The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1937 · Page 5
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, NOVRMRRR f$, If There's Any Way To Pul Hope Ahead He'll Try It H.v .1. I'. KHIMKI) One of tlic main reasons—other llirm Hie fact that Vasco Bright i:; physically fit and ready for action—why (lie Hope Bobcats should be feared in Friday night's hat- He with the Chickasaivs is the (act that Foy Hammcns will be sitting on Die vislior-'i bench. Just in ca:.e tile name ha;; escaped memuy, Foy Hammons is at present head eoa :1> cf tlie Hope Hcbcats. Hi' has b.'U, doing Hill sort cf thm'4 for almost twenty years ami has a distinct habit of turning oat winners. Rated during his ac'.ive days as one of the r.cst athletes ever turned out in Ihe stat;. Mammons has scaled even pi-catJr heights as a coach. Kc is almost in a c:a.-c; by lilm- ;clf within the -state and has received national acclaim by \irtue cf his pi-i-rtucts. Nineteen state, two tri-stale. and cue nalicr-al championship in 17 different branches of sport is tribute enough lo Hammons' skil r.r-.d genius at producing. On the other occasions his clubs were ai-.vavs in the thick of the fight and mads a capable showing. Under the direction o! CoacI llammoiis Hope has risen Iron an obscure small school with prac- tienlly no athletics to one of the front liners. In 1953. his first y<ar. the Bobcats won 26 basketball games and lost but seven His griririers broke even in U rames. Last year Ihr.y won nine tied one and lost one. Eo far this season they have won 5. lost two. Was I'rei.- Star lii.s athletic (lays date back more tilan iwo decades, bm each year finds him craftier than ever. At little Hock high lie won eight letters in four sports, basketball, fcctball, track and baseball. He enrolled in ths Jonesboro Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Arkansas State College) in 1915 and in his first year was chosen as fullback on the all-state first team which was named from nH cclUgcs and the University. .Arkansas A. & M. won the stale rngc championship Uic Iwo years he .\\-as there, the lanky athlete playing no small part in the Iri- iimplis. Alter, his graduation from the junior college, he selected the University of Indiana lo complete his education. It was interrupted after one year by the World War. lie captained the Hoosier fresh basketball team and was alternate captain on the grid squad. For 22 molitlis he served with ll.c A. E. P., and upon his discharge in May. 1919. returned to his /Uinu Mater as head conch. Makes Collegiate History .Hammons' Jonesboro A. & M. iccltr-.il teams of '19 and '20 were perhaps the greatest in school history. The Indians won 8 and lost H. Tlie basketeers captured 10 and lost half as many. He introduced baseball, his nine winr ning 6 and Icsing five. Fan:; of Pine Bluil were clam- orh.r for a winner and selected the popular leadfr as their "Mcs- rs." He proved the right to the title for in five years at the helm of the Zebras IhJ Juncrs ami seniors took 13 championships. They reached their peak in W25 by being acclaimed national champions by defeating Baytoii. Ohio. The Zrbrns' record under Hammons uas 58 victories. 4 losses, and Iwo ties. The Juniors took high honors in Jhcir basketball division in '22. •L>; and '25. His senior quintet won UO ond lost but 20 under his regime. They won flic tri-states tournaments in Memphis in 1925 and '20. ai.ri ranked fourth at Chl- cf.KO in the 'ipUonal. He t"ck his crack track squad !o Chicago and placed fifth in a meet in which 28 states were represented. They annexed the state title in TS. Creates Zebra Setup Hammcns is generally credited with the Pjuc Blufl athletic setup dial lias continued Ion? after !',!• departed. 1'nc next five years were spent at Ouachita College, during which ilir Tigers v.on 31 and lost 6. :>nd tied 3. They were declared champs in '2C. and were co-claim- iinls with Henderson Stall Teach- ers the following season. The (rack teams of '29, '30 and '31 ranked first In tlie state, nnd his basketball lives won 59 and lest 33, winning the championship In '27 nnd '28. Ke moved over to Monlicello in the fall of '31 and continued to wield his nmgfc, producing ccn- sistcnt winners hi all brandies of major sports and raising the Moll Wcvils to the front. Yes sir, this Hammons guy is u modern Midas. Everything >- kudus turns to gold—wii..,,,,,, geld. And if lhe Chickasaws aren't extremely careful they loo may l:c listed among the- "also runs." If Foy can possibly bring his charges home in front you can bank on him doing it. lie (r, no rcs|>:clor of persons or football teams or football records BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS given to show that not one of the big somes would have resulted In a lie . . Why bring (lint up? . . . Only S out of 183 ended that way last Saturday Heavyweight champions nrc running In cycles (cr circles) . . . Recently Joe [/nils announce! that he had signed (o do some movie shorts Not to be outdone. Ex-Champ Jim Brad- riock Is to olTer Jack Ucmpsey sonic competition ... Is to be a blj! slenk & gravy man soon . . . -- „ ... : In lam years with (lie Chicago turns to gold—whining | Bears Jack Mmidcrs lias place 1 " "'" r " 1 '"'- - kicked 170 In m attempted place Trojans' Coach Hears Howl Of Wolves, Resigns I HOT SPRINGS. Nov. 3.— Coac-li Mcrvlng Perry tcn.lcrcd Ills resignation to H n. PAGE PIVb The Dope Bucket By i. P. Frifim kicks after touchdown C\1 n field goal last week to earn a tie with- the New York "Jernls" . . . Bill May. erstwhile L. S. U. Tiger, displayed a magic toe for lhe Pro Chicago Curds . . . Kicked two field goals . . . Prove:) lo ] t? tl-.c margin. . . . Got his start at Norphlcl, Ark. . . . Later starred at E) Dorado. Former college .slars about whom reams were written, are breaking into the pro football headline.., . . . Familiar names Istcd in ln.st week's various lineup:: included Paul Sinucklcr iTemplei, Philadelphia Eagles . . . H'nyne Miler and Ernie Pinkcrt i Southern California), , Sammy Baugri IT. c. u.), Riley Smith lAla.K Waslilugion Redskins . . . Caynrll Tiiuley, P,U Cctlce. Bill May il,. S. U.) Chicago Cards . . . Henry Hammond (Southwestern of Memphis), Jack Manners mid 13ro»k3 Ma- The setup ol tiie Arkansas Athletic conference is all wrong, in tlie opinion of Scribe A! Rose. Tlie Camdeii sports editor says the BiB 15 idea, now in vogue, doesn't cover- enough ternlciy. ... He i points out that such" .schools as] Texarknn,,, Smackovcr. Nashville. „,_ „.„„,,„ mlu ,,,.„„„ M!1 . .aid o hers m all sections of l'.:o | gm-ski ( Mimi.), Beinic Muster- sale. hBi-c come to the front rap- , 011 (NYU ). N. Y. Giants 'XiSir n ind " !lC(1 i" ™< Dixh "<" vdl 'Alabama). Chica- ^-Bankation with an ccmal chance | go Bears u«a Nashville's victory over Camden i >-••< -•='-• -'and Hope last year. . . . And Smackovcr's second consecutive whipping administered to El Doratlo. one of tlie tig teams, was given as evidence of their strength . . . "Geographically the Wonder State is an ideal setup for a northern and southern division of the conlcrence . . . Each would . And have Arkansas is - - - utivii tsuiuu ucelare a winner and meet one u-csk nfter Thanksgiving for tlic state title. . . . Neighboring Louisiana has found it highly satisfactory tc all , . . With the possible exception of the loser . •' T'nc Pelican slaters have two classes. ... A & B titlists in both >l. UULII. . , , .vinmloun la one of (be few stales which does not have an official fcotball champion and it is high time something j s ttone about it," he added. * • » Slalislics frorn the Greenwood wood game are interesting but <ic not tell the tale nearly as well as the final score. . . . Yards from rushing — Greenwood 160 I in 42 plays; Blytheviilc 81 in 27 ]>lays. . . . Yards lost from fcrimmage — Greenwood 0 BIv thfvttle 38 . . . yards gained gamed from passes from scrim- i;iage--'Greenwpod 3 Noire Dame's Fighting liisl making believers out of the wise boys . . . Won't pay to bet againsl them when the chips arc down . . . Ask Minn. ... As a goller, Gene Twiney nns a good boxer . . . Byron "Whlzzpr" White, Colorado's stellar quarterback, ha; been selected as a Rhodes Scholarship candidate . . . Jonesboro is running a special train to Little Rock Friday ... 134 shares ol Newport Baseball sicck have been offered for sale to pay Indebtedness . . Showed a deficit of $I3B . . A 2l-gamc victory streak of Central High. Cape Girardeau, was shattered last' week by Tilgh- an High. Paducah, Ky Okla. , , . . . . A & M has 2 Pawnee Indians on the squad Football has cost . . . the lives of only 14 persons this year ... A decline 'of 25% But one from college ranks . '. . Ivan Perkins, Mexico Normal University. Las Vegas. 4 on out u of 11; Blytheviilc 109 on 6 out of 10. including a forward- No Shident Tickets To Be Sold At Gate There win be no student ticket: on sale al the gate for the Friday night Blylhcville-Hope football game, it was announced today. Tickets have been sent to school' lateral for 35 yards ml 7 touch nt^ I'T bCC " SCI " down . . . p assc s imcrMul^ J"?' ghoul this £ec "°" all(1 stu - Blythevme 2, ^'™T^ ^^ •»* W "".in them , yard run for touchdown Returning- Greenwood 68 yards' Blytheville 1C8 yards. , . , j», ml s -Greenwood, five for average of 3* yards, Blytheville. "4 for an average of 38 yards. . . . Penalties- Greenwood. 1 for 15 yards; Blytheville, 4 for « yards. ' ' before th.il night. Adult fare will be charged everyone at the gate Friday nighl. This is being done tc eliminate congestion al the gate, it was pointed out. Read Courier News Want Ad» Some ambitions rails arc for ssn.-r^.jr-. -srf^i Sdir Evaiisviiic ' r - ri - ' 3oal 2 . - ... ^LlL^t,! alter touchdown 1 first downs i points 2 Field Poin I Earned Harvey Stewart Dr. F. A. Robinson STEWART-ROBINSON Succeeds City Drug store S we Specialize In T\ Medicinal Wine & LiqtiorsjY ZOM \V. Main SI. Phone 20 Phone 20 ELECTRIC ft ACETTI.ENE WELDING AT BEST PRICES PRO.MPT SERVICE larkcdalo Mfg. Co, I'EQNE J3 Table Floor POTTERY Hand-Painted WALPOLE'S Tlic Complete Electrical store Phone SM 1JO S. SeeonJ intendent of schools yesterday. I'cny also tcBrfics history utid will continue In Itint enpnctly for tho icmtilnclcr of the school year. Thcro has been 11 Br«\l <lcnl of frlticlsni of tlic fcotball le:un (Ills year, du-- (o its paor Allowing. Lo. cnl Eiipiiortcrs hnct excused prov- 011:1 ;icfcnls bccuusc lAin Hot prinijs beys iverc greatly outweighed by cllier (dims anil could not stiuul up under the powerful drives (if itir>ir Then. loo. Pm-y «'<i;, lack of reserves. n c i s SR |,, to c mnurkecl Hint those who i wild mnkc "(iibt class bucks were u(j horns" In the bljjh school down to A Cases i r , i V"' nv t!l llmt wo '"l«r»l smooth- v |H T !t "^ lb havc *'"••'> I' was new y ' "'"•'"''oil to the crnnkcus So drain the crankcflsc-NOT your ixxrket- ' 1 ' "'« W| "'«P« « Mo o ,«/.!m ' S ,,"! e '"X' lcr rcc liilrcnwiits of today's m ° r3 k( ' c;UIK ' " ll;ls '<-<rrt i"'o It by Phillips ,,»?,„ K mode,,, process. Ik-sides, it is "xlr. " lhrift j'- No wastcr »' ' B m f , ° Ut or , tur " ° 111 ' «« him is tougher and longer-lusting. , drai a Qt. refinery-sealed cans a qt. in bulk Shoes Will \\-cur Wlicn Uciiirc ;tt Smith Shoe Shop US South 2ml SALEM, ore. (UP)--Years ago soldiers say, (he army diet con-' >i£ted ol "bums Jor breakfast, wans for dinner and beans for Dipper." nut today youths In CCC :amps IbroiifjhoiU the country cat the same amount of sail as beans which is only S.yiS.OQO pounds n ON THIS 'MAKING TOBACCO THAT'S GUARANTEED MILDER, TASTIER-OR YOUR MONEY BACK?"-SAYS PAUL HODGES TRIPS AROUND THE YHWD <p(K0 HAVE MADE WHIU THIS WHISKi-Y MIUOWED IN CHAR8EO OAK <A$f{$J LABEL GOLD VIMS OLD! HARRYSCHNOOR (that's the smiling gentleman slnm|ing-un tlic stepladder) has a knack for rolling; hiss own, anil lie's handy with toqis, too. This photo of Harry, taken wliilo lie was doing n little repair work around the house, shows him with some friends who have dropped in. Present company, reading from left to right, is Leonard I.ce and Paul Hodges, who arc joining in with Harry's praise of Prince Albert "makin's" tobacco. Below you can see what they say about this [lotmlar favorite of roll-your-owners. PRINCE ALBERT "JUST NATURALLY SNUGGLES DOWN IN THE PAPER FOR BASV ROLLING/ VES, AND RA. SMOKES SO MUD TASTES SO RICH. IT'S SOfiflS msL TOBACCO/ "BESIDES bjinf so easy to roll," Leonard Loc (above) adds, "I'rincc Albei I is also a very mild and t;isty 'makin's' tobacco. It's Kol full, E.-.lisr.-.-inK bccly-wilh- out harshness. It l»;irn<; skra- anrl tool, loo, an-1 il auro is mellow." HARRY SCHNOOR ^al.ove) is certainly goinjr to enjoy thai i'rincc Albert "makin's" srnokc. Ami 11,1 wonder, for, as Harry P»l:: it: "That Prince .Mhc-i't crimp rut SI.IIT was niiuleUi order for all of m 'makin's' smokers." .***» PAUL goes on: "It took just one 'makin's' 1 cigarette rolled with Prince Albert to make me ;i !'. A. rooter for life. Imagine a tobacco Uiat smokes so mild and mellow, yet task's so rich ami full-bodied! And it lays exactly, right f or f;lst| ncat ro n ing . J . no S| ,, u . mg, blowing around, or bunching. And then Prince Albert draws f so good, and burns so slow and cool-aiul stays lit too." !'. A. rolls, draws, and burns so smooth because of the special way the tobacco's ciit- "crin>pcat,"it 1 scalled.AnollierthiiiB-Pri U ce Albert is "no-bite" treated, which, a? Paul says, assures an extra-mild yet tasty, full- bodied smoke. {!'. A. means real joy in any man's pijic too.) \ HERE'S THE FAIR AND SQUARE OFFER PAUL'S TALK9N' ABOUT: Roil ycmr.clf 30 , we |l c^arellei from Frinc,; Albert. If you d on ', finc! ,;,,;„, , h( . hncsl.lfl^lio.i roll-your-own cigarcilc.yo,, ever .moW, return the pocket I'm with ' the rcil of tho tobacco in il to u. at nny hme.wilhin a month from thi. date, and we w,ll refund full purcha.e price, plu, Po»l» RC , (Signed) R. J. Reynold, Tobacco Comjmny, Winston-Salcm, N, C. fine roll-your-own cigarettes in every 2-ounce Un of Prince Albert on

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