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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 4, 1933
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PAGE SIX KLYTIIEVILIE. (ARK.) COUUIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER -1, 1933 Jonesboro Hurricane Sweeps Over Chicks, 27-7 Hooks and Slides This Tower Takes Electricity Out Of the Wind Bill Braucher Tho practicability ol developing i-lecl deity from wind power waa iluiiioiistrati'd ut liurllnglon, N. j., when n cylindrical metal spinning toii-llko at a speed of CO Genial Dr. Clarence "Put"! wlifs »" hour, eliowed Its force liy Spears, Wisconsin's football coach. | ««rtiiiK " pull of 8.000 poundH. suddenly has become most ungcii- ''I''"' lower (pictured during tlio ial. On ihe occasion of the 1111-1 Hr" ik-rnonslrnllon), la 30.feet nols homecoming game rei'enlly nil tall. 28 f*-' 1 -'' lir ! "l nnd llnB a ! ! °- Champ.ilBii, tin- Dutlor arose, hi I leiillal [lower flvo or ell limes reverse geniality, smacked down a Kii-aler limn that ot tho wlml. iicw.W-'r caiiiciaiiinn mid kicked \ .'" ve "' or J " U " 3 IX • Mnilarui l8 yoal will] his ex|X'ns!vc .shutter j box. . j The photographer happened lo ; from a Milwaukee ncwspaiwi, and .Milwaukee newspapers are raiher -Important to - Wisconsin coaches. An unfriendly Milwaukee newspaper can make - it - difficult, for a Wisconsin couch If ihc ncws- l>a]X'r lakes a notlmi to Ix'come uu- Havel Charging Eleven Smashes Through Bly- ihevillc (or Victory. The high tclmol Chlckasaws i.:id:d the Mror.ghold of the Joitrebcro GoWen lliiriicane al KK>'S Field lasl night, eiirouiuereii a sui|nif.:nnly louiih u-am. and rciuiiu'd home, with !ho shorl end ol a 21 to 7 F run' ami bl;v,lcd hop's for a T.-uuiieast Arkansas "title. The victory ol the Hurricane v.v.s a compline rout as the Ciaighead county aficjrc^uion [jained through ihe Chick fuiw.ircl nail almost at v.ill. chalkim; up the Brand total ol M first do.vns .15 cciii'iared v.ith three lor lljo Chicks. 'Allhoujh the Chicks completed four O'll of ten forward |.»£si!S, Ihe gama by Ibis method •.vi-re sli?!it, ranging from three ;o nine yards. 'I hree oj Ihe Chick were balled down by the j'Jurricanc secondary and three •'vere imcrccpvii. .Innesbara tried lour passes, completing one. while- one was intercepted. Ops" Ui>c llulcs - The del:al of ihe Chicks can M attributed to only one thing, cvpcrior teamwork of the Hiirrl- ume line, which oix-uert holes thill enabled ln;ir tacks lo go through standln-j up. The Chick line from tackle lo tackle too!: ii-.elr hardest br.tterlns of [lie sea-h o nsfmM without warning a press :on, v.hile throe Joi-.csboro bucks, photographer who was busily cn- [1 in his rlijhl along with Ihc Doctor. Wrll Cliosru Urnmks After the game the Milwaukee 'wsiupcr. whoso cameraman was blocked out, published on 'its fronl page under Hie heading, "Dr. Spe.u-s. Characlcr IJnllder." remarks alwul as follows: 1 Tliis tiewspaiwr can understand that Dr. Spears, the highly touted nnd highly paid football coach of Ihe University of Wisconsin, may have been In a nervous and apprehensive frame of minil yesterday when he yaw n well-coached nnd fiiioolhly workitn; angrorallon of lllliit Rrldders lake (he field ciRalnsl his Badgers. "We arc unable however, lo mi- clcisland or condone his aclion in striding from the bench lore ii i every r : licucl, G!ov:.-r and Astoi tu shreds and scored I period. Probably the longest nain made by a Chick tail: was tho 2i yiinl cr.ti run c! MosJcy in (he second |:.r!od. Mosley slar'cd on his own 11 yard line, eluded several would- be ladtlcrs and for a moment hppparcd lo have a chance ui eel loose on the play, bill was finally brought down on his . yard line by Ihe licet Glover. On defense Blackv.ell, Morse, ?.eck, Tlplon ni:fi Wilson did good work for Ihc Chicks. . ' Stage Touchdown Varadc Gloveu raced 15 yank around the end to place the in scoring distance of the Chick goal l!ne in the firs', quarter after the Hurricane marched (town the field In a scries of plays. Stroud hit the line for a .small gain and Aslcn 'jarried the. ball over for the first touchdown. 'The Hurricane's second toueh- ' cown came in the second period when Slroud cut off tackle for 12 yards, the Chicks drew n 15 yard .pciinlty for roughness, plnc- :no the ball on the Blylhevllle 17 ;ard line. Asicn bucked for six and Slroud made it flrsl down. Elicltou plunged for lour yards and Strand plunged over for Ihe score and bucked the line for Ihe for the extra point. The Chicks Mocked .n Hurricane punt on the Jonesboro 25 yaid line. Locke: made two yards r.nd Mosl?y was thrown for a luus. The Chicks drew a 15 yard penalty lor cl'.pping and Moslci tossed a pass to Morse for nine yards. Mosley faked a pass anc t'lggcd the ball around end foi Ughi more yards. Jor.esboro p:nalizcd 15 yurds lor roughness placing the b;'ll on their owl tie yard stripe where it was buck' ] over by Mo'.lcy. who passed t< ill lor the extra paint. Thi :alf ended wiiii the score 1-i ti work of trying lo lake good pictures of the contest. Whal Will Ihe lloys Say? "What n fine example of self- control and sound judgment this tantrum must have been to his sciii'ail on the bench and Ills team on.tlie field. Is he the exemplar of Wisconsin youth which one in liis position is supposed lo be? 'ff Ihc Doctor Is still with Wisconsin next year, and if he wants lo be certain of winning one contest, we suggest lhat he schedule a game with Photographer Sullivan. There is onlyl one of him. and he weighs 115 pounds." The piece wns headed with an >olosy to the renders for the nb- ncc of the iisupl "up-to-the-mhi- plctures gf (he game. The llig id Doctor! DID YOU KNOW THAT— Some Idea of the great scoring punch behind the Southern California elevens Is shown in Ihe fuel lhat they've scored 3010 points In 10 years . . . while Nebraska, one of the major elevens of the country, has run up n total ot only 1130. . . . Jimmy Crowley is turning out to be quite the smart man of football . . . who offers this suggestion to linesmen . . . "When you're allowed lo plunge through the offensive line with case, pull up short and turn in. because the play is always going In a direction op]>osite to where you're going through." . . . Which Ls plenty smart, though fundamental. Takes I'unl Nwr Gnal III the third ciuarler Ihe Chick liallcd a Hurricane march ii midfield. but Khellon. Hurrlcan quajlerbnck. got off a nice 34 yar runt and Mosicy was nailed o his own five yard line. Mors punted T.6 yards, and Jonesbor was held for downs. The Chick failed lo gain and punted of bounds on their 45 yard lin Glovec. Stroud and Aston advanc cd the ball to the Chick one yar line en a series of line- pil and Aston scored and bucked th extra point. Rippmj th.'ou^h the line in monotonous manr,cr Glover, Stro: and Aston. Ihe Jonestoro ba carrying triplets i)cr.etratrd to t Chicks four yard line and Stroud bucked the line for the final touchdown. Glover fumbled failed to b;:ck over the extra pr.lnl. The remaining minutes of the amc found tht Chicks battling •j prevent- another Hurricane score, and they were aided by two Jonesboro penalties of 15 yards . each which placed the ball about nildfield in Jomsboro's possession. g tlio motor tlio rotor tho Initial atari, llogoltlio Idea from study- lug'ib of a rlflo bullcU Queer Water Animal Baffles Zooligists NEXT WEEK at Blytheoille's Theatres ! Minnesota society girl who recently j King. Harry Scmels. Hank Boll, j made her screen debut, In "The I Art Mix, Henry Roquemore. Ln( c j Man From Arizona," und Cliarles | Mi'Kcc nnd Perry Murdock. THE CIT7 THE Set against a background of Hie |icr)f-lo|) dsu-llingR. the small car- uiKils and musical halls of the lelt bank of Paris. Maurice Chc- his in-west starring pic- iness. and, year-old retired emplrc-buililer of tlic pnsl. To slop tlie union will) the man whose mclhrxLs lie despls- the Commodore rclimis to bus- las oi>])onent'K r With flaming bullet';, explosive nitroglycerine bombs ami fire torches as ammunition and oil derricks as targets, big business clash- le.s with liKieiXMidcnt enterprise in '•Pluming Gold." RKO-Ratllo Pictures' action thriller comity? lo ihe Uoxy ThCiUer Sunday ami Monday willi Bill Boyd. Pal O'Brien anil MHO Clarke. Tlic thrills In "Flaming bold" -•-• ••- n i"" ...w..., u, tt^L MB *n.> uj.j.u,!..,,!..-. . ].p<.,,i, fcoui (i.i oj] fnrrini'ilinn'c ot lll '^L!:r~.; Thl! .^^ -" »>etho<ls, resolv^lo break lte\ t ™h™X^™%ffX m £: Lo'.'e" will be shown T3:Kitre Sunday and 'lliat [)art of Parisian life which ' a .surging finish lo a slory offers Maurice the marc simpler,, splendid chaiaeterl/alions. mori 1 liuuKin, "do',vn-lo-eari!i" roles i A siv.-cial attraclion will be he MI oiiincfitly desires prest-ms I Fc-lctl!on of "Miss Lilytheville" at tin- Kill! "bin executive." What, happens i tuion u sU . ikc , s u.,,, ^ mion „,,.. Monday. . when Ihe market crashes Jurnishos j lk , n , eal .. nan'goi's lo New York, of j., n< j secures new financial backing jand a wife. Claire Gordon, whose the (shady pasl Is unknown lo'liim. Back In Caloru. Lear I- Inimical for northeast Arkansas and iouth- l Missouri. Jack Pearl. famous "Baron Mim- Du- • cliausen" of radio. Jimmy mule of "Schnovalc" fame, mid ; Zasu Pills, whimsical comedienne , ill the F-iltR-Todd comedies and feature picture, are ihe the Uiujliij; French star as a guitic- j Hie Armisllcc Day beauty contest for a i' lug tin him h)!i; a romance with one lieau- ly who if n't to Ije seen from i!ie top uf a si^ht-sei'hig bus. Ann Dvorak has Ihe role. j She has ll:e job of target for a I \lllaiuou.s knife thrower In a car-• many nival act. Running away from her : lau';h-makhig irio employer, she meets Chevalier, j mosl remarkable seeks ri'fiigc ill Ills one-room flat j oust in history overlookhu: the roofs of I'aris. I3ut; on', the picture that 1 their romance meets \vith dlfflcnl-. the radio .star to the screen. It,'wealthy : lies when Ihe knife-thrower seeks: comes to the Hit?. Thursday and thorn on'., takes the girl back. : Friday. Uicardo Cone/. Richard Bennett, j The new Mctro-Goldwyn-Maycr Elizabeth Voun 1 ^ and Sharon; comedy with music is a hilarious I.ynne are featured in Piirammmt's story dealing with the sanguinary lalesl hit. "Hig Executive." direct-: adventures of "The Baron" r-rt by Krle Konlon, which comes [ Durante in a girls' college, jlo the Hit/ 1 Tuesday and Wcdncs- to her. A .showdown by the girl earns Lear's admiration and respect and evokes Mauton's jealous suspicions. Tlic trio's hostilities continue to n hall when their oil well "blows in." The attraction al the Roxy Theatre Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday is "Storm at Daybreak." heading the i a vibrant :ove story of three live, all-comedian ] enmeshed In an unusual conllict In "Meet the Bar-|The plot centers about Kay Fran-' introduces : C es, young wife of Walter Huston Hungarian landowner. Huston has lone been worried because he suspects that his wife's affection for him is rather that of a daughter for a father. Nils Asthcr, Hungarian officer providos a wilder and more Ihrlll- packc-d cue than has hit ihe screens to date. Peggy Shannon Is tlie girl, with Donald Cook the hoy. Bhe is making a trip up-river with her bni- Ihcr on an exploration journey, when Ihe brother is stricken uiih fever, and must be taken from I he boat. Cook is an esca|K'd convict, btn he has a spark of decency in him. He is a woman hater—bill he protects her from the rest. Alan Dindian is as the boss of Ihe village, a man who rules by brute slrenglh and rruelty. Harold Huljer is a renegade Frenchman, wanted for the murder of his wife. Dudley Diggs is a whisky bloated, broken-down physician and Fredrik Vo!;efling i.s the captain of the :;m!ill river-steamer.only conlact with the outside. Toshia Mori i.s rasl as a half-breed, ihe belle of the village until ihe while girl makes her appearance. Uluod Traiisfuslans Fed Familv DUI.UTII. Minn. (UP) — They fouglu over Shyloek's tjound of flesh. 1ml Alfred Pell sells his b:ood for a living. Unemployed for the last Ihrec years, Pell has been selling his blood for transfusion purposes al $25 a pint. He uses the money to su|j]>orl a wife and seven children. and I who has saved Huston's life during M iss i a mob uprising contingent upon Pitts is i;ie head chambermaid, the assassination of the Archduke and she and '"The Baron" fill • '- -- Read Courier News Want Ads. story of ihe new-type big ; love while Jimmy proceeds lo vamp in Ferdinand of Austria at Sarajevo, | becomes military governor of the district. Aslher and Miss Francis fall in love but the man who is friend to one and husband to the day. A .business man. stock manipulator, i the college dean, played by Edna speculator, uji-aud-at-'cm financier. I May Oliver. the jiicluir I'oniiasts with him the 1 Hack ngnin In the seconds of old-type of empii e-bnllder. men Iijx successful Monogram westerns, I other is a perpetual bar to their who made railroads, industries,. Rob Stccle, western siar. scores' happiness banks, mines in a nation of pion- I another of his notable triumphs in I Nature in the raw is seldom ! "Vomig Ulood." intriguing talc of. mild. And it Is in its raw" stale Cor;c/. plays the role of the mod- I frontier days, which comes (o the that you see it in Columbia's Ki'z Theatre Saturday. i"Fury of the Jungle," wlicli opens .The supporting cast includes at the Roxy Theatre for Saturday G. G. Caudill fleneral Insurance IOC N. Kroadway Phone. 797 ion "bi:! execulivc" who has buill bis fortune on Ihe misfortune of others. No one has been able lo'such gifled players as prclty Helen only. stop him in his headlong career'Fooler until He Sails in love with the •Jic-al-iiramldaughter of Commo- MONTREAL (UP) — A strange u-aler animal, ought on a. worin- Laitcd hook In the St. Lawrence river by Jack Thervin, ol Mon- Ireal, is defying all efforts of pir.alcttr zoologies here to give It a zoological classification. 11 Is H Inches long, has liznrcl leys, n ruff iiboul its neck, three. 1'iilrs of lungs worn outside, dull red and oranr.c spotches on Its otherwise dark skin and a short tail. ' ' i (lore Richardson, the ninety-seven- \ "Sweet 111 ir who will be remembered' There have been pictures wit)i for her loles In "Gold Diggers of South Africa. Burma, -Itido China Broadway." "So Long Letty" and and other outlandish places as lo-1 Sixteen." Neoma Judge, calc; but the locale for this one! HEMORRHOIDS (Tiles] cur- cd without the kr.ife. Skin cancer, vnricoscd veins, tonsils removed DRS. NIKS anil NIKS Office 514 Main Phone !)» Michigan Apple Crop Blsr LANSING, Mich. IUP)—Michi- gan's 1933 apple crop promises to be the largest of any state cast of the Mississippi River, federal and state agricultural statisticians have predicted.. ,'' ' NSWERS Pour (irncraltnns Are 1). A. It.s CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP) — V(i5(imgton Elm Chapter, Daugh- ers of (he American Revolution, as among its members (our t;en- ralions of one family. They arc Irs. Oeonilanna K. Averhlll. Mrs. .orencc A. Hadtey, Mrs. Irene H. Vymnn, and Miss Florence \Vylan. Remove- egg .stains linen by \vnslvne in inlil they dis.iii|x;ar. from cold BIG VAUDEVILLE SATURDAY! — On the Slajrc In Person— 'Junior Arkansas Travelers' Gonil Old Mountain played by a Real Hillbilly Band Good I)unrini>- - - Sinking - Anil (.'orniidy — On Ihc Screen — "DEVILS JN LOVE" SERIAL - - CARTOON NO ADVANCE IN 1' KICKS Mbine May Open Floodgates of Repeal AUGUSTA, Mo lUPJ—The Ironic -rsflWlily that Maine, pioneer pro• 'Ibilion state, will reopen the :leodgates of hard liquor for the nation, was seen today. This slate, which had a dry law a- far back as 1851, but which recently repudiated prohibition by a vtte of more than 2 to I, holds :tr repeal 1 convention Dec. 6. j It Is believed that before that r!;>tc 35 other states will have ; formally ratified repeal, and that ; thr votes of Mr.'ne's wet delcgalcs will represent l l- c -final action re'. legslizlr.g.hard liciiior, in the. Uhil- .F,rJ (^t.lMl Tlie skeleh Is of XKWTOX 1). IIAKKIS. 'I'liC Mill* lirown JUK is the Iropliy wliit-h Rnes to llie winner hf the M ICIU (: A N- MINNESOTA fonlliall v.une. ('ellipse Tbciaiiy i« 11 inriliuil mrf in irc.itinii TUliKHCl.'l.OSIS. ROXY Sunday • Monday MAT. & NITE—lOc - Sunday • Monday MAT. and NITE—lOc-li.ic HE'S OF A LOVER PAREi! f^ — TOYOIW Both Old and New Subscribers May Get GREAT AMERICAN WEEKLY Death parted the most famous Romeo and Juliet ot the American staga when E. II. Sotliern, considered the foremost Sliake- consldered the foremost Shakespearian actor in thij country, succumbed In New York to pneumonia at the age ot 73. With him when he died was his wife, Julia Marlowe, whosft name- hos liecn coupled wllh his In the nation'i liistory. This plcliiro of Sollicrn waa Ukon 24 dtiyi before bla A drama of nrggcJ passion hi ihccruJc oil cmpi;c Wild Bill BOYD MAE CLARKE PAT O'BRIEN O-MjJ h S* ? f* '•«. 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