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^SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1950 Is DiMaggio Washed Up? Just Ask A's Lou Brissie By JACK HAND (Associated 1'rcss Sports Writer) Can Joe DiMaggio do it again? Tlie Yankee Clipper's dramatic ninllt inning home run in Philadelphia last night re«<s slirrin g deeds of 19-10. How he came of)' the bench, plagued by injuries, to loosen e iTin flurry that spurred Now York to the American Leacue pennant TJ--' DlMaggio has been a bit-4— ' _ a! sappoim m( , n t in 1950 So •>iuch of a flop that Manager Casey ^lengel benched him last week for „,. " 5l - ' They whispered Joe was Hashed up. said he 'never again could demand '15100.000 for a year's salary. Maybe they were wrong. BLYTHKVIILE (AUK.) COURIER NEW? a »- Restored to his /old Ho. 4 cleanup spot in the bat- ling order last :night, DiMaguio ^responded with a Jiome r u n that sJ-^haded Philadelphia, 3-2. it was ..nis fir.st homer 'ind first run bat-.ed in since July DiMaggio went hitless until the ninth of a tight battle between the Yanks' Vic Raschi and the A's Lous Brissie. With one oin and nobody on base he hit Brissie's first pitch some 400 feet into the upper left field stands at Shibe I'ark. ' Red Sox Win It \vas an important win for the Yankees because both Detroit and Cleveland were rained out. As a result New York gained a half game on each and now trails the league- eadMtl Tigers by four games. BSton reeled off its sixth straight at Fenway Park 1-6. aftor a ID-inning struggle with Washington. Bobby Doerr's 21st homer off Elmer Singleton, leading off the tenth, broke up the game. The Red Sox also gained on the Tigers and Indians. They are six games out of first place. Brooklyn chewed a full game off the Phillies' lead in the National as that race also tightened. By whipping Boston, 8-3, while New York dumped the Phils. 7-4. the Dodgers moved to within five and & half games of first place. Big Jim Ilearn. the $10,000 bonus bargain, beat the Phils for the second time within a week. The fx-St, Louis Cardinals righthander. allowed only five homers by Andy Willie Jones. Hearn never has hits including Scminick and lost to the By OAYLE TALI1OT For Hugh Fullcrion, Jr.) NEW YORK, Aug. 19. Iff/— Oil the :n'ght of Sept. 16. four weeks from today, they are going to play in Philadelphia a football game which :omes close to being the greatest ittraction ever staged on any grid- ron. That admittedly is taking in a lot of turf, and we probably will tiear from (he bowl promoters about this. The fact that a couple of professional clubs arc involve:! prob- ibly will inflame the more virulent ild grads who think football bcshis ind ends on (lie campus. But If a meeting between the Philadelphia Eagles, Champions of the National League, and *he Cleveland Browns, who dominated the All-America Conference through Us too-brief career, isn't the "natural" of the century, then you name it. Incidentally, that will lie quite a month — September — ; i t h t w o championship outdoor fights, the tennis finals and the annual i'ys- teria attending the closing stages of the pennant races, among other items Coasl-to-Coast Interest For a one-nigm stand the game between the two pro giants will command as much coast-to-coasb interest as any event on the calendar. Football men have been talking it for months at every fanning session, money has been bet in quantities, nnd Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium, only slightly mailer than the Grand Canyon, doesn't look big enough. In a sense it will be much more thnn just a football game. It will mark the climax to an argument which raged for four years between Phils, either as a Giant or Cardinal. His lifelong record is 7-0 against that club. It was his fifth victory to .one loss since joining the Giants..*""' Johnson Vs. Jansen Fa^the second game af the 1m- porKWt series today, the Phils sent Ken Johnson, another ex-Cardinal, against Larry Jansen, the Giants' ace. Brooklyn struggling to get back into the thick of things, will send Preacher Hoe after Boston, looking for his 17th win. Mickey Haefner, waived out of the American League recently, will make his first start for the Braves. Carl Erskine almost lasted the route last night for the Dodgers The Rookie had a no-hitter until Bam Jethro« beat out an infield hit with two out in the sixth. After the Braves got to him for three In the eighth, Ralp Branca cnme in to relieve Irn in a ninth-inn ing Jams. Red Schoendienst's nth inning •ingle showed St. Louis home in front Of Cincinnati. 2-1. A throw- Ing error by Grady [latton set the itage for the winning single. William Ramsdell just missed i shutout win in regulation time H had two out and « 1-0 lead in thi lasl^f the ninth when Del Ri c sinflC- Chuck Diering ran for Rlc= • nd scored on Nippy Jones' pinch double. Pittsburgh staged a four-run firs Inning to flatten Chicago's Walt Dublel, 9-3. . IIP Legion Regional Tourney Opens BATON ROUGE, L>., Aug ig —Little Rock, Ark., and" WM» huchie, Tex., open the sixth reg i°nal American Legion basebal tournament here tonight. YR/OO City, Miss., and Shreve Port, La., will tangle In the night- The two winner of the Snndaj contest between tonight's losers wih Play the defeated team out of the winners' bracket In a single game title contesl 10 team gets y ' * lth y- « Preli Every team is assured of playing Ion tourii ' n lh ° tlollble cl ™ln- tne national Region' clJmpionsht" Sports Roundup HUGH FUI.1.EKTO.V JR. Atlanta . . Birmingham Nashville . Memphis New Orleans .Mobile . . Chr.tlunooga Little Rock Pliilaclcl^hi Brooklyn Boston . St. Louis New VorJr . Chic-ago Cincinnati Pittsburgh Detroit Cleveland New York . Boston . .. Washington Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis . money the supporters ot the leagues. It will offer the vindictive National Leaguers an opportunity :o rub it In on the upstarts who'cost them so much money and pain before they were squeezed out of existence. and it will give Coach Paul Brown's great Cleveland team the chance it always yearned for— to prove it could wallop anything in the National. Now that the two mighty teams are In the same league they will. of course, meet each other regularly through the years. But this 'is the first one, the big test, while the two former league leaders still are at (he peak. It should be something to see and don't step on the bodies Molley Slowed Down While the Cleveland followers arc confident of the result, they wish the showdown might have come couple of years ago, before their huge Negro fullback, Marlon Motley, began to feel the strain and slowed a step. They fear. too. that their wonderful end, Mac Spccdle isn't quite the pass-catching genuine once was. But that doesn't worry them too nnih. They are convinced they still have the best passer of them all in Otto Orahnm and the best coach In Brown, particularly when Brown wants to point for a single game The Eagles' followers are Just a certain that Greasy Ncale ts the best blooming strategist in the business, that explosive Steve Van Buren can run over and around an defense ever invented and that a defense ever invented y Tho ™ IKOn ls the game's top from the Eagles' forward and misery wall. n," 1 ? 1 ^. *" J "" ""."K. qime irankJ' that the Brownie.'; ever encountcre r encounere anything to approach these huskies In the All-America Conference and ,. tney vcr S' y are right. Doctor Says Continued from page 4) n}' various measures of pbysli.i .. B ^« medicine, siicl, as i, ot baths . p , ir .,f games fl " l««lis. or simitar mrlhoils. Vnu AMPIMCS SOUTHKUV ASSOCIATION W L Pet. ... 77 -17 .621 ... 11 5-1 .671 ... 71 55 .563 . 67 69 TEW 62 G8 63 55 .... 53 41 .501 .441 .417 .339 A'ATIO.YAL LEAGUE W L 69 45 60 47 00 50 59 51 57 53 43 62 47 62 40 70 A.MKKICAX LEAGUE W I. TO 38 70 68 68 50 Pet. .606 .561 .545 .536 .518 .430 .431 .364 Pel. .048 .614 .007 .580 .435 .386 .331 .352 Yesterday's Results SOUTIIEHN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 5, Birmingham 4 Little nock 8. Memphis 7 Mobile 11, New Orleans 4 Nashville 9, Chattanooga 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 1, Philadelphia 4 Brooklyn 8. Boston 3 St. Louis 2. Cincinnati I (11 in- in^s) Pittsburgh 9. Chicago 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 3. Philadelphia 2 Boston 7, Washington 6 (10 nings) St. Louis at Detroit, rain Chicago nt Cleveland night Monette Beats Luxora Tigers By 6-2 Score LUXORA, Aug. 10.—The Luxora Tigers were beaten 6-2 bv Monette yesterday in the final gainc of the Northeast Arkansas Invitational baseball tournament at Lcpanto. Connie McMastcrs, Monette starter, set the Tigers down with seven hits as he pitched Monette to the tournament championship. Preston Watts, who earlier this year pitched two no-hit games for the Tigers. In- • Todav's Game- SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock at Memphis night Birmingham at Atlanta night Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia at New York Boston at Brooklyn Cincinnati at St. Louis night Pittsburgh at Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at Detroit Chicago at Cleveland New York at Philadelphia Washington at Boston Scott is Moved To Left Halfback ORAND RAPIDS. Minn.. Aug. 19 tiP) — Professional football greates ground gainer may have trouble regaining his job when he rejoins the Philadelphia Eagles. Steve Van Duren, holder of tl all-time National Football League rushing record, is In Philadelphia for treatment of a bone spur on a Ice. Meanwhile. Eases' Coach Greasy Neale has handed the left halfback assignment to Clyde Scott Scott, the speedster who pul Smackovcr. Ark., on the map l< rtehghtcd with the shift from righl to left half. He played left half , his college career at Arkansas and Navy and figures he Is n better nm But what the Philadclolnan: really want lo see Is Ihe Bron-ns reaction when Ihey run up againsl a real line." lhat Is thp s-nl nt tit r.,*^ nrt. , ' ^ • >l - t vt ^^w X1T -. . ' "" —.....-• I^UMLId, L l i-pminclers who deal out r>FL champion Eagles will line u ner to his right than to his left. Until Vnn Buren returns, the in the backfleld with Tommy Thompson al quarterback. Scott nl don't think, qulle frankly. 1ctt **"• Bosh Pritchnrd at right """'•"' "- ""'' J"cfc My er s or j oc Muha and fullback. PAGE FIVE STATE TOUHNKY BOUND-Mcmbers of the Burnett Hudson Pacenmker.s, runners-lip in u, e Norlho^st Arkansas Softball Tournament at LarngouW last week, tall tbi s morning for I.lttie Rock and t s ^c u ball toum.,,ic ttl . Members of the uiythcvlllc team ore: back row (left .o right,-Mickey Anust on« Bi v W,«c,i. Oharle, (Uuif) Lutes, Jack Burnett, instant manager; BiU Ronnsava... Billy Dc^"«d H b ll,v'r K P '°" t r<>W /r01 " KC " y ' Mt "^ 30 " ny [j '° y<l> Jam ° S U " 8 ' M "" nl!er E ' °' iiu ™"* S. D Cray nnd Ucy.1 Koo,,, z . T Cllln members nol present when ,,J,oto was taken are f cl ,be Carson Jack liuelos AliT n clos johnny Uuclos, Kenneth Pott anil Jack Whittle, The Pacemakers are scheduled to meet'the wirnier of the Liltfe Hock district tonight. winner Guard, Denton Fall In Links Tourney Favorites took a beating this week as play in Blytheville Country Club's annual golf tournament swung toward the serni-f.nal round in the championship and five lesser ilighla. Ijjpest surprise of the week was furnished yesterday when W. J. PolUinl eliminated 1949 champion Bill Joe npn- ~~~ +ton 8 and 2. * Crockers Shade Birmingham 5-4 To Even Series By Tlic Assoclnliul 1'rcss The Atlanta Crackers' 5-4 victory over Birmingham last night marked the 20tli time this season the Southern Association leaders have won in thoir last time at bat. Going into the lasl ot llic eighth, the second place Barons led, I-:), and the weak end ol Atlanta's lineup was headed to tho plntc. C!ene Verble doubled to score one run and pitcher Dick Hoover pun- el. Ed a single to center to score mu nu-ini games jor tne Tigers. «.E<I a single to center to score was the loser, giving up nine base Verble with the winner. The series hits. Monette iced the game in a hurry, scoring one run in the second, one in the fourth and then two more in the fifth. That was more than enough but two more in the seventh completed the scoring. Luxora scored its two runs in the eighth inning by bunching four hits. Sunday afternoon the Tigers will play the Blythcvlllc Cardinals at Luxora. flo .vscore: f-uxora A1J Baker If 5 J. Conner 3b 4 B. Conner ]b 4 Neyman ss , 4 Colem.in rl 4 Lutes c 3 C. Y\'ix<;on cf -j Hicks cf •> Scott 2b ... Watts p .. Totals Monelle Cornish 3b Fi-sber cf Lyburger 2b B. McMnsters !b . Smith If Price ss '.'. . Brooks rf L. McMasters c .. C. Mc.Mastcrs p . Totals .. 4 .. 3 .' 35 AB . . 5 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 n i o c 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 K 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 Little Rock Takes Swimming Honors LITTLE ROCK, Aug. IS. (a*,— Finals in the AAU swimming nnd diving meet here last nleht turned out to be almost exclusively a greater Little Rock show. The Little Rock Boys Club won team lirst place In nil three divisions—men's, boys and girls The North Little Rock Boys Club was second. Jack Branch, LRBC, was high individual scorer with 23 2 7 points in the men's division. Charles Green, LRBC. set a new men's 100-meter freestyle record with a time for 1.21:4'.-., and the LRBC girls 100-meter relay team set a new record of 1.0:6. 300-Pounder Booked for Mat Match Here 300- rcs- is now even with two victories apiece. The Barons now arc six fames behind leading Atlanta. Nashville moved to within a game of second place. The Vols stood off ;i serious Chattanooga rally in the final two Innings to win, »-5. Cemcrrielder Johnny LIptak made one of the great plays of the season for the vols in the nintli lo help stop the Lookouts. Liptak scooped up a line drive by Milt Byrnes inches off the ground and skidded 15 feet in the mud holding the bail high for Ihe ump to .see. Littte Rock beat Memphis, 8-7 on the shaky pitching of Art Mc- Conncll anil the home runs of Ralph Atkins and Glen McQuillen McQuillcn's four-bagger came with the bases loaded. Mobile banged three New'Orleans pitchers for 15 hits and an 11-4 triumph. Paul Pettit pitched the last inning for New Orleans and didn't give a hit. IN TIIK CHANCKKV COURT FOR THI; CI-:CKASAWIIA DISTRICT Of .MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Lorene Horsley, Pltf. v * No. 11331 J. B. Lamb et al, Dfls. WARNING OHI1EH The dcfcndanls Rotl-.enberg and Schloss Cignr Co.; Amelia r, Butto et n), d/b/a B. F. Botlo and Co.; Memphis Hotel and Restaurant Supply Co.; Pete RoborLwn Grocer Co.; Mills Nappcr Co.; Great Eastern Coffee anil Tea Co.; M. B. Carter and Co.; anl Certified Electric Corporation are warned to appi-ar in the above court and cause within thirty days and answer Ihe B:)l at | The Department of Agriculture says there are about 1,850 farmer's mutual fire insurance companies in tile U.S. The Great Humphrey, a pound wrestler wlio strongly cmbles Ham Fisher's cutnlc strip character Humphrey Pennyworth will come to Ulythevlllc Monday night lo lake part In (lie American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Humphrey, who adopted the name because of bis resemblence to the Humphrey of Joe Pnlooka comic strip fame, will team with Ralph Oarabaldl against Red Roberts and Finis Hall In [he lap match main event C I the Legion's program. And to make his adopted wrestling name even mnrc realistic 1 , the Great Humphrey travels about on a three-whccleri bicycle Just like Humphrey Pennyworth. He will bring this bicycle to Blythcvlllc with him. Humphrey was (rooked lo appear here several weeks ago but he had to cancel this booking because )>e had not obtained permission to use the name Humphrey which is copyrighted by cartoonlsl Fisher. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card. In the first. Garabaldi will meet Roberts and in the second Humphrey will meet Robcrls. EDSON (Continued from Page <) In the air on each sortie Is limited The story is told of one Jet pilot who stayed loo long over the /rout and exhausted both his ammunition and gasoline. Being unnWe to i!ct back to his b-sc, he mnde a belly '--"" '- a rice paddy, n was the on record that such a landing In first time thing had been done safely. Then the pilot got South Koreans 10 come Into the field anil by mtiln strength and awkwardness lift hi plane out of the muck so lie coul To Pitch for Holcomb Cards WICHITA. Kss.. Aug. 19. <*>)The son ot one of baseball's Immortals l.i scheduled to pitch tonight In the national sr-ml-pro baseball tournament, but lio'll have to come up with n top-notch performance to take liny attention iwnj' from the opening night's pitchers. Dave Sisler. son ol the Brent Gco- ,,c Sisler, is scheduled to pitch for the Ilolcomb, Mo., Omiinnls Hgnlait Uio l/wry Field, Colo.. Flyers. Oilier rnincs tonight arc bctwen the Sln- t.m, Tex., Plymouth Oilers and the Woodstock, vt., legion and between 'he Ilnrksilule Field La., Bombers nnd Humphrey, Ncbr In opening Barnes last night the quantlco. Va.. Marines dcfeuted Hie F.I Dorado, Ark.. Oilers 1-0 on for iner naval football star Bill Haw kins' sixth Inning homer, nnd thi El IJorndo, Kas.. F.Iks won from Eg l!n. Fin,, Air Porce Base 4-2. Young Sislcr. beaten 2-0 by Holcomb while pitching for St. Louis Chevrolet* In the Missouri state tournament, was piuked up by H-'l comb for the tournament. His np- (jenrancc here was a surprise to his father, who serves as high commissioner of the National Bascbnll Con- gross. Sisler, who had n B-rj record for the Princeton freshmen last season will be opposed by Al Walker, sem«- tlonal Negro hurler. Sinlon, with a roster composed almost entirely of former mslM league nnd Terns League playerc and nnrksdale Field are among Unlearns regarded as serious threats to the national title won tile last thre years by Fort Wayne, Ind. sldered risky, bill time gave no alternative. North Korean Oil Kr fineries Hit Tlicn because there was not enough artillery available, the Air Force wns called on to take Its place, ns best 11 could. Using airplanes to bomb foxholes Is not efficient. It Is expensive. There were even reports of B-29's being used to bomb advanced positions, But In this emergency It has been regarded as effective. Ufain disadvantage of such misuse of heavy bombers wns that It prevented tiicm from doing their normal Job of blastlnpr production nnd supply centers and main lines of communication. For Instance, there were two main oil refineries In Keren. Otie wns a Wosan In North Korea the other, larger one near Seoul the South Korean capital, it Is only recently that these two strnleglc larKcLi hnvc been thoroughly bombed out. . Results of these bombings have not begun to show yet. They are expected to show soon In more enemy tanks and trucks stalled tor Jack of gns. When attacked, North Korean tanks nnrl trucks hare been effcc- . rmlo a road, brought gas and him take off. That was another first. Reports that the Jets fly too fast Pollard fired u two over par 7* to close Denton out on the 16th hole. On« other championship flight darkhorse came through when qualifying medalist James O. Guard WHS knocked out of play. Guard was eliminated by Fred Smith, one-up. Smith will meet the winner of the Mao Williams. Jr, vs Ray Wlilttlnglon match In the jcmj- Ilnals of the championship flight. Pollard will now move to the semi-finals where he will meet John Cnllahan to determine the other finalist. A summary of coming matches In oilier flights follows. Consolation Flight Joe neusley vs. winner of E u Oee, Jr., vs. George Unheard Jr match. Jnmcs Terry vs. E. n. Oec, Sr,, c. L. McWaters vs. C. C. Council Second Plight Joe Emerson mccU) winner of Harold Sudbiiry vs. a. G. McClue match In semi-flunk. Hugh whltsilt meets winner of Dick Bcall vs. Chaunccy Denton match In seml-flnats Ttllrrl Might Fred Jacobs vs. I. R. Coleman; B, A, Lynch vs. R. c , j^ Sr . Ht| _ bcrt Seymore v« E. M Regenold; Bob Porter vt. Jimmy Stevenson, with all winners advancing to semifinals. Fourth Flight Alvin Hardy vs. u. S. Branson In semi-finals. Lloyd Stlckmon meets winner of George Hubbard, Sr.. v.i. Gene Butler match In semi-finals Fifth High! Russell Hays vs. Ross Hughes; Jnck Rawlings vs. Joe Pride. Winners of both matches go lo seml- flnnls. Harry A. Halnes V s Fred Robinson, with winner going to flnaU, : , *^" ••" "<: LiJiiiu i-.iuiwi iijju iructcs nave nprn »*ffW lower his wheels. They pulled him lively concealed by "ra?hln K thrown milo a road, hrnnirhi an, .,.,,1 — „,,.,! —. .!._.-. J .-' ng ""<>"*» for accurate shooting Air ... Lllil \,y uayj ,U)U ilII.*>V/er int.' li'll CT •-----.•..„ ^ivt UK of interpleader of Lorcne Horsley -n, r , cc ct)m '™"*rs the heeny Jccbies. Witness my hand as Cierk of .aid ! " enS ^ f^? 0 T rn pnor Inart «Court anil seal thereof this August i". .\.°,1 ™'f, s . thclr llul;cL5 usc ""•' 18, 1950. HARVEY By Ruth Mngee, D.C. Oscar Fcndlcr. attorney for plain, tiff. James M, Gardner, attorney ad litem. 8:19-26-9-2-5 as their alibi. Pilots have been detailed to ad, * «' m '™ Large Crab Fomul In Alaskan waters, the giant king crab weighs up to 10 pounds and has a span of from SO to 54 inches. Meat of this crustacean resembles lobsler. often develop from shingles? T.H.W. A—Not very often. There Is grn.'t doubt that Iherc Is any connection between. anr ordinary, form of arthritis anrl shinRlcs. Q—I am 63 years old and a year ago fell down and broke a cartilage In my knee. Now the knee is getting •vould you advise surgery? G.C.H A—Fram the rir^cripdnn. U scrnis nrca , jou oil on Ircalmcnls and probably up !mt could -tm'T l^'mf ^ '" <°""" ..... » derided nnlv ->ru r H ^ | ' "' """ """" «-Do« rheumatism or arthritis BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aiig. 21 8:15 p.m. TAG MATCH The Great Humphrey & Ralph Garabaldi Finis Hall «/R c d Roberts For Reserved Seals, Call 3389 Adults 50c—Children 15e Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Humphrey vs. Hall Garabaldi vs. Roberts DO YOU OWN A HOME? HERE !S A SUMMER SPECIAL: Any ordinary house s£> (^ f\ treated for termite* - ^^ ^^ We don't have to practice in experiment on your job—we have had 12 years (.1 experience All our \vork is dune' according lo rcKiiliilinns our work is licensed by the Arkansas Stale Pmnl Hoard FREE INSPECTION & ESTIMATE—IF NEEDED SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. »3s N. fill,. i> nnne 2350 H. C. Rlankenship. . .L. J. '/.c Call 3579 »»>n»nd post, to p spot targets. Again usinit radio voice control, they talk in the fit-Iner pilots for atlacks on enemy strong points. In the early days of the Korean fighting, dcncrnl MacArthur had lo throw his (roops In piecemeal as fast as they could be moved over from Japan. This | s a | W ays con- roug mud nnd thatched walls of flfmsy houses. Only way to smoke them out for destruction has been by setting fire to whole villages The south Korean government has sanctioned this practice, rough though It Is. The people have hcen told by radio to take to the hills on Ihe approach of North Korean '"«-';. The vll l»S« are deserted That the Korean people accept Ihls order Is indicated by reports from U.S. pilots. Whenever'they fly over the people come out into clearings' and wave to them. Pilots say it was just like that In France during the last war. The people rame out and by signals guided the pilots In to attack the Marts, and drive them out. Chrysler-Plymouth Owners Whether it's jusf for occnsinn.i! servicing, or for « rrmjor repir. . .brin K your car home (o your Chrysler- I lymoulh dealer. He knows your car best. Complete Car Care T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 13! E, Main Phone 2122 DIAL 3391 F 0 II TEXACO HEATING FUELS ... «• M. I.Or.A-r. Consignee '»nk Truck Salesmen: Henry Thompson, O. E. Fairish, Harvey DorrU 43 Gridders Turn Out at Caruthersville A total of 43 grid candidates ara meeting tor dally workouts for the Carlitliersvlllc High School Tigers us Coach Wilbur Volz's Tigers prepare for their Sept. 15 opcnln» game. ° The Tigers are slated to open their 1050 Brid slate aRnlnst Por- tagevllla. The game will be played at Caruthersville. Included In the number of squad- men lire 12 lollermen from last year's 3( juad. They Include: backs- Bob Cantrell. Frank Morgnn Charles Mend. Cray Wilson Bill McCulloiiBh, Harold James and Bll- Ile Camp; linemen _ Tiob Ooodln, Charles Bostlc, Joe Hazel, Parker Mehrle and Jack Pnnkcy. This Is Coach Voiz's first year »i Tiger mentor. He wns appointed to replace Coach Emll (butch) Boepple who resigned this spring. Coach Volz Is being assisted br Coach Harry Darr who |j working with freshmen and sophomore candidates out lor football lor the first lime and by Julian Boyd. a University of Missouri varsity player who is a native of Carulhcrsvllle and U working out dally In preparation /or the coming college season. "C.it" Duck The wood duck carries her young around by seizing them by loosa skin on the nape of the neck, much In the manner of a cat carrying > kitten. There's No Substitute for QUALITY & SERVICE A. Kifn-Dricd and Grade-Marked Lumber. B. Sherwin-Williams Painrs. C. Cabinet and Builder's Hardware. D. Millwork, Doors and Windows. E. Plumbing Fixtures, Pipe and Fittings. F. Wallbogrd, Plywood and Tile Board. BUILDERS SUPPLY South Highway 61 Co., Inc. Phon. 2434 I can save you money on your tires Don't Throw Away Slick Tires A good quality recap will add thousands of miles of service lo your slick tires. Drive in and ask the men who know how. 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