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Fayetteville, Rogers Win First Games Of State Tournament Bulldogs Trip Strong Lavava Quintet, 55-36 Mountaineers Gain Quarter-Finals By Stopping Greenwood '. By ALLAN GILBERT, JR. -The Fayetteville Bulldogs passed- -tlidir. first, state tournament test. as though they'd seen, a copy of 'the *xam ahead of time, yesterday after- ion. The . 'Dogs trounced a good Lavaca team, 5536.' ivith all members of the team getting into the act. Rogers also moved along the winning trail, clipping Greenwood. 40-31 , as Buddy Bloom field and Guy Cable teamed to produce most .of the scoring. Clinton won the tourney opener trill got underway at, 1 p. m. yesterday. gaining a 56-47 viclnry over Emerson. 'in 'the night session Pine B l u f f , wJtH a big rugged team and a minimum 61 " finesse, scrambled past a much smaller Forrest City quintet, · 45-4 1 , in the meet's Basest affair to date. Newport, a Bhpol-run-aTid-Blioot team, got the baskets late in the fourth quarter tg .down 6ay t a representative from District. Three, 'where fast- break JK also common, 64-53. The' Bulldogs wore an improved tcHrri' ."over the one that squeezed out, 1 an overtime win from Harrison and lost to Rogers in the District One tournament last week. THeV defensive and offensive slump that .had gripped them was no. longer- in evidence. Tjvaca, led by a fine performer flamed Claud Eubanks, took a quidt'lead in the opening minutes, $-.2; .But' the 'Dogs' defense cracked do\yn and with all members of tbt -team contributing help in the · fccoring column led 12-7 at the TOP AMATEUR ATHLETE - By Alan Mover ,- / dee -Aifo our ro nf Tti£ fJiHS IS-FOQ VAULTS HE MAPS H/IS/1E4T ·SCORE Ofl RECORP, HE'P B£ A TftREAT.Ifl THAT EVENT roO -- e'*8 i~ OLYMPIC POLE VAULT/ Billlibutltl lif Klnf (Tatilrfl Elmllct omiskey To Handle Sports For Liberty Radio System From At! Angles Fayetteville, hitting the basket from all angles, applied a scorch- lilf! ''palce' for the official scorer in the second and third quarters · ahead .26-12 at the half ·lid 42-22 at.' the third q u a r t e r . Ray'BsriieE led the Fayetteville ittackr getting 15 points. Russ Mc- Connell'added 14 and Baps Trum- bp'rnade 13 in the well-rounded ·ttaclt. Tile 'Dogs allowed Lavaca Only seven field goals in the first three-quarters and the regulars ri*Id a'23-point lead when they left, the game midway in the last ··jRqger.s, Syith its big center Cable having a -liard time .finding... the Mrige'parly in the game, rallied in the .second quarter to overcome a Greenwood lead lhat at one time was'Six points wide. -..Greenwood used a fast break that many.times caught the Moun- tairie.er. defense asleep, but the District Four team failed again Chicago-(/Pj-Young Charles A.' Comiskey IJ stalked out of his! family's White Sox baseball org-1 ahization last night and said h e 1 might be gone a "lifetime." i He got a job with Ihc Liberty Broadcasting System, which recently filed court suit against most of the major league baseball clubs for 12 million dollars. I Comiskey said he would be a Five more tilts are on lap this vice president in charge of »ll 47 al the end of t;iree quarters and appeared to still have a chance. However, Newport still had plenty of zip to spare and continued, its fast scoring clip as Bay sagged in the last eight minutes. A crowd of about 2,000 attended the afternoon session, with another 1,500 estimated lor the night games. afternoon and tonight,' with Fay- cttoville tackling the highly-rated Texarkana Raznrbacks at 7:30 p in,, in the featured attraction. Other games: McGehee vs. Clinton, at 1 p. ni.; Jonesboro vs Tuckerman, al 2:30: Monticello vs DeWitt, al 4 p. m.';- and Sheridan vs. North Little Rock, at B p. at.- The box scores: Clinton FG Avey, f j Whillock, f ""4 Ward, c ~_~_'_s Tipton, g.. _ __ 4 Williams, g ~2 Totals 21 Ehierson FT PF TP Parker, 'f l McConnell, f_ __ 6 Head, f . 3 Trammel!, f __0 Trumbo, .c -__6 Pearson, c._! 0 Banies, g 7 Crudup, g ^__. ] Hoskins, g 1 · 0 Williams, g _ , '1 Totals 25 Lavaca Eubanks, f *8 Ray, f ..._.: 2 Butler. f.._^ _ _ _ 0 I--III.2 FG FT PF TP and again to get the ball Ihrough rf the hooo after driving in under Camp, f ^ 1 It. Buddy Bloomfield, Rogers' Talley, f~~~~II~5 ^ cool little guard, took up what Gunnels, c 4 ' slack was necessary by Cable's Hryor, g 4 low scoring, netting 14 points. Hudson, g 4 Cable also made 14. , Olds, g 5 .Greenwood- made its last bid Totals 23 early in the last q u a r l e r drawing to within four points of the Mountaineers .at 30-34. But from there the Greenwood team's offense died, getting only one more point as-Hoaers slowed things down. ·In the nisht session Pine B l u f f . ruh'ftcT-Uf? I n . i h p Rig Six, h a d - i t s hands 'full taking the measure of Forrest. City. The Big Six team held PMarge height Hdvnntr"e over the. chamnions of Dis1ric.t Six and controlled both backboards, a factor thai paved the way for its win. Forrest -City's defensive work was .superior and some excellent outside .shooting and tricky passing enabled it to slay even .with ; \vhite R g --- j 0 the Zebras through three auarKrs. ! ~;recn' g ' '~~~~ ' J Trie-score was 3,1-35 at the end of ! Graham, g_ three "periods. In the last eicht Totals minutes Pine Bluff gained the decision on three quick baskets by its ' Rogers FG FT PF TP ·towering center Jim Heed, who I Hewgley, T., g 2 0 2 mad'e his points from directly be- Wolfe, f 2 U 4 ncath the hoop. Billy Holmes was ! Cable, c . 6 2 4 high for the winners with 18. Reed i ! I , CWRl J*-,J r " 8 , n 7 mat]r ls :' Blmmfield, g..^...7 0 4 Hollawell and Cnnnaway marie j Totals '. 19 2 18 12 each for Forrest City. i Srtdlcr °f 0 Tn'yesterday's final game Ray ' rjc^i]' f ' 2 and Newport engaged In a game ; iiowcll f 0 typical of northeastern Arkansas \ Branha'm, cIIIII"~2 basketball,'as testified by Ihe' big ; G r i f f i n , g 5 score--64-53. Doth teams ran.'! Griffin. M., g 1 passed, dribbled and shot as f a s t i Totals __-10 aftriey could, with Newport hold- I ing a slight edge in accuracy. i Pine Bluff FG FT PF TP sports coverage. His salary wasn't disclosed but it was reported close to $20,000 a year. The handsome 20-vear-old descendant of the late famed "Old Roman," for whom he was named, resigned as Sox vice president almost two months 'ago. lie said- he wanted more money-then he was getting ($10,000 a 'year) and some sort of definite contract. Since then there have heen a number o f . published reports about his disagreements with his m pi h e r, Club President Mrs. Grace Comiskey. Generally, It was expecled that his po'sltioh with Hie leam would somehow be worked out · At a news conference last night, young Comiskey said, "I do not know how she (his mother) could have assumed that I would return to the c]ub. At no time have I been offered any kind of proposition, compromise or otherwise. "I saw her as late as Monday of this week and did not make up my mind tn accept the Liber- Prairie Grove Loses Opening B Tourney Game Tiger's Curtsinger Scores 21 Points But Hartford Wins Prescott, Ark.-Ml-Three teams survived first night's competition In the Arkansas 'Class B basketball tournament here. Sparkling individual performances highlighted opening of the tourney last night. Five players each scored 20 or more points. Saratoga defeated Jerusalem 5139. Hartford downed Prairie Grove 52-39 and Salem buried Barton 6(1-43. Ten other teams were to compete in their first round contests today and tonight. Charles McJunkins hit the hoop for 20 points to lead Saratoga over Jerusalem. Saratoga took r n early ead and never was threafened seriously. Gene Hubbs of Hartford and Jack Curtsinger of P'airle Grove ;ot into a personal poinl m a k i n g duel, with Hubhs and his Hartford .eammates coming out on top. Hubbs scored 23 points; Curtsinger 21. Bud Harris and E. G. Bishop lit from p\\ angle! to lead Salem Lo victory over Barton. Harris 'cored 21 times while iiishop made 21) points. Carl Black was. high for Salem with 15. The line-up for today's games: Dyess vs. Dumas; Jessieville vs. Cord-Charlotte; Coal H i l l vs. Jreenway; Waldo vs. New Edin- I 'urgh; Valley Springs vs. Cherry 'alley. Freshman Named On AII-MYC Quintet; Nunneley Included St. Louls-(/P)-Cleo Littleton of Wichita became the first freshman ever to win a first-team position on the Associated Press' All-Missouri Valley Conference ha -kctball squad. The all-slar selections were announced today. The 6-feet-3. 18-year-old Negro who averaged 18.8-points-per- game in Valley play this season, joined Don Johnson of Oklahoma A. M.. a repeater from t h e IP.il team, as the first-team forwards. Norm Swanson of Detroit U n i - versity is at center, and Ray Steiner of SI. Louis University and Dick Nunneley. Tulsa sophomore, are at the guards. Steiner, named tn the Associated Press All-America third team yesterday, was the only u n a n i m o u s selection. He placed on every one of the first-team b.illols. Mar»- Lena Wins St. Augustine, Fla.-M'l-Defenri- ing champion Mary Lena Falk of Thomasville, Ga., breezed into tho second round of the Florida Easl Coast Women's Golf Tournament with a 5 and 4 victory over Mrs. S. A. Emerson of Dayton, Ohio. Seattle Team Has Worldly Flavor To It Over Half Of NCAA Tourney Field Unknown SealtIe-(/h-A snn of Ireland has been its ace hoadllno maker hut the SontUe University basketball team which r \vill carry the hopes of ihc far west into the NH- llonul I n v i t n t i o n n l Tourney next week is really ft United Nations o u t f i t . . Scandinavian, Irish, Negro, Chinese, Jewish, Scotch-German and i English in ancoslrv fire tho boys! whn made tho Catholic college's ! SCflson *c ( 1on among th Ch.eftflins click this season f o r i b a s k c t b H l 1 tTM' 1 TM Is pracHcall Nine Teams Still To Be Selected For Cage Playoffs Y,.rk - f/l'i - The resular- Ncw 29 victories in 30 games. They aren't big. but they're busy. Center Hill lliglln (Scand i n a v i a n ) is Hie tallest of the bunch at 0 feet.4'A and he'll be lost among the storks at the NIT in Madison Square Garden. Busiest, of course, is Johnny O'Brien, the super chief, first college player In history to score 1,000 points in a single season. Hut another Irishman, twin brother Eddie O'Mrlen; has tallied nearly ·ino. I.cs AVhittles, of English-German descent, has contributed more over and only seven of the 15 tcnm* which will play In the N C A A t o u r n a m e n t had been decided today. K e n t u c k y . Illinois, Texas Christian, St. Louis and Wyoming, all champions of t h e i r conferences, are In. along w i t h Santo Clnra and Oklrhoma Cily University, two western at-large learns. That leaves nine selections s t i l l lo he made for the t o u r n a m e n t t h a t begins in four cities on March Four nf them will be at-larc,e Arkansas SPORTS lOirHWMT ARKANSAS TIMES, Fpy.rt.vlll., Arkaiwoi, Thursday, March 6, 19SJ TRAINING CAMP BRIEFS Lockman New Gienf Leadoff Man; Bums Find Rookie Piienom 1'hoenlx, Aii;. - i/I'i - W h l t c y " t.nckman, the now Nn. I hiilc-r o n ] than 300. A n o t h e r S. U, sUirlor Mosralcl, on« of the two Jewish boys on the squad. Heady on the bench «nd sure to see action in New York arc liny Ray Son, a Chinese boy who tiptoes a scant 5-5, and Wayne Sanford, n Negro sophomore. Round- inc out I h c bench contingent art 1 Irish J n r k Doherly, Jewish Don Johnnscn and Scotch - German John llHberlc. LaMotla Rated Lf/cky To Draw With Delroit-Wl-Jitke LaMolta. the former middle'.voi^ht champion, won'l have to hang up his boxing gloves. The 30-year-old fighter, showing the strain of 12 years campaigning in Ihc professional ring, came up wllli a 10-rnunc 1 ' draw w i t h up-and-coming Eugene l l a l r s i o n InM nighl. pome thought His Bronx Bull was prc'.ty lucky ,it I h a l . » On the eve of the bnul, LaMotta let it be known lie would retire or good if the 23-year-old Hairston beat him dCvislvely. Now LaMolta says he Is going lo keep on fighting. He wanls a shot al Joe Maxim's l i g h t heavyweight tide. li.-iMnlln's lactic of p u t t i n g on a dax.7.ling f l u r r y al the end of each l u u n d pnicl off. Bolii judges scored it as an even 5(1 pomls for each boxer. Referee Morris Sherman gave Ihe verdict to Halrslon by a 52-48 margin. Under Michigan rules the majority decision made it a draw. ,._ .. Protesting the decision, Halrs- ton's manager, Mike Mlele, bellowed : "Hairston forces the fight all the way. LaMolla fights only in spurts at the end of each round. There's no justice to the way they score here." LaMotta weighed 108, a seven pound advantage ovci Hairston. . | Ihe New York Oimiis. V. perfectly i | PXtT-V fives, w h i l e Ihe winners of Ihe j happy IHMUR n.isiiiiic'l to the lop i 1 -^ VJ 1 nf the bitting order. i n rr n"I think m.v hlltlm: No. l Is go-i rCiyOtt DIQ | Ivy League, Soulhern Confcrciic' Ray Horder Conference, His Seven an proposition meeting." until after that 4 1 0 1 1 4 U tan-Tilt V«netl»n Blinds 4hMttlnnm and Ducking Awnings J Atiimlniim Winilaws and Door Seretns Ori»n»ntal Iron Iceoratloni PmlMi, Fined, Stairway! GABE COOPER 1111 441 lo. Locust Bay-took an early lead, 14-12. I Mayberry, f 1 at the quarter. But 22 points in i McFall, f 2 the' second period put Newport i Rce(l ' c ' back in'command. Bay trailed 44- i iL"',' 11 , 05 ' 8 1 ' Weaver, g 1 i Totals 2! 1 Forrest City H u f f , f . 4 Laws, f . . . 3 Connaway, c 3 Merrcll, g 1 Hollawell, g 5 Totals ,,. 16 West fork Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Wation have moved lo the house of Clourte Rutherford and Mrs. work 'or Mrfc Clark, to do the Clark. The Presbyterian Church held a special installation service Sunday night to install deacons. Those i n s t a l l e d were Ernest Stuckburger, Tom Carter and Allen Keith. The Rev. Douglas Brewer, pastor, presided. Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds of Fayetteville visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Carter Sunday. Mrs. Reynolds is the former Helen Carter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips ha das their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Simpson of Johnson and Roberta W i l l i a m s and Libby While, also of Johnson. The World Day of Prayer was observed Friday evening at the Christian Church, with the Bnp- tist. Assembly of God and Presbyterian Churches participating. The collection came to $200. The Garden Club met Tuesday :\n the home economics room for the regular meeting, with 12 members present and one new member. The program, under Ihe direction of Mrs. Curtis Hall, consisted of discussions on "spots to be beautified" in the yards. Mrs. Dexter told of a spot she wanted beaulificd. Mrs. Freeze and Mrs. Thomas told of things they wanted lo do this spring. Mrs. Thomas brought a haskel of plants to be given to membersi Cravens NWA Women Three of tlie four male-lies played resullert In clean sweeps. I.-p GM Company. Mcdnswcct Umry nnrt U«n- 'Jenjon Coffee Co. delcntcd Llchlytet-'i. Rnrrack's, nnd Ty.ion'H Feed nnd Ifatcher.v. respectively. The other mntuh resulted In a .1-1 win for Pai- IcurlKed M i l k over A r k n i m n s Western ftas Company. I.-P GUI Co. look all team honors w i t h M9-2.M4 while K a l h c r l n e Steclc Innk I n d i v i d u a l n r r l p j w l l h 490 |lm . and Sally Cannup blasted high single i Ltiiut Stlnalnm . I.-P Gn» Oi MedORwpcl PJnlry Tyson's Fevd nnd Hatchery Arkansas Western Cns Co. Lk-hlylcr's .. .. ". Barrack's Pasteurized M i l k "" Henderson Coffee Co Pacific Coast Conference remai to he settled. Kentucky, Ihe Southern Con Terence c h y m p i n n and two-nl large teams will stnrt play I lia.'cigh, N. C. In action al Chi cago w i l l be Illinois, the Iv. League tilleholder and the "the two teams selectcd-al-large I the cast. The Western Regional play wll slart at Kansas City and Corvallls Ore. At Knnsa.i Cily will be Texn; Christian, St. Louis and the Illg Seven and Border Conference champions. The Pacific Cons Conference and Skyline winners will meet Santa Clara nnd Oklahoma Cily, selected at large, Corvallis. . The semi-final and f i n a l rounds w i l l be played at Sealtle March 25-: The Ivy League Is deadlocked among Cornell. Princeton nnd Penn. all w l l h 9-1. The Southern Conference winner will be decided at the end of Us t n u r n a m c n l starling torlliy. In the Border Conference. West Texas State and New Mexico A. and M., are tied w i t h 12-2 and meet In a p l a y o f f tomorrow. The Dig Seven race also probably will be settled tomorrow when Katisus ai.d Kansas Slate, each boasting fl-l records, clash in Lawrence. The Iwo-out-of-lhrcc scramble for Ihe rlghl to represent the Pn- cific Coast Conference gets undoi way tomorrow w i t h Northern Division winner Washington playing U. C. L. A., Southern Division victor. The remaining four at-large lenmE probably won'l be determined until the end of the National I n v i t a t i o n Tournament nt Madison Square Garden. Some of Ihe top prospecls are Penn Stale, I'uquesne, Boston College, ''Holy Cross and Loyola of Chicago. Du- uesne and Holy Cross are In the NIT. ing lo improve my nvrrage,'' he Vero Beach, Kln.-!/!'i-Netvc5l nf the phenoms In thu Urooklyh Dodger camp is Johnny I'udrc-S t' teen-age pilchcr. Johnny, who him had only Class I) experience, hns hurle.,1 six scoreless Inri'injis In Intra-sqiind games, and ' has not given up « walk. Sarasciia, Fin. -(/I'|- The Boston Red Sox were enthused todny about rookie pitcher Don U a n i f t t . who has displayed f i n e form and t r i c k y pick-up motion so far In training drills. The young r i g h t h a n d e r gnvo up only one hit in four Innings yesterday and rivaled the Sockcr's iccompllshnd H i l l Wight in catch- ng runners off base. Tucson, Arlz.-(/I'l-In Ihc highly competitive contest for Clevp- and's rlghl f i e l d position. Ijoh Kennedy is far in front nl this mint. "Hurry Simpson hnsii'l looked [nod nl all," said I n d h m Manager Al Lopez. "Hut Kennedy has. I f I had lo pick the right fielder right low It would he Kennedy." St. Pelershurg, Kla.-(/P)-AI Red ScltoctidlenRt worked out al second bnse for the first time yes- erday since J o i n i n g the St. Louis ':.irdlnnlt al their spring t r a i n i n g quarters. .Sohorndlrnst; t h e ' C a r d s ' veteran second baseman, has pl.iycd Irsl base thus far In praclico w i t h Manager Eddie Stanley'doing the work at second. " ' ' luirla Named Tampa t'oach Tampa, FIs. - (/I') - MsrcHInn luerta was appointed linad foot- j all coach at the University of 'ampa, succeeding Frank Sink-Ich. At Oaklown : Hot Springs, Ark.-1/Pi-Oak.Iawn | Park's first featured distance race I of the young SCTson highlighted ! lo-lay'.s card. | K i u h t scnsonM campaigner* i went tn the post In the mile and . 70 yards, another strnng field I 51,800 Allowance race for four--' i yonr-olds and up. j Mrs. Emll Denncmark't Mr. I Nenlle, carrying a light 102 j pounds, was the favorite. Mr. Nralle finished sccnd to Mais j liny In the 6-furlong Mt. Ida Purse 1 last week. Others entered Included My Sii7.y Hello. Battle H, Market Tip Illitnt, Mommy, Our Snick and. Greek I'a.'s. In the co-featured Vflda Rose Motel Purse) also at a mile and ,70.yardsB, another 1 strong field competed. Named for tbffc event were Crjunt-a-Blt. G«hl»K JacK, Grand Sunbeam. K.iy Dafcly, Ball Hiiwlt, Swnp Out and FlriiB^Art. Mrs. Paul Prlddy's to(gt Coin, ridden by Sonny Ray Williams, cnntured the featured · Elk«' Day Allowance Purse yesterday. Oil Countess was second, followed by Good Score. Texas Coin was timed In 1:1.1 for the six furlohlt arid paid $30.20 straight. of the club that wanted them. | West Coast Running Big League Teams Off Wilh Rule Prohibiting Them From Playing Each Other In P. C.L. Parks POWER CHAIN SAWS *285°° «. ·. I. P O I T I A N D , O I I O O N 9tiltrt WOODIOf S, INC INO 1. 1. UNION AVINUt ·ODTUN» 14, OtlOON Bay Ft; Hill, f ... B Underwood, f 1 Spurlock, c 5 Isbell, g . 3 j Thompson, R ft \ Smith, g 0 | Knight, g , ,1 ! Totals 2.1 Newport Hout, f 5 Bennett, f _n Minor, f 7 Manlooth, f 0 McMlnn. c S Flroadwater, ((......I l.0n|, f 0 Holt, R..... J Total* U FT PF TP 1 0 2 4 2 I 2 12 4 0 4 1 S 1 0 S M Phoenix, Ari/.-(/P)-The New i Vork Giants and Ihe Cleveland In| dians are preparinq to bid fare- ° j well to the slate of California nnd 12! the scenic Northwest a f t e r they 2 ! complete their tour of the robel- 12 I Mous provinces at the end of this 41 | month. They have had enough of the Pacific Coast League, they say. until the Western magnates return "Whal are Ihose follows out there trying to do--cut their own throats?" demanded Presldep Horace Stoneham of the Giants today. "Okay, we'll M them and see how long they like being isolated from the major leagues. "We'll c o n t i n u e to train rlghl here In Arizona, and when we're ' NWA Mn The two leadinK Icsnjt suffered defeats for the t h i r d consecutive week The K i n r n i d Cn defeated Ihe leaRur " '" Supply downed r u n n e r - u p and Co. lloae Coffee look Ihrec polnls from Farmer's Market and Dirk Trewhill defeated Iteckln C.-in Co., ,1-1. Tho mnteh between Clark and Kofi and Bill Hodges Ll- Nunrs ryullcd In a 2-2 deadlock. T h e MncRi.l Co. look team scries honors w/th 2 TOO pins, while Clurk und hoff Masted high team single of 1.0Z2. IN. S Olson of Klneald's locpled molt Pins In the Ihrec Barnes with 5SO while Virjil J.ickson of Ihe Smoke Shop Wnslwl htch slncle of 214. L*aRuff stindlnii Smoke Shop Cravens and Co. ' · * ' Clark and Koff F u r n i t u r e Co The Klnc.ild Co. Dirk Trewhill " lloac Coffei. Co. I'nrdy Supply Co. Illll linden. Liquors 'is Meekln dan Co " ' Farmers' M n r k c l (Fly Thr Associated p rM ,) D e t r o i t -- J a k e 1,-iMotla, 16H, in shape we'll simply head cast, Ncw Yorh ' n n r t F.ugcne Halriton, ' Playing each other. We and the I n d i a n s had planned to make to earth and quit dreaming up re- [ jhorl trip Into Mexico next sprlnr j slrlctlons such as Ihe recent one : hut now we'll go down to Mexico ' . . . . . " · · · · - · " «. i H' ini\vil HI J V I L ' X I C D ' which prohlhlts bis league clubs I City for a whole week. We should I l0 ' 181, New York, drew, 10. Miami Bench, Fla. -- Jackie Gr.ives, 1.12, Minneapolis, out- ·"'---' Diego Sosa, 132, Havana, playing each other In Const League plants, starting next year. In the coming three weeks th» Indians have seven such games jchcduled at San Diego and Los Angeles, and the filants have I Ihree In the latter city. In between they also have tiumcroiit fn»aje- menta against Coast League team«, piny to a m i l l i o n down there. "We'll be able to play through Texas, too. Their nnw rule says only that we must play as m a n y ««me.i n s n l n t t Texas League clubs UK we do against ourselves in their rirtw." As b"th the G i a n l n and Indians are potential f l a g winners, this · . .. j .. ,, - - , , . . . , . . i^ui^niini i id^ is if n IT: i ft. in IS out It l« th« eompetltlon among | could mean t h a t tho West Coast themselves which tho big fellown count upon to pay the iprlng training lut. l« cutting Itself off from * genuine four-star attraction next spring, with Mexico the beneficiary. An outstanding flavor--Jungt'i Roman Meal Rreid. II-11-tl ORNAMENTAL IKON WORKS ·AOLI WILIN« C*. Wrouini or Cm Iron Rllllnj anil Cnlumni Wrouflhl Iron Furnlturi Anythm« for Thi Homo Free Clllmalei run MITN M Mil Clenmore Now only S 4 At last-a famous premium quality Sour Mash Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is available at a popular price. $j|86 4/5 Qt. $305 |) Pint $156 11/2 rt. (Plu» S»l*i Tax) GLENM IT THI DIS1IUIII Of rAMOUl KINTUCRT t*VI«»* UtGH! I6UIIOM WHItllt · I6III«D.I»,16H» t III | ,6UH«oai eiiiiuiw (oorwi · T

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