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'*' . > " S<T-Aft. Aft KANSAS Wednesday, September 22. FIED lie In'tSiflcfe tJfc^.fieforfe Publication Loft * , I«« odvertlsirtfl eoby .unHr 5 P. m. for tfts,ft»lie*lh9 day.^ ,M tenetva Iho rlaht to bflcatjort ond «o rt|««t • tfrtfli*' advertlslftft. tub* '^eH* 1 '** 1 - mow '•!*»•«, 'f laurel such as house or •humb«r» count a* r on« Word. SNm* wJlli not b« ,mrx>l^ Mrt jrt , wont s Ad»«i uhlew ) failed/ to our attention ,.'<!meit!on 'of od ortd thtrt ths ONE,itteorrect Insertion. ' PROSPECT. 7- y 343,t- or Jonuory fiin 1927 „,, iy afternoon by A vrUBUSHING CO. ' PalmiBrV .Rra>fd«nt — nhburii/^tey-TlM., ili^BMlldlnO „ > '»W«,frS»f«tl.^. ^ r,^ ^rtuju^^ f In ad- ' Th«'. Associated Pr«i« belated Presses'?ntilled «X-. toMheVusa for republlcotlon B,'1o'sal, news printed in this per,, ! (as«wel|(,,as,.all«AP ifcnfii 1 " 1 *^ 1 ^ 1 ^*"^ ^ *» "* ** "** i IS S«ryic«« 011 •§*«! feriavattoft and Mtflfig Wdrk. Cobb MattreM Co, 810 South, Wftihiflgtom Phdfle Mar, 4-tf Funeral Direcfors FUNERAL IMSUttANGE . > , AMBULANCE * , PHONE 7-2123 AD4 Mo. TF CORMEL1US 'BUtttAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call 7-5503 for out agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale ONE 1948 ton artd a half truck, cheap. Call 7-2230. ' 21-3t Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 Used Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Fully guaranteed Good, Used Practice Piano Oklahoma Tire & Supply DROUTH emergency feeds. Range Cubesi Range Meal for salt mix- Ing. 10% Dairy and 60% Grain sweet feeds. Our prices are right. Call or see us. Phone 7-2547. HOPE FEED CO. Wade Warren, Manager. 22-Gt For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3600 10-tf THREE room apartment, nicely furnished.. Bills paid. 204 Bonnqr BOY'S Hope High Scnobl Class ring.' Initials — J\ G. W. Call Betty Saunders, 7-3170 between S and 6. 21-3t Wonted UNITED FARM'AGENCY Local Office — The Oaks Court- Phone PRospect 7-5883 We t Need Farms to;Sell piio 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. Real Estate for Sale AT 1907 South Elm, we have a beautiful 4 room home, practically-new, plenty builMns, hardwood floors^, car port. Situated close to the, hew- hospital. - , LARGE 5 .room--house.- Hardwood floors, t Venetian blinds, . large closets, spacious rooms. Real fire nlace, Car port and garage. 100' x 150' shady lot. Beautiful back yard. Payed street. 1023 Park Dr.iv.e. Henderson Flay Depends on Its Line By RAY STEPHENS ARKADELPHIA, OP, If Coach Duke Wells overcomes some glaring inadequacies in his line, the Henderson State Teachers College Reddios may make considerable noise in the. Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference this football season; i Wells, has two'j 1 strong, experienced learns ;>,;St'.'Henderson which wound iip last season with three triumphs and five defeats. Sixteen of his 38 squad .memliors are lettermen, including 10 veterans in the backficld. "If we can just get some tnckles and guards, f :ru:n wo can gj.' 1 said WelK "I've got two fine back fields, and Iv/o real good tailbacks. It's sure a-fine thin;; lo have two real good, tailbacks." Leading the single-wing offense at Henderson is Don Dyer, a two- year letterman who'.raked second in total offense in tho AIC lasl year. Back of Dyer is Gene Lewis another letterman. It's a toss of the coin between those two." said Wells. "One o them is a little better, in orte de partment. and the jther holds tho edge in something else 1 .' 4 Henderson also i* two-deep in leltermen at th^ other .backfielc ATLANTA OK Atrocious ng left 'Atlanta one down in the Series, and .manager Whitlow Wyatt called , on. Leo. Cfistante biggest winner to even the series with the Houston Buffs tonight, Houston, managed by Wyatt's old Brooklyn buddy .Dixie. Walker, ised nine, hitsiMnd'lt \yalk<; last light f?r a ,56*4 ? tr!umph in the 'irst game jrfl(;th0;i)}esi>of..seVeii se-< ries withitha/SoutltiEiltt^ssnj: cham j pions. . . •;' " kf tv- - "-•-"".•.''• Walkerts Texaj League, kingpins vasted no time : leapim? to a, 4' I eac} ..at sorter Glenn Thompson's •xperise in the first two innir.as. Tpur., other. Atlanta throwers, foU owed the big.-iiightliander and none showed anything that puz- led Houston batters. Cristante, whose 34-7 season roc- NICE 5 room, cottage, , hardwood floors, plenty closets, comfortable size rooms. Tile garage, 100' x 150' ,lot. Located close: to Fair Park. NICELY furnished 4 room duplex! apartment,. Frigidaire, inner spring mattress, Private entrance. Mrs. Cook, 908 West Ave. B. 20-Ot HERE is one you can buy cheap. 5 room house, large comfortable •rooms,. 'Needs some repair. Sec at 1300 Ada St. ' FURNISHED 2 room apartment, private entrance, refrigerator and washing machine. Bills paid, call 7-3193, , , 21-31 GOBBOL'D ' apartment. Nicely furnished. 3 rooms 'and breakfast is '' nook, • private bath and car port, block from,town. 321 W.' 2nd. 22-31 Business Opportunity BUSINESS OPPQRTUNUITY,N ,wife f iy Collect establish- ''•sgd' roufes in Hope, Prescott, and ON .corner of 7th &, Fulton St. we have a 5 room bungalow within 2 blocks of Grade school and near Fair.-Park. Situated on ' extra large lot. GREENING INSURANCE &• • 'REALTY, COMPANY FHA, GI & Conventional Loans Insurance, and Real Estate osilions, with; the cxcepUon o locking b^ick, where; three vet rans are on hand. Reeder Huddlost.on, a tliree-yeai man, and Bobby Smith arc at wing ack, with freshman Jack Jewel f Nashville running- a? the No. man. At blocking back, Wells can cal n Vern Buchanan, Snorty Mille nd Kenny Turner, Joe Goodwii vho lettered last year, and Ronni Sailey, a transfer from Little Rocl unior College, a>e Iho load in andidates a tfullback, with letter- nan Wade Bratton in reserve. Henderson's biggest weakness is t tackle, where Wells is well- tocked with big mon. who un- ortunately, are both .slow and in- xperienceci. Not a single letter vinner returned attackle . In an effort lo r.n'enathen the Dial: 7-4061 22-3t ,r• - ardlaws lor Shop ," ,B*WSt* - 4i*\ .,{, IV i '""1i" J . <i/e»<movea my, studio. Jewelry This fight replaces the championship battle in which Carter was to have met Padly D"Marco, ' who came up \s'ith a so.-e elbow. Their title battle w.as isschedulcd for N"ov. ;17. .. i " ' ;; • , .1 t- WUbV»3 *** 4*Vi* w l •*• *.y-«Jfc"-'v»'i W«»M t$ t 'ill uraon^ Car necessary. Good The Ca^er-rferman show wHl be _. __ . ., '^int-int^nliiTrf riira«Ti*?QH ( i*nm (,n6 C>O\\ EST; by CBS. Carter is favored, but it's difficult to pin down odds. Two years ago Herman, from Los Angeles, fought a 10-round nontitle draw, with Carter when he was lightweight champ. »ur. . , , . commissions.-See Mr. Anderson i nationallyr televised from nt.Tho Onlrs Mnndnv throush lp alace at / P- m ' (y V- m - ai; ,The Oaks, Thursday. Monday through , 20-6t Instructions. CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet j' and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo, Carter, Herman in 10-Rounder SAN FRANCISC.'O UP) Ex-Jight- weight kins Jimmy Carter meets Ifreddle (Babe) Ilcrnian Here tonight in a 10-round vvormup for his twice delayed title fight. Legal; Notice i-,;,-^- --fli- - SHARES D)a, CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef out qnd wrapped for deep fr«s?e. Beef for Deep Freeze 26 to 36 cent«, Rolph Montgomery Mkl. Phone 7-3361 MATTRESSES ' Rebuilt or Made Into InnerMrlng. Guar«nte«d Day $«rvl«« •^•« DAVIS Furnltur* & Mottreu Co. 110 9, Elm Street Phone 7-8212 No. 70G3 In this Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark Plaintiff Defendant Delia Nickels vs., Wpsco R. Nickels WARNING ORDER The defendant, Wesco R. Nickels warned to appear in this coin" within thirty days and answer th complaint of the Plaintiff, Delia Nickels. Witness my hand and the sea of said court this 7 day of Septem bcr 1954. Garrett Willis. Clerk (SEAL) W. S; Atkins, Attorney f6r Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney ad litom Sept 8, 15,- 22. 29 top's Service We are now wrecking several late model CARS and TRUCKS 'We also repair all makes and models of automobiles & Trucks. T. 0, (TOP) PORTER West ARMY SURPLUS Comic Books • New and Used, Closing • ^uns • Jeep Tops » Gas Cqns • Tqrps • Bunk Beds • and Hundreds of other [terns, REAVES BARGAIN NOUS! and PAWN SHOP Acroii From P^il Offifif LAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Bicycles, Tricycles and Wagons From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store Houston Over Atlanta SPORTS ROUNDUP Cots Journey to Smackover Friday Night Hope journeys to Smackover 'Friday night for an early-season date with the always-tough Buckaroos. Heretofore the teams have met later in the season. It will be Hope's first conference game. And ityitjoks like another rough weekend j fgr, the Bobcats. Smackover hOlR^;'a^iptory °vei- strong £ ai M!-J 13 t<i! °, Y,. Wld dr °PP in 2 present made pace, they will finish their first-game of the season 7-0 th • coacnt , ,.,ith .,rmvr,<i,v,niniv hnif NEW YORK (^Specialists who have examined the Brooklyn Dodgers minutely in an effort to discover wha'. happened to their internal machinery this season are uble now lo report that the defending league champions simply comedown with the slows under the di- Irection of their now manager, Walt Alston If the Brooks continue for the remainder of the week at their to Behton. . The Bobcats have one victory and the season with "approximately half as many stolen bases as they racked up for aggressive Chuck Mo&tCbaches. in SWC Ready for Saturday By JOE BENIHAM Associated . Press Sparta Writer The progress shown by Southwest Conference football te.uris so far has been a pleasant surprise to all tho loop's coaches except one Paul (Bear) Bryant of Texas ,. ui:Keu 101 . asgll;H51vt . ^ nmK one defeat. Last weeV they -lost Dressen last year; 45 as against to a better than average DeQucen eleven which may not lose a game all season. Outweighed by the Leopard's the are righthanders. ord topped Southern pitchers, will Bobcats will smack into even more face Willard Senmidt. whose 18-5 beef at Smackover. The Bucks th ° T ? xas ' Both boast a line that averages out at 183'pounds, per man and plenty of shifty, fast backs. Coach Martin said several of the players suffered leg and ankle injuries against DeQucen but believed Nuxhall Makes Grade With is-' By BEN PHLEGAR Associated Press Spoits Writer most of them would be ready Friday night. by The Bobcats fought valiantly against the Leopards who proved to be just a little stronger defensively and who took advantage of Hope mistakes. Experience was a noticeable factor, something which Roosevelt was president and Leo I the light Bobcat line is getting Durocher was mami[(in<j! Brooklyn when a 15-year-old high school boy each weekend; Meanwhile. Thursday night at 7:30 They will have grounded into about 25 more double plays than the 115 that were chalked up against them when Urcssen v/as signaling for the hit and run. Their opponents over ths season will commit some 35 fnwer errors than they did last year, when they were jittery under the pressures of the Dodgers' running game. There is no disposition to blame Alston. He inherited a club which had aged cnc year, und he probably was told that he could sit bnclc and let his veterans drive the runs across. If so, he was a- victim of poor advice. A&M. Bryant, whose Aggies collapsed under a 41-9 pounding by Texas Tech last Saturday night called a rare for him Monday work out to cure what he said was inadequate physical shape. 'We're not running thorn from Hamilton, Ohio, look- the the Magnolia B team will take on mound for the Cincinnati Reds one the Hope seconds in Haminohs Sta- osition. Wells moved veteran cen- er Harold McKinhey to tackle, "quadman Paul Dickson may p,et he starting call'at the other post. f he fails, freshmen Quinton Tag- jart of De 'Queen and Joe Cald- vell of Hot Springs will try their uck. Wells believes ho is in gray afternoon in June. 1944. The youngster missed the catcher completely with eight of his first nine pitches and finally staggered through one inni;? with live rus snored ngainst him on five runs scored against him on ' Ten years late:..- .Too Nuxhall has made the grade in the big time. The lefthander, who was the youngest player over to wear a major league uniform and probably the wildest, has conquered hio control problems and has n tidy 13-4 won-lost record for the fourth place Rcdlegs. ; His 12 victory camo yesterday and was the best of tho dozen. He .pave the Milwaukee Braves only six hits, struck out six and'walked but two in winning his third jdium while the local Junior crew will make its first outing with a journey to Tcx'arkana. complete game shutout, 5-0. and his , . S^jfuxhall pitched, only one other tinning in ; 1944. it was .for Binning- Ham in -the Souther Assn,..and ; it was even: worse; five walks' and six' rus.; 'The youngswr.. dropped to hape : at guard, mpsl.lv because!! Class : D in 1.945'then quit'for A year (Ml-AIC guard Allan Howard anrl?: 8 ^ w , e nt back to high school. ptterman Archy Patrick and Bilfl" The " road back has been a long Sargo K who lettered. iat-.i^Hendrixl 0110 •• - Munice,\.TulK.i, Columbia, wo years ago, are .''s'life'Tto scefl S >, C -..X.Charleston;. W. 'Va..' 1 " Tulsa )lenty of ; Action. A- fino crop of ! | £ ?'ga)ri'..and finally Cincinnati in "reshmen guards include such high'A 952 - In the past two reasons with school standouts as James Cornel-; us of Hope, Jim floss of ArkadcU phia'.-and Bill Phillips of De Queen. Charles 'Shard, a converted fulV. jack, and Jack Eobey will man .he ends, with IcUei.-man Gordon Beasley an.i Harold Tillery running second string, Sharp was moved to take advantage of, his exceptional lass catching ability. Rob&y ranked sixth in the AIC last season as a receiver. Only three men are on hand at center, with letterman Dale Dcem- cr almost sure to start. The other t\yo centers, Joe Willis .of Hope and Roland Gulp of GuVdon, are. freshmen. Wells sums up his team this way: "We have strong backfield material, but we're weak in the line, particularly at tackle. We're slow, but pretty good at guard, and in fair shape at end, but we lack depth at center." They'll have to peddle the Philadelphia Athletics to some section of the country other than Texas. A recent iveek spent in that stale disclosed that tho desire ;o pos sess a big league team of any description has abated to the vanish ing point; "It was silly in the firit place." las, which cnly a few months back league enough," 1 ' he commented "Although it isn't the fault of tho boys, they re not in as goo-.l physical shape s I thought they were." Tho Aggir-s tried early under the ressure of heat and Tech's high- rcssure attack last week, and 3ryant called it :i major factor n their defeat A&M plays, Okla. oma A&M Saturday night at Dallas, Otherwise, the SEC was a sweet- ess-and-llght affair as far as |r tntemcnts from the coaches were AMERICAN LEAGUE asserted a leadii-.:; citizen of Dai- was yelling its civic head off "II this town couldn't s.ippor: a professional football club, how could it expect to suppo.t big baseball?" Cleveland New York ' Chicago Boston Detroit Washington Baltimore Philadelphia W 1013 101 93 . 07 65 G-4 ; 53 L 41 40 5-3 83 e.i •'8.1 ; 9S Pet., GB .727 .073 8 .(;J6 ICi'i .447 42 .433 44 .430 44'/» .351 56'i Another discouraginu item is the heat. The record spell of 100 de grce weather they've lived through his sumrntr would have made ai awful ordeal of daytime bail. 49 102 .332 BO'/a Ran into the master, Frank jeahy, at San Antonio, and car 'eport that the man who gave U] coaching Notre Darno lo give his nervous insicles a fighting chance ilrcady looks about a dozen years younger. . Yesterday's . Results New York 3, \Va.';hington .1. Boston 4-4,. Philadelphia 3-3 Chicago 9, Cleveland 7. Baltimore. 4, Detcoit 3 : CLOUSE .REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7.33*9, § U«rge Enough to Serve You I Small EnPHBh to Know You! * fenrist •Hj£jyuyE>» »'- Have Your Car PAINTED NOW! Fora* CtOK A/V Uw as 3>OD,UU While yog are hqving your car painted we can dp that work on your motor, brakes or tody work. Expert mechanics always aygHable,' Fights Last Night By The Associated Press . NEW ORLEANS Carlos Chavez, 140> /2 , Los Angeles, outpointed Bobby Woods, 135Vi, Spokane, 10. Detroit Rocky Casillo, 140'/ 4 , Blue Island, 111. outpointed Bob Rossie, 148 ! ,i, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 8. Hazleton, Pa Lulu Perez, 132, Brooklyn, outpointed Jerry Drouin, 134, Montreal 10. EXTRA SPECIAL 4 2c OFF TP »wr Regular Cw?tomers the. Reds he wo nil) and lost 15. ''In 'the American League yester day the New York Yankees set a record, and the pennant-Winning Cleveland Indians didn't. The ^ank.s beat Washington 3-1 for ijt)e,ir..'.lOlstT'-victory, tho most games qver won by a runner-up in tho junior circuit. The Indians, needling only one game to tie the all- Lime mark of 110 victories in the league, lost to Chicago 9-7. Bob Grim, a 24-year-old bartender from Brooklyn, became the first Yankee rookie in 34 seasons to win 20 i'ames. He gave up only four hits, all singles, in funnlna his record to 20-6. In other action yesterlay the New York Giants continued their winning ways with a 5-2 triumph at Brooklyn. Chicago 'took a double-header from the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-3 in 10 innings and 3-2 in pi/a. The Boston Reel Sox beat the Philadelphia Athletics twice by 4-3 scores. The first game ran 10 innings. The double loss and a 4-3 Baltimore victory over Detroit consigned the Athletics to the American League cellar. ; The Philadelphia Phillies and the Pittsburgh Pirates.were rained out. Bob Turley drove out five as Baltimore clinched seventh place, one-inotch-higher than the club finished a year ago when it was the St. Louis Browns. Todaylsijiaames-' Chicago at ClS^elijiid ''''->: Washington at New York Detroit at Baltimore (Only Gam.es Scheduled), NATIONAL LEAGUE A citizens Olympic committee numbering ISO of Melbourne's ci /ic leaders, has betn organized t< arrange. for the oadd'n;; down o he thousands of visitors expected or the lSo6 Olympics in that Aus :ralian city. As Melbourne boasts only ubou 4>£ hotels of any size, it is piannec o stake out sufficient privat lomes far in advance to tnke care of the great overflow New York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati . Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh 95 g4 SS 02 . 86 04 ..74,., 77 ' G9 77 703 80 02 89 !)3 94 .638 • .537 7 ! -i .573 9'/i .400 22 .473 24V-. .407 251/2 .411 34 .361 41 Yesterday's Results Cincinnati 5, Milwaukee 0 New YorK 5, Brooklyn 2 Chicago 4-3, St. Louis 3-2 Pittsburgh at 'Philadelphia (ppd, rain- J . TOO BAD MIAMI, (.UP) Brooks Johnson, an economics profassor at the Un'jr versity of Miami, field a petilkfli for bankruptcy in Federal court here. M Legal Notice LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that ip with Act No. 193 of thp 'Assembly pf Arkansas foj- 1845,^ the following pei;- rty belonging to Hempstead' County, Arkansas, will bfs sold to the highest and best biddql' uppn sealed bids received by the County Judge at his Office in th^ County Court House, to^wit: .') One Link-Belt Speeder LS-51 | Dragline, Serial No. 6G200, i with Caterpillar D3U Engine, i Serial No, 7S6516. Appraised value of $8600.00, •, Terms of Sale: Cash. ) Time of Sale: Bids will be received until 2:30 P. M., OetobeV 15th, 1954. County Judge reserving, all rjghtii Rehibilitation of KY. Race Track Likely By ORLO ROBERTSON NEW; YORK i/flA plan designed to rehibilitate Nevv York trnctis at the., cost, of somo in million dolr Iflrs • thro'ugh tho morger of the four-' New', York racing associations and the doing away of all private •profits was und?r consideration today- ,''•:..'• • / '' •.-.-..••- v •'• . The plan, drawn up ,by fl ( spcpial committee '• represeat,in.<S tiic Jock,- ey Club ca|is for the probable concentration i)f all racing in ,'tha met- rppolitan r.rea. at th^iv rerbyilt Eel- rripnt Park .and extensive improve- .pie'rit¥ ; .'-"'tp' . the yncjeiit Saratoga track at upstate Saratoga Springs. Under the plan, tU'e Jpekey Club wpulcl. take pypr the sjpck o| .the four present racing associations for an estimated $,2ti,§qQ,p.OO, then operate , the spprt on a basis. Today's Gsmes New York:, at Brooklyn Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at Chicago Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2) By The Associated Press Dixie Series (best-of-7) Houston TL 10, Atlanta (8) Houston leads 1-0. American Association semi-final' (best-of-7) Louisville 4, Columbus 2 10 in nings Louisville wins 4-3 Western League .finals (best-of-5 Des Moines 2, Denver 1 Des Moines wins 3-1. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK Ml Selected pro-1 the Un 'versity of Toledo. . . . . _. i ' TTo v»11-\/4r-/-i« 1«1-s .-n. T4 x. .3 .» Did you know that Willy Mays at 23, is only the filth nght-hande jatter.m. all, the history of the Na iional Leafiiie to hit as many a 41 home -runs in a, season? Well he is.' The other 'four to hay equaled or'bettered the figure ar Hack Wilson, Ralph Kiner, Roger Hornsby and Roy Campanella All were comparative veteran when they did it. oncerned. Arkansas Coach Bowclcn Wyatt week. "The best opener in memory" Price, said the cam looked sharp State Indians Not So Well Off Now BY RAY STEPHENS JONESBORO, {.ft This is the year the thorns could break through on the once rose-padded path of the Arkansas State College Indians. After three years of outstanding teams which appear in four postseason' bowl games the Indians face the prospect of re-build ins under a new coach. Glen Harmeson, former assistant at Purdue and a vel.oran coach, has taken over ^t Scale from Forrest (Frosty) England, whose success here won him a promotion to vatchcd as his starters showed a satisfactory defense against Tulsa plays rim by the reserves. The Corkers play the Hurricane. Satu-day at FaycttovUl; in Arkansas' season-opener. Wyatt ' reported a •oaster free of injuries and said he vas hopeful of (jetting the campaign started with a full squad. University of Texas Coach Ed Price called the 'Longhorns' 20-6 victory over Louisiana State last my first offensively, with fewer pass interceptions and fumbles than might have, been expected this early in the season. He warned the conference co- champions that they would meet "a typical Notre Dame team" Saturday at South Bend ."Tough lasf% and well-coached with lots of '1 spirit." George Sauer, watching movies of Baylor's 53-13 victory over Houston last week, adrrillled "I didn-'t think we'd be this far along". The with the films in preparation for againsth Houston. Vanderbilt at Nashville- Sauer cited veteran tackle James Rny Smith and back L G Dupre. and a host of sophomores; on thoj number ,two team ;for ^their play against Houston • '. •""" • Rice also had a light workout, s-ince the Owls i\v3 kilo this week Coach Jess Neeley took ti easy on the squad through a 'scrimmage, out in shorts, and sent the rest of the squad through n scrimmage The Owls beat Florida 34-14 last Saturday. Abe Martin '< to.id sophomonsh Texas Christian they would beat. Oklahoma this week if they "stop* them and make lew mistakes yourselves". The Frogs play the Soon- ers Saturday at Norman. Martin expressed a cautious op- limism about the game, commenting, Oklahoma isn't any better than Michigan State was last : year, and if we hadn't mad'j some mistakes up there last year, we'd have beaten them". TCU led the top-ranked Spartans 19-7 going into'the last quarter before losing 2649 Lastly 27- week the Frogs dropped Kansas 37-6. Freshman turned out 40 strong to boost the size of the Southern Methodist drills, Mack scrimmages, occupied the Mustangs, who don't open the season until Oct. 2. The; Methodists were reported in forily good shape by Coach Chalmer, iWoody) Woodard. who said only back Don Mclirhenny, a • regular,^? and tackle Stan Coker, a reserve were out. Mclllheanny is due back. gramo tonight NBC — 7:15 Frank Sinatra records; 8 Groucho Marx- 8:30 Bit Story, "Inliateil Legman/ 1 . . . CBS—6 Tennessee Ernie: 7 FBI Drama, "The Windfall;" :j Crime PHotog, "Stret eCarnival". . .ABC 6:30 Lone Ranger; 8:30 Whiteman Varieties. . .MBS 7 Squad Room; 8:30 Family Theater, "Tennesse's Partner." : ...W!NPY AUTO-DEALER. "WASHINGTON, (UP) The Weather Bureau was swamped with < inquiries yesterday after a radio announcement said. "Hurricane Jerry is Uus to strike the city." Th elisteners hadn't stayed tuned long enough to discover that "Hurricane Jerry" is 3 windy auto dealer named Jerry Sla«le. tp reject any and by bids received Witnessed my hand and seal o/ si} id Court on this 21$t day of Sep tember, 1954. XJ. Q. .Qarrett ol Park, the newest and mpst mpdern of th« New York vacing plants, would be recon- at an estimated cpst P| . Another $3,ooo,QOO spent in modernizing Saratoga; \yhich epwpAos during M- gi.|st. Jsmocio would be torn down soJ4 $J5,OQQ,000. W\ Harmeson inherited a squad riddled by graduation, and must mold a team from 44 e«mdidates, 21 of whom are freshmen. Harmeson said State probably won't win more than three of its nine games this fall. "We're not silly enough to think future at u cost of between $35,7 000,000 and $40,000,000. To finance the project, the Jockey Club would raise funds through long term borrowing.. The plan, presenter! yesterday to Ashley T Cole, ehaivma.u of the Racing Commission, already has advanced to the extent that The Jockey Club hnr. options on 80 per cent of the stock of the Westchester Racing Assn. which Park. that we'll run anybody out of the park this season," he commented '.'Our schedule is w.'iy over our heads. Among other strong schools, State will meet powerful Mississippi State in its second game. "We' certainly ought to know wh»t we've" got after that one," said Harmeson. "Our big troubla is that we've got champagne on bur minds and beer money in our- pockets," ?aJd the outspoken Harmegpn. "We'd like to play big time, but we just don't havo the budget to compete with that kind of opposition-" Another of the Indians' troubles this year is a schedule which forces them to play three out-of-state games in succession. After opening at home against j^ewis College, State must travel to play Mississippi State, Florence. Ala., State Teachers, and Southwest Louisiana on successive Saturdays. The biggest loss from last years team, whivn won eight againt no defeats and' two ties, was Littje ( All American halfback Richie Wo}t However, Harmeson beHeyes he soon. •GOOD' REASON PORTSMOUTH, Eng., (UP ) Charles Jones was fined $2.80 today for pulling the emergency cprd and stopping a Brighton-Ports^: mouth train "without reasonable cause." Jones said his hat blew out window. COACH WINS TICKETS RICHMOND, Vn., (UP) Merrick, coach of the University ot Richmond, is doubly sure he'll b» at the Richmond-Hampden Sydney football game Saturday. He won two tickets at a drawing, held by the Richmond Quarterbacks Club yesterday. pf the starting pair, . State is strong at quarterback, with two standout performers from Little ROCK battling for the starti ing job Bobby Spann, who led th* team last year, has the edge, but 1 may sit out the, opener because oj a hand injury. If Spann is out, Larry Wilson will start, Sophomora Hilburn is pressing both of the veterans. The weak spot in State's backy field is fulloack, which suffers frpn JacK of pepth. The starter will Hare vyHill of Osceoia, Harmeson needs rao,ve strep at center and tackle, but he's stgui at guard. Starting at guard, w|Jj is well-stocked at \vtoere freshma.r( Robak'oJ . Ind, and letterman, pf , Bob Hannnpnd. an4 Joe, HOP! SfAK, Wednesday, NEVER TAKE ADVICE FROM A WOM AM ON SHAVING TAK^ THE RA20R AND USE FAST, LOOPING, . 'I'J. I CAN'T UNDERSTAND WHV MEfJ TAKE SO LONG SHAVING IN THE MORMING CLEOPATfiA'S FiATHUH STROKES FROM RIGHT TO LEFt STOUE CRUM HER TOMB, Bv J. R. William* —VOL) . , "HBV, |t= ANYBODY FOR ME I'LL BE UP IW THE BATHROOM vVA-S-HlKl'DP/"? 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