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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
Page 6
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) f; •JF KINETICS 1 HEMMED Enlargemnet of Physical | •• Education Program Also Planned at Local School A new director of athletics will lie named lor Ulythevllle high tchocl some lime early this spring J! was definitely announced loday following a meeting last night of members of Hie alumni-citizens committee, citizens school comlttee members and school officials The appointment of a TOW athletic director will also mean the enlargement of the physical educational program of the school i with the director to de-vote a con-' Mderable ponton of his lime to. this department. It has not ycti been definitely decided whether ihe I new alhldlc director will be an addition to the present faculty or' whether he will replace some oilier : member. | Five men have already applied for the position here and a number of other applications will probably be received before a definite •choice is made. . Definite announcement that a Vitw athletic director, wllh particular emphasis on his ability as a football coach, will be named follows reports of dissatisfaction ^^r^^'^ J """ K "' 17 °""" m fm °" mn * -'cliool. It is understood that fina^ choice of a new head coach will I)L' made by a committee composed of Crawford Greene, superintendent of schools, C. M unck r,f the school board. Dr. L. n. Moore •o- the citizens school committee •Clarence Wilson of the citizens athletic commlttec-s. and Fred Saliba of the alumni association. Sky-High to Win Ski Title Hook and Slides i ™URSDA^ = JANTJAR^_25,193 J B v'Kreuz "If: Jii-Jp! Help! - For the last three years llie' I United Stales Golf Aisoclailuri liiisj to en luhmg a beating in dip mat-; ter of money and now has decided .'•(methlng should lie done about It. | On the outer leaf of ii.s annual I executive committee repon is,! I printed, in red ink, what almost ' | amounts lo an appeal for alms II ""H'.S like this: | | "Three hundred and thirty-six | , g«.!f clubs have resigned their .n.imbejship in n, e association diir- ^ "The uamo of golf deserves your . "I lu- activities of ihe a^oda i!<Jii. already curtailed, thi-" high! n:n:dards of play and conduct! ciuiiioi be maintained as lim-m-, fire unless supported by the golf: clute of the country. We iirije that. V"U confute to support the same through your membership in the P-oelalion, and when occasion <>f- . Im the opportunlly, brhw back iold or bring Jn now members." I'!'"* C-ofs S10.080 A year ago Ui cre TO . rt , ,, 9] , f '•""« enrolled as members of -he "• Delation and regularly pavin heir dues of $30 per annum. | '" In m tl "' re in STORY -THE Ito- HANDED THE ^UWGS-TER OP THE AUSTRALIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM, USING HIS AWARD poUBLE GRiP, «KEMtlN -fiUICE BEAT R?Et> PERRV, BRlTiSfER Wto WON lite U.S. AWIONAL-TITLE UVST SUMrtER HIS STREAK. BY. " CRAWFORD HIS IWlS CUP WO/0 'THE VMBLEPOM BUGLES, rN 1933. 1 \ 'v'^'T n >v ;\ IL^O) ;Chickasaws Meet Wciner Quint' In Two Games Here Tomorrow' THQOUGH THE BY EVERETT S. DEAN Basketball Coach. Indiana University During the last few vr>nr= ins tattall has 'gained „ .l™' "^ lowin» In Mexico, Cuba Philip- Pine islands, China. Japan ™ Tu W-,'H , . .Hawaii, and all provinces of Canada. Senor I.ambcrio A. Oayoii na- Wciner high school's fast quintet and the Blylhevllte Chicks will clash in two gume.s lu-re tomorrow thai should go a long ways toward determining the possible chances of the schools in the annual district tournament later In the season. An afternoon game will be played «t three o'clock and the teams will meet again al K o'clock to- Played at Ihe armory. A preliminary game will precede the night gnmo at 7:15 o'clock. The Chicks, iss:t district champions, have a victory over Jones- to their credit and Wciner has Ihc same claim lo prestige. Weiners margin of victory over ihe crack Craighcnd counly team wns considerably higher than the Chicks but ihe locals, after losing two early games to the Cape Gir- ni'denu Prep 1 ; have won five straight contests and are rapidly rounding iuio top form. H will be the first meellnt; of tile Weiner and lilylheville teams since their stubbornly contested struggle in (he semi-final;; of Ihe district meel .it Jonesboro last year. The Chicks finally emciged wlmjers after the came had been taxed Into mi extra peiiod and lien went on to beat the Jnnes- boro Hurricane in an extra period tilt fur the district title. Coach D. -Mac" McClurkln of he may change his opening llne- U|> of ihe last two games for tomorrow's (Iks. MrClurkin has 10 good players from which so select his starling quint. schools in Mexican cities raw-' nize basketball as a winter major! s Canada Has Lose to Jonesboro; Bison Herd "in World g.55 lly, find they must I possible point to from economies are d byU'ic U. S. G. A., oh.g Do You Remember? _January ^sq -1555-Henrysnr Sottish poet, tern. . —,,as Fate., , , "leaks upiehina > arid plans lo amounted to the One Year Ago ^d ly _ B national record for the 220-yard , breast stroke when she covered he .'distance in 3:262-5 jusi 13 =ce • raids better than the previous •*. liiai K. Read Courier News want Ads. Al Monterrey during the lOli-Ti', ™ ,' l Z, "'i' 00 ^ w ? rc t " r " C(t bl1cit ? IIle Lifo " lo ">« former stamp-1 Benson there were 4SO plavers" in >aon t ^ If Jo " csbnro Junior '"B grounds in Western Canada! the Industrial League Lns v ea r '' M n J°nesboro Tuesday night. '"Jrts one .of the most successfnl ' Ihe city built a MMOM n-mnas ^Iv.h, n S ""- ° f U ' C pm " e tllcl M/ m '' S "' the l>'^»'ntlon of w ium exclusively fo,• basketball! i?ml SI tlie'w.frlwlmh'fnnT"' 1 "! "f th<- C °c""adh° '""" Lm ^l'' ^KS^^^'^^^^K^ Is*/i»"T«r7 or f 7W n '" mnls ' ! iras also lourert lll |his 0 couiS l ™d ! ""h, b(!l H l ? lv , 01 o rc °T "'? Cllrly lwul l mca ''""Cher In Montana ''am] i done well. There is no doubt, bu t l< n l,L. J "^ , Joll ? sboro qnl"U. *"'o»Eht to Canada, has (irown c thai these good will tours of e -Is ?•^111^ •', B " 1> ° i " t scnror for | nlr P cst "^ of wild biso, e- fine opportunity for Mcxlrai s to «„- , ° Vlth SCVCn 1>oillts «"««»«. located at Buffaloi N" in M 8« their basketball flrsUhand '• !„„ "" °' lt5t;1IUII "E defensive. Park, at Waluwiighi Al°a Lo,"".: Scientific basketball is fnirlv new •,', ' , ' 5 l"' f snys ' " Thc "nnual increa^: in Mexico. Their basfcetball'l, in', , C f 1 ""' 1 ^ Dlylheville line-up, of ll »s l'"d. almost 2.000 anlinnu"! the formative stage. From Ihc' >C "! rtrd Mosclc - v " IKI Sc °'ls. for-! 111 " 51 ^ killcti or otherwise I".--' : American tours we have observed I e" 1 ' Drown : "" lcr: Gr «r arid' p^cd of yearly in order to keep' that they have wisely capitalized ! "•*• Bl " m! ~ ' on iheir natural speed in their i I Krnkir'c Caudill's Agency Wriies Fire. Theft. Tornado Property Damare. Liability, Col-' llsion. Burglary, Uf c , Accid"ni and (lie vnilmii other forms ot INSURANCE an:! BONDS We can write Farm Pro|>crty. All business a|)pren;p,ied and Los- paid proinp'ly, I'honc 7<)7 : .»..« n ,v> Ktcnrrl ! Jim Weaver. St. Louis Browns- recruit, won 25 Newark Bears in r o cep , the main herd within ih c /c^din I SXKibimics of the Natlnsul H-uk : area." I GRADE A Raw Milk „ Phnnc 74 I Craig's Dairy f last p.iv Keir club dues regularlv their clubs to pav the" * (hr pretations of amateurism ii cannot be stiid that the golf fathers were not doing the best thev could to define and defend thii same nmalcurlsm-which. by the way is a pretty tough word to Vermonlers Ernnomical BURLINGTON. VI. (UP).-A recent survey at th- University of Vermont, here, dfcrlosed that stu- '?«« r Sf ' ent Sl8 ' m for ^oks. -5.640 for material and supuPcs »n<J only $7.664 for food. e carrie r d"eas C - i an Th A^ e "" 48 <° ^"^"yards to _^_ L '"' "" American acre. | tire from competition al the e^id A " iraffe ' s front legs • are no oi the 1933 season. Fire Years Ago Today - Jack Sharkey had a busy time defeating K. O. Christner of Akron, O., before 20,000 at Madison Square Garden, Ten Years Ago Today — Agnes Beraghty of New York set a new' longer han its hind ones. CUSTOM HATCHING Marilyn Hatchery We Buy Poultry Drink BUDWEISER TIME EXTENDED NOTICE TO LANDOWNERS • Read Jhe Following Carefully: SUB- Dii " ict BASKETBALL Two Fast Games Blytheville vs. Weiner Friday Afternoon, 3:00 p. m. Friday Night, 8:00 p. ,/,. Preliminary for \\g\ti (; ;lnu , Armory - - 15 & 25c COURIER NEWS OUR AD-TAKER WILT, BE GLAD FIFTY (50"' ) PERCENT ellwt wi pa, ,h, Cl s rk GOODYEAR PATHFINDER GOODYEAR ALL WEATHER ••) PER CUNT «*.! the ac of said ta, *" ^ ° f th '' S ° ffer b must make «« 50'. payment by February '• prior to E. N. THLFELDT, Receiver, 90S Rector Bldg., Little Rock ' Ark " Goodyear the g J. T. COSTON, • Drainage Dist. No. 9 ** Phone 306 ! SHOl ™TLE CHEVROLET CO. lil.vtheville, Ark. Tire Repairing • . Coo.l L'so<] Tin,

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