The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1930 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 16, 1930
Page 6
Start Free Trial

,'f;'pACjtrsix (AUK.) jfXjUKlEU NEWS unds Play Chicks --~.~^^-^^== = ^ = ^-.-z-- = - = ^^ K_ J R. (030 HEM LINE TO Hudson Working to Iron ' Out Chicks' Faults o( s Last Friday. UT to nvenge their first detail , in saines by the I Golden Hurricane 1 of Jonesboro last I Friday,' the Bly-. ' tneville It I E li Chicknsaws \vilj take on the in : vailing Newport Owyhounds Just tomorrow attcr- noon at 3 o'clock. Coach 'KenryHudson has heen . 'sending his cnargcs through some brisk workouts this week attempting to iron out the vnrimis V,T:,X- nesres that appeared in the Jonesboro encounter. The Chicks were especi&lly weak In blocking mid tacklinr against the formidable Jonesboro squad and Hudson has been drilling his ilicn ill tlie fundamentals of the enme this week. Poor blocking in the Hurrlcnne battle was noticeable especially in llw backfleM and seldom did a Chick back receive enough assistance for a chance to pass tlv$ scrimmage line. . • Tiie Chick mentor was riming George Matthews, lanky center of I the tribe, In the rear works during 'a scrimmage session yesterday.! Matthews and Westbrook, a husky' halfback, both have the size and •power to prvlde -some effective blocking and Hudsn may be freed t-nse this pair if lie can make them fit Into the backlield in any fashion. .- The Chicles' weakness at the wing! posts still exists and it is doubtful; if the trouble can be remedied i much this scnson. The youngsters! stationed at tho outer posts are' istill green at their jobs and It will late a season's work to give tlic'ln tlie necessary experience to hold down the positions effectively. I Newport boasted ona of the best teams in eastern Arkansas last, season and ore expected to give the Chicks some stiff opposition tomorrow. Ifcwpert lost to Pnra- guld this season, but Pnragould Jans are already boosting tlie Bulldogs as the equal of the Chicks or Jonesboro Hurricane so the loss to th; Paraguld team Is not being taken as an indication of weakness by the Hudsomncn. The Greyhounds are bringing one of the heaviest U'n&aj in the state here including two 190 pound tackles. Humes high of Memphis, con Pity the Poor Halfback ruia | strength of the Coast elevens. | O f intersectlonal games will make-at New York. Thus It nas been firmly es;«y:isli-1 possible a closer estimate of the ! Pcnn State at Iowa. ed that Intersection:!! Raines — relative merits of the finme as played In the different .sections, they hardly win determine a "national champion." While there may bo a lot of talk in the next few layed or Mmcduli'd to \K ptaytd on | months about n natlonul champion, j nt Chicago, the remaining Saturdays, should I a national football championship' N'ovrmhrr 2 eccl all others in point of in- i Mill remains a dream. | c-ror^ctown it Ut-trnn •sectional lium*t. It is true! The Four Hoiscmen ot Notre < " i0r ° umn nt u - ctr0 ' 1 - Intersoctlonnl clashes between teams from different geographical sections-arc fine fur football. The 10:tO season, with mere than 30 of Ihcsc contests' Pittsburgh at Ohio Stale. Southern Methodist iU Navy. Georgia Tech at Pennsylvania. November 2J (A. .M.} Oregon Slate vs. West Virginia HAMS ISUING HIGH | iliut they do not provide the in' i,?nsc rivalry of traditional opponents, hut as a countcr-baluiur tl'.orc is the Dan:.; in 1924 made a ci'eru record: If c-ver it team had a right to hi- called national champions, that Uunic o'titllt did. Uut the . r .• i. , rt (!o*-n tctllonal prejudices snj ill pour Horsemen did not play a bin- ! ornh On Undtron IVlap. icirimmg the football world into ! B'e team that was champion of its | une group. • I own section. More cclor and i Army vs. Notre Dame Unittnoiuli nt Stanford. Maryland at Vanderbilt. UeceniLrr 0 Noire Damu at C-ilif i^im Detroit at Loyola (New Orleans). 11V !.. S. II.AKKV) MacPb'iill Thc-ro.v.-as a time when the Kast ti-nd the games tin; wns nil wi.i|>]»d up In the notion! Ihcy are .'.ch?dulcd fur the regular: llul the Itolball sun not only roji-' j-t-ason while tin- contesting elevens' but also t,et along the Atlantic Ma- aie in stride. The majority of the! .board. Tliat was only a raw.years, inlcnoctional gnmes h:we ago. ; b'pii Miiged as post-seascn games Then Iowa Journeyed east to-New, l'"e in December or In January, Haven; Jimmy Phclun took a fast- '*'i"i l lic rcsiili that they hav.? beon' movinK Purdue machine to Cam- 1 "'"k 1 nlt| re tlinn exhibiions. To e>:-j bridge: .Notre Dame made annual' I'fci a team to retain its playin 1 ;; pilsrimnfis thai mubiished tlie Cl1 ^-' for six wr,?k-s alter tlie sea- • Army mid sank the Navy. .The!- 011 closes, with the weather of elite i:ast sal u]> In wonderment.: slll: » nature as to prevent oul-of-! Tlui'C Georgia victories over' (!o01 ' pnictire in many sictions, is \ ___ interest will at- 1 7 he ma -l° r Interscctional contests FIGHTING HVMN AT NTimiNG liis fall because i ^nediilcd for this fall are: . TWICKENHAM. mpi'-i-T h cl Can you blunc a ns-p-junri hallbnvk for shiverlnx just n little when he tecs 430 pounds cf tackle c:.:nlng at him? University 'of Alabama has more pounds of tai-kln tl:(.n that, but MO pounds of 11 is packed proct Ihat the South is up »i:d Tl:- contests tills fall played I ceiling In n, football way. When therefore, will be a much better i Stanford r6»tcd the Army, and throughout the resnlar season, i tolldly Into HID frames of Abe Sir. ;lon, loft, and "Big Boy" Ck-menl, S<' ll "- c: ''n Cullfornla swamped Cur-: lest of strength of iwlh the teams right. I3olh ttcro iili-conference in" i a yenr ngo. clement Is captain this reason, with Slngton lining In as alternate, captain. quercr of Memphis Central, will furnish opposition for the Chicks her.? Friday. Oct. 24 and I'ara- aould's Bulldogs will be here Friday, Oct. 31. Tech and I'lllslmrgh last fall, ' and rations. ever, ilv most- partisan of eastern supporters acknowledged the While the increar.e in the numter October 18 Florida at Chicago. Carnegie Tech at Noire Dame. Pennsylvania at Wisconsin. October 25 Notre flame at Pittsburgh. Indiana at South:-rn Methodist. Mississippi at Chicago. Novcmbrr 1 Princeton at Chicago. Pittsburgh at Nebraska. Kansas City at Pennsylvania. November 8 .Michigan at Harvard. Illinois vs Army at New york. Ohio State vs. Navy at. Baltimore. Notre Dame at Pennsylvania. Georgia at New York University. ' Fcrdham at Detroit. November 15 .St. Mary's iC.ilif.) vs. Fordham hymn 'Tight the Good Fight Wit'r All Thy Might" was sung at a [ wedding here. NORTHAMPTON, (Tjp, _ Tnc highest price for Hampshire ram lambs since 1927— S13G.50-was pai'l at the ram fair here. There vw fewer shearling rams than j,i any year since !'J22. Announcement I have opened my place of business at 11-I W. .Main Slveet. On The Outside - Looking In By "DUKE" Belov,- are Euesccs on grid battles this week: Fcrdycc to beat Pine Bfuff. Blylhevillc to beat Newport. Notre Dame to bent CarncBic Tc,ch. / S. M. U. to beat Buylor. Army to beat Harvard. Alabama to beat Tennessee- Diutmciilii to beat Coliunbln. Centcmry to beat Slctson. Georgia to beat North Carolina. Minnesota to bent Indiana. L. S. U. to bent Miss. Aggies- Illinois to bent Northwestern. Nebraska to teat lou'n Stale. N. Y. U. to beat Missouri. Cornell to bent Princeton. Si. California to beat Utah Ag- gies. Tiilahc to beat Birmingham Sou. T. C. If. to bent. Texas Aggies, Ynlc to h;nl Brown. Wisconsin to beat Pennsylvania. Vanderbilt to beat Sprlnu Hill. Sewnuce to bent Mississippi. Brazil Has Chance to ; 1 Increase Banana Exports j LONDON. (UP)— Opportunities i for Brazil to Increase greatly its! i animal banana exports to Europe'' are excellent in the belief of J. C. j Muni*. lira/lllan Cansul-Gcnera! [ 111 Great Britain. > Munlz (jays thai the total an- I mini world crop Is 100.000,000 '• bunches. Of this crop Brazil pro- I dr.ccs 5,000,000 bunches fur expo: 1 - I tation. Pour million stems go to I the Argentine. Brazil's best ba- ' nnim customer, and a million . bunches or sent, to the ports of \ Great Britain. j The United States Ls the world's j greatest importer of bananas, j Munlz said. Last year G55.COO.OOO bunches entered the United States and realized $36.000,000. Good News for HouseuwesJ Two BIG VALUES IN TURKISH TOWELS It's a comfort to know tint your linen closet is abundantly stocked with towels! Anil if yours isn't _—you owe it to yourself to slnre in the savings this event offers 1 Soft-spongy-absorbent bath towels of double-thread Terry cloth in all white or with attractive colored borders. HOME THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday SEE All Talking with Picture*! HOLLYWOOD'S .LOVING NEWLYWICDS j Bebe Daniels & .Ben 1 in, 'Alias French Gertie' And VAUDEVILLE Pictures only Mntinee — 10 ami 25c. Night — 10 and 3ac. 18x36 Inches Ske 22x44 Incites 15c 25e Face Towels with'colored borders or all white 23c 39c 49c 98c RITZ THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday A PICTURE FOR EVERY SQN — DAUGHTER — FATHER—MOTHER! EUOTT NUGENTjwd.LQUiS MA.NN n J. C Penney Co. DEPARTMENT 220-222 W Main SI. *Sins of the Children' You'll Laugh 1 You'll Love It ! You'll Crv! An Our Gang Comedy — "Bear Shooters". News! Adm. Matinee—10 ami 30c Adm. Night—10 and 35c. STORE Blylhovillc, Ark. Coming — Milton Sills in "THE SEA WOLF". Moran & I Mack in "ANYBODY'S! ;WAR", Norma Shearer in| i"LET US BE GAY", Ruth: • Chaltoi-lorj in "ANYBODY'S! i WOMAN", Joan Crawford in I "OUR BLUSHING BRIDES". 1 WAKNINU OKIJlilt ! Natimini SRVinys & Loali-'Associa- tion, Hlaintiir, No 48JO vs. Charles' 13. Brasiicr. ct al., Do- j fondant. | The defendants, diaries B. _ Brasher and Hattic Brasher, are j warned to appear within thirty days m the court nainod in the cap. lion hereof ai:d answer 'he ccm- plaJnt of the plaintiff. National Havings & Loan, Asa>ci;Uio!i. Dated Oct. 8, 1030. W. W. HOLLH'ETEfJ, Clerk, By Flnrvoy Morris. D C. Oweiis & Ehrman. Attys. fo r plaiiitiff. 3-16-23-30 See our SALK on tinns. OMvClCNT luilel i)rc]j;ira- Pellagra Medicine H. C. Campbell Chemical Co. (fSluo Front) 'Lower Prices-Bigger Values For You in Men's Clothes' Hart Schaffner & Marx i Have Created A New Suit Value to Sell For EXTRA TROUSERS $7.50 Hart Schaffner & Marx have always been on the alert to grasp new production methods that would give you better clothes for less money. This fall they've made new strides forward with the result that we're able to present the best suit of clothes we've ever seen for the money WORSTEDS TWISTS DIAGONALS CASSIMERES TWEEDS Bigger Values in Hats, Shirts and Shoes, Too! Fall Hats Fine Shirts New Shoes $J.95 $g Lustrous Broadcloth Better Leather, Work- or Poplin manship and Style Never Bought Finer Ones New Mead Clothin '. I -\ C3&

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free