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SIX (ARK.) COUKTEH xir?rs Shantz Eyes Record Books After Posting Victory No. 15 AMERICAN l.KAGUE W I, Pet. OR New York 49 30 .620 ... Cleveland 46 34 .575" 3'v Chicago 47 31 .56(1 4i 2 Boston 41 36 .550 5 Washington 41 38 .SW 8 Philadelphia 33 40 .452 13 St. Louis 33 49 .402 n Detroit 25 54 .31624 A's Tiny Southpaw Blanks Chisox 6-0 on Seven Hits NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklyn S3 22 ,7(17 . .. New York 49 29 .C.28 S'. v St. Louis 48 3ft .578 9 Chicago 43 M ..Wl )3' 2 Philadelphia 38 42 .475 IT 2 Cincinnati 3547 .42721'i Boston 34 47 .420 22 Pittsburgh 23 62 .271 35 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Chattanooga New Orleans Mobile Nashville Birmingham Memphis Little Rook W 51 SO 41 50 4fi 42 40 37 By JOK IU;iC!ll,KIt AP SporU Writer Bobby Shantz, midget southpaw AfhMies, can: 1. Bproinp thc biggosl winner In Philadelphia's American Lpnpjuo history. 2. Rprnmo (|i<> first prt-oncl-divi- sion hurler in Hie past 50 years In lead his Jeanne (it won-and-fosl pprcontagp — provided, of course, I (he Athletics don't finish above their preprint fifth-pi jure brrlh. 3. nccotne ihf* lii'Kt Sd'^ttmc, winner in the majors in 1ft years and !hp first An'ifricAti J.pncuer to reach thai loinl in 21 ypars. f Shfliilz spun a seven-till fi-f) shut- j nut yesterday a.s thp Athletics split j n rirmlilrheadnr with tlip Chir»^o While Sox. The Snx look (he sec- mid. 7-4. 11 was Bobby's third shutout and his ifith compile Kfline in 18 .starts. He hns won 15 and lost thrre. Thc 5-7 liRhtwciKht from Pntis- Unvn, Pa,, is shoolinp at the 31- victory Philadelphia pitching record jointly held by Jack Coombs 548 j of * hc 101f) Athletics and Lefty Pel .560 of the Philadelphia on Myron f.lor) GinsbnrR In the eighth inninK when the weak-hiiting Tiiier calcher blasted a 350-fool home run into the npru held stands. It wns the only hit in the game for Ihe TiRers. In the meantime, the yankces rapped four Tiger pitchers for 31 hiis. IS In the lirst came lo win their cichth and ninth u'aincs In their last 12. tl was Rasrhi's eighth straight. Mike Garcia iiirneil in a brilliant twn-hlltnr (or Cleveland as the Indian* swept a (loubleViejuler from Wiishiniilon. 1-n and 2-1, to reinntti 'i 1 ^ 'iiiinrs behind Ihe pace-:-,elung Yankees. .521 .49f> .461 .4M .420 STESTERDAV'S RESULTS American League New York 11-12 Detroil 1-1 Cleveland 1-2 Washington 0-1 Philadelphia 6-4 Chicago 0-7 Boston 8-4 St. Louis 5-0, first game W innings National I,CAgn« Boston 4-2 Pittsburgh 2-1 Philadelphia 7-8 Chicago 3-3 Cincinnati 10-2 New York 2-4 Brooklyn at St. Louis rahi. Southern Association AtlanU .5-3 Mobile 0-1 Chattanooga 4-2 Little Rock 1-1 Nashville 15-6 Memphis 6-3 Birmingham 6 New Orleans ft TOnAY'K GAMES National l.raxtH* Brooklyn at St. Louis <nlght) New york at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Chicago Only games scheduled American LcngHB Cleveland at Washington Chicago at Philadelphia (night) Detroit at. New York St. Louis at BoFtfln drove ol the I Ml club. The Athletics hnve played only 73 caincs, four fewer than half t'hoir season's schedule. Orovo was the lasl nl oitfht American Leagne hurlers to wm 30 or more in one season. Dizzy Dnan was the In.st major* league]' to ac- compiish il. He won 30 for the 19.H St. Louis Cardinals. BasrhJ Misses Nii.flUIrr Only ona pitcher, hurling for a second-division club, ever led Ihp American circuit on a won-nnd-lost Imsls. He was Bill Bernhard, who won 18 and lost five for thp (ilth- place Cleveland Indians of 1002. Shantz was not (he only pitcher to shine, yesterday. Vic Ra^chl came within four outs ol pite.hinR a no-run, no-hit gnme for New York as the Yankees twice overwhelmed the DptroU Tigers. 11-1 and 12-2. Raschi had two out and t\vo strikes Mnnrico MrDcrmntt hurled R Uvo-hhrnr fm- Rfi?tnn as the R<-rl -Sox innk a p.n'r from (he Si. Louis Browns. 8-5 and -5-0, for thnlr fourth arid Jifih triumphs in successinn. Otis Zemin) provided Sham/ with more runs than he nrcdrd, blasting a pnir of Viornr* runs, nnn ] with the bdKp.s lontiPd. lo inci-pa.se his hmnnr total to IG nnd his runs bAltrci in total to 53. Philadelphia's Phillips moved to plare Cubs, whipping Chic n BO in both ctitlf! nf (heir rinuhlrhcnder. 7-3 and 9-2. Rk-hfc Ashbtirn led the Phihi 1 2:i-riii jttiHck in thn two gftmcs with five ynlotlc.s including n double nnd liipfe. Davey Williams' tilnih - inniiiR triple drove in two nisitos nn*l wave i the New York Glnnls a 4-2 niKht- | cap win and n j-plit. in Ihrir Iwin bill wllh Cinclnnnti. The Reds, bc- hinrl Hurry Prrkowski'.s six-hit hurlintf, took Iho opener. 10-2. Veteran Matt Surkont nnd rookie Vlrcil Jester pitched Ihe Boston Brave* to a 4-2 and 2-L double win over PUtsbiirgVi. WITH &AO-T OUTIHGr. THE ATHLE.T !€.•$>' BOBBY SHANTZ STATUQE AS THE NO. 1 ...even THOUCrf-J, AT S-T: AL.-SO THE THS MAJORS MOKDAY, JULY 14, Guard, Buzick Low !n BCC Tourney Y Juniors Defeat Dyess 7-2; Play Three Games This Week Blytheville Y'B Juniors gol another busy week off to R good start yesterday afternoon as fhcy hammered out a 7-2 victory over the Dyess teen-aged team at Dyesg. The Juniors, who played four*- — . , t ftamnt last n'eek, larr another busy week this week. Tomorrow afternoon they are scheduled to play the Tomato Independents at Armorel Park. Thursday they go to West Memphis for a return Rame with the We-st Memphis American legion juniors and Friday they return home to play Ihe strong Nat Bur- Jarmv, C, Guard and Mate's Iwltcr fimateur goll honors as qualifying play Club ended yesterday, I J rof<>«;.tionaI Puiil Far-ring ton two will play .Johnny Biizick, of Monette and one ol Ihe or the championship of BlythevUle Countn ing Packing Company team of the Memphis American Legion junior league, This game will be played at Armorel Park. Eddie Stemnc pitched six hit bait lor the Jimsorfi ycxterctay in going HIP nine Inning route. HP kept the six si IK well scattered alUwmc Dyes? to bunch their hits only in thc fifih inninp when H scored its two runs. The rest of the xay he pitched shutout ball. The Juniors got their drive un- derxvay in the ihird with two runs. Stemac opened the Inning by .striking out. Second baseman Ralph Long singled and was sncnfic<*d to arm ml by left fielder Eenny Hays. Catrh^r Charles Garner was hie by a pitched ball and first baseman Bob Childress scored both runners with a lonjz double. They added another rim in the j fourth on a single by Tommy Mos- Icy a'ld f double by Bob Hill. They got another run in the tifih without setting a hit. Hays opened Ihe in- nm? by walking. He stole second and scored on on infieJd error. Another run came in the seventh on singles by Garner- Bynum and an infield error. Then in the ninth third baseman Joe Whisenhunt homered for their final ta.1- Through with No- Hitters, Raschi Says after Miss NE\V YORK itfV-VIc Raschi at his 100th major Jeanne victory. The 33-year-old Yankee right-hander yesterday came within four ou(s ol hurling his /itst tin-run, no-hit game in organized ball. But one fatal piwh to Joe Gms-+- • — berg deprived him of the goal ailj pitchers seek, j Ginsberg, a Hshl hitter, stepped ; to the plate with two out in the eighth inning. Raschi had just funned Walt DropO and Steve Sou- chock and had two strikes on the Detroit catcher. Then he let loose with a fast ball right, do\vn the middle. Ginsberg connected find sent it into the richt field ic Uaschi stands about five or six rows deep- There was no doubt about the always look back with misgiving* Luxora Tops Number Nine By 8-3 Score Number Nine's Minors went down in defeat 8-3 at Number Nine yesterday afternoon in the path of the ?even-hil hurling of T. Quails, Uix- ora Tiger hurler. Quails kept the seven hits he gave up pretty well scattered while he and his teammatos jumped on two Number Mine hurlers for a total of 14 base hits. Charley Keller. I!)-year-old first . . . .Southern A*po«(al4on Tonight's Games: New Orleans at Birmingham fontr game scheduled) Major League Leaders By The Associated Trcsn AMERICAN I.F.AG1IK BATTING — Goodman. Boslon. .348: Woortlinu, New York, .358; Fain. Philadelphia. .324. RUNS — Mlnoso. Chicago, 55: Rosen, Cleveland and Berrii, New York. S4. RONS BATTED IN — Rosen. Cleveland, 56: Zernlal, Philadelphia, 53: Robinson, Chicago and Berra. New York, 52. HITS — Fox. Chicago, lOfi; Robinson. Chicago, 96; Simpson, Cleveland, 96. DOUBLES — Prlddy. Detroit. 23; Robinson. Chicago, Bauer, New- York and Fain. Philadelphia. IB. TRIPLES — Simpson, Cleveland. 8: Ri?,zuln. New York, 7; Young and Rivera. SI. Louis, 6. HOME RUNS — Berrs. New York. 18: Rosen, Cleveland, n; Wertz, Detroit and Zernial. Philadelphia. 1R. STOLEN BARKS — Rirmlo. New York. 12: Avala, Cleveland. 10; Jensen. Washington. 9. PITCHING — Shanlz, Philadelphia. 1S-3: Dorish. Chicago. 5-1: Raschi, New York. 9-2. Saigh Denies Keller's Bonus Cards' Largest Owner Fred M. Saiph of the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday verified report* Mint the Cards paid Charley Keller, first baseman of the Number Nine Nir-ers a "sizeable, bonus" but. according to the St. Louis P(wt Dispatch, declined to give the exact fipures. However, tin? SL Ijoms npwsnapprs*- . quoted Sniph nf. savins fhiU KcHnr's bonus was not the InrRpsI ever given by the club. The pnper al.sn Ktiiles thai- it lind learned Keller's bouus w/i* closer to *3Q,000 ihan to the $15,000 origin nlly reported. It was first estimalpri ibnt Keller's hfmus wns in the neighborhood of $75.000 nfter he told friends thnt he wns satisfied wllh his conl.riirt. Earlier he wns reported to have told friends that he wns trying to Ret n £75.000 contract- Younn Keller was scheduled to leave today for Houston. Tex,, where he ^ins been aligned by the Cardinals. Houston is n member of the AA Texns l,eague. Roller plnyed his finnl game for the Niners yesterdny afternoon and ivent hftle.v In four Mmcs nf b^f ns the Lvixorn Tigers defeated Number Nine R-3. District Legion Tournaments Ditrs .nnrf siles for Hie rii.sl.riet-', . „„ and Mate American lx>glon jnniorf y "' baseball tournnments were fixed over the weekend by Joe Whilley Uttle Rock, stnte Junior bnsr- of Art Larsen Wins Clay Court Title CHICAGO I/Pi - Tnkr- vfHlr OVR oft nnprcdic'.lahlr Art L,irscn nn'rt he rtocs somrthinR smashing, like winning thd Nnllnnnl Cl.i.v Courts fln- clfs and ilmiMi's lilies yesterday. Tlio 27-year-cild I.fli-Mn.'from Sn'u I.randro. Calif, gave thp Davis Gup CommiJIrp of it;p l|KiT,.\ Rornr- thing Ui ihink nh.>ut, as U met in iVc^v Ynrk Tnriay m iinp up (lie new- esl AtnoriiTin cup ,st(uart ID svinnint' his first rlay rourt.i crown itl four yrars o( hyinc. t,ar- ffn r;u:ehl flrc for a l-fi, R-4, f-2. fi-4 virtovy nvci Kigi-.^rrrtrd Dirk Savitl of Oiancc. N. .1.. ml.'rallliKl na'innally only by Vic SPIXS.S. ball chnlrmnn. with thp stnlp tmir- nninont bping ftwardpd to Newport. Tlw slate Inurnnincnl hns been -srherinlprS for Ancust R-lfl. Mr. Whitlr-y said that Walnut Rider nas picked as the site for the toiirnntnent, in District 1A of played the lust week of' Mm month. Other teams in DWriet IA are PigEott, Rector. Pnrnconltl. Walnut Rldfrc. .loneslwro. Marked Tree and West Memphis. Other district, fonranmenl are: nutrift 1R Keher Rprinss: Di^- triel 2 Fayetlevllle; District's l.iltle Rnck: District ^ Slfphens. All district tournaments \vil] be held the last nwk In .Inly anrt all will be double elinnintinn affairs. toiiay that the two will for niprl.il honors. One stroke bank ot the pacesetters was J. M. (Mac) Williams. Jr., with a 75. Bill .1m. Denton of Wilson Is defending champion and as such din) not have, to qualify. Denton and j nimck both drew byes In first- round play. Pirsl-ronnd mctlches nnisl. he completed during this week, Sunday included. First-round lowis In all flit-nts flight. Farrington stated. P.ilriners and qualifying scores (Allow: Cl):implon.s!jjp Flight Denton vs. bye—Stevenson 76 vs. Whitworlh flO—Ouard 74 vs. Terry 1!)—Gee. .Jr.. 19 vs. Whitsitt. M-- Bimc.k vs. bye—Hubbard 78 vs. Handle 83—Williams- 75 vs. I.enti ?.n —McWaters 79 vs. W. A. Afflick 86. First Flight Thomas r vs. Reaslny mines 8ft—Hoke PS vs, Colemnn !)() —CrtDce.r Rf> vs. Gooch 8S—Porter US vs. Fp.rgns Of)—Councille. 87 vs. Dell W—Stickmon 88 re. Kntidscn no. Sernnd Klielil Oee. fir.. HO vs. WniLis m Calch- Ines E)2 vs. Seymore 9S—Thoinosson 91 vs. Rushinp »3—McManns !!2 vs. Hnys !)5~ch!irle.>i Robinson fin vs. Uransoti 93—Florida 02 vs. Jacobs D5 —McCltie 91 vs. Bradley 94— s. Lrach %. Third Flight C. W. Afflick 9S vs. Roeers ion— Cure !Xi vs. Still 102—Farr 9B vs. Phillips 102—Butler. Sr. 9R vs. Hardy 11)7—Stevens sc vs. Becker 100— CnMwell f!7 vs. \Vebb 107 Rainwater % vs. Utley IH2—Rntler. Jr.. flf) vs. R. H. Rnbinwm 109. nid»—— off Weekly Sports Calender McAfee wenl. the distance for Dyess and he was touched for nine hits. Mosley and LOOK were Blythe- home run. Rnsehi took one look. I baseman who signed a St. Louis picked up the rosin bag anil flung j Cardinal contract Friday, played it down disgustedly. j nis last came with Ihe Niners and That it was the. only safely made by the Tmers in their 11-1 loss to went hittess in four times at bat. John McHaffey started on the ww. Bo* scor Dyes* Pincher sg Monday Francis 3b Midget League (Ninth Street! Davis cf Park)—Yarbro vs. Kiwanis s:no p.m. Cornmercinl Lea e lie (Maloney Park l — Fanners Bank vs. D\lro- Chrome 5:30 p.m. Bay Window Leaaue (Littlf Park) ! i,, er in game. "I never had a no-hitler in my life." he said, "and f wanted that vine's leadine hitters with two hits °<™ more than anything in my life, each and Francis got twi for Dy- ! ncver '" rt Bs * aaA a chance as that before. 1 did my- best to eet [ it, but I'll never fry again. It's too [I much of ;i letdown when you do- 1 j n't makfT It." 2i Raschi said the pitch lo Crins- 1 j here, who was hitting .585 when he O^came to bat in the eichth. the Yankee* consoled Raschi not a ni " tor the Niners and lasled until bit. He was a heart-broken pitch- i ? he scre '>tl> when he was relieved the locker room after thc | —Snilivan-Nelson Lite 5:30 p.m. Tuesday Bay Window League (Little Pnrkl vs. Amer. Onited p.m. If Juniors vs. Tnmato Independents, Armorel Pork 2:30 p.m. Wednesday MifiMet League (Ninth St. Park) —Lions vs. American Legion 5:30 p.m. Bay Window League. <Little parlO i vs. Buck 88—White RB! Y vs - 61 Implement 5:30 p.m. Bfl—Kidrt SB vs. H. W.I Thurwlay Miriaet Lpapue (Ninlh SI. Park) —Jayrecs vs. Rotary 5:30 p.m. Commercial League (Xialotiey Pnrk>—Farmers Bank vs. Ark-Mo- Sriuihwestern Hell 5:30 p.m. Y Juniors a( West eMmphls. Friday City tennis tournament begins al Walker Park. Commercial League — Ditro- Chrome vs. Planters Hardware 5:30 p.m. y Juniors vs. Nat Buring of Memphis, Armorel Park 3:30 p.m. McShannin e McAfee p Polls Ib Modesltl If Chrestman rf Taft 3b Totals AB f, 3 i Fllythrville Long 2b Hays If Garnei f. Chlldress Ib Bymim cf Whisenhun*. 3b Mosley rf •Halslefld Hall SK Hill ss Stomac p Totals •Batted for Hill In 3th. 5 3 3 4 3 35 AB 5 3 3 5 5 5 4 1 0 3 3 31 by Bortenhimer. McHaffey was nicked /or 10 base blows and ha save Up four bases on balls. Borien-- himer finisher! /or the Niners ti'/.'i ine up four hits. • Bodenhimer nnrl Fishp.r led Number Nine at the plate each getting two hits. One of Bodenhimer's hits was a lone triple in the ninth In. ning but he was left stranded. McAtloo and Rounsavall led Lux. ora with three hits each. The Niners are scheduled In plaj' al Number I i fast. ball, belt high. But Yogi Ber- ! "! e Blytheville Tigers 1 \ ra. his battery mate, differed wilh Nlne next Swany. 0 him, n "I.ltlle Tnu Gnoil" 0; ''I made it a little too good. 6 j plained Raschi. "hut I put TV Wrestlers On Legion Card Piclts Up $2,400 Top Money in St. Paul Open Six-mnn t-ae wrestling retvirnp t,n the American Legion's mat card at Memorial Auditorium tonight with a pnir of newcomers making their debuts in Blytheville. Heading the list of six arapplers j that, will take part in the kin^ ?i7,ed , r*. is eliifmed that elex-.tririly was ! affair in Fritz Schnabel. the popular I first marip from at.cmic energy etj television grappler. Schnabel will f the Atomic Energy Cimmiwinn's ] team with Eddie Malone and Al I (p-stlnc station in Idaho on Decem- \ Gel?, ncainsf. Don Lewin, Chief Lit.- tie Fox nnrf I,ee Fields in the main j event. Chief LiMle POX Is also n new- corner Co the Elytheville rlnc. He, \ too. is a top fel/;vtsion KTcstltrifr nt-j traction having appeared on video ; semens in a number of the nation's • larger cities 2 "We were just spiting Ginsberg " up." commpnteri Berra, "We had 1 two strikes and one ball on him 1 f and we had him in a, hole. Thc 1 • fourth pitch should have been a 1 hicb one- -a waister. H he struck 2 I at it. all right., but I wanted to use . if to set him up for a low curve, * j That's what he doesn't hit." } { The closest Raschi ever came to n • a no-hitier previoiislv was the 1- hiMer he served to Washington InPt summer. E<5die, Yost singled with two out in the si.xrh- nascbi liarj a no-hitler soinc for him u-ith two otit in the ninth back in 1056 when he pitchm? for Bing- hnmpton in the Eastern league. With a no-hitter in sight, he fumbled a rap back to the box (-o a now a rnnnpr to reach base. The next batter singled for the only hit o/f him. Montana Gets Colder every-1 In Decode, Growing ^ Is Shortened her 20. ST. PAUL. Minn. The den- The Battle of the Herrings Is the name given tr> action in 1429 between the French and English when the Jaft^r were bearing Lenten pro- visions—moMly herring?:—to the be- ?ieging troops at Orleans during the Hundred Years' War. HELENA, Mont, f/pi — Montana has grown colder and wetter during the past 10 years. Mountain glaciers have grown larger in th« cold weather, and the state's growing season has .shortened. R. A. Dightman. chief of the CT. S. Weather Burean in Montana, claims Montana and the entire Northwest,, is in the midst of % cyclical cold period. He has told the Montana Academy .of Sciences that | Weather Bureau /mires show (em- , j peratures for the last lo years hav» averaged 42.2 In Montana. t«'o degrees less than the previous 10 year mean. In 1937 Ihe 10-year average moisture fall was slightly over 11 inches. In 1952 it had cHmbed to 15 inchfis. The increased cold has brought drnmatin growth to the state's glaciers, Dightman said. His figures showed thnt Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park has gained 5 feet in thickness and has extended itself 25 feet downward in ths past year. Over a period of years, since its smallest area WHS measured at, 250 acres, the glacier ha* prown to cover 270 acres. Beside The main event. Three one- fall preliminary bouts are aUo on \vno\AL u-;.u;i r K BATTING — Arlch?. Chicago. -335; Musial Si. Lou:-, .330. Robinson. Brooklyn. 319. RUiVS — Rqb.nsnn. BronUyn and Locfcman. New York, 59; Musial. f Thomson nnd Mueller New Si. I mils, 58. jj, nrj Rnilis. PiuladPlphift 6 ^RVNS BAriEIJ IK — Saner. | HOME RITNS __ v s-, uri -, ChtraRo, Chicago. 12: Jhoin.vnr:, New York, ; 2,7; Hocigcs. nmnklvn. IP- Thnni63: HpdEes. Brooklyn. 58- ] son, New York .intj Kiner, Pitts- HHS — Musial. St. Louis. PS: j burirh. IS. Lockman. New York and Adams. STOLEN BASES-Rrpsp Brook- Cincinnati. M. | , vn . ]fi; j r , hrf , ei p rts(on , 15; Robin . son, Brooklyn. 13. Red Export Ban Again Extended Rome TO siny empty a while Inncer. [ Snm Sneacl. White Sulphur About 10 rtnys a^o Mlddlncoff. [ ftprincs. W. Va,, pocked $1 flOO when fprline stale, considered rtwerMng j he ntided n B7 to his parlier rounds the tmiriinment polf cirrutt. for n | of 66-66-72 for a 72-hole total of while to eo back (o his offirr. He i 271. /•banned his mind nnd. AX a result I Rnnsom. co-leader with 64 the is w.aro richer today. | n^t day. nnd leader at 130 after piny rtnrimr the first couple {wo days, finished a stroke behind Motn "' to tip the record for four e »-«™ ^u. r at Keller b >'jthc card with MaJonc meeting LJt- FYix, Srhnabpl nieeting Fields . During (heir period of maximum growth, youn? birds-may cnt more than their weitjht in one day. of dnys of t)ie Mnfnr City O]ipn in Or'rrvit hrlpprt rhaner his mind, He won that Inurnnmem am! S2.400. Yesterriny he- .srorert his second viftory in n week—shon'mcr a rrc- nrr!-(>Uic 72-holp 26fi fo tnkp top four(h. Earh won Jl.lfJO BINOAPORK OTi--Tlir Sincannre ; money nf *?.400 In the St. Paul Op- ( 'vrrnment has Issued n further, cti over Krl.ler Covir^e. •ad to win fst round of the final day--a by Skoe Rjecel. Tnlsa. Okla.— e him 27-1 and a fir irith Roberto Vincrn7o. Buenos Aires, for list nf artirlCi banned for to Commnni-t Chim. York | phoio plun printing mricii rro.'ylLr arlci. inrlutlinv piua. ; ,ind orlho riTjsol and svlrnol. pinfcii' cuitiiic and forminc i including hark:-,T-v blaries. ;ind cc^oncs for met^il morkini: export i lie played Rood, but not suecU- I cubr. polf the first two days. Hl> :rnphsj tti'ftf—133 left hjm (hree strokes buck nf Henry Rnn.^oni. St. An- di'e\vp. III. On the third nay, with a high wind eivinc most cnatest- ams trnnblr. he markecl up n 67 to co ihroe Mrokes nheari. Puttlnp brilliantly, hp adder! a 66 Some Birds Don't Learn RALntJR. Cnnada i^. — Some birds never IP am, A bank swallow Ihnt was bnnded and reipasert in this Cfnrriil Maniloba town retsirn- . ed to thp j^nnie plarp where it was c.nucht. nlninst exacily one year later. DOUBLES — Rchocnrtirnst. St. Louis. 23: Williams. New York, TRIPLES — .lethrnp. PITCHING — i Hearn. New York, Boston, ' Brooklyn, K-2. ipUrHiiens lo export tlir,^ ar* to Hone Knni: must prnffor •toe, Brooklyn. 7-0 rrrttfirnir; from authorities ilirrp Erskme. ! tli^t they are rcquircri in thnt rol- i nnv. 9-2; BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, July 14 8 p.m. Adults 50e —Children 15c 6 MAN TAG MATCH Fritx Schnabel, Al Gets & Eddie Malone VS. Don Lewin, Littl* Fox & Lee Fields Also 1-Fall Matches Molone vs, Little Fox Schnnbel vs. Lee Fields Lewin vs, Al Getz GLIB BHRTOn For ATTORNEY GENERAL Endorsed l(XKt At Home By **>« Lawyers oi H>e 12tb and 15th Judicial Circuits. KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodlnm ChlnrMe. M"r pure! Fliif IrMlft) for dry »|>pllc»lion. S12..W »«r 1M IW. A. H. 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