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'--/,} - HOPE STAR, Hdt»t, ARKANSAS , Septenifcer 1> t s £^1> I* Jf&t Be ^ Office tJS? Before Publtdatlott «sco*ed*> fc?f*«»«L* P"* 01 "* i* S* DdyS UK) 2.00 ^"41 Oft* is 9.00 10,50 12.00 13,50 5.00 3,00 S.OO DISPLAY .^...'..".i <MJe pet Ineh SOe pW Inch flb(W* We tot eoft- tt. firei , eloislfled aaVertisind copy ««ed until S p. m. for ,«« folBwmg day. . pMbiisrtfrt /<*£&« 'tha Hght te i of Salt all d^rtlsomenti Of* f» publication and to r«f*et advirtillno sub- OAKCRfeST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE ... AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . , . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF Mtfofi "of one or hw» letteri, ,fcr h flgurt* «ueh b* houwt or rt* number* count as on* v$>rd. .,_ d Hbf» Star will not t>» respon- jor errors In Want, Adi unles* ' called to our attention Insertion 'of ad and then Incorrect .Insertion. . 8'N&>RQSPECT. 7-3431 Hope Star f\,~ - . * . . |StBr>*-;Ho0» 1*99,' Preti 1*27 < January 18, 192t hed-'evefy weekday afternoon by JtSl'Xtf'frtB "- BLISH)l-IG CO. J/fltefe itope, Arkamae,". „','.',: r. VBEil'l . .in ft .*.. ...... . .t ... ^ i, & Publl.lwr Manqatf , , Moeh. Supt. • . tecond class mottor at ot.,Hopo, Arkonioi, >.»"cli 3. 1897, of tho '•Audit Bureau of CTreuroHionl ; SlpHon" Rotes (payable In ad- i ^ ?* t/rmrfil? neighboring _. or j.. ,...,:, 13.00 ply V mail': In .Hempstead, Nevada, ', \ ""^•'e.j HpwprdA ond Miller jjoun- .............. . ............... 1.10 ......... . ....... ,-. 3.25 ' , . p., Chlcaao 1, III.; 60 E. ; aw.-jrwk.-J7, K. ,Y.; '1763 Sstot Blg^T-Detroit 2, 'Mich.; "P^BI^OWohornp City 2, imbir, of Tli« Aiioeloted- PreM! •yUsociatod p r oss is entitled ex- Vely tOi.the use for republlcation '"'-"i-n' , o» well as ''oil AP new» •• SCHOpt ^FAINTING >y;S BQDY SHOP 'm&W'&w*^ f „ MAffRfiSS fefidvattofl and ffprifil work. Cobb Mattress Co. did South Washington. Phone $.2622. MM. 44f CARPENTRY work, paper hang- itig, plumbing, Sceptic tanks in «ountry ( cement, brick laying. 'T. L. 1 Chambless, Box 188, Route Ark. $2.00 HOURLY possible doing light assembly work at home. No experience necessary. Write CROWN Industries, 7159 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. l-2t Funeral Directors HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION ' Largest and Oldest in South Aikattsas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale CAUTION Don't' overlook the Pro-Labor Day TIRE SALE Got a new tire & tube for less than the r.egular cost of a new tire at Oklahoma Tire & Supply FOR'SALE ", PORTERFIE^D GROCERY AND-AAARKET Clean stock & fixtures, ,••'. Other Business 723 W. 3rd — Phone 7-2723 26-Ot 1940 FORD, radio, heater, airfoam cushions, undercoat, new tires. ' Shone 7-3710, . 28-Ot I'M dividing my bearded iris. Choice rhizomes from ten cents to $1. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 28-6t RECONDITIONED piano. $425. $50 down and $11'per month payment. 7-3170 before 12-noon*. 30-3t 6NE , practically new inner-spring mattress and springs. $25. 204-.-N Hervey. Roy Johnson. " 31-3t REFRIGERATOR, gas stove and. other, furniture. Call 7-4555. 31-Gt Female Help Wanted 1 CARHOP, free to work 0 nights a week. Must be a|, least 18 years of age. Apply in person to King's Drive-in. 30-61 ONE Waitress. Phone 7-9841. White's Drive-in. 1-31 Real Estate for Sale IN ONE of Hope's nicest neighborhoods, this attractive comfortable' 3 bedroom home is located on a spacious 90 ft. x 150 ft. beautiful- ']y.landscaped shady corner lot. With large living room and dining area, nice kitchen with btiiltins and breakfast area. Big roomy closets, all in excellent condition. Boys Working Hard, Coaches Well Pleased Coaches Martin and Pearce are pleased so far with the way the Bobcats are responding and they are especially gleeful over the "best spirited group we have ever had" It's no secret that several Bobcat teams in the past simply.-lacked the will to win. although capable, and the result in every instance was a dismal season. Apparently the 1954 boys him: shown the coaches they want to The screened 10 x 10 porch is j play football and as a result the jUst like a family room. The! team is c<j»ning along belter than Bobcats to Be Lighter, More Spa rated house is newly painted with a new 20 year roof. An excellent the coaches expected. Physically this year's team will buy for those who want a homo be light but generally much fastpr. close to uptown and grade school j Coach Martin guessed the aveiHige Liberal financing available. Located at 319 North Elm — shown by appointment only. 3'/i BLOCKS from uptown, we can offer a bargain to a big family. Nine big rooms and hall. 2'/ a baths, screened side porch. 100 x 200 ft. lot, plenty of storage artd all furnishe'd for only $6^500.00. Could be converted into 3 apartments. Financing available. AT GOO North Washington, this three bedroom home has >a new roof and recent paint job. Located on large shady corner lot in a nice quiet neighborhood, it is a real bargain at only $3,750.00. Can be financed. FOSTER REALTY COMPANY SPORTS ROUNDUP .•» OAYLt TAL10T. NEW YORK (# I Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, the 80-year-old dean of American trainers, is getting about the Aqueduct stable area with a spring in hin step these mornings as he and his .assistants attend to the care and feeding some 50 thoroughbreds entrusted to their special talents. The reason is, say his associates, that "Mr. Fitz" has come back from the Saratoga meeting more than a little convinced that he has next year's triple crown winner in Nashua. Belair Stod's crack 3 year-old who won last wok's Hopeful Stakes at the upstate track for his fourth triumph in five starts. Another rwcp of the 3-year-okl classics the Kentucky Derby. Preakness and Belr>ont Slakes PR, PHONE 7-4691 31-3t REGISTERED Guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull Calves. .Hale- Guernsey Farm. Prescb'tt, Ark',! . l-3t BEAUTIFUL two-story home on 80 acres. Joins city limits. Will sell home and 13 acres. Good .,,terms. RANCH type two bedroom home on 8 acres, in city limits. Good price. ONE of the best black land farms in County. Small down payment, balance 20 years. 5%. COMBINATION farm and ranch on , highway 07, 10 miles Hope. Good grass and two overflowing wells. Good price, small down payment, balance 20 years. 5%. 136 ACRES, on Highway No. 4 near Airport. $35.00 per acre. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY & ' INSURANCE CO. HIGHWAY 67 EAST. PHONE 7-4468 ^ gentle satidle horse. --Sa'd-' die and bridal included. Phone 7-3761 01-7-2437. Cline Franks. Help Wonted "~ ||iepoir$, Genuine Singer •", and rental machines • ree* Estimate* t. *,$*.)• .T DO YOU want spare time work? Man* or woman, young or old. don't waste your time, it is valuable. Supplement your income or pension. Diversified interesting work. No selling or soliciting. Operating- route of new type venders, Accounts established for yoi^'JJj? qualify must have good character references, 5 to 6 ,heurs a. week to devote to the .business, $475 to $950 working capital required, which is fijlly secured, If you can start at once, and jhave the above qualifications, write to Box 80, Glen wood, Ark., give phone number for prompt interview. l-Gt TOP'S Class' Cut "and Installed. Complete* Repairs, New and Meed Parts. Highway §7 West Did 7-2767 Jervfce Station •" U) ts^ i ' ! m v '*' **' n*"**!* — .. " ' . PhiJco Air-Conditioner* One of Arkansai' Most >„. Complete ;• TV ^tepolr Shopi ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. Phone 7-2629 114 S,. Elm ;H, IE. Luck Highway 67 West LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO, Edge.of Pity Limits West fli Qaljoo Water Parrel* for Sale Phone 7*4381 Hope, Ark. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Deep Freeze 85 to 35 cents, Ralph Montgomery Mkt. phone 7-3361 MATTRISSW Rebuilt or Made Into innertprlng Work Guaranteed "*<• 9n»- Day Ssryjo* *-*•» DAVIS Furniture & Martrtti C», 1W i, Bim itrf/ti CROWN WiSTWN SHARES M, S, IATI5, A 9 .,rt T 7-44M ARMY SURPLUS CoBie ggoks f New ond ffd Clothing t duns t esp Tops § Gas Cans • « iwnk.ftgdj * and sther and team weight might hit about J61 pounds per man. Two practice sp*ss- ions clnily from 9 to 11 a. m. find 4 to 0 p. m. has put the boys in good shape and this department should improve steadily. Too, practices are held at night under lights. Ends are developing fine with lettermen Paul Hudleston, a converted back, and Marshall ROWQ outstanding* Larry Cox, another fine prospect has been showing well and will play part time iriithc backfield. Special praise was handed to Bobby Yarberry by the coaches who seem to think his showing in practice sessions will assure his playing a lot of ball this year along with another outstanding prospect, Johnny Webb. The tackle posts pose the biggest problem. Gilbert Honeycutt is jhe anly Ictterman and seems a cinch Lo hold 'down one post. Other likely prospects are Terrell Grant. Jerry Crawford, Jackie Moran, William Perkins and Don Fuller'. Two guard lettermen' are returning in Rufus Herndon and harles Chambless. They are being give'n stiff competition by Jimmy Finchcr and John Barr. Jack Keck is . the only center Ictterman and he is understudied ay Travis Purlle. . The coaches could start a back- ield of lettermen with Wayne Johnson in the quarterback spot, Bruce Duke at fullback, Steve Marlar, tailback and Roy Mullins at wingback. Also coming along is Lindy Pate along with Johnny 'Nix, Spanky Mitchell, Bill • Btidgers, Frankie McDowell, Billy Fred Johnson, Bill Wray, Ken Jones and Johnny Burke; : Spa Owner Attendance Problem HOT' SPfllNGS, Ark. W Charlie Williamson, owner _p.f. the... Hot of Springs entry in the Cotter). States ec l |League, apparently (otihcl 'a' vv'aV to boost attendance at minor league baseball games'he let -the'fans in free. • : ' •". • • ;;:•;; Williamson opened the sales for four games and,the acciimulativi crowd totaled 6,000. He said a "free will offering" and , concessions made the sagging Hot Springs Bathers more money than a normal night when very few customers paid for tickets. The fre gate idea come alon« during the season's closing days, but earlier Williamson tried t o one:'of the' most notable Yavers in raise a crowd for • hb - cellarite y supply a llltin « to Notice 'MEN if you are willing to give up your holiday to investigate this opportunity you may be the man I am looking for. I am prepared to teach eight neat appearing, intelligent men a business where they can expect to earn better than $100,00 per week with no layoff period. Must be willing and ame to work eight hours daily, six days a week. This is no soft job, but you are well paid for what you do. We prefer married men with cars between Iho ages of 25 and 5^. If you feel you can qualify, please write to Sales ^Manager, Martin-Parry Corp. P. O; Box 1222, El Dorado, Ark. for an appointment." l-Gt For Rent UNFURNISHED 4 room duplex. Prlvate- : bath and entrances, Garage. 801 's. Main. Phone 7-5837. .-. • . . ... 28-61 bedroom, private bath, private entrance, Close-in. 319 N. Elm, Phone 7-3391. 26-6t UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Private bath. Rent reasonable. 1311 .West Avenue B. Phone 73696. 30-Ot 2 ROOM furnished apartment upstairs, Close-in, Bills paid. Mrs. J. W. Turner, 418 S. Elm. 31-3t 2 ROOM • furnished, apartment, private entrances, garage, adults preferred. Phone 7-2119. 1002 West Ave. B. 31-3t FIVE room furnshed home. Apply Middlebrooks Grocery, Phone 73791. 31-31 THREE room- apartment, nicely furnished, bills paid. 204 Bonner. . 1-tf THREE room unfurnished apartment. Private bath and private entrance: 408 E. 3rd. St. Phone 7-35530. 1-31 the history of the American turf. They say there isn't a man in the business who wouldn't be happier well fairly so to see the kindly sago of Sheepshcad Bay rack tie up as his valedictory. The veteran trainer, who still drives his own car to work before daylight and puts in a full 12-hour day, already has n pair of triple crbwners to his credit Gallant Fox in 1930 and Omaha in 193".. Eoth, like Nashua, were Belair haoscs. Although Nashua, a big animal who already looks like a 3-year-okl. still has come distance to go to prove it, both Fitz and jockey Eddie Arcaro already are convinced he's the year's juvenile champion. Arcaro told Fitz after the Hopeful that his mount "wasn't doing his best," yet one expert wrote that he believed it was the best race he'' ever saw run by a 2-year-old t Saratoga. : • • -••• < Bay lor Is Rated Chance at SWC Title By LEONARD SAFFIR WACO, Tex. (INS) George Sauer's Baylor Bears are seeking their first Southwest Conference in 30 years and by Hhe looks of their well-seasoned squad they might walk off with the ijtle. • The Bears expect to field-a more oalanced team this fall than their 1953 third place .finishers. Coach Saner plans to start seven first stringers for last year's dob.' Two of the returnees arc in the backfield. 'Ihey are Halfbacks L.G. Dupre, the team' top scorer for : .the past two seasons and speedy.,"^Allan Jones. . ; ''4$ A battle for the qiiartorbacj^fljot vacated by Francis (Cotton) ;; : Davidson appears to give Doyle Traylor, the freshman sensation, the nod over Billy Hooper, the under study to Davidson. Ronnie Guess, Del Shofner and Bobby Mcvri arc considered fine sophomore halfback prospects. /•; The mighty forward wall will, be a closely-knit unit of veteran :-per- team by hiring Ne.sro players. Negroes fielded by the Bathers were the first m^mbors of their race to play in the Cotton States League. The club owners, a year ago, bitterly oppose:! the use of Negroes, but they changed their minds under the stimulus of smaller and smaller crowds three other 'Do or Die' Stage Reached by Yankees By CARL LUNDQUIST United Press Sports Writer It .is "do or die" for the Yatv keeps now and even iheir most faithful followers think it might be wise to ha-e tire coroner stnnd by. To borrow Charley Drosscn's fa- rn'ous'phrase about last year's Gi- r.nts, .and niter it .1 little to fit the occasion "The Yankees nre almost dead " Burly Early Wynn hammered another spike into the coffin last night when he pitched a superlative two-hit 6-1 triumph for the In clians that* boosted their load to 5' 2 games before o8,f!")9 fans at Yankee Stadium. That means now if Cleveland wins only 11 of. us. remaining 23 games, the Yankee!-, will have to win 18 out of their remaining 24 lo finish on top. So Cleveland could coast along playing under .SCO base ball and the Yankees would have to win two out of every thru to grab that sixth world championship I which now seems all but out of CBC Captures * City Title With 6-2 Win Century Bible Class of the Pony League defeated the First Baptist Church RA's'9.lo 2 last night to capture the city title. The RA's won the first half title In a ylayor; the CBC boys copped the second half flag, then wont on lo win the title- in the final series last night. The boxscore: CBC clubs followed the lead and signed I rench Negroes. It's believed the Bathers ended the season in a bettor financial condition than at : least two or three clubs in the league. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York Brooklyn Milwaukee St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburgh W L Pet. GB 82 47 .636 79 51 .6U8 3 \' 3 74 04 .578 7'. 2 60 70 .462 22'A 39 GO .461 22>, r > 53v 76 .420 28 46 ,85 ,351 37 Razorbacks Have, a Few Bright Spots By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLK. !.-Vl About 5C candidates / turned out today for football practice at the University of Arkansas and Coach Bowden Wyatt warned them that, "We've got to get ready in a hurry." Thirty-four practice sessions are scheduled over the next; 21 days. Two sessions a day are set through Sept. 15, with one daily session frqm then until the Sept. 25. opener against the University of Tulsa. "There'll be no gradual toughening program," said Wyatt. "The spring scrimmages gave us a pretty fair idea of the personnel Philadelphia •9;' i GinBinnati 3 Milwaukee 2, Brooklyn 0 Chicago 14-7, Pittsburgh.. 2-3 New York 5, St. Louis 3 • ; . ' Today's Games New York at Cincinnati (night) Brooklyn at Chicago Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (night) Philadelphia at St. Louis might) AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Baltimore W L Pet. GB 95 30 .75 89 41 .083 5-!' a &5 4-7 .644 10',;, 57 73 .4-38 37 >/i 50 72 .438 37'A 53 •• 70 43 90 .411 41 .323 53 Yesterday's Results Cleveland 0, New- York' 1 Philadelphia 8-6; Baltimore 0-3 Washington 5, Detroit 3 Chicago at Boston, ppd, rain Today's- Games Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston Detroit .at Washington (night) (Only games scheduled! SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleans Atlanta formers who already have proven Birmingham their worth. The returning linemen are Edns jchaflcy Smith and Excel Am yett, Tackl« James Ray Smith, Guard Clarence Dierking and Center Jimmy Taylor, Taylor will have a fight on his hands from Bill Glass. C--1, 200- pound highly touted graduate of the freshman ranks. Other promising newcomers up from Baylor's' unbeaten, untied frosh team are guards Dan Miller and Dugan Pearco and Fullback Reuben Sange. Saagc :md reluming Wcldon Hoi ley will sec lhat the Bears get HUNTING SEASON is just around the cerner, Get yoyr BB GUNS now. Western Auto Associate Store II "New Foil Line Just Arrived oe The Newest In Mens Wear As k9W as $54.60 Tom WorcUows Main Street Tailor Shop Watermelon Stand & Shpvei good backfield play. Baylor has scored in its last 40 football games averaging 20.5 points per game and there is ev ery reason to believe the 1954 Bruims will pack as much coring punch as the teams of recent The Bears open their campaign Sept. 18 against the Houston al Waco. University of Fights Last Niglit By THE, ASSOCIATED PRESS DETROIT Ralph .. Caponfc, ISG'.i, Chicago, outpointed Allen Kennedy 1-iO, Bay City, Mich. (i. Sacramento, Calif., Pete Agurre 131, Los Angeles, outpointed Lauro Salas, 129fi, Monterrey, Mexico, 10. SAN JOSE, Calif. Keny Davis. 124, Los Angeles, stopped Freddy Bravo, 126, San Jose, 0. Auto Lights Electric lights in a modern passenger autompbjle vary from a minimum qf 20 t9 as high a.s in some Memphis Chattanooga Nashville Little Rock Mobile W L SO 37 89 58 77 65. 75 71 69 74 62 84 01 85 59 87 Pet. GB .810 .005 .546.10 "A .514 14 .483 1 .425 27!', .418 2H' .400 30'i : Yesterday's Results Nashville 12, Little Rock 2 New Orleans, 14-1, Cax 2-2 Mobile 11, Birmingham 3 (Only Games Scheduled) Today's Games Little Rock at Nashville Birmingham at Mobile (.2) Memphis at Chattanooga New Orleans at Atlanta , SOUTHERN ASSOCIATIN New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Memphis Chattanooga Nashville Little Rock Mobile W L 89 57 419 on 7Y 0.-) 73 71 Ii9 74 62 8i 31 83 5.4 C7 Pet. GB .610 .542 10 .514 J4 .425 21 .410 28 .404 30 COTTON STATES LEAGUE (Play-Offs) Greenville El Dorado Meridian Monroe 3 1 2 2 2 2 1 3 .750 .500 .500 .250 leads b,est of seven seHes three games to. one). E.1 Porado 8, Meridian 1 (2-all in best of seven series) Yesterday's Results (Play-0ff3) Greenville 4, Monrpe 2 Today's (Play-pffil 11 pprado »t Manager Al Lopuz ot the Irrlhms ookcd as if lie v/unled to .say hat they would win it nnw, but he tcmperrd his juhilaticn with the usual caution and admitted only that 'this is the best po.siliun Cleve- .and has been in yet." "Obviously, this was our biggest .•ictory." he conclude;!. Catcher Yogi Berrn w;is one of ihc few Yankees talking about it and he said flatly "We have to ,vin the next two-or else." Wynn piiehed no-hit bnl! for G 2-3 innings before Irv Noren hit a homer for the only Yankee tally last night and Enos Slaughter hit a pinch-single for the only other hit. Cleveland cracked through rookie Bob Grim's tight pitching armor for two runs in the foui th on Al Rosen's double, singles by Vic Wertz and Dave Pope and Sam Dente's scoring fly. Alter the Noren homer Cleveland rotaliatied with we have to work with the job now is to get these sophomores ready to go." Wyatt said the training program cabled i' lor; 'stress on fundamentals and conditioning for the first week, addingVthat, "We should be in fair swing by Sept. 0." In getting the sophomores "ready ;o go," Wyatt must find at least two men who can satisfactorily handle the vital tailback and weak- side end positions. These two spots, without doubt, are the most gnurling weaknesses on the sqund. Gone are the great Lamar McHan, tailback delux, and his leading touchdown accomplice, end Floyd Sagely. Wyatt must choose the successors for this wrecking-crew from among five juniors who haven't played enough to win a letter and seven untested sophomores. Rison's George Walker, who sparkled as the first .string tailback on la^r year's freshman team, is the leading candidate'to succeed the departed McHan. Three other sophomores, including Buddy Bob Bensoa' of DeQuecn, also are competing'for the job. Five juniors and three sopho mores are seeking the end jobs Not a single letterman is returning at either end. Arid, as an added problem, there are no lettermen at center either. Inexperience stacks up as Wyatt's biggest problem, especially in view of the tough. 10-game schedule in which there isn't a letup on any Saturday. Of the 12 returninif letlormon, only five were starters on the team which closed out the season last year. Brightest of the veterans are fullback Henry Mflore guard Bud Moore 3b Robinson cf Turner ss Douglas rt Messer c McLarty, J. Ib .. White If McLarty, T. 2b .. Taylor p Totals R. A. Smiley p Roberts 3 "o Cox rf .' Ward c Hatfield If Anderson, B. If Henry Ib Anderson, L. ss Barrett 2b '.... Jones 2b Walters rf'...., Totals four more runs in the eighth, three on a tomer by Dave Phillcy. The Gianls took a ',>'•/: game/lead T the National with a 3-3 victory over the Cardinals after Brooklyn lost to Milwaukee* 2-0 on a three-hitter by Gene Conley. The Phil topped Cincmati 9-3 and the Cubs won 14-2 and 73 decisions from Pittsburgh in '"also ran- games. EJUewhere in. the American League Philadelphia won 3-G and 6-3 decisions from Baltimore and Washington whipped Detioit 5-8 Chicago at Boston was rained out. Windy McCall pitched one-hit relief ball ior five innings in the CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl .Small Enough to Know Youl Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry Giant triumph in Rhodes and Willio which Mays Dusty each For Complete Parts and , Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. I Magnolia, Ark. * . .J»ho. 882, 689 & 1140-Rj ; Y drove in tv.'o runs. They broke a tie with two run in the fifth when Al Dark singled, Hank Thompson walked, Rhodes .singled in one run and Mays drove in another with a fly oall. Conley cooled the Brooks by shutting them out for the second time Ihis season and achieving his 14th victory. Del Crandall hit n homer for Milwaukee and Bobby Thomson singled in the other run after Bill Bruton walked in the first inning and stole second. Ted Kluszewski took the major league home run lend from Mays by hitting two to give him 41, even though Cincinnati lost. Herman Whemeier pitched an eight- hitter to end Philadelphia's eight game losing streak and Cincy's five game winning sken Earl Torgeson and Johnny Wyroslek also hit Philadelphia homers. The Cubs mads 19 hits in the opener, Ralph Kiner, Walker Cooper and winner Howie Pollet getting three each Bob Rush hit a homeland pitched his ninth vitory and Hank Sauer hit his 35th homer for Chicago in the second game. Wa hington made M hits, three each by Ed FitzGeralcl and Jim Busby, as Mickey McDermall end- Bee-T-Mite Bettle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grigg f Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Main All Customers are Insured Brooks, and blocking backs Prcsled a., four-game Sunalor losing ton Carpenter and Bobby Proctor, streak" "\vitli an eighthilter. Moore, a 185-pound speedster, was second only to McIIan as the 1913 team's leading offensive man. Brooks, a two-year lelterman, undoubtedly is one of the best guards in the Southwest Conference. Blocking back, whore Carpenter and Proctor hold forth, is urobnbly the strongest position on the club. Carpenter is an excellent pass; receiver and a good Mocker. Proctor, who stands only 5-foot 7 inches and weighs IK', pounds, is one of the team's bc.st blockurs and an outstanding defensive- . back. However, because, of h,is helter- skelter type of playiaVicl hi* lack of si?e, Proctov i? injured frequently. Arkansas will- have plenty of depth at guard and tackle, where eight of the 12 leltermen hold forth. Wingback should be strengthened by sophomores. Letterrnan Joe Thomasan returns, and four fledgling, candidates will giv« depth to that ppsitiou which was lacking last year. . After opening against Tulsa, the Raz&rba,eks in succession will take on thi'.ee Pf the gouthwest Conference's toughest members TCU Paylor and Texas After an Oct ?3 d%te with Ole Miss, Arkansas Texas A^M. B»i- >e £Wd in order before closing out »ga}nst two nwvcanlarence oppo- jjejl§ The .Athletics utilized big eighth inning rallies to win their pair. They made five runs in the open er after Lou Limmer hit a throe- run homer for their oilier tallies. Let Us Install That BROKEN GLASS Have that broken auto glass replaced today. We recognize insurance claims. If you need good Used Part's for cars or trucks. See us now, *•- - WYL1I Glass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street S£RVICE-RePfllR Pick-up and Delivery ONE DAY SERVICE Beat the heat — have that fan repaired at JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC. We Specialize in Residence and Commercial Wiring JOHNSON ELECTRIC Carl Johnson C. P. Rettig WANTED TO BUY NICE, FAT YOUNG HENS We need hen$ now. If you hoye a laying flpck why not cu.Il them now, and sell us your hon Igyers? We would like to buy several hundred at a time, but will take what you have. _ __ CflU Us f»r Oflirery patq Hope Locker & Processing Co * * 1 'O l»'i STA ft i M 0 P ; t , A it A N S A S If Cn1elrY«i*ff OZARK IKI v ^L < ' * -HlfW?^^ » ^fjSS-** " i'*VX$*t$AA wi«SHH«r*»» v'< *> *^j&&*.Vj&*v< OUT OUR WAY By J. fe Willtann VI« FLINT Answer to Previdus g['A''|;|s| A ' B ' gB WHEM HIKJSES Famous Folks WHAT KOTtfcN UUGk, WBASBL/tMATTKUGK CO/VMMO ALOW6 JUST, • J UKB LOOKS Llk6 VfiU LOST CONTROL AMP IV& ACROSS 3 Passage in 'l Norseman, the brain ——the Red ,5 British S High priest statesman, ' Ahthony t Food' D-Former containers i President, 7 Within Coolidgc (prefix)' 12 Pittance 8:BJrds' hamts 13«ow 9 Settlers 25 Portent 14 Mineral rock 10 nr y 26 Lacking ALL WB V£ RUN INTfOWrTH 43 Warehouse „ 45 Ornaments .15'PerfecUonists n Permits 28>What/Russian 46:Passing 17 Ignited 16 Bookkeeper's rulers do fancies 18 Concise ' book 30 Be overly 47 Curved i9Spuped-up' 20 Famous fond (var.) molding , 'cart French 31 Unique 48 Nights,before 21 Rim' . sculptor SSlHorses'gaits 50 Disputed-' ' 23 Male child 22 Entrances in SSFamOiis 51 Preposition 24 Famous fences .centaur 52 Bewildered Boston fish 24 Corn cores 40Most'aged 55 Fish eggs I 27Pant • • • 29 Famous queen WASH TUBES ByLeillfr . 4 ."ArV* ^ »- TOLMPOM-OUR AIR-STRIP.- MOST BE JAY,,.HE U&E£> : LIGHTS. MOWNfi Of-FiiSHORE.MAM... : . LIKE A SifltOAU , FIRE ow TH' WONDER- 34 'Harmony 36 Prior ' ..; every, month 38 Clip 39 Bogs down OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Mojor Hoopto PAP5R ort THIS PA6E A80UT'AMESCAP5D 44 For fear that 49 Lake in Iran 56 Daniel in the . :•••• lions' BOOTi AND HEK BUDDIES 57 Mexican dollar MYOWN JlSSgfe 'MIMD?. ''fW QOOO^OO'J .'M-^M^TWtV ?t HOVi'R QOCJVFN . 0V PiUt ;v OVVft 5.8 Speck 59 Place 60iItaHan city 6 i Greek porch .1 Giveiforth 2 Be borne CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS Hi By Herihbergei AttEYTOOP COME, MY BQ -M HEARTY/ TOMORROW ALL RIGHTVMEN T. M. R«I. U. S. Pit W. ,C«pr. 1M4 t>. NtA «.r>i». Inc. ;."4 barbecue, is just the opposite of inside! The women' argue politics and the men fuss over sauces and the* ', ' temperature of the fire!" B^Golbrqitbv Thanks, dear, for coming by the grocery!" PIE ByNadine K. 1 1* * , 'jr.. h <' v *^'^»! y ' %~,«xflMa THI STORY OF MARTHA THINK we sHouue pyWg ? 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