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Ik three Key Linemen May Miss Fairview Contest , _ stalwarts of tho tlnpe line —j-• - -- —*?| tylilch has limited opposition to' Pftelsaj-hftll Gfiti' 20 points in five entries are, WUOACIWUM tippled nnd will see only limited fection, i{ ntiy nl nit, when the fiob- tjnls tHhgle with Full-view hrre Fti-j itt another nllMHipnrtnnl| ; contest. >..< Cardinals ate one of the Improved (cams in the slnto tflftt* CTfc Very capable of inking the tiobcnls who currently Irarl the district. f 'As we expected, our bnyi Vtar'eh't fcncty find Crossed really khocked us down, said Condics Wcice, bon Sevinr and Ooi- • NBA Exhibitions By THfc ASSOCIATED N(w York «. r'hiindptphia 5 (o'Vortimrl St. l.nuis lit, MinnenpoliS 102 Rnslon 101. Cincinnnil T) !»\Ve Were about half re.uly on defense but offensively we ui-ie iS|**3?tJl tnorp ' The whole line ns sSJICnY bocks did a sorry lob in - Clocking out Crosscll's fomnicl Avnll, the Conches continued. *"*' ''Fail-view can beat anyone in the district on any given nit>hl. They have all all-senior team nnd they nlwnys play Hope tough. With 3fffi£,Thurmiui, Winston Duko out >uiTs Week with Injuiles nnd Hoy Rowe on limited action, we \\ill have to play some inexperienced bpy-1 ngnlnsl a very experienced lurim, • I'Wo will have lo really be up for Fairview or lake a tcnlble beating. The Coaches just hope to hnvC'll boys ready for the 1 game Friday night," was (lie comment. -The "contest stalls nl U o'clock in Hnmmons >- Stnclium. Dupas Hopes for Victory Over Turner Light Practice » \i* *• " *^ **" r ffcu^Porkers, NblZomment -iFAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — L Conch Frank Broyles put his Unl- ]vcrslty of Arkansas Razorbacks ,'{hrough a light practice yesterday, x and declined to comment after{'wards "S The squad ran n dummy scrim : " ,-mage and worked on kickoff block'„ a'ng -assignments and pass defense crrhe only contact,work came in a ^ne-op-one .blocking session. >Tho Razorbaclcs lienrd an onii l - nous 1-Warhin'g from assistant iJCoach^^lp^rill Green, who scouted „ (he Texas-Oklalioma game: T|iu • Longhorns' 15-14 victory was no 'fluke., ' T "T e x a s won legitimately" , Green / said, "I'll tell you, I saw ^h pretty good football team," i'j The Porkers moot tho Longhorns •atrAnstln Saturday, * Green said the Steers have a MONTREAL 'API — Ralph t5u« |>ns tinned 23 Tmsdny. Tonight ho hopes to reU'brntc the birthday with n victory over Voterativ G'.i Turner In n television biittlc of Welterweight contenders at Montreal's Forum lie's n 7-5 cholcu In have a hnppy party. This Is the first visit to this t'iieh-rppakiiiK city -by Dupas, a Cajun from New Orleans. He's finding thr climate and the French spoken hire different from his native Louisiana. But he has been greeted warmly by tho populace. Dupas is one of the :>lickest boxers in the welterweight division. T-lis cleverness and speed are tho reasons why he's been irwidc thj favorite although he's ranked sixth among the welterweight contenders niul Turner is ranked third, Th? curly-haired Southerner, a pro since he was 14, moved out of the lightweight division for good when he was knocked out by lightweight champion Joc-y Brown in a title bout last May He had been fighting at about 143 pounds find had to make 135 or less for Brown. Mo weighed 134. "Th.'it WHS too light for. mp," said Dupas. "1 was weak. 1 fight best at H3 or so." Since his loss to Brown, Dupas has beaten Johnny Gorman and Ray' Lancaster. "His record ; .is 72- f)'-0. Turner, 27, has a 57-1(5-2 record. potent combination of size'; and ability. Weighlwise, he added, they average about as much in tho backficld—15 pounds—as -tlio Porkers average in the line, P.orkers dressed out in-sweat clothes yesterday as a result of .Injuries and flu. Guard Bill Luplow has a bruised hip and center Barry Swilzcr was nursing a brusicd shoulder. Tackle Bill Michaels ,was still weak from a flu attack that kept him out of tho Ricp game All throe, are expected to suit up for practice today.' Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes iE ROCK rAPi-Her-p Is ft fishing t-fcJibH tilu! tot-eenst from the ArKftftaas Game find Fish Com. inissloti: LAK15 oUAGMfTA: Blnck BsisS fair fth at-Ufidal «ttd live bait; brenfti fall- on worms, erawfltih LAKli: CAfHERtNlC Nn report. (LAKfe NQRFORK HJnck bass Mif oh aMIIIcifl) bait and crnyflsh; t-rabbie fair on arllficin-l bail. LAKE CONWAV ftlnrk fa&* fail- o« nHlficifl] bnlt; brrnin good oil crickets nnd worms. LAKR flAMILTON: No tctwH. HULL SHOALS LAKK: fair oh lopwnlei' lures. LAK15 OH1313SON: Nn report. Predictions on Saturday Grid Winners By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK <AP)~-Lnsl week's predictions (2) wrong ones in nS stabs) can bring a chesty fore* easier buck to earth faster thnn a burned-out moon rocket Using a new motor nnd a different type ftlel, here are this weekV winners Army over Virginia The Cadets now r'ntq us .the country's best. Auburn" over Georgia Tech The Plainsmen, who hnvoti't yielded a touchdown on the ground slncfi 105G, Will have a busy afternoon >but their defense should pull them 'through. Iowa over Wisconsin: Randy Duncan's passing to be the decisive factor in this battle of Big Ten title claimants. Navy over Tulane: It is the Oyster ^Bowl game at Norfolk, Va.. with the Southerners finding Navy's shell too louyh to crack. Tcxirs over Arkansas: The Ra- •/.orbacks have scored only three times in four games and Texas <lid beat Oklahoma. Mississippi over Hardin Simmons: "This could be more ••russecl than it sounds. Notre Dume over Duke: Nick Pietrosan'te and Wruy Carlton to share the- 'Individual honors. Oregon over Washington Stale: Another game in which the da- j'eiisc will tell, Skipping'' over tho others in o hurry; FRIDAY Geprue Washington over Richmond. SATURDAY. EAST: Harvard over Columbia. Holy Cross over Dartmouth, Lafayette over Temple, Ponn SUHu over Boston University, Delaware over New Hampshire, Brown over ftO , flasher 15, 19SS Hope Favored Over Fairview Friday 8y JOHN 8 SfAHR We'd iiUtj to heat- from Who picked Fort Smith t>V« Mock last week or who pfedialwl that thu Kl OofadoPlne Bluff garne would produce 70 points */ seorinit, And we'd like, just one time this year, to pick correrlly the fesult of a aiytheville game, Since we don't alwnys get our Wishes: . Fort Smith 20, Blythevilie 6'. fhe Grizzlies continue to roll on the momentum gained in last Week's upset. Hot Springs 13, North tittle Rock 13: Even as Elizabeth fay lor's tooth, TeXJirkanu 14, Little Rock Cett tral 12: Anyone who pirfks agalftst the Tigers does so with fear and trembling. But some of thai Tiger sphit is bound to bo gone Little Rock Hall 14, Van Bufch 13: Ilall is another tenm we've had trouble with. The Warriors lust haven't followed formi 1 El Dorndo 32, Smackover V: No repeat of last week's soring spree, but a solid, football team manhandling another. Pine Bluff '''20, ••StiAUg'rirt 14: The . . ' ' : •'-• ' '••'' -' Ponn, Pittsburgh • oVerpWest Virginia, Princeton over' Colgate, Rutgers over Buckn'oll, : Syracuse over Nebraska, Wake -Forest ovei Vilianova, Yale over Cornell. MIDWEST: Ohio State' dber Indiana, Michigan Slate over Purdue, Colorado over :.Iowa State, Kansas State over .Missouri, BoS' ton College over Marcjuette, ? HU Hois over Minnesota, Tulsa over Drake. 'Michigan • over Northwestern SOUTHWEST: Oklahoma ovei Kansas, Houston over 'Oklahoma State, .Texas Christian over T«xas A&M, Baylor over "Texas Tech, Southern Methodist over Rice. SOUTH: Louisiana.'State over Kentucky, Davidson o.ver Carson Newman, Florida State over Vlr ginia Tech. Florida ' oyer Vander bill, 'Furrhan over" Wo/ford, Mis sissippi State over-Arkansas Stats North Carolina over' Maryland Virginia Military ' over Tampa Tennessee over Alabama. (William & Mary over North Carolina State, FAR WEST; Arizona State over San Jose State, Br{gham Young over North Texas State; Wyoming over Colorado State 'University Oregon State over Idaho, Utah Slate over Montana, New Mexico over Arizona, College, of Pacific over Cincinnati, California over Southern California, Air Force over Stanford, Denver over Utah Washington over -UCLA. SAVINGS Jti* hsndspms new hpp<( pnt) grill« ( wfpp-9f9ynd t They're ncj^Fprd m>cfei'r<wr '5fJ They're heri lo take ypij fj»r^»w»j;4 for savings. styl° and. durability! Ferg'l Tilt Pab tanderos and.4» 19 Jhe Fsrd \m, 's rugget} Short ypu even bf»er pas stands ih? 's o« utanding rep Bid fer d«jr*i , Ail Jnd<spepd?m swdy rf }9 , fef lije J?jli ' _.^«.. . .'A » '•«?:*,! •fSm'.i." • ?*?<•.-,* ;•• ; .WNWWgH^JwwiaipWfHWimwB «vwi'V"**«^%*w WJ»HW«< ^^^,-^OSili^^^^^^m- '^ < '!S$I^ t^ $& f/ f^ u **^ w<te?4 ^ UJ f j .«»,. i ,T^ Vl ^__3,,^^^j*^^^_ iVjV'- K^g> tf ^m Smijmmm'^^^.J •,* ' , t'^^fX^^^i ^ , "' il kii>:. ADS MUST IE IN 0»ICI DAY BEFOIIt PUILICATION — PHONI 7>34J1 FOR AD TARIR B^^W^^^W 9^f IF^^^^^B ^^^f ^^^^^^^^^^ 1 The schedule of Soltlttaf printed below, has beeli.takSfi from John Alden Knight's Sblutisf Tables, Plan your days so that you Will be fishing in good territdfy or hunting In good covet during these times, if you wish to find the best Sport that each day has to offer. . .4 i The Major Periods ate shewn Ifl boldface type. These begin at;;the times shown and last for an.hottf and a half or two hours therdi after. The Minor Perlbds, shdvvn;in regular type, are of sOrne'wh&t shorter duration, ."..V A. M. P.M Minor Major Minor Major Wedties. 7:40 1:25 8:15 ; 1:55 Thursday 8:35 2:20 9:10 2150 Friday 9:30 3:15 10:05 3:45 Saturday 10:2fi 4:10 10:55 4:35 Sunday 11:15 5100 *11:45 5125: to t»uy » W* S*it» W* MM *KAL fcSf AM M. 0, JWAHKL1N CUMI*Aflf A, Call Cat l*et «», frM ErtUiteft, tlktei, Have Vafil -* tftil fr*V*l PHESCOTT StOltAOE CO. PREtCOTT, AMLAMtAf If-tf Fights Lost Night By THE ASSOCIATED' PRESS' London, England — Henry Coop; er, IB , London, outpointed "Zora Folley. 18%, Chandler, Ariz,, 10, Halifax, N.S. — Richard .Howard, 137',^, knocked out Vernon Lynch 132 New York 10. Holyoke Mass —Harold Gomes; 131, Providence, outpointed Johnny Beans, 130. New York," 10. Stockton, Calif. — Little Ceznr, 322, Philippines, outpointed Frankic Duarte. 122, Mexico, 10.' El Dorado Is Top Team, Hope? Third By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS' . El Dorado's unbeaten Wildcats, collecting all except one first place vote again, retained the top spot in the Associated Press' secon'd weekly ratings of Arkansas prep teams. Little Rock Central, upset by Fort Smith, dropped from second place to eighth and was replaced by its crosstown rival, Hall, which which climbed to firth after beating North Little Rock. Hope took advantage of the up sets to advance from fourth to third. Fort Smith gained five rungs ot! the Little Rock victory — up from ninth to fourth trot Springs, which took a routine triumph over Tcxar- kana, moved into fifth from seventh. Little Rock Catholic, which knocked Conway out of '.lie top 10, advanced from 50th to sixth. After No.rth .Little Rock in seventh and Central in eighth came Van Buren, which* was in a tie for 10th with Catholic last week, West Memphis, although it shut out Jonesboro 130, dropped from sixth to 10th. Here are tho leaders: team . ., Points* x a IE! Dorado 79 2,' Hall 71 "a BAHHAM: Bfothe-rsr... .Mouse MoV- ers. Insured' afid free estimate. Write Barham Brothers Gale, Arkansas, . 2M Mo. NO hunting or trapping will be allowed without a pe.rmit on my land ;ln the old proving ground, This land Is posted,iW. *1. Stroild, . l64-2mo. e For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byei's-Gulf Ser vice. Call Day oi' Nlgh't. 7-9!)o5. ... : . , ' . 8-lmoc FemakHtlp Wanted TW6 wfiittesses, Apply fit ptmti, fiiarhohd Safe, Hepe, Afk RURAL Christmas time , , , dtif big earning time! Avon Cosmetics has two territories open for WomeH whci wish to earn. Insure yoiii'. Merry Christmas! Representatives deed' cd fol' Redland Township (McCas« kill) and Saline Township iCoktrn* bUS). Car necessary.* Write" AVdfi, Box 3??, ttpt Springs, Ark, Give dlrectl6hs,:to,y6Ur home, IS'Std WANT AD RATES All Want Ms, 5?d t»yab'a in advoftce but bds will be -accepted &v6f thS felephohg aftd .5r.:o*odd- »tl6fi aKouhts allowed with fhe uh- Hdma tliS accOuhf is poyabld sfaflfheftt Is rendered. WuRibSf 5f Words U(> fo IS 16 to 20 2t fd 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 *6 46 41 Id 45 46 to SO She" boy .43 .60. '.90 1.65 1.20 1.35 1.50 thfcS bay's .90 1.20 t.50 1.80 2.10 2.46 2.76 3.06 Six bavs 1.50 2.00 2.50 100 3.50 4.66 4.56 5.60 One MohlH 4.56 4.00 9.50 9.06 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.66 Help Wanted WAITRESS of trainee, Apply':to person, Oaks Cafe and Gift Shop, 19'l«mo>e MBN'WOMISN $20 Daily, SelTUirn* inoliS nameplates, Write Reeves Co,, Allleboro, Md'sSS, • S-im^p THREE room unfurnished apartment, Private entrance. Prviate bath'. Borsey Hiickabee. Phone 7-2397. . , . 14-3tp R'EDECORATEO • inside and out. Modern. Three>large rooms. Near town on pavement. Desirable for couple. 7-2071. 15-3lc Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 , years and over. Apply at Hope Star Office. 48 30'!> 36 3, Hope 4., Fort Smith 5, Hot Springs 6, Catholic 7, North Little Rock ' ',8, Central 24 . 9. Van Buren 17 %10, West Memphis 14 Others receiving votes; Do Queen 8, De Witt G, Crossett an,d Pipe Bluff 4, Fayettevilje and Ospeoja 2, Mnlverji and Green wood 1, Amateur Reports Another Sputnik KANSAS CITY (AP^— Is there a electronic voipe in the sky Np, 4 fi nay sfltoJJIlp," says an> pd}o\pppwtor F,lmp Mejton else some mighty weird things are happening-" '< The pp.yepr'OW MfiUon sair4 he of JQO. 1Q5 and ij? ,', Mellon- Who listens aU for ^jniinir; Nn- 3, in, it i« A new si n )iRl 3, sound? 1'ke 8 ?)ow l Sflid, , VThli* 1 one reserves a ? |irst 'heard, the morning <ancj it JiSlwntgry In jf jiad not , tW minutes bpep'* of § III, The simian «PPW§ in B- "ITS;"* »T The Negro Community • Esther Hleki Phone 7-4«7« er 7-4474 WANTfeD AT ONCE. Man or woman to supply Rawleigh house' Hold necessities to consumers in ,S. .Hempstead County or Hope, Full or part. lime. For details without obligation .see Corwin Crow, Rt, 1, .Box ;30, Nashville, •Ark. or write''R'aWleigh's, Dept.' AKJ-041'271, Memphis, Tenn. A ' • 6-tf For Sol* ALUMINUM screens, doors,-, storm windows, weather - stripping, insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimales. Andy Andrews, Phone 7-5867. 9-tf HOUSE TO BE'MOVED For sale by bid. .422 West Third Street, Hope, Ark. Raymond Byers Phone 7-2956. . .13-1-m-p MY home at Ozan, Ark, 5-rooms, front and back porch.-John ,W. Webb, Ozan, Ark. 15-1-m-p . Thought for the .day The beauty seen, is partly !n him who see it, — Bovee. ' Calendar of Events BeBee .Chapter (No, 412 OES will meet Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 7:30 p.m. at .Davis Chnpel Methodist Church. The Yerger Band Mother's Club svill hold its regular meeling Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. All members are asked to toe present, - Special Notice Anyone interested are asked to attend a meeting Thursday, Oct. 16 at 7; 30 .p.m. at Yerger High School for the purpose of organizing a Tiger Booster's Club, There is a great need for such an organization in Hope. Other towns and schools have them, so should we, I feel thai we osve Ihis tnuchho our boys who are giving •their oil to try to hold up the reputation we once had, There has been much criticism about the learn this year as lo why they are making such a poor showing, . Anyone interested in helping the boys, will meet with us Thursday night, This meeting will answer many of your questions, Zorah Chapter' No, 4 OES will sponsor a Fish Fry at the home of Mrs, Warnie .Lloyd, 715. Sputh Spruce St, Friday, Oct. J7 at 7:30 p,m, The pybljc is invited, Good Citizenship C|ub The Good Citizenship Club of Shover Street Elementary School heJd its regular weekly m e °Urig with #ie president, Mvu'iJ 'Moss prer siding. Revotion wa? lerj by Jac •quejyn Hlpks si the piano, After the bysjnpss session, the recreation leaders, Jessie M, Re 1 - 1 , ford; and tarry HJcHles eond.up.tefl games, Winner in til 8 MulUpJ'ca. lion, game was John JSdward Jones Other officers are pgtrieia WiU- tarns, sppj-etury; Margaret j*<wiU* jams and Gloria Hill, reporters. t Birthday Party Hsners Tws Uremia Williams nod Vivian Marie §opJt were hot}0!'?4 with fl party on Jh'eir 5th §nd sth. birth' ftw on Sundfy. Oft. 18 ai the Some Of Mr-BRd <W$< BP° Williams, ' ThP Ipllpwlne £we${§ ware er Peris Fsy? 'Dennis, SWriey pejpney, ^Wnfla Mae WJltoms, Jpa»iia Mas' 'le-el meat iis DUna Stw* i' Wilma Varies awl W,,, RMC, . v; 1950 STUDEBAKER pickup. Cattle bed, heater, clean and 'in good condition. Phone 7-2204, or 7-4011. ,29-tf MIXED HAY — Lespedesia and grass. 35c and 40c at" barn.' 1 J> W. Strickland. 7-3731. ". Sit PRICED for immediate' sale.-';I frame house, 6 rooms', bath, utility room and 2 lots' for sale. '-3 block|S from grade school.' Cal" PR 7-2273 for appointment, '' 8-8tp NICE Home — 5 rooms and' dinette, car port. Completely'fur- nished. Reasonable for cash^ an< quick sale. Phone 7-4047, " 9-Otp FIVE room 'home across street from Brookwood School, 509" So Spruce. Phone 7-2223, , 10-6tp NUT CRACKERS '• Walnut and .hickory meats, cjijor ters and halves $7,75, Write Crack ermall, Marshall, Ark, J3-6tp Lost PAIR bifocal eyeglasses between White's Cafe, N., Walnut Street Oct. 7, Reward. Phone 7-3501; Room and Board ROOM AND BOAHD-/ FOR room and board, cooking »' its best, with cjean comfortable rooms wtth Innerspring mattresn- ' es, attic ventilation. -• SnyKe Hotel, : - W4 Mo, Wonted to Buy SMALL' farm, preferably on high' way, wilh modern house, State exact location, improvements age and condition, and lowest cash price, Lee, J312 Ljnden L ? n ? Garland. Texas, - ',- ' .9-§tp Services Offtrtd ywr .914 tre»p. We lpecJ»lU» to «*S inner*prl»f.' '' .» QOBS >|ATTBI5i8 , 7W Wilt « |fMtfemtr7 Mwtart, iufh^rtoi, Wf bivt mut 'OT ywrtfwp Ifftrfi Iff, , Sites 1 and service, |l? f ist fc, fi, Beem, Phene t* CO, ^ f AlfySfUpplng...!! e Wlkf an fegr, at gnyfefr HQtfl. - Phsne .-?«, mi - • FOB ISn? el InstrueHon .....,.. 6 times •rtiA.irt.j.^.i..^-. SSt ftotes CLASSIlFlEb "b'ISpLAY; T*tlm* ' \W!ffy>?$d&- ! 80t pel inch 1 "' A " < "''"'' ! " jC P - inch OfS tot cdfi' ^w'ods'wlTKHikd'Vhe. one-day (-ate. All ddlly cldselfied advertising copy Wilt be. dcceptdd unHl 5 (>.m. for Tha published teicivei Hie fight to ifevlse or--edH .oil.-advesltsernents of fered fat publication °" cl '* fe >^ cny ob|ectior|oble djIyetHs.ifig- sub' triltlerl, • *• Inltiols of one or wore letters, groups oPfinures/fsuch os house or telephone numbers,count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible 'foe 1 crrdrs")n Want Ads unless errors 'orn ' cfittfd'' to our attention after FIRST'ltrTtion of ad and then for' ONLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of Hope 1199; Press 1927 C*nt*lidoted January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mn. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. .Wcshburn, Seey-Trcs. at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Al«x. H. Weshburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Janes, Managing Editor D*nal Parker, Advertising Mgr. Ctarfi W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. tittered at second class matter at the Pott Office ot Hopa, Arkansas, under the Att of March 3, 1197. Memuer of »>ie Audit Bureau of Circulations 1 Subscription Rotos (payable in odvan^a) By carrier in Hope and neighbjrinfl , - towns •— ttt week S_.30 Per ye«r 1460 By mail in Hempsteart, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Oun- tles — On*' month '„ $ .«5 Thre* months '•« Sl«, mon»ht'., s 3 -5; fiM «»r ;. ,. «.50 All other mall ,— One month Three months . , , .. Six months . . ,..,. .... One year .... • 1.30 3.«0 7.80 15.60 •- Nat'!, Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Poilies, |nr,, 1602 Sterlrk Bldg, "Mornp'iis 2, Tenn.; 505 """oxcs Bonk Blda,, Dallf ?, Texas' ?6n N Mlchiaan Avo., ChironoM, III.; 60 F, 42nd St.-, Now York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Periobscor Rklq., Otroit 2, Mich,; Terminal BWo, Oklahomo City 2, Okla, Member of The Aiioeloted Press; The' Awoclotnd Press Is entitled ex- cluslvelv to the LIT for rppublkaticn Of all thf lo'-al i»ws printed in* this pewspnpor, as well qs a|l AP news dispatches, WANTED TO BUY Pine Pulpwooo by Truck Load Cut o Woods or otherwise. HAROLD • PR 7-4321 Ark, in m&"m&&®^£ MM$; ~~"~ 49&r "-- - fillf Uii 3

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