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fT-f y a^^C':* H$ftt STAR, H FIED HOMES ebpy until & p. m. for ' following ddV. , t vr«serv«. the- rlohf to it <,all,«ddv*rtl»wi«rtt** Of- 1 llcotlon dhd,4o,,f*|»4t •lop* Star. ^P?!?,A n 6r r 4NW> 2 UW DEf ROIT JEWEL <3A§ RANGES Oklahoma Tire &-Supply, Ihgtoh, Heifer yearlings. Inquire Maggie Davidson, Waslv ,t(?fld .Jersey cows and seven Halves, if interfestod se'e O, L..Harris, Route 1, Hope, 7% miles/,S^uth on Highway 29. 16/31 UNFUltMtSHED.fi room house, gar- ige, 'Vncant Augi 24th. Convenient "bctl-y, (fhtirchos, and school. Photie MICE grocery store and fixtures. Good business on Highway 07. If interested call 7--2723. 17-Ot RI2G1STE11ED Guernseys, Bred heifers cowsi bull calves. Hale Guernsey Farm. Prescott, Ark. 17-3t room home, hard wood floors, ;„"" ^enpj,ian blinds, street paved, -<clo6e-fn. Paid on 5 years. $450 do\yn/$40 per month. G. I. Loan. t"See owner, 106 South Spruce St. 18-31 SEVEN Geese. Phone 7-3804. 1100 South Grady St. Mrs. Barnym, 18-3t ,' Edifor w l, Publlib.?.' *nt>,'iMono9lni Editor DoVlf,f AdY*rtlf|,na,.M * v'iM'T'''-."'"""'.'" ' 3.0" Nevada, LiyiNG room furniture, 1 bedroom suite, 1 oversize Hollywood bed, 1 chrome^dinctte sutye, electric range and,r«frigerator. Call'7-4586.' 18-4t Notifce .00; all- rcfiigeratod ings,^ -foam pillov/s. ?'B<aey' "UK new courC" $1,00. References, Citi FARM AGENCY Local Office Moved to THE OAKS COURT. ' .August 19 ' WE NEEDrFARMS TO SELL DuShane 17-Ct Licensed. & Bonded to, give a. Square Deal to- All.- Wanted to Buy TjOjBUY Men's Used Shoes. Reaves <• ^-Bargain; Shop.';,J^/J' '°< J^^^ steel-Ipdustw -. k 7-212.4 AD-1 Mo." TF itti tout roorti' house, electricity, gns. Near <JHy limits. Old high• ••• Ph. 7-2243. ifi-ot ,ARGE1 house. Vacant September Istl -Wicle Wnrren, Phone 7-254? or; 7'2086. 10-6t DuplpJt.;'teach three rooms with • bath. 1 . Gfinvenient to shop- pirtg center,; churches and business district. Phone 7-2285 for 7-3S78. 18-fit UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, jrlvate bflth.' Convenient to churches,; school, Phone Pr. 7-3578. 18-6t GODBOLD Apartments. Nicely fur nished 3 rooms and breakfast nook. Private bath and carport. %' block from town. Adults only. 321 West Second street. Call 73314. 12-3t MODERN house, furnished or un- fitrrtished. Four rooms and bath, Large yard and garden space. Owner leaving 7-3735. town. Phone 18tf Otters Clint to Lend in Cotton States By The Associated PrtsS Cotton States League SPORTS Wonted To Renf HOUSE, contact Jess Pendcgraft from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone. 7-371.1, 17-tI SeryicQt Offered MATTRESS '-renovation and Innerspring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 3J6 South' 'Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf Cbmmiinity By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items;to Miss Turner at'Hicks Funeral Home averaged more than 20 run 1 ? pet? game last night in ono of the wild* est'evenings of he 1954 season. First place El Dorado — with Pel Austin hitting three-- blasted fivehome runs in outsluggin:* Pine. Bluff 13-10. Hot Springs ended n IS-game losing treuk in routine; Meridiuti 15-7 with Manager Jackie Sales swatting a grand slam home run in the first inning to open the fire-w.orks. Second place Greenville kept pace with El Dorado, winning 12- d as Monroe contributed 10 errors to the Buck victory. Grcnvillc trails the leaders by one and one- halC games. Dick Eaton pounded three sin- files and a double to Ipad the 14-hit Grenvillc attack, but errors, figures in all Buck scoring drives except one. A crowd of 850-swellcd by a free night-watched Hot Springs explode to snap its losing streak. After a five run first frame, sparked by Bales'; grand slammer, Bud Miller hit a homer with two on. in the second nnd the home team scored six times m the third on four hita, including a triple by Tom Burks. Hot Springs owner Charlie Wiliamson — in honor of tho victory after 1.5 defeats announced he will ooen the gates free again to- light." It'was the second time this season that Pel Austin hit three liome runs in a game. His first home run last night camo with two on in the first; the second came with the bases empty in tho third and the fourth with the bases bare in the sixth. Frank Walenga hit a two-run home run lor the Oilers and Bil Adair hit one with none on. Dan •» *AVL« By dayle Talbot NEW YORK iff)— The hews from, Melbourne that the Australian Lawn Tennis Assn. nas temporarily voted down a motion to censute that country's Oayis Clip captain, Marry Hoprrtah, bears Out private advices that opposition tb • Chester ,-L, Bowles, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Charlie Bowles has returned home from A. M. & N. Col lege ' Pine Bluff • where he spent four years doing his college work. Mr. Bowles finished in the field of Business of Administration and w.islies to encourage all of the boys and g!r,ls College. to attend A. M. & N. Wilson and .,, r* arid' M£i/;, Ray Wilson aj. St. < 6ilis,-Mp.r,' l a,re B visiting their *par- ''>.<£.**' i\/r« * «J.,j* 'n<r.. n XT \JLJ xirnr.'«« t P «ri> ^ -a &r& ^ ?T JS (5Cif,W« IT^ \j- > ~* , i*' t * Ti *•* — — »'—Capacity of''prWuce 1,550--poutids'^nt, Mr., and Mrs, N. W. Wilson, o2f steel per person in the coun- nd 'other relatives. year. IERYICE - For Repairs, Genuine Singer farts/, and, rental machines ;;siN<|6ir " >wing Cenfer. jFriee! E^imafes I* IglfltlHfff, Hop,* Builder'^ Supply Co Phone 7-2381 CO. 4999 THE BEAUTY BOX . .' "Air.Condltioned". Open 6 days each week ', . . Operators ; . . Ruth Hoelscher, Model James f and Evelyn Moore ai? south Main PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK ir Pwk Pre»cott, Afk. Complete Re* pa|ra. New ati^ Used Parts, . 6? West Dial 7-3767 Hppe, Ark. TME OAKS Gatta hit a home run for Bluff. Pint 2000 Hops Perish in Canadian Fire, MONTREAL —</B — A two-hour fire destroyed a hog and sheep stable in the Montreal, Stockyards last night, killing some 2,000 squealing nnimals awaiting slaughter and causing damage estimated ta more than a million dollars. Fireman feared' tho heat-maddened hogs, sheep nnd calves, in side the two-story brick building would escape and run beserk through the yards but the building collapsed on top of them. man's methods has grown so strong he has little dhahce of lolding the job beyond next win? ;er's Challenge Round, ho matter 1 what the result. The motion to censure the tennis martinet was nia-.te by. Normari Strange, the head cf Australians telephone system and a hghly in* fluontial man. He objected to some remarks made by Hopman after one of-his players. Ken Rosewall, had been beaten by Jaroslay Drobny in the recent Wimbledon inal. It was decided to shelve the matter until Hopm an's return lome from this countcy. It was only by the bare margin of a 3-2 vole by the cup selectors that Hopman was permitted to captain the present Aussie team Which is playing in the National Doubles Championships. this wek at Brookline. Since then one of his strong supi-iorters, Harry Itt. has resigned at the age of (14, and in formed opinion is that his successor, Judge E. A. Dunphy, will be found in, the anti-Hopman camp the next time around. One of the count*'.against Hopman, we learn, is the growing belief that he docs not aif lally cease to be a -workinK tennis journalist: during the months h<! is leading the Aussip team on it.* annual tour across Europe and America. This, it is realized, could prove embarrassing if the tennis association of this or any other country should ever make an issue of it. • Each year, it seems, Harry formally takes a leava of absence from sports writing when the team leaves Australia, .thus conforming to one of the game's oldest rules. From that point on tho string of papers which normally carry the Hopman "by-line" report the day- by-day doings of the Aussie stars in Paris, London and New York under the enigmatic heading "from a special correspondent." The only thing the anti-Hopmans don't like about that is the curious circumstance that this particular correspondent is the only one of any description who obtains daily interviews of some length not only with the team captain but will those of his players who happen to be in the news. Such is his diligence and industry that he otten appears to be capable of reading Hopman's most secret thoughts. York JJrpqkiy,n Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis <fhica.go, Pittsburgh W. L 71 44 70 47 66. 48 56. 58 50. 62 Pet. GB .0.17 .598 .579, .491. 14 ; V 2 .475 55 61 .474 16, 1 , 40. 71 .393 !{G 44 73 ,376 28 Bewildered Bums Beateni by Braves By S6M. PHLEGAR Press Sports Writer x-'s. Results. .Chicago 5-6, Cincinnati Orl N'iaw York 8, Philadelphia 3 Hittsburgh 4, Brooklyn 2 St. Louis 4, Mifwaukee 1. Today's Games Philadelphia at New York Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (night) St. Lpuis at Milwaukee (night) Cincinnati at Chicago Three years ago Branch Rickey invijted a group of sports writers to attend the 1954 World Series in Pittsburgh.' The only way Pittsburgh wilj see the 1.954. World, Series is by television. Butithe old master's amazing ' assortment of- greying veterans! and.:.-fuzzy-£h'eeked youngsters apparently, is going to have a. lol to say about where the series will be played-. The last-place Piratss own today's longest winning streak in the National League five games, including a 4-2 triumph last riigki over the bewildered Brooklyn Dodgers. Pittsburgh had won 9 of its last 11, the best record by a Pirate team since 1049.. The Dodgers had reason to ba bewildered. This was their second ss in Forbes, Field in . seven arts, this season. In 1.9,52 p.nd 1953 icy lost there only twice. Pittsburgh's streak became the AMERICAN. LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Cleveland N.ew York Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore S3 33 .716 81 37 .686 3 76 44 .633 9 32 64 .448 31 49 60 .426 33 Vo 48 67 .417 34'/a 39 77 .S36 44 39 73 .331 45 . Yesterday's Results Boston 4, Washington 3 Cleveland 4, Detroit 3 . New York 11. Philadelphia 1 Chicago 2-3, Baltimore 0-1 Today's Games. New York at Philadelphia (Night) Detroif. at Cleveland. Chicago at Baltimore (night) Bpston at Washington (night) SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mrs. B. B. Woods of Fulton. Mrs, Frankio L, Alexander of ittlp Rpck is visiting her mother, trs, Martha Wilson, and other rc- Ttivcs. B. B. Chapter^Order of the East- rn Star No. 41 Jf will meet Wedncs- ay night, August 18, at Bee Bee /lemorlal CME Church. Asking all fficers and members to be pre- ent and on time; 7:30 p. m. Pfc. Horaqe Ferguson, son of Mr. nd Mrs,, Hartwell Ferguson of Fillon has been assigned to the 101st Vrtillery, Airborne Division at Fort aqkson, S.C, Ltitla Rose Mary, Mrytle Anne nd Peter White have returned to heir home in Dajlas, Texas after pending the ^summer with their 'rand mother,' They were accom- home by their grand mother FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING „ , SEE JORDON'S BODY SHOP '500 8. Walnut . Petterson of : St. 'Loins Mo. is visiting her sister. Mrs. Maggie Green and other re-' latives in Fulton. Bettye J. Jerguson has returned to her home after a brief visit in West Dallas, Texas. Mr. Butch Phillips has returned to his home in Chicago, 111., after a brief visit, with his sister-in-law Mrs. L. A. Sloan of Fluton. iii Brief J CLYELAND, O,, —(UP — Al Rosen; forced out of- the Cleveland lineup last night because of bursitis in his right shoulder, .hoped to return, to r action against Detroit today. . . • Rosen received a cortisone in jection: 'yesterday. Be : explained he had suff.ered from bursit.L; ha IjHO and pripbably had brought on a new; attack "\yith,, a .rtiylng stcn, GL IT. GB New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Little Rock Nashville Mobile 80 52 78 5371 59 65 64 64 60 55 75 54 65 54 77 .412 25 & .606 .585 1>, .546 8 .504 13! .492 15 .423 25 Yesterday's Results Little Rock 9, Mobile 3 Atlanta- 5, Chattanooga 4 Nashville 3, Birmingham 2 New Orleans 5, Memphis 4 Today's Games Little Rock..at, New Orleans (2 Memphis at Mpbi.le '''•'•'••. Chattanooga, at .Birmingham • J2 Nashville at';A ; tianta '.'•'.-'- .':i'-'- LEAGUE; El Dorado : Greenville Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff - Hpt Springs 73 36. 72 38 59, 50 31 6P 45-64 29 81 Pet. GB ,G70 .541 14 .459 23 .413-28 .204 44 '/ Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd & Shaver Repair Guqrgnteed Pre-' School Special. Bring your watch in I Keith's Jewelry Haynie-Hamllton . Vows Pledged Miss Ida Rae, Hamilton, daughter of the late Sam C. Hamilton and Mrs. H. H. Graham, became, the bride of Bob G. Haynie, son of'Mr. and Mrs, Loyd Haynie, at a ceremony performed at the First Methodist Church at ten o'clock on the morning of August 14. The Rev. W. D. Golden officiated at the double-ring rites. Preceed- ing the ceremony Mrs. A. Dudley Gordon, organist, performed "Med- .tation" by Sturges. The traditional wedding marches were used and MacDowell's "To a Wild Rose" was played during the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage |jy her cousin James Hamilton Dill of Nashville,. Tennessee, and Mrs. Robert N. Robertson . of Prescott was matron of honor. Loyd Haynie served his son as best man, After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs, Brad Hamilton. Following the reception Mr. and Mrs. Haynie left on a motor trip. After August 25 they will-be at home in Paxton, Illinois near where he is stationed at Chanutc Air Force For Complete Part? and Servlge for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractor? r Write FaUJn Tractor Co* Magnolia, Ark, nle and Termite Owned end Operated by ed a tea at'the Home o"|.1Pres!dent nnd Mrs. Silas .. Snow in Conway. Thursday. honoring^ the, §rAd ua ti. I }S oias5 of. State Teachers College. Phey were accompanied to Little, iock by their, grandson, J.ohnny, vho lias been their guest for the past two weeks. . Mr, and Mrs, C. M. Hirst of-Wash- ngton, !D.:Q. .visited friends and relative's.here'Friday:. i Mrs. Frank Tiirbervjllp is the euest,of relatives in Houston ( , Mf. ahd r Mrs.' George Havnie of iittl^ Pock .attended the IJaynjer Hamilton w.eddirig on Saturday. | Rpv. R. D. Noien and Bob Nolen of Houston, were, Fyidny visitors Parks Re-Unlpn JVtr. and Mrs. Thomas Parks and son, Jimmy, entertained with a buffet supper at their home on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. The occasion was g Parks family re? union, .Those attending were Mr. and Mrs, Johnny Stednitz of Gurdoa Mrs. John Hunt, Joe and Lennle pf Dallas, Mrs. Dale Hart of Biloxi, Mrs. Efi'ie Parks, Mrs. Billy Don Simpson and Mike and Mrs Jak$ Bjifprd,. M» - . and Mrs. Ben Hiftes of Camden and Mr. and, G. W, Als- pawgh of El Dorado were the Saturday guests of Mrs. Cleo Hjnes and attended the wedding., Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White and Miss Jo Ann White ol Littto sp,ent the weekend with W>'. am Mjg. Loyd payn,ie and Mrs. W. R White. They also attende4 the Hay- wedding pa Saturday, Yesterday's Results HotSprings 15, Meridian? ;' El; Dorado 13. Pine Bluff 10 Greenville 12, Monroe C oday's Games Meridian at Hot Springs Greenville at Monroe El. Dorado at Pino.Bluff By THE, ASSPQIATED. PRESS Amer-ican AsSofllajlion, Columbus 4-5,' Kansas City 2-2 St. Paul 4, Louisville 3 Indianapolis 4, Charleston 2 Mjnneapjjlis. 7, Toledo 1 Texas League Dallas 7, Fort Worth 5 Tulsa 6-3, Oklahoma City 2-8 Houston ,4, Beaumont! V Shreveppirt ^1-3, San An'tofiioi.6 Mr,s. D.allis Atkins spent last in Little, Rock. Miss, Claudia, Price returned to, her hooi.e in Monticello on Friday after a visit \y,Hh M.r. a;jd,.M.rs, D,, L. 'MpRae Jr., Mrs. McRae and, Mrs. 0- fe, McRa.e Si:., aceonipanied lier to Caijvdfn Jimmy' Greespn of IyjtW«l 51P9H is the. guest of, his cousin, Martin Gilbert;, ., Mr, and Mrs, V. I.. Gurdoo were the of- Mr. a!>d;M£s,.L, Mrs, Dwight was tih^ Mrs. ' of o( Mindert, T<a. ; of, M^. ,aj)d Mr .and M/S, Rerbjsrt Da,wspji Jr. hav,e retiyned tiom e. wadding trip through the Q*,arks and, wer@ the guests of pa/anfcs, M,r, and Mji-s.' A./E, MjeGuj.re, and M,i}dred Dftw their home io ^ as, their weeke»4 Mrs t nolja W\r,4 Mr. Miner a_o t d S9» , Urs.u>o, . 0* Fort Way^e, Ind. Carmen Ba sijio, 15Q'/a,' Cana'stota,' N.Y., stop ped> Ronnie 'Harper, 153 1 /., Lc gan, W. Va., .2- Detroit—Bob Ros.sie^ 150'/ 2 , dar Rapids, la., outpointed. Chuc Price, 146'/ a , Detroit, 6. in Sunday's game." Rosen, who played in every or of the Indians.' 155 games last yea when he was, designated the mp valuable player in the America League, colle9ted only five hits i hjs last 55 times up. He was r placed by veteran Hank Majesk Santa Barbara, Califc, (UP) ~ Mrs,; Louise Ma^hevv«, mother of lyJJhyauke Bnavcs' thif.d, baseman Eddie Mathews, revealed last niglit that the Braves' third- baseman Eddie Mathews, revealed last night Eddie Mafhews, revealed last nignt ongest when the raves were beaten Milwaukee 4-1 by St. ouis, ending a .nine-game string 'he f league-leading New Yorl Hants beat Philadelphia 8-3, put ng them .two games in front, o rooklyn, 4>/2 ahead of the Braves ' Max Surkont, one o" the pitchers Milwaukee decided, it didn't need ils season, beat the Dodgers on ye hits. Frank Thomas, drove in iree of the four runs. Johnny Antonelli, also trade way by the Braves during th vinter, won his 13th sjamo agains liree losses for the Giants. Bobby lofman-drove in four runs 'wit pair of homers and a single iVillie Mays smi'shcd a triple aiv hree singles in four times up unning his hitting streak to 18 ;ames. In the American League, the >Icw York- Yankees won their eighth in a row, 11-1 over Philadelphia, and again failed to close he Hire-game gap on the Cleveand Indians, who carne from be- land in the last, of''the ninth and nipped Detroit 4-3 for their seventh straight. ; . • Both Chicago: teams won dou- ale-headers. The Cubs whipped Cincinnati 5 : 0 and 6-1. The White Sox defeated Baltimore 2-0 and 1. Boston edged Washington 4-3 in .heir private battle for fifth place n the American L'eague. A single by Bobby Avila with .he bases loaded in the ninth Drought victory to the Indians after Detroit twice had held one- run leads. Bob Lemon, who won iis 17th game, drove in the tying r(Jn in 'the ninth with a single. Lemon "has eight victories in the last four weeks. . ';". The Yankees turned ; an easy victory; into a ruanawy at Philadelphia; with six runs in tho ninth inning. ; Bill Skowron's pijich-hit. grand-slam homer was t!?e big blow. ;Billy Pierce and Virgil Trucfcs combined for the White Sox' shutout victory over Baltimore. • Pierce, who struck' out five in a row at one point,. was. lifted after walking two men in tha eighth. The Sox beat Bob Kuzava for the. second: time in i week in the nightcap with an 11-hit attack. A pinch homer by Joe Frizici with two aboard in the seventh brought Jim Wilson his first de feat. Wilspp had... won eight foi Mijwauke, four of- them shutoutf and one a no-hitter, Bx'ooks Law- Lea SHU Has Giants Will Win By ED CORRIGAN NEW YORK (/P)— He's not quite so confident as he was back around he All-Star Game, but Manager ,eo, (Shakcwell)' .bliroehor of the 'lew York Giants has hot exactly counted his club out of the Na- ional League race. "I know we've lost that fat citsh- on we had," he sighed today as he prepared to send the Giants against..the' Philadelphia Phill.ies. 'But 'the fact is we're* still in front and we've got as good a chance as anybody, it's .really .a nnw : ser.- son with Borne 40 games to go." Durocher was glad.) to see the Phillies arrive last, night, ospccial- y sihce he was unlikely to see heir ace, Robin Hobeitrf, who .amed the Brooklyn Dodgers Sunday. The Phillies have been as easy as pie for the Ginats and ast night's 8-3 triumph wns their sixth in a row over them. The Lip has been criticized from everyone right up 10. his own front office for changing tho Jinrmp around too much, but as he said "We've got to get some runs. Therefore Hay Katt will be our catcher from now on. Bobby Hofman who got three-for-four and tnocked in four runs will not stay on first base. Whitny Lockman is my first baseman," That means that Wes Westruvn, Whose baiting averago is an anemic .196, goes back to the bench— the spot he was consigned to before the season opened, and Hofman to his pinch-hitting chores. "I just wanted Lockman to take it easy for a few days," raid Durocher. "I told him t wanted him to take a complete rest and not play any ball. Also, Henry Thompson will be back at third base." Man to Trial on Robbery Charge LITTLE ROCK (ff)— William H. Jack McCord of North Little Rock has been placed in Pulaski lounty Jail to wait trial on a charge of robbery. McGord, 24, had been free on $10,000 bond but was returned to iail after Bondsman Ted Hood asked for a withdrawal of the bond ne had posted. ..The North Little Rock man is charged with the robbery of Rev. V. T. Hunter of Muldrow, Okla.,^ who last Dec. 31 was robbed of $1,000 in front of a roadhousc east of North Little Rock. Bill Kendricks, 25, was convietsd of taking part on the robbery and sentenced to 15 years in prison. McCord's trial probably will not be held before Oct. 1, Circuit Judge Harry C. Robinson said yesterday. ' McCoyd was picked up in St. Louis, and returned to Little Rock at the request of Bondsman Hood. Officials said McCord had not broken bond. However, Hood paid expenses of Deputy Sheriff George Hickey to have the man returned. More boy babies are born dead than girl babies. rence won his llth g<ime since joining the Cardinals in late June. Brooklyn scored, twic.5- in the first inning on a walk, a single by Pee Wee ,Rese and. a double by Walt Moryn. Surkont walked seven in the first five innings but only his first inning pass to Junior Gjlliam hurt him, In the fourth he struck but Duke Snider with the bases loaded and two out. OUT_OF,DOORS By Warren Page The word I,get is that rabbit hunters burn up close to 30 per cent of'the jiljjons of shot shells turned out annually by Winchester Western; '• Remington-Peters and Federal Cartridge. The clay tar- the Braves' star and Miss Vir- jea.n Lauby of M,arshp.pld, Wis., will marry after the baseball season. NEW YORJS. (UP) — New York Giants' Manager Leo Durocher has been fined $75 by league President Warren Giles fo*' his alterga- Uon with pl^te Vmg" 1 ^ Artiq Gpro »0 l»st Saturdj^'s. g,am? With the Brooklyn Dodgers. Durocher argued with Gore ov,£r a called thjrd , on Qiants' Outfielder Jim (Diisjty ; ) Sh«d(8S in Rhodes vyag fi,ne4 $25. Shoemaker, ,, <VB) s.en ao single, last yesr, t,ok over as when .J3«J Mar. scored twto tr,ijfnjgh^ at get shooters, 'trap and skeet fans pop roughly only 15 /per cent. Looks to- be a slim deal for the skeet shooter, since he also has to stand for a lot of dull wisecracks based on "How do you cook n. skeet when you've shot it?" But he has one big adventure. Unless a skeet shooter lives in country, where the mean winter temperature, is well below zero, he gets, to enjpy his. shooting sport the year roundigetting, in his best; licks during the, summer and early fall when shooting sport is most, pjensant. And '; pprhapg thereby whetting his shooting eye for. th» dpves or ducks come Novernbei 1 . ijny control; froro i a human eye, hand, or brain, but operate by But the poor skeet shooter. hasU'^dar. Eventually he has it hacks tp undergo a lot of agonies within ] ed an( * sawed, or built up with hjmself. I don't know of any game bumps and pads, until he caij't upless jt be golf, which can sp quickly ,leacj to violent frustratioj) and Take, ' cprres- in a'J little shoot a few weeks back. I am grinding 'em up g_pod in' the last round of-. 25 tar? gets, apparently on "the w,ay tp ..„„.. Winning a papier-mache traveling litres this is & cinch. But his next bag or a silver peanut dish, men"be. . i ' • « But on the 1 next to the last get, a little puff ;ol- wjnd, #uj , that saijing clay down off course— and I b.l4st my. charge right it.; No joeanut d.ish and. . , ing bag, Sharp self-castipUop,. A sweeping impulss t9 heavf !£3pO worth Or bo,re, gn case- gt t gent who stock, of his fjt U to hi hit 3 barn with ,the door closed. Then his scopes really go. to pot. And the chap who starts in at the game because he's done a bit Ojt,,'-'b,}r.d shooting, .figures himself a fajr hand with the scattergun. He tries, the Bourse, breaks }8 out pf 25 the first tim? out. 'round is" a dismal 12. 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