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PAKE SIX JJLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS Just Another Family Man Former 'Irish' Ace Be'.',;. lievcs Fate Still Giving .Him Dirty Deal. '.•B\ NF.A Service NEW YOKK, Nov. C.—If Joe Savoldi. the fourth oak of Tlm-e .Oaks, Mich., is ever holder of the undisputed heavyweight wrosiliiiij title, its the Jinnpln' guy's opinion 'that It won't be Ills very lon«.' Far ^-there's that unlucky Milano star /Hill haunting his fate. . The former Notre Dame fullback, • who now grunts anil Bioans loud. ly on the mat. is reluctant to dls- • jusf that star. Dut the story was pulled from him here after one • o! his recent matches. Y.'Fate decreed that lie should be •born In Milano, Kalv. 21 years ni;o. His father and mother, both na- Illves of Italy, were residing In Three Oaks. Midi., when they received a cable to rush biu-k to iltilv. '•Joe's grandfather w,is dying fiom knife wounds Inflicted by bandits. ' . The .Savoldis arrived a week Ix 1 - lorc Joe's grandfather died. Two hours before the end. Joe was •• borh. An unlucky star, Indeed! ' Joe weighed three and one-half "pounds. He was so frail that the doctors would not allow him to re- 1'irn to America with liis parents. They Jin never would live (o JTUESDAY, NOVEMBER_7, 1933 Here's How Tu lane's Green Wave Dashed Through Colgate Line i^ Bad Alumni Out After Rice and Texas A. and M. .Mentors. V In summer, home clouts 11 four-baygei. Just now cros.se!! when he baseball out ol season,- Jimmy _ make the trip. , Relatives nursed Joe. Following the plows and the harvesters nave him slreneth. When he was seven, h.K narenU returned to Italy to t?ke him home. But .toe contracted whoonlni; rnu«0i. Port nfflclnls refused to pass him, and for the fecond limn the Savoldls crossed the sea without Joe. " Not until he was 12 years old . filrl- Joe touch American shores Tiien. for the first lime, he met .- his brother and sister, who h^'l jwfii traVn In Three Oaks. He -. couldn't socnk. read or write a • wnrd 'of Emrllsh. i : Through hlKh school niu! then ^ (o.Notre weni Joe. Tin- three and ".' p.*ie-hnlf-ixHind bnbv grew into a ?|R pound eiant: the tiny, feeble • h".be became a gloriously chiseled physical model, Summers lie worked ill an iron foundry. , '••Jiimnin' Joe played 14 games of inlercoltesiate football for Notre • n»me. eight as a sonhomore In • )329 and six as a, Junior In 1030. In. the middle of his junior year, "•lust as he u-as reaching the peak of his career. Joe's unUickv star ~ drain caiifiht up with him. He was excelled for his smel marriage. .-In the 14 games Joe nlaved fullback. Knute Hockne's Fightin 1 Irish y'orj all. To that end. he scored 17.touchdowns for 102 noints, nine hi.1929 and eight in 1930. Joe scored in even' game he plavert but Itiree: Army and Navv in 192D and Carnegie Tech in 1930. He pained revenge against the Nnvy in "?.!> by ^coring three touchdowns. HaVins scored the only touchdown Hint, defeated Carnegie Tech. 7-0. in "29. Joe hud no hard feelings gaalnst the Tartans. He wns expelled b«- Foxx, the clouting- Athletics' first, baseman, tlilnks 01 another home- ami he's shown ubavc with his, wife and son. Jimmy, Jr., in his farmhouse at Swlleisvlllc. Md. i. Hooks and Slides Bill Braucher I'.eallng the Chan-p Iloninn opeiMtlves advise Una Primo Camera's countrymen were disappointed over his After the flgln a few rounds against Uzcudun. had gone alonr; fore he could second 'time. face the Army n Snvoltil's real football greatness never will be known. His terrific line plunging in the 14 gair.es he played sUimped him' as likely all- time All-America. His strength, speed and str.mlna were taken to the wrestling game two years ago. Today Joe stands second only to Jimmy Londos as a national drawing card. What's more, he is the only grappler to score a victory over Lolidos in the last three an one-half years that the Athenian Apollo has claimed tlie world title. Savoldi's amazing victory over Uzcudim, the underdog, uctu.illy becainu lliu hnro. Some .slio i;s imig out nrgln;; Uf.cudun the big bum low Poor 1'rlmo! In his simple way he expected to be lionized !lf In I deed, on elephant can be lloniz'ic' liy lite own peo).>le. It must havi hurt |));n |o feel they were In? at lib clumsy efforts to iiiuiu Uzcudun. But perluips many such hurts aheud. Not the. First Time • Dempsey court tell him soinc- tl'.ing about Hint. Crowds for the Miiulcr's hlocxl until, that rainy iijglit seven years ago Pl-.illy, they got some. Shorn ol ills Invincibility, Dcmpsey became beloved. Howard Jones, coach of Southern California champions, .mist know now how Notre Dame iclt t\vo years ago when Johnny Daker'.s toe sent u |>erfect kick iK'lwi'en the bnrs to end South Bend's supremacy. Even in the press box at South Bend that day -.vere scores of "impartial" cor- ic-spondents who chortled over the Howard College Team Claims Scoring Versatiliy BIllMlNGllAM. Ala. (UP)— The Howard College Bulldogs, of the Dixie Conference, urc laying claim to a record fo rvcrsatlllly In scoring. ,. Ill the Bulldogs' first five games 16 players scored 121 points^ai average ol Just a -bit more than a touchdown ulid n pojut- -thereafter for/each' of, the score'r'sr • '' ' In the scoring group are six halfbaeks, four ends, three'full- backs and three quarterbacks Seven of the tallying players were sophomores. ... ,. Leading scorers are .Tom Ever cits, HO-nound halfback of Hel ena, Mont., and lamar Williams 160, of Montgomery, *!*.', each with. 18 points. . ... BV MKRKII.I, »:. 1,'nltrd Press Stan* CurrrsiHindrnt DALLAH, TCX. <U1')'—Heard in Soulliwesi Conference foolbill elides: 'Iliat tlw wolves are after Coach Malty Hell at Texas A. M. College, coach Jack Meaghcr ul lice Institute, Houston, . also is leaihiB the llov/ls, according to Hjrbi writers.. •Hell's team, after four early Rea- on victories, Including a 13 to 0 Iclory over Tulanc, lost to Texas Chrlstlun University, 13 to 7. The Cadets were dojwd to win. Meaglier added to his troubles ecently by having words with Oor- on Nicholson first, string fullback a^. Rice. Nicholson tinned in his nit. Nlcliokon was something ol u hero, as he had foregone graduation last spring to return to play his fall lor the Owls. (iood Publicity '-Tile University of Arkansas has 114; best publicity, department of any team In the conference. It blossomed with rejuvenation 01 ootball at the Fayellcvill". school. dnc of ita masterpieces is about Quard Gus Eidson who llvcs^in he " county jail. He geU three squares a (lay (or doing odd jobs ' knit the bastille. Football fans and ex-grid heroes of the Southwest 'conference, who frequent Arlington Downs, $2.000,000 horse racing plant midway between Port Worth and Dallas, are looking up J. P. Collins—ex- forward on the Notre Dame basketball team and now associated with the Seybold stables. He Idolizes the late Knule Rockne. Pro Ball Plan iDead -..Coach Clyde Uttlcfletd of Texas University doubts jf professional football will ever meet-nuioli success. A ^Jcague was proposed for thi" southwest ^{asl.-'snrin'B. 'Texu 1 ! and Oklahoma cities were to be represented. The idea faded and is apparently forgotten now. .Ceiitcnary College athletic authorities apparently are more concerned with [he- •perforirianco of their football team than in admittance to the Southwest Qonference. Texas University 'battled the ahrcvepon club to a 0 to 0 tte this year. . • " Tin' Cirn-n Wuvc. as they call Ihe Tulane "team fiun New .Orleans, swept ah over New York's Yankee Stadium to whitewash the Colgate leiiin. undefeated since 1931, by 11 score, of 1 to 0. Spearhwid of tin. Tulane attack, Captain Floyd Roterts of Btinnlcr. Okla.. (indicatetl by in row). Is .slioi'ii in tills remuikoDIt action picture as he slreakdU 1C yard.-) to a touchdown in Ihe firs', ([nartcr. "i game, Uolx-ns saved It In tilt last quarter by stopping n Colgate threat on Ihe two-yard line. winning ttie .:; Defeats Carnival Wrestler, Dooley Substitute, After 'Three Others Go Out.! Bituminous Coal Output car tremble prevented Dcolcy's ap- I •j.'iuince. 'ly.son Irak the first fall and V.'ek-h the last two of the mulch v.'Len followed '.he eiijumiUion ul the three otheis In Ihe generui : o amble. Ty:;nt; hns npj>cared l'i. 10 with a carnival once or tv. ice und is leputed to have lost a decision o:- two to I'de Allison, a local joiith. Roy Weicli ciiR-rgcd winner ol the battle royal \\reslling scramble at the armory lost night before the biggest crowd to yet turn out for r.'ie of the Viee::!y mat cards here. Welch and u wrestler l>; uf Tyson remained in ring niter House- Rullivan, Charles Slnkey and Mike iMeroncy had Leen tossed oui or quit under rlie fo;nbinc<l r,i-,.sl»uyhts of ths tlhcr.s. Sulliv.-i;i wa.s the first to o out. the oiln-rs joining in di. 1 :- |:o£ing of him Slnkey was next 1 Mi'ioncy fojlo-.ve<3. Tyssn was cnr:ilvnl near t c armory to sub- Hitutc for Uav ll bun-liisl:t- slated in : ecrulted irom a ppoley. the col- ul .; • mnunnn who ipchr on the pro- Of.Pennsylvania Declmed HARRISBUHO, Pa. <UP)—Bl- ' tumlnous coal production in Pennsylvania declined sharply in 1032 as compared to the previous year, according to statistics compiled by Iho Slate Department of Internal Affairs. During Inst year 28 soft-coal producing counties in ihe state registered an output ol 71,755,BOC tons as compared to 94.346.345 during 1931, the department's records showed. The Keystone State's contribu- I lion of bituminous coal in 1932 was valued at $9li.701,400 as compared with S149.400.200 in the previous .•nag THESES The crxul was told that Read Courier irtws Want Ads. CGI.UM HUH sailed on the 'BANTA .MAItlA with VIFTY-. TWO-MEN The X-HAY was ills- njvereil by WII.I1EI.M KONKAU VOX ItOENTOKX. Ccriuan Rcieu- li^l JACOUKS CAHTIRR was a- KltKNTI! NAVKiATOll wbo (Us- (nvcieil Hie ST LAWIIKNCB KIVKIt. ;ed of, but lew have Ijeen able to make. In a 38 foot sailing boat, which he consti-iicfjd in his machine shop here, togetlicr wilh his MID, Hal ton, Chris Pope, Oshkosh, Wls.; Robert McGregor, Racine, wls.; and Jac.-k Smoi-k, nes Moines, la'.. Chapman plam to sail clown the Mississippi River to the Caribbean Sea where he will deep sea Jlsh for three months. •' The boat, equipped with a 25- orspower auxiliary motor. besides its sails, recently svaj provisioned for tile entire voyage. Wisconsin Manufacturer Plans Long River Trip BERLIN, Wis. (UP)—Prank D. Chapman, Berlin manufacturer, who was a lieutenant in the U. S. navy in 1918, leaves shortly on a trip, which many men have dream- BRIDGEPORT. Conn. (UP)—Tile "hot stove" league already is in mid-season 'form here with George "Kicldo" Davis. Giant outfielder, the main attraction. Davis, a resident cf Urldgcpori, lias been in al- j must constant demand as a spcak- I er at club meetings since Ihe Gl| ants deteated the Senators for Ihe title. G. G. Caudill General Insurance' IOC N. Broadway Phone 197 . Vlreln Mary-mi In TJorel LONDON (UI')-A novel on tne! Virgin Mary, said to be 1 the lint ever written,, will .be in the bookstalls soon. H was written by Mary Bprden, American wife of a Brlt- Parliament. ' In oownfall of the gridiron dynasty set up by Rcckne. Deal, the chnmp! You see it among football C'-csvds when there is an All- rtmcrica candloale on the field. His prowess hai heen praised In ihe press. Let's sec how good he •s. Suddenly :t is observed that 1'C is l»ing outplayed, and there is no sorrow for him. units to the The crowd chtimplon Londos. achieved in one fall at Chlcn°o several months ago. stirred a ! national argument as to its mer- Every great wrestler must ue identified by a single sensational hold, such as Frank Gotch and his toe-holdbody scissors. Strangler Lewis and his headlock, Ed ^far- c hall and his airplane spin. GILS Sonnenberg and his billv-goat bull and Jim Browning and his airplane scissors. Savoldi's pride and Joy is his flying dropkick. Although he never kicked a ball at Noire Dame, a punt or a goal, a drop or a placement, Joe now kicks his opponents to defeat. Both Joes carry dynamite as he hurls both legs at his rival, usually connecting with the opponent's chin, feet first, to knock him oils or so groggy that he is an easy victim for a pinning hold. Joe had All-America glory with in his grasp .' . . but lost it. He Soutliern Methodist University heads have decreed that the team may have one inlcrscctlonal grime a .year. Hence the cognomen. Rambling Mustangs, may be a thing of the past. Tile Methodists Jiave but one.sen'.or on the squad. Majority arc sophomores. . *v 1 . humanizing -.the scriptural records . she has departed . from them orilyl once — to; ;crente. d -second • disciple . Fields in Comeback Jackie Fields, twice holder ol Ihe welterweight title, is expected tp return to the .ring os n middle- changed into a chump. We're tun- ny that way. » » • Horses anil Kassltrs The Maryland crowd that saw V/inooka. hailed as ft wonde horse from An-iiralla, In his east err. debut, looked wisely m r.nother when the sou of Wind lir.B-Kanooka ran fifth in a ol five hearted by mighty Mate. And \yhen he finally dirt win incc, the comtmnl usually heard was. "It's about flme." Wise promoters have brought crowds clamoring for tickets laying upon their desires to sec icstrucllon. Mans. Jacques Curey. with great glee, describes one ct his wrestling champions r.ost glowing terms as "bone rnishcr." "man killer. nomuain movrr" nml nil that. He knows they pay to sec the monsters ihrottlcd down. -Weds. Mat. 2:30, 10-2'ic Nile 6:45, ItMOc —ADDED ATTRACTION— Selection of lissBJytheville' Tuesday niglit for Armistice Day Bcmity Contest, Turfed.-Thurs, Milt. 2:30, 10-25c Nite 0:.I5, I0-25c WHO SHALL BLAME HER? had Londos' championship in the palm of Ills hand . and lost it He whipped Jim Browning before Jim became a champion And licked Strangler Lewis after he had lost his title. It's his unlucky Mllano cays Joe. star Glands Laid Napoleon And Henry VIII Low •-LONDON (UPl—A stomachache cost Napoleon the Battle of Waterloo, the gland experts say. His pituitary was deficient. Henry VTII, who with his seven wives was long held up as a paragon of vigorous manhood, also belled his reputation, says Dr. Ivo Cobb. He was betrayed in his later yt*ra by » bad thyroid, which fattened him rapidly and \ prepared him for Ut« grave, Montreal Hockey Head To Change Forward Line MONTREAL. <UPl-EddIo Oer- ard. manager of Hie Montreal Maroons, will discard the system of forming and keeping Intact special forward lines throughout the National Hockey League season, ho announces. Famous forward trios such Eos toil's former Dynamiters. Tor- entq's Kid Line. Rangers' Bouchrr- Cocks combination. Canadians' Mo- ienz-Joliat-Gagtion line and the now disbanded Triple S group of Ivlarooiis made the idea popular list year, but Gerard has decided to shuflle hte forwards Into various arrangements durltig the approach- Ing campaign. "IT a man is i good center, right or left wing," Gerard said, "he'll be effective on «ny line." 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