The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1933 · Page 6
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..PAOK rux JLYTHEVILIE,JABK.) COURIER NEWS Notre Dame..in Futile Attempt to Run Naval Blockade . WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, SHE-FIR Clucks Doped to Beat Bulldogs After I.osinq to Jonesboro Last Week 1 In ri game that may invc n cle-1 finite bearing on coutity foolbull j IIOIMVS tlio Ulytlieville Chlrknsnws. r.iul Hie Wilson Bulldogs will chit) litre Friday night. The Cliickb 0:1 p;iper appc-.tr to .liavc a dtcLsire ccttfP over Hie Wil- n;n team but it was :i Hulking eleven Ihiu turned In n Ircmend- oi;s surpiisc by defraline what many believe lo to llic best eleven ever to repii'SMil )). II. S. nnd tAr.cc thai..year. 1922, tlie Chicks; )>ave becii' careful not lo lx> loajNctre Dame may have opened lili; l overconfident v.-lien fncliiB the | ndcr , lt Baltimore. Md. In one n] county^ 0 "' " 1C ' mVCr CIUi ^ I1W I° v " Nota ' Dil " • Enrly week practice intllenlcsi lhat the Chicks hove not yet Cully] '! ~ " ' J-ctovcrcd Irnm the effects of thc,, nt , profession:!! Golfers' Assocla- flrubbhia Administered by n paw-. (lml rc .,ny u w )«, ( i7 crCul Jonosboro Hurricane last | \c?t Very week. The Hurricane was rated, j nc fc simrkry rn aljoul even lerm.s with the Chicks bill stopped Ihe locnis anil nniasscJ the startling latnl of 25 fl'-sl downs 'with n sleain roller offense Hint found little difficulty In inarching through the Hly- Ihevillc line. . like tills, bin it. didn't lie.lp iii'ieli in nmnlnj tile Mav:il block- outstuiwllns u[iscts of Ihe season Naiy seon-il its nrsl vlclory clefeallnB the Sonlli Html eleven 7 to 0. Here Stevu lianas (left), him- Notre Unmi; hulllKick, Is oil lo fl. 12-yiml Kaln. 'the guy who was heavyweight chatniiion of the world) has changed his mind about nt'hting In December nnd says he will not be available for an' engagement unlll nflcr the first nf the year ... do you j think it would be funny if he It Is the Chick forward wall changed his mind agnin? that is in for intensive drillliii! i Chancellor Clinsc of New York lliis week with* Coaches Kramer i University Insists lie Is "one of ond Puckctt trying to (jet .their those who believe In nmntcnr in- forwards (o "get low". A hard | tcrcolleglnte athletics" ... a Charging Jcneiboro line went right j statement thai reveals the clmn- under the Chicks nnd they are be- |cellor not only Is nol funny but a ln» plven straily work at "digging smart observer , . . nnd N. Y. U.'.s !n" this week. '. record this year liullciilcs the The Bulldogs were beaten 20 to j team Is anything but professional, n last week by a Ijiixora team thnt •lost by a small margin lo I'lggott, bealcn early in the season by the j Chicks without trouble. So II [ .seems thnt (he Chicks tire due I in vet back in the xvinninti column Fridav nltjhl. The locals have lost to Memphis Tech mid Jonc, ( .boro and defeated Piegotl. Osceola. Shawnee and Pnragould, Hooks and Slides Bill Braucher 1)1I> YOU KNOW THAT— Dr. - Eddie Anderson, Holy Cress coach. Is n nose anil throat specialist. . ... Only eight of ihc :!0 men on tlic Holy Cro's scnmd lire not New Ennlanders. . . . The Phils. and -the Reds arc the only National League team. 1 ; for which Hurlclgh Grimes hasn'l/ pitched. . . . All-America center Ben Tlcknor returned to Harvard to help Eddie Casey prepare the boys for tlic Yale game. . . . Hen abbreviated'' his honeymoon to tiki the Crimson, ;K he was married Oct. VI to Barbara Farmer, whose father is In charge of athletics at Yale. ... Joe Click, knocked out by Tony Falco the other .night In New York, offers the prize alibi of the fistic season "Too much California," says Joe. "After beiny on llic west const for 10 months I dldn'l hav6 time to get acclimated." Papooses to Play Today at Memphis The Blyil\cvllle junior high rchool Pajiooscs will meet the TJellevne junior high grldders, Memphis eluunplons, at Hodges Field in Memphis thsl afternoon. The Papooses. 18 strong, left this morning (or llic Blntf Clly with lioiws ol holding Hie po\rer- fnl Memphis learn to a close game ivlih .in outside chance for returning with a victory. Tlie Papooses have lost ouV- gnmc Mils year. They were defeated by the Joncsboro Whirlwinds but held the Jonesboro juniors lo n tie In a re(,uni game. Uellevne !J3s pioducccl the championships-Juniors team of Memphis over n iwriod of years and iisunlly. tins an aggregation, of grldders who ' compare favorably with [lie average senior high (cam In slve, speed nnd everything except possibly experience. . NSWERS CUEgK NKLL1K MKUIA «•;,* a famous nrldsll Oi'KllATIC SOI'KAXO JKAN Kit AN CO IS MIU.KT palmed "TilU ANOKI.US." 1IAI.- I.OWH'ICN lias been traced hack to the lime «f ide ancient DRUIDS, nearlr 2toCi veais :i B o. Plymouth Housewives Go Hunting for Game Funny? Well— Home plate has been moved nearer .the fences in White Sox park, with the idea of making Jt easier 'for Al Simmons to hit home nins . . . wouldn't It be funny if visiting batsmen acquired (he habit of making ho:nc rims there, too? St. Mary's, "with a learn of 200 pounders, is called "Little St.i PLYMOUTH, Mass Mary's" . . . doesn't, il strike you I housewives of Plymouth as just a little bit funny lhat' rounding Yale, Harvard and Princeton are known as the "Big Three"? Sordid Pros Two professional teams are plfiyim: a benefit liame Nov. 12. to aid Ihe widow and surviving children of the late Major Lepanto Grid Squad Prepares for Jonesboro I.-EI'ANTO, Ark. - • Undismayed at the defeat suffered from the Harrlsuurg squad lost week, the I.cpanto grldders are going Into their practice this week with renewed vim in nijUclpntion of their gome with Hie Joucsboro Junior High, scheduled here for Friday alternoon. Last Time Today Matinee 2:30 — lOc Woman Batted Bear I BANGCR. Me. (UP)— Pew wo- ' men himiers-can boast of bagging 1 lOc - 3!>e K1CARDO I'OKTKX, RICH- AHI) HKNNETT and ELIZAliKTH YOUNG ig Executive' Paramount Nc\vs Cumi'dv Cavanaugb. conch at Fordhnm. Dartmouth, etc. . . . docs il seem & trifle funny to you lhat the colleges where. Cav coached do not stnfre a game tor the same rplendid purpose? rrimo Carncrn got a medal plus nothing net for Ills bout at Home with Uzcudnn ... If you tlilnfe lhat is very funny, you should listen to what Prime's board of control, including Will Duffy, Owncy Madden, Charley Friedman, etc.. have to fay about thai. and stir owns uol only have lo ccok the-meat the family cats, unt they ; have to linn for it. ! The town clerks sai;l that most of the. men arc back nt work under Ihe NKA, so tile" \vomcn liave npplird for Ihe licenses uud do the Frank jlmntlnE for the family. Unction. She shot the bear, n fine (UI'l — The j specimen, recently while hunting Thursday 1 Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-25t Nile h':.t5, 10-;!5c Read Courier Hews Want Ads. WARNING OIlDKIt IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF CHICKASAWBA D I S T R ! C T. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Jair.es Petaway. plainlilf, vs. No. 5602 ! \Yiilie Pclaway. Defendant. ; Tiie dclendam. Willie Petaway is| ROXY Wed. and Thursday Mat. Nite 2:30, i, 10-25c WHO SHALL BLAME HER? "Is dis pitcher w)6ssi)at—and dose c»I- . c n t i c K leach ft'sscrs a lin.i; or two!" j warned to appear within thirty days With a bunch of brilliant sopho- | *n Ihc court named In Ihe caption' mores. Notre Dame looks ahead to i hereof and answer the complaint | 1934 for a return of gridiron plorv of the pbiiuift James PcUway. would Hunk Anderson think 1 Dated this 31 day of October. 1333. it very funny if lie was replaced by another coach who weuld cash in.with a victorious team? Wouldn't it be fnuny If the new rule against swearing adopted bv R. L. GAINES. Clerk By Elizabeth Blythc. D. C. Roy Nelson (Ally, ad Lttem) Edw. B. Cook (Ally, for Ptf.) l-S-15-22 PAY YOUR LEVEE TAXES NOW to Mrs. Lynn P. Gooch, Collector Will be in Blytheville Now to Nov. llth Osceola Nov. 13th to 18th Leachville Nov. 20th Manila. • Nov. 21st Blytheville Nov. 22nd to 30th •* Delinquent Date December 1st. 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