PAGE SIX BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ... mm Litlle 'Giants of Foolball, Who .Humbled L.S.U., Seek Big Opponents. J , BY HENRY SltPFtt ' United''. Press Slaff Corresponclen SANTA CLARA, Cal. (UI>)- Sanla Clara, the mosl jxipnla football team on the Pacific Coajj after the Sugar Bowl victory ora Louisiana State,- will have UIL .makings of: another chfiniplonshl) team , this year. ' The Broncs from the little Jesul school lii the Santa Clara r valley lose eight icgnlar playeis by giad uatlort. "But even that Isn't cans .trig- Coach Lawrence Timothy (Duck); Shaw to worry. For li has the nucleus ot a winning tean returning. 1 plus . a flock of gocx players - from the freshman 'team , In -fact, Santa Clara's ma Jo •worry is not its team — but win to play. Due to the policy of tin Pacific Coast Conference — playlni each other Instead of "outside teams r- Santa Clara b casting about (or some tough teams from other sections. MarqucKc Oamc Kcuelil i Morquelte is being sought for one major game and Hie Bronco officials admit lliay me willing to play anybody In the country In order to round out n repre ' sentative schedule. Shaw, who has tucked away his coaching togs and now I working for n California oil company, believe, 1 ; if be can lies clop a good back to replace Ncllo Falaschl, All-America Quarterback who will be giadunlcd In June, Santa Clara will be formidable this, fall. The. Broncs also lose Its two strong: guards— pick ; Bassl and Li .Hodgers, • and v Bus McGee, lackle. But. there nio plenty of replacements available from the 19M lescryes and freshman team. In" the baclcfleld,, material Is .plentiful. Tlie Broncs have eight ' : first class- backs and out of that group Shaw figures to develop a player to replace Fnlaschi. Strong at Center , Center will l)e one extra slicing spot'. Phil Dougherty, considered by coast experts the best center in tlifs section, is returning. At end, the Bronci have an ex . cellent prospect— Larry stilngnri of Canon City, Colo. This 19a 'pounder Is described by Shnw as the best end he has Imd In eight sears." He is fast, a deadly tackier and against St. Mary's lie didn't yield ( an Inch around Jn's side of the line. Another prospect for end is: Dill Analui of Honolulu,, a sure ,pass caldier. Another Honolulu Bill Toomey, Is a lackle. And to round out this 'international line up,' the Broncs will have Manns Gomez,_ halfback from Mexico , City, In the lineup next jear Gomez was supposed to graduate in 'June. But he decided to quit school for the coming semester and return In the fall. /JEW EH6LANP GAVE mxei AMD NOW OFFfRS Ti6E%S To MfJE. VICTORIES SECOND PLACE Tinny Graysou Twilight Song Choice in Rich Hambletonian By.'NBA' Service NEW YORK ~\ Twilight Song 2:03','.!, champion 2-year-old trotter, has been established favorite for the rich Mamblelonian, Ken tucky Derby of the'harness hor ses, run at Goshen In August, Tlie filly, by the great Peter Volo, Is owned by William 'H Etranfj jr., of Brooklyn She brought only $1,000 as a yearlin in 1935, but rivaled her. two famous predecessors, Greyhound and Rosalind, as a juienlle. Do You Remember? Evcrybody's a baseball fan except those who live by the game, of course, there are exceptions, ! but they are comparatively few, No line of work gets les.s lime and attention from thaw dependent upon it than the great- majority of members of the profession give the diamond dodge. ."..-:' OuLside of Branch. Rickey, of the St. Louis Cardinals and a manlpJc of others, the only, persons' who secrn actually concerned arc; baseball writers and the, customers. They have devoted years to worrying about somebody else's business, ' , - - . From Commissioner Landls on down the line, those supposed .to he part and parcel of basebill hole in for tiro winter.. Scribes ; run themselves ragged trying to dig up sufficient fuel for the hot • stove league. Tilings have become so bad this off-season that wordy series fire beiiiB written about humble groundkccpers. , There was a time, when baseball was not as flourishing ns it is at present, that moguls and, managers mingled with the trade in order lo talk the game lip to van exploitation pitch. That was when tlie hot stove league really was'hot. The. old Indoor circuit has lost much of Its slow, whether the magnates know or care. The only ones vitally interested In It nowadays nre old line baseball writers. There Is too much else to see and discuss, winter racing has exceeded Its sponsors' wildest dreams. Hockey' Is a major sport Basketball rapidly is assuming big league proportions. Golden Gloves tour naments stimulate boxing. Bowline monopolize:; sports page space, am' whatnot. ... f Chicks Bid For Another Win Tonight The Blytlievllle Chtckasaws. who have created considerable furore In' county cage circles by , defeating Osceola and Manila in their first two starts tills season, again tackle the Osceola club in a ^ame nl Oi .ceola tonight, > . ' '• /•• The contest Is regarded'as one of Ihe hardest ,pro-tow namenl basketball games, In the tounlj In view Of.the 23-21 victory of the Clileka- saws over the Seminoles In their first meeting. Coach Sander has his bojb worl Ing in smooth fashion and Osceola has high hopes of igntn Cmie\ing the coi ntj cbainplonshlp as the Seminoles did last year. The loss to tlie Chicks 1? the onlj ono suiTertd by the Semlnoles "so far this season. Probably the most unusual feature of thi. chicks \lctoncs over Osceola and Manila \\as the fad that the chicks were Just plajing •their first games while Osceoln and Manila already had several under their belts,-especially Manila which had won nine straight before being slopped by the locals I James (Ace)' Puckett will again be in charge of the Chick team to ' night In the absence of Head Coach Carney Laslle who Is due In late tonight from .Lexington. Va,. whcr- '": sinned as assistant concli at V. M. r., cflcctlvc June 1. NRW NAVY COACH Feller Has Pitched Seven No-Hit Games One Yfar Ago Today — Urccn Bay Packers defeated the -West Coast All-Stars. 24-14, in a foot- tall ; game in San Franckco. Five Years Ago Today — Yale defeated Pennsylvania, 23-22, - at tasketbali In New Haven. By NBA. Service VAN METER, la.—Bob Feller, who Is completing his high school course here, Iros pitched seven 10-hlt games since starting Ills jaseball career In 1934 at tlie age of 15 % Tlie embryonic Cleveland sensation fanned 23 baiters to win his first complete nine-Inning jaine. • Ten Years Ago Today—Fordham defeated tiartmouth, 34-17 at basketball In Hanover. Hall Interferes With lirldKc. Even when you can find them baseball officials have little to'saj about their vocation, see Judge Landls and yon wind up with ai excellent Ashing or golf slory-or ar account of a trip to Arizona.'; Queried about night baseball, :Alva Uradley, president of the Cleveland club, said -that he was opjxwcd because It would tear him away from bridge. Managers no longer stick around to mingle with and play up to. the Paying guests in cities where tiiej run the works. Only nve of the 10 major league pilots reside In tlie burgs where they earn their livelihood. . For Instance, if a New Y'ort newspaperman wanls lo see Joi McCarthy of the Yankees, lie 'ha lo -.iliumc on lo Buffalo, wlieri.thc teasoji is ended. Bill Terry pi:. the Clant.s can't seem to get to Me'ni phis fast enough. Charley Gr'l'mii talks' about the Chicago Cubs-fron St. Louis county, Mo, Jimmy Dyke gives the:lowdown'on 'the btiicag .White so'x. from; Philadelphia pi Trayiior 'of 'Pittsburgh and Charle Dressen of Cincinnati can be' lo cnted somewhere in Indiana, If any, bcdy tries hard enough. Foe Cronin of the nnston Sox divides his time between Hilton 'and San Francisco. Bill M Kechnle of Hie Boston Braves hid out at Wilklnsburg. pa. Red asli _J7»n ELECTRIC' «;• ACT/rn.ENt " WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co I icul II n n J II iid nek ibcne of Bliicksl)ui'8,,.Vji., is Ilio new lic.icl football co:ich of Ihc United Stales Naval Ai-nck'iny. suCvonl- ing Lieut. Tom llnmiilnii. llunl- ivick served • as . nh ussistaiit under Hamilton. They were 1 e u m m ;i t e s as midshipmen, Hiirdwirk plnvinj; r m | in Iil2-l- 5-6. Hamilton goes lo sen imcliT the rcEuliilinn limiliiij; otliccrs to tlirce years of sliorc duly. PHONE 19 WANTED Government Loan Cotton : Phone 167 APPI.ERAUM liKOS. COTTON CO. Bcrdy KWg. niythcvllle, Ar! Marriage Service Speeded TURLOCK,' Cal. (UP) —Justice Dan E.: Kilrpy has solved the problem of not allowing urgent marriages to slow the wheels of justice. He has perfected a 'short marriage sen-Ice" for couples who appear during a trial. ORDER A CASE OF GOOD CHEER MADE WITH ARKANSAS RICE ' ' ,Distributed 'by -.' i , ' •' MIDWEST DISTRfBUTING CO, M" ,W11 thrvillr, AHt| i « i Phone 63 Read Conner News Want Arts PRINCE ALBERT ROLL-yOUR- OWNS DRAW EASy TOO- SMOKE SLOW AND COOL. IGETAROUND70TAST/ CIGARETTES IN EVERY TIN SINCE YOU PUT ME I ROLL 'EM QUICK ANPEASXTOO BEING FACKEP EASY TO HANDLE. AND THE SPECIAL'CRIMP CUT'TOBACCO LIES RIGHT IN THE PAPER. It's your turn to try P. A. on money - b ^ ( ^ orua " to " o~ll~«nr*i«.lf aOiwcil cigarette* from Prince ^ • Rollyouriel! 3Uiwcll cigartllci Ir find ihem the firic.t, lailiwl OTerj 2.0 tilt or Print Alb.rt. Manila , Loses to . Cooter at Cooler COOTER, Mo,, Jan. 10—Fte- gurdle.s.s of the outcome of the putecjj Manlla-OxAcr IridQ- lenilent cage game at Manila last, week the Cooler team •tilned an undisputed victory icre lost night, winning a hard fought. contest, 23 to 20. Each team claimed a 21 to 20 victory In extra, 'periods In the game played lost week. rlsch of the St. Ixiuls Cardinals a resident of New Rochelle, N. . The wandering Mickey Coch- nc .seldom gives Detroit a tumble hen the Tigers are not there. The Brooklyn club finally got Us eld marshal as far east as a Misouri farm, which is where Burlelgh rimes hangs out. Tele phone rates , least'are cheaper than v>-;ien it as necessary to call Casey. Stengel , Oleiidale, Calif. ' One would believe that the own- rs at least would insist upon their cad men drumming up a bit of ado by being something more mn visitors during the season, ohn McGraw helped to build Hie lanls and lo surround them with lamour by being a part of Broad- ay. * * * igers Now Open > All Invitation!). Perhaps the magnates want nian- ;er.s to be strong silent men. There as bccri evidence of this In con- ectlon with players, The cardi- al nianagenient attempted to' gag y Dean when he was doing n well Job of selling Its goods. Bill Terry said that Lefty O'Doul talk- d too much. -. . Most o( the noble athletes obvi- usly are not interested In.' the vorld series, unless they are <par r Iclpants, for mighty few of th^m ttcnd. The big bosses arid some nnnagers' and players Imre-be'en old toward the all-star, game, the acket's best advertisement and n how staged for the players' owii liarlty. It's like landing a large leaping una with a light rod to get, the vcrage player to attend a dinner r function arranged for lilm by admirers. There was the case in >etroit last summer when • only landfill of Tigers .put, hi an appearance. You' can Imagine,.the liagrin oj those who didn't have he lime or inclination when they llscovercd that'each .of those who did attend returned with'j a : now utomobite. Maybe they'll drop iu text time, if any. Just now, expensive diamond uminaries are more concerned .with .heir*annual B0 ]f tournament at Sarasota, Jan. 21-^4, than they are about promoting their occupation. ~olf, blunting, fishing—anything but baseball. . ,••, ,-.,:.-•' . It must have been Abner Doubleday who tagged it the-national lastime. TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1937 fELpFEtt Dynamite Joe Too Tough For Wildcat; Myers Wins Preliminary. By. J. P. Dynamite Joe Dlllinnn, Birmlng-- liam, Ala., trounced tlie Canadian Wildcat, Roy Welch, In spectacular fashion last night In the main event, of the'weekly wrestling show of the American l/cglon. Dynamite took advantage of a slip by tlie Wildcat lo turn the trick, and should consider himeslf just plain lucky to win from Welch. Roy had the Alabaman in tlie middle of an airplane spin. As he started the final flop lie became overbalanced. When ihey came clown to the mat Dilhnan turned just enough to flip Welcli Instead,of being thrown himself, it ivas one of the most unusual finishes of ths season. As was expected [lie big boys put on quite n. show, saving nothing from tlie fairly large crowd that braved the wintry blasls. Dillman took the first fall In 18 minutes with a crab hold after dominating the match with his superior strength and questionable tateics. He had Roy In a bad way several times but the Canadian always managed to come oiit. Welch secured head lock and opened fire ivliii head Hips. He flipped oft Dillman's head and Joo came up with the winning hold. , \Veich took tlie second fall with some shoulder blocks, followed with a jackknife. It was a battle from then on. Dillniau tossed 'Welch out of the ring four ttlmes. welch countered with flying tackles but was never quite able to connect sollcily. He came near knocking himself out by missing cleanly and colliding with the ropes. The end came after 23 minutes. .r Ray Myers, Louisville, Ky., was forced to exert himself to win from Jack Barnett, Marion, 111., in the semi-final. Myers look the first and third falls. Barnett, substituting for Floyd Byrd.who was injured in a match Friday night, gave a ijood account of himself but Mver's «>u>i perlence proved to be the deciding factor. Burnett had appeared be- fore in a relief role—against the heavy Gorilla Dougan—several weeks ago. Myers Introduced a new hold to the fans to take the first fall In 10 minutes, it was a swinging full Nelson followed by n body pin. A deadly surf board turned the trick for Bafnott and evened the score. Time: 11 minutes. Barnett showed his mettle by coming out of a Japanese leg lock and a back drop loe hold before succumbing in 17 minutes to a back body trip and a double jackknife Jim Cavasher. human macaroni model, won from Elmer Wright In a three-round boxing match to feature the prelims. Cavasher took two cantos. Cavasher weighed 143 to 137 for Wright. They are Bly- Ihevllle amateurs. James o'Hannon and Edward Smith, two Promised Lapd youths, weighing 62 and 13 pounds, respectively, made their second appearances wilh anoljicr great scrap. These youngsters threw plenty of leather during their trio of rounds. William White (134), Dyersbur« Tenn., and Virgil Needham (HI) Blytheville, .fought to an even draw in three rounds, to opsn the show. 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