The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 28, 1933
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TUESDAY. XOVK.MHRH OF TECH flREplTES Humes,Has Good Record; ;; Chicks-. Can Gamble ofi . 'Anything Thursday. '.'" Tlie Blytheville ChlcXasaws will . ring down the curtain on their 1933 football season with Humes high of Memphis as their opi»n- cm In a Turkey Day battle here Thursday. The gume will begin at 2:30 o'clock at Ksluy Field where the Chieks have played the majority of their games this year. Humes will. undoubtedly enter the game favored to nlvc the Hly- thcvlllc eleven r, drubbing In their final appearance before the home **i. , 7 » T3-A^ F it M T / T Zebras: ^Hurjief iiasffl Wider/,ovc-i- . «_'J ',.,_ ' m > ,1 • . • ' ' * Memphis 'Tech, early season conqueror of the Chickas'avs, to Its credit and It is hardly likely thai jrthyor," who watched Tech bowled over the locals will be willing to ln , m ;.,, ce a tco muni ny my nomnale the Chicks as winner* contact with him. His play •of. the Thanksgiving tilt. ,,,„,,.,. to „>,. tl . a|1 , , m , s| J .^ ass _ Although Humes lias defeated ed under All-America selections. Tech the latter will meet Central year he led the nig Six In flLL-S™ 1EI OF inf-sir Picks Ralph Graham, Kansas State Ramrod, to Lead Formidable Eleven BY li<) MiMILLIN Coach, Kansas Slale Culleje (Copyright. IM'I, NEA Service, Inc.) MANHATTAN, Kan , Nov. 28.— A backlield Hint would delight Ihe heart nl any roach—led by n young man with unusual ability—is my Idea of t!ie Illii Six nil-star team ol 1933 which is ottered herewith. The backllvlil ii comiKscd of Saner, Diuilap, Hiis<t-ll and Graham. Tlie eap'.ain Is Ralph Graliam of Kansas State, a young man who has taken a Inmcli of hoys with average ability and led liiem lo a Highly Miar^slu] season largely through his own willingness lo put the loam My ::Hei-llon liinm-ll. Graham of my II team as i-ap'aln is not solely ny own opinion. as I have asked cvera! uuadu's and .sports writers their opinions, so I might not be tco much by my own el high of Memphis tills week with the Memnhls prep title at stake. After losing to Humes Tech made a spirited comeback while Humes lost to Central and played a lie with Catholic high. . The Chicks will enter the Humes frav with everything to gain and • nothing to lose so fans will likely be..treated to some reckless football. Tlie locals were on their way to a fair season until Luxora's Golden Panthers threw n monkey wrench in their path last week and walked off wllh a moral vlc- torv and a 13-13 tie. Hcrshel Mosle'y, Chick quarterback, the sparkplug of the locals' passing attack will probably sec service against Humes but not for the majority of the game. He Is FOfferin? from a sprained back that has been bothering him most of Ihe season. In his absence Dick Tiplon. who played at quarter In the Torres'. Cilv ami Luxora games after holding.down an end during the firsl part of the reason, will direct the team. Tipton was quarterback of the junior high team last year and has had considerable experience at Ihe posl. He made one of Blylhevlllc's touchdowns on a 10 yard end run aided by some effective interference, last week. The Chicks record for the season so far Includes five victories, with PiMgott, Osceola, Wilson, Shawnee and Paragould their victims; three defeats, with Memnhls Tech, Juni'sboro and Forrest City, their conquerors, and one tie. the Luxora game. Bill Moritrethcr of Parngould is slated to referee the Turkey Day game and Frank Whltworth will be umpire. Hooks and Slides Bill Braucher Hither and Thilhrr Annual joint meeting of the major leagues will be held in Chicago. Dec. 14. And if the lively ball isn't the main topic of discussion, il should be. For some years now we've been suffering !rom too much argument on this subject. American Lcaw hurlers. who use the lively ball, blast it to the depths of the in- ffrno. while the batters praise 11 to tlie hish heavens. National League hurlers. who heave a ball some 20 per cent less lively, wouldn't jjart with ii lo tlie world with a' little red fenec around it. Tlic old circuit's slug eers would part with their white flannels Just to see it go. • « • Ju>l a Sujjeston Tlie reason for this difference o onlnlon Is that the lively ball the American League makes fo more hits and less effective pitcl ins. while the deader ball in tl. National IODP has just the opposite effect. The happy medium seems to be to conduct a transfusion whereby 10 per cent of that lively stiff in the American League ball Is withdrawn and injected into the veins of the National circuit pellet. Tills v.ruld even' things all around. By standardizing this ball all over the country, the big leagues would realize another benefit—they could shop for minor league stars and judge their wares on the basis of a uniform ball. • Here lately, bush league phe- nonis have been elevated to mnjor league status on a .315 batllrg average in the sticks. When they hit the majors, especially the National League, they slump dismally with the willow. The reason is that they batted a far more lively ball in the minors and, when Uiey ran up against a deader ball, they couldn't pound the horsehide with such ferocity. - - scoring and wns [ourlh In the coun- Iry. This year lie led Ihe Big Six In scoring in all games played, l!:ough not In conference games. He Is Ideal nl blocking, backing the line. an:l the greatest line plunger this section lias seen. He can pass, run. and plunge, and lias done a uotxl deal of the .signal-calling for the last three years. In Ihe firsl learn ijackfleld we find all four men C.TII pass. Three of them—Uunlap, RuwiL-ll, and Saner —can pun! HIM! the firsl Iwo are outstanding in that department. All lour are dangerous In the optn field and two— Grnham and Saucr —arc outstanding line smashers. All four are good blocking hacks with Gralmin perhaps outstanding, and all four can pass and receive passes, with Dimlap and Saucr excelling ai tossing and Graliam and Russell at gathering them in. The second (cam backflcld Is perhaps as strong defensively, with Beach of Kansas and Bushby of Kansas Stale two of the best, In the conference on defense. Both also are excellent blockers. Mus- lerson o r Nebraska Is a heady quarterback and a capable punter, while Boswell of Nebraska Is always a angerous. fighting ball-carrier. The first team reflects conference landings. though u was nol plck- d with that Idea In mind. Nebrns- B finished In first plnce and was ndclcatcd In conference play, but id not have an easy game against ny of tlie conference elevens. Kanas state finished second. Oklahoma hlrd, and the occupancy of the ast three places remains to be dc- Idcd by the Kansas-Missouri game "hauksgivhig. Nebraska is given five places on tie first team, Kansas Stale three, >kltdioma two. and Kansas one. On lie second team Nebraska lias two, Cansas Slate three, Oklahoma one! owa Stale l\vo, Kansas U. Iwo, and llssouri "one. The Hue has Iwo greal ends on he first string—Kilbaui nc of Nc- iraska and O'Ncil of Kansas, o'- !rien of Nebraska Is one of the best ackles in the country and Maddox. Kansas State, another 200 loundcr. is not far behind. Bashara of Oklahoma ami DeBus of Nebraska MAKE MOTHER HAI'l'Y —And comfortable, too, with a BEAUTY REST Mattress for 'hrislmas. IIUISKARO KURX1TURE CO. are hard charging guards vho can do everything a good guard should do, while Meier of Nebraska s easily the outstanding center of [he conference. The second team line was nol ) easily selected, though Clawoon Kansas tackle, and Harris. Okla- noma end. go', their positions without much question. Penney of Nebraska was a line end but wns hurt during much of tlie season and far that reason Morgan of Kansas State, nominally a back and grea! forward passer, was put ,„ at end-thc position he played much of the lime when not called "n to piss. The conference had a surplus of line backs this season especially at Nebraska. Kansas Slate, and Oklahoma. Nig Robertson and the Prui- "" boys of Oklahoma. lioss of Mis rl. and Stoner of Kansas st-it c among the outstanding bai-V lol placed. Kilbourne, Neb. —,...„ (he Subject 1 All this talk.about';de-emphasiz- ing football defense, and conccn- Iralng more on offense seems to cb the bunk. The .reason for such clcoe scores In present-day football seems to be me equal strength of teams, wfcen ymi |tci h good team pinying h lit PCS End Teaa Harris. Okla O'Brien. Neb. Clawson. Ran Tackle Bashara. Okla. Hanson, Kan. Beyer. la. S! Hatler. M.-i Meier, Neb. . Neb. Guard Guard Maddox, -Kan. St. Berger, la St Tackle ONell, Kan. u. Morgan. Kan End Dunlap. Okla. Masterson Quarterback Russell, Kan. St. Bushby, Kan Neb Saucr. N'eb Halfback I Halfback Boswell. GIFTS for Her Your M'litllr.i-n'.s arc Ix^l express- id when you j-ny ii wllh FIX3W- US. Hi'.iion's IJrmu- tif rJowers. The Perfect Gift-What women love — KAYSE1VS underwear, gloves, hosiery. Reasonably j)rlccd- Jack Appltbaum's Take away th.; drudgery of wash- Inn In (he coming years. Buy "liei" an Apex Washing Machine E. H. GEE SALES CO A Gtf( For All the Family— A Delco lighting plant. Also Delco Kadios for L-nuntry homes E. n. GEE SALES CO ATTENTION MKN! A small cash payment will -give your wife the perlcct gift—A HOME. See our listings THOMAS LANK CO. GIFTS for Him I- SILK M:(;I.K;I:I:S Mntlly laiiijtv:! ol I-'lal Crept' in Iliue. iviirli, I'lnl: and Illatk A gilt .sljc'll iifjpri-ciale. $^.UU. J. C. PliNNICV CO. Give Kniiirtliir- rrarlleal Mir will ii|>preu:il" a Kill .she can near. We .••.iggr-st Si-urf Sets, lOsltry. I'uisoi. Cilovi'.s, Hats, fiouses. Sweater RuiLs. Presses and eal;r.s and PSIils. THE I.AI)li:s 'lOfidKHV KOK AllCN ONLY! ! ! f yoi: want to make your wife love you the year round give her Dodge or Plymouth automobile, icasonably piiced and equipped vlth all tlie conveniences dear to woman's lieart. UAHNKTT AUTO SALKS 'ME PERFECT OIFT "FOR HER" ELIZABETir ARDEN'S 'ENETIAN TOILET Preparations EXCLUSIVELY AT BORUM'S From Sar'ta, A New Ptrmantnt \dd to her happiness at Christmas by glvltvj her a new Per- iiiiient at our modern shop, arearct Dern Ktauty Shoppc Only 21 More Shopping )ays Until Christmas. A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Vould make her most happy. The new styles as created by Gruen 3ulova and Elgin. (iUAItl)'S JKWEI.UY STOUK We suggest Cosmetics. Purses Candle Holder, Bud Vases. Nun- u'lly's Candies, Perfume. Atoml?.- i-s. Compacts, Stationery, Kodaks FOWLER DRtG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Alointors. Pciltime Sets. Brldg Cards, Compacts. Pangburn' bandies, Houbiganl and Coty' Pi-rfninc Sets. Healing I'ads, am olher gifts sh= will like. nF.M.'S PHARMACY WAYNE KNIT ,„.„, in. 413-u four iliread, all-silk, high Iwlst, 42 Rail',-,: chiffon, Plcol top P.cot Insert at hem, all silk moc- -.i.fin foot,.knit in toe guard cuiv- •d French heelT $1. ' ' NEW YORK STORE Heauly llrings Happiness Ihe Chrislina.s Season will mean more to her if shu has a nev M-manent. Make her n present uf one. CRACK El.ANORE SIIO1TK 1MINTY SLEEP TOGS Sowns and Pa'amus tailored of a nice quality filk Crepe in Pint- lea Hose and Blue al S295 NEW YORK STORK' A lasting gift, for your wife—A Frigidairc, '.he most modern electric refrigerator on the market. E. B. net Sales Co. Helena Huhenslein's Cnmr.irls, Powders, Lipsticks Exclusively at Borum's MEN'S LOUNGING ROUES I'loriidcd Ruyon • and nil wool l-'lannel Rolji-.-i in a choice i-clec- Ln of color*. $4.49. j. c. I-EXNKV co. • SI:I-:DK JACKETS liution or 2iiijKT models In a great variety <,f colors and styles. SC.5D to Sl'J.50. NEW MIIAl) CLOTHING CO. ' liHOP EARLY Our stocks arc complete no'.v and a small payment will hold any i article until Christinas. GUAR1TS JEWELRY STOKE He'd Like a New Scarf! We have (he very kind THE LADIES TOGGERY ilve a Pen and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. ROBINSON mtur, STOKE Only 21 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Have Santa Bring her n box of Holllngsworth's Candy, fitted bag. cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse. ROHINSON DRUG STORE Give Him Something Personal !'or instance we have Silk Scarfs il up. Arrow Shirts 51.95 up. Pa- ;nmas $1.50 up, Turtle Nnck Sweaters $2.95. Suede or Buckskin Jackets S8.50 to SI2.50. Bathrobes, Gladstone Bags. Handkerchiefs and lllckok Belt S-:ls. . Free Turkey v.-ith Suits at J22.50 up. IIAYNES MEN'S SHOP WK Sl'GCJKST GLOVES •Imi>oited Fabric Gloves of a beautiful quality, slip-on and mff Elvle.s. SCc to $1.25. NEW YOKK STORE GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be delighted with a new club or two cr a box of balls. A complete Etcck at all pncos. IIUKBARI) HARnWARE CO. Family GIFTS "; MEN'S GLOVES • r.Iocha, Pig s:<in. Cain- or Kill I lined or unliike]. $1.95 lo $3.v; NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. RADIOS—A gift nil the family j enjoys. Ask for demonstration. E. B. GEE SALES CO. THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coupon Book for Ihi 52.50 and ss.| -Only 21 More Shopping RITX and ROXY THEATRES j Days Until Christmas. You can pleasi him v.Ith a Pipe, Billfold, Box (,( Clears, Shaving Biush or u K.iohligiit. FOWLER DKL'G CO. POOR OLD DAD IIO'.v about a nice ciimfoitable chair with Otlonnu for him this Christinas. IlllllliAltll I C11X1TUHE CO. .SMART LOOKING SWEATERS With sleeves tr f.ltevek'S.':. co.u Myles or Pull-overs in the latti- io!<ir combinations. SI to SI. . NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. . Only 21 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Bicycle Tires. Horns. Saddles Baskets Handl- Grips, s'pokes, Wheels, Rims, iirake Parts, Repairing Carni'yv si.,,,,. 113 s Flrst s . Phone G«. • I GIFTS Jor Home the Why not giv: him mi Olflce Chair Cushion. Treasure Chest or Sliealler Po'i for Cliristinas? ACTON PRINTING CO. I'hune 10 We Know What lk> Wants Parker Desk. Sot, Pipe. Cigais, or Shaving Set or Sheafler I'm. BELL'S PHARMACY Gifts for Kiddies TOVLAND OPENING Kiddies will bo delighted to know- that our eon.plete Toy Department will open Friday, Decembui 1st. .1. C. ,1'ENNKV CO. CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Obcrst Stored). We llnve Wlial They Want; Skates, 'rrlcycles, Scooters, bicycles, Coaster Wngons, Buddy Bikes, .'22 Rifles (Steven-;, Hamilton and Springfield) Pocket Knives, Flash- lithls. Watches. Hunting Knives Huzzy Barton Air Riilc.s and com- Lination Scout Knives nnd Axes, including carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Sell For Less" Give Ideal Built-in Furniture All KinfU of Cabinets - ARKMO LUMBER YARD GIVE something practical—cul!?i-y bird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, electric Irons, clocks, watches OBERST STORE CO. Only 21 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Milt-wood combination BRIDGE TABLE and Fire Screen, «5.U5; lMurn p ccd de luxe tray, S4.50 ROKITM'S Your dinner will not be 'complete without, FLOWERS for Xmas. Heaton's Home of Flowers NEW niiLco RAOIOS —The .supreme Christmas gift to the family now show all Ihi. It lest models, Mheral trade-in allowances. IHIRBARI) FURNITURE CO. Give Something' Electrical Table and Floor Lamps', $1 to $10 Westlnghouse Irons, Heating Pads] Percolators, Toasters, Bathroom Heaters, Waffle Irons, and other 'pplhmces. Xum Tree Decorations ;iid Light Sels. Watpolf iCIec-Ji'ic Shop 'OS W. Main Phone 3U .Santa Ci-ius' Headquarters iVe Seii tvi'i-ylhliiu—ihe best [jiial- ity Xmas Gifts. Radios, Musical Instruments, Candies. Lamps. Leather Goods, Glassware, Electrical jilts. PARKIIURST CO., IOD E. Main GIFT NOVELTIES Rcok Ends, Ash Trays. Wliat-Nots, Vases, Boudoir Lamps, Table and novelties of ail kinds GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE iPF.OIAL assortment of gift novelties, gmiies. stationery, candy BORUM'S Make your home modern and convenient for -Christmas with built-in. cabinet, shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. R. 3. Peterson, 203 14, 21st Quick Meal Oil Ranges Cioslcy Radios. Sealy ^fa^tresses, Slumberon Mattresses, D e lux Spring. Lounse Chairs and Olto- mr.n. Hockcrs, Occasional Chairs, .Ttudio Couches. ChiidsBeds, Chllds fleckers. High Chairs, Desks. Cedar Chests. Card Tables. Tables—Oc- ccMonal, nadk. End, Medicine Cabinets, Mirrors. CHARLES S. LEMONS C rod Furniiuiv at Ivfocierate CKS! Only 21 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. EeautUul, --1 if expensive artiHclal WREATHS for the graves of !ov?d .'ones at Xmas. lltaton's Home of Flowers Have Only 21 More Shopping j stor »Days Uulil Christmas. Give yourself „ Xmns gift. your WATCH repaired by an cx- pert. O'Bryaiil. Aldridje Jewelry PRACTICAL GIFTS | Give the children things lhat will' last such as Tricycles. Coaster] Wagons. Skates, Air Rifles, Bi- DEEP KNAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Knap Double Illnn- cycles, etc. All priced most reason- ^ ^ ^ M ^ «»S e OI ably. HIJRBARD HARDWARE CO. J. C. PKNNEY CO. A Phnlr.sraph—tlie Perfect Xnvis Gift. ItfduceJ holiiJ.iy prices, llu- l-crt Doyle, ne.vt door (o Western L'r.lon. i Only 21 More Shopping I Days Until Christmas. E Graham. (C) Kan. St Beach. K u Fullback "f weaker opponents. yoiT.-, those box-car figure scores Davis-Elkins, with 372' po| n gainst a total opponent's score of 3 .Illustrates this, and Davis- Elklns played such teams as Salem Morns-Harvey. Langlcy Field, West Liberty, New River, and Albright. When this squad went up against West Virginia, however, the score was 7-7. That Illustrates the point. NSWEFLS Randall.Hicks Tosses Pete Dcmetroff Around Ring; Lawo In Victor) 1 . Tlie preliminary match on last night's wrestling card at the armory look the play away from the headline affair with Randall "Strong Man" Hicks featuring the opening match with a win over Pete Demctroff. Hicks, who displayed an abnormal muscle development, threw Demeiroff all over the ring to win ihe second and third falls after he had knocked himself out with n blow intended,for Demetroff and lost the first fall. Tlie manner In vnlch Hicks achieved the sMt- admtnlslercd loss of a fall was something unique despite the many unique falls already displayed here. Roy Alien, member of the e«u bfaktft JTUME CUKSS OKLAHOMA dlau Terrilorv ?-'B Is Caiiailr CHICAGO '"as formerly u. The MACKIIN maila's loiiResl rivor AXD KANSAS CITY arc ihe two largest llveM -k markets In Hie world. scheduled lo appear in the oprner failed to show up and Tony Lawo of Memphis substituted and turned in a two out of three fall victory over Sailor Murphy. Allen. U was staltd. was suffering wllh blood paUonlng following an injury In /.i match wllh Freddie Knlckler. S ! Cooler Teams Defeat ; Grades in First Games ; COOTEli, Mo.—The Cooler bas- I ketball season apened last Friday I when the high school boys and 1 girls teams defeated alumni teams. Tlie high school girls won by a score of 16 to 14. Members of "the . schcol team arc Lynn Michlc, , Lorcnc Rushing, Naomi Webster, Katie Bell Reddlck. Mary Jewel Asher and Marie Owens. The al- I timnae team consisted of Sis ! Cooper. Mary Alice Miller, Cleo ! Vaush. Ruth l-'owlcr, Ruth Tucker and Christine Barnelt. The high school boys defeated the alumni, 20 to 13. Tlie school team was composed of John Barber. James Terry. Richard Young. Hollv Mack Brown and Jennings . Allolds. On the alumni team were Dick Mlchie. Ralph Rushing. Dan innd Tom Burns. Clco Tucker nnd Gfislon Brown. '. The schools team will piny Hoi- 'land at Cooler Wednesday night. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE Is hereby given lhal the undersigned commissioner. In compliance with .(he terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Courl for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County,' Arkansas on the 25th day of September. 1933, wherein. The Union Central Life Insurance company, et a!. was Plaintiff, No. 5472. and Eula Robinson, ot al.. were Defendants. will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash on a cicdit of three months, nt the front door of the Court -House, be- tv.-eo-r, Ihe hours prescribed by ' j be required lo execute bond with | atproved security, io secure Ihc [payment of the purchase money, land a lien will :ba retained upon \ fdd property as additional secur- ; i'..v for the payment of such pur- • c'. ase money. | WITNESS my hand and the real of said Court, on this, the : E'th. day of November. 1033. j R. L. GAINES, ! Commissioner in Chancery. ; 14-21-28 WARNING ORDER ' „ - ... : Doyle Henderson, a s . subslituted trustee. ^Dated this 7th day' of Novem- . R L. GAINES. Clerk. Re;d. Evrard fc Henderson, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 7-14-21-23 G. G. Caudill G«btral Imnrance 106 N. Rroadnj Phone 797 I Trees, kiloUrd when small, mark Ihe trails for strangers In 1 Ethiopia. • Bearded faces became so fash- |piiab!e in 14th century Spain that many * men wore false beards of various shapes nnd colors lo mulch their clothes and moods. estate, to-vdt: | Tlie West CC 2-3 acres of the East Half of the North- j wesl Quarter ol Section Thir- ! teen. Township Fillcen North. Range Eleven F»nst. Said land to be sold subject to, oil taxes and assessments due 1 thoreon. • i Said Sale will be had to satisfy! raid decree in the sum of SI613.99. vilh i) per cent Interest from Sep- kmbcr 25th, 19:3. THE purch«er ftt said Falfi will Ihe Chancery court for the Chlck- asavba District of Mississippi] County, Arkansas, within three, months, to aivswer a complaint 111-! eel agahvst them In said court by Realty Purchase carporalion. and I BARGAINS IN NEW & DSE1» FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 E. Main - Phone 1SS MOONLIGHT Grocery I'l-ATK I,U\CH - 30c »mir Mide 'fed Chicken - stfifcs HKUT DUGAN, Chef

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