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The War Bonnet Stays On But Thomsen May Kind Trouble Replacing Mr. ThomaR Mirrphy BY JOHKNV r.nr United Press rnrre.«|Mnrieni .•FAYETTEVn.I.E, Ark.. July !3. <UP)—If Itt-nd roach Fred C. Thomsen con fliul n slgnal-harkor io mi the plan", left by Tom Murphy, Ihe championship University of Arkansas football tram will he just &s'sirring tills year RS. last Season. A Efliiari comixiwd of fnur teams. Including 1!) leUerhieu. is expected to import for Inlllnl prhe- ttce on September 10. Thomsen ssld. While Ihe nazoruack mentor would not commit hlnirelf or make nny predictions nbniit 10s chance of retaining Hie Ronlh- west conference championship next Jail, he was optimistic, over wlitu. his tram mlghl do "if it func- itons as li. Li capable of dni;ig." So enlhnslnstie were, university ofjlcinls over" tlw propels of tiieir team this yenr Hint n 'ten-game schedule hns been arranged Inelud- ing'a game »tiu every rlvnl mr-iii- •' her 'of Ihe canlti-ence. Ii Ls thr- first lime in Southwest conference hlstors 1 thai the university has been matched ngalnst nil members 'the same reason. Only On* ••Itveallirr" : The opener ' September 2<» against the Mounlntncers of (lie College of the O?.nrks Is Ihe only "breather" for Ihe Rnzorlmcks. • Coach Thomsen. \\1ia will Iw starting his clghih year will] Arkansas tennis and his sixth as director of alhlc'llcs here, will not attmept lo Inaugurate any new system of njtnck his fall. Shorl off-tackle power plnvs, deceptive dashes, nnd .a U'ln-brolher nass combination will, nenhi lie inert In defending ihp itlle. ! Scholarship rcmilremml.s bar! two -of 'Thomscn's nee linckfleld men,. Leo nnd Ai CoiroUo. Two other promising huskies. Knin Con- U and Phil nitgixuiliin. llnllan sophomores from Brooklyn, N. Y.. quIL school before Ilic semesier was. up. making Itiom Ineligible for conference competition Mils fall. .'Leo was I>elng croouied to dn inost of llw punllng for the Hn- zorbacks, wlille ihe younger Al was rated 'iine of Hie 'university's mosl. promising, defensive, hacks. Conll was'.expected to "sharp Ihn tminl of UKTuuback' nua.TlUug with OH- ver_-Crkv!cll. while Hago?ilno «ras attempting 1 .to win 'n gi'mrrt. berth. •:'.'• Plenty of liaoki ;ThomEen's big gunis he Is counting upon In the backfleld next fall Include (lie fleet Fiulph LuForgc, ISO-pound senior .hnlfS.ick from Uttle : n«k: tlvlh Gclse.r. iso- poiind senior halfback from Si- By Kren •The ta\' ' Yoi-jfers Take' Pair, Dflioit Wins' One; Browns Blytr.frtlle Bravts ioczi ball club, defeated the Ma.™, T?nn, Tiger.? yesterday. The score was 10 to ft. • , Here's the. way c. C. Parte?, re-I porter for the rlnb, s l?es n p :Hanrtfiili fnr the Ti.e Hew Yoil: Ynnke iiollce (hat. Ihry ore still much In Ihe American jesienlay. wlnnlnii two while Tigers split n pnlr. ... (lie Nnlloiml l.-ngne the 'world cliamplon Otsnls, on Ihijlr v,ay tn n reprnl. pennnnl, found the Pin- rlnnali 'rifiis hard hut finally won. The Tigers' broke even In Ivo games win, u,p Mar-ks. Tlie Philadelphia el lib defcnlrd Ihe Ben- gals In ilin flrsl. control with tVK- rli'h hurling shnlniiL hall. 1 • lo o He allowed (nil sir. hlls. Borrell was the Inshiji pitcher, fn Ihe Sfi-oud sjame the Tigers •found bnltlwt eyes nml liad nn easy lijne, \i io [t. iinwri rellflv- c-d Mnrliei-ry lo Ret credit,for Ihe 'onil triumph. He nppeared as u relief hurler In each gamp. The Yanks Iw'.u' the. Chicago While Rox twice. The scores were n io 2 a.iul IS lo .2. Allen and De- flionq were Ihe winning hiirlcnr tinlic nutli .and Bvrd lilt homers. The Cleveland Indians heal.' the Huston Red Sox twice Hi Cleveland. The'wins nut the Indians In third place. The scores were J to " • - • - -- iienn . . , ome.toy who lakes care of Ihe ihorl field l( just ton tight and Horn al. Ihe.hot chrmjr t/iov:s hh !)fan.'. Tlie oulfielri Is well cared lor by Hnby Hay, 1,. McLlii and Tyler, fiariftt the receiver I=. a>: ;ood as Ihfrf is In nort'hro=.i Ar- kp.nrns." 2 and. ti to s. Harder nnd were , llin winning pitchers. The Si. Uiils Browns winning -trenk wns haltct) nt seven strnlght when ihe Wnshlnglon Senators won a lo 4 al. St. .Louis yesterday. Unl:n was the whining pHrher tnnil wns Iho loser.rf The Qianls went 11 Innings In 'r.ke Ihe Cincinnati H'crls.' 2 to' " PilKlnunniis lasted .ihe PJI| IIV roule nnd so did Prey, the'lcyilnf' oilcher. Moo/e' scored tKilh ' Nev; York's runs . The su Louis Cardinals beet the ™S£2l* IMI.-.IOM ; Hraves G lo ^ nnd 4 '~ " ™* -- " •• •• jover Mr. Sullivan nt Cape Cllrar-riii. Rnndyi nidge atm,in.v, July 2fl. ilenu hns Mr.' Sullivan oiit to re-1 The .Ixw scorf of the Sandy Knlu prestige over the Mprnnejr < nidge-JOlner gnme follows: Kelley Wins I6ili But Fails] in; Effort io Got I7tli' Victo'iy. Hurry Keltcy, backbone of the nnd Slnkey nlrrtills. Tlie''unknown" Sandy Ridge Mr. Miller may furnish the vc-1 Young rf ... hU'le fnr Rough House'r, climb BevllLi If ... bnel; al mat fame. If he wins Vnnce Sl> ... nwr Sullivan he will 'probably be|plllimni '.'h ~ Ah R. 11 .wen here nsaln in ihe future. Lutes Eke* Out Win '. . Over Shady Grove, 7-6 Lutes defeated Shady drove. 7 ..... ib Ilnney r fl. a allies .lenlUnr, Sli Cnrker ef Dison cf Ledbetler ss M. Gnlnp. 1 . |t Tolnls Joiner for nnd • George, n jrair of iVO-povind' senior halfbacks frnm t\>rdyce: nnd Bid -.Ic-fTrleji. a transfer 170- pound junior halfbiirk from Me- Crory; f.ho, gained nn dll-slnlc halfback berth lor (wo years nt Avkajisas' Polylcclinlc College, rtus- scll'ville. . ... Jeffries.,like ^iForfie,.Is a sprint, man! .and., a- dangerous open-Hold ruiinSr. Wllh this pnir dnrtinrMJrr lncl:b> and the .lordans jevcr ready to slip their famous, PUSS ' play ccmoinailon* over or through the opposition, the nnzbrbncks have a potential scoring threat • from any position of the field. Olivet Crlswell, the 200-pound senior battering rani from Purccll. Okln. will take care of most of ihe line piling ing. . ' - Oelwr. the dron-ktck nrtisi who pliiced for- ihrcc points raid i liorhecomlni; victory over South crn Methodist University last, ycni Is another point maker lo be con sl.ilp.red in Arkansas' attack. Thomten ha.', n squad of veter arts from end to end In his for ward ?,-alI and can even flll re placements with proven malerln 50* I'sund Line Sub-captain Paul Rucker. a six foot 200-pound senior from Bnirx lie, will probably slnrl at one eu wllh Howard Lake .anolher six- foot, ISC-pound wlngman from Fayctlcvlllc, Getting the flrsl call Rt the olhc.r. IxU:c also k n senior. . Captain W. R. (Foots) Benton. .n-.coiilor six-foot plus who weighs, 200 pounds, will start nt n tackle, lob. John .- Mearel, anoiiier 200-' piiund senior from HcnnllaBC, nnd Mack Hailen, 224-pound junior from "ort Worth, Tex., will compete for .Kb other uiilgnmcnt. Billy Sptvey, a 205-pound husky VvliTUII. llolll ,... V .,.., L nod b.-ill with Wllloutfliby ROII,;?! I'ourj until the last Inning'while; ellc-y Kns ronuitnlly in trouble! it won neverlliciejs. Kelloy couldn't.qu'lie .niak'e'It "for Is nth Vlcl'ory In .'MIC 'second Billy linync relieved him j Win Two Games, Beating Joiner, Rosebud! •• .<lti'.!ck. rf .. I Whs "c '...'. Amdersou |i 45 Ai) 13 10 R- II 0 0 of Hie 33 S 5 (i .n. «my IXI^MU reueveo nun I Snndy llld^e \vrin Iv.n ball name.-;: Kelley .wns charged with lhc' ni Snin| V nidge pnrk, soutn ol' oss. .Olnrchec Siruss, Mltlc Rock i Hls-'rievillc- on Highway 01. aim-' pccdball-- ' pitcher, llmlled ihe ltai-1 rtefMll »B Joiner. 13 lo 5, and! :iucks io .one'nil In ihe seven 1 "'"""""" 1 J '" ' nninr. afTalr. Tiw Out 13 As Yarbro Wins JI Itosolaml, 4 10 1. ••• ••• • .«• ». • Ynrbrn'r. rul.'ly ori;;inl?ed bnll scora' .was 4' '1'hc-' Kldgers hit llic ciiTcrlnes of club tinfeaLed liie fnM NiimlKT I Sander.'on hurri lo cop trjCi.lolner Eiaht Dull club of Pemlfcoi coun- iiiu scconci pincc Vplnnlce'rs df. l Ka "' l! wllllc Marcus Guinea, work- ly r. io 3 Pcldny. tented Ihe Atlnti'lii Crackers 4 to '"? fo! ' Rtl " (| y KiAK, nllowed but Mareii-, Gnlnes hiirkd for • Ynr I With HnLvldU) liiifllvi» ev,,..^... live hits. . bro nnd nilphr-rt Hnn Imll V^pnlnr with Holsclaw hurllns! shutout bio nnd pitched fine unll. keeping mil. The .VoKh'urler kept ilx At-i In - tllc ' scennd enme, nn nlitre- five hits rendered nnd striking Inntu hlls well scattered, Chattnnoogn nnd Knoxvlllc split a rlniiblehoadpr yesterilay at Knox- villc-. The Sinnklon tool: the first same, 3 to 1. and iho I/»koiits the second. 3 10 I. The New Orlonns Pelican', tlc- fenled the Batons twice. The scores wove 14 lo 4 nnd 6 to 1. Messenccr and Brynnt were Ihe. winning; pltchcrj! ffIS TIKE 1 Hasfon, Walker and Vance, were », rmr , '• winning nlU-hers. II was the ijawlf. cf M time, tin,- year j hat . , Vanrfi Ciff |f - iif.ir-d Die routoj -Berger mads'-a Hule viin In eaeh name for tin: TI. . ... The Phltilrs riefenled .(lie Chi jgo Cliibr.. in-. 12 -Innlng.s.- The "'as fi fo 5. Camllll, formei hit n -...„ inn .acroj.'! (he plate. C. J - BiiU'r If )avl--. was the. wliinlns pitcher Harnllton rf ir.d Hoot Ihe laser. • ™"- : !j ' nroflblyn's Dodgers won' fames fioni the • P'Ulsnin'ett ' MONDAY, JtrLV .23, IHawHdi" Strike ii Af Wia NfcXT al Blytheoilles Theatre a , olive, Is called away on duty. siage i sl ' lp hnda her emotions are tor. • , siage a s are tor. comedy-f.tar, has the leading role' s (' n i'i for her. The immnsi o;it- with Mary Eolond, Nell Hamilton icome of ihls tilangubr love r,r- Parricia Ellis, fsaliel Jewell, Sid-| fair la revealed In a smashing •" — : ~ f " 't-.r.™ =:-.T.~;~I — ^^ ---- ney Toip;- and isarry Gray in featured j'nle.s. The story, erninmed wiiii amus-' ing MliiaMons, h:'gias \vllh nn sr- gumeiil helsfni Jacl: Haley nmi Issbei Jewell, nil f.Wfcihfsn. Chased by Ihe "cops," Haley Iskfs refuge In a Pullman compartment of a young hrlde whose liii'hand has Jiisl dr.f-rlrd her lx>her fr.lhc-i- losi. -^irprl'lng climax. mm 8 f.; cause her fr.lhcr losi. iiis money. _M:Mit lo IK outdone, she forces Harj j ley lo 91-coinpaiiy her home as Ihe u :nev.' hrliipgioom, v.'lio 15 a famous 'm.vlrc,1 indin lenor. Mnijm , ,„„ l!lp romantic leads in Smith's Liberly Team! Avenges Defeat Faflier • C 'i- i Paratnniinl.'s "The Orel,! Flll lain season at liickennan. i" or -" lll? siory or the tempesn;- ! lous nnd heeli John Smith 'and his Liberty Cash' t ' : "™ pc ' s mMl ^locers of Blvlheville nnri M*m 'P 1 **. wnleh AUnWlt Lfl " (JI P'"? Para.nn.inrs -The Oret,! Fllna- lous nnd heelie romance of one n. al famous singe cou- — -. ...^,^,:,,, .„,„ nu-ui- • comes Tuesday and phis evened mattters with Ihe "'""pj-idoy lo the Hlt3 theater. Wh.it pramkcs to he on? nf ihe mo5t hilnrtous comedies of the season i-s uhprliiled as ilie ffalure Ktirnctlon at ihe Rilz thealer ns/i Saturday, where It will nppear under (he Mile of -The Merry Pruilrs," Aline afai'J.fE!ion lie.-, ihe leading role of "Mom" Frint. vcho tried in keep her family happy. »iid fliifilly gives up lu .a^i,^, ""ty In find Ihat she ran ti ni herrel/ l,e |, np| , y wi(hmi| ,. ?| nniliiie^ hii.-Jisnd nnd chiliim, •. C-.uy K!t*e has Ihe role of Un- !cle Newl. ftho drops In on a fam- ,""' 0 «™»«iPned will, money, '1 Implants him,=eli a« a m* ii-dPi- vritl, HII extraordinary nn- of Oiocers of Blylheville nnd Memphis evened mattters with Ihe - Tur.ke.rmnn, Ark.. Independent, lenni; Ml> "J' ni i P 1 "!'- 1 - the role ... „„,. yesterday by beating the latter HR-"'""'' s ' )riilinl11 lij| t egolteitcal gregallon 8 to fi'. at Tiickennati. 1r ' < ' U)r The local? were beaten earlier in the sesaon by Hie same tenm. Werchn ' ' ihitller.s bill good natured husband and Allen Jenkins as P K «- !3 ^ tr 1 ' llie - trl ° forrn5 °" e Innhle. ramr.ly (earns imas- Violently In love wilh Ihe filr- and licaullfiil ziUi, played y Mlss '- al1<li - Menjou first plnc •- her in his play, WorchB hurled for Blythnvllle I i)y Mlss '- a " rti - "<"']"» unl pine- r . and limited liie Tuckernim bnt-!'' s hnr '" nis P'"!'- lalp r marries .,.,- "™ CliNTl ters lo 10 scattered hlis Wa»-i i1(> '' and takcs ''« r ^ America io lln ° Filcc '"'ollwr. ner, Criltendtn and ,1 Rlllntti ( ' wa ' le rlvals for her affection. I !!' s l ' lasc lo ll ° woikod for Tiickerman. BuL ! " America the sllunlton I l , m slul livc : The box score:- . becomes worse as .she falls in love| , rc tll(l >' ril ">^ Bly[l!svl)!e Ab H R E wil1 ' Davi(1 Manners. Finally, !; "' V™" n ! I.lkcd Their Home T. Marshall llj .. .Slewart. rf ..'.... Total'. Tiickerman doiihle. Ihnl pent Ihe Hantey'nf ......... ft !. The seores were .1 to 2 and. 10.. Hablch w'as the winner first, eanie : diiel and Prennh .ho. loser. Hengc won the. 'second. Thurmond- w - BiiUifJ- 'fs Qondlett a> .. Elliott ,lh ... Berslef o Wagner p ... nook. Arif:..(iji'j\- calash hrilevpd- -Ui heavy dietc. v/hllc elc'anlne tho 15-pounci :i-;li at- x liis' hofue'. iieri;.. .'Corle.v ioi.nrt two paJrs of. pliers' in Ihf fish's fJomach.. : Both wei-> -h?avy nnehaiilc's pllarr,. .He.- eaiiRhf the Isl.i al. Ili.V. luniilFi of the at. Frrm'ci.': iiv?r," ." ' : . """". - Bly'thf.vllle 007 -pop" 000 -ill David Manners. Finally, j, when she has achieved stardom Q'UI (he cost of her huibnnd's ca- O .i-ee.r, she ihmws him over, for n 'Mannprs.._ .. . . _ 0 Meiijoii disappears. When h« re„ turn-, l.roken and dispirited he 0 learns ihnt r.he regrers her bargnin n nnd Is wllluig-io lake-him-back J In n- .'kilfiiity awrd scene Afeiijou _ proudly declines her offer of aid j nnri leaves her forever to jo West .nnd rebuild his career R ' 1 William Powell's lair-it rlelhr 1 vehicle for Warner Bros.," • Tne 1 Key." comes to ihe Ritz theater 0 on Thursday and Friday. 0 The- ploL carries nn unilwinl love. 0 Wangle in which two British off!-1 0 err*, engaged In the suppression of! 0 the rebellion, 'battle;'- fnr the love' 0 of n woman who Is the. wife of j 0 one, but had been the sweetheart 0 of the olher. i — William Powell hns the role of _ 3 an English officer, a reckless, dare- HUE devil fighter, si gay dog with no . .J 11 I scruples about women. He has had • OOfl^O 10 3 an' affair '.wlth.Norah, a part play- 'h'es on his •1. while farm ho nrrlved. '. Kun. tin 1 ! - l<'!levc in slay- to home. All five if Hill live i!i fniifh county, '•v.'lh (heir p.ir- a?.n. Tom, 84, still old homc- VUliam. 07. Hv«5 nn omciimded wh°n \>\ Elllvi, 01. HVK io and Karw ifi <-.v,,i HO u Ab II 1 1 2 0 Phwie 777 Night— S Q U |,. k _Wrecker Service HliSliip8 Motor Co. '37- 10 6 Frirget Caudiirs Agency General Insurance J fhooe :)! j •«'. mi js.\ • uni ^LiiiLc, iiii iiuiji-j.- ii>c nii^ . v.n 11 im iiiJU nil IKIliijl • vlnled live iuniiiE tilt, ihe Klrtg- out IS. nt, scored In Iho wcond nml fourth ' N'ninlier Ilishl and Vnrbro will iuulnjs. nied:ioe \vn.s Ihe wlrnlng piny in Yar'lmi Wediie-diy. July; lllll'lrr. 'JS. O-.iiuiv. \\[i| : ii!iiln In- ml til.-[ .Innp/Jwo plays Paiitly Illdce lunimtl. IT 1 Last Time today Mat. 2:30. 10-25e . Nlte 7:15. l<J-35c Jack Haley, Mary Roland, Neil Up.mlUnn and Patricia In i Mr. Welch Meets Mr. Mavr and Mr 'Sullivan Tackles Mr. Miller. .- from Selma, Is almost sure U) start al guard with the other Iwrth a wide open scramble between two senior lightweight 115- pcund letttrmen—CharWs Black of Corning and Emtl (Dutch) Boc> Two six-foot lettermen will wage n friendly warfare lor the center X* with Jack Niwby, 185-pound Junior from LltUe Rock, and Mark Shtrlaad, 117-pound jtnior from McGehee, slagins th« batUe. • Thosuen could sun a veteran] wnlor Uui with a 300-pound for-' ward wan and proven runners In thi *x*tti dtpwrtaent. this may •be bis rauon for jhowlng no great • concern' . over the Razcrticks 1 •chanced thl» fall. All he wants now, hie MJI, la a quarterback ts :£!?•' « *1«~ b« lort .by fnd- Two imknowns take ai two very -fll kno^Ti enniicr'i In the week- mnl sho-.v ni Haley Field to-1 nl«ht. • [ In the so-called feature match I over the 90-mlnnte or leis, two out of thr:« falls, route, Roy Welch, the ro;.ish actor, meets John i - IM- , ;wtlea to .dlriet UK material Marr. who fa fnr Is ^"ilng but I a name to mat fnns here. How-1 tvcr, they would be Inclined lo! give him a high place In their' array of favorites if he should rxmnd out a victory over Mr. Welch and do It in Welch's own fashion by slugging his way on I top. . In the .preliminary Mr. Rough House Sullivan of the Tennessee countryside meets another stranger M local fBiis in. the person oJ one Mr. Jim Miller. As you may Ruess If yon haven't seen Mr. Sullivan perform, he In also supposed (o be a .very rough person and rather IncUa«d Us argument. However. * teemit quicker th»n quick f«H Ur, Jilto "~ -.-.-.-• - Lose Your Secretary? Find a belter one through our classified want fids-- JF your secretary has answered the call of the wedding bells, don't worry about finding one as good. Our classified want ads reach the finest type of job- seekers, assuring you of the finest type of replie* to your "Help Wanted" ad. Here Comes the Groom* Paramount News Technicolor Shorl "Morocco Special Newsreel of Ban Francisco strlk* from its beginning lo the climax. Tuesday - Weds. THEY WONT ACCEPT OUR CHALLENGE? Can fl be that competitor* looked fit tte Hudioa and Terrapi^ae Hit of 73 official A.A.A. *ptfd, acceleration and bill climbiog rec. onls,including every major mouatain climb in the United States? Can It tte That Titey Didn't Want YOU to See How Olher Cars Perform in Competition with Hudson and Terraplane? Anyhow, the fart remaini— NOT ONE COMPETING CAR ACCEPTED THE HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE CHALLENGE! ISOtPHE HENI9U mil Nimts f-'*t«li If Paramount News Comedy — ''Making (he Rounds" with Pnltette and Catktl The dfadlin« his pawed on Hudson and Trrrapianr.'i wide-open rhal. Irnge to compctiag can. I. To climb the toughc*t hilt ID ihU tictaity fittrr in high grar! 2. To accelerate fatter to 50 mile* ao hour from • it»ding start 1 3. To go far. tber on five galloni of gt» ! But them were no token. competition, we went out u>4 »vie the«« te«U oonelve*, with slock cars from ourftoor.'tlie reanlis •re in our «hoHrooui for yon to SIM-.! The can are here for you lo drive! Juit ride —today —in these cars! Then let owners tell you of il, c RUCflEDNESS of these cars, of their low upkeep cost, long life nod the score* of extra feature* you can't get -"• in other can it anywhere near the price. There's a Hudson or Terra. plane waiting here, for you to drive — today. Ml TN K TIE HKt! MffE THESE MRS! HUE THE OTHERS I MMMHt Hftt lt<tir,Prlcti ff . •^««Kav m » K»4Mi*n. M M t$o . . Hudson 9 685 . . Terraplane *f»Q5 •nd *f mtfttlaryftrtlatfd mo&tt Aiitomobile Sales Co. & Fifth Rlythevilie, Ark. •• i

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