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Ervin WbelU IHgtdh, Potif miles east of Pat- Jnos. • 10-31 USED T?REBARGAINS Exceptional values In 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES - Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply Sports in Brief By Unlttd Press SEATTLE, Wash. —Slo Mo-Shun V, piloted by Lou Fagcftl. set a Jicw lap record of 104.773 miles per hour in winning the 90-mile Gold Cup powe:- boat race- for Seattle's Stanley Sayros for the fifth straight year. SPORTS ROUNDUP §1 lAVLt TALiOf AldtfMin Ward Thr«« B, L, RfiTTlQ Attorney V7EISENBERGEB TRAVIS MATH1S EIGHTY aprcs of timber land. Cttlumbla County. For information, write, Jewell Monts, 0380 < Trumbull, Detroit 2. Mich, > . - t-Ot Alderman Ward Pour CHARLES TAYLOR HOMflR SEYERLEY A!d,«rm»n.Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE f, O. (TOP) PORTER OCEAN POUT, N. 3. — Evchihfi Out, with Sddie ArcafO up. defeat' ed Clcaf- Dawn by two Itngths In the: $63,000 Monmotit.h Oaks at Mbnmoulh Park. SOUTH ORANGE. M .t. — Low Hoad defeated Art La.-sen, 11'9. 0-3, G-2, and Ken .TlosPWfill beat Ilex Hartwig. G-2, G-3, 1-1, to ^et Up j.n All-Ati«!traltan men's sing final at the Eastern Grass CoUrt Tcnhis Championships. Louise fcrough ousted Betty RoSehiiueSt Praff, G-3, G-0, and Mnr?atct Of.' borne Dupclit beat Helen Fletcher, 10-8, 0-4, to gain the women's final. Alderman Ward One JrtHS, KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y. — Cold Command won the $28,500 Saratoga Handicap and Summei Tan captui-od the $27,9;30 United Stales Hotel Stakes at Saratoga, » - Help Wanted WAITRESS/warited, apply jln" per* l gort (Only.I,-Mac's Restaurant 40» E. THfrd Si. . . s'..,,» -28-U , 4 South We(nMt'$tr««l , '.Editor, 1 1; P H fcllik«r Mona.lr.9 Mltor jlW. Motmer, .M«eh; Supt. ««'«ee«nd clan- matter' «t .... !o»l«-. «t .,Hop», 'Arhoniw, ffh>>ct • of- Mofch 3, 1 »»7. th» Audit iur««u «f* ifliaHon Rajes (payabl* In od- "^"-* vanee): ,', '' ForR«nl 6 -ROOM -house,'''816 Phone- 7-3X52,' ^GoOdU location'. •-,-'> ,' . . .- J ' ." t 6-ti For State Senate yrth District rjENE LEB! DR; F. C. CROW For City Attbrney C. V. NUNN, JR. CHICAGO — Dogooh . won . the $10,000 Wor.H Memorial and Has seyampa lock the $7,000 'Sheridan Handicap at Washington Park. INDIANAPOLIS. 1ml - — fill Woolsey upset Fold Konno in tK featured 'iOO-meter fveostyle,' rac t at the National A.A.U. svvlh'ithih'i Funeral Directors FURNISHED ,4'Tobms" and /bath, Second, 6t., private'.'entcance'. ',Call, Mrs. .W.'M. - Ramsey/ Phone 7-3329. ' • • ivlO-3t ^uii^—1—:—i- — FURNISHED apartment, 3 rooms; and bath.vAVallable'Aug. J1.-420 Edgewood. Mrs., Ed McCotfkle, Phon9 7-3845' from 8 to 5 or 72775 after'6., - , - ' 10-3t ... . ..'...S,."...'.!4Ki...'.« ..... 13.00 iil^lnjHempstead, NeVodo, • UNFURNISHED ' 3 room „ apartment;.* pVivate' j3aih K rents rea- * 'sohale./lSll' West Avenue B. - ; . " uo-ot HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 lor our agents J15-1 Mo. and diving championships, time was -1:425 Th Real Estate for Sale GOING Qafe business, only cafe , DARTMOUTH, NS.— Marlene Stewart pf Fonthill, On<.. Won th CanadiaM' Women's closed go championships with a Si-hole tota of 232. FURNISHED ;homev'-and, apart- menOApplyC'Middlebrooks. Gror eery,' Phqne ,7-3791. . ,' 10-3t Pres*" r ls 'entitled, «x^ iMmWfrwuMeotion > IflW*?wMra>'lnvM; MY'JIOME> located at 700 "S. 1 Pfne * j lifer block''from school. t New - 'house < less ,thanV2 years'.old,'fyr- dA D«)yle 'Reaves' at Reaves ain'Sfore'. ' : '. 10-3t, FOR SCHOOL BUS . JORDON'S BODY SHOP in town. 60' paved highway frontage, 4-room frame living quarters joins cafe, completely equipped. Walk-in and make money. $2400, good terms 4 ACRES in Hope, nice 4 room frame home and several out- outbyildihgs, $3900, down. $1,000 balance, like rent. 40-ACRE-farm, % mile highway ffdnta'ges, Nice shady 5 room" ftame" house and several outbuildings Springs and nice pond stocked. $3900. $1500 down. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE '' 101 E. Front St. Phone 7-3766 7-3t CHICAGO — Jerry Barber wo the men's professional division o the All-American golf tournamen with an 11-under-par 277 for the'7 holes. Babe Didrikson iZaharia captured the women's pro tit: with a 293. In the anv-iteur uivi ions, Arnold Palmer won the inen's title with a 285 and Mickey .Wright topped the women with V* 315. By JACK HAN5 For QayM falbot COOPERSTOWft ,N. Y. (.*> lfheh Bill Terry played b&H and ianaged the New Vcik Giants. .ey used W say he was the what's in it fo? me" type. e was. But old Memphis Bill, at i, has mellowed. He was back at Cooperstown to* ay to accept in. petsoh his elec* on to baseball's #ill ot Fame nd tickled to death to be present ,"At first 1 uSed to set a litt'e fsgusted at the Way they took efsonalities into cuhFidefatioh. c admitted. "It fot so I almost idh't caf2 if 1 evet did 3?t cleCt- d. Wlieh I WPS named t had to it down nnd think it out and re- lize what.it really mcaht. I doh't how of anything more important int has happened to rn Terry, of course, had his w6rr;t ends with the '.writers r.fter he ucceeded John McGraW as.mah- iger'v otthe Giants. There are ome alive, who, to thiii vory day, 'ill not say a kind Word about 1m. . '"If I had il to do all over again. I wouldn't do anything difffteht," said. "I had a goo-t ball club «.!! the titr.e. They thought a lot of me and I thought .1 lot of them. I did things 'for the.nv and tney for TIC; Miarty Believe Dodgers Will Start Clicking By S6N PHLE6AR Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit iVSshihgton Boston - - t Maybe Iherm Is one thing I'd db differen-," He said. "I probably would have gone' to Clevelahd \vhen I had the . opportunity, before I signed my' last live-year contract with the Giants If I had gone to Cleveland, I 'probably still would tte m baseball '' Did the last .400 hittc,- in the Notional League ,ever have . a hankering to return to the game? "Definitely yes. But I probably never will Every time I star! talking about it my wife, tvvo sons and daughter st.art scie3ming. I was 'offered two shoU aUBrooklyn last yea.- and the year before Charles Dressen took the job. '"Years ago I had another op- or,tunity in Chicago with Ihe Cubs an"d' J almost bought th c Pittsburgh . New Y6tK'fna'de its ttfoye Milwaukee went into' hifihsear late 'la'ft 'month. The clUeslioh how is: Affe the Dodgers eve.- fining to sta« clicking. ' Brooklyn is back with. 'Virtually the same team that pulle^l away from the pack last August afid finished' 13 -gaines .in fi-cht. But only rately this season has it looked anything like the. 1953 aggregation The door to the top has been left wide open ih recent Weeks by tn° first place Giants. After their Juho surge the New Yorker." have rocked along ac a 19-10 clip sines the traditional July 4 turning point. But the Dodgers, ..who trailed, by 2'/2 on Independence Day, still are t h r e (• full ' ?ime's behind. They've won 20 and lost 16 while the Braves have come with a rush. winning 24 and losing 10. to pull within 4^ games of Brooklyn, and 1tf 2 of the- Giants. Brooklyn hopes to get the answer to its vital starting pitcher problem bnight in PIvladelp h i a phla 7 73 71 49 -40 44 30 37 32 77 41 5!) 60 62 72 71 Pet. GB .704 .664 4 .634 7 454 27 .434 29 .415 31 .345 39 .343 39 Yesterday's Results (No |gamfs scheduled! }' '.<»•••. today's Cleveland at Detroit (highl) . •Philadelphia at New York (night) Baltimore at Chicago .< night) Washington at Boston (night) NATIONAL LEAGUE Mew York Brooklyn Milwauke Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh W L 69 41 66 60 44 17 52 57 54 52 52 38 44 04 39 72 Pet. G» .R27 -.600 3 .571 7% .509 13 .477 16'/2 .473 17 .404 24% .331 30& Yesterday's, Games' (No games scheduled) .-' Today's >Gam«s . .. Brooklyn' at Philadelphia (night) Waldo Again Defeats Team Hope Legionnaires again went down in defeat at the hands o« Waldo by a 4-1 decision at Fair park last night. Edsel Nix was the losing hurlfir givmg 'up four runs on nine hits while striking out 9. Hope batters wet-e able to score only one run on seven hits, and Jackson was the leading- hitter... Hope plays 'the Skyliners here? Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in . the last, meeting the Texarkana visitors beat itope. Rocks Finally Win in 11th By The Associated Press Bogged down by a sore-armed ft pitching situation nnd a powder-W puff attack, the Chattanooga Look- . outs are serving as a Springboard or New Orleans' retiun to the Southern Association lond. The luckless Lookouts bowed to heir hit happy visitors from Lpu- siana last night 7-3. It was iho sixth straight triumph for the PC-IS over Chattanooga and gave them a tie for the lead with Atlanta. The Crackers lost to Little ROCK in. 11 innings 10-9 when Ralph At-|» kins clubbed his third homer for INDIANAPOLIS, Ind — Carolyn Green captured her third 1itle at club for 1 the National A.A.U. Women's Swimming ^JV^-G?"^*^"*?' GOOD .thwe - bedroom house, at tic fan, "detached garage, lot 87 x v 150 ft. All in good condition. — Monthly payments $45 00 in eludes Located at Men's' and and i Divifg championships by winning ^he 800 meter freestyle in 10:20.9 and Pat McCormick aUo becamo ,aj^ triple champion by winning thc^ three- meter dive with 563.9 points. Th-j Walter Rjed hospital te&ra />f Washington retained irs team title with 89 points as the meet ,ended SOUTH ORANGE, N..I -* Lew (Hoad ^retained , the , men's s;ingles xrown" at' the Eastern Grass Court Tennis championships by dcfeatir.B his Australian teammate., Ke<i nd* Taxes jKosewall, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3. Louv* TErough won the women's title, de CO. UtA M.ugaret Osborne Dupont <; Pim. SP PR 7-4691 10-3t Services Offered MATTRESS, renoyatlon and Innerspring work Cobb Mattress Co. I 3iq South Washington. Phone 7-2622, . Mar, 4-tf Wonted to Buv TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves - Bargain Shop. 31-TF 8-6, 6-2. million dollars, had money and all, before McKin and Galbreath bought! it." VTm ashamed to s,ay I' seldom ^ Je • a ball game any more.just the World Series, I .did see the playoff game in which Bobby Thomson hit the home run in' '51. One reason is; because I, don't like mght b'alL I think it would be a grand, idea to start playuig a little m.bre in the daytime." How about his famous crack "Is Brooklyn, still in the league?" Is - 1 ' dead? ' , Manager Walt Alston has picked •Johnny Podres to open a twi- garrie seri<is against the Phils. This will be the second lart for the southpaw since an appendix operation. He couldn't make it tho first time, lasting only 3 2-3 innings against St. Louis last week. Podres won seven gatni-s up to mid-June when he wa:, sidelined. Last season as a look'e ho had a 9-4. Dodger,, supporters are juick to point out the bad year Roy Campa- nelfa is having. The big catcher, troubled by an injured hand is 100 behind his 1953 total In runs batted in and more than 100 points below his batting average of last year. But Campy mainly was just another gun in what already was the most posve:ful attack in Hie league','and his cohoits—Duke Snider, Carl Furillo, Jackie Raoinson and Gil Hodg'is—are st'll doing all right oy last • year's standards. The Dodgers would ap t )eia- to have a slight break over the Braves and Giants on the remaining schedule. They havo ( 21 games with first division clubs. 12 ot them are' in Ebbets Field and they have 10 games left-with their most fa- New" YpTk'.'at-.jPittsburob. - (night) Chicago' at' Ci'ricirinati Xnighl) MilwaukSerarSt. Louis (night) SOUTHERN JASSPCJ AT I ON t Atlanta i : " New ..'.Orlbans- Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Mobile Little Rock Nashville W L 72 49 72 43 G9 52. 63 58 the Travelers. Nashvills owned its first 59 '51 5 47 GO 7'2 71 Pet. GB .595 .305 '.570 3 .521 9 .496 12 .415 22 410 22'/j .398 23M; Yesterday's Results- Little. Rock 10, Atlanta 9 New Orleans 7, Chattanooga 3 Nashville 11-7, Mobile 10-4. Birmingham 4-5, Memphis 1-8 Today's Games Atlanta at Little Roiik Birmingham at Memphis Mobile at Nashville • ' New ; Orleans. at Chattanooga. COTTON STATES LEAGUE ',W L Pet. GB five- game"" wTnnlng skein since .May after scoring its second .straight double'-victory over .Mooi.e 1MO and 7-4. Birmingham defeated Memphis: 3-1 in ;4he first game o. • ajdoubleheader but lust to tne Chicks 8-4 in the nightcap. . • Lefty Bob Schultz garnered his 36th pitching triumph for New Orleans, scattering nine Chattanoo-fi ga safeties. . . At Little Rock, Atkins tic-a the Bl '6re 8-8 in. the bottom o f the ninth with his second home run ol the game and homered again his next time at bat to .win. for tho Travs in overtime. The Southern's slugging champion, Nashville's Bob Lennon, moved to within three homers of the all-time league mark of 5- when he belted his 49th in the first game triumph over Mobile. MaeicGSs" 1 El ; Doraido Greenville Meridian Pine Bluff Monroe Hot Springs elybody says they beat vis out of thle pennant. that year but I al v>ay.s 'thouKht we beU curselver, l'ia..'l'ik'e to that one to play oVef again." final question, ivlr. Terry: Before the French entered Indochina, there were three . kingdoms: Annam which included the present territories ot Tonkin, Annam and Cochin China; Laos and Cambodia. the Giants going to make it? . .- think- they will, But, if Thorn- ifon could get back in -regular Mil" couid get back in there." didn'i.even mention Brook- 69 65 136 43 44 28 32 37 43 58 59 74 .633 .637 4>/ 2 .554 13.~ .426 26 427 26 .275^ 41'/2 lyn. REFRIGERATION CO, West for THi' BEAUTY BOX ' ' \ Open, 6, flay* «89b W^k •} ', .'•QperfttorsV't'i' " Ruth HQ0l5cher, M444t*« and growth ot cut over timber , A n y wnete ln Southwest Ards. Will pay top prices. Photfe 7-2228 qr see Ralph Saunders, J12-1 Mo CATTLE Frame for 1951 Ford Pick-up. L. C. Kennedy, Phone 7-9956, Hope, Arkansas. 10-31 The Negro Community Notice f jy MM* PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK » Ark, TO LEASE, 80 acre farm, good pasture for 25 Brood cows, 2 broiler houses, 5,000 to 6.000 capacity. Home with all conveniences. To responsible couple or small family. Sterling Cook. Old Highway 67, near Experiment Station. Phone 7-4975. 10-3t Mrs. Bettle Shaw, a native of Hope died in Little Bock Saturday August 7. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. frs C«mple pair*, Ne Re- New and Highway 67 W«|t Dial 74 Hop»/.Ark. i«j«y Bating At WE OAKS Stand S,CURVE 3rd & Shover Mrs. Sarah Hopkins of Nashville died Saturday, August 7. Funeial arrangements are incomplete The P .T. A. of Clow Training School is sponsoring a literary program in the School Auditorium - 1954, at 8 p m. Panel "What Can Be Pqne Dickey, Terry Placed in Hall of , COOPERSTOWN,' N.'Y., , (UP)latest 'Hall rf'.Famp ' . ojjremp'nies ' priced an. opjmys- tic report from Commtesiont'' 1 Ford ' burgh 20 times. This year the podgers stand 10-2 with the last place club.'' Milwaukee has. the most games left, 47, and the most home gamer. 25. The Braves also have the fewest against first Uiviskm clubs, 17. But they have to play 12 more with St. Louis and the Cardinals sjways hive been tough for Mil- wauke. .. Nine games remain between the Giants a^l Dodgers, six of them in Brooklyn. The Giants also have 12 left with fourth place Philadelphia , and five with Milwauke, The Giaifs stop'off for a single garf>e"in Pittsburgh tonight and tho Jra.ves' open, a three-game set in St. Louis. ' . In the American League the New York Yankees, now four games tack of Cleveland, start a string Of L J5' games against second division foes b'y entertaining the adelpW'a Athletics Clevc land " to Detroit and third place •; • Yesterday's Resujts Monroe'"S, - Hot Springs 2 Pine Bluff 9, Meridian 4 f El Dorado 3, Gre>nville 2 Today's Games Hot .Springs at Monroe . Greenville at El Dorado Meridian at Pine Bluff By The Assoclared Prrss AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 3, All-Stars 2. : TEXAS U'EAQViE Houston P, Dallas 7/; ','.' Oklahoma City 4, '''Beoumont 3. Shre'vep'oi:t' 3, Tulsa T. Foi\t 'Worth i>, San Antonio 1. With Frick' and a humble speech from one of its newest members, former First Baseman ,BJ}1 Terry. Frick, in openins yesterday's; an uua,l festivities at baseball's rtp ognized birthplace, declared tha "baseball still is in its infancy.' The commissioner then cited a &ur,vey by the Gallup showing (hat- "15 year-. Institute »go, only Watch Repair eed Pre- Special. your watch in it* Jewelry August 19 discussion To Improve The Relationship Between School A nd Community? Participants are as followers; Mrs Florine Walker, Miss Lucille Carvin, Mrs. Virgie L. Grays, Mrs Bailie V. White, and Mrs Irene Mays. The public is invited. Committee: Mrs. Vada O, White, Mrs Eva Gamble and Mrs. Maggie Rogers. Rev. W. L. Nelson, President. TfEMlTIS l ' Fer Complete Parts anjl - ^ Service fpr ,«.»,, New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors seven per cent of the pupulatioi v,-as interested in baseball, whik today that figure is 47 per .cent.' following his introduce! y state rnent, F»iek presented Tury am Bil} Dickey, former star catcher ar\d manager of ' tN Now- YorH Yankees, to the , crowd They*, ?long with the late Kal)|>U Maram will be at 'home against Baltimore, The White Sox trail by seven. In other action Chicago will be „. Cincinnati tonight in the National League and Washington at Boston in the American for a day n|ght doubleheader. Cut on Foot •'•:••• VANCOUVER, B.C. W)—Did''John. Landy, Australia's premier rhiler,' run the "Miracle Milo" ! of the British Empire Games, here last Saturday^ \yith four sjiichcs holding, a deep cut ' in his right foot clos PHILADELPHIA <*> -Roy Mack gets ajotfalce to put: his .cards* 1 on^J*tfe table today at ;a meeting With |two i/ealthy PhNadelphions seekhjg to jbuy the Philadelphia Athletics baseball team. I Haffoy.'Syllc. a diug chain executive, joins With financier Albert M. ffiree4field_':Jn talks iwith the executivei.vice-presiden'tiof the A s. Sylk a'nd. Greenfield hoad a group of forncAfJ*"''civr<? leaders seeking t okeep>> the A's franchise from passing, "to out-of-town' -inter-^ ests,' : Arnold Johnson, a Chicago businessman, has offered to buy ti-.<J team and move it to Kansas City. Estimates of Johnson'3 offer hava ranged as'high, as 4'/o million dol- 'sylk said he didn't believe Joht'B- spn had offered that much for tho team, adding: "We 1 r» prepared to make a fair offer for iho Athletics, . r.bit :a fantastic one," Sylk .said he expects a full financial from Roy at today's'meeting . ,Roy, k 'his brother and .partner, and' their dad, Connie Mack, \ijle, were into the Hall of , fame by the Baseball WrHejs as' .,j»4»n« p . Fallin Tractor Co, Ark. Mrs. Selena Webb of Hope died at her home Sunday. August 8. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, sociation earJy year.' 5AUSMAN WANTED — We need two rof» who are free IP tra.vpj to do riwl s^leswork. E|ruln|[s above average. Must h»ye e'er! We train anfl nay y&u *W^ traiate ^oui4 elso «nj nm Jn ? protected , ,?w personal inter, r- V- C. S'^^r^- It Jfjw HgtUt Row m (rw M. An .^ ^-1.' LI. O. Will Trotter of Columbus died at his Home Sunday, August 8. Funeral arrangements are incomplete _ There will be a Televised Election party given on. Hicks Funeral Home lawn Tuesday night, r August 10 For benefit Betyel AME Church. The publip »s invited to attend to see and hear the rpsults of the election starting at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Josla Hlgbtower of Richmond. C»W, is v ^«^« relatives and friends, introducing Terry, who compiled a, lifetime major league bat- Ung average of ,341, Frick said he thought the former playei-man- flger of the New York Giants "should have been In tho hall a Jong time ago," • Terry, oHen' accused ot being uncooppraU/e with • baseball writers during his days with the Giants, was visibly moved by the introduction. ,, , , ' *'j didn't know I would fee} this," he suid. f'l don't know kept me out of the hell boJora this. now thut I am in, 'J want to 'World' Golf Starts CHICAGO W — International matches, a sort-of nttenl'on-hold- ing device Abridging the Alt-American arid "World" golf tournaments, tegm to'dfiy ^t Tam O'Shanter Country Club. ; The intei national competition toy pits eight leading foreign pro- tession^ls agaiiwt ?i?ht Amei leans in 18 holes of alternate-shot match will play foursomes. ,Tne satoe pros tomorrow wind up the special meet, held for the first time this yeai, with singles match play. The two-day competition i precedes the, ~$J65.QQO "WqiJd" finale to prompter George S., May's two- v/ejpfc extvavnganza 9t Tam Sand ^ -ran second to Dr. Roger"Ba"nisster of Ensland in the "Miracle Mile," said lait night it wasn't so,, that U was "completely and 'Tuiterjjtj! 'gilly" for artj-body, to think* ri'eco^ld'run ; uhder'those circumstances. • '•' . But Dr. Ken Young of the University of British Columbia health service said a member of his staff doctored a "nasty gash" on the sole of Lundy's foot Thursday, Friday and : Saturday;. > Joining the "Landy had' a bad 1 foot club" were Bannister; Andy O'Brien, sports editor of thp, Montreal Star; and Jack 'Sullivan, sports editor for the ' Cana'dian Press. Bannister wan the "Miracle Mile" ..in 3:58.0 sonie five yards ahead of Landy, who had U 4 d most of the way. Landy was timed "in :59.6, Sr. : are necjc-deep, }n financial tioubles. After 54 years of operating the Athletics, the family faces sale of the club or possible bankruptcy. Earle says there isn't a dime in the till and the Macks are done in.Philadelphia. The answer to the A's "stay or move" problem rests with Roy who| h.as an option to buy stock owned by Earle and Connie, Sr. They have said they want to sell their shares. Roy says he wants to re- tarn control of the club or make spine deal" to 'stay, .in, b;psel}a.U. ;: Syil?'origiaally said if lie bought the club, he would want complete control but yesterday that if Roy wants to indicated stay as q minority stockholder and n member of the board of directors, tha might be arranged. thsnk God for it." wen La CaiMja, co»<* oftly the All-American tourney, by Jerry .Baibei' of , T flelT'c/ aboutOO - men pros — 40 exempted player^ 22 foreign champs and the 25 low scorers iii the All-American—i>«gin shooting to the rich "Wo*W" tourney Yankees, h.e received MS replica of a plaque . that will be, jn, in honor, "I played agatn&t so many men wh,9 are no\y in JJte Hall pt Fam*" he commented. «J A«?ver thought that l would, have tl>? Uwjii) ol be ing- there myself." an. . CME Church will rehearse night, August », »t 7:3Q worth ISOiodO? c'ash"ana v a $50,000 ex- hlbUion cont^aet. Simultaneously, women pros and men and women amateurs will be |9f th^ 1 ' sp^P'wl crowns. Ft, Smith Juniors in Regional Play AUSTIN, ex. Wl — Fort SmiU;, he Arkansas champion of Amerjt can Legion jujiior basftball, will £lay the OoHes of New Qrle,ans in the opening round of tha icgional ' tournament here Thursday. ' i] The winner of th.3 Fort Smith New Orleans game will play the v,inner of a Pallas-Meridian, Miss-, game and the losers will play each other in the double elimination, tournament. Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Brooklyn — Walter Cartier, J82, New York, drew with Ted Olla, 162, Milwaukee 10. New Yovk—• Danny Jo Fprcz, 139, New Yorkj stopped Dickie Wong, i?8'/ s , Hono.ulu, 2. Oakland, Calif. — Cnsey Jones JJ9, San Francisco, stopped John ny Ortega, 113, Alameda, Calif., 9. Los Angeles — Manny Renteria. J35V4, Los Angeles, outpointed Freddie Babe Herman, 143, Lo'3 Angeles, JO. DiothlOv«r thf Notion |y Rain Postpones Little Loop Flay Top Radio Program! njght foreed postppnement ol opening p| tlte Mttl^ fe^RR tional baseball tournament jn toiwgUt's opening Ljttle last NEW YOJRK W— Selected programs tonight: NBQ — (i U Happens to Vpu; Dragnet; 8:30« ptars From Paris. CBS — g People^ Are Funny; 6:3.0, Suspense; 7; 30 Carson Shpw. ABC T- 5: SO 6 Jack Gjegson 7 W^.^^^f^-f'''^' MS AS SSStiSU OXAIUtlltl Tuesday, August 16, I JUST DREAMED I BOUGHT /"" ( BLONDlp-I'M /^A RICH MAM- ,1JUaT PREA V1 MADE A ' A MINK COAt AND A DIAMOND NECKLACE A CONVERTIBLE THAT'S JUST LWE A WOMAM Answer t&Jrey!oU9gu|il« Screen Actor 10 Rainbow . t. 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