The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1930
Page 6
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SIX BLYTMEV1LLE. (AHk.l COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1930 Chicks and Earle Open Grid Season Here Friday B. Hi CRIPPLE LIST US GDI Short and Burns Join Young Craig On Injured List; Hall Shifted to Backiield Henry Hudson's lilylhcvillc high Jhlckaraws will make Ihelr 1D30 tetut on their home gridiron Frl- ; ay afternoon at 245 o'clock when .hey tackle tha Earlc high eleven. 'Local pigskin fans will have their 'rst chance to glimpse the li. H. S /arrlors in action this year ami- hou'ing of the Chickcsaws against ] he Earle eleven should go a long i ay towards predicting tli-jlr per- 1 ormance the res; of the season. I •Jnless some of the Chicks backs] •.c-covcr rapidly from Injuries how: ver Hudson will- be forced to pre- mt a make shift line-up In the _>ar works when the Maroon and .Vhitc warriors take the field. Ton' Short sustained a bruls-?d •'noulder Monday that may keep •le broken field stepper out ol the ne-up Friday although Coach i iudson Is hopeful that he will be :ady to go. Bobby Burns, practlc- lly tits only capable reserve back : n the squad, is also handicapped •1th a bad left arm which has •cuble'd young Burns annually. If ' hort and Burns are unable to start nd with J. T. Craig, the best run- .ing back of the lot, out with 'a ',roken collar bone, Hudson will ''.a've plenty of worries. The Chick rtsntor 'anticipating a crippled ackfield, has shifted Ben Hall. 923 letterman, from nn end posl- ion to a backfield berth In a des- ;erate effort to bolster the Chicks' . eaf works. Tte Chlckasaws' prosi>ects in the ;ine are looking up with Blanchard .md Bone displaying Eome good wojk at the, end posts. This pair \long with. . Gordon and WJggins, .vho look "like the first siring wing- men;. are all inexperienced bul should impros-e 'rapidl.v. Oolncon, '.ha husky, tackle candidate, has been coming to the fore swiftly of lait and is due to see' plenty of iCtvice. Tipton; youthful candidate for the pivot 'post, 'Is beginning to learn- the tricks of his position and with a lew more' games under his beli should prove: : a fair under' ' How INcw Homo Run Kin Sends 'Em Over the Fence PLAY IN BOTTLE TDBEjplH Bobby Jones, Medalist As Usual, Faces Stem Task in Copping 4th Title. AltDMORE. Pa.—Aflsr leading throiiEh the qualifying round or tlio National Amateur championship with a splendid 142 for the 3G holes, Uchby Jones was to take up the more serious business ol flyht- Injj his way through to a fourth title for the season against the track stars of the amateur ranks in 18'hole maleh play. Jones has long been recognized p ns tht' greatest medal player in j ll:o woiUI bul even his most ardent ] • supporters admil that anything can hap|>en over the short 18 hole mutch play route. However, Bobby Is a big favorite to repeat his triumph in the other major tourneys of the year with a smashing ! victory in the Amateur champlon- ll'.c tourney that a champion had not qualified. Such stars as Don Moc, Port,-. land. Ore., ace; Frank Dolp,'Roland | McKmzie, Kcele Carter, .Piancls ' Biown were among the ones whs ' lKl to qualify. Hornsby New Pilot of Bruins HOT PHILS Red Birds Set Record (or Base Hits While Cubs Idle; Robins Fade Out. CHICAGO.-Rogcrs Hornsby will succeed Joe McCarthy as boss o! 1 the Chicago, who are still h) the midst of a desperate uphill lignt lor the National league championship. Whether McCarthy will finish oui I Counted another step toward the present season at the helm of | National league throne the club or whether Hornsby will Thc chlcagc Cubs w be In charge is not known NEW YORK— Beneath the watchful eyes of the American league champions, who watched the game from the grandstand at Philadelphia, the St. Louis Cardinals won over the Phillies yeslcr- ship. The Merlon Cricket Club course over which the championship tourney is being played was the scene of some hectic battles against rat yesterday. George Von Elm, Los Angeles star, finished a stroke be- There's in these milts! They belong to Mrfl Hack Wilson, of the Chicago Cubs, who has made a name [or himself in the home run industry. Fifty-two circuit clouts has Mr. Wil- scn hammered out already this sen- son—n half-dozen more tlinn Babe Ruth 1ms been able to gamer. Here's the fnce that has sunk a'thousand or so pitchers, and— Here's the way the new Sultan of Swat, looks when he steps uu to the plate, wraps his diyi'.s around that old pole, and glares In the gcn- eial direction of t'nc pitcher's box. You can tell lie's gel- l^:*; il'.idy to • ix,)nul oilt another homer, sweet homer, but— • Hc jiut "Hacked" away at the first ball pitched. Strike cue. Bul the Windy City's ]>rcml:r batsmnn grazed the horEclilde wllh his big stick, even \o, and onlookers got a glimpse of his mighty swing. But don't think Mr. Wilson !s golni; from bat ID worse, because— .. , Billo! Right on the old but- lcn! S j, at;e doesn't permit a ^^ „;,_, (o ^ wherc t))nt "I"' 10 lr!lvclccl whcn SIr - wilson finall >' scnt il c11 it5 way—but the grin on the sock monarch's fac? as he v.atchtd the tall soar away from his war club tells the story! National Leajne W. L. SI. Louis 89 Gl Chicago mi M Brooklyn 84 CO New York ....'. 85 CT Pittsburgh - 18 71 hind Bobby for Ihe total 3(1 holes! Boston 69 82 i with Fay Coleman of Culver City.' Cincinnati 5'J 90 j Gal.. In third place on the qualify-' Philadelphia 51 100 ling test with 145. [ Harrison Jimmy Johnston, de> fending titleholder, failed lo quali- | fy for the match play test despite i a fine comeback yesterday when ; he scored a 73. His 83 the day before left him just outside the charmed circle. Johnston's failure to earn the right to defend his crown ill match play marked the (list lime In the 34-year history of Pet .593 .513 .560 .550 .523 .457 go Cubs weie idle yesterday but were to swing back hit' action in a desperate effort to overtake the leading Cards today. The Macks watching the Rvt Birds witnessed an assortment r* plain and fancy slugging seldom ssen In a major league game. In fact, the Cardinals' 20 blows off the Phillie hurlers marked a season's record for base hits in a nhir: inning game. The Phillies did some proflchn; hitting on their own part, comh- ing the offerings of the On-d h»rl- ers for 1C bingles. Wild Bill Hallahan. Card ace. was about the only effective pitcher in the game. .The New York Giants erased ihr Brooklyn Robins from the p?n- American league W. L. Philadelphia 100 50 Washington 91 58 New York 84 6fi Cleveland 19 72 Detroit 74 16 St. Louis C3 B8 Chicago 59 fll boston 50 99 . • 39li nant picture by handing the Dods•331 ers a n 8 to 2 defeat yesterday. T!i: Giants also drew up on almost.=v< • terms with [he Robins in tr>~'' Pet battle for their place in the N.v •6G7 tional circuit. •61: Jackine May limited the Pi'i • .560 . burgh Pirates to three hits and tiv •52-51 Cincinnati Reds won easily fro'n •493 , the Bucs, 8 to 0. In a second game .420 the Reds again triumphed 5 to 2 .393 with Ken Ash holding the Bucs •33i; I ro six hits. . The local grldders- went Ihro'uBh scfimmage rcssions Monday . and Ttiesday with particular attention being -given to defensive workouts. Several new plays have been added to'lto Hudsonmen 1 repovtolre but will hardly be used in Friday's game- The Earle team will 'open its season here Friday it, is understood, while the Chicks already have oiv; game under their, bells, a 33 to 7 victory over the Portagevillc high eleven. Last ysaj.-the B. H. S. eleven de- feat«ti,.trie F.arlc team, coached by Martin Bird, 36 to 7 in a game trial was closer than the More indicates' while In 1S28 the Earle squad sprung the surpris.3 of the year by holding the Hudson crew to -a draw. GAMES TODAY— Aiwricsm l*agiw •Washington at Boston. lOnlyVgame Scheduled. Sad Tidings From I tie field at Noire Dam wlierc, t l!0 football candidates are tattlfngffo'r Ihe chnnce to play on one of gillie teams. co:nc tiding that are disturbing. The other nay they brought forth n brnn'd new tackling dummy, and It had been in use ouly about an lionr when Jumping Jce Savoldl. giant fullback, flung himself upon Ilie straw man with such fury that Hie rope by which John Dummy was suspended parted with :i snap and the dummy went crashing I: earth. When they gel worked up, those rish are rough people. The Awful Yews We have at hand another dis patch from South Bend, brarin iwful ness's. Knute (iocknc fnc; T year tho.1 -.would turn Hercules lair gray. Jack Elder has Rone. Bud Gcberl, quarterback ol liic shock troops, has departed. The calamity of graduation wl|>ed out Captain John Law, guard; Tim Moy- nlhan outl Joe Nash, centers; Te:l Tsvoiney, Inckle; John Colrick and r .'. National 'Brooklyn at Philadelphia. "Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Only games scheduled. Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Aoditor Specialising In Income Ta», Bookkeeping Systems nme n tngrun Bldg. BlytherUle, Ark Ed Collins, left ends, and Man- red \telp, right end. There is a ten-game schedule just nhcnd. vlth hardly .a breadim? pell. Five ol the reserves niirt ten of the candidates up from las: •ear's freshman ranks, men upon vliom Ilocknt' depended for one of he teams, will not be able to play. • » * Cnmc the: Mctlioilists On October 4,,_ the Southern Mi'lhodlsls come.lo Notre Dame I'J help oiicn up the new stndhun And ilon'l Id anybody tell yon those Eouthern Mcthodlsls are not hard people to- bent. It looks pretty sad, Terrible schedule, bunch of slurs lost hy giiulunlion, freshman crop disappointing, mid all. And only 120 men like Joe Ravoldl from \vhlch to pick about eight football teams! Pardon me for a moment. I don't often break down like this, but alter all of HQcknc's'ycars of turning out football teams at Notre Dame, surely he deserves some bcl- ler late. V. R. WASIIAM—Transfer Dally trjpb to.Memphis. 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