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The Hope Star will not be respon- llble for errors in Want Ads unles* •rror* are called to our • attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the" ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Layaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Many Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. Hope Star Km of HOD* 1I99> Prati 1*27 floniotldattd January 18, 192* Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Atex. H. Washburn, S«iy-Tr«, •t The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansai Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor & Publliher Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jtn M. Davli, Advertising Monogef George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Entered as iccorid clasi matter at the Poit Office at Hope, Arkanioi, under the Act of March 3, 1B97. 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Old fashioned -china cabinet, chrorne dinette! suite, antique coffee tables, other household items. Mrs. Frank Philpot, Highway 73 about i.i mile off highway 4. north. 'l&3t INEST Johnson grass hay at barn 3 miles northeast of Emmet. Walter Sallee, RFD, Prescott. 15-3t For Rent HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. Aims for Record and Title by The Associated Jimmy Carter, the return bout champion, aims for a .record and n title Wednesday night when he faces lightweight champion Paddy DiiMarco in a television fight )n S&n Francisco. .;.' The SO-veatvold New Yorker lost the 135-pound crown and regained it once before. He's done the same thing oflen enough in nonlitle scraps. If he be.ats DeMarcoand he's favored to do sc at 11^5 odd Carter, cf New York, will be'fcomi the first lightweight champ to lose and regain the crown twice. in May 1852 he yielded the throne to Lauro Salas but tcok it back in October. DeMarco, a 26-year-old Bipoklun- to take the title in 15 rounds in New York last March. Their return bout was twice postponed when' DeMarco suffered a virus attack and then injured an elbow. Stiff Schedule Factor in Loss to Stout SMU By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVJLLE (1ft A w e e"< or so ago, Arkansas Coach Bow- ccn Wyatt said his football Ra?.- orbacks were winning because of a "mental edge" -ver their opponents, and ecmmontod, "God help us if we ever lose it." The Razorbacks lost it Saturday afternoon, r.nd also lost their first I game of the season 21-14 to Southern Methodist. There's little doubt that SMU NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 220 Undefeated Gene (Cyclone) Fullmer, a 23-year-old undefeated mid- oleweight from West Jordan, Utah, headlines the card at Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway rcann to.iight for the second week in a row. The hard'-hitting Rocky Mountain copper miner drubbed Jackie La Bua at the Parkway last Monday night to make his record 25-0. Hjs opponent tonight is Peter Mueller .former German middle weight champion who is making his U.S. debut. ABC will telecast at 10 p.m., E'ST N. Elm. 10-tf DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment. Private' entrance, garage and hath. Mrs. K. G. McRae, 300 Edgewood. Ph,one 7-2432> 12-3t Lost IRISH setter bird dog. If found notify C. P. Jones in Patmos, Ark., Phone 7-2925, • ' 9-6t SPORTS ROUNDUP «AVLt TALiOT. Welter weights Luther Rawling? of Chicago and Italo Kcortichini of Italy meet in another TV bout tonight. Their contrasting styles should make this a lively affair, Du Mont will tclecat-t at 10 p.m , EST 1AKE.plate at Garland.School Halloween Carnival Mrs. M. 'T. Windsor name taped oh plate. Finder Please call Garland school or 7-3327. Plate .,o£ sentimental value. ' . .'.-• 15-3t rREEN Parakeet with touches of yellow. Very tame. -Named "Pete." Reward offered.. Susan Davis, 410 South Walker, Phone Prospect 7-2554. • '", 15-3t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner* spring work Cobb Mattrew Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf $WC Race-Is in the Usual Muddle By The AspociatSd Press The Southwest Confo-ence foot- ball'race, os full'of upsets, as any of the hectic past, pushed clown the 1,'rial two-.weeks with the .'.biggest br.ttles yet to come, The first Js at Dallas Saturday v/hen Southern ' Methodist tries -to' protect its lead pgafrist the rush of Baylor's-hard- finishing Golden Bears. Southern Methodist faces a hard row. The Methodists play " t w o teams they haven't teaten in a had the superior football team at Razorback stadium but for the firs-t tme his season, Arkansas fi.po was f-hadod in he "will-to\v;n" department. The Mustangs, which had to win to stay in the race for the Southwest Conference champions..hip, were "up" for the contest, r.nd as a result ran over the Razorbacks almost at will. Arkansas couldn't sr-em to get going until SMU had a 21-point lead, and by that time it was too late. Undoubtedly, various theories vill be advanced for ;he Arkansas loss, the first by the Razorbacks Sifter seven straight victories i'nis year. It's been said that Arkansas should have opened up with its passing attack earlier than it did: ethers have traced *he defeat to the crushing -SMU giour.rl attack v/hich cut gaping holes in the Arkansas line. It's also been noted that Arkansas' vaunted pass defense had its worst day of the season. "Whatever the primary reason FOR PLUMBING Repairs, Call Theo Long, 7-3407. 15-1 Mo. there's one factor which cat/t be overlooked that rugged Arkansas !,(?hodule. Prior to Saturday's game, the Razorbacks had met and conquered six major opponents on consecutive Saturdays Texas Christian, Baylor, Texas, Ole Miss., Texas A&M and Rice. That undoubtedly, is as rough if not the roughest schedule played by any major football power in the nation. The Rnzorbacks v/ere just plain worn out, ard showed it for throe quarters. The Arkansas line v/a;' outchsrged, and the Porker backs seemed to lack lhat extra zip ro;cessary to get into the open. Arkansas'.could manage but 77 yards total offense in the entire first half. And, on defense they . . . . v/ere run down by a club v/hich ccon's age. It has been .five .years I wa? the • inferior .of .at least _ one " By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YOR'K (/P\Vo have a feeling, amounting practically to an obsession that the track coach at bxford University. Franz Stampfl. was talking through his topper the other day when he said to a reporter as follows: "A year ago the four-minuto mile was colled 'the magic mile." It was nothing of the sort. The font-minute mile was run four times last season and in the next few years it will be run 40 times. In 20 years I expect the r<r:ord to be 3:50 possibly lower." The Vienna-born mentor is the man who taught^,Roger Bannister how to run, and so must be granted a hiah standing in his profos sicn. He's entitled to make predictions, too. But we are of the firm opinion'that his is one time he was talking when lie should have been listening. Coach Stampfl is not goin? to r:ve long . enough to see 40 four- rr.inutc miles listed in the record books. He probably will not personally ever see another mile run under that figure, since Bar.nistcr haK asked to be counted out. And there never will be a 3.50 mile run by. a human being without the use of afterburners. That last statement is taking in a lot of time, but we're willing to be stuck with. it if anyone wants to clip this cut and confront us with it 50 or 60 —years from now. We'll even toss in the prediction that this generation will not again see two men break four minites in the same rnoe, as Bannister anil John Lady c!M last summer it Vacouver. Our feeling, stated simply, is that there murt be, sometime, an absolute 'imit to human endeavor. The fact that 32 track and fieid records have been broken this .\car and that boys are growing bigger and. stronger from ealHg foitified breakfast fcod,' doesiVt make this any the less ture. Some time it's got to stop, and we think that in the case of running the Ouochitd in Biggest AIC Upset By The Associated Fi'ess As- if Ouachita's victory Saturday night over Arkansas A&M doesn't prove that anything can happen in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, a little juggling of figure? shows that the next two football weekends can bring either :• clear-cut champion 01 a four-way lie. Onachita College's' 19-H triumph | sustained drives to their it's first victory of the season line by the Alligators. Hornets Sting Foreman for * Fourth Win The sling of the Hornet was more potent than the snap of an Alligator when the boys from Blevins defeated the Foreman eleven- at Foreman Friday night by a score of 12 to 0. The Hempstead County lads jour-/-, neyed to Foreman with the inlen-*^ tion of winning their fourth game .of the season and literally powered over the Alligators in the second, quarter by scoring both of their; touchdowns. This gives the Hornets a Won 4 and Lost 6 record with one game left to play against Lew- • isville next Friday. The entire Blevins forward wall was outstanding on defense as they stopped two : one foot., sent A&M reeling into a third place tie with The Cc liege of the Ozarks. Both teams now have 3-2 conference records, bclijrd Arkansas'. Tech's 4-1 maik and Southern State's 3-1 mark. Foreman received the opening kickoff and marched down the field • to the one, only to fumble and Ble- j vins recovering.. Bryson . kicked I from behind his own goal line to j the Alligator 45 and that ended In other games last week Ozarks |Foreman's threat for that quarter, nosed out State Teachers, 19-13 The Alligators couldn't gain and Tech swamped Hendri:: 47-2, and (kicked over the goal, Blevins tak- Souhern State was buried by Delta (Miss) State 53-0 in a non-conference panic. An improbable four-way tie for the title could come about this way: Ozarks boating Tech, Southern State pasting Ouarhila, and A&M knocking down Southern State. All teams then would close the ueason ims thi will-! 4-: 2 records. Tech goes to Dzarks for next week's crucial game. The Wondor Boys fell tc Arkansas A&M 20-13, and the A&M. ing the ball on the 20. The Hornets began their scoring march from there, moving the pifrg.. skin down to the one yard line, and**Wayland Bryson blasted through' center for Blevins first score. Try for extra point was no good. ';* j The Hornets kicked off and Fore-; man returned to the 40. An Alliga-. tor pass was intercepted by Bry- i son on the Blevins 48 and the Hor« , nets began their second scoring ' spree. End runs . and short passes mile that point has just about been reached. RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. Female Help Wanted OAKQREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 . 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Baylor, which hasn't won' a title jjnce 1924, is paiticularly anxious to get a championship tie, seme- thing the Bears could do by whipping Southern Methodist and Rico. They can't possibly win the championship outright. Southern Methodist ended Arkan£.as' winning streak that had CHANCE OF A LIFETIME — The Famous White Cross plan, underwritten by the Banker's Life & Casualty Co;, of. Chicago has openings for resident representatives in Hope. Selling experience not necessary but helpful, we will train you. A car is essential. Only good, clean cut, insurance .minded men, with a will to work and a yen for money are wanted. We furnish .contacts. If you are interested in working full time •and want to make a career of tho insurance business, contact Paul Diffe.rding, 111% Washington St., Berg Building, Upstairs, Office B., from 8:30 a. m. to 12 daily, or write P. O. Box 5550, Camden, stretched to seven games by beating the Rasorbacks on their .home lot 21-14. The defeat. of ArkanFRS threw the Cotton Bowl situation into a tied or won 1hey would hr,ve been in/the Coton Bowl as champions of the conference. Then Cotton Bowl officials could have started tearchig for an opponent, although admittedly thats quite a task, too. So con-fused is the sit- Wanted WANTED t TO BUY ' One inch rough green Oqk Lumber — regular Iength$ and tie siding. For prices and specifications write — , GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS Ark, 15-6t Pressure Now Squarely on SMU 7 sBack DALLAS Southern Metho- other Arkansas opponent, ole The loss threvir :the- Southwest Conference champibnfhip race into a state of temporary confusion. Arkansas could have clinched the title and the Cotton Bowl bid which cccompanies it by tying SMU. In losing, the Kazorbnckc dropnod into second place in the conference standings with a 5-1 record. SMU took the lead with a loop record of three victories against no losses and one tie The Mustangs still must.pjay Texas Christian and Baylor, sc Arkansas si ill has a chance to win. Baylor, once beaten in the conference, also still is In contention for the title. The Bears, in addition : to SMU, tnupt play Rice. There's a chance that Baylor and Arkansas could tie for the crown, but if this should occur Arkansas would go to the Cotton Bowl because, tho Razorbacks have whipped the Bears. Despite the loss to SMU. Arkansas hung up its best Southwest Conference record since IMC, v/hen the Razorbacks posted an identical 5-1 mark and tied Rice for the chamnionrhip. diKt has two big reasons for beating Baylor in the Southwest Conference's top football game this week: * 1. Furthering its championship claim. Mountaineers whipped worked, the ball down to the 15! where Arthur Willis threw a bill-1 let pass to Bruce Smith right OB& the goal line and Smith grabbed tho? pigskin out of three Alligator 1 mouths and fell over the' goal for/ • the touchdown. Try for extra point 1 was wide and that ended the scor»', ing for the evening. . ' Foreman's other threat came at the start of the last quarter. Thai Alligators had the ball on the Bl^.-v vins 6 after a sustained drive 5 starting on the 45. A Foreman bacK swung around his own right end_ and he was hit by a host of Hornets' Figures Porks Almost Sure to Get in Bowl By ED CORRIGAN Of Thu Associated Press uation as regards a visiting teamj g MTJ j ooke( j ]-\ke a winner from that the Cotton Bowl isn't even) y.,, otnvf n f. Sntnrrlnv's enme. Al Mustangs Are Loop Leaders in Statistics DALLS ifK Southorn Methodist hasn't played as many games as the others but it's doing a job of dominating Southwest Conference football statistics, teamwise r.rid individually. Duan Nutt lends in passing and Frank, Eidcm is among he top men in ballcardy- ing. v •' |*!»if SMU, which plays IBaylor here Saturday with first place in 'tho conference race riding on the result, is the team leader in offense \\Uh 345.7 yr.rds per gar-ic and in defense by giving up only 236.4. Null shot into first p'.ace in pass ing last week as he threw for 32 yards in the conquest of Arkansas His seven-same tptal is 684 yards on 51 completions in 83 attempts while second placu BUly Hoopm that the Cotton polling Arkansas a nd SMU new as to what teams they would be willing to play if they are hosts in the an. 1 game. . : Howard (Jrubbs. executive secre- tai y of the Cotton Bowl, said Auburn, Georgia Tech, Mississippi, Vest Virginia and Virginia Tech ppeared to top contenders for the pot at this time. But there are too many impor- ant games left for us to single out nybody right now," observed Jrubbs. standings; CONFERENCE W L T Pet Pts Op ,MU 3 0 1 875 60 .36 (I .833 117 83 Salesman Wanted SALESMAN: over $50.00 dajly, New colossal industrial and store deal- Samples furnished. DURAWJSAR, of Baylor in eight gai.ies, has 635 yards on 43 connection* in. 73 throws. £idom roamed for 163 yard> against Arkansas to move from f-eveuth to fourth place Jn fe carrying. Eidom has 458 yards 93 runs. Dicky Moegle pJT Rice has one of ths poprev dayg Texas A&M gsining only 54 yards ho still JF In first place he start of. Saturday's game. At he'end of the fir.st half, only tho nost famtically loyal fans still ield, out hope for an ^Arkansas vic- ory, and a third SMU scoring drive .hortly after the second half began quenched that faint spark. Arkansas didn't get moving un- il Jate in the third quarter, and inally put apros-s two touchdowns n the final period. The last score r.me with only two minutes and 2 seconds still to be plp.ved. Leading the SMU assault was frank Eidom, a swift 100 pound >alfback who pierced the Razorback line with more ease than Arkansas BayloV Uce Texas •CU 0 .750 65 42 20 .500 C3 . 74 31 ,300 69 94 30 .250 75 07 Texas A&M 050 .000 56 90 ALL QAMES W SMU Baylor Rice Texas TCU Texas A&M L T P:t Pts Op 511 .766 128 70 710 .875 164 83 620 .750 130 93 5 30 .625 178 1 3 5 1 .383 1U6 148 440 .500 158 123 1 8 0 .111 84 155 PROBLEM QR.INKERS ' H DALLAS tffl There are nearly fOtU' million "problem drinkers" in tne United. States, .says Pr. Duko MeCall, resident of the National Temperanpp « League, Inc. Ife told some 200 persons open Ing the league's three day convorv tion yesterday that of that number are "U'ue chrjnic alcohol ics." is president of Southern Poutlst Theological Seminary a Breaking a 5-year jinx For five reasons SMU has failed to hurlle the Baylor menace. Each time the Methodists have failed to win another game after that. Eleven losses nnd a tie make up the record of Southern Methodist in the pericd. SMU and Baylor gat together in the Cotton Bowl Saturday with 60,000 expected to be watching. If Southern Methodist should . lore it would fall out of first place in tho Southwest Conference race and a] so lose any chance f,t the championship. It means considerable t'i Baylor, too. The Golden Bears can't v/in the title but they can tie for it if they beat SMU and Rice. Coach Woody Woodard of Southern Methodist, who was quite optimistic last week to' the point of virtually picking his team to topple unbeaten A r kar.sas and taka over the league lead, is different abou Baylor. SMU has been having trouble with its finishes. Against Texas the Methidists were a ball of fire the first half and almost lost the game in the second. Agairst Arkansas, SMU was for three quarters ond almost got. tied in this fouith period when Arkansas scoiv ed two -touchdowns. SMU edged through 21-14. "We will have to play four quarters against Baylor tc win," said Woodard grimly. The list of candidates for the four major New Year's Day bowl games was down to manageable proportions today but there still wa:? only one team with its spot definitely nailed down. No matter what happens in its final two games against UCLA arid Notre Dame, Southern California will be the host in the Rose Bowl. If they stop. UCLA, the No. 1 team in the country Saturday, they'll win the Pacific Coast Conference title. If they lose, UCLA will take the cro.vn, but the Trojans, as lunners-up, get the bid anyhow. UCLA played in the bewl last Jan. 1 and is therefore ineligible this year. Otherwise everything is up in the air. Here's how thoy shape up: Rose Bowl Souther California's Big Ten opponent will be determined Saturday when Ohio State and Mithig?n meet If the undefeated Buckeyes, second in the weekly Associated Press poll, •win. they will get the bid. However, if Michigan wins, both teams would have 0-1 league records . A vote would have to be taken. In that case, the Wolverines probably would be selected on the basis of having beaten Ohio State. Cotton Bowl The Southwest Conference winner, v/hich. usually in decided on the las* day of the season, is the host team. Until last Saturday, Arkansas seemed to have it till sewed ap. Southern Methodist beat the Razorbacks 2114 and changed that. Now if SMU wnips Baylor and Texas Christian, its last two foes, it. is in. One loss and Arkansas, which has completed its Ieagu3 peason, plays in the bowl. The visiting team probably will be the club that finishes second in the Southeastern Co.'.-ference tacklers he fumbled the pigskin across the goal line, the ball going out of bounds. This caused a touchback, the ball going to Blevins. on the 20. . : The Hornets kicked to the 50 and as the -Alligators started ' passing desperately in the closing minutes of the gamp; Bryson intercepted one on the 40 and that ended Fore? man's threat. The Hornets made 13 first downsi-j threw 9 passes and completed 6 for' 60 yards. They gained 165 yards rushing and were penalized .3 times for 35 yards. The Alligators made 10 first downs, threw 5 passes and completed 2 for 8 yards with 2 intercepted. They gained ?7 yards rushing and were penalized twice for 10 yards. Officials were: L. C. Graves, Bill White and Sam Ellis. The Hornets play their last game of the season Friday night' at ( JL,ewisviUe. • ... ,£ scored three SMU from their pdor sacs as much as 10 feet. ° 43 k^Ug,' Walker ouchdowns. He took a 22-ynrd pass from Quarterback Duane Nutt for l-.e first Miiftang score. The play ended a 73-ya.rd SMU drive, put ;o'gether by the MusU.ngt' 1he - soi;- :md time they got their hands on Iho ball. A few minutes later, in the second quarter, Eidom mead 2G yards for the 'second SMU touchdown ending -an 80-yard march. T^i 1 big halfback vulled across the two •fpr the third Mustang score. Ed Eei nej; kicked all three extra points. The passing of George Walker plus .the brilliant lecoiving of Preston Carpenter and Joe Thompson finally got Arkansas on the move. The Ra/.orbacks drove ?0 yards for their first touchdown. Walker's passes accounted for 72 yards of the drive. The talented sophomore hit Thomasori from 10 yards out for the tally. The little w'ngback Item Hot Springs made a finger- Up" patch just inside the end zone. On the first play fdlowing the kickoff, SMU's. Marlyn Murphey fumbled and Arkansas End Walt 'Matthews who starred on jfense recovered- Arkansas drove to the SMU four, but the Mustangs held. moved, ^uj; to the Jewel, the Heifer, Is Back on Farm DECATUR, 111. W Jewel, the heifer thr.t behaved like a mole. iis back on farmer Ernest Florian's .!;; farm today after two days in a sewer. " *' i A 5-foot-2, ISO-pound construction worker maneuvered her out after bigger men had failed. Jewel fell down a manhole into the sewer main, only an inch higher then she on Friday. She had nudged aside several rescuers j.ncl retreated farther mto the "iOfl- foot line, which lies 4 to 20 feet below the surface. Yosterd-iy construction Eddie Scaton got into the sewei 1 thiough a second manhole and prodded her toward the manhch; the had entered. When she balked, he splashed her face with water from a pail he had carried down with him* At the manhole, tho 600-pound he.'fer, held by wooden barricades, was hoisted out on an improvised sling attached to a ci ar.e truck. Basketball Minneapolis 99, Syracuse 92 Fort'Wayne 93, Milwaukee 91 ?}ew York 95, Baltimore 93 alty against SMU Buddy Benson led Arkansas to the Mustang 23. Walker then came in and passed to. Matthews who pulled .down oji SMU spveo. Fullback Henry two off teckje, jmd, " BJfle yiirds to JUH».$M8»B Sugar Bowl The Southeastern Conference champion makes the trip to New Orleans. Riant now Mississippi is in front with a 4-1 record and the chances are tho Rebels will go on and take it, barring an upset. They have to get by Mississippi State two weeks hence. Should Sfete win. the survivor of the Georgia-Georgia Tech. game would emerge the champion. Even if Mississippi loses to Stnte, the Rebels would be the leading candidate for the Cotton Bawl. The second team ir. the Sugar Bowl nrobalily will be Arkansas or SMU whichever fails to make the Cotton Eowl. West Virginia nf the Southern Conference was the \isiting team last year, but tha 42-19 pasting ->the Mountaineers took from Georgia Tech reportedly has soured bi-wi officials. , Orange Bowl The host in this one is the Atlantic Coast Conference champion,. Maryland, last year's national champion, is striv ing to make a repeal appearance 7hu Terps lost to Oklahoma, last year 7-0 and have finished hteir conference schedule with a 4-0-1 mark. Dukcr, currently sporting a 2-0 recird, still must play South Carolina and Noith Carolina, If the Blue Devils win toth, they'll show a 4-0 mark and will head for Miami. The opposition is bound to be easier than last year. Oklahoma, the perennial Big Seven champion, is ineligible having played in the game the paM year. Th&t leaves Nebraska and J£insas State still Lions Swamp 49erstoTake Loop Lead By EARL WRIGHT Unl l ed Press Sports Writer The Detroit Lions and Now Y Giants believe a simple cffense an strong defense are the ke*ys to National Football Leaque success and are proving it by leadint the respective division races. Detroit u;:ed the'system to win the last -two championships arid took a big stride toward a record three in a row by handing, the San Francisco Forty-Niner.> their worst defeat Sunday, 48-7. A record Do- troit pro football crowd of 58,4il taw the Lions (6-1), take a twotL? tame lead in the Western race. New York didn't figure to play an important role in the Eastern Division because it was the league's lowest scoring te£,m in. 1953 when it had a 3-9 record. But tHe Giants (6-2) tcok undisputed first place Sunday by beating the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-14. The teams Ktaited the game tied for fir.st. The Cleveland Browns, another team v/hich stresses perfect ex<;,.-. cution of simple plays, remain just,/ a half-game behind the Giants after downing the Chicago Bears, S9-1C, in the weekend's ether key game. • The Los Angeles Ram? (4-3-1) pulled into a tie with San Francisco for second in the Western division by beating the Chicago Card- ials in a rough game, 28-17. The Washington Redskins virtually ended Pittsburgh's Eastern hopes by edging the Sveelers, 17-14. Tiui Green. Bay Packers opened t h weekend play Saturday night by rallying to beat the Baltirnor.e Colls, 24-13. in contention,. K[eb.rask,a f "A ' State o,Vays INSURANCE,.. AT A SAVINGS • Fire ' Tornado Automobile Liability ' t t * t i, v Monday, Movfimier IS, HOM SfAt, MOM, AftKAfHAl ''U' i NEED THE 'I Iff GO AHEAD, I DON'T GET IT-WHY DO VDU WANT ME TO ASK YOU FOR A RAISE ? EXERCISE t ASK ME FOR By M5ehtt«l 0?M«I *" By J. R. 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