Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 12, 1939 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 12, 1939
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PA'GE HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS .^Tuesday, H&plemb'erl2, 193D Football Generally Below Par In East, Survey of Talent Reveals Fordham University, However, Is Reported Strong— Carnegie Tech and Syracuse Are Also Well Manned By JERBY BONI>F1EU> NBA Service Sports Writer NEW YORK — Jimmy Crow ley looks at Fordham's football schedule and shudders. The old Notre Dame horseman has a right to wince as he contemplates engagements with Alabama Tulane. Indiana. Rice and St. Marys. Yet it's far from a dismal outlook on Rose Hill. Given its shave of the breaks Fordham should stand out as the closest tiling in the east for 1D39. Crow ley should saddle the Ram with the greatest baekfield in the sector . . and whoever heard of a Fordham line that was weak? Crowding Fordham for honors, according to consensus of gridiron critics, should be Syracuse and Carnegie Tech. . . with Army and Princton playing the role of dark horses who'll get you if you don't watch out. Aside from the Ram and the Skibos. the mighty have fallen. One still •hears the bumping reverbarations at Dartmouth. Cornell and iPtt—especial- ly the latter. Blumenstock Is Prize Sophomore Discovery Eighteen lettermen are at Crowley's Modernize Yonr Home With A NEW BATHROOM! EASY FHA TERMS HARRY W. SHIVER PLUMBING PllOJfK 255 disposal, plus a goodly number of first-class reserves. Takinq double leadership as captain and quarterback is Billy Krywicki, a smart field general, whale of a Mocker and good passer. Len- Eshmont. regarded as the best ball- carrier in Fordham history, returns to left half. Steve Ka?.lo takes over at right half and Dom Principle, lino cracker (le liLxe, returns at full. John Kunnnn, almost » surefire AH-American' tackle candidate, and Lou De Fillippu, another of a long line of s<v,id Fordham centers, lead the charge- up front. Syracuse lost versiile Wilmeth Sici- nt-Smgh. but Ossie Soleman has 25 lettcrmeu and a flock of sopoho- mores who make the Orange nvo and three deep. O.itdit. ."\lulia Lead Carnegie Tech Attack Bill Kern has things in high gear at Carnegie Tech and the Skibos are ready to take up where they left off last fall. Merlyn Condit and George Muha present a hal/bcaking combination hard to beat. Only Art Frnntczak remains of last year's Army baekfield but the Cadets have men up front who won't be out- ehargcd by anyone. Navy, under its new coach. Capt. Emery i Swede) Larson, will be a typical Ciiibtown outfit—fairly light, short on reserves, but potent enough 1 with what it has. Best sophomore crop in recent Har- SHOP-COMPARE ers FOR SEPTEMBER Buy Now before prices go high. Go on Sale WED. CLOSE - OUT Choice of 50 better dresses reduced to sell quick HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK of 36 in. 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Vale Blue Looks Bluer Than Usual The Tiger once again is baring its t-lnxvs. A wealth of Princeton talent is led bv Dave Allerclice Dick Wells on the attack, operating be- STANDINGS National League Clubs Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Brooklyn Nesv York Pittsburgh 'Boston Phildelphia W. L. Pci. 78 50 .609 76 55 .580 ... 76 58 .567 .. 69 60 .535 65 62 .512 .... 60 71 . 57 71 . 41 87 .458 .445 .320 Monday's Rc.sull.s Pittsburg 8. St. Louis G. Only games played. (innies Tuesday Boston til Chicago. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. New York at Pittsburg. Phildelphia at St. Louis. American League Clubs New York . Boston Chicago Cleveland . Detroit Washington Phildelphia _ ... St. Louis' . W. L. Pet. .96 H8 .716 . 76 55 ,5!tO 76 58 .567 72 61 .541 70 63 .526 . 59 77 .434 47 87 .351 36 96 .273 Monday's Results Boston 11. Phildelphia 9. Only games played. Games Tuesday Cleveland at Washington. Cleveland at New York. Detroit at Boston. St. Louis at Phildelphia. Geiii-iny Crickets! HOVE. England—(/P(—Edmund Distin Maddick, former naval surgeon and air force major, in accordance with hjs will was buried wearing a pin presented him by King George V. Other jewelry was buried with him in a box. hind a line which returns vitrually tact. Yale will be blue in more than color this trip. The baekfield was cleaned out to a man. Fitt. Dartmouth and Cornell suffered tremendous losses. The Pan-, . thers not only lost Jock Sutherland!" 1 : 0 but John Chickerneo, Curly Stebbins and Marshall Goldberg. Only Dick Cassiano remains of the 11 starters of "38. the Brooklyn manager turned to his scout and asked: "Do you mean to say that the old man is through?" "Well," replied McGrew i "I don't like to say that, but this kid really is a wonder. I know you're a good shortstop, but when you get a load of this kid you'll understand what 1 mean." Reese, purchased from Louisville, is expected to join the Dodgers in Cincinnati, Sept. I 1 . "When this kid is at shortstop," McGrew tells Durochcr, "you won't a second baseman or a third baseman. He'll cover that much ground." Kreevich Greatest Outfielder —Dykes Although lie is fully aware that Dartmouth lost the great Bob Mac- r ,-,.,, . ,.,, , ,. , , Leod and a mob of linemen, but thcif c D'Maggw still patrols center field wi» r. man o.in h== Rill H, .^i,,,.n f01 ' the Yankees, Jimmy Dykes in- Big Green still has Bill Hutchinson, Whit Miller and some of the best coaching in the busines. and getting the ball, there is nobody r, ,,. ,. , , , . ,, ,\ in baseball like Mike Kreevich of Cornells line graduated leaving Girl the whUe gos _ ''DiMaggio will outhit him some," says the Chicago manager, "but there haven't been many like him in the field. Pirates Turn Back Cardinals, 8 to 6 Idle Cincinnati Reds Gain Vi> Game In National Race PITTSBURGH,—(/P>—The St. Louis Cardinals' pitching blew cp in the late innings Monday and the crippled Pirates ciime from behind to whip i\lc Gas House Gang, 8 to G. in the day's only National League game. This setback for the second-plncc Cards boosted Cincinnati's National League lend half a game to 3 1-2. The Bucs shifted players holes left liy injuries. Outfielder Lloyd Wuncr was jit third base, handled six chances without an error and started off <i double play. Jack. Juclich played .second base. After the Cards took a two-run lead in the third inning, Ray Blades tried three relief pitchers vainly hoping to stop the Hues. A seven-hit blast in the sixth inning, featured by consecutive doubles by Bob Elliott, Maurice Van Robay.s and Elbie Fletcher, netted the Pirates five rup.s, and after the Cards came back with four in the seventh to tic the score t the Bucs scored a final pair in the eighth. a ruling by the board rejecting recommendations of the Vicksburg office of the army engineers that the work be done. Some 40 witne&ses were presented in support of the project. M. W. Greeson of JVecsott, member of the state flood control commissln, questioned the witnesses. Lieutenant Colonel R. G. Moses of Vicksburg and his staff of engineers, which had approved the project rejected by the board several months ngo, gave detailed data concerning thrf surveys made frcfriv the Vieksbtirg office and their recommendation. General Robins said n decision would be announced in Washington at an early date. Some 400 citizens from Pike, Clark, Ouachita, Hemnstead and Nevada counties attended the hearing. Flood Control at Prescott Talked A r m y Engineers Hold Public Hearing on Little Missouri Suavely with nothing but a couple of good backs in Whit Baker and Vinee Eichler. Things continue to look up at Pennsylvania behind a well-knit line. Fcnn Stale should have one of its best years of the past decade. I Villanova, unbeaten a year ago, will, run into difficulty. John Wysocki, All-American end, was just one of the many linemen lost by graduation. Columbia Will Miss Luck- Man Plenty Holy Cross will be tough but the Crusaders won't have Bill Osmanski. Colgate needs much more than Andy Kcrr has on hand. Frank Leahy will be building in his new post at Boston College. Columbia must get along without £id Luckman. The handicap may be more than Lou Little's undermanned Lions can overcome. i Brown will make life miserable far! j a lot of the big-timers if Tuss Mc- Laughry can put even a fairly for- I midablo line in front of his son John, : a 190-pounrl fullback who looms as the i host in the east. I N. Y. U. is headed nowhere at all. i Georgetown was undefeated year 'ago but i.s ready for a lobaggan ride. ! Rutgers and Lafayette are well load; r.fl among the smaller schools. •THE PAYOFF Tris Speaker. Maybe Johnny Mas til, but not many others. The runt is in a class by himself." Dykes credits Kreechvich and Joe Kuhel with keeping the Pale Hose in the first division most of the year. (TO HIMSELF) SHESGOT EVERYTHING A MAN WANTS PERSONALITY. A WONDERFUL , DISPOSITION, AND PLENTY OF) PEP-I'LL POP THE QUESTION'* i I5y II/UIKYA GK/VYSON : .MCA Service Sports Editor i NEW YORK Lew Fonseca considers I I IIP current Yankee infield of Babe j Dahlgn.'ti, Joe Gordon, Frank Ci'osetti and Rod Rolfe the greatest, defensive I combination in the. history of baseball. "I believe it outclasses the §100,- O'iO infield of Connie Mack had years ! '•<!!<> s;iy.s the old first baseman and j baiting champion who i.s now promo- jfion manager of the American League. j "Thjit iiificltj of Connie's Ihe one ilhc White Sox had in 1919 with Eddie '. Collins on second. Swede Risberg , "t shortstop ijtid Buck Weiiver all ; third, the Washington infield of 192-1 . :cnr| the ijiic; New York now has iire; 'he four finc-sl I know of, ;md I pull i hi; prL-.uiit Yunkec quartet ;jt the , t"j< 'if Ihrj list. I : '.iJrihiurun. Gordon Croselti and Rolfe ure marvels." ; j What sui pi i;-;!:.-. Kon.scca. who 'm in] c'n-ii«(.- of i he American League's movie) depai'irur.-ni. i.s Ihu absence of a temp-j . i_'j;ijjir.'iit.i! jJ;.y.-jj- a/nous 'he Yankees. Clii'inpiiiii Yankees An Oblig- i : ing Lot j K',n ..(•(•;, .-hot the Yankrr.' part of :h::, vi.-.ir'. American League movioi in Dull oil. | "1 a.-'K.fcil Joe McCarthy on Sunday niornmy if I could take tome shots I of Charley Ruffing al Brigg-S Sta-' ilitun on Monday morning." he relate*. 'Mi;Carlhy !>;,<! planned to pitch /(nffing on Monday, bul real ranged lii'; program withoul letting me know il Iff Marled Huffing instead of ,-Maiiij.i l-'u:..vi, :.-.s lie originally hod planii'.ri in ^unfiay's game .so Ruffing could '.York with rue on Monday." Tl.f.'rrr j.-./i't. .-, .'.well-headed play- 1 ur on .Joe McCarthy';, club, and the inanayr.'i' him ,i:lf cannot do enough' for iinyljody who itv.jue.sts anything' '•'.•Inch i foi lln> bi.-st interest, of bast- i ball. | ; Scout Sees Kei-sc ItcpJjiciJig ! IJurocher | When Tf! M.;Grcv.' finishud buo;;t- , ii;v, P(.-fc V.'fcv J(tc;:.t to Leu D'.uoilier. Outstanding Values in Breakfast Suites and Suites for the Small Dinning Room Hope Hardware Company PRESCOTT. Ark.—M 1 )—The war department's rivers and harbors board of engineers, at the first hearing ever conducted by the board in Arkansas, Monday took under advisement proposed flood control, power development and channel clearance projects on the Little Missouri river and its tributaries. United States Senator John E. Miller, 1 Congressman Wade Kitchens and Brigadier General M. C. Tyler, president of the Mississippi River Corporation, urged that the board approved the multiple purpose project which involves the construction of a flood control and power dam across the river at the Narrows above Murfreesboro. Other work embraced in the proposal includes general alignment of the entire stream and i'mprovement of drainage facilities on the Torre Noir and Ozan creeks. The hearing, presided over by Brigadier General T. M. Robins, chairman of the board, was on an appeal from Another Ship Is Sunk by Torpedo Britisher Destroyed—Finnish Vessel Strikes a Mine LONDON, Eng.—</»V-The ministry of information announced Tuesday that the British steamer Invcrliffey had been sunk by a German submarine. The crew was rescued by the American steamer li. G. Stewart near Havre, France. Mine Destroys Ship ^ COPENHAGEN, Denmark ~(/r>— Fourteen men were killed Tuesday when the Finnish bark Olivebank was blown up 105 miles southwest of lis- bjcrb, Denmark. Seven men were picked up by a Danish fishing boat. They said the ship struck a mine. Bland Secretary to Racing Group Succeeds Ed Ferlis the State Racing Commission on LITTLE ROCK—(/I 1 )—James L. Blan LITTLE ROCK —(Xl'i— James L. Bland, Walnut Ridge publisher, former secretary to Governor Bailey, Tuesday was appointed to the $300-a-month job of secretary of the State Racing Commission. Ed Ferris, secretary since the commission was created in 1985, was transferred to the State Highway Department, probably to be in charge ol special maintenance work. Stadium Boxes Still Available Season Tickets Go on Sale for $3—Seven Games Played Here While the advance sale of stadium boxes for the 1939 football season was satisfactory a number of good boxes at cither end of the field arc still available, the high school athletic committee announced Tuesday in opening the public sale. Boxes also may be had on the visitors' side; The advance sale was conducted by mail up to Monday night, all remaining boxes nad the regular sale of season tickets being thrown open to the public Tuesday at Arkansas Bank & trust Co. building. Advance-purchased box tickets will be delivered, or may be called for nl the insurance office of Hoy Anderson St. Co., South Main street. Reserved season seats arc SI Season admission tickets are ?3, for seven home games. There arc two home conference Kames, at 75c each, and 5 home non-conference Raines, at Me each—making a total of §4 worth of admissions covered by the $3 season BE SAFE Vour doctor knows better than anyone else what is best for your haliy. He has spent years in the scientific study of child health. He is interested in your bully's health and In your health. Before any change is made ID your baby's diet, or when any problem arises concerning his welfare, ymir physician is the first to be consulted. He will help you (o avoid Hie confusion and uncertainty resulting from advice offered on all sides. SEi: VOUK DOCTOR When prescriptions are nccdctl WARD & SON The Lending Druggist "We've Got It" PirONt 62 Motorcycle Delivery ticket. Student tickets, 50c for the season^ (ire available at the high school only. Sinnrl Signal Caller EVANSTON — Jack liyan, Northwestern quarter back, will be a candidate for a Rhodes Scholarship this year. 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