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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS LASSIFIED Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication famber of One Three Six One Day Days Days Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 C.OO .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 ..1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 .. 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .to 15 JO to 20 ,81 to 25 '£61030 SI to 38 S6 to 40 *l to 43 m to so For Rent T«REE - ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment with private bath. 418 ,'v N. Main St., phone 925-W. 31-31 TWO OR;.THREE ROOM FUR- nlshed upstairs apartment. Utilities paid. Phono 688. 31-3t •FURNISHED THREE-ROOM Dtf- , plex. Seven-foot refrigerator. ' Phone 1244, or apply 516 S. Grady \ St., For Sale USED ADDING MACHINE AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241. 2-20-ly MY HOME, (504 SOUTH HAMIL- ton, five rooms, bath, Venetian blinds, new 42-inch attic fan, now 20-galion automatic hot water healer, de luxe Bcndix washer. Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. Fair By Wettbrook Pogler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Thursday, September 2, 1948 Hope Baseball Team Drops 1 0 Decision In n 10-inniiiR gamn last night at Waldo the Hope baseball team was edged out 1 to 0 before a largo crowd. The Hope boys collected threij hits lo lour for the host team. - —o • Washington, Sept. 1 — The sensational, drama-packed session of the inquiry into subversive pro- American activities was alerted into high gear today when Admiral ! Ivan Walsh, U. S. N. (Rot.), n top- drawer policy-level brass-hat, I swore that a Latin-American diplomat brazenly praised FIVE-ROOM HOUSE AND THREE lots, close in. Call Mrs. Kemp Casey, phone G57-W. 30-Gt .3shrdlu etaoin cmfwyp etaoinm njRNISHED ROOM APART- ment, private bath, electric re- 7 frigeraton No children. 220 N. Elm, St.. Phone 925-J, Mrs. Anna Judson. .-:'• 31-31 TO RELIABLE PARTY, 203E1>. p room cottage, bath, water.ilights, pasture and garden plof.v-Wntc Mrs. E. Whitley, Hope, Ark. ' ... - .' -•:' .; 2-st WH ITE in good condition. Price reasonable. Sec it at 520 N. Elm.— 31-3t 1938 PONTIAC IN GOOD CONDIT- ion. Four new tires. See it at Sale Barn Tuesday, or J. G. Lively, McCaskill, Ark.. 31-3t GOOD RECLEANED FERGUSON 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. Phone 28-W-1-2. 31-01 APARTMENT, PIl 'Vate entrance. Modern. ?P,hone 688-W. 321 S. Bonner St.. : . 2-Ot Services Offered : SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yotirs cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone C89, J. M. At- 'kins. 26-lmo "BANDING AND PUNISHING '.floors. Householders wanting ' floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 9CG-VV. ~" Lost LIMITED SUPPLY SINGER SEW- ing machines for immediate delivery. Also, other reasonably priced used sewing machines. Singer Sewing Machine Center, 108 S. Elm St.. 31-6t lOd-ACRE BLACK1LAND FARM, located on highway three-quarters mile from small station on railroad. About 50 acres in row crops, 10 acres in nice meadow, 30 acres in timber, 10 acres in good pasture. Good house, large barn, one tenant well. If .interested you. Floyd Portorfield house, let us deep show & Son 31-3t the United i state dinner in February, ittl^lL U 30-Gt I stales in a toast at !at the White House 1944. Amid cries of "Red herring," Admiral Walsh explained that resident Roosevelt took steps to have the erring diplomat recalled or subversive activity. There seemed to be no question that the dignitary did use the ohrascs "The great and glorious Jnited States" and "Long live the United States of Amerca.' ' Admiral Walsh, born Ivan Woop- inkov, in Slonova, Bessarabia, was educated at Harvard law school, of course." as he put it. He cn- ,8y Huph 8. Fullnrton. Jr. New York, Sept. 2 — f.<?) —The only thing tougher than the major league pennant battles this season o.iabl.v will bo choosing between Burl Shollon and Billy "Meyer as the "Manager of the 'Year/' . . . Shotloii's Dodgers may win the Pennant nfter being in last place two mouths ago. . . .Meyer's Pirates also have a botter-than-fair chance to cop the flag. . . .Even if they dnn'l they'll get a lot of satisfaction out of belting the other contenders around. tercd the White House on inaugu ration day, 193,'-;, as a senior casuist on the rccommendaion of the noted Professor Weenie. He. ex plained that the Walsh family of Ireland, also numerous in Boston, is a minor branch of the old-world family of Woopinkov. At Harvard law the young immigrant Woopin- kov adopted Irish-American version of the family name. He became an American admiral in 1944 when he happened to mention to his old friend, Weenie, that his draft board By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer With Bob Feller serving warning that he is once again the master, moundsman of old, the Cleveland r.|uire.ment' that Indians loomed today as the team ' ' "-' to beat for the American League pennant. True, the Tribe is in third place a game and a half behind the front- running Boston Red Sox, and a half game back of the runner-up New York Yankees. However, with Fel- Lots of Class As diicclor of a summer football course at Boston University. Coach Buff Dpnelli demanded that each of the high school coaches in his class should submit ono offensive v, out so well (Buff may adopt several of the plays i that buff added a re- each coach turn in one joke suitable for the rubber chicken circuit. . .He's opening the fall season with 52 new stories. sive and one defensive play for his ving-T formation. . .That" worked Arkansas Golfers Lose to the Best _ .ler apparently returned lo form, "'.and Bob Lemon to back him on the In- Shorts and Shells | Waite Hoyt's book on Babe Ruth, | due for .October publication, will contain a verbatim report of what was after him A commission firing line, the outlook for the dians appears very bright. The schedule, too, seems to be in their favor. They have 28 games • remaining and 23 of them are against second division teams. Feller turned in his second straight sterling performance last night, permitting the Philadelphia i Athletics only six hits, and strik- | the Babe and Miller Muggins said in the clubhouse the day Ruth fined .85.000. Hoyt, pitch that day, was (guy in the place. scheduled to the only other to join the army. ;ing out his season high of nine, as admiral, signed "" T '"" " ' by Roosevelt, arid adorned with pictures of mermaids, anchors and •fish, was laid on his desk the next the Indians won 8-1. The victory was Feller's against as many defeats. Feller had a shutout until 14th, the WHITE PURSE IN FRONT OF Morgan & IMndscy. Finder return to Lehman Auto & Home Supply. 2-Jt RED HOUND, WITH FAY GOR- doii, Prescott, Ark., name on collar. Notify Tom Duckett, phone 334-W, Hope, Ark.. Reward 2-3t Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- iOns to any magazine. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 or 3G9-W. 21-lm - __-____^ Birds' high body temperature (104 to 108 degrees) helps them wiaintin their high activity. PASSENGER TO ; OAKLAND, Calif., will leave between Sept. 10 and 12. Contact Sgt. William Reyenga, Emmet, Ark.. 2-3t LET FOY DO IT , * Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lota • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 8. Walnut 8L Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS ''*or make your old ong Into a comfortable Innerspring, ONE DAY SERVICE "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 board that he would be able for induction. •—•— ~ | There was a flurry at the start WHITE CORNISH AND ROCK I of the session of the committee on fryers. 2 to 2 ! /i pounds. Phone (pro-American aclivilics when Ad- 130, Lon Sanders. 31-31 !miral Walsh raised a charge of 1 TT J1 /• • i ,• 1 n 1 •.•-»*•-» 11 (.11.1 tl OlH.lLV.Jl.iL UIlLii lilU day. He therefore wired his draft ninth when pinch hitter Carl Scbieb Canada, U. S. Chomps to Meet in Mid-September Wichita, Kas., Sept. 2 —(/F'i—The Canadian-American series, matching- the non-professional champions Memphis Back In Load After Double Win By The Associated Memphis came? Press through last night in one of the Southern Association'. 1 ; tightest spots in years mid-Septein-1 with a doubk'hoader victory and to- l.iseball Con- ;dav leads the league again. of the two nations, will be played in London, Ont., in her, the National B.i grcss said today. | The Chicks whipped the New Or- It announced a tentative starting loans Pelicans •!-! and r>-2. to go date of Sept. 1C for the best four inl ° llle load. Nashville played a out of seven game series. The| s ' n K' e Same, won it 4-3, bu'. winner has been invited by the dropped inlo second place. The National Baseball Congress of Vols handed the Birmingham Barof games Mexico to play a scries "of. in Mexico this fall. Meeting at London will be the two 1948 champions—the London Majors and the Fort Wayne. Ind., General Electrics. Both repeated as national champions this year, sfter winning in 1947. ons their first defeat in eleven games. One percentage point separates the Chicks and Vol.". — Memphis Yesterday the Bobcats looked at the "birdie" while their pictures were snapped and tonight, starling at 7:45 p. m. Hope fans will get a preview of how they will look around, gametime just about a week away. The team this year probably will be lighter but there are still some pretty hefty boys on thq squad. Coaches Tollett and Martin listed 30 men who probably will be the i Little Rock playing .000 ball and Nashville .599 The battle for Southern leadership can be altered considerably tonight since Memphis is schedulcc for another doubleheader in New Orleans while Nashville is down for a single game at home against Birmingham. The Chicks need two tonight tc stay on top in the event Nashvilk- wins. Only one other Southern game was played last night. Chattanoo jga won from Atlanta 2-1. Little 'Rock at Mobile was rained out. Games Tonight: Atlanta at Chattanooga Little Rock at Mobile. Memphis at New Orleans (2). Birmingham at Nashville. Baseball Standings Southern Association V Memphis Nashville Birmingham Mobile New Orleans Atlanta —NEA Telcphoto Richard L. Smart, IN GOOD CONDITION Phone 22-F-1-3. — l-3t CORNET, •for $55. THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type, Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highwjjsy 29. Mil TWO SADDLE HORSES, A WES"v ern saddle Phone 35C. and a pony saddle. l-3t SEVEN-FOOT CROSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 58G-J. 2-3t Real Estate for Sale 175 ACRES, ONE BRICK AND two stone houses, modern. Bordering city limits, on paved highway, $20,000. Will sell in separate blocks. 460-acre stock farm close In on 07 highway. This is a real bargain, $30 per acre. Many other smaller farms and city houses. See Lewallen & Collier, E. Third St.. 2-31 Detroit Tigers, 10-1 . . . TT , - , Park. Jack Kramer bigotry. He was asked to swear the i]r,th victory against NEW AND MODERN 5-ROOM house, Venetian blinds. Located 1024 S. Walnut, phone 977-J between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.. 2-3t customary oath, which concludes with the words "so help me God." "I don't need anv help," Admiral Walsh retorted. "This is an attempt of the Wall Street warmongers to inject religious prejudice against the workers' paradise where they have been getting along without any god. Get me a copy of Das Kapital.' Bibles I don't need. Then 1 will swear to tell the truth. It makes no difference, because Western monopolistic capitalism doesn't even understand what truth means." "Admiral VVals'i," began Commissar Boris Slupp, the chief inquisitor, on lend-lcasc from the Kremlin, "To refresh your memory, what was the occasion at which this South American openly praised the'United States. "Stalin's birthday," he said. "We only had two real big days in tho . White House. Stalin's birthday and jLenin's. Christmas was, of course, for Christmas presents. Lincoln's for the colored politicians, and Roosevelt's for the Hollywood trash to bring polio checks so they could get pardons when they gel convicted of narcotics or anything doubled and scored on Barney McCosky's single. The Red Sox maintained their hold onjirst place by routing the at Fenway notched his four defeats, doling out eight hits, collected 10 against hurlers. Yogi Berra's 13th The Red Sox four Bengal FuyeUevillc. Sept. 2—M 3 )— Arkansas' Razorbacks may accomplish more than their coaches had hoped in the period of less than three weeks they have to prepare for their 1948 football opener. The reason is that the 70 candidates who reported for the first (Bluff, former Arkansas amateur two practice sessions of the season! king, was nosed out yesterday, 3 yesterday appear to be. in unusual-|<>nd 1, by Frank Stranahan, Brit- ly fine physical condition following i' 8 ' 1 an d Canadian champion from the summer vacation. With less (Toledo, Ohio. Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 2 —(/P) — It took two of the best in the National Amateur Golf Tourney here lo cool off Arkansas' two redhot contenders. Richard L. (Bubba) Smart, Pine home hill a-4 victory over (he „.. „„„„ Browns. lommy Henrich's two-out double in the ninth chased in Cliff Mapes with the tying run. The Washington Senators staved off a ninth inning rally to nip the I'hieago White Sox, 5-4, and move past the Browns into sixth place. The Brooklyn Dodgers opened lip a half game lead over the Boston Braves in the torrid National Notice IRON GRAY MULE, WEIGHT about 800 pounds, taken up at my home, Owner may have mule by paying for ad and feed. V. H. Powell, Patmos, Ark.. 2-3t GHAV1EL NOW BEFORETHE weather gets bad. Phone 1045-J. Elephant Deaths Elephants, contrary to popular legend, don't go to a common ele- I phant graveyard to die. It is estimated thai 2000 elephants die in Africa each year. Few of Ihern are found, however, for the forest quickly covers over the remains left by scavengers. Call 129 °r 806 (nights;) FOR -. House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 ft Do You Need Any CASH? Do You Want YOURCAR PAYMENTS REDUCED? If you need extra cash or if you need your car payments reduced, or both, tee us right away. Usually you get the cash in 5 ! minutes. Repay in SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS Ask for Tom McLarty Hope Auto Company IPhon* 299 REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7G23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN 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 lia(J 22 years experience in all types Commercial linci Domestic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. No Job too lartje or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 118 Edgewood Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Time" or Moose should make thorn tenant-colonels in the war." "So this occasion was Stalin's birthday," Commissar Slupp guided. "And perhaps you can remember what you had for dinner." "Foolish questions, comrade commissar," Admiral Walsh replied.- "Like always we had already that dam chicken salad. Please don't remind me of chicken salad, comrade commissar. I got practically nothing else for about twelve years." Did you have anything else at that dinner?" "Yes," Admiral Walsh said. "Senator Truman was a guesl thai night so they had for his honor a special dish — red herring!" "Anything else?" 'Yes, we had goose," the admiral replied with a broad smile. "The Russian ambassador made a very fine toast. He bowed to old moosejaw and the gab and Hopkins and lie .said, 'that American goose is cooked at last!' "What did President Roosevelt say?" "He threw back his head and laughed that way he had — 'haw! haw! haw" "He laughed for twenty minutes straight, so loud 1 thought he was crazy." "What did she say." the commissar asked. "Oh, something silly." Admiral Walsh said. "Some crack about the different minority groups and de-j ..,. ( . £lv , mocracy and everybody got to take i "'w'ashi'...ton ' up strip-tease dancing in the parks Southern Ass for home defense. You know what she would say. Write your own ticket." "But the committee must know. What did the gab say." Well. I can tell you this," Admiral Walsh said with a dramatic ring, "if anybody is trying to smear thai great and gracious lady with any pro-American red herrings, well it is a plot of the Wall street monopoly capitalists. I never knew anyone who talked as much and knew as little, bill 1 can truly say 1 never heard a word of subversive pro-Americanism pass her lips. Anyway, what about housing. What about inflation, instead of red herrings?" At the most dramatic moment of the hearings there was a blinding flash and a blast of noise as Commissar Slupp, Admiral Walsh League race when they turned tables on Johnny Schmitz and trouble in getting the Porkers into run ; i playing .shape, more time can be an up- j strategy. i St. Louis Head Coach Barnhill lost no time in the pair of two-hour workouts . yesterday. He had several back- j field units running plays in a dummy scrimmage and the linemen working on their assignments in sessions which closely resembled those of midseason last year. More of the .same was scheduled today. Working in what apparently will be the first brickfield combination the de,, . . . .' '-•*-**• ft 1.*** HI l«_l *_HJ- feated the CUDS in Chicago, C-0. At the same time, the Braves, who started the day two percentage points behind the Brooklyn, were held lo a split in their doublehead- e. 1 ;, with the Reels in Cincinnati. After Johnny Vander Meer bested Warren Spahn, 3-1, in a hurling duel, the Braves bounced back to slaughter the Reds, 11-1. The St. Louis Cardinals swept past the Pittsburgh Pirates into third place, defeating the Philadelphia Phils, 4-2. St.-Louis. Ri, erts walked in night game ... blander Robin Rob- two St. Louis runs, and Ron Northcy cracked a home M on te Kennedy run. Southpaw dumped the Pirates into fourth place by pitching the New York- Giants to a 3-1 triumph in Pitt- burgh. Pittsburgh scored its run in the ninth on a walk, stolen base and Ed Fitzgerald's single. The Giants got all their runs off Ernie Bonham in the fifth. Sid Gordon singled in two and Kennedy the other. Today's Games By The Associated Press National Lencuie Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at Pii'sburgh. Only games scheduled. American League No games scheduled. Yesterday's results. National League Brooklyn (i Chicago 0. Cincinnati a-l Boston 1-11 New York 3 Pittsburgh 1 (night). St. Louis 4 Philadelphia 2 (night). American Lenque New York 5 St. Louis 4 (12 innings). Boston 10 Detroit 1. Cleveland i! Philadelphia 1 Smart lost in the fourth round _, after a one up victory over Jack game i Robinson, Santa Ana, Calif., in the 'third. Johnny Buzick, Jr., Jonosboro. also a former Arkansas chain, lost to Arthur Armstrong, Honolulu, Hawaiian amateur champion in a hard fought match. Armstrong defeated Buzick, 2 and ]. nfter the Jonesboro lad entered the fourth round by downing Don R. Spomer, Lincoln, Neb., 3 and traveling squad and" the average i of this group is a shade betler than 170 pounds per man. Last season the starting Bobcat eleven weighed around 105 pounds and its possible this year's team will be near that mark but the Coaches haven't picked the st;ui- ing squad as yet. Tonight the Cals \vill run through some plays and drills with about three teams working. Only local fans will be permitted to watch the workout. The traveling squad tentatively includes: Chattanooga 85 77 70 07 f!4 01 53 L. 56 57 65 09 74 75 77 «8 Pet. .000 .599 .542 .594 .475 .400 .442 .376 were Clyde (Smackover) Scott, the all-America candidate at tailback Loon (Muscles) Campbell, the bruising fullback who seems to be fully recovered from a knee injury which clogged him last year; pass- snagging Ross Pritchard at wingback and Alvin Duke, the veteran blocking back and defensive star. Amoii" those turning out for the first drills were 23 lettermen, a flock of 1947 squadnien who failed to letter, several junior college transfers and players up from last year's freshman team. A do?.en or more others, including lettermen, Tackle Leon Whillaker and Back Bill Davis, are expected lo join the squad within a few days. The Raxorbacks' first game will be with Abilene. Tex.. Christian college at Little Rock, Sept. 18. D. Lester Little of El Dorado and Ross Wright of Lewisville tied for Ward. Turnesa Meet Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 2 —(/P) — Two former winners of national amateur golf crowns—Bud Ward of Spokane. Wash., and Willie Turnesa of Elmsford, N. Y.-—met in the feature match this morning m the battle for 1948's amatucr championship. Another choice battle was Frank (Muscle Man) Stranahan's match with Charley Kocsis, the University of Michigan's national collegiate champion of 1936. Stranahan, the Toledo, Ohio, bar i bell enthusiast, currently holds the 'British and Canadian amateur crowns. Kocsis is making his seventh bid for the national. Ward, who won this tournament in 1939 and 1941, had one of his better days of the season yesterday in eliminating G. M. Trammel), Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., 3 and 2 and Albert Stone, Jr., of Jackson Tenn. 2 and 1. ^ Tnrnesa a member of one of Golfdrm's royal families, turned back Tyrell Garth of Beaumont Texas. 2 and 1, and Robert Knowles of Brooklyn, Mass., 3 and Chubby Eugene Dahlbender of AllanUi. ~ Adkinson, D. R Brill. Tommy . Bearden, B. L. .. Beasley, G Brunei-, R Dui'fie, D England, W Garrett, B Gehling, M Gunter, W. N Hammons, J. Harris, B. .. Hockett, D. .... Huddleston, W Keith, O LaGrone, M. . Lee, B. J Martindalc, J. Miller, R McCargo, J. . Neal, R Nix, E Reaves. T Russell, J Sullon, B Sutton, I. J Tabor, B. R. . Watson. J Westbrook, S. Wilson, C A. Pos. ,T ....B ... B G .. C a .. B .. T .. C ... E E ., B ... T .. B .. T .. B ,. T .. G . E .. T ... B .. B .. B .. E .. B ... E .. G ., C .. G ... C Wt. 202 Hi] 161 155 107 157 150 175 171 147 105 167 181 17,'i 180 161 221 147 151 197 171 157 151 165 187 107 187 173 177 185 American League W. L. Boston ' 77 48 New York 70 49 Cleveland 76 50 Philadelphia 73 55 Detroit 59 62 Washington 49 77 St. Louis 47 75 Chicago 42 83 National League W. L. Brooklyn 69 53 Boston 71 50 St. Louis 69 57 Pittsburgh (i5 55 New York 61 60 Philadelphia 55 69 Cincinnati 53 72 Chicago 52 73 Pet. .610 .608 .603 .570 .488 .389 .385 .336 Pet. .500 .559 .548 .542 .504 .444 .424 .416 o McGaha to Play With Pro Cage Nine of N. Y. New York. Sept. 2 —i/P) — The New York Knickerbockers of Ihe Basketball Association of America have announced the signing of IMelvin McGaha, former all-around 'athlete at the University of Arkan- |sas. I McGaha currently is playing baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals' farm club at Winston-Salem, N. C., and will report to the Kick- erbockers Oct. 1. He played football, baseball -,nd basketball at Arkansas, from which he graduated last spring. Chicago -1 (night. Association Chattanooga 2 Atlanta 1. Nashville 4 Birmingham 3. Memphis 4-5 New Orleans 1-2 Little Rock at Mobile rain. Texas League Fort Worth 5 Houston 3. Dallas a San Antonio 2. Oklahoma City (j Beaumont Shrevepoit 5 Tulsa 3. Fights last Night 3 Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage Office Phone 314 Residence Phone . . . 231-4 By The Associated Press Oakland, Calif.-—Bob Foxworth, 176. St. Louis, stopoed Leonard Morrow, 176, Oakland (4i. New York~-Freddie Loll, 156, Newark, N. J.. outpointed Greg Siragusa, 160, New York, New York (6). ^1'opeka. Kas.--Pat Me Cafferly, 105. Tupeka, outpointed Ray Spurlock, 168, Kansas City (10). Smith, Dr. Bv United Press Kd.wards. ]{. V,'. Mexico City -Haul Solis. 113 1-2, j Shot at 25 Meiida, Mexico, knocked out Luis i lli-nrv, i''. D. AiiaiiK-, 117 !-2, Los Angeles, Cal., ' Barr," 1(. H. (5) - Stewart.' K. P. , , - , --- ----- Ga -- headed a four-man top honors atthe Wednesday skeet Dixie filibuster which could pos- shont, each breaking 75 x 75. sibly disrupt the usual order of One hundred and one rounds | business in the tournament. were .shot during the arternoon | Dahlbender. who hails from Ihe with shooters from Texark-jna, ; hometu\vn of the last native South? •l.ewi.sville, J')l Dorado, tamps, Col-! < -'"ier to win a national amatucr nimbus, Garland City. Shreveport i ''/own--Bobby Jones—had capable | and Hope all participating. j ticket mates in veteran Jimmy [ Straights were shot by Manuel "' : " '" "' Hamm, Lewis Gordon, Gib Lewis, Bud Price. Lester Little, W. D. Pierce, K. R. Wright. Jim Wilson. Joel Fraxicr, Perk Perkins and Johnnie Wilson. There will be no shoot next Wednesday, Sept. (!, due to the Stale Skeet Shoot at Stuttgart, beginning Saturday and running through Monday. Shot at 50 Broke Wright, R. H. 50 Little, Lester Wilson Frazier, Joel Perkins, P. Pierce. W. D. Hall, T. M. Gordon, Lewis Price. Bud Lewis, Gib Wylie, Geo. Bryan, Chas. Barnes, H. M. Hamm, 13. K. Griffin, Sonny Wilson, John Bounds, Leo Hamm, Manuel Williams, Grady Barnes, Mrs. Wilson, Mary Harris, J. O. Hinton, Luiher Seoggins . Dr. Krazier. Mrs. Ho.sy, Kavinond 50 49 •I!) 48 48 •11! 48 48 47 47 47 47 46 46 45 45 45 •12 41 41 •11 39 39 37 36 33 33 Broke iVii.'Gonagill of Shreveport, La."; Ham Carolhers of Greenwood Miss.; and William Barren of Memphis. Tiie present Southern champion, Dahlbender advanced to the first ol todays double round by eliminating defending champion" Robert jiSkcei Ricgel of Monterey Park, I'-alif., a and 1, and national col- jlegiaU; titlest Robert Harris of I Los Gatos, Calif., 3 and 2. j Dahlbender was paried against , Louis Cass, an insurance salesman !lrom Hollywood, Calif., in the fifth 'round. . Lineups for Donkey Softbal IB Plenty of thrills and spills are promised Hope Softball funs Friday Mi«ht at a o'clock in the game of UK? year when the American Legion and VFW square off in a donkey sol'tball game at Fair park. Tiiero will be a parade in downtown Hope at 4:30 Friday after- noun featuring Olie Olsen, Earl Archer. Jr.. and Ernest Kidgdill with his I'dui-ated donkey. One of the largest crowds ever assembled at Fair park is expected lo be on hand to see this contest, which will furnish laughs from start to finish. The probable starters are as follows: BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" \Voopinkovi and five congressmen got into a scrimmage for! 'he television focus and the micro- , nhone. Commissar Slupp gave; Vice-Chan man Lausnp a violent shove us Iliey grappled for Hie spolli.ght. and knocked him Hat on his Mask. Several other stales- men were Irving lo fight and still keep facing the cameras. Admiral Walsh's voice could be heard in a wild chant above Ihe din, it is all a red herring. Under real democracy in Slopova, Bessarabia, if you bring false charges to smear a man's character you get shot by the firing squad." Southwest Softball Tournament Opens at LitfrSe Rock Little Hock. Sept. 2 — !.V (Southwest Regional Softball , inent opens lu-re lom^.hl, i, itogilher teams from Texas hoinn. Louisia , ixej iresenlin! [the Worllu-n Kock who ; champu-jis of Ip. m. i Legion H. Taylor i F. Robertson | F.Mammons j S. Bell I H. Stanford it;, lioss i T. Uillard Ked Vannoy ; K.l'.Voung.Jr. ' Kxtra: Hugh KecSve Nolan Tollett 1'ioy Sutton Johnnie Brill Charles Butler Bill I? on ton. Pos. VFW P M.Ferguson C. E. Archer,Jr. 113 Ed Morris 2B S. Fenwick SS W. MeCorkle SB C. Delaney LF H. Davis CF Ed Aslin HF Bob Griffin Extra: Jack Prilehard Jimmie Miller O. B. Burns Dalton Brown LaGrone Williams r soo s Finest Chambroy jor s University Gabardine Shirts Leaping Bobcat Sweaters For Little Men Too! On the Depot Corner British Historian At this point Ihe lights blew out j Play in the meet begins at 8 and the .microphones and television p. in., when the Houston, "'Tex., went dead. (club meets tile Oklahoma state Engineers suspected a pro-Arner-j champion team of Okmuljjee. Jean sabotage plot. ' Dallas. Tex., and the Fort Roots i Veterans No_rth Little Rock, byt-s in the first day's pairinK i The tournament i'iuals will pluyud Sunday. 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