The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1931 · Page 6
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January 22, 1931

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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i'AGil SIX NKWS BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laiifer THURSDAY, JAM.'AiiV :._; Famed English Woman Champion to Compete m Florida Tournamcnls. BY CLAIRE BURCKY NEA Service Spcrts Wril:r NEW YORK.—The little Enj!.;:! lass who thwarted Glennn Cal!?:: In her filth attempt to capture th? Biilish women's gclf cliamtJlciii 1 !:? last May is coming u> this 'country to display the skill that wan thr English crown in her flvsl time She Is Miss Diana Fishwlrk. ; smallish, freckle-faced 15-yc.w-rltf British women's cliamp'.on by ri;: 1 .' of a series cf brilliant victoiics a' Formby over a field which liiclmi vi practically every top flight ivcsirai golfer in the world. In a senso, Miss Firtvlck Is returning the compliments AniwIraV feminine golfing troupe pnld Oi.'U Britain last spring. She Ins ••_•- | erulted five British lassies (o :iri!-:: j a six weeks tour oi New York mi. 1 ' Florida courses with hrr. ' Dashing Diana's playmates will be Miss M. White, Miss B. D:\- Perkln, Miss Haycock, Miss . Firth and Miss Kathleen Ganilmn Of this group, MLss Fis'iwick al:iv! tooi part in the repulsion of A'uijr- ica's invading forces at Sunntn;ihl r . H&- OHME , THE TiDO GREWfeSr FIELPWS FIRST BASEMEN OF ALLT1ME, M- ERRORS Irt A SMue GAME •• "Jumping "Joe" Is Jerking Sodas Now • Duilli-jr Chcrrs Dutffrs • We ti'ii'l all for, bey prod:»(-si I like Uoby Jones ur Hor'.on Sinl'.h. I ,I.o«k at Ed Dudley. 'i; K oih-r' 'day Dudley v.-ci'i l!:e Lo;- Aiuel:M | op::!. .1 $10,000 event. He .wore:! i 12,"5 :n ccnie In firsi, two strokes' : p.hi.acl of tlnit perennial runnci-iip : . Al Lspinosa and Rcltllc Loos ' I ; The story of Dudley's eamc- is' I fu!t of chapters to ilcliflit the' rt of Ihe duller w?io trle.s day i ! alter day to cut dovri the old I score. "Just lake on? stroke o!f i my score, today. O Lord." is the • prayer of the addict. Stroke by i .stroke, Dudley has come to ths lop. ... / N'n ri.-uti in i' ;m Dudley first attained ntlen- tion while playing lit Okla- 1 huma. He was no more' than u I fair uolfei lo start with; certnln- | ly his record shows no sudden Ihuninq of genius. In 1027 he j kept count (ju VJ rounds for an I1 average of aljoul 74',i. in the ncxl year. V, round's cut down Ins avriv.gc lo a shade under 74. in 1923 i:e averaged up 124 rounds, averaging about 73 1-3. Lust year he kept, .track of 58 round. 1 -:, und averaged a tiny fraction above 73. Little by little, that's coming down. In 1928 Dud-j ley ur.s lOlh among the profession-1 al medalists. This year he should | j l;e up nmc-ivj Ihc first live. ; Si":n of n Golfer '. Starting off lust yenr Dudley 1 .scottd 309 in the Let Angeles open. Tn the Agua Calicnle he . cained a little ijromul. linlshing 1 U]i with 307. He had a couple of very good days in the Texas open, winding up with '.'60. Flc must Hive had a Und ride on the train Z^i , frcin the Texas open lo Pensacola Fullbaclc Joe Savoldl, whcsc plunges over (he enemy line earned him Joe" at Notre L.-JIIIC. Is o;>craling on a difierenl line now. Her? Is Joe sodas in a Chicago ice cream dispensary. .Mickey Eulo. manager of the shop (or MLss Lee Strait. the at liili- liis new of "Jumping job. J:TktM;( is watching Joe pcur .1 sc;d'. r First Ward Soccer Team Undefeated in Contempt SYRACUSE, Fine Over Dog N. Y. tUP)—Joseph children and adults in ihe ncis.il- borhocd. %PLAYS BY CVERKTT S. DKAN llarkcllull Cnaeh, Indiana I). Jim Strickland, former Indium plnycr and nnw starring with ths New York Athletic olub, sVcnvs ex- | cellenl form, tor the clicst shot in. I (lie accoiupanyltig picture. Note th3 ., indvantagcoiis position of the ball, 1{ ?'!a position frcm wltlc.i he can shoot, 'pass, or pivot. Relaxation and conceiUratinn are two Important factors In slioclin^. The shooter conctntvales on th3 neat 1 rim, shooting with a nieriinm nio. natiirul Eni?llsh and with a Diana ,Fishiviek last ifay. Likewise she U ths only one who. has won any Impjriant foreign- titles; the others are 5-011115 and pr'o"mising players. The' British maidens will sail from-Southampton at noon cf Jnn 28, arriving iri New York Feb. LI They are to te entertained in New York, until Feb. 7, when they j-j- part for Florida. There will be a week to acquire a coat of Florida tan and then the entire team will participate In tit: Florida's women's chcmpionshK at Palm Beach, Feb. 16-20." During the days betv.-een t h i Fata.Beach event and the South Atlantic championship at Ormcnr Beach, Feb. 2-1-28, the girls prnbab- ly will Investigate the press ng3n'.s' claims regarding this particular garden spot of the world. Florida's East Coast championship comes off March 3-7 nt St Augustine, and ths girls will be there. Tills will conclude their team engagements but they have another full week before sailing for home via Liverpool. The 0-A clasa team of the Sudbury school, captained by Norman Speck, finished elementary soccer tournament without a defeat ic win the championship (or the year. The tournament has. been running since October and nine- teams j have participated In the elimination series which closed with' the Speck squad out in front with a perfect record. Five tcanis of the Sudbury school, three of the Lan^e Habcs was arrested by police and held for contempt of court when lie refused to turn over to author- 't Is estimated that t'.:3:-e a Uties his dog after It uns convicted 304.300 people in the United ( of being a nuisance. The dog \vas with the surname of Smith, re !,- charged with attacking other dogs, 1,024,200 named Johnson. Navy Bill Ingrain's nppolnt- mcnt us coach at the University of California will brlnjj a renewal of the ancient feud between Bill and Jimmy Phelan. ..Bill \vus at, Indiana when i'he- lar. was at Purdue One of tha biggest, pitchers .ui the bii; kngucs (temporarily at least) Is Mnx Brunson, late of Torre Haute, now wll-h the Cleveland Indians.. .Max' weighs 215. Is (i feet 2 inches tall and 20 years old...George Earnshaw Is nt Hot Springs, Ark., starting early lo get himself In shape to pitch four games of the . 1D31. world scries.. .Connie Mack and Tout Ehlue have gono to Mount Ply moulh. Fla., for- u month of golf...Chirk Griffith Is adrtiii 10.COO seats to the capacity of the Nat's park.. .Frank Navin has b£cii quietly buying ground nroiind Nnvnii Field for several years.. .planning on an enlargement. Q ihere he shot 21)5. But he came school, and one at the Central! riulit back at them at Savannah, j w | lrtl Participated, where lie clinked off a-nifty 288J rrnc 5ttl grade team of Lan^e Ho went bnck to Morlda for -the school finished.second with an av- L:i tlorcc o::e!i and did his four eragc of .833. i loitnds In M3. In Ihe North and! "^' e soccer' tournament was or-! Soiilli open he put down ' a 296. gauged, under the. direc't,ion of' Pro- Hi' started to icse n bit of'ground in Hie Southeastern open, in which he shot 258, but when he reached Oklahoma, his irons eat hut iigain and he registered 282. Osccolans Turn Back Invasion Of Dixie Fliers The Dixie Filers of niythevllle lost to the Oscoola liidependenU j at Osceolu In a fast sarne la^-t night. The score was 27 to 18. . Tiic Osceolans, who came from behind In (he second half to beat the Blythcville All-Stars last Mcu- •day nluht repeated the trick against the Fliers. > At the halfv,-ay mark the Blytheville team led 10 to 8. niythevllb's | defense cracked In the third quar- jter as the Osceolans hit their bcsi offense of the night. Rheubusli of Uie Osceola five was the hiirli jwlnt man of the came with 12 points to; his credit. Howerton of Osceola was second with scv- ;rn while Klnnlnclmm led the Dixie - Fliers v.-it'i six points. The linc-un follows: Dixie Filers (18) Pos. Osceola (21) Bible (11 RP Qanske (1) LF Cox (5) c Some of those 212 pounds thai won't come of! by golfing; hiking anil bathing, ble Jess Petty, above, Chlcngo Cubs' southpaw, Is -steaming off at Hot Springs, Ark. Big Jess figures he Etill has a few- good eatncs left In his system and has. promised them to Rogers-Hornsuy, Cub pilot. This photo shows Petty submerged in a steam chest. Didn't ClU'k in Open j Something went wrong with I the young man In the National open for he came in with a 303. When he got back to Pennsylvania, however, he showed everybody that lie hart been only fooling at Miimea|>oHs, and In the Pennsy o;:c:i he scored 285. He put down Ihc same score in the Metropolitan open a short time later, lie-cut a stroke off that in the Canadian open, corning in \vlth 2P-1. Of all Ihe events shown aknve. Dudly won only the Shawnte and Pennsylvania events. His sccre al Los Angeles Ulis year is 24 strokes better than he ditl lasl year in the same event. And he's just beginning to find out, what it's all about. The young man certainly has been making the' old college try. fesscr Charles Stubbs of the Sud- buiy school.' '•.'.. RITZ THEATRE Last Time Today SPC Joan Crawford am i 400. HcAVfrton (71 (2) Until Miss Fishwlck annexed the the championship of her homeland Jim Strickland she WES practically as much of ai unknown quantity abroad as in this i fuil follow-through -.vhirt gels Ins'Klnnlnnham (6) no country. Her rather unimpressive j* 6 * 1 *' "''o the shot and In a cood 1 Lewis (51 [, G record included two girls' cham- follow-up position. The chest shot I pionships. To her credit, however I* 5 quicker and harder to guard '• it must bs stated that she hart ncv-| ™ m ari} coiillictiii-- ideas \V a(t SwallowJn er tried her hand in majx ccm nr »=ns coaches with regard to tie "^ ""n""^" 1 petition. I proper mc'.hcd of shotting lon s j Sets New All Time Record; n From an analytical Visitors Win Over "M" Five The Haytl, Xfo., National Guard team defeated the Company .M five of Blythcville in an intem,:ing game at the Armory last night 34 to 22. ' The visitors had the edge all the way due principally to the sterling work of theh- center who wa.s cnsi- ly the outstanding player en ih» [court. The game followed the regular Wednesday night drill of Company . M and a fair sized crowd, attended. Exports have'estimated ths coal deposits in tile Ruhr district Germany at 28,500.000 tons. HOME THEATRE Last Time Today Friday an'tj Saturday. See of shoDtir.g lonj shots. Seme conches are strong •[advocates of the chest sr.o:. while ate equally stron? far the swings her club In an upriziit man-i l '" ::cr ' :c:1 '' d s!:o1 ' 7 ' 1;1 ' 1J ro:lrll;!i - ner. Although her club head mnv-. I llc ™«"- believe in allo-vin 3 the the British champion's game is in-1"",'"" 1 dividual. She elands straight and i olll?rs D-iCUS \Vntson Rmltli R'ieiibn«h 12 Langdon L. McKay; John G Burton 121 Hojlt ' T™^W. B. C.'Land Com' Hamrton i P ' ll1y nn<1 vir ? il McKay are warn- 1 ed to appear in the Chancery- Court for the Chickas?.wba District ] of Mississippi County, Arkansas, complaint filed against them iy_ Vermc-nt Savings Bank and Fl- Ann Harding in 'HOLIDAY' Admission—1Q and 25c. Friday and Saturday See Hoot Gibson Ch- v.n- LB ROY N Y. ,UP>- Charles [ delity National Bank & Trust Con Drayo ricesn t intend lo have him- pany. substituted trustee !se!f eugcd out of a national cham- " 3 " to ! plonship. freely, she gives an impression of l^" J /"'/ u = I' JJ V"" " 1 ! u "- 1 ^V ln I Drayo. proprietor of a restaurant. stiffness. Her ball has trc:u;r-.doi.: I °'°" to 80t a *"&•" de s r « of ac-1 acquired a certain distinction run on drives. She is p;rfect:nn i;. ~ . -A- . , ! through the medium of Riplev's her short shots. j The decnimj factor in LasketbaV, j -Believe It or Not" ->d claimed'a ! Her putting is c-haractcri-d bv i?,TS "v."'?,,!™ 1 ' 0 ^' 1 " 1 ' undamcn ,' championship, when he suallo»ed smooth, accurate swinging and re- Mm, L*w h" s : '! ler< ' J ?, reI mudl « raw egBS in no more than five markable control, v.-ith n-ver a ,v n ^ i f ^- nt n " ln prac ' » lr -» lc3 ttlm ° 5t ft l' car !""• '' H I- i '- i . Sfl ; ctm ? Praciicjj Recently, lie was siiidyinj Rip- .nouia ^bc e.c-sely supervised topre-1 i c y ps cartoon, when hj was vent p.ayers from develop;:^ bad j cliaerined to discover that I! o. s-oolmg form. Accurate; ftcdericks. of Reading. Pa., had jerky movement. Here stands erect, bending the waist, arms and as one. Some of her been known to concentrate on elbows and wrists; she aocsn'f rave to. . ,. . " •*• ; r iL^JCI n.rv.3, wi ivvivuni^, rn., UHU s..co.mg is essential to the tcamV I devoured 45 eggs In ten minutes. success. Coaches should Xeep aUvelit looked like a challenje. and a keen interest in basket practio Drayo accepted It. througn competitive drills. wh ile several of his patrons — — Ave^JT looked on, Drayo chose the hour ; A.\^ONfA. Conn. tllP)-Whcn; of 4 A. M., and In a scries of gulps Fanners' \ijht School Surc.ss I "'"flc Virzi lit a match to hives- i he dUtXKCd of 25 e?Bs in one m!n- iHLAN, Tcnn. (UP)—When c j u S nts a stranse noise in the nl^ht '. u te 58 seconds. Witness my hand as clerk of s.i'.d court, and the seal thereof on this 22nd day of January, 1931 . R. L. GAINES. Clerk. By Harvey Morris. D C "eid. Evrard <fc Henderson. Attorneys tor Plaintiff. 22-20-5-12 night school for farmers was estab-1 3n . . blew him out of the! "That." lie gasped afterwards "is llshed here several years a»D |-. r °om. He has filed suit for S3.5<»l a world's record." gained national prominence and ! darna ? es *B a!r -st the S?s cDmrany has resulted In the holding of th" . aritl lile 'anilord for fjllln-; tj fiv ! schools each year. Prominent Eiat-i t9n t2e 83* meter securely to the ! and county- lartn leaders sre stjied- : waH - ca »' in S gas to escape. uled to ap;«ar on this year's'pro-j " ! eram '- '• i'i«ad C-iurier Sc« Want Ads. tlon of a law prohlbittn? the crec- [tiin of hotels except lii cities of I more than 100,000 population. W.MIXIXO CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. Missouri state Life Insurance Co, Plaintiff, No. 4850 vs. J. E Threlkcld. et al.. Defendant. The dertr.dants. Vol Willlford and Molllc Williford are werncd to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Mi?i 0 url stale Lite Insurance Co. Dated Jan. u, 1331. R. L. OAINES. Clerk, By Harvey Mcrris D C Ivy \v. Craw lord. Ally. Ad Litem. 13-22-29-5 'SPURS' The King of the Smldle Admission — Matinee and Night—10 anil 25c. —while tM canini sleeps CJmartl (ffl, cor a PORTS with Beret to match 0.90 .jr lliis type of coat is immcnscry useful in any wardrobe its cssual smartness is equally at home on the street, for traveling inci for general utility we.tr. Other models of cweed and ill of the popular sports fabrics arc on display now priced so moderately that everyone can afford one this Spring. J. C. Penney Co., Inc. ;220-222 W. Main Street Blytheville, Ark. Also Sf rial—"Spell of Circus' and Comedy. A hair raUin; mystery drama, yd full of hilarious laughter and ro- ir.ince. From Uir stage success by John \VIILirri. with Helen T\velvctrces j Raymond Hackett i Admisrion.—Matinee—10-30c. N'ight—10 and 35c. NOTICE TO FAR! We are now writing applications for crop loans and would .be pleased to have you come in and discuss your situation with us. Our office in the First National Bank is open and can be reached through the side door of the bank on Second street. Sam Thomas, Secretary.

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