The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 22, 1933
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SIX _(ARK.) COUaiER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1933 Luxora Eleven Is Next Opponent of Chickasaws i -Chirks To Be Slightlv Off . Form; Luxova Faces '" Big Opporlunity. Luxora high school, rapidly IK-. coming football minded under the tutelage ami hispir.ilion (if Herbin Schwartz, former Arkansns Stole menlor. will send Us smart and aggressive little into nc- tlon against the Blytheville Chicks here Friday. .'.It has not yet l>ccn definitely 'decided whether the ^iime will be played in the afternoon or nt n'liilil. Luxora has only attempted to •produce a grid team In the past tv;o or thrw years but has met - with unusual success muier the guidance of Coach Schwartz. The 'Luxorans have had a very .successful season and have numbered the Osceola Scminoles and Wilson •Bulldogs among their victims. The ChicKs are. due lo detent the visitors but the Luxorans s;avc a hint of wliat they might do here 'acainst the locals when they defeated Wilson with considerably more ease than the Chicks accomplished the same task. On the other hand Ihe Chicks defeated Piggotl by five or six touchdowns and the Clay county (cum trounced ihe Luxorans Piggott with due •- credit to the Luxorans Is said, however, to have caught the MIs- : slRsli>pl county boys in a crippled condition. There is no question but that fi victory over Blythevlllc would probably give Cnnch Schwartz more satisfaction than any other event of the year. The former Ar r kansas State tutor's careful coach- Ing has been noticeable nn the. gridiron as well as the basketball court. He has watched the Chlcki in action several times this year and will have Ills smaller team well drilled In defense of Chick plays if he can promise [ho strength to stop the locals. • The Chicks will still be fur from , the peak of their, form when they tackle the Lu.xorans and even in the final game Thanksgiving nay with Humes high of Memphis as for that matter. Byron Morse, regular back; Is out with n broken leg for the remainder of the season. Mosley is still nursing injuries that make hun almost a Diie-lhrea't man. Ills throwing arm still being In .gMd shape. Locke, • fullback, is handicapped by a shoulder injury and Beck, another fullback, is not in the best of rffa'pe. -In fact minor injuries nre ' plentiful in the local camp and Luxora will have a big opportunity to pull Hie unexpected Friday. ; >ii''! now >V;,-M Hooks and Slides Braucher Jnrt Wondering Why a football [earn, whsn meet ing an opponent considered Us equal,- holds Hie knot on Its Ins o tricks unlll it Is either scored up or until the last tew minutes of tfce game, is one ot the questions of the season. Notre Dame did this against Pitt. Playing straight fcolball in •the first half, the Irish, in the fad of a 14-0 defeat, unleashed some trick end runs and deceptive passes that nearly brought them two scores in Lhe second half. These same plays, If trotted ou in the first half, when the player were fresh, rnisht have giv:n the Irish first blood. - As it was. Pitt, by virtue of a surprise attack, scored first and held the upper hand throughout. Surprise! Surprise! The element of surprise carrie . considerable, weight in the nltimat outcome of a football game. I'ull Ing a feu- trick plays in the firs quarter may not appjal to scm coaches,, who believes it poor slrat e K7 'o show your wares to the othe fellow early in the game. But it the psychological effect a trie play exerts on the other fellow tha counts. This was clearly srown in th Detroit University-Holy Cross ba 1 Ue this year. The boys from the east coas unbeaten and untied, traveled wes to take on Gus Dofals' crew. De troit was' rated the underdog afte a couple of defeats early in th year. , Dorais r<*al!dj<3 the psycholog cal value of a trick play pulle early in the game. And what d he do but order whichever Detro man received the opening kick to execute a quick kick right the and there. . The trick worked to perfectio The • Detroit receiver, after fti nlng about 10 Fteps to ,pull in tl Holy cross tacklers and safety mai suddenly stopped In his track booted the ball, and there was Ho Cross in a tight spot. Instead ! Detroit having the ball .on abo hf 3n->i r d line In m : <Um l Chattel rlil Xrivs and Views Kr.iin II, II. S. J. w. l':ai'.f servwl an actiim eap- taln in tlie i-'orrcst City name because of Mo.-.!ey's inability lo play. In tin- siTor.d quarter alter Coach Kramer fi'iil i" I))' 1 Injured Mosley. the started Hying thick and tasl mid a touchdown was scored In very few mliiuuvs. .Mc.-,!:y i» one- of the lii'Si passers ever son <»n n local gridiron an<l Hktckwe': and Wilson proved that Ility im- plemsj useful when it comes to MiiiBiiin'i; t!ie pigskin. H.1.SII l/n'ki'. fullback, has played yomo [coiliali ihls year. l(t his made ihe team with hardly any experience baek of his : stellar per- forinln-j. IK- has ylvc-n the veteran lliTk a jiard fitf.'.t for his position, and har, played in every game thi:i ^•asun. L'jcke is .small, elusive and runs on sr.orl,. jxjwerlul !cgs will] driving, .shifting .steps. Probably the mcsl exciting mo- moni o! Krlday'n yainc was in [he la.n loin minutes of the game when Mosley thvew a ]'.mg, desperate pass Into the end zone whore Locke received the pass, and dropped it. It was a tough break and it was unusual o! Lcckc to drop It. as this boy usually slinks the passes with uncanny ability. Due to n Uglil llne,"Coacli Kramer lias succeeded In building'up a pacing combination that l:ris grown to b? the most elleclive offensive weapon of the lilytheville team. 'Hie elicits have a tendency to let. up for small teams as Luxora, but in view of the fact that Luxora defamed Wilson by a greater margin llian did the Chicks, it should bo plain that Luxora is no sei up. . •• Locke displayed some rare nerve when IIL- played the (jrune at Forrest City with a badly injured shoulder. Several Forrest City fans who were expecting (o see a light, in- e.xpericnced Clilck line were badly tin prised at Ihe showing of the Chick forward wall. The Blythc- vll'.e line fought (he Forrest City line inch lor inch and held time nflcr time against almost insurmountable odd.s. ;\tr. Kramer stni- i'rt that he didn't mind losing a fM (T riy- - t i fHiiStrVtotl' h.b'avpi> T!ip ; Sc!fwliijviH'f,. rJstll .tactile), 'Off, fuid' Hurry Field, left tackl.o... riRlit.-crJili- Cly.le I)d- vlne. center, umUmoM him liiBli In tlie nlr t« knock (iowu tlicau point tries. ry, Holy Cress hnd the ball band .Its own 10-yard stripe. After that, Dclroil walked right rough the Crusnders, who never eeovered from . that surprise -at- ck. . • Tiic class In psychology will no\v me to order. ' • • Diocese Sued for Trljplnj DULUTH, Minn. (UP)—The Roan Catholic diocese- nnd n ccinc- vy caretaker are being sued here Martin J.. O'Hehtr, a jjravi'- one salesman, who claims Hint e caretaker, Tony Pi loner, mali- ously Iripped him In the ceme- ry, causing 'serious Injuries. Mother NaUuf fiishinivri '.ha bill the flamingo ups'lde down, so he I.IK ii Mjvliio :)r.v,i> ngnin Ic unke 'i«'il_ p .vl'«ii (lipuiiiK')Lijs in-all i XT Tues.4Ved.-Thm MAT. & NTTE—.TOr . 2Sr Taking Off for a Touchdown S:isrel)rLs)i lleef Praised BURNS, Ore. (UP? — "Sage- sweetened" h tho designation ajcp'.ed for ucef from iht Oregon laiiei'S. Ixx'al e.x]>ens claim steers' |::i.stured In the sagebrush country make tr.c lines', beef possible. ' Conquerors of Jonesboro Free Ssmmoles, Meet Wilson Thanksgiving. JCINEIi. Aik., Nov. 22.—HnviiiK. well earned victories, including one | over the powerful Jonesboro high Hurricane, the Shawnec Indians aie teing tirillcd lor ihe hist two games nn ihr-b schedule. | The Indians ulny O.scco!a here i Fildnv and tack la their old rivals, j the Wilson hitfli .school Buildups j here on 'nianksgivlng nay. ! Blytheville defeated the Shav.nee Igjiddeis by one point in their only -. loss. i G. G. Caudiil General Insurance IOC N. Broadway Phone 797 NSWEES South Carolina's aerial game Is not a passing attack-It's L'arl Clary, slar-lmlfhick, In the atove uctlon. Clary is shown diving over the I/nilstai.'a state line for the only touchdown the Gaiiu-cocks could score Biff Jones' boys in a 30-7 game the two teams played. game when his line performed like they did at Forrest, Cily. The C^ilck-; first touchdown cams on a beautifully executed double reverse with' Eugene BlackweH lugging the ball around loft end am- over the goul line without being touched by n Forrest City man. The men on the team displayed the fact that they were a versatile !ot. At cnc time there was an end playing quarter, a guard playing end, a tackle playing entl, and a tackle playing guard- and all doing n nice jo bof It.' Pu'rtlc proved what an alert captain can mean to a team. He kept his eyes open and noticed a Forrest City tackle holding on many plays, notified the referee of it, and before the game ended this one tackle coil the Forrest City team many yards in penalties. Robert Fisher, chick end, guard and former backfield flash, displayed the proper way to take care of a tackle. Fisher gave n good exhibition of fine blocking. ' The season's average for the Chicks is, so far: Five games won Wears Ancient Shawl BOSTON. tUPj—Miss Cora A. Davis, 70, still occasionally we.irs the sr.awl : wOrn by her great-great- grandmother to one of George Washington's Inaugural balls. MOONLIGHT N'cxl I)«ur to Niikrrs Orocrry (Jodd Things To Eat \Vf Sru-cialKe in -Fried Chicken ant! SteuUs OPEN ALL NIGHT The first airplane to cross the Atlantic was the U. S. SRA- I'LANE NC-* in May, 1919. Sunnier Welles is L'. S. A.M- IIASSADOn TO CUDA. NEW YORK state hax produced tea vice presidents. and chrec lost, losing to Jonesboro, Tecii I Memphis) and Forrest city. 11 the Ciiicks win the two .remaining games on their schedule, Luxora and Humes, they will come through t'rc season with an average of .700. which is 1101 so bad. DID YOU KNOW THAT— The Big Ten plays good football . . . and that out«ic!e of that G-0 defeat handed Illinois by the Army, and that G-0 win of Xavier's over Indiana, the Western Conference has :• big edge on its intersectional foes t.iis year . . . Chicago haiiiicd Washington University of St. Louis a beating . . . as did • Illinois, which also beat Drake . . . . Indiana trimmed Mian'.; of Ohio . . . Iowa beat lo'O State 'of the Big Six .... Michigan snowed under Cornell . . . Minnesota decision'!!! South Dakoia State and Pitt. . . . Northwestern scored a moral victory In ti;al 0-0 tie with Stanford . . . Ohio Slate wns on top in games with Virginia, Vanderbilt and Penn . . Purdue took the measure of Carnegie Tech and Ohio University ... and Wisconsin drubbed Xlanjuette and West Virginia . . . Yes. that's pretty good football. A pirate of desert love, he snatched his fairest prize from the waiting arms of another! RAMON NOVARRO Give Now and Give Freely! American Red Cross Roll Call ' WHB.N'BVER emergency calls—for food, roi-shellci-; for clothing, for medicine tor ,fl rehet ot any kind—the American Red Cross isVthe 'first to render aid This veil- when needs for relief arc tremendous, the American Ued Cross assumes a burden thats tar greater than ever. In tto world's t,'.'oat cst peace crisis, just a s in II c worlds greatest war crisis, your American Red Cross is extending its helping hand to victims of nn- cniploMnent. accident and major causes of Mistress. The help of Iho Red Cross in alleviat- sm,fnf ! l f S ". '"'f 10Cn f y , '-fVrr t ' c " lonstra t« i - F1 °"'-. folton cloth ami other necessities of life ha\e been distributed to follow citizens less fortunate than ourselves Renew your membership in this annual roil call and give more—the need is great! ' with MYRNA LOY REGINALD DENNY A Sam Wood Production FOX NEWS - - COMEDY Red Cross Service Actually Reaches Local Needs! Only 50c of every Red Cross membership goes to national headquarters. Thus, n S5 coiv- Iribnlion is divided as follows: 50c to national headquarters (or use in meeting the culls of disaster In other sections. S4.50 to be e.xjxnded In meeting ac- local needs. The Red Cross provides direct relief to our neighbors and friends caught In tlio current economic crisis. Enroll in tlu: Red Cross This Week Only $1 Makes You a Member! A dollar will make you a member, but this year, if at all possible, give more.' .Join at a higher, membership fee—§5,'?10 or $2:"i—and give :a needed contribution in addition to your meniber- ?hip. Millions are destitute—the hungry, the job- k'ss, the needy—look to you for help. Yon arc the American Reel Cross. Don't fail them now in the hour of their greatest lined. When the Ued Cross solicitor calls on you, be ready with a willing contribution to the world's greatest cuarity. Fifty-one years of active emergency service have proved the merit and worth of Red (rofs service. Cliickasawba District Chapter AMERICAN RED CROSS t' • ^ * This adverllsement \s published without expense to the Red Cross. LAST TIME TODAY Mat. 2:30, J(l-25c ~~——^———^— Mite G:'l5, 10-35C CHARLES LAU(JHTON, CAROLE LOMBARD, CHAKLKS H1CKFORD and KENT TAYLOR in "WHITE WOMAN" PARAMOUNT NEWS - -.HARRY LAMGDON COMBDY THURSDAY-FRIDAY MATINEE 2:30— lOc - 25c NIGHT 6M5—lOc GROUCHO 01 Buf»> T. Firefly, D ictotof o ...tK* only nofl to know both th» Pr«i idenf. and Ih. fnwir't dovolilw. Otwiy took VaniRo. BOTHERS HARPOoiSno m WKKJOW I ODDITY COMEDY "MKNU" "MAKKIAGE HUMOR" WITH HARRY LANCDON COMING SUNDAY On the Stage In Person THE MOST UNUSUAL STAGE SHOW IN THE HISTORY OF THIS THEATRE! JAMES HALL Handsome Movie Star and his MOVIELAND ORCHESTRA Oirect From World's Fair i 3 MUSIC VL \OTF<s SALLY RANDALL | Three Darling of Ihrmonv In Hur SensMional Fan Dance 1 and Hy(h m RAY ELZIE FEATURED PIANIST OF AHK LYMAN'S BAND Listen over K-L-C-N at 12:20 Each Dav for Ritz and Roxy Pr

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