Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1938 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 7, 1938
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Friday, October 7, 1938 Reddie Team Faces Austin on Friday Coach (i row to Send Squad Against Toxas FJevon at 8 p. m. AKKAni'.I.PlllA, Ark. Because the offi'iisivc tripped against llendrix ill the opening game last week. Coach Lloyd Grow has drilled the Henderson State Teachers College Reddles lung and hard thi.s week in an effort to make the si|iiad click against the Stephen F. Austin College Yellow- jj.-cket.-i from Nacogdiidles. Texas, at Ouachila Field here at 8 Friday night, ll will be the sporl.s feature of On county fair, which opened Thursday. Coach Grow said hi.s line-up wiif un'delei •mined, due to failure of several players to perform as well as expected last week. Grow has stressci' blocking and pas;; defen.se thi.s week. Stephen F. Austin College held tin powerful t.iiulhweslcrn Louisiana Colleg eto a 7-lo-d victory last week. Athletic Director S. I!. Sudduth, who coached tin- Heddies hist season, scouted the game :it Nacugdoehes and reported the Yi-llowjackel.s fairly heavy With .several fa.st men. f wild Two Razorback Guards & f/MVCT&V j v «, > x. < < i -n 4>$. ' » j> >*'<,. ^tWr* *" •*<•>/> ^4* •*•*$ < £<* « vx *""»«. CJii-^^aglav,!; ,. ''''''•* Upn't-Klffnie, 1 !low could I go home and J-iiy 1 shot an end of a ham?" Wild mushrooms have cust-d tin- death of 22 persons within a forthnight in Ihc united provinces of India. Legal Notice F ootball Games SLOWS DOWN ONLY ON CURVES Ttoie ^T JUluniJ4J Cost of the publication of this Proposed Amendment to the Taxpayers $137.50. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL /UIKNDMKNT No. 24 Proposed by Ihe General Assembly «nd filed in the office of the Secretary of Stale on February 2Gth, 1937. A RESOLUTION TO SUBMIT AM AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION, TO PROVIDE THAT THE JUDGE OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF EACH COUNTY SHALL PRESIDE OVER THE PROBATE COURT OF SUCH COUNTY; PROVIDING FOT THE TRIAL OF ALL PROBATE COURT MATERS 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 THE PROBATE, 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 o Representatives of the Slate of Ar kansas and the Senate of the State o Arkansas, a majority of all the members elected to each House agreeing thereto; that tho following be, and the same is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: Section 1. Section 3-1 of Article Vll of Iho Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 34. In each county Oie 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 matters relative to the probate of wills, the cst.-ite.s of (lt-t-e;i.sefl persons, executors, administrator;;, guardians, and persons of unsound mind and their estates, as i.s now vested in courts of probate, or may be hereafter prescribed by lasv The judge of the probate court shal 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 o the courts of probate shall be held a such'times as i.s now or may hereafte be prescribed by law; iiiid the Genera Assembly nwiy provide for the consoli dattoiv of chancery and probat .-•„' courts." Section 2, Section 35 of Article VI of the Constitution of Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 3!i. Appeals may be take from judgments and ovders of cour of probate to Ihe Supreme Court; an until otherwise- provided by the Gen end Assembly, shall be taken in tli same manner as appeals from cour of chancery and subject to the san regulations and restrictions." Section 3. Section 19 of Article V of the Constitution of Arkansas hereby amended to read as follows: * "Section 19. The clerks of the circuit courts shall be elected by the qualified electors of the several counties for Ihe term of two years, and .shall be ex-officio clerks of the county and probate courts and re- I corder; provided, that in any county having a ixiuulalion 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 in such case the county clerk shall be f. ex-officio clerk al Ihe probate court of such county until otherwise provided by the General Assembly." Section 4. The provisions of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas in conflict with this amendment arc • hereby repealed in so far as they are *' in conflict herewith; and this amendment shall lake 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. HalJ, f: Secretary of State. *N¥';%* i KAYETTEVILI..E. Ark.—Big iiml bruising, Milt Siminglnii and Wilfred Thorpe, Arkan.sa.s guards, are ju.sl uhal the Ila/nrbiirks have needed for some time. SimhiKtim weighs 'i'i'.\ pounds while Thorpe weighs u mere 2CS. With this husky pair flanking Captain Liiyd Wiiodell at center, the middle of (he line is almost impregnable to assault. Arkansas sup- ptTlerc are counting on this pair to outplay (lit- Uaylor Forwards Saturday in the game thai will dedicate the university's new stadium. How to See Football College. Henderson Slale vs. Stephen F. Austin College at Arkadelphia at 8 p. m. Arkansas Tech vs. Kansas Stole Teachers at Pittsburgh, Kan. (night), llendrix College vs. Southeast Missouri Teachers at Cape Girardeau, Mo. (night). Arkansas Stale vs. University of Tennessee Junior College al Marlin, Tenn. High School Hoi Springs al El Dorado. Texarknna (Ark.) at Camden. Fordyce at Pine Bluff. Morrilton al Benlon. Okmulgee (Okla.) al Forl Smith. Van Buren at Clarksvillc. Ozark at Russellville. Guidon at Nashville. DeQuecn at Hope. Senrcy al Newport. McGeheo al Donnoll. Lake Village at Crossetl. Warren at Malvern. Dumas at Eudora. Monlicello at Rison. Murfrec.sboro at Sparkman. DeWitl al Bauxite. Berryville :il Hunlsvillc. Stuttgart at Marianna. Cnssville (Mo.) at Fayetleville. Searcy at Newport. Greenmood at Waldron. Magnolia at Springhill, La. Conway al Atkins. Clarendon at Cotton Plant. Augusta at Balesville. Bentonville ill Rogers. Ashdown at Amity. Sheridan at Carlisle. Foreman at Stamps. Ho her Springs at Cabot. Horatio at Prescoll. Harrison at Springdale. Imboden at Walnut Ridge. Marvel! at England. Little Rock Tigers vs. Blythcville Chicks at Litlle Rock. North Liltle Rock Wildcats vs. Forrest City Mustangs at Forrest City. Caholic High Rockels vs. Jonesboro Golden Cyclones at Jonesboro. Arkansas School for ihc Deaf vs. Hamburg at the Deaf School al 2:45 p. in. No. 4—Tho Notre Dame System Y OHFOK . \AMCeQUIET (&£LL HOLE. By JERKY BKONBFIELD NEA Service Sports Writer From under the shadow of tho Golden Dome have come many of the nation's outstanding conches. And practically all preach the gospel of Knute j Rocknc—the Notre Dame system. j The most significant feature about j tin offense at fir.it s'pht i.; the balanced line. Blocking is even more important in Ibis plan than in any other. The reason i.s thai the ends, who are spread a yard or two. must handle the defending U.ckles themselves without aid from a wing back. Thi.s i.s no small assignment. Guards pull out to block, for which reason they must be unusually mobile. In effect, the Notre Dame system is a single wing formation, but it op- rates differently. Coming out of the huddle, Ihe back- ! . . . ..„,., eld lines up in ,, "T" formalion. with ! '•«»,• of h,m. funn.ne the 1. ic blocking back ju.st behind the' The .shift brings the offensive set- enter and the other three lined up in , up, which finds the blocking or No t row about five or .six yards to the , back a yard behind and slightly to the Lion Football Broadcast 2:25 P. M. Saturday, October 8 BAYLOR UNIVERSITY VS. U. of A. AT RADIO STATIONS KBTM—Jonesboro—1200 Kilocycles KFPW—Fort Smith 1210 Kilocycles KELD—Ei Dorado—1370, Kilocycles KARK—Little Rock—890 Kilocycles Sponsored By El Dorado, Ark. J. Smith Fcrcbcc on golf marathon. Bare-chested J. Smith Fcrbue appart-nlly is pretty much in a hurry as he grubs a club from Art Casehella, his caddie, at Luke-side Golf Club, Hollywood. The rush is brought on by the fact that Fcrcbcc. wealthy Chicago broker, has wagered close to 5100,000 that he can play GOO holes of golf from coast to coast in four days. Ferebee is making his dash in a private plane. The gentleman hurrying along in the rear with him is Reuben Trunc, his backer. Villanova, Washington, Wisconsin, Dptiuesne, Santa Clara, and other schools have been getting by famously with variations of the Noire Dame System. NEXT: The punl formatian. Porkers Face 2nd Conference Team ringhl of Ihe right guard. The No. 1 back .stations himself a yard behind bis bight or left end, as the case may be. The left halfback, which is the, threat position, usually lakes ^he (.allback post, with\the No. 3 back alongside him, and to the rear of the block ing back. Great versatility is the keynote of the Notre Dame plan. The wing, freed from the task of aiding the end on the defending tackle becomes an integral part of all deceptive plays. From this formation can bt. worked any phase of offense. Three men are in position to take a direct pas? from center, and the stage is set for spinners, cutbacks, reverses, and j-asses of all kinds. Bui the basic Notre Dame system dc- pcndf. on blocking—on whether the guards can putt out fast enough and whether the ends can handle their tackles. Variations have sprung up, and often the end will receive assistance from Ihe wing, or Ihe other blocking back. Alabama, Auburn, Saint Mary's, Fortlbam; Michigan Stale, Detroit, Student: "The ass often disguises •limseif with the lion's skin." Professor: "True; but it's done with the sheepskin here." An observer can be raised 210 feel from the ground in 25 seconds on the telescopic sleel mast which is the pride of Ihe British artillery. The mast is mounted on a motor truck. Government Cotton Loans Quick Service—Immediate Payment Cotton classed by a Licensed Government classer in our office. T. S, McDAVITT & COMPANY Hope, Arkansas] ALL PROPHET-NO LOSS f>uT ' WIN LOSE .« A(yaHSA$\ L.S.U,,,,-. MICHIGAN PITT. wgu&g s-' A "LAHDSLIP& STOPS ZAMBIA SANTA CLARA Baylor Team Reported in Top Condition for Game Saturday FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—(/PI—A tired University of Arkansas football squac that luis had many long practice sessions in summer weather was pu through its last long drill of the week here Thursday. The Razorbacks play the Baylor University Bears in the stadium dedication fealure Saturday. •I. A victory would lift Arkansas to ( .500 in Southwest Conference play, with one win and one loss. Texas Christian University won over Ihe Porters lasl week, 21-14. Coach Fred C. Thomson has used so muiiy different combinations in practice this week that from one to four Razorbacks who did iy>t start in either of the first two games may be on Ihe field al Ihe kickoff against Ihe Bears. Either Walter Hamberg or Neil Martin may start at halfback instead of Joe JLcalet, a sophomore. End John Frieberger, also a sophomore, may replace either Maurice Britt or Howard Mickey, also both sophomores. W. B. Owen i.s likely to start at guard instead of Milt Simington, a sophomore who has been sick since the TCU bat- Ik-. There i.s a possibility that Newman Miller may be given the call at tackle over Randall Shillings. Millet i.s a sophomore, Stalling^ a senior. Everything i.s reedy for the fick dedication, with .short t:dks by Harr> L. Hopkins, WPA administrator JIIK Governor Carl E. Bailey to preced Ihc game. The government furnisher the labor on the stadium. Fourleei army reserve fliers in seven plane will make a flighl over Ihe field. Tin game is .scheduled Ll 2:30 o'clock. Baylor won over Arkansas lasl yea at Waco. 2(1-14. They have llieir tw> passing and receiving stars, Quarter back Billy Patterson and End Sai Boyd, who gave the Razorbacks s lucb trouble, available against this cason. Baylor Squad in Top Shape 1 WACO, Texas— (iPt— In top physical liapc, the Baylor University football quad left Thusday fo Fayctteville nd the opening of the Southwest Con- erence season against the University f Arkansas Saturday. The 31 players will arrive in Mus- iogce, Okla., Friday morning, then i: by bus to Fuyettevillu to take a light vorkout in the new stadium. The squad concentrated on passes igain in their last Miff practice. Coach ilorley Jennings indicated he would be satisfied with a victory by an.\ it-ore. Wife (hearing rattle of Ihe front dooi ttiob al 2 a. m. appears at bcdroon window!: "Why, John, what are yoi doing?" John: "Sh! I'm trying to get Hono lulu!" Probably the most serious earth quake in history occured at Calculi; India, on Oct. U 1737, when 3000,00 persons were killed. A WANT-AD FIND IT / Each weekend an All-America team of crack Associated Press sports writers gets down under the ball to bring you brilliant, thorough coverage of the nation's outstanding football classics. Here's the lineup of one "eleven" which has names known from coast to coast for high calibre pigskin reporting: Paul Mickelson, New York; Charley Dunkley, Chicago; Whitney Martin, Kansas City; Fritz Howell, Columbus; Eddie Brietz, New York; Robert Myers, Los Angeles; Russ Newland, San Francisco; Kenneth Gregory, Atlanta; Gayle Talbot, New York; Earl Hilligan, Chicago; and Bill King, Boston. Every Saturday, you'll find this all-star cast in the press boxes at the great gridirons of the country. And they are only part of the team. Their expert stories are augmented by those of a hundred other Associated Press correspondents who cover the football fields in every state of the union. Together, this vast array of sports writing talent produce an average of 57,000 words every Saturday afternoon,—enough to fill 70 newspaper columns! Read the complete story of football this fall in this paper. A Member Of The Associated Press Hope ® Star

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