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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 6, 1930
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S!X '" l<nr HESPEOTED EVEN Luminaries On Jones' Team Soiilhevn California I i i 1 Hard by Graduation bul! Tears Nol in Order. j By WILLIAM HIUU'HIMl ! NKA Service Spurts Cilllor j LOS ANGELES.—When 18 of ihe | 31 athletes who won letters f.»r j football at the University of South- | em California were listed as "lost j Dy araduation" by Coaeh Howard j Jones, iKrhaps you .sat down and ; had a good cry. | .. When you saw ainonj the IB lost j athletes the uome of Quarterback i lluss Blunders, who went through I a whole Noire Dame team at Cht- ; cago last fall to score a touchdown. • you may have been prostrated by ; grief. . ; But ucc-p no more. Coach Jours < begs to report that he no', only has • 18 to take the places of those who , were lost by the accident of grad- | nation, but he has two'qiiarterbnrki ; who can be depended upon in al- j most any kind of a nlneh.. According lo Coach Jones' way with a football It-am, the quarter- | — back is the triple threat star and [ chief ball carrier. Interest there- ] tore centers i" this Job and In llr; race -for the honor by Marshall Uumelcl. holdover, and Orval Mohler. who wore a freshman cap last year.' Diiffield has been chief understudy to the ofllce for Iwo yenrs. II-.' is a hard line smasher, with a uood loe. His nrrow-llko passes last, yeas- brought scores nsainst Notre Uame and Stanford. When U. S- C. Journeyed lo Chicago to meet Ih'c Irish Insl fall Jones took Freshman Mohler alons just to sit on the bench and see how Notre Dame sot away with It. The young man was an all-sUilc prep slar in California Iwo-years ago, and Is a quick lliiuker. In Ihe freshman names of 192-3 lie showed remarkable ability in hlllini! his man right on the chest with the forwarded pigskin. Jones has made no secret of his expcclalion Urn; Mohler will IK a star. Among the eight regulars wiped out by the calamity of commencement was Francis Tappaan. chose'i All-America end by many pickers. But summer had hardly begun 'o wane bofore ends started popping up all over the place. Another sta; was lost when Harry Edelson wr.i forced'to accept, a diploma las! June, bul Marger "Mle" Apslt. : drivlnR back, is exprclHi to lakr- (he assignment at left halt. Tappaan, Saunders, Barrogn: Fdelson. Antohnv. Dye, Galloway. Hoff and Stepanovlch are out o! the picture, but as a nticleoiis foi Uie 1930 baekfleid Jones has Moli- ler, Duffield. Aspit, Pinckeil, Masick. Hill. Shaver and Moses. The return of Aroelbide settles one end position. Wikox, Juricli and a number of strangers will compete for Tappaan's position. Hall will be improved by his cx- nerlence at tackle last, year. Baker and Williamson, linemen, are still there. A few tackles from last yenr'r frosh, Brown, Plaehn and Arml- slead, weigh 200'pounds aoicc: ant" are snid to move very well without crutches. uf Icudm*- Howard .la lies' PnivcrsiCy nf Southern *,':il furnia t-lrVfii this M'flsnii, They aic Mnnthall DuHiclil. almvc. unit Oival .Mulih-r, rljjht. DuflHd has to KUSK San tult-js, trlplr thrt-ul slur, fur the ]j«,'. luo ycurs. Moliler ruine Li|i (his vcur fnnn Ihr Trrshmcn uflir )ritli:uil ciirci-r In lilfih srhnnl roLlhall, whrn: Iw wun hcncrs. Trojan fnllowc-rs ovprcl ytiuiig Mohlir lt> he a .sensation. 1'un quart erbiuks They Lefl Big;Gaps Freeman Crowned New Champion of Welters Freeman of Hot Springs, .he world's welterweight champion- lust nluht when Referee Patsv | 5 EIntey awarded lum the decision at f':it c, iy:jo BRUSHING UP SPORTS jauferd The schedule Is toiigh-llslinr games with California, Stanford. Washington State. Oregon State Washington and Nolrs Dame. * * ' Mr. Jones Is said to be diligently preparing his boys for the entertainment. In five years, Mr. Jones has learned lo overcome the handicap 01 graduation very well. So n you hove (ears to shed, don" prepare lo let go just yet. 'SHANGHAI (UP)—Shanghai has II. F. ISrojrdrn Coach Homy Hudson of the Bly- thevllle high Clileknsaws is scanning lib .squad of arid candidates anxiously ttiese days wondering where he will find two winumen to replace Ed Sherman. 1930 captain elect who has moved to ISatesville, and 11. F. Hrogdon, speedy and consistent pass receiver and drop kicker deluxe. Sherman WHS acclaimed on the nil-Northeast Arkansas eleven lost, year nnd receivd honorable mention on the all-state eleven. Brogden will be remembered as the youngster who set nil n new world's record Tor consecutive points after touchdown with nine straight in one game. The two made one ol the best pair of wingmon In the school's history and If you know of rt yood end prospect walk riuhl up lo Coach Hudson and slip him the good news. j Cards Have Second Pliico lo Themselves; Macks and Senators Bolli Win I N'RW YORK. •- The P:itsl)iirj;li | Pirates won llu-lr .-ccond victory 1 ever Ihe Chicago Cubs in their I pri-scnt series Friday. The Hriilns 1 fJBliiin</ valiantly to kerp their ! place nt Hit head (if ihe National , scramble lost by om- run while tlu- i Giiinls a^ain took one on tht 1 chin [jpm thf! Uravivs and slid Imk into third nlsK-c belilnd the idle C'aid- i Inals. I The Athletics and Senators kept ! .-:!qi i" the American circuit with ' ihe Senators huwevt-r several steps • bthind, with both teams winning j Friday. I'aul Waiu-r walked into the plc- j lure in the ninth mninj; for the i Cub-1'iraie inelcc with hi.s hit' hat i and smashed a homer lhat heat Ihe i league leaders 8 lo 7. The Bucs niihlll fight to victory 'after sjx>ltinj; the leaders In a Ihret 1 i run lead in the first four innings. The Braves took some more wind I GUI of the Giants' sails with a C'to 14 defeat of ihe New Yorkers. Ji I was the third straight, dejeat stif- (iernl by the Giants at the hands ! of Ihe Braves. Cunningham limited Ihe Giants to seven hits. . The champion Athletics again iroimtcd the Boston Red Sox with Kninshaw chalking up his 21st victory of the season 5 to 1. The game was closely contested until Al Simmons spoiled the party with n home run in the eighth. Russell was the '! losing iwirler. : For tlie nth lime this season Ihe • lomnn j, t . lv york Yankees lasted defeat at the hands of the Washington Senators Friday. The score was 14 to with Alvin-Crowder holding the 15 rounds of fighting over Young Jack Thompson, California negro and defending . title holder. Yanks lo three hits in first seven innings and casing up after his mates assumed a commanding lead. The Yanks have won hut four .PEBSJIIiPH Chicks Can Cross Liric Even If Thev Stumble; Pelicans Win. "gone Chicago." After centuries of transporting mcney around the streets in iron ATLANTA, Ga.—The Chickasaws of Memphis pnbably will play the season out in their old uniforms, while their b?st outfits arc going through the laundry In anticipation of that post series game with tlie Texas league winner. The Memphians marched neare: Ihe Dixie pennant but thrta win Ining games away in fact and maybe less, with a rcu?ing 14 to 11. triumph over thr- Nas'iville Vols in Southern Lrafue W. I.. Pel Memphis 02 52 .030 New Orleans 84 59 .587 Birmingham 82 62 .509 Atlanta 76 05 .548 Little Rock 17 68 .531 Chattanooga 05 80 .448 Nashville 00 84 .41 Mobile 3S !QS .264 NOTICK OF SCHOOL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given that, the' Cnimty Hoard of Education of Mis- i sl'sippi county, has called on elrc-1 lion to he held in HIckman (No. W> j School District of Mississippi coun- I ty, on the Oth day of September.! at which Die qualified electors in I said School District shall vole on | Hi? question of applying for a loan j from Ihe Revolving Loan Fund I nnd ihe levying of n special tax of I 4 mills annually on the assessed valuation of (he taxahlc property In the dislrlct so long as is. necessary (o repay said loan and the Merest thereon. Such election mil be held at Hlckrnan school i the Oth day of September, 1930, elween Ihe hours of 2 p. m. ami p. m., and otherwise In the same tnnner as is provided by law for oldlng annual school election. Witness our hands this 2ml day t August. 1930. Zal B. Harrison G. B. Scgraves J. P. Thompkins Geo. Hill W. W, Shaver, by Willie Lav/soil County Board of Eudca- tlon Tor Mississippi Cmm- ly. Aug. 30. Sept. 0. ., ,. "TIME THE? /;• ;C&ACK$ A.Hp(ySER,<$EHRl6"r MORE AMY TWO MEM !M , "'SPORTS-• ; \ IRONS MAM CE£DRD STANDS SAFE- games from the Nats this season. Illiterate people form 40 per cent but four hits off the Indians twirl- jof the populatio fathom (he offerings of Pete Jnb- er and bul for an error they would 'years lonou'skl Friday and the Cleveland have been the victims of a shutout, cent. American League W. I,. Philadelphia 92 Washington 84 New York 75 Cleveland 74 Detroit 05 St. Louis 53 Chicago 51 Boston 44 Pet 45 .61 50 .62 58 G3 70 82 hoxcs borne by two coolies with aj a slugging match at Memphis yes- pole, bankers have become worried — -- - nnd as a result two armored payroll tracks have just made an appearance. B:lh are own=d by Ihe Shanghai lerday. The Vote walked ahead to 1 _,. an early lead but a seventh inning I C "'"B°. •• uprising that mttcd six runs scnt! bl ' Lom! i Ihe, Chicks Into the lead again and !N " v ,> olk National League W. 70 74 74 they stayed. Brooklyn Commercial & Savings Bank, and ] The New Orleans Pelicans took ' l '' ltsb " lr E h • • L. 55 58 59 13 GO TO (H H was slated that they were "de- chines used in Chicago and Kew the lowly Mobile Bears with b:n signed after the pattern of ma- htti c trouble. 7 to 3. Gl.izncr hurled fair ball for the Birds while York", with slcel plating protect-]his mates bunched lh;ir hits and : r.r oil occupants, ' :er. including the free passes op)icitiincly. The Little Rock- Travelers continued their rfTor;s to wrest fourth place from the Atlanta Crackers n 5 to 1 triumph over the CHECKS TO DOUGHNUTS COLUMBUS. Ohio, <UP1—Ohio with „„ penitentiary prisoners arc dunking i Chattanooga Look-ut? hst niRht. doughnuts again. Harry Benson. I Eckcn of Litt 1 .^ Rock oiitpilchcd doughnut baker extraordinary, is i Billy Bayno of Chatumrxsa. lead- back. Benson was a trusty at the ng hurler of t>.e league and held pen till June 11 when he dbap- • - • • rjeared while on an errand. In the prison bake shop he used to make eight and nine thousand dotigh- • nuts a night. He was arrested in Akron recently for making nut 150 tad checks in nearly as short a time, Warden P. E. Thomas ;aid. he Lookouts to six hits. The Crackers and Barons were die because of wet grounds. QUESTION ANSWERED The Smith family went for a sal on the river. Mrs. Smith, down at the waves, said to he husband: "If thn ship went down which would you rather save, the children or me?" SMITH: Me!-Ltistlge Koine Z«itung, Cologne. DOUBLE SPROUTTXO TRf^Y, Ohio, (UP) — The long droulh; brought a phenomena lo polato growers of this part of the stat«. : THeir potatoes, undeveloped for laclc^ rain, began sprouting TUUTIIFI'I \vv\v»v like, new prints. An Ohio Stale -p^., a , c \ir' will vo» kind University specialist was called Injiy cllan g e m/uus'ten lolhr b P to study the reproduction in plants. -change you that? But it's n • -. —^r— I good!" SKSTERIOUS HOLE »i know . , hat - s w , l AKRON/Ohio• WP'-There is a! change U."-Pages OaL Y«rdo big hole in .the back yard of Mrs. j J. B. Babcock's liome here. It; STONE \\n ^O^^r^cS ^i.-^HAM.-.En,. CUP,-T,vo wit oston 61 inclnntUi 55 hilndelphla « PC' .59 .56 .55 .54 .461 .423 .328 A New 6-cylinder Chevrolet Truck with Dual Wheels WARNING ORDER • hanccry Court, Chlckasawlia District, Mississippi County. Arkaiisas. Grace fl. James. Plaintiff vs. No. 4805 James R. Jamss. Defendant. The defendant, James R. James, is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plainlifl. Grace H. James. Dated Aug. 23. 1930. W. W. HOLLIPETER, Cle:k. Bw Harvey Morris. D. C. Sam Manatt, Ally ad Lilem. Aug. 23-30, Sept. U-13. Games Today Southern Lrijuc Nashville at Memphis. Atlanta at Birmingham. Mobile at New Orleans. Chaltanooga at Little Rock. American Lfajruc Cleveland at Chicago. St. Louis at Detroit. Washington at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. National League New York at Boston. Philadelphia nt Brooklyn. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at St. Louis, WARNING ORDER Chancery Court, Chlckasawbi District, Mississippi County, Arkansas Fred Norwood. Plaintift vs. No. 4703 Maci™ Norwood. Defendant. The defendant. Made Norwood. is warned to appear wilhtn thiriy days in Ihe court named in the cap!ion hereof -and answer the omplaint of the pinintitl. Pre<l Norwood. Dated August IGtli. 1930. W. W. HOLUPETER, Clerk. By Harvey Morris. D. C. Sam Manatt. Ally ad Lllem. Aug. 1G-23-30, Sept. H. FOUR-SPEED TRANSMISSION NEW LARGER TRUCK CLUTCH 6-CYLINDER 50-HORSEPOWER ENGINE DUAL WHEELS WARNING ORDER Chancery Court, Chlckasawba Dls- Irict, Mississippi County, Arkansas. 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It is big and powerful, ruggod and dependable. It offers many new features of outstanding value to the modern truck user. And no other truck of equal capacity. costs less to operate and maintain. Your nearest Chevrolet dealer will gladly give yo-j a tr...J load demonstration—any time. FEATURES OF THE NEW CHEVROLET TRUCK Dual wheels at Might additional cost, with six truck-type cord tires—bigger, heavier rear axle—completely enclosed four-wheel brakes—new heavy-duty truck- type clutch —new, stronger steel channel frame — 4-speed transmission—50-horsepower valve-in-hoad six-cylinder engine. DETROIT, MICHIGAN C o r po ratio n MOTOR Dlvlllen •( COMPANY, 4anir«l Motori I T WISE T O CHOOSE S I X

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