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All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. the publishers reserve the right to revise of edit all advertisement* offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising «ub- mlfted Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such at house or telephone numbers count as one Word. The Hepe Star will not be responsible for errors in Wont Ads unlesi error* oCe called to our attention offer FIRST Insertion 'of od ond then fof ONU the ONE Incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 FOR expert typing, all kinds, contact Mrs. Wanda Grimmett, 501 S. Spruce. 18-6t For Sale Layaway Open on TRIKES - BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. 50 YOUNG laying New Hampshire hens. Priced to sell Also baled • hay. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 20-6t iiMyjM'viM •?—, Hope Star Star «f Hoo« 1M9J Pf«" J«J Ooniolldatad January II, 192* TlEitfSHARES ',*sj,«W!« «• —r . > Ijncorne Fund from RrSsSlW'"' gfJpKhone 7.4454 UTURECO. iitylMlmlt* Weif Publhhed every weekday afternoon by r STAR fUOLISHING CO. - C. E. Palmer, Preildent Atox..H. Wathburn, StcyTm. at The Star Building • 112-14 South Walnut StrMt Hopo, Arkaniai PEANUTS and popcorn. C. E. Spring, 12 miles southeast on Highway 4. Emmet. Route 1. 22-6t For Rent After trying to find suitable employment, you have become disgusted. You are tired of answering ads only to find they are just a lot of bunk ot- maybe you are already employed and are disgusted with low payi long hours; strikes and layoffs. Or you may be disgusted because in your present" position you liaye.no opportunity to advance in salary or responsibility. If that is the case you s-hould know about our company. Believe me I do not have any fly-by-night, get-rich-quick scheme.. What I do have is a booklet prepared especially for you entitled — Money and You , This booklet will explain to you the earnings and opportunities that you will have with our company right here in Arkansas. If you desire to change employment or are presently unemployed drop a card or letter to — MONEY AND YOU, P. O. BOX 1488, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The book will' be sent to you anc FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220. N. Elm. 1-tf free of charge. 25-3 Lost Atcx. H. Wojhburn, Editor 8. PubllilMr Paul H. Janet, Managing Editor Hit M. Davis, Advertising Manager Cyerge W. Hesmer, Mech. Supt. Entered at second clasi matter at Ma Post Office at Hope, Arkonioi, •nder the Act of March 3, 1897. LOVELY air-conditioned one and two 'bedroom apartments redecorated inside an,d out.. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. UEBLONG- REALTY CO. Phone, 7-'2228. 5-tt •18 MONTH old white faced steer EC Brand oh right hip. Reward .Phone 7-3527. 22-6 HOUSE jacks, Wire'stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S." Walnut/ phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. RED Plastic billfold on Highwa 67. Finder keep money, but n 'turn papers to Cecil/ McCorkl Hope Route 2. . • 25- Salesman Wonted NEW YORK \P?, Close friends ave been unable thus far to dis- uade Sugar Ray .Robinson from ttempting to make a ring cofne- ack after two years on the tap- ancing circuit. The once-great ghler who retired as middie- 'eight champion iri December 952 is in training and declares e is serious about winning back le 160-pound title. Many who saw Robinson at his nbeoteable beyt back in the mid- le '40s cheri.-h the memory and vith that he would not subject nem to the same pain that Joe Louis did when he returned a few Deal's ago a blubbery caricature of •ris former self to be pounded out i shape by the likes of Ezzarrl Charles, who wouldn't have lasted hree rounds with him at his peak. It's an old story of the prize ing. They say that admirers, of Jim Jeffries .wept when their idol camn out of retirement and was ixed by .Jack Johnson. Jeffries, though, 'had been urge-.l to give it a try, and Louis needed money. Nobody has asked Sugar Ray to [.ut the gloves' on again, and he las approximately, half the loose .noney in Harlem. The suggestion we are .about to make is that Robinson get himself a copy of the films o£ the Johnny Saxton-Kld Gavilan thing in Philadelphia last week and play it a few times after he has finished his training chores.' We would suggest that he pay particular attention to the inept performance of Gavilan, who five yeans ago was good enough to give him, Robinson, a fairly tight tussle for the Yerger Handed Defeat by Texarkaniqns The Washington High Lions of Texarkana came from behind. Saturday night to defeat the Yerger Tigers 25 to 13 in a bruising contest in Hammons Stadium. It was the third loss of the season for Hope. The visitors scored first in the opening period with Louis Thompson going over. Extra point try was blocked. It wasn't until the second period that the Tiger attack got rolling. George Boatner tallied and Tyus passed to Gladney for the extra point and Yerger led at half time 7-6. Washington went 'ahead in the third when Thompson sprinted 20 yards for the score. That was all for the third period but Charles Conway scored for the visitors early in the final period, giving them a 19-7 lead. A 30 yard pass to Jinfimie Stuart from J. B. Howard, coupled with a 20 yard run gave Yerger its second and .final score. Shortly after Washington's Conway doomed the Tigers with a 50 yard touchdown A1C Title May Be Decided Saturday By the Associated Press For all purposes of the championship, there's a good chance .hat the entire Arkansas Inlereol- egiate conference season will be played Saturday night. Arkansas Tech's Wonder Boys and the Arkansas A&M Boll Weevils, the only two teams without a conference loss, collide at Mon- licello. The unbeaten Wonder Boys, preseason choice to win the crown, wort their fifth straight of the season 9-G over Little Rock Junior College Friday night. They have won three conference games. A&M, idle last week end. lost to IDelta State of Mississippi' 32-0 the week before. That was tho Weevils' first loss of the season. Thoy have two conference victories. Comparative scores give the Aggies an edge over Tech, A&M blasted Little Rock JC 20-6, com- pai'ed to Tech's clos:e shave with the Trojans.' The two teams walloped winless Arkansas Stala Teachers in about the same fashion. Tech by 34-13 and A&M by 26-6. Hornets Stung by Stamps by a 39-7 Score „ Displaying a well balanced team and smashing running attack, tne Stamps Lellowjackets defeated the Blevins Hornets 39 to 7 Friday night at Stamps. The Hornets received and returned to the 40. A tough break followed when they fumbled and Stamps recovered. W. McDonald went around left end for the first Ycllowjacket score, but failed to add the extra point and the score was 6-0. X They scored again a few minutes later when Camp scooted 20 yards for paydirt, but "again try for extra point was no good. The Yellow Jackets third touchdown came right before the half when C. Nichols took a pass good for 35 yards and the score. Score at half; Stamps 18 - Blevins 0. Bryson kick- ed'oft' after the half, the ball going over the goal line. Play was started from the 20, and^ the Jackets rolled again. McDonald^' A victory for Tech almost would vrap up the championship. The Wonder Boys have only Henderson who has a 1-2 record and Hendrix has yet to win a game. scoring again on from the 30. Try a reverse play for extra point welterweight crown. He will see that the Cuban, Mtmbcr of »h« Audit Burtou of ' " ' 'Circulations .THREE unfurnished rooms. 2 miles on Rosston highway. Mrs. J. W. Camp. Phone 7-2929. 19-3t Fill' Dirt and t HaulJng, 1 Subscription Rates (payable In advance): ' •y carrier In Hope and neighboring > ' towns— Per week » -25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayefte, Howard, and Miller counties— : ' ' One rr»onth Thro* months Six months On* year 85 , 1.60 ; 2.60 4.50 before buy/'- , ' ' PORTIR 67 ,. 1.10 , 3.25 : 6.50 13.00 ROOMS, % blgck fvom town. Rates reasonable. Mrs. T." E. Urrey, 315 West Division. Phone 7-3574. 22-3t NICELY furnished' 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf though only 28 by the rebord book is no better than, a shadow of tho one they used to call the Hawk. He will see that, alter six months of doing nothing more strenuous than'' the rhumba, Gavilan was afraid to open up and really fight Saxton until" 1he closing rounds lest his legs giva out on him. That seems the only possible explanation of his failure to make a more valiant effort to protect his title against the home town decision BUTLER.* Pa. i/T) Mr. and Mrs. that he feared. run. The Tigers gained 137 yards rushing and 52 passing. Texarkana gained 201 rushing and 31 passing. The Tigers wade 8 first towns to 14 for Texarkana. The visitors drew 70 yards in penalties while Hope drew 10. Hope standouts were Boatner, Tyus, Stuart, Wilson, Martin, Champion, Howard and McFadden. For Texarkana, Conway, Thompson, Maxwell, Jones and Huggins played best. WANTED AT ONCE-Rawleigh Dea' ler in Hope. For particulars seo A. L. McBeth, 355 .'Pine .St., Stamps, Ark., or write Raw ileigh's, Dept., AK.J-641-R, Memphis, Tenn. 25-lt DOUBLE CE.LEBRATION One Play Pays far Porks Over Ole Miss 6-0 iTJVE room home with bath on large lot. Phone 7-2532 or 7-2894. 212 S. Washington. - 25-3t All other mail- On* .month , ThV*»"nv-"" Ifx nibfll One year Naff Advertising Representatives! Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck «. •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas » lank 8ld fll , Dallas 2, Texas;' 360 - N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60IE. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, ,M|ch.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively 'to the use for republlcatlon Of all the local news printed in this newspaper, at well as all AP news dispatches. FOUR • room unfurnished .. house. 1103 Foster, Inquire at Fr.anks &. Son. Garland Pate. 25-3t Real Estate for Sale Frank Morris held a double celebration yesterday. It was not only- Mr. Morris 1 100th birthday anniversary but the 60th anniversary of his •-wedding. 'His wife, who is 82, gave this reason for her husband's longevity: "It's because he eats oatmeal for breakfast every morning.' Legal Notice, Funeral Directors OAJCCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2NP & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF | HEHNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-55Q5 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. and NORTH side; 6 room hqine .expellent condition. South side" 3 bedroom home, garage, extra nice. East side 5 room home good condition 150 x 20Q.lot. West, side 5 room home 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,' 4 miles 'Hope, .2 houses, 5 & 6 rooms with electricity and water in houses, Butane, gas, barns and other farm buildings, Ever lasting water through, pasture. We have these and otber .farms large or small to' sell. R. D. FRANKLIN COMPANY 106 SOUTH MAIN ST. 18,6t IN THE HEMPSTEAD PROBATE COURT IN THE MATTER OF THE' ESTATE OF W^ G. McMULL'EN, •' DECEASED C D WALKER, ADMINISTRATOR If Gavilan is that far over the hill at 28. Robinson can well won- cer what his chances would be of going 15 grueling, rounds with such a relentless puncher as Bobo Olson, who succeeded him as middleweight king. The Sugar Boy says he is 32, the book qrelits him with 34 years and you probably would be safe in splitting the difference. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Instructions That C. D. Walker, as administrator of the estate of W. G. McMullen, deceased, has filed his petition in said Court asking for authority to sell the lands hereinafter described for cash, free of all encumbrances, at public sa\e at the front door or entrance to the Court House in the City of Hope, Arkansas, said lands being situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, and described as follows: • • : The North thirty (30) acres of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NW J /4 SW.Vi) of Section Seventeen (17), Town- Holland Balers Wrltt , Ark. * CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor. '104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327, 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th, Texarkana, Ark. Phone ?*S860 or 22-6666. 19-1 Mo. to Clear More This Weekend The brash young men of Arkansas make their last rwipe into Texas this week in search of a fourth straight Southwest Conference victory and a command. ing i position in the pressured stretch drive. The fans have ceased to wonder how they've- doing, Arkansac now is conceded to have quite a foot- Porkers Due to Jump in Nqt'l Rating By ED WILKS ' Of The Associated Press ' With the annoying smog blown out to sea, the air over Lo's Angeles was diffused with the scent of roses ioday and unless the all- around the Scioto River is especially heavy, you could small the same aroma in Columbus, Ohio. •It may be .only the last week in October' elsewhere, :but in those two spots it's Jan. 1, 1955 and Southern Cal;|forn. ; Jj| and Ohio State, a pair of upstarts in the Pacific Coast and Big Ten confer- By RAY.STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK — (W For three quarters Saturday, tho Arkansas Razorbacks looked like the epitome of a Tennessee system football team on offense: Three plays, or less, into the line and kick. Then, in one instant tho Porkers did what they had been working all afternoon to sot up —T 66-yard pass play for the touchdown that gave them a (3-0 Iri- uipph. over the University of Mis . was good, and the score was 25-U. The third quarter see sawed with neither team scoring further. Stamps took a punt from the Hornets early in the last quarter and worked the bull down to the 5, Kuykendall going over .on a quarterback sneak. The extra point was added and it was 32-ff. The Hornets received and began clicking. A 50 yard pass from Willis t< Smith put the ball on the 30. Another pass to Smith was good and the pigskin rested on the 3. Bry-son plunged through center for the touchdown and then kicked the ex- lra int and t t, c Hornets had 7 points. ' Stamps last touchdown came as the game was about over with R. Chastain going over from the 5. Extra point was good and the game ended with the Score: Stamps 39 - Blevins 7. The Yellow^V sissippi. The victory ran undefeated A: - - of Tulsa in the game 1953. That tied the longest run kansas' winning streak to six, five for this season, plus the conquest of of. consecutive victories ever turned in by a Razorback team, compiled over the 1936-37 seasons. Arkansas also handed Ole Miss its -first loss in six games, knocked the Rebels out of the lead in the Southeast Conference, and prob- f.bly cost -them a bid to the Sugar Bowl. Mississippi had schedule the fix onces, Bowl. aie battling in the Rose ball tenm but it could be a jackets led in first downs with 18, threw 10 pusses and completed 4 for 68 yards, gained 142 yards and lost 15 yards on penalties. The Hornets made 10 first downs, threw 16 passes and completed 6 for 110 yards and had 2 intercepted, made 74 yards,rushing and lost 5 yards on penaties. Officials were: W. H. Morrison H. L. .' James Sullivan •REF.; William Wtpte UMP. Friday night the Hornets go to Prescott to engage the Curley Wolves for th second time this season. Blevins lost a close one to Prescott on the Hornets field earlier in the season by a 23 to 19 score. The Horn*|i now have a Won 3 and Lost 4 average. unable to | Southeast fons MRANTEED C«H Night Hum* APARTMENTS — choice investment property. Foui' Unit brick apartment house. Close-in 2 blocks business district. Can be bought at a real bargain and financed 20 years. TWO unit apartment - Cose in. Just been re-conditioned priced for quick sale. Small down payment, balance monthly. HOMES — q room modem home. East Third st. Nice neighborhood, Close to business district. Also grade school. Owner leaving city. Will finance — priced to sell. OVERSEAS Jobs. High Pay. South America, Alaska, Europe. Tra- 5 ROOM home. Attic Fan, carport. Male Help Wanted vel paid. Self-addressed, stamped envelope brines details. Dept. 44A EASTLAND COMPANY, Box 1406, Los Angeles 28, Calif. 25-lt Wanted IY SURPLUS WANTED BUY inch rough green Qgk Irumber — regular lengths and tie siding- for prices and specifics* tioni writ? •— GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNfc ARKANSAS ed$e ef apres ot land. several homes with 3 to large storage room, Deep lot, South Hervey,' Financed FHA. $44.00 per month. Will sell equity lor $700,00, This home is worth the money. ' J. I. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. 7-2228 21-3 ship Ten CIO) South, Range Twenty-five (35) West. By order of said Court, said pe- ition will be heard by said Court r the Judge thereof, at .9 o'clock ... m., November 10, 1954, in the Court Room in'the Court House in he City of Hope in Hempstead bounty, Arkansas. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said Court on this 21st day of October, 1954. HARRY HAWTHORNE Clerk of Said Court Oct. 25. Nov. 1 night and a half for. the Razorbacks when they tackle , grim and embittered Texas A&M at College Station, • ••"••' The battling Aggies haven't won a conference game as yet —- in fact have won only one out of six for the season . but there always comes a time in the rough and rugged Southwest Conference Legal Notice AT 1107 West 7th, this attractive modern home on 100' x 142' shady lot has two large bedrooms, den kitchen, dining room and living room. Hardwood floors, built-in 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 tbvee year old modern, two bedroom home, hardwood floors, attic fan, floor furnace, screened povch and carport. Possession in, 30 days, CALL - FOSTER REALTY CO 2J7 S. Main St. PR 7-4694 22-3t No. 7676 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. H. H. Hall Plaintiff vs. Margaret K, Hall .... Defendant Warning Order The defendant, Margaret K. Hall warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the con> plaint of the Plaintiff, H. H. Hall. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 9 day of October 1954. (SEAL) Gavvett Willis, Clerk,. Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1 Legal Notice Buiintn Opportunity LIFETIME d.istributprship for National Manufacturers who pio- ne^red super*mark^t sey-servjce greeting card display cases. mediate csstl or vending. Just No gelling delivering to wholesale accounts. Complete specialists. $560 revolving inventory capjjjal can net excellent monthly §pftre time Income. Send, name, age, phone —' J •--»— ttwrt NOTICE IN THE, PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAP COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF W. H. A. Schnetker, deceased Last known address oi decedent: Hope, Ark. Date of death: Sept 11, 1954, An instrument dated August 3, 1950, was on the 1 day of October, 1954, admitted to prob.ate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor 1 thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will pan be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit tnem, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they sha,H be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 4 day Of Qctoberi 1854 V _ .__._„„_ when the lowliest rises up. Saturday night-might be that time for the Aggies, who tiaven't been playing, poor football and are getting better each week. Arkwansas remained undeeafted and untied and in a position to ascend to its highest pinnacle in the] nation's football when the Razorbacks beat Mississippi 60 last week. That was the No. 5 team they were licking. Southern Methodist, the only outfit unbeaten in conference play, runs into its nemesis of four years the befuddled Texas Longhorns. Texas lost to Rice 13-7 last week to virtually fade from championship consideration but a victory over SMU would salve a lot of injured feelings. It could be that Arkansas will be the only unbeaten team in the race after Saturday. Texas power, shackled thus far, is due to break loose in a torrent any time now. Baylor and Texas Christian scrap at Foi't Worth in a game of deep significance for both. The loser will tumble from a chance at the title. Rice has no worries. The Owls play an intersectioal game, meeting Vanderbilt at Houston, The conference really went to town in its battle against outside foes last week, winning all three inters<?ctional games on the schedule. In addition to. Arkansas' triumph over Mississippi, Tesas Christian romped on Penn State 20-7 and Southern Methodist easi- iy whipped Kansas 384? » n a mud The Trojans and the Buckeyes got past big threats this past weekend to remain unbeaten in their leagues. And at this stage of the season, that's enough to ftart the 'bosvl drums. The Cotton Bowl also apparently will have an unexpected entry New Year's Day how in Arkansas. The Razorbacks, No. 7 nationally, added to their unbeaten record with, a clear-cut 6-0 success over fifth-ranked Mississippi. The Razorbacks will be trying for their fourth Southwest Conference victory against Texas A&M Saturday. Then only Rice and SMU would stand 'between Arkansas and the bowl bid. After surprising Califoinia 29-27 last Saturday, Southern Cal now needs only a form performance against Oregon State, Stanford and Washington in conference play. The Trojans then wind up against UCLA the big ' bad defending cn what lookoc , ]ik( , another rou . necessary to qualify for the conference title, so the game with Southwest Conference Arkansas had been designated a league contest for the Rebels.' ' In the end, the team that had everything tn lose and shouldn't have lost to the team that had nothing but prestige at stake, and should have been defeated. Even the most rabid Arkansas fan -would "bo "hard put to question the fact that Mississippi had the superior ball club — in everything but competitive spirit. Arkansas, an aggregation which has glaring weaknesses on paper, had none on the field, simply because -it is a team that refuses to be beaten. The Porkers take full advantage of all their dubious assets, and capitalize on their opponents' mistakes to boot. For three quarters, Ole Miss shoved Arkansas all over War Memorial StadiunV's fiold, as long as the ball was between the 2(.ls. Once Mississippi got anywhere tine sweep. But, Preston Corpeiv ter had slipped behind the Mississippi defense, and Benson passed 35 y;irds to the brilliant back.p Carpenter took the ball going;*" away, and outran two rebel defenders to score untouched. Benson missed the kick. Most o? the 38,000 hysterical fans who packed the stadium had but seen it's PCC only champs finish as but they need the runner-up to the title-favored Uclans, who can't return to' the Rose Bowl, to gain the New Year's Day date. Southern Cal gets started on the last lap this Saturday against Oregon State, which was mauled by 20 ' 7 Baylor downed. Texj>s to eliminate the' latter from the race and keep its ..p.wn.,Jwpes glow- jng CONFERENCE QAMES, UCLA, the nation's No. 3 team, Cl-0. Ohio State, which beat California 17-14 in the 1950 Rose Bowl, moved out of its dark horse role last weekend by beating previously undefeated and second-ranked Wisconsin 31-14. For a return to the Pasadena classic, tr.e fourth ranked Buckeyes now must dispose of Northwestern, a suspected patsy; Purdue, a possible upse:- ter; and Michigan, a bonafide challenger. Northwestern, bealen by Pitt 14-7 last weekend, crpposes Ohio State this Saturday. Hendrix Once-beaten Michigan made it Ouachita a two-team rnce in the ,Big Ton ASTC with its 34-0 rout of Minnesota, previously unbeaten and No. 8 in the nation, The Wolverines take on Indiana this Saturday on the way to what may be a vvinner-tako-iill showdown with Ohio State Nov. 20. Oklahoma, the nation's No. 1 team, plays the once-ambitious Colorado Buffaloes this Saturday ffler taking it easy against fellow Big Seven member Kansas State 21-0 last weekend.- The Buffs, hopeful of an upset in the Big Seven, were upset themselves and towed to Nebraska 20-6. UCLA hat California on the list this Saturday. close to the Arkansas goal, the outweighed, outmfnned Porkers held fast. On the other hand, Arkansas' offense contented itself for three our.rters with- the stolid, unimaginative style of play that usually maiks a single wing team. Fullback ' Henry Moore went inside, Tailbacks George Walker and Buddy Benson went outside, and passed oily when the situation guaranteed a maximum of safety. Then Arkansas got the ball on their own 17 late in the fourth^ quarter. Benson and Joe Bill Wilson, understudy to Moore, picked up enough for a first down, then moved on to the 34. With third down coming up and six long yards needed for that all important first, Benson took the ball and started around ieft end 3 .000 19 Cfi 4.000 61 .. 120 6 .000 51 173 Rock Last Week's Results Arkansas Tech 9; Little Junior College 6 Southwestern 33; Hendrix 13 Henderson 14; Ozarks 13 Southern State 38; State Teacher? G Qames This Week Friday Hendrix at Henderson Arkansas Frosh at Oklahoma AfipM Frosh Arkansas SMU •'" W L pet ?ts Op 3, 0' 1,000 Ql 40 1 0' i-000 20 6 j, 1 .§00 34. 40 that, jnfgt <p yo« Q « . Baylor Rice Texas Texas A&M AU, GAMES i 1:500 11 .500 0 3 .000 02 .000 40 23 19 14 27 W L Pot Btf Op 5 0 1.0.00 108 40 Arkansas Football The standings: CONFERENCE- GAMES .W Lpct Pts Op Ark Tech 3 0 1.0.QQ 98.34 Southern 3 1 .750 79 41 Ozarks J 2 .333' 41 35 Henderson 1 2 .333 37 59 Ark A&M 2 0 1.000 40. 6 ouaehita c a .000 21 ee 03 .00,0 35 98, Saturday Arkansas State, State at Memphis Arkansas Tech 'at Arkansas Little Rock JC at Southern S,tate Slate Teachers at Ouachita (Overflowing win before, doubtful that they ever saw as, great a group of "money" players as this bunch of Razorbaeks. That Benson-to-Cnrpentor pass was the only long threw tried Arkansas in the entire- game. Be fore that play, Arkansas had tried anything so daring as a simple r averse- but once. They played to catch Mississippi guard, and it worked. When Benson started around that end, tha entire Rebel squad surged joyously forward to meet him, and allowed Carpenter to race unhindered and unprotected to rear. In whipping Mississippi, Arkan-*y sas slopped the country's best offensive team and shut out the Rebels for the first time this year. In all its previous games, Missisrippi scored at least three touchdowns. Arkansas' offense found harder going against Mississippi than it did in whipping TCU, Baylor and Texas. Mississippi bottled up ace Fullback Henry Moore and held the Little Rock bruiser to a gain of only 24 yards, all afternoon. But they couldn't Moore from playing his outstanding game on defense. It was Moore who intercepted a Mississippi pass in the end zone which well might have given the Rebels the game. Leading the Razorback defense, as usual, was the incomparable Bud Brooks. Brooks ran over the heavier Missisippi line as thought it didn't exist. Sophomores Dick* Hardwick and Billy Ray Smith and the veteran Wayland Roberts also turned in outstanding performances in the Arkansas Hue, and little Joe Thomason again was a defensive stalwart in the backfield. Until they scored, Arkansas had made only one serious touchdown drive, and a 15-yard penalty halted that one. Mississippi was able to trate the Arkansas 20 only twjce and another drive was stopped on the 25. Coach Bowdcn Wyatt called the Arkansas victory mendous team effort," ed, "we p)ay Texas A&M .riext Saturday." s i t 2 aa 4<\ ASTC QAMES Ark Tech W L Pet Pts Op § 0 1.000 }3§ «SS 5 ; M us -,,m-" STEIL CONSTRUCTION Shed,?, Fornfi Buildings and Industrial Bwil rnqde according to specifications. Can IP? structed at low cost; GMl .., PR 7«4$S1 ' for complete inforrn^tion. DUCKETT STiEL r ? -K 1 * »" , "•• -, * >*' I ,* A K R A N § Al H 0 1 1 $ f A'ltV- M Monday, October 25, 1§S4 OtARK IK1 TJEST.jyiansiiiLui.:!!,,^ |T WASN'T WHY DIDN'T < C NECESSARY YOU ANSWER DAWGONNIT.' 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