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· -Ozark Defeats Fort Smith Twice To lp|lils *** Cub! Oiark's potent and beautifully* balanced Junior Legion baseball team got up off the floor Saturday ind polished off a big and bickering team from Fort Smith twice to win the District Two Tournament and a birth in the state finals at JJewport August 8-10. Counted out by virtue of an 11- State's Top Golfers Paired In Cup Meet Little Rnrk-/J3. Th- t*t»* 4 n n * innini, 8-7, defeat at the- hands of Fort Smith Saturday the Ozark leans shock off the loss and went to work. They defeated Prairie Grove Saturday afternoon and came back Saturday evening to Little Rock-(*i-The stitet top Pro and amateur jolfen swing into the Arkansas Gup Matches over the 6,414-yard Little Rock Country Club course Wednesday. The amateurs will enter the Cup Matches and Arkansas Open --Thursday and Friday--minus several top linksmen who have » aaiuraay evening to ,.,,;,] +u .,, i .--.v down » food Fayetteville teami f' d they wl " be un " ble to enter 11-1. jeiwviue Icsnl | for one reason or another. Th'«n on Sunday they faced t h e ' , -IfS c l pta TM TM* riin Tenney ° /reiher Fort Smith team need ng ! L "' £ R f k wl " head the amateurs · c TM l n s;in the tournaments and will be Marciano-Mothews Scrap To Moke One, Break The Other two victorits to win the tourna- i , . - atch - e(l ..?S". nsl Curtis c ° lli ' r «' Fort Smith, the state's No. 1 pro. Missing from the simon-pure team such outstanding golfer ment and facing elimination with one loss. Don Parrot, stellar rnound ace of the Ozark team, ,,,,,,, ,, h showed up for the Sunday sames L ^ ,,· - - - - - He had been unable to accompany I £° 5S , Co1 "»." Monticello, Bubba the team earlier in the week be-I !n? rt °', Pme Bluff * nd Vince e | Allison of Fort Smith. They are all former state amateur champions. The pros will also find a couple of ace shooters absent from their roster. Pete Fleming and Gib Sell- cause of work at home. HP .,,,,,,,,,[ wred the big bats of Fort Smith in the opening game allowing but five hits as his mates racked the Boss Rams for a 14-1 decision. . In the payoff game--the fifth high-pressure game in less than 36 hours for Ozark--Parrot stayed on the mound and kept things under control for three more innings Finally exhausted the big right. hander gav« up three runs to Fort [ "Smith and was forced to leave the game in the fourth. But Ozark had the tilt well under control and coasted in for a 7-S victory and the tournament. Cardinals Win Third Straight From Bums, . - ers, both of Hot Spring*, have not entered. The Amateur Cup team will have three of the state's outstanding young linksmen as members. They are Davis Love Jr., of E! Dorado and Ray Barnes of Fayetteville, state high school titleholders, and Merle Jones of North Little Hock, who played in the National Junior Tournament at New Haven, Conn., last week. The nairings--with the amateurs listed first: Tenney vs Collier; Gene Keeney. I Texarkana, vs Charles Isom, Little Rock; Skin Davis, Little Rock, vs Johnny Whitten, Little Rock; John Buzick vs Andy Cusick, Sorth Little Rock; Paul Denson, Little Rock vs Don Murphy, Texarkana, Don Cameron. Little lock vs Hogan Roundtree. El Dorado; Ron Everhart, Little Brooklyn - (IP) - Red Schoen-1 Rock, vs Ed Ackerbloom, Little dienst's fourth hit of the game and Rock; Bob Milholland, Little Rock, some brilliant defensive work in vs Junior Lewis, Little Rock. the ninth inning bv the St. Louis , Bush Satterfield, Conway, vs. outfield gave the Cardinals a 4-3 ; Bill Martin, Jonesboro; Barney victory over the league-leading - New York - WP) - Slugger Rocky* M a r c i a n n and boxer Harry ' Matthews risk their careers in one daring gamble Monday night for a September shot at the world's heavyweight title. Marciano is a 2 to 1 favorite. Scouting from a ringside pew at Yankee Stadium will be Jersey Joe Walcott, the 38-year-old champ, who has agreed to meet the winner in the fall. There will be no radio, television or theater television of this 10-round elimination bout, .scheduled for 8:00 p. m. CST. In the event of rain, it will be pushed back to Tuesday night. For Marciano, unbeaten in 41 pro fights, and Matthews, who Tigers Divide Twin-Bill With Yanks, H 0-6 . Philadelphia-(/P-The sur.ning | Philadelphia Phils, winners of 21 a"iiinrt I I defeats since Steve O'Krill succeeded Eddie Sau-ver a.s mamigfr, smacked down the Chi/aja Cubs. 12-11 and .1-0 .yesterday to take undisuuted posses- . sion of fourth place from the reel-' inn Bruins. , Granny Harnner's three-run · ] homer in the sixth inning was all | ' Carl Drews needed to win the j nightca-i as the bis righthander \ tired his fourth shutout of the i bca.son. Bob Ru.-h v.:r: |! ; e hisn. In the first game both Paul Minner. for the C'uhs. hnd lln-s Mov- I er for the Phils, were sent In early showers. Andy Hanson received credit for the win with help frnm Jim Konstanty. _ FIMT QAMI PhfM*tliili ckicatiT ISPORTS MORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMB, FoyMttvillo, Ark , July II, 1»$J -n I.. .- s.iu Otvitf I W«i Holt uft«n4 ' t h e I t i f u t l.idvi. Bib? M*nfc _ «ot two for f.rtc in tht b«Ht'i)fl3 dtptrtmtnt a-id Bah poiter, lKk 3 | from · vacation, ffewM j«*J 3 « I form. Giytl Biufus rriMl* it out-- j - i j n r t i n e ratan in tb* cutliild 'm';,-, the Joseri. _ ' | The standing: SJ1 _, Lrwii Cardinal!. ______ .._ ^ Mcllroy Gianu ________ , ____ | Ford Indians ......... .._ j Tuck's Yinkwj .......... j Eawn Cubf . . ________ ^ j 'pitched in l ni, one l n 8:hi. 'iJ, n '; mcl. Berry. "son's Cubs, 9-3. and moved In !«"""" «n« game of the loop lead n "' !|1 - v '' OTCS hllrled '"- Ginm. . lhtlr wln ' b «""« John SiMe All iiroupi of humin t*i«n have and use some kind of Janfu«|«. : Some fossil kanfirov art be, licved to have weighed li much la i 'mall horses and to b»vj had ft«d- ! ing habits nimilar H UIOM of a ; hors*. -= Detroit - (/P) - The last place Detroit Tigers jolted the league leading New York Yankees yesterday with their fifth straight loss -- the longest slump in manager Casey Stengel's four-year Joost. ss Tlin. I b PhiliPV. cf Zernial. if Vaio, rf flarlc. rf ' ah r h : . 1 0 1 ) . 4 2 1 M i r a n d a . 4 0 3 Fox. 2b 2 0 0 \h::oso. r f 3 0 0 Robinson I n 3 0 1 M f l r . rf 4 :i i 1 0 0 TTdrSlupz. 3h -t 0 1 n ft o i . I W T l a n d M u r n v ' ,1,,,- ihc victory. Ge Lewis There are H*" »'!*"«, ouw i t l a l l l l c w s , W I I U ~ = - ~ -- . ,.-,-. hasn't lost in 70 starts since 1943 lcnur e -- w h e n Johnny Groth .his will be the real crossroads. * lamlri «d a three-run .homer - . . rt'beru'n. 2b . T O O t.ite. If 3 u n SiHfr. 3h 1 1 JMa-l. r. 3 0 n A M r n l h . r 4 0 I'Oolwon. p i o ft Shantz. p 4 0 1' K e n n e d y p o o o Krcnow. p 0 0 n f l - L o l l a r l o o Brown, p 0 0 0 b-SIcwart 0 0 0 After Monday night, it's on toward h 'Shlight an 8-3 decision. The the title or back to the clubs in ! Y " nks bounc "l back in the nijht- Providcnce or Omaha/ Marciano is 27. Matthewf is 29. Tbe price fluctuated a bit from to 1 up as far as 13 to S over the weekend but is due to steady around 2 to 1, ' Brooklyn Dodgers here yesterday. It was the third straight wrn for the Cards over the Bums. They play again today. Schoendienst s i n g l e d home pinch-runner Tommy Glaviano from second in the ninth to break · up the game. Glaviano was running for Hal Rice, who had singled ts i pinch-hitter for winning pitcher Harry Brecheen. S o l l y , Hemus had bunted Glaviano to second to set the stage for Schoen- dltns'.'s hlow. Eddie Yuhas took the mound in the ninth and Carl Furillo banged a drive that Enos Slaughter caught against the wall. PeeWee Reese | Osment. Jonesborn, vs Al Hayford, I Carnden: Barnes vs Bud Vernon, Fort Smith; Love vs Paul Livings- Inn. Hot Springs; Bill Irvine. Forrest City, vs. Horace Lacey, Little Rork; Dr. Fred Gordy, Conway, vs. Bib Menea, Pine Bluff; Jones vs Bob Zander. Fayetteville. Henry Tisdale. Little Rock, vs. James Vannoy, Hot Springs: David Mcnkus, Little Rock. vs. Otis Turner. El Dorado. Lyle Huffer. England, vs. Harry Bryant, Helena; Tom Raney, Little Rock, vs. Garland Bradshaw, Hope; Billy Bell, Pine Bluff, vf. Gordon Vannoy, Hot Springs; Grady Holloway, Little Rock, vs H. C. Hackbarth, Little Rork. Boys Club Weekly Card July 28 -- (Practice) 1-2 Indians 2-3 Cardinals 3-4 Giants 4-5 Intermediates S-6:30 Seniors July 29 -- Swimming for midgets July 30 -- (Practice) 1-2 Cubs 2-3 Yankees 3-4 Indians 4-5 Intermediates 5-6:30 Seniors July 31 -- Giants vs. Yankees Cards vs. Indians Seniors (practice). August 1 -- (Practice) 1-2 Cardinals 2-3 Giants 3-4 Cubs 4-5 Intermediates S-«:30 Seniors then sent a drive to left field that Stan Musial caught as he crashed info the wall. Yuhas then walked Shuba who went to third on Andy Pafko's long single. Al Brazle came in and Duke ' *~, · n i Snider lofted the ball into the ! Cj|nnf"S I 1-4 Gene Balding, Little Hock, vs Paul Ferrington. Blytheville. jReds Wallop stands, barely foul. He then belted one to deepest center with P-Nuts Lowrey hauling it down for the last out. New York - (IP) - The Cincinnati Reds made manager Leo Durccher's 4fith birthday a sad | one yesterday as they dumped Billy Johnson's homer with one , one and Dick Sisler's four-base | t h c Giants, H-*. in the first game clout accounted for the other Card I of a double-header. The second runs. ! psrne was halted by rain in the «, L»h inalUin ( t h i r d frame with the Reds ahead cap for a 8-0 win on rookie Bill Miller's seven-hit pitching. The Yanks, ra«ed on the bases and on defense, sot a lineup shuf- flinj from the old professor in the second game and came up with an impressive victory over Virgil Trucks and Dick Littlefield. The revamped Tijert backed a fine pitching job by rookie Billy Hoeft in the opener as the Tigers won their third straight from the world champs to lighten up the American League race. Allie Reynolds, wilder than usual, was the loser. Totau H- 3 -? r ?'"'» · -Grounded out for /xicuov b-Ran for Rpbinaon in 9!h Philadelphia j o i oro 00'--1 Ctvicigo 000 100 000--I E-None. RBI-Phllley. Zernial. Mele.Echinlr. 2B--Rodriguez ' : Cards Hold Top Spot In Boys Club Midget League; Giants Second The Lewis Brothers Cardinals continued to lead the Fayctttville I Boys Club Midget League thii week despite a narrow B-6 lost to the Tuck's Yankees last weekend. Mcllroy's Giants, al)io seeing ac -X .. _ mriT OAMI H«w«* tMr^ft ab r h Klzzuto, w 4 1 2! Berry, u Collli.i, ib 2 0 0 Halfleld. 3 b Ib 2 0 0 Mullin. It 3 0 1! Dropo. ih 3 0 1! Groth. cf 4 0 1 Mlpes. rf 3 1 li Ginsberg, r 4 1 HFediroff. Zb 4 0 2IHoefl. f 3 0 0 White, p ib r h 3 2 I I 4 2 2 1 5 1 2 4 1 1 ! 3 1 I 2 1 0 4 0 I 3 0 0 1 1 0 01 Braves Trim Pirates, 5-2 Boston - (JPt - Darkness halted the second game of a Pittsburgh- Boston twin-bill at the end of the 11th frame here yesterday with j the score still tied at 3-3. Vern I Bickford won his fifth straight! game in the opener, 5-2, The second game, which will be completed at a later date. waB deadlocked fr6m the seventh on as Walter Cooper blasted a two- run homer at that ppint; nnrr~« AMI , Bauer, Berra. c M«nlle. cl M D'aild. 3b Woodling. li Martin, 2b Reynold*, p ,, ,, ,, OBtrowiki. p 0 0 0 -Noren l 0 0; TQIlll 33 3 IQToliiU » U 2 7 ·-Filed out for'*tr*wsk[ in Ith New York .110100000--3 Dilrolt 012 030 llx--t E--B»u*r. RBI--Bluer. McDoucild. Mirtin, Cederoff, Httlfeld Mullen. 2B- 3. Glniheri-Mullin itfleld Mullln 2B~- Douflld. Groth; DP--Martin. Rixzulo ind Collinl; Hlrzuto. Mirtin ind Mizt Propo, Berry and Dropo 2.: Hitfield federol) and Drops. Lett--New York «. Detroit I. BE--Reynold! * :t f l n - nin»»; Oatrowikl 2 in 1; Hotlt 9 In 7 (none nut In Ith)-, White 1 in 2. Rt^s --Reynold! 7-7. Ctttrowikl 1-1, Hoell 3-3. Winner Hielt (Z-31. Loiei-Rey- noldl I12-«i. u--Grieve, Piuirelli Monochick and Robb T--2 50 OMII New York 300 000 00.1--f, 8 o Detr 01t 000 000 UOO--0 7 0 Hemus. sa Sch'd'jt. 2b Muslal. cf Sl'ghter, rf 1-owrey. If D Rice, c Johnion. 3b Sfsler. I b Clark, p Brecheen, p f-Glaviano Yuhu, p Brazle, p Totlli rt ah r h 4 0 0 . Furitlo. 5 0 4 Reese, a s 4 0 2! Shuba. If 4 0 0 ' i-Williami 4 II o; Pafko. 3b 3 1 2! Snider, cf 3 1 r Hodges. Ib 4 1 t Walker, c 1 0 0 Brldjpj. 2b 1 0 Gib-Robinson I 0 1 c-BUck 1 0 1'Rutherf'd. p 0 1 1 Rot p 0 0 0 1 d-Cox 0 0 0 Morgan, 2 b s o i l Cincinnati locked up the first J J ° j .came with an eight-run rally in o o o . ' h e fourth that sent Dave Koslo s o 2 to the showers. Lefty Harr· Per- 3 i ^| kowski went all the way in regis- 2 o ; j terine his.ninth win of the season. 0 0 j Clncinniti N*w T*rk ab r h! ab r h K'ah'rek. 3b 3 0 2'Jethroe, c[ 3 1 0 Groat, u S O 21 Login, sa 2 1 0 M'tk'ch. Ib 3 0 01 Crowe. Ib Fianer. p 1 0 n' Cooper, c Klnef. 11 3 1 II Gordon. If Bell, rf 3 0 OiSlitl. 3b Merapn. zb 4 0 fl'Dittmer. zb M'C'eugh. c 3 0 O'DanleU, rf DelC'co. cf 4 0 01 BIckford. p Hogue. p 1 0 0 Burdem, p B tir me. ib 2 1 1! Chicks, Gentry In Ozark Loop Game Tonight The Fayetteville Chicks play J 2; Gentry tonight at'the County Fair e 8 1 0 0 302 6TOU1I 28 5 7 35 4 12,Tol»l« o o o 0 0 0 j B'rk'ski. cf 1 0 0 ! Adams. 3b 2 0 0 Wllakp. r f J J 1 , KlVski. Ib I 0 0 : Adcock. 11 j Siminick. r 54 3 9 I p-aurmi. 2h M'M'lan. £S Pcrk'ski. p a-Struck out for Clark m 5th h-Inteniioniily pasaed for BridBes 111 6th. c-Fln for Robinson in 6th. 4-Sintled for Roe in 6th ·-Singled for Brecheen in 9th. f-Ran for H. Rice in 9th. ~ C-Ran for Shuba in 9Uv Bt. Louis 020010001--4, Brooklyn .. 001 101 000--3! Tolal£ E--None. FBI--Johnson 2.P*fko Hodges. Sisler. Cox Schoendienst 2B --Furillo. D. Rice. KR-.Johnson IJodgei. Bi.ler. S--Bridie'. Slau!Hlcr. | Walker. Hemua DP-Kurillo and ^-... .... i f ,'.*' te£'~ ? l: LouU l/ - Brook- I d-Ran for Irs lyn 11. BB-clirk 1. Brecheen 3. ~ i"TM '·*»· 3, Rutherford - -- i-iarr z. Brecneen 2, Roe 3 Humer- ford Z. HO- Clark C in 4' Innlnj,: ·recheen 2 In 4: Yuhu 1 in 2-3: BrazV 0 In 1-3; Roe · In «; Ruth.rford 6 m 3. R and ER-- Clark 2-2: Brccheen 1-1. Yuha. 0-0: Bnzle 0-0: Roe 3-3 Rutherford 1-1. Winner-- Brecheen tiu ll* er ~ R u t n e r forfl 2-2. U--Goelz. ab r h : ab r h 5 2 3 Wliams. ?b 4 H 1 5 1 I 1 Dark, ss 3 2 1 LbcknVn. Ib 5 0 2 1 4 1 0 Thomson. 3b S 1 1 4 1 2!Th'mps'n. cf * f i 3 1 li Elliott, rf 4 I 0 Rhodes. If 5 1 rvvars. c 5 1 1 Wtstrum. c Totl|l Pittsburgh 000 000 110--2 Boston 000 930 20x-- 5 E--McCulIough. RBI--Danjeia 2, -, Crowe 2. Gordon. Klner Groate 2V ? i Crowe. Dlttmer Cooper. Gordon HR "'--Daniels. Kiner. Sac. Groat. Stall. Logan. DP--Hogue. Groat * kovlrh: Logan. Dittmer and Left-- Pittsburgh t. Bolton 7. BB-Birkford 2. Burdetti 1, Hogur 4, Fisher 2.__SO--Blckfnrd 3,_Hogue I. fisher . ia-Rigney I Kennedy, p I b-Hofman lHe*rn. p 'c-Irvin t d-Lanier DP--Hog_ue. Croat »nd Met- 4 fi 0 2 1 0 n i) o i n o 000 in 8 t n f - Burdette fl in 2. Rt£R_ nlar* 1 o n Hogue 3-3, riiher 2-2. Bickford 2-2 * L ! o (, Burdette 0-0. HBP-Blckford IKosh-' "he Standings 1 0 0 ! orekl. Winner--Bickiord 17-HI. lour-n n n I "ogue (]-«). 'U--Plnelll. Enjelin Jor- 1 , i ; M *nd Bognesa. 7--2:01 . -- , u . « i e r HO--Hflfue 6 in 7(faced 3 battera ,, t Grounds with game time at 8-15 · o o o'clock. The Chicks will be light- i j j I ing to ftcy out of last place, a | position they vacated only last' Friday on the strength of a vie- tory over Gentry, at Gentry. Gentry, the second place team in the league, is only a half game ahead of third place Siloam I Springs and only a game ahead' of Tayetteville and Bentonvillp 1 currently tied for fourth. A Chirk ! victory tonight would erase Gen- j try's advantage over Fayetteville i and tighten the positions of t h e i second, third, fourth and fifth i i 3S 11 10 TetlU 0 1 1 34 4 S 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 -- 3 1 0 1 l-Hit in 4:h. in,o force pl.y for Wllheim i 4,11. 'o-Flied out for Kennedy in 7th c-Ran for Heern In alh. Pittsburgh t Boston Miln. Wllkj, Surkont. Jonei. Burdette." St. Claire. Burris. Prairie Grove Gentry Siloam Springs .ITV» ui.1 wnl w--J JI, 1 , O l l u d l l l OPrlURS 000 010 200 00-3 « 0 FavettpvlllV k. Trl.rH .,,,, r: ,-,.. ' 8 y « « V l l l e lnd ! Bcntonville .. 'Tontitown W . 15 11 11 10 10 10 H X ... .., E--Westrum. 1 homson 2, a^minick SO-- i RBI--Adcock. Westlake. Thomson Perkowski. Borkowskl 3. Seminick 3 Dark. Elliott. 2B--Adcork, Adrti 3E --Borkowikl. R--Borkowskl. Seminick. DP--Dark. Wtlilami and LOckman: Adams and Kluszswikl. Left-- Cincinnati 9. New YoYrk 9. BB-- Perkowski 6. Koslo 3. Wllhtlm 2. Ken npdy 3. SO--Perkowski 1. Koslo 1, Wilhelm 2, Kennedy 3. SO--Perkowski 1. Koslo I Whllhelm 1. Xemtdy V Hearn 1. HO--Koslo B in 3 1-3: Wilhelm 3 in 2-3: Kennedy. 0 In 3; Hearn 1 In 2 R and ER-- Perkowski. 4-4: KKosIo. The gun's rays falling on J u p i - ' t« «re calculated to have one 27th ' .Stmimcki wp_P,rkowski winner- th* intensity of those falling on I Irkow«ki' loser-- Koalo 17-41. u til* earth. --Gorman. Dnnatelll, Ballanfant and BaMIck. T--2:50. BASEBALL Fayetteville Chicks VS. Gentry Monday, July 28th, 8:15 Fairgrounds Park to* Sch««l and loyi Club M.mben Mmitttd FrM RICHARD GREER is A man who has given freely of his time and his talent to the Com- munity life of Fayetteville and Wash- ington County - and who is qualified for public office with character, . t · training, ability and experience. We Are For RICHARD GREER r*U pel. id. pild fer by friends of Rlchird B. Gr*r C.ndl- aiti f«r County Ju«|e. Jimf* H. Orl|»i, riy«lt(vlll«. H fl! O ··^ K MURItT QUAl Sore Signs of VICTORY! 1* Ike Murry Is the Best Qualified- Ike Murry has a record of 15 years of public Mrvice Unbl«mi,hed by any act which hat bnufet criticism. He has served six year, in tht Lttiilatujre, nix ye-ri M AwisUnt Attomy fenml. and four years as Attorney General, and i. qualified by thii experience to make Artonaaa OM of its greatest Governors. 1 Rival Candidates Fear MURRY- H is a good s\gn that all of the other candidates for Govtmor an not attackta* JtW Mferr This is evidence that Ike Murry command, the popular support of the people if ArtanaM Si. certainly the leading candidate. " ~~ ^ 3. Ike Is Genuine and Honest- No one has eve,- questioned the integrity and honesty of Ike Murry. The endorsement of th, people of his home town and county and the support he has always commanded at the pollj U evidence that the voters consider him an ideal man to serve as Chief Executive 4. Ike Murry- Your Next Govemor- in all walks of hfc and now leads the field and i. certain to be your next GovernoT 5. Ike Hurry's 14-Point Program- Only Dcfln*., P«iti». Prtftam, Hit ORIGINAL Prcfrtm li ·«- ' l 1. A It per cent ml In aJmlnlitntlve e i x t . 2. A Ta» Reduction Fund credited wltk u ernment costa. 3. A Fiscal Control Board conpoiel .f 7 Cnil!titl Oovernor '""'" "" ""'' "*" "» l »»«« T *· *' r«. b ,'Jv..u"""i""" b '^'""« lor 1U " »««»··«· «"H«r i^.i! IL "»,"' ! n urf n«""l o f f l o t r lelteltd b r Ike re- eJJSJ " Control BoirJ tnittaf of kr t». On. *' r.Ji'?'f ."""I'?" 1 !" " l " lel1 'T »h« re«r ( aiilit4 rixil Control Board Instead o( by the GorernM *' . Cn °» mP ,"i',°l! °' "" "'""·" Aidll inter lh 1151 Act. annual hlihw.j, a u d l K Ihereafler. 7. Beatorjllon to fuhllc School Fun« of the tax' reremei Uken from It by (he McMalh admlnlslritlen In 1M». '"· cl ".»» ·«" H«hwar ronitrncllon l IISI tat - I. '"»rllt e M M(n. .hick will wton InatloB ·( dtible tuatlan iKMaet kr U. .kick to Uriel .. Mttli UK... 10. »-"at ,» uu irn cu ui. ih.t h., ikf and Id. JUilnblr l Ike lark M to (*··». ·IfB»l X Halt irc»c!ii. 11. A ·.··. i.vtramenttl biK f.r Arkf*Ma' «e»- ».·.)« «r.»lh: k.oora.le. .naierleM.i mn uii "**·"' "* *«»I»I*M In toy 4 ^^^ e 1 M M , H * O d 12. Or«lit rf wellar. r.ll. f.r l»Hell.i M u to Uurtut iKnt. to 4ntrrU)f rnlpl.iili br r(lff rollt *f kut.ri-n. 11. A w.ltl.r perla4 befor. cleneiKT Htm Ubl tttttt. *· » to all.w (In. (tr .r.lrtt*. II. Itall .f Iw. term la O.Tam.r-. «fflw. to H HUbltit- M .7 C«HWtitl«Hl A TM Don't Talc* a Cliane«-Ifce Marry I* Ilie Candidate Wno W22I WtNl EVERYONE WANTS IKE MURRY for G O V E R N O R You're Welcome on the IKE MURRY Bandwagon- No Tickets Necessary-No BACK DOOR Afterwards. We've Got Victory in Our Hearts - Determination in Our Spirit X d A ·I e H

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