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i HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS .Monday, August 23, 1954 SSIFIED publication „ ___._. or skip* .„ tok« th* brte-doy rote, classified advertising copy d, until S,'P. m. for fallowing tdoy.. .. ..„,,»«,•*. reserv* the rlflht M twniiau all tidveftlsememj of-*•-' oubiitifion ond ta reject Ifonabla ddverttslhg sub' .iHltWli 1 H, 6ne of m>t» , \ot, Heutes such as house or " u -JfflbeM count oi ons word. VHB Star will not be'respon- efrets In Want Ads unless >•- tolled ' to our attention „." insertion-of od and then v^w.-.^.'->he ONE Incorrect Insertion. »tfONEt PROSPECT 7-3431 6* Hoo.jm) Preii 1917 tConiolldoted January 18, 1>2» /'weekday oftefnoon by Jr. E. ,Palmer, Proildent iivii* t Ht r iTflthbu^rtj Socy*TfM» I'^ASTMt Star Bulldlna Situth* Woltiut 4 Street ;;TH. .Woihbutn, Editor & PubllilMr J ! 'H; Jones, Managing Editor *M. Davli,:ArfvertliIna Manager rge 'W, Hoimcf, .Mech. Supt. Entered -o$\koebnd moftor.'.at f Po« Offjee :ot Hope, Arkansas, 'yJ^AftfoyMorch 3 t ^»97> - »nili«r<of the Audit; Bureau of f ion .Rates (payable 'In. od- , ler'ln Hope and nelohborlng A towns— , ' ri ,i ...... :,...... ............... „.. .25 TAyeo& .'../.n.....,..i'. ......... , ....... .. 1 3.00 By -'mall -In ' Hempstead, Nevada, Fayetfe, Howard/ and Miller coun- ~~$t},i ^ ' i i rionth' 1 ,. ........ .-. ........................ , .85 : months.,...?:?.,..., ........ :. ...... 1.60 ; months ' ..... ............................. 2,60 , ................................ 4,50 1,10 Bhths" J.'. „.,... 3,25 (hi&',..! ,*.' 6.50 .rf.,^.^.....,!,',:.,,...* .'.. 13.00..,,,-,.- , AiyertlshiB "Representatives Ark'orisasf. Dallies; .|nc':; 1602 Sterick i)do?^Mejiil}Ws'2,';T?na; 505 Texas' lank'-Bldg.,^Dallas 2c'-Texas; 360 N.., '*>--••< -•- >- • 1,'|ll.; 60 E.' vTl f te Detroit 2, Mich.; Oklahomaj-.-.City 2, )*', >• . V The Assbelated Press; ,, T ^pre?s Is'entitled ex,_ the; use for republicatlon j lotal news printed In this ; *„ as 'Well as all AP news SjfcjfV.M Ix _•* 1 Singer „ 1 machines Supply Co, 7-2381 ' 6 rfaysach week ' %£A T jA Operators . ; . I' ji Hoelsoher, Wo4el James 7^1 T ™ r i~*v - iv p« *»lf MSft^^? n :" *A*^rv»*^ A *; TOP'S P«mplet» Re, •*; " fiseeptional values^Is „ USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS GANGES S"ully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply NICE grdcery store and fixtures. Gbod busirtess on Highway 07. If interested Call 7-2723. room furniture, 1 bedrdotn suite, 1 oversize Hollywood bed, i chfohie dinette suite, electric range and refrigerator. Call 7-4580. 18-4t Hardware Co. Stock and Fixtures . See W. C. Gentry, 119 South Walnut St., Hope, Ark. 21-lt 367 ACRES, good pasture land. Good fence and Plenty of water. W, C, Gentry, 119 South Walnut St, ( Hope, Ark. 21-H 44 ACRE farm, 7 room modern iouse, Ample water supply. Slock- ed or .imslockcd. Total price $11,000. $3,000 down, balance In payments of $800 per year at 5% interest. Oren L. Harris, Hope, Rt. 1. ' 2'l-3t vacant, remodeled five room house with bath, adj'acent to Up-town district. Ifor particulars, call Foster Realty Co. Pr-7-4691. 23-3t Notice PEOPLE. $5.00; all refrigerated air, Innursprings, foam pillows. C. E. Boley "all new court." Trailer, $1.00. References, Citizens And National Bank. A-14-'m UNITED > FARM AGENCY Local Office Moved to ' THE OAKS TOURIST COURT Effective August 19 WE NEED FARMS TO SELL Frank. C. DuShane of R. C. May Licensed & Bonded to give a Square Deal to All. 17-Ct Coal output of Hungard in 1953 ,vas about 21 million tons — three week's' U S. production. Tru-Tone CAR RADIO 5 Tube Radio , $44.95 Western Auto Associate Store ii ii New Fall Line Just Arrived See The Newest In Mens Wear As Low as $54.60 Tom Ward laws Main Street Tailor Shop CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl Small Enough to Know Youl Philco Air-Conditioners One of Arkansas' Most Complete TV Repair Shops ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7-2629 114 S. Elm H. E. Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S 'USED FURNITURE CO, ' Edge of City Limits West 60 Gallon Water Barrels for Sale Phone 7-4381 Hope, Ark, CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef put and wrapped for deep freeze. Peef for Deep Freeze 26 tp $5 cents, Ralph Montgomery MM. f hone 7-3361 MATTRESSES Rebuilt pr Made Into Irmereprlng Work Guaranteed w—f On* Pay Servlpt **•><• frAVIS Fiirnltwrt 6 Mottroii Co, !W », mm Street Phorw 7-921? CROWN WESTERN SHARES aw •vslUblf ASMY SURPLUS ,./ l Book5 • New and ,ed Clothing f - I3un§ * Tops f 695 Cans t t Sunk B«d§ • c jtfms. REA I41W. yis For Rant FtttJft WoM / house, electricity, |8s, Near city limits. Old highway 67 East. Ph. 7-2243, 18-et house. Vacant September 1st. Wade Warren, Phone 7-2547 or 7-2065. 18-61 JN5*URNiSHED 6 room, house, garage, vacant Aug. -24th. Convenient 0 grocery, churches, and school Photic Pr. 7-3378. 18-01 UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment, private bath. Convenient to . churches, school, Phone Pr. .7-3578. 18-Gt *tt2W Duplex. Each 'three rooms With bath. Convenient to shopping center, churches and business district. Phone 7-2285 for showing. lD-3t with board, cooking at its best. Clean, quiet, comfortable rooms with innersprings and attic Ventilation. Hotel Snyker. 20-3t UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable.' 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3090? 20-01 FURNISHED apartment. Apply Midcilebrooks Grocery. Phone 7-3791. ' 2l-3t ROOM cottage, bath, water, lights, good condition, on highway close in. Phone 7-2071. 21-3t 'URNISHED home apply Middlebrooks Grocery. Phone 7-3791. 23-31 'URNIJ3HED 2 room apartment, private entrance, electric refrigerator, and washing machine, Utilities paid. Phone 7-3193. 23-31 UNFURNISHED rooms. Private bath. $30.00, utilities paid. 222 N. La. St. Phone 7-5583. .... 23-3t Salesman Wanted 'ine Bluff Merct. Company wants salesman and collector lor established route. Car necessary. Good Commission. If interested see T. G. Anderson at The Oaks, Cabin No. 5 between Monday and Thursday after 7 p.m. > 19-3t SALESMAN . $12,000 .YEARLY POTENTIAL A GENUINE OPPORTUNITY AGE 28 - 38 SALARY of $86.00 per week in- Muding salary and hotel allowances during training with liberal profit sharing commission arrangement upon commencement on territory. An expanded sales program supported by extensive advertising and field sales regional director assistance offers excellent opportunities for alert, aggres- .sive, qualified man. Three weeks of .thorough training in Chicago learning to sell China, Glassware, Sjlver^rare.'^lCilchen Utensijs and ;Equiptnrent,'.' Furnkure: y ;and ; .;Furnishings, Linens, Paper Goods, Janitor Supplies to Hotels, Restaurants, Hospitals, Clubs and Institutions. 'Territory now available consists of Hope, Texarka'na, Fort Smith, Eureka Springs, Rus 7 selville; Pine Bluff, El Dorado area. • *'.' Current model car required or we help finance one. Write full particulars to: Phillip J. Green . Soles Personnel Director EDWARD DON &.. COMPANY 2201 S. La Salle St. Chicago. IG.Illinois. 1 ' 23-lt Lost BLACK ,and Tail hound With chain, last Wednesday. Name on collar is Frank Strother, Portland, No- iffy, Albert Hodges, Emmet. Ark. 23-6t Wonted To. Rent- HOUSE, contact Jess Pendegraft from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m, Telephone 7-3711. 17-tf Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and inneif- spring work Cobb Mattress Cd. 316 South Washington. Phone '7-2622. • ' '"'•'""--^ Mar, 4-tf Funeral Directors OAKCREST , FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . >; 'AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL ... PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS " BURIAL ASSOCIATION , Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas, Call 7-5505 for our agents I A23-1 Mo. The Negro Community 1 By Helen Turner •' Phone 7-5830 , Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home i;. Male Help Wanted Home Demonstration and i. Farmers Association Group \ Make Second Annual Out Of County Tour Thursday, August 19, will long'-be remembered as an eventful day for members of the Hempstead Coun-' ty Council of Home Demonstration Clubs and Farmers Association groups. The Second Annual out-of-county tour was made. Last year the first annual tour was made by the'Home Demonstration group to Texarkana) This year, it was decided to be a joint affair with a trip to Narrows Dam. ' Members of the New Hope, Mars Hill, Douglas, Columbus, Macedonia, and Washington Club Groups gathered Thursday morning with picnic lunches and fishing tackle eh route to Narrows Dam, accomf- panied by their agent, Mrs. F. S> Smith. Afterv reaching Narrow's Dam, the group had to sightsee for a while and the fishermen began their : . task. Mrs. Georgia Witheiy spoon topped them all with nine (9) small fry. Pictures were madel Everyone enjoyed a delicious pic? nic .lunch after which .watermelon^ from the -Liaws^on .farm ;\vere provided for the gi v bup'«by'Mr l . William Lawson of the New Hope comrmit- nity. ..-•-••:• . This was quite an enjoyable affair and everyone returned .in the late afternoon fatigued but happy 1 . Mrs. Arietta Scott,; president, Mrs, Mary G. Reggans, secretary. .^ The senior choir of BeeBee Memorial CM!E Church will rehearse Thursday night, August 26, at 7:B.O p. m. -•• -•-••, . '.•£•; Pony League to Play Texas Team Tuesday Hope's Pony League All-Stars runnerup in the State of Arkansas, will play the runnerup from Texas at 8 o'clock Tuesday night at Fair park, it was announced today. No admission will be charged but a polio emergency fund collection. will be taken, according to Attdy Andrews, County chairman, Seixas, Trabert Doubles to Beat BROOKL1NE, Mass., I/PI —Vic Seises and Tony Trabert are preparing for the singles champion ships at forest Hills secure in the knowledge they're still the doubles team to beat in the tennis world. Seixas, the scrappy, coiirt-wise Philadelphia!!, and Traberl, the "big game" specialist from Gin cinnati, playing together; for the first time since Wimbledon, de- ffeated -Australia's Lew Hoad and Ken RoseWall 1-6 6-6 3-6 6-3 in (he finals Of the National Doubles Tournament. Ptihy League Title Goes to First Nail Jimmy Martin shutout the Basket Factory boys while his teammates were picking up nine runs as the First Nat'l Bank team won the final playoff game to win the City Championship in Pony • League play. These teams were all tied .up at one game each in the playoff series with the Basket Factory taking the first and the Bank team winning the second. The Basket Team was very .ably managed throughout the season by J<je Patterson while Johnny. Lingo took over the managing chores for the'First Nat'l Bank the. latter part of the season and turned in a creditable job. Rosters include: . Basket Factory, David -Watkins, Tommy Polk, Robert Story, Wayne Bailey, D. Q. Tollett, Jimmy Porterfield, Jerry McPherson, Jerry Thurman, Dean Holder, Bill Tooley Jerry McCorkle and J. B. Henry. First Nat'l Jimmy Martin. Billy Hairr, Al Eubanks, Perry Purtle, Bobby Wilson, Frankie Webb, Howard Wright, Collins, Barry Hill, Jimmy Allen, James Fowler, Frank Carver, and Flowers. Conn. Ohiqn won then fourth straight title Gdr, ddr, over Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif, and Mrs. Margaret Osborne dii Point of Wilmington Dem. Hoad's 'dazing set-ice.' and net game and Rosewull's placements allowed the Australians .. to run through the first set and hint at a rout of the Americans. Then Vic and Tony stormed back to domin ate play the rest of the match. The senior arid junior choirs rof Garrett Chapel Church will r.e-, hearse Tuesday night, August 24, at 7:30 p. m. ';! OVERSEAS Jobs, High pay, South America, Alaska, Europe. Travel paid. Self-addressed, stamped envelope brings details. 1 Dept. 33-B Eastland Company, Box 1406, Los Angeles 28, California. 23-lt 'The. senior choir of Lohoke Bap- itist Church will rehearse Tuesday night, August 24,' at 7:30 p. m. ?? . Choir No. 2-of Bethel AME Church : will rehearse Tuesday night, August 24, at 7:30 p. m. J FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEE JORDON'S BODY SHOP 500 S. Walnut Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd &• Shovet Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special, Bring your wqtch in Keith's Jewelry Fpr Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co, Magnolia, Ark. 882, §89 & 1140-R Bee -T- Mite iiftJe ond Termite Control Service 1 1 " and Operared by ( Arkpnsp? _ Phone 7-3445 109$, Main AJI ^'FH^JV ^v*%T'r^^ t""''"^v"s "AM-Wxtei ;,;*&M'^. '4w'.s4*a-Sft Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur Nash of Pine Bluff are visiting Mr. Nash's father, W, M. Nash, and other relatives. • ,-, V Funeral services for Mrs. Mjat- tie Shaw were held Wednesday August 23, at Garrett Chapel Baptist Church with burial in Cave IftU Cemetery. : Mrs. Bell Johnson will open Kindergarten Wednesday. September 15. Rales are 50c per person, Miss Doris Douglas of Chicago, 111., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F, L. Douglas, and other relatives. Mrs. Idella Walker of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting relatives and friends in the City. . ; Charles F. Smith, son of Mrs, Emma Cooper is visiting relatives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mrs..Emma R. Burrell has re turned to her home in Little Rock after a brief visit with Mrs. Sanders, and friends. Mr. and Mrs.. Booker Thorns have returned to their home in Chicago, 111., after spending several days Visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs F, L. Douglas and Mrs. Lanie Thorns. • , •' C. A. Cooper of Yuma, Aria,, is visiting relatives and friends in the City, Miss Validean ) McFadden of Detroit, Mich., is visiting her fatheij Jessie McFadden and other relatives. COTTON El Dorado •reenville Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hot Springs STATES LEAGUE. W L. Pctr'Gl 76 33 .667 76 39 .661 % S2 6i .448 25 46 ,68 .393 30 33 82 .287 Yesterday's Results Mer/diarii.'S, Hot Springs 0 E'lj-pprad'o'^,' Pino Bluft 4 'Greenville:',6, Monroe 1 •Y. Today's Games Hot Springs 'at Meridian Monroe at Greenville 'Pine Bluff at El"Dorado SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleans Atlanta*Birmingham Memphis Chattanooga Little Rock Mobile Nashville ' W L Pet. GB 84 53 .61 32 56 ,595 2'/. 73 60 .549 9 63 08 .500 15 66 68 .493 16% 57 . 79 .419 57 80 .416 27 50 79 .415 27 Yesterday's Results Atlanta 8, Mobile : 2 'Memphis 3, Chattbnooga 4-0 . Little Rock 13-4, Nashville 10-3 Birmingham 0, New Orleans 0 (lights failed in 7th inning) Today's Games •Nashville at Little Rock Chattanoga at Memphis Atlanta at Mobile (Only games scheduled) NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn MiUvauke Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W L 73 44 73 49 63 51 58 61 59 C4 58 63 48 74 44 73 Pet. GB .633 .595 4 .571 7'/a .487 11 .480 18'/ 2 .478 10','2 .393 23 .361 33 Yesterday's Results Milwaukee 12, Chicago 6 St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 7 Philadelphia 6-0, Brooklyn 2-0 New York 5-5, Pittsburgh 4-3 Today's Games Cincinatti at Milwaukee (Only game scheduled) AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New 'York Chicago Detrpit ...-<, -.. Boston/ '\ f >j' Washmg.toh . Philadelp.hiiv Baltimore ' '\ W L 88 34 H340 80 rt 51 6ii 03 67 49 69 40 79 39 48 Pet. GB .721 .675 5','s .640 9 1 /.443 34 .442 34 .415 37 .330 46 .317 29'/> Tom Hannah left last week for Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he wjll make his home , The file fish has a skin thst resembles The human eye weighs Stew)! a el M Yesterday's Results Boston 8, New York 2 Detroit 7, Chicago -I Cleyejand j2 4 Baltimore 1 Philadelphia 3-4, Washington 2-4 Today's Games Washington ? t PhiladeljJhia (2) (Only gamfS schpduled) Sy The Asioclated press A.S§ppiATI9N 5; Indianapolis 1 Louisville 19; M.Jnneapolls p Kansas City 12-2; Charleston 34 Toledo 7; St. J>a.i4 6 Shreveport 17, pesumont 5, For!; Wpvth I 3; Houston 2 Citizens Bank Boys Take League Title The Citizens Bank team, defending Big League Champions', dropped the Star boys three in a row to take the Big League Championship for the second straight year. The Bank team .under the tutelage of Earl Martin won the fiJst round of play while the Star boys, under Mgr. Norbin .Stark looked good i.r. winning the final round. But In the women's final defending I the Bank team was red hot in the champions Doris Hart of Coral'Pl°y° K series and again proved too jablesn Flamn and Shirley Fry of much for the rest of the League. Sports in Brief By Urtited Press SATURDAY SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. Y.. (UP) — Alfred Vanderbilt's Social outcast won the $53.300 WhitWy Handical while Belair .Stud 1 ? Na<?h it a won the $27.800 Grand Union Hotel Stakes for two-year-old. Indians Pull 2 Games Up onYqnkees BY ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer , While the American League in general and New York Yankees in particular waits breathlessly for the Cleveland Indians repee to collapse, the Tribe blithely ignores the somber warnings of their enemies. Al Lopez's remarkable Redskins were 5'/ 2 games *n front of the Yanks today and showing no signs of tapering off in their war on the rest of the league. In fact, the Yank' only chance of winning their sixth straight pennant now is a Cleveland collapse. The Tribe whipped Baltimore yesterday 12-1 while Red Sox were putting the Boston tho crusher pressed in both rounds by the Lile- Both of these teams were hard Murphy team, this team being nosed out in both rounds in the last week of play. Hope Needs 10 Innings to Beat Curtis The Hope Legionnaires needed an extra inning aS they downed the Gurclon Curtiss Millers 6-5 in a exhibition game at Legion Park. Saturday night on Casey Stengel's outfit 8-2. ' Elsewhere in the American League, Detroit halted Chicago The White Sox are out of it 7-4, and the Philadelphia A'3 defeated Washington 3-2 in the first game of a scheduled double-header. Ths second was called after nine 'innings because of the Sunday curfew with tne score tied 4-4. In the National League, the Now York Giants cemented their claim to the pennant by gaining two games on the Brooklyn Dodgers. They -swept a double-header from the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 and 5-3 while the Philadelphia Phillies were crushing the Brooks twice, 6-2 and 6-0. The Milwaukee Braves, 7!£ games off the pace, blasted Chicago 12-6 and the St. Louis Cardinals outlasted the Cincinnati' Red- legs 9-7. The Tribe slapped out 20 hits While Early Wynn held the Balti more club to three in his seven innings on the mound. After that Lopez sent in the scrubs. The Yanks could do nothing right. Only ancient Erics Slaughter was impressive Ted Williams knocked in the first four Sox runs with a homer and a double. That was all 'Frank Sullivan needed to hang up .his llth victory and give Boston a sweep of thr; thre-game weekend series. .Harry Byrd was the victim. Detroit jumped on Billy Pierce for four runs/in the first two innings and the''White Sox never did get back in'the game. The Pirates knocked both the Giants' ace pitchers Johnny An tonelli and Sal Maglie, out of the box before losing. The Giants had to score twice in the ningh to win the first game. A pinch single by Billy Taylor drove in the wining run after three straight passes and an error, forced in the tying mark- r- , >i . In the nightcap, the Pirates chas ed Maglie in tre fifth and from there on in, a brilliant relief job by Hoyt Wilhelm hold them in check. He didn't yield a hit in the 4-3 innings he toiled. The Giants now have a bulge of four games over the Dodgers. Bobby Thomson returned to full- time duty with Milwaukee and promptly belted a two-run home run. Brave home run slugger Eddie Mathews left the ga.ne after lie was hit on the finger. There was no fracture. He'll be ovfl only a few days. . St. Louis' victory over Cincinati dropped the Redlegs to fifth place Stan Musial had a pair of doubles in the 13-hit Card attack oh five Red pitchers Al Brazle was the winner. A, single by Reeder Huddles-ton produced the run after Bob White had singled and advanced to second on a fielder's choice. The Legionnaires tallied first in the second as they picked up one run on a walk, and singles by Nix and Boyett. They came right back in the getting two more runs on a double by Huddlcston, an error, and a triple by Johnson. Gurdon tied the game up in the sixth as they picked up three runs on as many hits. Their other two runs came in the seventh on three hits. Hope picked up their other two runs, getting single runs in the sixth and eighth innings. Edsil Nix, winning pitcher, gave up 5 runs on 9 hits, walked 1 and fanned 3, StifVier, loser,.gave «p 6 runs on 14 hits, fanned 5 while walking 6. CHICAGO, (UP)— Errard Kin with Samr.iy Boiilmetig riding cap tured the S115.250 American Derby at Washington Park. High Gun was second and Hasty Hoarl third. ard f.wp LONDON, (UP)^Harvic W Jr., San Francisco, beat Bill C bell, HunUngton, W. Va., ,5 and 4, in the final of the. Canadian Ama teur Golf championships. CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.. (UP) —Australia's Lewis Hcful and Ken nelh Roscwald defeated William Talbcrt of New YOI-K. and Hamil ton Richardson of Baton Rouge, La., to move into the final of tho National Tennis Donubo champion ships. In the other semi-final gar0s Tony Trabert of Cincinati and Victor Seixas of Philadelphia down ed Rex Hartwig and .Ncale Frascr' of Australia. BERNE. Switzerland, (UP) — The International Arnalour AthJet tics Federation recognized 29 world records including John Landy'3 3:58 mile and Bud KoT.3 8.41 met ers (263 feet, 10 inches) javelin throw. .* SUNDAY SARATOGA Sprins (UP) Native Dancer, winner of 21 of 22 races, was retired from compnti tion. Alfred Vanderbi.lt announced his retirement was due to a re currencc of a recent foot ailment. Eagles Get Nod in Game Saturday F LITTLE .ROCK (/PI Professional football returns to Arkansas Satur day night for its sixth annual one night stand. The Philadelphia fingles, \vho have played in all the pro games in Arkansas-, will face the Arkan sas studded Chicago Begrs in Rock's War Memorial Stadium. Th,e E^gle-fprmer team of Arkansas' Clyde Scptt and former coach Otis Douglas-^ stan4 $s the favprite^ in the clash, pn the basis pf last year's performances seven g!jm,es, the Eagle finished second to the eastern Hope AB Gunter W ...5 Boyett 3 White 5 Beasley 6 Huddleston 6 Johnson 5 Thomas 5 Gunter B 3 Nix .5 Totals ..:..: 43 Gurdon AB Carter ....5 Shaver i 5 "Byant .-}H .'.:.T.'5 : " '•' • Hatchet : . 4 OtwelL Bittle '.. 'Stiff ner Bratton Dugan Koen .... Totals .... ...........3 2 5 5 4 3 .........41 R 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 6 R 0 1 • 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 H 0 1 5 2 2 1 2 0 I 14 H 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 9 Some experts think Turkish resources are capable of supporting twice its 21 million people. More male aclves and pigs are born dead than females and tied one closing the season with a 4227 victory over the Cleveland Browns. On the other hnnd, the Bears were loaded with inexperienced pros and'they wound up the season withonly three triumphs. They lost four and tied one. Probably the main attraction for this year's game i's the quintet of Arkansas players on the Chicago roster. Four of the Bears played their football for the University of Ar kansas. They are End then a full back John Hoffman and Tackle Fred Williams of Littlo Rock, Leon Musclest Campbell of Bauxite and tackle Tommy Garlington of El Dorado, The fifth Arkansas on the Chicago roster is John McKayo Dottley of McGehee, who played his college football at lha Univer sity of Mississippi, where he made several All-America teams.' ! CHESTNUT .HILL, Mass., (UP) Vic Seixns of Philadelphia, and Tony Trabert. of Cincinnati, dofeatlf cd Australia's Lew Hoad and flg n l' Rosewall to give America it's m'stl National Men's Tennis Doublesl championship since 194G. Doi'isl Hart, Coral Gables, Fin., and Shirl ley Fry, Akron, O., wen tl.eu j fourth straight women's title beat ing Louise Brough. Beverly Hills, Calif.," and. Margaret Osborne Du pont, Wilmington, Del. LAVAL-SUR-LE-LAC, Que., (UP) —Peter Thomson'of Australia the Australian team to win Canada Cup golf matches with a six under par 66. Fort Smith Team n .WICHITA M p!r\V. tonms that ran into hard luck it}', tjieir opening games in the; Natidnal Non- Pro Baseball Tournament meet tonight in,i..,th.e feature jeontest of a threc-garrie schedule Nellls, I-iev;, Air Force Base plays the Council Govo, Kan., Indians, with the losing team eliminated 'from the 32-team tourney Each team has: lost one game^Jfc Duncan, ; Okla., edgerl Council Grove 4-3 last nigrt. Council Grove held a 3-1 lead going into the last of the ninth. Then the Oklahomans who had been able to get only one man : on base since the first inning tallied three runs. Nellis lost last Friday the opening Anight ; of three week double- elimination meet—to the Wichita Boeing Bombers. The Air Force oboeing Bombers. Tha Air club had the misfortune of opposing Pitcher. Ken Hemphjll. hurled 'a no-hitter to give Wichila a 4-0 'victory. In other games yesterday the San Diego, Calif., Marines edged South Ft. Smith, Ark.,' P-8; the Chicago, 111., Kolski trounced Boners Ferry, Idaho, 9-1; Goodland, . Kan., beat .Hayes Center, Neb., 10-0; Holden, Mo., defeated Amarillo, Tex., 6-2, and the Springfield, Mo., Generals blanked IYSW London, Con.n., 2-0. Tonights schedule: 5: §4 — Milwaukee Highways v Va'hceburg, Ky. 8 — -Richmond, Va., Glendales vs. Columbia Montsanto Chemicals., 1 csl 1 10— .Cpuijcil GIMVC. vs Nellis. SPORTS ROUNDUP 6 QAYLK TALBOT. NEW YORK, W)—Tho thought ot 20 will,, of covirso, depict the carer sitting through a documentor? film based on the life and limes of Pee Wee Reese the Dpdger shortstop and captain, was not' an overwhelmingly favorable one. if the truth must be told. Wo .figured that, having known tl\e Little Colonel for some 14 years and ad^ mired his play all that time, there was no crying need of a refresher course. . But we went along to a private showing, along with Pee Wee's wife and mother and young daughter, and are glad that we djd. The idea of putting the intimate lives of our diamond heroes on film, with authentic background material expe-rtly woven in. is surprisingly effective, as millions of sports fans are duo to discover for themselves beginning next spring. ' This first one, titled "And .This Is Pee Wee Rees,e" first , be completed of 2.6 similar short subjects whigh ha.v« peen, in the wrpcess o| production {pr A yea.r an,4 % h,etf. They w}U fee seen, f.\ the nation's television screens as from bpyhpod of a different star. The.:'.producer Emerson Yorke, obvioij.sjy lia.s: sunk a great deal of mo:npy into tha project. Over 40.00Q.; iept-of film, we believe he said, Already is in the can. But if what'we, saw is a fair sample Yorke 'claims they get bettei they go along) he doesn't need to worry about getting his money back, '\yould-be sponsors, he says, are pvactigjilly fightmg each other hand-to-hand. "This is tho first lime," Yorke said, "that an honest attempt has been made to bring tho ballplayer into the'nation's homes, to show him as tho human bciag he is, how he came to be what he is. It is the first ftl" 1 that has been oftic'Jlly sanctioned by Commissioner Ford Er|ck. I haven't permitted a club publicity m^n to be present at any interview I've liad with the play ers. "My agreement with them that they tell me everything they can about their Jives up to npw, and that J can use any part of J wish to, within reason. You liad §§ toe seizes fWft along Ita.likfl- niif VAVV _1U»la U ™. MotttJhy, August 23* 19S4 dIAR* IKI SCIENTISTS SAV THAT PEOPLE OVEREA SOMEfHlNG IS MISSING THEIR LIVES THAT THEV WANt tATING SO MUCH, DEAR YOU WAVe A FALSE GAMES » TH'C— ARE MIGHTY OUT OUR WAY VICLIKf J MY WILL && THIS HER MOVIE FILM- IT'S A KMOCKOUT.' CAW VOU1I CAW . Mfe 7 WILL KNOCK UP? k IKJ /.VDVlE* J (F THEY'l? TAKE' A PEASHOOTER THAT WlLl n-UMK A 5L.U6 IN A THIMBLE AT ISOO P6ET? THAT'S »SOeP6fc, WEASEL WHAT GIVES? 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