The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1933 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
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PAGE FOUJt (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTQBKKJ2, 19:13 Shades of Hank and Bill f | Porkers, With Tcniporavy Hold On Conlei'ence Lead, Expected to Win. BY JOHNNY KUT I'niltd Frtss Corres|ionden( PAYETTEVIliE, Ark, Oct. 12. CUP)—Arkansas' rcd-shlrted Razorbacks, who temporarily hold a strangle grip oil tiic Southwest Con- jerence leadership by virtue cf turning back the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University, 13 lo 0. here lost Saturday, will attempt, to sho» p the whole stale of Arkansas just how they gol t!:al way. when they trek to Llille Rock for their second conference battle Saturday with, the Bears of Baylor University. Tlic day which has been officially proclaimed by Qov. J. M. Futrell and Litllc Rock city officials as well as Arkansas alumni as "University Observance Day" will find three Razorback elevens ready to meet Morley Jennings' pupils on Kavairaugh Field. The kickoff is slated for 2:30 p.m. A record attendance frem over the entire stale Is jxp?ctcd. Arkansas will enter tnc game top heavy favorites because of the decisive milliner In which the Razorbacks not only turned tack but roulcd the last year conference champions, while Baylor was losing to Centenary. 19 to 0. LaForjf to Start Ralph LaForge, H5-poun'l halfback, who raced SO yards lor a touchdown on the opening plav o'. the game njjainst the Christians Is a certain starter. This same bit of "greased lightning" wl'o later In the T. C. U. game raced 35 more yards for the I'orkcrs second touchdown, also has two other long runs lo his credit. In tlic first game' ol the sfiu-on against the Mountaineers of the College of the Ozarks, he went off-tackle and then staged a 78-yard touchdown parade behind towering red-shirt. 1 ; who escorted him over (he goal line. Against the Oklahoma Baptists. LaForge raced tlic ball back from klckoft on Ihe opening play of the second halt for 00 yards and a touchdown. And to add Insult to injury, he kicked Ills own extra point. 'Head Conch Fred C. Thomson has kept, his ace on the sidelines most of the Mine. The Rice Owls and the Mustangs of. Sol it-he ill Methodist University . will lariguTaT Houston in their conference opener' Rittirrtay. Texas will meet Oklahoma at, Dallas, while Texas A. & M. will cruise along in non-conference comi>ctUion nyalnst- Klnwllle at Sah Antonio, and T. C. U. will attempt to recuperate from the drubbing handed them by Arkansas, tackling Simmons University at Fort Worth Slate Kacc \Varm The Stale College race will begin to warm up this week wllh Oua- chila facing state Teachers at Ar- kadelpV.ia Thursday to start the week's activity. Both elevens were defeated last week which .should put them in fine fettle for the coming scrap. Four all-star matches arc scheduled for Friday with Arkansas Tech, Rushed from a lop-sirtcd 2C to 0 victory over Ihe Missouri Min' crs, facing the Warriors of Hcn- drhc College at Conway. The Methodists were idle last week lo in sure being in shape for this maid which will determine Ir.eir fate li the state race. Henderson State Teachers Col Icgc, who humbled Louisiana Tech - 7 "to 0, lasl week at Ruslon. La will entertain the Bollwcevils o Mcnticello A. k M., hi an after dark affair. Mcnticello was he] lo a scoreless tl? by OnacMta ias week. The Mountaineers of the Col k|c ol the Ozarks, fresh from a 1 to 0 victory over the Bacone In dians. will tackle Ihe Trojans c Little Rock Junior College Clarksvillc. The Trojans were b?al cri by Magnolia A. & M. 6 to 0 las week. The Mulcridcrs of Magnolia , & M. will face the- Uuildous of Tex arkana Junior College. Tie cam- will be played al Magnolin. JotiesbDro A. & M.. who humbled Stale Teachers College. 13-6. last week at Conway. anrl the Paiilhcrs of Arkansas College will remain idle this week. Chicks Seek Line Combination to Hold Tech's Power Attack Ji'M. how fur lin> Chicks will go is WB and slrong enough to sland :n their batllc tomorrow night Uic brunt of (he attack if he is wllh the Memphis Tech Yellow fatt enough [o keep up with It Jackets depends principally on Purllc, the- defensive slur ot Ihe how the Blylacville line will weather the onslauchUi of a hard driving Tech forward wall and a line smashing tmckfleld. team, will be counted on to do heavy service backing up his mates. The present combination has not ^•r/' : tcclly green I K<<\\ | than Coaches ; •-\\ i' rlle - v ''iivo : : .! : \S l |lls WCI * W No one knows the uolemlnl pas- proved cnliidy satisfactory to the .slblllllcs of the Tech attack as ;i conches but finding a better one is ground gainer against the admll- a imrcl problem. Brownlee, a heavy Icclly green Chick forward wall lineman from the junior .squacl, has Kramer and I'uckeU. been tried out but nerds expcr- been c.xpeiimeniiii'i icnw lo develop Other prospects _ to develop tins for Increased strength revolve strongest possible wall to hold around a sudden Increase in the back the Jackets. K nmc displayed by reserve linemen Feiullcr and Limlsey worked at;who have already seen action this the tackle posts in the Piggotl! year, eii us the greaiest fullback in the. game and will probably get the Tech had a inssins offense last| Missouri Valley region. Last year; nod from the coaches Friday year that kept Ihe loculs hopeless-! 1 '-" lp(1 lne nation in scoring pait night. Alley nnd Lunsford have ly puzzled hut Coach Kramer be-- 0 ' l!lu venr ' fmti wa s second at been working at the guard nosi- licvrs his defense will work better : " IC c!os( ' of the season. ; argument on the date from Chill ; Walsh's Irish at St. Louis Univcr- jsity. Walsh's men were wafted from their feet, on the nlghl o( Oct. 6, 1933 by a windstorm uen- enucd in ihe football laboratory at Kansas State College of Agriculture and Applied Science. Days It might be said the Nolle Dame system, which als/j Is taught by Walsh, had a couple of bad days with the breezes. One of ihe elements of Ihe Kansas Slate breeze is named "Ramming Ralph" Ora- hain. Another is Oren Stoncr. Ramming Ralph started the sca- •on in zephyrllke style, scoring four touchdowns. In the garni- against St. Louis. Stoncr ran 55 j yards in the last quarter, and Ramming Ralph carried it across from the one-foot line. It Is Graham who Ls belli; Immediately upon receipt of necessary iu:ii:-: v.'u will be piepared to render prompt an-.l ofliclent snviee in co::,|:!eu>i3 jjoicrnmcttt ten cent cotton loans for ctio fanners of tin; Memphis territory. In rhr mcanlime. our policy for prompt or future sale is converting th;se ndvain-c. Inquiries solicited. Durkery & I'niim & l-'runt of liboiiil ao'vuncrs on nslcjn in i-lfecl. v:ilh tin 1 rjri 1 . ik-gc into government DonoUim :., Memphis inissiiiK offense of their may irouble: Tech. In tin- Chicks are expected to tells me thai such a linc- lions. How these boys will "fare ngaiml the Ycllowjackets 1 IOMCS | A football official who worked HKalnsl Tech i s a mailer of con-• tomorrow nlghl. And the Chicks''' jeclnre. They have turned In n - have fiilrly good brand of play so far hut on the other hand they, have , fact .... - ...... .... yet to face H line of the calibre j depend largely on their passing ; mo;51 of thc I'" 1 ? and relaxes the they will meet in Techs forward ! und running yiinic with the |»5s:- i rrs[ of the time by place-kicking will. Alley has been troubled by i hllily of '.-alum:; much ground on ' fonts. In one same- last year, m one of the games he never has seen ci acker. Not only that but he can pass, receive, acts as [jtiarterback » sprained arm and Lindsay has' i-cuvr- also been ailing 5 llghtly. Fendler highly plays through doubtful. 'IVch's line foot- Illlam Sliakcspearc and Henry Longfellow have taken up all. Shakespeare, upper right, Is a sophomore liollbnck al Noire amc from Fort Richmond, N. Y., who truces his ancestry buck MIC Bard ol Avon. Longfellow, reaching for a puss, is a.North- western end from ,Sup:rlor. Wlj. Chatter Grid News and Views Kiom 11. II. S. i. tat- 9 /WHO'S %WCOACH? /Oy JIMMY DONAHUE M1SS1SSIIT1 STATE'S They have a new coach at .Mississippi stale College . . . nnd they have ;i new football team, despite Ihe fact that. Capt. A. 1C. MacKechnle Inherited W Ic-lternKMi when he took over the jub. The new coach wauls n new imun In action . . . nnd lie's plcntv busy bnilOin^ it. ... Miic Kc-ch- nie. .a U. S. Army ,officcr, wn: made liead coach under a reorgan- j . izuliun of athletics at Uu. 1 Mas-' • —~I nolia State institution last season: Needy Can Own Vejclaules ] • • • after serving as commandant in charge of military tralnliv n:;ainst Wichita. Ralph carried 25 of his school's 20 points across the Vaneicrbili. Tiilanc and L. S. U.iciifliun Campus but with til..- stpKul he has., Ormand Lieach was oi-.e of the and the roiichinu uoili he's put- important defensive elements in ling in. lie may iiini Hie tables on the K. U. breeze lhai confused soinr of his stronger opponents Nolrc Dllnlc Anothcr , v!is O lcl Joe Line, composed of seven men who humped the Irish forward wall around ibughly. It may lake Hun;: Anderson i some time to recover [torn the • chill lliat Kansas wind brongbi :o j The year. . A kid named Hrrringlon. on elusive rniini-r. may make things rosy for tin- captain. . . boy was r:-.]{ of school hisi but rM:;ic b;i:.k ihis .season witli niuri- uei'^hl . . . and MacKcch- nic woutdn'l Ijt- .siKpriii'd If I:L> made All-Eirtithi-rn. honiiis this year. Nolve Dame. I Czechoslovakia's piT-rid"]!!. Mnsa- j ryk. speaks eight Iar.uuai;cs fluent- ilv. SLIDES <>/ RILL BRftUCHER. John ('aiuiill 1^ Golf Merlalisl In Missouri U. J'lay John Candlll. son cf Mr. and Mrs G. O. Caudlll of tliis city, was med- alist In a thirty-six role qnalitylnp round held on the ^University oi Missouri golf conr6c~"at Columbia Mo., last week. His low score vra 133. Tlic qualifying round was l:cld f sec bow members of the University squad would bo. matched asains Jefferson City country club play crs. Thirty goiters participated in tr.c qualifying play. Caudlll is one of the leading golf (13. of the BLj'tlievillc Country clu nrtd was club champion two years ago. Hr ijarllclpakd in tte quali • lying round ol Uic Wcslcni Aura tcur toiu'iwy at l<pii]|)hUs but fail . cd to qualify. -He was nimicr-up i Uic Nortlicas", Arkansas toiirnc tcld Here fest'sunimer. Tech High Friday! What c that should be. The Memphis lads seem a liltle cuker limn lasl year and the hicks nro decidedly stronger. The rabid fan will be on the dcljue with his shouting clothes n. It should bo one of the best allies of the year. The Chicks are exhibiting a rand of light that they're talking bout down town. A fighting team hard lo slop. blytheville has had a red hcad- :1 guard for several years. Henry unsford. a torrell lop, has takeu ic place vacated by John "Dady" lolland. Scott Alley is nursing a bruised rm as a result of the If air. Eddie Saliba, halfback on the "'aijooses. sustained a fractured rm in the Joncsboro game. The Papooses 6ct another chance l the Jonesboro whirlwinds on Oclobrr 20th and they hope to cap their revenge, for the defeat onesboro gave them recently. The local yamcs arc iLsually run iff very smoothly hy [he officials I has been the policy of the loca] authorities to secure an out-of- own referee and lo gel capable ocnl officials to assist the referee This practice makes the games •mi in a businesslike manner, a ] thine which the fan appreciates. 1 The High School Athletic Association .started the season considerably in Ihe "red." Fair sized crowds have witnessed the first two games but a big attendance is r.rcded at the Tech same to help clear up the deficit still remaining on the Installation of ihe lishts last season. Practice Ihis week has been hard and determined as Ihe team rcal- iics lhal it has one of its hardeM baltlcs bclicdulcd tor Friday. In a hard scrlnnnapc Tue^lny Quarterback Mr^clcy's team defeated Quarterback Morse's bunch live Ir.nchdou'ns to two. A fea'urc of the tcrimmdttc was the lli'e; phincin^ of Car!cy Rro^don. ! If \V. T. Burns, a 200 rxmndi-r. can round into shape enough to i in a tackle berth some of the i •cakness in the Chick line will be lied. However, he has a fish; n his hands to out Fcndlcr. l.lnd-| cy and Dlackard. Gebbcr Saliba. the Mnallcst maul •j the squad, is shnwing promise i a backfu-ld man. Two nlher mnll chap^. Ben FUhev and Nr'.v- lirisham. arc showing well. irr l.i a and shifty back bal needs experience. Uri;lu>in is me ot the hardest blockers on the cam Bob P'isher who has been converted from a halfback into an ••I'OPLAR BLUFF. Mo. (UP) — families dopcnding u|ion aid from "fare 1 organizations have grown chough vegetables and 'fruit to can 55,000 quarts. Five kltchc-ns were used under the direction of 3. J. Allen, In charge ot rclicl work 'n five southeast Missouri comilies. . V, the school. . . . Football is no .stranger lo him as he started \ iR Winds uf Kansas The Irish of Notre for Washington University, si. 1 renicnitrr :i new "ni^ht of Ihe big Louis, back ir, his playing days. : wind." as of Ocl. 7, 1033. wljcn School officials arranged tongli ichcdnlc for him in ills first year on the job games with Tennessee, big wind swept clear from lian :i.s University anil stopped the lisiin? ; Ruinbii-rs In tlu-ir tracks. Alabama J The .South DendiT.s may get an SAVE THE PRICE ADVANCES , Head .Couric-r News Want Ads. end is wajiin^ a ir.crrj' fit;lit with Kilz-on and Tipton (or a Hani: position. The PapooKs go into action again Friday when they to Kelscr for a yatnc. Grain KcgMry Office to Miivr MONTREAL (Ut'j—The registry office of the Canadian Board ot Grain Commissioners will be m cd from Fort William to Mcolrcal soon, it Is announced. 5c '- lUc - I."ic BORUM'S Fall Suits Strilunj; slylr. 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