The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1933 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 20, 1933
Page 8
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:JE EIGHT I.YTHKVT1, KTSM PROFITS Madly SwiMRing D n p c Bucket Wlicltecl Fans' Interest Last Season, BY JIMMIi: OONAIH.'K NEA Service Sliorls Writer Notre Dame! Soulhcrn California! How Ihc mliihly fell on Hie gridiron battlefields n[ 1033! As Ihe 1933 .se'ason nmrche.s In review, the tiller roul of llic hi. 1 -!!, which saw them \vin from only Indiana, Norlliwestci n nnti Army. Elands out as the feature ot the year. Tlie 13-7 defeat of Hie Trojans by Stanford came after n .'corcless tic with Oregon -Slate had Intermitted their strap- of 2C consecutive vlctoi-ies. and was equally as surprising. Add lo Ihosc distinctive feature 1 ; some of Hie holiest confiwni-c rp.cos In yeai-s—vllli llio "weak sisters" lising In Ihelr might--ami 1 you have n few reasons why tlie shoved a pull n per cent stronger nt (he RBIC than 10H2. * * 4 Princeton forged ahead In tlie enit under Flit-/. Cilsler. Tlie Tiperj clawed two of its anelcni rlvnls.! Dailinoulh nnd Yule, nr.d was the only major eleven In the country to l:e undefeated and untied. A ji»w arose nloni; (lie Al- lanlic when Diiqucsne, under the piiidance of Elmer I.nvdcn. went throuch the season with only one defeat—at tlie hands of Pill. Duqnesue's showine probably had a lot to do with Ihe ."election of I.avdjn as successor to Hunk An- derTm nt Notre "Dame. Michigan nsnin finished on ton in Hie HiK Ten—but II. had a touch row tn )vc. Ohio Slalo. Minnesota and Purdue finished rl>!hl on I lie Klokc coached Wolverines' heels, while Iowa surmised Ihe pack bv ealnlni; Its first Bit! Ten victory in yenrs. Illinois threw n scare Into Michigan when II lost by n sin°le point after touchdown. Wisconsin. Indiana nr.d Northwestern had dtsnnoolnlln; seasons. Tho vcnr ctearlv rtcmo,iislrfiled that BiR Ten football is the tlnss ot the °ame. Tn 25 caines outside Ihe conference and with inlerscc- tlonnl opixiiicnts tlie Western'Con- ference had a record of in victories, five losses and one -tie. • * » In the Southern Conference. Duke was Ihc power. The boys from Durhnm waltze'd Ihroiich until tlie ' final pame of the season Georgia Tech. Tlie Rambling Wreck beat the Blue Devils, cheating them out of a nose Bowl bid. Alabama, under Frank Thomas won the Southeastern title, having onlv a Ffni-eless tlo with Mississippi to sully their record. The Southwestern loop was a muddle from the start. Itaylor -and Arkansas rose up to smile the fnvorcd sons and. at the finish of the season. Arkansas was leading the looo. It was discovered, however, that the Ra/.orbarks had played an inelipibte tackle for 10 minutes, and the title race was declared off. Nebraska asrain conned Hi? Six honors, followed by Kansas Slate. Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa Slate and Missouri. •The Rocky Mountain race was undecided until the last game of the year, when it went into n thrcc-wny tie between Utah. Denver rind Colorado Ageies. Besides the rise of Stanford In . Pacific Coast circles and the defeat of Southern California, the rejuvenation of Oregon, under Prink Callison. was a surnrise. Orcson went into a tic with Stanford for the conference lead, with four victories and'one defeat. Tlie Trojans finished with four wins, one loss and one tie. * » * Only two new rules were made foi the year. One was the formation of a sideline zone whereby a ball made dead anv jwlnt within 10 yards of the sidelines would lie • brought in 10 yards before beinq < put in ploy. This rule was made: to do away with the wasting of a' down when the offensive team was cramped on one side of the field. Tlie other rule was the tichten- ins of the restrictions asainst clipping. It made it illegal for a player to run into the back of a player not cam-ins tlie ball. Heretofore the mie had onpllert to dropping across the back of the le^s of a player below the knee. The penalty for this action was reduced from 2n to 15 vards order to bring about stricter c forcement. . Stanford was selected as the western representative in the Rose Bowl game. As the eastern opponent, officials surprisingly cho.-c Columbia. The Lions, under Lou Little, had one defeat on their record, and it was agreed that Army, Pitt, Nebraska. Michigan and Arkansas were more powerful outfits. ; The only undefeated, untied, not-scored-on team In the country | turned out to be little Depauw, at Greencastlo, Ind. Army r T ]ad As TorraiH'c Lad l.sToBrHad l> MIA Sm-lw BATON HOUOK. La.— Jni'k Tor- nncc. Kinnl lucklf of l/»>:i Stnlr'.s inc to l;avc Ioollj:il| iin- othcr chance at I hat All-Amrric.i t'jam. Tiu riuKT, .1 tnorc s'outli of S3I11C 275 IXmiHlS, is .join? to rntrr I'oinl next .seasmi. In addition to ills footli.ill :il)il•Ily, J.n-k hold;, Hie NLI ; inn ri 1 foltr^lntc <<i,l- (llll IWdHl, aii'l a IWiman In luskcilKill. •><>!) -i\r\ land Sj mrl 7 btodsgls ..THPK North C.ii'olliiii Supreme Court, hsr.i k|O\AyP"P 1 > t* !serving en a federnl strike media- |>l^lVYtl\D ' lk)n boarti ' llrcw ihe rcbllke °f «» . .__... ->. a ,irate iwllccinan when tnc judge /?£t.''^:;, ittepin-d from Die curb facing n r«l j\ (j.'i'.;',. '* A '-'"" ••—' | '!'•'<> Judge acceplcd the \Y»MI mini's jiiiiKjiuuli'd remarks and l.ii- ji'f told 1H'W.S[U]RT|1U;]I "|K> v; , s Ni-plnnr'A oiiu-ri.-ti 1 is KiipijoMMt ' ' ' H.s lilll'l' xs mil- J1KK.II >iiilj^^i:t_ '• I ^. i_ , iuill ji inovi-s iiiiiiind the phuiL-l in .... ...,..,„,;; , • " '-' : ' " 1llc li "-' i lliii " • si>c cl:i y- v llic ('lit of lljQ NATIVI- I' — —TV, ii <i" very .-.c :n llm B|),I( iv]]cre Clnlst r.-.,i I,,,,,,. K1M(1 liuiii In liellilelieni. iViXK JU!.l!ci-s sit on tlio bcucli of tlio ! b. .S. SLi|;feino roiirt. J S 110115 R", Rebuked ,, : LAST TIME TODAY Jud g e ; Nile 6:15. l Thivr Praise For Oai<r Coniiiieiilini; on' Coaeh Hob Neyland's jivaise of 1'ete Cralir. foiiner Hlvllii-villi- hiuh Krldiler, for his work as a sophomore star with Ihe •JVnnersi-e Vols lien Epstein. I.H- Rock Gazelle *|iort • scribe .Miles: "We had tlie nrlvl'.eeo of vlcw- n« Cinli! in ni'tion while In prep Thool (at IHylhCTllle hlRln and ike ouif.elvf.s. nil whn saw him in action knew lie was n jxilcii- llnl star." Neyland's statement was: "Crnirr rume tliroiiBh for us handsomely. And T (ell yon. we'd have won the Duke urnne, if I'd discovered luiw i;ixxl he was sooner. I hud lilrn Dliiylni; a i;uard for nwliilo until our fullbacks stalled Betting hurt. T knew lie was a creiii defensive man. 1 found out ttuil lie was much holtT on nf- frnsc tlian I hoped. He c:ui really ulov; a line." J. T. Cialt. youi^er brother of Pete, plavrd at, hiilfback nn Ihe Volunteer freslimnn siuad tlie past season an<l will be comjiet- h:t! ivlih Pete nnd Ihc oilier Vol backs far a berth on the vtirslly next fall. Cape Pivo Swamps CIuun])inii Cliicks By '11-16 Score Tlie niythevlllo high school Clili-ka<aws. basketball champions of northeast Arkiuisns, were swamped in their first game of the sea.son when (hey invaded Cane Olirndeau. Mo., yesterday for a tilt with the College ]Ii>jh Preps. The Pi-eiv- won !i lo Ifi dlspla'y- ir; cotnplete n:;:stciy of the cliain- It was the first Maine of Ihe reason • for tlii: nivthcvllta hoojKters nr.d their first glimpse of fust southeast Mirsiun baskelball. Coach W. D. McClinkin of the Chicks was ;inable lo aecoiuiiany 1'is team lo Cri«', remaining l;e- iilnd because of the illnrss of his wife. ,lohn Holland ntconipamed ihe team. Tlie openiii'; line-up for the Chick-Prep tilt niythcvllle Mosley, f Koehlcr. c V/ilson, g Tiplon, g Ca|>c Poelz, f Scluvab. f Heller, c Heabaii'ih. y Out of every orkles married in England and Wule.s. one Is 1C years old, or less. 1-lIi'LL APPKKCIATR TllliS!.: J10SK . . . Uccau=t- (hcv'rc the IV nimiK Intrrwnvi'n lici'l and loc . .. Smart clocks and fanc\ weaves, also solid colors. 50c lo §1 IK)t)S-|'()N. Ti-x. <W> — Hoilst^ liilll; 1 p jhn-iiK-n a:i' deli.'niiliji'il j i~*~fi:ttA IH-di-nimns inih-.l rciiiiiin nn tl:i-|{ •tirb fthi!- ii-nlilc IiKti!s an> rud~|! Inlaid Attar Completed ROXBURY. \Vis. (UP)—A \xa\\- tiful inlaid.altar, the fruit of Ihrrr months' labor, is the lalcst masterpiece produced by the Rev. John J. Stealing. Roxbury's "car- pen'er priest" The altar ts red and white oak, and is ornamented with . novi;! eccltsiastical designs. No nails were used in its con- AtrutUon. Abraham Lincoln was about G • !wl 4 Inches tall and tlw lallesl br»l<1«nt of thf, United I;IB(C», Now Mead Clothing Co. ROXY Wed. and Thursday MAT. & NLTK—lOc - LESLIE HOWARD HEATHER ANGEL Valerie Taylor i»:;i»f« -'- Irene Browne a «• Ji : • Beryl Mercer -' I'ar:tni<iim1 News Thclniii Tddd ('omcilv FREE Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-2;lc A f o u r - iilarni frolic of furious fun. Amvri- .i's fuvoritu to median in hi The Per fed Fool HEA CHIEF CHARLES "CHIC" SALE-; DOROTHY MACK A ILL WILLIVil liOYI) EKPIE K[,LSLKR Directed by _<:HAR1.KS F. ItlESNER F«x News—Comedy Ten mi ion \i oincn tl.rlll.Ml u, I,., ,„ NOI/- aorotn ea GOIECK in her fl rit American picture "CRADLE SONG A jPiini/noi;?if Picture Silly Symphony I.cnn Krro! Comcdv niHi-iims Uioadcast 1);iiU (Ivor KI.CX al 12:2(l' Drainage District No. 17 Tax Pavers For. the- past few weeks the new-papers of (he enmity have carried a message from Hil'toii II. Scott, Federal Receiver of Drainage IMslriel No. 17, in which an ap|x-!il was made In tin- tax payers lo pay their 1D33 (axes. We. Hie iimlpi-sicncd. rea'.i/e tho vital imiwrtancc of Ilui proposed roliiiaiiriiij; of the Histriet UinniKli tho Reronstriieticiii I'inanee Coriwri-iion, and lvalue also that the smvessful eiilminalion of the propnsrd relinnnciiu; a great deal iipou (he Ro.,,1 faitli of the tax- payers themselves, lheret v ;re we are -jivint' our full co-operation to Ihc efforts of Mr. Scott and have paid our taxes. We iiiye every tax payer who Ki«- r.ot paid this years' tax to do so within the next ten days, before the delinquent list is filed. CHAPMAN & DEWEY LUMBER CO LEE WILSON & COMPANY COTTON FARMS COMPANY AUBREY CONWAY B. A. LYNCH R. C. ROSE RAMEY & CAUDILL FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22nd Get Your Auction Bucks With Each 25c Purchase Tonight and Thursday FREE SHOW 2 P. M. FRIDAY-RITZ THEATRE and Free Auction of 100 Prizes 2 Live Pigs 2 Geese 2 Roosters ft Turkeys 2 Ducks 4 Hums 4 24-Lb. Sacks Flour 2 Men's Horschidc Coats 2 Ladies' Silk Gowns 2 Men's Office Coats 4 Boxes Whitman's Candy 10 Vi lb. boxes Busy Bee Candy 2 Evening in Paris Toilet Sets 2 $4 Manicure Sets 4 Walgreen Toilet Sets 2 $5 Soda Tickets 2 Beautiful Toilet Sets 2 Doz. Cut Glass Tumblers 2 32 Piece Sets of Dishes 2 Enamel Roasters 2 Coleman Lamps 2 Sets A uto Seat Covers 8 Boxes Shotgun Shells 2 Genuine Leather Footballs 2 Hades Auto Heaters 2 Children's Dressers 2 Men's Suede Jackets 2 Ladies' Flannel Robes 2 Men's Beacon Robes 2 Boxes Mixed Candies 2 Men's Tie Sets 2 Beautiful Dolls 2 Coaster Wagons 2 Plan Trucks 2 Electric Irons 2 Double Boilers 10 BASKETS GROCERIES Knch Knskct Contains All of This: fi I«b. Sack Flour 1 l.n. Prunes 1 Uuiu-li, Celery 1 1 Hnx Salt 2 ] tail is 1 Kick Apples 1 IJnncli Grapes 1 JIox II a is ins I Lli. CofTee <_,in Corn I-ir^e Can Crrnm Uox Spaghetti [Tox forn Flakes Knx O;ilmeai f-'.iu Tomatoes Can Pork & Beira GRAND PRIZE AWARDS 10:30 a. m. $200 BEDROOM SUITE-$35 BICYCLE Do Your Shopping Tonight and Tomorrow At the Following Stores and Get Your Auction Bucks With Each 25c Purchase HUBBARD NATIONAL McMULLINS iE CO. GROCERY KIRBY DRUG STORES HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. BEN FRANKLIN STORE

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