The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 25, 1934
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWa ----- - - ' - _ ; __ .. J \ ------ / w V it ii_Jik ilUj IT k> W-* M g ' pg-i ~T "*"" - - ' . . - : - : - — - - _ TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 25 Pro-Amateur Team Play Starts Open Tournameni nilCCT rnn PHI n i " ir ~l - — - ~~ — --- " _ -——*____ _ _ _L_^^^ •»***»**%^AJH Today*sMarkets Best Ball Contest rece 72 Hole Tesl; Stars Here. es any With HIP 72-ho!e Tilythevlllo, Open scheduled lo open here tomorrow, pios who will seek $500 plus in prizes ami amalcurs who will seek honors were to tee-off today In pro-amateur best ball competition preceding the ]>!» event Today's 18 holra of medal pluy will be a best ball event with n pro and amateur fanning each team in the play. The hest ball Play opens this afternoon 'at 1 I o'clock. - 1 The ntlwmcc guard of star professionals and amateurs arrived here ycsteulav and most of ihe vlsltois managed lo net In n prac- tlcc round 01 two over the lengthy "me hole coimtiy club layout. In addition to ibc imposing Sioup lint reached tiere yesterday still othei nrihals today Insured n fas^and Inir-e field for the most suspicious toiii-namjjt ever attempted by the local club. The louine\ is the first open cvciO with money j)ii?es ever held in flvl<i section or Ihe stnlc. "The covirsc is In perfect condition,' Hill Affllck of the chili's tournament committee said today aJtei the corise had been given its final glooming for the hip eicnt •' If practice- lounds participated In by some or yesterday's ein-ly ' arrivals mean anything, (lie tournament is coins to urnducc' the best golf evei played -here. Johnny Ciunnilng*, seiisntlonul Memphis Mai of Hie Colonial coimtiy club, \\lia was runner-up in the Maidsciabble invitation tournament nl Fort Smith, Ark., .closing Sunday, nrrlved here today and was Immediately established as one of the favorites .In the tournament here. ' Others arriving today included H Newton and I,. bort«m, pro* Springfield, Mo, Dud Knollie. sports company , representative Memphis L, D -Brady, shrine count.i club, Little Hock; nick Newkirk, pro, Greenwood, Miss O'Neal While.-Memphis; Rny Gam- nioii, pio, Memphis and A T Reed pmalcur, Memphis NEW YORK, Sept. 25 (U!>) Cotton closed bareJy steady. open high low close 12-14 i2(io van 1251 1200 KT1 1255 12(iB 1274 1200 1272 12VS 1280 1292 1275 IMG I2B1 1294 1278 1287 closed ciuiet at 1280, unchanged. open 102 1-8 %* Lose and Shove Them Across; Giants Idle. New Orleans Cotton The idle Detroit Tigers Clinched American the am possible chance to catch fade away, in the the St. I.ouls making a desperate overtake the New gained one hull while tbe Cllnnls were eidlc still remained two games xchluci the New Yorkers. Boston's Red Sox put tiic Yankees conclusively out of the picture when the ydcfcnlcd the'New Yorkers !i lo (I nt Mmu Vn,-\, y ,._ radiiig today but there, was to buying when larifc to .stop notices. open hifih low close 1253 12IH 124U 1258 1278 UGO 12(3-. 1284 1270 1278 1277 1280 1271 12B2 1281 I2JM 1278 ISffl 330-RDUNpEK £CHA\IPT SenLlnicnL seemed lo have Im other ,„„"»'"> Clticuf/o Wheat high low 104 3-4 102 close 01 a-4 Brogdon Is Ruled Ineligible; Loss Big Blow to Chickasaws US' .1. T. FKIKM) |tun| now Is a star nt the Unlvcr- Thc ahrady fiesiicrnlu Uackndd'slty of Tennessee The Chick «cn- . . - ".*» e^ 11 illuiilldn of the Clilcknsnn's bc-)crnlKflino had been came more acute yeslcrday wllhiOncli for n guard past ^^^^,^^^^^ '--^1 Almost J£&£' with already on they weic same with caids InniM in . their Mon- P Moore, cnrded a CD, lour Diiquoin, III fh e below for further high school football competition by the Arkansas Athletic Association. He grooming the wns tail-red an the grounds he has already playcil for that hi to l about Hrogdon came word Albert Ridings, hard work- candidate, would likely be lost —' - *" *• "-lusv I Jit I, OH t Vnni'1 r rounds of ths-nine hole par i ' course. Moore's card showei a ! oss Qf tlle s t al ot sevr,f, uirl vll ° twic1 ' vccci total ot sew*, birdies, otlu found the course to their liking \Villlr Cole. Talluiah, La., scored a 71 and othei low scorers were- James Poseity, st Jxitils 71- or- ville White Si, 73, am) Julius AckeiffTom, Little Tiock 72 Those nrrlMn. scits«lay-(n c liid- ed Andy Cusick, Jonesboro- Bob Morse, Hajlf, Mo; \m\ie, Pogcr- ty Shorty Oalmon, Oliver Slini) St Louis, Mo, Julius Ackcrbloom' Don Miirph), nibb Jfena, Slilton Hanmglon, Dutch Hanlson, 'and Tod Houck of I.itlle uock- Gene DIP Ftisctlcvllle, Ark.; Cole Tnl- lulah, Jack Wen/le- J. c. Fon- rlren, Waltel Sherwood, Gcorne Treadwsll, Bill Condon, of Memphis lhaljlo the squad for the remainder rom-jof tlie season. The plucky linesman Injured his neck In pracllcc during the first week but con- serlons Ciiicks :ivcil his "11", Is n tl'iuotl to coiue out. Friday had With "Peanuts" the only seven crmdldnlcs Deering Team Defeated By Number Eight, 9 to 2 -COOTETi, Mo.-The local learn known as the Number Eight Icnm defeated the fast Decring team In an Interesting gam? nt the l)c»r- ng boll park Sunday afternoon, Ihe game being ihe first of n The score was 9 to 3 Barger, Ntnnbsr 'Eight pHcher. hurled n steady e ame. nllowiin- but few men to reach llrst one hundred local fans attended the game. i Brazil, with on area of 3,116,358 Meet TVnight to Push Season Ticket Sale Fred S. <Hock> Sallba, clinlr- mnn of the Cill/ens Athletic Committee, who Is in charge of the season ticket campaign for the hlijh school, announces that lie would like to meet everyone who Is coiinccteil with the selling of the tickets at the City Hall tonight at 8 p.m. Further plans for the cum-" palgn are to be worked o\it, he raitl. for the Vail currying'positions? Of these Hershel Mosley, quarievback, and Basil I^ocke, linlfbnck, are the only Icttermcn left, Eddie Sallba, "Slick" Meredith. John "Wimpy" Burns and Mas Hutehlns are the others, none of whom has participated in varsity competition. To fill the gap It Is likely that Coach Laslle will use Onell Cralf. no-pound youngster," n product of last year's junior squad, In the, backfleld. Craig Is n nephew of 1 "Pcic" and J. T. "Pete" was nam- , etl on an All-American lilgh spangles of the Maroon and While, In ,the game against the Whirlwind's he received a severe blow on ihe injured spot and was forced lo relire from the fame. Doctors have advised that it kould lie dangerous for him to continue further In the sport. Oct Plenty of Work Taking no chances on the same Friday night with Osceola, Coach I.nslie put the Chlckusaws back to tin; grind yeslerduy. After the usual exercises and fundamental uctlvily he divided the Hues and pitied them against each other, (jiving nn equal amount of oirens- Ive and defensive work. Blocking and tackling the dummy for :!0 niluiifcs or moic rounded out the day's workout. Another hard day Is In store for the squad tomorrow, aftVr which they will begin lo taper olT for the game, with stress being placed on perfection of plays. The opening lineup will nol be announced until the day before the game, Conch Laslie ;ahl. school team while wearing tlie Head Courier News Want 'Ads. Defeat Vols in Final .Game of Series Witli Galehouse Hurling. The fcatcd New the Orleans Pelicans Nashville- Volunteers upward trend was rather scarce, but rumors were In circulation that the president's radio address on Thursday night would contain "something constructive." Opinion on the textile strike "settlement'' remained decidedly mixed. Some mills have not reopened, and others are re|K>rted lo have refused to re-employ strikers.. With the domestic goods market slow nud the foreign demand .even duller, the mills have none too good a market and do not seem inclined to take back their workers on the terms outlined and tie- manufacture goods which must be In the deciding .game of Hie playoff scries for'the Southern a.wocia- tlon title yesterday nt New Or- si leans and won the lent'ue chnn'i- plonshlp for the second straight year. Benny C.iilehouse, submarine ball hurler, limited Ihe Vols to two hits anil shut them out as the Pelicans won, 2 to 0, Stafford was on the losing end of the hurling ftual, being relhvM by Speecc after a pinch hitter had batted for him in the eighth Carson's homer In the sixth scored the first run but the Pelicans followed Immediately with the only oilier score of the game-on triple preceded by a walk. — ^v—VHW^i^^ Rivp Us Your' Order for, COAL now while delivery cost Is . the lowest, We handle Red Ash. Monta- vallo, Ark. Smokeless. New Hiver, Manchester. Zclgler, Kentucky and D«lusl«| Huclcwheat for stofcera GAY & BILLINGS I'hone 7G Strike leader Gorman was quoted today as saying sentiment in iuulhern mill centers; was strong The marriage age or girls is 15 and for boss 16, in England, China' - Japan and Turkey. I'hnn'e 777 At Nljght— Sunday— Anytime Fnr <)ulrit ami IVix-mUlile Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. Saturday and Siimlay, Sept. 29 & 3fl —ON. THE STACK IN PKUSON- 20-—-PKOPLK 20 LEE LE VERNE AND HIS WONDERFUL MUSICIANS with -' . 'PTLIGHT PERSONALITIES' EVERY ACT A FEATURE! r-M^?oll R J ARTFST A PERSONALITY! ENTIRELY DIFFERENT ACT EACH IUY! » • '. — "^^^^^^^^ Notice to Holders of COTTON OPTION CERTIFICATES I am willing lo buy from Producers their I'-tr- (icin;i1ion Trusf Certificates in lite 1!)M ('niton Producers Pool at twenty ixiints «ff Dercmber Aew York Ftjiiires and pay cash for tli L , difference lielwcen this wurchase nricc ami the hens the ccrlilicates for advances heretofore made and accrued charges. I reserve the right to withdraw this offer without notice. Matt Monaghan, Jr., Buyer For McFadden & Gates % Hale & Bowen, Osceola, Ark. Chicago Corn « - open high 16 3-4 79 ' tow 70 IM 70 3-4 Closing Stock Prices ^EW YOKK, Sept. 25 (UP) — The advance was resumed on the stock market today afier an into consolidate gains. Gift of Fish to Cop Lands Angler in Jail CLEVELAND lUPJ^-Never iinntl a pulrolmun a fish. With this admonition, Marlin Smilii, GO, trader In lish from suu- wbtin ftocky River was released und told lo t »o jjonie by Police Judge George S. Tonesy. Smith, fresh in town with a iicsh basket, of fish, started frail>Jj ing them./rhc trading \vas good, •°| where a fine, linn fish brought a -"I fine, linn drink. I H - t wiis. the last nsh that goi Smith' Into trouble. Assuming lint Patrolman Charles Jelinek liked flsh, Smith graciously flipped his' last one inside Patrolman Jcllnek's coat. •Smith silent the night In Jail. IN JUST 5 minutes you'll discover a LIFETIME of shoe satisfaction . VISIT OUR MEN'S SHOE SECTION., Tryonafairof NmmBush $7.50 $8.50 you spend five minutes to discover there's one shoe iq this world you'll a|. n-ays want to wear? , on a pair of Nujm-Bush Shoes. See aod feel ihe dif. ferciice Ankle-fashioning makes.' Then anri there, you'll know that Aukie- fashioning meansa lifetime of shoeJsiislaciiua for yom FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSl/KANCK DEFT. ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Matinee & Night-_lOc - 25ci>' as the fight} ing partnert; on a desert i chicken farml' 1 Slim SfiMMERVlUE R. D. Hughes & Co. ' fJv'eH's Roe) - - ! Come(Jy\"\ Ask for Magnolia Products at the following: E. B. WOODSON MAGNOLIA WHOLKSALE AGKNT Frisco Yard* - - Phone 41!) MAGNOLIA SERVICB STATION Ash Sc Broadway - - Fhone 315 MAGNOLIA SERVICB STATION Miln 4 Lilly - . rhone 198 •MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION Sixth & Chlckasawha - - Phone. 500 MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION Sualh Division St. - - Phone 544 Tuesday -Wei. "Of course, as a woman and an In- terior Decorator, I am not supposed to know a great deal about automo- biles. 1 hardly ever give my car a thought. There may be other good gasolines and oils, but I have had such wonderful success with Mobil- gas and Mobiloil that I never thint of using anything else." Mat. •2:30,.10-25c Nitu (i:-!S— 10-3»c Every day wise motori$ti are changing to MAGNOLIA STATIONS AND DEALERS V"-™.. rttiiis^r^ FAMES'XAGNEY'I O'BRIIN] I'arnmoiml News "'' /, Comedy—" 3 Chumps Ahead'

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