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fintl af5 69 Ties National Open Record Indians Top Yanks In Garcia's Ninth Win VJi^.^"?!!TM'. 1 !?. 1 : K -» "··»«-« . i' -i . ._ - « wolf championship toda grind under the blazing Texas sun may change the 1 situation completely. Hogan. re- The Hav.'k--given the name by lever j the 6.782-yard Norlhwood co'urse, lets up"- is wiry. lil'tlc £^., past m t Wh0aS v«?" He 0p 7i'(^ e i^''"^i n the S V7co?ri of las'Jw in 949 but he hirt "" ' , P »L a o y ' he f i r s t 36 holes - f '"' Open, in iytj, nut ne nad won in 1948. "- - ' ~ So he's come oul ahead three times in his last three attempls «nd nothing but a letup or a But when Sammy Snead set t h a t i record at the Riviera Country I Club in Los Angeles-- known as As Me iieid was reduced to the low 50 and ties--those who shot 15! or better'for 36 holes--there ·.vcren't many left who had a chance to perform a similar feat George Eazio of Clementon, N. J.. another little guy and some- t h i n g of a miracle worker w i t h his putter, v.-as at even par 140 afler m a t c h i n g Megan's se:ond Helping Hand From Little , from a record-equalling fourth triumph. round 69. Johnny Bufla. the l a n k y , ulack-bnr.vcd airplane pilot from P i t t s b u r g h , had 141. B u l l a shot the 'h "~r"",' " lv '""·* " l l l t ' l cAdii j t o u r n a m e n t ' s second 68 yesterday "nose frail body seems dwarfed I only to f i n d himself in lhi.--l plac= oy hs competitive spirit, who took I Snead. who shot a threatening r · If j °" d r o u n d a " d I '" TM ""' f i r s t round anr l u 'ho was imished with a record low Score one of the top favorites faded to 01 2 | B - i a 75 yesterday. Harridge Awaits Report From Umpire On Marly Marion Row Chicago -(#)- W i l l Harridge, president O f lne American League, awaited a formal report today from Umpire Bill McGowan on I HcGov.-an's Wednesday night fracas with Manager Marty Marion of the S^t. Louis Browns. Marion, appointed Brownie manager last Tuesday, appeared beiore liarridge yesterday, accompanied by the Browns' president, Bill Veeclt. They g a \ e their side of Marion's srgument v i t h McGo.van during a game with the Boston Red Sox. Marion was suspended indefinitely by Harridge on McGo'.van's oral report of. the incident. triple Keeps Bears Close Behind Pels; Travs Whip Barons (By The Associated Press) Battling desperately | 0 stay Rush Pitches Shutout, Cubs Beat Braves (From The Associated Preu) Bob Rush, big right-hander, came up with a b r i l l i a n t 5-(l three- hit victory for l u e Chicago Cubs over lhe Boston Braves in the National League's only game last night. Rush walked four and fanned 11 in posting his n i n t h t r i u m p h and fourth shutout. The Cubs tucked(he gam" away in the first i n n i n g , pouncing on Vern Bickford for contention in the torrid Southern f o u r rlins on t h r c f f " l ] f s , a pair of walks and a fly ball. . . The umpire reportedly claimed Marion bumped him, but the new Browns' manager said yesterday: "McGowan put me out of the game the m i n u t e 1 came up to kick (about a close p l a y ) . Then Association pennant scramble, t h e , " B ob Addi». ", ^rmcr" B ravo. led joung Mobile Bears got a prudi- j Chicago's nine-hit attack with f o u r I stood in front of him hands on my hips. He th told . to get out of his way. I told him 1 didn't hare to, t h a t I was up there to talk to him. Then he tried to walk through me." Harridga indicated the d u r a t i o n nf Marion's suspension w i l l depend on McGowan's report. Veeck had named Marion m a n - ager the day before the incident, replacing Rogers Hornsby. Celebrated Case The firing of .Hornsby is fast becoming one of baseball's celebrated cases. Veeck posed with E.-ownic players, after he ousted Kornsby, and pictures showed him receiving from them a trophy bearing the inscription: "To Bill Veeck for the greatot play since the emancipation proclamation, June 10, 1952. From the players of the St. Louis -Browns." Hornsby says he t h i n k s this in- ci-tent was a put-up job by Veeck. The Brownie president denies it. Hornsby, \vho has returned to his Chicago home, yesterday hinted t h a t he might consider an offer of z minor league baseball job if it came up. But tie commented: "But no screwballs need applv. I've had enough of thjt." "I can t a k e it easy now," he eaid. "But I would rather be busy -- -\ mean, if I can get a job with some real guys. The Browns have if gious poke last night from an oul- ' sinjles fielder sent into the game for d-e! ---- ' tensive reasons. The blow, a tremendous triple in the 17th inning by ball-hawk Jim Williams, gave the B r u i n s 4-3 victory over N a s h v i l l e a.... kept them in striking distance of the pace-setting New Orleans Pelicans. The marathon was the longest of the year in the Dixie circuit. Meauwhile, the Memphis Chicks sprinted past the s t u m b l i n g A t l a n ta Crackers, fj-5 and 9-5. Don W i l - liams, who plays center field for the Chirks between base-stealing chores, swiped five sacks in lhe second game of last night's Memphis sweep to e q u a l S t u f f y Stewart's 24-year-old league record. Little Rock went 13 innings before trimming the Birmingham, ,,,,,[.,,,, Barons, 8-7 and New Orleans top- Boston petf Chattanooga, 7-5. r "" (Fiem The AaewlaM Prr«) Husky Mike Garcia of thf Cleveland Indians, f t i n n l n f for h l « second s t r a i g h t 2n-v!rtory harvest, recorded his n i n t h anil most impreisive victory of the : season night. He beat the w o r l d champion N e w York ! Yankees. 7-1 in the only American i League lame. ! The "Bear" .tilled the Yanks on four hits, walked only iwo. struck out in, balled In two runs and .cored two in topping the Yanks' best. A l l i e Reynolds. Garcia's only slip came In the seventh when he served t home run ball lo Yejl Berra. His performonrt . knocked the New Yorkers out of first place. The Bomber, slipped : i to second with the Boston Red Sox . lakinf over the lead by .0004 of | p-rrentage point. The Indians «re ' i close third. Garcia nursed a 2-1 lead u n t i l : the eighth when the I n d i a n s j u m p - 1 ed Reynolds for five runs with : two nut. Jim Megan's- pop f i v ,,(,,_ gle brought home lhe f i r s t two : runs. Garcia followed w i l h » two! run double and scored the f i f t h run on » single hy Hurry Simp' son. NORiH»ic..i WM fti IIMSi, royeiteville, Arkanjoi,- Saturday, Juno 14, 1552 Mrs. ferrin Wins Stale Go! Title With Accurate Pulling E! nnradn. A r k . - f / P i - M r s rion pprrin nf £1 Dnrarln hnaslcfi hrr f i f t h Aik;u^,is Mantle, cf Rlrr.tito. ·*. aMIzr Riurr, rf Rprra. c M'D'f.Irl 3h Marlln, 2h Wd- e re- 4 0 0 Slmpion p 3 0 0 Avllft. 2h 3 0 I Doby.' cf 3 I ritelitr. ir 4 0 0 raitrr. Ih ;·- -" -1 0 0 Bonne, tn WiKnlllnf. If 3 0 0 lift-in, c tnllln,. Ih 3 0 JO.rrH. p Rpynotrti. p l o 0 Tolal. .in | 4 Touli «--Struck out fo New York Cleveland suit o' a hard-eanied victory over fellow townsman P e t t y t?iKhj n [ , Mrs. Pen-In won the m l e - ' - r r third In a row--nl F.I t)'..- B H,,-, course yesterday. Rushing. 4 and 3. . 4 n i i n n i n i 4 2 1 . 3 I "| C n u n t r v Clui J | J ! defeating Mi ; p n r i n r i l y , v ! i h the p u t t e r . ' It m i l k e d Die second time that Mi.-* H i i f h m R has gained the f i n a l s of t h n ..ia!e i-i-irnamci)!. and rlef.-..r,..| Mrs. perrin hut ]n.n in t'.n (,,,»!- 10 Hciiy McKlnn'on at 4 l t; In the A r k a n s a s women's a m a t e u r 32 T 10 RlzKuto in ith 000 TOO 100--1 Ml 100 05x--7 awson Little, Pebble Beach. Calif. ours watei on a t o w e l covering I B(tr r Ofiivt-o s. Bnt.n I ·OITOM »b r h i M k f l s . :b 5 2 cf Arlrtis. cf s o * Thorpe, rf _ . . H'mamki. rf 3 1 s Torptson. Ih .1 n 0 . "nndy. Ih Serena. 3b ^nnlley. ss' Hush, p 4 1 0 Cordon. If 3 ft r ' .1 1 llCtarkson. ,1b .1 II 0 4 0 1 cCrou-e 4 0 I'Burrb. c 4 0 IVS'sli. 2b 4 0 1 LoR^n. :-· .Bickfnrrl. p hMrhr-vs ''Cole, p ,Chlpman. p 36 S 3 Tntal- , King Demand Title Shot After Split Decision .... ., _ ,.n-- ·ir.vnnin* i-r. ijnr- HBP-Rfynoldi lEnterl. WP- s. V'lnip---flurry ifl-:t l,oirr -Devmldi 17-41 ti-Bobh. Hurlev, PM. ·«r«IU ,nrt Soir. T-?::r, A_4«."li)3 1 0 0 4 n o ; New York -I/Pi- Winner George | h;:rk where l i t t l e Salas the I !! n »''?. UJ " v" d ^'^''''Wo'' l i w r i i c . TM j u m p i n g 1-em, ' w o n Art.nir K i n s bolh are scrc-iming j crown from Carter, May 14. l n o the 16th Wighlman Cup Won By U.S. Tennis Pliyers jolf tournament. Mrs. Perrln's deadly more t h a n offset an a d v a n t a g e · Mr . Pen-In von her first ftate. crown in 1911 and look her Second In l!M.v She then won in 19*0 and pulling, 11)31 and ac.-.ln this ' The o n i i i t o d f v for a ligntweighl l i l l e shot | "We'll guarantee the c h a m p W | mh |. H ,,. , . ., I w i t h lhe ..-inner of the Laur.,! $.in,W)n and a privilege of .15 per ' ,,,,H^^?^"' ?," Rl ,f nd I/P) - The cent of the s a l e " «."rt P.l.TMJ ' "mted_States clinched the Wight- K,.-- "J* for Bick.'orrt in Slh h-- nniib'edl for Cole in 81h troundtd out for Chi gale in Ipman r--G 9th. 4nn ion 000--;, ·uai.,i, . . non onn ono--o E--Tnr«cson, Clark.on. nni--Atn-rll Fond..;. Serena. Hcrmanlkl. 2n--AH- ; Salas-.linimy C a r l r r romilr!!. ..... ' "We want lhe champion nexl." "The ..,, yelled K r a n k l e Travis. Aratijo's hometuwn, won't ninnagcr, in lhe M.-ldisnji Square ; hie September." i Garden drcssinc room liisi ni?hl ' - a f t e r the widely-honed v. in ovoi s-iid Palermn , ' "' '" r , ., , i - '""".·. ot.eiiB. nermansKi. -'»--Art- Little Rock outfielder John i rt '-'. D«ni«l«. DP--Chlpman, Lojnn and - ,, and raced home on an infield out wilh the tie-break- . ing run. A bases-loaded homer hy j rofd Trav catcher Duke Doolittle had ' tied t;.« score ih the eighth. . King. "We f o u g h t everybody in 'U'ny Another?" Was K i n g interested match w i t h A r a u j n ? in a . , Blck · rd s. cole 3. Rush u HO--Birk- rord ' ln * in n i"»': P»I» i in 3; chin- TM ' ' ner--Rush U--.lorrtn --2:12. A-- .B76. Loser- -Bicklord U-7i :ss, Pinelll.' Enfcln. T . to pay for the rest of 1052 and all of 1953 and 1054 on my contract. They're going to pay 'me every cent; no settlement." Notre Dame Head \ Benlonville, Gentry Slaps NCAA Vor ji 0 $e To Tontilown Television Rule \ Tonlllnwn boat Gentrv ,,.. , the way. \\,, deserve it." "He beat him last n i g h t " s a i d , | At nngf.dc. Frank ( B l i n k y ) Palehno. "Why ask lor another"" I i P a l e r m o , King's long-distance] Palermo m a y I h i n k hi- m a n 1 nianager, was offering n *30.nnn j won lhe i n - r n u n r l e r lasl night but : guaranlee for a Toronto t i t l e | the o f f i c i a l s had another idea nf I scrap hetv.-ecn Lll' A r t h u r and the (he figlit. Referee Pctey Scalzo ' Siilas-Carler winner. .voted for A r a u j n . 2), Providence : Palerno said the Snlas-Carter | J u m p i n g i ,ck. 6-4. .Iii-l s e Bert hout is all set for the Garden Grant form! for Araujo 5-4-1 nnd August 27 d u r i n g the American .li-ric" Joe Agnc-Po had K i n g = i Jean WsJker-Smith, 7-8, 6-2 | Her victory was the fourth r "- four matches for the Amerl l l l t J-I;MCI I L U ( i s . n a y n inr i m p or (I cnn^d-m-tinn with ihree lefl to play in the best I engineer of a railroad be is bui · Ol K^Vfn *»rl«B 1 l« U^,.i ,,-.!.! i -. --"'^ u u i i i of seven aeries. Dook Walker Cuts Right Arm Tendon Dallas-f/Pi - [Joak W a l k e r , «tar t h a t Miss R u s h i n g sained hy her ' Mrs I'errin rul-513 5S4 354-longer drives. Tim« and acaln. i 40 Miss Rushing, a rec-nt g r a d u a t e Miss R u s h i n g out 554 545 384-of the university of Arkansas ·!! reached the green f.rsl n n l v to Mrs. Perrin 1,1-534 .134_Lz7 ~ = l!:'-^" ll !. l _ n y. rf _ P .';T n ' f ""· TM'" l l »-'- l | loa in -555 X844-30. Showing Next Week At Favettet'ille Theatres ; "CARSON CITY." Roaring Excll«- IB*nt ot the Eerlv V/".ll "CARSON I'lTY." the »i|.-e-,,iur- set BKainst the bra-vlln^ N"v,irl.-i c a p i t a l d u r i n g tlie t u r b u l e n t 18"n'n begins Its local enjase-nenl at the O7ARK Thealt-e on ! Phologi-BDhetl in color bv' War-i net-color, Ih- Western epic sn r -' Randolph Scoti. with Lucille \'r-r man, Raymond Massrv nnd Richard Webb In feature:! rnlei In "CARSON CITY." Scolt por- j trays the role of a construction ----lo haul gold and silver ore from the rich Comstock Lori- In t r o mountains down to lhe m.^M line Opposition forces, led by Mas''ey resort to sabotage and murder in order to hamper t h - project. The townsfolk look to R a n d v for jus- tlce. nnd gel It in th« form of nn excilng man h u n t climaxed .itop . . n Legion convenlion. The Inlprna- ' fi-4 winner. The .*..-n , n i n T - | , H.rt halfback of the Detroit Lions nro- 11..' VI '.' fc,lona, footb.,1 team, e u t ' tne i lh ^« CIT^ne second . . "·-*· I V « I M , t u i , UK card had i mam tendon of his rlshl arm yes- anr'. Ad entile In the TIMES-- It o«T«, EVERYTHING M and SUPPLIES FArETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVt. ^Chicago,,, The National Co,- J legiale Athletic Association is preparing an answer ,0 charges by The ic?, !°hJ. k 5 Ml,,n= n i in,.-, '' u, f ".''co tio m,' TM o p m u , . c o tio m, the president of Notre Dame t h a t ! and Ha»er. in the Gentrv con TMt . t e l e v i s i o n ol its television policy is illegal and i unfair. The Rev. John .1. Cavanaugh. ' C. S. O. head of the foolhall-fameri : Calholic university, crilicized lhe policy yesterday in a letter to the NCAA's executive director, Walter flyers. a round tripper ta · Ihc ! nounrcnieiil. Los Angeles wants it ' weighed l.'l.i'i, King ' 1311-1,. | Undefeated Missouri, Penn State Clash In NCAA Baseball Tournament In Omaha Iwo Inches above the elbow when he rammed It through the window of a r»r he was trying to push at the National Open Golf Tournament here. SUPER! . Father Cavanaugh-listed ; Playing Thursday nieht at Siloam Springs lhe Grapers were forced lo go 1] innings to b a t t e r down a stubborn Benlonville Mer: rhanl crew 4-3. Rj|l Fiori held lhe | Merchanls to just five hits w h i l e The program limits each mem- ^onli ber school to one televised foot- ^ R?mo .,,,, ,., ,, . ,, , _ ball game in 1952. I W l n n i n l piteher"'Biii" rior!':'' Mtchcr" Noire Dame and Pennsylvania. ; ? r . Kirbj!" 1 """ 1 pltch "- Gall5 ' ; " lc h- i among major schools, have led an : ' ' ' - - ' unsuccessful f, s ht to strip N C A A ! Stureess Upset Omalia-f/P)-Penn State and M i s - » souri were the only undefeated teams today as the NCAA baseball tournament entered the second round. T:-e loaders, each with a 2-0 m a r k , clash tonight. j Texas and Holy Cross wore 1 j matched, and Duke and Western ^ | M i c h i g a n also meet. Each of the 1-1 record How They Stand (Bj The Aucrlalet Preai) NATIONAL LKAGUE '** " lv r" \ i*Illl« film to employ lhe new "'- t -irr B .m i win OZA'HK sunda"" 8 callcd WBrnwcolor - "CARSON CITYTM opens at th. "THE AFHICAH QUEEN." Th. Adrenture Er.rl | .lohn Huston's enthralling ad- a seven | his teammates battered Renton- reasons why Notre Dame opposes · ville hurlers for 11. the TV grid plan for next f a l l i Tontltown . 001 eoo 40x-n 13 i using such terms as "socialistic," G ^,. n , p i t c h e r ' ? r TM ] Tr^maini" -"· ·-· " 'obstructionist" and "illeglll.' "Wicr. Lriola Losins p i t c n e r . X?": ' I r . l i l i l l E q u a r t e l h ^n r r ' JCC "TM O2n ono n,-4 n j j ^ f l l w o a r e clue for d e p a r t u r e onn nn^ nn--a s 5 from toe d o u b l e e l i m i n a t i o n _ -·· - I......... Jill Fiori: catcher, i t o u r n a m e n t Barlol,. Lo S ln, pitcher. Galley; catch- , p n ,, n £,.,',,, ^^ .,, ^ ^ s u r p r i s e ycMerdny, w h i p p i n g nuke, the t o u r n H i n e n t f a v o r i t e 24 controls from television of collegiate football games. BOWL FOR HEALTH Jim Renton Bowline .' ines. Ad*. Rrckenhar.i, Knsland-i/1'.- Ham Richardson. Baton Rouge. La . upset Eric Sturgess. Soulh Africa yesterday, lo enler final round of the Kent championships. Rrooklyn New York ' Wesley F.nncs is leaving this ' s, Mc ,"*? t , week for Oregon, where he will ?:' , .,be employed. ' ,,,,;,.._ John L.-irkins has gone to Wisconsin, where he will make home. Mrs. JcsMe Gilstrap has had as sucsls t h i s week her cousins, .lohn Hoggs and Mrs. Lela McDaniels of Chandler. Okla.. and Lee Stewart of Morchead,- Ky. Mr. and .Mrs. F. \V. Knonz re- W. _ . 39 .11 .. .1.1 - 27 --. -Philadelphia IS "'^Pittsburgh .'.' "' M Frldat'n ReiiulU Chicago 5. Boston 0 Only (tame scheduled. L. Pel · "· .o,...., i / i i j / \ r n i u A r j ~ Q U E R N . ' filmeil in Ti....-hnlcolnr. t has its eagerly awailed nncriinc i next Thursday at lhe O7.ARK ' Theatre. Filmed on location In the dnngcrously exciting R-lgian I Congo, "TI1K A F R I C A N QUF.EN" I was directed hy Huston and is the film that H u m p h r y llngart won 14 7 1 4 J n i s A cademy Award in t h i s year. 17 .646 _ . !! slnrv . fncerns a itr.-iniiPl. ID .6.15 26 27 .in 2* 41 Mile Champ Wears Boots HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery ' 'Seine came. D u k o ler, Mr. and Mrs. C. '{'.'.' Pa'yne'"on Route 4. . Boston Kansas , K w York "ncf v i s i t here Cleveland and sis- hours aao. 12-7. by o u t - s l u » e i n r ""'"Cd to t h e i r home in the Blue Devils at t h e i r ov.-n (Tame "i '" iioi '-'"« Pcnn State slammer! three "- '"" h h p r hr hurlers for 12 hits. I .lackie Lonergan. a l i t i l e Hoh M ^ r i i 'Cross southpaw who had nitched ., ? H a t f i e l d of Russelli only M i n n i n g s all season ' IcS a "'"' rC ! UniCd h ° me Knda -^ '"»°«- 1-0 heartbrcaker to Missouri. Jackie didn't allow a hit for seven AMERICAN I.KAGflK W. L. .11 21 . . . 2fl 19 maled couple alone 01 an A f r i c a n rlverhnal d u r i n g WW I. who undergo one of the wildest ndven- luret ever lold on thf screen Humphrey Bogart nnd Kalrtyn Hepburn, whose f i l m oortraviils would have seemed to bad ihcm n t~*-,» TM^ s · '««· fSreMTMom'a C nt'le tea'm" 1 "' tlirct ' tl " n![ ' s t r i k c fil '° as 'his Btartllngljdif- of^fttLEnrfTa^ infi a i()-nav vi^it with her . c nn- and one-third i n n i n g s a n d the de" "'TI KrnU .^'^''^'""''"· riding run was unearned in the - T'.°. sc - Kn " nrr a t TMTMe 'ne '\-enth. .lunior Wren scored it ' from t h i r d on sVrlslnp Jack Con- N'eh-Ka-Ga-Ha C h r i s t i a n Camp al .I.'plin, Mo., ih:.- -.-c?k a ; -c John error, Paiilus. Shirley Mo::re. .loan N u n - VbyOwelt . ToVourface/ You hav» onjy O n« lace with which to h-« the world Just a fe, dr ° p3 °' CH "' DS A !"'-Sh»v. LISTIO,, 1 gives skin a delightful »P. zest and tanal Makei "your »« l»»l fresh «a a child i. Enjoy *i» thrill ol «fi-r.«hav» r.Iresh- ·eri. Buy a bolile lodayl THI «OOB CO«P»P1IOI1 · ONIIDI' RttOK ILtCII can n chance.-; Palpi! Mrmron's t i n g l e i . eiqhlh v.-itb otie out \\-a.s i h hit off Lonergan. Speeflriilar Finish The f i n a l second romvl z*m- had a spectacular finish as Holy Ci-o r « n a r r o w l y mis-ed I v m ^ I h e I score m I'-c n"llh. F r a n k M a l r a n Co was nipped at Ihe p l a l e as he a l t e m n l e d t-i : ( -.,re r , - i Di-k Ho- "· n's double. A sham relay from Wren to shortstop Dick Dickinson »t Nor'olk. Va.. lor the nexl to c a t r h e r C.'arl H a r b o u r cut a l m o n t h t h e h u r n i r r M a l r a n g n . Texa.- rrH Western M i ' - l p c a n were a f t c r n n - , n V.-I'IIK-IS. The Longimrns. the r h n m n i o n s i n i n i f i and I MO. ripped f l r e e n n S l a t e . I n I. be'-inrl Hie s i x - h i t p i t c h i n g ,,f "3 ley. Pat:la Fans, K n l h p r i n e (lerry, I'.ilricia M a b r y . .N'ada A l l r n , and Ihe Dorothy Campbell..They --ere 3-:n l y cnmpanied In .loplin by Mrs. \a- fimc A l l e n . Mrs. Krtiia Whitley and P a u l "n" M. R. H. Bishop. i:.SN. and f a m i l y are spending several days here w-i'h his p a r e n t s . Mr. siid Mrs Taylor Bishop. L i e u t e n a n t Bishop is on a change of assignment from Ihe Pacific lo the At- l a n t i c command, and will he baser! ever- WcMern M.dn,;;,,,. cetlin:; runs from Al N.-ij;.-! and Htid llrotencck e ,,nd for |,yc i,,,,, droppc-l C'olorii-lo Sl.-ile. R-ri The , d e f e a t s knocked Oregon S'sl» and Colorado Slale f i . . t , i l h e cbnn-.- : pionship hunl w h i c h w i l l end Monday n i g h t u n l e s s « t i e develops. . W. C. S h e f f i e l d of Topeka. Kan., a r r i v e d Titevlay lo accompany !us uncle and a u n t . Mr and Mrs. C l a u d e l.ealon. tn T e x s r k a n a . Trxa.' '··· ' - -,.,'·· .|.-t- r . Mr? field, who died .lime 9. r : - - u i c C. A u f i l l . son of M r s T. .1. . S t r i c k l a n d of Hlwasse. w , l l New Orleans Mobile .. "... Chattanooga Nashville Atlanta Little Rork ...'.'. Birmingham Meniphi« frldar's Results Little Rock 8. B i r m i n g h a m 7 fl.1 Inning*). Mobile 4, Nashville 1 f i 7 | n - ningsi. Memohis «-9. A t l a n t a s-5. New Orleans 7. Chatlanoogi .1. .909 .471 .255 ·»»« "AAHON SLICK FR'OM P U N K I N . n , £"' CIt '" Th, Hllarloui H.y.eed'. .993 Mliadrenturx! j The film version of a hit pl.-iv : t h a t has rouiKlly tirkle-l Amrru-.-iii l i b s during a record SO.0011 s;ac" pCrformanc-1 takes over the sctcen of the U A R K The^ire wh"n "AARON SLICK FROM P U N K I N CRICK" op-ns Saturflay. The hilarious story of n c r a f t v country lad who outwits ..ome c ity schemers and l a n d s n homespun beauty in t h e bars.iin ha.- been the , Rteataest succe«s the t h e a t r e h.-is ever known. . Alan Young. ,n lhe s i - n r p - w i t l " ! j Aaron Slick. «et s |:,., m -heil .,,, a 500 i hilarious assortment of i n i r ; - f l \ e n - ; lures when t n v e l m c - - h o w s i n g e r " " * ' | Robert Merrill susnects t h a t Dinlih ^^CtSii^ x . V Shore's acreage h load»d c.-i'h oil ^Bk ·· " .\. Merrill's attcmot-. ti buy t h e f a m BB . m 1 bring tli" Ihre? to Chicago, -.-.-here ·(' . a ': » the singing schemer |e, r ns t h a t the r o u r . u v mnoc-nts have * fe-. ricks tucke-i up th-ir Oeeves. The cor-;--,] . .'.·:- ; .l 1 e ) :i.,n^ bring Voun- In and out of t. comely conniver anil u l t i m a t e l y i n t o Dinahs ever lovin arms. Tht tprce Is hrded w i t h some bouncv Ihil ringe all i h r way ; r , )rn a ri|.,rf»l "v hot-spot floor sbo"-. A-iele Jcrgen- and i featured cast t h a t joins n the M u g h t e r ^"· · "AARON SLICK FROM P t l N K l N ("IICK urdav. 'ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN." ^Ifcwl A l t h o u g h ^ retired from public a t i e n d ,he f u n e r a , of -SSn'S^SH %%*'- »TM'X' R,l, She,- i^u- ^M ,,, ^o. h l . h M l | /1ANY1 T HlNri and dince lnt»r)ud« iiB tn i Chicag' ' M r ' head -a bi UARKSa: , Ste Bishop Paul K M a r t i n l.ike most cowboy champions, lhe first thing Wes Sanlee '"""J York''; 1 " brctlicr, M,.s'er .Sql. .'.. A. A u l i l l n' ('.imp C h a f f e e . "-ill a t t e n d Ihe commencement exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Ca.vle S m i t h , former M e n l o n v i l l e residents, now of Tex.-.rk,»ni. Tex.i'. a n n o u n c e the fc ·;· -·· · · iiit "'··'^ .mug «es nantee coes when I \'e-u \-n.^ I T , TI,,. \- *· . h l r t h of ^ f l . n i R h t e r S u s r n K « v he wakes up in Ihe morning Is reach for his hoots But the lean Kan ' G i a n t s h - , e k , V ° rk on J u n e .1 ^.^^Se^^^Zn^,^'^ ?yjr^«iiaw« r/.v,rn'L?k c ^:v'fnr^^T,»s T '" ^ ·" «""«·- - « Snuthorn Ca,lforn,a to*I ,h, shot',,"wX'^he.. G o , ?£ w' I'OpVn m" ^oSl^^^ "'"" m """'"" '" "'vh'v,.., ^ar^r^^w^^^SS/^^^ l^i^r FS -- -" '" W " k ' ^' W '" " 1Urn "" Mr.. Bessie Andre-v li ipendln? CAN IIAPPF.N.- ; Ihe new cmneny f i i m openini- j Wednesday al the U A R K The.-it,e . slurs Ferrer and Kim llurit-r. both of whom have won arndrtm awards. The story detail, the amusing and heartwrfi tning a-lventurc" o two weeksln'ranVen." She" "will ·;«·"« «"lv»" i" 'h- '.' S «s he return home June 27 a'Ver a ' U. ' ."!'· ^"",1' 2 n d w TM""'"" a n n f , '.ivrr" sch "' ^»'""'-. n "^.v A rou r ^v ^ I'I'M r.'n ' N f w V o r k '" CuMfornia. hli w.lrt. n « n f.ames. acenmpamed bv eyed pursuit of a p, y m |-j n n d M r " a n r i ' \ I r . " r . n V r V I ? . i '""*?'"· Mis ' Elizabeth his u l t i m a t e trans/ortrsUnn i n t o a Ren.""l.,li.! .,, fJ2 '??"; " d Mi " K " h ' r "' S"«l' ' h 'P « n d "X'PV -|tl»n h-v the «m me nr .sprlnfaaltj. attended the com- -'"Ulh-provokinj sequences o? the mencemeiit »nerclie« at the Uni- " lm Llndsey Roll.ind, and the Rev. and Mrs. Bob R i t l e r are a t t e n d i n g Ihe .inmul m e e l m f of lhe North Ar- vewlty »f Ttx« at which ' hl» lon-ln-law and daunhter re- telved doet«r'i defrtes in irmhan- Ical en|ineerln» and p«yehelo|y I and leclftlojiy. rtipertlveiy They I ·re Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Burton. Mn. Burton It the . \ 'd«y. f n l l n - v i n t the reanlni of the , mn . ourton it t«. farmer appomtments for the new year by ' Nancy Galne, "f BentonvTllJ. f .It,*" »dds up to this carefree!..-___ «·-....i/..i«.. · who com«« to America in seurh of love, lauiha ai and finds more of each l h n - he hir(alnel lor ' rful character« peopllnj the t i l - Include a landlocked i .A H I . M J a . a . « V . » A . . . k ( l . r _ | . ,,,. "·..U.^RWn f ir.r/ru;. \VK.1 a COTlp.ISS, I WkMW W tn lind a m»ie, nnd tn tccemi *ww^$'^j$$ffi' "A^niwo c/ .i 1

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