Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 8, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGEFOtJK Porkers Prepare oforS.MJU.Game Finding Replacement for Kay Eakin Is Worry to Thomsen FAYKTTEVILLE, Ark—Driven indoors by cold weather, the University trf Arkansas Razorbacks opened drills for their game with Southern Methodist University in Dallas Saturday with a limbering-up in the field house Monday. The squad also viewed movies of their game with Rice here Saturday. "Too much o£ the time one key man | was missing his fcssSgnment on running plays." Coach Fred Thomsen cdnVnient- ed, "that's what we've got to iron out this week." Abo a report was heard from Scout Gene Lambert who saw the Methodists upset the favored Texas Aggies with a last-quarter drive, 10 to 7, Saturday. The Aggies beat Arkansas, 13 to 7, in the closing seconds of a game two weeks ago. With Halfback Kay Eakln out for the season. Thomson's big worry this week is to find a replacement. The leading candidate is Gloyd Lyons, but Sophomore A. E. Mitchell will be tested and Joe Scalet. another sophomore who has seen considerable action in the blocking role, may get a chance. Thirteen millionaires die in England anually. according to statistics. , ARKANSAS .no dusf no ashes With the New Sunflonu OH.Bwnmg Heater No longer is it necessary to put up with an old wood or coal stove with its dirty fuel, its smoke, dust and ashes. A Sun Flame Oil Burnig Heater requires practically no attention. It provides absolute freedom from smoke and soot, and eliminates entirely hauling of ashes. Dependable Heat at Low Cost. See Our SUN FLAME Display. Models for Every Purpose. / Radiating Heaters—Small Room Heaters AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 112 So. Main Hope, Ark. 22 College Teams Unbeaten, Untied PittsbiU-ghVDefeat Is the Most Noted Victim Over Week-End NEW YORK.-t/PJ-Saturday's football games not only sWashed reputations but it sheared the Associated Press list of unbeaten and untied football teams from 30 to 22 with Pittsburgh, smashed by Carnegie Tech, the most noted victim. Of the teams that escaped the upheaval Duke remains the only undefeated, untied and unscored-upon eleven. They didn't play. Next to Pitt, California was the ranking victim of the day's events. The Bears went down before Southern California and were joined by another coast college, Fresno State, which lost to the College of the Pacific Friday. The list continued to show a preponderance of small colleges with eight big ones still included. They art Dartmouth, Texas Christian, Duke, Tennessee, Notre Dame, Georgetown, Oklahoma and Sarjta Clara. The list of undefeated, untied teams as compiled by the Associated Press: Tetfiri W. P. Op. San Jose (Cal.) State 8 2-19 Central (Mich) Teachers 7 269 West Tennessee Teachers 7 243 Maryville (Mo.) Teachers.... 7 231 Texas Tech 7 229 Western Reserve 7 219 Hills dale (Mich.) 7 191 Young Bussey Is Back on Louisiana Team BATON ROUGE, i^.-m—Young Bussey, halfback recently dropped from the Louisiana State University football team for violation of training rules, has been reinstated, Coach Ber- nio Moore announced Monday. Bussey, Louisiana State's regular halfback at the time he was dropped from the squad, was to report for practice this afternoon. "In my opinion," Conch Moore said, "Young Bussey has sufficiently apologized to the university for-his lack of co-operation and has thoroughly adjusted himself. I feel that he merits another chance." Texas Christian 7 177 Wahpeton (N. D.) Science.... 7 177 Tennessee 7 169 Lake Forest (111.) 7 146 Iowa State 7 112 Dartmouth 7 234 Georgetown _ 6 157 Notre Dame 6 121 Oklahoma g 107 Mansfield (Pa.) Teachers 6 99 Western Washington 6 91 Duke ..._ ;. '6 79 Worcester ..' 6 G6 St. Anselm's _ 5 134 Santa Clara _ 5 84 i^v • ^ -.,...... i i Passes Mark Set by Bill DeCorrevon Tennessee Player Gives the Credit to His Interference Seabiscuit Not to Race Until February BALTIMORE^—(/P)Seabiscuit, undisputed turf champion, may not race again until he enters the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap in February. Charles S. Howard, owner of the champion, said Monday the Biscuit,, withdrawn from the Riggs handicap Saturday for a rest, is in need of a lay-off. 1938 PENNEY'S YEAR! IS HERE! LARGE SELECTION'! Ladies Plain Tailored and Fur Trimmed Keep Warm, Stylish and Comfortable with these in pT£ a A r oy e x£ ENNEY Q UAL ITY COLD WEATHER BARGAINS. COMPARE! Rich Furs—Fine Fabrics—Compare! S14J5 100 Smart New GLEN-ROW FROCKS 12 to 46 Silks, Woolens Novelties $fl|.98 Yard More Arrived For Cold Weather CHILDREN'S COATS Sizes Up to 16 S4.98 mmam The Very Thing for Cold Weather All Wool Filled COMFORTS Celanese $J-9' Covered *§ e, SPECIAL-For Cold WeatJ™" Part Wool DouMc J'Jaid Blankets $168 SPECIAL-IOO Only, 60x70 Single Blankets ca Ladies Smart Sport COATS $990 70x80 All Wool Double Blankets $7.50 Boys' Sanforized Shrunk BOOT PANTS $1. CHILDREN'S 2 to l(i WINTER UNIONS 49c Ladies Outing Flannel GOWNS 49o Men's Smart New Wool Slack Socks 72x81—Double 50% WOOL Blankets $4.98 Men's 14 Ib. Winter UNIONS 79c Ladies All Rubber Galoshes pr MEN'S Heavy Outing Flannel Pajamas MEN'S ALL WOOL MACKINAW COATS 36 to 42 Each .90 MEN'S Black or Brown LEATHER JACKETS 36 to 46 Talon Fastener Compare! $Tf.90 Each I- SPECIAL— MEN'S SMART OVERCOATS ALL WOOL Belted Models MEN'S Heavy Suede Overshirts For Work or Hunting Compare! KINGSPORT, Tcmi.-(/P)—This business of scoring touchdowns is a simple matter for Bibby Cifers, Kingsport high's point-milking madhine "if you stay with your interference and it is goodsenough." Bobby, 183-pound halfback, has scored 213 points in nine games, surpassing the 211-point toUil amassed last fall by Bill De Corrovon, the Chicago sensation. Cifers still has two more games to ,43lay. But the headlines haven't turned the head of the junior star. He gics his lane and blocking backs the credit for his feat of averaging almost four touchdowns a game against strong rivals jn four states. "Why, without the boys to make the holes and clear the way, I wouldn't be able to get to first base," Cifers explains. "All I have to do is run. "You know a runner, must get through the line before he can go anywhere. We have a fine line, this year. They all block good and blocking in my opinion is the most important thing to any back. "1C yo ustay with your interference and it is good enough there's nothing to keep you from going places." Bobby, only another adequate back last year, .gives Rudy Rohrdanz, fullback on the 1935 Alabama Rose Bowl team and now a coach here, credit for any improvement in his running. He says that Rohrdanz -taught him a "stagger step." "I don't know just how to explain it, ' Cifers says, "but you're supposed to throw your hips one way and your body another." Cifers' scoring record ranges from no points in his team's scoreless deadlock with Chattanooga Scntral high to six touchdowns and three points after Jacksonville, Fla., high. Cifers, in addition to rolling up an overage of more than 200 yards a game on running plays, does his team's passing and kicking. Since he still has another year of high school play left Cifers hasn't indicated where he might attend college but friends say right now he leans toward University of Tennessee where a brother, Ed, is a sophomore end. Near Riot Occurs as •Carnegie Tech Celebrates PITTSB.URGH.- W ,_ Ju bilant Carnegie Tech students carted off a goal post from Pitt stadium early Monday then trooped to the Carnegie campus lor a belated celebration of Saturday's 20 to 10 upset victory over the Panthers' football team. In front of Scobell hall, a dormitory where many of the football players live, 200 collegians knocked out windows, suspended a straw-filled figure from the goal posts and burned it in effigy. On it was inscribed the score of the game and the words' "Pitt" "Jock," "Getchell." Police quickly quenched the blaze. The students, many clad in pajamas, went off to bed after Dr. Beryl Warden, dean of men, interceded. Legal Notice ACROSS STREET FROM POSTOFFICE -1 WHERE HOPE SHOPS AND SAVES 1 NOTICE OF REVISION OR ASSESSMENTS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Assessors of Street Improvement District No. 3 of Hope, Arkansas, will meet at the office of L. Carter Johnson, second floor of the Arkansas Bank & Trust Cc/nYpany Building in the City of Hope, Arkansas, at 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, November 15th, 1938, for the purpose of revising and readjusting the assessments of benefits against the real property in said district. Any person desiring any revision or readjustment of his assessments, or any change in values, for improvements erected or removed, or any whatsoever, may appear before the Board and make application therefor and same will be considered. This 5th day of November, 1938 POLK SINGLETON, EUGENE WHITE, CARTER JOHNSON, Board of Assessors. Nov. 5-8-10. WE ARE PREPARED To Do All Kinds of Cold Storage and Meat Curing COMMUNITY I0E & PRODUCE CO. Phone 350 for Particulars ^imiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: |Use Mont's-Sugar-Curel E When Butcheing Pork and Beef S _ Electrically Mixed 5 S Printed Instructions Furnished 5 With Each Purchase i For Sale by 5 = MONTS SEED STORE, Hope, i =A. J. Ward, Rosstun, 5 —J. F. Wiggins, BuvkiiKt. S ST. O. Marlur Store, WiliisviiJe. = Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimnnl Fred Haney Named as BrownManager Is Given One-Year Contract—Succeeds Gabby Street 'ST. LOUIS.-<a>)_Frcd Hancy, pilot of the Toledo Mudhcns of the Aineri- can Association the past four years and a former major league player, was named manager Monday of the St Louis Browns for the 1939 season Hancy, who played infield with the Detroit Tigers and was a member of/ the St. Louis Cardinals in 1929, signed " one-year contract. . He succeeds Charles (Gabby) Street, dismissed the last week of the 1938 season. The Browns finished the season in seventh place, Haney, 40, was among a score of persons considered for the post, including Babe Ruth. In 1937, Haney's Toledo club finished second in the American Association nice, but this year the Mudhens dropped tq fifth. The Toledo club, however, offered to renew Haney's contract. Haney,' it wa slcarncd, declined offers to serve as coach of the Detroit iiticl Cleveland clubs of the American League. During his playing days, he was a third baseman. With Haney it is "the little things" that count. So his first stab at build- , November 8, 10S8 ihg up one <jf tho .weakest teams in the American League will be to prevent the "little mistakes from which big blunders are made"—like the costly bobbles which have cropped out like rash so frequently in Brownie teams of recent years. So They Say Does Bladder Irritation Wake You Its not normal Its natures warning "DANGER AHEAD." Make this 25c test. Use buchu leaves, juniper oil and 6 other 'drugs made into green tables. Help the kidneys flush out excess acids and other wastes which can cause the irritation resulting in getting up nights, frequent or scanty flow, burning or backache. Ask any druggist for Bukets. Your 25c back if not pleased in 4 days. Locally at Briant's Drug Store and John S. Gibson Drug Company'. A white man dropped the bottle from an airplane and it fell into my pocket.—Mollle John, an Indian, pleading guilty to a charge of possession of liquor in Williams Lake, B. C. She was the devil and I had to drive her spirit from the housa.—Wilfred Pichctte, Hotighton, Mich., confessing the murder of a family maid. Our students are the kind who go to college. There is a difference between those who go and those who are sent—Daniel L. Marsh, president of Boston University. They could not even get a war in Europe. There are a lot of people who have been to war.—Henry Ford. Apart from one or two jobs which the church has to offer, the rest arc sissy jobs. Men are not Interested.— Report of the Committee on Episcopal Church Extension, Ammonia gas once was known as hartshorn, because it Was made from the horns of Ibhe hart deer. REST AND RELAX Enjoy n good game-of Billiards with your friends. CtUNER'S BILLARD and DOMINO PARLOR Next door to New Theater 1 i SEE THE 1939 PONTIACS FHA 5% Loans New mid existing property. Real Estate Mort. Loan Service Pink Taylor, Agent; 309 First Na- tloiial Bank Building. Phone GSG. GAS RANGES-HEATERS FLOOR FURNACES Automatic Water Heaters Butane Gas Systems EASY TERMS Harry W. Shiver Plumbing—Electrical Phone 259 ALL THESE plus LOWER 1 AMERICA'! FINEST LOW-PRICED CAR A GENERAL MOTOR! VALU* HEHPSTEAD MOTOR CO. East Third St. (MAX COX, Owner) Hope, Ark. i THOUSANDS OF CANDIDATES FOR THOUSANDS OF OFFICES-WHO WILL BE THE WINNER?? Minutes after the polls close on November 8 a staff of 50,000 Associated Press election experts will begm reporting the results for this newspaper and 1,400 other AP members. From Vermont to Flonda, from New Jersey to California, they will count the returns and rush the information to waiting front pages, providing readers with accurate and speedv returns on the balloting for 32 governors, 37 United States Senators, 435 Congres'meT as well as countless other state, county and municipal officials. °ngressmen, as ^complete returns will be available to all readers weeks before the official counts are com- t HOW ,. IT SUCH RAPID returns ,„ the nearest tabulating bureau. There, experienced editor* check the tt a, w he nToffi' ,*« d l! mi "" Ve St0r>r ° Vet APs 28 5.»00-mile tarred wire network in o the offices of all member newspapers. The returns also will speed into AP's huge Washington bureau where a staff of political ex. perts will evaluate the returns and explain their significance. P Thus, may readers know who was elected and why. The Associated Press is the only news organization in the United States that eathers tab ulates, and transmits the complete story of any nation-wide election: § Fpj- the complete story of the election read the November 9 editions of this newspaper. ^^^^™^^^^MP ^^mi^^ ^^^^^a^^ ^niut^ Star

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