PAGE STX BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) QOUBIEB null NIGHTY Takes Prosjxxls That Looked Gloomy to Warner and Makes Good. EDITOR'S NOTK: Tlih Is one ol. three articles on HIP career of Claude E. "Tiny" Thornliill, Manford conch. BY inn. imAi'cni:it >EA Service Sports Editor TJils year a promise that "Pop" Warner made tnck in 1022 was fulfilled when Warner came hack cesL to coach :it Temple University, and his Job at Stanlord went to.'Claude E. "Tiny" ThornhiH. •- When Pop \\-KS Invited to leave Pittsburgh In '22. he called upon 'Ihornhill, who had l>ecn one ol his brightest Panther stars. , yif-.you want the Job at Pitt." said "Pop," "you can havo it, hut I'd nithcr have yon on the coast with me When 1 retire joii will be- the man to succeed me." . Thornhill ttxi:; his old 1 coach's cdvlce and ever since has tutored as a line coach under the Old Fox. When it was announced ihuL Warner had resigned, team and students of- Stanford declared Ini lW.br ol'the t'g iellow they had 1 learned to reso'cl and ndmlrc. ^ • » • x 'Tiny" at once set about re- Ticlng (he Warner system. Having' played it himself, nnd against It, he had very definite Idcus cbbut Its strong points nnd weaknesses. In hir own days on tlie gridiron. Indeed, he had played \iiider and against alnioit all sys- -JNSWERS 9 ~rr^~ WSL CHESSES Louis Pasteur was a Rreat French SCIENTIST Will llKys. tlie niovhiK picture czar, was I'OSTMA'RTKIt OKNKHAL 111 HnrdliiR'a administration. Tlie countrv Is CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Irniwd the trlrk ol beating the best of them, Inchidlni; the risj- Mnrole of Hwk le which he ollset '•y his Invention ol the "hntler- :!y shirt." Tills shllt In ilevlscd In the old pro dnys .when rr- plnyud directly ::!'iiinst Itockii'' It was his idea nat the NoLre 'Jnini 1 style of piny cnulre.s ihnt Hit 1 end handle the defensive tackle alone. "Tiny." .'it liKklc. decided that if lie were not on Hie fcrlimnaKe line lie ct'iilil not bi- Uickitl by the end. ArcurdsiiKly. he !>l:iyi.'d hack a few yards nnd mslii'd n;i to meet the Noln- IJami! siuri n.s It stalled moving. Uockne had bail days with Thornhlll. Hi 1 could not block out n man he -nnldn'i And] And ThornhUI's dctt'ltsc nonius! Notre UaniL 1 became u ;::illcin for coach- who found the South Bunders on their Mlici'iilcs. tems •!/» Tuesday - Weds. Mat. 2:30, 10-25tc Nitis 6:45, 10-35c LaVttPoritJMini (•I 16 music AROOM Aforomowit PSOun witi CN»LlclUCClES FJUKKRITE CHUKftlU GtlGOKY (ATOM WALTER WOOL! 'DIH.I.I b r I.l ? k *.,,*, » OH11H LI ocas noaxrai Paramount News Program Broadcast Dailv , Over K-L-C-N at 12:20 Tills year "Tiny" started work with about 75 candidates. Tile only men nmoiip them In whom "Pop" Wainer had held any hope were Bill Corlms, Ihc guard who Hindi: Al]-Am r :ica, nnd Bobby Grny.'-on, n sophomore. Thornhill had as as.;!slanls Ernie Nevers. who rates i.tony with Thoriw as one of (he greatest football player:; of all til c, and Jim Lawson, end coacti. Fointeen jclur men had been lost f i om lasz. Includina seven regulnrs. "Tiny' nad 11 winners of numerals with which to start. Tr.ese lie molded into a swift and powerful machine which reached its goal when Bill Corbus stepped back out of tho line and place- kicked the two field goals that brought Die Trofnns low. He used a triple wlngback nnd an optional IMSS, contrasting witn "Pop's" old snot pass that had been In vogue ior ID years. He changed such details as the pass liom center, making it a spiral instead ol the old cnd-over-end pass that Warner liked. Old •Tortnati.nn A" with an unbalanced line and two wingbacks, '.as kept in the repertory. • • • Thornhill did not clutter up Ms team with (he vast variety cl ple.ys thai Wainer taught. In the Hist game, against San Jose, he directed his players to use 10 plnys, six of which were running p.ays, and four passes. Much of "pop's" foldcrol was forgotten. .Men responded (o "Tiny" Tbonihli'rs coaching. His slogan v-as. "Never forget that you played football yourself." He iveated his pliers as he would have wished to be treated coming up from the freshmen with more ambition than ideas. Stanford players found they could have fun lender Thornliill. TUESDAY, DECEMBER" GIFTS for Her £'; tt&tt If FOK MK\' ONLY! ! ! w:int to nifike your' wife i love yon \\\v ye fir round give Her t? or Plymouth nutomobilc. bly pi Ice t! :iiu] cquippcrl with all tin; conveniences dear to ft woman's hoait. HAIINKTT AUTO SALKS GIVE HER JEWELRY You will have no trouble In «,e ecllni! a suitable gift [or licr from our Inrte inul complete stock of jewelry and gift gcods. ALDHIDCE JEWELUY STORE Take nvray i;u- drudgery ot wash- Ing In [lie corning years. Buy "Her" mi Apex Washing Machine K. II. (iEK SA1.KS CO. ATTENTION MEN! A small cash payment will elvr your wife [lie perfect girt—A HOME. Sec our listings. THOMAS LAND CO. LOUNCINf; PAJAMAS P'uurfhltiK ucv ..Rayon Corduroy Pajamas in high stnidcK with ((•at of contracting color. Set S^. NKW VOKK STOKE Beauty llrlnr- Happiness Tile Christmas Season will mean more lo her if she has n new I.iTiiumenl. Mnkc her n present of one. (SHACK ELANORK SHOI'l'K GIFTS /or Him DAINTY SLEEP TOGS Gowns and Paiamas tailored of a nice quality ?llk Crepe In Pink, lea Hose and Blue at S295 NEW YORK STORE ' STETSON HATS tiiy him a Qiit Ceitlflcate In a miniature Us, 1'ox and let him fe'rei it. S5. NKW MEAD CI.OTHIW! CO. Only 10 More Shopping j Days Until Christmas. GIFTS Home SHOP KAKLY Our stocks are complete now and a small payment will bold any article until Christinas. OUAKD'S JKWKLKY STORE Why not giv; him an .Oiiice Chair Cushion. Treasure Chest or Sin-alter P>"> for Christinas? ACTON PRINTING CO. Phone Id S1I.K NEGLIGEES Daintily tailored ol Flat Crepe in Blue. Peach. Pink and Black A yifl she'll appreciate. $298 J. C. I'KNNKY CO. fllve Somrfhlns ^radical She will aoureciate n gift she can wear. We f.ijjgcst Senrr Sett, liosiery. Purses. Oloves, Hats, Blouses, Swcntcr SulUi. Dresses and Sweaters nnd Skirls. THE LADIES TOGGERY It was true he maintained Frnm Santa, A New Permanent Add to licr h.ipplness at Christmas by giving her a new Permanent at our modern shop. .Marjarct Hern Beauty Shoppe Have Santa Bring her a box of Holllngsworth's Candy, fitted ag, cosmetic set, compact, sta- ionery. card table or purse ROBINSON DRUG STORE A UKADTIFDL WATCH Would moke her most happy. The new styles as created by Oruen Bulova and El^ln. r.L'ARD'S JEWELRY STORE ,. certain line of reserve which could not be craved, but hts play- 'rs helped to trlnblish that line themselves. Much lias Ivcn written about his superstitions, such as his continual wearing of the same suit ivhen the team was winning, his lefusal to let his wife know his :orrccl weight ill must be 2501. i'lid other litr : c [rait.s that be- liayed him humanly nod personally. But 1 think of all the things he •vcr had said, this line fits him CEDAR CHESTS For tlie younger girl or mother... One of these beautiful Walnut inlsh Cedar Thesis. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. "Kids won't do anything; .-on unless they like you." foi Only 10 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. We suggest Cosmetics. Purses Candle Holder:. Bud Vnses. Nun nelly's Candles, Perfume. Alomlz rs. Compacts, Stationery. KodaK: FOWLER DRUG CO. ROXY tues.-Wed.-Thurs. Matinee 2:30—lOe - 25c DISTINCTIVE GUTS Atomizers, Peiiumc Sets. Drlcfg Cards. Compacts. I'angbun Candles. Houhigant and Coty Fi.rfume Sets. Ifcatln? Pads a other gifts sh- will like. BELL'S PHARMACY Give a Pen mid Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. ROBINSON IIHUG STORE .ivo Him Something Personal Tor Instance .vc have Silk Scarfs fl up. Arrow Shirts $1.95 up, Pn- jamas $1.50 up. Turtle Neck Sweaters $2.95, Suede or Buckskin Jackets 58.50 to $12.50, Bathrobes, Gladstone Bags, Handkerchiefs and Ihckok Belt S»ts. Free Turkey with Suits at $22.50 up. HAYNES MEN'S SHOP our sentiments nre best expressed when you say it with FLOW- KS. Heaton's Home of Flowers. lasting gift ior your wife—A Frlgidaire, 'he most modern Icctric refrigerator on the niar- e'.. E. «. Ge* Sales Co. Helena Rubcastein's Compacts, Powders, Lipsticks Exclusively at Bornm's SATIN' UNDIES beautiful, lun'.rous satin in Tea Rose. Pink ?:id Blue, expertly eilored Slips. Dance Sets nnd !owns. NEW YORK STORE he Perfect Gift —what women love — KAYSER'S underwear, loves, hosiery. Reasonably priced. Jack Applebaum's Family GIFTS THE IDEAL GIFT Theatre Coiijxm Book for the family or friends, $2.50 nnd $5. Good anytime. KITZ and KOXY THEATRES A Gift For All the Family— . Radios for country homes. E. B. GEE SALES CO. L *£^t GIVE HIM JEWELRY We can solve the problem of what to give "him." ALDR1DGE JEWELRY STORE SILK PAJAMAS With or without sash, plain or brocaded, best quality, all colors. SO and $7.50. NEW MEAD' CLOTHING CO. Only 10 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be delighted with u new club or two rr a box of balls. A complete strek at all prices. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. We Know What He Wants 1'srker Desk S°l, Pipe, Cigars, or . Shaving Set or Shealitr Pen. . BELL'S PHARMACY Gifts for Kiddies Santa Clius' Headquarters e Sell Everything—tlie best quality Xmas Gif:s. Radios, Musical Instruments. Ciiidlcs, Lamps, Leather Goods, Glassware, Electrical Gifts. 1'AKKHDRST CO., 109 E. Main Uive Ideal Built-in Furniture All Kinds of Cabinets AKKMO (.UMBER YARD Give Something Electrical Table and Floor Lamps, $1 to (10 Westlnghousc Irons, Heating Pads. Percolators, Toasters, Bathroom Heaters, Waffle Irons, and other , pppliances. Xmas Tree Decorations and Light Sets., Walpote Electric Shop ?04 W. Main Phone 314 GIVE something practical—cutlery, bird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, electric irons, clocks, watches. OBFRST STORE CO. TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables, End Tables...Every kind of table ...And they al'vays make an ac- eptable gift. HUBBARD FURMTDRE CO. We lUve What They Want! Ekales, Tricycle. 1 :, Scooters, bicycles. Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes, .22 Rifles (Steven-i, Hamilton and tpringfleld) Pocket Knives, Flash- liehts. Watches. Hunting Knives. Buzzy Barton Air Rifles nnd eom- Linntion Scout Knives and Axes, including carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Se'.l R>r Less" Bicycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grips, Spokes, Wheels, Rims, Brake Parts, Repairing. Carney's Shop. 113 S. First St. Pf-one 643. DRESS CLOTHES Dclco lighting plant. Also Delco Tuxedos and ,-11 accessories. Tux"*"" ™ •'""' ' " = " '"' RADIOS-A gift all the family enjoys. Ask tor demonstration E. 11. GEE SALES CO. cdos priced SJ5 to S35. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and all wool Flannel Robes In a choice selection of colors. $4.49. J. C. PENNEY CO. TOYI.ANO OPENED kiddies will be delighted to know- that our complete Toy Depart- nent s now open. • • J. C. PENNEY CO. He'd Like a New Scarf! We have the very kind. THE LADIES TOGGERY You can plensc him with a pipe, Billfold. Box c.f Cigars, Shaving Brash or n Fl.ishlight. FOWLEIS DRUG CO. I DARING ALL for LOVE , and LOOT/ , THE lOLITAlRE irtAN with Herbert Marshal!, Mary Bo land, Lionel Atwill, May Rob . son and Elizabeth Allan FOX NEWS JACK HAIEY COMEDY Wrestler Billed As Midclle- wcieht Champion and Charles Sinkey Winners ftert Knichols, vouched for by •iromoters of wrestling shows here -nd Jeff Roland, local boxing and wrestling commissioner, as "middleweight chamolon" defeated Tony Lawo of Memphis two out if three falls In the main match on last night's nrnory card. In a preliminary match Charles •Titanic" Sinkey of Rlpley. Tenn., aelcated Lon Chaney. • TUB PERFECT GIFT "TOR HER"' ELIZABETH ARDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET Preparations EXCLUSIVELY AT BOROM'S Cl Shopping Days Until Christmas. CABINET SMOKERS He'll really appreciate one of these Cabinet Smokers—Low priced too. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially priced. Oberst Store Co PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the children things that wil last such ns Tricycles, Coastc; Wugons. Skates, Air Rifles, Bi cycles, etc. Ail priced most reason r'bly. IIUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. .PECIAL assortment of gift novelties, games, stationery, candy. BORUM'S ' Only 10 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. Mnke your home modern and con venient for Christmas with •uilc-in cabine'is, shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. R. J. Peterson, 200 N. 2ist Quick Mtal Oil Ranees Crosley Radios, Sealy Mattresses Slumberon Mattresses, Delui Springs. Lounge Chairs and Otto man, Rockers, Occasional Chairs mdto Couches, Childs Beds, Child Hookers, High Chairs, Desks. Ceda Cl.csts, Card Tables, Tables—Oc crslonal. Radii, End, Medicin Cabinets. Mirrors. CHARLES S. LEMONS Ccod Furniture at Moderate Cos GIFT NOVELTIES look Ends. Ash Trays, What-Nois, Vases, Boudoir Lamps. Table amps and novelties of all kinds GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE lurwood combination ;! BRIDGE! TABLE and Fire Screen, 5595- lurwood de luxe tray, $450 BORUM'S DEEP NAP BLANKETS Deep kets ilaids. Knap DouKe Blan- in a Beautiful range ol $2.19: J. C. PfcNNEY CO. Only 10- More Shopping Days Until Christmas. mi*/ (ftrmanaw Give yourself u Xmas gift. Have your WATCH repaired by an expert. O'Bryant, Aldridge Jewelry Store. , \ Photograph—the Perfect Xmas Gift. Reduced holiday prices. Hn- Lfrt Doyle, next door t« WMt*rn L'r.ion. ' • Eeautiful. i n expensive artificial WREATHS for the graves ot loved ones at, Xmas. lleaton's Home of- Flowers Vonr dinner will not- be complete without FLOWERS for Xmas. Heaton's Home of Flowers Only 10 More Shopping; Days Until Christmas. Rome Police Wage (Pair of Hunters Bag j War on Dice Games Tw ° De£ r With One Shot Trudfd land for Whisky Calif. (UP)— George (radcd one quart ROME (UP)-This is getting to' PUSHAW LAKE. Me. .UP. M*. holiest capita, In tho world,™ — „,. tu ,...,.,,. I of rare, old bonded whisky from transaction, Maze. said. Elmer B. Ma/e, Merced druggist, j for 20 acres of land. The whisky! was only the "legal tender" in the in order to i lees orolruding from some dense Masked Picture Caused Turk to Sue Newspaper ISTANBUL (UP)-The portrait of n masked mnn, which appeared In the New York American review i' the cause of a prominent Turkish business man's suit against a paper published In Istanbul. The photograph was touched up and reproduced In the Turkish paper, and EJtrem Hand! Bey has sued the publication for calumny, claiming that the picture of the masked man closely resembles him The court is withholding its decision until the arrival of a freih copy of the magttlne, MOONLIGHT TAVERNCAFE Next Door lo Nabers Grocfry PLATE T.IJNCH - 30c Home M.tde Futrto Fried Chlcktn - Steaks BERT DUGAN, Che Open Diy and NI|M Special aliention large orders. CHICAGO .MILL & LUMBER CO. "BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less \Ve 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 Pay Cnsh - - We Sell for Cash. We have no delivery. No porters or high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Cun'( We Sell for Less? It's no secret as to how and why. Come In and Be Convinced. We Accept the Challange. OUR MOTTO BURKR HARDWARE COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Prire To All Fire tee Water and Rest Rooms lor Men, Women »nd Children "ZERONE* and **PRiSTONE" ANTIFREEZE Low In Price — High In Safety- Have us prtpire your r.ir and truck for cold weather. Leaky host connection arit water pumps repaired. RadUlon flushed, repaired and clr.tned. Motors tuned to start qulrkly. Phono 811 Today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO.
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