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STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, 20,. IftM. Loll such 01 heus* or ebuht 6* oiw wdrd. $111 n6t b« respfln* •W6nt Adi urtlWi to out' attention /of ad and then ~ ' insertion. 7-3431 Stttfew 01*am* SMALt fcavy blue 1 atid white polka flat stfirf ift d6Wtttown atea. If f&und, please call or see Gobble ttfiftsen, ttope Star, Phone 1* 18-31 MttSntlOft Ml i«BM» wotk. Gobb MftiiMtt Co. . *fa&fli Mef, 4-tf -•'—--»• f- J !<».«.. Funeral Director! HOME AMBt&ANCE Al34 Md, .' HfiftNtJON COftMEtttJS BUfttAfc * ASSOCtAfiON -Largest ahd Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-6506 for our agents A28.1 Mo. For Sole Plenty'of US£D TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply , weekday afKifnoon by ftUBUSHINd CO. $ldO CASH, $35 monthly buys two bedroom modern home, acre o. land. 1. N> Belew. Phone 7-4308 17-3 DEEP freeze, i almost new, cheap If Interested, call 7-2130. Mrs. J L. Jamil. '' ' 17-3 PubllihM Supt. 6n«T clojf matter •» At,,H p p«t., iw"*"' i^Rolfes" Tpayobl* in 'od- i'^'carrlw V Wojw 'and nelghborlno .25 For font UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Private bath, rent reasonable 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3696 ,' - ' 10-t Wonted UNITED FARM AGENCY Lfaeal Office — The Oaks Court Phone PRospect 7-5883 We Need Farms to Sell to many recent Sales, nfid the "Farm buying" season approaching, we trittst have more -farms to sell. Nation Wide Advertising and a 30 Veal 1 reputation, Fbr results: CALL US NOW: Box 184 Hope, Ark. Tigers Beat Fort Smith for First Wih The Yerger Tigers took n 24-12 decision over the Pirates of Fort Smith there Friday night lor the first win of the season. Following n .scoreless first per« lod ftbbert Tyus sneaked across to put Hope ahead 6-0 but Ft. Smith tied it tip With the halftime 8cdr<» 6-all. Fort Smith went ahead In the Atlanta in Clean Sweep of Playoff NEW OftLEAfJS MV Atlanta made a clean sweep of Southern Association honors with an unbeatable combination of fine pitching and heavy hitting. The Crackers added the playoff championship to their regular-sea son pennant yesterday by beating New Orleans 14-0 to take the best of seven fmftl playoff series four games to one. The clihchifig vi6tory came oh a five-hit performance by tMck Donovan and a 19-hit assault oh five New Orleans foitcheiM. third period 12 to 0. But the Tigers Outfielder Pete Whi.senarit led Atlanta with a homer, double arid single, driving in fotir ruhs. Outfielder Chack Tanner got three singles, while tlonovrn got ti hotnor and two singles. Three unearned Atlanta riihs in the first ihHihg provided all the margin Donovan needed: started rolling with a 20 yard play from Tyus to A. Mbses who lateralcd to Stuart as the quarte? ended. Howard pitched out to StUarf the distance to tie the Sophs Star in SWC Grid Play Saturday DALLAS, (IP) — Sophomores load in four, departments ahd are crowd- Ing the, leader in another in first Statistics of the Southwest conference football campaign. hobby Jones, 'the Baylor fireball, iops in passing with 11 /o completions in 10' thrdWs 'for 140 yatds THREE room apartment, nicely!and two loucMov ns. , furnished. Bills paid, 204 Bonner. Del Shofner,, another Baylor soph who went score. . Tyus again passed to Wilson who ran 30 yards to score putting Ycr- gcr in front 18-12. In the final two minutes Howard tossed to- Wilson who went all the way for a 24-12 win. ' The Tigers completed 5 of 1.4 asses. Standouts for Hope were 'yus, Wilson, Stuard, Howard, Champion, Moses, Martin and Hig:ins. SPORTS ROUNDUP ,ff lAVLi YALBOT. NEW YOftK I.*) The man from Cleveland who has been following the Giants ardtirtd for some time lobkirig fai< clues as to how the World Series is likely to turn out adrhitted he was thm-i; impresses by Leo Durocher's club than he expected to be. He said that the sllek fielding of the National Lea' gUers had espediallv .struck him. '!lf it pitching wasn't r.taff," fof the he said, Indians' I'd al* most have to pick tliis team to beat Us. But we do. have the pitching and that's what decides World Series. It could be a whale of a playoff, though, if Johnny Arttonelli wins the opening game, lie's a great all fetouhd ball player, thnt young man is." These did not words of a mail sound like the who considered FURNISHED apartment, 2 large •, rooms, Bills paid, close to town. ;Mrs.. J. Wi Turner, 418 S.. Elm St. FURNISHED 4 room garage apartment. Phone 7-2205. 17-tf leads in catches *$£$£&- FIVE room house and 140 acres grazing land, with plenty of water. Call 7-2263. 17-3t 85 NICELY furnished 4 room duplex "apartment, Frigidaire, inner sp- r ring mattress, Private entrance. ' iMrs. Cook/ 9P8 West AVe. B. '20-6t i , Priss v l^ enllffed eX- ' epub cation ftd in; thl. o||.,AP -MWt ', Male Help Wanted pass-rcceivin,! with for 117 yards and two one touchdown. Jim. Swink, the Texas Chrisltai sophomore, is out front in scorin; with 13 points. Swink ulso is sccon-1 in OVERSEAS Jobs. High pay. South t'America, Alaska, Europe, Tra' ivel' paid. Self-addressed, stamped envelope "brings details. Dept. 44A,' '' EASTLAND COMPANY, >Box'4406,~Los .Angeles ,28, iCalif..^ 20-lt with 78 yards, just. 12 yards behinc the leader;. Delano Womack of Tex as, who has 90 yaids oh 13 runs Jone(i is the total offeiivJ leatle with 172 yards. He picked up 3 running in the game with Umvor sity of Houston Saturday when hi passed for 140. Ray Taylor of Texar Christian a junior, is the leading punlci H> averaged 50 yards on fiv2 boots. Baylor is the to f< U oflonse .!iin Jeader, the Bears Invlns run u 462 yards in shattering Universal of Houston, 53-13. Saturi?n>. DcCen ciVely, Ta.-ias Christian loads, a lowihg the opposition only 121 yard per game, JIMlSS; IS '/i>'^.' " FOREIGN-U. S. Jobs SO. AM. Alaska, Spain, Fare Paid. 1000'S U. S. Jobs" to $18,000. Trades, Offices, factories. Stamped self addressed env. brings reply. Job Opportunities, Waseca, 44B, Minn. 20-lt Biitincit Opportunity Notre Dame, Texas Meet at Austin AMERICAN LEAGUE V/ L Pet. GB lleveland 103 40 .730 New York hicago 3oston Detroit Washington Baltimore Philadelphia 100 d2 «4 63 53 4<l ?ff .676 . 8 . 57 .022 1G'A 03 .435 43'A C4 34.432 44'. 84 .429 44 1 /. 1)7 .349 5fiU, .331 59 90 Yeslarday's Results Boston 6, Washington 2 Baltimoro 5, Chicago 1 New York 4, Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 4, Detroit 2 Today's Games Chicago at Cleveland (night) Detroit at Baltimore (night) Washington a-; New York PhiladeliDhia at Boston (night NATIONAL LEAGUE' New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh W 93 6R S3 72 09 09 'fiO 53. 60 62 76 77 73 83 94 Pet. GB .633 .59$, .S'/j .578 '3 .18,- 2,-iy. .473 23!s 460 24' .403*33}!'. & Tonight May Be Gloomy for Brooklyn By JOE REICHUER Associated Press Spot-tsWrlter This can become the gloomiest Monday night in Brooklyn's long baseball history. For tonight tho Dodgers' two year reign as National League champions can cbn-.e to an end. And barring a maior miracle, the new champions will be Brooklyn's most hated rival, the New York Giants. Milwaukee was eliminated yesterday, losing 7-G to the St. Louis Cardinals. To make matters even worse, the Dodgers' burial can take place right in their own back yard, Eb< bets Field, with Saf Maglic. an old Dodger killer, actin:: as chief executioner Southpaw Johnny Podres will oppose him. The situation befoco the start of^ the final three-game series be-' tween the Inlerbni-ousl- rivals is this: . . The Giants' magic number is two. One New York victory and one Brooklyn 'defeat will do it. Thus a Giant triumph at Ebbets Field would officially stamp them as World Series rivals for Cleveland's newly -crowned American League champions. Rain caused postponement'-.of yesterday's Giant- Philadelphia; game at the Polo Grounds. ... Even if. they lose all three in Brooklyn, Ihe Giants can still capture the pennant by either beating Philadelphia twice in four games left with the PhlUles. .or winning the new American League cham pions to bo the overpowering out Pprkers'Opetv Season Against Tulsa Saturday By The Associated PrSsS Texas plays "Nfltl'e" ' Bame and Deaths Over the Nation By thft Associated ^ Press NEW YORK Prof. Nicholas N. Martinovitch, 7!. internationally known authority on history, 4|t and languages of the Middle Easft, Russian diplomat riurihi? the CXar- 1st regime Died Saturday. Arman- Satur- Texas Christian 1 tackles Oklahoma this week as the Southwest Conference shoots for IHu' moon in intersectional football. They will be {tames of the ninonc; cdufil'ry the big because Notre Dame Is ranked No. 1 arid Oklahoma No.' 2. . The canfdi'cnca did rwcll, in fact perfect, in its' first w6ek- of trying against outside teams, winning all three intersectional games on the schedule as Texas beat Louisiana State 20^0 Rice walloped • Flor- iit that their record this season in-|ida '4-14 mid -Texas Christian laced ciicates they are. Were they not Kansas 27-G. CARACAS, : Veneruela do Reveroiv. 65, noted 'impressionist painter. Died lay. AKRON, Ohio William l.Dot- son, G2, whose recovery from alcoholism encouraged the <4§i> 'otinders of Alcoholics Amonymous o conlinub the" work they were itaout to v abandon in 1933. Born in Lexington, Ky. bied Friday." a vastly improved club ever the one that finished n dismal second last year? "I wouldn't say they're any better except in some additional pitching strength and u better bench." was the surprising? reply. ~' 'The main thing is that the rest of the American League wont back a lot, especially the Yankees. We had the pitching -the nobody else did. "If I was sizing up 'ho Indians and Giants man for matt I'd have to give the Giants two of '.he throo outfield positions with left field a tossup. I'd give them first base and shortstop by win o margins.'I'd have to take Bobby Avila and Al Rosen at second and third because of their hitting but they can't field Davy Williams and Thomp- This week, however, is something else. "Besides Texas' efforts lo shove into the lend in tlio nation with a victory over mighty Notre Dame at South Bend, Imi., and Texas Christian's dssirc to stnp Oklahoma at Norman, three olhei league teams will be trying foi intersectional victories;. Arkansas opens th-2 season against Tulsa at FayoUcville. Bay lor journeys to N.ishville to Vandcrbilt and Twctn . A&M iNEW. YORK playwright and uttthor of several Broadway Born in Fergus Fall?, Minn. Saturday. Carlton Mile:;, drama critic, co- hits. Died WATERVILLE, Maine George G. Avcrill, M, phyr-iciiW- industrialist who nmwised n for-1 tune manufacturing paper plalps.| and spent much-of if to. help educate poor boys. Died Sunday. ... BERGAMO, It&ly A.lessandro | Dolci, 74, • famous Italian tenor. Died Friday. Nelthcr club has a hitting with son: catcher. "The Giants havo a lot more speed. I've been' watclvng Willie Mays make basket catches of balls out there in center that Lurry Doby wouldn't have reached. All our peed is right at the top of the rdcr Al Smii,h . and Avila. Catcher Wes . Westrum is the only low man on the Giants. ' It was suggested that he wasn't impressive when. five into wiped making out much o£ By E.D CORRIGAN NEW 'YORK (in It Terry Brennan, tho won't take rookie Notre BUSINESS OPPQRTUNUITY N . ^"pVenUarrf"^^'?^^^ IS MAN and wife to collect establish- hlne just ono game , i n f ac t. ed routes in Hope*, Prescott, and The .^O-yedv-oin Bivnnan, who Gurdon. Car necessary. Good . ok .^ Jo(? eol!e ., c , himself, commissions. See Mr. Anderson sendg Ms nquad , a ., aill ,, t the Uni- at The Oaks, Thureday. Monday through 20-6t CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef out aod wrapped for deep freeze, Beef for Deep Freeze 26 to 35 cent*. Ralph Montgomery Mkt. , Phone 7-3361 |wl||Mr<ll" I" »,•'•'' ^tif^K^i; MATTRESSES Rebuilt or Made Into lnn«m>rlBg Wprk Guaranteed K— On* Day 8ervlc» >— BAVIS Furnltur* & MoltrMi C«, 110 I. Kim Street Phon* 7-8212 versify of Texas Snlurday. The Longhorns * are rated one of the top teams in tin. Southwest Con ference, , nnd they looked, very good, indeed Satuiclr.y in winning their opener from Louisiana State, 20-0. Brennan has a rr.lhor thin squad and has commented that his maiv problem will be to develop a powei back and to get some reserve strength in the line, Hs isn't . prophet of gloom atf was his prcde cessor, Frank Leany. so until he shows that he is jcshmt,', he- musv •'.-.••• '-••• Yesterday's Restilti*. Pittsburgh 1, Brooklyn 0 St. Louis 7, Milwaukee 6 Cincinnati 7, Chicago (i (10 ings) Philadelphia at Now York (ppd, •ain Today's Games Now York at Brooklyn Ovisht) Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at Chicago (Only games scheduled) . : (2 By The Associate.1 Press Pacific Coast League Finals (best-of)o Oakland ^, San.Francisco; Oakland wins 3-0 American Association (best-of-7) ; M Minneapolis 12. Indianapolis, 10 innings 10 Indianapolis leads 32 • -,: ',.•»•&'• Columbus 5, Louisville 4 ; "sei^!s tied 3-3 ' <\-. Western League finals ••^:- fbest-of-5) Denver 10, Des Moines 6 ' series. vied 1-1 team in the country in the Asso' Top's Service W« are now wrecMng several late model CARS and TRUCKS Wo also repair all makes and models of automobiles 4 Trucks. T. 0, (TOP) PORTER Owner A pperator, Plat 7-2767 Hope Hy 67 West ARMY SURPLUS be taken seriously. Notre Pame.was rated the top Books • New and Clothing t Guns « Jeep Taps • Qas Cans » Torps-t.punk Beds » and otter items, RIAYiS Aer»n Frpm Peit Of fist LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Bicycles, Tricycles and Wagons From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 Large Enough to Serve Youl Small Enough to Know Youl Have Ypur Car PAINTED NOW! Lpw'ai $35,00 While you are. having your car painted we can Bo that work on your motor, brakej or body work. f-xpprt rne.ehgnic? qlways available, ^j ciated Press' prc-ceason poll' of sports writers and sprotsca.sters, After last week's preliminary ,t)nce provided Pittsburgh can beat Brooklyn la-one .-.of. their three final Encounters.' '"••* ,'•*,•' It was the last place Pirates who set the podgers up for the knock out. Until recently' the Dodgers' best friends, the Pirates stunned the Brooks yesterday, inflicting 1-0 defeat to drop them 5 V» games behind the pace-sett.ine; Giants. It was ; a former best Friend first name E}ob~-who deserted the Dodgers. The young righthander ir his entire career had won only I of il decisions with Brooklyn. Bu he handcuffed the Brooks with'si? hits to become the first PHtsburgl pitcher \o- shut out the Dodgers since Fritz Ostcrmuller did it in 1947. • It was Pittsburgh's fourtt straight victory over the Dodger in the last two weeks, Prior -t that, the Pirates had played dead for Brooklyn, losing 12 of the firs i5 games this season and 20 of 2 last year. Victim of Friend's shutout was Russ Meyer, whose five-hitter went to waste, An error by the usually eilable Carl Furillo in right field paved the way for the lone run, reston Ward -singled to right in he fourth inning and raced all tho vay to third when the ball rolled hrouRh Furillo"s legs. Ward scored case for ball club that has l<;d its league Tactically all the way. "Don't get me wrong." o u r Clevelancler 'cautioned. '.'Yo# askecl ne a question and I savn you an answer. I said it ishn't any better egm in the field than it was last 'ear, that's all. 'It's a better club because of he second line pitching behind Bob Mike Garcia and larly Wynn. This kid Ray Nar- eski has been a oig help.. So naa 1 Newhouser in relief and Art foutteman as a starter. Incidentally, how can you figure a' couple supposedly washed up guys like hat winning 7 and 15 games vip to low if the American League hasn't .aken an nwful dive "the last, sea- ion or-two?" We asked if HouUemnn figured ,o be the Indians' fourth starter in the series,if four starters are needed. He said he doubted it very much. play tries, against Oklahoma A&M at Dallas. If the conference can win three of .those games it'll fool it. has had a good week. Baylor wns the most in last week's opanei's of the seycn toams swunj action. The Golden Bears up the ground with University Houston,' 53-13, with, sophomores;, doing most of the work especially" Bobby Jom'S. Texas Christian did much better, than anticipated as it also relied on sophs ^or most oC it:; offenso. Jim' Swink led tho horned Frogs in the cnu;hing triumph over Kan-, sas with 78 yards and two touch» downs. Rice beat Florida by coming from behind with .a flourish .in a game played in semi-darkness for more than a halC because of a light failure. Texas was efficient on the ground in winning a comparatively easy victory over .Louisiana' State. . . • Texas A&M was suddenly by a 41-9 trouncing from Toxas Tech. The Aggies had little more than spirit and flight against powerful Red Raiders from the .plains country. For Quality • and Beauty in Finest of. WALLPAPER see us, Gunter Retail Lumber Co Phone 7-3495 422 E. Diy Bee-T-Mite Bettle and Termite Control Service Owned and Operated by Guy Grjgg * Hope, Arkansas Phone 7-3445 109 S. Malri; All Customers ore Insured skirmishes, all of which followed form, this Saturday presents the first big afternoon of action in the new season. MicKlt'an State, co-favor with Illinois for the big Ten champion' ship, plays Iowa in the NCAA's national television game of the clay. While this one should go : tp the Spartans, oft I ho advance dope, Iowa appears capable of making it close. , Oklahrnoa, perennial challenger for the mythical national title, plays Texas Christian at Norman The mighty Sooner* wavrned up to their task by dropping California, 27-13 last Saturday—and doing it by taking advantage of errors, the mark of a champion. That should spell bad news for TCU. The Frogs looked good beating Kansas U7-6 IP their opener, The remaining teams voted by EXTRA SPECIAL T« owr Y 9 «f 1550 P^ler the experts most likely to succeed figure to come throiuih the weekend unserathed, Maryland, anothe» contender for the national throne has an open date, after flexing its muscles with a 20-0 triumph ovci Kentucky- Illinois has a more difficult as signment in Penn Siate. The Nit tany Lions have been tabbed the class of the East in some pre-sea son forecasts. A better line on the merits of both clubs should com after this one. Georgia Tech, 88-0 victpry rpve, Tulane, has a date with Florida, while UCLA, which could win. the Thomas' long fly to on Frank center, The Cardinals . overcame deficit to - drop the third Braves eight gamer, with seven left to a 6-0 place 'I don't think you'll see anything except the bif* three unless the Indians get a lead of maybe 3-1 with the next game coming up in our stadium. In that case I wouldn't be surprised to see Al Lopez hand the ball to Bobby Feiler. Bobby never has won a World Series game and tho fans would liko to see him have the chance." .What of Durocher's problem — assuming of course that he will get to pick a series starter. "Oh this team will be in there all right," said the Indian sleuth. And Leo will have to do some wful deep thinking. He'll have to ecide whether to lead with Sal taglie and hope to get him back or another'start in a long series r throw Antonelli at us the Jirst ay and hope to get the kid back wice more if it goes seven games. Vctually, I think Maglis will worry s more, than Antonelli. Except foi 3oby all our power'-hits righthand- d. Sal gave us trouble in oui inhibitions last spring." ISN'T THIS NICE? ,-. . OTTAWA, Ont.. (UP) —When Ed Morris returned to his parked car last nigh,t ha found' it sandwiched tight between tWo other a'utbs;' - After try-ng in'.vain' to get .rut, Morris gave up ' ap.d loft a note on one of the .offending cars which said: "Thanks T took a bus." When lie returned this morning Morris found a note on his windshield wrapped armtid a 25-cent coin. It said: "This will pay your fare home and back. I'm. sorry." Haddix, credited fifth with ard his off the.puce play. Harvey pitcher, was 18th triumph when Stan Musial doubled in the ninth, was sacrificed to third and scored on Bill Sarni's fly. The _ r pulled even in the eighth after.two homers by Eddie Math»Nos. 38 and 39 had helped the Braves build up a 6-0 lead inside four innings, A sacrifice fly enabled the Gin cinnati Reds to ; the Chicago Pacific C?p?t Utlo Kansas. Tfee Uclans rode oyor pjiegp Navy 67-0 Saturday. \V»sco» sift and Mississippi, who the preseason Top IP. BO tively. Cubs 7-6 in 10 innings. The Reds tied the score at 0-6 with two in the nineth and won in the next inning when Roy McMillan's Ion? fly drove Nino Escalera home from third. The Indians, refusing to let up streaked totheir 10th straight vie tory, defeating the Detroit Tigers 4-3 on Hank Majeski's threc-iui homer in the first inning. Mike Garcia registered HU 19th and the club's J08th of the season only two short of tho American League record of 113 set by the 1927 New York Yankees. Scoring all their runs in .th< eighth, the Yankee came fron behind to defeat the Philadelphia Athletics 4-2 for their 100th victor the greatest number of game Yankees have wpn in any c the sjx years uMer Pasey Stenge $lep.Queald's, three-run home was the bjg Wow, <pb,e Boston Red Spx mpved Petroit into fourth plave, whippin 0-? behind the sjx-h p{ Mel ParueU It was th victory, all against Wasnjng fpr tfta vetef^o £outhp,avy. wii puj most ot Jive seisw wit, important part in. tho second Mule- rider touchdown. Pat Perry of Magnolia, who ' pulled out of the Jniversity of Arkansas with the entry of Bowden ' Wyo.tt's single ving and the exit of platoon foot- sail, snagged ,1 John Clary pass tnd then lateraled to Clary for tho touchdown. ; Little RocK Junior College smacked Northeast Mississippi Junior College 27-2. at Little Rock Saturday night, The Trojans .mastered a' : heavier Mississippi line, in running up 30' yards net gain on the ground. 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Southern State College's Mule- riders, banking on a supply of six blanked East Centra State College 14-0 at HAVi Ada Friday. One of the transfers played an Senators- QU Coan drove in two runs witl hits to lead the Baltimore to a 5-1 victory over Chi Whit? So«. h^ates cojmbined to tji§ t«W PLANS See us today—for economical, quality-tested fir plywood and easy* tp-follow plans for 8 modem fir plywood built-ins. "REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Home improvements and repairs, BILLWRAY SUPPLY CO. Phone 7-2348 S. Walnut SPECIAL VINE RIPENED TOMATOES 4 Ibs. 49c Purina Fed Cage EGGS.... doz. 39c NEW CROP CANNING or EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEAN# RUSSELL & SON 901 West 3rd Street JP^I fti MM Hi II w £<f ELECTRIC CO. ANNOUNCE? A NEW POLICY! 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