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J^uesday, September 28, 1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE mt THE Star Dust By LEONARD ELLIS PICKING THE PORKEKS The University of Arkansas Razorbacks, who open their Southwest Conference season this Saturday at Fny- etteville against Texas Christian University, will defeat the Horned Frogs, 13 to 7—and then will go on through the season to upset tradition and become the first Southwest Conference champion to repeat. Jack Robbing of the Razorbacks will be an almost unanimous All-America quarterback. They'll compare the passing Porker t o the great Sammy Baugh, who has ended his college eligibility. That's the opinion of Richard Mccann, NBA Service Sports Writer. The NEA service supplies approximately 700 newspapers with reading and picture material from coast to coast. It's a nice piece of publicity for Arkansas, now considered among the leading major football teams of the United States. Smackoyer^uckarogsjVext Opponents^ l"k 1 TV ••! a —— _ . Porkers Drill for Southwest Opener More Protection for Pasp- ers Is Asked by Coach Thomsen TEXAS FANS SATISFIED Reports from the campus of University of Texas say that Texas football followers are satisfied with their coach for the first time since 1893. The new coach there is Dana X. Bible, a good football coach, a master diplomat and the possessor of a "name" potent enough to command a 10-year contract at a top salary. Texas is known as the "graveyard of coaches." Texas coaches were here today, gone tomorrow—but not up. No University of Texas football coach ever possessed to a better job. Usually they have dropped out of the game altogether, as has Jack Chevigny, latest victim of the wolves, who traded grid togs for a lawyer's togs. Bible, in .starting this year's campaign, has 13 lettermcn, only a few of them potential stars, and several rather promising sophomores. With double-tough clubs like Arkansas, Texas Aggies, Texas Christian, South- ;ern Methodist and Rice, a coach needs . more than that. He needs sympathy and a handful of miracles. Bible is not exactly new in the Southwest Conference. It was something like 10 years ago that he established a great reputation at Texas A. & M. This coming Saturday Bible takes his team to Baton Rouge to meet L. S. U. Its needless to say the "Eyes of Texas" will be upon him. FOUR CONFERENCE GAMES Four games will be played this week-end in the Big 15 Arkansas High School Conference. The schedule follows: Blytheville vs, North Little Rock at Blytlievillo. '* Forrest City vs. Russellville at Forrest City. El Dorado vs. Benlon at El Dorado Pine Bluff vs. Fort Smith at Pine Bluff. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.- (IP) -Coach Fred C. Thomsen insisted Monday upon more efficient tackling and blocking by his University of Arkansa Ruzorbacks when they tangle with Texas Christian here Saturday in their Southwest Conference opener. He emphasized tlie finer points of defense, demanding from protection for his red and white passers and punters against the Frogs than displayed against the Central Oklahoma Brcnchs last week-end. The Bronchos were beaten 25-0 but considering the difcrence in weight they gave an excellent account of themselves, hodling the Porkers to 250 yards of gains both in the air and on the ground. Against major opponents last fall Arkansas often made around 200 yards in the air alone. The TCU eleven practiced on a large number of pass plays for the Ohio State game last week-end and the majority were not even used once be cause of the rain. The big question is: Can Dave; O'Brien compete with Jack Robbiiv and Dwight Sloan? The Frog's Sam my Baugh did in 1935 and IS.'iG anc then some, but Baugh has finished hit college eligibility. Arkansas lost to the Christian las fall at Fort Worth 18 to M, "but went on to win five straight conference victories and the title. If the Porkers win they will be verj much in the southwest race that promises to be close and hard fought. The Ra/.orbacks held a longer than usual Monday drill against (he freshman squad and all phases of both offense and defense were outlined, with the stress on the latter as Arkansas already is considered a dangerous scoring aggregation. A Texas scout made this comment alter the opening game against the Bronchos: "I couldn't honestly say that the Raxorback-s arc better this year, but it will tak two or more touchdowns in my opinion to beat them." Minnesota, Arkansas, and L. S. U. Picked as Winners in Major Games Clubs— Jonesboro Hope Forrest City Pine Bluff .Hot Springs Little Rock N. Little Rock ... Camden Fordyce Russellville Fort Smith Elytheville El Dorado Clarksville Benton w 1 t ..100 .100 ..100 .100 .110 -000 .000 -000 000 .000 000 .000 .000 020 020 ps op Pet. 10 0 1.000 20 0 1.000 21 6 1.000 37 0 1.000 19 31 .500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 56 6 51 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 The Grapevine brings this report- That Camden football fans are "pulling" for tlie Bobcats to defeat Smackover here Friday night-am! then win over DeQueen, Jonesboro and Nashville. The Bobcats play the next one at Camden. The Panthers want to be the first Arkansas team to "knockoff" the Bobcats. Now isn't that just too ducky! Tlie Bobcats immediate concern is the Smackover B a mo . Th- DeQueen, Jonesboro and Nashville games will be played when they get here. Coach Hammons is playing the yames by the Week—and not by the season. • He figures that tlie Buckaroos are going to he tough. They always have been, recent seasons show. Competition between the Buckaroos and Bob- cal.s started in the fall of 1835. That season the Buckaroos put up a stiff battle and held Hope to a 20 to B score Last .season Coach Allen Berry' team was even tougher. The Buckaroo. put up a great battle—but lost by small score of 7 to 0. They will conn here Ihis Friday night to avenge ; two-year defeat. We predict a hare • game. _ About tlie best "dupe" to consider-, \t yon consider "dope"—is the result of the Cainileii-Smackover game (hi season that ended in Camden's favor 19 to 0. A special train will bring the team anil Smackover fans to Hope. Unknown Fever Strikes Citizens of Australia -SYDNEY. Australia-t/P,-A new fever has been discovered in Queensland, (he doctors trying to discover Its cause have named it "Q." Tlie "Medical Journal of Australia" .gays attention was drawn to the illness by a number of cases among workers in a 4Brisbune meat-works". Dr. E. H. Derrick, director of the state laboratory of microbiology and palh- olojiy, suys "Q" dues not appear to correspond with any other known type of feger. The outstanding symptom is h^dache. Dr. Derrick suspects there majf be a reservoir of "Q" infection in sofije animal with a blood-sucking para^tie but efforts 1 0 find such a reservoir have failed. fro deaths have been attributed to 1 fever. Little Rock Drops Game to Atlanta Crackers Put Over Run in 10th Inning for 6 to 5 Victory ATLANTA, Ga.—(/P)—Atlanta out- slugged Little Rock's Southern Association champions Monday night for a 10-inning victory 6-5, to prolong the playoff Finals. Leo Moon's relief pitching, hi.s fielding and timely single enabled the Crackers to win their second game of the finals. Moon went to the mount with two Travelers on base in the ninth, walked one intentionally and then worked out with a double play, started by himself. He broke up the battle of seven pitchers and 24 hits in the tenth. Jim "lalvin doubled as a starter and Buster Chatham sacrifice!. Gulvin scored on Moon's blow to centerfield. The Crackers blasted Sharpe, Poindexter, and Purler for Kj hits, including three doubles and a triple. Miller, Durham, Beckman and Moon Rave Little Rock 11 safeties. Tabor led Little Rock's attack with ^V-llfergse Schindler of U. S. C. ' Johnny Rabb of Ohio .Slate. A,. . „. , Marcel Chcsbro of Colgate. \ Andy Uram of Minnesota. Jim Benton of Arkansas. o open up his campaign for All-America against Wad ing on PaciHc biggest ground-gainers in the important Big Ten bou wHh Purdue n > • A , Southern California quarterback, will ' r , J ° "V^ "? !* ' S expected <° bc onc ot Olli ° By RICHARD McCANN NEA Service Sports Writer Mr. Harry Hoof the boss expert, and Mr. J, Mortimer Cinema, the movie I critic, and Sadie Goldstein, who's! mown as Mine. Ahknowzall now, got ogether the other evening and set to talking about the football games coming up Saturday, October 2. "I'm going to the Nebraska-Minnesota game," said Mr. Cinema. "It's one you just shouldn't miss. You know, it's another Cecil Bernie DeMille Bierman speacle, dripping with drama, soaked in suspense. It's one of the most lavish and entertaining extravaganzas ever done. Andy Uram, you'll find, is superb in the fourth act. . . ." "Well," said Harry Hoof, "I don't know nuttin' about dat but you takes Marcliie to March to Alta three hits, one a double. Calvin's triple and single produced three runs Cor Atlanta. Both teams passed up cveral .scoring opportunities, as they left 11) runners stranded on the bases, including 11 by the Crackers. Little Rock .... 000 201 Oil 0—5 11 2 Atlanta 010 001 210 1-6 13 1 Sharpe, Poindcxter, Porter and Thompson; Durham, Beckman, Moon, Miller and Galvin. MAYBE IT WAS YESTERDAY lU.nihniont Sclnv.nl/, Cushion Um\e,s,iv inotb.,11 co.uh and H'irm, ,, 1-Amnic., b.uknHd Mm- at Not.v Dame, poses happily with his hnrtc-l.-hc. Uo,rmano O'Donnell, ,,f Omaha Tlu-v plan lu be uvd in Nutro DameV lainous !.„« Chape! at South' ll-nil around C'lu islnias. i this Arkansas-Texas Christian thing. I The T. C. U. farms has propped for this, hut Arkansas is a three-year-old with good time trials. . . ." "I see a tall, dark young man coming into Purdue's life," .said Mine. A'.iknow/Hll. "His name, I think, is Johnny—yes, 1 see it clearly now it's means the Boiler- Johnny Rabb. Hi makers no good." Plate Picked to Win From Michigan "Well, take it from me," said Hurry Hoof. "I gut it straight from the guy what hangs out the sweat shirts to drv ' —the stable likes Colgate. Cornell's a. fast breaker, but tiros." i "Michigan versus Michigan Stale,"! .'•aid Mr. Cinema, "is one for the fain- i ily. The kiddies will like this one| and so will the adults. And so will I the Staters." "It's plain to me. . . . Missouri i.s i:n- Increase Lead With 2 Wins Terrymen Now Are Fou and a Half Games Ahead of Chicago Cubs NEW YORK-t/T.i-Alihough Ihei batting attack was throttled down ti a total of ten hits, the Giants Mondaj ran their National League lead t, tuur and a half yames by winnins, both ends of a cloubleheader froif the Boston Bees, 5-1. anil 3-]. Thus the Terrymen :;ucccssrui]y got last the first of four straight gain bills-another with tl the Cubs should win all of theirs. Breaks won both games for the New Yorkers Monday afternoon. With the score tied, 4-all in the opener as the Giants came to bat in the eighth, and Lou Fette on the mound for the Bees, Jim Ripple was safe on an error. Johnny McCarthy singled and, after Lou Chiozza had popped out, a walk to Harry Danning filled the bases. At that point a balk was called on Fette, and Ripple crossed the plate with the winning run. Maps of Spain Sell Like Famed Hot Cakes PARIS -(/P) — The civil war has boomed the market here for maps of Spain. One which formerly sold for 25 cents now brings from 80 cents to $1. Dealers ask $1 for an up-to-date map of Madrid. The demand is greater than the supply. Before the non-intervention committee tried to isolate thewar, volunteers en route to Spain <tookt<-.( up with maps in Paris. There has been no letup in the demand 'imoi-.g newspaper readers. Milton Powell to Fight J. Anderson Preacher Walker and Sik Will Meet in 5-Round Feature Jack Anderson, 157-pound fighter of Spring Hill, has been signed to meet Milton Pbwell of Patmos, in the three- round semi-final on Tuesday night's boxing program at the South Walnut street arena. Anderson and Powell met three times in 136, Anderson winning the first fight the latter two being called draws. All three fights took place in LaFayette county. Since then Powell has engaged in eight fights in the local ring, winning three decisions, fought 'our draws and was credited with one cnockout. According to Promoter Pete Brown, legotiations are under way to match r ay Gazaway, clever CCC boxer, with Bert Mauklin of Hope. Final arrange- nents had not been completed at noon, but the bout is assured if Gazaway will iccept, Brown said. Preacher Walker and Battling Siki vill be featured in the five-round main event. Siki knocked out Walker wo weeks ago—and since then much nterest has been aroused as the two igned for a return match. The second three-round preliminary vill bring together Troy Butler and ! Jean Powel), both of Patmos. The opening preliminary will be announced from the ringside promptly at 8 O o'clock, o'clock. Tickets go on sale at It has been estimated that American surgeons perform 1,000,000 operations year. Henderson State to Play Friday Reddies to Meet Texarkana Bulldogs in First G v ame of Season ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Henderson State Teachers College will open its 1937 football season here Friday afternoon, playing the strong Texarkana College Bulldogs on Haygood field. This will be the first football game in the new stadium since its completion, although the football field was used last year while the WPA project was in a state of incompletion. The plant is said to be one of the most beautiful in the state, especially as to its convenience and its natural setting. Henderson fans are not predicting a victory. The Reddies, as a team, are being rebuilt by Coach S. B. S'udduth and Assistant Coach Duke Wells. S many are freshmen and sophomore and so few are seniors and junioi that consistent play is not expectec The players are lighter than thos of most college teams, even lighte than junior college football men. Coach Sudduth did not indical what style of attack lie would emplo most in the opening game. It is like (y he will try everything he has ii giving opportunity for the boys t find themselves and demonstrate then most potent offensive weapon. He ha three veteran backs, Phillips, Turne and Miller. His experienced linemen are Caplinger, center; Banks and Ta torn, guards; Null and Kennedy, ends His only experienced tackle is Rainey who is out with a sprained ankle. Special Train to BringJPeam Here Smackover Seeks to Avenge 2-Year Defeat Here Friday Night' Coach Foy Hammons' "bruised ^and battered" Bodcat football team was scheduled to go through a pass defense Mil Tuesday afternoon in preparation or the Hope-Smackover game here his Friday night. Monday afternoon the second and bird string squads held a scrimmage "ession while the first-stringers were unlimbering kinks received iri the Byrd game here last Friday night. There is no serious injuries among he first team, but several of them are •mrsing bruises, Coach Hammons said. The Smackover team, coached by Allen Berry, former Henderson ,and Vanderbilt star, is expected to bring i heavy squad here that is well- chooled in the art of passing. The team will be minus of "Tip" ting, all-state halfback of last season, lut Berry is reported to have three •eterans in the backfield and most of he line of the 1936 team. "I believe that Smackover has a bet- er all-round team than last year ; and iiat we will be hard-pushed if we win "Yiday night," Coach Hammons ..said 'uesday. Hammons is not over-looking the fact that the Buckaroos are out for revenge for a two-year defeat handed them by the Bobcats. v A special train has been chartered to bring the team high school band and a big delegation of Smackover fans to Hope. ft. NATIONAL LEAGUE Club W. L. Pet. New York 91 54 ,628 Chicago 88 GO .595 St. Louis 80 68 .541 Pittsburgh 79 08 .537 •Boston 75 73 .507 Brooklyn 61 87 "412 Philadelphia 58 86 .-.407 Cincinnati 56 91 $81 Convincin Proof Ichabod, I don't believe you love me any more." "Why do you say that, Macheta?" "The last six or eight times you've been over here you have been leaving before father kicked you out." MOLD EVERYTHING! By Clyde Lewis i , , , J . . i ^.HII uiu.s — ai oiner \vi n me t "L °,::±."-.'""I, ^"'L"T"':"" ' 1 '»- i ^- »»" >- wm,,.,, ^ „„ some money," said Sadie, passing her next two days—and moved ., sr c »„„„,. ,,,,l,,,l,,,|, ,|» retail »„„!,„, h ,,, L . „„„. ! play. $100 wire is Duke" said Harry. i The Giant.-,, will, nine left can win "'• "M the Dukes don't win." ••The Baton Rouge Studios come J Cinema, "once more combines his fun- thrcugh again with another muster-1 making talents with hi.s fellow players piece- in a super-colossal adaptation of | from the Northwestern lot to make thi one ot the last year's biggest smashes, tail I Mr. Cinema. "The L. S. U. lads turn in a magnificent performance as they play the roles of heroes with Texas a.s the frustarted villain. . . ." Water Trip Fatal; Heap Good Show Mine. Ahknowzall shuddered. . . . "Auburn is going to take a trip over a great body of water. They shouldn't (lie uf the mu:-t entereaining shows of the season. There i.s just enough pathos, stirred up by the Iowa State lads' struggle against overwhelming odds, to make this production a standout." "It's just too much weight for West ' Bclttw take iiiioilier luak at the hclu-uuif, the crowd hasn't blurted to arrive yet." It's 2 o'cJock I Virginia. Pitt's a romp," .said Harry. . . - . , --- -••-* 1 "The lines are bright and snappy," do a. I he wind is. strong. The sea i said Mr. Cinema, "but Notre Dame- is rough. They will be engulfed in a Duke lacks something" Green Wave. ..." And so does the buy that uuthor- 'Ihe inimitable Don Heap," said Mr. ed this. Monday's Results New York 5-3, Boston 4-1. Philadelphia 11, Brooklyn 3. Chicago 7, Cincinnati 4. Only games played. Games Tuesday Boston at New York. Chicago at Cincinnati. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE Club W. ' L. Pet. New York 98 47 .676 Detroit SB 62 .581 Chicago 82 64 .562 Cleveland 78 69 .531 Boston 76 69 .524 Washington 70 74 .486 Philadelphia 49 95 .340 £t. Louis 42 103 ,290 Monday's Results Boston 0-0, Philadelphia 2-G. Detroit 2, Cleveland 1. Only games scheduled. Games Tuesday New York at Washington (2) Detroit at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Boston. Cleveland at Chicago. Coal Replaces Gold NEURODE, Germany—WV-fhe cer- monia! chain of gold or silver, sym- olic of the mayor's office in most uropsan cities, will give way here to ne of hard coal as a testimonial to ic mining industry in Silesia. The ew decoration will be worn for the rst time by the mayor of Neurode hen thih mining center celebrates its Oth anniversary this fall. A diamond fell out of the crown that tlie king was wearing during the coronation of George III. of England. When a score of years later, the American colonies seceded, superstition pointed back to this incident. MEN CHEER FOR RICH-TASTING M AKIN S SMOKES "C'mon, help me catch him shaft!" He swallowed the crank- YOUR FIRST PRINCE ALBERT" I '/WAKIN'S' CIGARETTE WILL TCLL THE , STORY. |Tj{ FULL-. /BODIED, V£T SMOOTH AND MELLOW. 1 fine roll-your-ov. n civareltet it, every 2-oi. tin of Prince Albert THE NATIONAL JOV SMOKE.

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