The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 11, 1951
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER It, 1951 HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN 'Dis Woild Serious Ain't All It's Cracked Up to Wit Stale Buns, No Bums' NEW YORK CAP)—An Imaginary radio Interview with Alonzo Myopia, a J»lth!ul World series baseball J»n. Announcer—T understand you've been going to World Series contests for 40 years, What old you think ot thus one? Myopia—Awrlghl. Announcer—I tigrec with you. It was one of the most thrilling in history. How did you like the New York Yankees? Myopia—Awrighl. Announcer—yes, they sure ditl hit •plendldly when the cards ivere down. And what did you think of the Giants. Myopia — Dere dronklcktns was iiiboib, but dey need a few lessons In howda dribble. How did dey man- •g« to get all dat buttah on so few finger t? Announcer—Heh. heh. Well, sir, •nd would you mind telling our audience what was your biggest disappointment? Myopln—My cowtjcll broke In da told inning uh da foist same. I couldn't get it wolking again until da climatic contest. "Thlt'i Too Bid, Sir" Announcer — mat's too bad, sir. I guess that home i-un by Gil McDougald with the bases loaded gave you a real thrill, eh? ' Myopia—I di'n getla see ft, I was out having a beer wit my brudder- ln-!aw. Duh dope—he always gets thoisly at, duh wrong time. Announcer—Did you take your wife to any of the games, Elr? Myopia — At six bucks a ticket? Whnl'd I buy her dat television set for? Announcer—What was your biggest disappointment in the series? I Myopia—I got a stale bun in duh J told game at duh Polo Grounds, although duh hot dog itself was okay., I cannot imnerstan why it's always at duh Polo Grounds 1 get a stale bun. It oney happened to me once at Yankee Stadium. That wuz in 1938—or 1939. No, wall, > mlnnut, lemme think. Was it 1936? Back la (he Sertt* Announcer — Well, never mind. Lei's get bock to the series itself. What were you looking forward to most? Myopia—To gettln 1 a free ball. I know one guy who's got two free, balls and he's oncy been to 13 Wc-rl' Serious contests entire. I been to at least 56 games an' I never even Rot my Imnds on one. Not even dull time a liomer by Babe Ruth hit me in dun side of duh skull. Some bum stole (lie ball wile I was subconscious. How yuh like that? Whut crustt Announcer — That's tough hick, • sir nut about the series -do you j thfnk the better team won? That's The Scoreboard Myopia — Dat's wat dey have scoreboards for. ain't it? Don't doy I suppose to tell duh difference bc- j (ween duh two teams? Who am I to criticie duh Scoreboard? I got tny o\vn troubles. Announcer—Weil, let's put it an! other way. Did your favorite team ' ivln? Myopia—How yuh like dat? Did my fav'rut team win? Who yuh' to kid, Mac. You know well's I do duh Worl 1 Serious boycotted duh Brooklyn Dodgers this year. Dey were scared to let urn in—duh bums. How yuh like that? hscore-oL-R's Announcer (hurriedly) Well, BLYTKEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sale—Children's Winterwear WARM JACKETS, SNOWSUITS, COAT SETS TOTS' 2-PC. SNOWSUITS Reg. 9.98 0 They'rs sturdy rayon salin twill, cravenet- ted. Quilled cotton kasha-lined for warmth. Mouton collar and hat trim. Sizej ) to 4. EXTRA WARM ON COLD DAYS foil shades |O. 7 O for little gtrlr GIRLS' NEW COAT SETS Reg. 14.98 13.49 f_c) Wintar-brigM colon in reprocested wool with fur or fur-like trims. Warmly interlined; rayon lining. Some with muffs. Siie» 3 to 6X. QUILTED TWILL SURCOAT Reg. 13.98 I2.OO Women Score Another Victory; They'll Take Congress Trips PAGE THREB WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. (,!', _ Chalk up another victory lor women: When the men-folks tn Congress go Junketing off happily to remote 1 parts hereafter, it's more tlmti like-j ly thiil at least one lady legislator will be going along. The men may not like mis. Some dislike it very nutch, in fact. Hut' a fast team play by Rep. Hoffman (R-Mieli) and Conercsswoinan Katharine St. George (R-NYi hiis put them squarely on the snot: ] Either they'll have to take the 1 ladle* on their occasional Inspection; trips to London. Paris and else- j where, or a cloud of suspicion i-.ii.s-! cd by Hoffman and Mrs. St. Gcoi™e thank you very much, sir. And now we take you to—. ; Myopia (grubbing tho micro- ; plionct—Hullo. Mama! imllo. M 3 J ma! I'm on duh raddio. you hear; me? will follow them every inch of the way. Until now these. Junkets, which will resume when Congress adjourns in a few weeks, have been pretty much all-male affairs. Anil then up rose Michigan's gray-haired Hoffman to suggest a reason for this apparent sex discrimination: "Members," he said, "hai-e been rtoiiiR something that they do not ivant the women to learn about." Delightedly. Mrs. St. George seconded the aspersion. "I understand," she told the House, "that .some of these women :ire very hard-wcrking women. They are inclined to keep oilier members of the committee to (lie ^rimtslone. "t can .see for that reason Ihcy are not desired on lnps. They may spoil some of the more pleasurable moments, -some of the recreation." Motorist Pullt a 'Boy Bite* Dog' in Hitchhiker Stunt at Ark-Mo Line POPLAR BLUFF, Mo,, Oct 11 M'l—Dldja ever hear lhat one about the boy biting the dog? Well, a motorist pulled ono Just as good when he picked up and robbed a hitchhiker. The victim was given a ride near the Arkansas line by a man In an old model automobile bearing Illinois license. When they nearert Silva -SO miles north of Poplar Bluff' the hitchhiker. Earl Ikm-crs of Pocahontas, Ark,, said the motorist drew a g'in, robbed him of $3 and put him out of the car, Billy Rose, Wife Have Separated NEW YORK, Oct. 11. M>|-Mil- llonalro showman uiliy Rose and his wife, Eleanor Holm, have separated and n divorce Is in tho offing, the New York Journal American said yesterday. The couple had not bocu seen together m the usual Broadway night K|K>ls since Joyce Matthews, former wife of TV comic Milton Jlr-rle. attempted suicide July 15 in Rose's penthouse apartment. Rose and Mi>s Holm, beauteous former Olympic swimming star were unavailable /or comment. J5AVE.. BUY 100 Tablets 490 St.Joseph ASPIRIN L Well-made 100'r reprocessed wool coals \vi(h matching slacks thai give added warmth. Expertly tailored for school or play-wear. In sizes 7 to 10. Other girls' coat-aml-slack set 17.75 e6r' THESE NOW ON WARDS CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN (5) Quilled Iniide ond out for double wormlh. Lining filled with reprocessed wool. Mouton lamb collar. Green, taupe, maroon. 6 lo 18; The Yale University Art Oaltery in New Haven. Conn., was founded In 1833 by Col. John Tnrnibuu Washington's aide-de-campV *nd Benjamin Silliman. 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