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PAGE EIGHT BLTTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 21, 1952 — — . ___!___ _ • jv»jr\uAi, jut/Y 21, 1952 Yanks' Jumpers and Weight Throwers Dominate Olympic Qualifying 11 c r\..~\:L\ o ' CL-i. t— —. . . •. ^ U.S. Qualifies 3 in Shot, Dashes and Hurdle Events HELSINKI (AP) — America's jumpers and weight throwers continued to dominate the major events in the loth OJympJc Games "lotlay ;>s the .second day's fnick awl field events bc^avt. The United Stairs, which plarrrl 1 United Stnlos since 1034. on? -two in clie hteh Jump yostcr- \ Tbf ot?ii?r record smnshors yes- day, pent three men into the, final' terrtay were: round of (he shot put without n[fo:l j l. Walt Davis, a Texas and also qualified all Us three en- trios (or the biniui jump final, Parry O.Bricn of Southern Cn!1- ft fcrt, fl,32 Inches (2.04 niPloLM in tho hich jump. 2. Nine Roinjischkovn, n wv,' iinmo nmonK the powerful Hiisilrni Fwhs nf Now York anri Darrnw; women athleir-s, who hurled ihn Hooper of Pi Worth, Tex, sur-Discus J63 feet, 8.4R inches <SM2 th? recmircrt distance ot 47 i jnclirs i, 3. F.mil Zntopek of Czrcho^lovft- I ti'ift. who tins his .sicltfs 5et on [ wmnintf Oio 5,f)01 motors, 10.000 : mr-lcr; and ihr marathon. Ho took ! thf: 10.nan yrMnrdny, lowonn? his own Olfi mnrk from 2f>;59.6 to forma, world recm'd. holrtt'i 1 feet 20.fi! inches in the fhot j>ut,j HELSINKI i;l»«— I.PP Vmlor ot thn Univi'rsHv of Afknnss:ts w,is eliminated from compeli- Unn In Hie Olympic games' IftO- rtifler hurdles lodny. Jle. fmislxvJ fourth in his lira I of HIP ^etn I-finals, thus failing by one pnsilion, to r|iml- ify for ilio finals. j Knnvn Fsivnml • Oeorep IM'own nf Hnn Dir>uo is i (nvornd in the hrnat] jump. KM iifil Mcnnnnld IViilry. iho Tunxlrtcl i sprinter who runs for Groa; IIn- \ l;nn, Miles the choirc in ihe JDf) Broad Jnnmers MHc-dith Own- i m . pUM s A| ; 1 "'^ /" HaHlinorr. cilne of Cornell, Jerome Rime of! [ v In , vvon tllc Ainoncnn llJO-mnior Iho U. S. Annv and Gcoi-e Urown! triflls ' "Mftrnvtilofl n ]<•«.; injury ves- of the University of California »l. Los AnRfiJr-s nil suipnwcd 24 feet on their qualifying .lumps. A Imp : (richiy and isn't c;<|irr(fr| to figure? in tho fim.sli, bill Dcnn Smllh fif Austin. Tex.. firul Linrty Rernigino ' of acet.™? iichrs wnsre'fliii'reci'i frnni B™oklyH wi'll provide Bailey The pole vault, third rjunlifyinp ' " \vUlr .stoni opposition event on this morning* pronmm.r. Rowing |>er[orinnnc:rs yo.-.tenlny alPO was expected to be easy forl wcro '" Llin -samo clas^ the Ainerjrnn.s. Three in Nashrs, IhinHrs As n result of yesterday's trifllr;, (he United States also hud (hror? qualifiers hi the sr-mtfJtinJ.'? of {he? 100-mfter dash and 400-moter hurdles, nlso -scheduled for later (orlny. Four Olympic recorri.s w e r e lettered yesterday — three hi final events tmd nnother In n preliminary. Two more records tire hi prnvc dnngcr today, the 4flO-meter hurdles and the shot put. Chnrlic Moore, ihe former Cornell star from Ithaca, N. Y., glided over the -HlO-meler hurdler; In :50.8 yesterday, three-tenths of a second better than, the previous mark. He was looking over his shoulder nt the finish. Today he tackles this treacherous race In the semifinals and almost assuredly fn the finals. He can beat hlB yesterday's -time. He niny well break the world record of ;60.6 held by Glenn Hnrdfn of the trnc-k nnd fielr] but there nre no Olympic: rerords in ] owinu. Th*. 1 sites of Ihe regattas vnry so mii<:h thnt records In the sport nre »n- rclinblft. Yu!>oslf\vid iititl r-'r;iiu v e won their henUs In tho four-oars without coxswain event in thn fnstcst limes ever recorded In the Olympics. The Yugoslav mark of f>:34.4 for the 2,000-mcler course was nlmost two .^e belter than the previous low set by Orcut Britain in 1028. The unbeaten heswywoiRht rrrw from the U, S, Nnvnl Arndemy won coins n\vay in Its bittUn with the vaunted l.ennder Club of Great Britain, but both bnnts qiialifirrl nnsijy nml neither one appeared nil out. The Rii-s-sinns led the Held In gym nasties after the compulsory exercises, with Switzerland second and Finland third. The United States was ninth. Free style cyni- nastk'K are on todny** program. Country Club Tourney Enters Quarter-Finals Play in the Blythcvlllo Country Club eulf tournament will miivt Into the qunrter-/innlR this week, after which four golfers will cmcrisc to piny for the club championship. Defending Champion Bill Joe Denton of Wilson will meet Jimmy ARKANSAS OI.V.MI'IC STAR — The University of Arkansas Is represented in the Olympic Grimes again this yenr by a hurdling slar. This time it's Lre Voder, 21-yrar-old sophomore from Willow Grove, Pa. He moved lulu the sernl-lin:,ls ol the 400 meter hurdle event yes- Imlay by phv.'lne .si'Kind in n .second rnuiid nualifyin" heal. Yodor finished i-ccnnri U> Hu^-.uui tiunllcr Timolel Luncv who ran the rnce in fil.lt seconds. Yorier'.i lime was 55.2. In 1948 the Razorbaeks' Clyde Bi:otl. >vns a piioto finish .second in the 110-rncter high hurdles. (Asscu-inleil IVss I'li'ito) AMERICAN I.KAGUB Hew 1 Yorlc Roston WashinKtnn Cleveland ChuraKO Philadelphia St. I.ouis Detroit W L .54 34 19 33 49 3Q 49 40 48 43 3!) 42 35 5fi 28 59 I'd. OB .614 ... .563 41/2 .S57 5 .551 5!i .527 7f-i .481 ll'i .385 20',-i .322 25', 2 NATIONAL l.KAOUF. Ability to Win Close Ones Keeps Senators in Thick of Flag Fight - »>• JOE RE1CIII.KR AP Sporls Writer Four consecutive victories by one run and 21 one-run triumphs for the season T hat is the principle reason why Washington's scrappy Senators are in third place New York SI. Louis Chicfluo Philadelphia Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh today. All but a handful ol experts had picked them In finish in the American League, cellar. The Nati added their fourth straight one-rim victory yesterday W L Pet.. GB i as they swept a douhleheader from ' the St. i.oiiis Browns, 1-6 and 8-3. lo move Into third place, a half Ptame In front of Cleveland a half 65 22 S3 31 51 39 45 42 43 45 37 5(1 3(i 53 25 67 .723 .631 7',i .507 12 (, 2 .517 17 .489 10 >, 2 .425 25 .4M 27 .272 39'i SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlnntn ChnllanooSK New Oj-leans Mobile Nnshvllle nirinin^ham Memphis Little Rock L, 42 43 45 50 53 53 55 S3 .448 .541 .500 .470 .459 | straight time. 8-5. The runner-up Now York Giants whipped the Chicago Cubs. 9-7, nnd the third-place St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Boston Braves. 8.4. Philadelphia and Cincinnati divided a rloublehearte.r, the Phillies bounding back with n 4-3 win after same behind the Boston Red Sox. ! (he Reds had taken the opener, . The double triumph stretched their 6-5 in 10 innings. winning streak to live d left Washington Connie Marrero first game In eight attempts a t Vnnkpe Stadium as Saul Rogovirt outpitched Bob Kuzava. A single by catcher Joe Astroth in the ninth scored Billy Hitchcock with the run that gave the A's their first-game win over the Tig. ers. The second game was marred by .stalling on tlie A's pnrt after the Tigers hart lakcn a lead in the lOlh. Philadelphia used three York i the Cuban righthandci-was" tawed! "ni'e fRCe ttope balters in for five runs in Ihe eighth before , --.--- " Home them that many lencths away from ! a 7-1 lead in the first came hut the pace - setting New " ' Yankees, The Red wnie runs hy George Shuha. Jackie Robinson nnd Andy Pafko 8-0 lead ' hel l lc<1 lhe Dndgcrs make ft 13 out ied ' of 13 a "' !l ' ns ' ll'« Pirates. were upsetting tlie world- chain- i In the late innings and gave way j Three hits encli by Bobby Thompsons. 5-4. Philadelphia's Athletics ] lo Sandy Consuegra. son mid Hank Thompson enabled Lipon singled with Ihe i f-nrry Jansen to pick up his 10th Sox picked up a lull ! Joe Hnyncs quelled the Brou Kame on the Yankees, vano,ui,shin[? j uprising. Hie Indian.s, 8-7. in 12 innings while Bob Porlcrfield had „ >,-„ <r ,, u the fifth-place Chicago White Sox i,n tlie second game but weakened ! 13 a »' !l '» s ' Hie Pirates. took the opener of a dmibleheader I Johnny Detroit. 8-7. nnd played a 3-3 ; bn« .450| tip in lhc second game, hailed by i in the run that gave the Red Sax ' j their lOlh victory in the last 12 'games. Dizzy Trout picked up his RKSULTS American I.eaEuo Washington 7-6 St. Louis 6-3 Philadelphia 8-3 Detroit 1-3 (second game called after nine innings. curfew.1 Chicago 5 New York 4 ' Boston 8 Cleveland 7 (12 innings) Natinnal League Brooklyn 8 Pittsburgh 5 New York fl Chicago 7 St. Louis 8 Boston 4 Cincinnati 0-3 Philadelphia 'First game 10 iimings) Coe Wins Third Trans-Miss Title; Eyes Seattle Meet DENVER (/Ti—dim-ley Coe. (he slender golfing master from Oklahoma clly, won his thirc! Trnns-Ml.vlsslppl golr championship yesterday to prove hr's rratly in l"ari Uncle Sam's brsl nmalcurs against, Canada and Mexico next month in Scuttle. + Coe won 3 iinrt ?. tn 34 holr? fvnrn . fluster Rneti. 24 yenr old colleeian Singer, Tex. Coe, six- foot Stevenson; J. C. Otiard will face E. B. Cee. Jr.; Monette's John Bti- zick tangles with George lltibbard. Jr.; ami J. M. Williams, Jr., and Louis McWalcrs will mutch strokes for the right to enter the semifinals. With winners' names npiwnritig first, here's a tabulation of last week's results and this week's matches: Championship i-'lighl Denton — bye; Stevenson - Wlnl- worth, default; Guard-Terry. 2-1; Ciec-Whilsitt, one up; Bii/ldc-byi?; Hubbnrd-Riuidall, default; Wll- liams-Lenti, 5-3; NfcWnters-W. Af- fllck, -i-3. First Flli-lil Thomas-Buck, one up; whlte- Beaslcy. one up: Kidd-Haines. one . up; Coleman-Hoko. 3-2; Crlcgf r- Gooch, default; Fergus-Porter. S-5; Bell - CoimriHr. 5-4; Knv:descn - Stickmon, default. I'airinps niomas-Whlte: Kidd-Colcman; CrlcBcr-Fcrsus; Bell-Knuclesen. Srrond Flighl Whitis-Gec. Sr., one up. 19 holes- Sl-ymore-Catchin^s, dcfaull: Thoin- Whitworlh-bye; Terry - WhltMtl.; Hnndnll-bye; l.entl-Afflkk. First Kllplit ronRnlallon Buck - nenslcy: Hnlnes - Hoke; Gooch-Portcv; Cnimcille-Sllckmoh'. Srroiid I -1(fM Consnlatinn Gec-Catrhlnps; liiislilng-MciMnn- us: C. RoWnsoii-Florida; Bradlcy- lj?nch. Thlnl Flighl ronsiilallon Rosers-Cnre; Ptntlips-Butlcr, Sr.; Stevens-Webb; Utlry-Robinson. Weekly Sports Calendar Bay MON1UV -Window League — Amor. Keller Keeps Hitting For Buffs; Goes Two For Eight in Twin Bill Charley Knliei-. the St. Louis Card's latc.-l bonus baby, keeps rlcht mi Retting his hits in the CliiSs AA Trxiis Lrayue. KollrT. who is playinc first bare for the Houston Huffs, got two hits tn eiiiht times at oat in a -"donbje lirader with Okla- hnn'i'S^fclry Friday niRllt. In thtt-JliKt. [:ai]ie, Charley got one hit in five times at bat and in the Ketond he went one tor three. In Ills first game with the Buffs last Tuesday, young Kelln- go* a single In four tim^s at 1m* :>nd his two hits Friflay gave him three for 12 for n .251) bnt.lin;- ru'crage. He's Ihe snn of Mr. nnd Mrs. Stanley Keller nt Ulyt hcville. Suulhrrn AssncinlJon Allanta 5-7 Chattanooga 1-0 Birmingham 6-2 Nashville 5-1 Little Rock 4-4 Mobile 3-3 Memphis 4-0 New Orleans 3-1 TODAV'S GAMES National League. No games scheduled. American L No games scheduled. from SiuiBer, Tea. 14S pouiKler. held slendv In !)2 de- «ree heat thnt seemeri 'to wilt the Mnblle nt Memphis Southern Assnctalion Chattanooga at Birmingham New Orleans at Little Rock United Life vs. Moose Lodge, Little Park. 5:30 p.m. Commercial League — Farmers. Bank vs. Planters Hardware, 5:30 p.m., Maloney Park. Y Juniors vs. Tomato Independents, Armorel Park. 2:30 p.m. Arkansas Shooter Has Perfect Markljh^; Tcxnn fti tlie long, pressure-filled chnmpionshfp ^Hnd. Coo, 28-year old winner ol thp T-M in 19'57 and 1!)4J>, \Va.s lot'ir o\ r er jinr for the 34 holes nvcr the f»,711 ynu\ pnr 70 Lakcwoort Cmin- U'y Club tnursc In I ho closinM stuRPs oT (he mutch. Coe was ptnyinp it isnfe Twice instcflrt of carnbling for, ' birdlos on sloping prcons, he l?t the 1 linll trickle short in the cn[), rMhnr thnn taking a cliance on it I'ir.sl Thrcp-'rimctr (Toe is ihp first, three-time winner of tin; Trans-Miss si nee Johnny Goodman (limed [!IR I rick in 19TT, ] 1931 iiiul lQ3r>. Coe hadn't, coin; petod In thr Tr;ni,s-Miss 5ince he 'won it hi Ifl-iO. L. M. Cr.inncL] Jr., of DnllrtK, (he IDSl clftnnpion, was cliniinafrrl in the first round. COB \vfis named last work lo captain a tcnm of spvm U. S. a ma- tour Rolfprs who v\'i)l play sitnilar tennis Troin Cniiiicin mid Mrxico for tho Clinrnnmnshiu of Uie Americas al Seattle Anjr. M-1S lahoninn took a imp up ic 12th hole in the tnorn- ing round Rnd nevpr trailrd nl- (only games scheduled) Wi- John .ShocrC or I.if- Diouch R^rd rvcned the nmtch on tin Hock is one of (<MI shnrpshoot- No. 19 nt the .stnit ot the aftfrnoon err, who .shot n perfect , 100 x 100 1 round. Co smre in tin; oprnhif; p.vrnKs nf the : with TITF.SDAY Buy Windoiv Loapurs — Mend's vs. 61 Implement Co.. 5'30 p m Little Park. Midget Le.iKiio -- Yavliro vs, I.ioits' !" 15th Anminl Nnffonnl Rkrrt Slmnt- went in front to .sl.iy birdie four on the 601 vard asyon-Rushint:. 5-4; Hays-McMan- Club 5:3n p.m. Ninlh Street U- 11 . 2-1; HrHIlSnll-r! T?flilintl\11 nnf. r^rtn^tnr>tl-iTl t.^T^..n A..'. us. 2-1: Brnnsnn-O FdbinM>n. one up: • Jarob,>-KJorid.-i. 4-.1; MrCfuc- Bradley. 6-S: Lynrh-Lcnch, 2-1. Whitls - Srlinnrc; TiKimnFfrjn- H.ij-?: Brandon-Jacobs: McCluc- Lyncli Third I'lipht C. Afflirt:-ROSMF. .i-4: snll-Cnre. de-fault: Farr-Philhps. 5-4; Hnrdy- Blitlcr. Sr.. O:IP up: Becker Slevfns 3-2: Caltla-cll-Wehb. cirfr.uH- R.iia- K-B(rr-l!lley. 8-7; Butler. Jr.- n: Robinson. 7-6. Park. Commctrial League — Avk-Mn vs. Courier Neu-s, ,S:^n p.m.. MiUouev j Pfirk. WKDNKSKAY Bay \\'in<lri\\- I Nelson vs. Y *.3 rhnnipionships liere yeslerdny. Sh'irk won lhe Inciuslriiil chnni- nnslilp of the Arhnn^ns Si ate .:IT| Shnnl nt >!cil Springs. Ark,. ,v-r \\trk \\'iih a scoie of 393 nut nt putt his 15 cuc - SuiUvan- j p m . Little Park I origin of (he hrup is from Ihe (ense ?ltine o( Nn. 31. He cnnnrd hts 12 and Rrrd was short w-it)i tootor for a par Harrison Scours Get 14th Victory Prnnsylvanin's 7 p. m. curfew nU their the end of nine innincs. i Krooks Prolerl seventh triumph and game win- Brook.yn's runaway D o rl e e r s | ner Mike Garcia dropped his maintained their 71^-gamp bulge in i seventh grame. the Kationnl Leapne, takinz Pitts- The White Sox snapper! a six- Atlanta Whips 'Nooga Twice, Takes SA Lead liy The AsstK-dUrd Prrw Allarrta Uirc^' an unbcataolp combination at Chattanooga yesterday masterful pitching and timely hitting—and replaced the Lookouts as Southern Association leaders. loaded in (lie 12th to drive j triumph us tho Giants evened the two-game series with the Cubs. Home runs also fmliired the Cardinals victory with Dick Sisler. Red Schoentitenst and Solly Hemus providing the four-base blows. Del Kntiis smackert two doublea and a home run as Robin Roberta won his Htll same for the Phllien after an error by Connif Ryan had set up Cincinnati's game-winning run in 'Ihc 10th ol the opener. ,'] Herons of the b-1 and 7-0 victories were pitchers Howard Anderson nnd Dwnln Sloat and Ihrcp. former Lookouts. Dick Sinovic, Junior Wooten and Gerry Lane. Anderson had a shutout soinp in ihe nightcap. Sinovic drilled three singles and drove in two runs. The victories put Ihe Crackers a full game ahead of Chattanooga. All the other yames yesterday were close. Little Rock took the first game until the seventh in- doubleheader from Mobile. 4-3 and nins when he began to wilt under 4 ^ ; R;»nmgham tripped Nashville, the heal. He let one man score «-*. 2-: Xteniphis Bad New Orleans before halting the Lookout thrpal spllt> the Chlcks taking the opener, ' "* but dropping the nightcap, 0-1. Dov/'s Love Jr., Cops Ouachita Valley Crown CAMDE , Ark. tsrt — Up.wtA and a 17-year-old El Dorado goiter rul- ] cd the final rounds of the annual Ouachita Valley Golf Tournament; here. Youthful Davis Love Jr. contiuer- ert "Charles Wobdard of Magnolia 2 and 1 to 9op the title yesterday. Love, Bii; Six Hipli School chatnp- lon, eliminn.ted Fred Michaels, of Lake Village in the semi-finnls 4 nnd 3. Michaels hart advanced to thn jjemi-final round with a 1 ',]p victory over Paul Collum ot El Dn- rarlo on Saturday. Collum was runner-up last year. Deftnciinc Chnnipion dene Keeney ot Texarkana found his putting gamp off and fell before Woodard 2 nnd 1 in*the .^emi-finals, Keenpy previously hart \von the title three times. Wood a rd and f^ovc. In the champ- inn ship mutch, were even to the 11th hole when the youngster stnrl- ed edging nway. The Magnolia huksnian conceded the (nairh on (he 165-yard 17th hole when Love missed R hole in one by two tcet, by fnnning Ernest Oravet7 to TB- tire the side. Lane finished the game in relief and allowed only one hit, Lookout RCB Al Sima suffered his seventh loss against 16 victories. Hloat shutout, the Lookouts on five hits In the seven-inning night- Baseball Wins Over Politics CLEVELAND t/Pi — What's more important, baseball or politics? Television station WXEI, nn- cap .Half of Chattanooga's in hits nounccrt it would carry both the in the two games were doubles, i Democratic convention and the Woolen got three hits — two of j Cleveland Indians' home stand, this them doubles - and scored three wrfk. runs in the first game, with Sin- 1 Bui, in case of a conflict, the In- ovic. driving him home twice. In I di.-uis pet. priority. "ainni;s Af flick-Si til; Farr-Hvdy Bcrk- er-CaIdwp]l: R-iinw McMath to Attend Wrestling Bouts j Four top nrt'rh v.-rffricr.^ will ' rratch >hrjr n-nrrs in the Arr.e:i,v.n Lccinn's n-rrsilitic procram nt Mtm- '•• mint A:idi'*iritim toniphl and Ar- : kar-ns' ehirf rxrrutivp is scliedulpd to he oup nf tl;c nnlooV.ers, ToiiEhirs Fritz Sohnab^l nnri St;cy Maymaia niff scheduled tn takn on ' Chief I,;t'le rax and Hal Krone in the I.TE malcli te.iiurc l»:it nnci Gov. S;ri MrMath. who is slalcrt to, tpeak here tonight, will be amon? i the Fpee'atnr.s. " j Prnmo'er Mike Mf?ionny anr.-TUnc- 1 erl thi5 mnrnific [haf ?fprting of to- 'night's h™i.s will be delayed iinti! ' 8:SO because ol ihe covenmr'sj speech wliieh i« scheduled for B urn.j Promoter Meror.ey also said that Gov. M r M sl h v.-ill r.Uend trie mntc-hfs rsnd wilt make a ihort speeeh before Ihe program starls, ' T\vo preliminary bouts are al^o nn the rard with Srhnnbel mc.-tir.j Kecne and Haymaki meeting Clilef Little Fox. | Midpe( Leacue -- J^yrccs Amrnrnn l,r?ion, 5:30 p.m.. J Street Park. Commercial I-rri^nr -- Farmers Hank vs. Courier N T e\v,<=. 5:3ll MnJonov Park. 1 UIDAV Midcrt l.epeiie -- Kivrtnir; Clnh: | vs. Rotary Club. 5:30 p.m. NMnth ! r-Euflrr, Jr. ? suret Park • t'onsobtlon | Cnmmririnl T rjicur -- D D r o - i 'Chrome vs. Ark-Mn. 5:30 p.m.. Mn- Inney Pavk. slraicht victory without a riefe.i(. Saturday afternoon beatine the Armorel Timers 26-6 at Armorel Park. Thp Koont tf^ni is managed by T. Long, Harrison School Willis Harris Joins Langston-McWaters In ancient rtays hnujiuc: ^ a.<: mark of Indicnl'v practiced nn the corpses of ciiminnls. BLYTHEV1LLE LEGION ARENA ESTLING Monday, July 21 p.m. Adults 50c—Children 15c T* A /**• k A A "IF^ILl TAG MA ICH Fritz Schnablo & Suigy Haymaka vs. Hal Keene & Chief Little Fox Also 2 1-Fall Matches !>0 Minnie Time Limit Schnnble vs. Keen* Haymaka vs. Little Fox >lany of inn know Willis llsrris, Ai hTs old frlrnH* you're Invftrd to see , him at I.anjt^litn-.'MfWalfr* whrrff, IIP Is now Service .Man.xper. And (o those nf you who mnr not he ac- fjiiAlnlcd with \N'illis, we rxtrnd the s.imr invitation (o sre him here, Vou'll apprpcintr tlir cxtr^ aUcn- • (Ion, the fine workmamMp he of-' Or*. l.nnc^lnn-MeWnUrs Bulck Co. 1. ContlntraHoa of prexnt road etmstruetton program allocating road fund* equally feetweet priMarj, and J. Complelion <rf Medital Center and the buiHin* ol a Nursef" Schooi a* l part at *e Heoicai Ooter. J. Put into operation k»g range construction plant «or building new aocpital lot Ncrv<HK Disensex, 4. Provide an eqwlixed *ducatiocai program iai ever? bo; and girl m th« Sta«». This meuu a nine BKjntha' course o< instruction wiUi adequate building facilities and a trained teaching itatt. To retaim qualified teaching per- «onne( a salary Khedul« rf M teaat *240« per year lor achoo! tether* wit* * bachelor"! o>«re* muxt be set up. t. Complew tax building *t a modera adKinistratioa build- In* and bcrracki i*r *M StaM Penitentiary. I. Set up a i-oMtrueCtoai fend toe *• State coUegcs and the University. 7. CoabatM M iaterMM OW Ag« Assisian« grants • easet of a*ed until »«tiu«jj aTrrage u reached, merp law **< pwauti •taW»s t. iocream merely by klnc a o«tit»o« aod posting i bond. Rat* increase ittotild *at W granted untii to« case Ju«U/ylng * etnrir ertablithe*. ». Support twutraetic* «( >« po*«r generating fnc »lv«her RK* hKiliriec are be« K built by private >». «xtcn»io« * Nli>a^a« Krriet kt Arkansas term Political Advertising paid for by Mississippl County Sid McMnt.h (or T. P. 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