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Member of Th« Associated Press; The 1 Associated Press Is entitled exclusively ,to the use for republlcation of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Funeral Directors OAKCJIEST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . .'. AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL-. . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TP HERNDON CORNELIUS •BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo, Instructions CLASSES to tap, acrobatic, ballet and, toe, Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th, Rhone 7-3327. 22-1 mo, For Sale or Rent (TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Ppol hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams. 300 E, 7th. Texarfcana, Ark. Phone 7.5860 or 22-8668. 194 Mo. •IATOR? Wanted For Safe . Layaway Open on TRIKES * BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. SEVERAL colorful cushion rnuitis blooming in containers. Also budding chryshrithernurns '.' Bring containers. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 4-6t FOUR Chester white pigs for sale Mrs,. A. 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Elm. ' 10-tf TVE room house, 1% mile west on 16th Street. Inquire across road. Howard Livingston.' "* -i'. 10-3t tost :RISH.,settei> bjrd dog. Jf foiind notify, p. .p.. Jones in P.atmos, Ark., Phone 7-2925. :9-6t Help Wanted >ADY to,live in home, do light housework., Mrs. O. W. Niemeyer. 109 .West Third, Prescott •'-•;.'... 9-3t WANTED. AT ONCE —. Rawleigh Dealer in Hppe. .For particulars see A.'L. McBeth, 355 Pine St., Stamps, Ark.,', or. . write Rawleigh's, -D'ept. AKK-641-R, Mem- phjs, ..Tenn. •' . . . iQ-it r Hosts Hot Springs HereThurs, Yerger High School plays, host o the Hot Springs "Bulldogs," tha State . Champions,, this week. This s the last home game for the "Tiers." ..••...• All "our ,loyal fans who haven't een -the "Tigers" this year houldn't miss this game which romises to' be good with the "Tiers" heir coming into* their own two games played. in WANTED TO .BUY" One Inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths qnd tie siding. Fpr prices and specifications write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY 8EIRNE, ARKANSAS Service Offered »PTtejf WOrl? Cobb — to»> ~ • • Co. owe Mw- ftf Bep«i»rs, Cus- ^ he" '"Tigers" -have three pros- ctiv^ all' State, Candidates, Jirn- iy Stuart who leads the State in coring witli eleven touchdowns nd seven extra points -for a total f 73 points, Thi§ .is more points or an individual back in Yerger •'Tigers" history, Besid.es Stuart's ball carrying, he is a devastating tackier and an excellent pass defender, Another outstanding player worth watching is Daniel Martin completing his foatball career liere at 'Yerger High, Martin has been a stal- war,t in the- "Tiger" line all season and is the defensive Quarterback of the team." He* has •alternated at guard and linebacker. Maurice '.Champion is the third member of 'the ' "Tiger" ' whose chances of being picked fpr All State Tackle are very good. Champion was a victim of wrong number selection last year or he would have made last year's "All State Team." He is known throughout the State for his pad sounding tackles, The whole Yerger Tiger Team are "All State" as far as Coach Britto is concerned. The Coach says that when the Yerger Tigers are right no team can beat them regardless of who they are and they promise to be right Thursday night in Hammons Stadium game at 8 o'clock Admission for Adults: in advance 85c. Tickets will be pn sale at Yer* ger High Schopl until 4 p. m. Thursday and admission at the gate will be one doljar, The Yerger High School Faculty and Student Rp<Jy invites everyone to come put and witness this gala Homecgmihg festivity. Pot fcers Bahinef Locked Gates; SMU Crippled By the Associated Press .Southwest Conference elevens, he season's end in sight and bowl James on the h'orizOn. -went- through .heir paces at an decelerated pace Wednesday; tip in the Ozarks. the undefeated untied ' Arkansas Razorbaeks need only a tie in Saturday's game with Southern Methodist to clinch the Southwest Conference crown and vlrt a trip to Dallas' rich Cotton Bowl. Tjhe Razorbacks, picked in pro- season predictions to finish last, forked behinq! locked gales Tuos- lay. Coach Bowden Wyatt kemt num on what phase of the game he Hogs were concentrating on, out it was a safe bet the Hogs would continue to strive for perfection in the single-wirg magic lhat has carried them to seven ttrrigbl triumphs. ; Their Saturday opponents, meanwhile, reported that they wove rlagued with injuries. Co-captain 'Raymond Berry and Doyle Nix, two first-line ends, -suffered fprcined ankles Tuesday find wera taken to a hospital for X-rays. Just h&w badly they were hurt wa-s not reported. Already, Halfback Don Mcllhen- ny. -a mainstay of'the Pony Attack was in .bed with a bruised iiidncy. He will not play against the' Porker's and is out for an indefinite period. '..••'• '•The ; able-bodied Mustangs tried to familiarize themselves with ths unfamiliar single-wing, - At • Texas Christian's camp, Where the Hornpd -Frogs were getting .ready for the Texas Longhorns, the- -story -was different. Quarterback . Ronald .Clinkscate ancl Tackle's Ray Hill and Dick Lasw,ell took .their tender ankles injured more than .a week ago in the Baylor game through an all-out offensive and defensive scrimmage without further injury. Second-unit Halfback ,Ken Wtn.n- burg also .went through the bruis.- Hog Stadium to Be Packed for SMU Game FAYETTEVILLE rUP Arkansas football fans were making an unprecedented clamor for tickets today as the undefeated Razorbacks whetted followers interest to in all-time high-pitch for the .Ozarks mountains team, Arkansas, seeking its first undefeated season since 1909 and its first undisputed southwest Conference title since' 1926, meets .the pq- tent Southern Methodist University Mustang s he re Saturday. The SMU term is also unbeaten in ing, spirited drills with no ill cffocts to hip injured, ankle, Coach Ed. Price continued to .shuffle the Longho'rns like a deck .of pinochle cardsin an effort to find_ that elusive winning combi nation and wa'rned" his ' charges about Clinkscale'-s prowess. ,' "His GO-yard quarterback sneak .againet Southern Cal is a good example of what he can do," • Price told his Texas tearn, looking for :.ts first corife,r.en_ce. victory. . ' Coach Jess Nealy of Rice hoping to prevent further injuries, put his Oy/ls through -dummy . scrimmage Tuesday • in '• their preparation for six-time loser Texas 'A&M. • He indicated his' starters -would"; feet no contact work this-"week;;'. ; ,- :^f The A&M first team worked out, again in 'sweat suits "with"Quarter-: back Elwood Kettler, bruised in the SM Utilt last .Saturday, missing from the' squad. Guard Rrty Barrett was hospitalized.'.with' virus, but Coach Bear Bryant indicated both would be ready .- for Rice. Baylor, idle this weekend, worked out lightly Tuesday. • * conference play, although il has a 13-13-tie with Toxas and a non-conference loss to Georgia Tech on its record. The littln Fayetteville stadium seats only 21.0000 . person s, an: fans long since have grabbed al tickets. . But demand has been so grea. 1hat the University of Arkansas has decided to put chairs on tho tracl running along the edge of the fieK end to erect bjeachers on tho nortl bank of the stadium. By gam, time Saturday probably 30,000 fans wilt be crammed into the struc ture. A crowd of 12,000 or 13.000 ha heretofore, been called a' "good' one at Fayotteville. 'But the unexpected rebirth of Ar kansas football fortunes has cause", gridiron fever to hit a new levc in this region. Too, many Southern Mcthodis fan? will be in Fayetteville for the game. Hotels 'and motels for 50 miles around'arc all reported book c>d for the coming 'weekend, and some fans 'have already arrived hoping their early presence wil help them secure the hard-to-ge tickets. By defeating or tying SMU, Ar kansas 'will get an authomatic bid to be the host team in tlie Cotto Bowl at Dallas Jan. 1, But Coach Bowden Wyatt said he was no worrying about a bowl game, he's ;ust working from week to week like he has been doing with grea success all season. Partially because of their smal home .stadium, .the University o Arkansas play? some of its home games : in the War Memorial Sta di.ura in Little Rock, the state cap itr.l. The Porkers drew capacity crowds of 32,000 in' twp games there this year with the University o: Mississippi .and Rice Institute. And they could play .before 38., 000 again Saturday,, if they jua had the room; V Fights Lost Night Unknowns Are Coming Into Their Own By BOB HOOBINQ Qf the Associated Pi-ess Football players like Ar.my right halfback 'Tommy Bell, 'who' didn't figure 'to gain many headlines 'this fall, are having a lot'to sa'y. abqut the outcome of the 1954 college football season. ' ' ' Bell's case is typical. Last year Tom was a workhorse runner with drive and sprit. "But he's different boy now with new-found' speed and an' ability .to follow blpckers. It was Bell who started orjee-beat- en Army to its 48-7 conquest of previously undefeated Yale last a 64-yard scoring wec'k sprint on the sc.rim>.nage, He wound up with three TDs. ' In the Duke gnme, the Blue Devils were pounding at the Arrnv goal trailing 21-4 when Bell raced CO yards before, he was caught on the Duke 13. And Bell knocked down a pass in his end zone as the final gon sounded to save Army's 21-20 squeaker over Virginia. Littlp Primp Villaneuva, tailback ringmaster of the nation's No. i loam at UCLA, .was lest behind All-America Paul Cameron in '53 Now they say he's a faster runner and better passer than Paul. ' Minnesota's having a better season with Bob McNamara firing the Gqphers' new split-T than under the single wing magic of All-Amtsv- ica Pa\il Giel. McNamara, an end KOd safetyman in platoon days, has been impressive all year at right half and tailback. Howard (Hopalong) Cassady a!n<S Bobby Watkins help make Oliio State's backfield one of tho mpst formidable in the country but quarterback Daye IjOggett gets a major share of the credit. Logctt. moved fullback to Johnny Bprton's understudy last year, has the job now and is an Important cog in the B.ueKeyp machine with his ' Auburn Coach Is the Man of the Week By CARL LUNDQUIST NEW YORK (UP) No student evei came to him for help-with advanced algebra problems but on the football field, he came up with the equation that X plus Y equals V-for victory. His team was supposed to be a powerhouse, but somewhere along the line it developed a short circuit on defense. It could score lib- err.lly but the opposition 'did even better. Finally he scrapped his ver sibn of the two-plato'cn syslen and came up with the Southland's upset of the year. • He's the United Press coach of the week Halph (Sh'ug) Jordan of the Auburn Plainsmen/who last Saturday turned Miami's- might/ hurricane into a gentle gulf zephyr with a 14-13 stunner that surprised everybody but him. "If we had 'playpd all ,year as we did Saturday against Miami, I believe we'd be undefeated right now," Jordan said. "We got a slow start because our defense didn't work out well, but I feel now we've hit our stride. The defensive improvement was the big difference. We have been good on offense all year." Last year when Jordan's rebuilding program at Auburn began to pay off with .peven victories, two defeats and a tie, the 44-year-old ex-football star from tho Alabama sugar cane country near Selma, devellped two full squads. runnim* and' defense. 'Arkansas.' undefeated ure the surprise teem of the nation, thanKs especially to Bud Bracks aa4 *u}lback Moore. Brooks, scprgely in pre-seaspn hoopla, is moie pjpftwe pow than' touted... tackle James tho Texas tackles, BWPk ^Jtis&rd. nu " T AgfAciaJted 'Qra,y Wear Heavy Coat Deer Hunting BATESVILLE W Advice f rom Gerald Graham a television repairman here: Wear a heavy coat when vou co deer hunting, even if it icn't cold. , Graham was .0)1 a deer stand near here yesterday when another hunter look a shot at him. He picked 13 pieces of buckshot out of his coat, but none got to his skin. "I guess lie thought I was a deer," Graham said of Iho other hunter who' took off through the woods, "Anyway, I figured it was time for me to leave," Walker Among Top Rated Grid Backs By The Assoc'ated Press It isn't unusual to praise a football player as . "one-man team" but quarterback "Gry" 'Click of Colorado A&M came about as close as possible to earning that designation against Utah last Saturday. As a result he was chosen over strong competition today as Asso elated Press Back of the Week. Click, rated the 'top al-purpose back in the Rocky Mountain area, played almost the entire game with a painful right hand, which was stepped on early in the contest. As a result, 'his passing was a little off, but ptherw'ise he wasn't hampered as 'far as 'Utah could notice. Here's what the 193-pound .junior did as the Aggies upset Utah tha defending Skyline Conference champion 14-13: Scored all -his team's points, making a final 11-yard rim for the second touchdown with a quick cutback after being hemmed in. Kicked the winning point with 55 seconds left to play. Smashed through the Utah line to block Lou Mele's extra-point kick after the second Utah touchdown — he point that made the different in the game. •Passed for 63 yards in 15 attempts; ran for 46 yards in 13 rushes and led all tne defensive players with 15 tackles. •Intercepted a Utah desperation pass on his own-15-yard Hie as the final gun sounded. This storybook performance over shadowed the statistically stronger feats of such'players as Auburn's Joe Childress; George Walker, the 20-year-old Arkansas tailback; Baylor quarterback Billy Hooper; Army's speedy Tommy Bell; and Navy's George Welsh, -who also received strong support from the sports writers' and broadcasters in the weekly Associated Press poll. JUSt A FISH DULUTH. Minn., (UP) A Duluth man, -thinking he had discovered a body, telephoned police when he noticed his dog barking and scratching, a mcuncl of dirt in his backyard. Police finished the job and du? out the skeletal-remais of -an old fish. Brooks Named Lineman of the Week By RAY TE-PHENS FAYETTEVILLE (A For three seasons, Bud Brooks hns been a brilliant performer in the Arkansas Razorbacks' line, ancl the senior guard has at long last gained the recognition he deserves. Brooks yesterday was selected as the Associated Press' Lineman of the Week. He won the award for his sterling play in the unbeaten Razorbacks' 28-15 conquest of Rice last aturday. "I think I've played better in some other games this year." said Bud when informed of the -nwar-1.- "but I'm mighty happy to be sc- elected. Of course, winning that game made me even happier." Coach Bowden Wyatt, who has praised Brooks- as "all that a coach could possibly ask in a college lineman," said, "I'm very proud that Brooks was chosen. He's done an excellent job for us rll .. year, but I. don't think he played his best 'game against Rice." . Brooks, born William Thomas and nicknamed Bud while attending high school, first earned his gridiron -reputation as a fullback. He was selected as an All-District fullback while playing at Wynne Former Arkansas Coach Otis Douglas converted Brooks to a lino- man when the 190. pound swifty entered the university. As a sophomore, Brooks played defensive end and was named to the Ail-Sou;h- wect Conference team. Wyatt moved • Brooks to guard last year, and the veteran per- formed capably. However, his efforts were overshadowed by Lamar McHan and Floyd Sagely, and Brcoks didn't get a call on the conference honor squad. Brooks, 24, is the fastest lineman on the Arkansas team, awS second only to swift Buddy Ben son over 100 yards. Brocks ha teen timed in 10.3 seconds for the 100 yards. _l .There's no doubt that his plea* h&s been a primary factor in Ar kansas' astounding record of seven, viclorie against no losses so far thi'j year Tonsberg, Norway, celebrated 1\ first thousand years' in 1871. • V LOOK YOUR LOVELIES'* THE BEAUTY BOX Open 6 days a week After 5 appointments for the working' girls Latest Hair Styling Phone 7-5850 112 S. Main Ruth Hoelscher Janell Roberts Pole-frame construcr«i>w cuts farm building costs • You can save up to halt the coet of erecting and maintaining your bsurrvs, poultry houses, machine sheds, etc. Pole-type form buildings, ! eolidly supported by Koppeti Fjc«w)Ur*- Crcosoted Poles, need no fwind*- tion, require leas lumber, soxl •lint- inate the need for costly aUlled labor. ' ' '• See us for more information efoopt pole-frame construction and Kci'i,J pers PreBsure-Creosoted Pole*. GUNTER .RETAIL LUMBER CO. Ph. 7-3495 442 E. Dlv £W t i; r * Nothing j. compares *' with the • ' '55 F&RD'S FOUR 'NEW I LINES! Tech, is getting crowded out of the spoils natses these days by teammate Franklin Brooks, a junior guard. Sophomore Jon Arnett and senior Aramis andoy, the Southern California tailbacks, now must share the crelit with Lindon Crow, a fine wineback, .p.nd. quarterback Jimmy Contvatto . ^•jb CPX has taken over the passing chpr.es at the University of Washington fp,r jn^ured Sandy and rankg among th^ }n that 4epnrtment. ON DISPLAY FRIDAY We're Really Excited ! ! ! ! ! WHAT YOU DREAMED GOULDNT HAPPEN- DID! ANOTHER FORD FfRST This Happened in Hope,., And You'll Want- tp Set Thursday's Hope Star Without Fail. HOPE AUTO CO. _, „ Yeiir F0rd Dealer fpr Over 30 Yeors ^^ ,Phpne M341 HOW, ARK, WO W. Second St ^*£'^ ft**** IKf If CM* Ytiftf NOW I DON'T KNOW WHETHER I'M SUPPOSED _ .,. , . OR SHE'S SUPPOSED +* 1O CONE MERE C V^>*s iat >t S tt>Ca» NO.'COOKlE.l CAN'T 'GO OVER THERE YOU COME OVER HERE By J. R. William* OUT OUR WA* Christmas Plans BASEMeMT WITH THAT r SMELL/ AMP VGUK 6UW'/ WAS PUNP MVOUtZ ; ACROSS 55 Enervates il European "Mgj" Christmas-tree ; 4 Christmas tree ornament DOWN 8 Christmas i Connecticut . greeting college jl2 Malt drink 2Dasli .113 Operatic solo 3 Sometimes 114 fctead Christmas 17 Mental — — SOMEWHERE.' J5 He'd like a fail's on it ' soundness 31 Deny , sled for 4 Sharp points ^Beginning 33 Owl cries Christmas 5 Seed vessel 23 ledger entries 30 Respectable i 16 Choice seats at 6 Ocean-going. 24 Curl 40 Doves', homes :| 'flghts vessels 25 Arrow poison 41 Come in ISRaise in tank 7 Fall behind 26 Off bottom, as 42 Vipers '20 Anoint 8 Hold to an anchor 43 Greek porch !il Abstract being 6 Military ,27.precioiis.gems 44 Fish '22 What aslant for Mother's 46Fon . WASH TUBES m assistant for Mother's. 46 Formerly - 47 Rescue 48 Pronoun 50 French month ^ i n>!,.tc»ma« 10 Stagger • .Christmas 47 Rescue A-J-iSST--' ."238- 28.Component; -^Pronoun :. ... .. 24 It happens Eleanora • - part under . mistletoe 26 Italian city ..ton. \- • TUF LIGHTHOUSE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoopla 32 Hydrocarbon 34 Tidier 35 Nearsightedness . ..... 37 Sheep staggers 39 Chooses j 40 Sleeveless j garment J41 Anglo-Saxon letter " '• ' i 42 Broad necktie AND HEK BUDDIES THE pace•vttrHl\T£gl$? ,•;$« REFERe^£5\ L ^. A £ Y -TO MY 45 Be made^of 49 Declaration 51 College cheer ' j 54 Night before i Christmas CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY K^f.' 'ti&M *<&$r^ By Henhberger FUNNY BUSINESS .''. ' ' ^••'•' "". ' ' . ';' ' ' . ' '• ALLEY OOP HEY; HOLYCOW! WHAT' \S> THIS? AM I, ' ANYHOW? »''.',' '//-;' f, M.«,». U, i. f.r. OH. /f- 10^ fl. 1954 b» NEA Stnitl. 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