Wednesday HOPE STAR, -HOPE,-ARKANSAS 'King Kong'Loses StateTitle Bid Outpitched by Ison, Felton's Loses to'Harves- ter Team LITTLE nOCK-Scoring the biggest upset in the history of Arkansas softball, the International Harvesters, bo- hind the no-run, .no-hit pitching, of Charley Ison defeated the heavily- favored Joe Felton's Cnfe team and its nee pitcher. Ed (King Kong) Kelly, 1 to 0, for the state championship at Lnmnr Porter Field Monday night A crowd estimated at 3,000 looked on Ison outdid Kelly at his.own game. Underhanding his right-hand shots at three speeds, Charley probably turned in the greatest performance of his career, mowing down the Feltons as fast as they appeared at the plate He retired the Cafemen in order in every inning except the second and the sixth An error was responsible for a Fel- tonitc reaching first in the second and n.bose on balls and an error put two on in -the sixth. Just as it appeared that the game would g 0 into extra innings, Ed Baxley, released by the Feltons in mid- .sieiison, hit a screaming triple to left after one was out. Then Coppy Mc- Heynolds .rapped a tantalizing bounder to first. Tlie Felton first sackur pegged to the plate but the throw was lute and the ball game was over. Shortly after the game the trophy for the most outstanding record in Keeping Greenberg Ahead of Babe Ruth's Record )|927 Home Run -Pace, BigfBoy'Shoofcslfor&l .™,,—^—-""v'waiBee.&rr«?v "™^ r> . ww _ w , „ , _ • • , . <•. f ,J7 **+*/ **i rwwi.g >I,K/I *.wi An Oriliiiniicc lo be an Ordinance Kn- titled, An Ordinance I*iovidlng fol the Purchase of n Site for a Fire Studon, and ( o Purchase Necessary Mnterlals („ Bujld and Construct a Fire Station for the City of Hope, and for other purposes. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCTI OF THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS Section 1: That the City of Hope Arkansas, purchase the following described lands, situated in the City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas to-wit: East Seventy-five (75) feet of Lots Ton t(10) Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), in Block Thirty-one <31), in the City of Hope, Arkansas . foi- a site upon which to build a fire suition at a cost of EIGHTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS ($180000) Section 2: That the City of Hope purchase the necessary materials and construct a fire station, according to plans and specifications on file with the City Clerk of Hope, Arkansas, at n cost not to exceed TWENTY-FIVEV THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000 00) provided a grant of .15% of such cost is made by Public Works Administration. Section 3: That all ordinances and/or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed; and this ordinance being necessary for the public health, safety and general welfare of the inhabitants of the City of Hope an emergency is hereby declared, and this ordinance shall be in full force from and after its passage an/.l publication. Passed and approved this Gth day of September, 1938. Published in the Hope Star 7th day of September, 1938. ALBERT GRAVES Attest: Mayor T. R. Billingsley City Clerk. NOTICE OF SALE OF PROPERTY Under Execution NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the undersigned, as Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas, by virtue of the levy of a certain writ of execution issued on the 5th day of August, 1938 out of the Circuit Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, upon a judgment rendered in said court 'on the 8th day of October, 1935, in a certain cause therein pending (No. 15G8) wherein Central States Life Insurance Company was plaintiff, and R. T. White was defendant, in favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant, will on Friday, the 30th day of September, 1938, between the hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon, and three o'clock in the afternoon of the said date, at the front or main door of the Court House in Hempstead Co.unty, Arkansas, (the said front or main door of the court house in Hempstead County, Arkansas, being now the City Hall in the City of HoiHi, Arkansas, which is the building in which the courts of Hempstead County now meet), offer for sale at public unction to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: All of Lot Five (5) and a strip 1816 feet wide off of the entire South side of Lot Six (6), all in Block Fifty-three (53) in the City of Hope, Arkansas Also the South Half (SV4) of Lot Five (5), Block Thirty-six (30) in the City of Hope, Arkansas. .Also all of Lot Eight (8), and a strip 10 feet wide off of the entire South side of Lot Seven (7), in Block Thirty-seven (37), in the City of Hope, Arkansas. Also Lot Ten (10), Block Thirty- seven (37), in Hope, Arkansas. Also the North Half (N'/fc) of the South Half (S'/i) of Lot Two (2), Block Thirty-eight (38), in Hope, Arkansas. Also, the North Half (NVi) of Lot Sixteen (1C), Block Thirty-eight (38), in Hope, Arkaiisas. Also, the East Half (EVj) of the Southeast Quarter (SE'/i) and the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVfc) of Section Henry Grccnhcrc's sharp eyes follow the ball from the pitohcr's hand as he KRncratos power for a home run from this stance.. 'Baseball's mightiest prip is taken at the very end of the bat. It's No Wonder ATLANTA, Texas—</P)—A. O. Petty, an oilman, entered the office of the Atlanta Electric company carrying a radio. "The darned thing won't work," he said. "It rattles!" Repairmen discovered a 30-inch diamondback rattle- Twelve (12), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 120 acres, in Hempstead County, Arkansas; Also, the Southeast Quarter .(SEVi) of the 'Southeast' Quarter (SEVi) of Section Thirty-four (34), and the Southwest'.Quarter (SWV 4 ) of the Southwest,Quarter .(SWM) of Section Thirty-five (35), ;in ; Township Twelve (12) South, Range Twenty-five (25) West, in Hempstead County,-Arkansas; Also the ••following described tract of ' land • in the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Northwest;.Quarter 1NW.%), of Section Two (2), Township Thirteen (13) South, :Range Twenty-five (25) West, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, described, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NWVO of Section i Two (2) and run thence West 93% yards to the center of the creek, run thence Southeasterly along the center-of ; the creek to.a point on the East boundary line of the'Northwest Quarter XNWVi) pf-Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of said Section Two (2), which point.is 107'Xj yards South of the point of beginning; run thence North 107% yards back to the point of beginning, and containing 1% acres, more or less. Also Lots Five (5) and Six (6), in Block Four (4), in Allen's Addition tp Hope, Arkansas. Also, Lots.Two (2) and Three (3), in Block Fifty-three (53) in the City of Hope, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: This sale is on a credit of three months/the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law, with approved security. GIVEN Under my hand this 29th duy of August, 1938. J. E. BEARDEN Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas. Aug 31, Sept. 7, 14. Lost, Mister? It looks as though Fred Waring would need a map, compass. and a native guide to find his way out of th"e rough at Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pa., where the orchestra leader was photographed in the qualifying round tor the Buckwood Inn Trophy, snake among the tubes and spent the next two hours gingerly getting rid of it. Where the snake came from not even Petty could guess. \ Starting Early for an Extra Point Too many football games are lost by the margin of a point after touchdown, so Bill Krywicfci buckles down to place-kicking early on Fordham Field, where the Rains became the first major college teain in the country to begin drills. Great things are expected of ^ Hope Softball League Clubs W. L! Pel Bruner-Ivory .: 12 1 ,923 Williams Lumber .... 10 2 .833 CCC Camp 8 4 ;CG7 Geo. W. Robison G 9 .400 Hope Basket 5 9 .356 Highway Dept 4 9 ;308 Tuesday's Results Bruner-Ivory 12, Robison 9. Williams 9, Basket Co. 0. Games Wednesday Alton Camp vs. Hope Basket at 7:30. Hope Basket vs. Bruner-Ivory at 8:30. Games Thursday Hope Basket vs. Bruner-Ivory at 7:30. Geo. W. Robison vs. Highway Dept. at 8:30. Games Friday Williams Lumber vs. Bruner-Ivory. (Km! of Schedule) Southern Association • Clubs w! L"! Pet. Atlanta. 86 GO .589 Nashville 80 G5 .552 New Orleans 78 G7 .538 Memphis 74 73 .503 Little Rock 72 74 .493 Birmingham 71 78 .477 Chattanooga G5 79 .451 Knoxville 58 88 .397 Tuesday's Results Knoxville 12, Birmingham 1. New Orleans-Nashville (off day). Other games at night. Games Wednesday Little Rock at Atlanta (night). Memphis at Chattanooga. Only games scheduled. American League Clubs W. llPel New York 89 40 .690 Boston 74 53 .583 Cleveland 73 54 .575 Detroit G5 03 .508 ^Washington C4 CG .492 Chicago 54 70 .435 St. Louis 4G 80 .365 Philadelphia 45 84 .349 Tuesday's lU'siiits Chicago 8, St. Louis 2. Washington 7, Boston 5. Cleveland G, Detroit 0. Only games played. Games Wednesday St. Louis at Chicago. Cleveland at Detroit. Philadelphia at Washington. New York at Boston. National League Clubs wT L!Pel Pittsburgh 75 52 .591 Cincinnati 72 58 .554 Chicago 71 58 .550 New York 70 59 .542 Boston G5 G2 .512 St. Louis 61 62 .512 £t- Louis 61 68 .473 Brooklyn 58 70 .453 Philadelphia 40 85 .320 Tuesday's Results New York 6, Boston 5. St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 0. Brooklyn G, Philadelphia 4. Only games played. Games Wednesday Boston at New York. Brooklyn ot Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Cincinnati. Chicago at St. Louis. Salesmen, Beware! GREENBELT, Md.-W)—This federal co-operative community, which does everything by ballot, is decidedly against allowing anybody to solocit business in the homes of the city—except the 'man who runs the ice cream wagon. Coming Up Fast Dartmouth, Ohio State, Alabama and • RiceiLookGood toTulane's Grid Coach Lowell: (Red) Dawson Names the Teams He Thinks Will Be Outstanding- in. 1938—Sees Big Ten. Circuit Much Stronger This Season E. J. Harrison, former Little Rock, Ark., caddie, and .a comparative newcomer to the ranks .of professional golf, appears quite satisfied with his first round in the $10,000 Cleveland Open at Oakwodd Country Club, in which he tied for the lead with Byron Nelson with a score of 69. Approximately 120,000 known comets are included in the solar system. By LOWELL (RED; DAWSON Head Football Coach, Tulane University. With post time for the 1938 intercollegiate gridiron derby near, some two score football steeds carry some hopes of thundering into the November stretch with prospects of fame and glory at the finish. Geographically, all sections of the U. S. will provide favorites and dark horses, one of which will come from the field to win mythical national championship honors in a topsy-turvy climax. . <:., Prime favorites from the .east include the Dartmouth Indians, Harvard, Villanova, Fordham, Cornell and Holy Cross. Pittsburgh, with Goldberg to spark the Panthers again, may crash through with a big surprise. The Hanover Hillman, right now appear to be the class of the New' England field and I'd be tempted to name Villanova.as most likely to finish second with Cornell and Fordham about even for the third spot and Hoy Cross close behind. Outstanding Eastern players Will include such stars a? Bill McLeod, Dartmouth back; Wysocki, Villanova end; George Peck, a back,-Bill McKeever, tackle, and Brud Holland 1 , end, of Cornell; Bill Osmanski, Holy Cross fullback; and Luckman of Columbia, one of the outstanding pass chunkers of the country. I'l not be surprised if Osmanski is the standout back of the East this fall. In the Big Ten, Ohio State figures to be better than at any time in recent years. The Wildcats of Northwestern are better prepared and Minnesota can't be discounted. .The Bad • : gers of Wisconsin will probably be the most improved team in the -Western conference, but .Indiana, .must also be considered in any surprise possibility column. 'Names like to figure in the. headlines this fall from the Big Ten must include Howie Weiss, • Wisconsin fullback; Jack Ryan of Northwestern, halfback; Fred Trosko, Michigan half:.back:-Nile Kinnick,- Iowa's sensational sophomore .of last year; Harold; Van Every, triple threat halfback of the Gophers; Jimmy Rabb of Ohio: State; Marty Christiansen and Larry Buhler, Minnesota fullbacks; and Elmer Gedr eon, Wolverine end. Cornhuskers Look Sure Notre Dame's Fighting Irish will also be up to the usual high standard of play, while Nebraska's Cornhuskers may well be looked to for Bix Six leadership. The Pacific coast race, despit some warnings about Washington's Huskies, appears to boil down to a three-cornered dog fight between California, Stanford and Southern California. The Bears lost heavily in material last fall, and it is doubtful if they can climb back to the same peak this year. Stanford and Southern Caifornia both appear to be on the upgrade. If the Trojans can get by Alabama in their opening game, they'll be hard to head. In one of the toughest leagues in RichtHurlsLiR^to a Woflit Victory Youngster ;Pitches Pekect Game Against Atlanta •Crackers • ATLANTA, Ga.— Twenty-two-yeaf- old Woodrow .Earl Rich of Morganton. N. C., .pitched the Little Rock TraVel- ers ,to a no-hit, no-run 4-to-O victory over the league-leading Atlanta Crackers in >the first game of- a double-header here Tuesday night. The* Crackers won the second game,; 5 to 0. • .Rich's no-hitter was above suspicion as the only two Atlanta, players to get on base received; passes. The^TraVel- ers fielded flawlessly behind - the youngster, ... ''Regarded. 'as the outstanding* rookie righthander in. the .Southern,; Association, as early .as June,' Rich turned in one. .of > 'the - greatest pitchin'gr t>er- fqrmances, seen in. Atlanta A many a. -season." Combing a blazingi speed ball ;with a sharp-breaking \curve, Wpody, served notice -that he wasiright froni 'the outset of the game. \ .. 'It'- was Rich's- 18th victory of \ the season. 'He has lost 10. v • Paul Dean Is Back Withjthe Cards Is Recalled From Dallas 'Club to •Old Major League^ Berth ST.:LOUIS, Mo.—Paul Dean, sent to Dallas of the Texas League this year by the St. Louis Cardinals in the hope he would regain major league form, will report to the Cards here Wednesday. .• Dean. telephoned General Manager Branch Rickey he would leave Dallas by train.Tuesday. ' : . Found Needle in Leg . LINCOLN, Kans.-VP)—A pain in his leg .sent C. H. Walters to a physician; arid an X-ray examination disclosed a needle lodged.near "the bone. An operation >.recovered .the needle, rusty and. slightly bent. Walters can't remember when the needle stuck him. ithe country, Rice is a favorite but it's a. tradition that a champion never repeats in the Southwest -conference. The Owls seem to have everything including two great backs in Lain and Cordill. Yet, they must be wary of T.. C. U. and Arkansas, particularly. Watch L. S. U., Auburn Alabama, L. S. U. and Auburn appear most formiddable in the Southeastern conference. The Tide figures to bo; better :thaii last year, while the Bayou, Bengals expect to be stronger. •Vanderbilt is another picked in most quarters as a first division team, .while Georgia Tech, Tulane, Tennessee,'Mississippi State, Gie . Miss and Florida may. make it interesting for the leaders on several Saturdays. 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