Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 29, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX l&treDatoe Again GivenTop Berth TCU Ranks Second, Duke Climbs Up to Third Place NEW YORK.—(#>— ou can't beat the Irish. Notre Dame didn't play Saturday but for the third, straight week Elmer Layden's greatest eleven tops the Associated Press football poll. Of the 90 writers participating in the final selection. 48 chose Notre Dame as the nation's best team and the men from South Bend rolled up a total of 823 points. This was enough to beat out Texas Christian and Duke, two elevens that peformed admirably in Saturday's battles. The Horned Frogs, who downed Southern Methodist in their final and won the Southwest Conference title, wound up second with 23 first place j votes and 782 points. Duke ended its' unbeaten, untied and unscored upon season by downing Pitt by a one touchdown margin, the most signal victory of a not-too-strenuous schedule. The Blue Devils had 15 first place votes and 733 points. The remainder of the first ten held fairly true to form. Tennessee held fourth place, Oklahoma rose from sixth to fifth and Carnegie stepped from seventh to sixth this week. Pitt fef to seventh from fifth position and Southern California and Holy Cross entered the first ten on significant walopings of UCLA and Boston College. Minnesota dropped from eighth to tenth. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Japanese Found Canton to Hot to Handle The .countryside is strewn with wrecked political machines, broken promises and defeated candidates going down for the third time. And thye call it playiny politics. Movie Scrapbook O'Brien Will Get Heisman Trophy TCU Quarterback Named Outstanding College Player in U. S. NEW YORK. - (/P) - Wee Davey O'Brien, Texas Christian's sensational quarterback, wins the Hoisman memorial trophy for 1938 a sthe outstand- ng ciollege football player of the United States, the Downtown Athletic Club of New York announced Monday. The trophy committee of the club said that with practically 90 per cent of the ballots In, O'Brien is Waking a runaway race of U. Marshall Goldberg, Pitt's great halfback, is second choice; Sidney Luckman, Columbia back, third; Vic Bottari, California halfback, fourth and Bob MacLeod of Dartmouth, another back, fifth. The winner is selected by the votes of sports writers on daily newspapers throughout the United States. The trophy perpeuates the memory of the late John W. Heisman, who was a top rank football conch for 36 years. At the time of his death he was director of athletics at the Downtown Ath- lectic Club. A lone sentry stands guard by Japanese flag as buildings burn to ground In Canton, gained city, but Chinese "scorched earth" policy ruined much war spoils. Conquerors Duke, Trojans Will Meet in Rose Bowl Coach Meyer of TCU Is Deeply Disappointed Over Selection NN OOP£Y" COUUN6 ACTOR NOW A By BILL PORTER and GEORGE SCARBO Eddie Collins modeled for "Dopey" at Disney Studio for over i. year . was discovered in burlesque in Los Angeles . . . born in Jersey City, N. J. . . . graduated from busintss college . . . worked as bookkeeper for five years . . . came to Hollywood to appear in "Jiggs" comedies, but flopped . . . joined burlesque troupe . . . worked witlj them in Los Angeles for six years . . . most recent picture was "Down on the Farm" . . . breeds prize poultry . . . married to Florence Wil- LOS ANGELES—{/PJ—Duke Monday night was invited to play the University of Southern California in the Rose Bowl football classic January 2. The invitation was accepted. Director of Athletics Willis O. Hunter of USC made the formal announcement. Earlier Monday the Trojans had been selected by the Pacific Coast Conference to represent the Far West in the traditional battle. The sudden announcement broke all recent records in deciding on the Rose Bowl candidates, and brings together two of the finest teams of their respective sections of the nation. It will be the first trip of Duke to the Rose Bowl, but the fourth time the Blue Devils' coach, Wallace Wade, has come to the Pasadena game. .Wade, as in the case of Coach Howard Jones of USC, has an unbeaten record in the big bowl. He brought Alabama out in 1926 and won over Washington, 20-19; came with Alabama in 1927 and tied Stanford, and in 1931 , he kuided Alabama to a 24 to 0 victory , over Washington State. Sentiment was high in Los Angeles for Texas Christian or Tennessee to j get the bid, and the selection failed by 1 a good deal to meet universal approv- • al. I An informal convass of downtown i hotel men brought unreserved sentiment for Texas Christian. The annual "post card poll" conducted by Bill Henry. Los Angeles sports editnr, found the vote standing as follows: Tennessee 904; Texas Christian 855 and Duke 811, Oklahoma 798; and Car- ngie Tech 367, to make the leaders. Popularity of the North Dukes gaind momentum My first good night's sleep since June.—Thomas E. Dcwcy, the morning after the election. (Sonic Lucky Doll Will Get This Wardrobe Smoke billowed from Canton as Japanese captured strategic south China city. Invaders claimed Chinese fired city. maneuvers of Texas Christian held the public's interest up to Monday night's announcement. mot, former actress two children: Edward, 16, and Margaret, 15 small ranch at Arcadia, Calif. . has and another Canada ing and hunting. home at Belville, Ontario, . spends his vacations fish- Carolina over the week-end after the defeated Pittsburg 7 to 0, keeping intact r.n amazing record of never having been scored upon all season. Southern California's record falls them, 19sted8mentOneeETAOINSHRDL short of the Duke lads. Alabama pasted them, 19 to 7. in the opening game of the season, but the Trojans ctme back to win six straight games, including victories over Ohio, State and California, and then Washington won a 7-6 decision over the Trojan warhorse. With neither Duke nor USC geared Duke Officials Announce Acceptance of Rose Bowl Bid DURHAM, N. C.-(fP>— Duke Univer- sity'athletic officials announced Monday night they had accepted an invitation to play .Southern California in the Rose Bowl classic at Pasadena, Calif., on January 2. Coach Meyer Deeply Regrets Not Being Invited to Rose Bowl FORT WORTH, Texas—(/Pi— Coach Leo (Dutch) Meyer of Texas Christian University's undefeated, untied Horned Frogs expressed deep regret Monday night over his team not being invited to the Rose Bowl. "I am deeply sorry we couldn't go to the Rose Bowl," he said. "My boys wanted it so badly." The squad voted after the game with Southern Methodist Saturday when the Frogs clinched the Southwest Confer- i ence title, to go to the Rose Bowl in preference to other bowl games if invited. TCU played in the Sugar Bowl game at New Orleans in 1936 and in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas in 1937. Double Trouble FINE BLUFF, Ark.—Robert and Raymond Hutson, twin brothers of Don, Green Bay Packer end, are halfbacks on the local high school team. Must Have Something NE WYORK—Jim Crowley is expected to shift Len Eshmont to right half back on the Fordham varsity next year to make room for Jim Blumenstock, prize package of this year's freshman team. New Rivalry tor high scoring, the wild touchdown WEST POINT—The soccer game scheduled between Army and Navy this year WES the first in the sport ever held between the two. One in and One Out Elect EMBREE Your Next Mayor The voters will go to the polls Wednesday and elect J. A. Embree mayor of Hope: Because his record is clean and his word is good. Because he has no outside interests and will devote his entire time and attention to the duties of the office. Every citizen will be able to see him and talk with him at any time. Because he is a young man who is ambitious and capable and who will give Hope a progressive business administration. He has served the city faithfully and efficiently for fifteen years, and deserves the promotion he seeks. Let's give him a big majority Wednesday. Telephone 757 for transportation to polls. Paid for by the friends of J. A. Embree Paid Political Adv. B|y CAROL DAY Won't she be a lucky doll who finds all these beautiful new clothes under the Christmas tree? Just look—lingerie and nightie with tucks and lace and everything! Two smart daytime frocks, a suspender style and a one-piccer! The very stalest in dool hats, a close- fitting little cap. You can make some little girl so happy with this lavish, six-way gift. And the design, Pattern 8349, is just fun to work with. Make the bow- trimmed blouse and suspender- skirt first. ! ' Pattern 8349 is designed for 12, 14 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 inch dolls. A 14- inch doll requires '/4 yard of 35-inch material for undies; Vj for nightie; '/a for blouse; 1/6 for dirndl; '/4 for dress. Apiece 2'/i by 7 nches for cap; l'/i yards edgng for undies; % yard for nightie; 2 yards ribbon for suspender dress; % yard for one-piece dress; 1 yard for cap. The new Fall and Winter Pattern Book, 32 pages of attravtice designs for every size and every occasion, is now ready. Photographs show dresses made from these patterns being worn; a feature you will enjoy. Lte the charming designs in this new book help you in your- sewing. One pattern and the new Fall nad Winter Pattern Book—25 cents. Pattern or book alone—15 cents. For a Pattern of this attractive model send 15c in coin, your name, address, style number and size to Hope Star Today's Pattern Bureau, 211 W. Wack er Drive, Chicago, 111. Her pilots bail out in parachutes and climb back in with rope ladders, but a tiny plane seeking the endurance flight record above Rosamond Dry Lake near Lancaster, Calif., flies on. Here you see, in a stunt reminiscent of Hollywood's most daring efforts, Pilot Tommy Smith clambering from a speeding auto, up a rope ladder, and back into the plane from which he bailed out at 2000 feet four days ago when be became ill. Harley Long relieved Smith at toe controls when Smith bailed out, and Clyde Schljeper, who had been alternating with Long and Smith at the controls tor nearly a week, also bailed oul (feprtly before Smith re-boarded the plane. THE QUESTION IS NOT "CAN WE DO" BUT WILL WE DO I say that we "CAN REDUCE WATER AND LIGHT RATES" and not impose on any one—helping every citizen of Hope. I believe that we can do good in many other ways, and have one incumbent Alderman, who have made efforts to reduce light and water rates, and another running for election, who will sponsor such measures. Be careful in voting and consider each candidate'!) platform. 'I have been quite active in this campaign, and if elected, I shall continue to work with the council hi all we can do. Jimmy L. Anderson. Paid Political Adv. Tuesday. November 29,19BJ Descriptive List of Closed Bank Real Estate to Be Sold at AUCTION Wed. Dec. 7 -10 A.M. City Hall Item No. 1—Arkansas Bank & Trust Company Building, Southwest Corner Main and Second Streets' 2-story brick and stone bank and office building'With.completely equipped banking room, three vaults and lock boxes. Lot 25x115. BUSINESS and RESIDENTIAL Item No. 2—Store Building on South Laurel Street 1-story stucco store with water and lights. Lot 75x47. Item No. 3—308South Laurel Street 1-story frame residence, 4 rooms, bath, lights. Lot 75x47. Item No. 4—1110 West Avenue B 1-story frame residence, 6 rooms, garage. 6 lots, three 50x141 each, and three 50x130 each. Item No. 5—Bonner Street (Richardson House) 1-story frame residence, 5 rooms, bathroom equipped but not in operation, running water on porch. 6 lots, one 70x25, and five 50x142 each. Item No. 6—915 Foster Avenue 1-story frame residence, 5 rooms, bath, gas. Lot 50x142. ••" Item No. 7—518 West Fourth Street 1-story frame residence, 5 rooms, garage, bath, gas, lights. Lot 53x140. Item No. 8—522 West Fourth Street 1-story frame residence, 5 rooms, garage, bath, gas, lights, large screened rear porch. Lot 53x140. Item No. 9—312 South Walnut Street 1-story frame residence, 5 rooms, bath, gas, lights. Lot 50x142, , Item No. ] 0—316 South Walnut St. 1-story frame -residence, 5 rooms, bathroom equipped but not in operation, lights. Lot 50x142. Item No. 11—322 South Walnut St. 1-story frame residence, 7 rooms, bath, wired. Lot 50x142. Item No. 12—Jones Store, Patmos 1-story frame store building, well. Lot 4flxl20. Item No. 13—Stamps (South of Highway 82) 1-story frame residence, 4 rooms, water. Lot approximately 100x150. Item No. 14—Stamps (South of Highway 82) 1-story frame residence, 3 rooms., Lot approximately 50x150. VACANT LOTS Item No. ']5—Southwest Corner S. Walnut & E. 6th Ave. Lots 1 and 2 (100x150 each) and lot 3 (approximately 75x150) in Block 64, City of Hope. Item No. 16—Northeast Corner Foster Ave. & Oak St. Lots 1 and 2 (50x142 each) in Block 4, Foster's Addition. Item No. 17—Bonner Street' and Greening Street South Half Block 12 (G lots, 50x142 each), Brookwood Addition. Item No. 18—North Ferguson Street Lot 12 (50x125), Block C, Carrigan Addition. Item No. 19—Fulton Street Lots 7 to 12, inclusive (G lots, 50vl42 each, Block 7, Boswcll's Extension of Black's Addition. Item No. 20—Fulton Street Lots 7 to 12, inclusive (G lots, 50x142 each), Block 8, Boswcll's Extension of Black's Addition, Item No. 21—Fulton & Mack Streets and Spring Hill Road LoLs 1 to 6, inclusive (5 lots, 50x142 each; 1 lot, 58.9 front x 156.5 average depth), Block 10, Boswell's Extension of Black's Addition. Item No. 22—Mack, Fulton & Jones Streets and Spring Hill Road Lots 1 to 16, inclusive (12 lots, 50x142 each; 1 lot, 58.9 front x 112.5 average depth; 1 lot, 108.5 front x G8 average depth; 1 lot, 58.9 front x 114 average depth; 1 lot, 108.5 front x 74.5 average depth), Block 11, Boswell's Extension of Black's Addition. Item No. 23—Fulton, Jones and Ferguson Streets All of Block 12 (12 lots, 50x142 each), Boswell's Extension of Black's Addition. Item No. 24—Ferguson Street Lots 1 to G, inclusive (G lots, 50x142 each), Block 13, Boswell's Extension of Black's Addition. Item No. 25—C. H. Jones Lot, '/'i rnile Northwest of Hope Part SEi/i SW/4 29-12-24. 4.76 acres, more or !ess FARMS Item No. 26—Shepperson Farm—3 miles North of Columbus l-slory frame house, 5 rooms, well and cistern, 3 tenant Ijouses, 2 barns, on creek. In Sec. 32-10-26 and Sec. 5-11-26 and Sec. 8-11-26. 880 acres, more or less. Item No. 27—Ben Alford Farm—6 •miles Southwest of Hope 1-story frame house, 4 rooms, artesian well, barn, smokehouse, crib, on Bois d'Arc Creek. In Sec. 16-13-25. 200 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 28—Coffee Farm iy.> miles Southeast of DeAnn 1-story frame house (new), 3 rooms, screened poich, pump and well, barn, poultry house. In Sec. 26-11-24. 80 acres, in. o. 1. Item No. 29—Brint Farm—2 miles West uf Spring Hill 2 1-story frame houses, 4 rooms each, deej) well, smull 'barn, cow shed, smokehouse, on creek. In Sec. 27-13-25. 178 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 30—Coffee Farm- miles Northeast of DeAnn 2 1,-story frame houses, 4 rooms each, well, crib, on Spring Branch. In Sec. 1-11-24. 135 ncres, m. o. 1. Item No. 31—Coffee Farm—31/, miles Northwest of DeAnn 1-story frame house, 4 rooms, well, new barn, poultry house, hog house, power line on property. In Sec. 30-11-24. 109 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 32—Tomlin Farm—6'/j miles Northwest of Hope 1-story frame house, 5 rooms, good well, small barn, smokehouse, on Black Bois d'Arc Creek. In Sec. 22-12-25. 80 acres, in. o. 1. Item No. 33—McDonald Farm—3 miles Southwest of Hope (Nick Franks, tenant) 1-ptory log house, 3 room, shed, stock pond. In Sec. 12-13-25. 40 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 34—Boyce Farm—7 miles Northeast tof Hope 1-story frame house, 3 rooms, deep well, log barn. In Sec. 17-12-25. 160 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 35—Muldrow-Walker Farm —21/j miles Northeast of McNab New log house, 2 rooms, on good gravel road. In Sec. 21-12-26. 80 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 36—Ruben Hawkins Farm 1 mile North of Fulton 1-story 'frame house, 5 rooms, deep well, on Little Creek. In Sec. 9-13-26 mid Sec. 16-13-26 and Sec. 17-13-26. 160 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 37—Reno Prater Farm— 5 1 /.; miles Northeast of Patmos 1-story frame house. 4 rooms, well, smokehouse. In Sec. 6-14-23. 80 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 38—Manning Farm—3 miles West of Rosston 1-story frame house, 5 rooms, well, small barn, on creek, merchantable timber. In Sec. 13-13-22 and Sec. 24-13-22. Nevada County. 380 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 39—Clark Farm—3 miles West of Falcon 2-room house, well, barn, on creek. In Sec. 34-14-23. Nevada County. 120 acres, m. o. 1. TIMBER and UNIMPROVED LAND Item No. 40—Shop Mitchell Land— l|/> miles South of Columbus Merchantable timber. In Sec. 31-11-26. 40 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 41—Henry Thomason Land —3V-rmiles Northeast of McNab Merchantable timber. In Sec. 17-12-26. 40 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 42—Darnell Land—4 miles Southwest of Columbus Meich&ntublo timber. In Sec. 12-12-27. 151 ,acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 43—C. S. B riant Land—6 miles Southeast of Fulton Young timber. In Sec. 31-18-25. 120 acres, m. o. 1, Item No. 44—Betts Land—3 miles South of Columbus Merchantable timber. In Sec. 8-12-26. 160 . acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 45—Betts Land—3 miles Southwest of Patmos Merchantable timber. In Sec. 32-14-21 and Sec. 29-14-24. 120 acres, m. o. 1. Item No, 46—Boswell Land—9 miles Northwest of Hope Merchantable timber. In Sec. 18-12-25. 120 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 47—G. W. Jones Land—3 miles North of Patmos Merchantable timber. In Sec. 12-14-24. 80 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 48—Prather Land—2 miles East of Sardis Merchantable timber. In Sec. 7-14-23. 40 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 49—E. G. Brooks Land—1 mile Northeast of Washington In Sec. 22-11-25. 10 acres, in. o. 1. Item No. 50—'Betts Land—8 miles Southwest of Spring Hill Merchantable timber. In £cc. 4-15-2. r ) and Sec. 5-15-25 and Scc.O3-14-25. Lafayette and Hempstead CounlieJ. 824 acres, in. o. 1. Item No. 51—Betts Land—5 miles Southwest of Patmos Merchantable timbbr. In Sec. 5-15-24 and Sec. 6-15-24 and Sec. 8-15-24. Lafayette County. 760 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 52—Shewmake Land—1 Mile Northwest of Stamps In Sec. 6-16-23. Lafayette County. 40 acres, m. o. 1. Item No. 53—Hi/nes Land—5 miles Southeast, of Prescott Merchantable timber. In Sec. 2-12-22. Nevada County. 377 acres, m. o. 1. ..-'..'- MISCELLANEOUS Item No; .54—40 acres, m. o. 1., 4 miles East of Patmos In Sec. 21-14-23. Undivided \'.\ interest in mineral rights. Item No. 55—80 acres, m. o. 1., 1 mile Southeast of Columbus In Sec. 33-11-26. Undivided '/i interest in mineral rights. Item No. 56—120 acres, m. o. 1., 2 miles Northwest of Patmos In Sec. 16-14-24. Undivided Vi interest in mineral rights. G. S, Jernigan —• State Bank Commissioner, MURREY^ YOUNG CO, Selling Agent Terms 1 A Cash — Balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 6 % i *

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