The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 14, 1933
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'PAGE six .BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK,) ^COURIER NEWS I Mikulak, Oregon Fullback, In Bid for All-America Honors 'this Year. fly \EA Sen-Ice ; LOS ANGELES.—A one-man powerhouse, built along the lines of }i plow-horse and having the speed - and nervousness ol a thoroughbred, will invade Trojan territory Nov. )8 when the Oregon WebTeots battle-Southern California. • They call this human dynamo ol the gridiron "Iron Mike." snd Mrs Mikulak's boy seems appropriately named. The TroJan-Webfoot contest probably will develop into a clash between Mike and Homer Griffith, the Trojan powerhouse. H will be a battle between the two starf to .determine who shall be Ihe Pacific Coast conference's nominee for All' America fullback. ' Mike, a 200-pounder, is a senior. For two years he has been heralded for his great defensive work and •; this year he added onense. proving himself a ball carrier of no mean ability. - : Ask Jimmy Pheltin, University of . Washington coach, what lie thinks - bf Mikulak. . It was "Iron Mike' and nobody else who marched through the Huskies In the northwest's first major game, to give brcgon a 6 to 0 victory. It was this same irksome Ukrainian who starred against the University ol ' Idaho a \veek later. '-'When Mikulak takes the bal there are no end ri>;is. tackle pla.ys passes or any other finesse. Nol.-.- ing.but power drives right throng! the line for Mike." He's no sissy Why go around when you can go right through, is his reasoning. .. .Against the U. C. I,. A. Bruins "fton Mike" again proved hirr.sel . a-battering ram as Oregon carnc< a hard-fought 7 to 0 victory, keep ing their record clear. - Oregon's fine record this yea ,can be attributed a lot to Miku laV. As a defensive player he ha no peer on the coast. Up to and .including the U. C. L. A. game, onlj one touchdown had been scored 01 the Oregon team. Big Mr. Mikula! has been a member of the receplloi committee behind tlie line-am what a reception he deals outl Big and lanky Mikulak came t the University of Oregon ut Eugen In the fall of 1929, from Nfinneapo Us, as a devotee of "Doc" Spenr who left Minnesota to coach Ore gon. On the freshman team l:e wa an end, but' added weight cause Spears to'shift him'to the backficlc Under Coach Prink Cnlllson direction, lie has proved a potentli All-America. FOLLOW Dynamo of, Qrgeon Teariv^ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 193K V Bill Braucher ' "Iron Mike" Mikulak . . Mi-America fullbiifk honors. Oregon's nutn uT slrrl . . . headed for HERE TO ?IGHT Federal Judge Issues Moonshine Warning ST. LOUIS (Ul'i—Federal Judge larles B. l-'aris, from [lie^Uuneh, < ive violators of the, prohibition' w warning Hint uiopnslilnlng 'ut- "IPS' after repeal °'uf the 18th mendmcnl is to be dealt with vcri'ly. '. Although now Judge Fails . has slilutcd n "pay as you can" poly for prohibition "violators' he arnetl one defendant of the pcn- ly for muunsliliiing. "It Is Jus; going to lie too bad or you boys when yon come in ere after rc\KH\ on charges of loonshlnlng," Judge Farls sale). With tlic oiimlng "f tlie wln- k'L- iiylil. season. Coreicu l»ul- Ilcis arc llnvkiiiK to U. S. xliorcS. Above Is I lie newest (rniujrlntlon from Europe— (Jlelo l.ocatclli. llgblwelulU Rhainplnn of llin contliienl, v]io is *'xpecle<l to Lipucar la New York soon. IN FAVORITE PLAYS OF _ FAMOUS COACHES •• BY ART KKEN7, When youthful Dennis K. Stanley. Florida . alumnus, took over the coaching reins of his nlma mater this season, he set about drilling the 'Gators in the piny diagramed here. This play, Stanley tells me. is the nearest approach' to a NSWERS lloiirik Ilisen was a noted NORWK(!IAN 1) It A M A T 1ST There arc TU'KI.Vi: klltlcsliipii unvv in ciimintsstnii In ihi- Iliii- !:ili inivy. VllUilNlA r;ialicil .list hi pcpnbiloii in I7!io. Match Play! This Is the winter 'of'Herbert Jac<mcs r discontent ... the president of the United Stiles .Golfers' Association Is being tossed about' on yx> hums of a dire dilemma . . . and the reason. Is, national/ amateur championship, a gruesome catch-as-catcli-ca;i battle that der mands analysis. '^ *• < ; < Since Bobby Jone.s went out In the first round four years ago at Pebble Beach, -.'thereby- spoiling not only a gate ijut a tournament, tl:i! fathers of ficlf have hpd this medal play inixup on their hands. . . Medal play) has an uncanny :nnck of removing (he $lars. . ..ilw have not bi&n eliminated already by qiralifyi'ag rounds. Thr Name, Please' '; : Two years ^go'.the U. S. G. A. was forced to Inaugurate sectional nullifying tests . .'. there were too many titular aspirants . . . everybody and his brother seemed to be "eking the amateur championship . . NOU- you have the 'picture of candidate being'obliged to quality twice—first In his particular district and again at the scene of battle. A champion must compete- with' scores of fair golfers from minor country clubs w'r-.o; happen to have a lucky round and' get their names The Tuesday-Weds. Matinee 2:30—lOc - 25c Nitfht G:.)5—lOc - 35c on the big-lime brackets, golf aMoeiftUon...MWn«-a > «„,.- Etnlatlve field, certainly has found one—composed of great unknowns . . . Anything is rather more than likely to happen In an l8-ho!c round of golf, and usually does. At Kenwood this year, 30 players aggregiik-d 150 or better in lh» qualifier ... .a top-liole golfer had (o be on'hLs game to get in, shoot- lug two 15s ... that scom would have »on the medal in n previous .imateur championships, It's u ' j You j;ive the picture of Gcorsjo 0urilap. ti;» "champion, being forced to Ihe lucky extreme of holing I a 20-foot putt !n order to qualify j . . . and after a sleepless night,] Dunlap hud to sink another lhr> < same length to seize tot himself ono of the eight brackets . . . Not to cost shadows ui»n young nun- lap's achievement,' bin doesn't the procedure strike yen as a haphazard way of doing tilings? .The happy wiy out. it seems to me, Is to double the number of luallfying places—making a field of •'M-wlitch would t'iW the icp- nolcbers a chance to slip a trifle J in tho.qualifier anc^stijl to mak'^ t!:e' matcii play rounds. ... Another plan would start the 150 survivors of regional qualifying tests at ma'.eh play right oil the bat without the ordeal of another i:psy-daisy qualifier, a sch-jmc to which Bobby Jones adheres. That Is tire way the British do it. and , it now seems the sporting thing to | do. Defeat on the Horizon \ 1 EnGLE Dispose of David Dooley and Cyclone Burke In Armory Matches Mon. Rough House Sullivan of Union Cily, Tenn., emerged winner over Uaviil DooU-y. heavy iMurdcd niat- iiuan from Michigan, in the fea- [ lure match on lust night's iling card at (he armory. Sullivan (disposed of Uooley in two out. of I three falls. In :i preliminary matcli Chief (War Eagle. Indian wie.slk-r. look Cyclone Burke into the "happy hunting grounds" am! dumped him, two out of three falls. A good si»e turned out for the affair. Head Coui:er : News Want Ads. ,|j Grade A R;uv Milk Guide A I'astourizuil Milk Phone 74 CRAIG'S DAIRY Punch Missing Notre Dame, In scoring two touchdowns in its first live games ol 1933, gained 1254 yards, an average of' C27 yards a touchdowii. The educated toe of Bill Corlms. Stanford's A!!-Anuiica eusi'O. K|>el!etl deleat for Southern California lor the firs 1 ., liuv. 1 ;u more than Iv.-o years when he kicked two lleld goals. The picture shows ihe first ol the goals in (lie air. The .second yave the Indimi.'i a 13-7 victory. Versatile Cnnaelier . Jlockey Isn't the only game Lionel Conacher, Chicago's Hlack- hawks' new defense star, can play. He is a wrestler and a football player. . HEMOKItllGiDS (Piles) cured without the knife. Skin cancer, varlcosed veins, ton- silr. removed non-surglcall;. DitS. NIKS and N1ES OfTirc 5U Main Phone 98 Jeffries Imparted Secret Of Tough Hands to 'Pugs NE WORLEANS (Wl —One ol the secrets of Jim Jeffries lias been imported to Les Kennedy, it vas revealed when the young California heavyweight went in training for a recent bout here. Jeffries told Kennedy now to keep his hands from becoming brittle. Rcconls show that Jeffries never cancelled n match because of sore hands, nnd here is why. The old champion sonkcd both hands in beef brine three times a day.-for at least 30 minutes at each interval. Then he let • his hands dry out in the sun. and tlKy grew as tough as leather. Kennedy said that lie visited at Jeffries' ranch in Burbank. Cnl. ecently. and the former chstn- ion told him of the treatment. ROXY 1'iiramuunl News Moran & Slack Comedy play from the Florida babr.ce line, and puts plenty of pressur on the opposing tackle. ., Ball : Is snappW 1 to No. 1 back who. cuts to tjje : right and goc through between the opposln guard and tackle after the following has been done: Back No. 3 cuts orer snd, with UK right guard who has. pulled out of the line, smears the opposing led tackle »ho has been permlted to come through Back No. 4 partUUy blocks the opposing left, end and goes on down to block out the opposing left hall. Back No.-I'lind-tlw-Horlfa left end,go through to smear the op- He 3rove women mad — Even the girl vho lud vowed to forget lived lo remember. Women adored him,. rich and poor, heart.brtakcrs andi Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & N1TE—lOc - 25c JACK BUCHANAN In home-makers threw themselves at his feet, yet the one he loved Ix: have. FOX NEWS and COMEDY Turn ME -t. t - -s • • to the WANT-AD SECTION" "Most everybody does, 1 >know. 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