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Page Six CLASS Adj Murt Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One • MOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Words Up to 15 16 to 20 21 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 43 «to 50 Day Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 ... 1.20 .... 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 0.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sole GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M McWilliams at McWilliams Seed Stbre, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo 193? : CHEVROLET COUpiTlN excellent condition. See it at 815 West 6th street. 8-Gt For Sale or Trade 1940 WILLYS JEEP. IN A-! CON- dition. Phone 9GO or see at G19 West ,'ird Street. iG-Gt Notice WE BUY, SELT, AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton ' Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. LET US RENOVATE YOUR OLD mattress, or make it into a new mnersprJng. One day service in town. Bright Mattress Company, Phone 930-.T-2. l-2w WEIGHT PIANO IN VERY GOOD condition. S1UO. See at 404 West 5th Street.' 11-31 SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 28 Nights, 369-W City Hall. 4-lmo 18 REGISTERED POINTER BIRD- dogs. Two and one-half years old and younger. Champion blood lines. Gary Formby, Patmos, Ark. 12-3t 1939 CHEVROLET 3/4 TRUCK, new motor, good condition. Dixons Service Station, : Hazel and Division Streets. 13-Gt TURKEYS, FANCY CORN FED, finished .on Purina Fatena. Quality unsurpassed. Phone 18 or 808-W. Dr. Alexander. 16-61 150 GALLON BUTANE TANK IN good condition. See Harvey Allen at Tol-E-Tex Station or 102 South Washington street. 17-Gt SEE FINIS JOHNSON FOR choice pigs. Washington, Arkan sas, Phone 2. 18-Gt ONE HKAVY DUTY CATERPIL- iar pull grader and terracer for $325.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Arkansas.. 18.(3t For Rent 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Private bath and private entrance. Couple preferred. 220 East 2nd Street, Phone 114-R. 11-31 MODERN APARTMENT. 322 West Division, Phone 33G-W. W. T. Franks. ll-3t THREE LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms. 815 East Division. Phone 804-J. is-3t NICE 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED apartment. Private entrance and bath. Couple preferred. Mrs. Galster, 222 N. Hervcy. 12-3t DUPLEX APARTMENT 4 ROOMS, private entrance and bath. Close in, Vacant. See A. H. Eversmeyer on South Main. 15-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED downstairs apartment. Telephone 32. Mrs. J. W. Turner. 17-3t THREE LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms. Private entrance. $15 pel- month. 014 N. Adams, Phone 744. • 18-3t THREE ROOM~ FURNISHED apartment. Private entrance and private bath. Frigidaire. 321 N. Hamilton. Phone 835-J. 18-3t Wanted BOW OR OVAL FRONT CHINA cabinet, four or five shelves high. Write box 98 in care of Hope Star. 10-Gt Instruction - Female A FASCINATING CAREER. PRACS TICAL NURSING. Prepare now to help fill the need in a well- paying ocucpation. Easy spare- time training. High school not needed. Many earn while learning. FREE information. Write Wayne School of Practical Nursing, Box 08, Hope Star. 15-3t For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. !i mile East of Hope On Highway 4 Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrlgorators. • See us for Refrigerator Ser- v^e, 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 moke your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER RIFRiaiRATiON SERVICE Phone 1260 11? Hope Lost KEYHOLDER WITH ABOUT 12 keys. Name on holder. .1. S Line "The Coloson Man" Phone 850' 12-3t ONE AND ONE-HALF YEAR OLD bird dog setter. White with tan ear. Lib.oral reward. Charles Bryan, Phone 1111 or 1086. 12-31 BLONDE ""COCKER SPANIEL itiinale pup, eight to ten months old. Answers to name "Cindy". Reward. Phone 1212-M. Donald Moore. 12 -3t RIP RAP ~ months . spots. Split brown ear. Child's pet. Johnnie Nash, Phono 270-J. 17-3t BLACK AND WHITE POINTER aged 18 months. Answers to name "Mac". Liberal reward. Phone 21G-W or notify E. A. McDowell. : 17-31 Help Wonfed PRACTICAL SHOP TRAINING IN Plumbing, Electricity, Drafting, Auto-Mechanics and Shoe Repair Veterans can earn up.to $210-$2flO per month while training. See R. G. Hitt. at Hcmpstead County Courthouse (2nd floor) Monday Nov. 15th from 12 Noon to 5 p.m. 13-11 Fair By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. The vigor of the Department of Justice in Prosecuting Congressman Parnell Thomas, the chairman of the committee on un-American Acitivities, is a dramatic reproach to the same bureau when we consider the attorney general's IT'nti *"i v»n 4Vi *» 4*tT..r. 1 ii i .. -• i Thursday, November 18, 1948 we consider the attorney general's state." McAmis said "Othi iron apathy toward the traitorous they will travel on south in < conspirators exposed by the Thorn- of water." as Committee. At worst, if'he be ^/i« A ,«,•.. „„:,! <i,_i i:in_ *_ guilty, Thomas filched a' few thousand dollars and did that under a COLORED VETERANS FOR SHOP training in auto- mechanics plumbing or shoe repair. See R i ,"— t—- — •->- •" G. Hitt at Courthouse Monday {?? cad ?, s - , : dal ' c . , sa >: from 19. iinnn <n s ^ m r-^,, „.,,.» Himself, lias paid hi from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Can earn up to $21Q-$290 per month while training. i3.i t Wanted fro Buy BEGINNER WANTS BABY PIGS and small heifer calves. H Carlson, Route 2, Box 159, Hope, Ar kansas. 9-Gt GOOD PRICES PAID FOR HIGH grade milch cows. See Autrev Wilson. Phone 9G4-W-2. 12-31 Real Estaf-e tor Sale 4 ROOM HOUSE TO MOVE. SEE Mrs. .1. R. Allen, 7 miles South East of Shover Springs or write Route 1, Emmet, Arkansas ll-3t WE HAVE TWO FOUR ROOM houses at prices you can afford to pay, Practically new and nicely located. See us before you buy. Tyler Realty Service, Cotton 13-31 Row. NEIGHBORHOOD GROCERY^ stock of goods and fixtures. Small living quarters. In residential district. Phone 1258. 15-31 MODERN FIVE ROOM HOUSE with small acreage. Lights, gas, water, telephone. R. L, Easterling, Patmos-Shover Springs PRACTICALLY ~NEw'~T"ROOM house, large front porch, screened back porch, Built in feakues Lot 200 x 150. City Water, lights and gas. Extra \V.\ acre pasture with running water. All for $2iif>0.00. Tyler Realty Service ______ ___ 1C- It Salesman Wanted A GOOD POSITION FOrT/TcOOD man. Write Box 98 for full information. 8-Gl Not So Modern Pictures and statues of mythical characters, heroes and heroines of antiquity, consistently are shown with curly locks, .jnany with hair arranged as modern women wear it. • .-- " "IH.I 1.1,1.4 LIIUL UllUel U logical, if rather daring, extension oi the common practice of nepotism on Capitol Hill, On the other hand, dozens of individuals, planted in secret recesses of the government were stoutly accused by stand-up witnesses of betraying the United States to the Russian enemy. The Department of Justice has ignored these cases. Even Russian aliens implicated in the same band of conspirators nave not been molested. And a few days ago Torn Clark, the attorney general, and Mrs. Clark, were photographed in happy social doings at the Soviet embassy. This was appeasement on a personal plane but the bait of a snifter c.f vodka and a hod of caviar at this outpost of the Kremlin is irrestible to most Democrats and the more so to their wives. Such susceptibility in not, as the lawyers say actionable. . Thomas is charged with defrauding the government by kick-backs from real persons who were fictitious employees. He is a rotund hick of a vanishing American type whose social errors in the examination of witnesses were the honest patriotic blurts of the typical main street insurance man, druggist or service stationist. It was not by his doing that congressional procedure waived the tricky legalistic tangles of the courts. This method of getting information was there when Thomas became chairman of the committee, established, tested, and vindicated long ago. He just made use ot it and the gruesome fact is that for all his prejudice against traitors and spies, he is no less judicial and fair than many of the fully articled judges of the federal courts now sitting. The kick-back of pay has been common practice in Congress for Waier Situation Concern of Duck Hunters Little Rock, Nov. 17 —(UP) — With the opening of the duck season just around the corner, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission officials today expressed concern over the water situation in the state. Secretary T. A. McAmis said that at the present time there is not enough water to keep ducks in Arkansas in any numbers after the season opens Nov. 20. "We need plenty of overflow if we are to keep the ducks in the "Otherwise search McAmis said that little free/ing weather has been reported in the north to drive the fowl down the Mississippi flyway. He quoted Walter Mcbanc game management agent of the U S fish " ing big and wildlife service as report- a reord flight of ducks in th , lake area of Mississippi coun- The flight of an estimated 100,,._J ducks was seen feeding in the dry fields near the big lake federal It looks like a muddy field tonight at Mammons Stadium when the Yerger Tigers meet Dunbar High of Little Rock in an important contest. Dunbar boasts a heavy team that lias been overpowering foes all season. The Tigers have been working hard every day despite bad weather and will be out to halt the visitors. The game has been called for 8 o'clock. party would Mr. tithe Clarl;, to his for years, failing which he be a miracle man deserving ervng the dribbling adulation of Henry Wallace. All politicians pay their parties and President it to Tru man sat on a county board in Kansas City which collected for the Pendergast machine a bounty called lug on every dollar spent for public improvements. His personal abstention from lug is interesting but doesn't amount to formal condemnation of lug as lug. The late Ray Clapper once defeated many members of Congress up for re-election by exposing in print, the fraud, or, in a .sweeter word, white graft, which had become a firm auxilliary to the family income of statesmen The racket is still FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS I FLOOR SANDING & FINISHJNG All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. Z. TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finiihina LINOLEUM Agphalt Tile * Rubber Tils ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dlfi Post Holei » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lot* » Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 on the . standard practise, no more discountenanced by public opinion than looting by major-generals. The most distinguished individual who has been caught at it, not that he tried to hide anything, was John N. Garner during his terms as congressman. He employed Mrs. Garner as his secretary " in Washington and his son, Tuliy in some indistinct role in the Garners' home town of Uvalde, Tex Tully may have applied himself more of his father's multifarious private interests than to affairs of state, but the law pertaining seems not to require time-analysis Mrs Gamer was an excellent" secretary and their son's services were not put to the lint-picking skepticism mat a Democratic reviewer applies to the income tax return of an impious Republican. As I say, clapper's expose drove out a passe! of rumpled vulgarians ot the lower House, many of whom are only iransienls, anywav. But. it did no good and the sense of Congress was indignation at C'l.ipijc-r and mourning for the miscreant brothers. Actually, the Institution o! Nepotism is rock-ribbed in "ov- ormnent and in the big unions almost all of which now support dynastic families of parasites. It has never been more flagrantly practised than by the late Koose- vc'll. He loaded (he government rolls with his son. Jimmy, at SIO 000 to fetch him out of mischief in Uoston, with an impecunious sh'o- cousin at $li,000 whose duty ostensibly was to choose pretty' chintzes lor our far-Hum; embassies and old Uncle Fred Delano. Uncle Fred was barnacled onto the national resources planning board, with a .-oorn in the State Department. l' rum this office he used to write evasive letters to naive investors in the bonds of a scab coal mine in the Pennsylvania fields which UK- larnilv owned and operated 'no bondholders took a neat shellacking according to the family tradition but the episode found tin' attorney - general's office too Heavily concerned to pay it anv mind. At the approach of election day, (here was more alarm anioii;' Uemocratic congressman than Republicans over the captious altitude ol Mr. Clark toward Coivress- man Thomas. The Democrats in oitico tor lli years, were horrified Ic.-t Clark s.-l a precedent as awful li> the party ol' humanity as the iMirnborg. precedenls are to our •norals and secretaries of stale. If Dewey v.vre then elected and found it in his .soul to proseculc impartially, more Democrats ihan Republicans would »o to quod. The danger pas.sed. of course, with the posting of belated returns but there is still a feeling among Mi. Clark's partisans thai far "more harm than good musl come of the Thomas prosecution. Fur a short time, in alarm at Clapper's expose, the M:ile,!.vn traded, as it Were, their sisters and their cousins and their :umis, Alias Jones being hired by Congressman Smith and Miss Smith by Cong. Jones. The proteclive coloration of matrimonial names also helped frustrate niggling journalists who might want to repeat the Clapper coup. Bui public morals )iow plainly condoned this gruft and 'ine siiilt-siiiuii would hardly go to the trouble of hiring another's wife or daughter except for immoral pur- New champions will be crowned in the AA and A divisions, for the 1947 winners aren't in the field A new titlist also is likely in Class B. the Defending champion in that division, Dermott, failed to win its district crown and was invited to nil a bye in the bracket, but isn't ranked among the top contenders The Class AA playoffs will be a By CARL BELL Associated Press It's playoff time Sports Editor in Arkansas high school football.-Twenty teams this weekend will start the elimination grind that will lead three of them to state championships. Titles will be decided in Classes A and B. One Class A game will be played tonight, but the main show will bo tomorrow night. the the Blythe- Smack four-team fight, with ville Chicks favored ,.„,.- OHU.CK- over and Russellville ranked close behind. In the first round, Blylheville, which won seven games and tied two but had two victories taken away on forfeits, will be host Friday night to Russcllville's Crimson Cyclone, which has won seven lost two and tied one. Both tied North little Rock, a member of the Big Six (Triple A) division. But Bly- thcville defeated Little Rock, 'a team which won over Russellville The other first-round tilt will pit Smackover against Van Burcn on a neutral field at. El Dorado Saturday night. Smackover won five and lost three during the regular season, reaching its peak only the lasl Jew weeks and defeating Hope which for a while was ranked a.s the state's No. 1 team. Van Bin-en has a record of seven victories and two losses. First round winners will meet for the championship, but not until alter Thanksgiving week since that period is set aside for traditional rivalries. In Class A, the favorites are undefeated, untied Paragould, twice- beaten Nashville and all-winning Waldron. The first round games will be: Waldron (won 9. lost 0) at Bcn- tonvillo if>-3) tonight (Thurs.i Batusville (7-1) vs Benton (G-3) at Conway Friday night. Paragould (»-Oi vs'llelena (C-2-1) _fiy Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr._ New York, Nov. 18 —(/PI— More nominations — or we dunno why they call them "Little" All-America candidates:. . .Tackle Ivan (Ox) Snowdcn, Texas A. and M. six-fcol- thrcc, 230 pounds and a right rugged gent who runs a farm in the lower Rio Grande Valley between college terms. . .Robert and John Zolc/.nikar, halfbacks, of Duluth, Minn., Junior college. They're brothers. Bob, 19fl pounds, had an average of 10.4 yards on 93 rushes up to last week. John slightly smaller, had an even ten yards or 75 tries. . .Duluth, aiming for the Little Rose Bowl, can present more statistics that would make you di/xy. . .Fred Wencll, back, and Sugar Evans, tackle Texas Mines. Size unavailable, but Jimmy Kitts says Evans is a.s good a tackle as he has seen in years and Wendt could nlay on anyone's ball club. . .Rollie Greeno, fullback, Aberdeen, S. D., Northern Teachers. Here's a real little guy only 140 pounds, but the first time he tried kicking in averaged 50 yards. a game he Good Hunting Stout Steve Owen claims he has a simple and headache-free way of settling Sunday's pro football argument with the Green Bay Packers. I wanted to toss a coin with Curly Lambeau and then wo could both go to South Dakota for a week and hunt pheasants.". . It wouldn't be very safe for either of them if out thore there were any with guns. football Sports Before your Eyes Latest rumors have Coaches Denny Myers (Boston college) and Ed Danowski (Fordham) balancing on the edge. Ossie Solem, now at bprmgfield, and Vin Lombard! one pi Danowski's assistants, have been mentioned as possible replacements. With the pressure lifted at Smackover last weekend Hope's Bobcats journey to Arkaclelphia tomorrow night for a game with the luckless Badgers. The following Thursday the Bobcats go to Nashville where they revive their annual battle with the Scrappers who are currently favored to cop the Single A, "crosvn this week. Despite Hope's showing against the Bucks on a muddy field they were picked by coaches for the third spot in a state poll, a lie with Ft. Smith. The Bobcats will be crippled again this week but are not expected to have any trouble downing Arkadclphia. But if the field is muddy the contest may be tighter than the dope indicates. Many injured first stringers are expected to see only limited action as tht Bobcats will try to be in shape for the Nashville tilt. A large delegation will again follow the Bobcats. Delta Bowl Opponents Yet to Be Named Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 18—(UP) -— Opponents for the Delta Bowl football bame here this year will not be definitely set until after Saturday's tilts, it appeared today. One bid has been definitely extended to William and Mary, but officials there are still in a huddle over accepting the invitation. William Brady, president of the Bowl association, said a scout, will go to Stillwater, Okla. Saturday to watch Oklahoma A. & M. play Kansas State. The Aggies' Athletic Director Frank Iha answered a "feeler" by saying he perferred to wait until after Saturday's game before making a commitment. • ^ The University of Utah is also under consideration for the second annual Delta Bowl clash, but President A. Ray Olpin said yesterday that the Utes are currently concentrating on their Thanksgiving Day clash with Utah State. "After that game wo may be very interested in the Memphis game," Olpin said. On the average, thunderstorms are twice as frequent in Ohio as they are in northern New England. ,$). Prescott's Curly Wolves have a re-scheduled game with Malvern at Cummins Field at 3 o'clock Friday night, Coach Cook said today J.he game was tentatively canceled due to the state playoff but was rescheduled wl>sn Malvern was ousted by Benton. It will be the final game of the season for the Wolves who have played one of the toughest schedules in years. Although they lost a good many of the contests Prescott apparently is on the comeback trail and this year's team gave a creditable showing in every game. Despite the losses Prescott tans have seen some o! the best football in years. One of the largest crowds of the season will be on hand. Friday night. at Nashville (8-2) at Forrest City Warren (7-3) Friday night. The undefeated, untied Bauxite Miolcrs and Lake Village, which has lost two, loom as (lie stron«est contenders in the B playoffs. Pairings for this division, all games to be played Friday night are- Hartford (6-U-D at Dermott (8-11 Pocahontas (7-2) al Bauxite (9- both tliis tamden 1-airview (8-1-1) vs Lake Village i!)-2i at Crossott. Teams not in th continue playing schedules this week. Little Rock already has sewed up the championship of the Big Six, a lille decided by season won-lost percentage ralher than by play- oils. The Tigers may meet '^» Class AA playoff winner if agree. Besides the playoffs, games weekend include: Sprijif!<i;il(.- al Fort Smith Ava, Mo., at Harrison JloavoiK'r, Okla., at Rogers Westville, Okla., at Siloam .Springs. Oklahoma City Capitol Hill al Fl Dorado. Catholic High at Pine Bluff Newport at Marked Tree. Wynne at Jum'sburo. Malvern at PrcscoU. iUarianna at De-will. MenticeHo at Fordyce. Hope at Arkadolph'ia. DcQuecii at Horatio. There i.s no scientific foundation for the common belief that, if a snake is killed, its male will soon aopear and seel; vengeance on the killer. Michigan Not Best Team in Statistics New York, Nov. 18 —(UP) There are 26 major college football ;eams which top unbeaten Michigan in total defense statistics, but :he Wolverines are in a class by .hemselves when it comes to yielding points. Although the Big Nine leaders have been shoved back for an average of 205.6 yards per game even 'in registering eight victories in a row, they've been toughest to crack where it counts most. They lave yielded their opponents only 41 noints all season. Undefeated Clernson ranks second in giving up points with 47 in seven games, while Penn State and Georgia Tech are tied for third with 4o points each, according to statistics released today by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. The Ramblin' Wrecks from Georgia Tech continued to lead the nation's large schools in total defense with an average yield of 137 6 vards in eight contests and also boasted the best rushing defense mark, having given up only 50 0 yards per game on the ground. The University of Richmond took over first place in pass defense. Ihe Virginians have allowed their opponents to complete only 41 out "' , 12 in Dnsses >'«' a -331 percentage and 392 yards—an average of 4 yards per game. North Carolina, thanks to Charley Justice, continued as the num bc-r one minting team with an average of 44.1 yards on 51 kicks— the best pace since 1939. Maryland was second to Georgia lech in total defense with nn average yield of 1G5.3 yards in eight games. while Army and North Carolina were tied for third with 107.1-yard averages for eight contests. .- Pennsylvania, which has given iie playoffs will l up an Average of 75.3 yards in their rc»ular!- sev , en » : ', I1U ' B . ranked second in New York, Nov. 18 —f/P)— North Carolina State 100 Cherry Point Marines 23. That score from Raleigh. N. C., last night was a sharp reminder that the college basketball season would be in full swing in a couple of more weeks. N. C. State billed its game with the Marines as an exhibition, but it illustrated the current overlapping of the college football and cage seasons. Champions of the Southern Conference for the last two years N. C. State romped to a 55-11 halftime edge. Possibly looking ahead to state's invasion of San Francisco and Los Angeles next month, Coach Everett Case used a total of 13 men. State is listed to play San Francisco at the S. F. Cow Palace on Dec. 23. then compete in the invitational tourney at the Pan-Pacific auditorium 'in Los An"eles Dec. 28-29-30-31. Before that, however, Tennessee, of the Southeastern Conference, and Baylor, of the Southwest, will officially open the holiday cage junkets by corning to New York to play in the first twin bill of the season Dec. 2 at Madison Square garden. Tennessee is pitted against against St. Johns of Brooklyn and Baylor against New York Univ. During the ensuing 29 days before New Year's Day, Kentucky's NCAA championship club will head a parade of other clubs in hopping around the country. Kentucky will appear in New York. Boston and New Orleans. Other clubs listed for long grips include: Navy to the Midwest; Georgia and Georgia Tech to the North; Arkansas. Southern Methodist, Texas, Rice and Texas Aggies, to the Midwest and East; Denver. Brigham Young and Utah to the East; Kansas State to both the Pacific and Atlantic Coasts; Iowa State, Oklahoma and Colorado to the East: Bowling Green and Bradley to the East; Notre Dame to the East and Southwest- Mainline, Michigan, Ohio Stale', Wisconsin and Northwestern to the Far West; Yale to the Midwes! and Far West; Dartmouth. Pennsylvania, Harvard and Colgate to the Midwest; Pitt and Princeton to the South; San Diego (Calif). State St. Marys (Calif) and San Francisco to the Midwest and East: and the Oklahoma Aggies to the East. The Aggies already have been nointed to as likely to regain the No. 1 collegiate ranking, "a lofty spot from which they fell two years ago. The pointer-outer- F.d Hickey. coach of the St. Louis University team which won Hie National Invitation Tourney at the Garden last March. Coach' Adolph Rupp of Kentucky has not yet been heard from. Irish Lineman Held Best Player of Week i rushing d lina third. South Bend, Ind., Nov. If! —.(/Pi— C'apt. Bill Fischer, Notre Dame guard played bruising football for 58 minutes against Northwestern last week and his thorough effectiveness won him the lineman of the week honor in the current associated press poll. Hope's Finest Array of Nationally Advertised CORDUROY SHSRTS These made by Eagle in combed yarn Cord U Rex. Colors Brown or wine. 8.95 CORDUROY SHIRTS These made by Marlboro in the Spitfire side zip style. Pretty colors. 10.95 Boys' Jet Jackets Sizes 4 to 12. Colors wine, brown and green. Made by Shanhouse & Sons in Hope. 9.95 Sport shirts styled by Arrow, Enro, Rombro and Eagle. Zipper, button and l.aced front. In a variety of colors and combinations. All sizes. WOOL These smart shirts are styled by Marlboro, Arrow and Botany. ^V4*«J J YoLI '" find f(annels , plaids, checks and solids. All sizes. to $15.00 35 Pair Mens Winthrop Shoes TO CLOSE OUT Reg. Priced to 13.95 $5 THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS O poses, which are purely private concerns of all true gentlemen and ludies. fcnse and North Caro- Northwestern and Brigham Vouiig were second and third ivspcctively, in pass defense, while | Illinois anil Furman followed the larhrels in the learn punting slandings. In the individual races. Bill Bos- Ion of Montana Slate topped the nation s large college punters with an average of 4-tA vards on ''<] boots, followed by Hall Ilaynes of .Santa Clara witii 4-!.l yards on -11 Justice with 4-1 on 4!)', and Doak Walker of Southern Methodist with 43.,-) yards on i!3 punts. Johnny O'Quinn of Wake Forest retained his pass receiving lead \vilh S:) catches that have been good for 563 yards and six touchdowns. Jim Powell of Tennessee was .second with 33 for -!33 yards Jmimv Ford of Tulsa third with 'ji for 3li(i yards, and Jim Lukens of \\ailiiiiglon and Lee fourth with '>o catches lor 407 yards. H a man takes off his hat in an elevator, it means he has good manners and hair. "Waiter, the portions seem to have got a lot smaller lately." •'Just an optical illusion, sir. Isow that the restaurant has been enlarged, they look smaller . . that's all." Y/hen You erve . . . , BLUE RIBBON BREAD Many, Many Hours Fresher . . . Because It's Baked in Hope

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