The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 6, 1934
Page 6
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SIX 'II WIN! BIG T§ GOLF •ormer Arkansas Milkman Leads Pack of Money I Winning Pros. JJy SEA Service j HOT SPRINGS, Ark.-Milklnrj jows Is excellent training tor Injure golf professionals. Witness Jh* case of Paul Runyan, 25-year- Jld ace from Arkansas, and leading money-winner of the winter /eison. i Runyan. who won $0483 during Jie winter, was born here and hilked cows night and morning luring his boyhood, for his father Jperated a dairy. Paul was a busy fa, what with milking, caridying tnd school. ^ His parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wai-, pr S. Runyan, still live here. Very 1 Jroud they ore, of their now- *mous son. |^"Haul was a good kid," his [nth- will tell you. "He never smoked clgaret. Ifc never told me a Pages From Liie of Pro Golf Leader BLYTHEVILLE, (MQjXmm?. XEKS I Hook i "The two boys-Paul and his jrother, Dick-had to shift for themselves pi-etly early," chimed ft the mother. "Their father was U [or several years. Paul only eached the tenlh grade In high } chool." i * * • i For several years (he elder Runan operated a dairy farm nenr he golf course. Pom spent, all his .pare time on the golf course He ;!ves credit for the suppleness ol •to wrists to that same dully roil;uw of milklni! cows. f He was about 10 when he first iecame Interested in golf, his - ; ither recalled. One night ,I R . i*,,. •?me m from the golf course all Ffd out, but enthusiastic. f You know, Dad." he said, "I £%?, !' kc "" s k"" 10 ° r 8° lf - 'l'"> : pnna be a e o!fcr. i tinny. ]I] . 1J , b( , «,?.*' ' ect '°' 1 llm <- «yder up team." that ambition was cd In Ross 1 failure to win by blit- Ber miirKins, but they cant nc- FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934 Mas- '297. fc atlng t|ie Cn arit a ion pro and UP SAVINGS TO VOI 5 Braucher , gives credit for velopment to jimmy Norton tewn of the links, who was pro , _ Hot Sprlnss Counirv cub Ue Paul was a caddy and later t t T Noncn ls "° w ss - stant to Runyan at White Plains, Paul's father relates that Paul tt , Wilt"' of old balk I a club, and after mllkln» «», ™ bnl1 dT TH™ **'« plck th t. J f m asnl " unl » forced him to quit. up *,' Pau ' ** came ««• Norton, and Norton made Pa- women club golfers H* 'ought Paul looked too*,!^ to L an assistant pro, so the mi£ che jas for the purpose of add- al at the Con, Club ' "» "We < was there that he met £ married Miss Joan Harris &, which a membership 0 , still fere, N 0rton young Pa U1 around 'C namenUi ' ^d before h ,, Wfl f Arf[ans «s chara- he ' d the title two years •ord , - winler of 1932-33 and ?,' llte *" C a " ln ' "e major ">" ttafn ou <™™ tied for another in the win circuit just finished. * Ready to Start ICHMOND, Ind. (U P) _ Th(1 * opening date »w «« « an Ion meeting ta-ratKa «• home clubs are MidOhio: Dayton, Ohio Richmond In/i ' We, Ind. TW, ' at Other ptay on Sunday after- . New NBUJI-S lire i»|]pln e „,, Oll tin.- Inlrwiiis to Uireuti.n the .-tile the older pro/i'ssloiinls. !n ihe ! whiter jjolf tournaments '*v- l times Ihe names of Kv' 1 af- 'oon. Ilpnry Plcard, Harold Me- ••jpaden und Ralph Slonehou«c no' i-alfwn, a Denver pro, won the Atlanta Metropolitan over the ake coiir-sp with a 28fi. which •4 six over par for the course Here. Uoij:,y Jones lEiirncd t o play •Jlloon i K al u lormidnble field.' Under J'ur McSpadcn's 02. which was nine '"to- par, In n ie winning af Uic Jiua Monica ninulcur-|jro nvfnt as one ol the brllliunt accom- >lis)imeni.-i ul ihe winter session, iniold Is from KIIII.VIS uily, ,^an. iifliuiiu.' beiii willlc Dow lie 4K-ycar-old Miami p lu |, y ' our sirok.-s i,, wil , tlle Mimill open I'ai for, the course in which. „ briHJunt new ranpctcd. » '0. 'I he youny man from In- 1 iinuiiuhs shut u 11. Henry PlcarU, w), ow home Is C-liurlesion. S. c., won the North •iiul Si.inli U |K!n ehainpimiship at nienu-st. Ho hnpri-ssHl tho lir.l in Bobby Jonos' Musters' tourna- iH :it Augusta wllh a sub-par ramid of 71. He finished up.wit], -38. but ,,t Phiehurst cut down to an Improvement, of -i 1-2 . be H-ntched when ih^ neM Sa hers ut u, c Merlon Cricket club this summer to battle for the Na- .loiia! OjK'ji <;)inmpli)ii.shlp. Bulamtd (iuiHt- % i |Uise HUM of ; or lulling [ 0 take on all comers." .says Plan. Hoss' ncxi two bonus will be th Tony Herrera at Po-.t Worth Te.v.. A:irll 20. nml afainst Uomi- nlck Muncoiii at Louisville. Ky.. ... - Tlicv are no\~ "iti'br """" *'"' " ll - VI><xlcr '" ic 1 » 1 «»i-' to Incre.isc M.W ••InocHlutcd." nnd | Ilfcl U ' VTl'wcup 'of ''one'"^!, ' 'n^^nl Kticking in ii. Barney Ross Offers Fans Puzzle in Classifying Him By GEORGE KIRKSF.Y United l-rcss Staff Correspondent CHICAGO. 1UP) -Boxing fans are having a hard time classlty- '•" Barney Rosa, lightweight and Art Winch, are not worried over their fighter's failure to win more decisively. fans pspect too much When the raven-haired Chlcaso. >y won the doublp title from Torn- Can/xineri. some critics rail- time M ROOKIES' m REVIEW The first motion of the back- •viriB Lq nccomplished by' the body especially the hips and knees' Their action should result. In the arms moving straight, across the Ironl of the body. The wrisls should be relaxed so that they folow riuher than cad Uo not lift the chibhead nt the slart of the buckswlng as a t;ar- ciic' ijfus wlio jdftyod nL told me McSpatk-n's tl!'- more nearly .sound Kieat hitler with Eh,.' Ss. ^biu |»'an I..,,*.,-!, wuh Ulp 1rol "ery handy nrumui Hie xreen." He showed reinnrkablc nbiliiy i' o *'heu lie loured the"" four holes at Augusta in birdies I Charles Yatc.s. n youthful At- I isinta amiueur, hns been coming ""'t "I* tong h r r 0 e nt he t "is l1 a'mTm- >;cr of Ullr Walker Cup learn Pe"- "i^yoi, remember how Charley. Don't Forget CaudiH's Agency General Insurance Vtianc 7M % i \ D % D FORD V-8 PRICES ARE fifa^^^^^^^^^B^BEaifc^jaM^—.• J ^-^ J ^ J ^ J ^., J ^- - .. NOT INCREASED Now $50 and more lower priced than even 6-cylinder cars. Just think oi it! ! ! lie. sure to compare all Delivered Prices—fully equipped- and Hour Keif Hie substantial saving tes-fully i|/ *eetor M W THE NEW FORD V-8 COUPE Saa ONLY $646 First in Sales, Performance, Economy and Low Price WATCH THE FORDS GO BY. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. A V E L V c D Aulhorm-d Dealer Buy the New Ford V-8 and Save the Difference V f D rtcner lifts a hoe. The Idea Ls to nt HIP club almost straight back from the ball, using no impetus from Ihe wrists at. nil. until the swing reached a point where it is ut Iho point of starling upward. This action will be an aid to keeping the left al - m fairly straight. lorn- Can7X)neri. some critics rail- of the fuel that Ross i, V I °d U a home-town decision. Less more than any champion to keen tan^ three monllis later Ross went ji"lcr«i alive in boxing (loinnujrcial Soft Ball League Will 0|u;n Next Tuesday 'Hie Commercial soft tall league will make its debut here Tuesday nlBlit of next., week when two Barnes will be played. Games will be played every Tuesday night with two games a ni s hl. The •system will be any doubt as to Ross' superiority °™ r Canzoiirrl and lib right to the title. Row further enhanced his reputation by giving away weight and «-lrmin? decisively Iron, Billy Pe- trolic in New York early this year, ihen Ross founht Sammy Ful"• R °ston. in Chicago, and even nw fondest admirers had to ad |lt that he didn't look any too »d in winning a close decision Followi,,^ ihe Puller bout. Raw jftunt lo the ^ tlght *>'< clos *d early In bout. Some consider htm for- have won the decision The refrroe callnl It a" rtraw', so 11 'f it so at that. Klick now Ross' m«na«ers, Sam Han and tho other Klrby Brothers' 1 learn will meet Robinson's nl lro . D ( C K- re YOU f'otler captain . . - v • - IMIVI i ll UfOO- ably accept It. Then ROM will prove beyond any doubt Unit he Is n better fishier than Klick" Canzoncri ufMjay. They will represent the ^,'Ji: " aT5 ' lx * M«i's shop and ubbarcl Furniture company. T" Rev. s. II. salmon «•», GUARANTEED and Complete Une of House JURKE HARDWARE'CO. as expert as SHE? THINK for a minute -what if you had the house to nm, meals to plan and children to care for? Do you think you could do the job as well as your wife does? On the same amount of money? Be honest. The housewives of the nation study and know their jobs. They read the advertisements regularly 1 hey keep themselves informed of the best offerings oi the stores. They are expert purchasing agents. ihcse purchasing agents, from necessity or individual desire, aim to make every dollar spent return a lull one hundred cents' worth in value. They know their needs. They know through the advertisements .lust where these needs can be best supplied at the least cost. Such intelligent buying saves time and etiort and money. It results in a management of the home that is truly efficient. Here's some good advice for all of us Read the advertisements. Read them everyday. Through them we can know exactly what we want before we go to my. This is the surest way of securing full value tor every dollar you spend.

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