STAE, HOPE, ARKANSAS WINNING PLAYS OF 1938 South's Power Is Well - Balanced as Eleven Schools Make Honor Team hard 1 de- Ala- truly By non WILSON N.EA Service Speclnl Correspondent A consensus gives no sciiool more than one player on the 1938 All-South 'football team . . . indicating the even distribution of strength. Personally, I'd Ijke to see two other Tennessee athletes on the first squad. ,'j/lt's n pity to have to relegate a guard like Bob Suffridge and i;n end of Bowden Wyntt's caliber to the second squad, but all seetions had to be hoard from, mid the accompanying three clubs are the, result of the final Imllot. Dixie's first-string 'All" backs nrc 'Vic . Bradford of . Alabama, Warren •Brunncr of Tulane, George Cafego of, Tennessee, nnd Parker Hall of Mis-i sissippi. They lire of good size, start •quickly, unil are fast, shjfly, drivers, and play excellent bal fensivcly. Bradford is the spu-rk of the bnmn outfit. Brunncr, Cafego, nnd Hall nrc great running backs. Brunncr is especially good at cutting buck over tackle. Hall is one of the finest passers in the country. ,Won Games By Their Iiuli- -viduul Brilliance Znfego mul Hall won games 'brilliance. Cafego's gaining against Aln, qualified him for any includiiiK All-America. Hall upset Louisiana State with long passes, and passed -successfully j against every opponent of Olc Mi'ss. Dixie's first "All" ends arc Kenneth Kiivaiiiuigh of Louisiana State uiul Goins of Clemson. Kuvanaugh. a six-foot-three, '203- j pound junior of Little Ruck, was a .unanimous choice. No aggregation took liberties ground the speedy 190 pound Coins' flank. Tackle posts i«o to Ed (Ty) Coon of North Carolina Stiile and Holdgraf of Vanclerbilt. Coon was the pace-setter of the .Wolfpnck forward wall. Alabama players Wuterlown, Conn., boy on his j play rgainst them. Holdgraf. a fast! chcj-gcr, was invaluable to the Commodores week in and week out. Coon and Holdgraf are fighters who can block and tackle. Milton Howell of Auburn and Steve Maronic of North Carolina draw the guard posts. Pillars on defense and big, agile chaps who can pull out of the line to run interference, they would be capable of making key blocks for any team in the country. They tackle hard and can play CO minutes if necessary. Maronic, the Tar Heels' co-captain, plays tackle. He is an expert place- kicker, having made 12 points in as many attempts tlijs season. Wade Culls Duke Center Host Player in South Wallace Wade, Duke's veteran coach, will tell you that Dan (Tiger) Hill, his center, and the backs, Bob O'Mara nnd Eric Tipton, can-led Duke University to its perfect season to date. Wade considers Hill the finest football player below the Mason-Dixon line. Coaches of both southern conferences recommend the 21-year-old snapper-back highly. Hill does it all. He even calls plays. O'Mara, the workhorse of the Duke bnckfjeld, is on the second team only Vic Bradford Alabama Quarterback Warren JSrunner Tulane Left Halfback Ken Kavanauffhi . Louisiana State '!, Left End I niillon IIowclI Auburn RifTht Guard 'arkcr Hal Mississippi Right Halfback In Dixie Land They Take Their Stand Position Km! Tackle Guard Center (iuard Tacklo Kml Ifcrk Muck First Team Kavannugh, Louisiana State Coon. North Carolina State Maronic, North Carolina Hill, Duke Howell, Auburn Holdgraf, Vanderbilt Gojns, Clemson Bradford, Alabama Brunncr, Tulane Hall, Mississippi Cafego, Tennessee Second Teum Wen/.el, Tulane Gatto, Louisiana State Burns, Auburn Kinkebein, Kentucky Suffridgo, Tennessee Davis, Alabama Wyatt, Tennessee Smith. Southwestern Bryant, Clemson Tipton, Duke O'Mara, Duke Third Team Craig, South Carolina Russell, Auburn Truiixo, Wake Forest Lumpkin, Georgia Kocsis, Florida Wood, Georgja Tech Franklin, Vrmdcrbilt Wood, Tennessee Booney, North Car. State Kcllcy, Auburn Holm, Alabama PorkerstoiBe in Shape for Tulsa Razorbacks Expect Win— Thomsen Says Team Is Tough FAYETTEVILLE-The University of Arkansas Razorbacks opened workouts Monday for. <vhat they hope will \K a winning climax to a losing season when they engage the Tulsa University Golden Hurricane at Tulsa Thursday.. Despite the Porkers' record o! two won and seven lost, the game will be witnessed by a capacity crowd. Thanks to their game last Wednesday with Mississippi University, both the team nnd Coach Fred C. Thomsen had a layoff ove rthe week-end, although Thomsen took advantage of the respite to scout the Golden Hurricane in its 39-14 loss to Detroit University. Thomsen's report was by no means aptimistic. Snys Tutsans Tough "We'll have a tough time beating them," he warned. "They've got a good ball le&m; In fact, they held the upper hand on Detroit until the final quarter when a blocked punt led to a touchdown. After that they seemed to fold up." Thomson divided drill between offense and defense. The varied offense of Coach Vic Hurt, described by Thomsen as mainly run from a "T" formation, is expected to give the Razorbacks plenty of trouble. Physically the Porkers will be in good shape for the Hurricane, with the exception of Kay E&kin, disabled in the Rice game by a broken collarbone. W. B. Owen and Estes McDoniel, out ior several weeks with injuries, may be able to see some action in the season's finale. Two Fayetteville boys, Othel Turner at tackle and Herbert Collins at halfback, will oppose the Razorbacks in the Tulsa line-up. because there are only four first-string back field positions 011 the first. Injuries were all that kept Tipton from winning a higher place. Giiylon Smith of Southwestern of Memphis perhaps is the equal of any of the first-stringers at everything except kicking. He js a driving back coming in at 215 pounds, and the na- tion's leading scorer. 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The Frogs, undefeated and untied thus far in a season in which they have not been forced yet to turn on the power to defeat any one of nine fair- to-strong opponents, are just not ready to talk about Rose Bowl, Cotton Bowl or any other bowl until they knock off their next opponent. Here, there and yonder you will find people who feel Southern Methodist, with a young but 1'ast-seasoning team, has a chance to do some knocking over of their own at Dallas Saturday afternoon when they meet the Frogs in the letter's last game of tlie regular season. The Methodists did not overwhelm Baylor at Waco last week as the Frogs did, earlier, but they showed a constantly-improving air attack that may keep them in the game all the way agtinst the Christians. Matty Eell" team defeated the Bruins and Bullet Bill Patterson 21-G, using quite a few reserves but also getting some nice breaks in the form of Baylor miscues near pay dirt. Elliott Roosevelt, son 'of the president, came into the Cotton Bowl picture unofficially Monday with a proposal, quickly accepted by the game's sponsors, to invite his father to what is now suggested as a double- barrel game, one Saturday December 31 and the other Monday, January 2. In the first, said J. Curtis Sanford, game director, he would like to 'see unbeaten Texas Tech representing the Southwest, and in the other, Texas Christic.n. Naturally, he said, announcing that Monday was the day ticketrsales-by-mail started, neither team has accepted nor is it final who the opponents might be if they did. Meanwhile, the Methodical Homed Frogs and their methodical coach, Leo Meyer, settled down for a good hard week of practice, planning to let themselves go against Southern Methodist. Real Sportsman MADISOfl, Wis.-Julius Heil, governor-elect of Wisconsin, backs the world chi.Vr4>ionship men's and women's tenpin bowling teams. DAME SHAKES LOUIS IOOSE ON OLD CUTBACK WAV WSIDG TACKLE '.for? 34 VAf?&S A/JO &/?ST OF CENTt-,1 .AND Ki&HT TACKLE TAKE Yerger Team Will Play on Thursday Will Meet Augusta Bearcats at 2:30 o'Clock on Yerger Field The Yerger negro High School football team will play the Augusta Bearcats Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ^t the Yerger field. The Bearcats were barely nosed out, 7 to G, by the Pine Bluff Lions, a team that defeated Hope last week, 25 to 18. The Yerger team is expected to be in good phj'sical condition. By ART KRENZ NEA Service Sports Writer Notre Dame shook Louis Zontini loose on an 84-yard run after sjx minutes of pity for the first of its three touchdowns against Minnesota at-Notre Dame". It was the old cutback play inside tackle. Steve Sitko, f quarterback, and Johnny Thesing, fullback, went ahead .of Zontini through the hole ripped,.in the Minnesota right side. Sitko took out the right backer-up, and Thesing looked after Wilbur Moore, the right secondary. Ed Longhi, center, bumped Horace Bell, Minnesota's left guard. Paul Kell, right tackle, checked Win Pederson, the Gophers' left tackle. They then .went downfield as a team to take Harold Van Every, the safety man. By the time Van Every finished sparring with Longhi and Kell, there was no chance of his overtaking Zontini. Fistic Famine N-EW YORK.—Gtily 20 fight clubs are promoting boxing in the state of New ork. Most of them are operating in the New York City area. Irish Go Colovful SOUTH BEND.—Notre Dame's basketball floor has been refinished in col- os this yrea. The playing surface-is bright yellow. To The Citizens Voters Of The City Of Hope, Arkansas Since announcing my candidacy for the office of Mayor, I have had serious illness in my family, which has kept me from making a personal house-to-house campaign, and explaining to each and every voter the importance of carefully selecting the next Mayor of our City. Therefore, I take this opportunity to state my position on the more important matters involved. As your Mayor I shall endeavor to see that the City co-operates and does its part to secure work projects and W.P.A. funds for the City. We need more highways in Hope and its trade territory; and as your Mayor I shall use my best efforts to secure more and better highways for Hope and its trade territory. I shall oppose any and every move, or attempted move, to SELL, LEASE, OR OTHERWISE DISPOSE OF OUR MUNICIPAL WATER AND LIGHT PLANT. Every patriotic citizen of Hope should have this same attitude toward our water and light plant. I have made no promises to anyone about any appointment or recommendation as to any job, position or office, and will not do so until after I am elected, As your Mayor I will bring to the office the experience I have gained, and will devote the proper time and energy to the duties of the office to make Hope the finest and best City of Southwest Arkansas. I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support w. s. ATKINS Candidate for Mayor -Paid Political Advertisement.
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