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TEN-ROOM HOUSE, BARN," TWO extra lots, 404 West Avenue G. Make us an offer. SOUTH WALNUT STREET DU- plex, corner location, on new pavement. „FIVE-ROOM; HOUSE, NEWLY constructed, all modern, numerous' built-ins, garage; 1002 West Fourth Street. THREE ROOMS AND BATH, "chicken house. Tot 75 by 150, two blocks west Paisley school. • 'FIVE LOTS ON HIGHWAY 67. just west of town, all adjoining, 50x132. TWO RESIDENTIAL LOTS, COR- ner of East Seventh, street.: ,SEE MR. CHARLEY BAKER AT our office for the following farm, property: • 80 ACRES, SIX-ROOM HOUSE, gas, electricity, double garage, barn and other buildings, . one mile north of Hope on SPG road. 140 ACRES FIVE MILES SOUTH of- Spring Hill, some timber, make us an offer. "600 ACRES SEVEN MILES WEST of Hope, five houses, six barns, other buildings, good water supply, 200 acres in cultivation, 400 in pasture. MODERN SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WA- : ter, lights, electricity, garage, ; servant house, three acres land, three miles north of Hope on Washington highway. 370 ACRES-ON HIGHWAY 67 TWO miles west of Hope, two houses, •jig barn, fenced. 120 ACRESTHREE MILES SOUTH * of Hope on Highway 29, five-room house, big barn, 30 acres good Pine timber. SIX AND'HALF ACRES ON PAT- mos" road, near Hope Country Club, gas and electricity available. NUMEROUS' OTHER FARM LIST- ;ings in Hempstead and Nevada 'counties. For Sole CHRISTMAS GIFTS. FULLER brushes of all kinds. Especially stiff bristles. Mrs. Leon Bu.ndy. Phone 138. 19-lin 6 ROOMS NICE FURNITURE— heaters — coolerator — Wash- machine — Tubs — Electric Gas ing mangle. Must sell everything in next few days. Come early and get your choice. Tom Carrel apartment house, opposite Hope Police Station. 9-Gt Fair Enoi By Westbrdok Pegler Copyright; 1946 Bv Klna Features New York, Dec. 12— Tom Clark, the United States Attorney General, has invited sports writers from all sections of the country to meet in Washington and form a national organization to encourage "millions of American youngsters" to take more interest in clean sports and other recreational activities. My colleague, Bill Corum, an- FOUR-ROOM HOUSE. ONE ACRE nounc °s Ms intention to be there ground. Located just outside city limits, Prescott. Ark., Mrs. Violet Coe, Phone 209 or 180, Prescott. 9-Gt ONE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE — Excellent condition, good tires. Price §165.00. Call or see T. F. Grayson, Prescott, Arkansas, Phone 568. 9-Gt 130 ACRE FARM. 40 ACRES IN cultivation, good pasture, timber land, well watered and fenced. Bargain $3200. Floyd Phillips McCaskill, Ark. 10-Gt and his -91'sonal conviction that "the world of sports has a golden opportunity here, not to say a challenge." Mr. Clark's invitation relates that this idea emerged from a recent national conference on the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency that Bill Corum impetus that Arkansas Cagers Advance in Tournament By SKIPPER PATRICK Kansas City, Dec. 13 —<ff>) — The upstart Kansas State College Wildcats will continue their bid tonight for a pri/e which 34 hours ago was considered impossible for them to attain — the championship in the All-Big Six conference pro-season basketball tournament. Kansas State was the only Big Six team that had lost a .game this season when the tournament opened yesterday and the odd-makers had them down by 20 points. Oklahoma, undefeated in lour starts tmd traveling at a scoring average of 62.5 points per game, was a top- heavy favorite over the field. But Kansas State beat Oklahoma yes- terdy, 59-55. SPORTS ROUNDUP New York, Dec. 13 used to call them the monsters of the- Midway, but from.the looks of ! things the Chicago Bears will be trying to run around the New York 3iants in the National Football League playoff Sunday instend ot pounding their way through ihe way monsters are supposed vo do. .'The Giants line and backcrs-up lave been very stubborn this season, as the Bears discovered the last l.ime they were here , but a few of the league's spcedboys have discovered they can outrun xhe secondary and catch passes . .To Chicago's strategy apparently will be to have Sid Luokman pitch to George McAfee, who has only played three games but has scored on three o£ the ten passes he has Gerald Tucker, who set n Big 1941 2-DOOR PONTIAC, GOOD condition. Can be seen in front Estate ll-3t of Riley Lewallen Real office. Russell Lewctllen. I am a little skeptical as to the nossibilities, believing that ihe strange, hard little chippies that I see hanging around the Waldorf when certain crooners and nionn- ers are performing in the Wedg- . _._. wood Room, and certain notorious TURKEYS 2V4 MILES NORTH- Hollywood characters are in'resi- east of Hope on old Highway 67. de ," ce in tlle Tower, would be in- M. H. Miller. 11-311 different to any appeal from the most eloquent sports writer that ever lived, and that the fault lies not with these omi:--otis young' guttersnipes but with Ihe parents who let them run wild. They are a cult, and :\ national cult at that. Some WHEELCHAIR. GOOD AS NEW. Adjustable back and foot rest. 2 small back rubber tire wheels. S35. Clinton Carter. Gale, Ark. Gen. Del. ll-3t PRACTICALLY NEW BOYS Bicycle, 28 inch size/Mrs. Verdis Moses, 1802 South Main St. 12-3t SIX SCREEN FRAMES, 2 PAIR casement windows. 3 large doors. 306 South Pine St. 12-3t TWO NICE HOUSES, GOOD LO- cation. Wade Warren, phone 350. . , 13-6t YOUTH BED, WITH MATTRESS for sale, good as new. Can be seen at 316 South Walnut St. 13-3t SMALL ELECRIC WASHER, LA- dies fur coat and other suits. Phone 488. 315 North Pine St. 13-Gt FOSTER-ELLIS PHONE 221 12-3t Wonted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIP- tions to any magazine. Order your Christmas gift subscription now. Phone 28 or 369-R. Charles Rey- 'nerson at Hope City Hall. 15-lm Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings, .Write Riley Cooper,, ,1909. West 17th St. Texarkana, Texas. 15-lmo For Rent THREE for _ Schooley'i Mrs. J. E. Schooley. writes . _ sports is able to give'the move-1 Six scoring record of : ~175~points" in ment would be ihe most xmoort-110 games jn 1943, poked in :i4 points ant crowd that it could mould for I for Oklahoma, but his solo effort itself." wasn't enough to cope with the Kansas Slate scoring attack. Howard Howey, Kansas State guard, was individual hero of ihe opening round in the three - game double-consolation tournament. He accounted for fifteen points. Kansas State meets the Southern Methodist University Mustangs in the too game of tonight's program. S.M.U. outlasted the Missouri Tigers 56 to first round game. ' well played The University of Kansas Jay- hawks, 55-to-3G winners over Iowa Slate and the Southwest Conference's Arkansas Razorbacks, f>7- of the demonstrations of mass hys-|46 winners ovo Nebraska, meet in teria which they have presented the other ;iight contest. The second round afternoon here on high-pressure Hollywood occasions deliberately engineered by moving picture promoters have had about them a psychological reminder of the children's crusade, f have been watching children's fads (or fifty years, including the affectation of silly hats, droopy socks and idotic mottos painted oh flivvers, but this country, in my time, never saw anything quite like this bobby-sox and swing-music mania. They seem to go absolutely crazy over a voice or che snueals that some outwardly ingratiating evokes from a clarinet They run in packs strange, mad rats in schedule today matched Nebraska and Iowa State at 2 o'clock, and Oklahoma and Missouri ' at 4 o'clock. Kansas played a masterful defensive game against Iowa State, among certain officials, 'players and fans," instances of intimidation of players by thugs with an interest in gambling, and collusion between players and bookmakers. These were matters that baseball , . reporters themselves should have thncI found °. ut and exposed, and, in view ,,-,,7o o£ familiar symptoms and associa- Norway twenty years ago which were de- racing wildly across scribed cliff at a bunch of them loitering in the 12-3t For Sale or Trade 1942 DODGE TON TRUCK, long wheel base, new tires and motor. Large back end. Also 193G Chevrolet. Esso Service Station. Emmet. ll-6t 1941 SPECIAL DELUXE CHEVRO- let Good condition. See Tracy Mullins at 524 West Division 13-3t tions in New York, there is no ex cuse for a complacent assumption that such things can't happen the major leagues as well. caught Luckman, incidentally, should be belter this lime. In his last visil he spent considerable lime looking after long-neglected business affairs and the pavement pounding didn't help him evade the charging Giants. Shot in the Dark The other day George Harvey, hunting and fishing expert of the Pcnn State college faculty, was moaning because, for the second time in ifi years of deer hunting, he had needed two down his buck shots to bring Track Coach Chick Werner, who docs most of his shooting with a starter's ;ois- tol, listened without loo much sympathy. A few days before he had had brought down two birds with one shot. One-Minute SpMrts Pago Oklahoma's Bruce Drake, who led the battle against basketball goal tenders, now wants io restrict the big guys by putting a seven foot semi-circle around the basket as a threesccond zone to prevent cheap tin-in goals . Adam Walsh, ex-Los Angeles Rams' conch, has an offer to become dean of men at an Eastern college, presumably Bocloin . . That spray turn Used to squirt New York U. baskctbal- lers — and the : r loor — this season contains a "secret" reviving solution invented by Jnkc Webber, the old Fordham trainer . . . Chuck Taylor who fights at ihe Garden tonight, says his missing front tooth is the result of a tank job— driving one in the army. radio programs. That doesn't count Owner George Marshall, who is celebrated for his broadcasting without a mike . . . Before last light's Garden game, Coach Hank Iba of the Oklahoma Aggies admitted he had so many good basketball prospects on his squad he didn't even know it he had brought :he right team East. Maybe he uiows now. Ag- No Stone Unturned Whiley Overton, the Auburn fr Basketball Results By The Associated Press Last Night's Scores: East Long Island -I; Oklahoma -lies 40. New York Univ 0; St. Francis Brooklyn) -12. Rhode Island State 1; Quonset HI> Naval Air 44. Midwest Toledo 03; Montana GO (extra pc- 'iocl). Bradley 01- Texas Aggies Ci3. Valparaiso 53; Pcppcrdine 40. (owa 07; Detroit 51. Fort Sheridan 53; Concordin (St. Louis) 42. Northwest (Okla.> Tchrs 43) .-'il.lsburgh (Kasi Tchrs 42. ' Fort Hays (Kas) 73; Kearney Neb) Tchrs 4'J. St Benedicts (Kas) !>4; Ottawa vKas) 41. Big Six Tourney (First Round) Kansas 5; Iowa Slate 30. Southern Methodist 50; Missouri ,3. Kansas State 59; Oklahoma 55. Arkansas 37; Nebraska 40. South and Southeast Georgetown !5; Nevada 47. New Orleans Loydla 54; Houston t8. Kentucky G4; Dcpaul 45. Georgia !>• Chattanooga 32. Duke (il; Fl.'impden-Sydncy !il. Virginia Military 5; Fort Bel- vciiv 51. . William and Mary 66; Camp Lee 44. Wake Forest !iG: Windsor Firemen (Independent) 2!~>. High Point 59; Cedarville (Ohio) 28. Arkansas State 81; Southwestern ..La) 41. Southwest New Mexico 74; Hardin Simmons 27. Conway (Ark Tchrs 37; Durant Some Facts About Grid Season By AUSTIN BEALMEAR New York, Dec. 13 — (fl 1 )— Flashbacks of n figure filbert on the lO'ld football season, compiled on this Friday the 13th from the records of the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau, official bookkeepers for the NCAA: Georgia's all-victorious Bulldogs led all major teams in the number of touchdowns, extra points and total points, crossing enemy goal lines 54 times and converting 48 times for a total of 372 points. Not. a single team went tnrougli the season without being scored upon, nor was there any major club that failed to score. Notre Dame held opponents to the fewest points, 24, and was the only i team against which no points after touchdown were registered. sh man who broke records in three of his tour cross-country races in is fall, always holds a small pebble in his mouth to prevent Jryncss while he's running . In the one r.'ice where he didn't break (Okla) Tchrs 27. Ouachita (Ark) Tchrs 0; Little George ticked 47 Jernigan of Georgia of his tcnm's 48 extra joints to lead the nation in that mportant art and lie vhe college •ecord sot by Dick Walterhouse of in 1D44. Jernigan five conversion Army inly hroughout the season, whereas Waterhouse misses on his record. missed attempt however, had 11 Among otlier players who boot- l 30 or more extra points was Clyde LoForco of Tulsa, 34 out of 42 attempts. Eight teams passed their way to 14 or more touchdowns each. Georgia, with Johnny Rnuch and Charlie Trippi sharing the pitching; !ed the way in this department with 23 touchdown passes. Other leaders were Nevada and William and Mary. 19 each: UCLA, 7; Louisiana State, 1G; Army 15, and Boston College and St. Louis, 14 each. Southern California was the only major eleven that didn't score a single toucndown through the air. The Trojans completed 03 of 130 passes for «38 yards and had only 11 ink-rceptcd but .not one of vhem went for a score. Friday, DeeerHber 13;|946" Tigers- Doped toWimEasily Front Helena Little Hock, Dec, 13 —OT—Little Hock's power laden Tigers cnn annex officially tin Arkansas high school iootbnll champion- — ship considered theirs virtually all ™ season by turning back'ihe. challenge' ot Helena-West Helena here tonight in the filial gaino of the stale playoff scries. The principal question today scorned to be whether the rugged Indian defense and a muddy gridiron can force the all-victorious Bengals to put out all they have in order to win. In ten regular season games and two playoff tilts, the Tigers, District One champions, haven't worked up « decent sweat and have cleared every hurdle by 'A at least 28 points — most of them by ninny more. On the other hand, Helena-West Helena hadn't been scored on all fall when Conway turned the trick in the fading minutes of last week's semi-final clash at Forrest City, which the Indians copped by a 20-li count. Previously the unbeaten' but once-tied east Arkansas eleven, representing the Fifth District, had defeated Uatasville in playoff com- jetition. Little Rock breezed into M he championship game by smoth- ^ ering Little Rook High and Mag- lolia in the early rounds. Tonight's tussle promises a stirring individual offensive duel bo- .ween backs Jimmy Albright and L. J. Schaufeli; of the Tigers and the Indians' halfback Lee Williams and End Frank Fischel, the latter a pass-snatchcr io end pass-snatchers. Probable lineups: 2m ™^*.'Srt*M^5CH" vwft i'^-N«stt«».*^ « BLONDIE By Chick-Y.oung OZARK IKE Page ?ive, By Ray Gotfo I/I WHEN VOU TELL- PEOR-El I'M TAKING A VOU MAKE IT SOUND AS THOUGH I'M A LA2X GOOD-FOR-NOTHING LOAFER USE THE WORD 1 SIESTA' --ITS GOT MORE WHY. WOULD SHE DO THAT TO THE MAN WHOSE NAME SHE BEARS ? MISS MIDNITES. IN PROMT/ THE • HORSES 'ROAR'INTO THE HOMESTRETCH VIC FLINT CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith By Michael O'Malley & RcT.p-.i Lane Rock American Legion 43. East Texas State' 52; Austin 23. Stephen F. Austin 71; Howard Payne 44. ! Arizona 54; West Texas State 43. Far West Judee Eramhnm's~ rpw-irri hnw rnce wlle! '° ho did " * break a : " cc I Far West .01 war-? pohUcIl resuon'so n" iord ' white >' swallowed the pebble Oregon U; Portland 33. hiPh hP wnS H'rtin ,iiS SP n°^ e ™" and barely won . . . You can see o dark theotheeven ng d "look ..j. ..«_ . X- '-veiling, ..cuu 1UUH. , ever which buked he was for Notice smell it and they hang around all' night — for what? Autographs, yes. but still they hang around. Well, mine isn't there. .She is home." Now I don't know what the sport writers could do about that, but one thing they could do is to draw a line again between sportsmen and the trash called sports, and between the world of sports and the underworld. That line has been ob- ridiculed and until he to disclose condi- denied or ROSSTON : CAMDEN BUS SCHE• dule. Leave-Hotel Snyker at 8:15 . a.m. Tuesday and Thursday. 10-(lt MY PIANO TO BE REPOSSESSED Party can have by taking up my payments. John Miller, General Delivery. ll-3t Male Help Wanted WANTED, ASSISTANT BOOK- keeper, general office work. Applications strictly confidential. Give full details as to experience and salary expected. Write BOx 90, Hope, Arkansas. 7-tf XET US RENOVATE THOSE OLD 'mattresses- or make-*ne\v->ones. 'Phone 229-J.- Cobb's-* -Mattress FOBH?R(?M?T DELIVERY OF sand, gravel' and dirt, Call 138. S0-2w WE CAN NOW GIVE FROM 5 TO 10 days delivery on new blinds made in Texarkana. Guaranteed free estimation, also free • installation. We can now re-tape, "re-cord, paint and make your blinds like new. Quick service. 'Tilt-Ray Venetian Blind Co. 1123 'County Avenue, Phone 4520-W. 7-lm Wanted to Buy NO KNIrE—HIS WIFE Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 7 —(/P) — Knife-wife, what's the difference? A lot, say the Cambridge police. They jumped into patrol wagons in considerable haste last night and rushed to Harvard and Norfolk streets'in answer to a :"rantic telephone call that, "a man was fighting with a knife." "~: They arrived to find that the man was fighting with his wife — not knife. [iterated bv writers have maintained it. who should tions even investigated by the sport side,' but were minimized and, in a word, professional football On two occasions recently, I have observed a strange reaction on the sports pages. Once, after reading several rather hurt references to the presence of Hollywood "jerks" around Leo Durocher's dressing- room and the cavalier treatment of-baseball reporters at the Brooklyn ball-yard, I made a careful investigation of the crap game at Durocher's New York ,-inartment in which a sucker was clipped for a fortune by George HaU, me sny- thetic tough guy of the moving pictures, who not only plays gangster roles in the films but, by choice and the commitment of long social habit, has made himself an underworld ' dismissed. Nosv the business is infested with men who come from the gambling and promotional side of horse-racing 'and even dog-racing, and the belting of the poinl-spreau system on college football, a new craze, has spread lo hundreds of campuses. The biggest operator in professional .gambling in the world told me last week that the gross handle ior ithe college football season which just closed was easily one billion. live hundred million dollars. One spectacular gambler in a small rpid- western city called many college coaches every Friday night duijing the season, probably to exchange social greetings, but possibly to 'get inlorjnation. ' The movies and radio now are hand-in-glovc. Radio plugs the movies, and many Hollywood actors and many oC the night-club arid underworld trash of the movie industry take turns on the air. Raft has done both movies and raaio, and Durocher has become a radio ,„__. „ v— performer. The response, general- was a cheapl lv u , the Ra ft- D urocher matter, in VE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61, 23-2mo Legal Notice VISIT OUR NEW AND COMPLETE RECORD SHOP Records and Albums for every age and taste. MAKE THIS A MUSICAL CHRISTMAS Shop early. The perfect Gift awaits you at COBB^TOOLEY RAPIO CO- Radio, Phonographs and Radio Service NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTIONS Notice is hereby given that a Democratic City Primary Election for the City of Hope, Arkansas, will be held under ihe rules of the Democratic Party of Arkansas and the Laws of the State of Arkansas, on Thursday, March 28., 1947, and a preferential nrimary will be held on Thursday, March 14th., 1947 for the purpose of electing candidates Treasurer, Cit.y Recorder for unex- pired term of 1 year, and one alderman for each ward. Any person desiring to enter for an office must file with the secretary, J. P. Duffie, and pay the prescribed fee before January 14th., 1947. Democratic City Central Committee of Hooe, Arkansas, December 13th., 1946. By J. P. Duffie, Secretary Dec. 13, '27. REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS end CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) H No Answer Phone 3158-R ORDER NOW Don't take chances on your fuel supply. Winter is here. Hope Butane Co. Hope, Ark. Phone 188 — 554-J hoofer in prohibition days. He ran I with Owen Madden and other notorious gangsters and criminals of the most defiant criminal cycle in our history. He boasted that he was n great friend of Bugsy Siegal, who, in Hollywoci and Nevada, at least, is now a new Al Capone, and he is wnat he is and no discount. Because he is what he is, Branch Rickey, the general manager of the Brooklyn baseball firm, announces t that Raft will not even be allowed i to enter the park henceforth. Durocher made a statement during the investigation of the crap-game in his apartment, at which incidentally he was not present, having merely loaned the place to Raft for Raft's purposes. In that statement he said Raft was his close friend, that he had often visited .Haft at his home yi Hollywood and that in that home he had met Siegal and had seen Raft and others gambling for the highest stakes he had ever seen. Now, baseball writers normally are preoccupied with runs, hits and errors and percentages and trades. But it is their business as reporters to learn and tell the public what goes on otherwise in baseball. They kicked this one. The original story of the sucker's hard luck at Durocher's apartment broke as a bit of city-side routine and the sport side showed no enterprise or initiative, beyond a few gossipy allusions, in a matter that certainlv consists with Tom Clark's proposal to keep sport clean and an inspiration to young boys and girls, young nen and women. The complete story never has been told because as long as the district attorney's office kept the case open, Durocher's intimate friend. Raft, remained inaccessible to the investigators. As far as they knew, and they kepi a watch, he stayed out of New York. However, enough was told to identify Raft with some of the most notorious underworld characters of Broadway, Hollywood and Ihe Miamis, and Durocher with Raft and Siegal. Yet, the strongest reaction to this first comprehensive presentation of the facts was a flippant and friendly justification of Raft's great luck in throwing tens and fours the hard way 13 times in the crap game and an attempt 'io justify Durocher's association with Raft as an accidental thing, like the time thai Tom Dewey was photographed with a couple of men who, long afterward, turned out io be Communists. Dewey didn't visit their homes or run with Communists habitually. More recently, Judge Wiliam G. Brainham, the retiring commissioner of the minor leagues of professional baseball, announced ihat he had discovered "moral laxity the privileged newspaper features which consist mostly of gratuitous publicity, was a defense of Raft. It happens that the same juveniles who read sports, if juveniles still do read sporls, read at least as eagerly the radio and movie features and are gelling a diet of "glamor 1 'and scandal presented :'n a way that makes licentiousness seem attractive. Not since .the Patty Arbuckle case has any Hollywood reporter broken an initiative news story, although, in the meantime, Hollywood, and this includes radio as well as movie entertainment, has developed an underworld of its own as evil as any other that we have ever had. People who are paid to be reporters and are rated as "experts" become or aspire to becoms "celebrities;" themselves and succeed, at best, in their journalistic line, in becoming press-agents. low that would give him a rock; lime of it. End of the Line Steve Bagnrus, the Washington Redskins' back, started daily broadcasts as a sports announcer and disc jockey on a Silver Spring, Md., station this week. Two other Redskins, Frank Akins and Ex- coach Dutch Bergman, also have limiting (he Cyclones to .T poihls in the firsl half— 27 lo 8, and seldom allowing them a shol inside ihe frpe- throw line. Otto Schnellbacher and Ray Evans, a couple of all-Big Six football and basketball vet- ar'ans, led the Kansas attack. The lanky Arkansas team, paced oy Guard Alan Carter's 15 points, -iscd its Baskets advantage under beat Nebraska. the The Cornhuskefs dominated Ihe floor iame and scrapped hard all the way, bul were forced io concen- .rale their scoring on a long range allack. S. M. U. showed a well balanced attack in beating Missouri. Dan Pippin, Missouri guard, slipped in 6 field goals and 3 free throws for 15 points and individual honors of the game, however. Razorbocks Are Warned to Expect Passes Baton Rouge,.La., Dec. 13 — (/P)— Warning lo the Arkansas Razorbacks: You're going to see a lot of forward passes :in ihe Cotton 3owl New Year's day if yesterday's practice session at. Louisiana Stale University was an indication of things to come. With Y. A. Tittle tossing to End Clyde Lindsey, the Tigers showed , belter liming on Ihcir aerials than the j-pgular v Coach Bernie Moore ioday was mapping plans for a tough scrim- •nage Saturday. Boosting the Tiger nopes yesterday was the return to iction of BobbyClegg, flashy-::rcsh- nan scatback who was benched bv njuries during most of the fall campaign. There were only .13 field goals kicked among the 124 major col- legos during the season. Harley Rollinger of Iowa State and Wayne Campbell of Southern Mcthodlsl booted three field goals each and shared top honors in this phase. No other team registered as many as three field goals for the year. Texas Tech was the season's "punlingesl" team with 112 boots Arkansas with I0(i and Wyomint, with 101 were the only others which kicked more than 100 times. The team thai had the mosl punts kicked against it was Southern Melhodist with 111, followed by Alabama, 108; Texas Christian, 104, and Rice, 100. Georgia, probably because H was always ahead, looked al the most eneiny passes. Bulldog op- Helena- Fischel .... Anderson Burnett Mathias Ross Tappan Taker ....: Hyde L! Williams Harris Pearce LF. 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PRESCOTT, ARK. • e Open 24 Hours Daily • 9 Meet your friends here, Day or Night. We're always glad to serve you. Robert A. Gammill Mgr. Give Her a SPENCER SUPPORT FOR CHRISTMAS It means giving her a beautiful figure and better health. MRS. RUTH DOZIER 216 S. Hervey Hope, Ark. CHRISTMAS TOYS Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main Clear and Clean Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more Details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 245 Hope, Ark. For a Quality Job ... By Efficient Workmen and REASONABLE CALL HOUSTON ELECTRIC CO. HOUSE WIRING — INDUSTRIAL REPAIR APPLIANCES and FIXTURES FREE ESTIMATES ON ALL JOBS 228 East 3rd St. Hope, Ark. Phone 61 Refrigerator REPAIRS Phone 800-J 24 Hour Commercial Service Savage Refrigeration Service HARRY SEGNAR PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs PHONE 382-J 1023 South Main Street At Christmas Time There is one gift you can be sure will give grateful pleasure and lasting happiness. Your Photograph Open Sundays Till Christmas The Shipley Studio "Artist Photographers" 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. DINE& DANCE 1/2 Mile East, Hy 67- Closed Sunday & Monday OPEN Rest of the Week 5 P.M. til 12P.M. Plenty of Choice Steaks Chicken Dinners CHRISTMAS CARDS Gentry Printing Co. Doug f I TV Carl Bacon V«ii I T Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House' Inauirrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Repairi Phone 784 COPR. 1940 DV NEA SERVICE. IIIC. T. "1. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF. COPR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC, T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. /i-/3 next morning the bodies of Shiv and Bubble were taken off the JWOSPOT. Growl, Blake and I-watched the operation from Blake's float "IT wai BEOUT^V^A PRETTY NEAT RACKET^ 'Ami remember, Murgie—if you ain't in by midnight, I'll rent out your room!" ''I don't know yet whether (truly love him or not—I have MIO idea what he's planning to get, me for Christmas!"./ See Us For .. . INSURANCE Insure with the Stronger Mutual Companies. Complete Protection . . . 20% Return Dividend on Your Insurance Cost. In other' Words, Maximum Protection at 20% SAVINGS! • Fire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser You CAM FINISH THE PAINTING-, MR- FROST—WET HAVE ENOUGH ' LETTUCE NOW TO FINANCE THE PROJECT/ DONT KNOW VET- IT CAME ANONYMOUSLY/ NOTE THAT | CAME WITH THE CHtiCKiS SIGNED-' *PUBL(C-SPIRITED CITIZEN HILDA,*PUBUIC-SPIR|TEO"DOESNT MEAN THAT } THET MAN WAS DR'IWWNG WMEM HE SENT it/ r "y ou w ||| fi n d this one very becoming to you'." POPEYE Thimble Theater V Real Estate LOANS • Gl 4% Interest • FHA4J% Interest Purchase Your Home Through Us ... Up to 20 Years to Pay! Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 Heart and Sap Cypress Also Pine Across Street from Hope Basket Co. HOPE SHINGLE CO. Phone 1000 ,j, 5\K., VOLUf I SHALL PLAY SUCH BEHOLP A ) SWEET MUSIC THE ' MODERN /EATS WILL S(?iM6 THE^ PIED v PIPER !!j( LOOT sA WM, M'O } f'^^f^ *%d' ; AHOV, SUMBODV MAPE ORF WIT'. THE LIFEBOAT. 1 ! THERE ARE SOME NOISES THAT EVEN A GHOST CAN'T %feW"*r • fopi I'Mf,. Kmji I OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hopple Goose YOU AS A.SCOT, MA3OB, TH/sT CRAME MASJ IS CLEVER.' FILLS HIS WATER JUG BV BLiMPIM' TH 1 FAUCET HAMDLE WITH TH' HOOK-BUT TH' BULL WON'T LIKE A THIRTY-TOM CRAME BEIM' USEP JUST TO GET A DR.IMK \O' WATER.' VOU CAN'T TELL-TK LAST GUV HE MADE A FOREMAN WA<=, A SWEEPER HE CAUGHT TURMIM' SOME PIE TIMS FOR HIS WIFE OM A SIX-FOOT BORIM' MILL.' HAME FLp^^J^A Z SPORTED TOSS VJ\TH THE OLD 1 3 S TlfAE IS SHORT, MA.3OR COULD TEtL NOU voeee 6UV \MHO ORDERED ASPARAGUS AMP LEFT TlAE WA'.TER A TIP" BUT IIA6 HP& BEENi PW/SIQUE 6T1LL VA/XS THOSE- BOYISH L\sieS ' \MHO V^LL, 6LADLY SIX) E YOU A 600SE SMILE THIMK, SROWt? SHIV \ RIGHT AT THAT, FLINT, THERE IN THE WATER \ THE DOUBLES HAD. SHIV, PLANNED ALL ALONG TO IN ONE OF THOSE OIL ) WHO WASNT SUPPOSED . KILL BUBBLE WHEN THEY IV GOING FISHING MADE, THEI&. HAUL, AND f/ ,^^_ _ ^^ f DRUMS THEY HAD ON >TO BE HERE, COMMITTED THE TWOSPOT. THEY'RE MURDER WHILE BUBBLE DRAGGING FOX IT ii6Y.'. / fuS'MSHCD THE ALIBI. .L, GROWL THERE GOES THE 'HE DOUBLES ^ THEM' ASSUME-BUBBLE'S /:& YEAH. I WdNDERA WHERE THEYaU, ] UP THE BODY CLIP LILT WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner TSK.TSK! 3UDSWG YBUT HOW COULD, I KNOW FROtt THIS WIRB, 3.P.' \ SKE Wfcd.THE MEDDLING HttM 1 .! SHE'S QUITE FOND fAEETlUSOUR/ IF.THE CHEEKVi SWARM OFFERS/SOT'-/ WEDDLING .WEN. TH^t CONFOUNDED I COULD'ONW'KNOW FEMM.E 0(4 M'Siee.!- fAp. SHE'O SEE- WHO IAIGHT IKIFLll- OF JORKIW....WHO- ENCE-HlNtaE'S DECISION! ER- WOULD BE SOUR. SECOND CHOICE. FOR. NDVERTISING DIRECTOR., 3.R?. IMPRESSION ON THE COUNTESS By Walt Disney DONALD DUCK V RE/WEA\BEe WHEN N' TOLD WELL, TAKE A. LOOK AT THE FIRST VEA.K! ME THE KIPS'D BEHAVE SETTEE. IF I MA.PE A. PEPORTMENT By Carl Anderson By V. T. Hamlin, ALLEY OOP •THAT'S RIGHT, BUCKO PANTHER MILK'.' 'PUTS HAI RON YOUR CHEST HEARTY/ TO Gf\ m TWp. V«.RIGHT , MRS. VOUK, NOW. VOU'U. t*CU<?£ ME, GOOD YEAH/ AND RVDEU'LL £>E ALOrtG SOOrt •' /WfrE ^ THINGS WILL WOK

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