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Poge SI* HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, November 5, 1948 Words Up to 15 . 16 to 20 ... 21 to 25 .. 26 to 30 .., 91 to 35 . 8B to 40... 41 to 45 ... 46 to 50 Ads Mtut Be in Office Day Before Publication Three Six Oner —— Day Days Days Month .45 .60 . .75 Jo ,1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3 g 1.50 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 Rates are for Continuous ... .. Insertions Only All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable pi-icos. See E M Mc- Wniiams at McWilliams Seed Store. Hope, Arkansas. D-lmo GREEN OAK WOOD, .$2.00 PER riclc, green pine $1.50 per rick. Call at Gunter Mill. 30-31 TWO WHEEL TRAILER HOUSE C. L. Barnes, Phillips Addition on old 07 .West. l-3i Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR oil makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West. 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 1220- W., Hope, Arkansas. LET US nENOVATE~YOU~R O"LD mattress, or make it into a now . innerspring. One day service in town. Bripht Mattress Company. Phone 930-J-2. ]-2w VETERAN WITH" WELDING~AND some mechanic experience wants On-lhe-Job Training as Mechanic Steady worker, Phone 1112-W-1. 2-31 1039 CHEVROLET excellent condition. West 6th Street. COUPE, IN See it at Sir 3-31 FURGESON..;022 SEED OATS Gem 86%; Purity on.5. Call 01 See Fred Petro, Spring Hill road Route 1, Pjipne 2G-W-12. 2-Gt JPANSY PLANTS. SET THEM now; buy;-them at Monts Seeo _ Store. ;:-; 2-3t TURKEYS. -FANCY CORN "FED Six months"old November 10 12 to 35 Ibs. Call Dr. Alexander _JPhone 18-,or 808-W. 2-Ot 1047, SPECrAt"3iTuXE~4To Plymouth,;-with radio, heater and spot light. .-Low mileage. Phone 1061-J-4 after 4 p.m. 2-31 MY HOME!; ONE MILE FROM city limits:-East on highway 67 Phone 1154-W-3, P. O. Box 297. , Joe D. Brown. i 3-31 13 ACRES ;J,01NING~~PRESCOTT Airport on .Highway 67. Inquire Rosewood ,'Shoppc, 3 miles South ol Prosc6.tt; Arkansas on Highway 07. -£;•, 3.31; ROQJvr- MODERN HOUSE"Venetian .'Winds, floor furnace, attic ian.Tftood neighborhood, oh East 15th "Street. Buy and move in. Price reduced to $1,500 cash balance $3,350 payable $28. . per month. This is a real buy. Floyd Porterfield ' & Son. 4-3t 1946 CHEVROLET P/i TON TRUCK Good condition, bargain for cash. With or without dump body. Can be seen at Cross Service Station _. ' ; _._.._ ______ 4 - Gt GOOD SECOND HAND FURNI- ture. Living room suite, kitchenette stove, breakfast room suite, Servol gas refrigerator, rocker > china closet, kitchen table. Will sell reasonable, leaving town. Phone 09f£,W or .36. .... 5-3t Real Estate tor Sale PRACTICALLY NEW FOUR room cottage; semi-modern, two porches, one inclosed for sleeping, garage,, storage room, barn, poultry house, fenced in yard, 1 several lot's,' all for S2850 On terms. Tyler's Realty Service, Sole Agent,. Cotton Row. 5-3t For 'Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. % mile East of Hope On HiQhway <i Gentry.;* Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL,; BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS During The Winter Months LONG RANGE SHOOTING GALLERY Located at 117 South Main Across from the Rlalto Theatre. HAVK YOUR I.ftANO TUNED, preserve tone, duality and value Call Claud Taylor, Phone 707-.T 3-3t SPECIAL XM^~irATES~~FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson. Phone 28 Nights, 3GO-W City Hall. 4-1 mo CALL US FOR FUKNri r URE repair, refinish, and upholster- in rr. Mrs. C. J. Barnes, Phone JHfi-J after 4 p.m. 4.31. Wanted to Buy By V/e«tbrook Peglet Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndlcato, 3 ROW MIDDLEBUIISTEU TO FIT F-20 -or F-30- Farmall tractor. Write Johnnie Thompson, Star Route, Washington. Arkansas. Losf TWO YEARLINGS ABOUT V& years old, 1 brown Jersey heifer and 1 red whitefaee s'e'er. Last seen on .highway -29, near Anthony Mill or near Hinton's Dairy on Spring Hill road. Reward. Finder call E. R. Brown 3-41 REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and UseU Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refriqerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. MqPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 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 Qnd efficient service on al! makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1260 «r 1231.4 Niehts and Sunday* 119 Edgewood Hope WHITE AND'- BLACK SETTER male, about;. 1 year oId.'We"ariti£ old collar-'atid answers to name of "JEEP".-Call S. B. Ward, Jr.. Phono,G52-W. Howard. 4-31 For Rent 2-. 3- R O O M UNFURNISH ED apartments; near Schoolcy's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. ,1 E Schooley. ]]-tf ONE 0 ROOM"'.'.HOUSE WITH' balh. 1002 East 2nd street- Carl Bruncr, Phone 843. 3fl-3t Now York, Nov. 4 -- I have received an enlightening letter from a man who held an important position in our embassy in Japan when Henry Wallace's Kuril, Nicholas Kocnch, passed through on his way to raise ruckus in Manchuria and China. On this expedition. Hoerich and his suite used credential?; from the Department, of Af;ric'jl- Inrc because Cordell Hull, the secretary of State, had a foldni- hi;/h ar, a tomcat's brick on Ihe old fortune-teller and refused to «ivc hirn a passport. Wallace is, as I have often said, a consummate sneak, so he- gol the ear of President. Roosevelt and Roosevelt helped him send his guru on his troublesome way. You observe that 1 have' been Roosevelt himself into the affairs of the queer concern in the lamasery on Riverside Drive. where Senator Bub Wagner and Congressman Sol Bloom were implicated and where Morris Ernst, the eminent export on irregular sexual activities, turned up as one of Roerich's well-wishers and s counsel to a faction in the grand ultimate inevitable fight over money. Counselor Ernst recently wrote auxiliary to the notorious Kin- report in the role of qualified Southwest Crowds Show Biggest Increase New York, Nov. fi —UP)— Almost 1,000 more persons are in the average college football crowd this season than last. The average crovyd is 25,340, according to an Associated Press survey of home attendance al 100 representative schools over the nation. Last year it was 24,. WO. The biggest increase is in the Southwest. Conference, but crowds : ire larger everywhere except in the East. The six Texas schools and Arkansas which make up the Southwest circuit arc 12.5 per cent ahead of 1947. Eastern attendance has fallen off the 4.9 4.4 per cent. In the Midwest increase is 7.7 per cent. It's ..„ per cent in the South and 1.5 in the Rocky in- will West including the Mountain, area. Nationally, the crease is an oven four per cent Average attendance in the mid- west has been 32,500; in the South we.st 29,430; East 23,157; South 22 010, and Far West 22,208. Arkansas Picked By CARL BELL Litllc Rock, Nov. 5 —• Wi — crystal ball went haywire week, dropping our football Our last forecasting average for the season to So we'll try picking them this week without the aid of any magic. Arkansas over Rice —That razorback line operating an soy authority. "I am delighted," my informant says, "to give you all. I have on Hoorich and his trip to the Far East in the micl-'thirties under the auspices of his chela, Henry Wallace." Just as guru means a super-normal being and teacher, probably ol divine character, so chela means a disciple or pupil. Wallace has not dared to deny that he was a chela to Nicholas 'Roerieh, but them is no doubt that he was He was absolutely ga-ga and I am now slowly building up proof thai Roosevelt knew Henry had been as nulty as a praline over Roerich's hocuspocus when Roosevelt made him vice president. This' expedition to the Orient ..,..,„ „,. took place in 1934 and Roosevelt idamontal rule re- front of Scott, CampbelT,"pritchard and Company makes the Porkers look stronger than ever. The Owls are due to hit their stride, however, and the game should be a whale of a battle for the 35,000 who'll see it. Texas over Baylor — Just too much beef for the Bears, whose fortune is due to run out. Southern Methodist A. & M. — No one if this one comes way. Arkansas HAROLD CLAASSEN THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment, private bath. , No children or pets. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks, Phone 3G4. ' 2-3t ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. 214 East Second Street - 2-31 2 ROOM FURNISHED ' DOWN- stairs apartment. 418 Soiilh Elm , . '. 3-3t NEW 4 ROOM HOUSE WITH bath.' Venetian blinds, nice roomy garage, lot'frontago 150 x 300 V- mile from city limits North Highway 29. on 15 .3 1 ROOM FURNISHED ment-. Couple only. Phone !iB7-,T fi-3t Salesman Wanted RAWLEIGH DEALER WANTED at once. Good opportunity in City of Hope or next County. Write at once. Rawlcigh's, Dept. Ark 641-103, Memphis, Tenn. l-3t made Wallace vice president in l JSJ40, knowing that we were hell- bent for war. Resuming the letter: "My first knowledge of the affair came from a letter from the Secretary of Agriculture (Wallace) to the secretary ol' Stale (Hull) asking formal clearance for a pro posed expedition to be sent by Ag riculture to Mongolia to collect seeds of a drought resisting grass Ihe expedition was to include Roc- rich, who was to be the leader, several scientists from Agriculture and armed guards, to be supplied, New York, Nov. G — M 3 ) — Football experts can't bo 100 per cent correct either. This forecaster steps up lor another ride on the gridiron merry-goround aware that last week's record of 72 correct picks in 83 games for an av orage of ..... cat.o. That boosted the to 38!) correct, 11 average of .816. Poiui State at Pennsylvania- It isn't often that Ponn State's Nittany Lions come to the big ar>na •)l, Philadelphia. But when they do they usually are hungry. Penn Male. Missouri at Oklahoma: The fun- in this game is al will bo hard to dupli- scason's record wrong and in ways to pick the home town That would be Oklahoma. But virtually all the other indications point to Missouri. So the rule is broken Missouri. Stanford vs. Army at New York: Hie Cahfornians will discover that the present Army team isn't a toy It s dynamite. Army. Tennessee at Georgia Tech: Engineers, who do a big of .The pass- the of as I recall, cither by Ihe Peking marine detachment or by the army guard in Tientsin." Note, please, that Roosevelt himself ., , - - •- ing themselves, should have vignt answer for the tossing J .B. Proctor. Georgia Tech. Navy at Michigan: Pity the poor sailor on a day like this. Michigan Notre Dame at Indiana: The ' llloosiers' ace .back, George Talia- licrro : - ------- • '- •- is were were men t that Bubblehead's guru might kick up, possibly to be killed for the gratification of a slobbering jum blewil's religious infatuation. Re member, too, that Roosevelt had ample proof of Rocrich's danger ous character. and ; it would going to I Da me my ' •' ' injured. Even if he as a government bond help but little. Notre and Mary at North Caro- of fullbacks. North Foofrball By The Associated Press Stanford vs. Army at Now York —MBS 12:45 p, m., also-NBC tele- /ision, Tennessee- vs. Georgia Tech at All mil.-i—ABC 1:15. Football roundup—CBS" i;:JO in vhich H9 games arc- to be covered 'ither by direct pickup, telephone md station reports or via news vires; to run three hours and in"- •lude such games as NolrfV Dame nduma and Harvard-Princeton Mis.«e,,vi vs . oin.-ii'nma at Norman, Oklahoma at Norman, Okla!: 10. - "This letter (from Wallace Hull) was referred to the Far Eastern division of the State Department of which I was then a member. The area in which the expedition was to operate was then, as now, on confusion and disorder There was free-for-all fighting among all the parties—Japanese, Chinese, Mongols, Russians and Manchus. A letter was sent to FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt T!!e « Rubber Tll« 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 S. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7li23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 lieulture vetoing this hare-brained scheme. The Chela (Wallace) then went to the president (Roosevelt) who vetoed Hull's veto and gave his approval." Now we have Roosevelt himself implicated in Bubblehead's plani contrary to the judgment of Jina: ; A battle Carolina. Colgate at Cornell: Cornell. UCLA at California: -That Jackie Jensen sure loves to play football. California. Texas al Baylor: All season long to! ums have wondered what kept the --- Baylor unbeaten. The team may come apart this weekend but that is not likely. Baylor. Northwestern at Wisconsin: The Wildcats aren't going to blow a Rose Bowl chance this late in the season. Northwestern. Texas A. M. at Southern Methodist: The Aggies have won only once this season, SMU has lost over Texas 'ill nelicvo it out any other Jack Cramer Is Recognized as Best Tennis Pro New York, Nov. 5 —(/P)-— Jack Kramer of Los Angeles today gained official recognition as the best professional tennis player in the United States- He drew the No. 1 spot in the 1948 rankings of the Professional Lawn Tennis Association. Behind Kramer in the rankings came Bobby I{igg s O f Altadcna, The P. L..T. A. bracketed Don Budge and Frankio Kovacs of Oakland, Calif., in third .position. Mr. Truman Overcome Stiff Ha r Washington, Nov. 3 — W) . _ -• S. Truman's amazing vote tally Iliad been the presidential election demon charges. Washington, Nov. 5 —(/D— Alvin (.Take) Powell, who rose from Washington sandlots to big league baseball tame, killed himself yesterday at police headquarters. He, arrested on bad check ewers bolted (he Democratic convention in anger over Mr. Truman's civil riffhts program and formed the States' nights party. Poll-takers counted Gov. Thomas E. Dewcy ar, good "as elected. That perhaps was the low point of Missouri's Truman. Then he made an after-midnight acceptance speech to convention dele- i (gates that kindled a flame of hope Little Rock, Nov. 5 -r-(/P) — Fair!— °* a fighting never-say-dic battle and cool weather is predicted for tomorrow's football game between strritcd a quality of political leadership that measures well by the Roosevelt yardstick. - jtwo Five months ago organization antl leaders in the Democratic .-party tried to dump Mr. Truman. lie couldn't win, they said.. Henry A. I tody at Union Station after a local Wallace organized a splinter Pro- bole) asked police to question him • rcssive parly. A group -of South- i about some $.'!00 in worthless check.'.: cashed during a three-day stay. The 39-year-old former Yankee and Washington outfielder .tired pistol bullets into his chest' head before detectives could disarm him. Powell had been taken into cus- lech over Arkansas . ------A. & M. —The Wonder Boys and passing are enough the strong Aggie line in to this offset battle -tor the top spot in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference. Ouachita over Hendrix — The "Tigers now appear to be the AIC's strongest team. They're too hot to Jose to the Warriors oven 'if they have a letdown after their conquest of Teh. Magnolia A. & M. over Teachers — The Tutors will have Rex Pearcc and John oKriiegav back in the lineup, but A. fr M. has more balance. Bethel over Arkansas College —A shot in the dark. The highland- ers.of Balesville may have their best chance of scoring win No 1 Arkansas State over Henderson —- Those Roddies would like to spring another upset but don't, have quite enough spring. Hope High over Little Rock —We'll string along with an all-win- the Arkansas Razorbacks and ..^ Rice Owls, expected to attract 35 000 fans to War Memorial Stadium |hcre. But both teams kept wary eyes on cloudy skies as they added finishing touches to their preparations today. The Owls were to arrive here by plane at 1 p. m. They hoped to hold their final light workout on the field on which they will play for the first time. But Stadium Manager Allan Berry, fearing the stadium field—softened by heavy Fight-s Last Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia Willie Bertram, 135 1-2. New York, outpointed Jimmy Collins, 134 1-?., Philadelphia, 8. Fall River, Mass.—Johnny Ccsa- rio, HO, Boston, outpointed Joey iPcralla, 150, Tamaqua, Pa. 10. rain last night—might be torn up State |S ,°H?ht another field for the Owls drill Barring much rain tonight and of a fight in p. (o win the election. How did President Truman win the support that poured in those B X United Press millions of votes? These factors Pittsburgh—Sonny Hamtpon, 140," sland out: Buffalo, N. Y., outpointed Sammy' 1. Mr. Truman's own personal Mastream. 144. Pittsburgh, (10). fight against the overwhelming! Ncw York—(Sunnyside) — Tony odds of a party split wide over nisi'-" 1 ! 3un - 33( ! ;M - Ozone Park, nomination, splintered by factions. I N - Y apparently crumbling under thc' lljii '-• load of 1C year:: of continuous rule. I 2. His choice of issues, including what he called the "idiot" fiOlh Congress — "The second worst in history." He hammered at; (A) Enactment over his veto of the Tart-Hartley law so bitterly opposed by organized labor. I3H outpointed Joey Bclfoire," Philadelphia, (B). SCey West Plans Celebration to Welcome President Plans West, were Fla.. Nov. 4 — (/P) —'.' made today, for a if the forecast for tomorrow holds up, the playing field should be in pretty good shape by kickoff time (2 p. m.1 The stadium has a good draining system, and sunshine in the morning would help. The Razorbacks, especially anx- lous for a- dry field so their I blinding backfield speed will not'cent weeks (b) Failure to vote controls for a soaring ingl (c) Failure to provide range program to relieve the housing shortage. (d) Lack of action on rights program — A rccommenda- "No celebration" has been respccl- tion that cost electoral votes in the Jed. This time it will bo different. his Mayor MaitJand Adams has designated Sunday as "Harry S. Tru- re- man Day in Key West." eost-of-liv-1 mammoth celebration wlien President Trunian arrives at his favor- long- ite vacation retreat Sunday. On his four previous visits to this I southernmost city in the United lu's civil .States, Mr. Truman's request for south but doubtless added to popular vote in northern cities. *.~^" i Farm belt uneasiness in over grain price a limbering-up session „„ _ 1 ,^^ville this afternoon before board- •-!----. ..... u^,,;----- ..-^..^ ^.^, ^i MM i jjij»..<_- - e cv pans o gv -° S ' e P through dines stirred by Mr. Truman's ar- famous tour st a hero's sion at Fayette- gomonts that the COth Congress 'it plans to decorate the '"'""" u " ..... ' ' guard against Little Rock's aerial'to attack. It can spell Blytheville over sudden North death. Little Rock — This despite the facts that the Chicks have injury troubles and the hot-then-cold Northsiclers are due to be hot this week. Looking at the other high school tangles: El Dorado over Fordyce Fort Smith to beat Texarkana) Hot Springs to edge Sutaiaco, Pine Bluff to spank Warren, Fayetle- ville over Springdale, Eentonville over Harrison, Van Buren to plaster Huntsville, Batesville over Wai nut Ridge, Paragould over Newport, Helena over Jonesboro. West Memphis over Marion, Fort Smith St. Anne's over Charleston, Russellville over Morrilton, Mena over Booneville, Clarksville over Paris Greenwood over Dardanelle, Benton to lick Conway, Camden over Magnolia. Smackover to trip Nash- jVille, DeQueen over Prescott, Crossett over Mon-ticello, Lake Village over Star City. Tech 50 is due to arrive just in time retire for the night, with no practice planned here. Despite the Owls' poor record to date ano. the fact that Arkansas is favored by seven to ten points, the Razorbacks are looking for a tough struggle tomorrow. It's usuaully "bout this time of the season that Jess Neely's boys in blue hit their do-j The city plans to give its most s welcome. crippled the price-support program turn'out 'lhe"Kcy"wesi"l-Iigh School and thai a Republican administra- ibnnd. lion would bring back H'32 farm 1 Adams said conditions. pastors of Less apparent was the part " i played in the outcome by the intcr- | national situation. 'Both'candidates . backs' And, more to the Razor- woe, they'll be facing an , acng another team which employs the deceptive T formation. Arkansas' hopes were heightened somewhat yesterday when Coach John Barnhill announced defensive be able to only once. You'll still be able on Sunday. repeat that statement Southern Methodist. Oregon at Washington: This is the site for a possible upset But one must go alone with the team with the better record. Oregon. Purdue at Minnesota: The Bo- By The Associated Press Arkansas Tech will try tomorrow night to regain the lead in the close race for the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football race. The Wonder Boys, knocked from the top spot for the first time in I four years by a loss to Ouachita I Louis Schaufele, No. 1 fullback, probably will „_ t ,^ ou play. Schaufele has been favorin^ ,a leg injury all week. Barnhill definitely has scratched off any possibility that Bill Nix first-string end, might be in condition to face the Owls. ' Otherwise, however, the Razorbacks are ready. Their offensive backfield unit of Clyde Scott, Leon Campbell, Ross Pritchard and Alvin, Duke or Bill Troxell is in top shape. Only one Rice regular is a doubtful performer. He is All- Southwest Center Joe Watson, who has a leg injury. A few general admission tickets for the game still are available Fans, remembering the 7-0 thriller the Razorbacks cooped from the Owls here two yea'r ago to share the Southwest Conference title with the Feathered Flock, have grabbed all 31.0G6 reserved seats. Democratic Con- governors elected he would request all. churches to ask divine guidance for President Truman during the trying years ahead. At the naval station, workmen meanwhile began putting final touches to the "Little White House," a rambling two story- frame dwelling en the station grounds. All hurricane damage to the grounds has been repaired. pledged firmness toward Russian communism and peace for a free western world. Few are the gressmen and „ ... _ yesterday who do not owe a measure of their success to Harry Truman's crusuading leadership.' If the final vote count continues him in the White House, it will be as a political leader who has literally lift- To Be National Monument ed himself and his party by his London —l/P)— Yugoslavia is own political bootstraps in an ex- making a national monument out • traordinary comeback. "f lnc cave from which Marshal That, in its turn, probably would Tito commanded his national liber-•'• spell a different President Truman ' « 1 - 1 °" army against the Germans." 1 in the next four years than the- one "Tito's cave" is near Drvar in who succeeded Franklin D Roosc- Bosnia somc 20 ° miles west of' velt on April 12, 1945. 1 Belgrade, the Yugoslav caoital. A ' broadcast dispatch of the Yugoslav.. news agency "Tanjug," heard in . London, said trees are to be plantr, ed around the cave and concrete' steps will lead to the entrance. New York state has more than 8,000 lakes and ponds. State Department which was based • i ! crinakei '- s haven't been'the pace Monti- on the fact that— "For almost at) years Nicholas Koench had l.cen regarded as a suspicious character and had been carefully watched. Tnere was in the State Department an enormous dossier on Koench which begins. I .seem to reine-mber, with a report irorn this British in India describing a Russian couple who had debouched over the Himalayas shortly alter the Russian revolution and took a Kinall cottage .somehwore in the hills. 1'lven during his stay in Die United Slates, Hoc-rich made their opener Minnesota. Notre ! Skipping over the rest in hurry: Friday over Tarkio. for lei Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 several trips to Central Asia purpo.ses which were not clear. "Kermit Hoo.si'vell (a son of pre.s- laenl Theodore Roosevelt), whom 1 hold in affectionate memory, told me thai when he and Suyclam Culling wore once coming down from the Himalaya;; and were followiiu' the uppermost reaches of the .1 snjjlsi', coining around the 1>< in a precipitous gorj;e. hundreds of miles Irotn nowhere, they saw a procession headed by a white woman wearim! a picture hat and carrying a fluffy para.sul. It was Mrs. Roerieh.' '(Known hv the Cultish name of Modra to ' Henry Wallace and other inlimaU-s of the goofy esoteric circle.) "Her husband was willi her. They gave no information as lo where they wi'iv bound or Jo,- u-liat purpose." This informant's inside lion confirms my own account;; ol the' dispi-rs; expedition, the exile- 'of 1 i India by a llnvut of pri jfranied-up iiu-uiiK- lax Bubbli-head Wallace's and c-ow.-irdlv attempt t his humiliating coiidnrt ishmenl of the juiru '.va>- that schemr. "The important ihhip " coin-hides, "is that Un- I wi'iii 'Hi! not mm ly wilhi.Mii joflii-ial approval of tin' Stan- 1) partmcnt bin agaiusl ii and disapproval. Ihanl; Ic-rveiitioii of ihe prcsid The truth ,,!' all ihi.s pr< UK- very fact Uii.il Uu- i->: wi-nt without pi ni'i-.sion Stall- I-H-parlim-nt. v.-'nii-h K ,->!o!u- could o\vi-ruli-. Then knew about Wallace'-, relaii I will night: Missouri Valley .Saturday: Dartmouth over Princeton over H over Syracuse. South: Alabama over Mississippi Southern. CU-mson over Furman Crc.-orj.;i> Washington over The Cita- U'.-oruia over Florida, Mississippi over Auburn North Carolina over over Midwest: Iowa State Slate over uvvr Kans;j State over Virginia. Tulanc over Ki'i'.a Aiililary, Vanderbilt Louisiana State, Wake Forest J)ilki.-. Illinois over Iowa, over Drake, Michigan MarqueUe, Nebraska — -State, Ohio State over l itlshurgh, Oklahoma A & M over I'll.sa, Wichita over St. Louis. \-ushington (Mo) over Grinnell. •Southwest: Arkansas over Rice. Texas Tech o.vi-r loxas Mines, Abilene Chris- 11:111 ovvr Hardin-Simmons. Far West: . Colorado over Utah State \V-i-~h- nil-Mon State over Oregon llV-vuda over Santa Clara day i. last week, will tackle th. setting Arkansas Aggies at i cello. A. and M., now th(. (defeated team in conference play look oyer first place by tying State [Teachers while Tech was losing «| Magnolia A. and M., also once j beaten but having won one less Igame than Tech, can remain with- im breathing distance of first place M- Col n m hi-, !£ y tnmmin S Stale Teachers at fl-irvaid TVmnu' Comv , ay tom °'''-«w "ight. Teaeh- tidivaul, Temple C rs, however, will be nearer full strength than it has been for more than a month, with backs Rex Pearce. John Kornegay and Lee Roy Plummor clue to return from the injured list. Ouachita. needing to win the remainder of its games to protect a erne By GAYLE TALBOT New York. Nov. 5 ~i.4>,-On good authority, the nation's two out- fianaine footoah ganies tomorrov/ pit Missouri against Oklahoma at Nonnan, and Penn against Penn t Franltlin Fiekl in Phil!1 - -tf- -.*«w* V^A n .> .<^«ii H:Q tU pi IJltJCt U vir- mathematical chance of carting off 'those which makers their calloused are the tsvo contests on the professional odds'"•' point-giveis throw up hanHs aiT-l sny "you (Sun- first place, will entertain Hendrixlf: at Ouachita. Henderson will visit Jonc.sboro tomorrow for Arkansas State College's only conference tilt of the season. Stale joined the A1C too late to schedule a full slale of league games. A non-conference game tomorrow night will pit Bethol College against Arkansas College at Batesville. The wrapper was to be ripped oil the weekend's package of action thb afternoon when Little Rock Junior College celebrated, homecoming by meeting Ihe Col-, pick the winner." They'll points, one way give or the otner, game on the you on col- lege of the Ozarks in vision battle. .By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr. I'lnc-hnrst, N. C. Nov 5 — i/l') — i Lid you know that a lot of the best I is righl-handed golfers — Ben llopan tur one — are leillumded? I'lii-y'ri- natural southpaws but tney learned to use golf clubs from Ihe other side because Unit's the must clubs are made. . .And "lie knows Ihe left arm is the "Mm'.; member in playing j is that Mid-Western football fanat- nal we d like to know is lies have found as good a bet as " 'a tlu- "mai-ter" lor (citation — Michigan "Stale to enter the guy whose Maryland teams can cause all kinds of trouble for Southern Conference rivals — including Walker's Wake Forest boys. . other major lei'f schedule. | None of the country's "Big I HIVC." as chosen in the Associated 1 ress weekly poll, appears in UK- two toss-up battles. Penn was voted No. 7 and Missouri No 9 on the national roll. But other aspects of Die two struggles set them apart. ' Both Penn and Penn State boast lustrous unbeaten records from last year, and the two big. coarse- u'lained elevens are colliding for the first time in six seasons. Something is bound to tear, und a scli- a second-di-i° Ul , thl '°" K of 75.00.0 Pennsylvaians cant wait lo see it happen. 1'he duel out , in Oklahoma matches what appear to be tin- most poteul teams developed in the Prairie area since bef-'re Iho war. Each dropped ils opening game, Missouri to Ohio State and Oklahoma to Santa Clara. Since then each has bashed five on- I ponents. | Between them, they have BEVERLY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now — Don't wait —• Buy Today —- All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot — -i 1 1C Liyj Phone 221 Mail From Home Word trickling into this .scored four straight over th Soutiiwest. M i s s o ur i bonncin" Southern Methodist from the unbeaten list and Oklahoma laming K-xas, Texas Aggies and T. C. U. ihi> winner of tomorrow's tussle , will become a topheavy favorite j .\i Tin; Dope Koeru-h. many secret age partn)(:-nts. and interc'tit of ina'i.y as Wagner. Blooni and Emit, ii is you're a baseball manager," not easy to behcvi- ihat lu- \vas jPt-ahcad's intuition must umorant ul the iioot'y guru letters faih-d once. He claims to when IK- niadi- Wallace vice PIVM- liafkui Jim Tatum for dent. an.i i •'Hi-las Clyde Walker, 'L-st luoiball eoiieh who used lo a -minor loaguo manager, main: "All you got to do to man- i' a ball team is to know when lake out a pitcher. It's intuition. you know when to jerk a oitehur the Big Nine and make it a Big [Ten again at the December eont'er- ji-nce meeting They say even Michigan's Fritz Crizler can't Wake | block thi.s move, though he pi-olj- 1 • iibly would like to after Ihe ruut;h afu-nioon the Spartans giive the university a few weeks ago, . . . Frank Sliva, who general-managed in baseball have the Topeka Owls summer, is having a "vacation" as football broadcaster around Boston these days. Frank airs high outpost i for Bi« Seven honors. '. Possibly the day's third must interesting meeting from a na tional viewpoint is Ihe . inlei-sec- Honal fray between Armv an"! Stanford at Yankee-Stadium H affords a comparison of thu brand | t football being played on the | lv-'i seaboards. j Tin? unbeaten Cadets, with the ' hottest running game in the East are justifiable favorites, but Stanford has come strongly in its last throe games and is unimpressed by Army's No. 4 national rating. have ischool games Friday nights, Satur- a necktie day atternoon and night and Sun- hounds — and Jim day afternoons. Authorities estimate that 11.000 Americans will year, and more number will be die in fires this than double that badly burned. Homecoming Game N

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