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l*a§e tout HOPE STAR, HO P E, ARKANSAS CLASS! Adi Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Nurhber of One Three Six One, Tuesday, November 9, 1948 Words tJpto 15 . 16 to 120 ... 21 to 25.. 26 to SO 31 to 35 86 to 40 41 to 45 10 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 :1.50 .... Rates are for Continuous . Insertions Only • All want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .00 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.90 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M. McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo 1S46 CHEVROLET 11/2 TON TRUCK Good condition, bargain Tor cash. With;or without dump body. Can be seen, at Cross Service Station. 4-Gt (Lost LADIES' LIGHT BROWN BILL- fold cards containing and other identification papers. lost Friday night at Hammons Stadium. Finder keep money and return billfold to Hope Star office or to Peggy Williams, Phone 760-W. G-3t For Rent 2- 3-ROOM UNFURNISHED apartments, near - Sohooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. Mrs. ,1. E. Schooley, l]-tf FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private bath, private entrance. Couple preferred. 1007 South Fulton, Phone lOOfi-.T. 8-3t 1930. CHEVROLET COUPE, IN excellent condition. See it at 8i5 West 6lh street. 8-Gt ELECTRIC PORTABLE PHONO- graph. Phone 1C14-J after G p.m. 9-3t NoHce WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo LET US RENOVATE !YOUR~OLD mattress, or make it into a new Innerspring. One day service in town. Bright Mattress Company, Phone 030-J-2. l-2w SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now.to avoid the rush, Chas. Reynerscn, Phone 28 Nights, 3G9-W City Hall. 4-1 mo Wanted ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELD- erly lady during winter months. Mrs. Rogers, Phone 9882 between 8 and 5 and after 6 p.m. Phon J199-J-1. 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment. private entrance, private bath and electric refrigerator. 321. N. Hamilton. Phone '5J35-J. !)-3t 445-ACRE FARM. 108 ACRES IN . cultivation. Plenty of running water. Good five-room house. See Mrs. Gallic Halfield after 3 p.m. at 015 South Main,Street, Hope, Gicnn Dobbs, Jr. Leading Pro Offense Man New York, Nov. 9 — f/P) — Glenn Dobbs. Jr., the triple-thrcater of the Los Angeles football Dons, is not one to let a little thing like a set of damaged ribs and a wrenched back hold him down. Despite these calamities, the former Tulsa star piled up 2.30 yards running nnd passing against the New York Yankees last Sunday in an All-America Conference game. • ' New York won Ihn lilt. Hfl-G, but Dobbs' one in/in job of yard-covering gained him the role of the league's No. 1 offensive performer. Conference statistics. released today, show Dobbs with a total of 1,9<)G yards gained by air , land in the have played. and games the Dons Michigan Back at Top of Football List •.New York. Nov. 9 — W) — The Michigan Wolverines topped the nation's football teams in the weekly Associated Press poll of Sports writers today, regaining first place ,,*;„? from Notre Dame by a slim mar- : scoutln e o£ possible teams until Kin. ' ast , WRek - • • -Prospect is that the _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr._ New York, Nov. 9 — (/!>/ ~- Wanna go bowling?. . . .it really is too early to guess at the teams for those Jan. 1 football "bowl" games but the real puzzler seems to be .The the Orange. Bowl setup. . . . Miami folks didn't begin serious scouting of fiin .Although Michigan, 80-77, Coach Lester -Bradley of Nashville said today that the Nashville! Southeastern champTon" wilT"co"to Arkadelphia game originally sehc- } £ I f' sh f ir ay Uc .S rcd lhc s «e or Bo «" and the next best dulc £ Ior F ™?y. . will be played Nashville and Arkadelphia to Play Thursday first place voles. The point total gave Michigan the No. 1 spot by a margin of 1.836 to 1,775—just the opposite of last week. Army surged into to the Orange Bwol. . . .Maybe the Camellia Bowl promoters at LaFayette, La., were calling a shot when they invited the North Caro- thh ! d , He has ?.'•>?, yards to his credit [the country and a total in rushing and 1.503 in passing. ' This puts him ahead of Y. A. Tittle of Baltimore, the crack rookie, who has a total of 1,858 yards, and George Ratlerman of Buffalo, la;.-f week's pace setter, who has 1,824. Dobbs also averaged 5.3.3 yards or Phone 404-R. 9-31 on three kicks to boost his season's average to 40.1 yards. He holds the all-time league record of 47.8 yards, set, in 194(5, Wonted fro Buy BEGINNER WANTS BABY PIGS and small heifer calves. H. Carlson, Route 2, Box 159, Hope, Arkansas. • 9-Gt Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOR A GOOD man. Write Box .08 for full information. 8-Gt Veteran Player Named Director of White Sox Chicago, Nov. 9 —(/Pj— George Toporcer, 49- year old veteran baseball player, manager and scoutl has becn "PPointed field di- Real Estate for Sale „",';.) rector of the Chicago White Sox '__• \ loporccr, the first major league NEW 4 ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. Venetian blinds, nice roomy garage, lot frontage 150 x 300. 'i mile from city limits North on Highway 29. Henry Gray. (j-3t 13 ACRES JOINING PRESCOTT Airport, Highway G7. Inqiih-0 at Rosewood Shoppe, 3 miles South of Prescott on Highway G7. G-3t FIVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE, Venetian blinds, floor furnace, attic fan, good neighborhood, on East 15th Street. Buy aiicl move in. Price reduced to $1,500 cash, balance $3,350 payable $28. per month. This is a real buy. Floyd Porterfield & Son. 9-3t NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY, stock of goods and fixtures. Small living quarters. In residential district. Phone 1258. 9-3t MY HOME AT 123 SOUTH WASH- ington street. 5 rooms. 2 bedrooms, screened back porch. Lot 50 x 220, pavement paid out. Close in. Pay 1/3 down, will carry balance. See Erie Ross at O, K. Barber Shop or phone 3G9-J, Hope Arkansas. 9-3t 'For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. % mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) • Refrigerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidaire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 Let Us Rebuild Your Old MATTRESS or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 WE HAVE ,.,. Seed Oats, Ajstrian 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 By Weatbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. with M first place ballots and I,. 553 points. California moved up a peg to fourth, with 11 of the 205 voters ranking them the best in the country and a total of 1 244 points. Perm State showed the most startling advance, jumping from 14th to fifth on its fine 13-0 victory over previously unbeaten Pennsylvania. The Nittany Lions drew ^only one first place pick but Una footballers to train there along place with the Tar Heel basketball team, had 840 points. Despite North Carolina's unex- The election returns mean no more than a party victory to the old professional hacks of the big cities —'O'Dwyer, Hague and Curley of the active list and Farley, Flynn and Kelly of the ancients. pcactcd 7-7 tie with William and Mary, the Tar Heels pulled seven firsts and ranked sixth with 757 points. They dropped only three pegs on the tie. Southern Methodist, a 20-14 winner over the Texas Aggies, moved up one step to seventh with 625 [points and Northwestern hopped [into eighth position on a 16-7 margin over Wisconsin with a point total of 575. Oklahoma came out of nowhere, hopping from 15th to ninth with 4GC points by smothering high- ranked Missouri, 41-7. Clurnson moved into tenth place with 284, Penn State, Oklahoma and Clemson are the new faces in the top 10. They shoved out Georgia Tech which fell from sixth to llth, Pennsylvania which dropped from 7th to 17th, and Missouri, which tumbled from ninth to 20th. which plays Arizona in that bowl feature. .Some of the hopefuls who'd like to get invitations are Clemson and St. Thomas (Minnesota). One-minute Sports Page Chuck Dressen says he doesn't have a contract to manage the Oakland baseball club. "I don't need a contract; they're fine people," says Chuck. . . Norfolk, Va., will be the site of the all-Navy football finals this year — Atlantic vs Pacific — with the March of Dimes getting the receipts. . . .Only 11 scoreless games have beeh played in the National Hockey League in on Scrapper Field at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. ten years. .Henry Frnka's Tulane footballers don't refer to their living quarters as a "dormitory" or "barracks," but use the fancy- sounding name of "hotel 11 for- the fancy looking place. Cleaning the Cuff Jimmy Phelan, whose Los geles Dons have faced both Cleveland Brpwns and the Anthe San trancisco 49'ers, predicts they'll split even in their two regular season encounters and will have to play off for the All America Conference Western title Report --- addition to Michigan, Notre it may mean no more than that Dame, Army, California. Penn to President Truman, But to the;State and North Carolina other re„,,„„,„„ .>,,,, ,,;„,,,.. :..,..,,: .... I __:..:_.. fjrst p]ace ^^ ^^ i 5, Clemson 8 and Michigan Slate and Georgia, each one. cunning and highly intelligent con-|cciving firs spirators of the left it means that Oklahoma 5, the American republic that pros- nitfieldcr to wear glasses while ilaying. spent 14 years with the St. Louis Cardinals' system and 14 norc with the Boston Red Sox network. He was with the Rochester Red Wings when they won three pen- ants from 1928 through 1930 and was voted the most valuable player in the International League in 1929 and 1930. In 1932, he succeeded Billy Southworth as manager of Rochester and remained ' three years before becoming president- manager- player of the Rocky Mount, N. C., Club in the Piedmont League. He managed Little Rock of the Southern Association in 1939 and Albany of the Eastern League in In 1942 and 1943, Toporcer scouted for the Red Sox and then was appointed farm direcot, a post he held until the end of the 1948 sea- Toporcor succeeds Patsy O'Rou'r- e who wps released in the White Sox recent shakeup which saw Jack Onslow replace Teddy Lyons as manager and Frank Lane succeed Leslie M. O'Connor as general manager. Cleveland and 49ers Meet This Weekend Cleveland, Nov. 9 —(/f) — There will be a head-on collision in Cleveland s lakefront stadium next Sunday. When the wreckage is cleared, the Cleveland Brow pered and created a standard of living beyond comparison in history is done for. Now we go socialistic after England and are never coming the San Francisco 49crs emerge as the leader of the All- America Conference's Western division. The Browns, champions of the circuit since it started functioning in 1946, are riding a 12-game winning streak, while the '4!1er.s. the most prolific scoring aggregation in pro ball this year, have won 10 straight. Cleveland has gone 18 games without a defeat while San Francisco hasn't been on the short end in the last 13 games. In fact, the last tune the 49ers lost, the Browns were the team that turned the trick. That was in the later part of the 1947 season when the browns came up with a 37-14 triumph. On the other hand, the 49ers are one of two teams that have beaten the Browns since the circuit began operating. San Francisco downed Cleveland 34-20 back in 194(i, but ..'b.'.'orbed defeat in meetin , the other ihrce FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aaphalt Tile * Rubber Tile ROY ALLISON Phone 280 Missouri recieved 31 points Kansas was 24th with 13. back. Truman's 81st Congress will come in snorting for the blood of the aristocrats whom the president so noisily damned. The mob- •ulc of the union gangsters has seen vindicated by the response to us theatrical shrieks against the Taft-Hartley Law, which now will 3c repealed, thus restoring the •ight of club and torch to the arown shirts of the party. Within 'i short time, under a fair construe- 0 ... tion of the response to one of his drafted tomorrow. great campaign issues, Mr. Tru-l Into major league baseball, that nnriYi mill *mr>4/->•>.» ,-,•.,;„„ «^._i i_ _t ;„ .... _i . _ j . •-«»•*.., v*xuv is Fine Cincinnati, Nov. 9 —W)— Some u.OOQ or more young men hope with all their might that they are man will restore price controls and the black markets with their fine business opportunities for deserving partisans. Rationing will soon ensue as a measure "short of war" so that we may feed and otherwise supply the people of Europe, who, we hope, will have the kindness to stand off the Russians for s. These peoples, however, will weigh their chances and decide not to be implicated in our evil designs lest the victorious Russian hordes apply the Nuremburg precedent and hang them as war criminals. We could hardly object to that remembering that we laid down that law, and we certainly couldn't raise a hand in their defense. Indeed, what with the rise of the Kremlin's own party in the United Slates during that time, a Henry Wallace government might hang them first, as war-mongers who created bad blood between us and our Bolshevik brothers. There is bleak comfort in the fact that if Mr. Dewey had been elected, he too, almost certainly would have had to revive most of the shortages, coupons and intricate files of personal pedigrees which Roosevelt so dearly loved, in preparation for the Roosevelt memorial war. That war is inevitable is, and not some -branch of the armed services. Representatives of the 16 clubs Leagues the American and National begin their bidding for minor loop talent at 11 a m m the office of Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler. Only 29 men were drafted last year at an outlay of $272,500, according to records in the commissioner's office. The tail-end clubs of the 1948 season will get first chance at the crop, under the rules. The world Champion Cleveland Indians Will be last to get a crack at the new talent, with Boston, pennane winner in the national circuit, 15th in line. Cellar-Dweller Chicago Cubs of the National loop, will get first chance at the field, with the Chicago White Sox, last place finisher in the American League following. A number of pitchers who were red hot in minor league play last season are expected to get a chance to do duty in the majors. One of them is Bob Malloy, a right hander for Indianapolis. The 30-year-old Malloy, who had a trial with Cincinnati in 1940, helped Indianapolis win the American Association penant last summer, by ..... from the Rockies says that Denver U., which' was planning to desert the Skyline Six and join the Missouri Valley Conference, gave up_such '^big-time" ideas after five straight defeats. .Bob Higgiris' report on Perm State's victory over Penn: "They schedule us every four .or five years and wo take that long to get ready for them." ..-._ ... ..,.....,.,„.,_,-----„ . i-,.-.i,.* Hi i n o L o u j 111 j 11; i . ijy thanks to the warm-hearted errors j copping 21 games while dropping ot the great philatelist in recognix- 7. 5 LET FOY DO IT * Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens e Cut Vacant Lot» • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BRIWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 Of 1231-J Nights and 8ui days 119 Edgewood Hope REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7(i^a (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 ing Russia, cultivating the Communist party here and propitiating Stalin in gallant pilgrimages to Teheran and Yalta. To those Americans who have lived long enough to see the de-| cline of freedom from the days of substantial wealth and comfort, low taxes and immunity from the peering of the FBI, the army intelligence, the Treasury and agents of the anti-Nazi league, the present is irksome and future ominous. The younger people, however, have never known peace of mind, simplicity and the plain .security that a man earned nt a working job. They have no basis for comparison. They never knew 1913. When Truman lold them that their high wages were a gift from him and Roosevelt he wasn't deceiving them except on the point that the inflation was created by Roosevelt to equalize the raises in pay. they get three times their work as workmen in dollars worth, a third in rent, clothing and food. It is an amusing fact for all things must pass, that the degradation of American people and their commitment to the Roosevelt memorial war with Russia are the work of European strays who were invited but wouldn't keep to their slums. On the contrary, they went to ni;;ht school, studying Marx and sub-courses in rioting, street fighting, picketing, provocation, parliamentary tactics and A $40,000 beauty—Hugh Radcliffe —also will be offered the market I he Phils of the National circuit reportedly paid the fancy figure for Radcliffe, a southpaw. • Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia—Ike Williams, 140, Trenton, N. Y., knocked but Buddy Gariea, 136, Galveston,, Tex. (1) p!e;i si i re-bent generously ignore them. The Americans v.'ere a little Mil-priced but lacked (lie intelligence to l,e alarmed when they discovered these people- a Washington, thick as flies . tl'e pleasures and palaces of Pain; Chicago—Roy Miller, 1G4, Kansas City, and Louis Gray, 163 St. Louis, drew (f!). • ' Providence, R. I. — Melio Bettina. 194, Beacon, N. Y., outpointed Sandy MePherson, 232,' Coventry R. 1. (10i. . By United Press New York (St. Nicholas Arena) —Leo Milito, 132, New York, out- pointed Jimmy Warren, 135 1-2 Brooklyn, (10). New York t. Eastern Parkway) — Tony Di Mieco, 165 1-2, Brooklyn outpointed Vern Lester, 153 3-4 Brooklyn, (10>. New Orleans— Keith Hamilton, 13") 3-1, New Orleans, outpointed Johnny Larusso, 133 1-2, New York, (1(1). Pittsburgh — Johnny Flynn, 211, Rochester, N. Y., outpointed Rusty Payne. I HO, Pittsburgh, (10). Lynn, Mass.—Harry La Sane, 130 Houston, Tex., outpointed Al Pennino. 132, Brooklyn, (10). for his own disasters, and draw attention from the great disaster of impending war. .So he tore into the "lOlli. which had no means of <le- Ji'use as strident and dramatic as humbl The and pollsters, YergerGame Set Up a Day The important conference game between Yerger High School Tigers and Washington High School Lions will be played Wednesday night instead of Thursday night, at eight o clock m Hammons Stadium The" Tigers, went through a long drill on yesterday afternoon preparing for the game with the Texarkana -team. Samuel Shaw veteran left guard of the Tigers team, will be lost for probably the rest of the season. This loss will weaken the Tigers' forward wall considerably. The Texarkana' team uses a slick T formation and' are .always able to put on a thrilling. show. The Tigers will use their .combination of single wing and T formations with the accent more on the single wing. The game looms to be a toss-up between the two bitter rivals who always look forward to this game each season. Tickets are on sale at the usual places. A section of the stands will be reserved for the white fans. Big Nine Is Divided on m> i IF* • R Bows Bids BROADCASTING SYSTEM Tuesday p.m., Nov. 9 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 iSuperman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm &' Reason 0:15 News, Five Star Final 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Geo. O'Hanlan Show—M 7:30 Official Detective—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heattcr—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 American Forum—M 9:30 Michael Zarron's Orch.—M 9:45 Tom Grant's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Wally Wicken's Orch.~M 10:30 Alan Holmes' Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual Reports the News 11:00 Sign Off Wednesday a.m., Nov; 10 5:57 Sign On f.:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:15 Home Sweet Home 6:25 Bargain Houndup 6:30 News, First Edition 0:40 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 Bob Pbole's' Show—M 8:45 Bob Poole's -Show—M 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M :9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Mineral Springs Program 9:45 Blue Barren Presents—M 1Q;00 Passing Parade—M Victor H. Lindlahr—J Dispite Raised Over Garcia's Knockout Philadelphia. Nov. n —(/Pi— The tatus of Buddy Garcia as a lightweight title contender was a moot question today after the Texan's one-round kayo by Champion Ike Williams. The discussion arose as the principals and fans at Inst night's non- title bout at the arena divided into Lwo camps. One group insisted Garcia. Galveston, Tex.,' hopeful, was knocked oilt by a stomach blow after the bell ending round one. The other was equally insistent the payoff punch and the bell arrived together. From all indications the argument will have to bo settled at a future meeting of the two fighters '—provided such a meeting is decided on by (he battlers' handlers. Garcia weighed in at 130 to Williams' 1-10. Southwest Team in Good 10; IS 10:30 ' 10:45 Gabriel Heatter's " — M Lanny Ross— M Mailbag Chicago, Nov. 9 —(UP) — The Big Nine probably \yill vote to renew its pact with the Pacific Coast Conference to send a team to the Rose Bowl every year despite several objections to terms of the agreement, a United Press survey indicated today, Only one - member of the conference, Minnesota, was definitely against renewal of the present agreement, but some other officials said they were . opposed to New Year's Day game on principle. " Minnesota first .time," was against it the Athletic ^Director Frank McCormidk said, "a.nd we'll be.'against it the 1 next time," Several other- directors, who de- clijied to be quoted, said they believed games on Jan. 1. extended the, football season too long. The present 'Rose Bowl Five-year contract expires after the'Jan. 1, 1051 game, and the fact that two full seasons remain before expiration caused several spokesman to hesitate to express an opinion on the agreement. "I don't have any particular feeling about it right now," Michigan's ahtletie director, Fritz C'ris- ler, said. Doug Mills, ahtletie director at Illinois., took a similar position. "I'm open-minded on it at present," he said. Conimssioner Kenneth L. "Tug" Wilson said he "hasn't thought much about renewal." "It's been a very pleasant and satisfactory relationship so far," he added. Tead Payseur, Northwestern athletic director said he believed any expression concerning the pact should come from tion. Four schools were del'nitely in favor of the contract. "The agreement is a fine arrangement as it is now,' 'Athletic Director Pooch Harrell of Indiana said. Guy Mackey of Purdue said that it "suits me fine"Athletic Director Paul Brechler of Iowa and 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student .Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Wednesday p.m., Nov. 10 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polk'a Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1;30 Golden Hope Chest—W, 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Meet the Band 3:15 1490 Club 4:00 Swinjj Time 4:45 Here's to Veterans 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:'15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edit^o 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J, Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Can You Top This—M 7:30 High Adventure—M 7:95 Hy Garcmea — M 8:00 Gabriel Heavier—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Erskine Johnson—M 8:53 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Manhatton Playhouse 9:30 Shandor's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Jimmy.Feathcrstone's Orel], ' '. —M: ' 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10(55' Mutual Ne,'ws—M H:oo sign Off Dallas, Nov. 9 'Smackover) Scott, - W! — Clyde _ _ .., the Arkansas Ffazorbacks' bundle of speed, elu- sivencss and power, once again is Mr. Offense" of the Southwest Conference. Scott has averaged 7.6 yards every time he has touched the ball .o run or pass. That's the best in the league by far. And the Razorback flash regained the rushing leadership last ,vcek by a wide margin. He has carried the ball 90 times for 039 yards. His nearest competitor is Lindy Berry of Texas Christian with 550 yards on 127 runs. Each has played in seven games. Berry is the total offense loader with 1,035 on 215 running and passing plays. Scott has piled up 837 on 110 plays for second but maintains the better average. Berry's average is 4.6 yards per try. Texas is tops in team offense with 2.513 yards and in rushing with 1,616. Southern Methodist leads in passing with 1,072 and is second in total offense with 2.269. Texas also has the best defensive record, having given up 191 yards per game. Arkansas is second with 199. Other leaders: Individual passing — Gil Johnson, SMU, who has completed 48 of 73 passes for 727 yards. Pass Reaceiving — Doak Walker, By The Associated Press There was an unusual note of cheer in Southwest Conference football caorips today. Most squads arc in good physical condition and are expected to be at their bes't for Saturday's games. This applied especially to the participants in the No. 2 game of -i the week, Southern Methodist and Arkansas, who will meet at Fayetteville. SMU came out of its close call wMh lowly Texas A. and M. in fine condition and was ready to began hard work today. 'First stringers rested yesterday while reserves scrimmaged. Arkansas' R a z o r b a c k s, fir whom Coach John Barnhill has planned rugged practices every day this week except Friday, yes- tcrday welcomed the return of Linebacker Louie Schaufcle and End Bill Hix. both of whom missed last week's game with Rice. Bani- lill also announced that offensive Fullback Leon Campbell, who was nurt in the Rice tilt, definitely will start against SMU. Barnhill and the Porkers were openly disappointed with their performance in losing to.Rice. Texas and Texas Christian ench expects only one lineman to miss their meeting nt Fort Worth. A bad knee will keep TCU End Wayne , sidelines. Tackle of Texas may be Rogers on the Charlie Tatom kept out of action by a leg injury. TCU Coach Dutch Meyer told his squad it would "have to play the best game so far to have any • chance." The Frogs were idle last Saturday. , Texas spent yesterday 'afternoon in a lecture room. Coach Blair Cherry, commenting on his team's 13-10 conquest of Baylor, said: "We're getting there, 'but we've becn doing it the hard way." '. Only minor injuries \vere noted & at Rice as the Owls started getting ready to play Texas A. and M. Ailing arc quarterback Tobin Rote, Halfback Huey Kecney and Centers Gerald Weatherly and Jack Price. All are due to play Saturday, however. At College Station, the ever-optimistic Coach Harry Stitelej- said his Aggies would use "a little bit of everything" against the Owls: Encouraged by the showing of his winless team ' added: "You against SMU. he can count on one saving anything SMU, with ten catches yards. Punting—Walker, with thing. We're not until next year." Baylor is the exception as far as injuries go. The Bears are severely crippled for this week's in- tersccttional scrap with Tulane. Missing from practice yesterday because of injuries were Back George Sims; co-captains Buddy an average of 41.9 yards on 20 kicks. Second is Gordon Long, Arkansas, with 38 yards on 15 punts. Punt Returns — George Sims, Baylor, who has returned 12 for 303 yards. Long is second with 145 yards on seven returns. for 248 Tinslcy and Bently Jones, both line stalwarts, and End J. R. Closs, who may be out for the remainder of the season with a shoulder ailment. Russia has 65,000 square miles of peat resources, largest in the world. Canada ranks second with about 37,000 square miles. Comedian Answer to t'revloui HORIZONTAL 55 Chemist's 1 Pictured weight laugh-maker, 56 He is one of Morey ——• radio's 9 Fewer VERTICAL 13 Holding JShun device 2 Non-adults IA cu- u u 3 Compass point 14 Shield bearing 4 Symbol for ID A L li S O O o M s E T A 1 L. 1 N N A T E A V O W bi N t T O N V 1 M ;••:•.; M E A L fc H A 1 S f A P F! E t) V.-: A M D s E •< r V j i •s >= l: D A M A U 1 AVID flRCU 'R e a i_ S A H t S 5 s T A R R n e N T C (S & ft A r u T ='ST E O R iy- D 1 s> u a F. ft Mf N W «y, H n s E 5 F 1 R N e er i A T .^ S ft " •) 0 •? * s -M Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 9 — (/P) — Tuning tonight (Tuesday): NBC—G: 30 Smoothies Trio; -8 Jack Benny with Bob Hope; 8:30 Fibber and Molly 9:30 People Are Funny. CBS—7 Mystery Theater; 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North;'«:30 Life with Lulgi; 9 Hot the Jackpot 9:30 Luigi; 9 Hit the Jackpot 9:30 ABC—7 Youth asks the government; 7:30 Town Meeting "Race Segregation;" 9:30 Let Freedom Ring. MBS—0:45 Sports Commentary; 7:40 Detective Yarn; 9 American Forum "Issues Before Congress." and SaraU'ga where the nis attack. native cannot go. | To his own astonishment he won journalists. book-makers by a protest vole against a blame- Ir. Truman '<-'ss culprit. It certainly was not 1 ahtletie director and football" Coach called them, who scratched him | ai1 endorsement of Truman's tragic |Harry Stuhldreher of Wisconsin and gave De\\vv a walkover are i error in Berlin where he forgot to agreed. scorned, (provide access to his south forty. Wednesday programs: NBC — 9 a.m. Fred Waring conference' ac- music; 1 p. m. Doube or Nothing. CBS—12:30 Young Doc Malone. ABC—9 a. m. Eleanor and Anna Roosevelt; 1 p. m. Breakfast in Hollywood. MBS — 8:30 a. m. Bob Poole show; 11:30 a. in. Bill Slater at Lunch. FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS more The president's u '>vn daughter said she, too, was ovoi whc-ljr-ed by the surprise and all the headuunrters professionals in honest confidences iidmiUed that on the dawn of election clay they stood by to bury Truman, not to cheer him. The vote was a political mistake because it was almost entirely a blow struck ut the Congress in response to Trujnun's strangely juvenile and bush-ltagut attack. Actually is was a good Congress, but he had to yet sic! of the "blame . Any American farmer should have cjiiit him for that, the jnore angrily since his mistake already has cost the lives of a dozen young American army fliers and hundreds of millions of taxes. However, the air lift is good practice for the Roosevelt memorial war and Mr. Truman may have occasion within a year or two to take credit for this fore-sightc-d intensive training of a large corps of airmen under simulated war conditions in time of ducac peace. __ | sand. Dick Larkins', of Ohio state, who made it clear the he was speaking personally and not as a spokesman of the university, said that "personally I don't believe in any postseason football games. I have no particular antipathy toward the Hose Bowl, but I think that when the season is over we should devote our tiine to other sports." A fulgurite, curious glassy tube of fused sand particles, is produced when lightning strikes in Strategy Used by McCray May Have Cost Win Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 9 —(UP) — William and Mary's coach Rube McCray, who made a deep study of how to beat North Carolina's two-team system, found enough on the answer for an astonishing 7-7 tie to end the Tar Hells' string of 13 straight victories. And nobody can fully answer'this one: Did the strategy which won him a tie cost him a victory? 15 Winged 16 Individual 17 Greeted 19 Nautical term 20 Butterfly 21 Fish 22 Pedal digit 24 Rough lava 25 Sleeping vision 27 Trap 29 Is seated 30 Toiletry case 31 Down 32 Exempli gratia (ab.) 33 Forward 35 Percussion instrument 37 More painful 38 Weird 40 Transpose (ab.) 41 Narrow inlet 43 Winter vehicle 45 Symbol for sodium 46 Indonesian of Mindanao 48 Overlaid with gold 50 It is (contr.) 51 Promontory 53 Paradise 54 Bacchanals' ery tellurium 5 Bellow 6 Fall in drops 7 Entire 8 Encounter 9 Musical note 10 Note in 39 Facilitates 42 Fish sauea 18 Portion of medicine 21 One who ,,0 m 4 «. provides food « Plant part 23 Penetrated 44 UnasplratecJ 26 Sea duck 28 Prophet 33 Carrier Guide's scale 34 Journey 11 African caravan 12 Bristles 17 Amateurs (slang) 35 Act 36 Fawning favorite 37 Booth for business 47 Man's name) 49 Bustle 50 Tennessee. 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