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Rogers Rated District One'« Best Bet For Playoff Spot ^ · - ·- - , -- ·· *----: : Blytheville, Camden, Conway Also Favored Mountaineers Given Slight Edge Over Bulldogs, Pointers By CARL BELL Little Rock - (/P) - High school football players still are sweating through pre-season drills, and late November is a long way off.with plenty of upsets sure to fall in the meantime. But the four teams mpst likely to be on the firing line when the post-season playoffs for Arkansas' Class AA championship gets under way are Rogers, Blytheville, Conway and Camden. That, at least, is the opinion Of coaches and sports writers who have studied the on-paper prospects and the late-summer practices of the 19 teams competing in the' classification. · Rogers, given the nod over perennial powers Fayetteville and Van Buren in District One, comet up'with a team that will employ a variety 'of offensive system*, .to confuse opponents. It also has a brilliant fullback'ln Jerry Ferguson, a speedy ,180-pounder. The Mountaineers-have 17'let- termen on their'oquad of 40 and they are spread out over 10 of the 11 positions.' Fayetteville Coach Harry Vandergrlff has 15 lettermen to keep the Bulldogs in the running for' the district crown they copped list year.. Pointer Prospects Peer .;:,-; Coach Clair.-Bltes^.iptPCjainK that the prospects" -pi .'his.-::Van Buren Pointers "are poor." Van ' 30 boys, Rain Provides Yonks With Increased Lead Over Tribe ·y JOE REICHLBR AP Jpotll Wtjlar Jupiter Pluvius may hive a hand in deciding -the American League pennant this year. No, Jupiter Pluvius it not another cattoff plucked, by the New York Yankees Jor their stretch I drive although Be proved to be as | helpful to the world champion* , as Ray Scarborough:' the refugee from the Boston Red Sox. The two combined to increase the YaVikeeffl' first-place margin to ZVi games over Cleveland Menday. Scarborough, purchased last week from the Red Sox, handcuffed. his former rhatei with three hits last night in pitching the New Yorkers to a 5-1 triumph. Mr. J. P., otherwise known as Old Man Rain, helped ths St. Louis Browns defeat Cleveland, 2-1, in the second fame of the double-header . after the Indians had won the opener, 8-1. Indiant Take Letd , Raip halted tbe nightcap for an hour and 12 minutes in the bottom half of "the fifth inning with the home team Brownies ahead, 2-1. After the rain let up, St. Louis failed to score in the fifth and the Indians rallied for three runs in the top half of the sixth to take a 4-2 lead. At the browns prepared to bat in -their half of the sixth, another rain storm - broke and this time thc»e was ho let-up. The three runs were wfped but and the score reverted -back to the fifth Inning with St. Louis winning. 2-1. Rain .washed out Brooklyn's scheduled twin bill in Philadelphia but the Dodgers retained their nine-game lead in the National League as the second-place Ne* York Giants, divided' a double- Braves second Cards Divide , -header in Boston. The came back to win the game, 5-1 ." after the Giants had captured the opener, 3-1. Rain Petlponn Gamtt ; .In -addition to washing out the 'scheduled twin bill between the Detroit Tigers and White Sox in -f.'.-j-v.f.e:-.-."** tlfc^ft the.Van ee?-and/Red Sox-to call bK their 'IWaTterrioon garnes in New York. «r«h»"ii»t"»rmm and'ure- The Yankees, however, man- tSnUnnSe» fonk tor S 8 ed to ! "" va «' somethlnt by ^^f":. 5 !'!! lo .1 k l. . Pi«yln? one of the games Ih. the serve lettermen, the First District race to be a frce-for-aill With Rogers-out in Iront. While 'there's room -for a darkhorse, ppringdale, and ,Subiaco are exjjected to bring tip the reir. \ ' , ' : ' · : · · Blytheyill*,, which. consistently topped - · · · · -i n t h e o l d . ^ ^ alignment junke* this year, at this stage stands head and shoulders above the pack in the new 5 1 4 * 1 "* ·". -The Chi'ckj have 14 lettermen and -another Mosley. Tbe latest contribution of this football-famous : family which "has; produced stars down through the years for Blytheville and the University of Alabama is "Tommy Mosley, s speedy left halfback with triple- threat possibilities. One of his brothers, Russell, currently- is the Chicks' head coach. '· : Promise Stardom . Jonesboro will wad* in with 12 lettermen.-.-Jncluding. 'two backs who promise stardom -- halfback Bobby Rogers and. 'quarterback Jerry Yeildirig. While others feel the Hurricane definitely should win more games than it loses, Coaches Chill Davis says, "A 5050 season will be highly acceptable". .,,,," .', ; Forr«SrCity expects ah'improv- ed club, if not a title, contender. The Mustangs have nine lettermen and soine highly regarded pros- pecte up ;fr6m a strong 1$51 junior riijfh squad. Guard .Curtis Morrell and "hack Billy Swan are listed as all-state candidates. Newport rounds out District Two. Coach Raymond^ Bright .admits his Conway - . . . . games . evening. A crowd of .16,428 taw the 34-year-old Scarborough limit the Red Sox to three hita for his first victory to.a Yjnkee uniform. " Splits marked s 11 other double- aeaders., Philadtlphia'i - fourth- slace Athletics \von » 10-inning )-8 opener from'Washington but the .SenetonreerftV.be.9k. to-take the. nightcap, 4-2. Cincinnati iVon the second game, 3-2, after.the St. Louis Cardinals bad walked off with a 6-0 opening win. Chicago's Cubs thrashed be "as good oj^feter'i'than-" His 1951 eleven, which headed the old Fifth ^iftrict. One disconcerting factor) i£ faj, as "Conway is concerned, '-tft that Russellville, 1951 champion of District Four, has been cast in to the new Third- District, along with the Wampus Cats and three others. Conway has 13 lettermen on a squad of 41.. Malvern Coach Happy Only ' 24 boys- turned out for prarSlce at Malve.rn .the first week, buf' : 'Coach'Hodge Phillips expects some additions by the time school opens. He says he's pleased witb the prospects; .There are'nlrte lettermen on the 40-man squad at Arkadelpbia and Crjt~ch;Jack Bell feels the chances for. a Winning season are food. Completing the unusual picture of coach optimism in the Third District li Benton tutor Elbert Klz- Pittsburgh, icag '«-0, but the Pirate* won the second garne, 9-4. Wran Wins Ho. II Early Wynn registered his l»th triumph as the Indians hacked him with a 14-hit attack - against loser Gene Bearden' and Tommy Byrne. Two-run homers by Luke Easter and Wally. Westlake highlighted the Indians' victory. Clint Courtney's two-run homer in the second inning off Bom Lemon accounted fof all St. Louis . second- game runs. Satchell Paige" went the curtailed distance. « The Rice boys of St. Louis larruped first-inning homers "to live Wilmer Vinegar Bend Mizell more ruiis than h(r needed to register his ninth win. Hal Hice's Brjiner came with the bases loaded off loser Bubba Church. Del Rice hit his with nobody on ·Art-error hy-Bllly _ _ _ _ , _ ,, singles by Joe Adcock arid Roy McMillan produced z sixth-innini Cincinnati run that, snapped a 2-! tie and gave the Reds the second- game win. How They Stand By The Associated Praia NATIONAL LEAGUE · V , W' L Pci BWbklyn . 83 42 .844 .581 New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago _ Boston '____ Clncinnjti 83 42 7,V 52 74 57 .9«5 .547 .499 .434 .484 .291 Pittsburgh _ S9 65 Monday's RMultx New York 3-1 Boston 1-5 Chicago i-4 Pittsburgh Q-£ St. Louis 6-Z Cincinnati 0-3 Brooklyn at Philadelphia, both garnet postponed rain AMEttCAN LEAGUE W New York 77 Cleveland' ,, 75 Boston' 6t Philadelphia 69 Chicago .·----,,. »7 Wisbin|toa '-- 17 "·' '''.Mlt- ..^.. 5S Detroit _ 41 J J I 3 H 1 1 . V 0 D^lllOIl IUI.U1 Clllf^ll !»!(,- _ , ' . . _ ,1 zit, who describes his team's pros-! M«»««», · "«wlto Pet .539 .53 .51! .91 .414 By Thi Asseeiait4 Press The St. Louis Cardinals have ost out in the pennant race, but Stan Muiial continue* to bolster his reputation as one o! baseball's jreatest players. The steady Cardinal slugger should reach the 2,000 mark for total hits and the 1,000 mark for runs bated in for his National ague career sometime this week. After a big day Monday, he has ,194 hits and 997 rbi's. Musial boosted his league-lead- ng batting average to .337 as the Cards shut out the Reds in Cincinnati, i-0, and then lost 3-2 in their jabor Day double-header. He had hree doublet and two singles for the day and now has hit aafely.in eigWt consecutive garnet. "·"" -.. ' In the first game, Witmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell and Al BrarJe earned up to pitch a four-hitter and outfielder Hal Rfce hit his iecond grand slam home run of the rear. . , Ex-toldier Harvey Haddlx-yielif- ed only six hits in the second tame, but the Reds scored two inearned runs on a pair of Cardinal errors. The H*ds scored the winning run on a pair of singles, a stolen base and n error by Dick Slater in the sixth. Lefty Harry Perkowski was a seven-hit winner over, the Redbirds. American Loop BoxScores HIM YOBIl tb r h; . ib r _ If.'J. 6 » Mtjltte. cf 4 I OMdrnin. *11 llBtlWtt). w , la. rt -. Kill, Ib ' rhron'ry. 'If.' 4 Modman: D»--OoAMUB. Llvon «! d Gfrnrrt: Martin and Collinl: McOou- uM. Mirtta'ati'd CelllM. iSt-Bijiton I'owfki l.THeiitk T~ScatDOroiil|h 4. SO--BrodowakM. Dftjck l. Scarhor- ^uh ~a." 'HO '' "JUtiCICt · In 3 Innlnfs: Brod6WkI S In' 4: Dtlock 0 In 1. K * rt--Kinder 5-3. trodowakl 0-0. lelMk 0-0. Sclrboreufh 1-1. PB--Bera W--kirtwreuih 13-SI: t^-Klndcr Ml. U--Sttvina, fummer. McKln- !V, Hurley. T-!:15:. A-U.SZI. - Cttntone I. ». LMta ] ·?IMT «»MI CLCVILAN* I «T. LOUie _ . V Ib r h S 1 2HJ«rah. .Ib. « 4 n H Ktog Cofton Golf Field May Include Cary MWdlecoff Blytheville, Ark. - Iff") - Cary C. J. Hixson Wins State Tennis Title Pine BluK-(/P)-C. J. Hixson of Fnrt Smith, Ark., took the Arkansas Closed Tennis Tournament doll ner, . .. host ter the King Cotton Open tournament which starts Friday Pro Pn..l Farrington cf tr Blytheville Country Club said yesterday that me Menir-li'c n-'f-r told' him he wouid-play if he gets the permission of his physician, who is treating Mlddlecoff lor a kidney ailment. . Middleooff set a new Blytheville CC record of a seven under par «5 in a practice round Fferc this weekend. The jrevious rcca-d ol S6 was-set by amateui Johnny Buziek of Monette, Ark. Farrington said other top contenders .expected to enter, the tOMrniy.-include BuzicH, .Southern 'Amateur-Champ Gay Brewer of Lexington, Ky., Arkansas Open Champ Jimmy Coleman of Jackson and Gepe Frace, the Memphis public links titlist. Ebel Regains : Title In Oil Belt Tourney El Dorado, Ark. -(/Pi- Walter Ebel, Jr. 'of Hot Springs, Ark., who wound up in second place last year, won his second Oil Belt Golf'championship title here yesterday. Ebel, the 1960 titlist. led all the way in his 3 and 2 vjdoTy over. Gene Kenney of Texarkana. He slA?t par-35 golf for the first nine holes, halved the 10th and moved to 4-up on No. 11. Kenney halved Ihe next three holes with Ebel and made his lart threat on the 15th, narrowing the margin to three down with a birdie three. But the two top men halved the crucial IBth and the victory went tr Ebel, who ousted defending champion Paul Collum Sunday. ID the semi-finals, Ebel defeated Kenny Unnlng, Rollb, Mo', and 4, and Kenney downed W. A. Meagher of Shrevcporl, La., 5 and 3. t Springdale Tbe Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society sponsored a play. "^ Mitsion Clinic" Sunday evenjflg at the church. Those having parts in the play were Miss Virginia Hembree, Miss Patsy Baker, Mrs. Nettle Hutchimon, Mrs. Robert Hatcher, Mrs. Euel Pinkley, Mrs. Gladys Scott. Mrs. Barbara Harmon, Mrs. Mildred Greenlee, and Mrs. Re? Mills. ,, Mrs. Kennedy Deaver was in Avila, 2b s o z; GoidWy. itj 4 o o , c har« of the children's story hour "-" -».... "" ^tu'day p,ornins at the Springdale public, library. the- Rev. J. V. Dawjrs, a retired missionary from China' -was guest speaker during the training union hour at the 'First cpaptist Church Sunday evening. A large J The young netman then palreti with Charles Jones. Fort Smith, 1n cop the doubles crown over two joncsbnro contenders, Jo? Emerson and Glenn Lane. Adams advanced tn final play yesterday when top-seeded Jay Freeman of Litti? Rock was forced to withdraw during a semi-final match because of a back injury. Ilixsnn defeated Jlmmic Bell of Little Rock, 0-1, 8-1 in the semifinals. Hixson and Jones moved into the doubles finals by default, bemuse of Freeman's injury. Thev were matched gainst Freeman and Bob Walkeiv"i9ittlf :««·'. Jones and-Lane ciejefStfid-ChaflBS Crook and John Kane, 'both' of Fayetteville, 6-1, 6-4, in the semifinals. Box Scores Mn Y«* 1 inteii tta.nl ioiTON NIW V*MK «b r n Mueller, rt 5 ! J Jelhrns. cl Dark, M 4 1 1 I^ogiin. |i Lockinan. 11) 4 0 I I Tor««*on, 1 Irvln. K 3 0 0! Cnopf r. e RhodrJi. If « I) n Gnrdon. If ib r h 3 0 I 4 0 0 4 0 0 4 I I 1 0 1 Thomson, cf 4 0 I ' M a t h t w u . 3D 3 0 0 Th'nson. 31) . 1 0 2 ! SUII. rt 3 0 1 1 Wrjtrum. c 3 0 l ! Dlttmr Jb 3 0 I William*. 2b 3 0 (i'Wll«on. p 3 0 0 IJinler. p 4 0 1 ! Tolala 34 3 10 Tnlalu 30 1 4 003010000--3 ,,,.,,.. . 003 001 000-1 E--,TI)6mp.ion. RBI--Lockman, Irvin, Dark, Gordon. ZE--Thompson. Gordon. 3B--Mueller. S--Dark. William*. DP--tanler. Dark nnd Lockmsn; Wil- llsnw. Onrk and Lorkman. L«fl--New York 8. Boston 5. BB--Wllfoh 2. L»- rlirr 3. SO--Wllioh 3, Lanler 7. R M -Uinlcr i-i. WJlaon ,3-3. W--UanWr (TD. L--Witach (11-11). U--W»rn«k«. Da-roll nnd Spcory. T--1:52. 9ICOHD aAMI N«w York : 000 000 105--I 7 1 1 Aoilon 200 001 20X--5 · 11 Johnaqn (winner) and Burrli: Jan:n flnnpri. Koala. Wflhelm. Ktnneay and Yvars. Hegan. c Str'ckl'd. Wynn, p TolaU . r « l ti tri«i|iiBrai, 1( ; ~a.'o iiYoiiht, n S 2 31 Port«. cl , c 4 JTTMm'attl. ai 4 0 o:*IKv«ra H 3 1 tVDyck. 3h t 1 lIBtar.dfn. n M I 14ITotal(' 4 0 1 4 1 1 3 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 n n 2 0 1 2 0 1 ·Struck out lor Dttnaeitrl In 7th. Cleveland'--. »40 M» OJO-I st Louu - 110 em oi«--i B--Marih. Wynn. »8t--W«ni 2, Hc«an. Wvnn J. Aylla . (titcr 2, WeiU|M 2. Otftiilitrl. JB--Vwtlake. Wjnn" SBV-Avlll. Mltch«lT. HH-- Wertt I, WaleK WM()»k«. Dp--Mar«h. Young aritf (Midxbttry t: D*m^«tin. Younf 'and QolasMrry: Strickland, AI.II. and Kutet. L*ft--Cieviland s. i s. ··--Bturatn I. Byrne 1. iL'J crowd attended. St. Wynn 2. SO-- Btirdtri S, S yrne 0. HO--Be»rdn I In 4i.h Innlnr. yrne f In 4*:.H It EH--Ulardtn 7-5. Byrnt 2-1, Wynn 3-2. Winner--Wynn telli, Duffy. Kemmel and Bfrry. T-Manuel ·AMI . Cleveland .......... . 001 05--1 « St. LnulJ . ----- 029 00-2 2 7 iGamc callftd at end of 5th. ralni. Palae (wlnnnri nnd Courtney: Lemor) lle«r) aad Tlpten. McCulloiieh; and Atwcll. The First Methodist Church ·ponsored a church-wide -picnic aupper Sunday, afternoon at 4:30 at Lake Atalanta. Sunday evening at the close 'of the suppcr.j* '·pe- dal vesper service was h e l d . 7 ' Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Cufran'of Lincoln, Neb., arrived Friday evening to visit Mrs. Curran's cousins Judge Guy Howard, Miss Eva Howard, and Miss Lillian Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Stewart and children, Chuck and Nancy, _ ^ of Columbus, Ohio, spent the past Bmle. p week with Mrs. Stewart's parents,, Toi*" Mr. and Mrs. Mallory \V. Hawk, g, northeast of Springdale. ' Mrs.'Chris Meekf of West Em New Ynrk Boston 111. Goetz, CtJkg* «. rittlkursh I rilMT (IAMB MOO I «t r h: PITTMUMOM - «b r h .tfffcoat. c f . 4 1 l - W a l l i , c f 4 ( Bmi'hollr.' rf 4 0 2 Oroat, aa 4 t .lackjon. vEb 4 0 I 1 "-"··' !»ut*. I f l ' ' Jl. 2h -'vi'.lft' WL t^J i M c I ' v k h . Ib 4 0 1 ' rtsrllr.'nie. Ib 0 0 0 ii, r«Iloli, - - 4 0. 0 c 4 0 0 ( f t 4 2 2'sentrchla. .tb 4 o n I Ber r dlno. !b 2 0 0 Tot«ll IDavM.' If .13 « 8 Totala 1 0 0 1 31 0 Fall Practice Begins For SWC Football Teams Dallas, Texai-(JP)-Coaeh L. H. (Dutch) Meyer's Texas Christian Horned Frogs, defending champions, led seven Southwest Conference (rid squids onto the practice field today, second of the 1»S2 football season. Meyer's champs, favored to repeat In the hurly-burly football league, went through two drills Monday at Fort Worth that were marked by rough contact in blocking and tackling. Meyer reported his star-studded 70-man aggregation in tip-top shape. At Austin, Coach Ed Price of the Texas University Longhorns was all smile* after two-brisk workouts opened fall practice. A 75- man squad at Texas gave the appearance of being in fine slupi. The Longhorns whipped through a morning session without tiring, but found the going rougher in the broiling mid-afternoon nun at the.temperature patted 108 degrees. ' Coach George Sauer at Waco worked four Baylor Bear backfield units and declared "every petition on our entire team's wide open. 11 .1 Junlon.Jimmy . Daveo.p6rt fnd Francis TJivldanii arid irophomore* Billy Hooper and Trunk Petchal quarterback^ the Golden *}ear unite in the first workouts. The call for orange Juice for S.M.U.'s 73-tnan squad came at ( a. m., in Dalian, folowed by field work at Ownby Stadium." Coach WMTHWKT AMCAMAI TIMIS, httettenriH*. Arkwi TiMxUy. September J, ItSJ PRONOUNCED-SAY-SHUS nusty was rheerged as the Ponies went through scrimmage with the defense trying -to stop plays which Duke and Georgia Tech are expected to use in the first two games of the season. At Houston, the Hlct Owls' 58- man outfit took it easy and spent the day in light exercltet In shorts and T-shlitt In the afternoon workoutt. The Courts ·100 MO 014--« . . Oil 005 000--0 Chicano ...'-; Plttrtursh .. .. E-- Sinnlley. BBI-- BiumSotu. J«ft- coot. Snucr. Kllppilrin 3. 2B-- Jeffcotl. ?B-- KllppJtein. lin-- Saner. Ktlppjttln. DP -- Gront. I3«r»rdino nnd Mttkovlch: Bcr«rrtlno. Gro»t antl Mctkovlch. Left -- Chlr-BO (, Pliuburgh 7. BB-- Kllpn- Blcln 3. Polltt 2. Miiln 2 SO-- Kllpp- «t«in 7. Poll«t I. MO-- Pollel II In t InnlnT.--: Main 3 In I. R Ik ER-- Poll*! 3-J. Milin 4-4. Kllpnlllrln 0-0 W-- Kllppitrln it-IOI -L-- Pollfl IS-1J). U-- IP) It- Plnell Jprkowtkl. Plnelli a n d Engcln. -T--1:fil. MCO' - OMMB ChlChgo . *"· 103 K* 00--4 II " Pltlflpurfh 030 ntf) 020 01--5 13 14 '(Winner). Kiln*. Ho«u« and . . Leonard (loMr), Kelly IT. LOUIS I ah r h CINCINNATI ah r h Hemiu, M 5 0 1 Bqrk'nkl. cf 3 0 1 Bork'. 3 1 0 Arfaim. 3h 4 I 2 MinhBll. rf S'dleMt. 2h Mullal. cf . Sliiuehter. rf 3 I r Mcock. Ib 4 0 0 4 0 0 .... ... J 00 II. Hlc*. II 4 1 I'M'--rda. If 4 0 ! Shirr. Ih 4 0 1 McMillan, al 4 0 I n. Rice, c 4 1 1!R«ll. c 3 0 1 .lohiuon. 3h 4 0 ·'. Pella|rlnl. 2b 3 0 0 Municipal Court Harold McMurray, 22, .of FJ Camno, Texas, was fined $35 *nd cottj, a total of 151, on clurget of drunken driving and running three itop tlgn». He was also tehtenced to one day in Jail. H« wit arretttn by deputy sheriffs. Sam fllkner, 49. of Sprjngdale, wit fined 1100 and seiitenced to 10 days in jail and hit driver's license ;uspended for on* year an a charge of drUnken, Driving. Court record* showed tbt conviction-*·« hit iecond vn'fht lime .offente, H. L. Payne, 47, of F|y«'tttvllle, wfl lined S40 and sentenctd to on* day In jail on a chatlf of drunken driving. ' ' IJoyl* Spencer, 2», of was fined $18 on charges of rneeding and running a stop sign. A charge of operating » motor vehicle without a license wai dts- mltmd. Steve Starwick of F«vett«\ille v/«s fined SI.SO on a charge of op- crating a motor vehicle without a driver's license. Jack Politte of Wlnslnw, charged with purchasing game animals and birds to feed to makes, entered a plea of not guilty. His trial was set for 10 a. rn. Friday. Po- lltte operate* a make too south oi Wlntlow. . S. M. Aus'lun, 60, of Huntsville, was fined tt( and costs, a total of $4(, on an overdraft charge. MlMII. 3 1 o Church, p 1 0 0 35 6 t Total« 3 0 0 Jt 0 4 . IxillU Cincinnati ' Mrs. cnris aieen m »r»i C.M.- M ,,,I,I. 2B _Mi»iai ». John«nn. ma Avenue left Stu(daS ..trt, .MrM|/i»n. (TH^H. nice.-a. Rii ChamrJaifin, 111., where she will *.g^ i 7, 0 ^«°S n 'ancinn"'ii li « lt . . . 5 2 ! ·HIL»MI.»HI» WAtHltMTAH b r h- JoOat, » ' S i r Yo«t. 3h F»ln. Ih 1 0 0 Binby. c» Phllley. cf 5 0 HJ«|)»en. M » 1 1 7,trnlal. If ! I TWo?jL H » 2 3 Vale. « J O 0 ftunntl|. II 5 2 1 - i o mverniw. n 4 o i !b 4 2 l'«ot'rVln. 2b S H 0 . pects as "pretty 1006." Benton has 11 lettermen and a squad of 49. Klttla tigs backs-fllll Jentzsch and Philadelphia 9-2 Washington 1-4 Clveeland 9-1 St. Louii 3-2 (second g-ame called end ol 9 lonings rf Michaels. 3h Hltcb'ck, Jo »«tr»tn. * K-lln»r. p aClirk hKfll Knrnh. p I cHoberuon "awMr. p n o o Hooper. D 0 0 (I' · ·· i isi' **Th"f ii' ed there. Mrs. Mefks returned l» 4 i t i Springdale several weeks ago to sell their house and attend to business affairs. A coffee for,the United- fou'cil of Church women was Veld Friday S t .r GratftO. I 1 t'rCntn I I I'KiuIr, e- i n o *n«oD l; 0 0 0 . Marrfro. p. 1 0 0' Johniion. t 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 o n 1 0 0 . - ...... .'.«! IW OW-- f . ' . . 000 000 000-- 0 . BBT-H. nirt 4. D Hlr(, 2B--Miual 7. Johnxnn, Htmua. -- ' Rlct. Dp- ', l.'ll ............... _ ......... «. BB-MI- »ell 4. church 4. SO-- Mlt'll 3 In t Innlnw; Bmrle t In S ' H At M-- )«'»B|| 0-0. RrarV 0-fl. Chtirrh «-« W -- Mlwll (9-81. I.-- Churrlj I5*tn. . IT-- Bariirk. Gorm«n. Donat»iu and Ballanfant. T-- Seixas, America's Best Amateur NetStarJsVii By OATl-F. TAI.BOT · Forest llill», N._ -y.'.MI'-lt is ! ironic that the Wst amateur tennis slayer In .(he .ijpiiijJfV. : lnd»y. Vic Selxat from 'Philgmlpliia,- is so little known to the jeiifral public that th« nyernKe'fa'n'eiin'l even pronounrf 'hi«' nomo, much less tell you the'jsalifiit t»cta of his- career to this point. / "i- Perhapi » .jco're of times within the patt year we ha.v* been skrd "Who Is this Jiiy 5ex-v«, with the " added observa of him." , rgt .,,,,,, .,.,..... reached the finals f ' i line i«/ 1851 Na- Maintalm Two And Half Game Br. Th. AMWltMl Pttn A we»kn«s »ft«ctlng top South. ern.Aa»belatlori Uianw for the put 'wo m^ntp*. is dofiinj lint place C fi riuj , noof | f 0 tht ^fy litt. Latt Rt M WM typical. -Chafeineega tlonal Chom'otonlnlpf: · where . h e ;| blkitwl « good by 1851 itindarm) was .deteattd' by frank* «tdgrtian' Memphis club In the tint i»me of AuptraH*^ -. ..,'.,f-;,,H : »« I dnupl»-hjjd«i 7-0. ,t«t. «· itdjrl nay t" ·"* *" that somewhere In the dim P«t It was PortUguesf. from t!jcre oh It tins not been esjv to tell the questioner what tbe Phllartelnhla nlumblng heir was doing trie flnttl mSufiUrJK »« years of his life. He turned 48, j In the past cqui header anil and maintaining Chattanooga's two and a hilt fan)* Wad over Atlanta. That'4 a ttlf Jead with-less than a wi Mason, but It coul eeMofe inithe Id be »n t«ur- nr »«en -«·»·! If, iple of w«1is.:Chat Incidentally, only dree days ago. The easiest way to cxrjlaln about the 'nation's handsome, mlld-mannfred No. ,1 nlnyer nrob- ably Is to «ay that he's onr-of thole, occasional athletic slurs who matures comparatively late. For e*- amnle, bl* "1" Tllden, another well known Prjlladelphlan. -lid n"t win his flriit national fennl! title until he was · rlne 27. Vic began plivln. (ennli' when he was six, and he ha« been play- Ing It steadily ever since, exccnt for a three-andfone-hall year hitch al an Army flfMer pilot. . He won the National Inter- Kholantic crown when he was 17, end that we fbout the b*tth»m- plohihlp he ever won until he Captured the New South Wales Tburnarnerit at Sydney Itit wlrt- ter from a great field, writer) Included the American. Auitral'an and Swedish n»vii CUD iquadi. He says now -thet Ihe trouble nrpbably wa« that, until latt year, 'he never had a r ' " utretch Iri'a ioiirnament and then htirty beck to the batt'«ub« ipd rubber waihtra. Vic atlll a»*nii tMnestly aurpriaed at ht fine, : forceful (rente he dl»cov*rea. He li l!«e only A'meHcan at trie irionirtit WTIO sen volley In .the.same leaguf with Serif-man. Mailmen's Code, Not For Parade New Yotkr(/P)-The Nat'io'nal. A«- ·odallon of Letter Carrlfrs--th« mailmen who make deliveries In r«ln, mow or sleet--postponed their planned Fifth Avenlie parade yetterday. ft wu ralnlnl. ' The parade, a part of the APL union carriers' 'annual convention, may be held Inter In the wtek. lanooga could have gotten hot. New Orleans lags a game back jf Atlanta since Art Fowler, pitch** a four-hitler »t the Pell Injttw linnl jam* It. -Atlanta.. '· , ' A third diublfVheader-Wgtni cnrne off in Nashville berw*m th« Vols and Uttte Rock, The Travi won first 4-,'then loit te Nuh- vllle by trie same score. · ·' The only tetm-wlBnlnt e tfa header was Mobile-- IrO and bvet Birrnlnih»y; Fi 9 hN Lost Night '«*»»-Harry Ted Lflwery, IM| Kew " Maai (M, Brooklyn -- Hocky 18», tuterr*, Pa, Johrinj Lorakerto, U mel, Pa. 1i«).. , Chkago--George Berry, 1M Our. Ind., »nd Norman W»»» 1M, Chicago, drew (I), i Wall : tor CHICK SPECIAL 8c ·UTT ittXIO : AIKANSAS Sara Richardi.-for stardom. , , Perhaps the mn«t hotly contest- New York S Boelon 1 (pleht) ed race of all looms in the new Fourth District, down in South Arkansas. Magnolia and Hope are mentioned close behind Cimden in the title speculation. Each points to the other as the favorite. Oamd«» Vai 6J Gamdeti has a bulging squw) of « 2 i ' but i only sertn lettermen. Most of the experience Is In Ihe bickfleld, but the PaMhers Will have size aplenty up front. An- rherlng the llAe will be Kenneth Deris, 216-pound all-district tac- All.»t«ie fullhuck Chirles Cole, wiw led the state's Class AA scor- ew with I32 points and piled up l.ftt yardl rushing lait year, proj- ieets Magnolia Into contention C«Mh Marvin Undiey ili» his a ftae patter In quarterback Terry «»,, Magnolia tot « pliyert, In. clVwH^f N^*4ll Ml Wr WOT i Jlipe boettj more e*perl«n c e, viI» )0 Mtermen, A Mreni bick- fr*M li Indicate*, but Couch Je* SnliBlnger U'toibtriil about the InlKtt UW. A nued of 90 U i;r.troit It Chicago, both postponed raio, HOUTHEkN AMOCIATION W L Pel, Chattanooga Atlanta .. L 78 New Orleans 78 Memphis 77 Mobile 7« Nashville : 71 Little 'Rock Blrmihuham «5 «8 70 71 71 7S 10 «0 .534 .527 .520 .517 .4811 .452 .411 Monday'* ftenlla New Orleans 4-1 Atlanta 1-2 Mobile 1-13 Birmingham 0-1 Chattanooga 7-1 Memphis 0-1 Little Roth 4-1 Nllhvllle 1-4 The decty of adujt teeth U due to Arfenlami which gain entrinct to the tiny crevlrai, whloh. 4(4 t\- wayt present where the enamel pUtea ire Jelned. workrd* eut, N«t flfured in thi chimelonihlp morning at 9 o'rleck at in(r_.humo 'of Mrs. £oy Bowmin on Orove Street. It was livon r) the Kpis- -».}-»t*)pal Church Guil't. . · . ' j J J Gucsli last wccU in X-e home of Mn. I Frank ncav-r !nd daugh- dSc Wri . hi-lf Wrifht. Totl'l e » » ' 43 t IS' Total* 40 I 10 ·--fiaf« nn Wod'l error for Ktll mr lit 4th. h--"J%n for Clirk in 4th , e--Slmled for Kucah In Hh rt--Slnllfd l"r HMIJpr .In loth. i.--Run fnr Oraun In «th. f--«lruck out fnr Klullt In Ifllh. v--Grounded out far Johnlon In Phlladalphla Ml MO 000 I-J Waihinnon. V" «'» ito o--I IV-WSod, Hllchrnfk, Kiwah «BI-- Wood ». Horlerltln. J»o;t. PhOUy. ·lirlbx, jena^n. ·tunnjl*. Mi1rh' 1 ork 1. Allrotn 1, V«rnon. ftcheln 2rl--Bun- ntlt. K»ilr»r. Bmhy. Hitchc^rk. An- Iroih. V»rnon. JB-Y»St. WB-- l"«ld a . ft-Valo. Vfrijon. .TohMnn. r»P-- Aiiroth an{ HlehUI«; Ho«JJ'«ln. «im- tia'a tM Vemiti. t^f--"lil'«dilr»t« I. Wfih'naten « B^-M«rr«ro . Ku- rah \, Xtllnir l. .!hn«n I. monar t. Wrlihl I H0-K«liner I In 1 in- n'nfc; Kuelb'l In I: Fowler l In r,: lf»»s*r a In 'i: Wrlfhl 0 In I Mir. . p. i, . . MirMrn M. Johnir.il I -I wi_Mirrrri» M-- Cm- rern t in'l^'* JniMunnTin s 1 -Kfllntr M. Kiic-h S- a.Di M«r - - ««. Nar». Me- » ti*lr- nyetlan mtthodi of pr»- ....... _____ .......... ...., ______ .. - struiiH tt thll tlni »re ferdycl narln» a bMt for prtetrvitlea n- ·nd Arniekover, I quired TA dart. ter, Sars. on West Emma Avenue, and were Mls« Dornlhy Verts Miss Ann Verts of .Nelson. Mo. St. fxiiils ^01 nw mw--? 7 Jl Clni-lnnall 201 Oil BOX--I 2J 14 4JX ^loairi and P." nic«. , As part of the ceremony Ifad-. Inr to admission to the bar In Britain, all leeal candidates mint attend » speriflert number of dinners at the inn* of Court, the Brlt- ihn law schools. . They are nieces of Mrs. Dt-n,.... Capt. and Mrs. Harold Shilling 1 and family of Fortress Monroe, | Va., are visitlne Mrs. Shilllnc's!. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M | = Thompfon. At the end n( their leave they will «o lo Fort Bcn- nlng, Ga. The Rainbow Girls, under the leadership of Mm. Freeman Shell. met Saturday mnrnlns In conduct a Tag Day. All proceeds went to the Salvation Army. Joe MnKim, loeal committee rhnlrman. uald he hoped the funds would raise the campajgn fund from $l,10Q.to $1,890, Sprlngdale'l quota. In Britain a convertible auto- moblle la called a 4»rophe»d. OZARR GALLON ki (fun 6k Wipy TOP PRICES for KILLER HORSES t» Mr plot H*OHJ JOPUNKH4| OOYU PACKING CO. IMMtt. 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