The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1933 · Page 8
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KTCITT RT.YTTTRVn.t.B, (ARK.t rnmtlKR , They're Not Very Big-But Big Enough 1933 Has Been Great Year For Under-NVciglit Ath- 1 leles in Various Sporls. BY BH.t, HRAL'CllKil . KK\ Service Sports Keillor NEW YORK.-Tills lias been a great je.ir in spnrts for pjoplc with bird-lets anrt o-.her untlerwcignl In fact, the year's outstanding | lififcrmer. as viewed froai this corner of the press box. is none olti';r than frail Carl Hublwll, v.ho leis- inoly screw-balled t!.c Washington Senators out ol a world c:;ainn,l?n- shlp. And HutLvil i; MJ tlii:i thai before lie begins the baf-'bill ram- paitn hi spring l!r i ins n i ave tucks taken I" his stockings. OUicr notable 'heroes of ditii-nte cast arc Herman Dt-ii'mure Shut?, the young riiila;lelp-.in p/offSiimu' v.'ho won the British upon RoU championship nr.d returned to take the measure ct Cricken-n:ck Johnny Goodman, in what .\TLimi-BiU- niore publicity knl;;!)ls riub'jKl i p . vorld champicnship of golf. Skinny Goodman hap]i?ns lo !>'.' tht- United states Open champion until 'a better cr.ampion comes alon^. nnd hj is three sixes smaller than a paper clip. Por that matter, the holder of the national nmal'.ur links title is a youitR man who could fold hhnselt up into one of Camera's hip pockets. The name is Gourde ninilnp. and he's afraid to weigh himself when not fiilly clothed iind wearing :'Ob-n?i!?d siloes. During th 1 : liiign of Bobby Jones, the world hnd become somewhat accu.'to^ned t(j having Us champion pleasingly plump, but It must bo snid that the iluo West vojue is not going over now In a very bii; way on the Bol! courses. « 6 * In football, roast prime ribs of beef still must be accorded rcsi«ct : ful supremacy, but Uere are instances of rabbits stealing the show. I am thinking of little "Cntlon" Wai burton, Southern California's midget quarterback who has been recorded almost unanimous selection on All-America teams. Cotton •.veixhs around 144 pounds without l nat hehnci he has been obliged to wear to keep a smeared nose somewhere on Ills face. And i: he | bn'l the outstanding star of Hie football season, yon'il have to dis- r,i(rce. with this writer, w.'.o saw him scooting &:iwcen the legs of many large Notre Dame men dressed in football buits. It sven runs to fighters, If you v.TU except the Gargantuan Oar- nera. who happens to be heavyweight champion. The lijjht-hcovy- wol"ut Eltuatlon offers a conspicuous example, if Maxie Rosenbloom would indulge in tr.c luxury o! a night's sleep, lie might be n heavyweight. As it B he runs very much to bird legs, and in most of the fights In which I have wen him. his ribs could be very easily counted. Yet there are" a number of "heavyweights around now, with lots of nice, lard well scattered over their persons, who could no: lick Rosie In 10 slt^icht figr.tr; Of all the performances given by lean men this year I think Hubbell's was the must impressive. You might even go so far as to call this wisp of a man the year's outstanding athlete. After haviiif worked overtime to pitch the New York Giants to a pennant, he held the slugging Senators in the hollow of his slender rand during the wcr:d series, ond made them like i!. n was a Job accomplished mostly bv control and deception. There remains vividly th? memory or IHIS:;V Goslin, Manush. Kuhei nncl Joe O.-cmn swinging mightily at the empty air. Fellows such as Hubbcll. Shine Goodman. Dimlap, Warbiirton ami Rosenbloom are not as big as M-tr Mountain D;an. Mendacious M;i'- terhcrn of the Mat. but it s^ms to me they're big enough. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER (5. i<m Ti t:e;i. i:olf are iiai vny large, hut their deeds are mighty . . . left to right, they'are Cnrl Hub- ' 'tinman C " ! "" S """""^ " C " ll °"" Wari ""' to "' Smlto » California quarterback, nnd Denny shule. NSWERS lr^ Student Solved Money Hooks .and Slides Ji_Bill_Braucher_ Four Teams—Four (juys Four of the All-America teams already selected fiyiw on only four men- Warbiirton. Uucklcr. Crawford nnil Bernard. The four sc- kclors unanimous on these choices iiif NKA Service, United Press, Associated 1'rc.w and New York Evening i'ost. The four unanimously chosen represent wide geographical dlf- | feienccs. Warbiirton Is the slip- perv little University of Southern California quarterback. Crawford is Duke'.s big riBlu i tackle his .school belli;: at Durham N C Johnny Buckler is the slashing halfback from the plains of West 1'olnt. Berm.rd Is Michigan's .splendid center. l.nts ot Knds ' The NBA Service team, which was wleclt-d bv seven coaches In .-•oven different sections of 'the country, named Skladany of Pitt at right end. a choice in which unty one other .selector concurred. Other liRhl ends named on the fi:st, team were Gelsler and Smith, while at the left end of the line four men were named: Ciclslcr. of Centenary; Mala), of Columbia; Mnnskc, 'of Northwestern, mid Larson, ol Minnesota. Gelsler. it seems, can play either TWO WANT HIM Mnck Saxon, athletic illrcc- iin o[ Texas College of Mines, Kl 1'uso, Is a much soiiKlit 111:111. Hiiniors ure that lie will lie- onic- footlmll coach at the Uui- cisity or Texas, or may suc- eed Jack Meaglicr at Itice !..- Illute. .Morc.welKlit is glm* lie Texns University ruiimr. >jo- anse Suxoj, above, is an lumiius- or that nchool. -JHSELJ GUKSS Victor ]l;r.-.i was a KHliKC?! 1'OKT, X ' T .IKT AND OHAr- TIIH. C(, XI. in EC'tlAUOli, • is the \vnijii.. lii^tiest active vol- C.IIHI. 'l'l:Q vhoiuical nnmu for null: Is CAtCiUM CAHIiO- XATE. licad Courier News Want Ads. Problem With Trailer BKLMONT. N. Y. (UP)-An nil- tnmiiblle Uniler solved Wlllliim. Thompson's niianclnl troubles In nlltndiiiK Alfu'd University. L:icklns! butflcient funds to pay for board and room lifter paying for his frcshnmn's year at the school, Thompson, who coins from Dnltnn. N. Y.. set up his home in Ihe trailer nnd llnds everytlilnf comfortable "except thai I miss I lie friendly noise of neighbors." The trailer which he set up nnt far from the College of Agriculture buildhiRs. Is equipped with two bunks, a table for study and meals, n sink, hot plate and tins healer. Small dainty curtains have licen hung over miniature windows. ' , S |;; Last Time Today Mat. 2:.in, 10-25C Ni(e (it'If., J0-35c MYRNA l.OY, MAX UAKR, PK1MO CAUNERA anrt JACK DESH'SKY in "THE PRIZEFIGHTER AND THE LADY*' NEWS - - COMEDY THURSDAY - FRIDAY MATINEE 2:1)0—lOc - 25c NIGHT G:.)5— lOc - 35c There's Nothing .to Compare it to ...NOT EVEN '42 NO STREET!' Harvard and McGill (o Debate MONTREAL. iUE>)—McC.,.i o l - . versity debaters will meet a team"; from Harvard University for the • first time on Dec. 21 when tne p-- i mler international debate of t- ( . I session v-ill be held here un-Jc- the i auspices of the .McGill D'tatin- 1 Union. The subject of the debate will be one of international Imiwrt. Gennan women who participate .'n Nazi parly aclivitit"; are not r.ermifted lo < e cosmetics. ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & NITE—10c - 2ac I.ORETTA YOUNG, RICAR- HO CORTEX. FRANCHOT TONE, ANDY DEVINE. UNA MERKEL and WARREN HYMER in 'MIDNIGHT MARY' Romantic - - Thrilling And Plenty of Laughs FOX NEWS - - COMEDY end. In all, six ends were named for the two positions. Rosenberg, the Trojans' big running guard, won three out of four selectors. Schammel, Iowa guard, carried two districts, and Scliwnin. ! mel, Orezon State tnckle. did' the! ssme. Bill Corbus. Stanford's • Eirnrd. cot the call on three out of four teams. • . • Two ISackfiehls Enough men for two backficlds were named. Desides Warburton and Huckler, who were unanimous, ihe following men were nominated: Lund, of Minne.wta; j Franklin. Oregon Suite; Feathers,! Tennessee: Sauer, Nebraska; Dan- (jWFkl, Foi'dliiim, nnd Purvis. Pur- di:e. Two jjickers named Sauer. 'i'wo named l.und. One vote each was accorded Purvis nnd Danowski. The consensus would be n team havln" Bkladany and Gelsler, ends- Cinwfonl anct Schwammel, tackles; Bernard, cei;ler; Rosenberg uiul r;orbiis, Riiards; • Warburton nuarlci'liack: Buckler nnd Lund' halfbacks, and Saiicr, fullback' None of ilie individual selectloas afeivctl entirely with the consensus. 1)111 YOU KNOW THAT— Old Reeelc McNnmara wa? to climb aboard a bicycle lor a six-day race at Cleveland Ucc. U. . . . The following li a - ures show what experience he canie.s to the hoards with him- It is his 97th six-day event. • . . 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