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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Tuesday, September 14, 1948 CLASSIFIED Ads Mast Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six _ One Words Up to 15 18 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 28 to 30 . SI to 35 . 86 to 40 . 41 to 45 . 10 to 50 . Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Rent Lost BLACK MAKE MULE, SCAB ON right hind Iff,'. Robert Williams, Hope, Route? 1." 13-3t For Sale SEVEN FOOT COOLERATOR, used two months. Can be seen at M. G. Crane Store, seven miles south of Hope on Lcwis- villc road. 8-Ot FtrRNISHED APARTMENT UP- stairs. No children or pets. 404 North Main. 11-3t 2 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, close in. Mrs. Mart Yocom. 322 South Walnut, Phone ,405-W. ll-3t MODERN FURNISHED 5 ROOM apartment. Close in. Phone 637 or 029. 14-31 Mole Instruction INSTRUCTION; MALE. EXCEL- lerit earning Opportunities in Auto Body ft. Fender work, including welding, spray painting and metal work. Easy to learn . "now in, your spare time. Chance lor a good job or a shop of your own/We'll show you how. Here's one of the most profitable bran- 'chcs of the big Auto business. Get the facts. Veterans and Civilians. Write today. Auto-Crafts Training, Box 98, Hope Star. 13-3t 1942 MODEL HARLEY-DAVIDSON Motor Cycle in excellent condition. Can be seen at Sport Center. Winston Monts. 13-Gt LIVING. BEDROOM AND DIN- ette suites. Gas range, and olhci items. Can be seen at 516 N Washington. 13-3t USED G-FOOT FRIGIDAIRE, A-l condition. Reasonable price. Terms. McPherson Appliance Co 222 'E. Third Street. 13-3t Fair By Wcctbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Sept. 12—the name jf charity has been used often by Ben Pross, a low racketeer and swindler, as a coyer for his predatory union activities and his sordid character. His principal accomplice outside his unions is Max Simon, of Passaic, N. J., and the region thereabouts. Simon carries his end of the activities in the guise of a publisher. He has a number of weeklies including the Paterson Sunday Eagle, the Passaic Sunday Eagle, the Beverage Retailer weekly and the Tavern Guide, .all printed at 1 William street, Passaic, and all having the TCU Coming Up With Good Football Team (This is another in a series discussing Southwest Conference football prospects.) By HAROLD V. RATL1FF By Hugh ». Fuller-ton. Jr. New York, Sept. 14 — (IF) — A certain Southeastern Conference coach, who is on the reccivin;; end this year because he doesn't "Go git 'em ' like be used to, suggests: "It's about the time the NCAA cre- jr'ted a purity code for football fans." . . .Yeah, but they're bav- i/pj !iu:{ a tough enough time trying to W it n 'keep players, coaches, athletic directors and a .few "old f.rads" in line. . . .A fan's code would re- more enforcement machiii- Fort Worth Tex., Sept. 14 Texas Christian is coming up football team that could win the Southwest Conference championship and occasion no surprise. It.. ,-,... , ,, experience passing, running 'cry than prohibition — and would .verylhing it, takes. "|b<- Just, about as popular... . .Pub- licitor Earl Hilligan points out that in 47 years American League pitchers have notched only 224 twenty-game seasons. Which doesn't make Bob Feller's season and putting—everything There are 27 lettermen. nine of whom are playing their third varsity season and three who are pl'aying their fourth. There also are If) squadmen and B lowm members from last season. That •makes 40 experienced hands. INSTRUCTION, MALE. MECHAN- ically minded men look into ,> Refrigeration and Air Conditioning as a profitable future career. Write Utilities Inst. Box 98, c/o Hope Star. 13-3t Wonted BROADCASTING SYSTEM SALESMAN. GOOD JOB FOR right man. Sec Mr. Page for interview. Hope Beverage Company, Phono 1178. , .< 13-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET yours cleaned before-bad weather begins. Phone 689, J. M. Atkins. 2G-lmo SANDING AND "TFUNISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 96G-W. 2-3w Notice BEGINNING OCTOBER 4TH, I will conduct night classes in shorthand for a limited number of 'Students. I£ interested please .get) 1 < in touch with me immediately^ Clarice Cannon. 10-3t Estate for Sale ; 277-cRE STOCK FARR TWO dwellings, tvyo barns, other buildings. Electricity, daily mail and bus. Seven miles < north Hope Highway 29. Bargain. for quick sale. J. M. Hinds, Arab, Ala. . . ' ' 13-3t FLOOR; Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM , Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280' , LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. Tuesday p.m., Sept. 14 5:00 Men's Record Session—M ) 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Adventure Parade 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason G:15 News, Five Star Edif'sn 6:25 Gulf Sports Parade G:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Mysterious Traveler—M 7:30 Official Detective—M 7:55 Billy Rose—M 8:00 Gabriel Heatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Lone Wolf—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Roger Kilgore—M 9:30 Billy Bishop's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Barclay Allen's Orch.—M 10:30 Blue Barren's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News tl:00 Sign Off Wednesday a.m., Sept. 15 5:58 Sign on 6:00 Hillybilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 8:55 • Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Poole's Show—M 8:55 According to the Record ft:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Say it With Music—M 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Heart's Desire—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 U. S. Marine Band—M Wednesday p.m., Sept. 15 12:00 News, Home Edition Market Time Song of the Day Polka Interlude Farm Fail- same telephone number, Passaic 3-400. The two Sunday papers cheap tabloids, often arc idenlica" in content, as when they tell o Simon's sentimental geno-:o:,ily to his faithful staff at Christmas imc. The group Christmas pictures of the two staffs are identical. Sometimes the Beverage Retailer and the Tavern Guide run dentical editorials. The Beverage Retailer also has a New York address. 1819 Broad-' way, a few steps from the headquarters of some of Press's unions at 1860. This address is the official lome of two of Press's most powerful and profitable unions. They arc local 1 of the Wine, Liquor and Distillery Workers and local 18 of the Wholesale Wine Salesmen, both of the American Federation of Labor. Pross is executive business manager of these two. Pross also is business manager of Distillers' Window Trimmers' local No. 640 and, as the grand slam, he recently let it be known in a casual way, through Simon's Beverage Retailer, that he had muscled in as "executive business manager" of the Food and Beverage Council. According to the Beverage Times, another weekly in the same line, which shares some of the peculiarities of the Beverage Retailer, this Food and Beverage Council is a new orginization. Its offices are close to Pross's and P'mon's. The president is George Coach Dutch Meyer has won titles with fewer. Texas Christian had some jolts after spring training this year. It lost both of its starling tackles— Weldon Edwards, who decided to graduate, then signed a pro tract, and Harold Kilman, became scholastically ineligible. Also graduating were the two regular guards—Alan Pike and Clifton Cafnot. The major loss however, was Al Vaiani. who became a polio victim at Galvcston, Vajani had shown he would be one of the best vingbacks in the circuit. Now the young backfielder may never play 'ootball again. But Texas Christian has the men to nlug the gaps, maybe not as look too bad — except by comparison with Bob Feller. One Error Jack Gallagher of the Austin, Texas, American-Statesman, relates how a baseball fan recently AIC Wonder By WILLIAM HUGHES Arkaclelphia. Septm 14 I(UP> The Ouachita College football club has a chance to be the AIC wonder team of the 1948 season. Although the Tigers finished in a tic for sixth place in 1947 standings, more than one coach picks the Arkadelphia eleven to top the neap this year. The Tiger coach—Wesley Bradshaw—doesn't take quite such a rosy view of things but admitted his charges may cop second or tnird place when the final tally sheet is written. He says Arkansas Southern Playoff to Get Started Tonight By The Associated Press The four top teams of the Southern Association meet tonight in the first round of the Shaughnessy playoff, which will decide who will play the Texas League champions in the Dixie Series. Nashville's Vols, who clinched , r , „ , , , , , .,-\,,. the Southern Association pennant 4 "°P,9 « Bobcats are busy tiyihg Saturday, will be host to the to Polish, up on ball-handling and fourth-place Mobile Bears. Second- was summoned to the press box phone at Austin to receive an "im- con-jportant message." . . . .The fan who i trudged in. listened with a solemn look, then turned to leave As ie passed the reporter in the box. the man pulled a scorebook from liis pocket and asked apolorjetical-1 ly: "How did that last batter go I out? I was delayed for a minute A death in the family — my mother-in-law." Shorts and Shells The Chicago Bears think they may have another Ken Kavanaugh in Texan Max Baumgardnor, a tricky pass receiver. . .Around the Tech, State Teachers and College Nine they're saying North- good as if those fellows all had come back but good enough that _. he Horned Frog line will be one I western has the best first-string jf the best. Meyer's returning jbackficld in the league — Tom tackles. C. C. (Red) Marablc and | Worthington, Art Murakowski. Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage , Office Phone 314 Residence Phono . . . 231-J FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer DiM 3-5770 112:10 12:15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 J:45 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 0:25 6:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 !): HO 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope I (nights) FOR -* House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. N«Xt Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 Checkerboard Jamboree—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Movie Malinee—M Woody & Virginia—M Carnival of Music Robert Hurleigh—M The Johnson Family—M Meet Ihe Band Two-Ton Baker—M Swina Time Here's to Veterans Mcrt's Record Session—ivl Superman—M Adventure Parade—M Tom Mix—M The Inside Story News, Five Slur Final Today in Sports News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. Special Agent—M High Adventure—M Biuy hose—M. Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual N(w;reel—M 'Hollywood Story'—M Bill Henry, News—M Opinion Aire—M Elliot Lawrence's Orch.—M All the News—M Billy Bishop's Orch.—M Henry Jerome's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign Off Top Radio Programs Central Standard Time Now York, Sept, 14 —i/l'i— Back on the air tonight: NBC—8 Bob Hope ending vacation with a new time; NB C— Big Town, formerly CBS, moving to now lime and network. Tuning tonight: NBC—7 Mei Tronic; 7:30 Car- rneii Cavallei'o music; 11:30 Call The Police; !):3U People Are Funny- CBS—7 Mystery Theater; 8 We Die People; 8:30 Hit The Jack- jot; 9:30 Jack Fina orchestra. ABC — 7:30 America's Town Mooting "What Hope For Man?" i:4f> Chamber Music Concert. MBS--7 Mysterious Traveler; 7:30 Detective Yarn; 8:30 The Lone oil; 9 Public Defender. Wednesday broadcasts: NUC—12 noon Roundtable On arc Of Ijildren's Teeth. CBS—8:15 a. in. Barnyard Follies. ABC—'J a. in. .My Story drama. MBS—10 a. m. Parsing Parade. J. Oneto, who is president of Press's Wine. Liquor and Distillery Workers local 1. In a few weeks, he planted himself in the key job of executive manager, sometimes called executive director, the importance of which in unions was demonstrated by the Communists several years ago. Pross is not an elective official. Ho is a muscle-man. Being a redoubtable and habitual crook of great versatility he goes for the boss-job and gets it. This New York Food and Beverage Council claims to embrace 22 local unions in manv fields, from trucking to poultry-butchering. It includes pastry cooks and window decorators. Oneto claims that it embraces 75,000 members or subjects, and Pross unquestionably is the dictator. The Ben Pross annual testimonial dinner is now an annua gala in a certain circle. The firs' one was held in January, 1947 and the second of the series in January, 1948. They were attend ed by many of the flower of the criminal underworld and many employers of Press's subjects ii the liquor industry and a few minor politicians. Emphasis was laid on the nobil ity of Press's character with par ticular reference to his exagger ated sense of charity. Mr. Simor joyously whooped this up. There is a moral and siritua community here. Simon also is ; criminal with a varied police record and a sordid reputation in his particular patch of New Jersey, close to New York. He has always been a shady operator but he was nailed for a conviction and a term in Trenton stale prison for hiring two professional firebugs to burn out his printing plant in Elizabeth, N. J., on Oct. 17, 1931. He also was indicted on a charge of first-degree murder in Putnam county, N. Y., in the killing of one of the arsonists who had threatened to shoot him for failing to pay him for starting the fire. The murder case was neglected, bow- ever, and after the man who did the actual killing had taken a plea of manslaughter and a term of from seven to ten years, the indictment against Simon was dismissed. In New Jersey he had always had influence, one reason being that many citizens went in fear ot vicious publicity. He was released after nine months of a maximum term of three years and was restored to citizenship through a lull pardon. Thus he was made eligible again to practice law, although there was no mitigation of his guilt. There were Ben Pross on ^on Narrell. are in • some ways DeHer than Edwards and Kilman. Hornbd Frog passing will be ahead of last season and the run- ling will be as good. Meyer had worried some over the punting situation with the departure of Carl Knox. But Leon Joslin, a two-year letterman, has stepped into the breach in big league fashion. He is kicking the ball a good mile and doing it wit!; speed. "We'll have a good football team," says the always optimistic VIej'cr, but he admits he'll have omc problems. Leading contender for the wing- jack spot is Jack Archer, who was >n the freshman team at Ohio Hate in 194fi and has transferred o T. C. U. He has speed and is a 'inc pass-receiver. Texas Christian still has its great little tailback, Lindy Berry, md its All-Conference fullback, )ig Pete Stout who hammered conference lines like a battering ram last fall. Berry and Charley Jackson, a two year letterman. give the Horned Frogs a couple of fine passers. Stout, a 205-pounder will be oacked up by letterman Otis McKelvey. The blocking backs are David Frank Ashcenbrenner and Don Burson Anyway it has the most sylables. Cleaning the Cuff Dampest crying towel ' of the football season apparently belongs to Minnesota's Bernie Bierman. . . injury dept: Bus Entsminger. Missouri quarterback, sprained a Ihumb trying to remove sock from his own foot. Jones, Oklahoma line coach, tinned an arm when he fell off a :iair in the dressing room. "I nev- r was an armchair coach," Gom- cx plained. Boxom and Orein Browning, a couple of lettermen, and Meyei also like 1 : Frank Slrtiska, who was on the B team last season. Texas Christian has plenty o. good wingmen. Six veterans re turn at those positions, offering pass-receiving and defense tha will compare with any college in the country. They are George Boal, Morris Bailey, Wayne Rogers, Rex .Alford and the Moor man twins—Bob and Bill. Back of Marable and Narrell' a tackle are letterman Hubert Eof and Roger McAuley, squadmen George Brown, one of the starling guards, can play tackle in to] fashion if necessary. Brown and Morcllc Hicks, two year letlerman, are the guari starters with lettermen Shank! Bloxom and Dick Lowe as back stoppers. The Frogs are flush at cento with the veteran Doub Brightwcll. playing his fourth season, the No. 1 mnn. Doyle Malonc, a letterman who is noted for his defensive ability, and Max Eubank, another leltcr-\\ oarer, are next in line. Jim Hickey. B team member last year and Johnny Dunn, who also played on the B with Hickey, are back of Archer at wingback. Meyer picks Southern Methodist to win the lille with Texas second and Rice third. He doesn't say where he thinks his Horned Frogs will finish. Porkers Working Overtime on Offense Given I/P) —The working Fayetteville, Sept. 14 Arkansas Raxorbacks overtime to sharpen their offense inr Saturday's football season op- oner against Abilene Christian at Little .Rock. , Coach John Barnhill worked his beautiful praises of j tailbacks, the key men in the sin- Ihe. occasion of the|gle wing attack, long after other yes- xpected to continue stressing running and passing in huvy drills today and to- nroximately $5,00(1 in value to Mi- declined acceptance.' r said, and again di- the cancer fund ant: causes receive por- lirst annual grand testimonial din-jplayers went to the shower ner in his honor in 1947. The host terday. And ho is expected was his own union of Wholesale Wine Salesmen, No. 18, whose office is bis own office. The literature and oratory had it that be was saluted for his "sincere and | Pross, h tireless efforts in bringing about I the Reiail improved conditions 1 ' and so forth. It was solemnly reported that Pross told the assembled nobility of the booze rackets thai he was "deeply touched by the honor paid him." Through Ibis friendly gathering these fine people were enabled to contribute their .share to the Damon Runyon memorial fund, which is dedicated to the fight on cancer. There also was to be a gift to the university settlement which was olose to the heart of this unregenti.rate rogue because he remembered the hardships of his youth on the Fast Side w be was born, the- dirty liar, in view : closing of his own sworn testimony that he was born in Russia and didn't hit Ellis Island until he was 12 years old. This year again the praise was fulsome, not tu say nauseous, and reeled that oilier noble lions. Dan Parker, Ibe sports editor the New York Mirror, as honorary i treasurer of the Runyon fund. jwas uoliP.d ol this publicity and jlVIr. Parker asked Mr. Pross how •much he had contributed and in whal names. Mr. Pross, taking se: riously the laudations of his fire 'bug friend, Sijiipn, answered in a tone of injured innocence that although he seriously objected to i "anyone questioning contributions I tu worthy cause in good con- where jscience." be nevertheless was en- a statement. The statement showed a gift of 1>100 as llii' grand testimonial banquet of 19-17 ami $100 more from the "proceeds" of the 194(1 debauch. From 548. the statement claimed that gifts ol unstated amounts bad been I Cleveland, Sept. 14. — (UP) Pitcher Don Black of Ihe Clevc- and Indians regained conscious- icss "at times" today and his physician said he would recover if 10 more hemorrhages occur. Dr. Edward Castle, Jr., said Black, who suffered a spinal injury while swinging at a bad pitch ,n yesterday's game against St. Louis, "will recover if he does not jleecl any more." Dr. Castle, team physician for Ihe Indians, said however that "although Ihere is very little change in Black's condition and he still is critical, he is showing a little recovery," Black, a Fair county pitcher who gave occasional promise of greatness, suffered a sub-arachnoid hemorrhage yesterday when he hit a foul ball against Pitcher Bill Kennedy. The Alcoholics anonymous pitcher who hurled a no- hitter for Cleveland last year was helped from the field and lapsed into unconsciousness on the way to the hospital. Dr. Castle, team physician, said Black has "an excellent chance for recovery" if he regains conscious- icss. Dr. Castle said the hemor- hago had bathed Black's brain in jlood and blood was running into he spinal fluid. He said Black vas resting "very well." No surgery can be performed TOW Dr. Castle explained and the stricken pitcher might continue in lis present stale for some time. Earlier, the Cleveland club physi- ian said that Black, even if be does recover, "is through with baseball for this year and possibly for ;<ood." A husky, auburn-haired Irishman, he was considered all j washed up when he failed with thf Philadelphia AthU-tics in !!)4!>. He ,von only five and lost 11 with the A's that season and Manager Conlie Mack admitted be bad lost latienee with the six-foot rigbt- lander. So Black drifted to Milwaukee of [ho American Association r ind was an even bigger flop in Triple A ball where he lost five games and won none. Cleveland, however, believed that Black, who always bad a good slider pilch, could help the Indians' mound staff. So Cleveland Owner Bill Veeck called Black to bis office and told the pitcher he'd give him another chance with one provision. Veeck wanted Black, a habitual drinker, to join Alcoholic:; Anonymous. Black agreed. He- was a teetotaler during the 1947 season and came back to win 111 games for the Indians. His biggest triumph occurred on the night ol July lOlb. 1947 when he pitched i no hit, no- run game against his former teammates, the Athletics, at Municipal Stadium before 47,000 fans. of the Ozarks arc the teams to be-I. Bradshaw is new at the helm this season, and was favorably im- pipsscd with tb" showing of Ihe 55- man squad in spring practice which he observed as coach-to-be. Tic is especially pleased with a heavy but fast backfield featuring Spear Titsworth of El Dorado, Sam Bailey of Magnolia Mid Buddy Hudson of Norphlet. Bradshaw plans on shifting Titsworth, a 1947 fullback, to the tailback position where the El Dorado man is Cx- vjcclod to carry-most of the mail. 1 Hudson, who shared Ihe fullback spot with Titsworth last year, will lake over that position permanently. And Bailey, a smart ball-handling man for the Tiger "T". will do most of the passing as a halfback. A Tiger's share of Ihe punt- ins? will be assigned to Hudson. Other capable backfield threats include J. C. McCullough, a 21(5- pound heavy from Hope: Paul Kirkpatrick. able line-backer from Bcnton and diminutive Dub Kelly from Fort Worth. Texas. Bradshaw says hc : plans a well- balanced offensive with plenty of mixed with what he terms "aerial gymnastics" to keep I the opposition on its toes. i The Ouachita coach has three talwarts in the center of his line who will help to bolster Tiger defense. They are tackle Roy White ••I' Benton. guard Jim T^bor of Smackovcr and J i m Herrin of Lake Providence, Louisiana who can fill in at almost any position in the forward wall. Like several other AIC coaches, Bradshaw is concerned about Ihe end slots. However, ho has a batch of good material which he says "needs only a .little polishing" lo develop several good candidales. Among these nre Otis Turner of Arkaclelphia. Earl Fleming and place Memphis will entertain third-place Birmingham. • The champions will send Pete Mallor>'. with a record of 15 victories and nine defeats fnv the regular season, to the mound in opposition to Ken Olson, who won 15 and lost 12 for the Brooklyn farmhands. Memphis will depend on Chuck Elsenman, who won 1C and lost 12. Manager Fred Walters said Harry Forish, with nine victories and four defeats, will pitch for Birmingham. Winners of the best-four-of-scven first round will meet in a like number of games and the winner will meet the Texas champs. Associated Press Sports Writer Historic Polo Grounds is gaining a reputation as the graveyard of pennant hopes. Burl Shotton brought his Brook- other dull spots this week and will go to Prcscott Friday night for-a game with Ihe Curlcy Wolves. The luckless Wolves are not cona* sidered likely lo cause Ihe Bobcats?* any serious trouble Ibis season and Coach Tollett probably will run his reserves most of the way. Hope looked surprisingly well in taking DeQueen 34-0 but has a long way to go to get that precision and timing so necessary before they meet a team of champion calibre. The Cats made no serious miscuea nor.did they make much yardage except on end sweeps. While Buddy Sutton and Tommy Britt made plenty of yardage "it^ A was Wesley Hudclleston who looked " w best through the center of the line. Hudclleston carried the ball but fow .'' times. Sutton personally gained ; 204 yards from scrimmage artd .' Brill" netted 58. The Hope boys lost •; 55 yards via penalties. The center of Hope's line Js : strong from tackle to tackle and the ends may round into shape but there wasn't too much indication ;; that position will not be the weak- ; est in the line. Both Wilson and ; Brunei- are capable at the spot. Elsewhere in Ihe backfield Ihe weak point was blocking. It was rare if cither quarterback was ahead of Ihe runner. In tact Sttt- ton and especially Brill would have the a wet j running plays ,-, _. .__ ir-rrn<5 "norinl Bernie I-Jargis of Warren. The schedule: Sept. 18—Louisiana College at Alexandria, Louisiana. Sept. 25—Magnolia A. and M. at Arkadelphia. Oct. 2—State Teachers at Cona v. Oct. 0—East Texas Baplist at Arkadelphia. Oct. 14—East Central State at Ada. Oklahoma. Oct. 23—Daniol Baker College at Brownwood, Texas. Oct. 30—Arkansas Tech. at Little Rock. Nov. G—Hendrix College at Arkadelphia. Nov. 25—Henderson Teachers at Arkadelphia. Don't Clean your Desk lyn Dodgers into the lair of New York Giants over the end for a four-game series let'l the cigar box with only one- victory. The high-f lying Pittsburgh ?irales showed up last night coasting a seven game winning streak and lippy Leo Durochcr's nce busters cooled them off, 5-2. Last night's triumph boosted the iants into a fourth place tie with the idle St. Louis Cardinals, five and one half games behind the National L e a s u o-leading Boston Braves. The Giants and Care's nre only .0005 of a percentage point behind the third place Dodgers, and who also trail the Braves by 5 1-2 games. Lefty Monte Kennedy stopped the Pirates surge, scattering nine hits for his third triumph. The Pirates opened in high gear scoring once in the first inning on a double by Johnny Hopp, an infield hit by Dixie Walker and Ralph Kiner's ground out. But the Giants bounced back in their half, pouncing of southpaw Vic Lofbardi, a former giant killer, for three runs. They scored their runs on an error by Stan Rojek Whitey Lockman's single, Sid ordon's double and Willard Marshall's two-run one-bagger. The Giants clipped Lombard! for another run in the second and completed their scoring in the sixth at the expense of Kriby Higbe. Kennedy gave up Pittsburgh's final run in the seventh. Brooklyn wrested third place from the Cards by dumping Ihe Cbicago Cubs, G-4 in a night game at Brooklyn. A four-run seventh inning rally enabled the Dodgers to overcome a- 3-2 doficil and win. Two singles, two sacrifices, -two errors, anc two fly balls accounted for Ihe runs. Lefty Johnny Schmitz an olc made more yardage if they weren't week-i faster than their interference. Oc- aiul' casionally there was some down- field blocking but not 'nearly enough if the going had been tough. . All in all the Bobcats looked good and probably will win more than they lose. ' ^ East Prairie, Mo. — (IP)— A local railroad agent, A. L. Webb, was cleaning out his office desk recently and he came across an unmailed letter. Upon investigation he found thai his wife had given him Ihe lot- ler lo mail 11 years ago. Rather than face the possible consequences he mailed it. Dodger nemesis, went the route for Chicago. Scbmitz, who now has won 17 games and lost 12, enterec the game boasting a G-l recorc over Brooklyn. Rex Barney who hurled a 2-0 no-hit triumph over the Giants last Thursday, went the distance for Brooklyn to gain his 14lh win. He has lost 10. By The Associated Press National League Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2). Chicago at Boston. St. Louis at Philadelphia (nigh ). (Only games scheduled). Ame'rican League New York at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago (night). Washington at Detroit (21. Philadelphia at St. Louis (night). Yesterday's results National League New York 5 Pittsburgh (2) night). Brooklyn G Chicago 4 (night.) (Only games scheduled). American League St. Louis 3 Cleveland 2 . (Only game scheduled). „ By The Associated Press t Washington, D. C. — Ezzarcl.t Charles, 17G Cincinnati, outpointed Jimmy Bivins 178 Cleveland (101. Chicago—Bobby Me Quillar. 137 Port Huron Michigan, outpointed Candy Me Daniels, 144, Cincinnati (.81. Rain Delays Final Play in Cotton Loop 13 Greenwood Miss., Sept. —Rained out last night, wood and Hot Springs are scheduled to tangle here tonight in the final playoff for the Cotlon States League championship. ] The Shaughnessy series went' to the seventh game when Greenwood's Dodgers trimmed Wot Springs 8 to 2 here Sunday afternoon to tie the playoff finals < at three games each. ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE again the name of the cancer fund j uivon to .six and the cause of MI!toriuy human- j those wore in ity woiv invoked lo ennoble a i each, like the donation to the can- racketeer, rer fund. iiio lotal of gifts for 1948, Andrew Kdmiston, of West Vir- after all this boasting, would have 'boon $700 out of a fund of "approximately $5000." Brother Pross within the last two years had invested about $50.- West Virginia, an ex-coiigresbnian, was said to have testified to Benny's "untold charities." This time- there were 500 present , ^t $15 a place and tin; i»u"rnalisi. |000, cash, in a summer estate at i Simon, reported in his Beverage jLake Mabopac, close Retailer that there was not a i:ee swamp where Brother ticko! in the house. firebug was dispatched with "WhLe the object was for the pickaxe and weighted down in purpose of presenting a yilt of ap- 'sink-hole. morrow. Practice will tapor off Thursday and the Porkers will o,, to Little Rock Friday. Gordon Lund, who completed 1-1 of lo passes in an intrasquad game Saturday, worked on bis aerial yanie again yesterday. Clyde Scott, the- No. 1 tailback who has been slowed down by a cracked lluatiny rib. did more running vestei'day and is expected to play against Abilene. His brother, [Tracy, a win.nback, was back in jtber charities. If | uniform lor ihe first time since the amount of $100 i pulling a leg muscle early last week. Tii roe players definitely will be unable to play Saturday. They ..''e: Alvin Duke". re.yuk.iV blocking back; Jim Phillips, reserve tailback and End Sam But;:. The latter is recovering from an appendectomy. Duke and Phillips wore bv the injured in scrimmage last week. Simon's More than one-third of the deaths from fire each year occur on farms. Hope's Newest and Most Modern Department Store Old McRae Hdwre. Building Hope, Ark.

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