Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1948 · Page 4
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Page Four CLASSIFIED Adt Mint Be In Office Day J6}«te« Publication Six One — . STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 to 25 . 28 to 30 , 81 to 35. 86 to 40 .. 41 to 45 .. 48 to 50 .45 .90 1.50 .60 1.20 2 90 .75 1.50 2.50 .80 1.80 3.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 - -- 1.50 3.00 5.00 Rates are for Continuous ... ... Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone Month 4.5C 6.00 7.50 8.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Rent 2- 3- R O O M UNFUHNISJJE0 apartments, near Schoolcy's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs J E Schooley. 11-tf MODERN FURNISHED APART-' ment, private entrance. Couple preferred. Phone G85-W, 321 Bon- ncr Street. 13-tf FURNISHED APARTMENT bills paid. Phone 242. ALL 13-3t BROWNS' FURNISHED GARAGE apartment. Three rooms and , bath. 1311 M. West Avc. B. 14-31 FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private entrance, private bath. No small children. 220 East 2nd Street, Phone 114-R 14-31 FURNISHED SMALL APART- ment for rent. 712 East Division. 15-31 tosfr or Strayed BLACK MARE, WEIGHT 1)50 stocking feet, 9 years old. Roach mane, scar in forehead. For information call J. B. Gaines, South Elm at West 13th Street. $10 reward for return. u-i-t BLACK MULE ABOUT 15 YEARS - ' weight 800 pounds. Grey on 1T1 n n ft Wr\t I f «» f"'n ..i /-»: 11_ .. _ j old, lop mane. Notify Hope, Route 3. Carl Gilbert, 10-31 Texas Favored '"*»?» to Defeat ff Razorbacks Austin, 'lex., Oct. 1C —(/!') —The lexas Longhorns were favored knock the Arkansas out of the " to Ra/.orbticks Conference Southwest race here today. T . nc , contest was expected to atch speed against speed with halfbacks Clyde Scott and Koss Pricharcl turning on the -.-i,.;,,,, h pr Arkansas and halfbacks iyie, Byron Gillory and p^ny Samuels ready to gallop for Texas Around the Arkansas Sport Loop By J. R. ANDERSON (Pinch-hitting for Carl Little Hock, Oct. game between Boll) 1C— 0!')— A foot the Univcrsi'tv NEW HOUSE, JUST COMPLETED 5 rooms and bath, front and back porches, garage. 75 ft. front, located at 38th and Elm in front ^u^l 8 ' 1 Schot>1 - See A. A. Carnp- bcl1 - 10-31 A round table meeting for Scout masters, assistants and 'troop com- mittecmen will be held at tho Scout Hut in Hope Fair park Wed- icsday October 20. at 7:30 p.m- ihis meeting is for troop leaders romall over Hcmpstead scout dis- Field Executive Hickrhan that the program would be especially interesting, as several games and scout skills would be demonstrated that will be worthwhile as troop program material. Rocky Mountain goats arc not eoats at all, but a type of ante• They belong to the ox ram- When alarmed they travel at a stiff gallop but their customary gait is a casual shuffle! The average adult. Arkansas set its sights on cndim' Longhorn domination of the series which has given Texas nine con- vlclorics ovcr ^c Ilazor- •>f. Arkansas State: of Joncsboro ne.mg tleiscussccl in newspaper umns. col Both elevens were in good physical shape,, with Thcron .Roberts, regular Arkansas guard, the only starter not due to play Good weather and a crowd of 45 were predicted. 000 opossum Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. ].l mo NEED EXTRA MONEY TO OFF- set the high cost of living? Use your spare time to make extra money in high class work. In reply please give address and telephone number. Write Box A in care of Hope Star. J4-Gt For Sale SEED OATS, RECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at McRac Implement Co. 21-lm GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E M McWilliams at McWilliams 'seed btore, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo DUPLEX APARTMENT. EACH Unit with 5 rooms. Screened porch. Garage with storage space. Good location. Owner leaving town. Phone 194-J. li-Qt weighs nine pounds arid is about the size of a house cat. He likes to make his home in hollow logs. By Westbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. New York, Oct. 14 — The hateful propaganda against "the high and "the big brass" of the army and navy which day brass' American" Legal Notice PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 40 SUBMITTEDBY FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL w.. 41.1 j, CIIH.1 1 1 [I V V Wl began almost on the dot of VE- U ... • as soon as Russia was absolutely rescued from Hitler — was touched off and stimulated by the te?rf UniSts> f^ any of thcm wore plantcd as officers in the publicity rackets of the serv- „ . . . - concocted "morale" pamphlets and doodled diagrams to show that Roosevelt's union racketeers, for all their clisgr «- /ul record of strikes, malingcri)" loafing, whistle-jumping and over-' ™? \ profiteering, had done much to win thc war as men killed in action. These propagandists hatched "in Sports Writer Kugene Smith o me Joneshnro Sun raised thi i question. He suggested that tnc Kazorbacks pl;iy a team in Ar Kansas for their opener instead o going outside the state— Arkansas State, for example. Smith wrote that he thought tha there were several teams in the .stale that could have given the Raxorbacks as good a game as did Abilene Christian in the curtain- raiser here last month. It also was the inaugural game lor the new stadium. The Jonesboro scribe cited the tidy sum the Texas team received as its share of the gate and asked why this money couldn't remain in Arkansas. He added that it would just about insure a success- ul financial season for the Razorbacks' opponent. The Northwest Arkansas Times of Fayettevillo discussed Smith's suggestions editorially and concluded it was an idea worth thinking about. as who £»...~™,. * - BERS OF ALT/ ELECTED THE TO HOUSE AGHEEING-.THERETo MEM- of their EACH the' That ... posed as an amendment Constitution of the State "the Ar e o r- Kansas, and upon bcinfi submitted t°J^ c , elect °. rs <>* the State for ap. proval or rejection at the next Ren- nrf «?? lc # 1Dn ^ or Representatives and Senators, if a majority of tho electors voting thereon, at such an lection, adopt such amendrnent same shall become a part of the SECTION I. CUSHMEN MOTOR SCOOTER also Latonia 26 inch bicycle. Both practically new and priced right Jack Strickland, 905 South Elm 11-61 2 ACRE TRACT ADJOINING CITY limits. Nice level building site. Lights, gas and water. Apply at RVnr»l/-7't" TT'rtrt^l C 1 i „,.— i-ii . ri„« Shield's Food Store, Phone 709 13-3 Amendment No. U «>e 'State o to f .u for the Ass «nbly shall pro- support of common (nights) House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenaer Theatre Phonea 129 or 80S 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 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 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope Notice to Sweet Potato Growers pig your potatoes now before It rains and ruins the quality Unt1 ' further notice w e offer you $50.00 per ton for No. 1 Hortoncan and Redvelvets, which is $1.00 per Bu. of (30 Lbs. We furnish the cratts and want you to get them and flrade your number the field and put crates 35 you pick Potatoes that are pi age^ must be handled without bruising. We pay $10.00 per ton tor culls and rough stuff and don t care how you bring them in but be sure and get crates for Number ones and dig them flow as the prices may be lower after it rains. E. M. McWilliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. ones in them in them up. put in stor- , i if "• — "v.^jj^i v \JL ^UJJJlJJUlI schools by general law, including an annual per capita tax of one dollar, to be assessed on every male inhabitant of this State over the age of twenty-one years; and school dis- tncts are hereby authorized to levy by a vote of the qualified electora respectively thereof an annual tax fot the maintenance of schools. th6 erection and equipment of schoo buildings and the retirement of ex isting indebtedness, the amount o such tax to be determined in the following manner: f The Board of Directors of each school district shall prepare an!^H Ve ?cn! ™l ake *? ublic » ot lcss'tha,n sixty (bO) days m advance of the annual school election a proposed budget of expenditures deemed necessary to provide for the foregoina purposes, together with a rated tax levy sufficient to provide the funds therefor, including the rate under any continuing levy for the retirement of indebtedness If s majority of the .qualified voters in said school district voting in the annual school election shall approve the rate of tax so proposed by the B t 0£ Vi d of Directors, then the tax n 4 5 e so approved shall be collected as provided by law In the event a majority of'said q'uali- ficd electors voting in said annual school election shall disapprove the proposed rate of tax, then the tax shall be collected at thc rate approved in the last proceeding annual school election. "•-- : ' ' that no such tax shall suade thcm tered was should have stopped didn't want to, sat in m Washington and let Provided ......... ^ be appropriated for an.v other purpose nor to any other district t'han that for which it is levied. of£icc 0 " thc 28lh Secre- Witness my hand and the seal of n 12th day of April C. G. HALL. May S.H. July 3, 10, 17, 24. 31, Aug 7 14 28. Sept. 4, 11. 18. 25. Oct. 2. 9. 16,' FLOOR Sanding and Finitnlna LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber Tll« ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT « Level yarda • Did Po»t Holes • Plow Gardenc • Cut Vacant Lot* • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1068 a Walnut 8t Americans, the fighter* natural, honest hatred of i and pcr- anyone who ut- of communism s work. Men who this. but the Pentagon _ - -_, it go on. The ot these were mom hove nf the cult of Harvard Law Semah source of the brutal cynicism which became the .. philosophy of our government after 1933. The propaganda against the brass" roared up in service pub- and TnV^ 01 " 0 , • tho Communists and their shrinking friends were out the war, who had sworn . to the Nazis but with the provjso that the neighbors' children should do the killing. Editors who will take the trouble to look 1 find also that it came in package- goods dis- by some of the s There are no headlines for team managers of high school football teams. They are reserved for thc | boys who carry the ball. The only compensation a team manager receives for his hard work is getting to go on trips, attending the end-of-the-season dinner and occasionally being rewarded with a letter. Tables were turned the other night in Texarkana, Ark however. It was thc team manager. Ehvin Stockton, who took thc bows. He and his parents were moving to Dallas, Tex., so the players and members of the pep I squad got together, threw him a party and presented him with a recognition for his ser- Saturday, October 16, 1948 Prescoti News Sunday, October 17 There will bo an ordination and installation service Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service at the Presbyterian Church for newly elected deacons Sidney Parker Davis and Dr. L. ,J. Harrcll of the Presbyterian church USA and I-rank Turborville for the Presbyterian Church US. guest speaker at tho weekly luncheon meeting of the Proscotl Rotary Club on Tuesday. Hon. Harris f, ™ Wns the Bucst of Rotarian H H. McKenzie, spoke briefly of his to Europe and tc Conference Play Gets Into Full Swing Monday, October 18 Women of the Presbylcria Church will meet at 10:30 -\.m. to an all clay study of the Home Mis ston Book "On Our Own Dooi steps" with a fellowship itmcheo at noon. Tuesday, October 19 Proscott Musical Coterie \vil sponsor its first Artist Scn-s at o'clock in the high school auditor um. A vocal concert by oiritonc "VInrion Edward Parker will b given. Rose Garden Club will meet a 2:30 at the home of Mrs. R. L Yarbrough with Mrs. Russell Mo g and Mrs. E. Adams, co-hos ess. The Garden Club will :30 p.m. in the home D. L. McRae Sr. meet a of Mrs A en representative from the Cam- area Rent office will bo in rcscott each Tuesday morning nd can be contacted at the Fedral building. watch vice. in de-i death ^^ Washing ton and ' New York. g^IpiiKIi^liriil SMA «&r „* "?* and particularly generals mirals. There were 50 listed men for Apparently, .some folks in Fay ettovillc didn't .see enough of tlu Baylor Bears, who tied ihe;:- fa vored Raxorbacks in knots las Saturday. A movie of luncheon a the game. highlight of the game civic club couple of days after and ad- or «0 en- th t '"-.",- "" every officer and W?, n? plat , l - on to ProPiUalo them * a , s j P °P° rt '°natc. Thcrc hacl bor-n a similar campaign in Italy after the first war. Officers were chased and mauled by hoodlums - dsca they were sometimes officers got officers because off. Many f no If radio their who journalism and tlu> cannot write and crib t^o lid T? S f '"° m FllJ Pi - Y «'s time• K * l camc ' out of the old Bril- o^ifr,,^-^ *°™ la"'ish brave, slow Their generals were stately and imporiousu but and had httle imagination. ' attempt • •ank b P fo,,rH befouled those above the mander, runs hnrcl aglisMho^t who cheapened and every fine thing that ho Kood Ira Lollis. Hot Springs, who officiated in the recent game between the Arkansas freshmen and Arkansas A. and M., came away singing the praises of a pair of •'.f, 0 ' T, ti 'cklcs-Fred Williams, Little Rock, and Tom Stringer Mibiaeo. Lollis thinks these lads are something special. Cotton States League officials Tieet in Greenwood, Miss., Sunday to elect officers and discuss plan's (or the 1940 season. Maurice Moore, the Hot Springs sports scribe says Sam Garratt head of he Hot Springs club might get he league proxy's post should Jim Griffith, El Dorado, not want t again. Moore predicts there won't "C any changes in the membership, although several clubs had rocky going last season. George Sobek, the ex-Norto Uame athlete and pro-basketball R /i' W ' U , mana fi e th c Hot Springs Bathers of the Cotton States loop next season. Sobek succeeded Joe Holden last May and guided the Bathers to the Shaughncssy play- championship. off Wednesday, October 20 The Wednesday Bridge Club will neet at 2:30 p.m. in the home of 'Irs. H. H. McKenzie. Burial services for Pfc. Dale Stuart, 25, who was killed in action on Saipan July 5, 1944. were held I'l-iday afternoon at 2:30 at Missionary Grove. He was given full military honors by Company C Arkansas National Guard with the American Legion as pallbearers Pfc. Stuart entered the Army October 1941 and trained at Camp c: ,u r £ Tcxas and served in the bouth Pacific. He was wounded on baipan July 5, 1944 and died the same day. He is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stuart of Prescott, one brother, Raymond of Prescott and two sisters, Mrs Ivan Ayery of Delight and Mrs! Tony Waken of Chicago. Mrs. Sid Purtle was hostess to the Euzelian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist church Tuesday evening at 7:30. Twenty members were invited into thc rooms which were effectively 5 J , cco " u ?, d wit h fall flowers and the Halloween motif Mrs Clifton Yancey administered the impressive installation M l ' V1C T° V" ^° followin g officers: Mrs J. T. McRae, president, Mrs. Gordon Danncr, fellowship; Mrs J- M. Pittman, class ministeries- Mrs. Brad Bright, Stewardship; i;: 1 ' 3 ' ™ L Langley, secretary and Mrs. Ted McDaniel, reporter. A short business session was conducted by the new president for the approval of material for the yearbook. After a delightful social hour Mrs. Purtle, assisted by Mrs Mct- tie Robinson, served a delicious salad plate and Halloween favors. Congressman Oren Harris was guests of the club we A,.|-,,lr I , - art ' 1Cy - FnU1Z SVVal y Of A kadeiphm. George Newbcrn and Oliver Adams of Hope. Pi7hlf ! r B sJh rd fflttucation. Prcscoll I ubhc Schools, in a meeting Tuesday night at thc Broadway Hot" aPPomlod the following committee: Athletic committee: George W Easlcy, Hoy L. Cook, Jack B ' Dn L ' J " Ha «'ll. Jesse Buiding committee: Tom Bemis Guss McCaskill Health commhtae:' Di. L J. Harrcll, Dr. J. B Hester i •,, „ Committee: askill. The board also thc Guss Me- discusscd clc- Mrs. D. L. uthrie, Mrs. J. Wat W. White. Sr.. Mrs. ™ RacTSr " Mrs - Martin Mrs. J. B. Hestcrly and Teeter attended the iitio r> i" con ,ycntion in Nortn -ittle Rock on Wednesday Thcv were accompanied by Martin Guth- By WILL Now York, GRIMSLEY Oct. 1C — (/]>) _ Thi of Miss Carolyn Ella Hurrah Dallas Texas is the guest of her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Murtin. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bemis spent fhursday in Little Rock. Mrs. Mark Justiss and Mrs. Ted VIcDamcl spent Tuesday in Texar' Mr. pent iope. and Mrs. Allen Gee Wednesday afternoon Sr, in Dr. and Mrs. William O. Arnold _f Temple, Texas arrived Thursday Jr. Arnold was enroute to Ann Har- Scott- which or, Michigan, to represent white Clinic, Temple with ie is affiliated. Mrs. Arnold will ie the guest of his mother Mrs C '. Arnold Sr. in his absence.' Rev and Mrs. R. "D. Nolen of .itlle Rock were tho guests Thur-.-ay of Mr. and Mrs. Guss McCas- nl and other friends. Captain and Mrs. Willard V Horn and small son Michael who aye been stationed at Camp'noll- bird, Maryland are the guest'- f her mother, Mrs. S. H McMa- en They are enroute to Presidio f Monterey, California where they vill make their home Miss Jackie Hale, student at /lagnoua A & M College spent nursday with her parents Mind Mrs. Horace Hale. is "or else" day for champions and would-be champions of thr major college football conferences Ihe big boys in practically every league run up against bill lies their own size. To keep title hopes alive, they must win these jousts—or else. The day's top test is at Ann Arbor where Michigan, thc Western Conference champion is no's! to high-geared Northwestern. Both are unbeaten and united. Something has to give. The victor is regarded as a cinch to wrap up the conference crown and. if it's Northwestern the attractive Rose Bowl did as well. Thc Wolverines arc ineligible to play at Pasadena again this year under the rule that limits a .cam's appearance to once every hree years. Michigan is just one of several conference champions on the grid- Pennsylvania, Ivy League titlo- loldcr and unbeaten since 1!)4G faces Lou Little's always dangerous Columbia Gambolecrs. Penn is favored, but its giant line, bul- BBCWDCASTIM9 SYSTEM 5:00 5:30 0:00 0:15 G:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 G:30 9:00 warkcd by All-America Chuck 0:00 tcdnank, could have trouble with 110:30 10:55 11:00 the Lions' "goal dust twins," Gene Rossidcs and Lou Kusscrow In the Southeastern Conference Mississippi, with three league vic- nnspoiled record, in- tories on its vades New Orleans to tackle a Tulane team that bumped Alabama and South Carolina North Carolina, the nation's top ranked eleven according to the latest Associated Press poll, has an afternoon's work cut out for it at Chapel Hill whore it faces North Carolina State. California, unblemished Pacific * il 1 , fa y° ritc - °P e »s league play at Berkeley against Oregon State iigurod a stout contender in ore- season ratings. The wide open Southwest race AT fv. ' nt ?. rcsting with Southern Methodist's titlists playing at Rice and Texas entertaining Arkansas at Austin. The Mountain States Conference cn.-unp.on Utah has n date with Denver, the 1947 runnerup. that should throw a lot of light on that particular sectional feuding Kansas, the Big Seven titlehold- ei-, won an interscctional affair night, whipping George Wash- University, 12-0. Long touchdown drives in thc second third periods provided the Boston College downed nova, 20-13 on - last in Mrs. Tate McGill of St. Louis nd Mr. and Mrs. George New- on of Georgetown, South Carolina avc been the recent guests of icir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laynan Dickinson, Cora Donnell Hospital notesAdmitted: Mrs. Jack Stafford roscott; Kenneth Kahles, Little ock; Tom Baber, Okolona; Sam ox, Prescott; W. B. Waller, Ross- n; Mrs. W. H. Oswald, Rosston; Irs. Thomas Buie, Prescott. Poslcripts on the World's Series- 1 itcher Gone Bearden, the Arkan sa.s lad who was, hailed as the scries ••hero," is a nephew of Mrs L. D. berryman. Russellvillc, his aunt thinks he's quite -i .By Hugh & Puflarton. Jr. ..... -••• ••*- u \-jini,u: Whatever he throws," she ^cturerrwarinduced ^"accept he three-stars of a lieut-i'onoral orrnerly reserved for really oinmander.s of Americ-in '• 1 ,..., *T 1 . (JJJIIII-,*. > wai. Nobody made fun of Mr in" d "M',j smTy'for'him 10 : " lmil | d felt ridiculous. Therea'fter' H and his friends tossed constellations of cheap stars mornings in Washington' buses going down- and a «uy. ., _ ~~ ^..»v*, lt j, i3 1 HJ S tl 1 Cl Ol the Cleveland Indian star, "He is a groat pitcher." Postman Chester Garrett of Fort Smith had quite a problem during the Series He wanted to hear the games, but had to carry the mail. He solved it by adding a little more weight i)ii his shoulders—a portable radio— and kept up with the games as he made his appointed rounds. ut winter the crowded own, bag-oyed. tired ut-neraLs a ew months out of civilian cl,,!i',c-, i-chect against sleepy c r n°' n> f tU T rk ' Tho "»- f-J.il, or brigadier, actually less prestige here than a hm gcant had had in normal liim-; "'''"' ° f "V- rt '". ui: "- •"•'»>•' had VU sentlnu ''"-- i ''' man wise to keep strong by mainlain- mn the hard, offieient outfits which nad just knocked out the toughest army in history. Instead, U u . clamor against the "Brass" rose to hymn of hate. Kisenhowor empted, largely but not was solely cause he had been a handwashin subordinate to Roosevelt, who liked them obsequious. Patlon, on the other hand, though nut abov beautiful I'omt. At still REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or moke your old one info a comfortable innerxpring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Maltresi Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 put in years of patriotic ".. always loyal m Hie ideal and code of U'eM •» or so. he found him- a colonel or licnt. colonel while the fell. a strap, in the same or two stars pinned on in in (,', mit him to out-rank linns in financial or Ie lions in the Pentagon. Pi 'ess-age-nls and Jitivos of Hollywood always made preti'v Ituosevelfs polio part Roosevelt's polio panic him look nohlc in Would up colonel. A : became a grandiose vvilh ca^ic.s on hi:; bo up souffles lor the Sec? There it Well, dammit thai coming to. v\'( enerals and their i'iii' from olo' hh' notions ul in; and luxury. They UK theniseh-es with ' Uixurv sei^Mee of ohs who knew thai stayed with the wouldn't uo into And. afler \'u-i Wild campaign "plot" ol the "H m the .service :• eers kecij their ciuisites. 'I'iiere \ tiiai. hut thai •,'. a U) it. AcUiallv, H ot thai., fell a victim of the conspiracy to infest our whole army of occupation with hateful naturalized immigrant Americans adorned with unearned military rank and to destroy any real American wlio had tlie moral courage to tiy to avoid a repitiUoti of n> cc.narucUun in the failed confed- |er,'icy. j .Many of tho finest individual ji.lti/.ens who ever served a repnb- .'•;' were "lirass" i n (his war {/heir code, and many of them did up to it scrupulously, was llic statement of idealism ever e'd Iiy any corps outside thc crated orders of religion, and more practical, we hadn't had the finest •--'" in Hie world, till' best and admirals. both in !'.; and in fighling. we would •ver had coiv.e off the lloor to remarks about General C'. Marshall should always U'iih a personal inner re- ihat tor all his servility to one awful 'lail- •'.'or Day. M-n-his life servm:; Ihe war einicd .vii trnm his iob he e< and KOIIC oil New York, Oct. 16b— (ff) — In return for Francis Albertanti and L.CW Burston, who came back to the 20th Century Club, the Tournament of Champions has acquired Chickie Bogad and Tcldy Brenner. . . .Boxing always was a give-and- take business. . . .Although Bogad will be the T. of C. "foreign representative," head-man George Keltz plans to go to England soon to arrange a Freddie Mills-Gus Lesnevich fight and other matches. Burston is heading the same way for the 20th Century. Alexander Wins Top Money in Glendale Open Glcndale, Calif,, Oct. 1C —(./Pi— 1C — (,T> . Open half tournament swung into the third round today wth Skip Alexander Lexington, N. C., in front by strokes ovcr co-favorites Ben The 515,000 Glendale of two Bo's handout Bo McMillin, criticized for keeping a tight check on food allowances when his Detroit Lions hit the road, has this explanation: Ihe boys arc going to get just what ol Bo wants 'em to have — 10 more, no less. It might be one 2gg and one strip of bacon or two eggs and no bacon. I'll decide et there be o who is boss no second guessing as nss;." after Snortspourri Milt Stock, just hired as a Dodger coach, is Eddie Stanky's father- n-luw. Apparently the Bums figure ts a good idea to have a relation nice they regretfully let Eddie go . .The U. of Mississippi freshman ootball squad has 20 linemen, av- raging 200 pounds, and la backs iveraging 180. Ought to be a right i.'iir bunch when they grow up Pete Meier, Taylor, Texas, high school footballer has a profitable sideline of raising bees. Trouble is bis teammates are afraid they'll have to run from the bee formation. Hospital Dept. Although Terry Brennan lookc-d pretty good against Michigan Slate last week, word from Notre Dame is that he's only at his be<t on defense. His trick knee won't lot him stop and cut like he used to Movies of last week's Penn Stat'e- H'' cknc11 « ani c revealed that Bob Hn--ks, star Penn State end wrenched an ankle badly when there was no one near him on the field. He can't explain it yet. hogan and Lloyd Mangrum. Bespectacled Skip, took ehar"e yesterday with his second succ-cs^ sive sub-par round over the Oakmont Country club pur 3G-3G—V course. Alexander shot a 33-32—05 for a new course competitive record and a 36-hole total of 70-G5—135. Tied at 137 were Hogan, who had rounds of 69-78, and the first round '"". Mangrum, who had a 71 fading badly on the back nine yesterday. Still in contention were Ed (Porky) Oliver, Seattle, whose T> gave him 141, and Johnny Bulla Phoenix, Ariz., who had a first round 68 but took 73 yesterday for Steady Jim Turnesa, Elmsford r''r}'- : t. Kri , C Conli Montebello! Lalit., I-red Hawkins, Antioch, 111 and Ellsworth Vines, Iowa City la were knotted in the 1-12 bracket ' The final 8 holes will be tomorrow. n ,9 ,. t Villa 0-13, clinching thc victory Joe Dominick's 27-yard run for touchdown in thc fourth period with an intercepted pass. Villanova lunblcd five times. Boston University thumped win- lcfss ,. T emple, 13-7, and University of Miami (Fla.) upset Detroit, G-0, in other headline night engagements. Jack Del Beilo was the touchaown engineer in Miami's BU-yard first period drive Hero's the rest of today's football by sections: East—Army, winner of three straight games, is host to Harvard Unbeaten Cornell invades Syracuse. Penn State, seeking its 12th m a row, a home with West Vigima. Navy plays Missouri, upset conqueror of S. M. U. other R,.fcr ; '' ?°l? a . to at Dartmouth, Rutgers at Princeton. Brown at Holy Cross Marquctte at Pitts- i\/i-j' . Forost at Duquesne. Midwest—a full conference slate ln t|he Big Nino with Indiana host to Ohio State. Illinois at Minnosoin and Purdue at Iowa. Wisconsin Calves on Yale in an interscctional q .,'1. ^ nz °i ia inva dcs Michigan Mate. Big Seven games send Oklahoma against Kansas State Colorado against Iowa State UK fifg Six' M ' ' S at Wyomi "S in Southwest'—unbeaten Baylor entertains Texas Tech, the " Border Conference c h a m p i o n. Texas Cnnstian is at Texas A. and M. m a Southwest Conference game. I- ar West-Southern California's defending Pacife Coast kings invade Oregon, Stanford plays at U. C. L. A. and Washington's at Washington State. Montana Montana State play a once game at Butte Unbeaten Notre Dame ruled a heavy favorite to win its fourth in a row against Nebraska at Lincoln (in another of the afternoon's intcr- seetional trays. The Irish were expected to win by five or six touch- and Colo- and non-confer- FootbaSI By The Eastern Associated Press Standard Time Northwestern vs. Ann Arbor—ABC, Saturday p.m., Oct. 16 12:45 Football game: Harvard vs Army—M Football game: Arkansas vs. Texas Univ. Take a Number—M True or False—M News. 5-Star Final The Week in Sports Robert Hurlcigh—M Mel Allen, Sportscast—M Twenty Questions—M Leave it to the Girls—M . Stars on the Horizon * Gabriel He alter—M Lanny Ross—M What's thc Name of that Song—M Chicago Theatre of Air—M Korn's a Krackin'—M Eddy Duchin's Orch —M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off Sunday a.m., Oct. 17 6:58 Sign On 7:00 Lew White Organ Melodies Hymn Time Four Knights .«' Unity's Gospel Hour Church News of the Air Silver Strings News, First Edition Rock of Ages Broadcast Voice of Prophecy—M Radio Bible Class Reviewing Stand—M First Christian Church Sunday p.m., Oct. 17 12:00 William L. Shircr, News—M John B. Kennedy—M Henry A. Wallace—M Interlude A Sacngcr Preview News, Noon Edition Gospel Hour Music for Sunday Sunday Spotlight News Keynotes by Carle Friendly House Juvenile Jury—M House of Mystery—M True Detective Mysteries- Friday Music Club Quick As a Flash—M Sunday Down South Nick Carter—M Sherlock Holmes—M Roy Rogers' Show—M A. L. Alexander—M It's a Living—M Secret Mission—M Jimmie Fidler—M Twin Views of the News- Voices of Strings—M Symphony in Miniature William Hillman—M Noro Morales Orch —M Mutual News—M Sign-Off Monday a.m., Oct. 18 5:57 Sign On Songs by Sinclair Morning Musicalc Bargain Roundup News, First Edition Arkansas Plowboys Market Reports Farm Breakfast Program Melody Boys The Devotional Hour Musical Clock News, Coffee Cup Edition Sunrise Serenade Bob Poole's Show—M ' According to the Record Cecil Brown—M Faith in Our Time—M Say it With Music—M Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—M Heatter's Mailbag 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:30 8:45 8:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 12:15 12:30 12:45 12:50 12:55 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:05 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 G:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:55 11:00 6:00 0:15 6:25 6:30 6:40 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 -M -M 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 Lanny Ross—M Kate Smith Speaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M Luncheon at Sardi's— Michigan 12:4f> p.m. played Fights Last Citation Goes After Fifth Great Prize New York. Oct. Hi—-i UP)—Calu- yreatest By The Associated Press ISV-w York (St. Nicholas Calif. — Carlos 131 1-2. Los Angeles, ki-.LH.-Kea out Torilo Hamos. 132 3--1 !u-jTijuana. Mexico. 5. to j Omaha —- Hob Saiulberi;, Milwau- outpointed t; L -ne Spencer, C'h- 10. •net Farm's Citation, th [lieco of horse flesh in many rachu> grand prize of the. year in the grand prize of the year n the second running of the International Goldeup today at Belmont Park. A field of HI, including uvo distance gallopers from l'orei"n shores, we're scheduled to tlie barrel-chested bay colt gruelling mile and five U Should ail the overniuhl start and Citation ambles '.ii'sl, he will net a purse I'UO. This would raise his I: lo a staggering $320.000. )e •\rena) i.Sl(I.OO(l away from the a. otit-; record set bv the gallant Scheduled to lend an international flavor to the International were the Aya Kahn's Nathoo. Ihe Irish Derby, and J Kayeux. the Belgian el Hounding out th; Whitney's Phalanx. Kim' Belle) Sell, Mill Diver" Urillu. Alain C'hanc Ace Admiral. I''illy-Ki!iy Ol Lini ijel.t. a !;d I Mi', and Mi.- i ii L , vs - Ann .V at West Poin 12:4a p. in. North Carolina vs N C it Chapel Hll—CBS, 1:30 p Mississippi vs. Tulane at Orleans—NBC, '2 p. m. State m. New East Buston Boston Kansas South Middle Stale 7. Univ 13 Temple 7. College 20 Villanova 13. 12 George Washington U. Term. State 14 Arkansas Midwest Miami (Kla'i I] Detroit 0 Drake 17 Bradley 1-1. St. Louis HI Uocidiurst 7. Kmporia State U2 Southwestern si 7. Cameron Nec-so (Lai (Oklal JC 13. AM Je 33 Me- Southwest Texas Mini 20 College ('in Ok'la of U. .•s 3-i Britham Young Ozarks 13 Northcasl- •17 Los Angeles Far West •Santa Ciara Loyola 0. Suspension OH our rocket trip when we reach the gravitational pull of the earth moon are equal, we will be to ivst^ siipetidcd in mid-air oi-ir roL'ket ship. 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:15 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 G:00 6:15 0:25 0:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:5o 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 0:53 11:00 Monday p.m., Oct. 18 News, Home Edition Market Time John Daniel Quartet Polka Interlude Farm Fair Kddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Student Parade Drifting on a Cloud Movie Matinee—M Vocal Varieties The Johnson Family—M Meet the Band 'two-Ton Baker—M Swing Time Guest Star Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M 1'om Mix—M The Inside Story News, Five Star Edition today in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M iulton Lewis, Jr The Falcon—M Gregory Hood—M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Heatter—M Mutual Newsreel—M The Atom and You—M Bill Henry. News—M Fishing & Hunting Ciub—M Michael Zarron's Orch —M 1'om Grant's Orch.—M AH the News—M Stan Pallon's Orch —M «T d f v , J "i llchill 's Ore!).—M Mutual News—M Sign Off Top Radio Programs New York, Oct. 16 — atnrday night list: — On ; 7:30 sequences: 8 Hit Pa- S l 'Kl"i Monroe " :8 , WilllK11> " KeU " Iull: show Takc ABC-(j -Johnny n.stei's; rlhern cities neavy ice 30 Famous Jury Trials 1-letcher Sketch; 8 Gan- 8:3(1 What', My Na mp; ed Jewish Appeal drama H ;' v -'"" Cajis 7:ao Li ^" s 1,1 !!0 new tii^e; 8:30 ol 1'iie Song ijuiz- 9 Chi- Theater "U Travatore." It's a Pasture Tlu- Alps are in the region km '.hat name, according I, clopeuia Britciimic-a. u ' lni " ; '))-'" '> ii^-d on a hi^h uiutiniain oasui called "alps" elsewhere by > Ihe Ency- There the > lu mean

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