The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1930 · Page 6
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• • • ' ™ v " "*," -—"••* •• ••BRUSHING UP-SPORTS m-YTHF,vrr,i,rc, _{ARK.)_COUBIEII NEWS_ " * •• i • " ' I I • A • K • A.' b * k •) JJ j By Lau Jlytheville Par Cliasers ; Rout Missourians and .. : Gain 1st Foreign Victory 2OR1NG TI1F.1I!' flisl victory 0:1 n , [oreisn coin-so, f golfers cf the Blytheville coun- tiry club Jcansey-' r Mo., Sunday tc 1 defeat the mashie wielders of I h.; Misjcin-l toivn in i a n inter- clul • tourney, -27 to 1. .Johnnie Pepp. pro of the lc:al | vJb,' turned In the best niedn'; ;, ire for the 18 r hcle compstlibn | •'•;th 75 strokes for the round. J. H. , :'• ;lson of'the Charleston clv.b was i -.- .:ond In medal score with nn 84 • .ule B. A. Lynch, Rodney Ban- : "-:ter and Bob Kirstiner tied fur I oo'rid Blythevllle low score will- 1 ; each. • The tournameul was scored ou ; point system wilh three pjlnt- -ing allotted in each Indlvldua' j •jtch except where lies existed, i C ic .point was awarded the lo\> •••dul winner of each match and • c point for match piny. winner ; each nine holes in the Indlvl:)- -•..| matches. Three matches rciiilted in scm- a-tles with the players uattlhi'4 i i even terms in mnlch phiy fo: sh : 'nine holes of the 18-hDl: -Vtches and deadlocking In mcda) : .ore for the entire round. Chiirle;- • -n failed to score three paints ir : .single match. .. Following' arc the results 3f th; :. dividual matches: B.-A. Lynch (B) 8S. three paints i .'fealed J. C. MeDx.vcll iCi ' G-.'- G. Caudlli . IB), one point, .'.id 'Robert Topping iCi 102. cnr ..jlnl. - , . Johnnie Pcpp (B) 75. three >ints, defeated E. B. Hearns (CJ : i. • j j. *H. Nelson (C) 84, two points "Seated C. M. Baxter (B) 87, oiu .-ilnt. toy Tliomas <B) 90, Ihrec points- 'Mealed K. Smith ]r., 1C) 100.- • -Byron Morse e tBl two points, dc- .kted K. Smith sr.. to 92. R.; P. Klrshhcr .IB) 85, Ihrce Qiiits, defea'ted Lanier Byrd (C -9. ' . .':" R. : L. Bannister IBI three points, defeated J.. L. Frlsble 1C) 92. .BtiesfROe (Bl 91 and H. D FScktin-tC> : 91,-scoreless tls. C. L. .Ijnlzenich (Bi U7. Hire-; poinii, defeated Johij,; Willinmi iC) 95. E. : B. Gee IB). 90 and narhnu Nolund 1C) ,90. scoreless tie. Dr, H. S. Davis (B) 91. thre' pouits,'defeated Hnrry Crowe iC.' 101! • SVODENT, 6WK, GftABBEO A BoUNOINS 9WT A^O G^VOPEP ACROSS AKO THE CAPTMM OF ELLIS TEAM APOLOGIIEP Oii The, OulfiWc • • in FDR DIXIE HUE Bui Powerful 'Bama Team 1'hat Beat Vols Looms in By "DUKE" ;:.', Wuitl*ti—An Does Fordyce inland to Belty Taylor K. A. Hay UPS '£. A. HaynM |t. A. Hay«f5 ! M. C. Vanr, 10 C .4 U & 12 AV, GOTORRR Jit).JMO MOKHIA.ADIMTION B. pdi£ 0; i u ^-« y Alley V 7 B 2.45 s -. B 1.23 \' VBelty Alley ' J. R. Carney 13, U & 13 D 3.15'. Belly Alley MOKWS ADDITION W. A. Sweat A. B. Butler it, L. Mo»re n /v. 14 i-; 6 G 4 11 , 1.5 '• SH 9 B 1.23 i P. •£. Macon N «' 10 C 1.87 ! G W Bradley N-W' 11 C 2."->5 I GKHHSAL St'RVKV OF »I,V- ep?at | Clyde Itoblason I Oils year with ano'.her 1930 Arkan- [ClyJe tUiulns:i) • sas hl(jii xcliuol football clinmplu.'i- J Nicl: Tlumiai handed (lit Pint- Bind Zebras ill i'ii The lledbugs Patli of Favorites. . worst walloping the Strli>«l Mul?s (have received in many a 'year S* 1 .- ATLANTA, Ga. —Tm Tide of Alabama surgixl ii>r<n>rd toward li)C Boutlicin Conference c-hampiouship after a rousing vic- |tory over Tennessee Saturday and . threatened to outdistance bulldog, ,ve ;md tempest in the Dixie race. The Tide, honcvcr, fuceu'the'stern urday. The score—M to 12. fp.n,< Mrs. Blanche Hall Molly Wright W. J. Logan W. J. Lcv»n Edna Cartt^ '-j C 0 H 1 1! 1 K 2 K 8 K 5 L b 1.Hi I , •j-HKVU.LE ~> i W. C. Buchanan i.o: 1.05 l.VC E 44' 7 27 Several Ulylhsvllle Crimson a , c OT|ler , fi Ju . Q(1 f(i , . 1 They <lycL- U) win over Uie tf had the idea that the Bu?s' vie lory over the Zebras last year \va: C. T. Stmmlin c .,li ci - i BUGC ADDITION E «f K. K. . FJ... 114. C. LVKler 1 10 1.-1C- Rvereu Hurbtr 6 11 1.4C BfliCi AUDITION W. v( K. K. J. A. -Ba.v>- BlyiiievlUe Clyda F9w!t:- -19 Jetw Slarkcy 51 -'•;''. 1 S'. E. White 57 •°" I Mrs. Stone 80 Sam Grimes! 8* Ida Crockett * PAHK AIHUTIOS Gordon Cancon 1. 1.05 i necessity of- -keeping, hi' tip to;: for the VanderbilO Conuno- like no'.hlnf short o! a train wreck or earlhquulx- will step i:n- iJuj from annexing unothc-r stale championship. ,. . „. i The Blyihtviile Chieks will huve .dorts on Oct. 25 if it Is lytonlUms L ,., t t u roU , Ol - un Us role, of Kilnl kilk-r., _'; . I earthquake or train ureck vr.m The Commodores. a'( least.lialf c' 'ihe Hed Bugs come here Tiianks- .their varsity eleven." sal;.tn".on Ihe I giving. It's up to you. Chlckasa-w! | Vol-'Baina game i>t TuYsiiloosa | SuUu'day while the reserves teat Springfield 27 to C. nib Georgia' Bulldogs, who are rated with the Commodores a.s favorites for the Dixie title, put ano'.htr prominent I title contender, North Carolina :out of ihe running Saturday with a 2G lo 0 victory ami showed p!en- ly of claps. j A band of Bine Devils from i Duke. University "surprised .thefoot-. ball world with a dm--ive IE lo 0 ' victory over the Nnvy. Tne situh ' : was succeisfi-,1 in two of it,s other'} 2 1.40 4 2,80 4 2-.30 Church ij J. F. Win born 1 A: 2 L. M. Ben (ley 3 A:-;< nt'G<a AUDITION s. «,f" it. R. B. Bartholomew 5 A: (1 14 2.10 Clias. Ntedticvm -7 1C- l.« BAULK AUUN. in SK',[ SEl",- . 9-15-11 J. W. Bader • 5 .42 K. M. BKVKANS ADDITION W. Bader 1, 2. 3 A: 4 4 . 7 & B II 4: 12 Co. 10 14 S. L. Persy Ih 1 .fc 2 4, 3 \- « 7 A .'1. Earls K. A. Fisher Contumei.-: Wi A. D. Uoland S. L. fcnyth B. I-. Brcolra S. L- Foisyih- U 6 9 -f N CO 1 6 N 75' 7 1.70 1.7» 4.20 1.71 1.1S 1.40 i.or, l.OJ l.Oi 1 I.C.". 1 2.1U 3 V.10 5 1.05 5 l.W U 2.10 C 3.15 1.05 1.05 1 .US turn (tut m^y h-jii'l (tie Zebn« a. llckjnt lUs ynr Is no ttihfr Uun Coatli Gt-U* Ov!-.' rn Kuricaiv. at Junirboro. 'I'ht Kon-icane surpt over th; ColU:i Hint Scnt|ip<rrji KrliUv, M to ,: and trimnicJ thp WythtviUt CUi-kt, -14 U< ", (lie ««!; l>rfurr. Ttoi; storm >»niln£>. jrr llvLit hl(h-in lor |>aUi ol tl:r ilnrri- ' | four t'3mes:' ; J'lorida. IB. LUDSOUTiEST T. C. U. Out to Gain,Second Straight Title Jrv Its Conference. By.NKA Service FORT WORTH. Tex.— Winning 'he Southwest Conference football '.hampionshiji .two years in a row Ins been one of (he tilings not'be- lilt' (Iniu- In nil Hie IS sen^ons tl-j nipjov nlhletic oreanlzntion for c:il- leijes In.this section of the nation 'ins functioned. The Texas Christian 'University' 'Smallest Golfer" Wins Right Title C. L. "Dutch" Ltnlzcnlch. who computer, with C. E. AUtlmon for the lille of "Blythevllle's Emiillesl eolfcr." Is-cluunplon or "A" i'flljslil in.ihe, ccijnlry club"> riiuinnl Uiuniamcnt. Lliitu'iiich : won .^>lie chiim- plonshlp by (llsposiif|j"c'r. 11. N. Wart. jr.. in decisive fuslilon |h the 'SS hciL' hnnls ot the Illslii. 11 i.p and 9 lo i;c. In the bemir Ihinl- rmind Liiil/.i!|iicli I'llini- nalcd O. G. Caudlli, 1 three rind BSIL- in 18 hule play. 'Clilford Cavltl uncl Byron Mcrsn will imcl in ihs finals of the championship tlitihU Dute for t:ie infttcli lias nut ycl' by U-roy Belhca, tou 6 to 0. furmnn and .Davis-Ei- kliw fouyht to a dc-.ulbck un v Iluward lift lo JhKiucsiM, 14 p 0. Auburn cauatd f6s.':ip aroiuiUjthe conference by fighting a/ srubborn bt ugainst Cieorgia Tech before finally lai-ini; lo the Gold'jn Tormulo, 14 to 12. Kentucky,- with • Ship-.vrect: Kelly showing the way. I railed up a 33 lo H victory ovei '. \V)whlnstoii-Le8 after being- Ittli" 'to a 14-14 tie for three quarter.-;. , lied Cflele's Mfeisslppl -Auuies : provided a minor ujiset by beating ' - "A Fut on the rink" Pjersisk-nce Is it.s cwi: reward, o: is .H.-perseveriiiceV Atu>r :lis:ilay- W. M. Burns2!,-22.i-j O. C. Wadl«'y 4 Unknown M. C. Outlaw Unknown 11, 18 i: 24 12 B 1U It 11, 18 i: li 8 ,i CHICAGO MIJ.L £ LBK.' CO. 1st ADDITION J. H. Webb N'-j 3 A CHICAGO >UIL 4 J.HK. 2ud .ADDITION Eo'r.i Sunun E. P. J-'rye E. F. Frye- " J. f: PKIDK J. p. Pride 1. 2, 'J & W. M. Frailer C & J. P. Priclt- 8 to 24 in^ i:05 .71) A l.CO A .W A 6.1AI B .41 .,1 | J. P. PrlfU- " J. ^. Pride - 8. 9 & 10 B 1.20 J. P. I'llrie ID, l(i. 17 4; 18 fl 1.60 J. ! J . 2.10 Pride J. P. Pride 3 4: 4 21 i; 22 13 t 1J Bertha Lee C. M. Wllhite C. W. Beale C.. VI. Beale M. Hal! . Gc-rdon Evrard Mrs. Berlha L>e . _ ______ __ ^ ini ; ah'yUiLng but talent at pichiiK- | c. "k '"parks' "winners", for. sevenil vfi.ek.-i thi .CHICAGO, C 1 6 2 ' J 8 I n 2 u 3 J 5 55 O. L. Hyde . -. J. P. Pr.du '- 13 ' J. P. Pride 1.75 .63 1.75 1.7i 1.75 1.1S 1.16 . S. U. 8 to beat.MLs- LEftBIN&'STfllE Friday. 13 to 7. Norlh Car- .oiina State last to Wake-. Forest.'. 7. 'to 0. Virginia beal V. M, I.. 13 to -0. Tulaii 1 - 1 won from Binuingham- 1 Southern 25 to.0. . , >-.• _. •; ! Hope Bucket Swlpjs .. ,, j NEW YORK.—Wisconsin's deci- ! yve victory over Pennsylvania one-.sidcd win over columnist got light Saturday with some ac«.-umii!atMl good (uck. Eiahltfii v,lnwrs we« named" "correctly, u-o v, eiu miiSKl one gaine reaulted in a tie. and one has not been heard from. . Of the two. missed, ba'.h were In he naturt/ of rather loj»-.slded up- se.Ui. L. -S.- U.'s highly ndverlissd scoring eltven U-R.S taken,In by what u-as loo^:ed up^n as the weakest ttam i;i the t&uiherr Conference, tlie MissvBlppi Aggies 6 to G. And Northwesterii's "vaCKl- nat«d" squad that, according to reports,-was "lucky to cirjg Itself onto tlie field. hail-Jed Illinois a 32 to 0 >g in ono of the biugeM upsets-of the year. <Juit« n. lev Blylhevillc fans arc in the region of the pock- 0 1 S,T p ,.' iv MSoriliwesu-rns- one-.sulcd win over iCCola (Vlail belting race;. nilnoU, Colgate's defeat by Mlehi- ' stalc - th' tlnrts iCompelition MtianEvei'. _^ . .• : -.- !provided upsets' oh • Avcrajjes of Arkansas trnpslio^l-!' r ''^ Saturday, ers". for 1S30 are much tetter than for' the proceeding year, according to. u preliminary report just re- leak-d Irom-national- headi|iiartvr- icrushlnf team In handing Tennes- of'the Amateur Trapshoothif.nwo- !see ll!i Iirbl dl;f ' :at m "f* ?° elation :it VntvJIclla. Oiilo. . iiight ] 8 a "" 1:i - ' -. : .-";•<;' •• ':- !;shculi:rs hnve a . hicher avt-rcije 1 . . ' ;• ^"T~ the .9055 which won tlie hi,'ti '.Illinois BrajlOS FiSQ 1 stiltft for Ju- iNnvy and'Noire Diine's U'o'tbucb- jdown inargln over Carnegie Tec'r the nation" Cornell took Princeton in Another jar while Alabama rlowr .slion-ed a ' powerful CHICAGO, MILL & I.UK. CO. 3rd ADDITION C. B. La>-man 10 3 1.05 Mrs". W. A. Orrell 9 i 10 4 2.1C Henry Ad»ms 7 4: 8 6 3.10 ; J. G. Howard • 1 i i 7 2.U A. & E. Bradford 1, 2 £ 3 S 3M CHICKASAWBA ADDH'ION J. P. Pride Unlcc-wri J. P. P;lde J. p. Prit'e J. P. Pride J.'P. . I>r:da J. P. Pride J. P, Pride J. p. Pride J. P. Pride Cnlmcaii. ; ; W. F-Ssher J. P. Pride C .S'J D 4.WJ I, 4-i y E l.'-'U 9 i 1U K 15 i 1C K 18 & It) K 21 E F F F F .40 18 U) 24 inc. 'P. 3.DO . 1 lo 10 IIK;. O.4.2U 13 to 24 tru O 5.t)3 1 lo 9 inc. 11 & 12 14 ,i)0 .!•'' .4'J .40 3^74 .80 O. f. Cross Clyde Robinson U 9 d; 12 8 1.7£ elbopk because••Ihey took Kiuitc poclcne's pe.^slmlsiu over the Nc- ire Dime-Camcgie Tech game-an. 1 Coach Alexander of Georgia Tochv pral.-* ot Carnegie Tech too ssri- oudy.. At ti'.at, there v.-culd have been only mild Mirp-Us had Car- ntgie -.von. . ; . . . • • AJUr mdli>{ pnns iiccouuhi of 'Nortkwfstern's victory over 11U- ooto It ajtimrs Ukrly Uui tao tp'.- Ufjaki of t»c\-uuittoibs n*j bruik out in vnriots ,fo«tbaU cimp.v 8 3.5'. 14 8 1.75 2 10 1.20 4 10 2.1( 1011 1.7! 5 & li 13 2.It W'-j 4 14 .5': D 14 8 & 9 15 DAVlSVUmiTIOX R. A. Nelson • 10 7 C.. J. Pvrard W 20' "9 17 Mrs. G. Wlillworth" E. W. Robinson 1 E. M. Dealt Eva T. Morrison R. M. King' A. M. R. Branson A. M. K. Branson Will Pyles 1.0! 2.3: 1.1 .4 -' DAVIS 2ml AUDITION E.'I -P.-' Wilson 4 4 .0 DAVIS 3rd ADDITION P.'Z. Macon - - E u --'3 3 1.0' P. -Z. Macon . .43 2.1 Irene Wallcer 6 i 7 3 Irene Walker Lot B of .7 3 W; H. Hall . E 40' S 3 W'. H/ H»U " » 3 A.'-P.. Jotuson -5 4 Fr'ari Martin 10" E Pt 7 4 W. K. Stothis " 8 * Eva Morrison Lol Si- of 8 4 E.'P. Condrey ' *" 4.2' I.Bt C. 7, 8 5 H 9 11 12 1! •At H l.W H :*0 H >p H -.40 Henry Adams Meriry. Adahis 2.11 .;. i Nai\cy- 2.1C j Henry Johuaon 10 ' "U 13 ii 2 3"& 4 . l".f -yinnie Chatman U_&' 13 • 7' 3.-M two plevcn-thc ".'Horned Fro^s" of Fort * * - - tins brings the reader lo Ihe'l ayortiKe liotiors of frict thnl I.elanri lias returned and . h'ns Petty uf England, hist :yc;ir, ..>' •'.- "A Wise;'M«>T.' Joe ;'. Joe" 9raf8. locil'.'sport : proniotsr says-that 'the-outdoor boxln; shr.w Ai'ina Shlde Anna Sblde 0. E. Cross J : '*. .Alley :.' B. Hervdrfa ' ' !clove,on .theiparl-'of CralK to cil- 'off': thb'-',Whit«i'Der-Aj)jlriE»-s. bcu! "'•..•H turr ball sound duiine the coming svlii fi! (By-United Press) ':C»Uf£e C.am«s Oft, M Magnolia .Aggies vs. Heutirix- Henderson at Conway. Henderson" Teachers vs. Arkansas College at Arkadelphia. Oiachita College vs. College of Ozarfcs at Clarksville. Texarkana Junior College v? MontlceUo A. k M. at Monticello. 'Among the tockfleld candidates ( ', r .,', uiien Schmidt assumed the reins in i '•'.-' sliite high'- average title."''which -| . .| awarded eiicli 'year on .tlu* basis of 1929 was- blond-headed youth iinni-' The Frogs play every team in j I0 *° registered .targets, TJils I xl'-Cy Leland, wlio had bc-n fairly Ijhe Soiithwc.-l Conference this ;ea-' wi)1 uc uwurdcil. In Dc-cemb-r. on the cinder pnllis as'.-son—six titular stiucgles. If tt:-:y . . a dash artist the spring before, jciiu stop the crown, ll will be pain- Coach Bell ha used Lclimd in ou: • ed. nnd not one of those cliamplon- Dr. J. E. Stevenson of Fl. Smith In the 1928 bcason, when Cy MIS rushed into Hie Rice Inslitule fvay at Houston to snatch a pass j that bent 11:: enemy. But the j like some colleges hnvo Is third with .9-153. II averages were complete ul this line lie would lie. eligible, for the hisfh average litle as achieved down hcvc—won 2, lust 0.:, pi'i-cenuigc 1.000. Jxir'tnie.nt. of 'Conseryatloii. metul ia?s are ciampetl on the.toll jRiis". Kach lag-Is'numWred.'Kec'-;; ofds ari: 'belng_' kept giving the'spfr. cles sixe and weight of eacli brand-' ed ash. '•"-•• ' : College Game Ocl. 25 ' Horned Frig tulo: who preceded i University o! Aritansns vs. Tex- oul ; l:e has rhot at 170D clays and i broke ,1001. NI-M. comes Lou A. llumnrr of Pt. Smith who hns sho' Arkansa' provided tl'.e llr.,1 cou- ! at 3050 targets, broke 2861 for nn of .9380. Bryan Found Democratic Convention in Arizona li as Aggies at Little neck Hi*h Sfbools Oct. Little Rock vs. Memphis Central High School at Memphis! tKole—each have won a game in last two years. North Little Rock vs. Benlon at North Little Bock. ' Pine Bluff vs. Camden at Cnm- deii.- • Ola vs.'Mansfield at Mansfield. Humes High of Memphis vs. Ely- the'vuie at Blythevllle. Malvern vs. Worren at Worreu, Arkadelphin \-s. Hop; at Hope. Hartford vs. Paris at Paris. Rogers vs.' Siloam Springs at Siloam Springs. ; .'' Convay vs. Stuttgart at Stutt- gwt. Broken Bow. Okla.. vs. DeQueen it De Queen. Walnut Hidge vs. Piggott aiRus- sellvlUe. L»fc<5 Village vs. Russellvllb at McGehee. Parkin vs. Forrest City ot Forrest City. Fort Smith vs. El Dorado at El Dorado. £hnudt »w noThingpariic^rly Science competition, here OC(. 11 in . averse of .9380. outstanding about Cy-that is. oils- thc conlesl deuicatmij the ncv:; Fifili iwslllon goes lo C. E. Ad- •r ihan 'i, P bov's, natural --oecd football stadium of Trans Christum j nms or Hector .on his average of . ' , .. ,- I University, it is now only- hulf- ! .9316. Six(h place Is now held bill, ts still a mystery to even his lcm le(< , and Mnls wm wlie|1 E M _ sl<;vensoll of Fl . Smilll v .,. o i Dst friends, bin Cy did simething : nnishcdi tl , c s{n ; llvm w ni be a con- has a mark of .0156. Scventn pl:.c> belween the_close^of the 1928 sen- ; mlf norst3hCiS O j go.ooo capacity, is held by C. C. Calvert ol n wijl cost more than $500',000, Smith with .0018 while R. M $250,000 already having been Fletcher of Osccoln is eighth will title campaign thai stamped him as tlyj rrioit Improved football play ever seen in (hese parts. ispent. .0071. Olhcr championship games lor There are He became the phnntom of the, -p. c. u. nr'e'tho» with Texas A. & shooters in •outiiw:si Conference opera .•••'-- fourteen the state who Im-r :M, Oct. 18"; : Rice.'Ii'i5>tlUuc..Nov 8: ! completed 500 or more reglslrui fact, he made it a irasedy ns far Texas University; Nov. IS; Baylor, [ largcU. compared to eight l.i-t as the opposition was concerned. Nm - 22,-.and Southern MMliodist. • year. Tliey are: Shot al Broke Av. 'ill f WbiteMr-Andrews Bout Definitely Called Oil For the second time the Fitz WWtener-Louis 'Andrews bout is off, *nd this time definitely, ac- conUng to Promoter Joe Craig. With the open air stadium the only place available for the fight card Craig stated that the recent cold -rave had Interfered wilh his ptyu and he had decided to call the show off. There will be no more opn air fight cards this year Cait declares. ThB Whllener-Andrews card orlg- ifttllT tcixduled for two weeks a Ifo. VM portioned until tonight be- of an Injury to cne of tho He chilled Tesa^ Univci-sily at Aus- N OV 29 tin last jenj-on when. aft?r th LongHorns had scored en the Chris inns in the first few minutes, he Tjl cok the kickoff after ouchdown nnd carried yards to knot the ronnt. At Waco, against Ilayln:', lie ran the length of the field aftnr receiving a punt nnd daslicd 60 c-.ld yards on a "Statue of Liberty" play, n Etunl in which 1-; i nr. ; behind the quarterback rnu! i.-ik,.^ tl-,e ball as the signal barker dr.r,v back his arm in a fakepas.-n-.i: : ,-ove. Against his old roach's Texas A. & M. warriors, he hsd Ins renter an Injury wilh thi- bail about o be snapped as the opposition »as caught off guard :i .Mco,:id he receivcd-the pass bn'-k ti :-,i :-, g : nrt and ^ped 47 yards ;a a tt-.Ki-.ciown. He learned to mff-nrr.:. dodge, whirl, sidestep, Mm— :-.ad every-' thing ihe greater boast, with his rcir-arcao'? r.pocd to mrtke him ini|>o.^ib:e :o once he "got even" «.;!i -.hn tacklcrs in n brck NAME W. P. Smead 800 778 Osceola Bert E. Cooper 800 759 .JH7 Hot Springs Dr. J. E. Stevenson 1700 1607 Fort Smith Lou a Hummer OOoO 28G1 Forl. Smith C. E. Adams. Hector COO 556 .Mli; E. M. Stevenson 1COO 14t;5 - Fort Smith C C. Calvert 2300 20S1 Fort Smith H. M. Fletcher 700 iTJi O.'ccola Slihuberrj- COO 329 ?.tark«l Trw W. E. Hunt ISCnl 1541 Osceola Mrs. C. C. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (UP1- This belug a political year, J. C. Smith, an old-timer, recalls tlie visit of W. J. Bryan here eight years ago. .' Bryan was here to attend lh< Democratic state convention Smith was uncertain where It wa? being held, but the two set ou: toward the courthouse. Upor nearlng Ihe building, a loud noise was heard. Bryan peeped into the room just as tho chairman rapped hravily with Ills gavdl for order. Splinters flew from the table, : th* roar was deafening. 'This Is tho place.", said Bryan. The art of clipping Ines Into ornament shapes was Introduced by the Roman.;. •' ... NOTICE OF tXECUIf&X SALE Notice is htreby • ji«n - ' hlt - J the undersigned, as, SherltT unde <uui by authority at an exeiutian Issued Ortobfr 'l8th. 1930. en a Jmlgnif.nl rt uttered en the lllh day of Au-JUit, 1930. in", the Oom" Court for Uie sit-lM IXtlrlcl of Mlsfoiypi Coiui tv. Arluns*;-. IT.- ti-.-i Gas! of C fe-.j M. Buck avd V. O. Holland. Plain tiffs, re. T. B. Tat*, Dffendan s;,;-, ("will cai Uie 15th day of Novcmbe. J1930, at the South door of th carriers catch Frank W. Gtevenson GOO Fort. Smith Mrs. F. J. Hixon 500 Ttirrell Dale Calvert 800 G14 -(;o i Fort Smith j l Continued from, Pa^e Hvc> : ; CITY OF :BLVTHEViLLE . ALLISON ADDITION . fame Hilda Small J. 'Johnson Bill Williams Jary Collier •tary Collier U. ,L. Roberts Uoyd MackJln JUen Tuller • R. G. Grant R. G. Grant R.. Bradle-y J. W. Shiver S. Dodson Chas. Richardson Melvtn Robins 1 ?1.75 1 1 2 Will GarrotL 6 W'.i 13 17 18 5 C- 5 13 3 4 10 1.75 1.75 1.75 . M. ,Ross' Ti 5.J _.M..»oss' L. : M.- foss; - 10 7 W 1 -', 8 11 1 & 2 3 5 As 6 > ••'•' ' At»DN. -M N 1-3-7 1. 8 1 4 2. 1C li.U 5. 1.05 B" '2! 10 7 ,4.90 2. 2.4C T 7:35 S. 2,4S - • HfeiJBN Znd ADDITION ' Roy:LilUft : W'.i 2 A :?3 kbjf, Liitia. ; - • '31 ADDITION jbhii C. tola- E, ..TomUnson - •' 14. 2 0. C. Campbell EVi . 12 4 John G.'Hartjetl . • 15" 4: Jofiii G;,Hargelt W>:,1* 4 i-yrguson-t Cooky -IS E.-L. Mois S IOC' 15 6. . .70- HIGHLAND PLACE 2nd ADDN. * K "* i 'SUif)*UkV ADDITION • °~\ Sirs' 6«rtr«de • Sout hworth - l-^SJ-j ' ; .'."-• '51 Geo. L. Mnlr HIGBLtNO' PLACE . T1ON C. M. Bn-vter L. M. Boss 11 , Walter E. Taylor L. M. Ross L. M. Ross 7 7 1.05 11 7 : 12 9 3 S 3 11 8 U Mrs.' Gertrude Soutlvtrorth •laymdnd Smith Joe'H. Keuler J. P. PrUle 10 to 20 Inc. H L'.O; A. A. Alieri 21 to 21 inc. H 1,0.) J. P. Pride 3 to 22 inc. 1 B.LO S. .O. Lea ' » J .M . : PKIDE Sf BJ>n"LSlON J. P. Pride 14 to 2-4 irj. J 4.20 J. P. Pi-Ida All K 5.03 J. P. Pridi! • All L 4,80 J. P. PrUte • 1 to 9 \LS. M 3.ip J. P. Pride All -N" G.W CLYDK- ROBJVSO.V Ai)DlTH>S Woman's'- Club 1.3 1-.40 : 3 3 l.-'.ll W l l 4 3 .'.(l ttenrj' Keijum 5 3 1.40 BKHAUDS ADDITION . " H. W.'HtUey 1 A 1 .'."5 MoBrWe 9 A -j.« Minnie- UtUe 7 'c 1.7o J. W..Blythe • ti E 1.40 E: W:' EOBIN SON ADDI'no.N 4 2.10 4 1.0", 4 l.<ij 5 2.5) 7 K.-10 1.05 2.10 „ 1.05' E J. P. Pride J. P. Pride 1 J. F. Sai.iders J. F. Sanders J. broira 1.05 l.K HOLLANDALE ADDITION 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 4.90 BUUG COLORED ADDITION' Martin Jones 4 1.10 Tom Taylor 5 1.40 BLYTHKVIU.E L»R. CO. 1ST ADDITION S. F.'Beard F. Simon 1 Mark Williams 3. 4 RaphaiS Sallta 1 Raphael Ballba H. M. Curtn?r Gus Hardesty fins -Hardesty 7 i: 8 Ira Gray BL.UN ADDITION C. A. Wood C 3 i:40 Bl.YTHE ADDITION' H. ICawkins BM. 23 A. Coiway A. Conaxiy S. 90' 1 ^f. 90' 2 4 4 Mrs. Eva Hard In 3 4 E. M. BUon C. 45' 11 i 12 19 Glencoc Hotel S i 9 20 Will Tucker W l i 15 24 .Tssa- Then he mattered ih» 3n O f tackling. He bccair.-j a:i:-.->;.t as valuable as a safety man c:i ollensc Tor no enemy ball canifr -us mucli |r£)SFx ~ chance to elud: Letort cv ta U he ^eL. In front-of the c-.i-.,- r 10 Chris- t0TTA HOKUM [eMa'r"ifrR^ vou CAKTASttsr- ,^' Calvert 2300 1950 ?-;:t <-"curl Mouse nt BlythevUlu, Arkan Fort Smith isiis. offer for sale th? followL- jn-, £.,.,: described real property: "' ' i .'Hie Scutiiwett Quarter iSW-i) of tho Northc^t Qiwrtcr tNEV) of SKl.'.on. (35) Ililrty- flvs, Toft-nship -Sixteen (16) North, R*n?e T*"elve (12) 1 East, lying South anJ West i cf t':;o Gcrvcmment Meander ', Ur.e of Walter's Lake. •nic purchaser will be required to give boud'wtUi »ppro\-ed seeur. Itv for purobasa price. ' this Cb« ISti d»y of Oc- 2. 1C 1.3? 1.35 2.1" 1.3d 4.20 .K 1.75 1.75 1.75 1 '". 9 I 11 1 & 2 .98 .98 5 B 1.47 .43 .49 '.49 .98 3 D .SO KOULITKTEK ft SHONVO ADDi- TJON ^ 6 W 1 - 8 2 10 2 11 3 W'i 16 2 23. 2 .70 .70 1.40 I 40 .70 SUNNY.SIUE ADDITION Henry Redman Crisco Ogle John Ewlng 3>-lvester Tucker C. W. Murphy Robi. Sautll Crtsco Ogle I K. Davis Hobt, BmaU TUler Johnson C. R. Jessie Wood Itochel Brag; Geo. Taylor B. A. Ship jTTialar Lots in Scv. 8-15-11 Cnas. Bradford E Pt. SW corner SE SE 10 1 2 i 3 4 5 & 6 6 U C .35 I Wallace Lucas C.13 Lot-i la Sft-. L5-1J-11 Cotton Belt R. R. LUlie Collins Buster WUUams Crtsco Ojle J«-epli Hollman Luella Mann Tom Matthews : 3 t 9 12 " 4 9 3 4 5 6 10 n n 3 7 1 8 2 2 1.03 i.05 2.10 !.05 1.05 :.« 1.05 1.05 1.0) l.Oi I.W l.W :.t» 1.05 1.03 1.05 & 7 f. MO Crtsco Oijle 1 9 1.05 Will McCuUers 8 & 4 9 •• m I SUNRISE ADDITION Lot 8 Frl. W'-i ..W 18.7« p. B . Eto^an 1 & 2 1 ( V) Lol, S.MIVUM «-«-U] E . W. Robinson 19' « Clyde Robinson Frl. » • 4.80 Ol>da Robtoscoi Frl. 20 3.10 JONES ADDITION T. J. Mahwi W I" 5 3 .38! T. J. Wal-.au E G2' 6 'J 2.01 MATE PANO3US .UtDITION SfKADlCY SI^DIVISIOV ;T. E. Revej I, 2 3 & 4 .-, I WEST ; END SIIBMVISION 3.50 Sl'lUNOFlELU, IJ1.. lUT'- I) : v •lopmenl of rescue sriuadi or ar.vjps Orr'lff R,| of men in small mining coxiiiuiii lies, trained La rescue methods lujd g . urgc(1 . loday G. Mlllhouse, Director of ihr tober, 1930. as a preciullemwy mlnf disaster. W. W. BHAVER, hf 20.J7 Jim KoJenyck 16 24 A:.L. R«ija:i 2 15 A. L. R<ragnn • 3 2i llrow-n A Billing W 25 J. W. Blythr 1 <t 2 M J. F. Wood 7 30 J. D, Via . 3 30 C. A. L. Frank 5 SI Church 3 31 Pleas S*coy 10 31 Mrs. ifary Nfontgomtry 22 31 .70 A. Bradford Jim Hcri-ard- Jefl Waters JeCt Waters 2 1 1.15 John Sing Lul*. Brahdou Crit Johnson 14 1 ?:£•*«? 1 i', .MARSH ADDITION' , H. B. .WUOs N!-.N3.33 2 ..82,DM>l«l.lI<Mto.T 3.3 4 2 .82 C. R- Layman 19 32 15 li 10 k 20 CAT*: 1.05 !.03 1.05 l.OJ '.05 I. VI 1.40 1.40 1 tf\ UHlu *> **•• ^v^AlUlu £JD^. * ^ *.iu S Laura A. Collins Est W 1 -.. 8 4 1.2S James Hollccan Julia Cole R. Austin Henrietta -Good ' O. A. t, Frank O. A. L. JYank 4 32 6 32 7 i 8 K 4 i- 5 a 13 33 16.X3 . BECIUUK '.UJDITION IConle Hipp 8 1 BABKO* C 1.411 3.90 4.20 1.10 2.10 .70 ADDITION 1 *! 2 C 2.10 H. B. WtUls NS, W. A. Kuod$rass S. H. .Ilistburn T. A. Uttle Laura A. Collins Est. 3 All 1 12.251 TUIJIAJTS 1st ADDITI" 6 1«" 1 3 .70'J.'" E. Tlllman " ' ^ \ 3 & 4 4 4.90, . HAJUUS ADDITION 4 2.45 Formerly LM S Ret. Lo,,. !lt J. W. lt-15-11 f3 « 3.10 ! A. Raphael SAllta _____ _ _ . • All persons and corptititlons InW«t«l In said s ere ti--«b notified that they are resUired by law ta appear «1thln four «•--,-. <\n lacUs ln f ai«k« dtfdTTE to thl* Silt, or toe aO« iilli t« Ukea for fiu»l Judgineot iriil be entered direottag the sai-3 of ni toe purpos* c< ooUpcOa* said Uoa, tOj-ethw . wtoj the . penalty tad cost allow*). US taw. 2 S.80 ere ti.-.-«bj -; 'or . , ; O f W. W. HOLUPET.J " CSwiury Court 04-rt. By Banv.- MftrK. n. 0.

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