Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1937 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
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November 3ty MB? ST&& HOPE, ARKANSAS Pitt Players Vote Againstjtowl Tilt Newspaper Says Pitt Grid- clem on Modified "Sit ,Bo\vn" Strike treasurer of the University of Pitts btirsh ntliletic council said Into Monday tho football tivim hod voted ngiiinst playing any post season name. Pitt officials explains! they had put I he question before tho players as to whether thpy should play at any "bowl" game, sayinp, no invitation hnd been received fniin Rose Bowl officials. "Wo hod invitations from I he Suj,':ir Bowl and tho Cotton Bowl which we wanted to place before the boys," W iid Weber. "So wo just Insspil in [ho Rose Eosvl for consifleriilion also—in tho event wo should be invited. "Tho )x).vs decided (hoy didn't want io piny in any of (hem and so far as xvo are concerned, if California .should invite us wo should have to reply negatively." Sonic ,,f the Pitt players attempted to bring tho squad together for reconsideration of the decision but had not been .successful Into Monday. The vote was undorMoud to have been very clow:. SANTA GLAUS antf COMPANY (Registered U. S. Patent Office) By KING eOLB *T THAT OTMWPS M£ -1 3G$T 8UILOW' IT'S |M THE /WAST. 1 YOU'EE NO HELP UP rtwe HOK.rH SACK 96FOPE IF Y/S 0/Ji.V HAO AN. Modified "Sit Down" Strike PlTTS-BUnCU -(/!>>- The Post-Gazette snid Monday nighl the Pitt foot- bull players wont "on a modified sit- down strike" in rejecting n passible bid Io the Host- Bowl. Tho paper said it learned (he players demanded: 1. A cash cnn.suhM-iition for pocket money—between $100 and $200. 2. Tho entire squad of approximately (ifl players be taken instead of a traveling .squail of about half that number. o. All immediate vacation of (wo werk.s. It was understood the last demand was to componsale' for the loss of Christinas holidays. Likewise^ tho demand for "spending money" apparently was based on the dispute la-st your between Coach Jock Sutherlnml and (hen Athletic Director W. Don Harrison which resulted in the resignation of Harrison. Sutherland claimed the boys were not given sufficient money and that he had Io pay personally for shows and other entertainment. CALL NUMBER 8 NELSON- HUCKINS ON WASH DAY Representative JACK WITT Porkers Are 14th Strongest Team Associated Press Grid Rankings Place Pitt Team on Top NEW YORK— </Pj—The University of Pittsburgh's rating us No. 1 college football loam of tho year fell only a trifle short of being unanimous-in the final roundup of votes for the Associated Press national writers' poll. Tho seventh and last weekly tabulation of nation-wide opinion di.s- ulusor) Pittsburgh the top choice of 29 out of :!3 experts and clear belief that California, Fordham and Alabama, in that order, compose the "big four" of 1SI37. Jt remains to be seen whether the poll's indicated pairings for the (Wo major post-season engagements, California-Pittsburgh for the Rose Bowl and F*ordht»ni-AIabama for the Sugar Bowl, will be made official. Last year, when Minnesota was tanked No. 1. Pittsburgh and Washington, the (bird and fifth ranking teams, were paired for tho Hose Bowl, While Louisiana Stnlo and Santa Clara, .second and sixth, respectively drew the Sugar Bowl bids. Here's tbe final tabulation, with points (allied on n 10-9-8-7-G-5-4-3-2-1 basis: Kirst ten Points 1. Pittsburgh 129 first. 2 ties foi first i 327 2. California 277 'A, Fordham (1 first, 2 ties forfirst) 253 4, Alabama (1 first) 246 5. Minnesota 104 C. Villiinova 103 7. Dartmouth- ....:..".'..::... ^ ...';• :!..'. .,' 102 8. Louisiana Stale 97 (K Notre Dame and Santa Clara, lies, each 90 Second ten: II. Nebraska, 35; 12. Yale. 18; 13. Ohio State. 14; 14. Holy Cross and Arkansas tied, each 9; 10. Texas Christian, 8; 17. Colorago, 7; 18. Rico, G; 19. North Carolina. 5t 20. Duke, 4; Also ran: Vamlerbilt and Auburn each 8, Cornell. Harvard ;.nd Washington, each 1. Only the "big four" received the support of every export casting n final ballot. Pittsburgh, undefeated and tied only by Fordham, topped the rankings throughout the last four weeks. California, tho Western Rose Bowl choice, ran second during the stretch drive after being (ho nation's Vo. 1 team for three weeks. The slump n Golden Bear stock followed a scoreless lie with Washington. Alabam and Simla Clara compiled the only all-winning records of teams listed in the first ten. Villiinova, like Pitt and Fordham, showed only one lie on its season's record. Dartmouth, the fourth Eastern entry in the top 10, was deadlocked twice. Minnesota was rated several notches above Notre Dame and Nebraska, although defeated by both. Petitions Ready (Continued, from Page One) merchants is already under way. We want your co-operation in making this movement a success," Mr. Bowen said. The speaker, who comes to Hope from Mhlvern, said that'lie was happy to be a citizen of this city—as Hope has "something" that other cities in Arkansas do not have. In Hope, you have a city wilh a diversified agriculture background with several large industries that furnish a constant payroll. These two factors alone are essential for growth and development of the city. $200 for Lights Leo Touer, chairman of the Kiwanis- sponsored Christmas lighting system of downtown Hope, told the club that approximately $200 was needed to complete the installation of the lights. Committees were appointed to solicit donations' from merchants to pay tho expense of purchasing new lights and the installation of the lights. Leonard Spraggins was a finest ,,f the club. Exonerate Doctor (Continued from Page One) Colorado Named for Cotton Bowl Will Meet Southwest Conference Representative at Dallas j Alia Bruce Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ease Poolc baby and Mrs. Wessio Poole and (wo children spent Sunclya witli Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wren. Miss Dorothy Stopbs spent Saturday night and Sunday with her father H. F. Stoplis and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Allen and little daughter spent Sunday visiting rol- DALLAS. Texas —(/P) —The undefeated University of Colorado football team will meet a Southwest conference representative in the Cotton Bowl game hero New Year's Day. An invitation extended by J. Curtis Sonford, president of the Cotton Bowl association, was formally accepted Monday night after tbe Colorado faculty executive council approved participation. The players voted for a "bowl" game Sunday. The championship of the Southwest conference will be decided here Saturday in a game between Rice Institute and Southern Methodist University. Victory for the Rice Owls would give them tho title, whereas a loss would place the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs, who have already completed their schedule, in first place. n lives at Ozan. 7'wenty ladies of this community attended the bridal shower given for Mrs. J. W. Brown, by , Mrs. Charlie Rogers last Friday ntfenioon. There were .many useful gifts received, det licious sandwiches, cakes and hot chocolate was scrved.a Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robison and family spent Sunday with relatives in Texarkana. Fire Department Is Called-to Two Fires Hope Fire Department answered two alarms Tuesday afternoon the first to the Arkaasas Highday deparament headquarters where a'barrel was af.ire, the second to a resident on North Walnut. Neither proved serious. . Wooer Btows Up «; the Lady's House Love Is Violent in Chieagd —But the Police Take ' Him in •n nl CHICAGO— </P)— Somewhat- up himself, Charles Karovich without formal charge* fof fUftfief questioning Monday. night after hfrhadt been accused of. touching oft fl> cotif>1e of sticks of dynamite in conne<?tfbft with his courtship of a young dftortt&S. Mrs. Patricia Davis, 21, on window sill the explosion occurred early Sunday mornihg, was slightly injured, Seventeen windows Weie shattered by the blast. KaroVichihaoTsi black eye, received during a strugglg with police when they arrested Him at ils home 'this afternoon. Assistant State's Attorney Mai Coglan said &ar|" ovich admitted he was the dyriarflUe ,- ooer. As the police got.the story, there/Was a spat between the-'couple Saturday night Mrs, Davis went home, KaM- vich. tried to get her''on; the telephone three times,- but failed. frv -° «v«KAi*tf followed. 1 4 '•*! i The SS-«2r,3&. Our Big Annual » akin W#S?JWfaw 's/Fsfnpke/ £&C^kTZ^^.J^J£ £Jf. me PRINCE ALB THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE SINTA GLAUS DAY Fred A. Donham when the young woman's retraction exonerated them. Mr. Donham and Detective Sergeants John E. Charles and Bert C. Campbell of the North Little Rock Detective Bureau, said that the only iprogres made in almost a year's investigation of the mystery appeared to be that the death of Elmer Graham Thompson was connected in some way with a "ring" dealing in narcotics. They said that every "lead" followed in the case no matter how far short of solution it may have fallen, has pointed to the fact that the youth knew "too much" about the activities of a narcotics gang op-crating in Greter Little Rock. Confronted with Miss Hallums accusations. Clark and McGinn denied that they had tried to induce the young woman to tell a false story. They said they had collaborated with Mayor FRIDAY { Decembers 3 to 5 p. m Free Candy to the Kiddies Bring Your Letter to Santa Claus Scott Stores MIND Your MANNERS Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. At n small dinner party, who is the first one at the table to put her napkin on the table? 2. Should one leave hi.s napkin in his chair? 3. Upon rising from the table, should one push his chair up to the table? 4. When mint jelly is served on a dinner plule, how is it meant to bo eaten? 5. Is it correct to put a small tray or saucer under a syrup pitcher when it is to be brought 10 the table? What would you do if— Someone asks you a question when you huve a mouth full of food— * (a) Wait until you have swallowed it, and say, "I'm sorry"? <b> Answer regardless? <e) Indicate why you cannot answer? Answers 1. The hostess. 2. No. 3. Yes, to keep it out of the way. 4. With a fork, for it goes with the meat, not with bread. 5. Yes—and wise. Best "What Would You Do" so- (Copyrighl 1937, NBA Service, Inc.) lution—(a). HickoryShade , 13ro. Clarence Ross filled his regular appointments here Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Alvio Calhoon and family from Liberty spent Saturday night and Sunday wilh relatives in this community. Miss Margaret Honeycutt spent Sunday with Miss Virginia Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bradford was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ross, Bro. Clarence Ross was the Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crider. Miss Zereda Green from Little Rock spent from Wednesday to Friday with Mrs. C. Rogers and children. Frank Malone from Magnolia A. and M. college spent the week-end with home folks. Miss Neva Robison called on Miss Lawhon in the investigation. Commenting on the unexpected outcome of the inpuiry, Mr. Donham said: "I feel that Mayor Lawhon, North Little Rock officers, this office, and the public in general have been imposed upon in this case!" Logs, Blocks and Bolts We are in the market for White Oak, Overmp, Burr Oak, Red Oak niitl Sweet Gum Logs. Round Sweet (ium mid Black Gum Blocks* Oak, Ash ai»d Pine Bolts. For Pi-ices and Specifications Apply to Hope Heading Company PHONK 245 Monts Sugar Cure For Pork and Beef Our Sugar Cure is n formula that cures meat quickly, costs no more (hau the old salt method and is much less trouble. Making all cuts tasty ami delicious. The fine flavor with attractive brown cured color makes i» more ready sale for those who butc-hrr for market. Electrically Mixed Printed Directions With Kadi Purchase MONTS SEED STORE 110 East Second STARTS DECEMBER 1st Living Room SIITES Your living roml , should truly be » living room. Make it so dj) with me of our new suites. Modern ami period styling-, upholstered in beautiful Mohairs, tapestries, and Sj# valours. All <;f these suites are ^ new stock, bought that our cus- #jl tamers might have n wider shop- jto ping range during the holidays. SALE ENDS DECEMBER 25th */. It EASY CHAIRS 2 Piece Suits $39,75 «P LAMPS The Outstanding £ Event of the Year S for all Home 2 !fc Makers who want 5 fe fe • to live in a more v fe beautiful hornet The very latest in all sizes and shapes. £ C ft ri rrom now on. £ «i 2 LETGUS WINTERIZE YOUR CAR And enjoy winter driving. J$8»ier sturtingr—Easier driv- MQIU, SA3 mg EXIDE BATTERIES MOBIL OIL LOWTHORP SERVICE STATION and Inure! St. On Highway 67 Give him n gift that lie will enjoy for years to come, u large comfortable easy ehuir with Ottoman stool, a table and table lamp to go with these will {Oianmtcc many hours of solid comfort. CHAIR and $1||.50 OTTOMAN IS) up SI .49 up BED ROOM SUITES mart. 19 Dining Room SUITES A new dining room suite will complete that job of redecorating tli»t you have been planning on doing, Styles that will correspond with nearly any period furniture in beautiful and elaborate grained woods. Cherry, Walnut, Maple and Mahogany. 8 Piece Suits $69.50 up These beautiful bedroom Suites in all periods from the heavy elaborate Italian Renaissance, Louis Fourteenth, Colonial, up to the simple Flowing Lines of the Modern Period. Suites to suit all plans and purses. From $29.50 to $650.00 Hope Furniture Co. g, V. Herndon T, §, Cornelius *

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