Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1937 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 11, 1937
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Thursday, November 11, 193? HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE Russellville Team Prepares To Invade Hope Frida .'r Minor, Tackle, Is Reported Injured Star of RusHolivillo Line Has Log Injury, Not Likely to Play nUSSELLVlLLE, Ark.-The RUK- (•ellville Crimson Cyclones minus Ihc services of Jimmy Minor. 197-pound tr.ckle, an.' preparing for their invasion of Hope for a conference game Friday night. Minor, mentioned for alt-state last year, has an injured leg that will prob- nbly kec)> him out <-f p|;,y for two weeks. Conch Wallace Bailey said. The absence of Minor from the line- Up dims tin- prospects of the locals for victory in their clash with Coach Foy Miimmons' powerful Bobcats, which arc- said to average 175 pounds tcj the man. Musters. A-slin, mid Bright are the stars of the Boh/cats' nlUicU. Bright, Iriplo-tlneal and main hid of the Bobcats for all-state honors, is just re- covciing from an injured ankle, and is expected to play against (h,. Cyclones. Ramsey. ISO, and Quimhy and Stone, tackles, are Ihc mainsiay.s of (lie Rob- cat liiif. Slcitif was all-state hist year. Tin- C.vclniic.s an- .spending the week on Die timini; of |K>wer plays, fnkes. pawing. Although thp Cyclones have shown a powerful offense, capable of making two or Ihrec touchdowns on all comers so far this year, Ihoiv defense has been fanned, and Minor will be greatly missed. The Cyclones will leave Friday morning in cars and will return home immediately following the game. CiiHene tinnier Is Queen . Miss Carlcne Burner, attractive blonde, was chosen by the football team and student body of Hope HiHh School as homecoming queen for the Bobeal-Russellville game to be p^a.v- ed here Friday night. The selection of Miss Brunei- to reign over festivities was announced al noon Thursday. Chosen as her maids of honor are: Ihonen Mimn, senior rnnld; Marion Smith, junior maid; Jenny Sue Moore, sophomore maid; Mary Wilson, freshman maid. Mayor Albert Graves will crown Miss Brunei-, a senior high school student, as queen ju.st before the kickoff which tins been sent for 8 o'clock. She will then present G. V. Keith, captain of the Bobcat team, the football to be used in the game, and to the Russellville captain she will present a wreath of flowers. Work (in New Plays Clear skies and sunshine heartened the Bobcat learn Thursday as Coach Foy I luminous prepared to send Ins charges through the final practice session Thursday afternoon. The team lias been given a set of SPECIAL PREMIUM VALUES K NEW '"'""•"'•'•I CATAJ.O(;-KOU)Elt NOW I'ACKKt), WITH COUPONS, IN "That Good Flour' HELIOTROPE SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST Beautiful Patio Ware Sugar and Creamer FREE with each 48 Ib. or 24 Ib. sack. At all Leading Grocers. RITCHIE GROCER CO, Dist. I'lione 2GG HOBBS Gro. & Market Frco Delivery BEAUTIFUL Platio-Ware Sugar and Creamer Set Free With Each 24 Pound Bag. 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The llo].e High School football team will play its fifth and final conference gume. of the season here Friday night against the HiiKsellvllle High School Cyclones. A victory would put the Bobcats over the .MX) percentage point, having won two anil lost two in the "Big 15." As you know, Hope won over Benton and Jonesboro mid then lost to Camden and Blytheville in the conference. Opponents of the Bobcats have two victories in the conference -.igninst only one defeat. ***** 'Die conference crown will probable be settled this Saturday afternoon at I-ine Bluff when the Little Hock Tigers and the Zebra clash in the 21st annual game. A win for the Tigers would leave only North Little Rock in the path of Coach Clyde Van Sickle's team toward mi undefeated season. A victory for Pine Bluff would give the Zebras their eighth conference victory against no defeats. It will be the fiihil conference game for the Zebras. ***** Regardless of the outcome, up in northeast Arkansas the Blytheville Chicks are undefeated and will probably lay a claim to the title. Only Jonesboro and Forrest City stand in Rlylheville's way and it is not likely that either Jonesboro or Forrest City will win from the Chicks. The rules, however, provide that the championship shall be awarded on a percentage basis, and that in ease of a tie. the (ille shall go to the team which has played the greatest number of games. Blylhovillo will have played five lonference games when the season ends, Litlle Rock seven arid Pine Bluff eight. In the event of a draw between Little flock and Pine Bluff, say a 0 to 0 Kartie. Blylhevillt then woidd have the lest retold from a percentage standpoint. ***** And speaking of Blytlievillc. here is good news for the Bohc.its as they meet the Chicks on the llupu field next year: Eight regulars and two reserves are playing their last season for the Chicks, flayers to he lost by graduation are Captain Meredith, Homer Bcsharse. "Bronchi " Brown, backs; Bab Roberts. James Burton. Lloyd Wise. Hildred Bunch. Calvin Moody, Peck llardin and Dick Burns, linemen. ***** And now for some pigskin picks: Russellville at Hope. Hope 13. Rns- sellvillc (i. And if Bright and Aslin are not in the game, I didn't predict it. Little Rock at Pine Bluff. Wo are pulling for Pine Bluff—but we PICK Little Rock lo win. The Zebras have deception, but without McGibbony, the Tigers are too powerful. Little Rock i;i. I'ine Bluff 7. Searcy at Bl.s theville. Blytheville HI. Searcy 0. Camden at Fordyce. Camden 27, Fordyce (i. El Dorado at Hot Springs. Hot Springs M. F.I Dorado 7. Prescott at Beiilon. Benton 19, Pros- new plays in an effort lo strengthen the offense. It remained doubtful whether Vasco Bright and Kilwaril A.slin would see action in the Russellville game. Other members of the squad are expected to be in .shape. The game will be the final conference tilt of the season for Hope, and the Bobcats aro anxious to win as their standings are two losses and two wins inside the conference. Tickets will go on sale Friday morning lit Hope Confectionery and Jacks Newsstand. This price is 50 cents. Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is u formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more than the old sail method and is much less trouble. MnkhiK all cuts tasty and delicious. The flue flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for thoso who butcher for market. Electrically Mixed Printed niivclions With Each I'urchaso MONTS SEED STORE 110 Kasl Second CALL NUMBER 8 Representative JACK WITT cott 0. Fayeltevillo at Fort Smith. Fort Smith 20, Fayelteville G. StuHgart at Forrest City, 13, Stuttgart 0. North Little Rock at Newport. North Little Rock 21, Newport 0. University of Arkansas vs. Ole Miss ot Memphis. The Rn/orbacks 21, Ole Miss 14. Rice vs. A. & M. Anything can happen, so we take Texas A. & M., 19 Ui 14. S. M. U. vs. Baylor. Baylor 21, S. M. S. Hi. Texas vs. Texils Christian. Tile Horned Frogs 1-1, 'lexus 7. Pitt vs. Nebraska. Pitt 20, Nebraska 7. * * * * * If you like freak plays in football, hi-re are some more: In the 1927 Texas Christian-Texas Tech game, the final gun went off with a punt in the air. An alert alert T. C. U. safety caught the ball. Both teams retired, leaving him alone, but a drunk tackled him. The referee found no quarrel because T. C. U. had won, but said that if the game had been lied ho would have given T. C. Ij. a touchdown.—By Matty Bell. Southern Methodist. ***** The most famous play in Iowa history was pulled by Hawkeyc Quarterback Samuel E. Gross against Northwestern in 1914. Teams lined up and he called u signal. Then he asked the opposing, and innocent, left end be pcnali/ed for holding. When the referee refused. Gross said "Give me the 1.all—I'll take the penalty myself," took the ball from center, started pacing off the penalty. Once through the Northwestern team, he ran for a touchdown. ***** There have been a number of freak plays in games of Army football teams. Against Stanford in 1928. Red Cagle ran more than 100 yards to gain 25. being touched by every Stanford player and reversing his field at least four times. Against Navy in 192G. Harbold, Army end. kicked a fumbled ball almost half the length of the field before recovering it for a touchdown. Against Navy in-1896, Tipton had clone the same thing. Against Yale in 1925, Chick Harding was lo pass on Yale's 20-yard line. A Yale tackle took the ball from his hand, ran 80 yards lo a touchdown. Dunaway Will Be Host to Coaches Homecoming Planned for Former Pine Bluff Grid Mentors Vandy Coach Says RulesjUl Right Ray Morrison Declares Offense Will Catch Up With Defense NASHVILLE, Tenn.-W-Take Ray Morrison's word for it, the offense will ciilc'li up with the defense if the foot- I all rules committee will just leave the tiiles alone. The Vonclerbilt coach, daddy of the r.Mrzle-dazi'.lcrs, admits that defense fireworks have dominated the current '<- v asmi. but ndded "the defense and offensive even up over the long run." "J mil not one of those who thinks iht' wide-open attack is going out, Ruther, I believe it is as popular as over—but it is getting commonplace. A low years ngo it was a novelty. "Many of our teams are not scoring us they have in the post.. That's true of my team, I know. 7'ampering with the rules isn't a remedy; the rules .should be left alone and the offense will swing back into the limelight." Morrison, who rode lo Jame on the aeriiil circus popularized by his Southern Methodist University teams, said defensive excellence should be a challenge lo coaches to devise new scoring tactics. He recalled that the five-man defensive lino made its first appearance in the Southwest about 20 years ago. "Down there the team trailing in the final quarter began throwing innumer- uble passes," he said. "In defense, their opponents would go into a five- iiiini line. "But even against that setup many i,f the aerials were completed. That's where 1 first got the idea of using so many passes at all times during a game. Why shouldn't they work throughout the game if they worked so well in the last period? "The wide-open attack spread to all parts of the country and naturally coaches began devising a defense for it. Hence, the stress on defense. Now it's up to the coaches to produce new stuff to balance the game and I'm sure they will do it." F-INK BLUFF-Coaeh Allen Dunnway of Pine Bluff High School Zebras ir closing his l<lth year as coach at the high school here. He came here from Magnolia, where he coached one year. He is planning a homecoming for the coaches who worked with him next ! Saturday. Those invited are Foy Ham- 1 mons of Hope; Dr. Peal Allison of I Beaumont, Texas; Lowell Manning of | Jonesboro. and Russell Charles of Fordyce. They have been invited to be Dunaway's guests for the Pine Bluff-Little Rock game here Saturday afternoon. The Zebras were kept indoors again Tuesday because of continued rain. Tlie field is soggy, but will be in excellent shape for Saturday's game if the weather predictions come true—< fair and wanner. Golf Pro Dies TOLEDO—Golfers arc mourning the passing of the veteran Harry Harris, une of the best known and most popular professionals in the .south and mid- west. Heart disease was the cause. No More Coaching by Army Officers War Department to End Football Coaching by Officers WASHlNGTON-l/P)-The War Department said Wednesday that the resignation of Lieut. Col. Ralph Sasse as football coach at Mississippi State College ended grid coaching by "army officers. Sasso, the department said, was the last of a group of officers who held army assignments and coached foot- hall simultaneously. The group included Mnj. Robert Neyland and Maj, Lawrence M. (Biff) Jones. They resigned from the army after an adjutant general's order in December, l'J3, r ), abolished football coaching by army officers but permitted officers under couching contracts to continue coaching until the contracts expired. Quakers Prepare PHILADELPHIA — More than 200 candidates for Pennsylvania's 1938 crew arc working daily under Coach Rusty Callow on the Schuykill river. Board Refuses Accept Perry's Resignation HOf SPRINGS— Adopting a resolution expressing confidence in him as a tcncher and its belief that he is one of the best of the high school football coaches, the Hot Springs School Board Wednesday night unanimously declined to accept the resignation of Merving Ferry. High School athletic director and instructor In history. The resolution set forth that the board had considered circumstances that might have prompted Coach Perry to desire to step out of the local picture. Perry said he had no comment to make. He did not attend the meeting. He offered his resignation a few days ago, following Trojans' continued losing streak in football. Spa Seeks Place in Cotton States Franchise in Baseball League Sought by Business Men HOT SPRINGS, Ark.-(/P)-A fourth Cotton States Baseball League entry from Arkansas appeared in prospect Wednesday when a group of business men announced Hot Springs was prepared to acquire a franchise in the circuit. Informed by J. Walter Morris, league president, that Vicksburg, Miss., had surrendered its franchise, the group said that local financial backing, through subscription, and arrangements for a park had been assured. Morris told the business men that Natchez, Miss., also sought a membership and the league would have to decide bttween the two. He said the Pine Bluff, El Dorado and Helena clubs favored the Hot Springs' entry. The resort city team would play night baseball except on Sundays. Dante, Italian poet, at the age of 9. fell in love with Beatrice Portinari, who, although she did not return his love, was the inspiration for his poems, the supremo poetical achievements of the Middle Ages. Merchants: Order HANES From BEAL-BURROW Dry Goods Co. Little Rock, Ark. GENTLEMEN, it's silly to be chilly! Climb into a HANES Heavyweight Champion and feel the snug, velvety warmth knit into its downy ribs. 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Miss. — (IP)— Parker Hull and Ray Hapes, a pair of hard running, passing halfbacks, will lead the Rebels of Mississippi against Arkansas Saturday in Memphis into what Coach Ed Walker believes will be an Ole Miss victory. He said that his team will throw as many passes as does Arkansas. Walker said he expected his line, headed by Capt. "Bruiser" Kinard, to outshine any combination Arkansas could put on the field. Perry Concedes Trojan Has .Chance to Win Gar HOT SPRINGS - Although than two inches at ribn has ffillfi the Hot Springs High School Tfoja have not neglected practice this WEfef They have been working out IrS school gym, and Coach Merving ry said Wednesday if the rain do cease, he will send his team into game Friday night with El Dorado wifl each man equipped with a set of wai wings and a life preserver. > The El Dorado game is one Perfi believes his battered men Will havef? chance to win. He admitted that was much pleased by the passing ab! ity shown by little J. R. Smith. 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