Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1937 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 4, 1937
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: PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, November 4, Ctean Town Wins - Suit for Scales Kecovers Cotton Scales From Last. Year's Town Weigher .the case of C. D. Webb. 1936 weighed in Ozan. against the town of Ozan Was, settled in municipal court at Hope, Monday. Webb brought suit against the town <tf Ozan for ?500 to cover damage for tk«" fown'S demanding that he give tip the cotton scales which legally be- tohged to the town. Webb claimed Uwt the scales belonged to the community. ^hen the 1936 cotton weighing sea- «0n was over, Webb, instead of re- Utfm'ng the scales to the town of- fifials, took them to his home and refused to give them up when the U37 •weighing season opened. Webb was ordered to give up the scales by * member of the Hempstead county lW force. jBe then brought suit against the town. The town won the case in court Monday. The plaintiff had one wit- vtss. The cotton scales were purchased S»yeral years ago by the farmers of 0je .Ozan community. Five cents was »»ken Off each bale of cotton weighed Igttil .the scales were paid for. The farmers requested that the scales be- ewtne" the property of the town of Oian whenever they were paid for. , m* t im — fThe famous composer, Frederic Chopin, was born on March 1, 1809. Southwest Plenty Fast, Says Bible Daredevil Football Favored by All Conference Team AUSTIN. Texas—Arkansas has the ball on its 10-yard line late in the game, with the score favoring tho Razorbacks 7-3. The University of Texas defense is set for the punt which it believes Quarterback Dwight Sloan is sure to call. Sloan drops back in long punt formation, and what does he do? If you know Southwest Conference football and particularly the Arkansas Razorbacks, the answer is easy. Sloan passes of course, to one of his towering ends, for a gain that moves his team out of danger. Thnt is the type or daredevil football spectators sec week after week in the southwest. Unorthodox? Certainly. Unsound? Wait a minute. When Sloan called that pass, he KNEW the Longhorns weren't going to intercept it. This cool, steady young man. superb passer that he is, was running no more risk of giving the ball to Texas than he would of having a punt blocked and possibly recovered for the Longhorn's winning touchdown. He knew where he was throwing the ball. About the worst misfortune he risked was loss of a down. Passers like Sloan and his teammate. Jack Robbins, like Billy Patterson of Baylor, Davey O'Brien of Texas Christian. Ken Mills of Texas A. and M., and Ernie Lain of Rice carry on Here are Plans for Low-Cost Rural House Built With Logs "QUAKER OATS is a Great Breakfast," 'DICK MERRILL, Trans-Atlantic Ocean Flyer, who hold* the All-Tune Record for two successful Atlantic Roand- Trip*! 9 You can't beat a Quaker Oats breakfast for that -warm, friendly lift on a cold, cheerless morning ... It's rich in food-energy, rich in flavor, and costs only 'A cent per portion ... Besides, Quaker Oats is abundant in Nature's Vitamin B —the precious vitamin that doctors say you should have daily to combat nervousness and poor appetite! Give youngsters this Breakfast of Great Americans. Rich in food en- only Quaker Oats! V BREAKFAST! BRACES-UP NERVES & DIGESTION This plan illustrates numerous features of good planning lor the farm home at low cost,. The plan shows the use ot logs In construction, although it is equally effective in frame or rock. The 1 rectangular plan is economical of space. The central hall affords entrance to all the rooms, and provides for heating from one central >5 Well-Behaved (Continued from ftge One) n space are leat«» that desirable. Complete working drawings of this plan, No. secured from your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent Thta M one of many plans designed for Arkansas conditions as a plan services W larm people prepared by the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. the southwest's aerial tradition. They took up this year where T. C. U.'s incomparable Sammy Baugh left off. When you have a passer who rarely ever costs you more than a down, and quite often connects for gains that cut up yardage in huge chunks, it certainly is sound strategy to take advantage of his talent. TCMIIS Build Offenses Around Passing Forward passing yearly is becoming more popular in football, and the southwest has headed the parade. Virtually every team in the country now employs the pass as an intcrgal part of its offense, not merely as a threat. In the southwest some teams build their entire offense around the for j ward pass. In defeating Texas, 21-10 Arkansas threw 36 passes and completed 18, with only two intercepted and both those deep in Longhorn territory. Approximately every other play was a pass. Throughout a three-game stretch the Baylor Bears passed for six consecutive touchdowns. Why is the pass so popular in the southwest? First, we have the passers. Boys throw a lot in this section. Footballs in the fall and winter. Baseballs in the spring and summer. The weather is conductive to outdoor sports the year 'round. Players come to college with the throwing habit. It is a tradition. The weather influences the game in this vicinity. In the north, cast, midwest, and Pacific northwest, a coach wouldn't dare build his attack around passing. His team would be almost sure to strike a number of cold, rainy, icy, and snowy days when passes would be well-nigh useless. | ( Ruin Fails to Curb Forwards [' in Southwest I In the southwest bad weather is itrictly the exception. There may^ be rainy Saturdays, but the real passing team is not seriously bothered. To refer again to Arkansas, most typical less than any of her sisters. Annette, then, is n non-conformist Who is canny enough to break rules thnt don't carry a penalty. She'll say "No"—but if you say, "Oh, come on," she'll usually come. Emilie, on the other hand, does not say "No' unless she means it. When she does soy it she sticks to it. It Depends Upon flcr The advantage of the discipline-by- isolntiun method is that it makes learning possible. When a quint is isolated, she has.a chance to consider whether she would rather be alone or with the oilier four. The length of her Isolation depends entirely on her. If she wants to spend the remainder of the play period in the isolated room, no adult interferes; if she wants to come back and behave she is welcomed. When the chil-training experts set up their routine, the first rule was— "Let 'em cry." The quints, who were Used to getting instant attention when they cried, found this rather hard to take, and set out at once to see whether they had more endurance than the nurses. There were times when the nursery fairly rang with the sound of wailing—one child once cried for a solid hour—but before long the quints found out svho was boss. After that, things went better. In recording the quints' progress, the psychologists divided their history into tewo periods—nnd (i comparison of the two is interesting. It shows that the quints behave much better now than they were behaving a year ago. The children do far less quarreling when playing together; they behave better at the fable, make less fuss when going to bed. Soon Cnuglit On One incident shows how keen these five sisters are about things. It happened about a year ago, when it was discovered thnt more cases of disobedience were cropping out during the outdoor play period than in any other part of the routine. Since this period does not ordinarily produce much trouble, the psychologists were puzzled. At last they got the answer. During the outdoor play period,- the children, unknown to themselves, were on display before the public. The public liked to see alt five girls together, tf one were absent, tourists would express doubt that there really were five of them. Hence the nurses had become reluctant to discipline n child, through isolation, during thnt period. The quints didn't know the reason for It, but they soon caught on to the fact thnt at this particular time they could break the law with impunity. Ftcstoration of strict discipline during the outdoor play period soon ended that. In general, the quints play together very well and have few quarrels. As in any group of children, of course, there are occasional spats—but they usually end with the two disputants sitting down calmly and playing together. A healthy attitude of adventure is being developed in the quints' play. The psychologists have testified that it is surprising how little the quints notice the stumblings, fallings, and dumpings that are a part of all outdoor play for children. Dr. BlaU's theory Is that adults in general should interfere in such activities "only to prevent homicide or suicide," carefully avoiding unnecessary Interference in situations that children can solve for themselves. Too Early for Results The quints are learning to get excellent control over their tempers, since a cardinal rule of their training routine has been that a show of , anger never geU a child anything. And so, since they have little fear, seldom get angry and obey the rules s well us 3-year-olds could be ex- wctcd to obey them, it can be seen hat their training is progressing sat- sfaclorily. How will it go in the future? The psychologists' report concludes with hese words: "It is too early to prognosticate the development of the control of fear in these five children, because of their unusual environment. At the present time the stability of their surroundings makes for an atmosphere of trust and confidence, but one can suggest that very soon these children must have an opportunity of wider so- 1,243 Pounds of (Continued from Page One) owned by Jessie Goodlclt. The 1,243 pounds of cotton were produced on nn cinl experimentation if the etnotlonnl aspect of their personalities is to be tully nnd ndeciuntcly developed." NEXT: The |«yeholo(dcnl Iwck- Rronml of llio quintuplets' routine. nci-e Hint lies nl the foot of the hill upon which Die Locke residence is built. Although the Innd lins been in cultivation one hundred years, it hiis received only flic benefits of diversified farming. Locke is ulso n livestock dciilor. Since June he has nuirkclod npproxi- mntcly 100 cattle. Koi-enn children are tnughl their alphabet by 'drawing .symbols i" the saiui. Phone 2G6 HOBBS Gro, & Market Free Delivery BANANAS, IB. 5c CARROTS, Bunch.... 6c CELERY, Stalk l2</ 2 c LETTUCE, Head .... Be TOMATOES, Ib. lOc Pink Grapefruit Sc Kiln Dried Yams, Ib 3c Cranberries, Ib. .. 19c of the passing teams, the Razorbacks clinched the 1936 conference championship on a field ankle-deep in water, with rain falling in sheets—by marching nearly the length of the field on passes from Sloan to Benton and finally scoring the day's lone touchdown by the same route. Receivers are as important as passers, and these woods are full of good ones. Baugh refuses to admit that pro fessional receivers are superior to the boys he pitched to at Texas Christian, Waiter Roach, L. D. Meyer, and Willie Walls. Those stars have graduated, but we still have plenty of catchers—Homer of T. C. U., Boyd of Baylor, Smith of Texas A. and M., Steen 61 Rice, Benton and Hamilton of Arkansas, Peterson and Bryan of Texas, and Dewell and Acker of Southern Methodist being only a few of -And That's When W. D. Calhoun of Monroe, La., •••••••—.v. Goes Into Action ! 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