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.(••<"? MOM It AI, HOM, A ft i AN! At Saturday, February 13> 19S4 -PI ACCIEIEft ^LM991 r IE i/ .' Mi Must Be Jn O/fice Bay Before Publication RATES ,*flt AT* Mjr*h in , A«t Win 6* Acteprtd AltewM WHh Th« Atasurt I* Is tltfM Si* Oft* D*y» Dtyt Month .80 1.60 4.60 l.» 1.00 8.06 .. 1.60 160 t.« ,,M 1.80 «.00 ».M tOS 110 1.50 10.6C 2.40 4.00 12.0 3.70 4.60 1S.60 1.00 1.00 11.00 ilFIED DISPLAY 75C ptt inch „*., 00c per Inch .,;....:.».,....„ fide pet inch Above or* for eon- •tloni. Irregular or skip- tnke the one-day rat*. ' elOHffled advertising copy dteepted uh«il 5 p.m. for Ion th* fbliswlrto day. . .jubllihert reterve the right to > or «dlt oil odvefti*em«nts of- i for publication and to rejtct yobjftttlonobl* 'odv«rtl»lno «ub- ii«, m ' ont or mar* l«tt*ri, iw« or r fl0UNtt tuch at houut imaphteM nutnbtn count a* on* ; J',Hof»"Star will not b» mpon. i;,fW «rrori In Want Ad* unlew "'o'r« .tallld. to our attention -..FIRST inMrtlon, of ad and |&f> ONLY Ww ONE incorrect 7-3431 STAR J»99i PitH 1927 l Jenliary 18, m» «l'«VSV''W*«WQy' 1 ofternoon by TAR ^PUBLISHING co. "- •"" Polm«r, President iburn, Secy-Tr««. rv.ii..... atar Building H<i/,i S'utrc Walnut Street, fH*P»/ Arkaraoi ; ',Wi*hiurn, Editor & Publisher .TJoh*<, Managing Editor .V Hfcimor, Mech. Supt. vii,, Aflvertiiing Manager second class mattar at at Hope, Arkansas, *f Match 3, 1BV7. Audit Bureau ef crlpttoh Rates (payable In ad- "vr; '•,'*•• - ir.jln Hope and nelghbor- f A... 13.00 U Nevada, rd, and Miller coun- f : .;» w l ^4-:8s .i........(. , ,-J.60 ........ Z60 ,..............._ i:io ......'.'..1 6.50 * 13.00 Representatives; , c ( ; 1602 Sterick ,'i t -Tenn,/ 505-Texa» , jllo» 2, Texas; 360 N. ,'AChiwgo >l,illU; 60 E. , ...»KYork,l7, N. Y.; 1763 )t--Blda., Detroit 2, Mich'.; K Bldfl., Oklahoma City 2, &*£$••* •' L *- "ifftheVA?weiate<J' Press: Press Is entitled ex- UJB for republication ,„„. nrnv* printed In thlt , gt Well as all AP news iij - . ph Montgomery 7-3311 For Rent 2 SEDRbOM unfurnished house 1118 Park Drive. $45.00 per montn Phone 7-^441, 1-tl 4 ROOM and bath. Near Baptis Church at Emrttet. 3, R. Reyeng Emmet, Arkansas. 11-3 NICE bedroom. Close-In. Adjoin jng bath. Beauty mattress. t*ti vate entrance. ^Phone 7-3593. 11-3 TWO rooms. Unfurnishdd apart rrienl with private bath. Close-Ill Phone 7-2205. ll-TF FURNISHED Apartment 3 largi rooms and bath. Close-Jn. Phom 7-2896 atter 6 p. m. . 11-3 ROOM house and bath. Near Schpoley Store. Mrs, J. E. Schoo ley Phone 7-3577. 12-3 ROOM apartment. 312 South Spruce. Phone 7-3577 Mrs. .J. E •Schooley. 12-3 UNFURNISHED apartment. ' rooms and bath. 507 Edgewood See Mrs. G. G. Jordan. 12-31 NEWLY Decorated 3 room furnished house with bath. Electric refrigerator and washing machine Phone 7-3193. 12-3t 2 EXTRA large rooms. Private bath and entrance. 801 South Main Phone 7-5837. 12-31 For Sale PEA Gravel, washed, and roac gravel. Soil and masonary sand available 'Phono 7-2559. Jesse Sinclair. ' Feb. 11-lMo. DAIRY Feed. Hog feed, meal hulls, mixed. C. S. Meal. Salt $1:15 per sack. DANNIE HAMILTON 21-lmo. 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice modern five room house. E. M. Broswell Prescott, Phone 683-W. Feb. 1-lMo. HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavltt. Phone 7-2118. . , 3-tf 10. ACRES and newly decorated house. One mile from town. $20,000. Will sell house' and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for pine .timber land. Call 7-5535. Feb 10-lMo. 'ENTA-Treated fence post at plant One mile * put on Rosston Hfglv way. Phone 7-2048. 11-61 :ENTLE Guernsey family cow. Just fresh. 20 acre farm, Modern 7 loom house. Barn, poultry, and brooder house, 15 papershell pecan trees. Phone 7-3491. Fred E< Barr, Hotel Henry. ; . • n-3t IAY Johnson grass and alfalfa On Allen Farm. 5 miles Ncfrth of Hope. William % Schooley Phone 7-4979. . ll-3t \NOTHER car of salt, "fine, medium or course. $1,15 per .106, Ton lots $1.10. Hope Feed Company. . • ll-6t JUALITY Chicks from laying stocks. Get yours now or place order for later' delivery. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547.11-61 ELIER PR'expert beauty care, offcf.ilpnfl. lasting per- SHOP ijfjtK^m j, j Phone 7-2615 FARM MUTUAL INSURANCE HORACE HUBBARD ts and Week-Ends Phone 7.2436 f 3 6t 16th Street :N. j yr'6STERN SHARES f Diversified Income Fund Fund available from S. BATES, Agent t ^rfc, phone 7--H54 ... The ne for 1954. 67 USED Used Furniture Hope, Ark, Ploturp f Wall CENMORE Washing Machine Used six months. Price $95. Original price $170. Phone 7-4949, 12-3t 3 PIECE bedroom suit. Light oak. Like new. Phone 7-2934 or 7-5563. 12-3t PARAKEETS. Young birds ready to teach to talk. Cages and feed, Billy Wray. Phone 7-3622, 12-3t A really clean 1931 Custom 4 door V8 Ford. 33100 actual miles. Ford Heater. Good tires. Guaranteed Sound. Priced to sell, Donald Moore, Phone 7-3488, 12-31 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work, Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington, Phone 7-2622. Feb. 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House Movers, insured contractors. Public Service Commission number M-1425. 313 central Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo, polity Announcements The Star It tuthdrlz«d *o •*• nounce that the tolteiWfif «*• candidate* for public ftftfce tub* Ject to the action <rt ih* Deft* cratlc Fof HARRY DWWHT ARNOLD J. JOLLY ARTHUR ANpfiftSOlt For Sheriff and Collector W. B, (BUD RUCKHEfc JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward S B. L. RETTIG Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street, Farm Bureau Office, Phone 7-3766. , Feb. 9-liito. Notice 1UBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports.", Other ' 'late news. KCMC-TV t: ;. : /I»jrb'granis. Phone Dale Hartsficld. Prospect 7-4810. ' ' 'Fefc', S-lMo.' :OX'S Cafe at Fulton 'will serve Fried Chicken dinner, .Sunday February 14th. 85c per plate-plus drinks. Feb. ll-3t WILL Turn to responsible.:, party, Spinet Piano. Famous'make, ejc-,. ccllent condition $46.00 will handle deal, then assume small monthly payments. Contact CREDIT MANAGER, JOPLIff COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLW, MISSOURI. ' Used Cars BARGAINS IN USED CARS Hurry down dnd.se/s thes« Used CoCs today' ... 1947 DODGE Radio, heater and good tires , ..$450 1948 DODGE Exceptionally clean, motor just overhauled. Good tires 1951 NASH CONVERTIPLE Radio, heater, over drive, new top, and good condition . 950 NASH STATESMAN Badio, heater, overdrive, new paint* Good condition SM8 FRAZIER MANHATTAN Buns good, looks CO6<J, is good., Radio, heater l _*_'-; and Overdrive MKSWAN r$795 950 FORD 34 TOrvTplcKUP A real buy for only .. 949 CHEVROLET LEETLINE 2 door. Badlo, rt* / C\ P" heater, new paint, TKf^'V l and new seat covers S^ \ / ' ^ Bert Ret tig ' Nash Motors EAST 3rd STREET Basketball 'fiitts 62; Bdston College W) ftdir Cf*i*s dS; fordhani 34 AttiihafeJ 63' 6l6v* City 70 Williams 82 Bates 32 , ferotrti i$: Davlmfcuth 64 fitfcknfcll 84; Susquehahna 61 6»iheiJie tech 85; Slippery Rock Sdhr.eetieut 10?; .New Hampshin to * •. • ..'.'•' "Trjntty *S; U.S.CO. Academy 4i tdfian St. 80:" L^ola (tad.)- 58 ^airfield 78; Cafrr>..,47 i, ftoanbJrf 78;, Baltimore 49 , MilJe/svitjc 6,4; Lockhaven St Tchrs. ; .5i ".. V -.'.,.;• : ..-.•. ! Kings College 85; Cooper; Union ..— — _-. , .... 104;.-Ncw Ha ven St. 'Tchrs. 67 '•'... Upsala 63; Mr.fyiand St. 62 SOUTH Davidson 78- .Charleston 59 G«6rge IVasbinyton 108; Wash iffton Lee .83 MiamiC?la. 69; Tampa 85 South Carolina 7«: The Citadel 59 Florida A k M 71; Xavier (La.) 46' '..'•. ' ;" ; . --••• Feirmont St. Tchrs. 79; Wcs' Jberty fchrs. 74 : Alabama St. 70; Morehouse 60 Neirth Carolin." College 6S; Pope . . VAugusiine 78;, Winston-Salem " ' ..... • v Hoi'UnS ''''u9 '4 *' .Jecksonville ' Nas 78 . Shaw 62 Virglia- Union 65: Hampton 62 Virsinia Tech 98; Davis El- tins , 66- ,J"oto<n'ac St 84; West Virginia licrris Hgrvry 79,' Concord St Savgunah St. 83; Florida Normal 0* •IiSjissippi Soi'thcrn 79; Louisiana Teth 73 •ft 1 >Pcay 70; David Lipscomb Delta St. 77- Birmingham Southern '69 M'pWEST North,Dakota St. 87; Augustan? 97: Marquetc 90 78- GrJnnell 59 ' Marietta 7f WIttenburg 6ff ir North Dakota b7; South, Daiota 2." Ifcjvy Pier Branch (111.) 85; Con- prdia <11p ^t' , t ll% -Cfosse TnHrs. 75; Whitewa- er St. Tch^s/TS , Rockhurst 90; Diury 70 OsHkosh 9»: Eau Claire St. Tchrs I Moothead St .Tchrs. 4; oa Science 72 Washburn 83; Southwestern ss College of Fmporia U. 42 Sfout Inst 74 66,;' Friends SOUTHWEST Hardiij • Sfmmons 58; Arizona empe'* St. 78 Arizona 61; West Te*as St 52 Trinity* <Tei.') 50; North Tex; t. 38. • ' Durant chr;. 52; O k 1 9 h qma Baptist *67 Atyteoe Christian 90; Texas A8sl Bipti^t ^7 i? Christian 90; Texas A&I ,amar Tech 77- Sul Koss St 74 ' M, Philips 55 Mexico 72; Eastern i 50 Real EstotoforSoU BRING me your sewing. Reasonable Prices. Mrs. 'Mae Lively, BELT & BUTTON SHOP 121 West Division 11-31 PAINTING and Paper'Hanging, See Hoinor Whitten. Phone 7-4380 13-3t Help Wonted MEN needed to help take care of our Expansion program. Ages 25 to 55 with car, neat appearance, good character. If your present earnings are not enough lor present day living costs, >vhy not let me come to your home and discuss the possibilities of bettering yourself. Interview in the presence of your wile preferred. Permanent high earning position for men who qualify Write when I can see ypu to Box "B" 0/0 Hope Star. If you live in rural area please give directions. ll-3t Salesman Wonted WOULD litee to hear from man with car who wants to step into business ot his own in Hempstuad County, Buy on time— pay as you gell. -'also other legalities availably. Write Kawleigh'g P?pt. A«^A,-64J. TC Memphis Tenn. J3-U really beautiful home on a spacious lot. Only two years old — 2 car garage;with'/Ifits of storage space. 3 bedrporns, sliding closet doors. Wall to/wall carpet/ Dishwasher, dispo's^J, and <au» tomatic clothes washer and dryer in the U-Shaped kitchen ypu »!•' ways wanted.Priced »t« sell;- IN an excellent residential, district one block from Grade School this small 2 bedroom home. Living room, dining room, and- bath, is situated on large 100' $ 148* shady lot. Priced for quick "sale" »t, only $3,000,00. > / • , ' 13'3t FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO, 108 East 2nd St. phone J'499,1 HOPE, ARKANSAS <., , Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for' all size, List today. Un'ited Jfft'rrn A 101 East Fron*. Phone J^B? 8-lMo. Cards Open Camp in Florida V DELANO, Fl*. 1^' Aouis Cardinals open spring training earn*with about 1QQ player fpr workouts. Included nmvr.g the be 17 from thu from tarm teams. The Cardinals, sUU word of contact*; from bjiswnsn ReiJ Shcon,dienrt pitcher JJaryey Had(i$, vid,ed jb,p players The" St. will 85 and di caje New , 63;, IJrigham Young 47 Colorado A&J* 66; Utah 62 C r 16rado C611ege 58; Colorado \JiKos, 52 Idaho 6? Oregon 54 Montana St. 88j Eastern Mon- ana 62 Oregon St 70 Washington 47 UCLA (82; California 54 LCXMSJ & Clark 91; Linfield 77 San F^anclsj-o C9 College of Pa- ific 5,9 i Point a Minute Slow Nowadays NEW VOHK.(*i — Remember when "point-a-rr.. ) nute" meant 'a hiih-scorjng basketball team This season a Jot of small colleges could a.verftge ithat much using only two players and leaving the other three on: the bitoch, .Statistics reoaseri today by thn NC/»A . . Service . Bureau show 60 players averaging 20 points or more in gpmes Uirough Feb. .6. Bevo Franci«-, of course, tops the list with a whopping 48.9 in 19 games. Back of the Rio Grande flash an> Vincfc Leta of Wyoming with 31.5 and Clarence Burks of pt. Augustine's with ,?0. BUI. Warden ot Nprih Central with 29.7 and Ralph Bacote of, -§t. Paul's •>. Poly 'verj 'much in the SPORTS ROUNDUP iy «AVLI TALIOT. NEW YORK t« — Eight of the East's leadlnf universities, tnos.l of which were playing football long before th? game wag knottri w£st f-f the Mississippi, have turnfd their collective backs squareJT on th« high-pressure as j Sects of thd sport and are returning it to the students'-where It always belonged. , ' This might be'hersey but we iayc . a strong., feeling that the meTObb,f"£ r £i-,.th> newly formed Ivy t.eague .'a'rjc tCsUblishing a trend which 4flilU within'the next 10 year;S jc widely felt thritghout the coun- ryyFfW W^iO'at'a jWilHhg.and able to / view •the" problem'' objectively do not "agree that ro;'ege football has gotten pretty well out of hand. Members of the Eastern group svp proved that it is possible to play a schedule without holding spring.practice. They now are set- ing out to prove that it still is possible to pipy and enjoy the fame without combing the hills for alent or awarding athletic scholarships. 7t Is an idea which we be- leve will catcli on. By 1S54 it is planned that each member of the league —Yale, Harvard, Princeton* Penn, Cornell, Dartmouth,, Columbia, Brown — ivill play .each of its.fellow-'mem-, jers'. -That will account for seven [ames.^and : obviously the /Ivy, jbagurs will have ;little or not opportunity, to", test .their •: skill against'leading outside;powers. Tliip probably is just as well,;ior t is to be supposed that the average iMibcr of Ivy League football will fall off ra^itr markedly once he plan is jn f'll 1 effect, and noth- amateurs hurt. But as- all of the eight will bc'.'piaying -students, arid hus will be equally handicapped, here is no reason to'think that heir contests -'-with each other will 10 be as inteiesting to watch as ,hey ever were. 'We recently get dragged to -a iigh school bnsketball game in our- town, .and wound up enjoying t a-lot more than the last one we saw at Madison Square Garden >etwen. the tallest and j most high- y paid goons in the world. What he- high schoaVrs lacked in abij- ty they more than made up in ef- ort, and the girl cheer leaders better to look at than Garden Fishing Good in Some Areas LtfTLE mpCJC (Jh — The Ar- karlsfl.s Carrie and Fish Comrijls- onrsaid "today that fishing for the feeitelfld wifl b<; good in the following areas: .Cotv-.ty, Green's and Parag0ese 'Lakos crappie. .Drew County, Lake Wallace* crappie. and ,bsss. ;Marion County. Buil Shoals Lake. Miiler County, Mercer Bayou and Second. Old RiVer, crapqie. Monroe, Maddpx Bay and lakes, crappie. , . i Saline < County. .Saline River and all lakes, bream and bass. White County, P.l' lakes and rivers, crappie and bass. Kentucky Not to Seek Place WithNCAA By NEW '-V0RK. r Invitatiop ,-• The . National competing 29.5'areverj .battefpr' tht rvwner-up.-spot-i .. ' The individual f,c6rin,g.;h.B.s. jtakcn a terHfj3 junyj yver ...a^y^ar ago only, 29 plryer? w.ere ,at " , 20-pluR "mark ti)is Wte in the, cam: baig/. arid only' thVce were averaging as many as 27,,I^inft a.re the 27-and'.over puce this winter. Barrier foils to Worry Gordon NEW 'YORK Mt--The. Pittsburgh PirMesihave given up on Green berg Gardens, their shortened left fieW barrier. But that doesn't wor ry Sici Gordon, who figures to car ry miic'li of the Bucs' batintg load this season. "There's no dmibt that it'll cut OH* some of those cheap homo runs, 1 ' hf. s«i(} today, '^ui. the guys hii the lon<? ball like myseif h« affectect too much/' lett Hejd fence at Fovbes .Being normally, skeptical ; about allege football, we suggested to a man who is close to the Ivy Lea- ;u« that the coaches still woi i(?d ways and means of provid- ng scholarships for halfbacks who an ruij and ends who can catch i|ter ai;, we pointed out, such old 1 Mutters as tbcrp have over the years accunvlTttd many fine qhplarships whicn must be award ed to somebody "Sure, it st'll will be possible or a good fbotbajl player to -q ne,' our friend conceded, "but wh'en he does i; will be because Ve •' can prove he is, a' better. aca emfc prospect than any of the iflicv candidates. Athletes and non thletss arc jurlgc'd by the same men ard from her? on you can jepect them to be .mbre scrupulous han o«r about n6t looking *t a. andidate's muscles. "Tlie triith i'," he continued, jig would be gained by getting the that a good football player these ays ir, just about - f as:smart as nybody else tak^n on an aver g<i. Amoni? thSrn, tho Ivy schools 'ill bavt a lot of good players 'he only dUfprcacd will be that 0 one coach vll h&ve as many oocl ones as he would like. I oulcm' be su^piised, though if n the long run he is a happier oaoh ; thanv. most of those who arry a sheof of scholarships round :n thnir hip' pockets." W? agree there and we wouldn't e. syrprisecl -if as .time''goes on ;a oach's job jn the Ivy League be omc6 spmething to be coveted, lumni pressure .-is wh'at Causes oarhing ulcers, and the old grad an't find .much to, yamrner about ho isn't permuted to play big iqt and finance an athlete or two. It has become popular over the est of the country U-. makt jokes bout : Ihc kin'l of football they lay in the $vy schools. -The time ill come when the eight college residents who dared to put the ame in its'proper place will be honored for their courage and foresight. The Negro Community ' 'Funeral «eerMices for Johnnie Stroustot«' I "were held Friday,' Feb; 12, in •the. Chapel. BuHal was in Fcfrest HiU' Cemetery with Hicks FutjereJ Ifpme in charge. • The Melody_ Five of Magnolia will give a puisical program at Mt. Pleasant CME Church Sunday, February 14, at 2:30 p. m. sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Turner. Davis Chapel Methodist Church. The Rev. J. I, Davis, pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. • Warning worship 11 a m. Sermon by the pastor. Subject "Perservance" Funeral services for Ruby Lee -an4 Archie Lee- Anderson were held Friday, February 13 in Nash- viUe, They were fire victims. , wijhy.'.'hp-. National •• Collegiate- . ketball Charhpib."Rhips 'for the best college teams, has lost two bat ties but it may ' win the war 1 yet by capturing the nation's highest scorers,. NIT hopes of 'landing 'Kentuckey the nation's topranked 1 te?m arid oh<S >of the two Undefeated ^eams, Mferc Smashed last night when Ath letio Director Gernje' Shivey said Kentuckey would not ask th'e South eastern Confecenpe* to waive its. rule against NIT, competition. At about the same time as Shively':, annornct ment, New York University won a 75-83 victory ovetr Manhattan, tfie outstanding local attraction Manhattan's record is nqw 11-8 while NYU is 7-7 and" St. John's of Brooklyn only 7-8 even after ripping Richmdnd 65-59 last nigh*, - . Lacking L a st-on? local team as an attrnctlon, the NIT could solve its problems wjth Fujmarfs Frank Selvy arsd ( Bevq, F-rancis of Rio Grande, " who ^between them will htflS «;ust about every collegiate .scoring record ;byr tournament time next month Seivy last nigh*- &ccied 51 points in Verrman's 1H-67 romp over Georgia Tech, running his 2'/a careei total to 2,097, Francis didn't play last night, byt his 480 ooints v per game av erage dominatp<i the small college field just .is ae'vy's 37.6 mark towers over the major colleges Little Rio Grande has no tech mcahties barring it frorri the NIT, but Furman wouid be bound to Hope Wins 72-420ver Arkadelphia Hope Bobcats, toyed around with the not-too-terrifying Arkadelphia Badgers-fof a 72-42 triumph. The smallest crowd of the season at the HHS gyrri — saw the Bobcats rack up their 17th victory of the season against two defeats. At no time did the Bobcats trail and they were tied with the Badgers but once, 3-3 in the first few seconds. All 13 members of the Hope squad sow ample actiorl. Garnie Hatch, got in plenty of action as he poured in 19 points for the Bobcats. He scored 8 of those in the first quarter and came right back and tallied 7 in Hope's 22 point scoring spree in the second quarter as Hope took a 40-22 lead. Hope kept increasing their lead in the third period as they tossed 14 points to 9 for the Badgers for a 23 point lead 54-31. With Jimmy Bruce making 8 of Ills 12 points in the final quarter, the Bobcats kept up their large lead for the remainder of the game. The Hope Bobkittens were outplayed during the entire game went oh to lose 44-26 to the Jr. Badgers. Hope G T TP Hatch 9 1 19 Griffin 4 3 11 Halbert 328 Mitchell :....... 237 Stanley 1 02 Bruce 36 12 Russell :..• 21 5 Huddleston 1 02 Hollis ;:...;....::....;......;.... 0 1 . 1 « Bright ...„; . 1 0 2 •Duke' ....:.'......; 1 " 1 3 " Porter 0 0 0 Totals...'.., -27 : 18 72 Arkadelphia Baker '. '4 5 13 Bratton 4 5 13 Thomas 1 35 Ross ....: 01 1 •Bell .......... , 1.3 5 Gladden ,..:.'. 2 1 5 Totals .......,...L...... 12 /18 42 The,:.Hope/Senior Girls avdanced to the \final; of the County •Tournament" tonight; at;- '8 o'clock when they meet the Gurnsey setxet. The Hope' and Blevins junior girls will play in the junior's game at 7 o'clock. . The Lady Cats took a easy 45-33 victory over the Saratoga girls last night to advance to the finals. play in the National Collegiate Championships U it wins the South ern Conference tourni/ment March 4-6. If the Southerners lose out they'd have to get conference per mission to, accept an NIT bid. It's know i'the-' NIT- has a bid all ready. . NEW YORK W — Fooball's Ivy League, long recognized by the public will become a reality in 1956 Tlir. announcement yesterday that the governing boards of the eight Jooscly associated Eastern colleges had approved a round- robin football schedule; immediately brouht up t'nc question: What will be the effect on the East's other football-playing schools. Thn round-robir schedule, which will require each Ivy team to play the ofher sev»r. in the group, is expected to go into effect for the 1956 season -• the first one for which schedules have not been drawn up. Tho change won't be too great, for most of the schools alaycd five or rix "league" games last season and both Princeton and ia had round-robin schedules in 1952. But it will leave such other institutions as Army, Navy, Colgate, Syracuse, Holy Cioss and .Rutgers ooking for some new opponents. Ivy League to Become a Reality i Sl' 1 Tho Brown, mouth Ivy League consists ot Columbia, Cornell, Dart- Harvard, Pennsylvania, Princeton and Yale. Since 1945, when (he presidents of these schools first began to formalize [he newspaper-created "league," :hey have been, limited to a mayi- mum of nine football games each season. The agreement just approved is largely a reaffirmation"•and rewording of the; principles first established in 1945 and added to in 1952 But it al?o includes approval of the principle o_f round-robin schedules in .other .' sports, thus drawing the member!? more than ever into .a tijihtiy-, knit group. The night Ivy schools compose the Eastern Intercolleiate Basketball League: and they're all members, with a few x others, of the baseball league, ^fiolf association and the heptagonal track associa- tioni ••-'-•.• When news .leaked out that the round-robin football schedule was contemplated, athietlc directors of some .other Eastern Colleges began 1 alking : about fnr'ming a new con- Eereiipe or. leaue. As far as can Oe learned, it' still is in the talk- in stage, although Syracuse Ath- letin. .Director Lew Andreas recently said a new conference "could se'"-formed this spring and actually ae'in operation by 1954 or 1957."- Saved Industry . The Australian ladybird' beetle once saved the x citrus -Industry of the entire California, coast. The beetle was'intrdduced in San Fran- ciscovto counteract ri an inseet war on'Jhe orange and lemon groves ahd;'devoured'the insects at a tre- Dr. Sttbhen C*w J* about W lw« His oati»« Norfolk in the mid-wept. r6r Army duty » the PaoiBe. His UM »r- wnted with hip WA fritoa, Dr. Craig Talboy. a skilled phyafclan. to com* to Norfolk' from m .distant city fpr the purpose of taking orer W pa" med- home. ,,n>py' alrrlTfes and by c«rr and hi* pis- itJly, at dinner..li? thflir . .rufTt'by handaoirie Talboy 1 * dynamic charm *nd »«iuie of humor y th« aarx force, cially b ... ' . Uy bad opWon of ,^i. ^ whole. her ______ .. Fearfully. »h« wonders yhrtlw, hfi husband's patients will find thi« blunt ly frank nonconformist, acceptable as their doctor. Carr leaTfea for hw mission . to the Orient; ind J>r, TAlboy promr^ly dismiosea Carr'fl tone devoted office clerk, Mta Q*)bb. He explain* the matter merely by stating that he 414 not care to be b,a«TrTdden py the woman. Shelly steps Tnto the want clerical poet wpnderlnif M she does so. what motive the poropoVs Carr family may attribute to her move. Sillcoals. «n ail- t due largely t° Jm.proper dust con- in factory plants/haalon? plagued ment trol i loial factory wor termines to uproo well aware Dr. Tamoy de- his «Tll at Its base « eft}" e of may bring about Industrial rtrlfe, "W^LL, ftiy 'goodness, child," ^__ >* ^.__ *.*L\A, csilxiia* ;;'Hf VOU'rC ; coiirje put kind, Bftt —oh, it's i»6tfso T inuch being, alone as it is not having definite duties to do at definite times. Going to the office gives me that" "Wiss CobU s»ya qhe,couldn't get along with th,e nev? doctor," said her rtster^in-law, Rwth, 1 "Oh, h»Ye you talked to her?'' "Yea; after aJl, v/e wanted, to Wwsw Why you, the .wife of a Cairr, should . Foi-ia brief mjniite : _ 7.. LI. ' - i : . . . •' l blue eyes lighter. "You M 'have asked, m«: there was ii»«y8te;ry tt- Pr. |» npjt Stephen. M is 9 be— an4— , djdnflt earrl« J»ad. every figijt to pU?a5l«d. "Po ypy know Dr, Talk boy?? 1 8he>8ke4 her 1 father-in-law. • "Q£ course ^e kjiow Wm! Btevjle brought the man he flfst csine to quie.Uy, "He hw"l»een very aoienyoMs about j4ai»t inspection and, pcnaonnej, examinations. I ajk oKce " tie saW , ed him out Here ' ght tor er. .-< . it tery Wfill. t; «HY* yoy, heard inask, cold and determined. It was ;his core of , ice which could crop up unexpectedly that made Shelly fear her father-in-law. His voice dropped to a rumble. "Don't wonder the Cobb girl left! Dont let him be rude to you, Shelly!" She smiled. "He's never shown any inclination. In fact, his manners are downright courtly." She quoted Stephen, "No one ever gets through a door behind Dr. Talboy." Everett seemed to be reconsidering. His next remark was in a milder voice. "Well, if you like the work, and get' along with the man —1 don't see why you shouldn't play around with a job, until you get tired of it," he conceded. "And If you do get along with him, I wish you'd do me a favor." Shelly was so surprised at the suggestion that she could only stare. "Use any influence you have, my dear, to get the man into line with the hospital! Three months is three months, and the time has come for him to show his hand. To do, or to 4o»'t.' And I wish you'd aee to it that it's do." "Papa," murmured May Anna. The next day Shelly put the question directly to Craig Talboy, and he answered her, after his own fashion. ''What," she said directly, "is the matter between you and the hospital?" "Did your father-in-law tell you to ask nae that?" he countered quickly, softly. Shelly sighed. "He indicated there 'was some sort of trouble. He didn't say what it was." "Tell you to bat your pretty eye' lashes? No! No, I withdraw that! He didn't, and you wouldn't. But maybe he suggested that,. as Stephen's — State's— wife, you could pass along a few orders?" "Jf you knew now unhappy they are about »y' working here, you'd not suggest that I was their stooge." He smiled, "So the Wtten has claws," he announced. Shelly said nothing, She had brought the record book and some mall to Dr. Talboy's desk for his attention, He was supposed to tell >,,* »»id Sljeqy, «<You ly Jcnpw WTO much bettor 4o," "Yes. mostly, pjay we«. and I cii4 a du^t," "•»<( (S&J4 t «Wf$hA her of outside calls he bad made, o<l any appointments; would indicate how to answer the mail. 'The only point of disagreement I've had with the hospital board," said Pr, TalJjoy gently, "is «ny {«U" to i9)i^ the loca| cl»aj>j»r ot the mi m §&0y,i *J^.*fflB»*' fact, I know he did." "Yes. Of course." "Why 'of course'I" , "I don't know anything about such matters, Dr. Talboy. But Stephen-usually did the things he was supposed to do." "Why? Because he was supposed to, or because he thought, for himself, that to do them was right?" ,5. "I don't know/' Shelly admitted. '' "But he does have a mind of his own. You know he does!" "I liked Carr fine—until 1 came here to work." "Did you know that Stephen had studied medicine 'against his f am- ' - ily's wish?" "Well, good for him! We'll mark that up on his chart! I always supposed the family, like most industrialists, had decided they could afford a professional man." ' ty "The Oarrs think there is nothing better than being a successful industrialist." He tipped back in his chair, and studied the ceiling while he considered that "Do they still hope Stevie will give^up-medicine?" "Don't call him that! But, yes—• they'd be pleased." "Bmnimnnnm," mused Dr. Talboy, his eyes closed. "Why haven't you joined, the ,^ Medical association here?" '* "Matter of principle." His tone was indifferent, She said nothing. "You admire principles?" One eye looked at her. "Sometimes." He sat up and faced her. "Shelly," he said earnestly, "I think you're mighty pretty, but—well, do you know anything—anything at ' all about the A.M.A. ?" ', "If you mean the American ,:*, Medical association . , ," ' ^" "I do," "Well, then—I recognize its prestige; I know it's a big organiza, • tion," "Of what kind of men ?" "Why, doctors." "What kind of doctors?" "If you're making fun of me . , ," . ' ( "I'm not, Shelly, I'm taking « sample of your information, just as the city goes around with bottles (| and takes samp)e> of water. The A.M.A, is a wfloppingibig organization, and it spends millions in advertising, publicity, propaganda —and all the average layman can ever tell me about it is that It's big, an4 has prestige, Now, Shelly, I'm not criticizing ypu, I'm blaming the A.M.A. They should teU you people what t&f

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