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Page Fbtir HOPE STAR, HOPE> ARKANSAS Ad* Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Words Day Days Days Month UptolS 45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 to 20 BO 1.20 2.DO C.OO 21 to 25.... ,75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 90 1.80 3.00 9.00 81 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 86 to 40 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 41 to 45 1.35 2.70 4,50 13.50 461060- 1.50 3.00 5,00 15.00 Rates-arc for Continuous ' Insertions Only • All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. See E. M. Me- Williams at McWilliams Seed ^JStorc, Hopp) Arkansas. 9-lmo SEE FINIS JOHNSON' FOR choice pigs. Washington, Arkansas, Phono 2. 18-01 ONE HEAVY Dtm~CATE7{PiL- lar pull grader and terracer for $325.00. C. B. Ward, Emmet, Arkansas, la-fit ReoJ Estate for Sale DUPLEX APARTMENT, ~~215 North Hervey. Erich unit contains 5 rooms and bath, screened in porch and garage. Reduction for cash sale. See .John L, Wilson Jr Phone 430. 19.01 NEW MODERN COTTAGE CLOSE in. Possession now. S3750.00. SIX ROOM COTTAGE CLOSE IN Subject to offer. NEW COTTAGE City Limits. FOUR ROOM COTTAGE Mile Out. ADJOINING ONE HAVE BUYER WITH S7.000. CASH to pay (or small farm. Tyler Realty Service, Cotton Row 22-31 BATTERY FRYERS 2 POUNDS and over. Fancy homemade candies of all kinds. Packed in 1 and 2 pound boxes. Mrs. C. .1. .Downing, 208 Bonncr Street, Phone 588-W. 23-3t 20 GUAGE REMINGTON AUTO- matic shotgun, model 11. Practically new. Will sell cheap. If interested call 1097-W or see 11. D. Shirley:at Shirley's Grocery. 2:i-0t YOUTH BED WITH INNEIV spring mattress and box springs. In excellent condition. Phone 856. 2'1-Ht NICE PAPER SHELL PECANS., 35c pound, 3 Ibs. $1.00. Cheaper in' larger amounts. W. C. Johnson, Blevins, Rt. 1. 24-31 EIGHT PIl^E"wTlTTE"oAK~mN- ing room suite. Very modern. Phone 2CO. 2-1-31 Help Wanted SHARECROPPPER. PREFER man who can drive tractor. Good land, good crops and good houses. See J. B. Johnson, Route 2, Emmctt, Arkansas. 20-2 w Salesmen YOU AND YOUR CAR CAN MAKE money. Permanent local work. Write box 08, c/'o Hope Star. 23-31 Services Offered WANT A COOKING JOB? EXPER~- ienced. Call 742-R from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. 22-3t FLOOR SANDING & FINISHING All work Guaranteed. PHONE 89 A, Z.TURNER For Lovely Home-Grown CHRYSANTHEMUMS See us. % mile East of Hope < On Highway 4 : Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT,. ARKANSAS REFRIGERATORS • See us for New and Used Refrigerators. • See us for Refrigerator Service, 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 make your old one info a comfortable inncrspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAV!S 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 REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope 50 ACRES. 10 INSIDE CITY limits and 40 outside. See Gentry Printing Company, Phone 2-1 i _^ _^ 23-Hl VJ.CTK RA Nff ~rTisIRI NG~1%~GI loans should make application on these houses before December 1: SIX ItOOMS, MODERN THROUGH out. fiarago attached, hardwood floors, floor furnace. $200 down. $<15.4. r ) monthly, 1423 South Walker stroct. SIX ROOMS, EXTRA LARGP^ corner lot, floor furnace and attic fan, modern. S175 down, $42 42 monthly, 321 East 13th street. STX ROOMS, THREE BEDROOMS, floor furnace, attic fan, oak floors, corner lot. $170 down, $39.33 monthly, 321 East 13th street. NEW AND MODERN FIVE-ROOM house, 75 by 331 lot, garage, near High School, $170 down, $39 39 monthly. FIVE : ROOM. 'HOUSE. ON PAVE- ment, newly decorated, SI CO down. $33.94 monthly. 123 South Washington street. MODERN TWO - RED-ROOM house, located on paved highway one mile from town, all utilities 1 no-foot frontage by 300 feet, deep! garage, owner leaving Hope, $l(iO down, $32.73 monthly. FHA LOANS ALSO ARK AVAIL- ablc on the above listings. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 23-31 22 ACRES OF LANIX SMALT, store, 3 room house with electric li;;hts and butane gas. Young orchard and some timber. Mrs, J. E. Causey, SVi miles East of Blevins. Arkansas. 2-1-Ot For Rent 1 DUPLEX APARTMENT, UNFUR- nuished, 4 rooms, private entrance and bath. Close in. See A. H. Evcrsmcyer at end of South Main Street. 22-3t TWO ROOM FURNISHED APART- mciil. 712 East Division. 24-31 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 SPECIAL XMAS RATES FOR magazine^. Give a Gilt that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson, Phone 23 Nights, 3G9-W City Hall. 4-lmo MAKING TRIP TO RED RIVER Arsenal jive day:; a week. Can take four others. Phone f!()5-R. 24-31 Aggies About Losinges? Team in U. S. New York, Nov. 2-1 — -(/Pi—Texas A. and M., where Die alumni paid [S20,0()0 to get rid of Coaeh Homer Norton alter hist Season, stands a Koorl chance to be the "losingest" football team in the nation thin fall. The Aggies have lost nine straight names. They wind up their season tomorrow against Texas with Texas heavily favored. Nineteen other college teams haven't won a .name this year, an Associated Press survey " showed today., ant] 15 of them won't HO! another chance. Their schedules aiv completed. BROADCASTING SYSTEM Chicago Trades Haynes for Indian Catcher Cleveland, Nov. 24 — i/V) — Pitcher Joe Haynes, one of the few outstanding players on the Chicago While Sox. has been traded to the Cleveland Indians for second-string catcher Joe Tipton. The even trade was announced in Chicago today by Bill Vecck, president of the world champion Cleveland team. Wednesday, Movember 24, 1^48 Train to Carry Fans to Hope, Wednesday n.m., Nov. 24 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News, Five Star Edit-'on 0:25 Today in Sports 6:30 News Comment 0:45 Fulton Lev/is, Jr. 7:00 Can You Ton This—M 7:30 High Adventure—M 7:55 My Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel HeaUcr—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrcel—M 0:30 The Family Theater—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 0:00 MunhaHon Playhouse—M 9:30 Lavas/.'s Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Jimmy Featherstonc's Orch —M 10:30 Henry Jerome's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Thursday a.m., Nov. 25 5:57 Sign On r >:00 Hillbilly Hocclown C:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 0:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Church Service at First Baptist Church 3:30 Washington Hour 9:45 Airlane Melodies 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M 10:30 Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag —M 10:45 Lannv Ross—M 11:00 Kale'Smith Speaks—M 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Student Parade 31:45 Bobcat Pep Rally Thursday a.m., Nov. 25 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time 12:15 John Daniel Quartet 12:30 Melody Mustangs 12:40 Shortest 5 min. in Radio 12:45 Eddy Arnold Show—M 1:00 Queen for a Day 1:30 Golden Hope Chest—M 2:00 Bobcat Preview 2:15 Hope vs. Nashville 4:00 Swing Time 4:45 The Voice of the Army 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 0:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five Star Final 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment—M G:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M 7:00 What's the Name of That Song—M 7:30 The Better Half—M 7:55 Hv Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Hoatter—M 8:15 Mutual Newsrcel—M i>:30 Yours For a Song—M 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Thin Man—M 9:30 Bill McCune's Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10:15 Eddy Howard's Orch.—M 10:30 Ray's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 24 — I/Pi— Holiday rivalry between two networks is to produce a pair of two hour variety shows at the same time Thanksgiving afternoon. Thi! line-up for the two-hour shows, both sponsored from .'i to 5 p. m.: NnC--holidny .star time, Don Ameche ?,1C, Red Skelton, Jimmy Duranle, Jack Benny and others.' CP.S — Thanksgiving festival, Arthur Godfrey MC. Amos ancl Andy, Danny Kayo. Abbott And Costcllo, Andrews Sister, etc. Among the other specials: NBS i!:30 a. m. Church World Service Thanksgiving, The Rev. Dr. Ralph W. Sockman and Walter Abel; I MRS ll:ir> Thanksgiving in Paris. 'Interviews with American Workers !al UN; NliC 11:30 Columbia U. jTeaehers' Colleuo Choir; ABC '-!:-!f> 'P. M. Edwin C. Hill relatim; his jThanksniving story lor the ' 13th time. By HAROLD CLAASSEN New York. Nov. 24 --(/P) — Stabbing this week's football winners with a turkey pin-feather: Army vs. Navy: The nation's No. 1 gridiron spectacle that will lure 101,000 fans, plus President Truman. He is setting on the Navy side this year but that is likely to be the Middies' sole distinction. Army goes into Saturday's fray with an all-winning record. N.:l y with an all-losing,, list. Neither streak will end here. Army. Georgia Tech at Georgia: Georgia is bowl fodder and the players know it. Georgia. Cornell at Pennsylvania: Thursday's top game with the Ivy rieague title at stake. Pcnnsyi vania. Kansas at Missouri: The Midwest version of the Yale-Harvard series. Kansas hasn't recovered from the Oklahoma shock. It is another Thanksgiving classic. Missouri. Washington at Notre Dame: Howie Odell reportedly quit as Yale coach last fall to'get into the football big time. He took the Washington post. He will regret hi? decision by sundown Saturday. Notre Dame. Tennessee at Vanderbilt: Vanderbilt. Oklahoma at Oklahoma A & M: Oklahoma has Jack (The Magnificent) Mitchell, Darrell Royal'and Buddy Burris all in shape and that is plenty. This is another Saturday affair. Oklahoma. Mississippi State at Mississippi: Jhe record says that Barney Poole will close his seventh year of college football with a victory. Mi- sissippi. Texas A & M at Texas: Rerncm- jer when this annually was one of the year's most important games? They will meet Thursday with only state-wide prestige at stake. Texas. Clemson at Auburn: Clomson Skipping over the rest in a uirry: South: Thursday: Wake Forest over South Carolina. Saturday: Florida over Alabama, North Carolina over Virginia, Tulanc over Louisiana State, Villanova over North Carolina State. Midwest: Thursday: Miami (Ohio) over Cincinnati, Nevada over Wichita, Western .Reserve over Case, Missouri Valley over MacMurry, St. Louis over Kansas State. Saturday: Detroit over Tulsa Washington (St. Louis) over St' Louis. Southwest: Thursday: Texas Mines over New Mexico A & M, Abilene Christian over Howard Payne. Saturday: Arkansas over William and Mary, New Mexico over West Texas State, Rice over Baylor, Southern Methodist over Texas Christian, Texas Tech over Hardin- Simmons. Far West: Saturday: Marquette over <\ri- 7ona, Michigan State over Santa Clara. Oregon State over Nebraska. Penn State over Washiiv- ton State. " Season's figures: "iCG correct 121 ! wrong, .,",:!!', average. The Nashville "Local" has stepped up its schedule and added 3 extra coaches to take Hope fans to Howard County tomorrow where the Scrappers play host to the Bobcats in what should prove to be one ol the best games The Missouri Pacific announced late yesterday that the regular tram to Nashville will leave Hope at 12:.)l) p.m. and arrive in time for the game which has been called for 2:30 p.m. The train will return to Hope .shortly after the game is over. Passengers will be "unloaded" near (he field. Three extra coaches have been provided. Roundtrip for adults will cast $1.38 and for children under 1-2 years of age G5c. There can be no question that Nashville is "high" for the contest as they always have been when they play Hope. They have lost their last, two games with the Bobcats and that fact will make it even tougher. For the first time in weeks the Bobcats will be in pretty good shape. And given a dry field should turn in some fancy offensive play. Fifteen Hope boys arc playing their last high school game— S. A. Westbrook, Budly Sutlon. Tommy Britt, James McCargo. Bobby Lylc Bearden, Jimmie Dick Hammons, Don Dulfie, Charlie Wilson, James Russell, I. J. Sutton, Bobby Joe Lee, W. H. Gunter, Dale Hockett, Reece Miller and Joe Martindale— and hundreds of Hope fans will make the trip simply to see them play. Both teams have fine records in season play. While the Bobcats depend mostly on speed the Scrappers boast a huge line that furnishes power plays. From any angle the game should prove interesting and usually does. For benefit of fans Reuben Wilson, MOP bus driver, said today that the Hope-Nashville road is in very good shape ancl if it doesn't rain will not be hard to drive 1 over. Fights Lost Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Beau Jack. 144, Augusta, Ga., stopped Chuck Taylor, 145, C'oalport. Pa. 3. Sacramento, Calif. — Maxie Do- cuscn, 133, New Orleans, outpoint- ied Benny Walker, 134, Oakland, I Calif. 10. Honolulu — Frankie Fernandez, 14G 1-2, Honolulu, knocked out Tommy Bell, 14G 1-2, Youngstown. O.. 10. St. Louis — Del Flanagan, 133, St. Paul, outpointed Charlie Baxter 133 1-2, Cincinnati, 8. (Top regular iout on Joe Louis-Kid Riviera ex- libition card). Nevada Can Break More Records New York, Nov. 24. — 0?) — Having shattered two national collegiate marks in forward passing, once-beaten Nevada goes after a iistful of other records tomorrow when the Wolfpack winds up a highly successful football season against Wichita. In eight games, Nevada has averaged an unprecedented 4H-1 8 jyards per contest by both rushing and passing. If it nets 2f!7 yards against Wichita, it will break the record of 402.7 yards averaged over a full season by the great Army team of 1945. Its aerial game has accounted for 2.151 yards and 25 touchdowns — both new reerods — and its total of 135 completions is far and away the best in (he country. In announcing the weekly statistics for major colleges today, the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau disclosed that Nevada needs only 13 pass completions against Wichita to break the seasonal record of 147 set last year by Mississippi. The Wolfpack also has a chance to finish with the lowest percent age of pass interceptions and the .highest percentage of completions, uoponding on what success its fine passer. Stan Heath, has tomorrow. The teams with the high-geared offense also are the teams that score the points. For instance, the highest scoring teams to date are Nevada .-with 258 points. Michigan Slate with 338, Oklahoma with 317: Missouri with 287, California and LaFayette with 227 each. Army with' 273, Wyoming -with 268, Vanderbilt with 267 and Notre Dame with 2GO. The ten leaders in each department: Total offense — Nevada, 484.R yards averaged per game by both rushing and passing; Army" 429 0' Michigan State 416.7 Notre Dame 402: Hardin-Simmons 398.3 Oklahoma 394.2 Miami (Ohio) 383 fr Missouri 381.4; Georgia Tech 380.2 Texas Mines 370. Rushing offense — Army 344.5 yards average per game; Texas Mines 337; Notre Dame 323.4; Michigan State 312.8 Oklahoma 301.9; California 278.8; Missouri 272.2: Hardin-Simmons 268 6 Cornell 262 Detroit 259.3. Passing offense — Nevada 268.9 yards average per game Georgia Tech 186.8; Tulsa 157.G; Georgia 155.7; San Francisco, 154.8 Michigan 150.6 Davidson 143.8; Minnesota 142.6; Columbia 142.2 Boston College 14.G. Spring Hid to Host to m Team Play Legioi The American Legion cnt cage team will go Hill Friday night for a , ; ,,,,,..- u, the school gymnasium starting at " o'clock. indepcnd- to Spring game in gers I The Yerger High School Tigers will moot the Smackover Negro High School, Saturday night. at Mammons Stadium. The Tigers nor.ed out Dunbar of Li'fjo rind- last, • week 13-12, and I came out of the game with a few injuries. I Tickets will ;;o on sale at noon I Wednesday at the following places: Jack's Newsstand, Stewart's Jewelry Store, Hick's Funeral Home. Hick's Confectionery. The Blue Room Cafe and Calvin's Place. A section of the stadium will be reserved for while patrons. Pit5- Lineman By United Press Salem , Mass. —Tony Ducharme, 137, Montreal, outpointed Tommy (Red) Wells, 129, Manchester, N. H. 10. New York, (Broadway Arena) — Joe Maicelli, 140, New York out pointed Al Pcnnino, 134 3-4, New York 8. Newark, N. J. — Pat Comiskey, FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tlla ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Holes » Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots « Also custom work, MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 S. Walnut St. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-71J23 (phone collect) li No Answer Dial 3-5770 On (he air tonight (Wednesday): NBC— 7 Blondie; 7:30 Great 'ilder!--|ecve; !(:.'«) District Attor- ev; f| Bi;; Story. C'f3S ; -(i Beanlah Skit 7:30 Dr. hristian; !! Your Song and Mine: :30 Jimmy Melton Concert 9:30 apitol Cloakroom. ABC---7 Amateur Hour; !! Milton frle; 9 Biu'g Crosby mid P.ert .ahr: 9 :;-)() 'Meredith Willson. MBS--T Can You Top This ;!:30 amily Theater; 9 Miiiihattan ' WANTED-Logs & Blocks kj? GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Call 1000 or Contact Office T'-'iir-da.v Program;:; -\'.HC'---l(i:30 a. m. Jack Berch Show. CP.S--!):30 a. m. Godfrey Hour. ABC'--,'; a. m. Breakfast Club. MBS---1 I::-)U Lunch with Hill Shi- h-r. j Thuivdciy ni."ht: j XHC --- 7 Ahiiich 'Family 7:-10 jBuins and Allen; li:3() Dorothy I.a jmonr show: il Jiumphrcy Boijarl in j"!:> Kae Madeleine:" 'i):3ti ' Fred j C'i!s" Tnil in IVace and War: M' Marv.'iivl O'r.ii.-u in Suspen.-.-: }'•'•'••>'.> ('rime i Mini, i:_>. raj, her ; it :;i) |J''.i;l Ni:-.!iU'r i.i "'i'lie Senator IV- i -Mil 1 •- (I:;>M Tlii-ater USA. Ih-i.ry j iM'.'r.^au ami niiii i v: V.•:•;!.] .In Slaflei.nreri: ;i:;>0 Oiir Job i.s M;iiih;'ii- |t'-'n. in;i-rvu".v:; 'j GuiUi'.-- World. 1 Ml IS -•- 7 Name of [lie SOUL; mii,- 7::-Ml 13.-tier Half: a:30 Mvsl'eriiuis 'JY;.\vh-i ; y The Thin r.Iati d:\,'ma'] ; JAP GRIDDER DIES j Tokyo. Nov. 2-j — .:,T'i —Hiroshi jKamiya, 18. ouarierback of -.he Ho- 'sei University football team , died today of a broken neck, the lii'^i fatality m Japan's adoption ef die giv.Vi Ainerican i/aii'.e. iio Back Named Besi Player 2nd Time Little Rock. Nov. 23 — i.T') —Sammy Kuro, Magnolia A. and M hackliold artist has been selected lor the second time as the "Star oi the Week" in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference ) However, he had to share the ti- , He with two other junior colle-'e j players. '•' i Kuro is the first player to he "c- Meeted lor the second lime. Me won j the title once in September His Ipertormance asaiiiKl Arkansas col- !le;U', when he scored three touchdowns and Kainod 211 yards by ; rushing, \ vu n him this week's selec- 'tion . j Oilier backs named by MC jco.-iehes in a poll conducted' bv the i Associated Press were James" Kth- ir'd»e ol Magnolia A. and M an cl Mommy Karam of Little Rock Ju! mor Colleye. 1 Ethi-idge" also tallied three times jni the A.:;j4io-Arkansas College | ^ame " i Karam, brother of his coach I'lnnmy karam, crossed the «ml I line twice tlunne, the Jaycee-Hendrix Kame. 214, Patterson, N. J.. stopped Bill Weinberg. 217 1-4, New York. 7. Worcester, Mass. — Johnny Cesario, 145 3-4, • Boston, outpointed Leo Sawieki, 140 1-2, Worcester, Mass. 12. Miami, Fla. — Jose Basora, 1GG, San Juan, Puerto Rico, stopped Tony Demiceo, 171, new York 8 Buffalo, N. Y. — Ted Lowry, 170 1-4, New Bedford, Mass., out- pointed Bill Fox, 109 1-4, Philadel phia, 10. Los Angeles . — Tote Martinez, 136, San .Francisco, KO'd Fabela Chavez, 138, Los Angeles. 5. I Cast Completed | in State High | School Playoffs | Little Hock. Nov. 2-1 ...... (,p, _ TJ ;'cast for the second round u f Arkansas' hii'ji school football play-' oils lias been completed , .\V..-:<t .Mempliis, Class li cham-! il'ion/ .i.t District Three, won its! '•\ay into tin- i|iiarterfiiial : ; | n - (il ,. ie;,t!iij; r;iainc -10-ti at l'\,rrcsi' Citv ":ut rounu at a site to be deier- | mined K'ller. 1'lie fi;,-,s Double A series has i .moved inui the tide tli-cidini.-, stai'.e. ! Hl\ i!u-\ ille and Smackover "will d'e- li'i.'!!j !K . K IO chamijioiishii) in a mcvlii!.' ai \\'ar i\len-.oria! .Stadium .'V;v J.JOC. i'. ! Seeoiul round t'.ames in Class A i i und Class Jj playoffs will b" j : pu;yed on the same date. , \\aldron will play at Benton and i .-ra ; :ould and Warren will battle lat Pint Bluff in tlie Class A round to $10 IUXURIOUSLY 1INEO " .ADAM ... the popular hat with'Hollywood Stars. Right for every occasion. Hand 'crafted of genuine imported fur. Your choice.of smart exclusive styles and. shades. Amazingly low priced! of the Week Tomasi, Michigan.. Davis, 7Di:Kc. Lambright. Arkansas. Hamsad, Washington, Olcy, Randolph Macon. Stone. Baylor. Centers —Thompson, William and Mary. Echluncl. Oregon. Dworsky. Michigan. Weatherly, Rice, Eubank. Texas Christian. Do Your "Gums" \ Spoi! Your Looks? One look at some "GUMS" is enough to upset anyone.—Druggists refund money if the first bottle of "LETO'S" fails to sntisfv. JOHN P. COX DRUG CO. —Adv. New York, Nov. 24 —:/T'V— Nick Bolkovac. Pitt tackle who startled the football world with the touch down run that upset. Pom State, gained further honors today. He was named lineman of the week in the Associated Press poll. • Bolkovac is a 210-pound sophomore. Players nominated this week: ! Ends — Berrang, Villanova. j Wcincr, North Carolina. Hoitsma. William and Mary. Brodnax, Geor Ria Tech. Smith. Arizona. Folsom, Southern Methodist. Williams, Rice. Moorman. Texas- Christian. Hix, Arkansas. Sxany, George Washington. Tackios — Szafaryn, North Caro- j lina. Bolkovac, Pitt. Houston. Hnr- j vard. Gain, Kentucky. Copp. Kun i tucky. Coop. Vanderbilt. Deroj;alis, Duke. Tinslcy, Baylor. Marnbic. Texas Christian. Coleman. Pitt. Guards — Burris. Oklahoma. and His Former Grand Ole Opry Gang. Featuring the famous COTTON Rosello Deon the sweetheart of Song, The Gospel Singers, Elmer Sparks Comedian, and other favorites. Direct from Nashville, Tenn. !N PERSON AT ,1 „ Nov. 29th 8 P. M. 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