The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1930
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f V • PAGE SIX' 1:1 BulldogsjCome Here Friday With Spotless Record BRUSHING UP SPORTS 15 y La life r FKE BIDEFEHEO! . 'aragoulcl Has High Hopes for First Victory in Mqny Years Over Old Rivals. Paragould's undefeated Bulldo;;s ill trot out on Haljy Field lemur - iw afU'rnoon at 3 o'clock detc; 1 • incd to acid another victory lo edit with the Blythcville Clilck- aws as their victims. The Chicks ' 10 have lost buiorv in their t 15 contests, have been pro.. mnced in fair shape t-.i mm 'Mr traditional opponents. Tl>.; tlldojs have well supixirted hopes ' ' a'victory over the Mnroon and Site for the first lime in many '• .irs. Or-jif, Justlrc Injurnl ?ete Craig, fullbnck and i-purli- :•; of tfiD Chicknfaw nmchinc. i knocked out in .scrbninngc •terdny but Coacli Hudson be- vcs that his reliable veteran will ready when the- whlsllr? blows, ic blou p in scrimnja(-e yc.steidav •njiorarily impaired Craig'; vLs~- 1 but tlw learn is confident thai • Mill bu in Bood shape tomorrow, •ilice. fullback of the I'ainsoulcl ' im. is reported to bo .suffering • im a stomach injury thai mny ?p him out of the? Kainc but slice played in the Osceola same .spite the injury and will hardly :.' kept on tn.; sidelines ImnoiTOtv. Luckctl to End Wilh Hall and Wiggins, wins- en, suffering from injuries the ' 'lick mentor has been forced to • owr his squad for likely wins - -aterlal and lias been using Frank uckett.' varsity guard at on? of ' ' !e end posts. Luckctt and Urne, serve end. will probably shar.? the : ' b of guarding the wings with ' ovdon. Capt. Rayder, vctcrnii -.icman, was kept out of last week's ime because of scholastic dlfficul- ' >s has been reinstated and will robably be shifted from his r ld- osition at tackle lo Luckcit's uard while Jr.ggers, Die lunvy boy -.-ho played liayder's tackle ln::t •./eek. will continue at the post. A large group of Paragoiiid fans purred on by hiRli hopes of wit- .y>Kslng a Parngoulri victory over .. .he Chickasaws • will journey here :or the game. , Bill Merriweather will referee and 'Lloyd Stickmon, Loll m ami Oilles- •jie nnd "Frank WhiUVorth will like- ly'hold down other official Jobs. '• l>robable line-ups starling • the same: Pos LE LT U,VW£ i-2 NEUER U.JOM \ A BIG-IDFCO&MI & QLOFE60N SfATe DC> ON W> OW VARO LINE NJF> s FAMOUS CM.lFORlvil\ PRO CLUB COURSE, OMaAMD, CAU IN 15 Gooo RN 0U1FORK! L [ME ... 13 BIRO.ES, 5 PARS'. in Coirs in Biff Green Machine 'onicr Chick Is Slur'With "Bama When Army Stopped.Booth Cl licks Gordon Colston Alexander LCf MAUluws C .Rayder (c) RG . Jageers RT 'Luckett or Boue RE J. T. Craig QB Short HB Burns !1B Pete Craig FB liulldu^b . McLeuiore Klnrre . Shelby V.'alkcr Oiaves Hall ici : Singlet ary Fllppin . Spencer , Justice I On The Outside Looking In By "DUKE" Jess F.berdt. veteran center, is one of jthe reasons for the Crimson | Tide's Ri-eal onciu>ivo play in Hie line. Eberdl, who weighs 195 pounds and . halls 'from Blythevillc lAvfe.i. i.s a senior and one of. the bulw;irks in Wallace Wilde's renowned forward wall. Ebcrdt is in lii>, bi-nior year as a student at the University of Alabama. Likes LaFor^c and Craij: Pat Crawford, sports writer of the Memphis Press Scimitar in com- insmlng on the playing of Ralph Vanderbllfs desp:iate efforts at a LaFcrgc, Little Rock star, also says - killing Ilium. F.l:crdl to my minri a good word for Craig- Memphis vv , as the defensive star of the has not yet lorgotten Craig's work i>^me. in the Memphis Cenlral-Blylhc- J vllle game. Here h his comnunt: "Ralph LaForge, Little Rock back, who ran roughshod over Ceiv tral Saturday, is probably the best prep, football player sc.?n :ierc i'i • surprise you — but U it doesn't roiue . some time. The only prep grlddcr \ou may be able to trace part of' who compares with him is anoth- the trouble to the fact that Coach er Arkansas, Pete Craig, fullback Henry Hudson finding liimrelf on Blythevilb High's eleven." short on has sliiflc:! The Arkansas Gazette reprinted" Frank Luckett a p.ood Riiard mil l ' Crawford's comment on LaForgc and Craig. thc opportune moments deep in Hie , ]e jenslve territory to ward off • An III Wind j Attend the rarai;niild-Iily:hi'ville • cair.i tomorrow ami keep your eyes . i;pe» for a Hulldoi: altack tiial may . Please Don't Ask Whs- Some of the feu- readers of this column may be surprised In Hie predictions maiie below to find thai the writer ha> picked the Llttl: Rock Tigers lo defeat a team that beat 'Pine Bluff, 50 to 12. Without taking any glory au-ay from Fordyce, the writer believes that the . Tigert will win the buttle between the two teams. The elevens .undoubtedly represent the pick of wreck prediction Arkansas prep circles unless Cam- >hi: werk-eud one. of the ends. Liukell li net can tackle nnd will be a hard uun Ic circle. The Chicks have biH'M weaker on the wings Ihis year than (, r many $r-i\«nns. llere : s hO]i::ip L;ickctt may prove n real find Thr i:tiil-U|i disaviiniiifairiil nf five years nf cU-friil nill \ K tuck c-l' the nnlltloss, fn;nUnK Ihrin on • in a rtc^fcr.-Ur effnrt tn beat llu- ChicVas,1\\s hrrr Ininorrou-. Tough Ra:r,i-.s ai:d esji^rial'.y ; these, of a '.yju th:i; arc* hkeiy lo ate. en lap In;- C' den throws a monkey wrench into Carnegie Tccl-.-S. Y U.. Clucak:o- tlie race later on. The game will Princeton L. K V -Arkansas Trim be played In Little Rock. The Tig- Clcmson ard Yalp-lXirtnui'.nh ar..- ers will be pointed for th; Red fomc of ilio many :c,'.--u;>,. To r -s Bugs and the breaks — well our your coins and -,:-,.iy the lucky mar. hunch is simply that the Tigers ' win. Here is p.:; l:-!e-up «;':h ml \vill cop. Fordycc won last by one touchdown. Praises Blj-thev-llle Boy Herman J. Stegeman, member of the National Football Rules Committee and Georgia scout at the Vinterbtlt ; Alabama game last Saturday, has a word of praise for Jess Eberdt, Blytheville boy and varsity center of the Crimson Tide. ' Mary. Stegc-man writes as follows: ArkiHi.-as ; 0 i,..u i, h ."Dropping Eberdt out of the Fordham 10 brat \Ve.s- line to a breaker-up position with year a result guaranteed • Biytlicvllle to bi.r p.i:-.«i;n-.;::l Jonesboro 'o b:-:u NCV-IMI:: Little ncc'K to seal fVvrivi.- Georgia lo beat F>.-ula. Dartmouth to !x.i! Vaie. Alabama to b-'a: Kentm-kv. Tenneiiee to boa; !'l:ir.Mi:i. Tulnnc to beat M : .,« Avgirs Harvard to ben! \Viil-.ain Tl:(«c Courier NCI.--N!- \ : 1 .v crnwri th.-.t il'.i- 1 .': ; Nrw Haven. Ccr.r.. ',-.r.;•,:-.- "iirnpse c.' the little V.-.:, ,, in the second qv-ir'.n- in: - : pa^s on his 5-yjrd lir.c- .1: :'• t!;r Arniy grid^tcr-: i'.f -. •• aril in the center n:,!i:n i is seen bein? liflt'.'i fio:n :? tl;e lower plc'.ure hr i^ ••] stietclicr. He was runfiEiui Ynlc, withcut li!s aid. iu T p:c:in-rx teil the ?::i-> ii'.' r.-ln .u the V.Vir-.\r ;: . v •• A!'-n> Booth. f.oi <•.;]!>• i .':iv - '.: n; nation. En'.; x ;:r - nmr. Booth intcH-r;i-ac : . : .-'•.,:".[! al r.^c top rhow.-. s ! ;:s:n :iv :. :\:\\\ His lirsl play v-.a? !i;s :."ii'.!'ss [orm of tho th:r.ln;L::vi- • :l,iy .iv.):ind by his te.un-m.itrv '"•ir.- tarried from the (:rl:l i:'. Valf ir.nrniai}' by r, i: ::•.;. In a bitterly (ought ~,.:v-~ • and Chicago to - Cain as a defensive mate Wade Colgate to beat bra; PriiKMou. was able to ignore Vanderbilt's ef- /or1« at carrying tho ball. Van derbllt's failure to provide any son of counter line attack vindicated Wade's judgment. And be- : Jore it eicapes my mind,' it wa3 I this tame Ebtrdt that bobbed up at I S sippi C'o'.:e.:c noli lo bcft 'i:nkc to heat \Vs.-'.iinp,to:i I" Purdue to beat Il^r.cis! Kansat Aggies to l-:.« Mixsou: Northwestern to best Mmr.eso Notre Dame to I ••<,• Indiana Wisconsin to beat Ohio State, Penn to beat Kansas. 5 N5. U. to beat Texas. Army to beat North D.ik, V.inderblH to beat Ole ^ California to beat Mont- Auburn to beat Fclfur.-l H.U'S ASSritKS l;\-\( inns SAKASAC LAKE. N V. .!•]•- F'.il:ents .U the $l.fKlD.t>i,> Nrc; :: .,| The rst salary appropnaud i : . , 1:K1 the office of President of tl-.r Un- mre ilcd States WHS $25,000 a year. Tl-.a: Hays said the moving plcturf -,;i- was the amount Gco;ge W^>h-/.ic- ,-iuv.r yls behind the rnovcmeiv. 10 •ty Artists' saiiitai". 111:1 ] lo \sorry abon; Dir !i i::ii!dir,R. \\hicii Ijy -,[!;, before it wa.v o;>nir ner. Will H. Hnyj. n-.o;; magnate toW them TODEFEITWIE, Rig Green Team wild Wealth _of Backs Has Bi(j Jobs I his Work and Next 11V U'll.MA.M Nl-]i\ Scrru-e Tr^sis Kilitur Daitinotith was lo:n:i:rd. Hie •:;d lia'i it. by a v.i'll-iuraniiiEj man iiiiiiu-.l Elcnw-r Whec-lrc:-k. v,-r;o hfiiii'ht (lie lite frr t!'.i-. university ;u l!:i:iovo!' f M. 11.. trtur. the Inrii- an- for n r.cnsldi-uitL.-|i (OMSislitiy ..: . r jiW t>ari :Ls of nun. 1'i-iliaps tlie lilhioriuns arc \vron-; il,Mi! tlinl. liowi'vt-! 1 It is barely lr 1 itiat Klea/.!-] 1 \Vhetlcock t!'. • Indllins. :nslr-a<i, of '500 .- "f nun. Wi choice half:k', ol a triple ilm-.u variety. A: anv rr:te. jioji" cf [lie rum left at lf:ino\cr iiuv. 1 . L am told. icrun uuod hitlf backs am, .so :11111011 there that n is a distlnc- ti to be a ."•If-K-.'-ix'ctliils tackle aufcrd •<'< Dartinuulli. Coach i--sun Caiinell lias an uiicmploy- •.• lit |)rob...'iii en his hands iiincng :!iv lialTbaik; rivaling Hial of the :<.iiiUry':i iniltistriul centers. ')'h»> •;• IIL-!'. at Uartinouth is s>i (till of i-tcnt halfb.icks, it is said. t!u' llneiiu-n who do all ih.' m::«. sit on i!ie ^rouiind. rt:i:(-'.i:h's mos; linparlniu . .i.'lL'i 1 Yale and Cornell have 'disp-sed ol. will b? played, at Alto, with 1'0|! Warner's Car- 'Dartiiionth. l:owcv,?r. will be .M.iinst Shinlord, N'ov. 29. The :-i].-iiomary desire lo beat Yale and cv,:ne:i lias paled beside the wish ;•.- :np Pep's big boys. lucidf-nially llw journey from N..-.V llaiupsliii'P to California will Si: the Icngcst tnterscclional -jaunt '• ihe season. 1 a=t >e:n Daitniouth hoped .,ix-,i... nli to bent Yale. The Big Own tram pinned its failh in Al :•'' s inrgcly and '.he defeat at ^IJJ is keenly f-:lt. ' '." >ei,r, however. Yale is «e-:Vj A - ed upon as just another '- iki And instead of a "oilman j *.j Uaruunutl! is now repre- i •'»[» by a team that comprises \\\fl iliversificd latent. :rv now and tlien you sec a ::i'\v i:ame in the Dartmouth linc- ,:p. Investisntion rcycals lhat.'the | j;.;. playet liar, been showing ids \rares • fl)| ";hc third or forlh .learn andljlj; •r.'ii promoted. Thus, v.-hcn • " - with Columbia. Donner became other 01 ilie first string ball car-• >.V| riers. I|fn! Chirk and Frirjarri, among the >.;< leartimj halfbacks, have t.-^en out | for r.ome lime with injuries, but the ilestliiy of the Green Monn- ilain boys uiffered not at all thjve- iby. In'their places romped Mor- 'ton McCall. Woilf. Dinner. Wilkin, > v , 'Tocthaker. Porter, Sutton. Lcc and M, Smart. ' I'M Then- ar.-! so many replacements j .iS- up from the reserves, ac- Ifjj cording lo strrles coming out of ;-.; v Hanover, ilia', before the season is f|V 1 ov.?r. half a duzen, new names may ;j[|J| replace, or be added to. the list of | ,>J.> hult'backi as per above. I Til : Jaitk.-on Canncll, who presides j IJJ 'over all there halfbacks, and sun- ,|JS; j dry linemen am! ends here and 1U Ihere such as Captain Hal Andres, AJJ. Bombtrg oud others, mute the trl P|Y;» to Palo Alto laH year with tlic il!4' 'Army learn. He has jchcjled li»!'>!J; in the tomfoolery ol the War-1 A I uer system, and nil those halfbacks ( kj: jiiuO linemen are wiiil to see some- : .*•*-; ' body try ll on Itlfm - ''fit There is so much talk of beal- ..f|j in? Stanford that, it Glenn. Sco-j.;,;. -.'>• Warner could near it. lie sure- .'M •y wcuUi feel proud of the honor pj i .. Jonesboro Sunday j>---' '• For 'rournanieut | ^ • Golfers o! the lilyllievillc couu-j;J|j; • try club and the Jonesboro country i ;>* v ' •club will seek a final settlement ot I'M' : honors for the year when the local i(M !niash!e wiel'ders journey lo Jones-| ;>» ^boro Sunday. jM ! The first Inter-club tournament j ilj), j was played at Jonesbaro in the w- ! spring a'nd resulted In a decisive IJW. -,. i victory (or the Cralghead eapiul | $$ golf tcnm. Later in the summer.; 2*5: "' ' the Jonesboro golfers played ever i l[J, a '.the lilytheville course and were ds- pJ.J- the vr.-,:!ie] tented by a one-sided score. i jjv » !o;-.i. v;c j i For tile, first time tills season the i M -•j- : Blythcvil!c golfers were successful -M; . , ^011 the road when they defeated • A - ''"ithe Charleston. Mo., golfers '"•'' ; Charleston. Oct. 19. The local pa: 111 chasers believe that thsy have over- M a' come the " Jinx" t^ial ha? JiJ ii•. 'trailed them all season and thatj^;.> they will defeat, the Jonesboro team ; si Jonesboro. On their home course , " the Blytheville golfers have a spot- |\ < less record. • - E\-crett n. dec of the Blytheville club is anxious to have a big group } make the tilp Sunday in an ef- , (ort to wrest victory over the Jonc boro fairways. I Football: Paragould us Blytheville I Friday, Oct. 31st M> S&" ''vi ; 6 d^iSalftlk',;/. I I I I I I I I I 1 I i I 1 Revising YOUR IDEAS of What so Will Get You in SUITS and OVERCOATS The Downward Trend of Clothing Costs Brings You Really Be Luxe Quality Here Under $30 .... I I || I ft) I I 1 I I iiui v*j' • t5rt !;ffl p"'l cr- [ij h« M hat , «.> am ; Irj ITM ,,![»). 1 "" p 'VtV cf --M «»-'-w It may be thai S2f).:")0 or thereabouts has always been your price for a Suit or Overcoat, but not in ih? lasl decade or more has it brought you such extremely fine fabrics and exceptional tailoring as our new price standards briiiK yovi now in these garments. And because of thai fai-t xvc are making a very convincing value demonstration at this price, though value Riving is now on the same ratio of lowered price Ihroughout all other groups. The more you know about clothes values the greater the thrill awaiting you here. .ton t(c*Wccl. iosttiiiiinn, Tlw extent of Shakesjicarc's \ cabulary ^'as about 53,000 words. Tile be the Complete Outfitters For Men and. Boys i i

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