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Cards Rookie Blanks Cubs, 1-0, In Debut Chl«go-(*)-Stu Miller's iens»- · I tjtnil debut with the St. Louis Cirdinali retails the "good old liyi" when pitchers like Bill I fft'llahan, Dizzy and Paul Dean. Howie Pollet and Harry Brecheen Hied to pop out of the Card f a r m «ystem each fall. Houston, Columbus and Rochester usually were loied with lean, hungry, youns ' m «n who coiild throw a ball through * brick wall and lasso a eilf with their curve ball. Since the war, talent has comp " in dribs and drabs. More and more the Card managers have had to lean on the old standbys of o t h e r , c years. Fellows like Al Brazle and ' box ' [·Brecheen. N'ow comes Miller, a 24-year- I eld righthander with an 11-5 record at Columbus, to stand the Chi ·cago Cubs on their ears with a si:: hit shutout, 1-0. Hal Rice's first-inning single scored Red Schoendienst with the I game's only run and gave Bob J Rush his l l t h loss and second I airtight 1-0 defeat. Tucked away in a corner of some papers Tuesday niglit was mother story that may have I important bearing on the Cards' drive to narrow Brooklyn's lead. Harvey Haddix. a highly touted lefthanded pitcher, was discharged from the Army yesterday to rejoin the Cards immedi- ifely. Haddix just helped pitch his Ft. Dix team into the national |'semi-pro tournament. In 1950 he hid an 18-6 record for Columbus. It's not likely, but it could be thit Miller and Haddix may make "the Cards a real threat to the Dodgers in the six weeks to come. The line score: AMERICAN LEAGUE RACE Boudreau Feels Red Sox, Yanks, Tribe To Figure In Fast Finish St. Louis : -- 100 000 000--1 10 0 Chicago 000 000.000--0 « 0 Miller (WP) and Rice: Hush (LP), Leonard and Atwell. A's Clip Red Sox ln13fh,4To3 . BoEton-l/P)-Billy H i t c h p o r k singled in Gus Zernial with the v.-in- ninj run last night to give the Philadelphia Athletics' r i s h t h a n d - fi Carl Scheib a I G - i n n i n g 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Clyde Vollmer belted a two-run homer in the eighth lo put the Red Sox into a 3-3 deadlock. uiM*ini. HIWAOILPI By GAYI.E TALBOT New York-(,Ti-The American Jague. in the opinion of M a n a g e r B o u d i e a u of the Boslon Red prob;ib!y is heading for a wing-dins of a f i n i s h , and he seems to feel t h a t his club lias about as good a shot at first prize as either t h e New York Yankees or the Cleveland Indians. The former .·.l-.ortftopping great has fooled Vm all t h i s summer hy keeping his colorful m i x t u r p of raw rookies and f a d i n g veterans right up in t h e race. He is stubborn in his belief t h a t , given Boys Clubbers, Prairie Grove In Twin-Bill Thp J - a y e t l e v i l l e Bo-.s Club's j .Midget League All-Star team and couple or three bieaks f r o m ' h e r e ' l~ " i . or d u b p l a y a d TM»le-header : ' -" He has on. they can \\ in it all figured it down p r e t t y f i n e . "We play our last six earner, al home, three a g a i n s t the Y a n k s and three against Washington, and t h a t ' s w h a t I'm b a n k i n g on." Lou said on his last visit herp. "Those games could be t h e pay-o!f for us, especially if v/e get some pitching help from Ellis Kinder. "We'll be in better shape down the stretch when J u n i o r Stephens comes back to play short in about a week. We can us? t h a t long ball of his al home. HP'S been out a lontb. ever since h« collided u-ith VmVAOILPHU I *" · b r h ab r h Jonat. 11 S O I'Goodmjjn. 2b 6 0 (i »'tln. Ib 3 0 0 ThMi'b'ry. rf I 2 3 M1UW. tf « 0 0 Vollmer It i 1 2 Ztrnfil. a i l l Kill. 3b 1 0 1 Vtlp, .rt 4 1 O'Evera. cf * o 1 Mtchii!i. 2b 6 1 2 Gcrntr'.. Ib 0 2 Dick Kryho.«ki of the Browns." Arkcd which he feared the most. the I n d i a n s or t h e Yankees, Lou 1 rome d i f f i c u l t y making up mind. I guess you've sot to say t h e Yanks." he finally d e c i d e d . They've got |iie depth, all those good youne fellows on the bench. and Stengel keeps shifting them around to get the best from them. Those veterans of his f i g u r e to stretch, too. A lot m i g h t ' depend upon whether Eddie Li bsck as a regular start --even if 1-r- r,nH- com»s hack for the m o n t h of SentPtnber it will give them a boost." M i d a y n i g h t at the County Fair Grounds a g a i n s t teams Prairie Grove. First game in the twin-attraction pits i h e .Midget stars against Prairie Grove's junior team at 7 p. m. The second tilt, slated to ISPORTS SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyetteville, Arkaniat, ] ] Wednouiay, August 13, 195} Gentry, Chambers And Smith ! Win Races In State Primary I't'nH-^in k iv*!f M l a y Ihp hca'.pd i unof f i;,* j g e n e r a l f r o m C l i o Fi ' · · - n i l h "Little World Series" Opens Today With Yanks Vs. Giants IVT-m r . p n ' i v o f t G p n t r y h vhPriulprl 'o »·!· mp!r!pil .1 j i o l i t i ' - . i l ; I k p M'.irry. u h - i WM P l u n r !»· w.:mnir j i"- .1 r.ii' l i d s ' * for gr.. rr:nr u 'or :!','ni M P V f i r : 1 p r i m a r y , t o n of 1 ' · ) · [ r n a n i h p i - , ' \ i r - t n M * f.l'r '' ·· r n HIP r.B'-o:!.,! ,,,·.,·.·,, "pp ·· , dp . M i s . J.i. k l ' i r f, of l ·, v/1pr.. 4.9MI. 1*n!h district; 3J o! 91 buxes: r F. AT?- .1.037; Bob Bailey, Jr.. .1,114. I i : h district: poiilion no. 2: 13« "f rr, r,oxps: W. E. Armitrong V . i i T ; Q. n. Hurt! 9,875. I 2 ' n d i i f r i r ! : SO o' «7 boxes: r ' i - y d Bry»n 4,l«; Dr. E. J. Byrd ' dr, rm.i Oforse Alexander hurled the* Yankees into the "Little W o r l d ! Srries" this week, pitching h i s : team to a (3-5 \ictory over t h e . Cardinals. The Yanks and Cards went into the game tied for sec-' w i t h j HP Thp only o t h P r 1 A o M,i1i'v. ;,-lp i - n - i ^ p s - t * on ; h p [i.-i.il iVinoiTa'ir I ' K i n . i r y . b a l l o t U P I P s j l t l e d |,y r u - n Urgfr n i H p . . i : : i f 5 . T f i u l Chambers, i l e l p n a h u M - u c - M n a n , defeated Noble G i l ! o! H l y t j i p v i l l e for I.)ppiorr^np ! ' M i ' n .1) fommitteeman lo MU:: rp.-l | . . H H. Robins of Caimie.'l. v. ,:o i l i d l i n f f i n S m i t h o f L U M P li'ii-k u , . iiM.t.in.-tleH for a l i i i r . - l p i ^ h t - ; . r . i r !p;in as" ch:pf .niFlicp n f ;hp A r k s n i S u p i p - n e Coin: n \ p r t t i p op- I ' o M l i u n of N P i l l Hcpd of H c b e r 1 from °nd place in the Fayetteville Boys Club Midget League. Already in the "Series" as a result of first place honors in t h f league, the Giants rested up t h i s week for the opening game t h i s Boys Club WeeklyCard start at about 8:30, matches the afternoon, first in a best three-of- five series. Kirby Eslcs shared honors w i t h Bnys Ciuh .seniors against the pot e n t Prairie drove Lions. The first S^me is scheduled for five innings i Alexander in the Yanks' w i n n i n g and t h e second for seven. I effort aRainst the Card?. Estes The All-Stars boast a food h i t - ! singled home the w i n n i n g run in the sixth a f t e r the Cards had tied the f o u n t to send the game into extra innings.. tins; and sharp f i e l d i n g team t h a t has tasted defeat only twice thii season while meeting good teams from Fort Ciarksvillc Smith, Van and Prairie Buren, Grove. One of the defeats came at the hands of Prairie Grove, which has a good team of youngsters. The Boys Cluh seniors h a l e several Fayetteville HiKh students whose activities have made them . The "Little World Series 1 ' the top two teams in the pits C l u b league, bolstered by a majority of the players from the olhi three teams in the loop. Playing dates for the series are Wednesday, August 1.1, Saturday. August. 16, Monday, Aucust 18, prominent in other sports. The! Wednesday, August 20 and r'ri- team is a well-rounded one that I day. A u g u s t 22. All games will f i n i s h e d second to Wesley in the | start at 1 :3n at the County Fair Aug. 13--"Liltle World Series" I G i a n t s vr.. '.'ankf-iv. a? thp the Fair Ground.": at 1:30 p.m. j Aug. 14--KPractieet Aug. 15--Midget League A l l - S t a r s ! vs. Prairi" Grove at 7 . 0 i i ! and Seniors vs. Prairiei Grove at R:3l. nt Fair Gi-.-iunrtr. i Aug. 16--"Little World Si'riP'." ; G i a n t s \s. Y; Fair Grounds p.m. i t ' n o f f i n d l r r i u r n s from most of f the ^,289 hoxp* in thp s l a t e at j l:'!) a. m., today sho'.vpd lhe.*e r e I s u i t s : | A t t o r n p y g e n n a l . 2,015 boAes: Rjirtr.n I32.D9I). i ( i p n t r y IGO.OftR. N a t i o n a l c n n i n i i l t e e i n i i n , 1.001 * · · ) ' i l i i p r urp. 1 . - f i n u i t J M is- T'ur': '!:·" · ·. I V nf I I S b o \ p t : A i v ' r r v r , ! u l . - i - 1" - 'ind, W. W T!:.-nii'.'.n '. 4i":. I H A M K I . I . O H S Fir r .t f i : M f v . f ) n ; F:r.^ f i : j t r u " . I ! I "f IS-, hoi,..: !!,,·:·,..*· Par: .r.:: .'-.BOli. M u r r a y Pi-i-d I - ' . 4 I i. F i r s t d i v u i : i : i . S . x i n d l - : n r t : '11?. of :'7.1 hoH" : W e r i c v Htw.-ird 1', ."I: A . p. S-IT! in.-:::-. F i i r l i t l i il r t r i r ! - l!i:: , ' :M« m\f: P. S. (.'uni]n;fji-!ani ll.!i:iu; fM-;,n p. N i n t h d!;.!n. · I I.". Boh B a i l p v 'i.l.'O't, t i i terson Hl.754 ,:'. I 18 h .ije c. ·'· 30 of 3» boxes: ,V.,.r,» JP...-PII 2.33S; Marshall i.-.;cklpr.Trt, J r , 7,10ft. I I ;: d . M r V - i 104 nf H I boxes: i II Jinn 8.H77. .t. I. Purtie 4,»0j. I7'.-| di-,;r:f: R i of 10J boiw: ' _ ' . ' , ' !!···-( 3.17J; Torn Login I"' 1 : T:'Tnr!: f.n of 131 boxes: ". i'.np.-iey 4.S47; Y. M. Mack l":h ' l : ? t r , r t : H2 of 120 boxes: . f.. r",f.rhfr 3.773: J. T. G u n t » r ^ i ' ! ] d : - - i r : c ' - 34 nf 34 bnxpc !·-.;,.· R f K l l c y 4.507; M a r v i n .Vlel- " ·'···'·· : '-' a · S i n d:i!r:r': ,19 of ? boxtfi r.. bell 4,107; L. L. Hodgsn "'''a di'tnc!: B!) of 95 boxen - P. B j f e c r , Jr, 7,736; 0. S. .irncs 4.6B7. I'.ii-i A bo xes: I'lismbert 174,SH2. I J i l l 98,201). C n i P f l u i t i p p . L',009 boxes: Heed it.Vfl.i'j. S m i t h I80.277. B o t h G p n t r y a n d C h a m b e r s l e d ! f r u r - m . i n f i e l d s hy large p l u r a l l - : ,i'\in in the J u l y ?!) p r e f e r e n t i a l 1:30 : p r i m a r y , but n P l t h p r had a clear ' m a j o r i t y t h p n a l t h o u g h Chambers _ : narrowly missed. Smith and fleed Bog ores are secondary ores, were the only contenders In the produced nv ." lution of prc-cxistinp iron prals. at ATTORNF.V I N l l l l h f l i s t r i p , : li.S n( I ? f 4 h u x f h : ; W i n f r p r t l . j k p . l . l f i l ; H. f T h o m a s ; l«!h d l H l r i r l : ,'.0 of 65 |.d\f!: ! W. J. Heherl J.lfili, H. A T:«-k(!r 4,003. STATE SENATORS I Third d ^ t r l c l - OS nf PI lvi\f, : ' \v. \V. Ilran 1,899; .'.RKO. Fourth d i s t n r t 44 of :,n J. K. G a r n e r 5.028; Hoy 4,889. F i f t h t l l j l r i i - t : I I ! ) o f 1JO holp bos bi il. i p t h a n 20,000 fct drilled in search CHICK SPECIAL S m i t h rnn mln- uMiceship race, and their names ppeared on the ballot for the vst lime yesterday. S.im Ford Chism Rred 5.9P.1. S e v e n t h rtistriH: Rf of 80 boxes; Dr. F. C. Crnw .'i.e.'iS, T .1. Silver ' MtAVT MIXED ARKANSAS BroiUr HotehMy f. o. mm m ir f a s t - p l a y i n g Washington County Baseball League. The attraction is being sta;ed. i o u n d s diamond. i^ni. iiriienri , .opat comes f.'; c '? 1 "- ll " s ., to J l m n ' a pr fo-.- them L l " b P';«'den| for thp J tehc'k, 3b S I 2 white, tteth. c kKilb. · Bitd ... . Aittoth. c 0 3 Upon, it 5 0 1 Trout, b Benton, p Tot.U W 1! Tol.l. 1 0 0 5 0 0 4 0 I 1 0 0 47 3 10 E tlldilphla 000 ; sum- Ml 00 003 000 1--4 00 OM 000 0--3 ----TM,,..,, Joan. n»t--Ktn: voii- Bi«r ?, 'MlchMU. Hltchcoik 1, Sclieib. :'B_Kell Thron«berr.v. Ztrnlil. HR-Vollmer. SB--M'chaeu. S--Vilo. Lell '-Philadelphlt 10 Boston 7 BE-Trout (. Schtib 2. SO--Trnnt .1. Bpn- ton 1 Scheib 5. HO--Trout 9 in I I : Btnlon 3 in 2. R ER--Scheib 3-3: Trout 3-1; Senton 1-1. Winner-- Bchilb (7-4). Loier--Ben'.on 12-11. Then, be s a i d , t h e f i m p l e t r u t h t h a t you fcsr t:ie Yanks more t h a n you dn Cleveland. W h a t is thi-^ unholy pnell 1b?it t h e Yanks sep.m to cast over their opponents year a f t e r year anyway? No wait." Boudreau remonstrated. "I don't mean lo say t h a t they've got any better chance of bcatine us out t h a n the I n d i a n s have. I'm afraid of t h a t Cleveland bunch, too. A club t h a t lias the kind of nitcbiut: they have, voli've Jj f\ sot to resnpct them, rvpn if T5obby | -·- ^ Feller isn't having such a good e purpose of j p e t t i n g t h e public acquainted w i t h the Boys Cluh's baseball program. Members of t h e Midget All-Stars put tickets for t h e (rames on sale on the square yesterday and tickets will continue to be available from members of the club, and from Walker, at the Arkansas Western Gas Company. Brownies Use Dyck's Homers Porker Sports Story Carried In New Booklet How They Stand By The Associated Press year. "As a t e a m , maybe ! f e a r th Yankees a l i t t l e more. What I fee about the Indians is that the they mis' 1 ! he strong enough to sncsk In. While we're finishing up against the Yankees and Wash incton and Philadelphia, they're going to five them a big advantage." Pet.! AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Mew York 65 46 Cleveland 62 48 Boston 57 49 Washington .._ .. 58 52 Philadelphia ... . . 5 5 51 Chicago ... 53 S5 91. Louis _ _ _ 4R 65 Detroit' .. ," 74 Tuesday's Remlla St. Louis 3, Chicago 2, 11 hings. Philadelphit 4. Boston 3 (night.) 13 innings. Washington a t N e w Y o r k (night) postponed, rain. Detroit at Cleveland, postponed, rsin. So there you have t h e real in-'de on the American League race, s t r a i g h t from a man who knows as m u c h about it as anyone. If Li .5SGi appears to leave a few questions .564 j "^answered, it is not because he .533 ' rt° e * n0 ' wi:'' 1 In he helnfill. He .5^7 j becomes m u r h more exolicit when . 5 1 9 ' y o u ask him about his rookie .513 catcher. Sam W h j f p . .425 i "He's the. rookie of Hie year .333 in- NATIONAL LEAGUE W I, Brooklyn 71 33 Kfw York 62 42 Louis fi4 48 Philadelphia "" 57 Chicago 55 54 Boston _ · 4« 6f Cincinnati ... 47 64 Pittsburgh 32 82 Tuejdij-'a Results St. Louis 1, Chicago 0. New York at Brooklyn, poned, rain. . Boston at Philadelphia, Ponert, rain. Only games scheduled. Pet. .b'83 .596 : .571 ' .5281 .505 .434 | .4:3! .281 · by so far it isn't e^'en close." Lou enthused. "The kid is w o n d e r f u l . He's caught at least three-quarters of our games. Maybe sevcn-eichths of them. He hits Ihe lone ball and bas a great arm. 1 would say t h a t he's a better cather at this stace than Jim Heqan was when HP broke in w i t h Cleveland. T t h i n k I can q u a l i f y as a judce. berausp I was manacine t h e I n d i a n s when ' Jim came up." St. Louis - lf\ . Jim Dyck's two home rujis, one in the eighth and one in the l l t h , jave'the St. Louie Browns a 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox here j-pster- rtay afternoon. The circuit' blows were numbers 12 and 13 for the young t h i r d baseman. Gene Beardeii, in going all the way for the Browns, allowed just fi'-e hits. He had a worthy pitch- Ing opponent in Chuck Stobbs, who also permitted five safeties in the 10 frames he worked. Luis Aloma, who took over the Pale Hose pitching assignment in the 10th w i t h one out. surrendered to a p i n c h - h i t t e r in the l l t h and i Harry Dorish took over ins! in lime to t a k e credit for the defeat. The line score: :hicago 000 002 000 00 - 2 5 1 St. Louis 000' 001 010 01 -- 3 8 1 Stobbs. Aloma, Dorish (LP) and Lollar; Bearden (WP) and Moss. "The 1952 University of A r k a n - sas All-Sports Book'let," containing 96 pa;vs de'Hterl to inform*- I lion concerning the Razorback | athletic scene--past, present and future--came off the presses this week and was being distributed today. It is the biggest and most complete ever compiled. j j Edited b«' Bob Cheyne. publicity j director of the Arkansas athletic · department, the book will be plac- ! ed on news stands throughout the · state in addition to the regular'! distribution to press and r a d i o ' sports directors. j Included in the booklet, printed j on slick paper and f e a t u r i n g a ; variel}' of action and i n d i v i d u a l ! pictures are such interesting de- ·^ Good for afl cars, but... BestforSoutoflO all year'round Esso Extra Gasoline partments as a preview of this ' year's games; information of i n - J d i u d u a l players; all-time football scores and basketball scores; and sections on all varsity sports. Bearden Leads P i t c h e r s -- A t Plate, That Is SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Xew Yoik-'/F'-Gene Bearden of p o s t - I |he St. Louis Brov.-ns. a .202 life- j l i i r . e b a t t e r up to t h i s 1-p.aion. post- j lu.s blossorneo out as I h e major I leagues' heft h i t t i n g pilchpr. Bearden. a l e f t h a n r l e d b a t t e r has collected 17 hits in 43 limp ., L A "anta 70 54 Chattanooga 66 55 f e w Orlean* 66 58 Mobile _ G2 60 Memphis 62 K3 Ksshvllle 56 65 Little Rock _.. 67 68 Birmingham 54 71 Kansas City Open Begins On Thursday Kansas City - (/Pi - Three former champions and Julius Boros. icd hot iron man from Mid Pines. N. Y.. w i l l he among t h e better known swingers in competition for the K: j .nf.;:£ City open golf tournament t i t l e starting Thursday. The S15.000 tournament, a P! G. A. sanctioned affair, goes four da.\s on the 6.203-yard par-72 Milburn Country Club course. T?,oro5, who beat Cary Middle- c - o f f , in George May's "Worlds" j I c'h.inipionship m a t c h in a playoff I I M n n d a v a f t e r r a p t u r i n g the U. S. | npcn t i t l e , will be favored here! Jacobs Takes Medal In U.S. Junior Golf .T. bat for a r e m a r k a b l e .31)5 aver- ' ?Jmi!; w " h h '£ J i m f'errirr, Lloyd ^ P f l . M a i i f r n i m a n d M i f l d i p c o f f . ; a ; Kcrrier u o n ihe K. C. open in ·inch-hitler t h i s vpar. h a d m a d ' 1 I S I S *£'· age. The 30-year-old h u r l e r · ? J s i f r e n u e n l l y by St. I.nui 1J »* year, h a d m a d ? ' "'",'only 41 safeties' in 20.! t r i e s ·jH through in.il. Genp is in his f i f t h 1 ?! * major league spa.vm and f i r s t I · 4 ?' i · with the Brown:. ·TM! Johnny Sain. Mew York Y a n - j I kpes 1 veteran moumi.-.mrtii. is t h p j | o n l y oilier p i t c h r r close lo the .300 m " j i n . - ) r k . B a t t i n g fron t h « r i g h t SKIP | OT thp plate. S.iin s h o \ - s a .2K3 · i average v i t h 15 b.-'f-p h i t s in S3 "' I trips to thf pint". Anvms his hil:- are four riouhlp-, one t r i p l e and one homer. i Bob Rush of thp Cbn.^Ko rubs is t,he top N'aiioinl Lertgnp hi p i i r h e r at .273. The South Bend, Ind.. f a s t b j l l p r . has !R hlnsles in 6li tunes at bat. Figures i n c l u d e TiiCMla.-'s games eo.it A m e r i c a n s 1 Behind Bearden a n d Sain in t h e billion dollars for medical j American League, rnriet Wash, ·nd ibout o n e - f o u r t h , ington's Frank -Shta w,!h a 2SO M a n g r u m won the f o l l o w i n g ,._ year and Middiecoff look the t i t l e j Commerce,"i last .Septfmber. under 18. included. Eugene. Ore.-(/Pi-Tnm Jacobs, Mpntebello, Calif., nosed out Don Bisplinfchoff. Orlando, Da., for medalist honors today, e n a b l i n g California to tie Florida for the team championship at the a n n u a l Jaycee National Junior Golf tournament. The f o u r - m a n teams wound up w i t h identical scores of 610. They will play off tomorrow as 72 hole:.of play begins for the i n d i v i d u a l championship at t h e Eugene C o u n try Club. Jacobs had a 74 for today's round and a total of H2 for the two days of qualifying. Bispling- hoff had a 72 for a total of 14.1. The 6800-yard course has a p a r | of 37-35--72. j T h a t stamped these t w o a f a v o r i t e s f o r t h e t o u r n a m e n t , f o r no one else could equal par. T h e i r closest competitors were 5ix ! strokes behind. I The f i e l d was cut. frnm 1 10 to ; lofl for the next f o u r ds\T of ; play. 18 h^K: " d;iy. It took a i score'of 167 or Inv.'r-r to r j u - i l i f y | for t h e team p l a y o f f tomorrow, t The t o u r n a m e n t , sponsored hy j the National Junior Chamber of ; limited to players Many motorist* believe that all good faao- linck are generally pretty much alike. But here are the f a c i a a« proved by Induitry- acceplcd road and laboratory testa! F.nso K»tra Jives you * remarkable com- Mnatlon of ]ualltlca that will improve the all-year, all-around performance of 9 out of 10 cara on the road. We believe a trial will prove to you Eaao Eitra dellvern re«iilt» no other gasoline can -- In full power, long mileage, high antiknock, quick starting, f»»t engine wirm-up, and protection against vapor-toe* lulling. And while you're at your EMO FValer'a, ·here's certainly no hotter time to let him give your car i complete lubrication md careful check-up for th* hot weather driving you'll be doing. * EIIK R«tf» Giiallnt il Jood lor ALL an, but In 9 out ol 10 II will Jive btlter ill-iroimd ptrformtnet all y«f 'rnimil thin ·ny other ii-olint. Only a car with in tn(int ihn'i poorly iTjiilted, bidly worn, or out with unufuil eom0re»inn chir- ·etcrittiei miy b* unihlt to uic fqlly tht m§ny extra quiluiw ol thii (nut Itsolint. S»« your nearby tno DciTcr mdjy I tWMt*t*w*H« touring MTV)**. Todoy's Market-- £sso AtlinU 7, Memphis 6, 11 "ings. Mobil* 10, Chattanooga 3. Little Rock 9, B i r m i n g h a m K 1 Innings. N«w Orleans 12, N a s h v i l h .1 Pirf oTtodicil Bills fiidForByU,S, SI. T.nuls t . i v r M f t r k N a t i o n a l Stockyards. 111. - l^i P M 1 A | - [logs fi.'iOO; open llnw; l a t e r m u r t r r i l r l y a c t i v e ; harrows a n H cil's 50 to 75 lowpr t h a n Turf.- a v p i a g e i ' s o w s 1 0 0 to l.so Scorers Davis Love, Jr., El Dorad 83-86--IfiR. Robert W a l d r o n , El Dorado. I Ark.. 85-84--1113. ! Merle. JOIHS. North L i t t l e Itork I Ark., 78-86-164. | John C l a r k , N o r t h I . i t l l e R'i-k. ' A r k . . S6-86--172. i i i ' r B l '" wrr; b " lk r n n i r p 1HC-230 Ihs lin- 1'tsplp (Ci l.nrl ' sr1 ' l(1 ' 1 f n r P raf| « 22.25-22.50; top to I I ' "' the bill was paid hy «o\'ern JJJW- Thi« tjtlmate was reported J^'V to members «f the Presi- »«lts' Commijslon en the Health N Mi «| th* Nitian. Membtr« of i pintl which held lucuufoni recently on medical '"lIltlM rtpertttl tht government (ncludt cir* for mem- military nervlces and . n.itP. 1 , a r e one of thp m a i n crops I of Iraq, in a d d i t i o n to being a 'I lor a largp part of t h e population, d u t e s are a p r i n r i p a pai'kors 22.2i: 2)0-270 Ihs 21/23- i 'T^ft crop. | 22 10; few 270-300 lor, 2n.SO-21.J5; | ~~ --' " . ~ ' 1 1 5 0 - 1 7 0 ibs 19.25-20.75 w i t h ISO | u t i l i t y a n d commernal bulls. IR.no. l i b s largely around 21.75; 12'1-MO ! J.i.dfl: rar.ncr snrj ra'.ur b'ii!» 15. Ibs 16.75-18 SO; sows 400 Ibs down j 00-17.00; Rood and 'choice veilers 17.50-13.00; fow 13.25; heaM«r 26.00-31 «B; j o r t o d prime to .1S.«l, ESSO S T A N D A R D OIL COMPANY r L i A 11 innrk The r o t u n d ex-Yankee has nw s IS SO-17 25; stags 13.50-15.50; · ' hoars 11.50-15.00. - Cattle. 2,300. cilvw JOO; opening cinnjlt Reds and Pittsburgh's irooderately «ctive on a few loids 12 hits In 48 at. bits. Herman Wehmeirr of the Cln u t i l i t y ind commercial \ealers 19.00-25.00. Sheep 1,100, receipts moitlj trucked In spring limbs, few ewes , - , , M u r r y Dickscon are giving Riiih,"' slecrs at steady prlcet; good to I md yearlings;' opened a b o u t a bflttle fnr Nilinnj; League choice 28.Ji-31.00 including i ,(e»dy to most interests: choice honors. ; two loads high rnmmrrcul wen- and prime spring lambs 2900-30. Wfhmeier, it .!7.1, has made l . V f r n it 28,25: u l l l l t y and low com- ftfl; good an'l choirs lots Urgclv , - ....... v ....,,,,., _____ ,,, ..,. h i u m 4 « «Ppe«r»nceit and Dick-| merciil 23.00-25.00; few C ow» 26.00-29.00; u t i l i t y and good tri.de "leral contrlbutlnnii to m a t e a n d l ' o r i wlio ha» compiled niorp hits, f l p a d y : u t i l i t y and commercial 17.- IIHIlh programi. Locll l n d | 2 ' . t h a n any other major Inuue 00-21.00; canners and cutters H, *· Hy»MM *1M in iMludtd [flinger, U at tht .269 mirk. \ 00-17.00, bulls ind vtdlers iteidy; . 20.fifl-2S.00; n a t i v e feeding lambs 17.00-1!) I*)- cull to good r»ps « . ' 50-6 50 HATFIELD'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER Corner Colleg* and Phone 1086 71 end 62 Highwayi now byptM my iratmn. I would apprtcjott your p«»r*nof«. SURLE ESSO STATION Comer School ond Mountain Phono 12 WALL STREET ESSO STATION Corntr O«Trnm«nt and Wall Ditmi Idl SEE KLIA f l N C H E R AND L. L. WINKLE F01I COMPLETI iERVICE riFTEEN HOUR! A OAT IfT US POLISH AND WAX YOUR CAR AT 313 WIST OICKSON SPYRES ESSO SERVICE

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