The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1930 · Page 6
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5" t- PACE SFX K I New Manager of Yankees Locals Win Hard-Foughl' Grid Conflict 19 lo 13;] Visitors Strong. ! ATTLING I h ell- '. way lo even-, terms after (rail- ' 13 points, t!'.': ; Newport hi'jli' school G r r- y- '• hounds gave fans ' at Haley Field a • ,-ainer unexpected | thrill yesterday i - iva m\ 'jfk-rnoon iH-Iorc- , Y*7J'**fi*5((i finall - v !<Kl "S ''-' i >/ * vy 1 ^ the Blythei-ille ! ^^^^j^^jjj Chickasaws 19 to | T.ne conflict, was one of the nios! thrilling games played here llil^ season and with the possible exception of the Joncsboio game !<i:»: Friday provided a greater assortment of excitement than has been the share of Blytheville grid followers in a long time. Let it be faid to the credit of the Greyhounds that they never gave up. "even uiough materially wcqltcncrl by the absence of Phillips, all- slate mention tackle, and ScliorT- ncT, all-district Halfback, from ihe lineup. The death of the father of Newport's star lackle yesterday cast a cloud of gloom over t h c Greyhound squad. But the visitors made Ihe game a fight all the way. for which Blyll'.evllle funs arc grateful. Pete Craig, husky fullback of the Chicks, scored two of Blylhcville'f touchdowns, one on an Intercepted pass, while Tom Short, the running star of the game, plunged across for the final Chick touchdown. Few, speedy Greyhound half- grabbed u pass hurled by Camp- b:ll from deep in Ills own territory and raced 65 yards to count the second Greyhound touchdown, while Campbell splinted off rW * tackle unmolesUxl for tlie first Newport touchdown alter passes had brought the ball to scoring position. Each lean! made eight first downs! Campbell, Few nnd Abcrnnlliy, Papooses and Reiser Draw, 0-0 Blytltcvllls's Papooses and high school touted to'Jhelr sct'.n'i draw of ihe season Friday afternoon nt KHscr with neither team displavlm: an offenr,-> stioii'i enough to cross the other's (joal' lino. . -, ' ... I'M; The I'apflous made the iriosl ;,er-! {JJ; lous threat of the gome wh;n tluyi/i', opened up a pasi'ing attack near I Vj! Ihc close of the first'half t 0 lake'W Ihc ball to Keiser's.fp'ur yard lln 1 Sri Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville, Arkansas Announcing Sunday Shows Sunday afternoon shows 2 to 5 p. m. Sunday night shows 8:45 to 19 j where Hie Umekecper's whistle halted the march. \Fisltti- was onj.,. Ihe,throwing end and Secoy, Pride, ft and Hiinls on Ihc receiving end oi.'p 1 the pass attack. .. | /,;! . failed to pen- Jos?p'.i Vinient McCailJry. Ml. and Colonel Jacob Rur-perl, iljlil, just luuliix nancd llu- con'.i.ict sliown before them, the New York Yankees hair a now manager. McCarthy, for the pa.-.; live SMU.OIIS manager o( 'Hit Chicago Cubs, succeeds Bob Shaw- koy, outgoing boss nl the Yanks. Colonel Rupncrt, owner of the baseball i-fiib. rc-vcnlsil only tjint the contract vras for two years, b»l it, Is belli-vcd to cull fo r tin annual .sulary In excess 01 $30.000. I sfiry rougl'.ncss. Ab?rnuthy suffered j i f l a broken nose In the inlxup on (lie I scilmnmge line. The half ended, j with the .score tied, soon after thr i next klckolf. i Short Oofs Over i Soon alter the second half ope.. { cd Blylheville got a break when Campbell fumbled Craig's puntanc Blythevlllo recovered on ,^.,.,. 34 yard line. Newport held, however, and took the ball over. Campbell on reverse play, raced 25 yards for a first down. Matthews, Chick center, Intercepted Newport -pass and carried It back eight yards. Short was good for eight yards and made it first, down ivltli another plunge. J. T. Craig and Shorl al- tcrnnted for u firil down on Newport's 15 yard line. Short and Pete Craig plunged to a fiisl down oi! Newport's four yard line. Craig hi 1 . Ihe. line Iwlcc and Short twice.! Short barely got the pigskin across the line for a touchdown ou the | fourth down. The try for extra i point failed. Blyilicvlllc kicked off lo Newriorl iTible Tommy' Coaches Porkers T 20 yard line In.-the Papoos-kw c*>' possession. .!• jji£ Harris and Purtlc show up well I'M In Coach Stewart's forward wall | M while P^or - Mocking cost gains the latter a-wlngmon who sustain-1Tbe Grey'.iounds punted and Short ed a broken nose in the first half but gamely went back to play c good game in the second half, and Williamson, lackle, starred for the visitors. Matthews, center, Luckett, guard, showed up well In the Bly- lheville line with Matthews making numerous . tackles. Pele Craig's boots were among the "best seen ; Haley Field this year. Chicks -Start Early The Chickasaws started off as if t!:ey were going lo run away from t'reir opponents. counting Iwr touchdowns in ' the first quarter. The Hudsoiimcn breezed down the field at the start to move into scoring territory. With Short and Pete Craig carrying the ball the Chick . atia'ck lugged It. within the dangsi ••zone. In two 'cracks at the Itnr ? onle ended. Craig pushed forward for a first down on Newport's' 12 yard line and a moment later he was ove~ left tackle for the first touchdown. J. T. Craig, who slarled nt quarter, instead of McAfee, kicked for extra point and it V.TIS good. Few, Newport half, sped off fov a. 14-yard gain and a first dowi 1 soon after the second kickofl bu' his gain vras nullified when J. T. Craig Intercepted a Newport pass ' He followed with si spring around right end for a first do-in. Blytheville's .attack bogged down al the Newport .20 yard line and the baV went over to Newport. Passing from the shadow of his own goal Campbell tossed the pigskin into thf arms of Pete Craig who galloped across the goal line for another Blytheville touchdown. Tlie try [of extra point failed. Trailing 13 points when the second quarter opened, the Gr<;y- rounds provided the biggest ihriV.- of the game by suddenly takine ihe offense • after they appeared hopelessly behind. Newport Comes Back After several desultory gains tr midfield Short ran inlo Newport territory on a reverse play. Pete Craig ripped through the line fo- six yards only lo tumble and Newport recovered on the Newport «0 yard line. J. T. Craig Intercepted a pass on the Newport 40 yard line' Weslbrcok crackad the. line on two tries for eight yards. A pass, Campbell lo Few. was good for 12 yards and flrsi down. Campbell tossed to Abernathy for 22 "yards ind a first down. The Blytheville backs broke up two passes. The line rushed anci Campbell punted 6 yards out of bounds. After an exchange of punt; Bums' fumbled on Blythevllle's 18 yard line and Newport recovered. After falling to gain on two plays Campbell passed ,to Few for a first down on Blythevllle's three yard line.- Campbell raced between his right (ackle andVguard to go over sUnding up for 1 . Newport's first touchdown. The try for point tailed . Short took Newport's Mckoff nnd lugged It back to Newport's 48 yard line. It was a brilliant return. Short vu. smothered at the line of scriaimage. Craig (ailed to gain. Craig booted over Newport's goal line. Newport's ball on its own 20 y»rt line when ball broughl out Campbell passed and McAfee, Chlc't £»fcty, ractd in front of Abtrnatr- failing 'to knock down the ball Abetn»Uiy grabbed the pigskin and sprinted «6 yards for Newport'.' M<oo4 touchdoyn. ( The extra po!ni vis iltowfd ; when! 'Colston. Chick taOitt, wm* p«n»llzea>for unneces- brought It back 20 yards to Newport's 3(i yard line. Craig fumbled and Newport recovered but the Chick lull Intercepted a Ne',s'poit pass a moment later. Newport fought back and look the ' ball aynln on its 40 yard line. Campbell sneaked otf right guard for 12 yards and a first down, Matthews Intercepted Greyhound puss In midfield. Short galloped tor n llrst down. Newport braced and look the ball. Campbell tossed n pass to Harris for n first down. Bath learns opened up their passing attacks witn only moments lelt. Short ntercep'.cd a heave and a moment io.ler Cnstleberry intercepted y Biylhevlllc pass. Burns Intercepted Papooses Harris Alley Tayloi- Puitle LTsrey iiayder Pildc Bro-jden l-'isher M'Mcy Secoy . Line-up Pos. LE • LT r.c; c. RG HT UE QB . HH JIB KB '"";§ Reiser W Cruse llJJJ Massfv S«K - Turner, Ml Brock ?,'• Davis I M! Ryan IJW! Lambert i 2W ' Bato 'W' ,,„...&] Johnson C ass iuy Seminoles Lose To Harrisbnrg Score 31 to I I I i <•:* 1 1 a Newport pass nt. midfleUt as the Lineup Pos. B'ville Pos. Newport Gordon LE Turner Colston LT Stewart Alexander LG Heard Matthews C Muck Lucketl KG • Bacus •Jaggers • nT Williamson Wiggins RE Aberimthy J. T. Craig QI3 Gregory Short HD . Few Wcstbrook nn Castlebtrry P. Crais FB Harris Substiutes— Newport: Campb;!!, Smith. Blytheville: McAfoe. Hill Tlptcn, -Raydcr, Burns, none, net- free, Merrlwolher i|[en:lrl\i; umpire, Stlckmon (Hc-udevson-Brown* headlincsman, Garrigun (Union): timekeepers. Mann (Hcmlrlx); Craig (Auburni. Time of quarters 13 '.4. OSCEOLA. Ark.—The Osceoln i Scmlnoles were swept off their feet by a heavy Htirrisburg team here Friday afternoon nnd losl lo the Invaders by n score of 31 to n. The Seminoles bnckfleld was badly crippled for the fray and Coach John Atkins was forced to use several youngsters with but- little experience In the game. The Seminoles will play the 'Par- ! ; f|1: agould Bulldogs at Paragould nest I'JiJ week. Last year Iho Hanisburi;;" eleven and the Seminoles battled to I a 0-0 tie at Hnrrisburg.' . | BABYLON USED DETROIT, . tUP) one o[ the earliest cities to adopt brick ns a standard construction material, according to the Common Brick Manufacturers' Assoclntion here." The bricks w^re of a rcctun- giilar form. To the General Public Business is almost al a standstill tij our city due lo lln: present financial depression. It is our belie,!' thai Sunday shows will stimulate business, give our people a place lo go for clean entertainment and pleasure, in general benefit the cily and community in a number of ways. We earnestly solicit the support of \every individual and orgaui/alioM in this effort to provide entertainment for the public, as well as benefit our business, the happiness of the general public and all oilier businesses in the city. 1 I I I I 1 Sunday, Oct. 19th w* *^ I'uck up >our I r o u 1) 1 is T ]i o -s c TIHEI> rome- il v. men :tre here uRain! I 1 I I, THE TWO BUCK-ROWS New "Why Brinj Thai Up?" has bscorne "Anybc^y's War." Join tlie fun and hear Ihe fcolislilmei-s! Hadio's original blackface duo behind the from. Comedy and Latest News reel USED BRICKS !JW| IP) -r- Babylon wni ))Ji SpecialMatinee Prices For All School Children, Grammar Grades, We, High School, 25c, Adults, 40c. Night Children, 15c Adults, 40c. 8:45 fo 10 p. m. Football Results Fred "Terrible Tommy" Thomson Is beginning his; second season as lead coach of "the University of Arkansas football teotn. Previously lie hod been assistant, coach hci-c for two years. Thomson learned his spsrls'at- the University ot Nebraska, where lie was n menibrr of the varsity football, baseball nnd track teams. He got his A. B. at Nebraska in 1922 and took a law degree In 1925. He was a successful high school coach in his i;on:p before coming to Arkansas. Thomson's appointment as head coach hero came as th.3 result of the Rrcnt lines he developed on Coach Schmidt's elevens of '27 and '28. Last year, Thomson's first season ns head coach. Arkansas won seven of nine games. He Is the driving type of coach nn demands the InLt ounce of fight from the m."n playing under him Thomson is an exponent of open football and this year presents (mother great pass- Ing combination in Uptmoor. Holmes. Dal; nnd Kyle to replace UlL 1 Millcr-Gels-Schoonovcr combination of last year. IN'THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. American Building and Loan Asso• ciailon, nnd W. L. Delo:iy. as Trustee, Plaintiirs. . I , VS. ,: A. Ij. Rragan, et al.. Defendants. WARNING ORDER The - defendant, W. J. Short, is warned tc appear tn this court wltlUn thirty days from this datci and answer the complaint of the| plaintiffs, American Building and Loan Association, and W. L. De-j lony. tis Trustee. In witness whereof, I have hereunto s't'l my liand ami the seal ol the above court this ntii day cf October. tSeal) W. W. IIOLLIPETEH. Clerk of the above Court. Dy Haney Nfon-li. D. C. Jrs=o Taylor, , Ally, ad litem. 18-25-1-8 ^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^i^JS^^^^'.y^f^^^f^fiys^flS^^^^^^a Notice to Levee El Dorado Junior College G. Little Rock Junior College 0. I Arkansas'Tech 0, Magneto \ ^ I M. 0 (tic). Arkansas College 12. Or^irks 7 Tulsn 27, Hendiix-Henderson 0 Slate Teachers 7. Jonesboro A A: M. 0. Henderson State 38. Momlccllo A. «: M. 0. Ouachita Reserves 25. Harding 0 Hlth Sfbool Gurdon 7. Prescolt 0. Dcrmott M. Wilmol 0 Conwny 44. Heber Sprincs 0 Booncrtlle 13, Dnnvillc 0 Atkins 21, Charlrsicn C. McGehec 1. Warren 0 Hamburg 13. Eudcr,-, 7 Benton 24. Aikadclnhla o \yalnut Ridge 6. RJc; 0 r 0 Camden Midgct.s 14. Sandyland 7. aiorrillon 25. Oz.irk o Bentonvllle 27. Fayetieville (University Hijth) 0. El Dorado 18, HajT.csvjlie La 13 Sheridan 0, Englr.M 0 Searcy 13. England •> Paragould 38. I'isjoi; o Dardanclle 2. Alm.i o Earle Is Defeated By Wilson EARLE, **rk.—Tlie Bulldoas of Wilson high' emerged victorious in a hard fought game with the Earlc high.team Here Friday afternoon to .0. • • Tlie Bulldogs counted t'::c lone touchdown .of the game and played stubborn defensive football to turn back the threats of the home team. Cotton Plant Team Is Beaten by Jonesboro JONESBORO, Ark. — Jonesboro high school'? Golden Hurricane won a 29 .to 12 victory over Ihe Cotton Plant high team here ycs- tcrd»y. It was the first defeat" for Cotton Plant !n two years. Covlngton and Droller. Jonc-sboro ends, played outstanding games, receiving passes frequently and star- j IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOB THE CHIOKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mississippi County Building & 1,0311 Association of Blytheville, Arkansas, PlaintilT, No. -!7fl9 vs. Tress McBride, Mary Ann McBride, si non-resident minor. Marjory McBride, a minor, and Teresa iTioss) McBride, as guardian of Marjory McBride. WARN ma ORDER The non-resident minor defendant, Mary Ann McBride, Is hereby warned to appear In this action within thirty days and answer the complaint' of ML«:sslppl County Dnittiing & Loan Assoclnlki: of Biylhevlllc, Arkansas, seeking to foreclose a mortgage on Lot 9, Block A o( the Richards Addition to the town, now city of Ulythevllle, Arkarusos. Witness my hand, as clerk ol said court, nnd the seal Ihcrco! on this the 27th day of September 1930. • w! W. HOLLH'RTER, Clerk. By Harvey Morris, Deputy. 27-4.'fl-18 Men ring oil defense. Covlngton. Smith Hot Springs 20, liu.wUville 13. Stuttgart 41. A«wa o Brinkley 41, Wyr.i-i- .1 Waldron 14. Map/r.',. n • Mansfield 21. Paris'"o ' Malvern 26. Hope 7 Nashville 21. Amity ft Read Courier News VvTaTAds. i and Daniels led the Jonesboro attack with Panncck passing and running nicely. H. Proctor an-l I Wood, with long dashes for touch- I dowm, were the outstanding phy- I ers for the visitors. ' : , Thomas A. Edison haa five chi;-1 : dren, throe by his flrsi tnnrii9E<> : and U'O by his second. P •-'•; SreiVte^ Wont CLASSIC Will/ The Levee Tax Books Will Be Open for Collection at the Following Places:Blytheville Court House Oct. 1st to llth, Inc. Osceola Court House Oct. 13th to 18th, Inc.. Blytheville Court House Oct. 20th to Nov. 11, Inc. Leachville Bank November 12th Manila Bank November 13th Blytheville Court House November 14th and 15th Osceola Court House November 17th to 22nd, Inc. Blytheville Court House Nov. 24th to 29th, Inc. Lyn P. Gooch, Levee Tax Collector Blytlieville, Ark. i t

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