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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Adi Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Dumber of One Three Six One, ———— Words Up to 15. 16 to 20 ... 81 to 25 .. 281630... 81 to 33 .... 86 to 40 .... 41 to 45 46 to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .CO .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.30 2.40 2.70 3.00 .60 . 1.05 .1.20 . 1.35 . 1.50 Rates are for Contfnuous .,. ... Insertions Only All AVant Ads Cash in Advance Not Taken Over the Phone 1.80 2.00 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. See E M McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-3mo 1946 CHEVROLET H£ TON~TRUcTc •Good condition, bargain for cash. With or without, dump body. Can be seen at Cross Service Station. ... 4-Ot 1939 CHEVROLET COUPE, l7 excellent condition. See it at 81 West 6th street. 8-f ELECTRIC ~PORTA^E!"~PHONO graph. Phone 1014-J alter Opm 0-3 Lost LADIES' LIGHT BROWN BILL- fold containing identification cnrds and oilier papers, Jost Friday night at Hammons Stadium. 1 Finder keep money and return billfold to Hope' Star office or to Peggy Williams, Phone EILLFOLD CONT A1 NINO MOP pass, regulation card. Ifedirn to Gus Gilmore, P. O. Box 201. 10-11. LEATHER KEY HOLDER WITH three keys. If found please leave at Postofflce. W. E. Brunei-, io-lt Wanted Real Estate tor Sale NEW 4 ROOM HOUSE WITI bath. Venetian blinds, nice room garage,: lot frontage 130 x 300 ' mile from city limits North o! Highway 29. Henry Gray. 6-3 13 ACRES JOINING PRESCOT' . Airport, Highway 07. Inquire a Rosewood Shoppe, 3 miles Sou' oi Prcscott on Highway 67. G-3 FIVE ROOM MODERN" HOUSE Venetian, blinds, ' floor furnace attic rfan, good neighborhood, or East 15th Street. Buy and mov in. Price reduced to $1,500 cash balance $3,350 payable $28. pe month. This is a real buy. Floyc Porterfield & Son. 9-3 NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY ,• stock of goods and fixtures..Smal living quarters. In residential dis tnct. Phone 1258. 9.3 MY HOME.'AT 123 SOUTH WASH ington. street. 5 rooms, 2 bed rooms; screened back porch. Lo 50 x 220, pavement paid out Close in. Pay 1/3 down, will carr: balance. See Erie Ross at O. K Barber Shop or phone 639-J, Hope Arkansas. 10-3 For Rerai- 2- %ROOM UNFURNISHED ajjjtrrtments, near Schooloy'f Stofe. Phone 38-F-13. Mrs. .7 E Schfrolcy.- 11-tf F.OUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private bath, private entrance. Couple preferred. 1007 South Fulton, Phone 1005-J 8-3t 3 ROOM FURNISHED APART- ment, private entrance, private , bath and electric refrigerator. 321 N. Hamilton. Phone 835-J. 9-3t '445-ACRE F.ARM. lo¥~ACRES IN cultivation: Plenty of running water. Good five-room house. See Mrs. Callie Hatfiold after 3 p.m at 815 South Main Street, Hope, or Phone 404-R. 9-31 UNFURNISHED SIX rfcToM house, can be used as two apart- mnnts. I 'iratnd at G?.0 East Third Street. Telephone 456 or write P.O. Box 154. 10-6 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. t 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 9 comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "AH Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 406 N. Hazel Phone 357 WE HAVE 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 ROOM AND BOARD FOR ELD- erly lady during winter months. Mrs. Rogers, Phone 9882 hetwoen B and r> and after G p.m. Phone BOW OR OVAL FRONT cabinet, four or five high. Write box 08 in Hope Star. CHINA shelves care of I0-0t Wanted fro Buy Wednesday, November 10, 1948 By Westbrook Pagler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. It should not bo nocessarv. view of the abundant record, continue to pilo fact on fact proving that Justice Felix Frankfurter's rcfjnrd for e.ertnin niereivcnl interests often impolrjte.s his professed attachment -to the piinciplcs of American justice. His paper may be searched in vain for any forlhriglit declaration on this point, but Jorthrifihtnoss is the least of hin virtues. Therefore, it is only by sifting, as il were, and carefully exainininf; the more- I'etu- ant nticae of his cloudv lueubra- "J K ln •''" lions that one can clearlv prove clcvcn ;l ' EO has n Ouachita Currently Hottest Team in AIC Conference Arkadelphia. Nov. 10 — Ouachita, which started but currently is the holloi WP) — slowly t col _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr.. liRiatc football team in Arkansas, will play a postseason same if the Arkansas Inlercolctfialo Conference its okay. Coach Wes Bradshaw has announced the Tigers' acceptance of nn invitation to play Southeastern Oilahom Stale College of Durnat at Denison, Tex., Dec. 4. The game i.s sponsored by the Denison Kiwanis Club. AIC Commissioner II. L. McCal- istcr has been asked to ference . N ? v -' York, Nov. 10 — (/P) — Nomination day: . . .California puts for ward as a little All America prospect Hugh McElhenn a 19-yoar- old. Zfbpound sprinter from Comp ton Junior College who is tabbed as a combined Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside. . . .Hugh (our favorite name) averages about ten yards a crack from scrimmage and does about everything else. . .Word is that Ihe Los Angeles Dons think he could start for them any Sunday „ .. s ..! 1 . ; ! t JJ 1V( ;, pl ; o , offors and there's suspicion thai he chose Compt .on been asked to poll con members on whether they Ibecatise he can turn pro after only will approve Ouachila's particip'a [two years From Springfield |Mn. comes a plug from Perry E! six games nd | Jln ith ior James Somers, 100- tion in the Ouaehita contest. has won the codersperl. There had term to Into. BEGINNER WANTS BABY PIGS and small heifer calves H Carlson, Route 2, Box 159, Hope, Arkansas. 0-01 Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOR A GOOD man. Write Box 08 for full information, jj. REFRIGERATION SERVICE i$ our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and oir conditioning systems. We Qo anywhere anytime. BREWSTER RIFRIGIRATION SERVICE Phone 1280 OJ 1231-J Nisbts and Sunday. 119 Edge-wood Hope Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR ?,'/. makes of Sewing machines. W. H. Wesl, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. i. lmo LET US RENOVATE YOUR OLD mattress, or make it. into a new innerspring. One day service in town. Bright Mattress Company Phone 930-J-2. I.QW SPECIAL XMAS RATEs"~l7ou magazines. Give a Girt that lasts a y. cai '- Order now to avoid the rush. Chns. Reynerson, Phone 20 Nights, 3G9-W Cily Hall. -1-1 mo is no belter paper for Ihis purpose than Frankfurter's notorious opinion for the majority in the Historic Ablative case wherein he the effrontery to say: "The 'labor dispute' amid'a rationale of rnorpulcnl ambriscence commonly adumbrates an attempt immunize the immediate postu- Jhe purpose, of course, is to crenms on the maulspave under the general provisions of the logos in a harmoni/.ing definition ultimately applicable to violations of the parlisbord." Now the tinthinkinp will perhaps, ignore the rcmiquity undcr- i "?",, s ' sly and drencil doctrine, but the patient student of the invisible government will bear in mind tirst, the seemingly innocuous in torprelalion of the Act within C-2 record lost two. the last five victories com- P°" nc ' Southwest Missouri State ing in succession. The Oklahoma ? l ' ard '. who , is rated one of Ihe best defensive players m a strong small college league Perry adds": Paul Lees, who broke Tommy Harmon s ground-gaining record at-Horace Mann in Gary.'lncl. is a freshman halfback on 'the Springfield team." The Yerger Tigers are all set lor an important conference con'•-' here tonight at Hammons bounded Disappearing an expanding milieu by the Anglo-Saxon fcr By JAMES MARLOW Washington, Nov. 9 — (/P) —Pres- dent Truman has promised a bo't- ei; Social Security program, covering more people and giving higher benefits. .• . It now covers about 30,000 000 vorkers. He .wants it widened ' to take m over 20,000,000 more. It's a bigf program. You'll have Conf a lit- o wait to see whether Hits it through. There's room here — tic background — to go into only hose parts which affect retired workers and their dependents. Congress passed Ihe Social Security Act in 1935 for this purpose- Jo give workers some protection — m the form of insurance — when they bedome too old to work, and insurance for their dependents ivr>«n they die. This was not charily. Workers ana their employers have had lo aay equally lor this .insurance hrough a Social Security tax Although the act was passed in 9.J;j workers and employers did lot have lo start paying the Jnlil 1037. They've been ,'ver since in Ibis The employe if one per cent on his wages or alary but only up to the first S3 00 he makes n year. ' And the employer pays a tax of >ne per cent on (he ries his employes P to the first ' hem. This tax goes into he Social Security, old age and urvivors insurance fund. There ow about $9,500,000,000 und. Payments from it nifi about S-IGCi,000,000 a year About 2,055,000 men, hildren arc ndei To ine . . - - « ~, j v..-^ .in i£,i<j-,.3ilAUIl Id* bis; and second, the mitulous inter- Action of an outmoded and widely discredited milt. This may seem to agree with Justice Brandcis' classical negation of the faulsal draufit where a denial of relief would mor- po ale the remedy sought by plain- tifls But the shrewd analyst will not be thus easily cmbcalcd from the essential clolby. m plainer words, we find Frank- Hirter bra/.only strabulnting the in- H-renl ipsofacts and substituting without notice averments which the large body of labor challenged long ago, and this, mind you with an aubroiitivc pretense of moldon nuignology. But, either he is or he Jin I and it has been interesting many otherwise porstint memb< pi Congress and the bar him in his bold attempt irivo the ancient principles glo-»axon codorspcrl. For, mind you, he supphssanf. is or to mbcrs to nail to quen- f An- the strong Lions of _,h School in Texarkana. The game has been called for 8 o'clock. It was (he same rexarkana team that caused the Tigers so much trouble in a jam-up ball game here last year. The visitors operate from a "T" and always pack plenty of weight. One section of the stadium has been reserved for white fans. Advance tickets are now on sale and Gets Dept. who plays tackle High School Ronnie Cox, and fullback for Raccland, Ky high, has appeared in nearly 50 games. He made the "varsity" as ' a seventh grade student , and has missed only one since then. Ronnie is slated Ohio Stale. Homecoming for Prescott Friday night . at rf$v'. 'O'clock the Prcseott Curly WoR^'Will entertain highly re^iliJuJe^iSSndo.wn Panthers in a game 1 that should prove one of the best of the season at Curnmings field. It will bo homecoming and the final game of the year for the Wolves. Coach Cook said Ashdown is one of the better teams in District 7-B and probably would be in the state playoff. They have a record of 5 Wins against a single loss. In ceremonies at 7:45 p.m. Miss Mary Agnes Avery will be crowned Homecoming Queen by Captain Bill Peachey. Her maid of honor is Ann Hart. Other maids are Mary Lou Thomas, Bobby Sue Ward, Carolyn Warren and Ruth Clark. Ten members of the Curly Wolves team are seniors and 1943 I in S their last high school game before be play- for ten points-after-touchdowns in one |ame The unusual part is that Bill doesn't kick them, he runs them across. Sports Before Your Eyes Russ Meyer, the pitcher recent k shipped from the Cubs to the Phillies, is an off-season student at Weslern Illinois State College and hopes to become a sophomore in December. . . .A journalism slu- clent, Russ has been assigned to cover junior varsity sports this laJl. .Lefty Gomez has taken over the job abandoned by Bob Quinn as contact man for a big sporting goods house Miami's Harry Ghaul averaged 47.5 yards on punts against Cincinnati last week although he had a lot of lyardsge lopped off for various rea- I sons. Ihe home folks. They Captain Peachey, Co-Captain Jake Buford, Douglas Burlcy, Everett Orren, Paul Bargcr, W. A. Stewart Jim Barnes, Billy Gunn and Kenneth Ren fro. One of the largest crowds of the season is expected. Amateur Team Nov. 10 football to -(UP)— He a military science ana his maneuvers with players are a little tedious foi\ spectators to watch. Each year his critics demand .that he streamline his offense and i defense and go for the new fangled says in this iu"','"'""-' c '. uu « u lor ln< addabram, that "Con ' ~ f 1 sc °n»g methods. gross construed the intervenor's inapplicable silipses more duplissid- y than a crucial self-interest may tangulize the isolated procedures of the instant pratis." Continuing in this vein he writes: "As the eminent Irish »m r VJ ° dy °' D °»fih> reminds us, Ihe fooderacky-sacky is a ducrot on the restraints addressed to interstate commerce in the normal posnet. " Then, having eldermizcd the smutsig inference to the interven- or s tasket, we find the noted con- unseemly harmless tinental savant in an snut of skratla on the ,._„„,-„ ouanlitavive rhythms of the olarcl 1'or, after all, is il not by now conceded that, a fortiori, if marx- oydoats and doa/.eydoals then the invariable con-clary is habeas corpus mandamus potntus? I think so. Frankfurter, however, goes further in his quidulent swerve to implement the instrumentation of this tumeric hypothesis. For many years in a memisthenic and somewhat bourosCrevis, this bold fellow and his drevient friend, Harold Laski, have crabulizod the immut- m\ paying it way: pays a yearly tax ' wnges or sal- make but only ¥3,000 for each of a fund called is the run- women and receiving benefits now the program. let the fund get built up no was allowed to start collecting isurance irom it until 19-10 V l ,',!? 1 ovtM ' y worker is cov- rccl When a worker isn't covered y the law, neither he nor his ein- native American person with such incredibly laubish crud The constitutional gunter Ins been flouted in the most cram ,h , defiance of the highest dr ' _ But ho goes right on winning football games with his old fashioned single wing and his varied defenses, each well plotted in advance to stop whatever' kind of plays the opposition features He's the United Press coach of thc week, Gen. Bob Neyland of icnnessee, whose vigorous'Volun- teers knocked Georgia Tech out of the perfect record ranks Saturday in one of the-major'upsets of the~ It was an upset, that is, for anybody who didn't know how Neyland operated. But for his longtime followers no Volunteer victory comes as too much of a surprise—they count on him to upset Time Out Grid fans who have nominated Columbia as the last-minute-loss champ, had better watch Texas A and M. . .The Cadets had toucli downs scored against them by Vil lanova in the last 37 seconds, by Texas Tech in the last seven and ?y TCU in the last ten seconds of the first half. Fayetteyille, Nov. 10 — (/P) individul duel between Doak An Walker and Clyde (Smackover) bcott will be the main attraction when the football teams of South- St. Louis, Nov. 10—(/P)— The coaches have a tough time getting a full squad together for practice but W a s h i n gton University's "strictly amateur" fooball team still ranks among the nation's undefeated and untied. The players—most of them from at Louis—have seven victories with three contests to go to match a previous record of 10 consecutive games without defeat, set in 1918 and 1919. _ Washington gave up football during the war after several good seasons, including 1939 when they ie nation's best teams regularly *u ls such a heavy favorite Things haven't returned yet to'? game itself could hardly the golden era of Tennesse foot- e> i pectecl to . attract a capacity ball when the Vols won 30 straight """ game's under Neyland in the ^MK• the Missouri Valley Conference championship. When talk of reviving the sport began in 1947, the school's administration insisted it should take a back seat in relation to other school activities. Chancellor Arthur Complon said later: "We didn't de-emphasize football —we re-emphasized it, but as a sport and not as a means to raise money and bring glory to the school.". The hardest job for the coaches is getting the squad .together for practice. Classes corne first at Washington and on several clays n/r .u ^- . —...- f a ch vyeek at least one fourth of the ern. Methodist and Arkansas unii team ls missing for at least part of versities tangle here Saturday ! * AAA Proposes to Play Only Among Selves Little Rock, Nov. 10 — OP) -- Arkansas' high school sports <.- 0 tup may undergo another faco-liflinp tomorrow. Heading proposals to be considered at a meeting of the Arkansas Athletic Association are those to i reduce the age limit for athletes and to have the .state's six largeKt schools compete among themselves in all sports. Two age limits, 19 and 20, for senior high school competition are to be voted upon. An athlete is eligible for high school tit ion until he become:; '2 age. Also in be offered is a proposal that an athlete becomes ' blc for junior high when 10. now compe- years of EKQADCASTIMG SYSTEM meligi- coinpetilion Ihe large schools — Little Rock North Little Rock, Fort Smith, El Dorado. Pine Bluff and Hot Springs — are now grouped together in the Triple A or Big Six classification for football. A proposal to be acted upon tomorrow would keep this division intact for basketball, track and basebll if the latter sport is played by the schools, in the by-laws Other proposed cluinges AAA constitution and would: Eliminate the javelin throw from track and field meets and substitute the '140-yard relay. Limit the number of 'regular season games to nine in font!mil and 20 in basketball. Place all Arkansas prep sports under national high school rules. National Collegiate rules are being used in the state's high school foot ball this year, but the AAA already is committed to switch to the high school grid code next year Revise the schedule "of splitting proceeds of football playoff games Permit high school athletes to accept awards not exceeding $2.50 m value from non-scholastic sources. Prohibit a high school coach or teacher from having any connection with all-star athletic contests Wednesday p.m., Nov. 10 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 1:00 Salon Serenade fi:15 News, Five Star Edit ! "o 6:25 Today in Sports 6:30 Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lev/is, Jr. 7:00 Can You Tor, This—M 7:30 High Adventure—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00. Gabriel HcaHer—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Erskinc Johnson—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M , 9:00 Manhatton Playhouse—M 9:30 Shanclor's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Jimmy Feathcrstono's Orch —M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch —M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off CARL BELL Little Rock, Nov Barnhill was right Last spring and 10 — (/P)— John j „ , , .----.= ----- again in early beptember the University of Arkans football coach said his tea'n as weak at the tackle positions. That 2n-6 licking Rice handed the Rax.orbacks last Saturday showed that no truer words were ever spoken by a coach The Owls trapped the Arkansas Ir u i-? S0 Often thc - v must have |ielt like mice. Rax.orback guards were trapped nearly as freqimtly, but a weakness there was not expected. It resulted from the loss of 1 heron Roberts because of a pre- injury. " and '40 record and a of four tie this Neyland in the seasons. And with ren its o f native American morals lure. - sravi" What wonder if the fironllaub and the solemn American oinitrads fiuebot on (h c homatrove by the dawn's early light? wins, two defeats . ,, . season, nobody is talking about bowl games as they <•'"' in those three years when Neys boys performed the "hat going to the Orange, Rose Sugar Bowls in successive A,,. -3 years. It is a single win i;" with a balanced line and the boys pluimc here, pass there, prance some place else and if that doesn't work is always a count left, it's crowd. But the offensive-defensive contests of Mssrs. Walker of SMU and Scotl of Arkansas, a couple of lads considered as good as any backs who ever performed in the wide- open Southwest Conference, is very much in doubt. That's why all reserved scats have been sold for weeks. Standing room will be sold as long as it lasts, but even then only 22,500 or so will get to see the fealure of Arkansas' homecoming celebration. It's lillle wonder that Walker and Scott. are the South west's greatest individual drawing cards. and cuKlf| 111 ,'. i ,? l r V akm " . milit 'i'-y lines with a find ourselves at last in i • '" °,"° d'^'tion., a withdraw pertilurgical w o i do, "a nil"™.. 1 ' ?^ ° s °' Tllc /«"« Kcl a ™» times when thing- ' Scott is No. 1 in rushing, having gained 639 yards on 90 carries. The FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z.TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber TUB ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards o Dig Poet Hole* » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Cots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. New York. Nov. 10 — (,V)!hey say, are won by the try. Army must figure the is true of football Th Have never yeilded (o the modern "ass-happy trend, are ' gringing ' toward new alltime collegiate ve<< oixi ior advancing the ball by games power-minded eade'ts REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS ond CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7023 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 In seven games tlu-y have rolled "P a staggering total of '' (Mi) burshingmfi yards- an average of .•t'li.l yards a game. If this keeps tips, the National tolles-iate Athletic Bureau reminds Uf. the Black Knights of (!),• Hudson are bound to wreck their own existing mark of ;j5!l.fj yards -\ game set in 11)45 when Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis v.vre stomping all opposition. Blanchard and Davis have a touchdov. n tandem counterpart on I.ie /'resent army team in SU-phenson and Bobby Stuart are aim,,si a ehineh to shatti ball-carrying records of the tim.- duo. The leaders: Total otf.-nse --ix'evada yard.-; average a game: army -^lolre iJaine .UN;.7: Miami' •'io'.M Missouri "72.4 State i:ia lit Jiu.': vards Mines little bored at get ponderous. Neyland, a confirmed cry baby talked like a man facing a !\rm* squad when his Vols had to 30 : ^ a ' nst ,-, Uvo ,.P cl ' fo( '' record titans North Carolina and Georgia Tech on successive Saturdays. "I'm a doomed man, I'm j us » wailing for the executioner " h' e bawled. So what happened? His bovs went out and ran the legs off North Carolina, Almost beating them by stopping baekfield stars Charley Justice and Hosea fiodgers. Against lech said to be one of the greatest Dixie elevens of all time' he used those five, six, seven and eight man lines and slopped Ihe engineers cold. Comparing the srjuads, which he hinks are the best in Ihe South- the session. Last year—the first under the new policy—the Bears won five contests, losing the first two and the last one. This year Ihey have swamped Missouri School of Mines, Washburn University, Colorado College and Grinnell College. They took close games from Carnegie Tech, Butler University and Oberlin college. _ The only controversy came bc- lore last week's contest with Grinnell when the Iowa school's coach spoke out against the Washington practice of using freshmen The Bears benched their freshmen and won 47 to 0. The school withdrew from membership in Missouri Valley loop in 1947. School officials said' Washington wanted to set up more flexible scheduling, rather than be tied season . Rice's constant ability !!'H riM aCl , de ,, and inside cided the ball game. to Pity the - poor football forecaster. He certainly can't predict the outcome oi games on the basis of comparative scores For instance, SMU Coach Matty Bell ligured yesterday that comparative scores show Arkansas 50 points better than his Mustangs To arrive at that ridiculous conclusion he pointed out that Arkansas beat ' ™°!' S F thnn Ok iahoma did and that Oklahoma stomped Missouri which had beaten SMU. But by comparing scores of two other games you can prove SMU is 4r> points better thnn the Razorbacks. Ihe Mustangs walloped Rice ou-7 and Rice in turn wrauped a 19-poml defeat around Arkansas' unsuspecting neck. down in the conference. The Bears assembled class coaching staff after under head Coach Weeb who learned the "T" I undo a first the war Ewbank, fleet, shifty luixorback, who also quite a name for himself as Olympic hurdler, has the [league's best tolal offense average (per play — '.(i yards on his runs'!-" lder famous Paul Brown. Assist|and the 37 passes. He has tried. ; ln S Ewbank are Irwin Uteritz for|Hc isn't Arkansas' regular passer. i mei ' University of Michigan quart- Walker, an All-America selection erback: Frank Cumiskey, Ohio as sophomore lasl year, tops the Mate and Brooklyn Dodger end' [pass receivers and punters. He has Les Avery, also from Coach Joe Dildy, whose ,- 10 i i - hprinys _lrojans have lost seven in ' 11:00 is looking forward'to a row year. Figuring he's not expected to v '•?,,, yc , ar anyway. Dildy said: _ . W ' e havc started three weeks formation r spnn , K P ra , c tice and will our la.sl three games as ames.' Thursday a.^i., Mov. 11 5:57 'Sign On «:00 Hillbilly Ploedown U:15 Home Sweet Home 6:25 Bargain Roundup 6:30 News, First Edition C:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 11:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Bob Poole's Show—M !!:45 Bob Poole's Show—M 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:31) Washington Hour 9:45 Airlaiu- Melodies 10:00 Passing Parade—M Hi: 15 Vic-tor II. Lindlahr—M (10:30 Gabriel Heattcr's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lanny Ross—M 11:00 Kale'Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 11:45 Music by Monroe Thursday p.m., Nov. 11 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Polka Interlude 12:35 Farm Fair 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M. 2:00 Movie Matinee—M 2:30 Ozark Valley Folks—M 3:00 Time to Dance 3:15 1490 Club 4:00 Swinj? Time 4:45 The Voice of the Army 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Rhythm & Reason G:15 News, Five- C-lar ij'inal 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 Report on Corp. Congress— 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 Talent Jackpot 7:3(1 The Better Half—M 7:55 Hv Gardner—M 0:00 Gabriel 'Heattcr—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Mystery Playhouse—M f!:55 Bill Henry, News—I.I 9:00 Thin Man—M 9:30 Dance Orel).—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Miguelito Valdes Orch.—M 10:30 Paul Lovasz's Orch — M Hot !°-' r ""> Mutual Reports the News Sign Off gain cle- next caught ten aerials for 248 yards and has punted 20 times for an average of 41.9 yards. Both are ex- cellenl defensive players and dangerous kick returners. Neither may be a one-man learn, bill each is the sparkplug of his to do team. Their- coaches shudder think ,what their learns could without them. This is the last lime Ihe two , --- _. ~spectacular backs will face each l- lasl game last year, other iu college competition. Scott is a senior. Last year their jndi- Michigan, and Frank Noble, formerly of Western Michipnn ^ Michigan. Ewbank won't make anv on the rest of the season.' "We have three tough left." he delcard. The Bears face Western games _ , — Michigan Saturday and finish the season against the University of the South and the University of Louisville—a team that beat them in the L of consider practice and a lineman are fight it out (or scoring honors' in Arkansas Intercollegiate Con- Fleet Jack Simpson of Tech is the leader with seven touchdown* I'oJlowmg closely with six is Simp- BUl Morris 5 ' 1 "^ 11 " toamm; '^- *"<l Top Radio Programs ]() ~(,Pj— Pro- furence, York, Nov. gram's loniyhi: NBC—Supper Club, 7:30 Gilder sleeve: 8 Duffy's Tavern !!:30 Dis- Uriel Attorney; !):30 Curtain Time. CBS—-7 Mr. Chameleon Detects _/:30 Dr. Christian: !!:30 Jimmy IVIoli.on Concert: 9 Time's a 'Wasting Qui/: 9::w Capitol Cloak Room. AI-JC—7 Amateur (four 8 Milton Berle: 9 Ring Crosby; 0:30 Mere- The boy may not points, but U. of score as A. basi and inoie • and, he said he thought recn ws better than Caolina. oven thou"! I ennessco beat the Georgians " lost to the Tarheels. What's he said the Vols didn't play as well in beating G-Toch as they did in losiii;.; (o Carolina. Despite the fact that he rules the squad with a firm military demen. not. it has great spirit and he let down Ins hair enough lo be car ned off the field on the shoulders ol his boys after the Tech victory He still has a reputation as a hard unbending taskmaster, but the bovs Jove him. He used to have a few hobbies such us playing bridge (at whi.-Ji he was a master) or in buildin'" bridges for Uncle Sam. which he when he was an officer in the . r forge in the war in the |now be has time for nothing but India theater. But e South-! vidual battle was a standoff, but Tech ws Wal «er had more help and SMU won a close game. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Los Angeles — Bernard Docusen 148, New Orleans, stopped Beart Li- na.m, 146 3-4, Austin, Tex., 4. Detroit — Harold Jones, 134, De troit, and Leroy Willis, 134 3-4, De Iroit, drew, 10. FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — ¥40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS seems to run in loo. In 1939, his wife At!a Neyland was in a Knox- lK^niio.1 and Vanderbjll was i.; 'iVnnesive a hard time of Saturday aft By Unitd Portland, 1G4, dick, New — Al outpoint Bridgeport, Conn., 10. New Haven, Conn — po, 130, New Haven, .Eduardo Caracas, 131, 8. Worcester, Mass — (Buddy) Hayes, J29, Dointed Tommy Greb 10. Salem, Mas William, Mary End Top Player of the Week New York, Nov. 10 — (,-pj— Hoitsma, William and Mary pulled a Bill Swiacki catch against North Carolm last Saturday. This leal brought him today the honor oi being named the lineman of the week m the Associated Press poll 1'ootball fans will remember it was Swiacki's great catch a year Lou end. IV „ -r M V loot -seven • sophomore horn Texarkana, may be a better all-around player under th than six-ten George Kok graduation. h • heig e. basket lost by • out that Amb i!ht and can "take the pVivsic"'!" punishment of body contact which MBS—7 Can You Family Theater; Playhouse. Top This 8:30 i) Manhattan '.' programs: a. m. Honeymoon in At temperature below 70 de«Tce the larvae of clothes moths are active, but they do not die not CI-5S--2 )). m. House P-irty AI3C—10:::0 Ted Malone -MBS—-10 a. m. Passing Parade. EXPLOSION FATAL Bald Knob. Nov. 10 —(/!>)— An explosion fatally injured an East Texas Transmission Company em- ploye near here yesterday as he W.MS working on u pressure valve on the company'!- pipeline. The victim was Frederick Sclnilt/., 30. Eddie drew wiih Mexico City T i m o t h y Boston, out- 135, Quiiu. y. , Hoitsma's remarkable catch Conij came m the second period. Tommy towards Hoitsma in the end zone I wo North Carolina players were; guarding Hoitsma, but ' somehow ' lie leaped up and snared Ihe ball' lor a touchdown. Among other nominations Hal JUiddlesworUi, of the daily Ol-'la- homan in Oklahoma City, asserted plover worker c; sni ance. But wht j protected •Truman \ : 'S|,'i . , 5 |Tul~a 173; Ihey include fanners. farm ' Francisco wuntyrs. si:-l!-cn:ploy l -d people. <io-|!"H>9 Michigan ineslic servants and people v. oik- j 155.3: South'"' nonprofit organisations W; . , J ,?;'; u ' d l> ;1 "iiig oi'ft-nse avera«e a the lieu Cross. 149.1. Missouri 205.3 Utah State i stopped Lem Gabriel" iCitv, N. J.. 8. >e—Neva-j Jersey City, K. J. — Joe Chesliul r , --- .--,-„•"?- a &ame|H8, Bayonne, N. J.. outpointed Georgia Tech 168.4; Sun Mike Jacobs, Itfl Jersey Citv S 16'.3; West Virginia __ ' Columbia Blue geese are gluttonous feed, r ,-.-,-o-'^. 1:V '' (J e .'' £ ' T ilc >' OU »S gorge so steadily and Lee laj.3; Georgia j tnt-y develop more rapidly thuu the young of other geese. Atlantic | KILLED IN FALL T,n 3; - u ', is ' Nov - 10 --W J '~ Hubert Ullrich, 86. was killed in a fall into a well at the home of a son, Adolph. here yesterday. A native of Germany, Ullrich bad lived in the United States since 1881. Survivors include two sons and four daughters. PLAN TO BUILD YOURS BEVERLY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now — Don't \vair Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cosr included in the price of the lor Phone 221

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