Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1958 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1958
Page 13
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36, Injuries Hove Kept Key From Ploying JA6K Iparts "welcome home" sigft is up 6FbUiid the halfbft'S gHdifp pi-tie' liCe fields tbday itS ffidfl?- »'pfod|« ffil" fooiball payers an infrequent gftwe fofeffiost is Sob . Navy's Ail Attieiidfi laeklc whs ' yet 16 play Ihis se-fispH Valley glfeatti, N. V., tacide/suf fejgd S pulled aehttibg tendon ifig a September jsfactiee" le__ afid ha§ beefi sldellHed .sljsii.fe/, said he would blay atfnihst""" bah^e in BaHi^no^e, 'Michigan, which ha?, lost backs John HeM'fisteJn. by'lnjttw . S9 Eat. (cqinb, and Tohy fiio by suspension, wol» -•-•'• cohiod back Jim Byefs. Byel's.has 'been out since the lil'st "Week* of practice and Is i-epoHed feady /or the Iowa game fiyei-s moves 'into the Ko. 2 fuU b'fjk slot behind Gene Sisitiyak. Duke, who plays Georgia Teeth this Week, added '"cfOafiefback Geoi-ge Maffis to ils hale and hearty list, Harris has been otit with a knee injury, "suffered against Virginia Sept. 27, Btif'tho iBUie IDeVilg saw their, No. i-'center Ted Aoyal, as a stiestio'iiablj;'' participant against , Tech "because of a.-' sprained right ankle:'-: "7 , •'.-CConch Dick dolman .of Princes- 1 tori,- beset -with 'o host of /injuries, n'^ied Frank . Schults nV- right tackle against Brown Saturday. Schults missed eight weeks', of prnetice due to head injuries, , .Marquette has its, good' rieWs.in double 'doses. Fullbacks 'Ion Fisher 'and* John Lane both* reported ready for Detroit this \veekcncl, (Fleber has been" sidelined since pre-season practice • while Lane broke a finger in Marquette's opening game. , ' ', ' •Ed Stubblebine, 244-pound Penn t/^kle, .gets his first start in two years against Harvard'-this* week. Stubblebine .broke a leg In preseason thrills two years ago 'and was out of sch'ool last -y.car., ' •.Missouri continues" 'to 'prepare for,; its Big Eighti battled with Nebraska, with' 'end, Dale Picicock returning to duty afte'r.a»knee operation.' , . ,,.''' v v ' Georgia Tech's Coach " • Bobby. 'Dodd moved center PhiliBaum "tp tVm- left guard 'slot, .'where -lie* lettered in 1955.' He missed, the last two seasons with a bad"back,' but returned, 'this season? as< a center, Maryland's Tommy '-Mont will have -his starting backfield* in ,one unit for the * first time' Saturday against South Carolina. Halfbacks Ted-.Kcrshner -• and John Forbes, fxillbaclc Jim Joyce'jand quarterbacks Bob- Rusevlyn- ror ..Dirkiu Scarbath have aUT.b'een • With injuries. ! .' ?,t T '* ''V ' ' * BONN," ' government v j,. ern "Big- 1 Three still"? are '"tapping private, telephone ,,]irje's- ; iri",' sover- 'eign West" Qerm'a'ny.': • . ";• " ' f Postal , Minister " Richard ' Stucklin was asked in t Parliament 'if -the Arperigans were listening in on a private ' line, in the . Palatinate '• •' - '- ' , . . tuecklen', said"th'<; treaties under • which West § Germany ' was granted sovereignty 3M> years"ago gave the ^ 'Allies the authority . to tapjlines. if ithey, thought, .the, ipter- ests\ of their t'robps w^jp ."in ^'dan- "ge'r. "i:'\ .'• . '/t,- ''_ ; V • '" .{ " ';:'•' , - • — BH1 ropH t 'ri.'. r9l|' ( 'rnu$c set' off a', third rjot o^ West/.Qerman teen? p, jsrs' Tuesday ' rniftitj '• -.' • •' t x-This 1 ' tjrne 300 'poljoe, wepe ready , titid broke 'up ihe riot 'before sort' ous damage wa's done, ". 'Puring an .intermisMoi), Jn ihe program by 'Halpy.'s Amer;cai) band, 1 ieen-ngers wearing }e>ther pickets and blue jeans Jjjg'gjH} >vhjst]ing for {he star's >eappe|r/, ance, Whop he cnme ovit, tried to -storm the stage, for sons" best Kr)°wn'Jo themselves, -T)ie o^hej\ riots />cci}pred" duri rJNnV Ha)ey • sppeapaiipps in Hamburg and West' Berlin,, m APT (6N l»ERBYyn&B, ROACH - HUGHK WSMR|NCI A •M__ A. •*l«Jr m^^L »^* 1S*' 5 *'' iT * / l " « T? * m^afflSi^P HOPE, ARKANSAS Animal Life 8 gwifie- Male sheep 6 5Ieic acid sail 4S(?t>tiis)tHVef B Btirtdhist , Staled 20 Habitual lisiale 3? Aggi'egatidng 6 Noliofi - of ojSium '38 Avoids Hil-ed gStfiiidof bomb 39 Calm !7Pf6fi| i6 Pe&Cbck 2S Whole 44 Buck 8 Decay . Si Fixed cotltse 45 tiaelii! D rij- a jjlane H Bucdefl ' 4G Old " 10 flefcail-et*""" " 33 Sbl-if.g'ljack 49 LlUie child HUMP.' TRG^U / dueAR! V'SWSE I (36NMA V'dA^l Hit IT WTH JUST pMe SCEAtt? 51 Pi'Uit drinX 22 Pet-fume wm 34 Make-possible 51 Pish' eggs a^eilaUott eoUfiSeiof i Be baseball term Si Encountered *2 rriend (Fr.) ii*alm« : • 40 Ordain 41 \Vaitat-Ublt 42 Vehicle 43 Invisiblt " vapor 47 Rowing tobl 48 Death notice ALlfV OOI> I'M FBUK NAWBP WILURD VAR8ER 1 . TUB WP IW A BOAT WITH A PI5HERWAW : HE'LL TAKe US "Never mind how easy it is to put on the brush! How hard is.it to get off the floor?'* 60 tfnit of eftergy .62 IleUfii (comb; S3 P,cci',Cyht'» By Nodine Sc.txer By Kote Otonn CAPTAIN EASY yuaxn IS MRS,BUMSTGAD AT HOME ? "After they leave,, we: move in and pick,up the loose change 1 ." By Oilbroith • IH* kf MU tMim, tat. TJL Kif. U*. Pit. Oft . M H'sfa Halloween party, Alice—just come as you are!" si,..v ; v- "- ; *'~ • • ' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AND HER BUDDIES EL TlEWiPO ESTA' All SIEMT eoTAS BURNS ME-'UP MAKING US BRING WRITTEN EXCUSES FROM OUR WIVES! ' WELL?? VYE-S;SIR! DID VOU " IT ISJ ^&/Y yj* i XVi-fiSJ 7H' HORSE CAMg IN TWO HOURS WATCHIN LIKE TM£> TO POLAND WHAT l( l,pok what I get put pf the fish ppndi One of my favor* it§ 9ld nepHtie? that my wife boated, wd it only 99St ^ "Our '

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