Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 19, 1937 · Page 5
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y. November mm STAR, som ARKANSAS THE TCU, Rice Battle Tops Conference NO PROPHET-ALL LOSS Battle at Fort Worth Expected to Draw 30,000 Pans Is DALLAS, Texas. —4^') -Ordinary football players haven't stopped him, so Texas Christian plans to toss n nine-yenr jinx at Emit- Lnin, the Rice Institute sophomore, in their Saturday meeting Hint may take most of the scramble out of the Southwest conference. Only conference game of the tiny, the Port Worth battle, expected to draw better thnn 30,000 fnitful despite a cold wave, is the Southwell's top offering. Not since 1924 bus a Rice team disposed of the Christians. There wns n lull of four years before the tennis started at it again, and since 1928 the Christians have boon knocking over (he Owl elevens. The only Rice de- font of 1934 dime from TCU, 7-2. Lnin, burly, 218-pouiul halfback who passes and runs with the same deadly cffecti comes to Fort Worth as the most "marked man" since the days of Southern Methodist's Bobby Wilson. Responsible for oiidit of the Owls' nine touchdowns scored to date, Lain carries the hopes of a conference title for the Owls. A Rice victory would put them just one name invay from the title and in a position where <i split in their windup pomes with Baylor and Southern Methodist could clinch it. Victims of narrow beatings since the season'.*! slnrt, the Christians walloped Texas, 14-0. last week-end with Davey O'Brien carrying the load. Fears that John Hall, the tackle-blasting halfback would not got into the Rice game, were dispelled when he rounded back into shape and look part in last-minute drills. Down at Beaumont Baylor plays its first interseetional game in five years again.s n big. rugged Loyola of Los Angeles team, one that dumped Cen tennry its last time out.Determined to wind up the season with the same blaze that characterized its start, Baylor promised to bounce back from the licking Southern Methodist applied last week. Meanwhile, the Methodists, a prcat ball club against Baylor pushed on towards the Pacific coast and a Saturday night date with the University of California at Los Angeles. A sophomore bnckfield that sparkled against Baylor, Nolan (General) Jackson, George (Red) Ewing. Wally Bearden, Chelsea Crouch and Bob Belvillo, were Matty Bell's chief hopes of tearing UCLA apart. Both Taxes and Texrfs A. and M. remain idle over the week-end preparing for their Thanksgiving Day classic at College Station, but Arkansas, winding up with terrific drive, engages George Washington at Little Rock. COTTON LOANS QUICK SERVICE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT, TOM KINSER Hope, Arkansas A FINANCIAL PLAN for every ma-ii THE HAMILTON TRUST FUND prnspectux availuble ORVILLE W. ERRINGER Hope, Ark. Logs, Blocks and Bolts We arc In the market for White Onk, Ovcrcup, Burr Oak, Red Onk and Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet Gum and Black 'Gum Blocks^ Oak, Ash mid Pino Bolts. For Prices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONE 245 iJr^r^ CRANE WATER 'HEATERS 1 5AUS and SERVICE Easy TcniK Harry W, Shiver Plumbing-Electrical PHONE 259 PURDUE LE DROP TAN6UN6 t.lV£ Wt?E LOSE MICHIGAN ,, COLUMBIA \ffLLANOVA ... StMAWS ILLINOIS CHICAGO AUBURN GEORGIA ,. OWIKli .... WISCONSIN IOWA , PENN. sr. WASHtN&TbN.,. jjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiirj I STAR DUST I § By LEONARD ELLIS = TlltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllillMllllllllllllllllllllllTi Jack Robison, former Hope High School and University of Arkansas star, is having a great season as mentor of the Stuttgart Ricebirds. To clatL 1 . Robison's team has won eight victories against no defeats, one of the best records Stuttgart football teams have enjoyed in years. Last week his team attracted more attention after downing the Forrest City Thoroughbreds, G to 0. Hobison's learn is heavily favored to win it.s ninth straight Friday night in a 'homecoming game against Lonoke. •ft -K * * * NEA Service which supplies this and more than 700 newspapers with reading and picture material, selects'an all- sauthwest college football team. The first tern: 'Ends—Benton of Arkansas and Ramsey of Texas Tech. Tackles—Hale of TCU and Young of Texas A. & M. Guards—Routt nucl Jones, both ol Texas A. & M. Cuter—Aldrich, TCU. Quarter—O'Brien of TCU. Halfbacks—Patterson of Baylor and Wolff of Texas. Fullback—Lain of Rice Institute. ***** The second team: Ends—Boyd of Baylor and Hamilton of Arkansas. Tackles—Lalman of Arkansas ami Sprapue of SMU. Guards—Moore of Rice and Rogers of TCU. Cntcr—Hagler of St. Mary's. Quarter—Brnzell of Baylor. Halfbacks—Sloan of Arkansas and Todd of Texas A. & M. Fullback—Tully of East Texas Teachers. Woodell, center, is the only University of Arkansas man selected un the third team. ***** The Bobcats have enjoyd another good season under Couch Foy Ham- tuons. To date the Bobcats have won seven and lost three. To keep the record straght we'll review the season by scores: Hope 48, Horatio 0. Hope 20, Benton 0. Hope 14, Byrd High, Shrnvcporl. 25. Hope 20, Smackover 0. Hope 37, DeQueen 0. Hope 28, Jonesboro 20. Hope 25, Nashville 0. Hope 6, Camden 28. ROBERTS GROCERY & MARKET West Third Street Home of Better Meats BABY BEEF STEAKS— Pound PORK RIBS— Ppimd PORK SAUSAGE, Country Style— Lb. PORK SHOUIPER ROAST— Lb. LOJN STEAK— Pound FRESH HAM, Whole or Half— Lb. 15c 20c 25c ,-«l^i c 22 '/2C 2lc A Complete Lin§ pf Groceries Hope 0, Blytheville 27. Hop 33, Russellville 9. ***** Some pigskin picks: Clarksville at North Little Rock- Wildcats 13, Clnrksville G. Little Hock at Fordyce—Tigers 31, Fordyce 0. Catholic High at Russellville—Russellville 14, Catholic High 7. Blytheville at Jonesboro—Chicks 19, Jonesboro 7. Hot Springs at Fort Smith—Hot Springs 13, Fort Smith 6. Pine Bluff at Gladewater. We know very little about Gladewater, so we'll take the Zebras. Camdcn at Malvern—Camden 13, Malvcrn G. Nashville at Smackover—The Buckaroos 19, Nashville G. Lonoke at Stuttgart—The Ricebirds 26, Lonoke 0. University of Arkansas vs. George Washington at Little Rock—The Razorbacks 21, George Washington 7. Rice vs. TCU at Fort Worth—TCU 21, Rice 14. The agricultural college at the University of Michigan is the oldest in the country. Razorbacks Head for Little Rotk Rawlings and Stout, Injur- " eel, Will NofMafie "" the Trip FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.—(/P>—Twenty-eight University of Arkansas Razorbacks will here Friday morning for Little Rock to play the George, Wash - ington University eleven Saturday. Quarterback Ralph Rawlings and Tackle BorJ Stout, both injured will not make the trip, F. G. Larimoru and Neal Martin, backs, and Jimmy Amugeri. guard, will go to the capital city Saturday on a special train with the band ami Fayc'Uville fans. Those leaving Friday arc Benton, Hamilton, N. Gordon, Withers, Mbit.' Smith. Lulman. Shillings. Mays, Wolfson, Bishop, Thorpe, Owen, Saliba, D. Martin, Woodell, Donaldson, Roberts, Robbins. Sloan, Eakin, Montgomery, Fletcher, Alwood, Cole, Mosely, Lyons and Humberts. Schoolgirls in Budapest must wear a uniform consisting of a long blue dress covering the knees with a blouse fast- cuing up to the neck. In making a pound of honey ber.s average about 40,000 miles of flying. Stanford Ready Meet California Winner May Receive Bid for the Annual Rose Bowl Game SAN FRANCISCO.- i/T') -Stanford and California meet in their annual "big gamo" Saturday—with a Rose H'i'.vl hiil tho likely prize. Htindlhn; of the game details is Stanford's responsibility this year. Among the nenrly 90,000 funs, Gniduale Manager Al n. Masters conjectures, will mingle enough uninvited, unwanted ;?yp tirlisU- to fill two jails of college- lown dimensions. Aside from handling more than 20.100 automobiles and the seating of enough people to populate a fail-sized lily Masters must gut ready for .such possible eventualities as these of other years. Once while a "front man' 'engaged n ticket seller in a heated argument three confederates .sawed a hole in the booth, reached in and swiped GOO tickets. Co-operation of purchasers enabled the authorities to capture the four culprits. | A student ticket taker once admitted a fclloV who flashed a sheriff's badge, or so it was stamped. Fifteen other "deputy sheriffs" walked through the gule in quick succession. The original "sheriff" had merely passed his budge through the fence to the others. Before the board of athletic control mcmbrs developed the suspicious mind, a racketeer often acquired an arm band similar to that worn by a gate- man. Approaching a ticket taker he would inform him he was wanted at the office and that the newcomer had been sent to substitute. The new gateman collected ducats until he had a handful, then vanished to sell them at a bargain price. The most spectacular gate crashing stunt at Stanford was contributed a few seasons back by the follow who swiped a vaulting pole, headed for the 10-foot iron fence on the run and soared over with a yard to spare. Sure, he saw the game because ho sprinted u\v the stairs with the strides of a hurler and disappeared in the crowd. Gam es High School Benrdcn vs. Norphlel at Camden. Blytheville at Jonesboro (night). Hot Springs at Fort Smith (night). •Forrest City at Marianna (night). Pino Bluff at Gladewater, Texas. Camden at Malvern (night). Goodlnnd (Okla.i at Hope (night). Marked Tree at Piggott. Helena at Catholic High. Memphis. West Helena at Wynne. Siloam Springs at Rogers. Augusta at Paragon Id. Nashville at Smackover. Dardanelle at Danville. McGehee at Warren. Lonoke at Stuttgart. 'Dumas at Dermott. Harrisburg at Hoxtc. Hcber Springs at Atkins. Prescott at De Queen. Alma at Fayettcville. Sloan-Hendrix Academy at Pocahontas. St. Anne's Academy of Fort Smith a Catholic High, Texarkana. Bauxite at Bocbe. Hamburg at Crossett. Cotton Plant at McCrory. Conday al Searcy (homecoming). Winning Plays of 1937 Delayed Deep Reverse and Clever Fakes Shake Pitt Halfback Loose HIS \ To £S PiTT'S S //V 21-b \'<CTOR OAM£ D ALLOWED 7b CCJIS //V AND T IH AIR AS IF Sl&NAL /l|/b'S£D.. OPPOSITION 7h 'AT HE 'IS OUT OF C£\ r £?. TA'<£S 1HHEE STEPS To RIGHT, >.\i- \\ffSM SC.?££.\£D By A\ICHELQ$EN rj;'f) fATKlCff Si.IPS BALL TO ROHMIN' TO RENOWN . (PINW) LOUISIANA STATZ'S BRILLIAHT TRIPLE-TH&AT HALFBACK « /VOT OA/ZY A KICKED, BUT ONE OP Tfe SOUTH'S F/NBST BALL BACK 69 YARDS ' ON - Cage Tournament i- at Rosston Friday, Two Day Tourney Scheduled to Open in Rosston Gymnasium An invitational basketball tournament was eheduled to begin at Rosston High School Friday morning, The tourney is scheduled for both Friday and Saturday. j Boys' teams entering: } Bodcaw, Willisville, BuekneJ> ( Oko-i lona, Boughton, Central, Cale", Mf. Hol-1 ly, Emmet and Rosslon. j Girls' earns entering: i Bodcaw, Willisvillo, Okolona.s Boughton, Central, Gale, Ml. Holly,-' Emmet, Standard Umstead, Rosston. "> -«»«-«». _ * A general in the United States army' earns $8,000 per year. It Looked Like a Convention CHICAGO— (NEA)— Four Big Ten teams worked out on Stagg Field oh the same clay. Ohio State, which played Chicago, had a priority claim. The Buckeyes were followed by Iowa and Michigan, which stopped off on Ihc'ii 1 way to Purdue and Illinois, respectively. It wasn't until all the guests had left that the Chicago varsity had an opportunity to get in its licUs on its own grounds. -..''' JACK and SECK SHORT ORDERS Chili Mac—Hot Pork Sandwiches 216 South Walnut COTTON OWNERS E. C. Brown Cotton Company which firm has served this community for thirty years has been duly Bonded lo handle GOVERNMENT LONAS. Immediately upon receipt from you at this office of the Warehouse receipts and samples, we will class the cotton and Have check available immediately. , Information will be gladly furnished upon request. E. C. BROWN PHONE 240 INSURE NOW Wifli ROY ANDERSON and Company , > Fire, Tornado, Accident Insurance Carlisle at Brinkley. DeWitt at England. Clarksville Panthers vs. North Little Rock Wildcats at Wildcat Field, 8 p. m. (homecoming). Little Rock Tigers vs. Fordyce Red- bugs at Fordyce, 8 p. m, (homecoming). Catholic High Rockets vs. Russell- villo at Russellville, 2:30 p. m. Monticello vs, Arkansas School for the Deaf at the Deaf School 2:45 p. m. College Ouachila College vs. Delta (Miss.) Teachers at Cleveland, Miss. Arkansas State Teachers vs. Arkansas State (Jonesboro) at Con way (homecoming.) Have your winter Suit dry cleaned in our modern plant—pressed by experts — delivered promptly. PHONE 385 HALL BROS. Cleaners & Hatters The Best in Motor Oils Gold Seal 100% Penn., qt 25c The New Sterling Oil, qt. 30« ToI-E-Tex Oil Co. East 3rd, Hope—Gpen Day & Kite Blue Ribbon Bread at'VBAK. <y ' ->«*«« it /** At Your Grocer and CITY BAKERY FOR SALE Choice Building Lots on New Improved street to high school. Easy Terms. Day Phone 15S and Night 194-W See A. C. ERWIN Call Harry Phone 148 Call Havry Pit pick up your laundry, HARRY PHIPPS Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is a formula that cures incut quickly, posts no more than tlic old salt method and is much Jess trouble. Making all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive luouu cured color makes a more read)' sale for 11 lose 1 who butcher for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each Purchase MONTS SEED STORE HO East Second Good Afternoon Hope .Star Carrier Boys endeavor to finish their weeks' collection each Saturday afternoon —and are required to pay for their papers not later than the following Monday. Your LITTLE MERCHANT is in business for himself. This is his first venture into the business world. His success or failure in this venture will in a large way determine his success or failure in later years. Your newspaper is SOLD to the carrier boy. He is compelled to pay for all papers which he receives and depends entirely upon collections for his running capital and profit. Won't you help us to keep good, reliable carriers on our routes by paying regularly each Sat* urday morning when the boy knocks on your door? Thank You HOPE STAR.

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