The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1934 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
Page 7
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>AY r OCTOBER 4/.1934."V"~ ' Spiked Punch Iri Rose Bowl BL-YTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS By faenz ely (Jo.uOU marrliiBC ceremonies me i-pnductcd 111 New V'ork city iiiinually. CIRCLED SI^NFbKO'S R'l6Hf END IN T& .pose BcW.U I FOR pc>' AROUND THE WORLD., : ,.,; OP UONS O'PEJte ANOTHER . BIG S6ASOM IN ' VALE BOWu ,.: Professor UUls.' und his team that we did, iind you couldn't blame Diem, Tliey didn't know, us' wo did, lluit Professor LIlUo would not 1 liuvo acci'pied (he iisslBiiinoiil had lie not believed Hie boys froiu llroadway hud a elinnce. i While Prolrssor LUde was Brent-, ly |>le»«c<l wlieir (lie iiiuil whlsttn fuiiiul Hie srorc Culmnblii 7, Gtan T /ord 0, IIP wasn't us .surprised us (lie world In senorjU. He knew i liiti he liiid and how (o use It. Virginia Military Institute, Navy, J'enn Sl:ilo, Coiju>!l, Urowii. I'emi- sUvanla, and Syracuse follow Yale on CnluiiiWii's schedule. And don't be imrprlscd l[ Pro- varr lJ(lle's |i|(le team ngniii goso lo Pasadena. They'll like to sce ; I'e Cohmibluiis iiBiiln out (here, and Professor Little Is an accom- iiiuilnllng chap iriicn lie has what It tiikcs lo knock nff cocksure up- riifllion. Only iic.vl time (lie 'Cnl-' loinians won't be (iiillc so coek- illl'C, • PAGE Four Answer When Coach, Holler* ''Red!" When Couch Cam<;y Uusllc, tjul man of tlio Ohlek'nsiiw tribe, ils a cluivactodstlo •"Gome on, <'<M" there rive four members "i tha chicks who cim respond lo Mils command. 'Hicy ure: j. w. Puvllo. ecu- Iw; Ills mKlersUidy. itobcvi ntix- lor; Iletiry uinsford, guard; mid Ray Larkln. lucklc. '1'6 oltsct this the U'lbiil chip! calls only Lnnsford "Red." Tiio "liters lie addresses by Ihclr sur- |ium?s. wlieu Hip pliio Supremo Oourl refused,'to adj'ijlt for, review a suit brought by Miss 'Slovcrdliig mjiiliisl Trooi) "A" Hiding Academy hero in TOO, ' '•'*- - *•• • : . Slic chsi'gijrt she \vns Rlvcu 1111 HWiUy liorscMo i-ldo, dctpUir licr slulcmciU lo (in nlteitrtniil, iVml slio was' Inoxpoi-lortccd nml wunltxl n slow iind. jcnlle.moiml Girl Loses Court Fight In Riding Damage Suit CLEVELAND «J1')~A four-year bnlUc hy Mls s Helen u. Stevcntlng' lo collect tliunngcs (01- injuries siit- .fercd when she' was thrown Xrom a Iiovsc In 1028 ended In dlsnppolnl- nj'Vfird University i . Enrollment Down CAMURiOCiE, Mass. (Ul')-'l'lieie me ictj tovcr,students cn'mllad In Huryurd University. • llils your limn during iho nciidcmlc year 1033-31 but, Uie cHvoilmwl, \n Hnrvnnl Ooi- lege lioii jiimiicd fr«iti 3,420 lo 'jftu —n sain ot 03. • 'rile niilveislsy' enrollmcnl is 7,301 As compared to. 1/107. ' Thq unln In' Uie! college inivoll- inent' Is ntli'lUiileil lurgely lo.llie Increased • 'fi-c.ilinmn registration, 1,031 • lihrlng, mntvloiilnlcd nt Hie owning ot the new college yenr. TH t WISE 010 oWl ...... V £,io llSE ESSOIENE AND"V YOU WILL'B£ "I I'ond, New Yale Mentor, Has Tough Opposition For first Game Bi' HARRV-.tJKAi'ljON Sports LiliCor NCA Service NET>V YORK, Oct. 2. — Ducky Pond; nt • Vale, hasn't, -exactly a roller coaster ride in his bow as a ifiajoi"-coaclt on -.Oct. 6.: All'Old-'SliT&as^lincd'up for its new mentor is Prof. Loti Little ami tire .. little Columbia __ Lion . .wHicli BceS^suct\-.a. lotiff wajy^V vi "-•--. Prof. Little has constructed his 1934. .machine around a half dozen , heroes of the Rose Bowl battle / with Stanford last New Years' Day. .•' ' ' There's Al Barabas, 'the fleet •' Imjfbfick wti . otaJfc the bail from Ca'pfain' Cl'iff Montgomery on a sprpfler aiid sprinted around tire CaMsniias' right end for the totlcndown that' was heard oroujiti the "football world.' ' There's Ed Bromtnsk'i. \i,lio when Stanford was inches from the Columbia goal line, 'waved 'back eager cameramen with. "You needn't get up , any closer, Tiiey."'arch't coming any farther!" : There's Bill Nevel, the blocking fullback; Joe Richavich, the squatty, (apkie who sacrificed -an entire year "of the sport he loves to play FR,OM ENGINE TROUBIE EVER'FREE/" '.",/ SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE m Pasadena, after'being ineligible |In Blue all (all; Paul Jackel. Ills ruiining male; Al Ciampa, Hie cculcr who lapklcd Bobby. .Qrayson so savage.-. 'f lhat lie broke -two of the-'Card- iral fullback's-ribs; and Joe Per- I'ara, co-captain and tackle who was kciJt out of the coast game by scholastic difficulties after a"bril- Hant Eeason. .' ' • * * Sniallpr Than Ever Two unexpected losses gave Columbia fiiiile a setback. Lawrence Pinckney, regular guard of a year ago, has-a govcnimcjil position in .Washington and will ' study law evenings. ='Sam Maroon, a "substitute In 1933 and considered a probable., first-string -.guard, iliis trij). will IK kc'pb on 'the sidelines all Eeason by a fractured elbow Incurred in an automobile accident. Columbia's squad is as small and lighter than ever, this autumn. It numbered only 40 when the,. boys uiglit juniors, and IV sophomores but .Professor LiHIe consider himself fortumilc if lie takes 20 first-class players into the" Yale Bowl. But l-hc nucleus is Ihcic, ann Professor Little and Ills co'mpclcr.t assistants, Herb Kopf, Sam Corda- vauo, George McCabo, and Ralpli Furcy, can lie depended upon lo turn out a highly efficient team. They do a splendid job or tutoring. I'll never forget the expressions' on the faces of football men and critics at stopovers made by the tiny band of Columbians en route to tlie Rose Bowl. You'd sec them slinke their heads iind hear them whisper, "What those eiant Redwoods of Stanford will do lo this scraggly outfit." : Knew What 'He Had They didn't PROPERTY OWNERS When the garage door drags And the pergola sags, And the'back steps are aflop; The down .spout leajks And the floors all creak, And the sweet peas need a prop; Wheaii'lifjtle paper and paint Would make a room look new, And you'. wonder how' in the. world You can. get it all. attended to; Phone 100 And. we'll send a man ' to' figure it . up and. give you the cost. iKEEPYOUR HOME IN GOOD REPAIR, Check This List Bee If your hujuc needs ' of Micsc repair or improvements More closet .space. lloors Garage New walks or driveways IVeiv floors over old * Roofing Taint 'Screens orscrecu Uoois Ilcppir or recover siiio walls . New f roil (' entrance ,"* \Vindo\rs or frames New Iriin I'arlitions Enclose' portli' : LUMBER - t'OO E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. * t>i Y THE ifliLg ' "*" P H O N E 10 O We Do The Res-i: Aff/fANSAS: CaruthersvUle> Missouri and American Legion District Fair Thursday, October BIG PARADE WEE LARGE BANDS Featuring (lie MUlh Infantry Band of Chaffec, Mo., under (lie direction (if Lieut. Ostar T. Honey; the Hayli Municipal kind, and the Caruthcrsvillc American. Legion Band. COUNTY NATIONAL GUARD UMTS CIVIC CRGANIZATIONS CO-UNTY SCHOOL CHILDREN Perade Begins 1O:3O a. m. FROM THE i'RISCO PARK AND GOES OUT WARD AVIi TO THB f New Shoe Factory COL. G. W. PHIPPS, Marshal of Parade PUBLIC INSPECTION tiARUTHERSVILLE'S NIEWEST INDUSTRY SUB 'I'lili ,SHQK FACTORY, IN.ACTUAL.OI'BUATrQN!! ADDKBSS: OK WELCOME BY H(ED. D, PINION Mayor of Ciirufhcrsvilli.', Missouri. I'HESUNTATION 01' »yiU)Iiy<i AND GROUNDS UV MR> JAS..S. WAHL Cliniriniiii of the Shim .luictury • Coinuullee.. . ADDHKSS OF ACCEPTANCE I5Y MR. E. R. MCCARTHY Vicc-l'nisirtcnl of ISrown Shoe Co., St. Loiiis, Mp, Prizes for Best Community Float SS3S First; $25 - Secpn<yi5 - Third, $10 Prizes for Best Individual Float - First, $15 - Second, $10 - Third, $5 * Special Afternoon Program at American Legion District Fair Program Begins at 1:30 p. m. - Band Concert - Running & Harness Racing FREE GRAND STAND ACTS Special Brown Shoe Factory Derby Ni0ht tligiil HorseandPon y Show ' FreeGrand stand Acts - SoVsUberty Siows tha 106 Make Plans To Attend This Gala Celebration HAPPY t)AYS ARE HERE AGAIN

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