BtX BLYTHEV1LLE, iiTIKfll LOSES Teams Meet at South Bend "Saturday —But What's •..•-At Stake? BY ERSKINE JOHNSON NEA Smi« Staff Corresixiiiddit LOS ANGELES — The Irish Rambter isn't rambling and the Trojan uarhoi.-e Is an old gray mare who "ain't what she used to be." Which, brother football 'fanatic, Is Just another way of saying that the two teams which meet- at South Bend Saturday. Nov. 25. aren't the same Noire Ilr.ine and Southern California tea'ms we used to see. ". For the first lime since their inaugural and historic mettlng. lack in 192C, little or no significance can bo attached to tills year's annual clash. Formerly THE game "of" the year, with the national title usually at stake, the Trojan- 'Irish 1933 encounter Is just another contest. * • » 'Under the leadership of Hunk Anderson, the "Fighting Irish" have gone from tad to worse this year. Meanwhile, Coach Howard Jcnes' -Trojans, 1331-32 national champs, have been crowded out (.f the running nftcr a winning tlreak of 2G games. •'Oddly enough, Notre Dame's 'fpbr showing EO far this year Is history' repeating itself. In 1928 the Irish went through a season "c'fscribed as d'snstroits \vhcn they Ifisl four games while winning five. • In 1929, hosvvcr. Notre Dame came back, defeated the four ti'juns it had Irst to in 1928, won 'ihc rest of its Rnmes and brought home a national title. The teams it, defeated included Carnegie Tech, Southern California and Wisconsin, who had taken the treasure of the Irish in 1928 * + • While Notre Dame was losing HOOKS AND SLIDES Its' fourth straight game to Pur- Slopplnj Ileslnn due/ the Trojan war horse ' was .laiibed and branded by Stan•lord. The Ind'nns sneaked down from their Palo Alto tepee and scalped. El Trojan to the tune of a touchdown n-xl two field goals. And to make matters even worse Left at the Post By Kronz COURIER NEWS _ _ raiTTOFf T MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1933 Memphis Bad Man and Ripley Strong Boy Headline Armory Show Charles SJnkcy of'Ripley, Te.nn.. and Whitney Hewili, Memphis tad man, meet In the feature match on tonight'; ^resiling ear<l a', the armory. ,' ' "! Hewitt is probably, the highest ranking miuman to appear here fincc the series of weekly cards v-as started last summer. He lias urW-'.'ired against some of the first iinik henries although lately he hns suffered reverses from some of the bettor grarjplcrs. He is supposed to lie 'one of the roughest of (he rougli.' : . , In n preliminary match Giis | VoiHein. who the promoters clnlm !:; Jrom Germany, 1 meets Roy'Al- len. - THIS CUMOUS WORLD - psa •v .*?5 MOON NOT ONLV CAUSES A TIDAL WAVE ON THE SIDE OF THE EARTH NEXf TO IT, 8UT ALSO CAUSES A WAVE ON TUB OPDOS/TE SIDE OF THE- EARTH I the Indians crossed the goai stripe through the Trojan line, lomething which hasn't been done lor nearly three years. Previously, c-leveri "Iron Men" from Oregon Stale held U. S. C. to n scoreless iie in one ol the real upsets of the year. The Trojans showed t gns of- a cotne-back when lliey real Oregon university. "All this brings us back to the coming Trojan-Irish game. Both outfits will be fighting to regain plEstige lost during an erratic t?ason. ^ut the tilt will be far from a cridiron epic. It'will be a hollow victory if (he Trojans, already heavy favorites, win, even if the victory doss tie the Trojan-frish series at four each. 'On the other hand, if Notre Dfriie emerges on the long end of the score it will be the BIG upset of the year. Picks Differ In Eight Games But Pair Break Even Bill Braucher, NEA sports editor and, the Courier News sports editor continued their ding-dong struggle trying to outguess cad other on big lootball games this year, breaking even in their pre dictions for games the past week frig. They are also on even term, for the season. The two pick>-rs. who have hard i.v reached the line of scriminagi on several occa:ions this fall, dil fered In their predictions as ti the results of eight out of 2 fames on last week's list. As i turned out Braucher was righ in four instances while the locn writer guessed best in four othc big games. Fifteen winners, cigh losers and a tie was the coun '.or each. Braucher picked the winners i the following James in which th ipcal guesser »as on the'wron end: Ohio State over Wlsconsl Pittsburgh over Nebraska, Syracu. over Colgate nnd Texas Christia over Texas. The order was n versed with Braucher en tlie wror end when the local writer picke Southern California over Orego Oregon State over Pordham, Tu lane over Kentucky and Cenlenar to beat S. M. U. Teams that vpset both pickc: were: Auburn by trouncing Geo gta, Iowa by beating Purdue, Co r.ell by taking Dartmouth, a: Washington by defeating U. C. A. Both finally won with Not Dame when the Irish defeat Northwestern- after taking to straight losses, i not to mentft four straight' losses both write took .by predicting that Not Dame would win. Failure of Michigan's football ocs of the ea:-ly 1900's- to cope 111 Ihe Inill-llki; rushes of Willie eston haii! been woven into ;cnd....soini! el Ilurry-Up Yost's ;st stories concern his groat mi when he liifl not only Heston ..... i>ii._ii iji, «i •„** Jiui UtJI^ .TICriLUIl *«»* ti'.oi. JfJUJI ;t "Boss" WH-ks, "Shorty" Lone- ">e U. S. an. the Hammond brothers, "In- now New Y Edith CarelTwasa BIUTISH HUfiSK executed by th e (j cr . mans at Flrussels la'-1915'. tar Esslsllnj allied soldier* to escape. Th&'Homuslatie Mine at LEAD, SOUTH'DAKOTAV-ls the producing gold mine In Amsterdam, Book of Court Rules Saved Situation DETROIT (UP)—Foresight by compilers (jt rules for court procedure saved Judge W. McKny Sklllman from an embarrassing situation when he asked a witness to "swear" to tell the truth. "Your honor, I don't swear." replied tlie witness, who wus a ne- gro preacher. • . .- ~ f The judge pored through his .book of procedure, found a witless may "swear or affirm" to tell the truth, tlie whole truth, and nothing but the -truth, The witness'—affirmed; 1 ' he would da so. an" Schulie and others. 1C20. There was. for Instance, tliat Id-September game with West lrginla....thc score was 135 "to ...and Yost, still feels that l>e as short-counted 60 or CO.points ;canse iils team wilted on him i (he Indian Miminer heat. hat's Running! The Wolverines won the toss and :clcd in receive....Heslon caught r ball.... Longman und Hatn- ond formed his Interference so e raced down the field for a •uchdown—and not, a tackier got ear him.. ..Iloslon had plenty ' speed as well as power. ' i West Virginia kicked oil again ..and Heslon, following that •icked two-man weflgc. repeated touchdown performance in ic first .four.minutes of the game, 'osl recalls. Hi-slon und spi-lnt- d dowii the field for four touch- owns. Then Willie, to whom training ever was n sacred routine, start- d to weaken., .putting like a fat ommuter who has had to run to lake the 7:15. he looked nu]>»al- igiy toward the bench.. ..nil he ol for his pains was a horse Feigning injuiy, his teammates vcrc relieved • one by one finals' Heston was stretched flal on he turf Kccne Filzrutrlck, lalner of the learn, walked out nd surveyed the fallen gladiator ..."Oh, no, Willie, not yet, old ey. Come on no nnd let's BO'" * » • topped A°aln The harassed Hcslnn struggled o his feet....they gave him (he •ail again—two more touchdowns ...then the g.-eat man balked ic could endure no more fiat- cned on the sweet turf he re . used to budge....Fil?, went out gain and surveyed the body '•. 'Came on, Wil.ie, one more toiich- ', nown and you can come out" i Heston arose... .they gave him! the ball on an end run he j*cnt down iiic field....pusliins 'ncklen out of his way... crossed! :he goal line....put down the bail ..and kept ii»ht on running toi dressing room. "The score York, was founded ROXY Last Time Today German's South American Trade Balance Favorable BERLIN <UP) — Germany had a favorable balance of trade with fiuiitli America for the first half year of 1933. according to figures !«ued by the Ministry of Economics. Despite the trade advantage vliich depreciated currency gave Until in, Japan and the United Slates. German exports to South America greatly improved. With tlie exception of Peru and Chile, the German export figures are much higher than for the corresponding period of 1932. The following figure. 1 ;, in millions of marks, represent the val^ ue of German exports to South America in the two years: 1933 1932 47.0 44.8 39.4 23 ,G Argentine Brazil Colombia 9.8 Uruguay 7.5 Venezuela 40 Chile 33 Peru 2.3 Paraguay ! .'1.5 Bolivia 1.3 Evuador 1.3 5.7 5.1 4.0 5.2 3.4 05 0.9 0.9 TplE PAGES OF A BOOK ARE CALLED ££AV£S 6ECAUSE. THE LEAVES OF CERTAIN PLANTS WERE USSD TO \>/RlTE UPON 6EFORE THE INVENTION :•'' Of- PAPER, C is NO SUCH THIN& AS A WEA7HEK. VANE I THE INSTRUMENTS POPULARLV CALLED 6y THAT NAME ARE- W/.NO VANES.. . INDICATING THB OiRECTIOM OF THE WIND, AND NOTHING MORE. Missouri River Cache Of Rare Old Whisky KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UP)—The •iw.il of the 18th Amendment md th« revival of shipping on the Missouri occasioned the reeollcc- .ion recently that at least three old-lime river steamers laden with good whisky lie In (he bottom of the river. One of them, bearing 314 barrels of whisky en route from SI. ~ouls to Wichita, Kan., went down near Hlghbee. Mo., In 1801. Another, carrying 200 barrels of whisky, sank near Council Bluffs, la., five years later. A boat owned by George S. West and laden with liquor, was \vicck- ecl near Omaha in 18C3. Many attempts to recover the liquor have failed. I • LAST TIME TODAY Mat. 2::iO, 10-2i>c Nite CMS, J0-35f JOHN HARUYMORR, HELEN HAYES, CLARK GABLE, LIONEL RARKY- .M O R E, KOHERT MONT- (iOMERY and MYRNA COY •in. Science explains the tidal wave on the side of the earth opposite the moon by saying that the earth does not really revolve abou its center, but about the center of gravity of both the earth an moon combined, .since th; two are one unit in the solar system. Because the axis is not centered, the side of the away- from the moon must travel faster, dency to he thrown from the glofce. and water lias eann ten- NEXT: What .tnimal lias intestines in its legs? n Tooih P i( ' ks » "V l h ere turns out approximately 50,Me. (UP)_A factory_|oOO,OdO tcothptcks daily. • ..;'..':.... 117.3 94.3 Read Courier News Want, Ads. ' BUDWEISER Paramount News Colorlone Musical Revue Tuesday • Weds. Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Night 6:4!>—lOc - 35c Matinee 2:30— lOc - 25c Nile 6:.15,,lfl-25c:," , MOMENT GENE RAYMOND • Travelogue Pitts and Thclma Todtl Comedy Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & NITE-^lQc.. 25c — *..I.*I,,LQ iuum. i ne score I • ' •houlrl have been 2 M to o," says!-* m ' r ate of desert love, he " , "If lieslo:i had been in shape Employes Now Own Transportation Lines snatched- his-: fairest prize from Ihe waiting arms of another! RAMON ABdcitt Bncdcts Fo»nd ALBIEZ LE JEONE, Saroie (UP) —Digger: at work on a ditch here r«*ntly uwtrUied four bracelets ond a necklace ifhich are believed 10 <S*te : from the Roman invasion ol .Q»ul SAN FRANCISCO. (OP>-Nlne- tcerr hundred candidates recently took chUiHTrioe examinations for «* feta . ^al. (UP)—Ba [* transit system wo., ~. by street-car motormen and bus drivers who once worked on the lines for wages The situation, believed to be unique in public service annals developed when the San Joaquln Light fc Power Corporation former owner of the system, notified the California Railroad Commission It planned to abandon the system entirely. The employes petitioned that the street car and bus lines be, turned over lo them to operate' co-operatively. The request was granted. The employes selected a I general manager and began oper-! ation of the lines, the profits to 1 be paid to them as wages. vrlth MYRJVA LOY REGINALD DENNY A Sam Wnod Production FOX NEWS - - COMEDY Renrt Courier Ne»» Wnnt . Give Now and Give Freely! ..'.'•'. •''-"•""'' •• • . • •/ American Red Cross Roll Gall WHENEVER emergency calls—for food, for shelteV, for clothing, for medicine for <n relict 01 any kind—the American Red Cross is the first to render aid. This year when needs tor relief are tremendous, the American Red Cross assumes a burden thAt is htr Krenter than ever. In || :C world's greatest peace' crisis, just a s in the world's great- Pm,Z- m o n ? 1Sl ''T f Vmei ; lC!W . Rc<1 Crass ^ extending its helping hand to victims of un- in I »M«T 'JrT' i a "n m f jor , c;lus ^; of '"stress. The help of tha Red Cross in alleviat- ilil nr rr i f y , , aK " ctemons t™tc(l., Flour, cotton cloth and other neces- nlu -v , i VC i C - e " . dtKl , l '! ht!t « i ^ fellow C iti zc n s les.s fortunate than ourselves. Renew your membership in tins annual roll call rind K ive more-the need is great' Red Cross Service Actually Readies Local Needs! Only 50c of every Red Cross membership goes to national headquarters. Thus, a. S5 contribution is divided as follows: 50c lo national headquarters lor use in ii.celing Ihe calls of dlrnsler in other sections. S4.50 to be ex|fi;'led in meeting ac- Uial lofil needs. Tlie Bed Ctoss provisos direct relief to our nriglil/irs and friends caught in ih^ current economic crisis. Enroll in the Red Cross Tliis Week Only SI Makes You a Member! A dollar will make you a member, hut this year, if at all possible, give more. Join at a higher membership fee—§5, ?10 or $25—and give a needed contribution in addition to your membership. Millions are destitute—the hungry, the jobless, the needy—look to you for help. You are the American Red Cross. Don't fail them now in the hour of their greatest need. When the Red Cross solicitor calls on you, be ready with ' a willing contribution .to the world's greatest charity. Fifty-one years of active emergency service have proved^llie merit and worth of Red Cross service. Chickasawba District Chapter AMERICAN RED CROSS This' advertkcment Is published without expense to the Red Cross. 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