PPfW <-,'«>*• ' ' « ff / ,'• >,'••' H o r I STAR; HOPE, ARKANSAS ^ff^if^^^^j^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^' Thursday, November 6, 1947 S/FIED ft In Offlc* fiay Before Publication 'M ' Instruction - Female PRACTICAL NUnSING, EASY TO learn at home. Instruction. Prepare now for-this interesting, well paid wbrk. Nurses are needed. Many earn while learning. Spare time training plan welcomed by doctors. High school not necessary. Information Free. Write today, Wayne School of Practical Nursing. Box 98, Hope, Ark. 3-3t Wanted to Rent WOODWORKING UNFURNISHED . APARTMENT rhpletc paint and body *' ttracitteally hew. Rea- ritecl. O. MJ Shoemaker, JPhone 27. 3-6t iiiM*, New., Phone 4-3t 3. 4 or 5 room. No pets. Permanent. Phohe 708. 0-tf Real Estate for Sale Fair Enough By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. >Southern California Specialists R>. PLYMOUTH WITH good tlr«S. In good fit 604 Pond St. at' 'CH6VROLBT 'See Roy . t.t.t li(|K .* POTTERY, DIRECT i "Cftmden 'plant, i Reasonably i^ 317 .South Laurel St. Mrs. i^Laflib. \ , , 4-Ot ^'KNOWLEDGE' * AND total.of 21 .854J after, '• 144- ACRES ON PAVED HIGHWAY 29 six milcS south of Hope, nine- room home, butane gas, electricity, large barn, garage, and other buildings, 80 acres in cultivation, balance in timber and pasture lands. .... NEW ' SIX-ROOM HOUSE, GAR- age,, 1 laundry-room attached; two acres land. Owner leaving Hope. TWO FIVE-ROOM HOUSES, ONE located on South Bonner; other one on South Greening. Both vacant. • • ' FOSTfiR-ELLIS Real Estate, Insurance, Loans iey '" -ClU FED) 41.00 EACH last. -South Main on Ufa road. V, L. Holly. * ' 5-8t Washington, Nov. 0 — For three delirious days and nights, the Stat ler Hotel was just a glamorous little bit of Hollywood dropped into stately Washington, D. C. A whole shipload of unreal idols of our dreams flew in to protest about the hearings about un-Americanism. Some Hollywood commit Lee about freedom of speech-was back of the party. By a happy coincidence most or them were on ,my floor some times, in the elevator, I even rub bed elbows with them. I wanted to ask Danny Kaye for his autograph in my book along with the autographs of his friends, Leo. Durocher, George Haft, Frankie Boy Sinatra and Bugsy Sicgel but I choked up. I lost rny nerve. One of'the glamorous heroines of the glittering world of make-believe oh my floor was that girl who sat on the piano at the press club that night when Harry Truman was not played a yet few president and he crosshandcd licks 108 East, Second , Phone 221 '•' .,6-3t Salesman Wanted For Rent s HOOW HOUSE, le -uas, electricity. Located ih6ol bus routs, 4A4' mUes ,of Hope on Highway 4. ^-" Williams, Phone 062.' 29-tf .. r ., .ROOM -APARTMENT tbflfu'rnjshed. 3 rooms furnished for housekeeping. Near s store. Phone 38-F-ll. 3. Schooley. 4-3t AN UNUSUAL , OPPORTUNITY for several high caliber experienced salesmen to sell retail grocers in th* State of Arkansas. Men selected must own automobile. Preference will be given to applicants who know the retail grocery trade. Position pays salary, expense^, plus liberal bonus. To arrange for personal interview in Hope, Arkansas, please address airmail reply stating qualifications and phone number to Mrs. Harold M. Ward, 2701 Lipscomb St., Ft. Worth, Texas. 0-tf 'Tommy Walker, -who placekitks'i points aftci^toughdown, isn't trie; '•only specialist on the Southern California varsity : Judging by the; they have rescaled ;the heights, all the Trojans attend to their; ' 3NT"" BEDROOM WITH libining bath. 601 Pond St. ftofte,- 737. 5-3t .... UNFURNISHED ^apartment, vacant Nov. 10. 312 i.gWa r lnut. Apply 314 S. Walnut. 6-3t FURNITURE, (Hpiece-or carload. City Fwni- ~ -Phone 61. 22Q East 3rd. - " 17-tf [•O^H CHRISTMAS GIFT ines "now. •, Special rates. !?., Reynerson'. Phone 28, City u:*\< • ' 23-am Turnesa Making Tourney One Man Show Pinehurst, N. C.. Nov. 6 -^ (IP)— What shaped up as a freefor-all scramble for North and South Open golf top honors after a tight first round, threatened today to become a one-man show, thanks to Jimmy and long zips. The next day some of the western senators, who have a rude, frontier way of teasing their intimate friends, joked Mi Truman by calling him "professor In the slang of the "wild and woolly west," a "professor" is not the same as a professor in a college but a merry old scalawag who plays the piano in places like "the Last Chance Saloon" and "the Silver Dollar Gambling Hell." Intoxicated outlaws toss him nickles, dimes and quarters, and girls m short skirts of buckskin, bearing such names'. as Salome' Sal and Kansas City Kitty, sing songs about the last roundup. Sometimes the rough cowboys and prospectors buy the "professor" a swig of beer or firo-wntor to keep the poor fellow from thinking about his down fall and his dear old mother in her lonelv grave among the cotton woods beside the Santa Fe trail. In their teasing way, next clay, the frontier senators called Mr. Truman "professor" and allowed as how "that there was a mighy pert bit of calico settin' on top of the pie-anner down to the Silver Dollar last night." He look it all in a spirit of clean fun and a hearty laugh was enjoyed by all. But after he became president, one of the grizzled old frontier senators called on Mr. Truman and ad vised him always to search ths top ' , 'knitting exceedingly well; Huddled around the .'little drum major iare, left to right, fullback Veil Lillywhile, guard John Rea, half-back McCaidle and end Eimo Tolman Frozen Action Patronize the Yourself Laundry 716 W. Division •',/:iin0> Save. 60c hour | •lufna, »t*rch, bleach, pint i$tfMhing powder* furnished. ^oKtt ,6 >• m> till 7 p. m. Turriesa. Jimmy, an sional from scorched the unattached Ulmsford, 6,879yard profes- N. Y.'; No. 2 of the "pie-anner strange dames showing their limbs, after that. Now this glamorous creature [•MOVED FRU ~thin 40 UUefl HORSK, COW» CRIPPLES w R«ndtrlng Plant, . 8»-Wj(Phone Collect) NO gnawer Phone 3158-B course with a 32-34 second round yesterday to gain the 36-hole lead at 137. Hjs 6-P, six under par and only sub-70 performance of the first two days, equalled the record last dup licated in, 1945 by Denny Shute and Ben Hogan. As the 51 survivors who scored 153 and under moved into today's final 30 holes, Turnesa held- a four stroke advantage over runnerup George Schoux of Mamaroneck, N. Y. Jack Grout of Harnsburg, Pa., came through 1 with his second 71 for third place at 142. Four players were in contention at 143— lid Furgol of Detroit,' the opening day po-leader; Tommy Wright of Knox ville, Tenn.; PGA Champion Jim Fcrrier of San Francisco; and Henry Williams, Jr., of Sunbury, Pa. was right on the same floor with me. : Her name is Miss Lauren Bacal and her intimates call,her "baby 1 but I suppose it is my fate a a .mundane, common man of th Workaday classes to not ever have the privilege, to call her "babv " ''Needless to say," I hardly slep a wink for thinking about a ceitai glamorous dream girl. Danny Kaye was the great jewe in the diadem ot fame, but "need less to say," Humphrey Bogart to was a "tower of strength as a drawing card for the moving picture "fans." Tuesday night, Frank Conniff, the young columnist, came into my place. He is amusing, because he is so naive and his neck swells and District Titles to Be Decided Friday Night By The Associated Press District championships and play iff berths will be riding on the out- ome of Arkansas high school football games tomorrow (Fri) night. Some games will decide titles flh ally, while others will draw battle ines tighter for next week's'fiha: •ound of play before the playoffs .vhich start Nov. 21. Three clashes will have bearing on Double A playoff spots. An Unraveling of a three-way scrap in District Seven will begin with the El Dorado-Fordyce garnd at El Dorado. These two and Tex arkana are undefeated and untied in district play. El Dorado, which nlays Texarkana Nov. 14 is favored to finish on top. Fayetteville can virtually sew u] a shot at the state crown by beat ing Springdale in their District One tilt at Springdale. The universiy citv Bulldogs are undefeated and will have only winless Rogers left to play after this week. While not a district affair, the North Little Rock at Blytheville game tomorrow night, may determine, whether the Northsiders or Little Rock's Tigers are named as the Fifth District's -playoff reprer sentative. The Greater-.Little'.Rock, .teams have similar records against other common foes and .the team •with the best showing against Blytheville may get the nod. Chances are, however, that, the other will go into the playoff as an invited team: . In 'the A. division. Forrest City can clinch Sixth District laurels by whipping S t u 11 g a r t. Cpnway £p abb'ed the Fifth District . crown I by beating Benton 7-0 last night.. SPORTS ROUNDUP Pool e Still Heads Pass Receivers York, Nov. 6— (/P)— The heralded battle of the pass catchers failed to materialise last, week end as" Barney Poole of Mississippi and Bill Swiacki of Colubbia had unspectacular days, and Tom , Edwards of Georgia projected them selves into contention. National Collegiate Athletic Bu- reml "figures today showed kept leadership for the Poole sixth Straight week'by snagging foiir basses from batterymate Charlie Conerly for 49 yards to bring his total receptions to 27 for 257 yards. Swiacki, whose shoetop grabs helped beat Army, only aught two for 30 yards as Colum- jia discovered it didn't have to get iff the ground to beat Cornell last week. Swiacki consequently dropped to third place with 24 catches or a season high of 409 yards. Jackie Jensen of California, with Seven interception runbacks for .02 -yards, leads the country in that respect, While. ;lp players • have iabbed' jfiye'/apiece, including Bob West, Missouri: . 'The'.leaders;' . • Punting—(Minimum of 20 punts) —(i),. Charjie Justice, -North; Carolina',' 44,0 yards average per punt; (2) George'Crimes; Virginia,.44; (3 Leslie '' Palmer, North Grolina State, 43.'7; ~(4) Forrest Bast, •• Le- liigh, 43.2; (5 Joe Geri, Georgia, 43; Jack Pesek, Nebraska, is In the B bracket, .Amity Dierks meet to decide .which and will •y Hugh •. Fullerton, Jt. "'• ' '" " ' * New York, Nov. G —(/P)— Higher education: . A note received 'at a University of Virginia fraternity house from a certain campus in cultured Philadelphia read: "Brothers of the chapter arc offering 14 points at even money on the Pennsylvania Virginia game. Bets will be excepted (sic) up to noon of Saturday, November 3th." Pigskin Plcklns Army vs. Notre Dame The subway alumni Whose feelings are tender Can celebrate this With a whopping South Bender. Virginia vs. Pennsylvania Penn Again. Wake .Forest vs. With great relief The Yankees chorused: "There ain't no fire In Wake Forest." Minnesota vs. Purdue If Minnesota had Paul Bunyan It would peel Purdue just like an onion. Princeton vs. Harvard A win for old Nassau Or there oughta be a law. Grand stand Quarterbacks i When the 'Cornell 150-pound teaiti _ „ • Boston College beat Penn, 9-G, the other rival quarterbacks were and Hunger "' clay, the Suavely They weren't the same guys who used to master mind against each other before Carl Suavely returned to North • • - ••• Francis nephew. Carolina, but Cornell's (Bud) Snavely is Carl's . Penn's quarterback is Pete Mun ger. eighth.With a 42.4 average. Pass receiving—(1) Barney is face gets "red as a (Service and Repair , , . . I.*! • APPLIANCES „ • REFRIGERATORS , All «makes and models REFRIGERATOR ft RICAL SERVICE Jjl.m Phone 70 ]5.;p.Jm. Phone 909-R U. S. Solons Are Warned Not to Enter Yugoslavia London, Nov. 5—(/P)—A Congres sional committee said today it had been warned by American military officials against attempting to fly into Yugoslavia without visas during Its investigation of European condtlons" as the plane would pro- ably be shot down," Chairman, Rooney (D-NY) of a House Appropriations subcommittee on state department expend tures reported the warning hac qome from military officials ii Germany after the committee had C CO. tried, without success to obtaii visas to- enter Yugoslavia, R'obhey displayed state depar Industrial Wiring Rtpfllrt HONE 784 merit telegrarns reporting that the Amerjcan embassy at Belgrade had made'11 "oral representations' and submitted two formal note for entry of the committee withou success. beet' 1 Stopped cold by the shutter of a high speed camera, Geraldine Huesing actually twirls like a top in a layback spin at Chicago Arena in the Windy Gity. when he talks about how mistaken ie glamorous characters of Hollywood are, only "dumb" is the word ic uses. "When I think about those uys 1 was with, and how a lot of icm died and then to hoar these >eoplo how they actually don't eem to know the score when you sk them if they realize this is the way Congress has been running investigations since way before they vere even born and, otherwise peo- )e would never had learned about Teapot Dome, Honest I get so mad—" Frank sputtered in such a comi cal way that the rest of us "old heads" just had to break out laughing at his discomfiture. Mr. Conniff was a combat corre spondcnt in the war right up there "mid shot and shell." Danny Kaye got a decoration )ast year. 'He got an award for his great services to true Americanism always in the vanguard to protect bullworks against big- • WHERE you live. Peo- *p«ne from all over the to borrow from us lr cars, or almost fl they own. We lend from $50,00 to ,OQ in ten minutes, a customer th . an >>ec«s- headquar- SASH. £om« «nd MeLofty FOR SALE FILL DIRT, $3 for 4 yard load PHONE889-W Otry. It is an award named after Maj.-Gen. Maurice Rose, who was killed in France. "I knew General Rose, personal ly," Mr. Conniff said, "and I don't think they honored his name by giving that Rose memorial to Danny Kaye, in my humble opinion. He was a fighting general." Mr. Conniff got a medal himself, but it was not a medal for protecting true Americanism against Nazi-minded bigots spreading disunity by whispering "communism" at high-class Hollywood writers got a modal for swimming. It seems that he was on BROKE? You need cash not sympathy We need 20 used cars to wreck. LAMB'S WRECKING YARD 317 South Laurel and actors, Mr. Conniff -A'imming. It s. ------ -----a lending boat that hit a mine and he swam several soldiers ashore. Still, even if he docs disagree I borator." with Danny Kaye, Danny can't accuse him of race hatred. They were Negro soldiers. LFT FOY DO IT « Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8, Walnut St. Three Try ing to Flee Poland Caught Warsaw, Nov. G — (UP) — Three of the persons who fled Poland on October 20 with Anti-Communist Leader Stanislaw Mikolajczyk were in the hands of the Russian- trained security police today and one was accused of conspiring with Mikolajczyk to steal party funds. ^. It had been believed that all had escaped with Mikolajczyk, leader of the peasant party who arrived in Britain Monday. Soon after Mikolajczyk reached Britain, he said that all seven who had fled with him were safe, although he would not say where they were for fear of endangering them. But last night, the government said that the escape of .Mikola- iezyk had been planned for a long time "with the cooperation of the employes of an embassy in Warsaw." At the same time, the government announced that three of the fugitives were captured, just as they crossed into Czechoslovakia. The three were Maria Hulewicz, Mikclajczyk's private secretary — "who lived with him until the moment of his escape," the government said — Wincenty Bryza, Peasant party treasurer, and.Mie czyslaw Dobrowski, a "close colla- HOPE TO CO. For . . , . LIGHTING, COOLING, WIRING, MOTORS, and APPLIANCES or anything ELECTRICAL ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. CampbdB, Looney Appear Ready to Start Saturday Fayetteville, Nov. 0— (/I 1 )— Full- bucking problems of the University of Arkansas football team appeared somewhat less pressing today as the Razorbacks prepared to wind up home drills and depart for Houston, Tex., where the will battle Rice institute Saturday. Leon Campbell, the No. 1 fullback at the start of the season, now seems to have recovered sufficiently from an injury suffered in the Baylor game to sec some action against the OWLS. Stacy Lqoney, a reserve who was ill earlier in ihe An informed source said it would few days that the other man ape parly, also had been be disclosed in a Slefl'an Knibonski, in ihv Tlio ihive men had their wive.-" wuh them, but there was iio indication whether the women wore held. (JViikolajezyk heard the news ol is iriends' capture in his wife's oll-ir.e ju Kenlon, Middlesex, England, where lie is resting-from his escaj:o. ITis new secretary said: "This is lerrible news. He was must fund of them and was sure they wore safe." Tijuana's Proxy Marriage Setup Is Closed Down Tijuana, Mex., Nov. G— (IP)— Tiiu ... .1 ... ._ i_ • . .. •._ .. * Teachers Back Tops College Performers Little Rock, Nov. G — (/T>)— Rex Pearcc, sparkplug ot the Arkansas State Teachers College Bears, is the leading offensive performer in Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football. The speedy back sets the pace in individual, rushing with 350 yards, in total offense — rushing and passing — with 499 and in scoring with 54 points. Thomas of Magnolia is the top forward passer, having completed 20 of 37 for 293 yards and two touchdowns, but Kornegay of Teachers is close behind with 29 attempts, 15 completions, 288 yards and three touchdowns. Kornegay also is second in rushing with 169 yards and in total offense with 457. Holland of Magnolia has caught nine passes for 180 yards and three touchdowns to lead that department. Statts of Hendrix tops the puners with a 42-yard average on 13 kicks, State Teachers College leads in team offense with 1,726 yards. Ar kansas Tech, with whom it appears the Bears will share the championship, is the best defensive team, having given up only 105 yards rushing and passing a game. Undefeated State Teachers, whose only other conference game will be played Thanksgiving with the College of the Ozarks, will be idle this weekend. But Tech will be busy trying to retain its perfect loop record and keep pace with the Conway eleven. Tech will entertain Arkansas A. & M at Russellville Friday nifiht. Once-beaten Ilendrix. which still has a mathematical chance :'or the title, will moot oil-beaten but to.ig 1 ' represent, the Seventh .District anc Dermott can go in from ;• Distric 4 Eight by beating Dumas. The full schedule: Fayettcvillc at Springdale Siloam at Rogers Ozark at Alma Huntsvillc at Bentonvillo Osccola at Becbe Paragould at Newport Searcy at Marked Tree . Batesville at Walnut Ridge Earle at McCrory North Little Rock at Blytheville Jonesboro at Helena Piggott at Corning Harrisburg at Trumann Luxora at Elaine Texarkana at Fort Smith Subiaco at Catholic Hi. (Sun). Pine Bluff at Hot Springs Russellville at Little' Rock Clarksville at Paris Dardanelle at Greenwood Charleston at Mena Panama to Booneville Ozark at Alma Havana at Atkins St. Anne's at Hartford Bauxite, at Malvern Clinton at Mbrriltbn England at Cabot Carlisle at Magnet Cove Lonoke at Gurdon Stuttgart at Forrest City • Wynne at Clarendon Gillett at Dewit Fordyce a El Dorado Prcscott at Hope Smackover at Nashville DeQueen at Foreman Arkadelphia at Norphlet Broken Bow, Okla. at Horatio Amity at Dierks Junction City at Dubach Bearden at Strong White Hall at Fairview Hamburg at Eudora McGehee at Warren Dermott at Dumas Lake Village at Portland Poole, Mississippi, 27 caught for 257 yards; (2) .Tom Bienemann, Drake, 25- for 285; (3) Bill Swaicki Columbia, 24-409; (4Dan Edwards Seofgia, 23-376;' (5) Vincent Cist erna, Flagstaff State, 23341. Punt runbacks — (Ranked on yards returned)—(1) Lindy Berry. Texas Christian 33 returned ior 410 yards; (2) Jim Spavital, Oklahoma A&M, 1G365; (3) Aubrey Fowler, Arkansas 15-312; (4 Jake Leicht, Oregon, 23-310; (5) Lee Nalley, Vanderbilt, 24264; (6) Don Ferga son, lo'wa State, 24263. . • Kickoff returns— • (Ranked yards returned— .(1) Walter Boldon Richmond, 8 . returned for 278 yards; (2) Tommy -Kalmanir, Nc vada, 6-256; .(3) Gene Rossides Columbia, 10235; (4) Dick Turn ilty, Flagstaff State, 11-233; (5) Hob Smith, lowai 11-230. Jacl< Mitchell; Oklahoma, is eighth with 9 returned 203• yards. BARNACLE SOUP A Norwegian sailor,. James K. Cuch, kept himself alive with barnacle soup for 11? .days when he was cast adrift at sea. Three companions '• died. : . : o—; SUPREME LAW The Constitution of the United States, together.w^th acts of Congress and foreign treaties made under its authority, comprise the supreme .law of the land. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Chicago — Eddie Miller, 1GO 1-4, Dayton, outpointed Lafayette Driimmoned. 155, Chicago, 8. Brigham, Utah — Keith Nuttall, 3righam, outpointed Eddie Marot,a, Cleveland, 8.' Oakland, Calif. — Maxie Docu- jen, 132, Now Orleans, T.K.O. Ralph Lara, 131, Los Angeles, 8. By United Press New York (Jamaica Arena)—Sid Ha'ber, 140, New York stopped Pat Scanlon, 147, Ozone Park, L.I., 6. Elizabeth, N, J. — Charlie "" liams 150 1-2, Newark, NJ. pointed Charlie Milan, 144 34, Bal timore, 8 Bangor, Me. — Al Cesario, 156 Hartford, Conn., knocked out Jackie Collins, 156, Haverhill, Mass., 10. Binghamton, N. Y. — Jesus Com po, 124, Puerto Rico, vs. Mario Morales, 125, Cuba, (declared no contest by referee) Kalamazoo Mich.— Marty Marshall, 190. Detroit, outpointed Chet Harter, 190. Fort Wayne, Ind., 10. Fresno Cal. — Tote Martinez 130, Stockton, Cal., outpointed Tony Chavez 138, San Jose, Cal., 10. o LIFE SPAN INCREASED Improved living standards the use of sulonamidcs and peni cillin have increased the life span of the American worker to years. Lujack Rated Best Notre Dame Back South Bend, Ind., Nov. 6 — W) — Not since the days of the famed George (Gipper) Gipp will a single player carry Notre Dame's load as much as talented Johnny Lujack when the book is slammed on the dramatic Irish-Army football rivalry here Saturday. Lujack is groomed to do more than he has ever done before in his All-America career which started against this same. Army team in 1943. Widely advertised as the "brain" and the "arm" of the current unbeaten Irish in their march to five straight victories, it be came clear in a rousing scrimmage yesterday that if Notre Dame's '"straight football" formula fails, Lujack will chase the passes of his illustrious quarterback understudy, Frank Tripucka, or otherwise carry the ball in some new tricks Coach Frank Leahy has cooked up for Army's invasion. All of which recalls the 19.20 con test of .this classic series when Gipp played the greatest game of .his short, but metoeric career, by bulling, passing, kicking and sprinting Notre Dame to a 27 to 17 triumph over Army. Coach Frank Leahy has Lujack marked down for a 60-minute performance. First off, he'll be in on defense at safety at all times. 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Hope, Ark. Ouachita at Conway ------------ ._,_ week, participated in practice yes- 1 ana's flourishing business in proxy Jim Rcichert, who lias at the fullback slot since terday started Campbell has been o;jt is not counted on for duty this week because of injuries. The Razorbacks are due to leave Fayetteville by bus at 5:30 p. m. today. They are to board a train for Houston at Monett, Mo., tonight. o—' A stogie pmch of snuff will _. , will anesthetize a turtle for several considered ill< hours and will k:;l a fish or snake any principles immediately. institutions." marriages and divorces for American couples was shut down yester day by Mayor Salvador Sierra Vera. At least 10 agencies whose sole business was obtaining marriages and divorces for Americans by proxy were closed. The closing order, Mayor Sierra- Vera said, was based on the as simption that "their activities are „ Rock Junior College will tangle with Ozarks at Clarksville Friday night in the only other con ference game 1his week. The non-conference University of Arkansas freshman team commands a share of lop billing on the state collegiate program Saturday by playing the University of Mis souri reserves at Fayetteville. Other non-conference games are: Arkansas Slate vs Pensacola Navy at Pensacola, Fla.. Arkansas College vs Bethel at MeKenzie, Tenn., Northeast Center of Louisivana vs Magnolia, all Saturday. CHANCES ARE BETTER Unmarried women between 20 and 30 have three times as good a chance of marriage as did women of the same age in 19)4, it is estimated. and unwinding his accurate right Saturday! arm with passes, he'll be cavort ng at leit halfback and providing In 1940 more than a quarter of United States smipuuji iiiai "'"» «i.t..4i.u.a ai? - ,„ of thp United States considered illegal and opposed to the people 01 "?e uiiutu ^ la any principles aud-morals of our were either foeignboiH or tne WANTED - Logs & Blocks GUM - HACKBERRY - ELM -LYNN SYCAMORE - HOLLY - BAY HOPE BASKET CO. 1 Call 1000 or Contact Office cluldren of foreign born people. wraps. an aerial target for relief quarterback Tripucka. Lujack's ability as a ball carrier to date has been demonstrated only briefly, but impressively. He :ias carried the ball six times and gained 127 yards for a 21.1 average. Leahy rates Lujack the fastest of all Irish backs. His passing talent is vividly outlined in a rcc ord of '42 completions in 74 attempts for a .567 average and if the Cadets will hark back to the 1943 game, they'll recall that Lu- iack, making his debut after Angelo Bertelli's departure into ma rine service, passed to two touch downs in a 20-0 Irish win. Even though yesterday's scrimmage was conducted in drizzling rain, the Irish concentrated on passes, which indicated that Leahy wasn't fooling when he said Notre Dame's air attack was the great est weapon. Some observers have insisted that the Irish were holding a strong running attack under J. B. 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