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August 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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37, IMS DADW SAID WE XWELL.YOU GO SHOULD ASK MaUjjrPlCHT BACK IF ITS OKAY r^\ AND ASK HIM -J OF 1CU CAN CO NOW V/EVEGOT THEV FINALLY ) TO GO THRU IT SAID YES'V CALLOVFP AGAIN AT MY HOUSE rr% ME,DOC-filPLEaU9/ IPPCM UPON THE MOUNTAIN, SHOT .-.,,, ASKS THE DOCTOR. "NO, DOCTHIS TIME tM TRYING TO SA/EA MAN," RUBV. ·».i'in'.ii w*^.»Li. I I I BETTEC HAVE HIAA \ _. CLIMB IT AGAIM RIGHT ) ¥ AWAY BEFORE HE / ^f DEVELOPS A ^/ ·* FEAP OF IT.' Mffl* mi MffiffCAN MJUD KfKOMPWASlOCffTfD. HURRY LJpf\ . . . . . _ . · I'AA / / TOOTS; THIS CUKlOUSiy I IS HISTORY! fFvT ..WITH 15O.OOO AIR DEFENSE StCV 1WMCHERS IN THIRTY eTATES.WElL BE GETTING »0».i».M*M euzriwt in' THASS BOCOZ MO MATTCU WUT) THRY l» YORC THEY DOES, nCLOViSYO'. DON'T LOSE ( 6UT THET BOY BATIENT THOLKSH ) D-OOCS «' HE BE, THAR* ( KNOW WHUT ONR INSULT HE CAINT WKE. 1 ? MMCHMUMf t YASV). (-OH BUT; AH Hutnrr) TELLYOW- YD'LLFIND OUT; Revamped Porker Band To Perform This Year; Uniform Change To Bring "Maturity" The people of Arkansas and tht Southwest can expect a revamped;' completely · new Kazorback Band. Tht school hat purchased new uniforms for the band, which differ from tht present "dress redt" In style and color. A more "mature" band in appearance it indicated, Director E. J. Marty be- lievts. The new dreu will mark, the marching musicians at one of the bert-dreued organizations /in the Southwest. · --. i Marty says the itclsion to obtain new- uniform! wai hastened by the deterioration of the present clothing from hard use. He'point- ed out, alio, that there it difficulty in altering the West Point ityle to fit succeeding bandsmen from year to year. " ' i ( The new uniform'will assure proper fit from year to year with a minimum of alteration and expense, and will provide a smart, mature appearance of the bandsmen a individuals as well as in band formations, Marty said in discussing the changes. A lighter weight material for more comfort in the fall heat is used, and accessories make the uniform several uniforms in one. Marty says the new outfits will make the players "want to sound %s well as they look." The director describes the new acquisitions: · Style--Navy officers' dress uniform with cap designed from Germah army officers.' cap, with extremely high front and short- cropped visor. Colors--Basic uniform is midnight blue, with cardinal red and white piping and soutache braid on shoulder tabs. Buttons are chromium plated. Accessories -- To be worn op- cap cover, rain cap cover, white feather jj.uir.e, s.huu.tier K..~tr, citation cords, pocket handkerchief,reversible short cape in' cardinal red reversed to white in Skinners satin! White web belt with "chrome buckle, white nylon gloves, white spats. The white ^ress shirt and black shoes are supplied by the bandsmen. Marty says it has been 'estimated that the basic uniform, when worn with all accessories in various combinations, can produce more than 50 different uniforms. A "basic 12" series of combinations has been Worked out. Weather Protection Needed I Two items of importance still remain oh the agenda for the future regarding the outfitting (/( the band: Rain apparel'and protective covering for the more delicate instruments when it is found necessary-to use them in bad weather. It has been decided that under the climatic conditions that th'e\b^nds most generally operate, cold weather is of minor consideration. The Razorback Band has been most, fortunate in having for the September M opener la Little Rock. · · It is expected that tht Razor-. back Band will have between Mand 100 members. It has been Marty's ambition'to organize a "Marching Hundred" for the use at all athletic and parade functions, but he -will not achieve his goal at the expense of-quality. A- great many freshmen'and trans" fcrs have been interviewed and auditioned this summer for en-trance into the marching band. Prospects look extremely good, says Marty, despite the loss of many fine seniors last spring at graduation. The Courts Chancery Court Vivian Pearcy vs. Carl Pearcy: Decree of divorce to' plaintiff. . Madge Pyeatte vs. Howard M. Pyeatte: Decree of divorce to plaintiff, awarding custody of minor children of parties to plaintiff. Levi Tosh vs Evelyn Tosh: De- been rained out of only one game cree ,,, djvorw to plainti , f , plain . since Marty took over m 1948 But ti( , iven custody o , minor chu . it is generally conceded that tins drensof tert , ,, _ · t^^^ sjttf sift** OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williqmi CUTA FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES, OUTA - AN',. I WSSD OIL IN THIS HERE LANTERMTO PO SOME CHORES.' I'LL OILV TAKE A LITTLE OUT OF EACH CAN/ WELL.,WE'VE GOT SUPPER ON TH 1 TABLE .'GET SOME OUT OF TH' CAWS UNPER MY BEP LEGS AMP DON'T WAIT TILL I'M M SEP ASLEEP.' THE AMT CHEATERS _ luck cannot hold 1 out. A great many persins do remember the fiasco that occurred OB the trip to . Memphis.-in 1947, when the pres- {ent set of dress unforms was new. The uniforms received' such a soaking that they never did recover from it. Therefore a set _of matching trench-coats is a great need on the part -of the band--a coat which is light in weight, and weather-repellent. At present the new set of uniforms includes a rain cover for the cap only. Such instruments as drums and flutes, clarinets, and saxophones are easily damaged and possibly ruined by rain. Protective plastic covers are available now which makes it possible for the instruments to be covered even, while being played. . Those persons who are familiar with marching bands know that a uniform style reflects a style of, marching and vice versa, Marty says. While a uniform does not necessarily make a band.i still it is a great contributing factor. In selecting this type of uniform which' utilizes a dark basic background with white' accessories, Marty has committed-his band to a style of marching and maneuvering which will emphasize the hands and feet in large, sweeping motions. iVhite spats on black shoes under dark trousers are eye- catchers. White gloves also attract the eye. Therefore, whether the hand-and-foot motions are good or bad, they will be emphasized. Herein lies the heart of precision marching. New Marching Style Spectators may expect a new style of marching this fall, utilizing the above-mentioned aspects of the uniform to best advantage. This presents a real 1 problem to Marty, the director, as well as to his drum major, Tom Gray of Harrison, and his newly- appointed drill nwter, Bob Grtff'n, of Fort Smith, a'l well as to the entire band. For the first time since before World .War II, this style of maneuvering and precision marching will be used. None of the bandsmen, whether they be sca- urs or incoming freshmen, will bi /Bmiliar. with it. A "platoon-system", of drilling will be initiated, with platoon-leaders drilling their respective groups. . Drills and reheafsals will begin on September 10, and will be held twice daily until the opening of school on the 18th, in preparation IS AN ESSENTIM. PMtTOF EVERV SHIP CONSTRUCTION CftEW AMONG THE KHfAERS OFCAMBOWA/ net raw m aow HB«U f*u- /Wi£FP AMO-SIHK IF /TWCCCAWT iw^w-ua»j of Okehamplun,England LOST # 85O.OOO ON H« TURN OF A SINGLE CARD.' HE WAS ELECTED JD/W/MfiVT # HIS N3GHBOKS BECAUSE THEY FELTSOBW FOR HIM LAFF-A-DAY "He's Uwlr ·ftot" The-Newest In Casuals By Sue Burnett Flattery for the more mature woman in a new-looking casual dress that Is softened with scallops on collar, and front closing. If you like, sleeves can be finished in the same manner. Pattern No. 8720 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, 4VJ yards of 35-inch. Tor this paturn, MIX) Me for BACH, In COINS, your namt, address, (ties dnlred, and the PAT. TERN NUMPIH to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Av«. Americas, New York M, N. Y. Ready for you now -- Basle FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for smart, practical Mwlni Mess for a new tetton; gift pattern printed InsM* th« took, U* | Maudie Bertha Gr*y vs Joseph Grey: Decree of divorce to plate- tiff. Today's Market 1 -- Si. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, Ill.-m- (USDA)-Hogs 7,500; slow; weights 190 Ibs up mostly 29 to 40 lower than Tuesday's average; some later 50 off; 180 Ibs down 50 to 1.00 lower; some weak to 50 lower; mostly 25 off; bulk choice 190230 Ibs 21.00-10; largetf 21.00 with few later 20.75-85; 240-270 Ibs mostly 20.00-8$;'-'280-300 Ibs 19.25-50; 170-180 Ibs 19.25-20.00; 150-170 Ibs 17.25-19.$t); 120-140 Ibs 14.25-16.50; sows 400 Ibs down 16.50-17.25; heavier sows 14.5018.25; boars 11.50-15.00. " Cattle 3.000, calves 800; generally bidding unevenly lower on steers, heifers and cows with very little done;, early sales included choice yearling steers at 31.00-32.50; 'good quality replacement steers 26.00-27.25; bulls and vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 19.00-23.50; cutter bulls 15.50-18.00; good and choice vealers 28.00-33.00; sorted prime to 35.00; utility and commercial vealers 22.00-27.00., 'Sheep 1,500; spring lambs not established; slaughter ewes unchanged; cull to good grade 4.506.50. On le Radio New York-(;p)-Listening tonight: NBC--6:45, One Man's i Family; 7:30, The Great Gildersleeve; 8, Groucho Marx. CBS--7, Hearthstone of Death, Squad; 7:30, Dr. Christian; 8,. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. ABC-^S:15, Elmer Davis; /7,Postmark, USA; 8, Mr. President. MBS--8:30, Gabriel Heatter; 7, Music for Half Hour; 7:30, Great Day Show. WEDNESDAY 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tinw 6:30 Mew 6:45 Ozark Sperm Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heater : 7:30 Rythmtc Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 BASEBALL Chicago Cubs Vs. St. Louis Cardinals 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TBWtSDAT MOKNUfO 5:30 Rise N'Shint 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weattur 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News · 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapen 8:00 Robert Hurlelgh--II 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition J:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 1:25 News llAo Chrrch of Chrtit 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets TBiniSDAT ArmtNOON 12:00 Jordanaires 11:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jambora* 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sag* 1:00 BASEBALL Brooklyn Dodien V»f Chiof o Cubi 1:00 Swing Session I;4S Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:00 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:N Tun* Pkk'n Tim* 5:00 Tht Merry Mailman J:» Songs of tin l-Bar-B 1:50 Newi

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