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SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1951 BT.YTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE mi Oste. 9*. A (2AIH4M& Football or Baseball—Bums' Scout Frank Bridges Well Versed in Both Generally speaking, baseball men leave football talk up to foolljall men and football men do vice-versa. But not Prank Bridges, the Brooklyn Dodgers' talent scout. He's a graduate of both sports and is Just as much at home talking football as he is baseball. . . Frank currently is assigned the duty of beating the bushes ul Arkansas and Texas seeking out likely looking candidates far the Dodgers 1 farm system and we bumped into him Thursday while he was in town running down a couple of leads, one of which was Charley Keller, the lad who reputedly was offered A^O.OOO by one major league c!ub for his signature. You see, Frank, a wiry little Texan in his 50's, had a long and respectable football coaching background before he began talent hunting for the Brooks. He coached at Baylor. ball after lie became manager at Detroit. Since the departure of Branch Rickey from EbtacLs Field, the Dodgers-have more or less relaxed their Hai'dui-Simmoiis, Texas Tech and intensified program of scouting f<. St. Mary's and was_an instructor on Negro players, According to Frank. the staff of San Francisco's Athletic Club. His last fling at football mentoring was in Brooklyn with (he professional gridiron Dodgers. Frank was reluctant to talk about his beloved Dodgers and their apparent runaway in the National League. Instead he wanted to talk football. So, we obliged . ."You know," lie Wxan. "iiil* i* a go«d_ football town. ' We used to stop here when I was at St. Mary's 2nd workout at the high school. We'd hit town, register at the hotel and then Ko out lo the high school and workout and then fake off the next morning. We traveled quite a bit and we'd try to make Blythevllle whenever we could." Then he went on to tcli about his much publicized St. Mary's teams .of those years... ,"Boy. those were the days." he said laughingly. "I was at St. Mary's during the depression years and it was tough trying to keep the school going. However, the east Texas oil fields blew in .obout that time and thai was a big ®3'.p. We even tried Sunday football •5* a saviour. Did all right on the road but couldn't make it at home. Thdt's why we traveled." Discovered Lyons PoMibly Frank'5 greatest claim . to fame as a baseball talent hunter was. the finding and tutoring of Ted Lyons, the former Detroit Tiger ([real..."He was the first boy I ever sent up," Frank said. "Ha went straight from Baylor in the biff leagues, you know. I enached him in his college nays, lie was quite a boy. I got in base- .. ."When the new administration took over," he said, "They called us in and asked us what we thought about it. We expressed our feelings and after that, things eased up..,. But (here's no getting around it," he added, "there are some great ones. Campanella is the best, catcher in the league and Jackie Robinson j KND OF A CHAMPION—Ezzard Charles lies prone on canvas as Referee Buck McTieman stands over him after Jersey Joe Walcott islanding) knocked out the world heavyweight title holder in the seventh round of their title fight at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh, Pa., Wednesday night. (AP Wlrephoto). AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. G.B. Boston Chicago . New York Cleveland Detroit Washington 52 53 50 51 . 39 37 49 Philadelphia ... 36 SI. Louis 27 .598 .596 .595 .593 .410 .431) .404 .314 Brooklyn . New York . St. Louis .. Cincinnati . Philadelphia Boston . Chicago . .. Pittsburgh . NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. 54 32 47 41 Browns Draw 15,000 With Fireworks, Carver but Lose 1-0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS .li'28 .534 44 42 43 38 35 34 .524 .500 .494 .463 .443 .405 Hotli the St. I.ouis Cardinals and Browns lost yester- ! day but pitcher Ned Carver and his hoss Bill Veeck proved G •"• that people like to see a jjood performance even though it involves a last-place eiub. + At. Sportsman's Park, a crowd of 5,24;! turned out to watch SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W I. I'd. G.H, Little Rock 58 36 ,617 .;,. Birmingham . ,, 56 -io .583 3 i Memphis 53 Don Newcombe have great." ____ been ! Sports In Spurts Best comment of the week came from Jlarry Grayson, N'ews Enterprise Associates' sports editor who said of Walcott's surprise win over Charles: "Walcott Is the first 'Senior Champ.'" Now the juniors, like In the Brotherhood of Railroad trainmen, must await Iheir seniority rights.". .Hollywood, which In past pictures ha; played up the college athlete as the "do or die for Rig Time U" type now Is making a new movie 1 which hits hard at the "buying" of football Uleht by colleges and alumni ass4icia- linns...The movie, which will be released at the opening of football season, is entitled "Saturday's Hero" and Its based on the book "The Hero" written by Milliard I.ampell three years ago. . From Fred Hetrucelli of the Arkansas Democrat comes word that reports around the .Southern Association Charlie Hurlh, the Association's president, will nut seek re-election in 1952. According io Fred, Hurfh. whiwe wife Is related lo Branch B/^key, may land a spot with the V'ittsburgh Pirate*.... Triple Play Aids Mobile In Double Win Over Pebs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Th« R*d Sox Mobile Bears have drawn the Southern Association pennant race tighter (nan at any time since May 33. They a truck, down the pa ce -s et- +• ; ting Little Rock Traveler* twice Jast night, shaving vheir lead over Birmingham w three game*. The to&ruim copped tha opiner in eight Sffmings, 3-2, and took the winriup, 7-2. Ace lefthanders Leon Griffeth and Bob LudwicJ needed aid from | Marion Fricano in the iccond tilt." Ths double triumph ran Mobile's winning streak, to seven and was th* 23rd aucce&s in their last 32 starts since they began their sensational climb from the depths of . tha second division. Adding glitter to their performance, the Bears pulled a triple play ID tha fourth Inning of the opener. WJth runners &t first and third, Mobil e third sack er Le-s Bar ne.s caught Dave Jaska's liner, touched th* bag for the second out and rifled A throw to firat, tripling ilow-fooced Al Flair, Chirks Win Birmingham shaded the Chattanooga Lookouts, 3-2, to take lull advantage c' the Travs' misfortune and pick up a game and a half. A homer by Baron third baseman Walt Rogers in the firth turned out to be the winning run. The blow closed the scoring and gave fcthe winners all their runs in the one inning Len SchulU, new Baron infielder, was on base with a single when Rogers hit /$r the circuit. Th' game was fl well pitched affair between lefthanders Al Sima! of Chattanooga and Birmingham's ] Jim Wallace. The third-place Memphis Chicks also gained a length and a half on Little Hock. Tha fast - moving Tribesmen erupteri for six runs in the eighth and pushed over another pair in the ninth to ha'nti the New Orleans Pelicans their eighth straight loss, 13-7. The big rally came at the expense of Preston Pilkin.s and Chuck Fednri.s, second and third Pel pitchers. Jerry Da hike, second of lour Memphis mound* men, got his sixth victory against three setbacks. Nashville rallied for a pair of scores in the eighth to trim the sliding Atlanta Cracker.-:. 4-3. The Vols counted the winning inn on a ;ly ball b.v catcher Bob Brady. Ef- fecth e relief hurling by rookie Dick Vcrbic earned him hi.s fourth •Jjfictory- "Hie !cv>s left Atlanta dan- *?<ing only two games in front of the sixth-place Vcls. Dodgers After Charley Keller Jonesboro Baseballei" To Work Out with Bums JONESBORO, July 21. (AP)— The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Ihe fore in the race to sign up Charley Keller. 18-year-old Jonesboro basketball star, when Keller said today he would work out with the Dodgers In 31 Louis next week. Keller admitted lie had had several conferences with Frank Bridges. Dodger scout, here and in Blytheville recently, but denied be had been offered a bonus, rumored as high ai 840,000, to sign with the Bums. He earlier refuted a »20 000 bonus to sign with another club however. Keller, » first baseman, has been sought by the Boston Red Sox, the Chicago Cubs, and the Detroit Til- ers. 5 Keller, has a basketball scholarship to the University of Kentucky. Durocher Signs New Giant Pact NEW YORK. July 21. Durocher has signed — Leo one-xear American Race Gels Tight As Boston and Chicago Lose By RAI.l'H KOIIKN Associaled 1'rcss Sports >Vriler .005—That insignificant figure is the diffci-enci between lirst and fourth place in the sizzling American League pennant race today. The Boston Red Sox lead the jam session by two percentage points. The Chicago White Sox are second, the New York Yankees third and the Cleveland Indians fourth. The race tightened up consider-* ably last night as both the White Sox and Red Sox lost while the Yanks and Indians \'cm squeakers. Boston dropped a u-1 decision to the Detroit Trgera while the white Sox lost a 2-1 ten-innuig battle to th« Washington Senators. The contract to manage the New York Giants again In 1952. Durocher. who Inked the pact- .yesterday, said: "I'm very happy a bout the new contract. AA far a,s ['in concerned, I've never worked Tor any other club/ 1 Next year will ^ be Dvirocher's fourth full season with the Giants. Out Where the Tall, Etc. KEMPTVILLE. Onl. (AP) -A 69- inch stalk of Timothy hay was round by T. J. Coppineer on his farm near here. Average height of the plant, used as horse and cattle feed, is three to four feet. on the 30 day of June. 1952. Max E- Sulcer Subscribed and sworn to before I me this 16 day of July 1951. Notice is hereby given that the] Mrs. Marshall Blackard undersigned has filed with the Com-! (Notary Public) mlssioner of Revenue* of the State' My Commission expires: 3953. of Arkansas for permit to sell andj 7-21-5] dispense beer at retail on the prem- j —~—-•- l.scs described as Main St-, Joiner.' Mississippi County. j The undersigned states that he ts ! R citizen of Arkansas, ol good moral! character that he has never been j ronvJcled of s felony or othrr crime* 1 imolviusr moral turpitude: that no 1 ]KCU?<* to srl! brrr by the nncier- fanned '^s l>coi; revrtki'd within five; JYALS ••:•"• * past: and that the under-' signed has never been convicted of [ violating ti:e laws of this state, or any other slnte. relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for nermit to be l->-! sn d f r i t-^i:•-•''••} hppiuni g on the 16 day of July 1951, and to expire; Yanks edged the St. Louis Browns. 1-0. and the Indians nipped the Philadelphia Athletics, 1-0, in ten Innings. Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Dodgers retained their eight-game lead in the National League. The Dodgers defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-2, as the New York OSants trounced the Cincinnati Reris, 11-5, the Philadelphia Phils knocked off the Chicago Cubs, 4-3, in 11 Innings and the Boston Braves humbled the Pittsburgh Pirates. 11-6. Marlln Stuart, 32-year-old right- hander, made his first start ot the season and shackled the Red Sox on six hits before 45,653 fans at Detroit. Kfusrt Is Winner Stuart, called up late in May from Toledo, slipped his newly-developed slider past the Boston sluggers without trouble except for the sixth Inning when singles by Lou Boudreau. and Billy Goodman scored a run. " The Tigers hopped on Chuck Stobhs for five runs and the ball game In the fourth Inning. Jerry Priddy, Oeorge Kell, Vic Wertz and Johnny Groth opened the Inning with successive singles. One out later. Hoot Evers and Bob Swift singled and after Stuart forced Groth at the plate. Nell Berry clouted a two-run single to complete the rally. Chicago was one out away from regaining firnt place. The White Sox Jed. 1-0, going into the ninth and Lou Kretlow retired the first two hitters. Ed Yost singled and Gil Coan whacked a double, hi.s fourth hit of the game, to tie the score. The Senators, beaten ten straight times by Chicago, won out In the tenth on singles by Mickey Vevnon Sam Mele and Cass Michaels' run- scoring ground out. Young Tom Morgan won a brilliant pitching duel from little Ned Oarver, Brownie ace, at St. Louis. Morgan permitted three singles while Garver was tapped for six hits. The Browns' largest crowd of the season, 15,242 fans, witnessed the well pitched game. The Yanks broke a scoreless tie In th« eighth. Morgan started the rally with a single. Phil Rizzuto singled Morgan to second and the rookie righthander scored two outs later on a single by Bobby Brown. In the pitching gem at Cleveland hustling Bob Avala doubled Dale Mitchell home from first base with two out in the tenth. It was the second game in a row Availa has won. Thursday he scored from first on a single to beat the Red Sox In U Innings. Rt>e Stop« Cards Sam Zoldnk. former Indian, and Mike Garcia battled all the way Zoldak allowed eight hits while Garcia checked Philadelphia four. Lefty Preacher Roe turned in his I3th victory as the Dodgers made It seven straight over the Cardinals before 30.683 at Brooklyn. Home runs by Enos Slaughter and WFiily Wi-stlakn accounted lor all of St. Louis' runs. Roe now has thrown 20 home run balls, tops the majors. Home runs by Willie Mays and Sal Yvars featured the Giants' victory over the Reds. Mays drove In Who's Next for Walcott? IBC Will Pick His Opponent CAMDEN, By RALPH BERNSTEIN July 31. (AP)—Tlie only thing certain about the heavyweight boxing picture today is that Jersey Jo« Walcott la champion and that he has Old Mat Feud To Be Renewed Roberts and Moody To Take on Welchs The Welch brothers-Red Roberts mat feud will be renewed again at Memorial Auditorium M o n <i a y night. Two of the four wrestling Walch brothers, Roy and Joe, have been booked to oppose Roberts and another of their ring enemies. Jack Mocdy in the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bonus in Lhe Auditorium ring. The Welch-Roberts feud is one of ti:e oldest in southern wrestling circles dating buck nearly two decades when Roberta first began wrestling. The ring feud has been kept alive through the years by challenges and counter-challenges. Each renewal brought more anger to both sides until today a match between the Welchs and either Robert. 1 ; or Bill Canny is a tremer.dous drawing card. Two one-fall preliminary bants are also on the card with Roy Welch meeting Moody and Jack talcing on Roberts. Bombers to Play Memphis Team Blytheviile's Negro baseball team, the Bombers, will play at home aga.a this weekend meeting the Memphis Travelers at Walker Park tomorrow sfternoon. The Bumlicrs have lost but one game this season. A special bleacher section will be reserved for white spectators. Game time is 2:30 p.m. very prosperous future. + Walcott Is committed by contract j to give Ezzard Charles a return shol at the title in New York. But big question marks have suddenly appeared, fogging the heavyweight horizon, will Walcolt fight Charles next; or will the new champion risk boxing's most coveted crown In .the ring with the old brown bomber, Joe Louis? And then will Charlei meet th« winner of this match? The answer might come from Jim Norris. president of the International Boxing Club that has exclusive rights to Walcott. Charles and Louis. Up until" yeslerHay 11 appeared certain that tbe next big heavyweight light would be a fourth Wal- coti-Charles meeting. Then Felix Bocchicchlo. Walcotfs manager, let loose a statement that packed clmost as much dynamite as the left hook that Walcott used to kayo Charles. Bocchicchlo sale Joe Louis had asked for the firs crack at Waicotfs title. Said Bocchicchio: "Be Glad to oblige" • "I told Joe It was okay with me if it was okay with the International Boxing Club. Ixsuls Rave us two shots at the title. I think w« owi It to him. Walcott will be glad to oblige Louis if Norris and IBC sa' okay." The only comment from the IBC was from Harry Markson, the club 1 managing directul. He said Norris told him Ihe only fight he wa. working oil was a return bout be twcen Walcott end Charter. What has the Charles' camp to say about all this? The only com nient was from the volatile Jaki Mintz, currently under suspicion by the Pennsylvania Boxing Commls. Elon for arguing over judges prioi to last Wednesday's title fight. "Any report that Walcott wll give Louis Ihe first shot Is a lot o baloney. We have an ironclad con tract with Walcott Jor &7.ard to have first crack." The funny thing about this whole picture is that all parties concerned are speaking the truth. WalcoU would like to give Louis a chance; Walcott knows he must meet, Charles first if E//.ard demands It; Norris is working on a Walcoll- Charles rematch: IxniLs wants an early shot because he's in the best shape he's been in for several years. It probably all will be settled late next week when Walcott and Bocchicchio get together with the IBC. Mobile Atlanta Nashville . . Orleans . Jhaltanooga . . 51 41 46 40 38 43 40 50 53 60 .552 .510 .485 .465 .408 .388 14', 20 22 VESTKKUAY'S RESULTS N'atiunal League Brooklyn 5. St. Louis 2 Nesv York 11. Cincinnati 5 Philadelphia t. Chicago 3 111 Inn- Boston 11. Pittsburgh a American Lcagu? Cleveland 1, Philadelphia 0 (II) nnings) New York 1. St. Louis 0 Detroit 6. Boston 1 Washington 2, Chicago 1 Southern 'Association Mobile 3-1, Little Rock 2-1 Nashville 4. Atlanta 3 Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 2 Memphis 13- New Orleans 1 TODAY'S GAMES National Uairue Cincinnati at New York St. Louis at Brooklyn Chicago at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Boston American Leaxu* New York at St. LouU Washington at Chicago Boston at Detroit Philadelphia at Cleveland 'Southern Association Night Gamex Memphis at New Orleans Nashville at Atlanta LHtla Rock «t Mobile Chattanooga at Birmingham Dirty Sox Top Roughnecks Baker Hurls Two-Hitter As Courier Team Wins The Courier News Dirty Sox go two hit pitching from Billy Bake: yesterday afternoon as they whippet Montgomery - Ward's Roughneck. 8-4 in R Commercial Softball League game at Mdloney Park. The Dirty Sox wrapped up th game In the first Inning with a flve- riln uprising. A single run In the second two In the fourth completec their scoring. Sampson »nd Williams managed the only safe blows off Baker. The Dirty Sox got.hut five hid of: Duncan but three of them cami In their big first Inning. Whlsenhunt led the courier's hit ting with two homers and a singli ii: three tlmj.i at tat. City Softball Standings COMMERCIAL LEAOUE Leather Puller* Dirty Sox Money Changera Juveniles ' W 14 n io 7 2 . 1 Pet .77 ,B6 AS .50 .21 four runs, three on a home run In the eighth Inning. Yvars connected with one on in tbe seventh. 1 e triumph moved the Giants into second place ei^ht Ratnes behind the Dodgers and one ahead of the Cards. Boston also piled up an early lead in smearing the Pirates. The Braves hacker 1 Vorn I.aw for six runs In the first inning and added three ^ , more in Die second. Ralph Kiner Condition OT retain smashed a 390 foot homer for Pittsburgh's first run in the fourth inning. The belt was Kiner's 24th, four behind Brooklyn's Gil Hodges who tops the Meld with 28. Pirate outfielder Erv DusaV suffered a separated left shoulrier while driving !« make n. shoestring catch in the second Inning. He will be sidelined from four to six weeks. liichie Ashburn singled with (he bases loaded and one out In the llth to !<tve the Phils the nod over the Cubs. 'Steadily PARIS, July 21 M',— The condition of Henri Philippe Petaln. 95- year-old chief of fYance during ihe Nazi occupation, WBJ reported steadily worsening today. His lawyer. Jacues l.sorni. said he anil members were Painters BAV WINDOW LEAGUE W L Pet Sullivan-Nelson . 10 a 1 83 American United Life 7 5 58 61 Implement t g .50 Moose Club 4 8 .33 Meada 4 -; .35 Ark-Mo 4 7 .38 Yeu. off the west coast of France where Petain Is hospitalized. Sports Roundup By HUGH FULLKIM'ON. JP, n> Nc,iv lUHrw, JU1J ti [rt'i— Allei II ilie woruaite ituu .ias been ex- ueu on football and television It ~as mevilRule that some coach—or ire^.s agent—snomd uome up with L -TV" (oimsuion. , . Ami youth ;arollna's Rex &nriKlii isn't one lo igljt off the inevitable. . . uex aicl- 11> tuive a tlcpunuiioJe passtr loi us learn last season ami wtsecracKs jmi 1115 oesi qu titter backs are the .lumni tie meets every time he :a]k5 clown the street. . . So tnis our he's puuing in a "V" lormu- i—a Aort 01 H uouole WHIR setup ii lioih the quarter ana luh 1 - >ack close together at the point o( he V—to go along with the regu- ar 'I'. IL'JJ supposed lo improve the lenal auacic and io open up the defenses so Steve Wadlak can run 1101 e. . . Sieve, you remember, is .ha husky Chicago boy who gained W8 y&ras lor South Carolina season althougn he often encoun- eied eight and nine man lines in mdficld and had to carry the additional burden o( the nauseating iiclmame ol "Th 1 (.no «. please) Cadillac.". . . p.S,: wonder it Hex iiows th» NCAA limits "TV" games to two a season? Service With * Sntile Danny Thorcui, v«ter*n Indiana U. football guard from Ham- tr&mck, Mich., never ha* to suffer thute IrrJUlinf delay* in the rooming hous« where he U Uv- Inc during summer school. . . Danny »haret th« UcLlitlea wilh a student from Japan and each morning » s Thomas hexd* down lh« hall to shave Ui« Japanese Lai cornea to the doorway and bows respectfully from the waist. . . You M«, Danny, a veteran of some of the toughest fighting in the Pacific, ha» (he Marine Corps emblem tattooed on hU arm. Sports pou rrl Bernle Moore, Southeastern Conference commissioner, is trying to coop up ,a triple track and liek meet with the Southern and South west Conferences. Each would sem th« lirst three men in each even at it* own title meet to the big show. . . Billy Herman's Richmond Colls had lost eight straight Piedmont Leagues by one run and then won two by the same margin when Billy decided he'd had enough and resinned. . . Tradition J.ote: Nine Hambletonian winners also have won Ihe Arthur S. Tornpkins Memorial, two-year-old preview of the buggy whip derby which Is raced the day before HambEetonlan Day. Last year's TompkliUi winner was Scotch Rhythm. . . Stan Heath, the pro footballer who went to Canada last year and came back, to join the Cleveland Browns, is living In Cleveland and getting some 6f£ season tutoring from Paul Brown. to watch tha Browns against the New Yorlc Yankees. That's by far the biggest Brownie crowd this season. Carver was seeking,—but failed to eglsler—hi.s 13Lh victory. He drup- ied a tough i-(j decision in a tight nonnd duel with Tom Morgan. The Browns' little righthander ave up six hit.s, three of them in he fntcfuj eighth inning when cw York scored the lone tally. Morgan himself came in with the winning run. He opened the frame vith a single, went to second on 'hlj Rimiio's single and crossed he plate later on a hit by Bobby Jrown. Morgan Gives Three IlHs Morgan dished up only three hits, Til single.!, to chalk up his lifth straight triumph. Veeck again entertained the crowd with band niiisic. a firework* display and some circus acts, At Brooklyn, the Cardinals svent down 5-2 before the Dodgers, who lad been in their worst slump ol the season. They had lost six out of seven games. Fo/ the fifth time In five starts, Preacher Roe was the winning pitcher against the Birds. He yielded as many hits as Brooklyn recorded, sever;, but spaced them out- a little more Judicially. Max Lanier. who went seven innings, was the loser in a setback which dropped the Card* into third place — nine games back. Enos Slaughter and Wally Westlake homered, accounting for th« Red Birds' only tallies. Plowboys Defeat Moose Club 7*4 JBixty-One Implement Company 1 ! Plowboys knocked the Moo5« Club into the Bay Window League cellar with a 7-4 victory at Little Park yesterday. 1 The Plowboys scored four runs la rhe /ir.st Inning and another in th* second to Ice thi gama early. Their other two cam* in the third. J- P. Garrott was the lotinjr pitcher a_n he yielded nlnt hita. Sonny Stiles was tha winner even though ha was tagged for a bin- Rl«. Monday afternoon Ark-Mt> ta scheduled to play the MOOM Club. Weak End Nol«« Th» Harlem Glub« Trottera, who just finished Louring North Africa, now arc heading for Greece »nd Austria, jf Abe -S-i persleln U In hla usual scouting form, you can't tHi wiieta Ri<l V«eck's next ball player will come from. . . When I'rincelonian tloiiy Jtonan, v.1io did some arguing wilh Steve Owen at the Ser - ior BOH I game, decided lo play prt* football with tbe Giant*, he quipped: "I'd enjoy battling a- galn wilh old Steve/". . . To which old Steve repiird: "Thai hoy won't have any time fur me after he gets through battling at ramp." Tha diameter of th* planet Jupiter \K n times that of the earth. Ten inches of snow equals water content otie Inch of ram. HAIRY VETCH New Crop Vetch Seed IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Place Your Order Now! Blytheville Soybean Corp. Phone—6856 — 6857 CLOSED We're laking a vacation! We'll he closed from July 22 lo August 6. Barker Body Shop •125 E. Kentucky IMionc 2500 ENTRY BLANK Y Tennis Tournament Starts Monday, July 23 All Matches at Walker Park Address ........ Dmihlcs Doubles I'artner .................. Knlry Deadline fi P.M. July 21 Mall to Blylheville Y or Cmiriei News BLYTHEVILLE WRESTLING Monday, July 23 8:00 p.m. TAG MATCH Roy Welch & Joe Welch Adult* SOc—Children 15c Red Roberts & Jack Moody For Reserved Seals. Call :!389 Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minul* Matches Roy vi. Moody Joe vs. Roberts PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 160 On Your Dial Sunday, July 22, 1951 MOUSING 7:00—Sign On ' " 7:00—Gosuel Gems 8:00—Church of Christ B: 15-Mitchell Boy's Choir 8:30—Bolln Trio 8:45—Southern Gospel Singers 9:00—Southern Four 9:15—Harmony Four 9:30—Spiritual Five 3:45—Union Quartet .11:00—News 10:05—Organ Melodies 10:25- -Church Notes 10:30—Chapel in th« sky 11:00—Church Services AFTERNOON 12:00-Cards vs. Phillies 4:15—Lombardo Time 4:.10—Lutheran Hour 5:00—News 5:05—Sunday Serenade 6:00—News 6:05—Music for Tomorrow 6:30—Proudly We Hail 7:00— News 7:05—Evening Serenade 7:15—Sign Off Monday, July 16, 1951 MORNING 5:00—Sign On 5:00—Musical Roundup 6:00—News 6:05—Farm Fair 6:19—Muslcft] Rnur.d-Up 6:30—Gospel Gems 7:00—News 7:05—Yawnln' In the Mornln' 3:00—News S:I5--South America VVajr 8:30—KOSE Kaper.i 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9:30—Meet The Menjous 9:45—rjesrcst Mother 10:00—Mews 10:05—Concert Master 10:30—Club 860 11:00—New* 11:05—Club 860 11:30—Farm Fair U'TKR.NOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:0f>—TvOitnti the News 1.05—Matinee Melodie-s 1:30—Tin Pan Alley 1:45—Marine Show 2:00—News 2:05—Murriy't Midhous* 3:00—News 3:05—Mexico Calls 3:15—In the Groove Boy'i 3:30--Hepilme 4:30—Cisco Kid 5:00—Record RacX 5:5.V -News 6:00—It's Dai\c« Ttma 6:15—Social Security 6:30—Sportsman 6:45—Mfet the Band 7:00—News 7:05—Evening Serenade 7:16—Sisn Off

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