The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 24, 1933
Page 6
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PAGE six HLVTHEVILLE, (AM.) COlfKIER NEWS Stale's Ti(> Sffi,uhovn California ;>nc In<h Dofoal Otilslaiitlin :...Svith -is i'.vith II Tvo .iiioior u H'O i :i«|i-ria 1 di-foat ill Noire nacie and .rf.on Sliitt". Th'-i-p h;ut :in> mdiL-:iunn i! th, niiaht ti i sloiwil. )>:u-- Vcni]sc> of tli:ii ::" i:iimt' ar.ij. State, tm: hardly o»"ocu-il Our™ siaTi- n •i.'.iniv of Tim- t<i •! rewt- Blit il V.-:IK :.n irun mJ:l UK ti 'il:iv;r.K ihe full CO r-i. lulled the VJte r.'i- : h:u,-ip:ons in Itirlr trii'-l:: niii;'l ••• stri;i'! nl ;fi v;?iori' s i i! Trojans. . _ loij; Iw \\i? Irish lo CanK- i «*?ie Tieli >niikf» morr- iV.nn rwlnin I ^Jlir- iuiiicnrtlii" u-iiiuviil us llnuh : ,jAi:d-;i:-on' av lie-nil nootbiill cau-li • >iai rto't.'.Dame. Andi-i>.on, ,\n ru-! '^1101^ have had it. has bu-n ^.lalrd ! iijto so v;hcn the serww ends for | i'!£0me lijive ami Nuble Ki?.r-r. Pur- j ,"!f M( ' CC: '- cl * '•"" amlior of fifon'nt | ',pnSolo^ fu- llic 1 C:cn]rii^r News. I^s I -J)«n intniior.od frcqurnily :is lii-i I •Successor.. Evc-nliiallv IKWKW Jim-j tlie I'ordliam conch '. ll. of .Nolle Diinii'. is i bis Aljnn i i As Oregon State Stopped Trojan Slreak FOLLOW ^BALL FAVORITE PLAYS OF FAMOUS COACHES i\iul *cr Klin;-. l/>n .-•:::!•!. loniifr Nt-Druska star, inn u ttnni on tno :. ti- L:III . -.Inn-.; of M viilori!-.-.. Tile Trajnns mid stlner'a luilitnd. v.ii.'i ih> :;i:i!i-rV fiirwiird wall oni|)l:iyi!i^ ihi' mini -, Wiii-ii>iivii.. ;:ni.i:i i|iii.i-tf), i-.^lit, iniului; a DHS.S. 'Jin: Hooks and Slides , Bill Braucher Bi-j- Vfiir for Vnjs Wi- rend tilt otliCT <Iny where FMtsbiirtjli. etitorins! its llrst lenm in the tuition:!) pro footb.ill Icnyiu 1 , cleared twenty i;r:ir:il in its lln.L ihret 1,'Dini 1 .^. Mow. Mister, tint's very excellent stifar for n name'.s snpiwsed to l'e as devoid of color as <jo;-n nlky pir. tlirnit;!i Div ]i:!»s for thf tlilrd I'.mc-. And it's only fine instance of tin- iitecpw of pro too'Jj.ill all over trit' coiinu-y. -4n raVller "games Vlillc'"Teii J nessco ! '^f' 10 llie atacnce of waving ""* a<l loil. lo Wallace Wiulc's "Ho- : l )ri '; llrilll - s ' screanilin! co-eds nncl gy- Blthe proba- •'•'• ''v.'iiinei- by Oliio Hlalc v:hilc Ncbr'aslis appeared ~3ioc;;[i'd tor Hig Six honore by Uirn- LJiij; bat'it; Kansas fi'.n'.e. Hie [rain ! ^ihat liett Notre Dame. Sjj In Uixie inobably ihe nn'Ainiid- -^•Jne rlcVLtopmcnl was ll-.e di fi-at of ^•^renn^T-a Vols on thrh- lioaie ri-ld- i^Jron bv Alnbnmn'5 Crlinsnn Tide. l-iH'.c Tide liad looked - oymcrt" from Duke Alabama'.^'"'-" 1 " e ' : - l ' r l - l |!0 boys who s - l:lr l' lire 1'layini! l-ea',y al the aatne i:at:v 'jVii'tory indicatc-il dial Hie Tide is % f ~ , n en the rise and whc-n tin- ' ! >at'.i rising • it's haul lo beat. ' •J-'ordlisni's po-.vcrfnl aseremitlnn! ""' lll!asa 'i' • •J.iioiiltl idve the Hc-d FJc-piinnu i!iei 'Msrts's llitlc wondr-r ibat pvo 1)11) VOI- Willie ||.- III "Illliry KMUV THAT— f .:-j:i. :l;.it ... ( cu: : . Up fir,: 1 ;. -!!,. his ciir«-r at .Mu-hij'.an . . . which is s'jrr.eitiiii,; !o:' i:is .son, ,.!ack, nosv pl.iyiiij wnh Hi; Wcl- vi-rines. ID -.hf.;;: ILL. . . i'in- dne. with iictki-r. Carti r, 1'ur- vis and Purdoiu^r, '.\:is ;!io.ix :i l<- hiivf the only "dn/.i-n threat" backfield iliis \i^ir . . . but now coinrvs Manhattan Colli-ge with the news li:at it- has n thrj.iis Ix-lilnd •_!•.(• line in pcn- ikTBiist. Sneitoum. iind Welch. . . . iMnlonner of Purdue has only missed '*o (ironklcl: attempts to:- points aRer touchdown in LM iries in I'.ls carter at. tt:e Indiana institution. ll)!-ir j-ji)s List year to a.ssinne pro i i ::'in.jiinx job.-,. '1'iicy are Paul • 1 M i.iwlei 'n Ori'Kim Sutt, ni:d Lone ! ."tar Diet/ nr llaski-il. j It's a g'j-jtl mine; -Pop" Warner's' ti'--« do-i'ii in a lengthy contract at: Ti-tn|)!e. . : Pi'tncli railroads arc nor o-.wal- liiv. IIIOTC trains linn can be Icinul In any oilier conlliiental KinojK'tin coinUry. devised by Jock Sutherland, conch at Pitt, where the Warner system of football U employed. Three bae!cs handle the bail on this piny, The team lines up In n rlotibln wlngback formation, unbalanced line lo the right. This places four llj'.rmcn to the right of the center ant! UTO lo Ills loft. No. 3 back Is first to handle the ball. He. receives it from center, then hands it lo No. 1 tack 'who passes behind him running to the left of the line. As the No. 1 back meets the other wingback running in the opposite direction ihe ball Is again passed and this b:itk No. 4 nm'!?s the ball outside of the defensive left end. No. 2 back and No. 9. vlio ha.s left the line, block the ilf-fensive letl end so the bull carrier C'lii Jlnnk him. No. 3, after giving the bill! lo Nn. 1. continues us inter. ferr-i 1 . He Is Hanked 'on bntli sides | by No. !> and No. (J. which elvr-i '• the bali currier three into] ff-rors j beyond Hie lii'.e of .^rimruat'.e. • Gollcr Drops Dead on Links After His Tee Shot \V 1 NCI 1 ESTEt(. Mass. 11) P i — Fvi-n while his lee shot was spci'd- through the air, Roy A. Metier, collapsed and died en ll:c Win- clwster Country Club links. Hi: was one of n foursome and h;iu Just strntk the ball wjien he v.'a., Jtrlckcn with a fatal heart ai- luck.. ALLAMEBICA PROSPECTS Army had a guard on 1832's All- America tcntn . . . Cttpt. Milt Summer/ell . . . and the chances are the cadets will have another Muic Fla.vgruundi HLW CliLE<UJS ( I [>ie iidiiiilona! public - tor ! Here is a play that requires e.\. pm handling of the ball. H was City ('(—Ninety- playgrouniis will IK' mnde available to school | i'hildr-ri lhro::>)i financial uid I Irorn the National Einc-rgency Ke- i'Cf Auminhtration. Unemployed I'llilclts und plivFienl dirctiors V ,'II1 tc in charge Jf t!i; recreation iCMila. M&son, Qgftlnst Notre Dame and Nivy, thf announctm wer* busy [filing of thf tackles hr m»dc behind the linn of scrimmage. , The leader of th«' Army elevm Is on« of only thrfe first-string mm • buck this year. ... He hails from : i Clayton, Mo,, Is 24 ye»rs olO, and i tills Is his last year al West Point. :. . . Had three years of football I at Washington University, St. Louis i... was a track star too. . . . Ought lo bo a good forward passer, us he Is u rifle sharpshooter ;... but they need him in Hint Army forward wall. ;n Jabloiisky of Army :a|)tatn and guard on the mythical eleven this sea.son . . . Capt. Har- 'cy Jnblonsky. . . . Flaying with Milt last year, "Jabbo" picked up lot of pointer;; on just how an PJr.rkori and MuMck oj ihn iiosttin | !!inves, minims; up against, ihr-l I'bmmoulh Sjinilnns' line of Kb-! il:nx. Mitchell bujthi'r. voi: !io<tr-nger. Uamlolpli.j isteiiwn and Cavosie, | sci 1 [oolball! 'ig tlu.siiiess The pro g.unc xf:i K.ich U'U this v.'ei-l:. | football lias druuing jjuiver; the •"] (ltd .Mtlndron Is ('umforling '"1 eUATTLE tUPJ— The same old J-oscwcod melodeon with which she i (iuiMl3ii U uviy iniblli: so bug a!i £<> is strongly organ-1 ha.s scants spotted' :i.l <i\( :• the country who work i miirh the same ai a baseball ivory | They lo^i-.- collegiate stars ihclpml «oo tl:cm with nice lumps ot of fou'.ball played by the snl- |go:<l. erl:lders. Tlie nilts Jilfer n i This results In the pro game get- I ting the cream of the country's v.ho, after absorbing three.. —*i;ed to entertain Union soldiersj^ i; . but the game is fundamentally -mill-in? the Civil War. still is n ! th; same. ». .^J-cmfcrt . lo Mrs. F. U. EdKcrlon. 1 The prolessioiial-eaiiie probubly-lyiti-s o.' t.:e ijinnc in .school i»a-n \-J.~i. -.v!;o recently celebrated her is more i'.-,!artijl tiinn tlii- colK-gialc ; Mirlhcr tricks under coaches tile orpin. now brand f/nin c"-:e stnnrtpsin: f>r .star---, j |;ni o'.itnt? arc buying Jroni coi- Wh'.'si you gti inch an aygrvg.itjnn I lipi-i. '-*mnivcriarv. The , discolored, stands in "nroniisitot uluce In her home licrr-.ji ;iu- !k::l o[ Ap.sU Two bis-time college coaches left Smart! Drink Because fermcntalion ofSCHLITZ is completed at the iircwcry—not in your t liimticli. SCHUTZ is liruwcd to a split second-under secret enzyme cojMrol-llic most sensational licvrloiimcnt in tlie liiitorj- of the brewing industry. 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