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Page Pour HOPES? A ft * • ft $ *E * A R K A N S A 3 Adi Must Be In Office Nutaberof One Three Six One Words Day Days Days Month Up to 15 45 .90 1.50 4.50 161.020 60 1.20 200 600 21 to 25 . . .75 1.50 2.50 750 26 to 30 90 1.80 3.00 9.00 31 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 1050 86 to 40 .... 1.20 2.40 4.00 1200 41' to 45 .... 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 48 to 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 Day Before Publication For Rent 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, near Schoolcy's Store. Mrs. J. E. Schooley.- Phono 38-F-ll. 20-tf SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRac Implement Co. 21 -lm MY COUNTRYlToMETTuTNISlT ed. A good place for good folks. No phone calls. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. 2;)-Ot FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private bath, private entrances. Adults only. 1007 South Fulton. Phone 10B5-J. 29-3t 4 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. 112 West Gth street. Phone C38-W. 30-3t 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. Private entrance and bath. Frigidaire. 321 North Hamilton Street, Phone 835-J. 30-3t WELL FURNISHED BED ROOM with large closet. 321 North Hervey. Phone 683. 30-3t, Real Estate tor Sole BUY THIS 4 ROOM COTTAGE practically new garage, poultry house, storage ' house, fenced poultry yard and garden. Several extra lots. Closing Estate. Price 52850. Easy terms. See Mr. Tyler, 119 Cotton Row. Mil SIX-ROOM HOUSE, THRFjTBErT rooms, garage attached, hardwood floors, new and modern throughout, 1205 South Main. MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, hardwood floors, attic fan. floor furnace, corner lot. 321 East 13th street. NEW FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON Walker street near High School, drastically reduced lor quick sale. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, CORNER LOT price slashed to $3500, owner leaving town, 1501 South Elm street. PRICE REDUCTION ON THIS modern six-room house, corner lot, three bedrooms, attic fan and floor furnace, 321 East 15th. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, attic fan, near new grade school. 604 South Hamilton. FHA LOANS OR 100 PERCENT Gl loans available, 20 years to pay. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 :. . . l-3t Female Help Wanted FULL TIME CANVASSERS FOR new city directory. No previous experience necessary. Reply in own handwriting giving full "particulars to Box 08, care of Hope Star. l-3t By United Press New York (Sunnyside Gardens) -Pat Brady, 137 3-4. New York, slopped Hene Camacho, 133, Havana, Cuba, (8>. Fall River, Mass.-—Teddy (Red Top) Davis. 134, Brooklyn', N. Y knocked out Jackie Solomon 138' Barberlon, O.. CO). Worcesler Mass — Dave drews, 145, Lowell, Mass., pointed Roy Zadell, 143, Pitts- burgy. Pa.. (JOi. Washington. D. C. — Sonny Boy West, 135, Washington, stopper.! Maxie Shapiro, 134, New York (0) FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM ABphalt Tile * Rubber Tils ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Notice to Cotton Growers We will handle your government cotton loans on the green card class. Bring your Conpress tickets and class card and save $1.00 to $1.50 per bale. E. M. McWilliams & Co., i- • . ; Mope, Ark. ' Across' the street from Post Office Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Alien Electric Co. Next Door to Sacnger Theatre Phones 129 or 800 WE HAVE Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe Youmans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas For Sale SMALL TOWN THKATKK. FOR quick sale. Doing nice business. Write P. T. Bass Construction Company, Washington, Arkansas. 28-Gt 20 REBUILT SINGKR SKWING machine;;. 2 Whites, 2 Klgins and other makes. W. II. West. 2!!i North Hamilton Street. Phone laaii-W. Hope. Arkansas. '-01 Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W. H. West. 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. ].] rno Football By The Associated Press Southern California at Ohio Stale: 12:45 p. m. CST, NBC, ABC and MBS. Oregon at Michigan: 1:00 p. m (CST) CBS Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Montreal — Johnny Greco 150 Montreal, stopped ' Gus "Pell" Mel], 149 1-2, Montreal. 5. San Antonio,. Tex.—Eddie Bcrto- lino, 133, Galveston. outpointed Churcho Ruiz, 134, Mexico City Basebaf! By The Associated Press American League Detroit at Cleveland. St. Louis -at Chicago 12, twi- liKhl-nighU. (Only games scheduled). National League Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago al SI. Louis fnight). Boston at Brooklyn. (Only games scheduled). Yesterday's Results American League New York 9 Philadelphia 7. Boston 7 Washington 3. Detroit 7 St. Louis 2. (Only games scheduled). National League SI. Louis 6-4 Pittsburgh 1-1 fday- night doubleheader). Chicago 1 Cincinnati 0. Boston at Brooklyn postponed rain. (Only games scheduled). Baseball Standings ' American League Club w. L. Cleveland 95'5c' Boston g.| 5fj New York 94 sg Philadelphia .• )j4 G8 Detroit 71; 715 St. Louis 53 92 \Vashinglon 54 97 Chicago 49 IQQ National League W. L. 88 01 83 68 83 (58 Club Boston Brooklyn .... St. Louis Pittsburgh ... New York ... Philadelphia Cincinnati ... Chicago ... .. 82 09 77 74 U5 87 03 an 03 88 Pet. .G29 .018 .018 .553 .503 .387 .358 .329 Pet. .591 .550 .550 .539 .510 .428 .417 .417 Legal Notice WARNING ORDER No. 0870 In Ihe Chancery Court of Hempstead. Cotinfy, Ark. BERN1CK McFADDKN Plaintiff vs. ROSCOE McFADDEN Defendant The Defendant, Roseoe McFacl- den is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Bernice. McFadden. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 15 dav of September 1948, C. E. WEAVER, Clerk By Oinora Evans, D. C. John P. Vcsey. Att'y. for Plaintiff John L. Wilson, Jr. Att'v. ad litem (SEAL) Sent. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 8 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens « Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Favorites Are Listed by Bel! By CARL BELL Little Rock. Oct. 1 — Mv- After what happened to Texas and Ouachita last week, we discarded our cry;;tn] ball to rely solely on logic a:ir.l guesswork in picking college ;md high school football winners for tonight and tomorrow. And here's the way they look to tins forecaster, who has been 75 per cent accurate so far this season : Arkansas over Texas Christian •The Ra?.orbacks have enough speed in Clyde Scott and his running mates to overcome the strong bin .slower Frogs. Both '.cams have power. TCU may have a better line. If it comes down to cases, we believe Arkansas can muster the most, aerial strength. Stale Teachers to nip Ouachita— thir one could surprise- but. Teachers is the cha.'npion and the Timers have disappointed. Magnolia A. and M. over Hcn- drix —the home field and (he added inspiration of homecoming may be the difference. U. of A. Freshmen over Little Hack J. C.—They say this year's Shoats represent the finest collection of talent ever to bo on the | campus at Fayetteville 'Nuff said. Arkansas Tech over O/.arks — The Mountaineers will be tough for anybody, but not good enough to spill the co-champs." Arkansas State 'over Western Kentucky—again the homo field may be the difference. Henderson over Ark. A. and M —A shot in the dark. Millsans over Arkansas College —The Highlanders from Batesville have shown nothing yet Texas over New Mexico— The Lqnghorns could brerv-e through this one anyway, and they're on the rebound in a mean mood. Southern Methodist over Te-;as Tec))—A real lest of the Mustangs' strength must come later but don't look for toe much of a runway. Oklahoma over Texas A and M.—The Aggies are out to break into the win column.' but they haven't shown yet that they have the stuff with which to do it ^Mississippi State over Baylor — The Bears show signs of " being the surprise of the Southwest, but Miss Slate looked 'ing. Tennessee. Rice over LSU—no one doubts that the Owls are strong, and there is a growing LSU is below par. BIytheville over Little Rock we hit the nose on the head in calling the end of the Tigers' unbeaten string (now 34 games) we're gonna demand a raise an Arkansas team does it year, it must be the Chicks. ^ Fort Smith over Pine RJuff The Grizzlies seem to get better each week, while Pine Bluff hasn't been tested yet. Fort Smith however, has had a bad habit of playing dead for the Zebras, so a reverse won't be an upset. El Dorado over Hot Springs — two new systems which should be getting organized by now corne to blows in this one. The flip of a coin decides it. Looking at the other high school tilts: Van Buren over Rogers North Little Rock to beat Camden Fayetteville to conquer Harrison, biloam Sin-ings over Huntsville Paragould over Batesville, Hope to .lar Jonesboro, Forrest City over Brinkley, Smackovcr to whip Fordyce, Clarendon over Stuttgart, Arkadelphia over DeQueen, Nashville to wallop Prescott, Magnolia over Texarkaua. Hogan Favored to Capture Portland Open Portland, pro., Oct. 1 —W—Ben Hogan occupied a familiar role at the top today as he teed off in the second round of the 72-holc Portland Open golf tournament. The little Pa., shared and Clone Webb of Springfield, Mo. The trio racked up sparkling five from Horshey, three-way tie with Jr., of New Orleans _By Hugh 9. Fullarton, Jr. under pa r 07s yesterday. Another hefty Ed New York, Oct. 1 — f/P)— Looking at the pictures of the slide in which Jeff Heath broke his ankle, you wonder why most ball clubs no longer have sliding pits at their training camps. . .After 12 seasons m the majors, Jeff was sliding as awkwardly as any rookie you ever saw. . To emphasize 'the pojnt _ y he • samo -papef 'show photo! cup-nmmmg putt kept - of other major leaguers sliding Oliver of Seattle out of. (their shins and ankles in a wiv ' ol'l today with behind the leading trio. Their first round nines were coupled in this fashion: Hogan, - -,/ - - - - -.-™ v «.v, -ji^v UL j ii ii. ii AI 111 ir> -...,. _ ^,, a tie with the leaders. Oliver teed that just invites broken bones or 34-34—OB, a stroke twisted joints . . .Besides setting a few attendance records at Cleveland, Bill Vecck has aroused the „...,..^._ - iA.^j.u,,, v.'iath of other American League 34-33; Haas 32-35 and Webb, 34-33. ,club owners by raising the da'ily Par is 35-37—72. s i food allowance for his players. Aft- ler the bigwigs, including Veeck had set the fee at $0, Bill, without asking the others, upped it to $7 50 for the Indians. . .Maybe he never good in spank- suspicion that If If this to victory. Cleveland Indians, standing on the bank of glory, sent 20-game-winner Bob Lemon against Detroit today to clinch at least a tie for the American League pennant. A victory would do it. The Tribe went into the tilt one and a half _ames ahead of the idle Red Sox and Yankees with three to go. A Detroit win would make the count two ahead with two to go. With that delectable thought in mind, young Mr. Lemon was set to oppose cither Virgil Trucks or Fred Hutchinson, probably Trucks, at Muncipal Stadium. Lemon was no stranger to the Tigers. They saw him— or rather, failed to sec him — on June 30 when he pitched a no-hitter. In all, Lemon has faced Detroit six times this season, winning three, losing two and getting a no-decision once. Detroit came into this season- closing series with a saucy "we'll have something to say about the pennant winner" air. The Tigers were wont to remember that in 1940 they beat out Cleveland for the flag in a final series. Too, it was Detroit which battered Boston's chances two weeks ago by sweeping a doubleheader just when "hungry" teams heard that pennants. Pigskin Pickins Dartmouth vs. Pennsylvania Bednarik, Tokarczyk and Dooney Will play Penn's victory tune-Y North Carolina vs. Georgia Nawth Car'lina will find it tough If Georgia changes from Ranch to rough. Oregon vs. Michigan The Wcbfoots are ready to be taken And lie their coach, Jim, they'll be Aiken. Northwestern vs. Purdue I'd oick Purdue Wouldn't you? L. S. U. vs. Rice Texans will suffer pain Rice goes against the grain Hawaii vs. Michigan Slate You can bet your last. pair nylons Against the team from the f> '.V VJ(J|J11 1(4 tl laUUUlvJlICuUCJ. J UOL W lit 11 Ihe Red Sox seemed headed home of Bobcats Meet The Hope Bobcats lands. -o FourAIC _ _ ^^. t .j JV.AU .xcbier day lor Jonesboro where they help the Hurricane celebrate their first homo game of the season at o clock tonight. Jonesboro like El Dorado last weekend will be seeking its initial win and is pointing for the Bob cats. They lost to Nashville 19 to C and again to Newport 13 to 6 and they make no secret of the fact l!)oy are out to down Hope Hope will not be at top'speed beveral of the boys are nursing bruises which may not keep them out but will slow them considerablv and a couple are sick. The bruises resulted from a week of blocking that Coaches Tollctt and Marlin stressed during practice session Jonesboro packs plenty of weight and boasts a fast, tricky backfield. The entire Hurricane team averages 101 pounds, the line weighs in at 170 and the backs are a shade in'er 150 pounds. The score was fairly close in the two games they lost and the opposition in both games heavily outweighed the Golden boys Several Hope fans will follow the team. A couple of plane loads and | a half dozen cars will made the I For benefit, of Hope fans the game will bo broadcast over station KXAR at 7:45 tonight with John McLeod calling Ihe plays. ,Q . Friday, "October-T,- 1948 BROADCASTING- SYSTEM yester By The Associated Press Four intercollegiate football games will "-- ' interest by weekend. be eyed with special First off, Arkansas State Teach"s and Arkansas Tech, co-cham- lons of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, their second loop will try victories for „ ,. ,, , , games, with tough" opponents" to" For all the hue and cry over (night. 'Teachers will be host to i Cleveland, however, the Yanks and rebounding Ouachita eleven it the Sox stayed in the race, mathe- Conway. while Tech will be at matically at least. But one of them Clarksville to face (he College of soon must be eliminated, for after the Ozarks, another strong team resting today they face one another determined to make up for last at Boston Saturday and Sunday. wonfc i^ c = The Red Sox kept their scant hopes alive yesterday with a 7-1 victory over Washington at Boston, " mecung while the Yanks squeaked by. the darkhorses, Athletics at Philadelphia, 9-7.' """- 4 "" week's loss. mn g b y the following backs: Cap- H Down at Magnolia a homecom- !? in Ch £? l ? r Jordan, Darwin Wil- .3 ing celebration will be featured bv rliarns - Richard Davis, Willie Pal!, a meeting of the conference's mcr £ nd Budc }y Stewart and Hoo- le darkhorses, Hendrix and Ma«- y e ,L Tv } rnc V- James Moore, Tiger «~~T:_ A , ^» «nvt j»-ii4£, f!iUhnr>b- r-,1, in n.r-1 f~~ 1 _i_ i LIII^LIV.^} tit xiiiiav.tv^i^iiia, iJ-i. " — -• "• '" *•*. A blasting 15-hit attack carried tv ,^ haring * e spotlight with these oston to triumph. Thirteen of the J/l Ie i lr "P9' '' ant , A4 [ C struggles will all seven runs came in AH - ,n,°n f t ?° Uni versity of cna 194 Boston to hits and all the first five seven innings as Lefty Mel me Ural zive innings as JL,ejiy jviui no -i" -f T -MI -o * t ^ j "--i«»i ic-cjuj Parnell racked up his 15th win of f n ,v! w ™ c - Junior College the year. J " . h . c . Wa F Memorial Stadium to- The Yanks flirted with heart failure in their finale at Philadelphia. For the second day in a row, the . » ,.. ...^ „_.—..„ „„., ..,,.*„,,, wlll , lalenl anc( th mon bases were loaded with A's perienced Trojans are tough •> the game ended. The Yanks A ••' • . -- LUL| k"started well, with two runs in the first, four in the second, two in the fourth and one in the fifth. But, trailing 9-3 after the seventh, Philadelphia scored three runs in the eighth and then one in the ninth before the Yanks choked off the harrowing rally. The Boston Braves, who'll meet FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN Bv HAROLD CLAASSEN New York. Oct. 1 —,/p>— Compared to a doflated pigskin nicker a punctured football is as frit and round as the national debt. So hero s trying to belter a 77(i average suffered last weekend on 52 correct selections in (i7 chances Notre Dame at Pittsburgh: Notre Dame is Die forecaster's de- nght. In this fray they appear as certain as taxes. Noire D'ame. Worth Carolina at Georgia: Last week the Georgians had" a hard time catching the Chaltanooj'a Uioo Choo Justice. North Carolina. . Oregon at Michigan: Michigan is proud of what it did to 'the coast's^ best in the J-Jo.se Bowl game. They'll dish out more of the same Saturday. Michigan. Purdue at Northwestern: Purdue lost a bruiser to Notre Dame a week ago. The Wildcats had an easier time winning from UCT -\ In the belief that not all the i'ur- ilue^ bruises have healed. the choice is Northwestern. .Stanford at Washington State- Stanford. Columbia at Harvard: Columbia. Southern California at Ohio .Stall-: When Ohio State's aee bar!-crashes into the Trojan line lie will . be a Joe Whisler in the dark !' Southern California. ' ' Tulane at Georgia Tech: Georgia Tcrh. . Arkansas at Texas Christian(Arkansas not , m lv has Clvde Scoti m its bucUiekl but also owns one ol the best dulens.-s in the nation the American League champs in the World Series, were rained out at Brooklyn yesterday. But that didn't m can that South' worth slept all day. He was faced with the urgent task of replacing Outfielder Jeff Heath, who suffered a broken ankle bone yesterday. The deed was done when Commissioner A. 13. Chandler granted permission to bring up Marvin Rickert, a .302 hitter with the Milwaukee farm. In the only other American League game yesterday, Detroit ended its home season with a 7-2 win over St. Louis while in the National St. Louis went into a tie for second place by beating the Pirates, G-l and -1-1. In the nightcap Harry Brecheeii won his 20lh of the season. League Leaders By The Associated Press American League Batting — Wiliams, Boston, .307; Buudreau, Cleveland .354 Huns Baited In—DiMaggio, New York lf)3: Stephens, Boston 133 Kims—lU'nrich, New York 13G DiMaggio. Boston 124 Hits—Diliinger, St. Louis 202; Mitchell. Cleveland 200 Doubles—Henrich, New York 42, Williams, Boston and Majeski Phil- York 14; ip REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all mokes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1220 Nl?ht ? and Sunday* Hops Let Us Rebuild Your Old or moke your old one into a comfortable tnnerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 : I i \' ! 11! Tennes.-.-e ; ,i i-,,,!,,, Fm»-h>fi;; Hi,- re: t Frulav nii-hl: Boston ColU--.u- I Detroit o\-er Alai 'over St. Louis. S;itiirda v: Kast: Arn-v , i N:. v Y uver jo\-i-r Bueki Midwest: .*]' m C, ma Wichita over over M (IV.•! ' x it .s Bradley. Druk rs. Omaha ovi- vt-i over Iowa Teai-i Morningiide. South: Auburn over Louisiana Tech, Florida uver Tulsa. Mississippi Stale over Baylor. North Carolina State over Clemson. Southwest: Rice over Louisiana SU:te, Southern Methodist over :idt>lphia 41 Triples—Henrich, New Sti-warl. Washington 13 Hum.- Runs—DiMaggio, New York ): Gordon, Cleveland 32 Stolen Bases—Diliinger, St. Louis -U: Cuan, Washington 21 Strikeouts — Feller, Cleveland Hi I; Leinun, Cleveland 142 Pilching -Kramer, Boston 17-5 .773; Oromek, Cleveland 9-3 .750 National League Balling- -ivlusial. SI. Louis .377; A;-h'nirn, Philadelphia .333 Huns Balled In—Musial. St. Louis 11!>J; Mixe, New York 124 Hun::—Musial, St. 'Louis 133; ]Li'.'.-l(man. Ni-w York 110 i Hit.s--Mu.sial, St. Louis 22G; : nx-s. Hostuii 185 ! Doubles — Musial, St. ; F.nni-i. Philadelphia 40 ! r J'riple.s---j\lusia), St. ' lloi;p. Pittsburgh 12 i Home Huns— Kiiu-r ;-!0: Mi in.-. New York St. Louis 3U I Stolen Bases--Ashburn. Philadel- jphia 32: Hec'Se. Brooklyn 25 j Strikeouts--- Bivcheen. St. Louis ji-i:;; Sain, Boston 133 ; Pitching-SL-WL-!!, Pittsburgh 13-3 | .813; Brochi-en, St. Louis 20-7 .741. Lou i s Louis Hol- -53; ,n,n 194 freshman team morrow night. The future Razorback varsity stars who pete for the AIC and title, the don't com- are loaded more , e:<- Monti square . — — *"j"ii.j u t tj l-VJUlil Arkansas A. and M of cello and Henderson will 5quu i-u oil in a conference game at Arkadelphia tomorrow night. In non-conference games, Arkansas State will play western Kentucky at Jonesboro and Arkansas College of Batesville will meet Millsans at j Jackson, Miss. Injuries threaten the hopes of at least three teams for victories this week, Hendrix suffered a blow yesler- learned Harry guard and cap- Buchanan, i I w a s warrior The Yergcr High School Tigers used a smashing ground game to gam a 20-0 victory over a light but stubborn Broken Bow eleven at Hammons Stadium last night. The Tigers struck pay dirt midway m the first period, but were held scoreless in the second period after threatening several times Relying solely on their ground game in the last half, the Tigers pushed over three touchdowns and two extra points. The game featured hard running by the following backs: Caplain Chester Jordan, Darwin Wil- — fullback, of yardage on vu i«»«\ji.\_, j.i^t;i for large chunks numerous occas- , ions. The play of Tigers forward wall was led by sub-caplain James Wrighl who was a terror on both offense and defense. Robert Davis, James Stinson, Leroy Davis, Samuel Shaw, Tyree Ward, Willie Harper, Aaron McFadde nand Bobbie Joe Ray showed up well in the Tigers first home game of the season that was witnessed by a very large crowd. - o Crippled Porks to Leave for Fayetteville, Oct. 1 —(A>>— An injury-riddled " ' tain, will be kept out of action for six weeks or more by a deposit ot calcium in a leg ligament. Ozarks will have lo go ai> lech without the services of its star oack. Sanford Fields, who was injured last week. Teachers has three of its top ends on the doubtful list because of injuries. -o— Way Left for Chick Player to Little Rock, Oct x I BIytheville high school star has been declared id the Chicks have beei forfeit their victories Dorado and Paragould J aken b y th o Arkan- Associntion's execu- committee, was announced Johnie Burnett .. University of Arkansas football squad of 44 will entrain tonight for Fort Worth, Tex! as, to open the Southwest Confer! ence title race against Texas ainst I Christian tomorrow night. Coach John Barnhill said three first string linemen, guard and Captain Theron Roberts, Center Billy Ray Thomas and End Jim Cox, and a reserve tackle, Berry Lee Moore, will be left at home because of injuries. The mentor also revealed that Ihe Razorbacks' star fullback, Leon (Muscles) Campbell, had twisted a knee by stepping into a manhole: Guard Jack Rushing has a sprained ankle and Tackle Jim Reichcrt, the team's best place- kicked, is suffering from a bad cold. All, however, are expected to play some. O'n the brighter side, Alvin Duke, ijLgular blocking back who lias been sidlined with an arm injury since before Ihe season began, was named lo the traveling squad and is expected to see action. The learn is lo arrive in Fort Worth tomorrow morning. Ends — Jack Richards, J. D. Smith, Marvin Stendel, Bud Cana- dan Ed Hamilton, Billy Hix, Mike football ineligible E] ------ • pound end, bad eligible because does not reside tell, said .Marvin Secretary - Hall, been found his family in Blylhevi'ile. 180- in- unii Pittsburgh and Musial all will become eligible id compete immediately if and when the fainib- moves from nearby I hat means. Burnett «aici H i V • 1"" .- play a a ail > st Little Ruck tonight u the family moves to Blythevjlle today. Burnett said BIytheville officials explained thai the Hall family had purchased a house in Blvlhevilh- but had not been able to obtain possession. The athlete and his fa- ! ther have been occupyin- a] , ! apartment in BlythevilK- 1 , and i .school oiiicials believe thai made j vouiig Hal] eligible for athletic I i Burnett said, however, the lulhve committee ruled that i the boy's mother and small dren of the family still Luxura. tin- Blytlievilk- I is not a legal residence AAA constituitn. The AAA secretary addec il was found the ' athlete Hlvtheville hi exec- since ehil- reside at apartment under the Schumchyk. Tackles — Duval Thornton, Bill Stancil, Travis Simpson, Jim Hcichert, D rex el Atkinson, John Luniiey, Charles IVlilarn. Guards — Joe Claburn, Bill, Brown, Ray Peters, Major Tallant, Frank Lambright, Eckel Rowland, Jack Bushing, George Papageorge Don Reidercr. Centers — Harold Stockton, Jim Crullon, John Wells, John Ferguson. Backs — Ray Parks. Gordon Long, Harold Cox, Buddy Rogers. Clyde Scott, Billy Bass, Ross 'Pritchard, Tracy Scott. Jake Davis, Billy Troxell, Sonny Henson, Alvin Duke, Stacy Looney, Gi-no Maz- /anli, Jack Bailey, Leon Campbell ,Louie Schautele. Time Set to Mail Christmas Cards Oversees 'Because he used an old padlock is a .sinker, Harold (Red). Rich., •jf. plucngo was posilive his cn- ',ry in the Firt. National Better Fishing Rodeo was safe. The competition was run in more than 100 cities in 39 states to foster interest among youngsters. . Seal of Service FOR EUROPEAN RECOVERY SUP^UfO 8f TMj? UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Friday p.m., Oct. 1 5:00 Adventure Parade"—-M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain -Midnight—M Tom Mix—M 5:45 0:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:45 10:00 10:15 Bobcat Pep Rally News, Five Star Edit'nn Today in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M Fulton Lewis, Jr. • . Great Scenes 1'rom Grc ! »ak Plays—M f Bobcat Preview- i Football game: Hope vs r Jonesboro , All the News—M * Tex Benekc's Orch.—M This emblem will be stamped on every package of relief goods sent overseas under the European Recovery Program. The col- oreJ Stars and Stripes will remind Europeans that Uncle Sam is their benefactor. Nice Niece 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch —M* 10:55 Mutual Reports Ihe Ncw'fl U:00 Sign Off x Saturday a.m., Oct. 2 5:57 Sign On j, 6:00 Songs by Sinclair I (i:15 Hillbilly Hoedown I G:30 News, "First Edilion ** 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devotional Hour , 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Sei-cn~.de ' 8:45 Ozark Valley Folks—M 9:30 Bill Harrington—M 9:45 Spotlight on a Star 10:00 Movie Matinee—M 10:30 Riders of the Purple Saga 11:00 Magic Rhythm 11:30 Trio Time Saturday p.m., Oct. 2 ~, 12:00 News, Home Edition » Market Time Farm Agent Western Roundup Football game: Ohio State vs Southern California—M ; Charlie Slocum—M Decision Now Swing Time Proudly We Hail Take a Number—M True or False—M News. 5-Star Final The Week in Sports ** • Robert Hurieigh—M ** Mel Allen, Sportscast—M Twenty Questions—M Football Parade Football game: Arkansas Razorbncks vs. TCU Horned Frogs Football Parade Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M- Mulual News—M Sign-Off 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:45 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:45 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 Top Radio Programs New York. Oct. l—tfP\—On the air tonight: NBC—7 Paul LaValle; 7:30 Who Said That, quiz; 8:30 Red Skelton; 9:30 Tony Zale and Bill Stern CBS—7 Swcenev and March; 7:30 Mr. Ace and Jano. ABC—6:30 Lone Ranger- 7:30 This is FBI; 8 Break the Bank; 9 Fight, Jake Lamolla vs Johnny Golan. MBS—0:30 Henry J. Taylor; 7r30 Leave il to the Girls; 8:'30 Lionel' Hampton Show; 9 Meet the Pratt, Sen. Homer Ferguson. Saturday scheduling- NBC—9;"30 a.m. Archie Andrews Sketch. CBS— 8: 15 lies ABC— 8 a MBS— H:45 Folks. a. m. Barnyard Fol- m. Shoppers' Special. a. in. Ozark Valley Swedish actress Greta Garbo, who came to the United States in 1926, wants to be a real niece of Uncle Sam. She has died first papers for naturalization in Hollywood. Wellesley First Wellesley. according tu the En-| treasurer cyclopedia Britannica. was the first women's college to open scientific laboratories for student experimentation. FayetleviHe Youth Head of Republican Club * Fayetteville. Sept. 3 0—I/Pi—Robert Jones of FayetleviHe is president of the recently-organized Young Republicans Club at th(| University of Arkansas. Also elected at a meeting last night were: Harold Allen of SU Joe, vice president; Evelvn Fret*' man of Huntsville, secretary, and Mary Lou Campbell, Fayetteville, OP Congressional Candidfiu Dallon Dotson will speak lo Hie organization next Wednesday afternoon. Cabinet Member Answrr to 1'rcvluUH PiJKZlc Texas Tech, Tuxas over New Mexico. Far West: California ovc-r St. Mary's. Oregon State over Washington, Santa Clara over Fresno State, UCLA over Idaho. Washington, Sept. 30 —(UP) The army and air force today urged persons wishing lo senil that Christmas gills overseas to umil and [them between Oct. U> and Nov. 15. rnail- . - more the Christinas packages will arrive during the holiday season. The army said greeting cards sent first class also should be mailed within the sugesied per- loa. Air mail deliveries are expected lo be handled in normal scneduies. Greeting cards sent by air may be posted as late as Dec. f. _e hiyh school both acted j The army said thai if this in good lailh, merely misinterpret- I ing period is used there is mg uie rules, ana mat the school icletinile assurance that V i' UU 4 not suspended from the Hall played in BJytheville's 2fi-7 conquest of El Dorado and the Chicks 19-7 win over Paragould. Weeds can cause 12 times the annual Joss; in crops Dial insects cause. HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured new Secretary of Agriculture, Charles F. 8 He is, in Ihe —— cabinet 14 Love tale 15 Start anew 16 Arabian gulf 17 Sea eagle 19 Love god 20 Number 21 Was borne 22 Deed 23 Harem room 25 Wapili 2G Group of matched piece-s 28 Dance step 29 Sun god 30 Either 31 Louse egg 32 Social insect 34 Golf mound 35 Distress signal 37 Morsel 38 Sodium chlot-ide 42 Indian • 44 Caterpillar hair 46 German river 47 Unclosed 48 Greater in stature 50 He ed Clinton P. Anderson. 52 Hardens 53 Jiggles VERTICAL 1 Spoiled child 2 Western show 3 Rectifies 4 Girl's nickname 5 Names (ab.) C Genus of _. maples 7 Roman emperor 8 Woody plant 9 Of the thing 10 Employ 11 Wall paintings 12 Frenzied 13 Bud's home 18 "Sioux State" (ab.) Eagle's nest Merits Make edging Genus of grasses Irritate Small wig Play the part of host Western cattle Hops' kiln 38 Indian weights 39 Paid notice 40 For fear that 41 Veracious 43 Concludes 45 Malt drink 47 Tenth month (ab.) 49Clolh measu$ 51 Symbol for * cerium

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