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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, September 1, 1943 CLASSIFIED 1.50 2.DO 2.50 3.00 3,50 4,00 4.50 5.00 4.50 G.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One Days Days Month .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.30 2.40 2.70 3.00 Number of Words Day Up to 15 .. .45 16 to 20 . .60 21 to 25 . .75 26 to 80 . .90 31 to 35 .1.05 36 to 40 .1.20 , 41 to 45 . 1.35 46 to 50 . 1.50 Kates are for Continuous Insertions Only « All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent QSED ADDING MACHINE AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241. 2-20-ly THREE-ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. 1520 South Main. phone 563-J. 30-3t THREE - ROOM UNFURNISHE~D apartment with private bath. 418 N. Main St., phone 925-W. 31-3t TWO "bll THREE ROOM FUR- nished upstairs apartment. Utilities paid. Phone 688. 31-3t FURNISHED THREE-ROOM DU- plex. Seven-foot refrigerator. Phone 1244, or apply 510 S. Grady St.. 31-3t FURNISHED 4^ROOM APART- ment, private bath, electric refrigerator. No children. 220 N. Elm St.. Phone 925-J, Mrs. Anna Judson. 31-3t MY HOME, 004 SOUTH HAMIL- ton, five rooms, bath, Venetian blinds, new 42-inch attic fan, new 20-gallon automatic, hot water healer, de luxe Bendix washer. Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. 30-Ot DOUGLAS PEARS SI.50 BUSHEL. Call for hervesting dates. Bring container. Experiment Station phone l-F-2. 30-3t FIVE-ROOM HOUSE~AND THREE THREE-ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment, private bath, bills paid. $30 per month. Jac.c Simpson, phone 1046-R. 1-it lots, close in. Casey, phone Sshrdlu ctaoin Call Mrs. Kemp G57-W. 30-Ot cmfwyp etaoinm WHITE TABLE TOP GAS RANGE in good condition. Price reason able. See it at 520 N. Elm.— 31-3t 1938 PONTIAC IN GOOD CONDIT ion. Four new tires. See it a Sale Barn Tuesday, or J. G Lively, McCaskill, Ark.. 31-3t ONE THREE-ROOM HOUSE ON Experiment Station road. Elcc- rlc lights. Newt Pentecost, phone 215-W. 1 It Reel Estate for Sale DO YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR farm? Now is the time to put it on the market. We have customers for small and large farms With good improvements and well located. List your land today. Possession after crops are harvested. INCOME PROPERTY ON WEST Fourth St.. Six frame houses. Yearly rental $576. A bargain for $4,000. Must sell this week. Out-of-town owner. Foster-Ellis Real Estate, Insurance, FHA Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 27-Gt GOOD RECLEANED FERGUSON 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. Phone 28-W-1-2 31-61 LIMITED SUPPLY SINGER SEW. ing machines for immediate de livery. Also, other reasonably priced used sewing machines Singer Sewing Machine Center 108 S. Elrn St.. 31-6 10II.-ACRE BLACKILAND FARM located on highway thrue-quar tors mile from small station 01 railroad. About 50 acres in rov crops, 10 acres in nice meadow 30 acres in timber, 10 acres ir good pasture. Good house, larg barn, one tenant house, deep well. If interested let us you. Floyd Porterfield & Son 31-31 Cotton States Draws Curtain on 1948 Season By tne Associated Press The Cotton States League rang down the curtain on its 194!! regu- ar season las.t night. The playoffs pen tomorrow. The loop-leading Greenwood Dod- ;ers edged El Dorado fi-5, Pine 31uff defeated runner-up VFW, Legion Prepare for 'Donkey'Game The American Legion and VFW will square off Friday night at f! o'clock at Fair park in a Donkc\ dale 5-3. Hot Springs beat Helena '0-5 and Natchez barely trimmed jreenville 14-13 in a game marked by 27 hits and 10 errors. Clarks- Softball game. I Fred Robertson will manage the Legion boys and Bill Reardon \vill \ handle the VFW nine. Any memo -r ' of either organization or a veteran should no i The championI Dodgers got off to wishing to participate should i parlv lenH but were Dressed in fy the managers immediately. an early lead but were pressed in j late stages and pushed over the ' winning run in the last frame of the seven-inning game. Ed Albrecht, Pine Bluff hurler, allowed Clarksdale only four hits while Clarksdale used four pitchers in an effort to halt the Cards' nine- Ilit attack. Hot Springs, off to a three-run lead in the bottom of the third, saw the Seaporters tic up the game in their fourth, but the Bathers came back with three more runs in the bottom of the fourth—enough for victory. The Bathers later added four more runs for insurance. Natchez built up- a 10-run lead by the end of the sixth inning but. Greenville gradually whittled this down with late rallies. o Baseball Standings Southern Association Won Lost PC. The lineups will be announced Admission will be 25 and 50c. T c kets are now on sale at Rcphan -Routon & Coffee, and Harry Hi\ thorne's. Knock Off Favorites Nashville Memphis Birmingham Mobile Now Orleans Atlanta Little Rock Chattanooga 84 82 77 70 67 64 61 52 57 56 64 69 72 74 77 88 59G .594 .546 .504 .482 .464 .442 .371 American League Boston New York Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis show I Washington Chicago Won Lost PC. 76 48 .613 WHITE CORNISH AND ROCK fryeis. 2 to 2'/a pounds. Phone 130, Lon Sanders. 31-3t CORNET, for $55. Wanted to Buv COLLEGE GIRL WANTS \VARD- robo trunk. Call 575-J 31-11 THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. ' l-6t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone 089, J. M. Atkins. 26-lmo SANPING AND FINISHING floors. Householders wanting your floors made beautiful, call Vernon Osburn. Phone 9GB-W. 31-Ot Hogs constitute a billion dollar industry in the United States. LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. IN GOOD CONDITION Phone 22-F-1-3. — l-3t TWO SADDLE HORSES, A WEST- ern saddle and a pony saddle. Phone 35C. l-3t Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- ions to any magazine. Chaa Reynerson. Phone 28 or 369-W 21-lm Birds' high body temperature (104 to 108 degrees) helps them maintin their high activity. Legal Notice 75 75 73 59 47 48 42 49 50 54 61 74 77 82 .005 .000 .575 .492 383 .384 .339 National League rooklyn oston Pittsburgh t. Louis *Tew York hiladelphia Cincinnati hicago Won Lost PC. 6« 70 05 08 60 55 52 52 53 55 54 57 60 68 71 72 .562 .560 Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 1 — tfP) — The long and true drives down the middle pay off in golf just as they do in baseball, says William (Memphis Bill) Terry. Terry, ex-manager of the New York Giants of the National Baseball League, was referring to goings on in the 48th National Amateur Golf championship which moved into its third and fourth rounds over the Memphis country club course today. "The guys who can't keep' 'cm on the fairways on this course don't have a chance," Terry said. Terry,who is tournament press- ! relations chairman, could illustrate his point with the fact that only three of the six former champions in the contest survived the second round yesterday. Two other ex-kings barely made the grade. In each case it was a the rough, a rather deep mass of matter of keeping the ball out of bcrmuda and water grass that borders the G.G17 yard, par 70 championship strip. Still around for today's two j rounds that will reduce the field j to l(i players by nightfall were ] The Chicapo Boars hardly will run out of quarterbacks and pitcheis this fall. On St. Joseph's College field, Renssolaer, Ind. owner- coach George Halas goer, over passing patterns with, leit to right, Texas, 1 Bobby Layne and Notre Dame's Johnny Lujack, who are understudying old reliable Sid Luckman.. .546 Robert (Skee) Riegel of Monterey .544 I Park, Calif., defending titlist; and .500 (former champions Marvin (Bud) .447 .423 .419 otton States Standing: "earn ircenwood Clarksdale i-Iot Springs Natchez , reenville '. i-Iolena Pine Bluff '. El Dorado o W L Pet. 92 44 .677 85 53 .616 82 56 ..74 64 ..65 73 54 82 594 .436 .471 .397 ..50 87 .365 48 91 .345 -The title car- Lei Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old ona Into a comfortable Innersprlng. ONE DAY SERVICE "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that th application of the Southweslcr Bell Telephone Company for a gen era! increase and adjustment of it rates in all the municipalitic served by the Company in the Stat of Arkansas, and which applicatio is now pending before the Arkansa Public Service Commission, has been set for further public hearing before the Arkansas Public Service Commission in its offices in the State Capitol Building, in Little Rock, Arkansas, beginning on September 14, 1948, at 10:00 a. m. Any person, corporation or association authorized to complain to the Commission may intervene and be heard as an original party at the time and place specified in (his notice. ARKANSAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION BY H. II. Mohaffy Secretary Sept. 1, 8 Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wirina> Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Indiana Team Captures Semi-Pro Title Wichita, Kas., ept. 1 — (/P) national semi-pro baseball went back to Indiana today — riod home by the Fort Wayne General Electrics for the second consecutive time. The Indianans beat the Elkin, N. C., Chathams, 2 to 1, last night in the final game of the 18-day clou- bel elimination tournament. They received a $10,000 cash award. The original field consisted of 32 teams. Fort Wayne romped .hrough seven games undefeated. Elkin's defeat last night was its, econd. The North Carolinans were lim- ted to six hits by righthandet Leonard Bobeck, a former eaguer with the Cincinnati Fort Wayne tallied in the first and iourth innings. Elkin's run came ir the eighth. Third place in the tournament went to the Mt. Vernon, Wash. Milkmaids. The Fredericksburg Pa., Chix, the Golden, Colo., Coors and the Glen Ridge, N. J., Tydols tied for fourth place. Tied for seventh were the Jack sonviile. Fla., .Terminal Railroad ers, the New Holstein, \Vis., Ath lotic club, the Phoenix, Ariz., Tliun dot-birds and the Conroe, Tex Wildcats. FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN Do You Need Any CASH? Do You Want YOURCAR PAYMENTS REDUCED? If you need extra cash or i if you need your cor payments reduced, or both, see us right away. Usually you get the cash in 5 minutes. Repay in SMALL! MONTHLY I PAYMENTS j Ask for Tom McLarty Hope Auto Company Phone 299 FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience In all types Commercial and Domestic Refrigeration aii'l Air Conditioniny. No Jot) too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edge-wood Ave. Phone 1260 "We Go Anywhere Any Ylrne' Ward of Spokane, Wash., 1939 and 1941, and Willie Turncsa of Elmsford. N. Y., (19381. The 58-year-old Charles (ChiclO Evans of Chicago, who won the first of his two national banners in 1916: Richard Chapman of Pinehurst. N. C., (1940) and Stanley (Ted) Bishop of Deadham, Mass., (194C), were among the prominent Iso rails. Riegol, who showed all his stuff imimiting Robert Clark of Edgc- st task on this deep South sun- atcr, Colo.,.l up, had the touch- aked course today. Skee's morn- S foe was Gent Dahlbender, Jr.. tlanta's Southern champion, ii nd 4 winner over Ed Hopkins of Austin, Texas. Unknowns provided the first up- ets • scored in the second round. Jon Spomer, 20-year-old junior rom the University of Nebraska, umped on Bishop, 1 up, and was o meet upsetter John Bu/.ick of Aonettc and Jonesboro, Ark., Bu/.ick knocked off James McHale, f Philadelphia, 1 up. Richard Smart of Pine Bluff, Ark., former University of Arkanas star, whipped Chapman 4 and | New York. Sept. 1 — t/P) —Okay, j boys, you can forget those unimportant baseball races now: fool- jball really is getting under way. . I And the guy who said it never 'stopped must have, been a pro. . . 'The Big Nine. Ivy League. Big '.Seven and other conservative col- jlcge leagues finally have reached their official starting date and Irom here in you can't pick up a newspaper that won't have a tear- i spotted sports page or a magazine j that isn't' trying to be first with an ; All America team. . .Just for the \ heck of it. how about a "First , Ten" composed of Notre Dame, i Purdue, California. Georgia Tech. 1 Texas, Minnesota. Oregon, Penn j State, North Crolina and Georgia \ — not necessarily in that order? j By The Associated Pi-ess Even baseball teams are complaining of the late-summer heat, but football practice began as scheduled today at the University of arknnsas and seven other state colleges. One coach. Jimmy Karam of Little Rock Junior College, even planned to scrimmage his team on this first day for formal drills. Led by Capt. Theron Roberts and sub-capt. Clyde Scott, a squad of 70 or more candidates were to 'Pickup Pirates' Talk of League Under New Manager By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Billy Meyer, Pittsburgh's hesh- man manager, is the tal* oi I he jaseball world today as his "pick' up" Pirates defy the critic:: and challenge the league lead?;-;. Manned largely by cnstolfs. and generally picked to wind up in 1ne second division, Meyer's bold Buccaneers have proved a bigg:".- surprise than even Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics. They'ic in third place only two games off the pace. The rags-to-richcs Pirates arc practically the same team that finished in a tie for last place, in the National League in 1947. The Pirates picked up a game and a half on the Dodgers yosier- d'ay. nosing out the New York Giants, 5-4 while the c?llar dwelling Chicago Cubs upset the Brooks twice. 3-0 and 7-2. Pittsburgh remained two flames behind the runner-up Braves who climbed within two percentage points of Brooklyn by defeating the Reds in Cincinnati, 3-1. o ;—• Jets to Enter Speed Race at National Air Show Cleveland, Aug. 31. — (UP)— The air force announced today it will I conduct jet plane speeds runs at ] the national air races here this weekend in an attempt to set a new world record. The tests will be run during the ithree days of the air races Sept. 4, D and G over a three kilometer U.PiG miles) course. The public will have a chance to witness the assault on the world's speed record for the first , time as the entire course will] parallel the 70,000-scat grandstands at Cleveland airport. | Air Force officials said the F-80 j jet fighter "is expected to estata- j lish a new mark substantially j higher" than the present record of | 6590.796 miles an hour set on Aug. i 25, 1947, by Lt.-Col. Marion E. j Carl of the marine corps in a D- i 558 Skystreak. Major Richard L. Johnson of the Wright-Patterson air force base, Dayton, O.. will pilot the F-80 on the speed runs. The three kilometer course was especially built for the attempt on the world speed record and will remain as a permanent ! course for the national air BROADCASTING SYSTEM 5:15 5:30 5:45 (3:00 6:15 0:25 6:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 ',0:00 10: 15 10:30 10:55 U-nn 0:00 c-.'ib G:-'IO fi:. r >r> 7:00 7:15 7:30 7: 45 7:!>5 8:00 8:30 o: 55 9-no 9:15 9: SO 10:00 10:1.) -M -M Nashville, Memphis Battling for Southern Title By The Associated Press The slightest weakening Ir ithcr Nashville or Memphis of ;h! Southern Association will cjuickl; ecide the pennant winner, bu leither team has shown any sign f letting down as they battle lo he 1048 flag. In lust night's games both Ten essee teams won. Nashville, lided by Forrest Burgess' throe- tin homer, whipped the Atlanta Crackers 4-1 and Memphis rallied n the seventh to edge Mobile 4-3, caving Nashville two percentage joints'at the head of the class. The hottest team in the Southern :it the moment is Birmingham. I'lie Barons copped No. 10 in a row with last night's 13-7 victory jver last place Chattanooga. New Orleans trippled over the Little Rock Travs S-4 in a second division battle. Alex, Ronay scattered nine Pelican hits. ' Tonight's games: Atlanta at Chattanooga. Little Rock at Mobile. Birmingham at Nashville. Memphis at New Orleans (2). Memphis, Sept. 1 — Iff 1 )— Two former Arkansas state champions ieek their third success in the National Amateur Golf tournament icre today. They are Richard (Biibba) Smart, 24-year-old Pine Bluff ace, who yesterday scored an upset by coating Dick Chapman, Pinehnrst, N. C., and 1940 national amateur champion, and Johnny Buzick, Jr., Jonesboro. Smart plays Jack W. Robinson, Santa Anna. Calif., and Bu/.ick neets Don R. Spomer, Lincoln, Neb., in third round matches today. In beating Chapman 4 and 3, Smart, a deliberate player. was one under par for the 15 holes and had only two putts of eight feet or more. Buzick eliminated James B. McHale, Jr., Bethlehem, Pa., one up. Cheering Section Mrs. F. A. Bunto. publicity chairman tor the Women's Western Golf Association, was playing a final hurried round of golf with her i report to Coach John Barnhill and husband at Lake Geneva, Wis., bo j Ins assistants. Twenty-five letter- fore departing (or this week's i men were expected, championship at San Francisco. . . : Barnhill plans to use the first Their caddie spoke so enthusiastic- j two days of practice for conditionally of Peggy 'Kirk's prospects of; ing but hopes to begin scrimmages winning that Mr. Bunto gave him j within a week. a ball autographed by Peg. . .The j The largest turnouts were ex- kid then refused a fee 1'or his club ! peeled at Arkansas State ot Jones- toting that day. . .The incident re- ; boro. where Coach Forrest Eng- called to Mrs Bunte that after last '• land looked for 85 huskies, and year's final at F.vanston. 111.. Peg-j Magnolia A. and M., where head gy had to hurry home. . .Later a mentor Elmer Smith expected 80. box arrived addressed to Pep;. . State anticipated 25 returning let- Opening it, tournament officials terrnen. Seventeen former mono- found a lovely corsage and a card j gram-winners were to report at Magnolia. Arkansas State Teachers College, which shared the 1947 Arkansas Intercollegiate championship with Arkansas Tech, was to go to work under Pee Wee Montgomery with 70 IYKMI. including 22 lettcrmen. The leftcrmen were to be among 70 candidates a Tech. Raymond (Rabbit) Burnett, succeeding the veteran John Tucker as head coach, piruis to beat the heat as much as possible by by doing the roughest work in night practice sessions. Twenty-five lettcrmen, including all but oil" member of last season's starting lineup, were to report to Coach Frank Koon at the College of the. Ozai-ks, Clarksville. A ioi-il nmi'Hit of 5'i was expected Karam. who reported his 40 Little Hock squadmcn have been The North American F-8G fly complete with machine for the round trips over course. will guns the reading: "Better luck next time, i your caddie" . .Is there any USGA j rule thai a caddie can't carry 14 ' clubs and a torch'.' The Rich vs. The Pork i On the stationery of the R-noiie i County (Moi Fair ham show comes! word th;:t members of the Colom- ' bia, Mo.. Cosmopolitan club have; wagered an old Boone County . country .ham Ulis name wasn't; given) against .MI oil well (pusher type' put up by the Tu!s:i C';snu>- politans on the outer Quota System for Negroes Washington, Aug. 31 — (/P) —The military has dropped from its peacetime draft the quota system used for Negroes during World War II, defense officials said today. A spokesman for Selective Service headquarters said in answer to a question that no quota is fixed, that Negroes and whites arc being "taken as they come." During the war, a quota was set for the draft of Negroes. The aim was to call approximately as many Negroes as the propov'Jon of their race to national population. That is abuut ten percent . Negroes will get their basic training at camps anywhere in the country to which they happen to be assigned, either in the north or or south, army spokesmen said. They denied a published report that no Negroes would be trained j in the south. A Negro will be assigned to any unit where needed. I regardless of location, when his | basic training has been fixed, I spokesmen said. Wednesday p. m.'Sept. 1 5:00 Mcrt's i-iccord Session—M Superman—M Adventure Parade- Tom Mix—M The Inside Story News. Kivu ;Har Final Gulf Sports Parada News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Special Agent—M High Adventure—M Billy Rose—M Gabriel Header—M Mutual Newsreel—M Erskin Johnson's Story- Bill Henry. News—M Opinion Airc—M Lionel Hampton—M All the Mows—M Victor M. Reuthor—M Vaughn Monroe's Orch.—M . Mutual Newt,—M Sinn-Off Thursday a. m., Sept. 2 5:58 Sign on '# Hillybilly Hoedov/n Bargain Roundup News. First Edition Airlane Trio Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock News. Coffee Cun Edition . Sunrise Serenade Bob Poole's Stiow—M According to the Record Cecil Brown — M Faith in Our Time — M • Say It With Music — M Passim; Parade — M Tell Your NJghbor — M Heart's Desiro —- M Kale Smith Speaks — M John B. Kennedy — M O/.ark Vailey Folks—M Thursday p. m.. Sept. 2 12:00 News. Hume Edition Market Time Song of the Day Polka Interlude Farm Fair Checkerboard Jamboree—IS Oueen for a Day — M Golden Hope Chest — M Movie Matinee — M Woody & Virginia —M Carnival of Music — M Robert HurlciKh—M Johnson Family — M Time to Dance Two-Ton Baker—M Swinf Time The Voice of the Army Mori's Record Session—M ) Superman—M Adventure Parade •* Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News:, Five Star Edit'Vai Gulf Snorts Parade News Comment—M Fulton Lewis. Jr. Talent Jackpot—M The Better Half—M Billy Hose—'-VI Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Nev.'sreel—M , Revere All-Star Review—M Bill llonrv. News—M Family Theater—M Bill McCuno's Orch.—M '«i Ail the N"ws—M Barclay Allen's Ohch.—M Blue Barren':; Orch.—M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off 12:10 12:15 speed I 12:30 races. I 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 '2: •! 5 3:00 3:15 3.- 'M 3:45 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 0:15 6:25 G:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 f!: 5f/ 9:00 9:30 1 fi: on 10:15 10:30 10:55 Determine Today's Games By >, MITON RICH MAN V.U-K. Sept. ] -- (UP-- qi.iiel la: 1-pUu'e club. O!u Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phons . . . 231-J By The Associated Press American League St. Louis at New York. Chicago at Washington (night), (night. Cl ev el a n d at Philadelphia (night V Detroit at Boston. National League New York at Pittsburgh (night). Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati (2. Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). Yesterday's results. National League Chicago 3-7 Brooklyn 0-2. Pittsburgh 5 New York 4 (night). St. Louis 5 Philadelphia 0 (night). Boston 3 Cincinnati 1 (night. American League New ork 10 St. Louis Boston ii Cleveland (night). Washington 7 Chicago Southern Association Nashville 4 Atlanta 1. Birmingham 13 Chattanooga Memphis 4 Mobile 3. Little Hock !! New Orleans 4 Texas League Fort Worth 10 Houston 3. Oklahoma City 4 Beaumont Tulsa 4 Shrcvepurt 1. an Antonio 4 Dallas 0. etting into condition on their own and are ready for the rough work, ^oimterl 17 lettjrmen. I Wes Bradshaw, taking over from i Jti;ben Smith as roach of the | Ouachita Tigers, was counting on i 19 leHeiT.ion, bill didn't know how ! many other candidates would bo (;n hand. Team:- of the state's other col- Expresses Hope for End to Palestine V/ar G r i n n i;' s (' ing a lot to s;,\ team will win pennant. The revilali/. Veling in liv. ir ers", l.-e;.-.:: contender:-; knocked over liu 1 three i. t'ontinuin Cubs clawed Brooklyn IVd 3 lo 0 and 7 flow crowd n Field. '> ! I'S v.-ilh triumph over the 1) over age points. It was Borowv. a 11 not o;it'll their fall drills bor D;iv. next •chirk' Hondrix. Arkansas M. of Monlicello, Arkansas of UuU'svillc and Hender- -o- Maifa, Palestine, Aug. 31 —iVP)— Premier David Ben-Gurion of Israel expressed hope today for an end to the war with the Arabs. Palestine is now under a United Nations truce. His remarks were made on the Monday, i flagship of the fledgling Israeli * ••' Navy, which he reviewed. Ben-Gurion said Israel's Navy will be used to take his nation's message to the seven seas and to maintain contact with world Jewry, Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time Listening Tonight (Wednesday): NBC—7:30 Jack Pearl Comedy; Big Story Drama; 0:30 The Man. CBS—7 An'. Chameleon drama; 7:30 Dr. Christian Drama; 8:30 Jimmy Melton Concert; 9 The Whistler; 9:30 Capitol Cloak Room. ABC—(i:30 Lone Ranger; 7:30 Paul While-man Talent; 8 Abbot and Costollo; 8:30 Go Cor the House Quiz; !) Gordon Macrae theater. MBS--7 Special Agent; 8:30 Hollywood Story; 9 Opiunaire "Should Children be Spanked?" 9:30 Lionel Hampton Show. of 70 Report for A. Practice Detroit 4 night. (i Philadelphi BARNHILL eviile, Sept. 1 — (/P) — squad of 70 candidates re- fur the first football actice of the season at the University of Arkansas this n:orning. Coach John Barnhill put the iys t!nuUL;h two hours of lini- M-iug-up exercises and duni- y drill. There will be another •acliee this afternoon. There Were several absentees elu'.lin-.! ends Sain Bin;', and •:\i-.i'l \V"<jolev. tackles Lucien Abralvim. Bill Hutson and /,'.,!•> Whillaker. Guards C. J. rdale and James Noble. The average-size tree "drinks" from three lo five barrels of wat-' er daily during the growing season/ Versatile Actress AMK 1'rcvImiM I'uxxle BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Los Angeles— Knnqu.; BL Io4, Mexico City, stopped T StenhouSL-, K J 4. Buffalo, (4). Brooklyn Harold Green, Brooklyn, outpointed Richie las, 158. Si. Louis <8>. Elix-abL-th, N. J.—Tippy Larkin. ]43, Garficki, N. J.. oulpuintod Ruby Kt-fslor. 131. Ni-w York ill). The horse chestnut supposedly gets its name from the scars k-H on twigs when leaves fall in the autumn. The scars resemble minia-. turf horsehoes, with series u£ dots!ana ^ representing nail holes. Card Red one-i-umie lead cision over De- Parnell yielded ining his llth win. ;i'pt within a game in.; the sixth- JJrown:;. It) io 9. four- lo a 7 the While Sux. and El Evans each hit the Senators. 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