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3§«? Before &M ftot** Bl« DM Day ti»y. Otyt Month .48 .» liW 4.60 ffAft, HOPt, 11, 1fS4 IFIED 8.00 1,00 18.00 DISPLAY 75c t>er lack &gk4fe»>—w..,. 606 per Inch „:.,.,„„.. SOc per Inch above or* for coif M: Itreflular or skip- will take the one-day rot*. ed adv6rtl*if>8 copy [/mil s vp.m: for oiiewino' day, rtifrrVo'lhe rlflht to SdV8rtlterf>«nti ot- "' "drfcTto rt|«ct *ub- wnw or rtKJl 1 * iviimvj 0{lrtS tuch o». hotttM "number* Count 04 on» :»» oar ririfcirtfon «* 'ttd and ONE ln«orf«cf ^PMNE 74431 l-xv,. 'i'. BIG started pullets for early layers, also nice tender fryers. 7,000 to pick from. See Mrs. Luster HucR- abee, Country Club road or call Midsouth ; Cotton & Supply. 9-Ot STAR by k»\H;:i ^ /AiV-ThO StOfT* DMIIUMll SM4 -South W8lnur/« " A Hop«, ArtaittM^ itWashburn, Editor & fuBllttlcr '" iJonei, • Managing Editor. tit Haimor, Mcch. S«pt... .,«red os second class matter at •? 'b'tt.' Office 'at Hope, Arkansas, "ofAtt-uf March ',bf the 'Audit Bureau »l |, CfrbiJtatiani f'if' ' fA tlon Ratej (poyobl* In od- '•"'if'-, ,< i. Hop* and mlohbor-' 3£'fy3.M irn'CfiBad rd. 4.50 ; *t •«(*•»•*•*»•••* 1*1 V »srr.zv.r.r.r,r,z,',. 6',so - '- r " " :4 '13.00 VCbleoBO.l, Hl..y60 B. ' yorK if/v,N^V(,r»763» l.('-Detroit' 1 ,2;-'MICh.; ^ {f&oClqted PnniM, f^s entitled ox- .< 4oi* republlcation < ' '•-•'Orinled in ttiit -oil AP newi- . a complete.. line of sAUT.Y ,, 1 * j'fi $ea,Uty Shop, Phone onte- In for free con- jpr<,Home Phpne 7-2150. „ 'ohtractlng-lndustrial ercial- ! - Residential 's Electrical Service O{iw/Locatign,, * boards •spreads. WorK'Guaran- Health teajiBag'Peoplp" ^femburger Place,' yon, Nylon w and Sum For Sole ?EA Gravel, washed, and road grave'!. Sofl Mnd masonary sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. IMMo. HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. V. 8. MeDavilt. Phone BABY Chicks, Large assortment See these chicks before buying Several varieties. Dannie Hamilton. Feb 27-lMo. SWEET Potatoes Seed. AllgoJd 'certified, at $3.50 per bushel. O. B. Hodnett. Rt. 3. Hope. Phone 7'4983. 4-tt i-IOME grown Korean lespedeza. Cleaned and tested. Germination 87 per cent. $20 per hundred. W. A. Alford & Son, Rt. 3, Hope. 5-61 ROOM cottage, one pine: covered acre. Also yellow Creek club .membership, McNab, Arkansas. Call .or write Dr. R. K. Harrison, 525 Olive Texarkana, Texas. G-Gt ;AR Corn. $1.75 bushel. Parker Rogers. 11 miles on Columbus road. 0-3t PAIR of mules. 7 to 8 years old. J. E. Jones, 3 miles cast on highway 67. 9-61 ROOM house.Beverly Hill addition. Attach 'garage. Fenced back ! Bendix. H. V. Flowers. 10-3t NOW AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING-CLOSE IN PRIVATE Parking space, by the rhonth, now available, at parking lot, rear of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 3rd and -Elm. Con- tack Joe Mason at Frisco Depot dally, after 2 p. m. ' 10-121 CASEY'S Farm. 80 acres and newly decorated house. One mile from town i$20.000. Will sell house and 13 acres, $14,000. Trade for pine timber land. Phone 7-5535. Mar. 10-1 Mo. 'RESHk country eggs now 40 cents More/ flowers • daily. See them blooming. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 10-01 For Rent ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2205. 11-tt ROOM furnished house. 400 South Bonner. See MVs. Era Jones nt Scott Store. After 5:30 at 400 South Bonner. '•" 8-6t ROOM house. Good location. Can b'e'usod as duplex. 812 West 4th Phone 7-3152. 8-U ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. 203 High street. Phone 7-3174. 5-tf )„ ACRES, Good sandy land. 3 miles Southeast, Hope Cash or crop, Phone 7-2961, night. ll-6t 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 arid best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone. 7-2261 Feb.'22-lMo. CpX'S Cai'e at Fulton will serve serve chicken dinner Sunday March 14th. $1.00 per plate. Drinks extra, ll-3t Help Wonted MALE. House to house solicitor. Fast selling item. Excellent commission. 107 South Mam. - 10-31 Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms. List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front Street. Phone 7-3766. v Mar. 10-1 Mo. Services Offered SEPTIC Tanks Cleaned. Phone 7-998S. March 1-lMo. CALL Payne Brothers. House movers,, insured contractors. Public Service Commission Number M- 1425. 313 Central Avenue, Stamps Arkansas, Phono 3-4481 in Stamps, Arkansas. March 2-lMo. MATTRESS renovation and innerspring work, Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. 4-tf Will Baby Sit in my home, Nights only, For information call Phono 7-3723. 10-4t Political Announcements the Star Is authbfizefl to tit* Bounce thAt the following tte Candidates for public office ftttb* jeet to the Action «f the Democratic primary elections. treasurer HAftftV BAWTHOftrtt! CLIFFOftB BYBRS DWIOHT RIDGD1LL For County Clerk AHNOLt) j. MIDDLBBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSOtf For Sheriff and Collector W, B. (Bill) RUGQLES JIMMY COOK tRA T. BROOKS R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Real Estate for Sale Basketball INTERESTED in large home. Don't miss seeing this unusual one.Modern in every detail for Xionfort and convenience, spacious rooms disposal, dishwasher, floor furnaces, attic fan, phone jacks, plenty of closets, terrace •barbeque. Ideally arranged for family with invalid or elder person. Easily converted into duplex. Bargain. 908 South Main. 6-6t ONE of the nicest 2 bedroom homes in Cornelius Heiehls Addition, Attic fan, floor furnace, attached garage. All in excellent condition. Will finance FHA or GI. Shown by appointment only. FOR only $3,000.00 this 2 bedroom home at 314 North Hamilton is a good buy for a home or investment. Rented for $30.00 per month. Terms •,% cash. Balance on monthly terms 5 per cent interest. AT 821 South Walnut on a 135' x 150' lot this 3 bedroom home is priced for quick sale. Possession on'closing sale. Will go GI loan. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY 217 SOUTH MAIN STREET HOPE, ARKANSAS PHONE 7-4091 v 8-6t Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm Bureau Office Phone 7-3706. 10-Ot Fights Last Night By The Associated Press PHILADELPHIA —Bobby Jones; 155, Oakla'nd, Calif., outpointed Gil urner 151 Philadelphia 10. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 Or bring Items to MlM Turner at Hlcka Funeral Home The City-Wide junior choir singing was held at the Church of God In Christ on Sunday, March 7. 1954 It was well atended by five choirs. The amount of offering $37.25. By he Associated Pr*ss Dlstrlc t 1 Class A Senior Boys Alma 49; Siloafn Springs 41 Harrison 71; Rogers 58 District 2N Senior Girls Strawberry 4 Melbourne, 46 Cave City 55; Sidney 41 Calico Rock 39 Clover Bend 55; PleasantGrovc 37 Walnut Ridge 58 Viola 39 District 2S Senior Girls Griffithville 48; McCrory 43 Grubbs G2; Judsonia 50 Tuckcrman 07 Cushman 46 district 3 Class A Senior Boys . Manila 68 Trumann 40 Jonesfaoro 80; West Memphis 42 Leachville 60; Marked Tree 39 District 3 Senior Girls Reiser 36 Corning 35 Dyess 09; Stanford 50 Monette 46; Weiner 37 Bay 46 Marion 38 District 4 Class, A Senior Boys Greenwood 65 Cove 50 Russellvillo 67; Clarksville 54 Paris 68; Mena 61 O/.ark 59 Booneville 54 Lavaca 65 Waldron 40 District 5 Class A Senior Boys Sheridan 63; Benton 41 Malvern 69; Bryant 36 District 6A Class A Senior Boys Forrest City 57 Brinkley 39 Central of Helena 76; Barton 35 District 6E Senior Girls' Hughes 45; Barton 44 Moro 47 Rondo 32 Cherry Valley 61; Aubrpy 34 Hickory Ridge 43 Sacred Heart of Helena 21 Marianna 66; Wynne 39 District 6W Senior Girls Marvell 63; St. Charles 31 Holly Grove 89; Clarendon 53 Stuttgart 48 Palestine 32 Des Arc 45 De Vails Bluff 30 Brinkley 58; Cotton Plant 35 District 7E Class A Senior Boys Magnolia 72; Thornton 60 Emerson 68 Fordyce 59 District 7 ESenlor Girls Carthage 51; Smackover 50 Huttig 57; Fordyce 47 Locust «Bayour 38 Sparkman 31 Norphlet 42\Harrell 23 Taylor 51; Junction City 32 District 7W Class A Senior Boys Hopo 75; Arkadelphia 59 Nashville 66: Ashdown 46 DeQueen 66 Gurdon 33 The Texarkana District Ministers will convene at the Church Of God In Christ Dll Bell St. March 11-12 (Thursday-Friday) Each church of the city is expected to bring welcomes on Thursday evening at 8. p. m. The presiding District Superintendent of Texarkana' Eld. J. L. Lewis and Mrs. M. E. Taylor of Fordyce; State Super visor Mrs. J, B. 'Washington of Hot Springs and Evangelist Missionary A. Powers of Conway, Arkansas are expected to be presented, The public is ihvitede. There will -bs a wenier roast at the home of Mrs, Jessie Hamilton at 802 North Hazel St. Saturday night, March 13, sponsored by Group No. 9, The public is invited The Gospel Trumpets of Hope and the True Light Gospel singers of Idabel, Oklahoma, will give a pro- grain, at Bethel AME Church Sunday night, March 14. Benefit of the "Baby Contest" The public- is invited .Time 8 p, m. The Melody Five of Magnolia will give a musical program at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sunday night, March }4,. The public is invited . ."'•., Salesman Wanted The Rev. C. A. Black of Texarkana will preach at BeeBee Memorial CME Church Sunday, Mareh H, at 3:30 p. m. The public is < invited . • First Round Over in State B Tourney LITTLE ROCK (fP) — The first round in the Arkansas Class B High School Senior Boys Basket- hall Tournament is over and the results has established two definite favorites for the state title. Oden and Watson Chapel a couple of high-scoring quintets, ousted competitors yesterday in the vind- u'p of the first round with highly impressive performances. The Oden crew put on a 55-puint first half and then turned back a desperation rally by Carthago to win 80-76. Watson Chapel roared to a 20-point victory over Bono 73-53. S In 'olher games yesterday, Parkin whippped Farmington 56-47, and Vilonia defeated Oil Trough 00-54. Fans continued to avoid the 7,000-seat Barton Coliseum like a plague. Only, 1,373 turned out for the four contests yesterday, arid that was a slight increase over Tuesday's crowd. • Oden, which averaged 77 points a game during the regular season, lost little time in displaying its shooting ability. The Timberwolves j poured 27 points through the basket in the first eight minutes of play to take a commanding lead. At the half, Oden was ahead 55-34. But Carthage returned for the second half with renewed vigor, and scored 53 points in a vain effort to overcome Oden's big margin. Jim Home and Bud Dial led Watson Chapel to its victory over Bono,.and put on the best demonstration of individual talent since the tourney began. Home scored 29 points, and Dial added 10 tallies in a virtually unstoppable hook shot. Dial and Home also combined to spark Watson Chapel's tremendously fast attack, and highly-effective rebounding game. Vilonia had to go through an overtime period to overcamo stubborn Oil Trough. The losers had built vip what appeared to lie a safe lead when Vilonia climbed out of the hole to kno't the count at 49-49 as time ran out. The Eagles' Lavoy Gimaer then proceeded to tally nine points in the overtime period to give Viloniu the triumph. Parkin played it close and cautious in the first quarter to build up a 16-13 lead, and then turned loosu their shooters to down Farm- WANTJSD at once. Rawleigh Dealer in city of Hope. Write Raw- Jeigh's JDept., AKA-641-F Memphis, Tenn. n-lt LOOK!!! Your pjd furniture In most cases win make a DOWN PAYMENT ON A NEW Bedroom Bwlte, I4vIn£Roprfl suite, ~'--" &*»-R8&t& JHo. l> VTn4* $p9 TW? 4pSi» '-ivtrf <^f — t HOUSTON Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Noble of Magnolia spent the week-tend visiting Mr. and Mrs,Harold Sanders and friends. Miss Emma L. Taylor of Rosston spent the, week-end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs .George Taylor and her aunt, Mrs. E, N, Glover and Rev. Glover. Mr. and Mrs, Sid Taylor of Ho- iner, La., and MVS. Mary Jamison of Patmos were §unday guest ot and Mrs. George Taylor. The McCapfclU Homo met Tb, W Sd.9y, . Jn tbs o| . P. J* Tech Impressive in Second Win in NIT Meet • KANSAS CITY Wl— An outfit of basketball wizards from the hills of Arkansas nre demonstrating here the shooting ability that made them the hignesl-scoring smallest college team in the nation — and knocking ovtr ail comers in the bargain. Showing little regard for the five- tourney favorites, Arkansas Tech smashed Lawrence Tech of Detroit 85-62 yesterday. It was Tech's second impressive victory in the National Intercollegiate Basketball Tournament. Lawrence Tech was one of the eight top-seeded team:) in the tournament, which dra\vj the class Basketball Rio nation's small college of the teams. But, with Arkansas Tech's E. C. O'Neal again hitting the basket from all sides,- Lawrence never had a chance. O'Neal scornd 29 points, as compared to S3 in his previous tournament effort, to lead Tech to victory. Forward Paul Martin dunked in 24, and Don Sevier added 10. Tech's leading challenger for national scoring honors, Uio Grande, fell by the wayside last night to unheralded Southeast Louisiana College. The lightly-regarded southerners stopped Rio Grando's fabulous Bevo Francis with a mere 27 points — anything bi;!(\v n'evo's 50-point- per game average for the season is "mere" for him — and won handily 78-65; Jimmy Mitchell sank 24 points to pace Southeast's attack. In the wind-up of yesterday's second round play, defending champion Springfield (Mo.) State brushed aside Gustaviis Adolphus 06 57. Springfield, which is seeking its third straight NAIA title, led from start to finish. Pasadena (Calif), College wen the first game on last night's card, downing Nebraska Weleyan 81-74. Results of other games yesterday: Western Illinois defeated Southeastern Oklahoma 79-74 St. Peter's of Jersey City dropped Regis College 63-58; East Texas State bounced Geneva of Pennsylvania 79-52; and St. Benedict's of Kansas outclassed St. Ambrose of Iowa 74-50. Arkansas Tech meets St. Peter's tonight in the opening game of the quarterfinals. Springfield will play East Texas State Southeast Louisiana meets Westren Illinois, and Pasadena takes on St. Benedict's. By he Associated Press NAIA (Second Round) Southeastern Louisiana 78, Grande (Ohio) 65 St. Benedicts (Kan) ?4, St. Ambrose (Iowa) 50 .'East Texas 79, Geneva (Pa.) 52 Arkansas Tech 85, Lawrence Tech (Mich) 72 St. Peters (NJ) 63, Regis (Colo) (58 Western Illinois 79, Southeastern Okla 74 (Overtime) Pasadena (Calif) 81, Nebraska Wesleyan 74 Springfield (Mo) 00, Gustavus Adolphus (Minn) 57 •Other Games Oklahoma City 71, Tulsa 53 Rutgers 90, Muhlenberg 81 National (First Round) Campbell (NO 66, Trenton (NJ) 63 Moberly (Mo) 67, CentrMia (111) 1 Second Round Snow (Utah) 72, Northeast Mississippi. 69 Hannibal La Grange (Mo) 78, Arkansas City (Kan.) 72. Brewton Parker (Gs )00. Bismarck (ND> 76, (Bismarck eliminated) O'Neal Named to All-Star Cage Team KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UP) —Selection of the annual NAIA All- America basketball teams were announced here today jointly by the National Intercollegiate Athletic Association and the Helms Athletic Founation of Los Angeles', Calif. Three 10-man squads were chosen, with W. A. (Bill) Herington of Culver-Stockton college supervising for the NAIA and W.R, (Bill) Schroeder rep resenting Helms. Southwest Missouri of Springfield, the 1952 and 1953 NAIA tournament champions, were the only NAIA college to place two men on the 30-man All-America aggregation. Southwest Missouri placed Jerry Anderson on the first team and Arthur Helms of the second. Players chosen were to .be presented with Holms Athletic Foundation awards at a special awards luncheon tomorrow. The NAI All-America team: First team — Robert Hopkins of Pasadena William Warden of North Central;Bo b Smiley of St. Ambrose; Norman Pott of Whea ton Clarence .(Bevo) Francis of Bio' Grande College Werner Killen of Lawrence Tech; E.C, O'Neal of Arkansas Tech; Jerry Anderson of Southwest Missouri Romtn Tur mon of Clark Troy Burruss of West Texas State. Women's Collect song of the month devotional. John 20:1-18. Roll call and response. Each member is growing a, new vegetable this year. Unfurnished business was quilt. Each member pieced a block and brought it to this meeting. New business discussed was the plans, for Meat and Egg Show. Deonstrutions were on Home Management given by Mrs. F. S. Smith, Home Demonstration Agent and Control of External Parasites of Poultry" given by Mr. Fleing County Agent assisted by Mrs. WU- Ue B. Cross, Poultry leader. Mrs. Rhoda Jones had on display an apron and. a neck piece and Mrs, B. ly. Johnson displayed two quilt blocks. The hpstess served cookies and cocoa t9 the H persons present. ' to \p« the Scelba Regime in Italy Wins Confidence By JAMES M, UONG ROME (IP) — Premier Mariod Scelba's month-old government had the approval of Parliament today to push for a knockdown fight on ratification of the European Defenses Community Treaty. The Premier won a final parliamentary vote of confidence last night. In a story sesision, the 590- member Chamber of Deputies approved his program of mild social reform at home and continued ties with the West by a 17-vote mar gin. ijJcelba pledged to rally his back 'ers quickly for approval of the EDO pact, which would bring West German troops into a one- uniform army with Italy, Franco, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg . ington. Billy Thompson paced I Parfcin attack with 21 points -* 10 of them in the first quarter «n five consecutive jn today's g&m$$ vs THlsr; CojJ mil vs >i 51 SPORTS ROUNDUP By QAYLE fALBOf. ST P5T8RSBURG Ifl— George'have continued to win while under- Weisi is not generally thought of going this transition, as a'highly emotional man, but it still is plain in talking with him that the general manager of the "Now the time has come to bring in my young pitchers and get them ready, if I haven't waited too long. 1 have several great prospects-fellows like Bob Weisler. Steve Kraly, .Art Shallock and oth- trs-and they re going to get a real chance this season.'So young fellows Jim McDonald Bob Kuzava, who really got to pitch very little last year. "Pitching in the minors or sitting on our bench are vastly different from getting out there and arc and New York Yankees underwent a severe shock during his recant contract difficulties with some of his veterans. It •seems equally certain that, in his frame of mind, he would not have hesitated to s<end another star or two to the National League if the departure of pitcher Vic Hash! had not put a sudden stop to the plague of holdouts. Weiss was mad, and still is when he thinks about it. "It Was a terrible experience to realize one day that I had a group of Veterans who were not even willing to correspond with me," hs said bitterly. "I would'not even have known that Raschi had re-^ ceived his contract if he hadn't (received his orders to go v/ith the been forced to sign for it. I didn't feel I had ever done anything to deserve that kind of treatment. pitching against big league batters In regular turn. All I can hope is that I've realized that and sone something about it before my veterans go on me." From the decisive tone of the Weiss voice, one can other gather the Manager Casey Stengel has Bobcats Hard Pressed to Win in Last Quarter The Hope Bobcats had to go all out effort as they downed a much determined Arkadelphia Badger five 75-59 in the opening game of the District 7W-A tournament at Nashville last niaht. A last quarter semi-stall gave the Cats 25 points while holding the Badgers to 9 to break a 50-50 tie at the end of three. Garnie Hatch and Sonny Griffin with 9 and 30 points respectively led the Cats in the final minutes. The Badgers took a 13-12 lead at the end of one when Ross sunk a free throw after the buzzer had sounded. In the second period the Bobcats tossed in 26 points to take a 38-32 lead at halftime. 1 In the third period, the Cats saw the Badgers drop in 18 points to their 12 as the game was tied at 50 all. The last quarter saw the Cats strong defense and semi-stall work as they went on to score their 22nd win of the season. Garnie Hatch, who dropped in 22 points, to give -him a total ,of 502 points for the season, was the high scorer for the night. Sonny Griffin followed closely with 20 points. Bell tossed in 19 for Arkadelphia. In other games played last night, Nashville turned,back Ashdown C6- 46, while DcQuecn eliminated Gurdon 66-33.' Games scheduled for tonight are Hope vs Nashville at 7:15 and DeQueen takes on Prescott at 8:15 p. m. Hope G T TP Hatch 7 8 22 Griffin- 9 2 20 Halbert 4 4 12 . Mitchell 6 1 13 Stanley 00 0 Russell 204 Mangum 0 2 2 Huddleston ..: 102 , Totals 29 17 75 Arkadelphia Baker : 8 1 17 Bratton '... 04 4 Thomas ..:: 6 3 15 Ross 044 Bell 7 5 19 Gladden 000 Totals 21 17 59 Tournament at Ashdown 7W-A: / Hope 67, Okolona 37 Texarkana 71, Winthrop 45 Ashdown 75, Emmet 44 Bright Star 44, Bodcaw 18 Bradley 50, Fouke 33 . LewiEville '56, Gillham 45 Mineral Springs 60, Gale 37 Guernsey 45, Geona Central 39. Games Tonight Hope vs Bright Star 7:15 p. m. Guernsey vs Texarkana 6 p. m. Lewisville vs Mineral Springs 8:30 p. m. Bradley vs Ashdown 9:45 p. m. "All of a sudden it occurred to mo that I was receiving a warn- ning. What if I already had wailed loo long to bring in my young pitchers and get them ready to pitch big league baseball What if two or three of my veteran's should have bad years all at once It is not true that I asked waivers on Allie Reynolds at the same time as Raschi, and that Cleveland claimed him, but that is not to say tht Reynolds' name never has been on a waiver list. "What a lot of people don't realize is that this team f that has won five pennants is a young team except for its pitching. Only three o f its members-Reynolds, Phil Rizzuto and Yogi Berra :played on "Bucky Harris' winning club in 1947. I am proud that we quarterfinal round with Springfield (MB.) State, the defending champions, still in the running. The NIT is 1 running true to form for the first time in years. That, plus the fact Duqucsne already has beaten Niagara twice, albeit with difficulty both times, makes the Dukes favored in their game. Western Kentucky figures to have too much height and speed for the sliclc Crusaders of Holy Cross. Bevo Francis, Rio Grande's sen sational scorer, made only 27 points as his team was upset by Southeastern Louisiana College 78 65 in a second round game last night. The NCAA field finally was.com pleted yesterday with the selec lion of Colorado to represent the Big Seven Conference. The Buff a Iocs gained a tie with Kansas in the conference race when the Jayr hawkers were upset by Missouri, then won the berth on a lucky draw by Conference Commissioner Beaves Peters. Kansas won the NCAA title in 1952, and lost out in the fin"alS~tp- 'Indiana last year 69-68. Indiana, which has a' better ranking in The Associated Press poll then any team in the NCAA, may have their toughest struggle in their tourney bow this time. The Hoosiers, ranked second na tionally go against Notre Dame's 5th-ranked. team, which has rolled to 17 consecutive victories. Indiana*- beat the Irish 66-65 back in December and also eliminated Notre Dame in last year's NCAA Tournament. kiddies, including Whitey Ford , || arid to place as little dependence as possible in Reynolds and Eecl Lopat. If st), the guest of his sixth straight flag figures to be very wearing on Ihe professor's nerves. TNT Giv«s Police a Rough Time DALLAS Wl — Two one- pound TNT cans strapped be- ^ neath a Dallas County bride gave officers a bad time yesterday. A phone call to the sheriff's office reported the cans under a farm road bridge svere wired for detonation. Soon Sheriff Bill Decker was broadcasting radio warnings and calling county commissioners and other officers to the scene. A dynamite expert, Leo- ^ nard Hollifield, gingerly re- w moved the cans. "Man," he sighed. "Enough to blow up this end of the county." As two of the officers drove away they spotted men in Army uniforms working under another bridge. "We'r,e from the 49th Ar- . mored 'Division," one of the National Guardsmen explained. "We're having maneuvers. We w got every bridge mined in .this -end of the county with dummy TNT and this is our last objective to blow up." Tea ms Try for NCAA Positions NEW YORK m — The National invitation Tournament takes the center of the stage in college basketball's biggest week of the year today as the 16 teams remaining in the National Collegiate Championships awaited their next games. Semi-finals yere on top in the NIT with top-seeded Duquense favored over fourth-seeded Niagara and second-seeded Western Kentucky expected to topple third- seeded Holy Cross. The final and a consolation final for tonight's losers, is scheduled Saturday. Some of the NCAA entries head- c-d for the four regional tourney sites Philadelphia, Iowa 'City, Stillwater Okla., and CorvalHs, Ore. -T- and those already on hand got in their final practice licks. 'fere's how they'll line up for the NCAA tilts tomorrow night: At Philadelphia — Nuvy vs. Cort nell and La Salle vs North Carolina State. At Iowa City — Penn State vs Louisiana State ftnd Notre Pame vs Indiana. At StiUwater — Bradley vs Colorado and £}ce vs. Oklahoma At CorvaliU vs. ' vs. (ITY MKT. SOOTH WALNUT Fresh Chittlerings 3 Lbs 69c Fresh Neck Bones 3 ub S 79c Fresh Pig Tails 3 Lbs 79c Fresh Dressed Buffalo 49cLb All Meat Sausage 4 us 1.00 100% Gr. Beef 4 ^ 1.00 Weiners 33c u. Fresh Beef Liver 19c u Fresh Pork Steaks 49c u Meoty Spore Rib; rwi sy^ m&. HOViiET The shirt that's making VALUE HISTORY 95 at '2 with guaranteed Airplane Glbth Collar SAVE WHEN YOU BUY IT- get lustrous white, quality broadcloth, famous Wings tailoring, choice of your favorite collar style, at $1 less than comparable brands! SAVE AS YOU WEAR IT- Airplane Cloth Collar is guaranteed to outwear the shirt body— or you get a new shirt free! REPHANS

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