Friday, September 23, 1988 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS College Grid Wars to Flame Saturday Alabama and Southern California Meet in. Earlly Season Game H.Y HARRY GKAYSON Sports Eilllor, NKA Service. As intercollegiate football warfare flames anew, a dozen or more of thu nation's top-ranking teams become immediately concerned with staying in the race for national honors. Washington travels to MinneapoliH jo engage Minnesota in what perhaps is Ihe most important game of September 24. Even dour Bernie Bierman is reported satisfied with the way the Minnesota outfit has come to hand, which is one reason why 1 am picking Ihe Golden Gophers lo edge the Huskies as they did in Seattle two years ago. Minnesota was nosed out twice last term—by Nebraska and Notre Dame— which is two more than the Vikings ar« accustomed lo losing. The position is liltcly to pay for it this trip, for BiHi-man has a typical Minnesota line behind which Matty Christiansen, Larry Buhler. and others run rapidly and hit savagely. The entire left side of Washington's first string line of 19S7 was swept away by graduation, but the Purple and Gold freshmen were not scored on and Jimmy Phelan has phenomena performers in Al Culver, fullback, am Stove Slivinski, gianl end. Dean McAdams, a 190-pound halfback, has averaged 50 yards in punting in early .scrimmages. If Minnesota is looking for a warm- up, it will get one right under the g\m Southern California Gels Two Ulg (James Southern California addicls gel Ihe biggest dose of early season major sluff. Having sliced their working squad to a mere half hundred, Howard Harding Jones and Southern California are ready for Alabama's invasion of Los Angeles' huge Memorial Coliseum. The Trojan/; should prevail in a spectacular engagement. As though that wasn't enough for football-hungry people of one locality for one week-end, U. C. L. A. tackles Iowa in ihe famous Pasadena Rose Bowl on Friday night, September 23. While the Hawkeyes have Nike Kinnick, one of the country's butler backs, the Bruins possess too much manpower and ihe great negro performers, Kenny Washington and Woodrow Wilson Strode. Southern California appears mightier than it has been since 1932, but Alabama didn't stub its loc in California until an undermanned Crimson Tide was repulsed by a super-California array in the Rose Bowl last New Year's Day. Jones, (he old Yale man, has Amby Schindler and Grcnville Lindsdell op- crating behind a large and mobile forward wall. But, while Sandy Sanford, place-kicking Alabama end, fractured an ankle on the eve of his club's departure for the battle-ground, Frank Thomas has Herky Mosely and Charley Holm leading the atlack, and the Tus- caioosa lads have a habit of sinking back. Louisiana State Loaded for Ole Miss ami Others Sam Chapman, California's All- America halfback and kicker of 1937, is now an outfielder with the Philadelphia Athletics. The Golden Bears lost a number of other luminaries, including the bulky blocking quarterback, John Meek, but still have Vic Bottari and so many more that Saint Mary's should he no great problem at Berkeley. While Wt'.st Virginia is no pushover, 1 Pittsburgh, with Ihe finest set of backs • in the land and exceptionally fine ends, I .should win handily al Pill Stadium. Graduation losl Louisiana Slate only one first-string back, the redoubtable Pinky Rhom, and Bernie Moore has a line two-deep with veterans. Mississippi, which journeys lo Baton Rouge with its new coach, Harry Mehre, will find the Tigers loaded for a real Rose Bowl bid. While Kansas is coming up in the Rig Six, Dana X. Bible has had a year lo work at football-minded Texas, which is as good a reason as any for making the Longhorns the choice at Lawrence. Purdue Will Do Well to Scrape By Detroit Purdue will do well to scrape by De- Iroil al Lafayette. While IHinoi. should win at Champaign, Ohio University can be depended upon to stir up some trouble. Idaho, with 19 veterans on hand again .should nose oul Oregon Slate al Corvallis. Arkansas, hit hard by gradualion will have to hustle to down Oklahoma A. and M. at FayeUeville. Although North Carolina is rebuilding, il should have enough to shade Wake Forest at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina Stale should squeeze by Davidson in Ihe cool of the eve at Charlolle. Other major schools stick to the old opening pushover system . . . because so many of ihe belter teams are bowled over before the boys are warmed up. But thai is exaclly why Minnesota, Washington, Southern California, Alabama, California, and sonic more discarded Ihe pushover plan. If you're going lo have your ears pinned back at the very start, why not be upset by someone worthwhile? m t m» 1'U'a.sanl Vacation EVAN£TON, 111.—Bob Voights and Bob Daly, Northwestern tackle and end respectively, worked their way across the Atlantic on a freighter this .summer to tour England and the Con- linenl on bicycles. THE AMATEUR CHAMPION ~fce New ..i;- AMATt&Fl CtJAMPKW BUT SHOTS OF i\ CANNOT BB ^* CALLED MUIE FAMOUS fcR FAMILY UAT TITLE.; TRAP SHOTS tNTo F ootball Games Atlanta Wins 2nd GameofPlay-Off Bobby Durham Halts Vol Rally in Ninth to Gj.ve Crackers Win ATLANTA. — (,P) -Chunky Bobby Durham, rushed 'into the game in the linth inning, choked off a 3-run Nash- •ille rally Thursday night and lefl the Atlanta Crackers' at the long end of a 4 to 3 'score for their second straight victory in the Southern Association's inal Shaughnossy playoff series. Friday the two teams go to Nashville where they will meol in a third game Friday night. Nashville ........ . ....... 000 000 003— ,1 8 0 Atlanta .................... 001 010 llx— ) 8 1 Crouch, West and Blacmiro, Hofferth; Beckman, Durham and Richards. Expect Anything PITTSBURGH - Mitchell Ban-on, Duquesne quarterback, passes with his right hand and punts with his left foot. Arkansas Cheer Leader Sustains Broken Leg FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-Miss Marjorie Jackson, 19, varsity cheerleader at the University of Arkansas suffered a broken leg Thursday when she fell while practicing "flips" in preparation for the institution's opening football game Saturday against the Oklahoma Aggies. Miss Jackson was practicing Ihe exercises on the lawn of the Chi Omega sorority house in company with Bob Kerr, head cheer leader at the varsity when the accident occurred. Her home is in Fayetteville. She i; a junior at the university. S250II Reward NEW YORK—Rewards totaling $2500 have been posted for information leading to the arrest and conviction ot those involved in the drugging of Al- 1'red Gwynno Vanderbilt's Airflame and Joseph E. Wiclener's Optic at Sara toga. The Jockey Club, Vanderbilt, Wid mer, and the respective trainers, Bud Stotler and Peter Coyne are the donors. Each has put up $500. The sum offered by The Jockey Club is to be regularly awarded in tampering cases. FAITH REWARDED Singles, Doubles eheduled Friday Southwest Arkansas Ten- .nis Tournament N,earuic; End at Fair Park f "• Boys .singles, doubles and mixed doubles will continue in the. Southwest Arkansas tennis tournament at Fair park Friday as one of the free attractions of the county fair. Results Thursday show: Whilmoro defeated J. B. Scruens G-4, (i-2. bh R. Handle defeated E. Ward. G-:i. (i-1. Keys dufeiiled R. Stanford, (i-1, G-2. Lester defeated Archer. G-4. i)-7. E. P. Young Jr., defeated Whilmoro 8-G, 7-5. Keys and Scruggs clefcalcd Whit- moro and Rundalc, G-2, G-4. Arkansas Slate Teachers vs, Cumberland University at Conway. Arkansas Tech vs. Murray Colleae at Russcllville. Giiachila 'vs. Oklahoma Baptist University nl Arkadelphia. Arkansas A. &. M. vs. Mississippi Teachers al Hattiesburg, Miss. Muskogec (Okla.) vs. Little Rock at Lit lie Rock. RiiEsellville vs. North Little Rock al North Little Rock. Catholic High vs. Warren at Warren. Clarksvillc at Hope. Blythcvillc at Pine Bluff. Forrest City at Bcnton. Mfilvcrn at Hot Springs. Beebe at Jonesboro. Hayncsvillc, La., at El Dorado. Henvenor 'Okla.) at Fort Smith. Camden at Nashville. Stuttgart at Searcy. A'lurfreesboro at Ashdown. Dicrks at De Queen. Hermit (Miss), at Lake Village. Sheridan at Bauxite. ,Brinklcy at Marianna. Fayctteville at Harrison. Augusta at Newport. Prescott at Magnolia. Clarendon at Helena. Heber Springs at Morrillon. Rogers at Berryvillc. Hoxie at Parkin. Springdulc at Bentonville. Paris al. Siloam Springs. Rison at Hamburg. Foreman at Broken Bow, O'kla. Van Buren at Tulsa, Okla. Paragould at Walnut Ridge. Elscwlic re Denver at Iowa State. New Mexico at Montana Slate. Puget Sound at Conzaga. Hardin Simmons at San Francisco. Iowa at U. C. L. A. Furman at Buclcnell. Albright at Temple. Birmingham-Southern at Auburn. Par for Cupid on Any Course to make the average coach tear his hair, and yet year after year they come up with something just about as good. Since 1933, Minnesota has won the Big Ten championship or shared it every fall. Except for Andy. Uram at left halfback this fall's squad is just as fast as the one of a year ago. ll has just as much reserve strength and il is almost as rugged. Spiril and leadership is improved. This year's squad is stronger at center than last yeai. equally as strong at the guards, fackles,. arid' ends, a lillle weaker/at' both halves; stronger at fullback; and just as good i:l quarterback. Minnesota easily may be on another long undefeated run. //v -me TEAM.. . Again MINNEAPOLIS-All good things must end, they s;.-y, and it's probably true—except at the University of Minnesota. How thu Gophers do it, nobody knows, even granting thai they have things wt-11 organized, have ac.g'rossiv alumni, and fine .schools in and around Ihe Twin Cities. They lose enough stuff each season Active War Vet CHICAGO - Of the 2G7. major leaguers who went inlo ihe World war Jimmy Dykes oC ihe While Sox is the only one slill on Ihe aclive list. Bih Enough Fur Two IOWA CITY-lowa is expected lo have Ihe largest collegiale gridder in the country ihi s year in Henry Lue- beeke, 300 pound tackle. Examine Race Drivers SAN FRANCISCO - Race drivers who compete i,, the 500-mile championship at Oakland Speedway September 25 must undergo a physical examination before the race for ihe first time in the history o f the event. DOEsljVFOlF SOS It is hinted, but not confirmed, that Charley Yates, Atlanta's British Amateur champion, is seeking a bigger prize than any he can win on.the fairways—namely, pretty Jane Wilson of Mansfield O with whom he is shown at the National Amateur at Oalsmont Country Club, Pittsburgh, r" Prescott Wolves Play at Magnolia Panthers Reported to Have Best Team in Recent Years MAGNOLIA, Ark — The Magnolia high school Panthers have been going through several strenuous practices this week in preparation for Ihe game here Friday night, against a strong team from. Prescott.. ; The Panthers upset a strong' team from Bossier City, La., last Friday night by defeating them 18-12. After this victory the spirit of the Magnolia boys is very high and they are working hard to make this season a successful one. The backfield is fairly strong with two seasoned players and two hew boys but the line has many difficulties to.iron out as it is composed mostly of new boys. Charles Dunn, 185 Ib. tackle of last season reported for practice Thursday. This should slrengthen the learn considerably. Under the direction of Lewis Scholl new coach, the Magnolia team is playing an entirely different brand of ball from that they have used for the last low seasons. The Panther bunch features a spectacular backfield led bv Captain "Red" Jones, who punts and Passes. Goss, last week's hero, and Hudson take care of the ball carrying duties, while Wilson handles the blocking dunes with Captain Jones DARTMOUTH American League Clubs New York Boston Cleveland . Detroit .. Washington Chicago St. Louis . Philadelphia Wednesday's Result Pittsburgh Chicago New York Cincinnati Boston Si. Louis Brooklyn Philadelphia 'S Gf?£AT BACJS * /s A -STANDOUT FINS puuTzft MU ALSO OH&WeaP70eFns6u£ E Tft/6 FALL. CAN locx; AS \fj£LL AS Trie ..HE CAH f>£AiLY 'EM Razorback Games to Be Broadcast The Lion Oil Company to Bring Play-by-Play Description ; Through special arrangement with the Alumni Association of the University of Arkansas, the Lion Oil Refining Company will bring play-by-play broadcasts direct from the playing fields of the University of Arkansas games this fall. The first broadcast will be September 24 when the Razorbacks play Oklahoma A. and M. College at Fayetteville. All the games are scheduled to be broadcast over the Arkansas network consisting of staton KARK, Little Rock, KELD, El Dorado, KFPW, Fort Smith, and KBTM, Jonesboro. Since all of the Arkansas games will be played in the day time, the Arkansas fans may expect to get good reception from the station nearest them. In making the announcement, Lion officials state thai special arrangements have been made through the Alumn Association with athletic departments of the schools in the Southwest Conference to co-operate with Lion's broadcasting staff in order to assure all the colorful activity of the Southwestern Conference games. The play-by-play descriptions of the games will be handled by Dale Alford, veteran Arkansas sports announcer, assisled by Roger Laux, who has been the assistant of his famous brother, France Laux, coast to coast network sports announcer. In making decision to broadcast the games to Arkansas fans, Colonel Barton, president of the Lion organization, stated, "The Lion Company is glad indeed to co-operate with the Arkansas Alumni Association in presenting to the Arkansas fans play-by-play descriptions of the games played by our University football team. This cooperation on the part of the Alumni Association and our organization will make it possible for thousands of the University's well-wishers, who, for various reasons cannot attend the games, to follow the Razorbacks throughout the season. The broadcasts should do much to stimulate the interest of the people of Arkansas in cur splendid state University.'! Legal Notice Cost of the publication of this Proposed Amendment to the Taxpayers $137.50. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No* 24 Proposed by the General Assembly Mid filed in the office of the Secretary of State on February 26th, 1937. A RESOLUTION TO SUBMIT AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITL)- TION, TO PROVIDE THAT THE JUDGE OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF EACH COUNTY SHALL PRESIDE OVER THE PROBATE COURT OF SUCH COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR THE TRIAL OF ALL PROBATE COURT MATTERS BEFORE THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT, AND FOR APPEALS FROM THE PROUATS COURT TO THE SUPREME-COURT OF ARKANSAS; AND AUTHORIZING THE LEGISLATURE TO PROVIDE FOR A CLERK FOR THF. PBO- BATE, OR TO CONSOLIDATE CHANCERY AND PROBATE COURTS; AMENDING SECTIONS 19, 34, AND 35 OF ARTICLE VII OF THE CONSTITUTION. BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the Stale-of Arkansas and the Senate of the State of Arkansas, a majority of all the members elected to each House agreeing thereto; that the following be, and the same is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: Section 1. Section 34 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 34. In each county the Judge of the court having jurisdiction in matters of equity shall be judge of the court of probate, and have such exclusive original jurisdiction in mat. ters relative to the probate of wills, the estates of deceased persons, executors, administrators, guardians, and persons of unsound mind and their estates, as is now vested in courts of probate, or may be hereafter prescribed by law. The judge of the probate court shall try all issues of the law and of facts arising in causes or proceedings within the jurisdiction of said court and. therein pending. The regular terms of the courts of probate shall be held at such times as is now or may hereafter be prescribed by law; and the General Assembly may provide for the consolidation of chancery and probate courts." Section 2. Section 35 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 35. Appeals may be taken from judgments and orders of courts of probate to the Supreme Court; and until otherwise provided by the General Assembly, shall be taken in.the same manner as appeals from courts of chancery and subject to the same regulations and restrictions." Section 3. Section 19 of Article VII of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 19. The clerks O f the cir- juit courts shall be elected by the qualified electors of the several counties for the term of two years and shall be ex-officio clerks of the county and probate courts and recorder; provided, that in any county having a population exceeding fifteen thousand inhabitants, as shown by the last Federal census, there shall be elected a county clerk, in like manner as the clerk of the circuit court, and m such case the county clerk shall be ex-officio clerk of the probate court of such county until otherwise provided by the General Assembly." Section 4. The provisions of the Constitution of the Slate of Arkansas in conflict with this amendment are hereby repealed in so far as they are m conflict herewith; and this amendment shall take effect on the first day of January next following its adoption. Witness my hand and seal on this the 1st day of April, 1938. C. G. Hall, Secretary of State. Thursday's Results New York 7. Chicago -]. Only game played. Games Friday Cleveland at Detroit <2>. Only game scheduled. National League Football Broadcast 2:25 p.m. Saturday, September 24 OKLA. A. 6* M. VS. 83 HO 77 7G 7) 44 Thursday's Results New York G-2. Cincinnati 1-1. Pittsburgh li-11. Brooklyn 0-6. Baston G-4, St. Luui.s 5-1. Chii-;:g,, 4-2. Philadelphia 0-1. Games Friday Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 12). Chicago al Philadelphia (2i. Only games scheduled. U. of A. Dale Alford Play-by-Play Announcer Radio Stations KBTM—Jonesboro—1200 Kilocycles KELD—El Dorado—1370 Kilocycles KARK—Little Rock—890 Kilocycles Sponsored by El Dorado, Ark.
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