccincnt.s for Ills Brooklyn Dodger pitching staff centered attention today oh Dan Binkhead, 2fi-year-oM ace of the Memphis Negro Red Sox team. Rickey, who came here yesterday accompanied by Dodger Scout George Staler, would not confirm that he planned to sign Bankhcad, 'nut he admitted hi was "interested." Yarbro Yanks Hold Fourth Spot in Missco Standings DoughboysWin Sectional Title In Legion Meet SUMTER. S. C., AUfi. 23. (UP) — The Little Rock Doughboys. Southeastern champs in the Junior American Legion Baseball Tourney, left today for the National Meet in Los Angeles. Little Ilock defeated Greenwood, jS. C., 7 to 3 in the final game last hit 2 to 1 victory over the Chicks. • ii'Khl a few hours after eliminating Duquesne to Fly Grid Team to Away Games PITTSBURGH, AUJ. 23. (UP) '— Duqucsnc University yesterday became the first college in the nation to sign a contract to fly its football team to all away games. The Duquesne Athletic Board innde football history by signing n contract with Capital 'Airlines lo°fly the team H total of 587,622 miles. The team will fly In a 59-passen- eer Capitaliner to games In S;in Francisco, Winston-Salcm, N. C.; Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Detroit; St. Louis; and Columbus, Miss. College All-Stars Hand Chicago Pro Team 16-0 Lacing may be obtained from him, he said r to and will be for the entire season. Faragould; Oct. 3, Little Rock: Oct. ....,.,,.. . yrorKjhB's been done on;, thff\seat^in .ihe,,..stadium,. he .said with several of the old seat ,$<jar.di>_replaces .with new ones. Tlie jfield. has been partially re-sodded and is ; now b;ing given its final manicure in -preparation for tlie opening "of the season Sept. 12 -when the^Paps meet the Paragould Bnll- pups". Wertz's three-run homer was tin . B WP.w, '« the riotous ..ninth" The' White Sox and the Red Sox Hot Springs Bitter Over Court's Stadium Ruling HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Aug. 23. <Vl'> — The touchy question of the fight on the location of the Arkansas War Memorial Stadium was the subject of a special meeting today of the Hot Springs Stadium Committee. .None of the members would say what the meeting was about, but all appeared visibly bitter about the Pulaski County Chancery .'court's rejection of their complaint ye.stcrday. pecial Chancellor auy Amslcr CHICAGO. Aug. ;>. (UP!—Buddy ! said the group would have to amend Young, a 165-pound back from Illi- . its complaint against the Arkan- nols who they sairl was too small sas £tadiuin Commission lo In- for pro football, was hailed today elude a statement of "cause of ac- as the .star ol the College All-Stars lion." resounding 16 to 0 victory over the • — ——_ Chicago Benrs. 'More than 105,003 spectators Jam- inert Soldiers' Field last night to watch Young and his tcammales oulspeert the heavier champions of the'National Football League In the 14th annual All-Star game. Young gained a tolal of 185 yards through and around the Bears. Most ol his yardage caul'; on passes from George Ratterman. the former Notre 'Dame flash who quarlcrba;ked Ihe Stars and coinplelcd eight of 12 pulses. But Buddy also prjved his mettle in , contact work as he stepped through slim holes in the gigantic Bear line for two good runs. 'Ratterman Kannapolls, N. C., 8 to 4 in the double-elimination scries. Trailing 4 to 0 in the early, part of their Kame with KannapolLs, Little Itock recovered to deadlock the score in Ihc seventh inning and then banged home four MB runs ill the final frame. In the game against Greenwood. Little Rock took the lead in the first inniny, but at the end of the -seventh, the Kmeralds held the ad- vanlagc 4 to 3. But two, two-run rallies in the eighth and ninth innings brought the championship lo Arkansas. It was left to pitcher Funk to Lurn in Ihc final winning game. He permitted eight hits, one IC.SK than his mates garnered off of Green- wugd's Ace Johnson. Funk whiffed 13 batsmen. In the game against Kannapolis, Little Rock's pitcher Shanpele specialized at the plate as well as on the mound. He beat out three of l mates' eight hits off Gerald Blackburn who fanned 11 Arkansas batsmen. . Blackburn permitted eifrhl hits, one more than his mates gol *bfi of Shaufelc. Lombardo Enters Race DETROIT. Aug. 2. (UP)—Bandleader Guy L-ircardo informed race olficials yesterday that he i>ersonal- ly will pilot his Tempo VI in the Celroit Silver Cup Powerboat • Re- gnlla on the Detroit River . Aug. 0-Scpt. 1. The Yarbro Yankees temporarily *moved into fourth place In the M s- sissippi County Amateur Baseball League this week by breaking even In a patr of make-up games while their chief opponents for the hot spot, the Lutes nine, were dropping both o^ their make up tilts. The Yanks bowed to the Manila Cardinals 8 to 4 in a make-up game Tuesday afternoon on their home diamond. But they remained in the running for a play-off berth by virtue of Lutes' 10 to 1 loss to,Cooler Wednesday aflcrnoon. Then Ihe Yankees bcunced ':ack Wednesday afternoon' to paste Little River with a 9 to 3 licking to move into the fourth-place slot. Lules lost its chanc'e to regain fourth-place yesterday when the players were bowled over by the strong Manila Cardinals 10 to 8 in a home-run filled contest. Frank Ellis, lormerly of tile Bly- thevipe Tigers started on the mound for the Cardinals but was pulled in the fitih inning after Bud Lules hit a grand slam homer to overcome the Cards two-run lead. However Puss Bulllngcr, manager of the Cards, retaliated in the next frame with a Lwo-run homer that sent them surging ahead 9 to 8. The Cards final run came in the eighth frame. Tigers Dufrat I-ittlc River Mcad'.s Blylhcvillc Tigers once aeain moved into Ihe picture by <le- fealing Little 'River C to -1 yesterday afternoon to move ir.lo a fiflh place tie with Lules and throw the highly contcsled fourth spot into a three-way race. Harold Ward worked on the •mound for the Tigers giving up six hits, while his teammates were getting to A'len '-and Wcldon, Lillle River hurlers. for five binsles. | L'.tllc "River miscues proved very I costly lo their cause. Now, .the situation surrounding j the very popular fourth spot is this: the Yanks have a temporary half- ' game lead on the Tigers and Lutes,' but they have two games left to play whereas the Timers and Lutes have but one. The Yanks will meet Manila Sunday and miJst play a rallied out game with Huffman provided it is needed to decide \vho will be the fourth team in the runoff. 'Lutes will meet I-Jumbcr Nine tomorrow and the Tigers will entertain Little River. So a victory by Yarbro tomorrow would, assure them of participation in the playoff arid their Huffman game would not have to be played, but should they lose, and Elythcvillc and Lutes BASEBALL STANDINGS SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Mobile New Orleans .... Nashville . 85 49 .635 82 53 .607 13 C2 .541 Chattanooga 70 67 .511 Atlanta C4 C8 .435 Birmingham 63 12 .467 Mem|»iis 59 7(j .440 l.iltle Rock 43 93 .316 NATIONAL LEAGUK W. L. Pet. Brooklyn 74 47 .012 St. Louis 07 52 .503 Boston (j(i 54 .550 ,522 58 G!> .472 Chicago 53 G6 .445 Pittsburgh 50 09 .420 Philadelphia 49 09 .415 New York CO 55 Cincinnati . ..... AMERICAN LKAOUi: W L .Pet. New York Boston 02 52 40 .655 with Rilcy and Magce tangling in the first and Welch and nyrd pairing off In the stcond. starting time is 8:15. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark, Last Time Today . Robin Hood of Monterrey with the CISCO Kl!) Cartoon and 13lh Chapter "Manhunt of Mystery Island" Saturday Owl Show 'SUSIE STEPS OUT" Detroit . 013 54 Philadelphia r>2 55 .jju Cleveland r,g 55 .513! Chicago 55 (H ,4'j2 Washington 48 68 .414 St. Louis ." 42 70 .350 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEACDK Birmingham 2. Memphis 1. Atlanta 10, Little Rock 3. Mobile 8, Chattanooga 1. New Orleans 2, Nashville 1. .514 534 I .530 "* v "l Bruce with A 1 *" Short Calilwcll '. Suiuliiy, ninmluv and Tuesday 'A*2SSfc Barnhill to Open Drills Sept. 1; ind Closed Gates NATIONAL LUAGUE Chicago S, Boston 1. Philadelphia 4. St. Louis 2. Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati 5 (12 in- ningsi. New York 8, Pittsburgh 'I. ' AMERICAN LEAGUK Cleveland 4, New York 3 (first game). St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 5. Detroit 7-2, Washington G-0. Chicago 7-3. Boston 2-(i. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Atlanta at Little Rock. Mobile at Chattanooga. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at New York (2). Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia. win Sunday, then the Yanks would Cincinnati at Brooklyn. be forced to play ilic Huffman tilt in order to gain a tie with the other two teams for the position. . Other Barnes scheduled for tomorrow are, Blythcville Route Two at Huffman and Armorel at Cootcr. 20 Golfers Enter USGA Ark.. Aus;. 23. Ihi'ir foes 136 to 52. rh r ,,ri n „ , ' . nanas gan cener, ex gasc. ,,™ H r , S ° X ca l' Ulrl "U the | Illinois guard, John Mnstrangelo. second. G each victory. .the winning team made 11 hits! „.„ „..„. Ed Lopat registered his 12th vie-1 Sliced was the story. Frnnk INTEfiNRTIONHL-RPPROVED Essential accessories are important on every truck. We have a complete line that is Intcrna- tional-Approved-tachomcters, fire extinguishers, spotlights, fog lights,seatcushions,and dozens of others. International-Approval means that each accessory has not only been checked but double-checked by International engineers -that quality and performance arc doubly certified. So guard against disappointment by getting your truck accessories here,' just as you guard against disappointment when we service vour trucks. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED 312 So. Second St. , Phone did not Ymve time to wor|t u't> a good offense for his Arkansas R-»- zorbncks as they climbed from Uie eel hi i: to a tEc for the conferen-e title last year, hut, there is evidence he intends to remedy the defect beginning Monday, Sept. 1. „ That is when B'jrnhill And • (his staff meet Porker hopefuls for the first official .practice session of the 194T gridiron season. A.s usual, Birnhill is not too optimistic about the squad which went to the Cotton Bowl lost season. The Hogs will practice aj 8:30 a.m. rmd-4 p.m. daily for the livst, two weeks and then slow down lo a one-a-day grind when clfisses start. •Barnhill said ail practice .sessions Leahy's All-Star line, light but fast. | after the first day will bo carried got the jump on the -Bear forwards 1 en behind locked gates. > tUP)—John Barnhill contend;; thjit 'Baiuhill said he wants lo better mid Young weren't tlie only stars. Charlie Trippi, Georgia's AllyAn.ierican. also stood oiif in"the'backfieUi, ana In the ">« t»crc a host of heroes. , , i i. Cll ?" dcr nt C1 "<*8o. Among them were Johnn Cannady, " 5 '" C (irsl ' 7 lo 2. 'Indiana's giant center, Alex Agasc. Notre Dame tackle, and Cecil Soud- crs. Ohio State end. on nearly every p'ny. and :n first .quaitler RaHerman dirccLed the collegians lo two quick touchdowns, both by Notre Dame players =—Jim Mello aud Jack Zilly. The absence of a potent offensive was one of the notable things about the Razorbacks last. Pall, even though they eonliiuicd to rcg- istrr victories no one thought they „, . had a ri^ht to. Bui Uamhill direc- lory of tl,r season for C ucngo. tor of Razorbil( . k drstilly ,,i s "' r ," s unit Earl Johnson, who needed relief from Joe Dobson, won his eighth for Boston. I Hallying for four runs in the] eighth Inning, with Walt Jurt-I nhh's bases-loaded double the most i important hit, the St. L/niis Hrown.s t teal the Philadelphia 1 to S.! been known to .say he had no defense last year. Predicts Fourth I'lam Tn fact, he told coaches yiUhcrcd here for ti clini; liisl week, thai he depended upon iHititin'; because he n't have anything else. knocking the A's clown to fourth place. Thirty-onc-ycar-oUi Walter Brown was the winning pitcher, his (Irst major-league success. Yesterday's Star—Rookie pitcher Art Houltciiian of the Octroi; TiBCrs who made good as a surprise starting pitcher by hurlinp a five-hit. 2 to o shutout, over Washington in the. second game ol a doublehcatler. the five-one conference record and fiix-thrce-oue seasorial recnrcl of last year, but he insisted that the team tnav >iot move higher than fourth place standings. Brekini; un ill the conference his contention, he pointed to the loss of end Alton Baldwin, cento]- Red Wheeler. <Mimd Henry Pard, end Herman Lllbkcr and second strinr; center Harry Carter. It is well knovi'n, however, that Birnhill has good material. aJid .sonic claim that a skeltcon squad, of key Rtixorba:ks has been at the university fcr the Summer doing extra-curricular work with the een- erous assistance of the coaching .staff. Kcnlt lo Tailback It also is reported that Clyde Scott, the sensational Emackovcr winfbnck, will be a tailback in the same backfield with Fowler. But there is some speculation as to whether even Birnhill can arran/e to use two tailbacks at the .same time. Scott however, i.s listed as a tailback un the tentative raster. Another unconfirmed report lias it that Birnhill has devclrred a modification of the Tennessee single winp system, which involves moving the brockhii; back a. specified number of inches toward the line of scrimmage and permits all sort-s of offensive deviations. MFJMPHI9, Tcnn., Aug. 2. (UP)— Twenty golfers v,'ill match shots at Country Club here Tuesday in the sectional qualifying rounds of the U. S. G. A! Amateur Golf Championship. Bidding for four qualifiers' places were Roger T. MrManus. Pasadena, Calif., Harry H. Pritcbett, Tuscaloosa, 'Ala., Thomas It. Ntcol, Tus- calcsa, and 17 Memphis Golfers. Wee Willie Pep Retains Featherweight Crown •FLINT, Mich.. Aug. 2. (UP) Wee Willie-Fcp, feather-weight champion, retained his title last night by scoring a technical knockout over Jock Leslie in the 12th round. Leslie had absorbed such a battering that lie was half-gro™}' when lie staggered out of his corner for the 12th session. A straight right to the chin sprawled him on (he canvas for a count of nine. When he lurched to his feet, the charrplon Ironi Hartford, Conn., swarmed over him and drr.ppcd him again with a short right to the chin. The referee halted the bout without attcir.pting lo count. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Cleveland. Washington at Detroit. Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Robinson Kayos Secreet AKIICN, O.. All'.!- 23. <UP> Kay 'Sugar) Robinson. wcltcnvcighl • champion, knocked out Sammy Sc- On none of these reparls will I erect or Pittsburgh al 1:50 of the Ilazorjack headquarters comment nr.U round of their non-UUc bout And some of the figures prove Barnhlll's argument. Arkansas made Ihc nntnhcr ot first downs. 65. last year, nnd their or.'.x>ncnU racked up the larg- except for the "ever-present pic i est number, ICC. And tailback An- .that publicity be kept at a mini- brey Fowler punted more times. 64. than any other man in the South- vest Conference. Rut the Razor- ' eludes 92 names, including 33 let- 1 'lacks had a total net gain of only . tcrmen. Tlie list shows S3 backs 19 I U yards less than Iheir opponents, ends, n tackles. 17 guards and six ind in ten games they ontscorcd centers. i mum. The tentative Arkansas rcsler in- in the Rubber Bowl last nighl. Read Courier News Want Ads. Byrd Returns To Local Mat As Wrestler Floyd Byrd, a veleran muiman of the American Legion Arena here will return to the local wrestling show Monday night a[tcr an elongated absence to team with Irish Ma«ee in the tag match feature. Byr<I and Magec will square otf against Tex Rilcy and Jack Welch, a pair of light heavies know foi their mastery of the wrestling art in the tag event. Byrd, who lia.s a knack, for getting rough occasionally, hasn't appeared on Mike Mcroncy's show a.s a g nippier, in quite some time However, he filled in for Meronc} as the ring official vcck before last" in the wmner-takr:-all HO between Roy Welch ami E*a^>h Garabaidi at;d Bill Canny ana Buck Lipscomb. His partner, Magec, made his initial appearance in the Blythc- ville ring about a month ago. lit: is a -slow, easy-going cx-p\i^ilist who likes Lo play fair, come what may. nut he still knows what to do when the party grUs rou^h and is quite capable ol doing U. Rilcy ami Welch on the oilier haiul, are a couple of fiery tempered grapplers who takes things as they come, cither hoi or otherwise. Welch is the younger member of the wi cslhng Welch brothers. Two one-Fall preliminary matches will precede the main event KKO News and Short New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT MnUnce Saturday & Sunday Bor~ Open* Week D»y» 7:tO r-m. Bat-feu. 1 ».m- Cent. Bhowtn* Saturday 'Gentlemen With Guns" All Star Western Cast Also Short Subjects Saturday Owl Show "DEVIL ON WHEELS" with iVurccn N;usH and Dairy! Illckman Also Shorts 863 INTERNATIONAL Trucks BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION I'RICK ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Legion Arena from 6 p. m. Every Monday /YDULTS 45c — CHILDREN 15c , Au 9 . 25th TAG MATCH TEX RILEY and JACK WELCH versus IRISH MAGEE and FLOYD BYRD ALSO 2 J-FAIL, 30 MINUTE MATCHES Tex Riley Jack Welch vs. . ' . vs. Irish Magee Floyd Byrd ATTENTION FARMERS The Mean Beetles arc again causing much <lc- .slruction! Now is Ihe time to kill insects ami prevent heavy losses! The cheapest and most effective way (o control these nests is by Air- nlane Dusting. Only (iOc per acre will cover costs of Airplane service, with a reliable and experienced Pilot to assure protection of your bean crop. Call us for full details and latest recommendations from the University of Arkansas. Planters Flying Service Phone 3721 Blyrheville Sunday and Mond*v 'THE UNFAITHFUL" with Ann .ShfrirLin Selected Shorts Open al 7:00 p.m.; Starts 7:30 Last Time Today "LAND RUSH" with Charles Slarrctl * Smiley IJunicllC Serial "Lost t'ilv of the Jungle" Also Shorts Saturday Midnitc Show Slarts al 10:45 p.m. "The Thirteenth Hour" wilh Kichard Dix and Karen Slorlcy Also Shorts Sunday and Monday "The Kid from Brooklyn" with Dannyc Ki»c. Virginia Mayo and Vcr.l Allen Vanimoiuil News and Shorts

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