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Pa«t Six flOPI STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS thurnfay, July 13, 1*61 Major Leagues Pennant Races Starts Again By Associated ED WILKS Pre s s Sports Writer Hope M Star PORTS iTcenl- i .- Sun- The maaor league pennant races interrupted by a wild wind in San Francisco, pick up again today wilh the All-Slar game heroes back in the pack in the National League running and the All-Star game goats on the Ihrcshhold of first place in the American. The New York Yankees, whose sluggers, Mickey Mantle anil Rimer Maris, contributed just one single between them in seven trip* ns the NL beat the AL .'•-:; in 10 innings at San Francisco Tuesday in the windswept All-Star game. play at Chicago tonight ai regain Ihe lead from idl place Detroit. New York slipped one age point behind the Tiui day before the majors stalled Ih three-day All-Star game break. In the National, the Cincinnali : Reds take a five-game bulge into ' the opener of a four-game scries with the seventh-place Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati. The second- place Los Angeles Dodgers, uith pitcher Don Drysdale sidelined by i suspension and catcher Norm '• Sherry sidelined by injury, start a three-game set at home against : last-place Philadelphia. \ Roberto Clemente of Pittsburgh drove in the winning run in the All-Star game and Willie Mays of San Francisco, who batted in the tying run and scored the clincher. go back to belting against each other as the third-place Pirates play the Giants this afternoon at Candlestick Park, San Francisco's Cave of the Winds. The other NL game semis Milwaukee to St. Louis tonight. In the American, it's Baltimore at Boston. Minnesota at Cleveland and Kansas City at Washington. The Yankees. 3-2 over the White Sox this season, seim Bill Stai'i'op; <7-4> against Chicago and Early Wynn i7-l>. the right-handed veteran who will be shoot ins for his 292nd Career win and hi.- nth in a row. New York figures to have first baseman Bill Skowroii back and doesn't expect to be wilhout Mantle, who injured hi- wrist while batting in the All-Star .ame. Skowron injured his bad; once again . in pregame practice on Sunday. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami Reach. Fla.—Guillermo Dulschmaiin. 174'-, Las Pampas, Argentina, outpointed F r e (I tl i C Blades 174. Fort Laudcrclalc Fla.. 10. Carson City. Nev.—Manuel Elias. H7. Phoenix. Ariz, knocked out Victor Rodriguez 116. Mon- Icrrev Mexico. 3. Standings S°uth cr n Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "Trays Defeat Nashville by 8-4 Score By VERNON BUTLER Associated PrsOs Sprots Witcr About a month ago the Nash- \ille Vols were making thr.eatcn- ing gestures toward the Southern Association, leaders but today they're Irving frantically to escape a plunge into Ihc cellar. Wilh only eight victories in their last :!0 games, (lie Vols arc perched perilously close lo Ihc dungeon, only half a game ahead of the punchless Mobile Bears. Both tail- enders lost Wednesday. Atlanta shaded Mobile 2-1 in an afternoon : game witnessed by only 198 paying customers in Atlanta. Little Ruck whipped Nashville 8-4 before an (.-veiling turnout of 393 at Nashville. Shreveport had the "big" crowd, ,">."> hardy fans who saw pace setting Chattanoga wallop the Sports 9-2 and expand its lead over idle Birmingham to one game. Wot grounds at Birmingham idled the Barnos and the visiting Macon Peaches. Chattanooga Birmingham Atlanta Little Hock Shreveport Macon Mobile .... W. ofi M f)2 4!! 4fi 41 33 Pet. G.B. ,r>83 — ..T74 .fw!) .495 .47!) .461 .41U Search for Nev/ Cures Conti N ues Today's Games Cballanooga at Shreveport Little Rock at Nashville (2) Macon at Birmingham Mobile at Atlanta (2) Wednesday's Results Little Rock B. Nashville 4 Atlanta 2. Mobile 1 Chattanooga !i, Shreveport 2 Macon at Birmingham, postponed, rain Thursday's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS W. U.PCt-G-B, .647 — .(i4G 41! 37 .5(55 47 30 .547 42 44 .488 40 45 .471 31! 4(5 .452 35 51 .407 Detroit New York . Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Chicago Boston Washington Los Angeles Minnesota . Kansas Citv 30 29 37 39 44 45 46 51 50 52 New manager of the local Safeway Store is Truman Ewing, pro moted lo Hope from Monroe, replaces elevated Monroe, married the West La., store. Mr. Ewing Harlcy Loy who was to manager of the big La., store. Truman is and has one daughter, Karen Sue, 13. The Ewing's are members of the Baptist Church. :i4 r>o .405 31 52 .373 Wednesday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games Baltimore at Boston. N Minnesota at Cleveland, N Kansas City at Washington, New York at Chicago. N Only games scheduled Friday's Schedule Baltimore at Boston, N Kansas City at Washington, Los Angeles at Cleveland, N Minnesota at Detroit, N New York at Chicago, N National By SAM DAWSON Cincinnati AP Business News Analyst j Los Angeles XK\V YORK (API—The drug j Pittsburgh .... indu.-try will spend more money jSan Francisco than ever year in its search Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE ROCK <AP<-llere is a fishing forecast from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission: Lake Maumelle: Water clear and normal. Bass good, spot fishing early and late. Bream good, fishing deep, with worms and crickets. Crappie good, fishing deep, with live minnows. • Lake Hamilton: Water conditions good. All fishing fair on all bait. Lake Ouachita: Water clear and normal. Black bass fair on artificial and live bait. Bream lair, on crickets and worms. Crannie slow. j Lake Greeson: No report. i Lake Conway: Water clear and normal. Bass fair to uood on minnows and artificial bwit. Crappie fair to good un minnows. Bream good on crickets, worms and popping bugs. { Lake Bull Shoals Water conditions good. White Bass good on artificial lures. Black ba-.- fan- on deep running plugs. Crappie fair on minnow?. Lake Catherine: Water clear and normal. Bass fair on artificial bait. Bream fair OR c: :ckei.- and worms. Lake Norfork: Water clear and falling. Bass fair on jigs ami ee!-. Catfish fair on trot and willow limb lines. Milwaukee 54 49 42 44 37 League W. L. Pct.G.B (143 — new cures for human ailments | st. Louis 36 —:>ncl this in spite of some ills of its own. The industry's troubles include: a chorus of complaints from the ailing who contend their prcscrip- j tion drugs cost too much, official I inquiries into the industry's prac-! lices both of pricing and promo- I tions, and an average drop in' profits of 3.6 per cent. The industry stoutly denies it overcharges, citing as one of its rising costs the expensive research it carries on with the ever- present risk $f finding noKh(ng) profitable. It also defends its promotion tactics as necessary in one of the most highly competitive of Indus;tries. And naturally the individual companies hope that the decline in profits will he reversed. In many cases, if they arc, it will be because of some new formula found and developed by their expensive research crews. The Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association reports today that a survey of its member firms shows a record S227 million budgeted for research and development in 19ril of drugs for human.-;, plus S5.R million for veterinary drug products. The previous record of $206.5 million was invested last year in human drug research and $5.4 million for animals. Together this 30 35 35 39 40 43 44 .5(13 .545 .530 .481 .456 .450 .295 n R'-i 15' is 16 28 Chicago 36 Philadelphia .. 23 Wednesday's Results No games scheduled T°day's Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco Milwaukee at St. Louis, N Chicago at Cincinnati. N Philadelphia at Los Angeles, Frieay's Schedule Chicago at Cincinnati, N Milwaukee at St. Louis, N Philadelphia at Los Angeles, N Milwaukee at St. Louis, N Philadelphia at Los Angeles, N Pittsburgh at San Francisco, N N ,;t. le Herbert Jack Lloyd, 24, I has graduated with honors from | "Pathfinders" school at Ft. Bcn- ning, Ga. and was commended for outstanding service as an in- Istruclor. He graduated from the ! academy in Ausburg, Germany as a jumpmastcr and was graduated wilh honors from Ranger School. He was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division and was sent to West point to train Cadets and was featured in the West Point News as a "sky diver." Sgt. Lloyd has 110 jumps lo his credit, is married lo the former Darlene Morton and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lloyd of Hope. All-Star Grid Players Report to Coach Otto EVANSTON. III. (APi — The 1901 College All-Sliir foothall learn j — Hfi strong — reports to Head Coach Otto Graham today to open a three-week training program. The collegians, who wound up their school competition last full, will oppose the champions of I he National [''oothall League, the Philadelphia Eagles in the annual All-Star game Aug. 4 in Slodier Field. Graham's assistant coaches and the players register at Northwestern t'niversity today. The. .squad will hold one-a-day practice sessions I'Viday and Saturday and start Iwice-a-day session at Dyehe Stadium .Monday. This is Graham's foiirlh year ! as head coach of the All-Stars. .The former Northwestern and i Cleveland Brown quarlcrback I now is head folball coach a tlhe ! U.S. (.'oast Guard Academy. Graham's assistants are Don Doll, formerly of Southern California ;I)icl< Stanfel. San Francisco: John Saner. U.S. Mililary Academy; Mike Searry, ex-Cleveland Browns player and formei coach a! Washington Stale; and Danle l.avclli. Cleveland Browns. Looking for beef as well as .speed and ability, coaches select' erl !>."> players who weigh from 2'.W \ to 2H5. j Kwls include Mike Dilka, Pitls- j burgh; Karl F a i s o n, Indiana: Marlin McKeevcr. Southern Call fornia; and El Kimbrough, North 'western. Among Hie tackles are Joe i Kugens. 2-lf), Illinois; Ken [<ice Jl.l, Auburn: Bill Shaw, 2. r >() Geor gia Tech; and Bob Lilly Wfi, Tex ,is Christian. Guards inelirU 1 : .lack Novak 21~i. Miami of Florida; Myron Pot lios, 22!!. Notre Dame: Jim Tyrer 2(i"). Ohio SU'le and Bruce Tar bxo 2!!5, Syracuse. Center prospects include Frank \isled Navy; Mike Pyle, Yale and Greg Larson. Minnesota. i Backfield prospects include Tom Matte, Ohio State quartci , back; Joe Bellino. Navy; Bob | iCrespino and George Blair, Mi.-. Mssippi; Tom Mason. Tulane; and , George Flemming, University of : Washington. Philadelphia skirls drills at Ilershey, Pa.. Friday. CASH ON THE BARRELHEAD c. PMinor League Resu'ts By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Buffalo 5, Rochester 4—12 in nings Columbus 4, Richmond 0 Syracuse 5, Toronto 2 Charleston 5, Jersey City 0 Am er i c an Association Dallas-Fort Worth 1-4. Omaha 0-6 Denver 5, Houston 2 Indianapolis 11. Louisville 1 Pacific Coast League Vancouver 2-6, Spokane 1-0 Seattle 13, Portland 10—10 innings Tacoma 4, Hawaii 1 San Diego 8, Salt Lake City 5 More Riders Plan Tours of South By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Four "Frcdom Riders" who; earlier agreed lo slop their lour ; of the South in exchange for suspended fines and jail sentences changed their minds and returned lo jajl at Lille Rock, Ark. One of Ihc four, the Rev. John C. Raines, 27, of Setauket, N.Y.. said Wednesday night the group discussed Ihc matter and decided thai to leave would be giving up something they believed was right i Raines said he assumed the j group would begin serving six- came to 7.7 per cent of total 11)00 month sentences. domestic and foreign sales. | Municipal Judge Quinn Glover Six firms reported foreign re- i convicted the group on breach of search and development activities, ! peace charges Wednesday but with $2.1 million budgeted for that this' year, or about 1 per cent of all their research allocations. The association notes that the $227-million expenditure this year will be a 276 per cent increase over the $60 million the same companies spent in 1951. In the decade the industry has found and profitably developed many prescription drugs once called miracles and now regarded as commonplace. This year's expanding research activity is attributed by Dr. Austin Smith, association president, "to the highly competitive search for breakthrough discoveries to combat many common ailments— notably cancer and cardiovascular disease." said he would suspend their si\ month terms and $500 fines if they would go home. The four arrested Monday night when they stopped at Little Rock en route from St. Louis to Shreveport and New Orleans, La at first agreed to leave hut later decided to remain in jail. Meanwhile at New Orleans Judge John Minor Wisdom of Ihc U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals granted a convicted Freedom Rider the- right to lake her case to his court. It was the first of the . Freedom Rider cases to reach Ihis judicial level. Wisdom signed a certificate of prboable cause allowing Elizabeth Wyckoff, 4(i, New York free lance writer, lo appeal lo the federal appeals court. Miss Wyckoff was arrested June 2 at the Trailways bus terminal in Jackson, Miss., for i breach of the peace and convicl- ncl on June 5. Jackson Cily Judge James Spencer sentenced her lo a $200 fine and a suspended Mclay jail term. She refused lo pay the fine and went lo Ihe state i prison to work it out at the rale of 53 per day. At Jackson. Spencer convicted two Jackson Negroes for breach of the peace in the city's first lunch counter sit-in, lie fined La- vaghn Brown, Hi, and Jimmic Travis, 18, $200 and sentenced them to four months in jail. ' At San Francisco, five Bay area religious leaders are heading a "mission to Mississippi" in Lightning Strikes, ,' Kills Fisherman $ REDONDO BEACH, Calif. (AP) — I expect lots of fishermen get killed," Robert M. Lindeburg said o a friend with whom he was urf casting during a Uiundcr- ilorm. Minutes later Lindeburg was lead, struck by lightning. The friend, Lee J. Scott, who elated the conversation lalei;, •>aid that he had agreed wi«* Jndcburg and had suggested they ;o home. But Lindeburg decided .0 slay Seoll said Lindeburg was fishing Wednesday with a steel pole and was barefooted Seoll wore rubber hip boots. As Seott started to leave the beach the bolt struck. "All of a sudden 1 was knocked down and it fell as if my hair was frying, sort of sizzling," 1^ said. "When i gol up I wasifx hurl, jusl shaken." THAT'S MY POP—-Open-mouthed Hal Smith raced after a foul pop-up off Ernie Banks' bat at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Cubs' slugger was attempting to bunt. The Pittsburgh catcher had no trouble making the catca. Fryers, Ham, Beef Feature of Markets Weekly Food Review By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mefrhvin to Try to Hold Title Britons Honor Red Spaceman HELPING HANI)--With River country waieis of leuds a hand in bi;4 ones common in the Eagle n'cjrihern "Wisconsin, this little Ly you;..; Tummy Finiey as he u." The poor fish isn't ' MANCHESTER. England <AI" —Soviet spaceman Yuri Gagarin. who was once a foundry worker. received a gold medal from British amalgamated foundry workers i today and was made the union'^ j honorary member No. 1. i "Although I'm doing a different 1 job now, I'm still a foundry svork- 1 er at heart." the 27-year-old cosmonaut said, (jagarin arrived in tendon Tufv '•1u;. t.j ij'.ler.d the S'/ i< I t' -' rl • fair. HE PREPARED—Seemingly endless accessories and supplies go aboard this yacht ;;f-uing ready for a race. No boat can start in the Annapuli.vNcvtporl race until it has been inspected to make sure rigid requirements have been met. Midsummer meal menus are mixed at supermarkets this week —a few fryers, a little lamb, a ! bit of beef and some smoked ham. | Fryers arc featured in the East | and Midwest, with prices as low as 25 cents a pound, while leg of lamb is at bargain levels in New England, New York, the Midwest and Far West. Lamb chops and a 29-ecnls a pound comhinalion of Iamb chops and stew meal also are available in scattered areas. Beef is aboul evenly divided between such bargain cuts as chuck roast and steak and the more ex- i pensive rib roasts and round steak. Ham sales are mostly in the East. ' Sirloin steak is higher in a few ! places, but the real items lo watch out for this week are pork chops and eggs. The former are up 4 to 10 cents a pound. i Eggs, up for the third straight week, arc 2 lo 4 cents a dozen higher. ! More and more fresh fruit and i vegetables keep coming lo mar- i ket. ; Best buys among vegetables \ are heels, broccoli, carrots, celery, cucumbers, endive escarolc onions radishes miscellaneous leafy cooking greens lettuce, parsley, peppers, potatoes and 1 fava beans (king-sized snap ' beans 1 . Uoocl buys are Ihe regular si/.e \ snap beans, cabbage, corn, egg; plant, okra. watercress and peas. Cantaloupes mangoes and sour cherries are rated outstanding among fruits svliile Ihe good buy h t includes walennelons. blueberries, honeydews, Persian melons, liines, peaches strawberries blackberries red eurranls. goo^c- berries grapes, plums neclarines ID I bananas. an adempl lo help remove M'g- rcgalion barriers in Southern in- terslale travel terminals. About :!o clergymen frops throughout Ihe I iiiled Stales are scheduled lo begin a series of meetings in Mississippi July 20 With bulb .,e';re;.>;il lulli^t alld JP leaders. MOT BRINGS, Ark. (A)—DC fending champion M. C. Mclhvii of Lillle Rock takes the favorite' role in the Arkansas Amateur golf tournament which starts here Thursday. Methvin has a siring of three! straight tournament victories this year, including last week's Qua- ''elude Calls Industrial Bond Election LITTLE ROCK (API—The Little Rock Chamber of Commerce has asked the City M a n a g e r Board to call an industrial bo'^l issue election for Aug. 22. The proposed $1.4 million issue 1 would be used lo finance location of a plant of the Jacuzzi Brothers, | Inc., of Richmond, Calif., near Little Rock. The firm manufactures pump equipment. former slate .'hH;( Valley tournament at Cam-, "arney Osirront of Jonesbor, Geinoj 'den. |K>oney of Textvkana fincil Willi" Amateurs and pros will fire 36 .•hloes Thusday and Friday i.ti the Arkansas Open tournament. In addition to counting toward the! Open title, the two rounds will qualify amateurs for their own evcnL T-hei field for the Amaleiw- will be cut to 32 after, Thursday's 'round and only 16 will mate Hie i championship flight for match i play which starts Saturday. Two maches will be played Saturday and two Sunday wilh the \\Hini;-.' being c'rowne'.di Sunday afternoon. Top competition for Methvin will come from Charles Lewis 111 | of Lillle Rock, who reached the j semifinals of the National Amateur last year, and Richard Crawford of El Dorado and Jacksno- ville. two-lime NCAA champion. Others who have been shooting practice rounds here this week in- Watkins of Conway. HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pin* and Hardwood. Hop* Yard PrescoH Yard loth & La. N. on Hwy. H 7-4321 M-723U I SPRAYERS' Row Crop and Pasture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy PORTER , Implement & Garage . 3rd St. Phone 7-27*7 Ask for a Demonstration IMPORTANT NOTICE p in. The annual Hcmpslcud County Wildlife Fry will be held Thursday, July 20 ut 7 at the Fair Park. Due to the necessity of having to estimate in advance the number that will be served, only members and their immediate families will be admitted. No tickets of membership will be sold at tlit' Fish Fry II you have been overlooked and wnnl u rncmLx.'iship, please wrile or call the following burs before July 1 8: Harry Hawthorne Jamie Russell Dorsey McRae Dub Flowers J. D. Boswell Cliff Russell

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