The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 24, 1937
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2-1, mi : BLYT11EVIL1.B. (AfcR.) COURIER NEWS Broncos Ride For More Sugar In Sugar Bowl Max Schmeling Will Recall Memories of Well- Known Run-Ai'ound HV 1IAH11V CiRAYSON Straits Kilitar, NKA Service NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—The year in:n saw the Miidlsoii Square Qarden Corporation, which prac- I If ally controlled professional uo.v- iiiK since il was founded by Tex llickard, drop completely out of it, When the courts upheld Jim Braddock in his deliberate run- out on Max SchmeliiiB. making it passible for Michael Strauss Jacobs lo present the Joe I.ouis-Braddoc* production in Chicago, the Garden people- capitulated. Jacobs became Ihe most powerful figure in the business since fiickaril when he look over the beak busting privilege at the Oar- den and Us bowl in Queens. This eive.s the Hroadway ticket broker a virtual monopoly in Manhattan, for he also has the two ' New York ball parks, and his lease on the old Hippodrome theater enables him to conduct a weekly program regardless of wliat is booked at the Garden. Tn addition. Jacobs hns practically all of Ihe better fighters ci- llicr under contract ov preferring: to appear under his tanner. * * * SchmcliiiK Gels Kim-Aroiiml Max Schwcling- -will maintain for the remainder o( his days Hint 1937 mis the year ot the big runaround. After'training al Speculator for a phantom fiBht with Braddock, an Ijelny left wailing at the scales. Schmcllug returned to Germany, and agreed to box Tommy Farr, the British Empire champion, in London. His intention was to claim the title aftev getting over the Welshman. But Jacobs' money and an opportunity to compete for tlie legitimate crown prevailed, r,o Farr became the opponent of Louis in the Alabama-born darky's first title defense alter knocking out Brariciock. It was this match that delinite- ly remove:! the cloak of invincibility from Louis, for while Tan was tailly marked and outpointed, he was credited with the biggest upset of the year, when lie stayed ' in there and:-pitched for the full 35 rounds. [-•• Mcaiiwhlle,...Strh'nieliiig • marked time, but recently made- one ot his frequent excursions to this country to drop Harry Thomas a half dozen times and slop Jrim by way of convincing Louis that he will be far from a hollow shell ivlien they finaliy collide in a second edition next June. In This Corner By Krenz ' » *»" V V" ^ 4C/t/6A<V FARM. BOV, UNDS WAV TO rwN&e WST FU&HT OF SIC, SOYS To F£f(W To AND FRO ... rs LOUIS <3£7S ,,.„ 5AM MN6FOKD AND MKW W/i-L^ ^2§) -^%JX ANO f&yo$ M\ BflADDOCK To BECOME . „, • ^ ..... AiE<y?C ffcAV-/V/£!6ttr CHAMP/ON ,<S/NQE mid Bixto I'Jscobur. [.'reddle Apo.i- loll of San Kiimclsco cut nud slopped TMI, mid Hurry Jell'ra, u- riringtpiin from nnllimurc, lined Ivicobui's banlam bauble. Ailnmli'k Marches On Jimmy Aitnmlck, Mluliigaii funu hoy. kept belllni; ordlnnry blokes out to niiike progress as a while now. MH.V-IO Rosenbloom oul- ciifrcd him, but was clinched for till' llrsl time In a second edition •Klin Henry Lewis lust :i de•">li for Ihe llrst tltno In two urs when Isldoro aasiiinnun milled him rlRhl under tho BUII hurt, and dropped him i, W o O r Ihreo limes In Ijolroll. 'J'lic young Plioc-nlx Ni'Ki-o more Limn evened tin: score in St. Louis, however. He bounced the Basque around iiiKl knocked him out. n c chocked HID vcnerulile Johnny Hlnko''' conicbaQk. I'nvis h enlltlcd to complain nunit Louis druwhiK Mic color line. He gindly would- vacate Ihe • lent - licavywclfjltl ehntiiplonshlp hcxt fiiiinijicr for a sliot nt the LoiiLs-Sclimcllne survivor. "riB.-acn. .John J. Phclnn, cli.ilrmiin, and mil Drown, his hffioclate on the New York -Boxltiu Commission, sued Jimmy jnlm- . ston. who lost his post UJi tho C.IIKICJI rlnenmstcr when Jacobs'- moved In. .Christmas Tree Auwtr to Previous Puille HORIZONTAL' 1 Pictured tt a tr««. 5It Is a tree. M Grove. ,^ n Quantity? 17 Artery throbbing. 18 To relieve.' U Poem. 20 Unoccupied? 21 Mcrchiuidlse, 22 Jewel. 23 To (icqiilre • , , knowledge. ill Pnld-publicity, VKRTICAI. 25 Your. 47 Musical note. 1 Postscript.' 27 Mlneriil spriiiR 48 Therefore.' 29 That Is (o s:iy.49 Pnlr.. It Jar, ; 12Consum«r.> . 13 Southeast. V J5 To cuddle up.' 21It has' - /' seeds. 24 It secondary' leave* are , colled — *.' 26 Malter.l '.' , MChumsA /?: 30 Arrearaie.' }j 31 Atom. 32Always\ ,| 34 Bo silent) /' 35 Presses. ' 31 Cringes. 39 Dimmed us eyes. •1C Sea eagle. •II Roof edges, 42 Fuel. 43 Dni-llhKS. « Intelligence. 2 Virginia/ willow.' : 3 Close.| 51 To sin, . 53 Northwest, 5|iSocinl insect. 56 Spike. . 58 It belongs to' • the genus 59 U Is « vnlu- . .30 Motive. I i 38 South ' - Aracflcn) 1 '39 To exist, 1 .- ... of' i knowledge.') 7 Stem joint. I 8 Newspaper' i paragraphs,' 9 To remote linir, 45 Hiirsm. -, '; 47 To Jeasc. : .49 Soft food'.\ 5f) God. p£, sky/ . ,5IStrl(e. 55 Form oj "a", 1 57 Pound. ' Texas TtmgHie' To Face Ratbaii On Monday Night A newcomer who in liailed as o;ie of tlie roughest of Hie many rbuuli pcifoimei-fi brought here in" tlie past year will make his appearance on the Legion's weekly 1 wrestling card at (lie North Sec?: ond street arena here Monday, night. Ho Is "Rough House" Reynolds, n Texan, who is slated to • meet Riibbah In the feature matcli, Tim two will wrestle two out or Ilirce foils, or the 90 mlmito limo limit. ; Another rough 'bout Is expected- will) Charles Slnkoy, the mammoth • Corinth, Miss., kicker and biter, inking on Hie Canadian Wildcat, Roy Welch. These arc" both familiar to local rlngsldeis' Biid have nnpciircrt on numerous occasions -hero. They also will*' wrestle two out of three falls, with (lie 000 minute time limit prevailing. '.The actions were Die oiitgrowlh . of n published slntcincnt by John- Uon (o the circcl that the llstic e sc fiilhcrs wcic'a bit too thick with , and then talked. Abe Simon put iv Tin! word crystal : comes from the Greek word, krysiaUos, incan- Inu Ice. Ancient Greeks believed (luiirtz, or rock crystal, to be ice, fixwen so- hard ' lh,U it could ' not melt. in the Imcc hand New York. oratwhilo sholjmller's shortly ihcrenltcr lu Barney Ross took until himself old I the leadership for nine years retired uiiiicnten In 180;), mss- 'on. He Wn3 Ulc , t f ( Three Jacks-Sullivan, the O rl B l *V Dempsey. and McAulifTe - ' •lack Tcrrcncc got himself niul fliers _ln a jam when n "ailed to keep ,,n 1937. HlD " lBh "' Five of America's great wars i began in April: Rcvolulionary on I the 10th, Mexican on the 24th, Ohjil on the lath, Spunlsh-Aincr- Icnn on ,the 10th, ana World War •-on the etli. QUALITY FOODS MEATS GROCERIES We imy-,'highest prices oil poultry nt all times. $ SAVB :M()NKV AT GA1NESMKT. \V./M»ln Phone HIRSCHDISTIktING COMPANY mm CITY, MISSOURI tennis. Hurricnne• Henry, with (he 'cgs of a bantam, the arms nnd Ara ,? I., Tighter of Year torso of a welter, and the tonsils winie (here was plenty of.of Gabby HartneU, was the squnr- iicayyK-eight aclivity, despite tlie cd circle's outstanding performer sinctracRing of Echmeling, a co- \ Armstrong's long and imprcs- CCT-colorecl feather, Henry Ann- Jive string of knockouts. feaUircd etrong, was to boxing in JB37, by his disposal of Petey Sarron Wliat Iho Yankees were to base- which 'teat made him the third ball, the Pittsburgh Panthers to Negro with a world title repre- footlrall, and Don Budge was to cents the stillest and most con- WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, S O'CLOCK 'Rough House' Reynolds vs. Hajeeb Rabban Charles Sinkey vs. Roy Welch AMERICAN LEGION ARENA ARKANSAS & MISSOURI FARM & CITY LOANS Low Interest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms Fastest closing service of any mortgage loan company doing business in these states. FLORIDA BROS. & CO. Life Insurance Fire Insurance Investment Securities OSCEOLA, ARK. (.•cried enry, filing of 1937. who is out at Ifun-lcmie St. Louis, before attempted in showing lour world champions, at wciyht on one card—Marcel Thii, who was recog- ; .'•- •• — ««" 6 v. L^.,,,J. nixed as • middleweight ruler Mike Jacobs did something'never [abroad, Barney Bess, Lou Ambers, Jcrhaps is the finest lighter ,., for pound in the dodge today. Ear-Corn -WANTED- Soybeans Highest Market Prices Paid MAIDEN GRAIN CO. AV. 0. Uccvcs, Agent So. K. K. Sli'col IJlyllievillc, Ark. I'lionc 555 i I « M i . SB « •*! 1 ft! i i i w«» HfiKRY BAILEY Wishes All :Vlis I'Viends A MERRY CHRISTMAS COiVIK ']'(} TIM-: iw; CHKISTBIAS WILO WEST SHOW Oklalioinn 'Gurloy'K (>owlioy.s and Cowgirls in Scnsalionai Thrills al MARRY B/ULF.Y'S CURVE-IN -SEKV1CE STATION On ifislmay Cl—Near Holland, i>Io. CHRISTMAS DAY & SUNDAY Z r. M. aurt 7:20 'P.' M. —SI'HCiAI, MTRACT10N— Karl AJzoi'a iiuriecl Alive H frcl t:iidrr earlli fire. 23 a( affcrnnnn •licrforinniicc. Will be (l«s up Suiulay in'shl, S:M p.m. aiifl tic movrrt lo Silver .Alcmi Niglil Cluli (n arr^^i" in a 'We llcor show. Tlii; men .tclu.illy tuiicd .ilivr. . . See him llnougli .1 glass lube! NOW LOCATED AT OUR NE\V PLACE HARRY BAILEY'S CURVE-IN SERVICE STATION O.V HIGEIWAV Gl, NEAR 1IOLLA.M), JIO. For the 19th time we've said it! JjjIGHTEEN years ago, when tliis store was a new business in Blylhcvillc, we said our first "Merry (ihrisliiias" to you. Since then Jiiibhard Jlanlwiux; (-'o. ami Uubbard Tire and Battery Co. have never (failed «1 Chrislmas-liine to express good wislies lo our friends and patrons everywhere. We want lo eon I in ue serving you in 1938 as we have in the past! Hubbard Hardware Co. PHONE 32 "18 Years of Service and Square Dealing"

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