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JUM SI, 1HI Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK (AP) —Here is n fishing forecast from thc Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Catherine; Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Bream fair on crickets and worms. Lake Maumellc: Water clear and normal. Bass fair. Crappic fair lo good on live minows, The Cincinnati Reds Defeated fishing deen. Bream good on St. Louis 7-5 Thursday night for crickets and red worms. Redlegs Down Cards Again; Dodgers Lose By ED WILKS As««ei«»ed P r e«s Sports Writer Maris Slams 27th, Ford Wins No. 12 By ED WILK Associated Press Sports Writer The Detroit Tigers retained a one-game lend in the American League with a 0-4 victory at A two-game lead in thc National j Lake Hamilton: Water clear,-——- League pc'nnanl race .after Hie and normal. Black bass good on' Washington Thursdya nigtit while second place Los Angeles Dodg-| artificial and live bail. Crappic 'the second place New York Van- «rs lost 7-5 lo thc Chicago Cubs. ! jr 0 od on minows and jigs. Bream \kccs, with Whllcy Ford winning The Dodgers open a three-game "fair to good on crickets and nis 12tn allc! Roger Maris hitting scries at Cincinnati tonight. |worms. jhis 27th home run, breezed past Milwaukee spilled third place! Lake Bull Shoals: Water condi- .Knnsas City 8-3. Thc victory also Sfln Francisco four games from (ions good, bul falling slowlv. BassL gt ™ c tllc .,', gcr l a lnrcc -fij! mo the top by healing thc Gitinls ll-fi. fair „„ surface lures. White bass ^ ule , c °T ldlc Cleveland as they .fair on surface lures. Blue gill And Pittsburgh defeated Pbiladd phia 5-1. ; good on worms. Crappic fair on In thc American League. Do-.minnows. Ifdit defeated Washington (M and | stayed a game ahead of the sec-lgmid. Black l;;;ss good on artificial onti-placc New York Yankees, i ia it. Bream good on crickets and who won 8-3 at Kansas City. Gal-i worms. Crappic fair tirnorc belted Minnesota a-2 and | L ., kc Noi . f() ,. k . W;ltcr cl- floston defeated thc Los Angeles. Bass fail . 01 , . irliflcia , h . 1JL Cat . head into a four-game scries Hope M Star SPORTS Standings Southern Association By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS W. L- Pe.t G'i. .GOO Birminfiham Chattanooga Atlanta Little Rock Nashville against thc third place Indians to- Shrcvcport 45 30 44 31 .587 3!) 34 .534 37 41 .474 35 39 .473 3!) 41 .461 1 5 9'/2 9'/2 lOVi night. i Macon 32 39 .451 II Angels 3-2. Lakc^puachita: Water conditions >. ind Bost()11 dcfealcd thc Los Angeles Angels 3-2 in thc only other games scheduled Thursday night. In thc National League, Cincinnati beat St. Louis 7-5, thc Dodgers lost 7-5 to the Chicago Cubs, Baltimore beat Minnesota 8-2, Mobile 30 42 .417 13'/i ;fish fair on trout and trot and The Reds, out-hit ti-(i ny lhc! w illow limb lines. Cards, came from behind wiln J Lake Conway: Water clear and two runs in the fourth inning, normal. Bream good on crickets then wrapped it up with a three-'ami worms. Bass" fair to good on Today's Games Atlanta at Little Rock Birmingham at Nashville Shrcvcport al Mobile Chattanooga at Macon (2) Thursday's Re«olts and Picrsall, Cleveland, 8(5; Ku- bck, New York, 83. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20; Romano, Cleveland, Howscr, Kan- sns City Kubek, New York and 0'Conncll, Washington, 17. riplcs—Wood, Detroit, 6; Landis, Chicago, Picrsall, Cleveland and Keough, Washington, 5. " Home runs—Maris New York, 27; Mantle, New York, 22. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 21: Howscr, Kansas City, 18. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, G-0, 1.000; Terry, New York, 5-0, 1.000. Strikeouts — Ford, New York, !)3; Ramos, Minnesota, 81. Golf Meet Planned on July 4 The first annual Hope Country Club Four-Ball Golf Tournament will be played on the Fourth of July. Qualifying rounds of in holes may be played between June 21 and Saturday, July 1. Qualifying Milwaukee dropped third-place ;Macon 2-3, Nashville 0-0 San Francisco 8-6 and Pittsburgh .Birmingham 15, Chattanooga 11 defeated Philadelphia 5-1. Atlanta 5, Shrcvcporl 1 Maris hit a pair of doubles and Mobile 4, Little Rock 3 a single in addition to the homer, run sixth off loser Larry Jackson; minows and artificial bail. Crap-)a three-run shot off loser Norm (3 ' 7) - Pie fair on minnows. Bass (4-G) thai capped a five-run Finol Rites for Coach Davis George Altman, Billy Williams L ; ,I <C Grecson: Water clear. and Jerry Kindall each hit home Bream good on crickets and runs and drove in two runs as| NV orms. Crappic fair, laic in aftcr- thc Cubs beat the Dodgers for noon, on minnows, onjy tnc third time in 12 games. The Dodgers, who had homers by John Roscboro, Daryl Spencer and Duke Snider, blew a 4-1 lead. The fifth-place Braves, winning four in a row for the first time. hammered five home runs, two FAYETEVILLE. Ark. by Frank homas, while putting | Funeral services for John (Red) away a tnrce-gamc sweep ovet^Davis. GO, University of Arkansas the Giants. Two home Smoky Burgess drove in the Pi- in the Watson Funeral Home here". rates' first four runs. Both shots j Davis became sports publicity were off John Buzhardt i2-f!>, who ! director at Arkansas in 1947 and hit Burgess with a pitch in 'nis more recently was in charge of third trip to the plate and was j program publication and conces- handed an automatic $50 "boan-Lsion managcmqnt at the uni " • second inning for the Yankees. It was Marls' J.Sth home run in June three shy of the major league record. Consecutive doubles by Rocky New York Colavito and Norm Cash cracked | Cleveland j tennis coach who died Thursday, runs by catchnr jwill | )c held at 10 a.m. Saturday ball" fine. • versify, in addition to his tennis duties. ! While a sportswriter for the Citrus growers in Imperial Val- Lakeland, Fla.. Star Telegram in Icy, Calif., estimate it lakes about '1922, he initiated the All-Southern 1250 glasses of irrigation water high school football team and was (0 produce one glass of orange i chairman of the board of selection juice. I of the team for 25 years. By ED WILKS Thu-ay Baseball By THE ASSOCIAED PRESS Am e rican League W. L- Pet. G.B- Detroit 42 23 .G4G — .41 24 .631 1 . 40 27 .507 3 a 4-4 tic in the seventh inning for the Tigers, who twice had to come from behind before handing Boslo 34 31 .523 Baltimore 34 33 .507 ft 9 thc Senators their sixth straight i Washington defeat. ' Kansas City Gus Triandos drove in five runs Minnesota .. Chicago 32 34 .485 10'/ 2 30 36 .455 12'/ 2 27 30 .42!) 14 with three hits, two of them doubles, as the Orioles beat the Twins and southpaw Jim Kaat (2-7), There were 15 bases on balls but only five hits in Boston's squeeker at Los Angeles. The Red Sox, behind the two-hit pitching of rookie Galen Cisco and winning reliever Mike Fornicles 153), won it on a third-inning single by Chuck Schlling. Shawncc Indians arc thought to have been '.lie first inhabitants of Crawlcy' Ridge, in northeast Arkansas. Los Angeles 25 41 24 44 17% Air conditioning—an extra-cost option that gives you fingertip temperature control. Try it. YOU'LL FIND JUST THE CAR YOUVE GOT IN MIND AT YOUR CHEW DEALER'S ONE-STOP SHOPPING CENTER Thirty-one models to pick and choose from! Jet-smooth Chevrolets, fleet-footed Corvairs, the one-of-its-kind Corvette—just name your pleasure. Then stop in for a. pleasant visit with your Chevrolet dealer. For full-sized fun, take a look at Chevy's budget-lovin' Biscaynes, ever-popular Bel Airs and always-elegant Impalas. (A tip for top-downers: The Impala Convertible is the liveliest, loveliest ever.) For king-sized wagon fans there are six happy-hauling, vacation-minded Chevrolet wagons. And, for a thrift-car treat, don't miss the nifty selection of easy-handling Corvairs—sedans, coupes, Monzas, and Lakewood and Greenbrier wagons. Take your pick—the easy way. Just one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's does it. New Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN One of five delightful Impala models with just ibout everything anyone could want in a car. Here's top-of-the-line luxury—at • Sensible Chevy price. New Chevrolet BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN Like all Chevrolets, this family favorite brings you Body by Fisher craftsmanship . . . and it's priced just above the thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets. CHEVY'S traditionally high resale* means it costs less in the long run Because these people-pleasing Chevies keep on bringing more trade-in money, it's almost like having your cake and eating it, too. One more reason for going Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Happy motoring. And many happy returns! tBjsed on prices in fe Nat'dnal Automobile Dealers Assocution otfici*! USED CAR GUIDE, rtcent-model Crievroiets are no« bringing a righer ptrctntazt el thfir irigm»l pnct th«n iny ether full-sized car m tneir field. hursday Results Baltimore I). Minnesota 2 Detroit fi. Washington 4 W New York I!, Kansas City 3 (N) Boston 3 Los Angeles 2 (N) Only games F r iday Games Detroit at Cleveland (N) New York at Minnesota W Baltimore at Los Angeles <N) Washington at Chicago 'N) Boston at Kansas City (N) Saturday Games Detroit at Cleveland Washington at Chicago New York at Minnesota Boston at Kansas City Baltimore at Los Angeles (N) Sunday Games Detroit at Cleveland (2) Washington at Chicago (2) Boston at Kansas City (2) New York at Minnesota Baltimore at Los Angeles National League Batting (based on 150 or more at bats)—lloak, Pittsburgh, .I142; Aaron, Milwaukee and Moon, Los Angeles, .330. Runs—Mays, San Francisco, 53; HobinsOn, Cincinnati, 49. Tluns'. batted in—Ccpecla, San Francisco, 53; Robinson, Cincinnati, 52.' . • . ' • ' Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 86. Wills, L'ps .Angeles and Aaron, Milwaukee, 7U. -Doubles — Colcman, Cincinnati, 16; 'Pinspn, Cincinnati and Mays, San Francisco, 15. Triples—Virdon, Pittsburgh, 6; Wills/Los'Angeles and Stuart and Clcmcntc, Pittsburgh, 5. . i Home runs—Cepcda, San Francisco, IB; Robinson, Cincinnati and Mathcws, Milwaukee, 17. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Aaron, Milwaukee, 10.. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions)—Miller, San Francisco, fi-0, 1.000; Podrcs, Los Angeles, 7-1, .875. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 111; Williams. Los Angeles, 91. Mobile Edges the Travs in Close One By TH6 ASSOCIAEO PRESS It look a 3 Vfe • hour donnybook to do it, but Birmingham today has sole possession of first place, in the Southern Association. The Barons broke a deadlock ...with Chattanooga over the leacuc scores will be broken down to lead by stomping the Lookouts Four teams of two men each will 15-11 Thursday night in the Marabe made up from each flight thon contest in which Birming- and Will compete against other for first place in flight. Qualifying scores will not count and each ham used four pitchers their Chattanoga employed six. Third - place Atlanta defeated .Shrcvcporl 5-t. Mobile edged Little, in the tournament. Tournament Rock 4-3 and Macon won both scores will be determined by each ends of a doublchcader with Nash team's low ball on each hole not total scores of each team. The tournament is open to club members and "eligible non-members. Prizes will be awarded for winners in each flight and the medalist in the qualifynig round. The entry fee is $1.00. A Pitch and Putt Contest and Driving Contest will follow with winners of each receiving prizes. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Montreal — Bob Clcrotix, 200, Montreal, stopped Alex Mileff, 208, Argentina, 7. Los Angeles—Franklin Hayncs, ]ni'/2, Los Angeles, outpointed Irish Roy Smith, 170 Vz, Torrancc. Calif., 10. Jim McCartcr, 216V4 Los Angeles, outpointed Dave Furch, 197, Phoenix, Ariz.. 10. villc, 2-0 and 3-0. Despite the fact thc Barons never trailed, their winning pitcher was Jerry Lock, who shut off thc Lookouts with no runs in the final two innings. Purnal Goldy the Lookouts with no runs in the I final two innings. Purnal Goldv led Birmingham with five hits, and drove in three runs, as did Stan Palys. Chattanooga got 14 hits, including John Ilcrrnstcin's three-run homer and Wayne Graham's two doubles, which drove in four runs Thad Tillotson, with ninth-inning help from reliever Jack Smith pitched and hit Atlanta to victory over Shrcvcport. Thc lean right- hander spanked tsvo singles, thc second one playing a big role in Lhc Crackers' three-run uprising in the seventh, and drove in two runs. National League W- L. Pet. G-B. Cincinnati 41 24 .031 — os Angeles ... 40 27 .597 2 San Francisco . 30 27 .571- 4 Pittsburgh .... 32 27 .542 G Milwaukee .... 29 30 .492 9 | St. Louis 28 33 .459 11 Chicago 23 39 .371 1G\ Philadelphia . 18 40 .310 19'A; 1 Thur scl ay Results Chicago 7, Los Angeles 5 Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia KNV Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 5 IN) : Milwaukee 8, San Francisco G (N) ' Friday Games i Los Angeles at Cincinnati IN> • San Francisco at St. Louis Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Milwaukee (N) Saturday Gam*s Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2) Los Angeles at Cincinnati Chicago at Milwaukee San Francisco at St. Louis Sunday Games Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2) Los Angeles at Cincinnati Chicago at Milwaukee San Francisco at St. Louis (2) Minor League Results By HE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 5-2, Charles 2-3 (2nd 14 innings) Syracuse 8-5, Richmond 4-G CXnd 11 innings) Columbus 0, Rochester 5 Buffalo at Jersey City, postponed ' American Association ' Indianapolis 2-G, Houston 1-5 Louisville 4-6, Dallas - Fort Worth 3-12 Denver 20, Omaha 2 Pacific Coast League Seattle 7, Hawaii 4 Original Keystone Cop Dies at 68 HOLY WOOD (AP) — Rea M. Hunt, 08, an original Keystone Kop in silent movies, is dead of a heart attack. He succumbed Wednesday at his homo in suburban Pacoima. During a 40-year movie-industry career, Hunt was a producer, director and cameraman as well as actor in Mack Scnnctl's early comedies. He retired last October •after serving 20 years as property master for Columbia Pictucs. Spokane 6, Tacoma 5 San Diego 3, Portland 0 Vancouver 10, Salt Lake City 2 Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hitting—Frank Thoriias.Bravcs, belted two dome runs and single, driving in four runs, in 8-G victory over Giants. Pitching—Galen Cisco and Mike Fornielcs, Red Sox, paired for two-hit, 3-2 victory over Angeles with Fornielcs pitching five innings of no-hit, shutout relief. Photographers Pick Mode! WICHITA, Kan. (API—Joann Dyer, Miss Ohio, was chosci Miss National Press Phologra pher Thursday night at the Na tional Press Photographers Con vcntion. Second place winner was Sharon Alkirc, Miss Colorado, and third place went to Gloria Shaw, Miss Illinois. Hope Star Published every weekday dffftrntub STAft PUilliHINO CO. MM. C. t. Peimtir, PrMMeM Alex. H. Wtihbiirn, Wer-T**t, at the St*f ItilMiAf ttor of Hop* It**; *«i* 1»» Consolidated January U, tMt 212-14 South Walnut ItrtM Hope, ArkanMi 4 •«•«*• Men. H. Washburh, Editor Paul H. Jones, Managing Mit«f Oonal Parker, Advcrtitin*/ M«r. Mrs. Jean Adler, Clatiitled Mf>. C, M. (Pad) Roger, Jr., Clre'l. MfT. George W. Hosmcr, Mtth. Jn»t. Entered as second ctatt mctter • the Post Office at Hope, ArhMMI under the Act of March I, 1I»T. 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Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Member of The Associated Prett The Associated Press I. entitled ex :lusivcly lo the use lor rcpublicatio»l of all the local news printed In th) I newspaper, as wall o* all AP, tie* tispatchej. port Wednesday after a six-hour Lrip from Dover on a wooden bed frame. It was mounted on a 12- lot twin-hulled boat with an outboard motor. Found Guilty CIUDAD THU.J1LLO, Dominican Republic <AP>—The first person tried for the assassination of Generalissimo Rafael Trujillo has been found guilty. Thc defendant was former Maj. Gen. Jose Rene Roman Fernandez, former minister of defense. He faces prison or death. Channel Crossing CALAIS, France (AP)—A London bank clerk lias found a new way to cross the English Channel —by bed. When to Fish or Hunt Solunar * Tables By John Alden Knight The schedule of Solunar period* us printed below, has been take* from John Alden Knight's Solunai Fables. Plan your days M tho< you will be fisning In good toff- tory or bunting in good cover dur ing these times, <( you Wish U 7ind the best sport that eaco day nas to offer. The Major periods are shown ftl ^Id face type. These begin at MM Mme shown and last for an booi and a half or two hours ther» after. The minor Periods, sbowi in regular type, are of somewhai sdorter duration. Miner Malw Mine* A.M. . PJ Fri. Sat. 12:35 6:45 . 1:25..7:35 Bob Flatten, 30, chugged into Sun. ... 2:15 8:30 12:55" 7:11 1:45 f:M 2:40 1:55 NOT-SO-STRANGE BEDFELLOWS" Major L c ague Leaders BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 150 or more at bats) — Cash, Detroit, .365;Brandt, Baltimore, .358. Runs—Mantle, New York 58; Maris, New York, 54. Runs batted in—Cash, Detroit and Maris, New York, 59; Maii- Uc, New York, 56. Hits—B. 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