The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1933 · Page 6
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Scored Against All Opponents But Kept Only Weaker Ones in Check, The Blythcvllle high school Chickasaws, wlm completed tliclr 1033 grid .season Tli.iiiksglrliiK Hay v.hcn they lost to.K'imcs high of Memphis, finished the!r campflitjn with a record of five wins, four losses .iiid one lie. The Chlckosnws In 10 Annies ran up a tot.i) of 200 (joints to 15C for their ouiKHients. This would give the Chicks an nver.ige of 20 points per game (o a llltle bett,cr^ than 15 points per RAine for Iheir' cnponents. A large number, of the Clilcks 1 points were icglstered in the first two names of the ser\- f.on afiainst easy opponents. An analysis of (he scoring shows Hint the Chick.s mndc n tolnl of 31 touchdowns hut fulled to make the try for goal good on more tl-.nn hnlf (heir chances, milking only 14 extra points. Their op- ]»nciUs on the other hand mnde 24 touchdowns and 12 extra points for a slightly better average. That the 1933 edition of the Chickasaws was primarily nn offensive (cam is shown by the fact that the locals scored njjainst every team they played, including al! manner of opposition. And hi only one game were the Chicks held -to one touchdown, the Jonesboro Hurricane being the only eleven to keep the Chicks from crossing iis gonl line move ttinn once. A sensational aerial allack that clicked all season even when thoroughly scouted by coaches ot several temm the locals played v»s the outstanding factor in the play of the Maroon and White eleven. It was Ihcir effective use of the pass as an offensive weaDOti and the potential dymimile contained In such an offense that made the Chicks one of the most cclorful (cams In northeast Arkansas arid made them n good drawing attraction even when pbving admittedly superior aggregations. The 1933 team was coached liy Ch.irlcs T. Kramer and "Ace" Pi:ekctt. The Chicks' record tor [lie scnEon: niythcville, 4G; Ottcola, 7. Illytheville, 44; PiRijolt. 0. niytheville, 12; Memphis Tech, 32. Blytheville. 13; Shawncc, 12. Dlylheville, 20; Pnragould. 1. Diythevllle, 7; Joncsboro. 27. Blytheville. 19; Wilson. 13. Blytheville, 13; Forrest City, 25. lilyihcvillc, 13; Luxorn, 13. Blylhcvine. 13; Humes, 20.' RT.YTHKVIU.B. (AKK.l COtFlitKH MONDAY. DECEMBER ,j, 1933 | GIFTS .<y for Her CilVK JIEH JEWELUY You will have no Ircuble in .selecting a suitable flfl for her from our Urge and complete .slock of jc;u Iry tjift ycods. JKWEUIY STOItE SIl.K M-: Daintily t:iilmvJ of l-'tat Crepe In Blue, Pwich, I'lnk mill llluck A ijlft bhc'11 i!]>|)i-ccliilc. $238. •' .1. C. I'ENNEY .CO. Hooks and Slides Bill Braucher Quaint Questions: What >fotre Dame football players are not going to be ihc All-America football team this year? Michigan u-ill have Punter Regeczl and Passer Runner tack next year, the question t>ein»: Who will be the Prayer? What big New York university gave Chick Median the gale in order lo de-cmi'hasiw football, and then turned around rind voted to re-cmph^r!z2 it? • » • O.uirk. Now! Jack Pettife.-. the visiting Brli- i'-h hcavywclgh 1 ., knocked out his first opponent Hi the United States cue Jack McCoy— the question being: How?. ...What former powerful Indiana •.'•am has been beaten three times in a row by the University of .California eleven'' — What leading .heavyweight champion of til? world can't fight very much?.... What six-day bi- cyc-le rider will } K 90 years old r.ext month? How many thonsmds of Yale alumni think Reggie Hoot, is a .'mart coach?.... How many thousands of Notre Dame alumni think the same of H-.ink Anderson?.... Ceorgo Kelly, nhovo, la (ho »c\v national pocket lillllard champion, defeating William Moscoul 125 to 38 IB 29 lunlcKS. Kelly Is a 1'lillndelphlaB. FKOSH AT 33 A 33-year-uld fresliniou In playing on tlie frosh nrlil team nf ttii: University of Chicago. lie la Donald I'.ilterson, above, wlio jilnyril with tlio (irrat Lakes naval eleven back In l'J13. As ;i biickfk'ldman, IM- IcrKon allows promise of making tho varsity next season. (live Sunn tlilrg Practical" Shu will appnxiat? a tjlft she can ••wear. We :,isgi-sl Start Sets, lery. I'msi's C/loves, Hats, Hluusi-s, S-.veiiH-i- Suits. DrcsM'.i and Sv>caU-|-:i mid Skirls. THE I.ADIIIS TO(iGi:itY GIFTS for Him STETSON HATS' ruy him a Gin Certificate in a miniature Hut Kox and let him jc'rct it. 55. XKIV MEAD CLOTHING •(;<). Take nway drudgery of wash- Ing In the coming years. Buy "Her" nn Apex Washing Machine. K, H. (JEK SAI.KS CO. ATTENTION MEN! A-small cash payment, will give your wife Uie perfect glfl-A ItOMK. Sec 'our listings. THOMAS I.AIv'l) CO. WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY Mo. 413-a four thread, all silk, high twist, 42 giiuji: cliliron, ricol top. Kent Insert at hem, all silk nioc- cr.sln fool, knit In toe guard, curved l''rench heel. $1. NEW YORK STORE-' Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas: " •[ !iH()l' : KAiJI.Y Our stocks ore complete now and a small payment will hold uny article, until Chrl.stmas. MiAKD'S JUWKLKV STORK Why not gi« him an Olllce Chair Cushion, Treasure Chest or Shcalfcr IVT (or Christmas 1 / . ACTON jVKINTINt; CO. Phone 10 Bcauly ISrlnpi Mappings The Christmas Season will mean more to her If she has a new I.ermanent. Make her a present of one. GRACE KI,,\NOItK SIIOPPE ClIVE HIM JEWELRY We can solve the problem of what to ijlvu ."him." ALDH1DGE JEWELRY STORE I'OU MICK ONLY! ! ! H yoi: \vant in miikc your wife love you the ycfir round j»ive tier n Dotlye or. Plymouth automobile. Reasonably pi iced nntl equipped with all the conveniences dear to a woniinfs heart. UARNK1T AUTO SALES CKIMK CHESTS For the younger girl or mother... One ol Ihe'x- beautiful Walnut nlsh Ccclnr Chi'sls. IFlJlirlAlil) l-'UUMTUKi: CO. Courier Picker Winner of Grid Guessing Contest Tlio Courier News sports editor finished throe Ramrs nhpnrt of Bill Ilrauclicr, NEA Service sports ed- llor, In Ilielr senson's Rrid guessing contest which closed with giimes of the past week. Records for the entire season, Including a series of nine weekly picks, reveal a total of 124 winners C5 losers anil 24 ties for the Courier picker. Braucher In the same number of gnines had 121 winners, G8 losers nnd 24 ties. The Courier gue.sser trailed until late in the season when he .'printed ahead by lour games week before Inst. During the past week Brnucher outguessed the Courier picker by a margin of one game but. fa'iled to overcome the lead amassed two weeks ago. Both nucssors had rough going early in the season when favorites weic being bowled over throughout the country. Braucher jumped ofT to n three game lead the second week ot Ihc competition but the Courier s|X>rts editor finally caught un with and passed the NEA Service picker. Regardless ot his loss in the series Braucher called the turn in cue of the season's outstanding upsets lust week when he named Noire name lo beat undefeated Anny. The Courier picker called nbout as long n shot, when he nominated Georgia Tech to spoil Uuke's unbeaten record. Braucher ran Into "hot water" on nn- other "hunch" however when he nicked Georgia . to bent Southern California and the Bulldogs were smothered, 31 to 0. In guesses for the last week Braucher had 14 winners, seven losers and two ties, while the Courier picker had 13 winners Ight losers and two ties. How .... many thousands of Dart- liiouth alumni think the same of Jackson - Cannell?....lio\v many thousands of snorts page readers will be relieved whe.i they pick up their favorite daily newspaper ar.d do not read the standing fall headline. "Wlioo-zis Varsir in Light Drill"? You Figure It Out How many unsuccessful coach- tt. will want Ihe rules changed next year?....and how many successful coachei will not? How rfany Jewish excursions are being planned for the 1936 Olympi Games In Germany?....Where dk. Max Baer learn all those swel novie .tricks hp puts on exhlbi tion in "The Prire Fighter am Ihc Lady^? What world champion basebal Is going to discover that th Ed Slimrian Ts Named On State All-Slar Eleven Ed Sherman, member of a crac' Blytheville high school grid teai; ol several years a?o. was chose: ^s quarterback of an all-state col team for Arkansas announc <;d at Little Rock yesterday. Sherman piloted the Hciulerso State eleven. 1933 champion through lo the top of the slat (rams. Besides Sherman four oil- ei- members of the chnmplonshl Reddles were selected on the al c tar aggregation. College of tl Ozarks placed two men. Monticcl- From Santi, A Sew Permanent (Id to her happiness at Christmas by giving her a new Per- lanent at our modern shop. urcuret Dmi Beauty Shoppf A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Vould make her most happy. The new styles as created by Gruen lulova and Elgin. ( GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE DAINTY SI.KK]' TOGS Gown.i and 1'nlnmn.s tailored of a nice quality fr'llk Crepe In Pink, lea Rose and Blue nt, $2.95 NKW YORK STORK A lasting gift ror your wife—A Frlgldalre, the most modern clfctric refrigerator on the inar- ke'.. K. B. G« Salts f«. SIl.K 1'A JAM AS With or without .sash, plain or biocailed, best i|iialily. nil colors. S(i mid 57.50. NEW .MEAD CLOTHING CO. Give a Pen and Pencil Set, liill- fold or Shaving Outfit. UOIIINSON DltUG STORE Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. <Jivc Him Sumethin^ IVrsimal Tor instance \vc have Silk Scarfs SI up. Arrow Shirts 51.05 up. Pa- ;nmns $1.50 up. Turtle Neck .Sweaters S2.D5, Suede or : Buckskin Jackets $3.50 to $12.50, Bathrobes. Gladstone Bags, Handkerchiefs and llickok Belt S^ts. Free Turkey v.'ith Suits at $22.50 up. IIAYNES MEN'S SHOP Helena Hub ens tern's Compacts, Powdrrs-, Lipsticks Exclusively at Boram's Have Santa Bring her a box of Hollingsworth's Candy, fitted bag, cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse. ROBINSON DRUG STORF WE SUGGEST GLOVES —Imported Fabric Gloves of beautiful quality, slip-on and i uff' styles. 50c to $1.25. NEW YORK STORE The Perlcct. Cltt — What women love — KAYSER'S underwear, gloves, hosiery. Reasonably priced. Jack Applebamn's Your sentiments lire best expressed when you .--ay it with FLOWERS. Hrattiii's Ilnme of Flowers. Family GIFTS Vc • Slimiest Cosmetics. Purses, Candle Holders, Bud Vnses. Nuii- iclly's Candles, Perfume. Atonilz- rs. Compacts, Sintlonciy. KodnKs. FPW'LER- DRUG co. Atomizers. : GIFTS Peiliuue Sets, Bridge Cards, Compacts. Pnugburn's Indies, Houbigant and Coty's Trfume Sets, Heating Pads, nnd other gifts •*h:;>'Ul like. BELL'S PHARMACY THE PERFECT GIFT "FOH HER" ELIZABETH ARDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET Preparations THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coiinon Book for Ihe family or friends, $2.50 and 85 Good anytime. ItlTZ ami BOXY THEATRES IfADIOS— A gift nil the family cnJoW. Ask for demonstration. E. B. GF.i; SALES CO. GOI.F EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be delighted with a new ; club or two rr a tox of balls. A complete r.!cck at all prices. HARDWARE CO. DRESS CLOTHES Tuxedos and r.ll uccessories. Tuxedos priced S25 lo S35. NKW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon nnd all wool Flannel Robes in a choice selection of colors. $4.43. J. C. I'ENNEY CO. He'd Like a .New Scarf! We have the very kind THF< LADIES TOGGERY A Gift For All the Family— A Delco liglulng plant. Also Delco Radios for country homes. E. B. GEE SALES CO. Only 17 More Shopping i-ii .*j i 11 mi* A^j*iJi,i i * vfcJMI tUlUiJi> I |-» . i ,. -„ , EXCLUSIVELY AT HOKUM'S Days Until Christmas. You can pleast him with a Pipe Billfold, Box of Clgnrs, Shaving Brush or a FLiihllght. FOWI.ER DRUG CO. Welch To Face Strong Man In Tonight's-Show Randall Hicks, "strong man" of Ihe light heavies, will meet Roy "iVe'ch In the feature match on I ' of the last unsuccessful Mount Evtrest Expedl 1 on. Although [hey diet not reach the summit, Smytiie illmbeil 28.100 feel Doctors Ind lull! him to hang on to the ban- Utsrs when he went upstairs. Smythe was invalided out of (he Royal Air Forces after n serious Illnrss. It was then that the doc- t.'rs advked Ciiiitlon. Smythe a- llicd by clim'j'ng Mount Kamit. CABINET SMOKERS He'll really appreciate one of these Cabinet Smohirs Low priced loo. ItUBBARD FURNITURE CO. We Know What lie Wants ! 'nrkcr Dt'sk S°l, Piiw. Ck'urs,'or Shavliig Set or Shcalfer "Pen. HELL'S MIAKMACY or Kiddies GIFTS Jt i } [ Home Give ideal riuiltrln Furniture All Kinds ot Cabinets AKKMO I.UMKEli YAKlt GIVE something practical—culbr;', bird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, electric Irons, clocks, wucches OBEUSl' STOKE CO. Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Munvocd combination BRIDGE TABLE and Fire Screen, $5.05; Murwood dc luxe tray, $4 50 BO RUM'S Your dinner will not be complete without FLOWERS tor Xmas. Hraton's Home of Flowers TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables, End Tables...Every kind of table ...And they nl'vays make, an acceptable yift. HUliBARD FURNITURE CO. TOYLANI> OPENED Ciddies will be delighted to know that our complete Toy Department s now open. J. C. PENNEY CO. We Hive What They Want; Skates, Tricyclei, Scooters, bicycles, Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes, .22 niflrs ffiteveni. Hamilton nncl prinsficld) Pocket Knives, Flash- ighls, Watches.. Hunting Knives, ?uzzy Barton Air Rifles -and coin- .inaMon Scout Knives and Axes, nrluding carriei-. RIJRKE IIAUnWARi: CO. "We Sell For Less" Qulek M«l Oil Ranges Ciasley Radios. Sealy Mattresses, Slumbcron Mattresses, D e lux Springs, Lounge Chairs and Ottoman, Rockers. Occasional Chairs, Ftudio Couches, ChildsBeds Childs Kockers, High Chairs. Desks, Cedar Cl.csts, Card Tables, Tables—Oc- ccMonal, RadU, End, Medicine Cabinets, Mirrors. CHARLES S. LEMONS Ccod Furniture at Moderate Cost Make your home modern and convenient for Christmas with i built-in cabinet, shelves, brcnk- - fast nook, wall brackets. R. J. I'clerson, 200 N". 2Ist CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Obtrst Store Co. PRACTICAL GIFTS ive the children things that will last such as Tricycles. Coaster Wagons, Skates, Air Rifles, Bicycles, cte. All priced most reason-, rbly. HIJBRAKD HARDWARE CO. Give SomctMnj; Electrical Tf.ble and Floor Lamps, $1 to $10, Westinghouse Irons. Heating Pads Percolators. Toasters. Bathroom Heaters. Waffle Irons, and othe rppliance.=!. Xmns Tree Decoration and Light Sets Walpolc Electric Shop ?08 W. Main Phone 31 iilcycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grips.'.vSpokcs. Wheels. liiins, Brake Parts,.1Rep3ir- in?. Carney's Shop. 113 S^lrst St. Phone 043. ' : ^,< • Santa Claus' Headquarters ,Vc Sell EverytJilnj—Hit best quality Xmas Clifi.s. Radios, Musical nflrutneiits. C'liiillc-s, Ijiinps. Lea- hei Goods. G!assv;are, lilecU'lcal itfls. 1'AHKIIURST CO., J09 E. Main GIFT NOVELTIES !ook Ends. Ash Trays, What-Nots. Vases, Uoudoir Lam]*;, Table amps and novelties of all kinds UUAKirs JF.VVKl.ltY STOKE pl*ECIAL uKiuriment ol yift 1107- (j eltk-s, sjaines, stationery, candy HOKUM'S DEEP NAP BLANKETS 70x80 Deep Kuap Double Blankets in a Beautiful range of plfilds. $2.10. J. C. TLNNEY CO. Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. A Photograph—the Perfect Xmas Gift Iteducej holid.iy prices. Ilu- Irrt Doyle, ne.<t door lo Western t'r.ion. Beautiful, inexpensive artificial WREATHS for the graves of loved ones at. Xmas. Heaton's Koine of Flowers Give yourself u Xmas gift. Have your WATCH repaired by an expert. O'Bryant, Aldridge Jewelry Store. Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. . A. nnd M.. Ouachlta. Hendrix . . and Arkansas Tech one each. Southern CalifcrhU as his quar- ttrback?....and Feathers of Ten- i'.c««. as the man In the bick- PrM to kick, (hat p«»r nroundf Averajc annual crop loss of to- bi-cco amounts to about 330,300.000 pounds, tonight's wrestling card at the armory. Hicks won Ms match here lost week in fa-'A t peared here several times snd a seasoned perrormcr. In a prellrilnary maleh the Masked Marvc 1 , a matman wearing a mask, n la bandit style, will meet Wild Bill Henry. feel, the Jor.song Peak ,,, Ihe Himalayas, 24.344 feet, ard without guides, Mont Blanc, in the nii-n nere lost e.. •« ,,' .,,,. Welch has ap- f rt^^f' !5781 .!„,„ ,«a i. tnd ttl>a ' was toi bv Warned of Stair Climbs Britisher Climbs Everest LONDON (L-P)—The man who itairs. He is Fi s. Smylhe, K member Sble route. The ft 1 NSWERS During the* Civil War. the North maintained one of ' the longest blockades in history. The blockade v-as 3.500 miles long and was held lor the most part by merchant ships. | C.C.C. Built Log Cabins vntion Corps have built log cab- BOSTON. (UP) — Although not'Ins in the state forests which lat- part of their regular work, many er will serve as shelters for tour- members of the Citizens' Conscr- isls. >nsldered Inacce.v- Marnuctle a:id Juliet were the first men lo CHAHT THE The reason for all this climbing COURSE OF THE MISSISSIPPI n that Smythe has been trying to UIVER. The sketch is of a ST. fcrgct Ihe doctors' warning, -n BERN'AHO Thv last U S. tcrrv think they rather exaggerated | «ori-il acquisition was tlie VIR- i fruui - ---j, IS fill tin ur\l,M ^_.. < TV.llmlvl- in Ull I about it. matters when they told me to go GIN ISLANDS, csrefully," is nil he would MV ' Denmark iu «4 IllrMit i» J I Drink MOONLIGHT TAVERNCAFE Next Door to Nsbers Grocery PLATE LUNCH - 3flc Home M.ide Pastries Fried Chicken - Steaks BERT nUGAN, Chef 1837 H.ilf i)i mc fa GREAT BEND. Knn. ^ During a reburia) or several sc|. i « r climbed l-,eher than anyone ^"Kx.^' «a he« T ",f dime ! else in the world, once was told coined in IR.TJ J-n- »«,• * n ' mf -' to be careful ,ow ho walked up- ^inalnT Th" £X/'^ stnlioned nt Fort Zarnh donwl In I8CS. ore aban- BUDWEISER ''BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less We have (he Most Complete Line of Hardware in •Eastern Arkansas! Not the Largest, But the Most .Complete. Burke Sells For Less Why and How? Our Overhead is Less. We I'riy Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We have no delivery. No porters or. high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as to ho\v and why. Come la and He Convinced. We Accept the Challange. OUR MOTTO KURKE HARDWARE COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Price To All Free Ice Water aod Rest Rooms for Men, Wnnier. and Children

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