Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 1, 1954 · Page 14
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Irre^uldr or 3k!pi date dd$ will take the one-day rat*/ All ddtly efoMlfled advertising. copy trill, . to .acteMed unfit 5 p. rt. for pdbikiHflorr this 1 Allowing day. trie iJUbllsheri reserve' the right t« revlie ot edit all ddvertliementi of' feYed for publication and to reject arty objectionable advertising tub* Initiate of one or more letfefi/ flroupt'or figures such 'as houi*'or telephone numbers count as one word. TM'Hdpe'Star will not be responsible f6f error* Itt Want Ads unleii' error* art? called to our attention after .FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the' ONE Inc6rrett Insertion. •PHONEf PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star PhU 1«27 January II, 1«1» PublWiod eVeiV-Weekildy 'bfternbon by .STAR rUBLISHINO CO. ,€.•,!.: Palmer, preildent , ; H. Wa»hburn, Secy-Tree, at The Star Building 11 J'14 1 South Wolnut Street , •; Hop«, ; Arkoniai Alex. M. Woihburn, Editor t Publlibef Paul H. Jon«i, Managing Editor* J*» M. Davit, Advertliln* Manager Georgi W. Holmdr/ Mcch: S.upt. Entered at second clan matter et Iht Pott Office at Hope, Arkaniei, under the M of March 3, 1197. Member of 'the Audit lurea'u el Subscription Rates (payable In ad,' vonce): •y carrier In Hope 1 and neighboring towns— Per week ..., ; , 25 »5r year 13.00 i By mall In Hsmpstead, Nevada, . LoFayette,' Howard, and Miller coun- , One month .- 85 Three months...., 1.60 'II* months , 2.60 One year 4.50 , All'other moll- One month >.),..„ , 1.10 ,' three, months 3.25 f ttx-' mohthi ..'...: 6.50 One year , 13.00 •'}, .i'n \ n ' . , t , Hefl Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; 1602 St*>Hck ildfl.,' Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas f,ankj*ldg.7'. pal/of 2/VTeXas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, 1, Jll«; 60 _£. 42<rst. < ,N«w York ,17,' N. Y.,V 1763 •enobseot elclg.) Detroit 2, • Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, ' °H" fhe. Associated Press Is entitled ex'; eluilvaly-toi'the use for- republicatlon. pf all fthe local novyi,printed in this newspaper, as will as all AP. n*ws dispatches, ' • " fHA ; H^iiBuiiaferVwfrjf Co; x . ...^pfrqps 7-2381 .,, §tt IMHXH fir plyuvoj In.pecHon Call i L I T V F A H M CQUU J MENT . I T.in>. life^V ^-: t-A WaV* Your Car PAINTED NOW! &*:, $35.00 While you ore hqving cqr pointed we cqn thot work on ypur l?rgke$ pr body always regulating. estimates. Factory exper- 1V Relief, 423 Mairi, Texarkanb, - Tex. 23'0t UPHOLStJERlNG, tailored seat covers, door panels, Headlining, We repair old seat covers, paint job's -loto as $40.00.For free estimate, see Snner K. May at Ben son' Auto Service. Hiway 07 West e 1 , AfkV 29-3t OAKCftE"st FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE ,,. . AMBULANCE 2ND & HA2EL'. . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF __„. *^ - i j fir plywood and,easy. to-folk»w plans for"8 modw» fir plywood built-inm. REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Home Improvements and repair*. BILL WRAY SUPPLY CO. Phone 7-2348 S, Wolnut COttNELlUS BURIAL • ASSOCIATION Largest an'd Oldest In South ArknftsaS< Call ^-5905 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 Used Detroit-Jewel Gas Ranges Fully guaranteed Good, Used Practice Fiario Tire & Supply Female Help wondering where you are tf> ggt Christmas money? Avott Has dperiihgs in Hope and Rural areas; It will ptiy 'you to inquire. Write—Mrs. HulSey, Albert Pike Station, Hot Springs. Salesman Wonted WANTED AT ONCE — Rawlefgh • Dealer in" Mope. For -Particulars ,'see A. L. McBeth, 355 Pine St., i»'Stamps, Atk. or write Raw> leigh's, Dept, AKJ-C41-R, Memphis, Tenh. . 1-lt Losf or Strayed LIBERAL reward for return of small female black Cocker Spaniel pup. No questions asked. Lost frorn Fair Grounds. Apply ;8t Metropolitan Show office. Ask for Albert Gerand. l-2t Sucineii Opportunity PINE Bluff Mercantile wants man and wife to collect established routes in ttopei Preseott, and Gurclon. Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson at The Oaks after 7 p. m. MOrt- day throueh Thursday. 27-Ot Oilers, NLR TopSchoolbdy Go me of Week By The Associated Press The Big Seven high school fool' Two Straight f0r<Skmtsi Series Play By LEO H. PETERSEN CLEVELAND (UP) — The Now York Gi'ahts'sent Ruben Gomez to the mound against Mike Garcia today in an altem'pt to rhake it three in a row over the Cleveland Indians and virtually assure ofic of the greatest upsets in WorM Series history. Installed overflight as 2-1 favorites to win' a series they entered a 17-10-underdogs, Manager Leo Du- rochet's arnaziii;? Giants rode the crest of Hvo drama-packed triumphs as they invader! Cleveland's enormous Municipal Stadium with a chance to wrap it all up in four or five games. The Giants mndo it two in a row with their 3-1 victory at the Polo Grounds yesterday and now luxuriated in the knowledge that no team ever has won the first two games of a sevon-game World Series and failed to tako the championship. Broadway odds-makers, \vho held the Giants so lightly only throe days ago, installed ths Indians as 7-5 favorites in the third gamo but were quoting only 10-1 odds against the possibility that the New Yor ers would win in four straight the possibility that the. New York knack of coming through in the clutch coupled with the Indians equally remarkable futility with runners on base had National Leaguers convinced thoy ara about to crown the first- world champion — ' •- ball race will be under way ' in since the St. Louis Cardinal? upset ROPF.R Table top gas range in r u n force after tomorrow night's the Boston Red Gox in the 1940 goodcoAditiOn. 217 N. Elm. Phone J g anl es. Littl eRock goes to Hot scries - good coAditiOn. 217 N. Elm. Phone;|g arne s. Littl eRock goes to 7 ' 3333 - 27 - 6t Springs and North Little Rock entertains El Dorado, thus getting TAGGERT- seed oits, germination 00%. $1.25 per bushel. Phone 74931. 27-6t breakfast room suite. Call Mary Hamm at 7-3584 or-72015. 29-3t REGISTERED guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull calves. Hale Guernsey Farm. Prcscott, Ark. 29-3t 1947 JEEP station wagon. Best offer buys. Phone 7-4597. 30-3t LOTS of green .peas at my farm at old dunlap near Blevins. $2.00 per bushel. W. C. Johnson. l-3t Lost WHlTE-faced bull weighing,; about 1500 Ib. When last seen had lariat around neck and will be somewhere around Richard Arnold's place South of DeAnn. Liberal scries. Battling with their backs to the wall, the team which set an Amer- cvery Big Seven team in the -can League record of 111 victor riward for^any,information. ;Cqh- ' tact'GuyiMartin, Patmos. Phofte' 1 ' 8 standings with at laast one conference game. 'Class AA 'and Class A teams follow the same .pattern, bringit-g to 24 the total number of high school conference games scheduled tomorrow night. Little Rock is uvico-boaten after three straight games with out-of- state teams. The Tijjers whipped Treadwell High o fMemphis 34-14 arid then found the goins; too tough. They lost 2-0 to Texarkana, Tex. and found themselves buried 46-30 by Istrouma High"" of'Baton Rouge, L'a. In contrast, Hot Springs has not won a game this season. The Trojans' only conference game was ! ii 38-0 loss to Texarkana. Last week they fell to Ben ton C-0. ' North Little Rock has been beaten once going into its conference opener with rugged and uh defeated E"~" ' ™ — 7-2035. 29-3t halftiacks • .-Bobtoy>\Bsjtes and James Mooty have 1 '-been a big factor in three straisht vie- torie's. One of the wins was a Big Seven conquest of Fort Smihh .In other Big Sevort earnes Texarkana hosts Camclen, Fort Smith meets Joplin, Mo,, and 'Pine Bluff takes on Greenville, Miss. tuning repairs, regulating In District 4AA the Smackover Free estimates. Factory exper-lBuekaroos, with two conference leride. M,' L. Relter, 423 Main, victories behind them, take on WHITE Jersey cow, muley, Has sale bartt tag No. 830 in ear: Call J6e Dau'gherty. Phone 7-3898. 30-3t Notice Texnrkoria, Tex. 28-Ct MAC'S Restaurant reopening Tuesday! Oct. 6th. New hours, for yovii" convenience. Week days, 4 p, m, to 11 p. m. Sunday only serving dinner continuously .from 10:30 a. m. to"4 pi m.s Mac 1 says'every steak- a specialty and he personally guar-j plays Monticello. Magnolia, which has won one game. Fordyce another team with one conference victory, tries for a second with the once-beaten Bobcats at .Hope. The other" 4AA teams play non- conference games at home. Arkadelphia meets Bis'rnurck, Fairview takes on Gurdori'' and j Crossett antees It to be. Be seeing you. Mr. and Mrs. Mac and Dale. 30-3t Help Wanted SECRETARY perience or requirements: ex- business College training. PMbhe Experiment Sta-. tion, 7-4458 f 'for' appointment. 30-6t Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe, Katharine Windsor, 104 E 1 . 14th, Phone 7-3387. 22-X mo. For font UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311'W, Avpnue B, Phone 7-3696. 10-tf Two games;are scheduled In District 1AA. Fayetteville's .Bulldogs go to Rodgers and Springdale yi?- its the Van. r Buron Pointers, ,who are undefeated "and favored to win the 1AA title. ..Newport's; high scoring Grey? bunds go against the Jonosboro Jolden Hurricane in tho only Dis- ri'ct 2AA game this wc!t end. All of the. District 3AA teaiiris are joing out of the conference. Convay goes to Clarksvills, Malvern entertains Sheridan and Russell- 'ille takes on Harrison. Class A games tonight: District 1 — Mountain Home at Sentonville, Berryvilla at Siloam prings, Alma at Huntsvilje. District 2 — Harrisbuvgh;- at Para- Poca- 4 ROOM house, electricity, gas, good water. ¥2 mile of city limits. Priced right. Ph. 7-2243. 28-6t THREE room apartment, private bath, and private entrance. Near school. 808 W, Fourth, Phone 73152. . 28-tf COVI2LY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments rede- P9ra.ted inside and out. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I, LIEBLONG REALTY CO. PHONE 7-2.288 29-3t Marked Tre, Piggott at ;ould, West Mempliis at lontas. District 4 — Waldron at Boone- ille. District 5 — England at Jacksonville ! Morri Ron at Bauxite, CJiatbn at Lonoke. District 6 — Wynne' at Marian^ na. District 7 — De Queen at Ash down. District 0 — McGehee at Eudora, Lake Village at Duman, War- •ien at Hamburg; DOWNSTAIRS furnished or unfurnished two room' apartment. 418 S. Elm. Phone 7'3132. 29-3t SIX room house, i'electricity, deep yep,- \¥f miles out, near old Fyl- ton Highway. Phone 7-3759. 3Q-3t UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom, apart conveniently located. 608 Phone 7-3205- 1-31 room hous$. Unfinished. per month.-'Phone Middlebrpoks. l-3t 4 room apartment. jjo refrigerator. Mrs" Garage Judson, CUOU5R REFRIGERATION 'Cats, Redbugs ARCH OF TRIUMPH-A triumphal arch is planned for If lev to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the-Ukraine's reunion with Russia. This ornate model was submitted in a contest to select a plan for the arch. Called "Star-Crowned Grain Ear," the model was submitted by si>i Moscow architects. Photo and caption material from ati official Soviet source. . my OAYLK TALBOT. ies during the regular season also faced the possibility that hard- hitting third baseman Al Rosen would be lost to it for the remainder of the series. Rosen, whose injured log has hampered his batting and slowed down his base-running to a walk, said yesterday lie mii;lit ask Manager Al Lopez to rernpvu him from the lineup "for tho good • of the team." Manager Leo Durocher' also was expected to make a switch in his batting alignment but that. too. would be the worst sort of news the Indians could hear. For Leo's trump move would be the insertion of none other than Jim (Dusty) .Rhodes. the man who's treated the -class pitching staff of the Amercian League like batting practice throwers, into the order .instead of vhe hit less Monte Irvin. purocher normally prefers to keep; his pinch-b/.Her, deluxe on the bench for a key spot but the betting is that Leo would put Dusty and his 1..000 series batting average into today's game from the start. Hutchinson Quits Detroit as Manager DETROIT W>! — The Detroit Tigers looked for a now mannger today to replace Fred Hutchinson who resigned after balking at accepting a - one year contract. Hutdhinson had managed the Detroit ball club two and a half years. He quit yesterday when club directors refused his demand for a two-year contract and offered- him only the ono-year agreement, t Tiger President Walter O. (Spike) Briggs said: "We ended things on a high level. Hutch quit. He wasn't fired.'' Briggs bustled today to get a new -manager''named'without delay. Speculation centered chiefly on 57-year-old Frank (Lefty) O'Doul, manager of San Die«o in the Pacific Coast League, and Joe Gordon; former Yankee and Indian second baseman. Others reported being considered included: Bucky Harris, former manager of the' Washington Senators. Bobby Bragan, -manager of Hollywood in the Pacific Coast League. Jimmy Dykes, ousted manager of the Baltimore Orioles. Jack Tighe, former Tiger furm club manager and now a scout. It's reported Huvchir.son quit Detroit because he has a chance to take over^ES. manager of Seattle in the Pacific Coast League. Another report has Hutchinson joining the Baltimore Orioles as a qoach. Feeling Hi^ri in Segregation Fight MILFORD, Del. '.fl — Feeling; continued high over integration of. Valley Ci;y ND 19, Walipelon white and Negro pupils in tWs •south'ern Delaware area today as Football By The Associated .Press Clarion 26, St. Vincent (Pa) 0 one more school district announced plans to join in a school boycott in protest oyer desegregation in the Milford District. Meanwhie, a n t i - segregation forces scheduled a meeting tonight; in Lauyel, 12 miles to the southwest Announced purpose of the meeting is "to formulate plans for residents ... to vote on desegregation" jn the LaureJ School District. LaureJ is a community o|-?,700. The school district has not attempted' integration, Preston Nib>tt, eh'oU'man pf )ho Gumboro ^p.epial §phopH 35 Science 6 Southern (SD) 21, Yankton 0 Mexico City Polytech 40, Imperial Valley fCalif) 14 Fights Last Night By The Associated Press'' Boston — Bob Wofldall, 209»/ ? . Sampson, N, Y., stopped Ales? Brown, 198, Philadelphia. 7. Seattle — Vianie Decarlo, 157, Philadelphia, knocked out Johnny Huston, 154, Los A'ige)es, *. Vancpuvev. B. 0. — Ken Davis J2J, Los Angeles, outpointed' Cecil J?i- Los Angeles, IQ. By GAYLE TALBOT I CLEVELAND W -- Tho Cleveland Indians were a poor sect-lily risk today, and they knew it. The special train which rolled through the night to bring manager Al Lopez's dejected' troops back to th'o home folks and the third name of the World Series was a very unhappy piece of equipage. Not only wcro the once-proud American Legaue champions down 3-0 in games to tha surprising Gi- unts, but they were down as well to the third and loi'.st vaunttd member of their "Big Three pitching punch, Mike Garcia. They knew they were in bad trouble, and could only hope they were about to come out of the hitting slump which had left 26 of their number stranded on the Polo Grounds bases the last two futile days. . As for Leo Durocher's Giants, they came out of yesterday's convincing 3-1 victory over Early Wynn dead certain they had at least an even chance of closing it out by '•tomorrottH.'.iiight. .>),£/<'• *•/ Their second '-'pitcher, yciung Johnny Anlonelli. -had throttled the Tribe in the pinches after see-: ing his first pitch knocked clear out of sight by Al Smith, Cleve", land's left-fielder. Today they were going with Ruben Gome?., the sad eyed Puerto Rican scruwball^r who won 17 games in his, sophomores season. His teammates firmly be ; - lievc he would tie the Indians in knots. Seldom, surely, has a World Series seen such an abrupt and early change in fortunes. It is difficult to realize that the Cleveland club, winner of 111 gamer,, opened the series only two dayr. at;o as nearly 2-1 favorites. The failure of Lopez's sluggers to hit. With men on base has been incredible. Almost equally incredible had been the success of Durocher's in that respect. They solved Wynn, the 23-yarno winner, for only four hits in th'o second game — half as many as the Tribe socked off Antonelli. Yet only one of them was wasted, and only three Giants died on ths sacks. Antonelli pitched a gritty game. The young lefthander could have glanced out at the Giants bullpen amost any time during the afternoon and seen at least one of his hill mates getting randy to take him off the hook. But the call never was fent out, and at the end the bonus kid from Rochester, N. Y. still was master of every sit nation. Dusty Rhodes, '. tho pinch-hitter extraordinary who broke up the opener with his dramatic 10th inning home run, again stuck the knife deep into the visitors and bids fair to become another Giants folk hero, a sort of pcov man's Willie Mays. It was Rhodes \yho knocked his fellow Alabaman. Willie, across with the tying run in the fifth, and who put tho frosting on tiie victory with a towering smash against the right field facade in the seventh. He's now within one of the series record for pinch hits. As it happened, Antonelli had the privilege of knocking in the winning run as well as blind the Indians with his fast ball and sweeping curves every time they threatened to become obnoxious. John ny's batting effort- was only a force-out grounder to second-base in the 'big fifth, but it was sufficient to bring Hank Thompson dashing home from third with the big run the Tribe was never to get back. Porkers Work Light for TGUGame By The Associated Pi-ess University of Texa> Coach Ed Price found himse'.f with the Southwest Conference's most impressive sick list Wednesday as he vorked to get the Longhorn. 1 ; back on their feet after last week's lose to Notre Dame. Quarterback Charley Brewer, fullback Bill Long and halfback Delano Womack — all starters, were missing from the Texas back field during drills on pass defense and punt returns. Brewer's sore throat, Womack's leg, injury and Long's trip to ihe dentist left Billy Quinn the ione first-stringer in the backfield Wednesday. All three are-'expccted to be back in Jhe lineup when the F.ong- Horns 1« f e'ei v ^|fhl|igton Sta'te 'Saturday at. -Aiisiini; 'Second-string end Morton 'MoriarJty is the , team's only casualty not expected .to play against the Cougar.". He has a leg ailment. . Elsewhere in the conference, two sets of footballers started '. getting their eyes used to the dark in preparation for their first night games of the season this weekend. Southern Methodist and Arkansas moved their workouts to hgh school fields and \ycn ked out under the lights for the first time this season. The Methodists meet Georgia Tech Satin-day night at Dallas, and Arkansas moves to Fort Worth to face Tc-xas Christian in the conference opener for both teamn. Arkansas scrimmaged very lightly as Coach Bowden Wyatt moved to keep the injuries; down for" the Porkers. They've already lost one top man — end Walt Matthews, who was hurt in a Monday scrim mage. Pass patterns and timing on ground plays got the attention in the SMU workout Coach Woody Woodard said the drill was held mainly to get the. team used to play under the lights, commenting that he thought the Mustangs svere already set for Georgia Tech- on Local Field Tonight in Hammohs Stadium the Hope Bobcats meet the Fordyce Redbugs in a district game which is likely to be played on a muddy field following heavy rainfall here. The kickoff is set for 8 o'clock. Tho Redbxics GO into the game .as jrobably favorites clue to th'e fact ,hev have yet to lose a gartie this •season while the Bobcats have on,y won a single contest in three trios Hope lost to DeQueen and Smackover on successive weekends while Fordyce holds victories over Sheridan, Beafrden and Arkadelphia ;he latter by a lopsided score. The visitors about equal the Bobcats in weight but experience may again be n factor. Fordyce is reported to have a well-balanced ieam that can move the ball while Hope has looked slightly better on offense than defense. On the local field last night the Nashville Juniors completed a pass covering some 40 yards in the final 25 seconds to down the Hope Juniors G to 0 in the rain. Their bigger brothers, the Bobcat B squad took it on the chin from Texarkana by a 34-0 tally. Classen Likes TCU, Baylor, Texas, Rice By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK i/I", — The World Series game won't be the only athletic event Saturday afternoon. There will be a hundred or more college football games. But if you are determined to watch the series. lore are the football winner? in advance. Last week's predictions had VJ winners and 11 losers. That brought he season's figures to GO winners, 15 losers for an .030 average. Irish enthusiasm cf last week to carry over for ihis tu-ssle with Purdue's rugged sophomores. Iowa over Montana: The Hawk- eyes get a rest after their victory over Michigan State. UCLA over Maryland: Last Lineup changes in prospect at Rice as Coach Jess Neely hunted a starting fullback for the con ference co-champions in their Saturday night game with Cornell Houston. The forecasts: Notre Dame over Purdue: The *, SSlWl Contractors Hove No State Freight Reduction to Help Farmers WASHINGTON i/TI — Arkansas drought-stricken fanners today can take advantage of 50 per ceiit freight cost reductions on emergency shipments of hay to under nourished livestock. The railroad industry yesterday notified the Interstate Commerce Comission of its offering of half-' lates on shipments into 13 suiv parched states. This is the second' consecutive year that the industry has handled drought emergency shipments at half-price rates, the Association of American Railroads pointed out. The Western Traffic Association estimated that western railroads had in this form made a 30 million dollar contribution.' to' drought relief in 1953. Besides Arkansas, other states affected are': . . •. • Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana. Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico North Car?- olina, South Carolina, Oklahoma, LITTLE ROCK — Three out of-state contractors will be called up in Pulaskl Circuit Court Monday to face charges of operating in Arkansas without proper , Jj« censes. Pros*put9,r Tow Kam,sey year's No. 1 team travels to the coast Friday night to meet the learn which could develop into 1954's strongest. •'•••• Michigan State over Wisconsin: Michigan State -doesn't make a habit of 'losing two in a row, even if the opponent boasts an Alan Ameche. Duke over Tennesse: When in doubt, always pick the horn;; team. Mississippi over Villanova: A chain store production with Villanova winding up in the vegetable department. Southern Calfornia over Northwestern: Jon Arett too much for the Big Ten team. Penn State over Syracuse: Penn State's line to keep Bill Wetzel in check. Baylor over Miami: A Friday night encounter. Texas over Washington State: The West Coast aggregation gets punished for what Notre Dame did to Texas last wckeftd. California over Ohio State: Paul Larsen's pin-point passing to be decisive. Illinois over Stanford: Tho TV viewers will find it difficult to keep J. C. Caroline in focus, so will the Stanford defenders. The others, without comment: Friday night F u r m a n over Presbyterian, Wichita over Drake. Saturday Southwest: Rice over Cornell, Georgia Tech over Southern Methodist, Texas Christian over Arkansas, Texas Tech over Oklahoma A & M. East: Minnesota over Pittsburgh, Fordham over Rutgers, Boston College over Temple, Yale over Brown, Princeton over Columbia, Boston University over Connect^ cut, Navy over Dartmouth, Colgate over Holy Cross, Harvard over Massachustcts, Penn over William & Hary. South: Alabama over Vanderbilt Davidson over the Citadel Clemson over Virginia Tech, Auburn over Florida, Georgia over Texas A & M, Kentucky over LSU, Mis- sippi State over Arkansas State Richmond over Virginia Military' South Carolina over West Virginia' tforth Carolina over Tulane, Virginia over George Washington, Morth Carolina State over Wake Forest; Midwest: Michigan over Army Nebraska -over Iowa State, Cincinnati over Tulsa,,. Indiana pyer College of Pacific, Colorado over Kansas, Kansas State ove,r ifissp Marquette over- Miami vof Qhip, Far West: Arizona , Siate over Texas Western, Cob) ado A 4 M over Brigham Young. Wyoming over JJeftyer, O^-e^oq,' QV er Utah, °«H?on State, TJ • ^.. .«? , _ * phavge4»i||itb bijjojhig' for and re " ! " ! "9n jDontracts at Air Fores Bage Ar BV?9n 9 tp $200, TPO WASHJNQTON dojyn E. 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