Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 26, 1937 · Page 6
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HOPE STAtf, HOP12, ARKANSAS Friday, November 26,193' ma Wins Over 1: VanderWit, 9 to 7 Arkansas Trounces Tulsa > University by Score of 28 to 7 ' By the Associated Press Alabama wound up its reg\tlar foot- bfttt season Thursday with a hard- t&ttled 9-7 victory over Vanderbilt to remain undefeated and untied and in sfile possession of the Soxitheastern Conference championship. Whether that triumph, gained before a capacity fcsowd of 22.000 spectators on Hayward Stanford's field goal from the 23-yard llfte midway through the final period. 1*ftll suffice to earn Alabama an invitation to Pasadena from California's Golden Bears remained to be seen. There were no indications that California would make its choice until after Saturday's program, when the prin- tipal Eastern contenders, Pitt and Fordham, send their unbeaten teams against Duke and New York University, respectively . Perm-Cornell In Tussle It remained for two Eastern "Ivy start to finish, Penn had the high-powered Ithacans stymied at 20-20 after three periods but finally succumbetf to Cornell's late rush, 34-20. Duquesne provided one of the season's major upsets in a 14-7 defeat of Detroit as Brown capitalized on Frank Foster's 95-yard runback of the opening Xiekoff to defeat Rutgers, 7-6; Catholic U. buried South Carolina with passes. 27-14. and West Virginia, paced by a pair of sophomore backs, crushed George Washington, 26-0. Southern Loop Blurry The southern Conference championship ended in a tangle with North Carolina more likely to receive general recognition as titleholcler than Maryland's Terrapins, who knocked over Washington and Lee, 8-0, to finish with a conference record of two victories and no defeats or ties. North Carolina, which had completed its conference program with four victories and a tie in five games, trounced Virginia. 40-0. Clemson passed out of the picture as a result of a scoreless draw with Furman. Other conference games saw Virginia Tech upset Virginia Military, 12-G; Wake Forest beat Davidson. 19-7, and Richmond turn back William and Mary: 6-0. Alabama's sensational comeback against Vanderbilt featured a Southeastern program marked otherwise only by Tennessee's 13-0 conquest of ' Leaguers." Penn and Cornell, to pro- J Kentucky and Mississippi State's suf- Vide the biggest crowd of the clay, prising 9.7 defeat of Mississippi. 61,000, with the most, spectacular scor- ~ • " ing. Although outplayed from the Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops checks Colds , and FEVER first day Headaches, 30 minutes. Try "Rub-My-Tism" World's Best . _ Liniment Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is a formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more than the old salt method and is much less trouble. Making all cuts tasty and delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes a more ready sale for those who butcher lot market. > Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Each Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second Kansas lost its last chance to figure in the Big Six championship by playing Missouri to a scoreless draw. Nebraska can clinch the title Saturday by either tying or defeating Kansas State. Washington University (St. Louis) won a Missouri Valley Conference decision from St. Louis University 6-0. Arkansas Trounces Tulsa In the Southwest, Texas A. & M.'s first period touchdown proved enough to turn back Texas. 7-0. in a conference game that had no bearing on the title race. Arkansas, the 193S champion, won a non-conference battle squelching Tulsa, 28-7. Colorado's Buffaloes, undefeated and untied, crushed Denver. 34-7, and annexed the Rocky Mountain Conference championship with six successive conference triumphs. Utah disposed of Utah State. 27-0, and finished in a tie with Denver, each with five victories and two defeates. Montana got two touchdowns in the final quarter to down North Dakota, 14-3. Son: "Dad, what does seeing the humorous side, mean?" Dad: "Well, I'll illustrate. A banana skin has two sides. The person who slips down on a banana skin sees the serious side and the one who laughs at him sees the humorous side of it." Poor Fish Talkative Lady: "A big man like you might be better occupied than cruelly catching little fish." Angler: "Perhaps you are right. But if this fish had kept his mouth shut +<p I he wouldn't be here." FOOTBALL SCORES DeWltt 52; Carlisle 0. Walnut Ridge 31; Jocnhonttis 0. Lake Village 14; Eudora 0. Paris 25; Booneville 7. Texarkana, Ark., 9; Tcxarkana, Texas 0. Newport 0; Batesvillc 27. Oklahoma City 7; Pine Bluff G, St. Josephs of Dallas. Texas, 14; Hope 57. Helena 37; West Helena 0. Jonesboro 7; Paragould 2. Heber Springs 0; Harrison 33. Marked Tree 7; Wynne 6. Morritton 6; Conway 0. Nashville 7; Hot Springs 19. Catholic, Little Rock, 0; DcQucen 20. Lonoke 18; Searcy 6. Fayetteville 18; Van Burcn 6. Brinkley 12; Stuttgart 7. 'Springdale 13; Rogers 8. Monticello 13; Crossed (1. Cotton Plant 19; Marveil 0. Fort Smith 27; Subiacu Acad.-my 19. Taihina, Okia., 26; Huntsvillc 0. El Dorado 0; Camden 27. Blytheville IS; Forrest City G. Bobcats Run Over (Continued from Page One) eight yards. Eason plunged to the four-yard line where Masters circled end for touchdown. Parsons' kick was wide. A few minutes later Dallas had tho ball on its own 25. Reese of Hope intercepted a pass and ran to the six- yard line. Masters in two tries, went off tackle to score. Parsons kicked goal. As the third quarter was ending and Hope leading at that time, 57 to 7, the Bobcats had the ball on the 5-yard line. Ramsey hid out and took a pass from Bright to score. The play wns called back and Hope penalized. On the next play Bright plunged off tackle to score. The ball was brought back and Hope again penalized. With fourth down and 15 to go, Parsons attempted to make the score 60 for Hope, but his attempt at a field goal was wide. A.s the fourth quarter started, Coach Hnmmons jerked all his regulars with the exception of Eason. The second and third string players saw most of the last half. The football program, published by school students, listed tho following as playing their last game for Hope: Reese, Stone. W. Parsons. Jewell. Keith, Quimby, Ramsey, Bright. Aslin. Masters Fulkcrson, Mack Turner, J. W. Bearden. Leonard Bearden. "Consomme, bouillon, hors d'oeuvcrs, fircassee poulct. pommes de terrc au gratin, demitasse des glaces, and toll that mug in the corner to keep his lamps offa da moll, see'.'" TOUCHDOWN! <?;"'«. *<*• Kay King, Minnesota captain and stai end. plunp,ps nvct lhe ttnni cha'k mark in this remarkable goal-line pictine. aflrt Inking a pa< r i Irum Elarold Van Every in tho scconrl quail"i nl the lioplii'i s' 7-1 1 victory ovei Northwestern. French Threat of (Continued from Page One) •edeemed Corsica, of an Italian Corsica (hat awaits liberation." ''ascbt officials said "there is a great ••gu.st in Italy over the speech," but no diplomatic protest was contemplated. Tlie Naval Ministry at Paris declared the Rome press reports were a "complete invention." It. said that Cam- pinciii maclo no speech at Toulon the flay the Italian press said he spoke and that in a speech he made there the previous clay ho made no mention of foreign affairs. First Waiter: "Folk.s seem to think spoons at this place are like medicine." Second one: "Why so?" First One: "Well, they're always taking 'em after meals." COMPOSITE SPORTS EXPERT Anybody can pick a so-called ALL- AMERICA football team. In fact, almost everybody does. But the important thing is to give readers of American sports a real ALL- AMERICA. Such a task requires first-hand observation and team work by hundreds of men who actually are on the ground to study every gridiron move. Since 1925 the annual ALL-AMERICA of The Associated Press has been selected by 1,400 football specialists — the sports editors of 1,400 member newspapers, They form the composite football expert. From coast to coast, these men see all games through trained eyes. They make their nominations to AP's General Sports Editor, Alan Gould, who analyzes -and announces their findings. The product of this scientific sifting of the nation's gridiron talent is an authentic ALL-AMERICA, The Associated Press ALL-AMERICA selections will appear in, this member the first Wf?§fe m December, Hope & Star A MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Social Security V Law Is Explained One Part Is Payroll Savings—Other Part Old- Age Charity Although the Social Security Act is considered a clear and definite charter] Prussia, drawing Road Funds Can't Be Matched Here State Will Use Only $900,000 of 3'/. Million Offered LITTLE ROCK—The United Stntcs Bureau of Public Roads announced from Washington Thursday Apportionment of $3,513,705 Jo Arkansas for the fiscal year beginning next July. Tho amount will include 52,187,752 in regular federal aid; $437,550 for secondary roads, mid $893,403 for grade crossing elimination. The bureau's apportionments for the United States totaled 5200,000.000. State Highway Director James R. Rhync said that Arkansas would receive only the ?803,-103 allotment for grade crossing elimination since it was the only allotment which the slate was not required to match. "We must match the other allotment dollar for dollar," he said, "and we don't have a dollar for this purpose." Mr. Rhyne said 52,201,562 in federal funds still is available for Arkansas road construction during the current fiscal year but that the money could not be used since it was imixjssible for the funds to be matched. The last session of the legislature made no appropriation to match ferleral funds for road construction purposes. The next regular session of the General Assembly does not convene until January. 1939. Mr. Rhync sttid that nearly half of the $893.403 allotted for the next fiscal year would be spent in construction of two overpasses over railroad tracks at Toxnrkanci. Rhync said preliminary plans of the Highway Department call for a gigantic viaduct from Broud street south over the Missouri Pacific Lines tracks to replace a .structure that has been in service many years. A second overpass will span the Cotton Belt tracks about 150 yards south of the larger structure. "Tentative- plans call for spending something more than $400.000 for the work ill Tcxarkana," he said. MTaddin Speaks (Continued from Page One) MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. May a guest nl a cocktail party talk to another guest whom he has never mel? 2. In modern language usage is lunch or luncheon the preferred term? 3. Should a hostess make il easy for a house guest to attend church if he is in the habit of going? 4. Must an invitation to a .--it down meal he answered whelhrr the hostess requests an answer or not? 5. Is it rude to borrow a book and keep it for months? What would you do If— You give n cocktail party and a guest drinks too much— (a) Ask another guest to .see that he gets home siifol.v? (1)) Assume no responsibility for him? (c) Laugh about him with your other guests? Answers 1. Yes. The fact that they arc sharing a hostess' hospitality servr.s as an introduction. 2. Lunch. 3. Yes. The hastes.*; should suggest it. 4. Yes. 5. Yes, and yet, unforlunali.'ly. a common practice. Best "What Would You Do" .so- lution—fa), or see to it yourself. fCopyright 1937, NKA Service, Inc.) Japan is fighting an undeclared wfl in China and afler 11 conquers thj country it is going to come ovor herd I'd just ns soon we got into It now later.—Sergeant Alvin C, York, Pi Mall, Tenn., American world war h(5r<j There is no whisky of the proprohlj hitlon type on the market and very lit tic in private hands.—Louis Golan Chicago liquor dealer. MBIGGER/BETTER the Russians into with the public, some 'features of the j a trap in the Ma/uriaii lake country Act are parallel in some sections and and then .slaughtered them. Even now different in others. This fact tends to' the Japanese are entering just such a confuse many people, according to Lc- Ifind S. Reid, field office manager of lake country in China, with the Ger- mnn-iidviscd Chinese retreating at the | the board at Tcxarkana, Ark., who re- jspcar-lieacl, always with the po.ssibil- cently visited Hope to clear away any ity of suddenly enveloping the strung- confusion that might exist in the minds out Japs from either flank. of local people. Third, tin- most potent possibilty in For instance, Mr. Reid, said, no lhe Orient is that Russia may come out monthly insurance payments will be paid to persons in included occupations who reach G5 prior to January 1, openly on the side of China and declare war against Japan. Tho Rev. Thomas Brcwster, vice- 1942, and then only to those who have j president of the club, spoke on the worked part of one year in each of| duties of membership, particularly the five and who have been paid a total of percentage requirement on attendance. $2,000 or more in wages during that, ------- •••-• --period. Many holders of account numbers are not aware, however, that Some educators arc still trying to UNDERWO lump-sum payments are made under! remedy left-handodness in children certain circumstances. A person in an °" thc thc "' r >' tll; " ll ' s » ' run ' Mun<\included occupation, for example, who sh 'P ^less y°» cut off your right arm. reaches 65 before becoming eligible for monthly payments, may receive 3'/i per cent of the total wages paid him since December 31, 193G. Likewise, the estate of a person of any age who dies will be paid a lump-sum payment of, 3Va per cent of thc wages that person' has been paicl in included occupation i since December 31, 1936. Those entitled to such payments, Mr. Reid said, may obtain blanks for claims at the nearest field office. There is little delay in obtaining payments if these simple forms arc filled out correctly. Old-age assistance for persons in need, sometimes called "pensions," is a different matter, according to Mr. Reid. Although the Social Security Board participates in these to the ex- lent of half the payment allotted, up to a maximum of S3U a month, the stale administers the program and those who are interested .should apply to Miss Gussie Minnie, 309 West Tenth Street, Little Rock, Ark. Of course, a state may pay an individual more than $30 a month but the federal government participates only to the extent of' half, up to $30 u month. Employers snotiiu remember that all taxes under Titles VIII and IX of the Act are payable to the nearest Collector of Internal Revenue, who will furnish the desired information on that subject. Uncmplomcnl compensation also is administered by the stale under a Federal-State program. Although this state has a law providing for unemployment compensation, no payments will be paid to wage earners out of work until after a two-year period has passed. This period will unable the slate lo build up a reserve fund to meet the demand for such payments. "My (jffice will be glad to answer my inquiries in this district," Mr. Reid said. "Just address 'Field Office, Social Security Board. 40(i Federal Biuld- ing, Texarkana, Arkansas.' Persons entitled to lump-sum payments should send in their request for forms and information at the earliest opportunity." Postpone Patmos Gym Dedication Illness Prevents Holding Program—Basketball Teams to Play Dedication of the new P;*linos High School [i.yrnnasium, a recently completed WPA project, was postponed Friday becau.se of illness of one of the speakers. The date for formal dedication will be announced later. 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