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•_i*TUBP'AY, DECEMBER 8, 1949 Pap Cagers Win From Luxora But ^^ ' ' * Girls Suffer Loss h=oi, , I | ly . i : heville ' s Squaws and Papooses opened their 1943-50 basketball season last night by dividing a double header with teams from Luxora }|i B h School at Haley Kick! gym. e ° f t! ' e lal ' Kest Cl '° Wds ever to witness an opcnii.B re „„ lhe PapoosCH C( , go imt L||c , llxo| . ;i ^.^ a thi-illing first game and the Squaws outclassed ' e Mperjellced Luxora girls' teaiu 47-2n in the ni|?lit- MS-M m cap 8 ni °' II was the first game of (lie season ofr the Blythevillc teams' opening a 17-game schedule and in spite o[ (he split, the Blytheville fans along with a large crowd from Luxora, witnessed two good games, Montroe Holland, the Paps' big six-foot, two-inch center, led his tearn to victory, meshing 16 points, most of them follow shots. Bobby Tate, captain of the Luxora juniors, pared his teams with la tallies. I'aps Lead All the Way 'Hie Paps, led by seven returnees ' * "^ i <iH3, lefj uv ,-)(;* c;iI I<fl[lznCL'5 mtj L-tit^i i;ti[i['Cl i from last year's learn, jumped inlo Sleele gymnasium. the lead " a t the opening whistle and never relinquished Vml they *-ere pushed bv the scrappy visitors all tlie way. Blytheville led 7-5 at the end of thc first quarter, 27-13 at halltime and held their biggest margin, 36-18. at the end of the third quarter. Llixora's girls simply had too much experience for Coach Domm Johnson's Squaws but the game little Squaws battled back despite the odds. Coach Tye Adams' sextet built up an early lead in the first two Periods and then coasted home with the reserves playing most of the second half. H. Hanna paced the visitors with a lotal of 22 points followed closely by team mate Cockrell with 20. Co-Captain Lucreta Bunch and Billie Presnell led Blytheville with eight each. The lineups: Roys' Game t Blytheville (38) Pos. Luxora (30) Hays C4) .... F .. (IB) B. Ta(c Gentry F. .. (3) Bennett Childers (2) .. C (7) Smltll O'Brien (11) . G (2) Bnrch Langley (5) .. G Gentry Substitutions: Blytheville — Holland <16), Hlggenson, HalseU'. Mosley, Gilbert, Nelson, Skeltof, Loggins. Luxora — White. R. Tale, and Bourland. Girls' Game L»,vora (471 Pos. Blytheville 1291 . F. 18) B. prcsnell . f. (II) .}. Phillips . F. . O. G. G. (8) L- Bunch M. Hole B O'Dell p. Fowler K. Hana 122) Richardson . Cockrell (20) Sexton ...... Brooks Grimes ...... Substitutions: Luxora — E. Hnn- na%i4), Johnson, Stephenson (71) Potecl. Clark and Woolverton. Bly- thevilile — D. Storev (2), V. Jones, L. Hodge. J. Ted'lock. Officials . (both. Barnes) — Arthur Ccartey and' George Clark. , . (Hendrix) Kneilsen Teams A With Murphy for Mot Performance Stocky Kneilsen, veteran heavyweight ijrnppler, will make his return to the Blytheville rinR Monday night alter a long Absence to take part In the tag match main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts: at Memorial Auditorium. * Kneilsen will team with newcomer Pat Murphy in the feature bunt against Don Keene and Chris Bclkas, a pair of young heavies. Kneilsen last performed here a little more than a year ago. Be returned to the circuit only recently after touring" other parts of the South and Southwest. This will be the second appearance here of Mitrph}-. The mmis- tached Irishman made his debut - here last week In a tag bout and immediately established himself as a favorite with Biytheville fans. Belkas is n former Olympic weight lifting champion and during World War II was stationed at Blytheville Army Air Base. Keene l.s a younger brother ol veteran Charley Keene. In addition to the main event two fi one fall preliminary bouts are also ~ on the card. In the first Kneilsen will meet Belfca.s and In the second Murphy will tangle with Keene. Santa Ana in Top Shape for Junior Rose Bowl SANTA ANA, Calif.. Dec. 3. liVt— The Santa Ana Junior College football team Is expected to be in peak- shape tor ii.-i Little Bowl game . Dec. 10 with Little R OC k. Coach Bill Cook today said that nsht halfback Carlos Lillywhitc. who has been sidelined with an ankle, injury. Is back In form, and Ihe janie is true of defensive Hue backer Fred Mlrchoff. Steele's Boys Take 2 Wins in Bragg City Tilts STEELE, Mo., I>cc. 3 - Stel-le's •nrslty and "B" teams both came off with victories last ni«ht when they entertained Brass City at the . The "B" game turned out lo lie the rcnl thriller. Tile -score was tied, - . , 8-8, at halftime and 15-15 at the met of four periods, stcele gathered a 19-15 win in an overtime ner- iod. rrM . j •"•><• uuiv ;imi ;i!5t) lor tile extra l he varsity had a little easier lime point. Bobby Johnson went \? yards a 15 ~" lelul at thc h " lf ' ror llie scn ' ntl TD - Smackover Wins Double-A Crown Buckaroos Outclass Subiaco Trojans 14-7; Poeahonfas in Finals Tly Carl SScll Ll'ITl.K HOCK, Dec. 3, H>, _ Kmaekover, the football-crazy little town in the South Arkansas oil fields, at la.st has its reward for many years ot trying—thc state Class AA high school champlcn- Tlie Uuckaroos long have produced collepe grid slurs, claimed unofficial titles and come clnse lo official ones. But their H-7 victory over Subiaco here last night pave them their first llonesc-to-eoodiiess. undisputed crown. For a half it looked as though Sr.iackover might lie denied aRiiin because, while there was no scoring in the first two periods Sub- mco's Trojans definitely had the better of things. Then the Buekjiroos came buck i" a fighting mood and turned loose one of the most deceptive and ncad- l.v T running attacks ever seen in Arkansas prep football. They let, tackles and ends, as well as backs, curry liaiidntis from the quarterback- is they moved to one touchdown in (he third period and another in the fourth. Claude Thomas plunged for the iilso for the extra BLYTHE\TLLE (ARKJ COURIER NEW3 o,,. VIM ' the Bulldog weiu on to win. 27-17. J. Franklin and L. Cecil led siecle ;cormg with nine and eight points respectively. Pderlmrk (10) Frame (1) ..... Cameron (4) "B" O:imc Pos. P p c. . .. . .. Walk-ins (4) .. G... Goodman G. . Substitutes: steeJe—Cecil Brasg City—pinch, Webb Stecle P05 L. Cecil 18) ... p.. ,1) J. Franklin (9) F... C. Franklin (6) c... (6.i Bishop G Chi Lstmri G ' Stlbstimte.s: steele — Bragg City—Innian. back to kick the pol-.vt. Siihiato Srures 3 Subiaco kept it in doubt until the I end after Tom willett .stepped Into I the cud -/one through tackle midway of the finni quarter. The touchdown was fi't. up by Jcic Schcffe's TC-yard kickoff relurn after Smackovcr's second *coie. Uiir-(.nv™.,"i ' im ''- 500 fnns wll ° shivered "n%w^! thlt;ui!h lllc cn " trat at Wl » Mc - u •?«•>."< | mortal Stadium saw what ma- be uaus, < the lowi'st-scoring. closest gam the 11)49 plnyoifs Braag City '41 Imiuni (10) Hunt dry f PAGB FFVE Gosne// Teams Win Twin Bill From .Armorel Gnsnell HlRh School's boys and Sirls basketball teams swept n double-header from Armorel teams the in (lie Gosnell bym last night tlie girls winning 34-22 and boys victorious 70-15. It was the first win-of Ihe season for thc ciils against, llirce defeats mid n tie. For the boys it was thr-ir fifth consccnlive win against no losses fnr Ihe .season. Thc girls broke inlo Ihe win column by piling up an early le.id and then lighting off an Armorel rally. Mnorty led her team to the win ijy j hooping a total of 21 points. W Keaste-r paced Armorel with nine Sports Roundup Hugh l-'iilhrton Jr. of Tlie IloJ ' s ' K nme was n runaway 1 '''"'" "'e slait. Gosneil's regulars Brags city At louse everything points to lots!" 01 ° n '" " 'IS'lne s(nr(. built up a D. Rudkln of points in next week's finals in I substantial '---' -•--• ••-- Coorer Boys Win, Girls Lose in Tilts with Peering COOTKR. Mo., Dec. 3--Cooter (4) Nail j Class A nnd Class B. It'll be Stutt- C. Rudkln j Bart vs DeQurcn in A and Luke 14) Holt Village vs Pocahonlns In B. (21 Curtis j Stuttgart, tlie state's only midc- Luinb 4; ; feated, untied schoolboy team, nnt- c:l.i5scd PiggoU. 41; to C. in u semi- linal «o lust iiiRhl. Ray Icefley and 1 illy Newton did all the scoring for the Uiccibirds, who hit paydirt in every quarter, Billy plckens ran for five (pucli- rtowns and added an exlra point as boys won thei lead and Ihcu turned tbim'.s over lo the scrubs Couch iioy Hon sent a toial of 18 players Into the fray. J. Ganii set the pace for Gosiiell with 10 points followed bv Ward with H and Hart with 12.' iinrdin svns high fnr Armorel with seven. 'flic lineuns: Cirls' fin mi. Onsncll <31} Moody (21) Caldwell Pos. . F Armorel (•>•') (fil nrartshaw second game in as ......,j .jmi i.-, liist Ili^bt av t}ii.\. Hn fe.it«i Peering, 20-25 ' The Cooler girls dropped a W-'is verdict to Dueling in i nc orr-ner' The boys trailed Decrlng 15-9 'at nnrl l.-ir ,' ? L " le SCC- Df Queen walloped Conway. 33-14. in j J. Lucius (5) the oilier Class A semi-fmnl. OneJDouner .... of his scoriua runs covered 70 yards In making all but two of his team's points. I'ickons ran his scoring total for the year to ]91. PocaJionf/is 1 ticket to the class B finals was a -17-12 job on Hughes! Billy Teniptelon scored two ttnirh- dcwns. on runs of 60 nnri 45 yards. play. ' ' ""™ lc to 'Fr'id > a t i' e n'r»h eXt - ^"^ *"' I>S "' ayc ' ; b " on hand in the"? School gym Girls Game POS. Q '.vill High Cooler White May '.'.'.'." Hushing Stewart ...... Sexton Terry ...'"''.' Substitutions: . P . P , F. . G . G . G Cooler Dec ring Narerett Llndsey Hick; Bowllni; . Glover W.lJiam. McClurc, — ml Avails, Langslon. Dccring _ Rtcharrison, Cnssldy. Green, Patter-' Hoys flame Pos. f"... .. F... .. C .. Cooler May ...... L. Jones Funderbmlc Ladd Booth . . . ' o Substitutes: ' Cooler - wiwams. Lasler, c. Jones. Decring _ Ri c i,_ Pear 0 "' B ° okcr ' D "BB", McLean, Dcerlna McLead . Ward Wright Mitchell Edwards, Christmas Decorations Go Up on State Capitol — ROCK, Dec 3 (^p, _ Workmen yesterday bcsan cmvsCttte- lion on Chri.slrnas dccoratic -Slate Capilol Building. Secretary ,uf state C G Arkansas scatbiifk Aubrey Fowlc; Lake Village, the defending cl.'Lin- pion, had earned a return trip to thc title game by .sheliachinp Osceola, CO-6, Thursday night. Pine. .Bluff Club. . Ccls K'ev/ K'arne— It's Judges Apain PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Dec. 3. (API The Pine. Bluff chili in the Cotton States League has another moniker—"JudE.c.s." This nickname was chosen In directors of the club alter n conte.-t among fans in which about 500 persons submitted sugfje.-lions. H Isn't exactly a new nickname. Before the war Pine Bluff was called Uie "Judges." Alter the war, ••lien baseball wns resumed, a new F foi W. Keasler G B Conner G . . . M. Morris G ...... B. Morris White ,......... ...... . Snbstilulions: Gosnell --Jones , Devil. McGce. Raspberry, B. Lucius. Roberts. Rlioads. Fletcher and M.' Dcinner. Armorel— Sanders. K. Kca- s(er'and M, Keasler. Hoys' Game NKW YORK. Dec.4. 1,1" — They M:tued a "hon:-e waimitifi" puny rit the Snck Exchange Hie other day and (he guys in Hie fj R ht mob said it was because they hnd heal In thc joint for Hie first time In t\vo years. . . . Anyway, the mnli turned "lit. and why not?. . . , The drinks were on llie hnuse (like !hr> rent usually Is), there was food Ihcre for the grabbing nud a profusion uf pleasant coiH-ersatx:n, . . . AmoU[' the social leaders of "our set" observed (here were Chlcklo llogad ajld Andy Niedcrrcitcr. wllo usi'd to operate in Ihe sumo territory for the toiirnaiiiPiit of champions: Connie McCarthy. Sol Gold. Fddle Walker. Hurry Murk.vui. l!ny Arcel .lolinny Attel. Lew Raymond and others too numerous (and hungry) to mention. Including a little pjiiy who answered without resentment to the name of "Will!e Stcnlems." Marked Down Market Tlie Sock Exchange, in case you haven't heard. Is the name applied to the big. barnlikc room over a iliine-n-diincc joint which fcumcrlv housed the T. of c s»ch pri- vale offices .is existed arc decupled by an outfit calling itself the "American Boxing League" and by a trio of more- affluent members who have good furniture, a television receiver, a small bar and a lork tor the door. . . . The rest of the snacc is fenced off Inlo little cubl- Gosnell noi Ward (141 J. Garni (1C) Finery French <8i . .. Hart (12) ; , . Substitutions: . W. Lucius Armoro] M5t (1) Mct7R«.-r (7) Ilardln . (1) Dlron Dyer . (3i Dickson Ciosncll— K. Gann '2i, Bi-uwn '41. Iii- Pos. F ... F . . . C ... G ... O gram <K1. Ledbclter (2), llarrint!- ton, Dixon 21. Fowler. Williforil. J. Lucius. Kreech, Piltman, and Maxwell : (2t. Annorol —Mays, Bracl- shaw <!)', and Russell (2). nickname. "Cardinals" was adopted. But it was a bit confusing became Pii'e Dluff had a working anrce- meill witli the si. Louts Browns. Directors decided a enange was In ru dcr. Twenty-one persons sTiit in "judge's" i,.s tlicir suggestion, but directors decided that Mrs. Harold j v , , t.eakr. AHlicimcr housewife, gave | ""- al tllc ''omc of Roy Asbnbi anne lc ; the best reason, and ihe was award-' '" „..-,! ' cd lhc """'• '•' -Bason's pass lo the Arkansas Farmers Get Less for Their Products LI'ITLE ROCK, Dec. 3 M>i—Arkansas farmers arc getting less money for iheir products than »t :iny time .since price ceilings were removed in July. 191Q. The Crop Reporting Service said yesterday lhat this low level was reached on Nov. 15. The mid-November price level represented a decrease of three per cent below mid-October and 14 per cent below mid-November, 104B. Cage Officials to Meet Members of the Mississippi County Basketball Ofiicinls AssiiriiUion their semi-monthly incet- i v" l , beon e r ' om c Lights atop the statchotifc be turned on Dec. 15. will Returns from Japan ' Jr!SP; K , "?, C _ K : Df - '• '^-Rop. The nickname "Juitccs" stems from the interest the late Judce ft. If. Williams showed in the baseball club. In .-mother action, directors rc- clcctcd George Met lick business mnnaser of the club. Duriu'; World War II. some US. military manuals jiointcd out lhat in Manila Monday night. The mcetinfi. which Is the see:ond for the as-sociation since its ori;a- iiization a month ago. Is fchcduled j for 7:30. Charles Jollilf, of Osceola, sccretiiry said. Negro Gets Judgship PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 3 fAPl — William II. Haslte, former governor of the Virgin Islands, was sworn in as the first Negro judge of a U. S. .... .,,,.,..*,„, „, uic vMiucrm-ss Circuit Court of Appeals—IKxl to mieht sometimes get lood by ca.ch- , the supreme court, the highest ju- niB nnd eating InsccLs. dicial body in thc nation Fresh Sfock Guaranteed Best I'rires Kirby Drug Storei FOR SALE COMPETE CULVER] TJ1.E Jousts loo less rci usis iimtti <nan anj othei brtdte maierlai Inch*,; •«->«-«-»->»-»-M-n-30-» CONCRETE SEWKR TILK Slzn i^.t incht* CONCRKTE SKPTIC.TANK8 • Ben Prices . wt DtlUci A, H. WEBB Highway ei at Slate Line Phone 7I« BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA er chiiraclcis. . . . The phones also are locked ns a precaution fir'-tlnst unauthorized long distance calls. Conversational Oamliil* Thc stranj'C thlm; nbout the house wuriiihii! was (hat you beard so little lalk nbnul fipl.ts and riitlu- ers tbnre. . . . n^vniond. who promoted bouts In New Orlcnns so lone lie was Mmnst iccordcd as n unlive, was Celling n bisr "welcome hoinc" nml exulHliicd tin I he is "back lo s(ay—had: with the cuys ' pjit in Ibc InisiiiMs like Attel and Al Wcill,'. . , . Attel. who striked th" wl-arfcv RTIV Robinson-Kill Onulhin 'lr;bt in Pluhulclphia last silininnr explained he had retired from Unit city 'withoill tnurl) brotherly love-l and Is "nol doliiK much.". iViedcrreilor also Isn't dolnc miicb but he wistfully Inlks ubuut sta"- i'lt' bont.s next summer In Fbbcis Pcld or Jersey City's Roosevelt Riiclliim. "Tlifrc's no Indoor nrma b!(! enourh (o run acalnst the Harden." he addi-il. . . . Assorted m.-m- MTcrs ronminined that |I H . luU'rnal- ionnl ij->xlng Ci'ilj Isn't brlmjlni! any Rooil flRhters inlo Mew York nn-l added that a New Yurk fi^litcr run (tcl ntenfy of work if he'll \m to the smaller cities. . . . And Inev lably tliey amiml tin: "Things arc pretty bad rhitil iv,v- tl, C rc ain't ninny Rood fighters." F.yr Oprner Connie McCarthy finally broke the conversational deadlock with ,-> yarn about the lime he had ll-c Williams CicliHng l. c fiy I.achance In Boston. ... A b K bettor—"a bii: I Bronx Heavy [Gets Nod Over Latin American NKW YOIIK, Dec. 3. (AI'J-Ez- z.ncl Chillies Is siite on hLs N11A heavywelglit thione. Yotnig Roland La Star/n, uiibenten Bronx butcher boy with 31 .slrnlglii wins, isn't quite for two rounds lust nil!llt al Macl- isi.'li .Square annten. I«i starza seemed to have arrived, lie WHS an ansrcs.'ilvc stalker with punishing power aKainsl. Ar|>en!lnc's Cesar Hi-Ian. Then he went back to Ills old patient coiintcr-punchini;. Maybe (laming youth ran out of steam. For the nc.lt eight rounds these two 22-ycur-olel youngsters put on n tiimc and crude exhibition, La Slum won, lo be sine, by a unanimous decision bul Ibc bout dragged ot an uninspiring end. There weis mild dissatisfaction from some of the 12.035 who paid 449.092,. but. nothltif! serious. La Slarzn. a 5 to 0 favorilc, handed oul thc more Diinishencnt with Ills ericclive uouiiter-pimchiiiK while Bilon awsted Ills power M'ilh wild whistling rlghl.s. Riion welched 102 1-4, Ln Stiup.a 187. Referee Fr.ink f'ullam voted for the kid from the Bronx. 6-4. Judge Jack O'Sullivan had it for Hollle. S-3. with 1 even. Judge Charley" Shorten scored It even in rounds, •1-4, with 2 oven but gave La Starza the edge in points B-5. The AP curd agreed with Snlliviiii. t Forrest City Banker "Honored by Magazine LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 3 (API — U'ill Campbell, fumed Porrcsl City "country banker," yc-.stcrday was nmm*d "Atkan.sii.s facnier of 1949 The selection was nuide by the Arkansas FnniuT Magazine on tin basis (if a p:ill o! kny farm leaders. Glenn W a 11 u c e of Gleuwcsl Fainis, Nashville, was second. Others mentioned for their service to Al-kuiisns agrlcilUllre Included: , Clyde E. liyrcl. secretary ot thc Arkansas livestock show association; Col. T. II. Dnrlon, oil executive and head of this Llveslork Show A.sf.cn;!- alion. and Aubrey G-ites. n=socln- tion director of the Kxtension Service. Cnn'pbrll has been recounted as a leader In soil conservation, crop diovr.s'flcalion ntid other pluiscs of ayriculttiral iinprovcnieiit. He Is an nflk-ial or director *>f several .'igri- cullural organisations. Harold A. YomiK, N'orlh Ml lie Rock, pifsideiu of Ihe National Col- U)n Cvuncll, was "Arkansas Farincr of 1048." imlilicinn. sorta undercover like" had S5.000 on Williams nnd went l« the drcssliiB rcKim lo maV.c sure everything wa.s okny. ... lie found Ike sound asleep and imrcsjxwslvc and emerged very much worried about bis bet. . , . Connie had trouble reassmitiR hlrn iptll Ike knocked mil J.achant.c In four rounds. Then (lie gambler bubbled over. "Gosh, what would that sorioiaK do if he was awake?" STLING ., I.OWKST ADMISSION I'RICK ANYW1IKHK! Kcscrvcil Seals on Sale at thc Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, December 5 ADULTS r,(lc _ CIIILDUKN I5c New Slarling Time 8:00 HOX SKATS »15c KXTHA (Tax Incluilcrt) TAG MATCH STOCKY KNEILSEN and PAT MURPHY versus DON KEENE and CHRIS BELKAS A(so Two 1-Falt 30-Minute Matches Kneilson VS. Bclkas Murphy vs. Keene RMERS ENTION! Announcing New Location of Gude Bros. Slaughterhouse » SOUTH HIWAY61 • Our now hiruc fflaiil is Incut oil on Hie cast side of South Hhvny III near thc lilythcville I''ertili7.cr l'l;inl. Km n»l only do \ve li.-ivc rmiro trucks and pens t(i iircommoftatv your animals. . .but compare our low prices. For IIORS. . .only a cent a pound (li«e uci^hl). Calves killed for only thc hide as our price. \\ c will |,uy your tattle so call Joe or Orval f;ur)e al .'ilo.S, GUDE BROS. SLAUGHTER HOUSE South Highway 61 Phone 3458 Lange Eleven Given Trophy AtY Banquet I.ange's Wlldcals were awarded llie championship trophy al thc annual Oracle School football banquet held in the "Y" rooms last night, which was attended by approximately 0(1 players and coaches .Alvln Huffman. Jr., nude trie pje.s-enlntloji on bclmlf of the "Y" Hoard of Directors mid Cnplaln Hilly Hurt received it for (lie Lnngc learn. In his remarks, Mr. Huffnuin cmphaslwd Ihe obligation.* of an alhlete, to himself, lo his team nnd to his opponents, sayinK tl.at if he recognized these responsibilities nnd kept Ihem In mind during competition, he would conic out the 1 winner, regardless of the score A sport film entitled "Spotlight on Spoils" wns shown atlrr the ' iiiiQiirl. The Y nonril acknowledged die volunteer workeis who helped wllli llie mutual banquet. They were Al Sullivan, who prepared l!u> food- Hetty Lee Garrol, Delorrs Adams nud Mr.s. ,1. P. Garrott, servers: |,. O. Thompson. Jr., wlio furnished the movie, projector: nnd Kliuer IcIch.lKlsclti, operator of the 111-1- chlne. Gome-End Free Throws Give AIC Teams Victories lly tlic ,lMOcialed 1'rcss Game's end free throws gave two A"knnsas Intercollegiate conference basketball teams victories last night With just 30 seconds left to play Magnolia A. <fc M. trailed the Hot Springs Malco Flyers, 42-40. But Watson clunked (wo charity tosses and CartliiRton added another to give the Mtileridcrs a 43-42 decision. Arkansas Tech's Howard Dopson was fouled just before the final Kim and shot two /rce throws to Hive the Wonder Boys a 50-43 edge over Heebc Junior College. Weddings in AfghniiLsliin olteu arc held at live o'clock jji t|, e mum- Ing. Spo Team Takes Lead • In Bowling Tourney HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Dec. 3. l/r> -- Marks Record shop of Hot Springs is the early leader in the Arkansas Men's Rowling tournament with a score of 2,083. Six hosl city teams rolled last nlslil In open the meet. Forty-four oilier tennis from over the state will try lo lop Marks' mark tonight, tomorrow and In three sessions next weekend. ' Top Individual score last night wns c:« by Frank Greenlcaf, Hot - Of Afghanistan's 10.00,000 people, about Imif arc nomads. "An opporfuniil,"according lo Hdnnali. "is a parly who can mcel wolf dl rri.o door and appear the nexl day in d fur coal]' jppo Your car needs a TUNE-UP fso; Ponfiac Tune-Up Diagnosis for Smooth Fall and Winter Driving like <hc hoy ami hi, fiddle, y,mr en, needs ,o he .uoc.i-up for ..no,,,!, ^rformanee. Drive in ,or,,,. l.c, „,„ haot }. tinned rncchiiiiiM perform tl.ese cs^oli^l Tall , 111( | W ;„.' icrviccj on your car. Clc.in ami fctjap sp,, r k plugs' clean i(iniiior. wires. .liMriimcur cap, coil lcrmin.il, air cleaner, crjnki.nc vcnli- lalor, fuel pumr. lx>wl; ir.spcci and ->JMCC distribntur IMIIIIIS; luliririlc roNlwc SIXIS «tclo M _,or linka K c and distributor; .ice liming .tml engine idle. Careful 1C(1 5 of compression, electrical system and carbnreiicin included, too! NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC. 216 South Lilly phone 4371 KEROSENE and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo. Phone 2089

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