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Hope, Arkansas
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HOM If A I, MOP , AHKAMIAI , Septemfcst 34,195S v-utfNi* ' ' it Believes Hope Will Gel Past Smackover §y JOHN R. SfARft Associated Press, Sports Writer Aii tnfillible prediction fell through last wook when the CPU tral liiali Padtictilt fiiuno was I-P- inslatrd after hiivint,' been can cplletl such vasnrios of fntc inakd a prnnnnstir-atnr PSCPtvlinglv cnsitinns, osppcinlly «incr we hnj picked Pnrtitfah In win be'nrc thr cancellation. . Tj.iFt week's rpcorcl was so bud iis a mnttpr of fact, that wr decided nijainsl fiRiiririR a ppi-ri-nl- agn. Still, here we go acain: .. JBtrouma 28. Cpnli.ni 7: thai win. fling streak has uol to end sotnu- t.irrte and Islrnuma Is loaded this ycnr. Only deterininalion to take No. 30 in a row call pull the Titters through. Fort Smith an. Pine Bluff 0: A couple of Rig Nine also-rans baltlP' for the leaviiiRs The ClrixMli'S he- Cntiso its a home garnc for thorn. Whitchaven. Tenn. 3(1. Blythc- villc 14: The Chicks can't win for loslne and Whift'havi.m always tins n solid team. .Helena 21. Little Rock Hall 7: We'd have picked this (lie oihor \\Fay two weeks ago But Hall had .lost too many boys In transfers !•' hold up against the Indians. Hot Springs 14, Bonton fi: Assuming the Trojans tan come back .from Inst week's upset lidiing by Mnlvem "North Little Rock 20, Camden -14: A real donnybronk, such as these 'two have a reputation for staging against each oilier J31 Dorado 20. Shreveport Fair :pnrk 0: The Wllde.it? are sd red on for the first time this your. Texarkana, Tex. :iti. Toxarknnn 12: In this ease, there is moro than hot air in the Texan. Further: Subiaeo over Fayclleville, SprinR- dalo aver Harrison. Von Burci} over Rogers, Forrest City <;ver Brinkley. Stuttgart over Jonns Tboro, Newport over Walnut I'.trlse. "-West Memphis over Osceola, Wynn • over Parkin. Malvern over Catholic, Nashville over Jacksonville. 'Bauxite over Mnbelvalo. Morril- rlon over Dardanclle. Conway over TtusscllviUe. Arkadeljjliia over ;Proscolt, Crossett over Magnolia, •Fail-view over Gordon and Hope over Smackovcr. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE Balling (based on 380 or more v,t bals- — Runnels. Boston. -325; ICuenn, Detroit, .318: William?. Boston. 317 Runs- — Mantle. Now York. 323: Bunnels. Boston nnd Powor, Clpvplnnd, fl7. Runs bntted in — Jensen, Boston, 120; Colavilo, Cleveland, IQfi; Siovprs, Washinelon, 105. Hits — Fox, Chicago, 180; Pnw- • er Cleveland, 170; Runnels, Bos- Hon. 177. 'Doubles — Kuenn, Detroit, 37; Power. Cleveland. 30; Kalino, Pe- troit, 33. 'Vribles — Fowcr, Cleveland, 10: Anaricio. Chicago, Tuttlo. Kansas Cil v and Lemon. Washington, 9 Homo runs —Mnntlo New York. 41: Colnvito, Clpvolond, Cprv. Kansas City and Sievors, Wash- inclon. 38. Stolen bapos — Anaricio, Chicago, 2P- Rivera Chirn'io, 20. t.an- dis. Chiopgo and Mantle, Wew York. 18. (ba^ocl on 15 or more — Tin-lev New York. '21-7. ,750- MeLlfih. Clevoland, ]fi- 7 ,G9G; Ford, Now York 14-7. Gfi7 Strikeouts — Wvnn. Chicaao. .172; Bimjn?, Pptroit, 170; New York, 168. SUIII THING f ' NATIONAL Bailing Cha^pd on 38n or more "nt lints) — M.-ivs Son Frnnris<v). ,3449; A s h b n v n, Philadelphia, ,3419 Musi,-)) St. Lonis, .334 I^ un s — Thanks. Chion^o, 117; Mnvs, ^an F'-nncisgo, 116: A^ron, Milwaukee. 109, PUIIIK bnti'^d. in — Hiinks. Chicago, lg8; Thomns. Pjtlsbin-gh. 109: Aaron. Milwaukee nnd H. Anderson Phi)a<jolnhia, 95 Hits — Ashburn, PhiladelrVtfj, 207; Mavs. Sun Franeisqo, 201: A-Ti-on. MJlwaukpfi, 196 Doubles — Oront, Pitlsbursh. ?G; Cepf")i Sun Francisco, 35: Afi-nn. Milwaukee, 34. Trjp'ps — Ashburn. phia, 1 ?: Banks, Phlc^go don; Pittsburgh, 11 , Ifome runs — Banks, Chicago, 47: Thomas. Pittsburgh, 'Inson: .Cincinnati and ; JYTilwaulsee, 3,1. , Stolen bases T~ Mays, San 'Fr^n 'Pisco, 31;' Ashburn, Philadelphia, 30; Blasingame. St. Louis, ,20 Pitching, (based on 15 or more decisions) «- Spahn, Milwaukee., ?1-U« ,fi58|, Pucdelte, •jg-10, .655j Fnend, J3.. .029. , strikpoyls —. Jones. St, ^oujs |2Q; Spghn, Milwaukee. 147: Po4- phjladpj sm.d yir-i 31: Mathews Bobcats to Have Hands Full in Smackover Team Hope journeys to Smackover Friday night for a very important ame with thc Buckuroos. iSince Hope has won two straight while Smackover has a split, lT(e Bobcats naturally will be dubbed favorites by many. However, this means practically nothing against those Bucks. Srnackoyer opened with a 10 to i victory over'Benton. Last \\cck they lost, in the mud,'to-Fail-view of Camdcn 12 to 7. Given a fairly dry field'many figure the Bucks would have run over Fail-view, just as many believe the Bobcats would have fared belter against j DeQuccn on a dry turf, It's just possible Ihe Bucks really had their eyes on the coming Hope game when they losl to Fail- view )as! Friday night. They still have three all-conference players on tho loam in Womack, Barbnreo and Scoggins, Womack is a defense boss that makes at least half of the Buckaroo tackles. Barbaree is a 210-pounder that plays ond and is also a defense standout but can really go when he gets that ball on a pass, Scoggins is Ihq speed boy who is rated tops, lofioh Pierce snid; We were lucky to gel oul of the DeQueen game alive. They were as vicious ns expeclcd but our boys disappoinlod us. They weren't ready for ppQueon, as we hpd hoped they would be, One thing for certain, if they don't get ready for Smaekpver the Bucks will beat the socks off of us. They are big and tough. Maybe a littVp more so than DeQuecn was, "People in Smackover are proud of their boys and really buck them. Their newspaper carries this on the front page, "The pity of Smac'kover produces lumber, oil and athletes," and J agree -with that, 1 ftppe we'll bq ready for them because they treat -teams pretty rough over there." Coaches Spvfev and Bea,slpy poTmmonted: "Wo are- going to h'TW to be .pn our toes against SmacHoyer, .The Hope backs will have, to really 'be up on pass defense. We wore very Disappointed afequt thp team's d,p. termination the |i}-st half of tlje DeQuoen contest- , "Jt \ytft tajje better blgcfeing, toy the bacHs foj outsicje vuns ,ag|Hnst SmackQver," Pur pass ollense hr no chanpe in the mud Friday but ,we feayp AQ have- 4 P3 S ? fo loosen up that S.mftr' Cleans \ye have i9 Still Believes Porkers Will Defeat Tulsa By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK (AP- — They arc painting the ceiling in the office and that odor you complain about is turpentine, The stench has absolutely nothing -to do with tho fact that 10 of 38 guesses last wcok. in .the season debut, were incor- er an4, conpentrate -moji'0," 1 Une. Hard; This week's forecast: Ohio State over Southern Melhodisl: The bruisint? Buckeyes have Don Clark and Bob^ White plus T ruffged line. SMU has Don Mere dilh and some strong ambitions. T( pmilrl bo flosp if Ohio Rtnlo I" thinking only of Big Ten problems, over Wfst Viri'lnin; Thp Moifntain^i's pnlln'rpd Bifh. mnn-d 'hv 44 nn'mis }»r,\ WPpk This lime they finr* out how ii feels In IOSP over TVviripsepR; r> IR noimi>-v's .No, 1 team lost foil, isn'f e>hr?i"Mi r !c' lion tnnk a heavy toll ot Tennessee Mifhi?nn over Snnfhom Cnll- fnrniat Thi"""* snoposer'lv ns eoorl nt Miohinan nsi thov wove, bnl thprp s=hnnV' 1 be enoimh t to hnndle ,th° Tro.inf 1 '! Town over Tpvns Christian rintlv on n hP'ip'l. 'Ai-mv OVPV Pnitlh farnllnn- Ai-m« is hawing oimrtPrlin if hnw enn vnu lo«o when Pole «'Vln<! and Bob Anderson iro \V~fjshinctnn State ovor North pRtortv The Pmmavs may be tho on thp W nt =f Const. Navy raw \Villwm ft M>arv. The 's rebuld.ing so]i4 tpst- Stnlo ovw Kansas get juiothpv sound Wisconsin over rnarRin ix\^v l)e as thin, as a oalm lea| fa.iv It is a FvW« m 'gM en po'inter, Pgme pvor to tho Irish in this one Shipping over the others in a Ixm-vv: F-RJRAY . . petroit oypr Ah' Force, Georgia fj-i'ph over Flovido Stale. over T"la ne , Penyev State-, ytal Yanks Losing But Casey !s Not Worried By §B WILK§ Associated Press Spans WHtei« In case you haveiri noticed, the* •Jew York Yankees haven't won game since the <lay they linchod the American League pennant more than a week ago. They've lost six in a row since. heir longest losing ?tring in more ban two years. Thai's not exactly a rip-roarin' vay to move into the World SP- •ies — which opens a week from oday at Milwaukee ->• but ydii can't say Manager Ca?ey Stenael s worried. His pilching staff has •cgrouped in that span, and nis Hope Star Classified Ads AOS MUST IE IN ©Fflfil DAt BEPORE HIILICATIQN — PHONf 7*3431 fOR AD TAKER The schedule of Soltittaf feflods, printed below, has beett taketl rn John AldeH Knight's Solunaf ibles, Plan yoUf days so that m will be fishing tn good territory • hunting in good cover during ese times, if you wish to find the ?st sport that each day has to 'fer, The Major Periods are shoWft in bldface type, These begin at the For Rtnr — J S foorh fu'1-nlshed apart' Went with private balh. Phone ?-&l7'4. 203 High Street. 26-tf 2 ROOM furnished apartment With private bath, front and back eh* trances, electric refrigerator. 321 Sonnet- Si., phone 7^3553. 19-lf 4 ROOM furHlshed garage apart' Adults only, 520 W, Sth, Call 7-38S4, 24-6tc if there's one Yankee sn't feeling chipper these days, it las to bo Bob Turley — the AL| ending winner who now has foili n two shots at his 22nrt victor The big right-hander may gel oiu, - •nore chance, against Baltimor£ aliuaa ' his weekend in the windup of thP uncla y ogular season. j Turley escaped Ihe defeal, bit IG was battered for five runs i) he firsl inning and was Ihrougl il'tor Ted Williams hit a two-ni lomor, his 23rd, in Ihe fourth tin] led il 7-all. I Williams also rapped a doubl t nnd single and received n static |Qf ng ovation from the fans when h cfl for a pinch runner in the wir A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major 2:40 8!45 3:30 9!35 5:45 11:45 3:00 9110 •3!50 9:55 0:00 — |% KQCG By ED WILKS ling eighth. He drove in fou Associated Press Sports Wrlfer •uns, picked up three points for ; gillie Mays and Richie Ashburn 317 balling average and appai are so closo in lhe!l . run fol . tlu , cnlly made up for that bat fl'n! National League balling title you ng incident of Sunday. couldn't push a bunt between Teammate Pete H.u li.n c 1 (i le , n . 2-for-4) tipped his AL-leadihg a> At tho moment. Willie's ahead erage to ,325 for a seven-pou by 003 of ,, percentage .poinl with jdge over Detroit's Harvey Kuc a s t rea kiiig .520 spurt for his last vho is a point ahead of Willian 14 games . Ashburn, balling a it .318. ' mere .424 for the same span, has Kuenn was l-for-5, losing a 34.39 average to Mays' .344,2. joint, as the Tigers defeated tl T lle sday night, Mays was 3-for-5 Chicago White Sox 3-1 CleveUir aga j ns t Cbicago as the Cubs de- elained a third-place tie wl f ea t cc i the Sa~n Francisco Gia"nts Boston and Dctroil by beatii 3 . 2 j n JQ innings Ashburn was 2- Kansas Cily 7-5, and Ballimo; j- OJ ,. 4 a g a j ns t Milwaukee as lefeatcd Washington 3-2 in HI Philadelphia Phillies beal Ihc the other AL games. In the National League, Phi] lelphia defeated the Milsvauk': champion Braves 6-5, St. Loi beat Los Angeles 5-1 and the Cl cago Cubs defealed San Franc co 3-2 in 10 innings, | Paul Foylack (14-13) nailed J seventh consecutive c o m p 1 e| game for the Tigers with a fo) litter. He had a shutout until,! eighth. Frank Boiling's 23th ho(y er, a solo shot in Ihe eighth, \ya it, handing Early Wynn (14-13) th c h n mpion Braves 6-5. Randy Jackson's three-run hon cr in the ninth gave it to the Ir inns after the A's had scored fiv in the tirst off 10-game winner Cfj 1 McLish Hal Wodcshick (6-6) \\» St. Louis defeated Los Angeles 5-1 in another near-miss at a no- hitter by Sad Sam Jones in tho only other NL game scheduled In the American League, Boston defeated the champion Now York Yankees 9-fi, Delroil beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1, Cleveland got past Kansas City 7-5 and Balli- -norc deioat&d Washington 3-2. "Mays, gelling 200 hits ior thp irst time in his career (Ashburn lot his 200th hit Monday) .beat'out dribbler in front of the plate, md low roller toward third Tuesday night. His other hit was i solid single in the eighth inning— vhen he went to second on Leon- Yagner's single, stole third and it in relief, Dick Tomanek f7-«, ave the Giants a 2-1 load on an ijnfiold out. Walt Moryn's 26th home run tie in the ninth lost it, Southpaw Jack Harshman ^ 14) drove in all the Oriole ru«, ave thc _ _ with two homers, his fifth a%g a j ns i. loser su , MJ)] CJ . (6-9), and sixlh, and a double against los(| 5l , nie Ban ^ s u len bloped an RBI Pole Ramos U4-1G). , jflouble that won il in Ihe lOlh. i Ashburn, who loads Mays in hits £07 to 201 but has only \hree gjames remaining to Willie's foui\ beat out a bunt that loaded the (pases in the eighth and set up Ed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESSBouchee's winning .two-run single AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Chicago Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore Kansas Citv Washington W, L, Ppt. G.I 80 fil ,593 — 79 70 530 75 74 503 75 74 503 13 13 74 74 ,303 72 77 .483 71 61 79 .473 '18 ,4p9 27 Wednesday Games j, New York at Boston - ,' Detroit a.t Chicago •Washington 'a.1 Baltimore Cleveland at Kansas City, Tuesday Results Boston 9, New York 8 Cleveland 7, Kansas City 5 Baltimore 3, Washington 2 Detroit 3, Chipago 1 Thursday Same? pptroit at Chicago Only game scheduled NATIONAl- Milwaukee Pittsburgh Spn FranoUco Cincinnati St, Louis Chipago Log Angeles ... Philadelphia W, L PJpt, 70 Ql .516 84,'f.T 5591 7,8 72 520 ' 11 75 78 ,473 11 71 , 69 SI m 80 69 81 ,46,0 gd 66 85 437 >24 Chicago at San „_,. St. Louis at L.OS Ahgejes Only gam.es spji? d ,ilte4 ' , Philadelphia 6, St. Loui? 5, -I^p Chicago g, jnjn&s.) J Only games )ff lefty Junn Pizairo (6-4) BOII- hee also rapped, a first-inning miner, his ninth. Rookie Jim Owens won his first, Jones 114-12), who was within Ix outs of his second major oaguo norhittor when he had to ettle for n 9-1 viclory over Phil- idelphia q rnonlh ago, was within our outs of gelling the job done Tuesday night af Los Angeles, 'hen Junior Giilinm singled off Sam's glove, Bob Lillis followed vith a sharp single' and rookie Fairly junked tho shutout a double. Thnt was all the lilting the Dodgers did, although ones noede-d relief in the ninth vhen he pave up his sMli, a,firt, eventh walks Ho struck out or a .220 total. Johnny Podres (13-15) lost }t, RQCK CAP)— The ?ock chapter of the Federa} yesterday sent a o Fedora) ,Jud.§e larry J, . . if Hope commending his 20 years ,| 'service on the federal p.eneb, n the state. Judge his month, ?8, Negro, wented fit F v .on burg^ry 9h«P» ;e?, was arresied hare y' 3FSI Agents. "WilU^ms had since February, R'PCjT (AP) qurth annua,} Personnel aent Sepiinar NYJU open Frjj}a.y"at lip University .-Mfidjpal pe] -'" erp. -The seminar, sponsore4 Pprgonn'pJ' Assn, o^ ' ' yjjivcrsity -o{ t'JjistHule, will be _ T: - Columbia over Brown oypr jaeyoe,' *fary»rd a\'.er BuC fajo, ppla>yavo aver J^ehish. POS " ayw Pojpo Siate .over Penn pyo'r Uvit|PVS, pvej- &o,§ten'PpU^|e ' BVW white ksfe is paint, tectipn closed «atTisfl s&ymwm The Negro Community Esther Mleki Phone 7-4678 dr 7-4474 Thought for the Day It is never worth while to suggest doubts in order to show how cleverly we can answer Ihem — Whntley said il. Calendar of Events ' Members of the Church of God in Christ. 808 South EdgeWood St. will observe the Seventh Anniversary of Elder. L. C. Washington and wife as .pastor, of the church with special services this week, Tonight's service sponsored by Sister D. Lee; Guest churches are Hope No. 1, Elder 0. N. Dennis, pastor; Bethel AME, Rev. 'J. S. Morgan pastor, .Turner Chapel and Pilgrim Rest Baptist churches will honor Rev. A. Legans with a special service on his seventh anniversary as pastor of the two churches, Sunday, Sept. 28. Rev. Shop Jackson will preach the morning sermon and Rev. N. Young will 'be the speaker for the afternoon service. Guest churches: Now St." Paul, LcwisviHe; Calvary Hill; 'Mt. Plua- sant; Union Hill; AVest Track; Garland; Common Hill;- Ml. O'Lear; New Belhel; Haynes Chapel and Galilee. Sister Lola Hunter will be mislress of ceremonies. Says Public Likes Judging Beforehand By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK (AP)—In a previesy of ','Harvey" last Monday J expressed some reservation over tho wisdom of critics judging a TV show on the basis o? a dross rehearsal before the public has soon the final version * • Herewith I withdraw tljal res ervalion, My reason for changing my mind is basically Ihis; Everyone in the viewing audience \viih whom I've discussed Ihe malic-« likes the idea of reading a critics'* impressions before viewing an important TV show. "You cpn't positively make up my mind'as to'whether a show >s good or bad before I've seen jt," said one man, "But you can givo me something to think about before I see a show, If nothing else, you can moke me think how foolish your judgment is." The reason for bringing Ihis case- Notice Buy > We S«U > W« REAL 6§TAff , B. fRAlfltLHI COMPA1W A, J>< fteldtie?, Maaieer H6W*fd Colllef, Sal«iffiU MOVING? Lang Dlstsne* C»U iect m. 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Phone 72257 or 7-2261, 23-3tp GOOD combination saddle & work horse, $100.00 Also, about 35 bales of hay, 35c a bale. Contact H. D. Shirley, 23-3tp HOLLAND BUDBS, just arrivad. Monts Seed Store. We give Gold Bond Stamps. 24-4tc Services Offered L,ET us renovate y«ur old' mat- treis. We specialize In preiiurt- zed innersprlng, COBB MATTRESS SHOP! . 712. West 4th, Phone 7-M2I RALPH Montgomery Market, 'custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See ui before buylnr . 17-tf SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd. L, E. Booth, Phone PR 7-6695, 5-14-tf PASTURE clipping, see Mike Sny- ker, at Snyker Hotel. Phone ,73721, 23-1 Mo, Cecil Weaver,' agent for Dixie Life Underwriters, Little Rook, Arkansas, states he is receiving.many calls from persons, who state that I their Hospital Insurance has been ' gone out of business; others that they are required, to pay first $35,00 of any claim, If your policy is insufficient, or you aj-e dissatis , view pooh.bqh is 'that the rnent An have been destroyed by of New YorK knew positively ihat there was not a New YorK TY crJtiea.1 fraferjiity, {jut ufltil Ja.st weekend J 'hsdjj't fied with; present policy, why not contact Mr, Weaver and let him explain the merits of non-oancel- "aible, guaranteed renewal polipy, issued by an olc) reliable company, Call 7-3143 or wrHe 214, Spruoe_St, Hppe, u,'W'^5^^^^.-^p|j^^c ! »t S pears that a majoruy of'TV crit, ics, both in and cut of New York, don't like the idea, And it appears that their griping is in danger of causing the overly sensitive networks to ban further previews of live television shows.* It now seems probable that last Sunday's episode, in which Ihe sponsor of the season's firsl "du Pont Show of Ihe Month" invited critics-to publish their opinions of a New York dress rehearsal of "Harvey,", will be called a failure. Unless more, people applaud this fine experiment, it's not-likely to be repeated. The basic reason why critics out of New York don't like previews seems to be thnt they feel xhs prnctipe gives unfair* advantage to critipa in New York,-I don't follow this. If thpjr-newspapers wish, they cpn ignore previesvs oy publish the preview, of a* syndicated Now Yorls critic' and follow it W with the loop} pjitips' reyjews. ~ . ,, ... .L1--1 . pj. JJ ]e p,,^ Room ond Boord ' . FQR roorb and'board., epoWng at }|s' B.est," with clean'Oomfprt^We rooms with ionerspring mattre§s« es, attic 1 ventilation,, SnyKep ' Hotel, ' ' l 834 M9, Femolc Help Went*d TWO" waitresses,-Apply ni- OQW you n),sr Aypn Representative in y°«r not Uigre v\ r a§ B sqvorjty. , In s'eneca! tti^ girts, attapised the ides pf previews with hatpins 9114 etched, their impressipps j|i bjoocJ, kefs liope tftat scflsHJYity' cjpiss, apt wn' SQ high nt'.GBP that a csa p.ant . innoyatipn in ' ' PSC »»J»s" Pujols,. 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The publishers reserve the fight w revise or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to re|ec» • anV obleetlonable advertising suh-> mltted. , Initials of. ore ur more tetters, Oroups af. figures such as house ex telephone'numbers count as one word. The Hope Star ylll not bo responsible, for err.brs in Want Ads unles 1 errors ore called to our attention after FIRST IncoHlnn 'of od ond thuri for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-343! Hope Star Star of HOD« 1199: Press 1*27 Consolidated January 18, 192V Published every weekday afternoor by STAR PUBLISHING CO. MM, C. E. Palmer, Presldont Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Trel. at -The Star Bulldlnq \ 312-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansai Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publish** Paul M. 1 .Inn"*. Mnnnnlng Editor Oonat Parker, Advertising,Mgr. Georor' W. Hosmor, Mcch. Supt. Entered o< second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansal. under the Art, of March 3, 1897. 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