The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 24, 1930
Page 6
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BLYTHKVILLE; (ARK.) COURIEIf NEWS' .i_--.:;<*•' ;••] '- 1 ,;*' i ". ! ;V Mi^Ntit Be a Bum Steer v : ,.' to Pick Texas for Top r CLAHE BURCKV . errie* Siorts Writer iud kn^flKd out thc- ta a title fight after you •~'.2f*V»«*e« hard for (ha shot- at '•.•fl* wpwn. wouldn't 11 burn you up it, to £U11 kept the championship? .the tituaUon- at the, Unl- i .the skids; under Texas -University's refcvcn for a ••a-B-'l i ' » «••*!»» Vllt IK «ind| to the -Longhoms T 'c U ;: ;wiU capture 'Southwest Conference ^honors again; this foil, making (lie ;'first Jlme In the 15-year history of , the organization lhat a member has • triumphed two consecutive jrairs. ,..-• Several branding irons have to be turned before the Steers can .voice • undisputed claims for 'the •' (fcunptonship. One , ol these is : that- Texas must defeat Tew A and M.. In ' Austin Thankszlvlna Diy.. Another, Is that Texas Chris- .Uan must encounter another set- •ba*. tefcre the curtain, comes .Away from the A. and.,Ji caino- us, the, Texans who hold big hopes for.the ^ Aggies against tlie ipng- .horns are as widely scattered ar, asfpmnts •. for the baseball man- .Mert Job. in Beaton. The Aggies are ttrcng, it seems, but they have pveriooked one detail, the development of a wining complex. They -have'been defeated In practically wry major game, so Coach Clyde flUefleld is not grazing his herd .00" any may than .the usual amount Vof .'racret. praftlc*. . : ."vlW'-so, however, with Southern 'Methodist's chances In the final .conteit with.-Texas Christian. The MUftingH remain a very good foot- 'ball team, despite a Ue game with ,Baylfr : and their leap, to Texas. ^*y gav« Notre Dame a very un- •fcomfortable afternoon early In October and they .romped rather rpugWy over: Indiana and Navy In .two-other intersecUonal frays. They 'wia.make the Horned'Frogs hop, jlndeed, and -there', are some who .can picture them •several'hops' out jln'froht of the Frogs at the end of 'the game. •' •. -: ••••.. ','*- Psychological, and physical ad- .rantages belong tp'the Steers over [Texas, Christian in 'ibis last week .of preparaUpri,' for Utttefleld's meii ,rtsted on the'linal Saturday before ;7tMUukEgivth^ :rtey.: There •• Is no .«tin.;t<.an injury am'ong',tne Long^ ,1101:09. ., ' • . ' '' ''' '. '. , : n^ee wha have'been'ouUtand- fat "performer^'In. 1 tha Texas' front this fall are Ox Blanton, Ernest Koy and Harrison Stafford, sopho- mie«.',J3Jafford arid Key have fcen ^uhipgviri'/UtUefleld's: first back- "-'••;;with*JOaptaln. Dexter - Shelley -""". -fUtos,- yeteransfat half ^.-tertaci,-.... •' . .;-... 10' ox feam,: 'Ox - Blantcti and "^-'Tsoft'-st^Bl clear of the -..'. lh,,..8ouQiwe£t 'football, on. pliys "guard .to' run Inter-e on'the offensive and tha. ters. his 'activities' to tackle' on As Wildcats;.Bombarded Notre Dame Outplaying thei Notre Dnme eleven Irom thc first klckoff, Northwestern held the Irish scoreless in. the first three quarters, only to lose In the final perlo:; by a 14 lo 0 count. This striking action picture shows Heb rtuiscll, Wildcat fullback, breaking through thc line for a four-yard gain. When Harvard Crushed Yale, 13-0 • A's ; .ma«h iniich' to do 'Ir sent us a copy of a new song he dashed oft the other day. It's murder. Here are .a Tew-choice lines from the t.llng: "I used to love you, I begged you ( to stay; I didn't shove you, You just walked away. So I'll get somebody else, Let somebody else get you." Walt, folks, there's more of it: "I'd Uke to take you back, I'd like to help you unpack, But you left me before And you'd do It some more: So please keep ofTa my track." . We'd rather see Mr. Cochrane tch than read his lyrics. The title of the thing Is "I'll Get jmebody Else, Let Somebody Else et You." We'd like to hear the ilng handled by a quartet com- >scd of Kid Gleason, .Jojm Mc- raw, Babe Ruth and Gabby reel, with Gordon Cochrane wtllng a mean saxophone obbll- to. That Is, we think we would but may be we're not. so sure x>ut that, after all.'..: • • . • ' Too Bid. 'Gwie . When George Von) Elm left the nks of the amateurs recently nd turned pro, one'of his remarks as, "There's no use trying to win nythln; as an amateur' while' Mr ones 13 playing." Mr. Von Blni ould have stuck around. MIAN INSTRUMENTS SHOWN CHICAGO. (UP)—Ancient Rom- n surgical Instruments, some of hem similar to modern irutru- cnts, are on display at Field Mu- um of Natural History. READ BIBLE '10 TIMES BETHEL, V». (UP)^J. J. Wall ., has read the Bible "from klver i klver" nineteen times since 1B20 e keeps a record of.the beginning nd ending-of eachureading. For the,second:tune In as many years. Harvard's Crimson,', warriors furnished ah 'upset by r> -turning back the Yale Bulldogs by a 13 to 0 score in their annual' classic. This action ph6to shows Kemp ' ton Dunn of Yale (Indicated by arrow)'maklng'an off-tackle run In the second quarter. the feA ot opposition In 'his Initial urason., .He also counted eight consecutive, kicks after touchdown before missing rn a field goal attempt from scrimmage. "'-Much; of the Steer success has been due to a pals of rangy, hard- tackling ends, Rut Vining and LCS Petersqft. • They've caught pasa at- t«r"p3ss from Shelley, Elkliri and Koy ano^ imny are the prospective tacklers they've blocked away from Steer.ball'caiTleiii. ' - '-. ' the 'def Blantn has stood off CUT. DOWN TREE FOR HONEY ^NOBLESVILLE, Ind.. (UP)— Trleves cut.down* a .poplar..treel measuring, six feet In diameter at thie base,'to steal several hundred pounds of honey from' The tree belonged: to William C. Mof-: fitt, who sold-the lumber for. »25<X Sead Courier Newi. want ads. GOES _ . tionltst ( if you"don't'thfiik' t Fame,Is fleeting, please"- write and tell us .the names'Of'Uie-.'AU-Anierlcp. end at Mlchian .who/was killed In an automobile" accident; and the Army player ^who was'killed'in a game with Harvard. .--»'«»Under Wraps As-soon as a Notre Dame player leave* the field for a substitution, his fellows on the bench rush out to him with a long ma'ckinaw 'and snucgle him Into It before, he his a chance to catch.cold ' Did you read Rockne's dramatic story of the denth of George Qlpp as a result of a bad cold, to 'Col tier's of.November 22? ' . • • « v : ' Dodd'tart It! l Tennessee hasn't the' best football-team in .thejsputh, it seems, as the Volunteers were beaten by Alabama. But Tennessee lids thc bes quarterback you" will see In many gridiron moons. -His name is Sobb; ppdd. He can run to his left one pass to his .right, with control, jje Is cool, calculating.and smart as'i leader; He can run, he can kick All-America selectors, take notice It'i Murder, Mickey Gordon Cochrane, the man Qon nle. Ma«k calls tha,;'motor of til ONE will always stand out! C^M^MrmT^oCo On The .Outside ^ ".tooking In A sophomoric tensatlon on' the South'! gHdlnms to young Don Zimmerman, above. Tulane Uni- va-ity halfbtck. Fran the eiprwj- slon on hi* face, Zimmerman is a very (fetccmintd youth. Ho halls fro* Uike CtmtleB, 1*., the tity whUh prttiuMd Bill Banker, Tu- Ua»"» "Blohd Bllizard" and star ot the Green 'Wire undefeated etena Id !*», BBUe Dixie crltua already are cofiparlnj Zimmemmn to his funed fello* totfiismaa ' .. Qtrrrs vsiastLOTcsa HUBBT. 8t^ 1XX/IS, Mo.' (UP)-Mrs. Jame* 8. Spenctr left her husband after three days of married life because »he preferred a man with ra Job, 'the unemployed husband t«- tlUtd Ifi leeklni and ob'tauilnt > divorce. ' ' '." MON.DAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1930 Looking.back over' the wreckage of latt-week's football games ( the weekTend provided some of 'the most surprising upsets of the current season. When the season has been completed it Is do'ubtful if the "experts" can look back and pick out a single week-end with results more, astounding. Right here In our own state high school circles, Camden high shattered, all kinds of dope with a victory over 'Pofdyce, 1929 state champions and all but a cinch to repeat. In the Big Ten conference, Indiana, which has been playing door mat for anybody and everybody all eeasou, suddenly arises and de- ftata Purdue's highly rated Boller- nukers «nd '1829 champions. Harvard In th* ftadltional battle with Yale, laughs at the expert? with a convincing 13 to 0 victory oxer Yale siter being smothered by Holy Cross last week. •Down; the riTer at Memphis, the Southwestern Lynx left Bluff City Jana dlcy with > walloping 26 to G victory.orer Sewanee, and on down the line they run thc same way. ' •'Predictions In this column were given a terrible shaite-down with th« following results: 1! winners and six losers. The games that upset, our ipple c«rt: Fordrce tO).to beat Camden m. Yale (0) to beat Harvard (13). Purdue. (6) to beat Indiana (7). ' No. Carolina (0) to beat So. Carolina (IS). . Sewaot* (6) to beat Southwestern .('»'.••• •• •'-• • T. C. U. <H) to beat Baylor (35). G T T) T ,. liAL Read Courier News Want Ads, Make Your Home MODIERN HOMETHEATRE Sunday and Monday Radio's Georgeous Romantic Drama of the Children of Midnight! All-Dialog! Music! BETTY COMPSON Ned Spai-ks j Jack Oakie / 'Comedy and Cartoon' Adm. Matinee and .-Night— 10 and 25c. 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