Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 2, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 2, 1938
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Friday, September 2,1038 HOPE STAfc, HOPE, ARKANSAS Hundreds Report for First Session ! Hopefuls All Over Arkan-; sas Don Headgears and Shoulder Pads By (he AssDcialod Press In weather far more adaptable to water sports than football, hundreds of youthful gridiron hopefuls at high schools the length and brcdfh of Arkansas donned shoulder pads, headgear and moleskins Thursday for initial training. In greater Little Hock large squads answered (he first calls of their mentors. Little Hock high school mustered approximately 8(1 players for Coach Clyde Van Sickle. Across (he river lit the North Little Rock sladium some (SO athletes drew equipment. Coach Tom Murphy at Catholic high reported 30-odd men at practice, one of (he largest squads in the school's history. Coach Percy Sanders, assisted by Joe Arnelto—ace of last year's Otlacllita College team—gave limbering-up exercises to one of (he best Helena Hustler squads in years. Coach Jack Dale nt Paraguuld had a good turnout. Camden'.s first practice saw 30 men in uniform, including 10 lellermen. At El Dorado where Coach Allen Berry is making a debut following a .successful tenure at Smaekover, 50 candidates reported. Approximately 25 players drew equipment at Hope. Eighteen cx|,,.'ncnccd players including 1(1 letternien, answered the football reveille as sounded by Coach Ben Mayo in the Gri/y.ly stadium at Fort .Smith. The De Queen Pantl»-rs turned out in large numbers for Coach C. O. Criswell. The Conway Wampus Cats had a good first day drill. So did Murfreesboro. Coach "Red" Swaim. assuming coaching duties of the Hot Springs high school Trojans this year, took aspirant- to C:unp Bonanza for a 10- diy football camp. Practice was held Thursday afternoon. "'I here are no lettermen on this squad ils f. lr ns j am concerned and all positions are open," said Swaim as he started his first workout. NO HEADLINE HUNTERS, THESS Put Through First Practice Dixie Davis, Star Witness in Probe Hines' Lawyer Grows Angry in Clash With Schultz' Ex-Attorney NEW YORK.-(/l')_Tho defense spotlighted Thursday the u-ysl.s of Hope Dare and J. Richard (Dixie) Davis, (he state's star witness in the policy racket of Tammany District Leader James J. Mines. Lloyd Paul Stryker, lawyer foil-lines, charged that District Attorney Thomas E. Dewey permitted Davis to visit the red-haired showgirl as an "inducement' 'to turn state's evidence against Hines as a co-conspirator in the multi-million dollar Dutch Sehult/ policy racket. Stryker brought out that Davis made his excursions to Hope Dare's apartment while lie was a prisoner in the Tombs. Davis, ,si|uirming anil reddening OP SIMON PUBLIC LINK'S ~ AT CLEVELAND, OHIO OP COULDN'T OF DENVER STATE CHAMP/ON OF COLORADO.. ZVAN'S OF SANTA MONICA (SETS PLENTY HOT.-, THREES s/y. 323-34?.. LOUISVILLE POUOJKi "To MEDALIST V^Sft Hf&MVAK, SHARON, F/RST ELIMINATES TgAMHATe Tff£N FIL&S To HOME-TOWN PAPER.. Pt\F!f<) Answers to Art Krenz Cartoon 1. In the summer of 1008. Gabby Street, present manager of (he S(. Louis Browns, caught a ball dropped from the Washington Monument, a distance of more than 500 feet. He missed 12 limc.s in a row and caught the Kith. 2. Emil Lcv.sen of Cleveland was (lie last man to win a double-header, defeating Huston twice, August. 28, 1!)2G, by scores of 6-1, 5-1. 3. Shoeless Joe Jackson of the White Sox gol 12 hits in Ihe 1919 world series with Cincinnati, to tie the major league record, yet was banned from baseball for "laying down" in the scandal that followed. under Stryker's questions, protested that while he was married he had not lived with his wife for three years. He insisted that during the visits to Miss Dare's apartment he was never alone in the same room with her. "Detectives were always present." lie said. Davis, flipant and wily, amiably underwent six hours of cross-examination. Stryker grew angry and shout- PIRATES' PEPPER FLoyo Pirates Shutout N. Y 1 Giants ) 6-0 Pittsburgh Now 7 Games in Front in Drive Toward Pennant VAUGHAN TO T£f? DEFENSIV HEIGHTS AT SHORT PITTSBURGH -(/Pi- 71ie pennant n.aich of the Pirates rolled over the New York Giants G lo 0 Thursday and advanced to seven full games in front of the National League parade. Blanked with seven hits by Rookie Pol) Klinger, the Giants dropped below second place for the first time this year, winding up fourth, half a game behind the Cincinnati Reds and Chic.'.go Cubs, who climber into a tie for the runner-up berth. A ladies' day crowd of 28,83!) saw Klinger come off the hospital list and demonstrate (hat his sore arm is once more ready for active duty. The 29- year-old freshman fdom the Coast League was on lop of the situation throughout as he went the route for the first time since August 5 and chalked up his ninth win against five defeats for the year. It was the fourth time he had trounced Terry's Terriers and the 13th time this season the Giants had been shut out, for what is believed (••) be a club record. With no backing at the plate. Prince Hal Schumacher's ailing pitching was no match for the bla/ing Bucs. He was tagged for 11 of (lie Pirates' 12 hits and finally was slugged to [he showers under a three run barrage in the seventh, which was featured by Pep Young's slashing double with the bases loaded. "Li'l Poison" Lloyd Waner paced Ihe Pirate allack, collecting, three singles and a triple and scoring two of the runs. Every member of the Bue lineup, except Third Backer Lee Handley and First Baseman Gus Suhr hit safely at least one. •»<><•. 'Ihe United Stales contains more fusMli/.cd remains of dinosaurs Ihun any oilier country in the world. ed. Davis was alert, confident, easily parrying Stryker's cpjestions. Stryker questioned him about his admitted confessed perjuries. Davis all, though he remarked he was protecting others when he swore falsely. When Stryker ironically asked when his "moral regeneration," typified by his desire to tell the Iruth'as a wil- ness against Hines, had set in, Davis said, "the moment 1 had determined to tell the truth." Prescott School Faculty Is Named T. M. Honea Is One of Three New Teachers Added to List PRESCOTT, Ark.—Three new teachers have been elected this year to replace Mr. Doyle, Mas. Petscli and Miss Piercey. They are T. M. Honea, Miss Irene Hamby, and Miss Dorolhy Laster. Mr. Honea is a gradaule of Pasadena College, Pasadena, Calif., and Iris almost completed his work for a master's degree at the University of Arkansas. While a student at the University his work was so outstanding thai he was awarded a scholarship lo Cornell University. During his ten years of teaching Mr. Honea has been .superintendent of schools at Spring Hill, Fulton, Bod- ca-w and Willisville. Mi.ss Hamby comes highly recommended from Henderson Slate Teachers College where she received an A. E. degree last spring. Aside from making an excellent scholarship record Mi.ss Hamby was very prominent in student activities. She was staff member of the school paper and year book, president of the International Relations club, vice president of the senior class, and an officer in many other important organizations. Miss Laster holds an A. B. degree from Henderson Stale Teachers College and a master's degree from Columbia University, New York Cily. Mi.ss Laster has had some very valuable teaching experience, iwo years of which were speiU in the United States Government school in Porto Rico. She was selected for this position by the Department of Interior over a large number of applicants. Following is a list of the teachers as announced by the school board recently: C. A. Robison, superintendent High School—T. M. Honea, principal; Mrs. Jess Hays, O. H. Storey Jr.. Mrs. Dale Denman, Mrs. John Eagle. Miss Dorothy Laster. Junior High-Mrs. Tula Elliott, principal, Mrs. Roy Slainton, Mrs. R A Highsmith, Miss Irene Hamby Miss Winnie Duke. Primary School—Mrs. L. J. Griffith principal; Miss Carol Scott. Mrs. Hartwell Greeson. Mrs. Harrell Watson, Mrs. Clarence Gordon Jr. Pleasant Hill-W. S. Roe, principal. Miss Johnnie Hamilton, Mrs. Jim Marsh. McRae School-E. Northcross. principal; Ida Johnson, Horace Young, V aside Lee Royston, Hat lie Smith, Artistis Marsh. Men office workers have been more adersely affected by the installation of book-keeping machines than women. The eruption of Mont Polce. in Martinique. West Indies, in 1902, destroyed 30.000 human lives in 15 minutes. By 1930, the number of women office workers outnumbered men, with 51.5 per cent of the total. Hull Won't Take Political "Sides" Refuses Comment on Tycl- ing-s—But Ickes Is Openly Against Him WASHINGTON.- (/P) —Secretary of Stale Hull held aloof publicly Thursday from the administration's campaign to unseat Democratic Senator Millard E. Tydings of Maryland. He was asked al his press conference whether, if he lived in Maryland, he would vote for Tydings or Represen- lalive David J. Lewis, the New Deal candidate for the senatorial nomina- lion. Hull replied lhal if his queslioher would lake care of the acute problems of the Far East, Far Wesl, Far North and Far South, he would be glad lo give some lime to domestic queslions. Any idea that the administration would abandon its effort to defeal Senator Tydings, as Ihe resull of the vic- lory of presidentially-opposed Senator E. D. (Cotton Ed) Smith in South Carolina this week, was dispelled by Secretary of the Interior Ickes, who told reporters he favored Lewis. President Roosevelt, who denounced Tydings recently as a betrayer of Ihe New Deal, has arranged lo make a trip Hope Softball League Clubs w! L. Pel. Bruncr-Ivory .......... 11 J .917 Williams Lumber .... 8 2 .800 CCC Camp ............... 8 4 . .667 Geo. W. Robison .... 5 7 .417 Hope Basket ............ 4 7 .364 Highway Dept ......... 4 8 .333 Thursday's Results No games, rain. G&mes Friday Hope Basket vs. Geo. W. Robison at 7:30. Williams Lumber vs. Highway Dept. at 8:30. Games Monday Bruner-Ivory vs. Williams Lumber at 7:30. Hope Basket vs. Geo. W. Robison at 8:30. Games Tuesday Geo. W. Hobison vs. Bruner-Ivorv at 7:30. Williams Lumber vs. Hope Basket at 8:30. Games Wednesday Alton Camp vs. Hope Basket at 7:30. Hope Basket vs. Bruner-Ivory at ' Games Thursday Hope Basket vs. Bruncr-Ivory at 7loU. Geo. W. Robison vs. Highway Dent at 8:30. ' (End of Schedule) Southern Association Two-Ton Tony and the Little ~Qke Two-ton Tony Galcnto, named No. 1 contender for Joo Louis' world championship, makes a fuss over Tony, Jr., at their summer cottage in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, where the Orange, N. J., heavyweight is recuperating from the siege of pneumonia which canceled his Philadelphia engagement with John Henry Lewis. Clubs Atlanta .. ., Nashville New Orleans Memphis Little Rock Birmingham ChaUanooga Knoxville W. 84 .... 75 7-i 72 71 70 .... GO 55 L. Pet. 57 .596 64 .540 G5 .532 70 .507 Thursday's Results Chattanooga 6, Memphis 4. Only game played. Games Friday Little Rock at ChaUanooga. Memphis at Atlanta. New Orleans at Knoxville. Birmingham at Nashville (2) American League Clubs New York Boston Cleveland Letroit . Washington Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia into Maryland Sunday and Monday and deliver a Labor Day address which will provide an opportunity to urge Lewis' nomination. Senator Tydings charged in a campaign address here last night that the administration had demanded the res- igna'lion of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes last year as a condition to acceptance of a proposed compromise on the court reorganization bill. He said he had acted as spokesman for foes of the court bill in offering the compromise proposal, and added: "I was told that we would have to induce another member of the court to resign. We were asked to get Mr. Hughes to quit and I was told the name of the man who could persuade him to resign. In an interview, one or the president's supporters, Senator Logan (Dem., Ky>), queslioned Ihe wisdom of presidential intervenlion in the Democratic senatorial primaries. He said Senator George (Dem., Ga.), whom Mr. Roosevelt had opposed as a conservative, was "a liberal and a progressive." West Point Test Is to Be Held Oct. 8, Camden Examination for selection of candidates for appointment to West Point Military Academy will be held in Camden, October 8, beginning at 9 a. m. at the postoffice building. There will be one principal appointment and two alternate appointments to West Point for 1939. These appointments will be given to the boys making the highest grades on the above examination. All actual residents of Seventh Congressional District between ages of 18 and 22 years are eligible to take this examination. Applications should be Tigers Again Win Over Yanks, 6 to 3 Monte Pearson Is Tagged for 10 Hits—Henrich Gets Homer NEW YORK.— Iff)— Monte Pearson, who pitched a no-hitter his last time out, took a healing Thursday. The Delroit Tigers nicked him for four runs in the fourth inning and coasted in with a 6-to-3 victory' over the crippled Yankees. The win gave the Tigers the series, two games to one. It was the first time since June 22 lhal the Yanks have lost two games in a row. Pearson, tagged for 10 hits, had his winning slreak snapped at 10 straight and was charged with his sixth defeat aginsl 13 victories. Minus Third Baseman Red Rolfe, Calcher Bill Dickey, and Left Fielder George 'Selkirk, the Yanks showed lit- lle power. Only Tommy Henrich hit his twenty-first homer of the year. Pitcher George Coffman made his first starl of Ihe year for Detroit. He allowed eight hits in eight innings and cleared the bases with a double in the big Tiger fourth. Harry Eisenstal was summoned in Ihe ninlh, when the threatened. made lo Congressman Wade Kitchens, Magnolia, Ark., immediately. Upon receipt of application, he will furnish rules and regulations, authority to take above examination and authority to take physical examination. Kelly Hurls No-Hit Game, Feltons Win Only Two Men Reach First Base—Bruner Plays Saturday LITTLE ROCK - Ed (King Kong) Kelly pitched his fifth no-hit, no-run game of the season as Joe Felton's Cafe, 1937 state champions, blanked the Missouri Pacific Boosters of North Little Rock, 4 to 0, in a quarter-final game of the annual state men's softball tournament at Lamar Porter Field Thursday night. Only two members of the losing team reached first. Kelly made an error in the sixth and walked a man in the seventh. He got 12 strikeouts. Kelly got the only extra base hit of the game, a double in the third inning. ; Felton's scored a run in the second inning and three in the fourth. They made six hits. ' Harvester Beats Jax International Harvester of Little Rock beat Jax of North Little : Rock, 13 to 0, in another game. Priest, pitcher, got the only hit for the Jax team. International clinched the game with three runs in the first. The winners obtained 11 hits. ' Penney Wins Play-Oft J. C. Penney Company team won the Twin City League title, defeating Little Rock Schools, 7 to 3, in the final game of a three-game playoff series. The winners scored five runs in the fifth inning. Penney outhit the losers, 6 to 5. Batteries: Penney—Sears and Hettrick; Little Rock Schools—Dugan and Hogue. The Bruner-Ivory team of Hope, winner over Russellville early this week, will return to Little Rock Sat J urday to play Stuttgart in the state Softball tournament. Senate's Agents Check Campaigns Compare Candidates' Reports With Evidence of Expenditures . : WASINGTON-(#)_Chairman Sheppard, Texas Democrat, disclosed Friday that field agents of the senate campaign expenditures committee were checking canlidates' financial reports against visible signs of campaign sending. The agents will notify the committee it any candidate's expense report appears suspiciously low. Redskins Due in Dallas for All-Star Grid Game DALLAS, Texas— (IP) —Washington's Redskins, defending National Professional Football League champions, will arrive from Chicago Friday, facing another battle from a college all-stars in the Cotton Bowl Labor Day night. Beaten by an all-star team at Chicago last night, the professionals will meet the squad Coaches Jimmy Kitts of Rice Institute and Fred Thomseri of the University of Arkansas are drilling at Southern Melhodist ~~ DO YOU KNOW - ? By Art Krenz 85 70 (j<j 53 61 52 44 44 Thursday's Results Detroit G, New York 3. Boston 5, St. Louis 3. Cleveland 11. Philadelphia 4. Chicago 11, Washington G. Games Friday Boston at New York. Washington al Philadelphia. Only games scheduled. National League Clubs \y. Pittsburgh 75 New York 67 Cincinnati ... 67 Chicago 67 Boston 61 St. Louis 57 Brooklyn 5G Philadelphia 39 Thursday's Results St. Louis G, Philadelphia 5. Chicago 4, Boston 2. Pittsburgh G, New York 0. Only games scheduled. tilimes Friday No games scheduled. - WHO LAST MA±IO% SUCCESSFULLY WHAT CUf?(?£NT MA.JOF? LEAGUE ONCE CAU6HT A BASEBALL BOPPED FROM, THE U MONUMENTr RECORD WAS BANNED BASEBALL DOWN

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