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PAGE SIX iss.y coiMlt -ti&ffa Weiner and Blythevilte Renew By Krenz Weinei; Has Already Reat- en Chicks Once This Season; Tipton to Start By J. P. FFUF.NI) Boasting one or the finest records ever compiled by a Northeast Arkansas team, Weiner high school, district champion? and strong contenders for the title this year, will make, their first appearance of Die season here tomorrow night when they take on Coach Carney I.oslle'.s Blythcvllle Chicks. Tlie game is expected to be the most sensational of the season. Coach James F. Rains' brilliant maple floor artists haye chalked uji twenty-one consecutive victoria this year and have yet to suffer a loss included in tills remarkable slrealc are U'o wins over the touted Jonesboro Golden Hurricane and a single licking administered lo the Tribe. The cliainpions whipped the Cralglir-ad rotmly prides. :«-lfl. at home and I o show It was no'fluke ps-oceeded to nosn them out, by n single, point margin in .lonesborn The seore ; v,-ns 26-25. The tribal don took their first of the spason on thr chin at Weiner, 2fi-20. i Can R\ng BHI : Onc of thc reasons why they are lending tlie district Is their ability to send Ihc splierc Ilirongh the ring, nnil nfler nil, Hint is the main 'issue in Ow cage sjwrt. In tlie twenty-one games (hey have tallied GG9 points or nn average of.ap- proximately 32 points per game They haye allowed tlie opposition but 307 markkers, or n.5 per contest Their largest score of the season was registered against Tur- rellin the "Mohette- Invitation tournament. Weiner won, 54-12. Incidentally, they copped the tournament in impressive style, defeating Leachvillc, Turrell,' Caraway, and Bono m order. Bono and Jonesboro have "offered most opposition, losing by one paint margins, 21-20 and 20-25, respectively. Lake City MBS able to muster but eight points against the leaders.' In Guy" McCulley," forward, and Jones, center, Welncr possesses two of tlie finest players in the stale. Last year in the 'district tourney McCulley.was unanimously chosen on the first team. He has continued his fine work Jhis-season nnd bids fair to b= named • ngahi. Against BIythcvlUc he scored n'put'of his team's tWcnty-flyc'-. pq|nts!"- Tlie pivot stnr,. Jolies,: also -has liccn '-u" deciding factor, in-'the. team's'succesi. Especially.-.was', his,.work outstanding against 'Jdnesboro and in the Monctlc series.:: Gibson, running mate'of JJcCnllejvis no slouch as a, goal shooter, '.either. Hurt nnd Senleney, guards', have proven defensive bulwarks''nnd. have done their shire of;(he point making as Jln.x Dofs CJiicJcs The 33-12: victory Tuesday night o>er the Wilson Bulldogs may prove a cosily ohe..fo.r.-tlie-:oiilcimsaws Herman Kocliler, elongated center, »n<tee fine Improvement lias been 'little short of sensational, sprained a wrist when. ho'.fell to the concrete fjoor ; during •• a mlxup and may be unable, to,play. .He was out icr practice yesterday but the Injury eave him much pain when receiving the ball. and shooting. Coach Laslte &• hopeful'that at least enough of the soreness will be eliminated to enable him to play. ' If Koehlor docs not get. to start H will mark thc third time a'regu- Wr has been -forced from action. First it was Hershel Mosley who ^Jf," 1 - 10 the felines because of chills and fever. He played the entire Weiner game with a high fever. Just before the JoncsbDro tilt Dick Tipton. clever floonnan was operaled'on for sinus. He has not, played since. Mosiey took part m the Wilson game the •. first of the — "— • Draper, New Track Ac<> I T . "'"-^ MC< -i l.caus I roians 1 nwarn An/ tl Kl .• i 'j 1 - i Another National htle Ktrf,ng for lifnty failure of trustees of Aikaiwi.s n]\r?f. al nate.wllle lo promptly t!n up Henry Hudson, formr-r lytlmvillo Jilgii school coir-h, as football conch for a swond season has aroused the ire of Batesvlllo fans and businrsr/ men. Hudson made a. brilliant rr-cord for his first year at Arkansas college, developing a team ot riear- fharnpionshlp caliber nnd giving OOSEIUD< 4/ DAN THOMAS . BV FRSK1NK JOHNSON .VKA ServJco stiff Coiwspoiwi I .OS ANGELES.— The lads and backers something to talk about lassies had a hearty .laugh when Tllc college has prospects for one' th« Unlvei-sity of Soutlieni Call- " f lne uest teams In the state and fornla footbaH team fell down and /«'<*nMy Us hrat clevr-n in lilstorv went boom last season to thn lime " l ' xL 'J c:lr " nr» ,,-.., c c form exhibited in the early part of "* se ,1f "- " * thought that Tip- Welntr * '° start agal1 ^' To state Trlplt-Header" nf w - D- Mcciurkln, superintendent ot the local city schools, has an^ nounccd that the Blythevllle girls' sextette and aL« the junior boys wUl play before the varsity game Weiner Weiner Wdner Weiner Weiner Weiner Weiner Weiner Weiner We ner Weiner Weiner Webier , We ner , Weiner SO, Tyronza 13 29. Lake city K. 27, Bono 25 27, .Caraway 15 38, Training school 21. 27, Black oak 15. 23, Tyronza 17 21, Bono 20 39, caraway 19 32, Jonesboro 18. 42, Bono 31 43, Black Oak 11 32, Marked Tree M 25, Blythev.ile 20. 28, Jon«sboro 25 'Weiner 42, LeachvWe ... Weiner H, Turrell 12. Weiner 28, Caraway H. Weiner i2, Bono 21, Weiner total 689, Opponents 367. ««»« ewrter New. Want Adi of "Going Hollywood. iH the same boys and uirls will fi a hard time trying to lau^i nt this year's edition of the Tro- Jan track and field team, which appear* potentially stronger ilian tliii squad that, was vnnner-iip w Rtanfoi-d In the N. 0. A. A. chain- onships last year. KIIOT i!e«p in fioo<l performers coach Dean Cromwell Is looki'iid I A |>etlllo;i lias been fiddref.^d t o "'" fMe & K tnistec-s and President w - s - Lncc 5' intimating that unless H " dsol > is immediately signed for IU ' !ct sra ">n Ihftl local support will i)e wl!tlc l r a w n- "Local supuort" be- l " K wlltil "• is cenerally nnderslood '° bc ' tlie '"^ecs probably wilt lnl1 '" Ifnf mid get Hc-m-y'.s sieii!i- ""' c °" UlK ' ! °t'e<i line. "'ulson Is reported in a mnod ------- -.».... i.., luuiuiiy •'—""-** tii u iii forward to u successful season and to lm ' c a lll! definitely settled bc- rctiirn of thn national title to the r °'' c ofrt ' ls he has had from other Halls of Troy, wlii-re it rfslcd so " l ' c <'-'- are withdrawn, wanting thiTO year In a row not so lonir lhc 'nnttr-i' concluded before Its ugn. . . ".loo late to sign elsewliere. Several The Trojans will be about the sl1 "' '"cnibcrs of Hudson's team of most, powerful team in the conn- .!; I >as( - s««sori luive hlntetl they wl " try nn ttie trnck. with nl. Ir-asl, one excellent informer in each " f ' xL fnlt football il " H'e'"' mmmi ti: Has Hard Time El im in a ting, Matthews; •'Cooler finds Going Easy •nv MAX's'riiii.M Hnyli, Mo,,-Fel>.<7.^opciiii>g the ihlrd... Annual /fVi-cminty 'Girls' Basketball • Toi'irin\menl' 'herb last "Iglit, ictidiring'tlie'.eight best'girls' cage ; leanis' in •. {'emiscot, nhnklln and New . Madrid comities, cooler, Forlnac.vlHe.'Sciinth'.nnd.iiaytl came out winners in.Ihs- elimination BOS- slon -and all nrc looking to championship laurels Friday night. ' .-In Ihc opening game/Cooler, favored-by thn dopestcrs to win the ueet, swnmpcd 'Arbyrd, 54 to 26. In lie second itainc T'ortngevlllc won over Braggadocio.' 39 (o 23: Tlie third same, featurlnj Scimtli and Cardwell, was won by' Se'nalli to 30.. . ' Tlie fourth game, which had the virtually packed.gymnasium on its cct most of the time; presented :laytl and Matthews in a dead heat layti's team, coached by Miss Vtr- Slnla Sanders, flashed In the open- ng mliuiles and secured a nice ead which Matthews overcome before the quarter ended. The second quarter sasy \fatlhews edge ahead of Hayti to hold n seven-point lead pi half-time. Finding their stride ate In |h e last half, Haytl lied the score In the last htilf-nlinule of . Extra time was ordered and n one more in mule Hayti s mik a tree shot and one field goal which lave them the game with a .score of 43 to 40. ' Tonight's games in lh e winner's !ght will be Cooler vs. Portage- villc and Haytl vs. Scnalh. In the Consolation bracket Arbjrd plays Braggadocio and Cardwell plays Matthews. v * Pollpwing arc starting members of all teams: Cooler: D. Bamett. A. Wal«m. c Baniett, s. Brooks, K.' Webster, 1, McKay; Arbyrd: Batcman, Pox Olll, Kmehen, Wllmaulh, Hlnlns' Portagevllle: V. Spencer, A. Mosely B. Christian, p. Long, D. Meatte L. Largent; Braggadocio: R. Bry, A. Parrls. a. Crowe, s. Hiick- i. H. Demon, N. nnice; Scnatlv R. Hemingway,'c. cancer, u. ca- B. Baughn, A. Storey, L. WELCOME, SUt ' ' . , . Tucker, V. Harrison, v. Center. E .' out. o. Rutherford: V. Burthntld, M. Me. P. Bites, M. Dickerman, E. ,', K ' ^'"e: Hayli: M. My- H. Stllbte, j. aill, M. De- vrcese, A. Slanfil. L. Cole. O. Ash- ity. Steele and Deering Teams Divide Honors The Deerine, out-pointed the wo " Mo., boys easily Steele bisketball M.i«. The StepV over with 17 nunev/hr-re menlnr Is eke not, l-ui-f-nt-Tfachfrs' Miami Meet WASI1INOTON '- (UP)-DclegnLps to lhe 39lli Annual Convention of f: National Congress or Pavr-nLs pvent. On the 'fMd tVii-' trar/rjip- b!u ' k nt lllr ' pears to be weaker than last season, especially in the high Jump .ind shot. put. , 'Die Mf? sli'ol, of the Tro/nas aji- pnars to' Im J'oy Draper, five-foot. -.<• ..„.,.. - —- -..„ ..I*'"' 1 P'Pnsm-ft. I'laiis for tliT'cot?- AlllioiiRh n rimall fellow, nraper, a u ' c " tlon were dlsfiL'-sed at a recent Junior, has, tremendously fust leg " IP61i nir of Hie' program commit- Bction and good drive. Supporting Draper are uftKEX CLARK GABLE ' BBU.t.EPAS Kl-ERK GEYBL-. Al ID vlOAI-l CRAWFORD W CQt ONCE HAD TO SEHDAH S TOHEH'MOniECVWEfi AN ( APARTMENT'HOUSE CMH- ER'COriFiSCATED'ALL Wfi, CLOTHES BECAUSE SHE= : - COULOIS'T PAY HER GF.IST; . snoop AVEKM- soon GA.HE.oy- GOU-; AI-JO OUCE SWDET A HOLE-IN-ONE. Ol-l THfc- four-Inch sprinter, who'last year' 8 " 1 ' '''Mc-her.i al Miami. Pla.. April ran the 100-yiud da.sli in !).!! sec- \' i9 .^° Mfl y 3 , wil1 combine business onds and Llie 220 in 20.B seconds. Drawings Announced for Boys Invitational Tourney Next Week . CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mp.—Drawings for Ihc annual Boys'. Jnvltn - tloiml basketball ••.tournament, lo McCarthy and. Al Fitch, a pair of speedy 440 steppers. McCarthy, a very smooth nujner. but lacking powerful kick al the finish, did 47,0 lust year and finished third In lhe M. C. A. A. Fitch's best mark is 48.2, made last year. He toured thc Philippines last summer and won thc national championships there In both •-- - lee here. The program Is bas«i upon thi! ilicmc, "Home—Thn Index to National Life" Read Courier News ill Now r.o«at*a at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS. Proprietor makes of rebuilt Typewriter*. »adlnj Machines and Calcobton Repairing— PmrU— Btbbont and 220. be played liecn announced 1'ienly Talent in 880 1'rospects in the 880 arc tet of al). Here Coach Cromwell has Ross Bush, the Dallas, Tex., boy who was national inlerscholastic tllle holder in .1533, and wlio did --~ 1:52 - 4 i" the event last year aiid here next week, have Hay Cartwrlght, California prep Pcmlscot chump in 1933, who ran only Five will- tj learns nlll pirticipatc two Mln connh and Poilap.cvlllc represent .New Madrid • coiui- ... nnd Horncrsvnllc arc (he Diiiiklin county .entrants nnd Dccr- ing Wnftlcll Steele Braggadocio and Carnllicisvillc \yill icprcsent iVinistot Comity IMI jcnr sen- atli WQII the ."lournnmeiil, with UecrlnB second. The draftings as "nimoiinced bv Prof. .Ploy<| BarnharL, are ns foflows: Mondiiy,. Feb.';.'.11—3:30 p. ni. I'orliigevllle v.s. Horner.-ivlllc; 4:30 p. m,. Deering vs. Senalh; ,7:30 p. in.. Steele Carnthersvllle; 8::io p. ,ni.. Warden vs. • Bra'c'gadoclo ! Tuesday,. Feb. 12-7:30 p. m., winner of Portngcvllle-Hornersvillc game vs. winner r of Decrlng-Sen- ath game; 8:30 p. m., winner of Cnmthersvllle-Steele game vs. win"" -' the Wanlell-Braggadocfo , easy ((iinrters as a freshman at U fi c last year. . ' • ' ' . 'Hlkli.;iuinlH-s. w i'n be handled by Phil Cope, national ner of game .Wednesday, Feb. 13-7:30 p. m.. osers of Tuesday night games for places; 8:30 p. llilrd nnrt lourlii winners ot Certain that he can mako.300 miles an hour over tha ll-mlto •tretcb ot sand at Daytona Beach, Pla., Sir Malcolm Campbell, English auto speedster, 13 ehown above, aa ha arrived In , New York. He expects to make Wardell Tpame an attempt to breat his record 'Cdius, etl.ll mllc« an hour In his new Blreamllnea Bluebird neit month. Tuesday night for first nnd second places. Mustang Mentor Madison Hell, above, su'ccceih Iln> Morrison .as head tootliall coacli at Souttiern Methodist Unl- veislly. Bell coached al Texas A. t M. from 1825 lo 1533. Morrison replaces. Daa E. McOusln at Vaiulcrbilt. McGueiii rutlred. Tarred roads adjacent to Caruthersville Cagers CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.-In |he final game ot tl:c 1335 season ex cept tournament play, the Carnth- crsville cage teams were bath defeated by the Warden teams nt Warden Tuesday night. T!)c girls game was \von hy Warden, 35.33 and thc Wardcll boys won 19-is' Harris, Waietell B lrlv forward.' was high scorer with 22 iwints. in the boys' game Carulhersville led until the last few minutes when iji lr ]j. son sunk a long shot lo ii e nm | ntlils looped a free pitch lo win The lineups: Girls \Vardell (35) Massey, 13, U nrri s 23, Spldell, Bracy, Morris ciart- Canilhcrsvillc (25) Tlsladt ->V Cook. Corbctt. Crysler, Taylor' lf~,\ ' l»t(er. Substltutloiw: Cmi'thm" villc-ChlU-ood 4; CoiTtll ™v,^ Warclcll-DcmiBcy, ska<; fi .s, .si,,],. : J!«ys Wardcll (10) ShcjMrd J rniJ tree, 3. Stofflc, 1, Burllson '7 M, "lis, I; Cnmthersvllte (I8 ( 'j '^' ens. 3. D. Nlchcns, i. Robing N , onsi: champion in 1833, and Ray Staley California state- prep champ (he same year. Cope, who liails from Oklahoma Oily, has done the .stick'-: in 14.7. seconds,- and Staley in H9 .; Normhn Pimi; who tied flic world record of 23 seconds in 1933 w m i-.iui .(he low hurdles for Coach Cromwell. Paul, n star in I93a ns-oui- of 'competition last year ith nn injured leg muscle TJie oiilj- real ihrenlr, tn tlii- flr^ui events are Bill Sefton. pole vanit- er; KennetlrCarpentei-, dlwim and Javelin thrower, - and A l Olson- broad Jumper... . . . . . Sorton clearert H '.feet 1-2 -inch as n (reshman last year. He is'n big boy wltli powerful shoulders Carpenter was second in the N C. A. A. discus throw last season, with n heave of 155 | C et 3 1-2 inche.5. Cromwell expects titm to lilt IGO feet this year Olson Is very erratic at the broad Jump, but occasionally gets ereat leaps. Such wai thc case last vear when he won the N. O. A. A. broad jump at 25 feet 4K inches tofs of C.rief, Too The Trbjans' most serious losses through graduation were Will Brannan, who did B feet 5K inch es In the high jump, nnd Hncston Harper, Dl-foot shot putter. Crom^\LL. SP S tin S gray h alrs by --- <wiiui^v>v X"lU5O r lS sprinlcr. who was beating Draper at the end of last season, and Ed Ablowlch, plnnplc iGOo-meter re- Jay man, Always hlgl» np In the Jim Abbott, splendid sprint pros- cl. who used to defeat Draper r £! . bo ^., were Ashmen, " to bo lost, thi-ough a p,,u dll l m sustained in a eamo or touch foo't ersville-H. Creech, Rcferce-schwam. both ga mcs . for these cvenls. T\vo other boys who missed are Charley will be Parsons, Annual consumption of nosoline u automobile only i,, ti, lsb co ™. -ry amount-s to H.soo.ooc.oon S a\- MR. MICAWBER ""'^beautiful budget .FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. DiSOXAKCE o "My other piece of advice, Copperfield," said Mr. Mi- cavvber,. "you know. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen six, result happiness. Anhiial income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds, aught and six, result misery"." The blossom is blighted, the leaf is withered, the God of day goes, down upon the dreary scene, and—and in short you are for ever floored. As I am!" * * ' *. . ' Take it from Mr. Micawber, or from any one pf thousands who know it for the truth, there's no friend like cash! And there's no way to be so certain of cash as to spend within your budget. • . • •Begin today! Say to yourself—so much will go for food, so much for rent, so.much for fuel, so much for charity. Stick within your budget and you'll find it bountiful enough to leave you something over! One of the best ways to budget as you go is to read thc advertisements in this newspaper. Daily, as in a parade, the good values of the good stores march before you. Roast beef or chops for Sunday dinners, a special stylo in men's shirts, new drapes for the living-room ..'. the advertisements will help you choose them all, and often at a saving!

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