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The Hope Stor will not be respon- tlbls for error* In Wont Ad» unleu errors ore called to our attention after FIRST Imertlen 'of ad and then far ONLY thC ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE; PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star FOP Sole Layaway Open on TRIKES '- BIKES AND D6LLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. 900 SACKS Lion-Brand Ammonium Nitrate-33.5%. Nitrogen Pellett F.qrrrt easy to put out $3.20 per sack, How is the time to put it on your oats. MCW1LLIAMS SEED .STORE ," ... 2d-Gt PANSY. Plants, large flowering, best plants, Moms Seed Store. ; l-3t For Rent HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phorie 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY- furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf 38 Teams Remain ort Unbeaten List - JfEW YORK I/PI Thirty college football teams are still un defeated and untied. Seven of them are mnjor schools. UCLA, Cincinnati and • Montana State top the unbeaten list with seven victories each. Ohio State, Miami (la) Arkansas and Oklahoma have won six each. M!ajor teams dropped from the unbeaten and untied rankings over 1he weekend were West Virginia, Boston College and" Virginia Tech. Rice and SMU Barrier to Sl«r «» Mo»« 1199; Pron Ooniolldnttd January 11, 192* PublWied every weekday afternoon by ITAR #UBLISMINO CO. C. E. Palmer, Preildenl Mt*. H. Washburn, $*cy.TN«. at Th« Star Building 113-14 South Walnut $tre«t Hop*, Arkaniai • By The Associated; Press Time is running out on those v/ho have thought Arkansas' young Razcrbacks wouTd crack under the mounting pressure of an ^nbeaten Southwest Conference ' football march and if their dire predictions arc to come true it will have to be in just two weeks. The tight-fisted Razorbacks. riding through' six straight Victories on a combination of smart foot NICE .duplex apartment - three ball, alertness end'an element of rooms and bath. Located, at 404 l« f :k, meet' the first of their two West Fifth street. Call. 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Phone backs appear in for an afternoon 7-2821" •> • 29-3t as 'tough or tougher than thoso gone on before. Rice still is in the championship ace and-could throw things into i huge mess by knocking over the Wonder Boys of the Ozarks ever hough Arkansas is leading (he con. France - with a brilliant 4.-0 record. Southern Methodist and Bay r .or also -are still in the' race and .he' Methodists -. could take over irsl place by a, combination of happenings this week. Should Rice teat Arkansas and Southern Meth odist triumph over Texas A&M at Dallas, then SMU would be on top by a half-game. The half-game thing came into the picture last week' when Southerr Mctho'dist was fought to a 13-13 tie by Texas. Baylor could fall out of the race or it. could enhance it. ^chances imme.asruably. The Bears who eliminated Texas Christian 32 7 Saturday, play Texas nt' Wacc in the nationally.televised game o the week. Texas':presented" a: fear ful challenge with its resUrgenc in the second haUHJto almost bio 1 . Southern Methodis.t 1 ' 1 into defeat. Best chances are that this week work will project the : grand sho\\ down — meaning Arkansas will b favored to beat Riq6 and Souther Methodist to lick'';!Texas A&M Such a situation'^'fcbuld put th championship on the pine-Nov. ] when Arkansus plays Souther Methodist at Fayetteville in its f nal conference game. . Last week's results brought t three the number of teams luiocked Porkers Have Rough Time But Win 14-7 By RAY STEPHENS FAYETTEVILLE OF)— "We were very fortunate to get away from there with a win," said Coach Bowden Wyatt as he brought his Arkansas RazorbackS home from Texas A&M last night. "Everybody told us they uidn't liave a very good team, but they blayed a fine game against us." Wyatt told a reporter. "They moved the ball as Well as anyone we'.ve played this year. Arkansas stopped Texas A&M 14-7 Saturday night, and for tho first time in history won all tho Southwest Conference games it had scheduled on Texas soil. The undefeated Razorbacks, ranked No. 4 in the nation prior to Saturday's victory, also tied the longest winning streak, seven in a row, ever run up by an Aikansas team. The last time Arkansas won seven straight was in 1909. On the basis of past performance, Arkansas was supposed to have an easy time of it at College Station, but the Aggies almost proved too much for the Porkers. 'Arkansas mufed a Fcoring opportunity the /irst time it got the ball when a pass interception gava possession to the Aggies on their own 13'and stopped an Arkansas Prescott Again Hands Defeat to Blevins Playing before a small crowd of shivering home fans and visitors, the Prescott Curly Wolves downed the Blevins Hornets for the second time this season by a score of 26 to 12. Neither team scored in the first quarter, both teams .making numerous fumbles because of the cold weather, but each racked up six points in the "second period, the Curly Wolves scoring on a pass from Birdsong to S. Weaver, and the Hornets coming back for their touchdown when Bryson went over the 10 after a long pass to Smith had set up the play. The half ended 6-6. Bobby Hall made Prescott's second score early in the third quarter, going around his own left end for 10 yards and paydirt.. Try for extra point wrts good and the Curly Wolves led 13-6. Hall scored again for the Wolves in the final quar< ter going over from the 5. A pass was good for the extra point and Prescott led 20 to 6. The Hornets scored next after- Douglas Steed had blocked a Prescott punt and recovered it on the 40. Donald ^Vorthy scooted to thp 4 and then went over for the score and The came Shaw's Death Leaves Speedway in Trouble INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 1 l*i The plane crash death Saturday of automobile racing immortal Wilbur Shaw, felt the future of the In- clianapolis Motor Speedway in doubt today. "I've been so broken up about it,! I don't know what we'll do, said Alton J. (Tony) Hulman, speedway owner. Shaw, three-time winner of the iOO-mile Memorial Day race in lis 20 years of profesFioriol racing and president and manager of the speedway since World War II. w? 3 tilled with two associates wHon heir plane crashed in a cornfield near Decatur, Irid., during a light snowfall The other victims were Ernest B. Ropse, 41, oficial artist for the speedway, and Ray Grimes, 40. of Greenfield, Ind., -pilot of the plans. They were returning from De> troit when Shaw who would have been 52 years old Sunday, had te driven a 1955 model Chrysler. 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For Sole or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested,, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark, Phone 7-5860 or 22-6666. 10-1 Mo. Gommunity By Holen. Turner ^ 7-5S30 Or bring Items to Ml*s Turner ' at Hicks Funeral Homo rive. Teas A&M led by the great Awood Kettler, marched right ack up the field to score and take 7-0 lead. Arkansas, as has been its cus- cait of the race except for the' Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Tellington Browji were held Sunday, October 3i." at Lonoke Bap- mathematical imnrobability of a team winning the title after losing om, took advantage of an Aggie mistake to get its first touchdown ust before the half ended. Arkanas' jerry McFadden recovered a Cadet fumble on the A&M 38, an.'l hen George Walker passed to Vail Matthews for the touchdown A third quarter drive netted the other Porker touchdown. Henry Moore. Arkansas' leading groutvl gainer for the day, dived across Torn the three. Wyatt would listen .to no sugges- tionthst Arkansas had been flat after its startling 6-0 upset of Ole Miss the previous Saturday. •"I thought our boys played a mighty 'fine ball game," he said. "We moved the ball very well; cur blocking was good. We were a little off in our tackling, but that's 11." . The : Arkansas' coach held out no optimism for next Saturday, when the Razorbacks take on the rugged Rice Owls at Little Rock. They beat us 47-0 last year aivl they are an improved team,' he said. "We'll be lucky if they don't beat us 40-0 this year. All we hope to do is play them a decent game.' Arkansas triumph over the Ag- gies ran the Razorbacks' victory string''for this year to six straight. Arkansas also won the final game of the 1953 season to run up its seven-game streak. The Razorbacks, who now stand alone at the top of the Southwest Conference, have whipped Tulsa, Texas Christian Baylor, Texas, Blevins had 12 points Curly Wolves last tally when Dexter Harris went over from the 8. Try for ex tra point was no good and the ga me ended, Prescott 26, Blevins 12. The Wolves made 15 first downs, passed 9 times and completed 6 for 65 yards with 2 intercepted-. They received 6 penalties for 70 yards and gained 1G3 yards rushing. The Hornets made 10 first downs, passed 10 times and completed 2 for 30 yards with 2 intercepted. Blevins received 3 penalties for 35 yards and made 115 yards rushing. Prescott Cheerleaders are: Norma Renfro, Ginger Ma.rtin, Carolyn Gill, Wyonda D'ail. Sue Keeley, Martha Ligon, and Patsy Ellis and Merilyn Lee as Co-Cautains. Officials were: Don McCullar, John Kornagy and Moore Fourth in Rushing, Walker Drops DALLAS M?. The battle for sta tistical leaderships in Southwes Conference football has tifihlcnei up like a wet hatband and Rice' Dicky Moegle, Baylor's Billy Hooper and Texas A&Ms E: wood Kettler have reason to worr; about the closing rush of Hcnr; Moore of Arkansas and Duan Nutt of Southern Methodist. Moegle leads the ball-clnrrier with 508 yards on 72 runs but 'an other gam«! for Moore like tha against Texas A&M could toppl the Rice rambler from his percl Moo're <;ot 134 yards on 25 carrla i'griinst the Aggies and moved fcoi a distant fourth into second jus ?9 yards behind. Nutt threw for a tremendous 17 yards against Texas to' advanc Mcumiar jonn ivo...^*. -'"i, vUhin 31 yards o f Hooper In th Frank Pike. Friday afternoon a | * lcad Jn Roo 2 o'clock the Blevins Hornets will * . nnlv ,„ vn ,. ri . aErainst Texa play Mineral Springs in nets annual homecoming game. A large crowd of former Blevins students is expected, and, the homecoming queen will be crowned Friday morning in the Hornets Gymnasium. ' Viu |ef got only 59 yards against Tex .H.OI- Cm . jstian an( j ncw has 578 yards on 36 completions in 63 throws. Three Major Upsets in Pro League By EARL WRIGHT * United Press ports Write* Timely triumphs by 'the defend* .g champion Detroit Lions and leveland Bro\vns plus three upset letories by underdogs made ( thj| atlonal Football League's dlvis'.. aces tight as wet shoes today with 0 of the 12 teams at the halfway marks in their 12-game schedule*. The leaders staggered out of the eekend action with the Philadel- hia Eagles, Pittsburgh SteeleM nd New York Giants still tied foF he Eastern lead with 4-2 record!. ut the Browns, who started slow'- y in their bid to win the division rown for the fifth straight time, ow are 3-2 and only a half-gam* ehind. The Lions, seeking a third traight Western division and play- ff title, again are tied with the an Francisco Forty-Ninera for th« Western lead. San Francisco has JL -1-1 record and Detroit is 4-1. Tie? on't count in the NFL. The Green Bay Packers began he wave of upsets Saturday night. They were 11-polnt underdogs but hrashed the'Eagles, 37-14. The Chicago Cardinals were Sunday's big- est underdogs — 20 points — bul edged the Steelers, 17-14, ; Several hours later at San Francisco, Harlon Hill snared hi» 'ourth touchdown pass of the day with 25 seconds to go and the Ctyjy cago Bears — 10-point underdogs?— landed tho Fo'rty-Niners their fb-f* 1954 defeat, 31-27. At Los Angeles, 74,342 fans saw the Lions show how and why they have dominated the league the lart two years. The champions mad* every break count and came from behind twice to edge the Ram", 27-24. At Cleveland, the Browns recovered a New York fumble earlyJtt the third period and turned it nvP the decisive touchdown in their. 24-14 victory. The Redskins also furnished a mild surprise Sunday's other game. They were seven-point underdogs at Washington but P9sted their first 1954 victory by edging, the Baltimore Colts, 24-21, on Vic Janowicz' first NFL field goaL tist Church with Home in charge. Hicks Funeral Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Chur- fch : will rehearse Tuesday November 2, •»* 7:30 p. m. night, Wonted ite Control Co, )SD-INSURED |nip«cHpn C«JI IDDLEBROOKS Jr, i. Ni 9 ht Phow WANTED Junior Ghoir of Rising Star Baptist Church will rehearse. Monday nigl>t. November 1, at 7:30 p. m- Senior and junior choirs of Garrett Chapel Baptist ^Church will rehearse Tuesday nfglit, Novembei- 2, at 7:30. p. m. TO BUY Senior choir of Lonoke Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday ni ght, November 2. at 7:30 p. m; The Community Club held the.ir regular meeting 'on Monday, October 25, at 7:30 p. : m. Members present 15, Bible lesson was taught by Floyd Bradley. One visitor was present, Rev. L. A. Clark. The next meeting will be held Thursday, November 1, at 7:30 p. m. two games. TCU joined Texas ancl Texas A&M in the limbo of ; the also-rans. Arkansas didn't find things easy in beating Texas A&M 14-7 to complete its first sweep of Texas in the history of its membership in the conference. But the Razorbacks haven't found the going easy many times anyway. That's why their triumphs have been so tantalizing. Rice had a pretty good workout just the kind to turn up for the grand effort against Arkansas in beating Vanderbijt 34-13. . . Texas Christian ^rj^sts this week and will concentrate on ways and means of beating arch enemy Texas Nov. 13. The standings: Conference Arkansas SMU Baylor Rice '. TCU : Texas ( Texas A&M ( ALL GAMES W L T Pet Pts Op 400 1.000 73 4 101 .750 33 3,1 0 667 .500 .333 52 Ole Miss, and Texas A&M in succession. Arkansas gained sole possession of the top spot in the conference when Texas held Southern Methodist to a 13-13 tie Saturday. SMU and Arkansas' are the only teams unbeaten in conference play, and the Razorbacks are the Southwest's only undefeated team for the season. . 13 37 41 52 .167 27 46 .800 34 55 , ansl -" S * *» pori BARGAIN HOUSE '" One inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications Vfrite <—• PURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS ^ -Mite for p*rt timp aa]es hfive car, Rxperienp? not ftfi??gs9ry .Commission. Wri1;«r fa f^St'Office Bojf, 250, Hope, Ar &a#sa$. Hiving name, address '•"Shone number for Survfcti QHtr«d NLR Edges Yerger by Single Point Yerger Tigers went do^n in defeat at the. hands of North Little Ropk Friday night by a score of 13 to 12/The Tigers now have won three while dropping four, Hope did all of its scoring in the opening period with George Boatner making the 'first tally and John \yilson running 62 yards fbi the second. Both extra points were missed and that cost the the ball genie, The Dragons completed a 30 yard pass for their first score in the third period and. again in th,e' v ifina 15 seconds passed over from the one. The extra point kick was good Hope gained 251 yards rushing completed 1 two of U passes, gained six first downs and were penaliz.ee 85 yards, North Little Rock gained US yards rusWng, completed 1 of 31*pas§e^ for 105 yards, ma t de 1 first downs and were 'penalised 35 ..W.,L..T.. Pct..Pts.Op Arkansas 600 1.000 123 47 sMU 3 11 .700 10 53 Baylor 520 .714 177 f!6 4 2 0 .667 134 81 TCU 4-30 .571 134 93 Texas 3 4 1 .357 84 101 Texas A&M 160 1.43 62 120 15-1 M»^1^4* ?) k i A ^ '> n L Kfc.:.-*** 1 , «,*??, A^I".*^ • ' r l- Being in Top 10 Marks Any Football Team By ED WILK :' Of the Associated Press There's a great deal of prestige connected with being listed among I the nation's top 10 teams in ool ege football, but the only squad ,vho regard you with respect an ;he ones you've already licked. Look what happened last week end; West Virginia, ranked No. 7, wa dumped off its unbeater streak bj Pittsburgh, admittedly an improv A&MStartles Tech, Leads College Loop By The Associated Press Arkansas A&M's Boll Weevils stand today at the top of the Arkansas Intercollegiatfi Conference and look very much like a thing" to repeat as AIC football champions. Saturday, the Boll Weevils took a long step toward their seconc consecutive title by downing heav- jly-favored Arkansas Tech 20-Vt before a homecoming crowd.'"of nearly 7,000 at Monticello . Jt w,as Tech's, first loss of the season after five straight triumphs and knocke.d the Wpnder Boys from the No. 1 spot they had shared with A&M. The big, deep Tech team had appeared to PS the. conference pow^ er until they ran into a bunch of little, bruised Weevils who just refused to toe defeated. los Cotton Bowl Tickets All 'Sold Out' Nutt has connected on 42 out of 5 for 557 yards. Nutt also is breathing on ths e.ck of Kettler in tgtal offenso., he Aggie.Quarterback leads with 56 yards on 154 plays. Nutt is nly 55 yards back and has com- 'DALLAS Wl All .ave been sold and the tickets the Cotton ing tefim, but one that had ,hree of five. Wisconsin, listed No. 8 with a 4 record, was socked by Iowa, an c-x-top lOer with a 3- 2record, 13r7 Oklahoma, No.2 ha dto scram ble to beat Colorado 13-6. Th Buffs, with a 4-2 record, had bee pointing for the Sooners since last se&Eon and managed to hold to a 0-0 lead into the final period. Arkansas, No. 4, had plenty of notice Texas -A Si M was out for an upset and had to scrap for a J4-7 victory, with both/TDs set up by Aggie fumbles.- Army, • No 5, thought it had a breeze against t'V'ice-beaten Virginia, but barely made it 21-20. Notre Dame, No. 6, was busy all afternoon restraining Navy 6-0, And »ow that those ordeals a,re over, there's yet another roud at Ambitious foes ahead this weekend. .Qhio State. Army and Arkansa? Would appear to have drawn the Bowl is just waiting for the bat o bounce so it can have at leasi ne of the teams for the New Year's football game. That's how it has been in tho Southwest Conference this season the games, are s"o close they're driving the boys who deal in poinf spread a trifle nuts For instance vith 38 fewer points Arkansa: would '. be out of the race insteac of leading the league. And Texa Christian would be in first place nstead of out o Ihe race "if it had made only 14 more points. Host team in the Cotton Bowl 5 he conference champion. It's possible but not probabl' :hat the conference representative .vill be known this week. Tha ivould depend on some startlin nines happening. Arkansas lead with a 4-0 record Southern Meth odist is second with a victory a tie. Baylor is third with a 2- record and Rice is fourth with 1-1 Rice plays Arkansas at Littl Rock Saturday while Souther Methodist meets .Texas A&M ; Dallas and Baylor engages Texa at Waco. If Arkansas beats Rice ; Southern Methodist beat Arkansa A&M, Arkansas will be in the Cot ton Bowl although not conferenc champion. Baylor, should it los no more gaiyies, could tie Ai kansas for the title in the ever Southern Methodist beat Arkansas in the Jatter final conference gam Nov. 13. But under conferenc rules, if two teams tie for th title the one that beat the otho ilcd his If.ys. 601 yards on 52 fewer Ray Taylor of Texas Christian eads the punters with ar. average f 41.7 . yards on 39 kicks but ....... George Walker of Arkansas haslin defense••;by giving up only 28.? 1.0 on 30. In pass receiving Del'yards per contest.- vote AGAINST Act 285 Vote This Way AGAINST REFERRED ACT 285 fat. A«T. F*M by W. JL APPLES Wholesale or Retail •ARKANSAS BLACKS • ROME BEAUTY • GOLDEN DELICIOUS • RED DELICIOUS • STAYMEN WINESAP CAGE EGGS RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 in regular season play goes to th'« Cotton Bowl. Arkansas beat Bayloi 31-20. Bowl officials indicate Penn State, West Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia Tech, Alabama, Georgia and Pittsburgh are being eyed as ible opponents for the South- vest representative. yards. H9pe standouts were Boat-) Jjittlo Punk Owen, a J50-pound ner, WUson, Champion, Rogers and fireball who wqflld look more at home as a cheei leader, was the I man most responsjble for writing T ,. r Hrst sUccessful beet sugav'sn end, tp Tech's ^ctory In the Wed States vf^s in The Wonder ~ iw* --•- grabbed tho held a 14-7 edge at halftime. Then the Weevils fought from behind to tie the' ga.me in the third pc-rior and SO ahead to stay in the final quarter. ; Qwpn scored twipe, once pn Ipysrd jaunt and once from 28 yards away. Be also kicked two extra PPWts. Gene Su,en, the little Chinese halfback fro.m Dei mott gpored the other touchdown. Inability ^o stop Owen and Suen rroivnd end ?nd to halter the pass ing of Jack. Allen led to Tech' lJ. In one 79-y4rd Weev AUen's passes jtcconnteq foi oughest among thcsO not listed jr he top 10. "** The Bucksyes (6-0) meet Pitt, m oulfit that has won three in a •ow after dropping its first three Barnes. Army next opposes Yale, a 5-1-0 team that insists the Cadets, with their 5-1 record, aren't the best in the East. Still unbeaten Arkansas (6-0) has another of is weekly "tess" ahead in Rice. The Razorbacks have the upper hand in the Southwest Con k'erence, and presumably in the race for the Cotton Bowl, bu Rice's Dick Moegle looks to be oest back they've faced. jAn embarrassing weekend might piso be in store for Purdue, the fjo. 9. team, which handled Jllinoiij with ease, 28-14, last Saturday. The Boilermakers face Iowa, apparent ly now turned spoiler after bein$ knocked out of the Big Ten Oklahoma (6-0) and Notre (4-1) should have easier times weekend. The Sooners m,«t State (H) and th? Irish play STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CAUL... PR 7-4683 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. 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