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Cuk Browns Close In On UtgiM Leaders - By The Aubclited Preil · Dizzy Trout. Jos Dobson . and Sid Hudson, like old wine, lesm to .Improve, with., age. The .old gaffers are teaching the new dogs gome old tricks, ' . Trout turned in a spectacular relief, chore la,st night at Yankee 'Stadium to stifle a New York Yankee r a l l y . . Rescuing Art Houlteman wjth men on first fjid third and .nobody out, the 36-year. old Trout preserved | 5-4 Detroit victory. . i'Dobsori, well past .his 36th birthday,' silenced the Philadelphia .A's" without a hit for 7 1 - 3 innlrtjs wh'Ie pitching the Chicago White Sox to a 3-0 triumph, Hudson, Washington's 34-year- old veteran, edged Cleveland's Bob Lemon, 2-1; in an exciting 13- tanirig -battle it Griffith Stadium. All' in' all, it was 1 quite a night for the pipe-and-slippers set. K'ds Havt Fun, Too . " [ - The kids had their fun yesterday, too. Those rollicking St. Louis Browns, after breaking even with the world champs in New York, bowled over .the Boston Red Sox rookies, 6-i:.Thus did Rogers Hornsby's upstarts, cellar tenants ·'in "51, mpve within one game of the first place Red Sox. ; The Chicago Cubs, somewhat' NBA Praises towed, Marino For Championchep Conduct Washington - (£) - THe National* Boxing Aisociition today hit e at world chiropieni WHo ihy lw» from risking thtir titlti agiins first cliss opposltlin. At tht lamp time tht NBA can gratulaUd, the twe- 5 mall»»t title holders for "csriductint; them selves like champloni." The.NBA,priis»d: Vic Toweel of Johannesbqr South Africa, the biiitamweigh king. · ' Dado Marino of Hawaii, boil the flyweight!. Both boxers, the NBA laid in news relent, hive tiken on a comers. As for the others, the NB either, (a} kept mum or (b) kip mumbling about how a chimplo should be a fighting champion. "All, we ask champions to do Dave Rofchori, NBA president cili more mature than the Brownies, continued to play like the spring sensations of the National as they . bumped off .Brooklyn, 7-2. It took a trick of mathematics to keep the Cubs out.of first place. Chicago, last in 1951.'-actually had a, half game .edge in the won-and-lost standings but Brooklyn held » 13- point percentage point- edge .787 to .714. . . . , ' Jim H?arn found tHe revamped Pittsburgh Pirates just as accommodating as his "cousins" of old - as he 'pitched 'the' New York Giants to a 13-5 romp.-That mad r-'s lifetime count 14-2 over th Bucs. Roberts stops Cards Robin Roberts, the" Phillies y'outhfulace, racked his win No 3 with home run help'from Nipp Jones and Connie Ryan as h downed St. Louis, 6-3, with an eisht-hitter. 'Cincinnati's Herman Wohmele r-r"-rt relict heln 'from Fran* Smith to put down a ninth-lnnin; Boston uprising, saving a 7-« edgi for the Reds. Getting back to Yankee Stadiur where 21,127 tur-«d out for th first night gsnic sf ihe season Houttemsn had the Yanks at hi mercy most rif the night. Slonp p!ay by his mates cost him iw in the eighth but he still was in control with a : 5-3 edge. He sud d-nly lost his stuff in the ninth when three straight singles nar rowed the gap to 5-4 with no body put. Trout strode in with,Bob Cer on third and pinch runner Art!' Wilson on first. Down went tin Yanks, one-two-thrce. When Phi .Rizzulo .grounded to shortsto; . Johnny. Lipon, Cerv was easil; cut down at the . pla';e,. Johnny Hopp fanned'and Mickey Mantle ended the game by grounding ti .first. Vic Wertz was the big gun in the Tiger attack. Despite his sickly .191 he bashed 'successTM two-run homers off Johnny SaiB in the fourth and fifth innings to set up the Tiser triumph. Dobson had a no-hitter goinj with one out hvthe eighth. Ther ropkle Skeeter Kell beat out a slow .roller that shortstop ' Chtci Carrasquel hobbled momentarily The official scorer ruled it a hi] on the theory that Kell woulc have beaten the throw to first, bit' Joe retired the first 19 A's until . he'walked Elmer Valo with one out in the seventh. Righthander Bob Hooper was the loser. Gil Co'sn's double and Frank Campos' single in the 13th broke up the duel between Hudson and Lemon at Griffith Stadium. Coan opened.tha 13th with his double. After Irv Noren popped out, rookie Campos from Cuba slashed a single to center, that m?»nt the ball game. Wes Westrum's ' third - innlnf homer .with two on was the big blow In 'the seven-run inning that knocked Mel Queen out of the majors. After he took his shower, Queen .was handed a one-way ticket to 'Hollywood by General Manager Branch Rickey. Hank Thompson also' homered for the Giants and Ralph Kiner hit his lecpnd of the year for the Pirates. "is to abide by the simple diet!*; ary definition of the wSfd 'chim Rochon said hli dictionary de fines a champion as "ant wh stands supreme in any branch o athletics end is |t 411 times rtad to defend against tny qualiiie ehjllenger." ' . "Th- two little fellows," Rochb said, "are certainly setting an ex ample for. the bigger i;ix to fol low." Bowling meet POCO And Rowland Owl III HWA LMIH . : - : . P.ltpuni*a Milk C«. rtteliid plict lie in trirtmink ··rnck'i. 4-C Lichiytir't 'took Htndtnon Cofft Cqmpirfy. 3-1. Tyion'l r f fl an Httenery mid« i cum iwtep ove till Itliut Hldlni L-C Qtl C« JroU aud Atkintu Wtltjrh G«« Co. deftlt Medofcfceet *»lty S-l. _ look hl|h Itim . pint and J^fndkritn uric COtle Uehlyterl with 2,471 i ,,_,_ Co. bliited ni|h t««m iin»l« of Ml Norms Behton ot Ptittunud Mil ctptured Inaividtul iriu with SSI and Joy Gsie of tut ilmi ttiki blatt »d Medoiweet Bilry 5-1.' LtHHl iUMInK lj-P Gil. Co. f5 Medotweet Dairy _ _. _ " !|2 Tyson'i : '_ _ ' fi AFKinsn Weitern GUI »7 ilehderton Coffti ll Uohlyter's ; !» fiarrick'i ... PasleuriMd j NWA MM The Sprlnldlle S med Dick trawhltt . __ aured ot'top poiluoi} with more lerlei of four · Played. ,Cravehs and i ond place In ·UfcTnt from Htekln can Co. Ii atUl lit dliput* ai aplit I-J wltl» CI«rk T « CO. »nd tht "' - kt. Shop .trim " and art AS - »ni/ one » he four polnti Ira ooillioh Co -»v»nj-.n« 3ai Coffee. Cv. _i :.*..i, 7. (fncaid Co. '.., : ._._Z_-IlTi -lark" and Eoff Furniture C«. It Dick Trewhitt . _ _ _ ·_;; ti urdy Supply Co. .__ _.« Ull,Hodfei · ' ' Heeicln Can Mquori _ *.?iV "-I:::::::::::::? ·uilneu Witn omy uvii weeki remilalnc In the. teaion th« BUilnelt ' Bowiinl place. MeUroy. Bank received a. four K5!t.'5. w A l . t l'«»l'*i«?U«t.»i» 4 g| 1 «[ Brothers Lumber and the top of the l ' r and 1 Ittltt.'. Kellty'i m«n«gta lu than of the ead By trlppiM C«a-Cola, 3-1, while tog en wit dMpjxi Inte tht' tie on a acpre with er|uon'i. I f o d i r n ors movad into, a challenging to- Ition, one point back of the lUdfrl, y trlmmln» Bohe'f Oreetry; 44. in other matehei the Hitter Agency efcated Hihn CoaitnicUoh. «·!; Vlek- tt'i beat Cy .Carney. Aptlie'nce, i-r. tump FuTBiturt drew wflh. fa(r«ty. -a: Mafon'i downed w5iiiltrd'|, 4-e; wanton'i. urtmmed · Dr. . vtpp«r: 3-1; nd Palace DruJ at!ealed Tractor Tt- ato Chlpi. 3-1, · . ".. . . Stump's hid. high, team aerlei of 73) and Kelleya h*d Mil) ilult it 014. 'M -«r»k»,. ?.- riSwWwai igh on a itriei wllh'jJJ, O- ·». Mitchell, of Dr. PtnMr.-.v'i blh for atafle. (ams with jit T «»ln« Ittnglilgl :elley Bros. Lumber Co. _______ ..M Hcllroy Bank _ ...... ____ ,2 _________ 31 0(WI, Ark.. ......... ____ :__.^ fodern Motors .; ____ .· . _ 31 T«hn CoBitruetion C« ......... ^..»s Ickett's Drufk ^ .,..- , ___________ ,.H A. Swanson iijd · ftona ------ . ____ U .. 3d erfuion^a Cafeteria Melon's Caf* i'| Drive-In. 21 jy Applfancea 55 'he Hitter Aliney «» tump Furniture Co. 21 airway Store __ · Zft oca-Cola . 24 rector Potato chip» !! alace Dru* . ' _ .11 'bitfield .Motor ohe's Grocery Williams Bick Mir,n* Corps As Hying Capliin Willow Grovf, Pa.-Wj-Ttd .Williams rejoined tht Marlnei today ; Williams, tht grtit Boston Red Sox ilugglr who forced 'the opposition to devlst * ipte!*l-«ef«ut to get Kim out* v.'»i ichtdule'd ^,6 arriv.Mt thf Willow Grove ftlvtl Air $tatioh bast to rtsum* his role it a ciptsln flying 'for the Matlnti. .·. .. ' " tht SS-ytar.-old Williams, a na- tii-t of San 'Diego, Calif., bowed out of biseball for it least' 17 nbnthi »nd poisibly forever with tht iamt drimfrtlc nourish that ma'Httil hit bi| . league career. pliyihg in his last game on Wedneiday, Williams smashed e game-winning honit run for tht Bosox Igaihst Detroit. Williiws ii to start, taking I rtfreihtr. course htrt that prepares 9( ptr cent of Marine fighter pilots for combat duty. Pelicans Slip Up Ok Bears In Southern Race . (»r It* AMbelaiM PrtH) If Itent-runnlng Mobile car«s t|kt k quick look bvtr 'is shouldtr'it could Me New Orleans slowly -but surely sneaking '-,ip from Behind. Four c6rtsecutive victories, ove Memphis plus a Mobile off jay I the key to the situation. Because Mobile and Littlt Roc were idle list night, tht Bear ind their one-game Southern At sociation lead sliced in half. Ai other Ntw Orleans victory and Mobile difefct Would completely change the picture. Thf Pels bounced the Chick i-4 last night, Nashville blasted Hrminghim, ·-!, and Atlanti took 11 innings to whip Chitta nooga, 4-3. League Of Women Voters Host To Presidential Candidates NMTMWBT , Moy 1,1*51 VIVA AVILA! ffofeffro By Alan Movtt . itt Ltad Athtni, Gi. - (^"j Don January t North Ttxil Stite ihot » (7 to ak* th» ItU in tht Southern In- ercolle|llle ToUrnamtnt. They Stand (Br Ikt AtMtlf tft rrett) NATIoSir LEAGUE W L 3fooklyn.-_- -- ^L_ -- 8 3 hicUlp -------; _____ 10 4 4 ! | 7 18 rew';York I incinnitl . g t. Louli ^ 0 hiUdflphil 5 ostln ...:--. 5 ittiSiirrt _._..,,.... 3 _, .. hund|t.ll|M.u!ti Chicago'?, Brooklyn 2 - Ntiy' Yor* il, Plttiburgh 5. Clncinhlti 7, Boston «. . rMlidtlphia t, St. Louis 3. AMEHICAN LEAGUE W L oston .10 :. Louis _.: 9 leveli'nd __J 9 bicago 7 'ishington 5 ew Yerk · t etroit J siladelphia i huiKay'i Xwulti St. Louis 6, Boston 1. Detroit 8, N»w York 4. Chicago 3, Philadelphia 0. Washington 2, Cleveland 1, nings. Pet. | !sii .451 .417 .250 .1(2 SOUTHERN ASIOCUTIbM i obilf 14 ew Orltani 14 hattanooi* ll tlinla ,.." ...10 I ttle Rock «. ii rmlniham ._ g i j ashyllle t 11 emphis^ r __.... 4 II Atlanta 4, Chattanooga nirigs.' New Orleans 5, Memphis 4. Nashville 8, Birmingham 5. Only games scheduled. .737 .887 .576 .528 .471 .400 .913 .222 3, II SPORTS ROUNDUP Stengel Discusses Differences In Hif-And-Run and Run-And-Hit Br GAYLE TALBOT New York - (t - The young sporti writer hid been ordered bj his editor to find out if there ex- littd any real difference between tht hit-and-run play and tht run- and-hlt pliy Iii baiebill, and, if «o, juit wherein tht difference lay There was 'only one man to ask, Of course, and he approached-manager Casey Stengel of the Yankee; with the sublime confidence' al youth. Of eonne there'* a dlfferenre- »ll tht difference In the world,' Caaey iiid deelslveb, "and I'll be '--,« it tell job wH»t It 1.. Vto , . ilr, I'm ntt tvt luppwed (t be tat lidre Iii trtnt of the dageut wkllt the? (the St. Louli Rrowhi) ire prutid»'. HMtn't tillt t* tht pltrini, either, bat that thtri'i I r»«d rale. Some t»i (IvH you i lr w,avt and he either turni o * be a rambler or some relative ooUIn' f»r a t«uch. Now, this here hit and run. You got the hit and run on, the batter's (ot a choice where he wantt to hit^--whfrever he sees in opening to push the ball hrough. I don't mind tellin' you 've had a pair could work it good, tlnuto and Coleman. That ftiltr jut there (Marty Marion) can do t, too. Learned it since he cahie o fie bi{ leagues. "Watch that Hornsbj look at ny boys opt o* inr corner of hit yts when tbt]' yell at his boy Crjhoski. He knows what's join' n. They were all together In the Nivy. Thai'i whmt they're yellln' Possible For Derby," 16 Starters Likely THEY'LL BOTH b» In tb« new conte strip by WALT KELLY to ttcklt your to»- MONDAY, MAY 5, In THE TIMES Lo.uiiiville, Ky.-(/P)-Prc - Derby xcitement reached fever pitch to- ay with 10 thrte-year-olds already nrolled in the (100,000 ' idded and one-quarttr run for th^ oses and six more txptettd bt- ore the entry box cloiti. · The 10, headed by A. W. Ab ott'$ talented Blue M|n of Rye, '. Y.,' were entered yeiterday ver a 10-hour period for tomor- ow's turf clinic. It WBB I de- arlure frqni the usual procedure f taking entries only on the day before the race. In addition to Blue Man, '.he group included th« N«w York combine o f . Jack AmieJ'i Count Flame and Master fiddle from the Myhelyn Stable; Bayard Shtrp'i Delaware-owned Htnnlbal; Sim Wilson Jr.'i Guihing OH; Sub FMt'6( Chi/Hi T. rlihtr'i Dlxl- am Firm and four rink «ut- alderi. The lightly regarded entrlet numbered Hippy Go Lu ' owend ihd triln»t! by H. 0, man, i fti ' "-mm Kfyt cigl; Sbjt Tillt Milton ·hiKMjN Clivi W t C..M»*rti'.$ww* I U* entry b*x.«l DuPont's Scott's Plntor; Mrs. Gordon. Guiberson's Arrpz; C. V. Whitney's stretch runhlng Cold Command and a couple 'of outsiders ''-- M. A. White's BtlrniV Moon ind Eddie. Burke's Swoop, which irrlvcd from New Yock only yesterday. If ill I D face starter Ruby White at. 4:30 p.m. the race will havt a gros* valut of $12i«0 y/Hh tht owner of the wlnntr receiving - i net of $M,300. Foi each withdrawal 'subtract the starting fee of $1,000. Meantime another race -- rain against time -- loomed as in laaed starter. The weitherman laid ihower artu Wtr the Centril Plains ttitw irt ilowly moving east- wir4. U Ii ttlll "up In the ilr," hf Hid, whether ihowtn \VI11 it- rivt over derbytown by rice Mot _ o«t of the owntrs ind trilntri would mUch prefer i tut trick lad the Down* 1 rfcli i flint .... TT J wtr» to I dlnlHlikiiit ittmtl. i rtc«, whleti for MV* HI ittrtttM in tftl- mated 100,000 persons from every walk of American lite. iqht* Minht Montreal -- Johnny Bratton, Ml, Chicaso, stopped Pierre Ltnglols, 150, France, 4. Boiit,' Idtho -- Garth Panter, 182, Salt Lakt City', outpointed Anton R:adlkM«8, Chicago, 10. Fall River, Man.-- Art Persley, 138, New York, outpointed Al llauser, 1M, Philadelphia, 10, Joe Rojsomando, assistant' baseball coach at Yale, Is a graduate of St. Viator's in Bourbonnals, 111. il him about that catcher *f Mi Clint Courtney It ill right. I liked bin, but I let Henubr have bh». He'll d |ll right if be ItiM't itt killed. Hill tight 7« Of e*HiM, he doesii't alwiya wli. He ili't the ehimplMi, but belt flfkt jtl. "Look ft thit Sitch Pal|e workln'. out it second. I hear Roger'*.; |oin'' (o play him there next yeir. Sime height as Marion, seven .f let, ini nobedy'll be »ble t* knock I bill over their i»f itld. "The run ind hit, now, tht'i a lot different. It moktly depinds op the count--say It the batter's got three bajls on him. He's got to nrotect the runner. In thit cue I'll, tfll him where to hit it. There'! others might do it different,, but r tell him where to hit. Some pliyers go ill their llvejj infl can't do tithir one. I ain't givin' awiy iny le'cfets, either.. . . "Thii hit lid fun, l|'« i very, very niefnl plaj If you've itl mt* can do It Ee'i the rq» i»i kit, bit It'i dlfftMnt, ltd i lot ·f.Mmle ·ever Uin tht difference l|kt i r ve been Unih' ion. 6« tf 't* yon'r* tr/in' it keep itit if that idnhU Hit j, the *ther It'i levtOiir tUi Sec wh»t I mtaiiT" . The young snorts writer, who iid listened'enthralled, looked it Casey · long moment and then nodded his head in the affirma- Ive. Casey, who likes to be hel»- 'ul to the press, gave the youngster one of h i t . Justly famous winks, as though they alone ihar- ed a deep baieball secret, and cased himself down th't dugout Nationil League Umpire Auglf Donitelli was a tall gunner on a B-17 durlnj World War II. He was capturid by the Nazis ind held priioner for U months.' ' r-----' Cy Young hurled eonstcutlve shutouts for the Boiton trivti over the Brooklyn Dodgtw In tht Notional League opening gimei of 19M ind 1107. Clnclnnltl.(^)-Th«' League Wwnen Vdiers looked over flv ciadidat»« ind i itand-lh las Bight, but there WH a itronf lUi ·ltlo imwg some of ils member todiy that tht next prtlldtn wiin't therii. Two Rtpubllcini ind thre Dtmocrtti prtitnted In in hour' rUliVttUvlilon progrim thel vitwi 'M tht mllor Inuii of lov ernment corruption and fortlgi eebnbmie. lid. They iniwered tome other ques tloni. All of the queriei and re piles were prepared. In advance »o r.otody wic surprised by -wha happened' except where ipon tanteiis ippliuia brokt out from tht ludltnee ot 2,500, most! women. The cindldatei who ibunded of On schedule were Gov.lEirl Wnr rcn of California and former Gov Harold I. Stliitn of Mlnneiota Republicans; ind Sen; Eitel Ke fiuver of Tenneiiee, Sen. Rob« S, Kerr of Oklihomi. ind W Avertll Hirrimih of New York Democriti..- ;· ·. , . . · · ' . ' · · · The mtlor mining candidate were Ohio 1 ! »tn, Robert A. Taf ind Gtn. Dwlfht D. Elithhower Otnttal Cliinhower wlt r repre itnted by Piul G. Hoffmin, for mer economic idrhtnlsiritor. Taf had no repreterttative in the meet In'g which was held In the Taf Auditorium, i hall named for his father, former President William Howard Tift, Htffmm got · good hand, possibly thl bill of the evening, when lit wit Introduced ai reflecting thl view! of EUtnhower but not tag- ling iiiy atiternenls he made s iting thftte M thl general. Hofi- m«n laid he hldn't talked to Elsenhower In idvinct, but knew the gentril'i vlt»'i. ' With Eisenhower Ind Taft per- soniUy missing from the Republican aide and-luch Democrats as lov. Adlal Stevinioh of Illinois. nit President Alhen Barkley ahe ien. Brleit McMahon of Connec- Icut net Invited., some women delagitei laid they thought they may not.hive teen the July nom nees or tht final winner. KtfauTtr Ddmlnll'l Kefiuver, who his delegates ·unhlng in n*xt Tuesday's presidential primary here against an irginiiatlop ilite pledged nom- nally to former Sen, Robert J, lulklty, seemed to dominate the )emocratlc contingent. Hirrlmin got some "booi" ,, wellii some cheeri when he caltl IXM iren't toe high and muit be continued at prtitnt levels If tht nition b to rtirm properly. ' Tifts' ibitnce from the meeting ind the league'3 dispute with him jver whethlr ht ihould be repre- tented, didn't teem to dttrict from he Ohio tenitor'i popularity tmong tornt of'the dtlegalei who ·ported conipleuoui Tin for Frti- Ident butttni. Tift, cimpilgnlng In the north* :rn pirt of the ·»«. nid he hid irtvleui ditei ind offered to lend i itind-lh. But the league's of- iclils ruled that only i cindidate who wn out of the country--only EtMnhawtr In thii case--could be represented by proxy. . · · * . · Sen. Rlchird Russell of Georgia, US.T trying to beat Kefiuver In Iwldl'l popularity primary next 'uetdiy, accepted this ruling without complaint, but Tift tilled i "unfair." Hli iupporttri mide it liln tkit the ONlein wnn't gong W be ciught pirticlbitlng in a where Elieiihower ^it tpreiehted only by i dipilty. Not much new ,il»ht wis shed n my critical Iiiue by the candi- ites Ind Hoffman, the itind-ln. Hoffmin said he belitvei U. S. mtiney jptnt In Eur6pt miy, give reiter 4tfeMt rfturm thin those lid out it homt. H* nid the lin- ral alwiyi hid obtained "-WU1 nte|rity" ioion: hii iiiociites nd could be expected to cleih tip Nihington corruption If elected. He Mtmed to agree'with War-' rtn, who iild the, aniwer to the ationil icandili Ii to elect i Re- ubllcan in November, Kefauvtr got a hand when he aid lomtthlng ought to be done to itop unfounded character asiail- ·tions," iddih| thit "destroying ood Hoplt's nimtc by Inucndo I ctrtf Inly, keeping i iot of gnud emit out of thje government." The Tennewe* crime buster re- tit«d prtvloui prppMals to put May Sports Card May 2--Arkansai baseball team i, Buena Vi«ta, at Storm Lake, iwa. M«r I--Arklllll tt«Bla team I. Oklahtn* U»jy»ri||jf, here. May 3--Arkinm itatt h i g h chool track mctt at Little Rock. May S--Arkantts' bBScball- ttam s. Bradley, at Pcorla, III. May 8--Ar^nsas baseball team i. Bridle/, it Pepria, 111. Ar- niai'tti»U ttin n. Tulu, here. May 7--Arkincas baseball ttim I. Illlnolt, at Cii»mp|ljtn, III. Miy 9-10--Southwtit Confer- nee Track Meet at Dallti. South- wtlt Confertnce goll nuct at Dtllai. Announcement ROBERT L RIFE If N.w Dlttrlbuttr F.r Tht TULiA WORLD AND TIIBUHE In f lyiHivllli Ml no N. tht Tuts* World.**d Internal revenue officials under civil iervice, establish a committee on ethics and register whet he called "Influence : p5ddiers." Stasien got a hand when ho said that .'corruption during the lart ·evenlyekrs--the reslme of President TrUman-r-had.becn the worst in fovernnwnt Replying that corruption Was wane In. the Harding and Cooliiigo administrations, Ken- heard a chorus of "boos" as well as applause. Benlon County Issues 356 Hirriage Licenses Bentonvllle-(Spcclal)-The records of Bcnton County Clerk-Mrs. Ruth .Whnrton show that 3fifl mar- riage'licenses, were tin office last month, This Is an Increase 1 over April-.1051, when 333 j licenses were Issued. ; The marriage license sales accounted for ' : $11291,80. of the $1,547,13 tnken Iti by the clerk's office last mnnth. The slate received $178--60 cents for ench license--as n vital statistics tax. Since the first .of .the -year $9,018.3] hns been tnken In from the snle of 1.3(13 licenses. Nsnrjy four tliou£?.nd licenses were sold last year, . Aside from the vital statistics fee, money derived from ifis,sale of licenses fen.ains in the county. KM* ·» mt* law Hmrt--re«* Iht roots dillr. pie competition it M, ·cross witer it Clfut* Ott* deiu. Fit. On inow et MM, »h» cxhibiti chimpionlhip rtyW, I* former,, national' witef . tki- jumping titliit and will innpet* in thiiyeir'iilxth inunwlpul* Wiur Ski c*mi*«J, IH**)-- TOTEM POLE?-Restmbllng · totem pole, brought up to JOlh Century.standards, thli utronm- ·*"*v.. ·"««* JIUUBM. new, · ff ridir- *qulpmcnt, aboard the" United States, I70.000.00Q iu- Ptr-llner now being build,.The iteange looking rriisfhns an .en-' doled crow's ne«t.': .The 'ship; 1 ! Hearing completion at Newport-- Newi, V*;, is expected to try for the Atlantic ipced crown, now held by the queen Mary. The United States will be the largest pisicngcr vcelcl flying the U. 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