The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1933 · Page 6
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__B],YTHT;VTLI.R, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS FIUDAY, OCTOHKU 20, Tricky Shawnee Team Meets Chickasaws BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer Kiich Team Will Re Scck-i ing Third Win of Season In Gain/: lonight. K'idi team '.\i!! be sei'V.in^ a third \i;:'.tuy for Ilk 1 s.c;« i :on when the P.lv|]n-vi!!c Chk'ki'.-aus and the KSia'.visce uridcVi-s !rom Joim-r mrd i ix 7-45 o'clock :oiii:.tu at Haley! Field. Tin- Chirk;, lia'.r vif:!orli'.s ovc-r G'-:t'i!:\ :;i!d l'i}'f;r.r. [n tln-jr C >; a.'icl a loss to Tech while liie '"'••i\vnr:e main ha' triumphs over Titiinami and Parkin and defeat by Parauoulc! nil its rtcoid. TrmiEht':; isami" 1 ••vili also hiivc trarin 1 ^ on the county champion-1 -viin '.vhicli u.'-e to be conceded an- j n!i:ili> lo Ihe Chicks bin ha-; ^ro\vn . into a frcc-for-nll alfair iii the! ff-il few vears. lie-sides the Shawnee and fJlylheville learns. Wilson. Cscco'.a. Luxora :ind Keiier have Mricl teams bin Oiirola ami "Kef- .••-T are already definitely out of t!ie county race. Co:icli Johnny Burnett, will lire- rent a fast [Hid Irlrky team tti- ••'•rht.. rto'io'.'is have U that tlv- 1 Shfuvr.ee-team ROCS in for .spinners :>!!d reverses In u 'o!|! way which] tiriv prove p. pu?7.1o lo the loeaK Tiie two teams 'ho:ilil lif about n:: a par in wclrhi with iiellhtr displaying much beef l>nt plenty ijl speed. Tin- Chirks liaii- an array of 11-it Ett:)>piii!! liack'i. almost coin-1 pletely t-hccktil in the TtTh yamt 1 . ivho may find thi- t'Oiny t-iriier ;i£ain.';l a li^luer team. Locke. >.los!ey. Hrokiloii and Mor.v ciin cany the pig.ikin In siippi-n- Insh-lva jnn v.-hilc Heck is a fair line' plunger. The prnciinl Chick thrc.u will cc-nu:y.;o hou'fie: 1 to be overhead attack. Coach Huriiclt bus • ;va;<-hod the CWrkb use thU at-, lafk Miccessfnliy against ilirt:e (cams this Ecasun und may have developed n de'enMj lhat \vil! stii|> the neriol v.T.rfnre. nil! "ijcriivelhiT will referee to- n'.ijhl'.s game and Frank Whllworili iviil serve as umpire. Hooks find Slides Bill Braucher was more Itinn they would pay, (Jrillilh (irlcvrs Again Tills l.s going to be ire wii Bon's association because the Big •VCD under the good o!d NRA ban ner, find all that. He !r, sorry that lie wanted lo make them pay tliat md l!ml ihcy descried him by re- liis.il to .spring w illi llic required amount. Arc we explicit? "We made a mistake," s'uys Clrif- filh In expression ol liU yii-ji (jrK. "We diurnal too much for .scats In tins .series and thp fans here in Wasmniiion rexi'iil it. Theyll hold Eleven States it wniint, mo for :i long tiim. Yiv-i. """" •,.[• made a grievc.is mistake ami T:JI truly .soiTy. I feel jt denji (lou'n In my heart." Train was too high-priced a manager to bo silting on the bench. GrilT could p-leve less at that time, perhaps, by liavinj a manager wlio not only was dircciins the team b:it takiiv,' a pbee among the nine out tiv-.tt on Ihe field. The Old Fox crieves (jath ways; It's excruciating. Send Delegates to Deaf Session NSWERS 1 f^Tv Tr^- V 1=' TUMC GUESSES An Ancient Woe •. Griff's remorse probably is a tv.-o- i-tlged bla<le, which is a very ciil- ting rcmorta. A.s liie O'.d TOx ruin* inato.s on his mistake during tile MhUer. jnd wonders if Joy Cronin can bring him unn'.litr profitable IX-'imanL-whine:-, pcrliiip.s re can of Clark GrillHh's dlsconlci or ol the Senator.-; nta o i!y ias lost a v/orld series, inn i i>; ] have IJOIIP tack on him as *tll i Grill is In a horrible d leni • lie is crying without know exactly what U Is thill aric c-.s liin most. His pah, ilc.slgnatixl heiv a thtt« fans who-have supprirti-d inn in Miily coinfortuWe circiinistaiu-e: for many years by kltklni; in Uu'i half fmck every fev,- day.;, did sic riot fo:- Ihe ]>rivllcgc of lnyinj; S:).au on Ihe line- for the same remote j>e\v.{ during tlx? hunentetl baseball tniirnaiTienl that recently ended. » • • couple i A Cosily [tesciu | noon. He was trying to organize | tfow Griil is sorry. He is sorry a crusade of griever.s. He cut his he tried to charge them $3.M be- own payroll to the marrow and cause lie has discovered that «:t.30 ' learfiJIy jiarted with Waller John- JACKSONVILLE. 111. lUPl—D;l-i from eleven states are at-| U'ndiug tlii- MltlHTJt Regional Con- j fcn-n^'o of Schools for th Deaf, I l!ir.\ '-The Illinois School for the! ]>:>(. largest institution of its kind west of the Alleglianies. is liost. Managliii; Offlctr Dan T. Cloud of t^.e llliiials school is president of tlie conff-ren-e. svhieh i-j to dis- look back a year to tho day when j'"» administrative and cduca- he dismissed Walter Johnson after j "<>"=• problems encountered in years of good nix! faithful service. | »' n1 ''- with tile deaf. Griff at. that, time ivas (jrli'ving! Suijerimendc-n'.s of the foliowing i^boiit, the terribly lii'i salar!?3 l).illj st " tc «-•"<»!» will be presi-nt: Iowa, playeis had been 'uetiinj; for a , Nebraska. Kansas. Kentucky. Ar- : couple of Ijdiirs 1 work of an -.liter- kmvas, Tennessee. Louisiana, Ok- BILL TEHHY in MAN'AOKIl d[ the New York C1ASTS. Tlic Fi/AC shown is Hie 1'ltKSI- DKNT'S 1 N S I C N J A. Scv.-n WIVKS of U. S..r'Rl-:SH5KNTS are still Ifvlnu—Mrs. Tlionius 1'restou who svas Mrs. limvcr L'levelaml, Mrs. llr-ujamin liar- rlton, Mrs, TticmUin- Itoo^evcl'. Mm. Howard Tali. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Mm. Crac:: Cundlnie Coolldge. au4 Mrs. Franklin !>. lahoma. Mfeo'.iri. Wisconsin and Original "Little Eva" Honored BOSTON (UF) — Mrs. Conlflla MacIJonald. 8ri, the original Little Eva in the firM production of N. lulic.i;::. Principals of day schools "Uncle Tom's Cabin, al Troy, in El. Louis and Chicago will alsoiY., in 1852, was honor guest be present. I a recent revival of the play here. FOLLOW IN FAVORITE PLAYS OF FAMOUS COACHES XK.\ Sirvin- S|K)rls Wrilrr • "Ai Alabama w have used till." lonvard lateral pass with gren f.t'ccess." says Coach FrnnS Thomas of tlie phiy diagramed ' r>m tin- ivcoi\cr ol Mie tor- pass. Ih'j left end. The o.Ti'iisiVL 1 liiinrds leave Hie me of ^crimnKiE;o and block the defensive mcklrs, wlifle the oflen- slvo tackles c<i.Kintnue on the de- 'ensivt.' tiuards. Any at'.empt. to •nf-.h tlu- pii.s.ser by (lie defensive ends is hlucket; by backs Nas. '> Mid 3. Read Courier News Want Ads. This play is urn from a fomiation whirls i.-i practically t::jiiD as a p lmi iiirinatinn. ROXY Friday & Saturday MAT. niul NJTK—Iflc - 25f A Tlirillin.i; \Vcslcrn Siarrinjr Tom Tyler in 'Vanishing Men' CARTOON - - SERIAL BIG DOUBLE SHOW .. . K,_:': ..X» Saturday - Sunday and Screen Rho\\ At No Advance In Prices! Sunday - Monday MAT. & NITR—lOc - 25c !•'AY WRAY and GENK RAYMOND in 'ANN CARVERS PROFESSION' Novelty Reel Chirk & .McCiilliniKh Comedy > ON,THE STAGE IN PERSON Ritss Ferris and His "BROADWAY VANITIES" CAST OF 25 ARTISTS This show combines everything In please — -Dancing. Spec ialties, lieautiful Girl Chor'iiN, (iorKeous Wardrobe, Music Comedy und Specialties of Every Type •. FEATURING (i M/» Last Time Today MAT. inc-25c NITE 10c-35c K , rts FOR\VARO PASS linsiip is fine for kicking. pr>ssiiv» rr running ll'.c ends, especially '..-hen there is r. triplc-thmt :na;i !.'. the key position. At the snap or Ihe tall the right i end goes down the Held [or a dc- toy. The left end also goes doivn tut only five yards, turns and comes back an.t receives a <ni!cl:. tiArd pats from N'o. 4 back. While Ihe stage is bslr.e set, lio. 1 go;s Paving and Sewer TAXES For 1933 arc now due a'nrt payable fi. C. CAUDIM, Collector Office 106 N. Broadway . Next lo New 'Postifllce ..v..:;., FERRIS and RAY I.ile of "The C»t and .the Flrt- dlr," and Eddie Cantor's "Kid Boots!" TUDOR CAMERON Late Orphfnm and RKO llrad- lirr Comrdbn CHUCK WILSON late of "Take A C'hance" GINA and GAINO "KKU Ht>T FEET," from the JlnrtdttTay i-how. "Strike ^u . Pinli." HARRY POPES From Al Jolson'* "Wonder l!sr." and from the production "Show of Shows." ALBE SISTERS Lat« of "irot-Chrt." The Ritz-Carlton Orchestra—^The Vanity Girls Chorus IV OTICF SATt!RDAY PRICES: 10f uid 1x- '111 5 nVIock—JSc 1 ^-^ ^ t« all afltr 5. Time of Vaudeville Show: 5 Complete Ptrfonnancrs SatardJiy. SUNDAY PRICES: I5c an* lOt '111 5 o'elwk—10c lo all After 5. Time of Vaudeville: 4.P. M.. 7 P. M, 10 P. M.—3 Complfle .shows. Complete Chanse of Picture and State Show Sui.rt.-iy And on the Screen — SATURDAY n " atll « l ' 1;il|lini1 One Vri " "Hl*n I SERIAL . . CARTOON C Him A V BIG MUSICAL SHOW OUnilnl On the Stage and Screen BING CROSBY in 'TOO MUCH HARMONY' ALSO MUSICAL SHORT—"HOLLYWOOD 1'UKMIKRK" WITH MORK MUSIC, DANCING AND COMKDV PARAMOUNT NEWS IF YOUR Husband HAD TO PREPARE 1095Meah EACH YEAR HE WOULD BE AMONG THOSE PRESENT AT THE Courier News FREE COOKING SCHOOL AT THE City Hall Auditorium TO HEAR MRS. GEORGE THURN So-Why Won't You?

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