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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ada Must Be In Office Day Before Publication (Runber of One Three Six One Words tip to 15 . 16 to 20 21 to 25 86 to SO 31 to 35 80 to 40 41 to 45 16 to 50 JDay Days Days Month .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • AH Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone .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 6.00 7.50 8.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo 1939 CHEVROLET ' .V4 TRUCK", new motor, good condilion. Dixons Service Station, Ha/el and Division Streets. 13-Gt TURKEYS, FANCY CORN FED. finished on Purina Fatcna. Quality unsurpassed. Phone 18 or 808-W. Dr. Alexander. 10-G't 150 GALLON BUTANE TANK ~IN good condition. See Harvey Allen at Tol-E-Te.\ Station or 102 South Washington street. 17-Gt SEE FINIS JOHNSON FOR choice pigs. Washington, Arkansas, Phone 2. 18-01 ONE HEAVY DUTY CATERPlU , lar pull 'grader and terraccr for $325.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Arkansas. 18-Ot Help Wonted SHARECROPPPER, PREFER man who can drive tractor. Good land, good crops and good houses. See j. B. Johnson, Route 2, Emmcll, Arkansas. 20-2w For Sole or Trade 1940 WILLYS JEEP. IN A-l CON- dition. Phone flfiO-R. See at 019 West 3rd Street. 10-fit Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewing machines. W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo BLACK AND WHITE POINTER ajjo.d 18 months. Answers to name "Mac". Liberal reward. Phone 21G-W or notify E. A. McDowell. 17-3t SMALL GENTLE BAY PONY, any child can ride it. Bargain for $50. Johnny Cox. Phone 631-W. 10-3t For Rent TWO ROOM FURNISHED downstairs apartment. Telephone 32. Mrs. J. W. Turner. 17-3t THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Private entrance and private bath. Frigidaire. 321 N. Hamilton. Phone 835-J. 18-31 THREE LARGE UNFURNISHED rooms. Private entrance. $15.00 per month. 614 N. Andrews. Phone 744. 19-31 DUPLEX APARTMENT, UN~FUR~- nuishcd, 4 rooms, private entrance and bath. Close in. Sec A. H. Evcrsmeycr at end of South Main Street. 22-31 Wanted to Rent FOUR "OR FIVE ROOM HOUSE. Cliff Stewart. O. K. Barber Shop. 19-3t Real Estate for Sale DUPLE APARTMENT, 215 NORTH Hervey. Each unit contains 5 rooms and bath, screened in porch imd garage. Reduction for cash sale. See John L. Wilson Jr. Phone. 430. Ifl-Gt NEW MODERN COTTAGE CLOSE in. Possession now. $3750.00. SIX ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN Subject to offer. NEW COTTAGE City Limits. ADJOINING FOUR ROOM Mile Out. COTTAGE ONE HAVE BUYER WITH $7,000. CASH to pay for small farm. Tyler Realty Service, Cotton Row. 22-3t Salesman Wanted YOU AND YOUR CAN MAKE money, Permanent local work. Write box 98, c/o Hope Star. 22-31 Services Offered WANT A COOKING JOB? ICXPER~ ienced. Call 742-R from '.'. p.m. to 7 p.m. 22-31 For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. 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Reynorson, Phone 28 Nights, 3GO-W City Hall. 4-lmo Lost Turkey Day Game to Decide AIC By CARL BELL Little Rock, 'Nov. 22 —iff)—' As expected for weeks, the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football championship will be decided Thanksgiving Day. And it still looks as' though the •ace will end in first place tie for the second straight year. Arkansas Tech, which shared the crown will) State Teachers last season, and Magnolia A. and M. •ire deadlocked on the top rung with six conference victories and one defeat apiece. They'll remain icd if both -win or both lose their final games Thursday. Tech appears "in" for the fourth consecutive season. The Wonder Boys' opponent Thursday will be a •alher hapless Hendrix squad. Magnolia also will be favored to win, but the Muleriders' job looks tough. They will tangle wilh third- place Arkansas A. &. M. and on the Aggies' home field at Monticello. If one of the leaders loses and the other wins, an undisputed champion will be determined. Magnolia warmed up for its important Turkey day tilt by mauling Arkan.-as College SI to 19 Saturday night. . Tech took- a 14-7 non-conference lecision from Bethany, Kas., Col- ege. That kept the AIC kingpins even n season play as well as the conference standings with seven wins Hid two defeats each. The Wonder Roys and the Mule- •idors met early in the season, Tech winning 14-7. But Magnolia Coach Elmer Smith contends his team should have won and would welcome a return meeting to play oft any title for the championship. While it will have no bearing on .he title, the traditional battle between Arkadelphia's crosstown rivals, Ouachita and Henderson will be one of the top attractions Thursday. Ouachita's Tigers already have two postseason games scheduled. Monday, November £2, 1948 , Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. If you will try to keep a straight face, not pursing your lips and blowing derisive notes, I will read you something beautiful out. of the minutes of the Hoclcarricrs' and Common Laborers' Union, one of Mr. Truman's loyal rackets, with about 250,000 subjects at present. It lives larf'fly on your taxes because it owns, as though they were beasts, the faceless men who do the heavy work building public roads, conservation and flood control works, sewer and water facilities, airports, schools and hospitals. Under the Wagner Act and through the U. S. Employment Service, this racket was a sleeping partner of the government and the Democratic part in the war. The Wagner Act compelled the faceless man to join or go idle. This meant a $50 initiation fee collected from about a million suckers during the war years. But even today the employment service will not send a stiff to a private job unless ho shows his $50 work license from the racket. I have told you before that for 31 years, until 1041, the mob had not held a convention nor elected a single national officer by vote. Haroway Named Head of Cotton States League Helena, Nov. 22 (/P) The new president of the Class C Cotton States Baseball League is Al Haraway of Helena. Ho was elected here yesterday at a meeting of the league's directors. Haraway succeeds Jim Griffith, E! Dorado, who was named vice president. A 140-fjame schedule for 1!M9 was adopted 1) y the directors who approved increasing the maximum number of first-round games in the •Shaughncssy to seven. playoffs from five Charles Kerg of Greenville. Miss., was renamed president of the Cotton States Sports Writers Association at a meeting held in conjunction with the loop session. Dave Wallis of Pine Bluff, Ark., was reelected secretary. Bulletin Los Angeles, Nov. 22 —(VP)—Cali,Our scene is the "convention" ofl foi 'nia was selected today as the 1941 and the boys are about to [Pacific coast conference represen- nominate and "elect" a president tatlve in tl for the first time in 31 years. Hej Yc:u ''s day. is the incumbent, Joe Moreschi. Brother D'Andrea, of Chicago, has the exquisite honor of nominating the big shot who sits in Washington and, with his son, Faust, got indicted in a shakedown of a lot of P90r rank and file. Inasmuch as this was one of those Torn Clark union cases and Moreschi was a cohort of Mr, Clark's party it goes almost without saying that Joe went free. Faust was the Rose Bowl New choose our calling quires a strong body powers of endurance.' Trucker Held for Slaying Son-in-Law Marianna, Nov. 22— (/P)—A preliminary hearing was scheduled here today for a -15-year-old truck line operator in the fatal shooting of his young son-in-law. Gordon Nelson is being held here on an open charge. Sheriff S. C. langstun said Nelson admitted shooting Jimmy French, 21, five- times with a .3ii caliber pistol. The shooting occurred at Nel son's residence when French allegedly attempted to force his way into the house following an argument with iiis wife, the sheriff reported. convicted slightly. Brother D'Andrea: "Mr. By WILL GRIMSLEY Evanston, 111., Nov. 22 — (flf) North western's second-place Wildcats today unanimously were named to represent the Big Nine in' the Rose Bowl next New Year's Day. JBy Hugh 8. Fullerton, Jr._ New York, Nov. 22— (/P)— R-morn- ber Jake Filler's story about the time he was managing one of Brooklyn's minor league clubs and insisted on keeping one player al though the iad couldn't field?. couldn't hit, and .Jake's explana tion when pressed by Boss Branch Rickey was that he was the only player on the squad who was able to drive the'club's bus. . .Apparently thct comes closer to being the truth than you'd suspect Two of the amendments to the minor league agreement which will be considered al the Minneapolis convention in December concern the status of the player-bus driver. One would rule that such extra employment entirely; another would permit clubs in Class A and below to give extra pay to "not more than two players for bona fide services as driver of the club's bus." It appears that some clubs have been using this and other odd jobs as a means salary limit's. of cheating on No Hits, Two Errors. When Don Faurot returned to his U. of Missouri football coaching job from the navy he told university officials: "The best assistants I had in the navy were Jim Tatum and Bud Wilkinson; I would like to have them." But the salaries Missouri could offer weren't too hot, so Tatum wont to Oklahoma as head coach and took Wil kinson along as assistant. . .After licking Missouri, 14-G in 1940, Big Jim moved along to Maryland. Bud took over and his Sooner teams have knocked off Missouri's Tigers twice. . . .So when alumni demand an explanation, Athletic Committee Chairman Sam Shirky tells thorn: "It's all our fault. We should have followed Don's judgment." Combinations Top Pro Game Interest New York, Nov. 22 — 1A>). —Two running and passing combinations that work together like boor and pretzels are bidding for attention in the rival pro football circuits. The National League presents Tommygun Thompson and Steven Texas State Back Leading Scorer New York, Nov. 22 — Iffi — Tod Scown, a shifty halfback from Sul Ross (Texas) State College, broke away for six louchdowrV Saturday to grab the national football scoring leadership with 144 points. Playing in 10 gamer, Scown has scored 24 touchdowns. Sul Ross ended its regular season unbeaten. Scown's magnificent spurt left Dan Towler of Washington and Jefferson. the national leader last week, in second place with 133 points. Towler has played in only eight games, but his school also ended its season Saturday. Lou Kusserow of Columbia, who ended his colle«iate career Saturday with three touchdowns, is the top scorer among major schools ,. T-I rn -i--. i -i V V i LUit M,UJ t. : UJUUM:^ 1 1 jo n>i .SCHOOLS Van Buren of the Philadelphia Ka-| vv i' Ul 10!', points. He's aVso No. 3 on Bles The All-America Conference he national list among all schools counters with automatic Otto Gra- D oak Walker of S. M. U. leads a touchdown, averaged on 10 tries through the returned a kickoff 21 chairman, brother delegates, guests, it falls to me to receive the honor and great privilege of nominating .or president a man who has demonstrated to the world his ability to administer the affairs great international. of this "In 192G, the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. Two and a half centuries later, a family in a Euro- New York, Nov. 22 — (/P) — Two of the fancier bowls — Rose and Cotton—choose their Jan. 1 lineup today, but fans musl wait another week to learn the rival attractions in Dixie's Sugar and Orange fixtures. Northwestern needs only the Big Nine's formal tap to start making plans for the Pasadena junket. The Pacific Coast Conference, meanwhile, is polling members on whether California or Oregon shall furnish the Wildcats' opposition in the Rose pageant. pean country where opportunities An announcement from both ends were very scarce turned their eyes i has been promised today turned our Innd of freedom and Northwestern qualified for the ham and Marion Motley of the Cleveland Browns. Both combinations had good days yesterday. Graham and Motley powered the Browns to a 34-21 decision over the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Thompson and Van Buren led the Eagles to a 4221 triumph over Washington at Philadelphia. , Motley carried a Graham pass 78 yards for 7.5 yards line and yards. Graham completed nine passes for 211 yards as the Browns won their 14th straight victory over a two year period. Thompson passed for three touchdowns and gained 184 yards n 12 completions. Van Buren car- ied the ball 29 times for 171 yards. The Philadelphia victory virtual- y assured the Eagles of the Eastr rn Division title in the National <eague. Nothing much was done yesterday bout settling the Western Division ace in the National League except o make sure a Chicago team will eads Southwest Conference scorers wilh )7 points. Oklahoma's George Thomas still tops the Big Seven vith CO points. Art Hodges of Wich- ta leads the Missouri Valley with 0. Monday Mainee Rear Admiral Eddie Ewen, only man ever to captain two Navy football teams, both of which beat the Army, will have to miss next Saturday's Army-Navy game. He's confined to bed in the naval hospital at Bethesda, Md., as a result of football injuries he suffered as r plobe in 1916. .Branch Rickey will guest on Jackie Robinson's radio program tomorrow. Wotta chance for Jackie to hit him for raise. democracy. They migrated when ihis man of whom I speak w.as a mere boy and came to the promised land. When this boy became equivalent to the task, he decided which re- and equal Presently Mr. Joe had "graciously accepted" the job of president of Hod-Carriers' District Council No. 1, in Chicago. In the last 40 years this horny-handed son of toil nas never done. a tap of physical labor. "Today." Brother D'Andrea con- thinking, his these affairs tinned, "his sound honest conduct of until recently when those outside the labor movement with the assistance of some disgruntled members, decided to besmirch the fair name of this great organization. But it has been demonstrated without, fear of contradiction and in no uncertain terms during the deliberations of this, great body that this is a free, democratic and progressive institution." About 15 minutes more of this. Then: "Without, further preamble and with an effort to express my deep appreciation of the honor which has been conferred on me to be recognized in making the nominating speech, I take great pleasure at this time in presenting to the eighth convention (in 39 years), Joseph V. Moreschi." The 1 delegates cheered and applauded and filed across the stage in tribute to Joe fur 30 minutes. When the tumult subsided, Brother Ross, of Jackson, Miss., swung out into space as follow "From the mighty Father of Waters to the great Atlantic, from the mountains of Kentucky to the sun-kissed Gulf It is estimated that -;ome Ifj.CGO,- 000 Americans have some degicc of hearing impairment, but only one-third or less need he.mug aids. of Mexico, laborers look to the election of a man who is honest, a man who is sincere, a whose heart bleeds for those assignment by lashing Illinois, Saturday, 20-7, and finishing second in the conference to Michigan, which is ineligible to do a repeat job at Pasadena. California and Oregon closed in a tie for the conference championship, the Boars with six victories and the Webfoots with seven against no defeats in the league. But Oregon lost to • Michigan outside while California went all the w.ay without a 'blemish. In the event of a tie in the Pacific Coast vote, the nod goes to Oregon because it has been longer since the Webfoots were in the bowl. Southern Methodist clinched the host spot in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas by humbling Baylor, i.3-fi. Today the Mustang players vote on their opponent from" a list of available teams submitted bv the bowl committee. Oklahoma. North Carolina, Georgia and Clemson arc reported high in favor with the Southwest- crners. 1 But the availability of these teams is a question mark. Sponsors of the lucrative Sugar Bowl game at New Orleans and the Orange Bowl at Miami, who have delayed their announcements until this coming week-end, may have some strings attached to the list. The Sugar and Orange groups have an agreement not to dicker with Southeastern Conference teams until the Saturday alter Thanksgiving. Southeastern teams still in the bowl picture, besides Georgia, arc Tulane and Missisippi, each with onlv one setback. Oklahoma, the Big Seven champion, plays a formidable Oklahoma A. and Georgia takes M. on at its Stilhvater. intrastate toil, and I take great pleasure in seconding the nomination of Joesph V. for 'victory' Moreschi.' Eventually, Brother Garvoy, Chicago, moved that the chair FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A. 2. TURNER FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Aaphalt Tile « Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phone 2BO directed to dispense with the tedious formality of a formal ballot once every 31 years and direct xhe .secretary to cast a unanimous bal- (lotjor Brother Moreschi. This being done, the great man himself stepped forward amid a spiritual hush to compare himself, the head of a filthy racket and a gang of crooks, including Mike Car- or/.o, the boss of the prostitution industry in darkest Chicago, with Jesus Christ. "There i.s a time to express appreciation of self-gain," he began. "There is a time that we are piuud because we have achieved certain personal activities. But my purpose for arising is that you rival. Georgia Tech. Clemson has man I two games left, with Auburn and who The Citadel. Tulnne must hurdle Louisiana State. Mississippi must foncmer Mississiupi Slate. North Carolina .faces Virginia. Oklahoma came out of Saturday's firing with greatly increased stature as a result of its smashing (iO-7 triumph over Kansas for the Big Seven championship. The have expressed and exonerated the delphia. Notre Dame has Sooners may be able to pick their bowl spot. Michigan. California and Clemson won their tests while the other two members of the Big Five perfect list—Army and Notre Dame—were idle. The Wolverines, the No. 1 team in the Associated Press poll, closed out their second season of straight ••ictories by halting Ohio Staff 13-3. California finished its slate by edging Stanford, 7-ti. Clemson won over Duquesne, -12-0. Army meets Navy in the service spectacle Saturday at Phila- sli'ain that was cast on our movement (great applause) by unscrupulous-minded people who have no . ... heart for the toilers, who are out [marring its record, turned for sell-gain and not for the cause jDuke, 20-0. to humanity. There is no man in The week-end's major upset saw left with Washington and Southern California. North Carolina, with only a tie back any walk of life that 1 have cause to have grief from. There isn't unv Pittsburgh spoil Penn State's two- year unbeaten string, it 7-0. Tackle by ninniiii , human that I don't try lo extend aJNick Bolkovnc did helpins; hand—him or her. whom-j23 yards with an inlereepted pass ever they may be—for an opportu- in the last Quarter. LET FOY DO IT * Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plovy Gardens • Cut Vacant LoU « Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Rhone 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 jnity of advancement to bring j boner understamiint! to harmonixe and progress and safeguard our liberty. This was attacked. This was in the courts falsely discriin- inafilif, against the- men and women who worked for a livelihood. U caused our taxpayers a Ki'cat amount of expense to hear these liilse, unwarranted attacks. They weri; a challenge to destroy our movement, lo turn it over to selfish un-American orj;ani/ations. As I look in tiie stands. 1 see the enemies of America trying lo falsify ihrouj-'h ihcir papers propaganda, by circulation of communications attacking the integrity • of the workers of this country.I paid no attention. When Jesus Christ was in his last moment, they asked him what he desired to have done. He said 'they don't know any better, so forgive them.' 1 do the- same with them." (Applause and cheers Bolkovac's sorint virtually eliminated Die Nittany Lions howl consideration. White Sox Starts Rebuilding Basemaii Team Chicago. Nov. 22 — I.Vi — The Chicago White Sox rebuilders. mulling ver ;< $100,000 player deal fur Third Baseman Bob Dillinger of Hie Si. Louis Browns, were expecting a call today from President Bill Veeck of the Cleveland lor Moreschi.) The tendency to self-deification not peculiar to Mr. D. Roosevelt compare Moreschi. d his At lantic Charter to Holy Writ and Philip Murray once -.vailed that lie was down of a bellyache L. Lewis heckled and J with cirticism, he knew how Christ suffered iu Gethsemane in. Final Game Dallas, Tex., Nov. 22—Iff)—There is an upsetting situation in the Southwest Conference as the race comes to the final week. The two teams with the poorest records meet the two with the best to decide the championship. Texas A. and M; and Texas Christian may give the answers to the Southern Methodist clinched a Cotton Bowl bid and at least share of the crown by beating las! week. The Mustangs can get clear title by whipping Texas Christian Saturday. Texas can keep its hopes for a share of the title by beating Texas A. and M. in the traditional Thanksgiving day game between these two huge state schools. Rice, which picked up steam in the second half to crush Texas A. and M. 21-7, meets Baylor. Arkansas, which had a brisk warm-up with Tulsa, 55-18, tangles with William and Mary at Little Rock. Southern Methodist came to the end of a prefect season last yeai against Texas Christian. The Mus tangs were lucky to come off with ad a chance to share in the crown, ost it by bowing to the Chicago Cardinals, 27-24. The Chicago Bears had it easy n Boston, downing the hapless Yanks 51-17. Frank Minim tallied hreo times for the winners. Green Bay's Packers looked so bad in losing to New York, 49-3. hat Coach Curly Lambeau asked vaivers on one player and do clared he'd "like to get rid of 10 or 12 more." It was the Packers vorst loss in history. The Detroit Lions upset Pitts- surgh, 17-14. San Francisco and Brooklyn for eol to bring the defensive units to "Sbbets Field yesterday. When the liring was all over in the All-Amerca game San Francisco was on top, 6340. Los Angeles edged Baltimore, 1714, on a field goal by Ben Agajanian with 35 seconds left to play. Chicago and Buffalo were idle. a tie. Texas A. and M. hasn't won a game al! year, but working on the theory that it can't be worse, the Aggies might break an ancient jin> and boat Texas in its own Mcmori al Stadium. Both the Aggies are in perfec position. Each is figured to lose but if one or both doesn't — wha an upsetting thought! Texas' chance for a share of the title depends on its beating A. am M. and Texas Christian's beating Southern Methodist. Win, lose or draw with Rice Ihis week, Bob Woodruff's Bayloi Bears have their best record ii years. At the moment they stanc third in season standings and arc tied for third in the conference. Arkansas can take some of the glitter out of the Delta Bowl if it thumps William and Mary, one o; the teams already signed for tl... Memphis, Tenn., New Year's daj Southern Methodists Doak Walker kicked one extra point aguinsl Baylor to boost his scoring for the year to 85 points. He is way ahead of Leon Campbell, Arkansas, who is second with 54 for the Rutgers Seeking New Nome for University New Brunswick, N. J., Nov. 22 (/P) — A Rutgers' student con- Lcst to pick a new nickname for !he university lias resulted in a tie and the issue may go to a student r ote next year. The university is seeking a sub- vin it. Los Angeles, the last club that Benefit Game American Legion Post No. 270 of Blevins, Arkansas is sponsoring a basketball game between the American Legion All-Stars and the Blevins High School Hornets on November 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Blevins High School gymnasium. Immediately following the game there will be a pie supper. The American Legion and Auxiliary members are' furnishing (ho pics for the occasion and anyone who can bring a pic for this benefit. It will bo greatly appreciated by all members of this post. The benefits from the pie supper and basketball game are going to Legion Post to buy necessary equipment for the performance of military funerals. Unbeaten Duck Callers Set for Big Contest i By HARLEY PERSHIN G Stuttgart, Nov. 22 (/P)—Do you think the call of a wild duck is just so much squawking? If so. you'd better stay away from this East Arkansas city next. Saturday or gel a good sot of car plugs. On that day (he world's champion duck caller will be selected from ;i group of .sportsmen who think the quacking of the game t bird has fill the musical appeal of a symphony orchestra. Some of the contestants will imitate the call of the duck without the benefit of a mechanical caller. The contest has been won twice by men who have depended on a flexible larynx to reproduce the language of the fowl. Thomas Walsh of Stuttgart, who won the 193fi championship and Herman Caillouel of Greenville. Miss., was the winner in 1942. All other winners in the contest, • vhich originated in 1S13G. have used '' he mechanical caller. The contest is not judged on how nany ducks 'the contestant can sring down but on the tone and junlity of the language the caller iscs in his one-minute gossin scs- ion with the birds. Calls which the judges will hear ire: 1. The long distance or "hail" call—long, high pitched sounds. 2. The feeding call—a scries of lucking noises. 3. The mating call—a series of '' .ow toned grunts. r l.]his year's champion will be awarded a $1,000 U. S. Savings Bond by the Thad S. McCollum American Legion post, sponsor of the contest. The judges will be: Joseph M. Pulitzer, publisher of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Gene Howe, publisher of the Amarillo, Tex.. Globe-News; Frank Vestal, outdoor sports writer for the Commercial Appeal. Memphis, Tenri.: Edgar M. Quceny. St. Louis, and C. J. Reese, Detroit. An Arkansas champion will bo selected in the afternoon to compete against out of state entries in the national championship at night. A junior champion for contestants under 12 will be selected in the afternoon. The Hope American Legion cage team will go to Prescotl tonight for a game with a Nevada County Independent team at 8 o'clock. The Hope boys have been working out for several weeks and tonight's game will be their first official con- Players are asked to meet at "J Checkered Cafe at 6:30 p.m. Screen Star to 1'revloun Puzzfe New York, Nov. 22 — (/P) Three college football teams had their perfect records soiled over the week-end, leaving 15 still in the unbeaten-untied class. Of these eleven already have finished their regular campaigns. Two of the five unblemished major elevens Michigan and California — have run through their schedules. It's Michigan's second straight perfect season. Army, Notre Dame and Clemson have games remaining. Florida A. and M.,Bowling Green (Ohio) and Wilberforce were last week's victims. Florida A. and M was beaten by Southern U.. 27-17. Bowling Green was tied 13-13 by John Can-oil. Wilberforce was tied by West Virginia State, 12-12. Here are the unbeaten-untied remnants (x-dcnoting season completed: Ten games x-California — Pis, 277; op 80 x-Sul Ross — Pts, 431; op 113. Nine games x-Bloomsburg, Pa. — Pis 185; op, xMichigan — Pts, 252; op. 44 x-Heidelberg — Pis 299; op 26 Eight games Noti'c Dame — Pts, 259- op 79 Army — Pts, 26G; op, G;}. Missouri Valley — Pts, 2H8; op, x-West Liberty (W. Va) — Pts 134; op 45. x-Alma — Pis, 170; op, 57 Clemson — Pts, 223; op 47 x-Wesleyan — Pts 224 op 34 x-Oceidental — Pts 184; op, 3'-' x-Denison — Pts 277; op, 51. 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Ever since Frank Lane took over last-place American Leaguers have hungrily searched for new player talent. The officials did not disclose what they expected from Veeck, but in preliminary talks svith the Browns, a $100,000 price tag plus three Sox players was reported attached to Dillinger, who slammed • . • .321 last season and led the league - |L ' c ' llun in base swiping. So far only Outfielder Uave Phillc.v has been acceptable to the Browns in the transaction. Additional Funds to Boy Scouts Previously reported . Bank of Blevins . M. D. Tippit N. P. Nesbitt ......... Foster's Hdw .............. Blevins Drug Slore Mrs. H. M. Stephens ....... J. V. Hampton M. L. Nelson ................. Hempsteud Motor Co. Hendrix Spraggings ..... Heese Chambless ..... Olen Purtell A friend l.aGrone 'Williams . Barney Gaines Miss Lulie Allen Mrs. K. M. Brianl Dale Jones Olin A. Lewis $2,179.50 5.00 1.00 LOO 2.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 5.00 ... 10.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 .25 1,00 1.00 1.00 25.00 5.00 4.00 GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office Total . About 90 per cent of cases can be cured \vi penicillin. goiioirhea 11 one in- If the deal pans out, it will be the biggest for the White So.x since 1932 when the late Lou Comiskey bought Al Simmons, Jim Dykes and Mule Haas Irom the Philadelphia Athletics for $150,000. the honor are — the Pioneers and Cannoneers. Judges couldn't makeup their minds. Hutgers gridiron rooters felt the chicken was not quite in keeping with tiie vigorous Lions, Leopards, Rams and Tigers which faced its teams. PLAN TO BUILD YOURS !N BEVERLY HILLS We have a good selection of choice lots available now •— Don't wait Buy Today — All utilities will be furnished and the cost included in the price of the lot — Phone 221

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