Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 3, 1958 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1958
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t ... to Coach in Copptr low! l&ymfcyiifcE, AA. ,. ill* BfoS-IcS, head football tu «i;.i at the UhiVfefSity af AfkahS*S, Said ""-day M hai been Smed-td the Sdfifrhvfesf. Ail-Staf-s ifi Bowl Beef. 20 al SoUthWfesl Stars will Wb6*. STORE & Main SH. Open Every Day 'Cept Sunday iTILXMAS f SEE OUR TOYS Plenty of 99c Handbags 2.99 Sissy Blouses Girli Siiet 7 to 14 Sissy Blouse 2.49 West Virginia Continues Winning Ways 6y BiN 6LAN ' Assaeuted Press SpoHs WHtse West Virginia, the Southern Cohfdt-efice powerhouse ahd the fiatloh's tofj-ratiked team last sea» soft, has tt>oh two games 111 the ojjehiilg hvo daj-s of the college basketball season. But £0!- the second hight in sue cession, the Mountaineers have had to cohie frorn behind in the second half, They did it in defeating VMi 82*71 Tuesday night, extending conference skein lo 38 consecutive Victories, The triumph was not secured until the final two minutes, The Kbydets held a brlel lead early in the second half and after dis» sfbatittg it deadlocked the game al TO-'FO With 2;4G remaining. The Mountaineers, howevei', turned on the National All-Stars for benefit of the March of Dimes, Broyles, who guided Arkansas to a 4'6 season in his first year as head coach, said he Will 'be assist* ed by Frank Kusk, coach at Arizona State, in the Copper Bowl game. Team members for the opposing teams have not been named. their vaunted fast bfSak M the closing moments. JPivotal second-half rallies "«tre the order of the night. Wake Forest got hot.in IR6 last three minutes to treat baVidson 56-52. Virginia finished Strong m defeating William and Mary 85^74 and a driving layup by ken dOui- ler in the final five seconds en abied Tetitiessee to dowh Wyoming, 72-71. In other games, less closely contested, Illinois IHmrned fiulldi 103-79, Marquelte walloped Wis consin 76-4 1 ?, Oklahoma City beat Southern Methodist 74-51 and Javier of Ohio, last season's Na» licnal Invitation Tournament win Mer, downed John Carroll 91*71. Chuck Cotton of VlVtt gaVb West Virginia a rough tlrnc. He scored 30 points, Heralded Jerry West had 19 for the Mountaineers, who eked out a 76-67 victory over Fur man in the season opener Mon day night Wake Forest, which led most of ihe way, svas caught by DaVktsott at 50'all with three minutes to go But the Deacons tailed up their winning margin on free throws, Dave Molllngsworth had 20 points for the winners. .Illinois connected on eight of iis first 11 shots and raced to a 17-2 lead, Twice in the second half Butler pulled to within 13 points, but each lime the Illini put on the pressure to go far in front. Alcvander Hamilton and Robert Fulton are buried in the Trinity Church graveyard near New York's Wall Street financial section, '; THURSDAY'S P^mJ^S p. m. Doesn't Mother deserve a break after all that Holiday*cooking? Why not treat her to a night out this week storting with a Family Night Dinner at the Oaks? You'll be glad you did. Regular Price Family Night Fish Dinner (Fresh Water Blue Channel . . 1.25 .79 . " } /4 Fried Chicken (Pan Fried Southern Style) .85 - ..69 •Veal Cutlets (Chicken Fried) ., . .. .90 .69 Club'Steak (Especially Goqd)-.,-.:,..-. 1.49 ...98 T-Bone Steak (Juicy, Delicious)..'.,'..... 1.95 • '1.49 Sirloin Steak (Choice, Tender) 1.95 1.49 Fresh combination Salad, Hot French Fries, and Hot ~M "% Dinner Rolls served with all Steaks, Fish and Chicken dinner^ ^ k Oaks Cafe & Gift Shoppe HI WAY 67 WEST (ALWAYS OPEN) HOPE,,ARK; o IT At, H 8,M, ARKANSAS Finol Grid Rotings Leave Hope in 6th ••>• ^ . -'•& Page Fi?« the Uhofflcifll sffitl! drafhfiiort in the ASSoctfttcd PfCSS fSfikthJS of ' schoottsoy the Wildcats, who bt-oke a LlU UP Hock Cchl^ftI rrtolioijolj' nH iJlg Ninfc donfcfchcc tllits this season". took all the fit-si flneo Votes Ifi She Cent's final poll Wilh fl max- l«lilm 80 {joints. . Little Rock Mall, which Mtssrd 1 solid acclaim El boi-ado most of the scnsoH, rifificls of ils ficst defeat f-C nt IhS l-h«hkS81Vln| trnl wtltcH Smith fcllrhbtfd Into With 83 points, bdjlhit 55 points, , Cehlftil look Sccotid pined in Ihs Pfffie, but the tirt**ltes. who d Ihffd, facnl {he in the Clfiss AA Clubs nnd 13d , from Aj-kahsiis njortswHtcrs 'as dropped into fotirlh |ilaee nftsi IQucch, nn A "School, founded out Ihe top 15. Littlt fiodfe 8?nthot^. WftlcW tost its bffgrtCf la !fjiH triSfi m\*3 ft^ bt«fttfefi to the Kegiofl thwte Bioii,ih!p. Was fifth with 31 Hope, the trru>ftlen ftCStbti tiUist took stxih *ilft 30 and e was scvertlh with SO, West is. Kegtofl fwx* Stf-tham' , held eifthtfi with IS. (Hid Vnrt IJurtJii, -« cti-HUlst Iri Hg|io« Oflt', was ninth with IS, Fofffcsl Memphis. Whcft It ts \i o'blofck ftenh'tri Yeek City, it is tl o'cldek thd of the 1 foilowlnf The finest ride you've ever known ... starts with the wonders of wide-track wheels . . . acclaimed by experts ,is thejears top e>igi/tecri/>K advance! The wheels are moved out 5 inches for, the widest, steadiest stance in America—lower center' of gravity.for better grip on the road, safer cornering, smoother ride, easier' handling. PtutMf gives yav readability no narrow gauge car can o/trf ' - You've never known a car to'ride so smoothly,or handlq so surely . . . because no car was ever built like this before. And that wide, solid stance is only the beginning. Engineering's hottest'team really poured it on,to produce this one for you; There's a great new Tern- '' pest 420 engine to give you the most breath-taking performance on wheels ... or, if it's extra economy you're after, Pontiac has,-at no' PONWC MAK» ¥-« HISTORY! 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