The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 22, 1937
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PAGE STX BLVTnEviu,R. (ARK.) COTJRIRR NEWS MONDAY, NOVK.MRKR-22, FOR (JOT OF 1937 The Dope Bucket By J. P. Wend Favored To Win Al Forrest City Next Thursday Night IIV J. 1>. Fit I END Will! only one team standing lic- 1,VTP'\ ihem and their fourth c<JU- seculive regularly scheduled season, iho chicks eo back to their work beii:)i this atlernooa to make plans fur doing something about (hat lonn wolf. Tlie Forrest City Mustangs, nfth ranking in the Ills' 15 conference, liava the tenth and Inst crock at tl>e untied and undefeated record nf •'>!!• Mftropn Maulers. Thursday ni->" al Forrest Citv. Originally ,..i,«,|i,|» ( | f or Hie afternoon, the If." me was changed to a night time affair by Forrest city ofndnls, who pntifled Superintendent \V. 1J. Mc- Cl"ikin and Joe Dildy. Oo'iich William Irvlng's Thorough- )"-<vls have won three and lost two wifliin the conference. Their most "verwhelminsr defeat cnme at the '•"•ids of the Jonesboro -Golden Hurricane three weeks ago. Stunned bv the low of two of their star rTfoi-mei-s, ruled Ineligible a few ''ivs before, they were overwhelmed I'v a 41-0 score. Last week they trounced Olarksville, 13-7. in n con- l>i-ence lilt. TWO years aeo that *"°st Arkansas representative laid claim to the stale championship. Team In Shape The Chicks were extremely fortunate to escape their last game \vilhoul. serious Iniury. Despite p frozen rr'dlron that was us slick r- .>!n" and made broken flfild nm- I'ino- almost an inioossibllity. not i> member of the Tiib" ts listed "'non? the injured. Alvin "Man Mountain" Justice, tnckle. turned an nnkie early In the same but continued nnd finishe'i without ,<>. lief in spite of n terrific lusnull an Ills side of the line. w\\ o°-iwi'i. - 'vithheld from the starting Itncno because of a pulled muscle, showed no ill effects from his relief wwk nt center. Hildrcd Bunch onened nt snapperback nnd held down the post in creditable st vie. Bouquets beloni; to Uovd "Tonr" Wise, Dan Warrington. James <•"„,,•• r>^v, nrU .i.istke. .Tames Burton, Calvin Moody, members of the forward wall, all minute men. Close observers suv that wise turned in his best Derformnnco. Memix-M nf the Hurricane blamed n 1-it of theiv failure to ht5 devastating work. Roberts' ereat catch of nuss Mos- lev's magnificently thrown toward pass and his subsequent 40-ynrd run for a touchdown iirovcd to !>•; ilu> • lurnlntr point of the ?nme. It was pTfcollv exenilcd and eau?ht the' Hurricane flatfootcd. playing under handlcau of a Imiised hiv>. not entirely healed after t" - o weeks' rest. Dannv 'warrlneton's ivnrfc cotild have been improved but little. Tlio guards. Burton and Mcodv. filled the middle of the line and maintained a "no go" nollev. Justice took the most punishment and withstood it all. While true that gains were made over him. nnd others In the forward, for that matter, thej- were the toughest down near the coal line, and after all. keeping the ooposilion away from the goal line is one of their chief objectives. ' Because of the fuel thai Cnotnln Alfred "Slick" Meredith seldom ruris with the bail, and Iherefore misses the public eye. one can no* fail to name him amon» the reil heroes. His calling of plays was faultless, his blocking was superb, to say the least of his defensive work, ire recovered a fumble on the one half yard line thai paved a score. .Ti.'o-ljrv-o scrihos fK not rank Russeli alone with Hers-liel. but his all rramd demonstration was sensational. He gained 126 yard" from scrimmage, ran back a mint for 65 yards and a touchdown hurled, that touchdown pass u Roberts . . . Not bad for au even- ine's work. LeHoy "Bronco'' Brown netted 64 yards from scrimma? scored tiro touchdowns, and backed the line well. Homer Besliars° gained 58 yards bv runninV. blocked hard and batted down a pass, his onlv try. Coach Dildy's plans call for n comparatively easy- drill today, with a scrimmase and drill against Forrest city formations tomorrow. Earliarl Memorial in Miami MIAMI, Fla. (UP>—A royal po- inciana tree has been planted here in memory of Amerla Earhart and . Capt. Fred Noonan. who took of! from the Miami airport last June on their Ill-fated globe-circling flight. Golfing Star IIOtmOXTAI, 1 American Answer to Previous Puzjle t, History related itself in the game al Jonesboro. j'Vlday nlsjhl . . , Joneslwro recovered n tumble and drove over to a touchdown early In (he game . . . Same thing happened in '35 ... The Chicks then mustered up their iielilii)!; strength and soon had the dellcll ceased . . . Continue to say the current Maroon Mauler outfit has the goods -. . . Statistics reveal .some interesting highlights . . , Blytheville led 19-IG on fli'sl downs . . . Gullied 318 yards from serlm- ma(;e as compared to 278 by the Hurricane . . . yet lli ( . Chicks scored S touchdowns to i . . . Did some more home mn hitting. Opinion appears to be divided among JOiJO-sljoro fittis u'Jio witnessed the Jonc.sbovo-Ultlc Rock game as to a comparison between the Chicks and Tigers ... We talked to several and they were of the opinion that Blylbevillt- had mi equal chance with them . . . Many Ktld that Little Hock would likely win because of their superior bug of (ricks . . . Reminded them that Friday nlyhpf gridiron was frozen and was so-cold that little forward passing was done and lntcral.1 were not tried . . . One prominent fan «'}io has seen all the Jonesboro games said that the Hurricane fought their most determined game tills season . . . Said that if they had continued to scrap against the Tigers as they did ngiiinst the Chicks that things would have been different . . . Not n Jonesboro victory, by any means, but not more Minn three touchdown margin . . . One cannot attribute their detent Pi-Way night to lack of fight . . . Thej- were oozing with It ... Randolph Gregson, sviorl-s editor of the Sun, was of the. opinion that Liltle Rock was superior by 3 or more touchdowns . . . We'd have to be convinced—on the football field. * 0 0 An except from ar. Associated Press story by Ed u Campbell of Little Rock reads: "Blytheville has a top-notch team this season without a doubt . . . But the Eastern Arkansas boys missed their chance when they turned down offers last winter for regularly scheduled games ngalnst Little Rock nnd pine Bluff . . . Neither the Zebras or Tigers will listen to turkey tnlk from (be CMt:ks now . . . And one of the Little Rock couches admits MM if Ihe Tigers had beaten pine Bluff, a Little Rock-Biythevilli! game at, Little Rock would have drawn a $7,000 gate . . . H looks like the Chicks just .naturally are going to have to step outside their own private reserve next fart If they want to impress the rest of 'he state" . . . nlytheville is willing now and was last winter ... All they nsked for was a fair break . . . They failed to see why they should be required to play in Tigers' and Zebras' own buck yard without a return game . . . Where do those self styled "big shots" get that stuff, nnyway? . . . After all the hick officials owe the local fans something besides seavcy. Walnut Ridge, Piggoll. etc. . . As soon as Hot springs and Hope agreed to home and home arrangements they were immediately booked Step rielit,' up boys, the line forms to the right. « * * The "rest of the stale" ninv not bo convinced of the Chickasaw strength but "Hapoy" Campbell was Impressed . . . The Alabama scout, a former Zebra star, said that he had seen many powerful high school teams, including Pine Bluff's great 1925 team, but he'd take Blythe- vlle . . . Gnroutc to Little Rock. I Happy plans to return Tuesday and will sec them work out here . . . Byron "The Ripper" Walker. '38 All-Southern fullback, now at V. M. I., is blocking back on the Frost i and weighs 205 pounds . . . Sonny Shelby, formerly of El Dorado, is also a member of Ihe rat brickfield . . . Osceoln and Luxora will provide the football Turkey Oay clash in these parts . . . Tangle at Osceola in tho afternoon . . . Ole Miss and Miss State play each year for a "Golden Egg" ... In case of a t:e each keeps it for six months . . . Apparently there is no stopping of Lowell Mvin- nhig . . . Among the first things he said nfler his team's 40-G drubbing was that he was laying for Blytheville in '38 ... I'thought they always were . . . When Dick pictured here. 12 To rORtue. 13 Nns on. 14 Auditory. ) (i Dyeing :t|>p;ir;i(iisos. IB Mineral spring. 10 Indolence. 20 To :n'( upon each ether. 22 rYii'in of "be." M Klwti-ii'iil unit I'S Cldius of auks. M Typo standard •il To splash. ill To sli-iliiv 31 Marble :M Dry 3fi North Atm-j-k'ii, 37 Pole 38 IJimliiij; place 40tiwc>f.| polato. 42 Qu 43 Heliik'S. •15 Untwisted silk l(i Postscript. 47 Cabinetmaker. 1C South America. 52 Encountered V.\ Stir. M Inlet. 5QUc is the oulsliindii)|> fiolfi-r. Mile has been competing in golf many years. VEIITICAI. 1 To notch. 2 Above. 3 liy icnfon til. 4 Northwest. 5 Duy last jml. (i Aperture. 7 ICiiglisii coin, 8 Bo;ie. 9 Teeth, 10 Tiny particle 11 Insect's egg. 12 lie is a by profession.' 15 Ho is the Nulional Coif 17 Seasons. 21 To clcanset 24 Disposition. 20 Having no ears. 28 To dwell. 30 Jumps. 35 Sweet to the far. 37 PCI laining to psora. yj Rooting material 41 Inspired reverence. 42 Vigilant. 4-i Senior. 45 fed. 4li Tiny vegetable, 48 Nominal value 49 Name 51 Onager. > 52 Mother. 55 Sound of pleasure. been clcclnrrxi jn the meantime ami lilt'li hope'; arc ontcrUfncd that eventually the island waters will supply the local demand. Formerly there was known lo >)e an oyster bed In Pearl Harbor, but wlien lh e latter was converted into it naval station and basin these beds were killed, and it was not known that any others existed iinlll I the recent discovery on the i>|i]io- ] site side of the island. Jail Shelter Limited i For Town Transients { I.OitAIN, O. Ull'l—i>olisi: ClllCf Theodore Walker has decreed thnt i musicals may lodge in the police .'.tutlon cellar for no loti'ff::- tliun Hirer nlsjlils. "If they can't, and a jV/i; in three days." lie snys. "i!n;y iruiv a.s well leave.'' Tliose who apply for :\ fourth night's pi'lvliegi-x will )je fhai'KWl with vagranty. Kline of the guests, it seems, haven't iiff.n (jchuvlug ' ;iny loo well. | Koiiui were found panhamllmx un the .streets, while other. 1 ; cauii. 1 in intoxicated, and there was cwdc-ntf; tlut.'i few werfidpfng'ii little jili«i>- liftin;' I:M the side. Keau me Courier New;; want. ads. j Htctt died suddenly at Jonesboro InsL week It marked the third member of the Hurricane 1019 state champion basketball team to pass suddenly within a year . . Pat Hatcher and .llmmie Oi'cgg have gone before him . . . Leon Shoeii- field and Ivor Evans arc left. « t * Batted .001 in Inslj week's picks . . . Had ten winners and live losers . . . Three ended in tics . . . Ts my face crimson over Texas Tech's victory over Centenary . '. . Davey O'Dricn refutes the argument that a man lias to be big to piny big time football... Weighs but 150 pounds but has played all but 20 minutes of 8 consecutive games . . . Tab him for your All-Amcrican . . . villnnova's John Wysockl, end. and Tackle John Mcllus have been playmates since they wore -I years old' . . . Together they • have blocked live 'punts, all but one resulting in Villanova touchdowns . . . Headline: "Fordham wants Rose Bowl Bid" . . . Not really? . . . Down at Miss, state they're 'booming Frmik Carideo to replace .Ralph Sasse, resigned . , . The week's best crack: No. i fan: -Oh well, Blytheville is just the Commercial Appeal champion." No. •>: "We'd rather be commercial Apjwal chain- pious than the Arkansas Gazette's." in Kanehoe Bay, 16 mites fiom here. The desire for them lias become so great thai each one of Ihe | Islands has asked for n supply in an effort to develop local beds of their own. six tons have been rushed by airplane and by steamer to be distributed on the reefs nrotiml the islands of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai. A closed season has s hoe Repairing that Satislies mith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd Liqiier Quality Whiskey E AVIS 66 gives you more in value because it is a blend of fine whiskies of distinctive types. In LEWIS 66 our experts blend extra quality 3 year old Kentucky straight Bourbon, and extra quality 3 year old Maryland straight Rye with spirits. This unusual combination results in a blend that has liquer quality — ivith tlie full strength you want and also the fine rich, smooth flavor (hat your tastc desires. Try LEWIS <J6 next time. BlrttJtit anil Rallied by TlieWcslern Reserve, C.o. Cincinnati ' h« itnlght »Mikiu in Ihlt prcdirtl ar 3 vein oltf. W. Knight vhliVici. 41.00 Pint FREE GIFTS FREE GIFTS Given Away Untij Christmas Only a Short Time Left to Prepare for the STATE AUTO TEST Save Money On Auto--Paris ;iml Accessories le ARIAN AUTO PARTS Hawaiians Find How Delicious Oysters Taste HONOLULU (UP) — Island people, many of whom have never tasted nn oyster until Hie Clipper planes (rom the mainland brought over the first shipinenl.s, suddenly ] have beeome oyster ronsi-lmis. with the result that Iccul beds are to be [ developed. j Tli c search for a local supply of oysters, .stimulated by the luscious bivalves that came by plane, hits ! resulted in the discovery of n bed I WRESTLING Monday Night, 8:15 ?THE BAT? _ EDDIE MALONE GORILLA DUGAN" CHARLES'" SINKEY American Legion Arena Pecans Wanted Highest Market Prices Goldstein Hide & Fur Co. Rear Joe Isaacs' Store NOT WHAT IT COSTS IW I TO I'KKI'AKK THK AUTO FOR COM) WEATHER DRIVING FROZEN RADIATOR ....'. $3.00 lo $70.0(1 FROZEN ENGINE BLOCK ....S45.00 to S400.00 FROZEN WATER PUMP .'...Sl.OO to S1200 BURNED OUT TRANSMISSION S30.00 to S2QO DISCHARGED BATTERY Sl.OO to' 32 50 RUINED BATTERY S3,00 to S30.00 TOWING SERVICE .$1.00 to S10.00 Don't Let This Happen to You! PHILUPS MOTOR COMPANY PHONE 810 , ff - PRICED 5112 LESS Than any other 4- DoorSedan UNIT-WELD. lion—. SO inches WIDE. —uvtmrc Drakei — 31 pbne-type shot It absoib<r!-™f t t v ula ' 0 ,M- \ - 0 vc. S i»clirc»-«l« l,»,,prm s i-IJ !•'<.« »Nf;«, tubifrfoot lufSJgt 5pa« - INSULATED POWER-K X ROAD RIDER cha»i. — extimdmary savinti '-Owner] rrport up loSIS pet month tav'mt. . . Brinein your car for apprai^t. I|}IOU| nortec. OWNERS lEPOKt lit Uroadway 35 MILES PER GALLON Wl LLYi BROADWAY SALES, Inc. Hlythcville, Ark. Tl'KSDAY WKDNKSDAV THlIHSJ)/\y FRIDAY SATURDAY In This Extra-Ordinary TIMvSDAV WivDNKSUAY TIKIKSIJAV 1'liIDAY SATURDAY NTKrCl), we s:iy liccjiusc v,-o will (liecrftilh' rel'unil your money if »">' s nre sells (licsi; items for loss (Iniu we v l;;ive them iulvertiscd. Every ono of Ilu-Kc items iwkivl fo,- Hiis 5-IJav Sale ;ire not onlv (imelv :uul in' denuirul, hut every one is ;iclti;illy heiii-.- sold H|.;|.OW cost, in order lo keup our volume tip. lint rcmemlu'i- these prices are yositivi-ly onlv for lliese three davs—'l'nes- tjity. Utdntsd.'iy. TJiticsday, l-'riday sinit S'lUunliLv. Sale of Our Regular 29c Heavy Turkish Towels Large Size 22x44 Fancy Ends G'huUr of \i-)iite nr pusu-l Cclcix, wilh 3 rows cr Hobby Centers al cadi end. Tlie tame tcwel \vo feature regularly -u 2Sf, mi uciuat &5u value, on sah: of 5 to a Customer) . for SALE OF BLANKETS Large Size 72x84 3i Lb. Regular $3.0O In Most Stores Part Wool BLANKETS Wide Satctn Bhuling to niatcli the ISeauliful I* a s t c 1 Coloring in these fine, soft, (lurry ami «in m pl-.iid blankets. Limit of 3 To ;t Customer FOR KIVE DAYS ONLV Boys' Ankle Length, Ribbed UNION SUITS Thill We Sell Kveryday at Sfle. N'ol Hie cliraji ".50 cent kind,'" hut a tiifli quality, heavy \icislil. loiv,' sletvc. ankle Imstn garment, in I'cni. On Sale Thfst- Five Rays. .Men's Heavy. Winter Ribbed UNION SUITS You've Been Paying 7!)c 'for Them Comrs-in cliclce of ivliitc t'r ecru frreuml in sizf>; :iG lo -1C. This «arm. heavy, : - winter clcse u-ovcii, ritthed suit offers a .sitvlni; of at Irasl 30c. ' On sale for a w to Any Regular H.50 Men's Dress Shirts —KINf;' IIKNRY —E/& \V.'$ Woven Madras—Woven Clips, High Cntint Hrimddoths, End iiiul Kiul JladraH, in KOI;II).S STRIPES, CHl'X'KS iind KANCJUS. Sninc Stores Oft Si I-cr Tlii'ni For ]''ive J>ays Onlv Every Hbiri !!;is Geni:ine "TRUJJKMXKU" or Ct'l- Jiia\sc Slant! \l\i Collar—Ncuds i\o Shtrcli. (JTARANTKRU KKGULAU SI.50 SHIRTS Children's Winter V/eight V/aist Union Suits i|iiali1.v knil imdcrirrar. In tJicse styles: 'long sleeves, ankle Ipu'.'ih"^short MCCVC, trunk style: and short sln-vc. knc c length. Do not comuirV 'villi gitrmcius si-lling at 43c and 59c. Sizes 2 lo 14. ()„ Sate .... 5 Days Only-No More ^HHRI^^Bm^B COTTON GOODS BELOW COST! 3B - inch 0ulin K I Ccnninc I'EPPEKKI.I, FLANNELETTE 1 PRINTS You Have lioen Payin s !5e a Yard I Most Stores Sell It f or 9 5c a Y , rd ^^"'^cncm % r X: n ^r^v^l S"'^. 1 """™, " ra "" "' » '^c variety you will ncr,! ,,.|,i| c its o;i sale a | tl.ig t ow B less than 19 C "a var°l ' ll " Sys . solrt r ° r ncvcr PER YARD (Unlit—20 \anls to .1 Customer) PER YARD H.Iniit-20 Yai,ls lo n customer) GRABER'S STORES! 1_

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