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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Smog Mask Ada Must Be In Offlca Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Up to 15 16 to 20 . 21 lo 25 . 26 to 30 . 81 to 35 . 86 to 40 . 41 to 45 16 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 C.OO 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Kates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Atls Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone NoHce WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sowing machines W. H. West, 215 Norih Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas, 1-lmo NEED EXTRA MONEY TO~T)KF^ set the high cost of living? Use your spare time to malic extra money in high class work. In reply plense give address and telephone number. Write Box A in care of Hope Star. H-(H Services Offered XI> KRJ KNOKD" FifACTTCAL nurse. References offered Phono •I40-W. i (! . 3 { Male Help Wanted KXPKRIUNCED HIGHWAY" TjKSIGNERS: —Bridge Deskmors Draftsmen, Computers, Tracers' for highway design projects Northeastern U. S. Can place some C. E. graduate;; with limited experience. Write for application to Michael Baker Jr Inc Box M2!l, Jackson, Miss Its-it For Sale SEED OATS, HECLEANED AND tagged. Aubrey Enoch at Mc'Rae Implement Co. 21-lm GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS~AT reasonable prices. Bee E. M. Mc- Willianis at McWilliarns Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 0-1 mo For Rent - 3- II O O M UNFURNISHFD apartments, near SchooJoy's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs ,J "'E Schooley. j]. t j MODERN FURNISHED APART- ment, private entrance. Couple preferred. Phone OR5-W, 321 Bon- ncr Street. jo lt DUPLEX APARTMENT. EACH unit with 5 rooms. Screened porch. Garage with storage space. Good location. Owner leaving town. Phono 194-.T. 11-tit CUSHMEN MOTO~R~ SCOOTER, aiso Latonia 20 inch bicycle. Both practically new and priced right Jack Strickland, 905 South Elm. 11- Ct 2 ACRE TRACT ADJOINING CITY limits. Nice level building site. Lights, gas and water. Apply at Shield's Food Store, Phone 709 13-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT ALL _bills paid. Phone 242. 13.31, BROWNS' FUm^slTErGARAGE apartment. Throe rooms and -J^'-th" 1311'Xj West Ave. B. 14-3t FOUR ROolvF UNFURNISHED apartment. Private entrance private bath. No small children. 220 East 2nd Street, Phone 114-R. . 14-31 FURNISIiED SMALL APART- mcnl for rent. 712 East Division. 15-31 NEW HOUSE, JUST COMPLETED" 5 rooms arid bath, front rind back porches, garage. 75 ft,, front located at lath and Elm in front of High School. See A. A. Camp- bo11 - l(i-3t. LADIES BLACK COAT, SIZE 44, boys top coat, tan, size 10. Both Jn good condition. Phone 534-W after 4 p.m. IB-lit CONCERT GRAND PIANO^ phone 932-.I after G p.m. Can be seen by appointment. 1U-31 PANSY PLANTS. PREPARE: your ground now, set plants after November 1. Get them at Monis Seed Store. 18-Ht Mrs. Zoharias to Enter Meet TURKEYS, CORN FED, SIX months old November 10. 12 to 35 pounds. Phone 18 or 808-W. Dr. Alexander. 18-31 Lost or Strayed BLACK MARE, WEIGHT 1150, stocking feet, 9 years old. Roach mancj scar in forehead. For information call J. B. Gaines, South Elm at West 13th Street. S10 reward for return. 11-j.t BLACK MULE ABOUT 15 YEARS old, weight 800 pounds. Grey on top mane, Notify Carl Gilbert. Hope, Route 3. 1G-31 A new uro for a wartime pas mask is sho-.vn by Los Am-cle'nn Carl Peterson, at his engineering drawing board. The city lay sweltering under a thick blanket' of "smog' 1 —combined smoke and fog—and Peterson found the gas mask a big help. Pearly Bread Fort Smith, Oct. If] — iVI'i— Fans here may see a replay of the fina'l match of the Texas Women's "olf tournament. Entered in the Hardscrabble Country Cluo women's open tournament which begins here Wednesday arc the two players who battled it out or the Texas championship Saturday — Polly Riloy iort Worth, Tex., and Mrs of Didrickson Zaha- Milclred (Babe) Has of Denver. . Polly won the crown by defeating Mrs. Zaharins. defending champion of the Hardscrabble tournament 10 and 9. Other highly rated women colors entered for the Hardscrabble meet are: Dot Keilty, Los Angeles, Mary Agnes Wall, Meiiominee. Mich Carrol Derringer, Tiffin, O Pnttv Berg, Minneapolis, Minn., and Peggy Kirk, Findley, O. Call 129 or "i **SV "»**v*f t* ^ef\f \f V^»»— ^ t (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen ESech'ic Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 WE HAVE Seed Oats, Austrian Winter Peas, Winter Hairy Vetch, Winter Rye Grass, Seed Rye, Wheat, Barley and Joe You- rnans Flower Bulbs. We Honor AAA Orders MONTS SEED STORE Hope, Arkansas REFRIGERATION SERVBCE is our business. Prompt ond 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 Notice to Sweet Potato Growers Dig your potatots now before it rams and ruins the quality. Until further notice we offer you $00.00 per ion for No. 1 Portoncan and Rcdvelvtts which is $1.50 per Bu. of GO Lbs. We furnish the crates end want you lo get them and grade your number ones in the field and put them in crates as you pick them up. Potatoes that are put in storage must be handled without bruising. We pay $10.00 per ton for culls and rough stuff and don't cart how you bring them in but be sure arid yet crates for Number ones and dig them now as the prices may be lower after it rains. E, M. McWilliams Seed Store Hope, Ark. Clinton, La., Oct. IS — (/pj _ A Crippled air force transport plane crashlandcd in a ravine near hero ate yesterday and killed four of tho 33 persons aboard. Tho Hvin-enginod C-K2, the lead piano in a flight of .seven with a total of 172 passengers aboard, loft Biggs field at El P aso , Tex.. Sunday on route lo "Operations Coi i bine 111" at Elgin Field, Fla Occupants of the plane inchidni ~.) artillery officers from Fort Bliss, lex., and Fort Sill, Okla , and an air force crew consistim or three otfieors and one enlisted man. First to bo identified Col. Herbert S. liamey -I 1 Cr.pt. Harold M. Dudley H( of Fort Bliss. Officials' at Bliss said Ramoy entered the sei\ ice rom Springield, JVIu., and Dudley from Long Meadow. Mas-;. Name;: i,i' iho olhor casiialtii ; wore withhold pending notification ol next of kin. Tho survivors, who included Brig (..on. C. H. Hart, said trouble devi lopod when the plane was about 5,000 feel. They prepared to jump but abandoned this idea when Hit ont entered an overcast and lo^t wore i I 45 and H(j, both Foil FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tllo ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY • Level yards » Dly Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots o Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 S. Walnut St. One of London's "poarlys'' brim's his loaf of bread offering lo the Costcrmongers Harvest Festival service at St. Mary Magdalene Church. The oostermongcn;— fruit nnd vegetable hawkers— identify themselves with pearl buttons sewed on their clothes. Chemist Honored \\t.i it.n M ;->' mi<;, IK..C.I i I' iahu u t u ( \ I ,i i i nUiii 11 <-" <l, ! i 'i l ill I|- of lllC! Franklin L^iiiuU: ,,f (he. Sl,;to w Pennsylvania. Stanley, head of the. iio|iaiunei:l of biochem- i;'(iy at the University u [ Cali- 1'orma, v. ;:s lu:n»: t ,; ji r i,; ;i (';.•_ in vini... r:.:.:oaich. Arkansas Out of Running 'Mr X' Is Really Mr., X Dallas, Tex.. Ocl. 18 — UP}— Slakes run high in tho Southwest Conference (his weok as Rice and Texas A. and M. play for survival in the championship chase. The odds are against A. and M flumping unbeaten Baylor and Rice winning over Texas Longhorns. Sou I. he: ni Methodist University 'I.'; tingle wing scoring special cranked anew by AIl-Americn Doak Walker and sharpshooter Gilbert Johnson, lakes on Santa Clara in :i ninlerr.-ecfiona1 lilt, at Dallas Texas Christian will entertain ! Oklahoma at Fort Worth, and Ar kansas will bo idle. Rico foil under a brutal barrage i of .Johnson passes and SMU powot la.<<1 weok, and the 33-7 final score knocked tho props rom under the Owl:;. Texas boat Arkansas only H-fi, but hard a gilt-edged statistical margin. Texas A. and M. lost to Texas Christian, 27-14. in Iho waning minutes of play. Baylor waddled over Texas Tech in tho mud, 13-0, to protect the only unbeaten record in tho conference. The Bears have a 7-7 tic with Mississippi State as the only flaw on their slate. Both A. and M. and Rice have i been beaten once in conference play. Two defeats in the circuit almost always spells "finish" to title aspirations. Arkansas is being counted oul of Ihe running. Walker's two touch downs and three extra points against Rice ran his scoring for the season to 53 points, seventeen bolter than Pete Slotit of Texas Christian with 3G. Clyde Scott of Arkansas is third with ,30 points. lie added six to his total with tho Porkers' only touchdown against Texas. Competition Keen in Professional (KZ Now York. Oct. 18 — f/P) — The fight for sectional honors in the National Football League and in the Western division of the rival All-America Conference is growing more tense with the passage of each game. In the National League tho Chicago Bears pace the Western division by one game while the Philadelphia Eagles lead the Eastern half by only half a game. The San Francisco 49ers enjoy only a half game lead over Cleveland in the AH America's Western division race. In the Eastern division, the Baltimore Colts are two games in front of tho runner-up New York Yankees and Buffalo Bills. The Bears crushed the Detroit Lions, 28-0. yesterday to stay in front of the defending champion Chicago Cardinals. The Cards ripped the New York Giants, G - 5, in the highest scoring game in NFL history. ...Philadelphia trampled the Washington Redskins, 45-0, to gain sole possession of first place from the Skins and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Stecleis were" beaten 13-7, by the Boston Yanks in the other National League game the Green Bay Packers blanked the Los Aneele's Rams, 1G-0. Witnesses of iho murder of politician William Granata in Chicago gave descriptions of a man, sought for questioning, to artist- detective Adolph Valanis, who recreated him in a sketch Th" city was, alerted to find the "Mr. X" o£ the sketch. When found he not only looked like his portrait, above, but his name was William N. Xanthas. Looking Down in the Mouth Walker Among Nation's Leading Scorers New York, Oct. 8 — M>)— Dan Towlcr, who totos the football for little Washington and Jefferson college of Washington. Pa., is the nation's leading college scorer. Towlcr in throe games has contributed 1 touchdowns and eight points-after for a total of 74 points. That easily outstrips the top point- makers in tho established conferences. Among the larger schools, Lou Kusserow, Columbia halfback, is the pace-setter with nine touchdowns and 54 points. Doak Walker, Southern Methodist University's All-America, has seven touchdowns and 11 extra points for 53 points. George Thomas of Oklahoma tops Big Seven conference scorers with 30 points. Art Hodges of Wichita leads the Missouri Valley Conference with 34. Irish Remain The 40'ers, sparked by Frankie Albert, turned back the Yanks 21""" " ' " " the the 7. The defending Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills, 31-14. champs, thumped 3s Winner of Forf Smith Meet- By JIM THOMASSON Furl Smith, Oct. 18 — f-'P) — Tho W$fa£..:. ••':•:.::....'JJ~What a spot for a mouthwash salesman! Otto and mum, iwo hippopotamuses (or .hippopotami, if you're technical), open wide at the Whipsnade, England, Zoo. That haystack in Otto's maw is a little betwcen-meals snack. (/P).— here It in to New York, Oct .18 be interesting from ,,..,^. watch the reaction of Pacific Coast football fans lo Ihe prospect of entertaining a second-rate team in •the bowl again this year . . U mav decisive walloping of Northwestern Saturday, all tho other big Nino By Hush S. Fullorton. Jr. will ~ Wolverines aren't eligible lo go lo th obowl again this yea.r . .It'may be a- better game because of thai.". .Dazed on comparative score sand [general inormation, we'd say that California, the probable * Westj T Coast rcpresontaiive. is about as | il '-' acll ers strong as a good Ivy League loam I Tech, Teachers Meet-This Week Littlc Rock . Oct ,o_ Ohio wizard,' Frank Stranahan of loledo. still is the champion of H;>rdscrahl)lo Country club's invitational men's golf' m r -nt. Despite a cold wind which at tunes approached gale force iSu-anahan kept control'of his irons' p" oust Jack Goiss, St. Louis Mo' ' i and (i in yesterday's final match' Stranahan. holder of tho and Canadian open titles. —which isn't conference co-eha.'Tipions of "last year and favorites of this year comes up this week. But the head-on clash of Arkansas Tech and Arkansas State at Russellville Saturday doesn't now loom as Premature Announcement. .... When Penn's Chuck Bodnarik ia-[dropped back lo the full back snol "nd pitched a pass I incomplete' against Columbia Saturday, the press box announcer rorn'arked: "Mow he's done everything". Thai wasn't unite correct .IJeclna- -.-- ril-:. who'd lie a (id-minute center British |except for the fact thai ho moves J!he Wondci played jto fullback to punt — and occasion- islanding the all-doc'/ling battle it had promised lo bo, L-,nd all because of Henderson's underrated Roddies. The noddies staged the biggest A 1C upi-.at in years by handing lh" Teachois their first conference de- loat in two yoars. (i-0. last Saturday iu;:ht. Tech. also was knocked from tho Boys' conference v'.'m'iv'rl '•" OV(M \ lhl -; ifi '' mJ yard'ro^lally rnn - never had scored Mat np,d course in throe over par [touchdown. . .His big air lil'.-.Tlr'.'r'i 'I 1 onl >' ( 9» u "ver on | to goi one and he made the scheduled I man look good a short Columbia hol 2 holes of final. Dunn-; iho morning round (hr 'fnc.iiig champion had to come bohmd on iv/o occasions liiiss hail him one 'down yoin" "iiu Ih.e fourth but a birdie Vhroo i_>\\ Stranahan evened things up. l 'o'i ; /i '''• L ' ain s ' 101 - nhoad on the Stranahaii pulled up even <-loven:h and finished ihe tin oe np. Stranahaji iron shots paid m the nfternoon. Ho lost only (wo nt'les and closed out the round W'Ui a par on the 12th. ansas A. and M., the only loam besides Tech to boast a por- its tough- m bit ion wa ^h,,,,^;^;^ blocked Columbia; W iih Little Hook Ju.'-i- over the goal jmis \veok. eonferoncc one point. By WILL GRIMSLEY Now York, Oct. IB —I/PI—Michigan and Notre Dame, sailing along on the longest winning streaks in college football, wore back in their familiar roles today as the leading candidates for national honors, The list of unbeaten, untied teams numbers 11, still an imposing array, but the schedules seem to favor these two mighties from Ihe midlands who finished last season 1-2 in the Associated Press (poll. j The East, cradle of the sport it can no longer dominate, has four of the unblemished representatives in Army, Cornell. Pennsylvania and Penn State, but they scuffle among themselves in a round- robin that is likely to leave all of them scarred. In boiler shape are Ihe other unboatons — Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Clernson from tho heart of Dixie, and California and Nevada from the Far West. The three Southern teams fortunately don't run into each other and wind up their schedules against sectional foes. California plays a strict Pacific Coast card the rest of the way. Nevada the little team that lead tho nation in offense, doesn't meet opposition of the size to warrant much national consideration. Two of the unboatcns collide this coming Saturday when Army meets Cornell at Ithaca. They have won four games each, yet remain something of an unknown quantity. Michigan's Wolverines graduated Irom the question-mark class Saturday with a resounding 28-0 conquest of Northwestern. They proved they could still get along without All-America Bob Chappuis and Bump Elliott. Notre Dame also turned in a professionally poised performance in subduing Nebraska, 44-13. North Carolina's big, talented team — No. 1 in the AP poll last week—fell short of expectations when it ran up against an aroused family rival, North Carolina State The Tar Heels put on a last half push to get a 14-0 victory. California's Bears were ijnpres- ;ive in scoring their fifth straight triumph—a 42-0 rout of Oregon Stale. Army trounced Harvard, 20-7 Penn squeezed out a 20-14 last minute victory over Columbia. Penn State won over West Virginia, 37-7. Cornell smothered Syracuse, 34-7. Perm and Penn Stale were unbeaten last year, too. Georgia Tech, operating one of the cleverest ball-handling teams m the country with its razzle-dazzle 1. chalked up No. 4, whipping Auburn, 27-0. After Florida this week, Tech moots Duke, Tennessee and Alabama on successive Saturdays—a mean row. Clemson was idle. Nevada kept its slate clean by- licking St. Mary's Gaels in a Sunday game, 4(1-20. j Mississippi, the Southeastern ! Conference champion, was shipped i by a rcsurging Tulaiio, 20,7, while | Maryland bowed to Duke, 13-12 Detroit lost its first game ui Miami (Fla.), G-0. Stanford fashioned a reversal form on the Coast by lashing a fa off Winner of Glendale Open Meet Buck Read, president of ihe National Basketball Coaches Associa- i lion is planning to rotiie from ' coaching at tho end of his ;;th season at Western Michigan college. . .The Tournament of Champions has received an offer of 5130,000 from Cincinnati's Ham Becker to promote a A'larcol Cerdan fight there next summer. Booker also plans to stage fights in the new Cincinnati arena, which is to be finished by Fobrurary. ! New Orleans also 'is interested in having Cordan show there ; di Gras time. it lan»lcs r College Little Hock lost its only start to Teachers by Monday, October 18, 1948 BBOADCA8TIMO SYSTEM Monday p.m., Oct. 18 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M :• 5:45 Torn Mix—M G:00 The Inside Story ! 6:15 News, Five Star Edition 0:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 The Falcon—M 7:30 Gregory Hood—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Hcattcr—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrccl—- M 8:30 The Atom and You—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Fishing & Hunting Club—' 1 9:30 Michael Zarron's Ovch.—M 9:45 Tom Grant's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News 1 —M 10:15 Stan Patton's Orch.—M 10:30 Eddy Duchin's Orch.—M 1.0:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Tuesday a.m., Oct. 19 5:57 Sign On C:00 Hillbilly Hocdown 6:15 Morning Musicalo 0:25 Bargain Roundup 6:30 News. First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 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 Slogan Parade 8:55 According to the Record 9:00 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. Lincllahr—M 10:30 Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—M Tuesday p.m., Oct. 19 12:00 12:10 12:35 12:30 12:35 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 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 G:30 0:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 vorcci U. C. L. A. ,34-14. Oregon established itself as a co-favorite with California by trimming Southern Caliorna, 8-7. Southern Methodist bounced back from its loss to Missouri and REMOVED FREE Within -10 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial \i-"ti2'.', (phi.ne collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 Let Us Rebuild Your Gfd k i A. <^»"»BMB<fc P** &"*>«•« MATTRESS or moke your old one into a comfoftable Inncraprlng. One Day Service "Ail Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co, 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 nendale. Calif., Oct. 1(! (,'f>i. _ !'s professional nomads scald to the lour winds today' the '••''•• tournament campaigns' ' vir t'laHy over, and once again M u - '•••inmT of the last one was lelieves Democracies Have 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 10:35 11:00 News. Home Edition Market Time Song of the Day Polka Interlude Farm Fair Eddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Heart's Desire—M Red Benson's Movie Show —M Vocal Varieties The Johnson Family—M Time to Dance Two-Ton Baker—M Swinj? Time Social Security Day by Day Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News, Five mar Final Today in Sports News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M Mysterious Traveler—M Official Detective—M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Hcatter—M Mutual Newsrccl—AI Lone Wolf—M Bill Henry, News—M American Forum of Air—M Jimmy Fealherslone's Orch —M All the News—M Joe Reicbman's Orch.—M Dizzy Gillesme's Orch —M Jerry Wald's Orch.—M Mutual Ncw.i—Ivl Sign-Off '* the Top Radio Programs Now York, Oct. 13 — i,Ti—LKen- mg tonight (Monday i: NBC — 7 Cavalcade D r a m a "Darkest. Hour;" 8 Voorhoes Concert. Gladys- Swaiihout; 11:30 1. . Quiz n Con-', tented Concert. . ! CBS — 7 Inner Sanctum; Ida;Lupino in "Razor Edge;" 7:3Q Godfrey Talent Scouts;' 0:30 Bob Hawk quiz. ABC—7 Gordon Macrae show; 8 iMusio and Mr. Blame; 9 Comment; and news half-hour; 9:30 Kay Starr' Time. MB S— 7 The Falcon 7:30 Grogory Hood Casebook; 9 Fish and ; Hunt club. By AP DeVVITT Foreign MacKENZJE Affairs Analyst Dots Gus all, Brothers ;u '" I Signs are increasing that Iho democracies finally have the Com- I liberty" imnnist aggression in Europe fairly Ilike Cz Gym loday lor .'oil in Your hand, correspondent when such pressure has boon cro- ".ted there are likely to bo revolts tho Rod domination by the loving peoples of countries i-choslovalcia. )e i bout with Freddie-'Mills. Walcoil or Lee Savoid it's training . . . Char! regular Princeton haltback U'.ai L.H-.>' t>:il ' s ;1 I4(>, now toots a clarinet in Bc- n [the Tiger Viand so he can see iho games In inaugural $1:1.000 : terday with a l.'j- Even more swooping claim of ,, ,. ., - ,. -r-'Hsucccss comes from Paul G Hoff..,.-, attention o this gratilymg j man, Economic Cooperation Ardency but returns to the ,ua- I ministrator, who declares that because the success of t if "tho Marshall Plan has not only Western Allies is a much needed !slopped the march of Communism to the dismal predK-Uons | but has turned the tide in the I her ... . ., '- '" lnl - uuiei walloped nice, tell?"' ^"< l "'-. hcr . s «ys>at if still figure to' 1 1 11: 15 p. m. Tuesday a. m. UN Double or CBS — Malune. CBC — 10:30 a. in. Ted Malono- p. m. Breakfast in Hollywood. ' items: NBC Week program; No.thing 12:30 ,n. m. Young Doc 11 a. m. Kate Smith half" hour. i'.ogan won Hi 'eilli.'ile Open y !'ioi- par score ,.,f 75 for the 7 nes ol play at the Oakmont dren- V club. l'::.'iiam Bon erased Lloyd Ma*i"••''''•• s victory hopes in" voslor- al round with a (M---,'.'i ; ./,i der par lor the oour.se and the competitive record M up previously in the to'n- :.<>• Skip Alexander of l.,'-.\i. C. .'.m had a 70 yesterday for Hogari pocketed .^2.- monov and brou.uhl h; s • •iH play this year, •coived $) 7511 ' and r finislied in ihiid (Jti for 279 and Sl,2vl, .'oil, Memphis tourlh with a 71 for ;.';i;j ) to round out !he inn i'.':(i is useu in eiia- cibrasive wheels lor working m marble and granite. , . ourseh'os | Western European countries .vnHoped Rioo, 33-7. Tho Mustangs Football Scores By The Associated Press Nevada •!;; St. Mary's 20. Loras •! list. Jo.-'.'ph's di-ti St. Thomas 53 St. Ambro.-e St. Vii'.ce.iM V,j Alliance 12. Laic Saturday Scores Wake Forest -i 1 !lum!e-:ne Delia i Mis--1 T .\v iN.-bi 'l\ an;, fooling ot|]nain free nations and stay united these obviously j wnh America, "We can, f'believe JTOUS tiays. there is sound iva-jbe sure that no aggressor will lor encouragement. {march against us." t ' L1Lb - 01 Well, there wo have encouraging testimony from expert observers in throe different walks of life: Military, education and big business. quote them not only because of their position but because their views are running in the same channel and also represent the consensus of objective professional observers. Hov.'ever, while the Soviets have used up most of their heuvisl ammunition in Europe. \ve must expect a good deal of hard fighting yet. France and Italy, with' their great and powerful Communist parties, remain danger spots and . -. - - ,tho Bolshevists are exploiting those world opinion, i unhappy nations to the utmost. ; will force the Thus it is good to hear from Mr.' iHoftman that there have boon no- manitaiiio,'tublo improvements in botii countries. Then, too, we mustn't overlook .. V , Create pressure |the groat offensive which the Red bin let domination m the iCominform is pressing in the Ori- counlne,:. Personally. I out. It's too early to predict what there are many signs that may come out of that. a Divided \Yorid.:;' "l!' Great Britain. France firm in their positions rec- be ono of tho nation's best. Other important results: East-Dartmouth 41 Colgate IB- Pittsburgh 21 M a r q n r t to 7; Rutgers 22 Princeton 0; Brown 14 Holy Cross (i Missouri 35 Navy South-Davidson 14 The Citadel G; Tennessee 21 Alabama G:\'an- dorbilt 2G Kentucky 7 Viruin'ia 41 Washington and Loo G: V. M I 0 Richmond-O Georgia '>'' i ouisi-.n'i -St.-ile II. Midwest-Iowa State 13 Colorado/: Michigan Siale til Arizona 7; Mmnesota (! l!lini>is 0: Okhihoma •12 Kansas Slate 0; Ohio State 17 JiiMiana 0: Mississippi State 27 Cin- cninuti (1; Purdue 20 lo'.va 13 Yale Far West- Colorado A. and M.21 Wyoming 20 Idaho State S8 Colorado State G; \Vashinxlon State 10 W.'shinyton 0: t'tuh 17 Denver 0. ^ Southwest-Toxas 14 Arkansas G: Texas Christian 27 Texas A. and M. 14; Baylor 13 Texas Tech 0. Still, the democracies have full right to bo confident of ultimate success.

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