Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 15, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 15, 1937
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^•. v ? ; r '*"&»>-*• '"•lvt-V fffklay,J)jtot3er IB,JD87 ies Expected iWin Over T.C.U. .... Meet Texas \ VWithout the Services of Robbins f - DALLAS, Texas.— </P> —The team they've been promising down at Texas • A, and M,—the best since the memor- ,'Sble year of 1927—bows into South- .;yNst Conference competition Saturday against a rugged crew that could shat- te( their illusions on the tee-off, Texas Christian. , ¥»& of the best-balanced clubs in tile Southwest will play before Fort 'Worth's second largest football throng ^-JSScWJtl only to the mob that gasped through the Southern Methodist-Chris- iiftn "Rose Bowl" game of 1935. Twen- -iy^sfeVfen thousand should see the kick- 'ou. ' I favored because of two fine intersectional victories over Manhattan and Mississippi State while Texas Chris- ,tiaa was losing to Ohio State, tying f $?' lazy, bored, qoijcliy $*ou may feel this way as a result of constipation Constipation is an enemy of pleasure. It dulls your enjoyment of the. best entertainment and the best friends. To neglect constipation is to invite serious trouble. For your health's sake, take Black- Draught at the first sign of constipation. You'll soon feel better. /Here's a laxative that is purely vegetable, prompt, and reliable. Try it! Black - Draught * A GOOD LAXATIVE Arkansas and beating Tuba, the A«J gies, nevertheless, will be playing a potent team that has held a jinx over them the past 12 years. Coach Horn** Morton, moaning about his Aggie injury list, rates TCU as perhaps the strongest team his Aggie will meet. "I can't see for the life of me," he groaned, "why we have been doped out as such a strong team. It puts us on the spot and TCU Is laying for us. The game, to my mind, is a toss-up." Four thousand Aggie cadets will follow their team to Fort Worth to see the big Aggie line try to shake loose Dick Todd, great halfback who ran wild last week against Mississippi State. Todd will be engaged in a duel with little Davel O'Brien, the Christians' nble successor to Skmmy Baugh who has hurled 33 pases for a total of 334 yards to date. Only once in 12 seasons has an A. and M. team licked TCU,'and that was last year, 18-7. However, Sammy Baugh was injured and his passes were wild. This year, the Christians will have O'Brien and Johnny Hall, a granite back to slash the tackles, in good health. Another tossup game will be played at Austin when Texas and Arkansas, both with one victory, one tie and one defeat, meet in the other league game. Texas, with its bevy of fleet backs, will miss Hugh (Big Bad) Wolfe, unlikely to play because of an injury. However. Arkansas' Jack Robblns, passer, kicker and runner will not play. Dwight Sloan, his capable running mate, will shoulder most of the burden. The game of many angles, Southern Methodist vs. Vanderbilt, will be Dallas' attraction. Coach Matty Bell, given his shove to the Rose Bowl by Ray Morrison, now Vandy coach, will match his faltering Methodists against his old head coach while Morrison's son. Jack, the Methodists' crack passer, will be firing his aerails in an effort to cut a smear on his dad's record for the season. Baylor's Bruins, the coureageous outfit that smothered Arkansas with a last-minute surge last Saturday, goes into Shreveport prepared to fire Bullet Bill Patterson and his noted passes [#' '-/,' 1 Hempstead County Democratic Rally To Support The Democratic Ticket The Democratic County Central Committee of Hempstead County will hold a County Wide Rally at the HOPE CITY HALL at 7:30 p. m. Saturday Night October 16th, 1937 Rain or shine.The meeting will be held in the City Auditorium if the weather is unfavorable. People have been going over Hempstead County urging Democrats to abandon the Party. They have urged Democrats to vote against the Regular Democratic Nominee for UNITED STATES SENATOR This Nominee of Our Party Is GOVERNOR Carl E. Bailey Many false and vicious rumors have been made by disgruntled politicians. The people should know the truth, which will be told by ead County Democrats. W.S. ATKINS, Chairman, Hemp. Co. Dem, Central Com. —Advertisement fit & CWtSnAfy team that polished off Southern Methodist two weeks ago. Last season Baylor took Centenary lightly and were dazed by n 10-0 defeat. Still without a win and scoreless through two games with Oklahoma and Louisiana State, the Rice Owls, a potent team that can't get started, will meet Tulsa's Golden Hurricanes at Houston, The Tulsans whipped the same Oklahoma team, 19-7. thnt beat down Rice 6-0. However, the Owls showed something in their loss to LSU last week, a loss that might have been a win except for a fumble on the goal- line and'a 100-yard run by a Louisiana end. Robblns Left Behind FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.-(.^)-Coach Fred C. Thomsen. in a last minute decision, left Quaterback Jack Robbins at Fayetteville Thursday night when the University of Arkansas Razorbncks entrained for Austin to play the University of Texas Saturday. "Robbins has a bruised hip and injured knee and U unable to play," Thomson said. "The best way to keep from inserting him in the game is to leave him at Fayetteville to fully recover for the rest of the season." The following players made the trip: Ends—Jim Benton, Ray Hamilton, Zack Smith, Art Withers and Jack Holt. Tackles—Ed Lalman. Randall Stallings, Irving Wotfson, Dudley Mays and Bob Stout. Guards—George Gilmore. B. A. Owen, Wilfred Thorps and Drew Martin. Centers—Lloyd Woodell, John Donaldson and Odus Roberts. Backs—Ralph Rawlings, Lloyd Montgomery, Dwight Sloan, Marion Fletcher, Kay Eakin, Ray Cole, Frank Mosely, Ralph Atwood, F. G. Larimore, Neil Martin and Floyd Lyons. McKechnie Signs Baseball Contract "Pie" Traynor Again Manage Pittsburgh Ball Club to CINCINNATI.—(£>)—Bill McKechnie signed a two-year contract calling for a ?25,000-a-year salary Thursday as manager of the Reds baseball club. General Manager Warren C. Giles "Colossus" Captured football Gam es High School Pine Bluff at Caindcn (night). Hope at Jonesboro (night). Brinkley at Forrest City (night). Mnlvern nt Fordycc (night). El Dorado at Shiaekovor (night). Conwny nt Helena (night). FayeUeville nt Clarksvillc (night). Paragould nt Blytheville (night). Clarendon nt England. Augusta at Stuttgart. Russellville nt De Queen (night). Piggott at Popular Bluff, Mo. Beebe at Batesville. McCfofy at Heber Spring*. Plalnvlew at Atkins. Norphlet at Magnolia. Warren nt fiuclora. Seflrey at Walnut Rltlgc. Hartford at Waldron. Behtonvllle at Serryvillc. Prescott nt Nashville. Sheridan at Benrden. Blevins at Gurdon, Bnuxlle at Benton (night). Wynne ot Lonoke. Dumas nt DeWitt. Charleston at Booneville. Lake Village at Dermott. Paris at MorriHon. Osceoln at Marked Tree. Imboden at Holly Grove. Glfthwood nt Murfreesboro. Hot Springs at Little Rock. Ft. Stnlth at North Little Roc« College CumberlniKl U. of Lebannon, vs. S,tate Teachers at Conwny ffl Arkansas A. and M. (Monlicotjj Henderson Suite Teachers nt Affi phln. Good sink brushes can be madeTI old wisk brooms. Pictured above Is "Colossus" the huge 68-lon whale scheduled to he exhibited in Hope for one day only, Saturday, October 16th. The photo shows "Colossus" Immediately after losing her historic battle to the crew of the Killer ship "Hercules." The battle Insted 16 hours, and nt its conclusion the whale and killer ship were within sight of Ciitnllnn Island, just off the coast of Southern California. She is a Pacific Finback, the largest of her species ever captured and Is now on a trans-continental tour which will bring her to this city. The huge exhibit car on which she is transported will be parked on team track at the Missouri Pacific depot, und the exhibit will be open to the public from noon until 10 p. m. said that only two other major league pilots made "anything like" that amount, naming Bill Terry of the Giants and Joe McCarthy of the Yankees. The contract calls for a 55,000-a-year bonus if the Reds' attendance reaches an average of 450,000 a year, and if the team finishes in the first division. Trnynor Signs Again PITTSBURGH.-(/P)-Harold J. (Pie) Traynor will guide the Pirates again] next year. President William E. Benswanger of the steel city's baseball club announced that Traynor had signed a contract to manage the National League entry in 1938. The contract is for one year. Traynor was one of the classiest third basemen in the big show during the years he played for Pittsburgh from 1920 until his retirement two years ago. He said at 35 when he succeeded George Gibson as manager in June, 1934, that he would "keep on plugging until I bring n pennant winner to Pittsburgh." The team finished third this year. HOPE STAR GUEST TICKET WINNERS Shows the tickets arc good for NEXT WEEK —at the— SAENGER Sun-Mon-Tues. Bing and Martha in "Double or Nothing" Wednesday Only 2:30 and 8 p.m. Robert Taylor Irene Dunne "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" Thursday and Friday Gene Raymond "Life o fthe Party" OVER $500 IN CASH FREE See Monday's! HOPE STAR *' * .. * j *> *-4* v * ^<i * t / * *, . <i^, vfwz* L%f.«<#H .Many of ihe used cars and trucks in (his clearance are R & G quality . . . Renewed to Ford Factory specifications, and guaranteed in writ* ing ... 100% Satisfaction or 100% Refund. R & G Cars are of various makes and models, but are sold only by Ford dealers. •>.) ..&... ATTRACTIVE PRICES LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES EASY DOWN PAYMENTS & TERMS' See Today's Ford Dealer October Specials Below 1933 CHEVROLET COUPE New paint job, good tires, motor in A-l condition. A real buy— 225-00 1936 V-8 4-DOOR SEDAN With Radio Looks like new. Good tires, upholstery clean. Equipped with good Radio. A real family car. $475 MpDEL"A" TUDOR SEDAN This car is in good condition and will make a good family car, or be a real value on the farm—only $10000 to 'i The Biggest Used Car Sale in Our History «7v? •/ A Safe Place to Buy Your Used Car ONLY Dealer in Hempstead County giving a R. G. Written 30-Day "Money Back" guarantee on Used Cars selling for over Come in Today for Red Valves HOPE See Our Large Stock or Used Cars AUTO COMPANY

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