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P«l§ Nfe? Series Figures to Go the Full r Seven Games 'KtVIVALRY' SO/ J9SS By JOE Associated Press Sports Writer 'APi - On <h<> nssumptinn th;il tlip pilrhintf of Icfly Wnrrcn Sp.-ihn and ri.uhiv Lew ftnrdrllr will iir-iilinli?!' iln> hitting nf Mirltr.v Mamie niul Yuui Berrn. the Milwaukee* Ri nvcs 111- picked (o ropci'l InM yciir's vie lory over the New YmU Yunkus in DIP iniifi World Spi-ifs sbulma here Wpdnosdav RccntlKt 1 tho trams ore so rvrn- ly matched. with Iho Hi.-ivi-s h;iv ing an t-dfii- in piuhn.K mid tin- Yankees in hittniR. the RI-I-H-S figures to go (in- full seven (4aiiK"i Should it (jo the full diFtmic- •. Spahn, who will pitch the opener. nlu) Bnrdellp. s);ilrtl In ?|jirl Ihc Second gnme, rnulr) cnnreivnbly hurl six of the SOVPII yiinies Thu pair won four out of five den.'ision" ] against thr Yankees last October j On the other hmid. it is not certain that Yankee- ;iro Whitpy Korcl, AllihHgi-r Casey Slenders first game selection, will bo physicnlly ,,,Jl!% 1° pitch llneo .anmes -lii'o .-first, fourth and seventh DospKn •-the ability on right-handers Dun "Larson and Bob Turlpy. probablo second and third gnmr pitcher^, , JTord looms ,-i.s (ho key pik'hei /or tho 'Yankees. " "Ford is tbo American League 1 '* • Your house has gone lip in value... has your INSURANCE kept pace? Better make sure ft .has! Policies! you bought n few years back 'may not be adequate to cover replacement cost of home and furnishings al present prices,) Let us look your polic-ies ;0.ycr and bring them up to date.- Do it today—for your own peace of mind, Roy Anderson Insurance Agency Roy Anderson Mary S, Evans George Frazier 210 So, Main Hope, Ark. I'iiriU'd-riin lender and the Van- | koi's' top World Scries winner. He I has a 5-3 postseason record. Ford liiis given up only one ru in 17 innings i" his last thre starts. Those throe luoup offorU however, weri? stretched over month and although lie pitchec brilliantly. He did not complet any of his starts. No one knows for sure whethe tht 1 chunky H.9 yon rold blonde southpaw can go nine innings a one stretch, let alone three fu! games in nine days. Sidelined fo two weeks in August with a son left elbow, ho hasn't, gone the dis lance since Aug. 8, when ho bca Boslon 2-0. Spahn lias pitched all sea son with three days res!. His 2, complete games attest to his dm ability despite his 37 years Bur dette, with his free and easy style can K° at top ability,rest or no rest. He stretched his consecullv scoroles inning streak to 24, shut liny out the Yankees 5-0 with onl) two days rest in hist year's fi nalc, Tin-ley and iLarsen made three starts against the Braves las year, and completed only DHL game between them. Bob Buhl who started twice for JVIilwaukq and failed to go very far ejthe time, apparently has been shunter, in favor of Bob Rush, the big right-hander acquired from tlv hiciigo Cubs last winter, Rush may pitch tho third gawii. if Craves Manager Frucl Hancj doesn't switch to either rookie I Carlton Willey or veteran Erni ''POST ORAP' 1 SLACK* for the gdd the Mini<?tyr§ flgp? QH Jh§se $lQ9k§ ?octg| .g the |-gp.?-r§cl legs, ' in s wirft 'jgog§ pf Observatories use the stars to tell correct time. A star- timed day extends from the time a given star crosses a given meridian until the instant it crosses again. Its length is 23 hours, 56 minutes and four seconds of mean solar time. There are 365 days, six hours, nine minutes and nine seconds in a star-timed year. The extra time is compensated for in the calendar year by the addition of leap-year day, © .Encyclopedia Brltnnnloa Razorbacks Make Lineup Changes FAYETTEVILLE. Ark. (AP)- Anothor lineup change was made yesterday as University of Arkansas Coach Frank Bvoyles sought to put together a winning Razorback combination. Junior halfback Fred Alters of Blythovillp moved to the first team, replacing Jim Mooty of F4 Dorado. * Broyles said Akors "showed up real well against Tulfa, qvon in defeat." Arkansas mentor jilsa spoka well of JurreU Williams of Fort Smith, a second string halfback who did some nice blocking Saturday The Porkers worked inside yos terday . b -e,cw- « > o ' 'of rairi\ an •'' ofMheir 27- and do- wntcjicci feat by Tulsa, Tho (cam goes up against Tcxn.3 Christian University r,t Fort Worth ie>;i Saturday, a 17-0 lostr to Iowa last weol?, Broyles said he had not begun any special ofense- far the Frogs. Johnson, Now for the hitting. Mantle's ipalthv condition is bound. Jo field strength to the ynnk.op ntthpfc.'Thp slugging cener fielder was ha,"' dicapped last fall by a shin splint d shovilder condition. Rerj-a has had a belter year, 9? piston ppward and Figures Big 9 Teams May Fall to AA Powers Bp JOHN R. STARR Associated Press Sports Writer An early-season showdown looms Friday night 'between the two stoutest challengers to Litl.lo Rock Central's-domination of the Big Nine Conference. And the same evening Central suffering from a 44-0 defeat at Islrpuma, opens league action against a hungry Hot Springs club. , El Dorado, which lost- only to Little Rock last year, and North Litllc Rock figure in the big game on the Norlhside. The skills of the clubs are as similar as their nicknames and school colors ('botl' Wildcats and both blue and whiteV A third conference contest sends Blythoville to Pine Bluff, where the Chicks could well pick up their first conference victory since they joined the big league lw<; years ago. Fort Smith, Texarkana and Little Rock Hall engage Class AA foes Fort Smith is favored ovei Subiaco nt home, but Hall is nn underdog 1 to Crossctl and Texai- kana doesn't figure to bo able ta cope with Hope's powerhouse, North Little Rock, considered a pro-season contender, won its •wings in Friday night's 50-6 rout of a good Camdcn team, 'Panther Coach Roy Ledbetter was ready to admit that the Wildcats stand a good chance of dethroning Lit" tie, Rock. » El Dorado warmed up for its second conference clash with a J4-7 victory oyej Fair Park of Shroveport. La. Little Rock took a physical P? well as moral beatine at Istroyma and Coach Gone Hall will be fighting a mental letdown in drills this week. Hot Springs rebounded well in beating .Benton 26-0 after losing to Malvern two, weeks ago. The Trojans have a beefy line and a fleet, experienced brickfield, bu> they haven't beaten L,iUle Rock In recent memory and that's a big psychologipal disadvantage, Central hasn't lost to an Arkan. sns team since 195} wjien bqth Pjne Bluff and North Lj(lle Rook turned the trick and pjnp BHjff inherited the Big ,jjfine ,(tji<?n j?jg Seven crown. A tie with Pine in 1953 is the only ptjjfv „„,„ rojrrk against the Tig."? record in tho past_fo\y years, ' " sho\vfl4 Hope Star Classified Ads ADS MUST BE IN OFFICE DAY BEFORE PUBLICATION -. PHONE 7*3431 FOR AD TAKER The schedule of SoiUMf as printed below, has beett takeri from John Aldett Knight's SoJuti&f Tables. Plan yottf days s6 th&t you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good covef during these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown 111 boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are ' of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Tuesday 7:05 12:45 7;25 1!10 Wcdncs. 7:50 1:30 8:10 1:55 Thursday 8:35 2:15 8:35 2140 Friday 9:20 3:00 9:40 3!25 Saturday 10:05 3:45 '10:25 4:10 Sunday 10:55 4:35 31:15 5:00 •uiintii Opportunities ARBA MAN Oft LAbV NEMOEiJ To service, established route of Self'Servicd SW'erehandise Units. Excellent incohie to the person who qualifies. iMust bo free to Work 0 hours weekly and have a cnh references ahd some working dapilal, which is Secured. Submit work history and phone number for interview, Write National Sales & Mfg. do., Inc., Box MUtf. Dallas 18, In Norm Siebgrn, th,ein oolue Jeft fiejder, the yqjj^es hoye a, left-handed §pvay , hitter vho is apt to prpyo trpublesomp Burdptte bepauso he hits to tho opposite Qn. tiie Yankee tfpbit sid.e, B)]J i, Gil MpDoiigald'gnd Tony don't appear as pofont as ' improve, ment over previous! starts, a). though the Zebras lost 7-6 \a Fort Smith Jast week,, pjytheville ftoy ever, broke a 12-game winnin streak and the Chicks gould ea.si i]y carry the spirij from its Victory ovey \Yhitehaypn. a triumph over the ge., Fort Sjujjh learned, % lot ii] }h,o Solly Hemus Has a Dream Come Ti^ue ST. LOUIS (AP) — Little Solly •lemus has boon installed officially is the sixth St. Louis Cardinal nannger in eight years and he's ndicated there will be a gootf bit jf lineup shuffling Hemus, 34-year-old former in- ielder for the Cards who camr lore from the Philadelphia Pliitco club" The club needs more punch, pitching and greater depth," General Manager Bing Devino "hipped in his agreement that a lumber of trades would be neces- ary to restore the Cardinals .-as a icnnant » contender. "We've al- eady talked to some clubs, par- icularly Cincinnati and-San Fra- :isco, and Roy Hamey, Philadelphia general manager, and I will definitely get together during the Series," Devine said. Hemus said he hlmsolf would bo ieen on the playing field next •ear. "I'm in condition to play 00 games. I don't think I'll pla.v hat much, thou/?li Don Blasingame (Cardinal second baseman) s one of the finest In the league, but if conditions warrant me pinch-hitting or plaving defensive, ly in late innings, I'll go in." It so, Hemus would be the only playing manae.nr in the majors Veteran outfielders Del Knnts and Wally Moon both had -the worst season of their careers this, year and are expected to be high on the list of Cardinal players up for trade, • The Cards wil 1 probably make a bid for hard-hitting rookies Willie Kirkland and Felipe Alou of the Giants Part of the coaching shuffle Is completed. Harry Walker was brought up from Houston and Johnny Keanc, manager of Omn' ha, was added, One or two more coaches will be named later. Homus, the personal choice of Cardinal owner AugXisl A. Busch Jr., was acquired from Philadelphia in a trade of Gene Froeso, The Negro Community Either Mlckt Phone 7-4«7« or 7-4474 For Rtitt 2 BOOM furnished apartment With private bath, front and back eft" trances, electric refrigerator, 321 Sonncr St.. phone ?4nS3. INf 4 ROOM furnished garage apart' ment. Adults only. S20 W, 5lh. Call 7-38a4. 24'Gtc For Sale or Trad* 1&5S POftD in excellent condition, Only 39,000 New tires, radio and healer, two tone. $095.00 Need pickup. Roy Cagle, 14.13 Elm St. Thought for the day What an a'bstird thing it is to pass over al Hhe Valuable parts of n man. and :fix our attention on his infirmities — lAddison. Calendar of E,v«nts The members of Church Hill elation Service for the pastor and elation Service fo rthe pastor and wife, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Hutchinson, Oct. 2-5. The public Is invited, Mrs. P. Bowles, mistress of ceremonies; Mrs. Euln M. Smith, reporter. BeBec Chapter (No. 412 OES will meet Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 ip.m. at' Davis Chapel Methodist Church. All members are asked to be present.- The Yerger (Band Mother's Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m. All members are asked to be present. Coming and Going Mrs. Ma'xine (Block and children of Wasco, Calif. James .Willie and Lewis Evans of .Rockford, '111. have' returned to their homes after spending several days with their parents, 'M'r. and.'Mrs. Dave Evans of lEmmet and attending the funeral of their aunt. Grid Poll Has Very Familiar Pattern Mayo Smith to Manage the Redlegs By HAROLP HARRISON ast year, ot bat or in JJje The Braves are nt least a,s f's they'wpvo Jast year even w]th pft fiekler Wcs Covington by aching grfco jpf pay thn ou.tsid? its c.l§,s3, would ~b.e Cfrosett, pift (the ', more than .a' dozen men transfers and Peter? ' the opening ineitp pyt the 'belting n jn ni) iyith .th first 9 soj'e will »Jny first pitching. r ,qw^lioijabl,!? ^ _ t . 0, (>A'P) — Mayo Smith will bo' the manager of UK Cincinnati Redlegs next seasm and if he believes in the of numbers he probably thinks "hp has a pennant winner coming up The' Redlegs wop the Nation.', League pennant in 1919. Twenlj years later in 1039 they won again Now 1959 is coming up Of course. Cincinnati ajso wnr n 1940 so Smith, deposed' q$ man only a little more than'two month? ago, might have to wait un|i} }9GO. Tho contract he signed Monday, lowever, wjth Cincinnati is only' one-year agreement. As manager o£ the Redlei finished fourth foy a, season; the 4,3-vear-o]4 and Jimmy Dy!>es. Tebbetts, who trok oyer tho Redlegs 'in 185-1. quit last AU'S. 11 . bepauso, he said, he thought Tt would, be best fflf «i Pykps finish?^ mi ' season a? an inleribf . . - . .taken a terrific bent,in.« s fans because the iQ liyo up to (pvp-seasdn pepialiang. , Thny wjsre jn last place wjien Tcbbets l?Qwpd out. , * Jpss than law sjeasoii's as By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's something vaguely tamiliar about the wuekly Associated Press college football poll today. Oklahoma is in the No. I spot, a place it has held many, many weeks the past few years, and where it finished twice in the. last three years Last year Auburn wound up as national cha.mpion The sports writers and the sport- casters paiticipating in the poll g ( ave the Soorters 6G first-place votes and 1,387 total points on the strength of their 47-14 romp oyor West Virginia. Ohio State, No. 1 a week ago before playing a game, dropped to third place. The voters .possibly wore o JHtJe shaken toy the narrow 23-20 margin which the Buckeyes wop over Southern Methodist. Au- byi'n, a 13-0 yictor over Tennessee, took over the No. 2 spot. Three new teams were voted in-. to the top 10, displacing Texas Christian, Pittsburgh and Washington State, The newcomers are Iowa, victor over a highly touted Texas Christian team; Wisconsin, an impressive victor over Miami; end ciemspn, winner over already beaten Norjlj Carolina, The onjy tpam to hp}d the same pqsition this week as it did a sveek ago was Michigan S.late, No 4 In both polls, Thg Spartans beat CaU jfornia S a t n r d a y 32,J3, Army moved up from eighth t" fifth, Mississippi from ninth {o si*th, and ^Notre Pame dropped frorr, fifth to seventh. Tho top 10, based on 1Q points for n first-plqco vote, 9 for second e{c, <firs{.p)ace yotes in parenlfo- esps); 1, pJ5)ahoms W) .................. 1.3(?7 , Auburn {58! ....................... 4,20(5 OUR home at 919 South Elm Street Open for inspection from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. Wall to Wall carpets, metal cabinets and double sinks in kitchen. Equipped for additional incorne if desired. Call 7'22B1 or 7-2257 for details. 20-6tp For Salt ALUMINUM screens, doors, Storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Photte 7-5807. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2950. 13-1-m-p MY home at Ozan, Ark, 5 rooms, front and back porch. John W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. . • 15-1-m-p 1050 STUDEBAKIE'R pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7-401U. 29-tf 1947 BUICK, black 4 door sedan. Less than 50,000 miles. Phone 7-5505 days, 7-5562 nigh'ts. 29-3tc WOOL tw'eed . sport coat. Small man's size. Worn one season. Also boys suit. Size 12, Dayi iPorterfiekl. Phone 7-3633, 29-31 WANT AD RATIS All Woftf Ads art payobl* I' advbno? bu» adi will b« accgt>t» ever (hi telephone ahd accofnodtf flon dcefiuhH allowed with the ui» d«fStofiding the dfcoufif is bdyabU SfdteVfierit is fehdefea. 6f WofdS Up to IS t«t620 21 (6 25 26 Id 30 SI Id 35 36 td 40 4\ to ^5 46 to SO 6hS Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.65 1.20 1.35 1.50 Days 4o 1.20 t.sd t.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX dht 1.50 5.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 4.5« 6.0 7,S> 9.9 10.* . \3.5> \5.» CLASSIFIED DISPLAY » Hffl* .' , 75c bet Ihd- 1 tlm« .,,.., 75c pef \M 6.tlWeS , SOc per Ihdfi Rate* quoted above ore for cor Jecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip 1 date arts will take the one-day fate, All daily classified advertising will be afS(?ol6H drtlll 5 p. m. publication the following day. ThS publishers reserve the rlcjht M revise or edit oil advertisements of fered for pnhlicaf/on and to refec' any ebiectibnoble advertising Submitted. Initials of 'ire ut more letters, flroups of figures such as house ex telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Wont Ads unles 1 errors are called to our attention offer FIRST ln*i*rtion of nd att'f th»r) for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE.- PROSPECT 7-343' Hope Star 'i •( "* • -*'" n •' '- r i- •• - - Star nf Hooe 1199; frea .1927 Coniolidotcd January 18, 1929 Published every Weekday afternoo/» bf STAR PUBLISHING CO.' Mr«. C. E. Palmer, Presldenf Alex, H. Woshburn, Seey-Trti., ot The Star Bulldlnq 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansai Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publisher foul .M. -.Jnne^. Mnnnoing Editor Donat Parker, Advertising Mgr. George ,W.' Hp?mer, Mech. Supt. Services Offered LET ui renovate your old ma tress. 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