The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1931 · Page 6
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January 3, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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'R1\ ;.;I:\VK SAT I'!; DA V, JANUAIIV 3, 1931 65,000 View New Year's Grid Ciassi< BKUSWM; ui 1 : New Pachyderm Joins Herd; of Mat Champs in Gvuul-' ing Racket, : By WILLIAM RKAUC'HKK NEA Sen-ice Siiorls IMiar : . Ever so often a lieu' ffice bob-; '..;i { among the crowd of hcavyiveigui | wrestling champions. The slrai: 1 ;- | er's name and are, are duly roconl- j ed and his person Is photograph;".! j lor the flies. Another wreslliuj j champion? Ho-huml , ! The newest champion — Da-. I George—who took one of liic cut 1 -1 rent championships away from Ciin | Sonnenberg In Los Angeles recoil-1 ly, is probably tlie s.i:ne Ed Gear-;.- j who rassled In Ihe Amsterdam | Olympics for Ihe United stales i though you never can be sir;' [ 'about these wrestling persona lit In;, j It has been lalrly well cstablls.i- ed, however, that Don Geoi-yp. rir Michigan collegian who threw Dartmouth's boy butter. Oils, Is n:', ] Dan Kolofl. You may rcnieinlvr j •ihat Kploff was Ihe quick-chin;. 1 ! arlist who regularly used lo forget; his name when rasslln? Otis Sou- _ steadily a couple ol years' A dramatic moment In University of Alabama's 24 to 0 victory over Washington State in the sixteenth annual Tournament of Roses tame al Pasadena, Calif., played oil New Year's Day before 05,000 spectators, Is pictured here. Holley, fast Alabama quarterback, shown gelling off a long punl. The arrow points to the ball. Note Uie massed thousands in the stands. gler Leu-Is. , A short time after Don Gcorg? I conquered Gus, Don defeated D.n; j Kolofl In Chicago, proving. unl)-s ] -Thurston was hidden somewhere in j the wings, that Don George Is positively not Dan Koloft. Now, If this Don George is ilir same Ed George who rnsslcd with the Olympians at Amsterdam, ho I' h'ultc a personable young man. And there is no reason lo doubt, that hi- Is. He says so himself. Don—or Ed if you prefer—Is 25. i He 'wks more like a squash clmu- ' .. pion from Harvard than a wrest- ' jer. Since the memory of most ::; the wrestling Dins go?s bark ;io the Zbyszkos who used lo piilj whatever collars they were atlc I? wear right up and down over llic-ir cars, It is hard to imagine Don employed at even so common a lra:lo .- is.-.a,wreslllmj champ pursues. A few months ago Don was only a preliminary boy. He was born iu ' North Java, Nc«- York. Jim? 3. 1905, and after being graduated from high school at Buffalo. N. Y.. spent a couple of years at the University of Michigan, leaving lo gc out into the world and seek em- • ployment as a wreslllng champion. •Thereafter he dirt some lumber- Ing and some threshing ot wheat, probably to get accuslomed lo his lit5 work' of tossing heavy bundles around. In 1D26 he registered at Notre Dame, but when they fomui i there that his. forte was wrestling rather than blocking and tackling he loel caste rapidly and finally had to leave the institution bo- cause of a lack of funds. ; After, drifting here and there fj- a. few .years, during which p?rio:l he 'wrestled at Amsterdam, Oeorw returned to Michigan and finally emerged .with a degree of bachubr of' science. A few months ago, he enrolled as a wrestler under promotion of Lou Daro. of las Angeles. He was matched with So.i- nenberg. In their first match. Gus air! Don crashed head-on in a double knockout. A debate was held nmon« the customers, and It was finally decided that rather than shool them ..both, the pair should be re• matched. In the second encounter, Don kept his head out of the proceedings, and he won one cf the world;s Grade 1 A wrestling cham- '- pton&hips after wearing down the 24 (o 0. - plunging Gus. . Don is young and unmarried. H: Don Out-Bats Sonny BV EVERETT S. DEAN llasketball Coath, Indiana V. Coaches should follow a definite |»licy on all Jump balls. used on [he offensive loul mark.-. Notice the formation in tie accompanying diagram. ,Tha center laps ballt o (PI) /and he taps it back to center who' backs up two steps. Upon receiving it he shoots or passes to either of side players who may cut for basket.- ; (Fl) upon' receiving lap .from .center msy pivot and take a short shot. On jump balls in the defensive end of the floor, tlie ball should be. lapped to a spot away frorri the inn J/UIIVJT uu uii juiti^j uuu-n. (..pi.,.1 Tr , v . ,. ..v,^.' u 1 There are many Jump balls in a | ^ sket ; Ir thc , ba ' ^? uld .' . ~ * ' innnrvl nporo*- l}lr» KicVat in i- game nncl a definite offense or de- lense for held balls will Insure nssession of 'the ball more.. tapped nearer the basket' an terception would mean 11 shot by ' (he opixmcnls. The Michigan jump ball play has been In use several years fn v „ Conference and still effective. To rest smokers' teeth.-an in- K DEW5EY HIT BILL BRENNAN ONlTftE f CWW UtfTrl SUCH FORCE -BILL'S ANKLE- FIGHT FDR.*BEU.'SllFE.*oF [lets here "last night. C r with the locals finally, main-ill-' | The Cooler girls defeated the io finish ahead. 22 to 19^ ati"- -lay! 1 eanlS visitors 23 to 21 in a clote gnme ing oil a Carulhersvilie rail- " .,.,,, , - i that was not decided until t^c final ' [hn „, _ „ , . . -'''' lltor i . m3 <J«if!"ed a pipe with al COOTER, Mo.—The Cooler high I whistle with both teams showin? j tho BI K Ten Conference and Is; stem shaped lo rest against a basketball teams won a double vie-!a good offense. i Virginia has 15 plants manufo Itory over the Caruthcrsvllle quin-j The boys' game was also a thrill- luring paper and pulp products. This play Is best i man's chin. DON—OK hi)—OKOKGE Best Individual Play Made by Eberdt Says Tide Coach Credit for the outstanding hull- ball gotten over Eberdt's head, thc vidual phy o[ tlie Alalianin-W.ish-.'ch'nnccs arc Hint W. 3. C. would ingtcii Stale game at Pnsartem's: have scored." f Tournament of Roses was given ID | Neivmnn also hurt plenty of- praise Jess Eberdt, former Blytheviiic i for"E«rs" Wliltworlli. Blytheville's High star and Alabama's varsity; other star with the Crimson Tide. center, in a signed article by i Wallace Wade In tire Blrrritng'liam News of yesterday. Alabama wen. He wrote of "Bruno": "There was a conference in the Alabama backfield and "Ears" adds, furthermore, that he will no'. .go far out of his way to find I?c- .mance until he has been thrown. Evidently he has his own about these things. ideas , WhHworlh came back 10 yards of Wade wrute: "To my mini the [the 22-yard line. Cries ol 'He is go- outstanding individual play of Ihe ing to try a pli.cemcnl kick. 1 came Arbyrd Basket Fives Take Two From Campbell ARBYRD, Mo., Jan. 3.—The local high school basketball- team- won a double header trom the - Campbell teams last r.ight on th^ Campbell gymnasium floor. Ths girls' victory came as a surprise I? most as they had nat been rate:! In the same class with the Campbell six. McAdams and Swihart. Arbyrd forwards, however, were entirely too accurate for the north end team and established an early lead which they were never abl: to overcome. Glenn and Me Cork e. were the outstanding players on th Campbell line-up while the two Arbyrd forwards were the stars for 'Jw locals. 'The boys' game was a rough affair that ended with the local five being In the lead by the slender margin of one point winning by the score, 27-26. In the first half . Uie Arbyrd boys established on apparently insurmountable lead only to have it overcome in the finil frame. In spite of leading by a score ot 16-7 at the end of the first ' Half, the nnal frame found the More tied at 25-25. Glenn. Siakar'd ' and Powell were thc outstanding players for the Campbell five whil.> •Buck, Uiurrnond and Jones gall:::; laurels for the local five. game was when Jess Eberdt inter- I from tho stands. And WhiLwortl: cepted a pass In the second qn.ir- not only- tried, but did kick -a place- tcr." I ment, tht ball dropping over Uie Zipp N-wiian of the Ulrminj- j bar Wxc a niblick shot." ham News, in his story wired froiu ' Newman's story stated llmt Heln, all- America center ' ate ' " vns ""'P'- 11 UFJUff LYSOOJ1/) A BIG SIX* priced like a four A POWERFUL EIGHT . . . A BRILLIANT KNIGHT . . E THIIII'TY— • DUALITY Pasadena, \\.ot "Jess Eberdt. who gave an exhibition of how an all-American center should play when Joe Sharp wasn't putsliis en the act. made th? ircatcs: piny o[ the same when he paved the wny fcr Alabama's sec- °>' Wnshlngton ten drove him live or eight yards into his ou'n backfield." Q with impressive savings ond toucr.down. climted high :n!o the air and took a Washington State pn?s that had only n foci to I go into liar.ds that were ri'arty to convert It into a tcuchdown from the Cougar's 37-yard line. Had thc .About one-tenth of the modern ii composed of copper. .ay- Betty Compson in 'Boudoir Diplomat' Comedy nnd .Cm-loon. Adm—10 nnd 25c The FIJI Islands ore 250 ill number. RITZ THEATER Sunday & Monday Ruth Chatterton in 'A Right To Love' with, Paul Lucas . Comedy and News. Today—Saturday John Gilbert Today—Saturday Mary Xolan-Owen Moore in 'Outside The Law' Comedy and Serial. Ill «>xf up. The Six J495 fo #50; H ton dMvry chassis, $395; /){ (on track chcui'u, (595; •':* EifV, f395 lo S1095; the Kni s tl. $1095 lo V105. AU ?rimj. o. t. ToltJo, Ohio. • For 1931, Willys-Overland presents the finest can in all its 24-year history—care dis- tinguished bj more than 100 new points of superiority ... 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