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•s^jfTiiSv^ wsff^,^' j •V*' * i'vffi £» ' 'h ?/ if If**, NoM, ARKANSAS 14,1tSi ' Titesdoy, October 14, 1952 HOP I STAR, NOM, ARKANSAS l>&&a.*ii$.\£ A. jt For SoU stor, mttn'i Dulovn watch. Bur (or e««h. m W, Av«. tfi, * 4«tl rr % WO. In thren Woeki ot jHe t>«ft hamtk In town, $300, Term* $19 jMtr month, Call 7-2843 f, K. Belew, «•' AU*fl pOftftblo uddlna mnch COflditlnn WJ1.00 Hryitntu JIFlCDblSPLAY -t / STEt*** int, Office Suppiy, m Rnulh Walnut, Il-Ot Colifornlo, Kontos Women L«ad Tdurney FT. SMITH, — Thf Of»»nlft(t r0una of the *l«hlh annual Har«J- dcrft»>blt> Count*? Club's Invlietlon- al unit tournament fur women b«- j(»n UKlay with Burbnra Romnek of Sacrnm*nt«, CnUf., and Marllynn Srhlth nt Wlchfta. K»« , nhttrfng lh« tole of favorite, , Mlsx Hornnck »nrt Mls» Rrriflh rneh shot N (nn-over-pur 78 ovcrj slow, dry course yesterday to ~ Yanks, Athletics Dominate the All-Star Team Calling Your Shots In Casting By AL McCLANE FUhlng Editor (jnr of our renders wants to kn"'.v which part of tho hund or arm U (.wed !>y an expert bnit ca:tt- ..„„, „., , , . , New York's worUI: e i- lh<- people "ho toss 'em fine *hnr« rn<»d»ll»t honor*. CWcndlnKi champion Yankee* nnd fhilmlolp-S ar ,a far off. I don't think we could By JOE REICHl,ER NKW YOIlK OVT OF DOORS with clinmplon Mnry f'nulk of! ptilti'B Athletics duminnted tho Thl« lfou*c pnlnt, $2,7ft /notion or your mon«y ivnty, Hntls- bnok, flyors Swap Shop, 10} 8, Walnut BUSHEL bflXft* for «w««l jgo each, Paul DwJh*y, (on, Afkftnm*. 13-3t BARGAIN lor titilck sule, modern ft room home, MMO. TernM. 610 W. nivUlon, Immediate potmcui- «ion, KM Mm, Mattock next door, lU-Ot FAT hog w^UlnMll *B0ut 890 p()U> mi* and Sio white «ulne»f, Arthur Orny, Dunn;, Arkftninn, H-8t Thomflnvlllo, OB., flr«?d a 79. Betty! 1052 Asuoclnted Pr«-*i» m«jor lean- JninwdW of »«»» Antortto, T«x., wni|uc nK-stnr tenm. capturlnx half ft Klroko behind the lenders with; the 10 poult km*. 77, women «r« entered In tie (otirnamont, which ciulu Frl- d«y, MUH Ilornm-k will meet Mr*. Donald Duncan <H Colon no, who cjiiflllflt-.l with nn H3, In rlxhlly s "y "ny part Is more it than smother, whole nrtn contributes to the i motion of ca.stln).!. The movements tit the 10 big Ivnffiic cltib»,}urf closi-ly blended, however, nnd four In tho American, wore namudjn a polisht-d ciister they appear In (h<; P'« seventh nnntuil nil-star |n» a simple wrist snap. How much M|i'nd, udecled todny by 72 menv must'l*- 1 and pivot you upply to u bcri of the Bnsc-bftll writer*' AB- rncintlon of America. The Amorl- flfft rmmd. Mliw Smith will piny j for u,<> Nntlnnul Wlllliimn RotmcHree of Rhri-ve jrast depend* on your tackle, and the distance you wimt to cnst. can LeitKtie hnd six player* to four' You can. for instance, loss a j pluK with a liRhl rod u.sinu n very R«ol Estott for Sol* I*' ,>• fl«H N« CLOSE, to HighIkhool on 10th St. A V|ry' nldtt practically novv thret* bedroom home with uttle (an, floor furnace, built-in oubl n«t, hnrclwood floor*, plenty of CloieU With uttJo. itorngo, carport, Lartte bvnutlfuUy Inndnonji* «d corner lot. «2AOO Cmih, Will handlo. ', , NKAft Hrookwoml on 7ft x 150 foot Jot. Nice fivo room nuxlurn homo with targe btickpoi'Ch, bullt-lnn, clonct, hardwood floors, and Bur«#p, $780 ettith, bnlnnco S3U.QO pur month Includes tuxen, In Mii'nnc'0, principal nnd Iritri-ost. Will Irn4e for timber land. NEAft 'Oariand School nt llfl Oth Strottt. Modern, 9 room an beitoi ihlnttUt Hldiriit, hiirdwooii /uor», Venetian blliulu, attic ton on 7A x 143 foot lot for only $0,to cosh with Ualnnci; ttt $47.71 pei month, Mlijht throw in Dendlx wonhlng machlnt It you hurry W, Fontar, FOSTKR EI.M8 RKAt.TY CO. Phone 7-tOttl, It-Hi The Negro Community Of ftH •t tt Mhn T«rn«r H*m« TJu> Clvitt l«>prov«n\«int A«»ocl ellwi yv^l m«et Thuriday alghi ObtobeKi^W^ ftt JRiok» Funoral Koine to elsct oifioerii for,th* your, Al -*—'H antt friwttd mte axked t Mr». Wllllnmn RoumHree of Shri-ve- ^ VllIlklH , s |(|u , ^.^ 0 t|jf|i n .|, )X ed grip, allowing the rod to IKirt, U,, Who •oorad DO y««™y. I , ,„, ((h (h n( ;i 0 , wn your hand partly as the stick Other »m!rlr.« for ho champion-, ^ , Q( , (|| , NPl;SW i,H:« M vertical. By opening the ^ "«•**« w.Wh flM*lWyln« «««• C li«mplon Brooklyn I *>»"«> >"" « ct " SI11( '" th tust wlth «•!« ( fh«« V "' * »«'*<''•» '"»' American League i 1'ttle forearm movement. With Minn Finilk v», Mt», Tom Lighty n, Smith. 88, Mr*. N«ll Moody, Shrmnn, Tex. Crocks Records But Not the Team EUGENE, Ore. <*l — George Shaw n somewhat sensational 10| year-old, hus cracked two football j records and still cnnnot land a ( I regular position on the University I of Orcton team. ! In a way It's George's own fault ' It comes about like this: j He broke into the lineup last your when freshmen were allowed to compete in the coast conference. Used almost entirely on defense, he played the safety position In such style that he made the conference all-star team and set n national collegiate record by intercepting 13 passes. Then coach Len Casonova gave this; fast, 8-foot-l-inch .player his casncc on offense last week, starting him at quarterback stiong California. against Shaw promptly set another record, throwing 20 passes and completing 23 of them for a conference ronrk. So will he be the No. 1 quarterback from now on? Dodge,, nnd American League j lit,le foreurm movement. Uithp- - ! h lm?«2 Ca^va! U? «£"2 runner-up Cleveland Indians had'heavier tackle, or compromise tip. The surf caster hangs on with CVD inin that Gcorne is lust too ver only one member each on the stel ' '''• " '""" ' ''' " -•-••••' »<- J °^: «"J«H l ?' l '^J U , ta ":,.ff »»r l«m. m «iricro^J pine.: 1 ^ cibo, Son Antonio, rtfl. MN, Borb I3r«nu)l, Ctilca«o, 81, i. Me*. Bnl?« Cinlonv, Ft. Smith, "* Mlftn Frnnccii Rich, Bnlnbrldgc, Gi>,, Oi, vx. Dr. Mmid Mnnteraon, Oklahoma City, no. Mrs. C»rip Robblnt, Ft, Smith. vi, Mr*, Jamen Modnrt, 04, St. -ouln. Trdillet May Get Coll in Texas Gome By TN AMOolnt«d Pre«§ ' With o dl*P*trou» inturKocllonol York Oliintn In the Nullonul hud none, Other cluba Hint hud Bln^lo inembcri Inchido the St. Louis Cnrdlnnlx, Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phlllle*. The nll-Htur tenm: Flr»t bnse— Ferris, Fain, Athletic* (.327) Second b«Kc— Jackie Robinson, Dodgem (30(0 Third bant— Al Roncn, IncUim* (.802) Shortstop— Phil Rlzzuot, Ynn- keoii (253) Uft Field—''Hnnk Snuer, Ciibs 1.^70) .night Field —Stun Muttiiil, Cnr- dlnnls (,340) Center Field Ymiki'dH (.'111 Cntchor— Larry Yo«i Berrn, _,. Ynnkeca (.273) behtmi "tiiii.'m Southweiij lUKhthnndcd pltclu-r— Robin Ho- . l " ( ' k ! 1 '' >' ou '»»>• find moro workj lwo handg nmt literally slams his sitllc. Too versatile, that Is, to be from the foruann nnd even, energy into the rod tip. lance caster tin; shoulder. All eiistlnjt In which weifihts iiro prupollud is simply u matter of npplylnK musculiir effort to the rod to Kct velocity from the rod cast. dlmg. Ynnkees Duke Snider an.l I "c {accs in a Ci.rl Furillo, Dodgers Jackie Je.i anchored at any one position on a a moment, we discover that he gets his velocity by strenous maneuvers which aclu- «illy briiiKS his whole body into the sen, • Si.-nntors Dnle Mitchell, l-i- dinr.f f'Tfnik Baumholtz, Cubs Hobby Thompson, Giants and Mln- t.le Minoso, White Sox. fihmitz nnd Roberts, the fire it Philadelphia pair, had practicnlly ho competition for the loft an,'! rl«hlhnnded pitching spots. Tho only two votes not received by I Shunt/, wen; shared by Ed Lopat Mlckoy Wantlo.j 0 ( t |, 0 Yankees and Preacher Hoi- o( the Dodjjers. The do/en writers not pick Roberts as their Conforonce a tPBmii today prepared to rt'K'ti" u\G*y In their own hock- ynrdn. The dofuruling chutPplons, Texas Cht iMilim, Siitiirtlny go up fltfainst UK' Texas AgKicR at College Station TexiiH plnys Arkun»«8 at Auotln uiul Sdiithovn McthodUt lUcc lit Hounion, Baylor on a nnn-contercnccr Tech, nt L\ibbock, foe An practice for tho important funfurtmce tunnies wont into their day, fovir tennis had In berts, Phillies (38-7> I.efthnnded p 11 c h e r Shantz, Athletics iZ-t-7) Hobby Four pluyerx ore holdovers from the IDfll team. They are Knln, Ro- rliihthandcd pitcher, 10 to A Ilk- Reynolds, the Yankees' World Si i ics pitching hor and apiece to Joe Black of Brooklyn mid Early Wynn of Cleveland. The team boasts vlve .300 hitter, both bnttiiiK champions, two play- Looking at the- tournament dis-|t L , ; , m t hat has limited manpower and a record of one win against thicc losses. "George is also an excellent pass receiver and a good halfback. We may save him for . spot-plays at h&lfbuck. And then/ he's valuable on defense. We may play him there some games. It depends on the other team, and what the- situation is." Casanova said. opposite his casting field, and proceeds with jiucd player* who might not ncu duty thin wiK'U ond, ArKunons' ltj*j!orbncks poUt dearly (or their 30-17 win over Baylor liist woek. It tippcnrod All-Conter- qnui'terbnek Lamur McHftn , on hui n», hmun. U\o (fUappolntwJ Te*i»» . ,. , loHvrit on HUeeoBtitvQ w«uk to Notrt* D«m» and Okla« Codoh^Otll Douglu* ho would uco Soph Southpaw Bub St. Plerru at qu6rt«r It Me- Him U not ready, St. Pierre would run At (junrter in the Split T and nt full In tht <U<ep formation with Hblph Trolllut oiiorotlng ut quar tor in the Inttor, Coach Jt>»« Noely'g Rice Owls iUi|it<nrod in good Shape except for ICnd Jnmun Heflin who probably won't piny ngttaat ,SMXJ bocnuso ot nn unklo injury sustained in tho Owls 1 lotss to UCLA lust Sal •day , Biiylov also hod mi injured piny- out Indefinitely. Block, was luu-t in tho brulatnx - with Arkansas an<J U'e «l»! « cinch hit won't b« uiod ut LuUbock, The other tttjured. player wan lU'Ubnek John HurvlUu ot Texn» Improved, but sttil u vary ImpmbnblB »turtor uft- «u«« in Satui day's Trinity tT«x,) Unt« H»ylor> SMU nud Arkat\»u» But Coach Hay .„,.._ il« Texas Aggies through th«lr har4c*t workout ot t)« *ea*on laut night for th#lr con i opener with TCU. IUee rf«ulur» hold a i-ough prepared for ca tor- lh»,K(>Vi T. j, Rhoriii, pan Jor ol B««fi«o Momorlul 0, M> B. Church Nov»mb»r went U»* week end h,wvlnit of rtha A, Hftwls and d«u Uieertlft ot St Uvu*. k MA MnlMf k'> **• ^U&uft^kk* I in, 11 nd five who clouted 20 for i more home runs. Smier captured | the National League's runs batted in title and tied with Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner for the home run crown. Byrra set an American Lea- H»L' record for catchers with 30 home runs. Few ot th« tuoms went through TCU, .. _.. - IKJVll t^l> fcl.ll 1 J^ Vi«l**''l'*"ll'l t l.»»\.l IJItlJ- blnson Rlzxuto and Mtisial. Ted,,., s wUI , 100 „,- more ,-uns batted Wiilltims, lust ycnr's left fielder,' pluyi-d In only a handful of name's before leavina for tho Murlncs and clofuultt'd his poHitlon. Muslal made the team for the sixth time, missing only once since the poll wns ''.iiUHurnlrcl in 1940. Shant/., 27-ycnr-oId southpaw nci> ot the Athletics, received tho most votes. Kettlna nil but two of the 74 Muaitil was right behind with Ufl, but ho received seven votes for first bust 1 , He wus the only player to receive voles for more than one position. Only O'orrn, Mantle and Rosen hnd stronfi competition. The Van- kee catcher edged Roy Cumpnnci- Jft.of Brooklyn by only two vote.s. 30 to 34, Cleveland's Jim H«>gnn got tha other two. Mantle took the third spot In tho outfield, beating out Larry boby df the Indians, SO to 28. Saner wns named on SB ballots for nn outfield berth to 81 for Muslnl. Six third basemen received back ing, Rosen topping the list .with 37, George Kell of the Boston. Red. Sox, lout year's pick for the hot corner, finished second with'' 18. Brooklyn's BUly Cox wns third with 11, Eddla Yost of Washington. Bobby Thomson of the Giants and Bobby Adams of the Cincinnati Reds nl«u got scattered support. Fain, the American League butting champion for the second sue- cc**ive ,year, walked off with first base hqnors, corraiing* 58 votes to seven for Mualal and five for Gil Hodge* of Brooklyn, Whuey Lockman, of the Ginnls and Joe Collins ol the Yankees got one apiece. Robinson also had nn easy time, picking up 58 votes for second b&so to 10 for Red Schoendiensl of the Cardinals and three foi Nellie Fox of tho White Sax, Hwzuto's 44 voles lopped a field of si-vw for Hie shortstop berth. Alvin Ua|r4t waist, foot and wm work destined to leave him facing his target with the plug taking off at a terrific speed. He stretches his arm as far as he can into the back cast, and swinging hard, sends the plug up and around as he pivots on one foot. I've seen many casters twirl the plug lariat style, faster and faster, until they nearly split theh britches, starting the plug off like a rocket. Long before I could call my shots. I fished with a fellow on the Ogeechoe in the black waters of Southern Georgia. The bank vegetation is very dense in this part of the country, and the bass live among fallen trees, stumps and weeds. Every cast was a clink er for me, while John buzzed a big surface plug through tunnels that didn't look wider than a soup plate. He used the typical short, stubby casting stick so popular among southern gentlemen. I've come to realize that the only factor my partner ever considered in select ing a plug was "how it pulled the If it was wecdless and, painted yellow, so much the better — but the plug had to be a 5/8 ounce model; lighter plugs required more arm work and wobbled on the back cast, making his shots deflect left or right of the target. Heavier plugs would bend the rod too much causing him to undershoot or over shoot his mark. John was a prac tical angler. I'm not suggesting a rod for every plug, merely emphasizing the .fact that every rod has a definite bend and tip speed that is completely efficient. This is the question the O.nglei Homecoming for Bocats Friday Night Friday night will be Homecom^ Ing for the-Bobcats nnd precetdirtg the klekoff'of the Hope-FallvieW 1 ^ game some 21 senior member's of- the squad will escort queens maids to a reserved section. Co-captatns Tommy Doyle nnd Clyde Arnold will present bouquets to co-queens . Netda Thompson and Patsy. Samuels. : Othcr senior members of the squad are Bobby Bruce Dee Cortee, Jessie Duke. Bernard Dunn, J. B. Ellen, Richard Chism, John Gilbert, Tom Ed Hays, -Richard Hunt, Jack Jones, Darryl Messer, Ellis Rothwell, Kenneth Stone^ 'ohn Tabor, Jim Yocom, Thomf.W Beck, Thomas Gibson. Last Friday night tho Bobcats came out of a rough game with lot Springs badly bruised. Raymond Churchwell suffered a broken nose and will be lost to tho earn for at least two weeks, Clyde Arnold is carrying around n real shiner and Jack Jones has a badly cut lip and several others are ail- Ing. _ Fairview, a consolidated scho^ us; outside oi Caraden, is making a bid in the Double A ranks and in all likelihood wil bo advanced to that classification in the near future. Although not quite rated on par with several of the District teams, Fairview has been playing some faSt competition and has been giving a good account of itself. Tho contest Friday night could bo a tough one for Hope with Churcl^ well out and many others sore and bruised. In the scoring department this year the Bobcats have rolled up J20 points to 46 for the opposition. Scoring were: KONCII •y Chick Young OZARK IKI I'LL STICK THIS SOILED SHiRT i'N HEPE WHILE BLONDlt'S GOT -HE MACHINE v^. PUNNING T-:\V P r '-^' te^/ . , DAGWOOD- _ I ( SHAME O4 VOL).' ). |f5: V;.,--^_^>_x -' // ^^TV-^'-S^ -SC ^ -^/''n/iO \>S?-. **•';. (THAT LOVELY BATHTUB J ^-1 UPSTAIRS-AND YOU < j^n USE MY \VA-3MlNG ) MACHINE'^ m^.' OUT OUR WAY By j. R, Willionu VIC FLINT should put to himself: this rod give me an efficient castini bend and tip speed without my reaching over backwards? (Distributed by NBA Service) TD FT TP Kenneth Stone HE 4 Clyde Arnold FB 4 R. Churchwell HB I! Dee Coffee HE 2 Sonny Griffin 2 Charles Alkerson HB 1 Jesse Duke E 1 Jim Yocom K 1 1 Total 18 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 12 35 24 11! 18* 12 (5 f! G 120 the OluivU led the runner-ups) with W. Brooklyn's PeeWeo .Reesi hnU «Hht to four for Roy McfillllAlu Beds two tor EtMIe Joost of th* A's «nd one each for Orahny llummtf, Phlla and Johnny Uogan, »U h«ftd* were » ft«til pracUce with contact Breves. Mast eo»upetition was {or tho out fluid wer« 14 (lychassers tied for the three berths. Others receiving mention in addition to the (ir»t Kouc Included Enoa Slaughter. tphftdulwi cm nyery cam(»u». Cardf;HiH>H Bauor and Germ Woo- USED CARS NOW AVAILABLE AT Sid Rogers Buick Co. besl buy in used cars is now Q* yoyr Buick Dealer. ' ' " This fellow's trying to outsmart us... and that's good for YOU! , q^ - ^ - - These extra nice, clean cars are traaVmsonNiWBUICKS. Bargains For All SID ROGERS BUICK CO. We tlon't know his name or even what he looks like. tBut we do know what he's up to, Right now at this minute he's working in the research laboratory of a competitive oil company. He may be devising the formula fpr a new and better gasoline, or developing an unproved manufacturing process, or inventing a wonderful new petroleum by-product which may revolutionize the plastics industry. If he succeeds, his company will have a temporary competitive advan» tage over ours. Fr»ukly. this fellow worries us a little sowetiwee* But we're awfully gl*d Ue's around! His habit of keeping at our heels keeps us on our toes. We have to be just as smart as he is (or maybe a little smarter) to stay in business. Intense competition ftiiy^>i>g hundreds of competing oil companies has stimulated research and production to create for Ajuerica an ~3^BH^^*^^^ f W$^ undreamed of in other times or other countries. Until somebody invents a better formula for prosperity than oioVfashianed competition, let's all stick to our own system $f trying to do a better job than the other fellow. That way, we'll aft be better off 1 tsso r -*\ •- ~ i Screen Actor ^ < ••'•'•--. , HORIZONTAL VERTICAL \lScreen actor, 1 Algonquian ' Lon — Indian 7He"is ^Poultry 1 following in 3 Exclamation /' his •. *s / ' > of sorrow / footsteps ' 4 North j3Y e n America (ab.) 14 Interstice ': 5 Summer (Fr.) Answer to Previous Puziift 4 A E M 1 L_ L. O u R * O R fe" U M A U U K e. A 7 S U ^ A O N IE T 1 & "> V * M e o u Si A G B C £, 1 P <4 17 C A A K 9 E C> A T e O " S A P B. ft C U L. S A F» A P R IS A H *• A ' p- R 1 & K. E I? K. 1 T e & <?"' bs l_ O P IS ft 3 1 A f i a i X i A IT, N l_ A U p t? B N * (A 1 * E * S a ii s T B iRDoin* • losnouis 16 nirtrlbute ? 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