The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1930
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six;. .^-^^i-^--^^^ J il .^T ll|i:V Jl^Zf^' ; 'L f J? t ^^! Ni'iVs"- '' •'•'•'•" ' ' ' _ _ _ Humes High Eleven Meets Hudsonmen Tomorrow ... ''.••.' j_ ^ ^^^ Stalwart Hopes of Huskies Capt. Rayder Out of Linc- Up With Scholastic Troubles; Chicks Ready. TEAM OP VETERANS will be • arrayed against the Blytlievlllo liigh Chkkasiiw.s nt Haley Field tomorrow 'afternoon when i lit . 'Humes high .si|ua;i . ef Memphis invades this city In : an effort, to even : tiie Blulf City's score with t h e - Hudsonmen this of what is raid to he I the most, experienced players In i Memphis prep circles, the Humes squad will come here primed to halt Pete Craig, the Chicks' fullback, 'and carrying tlie scalps of the ChlckasaM'S back to Memphis with them, something that few Memphis teams have ever (lone. Several of the Humes players were on ham! when tlie Clucks came from behind to detent- Memphis Central under the floodlights at Hodges Field. Memphis, on Oct.. 4. Humes will be prepared .lo stop Craig, but tlie Chick attack stacks up better for . the coming game than at tiny time j ihis season. The passing.of liobby ; Bums gives Ihc Chicks a danger- I ous and thrilling overhead came ; i and J. TV Craig Is back In form to lielp Tommy Short, in running the ball. ' Jaeirfrs lo Start The biggest blow suffered by the : Clucks this week was the loss of. Captain Rayder who was declared , ineligible because of scholastic dlf- i ficulttes. Coach Hudson believes thai Rayder may overcome ills classroom troubles In time to gel i back into the Chick lineup lor the roles In Photon's grid scheme, clls- plaeiiiK the power tyiic of [>lay so loin; associated with Washington. He has every man oil Hie team doing something, whether it's C3IT.V- the l);ill, block!I)" or make-b'!- e ball carryiiif; 10 teal ilic- 0,1- ixiiicnt. Tlii! bright spot in tlic ...... !s Merle lluiloitt, of course. ,\ sen <*°THE OUTDOORS saliou at n WATERFOWL SUPPLY LOW mormons numbers this year. And Reports from till directions con- remember thai, liie maximum redeeming the 1930 CTOJI of ilncks art- cral daily tog is fifteen (lurks and most cli.squleting. Due to druu;;h1. few geese, which ineh'ide.s all bircis l>.irkr°..'!tl |'condition and to the constant en- . Mfctti by guides and puslicrs wi • croachnicnt upon l>iceding areas for hire at'ComiKtny shooters. 'Kelah's Crow May IWl But They Are Al-' ways I'ighiinij Back. iHiiirohl Is oven faster, trickier ami move colorful than ever. Jimmy i Cherborg, playing liis' fir::', year. j hns shown enough sjicecl to run wi'.h IlulTord. Hill Middlr-stadi. Iii29 (|ii,irierUack, and .some .SU;;!ID- mode talent—Waller Hanson, Clarr*i.'AT-pr f in. u \i r -C-MCC.' IJIedsoi' and Hill Worjlt-oi— of-.ATTf.K. Wash-New coaches. '. ,.,,„ cllcrbo ,„, , ,„ v( . laln ..n entirely (lilferF-nl tr>:A>>;ill sy?. his suming |XK i. lem. fairly good msiciiiil hilt a ', Early in the [all. Jack Pntrick. a v.'oeful lack of rr--<-rve-;" nnd 'i "s'ii i " w <!e-ovor quarterback, and August Ihtvrlkie 1 ' 1 ;;, I0! ' yller rr ^iSSrS.'™ um s !LV™t^^ r ^o^r,o u ^![« r 'T **" l ^v y ™' .'.luiutiun over ;vlnc:i "frLsh .Jimmy" ,£11 B ' ~ sophomore la.-.t fall.; only atom half ll;e usual number ' possession limit is the legal 'liclan i.s prodO.iu;: at the Umv"-- : slty of Washington, i The- man who abandoned a 'championship t-?:im :u ruler into the spirited lion of Hie I'adfir' Ciust Conlrr- ; (-nee, iias n rlgh: lo itel Die manager of a ye:r. ~, .mine to'ti', 1 ";:; tompeti- j The "»e K> a lack of reserves. Billi 0; ,.)„„,.<, M]t ^ or ,,,•,. -OH the quarterback post be- he thinks ion'.b.i: 1 all the of blrtis will winjf their way to their accustomed v:inlerini; Krounds. "TJic constriction of water areas will induce the birds to concentrate in unusually laiue immbeis this year." says Paul G. Hedington, chief of the U. s. Biological Survey, "ar.d i,'ive spoi-ismen an erroneous impression thai ducks are .still in great abundance. Such fallacious reasoning may lead to excessive killing. 1 therefore make an urgent uppeal to the .sportsmen of the country to recognize the .situation now menacing the waterfowl and to be governed according in taking ducks and geese during the present season." i We concur in this 1 timely appeal, j reads an editorial in Outdoor Arner- I ica, official publication of the [ Izaak Walton League of America. , Don't.take ducks and gi-csr- in i fr-w touchdowns us we (p alon. olher words, Washington Is gnln-} to make a noise in the conference tins year." • frequently. CapUiln Al Holme:, and Paul Sclnvegler, an All-Coast lineman last year, are taking care of their nicely, thank for two days, 30 and 8 respectively. Nc state law ean legally permit larger limits; some ol them arc smaller. The liioiCKical Survey is anxious lo have all bands relumed to check up on the migrations of the ducks. Government officials are being importuned lo cut off about a month at the end of the season to save ample sec-d stock. No doubt, .some appropriate action will betaken when the advisory board meet': in Washington early in December. The seasons are too long, anyhow, and rc-rtalnly -a shorter s.?ason is better than a. clo.sed season. Read Courier News Want Ads, On The Outside Looking lu By "DUKE" ': Caruthersville and jHayti Swamps Luxora The hns heeii 1-eard and ! tMkle l lositll>n5 mv Ihe season is not yet a monlii old. 1 ?' 011 ; nob ralmpr an:1 clult ' k If you hear another iiiniLlc late ' this monlii or nc.\i. don't run for cellar. The Huskies might be trouncing California.- Stanford", Washington state or Southern California. . East Prairie Tie, 0-0 ' Eleven by Score, 41-0 H ' OT(l •"" i deception piny major ~ i VLindy Ua* Edge The feature, grid baltle of the south Saturday will bring Vaniier- ibllt and Alabama Into action at _ ; Rhmlngham. Thl.', game rates once. Parngoutd game on Oct. 31. Rayrter 'along ivilh the Army-Yale, Harvard "and George Matthews are the only :Dnrliiioiilli and Notre R •mc-PlUs- seasjned veterans in the Maraon ', bl "8h conflicts as the outstanding - arid White wall. Jaggers, a power- j S'Oup on the grid menu llit.s; w^ek. ful.'but inexperienced, reserve, will On the dope sheet the Coinnio- 'hold down Hay'der's post Friday. ! dores look like winners Saturday. The Humes forward wall nnd the i D "n McOugin hns a line Hint hns Chick, line will Naverage about thr ; not been praised us highly as the , same-according to advance reports, i powerful Crimson forward wall but *ith each team mustering about a : you can depend on it belli!; goo;! 157 pound average. The size of tl:e ,'arici decidedly belter thim the Tenn- invaders' backfield is not known, csscc line which fnced Alabama] but if rainy - weather continues, j last Saturday. The Vnndy tack- Coach Hudson of the Chicknsaws ;fb!rj looks u good deal belter with uill probably opea with J. T. Craig il.eomml. Askew. Parker and First quarter. Westbrook and Short at ! lime than any four backs,* Wade halves and Pete Craig at fullback, i cnn put on the field. Slither Is Ihe a quartet that will average 1GO running threat of the Crimsons pounds'or .better. . i but Parker, the Vancly quarter, Mn. — The : Cnriithersvllle Tigers und Fast I'ral- j rie battled to a scoreless lie yes- jterdny aflcrnoon on a mud-soaked I field. The game was hard fought : from the start and both teams gut ' wllliin .scoring distance nt least After being outplayed In the first half, the Knst Prairie team with R. Lauglilln starting, ran rough shod through the Tiger line j to rin-i-y the pigskin within scoring distance only to fail at the crucial moment. HAYTI. Mo. third straight by imisL outstanding player of either victory Wednesday 'ihis is the first-year in three Luxora -il-0. First' years thill Hayti has'won a game. 1 King made touch- N'o (.ram this- year has'crossed llieiv They have tied Lilbourn 3-D. bleated PiggotL 18-0. defeated Dielh.--.tadl 151-0. and defeated UiNcrn 41-0. extra point. Second quarter Barnes and Cunningham imule touchdowns. Ball and King made extra points. Third quuiler: There was no scoring. | Fourth quarter Strioff nnd Floyd '.jimilc touchdowns. King and liall matle extra points. Ball, Hnyli fullback, was the was v.;ry one-sided r.iui Co.irh Mills' played his second tram about cue-half of the game: are filling in capably at tlie guards until bigger and belter unes come along. One of the hardest battles for :i place on the learn hns l:een waged by R pair of snnppcr-backs. Colin Howard and Jimmy Weiuwbrth Wentworlh. called "Gob" and "Bos- eu" is a. rough, lough gridder and ffoward is a smiling, easy-going fellow. Uolh arc so much poison en the gridiron. And lest, you should become confused on seeing the Huskies in action this fall, remember that Coach Phelan innovated a new style in grid loss. They are wearing go'.d silk panls. pcld wool shirts, nnturai tan helmets and purpb and yolti Rend Courier News Want Ac!:< RITZ THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday Merrlwether The Hudsonmen are likely lo re- hurls n pass like Bobby Dodd and our prediction- is than Vandy's sort to straight'football nnd power j margin of victory will rest in its .plays unless weather conditions 1m- ;superior aerial game and a more prove. -' However, in Bobby Burns, i versatile eleven. Coach-Hu'dson has ono of Hie best ] pass tossers hi prep school circles. ! H Won 1 ! Be l.nnjf arid the" loeals'may-open an aerial } Blythcville is due for some indoor barrage in spite b( a slippery ball | sports this winter when the new if It doesn't rain, during the game. \ National guard nimory is completed and that, 'will not be long Basielball, IraBucs, volley now. and Bill Merriwettier of Paragould, former grid luminary as a member __._„—, — v _. of the Hcndrlx college sqnnd. will | handball teams and other forms of referee. The game'will start prompt-. | indoor sports are being planed by ly at 3 o'clock. i Legion and Nation Guard odlcers I and boxing bouts will also be stag- led In Ihe. armory. "Chuck" Bassett Aids Porker Tutor iootball coach and head bas k itb«ll coach at the University ol j Arkansas, earned a flock ot let-i ti rs In 'various, sports at Michigan | State College. After coaching the Flipt. Michigan, high school for i two years, he went to tlie Univers- i ity of Michigan for a physical cdu- ..cation degree. Bassctt entered the . Southwwt Conference by 'way of Texts A. k M College, where he KM assistant to Dana x. Bible. This Is.his stcond year at Arkansas and indications are that the Razorback line will be up to Bas-!.Miss. Aggies sett's usual high standard. Hisi Northwestern to bet°am wen the conference basket-! ball championship during Barrett's! first year here. "Chuck" is the ' .soft-type, of coach, vtry popular' 'with the pl»y«rs, and knows hiv Hinnfs No Set-Up The general impression Is that Humes High will offer easy pickings for the Chickasaws tomorrow but don'i be too sure about thai. Humes beat Centrnl High of Mem- iphis and any team, thai beats Cen| trol has turned in a good job. The' | Chicks will tell you that because they had a man-fi/e job in turning the trick., we'll string i along with the Hndsonmen lo win j from the Memphis crew Friday if 'for no other reason than that B. | H. S. teams had always seemed to ihave the necessary edge to take. ! elevens from the Bluff City—may- i be the Chicks have got their mini- her. | Alibis in Advanrr . There are sonw tough problems Ion deck for the "dope boys" ihis iweek with an over supply of nip ' and tuck battles carded.' Here is i our list and remember lhat on j Monday one can always fall back ! on sure, factors to explain defeats ;such as "lhat tumble." that "lucky 'run," or the fact thai" had: i loo many reserves." j Here Is tlw way results this week i [Should read. MAYBE- i i Liltle Rock Hi to beat Central 'i (Memphis). ' Camdcn to beat Pl:ie Bluff ' | Blythevllle to beat Humes Hi Var.derbtlt to coat Alabama Arkansas to beat Texas Aggies. Chicago !o beal Mississippi, Florida lo beat Kuniun. Georgia to beat Auburn Tulane to beat Ocorpia Tech. Dartmouth to beat Harvard Kansas to beat Iowa suie. E.;wanee to beat L. s. U. Nebraska to beat Montana N. Y. U. to oeat Fo:r.!inm North Carolina Stntc to HOME THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday IPs-Going Good and Will Continue All Week THE James &. Lucille xA L On Everything In Our Store Croful -S: Knapp Dunlap "The Divorcee" SUir — in the Talkie Triumph from (he. sUindhvg Broad- \\xsy Stage Hit— Eparkliiijr. Audacious. Gay! cast Marie rire.'isler. Hod IxiRrxme A Kinder Hit Than The I'hiy i See Hip. stars of Now York's out- ! standing iau«h hit In their scream- : inj play transferred (o the screen. They'll keep you in stitches ntlh tlietr wlsffrsrks anil ••innnkrr ; bu>infss." SEK— ' ! Kubher Co. News and Comedy—Charley I Chuse in "FltTY MI1,!.H)\! 'HUSBANDS". Raincoats HALF PRICE CAPPS $ 32 50 Suits $1C25 .Men's Goml Overcoats HALF PRICE •at Cenrae. Pennsylvania to bo; Lehigh Notre Dam; to beat Pittsburgh. Navy to beat rriuttou S. M. U.-to beat Indiana Tennessee to beat Atlm. - Matinee—10 Adm. Night— -10 and :(0c.| and :ji>c. Comedy and I{e\'iow. Coming (Fri. & YARDS" 15IG GIFT SHOW „, , 25 Free Gifls pdnnnul Lowe in To our patrons. Kadi \;,-•„ Sat.) "SCOTLAXDI Consistin E of lianiv 'ivi. now runniiiK at, drosses, hats, hosiery, t ,'i l K;idio and a GKNUIM M!. MON'D RING from AKIri,!, Jewelry Co.. and manv ,,ii,,! Stat:> in Jlcmphis Coming—Rutlv Chattevton ANYBODY'S WOMAN". c.pjrts thorouglUy, kee-prng up-to- ina. date by attending the leading sum- .T. C. U. to be.n Ti Bitr coaching «ho»lPii '. Army to beat Yak- N'orth Carol- — tech Coming— Sunday and Monday Matineo picture only—IK. >.-, c .Mntirico Chevalier "PLAYBOY OF PARIS". Ni;:U piclni'o ami (I::'; 10 and 80c. Halt Price on Shirts, Socks, Shoes, Underwear, etc. HUDSON Tailor Shop If You're looking for Always Shop Her*? "Compass"* Canvas Gloves Heavy weight lor Men S Pair* (or 25* Work Pants of Moleskin Extra Quality at a Low Pf ice Heavyweight Cotton Union Suits Heavy weight (12 Ib.) cotton union suits — warm, sturdy underwear in a choice ol colors. 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