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Rice players praised Moore a 'a 'better fullback" than Wisco sin's-heralded Alan- Ameche "Moore's-not as powerful, but he 1 faster," one. Rice player said. Arkansas Coach Bbwden Wyi an outstanding .candidate for coac of the year, uses Moore chiefly o a fullback -".delay".. • or "draw play that is .designed 4a sprin Itarpmeriri' Henry-loose up th middle. It seldom does. 'But it i such a'.constant threat that Porke fores hsve to keep In close to guar against him. In • the •• mean time teammate Walker .can pass, o quick-kick over their heads. Tailback Walker also has a .pe c^f-tackle slant _that''^works wel Walker, though not «xceplionally fast, is. Arkansas' "smartest" run- rer.' On the off-tackle play, Moore, blocking back Preston Carpenter end guard Bud Brooks leads tha way. . '. . : . Brooks,. an' .all-American candidate, led Walker to a 38-yard touchdown that clinched the win over Rice. A newspaper photo clearly shows Brooks knocking down the last man-Dicky Moegle. Texas relaxed its defense against Moore's uptthe-middle 1 ;smashes and he got away oh an 82-yard touch down jaunt. Wyatt switched his ^singlewing Offense slightly against Texas A&M sending -Moore off'tackle on a Unbeaten Porks Remain in 4th Spot in Poll By HUGH FULL§RT0N JR. Of. The Associate) Press By a comfortable margin IP a 'hopping big ballot, UCLA retainpd s ranking as the nation's lead- ng college football- team in this veek's Associat?d Press poll of ports writers and broadcasters. An even SOO votes wore tabu? ated to confirm the high-scoring Jclans' claim to the top place over ic challenges, of Ohio State and Oklahoma, lenders in earlier pulls his season. UCLA was first on 117 of the 00 ballots. Ohio State got 80 first ilace. votes. Points wore tabulated on the isual basis of IP for each first- ilace vote, 9 for second, 8 for third, tc, ' ' The first five teams- held the ame place? they dropped into dur- ng the general reshuffling of thn sast two weeks, but several im- >ortant chances were registered ilsewhere in the first 10. After UCLA, with 2,GGO points; and Ohio State, with 2,594. cani Dklahoma- Arkansas, Notre Dame, Army, Mississippi Southern Cali- 'ornla, Iowa and Navy in order. Miami of Florida, suffering its first defeat at Auburn's hands after six straight victories, fell from sixth place to llth. Purdue also disappeared' from tho top after taking a 25-14 licking from. Iowa. That made room for Iowa 12th last week, and Navy in the top. Army's 48-7 shellacking of pro viously unbeaten Yale couldn't do more than lift the Cadets from seventh into Miami's vacated sixth place. Mississippi and Southern Cal ifornia advanced two notches each to seventh and eighth. The 'leading teams with' first SPORTS ROUNDUP •f «AVi.i TAL10T. NEW YORK The thought persists here that there is no foot ball coach in the. land who Can quite match Earl (Red) Blaik's iV.lnnt for building an explosive attack when he has the sort of speed he needs to work with. Up to this pcint, the Army coaches rurrent machin? has rolled up an average of 38 points i.i its seven games and probably will hike that mark when it rips into the helpless Penn Quakers Satw- "day at Philadelphia. Some Eastern experts are cautiously comparing Army's breakway backs with those of the Diiv'.s-Blanchard era. This is the greater tribute to Blnik's coaching skill for it's only. four seasons since the socalled cribbing scandal brought the world own about his head ar.d forced inv to start all over again. The transatlantic traffic: in rac- ng brood mares, we learn, is not 11 one way. Representatives of the Lga Khan, having just sold' 20 of is most blue-blooded matrons to American-buyers at. an average of 27,000 each, are spending, part of lie loot for two females whosa oropenitors are as Yankee-Doodle "s the hot rod. • One of- them is- loaded with the Man o'War strain. The other, a illy named "Jmperla purchased ro'm Calumet Farms, is a daugh- ,er of Bull Lea and a granddaugh- er of Nellie Flag, a combination vhich, we understand, would bo difiicult to boat. place votes in parentheses: L UCLA (117) 2. Ohio. State (80) 3. Oklahoma (44) 4. Arkansas (43). 5. Notre Dame (3) 6. Army .(4) . • 7. Mississippi (5) 8. Southern Cal .9. Iowa 10. Navy Second 10: 11. Miami (Fla)" 12. Cincinnati 13. Minnesota 14. Wisconsin 15. Virginia Tech 16. West Virginia (2) 17. Maryland 18. Baylor 19. SMU 20. Greo'rgia Thursday :nighf, " November 11, at 7:30. AH members please be present. .•.-••' . Beautician Chapter No.,.16, will meet Wednesday night; November 1C at the home of Mrs. Zephree Wes son in Mineral Springs. All members please be present at 7 o'clock. Funeral services for Charlie Adir were held Monday, November 8, at New Bethel Church with Burial in Giles Cemetery, 2.66C 2,5i)< 2,29: 2,20' l,48i 1,45: 72 37! 56: 49, 1G 15 14 11 G Maj. Cyril Hall, manager of the Aga Khan's stud farms, says this s the first time that these famous American strains have boon ex ported to Europe; He can't quite aelicve his luck yet ir. iandin; Imuer.'a. "Sev.eral cf your breeders havr- asked me how I did it," he said 'They say that Calumet simplj does not lot go of that kind o horse. I sec that they ;ils,o hav< sold Hill Gail, their Kentuckj Derby winner, to an Irish buye. I imagine that will cause som surprise too." While American breeders hav done much importing of top sta' lions from Europe and Australi in recent years, the • major p"oint .out, foreign breeders have not ha 1he dollars to make similar pui chases from this country until no\\ when restrictions have been ease just a little. i NEW YORK, (Ifi ' When' ; Alii Reynolds slipped.on.a showejr ma and gashed the index finger of hi throwing hand the other day, th Yankees as likely as not toft wha ever chance they had of overhaul ing Cleveland in the next American League race. It is not definite that the Chief, is through. Last we saw they were talking about doing a plastic sur- ery job on the injured digit after has healed, and there appeared o be some hope that the great ompetitor from Oklahoma would e able to report e.t St. Petersburg cxl spring. But from this distance doesn't look gocd. Allie is 37 by the official record, nd there is reason to surpect that e might be crowding 40. For some eason never entirely clear, base- all players like the fudge of their ges. At -any. rate, the big fiist- aller was nearing the end of his aroer before the accident befell im. It figured that he would have ;reat difficulty overcoming even ic slightest impairment of his ef- i.ciency. Another factor'mitigating against it- return is the' fact that AlHc vill have no burning incentive to ive it one more whirl. Hi? invest ments in oil wells and such have, rom all accounts, made him financially independent. If we know he man who pitched two nohitters n .a single season ar.d who has ierce pride in his skill, he will not be back'unless he is firmly con- 'inced that he still can win. Some may feel that our opening 'stimate'of the Chief's'importance .o the Yankees is a little, strong. We will stick-by it. Casey Stengel needs the services of his veteran stopper for another year or two I while his mound staff is in a period cf transition, until his young pitchers are ready to take over the entire, burden. They, the youngsters such as Bob Grim and Whitey Ford, will not be ready to bent Cleveland . on - their own next Farmer Star to Watch Razorbaeks LITTLE BOCK W) Ben H. WirMoman, an all-time Arkf sas football great, has notified Slcre- tary of State C. G. Hall that lie will attend the University of Arkansas homecoming footbal gania ne::l Saturday in FayctteviHe. Windkleman played on the 19JS. 191b,1920 and 1921 Arkansas teams r.s halfback and end. He was named to thtf all-SouthU-est Conference teams in both position*. lie graduated from the University in 1922. The clash between the un ed Razorbaeks and Southern odisl, with the conference chartl* rfonship hanging in the balancs, will be the first homecoming a Fayetteville Wlilkleman has attended since his graduation. Winkleman's coaching cawer has included jobs at. the University of Cincinnati. Stanford and San Jose State College. He now is in, the real estate business .at P^lo. ; AloJ, Calif. season. lian Horned.Frogs ionienlratqH on offense for their battle with the Longhorns. Coach Abe Martlnj.sept his charges thorough long passing and running maneuvers and is aid they would scrimmage but- rlittle this week. i • Rice, latest.victim of the. Arkansas juggernaut;' worked in sweat shirts while the No. 2 team scrimmaged 'the Rice freshmen. All- American candidate. Dickey Mj>e_gje was on the injured list wi ' Taylor, but. Coach Jess, thought they would be re.ady lor the Texas Aggies on Saturday. The Agpics took it comparatively easy at College Station wlver'e Coach Bear Bryant said he..;woiua t his top men skip -contact jWork r most of the remaining essions. At Waco, the Baylor Bears took a ojiday. They have no game;,this eekend, but Coach George Sauer lanned a light -workout-Tijjksday nd hard scrimmages Wednesday | nd Thursday. handoff instead of through center, it i worked for "Motfre" yardage Mrs. Viola Glover of Chidester died at her' home Saturday, November 6. Funeral arrangements re incomplete,, WANTED' TO BUY; One inch rough green Oak Lumber —- regular lengths and tie siding. Fpr prices pnd specifications write — GURDON LUMBER 'COMPANY PilRNE, ARKANSAS Mr. and Mrs. Berry Randle and on, Berry and Mrs, Ollie McCanic motored to Arcada, La., on Sunday, November 7, where they visited re- j atives and friends. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Brooklyn Gene (Cyclone) Fullmer, 154'/^, West Jordan. Utah, outpointed Jackie La Bua, 158'/t, Strict* Offered 15-1 CeU John Sidney Braggs of Emmet led at his home Sunday, Novem- er 7. Funeral arrangements are ncomplete. 134, to be exact. In Arkansas' 21-20 victory over Baylor, sophomoi-e tailback Buddy Benson of the No.-2-team 'ran jvith the ball nine times on end sweeps jn an ll-play drive that car ried the, porkers to . within easy field goal distance-arid Carpenter, kicked the three-pointer that won the game. Against Mississippi, the clutch- playing Hogs tried only one long pass-a 66-yard Benson Carpenter maneuver for .the victory tally. Unfortunately, there are no sta tistics to show how many of Moore's 534 yards rushing-second only to Moegle in the Southwest Conference have been .made through the air. UP Ranking Also Lists Porkers 4th By NORMAN MILLER NEW YOR K CUP) UCLA pulled further away.. from Ohio State and Oklahoma today in . the three-team race for the national college football championship, while Iowa and Navy, advanced amoria this week's top 10 in the United Press ratings. The powerful Bruins from the Pacific Coast conference, . who have Averaged nearly 42 points per game in scoring eight straight victories, were the first-place choice of 26 coaches on the 35-man United Press rating board. UCLA 's point-total of 338 was "iinds .Notre ,pame . agair.st North Carolina, Ariny vs. Pennsylvania, Southern California vs.. Washington, Mississippi vs. Houston, and Navy vs. Columbia. Wisconsin, seeking to .-regain a place ambng the'top 10, moved up to llth place this week, followed by Minnesota, Baylor and ' Miami (Fla). Purdue and Southern--Methodist were tied fnr 35th. and then came Cincinnati, Miami (O.) anj West Virginia in order, Miqhigan and Penn State were tied for 20th Nebraska. Rice, Maryland, .Georgia and Michigan Stute also re ceived points in this week's voting. NEW YORK (UP) ' The .United Press college football ratings (with first-place votes and won-lost rec- SMU Half back May Miss the Game Saturday By The Associated Press The .two "surprise" teams of the Southwest Conference - Arkansas and Texas worked on the same goal Tuesday:, .a winning conbina- tion. Arkansas, picked for the .cellar by sportswriters and broadcasters, was preparing for its conference battle with Southern Methodist and aiming' for its eighth straight win. Texas was just looking for a winnng .combination. The Long Legal Notice . lorns, five-time lo'sers, winners o: wo victories and a tie, were pickcc overwhelmingly for the conference championship. The Longhorns will ry to salvage part of their formei only 12 short of a perfect Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Jr., ind Mr. and Mrs. Craton Epps ipeht Thursday in Springhill, La., rlsiiing Mr. and Mrs. Willie Thomas. New York 10. flew York Kenny Lane, 137, Legal Notice S'o. 7681 In the Chancery Court of , Hempstead County, Ark. Frances Messer ....... Plaintiff vs. Walter L. Messer ... Defendant YVARNINQ PBPgR The defendant Walter L, Messer 4 warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Frances ords in parentheses): Team 1. UCLA (26) (8-0) 2. Ohio State (7) (7-0) Oklahoma (2) (7-0) 4. Arkansas (7-0^ 5. Notre Dame (5-1) 6. Army (6-1) 7. So. Calif. (7-1) Points 333 310 * 282 243 177 155 !)2 83 65 Transfer of Athletics Is Approved By JQE REICHLER NEW YORK W) Having won lis four-month fight' to purchase the Philadelphia Athletics and transfer the franchise to Kansas City, industrialist Arnold Johnson' today tackled the problem of hiring a field and general manager. He may disclose some of his plpns at a press conference today. Elated by the 6-2 vote of approval given him by the American League, Johnson yesterday said he had an open mind on the managerial situation. He said he had talked to no one about the jobs but had many applications. It was learned that Lou Bou- dr<eau deposed manager of the Boston Red Sox has the inside tracn Jo the field managing job, ?nd Paike CarmU, who was business manager of the New York Yankees Kansas City fani club in the American Assn., is a top pandj- flate for general mi»n,9gcr. Johnson's architects have . been score and the highest compiled by any team, this seasqn. Of the coaches who did not vot<; the Bruins tops this week, six picked them second and three for third. That support widened UCLA's margin from 17 to 28 points over Ohio State and from 28 to 56 pointi over Oklahoma. Ohio State attracted reven first-place ballots and 310 points; Oklahoma had two first- place votes and 282 pints. Both have won seven in a row. UCLA, with a chance for (he first perfect season in its football history, itakes next Saturday off before winding up its schedule Nov. 20 against Southern California (ranked seventh this week). That game also should decide the PCC championship, although Coach Hen ry (Red) Sanders' men are not eligible for the Rose Bowl be cause they played last New Year's day. A comparatively forrnful weekend left the top six teams in the exact same order of (he previous week, Arkansas, A» my and Notre Dprne following third-ranked • Oklahoma in that order. Southrn California and Mississippi each moved 8 Mississippi (8-1) 9. Iowa (5-2) 10. Navy (5-2) Second 10 teams 11. Wisconsin, 26; -1'2. Minnesota, 20; 13. .Baylor, 18; 14. Miami (Fla), 9; 15. (tie',, Purdue • and Southern Methodi»1, 8 each; 17 Cincinnati, 7; 13. Miami (O.), 6; 19. West Virginia, 5; 20. (tie), Michigan and Penn State. Oihcrs Nebraska, 3; Rice, 2; Maryland, Georgia and Michigan State, '1 each prestige with their game thif & for nishe Mon weekend with Texas Christian's brash sophomores and Texas tough but virtually win ess Cadets . on Thanksgiving Day. Bc.th look like rough assignments Arkansas, ranked fourth in the na tional Associated Press poll again ;odty, still must face Louisian: State arid the University of Hous ton after playing the vastly im proved Mustangs this Saturday. "We've still got three games t play," Razorback Coach B.owde Wyatt said as his boys "-'-•-their regular light duties day and went t othe showers. Thj Porkers, Wyatt admitted, were i good condition. Longhorn mentor switched Billy Quinn back to ful" back in his search for a winnin combine. He moved Don Marone; and Bill Long down to the seconi and third teams ond said: "We'r trying..." . . As the Methodist started prep arytions for the highly-ranked Hog their regular left halfback, Don Me Ilhenny, was on the doubtful staler )ist. He 'suffered a bruised kic ney in the close 6-3 victory ove the Aggies last Saturday. The Mus> tangs may start John Marshal high-scoring soph, in place of M Ilhenny. At Fort Worth, the Texas Chri Ed Pric Messer. Witness hand and the seal of s,»<4 cpurt this 8 day of Novem, ber Willis, surveying the City par* for weeks end ^re ready to beg" Jnpi'eastai the seating from lim to a?,09P the and to about |§,000 Jnr up one notch to seventh and eighth, respectively, and then tame Iowa and Navy t 0 round out the top 10. Iowa, moving up fron? 12th to ninth place, and Navy, jumping from a tie for 18th .to the 10th ranking, replaced Purdue and Miami (Fin) among the select group. V/ith points awarded on a 10^9-188.8.131.52.3-2-1 scale for each vote from first to 10th place, Arkansas had 243 points, moving wilhin strife ing distance of the leaders after its seventh straight tiiumph; Notre Pame had 177 points, Avmy J55, Southern California 92, Mis &Jssippi 3, Iowa' 65 and N»yy 59 Oliio State, Oklahoma a.r.ijl Arkansas, the three teams ranked b,o hind first place, &ach c«n clljwh s tie for its conference champion- next Saturday. Ohio State 15th ranked Missouri $<*. •• % * t • f * t HQ 1 1 S t A tt| M 0 ,. 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Uncomrnon 37 Weight of ' India 38 Scottish • ' ''sheepfold '^Hazard |40 Sfeal-hunting mariners 1 42 Esau 45 Cental surgeon <ab.) 46 i Facility SO-Rounded 52 Otter 54 Bank worker 55 Church officials . 22 Roof finial sP"ng23 Egyptian COULP^ DIDN'T A WO^\N'& CP-V... I . HOM,B.,,.6. THEY'RE NOT THE 40PE ONE OF- PRIMM, TWINS TURW&'OUTTO LIFEIS LOMC5E&T MINUTE Cw . ,. M t , „, „,.»., ^. T .. .^ „ ,,,.,, „,. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople AND HER BUDDIES 6 Mountain spur 7 Property item •- *• •v '-'WWUfe&ts , *;./* r /t,Ea^«> 1DOWN IPetty quarrel 1 ,.•> -2 -Movement (rnusic) By Dick Turner CARNIVAL BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershbergei ^V^ <"^ ' -> * k~ ' r-T^-hf ALLlEY OOP YEAH-.THAT BUCK LOOKS -. STRONG AN 1 HEALTHY TOO.. ENOUGH TO GIVE KNOCK 'IM7 WOODS WiTHOUT \ U5 A LOTTA TROUBLE WHEN HE FINDS WE'VE TAKEN HIS WOMAN,' ' V'No, the car wasn't hurt much—the truck driver wain't trying to beat ITS brains out!" By Galbroith SIDE GLANCES 'fl'hope you like buckshot—by the time Wilbur had the [ \ » rabbit dressed there wasn't anything else left!" ~ ~~ By NaJine Selzer 'S A BOOK HOW VSMQKIN© C... YOUR MONEV THi STORY QF MARTHA WAYNI . THST i MOU NlfpNT50M5 TPTW W'TH bitter Mp 'Wm with thpf§ pr«*l*m* my I svsr -painf slg«br» mta bri|?|ln|( Ihi * 1 > 3. 7653 In the Chancery Court of | ' Hempstead County,: Ark. | George Scoggins vs. . . . •, Odessa Scoggins .... Defen^flnt • WARNING ORDER ' ; The defendant, Odessa Scoggins p s warned to appear in thlsjwourt- 1 A-ithin thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, George Scoggins. .. , . . . Witness my hand and the -seal of said iourt this 8 day of."-"— 1 - — 1954. ' ^, Garrett Willis, Clerk By L. C. Byers, D. C, (SEAL) . E. Grain, Attorney Ad Litem : John P. Vesey, Attorney for Plaintiff Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30 Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE . ESTATE' OF C. W. BARNES, DECEASED Last known address of decedent: Hope, Arkansas »• Date of death of decedent: October 10, 1954 Ah instrument dated October 1954, was on the 27th day of October, 1954, admitted to Frpbatfe as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned have "been' ' appointed exe'cutors thereunder.. A contest of th.p prV- bate of the will can be /, , only by the filing of a petition within the time provided by Igw.A All persons having claims ^ the estate must exhibit theml^ verified, to the undersigned , , six months from the date tif. thjt first publication of this. notipe,. pi they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In th* estate. This notice first published th,« 2nd day of November, 1954. ' • L. H. Parris, Executpr^ . ' Robert Cassels, Executor Mail Address: c/o. John P. Vesey First National Bank" • ' Building . ' , j Hope, Arkansas ' ; Nov. 2, 9 Tm lost my head over the 9 55 FORD'S V new THUNDERBIBD STYLING!
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