HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS PAGE FIVE Football Fans 500 Turn Out for Practice Session Team Makes Preparations for Opening Came With Haynesville By LKONAUI) KI.LIS Between 40(1 and 500 fans watched, the Hope High School football squad) BO through a scrimmage session Tucs- | day night in preparation for the opening grid game of the season Friday night at Haynesville, La. The probable starting lineup against Haynesville, dressed in brilliant red uniforms, look the field against a white-shirled team. For an hour and a half the Iwo learns scrimmaged, Hie red learn slressing offensive tactics. Occasionally the ball was given to the while-shirled Icam which was unable to make much headway in advancing the ball toward the goal line. tf.trf.iiK Murkfii'ld From this writer's viewpoint, it appeared that Tommy Samuels, 150- pound Quarterback, will be the key man of the Bobcat offense. He runs, kicks and fires short and Ion;; passes with speed and accuracy. Stationed in the backfield with Samuels is "nub" Daniels. ISO-pound fullback, who looks potent in off-tackle blasts at the line; Joe Kason at right- half, only veteran of last year's learn, who also smashes the line and is a capable passer. Baker and Coleman are making bids for a backfield berth. Roth arc shifty, fast, and will see plenty of action when the season gels underway. Showing brilliantly in early season drills is Hoy Taylor, one of the finest looking centers in Hope High School history. Work during the summer months has rounded this 170-pound dark-skinm.'d yi-uth near the peak of condition, lib performance Tuesday night wa.<: heartening to Bobcat supporters. Coach Hammons would be greedy if he asked for a better center. Two fine guards were lost last year when Wood row Parsons and G. V. Keith graduated—but present now are Dean Parsons and Quimby. Dean is an experienced man and appears to be set in that position. Quimby is inexperienced, but shows indications of holding down his position. Tackles Question Mark DO YOU KNOW - ? Glimpse of Bobcat Team in Action The tackle positions are somewhat of a question mark. Filling the holes left .by Freeman Stone and Grady Quimby, lost through graduation, is a problem that has not been definitely settled. "Tar/an" Green and Major Simpson will probably be the starters this season. Several candidates are after the end positions. Ellen and Fulkerson appear to have first call at \he present time. Whether Ihey will continue there remains to be seen as Coach Hammons has announced that the line is not definitely settled except possibly in two places. Individually, rhe boys look like they it;" collectively the team could use some more fire and dash which usually comes after the first or second game. The team will be sent through a brisk session Wednesday afternoon with a light drill scheduled for Thursday. Stiedle Is Eliminated in Oalcmount Tourney OAKMOUNT, Pa. -- (/!•) - Frank Stiedle, of Helena, former Arkansas champion, was defeated in the first round of the national amateur golf tournament Wednesday by Dick Chapman, of Greenwich, Conn., 4 and 3. CHICAGO-i/T)-ChiciiRo Cub scouts travel more than 30.000 miles to watch 7,500 minor-league ball players every .summer. Of this number, about 20 minor-leaguers with marked league ability are spotted. major- -WHATFAMOU5 HEW WEIGHT IS CREDITED WITH DEVELOPING THE AU&TRAL/AN OJAWL. CATCHER LEAD H/G DHOPKICKED THE LONGER] ByArtKrenz Chicks and Vols Win First Games Memphis Smothers Atlanta 12 to 2; Vols Beat Pels 2 to 1 MEMPHIS;. Tenn. -f/P)_ Memphis .smothered Atlanta under an avalanche of base hits Tuesday night while their ace righthander Carl Doyle was hurling eight-hit ball to win the first game of the Shaughnessy play- oft with the pennant-winning Crack- erg. The score was 12-2. Atlanta 000 000 020— 281 Memphis 42!) 000 30x—12 14 1 bunkel, Stein, Robinson and Richards, Williams; Doyle and Gautreaux, M.on/o. Viils Win Opener NEW OT?LEANS-(/P)-The Nashville ols captured the first game of their ^cuthern Association Shaughnessy play off with the New Orleans Pelicans- Tuesday night, 2 to 1. Na.-Jiville .............. 000 001 001 New Orleans ........ 000 000 010 Collier, Birkofer and i!; and George. 2 7 0 1 8 1 Blaemirc; Panthers Looking Good, Says Report Cam den to Take on Smackover High School Friday Night CAMDEN, Ark.—After one of the Rain Again Delays Softball Plav-Off » Harvesters of Little Rock Will Play for Title Wednesday CHICAGO-MV-Rain Tuesday night hardest scrimmage sessions of the I caused the second postponement of season, the Camdcn Panthers Tuesday began preparations for their opening game against Smackover's strong Buckaroos here Friday night at S o'clock. The Bucks have a new coach this season and they are reported strong and pointing for the Camdcn game. This will be the first game in the completed stadium und a record crowd is expected. Coach Sam Coleman and Assistant Coach Gus Ellis drove the Panthers hard Monday and several boys looked good in the rough going. Handicapped by the loss of two starters from this year's team and a complete backfield of last year, the coaches must build an offense around only one veteran, Clyde (Nub.) Smith. Smith however played in tin- line and has never lettered in the backfield. His brother, Lafayette earned his letter last year .and was counted on as 11 starter this year, is handicapped by illness. But Brown, Mann, McKennon, and H. While who played at end lust year, have been showing up well and will see action Friday. Other boys are fighting hard for places the spirit of the learn this year is one of the best in history. In the line, Allen, at center, Guttrey and Taylor at guards; McGuire anil Stodder at tackles; Greening and Thornton at ends i look like starters. The team is wea'k on reserves and these starters will have to bear most of the burden until later on in the season when the new boys develop and gel experience. final.-: in (he international Softball championship at Soldier Field. 'I he games were rescheduled for Wednesday night. The International Harvesters of Little Rock, Ark., and the Pohlars of Cincinnati, O., are paired in the men's finals, with the Chicago Down Drafts and the Kricgs of Alamcda, Calif., in the girls' division. Clarksville Team Seeks Game Friday «V Football Suits Lost, Siloam Springs Unable to P ^*t-" W-~ ^^S J*. V V_^7 III Sorts Noire Dame Stjuad NOTRE DAME-The 95 candidates comprising the initial turnout for the University of Notre Dame football .-quad represented 22 states and 80 cities. The wide geographical distribution accurately reflects the personnel of the student body, in which are represented every state and several foreign countries. When the rest of the gridiron squad of some 200 men ri;|.-,)rt with the opening of classes, the number of states and towns ae- couuted for will increase until nearly all of the -18 states are represented. Football Farm NEW YORK-(/l')-The New York G'ianls became the first National Football league team to buy a farm team outright. They will operate the Jersey City "Litlle Giants" in American association this fall. the He's Up ... He's Down . . . He's Dunked Hold your breath, folks, to leap the River runway. But dunked and the crowd gets a thrill." motorcycle get ay CLARK&VILLE, Ark.-Wi—Loss of a shipment of football uniforms, last reported to be somewhere in New Mexico, will prevent Siloam Sprjflgs playing Clarksville here Friday,' Coach Nig Black of Siloam Springs informed Coach Mc-'thcny here. The uniforms were sent away to be in shipping cleaned and were while being returned. Black said. Me- thcny is attempting to schedule another game for Friday. The Hope High School team will meet Clarksville at Hope Friday night. September the first conference game of the season and the opener of the season on the Bobcat field. il Wins Opener EEAUMONT, Texas-(/l')-] n the presence of Governor James V. Allred, Governor-Elect W. Lee O'Daniel and 381)0 lesser Jans, Beaumont de- ieated Tulsa C to 5 in 11 innings Tuesday afternoon to open the first round oi the Shaughnessy playoff. H was a loosely played affair but none the less thrilling for the home team scored two runs' in the ninth to tie the score and then won two innings later on a scratch hit an error and Marvin Garner's single over first. Neither Van Olsen or Dizzy Trout the starting pitchers, was around at the finish. The winning flinger was M Celway while the loss was charged to George Milstead. Tulsa 000 002 120 00—5 7 1 Beaumont .... 010 101 002 01—6 12 2 Olsen, Milslead and Bottarinin; Trout, Selway and Parsons. THE DIXIE YANKEE SPUO SofWoMoxe TRE YANK'S' f?£6ULAP, MOUHD £0% A I6TH£ COLLEGE G%tD To GOOD A-6 A BI& Southern Association Club Memphis .. Nashville New Orleans Atlanta . Tuesday's I.esulls Nashville 2. New Orleans 1. Memphis 12, Atlanta 2. Games Wednesday Atlanta at Memphis. Nashville at New Orleans. American League Clubs New York .. Boston Cleveland Detroit Washington Chicago St. Louis Phildaelphia W. 93 7(1 78 71 07 M 47 48 L. 42 57 58 84 7(1 74 S2 8fi Pet. .B89 .. r >71 .557 .526 .18!) .420 :<li2 .353 Tuesday's Results New York 7. Cleveland 1. Washington 7-2, Chicago 1-3. Delimit !), Boston 3. Only games played. Games Wednesday New York at Cleveland. Washington at Chicago. Boston at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Louis. National League Pittsburgh 77 54 ^88 Chicago 75 GO .5, r iG Cincinnati .. 74 GO .552 New York 73 Gl .. r >45 Boston .. . G8 G8 .705 St. Louis . ... 84 71 .474 Brooklyn Gl 72 ,.(j9 Philadelphia 43 8!) .326 Tuesday's Kcsults Boston !i, Chicago 2. Others rained out. Games Virdnc,<!ay Pittsburgh ai New York. Cincinnati a'. Brooklyn. Chicago at Button St. Louis ut Philadelphia. nether?" Dr. Jock Sutherland nodded . . . overcome at (he very thought of two Goldbergs in the same baekfield. Discussing this season's Panthers, which generally are expected to mop up in general, the good doctor complains that they will have no replacements to speak of. "1 shudder to think what will happen to us if anybody gets hurt," shudders the large Scotsman. "Offhand, I would say that, due to lack of re- f.ervists, we aren't as good as we were a year ago." Dr. Sutherland asserts that Goldberg, is playing fullback only because he hasn't anybody else. Goldberg Would Me Sub "Fortunately he's willing," explains the doctor. "He won't of course, be able to break into the open so much as from half and he'll have a lot more things to do. But he's got plenty -of drive, and we may be able to do something with him off tackle. Goldberg Answers to Art Krenz Cartoon 1. Peter Jackson, great negro heavyweight, who was known as a swimmer before he entered the ring, is credited with having developed the Australian crawl. 2. The only catcher to win the batting championship of his league in the history of modern baseball wrs Gene Hargrave of Cincinnati who hit .353 in- 192G. - ' • : 3. Against Northwestern in 1899, Pat O'Dea of Wisconsin, drop-kicked a goal from 82 yards out, from an extreme angle, and with a wet ball on a heavy field. going to fullback means that We'll have to play Dick Cassiano at Iialf. And he was only a substitute last sea.-ion." Cassiano only scored seven touchdowns and gained 820 yards from By HARRY GRAYSON Sports Editor, NEA Sen-ice PITTSBURGH-Dr. John Bain Sutherland doesn't believe that there is the interest in football of former days at the University of Pittsburgh. "No material any more," says the famous coach, amid his first good cry of the campaign. "Our freshman teams have won only three games of their last eight. Nobody coming up from them. "We did get Barshnll Goldberg's brother, Bill, this fall. He's not quite as tall as Marshall, but he's a bit huskier. Too bad, isn't it, that they couldn't have played one year to- serimmage in his 1937 appearances. Yet Dr. Sutherland professes to believe that Cassiano may not be so good. "Last season Cassiano looked fail- when we stuck him in for Goldberg," he says. "But I think that was because the opposition subconsciously let down defensively when it saw Goldberg leave, and that it didn't function so smoothly against Cassiano." Dr. Sutherland asserts that Goldberg would play tackle or scrub guard if his coach asked him to. He's the .most unspoiled boy for the fame he has achieved that 1 ever saw," says the doctor. "His home town, Elkins, W. Va., gave a party for him last winter. We all went down. His dad has big home. There must have been 200 people there. We arrived before Goldberg. Just Squirt at Home "We're standing around talking with his- clad and three older brothers when the kid himself shows up. "He had no more than stuck his nose in the mom when one of his brothers piped up: 'Hey, kid there's a suit of mine ready at the cleaners. Dash down and pick it up right away." Marshall didn't say around . . a word just wheeled and away he went after the clothes. He may be an All-America at Pitt, but he's just the young squirt at home." Getting back to his current squad, Dr. Sutherland says that he has only 50 athletes and that a lot of them couldn't make a high school team. "And you can't play kids full time," lie explains. "They lose interest. The game becomes a drag. You have to rest them 10 or 15 minutes a half to give them new pep." Listening to the doctor, the Pittsburgh problem appears much simpler lor West Virginia, Temple, Duquesne, A Wrestling Nut bundce All Joe Reno, left, and Roughho.use Ross needed was chocolate sauce and almonds to top off the evening in good shape when they put on their wrestling match in 315 gallons of ice cream in Minneapolis.. Relei-ec Bobby Bylund finds the going slippery and takes a dip in chocolate, strawberry. _.22 a _.>' anma - A 8 .. 1 ? 1 ' as anypue was able tg tell, Rwio wou,_ Tennis Trophies Now on Display Southwest Arkansas Tournament at Fair Park September 20 to 24 The medals and trophies for the Southwest Arkansas Tennis tournament are on display in the window of Stewart's Jewelry store. The trophies are of the pedestal type and are gold- plated. Ed Barrett, Litlle Rock singles champion, and former Arkansas slate .champion will play the winner of the men's .singles in an exhibition match Sunday afternoon following the tournament. Then Mr. Barnelt will pair with Fred Brown, fourth ranking Little Rock player against the winning team •of doubles. Barnett has a good assortment of shots and is very adept in side line strategy. He is a consistent player and has excellent firm. The entry list for the tournament will close at noon Saturday September 17, and the drawing will be made that afternoon. Word is being rushed on the new court at Fair Park to get it into condition in time for the tournament play. The tournament will be held Sept- tember 20 to 24 as a feature of the county fair. Wisconsin, Southern Methodist, Fordham, Carnegie Tech, Nebraska, Penn Elate, and Duke. Lega? Notice 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. 1568) 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 County, Arkansas, (the said front or main door of the court house in Hempstead County, Arkansas, being now the City Hall in the City pf Hope, Arkansas, which is the building in which the courts of Hempstead County now meet), offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described real estate in Hempetead County, Arkansas^ to-wit: All of Lot Five (5) and a strip 18% 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 (S%) of Lot Five (5), Block Thirty-six (36) 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 • (NVi) of the South Half (S%) of Lot Two (2), Block Thirty-eight (38), in Hope, Arkansas. Also, the North Half (N'/j) of Lot Sixteen (16), Block Thirty-eight (38), in Hope, Arkansas, Also, the East Half (EVi) of the Southeast Quarter (SE'A) and the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of Section Twelve (12), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 120 acres, in Hempstead County, Arkansas; Also, the Southeast Quarter (SEV4) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Thirty-four (34), and the Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of the Southwest Quarter (SW ! /4) 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 (NWV4) of Northwest Quarter (NW'A) 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 (NW'/i) of Section 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 (NW%) of Northwest Quarter (NWVj) of said Section Two (2), which point is 107% yards South of the point of beginning; run thence North 107Vi 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 to 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 day of August, 1938. J. E. BEARDEN Sheriff of Hempstead County. Arkansas. Aug 31, Sept, 7, 14.
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