The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
Page 8
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VAGE SIX OFiUHLEIIuS BE Sky.High to Win Ski Title BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) CJOURiRR NEWs -:En]argemnel of Physical - Education Program Also :. Planned at Local Scliool • A new director of athletics will be named for Blythevllle high ECliool some time early this spring it was definitely announced today following n meeting last night ofi members of the alumni-citizens' ccmmtttce, citizens school comlltcc members and school officials. The appointment of a new ath- leilc director will also mean the enlargement of the physical educational program of the school, with the director to rtevole a considerable' portion of his time lo this department. It has not yet' been defhillcl.v decided whether the 7iew athletic director will lie an. addition lo the present faculty or ; whether he will replace some other! member, ' Five men have already applied for the position here and n jiiim- i her of other applications will prob-1 ably be received before a definite ! choice is made. ' Definite announcement that n new athletic, direclor, wlih particular emphasis on his ability us' a football coach, win be named' follows reports of dissatisfaction : on the par! of alumni and busl-: school. It Is understood that dual choice of a new head conch will be made by n committee compos- the school board, Dr. L.'n. Moore o; the citizens school committee Chirence Wilson of the citizen.'; athletic committees, and Fred Saliba of the alumni association. Hooks !A GRIPPIN G STORY .and Slides Bill Braucher .THURSDAY, JANUARY 1934 Bv'Krei <i<:lf: i!i-tp! Help! J'or ihe last three years the United States Ciolf Association lias i been taking a beating in Hie mul- • ]i'.-r of money and now has decided! 'miii-llilng should be done about' ill. ; on ihe outer leaf of it.s annual j executive committee report Is • printed, In red Ink, wh:it almost ! itiiioimts lo an ap]ieal for alms It I ijMii-x like this: ' ; "Three hundred and thirty-six i :lf clubs have resigned iheir; i ",^'"'| )C " hlp '" Ulc nss( *lal«>:i dur- , : "The game of golf deserve your support. "The activities of the association, already curtailed, the" high slamliinls of play and conduct! ciinnui be maintained as hereto- , IOT unless supported by the golf i dulls of the country. We urge tha> . yu conti'iue to support the name ' ihrouiih your membership | n the i :i"odatlon, dud when occasion nf- ! <<n the opportunity. bring back "Id or bring In new members" aiiK (lots $10,080 A year ago there were 1101 irolf ; <lubs enrolled as members ol ibe j Delation and regularly paving' '!' c ' r ,'!"<* of 530 Her annum.'onI ' en. JU. 1933. i| lm . „.„„ OJ)|y Hubs in good standing ""r^, '", ' 9M ' " 1C lolal Sale n OF THE AUSTRALIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM, USING HIS AWKWARP DOUBLE: GRIP, - BEAT FRED PERRY, BRITISHER VHO WON T-K iis-NMioMAL. TITLE LAST COM11NUE& HIS STREAK By. JACK <RAVJFORD ms nAUIS CUP TEAMMATE »rlO \UOti THE WIMBLEDON |N | possible point to keep goln; are parsed alo ... __, Meet Weiner Ouintl -r rp „, X Jn l\vo Games Here Tomorrow ! I*] four tournanienls sponsored by I <he U. s. G. A :-vcry j The to Do YOU Remember? THQOUGH THE QQP H£ determining long the ways to- ]x>sslble nv EVERETT S. DEAN Haskttball Coach, Indianu Uni versity During the last few years bas ketball .has gained a strong fol chances of the .schools In the annual dlstnct tournament later In the season. , An afternoon game will be play- led at, three o'clock mid the teams • will meet again at 8 o'clock to,' played at the armory. A preliminary game will precede the night "" at 7:15 o'clock. rounding Into top form. 31 will be Hie first meeting of the Weiner ami Blythcville teams since their stubbornly contested •'•Iniggle In the semi-finals of the district meet at Jonesboro last year. Tile Chicks finally emerged winners after the game' had been forced Into ;m extra period and then went on to beat the Jones- r ch,c^; iiST*,* eh..,,- x^r^^r iicrlo<l tons,-have u victory over Jones-i Conch D "Mac" Mrf-lm-u,, nf boro to their eredl, and Weiner the local .earn has indicated that lie may change his opening linc- »P of the last two Raines for tomorrow's tills, rucciurkin has 10 hns the same claim to prestige. Wciner's margin of victory over tcnm ada. Senor Lamberto A. Oayou. national _ physical educalion" director of.Jvfexico City, writes that ninny schools in Mexican cities recog- r.ize basketball as a winter major , after losing i pluyers from which to select' starling quint. i Blytheville Juniors j Canada Has Largest Lose to Jonesboro i Bison Herd in World 1535-HenryW marries Ami January /ReSident. Rend'courier News Want. Ads. I he retirement of Uobby Jones." (he "mounted to $20.140 in m'> tournament.'! took in S159C7 year the lota] S1203l' ' iwreds of men \vho used' to Hielr club (J i, L , s regular])- pn _ The golf go' ica's golfiing Quently has eritics which now finds One Year Ago Today-Bill Carr sreal| u mi , lrack ' tlie fi!5tesl aS ~ country - national record for the 220-yard • breast stroke when she covered the ••"-? in 3:26 2-5, jusi 13 S ce- ictler than the previous . h u installment lo I reg •<I send the annual fei S; G. A., now are ! eligglng- sewers line! ;«• I talker! with a o" the mortgage '-e to the : roads f on "'-"-"i cny. ii e i, ns to WQrk ]i-m»^ lc f^';,L 5 Sy t v ii u nm l >la «cl golf for 18 moni)« crshlp of Amer- S ' While il f e - thC tar « e t Of of its "interpretations of amateurism, it cannot be said that the golf fathers were not doing the bcsi they could to define and defend " ' ninatcurlsm—which, same by the way, • luarter-iniler In the »« would re-' ' tire from competition at the end A giraffe's front legs • a of the 1933 season. i Ion 6 er '>an its hind ones. of the 1933 season. Five Years Ago Today — Jack Sharkey had a busy time defeat-1 Ing K. O. Christner of Akron O I before 20,000 at Madison Square, Garden. i. inc |, is a pretty tough word to handle.' Ten Years Ago Today - Agnes Vermonien, E^n^i^, BeraBhtv ° f Ncw Ycrk '^ a n ™' BURLINGTON, Vt. (UP)--A re- cc-nt survey at th- University ot Vermont, here, di:r!r,sed that slu- dents spent S18.PCO for books .-.5.640 for materials and supplies' and only S7.M4 for food. At Monterrey ffason there w ihe Imluslrial 460 players in , en ague. Last year! ' Ulylhevllle junior high I Papooses were turtiert back 12 by the Jonesboro junior . at .Jonesboro Tuesday night, the start of the game the j 'rhc™ Ac f i!"ns well. There is no donbt but ' thai the** good will lours orfern fne opportunity for Melicam to ECC their basketball first-hanS Scientiflc basketball is falrlv I'IF-U- In Mexico. Their basketball "R i, ' the formative stage From tlm ! American tours we have obsi>rwii that they have wisely eanltill'nr ' on their natural speed In their- Play. ! \?o"n£v , , JnnP5boro mnnt. B K- heville wkf J"" 11 5COTCr for «-,- uV f VC " 1XH " ts " 1 " l ulaVr ""'standlnp defensive; ... ! ° 5l " rlln ? Blylhcvillc line-up ' " dCd Mo - wlc - v nni1 Sco «s. for- wnvclSl Brow "- center: Grccr and 1 S "' nrl> '- Eunnis. Rnokic's Great Record Jil " Weaver, St. Louis Drowns' h "S c Pitching recruit, won 25 IUP>— The return — .„ ills former stamp- i ing grounds in Western Canada murks one ,of the most successful cfforls In the preservation of wild life according to Alnn Loiigstaff of tlic Canadian Naiional Railways. "Fi'om f lierrt ol Tin aiilnials purchased in 1307 from n Imlf- breed ranclicr in Jtontana and brought to Canada, has grown the nlrgest herd of wild bison tn the iiorld. located at Buffalo Nitional Park, at Wuimvrighl. A lta.. loir- staff snys. "The annual increnso of Ibis herd, almost 2.000 nnimnts must be killed or otherwise deposed of yearly in order to keep the main herd within the fc-allni; possibilities of Hie National Park Caudill's Agency Writes Fire. Theft. Tornado Pronerty Uatnare. Liability. Collision. Uurglarv. T.ife, Acclilont. and tlie vnrioiH other forms oJ INSURANCE an:t BONDS. We can v.'rilc Farm Property. All birshsers appre<-:^tcd and Los- iios iiiilri promptly, t'hone 7!)7 GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy carry Sam's colors In the Ascot BASKETBALL Two Fast Games Blytheville vs. Weiner Friday Afternoon, !i:00 p. m. Friday Night, 8:00 p. m. Preliminary for Nijjhl Garni' Armoru - - 15 & 25c Weiner Has One cf the ITral Teanu i,, the Klstrlet OUR AD-TAKBR WILL BF GLAD TO HELP GOODYEAR ALL WEATHER $^20 up COOP YEAK Phone Ifi j SHOUSE-LimE CHEVROLET CO. I llUlJt DUO Blytheville, Ark. Ciurantccd Tire Repairing • , Good Used Tin, irricd'e^" 1 . T ''» re " re 4840 ' S 1«»re 5'mls to irnca eas- an American acre. y Chicks CUSTOM HATCHING Marilyn Hatchery We Buy Poultry Drink BUDWEISER TIME EXTENDED NOTICE TO LANDOWNERS ' » Read ihe Following Carefully: -' " FIFTY (50' < ) PER CENT the Chancery Sit 1 "" 1 lW ° yearS 3g °' FIFTY (50* ) PER CENT «» W the Clerk of prior ^.£^7^914™ * offer nei, * subject to penalties and costs J.T. COSTON, Osccola, Ark. Attorney for Drainage Dist. No. 9 you can pay the will be made to collect the balance of said t it of this offer he must make the 50' ; payment , he will lose the benefit of this 9A IQ^n £»"ty It/tJJ* E. N. THLFELDT, Receiver, 905 Rector Bldg., Little Rock, Ark. A. G. MEEHAN, Stuttgart, Ark. Attorney for Sub-Dist. No. 3 of Drainage Dist. No. 9. ng (44-52),

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