The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 20, 1931
Page 6
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||.PA(iif SIX : . m.YTIIKVII.!,(•;. (ARK.) COL'KIKJ! NKWS In Driver's Seat Again. b^ ! im Qiipch P- : ^ / IN tit 1 ; |p f • ,'Hu-bbai'd Has Malhcniali- | '•• : : cal Chance lo Tie (or 1 ..,-First Half Race Title. ; ;"The Gas Hounds,a-.e cc-rtnln cf at least a tl* for winning hcnai-, in • Ilic firs 1 , half rnce of the City Ca«e league and nv? favored lo rclnin ;'their nn.1i?pmecl leadership as lesull of their victory over ihe- Frisco quintet last night at the "Armory. The Iks', half ends next •'"•• The leaders turned back the stubborn challenge of the railroad . five in a holly contested game. IV 10 16. lii the second contest the seld'or b?ys watched their hope 1 .! fade away as the Apes set them ; - back In an upsol. 20 to 15. The Jlubtard team gained undisputed :... possess ion of second placv;. with •.>. .....-mathematical eh'unce lo tie the ,Cas Hounds, when they beat the '. Hl-Jackers by a one-point margin. • 19" to 13 The Merchants [Wjre-ja- • tion pushed the Dixie Filers inio n . "fc.-ced landing, 10 to 15. The fcla- ".' gest ranrgin of victory last nl«l'it • .%vas five points with twc ijanirs ;'. cp.dins in one point victories. 1 " Comt From llrlilml .. :, The Gas boys demonstrated their! I '-ability to. come from behind by j '.- '^overcoming the lead of Ihc Frisco! . quintet in (he final period after j :-.•"trailing throughout the game. Two', '-.: difficult shots tr'nm a ccrnev of ihe. :.'• court by Elkins really saved the • ;• game for the Gas Hounds. ; '". . At the half way mark the FrK-j '••'• co team led 6 to 4 and when the: •i.:third quarter closed the railroad '••- ' basketcers were in front H to 10. '•; Two of the Frisco first stringers, •' : Carman and Osuorne, were remov- i : ed on fouls in the fourth period, ;.. weakening the railrottd. Holland of the Frisco was leading scorer with ;-•• seven '.paints while Elkins led Ihe; v .Oas Hounds with sis points. j V.. '_Thc lowly A|KS set the fans back! •}•." en their heels .with a surprise vie-; ''.- tdry over Company M in the scc-.j •'.'• and game. The AIMS went into r V. ..tta lead at the slart and were 1 • \ never headed. The monkeys led 8j ••' tp 4 at the first quarter Increased • ; their lend to 13 to 7 at In? hnlfj •." aiirl managed to stave nil a lastj :.' ! ' quarter threat of the soldier boys . crack Ape forward, as usual was '•':. with room to spare. Woolcy, : - - : the leading scorer .with 11 points- r :.,BoatrI?ht. a new Ape forward, '.{.•• also looked good. i : ;- . . Hubbard Gets Seare iki .'The Hl-Jackcrs almost sent Huh•••:•'' bard into a daze last nishl before •f'-. the hardware quintet finally awoke 1; nrid managed to eke cut a one • point victory, 19 to 18. •' The boys with the outlaw non dVplume led C to \ when (he first • 'nuirter.. ended to the surprise of •••the" spectators. At the half they - : ': we re still in front by a margin of 11 to 6 and the hardware team ': • barely managed to tie the score 13 .''all at', the third quarter ended . thinks to the arrival Abe Kinnlns- '.. ham. who entered the fray in the •third quarter. ; .' Like the first game of the night. '. -the third contest was a battle aU '/-.the way., Medlin, Hi-Jacker cen- • -ter,'who went out on foiils In the :.'.. lourth quarter was the high point • roan of the game vrilU seven •'• 'p-lnts. Abe Kinnlnghim garnered . sbt points as did Stev.-art. The 'HerchanSs quintet ended a perfect night for the cellar occupants by following in the footsteps . ' of their berth.mates, th.2 Apes, and • waUopins the Dixie Fliers 10 io 15. Van San. Merchant forward, \vas • •high point man c( the encounter . Trith nine points. • • -The grocery boys finished the • first quarter in front and maln- "• tallied their lead throughout the ' contest. The Fliers were minus •' the services of Lewis,' regular .; guard- First Game - ; Frisco (16) Pos. Gas H'dsdT) Holland 7 F Elkini P Secoy 4 F Christian Caiman 2 C Ellis. T. 5 . santy G H'.ls, C Osborne 3 " G Vcn Almen 3 Substitutions—Frisco, Mosley, Me Haffey. Gas Hounds. Taylor. Ray- <5er, Parker. if 1 IMil I Kl " !!l1 ' YOU11! ! \ llini I' " nd Smethn Ju Jy ILL ^ aboul ' 1 BIG i TO I Rajah Counls On Leflics, j May Play Second Young Tcachout. Juke M?.y id. I think we will \ia\i. the best stair In Hie lvalue, and with a grout pitching >ttiil' I don't see ho\v the Cubs can for a failure with liltteis on Hie club like Hack Wilson, Klkl Cuylrr, Gcib- by llarlnnt and ntijgs S-.ephi-nson. Awl these fellows will hit aiiy k:nJ <ii a bnll, lively or dead. I iim hoping lo b? ab!? to <«t 7.. ' ilicre at wtond base my.i0il on i '. BY RO(ii:ilS I10KNSI1Y Manager (Milra^o Cubs (Copyrlgi-.l. 1931. KEA Service. Inc.) Success for Ihe Cubs In 19:)1 <le! iiencls almost entirely upon tlrj i pitching. '1'lial is the way things i look to me nou-. by. • ; It was with the Mo.i of g3t'.iir.{ tj 'Isi'.u i:o:idltbn as soon as posblh:' ;!!i.u 1 started early for the train- il ' cntnp to work out. 'I . Just une lliliiB more—we have ill • yii'iiiB r.uKU'lder In Joh]iny Moore ij who is sure to bs a live en;, lljlj I was with Los Anscbs last yc?." and || JM:IS iiittliii; over .350 when he in- I offensive, strength will he there • again (his cjrar W c didn't win • , ^ "'"' 8 '"'" nilti " Iot - nre sllre to I ' pennant In 1<I30 because our plicl'-i v/ll °, w;is *' 1 '' '!' c tll »> '•« Inn stair wasn't strong enongh to. " ulhtf 0llUk ' ki(;r wltll ' s carry on lor the entire Since- the cleso of las', year we have I added pUdihiu strcnstl! ta lh^ : lcam and l!mt-addllion'.il defective | power. •! flgur:, will put us in Ihc : ]:ennani race In 1931. • • • I was glad to gel l!ol) Bmllli from the Dcslon club lo Join our pitching stall. Hob is a veteran and a great • ball player illbng with being a rjreat IpHclK-r. There were many times a | year aco when he cculd h:ive slcp- ! ped In and saved a game for us ; besides taking a turn on ths rub; bcr. lie-sides Smith, we have added Jake-May. veteran .left-hander of 'the ne«s; and Sweetlaid. yon'iij .southpaw of the Phillies, to tns I Cubs'. slaff. Last year we needed nore left-hnnded pitching. We de- !ve!opcd a most promising young- jbtcr in Teachout and I a:n looking ,punch. afl:: Some poplo think we will ti v.eak rii'liiird buso, but 1 don't. itishl iiuw I am banking 0:1 Lis:?: liL'll. HD w:is ijve.1t in t!'.« clasiin! weeks of last s;r.;:;n. In Wo:by MiiBlisli we have ihe wc.ilcat ycin-; mlleldei'. in Ihc league and he cai; play either third o.- short tottsi than anybody In the league aivj along with II has developed inlu one of the jsreal bitters. I know it's i;oins lo be another tough pennant race because we are .sure lo have live sirens clubs In the fiylit'lir SL Louis, New York, Mi-noklyn. Pittsburgh and Chka™? IHII I feel that in the end the Ciibs l be on top. TOURISTS IIEU'.AKIZON'A PHOENIX, Ariz. . (UP)—Carins for tourists is big Arizona, according to the state Indus- Standings w. Gns HouiKls ....... 5 Hubbard 4 I-'i Isco 3 Dixie Fliers . Company M Hl-Jnckers .. Apes Merciiants -i Pel. .833 .077 .fiOO .500 .500 .333 .333 .3B Local Juniors In Tournament At Joucsboro Members of ; the Dlytheville jun- or high boys' baskitbnll squad accompanied bv Coach Stesvnrt n>lll jo to Jonesboro lonniTOW wliere :rey v/lll participate in the dls- rlrt junior histh tournament. The Dlyihcville juniors have been improving rnpldly In Ihe last few weeks. The boys are nil mall with Hi? exception of I'urtle. •enter, but have shown some fust loor work- Mcmlicrs of the squad are: 3urns, Moseley. Wilson, Piirtlc, BrcgoV-n, Roberts, Tiptoti, LIndsey. Shawnee Teams Take Two From Turrell onvard to sreal things from him tiial Congress which lists revenue us year. Wc (jot some help from : !;om lonrisls as second only to the veteran Je*s roity whom vrc::mnlnsr. Last year, the Congress got file In the season, but most of UHIUS out, revenue from copper LUC lime we sullered .because of the ' mining totalled S7C.Oao.C03 whil- mck ot southpaws. _ . LlK , tourlsi revenue of 550,000,000 '•*as in sceond place. Agriculture JOINER, Ark.—Shawnee dcfeatetl the boys and girls teams of Turrell on their home court Tuesday nlghl. The girls' score was 18 to 9. The Sahwncc boys triumphed when tho coach of the Turrell team forfeited the game. The score was 14-H when one of the Turrcll boys fouled out. Crawford Greene, Blytbevllle school superintendent, was refcrc.'. The Shawnce teams go to Earle for panics lonlght. P,IHi K !"'•• wll ° ar(! establish-IbiDiighi, S37.000.00l) to the st-Ue c like Rool. Mnlone, Hush and i while Ulake and with the help of nob I (WO 000 Tlicy Fight to a Finish A ruling In the'American.Hockey League declares that tic games must, be continued until one te:im has scored the winning goal. Rend Courier News Want Ads. livestock revenue was $15- RITZ THEATER Friday and Saturday Sec :as Hounds To Play Holland High Tonight i The O.s Hounds, leading team I lie Holland IMO.) high scliool biisketeers at (he arm cry here tonight. The prelimlnnry games will pro- coed the feature contest. lenOnCair with Edjnoud Lowe CASH GROCERY A Blytlieville Store GREENS Tmnil) ' Mustiird 5c 1>oun(Is lfil(!io l'ci- Sack Philadelphia • furnished all but cno of the pir.yers comprising tho '.931 Temple varsity basketball team and encii is more than six ten tall. Apes (M) \Vcbley 11 Boatrirht 6 King 2 Kelson Adams 1 d G»ms Pos. C'pany M (15) F Wils'nt 2 F K rimer 2 C Ncvrsom 2 G ilcCarty 3 G McHerjy. G. Mc- Substltutlons—Company M. Henry. J, Wlgjins 3. Third Game Hi-Jidceri(18) Pos Hutbarc (!0~ VTarringtcn 2 F 'BOfgs 2 F Medlinl C Stewart 6 G ,._ Featheriton G Suristitutlons—Hi-Jacker=, Cavit: Wilson 1. Hubbard, Kinninj'nam. A 6; Henry. Talum 5 Kin"n?.m. J. Gr'mcs 5 Blankcn^hip : Blrje " Fourth Game Dixie Fliers (15) PCS M'chants 'IS! Bibte 4 P Van Ban 0 - Bage . P Isaac:-, p. Cox 4 ' C Wright 4 Ganske 2 G Isaacs. E. Kcnnlngham 3 G Wilson Substitutions—Fliers, Kettlnjsr 2 Merchants, Harris 2. Referee— 'Crawford Greene, games cne and two; Ivy, games three and four • ecorsr—Sudbury, Timekeeper—Kyle Japan Has a Camera •\ ...Japan's leading boxer Is a be ; Ijerhoth of 274 pounds who ha scored 24 consecutive knockouts ;.;• His name Is Busashlyama. Night—10 and 35c. Coming—Stinrtsiy & Monday —Charles Fan-ell and Janet Gaynbr in "THE MAN WHO CAME BACK". HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday See Hoot Gibson in 'Covertrailing Kid' Admission—'Matinee & Night 10 and 25c. Coming—Sunday & Monday: COFFEE Canuva or Maxwell House :,. Pound $1.25 32 c ? N 7 o. din EACHES No.: OLEO .(iold Dpi 2 Pounds 25 c POP CORN Bulk Shelled. I,b. : POTATOES No. Red. Peck SALMON Tall Chum dm IftC 1U TOMATO SOUP Campbell's. ; for 25 C Evaporated, All liramls. 8 Tall or (i Small 23c MEAL 21-Lb. Sack 48 C |( LARD Compound S-Lb. Pail SYRUP Pall's Corn and C'une (iallon 59 c SOAP & (J. or Crystal While 10 liars 32c APPLE SAUCE No. 2 Can 16T COFFEE Canovii BFANS Great Northern Pound PRUNES Jc Evap. LI). 8 C I APPLES' or 1'eaehcs [I Kvitporated. Lb. BACON Fancy Sliced Blackhawk Pound 25 c —"THE BAT WHISPERS Correction In our adverlistmenl of last night we quoted Xunn-Btish Shoes at SS and $10 whereas it should have liccn Nunn-Busli Shoes 88.50 and 810 . R. D. HUdES & CO. QAIT Ml? AT Wc Mc:i " thc He2( - 25 if vJrtJbi lUEJli 30 i'otmtl Hcllics. Pound NECK BONES HAMi Nice Fresh Pound 44 c Swift's Premium Pound HAMS Ever-Good Pound 22 c PORR18S..!,. Full Cream Pound 1 / 2 C All Meal Pound 13k BACON Sliced Swift's Pound Pure Country Pig. Its Fine Pound STEAKS K. c. ' Round. Lb. 171CI b. 1/2 l Ground 11C Lh. 11 OYSTERS Select Pint 33c -Bat-gains for 5-gggirdaij and Mondau ^* Extra Large 3 Sweet, Juicy Fioridas For PEPPERSBSr.112 1 ? LEMONS, Laritc Size ICC 13 .'iGO's. Do/. ORANGES I<ar{;c Sweet Flori- tlas. Doz. 20c. I'eck, 12 [>ounds 39c UKT'riJCR Larfe 48's CC Head 3 CARROTS Kancy'Toxas CC ancy'Toxas C JStinth 3 TANGERINES Nice 1O1C s'KS Nice -JOIC Size. Do/. 1£ •> Roman Beauty Extra Large Box Fruit POTATOES 10 FI.OUR liiue Bunny 7QC Plain or S. R. 21-Lb. Sk. " IJEANS Alias Lou Ore L'Ss. .'i for Lo APPLES Fancy. \Vincs;ips . 4 Lbs. ONIONS Sweet Spanish Irt 5 Lbs. lU COFFKE Sunset Gold LI). Guaranteed Fresh From the Country PEAS No - 2 st ""S 1Q C MILK Pel or .Carnation OJTC 3 Lge. or 6 Sm. Cans Lo UELISK S)vce( Vcge- <iib!e. 24-Oz. Jar KIDNEY BEAA'S PORK& BEANS Campbell's 4 Cans 25c libby's Deluxe No. 2 Can, each 'S IftC Can IV Sweet QIC Quart 01 SNOWDRIFT 6-Lb. Pail.89c. 3-Lb. Pail 45c PICKIES Bar.. 3 for Country Club Jhere's None Better, Fresh and Crisp, 2 tb. Box SYRUP Brcr IS 21 C CORN Pride of Illinois 11C 3 Can Limit. Can 11 BUTTER Brockfield or Clov- erhloovn, Lb. 33c. Springbrook Lb. 31c PEANUT BUTTER Pel 1 m IG-Oz. Jar Li , ' HOMINY Polks. No. 2'/i '•'.••' Can. 3 Cans Purelardlb.l21c \\ BpP.v^ ekbones Ib. 4c Mt'V tffif Stew Meat Ib.l2c lard c ° m P our "i 11 IP LfliU Pound il 2 C HaiiK n WholetL \l l r iicaiBio Picnics ib. * •'2*' Spare Ribs ib. 9c ^amDEEBOE] Roast •^•UEEBS Bacon Shoulder ClfKl Pound ••oa Mixed, Sliced Blackhawk Pound ?0c New Barrel Steaks K

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