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Poge Six ARKANSAS Friday, September 10, 1948 Nurtiberof Words Up to IS . 16 to 20 ,... 21 to 25 26 to 30 81 to 35' .... 36 to 40 . .. « to 4S . W to 50 Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication One Three Six One Day Days Days Month .45 -- ' -.GO .75 .00 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Hates arc for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2 30 2.50 3.00 3.. r >0 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 C.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Rent r-* THREE ROOM UPSTAIRS FURN- ished apartment. Utilities paid. Phone 688. 7-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- incnt. with bath. Utilities paid. 712 East Diivsion. ' 7-31 VACANT SEPTEMBER 15. ~8 room house on Highway No. 4, Close in. R. N. Mousor, Phone 12I2-J. 7-3t 4 ROOM HOUSE CLOSE IN. ,, Lights, water and pasture. Sec E. V, Juris. Phone 1101-.1. ^ . 7-3t TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment, one bloc!; from High school. Phone 503-.T. -3-at Notice GRAVEL NOW BEFORE weather gets bad. Phone THE BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, ~~l will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of students. If interested please got in touch with me immediately. Clarice Cannon. Hl-fit By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. losfr NEW SCOOTER FROM DR. Pepper Truck. S5.00 reward for return to Hope Star Office. Lost j brook between Fulton and Homan. 8-3t New York, Sept. :>, — Among the By JOE RE1CHLER many artful dodges by which she; Associated Press Sports Writer has wrung from the presidency of j The greatest pennant races in the United States one of. the few I major league hislory were forced great American fortunes directly j to play second fiddle today to a 23- attributable; to politics. Mrs. Elea- , year-old, rosy-check Omaha boy nor Roosevelt conducts a column i who only a few short months ago of questions and answers, jwas struggling to stay in the big In the latest batch of these there j lirno occurs the following: j This tall youngster from Nebras- Q. — I read an article by West-j ha, blond-haired Rex Barney. Pcglcr in which he stated i rapped loudly on the door to pitch-' By Huah *• Fullerton. Jr. (Krlitors: This is the first of a scries of stories on the foot-' ball prospects this season in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference.) GREY DRESS, BETWEEN 712 North Elm street and U-Do Laundry. Call I070-W. Estate t-or Sale Bv WILLIAM HUGHS ?.L-'gnolia, Sept. 10. — (UP) — that Mr." Roosevelt "signed his Ung' greatness last, night when hej Hc "[! C ? ac i 1 f-'iTier SmHh at Mag- In the latest batch of these there ihuihd a no-run, no-hit game I no - lin A - ,", lVL ls lookln g forward name to a property deed at. his'against the New York Giants. It! to a nard-nnarging backfield and real-estate promotion at Warm! in line to keep the Mule the top bracket of the iigskin circuit this year. told, about 40 men. including NEWLY DECORATED 4 ROOM house with enclosed porch. Pasture space. R. L. Lewallcn, Real . ^Estate, . 9-31 F~ UNFURNISHED ROOM S, lights. Water. School bus route. , $20 per month. Mrs. Chas. H. Matties. South Patmos road, Rt. , 4, Box 288. 9-3t MODERN UN FURNISHED apartment, 322 West Division, Phone 330-W. i)-3t THREE ROOM UNFURNISHED apattment. 222 West Ave. C. * Phone 757-W after 3 p.m. !)-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment,. private bath, bills paid. $30 per month. Phone 1040-R. Jack Simpson. 9-3t FURNISHED 4 ROOM APART- roent, bath, electric refrigerator. No children. Telephone 025-J. Mrs Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm .Street. 0-Ot FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON EAST 15th .street. <i2,2f>0.00 cash, balance $28.00 per month like rent. Will give possession. Floyd Por- terfickl and Son. 8-3t POSSESSION THIS~WEEKON this attractive six room modern residence with attic fan and floor furnace. Located on tho corner of IGth and Walker at Z21 East 15th street. About S1.,!>00 cash required balance on easy monthly payments. 321 WEST 7TH — NICE FIVE room residence with attic fan, extra large corner lot. $o,500.00. LARGE SEVEN ROOM RESI- clence on corner lot, paved street extra' lot for another house. Would make nice duplex, three blocks from town. $G,500.00. IF NONE OF THE ABOVE SUIT you buy a lot in Beverly Hills and build your Dream house. Lots reasonably priced. Any size you want. Some choice locations left. You only need 10 percent down. Tfor quick action on your property eall Foster-Ellis, 221. 108 East Second. 8-3t EOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Near Schoolcy's Store. .Phone 38-F-ll. 9-3t : TWO ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment to couple only. Close ; in. . Private entrance. Phone 18Q-W. 9-31 FOUR ' ROOM ' APARTMENT. Close to Paisley school. See C. C. Dodson at Basket Factory. 10 ' 3t .THREE FURNISHED~ROOMs7~2 miles, put on Rosston road. See Mrs. ..J. W. Camp. I0-3t Wanted to Rent HOUSE 2 OR~3 BEDROOMS TO High School Coach Jack Hopkins. Phone 994-M. 7-31 YOUNG COUPLE wbuLD~LIKE to rent one or two bedroom house. No children. Good carc- tatung of yard and house. Phone 1224-J. . > 9-3t Wonted to Buy ONE 1800 TYPE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER WITH DETAIL STRIP R|EG> $99.99, ALSO OFFICE SAFE MEDIUM SIZE. 'CONTACT MR. TOLLETT AT WEST BROS. OLD McRAE HARDWARE BUILDING. PHONE 128G. 9-3t Token Up •* RED MARE MULE WEIGHS about 800 pounds. George M Moody, near Spring Mill. 8-3t BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Qualify Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 for the Best In Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Brewsler Refrigeration Service has bad 22 years experience in all types Commercial dnd Domestic Refrigeration anri Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edgewocd Ave. Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Time" vate actions? A. — I know nothing of the prop- • erty deeds signed by my husband ; in Warm Springs. I do realize, i however, that, in signing a deed, \ he would have been o.iliged to' sign in order to obtain the land. Since the property passed out of : I have never' the conditions land was ac- '• I to the foundation, (beard much about under which the quired or sold. Mrs. Roosevelt is a professional politician in a presidential campaign for a candidate who is trying to vindicate her late husband of. willful failures which now have committed the United States to irninj.; lotlerrnen. .riciiron for pre-.season i'': before the souad laekles McNee.-;c Junior Collone here Sept. 1<! tor the season open- I er. ' 'imi'h is pinning his offensive 1 hopes n,i throe veteran;- !rom the ; 10'17 ihird-r.lace ;-quad. One of the brightest prospects for baeUt'ield Coach Auburn Smith [ is shifty .Sammy F'.n-o of Snlaek- Furo is a light -. , , was the first of the 1943 National j ;i . '""'•'' V 7' 8-31 Springs forbidding forever the • League season and the second, in i ! ' K ' 01 •"' !n .sale of his land to any Afro or iV;the majors. jAIC rental or occupancy by any such." | Barney's superlative pitching j All If the statement is correct, how do j enabled the Brooklyn Dodgers to|l5 n you reconcile the inconsistencies'defeat the Giants. 2-0, at the Polo ) Mairnnl'a of the Roosevelt family in relation Grounds, and advance to within ! I'linr'anienl to their public utterances and pri- [three and a ha'f games of the i league leading Boston Braves. There have been P..9 other no-hit- lers tossed in the majors since the turn of the century, but Barney's mound masterpiece is :,ct apart from all others. for it was achieve;' in intermittent showers and ;.it Ihe expense of what has my bus-band's .hands very soon i generally been rated the hardest (over. after he acquired it. as he'sold it; hitting club 'in modern times. Yet this heralded wrecking crew did not come close to connecting for a base hit against Barney's Cross-eU is returning for his fireball delivery. Only six balls {year, and his booming punts were hit to the outfield. i showed un well in snrina workout--. Only four Giants reached base j Most of the passing'duties will as Barney faced 29 batters in win-ih" ;-ss''<"ied to Ros Woodruff. Ihe rung his 13th victory. He fanned lanky Mena pegger who Smith four. Five others were out on pop hopes will fill the void left by the (ouls. -I'.vo New Yorkers got on via graduation of David Thomas, one conflict with the mighty totalitari- i walks' and two on Brooklyn errors, [of the AIC's top aerial threats last an Russian empire. That candi-j The only other no-run, no-hit iyear. data has selected for his leading! game (his season was spun by Bob] Quarterback Dolwin Ross of domestic issue the abolition of Ne-iLemcn of the Cleveland Indians jHoep. r-ntt Halfb-ck "finna'd r™w. firo segregation, which the late | who June SO blanked the Detroit i of DcQuecn round out tho backfield Roosevelt practiced in the most I Tigers 2-0. hcoeful formal and deliberate way in the I Carl Fuiilio figured in both | r r < conveyance referred to. Mr. Tru- (Brooklyn runs. He singled in thel..,-iV man has also accepted with hu- second, laced to third on Pee Wen mility the solemn political mission Reese's double, and scored while assigned to him by the chairman j Buddy Kerr was throwing out Gil of the Democratic National corn-i Hodges. Furillo's second single, in -he third, drove in Billy Cox. C bad walked and advanced to sec- New York, Sept. 10 — (/P) —Geor- jges Carpontier, a skinny Paris sa- j loon-keeper who is here to help i whoop ji up for Marcel Ccrdan's 'middle-weight title bout with Tony /.ale. hardly looks like a person who'd step into the ring with Jack jnoirip.st.-y But he leaves no j doubt that he's the same 108- j pounder who drew the first million j dollar gate with Dcmpsey at j Uoyle's Thirty. I- • . .Georges is an easy guy to in- itervicw be ha? lots of things to j remember in boxing although he's •'through with the game" now: he (sneaks better English than a lot of .n-'J-vc-boi-n members of the fight l mob. and if words fail, he can tell t'.in st^'-v v.'tb eloquent gestures. .. • Recalling how hard Dempsey jhit him. Carpenticr flashed a .toothy smile, turned his head side- iways and held his hands to his jaw. He only said "Ooh!" but ob- Yerger Tigers Prepare for Thirly-three players have rc- j ported to tho Yerger High School 1 football camp in preparation tor ! one of the toughest schedules that I Yerger has had in .several years. j After completing last years sea'- j son with .... . . . . i and one lettormen and three starters ••'..Jrobi •! the squad. The squad svill be'much lighter and ' is expected to'use a! passing game to a large extent. : Yerger will open the season with Idabel. Okla. there on September" 24. Plans are being' made to run special buses to Idabel for fans By CARL BELL Friyelicville. Sept. 10 --(/!') -— It's a record of eleveii-.'wins ; generally agreed that the T fortna- loss the team Jias^ta'.ut S'.jLicn stijl is far ahead of the de ' ' ' ' ! fensc : in football. There, may not even be a good Hofen.se against Ibis fast-striking form of offense. But the Arkansas Kazorbacks may come as close. to developing one this year as anyone. Since the. first day ot practice ed about the middle of next week ' a s according to N. H. Brooks, Athletic S" Director. . hit the i viounly he .mill was feeling the wallop 27 years later. . . , ."You hit him a rcretly good clip: Did you think then you could have won?" soir.eone afked. . . ."No. It was' ton n.--ar the end of the round. I! saw him stagger; his eyes ' diiViir.c-l but he didn't go down'. I was just discouraged." | By HAROLD V. RATIFF | College Station, Tex., Sept. 10 I— (rVi— It would be a' hardy soul to jpiedict that the Texas Aggies will jthc s'r.me sort of upswing"" in Tlie i win ' 1:a!1 their football games this of'gate receipts that was started bv' season - But there's a silver lining third .Pop's first garden appearance. . ". l^ist over thc horizon. Back in 1942 fight shows were! rh ^re s spirit .in the squad of drawing from S13.000 to S45 000 i n ' massivc men little Harry Sliteler Take Off The 20th Century Sporting Club is a light 15">-pound : : 'S hoping that tonight's Willie Pcp- speecister who will be groomed as j Paddy DcMarco fight will begin a '--lokc-n-field runner. Team Capt. James Ethridge of'gate receipts that was started by ' " iu,ojei 1.01 lans '.--i.^-. ...„ The Yerger High School football 'Coach . .John Banihill's defensive schedule complete will lie announc- i Players 'have -worked constantly ainst T plays. This is onlv nat- ljcc;lllse mosl of the Porkers'. opponents run from' the T. Arkansas again will use variations of the defensive line shifts which Barnhill designed two years !agr>. It will 'be recalled that' the (shifts hamstrung a highly favored j Flice eleven 'and enabled the j ria:'.orba::ks to win a Southwest 'Conference en-clianipionshin in 1940, . A shifting line is sure to handi- jcap the offense by messing up the ilaller's blocking a.ssignivients. /*> '* i- When the (extra point m:'n called j will be K. i sophomore. "a/:orbaer-s ne":'. an or a field goal, tlu> •"'P. to do the kicking K. Richards, rugged end from Bcnton. llich- R'chards : M't, Who |r For Sole THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- na pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. l-(it LARGE WATERMELONS 75 TO 110 pounds, Corner Hope Furniture Company. E. H. Hubbard, Patmos, Route 1. 7-Gt SEVEN-FOOT CROSLEY SHEL- vador-in good condition. Phone 58G-J. 7-31 APARTMENT SIZE GAS RANGE, practically new. Phone 1228-J. 8-3t GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, 100 feet hose, wheelbarrow, lawn- rnower, Hoover vacuum cleaner, six tube radio, California redwood picnic table and benches. . Phone 1107-R. 9-3t SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Levvis- ville road. 8-Gt BOYS 2(i INCH BICYCLE. GOOD as new. Telephone 950-W. 8-3t SADDLE, BRIDLE 404 North Hervey AND PONY, street. 8-3t KIEFFER PEARS, IDEAL FOR preserving and canning. No. 1 grade $2,00 per bushel. Supply limited. Experiment Sifition. Phone l-F-2. 8-3t ONE 15- CATERPILLAR IDEAL for breaking, discing — any heavy work on farm. See P. D. Oiler, three miles out on Columbus road. 8-:n WARDROBE TRUNK, 2 STEAM- or trunks all like new. Baby buggy, Batlianettc and Bassinet. 242. 9-31 miltee to carry out the policies and maintain the ideals of the late j Roosevelt. No court could 'possibly hold that Mrs. Roosevelt's obvious evasion was an honest response to the question. If the question had been allowed in court, this witness would have had to give a fair answer or suffer the penalty for contempt. It would be an affront to Mrs. Roosevelt's intelligence to argue that she doesn't know her answer to be an evasion. The question is "How do you reconcile the inconsistencies?" I still charge that Roosevelt did sign for a financial price this Jim Crow clause for the segregation of Negroes. If he had a moral and, in the fine sense of the word, a political objection to exclusion and segregation, he would not sacrificed his principle for the price of this piece of land, or or any price. My charge is plain and unconditional. Why is not the answer equally forthright? Several times during her long ride on the gravy train Mrs. Roosevelt casually revealed in her compositions the fact that she was free to command the services of government employees to get information for her. She certain knows that to get the facts here she had only to write a letter to the clerk of Meriweathcr County, Ga., where Warm Springs is, and ask for a transcript of tho deed containing the Jim Crow clause. The statement that Roosevelt "would have been obliged to conform to the laws of the stale" is :-o typical of the concept of honesty that permeated the New Deal that i here put it to analysis for the education of young citizen:; who have been invited Roosevelt as a great or, and for the .conversion of stub-|Foatherwei Little Food Palace, Phone the Dod- plaee as |ond on Bruce Edwards' ;ger. Despite their victory, gers remained in third the runner-up Pittsburgh" Pirates behind the five-hit pitching of Elmer Riddle, defeated the Cincin- jnati Reds, «-]. I The Braves were rained out of ! their game with the Phils in Philadelphia. Stan Musial broke out of his brief batting slump, collecting four hits in four time:; at bat to" lead the Si. Louis Cardinals to a 4-0 s. Mulerider's veragc 191) p [good bMch of ?00-oounders in re- I serve. This kind of weight would jbe n boon to any defense-minded .,.1 tutor. But Smith says he is cr ^jing on a power-laden offensive this , ""iyear. and his forwards will be inlc- one-uaL- gl - a ted into that type of game. Anvmg the regulars up front will jbe Weldon Hasberry, . hard-bloek- |ing junior guard from Haynesvillc. La.; Ben Burton of Magnolia, Jabo Womack of Smackover, both tackles- James Little of Mena and James Ball of North Little Rock, guards: and Center Harold Brinson of i^eQi" 1 "!) Mike McLean of Magnolia and Hoy I Watson of Nashville. Term., showed up well as glue-fingered lends in spring practice. They will (be used for a well-balanced of- . the Garden. Then they tossed thci wl11 sclld iorlh to battle this au- uo-and-ceming Peo "in a°ainst I lumn - Experience is limited, the Chalky Wright. The title boiil | scorln ° weapons are dullish but crcssed over $71,000 and the war-i an - v U; am that .would like a vigor-. imp- fieht "boom" was on. i olls ailernoon might look forward !\°'' n '' Vl ' iJI to an engagement with the rougli| c Ufs ' and tough' Aggies. Most everyone has relegated Texas A. and M. to Jasi place. That's a break for the coaches. If the cadets can finish next to last in the Southwest Conference race the mentors raises in was on | ill didn't fall enough to worry the | ! nromotcrs until the past summer season. ards and Tackle Duval Thornlon. Hot Springs, both have been splitting the uprights from all angles in practice. J"n Reich- .' fullback last kicking olf fl! One-minute Sports Page •George "Muggsy" Halas, Jr.. only son of the Papa Bear, moves , into the Chicago office of the 1 ' 1 should get Bears Oct. 1. . . .Note to baseball i salary. j fans: Better wire for Boston hotel I huteler says the Aggies could I ,,-.,,,, , I'eservalions and practice up on 'neat any team they played and he! ""< I talking with broad A's and chomn- wouldn't be surprised. He thinks i •n,; 0 i'"K codfish. Looks as if you were jihey'll be considerably better than: due to spend a whole 'week in I last year. He-wonders if his re-i Bcantown. . . .The Phillies' Richie iscive strength will be good enough.; Ashburn tells Nebraska friends'The Aggies are going 10 run a lot that he intends to play ' " •-• - - I The nev Teams for : means the fore still serve. s.ys'em of sc>p-vrafe offense and defense Rr: /.civ-neks' starting' not be dotcM-minod until the coin decld.es wheth- receive. - It will l.l;an ever be- to start . . )n ->j n and i rC- p. tripled, stole home, drove in two' runs and scored the other two. The Boston Red Sox increased „..„ their, first place margin in the have I American League to three and a half games over the Yankees, defeating the New Yorkers for the second straight time, 9-4. The third place Cleveland In- ch'ans inched within a game of the Yankees by nosing out the Detroit Tigers. 3-2. in 13 innings in a night game in Cleveland. Eddie Robinson singled home Ken Keltner with Ihe deciding run. St. Louis' Browns o tk oobht ' St. Louis' Browns took both ends of a double Keader from Chicago 5-2 and 4-2, in the only other- action in the American League. ors Newcomer Incidentally, M e n t o r Smith it will be a five-way battle for the championship this year between Arkansas Tech, State Teachers, Ouachita, Henderson and his own team. But he won't predict the) order. j The schedule: Sept. If!—McNeesc Junior ICPO at Mniinolia. nisht. Sept. 2t5—'-Ouachila at Arkadel- ph i a. Oct. 2—Hendrix (homccomingl at Magnolia, night. Oct. S—Arkansas Tech at Russellville. Oct.' Hi open. Oct. 23—Henderson at Magnolia, night. Oct. Nov. ers at to play basketball for Norfolk, Neb., Junior College this winter A couple of six-day bike racers, ILISS and Rousso, arrive today the liner De Grassc. . . .Keith :m ordained minister, is ping Lou Little coach' the Co- footballers while on a year's leave from his Pasadena Calif., church to take graduate courses in theology. They say his !presence seriously interferes with Lou's comments when a guard misses a block. Financial Dept. ( The 810 windows at Hialeah did uthe biggest betting business last winter while tho S5 and S50 dows showed the biggest [creases Larry Salcgy, j year-old left-handed barber Ottawa. 111., wants to bet a bob that he can play 140 or holes of golf in one day and age 90 or better. . . .College wm- de- a 53- frorn few more aver- base- D. L. Miller a sa-s State 'IVacl; basketball kings this ti'me. They "didn't run'Y'lick '• ri '" lt '' ! ' !n " th , r ' ,','" last year. , However, he ,1 Eighteen lettermcn are on deck. i s ',. °.',', „!' y T Fourteen of those are from lasl cllRlbk '.', J n , en J, 1 , , year. The other four range from <;o l^ : v ": h . "'I' l>n;'.orbaeks. Probably the i-easr-i-! for in star with Arkrm- ei'S college's AIC last season. is v-'rsUy this fall, have to attend iie f or? be will be .•'11 have two sea- 30—open. (i —Arkansas State ?onway. ft)!!;;; are interested in holding " Western regional tournament hearing so mi-pro range 1944 to 194(i. There are some excellent prospects from last season's freshman squad, such as little Charley Royalty, who can run tike nobody's business and is shifty along with it, and Andy Hillhouse, a big junior college transfer who can catch passes. Suteler tninks if the ends come through he'll have as good a line as you'll find in the conference. Right now Wray Whittaker and Charley Wright are the starting wingman. Both are lettermcn. But Hillhouse may' beat out Wright and Dorbandt Barton, up from the freshmen, is .a strong contender. Stitele-r lost Merl Prokop, who would helped solve the end situation. Prokop entered the army.. A. and M. isn't very deep in good I tackles but what there are of them i Miller's fact that his former Va-n Buren high school coach, l.'ivssloy Akw.-iv. is iht; new uni- versiiy freshman baskiaball m'en- tor. Another of Askcw's for.'ncr jBuren stars, Mat- Depriest, |is on the campus and will I with .(he freshman . team next Her. ',& Van also j play win-.,. at Wichita. Kas., after that Ray Dumonfs two tournaments there paid 570.81. 1935 CHEVROLET CAN at 004 Pond Street. 9-31 NEW AND MODERN 4 ROOM house with bath, Venetian blinds. Hi miles on S.P.G. road. Henry Gray. 9-;it NEW COOK STOVE, NATURAL gas or butane, butane heater and 500 gallon butane tank. (Can have tank by taking up payments I. See or write J. T. Waters, Rosston, Route 1!, Highway 4. ' . 10-31 Services Qfrered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANEDr~GET yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Plume G!ii), J. M Atkins. 26-lmo born idolaters' of older age. We find Eleanor The Great abruptly helping herself to an assumption thai'.some law of the state of Georgia compelled her husband to insert this clause. There bus been no mention of any such law. There is no evidence that ;my law forbade Roosevelt to sell to a Negro. The recent supreme court decision on exclusion New York, Sept. 10 —(/P)— Paddy De Marco of Brooklyn, a risin" star in the .his mosl lo worship jhi K most important start toni.cht at moral load-j Madison Square Garden against "'" ' ' 'hi Champion Willie Now. is—College at Magnolia, night. Nov.' 19—Arkansas B.-.'esvillo. N"v. :>?, —Monticello | at Montieello. Tcach- of the Ox.arks College at A. and M. Leader! By The Associated Press .367; •-• \ti iJ i tjuiv i ( y 11 , U I I £) U I ^ e lighlweight class, makes j important start tonight I'i'p ol Hartford, Conn., in a nun- li'ile 10-rounder. Winner of : J ,2 fights in 3-1 starts in a professional career dating back to 194;"), De Marco comes up to the Pep scrap with a string of 21 straight victories. The most "impressive links in that success chain were two decisions over Terry .. Young, rugged New York Veteran'. I De Marco, who finished training i,134 1-2 pounds, will have a i''~ C, Batting — Williams, Boston Buudureau, Cleveland .365 I .Runs Batted- In — Di Maggio, New York 129; Stephens, Boston Runs—Henrich, New York 112- Di Maggio. Boston 107 lists — Bou.dreau, Cleveland 175; Mitchell, Cleveland 170 Doubles — Henricli, New 37: Pi-iddy, Si. Louis ;-!4 Triples -- Henrich, New York IIJ: Washington 13 spell quality with a big conference and better Jim than W inkier, ever and Q. All- bigger Jimmy Flowers, ineligible last year, give off $51,- Aggieland as fine a pair of forwards as you'll find anywhere. Letterman Manor? Settegast is another excellent tackle. They're knee-deep in guards. Odell Stautzenbergcr appears \ ready for another great season, i Herb Turley, Max Gre'mcr and Calvin Dupree are other IcUe.Tnen at guard and Mickey Spencer, up from the freshmen, and A. J. uugas, otter excc.lle.iK ' replaee- jmcnts. j Herbert Ellis, 1947 letlerman, ro- j turns at center. Bob Bates of the |lasl season freshmen, is second in ,, , iJine. . York i The first f up this waj Glen Rose, who formcrlv produced basketball champions for the university- and now is coaching at Stephen F. Austin College in Texas, lias been visiting in Fay- ettovil'e. He isn't his old pessimistic ':elf, probably because hb ' knows no one exner-ts his teams to compete successfully with the bigger schools and he isn't on the spot. Nevorlhelcss he is confident- lie will have, a good team in his first season. Our first glance of 1943 into the chryslal. brill gives these selections in the top games of the light high school schedules tonight: Little Rock to extend its undo'-! feated string into a fourth season by whipping Rnssellvillc; -Fort Smith over Van Rureil; El Dorado .over Rlviheville- Texarkana over i Nashville; Ca.'Ticlen over MoGehee; :Hore to !.>!•;•;' DrQuc-on; Magnolia ••T-vilv over Norphletl. !at outlawed claims for damages foi ., ^ ,„„„,,,, wlll ,, avi , the violation oi the Jim Crow weight puli on the 12G-pound champ' clause, bul even there the ques--who has lost onlv once, to Sammy one of Negro ex-|Augoti in 133 outings. The Hartford stylist is a solid 5 to i:> choice to rack up another scalp. By The Afsooi/j'.c cf Press S'rjlen Tiie M.-rnolvs Chicks hit a Birm- ILunis 24; ingliam bump last night anrt it rnav haver jolted them right out of th" South'-rn Association pennant. Birm ; uuharn defeated the Chicks ! ^.^ii,, tll( . i ca ,_, uc i,-. a d;n;.; Nash- winning from "New SANDING AND IMNISHJNG Hours. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call i Vernon Osburn, phone 9(i(j-W. | lion was not one ol Negro exclusion by state law. The question was whether the seller could punish the buyer for selling to Ne- groe.s in violation of ihe clause. The slate itself did not take a position one way or Ihe other. Now. having raised the speculation about a law, we find Mrs. Roosevelt rushing on to an absolutely false assumption thai the asker ot the question nut only has conceded Ihe existence of the law but has made direct reference to it. "If the state of Georgia ha isuch laws as you mention---' s Losf Night By The Associated Press Scranton, Pa. — Pat Comiskey, 212, 1',-iterson, N. J., knocked out Chuck Jennings, 252 Elmira N Y Ci). Philadelphia —Chicken Thomp- sun. Philadelphia, es, New York, Vols Oi-le; ns 1 !-:> and takmt 'i half game league I dw'ncllhu; days of the Only three day season. The Little Rock Travel hour visit in .sixth plac last night, as Atlanta heal both i nds of a double-In and 10-2. Mobile and Challanooga raiued on!. Charlie Workman, the Vols' slugging outi'iekler, drove in his l(i!!lh run, a new league RBI mark. And remain in the ers' 2-1- cndi-d them in •ader 4-3 were Slcwart, Mome Runs — Di Maggio. New York 33; Stephens, Boston 27 Bases — Dillinger. St. Coan, Washington 19 Strikeouts — Lemon, Cleveland i and Feller, Cleveland 12U. i Pitching —Kramer, Boston 16-4 i.HliO; rtaschi, New York 18-0 .750 I National League i liatting -- Musial, St. Louis .371; [Ashburq, Philadelphia .333 i Huns Batted in — Musial, St. lLouis 113; Mize, New York 109 | Hutu; -- Musial, St. Louis 117: i jLiiclcman. New York 10(i ' I ! Hits — Musial, St. Louis 19S- I j Slaughter, St. Louis 1G5 ! Doubles — Musial, St. Louis 39; IKnnis. Philadelphia 37 ! Triples — Musial, St. Louis 1C- iTfopp, Pittsburgh 12 I Home fiiins — Kiner, Pittsburgh . , , ,- , , , nti, backtitkl shapes Ji "" y C ' slion at halfbacks and cither Bob jGcodo or Bobby Goff at Fullback. iGoode and Goi'f may be in the j same- backfiekl at times, however. j.Stitelcr is working them at other j positions, too. All are leltermen ex- i cept Boswell. ,,; O ,. • College P r -'cau Okla During tho middle, ages only sovereigns and princes were permitted to wear red. Proseolt's Curlev play ho:-.t to tho B S ma e ko ver t on i ghl o'clock in th." 1 game of the se veils. The game Cummins Field. The cardinai's red hat as ment dates from !2-!5 Wolves will ickaroos from i Friday) at i! opening football :ii:nn for both ele- will be played on New York and Musial, sue The Bunker .Hill and Sullivan Mine in Idaho, one of the great /.inc and silver producer:-, was discovered in Uitilj, when a prospector's burro .stumbled. 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 Who mentioned what laws'. 1 Head the question again. There is no mention of any whatever. If you find no mention of laws, do you think Mrs. Keu did? Or would you lean to suspicion that she was tryin confuse the issue and reiyin.!; hope thai you would genei regard her as a who jnsl happen 1 , iiii-xaci in her us language? If you '.n-nelit uf this must discount th laws sincere il lo be - of Undo give nas D any I evelt! the j /, t!): on a I lel'ously i person a" liuloi English ; her the; fuel thai "she : a paid journalisl loi six- rs, pr.ile.s.-iini: lo deal in pay from jiiurna- ucli :is tti require .Mild preclude in- Otherwisi-, she ed of eashniL'. in ' returns without ' I y I o ins!:!-, 1 much which sold." This .•.'liich aboul Un- tile land the cloud of smoke in tries to retire from an impossible position. it is immaterial ho\v soon or late after he bought it that the late Hoosevelt suld the Wanu .Si;i JM:.;S resort. Nobody has iutro- my lime element. But ihe that he sold il to ihe conflicts with the pivs- Ihe name of a person in discussion. And, •s no difference heard much, or "the conditions land was sold," It selected ibis air one deserving r. Having accepted a tile journalist must make . ettorl t.i gel and give vs. Johnny jhe's jusl called off, i record of | RBI and homer r i by Jim 1'oole of Games Tonight: Atlanta at Little Birmin Mobile of tile all-t ; me rs. 13'jlh the "urds \vere set the UK-it) Vols. conditions under was ac(iuireit or New Orleans at Nashvil BasebaU By The Associated Press National League Brooklyn a' New York. Boston :it Philadelphia C.'ncinn.-iti at St. 1...: e:-: sclledul L c a o u e at D.i.slo.'i. Cleveland. 11 Chicago W. ill L. 57 (Only nan An it: rican Neu- Y.,rk J.>el.'-<,ii. at St. Louis a Phil:uk-l|-hi wilight-night ed I. 1.111 YeMerdas'.s results. National League Pillsbur;;li (i Cineiiimdi Ml H. •Hie 1; in,! "I refuse can be ei -; regard example ti Hope Transfer Company Moving ond Storage Office Phone 314 Residenct Phone . . . 231-J REMOVED Within 40 PREE L>KI Jl' Miles HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES •kana Rendering Plant 3-70^3 i phone collect) u Answer Dial 3-5770 At the •reek ill •iiliout lai she a.-.- her In he H.- same driver tells of two aci-i- ' : enii in which t-he was the driver, ):e .-vi dangerous that she suf- •!-. d anxiety and lack of cuiiii- ee fur io.'ne Un:o. jf her automobile 1 i- i;e l ,'. - sij:i|;er reports said, L-hai'i.-nge or correction, n.;r:nally stated that this - iirst accident as a driver, book. "This Is My Story," ,31!; Mr/. iSi. Louis Stolen Bases — Ashburn, Phila- Idclphia 32; liojeck, Pittsburgl} 19 Strikeouts — Brecheen, St.' Louis l.'IO; Blacliweil, Cincinnati 114 : Pitching -— Sev.-ell, Pittsburgh 10'['•'. .7(ii): C'hesnes, Pittsburgh 12-'} .750 i j BoseboSI Standings J Southern Association i Club Nashville I Memphis Jin mim;hani 1 Aiubile .\i-w Orleans . . Little flock Atlanta ........ Chai lunooga ..... . American League Club : Boston '; AY'.v York 1 Cli. veland • Philadelphia JX-troil .......... St. Louis ....... \Vashinglon ....... Chicago : National League CU.b slua . . 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