Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 21, 1954 · Page 19
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IBS" < y ', « MATCftESS fe«6Vfltl6ft and g WOttt-JSbbb MatteeM Cd. South WaihlfiStofc. Phbfle MM, 4-tf 3¥pM If 8 PI If Aft, HfPl, ARKANSAS |J||p?|if^ fue*toy,$fe|»e-|iibef41» . ertUefctenu of* <W)d to rtj«» tfibftObW adveHlilno sub- mof«-.l*H«ri/ tuth on houta or . ioh of od and th«n insertion. lope Star $ri/_ IT'> ,»' ONE 1948 ton and cheap. Call 7-2230. JohuarV IB, m» a.r, Siey-TrM, $tar;,,Bulldlna 4^ , ' S»rMl ^ ' tiim, Editor 1 ?*. Publlihtr Momiglng Idltor f»Ulng |VWT»« (,AflT4(tl*ll1fl • »•-"• — »« »«£HejJjH<r^ M«eh.> Sujrt. v Slj.Mo'nd clatl moltsr at Hopt, - AVkartiai, fko'f/tha Audit, liiuau »f ubscrlptlon Rotes' (payable In ad- gWWr"-;v -vanrt): 'eorrli'il'ln 'Hope and nelohborlno mall 'In'. Hernpstead,, Nevada, tta./Howard, and MllUr coun- ' 2.60 ;.,.. 4,50 ,....,;:,. .'..,''i .10 aWsa' Sterlck 505 ' Texas YTexrftf 360 N. 60 IE. t ' , dlt,,^,!;' Mien.; • fhe>s.e Funeral Director* HOME AMBULANCE & UA2EL * , . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo, TF HfiftNDOM CORNfiLlUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION targesl and Oldest in South Arkansas, Call 7-5305 for our i agents A234 Mo. For Sole Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values In 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL 'GAS RANGES • Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply a half truck, 21-3t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable, 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. ' 10-tf room apartment, nicely furnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. NICELY furnished 4 room duplex apartnient, Frigidaire, inner spring mattress, Private entrance. Mrs. Cook, 908 West Ave. B. 20-6t Lett SMALL navy bltra and white polka dot scarf in downtown area. If fouhd, please call or see Bobbie ttahsen, Hooe Star, Phone 73431. 13-St BOY'S Mope High School Class riftg. Initials — J. G. W. Call Betty Sauhders, 7-3170 between 8 and 6, 21-31 Wanted UNITED FARM AGENCY "Local Office — .The Oaks Court Phone PRospect 7-5883 We Need Farms to Sell Due to many recent Sales, and the • "Farm buying" season approaching, we. must have more farms to sell. Nation Wide Advertising and a- 30 year reputation. For results: CALL US NOW: Box 184 Hope, Ark. Giant Victory Sends Team Into Series By BEN PHLEGAR Associated Press Sports Writer h'Sme of the Dodgers. D men clinched the pennant with a 7-1 victory. Appropriately Willie Mays picked j the occasion to take over the National League batting lead with three hits. The "Say Hey" kid released f;om the- Army just in time to reach training camp, is battering the ball at a 344 clip. Sal "the fiarber" • Magl'.f was razor sharp as iie scattered five hits. The only Brooklyn run came jr. the third when Maglie's control The Cleveland thdisins and Now Inserted him momentarily and hs walked Pee Wee Reese and Duke Snider with two out. Gil Hodges followed with what starlet! out to be a routinj fly, then it sank rapidly in the murky nirjht and fell just in front of Mays, who made a belly slide on the slick .turf. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GI5 York Giants open ibo World Series in the Polo Grounds a week from tomorrow nnd the flags in Florida probably are flying at half mast. For the first time sinco bnscba.'l magnates became convinced their athletes would be better conditioned for the 154-game grind with the help of warm si'.;i and palm Ires in the early spring'. Florida doesn't have a .World Scries'entry. The Indians and Giants shunned the orange juice circuit fcr the sands and sun of Arizona. With only the Chicago Cubs and Baltimore Orioles aro'jiul for major league companions, the two clubs played each other ofirn enough to know the players by heart. On their barnstorming lour back to the majors the Giant:; whipped the Indians 13 times in 31 games, often by such score.? as 20-14 or 13-9. . • . Al Lopez flatly predicted a pennant for nis Indians and made good as of last Saturday. Now he's after a new all-time high in victories, Leo Durocher said he never made predictions, then : quickly added his Giants, with the return of Willie Mays, "will' be a lot, stronger". ' ! J American League "Brooklyn is the team to' beat,"' lhe 1927 Yankees. Oklahoma Ranked First in Grid Poll i By ED CORRIGAN NfcW YOftK W'itl.c University of Oklahoma, ranked ri.aht behind Notre Dame in pro-season forecasts, reigned today as the No. 1 college football tenm in the country pending relums from all the precincts.. . , Sad Bud Wilkinson's Sooners, Who crushed California 27-13 in their openei, were all alone at the top of the first weekly Associated Press poll of the season. The na- in the basis of i'.'-> crushing 26-G victory over Tuiane. That was the only char?u of any importance over the pre-season poll. The top 10 teams with first place Votes in parentheses and total points, based on 10-9-8-7-5-4-3-2-1 FURNISHED 2 room apartment,, private entrance, refrigerator and washing machine. Bills paid, call 7-3193. 21-3t Cleveland New, York Chicago Boston- Detroit Washington Baltimore Philadelphia Business Opportunity BUSINESS*OPPORTUNUITY N,, . VtAN and wife to collect established routes in Hope, Prescott, and Gurflpn. Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson at The Oaks, Monday through Thursday. 20-6t Found 1928 HOPE High School class ring. Owner can get same by paying 'tor ad and writing Maliom Cooley, 109 40. 100 49 93 .58 . (ij 83 84 84 C2 98 47 100 05 04 732 671 9 , 613 7% 439 44. 436 44 432 441/z 345 "57'-a 319 CO run lead in the first inning on a v/alk to Whiley Lockman, Al Dark's single followed by n sacrifice and singles by Mays and Hank Thompson. Don Muller's single and doubles by Thompson and Monte Irvin pro- by Thompson and Monte Irvin produced two runs in the sixth. Durocher called his tenm a better outfit than the 1931 pennant winners who caught Brooklyn and won in a playoff f.f.tcr being far behind in mid-August. Walt Alston, freshman manager of the losing Dodgers, congratulated Leo and said: "There is a lot of difference between those two teams, mine and his. I only hope he can go out now and beat Cleveland." While the Giants wore clinching their flag, the Indians won their llth straight and ran their victory total to 109, only one short of the record set by votes, good for 789 points. Notre Dame, which will get its baptism of fire under Terry Bren nan against Texas Saturday, was ranked second with 613 points. The Irish were followed, in order, by Maryland. Texas, Georgia Tech Illinois, Michigan State. UCLA, Mississippi. Baylor and Wisconsii — the latter two tied for tenth. Georgia Tech, which was sixth in the pre-season poll moved past Illinois, which hasn't played yet, I' ASLA SDEPORf At>6N 1 Oklahoma (56) 789 2 Notre Dame (11) 613 . 3 Maryland- (9) 571 4 Texas (31 541 5 Georgia Toch (2) 373 6 Illinois 273 7 Michigan Staia 237 8 UCLA (2) 232 9 Mississippi (.11 1;>2 10 (tie Baylor 142 10 (tie) Wisconsin 142 Second ten .„.. (UP) Fedeft walked Jr.to the tT. S. Office here to be deporled "to my native court- try"—Mexico. Other disposition of his case was decided upon when it was discover, ed Ybarra was supposed to be serving a 15-yeav sentence at tn&tf Harlem Prison farm. get IWOfC ROOlfl -out home with Built" Ins Leo said in April. Bobbv Feller pitched the Indians He followed his own 'advice. He/ to a 7-4 triumph over the Chicago beat them opening day w'itH WillicJj-White Sox with the help of home Doby and Vic Wertz. five more games to Mays hitting and last ing' a 423, foot home run I runs wy Larry night in Ebbets ' Field, Cleveland has play. The battles for fourth place, am its share of the rich World Series loot, tightened in both Leagues. Cincinnati .split * >vith .'Milwaukee, winning 3-1 after losing 6-2, and holds a two game lead over St. Louis. The Cardinals defeated Chicago 7-2 with five rims in the 10th inning. The idle Philadelphia Phillies are les? than half a percentage point behind the Cardinals. Boston held fourth in the American League with, a G-2 <riumph over the Athletics. Detroit, half a game back of the Red Sox, defeated Baltimore 4-H and Washington, another half game behind, shaded the Yanks 3-2. . See us today—for ecoi.. i nomical.quality-te.sted Cr plywood and easy- to-follow plans for 8 modern fir plywood built-ins. REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Home Improvements and repairs. BILL WRAY SUPPLY CO. Phone 7-2348 S. Walnut Yesterday's Result's Boston fi, Philadelphia 2 Cleveland 7, Chicago 4 Detroit 4. Baltimore 3 Washington 3, New York 2 Today's Garnea .Washington, at. Ke»v York Chicago ft Cleveland (nighO Philadelphia it Boston Detroit at Baltimore NATIONAL Route 3, Nashville, Ark., formation, for in- 21-lt (let; rfj6y_ecl r rhy ,tst lid i o &i*»B'c 7 tei_ street j.sjewelry Fights Last Night By r -The Associated Press NEW YORK Luther Rawlir.«, 148-Chicago, stopped Fvankle Fernandez, 144—, Honolulu. 2 Brooklyn Hector Constance, 7J4, Trinidad, ou<pointed Chico Varona," 150, Cubn, ,10 Paris Ray Famochon, 125<4, France, stoi/ped Jean Sneyprs, 125 '/4, Belgium, 3 for European featherweight titlp New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati Philadelphia St Louis Chicago Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pet GB 94 !i4 635 88 61 591 6% 86 73 (it) 70 00 53 G3 77 77 78 83 94 577 Si/a 487 21 473; 24 473 24 403 34 ]'., 3G1 Yesterday's Results St Louis 7, Chicago 2 (10 innings) KJ Milwaukee 6-1, Cincinnati 2-3 New York 7, Brooklyn 1 "(Only sames sc'noduled) Today's Games New York at Brooklyn Cincinnati at Milwaukee St Louis at Chiwago (2) Pittsburch at'P>\ibdclphia (3) In 1953, New York State's 3,525,448 passenger automobile owners paid $55,669,353.04 in registration fees, > nr» E - ca CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze; Beef for Deep Freeze 25, to 35 cents. 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