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PAGE srx JLJTHEVILLE. (ARR) Fill IWSW Johnny Goodman and Vir,:.' ginia Van Wie Crowned King and Queen. ' ' .BY JIMMY DONAIIUK NEA Service Sports \Vrit«r i. The vise of llv; amateur marked !he golf year of 1933. .'. Since 1930. whoi Bobby Jones won the National Open, no nma- teiir was able \o tuVn the trick until Omaha's Johnny Goodman upset the tab 1 .. 1 on the pros nnd won at] .Chicago by a brilliant score of 287, OM less than Halpn Cluldahl,' youns St. Louis pro. The putstamnng feature ol the year was Ural on'.y two uolf champions of 1932 v.c&lhered the bloim of challenges Ircm young bloodi —and they were women! .When Enid Wilson won her third straight b'.itish women's title, she/held o'l the hounds foi another,, year, and ,\vhen Virginia Van Wie, Chicago lassie, took- the - O. S. women's in her hoine town. it was. her second straight ,lri]J to life' throne. . , • ' . - l * * - • it. was,,,™';' iorsy-£ur'vy your 'for men .club ^swingers, all (he titleholders '6f. 1932 being unseated. In addition 'lo Goodman's, .un| nexailoii of, an'*. Sarazen's U. S. . ppea; title,. sevoial. other young- tiers^rria'de. their mark in Ihe golt .world. ,'',. '", , 'I'.Cine. V 6f them \vas Paul Hunyan, the. White Plains, N,.Y., pro. Run- van topped llic Agua 'callcnte Open, which r.'at.cd' him well up omohg 'the money Dinners on the winter golf trail and cashed In on several other mh.or tdurnam;nls. •'Craig'.Wood, another youngster, jpye promise of bcl.iig.even better lharj Riinyan. He started off llic jsenr'..'.'by' winning three 'straight winter/ tpurnnn-.ents—the .. San .Francisco,' "Pasadena, and Los Angeles pperis-f-arid finished, by. play- 'hlg/'orT. a" tic with" Denny Shute foi..British .Open honors., ,The.North.-'and south'p'pcn, the. las]t'. .of the' y;j 'winter.' (ourna- : m«nls, .went to 'Jce. Kirkwoud, the' trjfk'shbt urtL.',. "'Jqc. tied up the tdg.oj tricks, he displays in stage tr>ur3i",|and,.£eti:rQ down to seri- cus.'iolf to win lhls..one. Jos .also won; trie/Canadiar. Open. . • '•''* - 1k •' •'' • The 1 foreign; hl\asi6n"ol . Ainerl- Vari "pros ,anrl"amateurs, was d'ls- astrpusi;,' bne" u arlght spot, how' ; "le victory ' of Dc'riiiy 'Billlsh' Open. "This . ,. ..Jxs'U.. S. Ryder Cup fqu'ad, compixjed. of Hagcn, 'Sarazen, 1 'Dutra,' Shute, Wood, Dudley, Ujcge.l,,Runyan Smith, and Burke, dropped the' cu;\ matches to. Johny'.-Buli's team. , '.'(jeorgc "DunHp, \tlie. young eastern ^amateur" v:ho won the North nmPjSoulh/Arni'teur, was. the only son. of .Uncle'So m to: make a.fair ihqwins in .the' British Amateur. ;He[went/through'to the seml- finjils"bt .thLs'tcunaineni, only to be. eliminated:, by Ihe Honorable Michael .Ecqttr a' veteran : of more, lhan'"50 years/who wept on to' \vln.;in the'Annals.' ... / Diinlap, howeiK, proved, himself lo be the class of the field in the II. S..National 'Amateur, held at Cincinnati. He won through to the finals, and In that round eliminated Ma* Marston, Philadelphia veteran. Some other rising amateurs were revealed durinj the year. Among them, were Wal'.er Emery, Unlver- fl'.y.pJ Oklahoma star, who won the.,. Intercollegiate; Charles For- u ffi '.%ye.ar-oM.. iron worker ot San. F^nttsco, ^-lio .beat Hobcrt I«e MUler,,pf Sari Francisco in the National. Public,I-iriks' tournament: Albert "Scotty; .Campbell, who brought the Ca'naciian Amateur title'.to the United States, ond Gus Moreland, VMv?, Tex., boy. who ostrous ' One arlgh ever 1 , 1 ' was'-the victp Sh'ille. In the'Billlidi taine'/aftef^thc U.. ! Upset the Pros Johnny Ooo&lnin . . . llic first 'iimaleiir to wii, the U. S. Open since Hobby Jc:irs. Champ Attain __ SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1933 GIFTS for Her Take away tlic drudgery of washing In the LCinlnij years. Buy Her" an A]«x Washing Machine. E. B. GEE SALES CO. ATTENTION MEN! A small cash payment, will give your wife the perfect gift—A HOME. See our listings. THOMAS LAND CO. THK I'XHFECT Gll-T ''FOH HUB" " rU/AHb'l'II ARDEN'S - VKNKTIAN TOILET Preparations KXCt.USK'KLY AT IIORUM'S Have Snnta Bring her a'box of Hulllnt'swortirs Canrly. fitted bnK. cosmetic set, comtwcL,'stu tlor.cn 1 . card table or purse. K01I1NSO.N IIRUG STORE LOUNGING 1'AJAMAS Something ncw...nayon Corduioy I'njamns in high shadc-s with cent of (.outriding color. Set 55. NEW" YUKK- STORE Beauly Brings Happiness The ChrLitinaK .Season will mc.in more lo lief If .she hits a hew r-eimanent. Make her a present of one. GRACE tt.ANOKt: S1IOPPK DAINTY SLEEP TOGS Gowns and Paimnas tailored ol a nlcu (junllty ?ilk Crepe in Pink '1 en-'Rose. nnd Blue nl 52^5 . NEW-YORK STOKE' SILK 'NEGLIGEES Daintily tailoro;! of Flat Crepe In Blue, Pencil, Pink and Black A Eifl she'll -rippreclate. 5298. J. C. 1'ENNEY CO. J-'OK MEN QNI^Y! ! ! . If j6u \vant to niakc^ 'your wife love you Ihe year roinid give her n Dodge or Plymouth,'iuitomaljllL 1 . Reasonably priced and' pmilpp<^ with all the..conveniences dear to n woman's heart. ' .X t .-' 15ARNETT AUTO SALES llrkn.v Rubtns(fin's Cninp.icts, PowdcRi, Lipsticks Exiluslvely it-.-Borum's •. " -^ A,-.lasting, gilt ror ,yonr.: irlft—A : prlgidalre, '.he most - modern lectric refrigerator on', et. E. B. 'Car Skies Cb/ Give Somelhlr; Tracllcal She will, appreciate! a .gift she' can ivear. We ruggest Scarf Sets, hosiery, Purses. ' Gloves, 'Hats, Blouses. Sweater Suits, Dresses and Sweaters : nndi Skirts.'. ri< .: THE LADIES TOGGERY From Santa, A New Permanent Add to her lupplness at Christmas by giving. her a new. Per- laiient'at'our mcxlcrn shop. .. Marfarcl ndrn Beauty '.Shoppe ••A BEAUTIFUL WATCH Would make hor most happy. The new styles ns created by Gnten, Bulovn and Elgin. .- .••.-.: GUARD'S JEWELRY'! STORE ' Virginia V.m Wie . . . iron the U. S. women's golf crown' for the -'econd time. Hooks ; and Slides 1'nln Ooes West proved he. is rehdy for big time ^, by winning .'the Trans-Mississippi , of lllc ""t-'^ntllng develop- and ranking us second amateur in Km' h ,!, h ^ ycar '" sporls WM the. National Open ' . heraldc <3' " reached its real- TTw. Miaml-BUtmore and Call- ', 1 " 1 , at C ', ltCn8 °, whcn n tcftm '"-'• Open, two. of the vear's £„ ^, ™ stnrs !cd by Tomi . ^ ^ me sears Hitchcock wns beaten by a team from the west In ihe first "world last tournamenii, were won by o;ct campaigners, Willie MacFarlnne snd Leo piegp\ respectively. Behind VlrginLi Von Wie in u,u. list of women golfers comes Helen scries" of poto. Tlic who won seven tourna- .and. minor championships being ,, eliminated In the - Hicks, merits before 0 _ rtl ^ vl -National 'by Virginia; Maureen Orcutt, who won the North and South and went through to ihe Eem-flnals of the National, andLii- cile Robinton of DC* Molnes. who defeated Miss Van Wie to win the Women's Western. Golf Winners U. s. Amateur, George D.iinlap: c Open, Johnny Goodman: Amateur, Hon. Michael S. British iwim>;i Scott; British Open,"b^nny Shute; Ryder Cup, England; North and South Open, Joe Ktrkwood; Western Open, MacDonald Smith Western Amauriii, Jack Weslland; Canadian Amateur. Albert Campbell; Canadian Open, Joe Kirkwood. British'' Women's, Enid Wilson- U. a. Women's, Virginia Van Wie; fcllwv wnnt "• Otller to CEDAR CHESTS For the younger girl or mother.. One of these . beautiful Walnu finish Cedar Chests. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. We suggest Cosmetics, Purses Candle Holderc. Bud Vnses. Nun nelly's Candies, Perfume, Atomiz rs, Compacts, Stationery. KodnK! FOWLER DRUG CO. sweep-swingers from Washington came to Pottghkeepsic 10 years ngo defeated n fine Navy crew and re- urncd the following year to prov. nnslcry. A few years later Call fornia sent a great eight east t repeat the works ol Washington. • i Football Follows The east long ago must have realized that Its mootball teams fast and smart though they were could not play in the same league "•uh the overpowering westerners Beginning with 1921 the east became accustomed to western domination by track squads from the Pacific coast. California sent winning teams in 1921. "22 and '23 •'" surprised In 1924, but South- DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Atomizers, Peiliime Sets, Brldg Cards. Compacts, P.ingburn Candles, Houbigant and Coty Pirfume Sets. Heating Pads, an oihcr gifts sh- will like. BELL'S PHARMACY 'our sentiments ore best express- eil whcn you ftiy it with FLOW- IRB. Hcalon's. Home of Flowors. t^'mar- Glfls.,Any Man Can- Use No-Fade Silk Pajamas' $4.95". Homer 'ajamns 53.95, Phoenix Graintex Wrinkle-proof Ties 50c up. Knox Jnts $5 and ?7.50, Initial Hankies Oc to 25o, 'Anpy.' and Fruit of the .com Shirts'.. J1.B5; nip,-..-.Overcoats S15 upi;-Society ''-- Coats.gV -• ., ILAVNES ..SATIN,.UNDIES i . beautiful, te'.rous satin In Tea Rose, Pink p:id Blue,- expert^ nllored Slips.. Dance .-Seta"..and Gowns. . .,'... NEW,YORK. STORE lial women Ihe Perfect Gift — Wliat 1 ove"^ KAYSpft'jS. r 'nnd[)rwcn. ;loves, - hosiery.; Reasonably, priced ••/ 'Jack Applfbinm's Family GIFTS A Gift For All the Family— A Delco lighting plant. Also Dele Radios for country homes. E. B. GEE SALES CO. RADIOS-A:'. gift an :the famili enjoys. Ask for'.'demonstration : E..B, GEE.-SALES'CO. THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coupon Book for til fnmily or friends, $2.50 and $ Good anytime. RITZ and ROXY THEATRES GIFTS /or Him V/hy not jlv: him an Office Clialr Cushion, Treasure Chest or .SlK-aflTcr I'oi for Christinas? ACTON FKIN1INC CO. Phone 10 STETSDN HATS Li.y him a Gitl Cerlincatc in a mlnialure 'Hni Box and let him •e'fct it. $5. NKW MKAD CLOTHING CO. tilKH' KARI.Y Gin 1 stocks are coinjiltte nowmi(l a small payuipiit will hold' any aillcle until Christmas. • (HJAKD'S JKWKI.KV STOKE We Know What He Wants . 'arker Desk S-:t, Vlpc, Clyars, or Shaving Set or Staalfer. Pen. ' ' BELL'S PIIARMACV He'd Like n'.Nc'w Scarf! We .have the very kind. THE LADIES TOGGERY ivc a Pen. and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. KOBINSON DRUG STORE , You can please him with a Pipe, Billfold, Box "of Cigars, Shaving Brush or a rushlight. .'" FOWLEil DlttlO CO. <'|- ' Sli.K PA JAMAS ,v" Witli';or .without' sash, jplain or brocaded, : ocst quality, all' colors. $6 and $7:iHK l -'f.-^.- t e-^ IKEW' MEAD '"«A<iTHlNG, ; CO.'v •-•" . i •""'-,•• , T - \ • >: : • GIFTS J ' Home , e Give Ideal Built-in Furniture All'Kinds of Cabinets- AKKMO, [.UMBER YARD Santa CL-ius' Headquarters >Ve Sell Everyt.'ling—tlie best quality Xtnas Gifts. Radios, Musical Ii'Slruments, C'liidles, I^imps, Ua- iher aoo<ls, Glassware, Electrlcni Gifts. .. ,.,...., PAitkllUKST Co', 109' E. Main """'GIFT* f-ak Ends, ,Ash Trays, What-Nots. Vases; BbuUol'r,^Lamps. • Table aujjps antr novelties of all kind's. JKWEIRY STOKE .\ '-'. ' • f GIVE somctlilng :practica]—'cutlery, Ijird cages, aluminum warc.'toa.sl- crs, electric irons, .clijcks, wa;ches. OBERST' STOHE' co. Make your home modern and convenient for Christmas with built-in cahiriets, shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. R. J. Peterson, 200 N. 2lst Your dinner will not be complete without FLOWERS for Xmas. lleatcii'.s Home ol Flowfrs . Quick ^MeaVoil Ranges.. Ciosley Radios, Sealy Matlfe'sies, Slumbcroh' Mattresses, "'Delux Springs. Lounge' Chairs an'd;''C)tto- msn, Rockers,. Occasional Jchairs, Ftudio Cqyches, ChUds.Beds.Chllds nockers, >Hlih''Chairs, Pesks, Cedar CLests, Cajd'Table's,'Tables^Oc- ccslonal, '; ftbdli, ''jEnd,"^'Medicine Cnbinets, Mirrors., ,. '-' ' •'•• CHARLES S. LEMONS Ciod Furniture at Moderate Cost DEEP NAP BLANKETS 0x80 Deep Knnp Double Blankets in a beautiful range ot plaids. J2.79. GOLF EQUIPMENT . If he plays golf lie would he delighted with a new club or two A complete rr a box of balls. stock at all prices. IIUBBARD HARDWARE CO. DRESS .CLOTHES . Tuxcdcd aild 'ell accessories! Tuxedos priced 125 lo $35. • NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rnyon and all woo: Flannel Robes in a choice selec : tlon of colors. $4.49. •• J. C. PENNEY CO. CABINET SMOKERS He'll really*appreciate one of these Cabinet Smokers Low priced loo. • i •<•:• - • -.-•;- "-i"- ' - MIKISTMAS .TOYS for nil a Speclafiy'priced. Obtrst Store ages Co. We Have What They Want! Skates, Tricycles,-Scooters, bicycles, .Coaster Wagons, Buddy Bikes, ijflcs iStevein, .Harnil(on nnd : prjJisfield) PbcVefKrifvesr, Flasli- .fgliiis, \Vatchc-sJ- Hinting 1 knives, Bflffly Barlori'^Air R'UIesiand com- L'lnMlon Scout Knives and Axes, inrjifdlng.- carrier, r • > • -. \\ '• BURKE HAKDWARE CO.' "We Sell 'For Less" ' Bicycle Tires,-rjorns. Saddle's, Baskets, Handle Grips, Spokes Wheels, Rims, Brake Parts, Repairing. Carney's .Shop. 113 S. First St Phone 643. - ;.. -i !i|r. ; . :• '.(I | !•••- jPECTAL assortment of gift novelties; games, stationery, candy. -<•••• ••• BORrars "• i • Give Somethlnf : EljcttIcal ql ,, Table and Floor Lamps, ji tq JJO Westlnghouse' Irons. Heatingif ads Percolators, Toasters, - Bathroom Heaters, Waffle Irons, and other pppllances. Xmis-Tree Decorations and .-Light Sels. ' . - • Walpple Electric Shop 500 W. Main Phone 314 TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables End Tables...Every kind of t.ibli ...And they always make an nc ceptable gift. HUBBARD FliRyiTURE CO. PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the children things that will lost such ns Tricycles, Coaster Wagons,- Skates, Air Rifles. Bicycles, etc. All priced most reason- rbly. •^• l --• lye yonrself;UjyXinas* r giirt; Have .your WATCH repaired-by'an ex- pe.tt., -O'Bryantr Aldridje Jewelr; Store-~7> : :V; -;V. ; '--r-'^'i-.^ A FhotoEnph—the. Perfetl Gift., ErducfJ .balldiy''!)^ l-frt-'Do'yle.'iiext door to Heauliful, Inc-xpenslve artificial WREATOS .K?>. the : graves of loved one's av"'Xmas.;..- ' within his own state. Soon every lad big enough tc toddle onto the courts was whaling away with « acquet. A veritable army moved ixm eastern nets nnd took home ups by the score. Vcw Heroes Bui—polo! This was the east'.'; same, with Its Mllburn. Hitchcock, Stevenson, and lad been the east's .-- „ .., .ji f ern California ruled In 1925 and •2s. Then Stanford took up its four-year rclgn where the Trojans In tennis the east had Its in• • : -t • •• ennit* * ail TTIU, ••*• k"-iiiLU-j I HI 1 CdSt flilu ll c Women s Western, Lucile Robin- comparable Tildcn of course. „ ..^«^t. .1, uutiiu nuuin- .'on; IntercoUeemte, Waller Emery; Trans-Mississippi, Gus Moreland; P. G. A., Gene Sarazen; Metropolitan Open, Willie „. • ~ • ••*•%.«! \Jl bUlll JK.', Big Bill was a whole conrtfnl 0 players. But. 20 years ago a red- haired roisterer from California Webb. It own game -— ..... since 188G when a team of Hone, Lawley. Little, and Watson took its first International lesson fron the British. Chicago saw the end of eastern domination that stretched back over 50 years. Hard-riding Texans Cecil Smith. Rube Williams, nn their col>orts. took some western football principles, a little of the Ore and dash of Mnurlce Me Loughlin. added n bit of blocking and tackling nnd became champ . -.-..., •..me Macrannne; > -°"" : cas ' and started firework antl lacitimg anti Miaml-Blltmore, Willie MacFar-1 "~ al revolutionized the game Hlsi lolls of the world. lane; National Public Links, Chas.|»J me *«s Maurice Me Lou ghlin and I The west has swept Irresistibly «"«»• ' nls Bame was tough. He rudely across the last great barrtcr-un _ : — crushed aside the nlectles to which less you count roque. croquet, an T__,A,_ , I Ul e east had become accustomed archers'. Maybe (hose snorts wl London confectioners exhibited : and began a scorching game which ' ' mose. sports MOO varieties of candy at their 1933, the east had to copy to hold Its convention; one firm alone had, ,22 |°wn ton» o( »t Mclaughlin Blurted something . be next. Catgut really comes from th Intestlnrs of aheep, Budapest Experts Claim New Vitamin in Rye BUDAPEST. 'cU!')—A hitherto inknown vilair.vi must be con- aincd In rye, two physiological -•xpcrts, Professor Arthur Ziicsek 'nd Dr. Stefan Wctser. explained •t the coneluM.-ri of a series of eccnt experiments. Animals fed on rye anri wheat, respectively, showid markedly different rencilru. Thoie gcuing wheat put on more weigh;, but those living or, i rye diet became more vigorous ti\A active. Further examination showed that the ryo diet stimulated the sex glnnd ol the animals, both male nnd female. In old specimens, a marked rejuvenation ef- ffi L NSWERS ~"1S ^ feet was noticeable. The two scholars declared tli ; \t 'n order to explain these olltctS the existence o( a new \iiamlri must be assumed. Further rc- :rnrch will bo.made to detect the nature of this n,'w substance. Meanwhile. Professor Xairsck to Include more rye in the iii'ct ol Ihrir rattle. 'Armory Will B« Dark On Next Monday Night The armory will be dark Clirlst- las night, the usual Mon'day night resiling card being dispensed with lirougn the holiday period. It Is possible that the series of weekly cards will be resumed Monay week. Tlia. closes! presidential race tn U. S history w.is In 1ST8, when Rulherforil n. Hayes was electeil by 1S5 ilcftcr.il voles ngalnst ISt for Samuel J. Tililrn. although Tihlen's popular vote WAS greater ANNA CASK was the first Metropolitan opera singer (o receive' her entire iinislr.il Ir.iialng In America. At (lie IIMlle of Cellys, Inn-E, GKXKri.M, MKAUE led the Union forces ami GEXKBAL LKB the Confederate. Geysers, the named world over, ar, G-ysir" o •* . Iceland, which now Is only a steam ing t»ol, . ':§ Rabbits use their teeth [reely in fighting among themselves, but they will not bite a man even in self- defense. Magallanes, Chile, uses postage stamps as change when there Is shortage of coins. In Colonial days, it was considered a serious offense, to smoke within two miles of a church on Sunday. For Sale Uundlcs - 25c Special attention large orders. CHICAGO MIU, & CO. "BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less We have the 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'ay Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We bnve no delivery. No porters or high powered salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as to how and why. Come In and Be Convinced. We Accept the Challange. 01JU MOTTO BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY Sells For Less And We Have One Price To All Free Ice Water and Rest Rooms for Men, Women and Children

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