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HOP! STAR, MOM. ARKANSAS , Jung 21, Ifjf Maris Slams 26th Homer as Yanks Win By ED WIUKS Associated Press Spor f s Writer Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE KOCK 'AD -Here is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game mid Fish Commission: Lake Mainncllc: Water clear ;ii)d normal. Bass fair on artificial | hial, fishing early and late. Carp- I pie fair to KCCK! on live minnows. Bream good on crickets and red ; worms. i Lake Bull Shoals: Wafer clear ami slowly falling. Fishing poor. Lake Oiiacliila: Water condition '4(i'-l. Black liass fair on artificial and live hail. Crappic fair on live bait. Bream good on worms. ; Lake Hamilton: Water clear and high. Black bass fair on artificial bail. Crappic fair on live bail. Bream good on crickets and worms. Lake Comvay: Water clear and normal. Bream good on crickets and worms. Bass and crappic fail- on live bail. Lake Greeson: Water collections normal, Bass fair on artificial bail. Lake Norfork: Water clear. Bass fair on willow limb line, pie fair on willow limb line. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass far on artificial bail. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Scout Troop Goes to Camp Hoger Maris hit his 2(itli home- rim as the New York Yankees defeated Kansas Oily (i-'J Tuesday night and replaced Cleveland in second place in the American League pennant race. Del roil n 1 - tnined a Pi-game lead, however, with a 5-4 victory al Washington. Cleveland lost .V.i to the Chicago White Sox. Boston made it six straight by beating the Los Angeles Angels li-8. Minnesota defeated Baltimore 5-4. In the National League. Cincinnati split a Iwi-night pair with St. Louis, winning >l-;i n It innings, then losing (i-3. but kept a I'-j- game lead. The Los Angeles 1 lodgers replaced San Francisco in second place by beating the Chicago Cubs :,'•(). The Giants lust 2-1 at Milwaukee. Pittsburgh defeated Philadelphia V>-1. i The Yankees beat the A's with i three-run bursts in the third and 1 fifth innings. Mickey Mantle's sin- \ glc drove in the clincher in the j third. Maris' homer off loser Joe Nuxhall, and Bill Skowron's two- run double teok care of the scoring in the fifth. Al Kaline, an outfield star playing his first game at third base, drove in two runs for the Tigers, j The Junior Legion baseball team bringing in the winner with ap v i" tangle with Arkadclphia in! fifth-inning single. Kaline, filling \^ doubleheader here tonight. in at third while Steve Boros and] B lc »m game between the two Chico Fernandez nurse leg injur-1 tcams start at 6:15 and the A ics, handed two chances perfectly in the field. The White Sox. climbing into sixth place »vjlh their 11th victory in 12 games, beat the Indians with a five-run first inning. J. C. Martin's 'three-run homer capped the outburst that handed seven-game winner Muclcat Grant his first defeat. Rookie Carl Yastrzcmski drove in five runs for the Red Sox with a home run and three singles in his first four trips. Bill Monbou- quclle <7-6i was the winner, I ml needed relief help after giving up home runs by Leon Wagner. Earl Averill and Steve Bilko. A ninth-inning homer by pinch- hitter Julio Becquer did it for the Twins and beat reliever Jack Fisher (2-8i after the Orioles had tied it 4-all in their ninth on Earl — LnGrone Williams pholo TROOP «2, SPONSORED BY FIRST METHODIST CHURCH, left for Camp Pioneer Sunday with their leader, Jerry O'Neal. The boys will get a week of outdoor life, thanks to sponsoring citizens. Lions Install New Officers Standings Southern Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS VV. L. Pet, G.B. •13 2<) .597 —43 29 33 33 37 35 34 30 20 30 37 40 30 42 .597 .535 .487 .486 .459 .435 .400 8 10 IP/-! 14 Birmingham Chattanooga Atlanta Liltle Rock Nashville Shrcveporl Macon Mboilc T°day's Games Atlanta at Shrcvcport Birmingham at Chattanoga (2) Little Hock at Mobile Nashville al Macon Today's ReSul*s Mobile 4-4, Lillle Hock 2-0 Nashville 4, Macon 0 Shrcveporl 3-4, Atlanta 0-0 Birmingham at Chattanooga, postponed, rain By Legion Team Plays Pair Here Tonight teams start at 6:15 and team game is scheduled at 8 p. m. Little League scores: Lions 13 — Coleman 3 Midwest 7 — CBC 2 Owen's I — Pop Kola 17 Games Thursday: Nashville 3 vs. Hope I Hope 2 vs. Nashville 4, there Games Friday: Braves vs. Yankees Owen's vs. Midwest • Pop Kola vs. Coleman CBC vs. Lions there We<»n c sday Bascba'l THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National L c aguo Cincinnati Los Angeles .. San Francisco Pittsburgh ... St. Louis Milwaukee ... W. 3!) 311 27 L. 24 28 25 27 31 30 37 30 Hope M Star SPORTS .51)0 .534 .475 .474 .373 .310 2 5'/2 0 a 15 18 Pittsburgh al Philadelphia (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) San Francisco at Milwaukee (N> Thu^day Games Los Angeles al Chicago Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco al Milwaukee (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Am c rican League W. L- Pet- G-B- Del roil 41 23 .Ml — 30 24 .019 !'•<! 40 2", .015 1''2 33 30 .524 7'/j 32 33 .402 O',z 30 34 .40!) 11 :«) 3f) .4fi2 U'<i 27 34 .443 12',i 25 30 .301 10 23 43 .340 19 New York Cleveland . PC'. G.B. Bosloti .... .(>H) _ Baltimore .5'J4 Wz Chicago • • Washington Tacoma '.',. Spokane 2 AmoHcan A s socitiHon villc 0-2 Dallas-Fort Worth 3-1, Louisville 0-2 Denver 12, Omaha fi Houston at Indianapolis, postponed IOC Split on Sports Decision Robinson's three-run homer. Pedestrian Punches NORTH LITTLE ROCK <APi— C. E. Crow told police he slammed on his brakes to keep his car from striking a pedestrian Sunday—and got a punch in the face for his trouble. By EUGENE LEVIN ATHENS (API-The International Olympic Committee today '.vent into its last clay of meetings still faced with, the thorny problem of deciding the sports for the l!Ni-l summer Olympics in Tokyo The IOC, which has been holding its annual session here, is being asked to chose between judo C of C photos "CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES" SAYS retiring president Jim James, right, to incoming president, James Morrow, left, at Monday's meeting of the Lions Club. Mark Soderquist, center, past district governor of Texarkana, installed the officers. BOTTOM PHOTO, LEFT TO RIGHT: MR. MORROW, MR. Soderquist Al Page, director and Don Simpson, tail twister. STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: T. C. CRANFORD, DIRECTOR, Bill Gunter, director, Paul McClellan, secretary, Jini James, past president, Dub Flowers, treasurer, Harry Phillips, vice-president, Frank King, director, Jimmy Griffin, tail twister. Not in picture are Herbert Rogers, lion tamer, Mitchell LaGrone, vice-president and Haskell Jones, vice-president. Chicago 22 Philadelphia .. 1i! Tueeday Results Cincinnati 4-3. St. Louis 3-G (Iwi- night, 1st 11 innings) Pittsburgh C, Philadelphia 2 (N) Milwaukee 2, San Francisco 1 (N) Los Angeles 3, Chicago o .Wednesday games Los Angeles al Chicago (2) leap Sunday In Moscow. "Bui I'm more concerned with my own performance than with Brumel's." Thomas holds the rccoganizcd world standard of 7 feet, 3 inches. There is some confusion jusl how Brumel's leap will be measured because it must be converted to feet and inches—it eomc.v to 7 feet, 3 4-5 inches — and according to U.S. standards reduced (o the ncxl lowest quarter of an inch. That would make Thomas and Brumel even al 7-3%. Thomas is more interested in gelling himself primed for the AAU mecl in New York, Ihis weekend and subsequent events in Europe in which he will again meet Brumel in competition. Brumel defeated him in three mcels last winter. Kansas City Minnesota .. Los Angeles Tuesday Results Boston II, Los Angeles 0 (N) Detroit 5, Washington 4 (N) Chicago 5, Cleveland 3 (N) Minnesota 5, Baltimore 4 (N) New York 6, Kansas City 2 (N) at Games Chicago (2 Twi- Cleveland nighl) Detroit at ashington 'N) Baltimore al Minnesota .'N> New York at Kansas Cily (N) Boston at Los Angeles (N) Thursday Gam°s Baltimore at Minnesota Detroit at Washington (N) New Yok a Kansas Cily fN) Boston al Los Angeles (N) Only games ce lor ins irouoie. i .. ..->...-1.11 juuu Crow said the pedestrian wa i k .j v «"cyball canoeing and the mod- cd over to Ihe car and hit him. Police jailed the pedestrian for drunkenness. ern pentathlon. If it decides to have 20 sports on the Tokyo program, the de- Tackles Are Vanishing in Conference By VERNON BUTLER ATLANTA, Ga. <AP> - A few When to Fish or Hunt Solunar Tables Sy John Alden Knight cision will be easy. There will be more defections and Southeastern room for all four. But if the IOC I Conference football coaches will sticks to 13 sports, as there wcrei^e hiring security guards lo save at Rome last year, Ihen Iwo of wnat is ' cjft of lllcir tackle pros the four disputed sports musl be eliminated. The Japanese organizers of the pects. In rapid fire orler, three of the lop tackles in the conference sue games want lo drop canoeing and; cumbcd to books or the lure of Travelers Split Pair With Mobile By VERNON BUTLER As s ociated Press Sports Witer Manager Spencer Robbins ought to dip into his Nashville bull pen more often. Seems that when he converts a reliever inlo a starter, a victory always results. It h a p p c n e cl when Oscar u j Chiniquc, the Cuban right-hander, ~~. , deserted the fire brigade in Ihe Youth Kills Brother BENSON, VI. (API—George M. Ladd, 16 months, playing on the floor of the family garage, was killed Sunday when run over by a station wagon driven inlo Ihe garage. Police said Ihe car was operated by his brother Allen, 14, who had been practicing driving in the driveway. Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching—Sandy Koufax, Dodgers, shut out Cubs on two singles, giving up two walks and striking oul 14, for 3-0 viclory. Hitting—Carl Yastrzcmski, Red Sox, had four for six, driving in five runs with homer and three singles in first Hire trips, in 11-li vieloy over Angels. M'n<>r League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International L e ague Rochester 7-5, Columbus -7 Syracuse 3-1, Richmond 0-G Buffalo 5, Jersey City 4 Toronto at Charleston, postponed Pacific Coast League Seattle 5, Hawaii 4 Sail Lake Cily 6, VancouverS San Diego 5, Portland 4 Major L°ague Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Na'io"al Lea9ue Baiting 'hosed on 150 or more at bats)—Hoak, Pittsburgh, 347-; Moon, Los Angeles, .333. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 49; Boiling, Milwaukee, 44. Huns halted in — Cepeda, San Francisco, 53; Frccse, Cincinnati, 4!). Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 03; Clemcntc, Pittsburgh, 47. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 10; Pinson, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 15. Triples—Virilon, Pittsburgh, 0; Wills, Los Angeles and Clcmcnlc and Stuart, Pittsburgh, 5. Home runs—Cepeda, San Francisco, 18; Mathews, Milwaukee. 17. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Aaron. Milwaukee, 9. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, 0-0, 1.000; Podrcs, Los Angeles, 0-1, .857, Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Ange Ics, 111; Williams, Los Angeles, 85. Amcrican League Batting (based on 150 or more at bats) — Cash. Detroil, .303; Brandt, Baltimore, .351. Runs—Mantle, New York, 55; Colavito, Dclroi.l 51. Runs batted in — Cash, Detroit, 58; Maris, New York, 55. Hits — Piersall, Cleveland, 84; B. Robinson, Baltimore and Ku- bck, New York, 81. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20; Romano, Cleveland, Kubck, New York and O'Connell, Washington, 17. | Triples—Wood, Detroit, (5; Landis, Chicago, Piersall, Cleveland and Keough, Washington, 5. Home runs — Maris, New York, 2i>; Cash, Detroit and Mantle, New York, 20. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 20; Howser, Kansas Cily, 18. Redlegs Split But Remain in First Place By ED WILKS A 5 sociat e d P r ess Sport* Writer The Cincinnati Reds splil a Iwi- lighl doubleheader wilh St. Louis Tuesday night, hut remained in irst place by I'/a games in the National League pennant race. The Reds won their sixlh in a row with a 4-3, 11-inning victory in the opener, then losl 6-3 as ^*i Cards ended Joey Jay's winning slreak al eight games. The Los Angeles Dodgers took over second, winning 3-0 at Chicago behind the two-hit pitching of Sandy Koufax, San Francisco slipped to third with a 2-1 defeat at Milwaukee as Warren Spahn won No. 296 with a four-hitter. Pittsburgh beat Philadelphia 6-2. In the American League, Detrit beal Washington 5-4 and I'/i-gamc lead. The New ,York Yankees look over second place wilh a 0-2 victory at Kansas Cily after Cleveland slipped to third with a 5-3 defeat by Ihe Chicago White Sox. Boston belted the Los Angeles Angels 11-8 and Minnesota beat Baltimore 5-4. The Cardinals, hanging on to fifth place by mere percentage points over Milwaukee, tagjjp.l Jay (8-4) for eight of their 12 hits in Ihe nightcap. Charlie James drove in two runs, bringing in Ihe clincher wilh a double in a two-run sixth inning. Cincinnati blew a 2-0 lead in the opener when Carl Sawalski liil a three-run pinch homer off Jay Hook in the seventh inning. But the Reds bounced back and tied it in the ninth on a pinrh single by Jerry Lynch, then biut reliever Bob Miller (l-l) when he forced home a run with a bases- loaded walk in the llth. The Braves backed Spahnie with homers by Hank Aaron in the sixth inning and Frank Bolling in the eighth in coming from behind pganst Mike McCormick <7-(i>. ' • Dick Stuart and Don Hoak belted two-run homers for the <?•'ales, handing right-hander Art Mahaffey (6-7) his fourth straight defeat. Lefty Harvey Haddix (5-2) shul oul Ihe Phils on four nils for cighl inniggs, then needed relief help from Elroy Face in the ninth. Three singles, by John Roseboro, Maury Wills and Charlie Neal, and an error gave the Dod- Pitching (based on 5 or more j gers all three runs in the seventh decisions) — Lalman, Cleveland, |and beat Glen Hobble (4-8). K^l- 6-0, 1.000; Schwall, Boston and fax (10-3), the first pilcher lo win 10 in Ihe ML this season, didn't allow a hit until Ernie Banks sin- Terry, New York. Strikeouts—Ford, New York, 84; Pascual, Minnesota, 78. glcd with two out in the sevcnlh The schedule ot Solunar perioc •• printed below, has bran take. from John Alden Knight's Soluna Tables. Plan your days so tha f\n will be fisning in good tern tory or bunting in good cover dui ing these times, if you wisb u find the best sport that, eacn da: ba* to offer. TV Major periods are shown I ; j , „ face type. These begin at th. \'' "' ','° * » ihown and last for an houj IT(lk - s ° summcr 2 •od a half or twu bours men. •iter. The minor Periods, showi to regular type, are of somewHii Iborter duratioa Miner Major Minor M«|» *.M P.M 5:10 11:50 5:35 12; 05 M2-.55 1:45 2:40 the modern pentathlon. Euopean countries and some South American nations are fighting to retain ; these two sports. Most IOC mcm- | hers want to hold the program to i 13 sports. Discussion of the ques- ' tion took up most of the IOC sessions Tuesday. i The IOC approved the program | for the l%4 winter game in Innsbruck, Austria. It also set the dates for the winter games, from 9, and for the tmes, from Oct. 11-25. Wed. . Thurs. Fri. . . Sat. . . Sun. .. 11:20 12:35 . 1:25. . 2:15 5:55 6:45 7:35 8:30 6:20 7:10 8:00 8:55 i Fight Results I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ! New Orleans— Jesse Smith, 161; Philadelphia, stopped Johnny Smith. 156. Los Angeles, 9. Detroit— Joe Black, 155, Detroit knocked out Clarence Johnson, Jo6. Alliance, Ohio, 4. playing for cash in the past week. "I wish we could find a vaccine for this sort r.f thing," said an as- sislanl coach at one of the SEC schools. "II could gel to be an epidemic." Ken Frost, rated as Tennessee's mosl valuable lineman in 1960, encountered rscholastic roadhock and announced last Friday he would detour to Ihe Dallas Cowboys of !ne National Football League. Frost, G-fcet-4 and 240 pounds, and father of four, was held out one season and was thus eligible for the professionals when felled by classroom shortcomings- Two days later. Georgia Tech's right side caved in a hit when Ed Nutting, 240-pounder, said he would forego his last year of college eligibility to Irv his hand wilh the Cleveland Browns. Nutting satisfied the professors but he explained, "I have to look IT'S MELON CUTTIN' TIME IN ARKANSAS Let us introduce you to PURE AUTOMOTIVE ELEGAIMCE (with a 2-year, 24,000-mile pledge of excellence) brigade early stages of the Southern Association race And it happened again last night when Robbins called on John Romonsky in order to rest weary Vol pitchers who had been undergoing a siege of doubleheaders. Romonsky responded with a six hitter and shut out the Macon Peaches 4-0. He struck out six batters and he walked nobody. He thus improved his season record to 3-2 and lifted the Vols into a virtual tie with Little Rock for fourth place. Little Rock whipped Mobile 8-4 in the second game of a doubleheader after the Bears had taken the opener 4-2. Atlanta and Shreveport also split a doubleheader. The Sport won the firsl game 3-0 when right-hander Dale Willis pitched liis third shutout. Atlanla struck back behind solid pitching by Ken Rowe to lake Ihe second game 9-4. Birmingham and Chattanooga, who wore to settle a first-place lie, were rained oul and carded a doubleheader for tonight. Concerned With Own Performance BOSTON <AP) — John Thomas isn't too concerned with the current controversy about whether or not Russian Valery Brumel has broken his world high jump record. "That's fine," John said when he heard of Brumel's 2.23 meter -*-' — ' l l^**^ta^ h muMH Umjf??!]V WITH $20,000,000.00 IN SURPLUS WHY DO WE NEED A BOND DEAL? Since the Arkansas Supreme Court has ruled the "Pork Barrel" Omnibus Bill UNCONSTITUTIONAL, |hq State Treasury now has a cush surplus more than adequate to lake tare of ihe immediate needs supposed lo he covered by the BOND DEAL! Why benefit, the favored few wilh high interest rales, attorney's fees, paying agent's fees, etc., when Arkansas has CASH IN THE BANK TO DO THE JOB? ARKANSAS CAN PAY FOR REAL NEEDS, BUT NOT WASTE! No car ha= ever Lc'-n U ; MI of Lim'i.'lri G.'iitiii'-nlu! tjuiet. In fji i. tin c.ji v... be ihe finc-t. ni".-l -i!' nt. iln 1 luxury un>l quality li i- -ilk. Ami j»»t as •!><-(i ami cii^iiKTifd to • nifi>rl,iM' - in lii-lniv. It 1ST COLiN i- so cai>-(ully limit that (!,• v...i!ia:ily f.n -urpa--f- that uf an'. MI! >• i \:>.,< \ .' .;-.: i .,i. (.,; i:.,• i|.-iaiU litre sunn. THE TRADING POST, m- 31$ - 325 e. nw st v H epe , Ark. | at this thing in the light of what | will be best for me in the five I years." Florida last a big one Monday when '200-pound Frank Lusky was denied permission to enter summer school to make up scholastic deficiencies. Lasky, a star on Florida's undefeated l'J5!l freshman team, failed to make Ihe j grades lyrt year, but coaches had | hoped he would gel by this lime. | He was a tirsl stringer in spring practice. I Special Election, {TUESDAY, June 27th\ A special session of the legislature can work oul the details and begin immediately lo lake fare of the slule's legitimate construcUoii needs. LETS USE OUi( CASH WISELY AND AVOID MAKING THE FAVORED FEW RICHER WITH EXCESSIVE INTEREST KATES AND FEES! Vote AGAINST the BOND DEAL... ED (Paid for by Hie Arl. Comm. for t'ne Public Schools, J, K. Shepherd, Crtm.J

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