Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 22, 1954 · Page 18
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Hope, Arkansas
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H 0 M Sf A * t M 6 Mb A R 1C A N S A I r,V rf- -* : — • CLASSIFIED ?5attfitttfiftttdies bay g-efote Fubli6fitida ' fe, Fuentes Buries Veteran McCoy , th« dct<w«.» ttatertwrtt U Oh* !6 W 30 II to 33 id- M 40 11 to 45 50 l.S_ 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 . 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Services Offered MAtfS3ES9 fisaovfttioii Mid ittfing worifc Cobb Mattfetfl do. did South Washington. Phone 7-2822. Mar. 4-tf PLUMBING l/ongt Repairs, Call 15-1 Mo. .ANGELES UP) Ramon fuehtes, Lo : S Angeles' 29-year-oid c-Sj'graye digger, buried veterar. Billy. Graham of New York under a, swarm of punches and today matchmaker Babe McCoy said theife was a good chance the Californian would got a nohiitle fight here in Decamber with Johnny ^Saxton. the new world weltsr- weiglit champion. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ........... . ...... ... Hmei ..... ,.,...„.......-.. 60c per Inch tlmel ........ i ......... ("•• 60c pef Inch * ftot«s dueted abova Of« tor cort- ietutlve inwrtions. Irfeflulor or skip- dot* ads will take the one-day ratf. > All dolly Classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to rtvlie or edlf oil advertisement* offered for publication and to reject ony objectionable advertiilng «ub- ; mltted initials of one or more letten, ; aMups or figures such at house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ad« unlesi error* are- colled to our attention afteV FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 FOR expert typing, all kinds, contact Mrs. Wanda Grimmett, 501 S. Spruce, 18-Bt For Sole L&ytiway Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE 8, SUPPLY COMPANY. 50 YOUNG laying New Hampshire hens. Priced to sell. Also baled Hay. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 20-6tj Odds Favorirtg TCUandSMU and Baylor .By The Assoclatod Press Four teams fight for surviva nnd three try for intersect iona glory in a jsmmod Saturday of Southwest Conference football. that sees Arkansas making its greatest Rectord Crowd at Old Miss, Arkansas Game By RAY STEPHEN? LITTLE ROCK Iff) Arkansas and Mississippi, two of the nation's top ranked, undefeated football teams, meet here tomorrow afternoon in one of the games of the week. top college The intersectlohal battle between SPORTS ROUNDUP . .;.. . ..:... •• «AVLt TALJ07 ' - .r-nn.tr NEW YORK Iff)— The sports ffn-j of Philadelphia still arc ciipablo of cracking weak jokes, which is admirable under the circumstances. They say that if the citizens of Kansas City feel let down over not petting the Athletics, they would be happy to ship them out a football team and cnll it sqdard. They'll even give them a choice among Pnnn, Villanova and Temple, three gridiron teams of national repute. It's only a gag, of course, point- Yerger Host to Washington High Friday . The Yerger "Tigers" play host to Washington 1 High of Texarkana Friday night in Hammons Stadium the two powers, Who lead thoir i lespective conferences, is expected' to" draw a crowd tit 34,000 or more. All reserve seats already have been sold, and only end zone tickets still ing up the fact that things are site available. Mississippi, a 7-point favorite, *2. 'mileheas on Highway 4.. Emmet. Route 1. 22-8t ^_ surging Rizorbacks, who Doncorn C E ' achieved recognition as a football < «n,,th' Bfl! .t on team with four rugged triumphs, •For Rent Hope Star ita» «f He* donsolldattd January It, l*2f every weekday afternoon by TAR PUBLISHING co. C. .(,,Mmer, Preildenl • >AtoK. M. W««hburn, Secy-Tree. at The Star Building • IIJ-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkaniai FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage. No .'children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm. ..a* Little Rock with "just about everything riding on the result. This game matches two of the nation'r. un- must win the game to retain its leadership of the Southeast Conference. The Rebels wera unable to schedule the six conference opponents necesary to qualify for the title, so the Southeast designated, the game with Arkansas as a league contest. For the Raaorbacks, only beaten, untied leaders Missi sippi No. 5, Arkansas No. 7. It sends the nation's greatest 'l-tf °,* ense as boasted by Mississippi ; | against a team that might beat LOVELY air-conditioned one and, anybody with their own mistaken two bedroom apartments redecor- Opportunity hasrf't had - to knock oted inside' and out, A nice place twice in Arkansas unheralded drive from a. predicted cellar occupancy to the top. The Razorbacks 1 aren't • favored to beat Mississippi but they prestige and a fou<--giimo winning streak are at stake, but Porker fans regard a-victory, over Mississippi as second in importance only to defeating Texas. \ • Both : Mississippi. '. and .Arkansas are ranked 'iri trie- nation's ;top 1-0 by the Associated Press. T he Rebels are rated No. 5 and Arkansas No .7. . N.' Woihbum, Editor ft Publliher Pail H. Jones, Marfoglng Editor Jen M. Oovli, Advertitlng Monagef George W. HoJit\er, Meeh. Supt. to live tor reasonable rent. J- I-- LIEBLONG Phone 7-, 2228.- REALTY C.O. 6-tf had all over in the Quaker City. The three football teams, all Of which . have at one time or another been renowned in their respective classes, have yet to win a game this season. They have lost 11. and the point score against them going into Saturday's contests stands at 3oG to 02. The suspicion is that this constitutes a record for a throo-tenm oity. There is no Indication 'that the end is in Hght. Penn is a strong favorite to keep itrf winlcss streak unsullied against Navy this week Villanova and Tennessee similarly are expected to sitbrr.lt to Houston and Brown, respectively.. If ever a team was caught in the switches, it is Finn's once- mighty Quakers, who made the ?ad .mistake of joining up with the newly;-formed,Ivy League and embracing strictly amateur" rules, including the abolition of spring practice, while it still was com- at 8 o'clock. Both teams are tied for second place in the Big "8" conference with one defeat each, that defeat coming at the hands of Merrill High of Pine Bluff. This game promises to be one of Friday, October 22, Bobcats Go to Gurdon for Game Tonight The battered and bruised Hope Bobcats journey to Gurdon tonight for a game with the Go-Devils at 7:30. Last night the Hope Juniors pasted Arkadelphia 32 to 0 in a lopsided contest. The Bobkittens did all their scoring in a couple of quarters. Tommy Pok plunged a yard for the first tally and J. B. Henry sprinted 35 yards on a reverse for a TD and Steve Grain made the extra pojnt giving Hope a 13-0 lead at halftime The Kittens made three fast in the third period to end all scoring. Jimmy Porterfield plunged five yards for one, and went 30 yards J. Ilia gel 111C Ul U11110UQ «." "V. v*i.>- \Ji. Itf . — i *-* » •!*. the best played in Hope in quite for another and Steve Cram mter- cepted a pass and ran 35 yards. Jimmy Lauterbach made the extra some time, both teams are strong and are bitter rivals year in and out. Jimmy Stuart leads the Yerger "Tigers" in scoring with 6 touch point. Others'outstanding for Hope were May, Weisenberger, Wiggins and downs and one extra point. Stuart,Bruce. ,.,.*»,,, is considered by many experts as The senior Bobcats may find the one of the best backs in the State, Go-Devils really ready to go. Sev- and to miss seeing him in action is oral key Hope players are nursing .u:__ ot,«,,irf ^r, iniuries which they can t seem to something no-one should do. Admission to this game same as always. Eugene Bishop L. E. 155, Maurice HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Pojt haven't been favored in any game hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar- yet since the opener with Tulsa. gain House and Pawn Shop. 205 "'* '—""*="* ^ hntl1 tpnm ' ! r* 't*T— 1_J \.A. - f»l* _•!-.-_ --n Mljirfl' 1O 1 Tt/fr» ' ' Entered at second clou matter at %«ie Post, Office at Hope, Arkansai, under the Act of March 3/1897. Member ef the Audit Bureau of Circulations s i fo>8«lr gftope, Ark> :- , ? ^«X Dirt .and; iht fouling. IONES »ftV Hfjt MAM M p,;^ppi»r>. |^238i,V ' .Subscription Rates \payable In ad. }> vance): i •y carrier In Hope and neighboring ' town*— • •er week •• -25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller.eoun- . .85 1.60 2.60 4.50 1.10 3.25 6.50 S. Walnut, Phone"7-"2471'. 18-1 Mo. THREE unfurnished rooms. 2 rriiles on Rosstoh highway. Mrs.' J; Camp. Phone 7-2929. It's important to both teams in the national ratings and it's important to Mississippi because it counts in the Southeastern Conference standings although having 19-3t no bearing on the Southwest Con- I ferencp race. Defeat could beat One rnonth .....••••.**> * Three month!..... •Hie,'months , ,... ROOMS, % block from town. .Rates Mississippi out of a title, reasonable. Mrs. T.. E. Urrey, I A - s Arkansas tries to slow down 315 West Division. Phone 7'3574. !.^ e break-neck paco of the Rebels, 22-3t i f wo other teams v/ill be .out .to enhance the conference's inter sectional reputation. Texas Christian has the toughest row to hoc The Horned Frogs play bfilliaiit Penn State at Fort Worth. Southern. Methodist. gets five-time-lbser, haphazard Kansas at Dallas. The Real Estate for Sale , All ottwr mall— Onto month ,...«»**.•*;*••••»••»•• ThrM month* SIX month* ....(...,. 1 On* year 1 Jj M*f| Mv«rthl"t MpntmlallvMi Mcansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterick •1*3., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texai •opk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave/, Chkago 1, III,; 60 E 42d St.. New York 17, N- Y.; 1763 'Pmobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Oklo>* ^ ' T • Member ef The Aiiocloted Pre»: fhe Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all the local news printed in this newspaper, at well as all AP news Jlspatcnei. NORTH side 6 room home excellent cond.iti.on r .Sg,uti\.side. 3 bedroom home, garage; extra nice. East side 5 room home, good condition 150 x; 200,lot,,West- side 5 room hpme across, the .street .from school. We have these- and other homes to sell and the 'price is right. FARM and'ranch land — 70 acres 4 room house electric lighted barn and out.'buildings. 103 acres, opposing coaches, Arkansas: Bdwden Wyatt and ,,Ole Miss 1 ; johnny, Va-.ight, view each other's aggregations with considerable respect: Wyatt commented that Mississippi has -a "marvellous team." arid Vaught said Ole Miss would have to play its best to keep up with the Razorbacks. Mississippi, the nation's top offensive team, will pit its .versatile attack' against Arkansas!', rugged, alert defense. Ole Miss boasts a balanced air-groun.d assault which has rolled with ease over five opponents this season. ..Arkansas has shown flashes of rijal brillance on the altack, and has proved itself capable of capitalizing on the' "breaks" provided 1^ alert defensive play. In four jjamesi the Hogs have intercepted 12 Jpasses, and recovered 12 of 16 Champion L. T. 178, Daniel Martin L. G. 175, Alonza McFadden C. 172,' Maurice Higgins R. G. 185, Theodus Johnseon R .T. 195, Louis Gladney R. E. 130, jimrriy Stuart L. H. B. 163, John Wilson R. H. B. 150, George Boatner F. B. 140, Robert Tyus Q. B. 155. (injuries which they can' is the get healed from .game to game and ave seen limited action. Gurdon, coached by Hope's own dsel Nix has a fighting outfit Jayhawks, who have scored 10 points arid were humiliated .'.(jS-ft liy Oklahoma last week.- .would- 1 have to .stage the season's gret$J ost upset if they bent an SMU team that might win tho conference title. ••- , ;!*t In family warfare, four- teaitjs are at the crossroad's. ' Bayloi 4'mile's llope, 1 2 houses, 5 & 6 meets Texas 'A8iM at-. Waco v aiHl rooms with electricity and water j Rice battlea Texas at Housthn; in houses, Butane gas, barns, and (Each must win to stay in the other farm buildings. .Ever last-'race' for the championship.. •'-.--'>£ ing water' through pasture. We The five eames will draw about GLASS PARTS a. before Funeral Directors have these and other farms large or small to sell." R.. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY. 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. 18-6t APARTMENTS — choice invest- The five games 195,000 fans with Rice and Texas, although hooking up in a duel of the beaten, getting th2 greatest turnout. Some 71,000 will be in the stadium at Houston the biggest crowd for a football game in that OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE' 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 • •, AD-1 Mo. TF HEENDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. merit property. ,Four.,Unit brick city's history. i apartment : -house/ Close-in 2 '.Temporary bleacher:! were in- blocks business district. : Can' stalled to make it the largest Pjirti and f be (bought at a real-bargain and financed-20 years.' TWO unit apartment - Cose in. Just been re-conditioned priceff crowd for the Rice stadium. Other sellouts have been 70,000. ' At Waco they're expecting 38,000 as Baylor scraps- Texas , A&M on Tractors ractor Co, ,"A*. Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe, .Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th, Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent . . 'or homecoming day, while Arkansas quick sale. Small down payment. i, n d Mississippi will draw about balance monthly. , - 33,000 at Little Rook. i ' . Dallas expects 30.000. in the Cot- COMES — 6 room modern home. ^ on Bowl for tha sMU-Kansas East Third st. Nice neighbor-Struggle but the crowd at. Fort hood. Close to .business district. ;\Vprth W u be only about 184JOO. Also grade school. Owner leaving v/hfin Penn state lost to West city'. Will financo — priced to sell. V 5 ROOM-hom'e. Attic Fan, carport. Virginia last week it gouged the anticipated attendance of 25.000. Odds say two of the conference teams — Texas' Christian and TWO Business buildings on Front ' Street, next to Pdol hall. If in, ierested. contact A, S, Williams, 300- E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Ph/?ne 7-5860 or 22-6666. 19-1 Mo. large storage room, Deep lot, Sonthern Methodist — will win Sputh Herye,y,. Financed FHA. TCU j s a 7-poiut choice over Penn $44.00 per'month. Will sell equity ;e;tate SMU j s granted 27 over by their opponents. _ississippi features tho passing |%uarterback Eagle 'Day and the inirig of fullback Bobby McCool. lie Arkansas relies mainly on We running of ..fullback Henry iVfopre, tailbaclc George Walker tailback Buddy Benson, biker dries-most-of-the team's rising, and leads the Southwest Conference in punting. t ^Mississippi will enter the game with ,a 19-pound weight advantage Mftrfe line, averaging 211 pounds per man to 192 -for- Arkansas. The Rebels also have tho edge in overall experience and team • deputh. Both squads will be in excellent physical condition for the -.game. Three men sat out. Ole Miss' 34-7 trlfrnph over. Tulane last week. bttff ; Coach Vaught says - the trio will be ready for Arkansas. Thoy are halfback Earl Blair, tackle Eex Boggan and end Dave Dickerson. •-.< : •••••• -Arkansas escaped from its 20- 1 conquest of Texas' without an. in ..." addition to Tulane, Ole Miss has defeated North Texas State 35-12, Kentucky 38-9, Villanova 52-0, and Vanderbilt 28-9. • • ; Arkansas . has whipped Texas Tulsa 41-0. Texas Christian 20-13 and BayJor 21-20. , "The U.S. ; Weather. Bureau has forecast cloudy skie.5 anl widely scattered thun'dershowers for game time, The kiekoff is at 2 p.m. schedule which runs through the 1955 season. . Already whompecl by Duke, William and Mary, Princeton and George Washington, the Quakers now must face Navy, Penn State, Notre Daine and Army on successive Saturday befors tht>y play a team of their own size and.per- suasion, Cornell in tho original game. Of the nine tsams 0:1 this year's Penn schedule, only the twc other Ivy members. Princeton and Cornell, did not have the invaluable benefit of spring practice. To make matters even worse, the Quackers have a new coach Steve Sebo, who was one of Biggie Munn's numerous and talented assistants at Michigan State last season. Coming in cold this fall, with only a necessarily scanty knowledge of his material and with only a fe%v weeks in which to whip a team together, Sebo probably Kas lone as well as could have been expected. nd is able to score. In their last riree • games they tallied 56 points Ithough losing .two contests. Fordyce downed them 38 to 13 and Fail-view licked them 40 to 18 3Ut they poured it on Prescott 25 o 12. The Bobcats have won only one game and that was the season's opener. foy $700,00. This hoine is worth the 'money. - J.T. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. 7-2228 21-3t _ e Control Co. INSURED Call BW*.WP!? *>> 7-2122 tost 8 MONTH old white faced steer EC Brand on right hip. Reward Phone 7-3527. 22- v t Wonted tAp" Y B j. i "> '»•*"* mA&fe .^tym sm^;l»m| a FB« •*^Tff Jf •""" ' " '• 9'^ot^JiKtl^ g.w^. TfFM mr ta and Doprs Army re- WANTED TO BUY One Inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular Jgngths and tie siding. For prices gnd specifications write -— 0URPON LUMBER COMPANY , ARKANSAS AT 1107 West 7^th, this attractive, modern home on 100' x 142' shady lot has two large bedrooms, den, kitchen, dining room and living room, Hardwood floors, built-ins in kitchen, garage and attached hobby room. All priced at only $7.000.00, Can get 100% G. I. Loan or 90% FHA Loan. Vacant now. JUST $650.00 cash and balance on monthly terms will buy this three year old modern, two bedroom home, hardwood floors, attic fan. Kansas. Mississippi prevails by seven points over Arkansas. In the conference games Rice and Texas are 2ven and Baylor is a surprising 13-point selection over Texas A&M. Strength of Mississippi to Get Test By ED CORRIGAN Of The Associated Press The time has ooine for Wiscon..„, . Mil tq^ start thinking seriously in llopr furnace, screened porch and terms of winning the Big Ten carport. Possession in 30 days. | championship and milking the CALL - FOSTER REALTY CO 217 S Main St, PR 7-4691 .,',.' 22-3t Football By The Associated Press South Carolina 13, Clemson Salem Va 12, Priricipia Q- \-.\-~ 111. 19, Cylvcr'Stockton Fights Last Night By The Associated Press I^ps Angeles Ramon Fuentes 150, Lps Angeles, outpointed Biilj Graham, iO, New York, 10. Pprtland. Qre Jimmy Byrne 38'iportlla'4di stopped Kirby Seals 0& Sand piego, 7. Birmingham* AJa Tonimy^El f ito Thornpsgn Quwtea aunt to the Rose Bowl next Jan. The Badgers, %vho weren't com sldered any great shakes in pre< ••oason estimates of the Western Conference, meat rough, tough Ohio State tomorrow in a game hat could make or break their -lopes. The Buckeyes, too, are very much in the race for league hon crs. Ivy Williamson's lads still would have to gc-t past Iowa. Northwest, crn, Illinois 'wid Minnesota eyeii., if-they do beat Ohio State. But there's no denying that this is the big one. For Ohio State, the game repi'Qr sents another big stumbling block in its bid for the titlo. Even if the. Buckeyes do win, they'll still nave to whip Purdue and Michigan. In the South, the big interest will be the battle between M»ss.i? sippi and Arkansas. Ole Miss is co-leader ojt the Southeast Conference and Arkansas is the surprise <if the Southwest Conference. Probable iine-ups: Arkansas Teddy Southern (172) JSdqie Bradford (190 Dick Hai-dwick (218 Jerry Ford (182) Bud Brooks 19!) Jim Roth U95 Jerry McFadden s (182) Preston Carpenter (1113 George Walker (177 Joe Thomason (134) Henr,y Moore (190 . Mississippi Dave Did'erson- (205 Hex Boggan (235) Archie Sheperd (215) Bobby McKinney (200 Buddy Alliston (200) : Dick Weiss (225 George Harris (105 Houston Patton (ISO) Earl Blair (173 Allen Muirhead (I7o Robby McCool (195) r>OE • LE LT RC R' RE QB LHB RMB FB LF I. 1 LG RC R R Q LH RH FB Tech,Jaycees Feature Game in State Al£ By The Associatiid Press This is the ho-hu;n v;eek for Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference ootball teams. Tho leaders are ither taking the week end off or »ey are playing, games that wouldn't hurt them Next Saturday, however, is a ifferent story. Arkansas Tech meets Arkansas A&M and the ame should write a bruising fin- *h to the championshin race. This week unbeaten Trjch, victor four straight flames this .=oasc.n, oes against Little Rock Junior Allege" at Little Rock. If the in- iired Trojans should find the pow- >r to beat Tech, which is unlikely, t would not hurt tho Wonder Joys' conference record. LRJC is not a member of the AIC. Arkansas A&M, which -has won wo games against no losses in he conference, takes a rest this week end. The Woevils saw their unbeaten record unceremoniously broken last week, losing 32-0 to Delta State of Mississippi. Tech meets Little Rock JC tonight. Another gamn tonight pits Southwestern of Memphis against Hcndrix College at Conway. Southern -State College, which vvill va-ilt immediately into chwm- Conference in FullSwing in Southwest By The Associated Press Southwest Conference footbal teams stoved up energy 'Thursday for weekend into which all seven members will tako some sort o axo to .grind. The squade ended rough wor Wednesday with heavy scrimmage in all camps . except Arkansas. At Fayetteville. tho Razorback kept up light but steady w o r which Coach Bowden Wyatt hope may keep Arkansas in the un beaten class after Saturday' * meeting with Mississippi at Little Rock. The game is efthand conference affair, since it will have no bearing on Arkansas' leadership of the Southwest Conference race but will affect tho standing of Clc Miss in the Southeastern Conference chase.. Ole.. Miss.; couldn't ' schedule enough game's with'SEC toams to qualify for the championship, so Hie loop fathers •• designated Satin-day's game a conference clash as far as Mississippi is concerned. Wyatt was, no less serious in his outlook on the game because of its non-Southwest Conference standing, since the Porkers must van to keep their place in the nation's top ten football teams? The Razorbacks were reported in top physical shape for the tUt. Southern Methodist, w h i c h matches Arkansas' 1.00 mark in the conference standings although with one victory to the Ha?oi backs' three, spent \Vednerday working mainly on punting'. The Mustangs drilled long and occasional running with the kick hard, mising in passing anc ing intended to bring their punting Mr. Faubus OutdrawsWith Free Barbecue EL DORADO. (UP) — Demo crat Orval-Faubus and Republican Pratt Remmel, opponents in the Nov. 3 governor'. 1 ; rice, compared drawing power here last night in two outdoor ralli-as. Faubus' audience, gathered the Union County fair grounds only a few blocks from Remmel's Fpofiking place in the courthouse square, way larger by an estimated 200 persons. But the Democrats ad barbecue. Remmel touched lightly on one )f the major issues of the August Democratic primaries-whether iot Faubus had ever been cleared jy the FBI of Communist affiliat- nns through his presence at Commonwealth college, a pro-Commun- st institution. The Republican candidate read •ess dispatches" quotim: the FBI as denying such clearance had ever been granted This is con- irary to earlier public statements ay Faubus'that he has been clear eel twice. Faubus z.voided any mention of .he episode in his speech, and instead promised to 'work for the good of the state if elested. He also took the occasion plead for Democratic party unity. "I know we have our pavty bat ties, and maybe that's because we are a fighting party made jp of fighting men." Remmel accused Faubus mark up from its point as the Saxton's Sentence by J ..ionship contention if Tech ever fajls, goes to Conwtiy Saturday for a conference game with hapless Arkansas Stnte Teachers. The Teachers haven't found a winning combination in five games. Two of their losses are conference losses. Southern State's Muleriders nave a 4-1 record. The lone loss was a costly one, though, for it came at the hands of Tech in the first conference game for both teams. Southern has won tws conference games. The College of the O/.arks plays Henderson st Arkadelphia Satur. day. Henderson, struggling with a slim load of manpower, has lost three straight. Ozavks has won three games over non-conference foes and has lost ona game, thafc to Southern State. Dy MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (/P) — Jt was December, in October for Johnny Saxton Santa Claus paid another visit to the freshly ?vo,wned welterweight cha:npion and dropped anr oih'er present down his chimney. a suspension of Ws 15-day jail sentence for 12 traffic violations. ' But just how long Santa will eon tirme to bestow favor? on the 24r Negro cham? remains w was talk of a possible title ut between the Now Yorker and armen Bamlio, the No. 1 cantena- i from Cinastota, N.Y. Drives Few Blocks Hits 7 Cars, DWI worst in the conference. Duano Nutt and John Roach stood out on the booting in preparation for Kansas. ....'-..At Houston, where Rice and Texas meet in a battle of the SQC's once-beaten Saturday, t he Owls concentrated on defense while scrimmaging well over an hour. Coach Jess Neely said he expects ihe Owls to have the same lincaip ready to go against Texas as that which lost 30-6 last week to SMU. Texas matched the stiffness 01 Rice's workout with the Longhorns' third straight day of contact work. Quarterbacks Pat Tolav and Charley Brewer wer eput through then toughest paces 'both on the ground and in the air as coach Ed Price attempted to give Texas a more balanced attack by Saturaay s game Price noted improvement in the Longhorna' aerial game but said the squad has a long way to go yet. News of injuries came from both the Texas. Christian and Bayloi camps. , .. A* TCU Horned Frog Coach Abi Martin announced that starting end Bryan Engram would miss Satur day's clash with Penn State due to a knee injured last week agams Texas A&M. Sophomore Jim Coop er will start in his place, Marlir said. Another riewuonwr listed to the Frogs' forward wall was Bil "heading an old political machine. " Little Rock's mayor also said his brother hadjjeen offered $5,000 to entice Remmel out of the gov crnor's race and inr.o the acmpaign or Congress instead. He did not ay who made tho offer. Remmel touched on the other ampaign issue-insurances for old gc pensioners, elimination ixes on feed, seed and fertilizer— lut his biggest applause came 'hen he mentioned his opposition o any raises for ihe state a public tilities. HOT SPRINGS John St. Clair, driving only a few blocks la«t night, hit seven other cars and barely missed an eighth. The occupant of the eighth car was Detective Chief Jerry \Vat- kins, who hauled St. Claire out of his car, bundled him down to h«ad- ciuarters and booked him on j. charge of driving while intoxicated. that wejght| was clouded by the shouts of ex. champion Kid Gavjlan's handlers tha,t the Cuban h«K "an ««mniad Jl >tuvn bout contwt" N,orm Rothschild, toe ,Y , promoter has ofered Saxton Top Rodio Progromi NEW YORK grams tonight: Selected pro Stephenson. who replaces second string tackle Norman Hamilton. Baylor's loss was Bill Green junior right tackle, who was in jured in Monday's, practice anc will miss Saturday's-- homccomin clash with Texas A&M. Sophdmor Bill Parsely and junior collcg transfer David Luncetord wer moved into Green's place. T h Bears work mainly on passing an defense Wednesday. . . The freshmen looked more im pressive than the varsity to Coae Paul pear Bryant at the Texa A&M workout. Bryant said the freshmen, along with the second and third teams, showed improvement while -the fivst teym failed C 7:15 Frank Sinatrn; 7:30 Friday with Garroway. CBS — 7 Crime Photog; 7:30 Godfrey Pigest; 8: SO Amo« ht«s gnme. But even more unporuw « .».* , pryuww* »•»«,."••**-».•'"":•"" r,'^,~, rii<»et- this stafie the «amv should, ptt>«' f&iQttQ to pwt his title w the line Godfrey Pigest, , Deleware Case Up to State Court WILMINC7TON, D»l. I/Pi This iorder state's explosive segrega- ion dispute, involving the integra- iori of 10 Negro high school stu- lents at the previously all-white chool at Milford, rested today in he hands of the three members if the Stats Supreme Court. An appeal was takca to the -court 'esterday from V:c3 Chancellor Villiam Marvel's order granting a emporary injunction to permit at- endance by the Negro pupils with he 1,562 white students in southern Delaware combined ele- nentary-hi£h school. Howard E. Lynch, counsel :he Milford School Board, he State Supreme Court would conduct a hearing Friday morning. !f it upholds the injunction, the *i'egro pupils could return to the Milford school Monday. However, if thy court grants delay, the issued will then hinge on arguments for a permanent injunction now pending before the lourt of Chancery. The pupils wcra integrated at the beginning of the present school term, but tegregationists began a boycott of the school. The Milford board -then ousted the Negro pupils. to look any,'hj1;i;er to him. Defense got the ap?S>t4n Uw ^ny's work OUTDOOR MfETING MANILA President . Ramon Magsaysay took hu Cabinet to a remote yillage on Mindoro Island yesterday, and held the |jrSv out* cioor session of its kiivl before the wide-eyed gers. of curious villa Top Filipino leaders met under a palm }eaj temper shed in San Austin, ajpowt JlQ mjjes south HO PI SfAR» HOP!, AURANSAl f riddy> Oeteber 21j T9S4 »7i5 '•'II'T ALL RIGHT--YOU CAN ^-T. 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