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Insuring Educational Value In Sports Aim OfNCA Code (TU* I* the Meal* In « aertei ·I artiae. efaeenlM tke ''revis- 04 tlhMIe pelky" .f |h, North C«»l*»l AM**|*I|«I *f Collages t*i SeeMMbijr School* which gee* ill* effect September l, Md to exp**tc4 |* have a MI. lew IqflnaJiM up** |b« Unlver- *ltr-'« atMeti* illtutlH.) »I ALLAN GILJE1T, J* To UPd.*r«t»ni fully the. Unl versjty of Arkansas' position rel ative te the athletic cod* of 'th North, Centra Association which intp effect neift week it i necessary to know both the regu lation? Mint govern Arkansas ii the gouth.wes,t Conference and thus.* nf the JJCA. The two have different apjeqllves and are al most totally'incompatible. (Ark aqsas js the only SWC school belonging t» the NCA.) Tl\e time fer Decision by th University cpneernirig the manner In wdjch it will attempt to cqmpremise thes* divergent sets of regulations fortunately -js some months removed from the date that the NCA cod* becomes effecr «ve, "'· Tttii is -made possible by the final clause in. the "criteria 1 adopted by the accrediting agency which states ". . . that niemper institutions w i t h commitments made prior to th»t date (Sept. 1) will be permitted to fulfill such obligations." (This covers current ath.lltip scholarship obligations'.) That clause exempts the University fjgm .being in violation'of tile code,, in several instances, for si least the duration of the coming school year, These exemptions do not conclude in a year's time, li|t become progressively smaller over tjie four-year period covered by scholarships, Certain other of the "criteria 1 can bo easily adopted, thus clearing the University's position (or th* present time, but it only postpones' the issue. T1(HR HOP! MUT Before outlining the actual regr Illations, of the NCA and the conflicting regulations of the Soqth- west Conference, tinder which the University is currently operating, it might be wipe to consider th« basis upon which the NCA btiilt its new athletic ood.e. 'Winding M. Patt(llo, associate f*or«t*Fy of the NCA's Cotnmls- iiorj'on Calleges and Universities, in an interpretation of the revised, policy, pointed out that the preservation of the educational worth *f intercollegiate athl.tics is the primary concern of th* new code. He summarizes a list of assumptions included in the code by the NCA as follows: .''Thes* assumptions say, in effect,' that colleges and universities ·xi|t "for educational purposes: that tljt athletic program should contribute to these education..' purposes; and that athletics con- ·JUeted far public entertainment or publicity' or moMyrmsking is subv*rslv* te th* true interests of higher ed««a,tjon," ^lewhouser Hurls Tigers Split With Tribe, 3-9, 4-1 To It is intircating further to note two pf the above mentione* "a«- !'(S.j The in*ln*r wh,ich nn jn- Detroit -(«)- Th* Cleveland In^« iani and th* Detroit Tigers each j aintd a victory yesterday in · j twi-night double-twader. Th* In- | dians won th* first game, 1-3, and stood in good position t ain ground in th* Amirjcan L*agu* far first place. But Detroit rebounded to win the nightcap, 4-1. Hal Nowhouicir, making a belated return .to, form, hurled the Tigers t* their win, spacing eight hit in his one-run effort. The lone snore was the result of Al Roa«n's first inning hum* run. Rot*n hit four singles in the first gam*, driving in four runs, tp pace the Tribe to its victory. Early Wynn gained the win. ci*v*t*M t Mmn l rant «AMI b*at iWe evid»n«a of the val- . A college or univ tlty 'will live flhaneial «MP(Wrt te programs and activities in prepor- ton to th* irflBqrtance it attaches to them. A first-rate educational institution will in 'the very nature of things devote as much of its income as possible to functions bring a high »duc|tional return. This appliw to. all Bt 1 ^ 6 * e ' °B* r " »tion, not alon.* to athletics." "(6.) When th* winning of contests ptr *· boconws the m,ajoi emphasis of a athletic program, thii results almost inevitably in practices that are detrimental to the moral ton* and educational seriousness of purpose of the institution. TWS «mpti»?'» can have such far-reaching consequences, sometimM penetrating to th. v«ry core of institutional integrity, that the existence of an unsatisfactory athletic situation in an institution will be regarded as a serious enough weakness to justify the denial'ef accreditation." · O«by.' cf Kalttr. Ib giynn. Ib ab r h ab r h IF 4 1 2!Oroth. ol s o t rf 1 1 OPuky. u. °b 3 2 1 ' - - · · - * - - · - , J | Michaels Bats A's Past Red SOK ( M Philadelphia-yP)-Cass Michaels' bases-loaded double in the eighth inning yesterday gave th* Philadelphia AtJil*tics a «-4 victory ovar the thirij-place Boston Red Sax. The fpiirth-place A's crept to within three and a half games of th* Boston team on tht strength of their win. Dick Gernert and Del Wilbur homered ?Pr' the ]psers. Th* second gW of th* scheduled double-header was postponed because of wet grounds. StSm* ***** 8I *" Sore ArfliStidReisonNL Waived Blaokwet N«w York th* sev«n The myt'.oiy » NORTHWUT AWANtAt TIMES, feyitftvlll. Friday, Auguit Iff, 1tS2 BISET BY ADVERSITY Giants'Spark Out, Say Writers Will Be Lucky To Finish Second Hatfiem. a 3 1 Olpropo, ib 4 t O'Delitnf. I' 1 · lito'enack. rl r, i 4iBmitnri. c rf. II 4 1 1'Odtrolf. Ib Th'bcrry. Oocdman. . rl . Ib 1 I O'Joojt. 1 llluiltr, · i ' y^te:".. f ! 5!ft!",''m , it . ("iriiy. . ·' I 0 0 0 r h 3 « 1 » S . 2 9 I 4 0 e White, i WJihtT. _ l.epclo, 3b 1 1 , 3 0 I eTJIoraaa , . o '·'£?"· " * ° 1'Hooiwr. · " i M^'mott, » a 1 HMurhy. t j J J j B e n t o n . * I « I Nx Total! ?T » t o o 31 3 I r. -- Singled for r»d*reff in S'h. b-- Poptied for Wight In i'h. Clert'and ... ............ 2»5 00(1 200--1 Dfreit ... t.00 MB 20«-- 3 E-- tilynn. KBI-- Itoiin 4,. K«ter 2, W««tlak- 2. Menn. Orooo. HaKI-ld . . . HR -- Hat««l«V S -- f«««rol(. DF-- S!rictv!and. Avila and G) r nn; Pesky. Ferieroff a.nd rjiiAna; Snticpftck. OrMjo ynd Pesky: Prtky anil Orepci. Left- Cleveland 5. Detroit I M-- 'Vytin 7. Gri-- 3. 'W|«al 1. Sr--.' . . Sr--.-Wyri . HO^tJrd" I in Ji' n lnnl«:i P' in Mj; White 2 In 1. ft fc . n 5. Wirht bt . Wynn 1 ,nj S^Gray » an* 7: Wl'.hl ·* pnd ? w-- Wynn (17,131. Lr-rtray 111-141 U-- P^iTftl'-. «·»%. GrUve -141 H« (lowrl. Wllk'l. Hauii apd T«b- din "«i mw-- i ill Ms nx-- i that « NCA.expects its members to Judge ihe|r programs in terms ; of educational .^enefitp rather | than ".-.. , l(i terms of perfunctory i adherence to any set of technjpal-1 iHee..." I Positive Value The question te' b* answ«rei Pattillo says, is: "Does intercollegiate athletics, as conducted in thl» institution, contribute clearly and directly to the stated educational nn,rpes«s. of the institution T 1 ' He adds, "In other wor.c's, an in- atitHtion \v!!l be expected, upon request, to. be aple to demonstrate that Its athletic program has I'OS- ITIVK valij* educationally. This i* *iUi(e different from the NEGATIVE »»|ro*ch in which the In-: stilutlon says t* an outside agency in effect, 'Prove if you can, that we hav* violated some technical rule'." ' From the above statements |t ea.n been seen that the NCA's objective (l definitely d-emph»3is. . Nixon, Totals t o e U 4 l«i y. p " i · » o i l I t I 5 . 0 0 2b T o » till P -Ban far V*llme« in Jth. - Byr« I. 1. tjrd I. - SO- MrtfermoTt s SZtoS !."«?, McDiiAi«It I In 4 inrilnnV In if,: Ri»n 1 In ':,: B.vr. Hoapir in i. « * ra_v Hjanjr I In I I (k "ra-McirmaJt ^Jff^^^SS^S^f-^ This Is a movement whose root, have frown Mlddlewest. it ihould b* nnt«rt, however, that the. South in no way h.l Uken a part. Indeed, to the contrary, it was th* great block el tMuthern school! which killed a nlmllar (and l*w lrlng*nt) "unity end*" u i4optfd py the Ni- tlottl Cellul.t* AthMlo AMvi- tUW (NCAA), Jvdt | *.r |go. f« mt reaiw Arhaiwu' na- afMlHUvit iPeetltMl iMdf it l Mll r oeoptiy efMivtrpjlM Itg ||hl*tl^ that U In confllft with tMt ef th* NCA. ArkiMM, by tnwtlen an4) i* mow · SouUMNi Fast Field On Hond For Oil Belt Opening El Dortdo, Ark.-WhQi|ilify- ing rounds far the ?7th Oil' Belt Golf Tournament began today far 300 shntm*k*rs over the El Dorado Country Club'j rugged, par 71 ! C course. ". nin, Defending Champion Paul Collum, a traveling salesm.n who makes his home here, was favored to retain his title. The amateurs are gunning for I3.!M)0 In prizes and the pros are after $300 in cash. Leading ArH.onMs' contlri|ent are Collum, Ross Collins, former state champ .nd two-t|rn* Ni- tlnn»| U(thand«r« ohimpien frern Montlcella; Walter Ebtl Jr., of Hot Springs, the I IS I Oil 1*11 nhampion; Johnny Buzlek, th* How They Stand NATIONAL LEAfltr W ' Brooklyn .._ _,, _ _g2 New York 73 St. Louis ._.;._1._.;72 5S I Philadelphia 67 J7 Chicago i M Boston 54 Cincinnati ..5S Pittsburgh _ J7 Thjiriday's Reiulis Brooklyn 9, Chicago 'ew York 14. Pittsburgh 7. inojnnati 5, · ·· VS. Amateurs Take Over In Canadian Meet Vancouver, B. C.'-. t/Tl-A quar- et of heavy hitters from the United States is holding.a golfers' picnic on th* roller-coaster fairways of the Capilpno Course tod^y n th* semi-finale of Canada's amateur tqurnamenl. The last Canadian was crowded 'rom the running in yesterday's wo. !J-hfle matches, Boh Roos beating one and Sammy Urzettn nd Larry Bouchey disposing of one apiece. Tl)is assures an a|l;. final for the first time since 929. . Gu( RooE,.a San Francisco mer- laijt, WSB not around at niRht- all, getting the heave-ho from W ^leister of Cleveland in the ot- ernpon qu,arteM|na1s. Left in the unning with Mcis'ter, Bouchey nd Urzetta wot Billy Camppel! f Huntlngton, W. Va. Campbell tangles in one 36-h'l« emi-,windup with Urzetta, the qst Rochester, N. Y., lumber salesman who field the U. S. arnn- cur crown in 1950.' Bouchey, a lond behemoth who sells automobiles in Inglewood, Calif., meet* Meister In the other. )odgers Club Bruins, 9-6 C h i c a g o -(/PI- The Brooklyn lodgers regained nine and a half ,imes ahead of second-place New 'ork yesterday b.y defeating'the hieago Cubs,'8-6.- Jackie Robinson was ths Dodger slflr as the Bu,ms evened the series with the Ctjbs at a game each. Robinson tripled, a.nd scored the first run in the first Inning. His single drove in two nns in Ihe second and he fieri up the fam* in the seventh by .bunting safely, stealing second and then scoring on a wide throw to first base. Gil' Hodges followed with (i double; that scored two runs, winning the game: By OAYLE TAHOT New Vork-(/P)-The Giants' own writers gave up on them a few days ago out West, and so it may be recorded with finality that the r^parkable baseball saga which began .approximately a year ago has come to an'end. The men who travel wtlh L«o Durooher's athletea say (hey suddenly seemed to realise IhM lightning; was not going to strike them for the second time, and that the spark which hid pu»t«ined them through i season ef adversity has nick*r*d. and gone out. Th* (It- fending Uague, championi, they agree, will be fortunate to beat out the St. Louis Cardinals (or second money. Actually, for ii hall club which so^red to the heights the Qiants did last September in overtaking the Dodgers and clawing tho|r way inio the World Series.' there can be little ipcentlv? to .finish second.] After sqch an experience as thPV jt has to be either'/Irsl nor'n'olh-i ips. 'There's no in-between. partially explaJBfol today IK ..4i exuRMtives gave thcii' for allowing tlie former ; iici! Cincinnati pitrher to go to i th* New York Ynnln-ei. "RlarAWfll's through! l|« ran'! j h«lp us.' 1 I That was ll\e concensus «mi\nn i Uic National l^asuo nioituli. Apr parcnlly Ihe v.nrl(| champion Yon- kces dnn'l a^rpe or ihey wmiUi never havf shelled nut ssn/mii plus four players in gel the 2D- ycsr-pld righlhanrte.r. i Conceding that Blarkwdl It not the pitcher n* once was, he still Is | far from finished, at leist In the Qninfqn of some American L.eac- mr«. for It had bein Ifarncd that General Manors. Hank preep- btrj of Cleveland a,n«l frank Lane of the Chicago white Sox overtures for him but were outbid by the Yankees. The Yankees g«vi up a pretty fair pitcher In, southpaw Johnny Schmiii and thr** pl»y«rs their miner leagu* farm Ci* Lose SixHi In Row As Rokerts Chalk, Up 21sl Win For Phils, IN Lookouts Lose To Pebs; Bears Nip Pels Twice · St, louis-tTj-The d«g dayi- I August--the days when baiefci ' : champions are mad* and broken-;: ; have found the St. Louii C.rdtnt. i wanting. ··: i Eddie Stanky'.i r.ien, who roll! halo ;hc|r home stands in mlt ] Auaust talking pen.nafit after. ; ; successful road trip, leave g' | Louis tnnight plagued with a Mr i out losin? streak. . Their latest defeat was at l ; nnnds of durable flobin Heber; who mnrked up hlj Zlit vletory I named later, They refund to Orleans B-l In a regular seven- Inning affair. Then. In the second game nf Ihe double-header. Mn- j iruinj.blle did It again, only 'not at de-1 .u. , 'o b*|eis|vely--1-8 in II Innings. Chat- m * veal the pur''h»se pri. f, If B|«r,kwel], winner of only '···1 tanoaga. meanwhile, lost to lie Hook, l-l. Lit- three game* agiinat 12 I Atlanta managed to win for i nr\(\ change, 3-fl, over Birmingham runrenlly plaguid by « sore, arm,i a, ml recaptured second plar* fro,. IhouU do an »,beiit f,,ce with Inc.- New Orleans. Atlanta l« three The conviction here ntlll strong that they would have wop it again if their lineup had remained Intact and fj'al IVJaglfe had not sprung an ache In hii back Maybe the Giants of ',11 will nqt go dpvvn a.s one of the great clubs 01 hlsfory, but they were plenty good, a.nd they gave the fans of the nation a thrill which may never be equalled. AS for Leo Durooher, who has been getting batted around ef l*t«, our hoqest opinion Is that h* has dpne a more skillful Job of managing this year than he did last. Just keening his club's spirit tip and keening It in the race at lout as he did In th* face of ill manifold misfortunes uslled tor ability of a high order. The truth I. that once the Giants started rolling laat year there wasn t a great deal for the dandy little manager to do except name I starting pitcher and then Eland back. This year he has had his prob lems, and serious ones. They he gan April 3 that afternoon in Denver, to be exact, when Monte irvin, his big runs-batted-in- man, broke an ankle in an exhibition game. Altar that it was Willie May., one of the most exciting young stars in years, leaving for, the Army. Then Larry Jansen losing Ihe edge of his effectiveness and 4 1 1 ! Brown, zh 3 8 o! Serena. 2b 1 2 3 , Co*. Jh JUua, u 3n|der. d tefe V !·?« [6ilf». and Ins- 0 I r j I ft r h 1 0 2 9 3 S i lucr. U .twek c If . p s i I » ·'Kally. 1 0 0 Lowil. To(«U M 9 12 ro|,V 5 1 .1 5 a o 1 0 2 |b 5 0 1 » 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 i 0 0 0 [ i I S O ·p 0 q 0 41 e 13 t--PfftH out for Ltnqard in «|h. ·rfaklvn 140 coo 409--» Chicago ioi 210 «lflr- E-^HodgH Z. Leonard. BBI--Shuba. Ho«I« 3 fttaM, Robituon 2. ~~ I, Liiwn 4, Ltonird 1. SO--Uown * J Z, Black 4. HO-K«,lly 5 In Ipllchi* to thrw blttcri In nlnt f In 4; town 4 In 5: J in 3: Kllpniteln 0 In 1; n 1. R iHJfll-Keny «.(; UblBt i-S; LoWn 3-3: L«on»rd 2-3: lUck l-|. PB-Ctmpanella. Wlnnrr --«lioH (11-.2). Lour--(.ov.-n 14-101. U --Birllok, Gorman, Dnn«telll and Bal- , - termer (tat* title holder from tne Bait and in the i Jontjboro; dene Kecney of Tex- · »rkan«, «n1 riavis J'avt Jr., 1:1 Dorado newcomer who recently won the Quichita Valley tourney at tamden. Qolf.ri from six «ther st|l*i alt* *r« expected i* t»mp*4« in the Inurnimenl. lMflt4|«, than en* ef the in *·*«· « (T* ·· CteniniMd) in IgS. Philadelphia night. Boston 4, I I Jn- 10, St. Loiijs New York 74 Cleveland 7? Boston M Phil«d*lphl* «5 Chicago H Washington .' 65 31. Loijis SI Detroit - --.« Tkuritlar'i |(etullt fhlladtlphia I, Boston 4, game podponed, rain. Cleveland 9-1, Detroit J-4, twl- night. ·OUTHERN AflOCIATlOM 4 4 .331 .Ml ..Sflf .»* C ll.ttiinooga .. 77 Att.nla 7(1 New Orleans .._7« M*mphi« 72 Mflbll* , , 72 TfuhviM*" M ,mi* iMk.,.. e» Magllc hurting back Bobby Thomson mysteriously ing his fielding touch at third base. If ever a pilot had to operate from day to day and improvise Durochcr. Durochcr's $4000-a-year oon- tract expires, with the final gam* of Sept. 28, and he no doubt will be in there slugging to have it renewed for » period of year., President Horace Stonth.m I. un- demtood to favor a ye»r'to-ye«r pact with his pilot from here en. Reports that gtoneharn has soured on Leo for his recent umpire trouble and resultant five-day suspension may be discounted. The two are kindred spirit], in a way, and Leo is Horace's boy. Th.t is, as of now. Junior Tourney 11*1*4 A junior golf tournament, for hoys 16 and under, will be held at the Fayetteville Country Club next week. Th* tournament is scheduled to get under way on Wednesday and all members Interested should contact Bob Zander immediately. Yankee", there .re sure to be some red f.eei in the Nal'r^nl League. Explaining whv ih« Brooklyn - J ~TS 1*1 Blae'ty out of the ,' Manager I. J. B.IIIBV tftK): "We m»y bt wrqrn but vt do not tMnji BUukwull has It » n ) more, Bejldes, h« l i a » sure arm. , "W* nf*d a ( i l t c l u r who IMH pitch regularly. Blackwul] hasn'l pltchid m ihro« -.\"cVs." Redlegs Edge Braves/ 5-4, games back'of Chattanooga, and i ,,.,,... . . . '··*-. New Orleans I. throe and one-hnlf. hl ""'* ! ° o11 h " rt » n) «wepl thtf All,noog« could get off lwn -KTM« s ~ r t« w»h the He* little Vartif Williamson wan rivr hili. Th* only run came nn Hoy homer, t.jtlla nock ncnrcd both run* In the fourth on four singles, a u'alk anr| finprlfice. Mrmphl« ijnii Mobile are-tied for fourth a f f c r Memphis defeot- rri Nps'ivlllo, 7-J. linn Niohnlas of the Chicks stole his 77th and 7HI)! basos, Innvlni) Hm only Diree short of Ihe record. The »tba«k, th* sixth in a rov loft the Cardinals with a so-»p I- recnrd for their horn? stand. Qn) wt«« ago Stanky wa talkln IS-game winning Hat' a«»r the New York Giant* hucki* tinder the then flaming C*rcllnali But the league-leading Brook' lyn flodjers changed all of thai They 'ivvamncd the R*rdi fou. games straight, and left them * ·atn that the reurth-pl|* I iwept the? with the Re4 birdf. In laul night'., game the Phit came up with a potent li-hll it: Giants In 11 Innings Wralw,14To7 luck against th* Cards whieh off icl th* Iroiiblf (hat Roberts h«i In octtlni! the Rfdblrds out. H«i Sohotndlenit hit a three-rut homrr In tie th* sronr at ?-« II the seventh, but th* Wil|« ralHet In t-e eighth far a pair ef rutt on Richie Alburn', hiies-'-iadei Dingle and scored twice more jt I the ninth .an Smok.y ·uriMi j homrr with * m!ln ,,,, W ||]|i I -lonos also hnmerpd for th* Phll« 1 "' -·"»'·*'-* l* *». L*M'« * i *H-4iAObt.*lllj|l (Y. L9VIA ab r I H«nk Frank Smith, itellar Red leg i ,- liefer was the winning pitnhor. He allowed the Braves to pcore twipc In the ninth to force the game Into extra Innings. But he settled down in the 10th and llth to stop the Boston comeback. burgh Plraten. Dave Kftslp went th* diitunce for the wln.n*ri, giving MP Jl hits. Th* Giants railed five Buc Bitch- I er. for III nils. By.the fifth frami Ihe Giant* led 11-1 .nd th* .tame was oi|t nl danger. Ralph Kiner h|t his |9lh homer of th* year w|th a man on in th,f »lxth. ·h r hi ab r h JethrM, cr t o 2' Abrtmi. cf 2 0 0 Uatn. m 6 I al fc'rtiiw«.ki: cf i o o n. Ik « 1 2iAinii, )t 4 1 I e 10 2 ffmljh, · 1 C * If 1 0 ·! Mirltith, rt S I 2 . sb 4 · ri(".wi , ib s i i .112' UwaMi, 11 ( i t 2 » «| jliMen. id s i : 4 I i|VmlfilcH. e 101 3 i I McMlllin. u 5 o I f i ' »;i fk«» r rtl. p 2 0 « I ? 'bAjlMf ./ I « I I 9 0 P'll 4« I ISITotll Ib I I 0 44 I d t«r chlpnitn in i*h. far Parkpwskl In R',h. . - ,, no turn' oa-4 ulniutl DID DM o;o 01-- I J--Malhcw. Mtrih^ll. - J«lhroe -Mai tryln. II Rhodi Thn ah r III S ] I'D 9 Z 5 aril, cf ,n?fe' 4 0 I'l ll ? ? ? ! ! "1 , _ ion. f t 939'' ' « I Z'J . Wllllim-, n } l l! ·V.1 11 1 Ib 5 · « ib i e » is i 2 4 2 i sn Imitb (10-1). CuiHimi., Spni'n'clt. ·Jethror. Cnop"r I, KIlliuw«lti. Haltoit Mti- -Cooper. Mnthow-, ^ettirpfl, ·^itlen. Edwards. Adoock. I. «B--Jithroc. S-Slt- |t! Uiifi and Tgr.axnn; in 11. Clpr'nnatl 1 BB- 1 S9--Ptrkowikl 4. Wll nn Jonu I. HO--P-rliow-kl |l; Wl| 3 an « In 7!'-i Chin. ._ Jqntl I m S: Smith I In :^P.rk«w,kl W: .WlUqn 4-4: Talata Ntw York ^E-n/'ir- Miit''or 7. Talals 41 II l 1 ··*M *-r Winntii- ««n iff~ 1 LBT"' »«»"·»·· rJKi 1 tojtl", p 44 14 H:TJI',«I : Jluirt (iptwij (Ify ml fnr Ounn In 7lh. 2 1 ' in n:o--n all ant oto - 7 rlUOafald. WasTrum. '5r- ion; vln 2. Wll'j-mi !, K'per t. RentrcbL, IB-- Thomicn 1 Mcnftfilnn. .llnjue. 2B-- ri(r.G«rnld. lntr y«rli a, Miln U tnd Pltli- ici'ne .-.: in-.. i k ,' ¥ : iSWi- 4i ; S, 'T 1 ' «:HM» V'KSB i. «o~ A J »'.j;i, W tf-t- HiSRtiteSt.tjtyj; ,' fc toy- at. and Conlan. Mn'n 4 In ll','HUM 7 "a iV, Bumi w.V'^*^WVL"i* ^ "an. . . . . r-i-M A-i,a4i. Nys CliA BHiWiig To ll Opm DWJHI Diy The fayettevlll* Roys Club clMbhome' will be open from now until the opening of school fnr recreation, dub dlreator Maurice I 0-0; fin; Wlnnti . and. niut r-S. iJ-rB * WP-' " Inn . . .tankpwjkl. T-- 5:0". A-I,HI. '--W.ui Births . I ' iorn|ng and gamts offered will Include kaskdball, voll*y-ball, h o r s e shoes, table tennis, boning and i ·Ulet games. Also availahl* Is the ·li|»'l library. BOWl, rOH "«!! S!tl«rt .... O. B. H»l« .... Mr. «,nd Mrs. Jack Eowen · n ''"' ' "d-'clt Mr. «nd Mrs. Jack Bowen of i "· H- Smlfi .. . Carney, J r . . Reckileail Olsop I N. J. Hawkins L»«t night the Fayettevtll* Bowling Aiaxwiallon, with A. .M. ?lnn a. Inurnament manager, r»n pff a pre-i*»K)n pinglca powllnt Imirnnmenl. Fnrty local hewMvt nurticlpjilcfl with Hall Ituart'i HI Pins the high fer · "picket)" thr** game s*riei. This tourney vu novel In that e»oh erttry bowlei four games, uilng only HI. M« three. _ Second wes 0. M, "T»*k" ]·)· with . 44 pin total, wHM* fS2 fi'idwhk w*i « «Io*« third wilt) 'Q. Th* eight, nriie wlnntrfs ef th* 4(1 -artlclpBt!ng bowl«rs: " - 151 Sagely anneuncH y«aterday. Th* r W* 1III «. unnnunc* the birth | "f Hal cluk roomi will be open from "' · {«·, August 2«, in the City ! L. W. ! mio;-mer»|ng until lit* aft.rnonn »««PMl, *' f' The Kiiyptlaris m»de keys and I loeks entirely of won(i. | r - (II Ill «1« - til r.p»» In Ihe LEAGUE .419 ,4«4 Uttl* Rack I. Chatt*M*M I, Memphlt 7, Niihvlllt i M*hlU !·», N4jw OrlNM M, AtlinU I, Btrmlnihun 0. nno, Italy, ngri4 Berfnun Rotielllnl her ton KaMrte pl«k-«, . Tkf holllay reiart u at the fifUUi* ttulf, tamt if mllet tautk *4 Q*IMM. |wM recently bectm* Uw mttlier eTrwla gtrli, Iiatnlli If you've tasted todays SCHENLEY ktaow it's the best-tasting whiskey in ages I ILINBtD WHIIMY II ··ODI. IS* (IAIN MWH SPIRITS. QisniiuToii, me, NIW YOIK, «x YQM We Will Be CLOSED Monday, September 1 on account of LABOR DAY City Lumber Co. Dyke Lumber Co. FneNevile Lumber Cemeirt (·, Kefley ho$. Limber Co. Morse MM C \

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