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MOP! STAR, H0*t, ARKANSAS ttiday, January IS, 1$S4 _ ASSIFIED Before Publication . .00 ntif'Jo iJO 4-60 •*•«-» -w 1,80 1.00 0.00 nr »:s&' 10.50 2.40 4.00~11«0 190 4.55 13.50 1.00 16.00 UNFURNISHED tlVe foolfl hflttse. One-hall block from business district. No children. Phone 7-3062 Mt UNFUftKlSHfiD newljr decorated ' apartment, Fouf rooms and bath. Near town. 216 Soiith Hervey. No children. T. S. McDaVitt. Phone 17-tf SIFIED DISPLAY " e - " 7B<J 60c per inch Wte »er lacH fee con* tion*.- Irfeoular or «k(p- ~;tqk» the, one-day rdt». itslfled advertising copy ed (mill S p.m. for 8 ROOM house. Bath hot and cold water. Furnished 3 room house. Unfurnished 4 room house near Schoolcy's Store. 12-3t ... r««rve the rlulit to 'till adveril»emertt« of- ffr publication anil to fitect Honobl* adverlltlno tub_., , „ 'on« "W fi»r« 1«ter§, r-of Jflourof *ueh oil houiM "' »,numbr» count ,o« on* i}Stdf will'not b* raspoiv rtvrt In Want Ad* unfes* _. _ 'colltd • re outr attention FIRST''InMrtlon <* ad and "' Y; .H» ONE Incorrect NE J 7-3431 S»iop« [1899; Pre«« 1927 "January 'IS/ 1929 afternoon' by BUSHING CO. , f Vl .itatr, Prsildent , j oshbijrn; Secy-Tr«tJ '., r Butlding Walnut St«»t, BOLKY'S Court, a» new "safct" Two people $3.00 Four people $5.00. Panelray heat, Innerspring, and foam pillows. Jan. 1-lMo. UNFURNISH1ED 2 roomed apartment. Close-In. With private bath. Phone 7-2205. 0-tf FURNISHED 4 room house. $25.00 month. Located in Hope. Write Box 50, Murfreesboro, Arkansas. 12-3t FIVE room-house. Mrs.'. Howard Byers or Byers Drug Store. 13-6t NEWLY decorated ,6 room house. Garage. Connection for automatic washer. Phone 7-2894. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks. 13-3t FURNISHED 4 room apartment. One block from town. Mrs, W. M, Ramsey. Phone 7-3329. 15-3t Wanted to Buy HENS. We pay market price HOLLY GROCERY MARKET ' 802 ,W. 3rd. Phone 7-9903 8-Bt dihburn, Editor & Publisher l;L-Jone«,.Monoglna Editor Hotmor, Mech. Suph Adt-orfiiing Manager (Oi'iMcond clou matter at 'u( nope, Arkansas, n -->. of.'March 3, 1897. 'o*«ho Audit Bureau of - Cirtulatloni . , ' - ijlort ' Rbtas , (payable In ad•"««£ *.•&,<", *' f , In' Hop* "and ^l ~ ' 1 [award, « and . Miller coun- ........ .85 1.60 ........... >»•• 2.60 ..:... 4.50 ' »» '• " v 1 10 .'".'" 3.25 ........... .....'...„... , 6.50 .'."' 1 3.00 vertWng Representatives: iylnc,; 1602 StorlcK 2. -iTenn., 505 Texoi Dpllo» k 2/Texas; 360 N. I, III,; 60 E. ......... , N, Y.; 1763 '»BWg,, /Detroit 2, Mich.,' 'Blo>,;, Oklphoma City 2, f'the Associated Press; 1 .Press l» entitled *x" via tor republicat/on ,„„,„,„., news printed In thl« jf/'/ai'wcll os all AP news l? '" 3 "'*, ' SL*,*"•<;«,. £"-" \, ' , >. Ps .-.The Line A>'r 1954.' new. |reet Tailor Shop For Sale FIREWOOD for sale. Green mixed hardwood. Mostly oak. Phone 7-2345. 9-6t WELL .cured Bermuda-Dallas grass hay. Heavy bales 60 cents. No Checks. L. L. Gordon's Farm at Sandy Boisd' Arc Creek, Hope On Columbus Road. 12-6t JUST received car load stock salt, $1,15 per 100 Ibs. Phone 7-2547 Hope Feed -Company. ' 12-flt LATE model ford tractor and equipment. Good Condition. Reasonable. Elmer R. May. Phone Texas Eastern, Bodcaw. 14-3t Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers ior all size farms. Need replacements for 15 sales. FBSK Action. United , 'Agency. l6i East Front Phone 7-3760. Jan. 1-lmo. Real Estate for Sale Announcements the Star is authored t6 an- fiotmiie that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Demo* eralic primary elections. Pot* Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDGD1LL For Cdunty Clftrk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON Legal Notice NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that I, Myrtle Cook, Sheriff of Hempstead County, Arkansas, \Vill offer for sale at public auction the following described real property lying in Hempstead -County Arkansas towit: ' All of fractional Block 3 in Giles Addition to Hope, Arkansas, except the following described parcel of land, to-wit: Commence at the Northeast Corner, of .said Block 3 and run thence South along the West Boundary Line of South Washington Street 95 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; run thence West 117.4 feet, to a' stake.;- run thence North 70% degrees East'113 feet, to the West Boundary. Line of said South Washington Street;, run thence South along the West -Boundary Line of said South Washington Street 21% feet back to the POINT OF BEGINNING, Together, with the laundry -building .and >all improvements located thereon.• j.- The above described property will be sold at public auction on a credit of three months-on the 6th day of February 1954 at the front or east door of the Hempstead County Courthouse in Hope Arkansas to the best and 'highest bidder. Said sale is made under a writ of execution issued by the Clerk of the Hempstead Circuit Court to satisfy a judgment obtained by Roy Anderson against Fred H. Cook .in the Hempslead Circuit Court on the 31st day, of March, 1953. Signed this the 15th day of January 1954. Myrtle Cook, SherUf. of Hempstead County, Arkansas By Jimrnic Cook Deputy Sheriff Jan-15,22 : 2 Hope Teams to Nashville Tonight Hope Senior boys and girls teams Basketball SOUTH ' . William and Mary 71 Virginia Military 67 ^Mississippi Stata 75 Georgia Tech 74 .Chattanooga 70 Jacksonville ^Teachers 80 journey t oNashville tonight for a Savannah State 93 Allen U. 43 couple of contests with the Howard County fives. The first game starts at 7 o'clock. Last night the local Independent* were fed hot in swamping the Elks Club of Texarkana by a 104 to 53 score. SPORTS ROUNDUP By QAYLE fALSOt. Legal Notice BEAUTIFUL &k room house. Hardwood floors. Venetian blinds nice chicken house and yard, Small orchard. Located east on Highway 4. Owner leavnig town, possession at once. i2-3t GREENING REALTY CO. Real Estate Insurance, Loans Phone 7-4601. Notice Highway 67 West U5ED co. West JI Used Furniture .Hope, Ark . RECORDING nds; . picture Jt'*yp«spf Floor lnts, Wai! Pa- p«eorat!n0. Supply TTRESSES acff tat* tanripriii (€IP^- orlfllnul SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette, 30c weekly daily Sunday complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Dale Hartsfield. Phone 7-4610. Dec. 11-1 Mo. INCOME Tax Service. Nearly every farmer and many others are required 'tb file tax returns in January. Maybe we can help you. Phone 7-3731 J. W. Stri<;k- . Jand. * Jan. 4-3 wks. INQOME Tax Service. No waiting. Two -accountants. Purm Bureau Office 101 East Front street. Phone 7-3766, 5-lmo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co, 318 South Washington Phone 7-2022. Dec. 30-lmo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers, insured contractors. Public service commission number m-1425. 313 Central Avenue. Stamps,, Arkansas, Phone 3-4481 in Stamp's, Arkansas. Jan, l-imo FOR cabinet making, bookcases, refinishing, upholstry, baby and doll furniture. Prices reasonable. Call or see E. Leverett Phone 7-3632 12-6t Taken Up WHITI? horse. Wejght about 1,000 Ib. Owner may have horse by paying for damages and for ad. Call 7-8531. 15-3t &&T c BPCK un — The annual convention of the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers will be h«)d here ApriJ 28*28. The organization's Executive Committee selected the site and dates yesterday. Clovr as a crop was intro4wcd into England in the }7th Centwy and Jster into the United stat&s. , -JHI OAKS - Midler N*w Man9g*m«ut NOTICE ,4 Of Proposed Budget of Expenditures • Together' With Tax Levy Vor Fiscal Year Beginning Julyrl, 1955, to and -Including June '30, 1956. The Board of Directors of Washington : School District'No. 12 of Hempstead County, Arkansas, in compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and'^of Amendment No. 40 to the Constitution of. the State of. Arkansas, has pro- pared, approved, and hereby make, public the proposed. budget of .expenditures together with the tax rate, as follows: . , General Control $ . OQO Instruction 34,000 Operation of School '•''•• Buildings 3,000 Maintenance "of 'School Plant & Equipment 1,000 Auxiliary Agencies (Including transportation .. .. . 7,000 Fixed Charges . .... 500 Capital Outlay 4,500 Debt Service 2,168 To provide for the foregoing .proposed budget of expenditures, the Board of Directors proposes .a tax levy of 34 mills, divided.as follows: 10 mills are for, the operation of the schools ;10 *mills are a continuing ta?c votecl "tor bonds now outstanding; and 8 mills will be a continuing building fund tax for a proposed .bond issue of $30,000, which will run approximately 20 years, to be issued -for the purpose of erecting and equipping new school buildings for Negroes -and said building fund tax will constitute a continuing annual levy until the prlnql- pal and Interest of the proposed bonds are paid in full, with the provision that the surplus revenues from the building fund millage can be used for other school purposes, GIVEN this 13 day of January, 1954. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO, 12 OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS By C. E. Messer, President .And Carl Martin, Secretary Lego I Notice Coifs Coaching Lowdown Near BALTIMORE OW—The Baltimore Colts' ccaching" situation is t peCted to be cleared up at a news conference this afternoon. Owner Carroll Rostribloom said yesterday he'J) name the mentor 'or 1934 at that time. Meanwhile, speculation continued to mount over who'll get the job. RosenHoorn nays he's going to )ick the coach from a list of nine. The list includes Bobby Dodd of eorgia Tech anrt Art Lewis of West Virginia, rival coaches in his ycat's Sugar Bowl tilt. Also included in the nine is Keith Molesworth, \vho guided the Colts to a 3-9 season last year in NFL play. : The remaining fix include Ray Richards, the Colts' line • coach, Geor^o Wilson, of Detroit, .Wilbur Ewb'i;ilt and Blnnion Collier of the Cleveland-Browns, and Steve'Owen and -Norman (Red) Strader, for mer conches with the professional New York Giants and New York Yankes rspeclively. Players Ask Coach at Nebraska to Quit LINCOLN, Neb. UP) — Thirty-five University of Nebraska football players, a major segment of the material for next fall's Cornhuskers football team, have celled for the resignation -of Sill Glassford as Nebraska's head coach. Their names were signed to a statement given newsmen last night. The -players said they feared ridicule, embarrassment or threats of losing their scholarships . from Glas.5ford. Glnsstord has talked with university officials nbout termination of his contract without an agreement 'being reached. He has apparently been leaving the next move to university of- fJcials. ' Some 40 playern attended last night'i 'meeting. Only 35 signed the statement Of the signers, ll were .freshmen. The .rest were mgjj with at least one-year eligibility left. .;''. KidGavifan Is Award Winner NE'.V YORK UP) — Kid Gavilan. Dr, Vincent Nard.'ello and Floyd Patterson were honored last night by the Boxing Writers Association as the sport's outstanding men in 1953. Gavilan received the Edward J. Neil Memorial Plaque as Fighter ot the Yea'iv, an award named in memory 6f the former Asspciated Press boxing, writer who was killed while covering the war in Spain. Dr. Nardiello, former boxer and New York State Athletic Commission physician for many years, was given the James J. Walker Plaflw for "long and meritorious service" to the sport, • Patterson, 105-ppund Olympic champion in ,1952, accepted the Janies Dawson Memorial Plaque as ^Rookie pf the Year." Nino Valdes, the Cuban heavyweight contender, also received an award from Editor Nat Felis.ch.ur ofv/Ring magazine for showing the most progress during the past year. Wotfoi-fi 86 High Point College No. Cor. 83 Rollins 95 Florida Southern 64 "Mississippi Southern 80 Springhil Ala 69 Mississippi College 78 Millsaps 67 Memphis 47 Murray Stale 45 MIDWEST 'Creighton 88 Omaha 67 Aquinur 61 Calvin 53 Ball .Hate 72 Indiana State 67 South Dakota Mines 74 Southern Teachers 07 SOUTHWEST Arkah&ns A&M 92 Southern State 73 Arkansas Tech 108, Henderson 69 Hendrix 80, Beebe JC 65 North Texas State 73 Wayland Colbgo 62 Midwestern 88 Trinity Texas 83 WEST Utah State 73 Bringham Young -G8 Colorado A&M 62 Denver 51 State Engineer Is Honored LITTLE ROCK WPI—Alf Johnson, chief engineer of the Arkansas Highway Department and new president of the American Association of State Highway Officials, was aonored -at a banquet here last night. More than 400 general contractors and highway officials from several states attended the dinner, Legal Notice NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Washington School District No, J? of Hempstead County on Saturday, March 20, between the hours of 8:00 a. rn. and 6:30 p. m.. The electors will vote a school tax of 34 mills, divided as follows; 16 mills are £or the operation of the schools; 10 mills are a continuing tax voted for ponds now outstanding; and 8 mills will be a continuing building fund tax for a (proposed bond issue of J&&QOQ.OO, which will run approximately 20 years, to be issued for $)# purpose of erecting »nd equipping new' school buildings for the Negroes, sad said building tod tax wUl fpjistjtute a continuing 9WU$J 4pyy until the principal Md &tef#s£ of the proposed bonds Bre p9fe} in JuJJ, with &e provision, hjt t)^ surplus revepu^a |r,pm |he PUJ be \isej Proposed Budget of Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 1955 to and 'Including June 30, 1956 The Board of Directors of Blevins School District No. 2 of Hempstead County, A'' k ansa,s, in. compliance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and of Amendment 40 to the Constitution of the State oC Arkansas, hay? prepared, approved, and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together ,-with the tax rate as follows: General Control, $2,500.00; Instruction, $65,000.00; Operation of School Buildings, $3,500.00; Maintenance of School plant and Equipment, $5,000,00; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation,) $20,000.00; Fixed Charges, $1,500.00; Capital Oluttay, $10,000.00; debt Servipe, $|0,(?0|uOO To provide |or the foregoing proposed budget el expenditures the £oar$J o| Directors proposes a tax levy o| g8 m%. p»js tax levy in- eludes the present continuing levy Jpr the refirepeat 0? present in«8, ftfc U djr*** JipUwy- Porterfield/ Berra Latest Holdouts By EDCORRIC3AN NEW YORK W) — Latest holdouts in the major leagues are Bob For terficld of the Washington Senators and Yogi Berra and Gil McDougaid of the world champion New York Yankees. Sources closed to tho Yanks also report that Mickey Mantle, their youn'j outfielder, is dissatisfied with the contract he's been offered. However, nothing official has been heard from him. Portorfield, one of the American League's most talented -elbowmen, said the Senators ''didn't offer anywhere near as much as I expected." Cal Griffith, Senators vice president reported that "Porterfield has been paid extremely -well since lie has been with us" and noted that the Nats were off $150,000 in receipts last.season as compared to 1952. The 22-game winner thus joined Mickey Vernon, tho League's leading nitter, and another half-dozen players who. ai;e . seeking 4 : more money. • - " '. So far, the Yankees have re- ceiveci -the signed contracts of only :wo pla>ers —- Harry' Byrd and Eddie Robinson, both/of whom were hot' around the Yankee Stadium last year. Berra admitted that he had returned his unsigned, while McDougald said . at his Nutley, N. J., home: "Let's say'I'm not a bit excited as these things are expected. I received a slight raise, but I won't sign it until I tniddle with Roy Hamey (the Yank executive in charge of contracts)." No figures were revealed as usual, but Berra is reported seeking $40,000, about Sfj.OOO more than he was offered. McDcugald would like $20.000. Mantle is reported shooting : for 25.000, about $7,000 more than he earned last year. Two of the bU blasters of the National League were drawn into the fold. The Brooklyn Dodgers announced they bad signed Duke Snider, who hit 42 home runs in 1953, and the Chicago Cubs banked Ralph Kiner's document. Snider'no doubt received a fat increase over the $24,000 he drew last season. Kinder reportedly made $65,000 in 1053. He hit 35 home runs nr.il wound up with 'a .289 batting average. It's doubtful if he was raisHd. The Cincinnati Redlegs announced-they-'had- received signed contracts of Cute h er Andy Seminick, second Baseman Johnny Temple, Pitcher Joe Nuxhall and Outfielder. Jim Bolger. Indictments Are Returned at t. R, LITTLE ROCK (/F) — Fourteen indictments charging forgery and uttering against a Little Rock woman were thrown out today on the ground that women have been systematically excluded from the Pula-iki County Grand Jury. Circuit Judge Harry Robinson quashed the charges against Mrs. Kathryn Eldridge Walker, who was indicted by the Grand Jury Sept. 19, 1952. She agreed with her attorney, that the exclusion of | women .from'the jury violated the i defendants civil rights. Prosecutor Tom Downie said he would appeal Judge Robinson's decision to the Arkansas Supreme Court. He admitted that women pi'Obo'Jly never had served on the Grand Jury. The true bill charges Mrs. Walker' — indicated under tlie name of Kathryn Hill Eldridge — with forcing checks totaling $9,800 between mid April, 1949 and April 10, 1950. She -vyas employed as bookkeeper by the Kelly-Nelson Co|j» struction Co., ot the time- Th'«s company Jater sued Worthen Bank *ind Trust Co,, to recover th,e f«)| Amount jtavolVed,. fh.e Arkansas Supreme '^ouvt fceid, th^ By MURAY ROSE For OAYTE tALBO NEW YORK — Head tucked into coat collar to ward off the wintry- blasts, Billy Graham is helping to keep himself warm these days by singing his new theme song: "Just .Carmen and me." And down Florida way on the sun drenched Miami beaches, Carmen Basillo softly croons back: "Just Billy and me." In case you're wondering who brought on this sudden mutal admiration society between the welterweight arch-rivals, the answer is Kid Gavillian the welterweight champion. By signing for a middleweight title fight with champion Bobo Olson for Chicago Aprill, Gaviiian gave Billy and Carmen reason to hope that they'll be battling it out for the welter crown before long. If Gaviiian beats Olson he'll have to give up his 147-pound crown. Ray Robinson had to do the same thing when he knocked the middleweight crown off Dake LaMotta's batteretd brow. Both Graham and Basilio have had channes to take the welter title from Gavilan in the ring and both failed .although by very nar Row Margins. Now they're rootings for the sleek 1 Cuban to beat Bibo so they can put in a .quick claim lor the welter title. : Fast action helps. Graham pointed to the grab -made by Johnnp- Bratton and Charles Fusari when Robinson gave up his welter crown. Althiugh Graham and Gavilan had as much claim to title honors as Braton and Fusari, the latter two were quickly paired and Bratton won NBA recognition as champion. He then lost ti Gavilana and Gavvy completed the cycle by edging Graham in a very close fight. Rickey Denies lighting of Purse Strings By QtB STA)»eY P1TBURGH Itf) —General Manager Branch Rickey of the Pittsburgh Pirates says reports that the club's principal stockholders have tightened purse strings so much that he has to trade top players for cash are absolutely without foundation. "I'm getting just a i'xitle bit tired of seeing thosp rerrj -'s published/' Ricksy declared in the wake of his latest maneuver wlit-cby the Bucs reportedly picked i\-, about $80,000 and two playors frrvr, the Philadelphia Phillies fo" pitcher Murry Dickscn. Rickey, who h.i.1 been bittorly disappointed in his rebuidling cf- torts since tak'mj: ovor the Pa-ale ielm late n 1930. said Jon G;ii- areath. Pirate president, and Tom Johnson, vice r>reclcWnt. and seero- Lary, have b2M 'very helpful." They are the Pirates' top stoci:- ibld^rs, "Mr. Galbreath has not put his "pot down," Rickey declared. "Neither has Mr. Johnson. They lave bc-en wonderful. I'-ve noted [rom time to time published reports that they have clamped down on our purse strings. That's simply not so and you can make :t as emphatic as you please." Munn to Meet With MSC Board •EAST LANSING, Mich. Iff! — Michigan State Football Coach Clarence (Biggie) Munn was scheduled to be appointed MSC athletic director today. Lino Coach Hugh (Duffy) Daugh- crty, his faithful, long-time assistant, was to receive the appointment as head football coach. The stepup for Munn, coach of the Rose Bwol champions, wasn't unexpected. The shuffling of" the two top Spartan athletic jobs, kpown to be in the making for. sever? 1 months, will become official with approval of the appointments by the State Board of Agriculture,./ college governing bodl'; The b&ard ^as expected tc give unanimous approval. '.-'.. A member of the MSC Athletic Council, who asked, that his name not ,ne used, confirmed :i report that President Dr. John A. Hannah told the group he would make the recommendations today. Munn will succeed Ralph H. Young, retiring as athletic director after 30 years with the college. Babe Favored in Georgia Meet SEA ISLAND. Ga. W1 — A record-breaking tuneup round made Babe aharias a astrong. favorite in the first Sea Island Women'.s Open Gclf Tournament, which began today. Mr.?. Zaharias, attempting n comeback after a sc'i'.m operation sidelined her for a year, shot a 71 yesterday to orenk by 3 strokes the old coursr. record held by Louiso Suggs of Atlanta. Although she was slightly ill with an up^et stomach, Miss Suggs still rated as a favorite along with the Babe. The $3,500 Sea Island tournament, which launches the 1954 Ladies' Professional Golfers Association 24-tournam°n; tour, attracted 19 professionals and a largo assortment of leading amateurs. Unbeaten Fives Face Rugged v Tests Tonight By BEN PHLEGAft NEW YO.RK Iff) — Two of the nation's five major unbeaten college basketball team!? face their sternest tests of the season tonight. jg The other three aren't scheduled. Holy Cross, ranked sixth in the counlrj-, meets Notre Dame at Boston, and George Washington, No. 7, travels to nearby College Park to engage Maryland. The ranking teams each have unbroken strings of 11 games. Holy Cross lost to the Irish by two points last year in their only previous meeting and may be handicapped tonight by the physl- | cal condition of high-scoring Togo Palazzi. Togo went to the infirmary yesterday .with a miid case of the grippe but the doctors said he snculd be available for some action. Maryland, winner of the All- American City Tournament at Owensboro, Ky., during the holidays, hasn't fared too well in recent games but is several notches above the caliber of many of GW's ^. opponents. The other major unbeaten teams are Western Kentucky 15 straight, Duquesno'(14)''and Kentucky (10). Colorado A&M, No. 18, was the only one of the top 20 teams in action last night. They ran their record to 12-1 with a 62-51 conquest of Denver in a Skyline Conference game. Utah State surprised Brigham Young 73-68 for its first conference victory. Pennsylvania suffered its first tf* Ivy League loss, bowing to Columbia 69-54. The Lions wrapped it up with a 24-point spree in the third period after leading by three points at halftime. William and Mary edged Virginia Military 71-57 in a Southern Conference game which was tied five times in the final quarter. Temple edged Lehigh 64-61 in three overtimes with Harry Silcox scoring the winning points on a ^ field-'goal and foul shot, his only points ot the game.. Mississippi State beat Georgia Tech 7-74 in a Southeastern Con- ' ference contest on a field goal by Gerald Caveness with three seconds .to., play. Colts Select a * Tackle as Coach BALTIMORE HV —The Baltimore Colts, who make no bones about wanting to be National Football Lej.gue contenders like Cleveland, have taken a coach from the staff of the Brawns. Wilbur Ewbank Browns tackle coach and chief scout, made it even plainer .yesterday after being named, to pilot ths Colts in 1054. "The sole idea," he said,, "is to start a regime" similar to Cleve- lartd'-3.'-• .-. ' • "I accept the job as a challenge," he said. "I hope to institute the same principles that made the : Browns champions." Kwbank, 46, succeeds Keith Molesworth, who steered Ba'lti- rnore to three victories in 11 games last season and for whom the Colt? created a new job. H« will be executive .vice president under the revised setup. Copyright. 1993. hy EM« Mick DIBribulcii by King Features Synditaw /Ho CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE DALE still augmented her long- distance calls to Swanscombe oy the regular Thursday letters, f tMn.lt I am finding my place here, G-randy, she Wrote In one of her letters. At least, 1 am not stuck jast in yesterday, Good, the old man wrote back, Keep busy, and you won'* have time to delve .into tomorrow's needs. Sound advice, and Dale loaned gratefully on the strength of It, although when' she .quoted that part of Grandy's letter to Andrea, the young concert pianist said quietly, "You could have thought that through yourself, you Know. It's not so .profound. It's Just another 'Grandy said,' Isn't it?" "What's wrong with that?" Dale countered defensively. "Nothing-r-lf you were six years old. At that age you need a directive &nger, I'd Just like to see that grandfather of yours hand me blueprints for my life!" On the evening before Don Parrish left for the-conference in Canada,, ne and Dale dined together on the east side at Wlvel's Swedish smorgasbord. The atmosphere was Informal, the music and food good, pale had dined here once with Phil, aiid they had placed hilarious wagers on the number of return trips an obesa couple near by would make to replenish their plates, Watching mound after mound of food steadily vanish, Phil bad murmured to Dale, "No profit for. Wlvel'e on those two- end you owe me a buck!" It Don was not as lively a <Jin» ncr companion M his brother, ne also was not tlresom^ once Dale led the conversation around to the forthcoming conference. "It's to >>« a sort of international exchange of Ideas," he explained. "What goea on, «w<5 why, to the upper atmosphere. The 'topics have 8 bearing on sy}4ed "'"" radar Wrt. jftH'" ,.' «r*»» minute check of facts and figures, to have It all at your fingertips?'" "Yes, and 1 feel like a twelve' year-old truant," he said with enormous satisfaction. "Would you like to dance?" /Since that first night, Don .was markedly Improved. Tonight there was no need for apologies oVer-hls clumsiness, as they moved smooth ly around the floor,, "I feel tense coils .unwinding," he said, as they returned to their table. "I've been more keyed-dp than I realized. 1 suppose there's such a thing as over •concentration, like overtraining for an-athlete." "In ptner Words," Dale said teas ingiy, "a date with me is only a means to an end." 'You are good for me, Dale," he said, unexpectedly serious. She lifted her eyes unreservedly to his. "And you, for me," she told him. It was the truth. Don, self-re llant and undemanding, was a preventive against the emotion that Phil could arouse In her. Her responsiveness was something of which, lately, she was Increasingly aware, It was Involuntary and disconcerting. With Don, who had no matrimonial ideas in bis head, and who did or said nothing to stir her from her detachment, she felt safe. It would have been awkward to try to explain that to Don, although Phil would have under* stood. Too well! Phil would laugh straight Into her eyes and $vant to ,know what was wrpng witl? being human, Ajid why fight it? Don was drawing a circle with his fork on the tablecloth. Something in his avoidance ot her eyes revealed embarrassment* O{ coyness. Finally, with a rueful grin, he sajd, "J haven't k»QW» many girls. I .never bad Ume tor them when I dicl take one put, bog down on small talk «nd Stifle yawps, I ft*"* W canvers&tjojr, (science, Nsrt a moon* ,lgbtrand'roses theme I ft mage, me a v*ry duW companion-—ujjdon^edr ly if stHl (Joes." Wo," she protested, Tow're P keep edging away from demands ! 1 can't answer." I <f His fork pressed four tiny holes In the cloth. "Dale, does Phil—" He broke off, reddening to his ears. "Forgive me. frothing gives -me the right to ask a question like that. X it out as evidence of my social clumsiness, -will you ? But— don't let my brother .make a nuisance of himself, Dale." She smiled! ''lean handle Phil.'" But she thought, Why should It trouble Don? .«£. "Phil," Don was saying, "has a way with girls. He always did." A shift of tone, and it would have been derogatory; or disloyal. Sensitive to his inflection, Dale said teaslngly, "You sound wist* fuir "Just Jealous, maybe," He grinned. , : She looked incredulous. "But that's ridiculous I Phil envies you," "Oh, rot. Why?" gf "Y'our brilliance. Yours,,and AJI- drea's. Your conspicuous, success,' You can get an awful crick In your "neck from forever looking up." She added, "It can make you feel—inferior," It was Don's turn to be unbelieving, "Phil's the most cocksure man I've ever known!" "Why do you think he took » year off to write that book?" Don laughed disparagingly. "Everyone thinks be can write * (6 book, i could myself, if l nad time. That was a wMm. Some- thjng he had to get out ot hjs system." "It waa more than that,"' Dale said positively, "Phil was trying to prove something to njmeelf.* "~'ie 0ook was a dud, so what that prove?" "WJien failure is a degree up ]» •pwti}, it ought to go by aflpther name," she said £houghtfuUy, *i tWnk PhM haj-rrgrown." ±* "That fluS-braln," Don eald affectionately, ^ , Sh 9 formvUated, a swift 4«nial, but astontebpent be id -ba^k tbo -- J -. TJjat POU'B raillery tnomd, put ne,r on the defensive, teBjsd, ber on Phij's aid*, WM in itStll 6 revelation, (t ?Uenced Pa^e, anijl p w , feaeh pn "

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