PAGE SIX BMfTHEVn,LE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS The '98* Wrong Club ' ' * * * * iiilo I he, Gridiron Gawic of Guessing Winners Locals. Appear in Worsl Shape of Season Awaiting Opponents' Arrival IIV J, P, FKIIWI) Blythevlllc Chickiisaws vs. Plg- i'ott Mohawks! Thiit's the weekly sporting cllsh that is offered steaming hot off tire gridiron tonight for the cou- tuniptloii of Ihe fans. "Soup's on 1 ' nt 8 p. in. uucfcr (lie Mnzdns n( Haley Field. ] Coaches Carney Lasllc mid, James "Ace" J'uckelt sent their crippled squad through ;i final workout under the Ugh;* last night. Tlicy were pronounced to be. in the worst shape .since the' season began. Basil Ixicke, star halfback, and one of • the mast consistent ball carriers, Is sick.' Eddie Sitliba, fullback, also has been ailin? lor some time. Alfred -Slick'' .Meredith, ai;d John "Wimpy" Burns, understudies to Ihe regulars, have not fully re- < coveted from twisted nnklcs anil' knees. Hacklirhl a I'rolilciu Since there are but seven back< listed on Ihe squad a big prcb- ' 1cm confronts the tribal mentors. Several avenues are possible. Eu- j ycne Blackwell, end. who perform-1 cd last year c.s a ball carrier, may ! be shifted to Locke's pest. Or, the • cripples will have to be nsed.J Meredith appears to have the In-; side call. Uiirns has been working put :regu!ar]y, loo, but hasn't recovered as much as "Slick". Saliba likely will start at fullback. Hcr- shel Mosliiy will do the slgnnl calling with the dependable Oncll! U Craig rouiutlng out tlie rmu-tet. i The line starters, in all probability, will be (he same a'; have .t(alured ths four victories, unless; UlacktteU is switched. In that case ' Red" Baxter, who has been su'i-; bing for Purllc at center, will take \ care of the terminal. The others me- llpton, end; Rayilcr and Walker, tackles; Lindsey and Ums- tord, .guards; Purtle, cr-nte:-. I'igjott Crijiplccj Also ,Word comes ironr Coadi C. A. Hamilton that he too is having quite a lira; keeping the Snlu-mnry rid of his athletes. Three have been nursinj aches but he hopes to ha\c his full strength to throw against the Chicks when the opening whistle sounds, GAME Army- Yale California. Wnslilngloii I'urduo- Canioijlii Tecli Mls'ourl- Oilcauo Oimr-ll- l*rhirelon Jlarvanl- Uarlniouth Dnkr.- Trtnft'fiwp rordnain- So. MHhodlr.t nvil.ni,->- Cleoi'ijlu Tech Mlchisan- Illinob • Mlnneiioia- lo'.va Mebra.ska- lawu Stud! Texas Chrislian- Ccnlonary Ocurgia- Alabaina Navy- 1'eun North Curollna- N. Carolina State Ohio Slate Northwestern Notre D.nne- Wlsconsln Oregon Slnto- Waslilnjjton State So. Callfornia- Slnnford UIce- Tcxas HAHItY OH VV.SUN J'ilKS Yale 13-7 Calliornla 13-1 t'urdua M-V Chkjigo 2'i-a . PrlnciHon : H-0 lli'i'vircl 13-7 i, une M-7 So. Methodist u-v ; H-7 Mlnne.'.'Ota 2(1-7 Nebrnska H-7 Texas Christian I'1-V Alabama M-7 Penn u-i- ' N. Carolina M-7 Ol>lo State H-O i Notre Dame, 20-0 Oregon Sink H' 7 Stanford JOCK Army 20-7 Washington 13-0 . Canute Tceh 13-7 Princeton 2H-0 nnrlniiiiilli 13.7 So. Methodist 12-7 Minnwotn H-o Nebraska v-0 Centenary 13-u Alabama (j. 0 Nllvy :»-ti N. Carolbui H.O Ohio Slat"25-0 Notre Dame 20-0 COI'Uir.R NEWS iil'iil'v-, i;i>mw H<:KS Yale 13-12 California 12-V 1'lirdiie 7-0 Princeton 24-0 Harvard 12-0 llufcc !a-« Fo.'dliam 12-7 . Tulunc 18-0 YOU 1'ICK G •! Nr.v; 14 -0 N. C.ir'.luu 12:7 Olilo State IS-o Notre Dame 18-0 Washington Slnlc Washington Slate 19-7 n-« Stanford 20-13 Texas H-o So. California T-C 12-7 u.», Dartnioulh WU IU> inlti.,1 test] is coming back, but the Tide' ; of rcn) Wg icneiic warfare when It I »'!«• lengages Harvard, The crimson] ' " • • sophomores. are gaining experience,! Other Southern games should J H - Dlnckbm-n. superintendent of the city schools at Paragonld, find former Hcndrlx performer, will referee. OfheK'ofiicials are' rraiif, Wbltrrorlli, 'umpire; Dick Poltei, heart linesman; John Hol- Hnd, field judge. BUffiim TO. MEET Sectional Disputes To Be Narrowed Down Considerably This Week TIjr JOCK SUTHERLAND Head Coach, University o( PITTSBURGH, Pa.—Next Saturday, Oct. 27, ought to be declared a legal holiday for football fans, for the bill of fare is one, of the most api^li/.ing ..of thq ; year.V. ; [Games of iiitersectinnal rivalry are not so frcmiciit, but the'lend-' ersliip of various sections is going lo be pretty well cstabllsTied" by sundown. ' ' but nol enough ID stop the iwiwr attack that I look for ninlk's Big Green eleven to unleash. Only Princeton and Columbia with Cornell n nd Pcnn state furnishing the opposition can be called real favorites. Hi Ihe niWdlewcst, Minnesota better Ihnn ever, will drive annth- cr spike In ||s title claims by winning over IQWII. Illinois is due to get a long-awaited chance to celebrate a victory over Michigan, unless Ipke's outfit gets back in a winning stride In u hurry. Ohio State should win against Northwestern as It pleases. Elmer Layden's rejuvenated Notre Dame varsity is going to-out- speed Wisconsin. . . . ; I 1 ", 1.",° , S ° Uth " !Cn ^ C1 ' Wi ^' b ° established when Duke; anti' Tennessee get throng), t},e!r rii-juriii-nl. I I link that the game will go to Wallace Wade's Blue Devils Tiny Thornhtll's Indians, rxwcrlul nnd experienced, will l H1V e n slight edge over the Trojans, Another banner game will bring '•'aether Washington, anollier favorite for the llllc, and California. Calliornla Is good, but jimmy |>], c la» has the sluir tt t WaslihiBto». nnd the Huskies irust be ruled the favorites. In the Southwest, Rice and Tnx- ns meet In a real feature. We liavc to give the Ijmshorns the edge over the O'i'ls, although ii will be u great game. , MOORSTO, cal. (rj|>,._ A possible contender for the leaping championship of frngdom |, a - ; ( round liere today. Donald Clark loiind (he frog m .„, irrlsi ditch, n possessed S |v \ eiili ima was ihoiylit to be cliumplonslilti "laterfal. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1934 All-plane.'! cannot fly In an In- vwlwJ jirallloii for any J; reat dls- llllK'C. Will Headline Armory Card; Si-.: i: Takes On La\vo Cyelons Burns ol Atlam! Fla nnd Flojd Gail Byrd ot Louisville! Ky, will meet in the feature match on Monday night's wrestiiiw card at the armory. Tlie match will be two out of tlnee full sover the two hour or less time limit. Burns won over ISyrd Alabama's Crimson Tide- hai M-, " ' I eos - v rwv to »os in its eame v Jlie two major imersectional bat- Georgia, (or Harrv - - ' ' ties nnd Southern Methodist.meet,-' ins Fordham in Nev/ York, an<l Chicago playing host-to Missouri D~spite the fact thnl s. M. u. Is not having a sensational season I look for it to give Fordliam n lot of trouble. | Chicago should have little trouble I with Missouri. Yale and Army iiPiulline Ihe >ast- • •n tilts, and on •• . ,-,:> t i cnn so ^ I <Imig in sight ;,-.;. , ii v ». s \ ve V j c l wry for Lieut. Gar Davidson's Cadets. And while Army k trimming Vile. Knottier service team, Tom Ho Million's Navy eleven, will nnd tl'e going lough at Philadelphia, but should come out on top of Penu After a graduated series of warm Kentucky defeating A u buni , walloping Georgia Tech. Virginia winning over V. M. I.. Washington v - P. Li Mary- beating " - . , t i- much stronger than usual • ,, !ln(1 Wcst sln(e title by l ' Mit]c Crast ' Stanford meet in think n ,, c, ' and Southern California m tile big game of the day. I 1 he mirror plays no favorites 'IM1E Mirror tells yon •'• frankly what it sees. And it sees the better style antl fit in Hart Schaflv.er & Marx clothes—on you. 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