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^^i^^i^jMt^: / fietetftfeeK 1§, 19§4 HOPtSTAR,HOPE,ARKANSAS MOM Sf A*/ HdM, ARKANSAS : offered ca!3toiv ,lottg. automobile., « eat wm . , RCHERY SETS ffom $2.Sd up tiON'S JEWELRY SCIAL DISPLAY IUORED.T5 Fit Wardlawi Street Tailor Shop CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be ifi Office Cay Befjfte Publication .. *».— ——-H 111 an imir— • ~—**"—*"*•*-• — *- ' - ' -WANT AD AAfIS th« acfcouftt I* ttfiwr ttWtMWtt U ? f 6- 8 to 40 JLLDOZER WORK tno'—-Dirt Moving Pond:,D!oolna. Call. TiRK AUXO IATE-STORE TRESSES Into lnn«r»prl«i |Om'>Oay Servlo* Phoh* 74211 ASTERN SHARES Jflneorrie Fund CO. er Barrel* for 8»l« r-Hope, Ark; v/f* * - *• _ Jt , _^L UMW f«, .-• , . Service Hy 67 Wert , Balers >rd Tractors * 1140 : R \ \ y.'i/li. - <i large stock of fire* "fpr all trucks <?ome In and Installed "Jy§t the right 01* 1.05 1,20 1.3S 1,50 Day* .96 1.20 1.50 1.80' 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 bdyt Month 1.50 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 • .7.50 3.00 $.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 FOR yxnir Christmas turkey, write Mrs. Ve>nle*Goynes, Hope, Route 2. Toms, 50c lb. and Hens, 6Sc lb. Dressed. 13-3t CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 3 time* ............... >-...... «0e p«r neh 6 time* ............. .......... 50= Pef Ineh Rotei quoted flbov* ot« tbf eon- Mcirtlv* ln»ft!oh». Ifftflulor or skip- date ods \v!ll toke th« on«^lay rdt». All dally classified advertising copy will be accepted until 3 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher! reierve the right to revise or edit all ddvertl»em«nti offered for publication and to reject am? objectionable odvertUIno tub- Initial* of on« or mof« letter*, group! or figures such et house or telephone number* count as one word. The Hope Stor will not be respon- tlble for error* in Want Adt unleti error* are tolled to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 CHRISTMAS DESIGNS — will fill a few.orders for door swags, table arrangements, gift wrappings arid. novelty corsages. Mrs.-J. Manuel Hamm, Pr. 7- siae. . . H-5t Hope Star -SUM of Mope 1M»J Preii 1MT ConielMtted January It, l»2f Published every weekday afternoon by ruD1 STAR fUBHSHINO CO. C. I. Palmer, Preildenl Alex. H. Wo»hburn, SecyTMi , or The-Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkaniat Alex. H. Woihburn, tdltor A Publlibet Paul H. Jonoi, Managing Editor Jell M. Oovli, Advertlilna ManafW fieerge W.. Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. - Intered at. iccond clan matter «t the Pott Office at Hope, Arkaniae, •nder the Act of March 3, 1897. Member af the Audit •urea* el Circulation! ..Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring towni— Per week ... ^9 Per year '3.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LoFayette, Howard, and Miller counties— One month » ,.»3 Thre*,', month! - 1 -«0 llx months - 2.60 'On« yea .:...............— 4.50 All ottwr molt- One month * , t ,»»••»«•»«»*«••»«••••••«•••«: i»• Three monthi M 3.2* fix month! ,«J-50 One yeat'r, „....,„ 13-00 Nafl AdvertUIng Rapriweirtatlvee: Arfcaniai Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida.,' Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ante Bldfl., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N.-Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member ef The Associated Press: The Associated ~Pre?s is entitled ex- clusively'to 'the use for republicatlon of,all the local news printed In this ' newspaper, .as well 01 all AP news dispatches. , • Notice -* everyone is brdered to keep o« the Cofleld brothers fawn. 1 ' • - AM now tftking orders for fresh coconlit and jam cakes, Mrs. Milton teason, Phone 7-4622. 14'3t Wyatf 'Homesick' for Tennessee TULSA, Okla. OPITulsa tribune Sports Editor Jack Charvat says that University of Arkansas Football Coach Bowden Wyatt is "homesick aid roedy tc go back to Kncxville. Tonn.. to take over the vacant teaching job' at the University of Tennessee. However, Charvat said in a story that Wyatl told him on the telephone that he "didn't know anything about the Tennessee situation." Wystl has been prominently mentioned for the post at hir alma mater since Tenttessee football Coach Harvey Robinson was fired after a dismal season. "Wyatts Razorback team now is preparing to meet Georgia Tech in the Cotton Bowl New Yrarn Day. For Said 'APPLIANCES • Tbaslers • Mixers • Waffle Irons • Steam and Travel Irons. • Electric Blankets. • Everything in G-E Dormeyer Mirror-matic OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY -COMPANY. Porkers Hike Attendance to Grid Games 1847 JEE? ( ; 4 wheel drive, heater, jgood top. Phone 7-5858. 11-8t 5'OUR-pie.Ce' bedroom suite, maple youth-bed, living room divan arid chair with 1 nice Slip Covers. Excellent condition, bargain. Phone 2221 day pr 2860 night. 13-3t PEKINGESE puppies, registered pedigreed; eight weeks .old. Ideal for Christmas gifts. Mrs. J. B. EUeh, Jr., Phone 7-3406. 14-6t ANTIQUE sofa and ' chair. Solid Mahogany; Headboard, chest of drawers' "and dressing table. 208 E. 15th. 14-3t Mrs. A. L. Parks, Phone 7-4392 By MURRAY ROSE Of The Associated Prett Everyone loves a winner. . The Associated Press survey, of major college football attendance for the 19H4 season showed Once 1 more than the customers generally. \Vill ttorm the gates to see o win- Bobcats Down Texarkana in Overtime The Hope Bobcats avenged a defeat at the hands of Texarkana last \veek by bouncing the Razorbacks in an overtime period 69 to 81 on the local court last night. It was a slam bang contest that was a fan thriller. Hope started fast and held a 19 to 9 lead at the end of one and a 25 to 23 lead at the halfway mark. . At the en/Sof three periods the Bobcats maintained that 2-point lead 47 to 45 but the Razorbacks gradually edged up to tie the score 62-all at the end of regular play. In the overtime Hope scored 7 points to Texarkana's 5 and that was the ball game. Mitchell led the Bobcats with 23, Honea had 14, Russell 9 and Hollis 8. Pack was high point with 33 for the visitors. ' In the opener the Texarkana girls defeated the,Hope girls 59 to 50. It was the first loss-of the season for the local ladies. •Lineups: Hope FG FT TP Russell 1 7 Mangum 2 2 Honea ,. 2 10 Hollis ..4 0 Mitchell ! 6 11 Huddleston 04 T. Furtle 2 1 tr•*•••' '~*~^-"«>^-«'^-*SPORTS ROUNDUP .if HAVUE tALBOT. NEW YORK l/Wiist as everyone has foreseen for several weeks' the Cleveland Browns and the De : troit Lions of the National Football Lcfcgue fire going' to meet at Municipal Stadium in Cleveland next Sunday in whnt might easily qtifiify as the most meaningless contest in the history of the sport. | Tech Bests Top Seeded NAIATeam By The Associated Pi-ess Arkansas Tech. conceded to be the fourth best team in the NAIA meet that starts at Kansas City nig team hut will be lukewarm or ice cold in their reactions to a loser. " . . Teams like Ohio S.tate, UCLA, Wichita, Arkansas, Michigan and MiHmi, Fla. r which had good years in- .the won-loct column, vpped their attendance over the previous years. Schools like Pennsylvania, Kansas, Tulano, Alabama 'arid Louisi- No effort Will be made here to stop them, or oven to seek a change of venue at this 'late date. All. we intend to say is. the those j big fellows are • going t& look n little silly out there, not knowing just what they are supposed to do or why they should have gotten caught ir such a comedy. In the event you. missed the first .act. .the game originally was scheduled fi:r Oct. 3 in the Cleveland arena, it no thaving occurred to anyone in the pro football league that the Cleveland baseball Club might be playing in a World Series on that date/ The Indians didn't play much, as a matter of fact, but sufficient to knock out the football game. So they net .the contest up to 9 iDec. 19 .which is the coming Sun- 6 jday, and hoped against hope that it still might have a bearing on i Thursday, holds a one-point victory over the top-seeded quintet. The Wonder Boys grabbed a five- poi>;t lead and then stalled for nore thr.n five minutes to nip Southwest Missouri State of Springfield, 70-09, last night. Donovan Horn, who placed Tech's scoring with 20 points, was he key man in the Wonder Boys' stalling tactics. Charles Peterson .allied 30 points for the Missouri- 8 23 The Negro Community '. -By Helen Turner -Phone 7-5830 Or bPlno Item*.to Mitt Turner , at Hlcke Funeral Horn* Texarkana Poynter Pack .,....,... Duvall Phillips ....... Vander'ice Smith ......... Nelson Whittettton 17 35 FG FT ... 1 4 ... 16 69 TP 33 the outcome of the race at this late date. It will not. of course because each team alrer.dy hn clinched the title in its division pnd now is. all- set for the championship playoff at Cleveland a week from Sunday. Even so, the league could have The score was tied 29 times. Tech now has a 7-2 mark, while Southwest Missouri sports a 4-1 record. The Arkansas State Teachers Bears marked up their second straight Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference victory by marching past Henderson, 80-69. Bob Zalo- ske got 21 . points for .Henderson, while John Overstrcet paced the victors with 18. Court Docket ] Municipal Court of Hope, Arkafi. gas, December 13, 19b*. docket „. J. Dorman, Running "Stop" sign, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Enoch Johnson, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Walter G. Hill. Improper pass' ing, Forfeited $5.00 Cash bond. Sarah Bell Tewalt, Hazardous driving, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. James Johnson, Speeding, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. . M. C. Taylor. Assault'and Bat* tery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. State bocket Lloyd McJunkins, Harry Tatum, Otis Fincher, Gaming, Tried, fined $10.00. Ira Hendrlx (col), Driving while Intoxicated, Plea guilty, filed $100.00 and 10 days In Jail. Joe Greathouse, Assault and Battery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Mable Palmer, Drunkenness. Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Mose Coulter, Drunkenness, Plea Porker Tackle Becomes Father FAYETTEVILLE, (IP) Jim Roth, tackle and alternate captain, of the Arkp.nras Razorback football team, salvaged much from the mess if has become the squad's fourth fat- 5 it had listened to a proposal to ier. Funeral Directors Funeral. services for Mrs.. Vera Washington were held Saturday December 18, at William Chapel' CM'E Church in McNab at 11 a. n.Jwith burial in Smith Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Lucenda Cooper were held Thursday, December 16, at St. John Baptist Church in Buckner, with burial in Cleveland Springs Cemetery. The 'Humming Bees Gospel sin- ;ers of Texarkana will give a mus- .'cal program at the Harmony CME Church in Saratoga, Sunday December 19. Sponsored by Mrs. Joe Ella Bradley.. The Rev., J. H. Hutchinson, 1 pastor. ana State, which had from poor to ten ible won-lcst records suffered at the gate 'accordingly. Of course, if you've got a gimmick like Villanoya, you can do real well at the gate no matter how badly tho team fares on the field/ The Wildcats wound up with a horrible 1-9 record but they drew 152,000 for two home .contests compared to 130,878 .for four in- 1933. Villanova have a tie-in with a grocery chain and tickets were distributed by the stores. 1 Overall, the attendance average for 501 major games in '54 was down three-tenths of one per cent over the previous year. That figured to an average Of 83 persons 26 15 67 5.transfer the "preview" game to SJDetroit. As that city's fans will 6,not get to see the two big teams •>lay even once this season, they might have picked Briggs Stadum. But the league said no, that OAKOPST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON.CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our ' ' - 'agents 'A23-1 Mo Help Wonted SKILLED CRAFT training job' Open due to expansion Hope business Permanent job. Requirements Male, in 20's, with military sor vice behind- him, high schoo graduate or better. Tell abou less per game than in'1953. In the past season 12,859,891 fans paid to sec 501 games. In 1953, 12,523,662 fans saw 494 games. The 1953 average attendance incidentally, was the same three-tenths of one per cent better •ihan the 1932 average. \ The Midlands, Southwest and The Altar.Gift Club will sponsored a fish try in the basement of BeeBee , Memorial v CME Church Friday night K December 17. The public, is jnvited. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Williams will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary December 24. 1954. There are eight givls and three boys. Mr. Williams taught school for a number of years,, , Rocky Mountains boomed at the gate, the Pacific Coast dropped a trifle, but the East and South had a big drop. The Skyline weight was up 12.1 followed by the Big Seven with 11.8, the Midland Independents, 11.2, the Missouri Valley, 6-3 tfte Southwest Conference 6-1, and the Big Ten, 6. The Pacific Coast Conference fell three-tenths of one per cent the nationaly average declined \vith the southern conference down 5.6 the Ivy League off 7.2, the Atlantic Coast Conference, 9, and the Southeastern Conference, 12.5. Two Unbeaten Teams Meet Tonight By -JOHN CHANDLER Of 'The Associated Press High-rjinking college basketball teams 'headed by LaSalle, Illinois, Daytdji nnrl Missouri spotligh t-;» fairly'heavy court program tonight ; with aid man upset lurking in thg background. T'vq,. .undefeated teams, paytnn (4-0) /end Louisville (6-0) meet in what'may be the top till of tin cvcniix" at Dayton. Dayton ' is ranked' No. 5 and Louisville No J2 in. .this v/eek's AP poll. LaSille, No, 1, should have no trouble . at Lafayttte, while Miam of Ohio might cause some trouble rgcinst third rated Illinois. Ncrih Carolina State, No. 4 and one of the South's terrors, plays he tickets already had been printed, or something equally inane, nnd so hei'c we go. NEW YORK i/TIJackio Robinson ne of ths authentic baseball _;rcats of the current decade, has ever been a man to speak his mind, and '.he habit has kept him n more than his fair ihare of hot vater since he broke the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers eight seasons ago.- As he ncars'the end of his string, Jackie shows-no symptoms of turning diplomatic. Asked; at a pubM'c speaking the other night whow he considered the best manager in the game .today, :the Negro stai answered withput hesitation tha Charlie Dressen was his hian. Ho added that He meant .no 'reflectio; on the present Dodger pilot. Wai ter. Alston.' ; . . ' .Possibly not, but one doubts tha Alston .will: feel that he receivec a pat on the, back. Or that th Dodger management, whieh firoc Dressen in favor of Alston last winter, will draw comfort from the remark. A club which finished sec' A seven-pound boy, Danny Ray, vas born to Mr. and Mrs. Roih vesterday. Other fathers on the Arkansas miad are Wayland Roberts, Bobby Gilliam and-Be Baker. fights Last Night By The Associated Press Kansa^ Citjl Ernie Durando, IfiO'S, Bhyonne, N. J. outpointed Jesse Turner, 159, St. louis 10. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie D. Hoach Jr .'have announced the arrival of a baby girl, Morjorie Lynette born December 10, at 8:10 p. m. The Hope Civic Improvement 'Association will hold its regular yourselt in letter in own hand- rneeting Thursday -night Decem- wriiing. Write: '.Opportunity X, P. O. Box 98, Hope. Ark. 27-tf For Rent ber 16- at 7:30. All members be present and on time. THREE room modern house on 3 acres. 3 miles, to Hope, $37,50 per month. Phone 7-5883. 13-3t NE,WLY decorated unfurnished apartment. Private bath. Bills paid. Phone 7-9934, After 2 p. m. Phone 7-3656. 15-tf. St. 'Andrews Lodge No. 10 will meet Friday night at the hall at For Rent or Sale HOUSE.for rent, or will sell cheap. Basketball 6y The Associated Pness Niagara 71; Cornell 65 Pitt 80; Colgate 67 North Carolina State 112; Clemson 7f. George Washington 94; Wake Forest 82 Call 7-3390. ' 15-St 1 Western Kentucky 85; Cincinnati Services Ottered 75 P.enn 77; Navy 65 Maryland 73; Virginia 69 Florida Sta6)))tc 90; Tampa 62 MATTRESS renovation and in»er- ,„ spring work- Cobb Mattre»s Co.) Duke 107; .Davidson 75 810 South WartiingtPB. Plum*- Kansas 73; Tulsa B6 Mar. t-tf RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. FOR water wejl service, any size or depth, see pr write 0. T, Clark, Cale, Ark. : 19-tl Detroit 88; Buffalo 61 Ft/Hays (Kan Satte 83; Kearney (Neb) 55 Washington (St. Louis) 64) St. Mary's (Cajif. 55 Southeastern Okla 68; Oklahoma Baptist 50 South Dakota State 79; Bethany Springfield SSPTJC tanks pumped out. Go) Arkansas Tech 70; any where, any time. Phone (Mo) 69 Prospect 7-9P89. Dec. 6-1 !Wo. The animal referred to in the United States as an Elk is technically a wapiti, the true elk being a European animal. S§NSTRUCT|QN end Industrial McPherson 65; Sterling 63 Was,hburn 68; Ottawa (Kan) 64 Wichita 80; Regis 53 Southwestern (Kan) 70; ville (Mo) r.8 Mary- Hogs Crippled for Missouri Cage Game By The Associated Press Southwest Conference basketball teams were in the midst of a lull in intersectional warfare Wednesday, a three-day breathing spell in which there was only one game a night. Baylor whopped Oklahoma University 80-79 Tuesday night, Arkansas tries the Missouri Tigers Wednesday night, ar.d Texas Christian takes on Oklahoma City Thursday night in the only games. But .the University of Texas ouintet was to begin a week-long invasion of the old South this week. The Longhorns play in a tournament at Birmingham, Ala., which will, include such teams as Alabama, Wake Forest arid West Virginia. The tournament, Dec. 17-18, wifl be followed by a Texas-Vun- derhilt fray Dec. 20 at Nashville Tenn. Other Friday night games send conference quintets in c;uest of intersectional victories at Provo, Utah, where Baylor plays Brigham Young University; at Little Rock, where Arkansas enetrtain Mississippi and at Lawrence, Kan- where Rice meets tho Jayhawks. Baylor and Rice play the second games of two-game series at Provo and Lawrence Saturday night, with Texas still at Birmingham and Texas Christian hosting Howard Payne at Fort Worth. It will be one of the most active weekends of the pre-championship race with at least eight games on tap. ond is inclined to be touchy. A new footfault rule, which should take much, of the 'acrimony out of international tennis, will come into effect Jan. 1, just too late to be of benefit in the impending Davis Cup matched in Australia. The new rule permits the server to swing one foot over the baseline as far as he wishes so long as his other foot is firmly anchored ,. „„„„;,„.„ ~ behind the line as he strokes the see-saw second half duel. Ed tali. Taking no chances, those who South Carolina, Arkansas ir.-1 vades Missouri (No. 9) entertains College of Pacific at Pittsburgh; and Notre ame (No. 30) travels to Purdue. Last nigh tN.C. State's Wolfpack made 'it six stright without defeat by trouncing Clemson 112-72 in an Atlantic Coast Conference fray. After running up a 58-28 halftims lead, Noith Carolina state reserves took charge. Niagara's l 10th ranked Purple Eagles outlasted Cornell 71-65 after a Fleming got 20 points as Niagara made it 4-1 for the season. George Washington, No. 11, gained revenge over Wake Forest 94-82 as GW's Corky Devlin potted 37 points. George Washington has wrote the new rule define the foot as "the extremity of the leg below a 3-1 record-the only loss being t o Wake Forest in the season opener, 107-86. r Wake Forest'was tiod for 17th place in the poll with Wichita this wee* and Wichita kept its record unblemished (3-0) by downing Regis '80-53. Kansas ran its-home court victory string to 31 straight by down ing Tulsa 73-66. Tulsa had been unbeaten in four games. Colgate, also unbeaten in four games up to last night, v/as taken by Pitt 30-67, while Western Kentucky defeated Cincinnati H5-75. Washington University's Bears drew away in the second half to defeat St. Mary's of California C4-55. Baylor dominated the backboards in a stirring 86-79 victory over Oklahoma. Detroit won its fifth straight by defeating Buffalo 68-61, while Southern California made it 4-0 by downing the University of Hawaii for the second night in a row, 74-54. Maryland rallied in the second half to defeat Virginia 72-69 in an Atlantic Coast Conference fracas, and Duke smothered Davidson 107-75. Pennsulvania handed Navy its third consecutive home floor .de feat 77-65. the ankle." You can do almost anything with words. Two Challenge Hounds ago. at Sydney, Vic .Seixas of the American team was subjected to badgering and badly upset after the Aussie captain, Harry Hopman, as- cusc;d him of "swinging'Hhat is, Vic wound up serving from almost a foot behind the line. Buije Idaho Jackie Tornay, 180'/ 2 , Oakland, Calif., knocked out Hurley Breshears 180Va, Parma, Idaho, 7. Seattle Tiger Al Willi&ms, 155, Los Angeles, outpointed Vince DeCarlo, 155, Philadelphia! 10. Unions Fight State Right to Work Laws ATLANTA W Campaigns of the CIO AND'- AFL to -have state legislatures ditch the "Right >To Work" laws in effect in 17 states mostly in th eSouth and West, may neod more than the backing oil a cabinet member to succeed in the South. Secretary of Labor Mitchell told the CIO convention in Los Angeles i-econtly he was categorically pored to laws that make illegal any labcr contract arrangement .for a union shop. He said such iaws under) mine the basic strength of labor organizations and suggested that the 17 states review the stat- ites for possible revision. Commenting on the Los Angeles peech, Gov. Hugh White of Mis- issippi said Mitchell was "way out of bounds" .and "it's another case of a cabinet official trying to guilty, fined $10.00. Harrison Muldrew, Speeding, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Joe Greathouse, Resisting arrest, Dismissed on Motion Pros. Attor- Otls Fincher, Possessing . untux. cd intoxicating liquor, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. American Transfer and Storage Co., and Arthur Morgan Trucking Co.. (Russell Lynch, driver), No Identification, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond, American Transfer and Storage Company, and Arthur Morgan Trucking Company, (Russel Lynch, driver). No cab card, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Palestine Muldrow, Hauling passengers without PSC authority. Plea guilty, fined $25.00; suspended during good behavior. American Transfer Storage (Frank Williams,- driver), Operating for hire wihout PSC authority, £ Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Joseph H. Woolridge, Operating for hire without PSC authority, Tried, fined $100.00. Notice of appeal. . Leslie Miller, Inc., and Joseph W Woolridge, driver, Lessee-shipper being party to improper lease operation. Tried, fined $100.00. Notice of appeal. Shaw Feels Out Air Academy Post SAN FRANCISCO. (UP) Lawrence T. (Buck) S haw depose;! boss of the San Francisco Forty Niriers, indicated last night he would jump at the chance to be come head coach of the new Aii Forte Academy at Colorado Spiings. Shaw received a round-about fee'cr for the job yesterday from Lt.-Col. Robert V. Whitlow, nthletic director of the new "West Poin of The Air," who is the .man whr will have the top say in the acad ciny's selection jf a coach. Speaking to the United Press ii Denver. Whitlow said he had no as yet contacted Shaw but added "we feel we would be exlremclj fortunate if he is interested in th academy." The Air Force officer raid h Southwestern Okla 74; Central Univ. 69; Northwestern Phillips I'Qkia) 5E If,. J P -m m Taj-kjo 94; Boane 80 (overtime) William Jewell 57; St. . Benedict's (Kan) 47 Centeral (Mo) 92; Kansas City Unjy. 77 St. John's (Minn) 62; Hamline 59 Depeul 77; Quincy UH> 22 Baylor 8,6; Oklahoma 7» State Tchrs 80; Hend<?r- California 90; Hawaii 63 as; CaM The Bears hit 51 per cent . of their field goal attempts &t Waco Tuesday night in wipping the Sooners. But -they had to fight aff a late Oklahoma rush as the red- clad Sooners pulled within 3 points five times in the last 16 mun- vies. Bill Dalton ol the Pears wyt high point man for the night with ?4 points, followed by Lesetr Lane of Oklahoma with 33, and 20 for Pon Dlokson Pf Bruins. Dickson also grabbed/25 rebounds as Bay. lor dominated the backboards. Bobo Puts Title on line Tonight Py BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISCO W) World middleweight champion Carl (Bobo) Olson of San Francisco makes the third defense of tlie crown he won 14 months ago when he meets Pierre Langlois of France over the !5-roun<l route tonight. The smart boys of boxing firmly believe that 26-year-old Bobo, a product of rough-and-tumble alley fighting in his native Honolulu, will turn back the challenge oi the 29- year-old Frenchman. The scrap, onq tha tprorniges to be rough, bruising and fcught in. close quarters, will be tel«v)se4 by CP$>, with, northern California view- era shut nut. Tjie show 89S* on at W p- nj., considered Shaw "one of the finest men in football." He said he had the names of more than 200 persons interested in the academy coaching job and would make his recommendation to (he excsutive oommitteo and the academy superintcnden falter the first of the year. Informed of Whitlow's statement, Shaw said he "definitely would he interested" in the Air Force job. Racing Commission in Session Now LITTLE ROCK -MPI The Ark an fas Racing Commission is sched vUed to decide today whether Hoi Springs Oaklawn Park will have a t've or. a six-week'racing season crrly next year.' Pot Springs businessmen have prpposed that the raping days pei week be cut to live and the num fcer j?| weeks extended, to «**• '*" isurp the tpower of the states.' In Virginia, where a "Right To iVork' law was passed this year, !ov. Thomas B. Stanley declined o comment on the Mitchell statement. However, he has recommended strengthening amendments to the Virginia lo.w.. Gov. Frank G. Clcent of Tennessee said he would recommend 1o the next legislature, as he did o 'a 'previous session, that the Tennessee open show law be amended to provide for union shops when both management and workers desire it. "This seems to me to be Democratic," Clement said. The last legislature defeated such an amendment. Gov.-elect Leroy Collins of Florida, commention on Mitchell's speech, said: "That will be a matter which I oxpect will be fully investigated snd considered in connection with a program of general constitutional revision in Florida. Gov. James F. Byrnes of South Carolina had no comment on the Mitchell speech. Gov. Gordon Persons af Alabama, recovering - 'rom a heart attack, was not available for comment. But when he signed Alabama's "Righ tTo Work" bill in 1903, he said he did so "because I believe in free labor and free enterprise.' Cov.-elcct Marvin Griffin of Georgia declined to comment on he subject. Gov. Francis Cheriy of Arkansas was not available for com- nent. Films Replace Several Top TV Programs By WAYNE OLIVER NEW YORK I* TV rivals a new bride in its fondndss for serving canned goods. '•At'least seven' major network program changes are scheduled over i the year end in an unusual midseason turnover. In four of them films replace live shows.. From the netv.'ork's standpoint, this Insures that the programs can be shown not once, as \viih live performances, but warmed over again and again. But for the viewer, it turns the TV set into a self- operating home movie projector. r giving out a picture of inferior \J quality since a print is' never sharp as an original. On CBS, the live "Liffi With Father expires Jan, 18 to be replaced a week later by a new Phil- Silvers filmed program. "You'll Never Get Rich." "That's My Boy" bows off Jan. 1 to be replaced by "Professional Father" with Steve Dunne, in another film replacement for a live show. . . : On NBC the "Place the Face will •give way Jan. 1 to the film "This is Hollywood with Mitzi Green. On Jan. 8. hte live Ethel and Albert will give way to a new Hoace Heidt show, but NBC hasn't been determined says it whether Heidt will appear live or on film hasn't been deternined whethe Heidt will appea live o on film. The network also has another new filmed show starting Jan. 5 'Norby* starring David Wayne, but it will be at an early evening hour there formerly was not network service. ABC has the filmed TV Readers Digest ccming up Jan. 1C in The Monday night spot heretofore occupied by a live program called "Come Closei 1 " Tfia't show, however wound up .last night and Soldier Parade will serve as a fill-in until the new show starts. Du Mont has no major year end changes in the works. Cheering to advocates of livo television was the survival of the Thursday night hour long dramatic program on ABC-TV which was canceled as of early January by its present sponsor but immediately picked up by another. McClellan to Ask Change in Rules NEW YORK W) Ssn. John L. McClellan (D-Ark) says that, in replacing Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy CR-Wis) as chairman of the Senate's Government Operations Cpm< mittee under Democratic'''control of Congress, he \sill ask 9 change in rules to require two senators present for hearings. In a current issue of Nev/sweek magazine, McClellan who will take over the chairmanship if the qon> mittae ard iU permanw Invest} gations Subcommittee aj January, said he is "opposed, to ojie-n\$n Investigating cQrr.mJtte,es/* The A,rKansa.s, senajjor said January 11 Is Inauguration Day LITTLE ROCK' UP) Orval Fau)us will be inaugurated as governor on the Capitol steps at 12:30 p. m. January 11 if the , weather' permits. Faubus and other state coustitu- ;ional officers will formerly take office in the chamber of the House cf Representatives if the weather precludes the outdoor there ceremony. Faubus' inaugural address will be,- > broadcast and telecast. 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