Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1937 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 18, 1937
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A.' 't') «•'>" ROPE STAB, AHKAN9A9 SPO1 ^iL-r^ B1 %MX -a Star Dust 6y LfeONARD ELLIS TEAM Ajsgdrefitly pleased with the defense. CWSh F6y ^HathTOons tliis season has W0#fc6tf butji potential formula for scbrtag. figures show. > 1ft sfcd games. the Bobcats have scored In touchdowns and a total of 'lft jxJiriB.lThe opposition h.-is scored th* total points into six .j idu find the Bobcats have 'scared 29^,j?oinfe per game.' Vasco >Sright, Hope's outstanding pkyer fcS"* all-state honors, is leading the touchdown parade. Bright has crossed ike opponents goal line 14 14 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 A compilation of touchdowns and individual sewing: Vasert Bright Percy Ramsey Leondrd Bearden Joe l&son EdWd Aslin Wobltf Masters Freeman Stone WoodrQW 1 Parsons Total .. . . ............ 27 rfope'jf 15 points after 'touchdown mostly ^iave been the result of the Three High School Conference Games This Wee' Teams Fall From Unbeaten Ranks Arkansas, However, Gets Going to Will From Texas, 21-10 NEW YORK.—(#)—Cornell, Army, Notre Dame, Georgia lech and Tennessee passed out of the undefeated picture Saturday before the biggest spectator outpouring of the season. More than 550,000 fans saw the day's 20 leading games. Cornell, minus the services of George Peck, was spilled by an underrated Syracuse array paced by the Olympic sprinter, Marty Glickman. 14 to 6. Army, with its line clumbling at critical stages, bowed to Yale, 15 to 7, with Clint Frank directing the Eli offensive. Georgie Tech lost a heart-breaking 20-to-19 decision to undefeated Duke as Flecher Sims fumbled a punt in the closing minutes of play and paved the way for the Blue Devils' final score. Alabama's combined passing and kicking, off Woodrow Parsons, who | running attack, built around Joe Kil- 1 comes through when the extra point ~is tleed^d. i • Hope's 38 to 20 victory over Jonesboro lafet week' not only humiliated the tea&l£jKft,Ttn<5cked th"e''_;Hurricane membejjS^duti'o^ a. trip tol.witnjess the Arkansiwilnivetsify of Mississippi foottelWg&Wt 1 tb he- played at Mem- tt wa/)^aflju}liticed before the game at Jonesboro that James McCauley, chairman of the Jonesboro High School AthletiS Board, would take all mem- ' berg ofL(ijjL,Hurrieane team to Mem- phis—liaI£eLteani,beat Hope. Jonesfcoro^nevfepapers, thff.';Evening Sun ai$J$h^'^)tprning,,.Tribuhe, gave the Boheats,much publicity last week. Each newspaper was furnished with writeups anS^a'rjale'pf pictures of the Bobcat team." They .used all informa- tioh and (pictures set to them. Randolph Greyson,_ sports editor of :the Evejiing Sun, had this comment to makei "If Joqesboro newspapers giving the •Hurricane players publicity are .the cause oS the poor showing they have been making in recent games, as some 'wouldhive you believe, then the Hope Bobcats .should ba about the "punk- est" team in the state. . . . The write-ups giveh to Jonesboro players is in-' significant compared to the way the Hope Star boosts their players and in connection operate a publicity department th&t surpasses any in the state when it jiomes to sending out advance publicity to towns where the Bobcats are playing. . . . Not only news stories are sent! but. a page of pictures of Hope pUJyers are also furnished to the papers ahead of the Bobcat invasion." Gazette Sports; Gazing by Ben Epstein ha£.3tnally given Coach Foy Hammoifeiahd the Bobcats a "break," Ben had] a Sice write-up in Sunday's Gazette ^Ujout' Eammons, Bright and Stone. 1,'J. .. . One of the five unbeaten teams in the Arkansas High School conference is due for a fall this week. El Dorado's Wildcats with two victories in the conference against no defeats meet Pine Blijff- at Pine Bluff. The Zfbras are favored to win their fifth copfafence yictory^-and in doing so would reduce the conference leaders-*te four teams'with perfect records-i-iyhat is if Little Rock gets by Fort Sfnith' which the Tigers are expected to do. Latest Thing in Grid Musics 4 <^ j The'Standings: Pine Bluff Little Ifcck Hope ">•: Blytheville ...., .. El Dorado North Little Rock |"orrest <^ity Jones bo rp Bussellvilk^ Hot Springs Fordyce' Camden jr - ... Fort Smjth Clarksville' Benton *• W. 4 2 2 . 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 L. 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 4 T. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .66 .667 .500 .50C .350 .m .m. .0* .ooc .ooc )Lj»st Week's Results L,ittle pock. 26, Hot Springs 6. North Uttle Rock 31, Fort Smith 0. fine Muff U, Camden 7. Hope J8 r ' Jonesboro 20. , .Games This Week Wttle Rock at Fort Smith. gl Dofado at Pine Bluff. at Hot Springs. 6Ia% Cut, Regains in Time Material Re- actis Amazingly Like ! a Cut Finger grow, carried the Crimson Tide to a 14-7 decision on Tennessee, hitherto undefeated. . Notre Dame met its Waterloo at the hands of Carnegie Tech. The Engineers won, 9-7, on the strength of Coleman Kbpcsak's field goal from the 16- yard line to the third period. Outbreak of Ties Although they escaped defeat, such gridiron powers at Pitt, Fordham, Navy, Harvard, Nebraska and Texas A. and M; ran into ties for the first time. Pitt and Fordham hauled and tugged at one another in gruelling fashion for their third scoreless draw in as many years. Navy and Harvard matched running attack against passing attack without either gaining any score. Nebraska, early season, conquerer of Minnesota, wa$ the victim of another scoreless stalemate with Oklahoma. Texas A. and M., hailed as probable Southwest champion, had to pull a touchdown out of the the air in the last few minutes to get a 7-7 draw with Texas Christian. Holy Cross and Dartmouth kept pace with Yale and Syracuse in the East. Holy Cross edged out a 7-6 victory over Georgia whose Bulldogs finally put over a touchdown in the last four minutes of plaay but "blew" the try for point Dartmouth outclassed Brown, 41-0. Tulane shaded Colgate at Buffalo, 7-6. Sid Luckmah's passing and running carried Columbia to an easy 266 victory over Penn while John Wysocki scored three touchdowns as Villanova upset Manhattan, 20-0. Northwestern Wins As Northwestern outpoined Purdue n a bitterly fought battle, 14-7, Minne- »ota returned to form with a 39-6 rout of Michigan. Wisconsin remained unbeaten and united after a 13-6 victory over Iowa while Indiana invaded the Midwest and tripped Chicago, 16-7, outclassing the Maroon In the second half. While Nebraska and Oklahoma Were playing their scoreless Bix Six draw n the rain, Kansas surprised by -beat- ng Iowa State, ,14-6. Kansas State won, 13-0, from Marquette but Mis- louri was spilled by Michigan State, 2-0. West Virginia pulled out a 13-7 victory of Xavier of Cincinnati in the last quarter. In the South Auburn's Plainsmen, after successive scoreless ties with Tulane and Villanova, suddenly found the scoring combination and trounced Mississippi State, 33-7, In one of the most amazing results of the day. Florida defeated Sewanee, 21-0, in another Southeastern Conference engagement Kentucky gave the Southeastern Conference a victory dyer the Southern by swamping Washington & Lee, 41-6. North Carolina easily defeated Wake Forest, 28-0; Citadel beat Furman, 8-0; South Carolina stopped Davidson, 12-7; and Virginia Military out- pointed Richmond 21-7. Virginia dropped a 3-0 verdict at Maryland. Arkansas Comes to Life Baylor, now a disinct threat for the Southwest crown, ran up a 20-0 count on Centenary, a tough non-conference foe. Arkansas won a conference decision from Texas, 21-10. Southern; Methodist was beaten by Vanderbilt, 6-0, while Rice held Tulsa to a scoreless draw. The plague of ties struck in the Far West where Washington and Washington State, Oregon State and U. C. L. A. battled to 7-7 draws. Southern California .however, burled Oregon, 34 to 14. California, apparent powerhouse of the Pacific Coast Conference, won a "breather" double header from California. Aggies, 14-0, and College of Pacific, 2Q-Q, In the Rocky Mountain group, Utah nosed out Greeley, 7-6, and Colorado won from Brigham Y<H*B, 14-8- ver dropped a 7-4 verdict td Colorado College and Wyoming eked out a 7-0 decision over Colorago State. Utah State surprised by holding Idaho to a scoreless tie. The University of Arkansas not oiily clnims one of the finest football teams in the southwest.but the RuzorbacU fans also lay claim to the most unusual musical instrument in a collegiate marching band. Above is their new mobile grid organ, with Ethel Betty Williams, at the console. The first-organ of'its kind in the country, it is used at football games when the. .band marches on the field, and also between halves ,as a" solo instrument. Russellville Grid Star Hurt in Crash DE QUEEN. Ark.—(£)—Tom Wilson, 1-7-year-old reserve tjuarterbock on the Russellville high school football squad, suffered two broken bones in his neck Friday night when the automobile In which he was riding overturned on a curve at the outskirts of the city. The mishap occurred while he was en route home with five others from a grid game here. E. J. Albright, 33, driver of the car, had a bruised back and chest. Rudolph Shinn's ear was cut badly. Three other members of the Russellville high grid squad in the car escaped with minor bruises. After All These Years ISTANBUL — V/ladeck Zbyszko, former heavyweight wrestling great, is now managing a string of heave and haul artists who arc campaigning in Turkey. Baylor Is Leader in Southwest Race Bears Are Only Unbeaten, Untied Team in the Southwest DALLAS, aVxns— (XP)—For a bunch of "misfits" that nine out of 10 observers consigned to the Southwest Conference cellar in pre-season calculations, the Baylor BruinS nre struggling along nt a fair pace. Today, with four games played , they nre the only undefeated and untied team in the Southwest. Their latest conquest, a 20-to-O licking plastered on Centenary Saturday, resounded us n warning to the Texas Aggies next week-end. The Aggies, early-season choices, were outplayed at Fort Worth by a great Texas Christian team, only to come up wlih a surge in the last foul- minutes that gave them a tie, 7 to 7. The Aggies must meet Baylor at College Station Saturday while T. C. U. goes to New York with the intention of knocking off Fordham. Just when they were about to be counted out. Arkansas drove back against Texas and hung up a 21-to-10 victory at Austin. Next week Arkansas plays Southern Methodist at Fort Smith, Ark., and Texas entertnins Rice at Austin. The luckless Rice Owls, three games without a score, tied Tulsa in a scoreless mud battle at Houston. Most of the game was played betweeh the 20- yard lines with kicking predominant. Matty Bell's Methodists fdund their aerial attack only once in their inter- tcctional duel with Vanderbilt at Dallas, but then it bogged down on the fouryard line and the Commodores went back home with a 6-to-O victory. <*> ob Zuppke's Kin Bobs Up Many of London's biggest palaces show double features. . Boh Zuppko, left, seems to bp enjoying the compnny of Bob Zuppkc, right. Big Bob. from Minneapolis, is the nephew «f little Bob. Bob plays end on Uncle Bob's University of Illinois football te«im. Incidentally, it's Untie Bob's 2511) Illini club. Hitch-Hikers Thumb a Ride With Henry Ford WOOSTER, Ohio.—(/P)—Henry Ford, the motor magnate, can be susceptible to the jerk of a thumb along an open highway. John Smucker and Robert Strong say that while hitch-hiking to their homes here from jobs ;it Pontiac, Mich., they flashed the thumb signal to an approaching car nt the outskirts of Dearborn, Mich. A large, maroon car pulled to n stop and gave them a lift to Monroe, Mich. "To whom are we indebted?" Smucker and Strong inquired as they got out. "To no one," cnme the reply, and then as if an afterthought:. "I am Mr. Ford." Fleet row. street is London's newspaper All Roads Lead to Hope NEW YORK—Even a piece of glass recovers from a cut. Like a cut finger, its stren|th coouxs back, although its "scar" prevents 'full recovery. The exblsun&tlon is found by Merton W. Jone4 «dpd, Julian M. Blair of the University oC Colorado, in. the Journal of Applied'Physics. They noted that jgiass malted '$/£ glass cutter became inaore difficult fo. break if allowed to Stand forififefne time. Tests showed that a glass scored by the cutlet recovered 30 per cent ot it3 strength 'm 1&. days—most of this recovery irvti^e firtt two days, polariz*d*|Jght showed tfie rejp«>. Thin ligh|.lp»(iw.» strains in glass" vnd blue and red colors. Under the scratch of the glass cutter, the colored patterns of strain shot out into the channel surrounding the scratch. But if the glass were not broken, these colors slowly receded, indicating recovery of strength- Brown Coach PROVTDENCE-Mal Williams, outstanding schoolboy track coach in R^ode Island for the last IS years, has been named varsity track and field coach at Brown University. HOWA8Q COUNTY CLA/P/C COUNTY COUNTY NEI/AOA COUNTY COUNTY LAFAYEVTE COUNTY COLU COU Zebras, Unbeaten, to PlayEl Doradj Bobcats Take on Nashvilli Scrappers at Hope Fri• day Night LITTLE ROCK-(/r)—Pinc Bluff Zebras, undefeated mid milled In Arkmi.sn.s high school nthletie cortji fere nee. are expected lo keep theti slate clean at the expense of El Donidd in one of the three conference game this week. El Dorado holds one win lij| league .standings, but last week wi defeated by Smackovor as the Zebrd whipped Canulen. Fordyce will be seeking its first cori| ference victory against the Hot Sprllt|f I Trojans at Hot Springs. Malvern todK the mcfisurc of Konlyce, 34 to 6, n non-conference game last wee! while Hot Springs was bowing Little Rock, 2G to G. Friday night Little Rock's Tigs? open u week-end of football in Foci Smith, playing Coach Ben Mnyd^j hauless Grizzlies in a preliminaf i to the Arkansas-SMI) battle Satin-da}! ! afternoon. Fort Smith was handed ?| i 31 to nothing licking by North Little ' Rock last week, and the Tigers ore eii i peeled to have little trouble with thefl opponents. . ,S;| Hope, also undefeated in the con||;i ference. is looking for a buttle as i| goes outside the championship circilK lo meet Nashville. Blytheville's ChlcK '' asaws. with two conference Victoria play Walnut Ridge, n non-confere foe. Other non-conference games Fridajf find Benton meeting Catholic Hign^ here and North Little Hock journeying to Searcy. Paragon Id plays at Forrest';' City, Newport at Jonesboro, Paris &% Ruwiollville and Rogers at Clark.sville^ Cnmden travels lo Texarkana for a| Saturday game. ;?:f Prothro Is Given 5-Year Contrad Salary Terms of Lit Rock Manager Not Disclosed _,„ Had Cakewalk Y0B|t~Yankees led in the Merchants and Farmers Fair October 21-22-23: Trade Week October 18-23-Plan to be Mere LITTLE ROCK. Ark. — (/Pi — Jamoi|p$gv' Thompson (Doct Prothro signed ovel%*|^iv. : :i; the week-end a five year contract M:'<fe||;,.v manager of the Southern Associatidni; ; f'||v i - ehnmpion Little Rock Travelers. Htejf;.$S$,(:• salary was not made public. •*FjJf>ij; i '-S$ Roy L. Thompson, president of the'gil'i, 'JSj Little Rock baseball company, mado^jifS:-,' the announcement, spiking reportS.ft-|J?/,;9 thill Prothro was considering ly of accepting a major contract. The Arkansas Ga/»tte said it received reports that Prothro had cd down two big major league propO:|?-| sillons, one International League con'Sj;,; tract imil three Southern Assocnitlbii- offers. (~V'V Thompson lauded the Pebble pilot',in a statement saying he deserved 1 ' all praise from the Little Rock baSefr; ball patrons. ^v f After a great record as n player ana,;!; manager at Memphis, Fvothro canifli-: here in 1935. He more than made good. -^ his promise of a first division club in ? three years by leading his 1937 outfit ; ;;. to the Southern and Shnughnessy ploy- v off championship. Little Rock lost to'.-:;' Fort Worth in the Dixie series. ..." lie's Kenlly Tough ; COLLEGE STATION, Texas-Harry, ; Mullins, Texas A. & M. tackle, is a.;:--, battler in more ways than one. Th$ Bulldogs' star lineman is also national intercollegiate heavyweight box-*; ing champion. •>•. t OAK LOGS We iire in (he market for n round lot of Forked Leaf White Oak, Cow Oak, Ovcrcup, Burr Oak, mm Kcit Oak Logs. For Trices uiul Specifications Apply to Hope Heading COMPANY I'lionc 215 TRUSSES Wu carry a complete stock of I Trusses, We arc careful iu correct- I ly fit these trusses, mid our prices lire the lowest that can be made, No charge, made for fitting. JOHN S, GIBSON Drug Company The Rexall Store PJiono 03 Delivery COTTON LOANS We arc now making Government Cotton Loans. Bring us you cotton [or quick service. Jett William* & Co. J SEE US »»For Painting and B.ody Work— f{ Special Car Paint Job—$17,50 '$ 0. K, Body Shop i!ll)15 S. Elm (Old Hgli- Shop)] $ m. m. MORGAN

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