The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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PAGI FOU1 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.); COURIER- NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 193-1 BALL FRIDAY ,THEY DO COM|i BACK Many of Major Prep Teams In State to See Action Tomorrow LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Sept. 20 (UP)—Most of the high school (earns of the state'will swing Into action this weekend, with the major teams setting their goals nt the top rung of the Arkansas football Udder. AD except three ol Hie games scheduled/will be played Friday. Pine Bluff, regarded ns (lie out- clandlng candidates —• with Hot Springs and Little Rock—for the state championship this year, will me«t B«ntoii Saturday ul Plna Bluff. El Dorado High • School, undisputed title holder In 1933, fell by the wayslrtc last week when the CrpBsctt Eagles defeated the oil city t*am, S lo 6. The present champions wlil play at, Longvlew, Tex., Friday. The Little Rock Tigers will o|wn trie season with Forrest, City. Coach Earl F. Qutgley will be starting his 20th season at Little Bock when hts learn meets Couch Bill Irving's Forrest. CRy Thor- cughbred eleven here. Hot Springs will be host to the Malvern High School team In the Trojans' first bid lor the 1934 ti tk ;The Camden eleven will IK lei! in a night game by Capt. Hoy ! Cawthoii,-veteran lineman, against, Hayhesylllc, La., the only team to »in from El Dorado last yo'nr. i ' Camden lost feM \elcrans through graduation and has scheduled 11 games for the season. Hope will be the dark horse of the, state race since Coach Foy Hammonds., recently football director at Montlcello A. and M. College r.eturned to high' school sports alter an absence of 10 ycms to direct-the Bobcats. Fans believe pope has the-strongest''nmterlal In,history The (first : lest will; be »;th Hamburg nt'Ho'pe!' ' : Ruisellvllle High School walked over opposition in 1933 and will start; the-year with a home contest with, Bee be. The Russcllvillc _ athletes, -nicknamed "Red Devils," " have dyed their hair red in anticipation of an undefeated season. The Fordjce Redbugs, always state titlt contenders. • will square' off'Saturday with No'rphlct, htuidt- capped'by the loss of_12 letter men by graduation Fordyce lost only W ^D El Dorado last year and smeared the hopes of major elevens of the state. Friday games; Haynesvlllc (La.) at Camdcii (night); Kelsei at Osceola, El Dorado at'Longvlew (Tex.) Conway at North Little Rock; Russellvllle; Forrest:. Oity at Little Uock. Lisbon at Stamps;, . Marvell at ".Helena; Malvem at Hot Springs; Marl anna at Elaine; Sprlngdale at Gentry; Amity at Guidon; . .Rector at Paragould; Hamburg at. Hope; Judsonla at 'Augusta; Belleville at Dardanellc; Glenwodd at De Queen; Smackover at Prescolt; Alma, at Van Buren; Rogers at Harrison; Slloam Springs at Walls (Okla.); , Carlisle al/Brlnklcy. batvrday games: Benton at Pine Bluff; ' Norphlet-at'Fordyce. Here Is Jimmy McLarnln, left .eye closed and face battered and bleeding, liavln ehls hnnd hoislcil by [he veteran announcer, Joe Humphries, after the vole of Referee Arthur Dpnouiiii again had established him as. the world's welterweight champion: The Judges disagreed at the finish, of their much postponed 16-round battle In Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City. The decision came as a.surprise to many. On The Outside - Looking In By "DUKE" A Will* Aosorllilcnt A Jonesboro sport*-writer, checking up on the monickers sportcu by opponents of the Joiicsboro high school's Golden Hurricane tills'(alt, finds the schedule fraught wilh many dangers. It .seems the Hurricane will meet Bobcats when it lakes on Walnut Ridge, Zebras 'when Pine Uluff is furnishing the opposition, Greyhounds 1 when Newiwrt Is on the battleground, Chlckasaws ,at Bly- thcvllle, Thorobreds at FoiTest City, rugged Pioneers at Bnlcsylllc, Trojans at Hot Springs, Indians from Sliawnco, Bulldogs nt Paragould and Sikeslon. We fall lo see, however, where a "hurricane" has. much to fear In mere man or anliiwl since weather ami the elements are apparently all-powerful, uncl to Ih'c writer "Golden Hurricane" Is just about Uhc most colorful of'names Yankees Defeat Tigers But Are 6 1-2 Games Behind; Cards Idle The New York Yankees cut n jame c|[ Hie lead of the Detroit 1'lgcr.s yesterday but the Bengals, cren then were 0 1-2 games ahead ol the New Yorkers, leaving only [our wins necessary for the American league pennant. The New York Giants won yesterday while the second place Cardinals in the National chase \vcre Idle. Auker kept [he Yankees fairly '.veil In hand until the sixth inning when tha New Yorkers scored three runs, The Yanks finally finished In front, 5 to 2, with Murphj pitching better ball as the g progressed. Tiie Washington Senators dc| featcd the Cleveland Indians 5 to 12 at Cleveland.- The Nats won with Uurkc besting Pearson in n mourn duel. T-hc Senators collected n to- lal of 13 hits. The Brownies of SI. Louis trimmed the Boston lied Sox 3 to 2 ft St. Louis, Knoll was [he wlnnint pttc'ner although relieved by Coif man In the seventh. Wclcli was th loser. The Philadelphia Athletics tie (ented the Chicago White Sox I] two games. The scores were 5 t 3 and 14 lo 0. Caster and Casca carella were the winning pitchers Johnson, pox, HIggins, McNair. Bo nura and Frank Hayes hit Iwmers THc Giants defeated the Clncln natl Reels 0 lo 3 and Increased thei lead over ilic Idle Cardinals to foil full games. The tlcds forced Bi Terry to parade (our pitchers be KIRBY'S WEEK END SPECIALS keenest array of sharpshooters crer assembled' here.' But' big - names don't seem quite so personal when you're battling Old Man Par directly uud-Uic rest of the field Indirectly Instead of via the match play route. At any rate It might do well for Hie assortment of pro and amuteur sees to remember the home boys. Junic Dowell will be throwing them In there ami Dill Pollard and the rest,of a flock of local stars who faded before a blistering summer s\m in the Tri-Slate amateur here wll be on the ilring line again. fore he was slllsiied the game wn won. Bowman \s-as the wltuicr. Tile Pittsburgh Pirates lost In gnmcs to the Brooklyn Dodgers. Th scores were 4 to 1 and 8 to 1, Mini go and Bablch were the u-iiutin hurlere. Chicago's Cubs lost a 5 lo -1 <lc clston to Hie Philadelphia plume Curt Davis- won his- nth game o the season, holding the Cubs I seven lilts. REISEJl FRIDAY Two Teams Appear Evenly Matched for First Game In .County Friend Certain "Gabby" Is No. Name For Coacli yet discovered for high ams in this section, school Cnarhcs Will ''Yes" This We agree wry emphatically with ert W. Maslerson, £jX>rt scribe ot 10 Southeast Missouriau, In his ommciit on a new Bvid rule al-i OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept. 20.—The Ecinlnoles elnsh with Kciscr In the opening game f othe football season here Pi-lclay niternoon. The teams are well with nine letter men hi each By J, P. FK1KN1) The nickname of Carney Graham! Liisllc, former Alabama freshman! coach, now .the new mentor of the J Blylhevlllc high school Chickasaws,;| has not been disclosed here, but Hie j writer is willing to wager it Is not "Gnbby." So tar in interviews the Chick' chief has not exhibited any of the ' verbal qualities of Jerome "Dizzy". Dean, loquacious machine of the'I St. Louis Cardinals, or Arthur j (Wlmt-a-man) Shires, erstwhile' Chicago Itistcad, i up. The Seminolcs expect to offset'," 1 ", " lllch """"nation about the with speed the slight handicap locnk >' et as indicated by a recent surfer in vvelght ngnlnsl the .. kicking of the hull from the Kclsc1 ' '"S's. Kciscr men average aucis of a teammate. Mastorson writes: "The new regulations on kicks •ill not be used very generally In hesc parts tills season, nl lensl. lost high school coaches are loo jusy trying to uncover a player vho can elevate the prolate sphcr- ild from his own hands, much less oolmg with developing men to >oot the egg from each other's clasp." Speck's Play Itriglil S|ml Leslie "Diikc"' of French- around 155 pounds with the Scm- iiioles running around 140 pounds' :o the mini. • Local business men are showing imielv Interest in the team this )-cnr and an added Inducement to exceptional play in the season's first game Is provided by Ihe Lnd & Dad Store which Is offering a handsome leather belt to the Sem- lilaying the best all round game. Members of both the Kciser and the Osccoln team will determine Ihe winner, ballollng i'ftcr the umuo for the best man. Citizens Comrntltce Wil Sell Ducats For Chicks Home Games By J. P. 'FRIEND The annual tall drive for the sa ol season tickets for the horn games of the Blythcville high scho- Chickasaws began loday, w. D. Me Clurkln, superlnlcndcnt ol school announced. Printers released the pasteboards yesterday and immediately they •were placed in the hands of the Citizens Athletic Committee, .Fred Sallba, chairman, who will dlrecl Ire. selling An organization of business men will have charge of the'attual distribvitton. For several years school members have Mid the ducats.. *Children's tickets will he sold through'school aulhorlttcs, Mr McClurkln said .The.price of the tickets will be »2.SO for 'adults, and $1.00 for the children These Vill admit th nckfcr ; to seven games Including tic Thanksgiving contest The first si gimes will be played here, beglnnln Sepfcmber 2*, *^th the Osceola In djans '»Te»ms who viill appear 1 orte.hers this'y*K- are: Osceola Sarfc, Forrest Cits, Shawnce, Pig tott; Jonesboro, and the Turkey Da giine,'the upppnent to be name< , later.% ~ t, 5 &iiool'o(Bcl«ls are especially aux- man's Bayou, is coming In for his share of praise at Arkansas slnlej college, Joncsboro. The play i The game is called for 3 o'clock. Un'd officials will be Bill Smcad Buck Smith, umpire; Speck 'has been one of the few In- Charles Rose, heart linesman ana cldents lo bring smiles to tli; lace °- >'• Scgraves, Held Judge. of Coach Tommy Mills, according, 'd'owlng Is the line-up: ic reports from the Crnlghcnd vsKelscr county capital. Speck has been nt -"euricr the signal calling post in practlc- |Shnrpo ally every workout ot Ihc team Moorc and Is seeking his fourth "A" this j Pet toman year. Here's a Scrap battle for line positions on he. Chlckasaw eleven should take Ths le C n added zest wh;n Murray Harris eports for practice today. Harris haa been out of town and rrived only y3slerday. Me is schcd- led to den grid logs today but 11) probably be sonic distance be- )ind the olhers in condition. There s no reason w?,y Murray shouldn't cvelop into one ot the best of the Mck linemen provided Coach Lisle can keep his aggressiveness ccn- cred on football. And we've get a hunch the new Chick mentor is he man to do it. Throwing Harris iulo Ihe middle of a group of linemen includini Sayder. Ltndscy, Craig, Walker am Lunsford, as well as olhers. In a scrap (or varsity positions should produce a pretty stout forward wall ; Atxlcrsou Garr Miles Brock Corlcy Robinson Little Osceola LE N. Ayrosj LT Ediiuglon' LG llcnson C Wright or Pollard RG B. Ayces, Collins or R. Masscy conversation. It went something like this: "Gcod afternoon, Coacli." "Hi." "Got any news for me?' 1 "Nope." "Any new players reported?" "NO|1C." "Any one hurt?" "Nope." "Given them any new plays?" "Nope." "Have anything special? 1 ' "Nope." And the news gatherer scampered away to peck off his story. Huge reach E\hlliilrtt OGDEN, Utah (UP)-A peach, weighing one pound, and 12 Inches In circumference was recently exhibited here, ft was srown bv Tom McEntlrc in the Roy Utali, district. BT RK QB LH RH FB Cromer Chiscnhall Segrnvcs Oldham llendrix Taylor Allen Scgraves is captain of the earn. interior l.oc.ilcd Lost Radium SPRINGFIELD, .Mass. (UP)—A peck ol radium, varied nt 54,000 arclessly discarded in a rubbtsl >arrel and carted away by cllj mploycs, was locatert through use f a special detector. . Urge number of the •te'.be K*l. They beueve they ' p 't<> h«ve a good team this 1 deiem.good support 8oiu("oi" lie outeUndtog teams In A Local Challenge Don't be surprised if some Ely thtvllle golfer doesn't sueak up o tha visiting .stars ill the Blythcvflt open .next week and slip throng with lop honors. Local-niblick tpssers have alsvay been unusually effective In bestin foreign opposition over the layoi ' tide p*ctfc*) |rt paying the Chicks,[here True, the open event v,1 I tjiy potettet ". _ Iftnd Blvthevllle amateurs l~ ,-•--"• Give Us Ynur Order for COAL now while delivery cost Is icw-esl. We handle Hed Ash, Monta vallo, Ark. Smokeless, New Rive Manchester, Zciglcr, Kentucky an Dedusted Buckwheat, for stokers GAY & BILLINGS l^hune 76 ft l';islnr Tailnr Od Week Days ORLEANS, Mass. 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