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Page Pour HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Uptoi5 16 to 20. 21 to 2S, 26 to 30. 81 to 35 .. 86 to 40 .. 41 to 45 ., , .90 .1.05 .1.20 . 1.35 . ... . 16 to 50 ...... 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.90 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 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. Sec E. M. McWilliams at McWIIliams Seed Store, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo 20 GUAGE REMINGTON AUTO- matic shotgun, model 11. Practically new. Will sell cheap. If interested call 1097-W 01- see II. D Ad* Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Rumberof One Three Six One Words Da- ~ .45' .BO .75 Real Estate for Sa!e 22 ACRES OP LAND, SMALL store, 3 room house with electric lights and butane gns. Young orchard and some timber. Mrs. J. E. Causey, 3'i miles East of Blevins, Arkansas. 24-61 SIX ROOM HOUSE ~FOR~COLOR- ed folks, well located close-in corner, place. Tyler Really Service. 27-31 80 ACRES FIVE MILES SOUTH. Good land. Good road, Good House. Good Pair Mules. Wagon Harness, Disk other small farm tools. Hay. Service. Corn. Cane, Fodder. Baled for ¥1800. Tyler Realty On page 9 of her memoirs of her service in the war as General D wight Eisenhower's chauffeur and secretary, Kay Summersby. then in English civilian but later, by Eisenhower's favor, a captain of the American WACs, writes of her otiaehment to an American colonel This officer had a wife and child n the United States during one year of their association and including the time of their betrothal. 1-H For Rent Shirley at Shirley's Grocery. 23-fit; MY HOME FOR RENT. SEE ME Saturday or Sunday morning at 71.0 N. Elm Street. C. A. Williams. 20-2t 0 ROOM HOUSE, RECENTLY~RlT paired. 2!) acres. Old Fulton highway, iy 2 miles out. 020 S. Elm Street or Phone, 731. 27-.'Jt PHILCO LARGE TABLE MODEL radio in good condition, also wood burning fireplace heater. Phone _382AV._ 20-31 SEVERAL BUNCHES OF "STARK fruit trees at 400 South Elm Street. Must be sold. Phone 487 2G-3t SIX COON AND MINK HOUNDS"1 squirrel dog. Howcll Bailey, Itoss- ton, Arkansas, Route 2. 26-Gt SMALL 12 INCH TRICYCLE ONLY used two weeks. Excellent condition. Phone 214 after 0 p.m. 20-3t 1948 MODEL JEEP, GOOD~SHAPE only $1,050. Phone 2264, Rosston, Arkansas. 27-3t AT A BARGAIN, F-12 INTERNA- tional Tractor, all attachments. In A-l condition, good rubber. See R. B. Ellis, 208 Opera Street, Stamps, Arkansas or Phone 194 27-Ct 2 WHEEL TRAILOR, SEE AT Brown's Grocery, South on Highway 29. 27-11 2 BIRD DOG PUPPIES, .^MONTHS old. Phone 2-11, Gentry Printing __g°j_ _ 27-3t FRYERS, BATTERY RAISED^ , While Rocks. SI.00 each. Phone 966-W, Vernon Osburn, (105 W. Oth Street. 30.31 NORGE GAS RANGE AND gas heaters. Phone 53B-W. TWO 30-St ONE 22, 410 SHOTGUN PRACTI- cally new, also one car radio. Call at 314 West 3rd Street. 30-31 Lost RIP RAP POINTER BIRD DOG 0 months old. 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BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sundays 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL • CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES • RADIATORS « ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street NO HUNTING ALLOWED ON MY property. Roy Franks. 1-31 Help SHARECnOPPPER. PREFER man who can drive tractor. Good land, good crops and good houses. See J. B. Johnson, Route 2, Emmett, Arkansas. 20-2w Wanted VETERAN WITH INCOME TO buy 200 acre diversified farm, 2'/> acre stocked lake, good hunting? Small down payment. I. E. Schneider, owner, Rosston, Arkansas, Route 2. 29-3t ONE OR TWO PASSENGERS~TO California. Phone 483-J, 512 East 3rd Street. 30-3t Fair By Weitbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Soon after she met Eisenhower, seemingly by General chance put possibly by plan "of the British oreign office or war office he "hurled do/ens of questions at me looul women ambulance drivers" and "women's role in the war " Miss Summersby had driven an ambulance in the London blitz and was now, in her own words m process of oozing into the per- a nd official household of the Tropical Park Season Gets Underway Coral Gables, Fin., Dec. 1 — (UP)—-Florida's racing season, the sunshine circuit," was ushered in today with the opening of a 40dav meeting at Tropical Park. Nine capable sprinters were ox peeled to troop postward in the opening day's feature event the second running of the 85,000 in augural handjcan. Grandvicw stable's Erigcron and Mrs. M. Goldstinc's Mon's Bov snared the top impost. o f 116 pounds. However. W. H Vceno man's Phar Mon, an impressive' performer at midwest tracks lost summer, was the probably favor *A- S " up :?" 7 - in 's Bu?.fu7 and John Mcknight's Agnrian U.. two veteran speedsters who were expect ed to provide hot competition Wednesday, December 1, 1948 By Hugh S. Fullerton, Jr. Phar for Mon, were not listed in the overnight entries. Buzfux., a New York favorite, was judged not sharp enough after a strenuous summer campaign, while Agarian U, a favorite of New England fans arrived late on the grounds needed more time to imJimbcr. Making up the remainder of Now Yor, Dec. 1 — (IF) — Tommy Varosz. a talkative middleweight from Monaco, Pa., came down from his training camp to prove that a facial cut he received the other day didn't amount to much. It was barely visible Ray Arcel who has seconded many fighters but never managed one before, prompted him: 'Tell 'cm what you told me this morning — about the Battle of the Buglo." . . . Tommy did. "II was this way. I was in the signal corps but when thai battle started I was drafted into the' army (a lot of signal corps guys will like that) . . We had a three inch gun and were trying to get a bunch of SS guys reduced field were Raider, War Iliay Spark. Blue Holly, LorioU n ; < " ~i -;•--•-"•"• ^^^*^ wi wcbi IDanny J. and Hornnino none nf Point, _and, indeed, the code of the whom were given much of who had been by-passed. The gun was right in the middle of the road — thnt was a mistake — and bullets were buzzing all aruund us and ricocheting off the cobblestones. First one kid was shot in the thigh and another in the ankle. They managed to get away by and jthomselvcs. Then the kid from Atlanta who was sighting the gun sol a bullet through his head. The the At the time when Miss Summers- by says Eisenhower hurled the dozens of questions at her she was driving his limousine and was definitely assigned to this duty by the British. She explains that in the summer of 1941, about the time the big blitz ended, she "ran into an American colonel at a cocktail party " _ He mentioned," she continues, that his little group of 17 officers 'observers' (then i n civilian clothes as America wasn't in the war) needed drivers who knew London. I told him about our work and how life at Post No. 1 had turned dull. Several days later, a few motor transport corps girls were transferred lo U. S. Army headquarlrcs." chance againsC Phar Mon. Clear skies and pleasant weath er were promised opening day patrons. However, track officials admitted that they didn't expect any record crowds until the ar rival of northern vacationers later this month. A few pages later she is referring , _ nit to this officer as "my own my'? plte own, my very special American," her "very special By TED SMITS AP General Sports New York, Dec. J Editor UP) — Do- who had boe'n Americi I was he was server' an ever since the days when Jin ambulance driver and a United States Army 'ob- at the embassy." That time definitely was during the life ol his marraige. The marriage was terminated by divroce in one year after the meeting mentioned Miss Summers- This officer and General Eisen- lower were follow members of the west Point alumni and obligated traditions of honor which discoun- enanco disloyalty in personal as well as military relations. There were only a small corps of West Pointers Jn the army, and this colonel was known to Eisenhower as a West Point man. On page 34, Eisenhower asks K.ay would you like to go along?" on ( the invasion of North i was almost Africa shouting," she says, "as I explained that Dick Basketball Results By The Associated Press Last night's scores: Eastern Illinois 73 Franklin 40. Denver Chevrolcls (AAU) (ill Colorado College 39. St. Josephs (Ind) GO Hunglington Warrensburg (Mo) 2 Westimin- ster (Mo) 29. Loras 58 Platteville (Wis) Tchrs 47. Phillips "(i(i' 'Oilers 59 East Central Okla 43. FLOOR Sanding and Finishing LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile « Rubber Tll» ROY ALLISON Phone 280 LET FOY DO IT • Level yarde • Dig Poat Hole* * Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phono 1066 8. Walnut St of the forthcoming' invasion I would do anthing lo be somewhere near him. Ike knew about Dick. No further emphasis was, required. t 'It'll be in about a month or so, he said, warning of the need lor extreme security " Although E i s c n h o w e r had Mabbed this vital or mortal secret 10 an English woman who lacked oven a pretense of military status oi special qualification for essential work, Miss Summersby was in a great swivel about the need for secrecy. Elaborate rules were made to mislead the American newspaper reporters On page 45 Miss Rummcrsbv, now sale ashore at Oran gives a pieture of a bossy dame bawling out American officers who had Ihe ternerily to give attention to more serious matters than her imperious wanted to telephone a lieutenant, a major a colonel appeared to college football's continued trend in 1948 towards subordinating the individual lo Ihe team, heroic performers stood out across the constitute the Associated All-America. unlike All-Americas of recent years, no college in 3948 contributes more than one land Press But the first eleven, not even great power teams, Michig Notre Dame. Three 1947 man to those an and ---.... first team men are back — Bill Fischer of Notre Dame at tackle; Chuck Bednarik of Pennsylvania at center and Doak Walker of Southern Methodist in the backfield. Geographically the All-America rellects the middle west's domination of the sport. Four from the m-st team come from that area two from the east, two from the south, two from the southwest, and one from the Pacific coast Virtually all the several hundred Associated Press staff writers newspaper sports editors and broadcasters who joined noting the team agreed _.. „._ men — Dick Rifenburg of Michigan at end, Buddy Burns of Oklahoma at guard, Halfback Charlie Justice of North Carolina, Fischer and Walker. The rest of the first team members had sharper competition for their posts — Barney Poole of Mis- s'ssippi at end, Leo Nomellini of Minnesota at tackle. Rod Fran/, of in nomi- on five California guard, Bednarik at FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber •— $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS and -finally question liei. At this point here. I said in just been rescued ship. I want to hower and tell hii And I want to no next. Do you "Do you mind?" is in italics, fol . peculiar emphasis. "The one magic- word — Eisenhower — K ot me the telephone " it mad"' " S t -- W " r w <'« s .<--'>»cerm<d was sate or ueacl or what she did But Eisenhower had nothiiv more urgent to do than get on Ihc , phone and even put General Mark jUark on. By some oversight he didn t manage to talk individually to all the American men and worn'- en who went into the water wheni... imp the same ship went down. As mi«h1 hr On page page (j.j she says that - " on _a trip to General Montgomery s territory from which that center and Backs Bobby Jack Stuart of Army and Art" Muraowski ol Northwestern. Michigan, Notre Dame and California, rightfully, are the only learns to place men on more than |one team. In addition lo Rifenburg at first team end, Michigan is represented in the second loam back- til. 1 Id with its sophomore sensation Lharles Ortmann, of whom great things arc predicted. Back of Notre Dame's Fischer is l:.!-ml Sitko in the second team onekfield and Lori Hart at third team end. all sterling performers lieutenant and I carried him away and left the gun there, but he died that night. . . .So I tell Ray after that I'm not worried aboul a HtUc cut on my forehead or anything a guy can do lo me in Ihe ring." Last Word. Bill Vecck, Clelveland Indians prexy. was asked if he ever had thought of buying back rotund Pat beery from the White Sox. "No," Bill eplied emphatically'. Sure Pat can hit for distance, but now long is a guy supposed to wait between swats?" Around the Arkansas Sports Loop By CARL BELL Little Rock, Dec. 1 — (/P)— p ro . support of Gov.-elect Vid McMath 0 That bodes good for Athletic Director John Barnhill and others who will try to get Ihe 1949 legislature to authorize construction of a big arena which could be used for all sports and as an auditorium for other purposes. Told that Barnhill and University President Lewis W. Jones want a fieldhousc which will seat all fans who want to see basketball gajnes, provide an indoor track and make indoor football and baseball practice possible when inclement weather prohibits such activity outdoors. McMath said flatly: "I'm for it. 1 ' Thai may not mean the project is in the bag, but a new governor usually gets his way in a legislative session, and it's good to have him on your side. Also, as previously reported by this column, many legislators favor construction of a fieldhouse, especially if part of the cost can be defrayed by athletic gate receipts. And while there will be opposition, it should be borne in mind that Arkansas has given Barnhill just about everything he has asked |for since he went to the university [including a $1,250,000 War Memori- 'al stadium in Little Rock. Spirited Bidding in Pro Ranks Miami, Fla., Dec. 1 — (/p)_ The question today, will there be five or six post-season games in the Orange bowl? Not all but there - cr on New Year's. Five games are scheduled. The sixth is still in the promotion" stage. It came into the picture yesterday when a Miami group-irked because the Orange bowl schedule committee picked thrice-beaten fexas to meet Georgia on New Years Day-tried to match Santa Of in one day, of course, is talk of a doublehead- Hugo Bezdek, the U. of A. grid mentor of 1908-12 who was honored at a reunion of some of his former players here last week, recalled that he was quite a taskmaster. "Sometimes we would begin practice in the middle of the afternoon and still be goint; strong far into the night. We had a 'ghost' ball — a ball painted while •— which we could see in the dark, since we didn't have electrically lighted fields in those days." fnhniit Sta -! e<s once-beaten football team will not play any post-sea-son games a spokesman 101 the athletic board night. said last And a spokesman for Santa Clalra said the school would not take part ' f * " m group malcontent. some Miami's "bowl program begins c * i * — f n&iuin uetmis Saturday when the Florida A & M College Rattlers of Tallahassee play Virginia Union University of Richmond in the "Orange Bios sorn" game in the Orange bowl. J-he annual Kiwnis club charitv game is scheduled Dec. 10 between Kingsporf (Tenn.) high and Miami hgh. A week later the Miami Shores Optimists club's charity ame will send Miami Edison I, l ? a "V et to be fleeted Shrine Temple expects 45 ' North-South night ' ch-,Hi, n chanty game Christmas Coaches Andy Guslafson of Milm'i handle college Hickman of Yale will the squads, made up of players. 'Vlrr 3 ' ancl 3MU, Doak Walker of three pounds heavier Both pass and punt - and block well, when nece- :md tackle as • , - junior, was in the navy during the and is married and the father young son. is modest off field. n terror on it. "His plav and leadership are an inspiration " of a but "Bex" and the other old-timers let it be known in no uncertain terms that they think they were the real men of football and that present-day griddcrs are just a bunch of sissies and specialists. It was recalled that in Bezdek's day at Arkansas football games were 70 minutes in duration instead of GO and that most of the players played full time. "We didn't have the free substitution," Bezdek said. "In fact, we didn't even have substitutes — at least not more than two or three." New York. Dec. 1 — |VP) — A new dollar war is shaping up between the National Football League nnd the rival All America Conference in their bid for the cream of the 19-18 college crop. Spirited bidding is reported a) ready under way on such stars as Doak Walker of Southern Method ist. Stan Heath of Nevada. Johnnv | Rauch of Georgia and Chuck Bee! nanl: of Pennsylvania. Both circuits, seeking to get 'In .lump on the other, have held very hushhush draft meetings, it hn's been learned reliably. The All America player selection ceremony was staged in Ihe middle of the summer and word of it was carefully guarded. The national held a secret session in Pittsburgh Nov. 15. '•' ' The Milwaukee Journal said vcs terday the New York Yankees had offered Heath. Nevada's brilliant passer. S40.000 for Iwo seasons. A Yankee spokesman acknowl edged Burleigh Grimes bad Rona out to talk to Heath but said no offer had been made. Probably because of the earli ness of the meeting, Heath was completely overlooked in the AAC draft. The Nevada aorialist went on to set a new collegiate record for passing, completing 120 of 223 throws for 2,005 yards and 22 touchdowns. The Green Bay Packers are said Y? h 'T" Sained ( he draft rights to the Nevadan in ihc National League. Here are some of the nla-.-"rs re ported drafted by the AAC- Yankees — Halfback Johnny Rauch. Georgia, and Halfback Pete Elliott, michigan. Dodpers — Fullback Lou Kusser ow, Columbia. Buffalo Bills — Frank Tripucka, Notre Dame quarterback; Abe Gi bron. Purdue "Hard Baltimore Colts — Dick Harris, Texas center. Cleveland Browns —Alex Sarkisian. Northwestern center- Dick Kempthorn. Michigan fullback San Francisco 49'ers— Ernie Staulner Boston College tackle- Jim Winkler; Texas A. AND M ' ta'ckle. i , Los - TAn .Selcs Dons — Dan Dwor I sky. Michigan center; Jack Price iBovlor fullback. Chicago Rockets — Bill Fischer Notre Dame Guard: Terry Bron nan, Notre Dame hallf back In the National Leacue. the Boston Yanks are said to have first shot at Doak Walker, S. M. u''s .All America triple threat The be troit Lions are reported first in line tor the services ot Georgia's Johnny Rauch. Both leagues have scheduled for mal draft meetings later. Coach George Terry of Pine Bluff suggests that the Big Six high schools add baseball to their title competilipn, deciding Ihe championship in a tournament. And Sports Editor Dave Walls of the Pine Bluff Commercial says it seems only natural that baseball be added lo the Big Six interscho- laslic sports program. After all, he says, spring football ' practice has been banned in Arkansas high schools to make room for greater emphasis of regular spring sports. Chicago, Dec. 1 — (fp) — At least 110 persons in 21 states have been killed so far this season by gunfire while hunting deer. Other fatalities in connection with the deer hunting trips drownings, auto accidents and heart ailments — boosted the death toll to more than 200. 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"Ike arranged for Did; to meet ine plane and then invited me along," she wrote. "Diek and I had a wonderful half-hour alone in the bi," Hying tort, humbly appreciative for the ,'j() minutes of ju.st brin" together and talking together." " On page (jfi she and Dick "one clay together." "It was a wonderful day.' tolls us. "thanks to General Kisen- hower. He gave me time off plus a special present: Til make it a point to go out somewhere this evening. You and Diek can take the villa and be alone for With ibis Will ! jl |h ""° r!i Th — Clyd mann ol . expected at the end highly successful college foot- season during which no first team went unscored on, and greatest emphasis was put on •ntion for backfield een entire second team backfield - 1 - Scott of Arkansas Ort- Michigan, Sitko of Notre Dame.and Johnny Rauch of Georgia -- is of first team caliber Walter Stewart, who has watched plenty of ball carriers from his | vantage point in Memphis, Tenn ! says of Seoti that "we have never studied an athlete who could buck nun the line with such da-/y.lin» velocity — with so little lost motion and so much high-need venom." Leading the first learn baekfieid are probably the only Juslic olina, 21-14 scored all three touch- owns one on an 84-yard punt return. Hn completed 1,3 out of •>"> passes for 198 yards, and averaged 42. 5 yards on four punts Justice is a tricky runner, accomplishing by shiftiness and weaving what others strength. Art Muraowski. A survey by the Associated Press showed Maine leading the hM oi reported gunfire casualties 11 N £r v , York count °d 16. Colorado 11, Michigan 10, Wisconsin 10, Ida ho 9 and Orei " ~ do with biill on the other pound powerhouse"'of Northwest'" ej-n s backfield splits opposing lines wide open, and once in the clear he cannot be hauled down. He plays both offense and defense is 23 years old, served navy, including rough action destroyer mine layer at Oki- the on a "Murakowski has terrific speed" says his couch. Bob Voigts, "and good a defensive back as in the Bi« Nine Conference today. He 's exceptonally fine fie s as there is ,, . ,-• ---o'oii 7. The New York, Colorado ancl Idaho totals are rec ord highs. In Texas, where an average of 2u deer hunters are killed each year, only three have been fatally shot this season. But the season began only last Friday and doesn't end until Dec. 31. The death toll i;; more than dou bled by causes incident to hunting For instance, in Washington this niivearlhe 13 dead from various causes included three shot when mistaken for deer: three drowned' four dead of heart failure, two as pnyxiated in automobiels, and one who was accidentally shot before he left home. In Fayetteville, Dec. 1 — !Jp)-~ How will the Razorback basketball team shape up in me 1948-49 season" University of Arkansas students will get their first chance to form nn opinion on that Question here tonight when the Razorbacks make their home debut against Oklahoma City. Attendance at the home games is restricted to students The visitors will place most of then- hopes on Lemons, high scorer for OCU last year when the Indians won 18 and lost 13. Tonight's game will be' the' second of three with an Oklahoma team. The Porkers dropped their season opener to the Phillips Oiler? Monday night and will meet Oklahoma A. and M. at Stilhvatcr Saturday night. Probable starting lineups- Oklahoma City Lemons ..................... Roydkin ............. Slociim ........ Indications were loday that two 1 experienced, well coached, and evenly matched teams would represent the Lions and Kiwanis Clubs ill their Youth Center Benefit game to be played in the High School Strrdium Friday night, December 3,' 'at R p.m. Uniforms and equipment were I issued to about 50 players last night. Several members of both clubs were unable to attend last nights session and they are requested to contact their respective managers who will issue uniforms to them. Both squads went through an intensive blackboard drill in" learning their plays and formations. The Lions were under the direction of Coach Foy Hammons while the Kiwanians received instructions from Coaches Lawrence Martin and , Nolan Tollolt. Members of both I squads are all experienced high ' school or college players and followed blackboard work with signal drills and running formations. Coach Hammons indicated today that he will field an offensive team averaging 195 pounds per man while his defensive stalwarts will average 192';. pounds per man. The Lions worked on a modified T formation and single wing with Foy Hammons Jr. and Erie Archer carrying the brunt of the ball handling duties and pifnting. Coach Ham-.l mons promised a wide open, razxel dazzel, offensive for the Lions who will continue to work the remainder of the week in polishing up plays and getting into condition. The Kiwanis outfit will be considerably outweighed on both offensive and defensive teams. The offensive team of Coaches Tollett and Martin will average I73'/2 pounds while the defensive aggregation will average 190 pounds per man. Roy Taylor. Ed Aslin, and VVallace Cook will lead the Kiwanis offense running from v'ncj single wing and short punt formations. The Kiwanis squad looked unusually good considering that last night was their initial workout. The Iviwanis coaches indicated today that they will continue to work for the remainder of the week in preparation for Friday's game. Representatives of both groups assured local sports fans that a good game is in prospect. Interest up town is high and reports from Pre.scolt, Stamps, and Nashville indicate that fans from these L neighboring towns can be expected." Lyle Brown, cheer reader ancl drum major, for the Kiwanis Club time activites while Rao Luck, who is arranging his pro-game and half serves in like capacity for the Lions has indicated that he will be busy for the remainder of the week getting his stunts ancf spectacles lined up. The entire proceeds of this game will go to the,Local Youth Center, which is sponsored jointly by the civic clubs of the city. George Frazier. head of the local center, hasl indicated thnt additional funds are needed for equipment for both boys and girls and his group is actively supporting Friday night's game. Frank King, president of the Lions Club, and Hcrvey Holt, President of the Kiwanis Club, conferred today ancl appointed ticket selling committees. These committees plan to go into action tomorrow selling advance admissions to the game. Local fans arc urged lo plan to attend the game as an interesting football engagement is in .4 prospect and a worthwhile community enterprise is being supported. The average yearly rainfall in the United States equals 1300 cubic- miles and weighs an approximate total of six trillion tons. Stowall Arkansas athcart Hoi-ton Ambler Kcarns Cr.nipbell ....Forward ... Forward center Guard Guard ....Forward Forward .. . Center Guard ..Guard Top Radio Programs P)—Listen- New York. Dec. 1 ing tonight: NF.C—7 Blondie and Dagwood; 8 MBS—ll" a. i Duffy's Tavern; «:;iO District Attorney. 9 Big Story drama. CBS—(i: 15 Jack Smith 7:30 Dr. CbrislUm drama; 8 Your Song and Mine; .":.''0 Jimmy Melton; 9:30 Capitol Cloakroom. ABC—7 The Amateur Hour il jMillori Berlo; 9 Ring Crosby time; 9:30 Meredith Wilson. MBS—7 Can You Top This; 0:30 Dennis Day in Family Theater: 9 Manhattan Playhouse 9:30 Paul Hoffman in a report on Marshall Plan. Thursday items: NBC—!! a. m. Honeymoon in N. Y. CBS—9:30 a. m. Arthur Godfrey. ABC—10:45 a. m. What Makes You Tick? m. Kate Smith. Mexican Official on trap plays and his speed makes him very good on end sweeps " Darling of Texas i.s Doak Walker I for ot Southern Methodist, a ''l-ye-ir Wisconsin this year, one hunter was killed when he became the target of four or more other hunters, all of whom mistook him a deer. Another hunter killed both the merchant army. In the Jn some states Cosnuctieul, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas Nebraska, Rhode Island, and Tennessee — deer hunting is not allowed. , Eul that doesn't always prevent yards and six touchdowns; and "»' !f atalitics - In Connecticut this year first eiyht games of the season Walker carried the ball 83 times for 42-1 yards, passed 37 times with 23 completions a v - hus- onee. dyed-in-the-wool triple-threat all'-i nioyu |j-(-iund performers led in this day! HORIZONTAL VERTICAL M'nhiMver broke Ihe new '•""-''^ hud been killed at the U'i'oal fviniKUhv 1 '•'•".'?• 'lAmeiican's wife ^\lKs Sniiinu.-i-.sby wrote very dis-jarim- wive:;, paragmgly o l "some of UK- "army I "I think it is inexcusable" the v.'jves whimi the met on her ujp j Kays, "that as Ann-ru-an ar"iv io_llie Ui.iieu Slates at Eisenho\\-i wives who stayed at home too'-- ers invitation, [ear,- of our children ancl did vohui- i looked ut these Washington I leer u ui k as lar ax we wore able wives in their smart frocks, nib- I wo have to be accused of enjoying Wine luxurious foods, making cock- the war and attending cocktail lull Talk, sate in one of the world's | parties in Washington. I would cer- unbomued c-iues," the wrote, and tainly halo to have to b ,'OMijered hoy, siipi could Washington to Mis he colossal jPoiul to Kay when we ass reunions." pleasant have West sor to Glenn Davis at 1 ""' —. Bobby Stuart, five Ject eleven niches ancl 175 pounds. He n as lo his <i'slinetion one of the longest of all touchdown runs '-— Hlj yards an important factor his team's L'fi-20 defeat of 1 sylvaniu. '/He >s n great team p ] ayoi . u . im HI"-I a " f '- ! ? nvu -" s; 0's Coach Karl Blaik of Army. Playing his last year at the Point, he had a net Jersey City, N. J. — Toil}' Riccio 152 34. Bayuiine. N. J.. stooped Kuciie Edwards, 150, Elh'.abeih N. J.. ! Salem, Mass — Tony Rieeio. iGloucestoi-, Mass., drew v.'ith jSinilh, 130, Boston. (10). i Montreal — Kddie Le Boeuf, ! Montreal, knocked out Jimmy INardo, 149 14, Boston. <!!>. 132. Al l-l'o. 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