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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Adi Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number oJ .Words Up to 15 .. 16 lo 20 .... 21 to 25 28 to 30 81 to 35 .... 86 to 40 41 to 45 »6 to 50 One Day .45 .GO .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Six One Days Days Month .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 fl.OO 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only « All Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone _ Lost ~~ BAY MARE, WEIGHT 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phone I08G. 14.31 twcen South Hazel Elm. Phone 00. and South 15-31 For Sale GOOD BOIS'D ARC POSTS AT reasonable prices. Sec E. M McWilliams at McWilliams Seed ^Slore, Hope, Arkansas. 9-lmo GROCERY STOKE. STOCK OF groceries, part o£ fixtures, balance furnished with building Small living quarters. See at 14th and Main. Phone 1258. 10-tf By Weitbrook Pegfor Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Comiskey Is Matched With Ezzard Charles Friday, December 17, 1948 Paterson, N. J., Dec. 17 —(UP) — Heavyweight Pat Comiskey of Paterson today was tentatively matched with Ezx.avd Charles of Cincinnati for a 10-round bout in Cleveland, Jan. 13. The _By Hugh 8. Fuller-ton, Jr._ announcement was made BATTERY RAISED. Jtocks. $1.00 each Phone i 9GG-W, Vernon Osburn, 805 W Gth ' Street. ]4_ 2w SMALL LOW PRESSURE PAINT gun and compressor. $40. Phone C55-.T. ]4 . 3 { BAY MARE SFEET HIGTI" reached mane and scar on right, hip. Weight 800 pounds, liberal reward. Notify Charles Bryan Jr. 311 South Pine Street, Phono 1086. ____ __ __ j4-3t ONE WHITE SIDE WALT7~R1M". If found please call Jessie Sinclair. Phone 339-M. ifi-3t GRUEN CUREX WRIST WATCH, solid gold case, 17 jewels. Phone Gou-J. j 4 _ 3t LEWALLEN SETTER, 7 YEARS old. Roan speckled color. Name "Chub", is hard of hearing. For reward see Harvey Allen, Phone _370, Tol-E-Tox Station. 17-3t Wo nted JOB FIRING STATIONARY steam boiler. Day or night. See , Charlie Alexander, Hope, Route . 4, Box 305. 10-Gt k-'or Rent ROOM HOUSE city limits on SPG 140. Ophelia Bolls. ADJOINING road. Phone 14-3t 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED APART- menL. Located at 1002 East 2nd Street. 14.31 2 MODERN UPSTAIRS~UNFURN"- ishcd apartments. Phone 417 ROOM WITH PIUVATKBATH for working men or women. White House. 220 East Second Street, Phone 114-R. 17-31 Nof-ic© WE BUY, SELL. AND REPAIR all makes of Sowing machines . W. H. West, 215 North Hamilton Street, Phone 122G-W., Hope, Arkansas. 1-lmo TABLE TOP GAS good condition. 122 B. RANGE IN East Avenue 14-3t You aren't supposed to interview justices of the supreme court, but I am an unconventional child of impulse so I riffled the book and so I said fU'ir.me Executive HMO, hello, .supreme court, lot me .speak lo Justice Doii/'lns. please. She said his fecretary as bnsy. Could he call But it WHS latn and thai the up he sho ing around a corner suite and 1 j Comiskey showed up well saw Justice Frankfurter standing night, although Louis took things there riKh alongside with young easy and sledom threw a hard right Hill Hearst and four or five^othcrs. IComiskcy forced the fight ' New York, Dec. 17 — (/F) — Nearly every tournament on the winter golf tour is listed as "open international" and it took a query to PGA Tournament Manager George by j.Schneiter to explain that second said he me back? night was j )->/->( (It; u v > VV l.'I^I 1 t K_J] tl I I! jJIUl 1 d OC I nU] f i I Ml it nf \ tl 1-v-i "-, 1 fr~ 1 jbefore 5200 at the armory ^ | ' rs ' Vnsiu^b,H r | ast night. Atkins said he acted on !the PGA mere v set up ' lieboul''" 0 Lm " S ' n •'"••hodulingjnroved player ' ]fst and Neither fighter has signed on ,„, ! Smcn^-Ti^" '° doited hue yet. Allans said. How- !r,n and off the ever, Comiskey said he war, willing jsnch things on ,- «;rr n ^ rr%r t {2 w «,%a^ i w" P- { V-™ " ;oVr roh ^e ?'iot K m'm icindt^.rJ^ES/"- !^ r fe,i!r cts r ^ «»/.?»??. *J™?L. ?«' te <""< !i .<*$**? &™* V %° 1 £$- , nst WnSn ?nT« %¥*"'* "I spon- control, f'l * ' n n- signed con- Well. I thought, in a refined poddy like the gridiron you check your blackjacks at the door so if they introduce us I will spot old Weenie 1038 FORD, NEW MOTOR, GOOD tiros and clean throughout. Phono Ool ~»J. first sneer and after that may I the most pertilurgical 17-3t CHRISTMAS GIFT SPECIALS. $3.00 Fuller hair brushes, extra stiff nylon bristles. $1.95. See Mrs. Leon Bundy or Phone 131! 14-Gl NEW 5 ROOM HOUSE AND BATH. Close in. Across street from school, and grocery store. Apply 511 South Spruce. Phone lln.l-J 14-3t MAHOGANY VICTROLA AND records, Mahogany Library table Antique Solh Thomas Clock and Apartment size Gas Refrigerator. Phone 200 after 3 p.m. 15-3t | muta6le woldcrfat 1941 PONTIAC TWO DOOR SEDAN emerge triumphant. Sure enough, pretty soon, yankyank on the sleeve of my while tie and tails which make me look like Fred Astairc, yankyquk on the sleeve like a bile when you are worm fishing, and I turn and there we are, practically in a clinch with the crowd silently yelling for the kill (Vote for one). Young Bill said: "My I slipsis on the great pleasure to mulsify the distinguished kranis of the Su prome Court of the United States, and this is Westbrook Peglcr." "Hohoho," said Weenie, "Some limes in the morning, my wife oft en remarks that some people altify the codorspcrl and I always reply, I well you can't maulspavo the im posnards of Justice the way. Louis' YosYricig medium powered rights when miskcy became aggressive. $975. Phone G51-J. Holmes, hohoho.' TWO YOUNG PONY MARES suitable for children. Also G Phone 117G-J-2. "Sounds ~'L Judge," tro nlensprl Esf-arf-e for Safe TWO SMALL HOUSES, LARGE lots, good location. $2500 and S2800. Immediate possession. Ty- Jer Really Service. 13-3i 4 ROOM MODERN COTTAGF well located. $2750. Tyler Realty T " " u " Service. Better bargains in R-al g Estate. i5~. 3t " n ™ WINTER IS ON THE WAY. Better bring in those broken windows, we will put in new glass while you shop. Harlan- Noe-Benton Lumber Co.. Phone •_178. n-7t NOT TOO LATE TO GIVE MAGT- zines for Christmas. Charles Ruy- nerson, City Hall. Phone 28 or nights Phone 3GD-W. • 16-1 mo Wanted fo Rent T\VO OR THREE ROOM FURN- ished apartment, couple and child. Phone 1191. 7-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR a family of 3. Immediately. Phone 490. 14-3t PLANT NOW See us for Rose Bushes and Shrubs for fall planting Gentry - Butler Florists Phone 1194-W1 We Deliver REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPI F* Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) Ii No Answer Dial 3-5770 FIVE ROOM HOUSE, NEW ROOF good paint, good foundation! needs to be papered, located at 900 W. 4th, across from Court House block. Price S3, 000. A good buy. See Floyd Porterfield & like double-talk to me, - said, "but anyway, pleased to meet you" when Walter pigs. ;Trohan noked his face into the 17-31 Inappy HUle circle and said. "Mr. •P.. have you met the godfather of Algor Hiss?" Well, time marches on so after I had lost my brash about an in lerview with Justice Douglas, this secretary calls, and I am having lunch with the man from the wide open spaces at two o'clock in his chambers. I have never hung around the supreme court much so there half an hour early lo case the joint and memorize the exits and the first thing you know iticising aycr who invited. „ ... isn't it? Schneiter calls it a "code of ethics" and adds Dial "this entire structure is rath- writing." get shut out for ~ ,-nr. , , . , "- own ' bl 't Us the Co-iPGA which gets people to put up those $13,500 purses. So why (shouldn't it have something to say about who plays for them? up A large and enthusiastic crowd of basketball fans saw a ban« game at the High School Him last night ns the towering Prcscott team had plenty of trouble in clowning the Hope Legion- aires by a score of G6 to 50 The 'improved Legion team led bv Pony Reeves and Red Vannoy with '» and 15 points respectively furn- oven into ished plenty of thrills, the closing minutes. Taking scoring honors for Prcs- eott were Osborn with 16 points, E Ward with 15, and Cooler Willis with 14. The Hope team will journey to Laneburg Monday night for a game with the Independents there One-minute Sports Page Bill Jacobs, Oklahoma U. Miler, has accepted an invitation to run in the Sugar Bowl track meet. Last year he was a member of Bruce Drake's Sooner basketball squad which lost to Tulane in the Sugar Bowl game. He must have some sweet vacations, . . . .Local gossip says that Joe Lapchick has been given complete command of Madison Square Garden basketball operations to prevent friction among Ned Irish's assistants since Ned no nv^n il°r ngei ' can kcp such close watch. . gymnas-. (Maybe that explains why the row of movable seats are farther apart this year. Joe wanted enough room lor his long legs. . .The Chicago White Sox took a 16-man delegation to the minor league meetings. Only business transacted was the sale of Tony Lupien to Sacramento, and that deal was called off because of trouble with waivers Hogs Finally Win on Roac! Excursion Fayetteville. Dec. 17 — iff) playing the Pittsbui-R, Kan Teachers by 13 points in each half, the University of Arkansas Razor backs scored their second victory of the HMf! basketball season 7953 here last night. Second half sharpshooting if Ken Kcarns, who accounted for a total of 19 points, sparked the Arkansas attack. Just back from a disastrous "ast ern trip on which they ran their losing streak to four "games, the Ha/.orbacks were off to a ragged start and the lead changed hands seven times in the early minutes Coach Gene Lambert sent in a new team, which pulled into a 40-27 halftime load, and largely on Koarns onehand corner shots, added another 13 points to the lead 'in the second half. Browns Place Five on All Conference MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUsiT garage, attic fan, floor furnace landscaped, 220 East 15th street Can be financed FHA or GI small monthly payments. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, new throughout. 75 18th and South Elm, loan available. GARAGE, by 231 lot, FHA or GI FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN throughout, 100-foot frontage located on East 14lh street, FHA or GI loan. TWO-STORY, two baths, SPG home. FOUR BEDROOMS, garage. This is an Make us an offer. FOSTER-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance. Loans 108 East Second Phone 221 1G-31 Burns From Pan of Ho* Water Fatal fro Baby Parngould, Dec. Hi — (VPj— Nine- teen-monlh-old Eldon Roy Garner died at a hospital here last night ol burns sul'feread when he overturned a pan of hot water at his home near Paragonld. The accident occurred Tuesday. The victim was the son of Mr and Mrs. Bill Garner. REFRIGERATION SERVICE is our business. Prompt and efficient service on all makes of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. We go anywhere anytime. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE Phone 1280 or 1231-J Nights and Sunday* 119 Edgewood Hope WANTED • PECANS • SCRAP STEEL • CAST IRON • CAR BODIES • JUNK BATTERIES 9 RADIATORS • ANY KIND OF METAL • BURLAP BAGS, RAGS and BONES. Top Prices Paid Finest Fairbanks Scales WILLIAM M. DUCKETT North Main Street Let Us Rebuild Your Old or make your old one into a comfortable innerspring. One Day Service "All Work Guaranteed" DAVIS Furniture & Mattress Co. 606 N. Hazel Phone 3b7 FOR SALE-- 8 Kefjs 3d 80 Kegs Id 2-1 Ketjs Id 38 Kegs 5d 40 Kegs 5d 24 Kegs Gd 80 Keys 7cl Cement Conted Box Nails Cement Conted Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Conted Cooler Nails Bright Box Nails Cement Conted Cooler Nails « PRICE — $9.00 per Keg f.o.b. Prcscott. GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS WANTED-Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM - LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. Coll 1000 or Contact Office Ihcre we are in a red plush pew .lotting down descriptive matter: "Four marble pillars about 3f> feet high on each side; heavy plush curtains nnd tasty, expensive car pet both of. Kremlin red. But the carpet has a subdued design show mg a bunch of rods surmounted by a battleaxc, Mussolini's old Fas cist emblem, so the court seems neutral. Nervous guy stands facing the court talking about some bank niplcy business and some lawyer wants $40,000. Couple of little kids in blue suits rushing glasses of wat or (could be gin) to parties want ing refreshment." With a loud conk, Chief Justice Vinson slammed his mallet down cutting the guy off in the middle of a syllabic'. But it seems he had plenty of warning because there is a little light on the pulpit which blinks five minutes before his time is up and again one minute before. If he can't get his flaps down with those warnings let him crash. Now we are in the chambers of Justice William O. Douglas and I am pretty sore because he went out to Portland. Ore., and made a speech advising all that muscle to get into international politics and take over the diplomacy of the United States in our relatlions with the European countries which are now being handled by "labor gov I ernmcnts." He said the "labor" leaders of Western Europe are wary because concentration camps have them "bitterly suspicious of who may be undisclosed agents of predatory ink-rests." Well, (he most brutal, ignorant and greedy of the predatory inter esls thai we have are the group of people that Douylas wa.s exhorting to assume Die" spokes manshiu for our country abroad and I thoughl lie ought to" know and f Hunk he damn well does Upon being advised of his con stitutional rights and warned that all he said miiiht be used against him. Justice William O. Dou-las unto me did say: "I was improved '.vitli the opportunity thr labor group had in Ibis country. When 1 say that. T don't mean 'any parti union." as between the . O. and the A. F. of 1, ()1 . independent group. "Opportunity |o step up front and take the lead m the battle." In his use of the world "battle." Hope Reeves Ross Porter Vannoy Stone Polk Guntcr Dillarcl . Byers Total Prescott Osborn Morrison ., E. Ward ., B. Ward .. H. Willis .... Lee O. Willis .... Simpson .. Johnson F.G. 8 2 . 0 5 0 0 1 2 0 F.G. , 8 . 0 . 6 . 2 .. 7 . 4 .. 1 0 .. 0 F.T. 2 0 3 5 1 1 1 0 1 F.T. 0 2 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 Pts. 18 4 3 15 1 1 3 4 1 Dots All, Brothers Tulane Football Coach Henry }• rnka has been a frequent visitor in loxas lately and the assumption is that he's looking for more of ^ OBC A? 0 T f i >ci . hi ^ h sch ° o1 Players. . . Ihe AAU, in its sketches of candidates for the Sullivan Memorial award, has reduced basketballer Bob Kurland's height to G-feet-7 They always were conservative Total .. SO Pts. 3(5 2 15 6 14 10 3 0 0 . Gfi Fighf-s last By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Gene Burton 145, New York, outpointed Herman McCray, 150, Philadelphia, 8. Paterson, N. J. — Steve Klepeis, 14G Clifton, N. J. outpointed Norman Kelly 34fi, Detroit, G. (Top regular bout on Joe Louis-Pat Comiskey exhibition card). San Diego. Calif. — Irving Sten, 145, San Diego, stopped Benny Black, 145, Los Angeles, 8. By United New York New York, Dec. 17 — f/p)_ Led by the Southwest's whopping 25 per By CARL BELL Little Rock, Dec. 17 —(#>)—-Football players and fun-loving Shrin- ers will strut their stuff here tomorrow so that crippled children may hobble along a little better. The Hardin-Simrnons university cowboys, Abilene, Tex., and the Ouachita Tigers, Arkadelphia, Ark., will met on the gridiron in the first annual Shrine bowl game Proceeds derived from an expected crowd of 15,000 will go to -the Shrine's Crippled Children's hospital at Shrevcport, La. While the football game is the main show, there'll be plenty of other entertainment. The Shriners will stage their largest, most color fill parade in Arkansas before noon. Temples from Little Rock Pine Bluff—which are sponsoring the postseason game, Memphis, Shreveport and Jackson, Miss., and six bands will participate . More Shrine pageantry is sched uled to War Memorial stadium be fore the kickoff and at halftime. the Shrine's imperial potentate Galloway Calhoun of Tyler. Tex. will be guest of honor "and a game speaker at the stadium. After the game the football .teams will be guests at a banquet 'at whicn a writers will Now York-. Dec. 1G — (/P) — The champion Cleveland Browns, who defend their title Sunday against Buffalo, placed five players on the all-conference team of (he AH America football conference. The team was chosen by the AAC from a poll of coaches, 'sports writers and broadcasters. Cleveland dominated the first eleven by placing powcrix.cd Marion Motley at fullback. T-mas- —Outlier Otto Graham at quarterback Stale jMac Spcedie at end, Lou Rymkus at tackle and Bill Willis at guard. The all-conference team is unique in that it doesn't include Glenn Dobbs of the Los Angeles Dons, \vhci won the total offense championship and set a now all- time league record for punting. He' also set a number of individual records. Debbs was named a halfback on the second team. The all America all conference (votes in paranthesis): End—Mac Spccdic, Cleveland (54 J-2). End—Alyn Beals. San Francisco (49>. Tackle—Lou Rymkus, Cleveland (45 1-2L Tackle—Bob Reinhard, Los Angeles (30). Guard—Dick Barwegen, Baltimore c)G). Guard — Bill Willis, Cleveland (33>. Center—Bob Nelson, Los Angeles (32). Quarterback — Otto Graham Cleveland (40). Halback—John Strzykalski, San Francisco (48 1-2). Halfback—Chet Mutrvn, Buffalo (45 1-2). Fullback—Marion Motley, Cleveland (57). Basketball Results By The Associated Press East: Kentucky 51 Holy Cross 43. Bradley 81 Manhattan 72. Texas 58 NYU 57. Harvard 51 Trinity 4G. Franklin and Marshall 35 Delaware 29. Canisius 50 St. Bonavonlure 54 South: Washington and Lee 59 George j Washington 53. Virginia 5'.] Maryland 47. William and Mary 75 Norfolk Naval Base 46. Midwest: Baylor 45 Missouri 44. Indiana 56 Kansas State 30. Marietta 85 Denison 45. Washburn 57 Omaha 40. Baldwin-Wallace 7 Ohio Wesleyan G2. Northern Illinois 5fl Bethany (Kas) 47. Wayne (Neb) (32 Midland 48. BROADCASTING SYSTEM Friday p.m., Dec. 17 5:00 Adventure Parade—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M 5:45 Tom Mix—M 6:00 Salon Serenade 6:15 News. Five Star Final G:25 Today in Sports G:3l) Henry J. Taylor—M 6:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr. 7:00 Great Scenes from Greal Plays—M 7:30 Leave it to the Girls—M'*' 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Hcatt'er—M 8:35 Mutual Newsreel—M 8:30 Yours for a Song—M 8:55 Bill Henry. News—M 9:00 Meet the Press—M 9:30 Harlwick College Choir—M in:00 All the News—M 10:15 Benny Strong's Orch—M 10:30 Ray McKinley's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign Off Saturday a.m., Dec. 18 5:57 Sign On '*> G:00 First Edilion of News 6:05 Hillbilly Hoedown C:30 'Four Knichls 6:45 Musical Interlude 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Melody Boys 7:30 The Devo'ional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News. Coffee Cup Edition R:f)n Sunrise Serenade 8:45 To Be Announced 9:00 Ozark Valley Folks—M ?>:?,<) Albert L. Warner—M 9:45 Blue Earron Presents—Ifo 10:00 Hormcl Girls Corps—M 10:30 Riders of lh" Purole Sage 11:00 Smoky Ml. Hayride—M Saturday p.m., Dec. 18 pro cent increase, college football crowds were larger almost everywhere this fall. An Associated Press survey of 89 schools today showed the Far West as the only exception to the im- wnrd trend. i Nationally the increase in average attendance was 4.3 per cent over 1947. The 89 schools played il i, ?o /, arnes Before gatherings totally 12446.754. Last year 11,719,998 saw 443 home games. rno averaf "'° gafne this fal1 dl 'ew .oaB paying customers. Last year the average was 26,456. The Midwest, as usual, had the biggest crowds, both average and total. The 105 midwestern games drew 3689,633 fans, a breakdown oi M.135 per game. The Southwest with 32,329 was next as far as 'av- coanmittee o£ ' sports announce the outstand Delta (Miss) Tehrs 61 Southeast Missouri 57. Southwest: ; Arkansas 79 Pittsburgh Harclin Simmons 52 Payne 35. Southwest Texas 59 Southwestern players will receive cups pre I Far sented by the president of Shrine Charity Game, Inc., John Collins of Little Rock. ing lineman and back of the game, i The The be a game itself is expected to highscoring affair. Harclin Simmons, with a record of four victories, three ties and two de feats, concentrates almost entirely on offense has the type of attack which is as likely to explode for a touchdown as a first down on any play. Sparked by Wilton (Hooks) Davis, one of the South west's top runners, and passing man Johnny Ford, the Cowboys are favorites. Ouachita. which has primarily been a defensive unit in compiling a record of nine wins and two losses, has been devoting most of Us time this week to offense in an (Kas) 53. Howard Far West: Wichita 50 Colorado A&M 42. Cleveland, Dec. 17 —!#:— Reports possible armistice '" •''•"• - 1 - 1 Press (Sunnyside Garden'i — I Paddy Young, 151 1-4, New York, rruiuc.. outpointed RUSH Howard, 144 New inoso (York, !!. llaxloton Pa — Sonny Genell, l. r <4, Scranton, Pn., slopped Ray Brown, 156, Philadelphia, 1 Paterson N. J. — Harry Haft l< -'.> HiG, Paterson. outpointed Don .la- bora, 180. New York, 6. Fall River, Mass. — Timothy (Budclyi Hayes, 127 1-2. Boston, outpointed Andy Bishop, 131 Fall River, 10. crages were concerned, followed bviCowboys. T the Last with 26,273, Far West with! balance wit 2:1.028 and South with 23,008. have plavec of a possible armistice in the dol lar vvar with the senior National I'ootball League greeted owners of the three-year-old All-America conterence as they gathered today lor their annual meeting and title playoff game. effort to match touchdowns 'with' the , T f lc y? un Ser circuit has been for •i t~~.~ ..r such 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:30 12:40 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 3:45 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 0:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:30 10:55 11:00 News, Home Edition Market Time i Farm Agent Melody Mustangs Shortest 5 min. in Radio To Be Announced WilMston Choir—M To Be Announced Batavia Choristers—M George Towne's Orch.—'$ j Villa Victoria Choir—M Charlie Slocum—M Decision Now Swing Time Proudly We Hail—M Take a Number—M True or False—M News, 5-Star Final Week i" Sports Los Angeles Youth Choir—M Twenty Questions—ivl Life Begins at 80—M Gabriel Heatter—M Lanny Ross—M -, Meet the Boss .£ Chicago Theatre of Air—M Korn's a Krackin'—M Larry Fotinc's Orch.—M Mutual Reports the News Sign Off Pennsylvania, which played ,, t - v - , ..,,= ,,.., en home gjunes. had the highest to- all of them. The Tigers, a team of ithout individual stars played seven out-of-state opponents this year and has shut out '±_ - - •- • - . ~. ~. v . . t, .11^,11^-. OL tal attendance — 469,000. Michigan which attracted 48,057 ' five home dates, had the best average. The biggest crowd of the year sat in on the Army-Navy classic at Philadelphia. These 102,581 persons Takeoff of to j was . delayed bv rain at Abilene this Ouachila's squad is due the Cowboys' plane until this ' afternoon morning. from Ar knclelphia tomorrow mornin FOR SALE Surfaced Oak Lumber — $40.00 per Thousand GENERAL BOX COMPANY PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS LET FOY DO iT • Level yarda • Dig Post Holes * Plow Gardens » Cut Vacant Lots o Also custom work. MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St. he meant a great showdown, pre ferably political. although you never can tell when it might boil over, between Kremlin Commu msm and the American way in the countries on the hither side of the iron curtain. "1 was arguing," he said, "for labor lo step up to its responsibili lies and use its influence and its weight on the side of the clemoera cies. At this time it i.s in a strong position lo do it because those labor government;; come from the same kind of environment of labor people (as our unioneers) and I thought the place to say it was belore a labor group." 1 told him our unioneers were not fit representatives of this coun try abroad because they had abso utely no respect for the inherent ! human rights and constitutional | liberties of our people. Grafters, ..sluggers, dictators, gangsters. And jl said he certainly ought to know •that their union constitutions were violent affronts to the very concept of American government 'which he wa.s calling on Uiwn to sell liiese ' counted on Navy's home attend- ' able, ance since the Middies were hosts ' , to the game. j Many schools set new all time I records as did the entire Big Seven conference. In this ease the con- ierence total was n new high nnd the average for crowds for each school were new highs. Plentv of choice seats in (lie 34 000 seat stadiuh still are avail- a.nd tickets for boxes and reserve seats as well as for "e>i- eral admission sections will bo" sale at the gate tomorrow. on CHR6STMAS TREES Select Yours Early Monts Seed Store REFRIGERATORS and Used * See us for New Refrigerators. « Sec us for Refrigerator Service, any make or model. A complete refrigerator service department. (We know How) « Refriyerator Headquarters New and Used. McPherson Appliance Co. Your Frlgidalre Dealers 222 East 3rd St. Phone 81 "Maybe that's true," Mr. Doug fas said. Bui he said he hadn't studied their constitutions any way. lie couldn't very well gu info thai because "wo yet this .stuff be lore us all tin.' time—internal union j rows and rows between individual •' identical i nombers." "Well." T said, "maybe you .stintiMif I have mentioned'it in 'the nrs! place." •'Miivbe that'.-- true." be said. "Hut I'm not iii-thodox. 1 pay ih>> same laxes as anyone else and n doesn't inierioiv with my work, nl course-•''. Sentence seems to be- New York, Dec. 1G —r/P> — p os - ky persistence paid off for ](]•>. pound Lee Nailoy of Vanderbilt a~s he led the major college footballers in punt returns in 1948 Nallev finished third last year and still has another year to' "o During the past season he lugged back 43 enemy punts for 71)1 yards or an average of 1U.4 yards per try in breaking two records held by bill Geyer of Colgate since q941 ' (..ever s high season mark of lilG yards was surpassed, as wash two-yi-.-sr total of l.OOil "ards on runbackj. In two vpars' Nallev returned 77 for 1.1U7 yards Billy Gregus gave'Wake F is G'l has lts second national champion of the >>•"!'• Gi-c-gus edged John Freeman ol Portland university lo win kick- ofl-ivtuni laurels with 503 yards in U trie;;. Freeman's y.-irdaL'j but he required "21 m , er Wa,a> 1'orest topnotch- Johnny "Hed" O'lnii.in. the nation's pass reci^-v- untinislu'd lu-re. Something about lux right to have his say.' What do yon make of such a fel li'V. '.' lie dou.Mi't study their con stitutions. which are notorious like UH-ir conduct, and lie couldnt' dis t'li.-..-. tin-in anyhow because some cnnie up calling for his Bowl-bound Oklahoma ! if jSouners presented a potent one-two i punch in (he safety depnrtim-nt ' Jack Mitchell Abilene, Tex., Dec. 16 1/1V— Hardin-Simmons university, the- bowl| ingest team in the country, plays its tenth football game of the season—beg pardon, post-season—Saturday, and don't be surprised if it ends up 97 to 97 or it might be a 101-101 tic. Anybody can score on Hardin- Simmons but not everybody can outscore it. The Cowboys h;.vc played one "owl game, balding College of the Pacific to a 35-35 deadlock in the Grape Bowl at Lodi. Calif. Saturday Hardin-Simrnons meets Ouachila at Little Rock in the Shrine bowl. Ouachita is hereby warned that it mustn't concern i{•-elf with a little thing like a first down—il must shoot for a toueh- duwii every time it has the ball. Dec. 30 Hardin-Siminons winds up the bowl campaign by playing Wichita in the Camellia Bowl at La Fay elk- La. Hardin-Simnions has won four, lost two and tied th'ree this campaign, scoring 2-19 points to llio fur the oppsition. The j'.ajiK-s il lost were pn.-tiy wild affairs too. Ari/.ona beat the Cowboys. 20-H. Texas Tech licked Hiirdin-Simmons 2JJ-20. Take thu.se other a truce from the first day of its being. Most owners in the national have opposed it in the belief that the established circuit could outlast the newcomer A writer for a New York newspaper, Joe King, predicted yesterday that the All-Americ Conference- would fold up, and that the cham- nion Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers would enter the national loop. However, Admiral Jons Ingram commissioner of the All- America, said the owners will eo into today's session with a bettor outlook than they bad at a ramp-arable time a year ago. Inyrani said be also anticipated peace with the National League within 30 days. "I'm in favor of two eight-team [leagues with one team irum Cm- jCago in each." Whether there's a truce or not it is known that the conference magnates will discuss other economies in their meetings. One suggestion to be considered would cut tin; player rosier from Top Central Standard Time New York, Dec. 17 —Wj— Listen ing tonight: NBC—7 Lavalle Band ;7:30 Jim my Durante 8:30 Red Skelton; B Life of Riley. CBS—0:30 Club Crosby; 7'30 R *' and Jane Ace; 8 Gene Kelley in I "The Gentle People" 9 Dennis] O'Keefe in "Cat and the Mouse." ABC—7 The Fat Man 7:30 This is BI ;f! Break the Bank Quiz; ! 9 Fight Sandy Saddler vs Terry i Young. " , : MBS—7 Henry Fonda in "Young : Mr. Lincoln" 8:30 Yours for a; Song. ,lanc Froman; 9 Meet The I Press, Sen. Flanders of Vt. j Saturday Programs- '• NBC— 9:30 a. m. Archie \i : drew;; Skit. v ; , CBS— !)::«) a. m. Romance i Dr; ABC—10 tello. 'MBS—11 ride. county fair. Abbott and Cosa. m. Smoky Ml. Hay-.' s ' . -.«..» jj . ^ 1 | .3 , JJlcJ V 1_J U I i t either 30or28 J holders for the le Another would increase the number of games to be played. Each club now plays 14 games. A 17- gnmo program has ben suggested which would include mid-" week dates. The moguls also will study i'^j television problem during ' their tour day stay. No meetings are slated for Sunday when the Browns unbeaten western Division champions, play Buffalo, Eastern title- cague title. Movie Producer games: The was riinnerup lo N a i' vards 'on ey^ w filo yards on 22 u-turns vmd tcamjiiate Darrcll Rovii ranked 1 HI, wilb 2T2 nine tries. iVlitclU'll just missed two records distinctions. His yardage was tin'- fourth hi-iiL-si in' National Collegiate Athletic bureau history and ",>•>!!. unprejudiced judgment. But : v.'ould have wuii first for him in a ciosiny his mind lu lru:ir rupulu i normal sea^un. lie also bettered tK'iis lie van go before their conSt'-e- all-time average per runb'ic-k vemion as a justice, nevertheless, jt'i.uure of 23.2 set by Jim Spavital of cojure them to extend to an Oklahoma A & M last and other continent the same corrun lion that lias polluted all that they have touched in their own United States uf A. -- —• year, with a .id.-: average. However Jack Suns of Baylor averaged 24 yards on his 15 runbaeks to grab the honor. Cowboys started out rather mildly by scoring only one touchdown as ! they stalcmaied with Cincinnati 7- j 7. Then came Arizona. Next Hard- ' ill-Simmons heal Mow Mexico 28- I ' y in ^ glittering "defensive" : duel. And llardin- Simmons and : Texas Alines played to a 27-27 tie. i Oklahoma Cily university wa~ out- i scored 34-21. Hardin- Simmons only had to Jiiake three touchdowns- to whip West Texas state, winch got only one. The next week Arizona State ol Tempo rolled up 25 points, wnich would seem enough to WMI m an average game. But Hurdin- b.'rnmons got 63. And ihen there were Texas Tech and College of the Pacific- HORIZONTAL 1,4 Pictured film producer 10 Demigod 11 Wakened 13 Female deer 14 Keep 1C Meadow 18 Italian river 20 Vend 21 Strike with open hand 22 French river 24 Robbed 25 Small finch- 2G Salamanders 27 Alleged force 2t! Hebrew deity 29 Fence steps 32 Puff up 36 Peeled 37 Swift 38 War gon 39 Tracts of land 43 Was borne 44 Number 45 Small horses 47 Lair 48 Quiet 50 Garments 52 He has begun a successful 53 Split pulse VERTICAL 1 Sharper 2 Comparative suffix 3 Neither 4 Partner 5 Russian C Irritate 7 Operate 8 While 9 Color 10 Steed 12 Distributed 13 Platform river to rrevlnun Puzzle X e b T L. ef i W U tl E£ f P 1 e A N R f\ N. T 0 a U N t=- R E 1 D Is" N /t H k£ A S t£ V M|O A C t N ts. 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