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AdsMast fee In Ofllbe bay Before Publication MOM ifAft, HOP1, ARKANSAS , March 5, 1IS4 . If* S» AfitT . Wifcwsd Wfrti thi AeowM It Pty* nt It vtMma. Political Announcements ... washed, and road Soil nhd masonary sand available Phone 7-8559, Jesse , Sinclair. Feb. IMMo. Oft* -ttuNM lift Oa* ~ Month .ISO 160 ,0.00 10.60 19.00 11.80 16.00 IF1ED DISPLAY 75c p«t 606 j^fef duett 60c pet inch i/qu6t»d obova ott -for eon- trv* Insertion*. (regular ,or sklp- Odl will ttk« the 6n*-ddy fat*. daily ela««lfl*d advtrtltino copy ''-d until tf-W. f« foilowlDfl (toy. . , . rt*erv« ih» «6M Hi t •of*«dU l art odvtfrthenwnts of- for publkatldh and to r«)«ct .6dv*rt!tina tub, , on* or mori lett«tt, t.or flaurk* men 01 MUM* number* couM o» on* r_rfwp^^tof 'Wllr oot'txi rvipon* Mofferw* In Want Ad* unl*t* T -.-te«",n»4 eejIW, sto our ..attention «ft«« !f FIRST 4niertlon ot-'Vad - <in<J for ONLY the ONE Incorrect ft.l' HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. McDavltt. Phone t-2116. s-tf 8d 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. BUY Certified Black Diamond Watermelon seed direct from .grower. , $1.75 per, Ib. prepaid. Packed in 1, 5, and 10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdnle, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-121 candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections. Pbh Tfea*urer HARRY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS 33WIGHT RIDGD1LL For County Clerk ARNOLD J, MiDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS' ARTHUR ANDERSON BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties: Dannie Ham'»ton. Feb 27-JMo. STAR NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING—CLOSE IN PRIVATE parking space, by the j month,now available, at parking lot, «rear of St.' Mark's Episcopal Church, 3rd and Elm. Contact Joe Mason at Frisco Depot Daily, after 2 p. m; l-Ot For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Cage Attendance Up in Southwest DALLAS Iff! — Attendance at 72 Southwest Conference basketball home games last season drew 181,242 spectators, an increase of 18, 627 over the 1952-53 season. However, the average attendance per game dropped from 2,541 to 2.512. Arkansas, Texas, Rice, Southern Methodist and Baylo eg- istered attendance. except take the sun for : a few days, and very little after that. Batting practice was much more was known out until about the Real Estate Wanted of , Hopi 1890} Pin* ,1*27 CehkolldoUtl January 18, 1»2» £j-w.> -• ' -weekday Afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. COMBINE "International, 42 inch" cut, tractor "Farmall 10^20", orchai'd type on rubber, mowe'r "Case" horse-drawn truck 1942 Dodge, % ,ton, oats, 1,200 bushels bulk or sack 1933 crop, saw logs, 12,000 board feet (more or Jess) irt \yoods. Bids will be accepted until March 10, 1954. Experiment Station, Hope, Ark. Phone 7-4458. 2-6t m, Editor & Publlihw • tdltar ' ., -'vW.^Hoimcr, M«C!V. Supt. : Dovti, Advcrtltlng Manager Entered ai second clast maftbr,or ...,'Po«f Office at Hope, Arkonta»; Mijdcr the Act, or March 3, 1897; I HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front. Phone 7-3766. Feb. 9-lMo. UP town home. 6 rooms 517 West 3rd street. • NEAR school. 5 room home. Paved street. 210 North Ferguson. Good home for little cash. WEST side home, 5 room. Lot 100 x 390. Priced '.$3750.00. . 620 NORTH in a in. 4'rooms. Make offer. 4 LOTS. 12 rooms. Rented $50.00 Month. Buy for $3700.00. 4-6t R, D,: FRANKLIN COMPANY LAST CALL PURE lespedeza hay, alfalfa, also mixed bermuda and Johnson grass. Ross Gillesple. 2-6t MODERN 5 room home. Venetian blinds. Floor .furnace. Attic fan. 3 blocks from school. Located 608 North Elm. '2-6t of tbr Audit 0urtou ; •» .Circulation! % f >(payabl*'ln ad-'* jififrii *- ' •" S^ ^ * T '» l«r ? lri Hopt and p«lghbor- , -' - 1 " 3 ' ' "'" * " , ROW international cub tractor. •<< Breaking plow and cultivator. -., Jess .Wood. Blevins, Ht. 1. 3-3t EQUITY in ui Custom, tudor Ford. Radio, , heflter and overdrive. Phone 7-5544,* 4-3t ••or / M .;.., v ......i3,<) - t'l.CAdvortl.lng^RepresBnto'tlvai: Hilai, Inc.; 1602 StarlcK ft»!l ls l2 ' Tenn - s °5 *T9*a» (jiBldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. i—- *..- B-; sTSj-,*-; * iclatod fPfeu: .-.„.„., ..j 1 entitled ex- to the use for irepbblicqtjon local news p'rinfad In this 05 well a$ all iAP new* UPHOLSTERY Covers. Also 1 custom ps''i M , eortilsh boards spreads. Work. GuaranJ: W. GODWIN hp|>e t 7.q4l4 A16 West Division Iff; -MATTRESSES MI* or Made Intp'lnnersprlng i,l-v \Work Guaranteed ter One Day-Service —— ^,4^ ,- DAVIS ' Furniture & Mattress Co. "ffi ^e,l,m Street Phone 7-3212 Life Ins. Co. .on-Canoellable /. Hospltallzation - Health .TA-- \ ', * Apcident 'JAn Arkansas Company for ys-" i Ari?an,sa? Pepplg" '.,. V€LM Hamburger ;8?reet Tajlpr Shpp 13PM-' FARM MUTUAL ICEHUBBARD b*^f ek ' J SWEET Potatoes S?ed. ' Allgold ' certified, at $3.50 per bushel. 0. B. Hodnett. Rt. 3. Hope. Phone 7-4983. .„ ''. / f 4-tf' BLOOMING pot' plants azaleas geraniums, begonias, lilies and all Kinds of plants lor yard. 'Campbell's Florist. iShop. 1804. ,, Phone- 7-442:1 4-3't ; s JSAR Corn. $1.50 now.'.Price'subject' '•'to change. Parker Rogers, 11| miles on Colunvbus Road. 5-3t' Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks 7-9989. Cleaned. Phone March I-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. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. 4-tf Help Wanted 25 WORKING Men,'colored or white to travel Avith Circus. Meals and sleeping berth • Furnished. Good pay. Contact .Circus Manager, Fair Grounds in Prescott, Arkansas,. ; ..;;•;,..;. . ,-.' . . ; ',, "':. 4 t et For Rent 1949 4 DOOR Plymouth. Good condition. Reasonable. Billy Monts. 1103 South Main. 5-3t PtTRE-Bijed,Dalmatian puppies, 4 ftl males* $f.OO each. 2 females $5.00 'each',-J. "I*. Adams, Jr. Emmet Rt. 2. • , 5-3t flOME grown Korean lespedeza.' , Cleaned and tested. .Germination .87 per cent. $20 per hundred. W. A. Alford & Son, Rt. 3, Hope, 5-61 CLEAN 1948 model Vj ton Dod~ge truck. Cheap'for quick sale. Orren Grocery. & mile out on Rosston Road. 5-3t Notice VOTE "Boley's all new Courts" when guests arrive or tourists inquire. 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5:qO. M ^ Feb. 17-1 Mo. We giv.e the best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Best-inrReading material. Complete sports. KCMC-TV programs, Phpne 7-4610. Dale Hartsfield, Feb. CQX'S 'Cafe at ,Fulton will serve hjck^n, dinner Sunday March 7th 4-OQ p?r plate-plus drinks. 4-3t 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath, Close-In. Phone 7-2205. ' r ..'.';.'. ll-tf 3 BEDROOM house.Partially furnished. Excellent condition, Nice neighborhood. Phone 7-3705 after 5 p. m/ ' . 27-tf NEWLY Decorated 3 room apartment. $20.00. Share bath and utilities. .816 West 4th., Phone 7-3152. '':',:• ',•'•' l-6t 5 ROOM house. Call James Cobb at 7-2622, 4-3t AVAILABLE March J3th to working lady. Bedroom, use of Kit' then. Mrs, J, B. Baber. 112 West 18th Street, '-•':, .//•. 4-Ot TWO room furnished apartment Upstairs, close-In. 418 South Elm. Mrs. J. W. Turner. v: 4-3t* 3 ROOM furnished apartrnent. Private : bathi 203 'High street. Phone '7-3174.' 5-t Semifinal Games Tonight at Frescott Quarterfinal games are underway loday in the District 7W Senior boys B team division tournament at Prescott. Yesterday Emmet advanced with i 62 to 40 victory over Lewisville; Delight bested Gillham 73 to 52: •-•"•'- ^v- "ivjc m JC oai, UK WHS 3odca\v bounced Blevins 68 to 53; jkind enough to limit himself to Saratoga smothered Langley 80 toj nittin g or| ly right handed. And of 35; Murfreesboro edged Willisville course I find out later that he SPORTS ROUNDUP By OAYLt TALBOT. ST. PETERSBURG MV-•The only, major problem Gasey Stengel admits to at the moment is thnt of trying to tell a young outfielder named Mickey Mantle to take it easy on a knee which underwent a couple of operations during the winter. When Mickey showed up at the Yankee camp the other day. Casey Middlecoff Leads Houston Open HOUSTON Middle coff, to the surprise of practically no one held a one stroke lead today in the $30,000 Houston Open. The former Memphis dentist yesterday repeated hi spusual custom painstakingly informed him that te . r ° a '"pcated .hi .spusual he was to do practically nothing ? f fmd j ng " ma . gic putter ln ^ ou f. nxcent trtkP flip sun fnr ,n f»«, ton " H _ e 1 .g noed an aggavatm 8 hi condition of the knee which migiit lave a vital bearing on the Amer can League race. So the next thing I sec, " sey browlel, "is Mr. Mantle in he baling cage. The first one be hit bounced over that center field eneo out there At least he wss 57 to 51 while Stamps defeated Okolona 61 to 41. Three games will be played Friday morning while two semifinal slipped on one swing. 'He's a hard fellow to tell anything." A listener, thinking to take some of the heat off the Oklahoma rton. He ignored an aggravating head cole while methodically beat- ini or tieing par for the first .round 06 on tre 7,200-yard, par 72 Memorial Park course. Favorites Win Playoff Positions By RIP WATSON NEW YORK W) — College, basketball's tournament show opened State Take From Races Increases HOT SPRINGS ffi — The state of Arkansas is collecting more rev- j emie this year on Oaklawn Park operations than it did in 1953. Revenue Commissioner Vance Scurlock said yesterday that the state has received $219,382 from the race track for the first 10 days of the season. In 1953, the state got $206.,191 for a similar period. Betting at Oaklawn for the first 10 days totaled $3,480,605 compared with $3,224,473 last season, and attendance 'climbed from 05, 447 last year to 71,323. By The Associated. Press Westerfield Chevrolet of Hazen 57 Mount Ida News 45 Arkansas .State Teachers College Redshirts 102; Four State Business College of Texarkana 63 85th Recon., of Camp Chaffee 81; Bald Knob Independents 62 By The Associated Press Valley Springs 46; Delight 43 Mammoth Springs 48; Prairie Grove 39 Dyess 57 Oden 55 Hampton 38; Plainview 30 Bismarck 58; Elaine 26 Valley View 45 Norman 37 . Valley Springs 36 Desha 35 B y The Associated Press Malvern 38; Walnut Ridge 37 Leachville 42; Morrilton 41 DeQueen 65 Lavaca 46 Forrest City 43 Warren 41 Green Forest 48; Beebe 26 Fayetteville. 39; Stephens 26 Jonesboro : 39 Malvern 32 53 8usi n<**9 Opportunity PLEASANT profitable „ Distribu torship, open your County. '$187.80 Cash. Complete factory cooper ation. Manufacturer, P. O. Bo* , 2237 Kansas •City, Misspuri. '. 4-2 Used Cars Salesman Wanted wanted for 1500 family Raw- business in City of Hope or South Nevada County. Permanent if you are a hustler. Write Rawlelgh's Dept. AKA-641-123. Memphis, Tenn. 4-H WANTED at once. Rawleigh Dea- v ler, ,jn ,p.ny of H,ope. Write Rawleigh's Dept. AKA-641-F, Mem' phis, >Tenn, g-n Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. 'Farm Bureau Office. Phone 7-3706, Feb. P-lMo. LOIS M, . , , ,t cgmplet? >|lne -of , BEAUTY CQUNSEL9B 1 COSMETICS «t,; Ha?el'» Beauty Shop. Phon '*«?!'r. vome in fc-p fr«e «or , SMltetlon. Home Phone 7-2156, "•«14^nitureta **}Ptw » *• > Jtew IviniHppm flange, '8%AD EORSALE L$750 ADOR. $1025 ...$250 ...$425 1947 STUDEBAKER (f ] Q C 1950 N^kSPf Ambassador, Radio, Heatei & Hydromatic 1051 N.ASH AMBASSADOR. Radio, Heater, & - Hylromatic. Very'clean 1947 DODGE 1948 ; DODGE 1948 KAISER Bert Rettig Nosh Motors Hope, Eo^t 3rd Street 5-3t fey The Associated Press v Little -Rock 68'Pine Bluff 54 North Little Rock 61; Hot Spring Texarkana 57; El Dorado 54 By The Assollated Press District 1E Senior Girls Lead Hill 56 Jasper 30 Alpena 55; Pyatt 53 Mansfield 56; Green Forest 51 Bergman 75 Yellville 44 District 1W Class B Senior Boy Gentry 57 Prairie Grove' i (double overtime Farmington 67; Decatur 59 Mountainburg 69; West Fork 53 District 2 Class A Senior Boys Batesville 70 Beebe 31 Newport 81; Judsonia 54 McCrory 53; Black Rock 45 District 2N Class B Senior Boys Oxford 72 Violet Hil) 60 Calico Rock 70; Salem 64 - Ash Flat 55; Viola 51 District 2S Class B Senior Boys Swifton 52 Rosebud 46 .Oil Trough 68; Kensett 50 Harding Academy 57; Cord Char lotte 51 District 3 Class B Senior Boys .Nettleton 95 Oak Grove 44 Dyess 79; Cash 61 Bono 74; Lake City 56 District 4 Class B Senior Bo ys County Line, 47 Magazine 39 Oden 89; ! Altus 60 Bush Valley 68; Norman 72 District 4 Senior Girls Lavaca 30 Scranton 29 Scranton 40; Norman 35 Waldron 63; Pottsbille 48 District 5N Senior Girls Mount Vernon 47 Enola 37 Mayflower 56; Casa 53 South Side 51; Vilonia 50 Plumerville 42 Shirley 27 District 5N Junior Girls Greenbrier 36 South Side 24 Violnia 32; Mount Vernon 31 Nemo Vista 27; Casa 23 Enola 27 Perryville 25 District 5S Class B Senior Boys Magnet Cove 70 (Little Rock) 44 Deaf School Harmony Grove 64; Glen Rose 51 CutterMorning Star 71; Pratts ville 59 Fuller 78 Cabot 56 District 5S Senior Girls Bryant 51; : Cabot 42 Carlisle 55; Bismarck 37 Mountain Pine 48 Fuller 31 Lonoke 47 Poyen 32 Prattsville 53; Fountain Lake 48 District GCIass B Senior Boys Cotton Plant 59; Marvell 35 Parkin 61 Elaine 52 Holly Grove 60 Rondo 57 Clarendon 56 Hezen 47 District 7E Class BSenlor Boys Mount Holly 52 McNeil 41 Hampton 49 Bearden 34 ' ! Locust Paycty 71 Taylor 53 Carthage 68 Harmpny -Qrave: 65 District 7WCIBM B Senior Bcyi Emmett fig Lewisville 40 Delight 78 GiUlam 57 Bodcaw 67 Sieving 53 Saratpga .60 Langley 35 Murfreeabpra §7 WHUsville 51 "Doesn't know," the professor exploded. "What do you mean he doesn't know I tell him and the trainer tells him and he stiil doesn't knowb How are you going to make a man understand some thing except by telling him? That's the only way I* know of, but it doesn't seem to work here." Mantle later insisted that the knee felt all right to him, adding that it was his knee. Stengel then turned his attention to another noted invalid in him camp, pitcher Ewell Blackwell. The lean right hander has been voluntarily retired with arm trouble sincerely last season, and is trying despor ately to get back on the cham pions' payroll. "Watching him warm up there, he looks all right," Casey com mented hopefully. "He's throwing pretty hard and he says the arm doesn't have any pain. I hope he's right, but he can't tell and nobody else can until he pitches in a regular game. Just throwing a ball doesn't mean anything. I'm going to let him go a few innings against the Cardinals this weekend and then maybe I'll know something." Casey still just sits and grunts with pure pleasure as he watches his newest 18 year old phenom from Oklahoma, Ralph Terry pitch hatting practice. Terry is We remarkable youngster the Yanks:, won from the St. Louis Cardinals on a decision by Commissioner Ford Frick. "I've said it before and it will bear repeating, I think," Stengel said. "There is the greatest prospect I ever saw come up. He might be pitching for this club ^ ...-_.«, VITW ui-tjjinijciij v * •«••»- >«i_u v «_ru. 111T_: V/rkiaiiWilJ'l wttii o VVJ Lt i l J L4 J11V. 11 (, iM 1U YV UiJcIlcU ii affairs will be held tonight. The .flash, ;suggested that maybe two-.week run last night with lots finals will be Saturday night, mr!-i.— j;.i_!i i— i._, , I-« —^— , . Basketball Oy The Associated Press Little Rock Independents 39; Ar kansas Tech 28. Beebe Jr. College 56; Newport 34 Camden NAD 47; Fulton Inde pendents 22 Mickey didn't know what he wss'of excitement but surprise no supposed to do. upsets. .The two big extravagances begin over the weekend, but the Atlantic Coast and Southern Conferences got the jump on the others last night with fir-round games in which all the favorites won. Normally, at least one juicy upset spices almost- every tournament. The first tournament of the infant Atlantic Coast Conference had some close calls as North Carolina State barely squeezed past North Carolina 52-51 and Wake Forest had to go into overtime to subdue South Carolina 58-57. But when the frenzy died down, the first four teams in the regular standings had swept the bottom, four from the big .Reynolds Colis-| cum at Raleigh, N. C. Duke, best over the regular season, used its substitutes for most of the second half in a 96-615 romp over Virginia, and Maryland clouted Clemson 75-59. two years from now. In fact, he's going to do some pitching for me very shortly." Auburn Smith New Coach at Southern MAGNOLIA (M — Elmer Smith, who led Southern State to two Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference •football championships, will join Iho coaching staff of Texas AIM Monday. Smith's resignation as athletic director and hcnd coach at Southern, reported last Monday by the Associated Pross. \vns '•"hfirmed yesterday by Southern State. His ' chief assistant, Auburn Smitn, was naracu to succeeci nun in both jobs. The men aren't related. Meanwhile Aggie Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant said at College Station, Tex., that Elmer. Smith will report for duty Monday. His specific duties weren't outlined. Elmer Smith directed Southern's athletic program for eight years, serving at the same time Odds Soy Carter Can't Go 15 By HUGH FULLERTON JR. NEW YORK (/PI — Paddy De< Marco never has fought 15 rounds and the odds say he won't go that far tonight when he challenges Jimmy Carter for the lightweight title in Madison Square Garden. But the same odds give Paddy as good a chance as Carter had when he lifted the title from Ike Williams three years ago. In what little wagering therjs has been on this fight, which hasn't stirrued up much interest hereabouts, Carter has been favored at odds ranging 1-3 to 1-4 and he's a 7-5 choice to knock out the rugged, charging scrapper from Brooklyn. Jimmy was the 3-1 underdog when he stopped Williams in 14 rounds to become champion. Bulletin In games this morning at Prescolt Einmc't defeated Fouke 65 to 62 in an overtime while Delight downed Bodcaw 78 to 69. Dallas, Texas, was named in honor of George Mifflin Dallas, vice president in the administration of President James K. Polk, as head football, basketball and track coach. His 1951 and 1952 football teams won AIC crowns. Dr. Dolph Camp, president of Southern, indicator], that Auburn Smith may not be required to handle so many chores.A new coach may .be hired to take over the basketball team. Auburn Smith's chief assistant will be Sam Bailey, the third man on Southern's staff. 4 Two Winners Seek Second Spa Victories HOT SPRINGS (ffl — Two previous winners sought their second victories in the featured $2,600 Ea-, gles Purse at Oaklawn today. Granite Flyn, winner of the Inaugural Purse, and Lucky William victor in the Delta C&S Airlines event, headed the field of nine sprinters in today's six-furlong Basketball City By U n lted Press EAST New York University 59 College (NY) 38 Columbis 55 Trinity 52 Penn State 61 Georgetown (DCj 54 Geneva 77 Lebanon 64 Bridgeport (Conn.) 75 New Ha ven 54 SOUTH Wake Forest 58 South Carolina 57 (overtime, Atlantic Coast Conf. Tournament, 1st round) Maryland 75 Clemson 59 (Atlan tic Coast Conf. Tournament, 1st round) Duke 96 Virginia -•58 (Atlantic _________ -oast Conf. Tournament, 1st round).. North Carolina State 52 North Carolina 51 (Atlantic Coast Conf. Tournament, 1st round) West Virginia 84 William and Mary 69 (Southern Conf. Tourna nent, 1st round) George Washington 7(5 Washing ;on and Lee 64 (Southern Conf. Tournament, 1st round) Furtnan 84 Davidson 68 (South ern Conf. Tournament, 1st round) .Richmond 84 V.M.I. 66 (South ern Conf. Tournament, 1st round) Alabama St. Coll. 92 Benedict loll. 72 Floriada AIM 75 Morris Brown 7 (First round) Florida AIM 78 Bethune Coo! man 71 (second round) Johns Hopkins 51 Bridge water 40 Roanoke 66 American University r . Xavier (L.a.) 81 Allen 6fi biark College 74 Fisk Uni 65 Mt St Mary's 52 Baltimore Uni ) , Yoyla MD.) 81 Hamden Sydney. MIDWEST Miami (O) 88 Cincinnati 79 Wooster 01 Ohio Wesleyan 76 Western Illinois 65 MUlikin 58 St Benedicts 68 Kansas Wesley an (55 St Olaf 84 ConcorcUa (Minn) 51 . -WEST ' " "~ j Utah/60 Denver 54 «; Fights Last Night py The Asgoclatod Pr«si Akron, Ohio •»- San^y 5ad4, }?0, fTew York, stopped Charjie 18Q, E}i8»b?th, N J, 4 Granite Flyn, owned by Irene Denham and W. P. Walters, scored his triumph on a heavy track. In his last outing, he finished seventh over a fast strip — the same kind of track expected today. He carried top weight of 122 pounds. Lucky William's victory came on a fast track, but the G. R. White runner faced a tougher field today. He will carry 120 pounds. The Reynolds' Brothers entry of Haskel and Texas Melody was expected to draw the favorite's role. Haskell has , finished close up twice. Others entered in the allowance event included Olen Sledge's Cross Ring; W. M. Wiggins' • Miss Wabash A. L .Peterson's Hy-I'll Go A. Hockebry's Mr. T. A. and S. I. Crew's Jack Tar, Longshot Reel Gran scored an upset in- the $2,500 Trailways Purse, yesterday's feature at Oak- lawn ' The winner, owned by Mr. and Mrs. I. Handelman, forged ahead as the eight-horse field entered the stretch to defeat Best Air by three lengths. Pusan gained the show, while favored Wismo finished fourth. Reel Gran turned the mile and 70 yards in 1:41. Overlooked in the betting, he paid $59.60, $17.00 and $7.40. Jockey Johnny Mack Brooks, a veteran of Oaklawn's meetings, was suspended yesterday for the Balance, of the season here. The stewards charged Brooks with "faurdulent conduct" in «n attempt to violate a rule against using a whip on two-year old jive- niles who haven't started at least two races. In anouncing the suspension the stewards said a track official found a whip hidden beneath Brooks' leg and saddle flap before the running of a race for maiden two-year-old Wednesday. The jpckey was aboard Texas Plains in the event, and finished fourth. Saddler Comes Through in Third AKRON, Ohio W — Three and a halt rounds of featherweight champion Sandy Saddler was enough for Charlie Salughter. He just turned around and walked out of the ring] muttering, "I was out- CIAL True To Name! ^ Field FresSi! COLLECTION PRICE Spring i© Frost! NOIsfE FINER! Sold only in collections of 5 bashes £oi> $1.95 These Four Garden Collections to Choose From! Collection No. 1 1 ETOILE DE HOUUANDE (Dark Red) 1 EDITOR McFARLAND (Pink, good grower) 1 TALISMAN (Two tone) ' 1 LUXEMBURG (Yellow, shading to copper) 1 AMI QUINARD (Dark Velvety Red) Collection No. 3 1 AMERICAN BEAUTY (Soft Red) 1 POINSETTIA (Dark Red) 1 PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER (Two Tone) 1 GOLDEN CHARM (Deep Yellow) 1 THE DOCTOR (Huge Pink) The unorthodox end to the fear ture bout in Akron Armory last night stunned 2,501 fans who had braved snow and frigid temperatures to see the champion inar- tlo n Against thq Elizabeth CJty, N. J., fighter , The re(eree ruled it a technical for at 1:20 pf the Collection No. 2 Formerly Patented Roses 1 CRIMSON GLORY (Dark Red) 1 BETTER TIMES (Soft Red) 1 COUNTESS VANDEU (Two Tone) 1 ECLIPSE (Yellow) 1 WHITE BRIARCLIFF (Pure White) Collection No. 4 3 RED RADIANCES o r, , ( K B 5 St Of the Re ds) 2 PINK RADIANCES (Best of the pinks) TWO DAYS ONLY Fri. ft. Sat. March 5 & Climbing BLAZE ROSE Similar to the famous. P»ul Scarlet most popular been TO .,... „„. jtre able to discount , . , THESIS "• These plants have (viul RUSHER P| T fly blopniinjf! ^r i RmSBm

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