The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1930
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PAGE SIX NEWS Puzzle: Where's Ho Hiding? Dodd, Sington, Dalrymple i on Team Selected Annu-' ally by Notional Weekly. . NEW YORK, Dec. 13.—Srioclioiu j for Collier's All-An-.:i!ca football : warn, which is a punctuation of '.he original AII-Ami-rlca founded byi Waller Camp, were announced lo-! iiy. The players chosen are: ! BACKS: Cnrid-:o, Noire Damo.' 'Suarlerback. Pinckerl." Southern' Oallfornia, Hall back. Dodd, Tenn•<see, Half back. Mnc.iluso, Colgate • "nil back. ENDS: Dalrymple. Tulane. Fc-s- '.;r. Ohio Stale. LTNE: Sincton, Alabama. Tack?. Rlien, Nebraska, Tackle. Koch, Jaylcr, Guard. Beckett. Callfoinia, • .jiiard. Tickiw, Harvard, Center. • Two addillcml players are nain- * d as "utility men,"—Ileln o! Wnsli- "«?lon Stale as utility lineman, and. 'lohlcr of Southern California as' .:!iilty back. j "Tlrere have been stronger all- '•ir.erica teams than this one,' 1 ' :mmcnls ihe Selecllon Committee, •but few that had EO many who •ere all-round stars. Tickuor nnd >:dd have been among tlvj best ':r three yejivs—team Inspirations •-• well as grcnt football players. The Fame Is Inio of Ilein. Certain- 7 no'one learn ever had t;vo snmrt- r men In the backficld than Car- Vo and DodJ. who can be listed •mons the fmartest backs football .:as yet known." Tlcknor Highly Rated Tlcknor dud Carideo are the only 'inmes cu this year's list who also ppeared on the All-America last^Tlie captaincy and most, of the problem cf defending the Harvard Pro- have made a habit, of kicking out. of bounds from Ihe five l-> tho two- yarct line. They ».?ri> both snipers in Ihli work, r-lcse lo Klpke of Mlchlsar. rcncwii. This Is one of lii! 1 most Imp'rUi!!'. f°almes of uny eocd tame. i "Dodd was Ihe lies', passer of Ihe j H"'r, a gr.:;:ter passer In every contest. More than once he beat • slroniier oppcne:il:; with his rlfcht . ..i iiuU In., nciid, 'fh-> compete ll"t 't all the year's players who were of all-American : calibre, and whose names were con- : sldcred In making Ihe final choice, •-. :'"> I'oUoy. 1 ;: ' EKTF^S: Tick nor, Harvard-. ''eh 1 WashliTijlcii Slate; Slano, 1 PorillKini: Fl-'oerls. Tulnnc; Moiri-; r cn. M!e.l!] l.noror, Yule; Jonas, U!nh: Alkliis, Texas Christian. I I GUAKUS: Koeh, Baylor; Bsek-i dt. California: Wncdv.-ortli. North- 1 veflein; Miinn, Mlnncrota; Baker,' California. Nfclxgcr, Notre Dame; I.inehan. Yak; Wlsnlewski, Ford-' 1 hum; Hunt. Cornell; Bromberg, Dartmcuth; -Stcele, Florida; Green- r-uiK. Nebraska; McGlr], Missouri' Kihnt. Wir.rmisln. TACKLEBS: Slnpion and Cle- menls, Alabama; Prince, Army; Lubratovich, Wisconsin; Van Bibber. Purdue; Crchan, Dartmouth; Atil.'.ko^ r nnd Edwards, Washington Slf.le: nhea. Nebraska; Maree, ficorpla Toeh; ChThlonscn. Oregon; Foley, Fordham, Edwards, Vlll- anova. ENDS: Fcskr, Ohio Slate; Dal- rymi)le, Tulane; Bnker, Northw.?sl- ern: Arb?lbldc, Southern Californln; Fbdln?. St. Mury's: Maffett and Gmltli. Georgia; lilblell, Pennsylvania. Scliwarlx. Vaiiderbilt; Conley. NVlre Dame; Long, Southern Methodist. A-Lu.Frymy slirdl cmfwy vbgkojvb QUARTERBACKS: Carideo, Notre Dame; Dodd. Tennessee; Mohler mill Duflleld. Southern Calif-! ornia; O'Connell, Holy Cross; Branch. North Carolina; Ponnett, I'rlncet/n; Baker, Pittsburgh; Bow- innn. Army. OTHER BACKS: Pluck c it. Southern California; Brill and Schivnitii, Notro Dame; Macaluso FRIDAY, UKCHMRKR .1!); Lies Open i>e('orc Him unblemished by defeat when they; toyr in their stride liow;>/er with a ' trounced the Holland girls at Hoi- 22 to 12 triumph Ic t,::ii, honors I Innd last night, scoro 23 lo 10. Thei for tho nlsht. \ same marked the first loss for Hoi- j ' — ..nd's Blrls this sjsson. . Reacl ^^ Hews Wr . v . A(i , iM Holland-boys tcok the Coolerr Q S' v / O Party s&ILF ' V .,' . i. Ji_^ ft.. ^ We Will Give Absolutely tREE One Dozen ORANGES With Every Two Dollar Purchase Saturday Crimson leader, of Brooktine, Mass. •nan on the lenm, and (his year te '-, tied with Feslcr lor tho same lonor, receiving n percentage of '.2,5. The other players were rated I , -.5 follows: Heln, 91.7: Carideo. Ol.-l; | cr W(ls " s ' ar encl ' c " c of lllc bcsl -1 -locking tnul he ran 5-1 yards for a ?ington and Dodd, 60.6 all others' On the Pacific coasl they're calling Max Baer. above, a second Jack Dempscy; In New York they're calling him another Jack Sharkey. And', maybe he does combine the flghtlnv taclics of the old Man Mauler \vich ! th? boastful prophecies of the Boston ex-sailor. Anyhow, we'll know li'.ore about, him following his KB-.V York debut against tTni; Sehnaf scheduled lor tonight. .. u ...v^ ....* *\.4.j m LJIID ctiiuiitiLLLi miuic:yi [HCli.l uu auOVC 11U- i trudhiE Jiisi a trine from the top of ihe padding is lianvood Ellis. Ihe SSu^sU^WdteJl'^Scrill- "One of the most important re- 1 touchdown. Without this blocking qulfemcnts demandetl from Some of the most promising can- lr - am ™ s llnr d. accurate and skill lldates for nil-America honors were' fll! blocking. Notre name proved :ut down In their percentage rat-jt'"! value of this Important fundn- :ngs by weak; schedules, by lack oft "itnlal in most of its thts|l:c could not have run 54 ..... ,vllh lh(^ neld as it was. l>odd Year's Host inches Complete all-round talent, by In- 'ury cr by accident, cr else by some .apse In an important game. One of the hardest selections. It Is stated, was the end assignment., with Pesler, Dalrymple and Baker fhrough the year, A great blcckcr is nearly always p, great football player. Thero Is almost no exception. Great ball carriers are easier lo find and develop, but Ihey imisl have ihe necessary blocking or they fading the field. "Fesltr," (he! would nover be great ball carriers. judges slate, "wns probably tho; "The finest pro-.f of this was best football player of the year but | shown in the Army-Notro Dame the race between Dalrymplc andj [jaine, wlicre Schwart-i im a. heavy was -nip and tuck, and the was frequently stopped at the " decision was finally given to the one nnished a trifle Bak- "This element of blocking is ot- len over-looked by Ih-sc who I slitul?; Hansch, Kansas; Kirn, Navy; Roberts. Georgia; Murphy, Fordham; Eyth, CamegLs Tech; Kurds. Carnegie Tech; Vivlano, Corneli; Hewitt. Colmnhin; Russell, N'rlhweslcrn; Stennctt, SI. Mary's; Hnfford, Washington; Kitzmlller, Oregon; Magner, Nortli. Carolina; Zimmerman, Tularo; Hanson, Tem- pte; Hackman, Tennessee; Bethea, f-atch only the progress of the ball.: Florida; Hinklc, liucknell; Wheeler, Bui it Is a big part of'football and Ihe mcst important fundamental on any (cam. This was given large c r nslrteration in naming the team. ThKo selected were among the best line blocking backs of the year. "It must be remembered also that an All-America back must IK able Co do ninny things well, not merely star in one or two lines. No MY? of scrimmajc. Sudttenly five j team ever had two such deadly Michigan; Chrlstenscn, Utah; Shelley, Texas; Wilson, Baylor. NEW ORLEANS will mean "heap big (UP)—Co-la-la ECttogether In j of his mates save him perfect kickers as Carideo and Dodd, who New Orleans New Year's Em. The 1 fust, community New Year's Eve; dnncc ever to be held here has br.;n designated to Oo-la-ln. And it I means plenty, those In charge say, with n slogan "Bring Canal Street DID YOU KNOW THAT— Max Schmeling :s under igreement, sanctioned by the New York boxing commission, to defend his title in New York under the auspices of Madison Square Garden . . . but that doesn't mean anything Jack Dcmpsey, when champion, also labored under some such agreement, but he flitted to Plillly and Chicago for battles. . . . The New York writers are siylng now that Bat Battalino is one of the most underrated champions the ring has seen in years-and years . . . Before Bat beat Chocolate recently, the Connecticut Wop was being referred to as a cheese champion . . . You might pay that Cheese is stronger than Chocolate - . Barry Wood, the new Harvarc captain, already has won 18 athletic awards ... He i studying medicine. Cage Practice Slated For Armory Gym Tonight Basketball practice will again be! in order at the new armory gym tonight. Indoor baseball was originally on the gym schedule for Friday night and basketball players were to get their second period last- night. However, the basketball goal backboards were painted yesterday afternoon and did not dry sufficiently for practice last night. So -Thursday I night's period was given over to in- j door baseball for (he few cnlhus- iasts of lhat sport on hand- and Ihe. basketball candidates who were j forced to fcrsake their original i plans. Cooler Girls Triumph j But Holland Boys Win COOTER, Mo.—The Cooler girls basketball learn kept their record,' Kentucky Small E£g §5.75 Kentucky Lump S6.25 Zeigier - - §7.50 Empire - - §9.75 MontavalloGenuiiie 12.25 BROWNE & BILLINGS - Phone 76 New Blytheville Feed & Coal Co. Phone 196 to First National Bank Depositors on Christmas Savings Accounts Haying- implicit confidence that the First National Bank will reopen within a short time,but not before Christmas, the undersigned merchants submit to owners of CHRISTMAS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS the following proposition: go to the office of Reid,Evrard & Henderson in the Lynch Building in Blytheville and assign your CHRISTMAS SAYINGS ACCOUNT to Marcus Evrard, as Trustee,and he will issue to you Trade Certificates,redeemable in MERCHANDISE at full face value, at any one of the stores listed below,for the FULL AMOUNT of your Christmas Savings Account. The Certificates will be redeemable ONLY AT THE STORES NAMED BELOW, and you will be able to get THE FULL VALUE of your account without any deduction of any kind. No money Will be paid for certificates-they are redeemable in merchandise only. All Stores Open Evenings Until Christmas Mr. Evrard Will Be In His Office Evenings to Serve You. Wright Bros. 5-io-25c Store Joe Isaacs Hubbard Hardware Co. < Guard's Jewelry Co< The Bootery «/> R. 1) Hughes & Co. JiedePs Boruin's Drug Store Aldridge Jewelry Co. i Dodson Furniture Co. Grand Leader Walpole Elec. Co. New Dixie Store The Fashion

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