Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS mber oi One Ad* Must Be In Office Day Before Publication «r, ^Words 16 1o 20 21 to 25 28 to 30 81 to 35 80 to 40 41 to 45 40 to 50 One Day Days Days Montli .45 .61) .. .75 .. .90 . 1.05 .. 1.20 . 1.35 .1.50 Rates arc for Continuous Insertion!; Only ° A 11 Want Ads Cash in Advance. • Not Taken Over the I'hrme .I'D 3.20 ]..'>() 1.80 2.10 2,'H) 2.70 3.00 l.-'iO :; :m 2. so 3.00 :i.. r >o •.'.no •3.50 .no 4.50 e.uu 7.ftO 9.00 10.511 J2.IJO 13.ru; For Sole T-; AT Si. Me- Seed 0-lino GOOD BOJS'D ARC POP reasonable price.". See E. WiJIiams at MeWilliarnV Store, Hope, Arl-.ansas. 20 GUAGE REMINGTON A IJ-l'O- mntic shotgjm. model it Prac'i- cally new. Will sell therm If in- tercstcd call 1097-W or .v : o H D Shirley at Shirley'.-; Grocery. 2:H>! PHILCO LARGE TABLE MODEL radio in good condition, ,-il:-:o 'v,"-<j<'ici burning fireplace Jicaler. Phoii" 382-W. o,j.v"i SEVERAL BUNCHES OK~KT.AT?K fruit trees al -Hlf) S,n;f]i Elm Street. Must be sold. Phone -iM7 Real Estate tor Sale 2 ACRES OF LAND. SMALL store, ,'i room house with electric lights and butane Has. Young orchard and some timber. Mrs. •f. E. Causey. ;ji,(, miles East of Blevinx, Arkansas. 24-Gt :iIX ROOM HOUSE FOR COLOH- ed folks, well located close in corner place. Tyler Realty Service 27-31 For Rent MY HOME FOR RENT. SEE ME Saturday or Sunday morning at 710 N. Elm Street. C. A. Wil- 2G-21 6' KOOM HOUSE, RECENTLY RE- paired. 29 acres. Old Fulton highway. Hi miles out. 920 S. Elrn Street, or Phone 731. 27-31 Lost By Wcstbrook P aglet Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. My discussion of the opportunities for morn! leadership which invite the men of Noire Dame and West Point evokes comment from Clifford B. Ward, the editor of the Cast Complete for January Bow! Games By WILL GRIMSLEY Forty Wayne News-Sentinel. This couJr! be made a bout pot-boiling repartee, but we can serve a bettor purpose and I am sure ho prefers that. Speaking of Notre Dame men,I only observed thnt they had no corps record of distinguished performance in public life. No corps Now York, Nov. 29 — Iff') — With scattered exceptions, the Jnyriad Jowls could start printing programs today and begin bragging of |aboul_ who is going to serve the record at good or bad. Some SIX COON AND MII.'K liOuTlDS ! squirrel do;r. Hoy/el) .Knii-v, Jios.s- ton, Arkansas. Houle ~. i.'.G -!jl SMALL 12 INCH TIUCYCLK ONLY used two weeks. Excellent condition. Phor.'j 214 after C p.m. 2fi-.'!l 3948 MODEL JEEP. GOO!) SHAPE only $1.050. Phone 22(il, Ifosslon, Arkansas. !.!7-;H AT A BARGAIN. P'-T^"7N'iTfKNA~ tional Tractor, all attachments. In A-l condition, Root' rubber. See R. B. Ellis, 201! Opera street, Stamps, Arkansas or Phone 194. _____^ 27-61 2 WHEEL TRAIT.67iT~SK[fT ~ AT Brown's Grocery, Soiitn on Hk'h- way 29. 27-11 2 BIRD DOG PUPPIES, 5 MONTHS old. Co. Phone 241, Gentry Printing Hefp SHARECROPPPEK. man who can clriv Good land, good crops Pi; RIP IMP POINTER BIRD DOG 9 months old. White with brown spots. Split brown left ear. Child's pel. Johnnie Nash, Phone """ 7 20-311 Mr.'Ward 270-J. individuals may have honored their school in public affairs, but if a large number h;id, Notre Dame would have as fine a reputation in politics, meaning the science and work of government, as she has in football. She might be renowned as a mother of statesmen •— mayors, governors, senators, noted for their honor and character. "I arn a Notre Dame grad," writes, "which may or papa of the Jan. 1 cxtrava- BROWN BILLFOLD CONTAINING $23 at Rialto Saturday, Identification papers. Return to Lcta Ruth Sanders at Rcphans for Reward. 29-3t C frn Pfm/ . TO r SUy in Sugar Bowl New Orleans, Nov. 29 — (If)— The Sugar Bowl has scored again on Us Ireedoni from commitment to any conference or section. The match between North Carolina and Oklahoma, the highest ranking eligible teams, shows what can ru^ipen when the spon- may pick local houses. See J. B. Johjj.'-na, Route. 2, Emmctt, Arkansas. 20-2\v Wanted VETERAN WITH INCOME TO buy 20G acre divorsitied farm. 2 I: . acre stocked lake, good hunting" Small down payment. !. E. Schneider, owner, Rosslon, Arkansas, -Route 2. 2!)-3t Notice WE BUY, SELL AND REPAIR all makes of Sewiiu; machines. W. H. West, 21'! North Hamilton Street, Phone 1220-W., Hope. Arkansas. 1-lmo SPECIAL XMAS RAT.EJr~FOn 'magazines. Give a Gift that lasts a year. Order now to avoid the rush. Chas. Reynerson. Phone 28 Nights, 3G.9-W City Hal!. 4-Uno IF YOU WANT TO HENTVGOOD farm see Joe Porterfieid at Sprint' Hill. ' L'lj-lit FLOOR Sending and LINOLEUM A«phalt Tile a Rubber Tll-i ROY ALLISON Phone 280 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 He.idquarters New and Dacd. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frigidnire Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 sors of a post-season classis anywhere they wish to their contestants. It's the fourth time the people have passed up the Southeastern Conference in 15 years of operation, F.ach time they've come iiack with the top game of the New Year's program in terms of national rankings. North Carolina was No. 4 in last week's poll by the Associated Press. Oklahoma was Wo. G. The Rose Bowl, with fifth-place California and seventh-ranked Northwestern, is tiie only other affair pairing two clubs in the first ten. There will surely be some hard feelings in the Southeastern Con- lerence because the Sugar Bowlers passed up three good and eager teams—Georgia, Mississippi and Ttilanc. But none of those i tiled among the first ten. Moreover, by taking the two outstanding eligiblcs outside the league, the sugar men left their orange rivals in a predicament. Ihe Miami folks could take their pick from the conference, and get Georgia. But there was some em- nnrrassment about getting a team lor Georgia to play. The irony of all this is that the Sugar Bowl people wanted — as late as last winter-—a tieup wilh the Southeastern Conference. But they fared better, at least for this iieiison, without it. The Sugar Bowl started on Jan ,1935, but really became big time when it set Texas Christian against Carnegie Tech in the 1939 , ! ;a!iu>. Unbeaten TCU, starring Davey O'Brien, was ranked No. 2, behind only ineligible Notre Dame. Car- iic-gic: Tech was No. 5. It's only loss had been 7-0 to Notre Dame, when ;jn official's miscount of downs helped the Irish to score. Fordham and Missouri clashed here in the 1942 game. Oklahoma A. and M. mel SI. Mary's in 194G. Each lime Ihis was Ihe only bowl game between two teams ranked in the first ten. may not be an excuse for Notre Dame to blush. I am also a Catholic. AVIV apprisal of my virtues and vices is principally a matter for Ihe recording angel. But I can't follow you in the reasoning that, because Pcndergast, Hague, Kelly and Cm-ley may be civically and politically sinful. Noire Dame is somehow culpable." I can't follow tho reasoning by which Mr. Ward thought I "held Notre Dame to blame for these sorry fellows, but let us hear him out. Certainly you cannot expect me or any other Catholic to assume responsibility for the waywardness of .other Catholics. I have known thousands of the completed product of Notre Dame and, although they arc not eligible for canonization generally, I'll defend their general reputation against responsibility for fellows like Pcndergast, Hague and Curley." If this is a challenge, I say vos. the Hauges and Pendergasts, Curleys and Kellys should be shunned, not cultivated or honored, by the clergy or laity and should be voted down, not up. However, it was not my intention to dwell on the wrongs which these four men have committed against the nlegrity and health of our government. My wish was that Notre Jame had produced some alumni is good as these fellows have been ja d. Here are four .hem convicted of them forces best football game. The debate over the outstanding post-season attraction is bound to wax a bit hotter than usual because six of the ten top teams in the Jast week's next to the last Associated Press poll are square off in three of the annual fixtures The Sugar Bowl at Now Orleans might be excused for puffing out its chest a little farther than the others because it landed the No 4 team, North Carolina, and the No 0, Oklahoma, the Big Seven champion. The gan/.as — the Rose at Pasadena — counters with one of the two unblemished powers in bowl action fifth-ranked California, and Northwestern. No. 7. The Cotton . Bowl at Dallas matches Southern Methodist University, No. 8 in the last AP poll and Oregon, No. 10. A seventh member of the select bracket —ninth-ranked Clemson also unbeaten and untied — will meet Missouri in the Gator Bow at Jacksonville, Fla. Miami's Orange Bowl reached clown to pick Georgia from the No 12 spot. Sponsors haven't named an opponent yet but are expected today to give the nod to Texas whose record of seven victories two defeats and one tie has failed to bring it into the first twentv teams. The national championship aspects have been removed from the bowl events, so the boys can go ahead and argue it out Michigan, the No. 1 team in the nation, can't compete under a Western Conference ruling forbiddin return trips to Pasadena. Notre Darnc. No. 2, and Army, No. 3 traditionally shun the extracurric- polilicians, two of criminals, and all for political evil incl disintegration. All were implicated in a vast corruption of the personal morals of millions of peo lie through a notorious contempt or truth and justice in government. We recently began ibout Ihe influence"of a to learn sly, devious clique of lawyers from Harard in the national government. League Leaders Let Us Rebuild Your Did or make your old one into a comfortable inrtcrsprhig. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & MoHies;; Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 357 REFR1GERAT SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration arid air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER. REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1.?dO or 1231-J Nights and SunrJayu Edgewuoci Hopu 119 LEGAL NOTICE The following described plot of land and small house is offered lor sale by the Columbus School District No. ;j in Hempslcad County, Arkansas, lo-wit: Commencing at the Southwest Cunier ol the Northwest Quarter ol 11:0. Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty-nine tl>!J>, Township Eleven (11). Range Twenty-si (26) Wesl, and running Wesl 395 yards to the point of beginning on the Wesl side of the Columbus and Fulton Road, thence West 77 yards to a stake and thence in a northerly direction On-.- Hundred Fifteen and One-Half i'; T"'. yards (115 1 -) to a slake, thence in', uincm become ministrators" Felix Frankfurter was Ihe tutor of most, though not all, of this cadre of cyncila, destructive revolutionaries, versa, He is a desciple, or of Harold Laski, the English isrnatician who is so familiarly associated with Communists that he is casually referred to. apparently without' protest from him, as an apologist nism. Frankfurter is ciple of Holmes, lion as Justice who has a Liberal for commu- aiso a dis- Olivcr Wendell reputa- by this a false created clique. Holmes was, in fact, true, essential Hitlerite and brutality permeates the his court today. Harvard once great in pur history. Today supreme was Harvard is sinister and suspected. No other school has taken Harvard's old place. Notre Dame might. The Truman Congress probably will demolish " un-American the committee on Activities because Mr. Iruman, as a patriot, is ashamed and. as a politician, is embarrassed by Ihe penetration of Irailorism in our government which Ibis committee revealed. But the committee's record shows Communists in the Stale Department, the Department of Justice, the Treasury, the Office of War In- formalioim the O. S S the U. N. R. H. A.—in hundreds of civil and military, domestic and foreign agencies of the United Slates. Most of them and certainly some of them came from Harvard. What I say to Mr. Ward is that the Notre Dame alumni have, an Monday, November 29, 1948 v Prescolt News Monday, November 29 The O.E.S. will meet at 7:30 at the Masonic Hall. Covered dish refreshments will be served. A Church-family night supper and program will be held at the Presbyterian church in the Men's Fellowship rooms, Monday al 7 p.m. Guest speaker will be the Rev. J. A. Palachck of Nashville,'Ark. Tuesday, November 30 The W.M.S. of the First Baptist church will meet at, 10:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Watson White Jr. for a Foreign Mission study. Lunch will be served at noon. Sunbeams of the First Baptist church will meet at the church at 3:15. The Ladies Auxiliary of Central Baptist church will meet at 3 p.m. Mrs. less to 2 o'clock. Torn Cruse will the '37 Contract be hos- Club al Wednesday, December 1 The Wednesday Bridge Club will meet Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. ular activity. The Wolverines finished their campaign without tarnish, extending a two-year winning streak Notre Dame is expected to do likewise Saturday in its finale against Southern California. Army had its perfect' season spoiled in the annual service game spectacle at Philadelphia Saturday by a battered Navy team that sledge-hammered its way to a 2121 draw. Notre Dame and Clcmson scored triumphs to keep their slates clean. The opportunist Irish, converting fumbles into touchdowns, stormed over Washington, 46-0. Clemson tripped Auburn, 7-6, and now must play The Citadel. Orange - Bowl - bound Georgia clinched the Southeastern Conference crown by humbling its slate rival, Georgia Tech, 21-13. Tulane topped Louisiana State, 4G-0. and Missisippi trimmed Mississippi State, for runnerup honor. Vanderblt finished a successful year by trouncing Tennessee, 28-0. The Sugar Bowl rivals won their season finales to carry almost similar records into the Now Orleans clash. North Carolina defeated Virginia, 34-12, to wind up with nine victories and a tie. Oklahoma squeezed past Oklahoma A. and M. 19-15, to finish with nine triumphs and a single defeat. The Oklahoma Aggies were named to play William and Mary in the Delta Bowl at Memphis, W and M., won over Arkansas, 9-0. In an mtersectional joust, Perm State barely edged out Washington Stslc, 7-0. Other results included: Alabama 34 Florida 28; Boston College 21 The Tschaikovsky Merry Go Round Junior Music Club will meet with Freddie Moberg at her home al 3:15 p.m. Barbara Ann McCartney celebrated her eighth birthday anniversary with a party at her home on Wednesday afternoon. A variety of games including a treasure hunt were enjoyed. Bill Whitaker won the prize for "pinning the tail on the donkey". After the gifts were opened ice cream and cake were served to guests: Bill Whitaker, Ed Bryson Larry Sudsberry, Jim McKcnzie, Amelia Harrell, Jessica Bemis Bonnie Elgin, Dora Frances McCain, Belva Jo Langston. Nancy Helen Lewis, Barbara Moberg, Freddie Moberg, Marion Buchanan, Jean Buchanan, Clyda Lou Sharp, Annette Sharp, Diane Hamm Dolores Escarre, Frances O'Rouke and Lynn McCartney. Census report from the Department of Commerce, Bureau of census, Washington, shows that 6,351 bales of. cotton were ginned in Nevada County from the crop of 1948, prior to November 1, as compared with 3,387 bales for the crop of 1947. Dale Ledbetter of Prescott. member of the Hooker-Nelson Post no. 51 American Legion was one of the nineteen Arkansas Legionnaires who were appointed by National Commander Perry Brown to serve on national committees of the American Legion at the closing session of a three day meeting of the National Executive Committee in Indianapolis, Ind. Saturday, Nov. 20. Mr. Ledbetter was appointed to serve on the Law and Order Com- millee gould. with Lee Ward of Para- Holy York Cross 20; Fordham 26 New U. 0'. Texas Tech 28 Hardin Simmons 20; Villanova 21- N C State 7; Detroit 26 Tulsa 22- Arizona 24 Marquette 14. in easterly direction Ninety-three C.'3i yards to a stake, and thence in a .soiuhcrlv direction Eighty-four (fill yards to ihe point of beginning, said land containing One and Three Quarter U"i) acres more or less. .Any person interested in buying .a'.eli described property should so indicate bv sealed bid to the sec- ri'tary of s.aicl school board, Guy Hie;.;:;, on or before December 20, !!MU. at 10:00 a. m.. The bids will li-:. 1 (ipeueil for public inspection at .MI- Columbus School on the above -laic l,v the .school board. Said :;i-hijol board reserves the right to iV.ieel any and all bids. Signed: E. It. Brown Coui'.ty Supervisor of Schools Aov. I'!). Dee. (i, i;j. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7U23 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 ID-Logs & Blocks GUM - I SYC - ELM -LYNN vtOKE - HOLLY - BAY i;:: B uoo A € <E ur Cc-nracfr Office opportunity to revive a love of honor and decencv in the people by taking in politics (he same 'nergetic, skillful leadership that Notre Dame assumed in football by right of superior quality. Our people have boon degraded.' Young are frankly preparing to professional parasitic "ad- by the thousand lo Little Rock, Nov. 20— I/PI— Rattling will be resumed this week in the Arkansas high school football championship playoffs following a lhanksgivmg break in the schedule. The championship of the Doublc- A division will be decided without lurlher ado, and semi-final games will be reeled off in two other classifications. The Class AA duel, which will ' deal "relief". "benefits", "compensation" and "pensions lo other millions with no higher aim in life than idleness or mock-work. The White House. Congress, the supremo court, the Department of Justice, even ihe clergy are unable to offer an example of fineness^ honor and true respectiabili- tv. The clergy can't even agree that obvious wrongs are wrong. Eminent clergy break bread with rascal unione.er.s in an ! "lanaged lo defeat Bi indecent approach to their sub- champion Little RockV .lects under evil auspices. We find Smackover started slowlv but them on the platform with Henry i finished in a blaxe of glory. The Wallace and the Communists mil Bucks had to whip Hope, which for to argue but to agree. much of the season was rated the Notre Dame could come to stand State's top learn, to gain a playoff, for the opposite ol everything (hat [berth. Harvard law stands for now. But this isn't an exclusive opportunity, siwasb. , pit Blylheville's Chicks against the bmackovcr Bucks, is rated as itch a top attraction that it will be played in the state's largest aiena — war memorial stadium at Little Rock— Friday night. Blytheyille is tlie only major team of the slate which hasn't tasted defeat on Ihe field of play. Tho Chicks were tied twice and had to forfeit two games because they used an ineligible player. also are the only team which iTii Six division The is Legion Team to Play Okay K « «*f»» . Here I oma Tin- !uca! American dependent basketball le; its first li.im Scores 42 Points But End Up in Second Place New York, Nov. 29 Wendt of Texas Mines points — six touchdowns and six extra points •— Thanksgiving Day. Jilt uulind up second to Ted Sc.r.'.'ti '• Sull Uuss iTex.t State in U'.e r.-i.Min'.s nalK'iial iouiball Lou Alice Tyree of Pleasant Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ty- rec and Bobby Haynie of Rediand, son of Mr. nad Mrs. Lloyd Haynie and Mrs. Murry Hood of Emmet represented Nevada County at the State 4-H Club Congress that was held at the Hotel Marion in Little Rock Friday and Saturday. They were accompanied by Miss Rachel Nolcn, Home Demonstrtion Agent. Among those from Prescott who attended the Ouachita-Henderson football game in Arkadelphia Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hesterly, Dr. Jack Harrell, Mrs. Harrell and daughter Amelia, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lindblad, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Murry, Miss Tanna Murry, Mr. and Mrs. George Christopher and son George Hamilton, Hope Star S»ar of Hap* 1899- p rcs , Consolidated January 1», 192» b> Published every weekday afternoon STAR PUBLISHING CO. AI u «,*'. | >Qlr "or, President Alox. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star building ^12-2)4 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor t, Publishej Foul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hoimer, Mech. Supt Jesa M. Davis, Advertising Mana ng Manager Entered matter at Act (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rafo»: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per week 20t per month 85c. Mail rates—in Hemo stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc LaFayette counties, $4.50 per year; else wnftro 58.50. National Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dollies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenn Sterick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Aye.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granc Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldq New Orleans, 722 Union St. Thi Member of tho Associated Press: hi Associated Press is entitled exclusively tc me use for republication of all the loca news printed in this newspaper, as well 01 all AP news dispatches. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Morgn Mr and Mrs. Guss McCaskill, Miss Rita McCaskill, Miss Ina Nell Loomis Miss Jessmaric Harvey, Miss Ida Rae Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. L. L Buchanan, Miss Dorothy Wortham Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bryson, Mr. and Mrs; Jack Robery, Mr. and Mrs Dudley Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hubbard, Miss Jimmy Nicholas, Miss Addy's Brown, Mr. and Mrs Carl Dalrymple, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Steed, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper, Jackie Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomis, Sidney Parker Davis, Miss Kate Sparks Bemis, Miss Ethel McRae Bemis, Bemis Avery and Brother Hesterly and Mrs. E. J. Smith. Mrs. Lewis Garrelt and daughter Ava Lou of Cullendale spent Thursday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and daughter Nancy and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordan and Miss Jo Nell Jordan of Tcxarkana attended the Ouachita-Henderson game in Arkadelphia Thursday. Lt. Col. S. B. Scott and Mrs. Scott of Fort Harrison Ind. spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Prescott with relatives and friends. Mrs. Wat W. White, Sr. returned Thursday from Little Rock where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wnite and daughter Ann. Mrs. Electra Wells and father, J. D. Cantley spent Thursday in Stamps as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weiser. Jim Hamilton has returned to the University of Arkansas, Fayette- villc after a visit with his mother Mrs. Werner Hamilton. Howard Harrell of Little Rock was 'the Thanksgiving guest of relatives and friends in Prescott. Mrs. Clarence Gordon Jr. and sons Sonny and Jack have returned from Little Rock where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays as the guests of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Cobb and family. _By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr._ New York, Nov. 29 — (/P) — A short time ago, Norm Daniels, coach of the unbeaten Wcsleyan U. football team, explained his school couldn't accept a bowl bid because that would mean cancelling the winter sports program. In a small college the athletes have to double up. As for the big-timers, before the football players have had a chance to knock the mud off their cleats, here comes the basketball season in full swing. . . .This week, game still is a memory, while the Army-Navy a bil more than jiusl the garden court season starts with NYU-Baylor and St. John's-Tennes- sce Thursday. . . .Texas and Rice play a two-night double-header stand at Louisiana StaU- and Tulane Friday and Saturday and Ihe same tiling will be going on all over the country .... P.S.: The "winter" racing season opens at Tropical Park Wednesday. When is a fan or a sports writer supposed to get some rest? "A Bennie For Your Thoughts" When Bennie Oosterbaan stepped into Frit/: Crisler's shoes as Michi- an football coach, he might have been forgiven if he had trembled to think of the magnitude of the job he was taking over. Bui when an interviewer asked if lie was "scared", Bennie replied with this tale of his first season of collc"e ball: Michigan was .playing Illinois, had run wild against the Wolverines the year before. Feeling the need of some "stabilization" during the pre-gamc warmups, Oost- erbaan drifted over to where another famous Bennie— Friedman — was practicing place kicks. "I'm scared,' 'confided Oosterbaan. "So am 1." Friedman replied as lie calmly booted one between the uprights. "But we're not beaten yet." It's a matter of record that Michigan wasn't beaten that day. and in telling the tale the Michigan coach acids: "That was the and last lime I've ever really scared." Scott, Walker Unanimous on All-Southwest Dallas, Nov. 29 — players were named to the Four 194H All-Southwest Conference football team unanimously by the coaches, who picked at least one man from every .school. The esuy selections were Backs Clyde Scott of Arkansas and Doak Walker of Southern Methodist, Center Dick Harris of Texas and End James Williams of Rice. Champion SMU, Texas, Rice and Texas Christian each placed two men on the honor team. The firsl team: End, James Williams, Rice, 25. 197, ht. 6-0, age 20, exp. 3. End, Morris Bailey, Tex., wt. 188, hi. ti-3, age 23, exp. 3 Tackle, George Petroivich, Tex., wt. 21(i, ht. 6-2 age 22, exp. 3 Tackle, Jim Winkler, Texas A ind M., wt. 235, ht. 6-2, age 21, exp. Guard. Joe Watson, Rice, wt. 225 ht. 6-2, age 23. exp. 3 Guard Buddy Tinsley, Baylor, ,vt 225, lit. 6-4, age 24. exp. 3. Center Dick Harris, Texas, wt 210, ht. 6-3, age 20, exp. -!. Back, Doak Walker, SMU, wt 11)8, ht. 5-11, age 2), exp. 3. Clyde Scott, Arkansas, wt. 6-0 aye 24, exp. 3. Back, Dick McKissack, SMU lUf>, ht 6-2, age 22, exp. 3 Back, Lindy Berry, TCU, wl. ht 5-10, age 20 exp. 3 Bobcat Fans Turn to Brighf Cage Season With football season behind local sport fans arc anxiously casting eyes to Coach Jack Hopkins and his cage hopefuls who officially open their season January 4. The Hope team probably will play Tcxarkana, Texas sometime jn December with the date to be announced. The schedule: January 4—Prescotl—Here January 7—Camden —There January 11—-El Dorado—There January 14—Smackovcr—There January 18—Tcxarkana—Here January 21—Magnolia—There January 25—Nashville—Here January 28—Prcscott—There February 1—DeQueen —Here February 4—Camcien—Here February 8—El Dorado—Mere February 11—Smackovcr—Here February 15—Magnolia —There February 18—Tcxarkana—There February 22—Magnolia—Here February 25—DcQucen—There Hope Players -State Selections The first unofficial all state football selections put in an appearance over the weekend with Bobcat players getting a share of recognition. The Camden News placed three Hope men on their first all-district team: Buddy Sutton and Tommy Brill in the backficld and Don Duffie at guard. Three more Hope boys made the second squad— Jimmy Dick Hammons at end, Charles Wilson at center and James McCargo at Tackle while S. A. Westbrook and Burgess Garrctt came in for honorable mention. On its Big Six-Class AA first team the Arkansas Democrat named Buddy Sutton as its top choice, the only Hope man on the first squad which, as expected, was dominated by Little Rock and North Little Rock players. Tommy Brill was named to the second team backfield and S. A. Wcstbrook was named third team guard. Honorable mention went to Jimmy Dick Hammons, James McCargo, Don Duffic, and Charles Wilson Put the Shoe on Other Foot Dallas. Nov. 29 — (/P)—The Cotton Bowl has come up with Southern Methodisl and Oregon for its Jan. 1 football calssic and officials say they figure they have a top attraction. Coach Matty Bell of Southern Methodist says he nows darn well Oregon will be a tough outfit for his team to handle. But moanin' Matty is going to put the shoe on the other foot this time. "In this one we're going to do the pointing," Bell declared, think- mg back over a 10-game schedule when the teams with the worst records gave his Mustangs more trouble than a one-armed paper hanger would have with a convex ceiling. "Every game we played the opposition was going all out trying to give us a licking because we were champions," quoth Bell "Oregon is a champion, too, and so we'll just see what we can do pointing for them." Oregon, which finished undefeated in the Pacific Coast Conference race, was voted out of the Rose Bowl in favor of California, which also was undefeated but won less games than did the Wobfoots Saturday, Oregon got permission from its conference to play in the Cotton Bowl, Like Southern Methodist. Oregon ost a game over Ihe full season route. But it was to Michigan, the lation's No. 1 team. "Who didn't ose to Michigan?" asked Bell. His team was defeated by Misouri which was slaughtered by Oklahoma. Coach Jim Aiken of Oregon was ic re Saturday to scout Southern Methodist in its 7-7 tie with Texas Chnstain closing the Southwest Conference season. He said he was ?reatly impressed wilh the vcr- l a i l /,. an ? lhc scol 'i"B punch of he Methodists. Bell said he was letting his team off until Dec. 13. "Those boys •eally need a rest." "It was time the season ended. We just couldn't play anv closer games and keep from taking a licking. TU ti "-i 11 ' 0 . 0 wcoks tim< - Southern Methodist won two and tied one game and scored only nine points more than the opposition, . Champion SMU's tie with TCU in which the Mustangs scored in the last 20 seconds, wasn't the only hard-fought game which closed out the Southwest season. BROADCASTING SVSTEM Monday p.m., Nov. 29 5:00 Adventure Parade—M Superman—M 'J Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Salon Serenade News, Five Star Edition Today in Sports Henry J. 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Lindlahr—M Gabriel Realtor's Mailbai.,, —M Lanny Ross—M Kate Smith Speaks—M Kate Smith Sings—M Student Parade Music by Monroe Tuesday p.m., Nov. 30 12:00 News, Home Edition Market Time John Daniel Quartet Melody Mustangs Shortest 5 niin. in Radio Eddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—Ji ' Button's Livestock Sale Ozark Valley Folks—M Songs of Love The Johnson Family—M 1490 Club Swing Time Social Security Day by Day Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Rhythm & Reason News, Five Star Final Today in Sports ' ' News Comment—M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M George O'Hamlin Show—M Official Detective—M Hy Gardner—M Gabriel Heattcr—M Mutual Newsreel—M Lone Wolf—M Bill Henry, News—M American Forum of the Air—M Heisman Trophy Award—M J'-.imy Featherstonc Orch-M All the News—M Eddy Howard's Orch.—M ' Bobby Burn's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign-Off 3:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 0:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 0:30 0:55 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 U:00 0:00 6:25 6:30 6:40 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 7:55 8:00 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:40 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:55 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 Back, 101, ht. wt 176 Folsom, SMU Texas A. and SMU, Class A and B finals will be night, Paragould and Warren will meet at Pine Bluff and Waldron atid Benton will play at Benton. Class 15 competition will send Derniotl to Pocahontas and l.ak" Village against Wesl Memphis at Forrest City. Class A and V finals will be played next week. .. Joe Ethridge, Brown, TCU. Ray Peters, Arkansas. Suiut/enberger, Texas A. and M. Center _.. jlor. | Backs — Ray Borneman. Texas: 134 [George Sims, Baylor; Put Page', JSMU, and Gilbert' Johnson, SMU.' Honorable mention Ends— Bobby Folsom, SMU and Harold Kiley, Baylur; Billy Mix, Arkansas; Lewis Holder, Texas. Tacklels -- Ralph Murphy, Rice' Bill Siancil, Arkansas; Clan-nee , -, . \ , ,, , ,- ,,.. , • .Marable, TCU; John Hambe-rgc-r points. Art Hodges ot Wichita led I SMU ;,,... ,,, ,,| i!!'',',, M r •""•"'•"'' V:ilk '- v <-'""l'-'>vmv ; Guards •• Charles Shmc. Bavl,,.-: " Uo m - 1U I«' U1 ^ I'^HU. lV;c Vasicek, Texas; Floyd Lewis, All the conference games were he only non-loop tilt was J^' k l a . nsa _ s '_ Ra l°'' backs dropped a Centers — Max Eubank, TCU: Gerald Backs — Bobby Q °'\ n"T, l3bo11 ' Slu . ut - iCU; Bobby and M; Second team. Ends — Bobby Andy Hillhouse. Tackles — and George Gurrds — first !-' nd been Eugene Hitebnor, Bu games. Wendt finished points in nine games. Doak Walker, Southern Mi-ihod- i.-:t's All-America, topped South- Wi-st Conference scorers with tH) points. Hack* C.'eoi'HJe Thomas and .lack Mitch..-!! of Oklahoma ended the regular season in a tie for Big Seven scorin;; honors. Each had (if) Lantrip. Rice; Arkansas; Pete Goff. Texas A Ross Pritchard. Arkansas IVxas A - und M-: Kyle P , n v Huey Kceney, «'«; Kandall Clay, u-.xs; Adrian Burk, Hay lor lobin Rote. Rice. To relieve miser, ies, rub throat, chest and back witii comforting Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 29—(/P>— Listening tonight (Monday I: NBC — 7 Dorothy McGuire in "Betrayal;" 7:30 Howard Barlow concert twentieth anniversary; 8:30 Doc I. .: 9 Contented Concert; 0:30, Radio City Playhouse "Temporary 4 Playhouse." CBS—6 Beulah Skit 7:30 Godfrey Talent Scouts; B Greev Garson in "Brief Encounter;" 9 My I 1 riend Irtna. ABC—7 Rudy Vallec and others in "The New Moon"; 8 Music by Glenn Osser; 8:30 Stars in the Night. Tuesday items: NBC— 9 a. m. Feed Waring Music: 12:45 p m' Jack Kilty song. CBS —10:30 a m Grand Slam; 12:45 p. m. Guiding Light; ABC—10:30 a. m. Ted Malone; MBS — 11 a. m. on Kate Smith shows 1 p. m. Queen for a 9-0 decision at Little Rock to William and Mary, a team they had beaten in the Dixie Bowl lasi New i ear's Day. The Porkers obviously missed their all-conference tailback, Clyde Scott, who was kept on the bench because of a leg injury. 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