The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
Page 7
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Till) USD AY, NOVEMBER !', 1933 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURUtE HEWS PAGE SEVEN Ne^er Brother -.-An Old Page From 1'ro Football Fffl FIGHIS IS ILL K BBUBR Brawls Were Common and Promoters Often Skipped with Gate Receipts KIHTOR'S XOTK: This is t»e firM ol' ;i series of three articles ilrrrrlbing 'lie growth (if professional foollnll which In many purls of the country recently has lireu drawinc crowds greater than those at collect' games. hi 1 j:S!MIE nONAUIJK NEi\ Service Sports Writer NEW YORK. Nov. 9.—Tile other (lay ;i crowd o( 25.UOO saw a Sunday foottall game at Boston fvccn "Lone Star" Dietz's Hed- i-kins and the Chicago Beaifi, p;'o- It was n li-.rgor attendance than that enjoyed in games IKH Brown and undefeated Princ and equalled the crov.-d that Dartmouth play Yale in Ihe bH: i bowl at Kcw Haven. The came iiciwccu t"e Redskins and the Bears, hard fought throughout, was more than an important inlerseclional pro foot- hall game. : It. was a sign of (he limes. The players who do or die for the dear old bankroll are beginning to come into their 'own. The pro game originated along about 1805 v.'itli the formation of three teams, the Duqucsne A. C. of Pittsburgli. Olympics of Me- Heeport, Pa., and Orange A. C. of Newark, K. J. Factory boys and ex-college men who taught them the game made up the rosters bruising Trip of Ruitian Writers Draw Wrath of Soviet MOSCOW. (UP) — Three well- known ilgiucs of tile Moscow 111- enuy world recently wevo uiiesletl because they wrote iinil circulated I'landeslhii'ly s;lltrlc;il |ioelry of a coimter-Kvoliitlomuy niiture. lum- uuiilne, Kremlin Irailm and pol- U's. One n| ihi' men. Kmll Kvoiky, nlhiM 1 of luinioroius verses nnd alonoi. Ims been exiled to Slbcrln for lluve years. Till- ullie'r two. Nlkulul Krdinnn fiiu! Vliullmlr Muss, were releasi'd with a wnniltitj. Kutnuui Is a iiluyu'rlsjlit. Ills drama v 'M;uu!iUe" 1ms iH'Oti running lu're for .six yent^i. Ills pluy "SiilriiSi 1 ." ri'i'urted lo \K a brilliant study of contemporary Hns- sl:i. was prohibited by the censor;;. Althcinih those iirri'sls liuve nol been reported In the press. Ihc ncus spread quickly anil earned a sviivjllou In llteriuy mid nrlLstli circles. . i , The to?.!! ily oi.' Colmnbiw!'.OWp..''turned .out- neatly, enough.. : brothers to mnite an e ve you see thorn r?ad'y for 'liclion. . Upper left is Charles Neiacr. sbn of N'c-f scr family" squ.icl. Abo ser, r:c:iil who' played -together foV he old Calumb'iiS " I'anhiuicilc-rs a dozen years entire' foot- Ted Nes- ago. Snu.,hhic" "SinuiUh" ur i!;e iilrkimmrE for New Mexico i.talo Hin'.rr is the yucc.i DON'T GET UP "NIGHTS lax the llUililer 1VIIH . Oil, lluclm, I-tr. l)i l\v out. the Impsirilics und ox ic.w avlds thr.t cruise. Ihllutloi Inuuiiis! and freintent clrslrn. Jim '.•or ell Ir, plnuunl lo take In tl form ol BUKKi'd, the blutlclcr. Inx- v'ive. also containing Bucliu leaves, nelhods nre snld loielc. Works on the bladder similar coach; Lou Heinle Miller of Perm, and Johnny I found numbers Of men find Women Scott of L;<fnyeltc. In 1022 there were 20 teams iu! Cl Sc^e^,7ciL"'un-!hav e .ontinued to use the old They played a harrl, bruising the National game, nnd many of the contests i from "cities in were marked by fist fights among the spectators. Tlie game praw slowly and spread westward to Ohio where the Columbus Panhandles, featuring the five famous Ne.wer brothers, was organized in 1001. This learn was followed closely by the Massillon Tigers and Canton.Bull- dogs. The Bulldogs teat the University of Chicago and the renowned Carlisle Indians in 1905) -i J"rj>. From the very beginning. Joe Carr of Columbus, now •Mident of the National Football League, composed of 10 teams. \v::s mi active leader. Carr with the game through. Irving periods of fights and doubts. Jim Thorpe \viis one man who did a great deal to convince promoters that there was money to lie made. Tn 1018 nnrl 1019 Thorpe was one of the best names in sports. In those two years, as manager of the Bulldogs, he led his team to two National League titles. 5 •• "••'•• '•\ But 'Jim's wasn't the oidy name. Tile pro game in those days wns not loo scrupulous about luring stars from college. I'ro clubs in the middle west then were known as "Saturday night" teams. Players came irom various parts cf the country, or from the colicRes. on Sat'.irclay night, rehearsal signals In a large room in some hotel, and went cut the next day to do their stuff. Many mcmhcrs of the team never had played with or against the others. Willie Ilcsion, bone- crusher of Yost's point-n-ir.ini:tr team at Michigan, played one game as a pro—wilh llic Cantor team. He was paid SGOO ami expenses and received a broken leg Through the years a number o: big names have been associated with the game. In 1920 the Akron pros, under Elgic Tobln. Pern Slate (Barter. \ V on the title. 11 1MO ?uch stars as Cliic Har'.ey J'ctc Stlnchcomb and Tarzan T.iy lor—Ohio State greats — ployei v.-ith a team at Decatur. 111. Dili: Slater of Iowa starred tor year with various teams. l-'rilz Pollard. Brown's grc; Negro star of 1915: liuss Bai!o\ West Virginia's All-America ecu ter, and King. Mountaineer fill back, were at Akron. Canton ha Foolbull New York Li-aguc;ccilain gamble inlo fin almost -sure .reliable, purely vegetable Illinois, profit. - Professional football w Ohio, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Peim-.pul upon a business basis with hls TIIFnFnnn ,o 1 lUfcl'rUlilJ S backache or leg pains caused from bladder rtlsordc-i you uvn bound '(, feM hdter r.iter this cleansing :'!id you gel your regular sleep. City Drug Store nnd Klrby D To. stiy BUKUl'S is a best, seller —Atlv, A re Tired? When you awake in the morning do you feel good or do you aclie in your shoulders and hips? Do you feel like you have slept too long on one side. 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