The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 10, 1931
Page 6
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XI.VTI M-:\VS BRUSHING UP SPORTS Golden Hurricane Looms ns State Title Threat With 1 54 to 5 Triumph. ; Jonesboro's Golden Huri ican;, | formidable contender for the Ar- i Kansas high school basketball title,: breezed through the defense of the! Blytheville Chlckassws for n lop-' sided 51 to 5 triumph last night at | •the armory gym. ! 1 The Jonesboro five, which won • second place in the slide tourna-' menl last year, had an easy lime with tho Blytheville capers. The- 'visitors, a tall ranr.y crew of speedy . 'players, employed the famous of- j fensive style cf theiArkan«as Ra/- .orbacks to sweep Ihc local boys off their feet. Hines and S. Keller. Jimcsbom " forwards, were the mo?l accurate • -goal tossers seen on ila nj-mory court since it was opened in December. ' The two crack forwards of t!i? Hurricane tied for hlph iwint honors with 17 points each. The two forwards succeeded m i biting the basket from every aiiRle ' carried the ball down to an easy but a fast moving- offense usually position for hitting the basket. Jonesboro scribes are touting !h^ present edition of the Hurrlcan? as the state championship live and i if the performance, of Coach Gels' j boys last night is any indication they arc well on their way (o tlif Arkansas title. Short, Blytheville guard, with one field-goal and a foul goal, was uii' only Blythevtlle man to score more thari one point with Craig and McAlee dividing the remaining tv.-o counters. Proceeding the boys' game the Blylhevilie high battled on fairly i Thp ! ™ 'i Tuesday' night the lilythevllle boys will invade Cooler, Mo., lor a game with the Missouri boys and Friday they wll play the Osccula Semlnoles at the Armory here Llnc-np CM ww HORSES ACROSS THE BOA&D in \(&, mm AWRE, SHERIFF OP WISHING TO ' SiWER BM.\.ToT"HE U>NNER OF & CERTAIN we RACE/ HAD A SILVERSMITH FASHIOM ONE R^ HIM. HoTSfllSFlEO M IMPERFECT BAUS <SO To UJASfe/ THE GCOP SHEWf OFFERED "&EM SECOND ftip THIRD PRIZES-. ^ .; : -t- 4 SENATES n RUN^ IN A SINGLE INNING— PE«INPAU6U REPOSED TbTHROW 1& *X ~ Kiiunil? recent (jrlf matches; TVT ipv \V7 • n 1 11 * 1 ™ otre Uame W i n s r ootball Award Jonesboro 54 8. Keller Hines S. Blytheville r, RF Craig Webb LF Burns. • Colston, Nunn •.-. BV EVERETT'S. DEAN Basketball Coach, Indiana U. .'Notre Dame during the iwst tight years lias won 121 basketball, gamcn and lost 46, for n pcr- Believe Record Set In Monticello Tilt MONTfCF.LI.O, Ark., Jan.. 'I'd,' What Is believed to be a record for scoring in a single game was set last night by the girls basketball team of Monticello A. and M. College wher. they defeated the Jonesboro Baptist College sextet, 143 to 1. The The ganw wns the second of a series in which the Jonesboro team met defeat. Tun Slrnkes a I'lesults of In Oregon and California were given as the basis for the as-ser- 1 lion that (he iww (roKtail will addi two strokes i>er 18 holes lo the layer's score. However, it seems just a little bit early yet for the man who .shot 99.consistently last i season to carrot himself. 1'erhajKi tl,c, Iniger-llglucr ljal| does add tW| |;.trokes lo a round.-Uiit until It }u\t| ' hml a further test, it is Jiist us *elli not (c be too sine. f>' I Bobby Jones lias 'declared hiVn- I'tlf In favor of the-new bull.''ff (he difference between the new and old ball were appreciable, with the new ball.suffering by the compqrll- j-on, Jones would not care so much ubjuj It. can tie'' depended upon to -say, whnt ' ; h'fe lliink's. tie. says the new ball will improve the v.-h'jle run of goll. and his kiiowledi;'; of a ball and what mukes II ^o ought to be given some credit. * • 4 Hngrjl l.thes It Waller lla(-.?n says the new ball wilt add 10 years to-hls tournament ccrccr. It takes no great amount of .ded-iction (o grasp, that he i wouldn't say that unless he found the hill. easier to play. A driving' tournament In Oregon disclosed,'11 was solemnly reported, that there Is u difference of from five to 10 yards in (he length of the drive tetween the old ball and the new, the old ball carrying farther. Can the. ball be accurately judged, however, ba the results of .ose I driving? Every golfer knows he has his good, anil bid days with the ririver. ' Hagen and Joe Kirkwood, Australian, are men ;viio can "do things" to golf ball. With both of Ihem' accuracy is attained by what might be called finesse. They are not sluggers; There is-a certain science and art about their shots that gives you the impression they arc. skillful rather than strong. Kirkwood came in with one of the finest nine-hole rounds played during the recent Pasadena tournament, a 32. The Australian trick- shct wirard did not stick, to the fairways all the time, either; some lot his best shols were remarkable I recoveries. * * * : Premium on Science I Tlie new ball is adaptable to .a I wder variety of shots than the old .one, but it is not a ball that will lake abuse. Tlie golfer who slams Teams /f (la rs in Draw Game, IS-J5 COOT-7H. Mo. -Two ur.deir-itcrt ijirU' ba -kcttall '.cams cla-hn.1 iwe last night—and both remain niide- 'Ihe Cooler Inch girls -ino (iv; ] girls' tram oi H-.iyli battled lo a I 15-15 deadlock in ime of the in-si | ii'xeiliiifi games of tho reason at itie J I'jcal school u,y:i! hu ni-^ht fceiorc i a pood audience. New 1931 niir.% | do not permit extia time lo play oil' : a lie. The Cuolor hoys vnif on the !os' ing end of thc-ir e:inie with rii,. 'Hayti (lulutat 2:i to 14 in a clcwly coiitrsted game for the fiiM hall. Texas Steers Triumph Over Razorbacks, 27-25 A03TIN. TEXAS — A lighting University of Texas Ijinkftuall lea::; ncscd out the clininrjioii'hip University of Arkansas live here !<"U jiigiii. 27 to 'ft. The Hleers literally foii«!H the taller Ra::jr- backs of! Uieir led a/tar u.iiling If, to 11 at the h::!f. i Texas trailed until the ! minutes when the Steers b:okc | loose with a desperate rally. Thnrs- \ day night Arkansas won'Ilu- :vii opener. 2!) to '2. C;\rdina is tlireo- "Down In Old Missouri" there k a pretty little St. Louis fan *-ho swears by Ciabby Street, Redbird manager. She year-old Sally Street, pictured above in the firm); of her daddy, the man who piloted (he Cards'to a National League championship last fall. The Hannel shirt worn by the baseball veteran is characteristic oi htm these days as hi cleans house, paints, a at Joplln, Mo. nd fixes up the home h^ t ^±°» t !f' tth , a "- thC / 10lenC S at dena ^pressed (he secret of plav hIB command, playing.for a short with the new ball when he said- ' pitch to the green, loses rather heavily by the adoption of the larger, lighter spheroid. . . One of the professionals at Pasa- "I'm going to buy a set of mashic-« irons and take a couple of weeks' off. The guy who can approach is: Going to win the next open." ! KEY IDRIBBLE PASS*" For the second consecutive i'enr the Albert Russell Ersklnc award, emblematic of the national foolbnll cliampionshlp, 'w'as being conferred upon Notre Dame when (he ceremony pictured above was held In New York's City Hall. Mayor James .J.' Walker is shown <at left) presenting a scroll to Kuule Rccknc. famous'coach of the "fighting Irish." Frank Carldco, Notre D.imc's star quarterback, is seen stand- Ing beside Rockne, At the right, is Hugh O'Donnell, president of the Notre Dame Alumni Association. The coveted trophy Is shown In the foreground. • Par Six Hole 740 Yards Long Oil Kansas Links Louis Lumicrc, French scientist, is reported to'have perfected a me- ord at Chicago, tal film on which photographs can be taken. Ed Hamm Named Track Coach aVGeorgia Tech LONOKE, ARK.—Word was re-1 ceived here yesterday that, Ed-1 ward Hamm, holder of many track | records and now a student at Georgia Tech, had been elected head Irark coach "of that institution effective Immediately. llntnm, a native of Lonoke. holds the Olympic broad jump record, formerly held the world broad Jump record and is holder of the broad Jump and 220-yard record In the Southern conference. .He first came into prominence while a/student nt Lonoke high school when he set R new broad Jump record for Arkansas hi?li schools and jumped 24 feet. 2 5-8 Inches for the Interschclastic rcc- 3N THE MATTER OP J. W. BADBR k ADMINISTRATOR, DBN, OP THE ESTATE OP J. MANHATTAN, Kan, Jan, 10 —' E. BELL: What Is believed to bj (he longest NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS hole of golf In the United States has been tentatively laid out. as part of a new nine being added to FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING' DEBTS, Notice la hereby given that I, American .Legion-Municipal the undersigned as Administrator, course here. According to ~" "~~ "-*- 1 - -' • ~ —-" tl-o golf plans, it will be from 740 to 745 yards long, a par 6, and will be No. 1 hole of the 18. A hols on a popular course injsas, offer for sale on a credit of IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE JONESBORO DIVISION OP THE EASTERN DISTRICT OP ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF R, N. McPorland, IN BANKRUPTCY. To the creditors of the above named bankrupt of Blytheville In tho county of Mississippi, Division and District aforesaid, a bankrupt. DBN, of the Estate of J. E. Bell, will on the 24th day of January. Notice is hereby given that on 1931, at the South door of the Court House in Blytheville, Arkan- Honolulu. Hawaii, is said lo be ap-j three (3) months the following de- proxlinately this same length. Tlie''scribed property: . Tlie East Half centage of .725. In compiling this record they have used the accompanying diagramed play for.several reasons. Coach George Kcogan developed a remarkable pair of guards In Smith and Donavan to help put this offenjw over. Both men have been mentioned on' All-Western teams. Notre Dame keeps possession of the ball well and plays very deliberately most oi the time. This system demands good guards and forwards. The guards advance the bail to mid-floor where they control It un til the defense comes out to force the play. Then the guard passes to (FI) vt-ho passes to <F2> near the foul ring-. <F2) will pass to t'.u guard going in or back pass ti tPl) .who -shoots or passes to thi (C) or (O)' going in. IFI) is in a fine position for a pass to an teamrm»t«. Notre Dame in the past ahvay has used with much success clever delayed offense agalns massed defenses. Some of her out standing basketball stars of th last few years have been Nyiko . Contey, Dahman, Smith. Donsvnn, Colerick and ihc Crowes. Legion courts of nine holes was ui'.t only last spring but proved so »pular that an additional nine 'as ordered. The new holes will be eady lor play early in the coming uWoor season. A Hindu will not eat. anything a Mos- c 1 . hat has been touched by em. <E«) of the Northeast Quarter (NE1«> o! Section 13-14-12 and the acre- atlon thereto belonging. The purpose of this sale Is foi paying dcbla of the J. E. Bell Estate and the purchaser will be requited to give good notes drawing interest at tho rate of 6%, In addt-j 9th - I931 - tlon thereto a Hen to be retained I on the lantj sold to secure the pur-| chase price. . '' ' Dated this December -27th. 1930. : I J. W. BADER. 11 12-27—1-3-1-10 Jan. 9th, 1831 the above named pc- tloner was duly adjudged a bankrupt, and the first meeting of the creditors will be 'held at my office in [he City of Jcncsboro. in said Division on.Jan. 20lh. 1931 at 2 P. M., at which tlrrs? the said creditors may attend, prove their [ claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come belore said meeting. At Jonesboro, Arkansas, this Jan. F. C. MULL1NIX. Referee in Bankruptcy RITZ THEATER Sunday-Monday -.*»''"' :V See Will Rogei-s in •--... lightnin' It will Electrify you. . Mntincc—2 'and -1 O'clock Night—2 Complete Shows. Admission—15 ami 40e. HOME THEATRE Sunday & Monday See 'Silent Enemy' Amazing because it is Real. Matinoe—2 nnd 4 O'clock. Night—2 Complete Shows. Admission—10 and 25c. HARD HOI.r.OWAY GIXCER TOU.tVKR PATTV SKARS OTHERS OUST The Constitution of the United - SIitet'provides for the admission otfdA* A*fes into the union, but san floihlng about territorial expansion as such. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK 1 THE UNITED STATES FOR j THE JONESBORO DIVISION! OP THE. EASTERN DISTRICT OP ARKANSAS, 1 IN THE MATTER OF i E. E. Byrd . i I IN BANKRUPTCY. j To the creditors of the above , named bankrupt of Lcachvi'.le In i ( the county of Mississippi. Division , . and District aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is thereby given that on ! Dec. 15. 1930 the above named pc- j littoner was duly adjudged a bank! rupt, and Hie first meeting of t th-3 creditors will be held at my of: flee in the City of Jonesboro. In : said District on Jan. 20, 1031 at 10 ! A. M.. at which time the siU' --: creditors mfiy attend, prove their lOlfA HOKVJN4 : claims, appoint a trustee, examine! — _.' the bankrupt, and transact Mich i MOrlEN OOESNT other t»isln:ss as may property . . —..... :: C ome before said meeting. 1 ' At Jonesboro, Arkansas, this I 1-8-31. "I P. C. MULUNIX. | Referee In Bankruptcy, i r. COAL Kentucky Small E£g 85.75 Kentucky Lump S6.25 Zeigler ~ - 87.50 Empire - - 89.75 Montavnl lo Genuine 12.00 BROWNE & RULINGS Phone 76 New Blytheville Ffdd & Coal Co. r Phone 196 or Ginger Tollivcr, vivacious daughter of a small town minister, who seeks to keep life from growing too dull by organizing a night club from which parents, babies and ministers arc barred. Bard Holloway, a young artist, who is hoboing through the country in a decrepit auto. . . . Patty Sears, friend of Ginger and a fellow conspirator in the campaign to alleviate gloom. These are three of the fascinating characters about whom is woven the plot of a stirring new serial novel, "For Ginger's Sake," written by Ethel Hueston, herself the daughter of a minister. Ro- jnance, a kidnaping plot, gay parties and thrills galore combine to make this an outstanding storv. Don't miss it. hee:innintr January 14th In COURIER NEWS

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