The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SET BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Safe-Iii More Ways Than One Manila Only County Team left In 'District Title Chase Mississippi county was )c/l will] hut one team, Manila., sllll In the •running in the District Four boys' .spnior lilg)i school basketball toiu- nament at Jonesboro today alioi 1 Blythcville and Shawiice were r-lliniiiated tat niglit. Manila, No. -Three team in tlie comity, won over Earle, 2G lo 23. in Die flisl round this moraine and will meet Tnnnann in a second round game tonight. Blytheville, county titllst, wiis cic- clslvely eliminated from district, lille consideration by Hie formidable Marinadtike tcnm, Greene county champions, last night, 58 to 27. The Chicks were leading nl Die half, 24 io 13. but Hie team collapsed completely when Rus- .scll Mosley, guard, nml Carl | , Hughes, forward, were disqualified j because of fouls ns llio third quarter opened.' Shawnee, No. Two Mississippi counly tenin, ns troiincefl by ilic highly favored Jonesboro learn, defending district and stale chninp- loiis. 70 to 21 In Die Drat game of the meet last night: < Blytlieville and 'Slmwnce both remain in, the running for second mid .third place honors. Blytlieville plays Corniiig and Shnwnec meets Marlon this nftcniaon. Jonesboro, outstanding favorllc, meets Monette In a second round game tonigh!. Other first round scores np until noon today were: .Trumnnn 48, Rector 28; Bay 48, CoralnE 17; Monette 30, Marlon 25. Chicks' Spring Grid Practice Sessions Will Begin Monday FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1038 • Hairy The. Horn; Hits The BY JERRY BRONDFIKM) NBA Service Sports Writer Fritz Cluster's switch from Princeton to Michigan recalls a striking example of Amos Alonzo SUiyg placing ethics ahend of vjclo'ry. Crisler :sat on the tench as Stagj's assistant in Chicngo's melodramatic game with Princeton hi 1932. Crisier begged 'the Grand Old Man to send in Alonzo Stage, Jr., ns quarterback In the lost few seconds with' orders to fry an entt mil; The ivfnroon wns on the Tiger's one-yard line, crlsler antldpntcd .that Jolin Thomas would be slopped at center. ; But Slngg wouldn't .heed his 5'oung. aid's, entreaties, Inter explaining: "I had sponsored a rule against substituting for the ' ptirposd of giving instructions. T wpulef'liiive lieeri untrue lo my principles had I sent in my son umici 1 the eir- cimiMiuicrs." • + * WiciiKin Is SlirWfr For Football Details 7t fnllmvwl that Tjul Wieman would inherit the head couching chair at Princeton. His appointment insures the perpetuation of a system Dint rehabilitated the gridiron game at Old Nassau. The holdovers will not have to learn an ciltire new .set of formations. Wieman Li a painstaking conch, and great line" tutors sometimes are rarer than fine head coaches. Many a nationally recognized coich owes a good share of his reputation lo an unsung assistant who drills liis forward's in Individual position play and group execution. Wieman doesn't go in for heroics. He is matter-of-fact and impersonal in pre-game talks. "Just go ^ut there and execute your assignments on each play as .though it were the only play in the game." he tells his men before games. "Forget the game as a whole. Concentrate on doing your job. The score will lake care of itself." • » * MacMUchell Fleetest Schoolboy in l>ars Leslie MacMitchell is the best schoolboy runner New York has developed since .the era of Mel Sheppard and Abe Kiviat. MacMitchell again proved his caliber by moving down from his Javoritc mile to the half mile and winning his third national title in as many ye^rs in (.he national in- terscholastic indoor ch.impion.ships at Madison Square Garden. MacMllchell completed his triple in the record books by covering the .g«0-yard run in" i :5 j, and win" Hint; by 40 yards. The old standard set by William Dobbins of Brooklyn Prep in 1935, was 2:01.2. The George Washington High l star captured the 1000-yarc 1 . '$&•! lf ,JI\i, Trt£ LOH& AfetV A v/£W/5// BASfBALL STAR BUT IF HE CAN MAINTAIN 7fte TtitS SPHIN6 GIVES HIM. Ifff. OPPORTUNITY To B£ Ttlt - GIAHTS' Ruppcrt's Cash And Business Manager's Efficiency Make Yanks W AW •v J&« ",",- "~,-L-' ^"^/"'^ *-»*"07 /n"vt^ ivfci-i- J^*"j*' \> aJ^^f AND BtifcD MOK£ r TRAN-.300 AS His, PART ^ ?$m '""- ~*'^ f°te &?OMD£fis< pff, VB --TO -HEIF;- \S|p STRAIGHT NATIONAL LEA&VS CHAMPIONSHIP _ Roland's Boolcry FIRE SALE :st In 1D3G In record lime, and ook the mile a year ngo iu another ecord-breaking pci-formnuce. The Vnshliiglon Heights student turned i his greatest mile only four days efore the national meet. He Hew rer Die route in 4:^1.7 in the Dart- loulh interscholastic. Coach Calls New'York I Hoy Greatest I*rospeot ."I've never seen n greater track rospeet," says Tom Oreenwiild, lacMitchell's coach. The only child of Scottish \m- its, MncMltchcll oflim: out for •ack at 15 years oi a-je because is widowed mother wouldn't let im piny focttall. He is .-in c.vcel- nt halfback, but plnin to stick i track. "MacMitcheil had no idea he ouUl rim." explains Grccnwald but one glimpse of him convinced ie that he some clay would rival ilenn Cunningham's exploits." After only four months of run- ingr. MacMitchell broke the indoor 100-yard scholastic record by three econds. At 16 years of age he set n indoor scholastic nmrfc of 4-23(1 or the mile. Not many varsity thlelcs can match Hint. Last win- :r lie ran second to Bill Ray in- he 1000-yard event of the MHiro.sc "lames, doing 2:10.9. Leslie MacMitcliell will do until brighter Olympic prospect comes long. Mosley To Try Out For Baseball Team UNIVERSITY. Ala.. Mar. 4 _ Herky Mosloy, Alabama left hnlf- baek, will be a candidate for the Crimson Tide baseball team this spring. Mosley played football'in higj, school and was a nii'iiwer of (he tvnck (ram. He iiever played high school baseball, however. The morning and evening salute to Old Glory, at the various nrmy posts thraiiglionl the coiintrv. costs the united states government about SHO.ono amnmlly. for powder. China, with its huge population, lias only 80.000 aulomobiles. WR AUK NOM' , HUYI^NG Government Loan Cotton LOUIS APPLEHAUM Phone 167, 107 S. 2nd St. Blythcrille, Ark, Palace Meet Dr. Pepper; Terry Takes On John's 'Hie unbeaten pnlncc Cafe Icnin will meet Dr. Pepper and the unbeaten Terry service station team will fac-c John's Confectionery tca'hi In 'City league bowling matches at Sntibury's Playhouse tonight. : ower HV IIAKRY OKAVSON Sjiiirts Kilitor, NBA Srrrlcv ST. I'CTEUSnuriG. Pin., March (.—Looking took, Col. Jacob Ruppert nsstrls (hat lie ijnisl liav<; Ijewi tuoney to Imve Invested S22r).OUO In ilic New York American League (J'auc'lita: of 101,5. That ic-pres«itc(i only half of the purchase pi-ice. Capi. Til Huston, whom the brewer' met tut Hie first lime at dinner the night before, put up an equal amount. As reujijicrt says, the Yankees had no park, concessions, nor hull players. They were at the mercy of National l>;ngiu> cluljs ns w«ll as I lho«: of llicir own clrciiil. • liul tour years after making what lit- suspected was n foolish Inve.st- , merit, nuupert .s))ent $125.000 for iiini' athlete-Cleoi'uc livnnan Hiilli. siiicl once more had an idea that lie wns being Iriinmnd. ^Everybody knows how that deal turned out, lor Babe Rulh made the public forget the Chicago Ulack Sox of 1919-20. made Yankee Stadium possible, and established the present Yankee dynasty. The late Miller Hugging was responsible tot the Ruth transaction. He was the first to realize tile possibilities of the big hoy's home run bat. C'ra/.y Like a Fox When Ruth clicked, Huggins went completely sca-rcwy. Ruppert explains. He wanted to buy everybody in sight-mid Just about did. Tlie Ynnks paid Harry Fnizec, then oi the Boston Red Sox.- $000.000 for players alone. From Die Hull they took Carl Mays, Herb Pennock Wnitc Hoyt, Joe Dush, Wally Schang, ajid Joe Diigaii. Harry sparrow, the Yankee secretary, died in lazo, Huston ran the org.-iniznllon's business for awhile, bul quickly'discovered that ho was not fitted, for it and that- he didn't have the time. It was France who suggested Ed. G. Barrow. Frazee was seekin- to get out of baseball, and sought a spot for one whom lie considered the most competent of baseball men. so Ed Barrow came lo the Yanks as general manager along with the famous stars he guided at Fenway Park. Ne.U to 'the .purchase of Rulh. Dial was the smartest thing Rap- perl lias done in baseball. Hnn-ou-, a htife man, had played scouted, managed, nml been' a lea»ue president. | Ruppert had 'implicit faith in, him. ami: placed all his baseball affairs In his hands. They remain there today. Barrow Ihc Boy To Barrow, more than any other one man. belongs the bulk of the credit for the present Yankee organization. He lias paid fabulous sums for minor league luminaries 1 , and seldom hns been wrong. Oddly enough, a was Barrow, whose >present position Rulh made possible, who kept the old home run king from managing the Yankees. He didn't believe thai rtuth would do ns n baseball guide, told McCORMICK-DEERING A//-S tee/Grain Drills Give Positive, Accurate Performance -^ISP^^asssi i-m It Means An Added Driving COMFORT To have a new FORD RADIO In Your Car WE WILL- INSTALL ONE For Only $41.00 EASY TERMS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5lh A Walnut Fhone 810 When you pour seed into the hopper or a McCo r micU-D«ring Gram Dnll, Ihe snug fit between the open lid and the hopper prevents the scc.l Irom dropping lo the ground. • McCormick-Dcoring Grain Drills, long famous for tlicir positive, accurate seeding are better today than ever—the outstanding drill value on the market. Their all-steel, bridge- type construction keeps the seeding mechanism in true alignment, assuring years of satisfactory ^ork. Hoppers are made of heavy-gauge, rust- resisting steel containing copper, and are water-tight and grain-tight. Unusual flexibility is built into rVfcCormick-Dccring Drills —the disks hold their place in the ground regardless of the contour of the land, providing uniform, positive seeding. Perfect balance and light draft make them easy to pull. Other features make them easy f<Jr trie operator to handle. McCormick-Decring Grain Drills are built in a wide range of types and sizes. Ask us to show you trie drill that will do the best job in your fields. DELTA IMPLEMENTS. Inc. Distributors for the McCormick-Dcerlng Full Line of Farming Rriuipmcnt Sonlh >Scconrt Blytheville, Ark. Coach Joe Dtldy will gel a line on Hie material lie will have for his 193B grid campaign w |,en he assembles the Blythcville chicks nt Haley Field Monday iiflernoon for the first session of spring piac- llce. Between 45 and 50 candidates for the team, tiie largest number Uiever report, are expected lo answer lite Big Chief's first call, Despite the fact that material appears plentiful, however, Uildy will face no easy task in filling in the ranks that were riddled by graduation Ihis yen i'. Missing limn Hie line-up wilt bo eight- regulars. Ilildred Bunch, James Burton, calvlti Moody, Lloyd' Wise, James Hoberls. veteran linemen, and Captain Alfred "Slick" Meredith, Ijoroy mown and Homer Desharsc, hacks. In addition to these Dildy will loss the services of SCTCKII capable reserves Including "Peck" i-iardin, Herb Chilrts and Dick Burns. With these members of the untied and undefeated JOT smiad gone Dlldy will have to build this year's team around luuky Dan wan-lss- ton, Alvin Justice tim! Bill Godwin, three cvnok linemen who were consistent stars last season, and liltle Him Mosley, the ivlicelliorsc of the brickfield whose trlplc-lhreatln« tost year brought him all-slate and all- soiithoi'n honors. It is no secret that Ihe big Chickasaw chieftain is counting heavily oil 195-pound carl Hughes, Thompson. Hood, Paulk, Haiberl. Ford. Lloyd, "Monk" Mosley,- and several other bright prospects lo round out his backiield, with this array of talent it is possible the Clucks may again boast, one of Ihe best sets of backs in Arkansas prep .school circles. There are plenty of good end prospects to nil the shoes or Roberts, but at first glance it appears thai l95-po\mcl starling Yoiin» will get the first nod. young, who reentered school last semester, is regarded as one of the most promising end prospects ever seen here. At left tackle big Joe Bartholomew, who-also rceutcred the halls of learning- after last year's ub- Riippert so, and the colonel stood on his Judgment. So, when Bob Slmwkcy was found unsatisfactory .following the passing of. Hugghis in 1S'13° joe, McCarthy, just fired by the Chicago Cubs, was broiiglil in as field marshal, Barrow was right again. In seven years muter McCarthy, the Yankees have won three world championships and four limes finished second. In Colonel Ruppcrt and Ed. G. Barrow are found the rare combination of an owner with plenty of money and who isn't, afraid lo spend il and a general manager who shows him Ihe hows and whys. Barrow's organization gets Hie players, and' McCarthy gets Ihc most out of them, and— 'Hie Yanks roll on. PUTTER UP First Baseman Joe Kuhel of Washington makes sure of a six-inch putt in a golf game with President Clark Griffith at Orlando, Fla., where the Na• tionals are training. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort. ') Admission Mallnee lOc & 26o 'i Admission NJghl ICc & .160 Wakh Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests Broadway Hi \Hollywood Hi Cllmibli'flctirf «i(|i Jimmy Ounuitc and j .loan 1'erry Also selected shorts Admission Matinee !0e. & 2Cn Admission Night IGe & 3Gc SATURDAY sencc, appears lo be a good bet to plug the yawning gap left by the graduation of Lloyd "Toar" Wise. Bartholomew is a 200-ixmnclcr and liacl one year's experience under former coach Carney Leslie. Dilcly is certain, however, lo give a lot of attention to other yonnj- sters \vlio were on (he reserve list last season and who will sec plenty of service in the line-up when the niittmm leaves start falling. 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