Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 23, 1938 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, September 23, 1938
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PAGE SIX HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September. 28, 1938 Arkansas College Grid Teams Ready Fayettevilie, Arkadelphia, Russellville and Conway Are Battle Grounds LITTLE ROCK. Ark—(.^—Arkansas' 1938 collegiate football program wiM.open on four fronts this week end while a fifth state college will invade foreign soil to begin Us schedule. Three openers will be played Friday at Arkadelphia. Russellville and Conway. Fayettevilie will be the scene of the fourth game when the University of Arkansas Razorbacks meet tho Oklahoma A. and M. Cowboys Saturday. Bill Walton's Ouachita Tigers, absent from intrastate schedules the past two years due to an eligibility ruling from the North Central Association of Colleges, will meet another Baptist eleven—Oklahoma Baptist University from Shawnee—at Arkadelphia. A third invader from the Sooner State—Murray Aggie?—will be entertained at Russellville Friday night by the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys.' Arkansas State Teachers College Bears. 1937, state college champs take on the Cumberland University team from Lebannon, Tenn., at Conway. Monticello's A. and M. Bollweevils journey to Hattiesburg. for a tilt with t the Mississippi State Teachers College. Hendrix and Henderson will not open their seaspn until next week when they play each other at Conway. The Arkansas State College Indians will start their season October 1 at Jonesboro with the University of Tennessee Junior College from Martin. Czech and Nazis 9 Rival Shows of Strength To Them Prague Points WithiPride • By JERRY BRONDFIELD NEA Service Sports Writer Theories rs to where the Pacific Coast Conference'championship will come to rest in 193S are as much in accord as a mixed crowd of Republicans and Democrats. California lias enough left to lead again. Some say this is the yer.r for Southern California. Others shout the F ra i- scs °f Washington. And then there arc those who mutter that it is fortunate for all concerned that Santa Clara and Saint i Mary's cren't in the league. [ _^ Southern California really shows! signs of returning to the gridiron i throne it occupied from 1928 to 1932. in- i elusive. Twenty-five lettermen are j on Howard Jones' squad, r lus a ?ood j share of promising sophomores. He'll ; need them all. That U. S. C. sched- j ule, which includes Alabama, Ohio; £tate. and Notre Dame, in addition to ; • the far western round robin, is second j 'only tc that cf Notre Dame in, have another threat at Washington. severity. ' Steve Llivinsky. guard. ' and Frank Southern California has a whale of; letcr. 1 ;. end, are the only regular hold- a club. Two of the greatest all-round ' overs from that 1937 forward wall. backs on the coast—Amby Schindler; Frisian has material enough, but it's and Grcnville Lansdell—will have! gr&en, and the backfield men, Al plenty cf support from Mickey An- j Cruver, Jimmy Johnston, and the derson. Bob Hoffman, Bob Peoples, a j 'ophomorc star, Rudy Mucha, will re- bang-up sophomore javelin tosser quire a full measure of assistance in Symbolic of Czechoslovakia's faith 1 icture of the notably efficient Czech pc'nt c.' ccfkiness, tensed fcr (lie word from Oklahoma, and a host of others. Harry Smith Is headed for All-Amer- the Purple and Gold's opener with mighty Minnesota in Minneapolis. ica guard honors if ever anyone was, i T WC nty-onc lettermen are U Slan- and Capt. Don McNeill is a grand f orc ]. which gives Tiny Thoniliillnum- center. Not to mention a terrific tatkle bers to wor k w.rth,'if n6t-t'o'o mx'ubh brigade headed by Phil Gaspar ,and. boUiancfe, ,The Indians ''will be'!'the Ray George. '•'•''.', ", ;'i ddaiit'jidarkjitoise if a middle-of-the- Line As Fast As Backfield | • |j nc -,ij c tj 0 ft can be developed. Pete California was hit hard by gradua- Zagar and" Stan Anderson compare in her ability to fight, if necessary, for independence, is this impressive army . . . tens o" thrusands of young soldiers, reported confident to the that means 11 dea;h itrugglt against Hitler and the great Na/i war" machine. Hitler's River of Might tion, having lost the All-America back, Sam Chapman, and Bob Herwig. Perry Cchwart/, and John Meek with an ytacklcs on the coast. Bill Faulman, Pete Fay. and Al Alu.sti/a head a capable corps of backfielders. among others, but no one is giving up on the Golden Bears. Vic Bottari is j ' Oliver Makes His Biiw tabbed as the best back on the coast ; Tex Oliver can't be expected to per- He'll have plenty of aid from Dave j form wonders in his first year at Anderson. The Berkeley line will be! Oregon, hut the man from Arizona will light, but ars fast as the backfieid. j caure a l-;t of trouble for all who come Tackles Dave dcVarona and Bill Stoll i his way. Twenty-one lettermen are on lead the way. with Bill Dolman, plen- ' : hand. JayGraybeal is a %vhale of a ty classy, on one end. h^ck, and Jim Caclcnasso, a transfer If Jimmy Phem can build a line he'll from S; hit Mary's, is likely to be the Strife Where Prince of Peace Was Born "The Thinker"- Military Style Hlflr slims '"'"I" l«l» shoulder mid Ills heavy srbre lit his side, water In his canteen, blanket i.ii Ills pommel and saddle-lings fat with cqulii- incut . . . "Thinker" In modern style . . . Head) for tnstiinl s-crvlce, lie sits til statuesque pose, chin hi hiinil, pondering the question: "How t . V Where Hitler Will Await Chamberlain's Report The little Rhine lown of Godesburg, pictured above, popular German watering place, is reported to be the place where the second historic meeting between Neville Chamberlain, Prime Minister of Great Britain, and Reichsfuclirer Adolf Hitler will take place. The British Premier is expected to fly ayain to Germany, to give Hitler a first-hand report that England and France accede to his full demands on the Sudeten -Czech crisis. Czechoslovakia's President Lannie Heck. Dr. J. C. Williams visited his daughter, Mr.s. Mary Clark anil granddaughter. Mi.vi Riiry Ella Ilubbanl in Little Ruck on Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs L. F. Monroe spent Saturday in H(.|.". Mrs. "'-ik llnrton visited IKT M.S- Icr, Mrs. r 'harley Barncll in Te.xarkana Thursday • <id I'Yidav. Mrd. J. f . fivers spent the day Friday will) licr .sister. MJ. L . Forrest Wil- ..oii at Nashville. Mrs. 1. 11. G;.mcr of Nashville was the Sunday t-ucst (if Mrs. \V. I!. I'ruitt .iliil Mrs. Ciertiuilf Bailey. Mr. and Mr:,. \\ r . 11. Kl'le-r and little daughter Sarnh June, spent the week , end with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oraftt nnd family in Little Hock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Stone had ns Sunday guests Mr. nnd Mrs. King of Nashville, parents of Mrs. Stone. Mrs. O. A. Williams complimented Misses Ann nnd Eddis Taylor of Little * Rock, twin granddaughters of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Booker, with n bunking party nt her home 'Saturday night. Other than the honorccs tlic guests included Misses Elizabeth Page, Gladys Marie Mnrtin, Bcttic Sue Lcvinsi Nell Jean Byers, Kvelyn Ann May and Carolyn Trimble of Hope. Mrs. O. A. Williams had as guests Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mr.s. C. W. Harrington and daughter of Louisiana, Mr.s. Robertson and Mrs. Jack Robinson of Hope. Mis. W. R. Pruitl was a Hope visitor Tuesday. Waller Lumber! of Ihe U. S. Army, spent Monday Mid Tucwlny with Mr. and Mr.s. T. P. Parsons. Walter, a forme;- resident of Washington, has been stationed at the Army ft Navy hoxpitnl in Hot Springs, but will leave October 6 for duly in the Hawaiian Islands. Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Taylor and daughters, Misses Eddis and Ann and Mrs. Lost or Booker of Little Rock were week i::ul guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Booker. Mr;:. Booker I'olrjflincd to be with her husband for some time. Mrs. Paul Rowc, Mrs. John Vclvin and Mrs. Daphne Lacy were Hope visitors Tuesday. Mr.s. J. H. Webb of O/.an spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Parsons. Mrs. L. V. Smith of Memphis was the guest of Miss Connie Perry Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Gold made a business trip to Hope Wednesday. Mrs. Siim Briant spent the week end in Nashville. Miss Evelyn Ruth Timbcrlake spent the week cud with her cousin, Miss Anna Jo Timberlakc on Route 1. The Baptist W.M.S. met Monday evening at the church with seven members present tor the regular missionary program. Mi's. Joe Jackson was program leader cm "Sheaves with Rejoicing in the Stales." The meeting wa.s opened by singing "Bringing in Hi cMicave.s." Mrs. Card gave the devotional from the 65th Psalm and concluded with prayer. Mrs. Jackson had the introductory part of the program. "Our State Til) Years Ago, and Today" and Cooperative Program" by Mr.s. Elmore; "Cooperating in Missions and Christian Education" by Mr.s. Levins 1 . "Coopeialint! in Hospitals and Support of Old Ministers" by Mr.s. Pruitt. "Sheaves of Slate Missions," by Mr.s. Stewart and Mrs. Saunders. The program was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Pruill. The work c,f wall-papering the lo- i cal Methodist church is in progress this week. Tile church wa.s re-roofed and painted some time ago. nnd soon j will be in excellent condition inside ' and outside again. '. Th Presbyterian Auxilary met Mon- l day afternoon at the church for the i monthly roundtablc discussion led by i Mrs. Evelyln Hubbard. The leader , opened the program with a devotional ' rci'ding from the Phalms and Mr.s. ! J. A. Wil.sun led in prayer. Tlic clis- I CUSMOII which followed was based on I the Survey article "America's Greatest | Home Mission Field—Stale Institutions of Learning." The annual Loyalty Day offering for the Verm Uoyd Home wa.s taken. The minutes nnd roll call were omitted because df the absence of (lie secretary. The six members pros cut agreed to change the time of meeting to 3 p.m. each Monday afternoon. 'Ihe auxilary was happy to welcome Mrs. J. B. Muldrow as an active member ;iftcr n number of years on the inactive roll. There hx'ing no further business the meeting adjourned with the Mi/pali. The next meeting will bu a Religious Education program led by Mrs. W. H. Ettcr. The skating lake of Kenya Colony, Aferiea, is located exactly on the equator, at an altitude of 15,000 feet. Badgers Lose Another MAUILON, Wis-Cyril Kabal, promising sophomore halfback, and brother nl Greg Kabi:t, former Wisconsin guard and captain, has been adviwd to H',vu up foiilbiill Uiis year because of ill health. TH!S CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson i OP MILLION VEAK2S -THE R ON E>^.R-T^-^ -ro HAVE: (irimJ.v prophetic were the wouls (if 1'rcsidcnl Eduard Bcnes, of Czechoslovakia, shown in this newly-arrived photo as he wcrncd his fellow citizens to: "I'tfjiaic foi Hie heaviest and most fur-rrafliiiiK saciiJices." Knon after the speech, (jrcat Britain and France made their drastic "recomiiH'iidation-s" for the surrender of the Sudeten area to appease Adolf Hitler. '*«* "Mighty" is the word for the German army . . . and Adolf Hitler seldom irisKt.*. m ci|:|>crtunity l« (Jiiiionsliatc it in great .si/eclui'les of men and urn:s. 'lypical is this parade of 120,000 Storm Troopers and Black Guards . . . apparently as implacable as a moving river of molten lava . . . Uin i:gh Nuremberg during tlic it-cent Nazi Parly Congress ceremonies. Only a ftw yards from the Chunli of the Nativity, >:uid to mark tlic place where Christ was born, tcricr aJid bloudy strife recently reigned in the little town cf Bethlehem. In the radiaphotu above, one of the lowers of the church can be seen llirou«»i the wuidoiv <.f Hit- virecked room. \t-Ab itl-els invi'dcd the tcun and held it fcr light hours.against British t«*op.s. Tht: plicto shows Uic ijitcrior of tl>c local !'"''<<• slatioji. vvliidi was l, togcthtr wiUi all rctwcls ul | best center in tht Pacific northwest. : Gcnzag;. will miss George Kuramalic Holly Molcombc and Morris Kohlei' immeasurably, but the California in- i.u(\ a fair enough Oregon Slate back-i dependents—Saint Mary's and Santa Washington Mr. and Mr.s. Chas. J. Barncll of Texarkana were Sunday guests ol Miss Ella Monroe and Mr.s. Pink Hor- j lield. but the Orange I .'.Irony up front. woii'l be so ; Clara — are loaded for bear. Waahington State ul.su looks too weak in the hue to fe,ei far, but Bylj V.'IT hj- Lomt jTvliy fuii' i'-' . . . Suint Mary s is said to liave the best tt-pncjinoie on thu coast in Mike Kloto- Hwlliiu- vicli, a halfback who duet everything. li'-'inortb. i The. 1 Cluul fro:it \viJl ^vti\i£c^ mvi 1 , than 200 pounds. It is lie aded by Jerry Dowd. All-America center candidate. Santa CU.ia possesses good ends in Jcssf- Coffer ami Jim Coughlan. a terrific tackle in Al Wolff, and .sweet halves in Bruno Pellegrini and Tom! Miss Kalhryn Holt and Miss Roberta Gilbert. i Stuart were over from Tcxarkuna or The role of giant killer is no new one j Sunday visiting home folks, fur the Droncos. j Miss Margaret Delony of" Warrer • -«»»«*- - - spent the week enfl with her parents j Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Uclony. Mr.s. J. P. Webb. Mrs. M. C. Parsons CAMBRIDGE. Mus-..-Davc Colwell.' and Mrs. Sam Bryant were shopping Yale's Mar i-ante r of 1U37, is ths first: >" Hope Monday. Eli ',i'iidualc lo become a member of i Mrs. Olonxo Beck of Duuuil, Oklu., Ihf. liwvyrd cou'.'h.'Hu styff. I "'•:';' a week end. sues*. <<( Mr : .uv.\ Mrs. Kli at Harvard E THAN FOUR.- FIFTHS COWS' M<LK is COPR 193a BY Ml* '.CUVI'.L. INC. AN.SWKJI: V/roiig. A lumt u; find is equivalent to one nauticu that a S |.i]i is tr-ivcling 10 knots JO kugls. RIGHT OBL Wf5!ONG P a unit of speed, not of distance, 1 mile an hour. Instead of saying •per hour, we should suy taut it (9

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