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PAGE SIX li!..\"I'llKVUJ,K AKK.) COUK1KK wampcd By Hudsonmen, 46-0 BRUSHING UP SPORTS Laufe hicks Superior in Every Oepartment of Game; Bi .mprovement at Ends. The Parngouiu Bulldogs, who! isted an unblemished record for e season unlil they encounlcred .:.s Blytheville Chlckasaws at Hal- ] :.- Field yesterday, were swept pell • :11 into lhe list of "delcatcd"! •ms after facing the most dcvns- • '. :ing 'attack and stubborn defense . e Hudsonmen have shown this, -. ir. The score, Blythcvllh 46, ragould 0. i With visions of a Northeast Ar-! nsas championship after many; . .in years, the Bulldogs, accompan-1 I by a large and spirited group; -.. fans, moved into Blythcvlll; Frl-' . i j morning. Their hopes faded { jn after the game opened and -.- ire but slightly revived when the . .illdogs threatened in tfte second, Barter. After that the lone of tbei ttle was decidedly Maroon as the \ J washed away before the at- -.-ks of thc Chlckasaws. Seven touchdowns were counted . the Hudsonmen with J. T. . ,-aig, quarterback, getting two on v.ig runs, Tommy Short, Pete alg, I. O. Wl'stbrook and Bcr- ..-.rd McAfee, one each. As a ant .. climax, Oeorgc Matthews, crack .'liter and defensive bulwark, lied back and carried the pigskin .er for a touchdown in two tries om the 10 yard- line. Four extra .ints were converted. No Outstanding Stan. For thc first time this season •liere were no renlly outstanding; :dividual stars In thc Chicknsaw j ..neup. From end to end and in ' .'.c backfield the Hudsonmen func- :ned smoothly and efficiently ex•pt for a brief sprees ot fmnollng. ho most pleasing performance In «.ie. Chick forward wall however .as lha work, of Gordon and Luck-i ;t at tte wings. Gordon got his jst game of the year out of hisj • /stem and Luckett, playing for the rst time at an end position, dls- .ioycd real defensive ability .-am up with Gordon. Ine win; •ftissEV-R.YOST; SKfe FULL8/x(lK/ 10 SEE BIG HOW! i 41 ever Virginia's Cavaliers. There j (ire those who like Alabama and I lliose who like the 'Cats. About lhe ! only pro-game certainly Is that fur will mix with The Tide. I That tak,?s care of lhe first four ILMHU In conference standing, leav- • i»b two other undefeated teams— CU-iimn and Tulane — playing . teams In thc 'defeated' column. I Tennessee should defeat Clemson, Seininoles Beat Parkin Gridders Friday, 13 to 0 OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 1.—The Osceola High school football learn but for thai waiter Tennessee was scored a 12 to 0 victory over Pari i ra:?d far better than 9-7 over Car- kin on the Osccoli field yesterday AlK'iffll and BitlCl' Rival- ! oltna's Tarheels last week, and may afternoon, v.-iih Abie Nichols star. I . r . .' u , i iutfcr a surprise. Tulane will en- ring In two brilliant runs fc; I'lOS and title oattics 011 I counter little relative opposition touchdowns. TU' Afi^ '.from the Mississippi Aggies, al- 'Hie game was hard fought with 1 niS rtnernoon , t i, OUEll lh , Aggies surprised the Win. Icse or draw, the fans were in for l!uir nioney'.s worth, as every team was In boll:r than mid- inis'-n dim. knew ivhcie It wanted lo yo and was hcadird in that general direction. Headlining th.2 Scuthcrn nienu, head and shoulders above pvory oll-.^r ganiL 1 . was the Alabama-Ken- , South by dumping L. S. U., 8-2 a 1>V I--OSTKK KATON ! foitnigllt ago. !'jii'-<l I'n-ss Staff Cnrrrsimndont I In t i lc t , t h cr st|-| ct |y conference ,V1LANTA, Nov. 1 tUP)—Prob- games, Vanderblll entertains Ole ;;;,!:.- 2DO.ODO people—possibly more Miss »l Nashville, Georgia Tech •-.(,'/. a half holiday In the South i sc ., s t ,, chap;! Hill to tap the Tar••,-!.iv to witness some of the b?st heels, Virginia and Maryland head- :-;.:bnll games of the season. - u nc [| 10 eastern end of thc circuit. Ancient and batter rivalries came at Clmrlottcsville, and Washington t.ne l-i face tiyaln in games dcslln-1 & Lee gun for V. I'. I.'s Gobblns .•:! tr> Ktnd some ttt!e ho;)es sky- at Lexington. • i'ril others In (he opposite dlrcc-1 Outside the loop, Auburn meets Wofford of lhe SIAA; Sewanec meets Hice at Houston; L S. U. tackhs Arkansas at Shreveiiort; N. C. Stale plays lhe SIAA leader, Presbylerlan, at Raleigh. Duke goes i imersectiona! again to meet Vill- I auov.i at Philadelphia; V. M. I. .libels Davidson at Lexington, while •y i South Carolina met Citadel at . i- n;cky clash al Sloll Field, Lcxlng-1 '.c:-., Ky. : Southern Conference Standing These two teams top th° S. I. C. By United Pycss r';i:iding with four and three vie- (Including all'games up to Oct. 30) tc-rics respectively, and go into the Team W L Pet. • baltle undefeated In or out of con- ' Alabama 4 0 1,000 ' feronce circles. A tied score would ! Kentucky 3 0 1.000 ,<K disastrous. j Goorgla 2 1 1,000 For down at Savannah, Ga., the Clemson 2 0 l.OCO PirlM-gs of Georgia and the Alii- Florida 2 0 1,000 Tulane 1 0 1,000 Ga. Tech 2 1 .fi61 Tenncsree 2 1 .607 Vanderbilt 1 1 .500 Miss A A: M 1 1 .500 Duke '.. 1 1 .500 Maryland 1 1 .500 N. C. U 2 2 .500 S. Carolina 2 Virginia 1 L. S. U 1 N. C. Stale 1 good teamwork on both sides, and the Osceola boys showed a marked improvement over their play in earlier Barnes of the season. orangeburg Thursday. Wilson Defeats Shawnee WILSON, Ark.—'Hie Wilson Bulldogs defeated the gridders o. Shawnee consolidated school here Friday afternoon 27 to 0. The locals outclassed the visitorr and were never in danger. J. T, Craig broke loose off right cud for a 35 yard jaunt for a icuchilown. It was- a flu; (lush . Craig; also converted the Iry for 10 1 extra point. ~ '", "^ ;.- _:,; ~,^v " v~ ~ T' Young Craig rct>eatctl the trick •ad been the Chicks weakest posl- Ii; . v mlm . (( .., ] n i c ,. nf (er 'splice, Paragould halfback and ~f£™ »$,* ^ i ball carrier of the first rank, wasj |, unrl ., lb ,, ck sll , „,.„*,.„ cml fo , .n. runnmg star tor Pnraioula ami ^,, oUlcl . loucn ,i wll Jnull , ,,„„„„,, ,-ombmed with the Justice to Sin- u , , , J ,,., J .passing combination to giver lor ,- 0 |m fniicri Dogs their only -sustained of-1 .,',. „„,.,•., „, .„..„,„, klplr . Tom eight yard line before the were firmly and thoroughly smothered in the lecOnd quarter. Four of the Bulldogs five first downs were made in the second quarter. The Dogs advanced again In the second quarter to Blytheville's H yard line but the ball went over to thc Chicks on their own 25 yard line as the H.udscnnicn hurl;d back the challenge. Blytheville counted 19 first, downs to five for the visitors with cli:cr louchdown drive- Westbrook fk'lil. Short run for a first down ami repented for another uller a simill yum by J. T. Ci:iig. Westbrook was sent in at halfback, replacing Burns. The husky i^wrvu ii:irtcked through for a llrsl down 0:1 two plnys. He weiil over Irom the six yard line for a touchilown. lhe extra point, was good. J. T. Craig intercepted a pass by ntid the Chicks were on an- the Bulldogs failing lo register a single first down after the first half. The Chicks first touchdown came about midway in lhe first quarter.' l:ok After the kickoff and an exchange of punts the Chicks got lhe ball in midneltl. A sustained march \vith Short and tl'.2 two Cralgs lugging the ball put the pigskin on Paru- gould's eight yard line and Pece Craig was over the goal line in two tries. J. T. Craig dropkickcd the extra point- fumbled and Paragould recovered. Luckell took a pass Intended for a Puragonld end on Paragould 14 yaul line. Puraoould held anU ! t:ok the ball. ParngoiiUl punted out. Blythevilia lost the ball on Pnragould's 30 yard line. Paragould punted to mldfickl. Pete Craig's sharpshooling -loe put one cut of bounds on Paragould's 12 yard line. Pe:e Craig intercepted .' Paragcu'.rl pass. Paragould braced and held to lake thc ball en Its twi foot line. A pmil gave Blylbevillc possession of the pigskin on Para- Stribling Puts Away K. O. in 3rd BOSTO;-:. Gel, SI IU1'>—The nnviful blows that llaUcm-d Ot'.ci Vv:u i'or.it and Phil Si-olt gave W. L. i"Yomij;"i S'.ribliin; H t'.n-cu-1 roimd tLx-hnk-nl kii.-."kaiu ever K. ] I O. ClirLsiriii- i>; Akrcr:. Olilo. in' «hv. v.-:is tc h5vi; been, a iu-"uund -';-l ill the Boston Arena las'. 11:7!.:. Eliibllni; cr.mc in r-'. 191 pounds and appeared in perfect condition. Clir:s:ncr v.as 10 pouiuls heavier but Hits e.\lr.L iiouticlage was worthless against such u ywilt- nioviiig opponent, whose pcrlorm- ev.ce was Impressive enough to jive him thc rank of heir-apparent to lhe world's championship crown. £::ibl!nis bn tiered Christncr's hc.Ml with a (ivo-f.slcd attack and «r? of thcs? blc-v.-i, s ^iA-lip- lt!l hock, split Clirislner'.s ins;-' nu.l •he injury ;ip;varrd >o s.iions Iliat thc rcfi-rci? hnltc<i the Viwl ball Uesulls of Florida, both undefeated ! iv!:h twr> victories each, will be fijhllng It out on compromise, neu- •rai ground. Georgia should win, for th? Purple Hurricane of Fur- i mail swamped the 'Gators last • week, while Georgia walloped Au- i burn. 39-7, a team which Florida j il'js'ented by the slim margin of 7-0.! All Eyes On Lexington T!v only ccmparallve score available on the Alabama-Ken- trtky game Is supplied by lowly; Stance. Alabama met lhe Tigers ' in its (hlrd game and defeated! tlicm. 25-0. whereas Kentucky op- cucrl its season against Sewanec r.i'.ii a 38-0 victory. The chances :ire t!ia! that comparison means Sewance W. & L V. M. 1 V. P. 1 Auburn Mississippi .500 .333 .333 .333 .250 .000 •COO .000 .000 .000 Matthews High Defeats Hayti Eleven, Score 13-0 HAYTI, Mo., Oct. 31.—Hayti suffered her nrst defeat this season i by losing to the Matthews Bull- I dogs this afternoon, 13-0. i Ifatthews has a strong team and j they had the edge over Hayti. They j were very good in aerial altacks. i They made both touchdowns in the j fourth quarter. They got In scoring distance, on the. first touch• down, by an aerial attack and fin- I ished by line drives. On the second j touchdown they scored by a pass, i Ball, Hayti's fullback, was un- I able to play this afternoon because | of illness. Ills line plunging and ; end runs were missed very much i this afternoon. Most of Hayti's touchdowns have been made by Ball.. Fovdyce Is Victor Over Tigers, 34-0 LITTLE ROCK, AliK. — The Fcrdyce Red Bug's, led by the Jordan, twins, ran rcu°h shod over the LiUle Rock iiigh scho:! Tisers here last night to win K to 0 and become overwhelming favorites to win the state hHh school championship for the second successive year. The Fordyce Twins, or Red Bugs as [hey are sometimes called, defeated the Tigers at Kavanauglit Field in one of the most convincing dcmor-iitrations of Ico 1 .ball power ar4 football superior- f-ty that has ever been shown on ..*: lot.:! sridircn. 'lhe gamti was played before the largest crowd ever gathered hi Arkansas to witness an athletic event of any type and while no definite .•luck WES take::, expectations of (J.OCO were met. It W ai a, 11-man cam that Coach Bob Cowan sent ::aiiiEl. the Timers—exactly 11 men, or the Fordyce coach did not nake a substitution. Those nine oys who played with the Joran Twins deserve a lot of credit or Hi:; exliibltion last night for wrecking the championship hopes of Little Rock's team which had been higher this year than for .evcral seasons. o Fordyce Twins of Recibuos clbhed thstr right to be listed among the great teams of ts'o state's football history. Tlie ej>- Tiger line and backfielU wa; outplayed and the brilliance of dy little Ralph LaForge swr- ;acular LllMe Hock halfback won' uito pnrlial eclipse before the play •"? of (he Jordan iwins, Cim,' • .ind Gccrgc. EIGHT YEARS IN ONE MAY: I certainly had a good lime while I was 21. MARTIN: I suppose so. A person can have a lot of fun In eight years.—Answers. MODERN WOOER: I p .iy oid thing.jnay I attend,yom- wcdciins? SHE: Why, I'm not even cn^yed! Oh, as a bridegroom, i isie.in.-- Answers. Bulldogs Thrcileii , - The Bulldogs tok the kickoff and | Bould's 20 yard line, using a delayed buck and a lateral | Hnlt of lllc Blythcville Papoo,si's pass put on a drive that was, 100 * tnc ncl(i - McAfee to s d u thwarted on Blylheville's eight.' ^" els °n for 15 yard:. an:l a fust yard line. Justice carried lha ball down. George Matthews came- bn. „ ori-the delayed bucks and Spencer l - om center and crashed thc line sprinted around left end once. The for another first, down. Matlhcws longest gain for the Dogs came in ! (vellt over for a touchdown this drive when Spencer heaved a lateral passed to Justice and the latter raced 30 yards before being pulled down. The Chicks took thc ball in the shadow of then- own goal posls and elected to run the ball instead of kicking out of danger. H looked like an erratic move but the Chicks smashed through for two first Ciuwns with Tom Short doing mostl-Sain on the stvond play of the ball carying before a pen- k:ckoff. ally stopped their drive and pei.;! B| y" leviI! e- extra paint -.ins Secoy intercept;! a pass on thc Parngould 35 yard hue and cm Mod It back to the 18 yi-.irl line- Scco\ and McAfee hissed thc- pi Mn or a Hrst down. McAfee w.-nt ui,h yards for a touchdown, staniln •• • ' r hi- 'ry fo: nnlnt f.iilel q f Blytheville 4C, Paragould 0 in- oiew as Pnriigoiuit laiicd alter tl Craig punted. The Hudsonme.n got the ball on their own 35 yard lino when the IJulldogs pumed back. Another drive started and Pete Craig sprinted within scoring dislance with a 30 yard break off tackle. Tommy Short slashed over the goal line Gordon Colston Alexander Matthews Rayder tc} Jaggers J. Craig Luckett Ior the Chicks' second louchclowu, i Short Try for point failed. i Bnrns Paragould took the kickoff and i R Cral ? started passing. Justice threw one Substitutions — Bly.Virvil c ton, Westbrook. Mt; Fisher, Usrey. Brooks. Bone; Paragould. Mci).-,r,aitl more. Roscntiinl. !!< wether (Hendrixi. u to Singletary for 15 yards to take the ball to midfield. Justice tOLS.^ct another to Singlctary for 20 yards. Justice again passed lo bmgiciary on the Chicks' 14 yard lir.2. Singl"- tary was snagging them from all i^^.Vj." 0 ?^ 11 ' angles. Gordon smeared a Paragould runner back of the line. Atrick play brought a five yard penalty when Paragould left only six men on the line of scrimmage. Justice. was snagged on thc Chicks 25 yard line on fourth down. A couple of fumbles in rnldfleld and thc Tialf was over. Score Blylheville 13, Paragould '0. Score Mounts Rapidly Soon after the second half opened, a bad kick gave the Chicks possession of. thc ball on Paragould'a 4$ y»rd line. After Iwo small gains, Timekeepers. tary. Time utcs. MRS. CAMPHKLL: thc sweetest little 1m -i today. MR. CAMPBELL: Put i. ' Hendcison Stale 0, Arkansas Tech 0. IlriKirix-Hcnderson C. Ouschtta 0. : Magnolia A. and M. 100, Army and N.ivy Hospital 0. Ozinks 2fi, Stnle Teachers 7. Hiirdlni! 3:t. El Dorado Junior '. College I). i Stall- High Schools England 25, Gilletl 13. Conway 13, Searcy 7. Sluuyart 33. I.oncke 0. Tlfontlccllo 7, Diimns 0. Ilambiirg 2-1, Lake Village 12. Tcxnrkana cArk) 8. Waldo 0. Harrisburg 27, Trumann C. Slonn-Hcndrix 7, Ju:lsonln 0. Gentry 7, Bcntonville 0. SpriiiRdale 3. Fayelteville 0. Aslxlowu 7. Murfrcesboro 0. Ob 2, Danville 0. Eudora 21, Crc«se(t 0. Hector 13, Pocahontns 7. Fort Smith 18, Clarksville 0. Charleston 19, Siloain Spriujs C. Van liurcn 102, Fayctteville (Uni- vc-r.sityt 0. Mnivern 2G. Nashvilic 0. liradicy 0, Lisbon cLa.) 0 Kiev Benlon 25. Slicridan 0. Bellr-vllle 13. Alma 6. Mag.vine 0. Paris 0 (tic). Joncsboro 10, Newport 7. l.ttle or nothing. MISSED THE POINT - For huh the Crimson Tide and ! ELSIE: I don't love Ronald any liw Wildcat:;, have come along in 'more. Last night I wonted lo show t iiUh 3^. Alabama defeating him how well I could whistle and I '"How can you eat with a knife'' :le:i-. ? r «™l-*Hion. such as Tenn- as I pouted my lips to whistle- \ "it's not so easy as it looks. Look esscc. 18-G and Vanderbilt, 12-7 MOLLY: Well? around at the other guesUi not on' ":Mle Kentucky piled up 51 over ELSIE: He let me whistle-L-.is-[ ol them can do it."-Lustige Kol- laryville, J3-H over W. & .L, and! tige Kolner Zeitung, Cologne. ner Zeitung. Cologne.- (MISUNDEDSTOOD "What's the matter? Didn't vbu get on well with the girl I m reduced you to?" "Well. I asked her three or fn- times If I could see her home, anc! she said if 1 was as keen on iw home as all that she'd send m= " • photograph of it,"—Tit-Bits. IRONICAL "So you want a divorce Rani--" said the judge. "Yes," said Rastus. "I want a c;. voice 'count oh mah wife maV-in' an ironical remark." "An ironical remark?" "Yassuh. She said, -If you don't go to work I'll hit you in lhe i;:,. v.-id dls lial iron.' "—Tit-Bits. Head Courier News Want Ad- Pos. LK I.T LG C RG nr Qn HE HI! HB i IN' THE DISTRICT COURT OF i THE UNTIED STATES FOX THE JONESBORO DIVISION O!-' THE EASTERN DISTRICT j OF ARKANSAS. IN THE MATTER OF FRANK HORNER. IN BANKRUPTCY. To :'-ie creditors of lhe above bankrupt ot Manila Ir. the County; of MissK'ippi..Division and District i aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given (hat or.: Cctcber 30. 1330 the above named petitioner was duly adjudged .1 bankrupt, and thc firtt meeting c; I the crccUtois will be held at my| tff JCL- in the City of Jonesbcro. ii:: aid i):strici on Ncvcmt.vr 10, 19.1.1' 1 n 2 P. M.. at which lime the sriui ! credttr.rs may attci-.d. prove their c -"lin-s. ap'^oii:^ a trustee, cxamii:;-. ! lhe bankrupt, anc! Iransacl MI,-'.; I iliier business as may prep... ' ^ before said meeting. ! Al JcKCsboro. Arkansas. tl::s Cclotcr 31. 1930. F. C. MULL1XIX. ; Referee in Baiikniplcy.: Notice Levee Tax Payers Books Will Collection at Following Places:- Blytheville Court House Oct let me see hov: Thc HumorUt. you !•>;':; in HE: May I ki« you? - SHE: But what \\;:--'-l «-• say? '•' "'• HE: She says "Yr=-. r-, t hfr.—Tlie Hunurist. " :mi>. Koplln may be o;ily months old, but as a whistler she dccfn't need to lake a back tea', f&r any body. Already she cm-, whittle as loudly as her father, ami she can initial.? bird, cat and dog calls td perfection. This phot-.) iiio'vs Sc!n:a pulling on Iv.-r act. : I!-.: home is in Barberton. O. IN THE MISSISSIPPI CHANCERY COURT. SAWI3A DISTRICT. American Building and I.pan ciation. and W. I., rw.iny. Tnistec. PlalntllTs. vs. \. L. rwan. et- a!. Dole WARNING ouni:n Ti:e erf. udant. \V. J. Sliorl a;ncd lo appear in this ci utinn thirty days from iiiis ( i :el i>!iiv.-?r thc ccmphir.i of p!.'!i:!itTf, American Building i Association, and \V. L. my. ns Trustee, n -.vitiiess wlu'rcDf, I liavo ::nl3 if. my hnnri an! ilu- ; -ji| of the above court Ihis lltli d... cf Getter. 5.-.i]i \V. W. HOLLIPETF.n. Clerk of lhe above Cn-n: Bv Harvey Mcrris. DC . .:<:-:-• Taylor. : Ally, ad lllcm. j l8.2S-l.sj 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 Blytheville, Ark.

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