Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 15, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1938
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Williams to Play Robison 7:30 p, m. Brunei--Ivory and Alton Camp Clash in Second Contest Tho ShmifiliMossy play- off sories of the Mope Softball League will bo resumed at 7:;«] o'clock Tlu.r.sdnv night with Ih, Williams Lumber company loam meet in,. Geo. W. H,,biwm team m the first game. The- BriMH-r-Ivory team will play the All,,,, camp in (ho second contest, ni'Kinniiijf ill S:'M o'clock. Mi-tmer-Ivory and Williams were the winners of the opening round last Monday night. Victories f,,,. linmrr and Williams •Thursday n, K ht would eliminate both Hie Cam,, and the Hobi.s,,,, ,,,,„„ frf)m Uirther cnmpr-tilion, as the playoff series calls for two out of three games. Following Thursday night's game. Ihf wne.s will be resumed next week l;".-;s.bly Monday ni K l.l. However a definite date lias not been set rm fr n' i " 1 '! wi " . hc> F " y "•'"""<""« .'""I b Urasher. 'II,,. a.lmi.ssi.m charge Will be 10 ,,„, a, , LMUSi lho plw ^ I" .-ay rledK,..s to |«..,-.son.s who »n>- K,lly advanced money t,, help finance i^illL « L1 'iupmiont. The Softball /VyiodafinM'.s uraTTf f,~,i tlV-M, win « ovo1rn " ui " t - x"Slilly more tl'.m Will. h.,,s been puid in full, leav- >»K pledges a.s the only outstanding <lebt against the association Exercise 'Boy' Giants Win Two for Her Daddy We were siitj,, K in ., ,i t . M , ist ._ s ,, frk . (> tlie other day when M m,<> ,, uy ioo , m , JJP from .!„. P ; 1|)Cr , 1L . ,,.„, fmm(1 (m "it (al)le and said brightly, "Well I ."•L-e there's been *oi,,e [im-a fijj'hfi,,' around the Aruonne forest." At Belmont Pack, before"Her school, Phyllis finds somathinK vastly moru t-ilini? I'uin boa'is. I'liyiii.s, wiu' is U i.i.cl wants to b« a tniiner 'lie IICT fiithcr, Phil Heuthur is a craekaj.-iclc exorcise "boy " Football weather means there's a "snap" in the air and you'll be needing heavier clothing! Have it beautifully cleaned and pressed before you wear it—they'll look better m,d last longer. AS NEAR AS YOUR PHONE III SOUTH ElM-PHONE385-HOPE,Al£ Offensive Problem Worry to Thomsen FAYKTTEVILLK, Ark.-Slress was l:'id i,n defensive work for (lie first lime Wednesday as the University of Arkansas football .squad was divided ml" "A" and "B" elevens and sen! through one of thu heaviest workouts I" dale. Previously offense had received most attention. Coach Fred Thomi.-sen was forced 1" leave (he offensive problem un- :ettled for the time being as he turned tc making his massive line into a de- )e,i.sive power. Passing, his big wor- ty ever since practice began, remained as uncertain as ever, with the receiving detriment still unsatisfactory. As preparations began for a full- length practice game with the fresh- mo n stjuud Saturday, the line still found three sophomores favored, Hickey and Frieberger at ends and Sim- mgton at guard. The veterans Stallings and Mays at tackles, Thorpe at guard and Cpt Lloyd Woodell at center made out the number one forward wall. Fullback Ray Cole, who has been "11, is expected to return Thursday or Friday. From Pittsburgh Pirates Too Tense,, Are Unable to- Hit With Men on B'ase NEW YORK_M>)~Thc Giants tossed a monkey wrench into the already tangled National League pennant race Wednesday by whipping the pace-setting Pittsburgh Pirates in a double- 1 Voider. 3 to 0 and 10 to 3, Hal S'chumnchcr, coming off the sore-arm list, "sinker-balled" the Hues to defeat wllh seven hits in the opener. His males worked in Cy Blunton for two runs in the first inning and added the third when Alex Kam- pouns hit a homer against the score- bonrd in the fourth. The Sues were outclassed from the start in the second game. Dutch 131-andt gave up « run in (he first inning and then l, e and Bill Swift were niekeil for seven more in the sec oml. Harry Cumberl was touched'for I) hits by the Bucs in the final g ,,mc 'JU(- (ifler he was treated to an eigh- run margin he was never in trouble »r.iin the start today, it was apparent the Hues were tense and "pushing " I-runarily they were unable lo bit with "it'll on base. Blanton was hardly warmed up in (he opener before- four in.s, including a run-producing dtni- MC Dy oil, had sent two runs i lank Danning caught both games, nt three smgles in the opener and a miner and a single in (he afterpiece. '••two h,l.s m the .second game drove in four runs, three .if them coming when he walloped his homer with two aboard « uring the big Giant .second >»'»»«. Johnny McCnrthy als.j hit foi the circinl in (he second ..BOM STAR. HQffe, ARkANSAS A SOUTHPAW SLANT game. Nashville to Open Season Thursday Night MURFREESBORO. Ark. - Coach Wendell Epperson gave the Murfreesboro High School football team its final preseason workout Wednesday and announced that it was in ipe^for the game with Nashville Friday. Two letter men are out. Branch who suffered a broken collar bone during practice, and Blanchard, who lias been unable to report for training because of illness. But why are you so angry with the loctor, Mrs. Chat? ,1 told him I was tired, and he asked lo see my tongue. ———-——.—___ , Surprise Yourself By looking over our line of FAMOUS K CLOTHES for Men and Young Men at— BM "ME MTfONAL LEAGUE /p AND HAS IDEA WAT We /LEFT- HANDERA. ""- FOP, SOUTHPAWS FACING- Softball Game Is Again Postponed Harvesters and' Cincinnati to Play on ThuFsdav Night C'lUCAOO-Soft gotunds held up the finals in the Intornational softbal! tournament for the third straight day here Wednesday night. Weather permitting, the championships in the men and women divisions will be determined at Soldier's Field Thursday night. The International Harvesters of Little Rock, Arkansas champions,, are scheduled to, oppose 'he Pohlars of CuicinnaU, O- the- Chicago Down Drafts are billed to meet the Kriegs of Alameda, Calif. • Some men would rather have a little- honey than a lot of sugar Hand in Hand With th* Coming SEASON! Tkeye'ie flerc Southern Association Pla.v-off Club w. Memphis i' Atlanta '^ i New Orleans i Nashville '. i L. 1 1 1 1 Pet. .500 .500 .ftoo .500 Wednesday's Results New Orleans 6, Nashville 4. Atlanta 3, Memphis 2. American League Clubs New York ... Boston Cleveland ... Detroit Washington Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis 93' 77 76 7[ G7 55 •]» 47 L. 42 57 58 G5 70 74 8G 83 Pet. .689 .575 .557 .522 .489 .426 3G3 .302 Wednesday's Results Boston 9, Detroit 2. Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3. Only games played. Games Thursday New York at Detroit. Philadelphia at Chicago. Washington at St. Louis. :Boston at Cleveland. National League Pittsburgh 77 Chicago 7(j Cincinnati 75 New York 75 Boston ... fig St. Louis fit; Brooklyn 02 Philadelphia 43 56 GO 61 61 67 71 73 91 579 .559 .551 .551 .504 .482 .459 .321 Wednesday's Results St. Louis 12-3, Philadelphia 9-2 Chicago 6 t Boston 3. Cincinnati 2-8, Brooklyn 6-4 New York 3-10, Pittsburgh 0-3.' Games Thursday Pittsburgh at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia! Only giiines scheduled. Pels and Crackers Even UpJ>lay-Off Atlanta Defeats Memphis 3 to 2, and Pels Whip Vols, 6 to 4 MEMPHIS, T^n71(/P>- Atlanta's Southern Association champions evened the Shaughnessy playoff: series at one-all Wednesday night by edging cut the Memphis Chick, 3-2, behind the nine hit pitching of- Bill Beck- nian. Atlanta 001 110 000—3 8 1 Memphis 000 000 002—2 0 1 Beckman an d Richards; Casey bpencer, Paynick and Gautreaux. Pcfs Pull Up Even NEW ORLEANS-(#>}-Tne New Or- eans Pelicans made the most of seven f"", £ h , its , Wed nesday night to defeat Nashville 6 to 4 and pull,up even with the Vols in the Sou*er"o- cm t ion £haughnessy playoff at one victory apiece. Nashville 010 100 020-4 10 2 New Orleans .... 020 004 OOx^JC 7 0 Crouch, Johnson, West and Hoffert; Quunle and George. Adams, Stan Dodson, Drake KG we Heats Oilers in Playoff BEAUMONT, Texas-(/P)-lfis S ore- 'm fast ball working better thun it has at any ti me since his return to lexas, Schoolboy Rowe defeated Tulsa •i to 1, Wednesday to give Beaumont two straight victories in a first-round ol the bhaughnessy play-off. Gelling better as the game progressed, the former American League star scattered eight hits among the Uilers and fanned seven. Tulsa 100 000 000—1 8 0 Beaumont 000 101 Olx—3 10 0 Stein, Laht and Bottarini; Rowe and i a rsons. Doc; T), e right ]eg of th g shorter than the left; thus he limps. Now what would you do in a case of tins kind? Voice: I'd limp, too. If they look young, they're old. If they look eld, they're young If they look back—for haven.'s sake follow 'em! Thanks You kissed and lold But that's all right— The man you told Called up last night. The ancestral family of Bejamin Franklin had been blacksmiths for more than 200 years. HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Phone for Estimate Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 NEW SLACKS *> _, Styled to a young man's,taste ia new herringbone patterns and new shades of blues and greens. Pleated fronts, narrow waist band and some with.taton fasteners. Just the thing'for school. THE NEW ROD T AND-GUN Snap brims,, boun.di.edges.ytyro- leans, the favorites ofrdiscrirn- inating men, in the hew 'shades such as- Stag Brown, • Smoke • Gray, Bottle Green, Caribou, and many, others. ,'••'.'• to SKTPPEK SPORTSWEAR • Designed: by Wilson Bros. These .bush coats, sleeveless slip over sweaters, brushed wool models, suede front models with knitted backs and sleeves, and the ever popular talon fastener models are-the "tops" in sportswear. to "Then, is i Substitute tor Quality" •'!>>».' t/Jf pK' :lrS'.'. FUR FELT HATS OAK HALL $-f.95 j" ac jj I HUNTLEIGH $0.95 Each L — We know that you will be surprised to find such tailoring and materials in these suits at this low price. SEE OUR WINDOW We have them in single or double breasted; plain or belted back. Extra pants if wanted. HAMPTON HEATH SUITS By Goldsmith TALBOT'S "We Outfit the Family" Lato news from the European countries seems to indicate that it may be months before they actually get down to brass hats. A strike at an eastern tannery has finally bee,, .settled, and all the workers have gone buck into hiding German soldiers have been forbid<--n to do any applauding, and the women have been ordered to give a nodif.ed version of the Nazi salute He seems to be sure of everybody now but the male private citizen w IP ! jsy( : holo e''st announces that the wcll-fj-du worry more thun the poor Of course the poor have nothing to worry about-praetically everytfih « lias already happened K hu Japs and the Chinese seem to ! applymg old-fashioned industrial ™thods to warfare. The former go er whhT UP> U " d thC lutter " ei with Die stretch-out tsm l\ \ Si HEAVE TO FOR THE BIG FORD DEALER CLEAR THE DECKS IkedCaA Sofa/ m m& Entire Used Car "Cargoes" SED fe Ford . 's~Get priced fo |models '"eluding low-mile- aboard for Big Vafue NOW! Majority of cars in sale renewed by experts to factory specifica- tiont and backed with written R & G Guarantee of 100% satisfaction or YOUR MONEY BACK. Many others sold with "50-50" Guarantee. Ask about it. moon! Ford Dealers are "Clearing A^TT^? 8 " for fall! Thev want ACTION—and they're going to get it... with a whole broadside of every truck, every, cq'm- r on their lot$.is included in this event. All leading makes and models are represented— and all are ship-shape for your inspection. Terms that fit your purse. Come in and look 'em over now* values that means business. -•—" »•»** wvcimjyv: . vB^BM^^^f/j^^- FUU SPEED BELOW TOR TODAY'S FORD DEALER "CtEAR THE DECKS" SPECIALS -o . • r , e a vete '-an hitch-hiker Piofessor of law. They probably felt it- knew his pleadings. , * , n , ew( fir '" ^ South Africa is to S E LL / WANT-ADS Quality of Factory Rebuilt Cars and Trucks Inspected, corrected. MOTOR CHASSIS BODY UPHOLSTERY Analyzed and tested by the best equipment and competent mechanics. tested and every iault Top and body renewed with new materials and paint. Cleaned and sterilized, and where necessary replaced Chevrolet Pickup Chevrolet Town Sedan $400 Is Good Business Unless It Proves Satisfactory to Reasons "Why We Sell the Most Used ^ M MMMHMM ^M Lowest Prices 00 Ford Sedan with trunk S425 36 Ford Coupe $400 VU Dodge Pickup S350 W Chevrolet Pirlom $250 n A Written Guarantee of Protection Hope Auto Co. is the only dealer giving the protection of a New Car guarantee on every car priced over $295—and a written guarantee on any car we sell regardless of price. USED CAR LOT Second Street "What We Say It fa-It Is" ._. _ ^.'^ " " "°" C '" V40 '"' BUSmeSS Unless '« Pro ™« Satisfactory to Botk |feti« HOPE AUTO COMPANY ^ LOT Southwest Arkansas' Leadin,! U« c d (la, ^ T,.._l. r,..,".. „, Phone 654 Dealer

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