Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 24, 1937 · Page 6
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Friday, Septemfor 24 HOPE STAB, HOPE. ARKANSAS Dodson to Bring Large Squad of Players for Game Here Special Train to Arriveflere 7:05 300 Students and Band to Cheer Byrdmen in Game With Hope • SHREVEPORT, La.—A large squad at Byrd high School Yellow Jackets *jfl invade Hope, Ark., Friday _ along trtth 300. members of the school's student body when the locals meet Hope fit 4 night contest that will dedicate fkfr recently completed Hope High tfefieol stadium. First Group Going by Bus tttk Jackets' starting eleven, along tfjftt 14 reserves, will leave for the Ariuusas game by bus early Friday iftWhing, while the reiiiaining group at players will.leave aboard a special Tfinow Jacket train for the same scene it S:4S o'clock. Friday afternoon. Prof. (jtWrer C. Koffman has announced that nMfly 300 students have requested Two Action "Shots" From Last Week's Game When Hope Beat Benton for First Conference Victory - Syrd's 191-pound average line weight (Mt makes it one of the heaviest in tNl'iltate of Louisiana, will be just an •ytrage size club to Hope, a team that Mirioin faces a conference foe that does not have an average around 185 pounds. The Arkansas club has plenty of beef at the tackle, center and end positions in Stone, Reese, Quimby, Ctrson and Ramsey. Stone Heaviest on Team IJMone at 205 pounds is "the heaviest Razorbacks Open Season Saturday Central Oklahoma Teachers Will Be Opponents at Fayetteville FAYETTEVILLE, Ark—(/D—Strenuous practice ended Thursday for the University of Arkansas IJazorbacks Southwest Conference champions who open their football season here Saturday with the Central Oklahoma Teachers of Edmond. Coach Fred C. Thomson stressed offensive tactics in the early practices of the week but placed hi.s varsity on defense in most of Thursday's scrimmage. Halfback Neil Martin was out of uniform Thursday for the second straight day with n sprained ankle but the squad's strength remained almost normal when End Jim Benton returned after a two-dny layoff to favor a cold. Thomson said Martin and Halfback Ralph Rawlings probably would not play in the Saturday game. , '-• The Razorbacks emphasized forward passes in workouts this week although a number of running plays were handed out by the red and white mentors.. Quarterback Jack Robbins and Halfback Dwight Sloan arc the ringmastent of the aerial display but Halfback Lloyd Montgomery, Kay Eakhi anil Ralph Atwood and Quarterback Floyd Lyons have been taking their turns in tossing the pigskin to Benton, Hay Hamiton, Nathan Gordon, tall veteran ends, and Art Withers •and Jack Holt., wing candidates. Robtiins also has been on the receiving end of a number of passes. •ill V.FI L Life Insurance hi Force Donald V. Moore Representative of Jefferson Standard LIFE INSURANCE CO. A NICKEL DRINK WORTH A DIME member of the Hope team, and will be located at a tackle position at the opening kick-off.. Last year this player made the Arkansas all-state team, and is reported to be playing better ball this year. Quimby at the other tackle hits the 188-pound mark, and while playing his first year as a member of the Hope club, gained valuable experience at Camden high school last year. Strange as it may sound, Reese at right end was the leading scorer of the team last year. He is a great pass catcher, standing 6 feet, 3 inches tall. Last season he was credited with a I touchdown against about every oppo- | nent of the Hope team except Pine ANOTHER SMART USED CAR BUYER —Night Action Photo by The Star TOP—The Benton ball-carrier, extreme right, is downed at the line of scrimmage. Captain G. V. Keith ' (No. 27), in the center of the picture, is coming around to back up the play, while the rest of the Hope defense, five strong, rush up from the left. BOTTOM—This was a tough picture—trying to catch a falling body at the slow shutter-speed required for long-range flashlight photos. Can you make it out? This time Hope is carrying the ball. A Benton player has tackled the ball-carrier. The Benton man, his hands around the Bobcat's ankle, is just striking the ground with his chest, the rest of his body rainbowed in the air. But his tackle is good—and the Hope ball-carrier is falling. . . . The tackier is terribly blurred. Shutter-speed has to be held down to l/50th of a second to obtain maximum results from a synchronized flashlight. It takes l/200th of a second to "stop" the action of a falling body. In daylight the Speed Graphic press camera works up to 1/1000th of a second—but high school football games are played at night. Are we telling you ? = _____ i •Crippled Doctor, 82, Grows Bulbs as Living GREENSBURG, lnd.-(fP)— Handicapped in his profession by the loss of an arm following an accident, Dr. A. D. Galbraith, 82, turned to the growing of flowers and bulbs. Assisted by his wife, who is 79, they built up a profitable business. They have been married 61 years. 2000 YARDS SILKS 39-inch Solid Colors (All Higher Price Merchandise) Goes on Sale Saturday 55C Yard I C P t. N N I V COMPANY I n . « . |. Congratulations TO WALTER'S GARAGE AND GREEN'S MOBIL SERVICE PhilADulin,Jr. Magnolia Distributor *$ .dV Bluff and Camden. On the other end is Ramsey, who is as tall as Reese. The Arkansas opponents of the Jackets are thoroughly familiar with the locals' Warner double wing back attack, and are being favored to stop the Jackets' running attack cold. The Hope team is coached by Foy H. Hammons. Hammons started his coaching work at Jonesboro, Ark., then changed to Fine Bluff, where his charges were credited with winning the national high school championship several years ago'in a contest with one of the North's leading grid squads. Coach Dobson of Byrd sent the Yellow Jackets through a final drill Wednesday night, scrimmaging regulars against reserve members. The locals die in great shape with Ed Wendling the only injured player among either the starters or reserve players. Wending has been having trouble with his ieft leg recently and may not see action for several weeks. Three Conference Games Are Carded Hot Spring s-Jonesboro Clash Heads Conference Games • As Gordon Sewell, plasterer, carriedtheTriple-CheckedTagwhich points out, it is no longer necessary gave all the facts about the car's con- to be an expert on cars in order to dition, 1 knew it was the car for me. (•t • good, dependable used car at "I've driven it more than 6000 • low price. miles since then and I have found it "I admit 1 Know but little about has been just as dependable and ie- automobiles," says Mr. Sewell, "yet liable as any new car." I got just the kind of a used car I wanted—and at my own figure, too. YOU see, I made it a point to get a 'Dependability Seal' cat<rom a Dodge d«oler. As a matter of fact, I noticed the car advertised in the classified columns of the paper. When 1 found Out that it was one of the Dodge dwUr's 'Depend. Ulity Seal' cars and TURN TO THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THIS PAPER FOR TO- MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS AT YOUR OODGE DEALER'Sl L FIND A CAII OR TRUCK TO FIT YOUR POCKETBOOK! YOU CAN BUY ON EASY TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET! R R. HAHM MOTOR CO. These Kids Won't Lag Along Way to School PHILADELPHIA,-^) -Philadelphia school children will see movies at school this year, but not the kind they save nickles and dimes for. Dr. Edwin W. Adams, acting superintendent, says the pictures will be shown as an experiment in teaching youngster:; "an insight into human relations and needs." "Our pictures are not for entertainment," he says. The baseball diamond was introduced to the sporting world by Alexander J. Cartwright. who was dissatis-, fied with the haphazard way of placing the bases. Hi.s innovation of^plav- im; tin' bases !M) feet apart (id even today. "Get Acquainted DAY" LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — (/P) — Thrc conference games featured by tiie Ho Springs-Jonesboro clash, and more than 30 other contests are on the high jchool football program in Arkansas .his week-end. Sharing the conference lead with Hope, the Hot Springs Trojans have an opportunity to gain an undisputed first place in their game. Hope stays at home to meet non-conference team, Byrd High of Shreveport, La. The Spa eleven trimmed Clarksvillo last week, 19-12, and Jonesboro rode 10 a 31-to-12 victory over Marianna. Jonesboro has not beaten Hot Springs in six years. Three conference teams play out-! .,f-ftate opponents, and five are scheduled witli, other state teams. Topping the non-conference games is the Nashville-Camden tilt. Nashville has two impressive wins to its credit this year, and Camden beat bmackover, 19-0 last week. Little Rock plays at Muskogee, Okla., while El Dorado goes to Haynesville, La. Fort Smith plays a home-game with Heavener, Gkla. The Tigers and El Dorado both won last week, and Fort Smith fought to a scoreless tie with Van Buren. In the capital city North Little Rock meets Conway, and Catholic High faces Ashclown. Blytheville meets Piggott at home in its first game. Dermott plays at Fi.nlycp, .'111(1 Ola travels I villu.' Mr. George A. Green has taken over the management of the Mobil Service Station located on Third Street next to the L. & A. Railroad, and invites you to try his— MOBIL OIL FREE! MOBIL GAS As a "Get Ai'fiuuiiilcd l>ny" special wo arc giving away FKEE a beautiful piece of Niloak Pottery to the first 200 Ladies thai drive cars into our Station Saturday, September 25. There is nothing that you have to buy—just drive in and get your piece of Niloak Pottery. SATURDAY-SEPTEMBER 25 MOBIL SERVICE FREE! Green's Mobil Service Station Third and L. & A. Railroad Ml Your Car Pass the Safety Test? The Hempstead County Official Testing Station will open soon. SAVE EMBARRASSMENT—Have Your Car Tested Now! We have the only complete testing station in Hempstead County. TESTS ARE FREE—Drive in and let us test your car. Bear Standard Testing Equipment Walters' Garage LIKE UP with BEAR Third Street and L. & A. Railroad

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