The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 29, 1934
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIEH NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29., Chickasaws Defeat Seminoles In Rain, 39 to 0 . DE5P TE MEN OF PENN SAY SKY'S THE LIMIT Chicks Run Riol Early; Osceola Fails lo First Down HKO Rain, and plenty of it, failed to prevent Uie coniln;; u»l iwvly of the 1934 Clilckusaws from being a success In-it night nllhnugh it did dampen to sonic- extent tlie enthusiasm of n good crowd nnd apparently restricted \vlv.\l would have been a record opening nsimi.' attendance. As It wns Hie Chicks nnd their playmates, (he Seminoles from Osceola.. slipped, slid, waded anil swam through n performance that fount! Carney Ijasllc's Maroon ami White shifted team on the big end 01 n 39 to 0 score when the welcome final gun Founded. A surprisingly large number ol Inns l>rav<d the downpour that started soon after the opening whistle to remain on the sidelines throughout tin; ijnmc. The weather man seemed to be n very active plnycr last nisht, going Into ncllon rliorlly after the grldders took the field, obligingly retiring to the bench between halves nnd gel tin; back Into the fray soon after the second hair opened. Before . lime he liail matte certain a slippery atfalr by loosing enough wn- ter lo dampen the nidor of nn> but ilycd-ln-wool fans. While both Coach Lasllc of tht Chicks and Conch Jim Pickren ot (lie Scmlnotcs would imfiuestton- aVily have preferred a dry flclt there is no doubt but that the fooling the teams did have lo play on favored the heavier Chlckasawi, no little. No Oscrola First Down 1 The ChicXnsaws ran tip a total of eislil first downs, small considering the size, of the score, while the Semliiolcvs failed to register a single first down and were not close to one more than once. Tlic Chickasaws did most of their scoring ill the opening quarter, garnering lour of their six touchdowns in n period thnt seemed unusually long because other quarters were shortened. They added another in the second and accounted for their final marker In the third period, After handling 10 LET TIGEBITTim iDelroil Slar Says Giants Attaclj Is Centered Ir Three Milters In This Corner BY ART KRENZ Star Second llasemuti, Dclroil TiSers DETKOrr, Sept. 29.—The Giants punch Is centered In three lilt- .ors, Moore, Terry, nnd Oil. The Tigers' attack , is spread from otio end of tlie uniting order lo the other. Hill llogcll and .fete l-'ox are the only Detroit regulars below ,300, find HoRell Is liming ,207 and tlio milfieldci 1 from Hvnnsville .27B, which is n teller mark limn sported by any member of Che New York club except the three 1 mentioned mid Travis Jackson. The! Kilter also Is liltllng .218. '. Hank Cirfcnljerg, Mickey Coclf- rane, and myself matcli Moore, TcM-ry,' ! mid Oil in the averages. Then we have Owen, White, Gaslin and KoKcll uiitliiLUng Lelbcr, Critz, Mniicii™ and Ryan from 4H lo tt2 points. Ltftvlng Uie figures oul of it en- tlrcly, the point is tliat tlie Detroit, pitchers can stop the New York attack by halting three bal| ters. On the other hand, if the j Giant hiivlers stop our three they have five touah babies 4 James Dradfiml of Anlnmro. l';i,. (ieorgi! Kurt u! Howiiinglim. I'a.: Jnlni .\eitl of (lei manunv I'a.; and Kdwant Stwle. .Ir i>f I'liUuilplpliia. loft In rl^lit, are ii|i in llio air over (heir uslicri In the loodiall acnson at Hie Uiiiveisily »f l'einisylv»nl«'» tramiiiK tield ii> .Mlul-iinlv Hills, I'a. Tiplon recovered for Hlythevillc ou O.sceoln's 25-yard line. One play neltcd five yards and the Imril- nmviing Snllba took off on u '20 yard jaunt for the third touch- c)o\vn. Ills try for point was uood. The Same Story It was the same story again a poor kick or a fumble—Umt opened the opportunity for Ihe fourth tho 'slippery pigskin in sure-finger- Chick touchdown. The best Oscc- cd style through the first half llic'ola could do was to bodl (he ball Chicks developed a form of "turn- i from Its own 25 to 2fl yard line blitis" iii the second half that up- before it bounced out of bounds Eel more than one drive. j on the first punt after the kick- It was a Chick funiKo rant- E"vc '. A 15-ynnl penally, the second the Seininoles their, only scoring; chance. Once faced with the pos-1 tlbility of an Osceola touchdown the locals turned the visitors buck in effective fashion. Mosley's fumble on the Chicks' nine yard line . while attempting to kick was recovered by an Osceola plnycr lo give (lie Seminoles I heir only scoring chance. It faded when the ssme Mosley knocked down n desv- cv; Uc pass ou fourth down near the Chicks' joal line. Oasli in On lircaks It was a swift moving parade tli'pt .Laslie's laddies put on in the opening' minrlcr. Still looting spick ntijl span In their new uniforms lilt Chicks flashed over four touchdowns in such rapid succession that some, .sideline critics began to compare the untried team favorably with great IVuuooii am Wliite teams of years back. Fumbles, nnd poor kicks gave :thi Chicks the quick-scoring opporlun Hies tticy caslicd in on. Osceola kicked off, the ball be Ing returned lo Blylheville's yard line. Locke gathered 9 yard in one try and Saliba sma.shc tlirousli for a first down on lily tbevillc's 40. Mosley slipped o left tackle and sprinted tlirous the Osceob secondary, apparent' headed for a touchdown. Sam E< ringlou, s\vlfl Osceola lackl overlook the flying. Chic}: and hau cd him down on Osrcoln's 11-yar line. Penalties upset Use Chick ad vance but the locals pushed forward to the Osceola one-fool line before the Seininoles took the ball on downs. The danger was ovnr by any means thou?h. Taylor booted Hie wet ball oul lo Hie six yard line, where it ,wcnt out of bounds. IjMke crashed across for the first Jessed against the Chicks, look- llkc it would slow up thc locals it it dulu'l. They roared to n •si down on tlie Osceola 28 yard ic with Basil Locke doing most, the lugging. Wirnjiy Tlunis plck- aiuc SL'Iicduled for Ihe same day Tlie first game will be .played nljji is o'clock, being (Hntely by Ihe second The Red Sox eathc from behind lo defeat tlie Tigers in ihe first Bum? of thc Lules-Ti','er se- to Bet past, six. if Schoolboy Howe I is in Ihe game. Ilecau se of the lack of balance i tin? Giunt attack, I figure that om- pitchers have two chances in which to check it,—one, by Eilene-. its three big guns and n second by choking the weak hitters. '^ H the weak hitters arc stopped,'" 1 ' the Giants' scoring chances will be reduced by reason of the fact thnt there will be nobody on base when their heavy hitters cotne to bat. Detroit (,'hjb Much Faster Our club should get more from its hits than Ihe (Mauls because faster. The stolen base rec- '"urn-'- joids prore that. We've stolen near. rier, Inst Sunday, lo U. The score \vas Each Team Has Two More Games; Dizzy Hurls Sluitout. Dean The'Sl. Louis Cardinals marched from nowhere right Into a tic willi Uie New York Giants for I up sonic yardaue and then the!"" 1 l" nce ln thc National league si .stepping Locke went over the oal line 111 a couple of efforts, he try was bad. A lon^ liool by Craig, from Bly- levllle's 38 to O.sceola's f! yard lie, pul the Semlnales in a bad ole but Taylor got il snfely out coffin corner lo Ihe Osccoln 31 aid line. There the Chicks' ouclidowu drive started clicking i;aiu. Locke made it n first down u Osecola's 20 yard line and lurns almost hart n first down vhen the nunrter ended. A moment laler Locke did make t a first down on Osccoln's five . Hue. Burns went over staud- ng • up on [he ncNt play for Ihe iflh touchdown. The try for point railed. There was no more scoring jcfovc the half-way Run. (lie ball being ou Osccoln's 10 yard Hue when (he half ended. Chicks Calcli "Kumhililis" Fumbles smothered Uie Chicks' with two games lo go, yesterday. I'he Cardinals, as they have £0 freriucully during Ihe campaign, die 1 , mosl of their last minute marching In Hie wake of Diray bean's fust ball, winning over the Cln- cluuaii Keds yesterday 4 to 0 lo put the New -York Giants right ou lop of thc spot, in the National league title chase, suddenly tinned into' a desperate round bout because the Cardinals refused lo Inkc Hie count. Di?7.y Hashed his Sunday ball nl thc Hells on Friday and liiey fell cy llic wayside. 4 lo 0. Diz/.y kept them away from Ihe scoring plate as if he was afraid, Ills team males might not be" able to handle <i mean situation and struck oul seven of Hie Ucdlces. Frey was Ihe lasiug, pitcher. Tbe Ciniits. Idle for two,clays while they watched thc Cardinals move Into, a lie for llic league spark mosl of Ihe third j lead, were lo play the first of their ] ' lust ty-'o games today willi tlirir old . arcli-cnenites, the Urooklyn Dodgers, as their opponent!;. nunrter. Finally the locals (lot un- dorwny, opening n drive ou their own M yard line- with Locke ami Mosley (tolni; iuoU of Hie. carrying. Mosley capped It with a 33 yard sprint, for the name's final touchdown. The try for noint, a place kick, was good. There was no rcivhii; llw tcsl I of l!ir way. Ihe Chicks passing up i a couple o[ chances on fumbles. The Seminoles \vero doing betler Ihe Chick drive lagged but couldn't put tliciv meager s'.nins from scrimmage to<:o!hcr in four Football Results High School Little Rock 21, Husscllville 0. Searcy G, North Little liock 0. Dcrmoit 20, Portland 0. Little Rock Junior College 0, Arkansas State Teachers 0 Hie). Catholic High G, Carlisle 0. Hoi Springs 25, Prcscotl 0. Hope M, Camdcn 0. Southwestern • ' Freshmen ' ^39, Jouesboro Baptists Q. Corning 18. Arkansas Slate Hijjh f Jonesboro) 0. Niirphlcl 7. Stcpiicns 0. Budora 0, Oak Grove, La., 0 (tic). Tiumann 0, Poi'agould 0 (lie). Pecahontas 30, Hoxie 0. Nashville 37. Dicrks 0. Wnrivn 2. Monticcllo 0. McGehcc 50, Lake Providence, I La., 0. . ! HI Dorado 0. Homer, La., 0 (lie). De Queen 2G. Irtnbel. Okla., 7. Helena G, Clarendon 0. DC Witt 20, Mnvvcll 0. Springd.ile 2i>, Walls, Okla., 0. Newport 19,. Tuckermail 0. Stntlsnrl 7, West Helena 0. Cotton Valley. La., 7, Stamps 7, (tic). Von nuren .12, Charleston n. Harrison 22, Dcnlonvllle G. Gh'nwood 12, C'onway 0. Cnbol 0. Atkins 0 (tic). Heivvville 12. lluntsville 0. Purls 45. Mansncld 0. Piijl!otl 0, Kemvett. Mo.. 0 (lie), lieiiton 41, Heebe 0. Giants. The last figures were to 13. You can't laugh off wide a difference as tliat. Despite the fact that OU and Moore have two of the finest throwing arms in (he league, I still look for our club to take that cx- Irn base ou every opportunity. Check back over ihe players who thrown out trying for the ex- FRANCIS WNNE.SOTA'5 CAPfAIN . SEE/AS HEADED TOR ALL-AMERICA Ho\!OR>. IN 1933, TfAIS "TRIPLE TT-IREAT OUT&MNEp -Trie COMBINED EACKFlELDS OF Al-U EISHT. OPPONENTS CF THE 6O(-i VPS. AGAINST 639.,. LUND OUT OF THE GAM& Ill the first (mme of the Number Eight Team to series, played with Deerin Play Deering Sunday Courier News \7nnt Ads STEELE, Mo.—Thd Number Eight The away one run at a time for most of llieir scoring. Thai's because i their ntfnck bogs down after' the | fourth hitter, OU. Our attack point in the can stall ab -tiny'team on the Number Eight 'd batting order.; A nionci Suiulny. afternoon at 3 pitcher cnn't afford to let-up when clock in the second game of the facing any of the Detroit players, series of Pcmiscot ball clubs to de- world scries ' has' tcrmine the winner in the county trn base and you will note that been, won by''the club with \ the' league. most of them are stow men, who should never have attempted. Inking an extra base in the first iilacc. None of our players nrc 'sucker runners." When Ihey try for an estrii, it's a pretty good bet Hint they'll make It. Thc Giants have hit more home runs than us, bill, that can be charged off lo llic Polo Grounds fences. If we played 77 home games Iherc. the Tiger home run total would be astonishing. Grccn- licrtj would make the upper left field tier a dangerous place which to sit. Tigirr.s Score in Clusters Grecnbcrg may be Ihe batting star of the series. I never saw a plnycr come through with as many timely home runs as Hank did in our last home stand. A long hit- ler like the Bronx boy can undo five innings of good pitching with one blow. The records show that we have more big innings than any major then the .Tigers arc "in", rightnow. The Barger brothers will be [ pitcher mid catcher HOTEL NOBLE ''• Is Now Agent For American Airlines, Inc. Call 835 For Information and Reservations t) IT ~t \ Saturday - Sunday 1 • j , . . - ^^^ v SEPTEMKER 2<>lh AND 30 1 Last Time Today j Matinee & Night —Continuous Showing 1 Vaudeville After Each and Every Show \ Night— lOc Bob siceic '25c ball 1 The Cardinals play Ihe Reds Iwo off move'games. I'hone 177 Al Night—Sunday— Anytime KOT Qliick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. 'A Demon for Trouble' Cartoon anil Scri;tl Kin Tin Tin, Jr., in "Wolf 'Dot;" Sunday • Monday .MAT. nnd Nitfs-IOc - 2f><- Dlytheville- touchdown and Saliba converted the try for extra point on a place Wnk. Ami What a WctliiiR Osceola elected to mil back a kick off that crossed Us goal line nnrl Dick Tiplon, who played n fine defensive RHUIC all night, smeared the ball carrier on Ihe Osceola 9 yard line. Harris, an unexpected starter In the Chick lineup because of tlie late arrival of Walker, assigned n tackle post recovered an Osceola fumble 01 Osccola's G yard line. Snliba took it over tlie goal line In two tries for the second Chick touchdown :Tho try failed. . The crowd, not to mention play- era fand newspapermen and officials) \vas gelling a good wetting by this tlTi" toil the Chicks were still In a scoring mood, Over> anxious, Osceola was penalized 5 yards on. a kick-off for illegal re- cell Ing formation but had the ball on'.lts own 27-yhrd line when the next attempt *ns good. A Scm- jnolii b»ck promptly /iimbM nnd downs. They (lid c'nsinrcr n suc-l|3ucS Even DlXlC ScVlCS By ccssful )i^ss with the slippery bnll j but, only for n sliorl gain. Thc tumble recovered inside t\ic Clilck I yarrt Jiuo n-ivc OscroV.1 f;uis re- icsvccl liopc but the Clucks were hoving Ihciu slctnlily back \vlien a iual pnss \va.s knocked down. Starling nuc.-nns: Blytliei-illc lilnckwcll ... Rayder Llndsey PuvHc" Lunsford ... Harris Tipton Mosley (C) Craig Locke Enltba Referee, Pos. .. I,K . ... LT . .. LG .... C .. RG .. HT ... RE ... QB Osceola Taking Second Score 8 lo 1 Game Tlie Galveslon Flues evened tlie Dixie series when they dcfcalecl Uie New Orleans rclienns 8 lo 1 In the second game yesterday at N. Ayrcs Clalvestou. Edringlou Tin Texas league champions won ' Unison i with Walkup. former Soulliern As- 1 .. Dotlgors! r.ociallo n)iUeher, lioldtng thc I'ell- .. U. Ayresleans to foil rhits. The Dues seorod ... Crnmcr four rutv; in the second Inning Chisenlmll! n/l four in the eighth. Segraves (C) HB Olsfliam 5IB Young — FB Taylor Merlwethor: umpire. Whlln'orth: licadliiiesman, Potter; field iwdees, Holland nud Segraves. Kead Courier News Want Ads, \ius Ihe losing piteher of Southern league chaiuus. Two Games Scheduled At Sand Ridge Sunday The IMythevlUe Tigers and Lutes Red Sox will clash "in the second game of three game series nt Sandy Uldge park Sunday nfternoou with the winner of Uie game lo plhv Hrtita Oily. Mo i in a seeond Notice to Holders of COTTON OPTION CERTIFICATES i am willing lo buy from Producers their Participation Trust Certificates in Ihe 1SKW Cotttin Producers Pool al twenty points off December New York Futures and pay cash for tbc- difference between this purchase price and thc, liens as;ainsl the certificates for advances heretofore made and accrued charges. I reserve Ihp rijjhl to withdraw Ihis offer without notice. 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Alalinee 10 & 30e; Nile 15 & ,'iOe SUNDAY, SEPT. 30th .MATINEE AND N1TE—CONTINUOUS SHOWING All the above Artists in an entirely different Stage Show with Different Costumes ' and Settings ^ With thc Picture "LOVE TIME" With I'at Patterson, Nils Aslhcr, Herbert Mimdin and Harry Green SPECIAL PATHE NEWS REEL Exclusive Pictures of the "Dionnc Quintuplets" Comedy—"Them Thar Hills" With l.anrcl & Hardy PARAMOUNT NEWS 4 VAUDEVILLE AFTER EACH PICTURE PROGRAM. Admission:—Matinee and Night 15c and 40c

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