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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Paft Six HOP I STAR, MOM; ARKANSAS WcJnctctay, June at, Ifif Some Stars Won't Make Russian Trip By ED CORRIGAN A s sociated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The refusal wf seven cligihlcs lo maku (ho •trip for Olympic-style (rack and .•field meets againsl (he Soviet '(Union, West Germany, England ,and Poland next month could cost the United States at least one vie- -tory in Moscow, AAU officials 'conceded today. : "It's disappointing not to be .'able to send our stvonyost learn HtrndoH - Cornelius Funtral Home and Burio! Association Ambulance Servlc* Two-Way Radio, Oxygen, Air Conditioned Phone PR 7-4686 SPRAYERS Row Crop and Posture Sprayers Now l» the Time to Buy -AT- PORTER Implement & Garage 3rd St. Phone 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration abroad," said Pinky. Sober, chief of the (rack and field commilltc. "Actually, the team will not suffer much except in the hammer throw." The first and second place finishers in the national championships last weekend all- were of- ifercil spots in the team. I But Ron .Morris, the pole vault ! winner; Dallas Long and Parry O'Brien, 1-2 in the sholpul; Harold Connolly and Al Hall, 1-2 in the hammer throw, and Al Ocvtcr .and Kink Babka, 2-3 in the discus throw, all refused to make the •• ' r 'Pj Most of them complained that I1 hey couldn't take lime off from j their jobs unless they had some i means of being reimbursed. Mor| ris and O'Brien offered to go only I to (he Moscow meet. Connolly (didn't like the way the last met ! in Moscow was run. | The Soviet's Vasslly Hudcnkov | won the Olympic hammer throw i with a 220-1'i toss. Neither Tom Pagoni nor Bob Backus, the two hammer throwers who will make the trip, can match that. "We were aware in advance (hat most of these fellows couldn't go," said Sober. "But on the other hand their absence opens the door ' for some of our promising youngsters to acquire the international experience that makes champions, :\11 in all. it's a strong team." Jumbo Jim Elliott of Villanova, Standings Tuesday Baseball •y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W- L. Pet- G-B. Detroit ........ 45 24 .(if)2 — New York ..... 44 in .K3F, I Cleveland ..... 41 ,30 .577 5 Boston ........ 36 33 .522 !) Baltimore ..... 30 3-1 .514 9'i Chicago ....... 3G 34 .514 9',i Kansas City ... 2!) 38 .433 15 Washington ... 30 40 .420 15 Vi Minnesota ..... 26 43 .377 I!) Los Angeles ... 25 47 .347 2 Hi Monday Result New York 8, Los Angeles (J Only game scheduled Tuesday Games Washington at Cleveland (N> Chicago at Detroit (2 Twi-night) Baltimore at Kansas City (2 Twi-night) New York at Los Angeles <N) Boston at Minnesota (2 Twi- night) Wednesday Games Washington at Cleveland (2 Twi- night) Chicago at Detroit Boston at Minnesota W New York at Los Angeles (N> Baltimore at Kansas City (N) HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pin* and Hardwood. Hope Yard PrescoH Yard 16th & La. N. on Hwy. t? 7-4321 M-723II Milwaukee .... 31 32 .492 914 St. Louis 30 36 .455 12 Chicago 25 40 ,3B5 16'/2 Philadelphia .. 22 41 .349 1814 Monday Results Philadelphia 1, San Francisco 0 Milwaukee 9, St. Louis 6 Only games scheduled Tuesday Game* Cincinnati at Chicago San Francisco at Philadelphia (N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee nt SI. Louis (N) Wednesday Games Cincinnati at Chicago (2) San Francisco at Philadelphia (2 Twi-night) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) National League Cincinnati Los Angeles .. San Francisco Pittsburgh W- 43 41 38 33 PC'- G.B- .032 — 3 5 7'/a .5Hii .55!) .524 H Southern Association BV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W L Pet G.B. Birmingham . 47 311 .508 Chattanooga .. 4G 33 .582 V 2 Atlanta 40 37 .519 516 Little Rock ... 40 43 .482 8!' 2 Nashville 38 41 .481 814 Shrcvcport ... 37 44 .457 10'/ 2 Macon 34 42 .447 11 Mobile 34 43 .442 ll'/j Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta (2) Macon at Nashville Mobile at Little Rock Shrcvepoii at Birmingham Monday Night's R»sylfs Mobile 2, Little Rock 1 Nashville 5, Macon 4 Shreveport ',',, Birmingham 2 Chattanooga at Atlanta, ppd.. rain the head coach, called it a "great group of youngsters. They should give us a fine start toward the 1964 Olympics." Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National L c agu» Batting (based on 150 or more at bats)—Hoak, Pittsburgh, .341; Altman, Chicago, .335. Kims—Mays, San Francisco, 57; Robinson, Cincinnati, 52. Runs batted in—Ccpeda, San Francisco, 59; Robinson, Cincinnati, 57. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 08; Wills, Los Angeles, 84. Doubles—Pinson, Cincinnati, 17; Colcman, Cincinnati, 16. Triples—Virdon, Pittsburgh, 6; Altman, Chicago, Wills, Los Angeles Stuart and Clcmcnlc, Pittsburgh and Boycr, St. Louis, 5. Home runs—Cepcda, San Francisco, 20; Robinson, Cincinnati, 18. Stolen bases—Pinson, Cincinnati, 13; Aaron, Milwaukee and Mays, San Francisco, 10. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions—Podrcs, Los Angeles, 7-1, .875; .Miller, San Francisco, 6-1, .857. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 117; Williams, Los Angeles, 94. Ame r i c an League Batting (based on 150 or more at bats) — Cash, Detroit, .377; Brandt, Baltimore, .361. Runs—Mantle, New York, 63; Maris, New York, 61. : llits — Picrsall, Cleveland, !)0; B. Robinson, Baltimore, f!8. Doubles—Power, Cleveland, 20; Romano, Cleveland, 19. Triples — Landis, Chicago and Wood, Detroit, G; Picrsall, Clove- land and Koough, Washington, 5. Home runs—Maris, New York, 27; Cash, Detroit, 24. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 22; Howsc'r, Kansas City, 19. Pitching (based on 5 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, 6-0, 1.000; Terry,'New York, 5-0, 1.000. Strike outs — Ford, New York, lOO; Pascual, Minnesota, 86. Minor League Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Association Louisville 11, Houston 10 ( 11 innings) Denver 7, Omaha 5 Major Leafut Stars Hitting—Bill Skowron, Yankee*, went 3-for-5 and beat Angels 8-fl with three-run homer with two out in ninth. Pitching — Jim Owens, Dallas Green, Phils, each gave up four hits in 1-0 victory over Giants with Owens, making first start, Int. Lgu All-Stars 2, Cleveland pitching six innings and clainiing (AD 0 klccision, . »* Indianapolis 3, D a 11 a s-Fort Worth 0 • Pacific Coast League .Tacoma 7, Seattle 4 'Vancouver 5-10, San Diego 0-0 Portland 11, Salt Lake City 2 Hawaii 9, Spokane 6 International League OTICE We Will Be Closed Wednesday, June 28th Getting Ready for Our Big SEMI - ANNUAL SHOE SALE SEE OUR BIG AD IN WEDNESDAY HOPE STAR FOR BARGAINS GALORE Sale Starts Thursday, 8:30 A. M. OVERTURF'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 214 S. MAIN ST. HOPE, ARK. NEY'S GIVE YOUR BUDGET A HOLIDAY! THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS TO SAVE FOR THE FAMILY DURING PENNEY'S CARNIVAL OF VALUES! DUALITY All Items Going On Sale Tomorrow at 9 Sharp!! USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD! REDUCED TO CLEAR! WOMEN'S SWIM SUITS • Values to 8.95 • Entire Stock! Charge It! $ 5. HOT VALUE! SIZZLERS GIRL'S SWIM SUITS Sizes 3 to 14! Entire Stock Reduced! Save Plenty! 1.50.2-00 . 3.00 TAKE YOUR PICK! MEN'S SWIM SUITS $ 2 Entire Stock Reduced! Charge It! SIZZLERS! SAVE! BOY'S SWIM SUITS • Hurry for These Terrific Buys! Charge If! 1.47 STYLES! FABRICS! COLORS! AUTOMATIC WASH n WEAR SLACKS LITTLE OR NO IRON • Entire Stock Reduced! • Free Alterations! • Waist Sizes 2.9 to 42! • Hurry You'll Want to Buy Several Pairs! • Going on Sale at 9! Charge It! OVER 500! BANG! Entire Stock Reduced MEN S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Group! Group 11 j.66 2-00 • Plaids! Solids! Prints! You name it! • Penney's Own Famous Brands! Top Fabrics! • Buy'em by the Arm Loads! Charge It! Pay Later! BUY NOW AND SAVE! Women's Summer SKIRTS! • Values to 5.95! • Prints • Solids! • Cottons • Blends! 3 OUT THEY GO! Summer Jamaicas and Bermuda SHORTS! • 200 Pairs! • Values to 3.98 Charge It! 1.67 ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! Women's and Girl's SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Terrific Buys! Save! Going On Sale Wednesday ONLY 25 PAIRS! Girls Canvas PLAY SHOES! • Reduced From 2.79! Charge It! $ 1. REMEMBER: YOUR PINNIY CHARGf CARD MAKIS IT IASY TO iUY ALL YUUK SUMMER NEEDS

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