Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 29, 1937 · Page 5
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...Friday,..October 29,_ 1937 HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS PAG! -WVft California's Golden Bears Roll on Toward Rose Bowl Arkansas Picked to Defeat Aggies Notre Dame Needs More Than Fight Against Minnesota My II.UWY CiHAVSON K|i«vl» Keillor, NKA Service ricking t)ii ¥ winners on On- nation's gridiron fronls becomes ;ui increasingly disturbing task MS the little fellows' continue In rise out of nowhere •n smack ilown tin? favorites \vitli gus- li). The much-dented dope bucket took .mother kicking around last week wlien Western Maryland lurned back Syracuse, conqueror of Cornell, ami Brown, surging lo great heights, tumbled it greatly favored Columbia. Not to forget Auburn's startling 21-0 rout >f Georgia Terh. I3ut ;\11 thine,. 1 . being equid, we'll continue to Mick (,. the form chart. California's complete triumph over Southern California erased iiiiy doubt hot It it- Golden Bears might not bo hi 1 best outfit on the west coast, and I'll take nothing .short of ;i miracle or U. C I,. A. to .stem this avalanche if Berkeley brawn Stub Allison's amanng array of lackficld strength, led by Viv Botnrri end John Mi'ck. oper.itin); behind lh;it rigantic. bard-hilling forward wall, l.uuld |. Hind right up into the lla.sc Bowl at Pa.s.idcna. Mmiii'sota's mighty Vikings aren't Topcoats Tailored to a Young Man's Taste Belled Back and All Round Belt A warming style thought, in a rugged ulster, double breasted, \v i t h s|> a e i u us 10-50 $OO.5 Haynes ros. Tlu IT Is No Profitable Substitute for (Duality" ' very likely to (jive Notre Dame a very i pleiifniH reception, and with the bon: efit of a week's rest behind Ihcm the ! Gophers' should be able lo unloose the I full extent of their power. All of which 1 bodes ill indeed for the Irish. : C;\rnev,ie Tech shouldn't prove too | much of an obslnnee for Pitt. ; ttnins Due to Be Upset i Jimmy Crowley is worried nnd small j wonder, Meeting North Carolina in 1 the Tar-Heels' own buck yard isn't Ihe !ir:>st pleasant assignment in the world 1 and the southerners are gctljtig beHer i every Saturday. In fact, (he comhiiri- jlic, nof Jack Burnclte and Andy Bcr- ] .slink probably will be too much for the 1 Hams to handle. Since the odds ore against Yale (ji.i- i in>; thronyh the season undefeated. Saturday looks like the day when all 1 K'wul things come to an end. D;irt- I iiuiulh. serving' notice of its pawcr by j its victory over Hiirvanl. is the team I of opportunity and has just emun>h ; all-round strength to turn the trick. i Now that Cornell has hit. the skids i there's no telling how far the Big Red . will slip. Columbia has belter Ihan an leven chance of making it three losses in a row for Carl .Snavcly's lads. ( Holy Cross packs loo much power for Temple and N. Y. (J. should barely slip by Colgate. Navy's big guns will boom again and Fenn will take a shelling. The Princeton Tiger probably will clasv Harvard. Ilimslers mi the l'|)Krade Indiana, with its strongesl team in years, is given a good chance to upset Nebraska, while Santa Clara, journeying to Chicago from the west coast, is {favored over Marfjuetle. i lurdue finally should win a Bib Ten | g-ime with Iowa a.s its victim, ami a ! lot of folks won'l be too Mirpi iscd if : Wisconsin dumps Northwestern and II- i liiini.s downs Michigan. | Villanova must be given the edg;.' over Detroit despite the Titans' smash. iiil.' victory over Boston College. Arkansas and T. ('. I', are favored over Texas A. and M. and Baylor, re; pectively. with Auburn a distinct choice over Rice. Texas has lo gel going sometime, so I'm giving the Longhorns the call over Southern Methodist. Tennesse probably will halt Georgia, and Tulane can be given the edge over Mississippi. Sr.uihcrn California is likely lo make a comeback at Washington Slate's ex- I ,'nse. and Stanford, rolling along much smoother now. should dosvu Oregon State. * Football is a .great game. Picking the winners is another. But sooner or later you lose in both. JllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllr: I STAR DUST I = By LKONAKD EI.US 5 Tlimillimilllimillimillllllllllllll llllllllllllimilimillllNlllimilimimiimiTl Call Harry Phone 148 Call Harry I'll pick up your laundry. HARRY PHIPPS COTTON LOANS • QUICK SERVICE © IMMEDIATE PAYMENT A TOM KINSER 3 Hope, Arkansas J FOR SALE Beautiful building lots with all conveniences, $50 and up. Also homes on easy payments. See A. C. ERW1N Plume I5S or 1SII-W. The other day you rend in this column n reproduction of an article by A! Hose, Camden editor, who is advocating an addition of about five teams to Ihe Arkansas Athletic Conference and then splitting the conference into half—a north half and a south half— with 10 teams in the south and 111 in the north half. The winner in the south half would play the winner in Ihe north half for the championship of Ihe slate. That's Mr. Hose's idea of giving a team a clear title to the Arkansas championship. * * * + * We agreed with Mr. Hose thai such teams like Nashville, DeQueen, Smackover and say (wo others Ibat are potential winners, should be in the conference. That's fine. But we can't sec that a division into a north half and a south half is any better than the present system. For this statement we give a reason. * * * * * Suppose two of the II) teams in the s'llilh half wound up with perfect records, having won five conference games apiece. Then suppose Iwo learns in the north half wound up the season with each winning five conference games. Then what would you have'.' You would have two teams in the south elniminf! the cahrnpion.ship— and two teams in the north claiming the championship. You would have four champions that way—nnd the conference would be in a bigger muddle Ihan ever. ***** It won't work that way, Al. About the only solution we can offer if Ihe present season winds up with Hope j claiming the championship and Little i Rock laying claim to it—that is if Little Hock goes through undefeated nnd Hope undefeated—would be lo amend (he rules nnd have a post-season game ***** Probably another solution would lx> if additional teams are added, would be to force each team in the conference to play seven or eight conference learns instead of five. This would tend to bring Ihe stronger teams together and in doing this would reduce a team's standing in the won nnd lost column. Won-confernce teams that have bowled over members of the "Big 15" this season are: Smackover whipped El Dorado; Malvern defeated Fordyce; Bauxite won over Benton; Brinkley look Forrest City's measure: Catholic High. Little Hock knocked over Jonesboro and we believe Van Buren bung up a victory over a conference foe. however. Buren. we're not sure about Van It is- only Mums-hip and fair play loams like Nashville. * * * * * a malter of good sports- to admit such DcQucen and Smackover and say two others thai arc potential winners, into the conference. 'Hie three mentioned deserve lo be in the conference. They're plenty lough. But—a split conference would do no good. The real solution—and the only solution—would be hall all games after Thanksgiving except tho.'-e tied up in the conference, if any, and allow only post-season games to play for tbe championship. ***** This talk of championship is probably out of our line right now, anyway. If the Bobcats defeal Camden. and wo believe they will. Hope still has Blythc- ville and Hussellville lo contend with before getting over the hump. And that's a big hump. too. Hey. Blvthe- ville. Hussellville! ***** Did you know that the Bobcals are leading all conference teams in scoring this season? Considering all games, the Bobcats have piled up a total of 202 points this season. No other team in the conference has made that many points. ***** When Ihe Bobcats and Panthers clash Friday night it will be like "old time>" for Grady Quimby—only Quimby will lx> dressed up in a Bobcat uniform instead of wearing a Panther suit. They say that the Panthers have no "love" for Quimby. We believe thai Quimby can lake care of himself in any high school game. Quimby should be wise cm Panther plays—so watch him diagnose them Friday night. ***** Camden's football record for the season; Camden ID. Smackover 0. Camden 52. Nashville G. Camden 2(1. Monroe. La., 0. Camden 0. Little Hock Hi. Camden 7. Pine Bluff M. Camden ol. Tcxarkana 7. ***** Hoy Bossom, writing in the Hot Springs- Senlennial Record, praises Ihe Hot Springs Spartans with these descriptive words'. "Those rough little Hot Springs Spartan;: have better defensive tactics than a co-od in a rumble seat. You can't gain an inch on them." -K * * * * See you in Camden! Havo your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. Cleaners & Hatters Warren Defeats Fordyce, 2143 Lumberjacks Use Passes to Advantage in Win Over Redbug's FORDYCE.—Warren High School School Lumberjacks defeated the Fordyce Redbugs 21 to 13 here Thursday night. Fordyce scored first in the opening quarter. Edwards went over for the touchdown. A pass, Jordan to Edwards, scored Ihe extra point. In the same quarter Warren took the ball and with two passes to Kelly and Nichols gained 43 yards. Nichols and Keaster ; llernated in carrying the ball and Nichols lunged over. He also plunged for the extra point to tie the score. In Ihe second (juaner. Keaster carried the ball over. A pass Nichols to Kelly scored the extra point with the half ending 1-1 to 7. In the third quarter Faster ami Nichols again took the ball for four successive first downs and Nichols went over for the touchdown ami Anders plunged for the extra point. In the final quarter a pa.ss, Jordan to Holmes, was good for 'X< yards, Cannon raced 2'A yards. A pass Jordan to Cannon scored the last touchdown Feastcr for Warren was the main ^und gainer. Cannon was oul-sland- Nashville in Good Shape for Porkers Scrap pel's Will Be Up Against Toiu^h Foe Fri- . day Night , NASHVILLE, Ark.-The Nashville' High School Scrappers will play Tex- erkana High here Friday night. The i Nashville .squad is in good condition, i The Scarppcrs have been defeated | only by Camden and Ho|>e, and have ' defeated Murfreesboro. Dierks, Do j Queen. Ashduwn anil Prescolt. j _ . 4rr*4T''^ — I Reddies to Depend on Fighting Line State's Oldest Football i Rivalry to Be Renew- ' ed at Oomvav • for Fordyce. In first downs War' el| \led IK lo 11). suc- their lave a ny, by 'ts worn l;c times lay. 'll clothes affairs the home on trousers and n the jacket r fit too lighlly. t "bounce" oul is its life enor- Tuously sloul don't Furamatizc your .size. Jill dark or medium- j<vill give a slimming Jrcaslcd suits are bet- stout men than the ones. four accessories. Men, Jiround to giving a few Jtion to color-blending |/er they're just as good wives. Don't be afraid I i with colors. far attention to the "V" .cd on Page Four) fdinals Expect to Baugh to Camp nin OtfIS.-i/TV-General Manager f ()1 . Rickey of the St. Louis Cary., n |id today that the National iii.s Aseball team expected lo lake In \'Ugh lo ilt> spring Irainmg and lyvear. yards, laws-flinger cMraordinar>. stripe i^ under the impression he center o|ed his Cardinal contract Slatistiptball with the Waslnng- 17 for tliv He was a third base- Camden \slop at Texas Christian Ki/./.a m game, Whi For Hoi* in defeat. £ until injurediription ed a nice def^ nflfl Hecse and Pe\ UUU The Bobcats' l(ch Friday jiigbt. P""^ \ IBSON AftKADELPHIA. -Renewal of ihe slate's oldest football rivalry at Con- wa.v Kndiiy night when the invading Henderson State Teachei'M Collci) 1 Keddies play the Hcmlrix Warriors, 1 will I'inil the Arkadelphia collegians in , pretty good physical condition and confident they will give their oppo- ; nenl.s a great fight. It will be ihe first nighl same for I Ihe Heddics. j A fighting line is counted on to offset the charges of the Warrior had. i field. The probable starting Imc-upi for Henderson follows: Null and I-sirk- ers. ends; Kissel and Hitcho ck. rr | Patterson, tackles; Tatom and Banks, guards; Caplinger. center; Phillips. ! quarter; Varnado. left half; Turner, i right half; Miller, fullback. j Charles Starr, Former Traveler Manager, Dead UTTLK ROCK.-Charles W. Starr, who managed Little Rock's first base ball team after the city returned U: the Southern Association in lillf), died at Pasadena October 18. ii was learned in a letter received Thursday from the athlete's brother, Fred E. Starr, also of Pasadena. .Starr, a former big league]. u;>». ob] lamed from Chattanooga m .1 tnuli lor Outfielder Jud Daly early in the 1!)I5 season and was made captain and j later manager, white he also played I M-conil base for the li)!, 1 ) Travelers. He continued as manager during Ihe l!lll> season but as a player fdled only utility roles. He that hath never had great ftore Owen. \ Delivery More than 1000 varieties of orchids were exhibited by one grower at a London horticultural show. A FULL HOUSE OF FULLBACKS - , ( IV'innfsot.i is noted for ful'b.T'ks down through Vhc years. Stars of yesteryear lined up on the Gophers' pi ictu-e field with Larry Bnhler. one of the etirrc'nl smashers, lo symbolize their ;vlma mater's power They are, from left to rifiht: Sheldon Beise. l<»3/!-5; Otis IVT.cCrc'ery, 1921-2; Carl Lidberg, 1923-4- Buhler Herb Joostirig. l ( J2(i-7: and Bronko Na[>urski, 1927-8-!). Add such as Walloper Wyinan, 1915-6' '.T'< M antlers. HMD-1-2: and Stan Kostka. HI3-1. to the list mid you have a fair idea of Maroon and Gold drive clown through the years. * Bearden Bears Too Tough for Wolves Prescott Team Is Defeated on Home Ground, Score 28toO PRESCOTT.--Bearden High School defeated PrcscoU Thursday night, 28 to 0. The Curly Wolves' only throat to score was in the first quarter when they carried the ball on line plays to the eight-yard line and lost the ball on a fumble. Bearden's first touchdown was made after four first downs through the line from the kickoff. Its next score was in the third quarter on line plays. The third touchdown followed an exchange of punts when a Prescott player touched the ball, which was recovered by Bearden and a touchdown followed a long pass. The final score was made in the fourth quarter on passes and line plunges. 'Prescott made 14 first downs and Bearden 12. Prescott tried 13 passes, completing six, while Bearden tried five, completing three. The chance of quintuplets being born is about one in 41,600,000 births. YOU CAN SEE A THOUSAND FOOTBALL GAMES - tltwuak the cue* et exvetl v ff U v itet*, whose tevetts r a,y»eat ". in tku ave* pav By direct wire from gridirons the nation over, these trained reporters colorfully describe kickoffs, cross-bucks, end-runs, and the thousand thrills of the game WHILE THEY ARE HAPPENING. The Associated Press reports the news of football as it reports the news of the world — swiftly, accurately, completely. an d new* dail Star A MEMBER OF THi ASSOCIATED PRiSS

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