The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1930
Page 8
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PAGE SIX R. (AI'.Ki Bulldogs Defeated By BRUSHING UP SPORTS FIT JIKDff Chicks Held to One Touchdown in First Half; Papooses Gel Late Chance •' The Maroon and While clnd warriors of Blythcvlllc htph chalked up I heir, third victory within a week by defeating the Wilson Bnlkb-^ it Wilson Thursday afternoon, 20 lo 0. The Chickasaws played n rather listless game according to reports and the. Bulldogs furnished same rather unexpected opposition, CSIM- clailjr In tlie first half which ended with the score 7 to 0 In favor of Blylhevllle. J. T. Craig was (he most con- srItcnt ground gainer for I h r Chicks, allhougli Tom Short slipper loose' for considerable yardaij- n round the. ends and Pete Crair smashed across for n couple o< touchdowns. For Wilson Bcall anc Montgomery in the b.icklleld and Meadows In the line were outstanding. The sahtVy soil of -tl»e Wilson gridiron slowed down the backs of both-teams, and reduced broken field running to a minimum. Most of. the offensive play was concentrated on the line with the two forward walls battling on nbout even terms throughout the big part • of the contest. Pete Craig was outpunted by the Wilson .booter In probably his poorest punting exhibition o'f the season. Kicks on both sides hardly averaged 25 yards, however, the backs claiming that the sandy soil kept their feet slipping when they attempted to boot the pigskin. ' •The first half was closely con- tlested with neither team able (c show anything In the way of a sustained offense. Wilson carried the ball into Blythevllle territory move than once only to be repulsed before reaching scoring territory while the BIytheviUe offense bogged down frequently. around Wilson's 35-yard line. . . BIytheviUe counted Its firs' touchdown when J. T. Craig took the pigskin .around Wilson's 35- yard line and hitting the center of the-lUie.lugged the-ball: over for a touchdown oh about six straight plays. The-try for'point.-was converted. The -hail -ended with -|hf score 7 to "OT The superiority of the Hudsonmen was more clearly demonstrated in (he .second half. The Chicks scored two touchdowns and late in the fourth quarter Coach Hudson ran his reserves and Papooses into the came in squads, with the inldfet Papoose backfteld In action when the final whistle sounded. Very few passes were attempted with straight football the chief reliance of both aggregations. Line plays.carried the Chicks into scoria" territory on their two successful efforts In the last half with Fullback Craig smashing across the coal line. One extra point was converted on a dropklck by McAfee. . George Matthews, star center, returned to the squad and mrtici- pnfed In the game for Blytheville. Lint up PCS. LE LT LG C RG TORE QB HB HB FB t Blythevllle Gordon Colston Alexander Matthews Rayder (c) Jaggers Uickett J. Craig Slrort Westbrook P. Craig Officials — Referee. B u r n c t' (Jonesboro A. and M.I: umpire Jackson (Ouachltal; headlinesman Whitworth. Substitutions—Wilson, Thompson Hudson, Nichols, McAlexandcr ant 1 Norwood. Blytheville—Bone. Ray. dcr, Fisher,. Secoy, Brogdon. Tipton, Pride, Blanchard, Nelson McAfee, Burns. Webb, Brooks Wllsor fimitr- Master Frazier Davidsor Witrein' Meadows Ros« Gra" Montgomer Be-0 1 Perkliv. t.tP THE rbR. A LONG SPELL UNTii- HE REVERSES OF FIDEL KEP! PLUGGING, INTO WE BANTAM .AFTER DROPPING A CLOSE IHtFLDft $r^ CHODUUE MEN? AGO BARB& PLUGGED OM 76 REVERSE INCISION IN! THEIR SECOND FIGHT- AUS'JJERSAPIFFERENT GOM6- BMtAUMO'S ••CROWN- BV LlJ'n'f<'r'^ C *H»°i, pl !, y !" lhc ' ba ^neld | Pieces, which makes It immcesmry UJ .Lilian,I ,afUr Hank nnider sustained his; to wear pads under the k-r«ev The J ^gulur Injury. Berghem, made, uniform l s old-fashlonedb.a Matlie Purple people almost forge; ; or Cavanaugh. the coac'i I'kes It ilbom Drudcr - 1: "*a»<*' it mates a runner more elusive. Still another rcas-.n why And Junn.ii,,; Jue ^,T n'f ^ cc ^ ra \ »> football ;wK-SirEM'JS - -"^'X"sr j chance In a football game, J.ic j ' ' .1 Ixud of Lead Aib'.j Bocth is a Brand liitls Ruy, but right ocside him In that Vale - - - - . --,— , —.^v. Ijackfield is another ]ad v,'h'- has was Blvon a reserved seat on the plenty cr what it takes to'make, noncn with stopover privileges after' football players too His immn '-I ""».. He didn't bob up again until! Tommy Taylor-'and'he plays with' ,^;,TSS.S.,! P " c " 1 J!*?'"? 1 » ^ <*. ««d U. his body" Tom-l All-Aingp Hopes . | fumbled the ball giving Georgia jTci-li a chance to .score the pilnts I that defeated Notre Dame In 1U28 Galloping Jo:, "the people's choira" " ealcd tlmt he belonged among the This year, Ills last, he has • been one of the best line plungers In the country. | Sometimes [lie chap on the ; bench would shine, too. if lie were • rjivcu the chance. - "' y '™ 5 mlstakcn f ' r ' Kciiorlrr's Notebook Here are somo random roflec- on a hunting trip in its Canadian i u'ocds north of Luke Superior last' summer. He runs like a bullet, and no wonder! Mauler Minding Sometimes when you see a halfback Lent into tlv- finnc and behold, him scurrying f-.r a toucu- • •v.^ .i, L nuui,-- ijuiuum reilec- down on the next play, you may linns,! by looking throuijh ' to inclined to credit tile coach for a j]'.rrt:cck Hint is nearly full: n bit of master minding. But pcr- Ali. Tlu'rr, Strili! | haps the coaeli really only tcld the' YoiinK siribllng. .the Georgia ' .vonng man l-.-n.S ilie qiiartertsi:!: heavyweight, is enacting Shake- if h - wasn't getting a little tired. , sronran roles down in Maeon. ire II occurs dial way, every now and ! lias dene that before. Haven't you '. ncn seen him n.-, Charles, the wrestler? 1 Easy Pickings! bij William Bmuchep Stars on the Ucnch cd ahead of Smith. A university One of the scrubs on the Colgate publicity man In the press box was quae! Jast was n big strong nskctl !o Identify Smith, ric didn't ad named Len ilacalnso. He had even know there was a Smith on o battle with two other fullbacks (lie squad, o get into n gnme. This year his amc bobs up as the country's eading point-scorer. You cnu't tell ow good a fullback is by the way e sits on the bench'. Are there others like Macaliiso? olenllal stars, frittering away neir time on the bench because he grand chnncc never comes? • • » ,Who Is Dick Smith? The other' day, the boys in the ress box t& the Ohio State-Wls- onsln game were not n litlle sur- >rlsed when the name of the Ohio Bui It was Dick Smith who play- IIis na ert center that day, and to judge I yenr : by the way the ah was filled wllii llol(l in "S 1 ' 1 regard. 'tin- Culi I'rolHs ] j The net profits on the year's IIwsofcill business of the Ciiicago Cubs was (he largest in history I How is it Hint UK snorts writer- ' i ilidn'i think of siigsestlng charity ' unnips nlons toward the end of tlv 1 r.y lengue SCIIEOII? Drar Old irc.-jiirt If I were n football player • nt ; Il'haii College, wlieve exactly no | points have been scored this sea. «>n. aualm-t, several hundred scored by the op|»n?nts, I would make uery effort during the rest of the Ecnson to keep old slate clean. AliMit \Vagerinj Your corr.-'spondent managed to l:reak even on a recent Saturday's fonlbal] wagers- He risked two! pieces of chalk- on the chances of I'ltt (o beat Carncg!.? Tech. Pitt to'j Carnegie Tech t to 0. He could do. No\v Kipke Is sorry thai . . . more games weren't scheduled lor ... ,,. , „, ,. this season, so he eould watch *"<"""»'» Clothes Newman play. They are calling him - O:1 ? °f t .' lr> reasons why Ford- "nnother Priedmaii." . . , ham is so successful in football is - ... The Navy had somewhat the ' thci unir ° rm worn by tte i^rdham Bull her strings Is Marjorie Lam- same experience with a halfback |1 ' nvcrs - ' rt1G Jerseys are stuffed >tln, above, who left her home in ! Who is HUlOIl' r thp Sfflr 1 ; (hi •' ' ' 11 ^^ c a tlEflltlV-lacpri Onp-niofp' Clark.Sfl^ln. ATi«;£: unh Innfr .nrn fr Dixlo li=llo who knows how to • , . - IIis 11:imo is Ix "' Kirn, but last roll, tightly-laced one-piece' Olarksdale, Miss., not long aR" tc which tackling hands! win success in N T e\\' York and Paris bodies. Smith will play again and again. Onu of his hobbies happens to be wading across prostrate forms, a trait that you can't overlook In football players. Dick- Smith, only 10, had been held back because of his tender oge..Nuw the coaches at Ohio are convinced that though his years may be tender hs habits are rou«h For It was Dick Smith's line pfay that helped Ohio to ho:d the Bad- hK mnio ,••« s!idc frcm .tacaiu-c there is no His name v,as slnok to . gral) Tne top ^ „ VMt _ enter was given to thc-m as Ulck I ---.--- .- ..-.„ ,,. t ^.m- imlth. Two other centers, Etircns-' Bers scorelc.vs, which was regarded ergcr and Nnsman, had been rut- ' us a bit of :in upsit. . connected with . trousers by i fjn ntnuLi MMi'll lliu LLUU3UIO UJr Last year miss Berghcrm got 'a' elnctic. Tlie vest has shoulder GREAT FEEDS for MILK COWS T il KRE'S nothing like Quaker Sug- nrc<l Schumachcnis nn sill-nround, all-puriiosc cnrbohyclralo frrd. Contains iiiolaescsimlrj-form. Cows relisli it.Combines idcalI)-ivithQiiiikcr(2flfo) Dairy Ration, or oilier coiu-cntrntcs. Quaker Sugared Schumacher r l lie roinplcto carbohydrate food; ocn- iiomica!; easy lo use; for all cows, and for young slock, dry slock, bulls, Jiorscs, sheep and swiiic. Quaker [*O%] Dairy Ration A scientific blend of protein concentrates in most efficient and CTDIHIIU- ical form. Combines ideally with Quaker Sugared Schumacher. Let us give you complete information about, these two feeds for maintaining maximum production at minimum feed cost." Browne & Billings Co., Inc. lilylhcville, Ark. l>f scumming aesro spirituals on her trusty li.injo. .Sho is a graclu ate of Xcivrnml) Cnllegc, ,o£ Tulani , , University, New Orleans. ONE OF THESE HOUSES IS FOR RENT ~- »PT <MJAKER]?EEI^"lir STRIPED SACKS: "but which one— You can line! out in a variety of ways Make a house-to-house canvass. "And come home to-night weary, footsore and unsatisfied. Con- I suit a real estate broker. Anil be forcer! to depend on just ONE listing. Or ... and how ridiculously simple . . , consult the "For Rent Ads" of the Courier News Want Ad Pages where you'll find AL1, (he listings of good houses. Homes, like dozens of other commodities, are best bought and sold through the Want Ad columns of the Courier News. When you buy through the Want Ads, you have an unparalleled opportunity to "shop 1 ' for values, to check one "buy" against another. And when yoti sell ihroiiKh Courier News Classified Advertising you arc finding !t preferred market for your product or service at negligible cost. Voit'H Find the /Insider Jn th Courir News CLASSIFIED SATURDAY Chevrolet trill present <* Six that tcill command interest for these important reasons BIGGER BETTER

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