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H o M s t A *, H o p i, AMR AN s A s Friday, Pefeniary 2*, 19S4 _... I ED Office fi*j» fiefttffe t'utjlleatfou AttotiftWSi f«t- m i* K|M»)«L Out **»* ^BfvJ&a* JtJay Onyt fiayi Month ._: i»w • *.w ... 1,20 100 8.00 Vtt > 1M MM : 180 .SO '. 1.80 8.00 0.00 1,0$ 110 8.60, 10.50 1.30 2,40 4.W 1100 liSB 2.70 4.60 13,60 l.CO 1.00 1.00 18.00 For font 2 ROOM unfurnished epartmen with private bath. Close-fit Phone 7-2205, ll-tf 13 x 68 STORE building. JOO pt> cent location 2nd & Main St. Ono half of Vogue location. Utilities in eluding air-condition heating lights, and water. Ample window space. Call 7-2801 Mike KcJly. 24-3 7Sc par inch ^.,^-. 80c per inch . n ..« M <. 60c per inch » qu6t«d obovs or* for eon« Iroertlons. IrregulOr or iltlp- jftfSMll take the one*dtfy rot*. rioily tlosslflsd odveftMno Copy rcteptcd until 5' p.m. for ,. »•' <h« following ddy, I'pidriUhen res*rv» th« right to .edit, ollt,tidv*rti*em«nt» of- publlcation ond 'to r«jact ifionoW* advertising tub' 'of ' on* of mo*» letwra, flflurai such ok hoUMU numb«f» count o* on* , _ Star Will not b*' nipon. «Tr6r« In Wont Ad* urilclt called to out attention ", -Instrtion of od and LY th« ONE incorrtct E 7-3431 IESTAR »f ,,MOP« •". , Jonuory.-. mr m» ii*h&a?,'6vory Weekday afternoon by ;STAR PUBLISHING CO.. , :C,'"i£. , falmcivi President t H, VifoihburnOecy-Tr**, , t> f the Star JBuUdlnB , • H*- South ' Walnut Strttt, .Hopa, Arkaruai 5 KOOM house. Proving Grount rond.Modern conveniences. Gar dert. Phone 7*4600. 24-3 BEAUTIFUL 2'stofy house with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's room Located at Southwest Proving , Ground, Officer's Quarters. Call: POSTER-ELLIS , REALTY CO. ask for Charles Baker phone 7-4691. 24-31 3 HpOM unfurnished apartment. Private bath & entrance. Apply 412 North Main. 25-3t 2 ROOM Unfurnished apartment with all bills paid. 620 East Third Phone 7-3044. 25-3t 2 ROOM furnished apartment with private entrance. Electric refrigerator and washing machine. Utilities paid. Phone 7-3193. 25-31 AVAILABLE March 1. 2 bedroom apartment. 402 South Hcrvey, See 0. L. Bowden. 26-3t For Sole PEA Gravel, washed, and foad gravel. 'Soil.nnd rhasonary sand available Phorte 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb; IMMo. ; T HIW>«hbuni, Editor & PublMwr i-.H, Jon<a, : Managlnu Editor " tfoitntr, Moch. Supt. Monogar M*tfii" 4a'second-flan matter at f flee at Hppo,. Arkonsat, t'or' MorcK 3^18^7- Of tlifl Audit Bur«ou «« ;'flptlori Ratoi :(payabl« In od- ieVi In Hopn and neighbor- , ,^ Represoototlvei: ;ton»B« .DaHilos, Inc.; 1602 Sterick ehiph'' *< Tenn., 505 Texas » ! i T Pollo^?, J«» W 360 N. §.-AVe f , ChleoOo-J, III.) 60 E, FNew Vtirk' )7kN,'Y,; 1763 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Ark ansas. Nice' modern five room house E, M. Braswell Prescott. Phone 683-W. Feb. 1-lMo. HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavitt, Phone 7-2110. 3-tf 80 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. 10-1 Mo. MLXED Lespedeza" and Johnson Grass Hay, Reasanable. See Noel ,Nash, Lewisville, Arkansas. 20-6t OVER 500 world's finest daffodils and narcissus. Some blooming' -now. Sed them this month and next. Arthur Gray, Ofcail, 22-6t NO. 1 KOBE lespedeza 90 per cent or better Germination. Scarified ' arid non' Scarified. POTTED, tomato plants, both tree hybrid,'! and regulars. Complete line of garden and field seeds. E. M. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE 23-6t t '.Bi Bl ., Oatrolt; 2,;/y4|<;h.; ''Okiohomq r City 2, f-of" the Asspeloted* Pres»! eipted Prijss i» entitled ex- |Jy«ly,4o'«the u»o for republlcotipn * focal news printed In -- r ' ^MATTRESSES j; PC Made Into Innerspring Guaranteed Day .Service > '& Mattress Co. ^-"Jm .Street Phone 7-3212 "From , Dae- al|iblended with silk, *f Spring'and sum- BUY Certified Black Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower. $1.75 per lb. prepaid. - Packed in "i, 5, and 10 lb. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-12t 8 FOOT meat counter,, complete with meat Ways. Meat block, food chopper. Contact Harold Payne at PJunkett Jarrell Grocery Co. 24-3t Political Announcements The Star 1* authorized to an* Bounce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Demo* cratlc primary elections. Per trftasurer HARRY HAWTHORNS CLIFFORD BYEHS DWIGHT RIDGD1LL Pere* Rates Nod Over Aging Pep BY MuttHAY ROSE NEW YORK —UP) It's the oM SPORTS ROUNDUP «*»™*** QAYUB Madison Square Garden tonight f ° " , ? CW .' • C0me , when 31-year-old Willie Pe risk^ ba ? eba " tralmn « camps u to Willie Pen risk« ! eo irainuiK camps up i fistic future against 20-year.i point ")" Le ° Du ™* e E;. th f man - • - • *"jc«i , agel . O f t)le New York Giants, say Fir County Clerk ARNOLD 3. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY <AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON Per Sheriff and Collector W, B, (Bill) RUGOLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L, RETTIG Real Estate for Sale VELL located in North part of lope, this nice, 2-bedroom house. Priced right to sell, call: .FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. 108 East 2nd St Phone 7-4091 HOPE. ARKANSAS 24-3t his old Lulu Perez in a 10-rouhder. The Brooklyn speedboy, onlv n when the Hartford, Conn., master won the featherweight for the first time is a slight 0 „ favorite to dash the ring-scarred Pep's hopes of v getting another crack at the 120-pound title The (ABC) and p. m. EST. bout will be broadcast telecast (NBC) at 10 Costly Cord Rookies on Ailing List ST. PEERSBURG, Fin., (fl— All $100,000 rookies have come up with last season was 7hat"'it suffered spring training ailments, none bc- 1 ing that he already has settled upon a starting lineup and intends tc stick with it, barring the imforseen If Leo means it, and there is good reason to believe that he does, this might well mean tha' the National League is about to engage in a real old-fashioned threo- ciub -Donneybrook instead of the two-club duel between Brooklyn ami Milwaukee which is generally being smoked up. Instead of finishing fifth, as they did last season, the Polo Grounders could with a break here and there stay in the thick of the battle. The consensus among those who followed the famous old club all lioved serious. Tom Alston, Negro first base- Wonted to Buv SULTIVATOR for ."A" John Deere tractor. Quote, price. Write J. R. Rpyengu, Emmet, Route 2. 24-Ot Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5.00. . Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give the best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. :OX'S Cafe at Fulton will serve Turkey dinner, Sunday February 28. $1.00 per plate-plus drinks. 26-3t 1UBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Best-in-Reading material. Complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Phone 7-4610. Dale Hartsfield. Feb. 5-lMo % . For Sale or Trade model Ford Tractor, cultivator, planters, and .distributors, 14" mold board plow and spring tooth harrow, reasonable. Terms Elmer May, Bodcaw, Pump Station. . 25-6t Income Taxes ' TWO Accountants to-Help''you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3766. •• Feb. 9-lMo, SCOTT-Atwater outboard motor TA HP. A-l condition. Reasonable. ,E. N, Grjsham. Bodcavv. 24-31 SIX room Jjouse to be moved. 208 East 6th Street Elmer Neighbors. Phone 7-3813. 25-3t JOHNSON Grass Hay. On Allen farm, 5 miles north 'of Hope. Houte 3. Phone 7-4979, William Schooley. 26-Ct fph Montgomery >-t ,- P^pno 7-3361 .^EptWY 6HQP, g&gfo ' ' Ptfone 7-861B gfimpMPffimu >n, m , mt >, { Ai JUST % mile from city limits. Good 6 room house. 20 acres land, chicken house and yard. All fenced. Pecan and Apple trees. Natural gas. 28-3t GREENING REALTY CO Phone 7-4161 USED lumber and roofing build, ing JO be wrecked by buyer. For information Phone 7-2091, 26-31 Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and innerspring wprk. Cobb Mattress Co 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Feb, MMo. CALL Payne Brothers, House Movers, - insured contractors, Public Service Commission number M-142S. 313 central Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo, Hopes to Make Good With Yanics ST* PETERSBURG Fla., (/P) El;on Howard, first Negro ever tn ear n. New York. Yankee uniform, realistic about' his chances to win a berth on baseball's world champions. He knows the odds are against;him. ':•.,,•'' "I would like to stick," the 25- year-old. St. Louisian said today, "but I have no illusions about my stage of development. After all I've had only two years in organized baseball. "If I am sent back, I will take it' the right way, with a promise to come back a better player, In man, arrived at the Cardinls' camp here yesterday with a sore back. Trainer Doc Weaver said of Alston: "Call it a cold, or lumbago, or just a stitch in the back like we all get some time or another." Memo Luna, the Mexican left- handed pitcher, has needed .massage on his pitching arm.but was throwing with some authority yesterday. .; Alex Grammas, shortstop prospect, was still resting a lame ; right shoulder but was expected to test his arm over the, weekend. • MOADCA8TUW 9VSTEM the meantime, I am fighting stick.'" ;•,"-;. to Legal Notice Notice NOTICE is hereby given that Norman Moore requests a permit \o remove a gasoline tank from the Archer Building in Block 37, City of Hope, and to install it near Fred Luck's building in Block 52 on South Walnut Street, City of Hope. Date of hearing is set for the regular Council Meeting on March 2, inthe City Hall. Mrs. Chas. F. Reynerson, City Clerk Feb. 19, 26 Friday ' ; 5:00 Bobby Benson — M .5:30 Wild Bill Hickok — M 5:55 Headline News — M 6:00 KXAR Supper Club 6:15 Evening Edition News 6:30 Gabriel Heatter — M ^6:,45 .Perry _Corno—,,JM •7:00 Inside 'Story •• -v»' •"< 7:15 Bobcat ' Football"; 9:40 Tunes' By Telephone 10:00 Final Edition. News 10:15 United Nation Today 10:30 Dance Orch. — M. 10:55 Lets Look At The Weather lliOO Sign Off . Saturday 5:57 Sign On 6:00 Rythm Round Up 6:15 Nesvs & Markets 6:30 Hillbilly Favorites 7:00 Alarm Clock Club 7:25 Sports Report 7:30 News, Breakfast Edition 7:40 Calendar Of Events ' 7:45 Morning Devotional 3:00 Saturday. Hit Parade 9:00 Woody Woodpecker — M 9:30 Headline News — M through poor, or at least indifferent, management. Durocher himself has been quoted as saying he did a bad job which is the most remarkable admission we can recall a manager having made. In many eyes it made Leo a much bigger man. The manager's biggest mistake as he is implicitly admitting in his opening communique from Phoenix, was in juggling his players around until they had all of it they could stand and finally quit on him when they still were in third place. Of their last 64 games, they won only 24. It was not, of course, all Leo's fault.,The.failure of his,two. back- sprung pitching stars Larry Jansen and Sal Maglie, to regain anything like their pennant-winning form of 1951, made it impossible to match Brooklyn's burning pace. But it was the player juggling, Leo's critics say, that brought on the complete collapse. The uncertainty and discontent among the Giants began almost from his first day of training, when Durocher announced that he was shifting his field, captain, Alvin Dark, from shortstop to second base and installing the slick fielding rookie, Daryl Spencer, at short. It: looked like a sensible move, on the surface but it never worked but and the club never fully recovered from the effects of .the experiment. Spencer after squarely in the being struck face by a Mike Garcia fast ball in an exhibition game with Cleveland, never lived up to his promise, and except at first base the entire Giants'infield remained in ferment as Durocher shifted his men about like a three- card monte dealer. ,It took; him. too, long to find that Hank Thompson was his third baseman and that Don Mueller could play all the right field required. But time. Leo finally made up mind, his players apparently longer. cared. . Basketball By Unltid Press EAST St. John's 06; New York Uni versily 62 St. Francis (N.Y.) 69; lona 61 St. Louis 77 St. Bonaventure 7; Canisius 83: Bnuffalo 75 Connecticut 75: Massachusetts Of Princeton 77 Pennsylvania 61 Elizabethtown 83 Susquehanna 44. Alderson- Broaddies 83; Bethany 60 SOUTH Hampton 98; Virginia State 81 Alabama St. Tchrs 81; Bethune- ^ciokman 03 Maryland 74 William and Mary r )5 Virginia 93; Roanoke 71 West Virginia Tech 86; West Liberty 74 Bcckley 80 Davis and Elkins 60 Lenoir Rhyne 84; Appalachian Tchrs 61 Morris Harvey 65; Concord 60 Virginia Union 76 J. C. Smith 70 MIDWEST Akron 77; Heidelberg 73 Bowling Green 107; Dayton 73 Notre Dame 79 Marquettc 66 Phio U. 81: Marshall 63 St ; - Norberts 73 St. Josephs (Ind.) 70 Morehead 92:' Tennessee Tech 55 (1st; round, Ohio Valley Conf. ournament). WEST Seattle 80; Portland 64 the .Ms no 9:35 Woody Woodpecker 10:00 Helen Hall — M 10:15 Town & Country 10:30 Headline'News — M 10:35 U: S. Military Ac. Bands '.'.•• • • M. . .11:00 Jelly .Elliott Phil Won't Be Accused of Loafing 11:15 11:30 Church Calendar & Hymns Legal Notice FpR your upholstering and slip covering call: Mrs. Tom Duckett. Phone 7-3794, 26-6t Real Estate Wanted buyers for all si?e farms. List today. United Farm Agency, 101 East Front. Phone 7i3766, Feb. 0-JMo. U>I9 M, PURTEUU a Mmplete line Pf COSMETICS at , . Hazel's Beauty Shop, Phone 7-2878, Come In for free con- Siiltatlon. Home Phone 7-2156. LOK!!! UEGAL NOTICE The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Blevins School District No. 2 of Hempstead County on Saturday, March 20," between the hours of 8:00 a, m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax of 28 mills to be levied for debt ser vice and general fund for the op eration of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No, 1 for a period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Ralph Boyce Secretary of School Board Feb. 13, 19, 26 Legal Notice UEQAU NOTICi The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Hempstead County School District Np. 3 of Hempstead County on Sa.turd.ay, March 20, between the hours of 8:OQ a. m. and 6:3p p. m. The electors will vote a $ch.<jol tax of ?4 rniii s to fee lev|ed ftsr debt service an,4 gejier|»i fund for the opera' tion ol schools of said district and for two board members to be ,.. for post No, I tor a period, five year? and Post No,. 2 for a 1o4 W two roars. dttrfet Hymns From' Harding Noon News Man On .The Farm — M Symphonies For Youth — M Headline News — M 101 Ranch Boys — M Bandstand U. S. A. — M Sports Parade — M Salute To A Nation'— M Mac Guire Show — M Headline News .-— M Teen-Agers Unlimited — M Headline News — M Otto Thurns Orch. -• M Tax Tips — M Together Wo Stand ---M Headline News — M KXAR Supper Club Evening New* Country Music Time Interlude Cocil Brown News — M 7:00 Twenty Questions — M 7:30 Virginia Barn Dance — M 8:00 New England Barn Dance' M Lombardo Land U. S. A M Chicago Theatre — M Final Edition News Dance Orch. — M News Sign Off 11:45 12:00 12:30 1:25 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:05 5:00 5:05 5:15 5:30 5:55 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 6:55 8:30 9; 00 10; 00 10:15 10:55 11:00 By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer The Philadelphia Phillies may not come up with a crew of whiz kids this season like they did in 1950 when they won the National League pennant, but they'll defi nitely not be accused of loafing. .Maybe Steve O'Neill is thinking of .the fate of his predecessor, Eddie Sayer. After the Phils astounded one and all by winning in '50, they fell to fifth in '51, fourth in '52, and got home' in a tie for third last year. Sawyer was let go in the mid- die of the '52 season when it became aparent that his charfes were boing novvhere in particular. Some of the experts said he was too lenient with the kids. Everyone was agreed that the youngsters couldn't take the prosperity and spent too much time reading their press clippings. This year O'Neill said, the Phillies will hold regular morning practice sessions—and that goes even after night games. If the club keeps climbing it should be at least a contender for the pennant, and O'Neill is taking no chances. By The Associated Press 3lg Eleven Junior Boys Fort Smith 42; Pulaski Heights (Little Rock) 25 Fourth Street (North Little Rock) 42; East Side) Little Rock) 27 West Side (Little Rock) 34; Pine Bluff 27 Fort Smith 46 Texarkana 32 Hot Springs 59; North Heights Texarkana) 25 District 1 Class A Junior Boys Rogers 37; Van Buren 33 Green Forest 33; Berryville 27 Huntsvillc 37 Bentonville 29 District 1H Senior Girls Mulberry 64, Siloam Springs 32 Alma 53 Lincoln 41 District 1E Class B Junior Boys ; Pyatt 49; Eureka Springs 44 Valley Springs 72; Lead Hill 54 . Yellville 56 Omaha 54 district 1W Class B Junior Boys Prairie Grove 37 Greenland 21 Mulberry 46; Pea Ridge 27 District 2 Class A Junior Boys Batesville 45; Bald Knob 34 Searcy 46; Tuckerman 39 Walnut .Ridge 48 Pleasant Plains Big Winner in Oaklawn Feature HO TSPRINGS, MB— A sprinter who won 11 of his 16 races last year, G. R. White' s Luck Williams* made his seasonal debut in the $2500 allowance feature at Oak lawn Park today. Luck Williams was expected to provide the strongest challenge to Reynolds Brothers' Haskell in the Delta-C&S Air Lines Purse. Haskell finished second in his first start at Oaklawn last Saturday, and was favored to gain the winner's circle today. Six others are entered in the 5','2 furlong event, including C. E. Buckley's Diamond Ned, J. and G. Hejna's Gus Fan, J. C. Montana's Jay H.K.G. Sickles' Silver Leaf E.H. Glass" Mt. Muinaru, and A. Hockeriburg's Mr. T. A. A daily double payoff of $760.40 highlighted yesterday's card which proved to be a big payday for the longshot players. Irish Figures to Go to the NCAA Meet By BEN OLAN NEW YQRK, W— The way they're knocking over all opposi- lion, Notre Dame's Fighting Irish 'igure to go a long way in the NCAA Basketball Tournament next month. The South Bend team, ranked 6th n the nation, won its 14th straight ast night, trouncing Marquette 79 06 and making its overall season record 18.2. With only two more regular season games to play against Loyola of Chicago and Marquette, Notre Oame is almost certain to finish with its best vhen it won Che Irish are 24 Beebe 43 McCrory 39 District 2N Class B Junior Boys Mammoth Springs defeated Strawberry (forfeit) Calico Rock 65; Egypt 1 5 Viola 44; Clover Bend 31 District 2S Class B Junior Boys Grubbs 40 Beedeville 34 Rosebud 50; Soiithside 33' Harding Academy 33; Charlotte 32 ' Desha 63 Newark 37 District 3 Class B Junior Boys Valley view 48; Lepanto 39 McCovmick 37; Missco 34 (overtime) Marmaduke 95 Luxora 39 Tyronza defeated Greenway (for feit) . . : . Caraway 36; Knobel 24 Cash 42; Marion 26 Lake City 46 Amorel 42 Dyess 67 Earle 17 District. 3 Class A Junior Boys Leachvllle 81; Alexander 30 Marked Tree 23; Harrisburg 17 BIytheville 43 Monett 29 Jonesboro 46 Bay 32 District 4 Class A Junior Mena 51 Greenwood 28 Paris 21; Jenny Lind 17 Mansfield 32; Waldron 30 Mena 55 Booneville 29 Boys KCMC Television 5:30 6:45 6:50 C:55 7:OQ Saturday, February 27th 4:00 Test Patten 4:30 Mystery Theatre Feature Theatre News Weather Sports The Big Picture 7:30 Amateur Hour NBC 8:00 Two for the Money CBS 8:30 I Married Joan NBC 9:00 Medallion Theatre CBS {):30 News and Weathev Capsule 8:33 Channel 6 Theatre 10:35 Sign Olf NEW YORK, Wi— Listening to Eob HQJJe; 8 9:39 " Wr Phil «uj[ Selvy Heads the All-Star Cage Team By TED MEt-KR NEW YORK, W! — Furman's Frank Selvy, who sots a major college record every time he scores a basket, tops the 1954 Associated Press All-America Collegiate Bas- 1 kelball Team announced today. Named as Selvy's teammates by a vote of . 365 sportswriters and broadcasters were Don Schlundt of Indiana; Tom Gola of LaSalle; Cliff Hagsn of Kentucky; and Bob Pettit of Louisiana State. Not since the heyday of Easy Ed MaCauley of St. Louis back in 194,9 ha.s a player been accorded as many votes as Selvy, % native of CwWn, Ky, *• » He wus picked on the first team on 280 ballots 41 times on the team. In other words he . \va_s named on 321 of the 395 ballots from all parts gt the country. Qn-the basis ol five points, lor 9 tepm. vpte an4 two points for District 4 Class B Junior Boys Dardanelie 31 Hartford 27 Oden 49; Dover 24 Norman 37;' County Line 31 Huntsbille defeated Plain View 'forfeit) District 5 Class A Junior Boys Malvern 47 England 31 Comvay 32; Sheridan 24 Jacksonville 30; Benton 22 Morrilton 30 Catholic High (Little Rock) 26 District 5N Class B Senior Boys Greenbrier 64 Shirley 52 Enola 50; Mayflower 47 District 6N Class B Junior Boy Shirley 46; Center Ridge 36 Vilonia 47; Scotland 10 District 5S Class B Junior Boys Deaf School (Littl Rock) 49 Fuller 28 Lakeside 45; Magnet Cove 34 Jessie villo 36; Cutter-Morning Star 33 District C Class A Junior Boys Helena 38 Wynne 34 DeWitt 46; Brinkley 29 Forrest City 54; McLane 22 Des Arc 29 Marjanna 28 season since 1935 22 and dropped 2. scheduled to open .heir bid for the NCAA title in a 'irst round game against Loyola of New Orleans at Fort Wayne, 'nd., on March 9. As usual, Captain Dick Rosen- hal was the big man for Notre Dame.The rangy center contributed 29 points and placed his hreo-year scoring total at 1014 ooints adding ^ to the school record . he set against Pennsylvania last week. Seattle, which faces Idaho State in another NCAA first round game at Corvallis, Ore., on March 9 also extended its winning streak by downing Portland 80-64. The Chieftains now have piled up 25 straight since their opening game loss to Wichita. NCAA- officials .filled the tourney's last at-large berth yesterday with the selection of Penn State. The Nittany Lions with an 11-5 record, will meet Toledo in the other half of Notre Dame-Loyola double-header. Meanwhile, things weren't working out as smoothly for the Nation al Invitation Tournament which stijl needs four teams. First, Bowling Green turned down a bid early yesterday, claiming the New York competition would conflict with examination week at the Ohio school. Then, last night, the Falcons stunned Dayton, already an NIT entry 107-73 handing the Flyers their sixth loss in 29 games. Bill Uhl Dayton's 6-11, 'dropped in 27 points, but Bowling Green controlled the backboards and outscored its opponents in every quarter. St. Francis of Brooklyn, also in Final Home Basketball ' Game Tonight The Stamps girls and boys teams will come to Hope tonight for a return game with the local fives. Its the final home game of the season for the local teams. The first.*., contest starts at 7 o'clock. v In the Junior girls tourney at Garland last night the Hope ladies downed Guernsey 42 to 32. Other scores were: Ashdown 55, Saratoga 34; Fouke 43, Kirby 31; North Heights 44, Emmet 26. Hope will play Ashdown at 8 tonight in the semifinals. In the 7W "B" Junior boys meet at Spring Hill last night Umpire defeated Willisville 35 to 34 Lewls- ville downed Genoa 47 to 33; Sara- toga bowed to Delight 52 to 28 ' ' while Spring Hill outscored Guernsey 47 to 33. Tonight's semifinals pairs Umpire and Lewisville in the first game with Delight and Spring Hill. At Gurdon in the Junior 7W "A" division Prescott dovvndd Gurdon 33 to 22. AP College All-American Team Named NEW YORK (/P) — The 1954 Associated Press Collegiate Basketball All-America is determined by a vote of 365 sportswriters and broadcasters: FIRST TEAM . Player, school Pts. £•; Frank Selvy, Furman (280) 1,482 " Don Schlundt, Indiana (209) 1209 Tom Gola LaSalle (202) 1,146 Cliff Hagan, Kentucky (193) 1,101 Bob Pettit LSU (102 784 ' SECOND TEAM Beyo Francis, Rio Grande ("9) 767 • Bob Leonard, Indiana (93) 595 Prank Ramsey, Kentucky (82) 580 Dick Ricketts, Duquesne (70) 490 •> Tom Marshall, Western Ky (51) " 406 g , . THIRD EAM Togo Palazzi, Holy Cross (39) 337 Arnold Short, Okla City (36) 264 Bob Mattick, Okla A&M (27) 261 Johnny Kerr, Illinois (21) 197 Dick Hemric, Wake Forrest (25) 191 -i i. Honorable mention included Cleo Littleton, Wichita, 82 points, and B. H. Born, Kansas 68. / .. *J Legal Notice IN.THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS QUINTON PEFFER YOUNG VS. PLAINTIFF NO. 7587 the.NIT whipped lona in the first game of the final regular season Madison Square dpubleheader. Hank Daubenschmidt's 25 points paced the Terriers who captured their 14th victory in a row. St. John's made it an "all Brooklyn night" by downing NYU 66-62 in the second game. Princeton's red-hot Tigers shook up Ihe Ivy League standings with a 77-61 victory over Penn. Cornell thus regained the lead with a 7-2 record. Princeton and Penn each have 8-3. DiMaqqio Says Vic Will Win Games SAN FRANCISCO, CW— Joe DJ- Maggio predicts Vic Rasihi, New York Yankee pitcher sold to the St. Louis Cards, "will be a consistent winner' this season. DiMaggio, former Yankee outfielder, added "I doubt much that Vic is washed up. "I can't understand the deal at all. It was reassuring to play behind Raschi. Day in, day out, he's just about tops." star very District 6 Class 8 Junior Bpys Moro 31 Thomastine 19 Wheatley 40; Barton 21 Hickory Ridge 32; Marvel! 28 Cherry Valley 31 Clarendon 26 Cotton Plant 24, Holly Grove 23 EalJne 44 Hazen 20 Parkin 5?; peValls Pluff 16 Hughes 33; Vanndlae 25 District 7 e.Class A Jynlpr Boys Thornton 36 Magnolia 27 Camden 30; Smackover 23 Emerson, £3; Fordyce 41 Stephens 49 Fairvie.w 35 Piftrlpt 7W das? A Prescott 33; 7W Fights Last Night BY THE ASSPCIAEP PRESS Johnstown, Pa—Jacques Roycr, 159'/2, France stopped ony Anthony 157, New York, 8. West Palm Beach Fla—Bobby Elliott 150, LouisvjiUe outpointed Emerson Butcher, 146, Rock land III. 10, Is Ne\yark N, J.,—Harold Carter, 187, Linden, outpointed Joe Lindsay 188 Brooklyn, 8. District 8N Class B Junior Roys Altheimer 32; Sheriff 37 Rlson 45; Linwood 2.9 Humphrey 41 Whitehall 37 District 8§ Class A Jwnlpr Boy? 55 Eudora SO j MsGphw 90 Sta,r HERMAN AARON .. DEFENDANT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there g- has been filed in my office as V Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, a petition for the confirmation of the title to Lots 2, and 5 .of Block 4 and all of Block No.' 5 of the original addition to the City of Shover Springs and also, the following parcel of land situated in SW quarter of the SW quarter (SWV4 SW>/4) of Section seven (7), township thirteen (13) South, Range Twenty-three (23) West, and more particularly described as follows: f Start 'at the Southwest corner of ^; said SWV* of the SW% of Section 7, Township 13 South, Range 23 West and run thence .North 425 feet to the point of. beginning; thence East 200 feet, thence North 330 feet, thence West 200 feet thence South 330 feet back to the point of beginning. All of said lands being situated in the County of Hempstead and State, of Arkansas. And the quieting of the title to the same in a Quinton Peffer Young, Petitioner V herein. ( The said Quinton Peffer Young claims title to said lands by right of survivorship and by virtue of his purchase thereof on the 27th day of July, 1945, from G. H. Beckworth and Bonnie Beckworth. Also for the confirmation pf the title in him to the follow- , ing lands lying in Hempstead County Arkansas, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 Block 1, Lots 2, 5, 6 and 7 Block 3, Lots 1 and 4, B.lock 'fp 4 of the original addition to'/the City of Shover Springs as evidenced by the following deeds issued by Claude A. Rankin, Commissioner of State Lands to Q. p. Young, plaintiff herein, Deed No. 93213 issued on the 12th day of February, 1946, and recorded in Deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 330 on the 19th day of February, 1946, Deed No. 93212 issued on the 12th day of February, 1946, and recorded on 23rd day of April, 1946, in Deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 482, And Deed No. 93844 issued pn the 15th day of May, 1946, and recorded in deed Record Book No. 192 at Page 585 on the 10th day of June, 1846. The said Quinton Peffer Young claims title to said lands by virtue of his purchase thereof from Claude A. Rankin, State Land Conv missioner, on the dates aforesaid, |u pursuance pf authority vested In sajd State Land Commissioner. AU persons who can set up any rjght to the lands so purchased, in consequence of any informality or any Irregularity connected with such gales,, are hereby called upon to sh<?w cause at the April 1, 1954 adjourned term of the Hempstead Qfeancery Court why said sales so made shall not ¥& confirmed.. J!fc? I LV2* w E ^ band as Clerk •*> Wf Chancery Court

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