i 7*5%?? •*•?># ' IftilHX October Star Dust fty LfcONAttO ELLIS t>fi QufiEN, Ark. —Although the idSajfeifds were humiliated and sound' fy beaten, citizens of DeQueen played g/oOd hosts to a big delegation of Hope football fans, showing them much con- slderalion and courtesy, here Thursday night. Thefe was not a single occurance that tended to mar the game or the pleasure of either Hope or DeQueen tans, despite the intense rivalry between the two high school football tfetuns. "Hope visitors were greted with hospitality on arriving in DeQueen—and It was like being "at home" during the Visit. There was no ill feeling Wh&i the Hope delegation departed for home following the game. On the football field, the going was ft bit rough between the two teams, DeQueen suffering 80 yards from penalties to 25 for Hope. Referee Alvin E. Bell of Little Rock handled the situation well. The Bobcats were a determined team Thursday night, clicking like a well- oiled machine. Bright was "bright" as usual, shouldering the bulk of the offensive power. We thought that Big Freeman Stone played a good game in his first time in running from the fullback post. JHte DeQueen line wavered every time Stone drove into it. Although Stone failed to score, he was "good" for about five yards on every attempt in carrying the ball. Percy Ramsey ,end, played a bang- t lip game. His alertness was responsi- } bte for several recovered fumbles. He played a nice defensive game—and that pass to Bright—a 40-yard touchdown toss—was beautiful. Grady Quimby plajed his usual strong game at left tickle, smearing play after play on his side of the line. He was down the field on punts, and opened plenty oE holes for the ball carriers. Only 1 Southwest Conference Game Arkansas Goes Against Baylor at Waco, Texas, Saturday By FELIX K. McKNlGHT DALLAS, Tex.—<XP>—Out of a welter of six games carded for Saturday, five of them intersectional battles, arises in the lone Southwest Conference scrap between Baylor and Arkansas as the piece de resistance. Glamor and tinsel of sxich a spectacle as the Oklahoma-Texas feud even takes a second row seat to make way for a game that will have heavy bearing on the outcome of the unpredictable scramble. Two of the conference's better passers, Bullet Bill Patterson of Baylor and Jack Robbtns, the Arkansas triple- threater, will be tossing to braces of fine ends in Sam Boyd and Frank Huessner of Baylor and Jim Benton and Ray Hamilton, the noted Porker pair. Coach Fred Thomsen of Arkansas, mindful that his Razorbacks scored twice in the last period in '36 to nose out Bayor. 14-10, commented: "If the Razorbacks win over Baylor and then Texas next week, fans will have reason to start talking of possibilities of a second straight title—but not before. Its a pretty big assignment to face teams coached by Morley Jennings and Dana Bible on successive week-ends." The Cotton Bowl at Paris prepared to hold 30,000 fans for the Texas-Oklahoma game, to students and alumni of those two schools the "only" game of the day. Until last Saturday Texas rated a sizeable edge over the Soon- ers. but a 9-0 setback from Louisiana B0PE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wins by Smile Yankee Club Wins Over Giants 8 to 1 Three Giant Pitchers, Melton Gumbert and Coff, man Hit Hard 'Gallic Wit Makes Two Legleas Men Friend* — A legless plnlntlff tmd n legless defendant left the Pnris police courts as good friends. One, n war veteran, had been pilot* ing his new tricycle-when he stopped nt n cnfe and had the waiter carry him In for n drink. When the waiter carried him out again, his tricycle was gone. Police found the tricycle being operated by another legless man. In court the second man told this story: "1 was propelling myself down the street on a wheeled sled when I saw the empty car. "Whnt would you have done? You kno\v what il means to have no legs. 1 was tired end nobody was using your car. I borrowed it." the plaintiff withdrew his charges and the two left court in the arms of two policemen after the owner of the tricycle had agreed to lend his car to the other when he was not using it. A combination nutogiro and biplane, called Vertaplane, by Its Gerard Post Herrlck, was sue demonstrated in Philadelphia, Rubbing gently with a cloth will remove pcrspirati from delicate silks. This year and last, more thfl en states have passed I with America's drunken Tennis seems lo be a pleasure to Scnorita Anita Liz;m;i. dainty Chilean star who holds the U. S. National championship. Her cute smile is constant on the courts. Cats' Powerhouse ' (Continued from Page One) Hope recovering on the DeQueen 40. State while Oklahoma was reversing From there the Bobcats marchtf;! its field in a splendid 6-0 win over a straight down the field for touchdown favored Rice team, made the classic a with Stone and Bright doing most of tossup. the running for Hope, Bright scoring Big Hugh Wolfe, injured in the LSU the touchdown from the five-yard game, will give his starting halfback! line. Parsons failed to kick extra berth to Bill Forney while Glenn' point. Jackson, sophomore center also bruised in the LSU fray, will give his post To pick out individual stars in the line would be difficult, all the boys playing good heads-up football. After running up 31 points in the first half, Coach Hammons jerked several of the regulars for the dual purpose of saving them from possible injury—and to give the reserves some experience. a» « n*Administration of the Virgin islands was transferred from the navy to the interior department in 1931. for WOMEH only CARDUI is a special medicine for the relief of some of the suffering which results from a woman's weakened condition. It has been found to make monthly periods less disagreeable, and, when its Use has been kept up awhile, has helped many poody nourished woman to get more strength from their food. This medicine (pronounced "Cardu-i") has been used and recommended by women for many, many yeai-s. Find out whether it will help you by giving it a fair trial. Of course, if not benefited, consult a physician. over to Roy Baines. Carrying the 1 torch for the Southwest Conference in a bid for national recognition, the Texas Aggies, last-minute,' Block DeQueen Punt DeQueen received and, after three plays failed, punted to .the Hope 45. Stone, Bright and Aslin marched down the field again, taking the ball to the 10 where DeQueen intercepted a pass. DeQueen attempted to punt on the first play, Ramsey rushing through to 14-7 vitory over Manhattan last week, meet power of the old South, Mississippi State, in the colorful Rose Fes-1 block the punt and then recover the tival game at Tyler. The Missiissippi ball behind, the goal line for touch- Staters tied Texas Christian last year down. Parsons failed to make extra and have a potent aerial machine that point for placement, has knocked over two early-season i That was all the scoring in the open- foes with ease. The Aggies will try ing quarter. As the second period got to shake loose its two slipper running under way, DeQueen punted to Hope's threats, Dick Todd and O\ven Rogers, 20. Bright and Stone took the ball before an expected capacity throng of down the field to DeQueen's 30 where better than 15,000. j they lost it when DeQueen intercepted Still without a victory, Texas Chris- a pass. tian, a powerhouse against Arkansas A few minutes later Ramsey recov- last week, will have more trouble ered a fumble on the DeQueen 45. Tulsa at Fort Worth. against Tulsa at Fort Worth. The Sooner eleven brushed aside Oklahoma wo weeks ago and is an annual roublemaker for the Christians. Halfback Johnny Hall, the Christians' power runner Coach Leo Meyer described as "another Jimmy Lawrence SEE US For Painting and Body Work- Special Car Paint Job—517.50 O. K. Body Shop 1015 S, Elm (O1U Hgh. Shop).; M. Itf. MORGAN .. OTICE: To My Customers and Friends: I have changed from Nclson- Huckins to Hope Steam Laundry, and invite you to continue your business with me. We offer you service of the highest quality. HARRY HIIPPS From that point the Bobcats marched for a touchdown, Bright scoring the marker on an end run from the 10- yard line. W. Parson's try for extra point from placement failed. DeQueen received, returned to its 20, and after three plays failed YANKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK. —(/P>—The World Champion Yankees Thursday exploded the last thin vestiges of the myth that they can be beaten by good left-handed pitching. Simultaneously and by the characteristic strategy of the booming base hits they beat the Giants for the second straight day by the same score eight to one, and moved majestically in the. direction of their neighboring rivals. Attendance Thursday wus 57,675. The Yankers gave towering Cliff Melton the same rough treatment Thursday afternoon that they handed to the renowned Carl Hubbell the day before. -, The only difference was that they got their attack under way quicker and spread it out over three innings, instead of just one. They'drove the rookie southpaw of the Giants from the box in the fifth inning, routed Harry Gumbert in the sixth, and coasted home comfortable behind the effective pitching of their burly right- hander Charley (Red) Ruffing. While the Yankees were blasting an even dozen hits off the combined pitching of Melton, Gumbert and Dick Coffman, Ruffing scattered the Giants' seven hits, struck, out eight batsmen, and squelched a last-inning rally in which the Giants filled the bases, with two out. Ruffing not only registered his first world series triumph since 1932, meantime making amends for two false starts against the Giants a year ago, but his bat struck the most decisive blows for the world champions. The big right-hander drove home throe of the Yankees' eight runs with a pair of rounding hits. His first blow climaxed the Yankee uprising against Melton in the fifth, drove in what proved to be th winning run, and eknockd the gangling southpaw from the box. Ruffing's second hit was a two-bagger against the left-field barrier that brought two mates across, in the sixth, and knocked Gumbert off the mound. The Giants, as in the first game, had taken a one-run load, produced in the opening frame by Dick Bartcll's flukey two-bagger and Mel Ott's line single to right, only to have their pitching defense crack up under the explosive power contained in all the Yankee bats. National League hopes lasted through only four innings Thursday afternoon, one loss than tile day before. Then came the blow-off as the Yankees scored twice in the fifth, four times in the sixth, and twice more in the seventh to turn the ball game into a rout. —only faster," and Davey O'Brien, the punted to the DeQueen 40. Masters, pass-throwing field general, came out Hope halfback, plunged for three, then of the Arkansas game in good physi-' four, and then four for first down. cal trim. Coach Jimmie Kitts has shaken up his Rice backfield in an attempt to smash back into contention against Louisiana State at Houston after that unexpected loss to Oklahoma last week.; DeQueen 20. The Owls were weak on pass defense and showed little offensive power themselves against Oklahoma. The shakeup idea also caught on at Bright Southern Methodist, wher Coach Matty Bell, after disappointing performances by his Mustangs against North Texas Teachers and Centenary, put his squad through drills the past week that made him comment "the boys will feel like playing in a game against Washington University at St. Louis is Masters attempted four straight passes, all of which were grounded and DeQueen took the ball. DeQueen attempted two plays and then Stone recovered a fumble on the Eason was inserted into the game at this time and carried the ball to the five-yard line where the Bobcats scored on a criss-cross from to Masters. Parsons' kick for extra point was good. 31-0 at Half The Leopards received and after failing to gain punted to their own 40. Bright and Eason battered the line for Yerger Grid Team to Play Saturday-] Will Oppose Texarkana Eleven at Hope at 3 i| p. m. Saturday j Yerger High School football team will open the season here at 3 p. m. Saturday against Washington High of Texarkana, the game to be played at Yerger High School athletic park. The game also will be the first for Texarkana. The Hope squad, coached by T. E. Edwards, is light but fast. consistent gains, carrying the ball to the five-yard line where Eason plunge d over for the score. Parsons failed a day off after the practice we have j n try for placement. Hope received put them through." | and made one play as the half ended with the Bobcats out in front, 31 to 0. DeQueen received to start the second half. On the third play Aubrey got away for a 40-yard run, the longest of the game, carrying the ball to the 15 where Hope held and took possession. Bright, Bearden and Aslin took the ball straight clown the field for 70 yards only to have a pass intercepted within a few feet from the goal line. A few minutes later Ramsey went to the backfield and hurled a beau- Since 1930 an average of 50,000 more persons have left the United States annually than have entered it. Argentina recently has put immigration on a selective basis in place of the former "open door" policy. In territorial days, the name Arkansas was officially spelled "Arkansaw," to conform with its pronunciation. You Are Invited to an Old Time Arkansas Democratic State-Wide Rally 1;30 p, m,, Sunday, October 10 Hotel Marion Convention Hall LITTLE ROCK Speeches You'll Never forget CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE CARL E. BAILEY Democratic Nominee UNITED STATES SENATOR tiful pass to Bright who stepped about 10 yards for touchdown. The pass and Bright's 10-yard run was good for a total of 40 yards. Persons again failed to kick for extra point. Coach Hammons flooded the field with substitutes who played the balance of the game. The lineups: HOPE Ramsey Quimby Keith Jewell W. Parsons Wilson Reese Bright .- Masters Aslin .... Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Right Half Games DE QUEEN Gardner Young Baker . ... Thomas Turner . Williams Lemley Aubrey Hendricks Pafford Stone Left Half Kyle Fullback Officials—Alvin Bell, referee; George Jordan, umpire; Raymond Sage, head- lineman. OAK 100S . We are In the market for a round lot of Forked Leaf White Oak, Cow Oak, Qvercup, Burr Oak, aim u;u Oak Logs. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Headin COMPANY Flione 245 College Arkansas Tech vs. Henderson State Teachers at Arkadclph'm. Murray <K.y.) Teachers vs. Ouachita at Arkadelphia (night). Arkansas A. and M. vs. Arkansas State Teachers at Conway. University of Tennessee Junior Vols vs. Arkansas State at Jcnesboro. High School Blytheville at Hot Springs (night). Texarkana at El Dorado <night i 'Pine Bluff at Fordyce (night). Fort Smith at Okmulgee, Okla. Carlisle at Sheridan. Monticello at Rison. Norphlct at Standard-Ulmstcd. Cabot at Heber Springs. 'Walclron at Greenwood. Springdale at Harrison (night). Imboden at Walnut Ridge. Marked Tree at Munford, Term. Cn;ssett at Lake Village. Horatio at Prcscott. Amity at Gurclon. Paris at Batesville. Bentonville at Rogers. Helena at Puragould. Harrisburg at Augusta, Ashduwn at Nashville. Newport at Soarcy. Havana at Charleston. Marianna at S'tuttgart. Dermott at McGehec. Malvern at Warren. Magnolia at Blevins. Hoxie at Piggott. Fayetteville at Mu-skogce. Brinkley at Wynne. Euilora at Dumas. Cotton Plant at Clarendon. Beebe at McCrory. t.ubiauo at Van Buren. Ola at Dardanelle. Camden at Little Rock. Forrest City at North Little Rock. Catholic High of Little Rock at RE AD AND WANT-ADS THE PEOPLE STILL WANT TO KNOW THE ANSWERS ...MR. BAILEY! In Your Countless Ads and Stump Speeches You Have Studiously Refused to Tell the People the Real Truth Behind Your Campaign for Senator!... Why Not Do It Now? Here's a Partial List for Your Ready Reference! QUESTION .. ll "His Record Is Clean! His Word Is Good!" ANSWER! Why, Mr. Bailey, if you arc such a good friend of the President, did you refuse to make an interim appointment to fill the vacancy caused by the sudden loss of Senator Robinson, when the President so badly needed real Democratic support? Why did you so strenuously object to supervision of the Bond Refunding Law? Why do you claim credit for the Free Text Books when one of your erstwhile opponents sponsored the referendum which was voted by the people? What is your answer to the statement of Sen. Dick Thompson, your supporter and state committeeman, when he said: "I'd like to go Lo the Senate the worst way and i could forget a lot of principles if I could go there. The Governor wants to go. I don't believe the governor could get elected today if his name was placed on the ticket and one other .stalwart Democrat was put up. He might get elected if enough entered the race but he couldn't against just one. The governor has more enemies than friends. But he's the governor and he's got a club. Wouldn't you use it"? Can you tell the people honestly that state employes are not now being "taxed" for your campaign expenses .. . the same "slush fund" practice you so heatedly denounced just last year when you promised the people ho such stigma would ever be attached to any of your campaigns? Why did you permit the discharge of 222 experienced county social workers ' just preceding the effective date of the Civil Service Act? If gambling in Hot Springs was "morally wrong and economically unsound" in January, why it is not "morally wrong and economically unsound" TODAY?' Why are state contracts for the purchasing of automobiles, insurance and printing given in the main to organizations owned or controlled by Raymond Rebsamen who supported you financially in 19MG, when there 1 are scores of competent but competitive firms engaged in this work in most every section of the State who are taxpayers and entitled to a share of this business? When you accepted what you termed the "lawful" nomination from your 32 hand-picked members of your self-appointed Democratic State Central Committee on July 23rd, went back and had it "reaffirmed" by the same Committee on September 28th, then why did you file a nominating petition with tjiu Secretary of State as an INDEPENDENT Candidate? Do you intend to keep your promise made on February 15, 1037, before a joint session of the Legislature when you said: "I shall not vacate the Governor's office prior to the end of this term, unless taken by the . Grim Reaper, regardless of vacancies which may occur in the Semite, in the Supreme Court, or anywhere else"! Ten More Reasons Why Arkansas Will Elect CONGRESSMAN JOHN E. FOR U.S. Miller-For-Senator Campaign Committee —AdviTli-ii'nicnl.
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