PAGE SI* fl! FORREST CITY Arkansas Gazette Sporls Editor, To Watcli Blytheville Team BY J. P. FRIEND Ben Epstein. Arkansas Gazelle sports editor, today notified local officials that he will be on hand al Forrest Oily for the nnnunl Thanksgiving game between the Chlckasaws and the Mustangs. Because at least [our neighbor- Ing towns me having their "big gawos" and nil are in the nfter- r.oon. the gnrae was changed to a niglit affair, enabling many more fans to sec tlio Chicks and .Ifnorongiibrcds. line game will start at 8 p.m. Epstein's decision to attend means that he likely wants to see members of both teams In action tie- fore compiling Ills All-State squad The Chicks have at least five candidates ana are hopeful of placing all on the 22 player list. The Chicks have only one more workout before, departing. They plan to work tills afternoon anil leave early in Die niornini!, For the first time this season the Tribe is free of injuries. Only "Shoeless"- Bill Godwin can !)>• classed ns an infirmary candidate, and he is so near ivcll lie is expected to be buck at the slartlni; center post. Godwin pulled n muscle more than a week ngo and It kept him out ot most of tlu Jonesboro fray. He relieved -ilil- dred Bunch twice, but played oulj about ten minutes. It was evidenl (hat lie Hasn't, quite up to snuff. "Dangerous Dan" Warrington't bruised hip Isn't completely healed, but it is much belter than .the last game, and sviis hardly noticeable In his play. lie protected his wing well. He didn't even go down lifter a low pass from Mosley in (he third period, whereas formerly he gobbled II up with ease. Coach Dllcly Ims Indicated Hint he will take the entire crew. Carulhersville Cage Schedule Is Released CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Nov. 24.— The 1937-38 schedule for the Caruthersvlllc basketball teams was released today by Floyd Darn- hart, athletic manager. Fifteen games; have been scheduled, eigln at home and seven awny. The Tigers and Tiscretles open here Tuesday night, Dec. 14. with the Cooler boys -and girts, and close the. regular schedule with the Hayti teams, there, Feb. loth. The season for the county will close with the annual county basketball tournament here Fcb 11 425-26. The . schedule is ns follows: ' Dec. 14— Cooler, here; Dec. 11— Braggadocio, there; Dec. 21 — Holland, there; ^Jan. 7— Sikcston (boys only), there; Jan. 11— Braggadocio, here; Jan. 14— Warden, here: Jan. 18— Portageville, there; Jan. 21— Holland, here. Jan. 25— Hayti, here; Jan. 28— Charleston, here; Feb. 1— Warden. there; Feb. 4—316610, here; Feb. 8 — Cooler, lliere; Feb. 11 — por- tageville, there. . here; Feb. 15 — Hayti 0!c Miss Only Dixie cr; Monsky, Kilgrow On Second Team I1Y HAItflV GRAYSON Siwrls Editor. N'l'A Service All America halls 1937's supcr- men cf fool bull— All-America! Here are the greats who Saturday nfler Salurday stood out above their fellow 1 . 1 ; on collcec gridiron-*, whose play earned them the game's highest honor—Ihc name of All- America. 'these names for Ihc football Hail of Fame arc the choices ol the men who really know the irame. who see behind "grandstand p!fl.v3'" ;ui;l "lucky breaks," ivim knew not uuly who is foremost ;» Hie fields of battle, bill why. SEA's football Immortals were chosen by the nation's lending Coaches, the men who have the icst oppDilunlly to sec the nlh: ieles in action, the most ability i to select Jhe really grout from the .nercly tlasliy. far All-America decorations in 1937, Iheii, America's most famous h llhnasters put Ilieir heads 10- iCther. compared experiences, re- ?ords. personal knowledge iwall- .itlc to no one else. nn;l diose the inqsi aulhcnllc All-America football teams. A surprisingly wide distribution )f all-star talent appears in the "Inal analysis, will) Ihe cast lund- :i>!; IlireV positions, the- mkhvcst. ioulli, and far west two each, «ntl he soullnvest mid Roeky Moun- nfu region one apiece. II perhaps Is the lirst time since the late Walter Cnni)j gut cut ol Hie Ivy-.sprliiklcd llig- Three thin the usunlly all-powerful Western Conference goes unrepresented on .he Tirsl. string., liut Ihe Big Ten •vnsn'l up to Its customary stnn- :laril this autumn, Is poor record igntnst outstdc competition is .-omcthmj- in tl:c WHV of proof of this. Heirs. 1'itl Almost Land Tliren Ho team is awarded more than me place, although ul least tw^. Pltlsburi;h nnd California, rnstly .night have been given three each. Indicating how tough it is lor a college foolbiill player to adilcve ihc cherished yoal of every one )f Ihcjn, Is Hie absence from the first team of it member of the 'ordham nnd Alabama creations. ,vho as learns bi'loni; in Ihe coun- :ry's lirst live. But to get down to the All- America li'imi of 1931. liyron White ol Colorado, Murshiill Gold- oeig of Pittsburgh. Clinton Prank Yale, nnd George Karnmatlc Gonziign arc the backs. IJie miieli-nbiiscd word, "sensa- .Itmal," inny be employed in tlc- .cri'Jing Whtraer White. Ihc most widely publicized .small-school player In the country, but rlghl- .ully'so. Everybody who has seen While say thai he is Ihe peer ol or at least Ihc equal of Earl (Uutclii Chirk, the professional whose name Is mentioned in Ihc same breath with that ol Jim Thorpe, with no apologies, and .vho also came out of the Kocky Mountain Conference. While, weighing 183 pounds and BLYTHKVn.LE, (ARK.) COURIER'NEWS m-JDNKSDAY. iVOVICMJJKK 2-1, 193? IS CRAZY ! CA-/T Kick TW/T FIELD GOAL V/mi A BAD AKJKI.E .' A'JO Ir HE MIJSSGS, ALL '1M:S TALK ABOUT HIM OUT TO kIMQS WILL LCOX LIKE CAM'T A FIELD/ i CAJJ'T OAL THIRTY- / Look.' Bar IF MAKES IT, YOU CAN | kWOCK ME 4 OUTTA THIS 1 GRAWDSTAUD! j GUESS WHAT HAPPENED ' IVE YARDS 'THAT ost TJiero Is Throughout The Land Marshall Goldberg Left Halfback 1'iKsburgii Chick-Mustang Game Tickets Are On Sale Tickets for the Forrest City- Blythevllle football game at Forrest City tomorrow night are on sale at the drug stores. The student- tickets are 25 cents and the adult tickets are GO cents. Tickets will sell lor 50 and 75 cents at the gate tomorrow night at Forrest City. Luxora Easily Beats Keiser Gridders, 40-0 LUXORA. Ark., Nov. 24.—The Luxora Panthers defeated Reiser in the last home game. 40 to 0. Tuesday. Keiser never threatened. Hicks scored the first touchdown on a long run. Others to have a hand in the touchdowns were Wright, who scored two touchdowns and an extra point; Potect who scored two on a long pass and a trick play: Woods scored on a line plunge and Ixiwerins .scored tlie most extra points on passes He also brought the ball within a few yards of the goal while teammates carried it over. Herbert Smith gained most, for Keiser but 'ailed to score for his team. standing five feet ten. is the triple chrcal extraordinary. He was such > great -ball carrier thai he ran \o touchdown after touchdown through competing tennis. He was a superlative passer and kicker,, nnd brilliant Held general. The Whi/zcr Is vastly more than ;i foolball player. Me w'ivs elected 10 Phi Bcla Kappa and is a candidate tor a H-iuO's scholarship. Goldberg, one of four juniors in the lirst lineup, was the year's top back. Weighing 190 pounds nun standing five feet eleven, the Jewish hill-billy of Elkins. West Va., was the hardest running back in the country. A muster of the cutback, this phenomenal 19-year-old Panther also kicks : Amlreiv Hersliak Left End North Carolina ('anilhcrsviile And Ken no it To :Mec( Tin i rsfi ay Crawford and James Crocker al, ends; Harry May and Bob Mick, uu-kles; Henry Luflerly and J. T. Holt nt guards; Mervin Hiek- er.son, L-tnter; Jack Tipion, tjuar- U-r; Harold Ilinchey and Clie.ster ; Siepluiu. halves; and Hill Ross • full. CARUT1IERSVILLE, MO., Nov.! -•*•—T-'e Caintliersvillc Tigers are :n fine shape for the inuninl Tur- •' key Day grid game at Kenneil,' Coach Jack Hopke today stated. Six seniors play n,eir last gamf Thursday. They are: Men'in Ilick- trson. James Crocker. Chester Ste- '. phan. Iris:i and Paul W. Ross,! Jelf Bates and another. Clint Mur- jihy. will be unable to play O n ac- criiiil of a broken collar bone received about mid-season. i 1 The winner of the game 'nuns- j clay will be the champion of Uie1 iciitliern division of the Soulli-! •east Missouri Athletic Conference, i •is Caruthersville and Kenuett are | the only undefeated teams in toe « division. Curiilhersville lias neither losl nor been tied, but Kennett I has teen tied once, by a division t team. Coacl) Hopke said Jiis starling lineup probably would be: Leon Reaa tne courier News want ads. Shoes Are More Comfortable When Repaired :it Smith Shoe Shop 115 South 2nd Pecans Wanted Highest Market Prices Goldstein Hide & Fur Co. Rear Joe Isaacs' Store THE AGE MAKES IT A FAVORITE-SO DOES THE PRICE! MEltOW SMOOTH STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY TO. 3 HOS. OLD who was one of the Four Horsemen of Noire Dan-it, considers him the fastest boy on the second step that he has ever seen. Caplain Frank earned his place as a Yale Immortal by starring week in and week out. The fc'van- ston lad lacked some of the .savagery cf Goldberg, but \\as a superlative bull carrier, passer Tulnne. AUhongli lie Is noted cliiefly as a defensive end. it was his puss receiving that led to the Tarheels' upset victory over Duke. Six foot, 'JOO-pmmd Joe Beluor, : Notre Dame junior. Ame along with n rush in his second year of varsity piny to gain one lackle pest. Pitt called him the best tackle the Panthers faced all year. : Frank i Bruiser) KinarcV) Mississippi senior, used hh 210 pounds of hard-packed muscle lo real advantage in the Bulldogs' line. Possibly the best defensive lineman i in Dixie, he was a virtual stone , wall when the enemy shifted Into \ Si-nr. j Fast-moving Yard Stockton of | California, 1DO pounds and one ol | the mast nimble In that speedy I Golden Bear forward wall, slips' into n guard post. When it came i to pulling out of (he Hue anil \ running interference he had no: peers. l-'roni Olilivinn lo l-'amc His running mate could lie in Jihcr tr.an Jce Ronll, Texas A. <fc M. 192-pounder. who |io.se to his greatest heights thLs season alter receiving considerable honor team mention last year as a junior. And as a [icsliman Rontl wnsn't. able to make ):is iiumcralst The most bitter fight in the country for a first team berth bobbed up at the center position, passes. I ami Bftcr (llc sinok ., c cleared away, big Cl of Nebraska, a 1D3-|: with the speed of a came out of the brawl on top. A great linebacker, particularly good on pass defense, lii'ock played sensational football all year. every boy en our honor squad is an All-America in his own richt. Sccont Team , KND-Souchak. Pitt TACKLE—Franco, Fordham GUARD—Monsky, Alabama CENTER—Hei wig. California GUARD Slivinksi. Washington TACKLE—Mntisi, Pill END—King. Minnesota QUARTER—Huckney, Duke HALFBACK—Botlari. California HALFBACK—Kilgrow. Alabama FULLBACK—Davis, Indiana Third Team lilNU—Sweeney. Notre Dame TACKLE—Wols. Santa Clara GUARD—Ructa. Notre Dame CKNTER— WojciCfhowic/.. Forri- linm GUARD--Twedell, Minnesota TACKLE—Shirey, Nebraska END—Jordan. Georgia Tech QUARTER—Kinnick. Iowa HALFBACK—Chapman, California j HALFBACK—Luckinan. Columbia FULLBACK—Osmmiski. Holy Cross Honorable ^lentinn ENDS—Drelier. Denver; Beiiton. Arkansas; Uoyd. Baylor; Wniren, Alabama: Davis. Dariinoiith: Slojie.' Slatilor;!; Kenderdine. Indiana; Stanford; Grimsiead. Washington St. Marys; State. California. GUARDS — Evans, Califirnia; HALFBACKS — Tipton, Duke; Schrocder. Michigan Stale; Me- V;1 " Every. Minnesota; Riffle, Al- Namaia. Pcnn; Havs. Tennessee; : ^'''Bht; Tranavich. Rutgers; Heap. Sivell, Auburn; Kiiharich, Notre Northwestern; Patterson. Baylor; Dame; Brewer. Illinois' lloptowit i y!lrf;ns . Detroit; Gray, Oregon '-'late; Todd. Texas A. Washington State: Jonfcs, Texas A. & M.; Heikkeiu'ii. Michigan; Sirtosky, Indiann; Lezoiiski. Pitt; DuBois, Navy. CENTERS — Dougherty, Santa Clara; Wolfe. Ohio State; Miller. Indiana: Alririch. Texas Christian; Luinpkin. Georgia; Hill. Duke; Mccarty. Metre Dame; Moore, Colorado; Hcmluy, Pitt; McDonald. Illinois: Antlcy, Auburn; Quisg, Lafayette. QUARTERBACKS - Meek, California: Heinncniiin. Texas Mines: McDonnl.1. Ohio Slate; Vatizo.' Northwestern; Pupils, Notre Dame; j Brazell, Baylor; Rcbbins. Arknn-' ens; Little. Norlh Carolina: M.; , Wood, Tennessee; Wasylik, Ohio biaic; Sherman. Chicago; Wolfe, ; Texas; Isbell, Purdue; Sclimitz, : Wisconsin; Ginilro, Minnesota.; Glickman. Syracuse; Konemann, I Georgia Tech; Pingel, Michigan State; Smiianich, Arizona. i FULLBACKS Hutchinson, .Dart| mouth; Lain, nice; Rabb, Ohio Stale; Crnver. Washington; Patrick, Pitt; Falkenstein, St. Mary's; : Andrews. Tulanc; Rohm. Louisiana State; Stringham, Brigham i Young; Manders, Drake; Ren-io , Villanova. Ult " c ^ Urock imd junior lightweight. Pur- Ram- Rice; Stale; Daly. Manhattan; Zacliary. clue; Scimaiu. Californiii; rey. Texas Trch; Nance. Daddio. 1'itl: Ream. Ohio Kctkci. Western Reserve TACKLES - Sloll. CallloniiM; Hale, Texas Christian; Scliocn- bauni and Kaphinoff, Ohio Stale 1 Haak. Indiana: Midler. Minnesota; Sflilcckman. Utah: Bchrcycr snd Woltman. Purdue; Toll 1'iinccton; Kevorkian. Harvard- Bees, while gathering ingredients : May- • for one pound of honey, fly a to- •ivrh- H-M, a,, <• '• C "L oryia tal distance equal to several trips lcch - Ilaitman. Georgia; Ferry, around the earth. berry. Florida; Simms, FREE GIFTS Given Onl FREE GIFTS Away Until Christmas ii Short Time Left to Prepare for the STUTE AUTO TEST Money On Anto Paris and Accessories „ flRIAN AUTO PARTS HAVE AT OUR NEW NIGHTSPOT The South's finest hotel invites you lo iis new CADET ROOM . . . soft lighting and music by GEORGE HAM (He wrote "Betty Co-Ed". Appeared in George White's Scandals. Has been heard over ail the -.vorksl. HOTEL No Play-by-PIay Game Account To Be Given . | But it wns only Vjy the- closest ot "l;itt. Vale: Gatto. Louisiana Stale' ; margins that he nosed out Call- Khelloys. N'otrc Dame: Za< the oul cf superlatives i? his actions. According lo tin- ciacl mentor Karairiiiilc Is so terrific he needs — . no interference. Once lie eels un- There will be no play-by-piny I der way he'll stampede rMi'i out account cf the Blythcvillc-Forresl • ot li >e stadium. In ncldtltoiMo tint ferula's IJo'j Hcnvlg nn ; | aml [ Ales Wojclcchowicz. We might go on lo unveil the talents of our brilliant second , team, and possibly an equally jjootl Oonzarai fnllr^r ,n «, "7, ",', i lhlld tCilm ' Tt ' S llB "' to ll '" wl >«'f S 1 !r • v r - -«!^^rur °" - a sss^^ri'^j *««-«^ Madigan. St. Mary's concti. runs! " an inspirational leader. The west will marvel for a time over Gcoi'stc Karamalic. fullback who came nut ot be PHONE 103 FOR 'PETE' THE PLUMBER PllKPAHK 1'OK City football game Thursda relayed here by long distance telephone and announced over a public address system. Firms [hat have previously sponsored such play-by-play a'ccounLs decided today nol to participate In such a game report tomorrow night. London, England, gets much ol Its water supply from artesian \v«Hs, since there.is a great supply of water, \mder pressiirc. feet below the city. 2<)0 he's a tremendous punter Prank Wysockl. Villmiova junior ' rates one end. Rangy, fast arci absolutely gluc-fingcrcc'l on the receiving end. of a forward pass he- definitely was the besl offensive ciKl in the east. And once he 8 ol his hands on the ball lic'rt svvltv off with all the tlesterltv of a Halfback. Andy Bershak. greatest end in North Carolines I cd a Job al A .senior. 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