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PAGE SIX BI/rTHEVILLE, (ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS McCarthy and Connse Mack ; Doomed to 'Minors As ' Player Made Good Early As Manager 1)V IIAUIIV GKAYSON Sp'orls Editor, NKA Service NEW- YORK, Jan. .23.—A stocky, pop-eyed boy of 10, clutching his mother with one hand, a new tat end ball with the'other, stood, on Pine, street; Philadelphia, early one summer afternoon 40 years ngo •and watched the New York Giants go by to the ball game Unlformefl plovers In vlclorlas, drawn by sleek, piancing horses. Drivers In livery, and high hats. They paraded from the hotel to the park and return The picturesque spectacle vvus designed [.for advertising purposes nnd to 'captivate . the Imagination of youth. H accomplished much more .than the latter for the 10-year- old Quaker City lad 40 years ago. • II.'.resulted In a life-long decision. For oil that particular afternoon the staid old English sport of cricket lost a piomlslng star and American baseball enlisted ,a '.itcrult destined to be one of Its foremost figures—Joseph Vincent McCarthy. !,'«!( "Like many Gennanlown kids J had to ciash the games," beams the manager of the woild champion New York Yankees ' Sometimes it was cricket, sometimes baseball. i "I might have strung along wit! cricket had not mother token me to Shellenperg's store In Philadelphia for a new suit. It so hap- lened that there was n special baigain that day, n suit with a bat and ball. It cost slightly more than the others Mother "aigued against buying 11. I coaled and finally !won. "We had hardly got out on the sidewalk when the Giants started to pass. Prom that minute base.-, ball became my life I stalled to dicam about the game—and have never stopped." * * * Wins Success Hard Way Joe McCarthy was bom in Gci- manlown, just outside of Philadelphia Apiil 21, 1887 He was onlv three when his contracting falhoi was killed In n cave-In. And so Joe won success the haul Harry (rra Grayson Says Browns Gol i ; ar .Best of Cleveland In Swap ;..' : . As a youngster,'Joe McCarthy, left, stood In line at Shibe Park. Philadelphia. I ; or years he dreamed of lending a club against his boyhood hero, Connie Mack. svns manager of the Barons when McCarthy reported. ' : "Cl.vnier Showed me plenty," jvers the director of the Ituppert Riflemen. .-"He made me concentrate, at second base. He taught, me how to pi vol. on double plays ind.other tricks." McCarthy Manager at Clymer was called the following season Buffalo manage way. As a youngster he knew what It was to endure poverty He dug slump holes He cained Ice.' No work was tough enough, no job too rough. And the piln- ciples and simplicity developed In him then hiw stuck lo him through life. .But with all his woik, young McCaithy found time to piny - baseball _,-—t- ;•.- i^ It was vhilo sliding on a Germantown lot that he broke a kneecap, which -ruobably sentenced him to the minors as a plaser. "It left me with n loo.se cartilage which cut down my speed." ; tisse.rls-McCarthy, "but I didn't do so good against a cuivcd ball, cither. "Tticie are two general types of big league players. In one class , theie are the natural players ' They were bom with fast feet and ulg hands They make plays gracefully and; instinctively. The other class, much the largei of the two, is composed of built-up players'. They must develop Ihe hard way, ny long preliminary ' work and skillful coaching 'I was a built-up player. Despite all that could be done about It I was no whirlwind on the bases I didn't have that final quick step or two gelling to first base." Young Joe McCaithy made his grammar school team. Also Ihe Chew A. A and the Germantov,n club. "Making a kids' team those days 'usually was a mailer of knowing which outfit was lucky enough to have a pretty good ball; he muses. <•, • « Hires Man Who Firca Him McCarthy didn't attend high school, yet his baseball ability wo: him a scholarship lo Niagara University in 1905, when he was 18 Tlie Germantown 'youth represented the Purple Eagles..on the diamond, but after two years decided ''• '-••'•could college education for its ""baby member. In the summer. of 1906, Me Carthy joined the Wilmlngtoi club. Tlie next year he was with Franklin in the Inter-State League —a third baseman, not breaking down fences, but ahvass watching Mic Bisons and on his recommendation McCarthy at 20 became the youngest : manager In professional baseball. '.'•• ' •'••'•'.' McCarthy went to Buffalo under 71)inc'r In 19H. He played with x.strong Bison outfit which In- jluded Joe Jildge, Charley .Uimle- 'on Fred Tlecbc, Frank Gllhooley; ind .Jack Onstow. 'The dub won Ihc Inlcrnalional League pennant In .1015. '•••.•• cCarthy flnrdly '"' - call 'roih ''''the inn join'. One came from 'he Yankees, 'another from Ihe Brooklyn club of the outlaw Federal League. Joe's hopes fell Uicn . the old Yankees gave him Mic run-around on Ihc excuse lhat '.lie club soon was In be sold. He '•igncd with, the .Feds, but never '.vore a uniform, for the loop col- 'npscd that winter. It, was the nearest the man who 'Mutually was to lead the Cubs ind Yankees lo pennants ever got *o Dlaylng on the uig time. McCarthy -reported lo Louisville ind for three years played second in*e for Ihc Colonels; "In Ihosc early years In Louisville, I became convinced that I icver would set.the woods on; fire is a player," recalls McCarthy. 'My .mind began to work along •nnimgeriiU lines. I studied Hie 'vstcms .of successful managers of 'he period. My chance came midway in Ihe 1919 season when ~>atsy Flaherty resigned. Roberts' and ' Stnilli on Opening Glove Nigh I Golden 3 rogram Two of lilythcvlllc's three Golden Glove entries in Ihc Commercial Appeal tournament are scheduled in the opening round tonight, r>t Ciaslon Community Center, Memphis. Sixteen bouts arc carded starting lit 7:30. James. "Bab" Roberts, star end pi the Blythevilte Chick football eleven, takes on another Arkansan,- "Otis' bancaslcr, -F.orrcsl City, in 'the 'only Jljjhl- 'heavyweight 'pairing of the evening.- Jny Smith, 'welterweight, and a reserve end en (lie. Arkansas .champions, faces nan Ferguson of Memphis. Billy " ' ..... CLEVELAND, Jan. 21.—.Given Lime, Hogers Hornsby will wind up with a first rate club In St., Louis without spending fi quarter. Only Branch [(Ickcy of the neighboring Cardinals is the equal of Hornsby In appraising bascbull talent. H Is .significant that Rickey taught Hornsby. .In the winter's biggest .deal,. IJic Browns gavn Cleveland l-yn Lary, Julius 'Sellers, and Ivy .Paul Au- dreys for 1)111 Knickerbocker,, Jon Vosinlk, and Oral Hlldebrand. Personally, I would not, have traded Knickerbocker for the other five. If Ihe Detroit Tigers . and New York Yankees had suspe'ctctt that Cyril C. Slapnicka had the .slightest Intention of disposing of Knickerbocker, the old scout now In charge of these rash moves on the part of the Indians, easily could have engineered n much more'fa- vorable swap. As a matter of fact, a couplo or three legs might have bci-n broken in the rush. The Yankees. Red Sox, Senators, and Browns nave up on Lary. The Red Sox mid Browns look a good look at sol tens and had enough. The Yankees. Red Sox,' and Browns had llieir till of Andrews. " . Choice Tradirijr Material Vanishes Cleveland yields Its finest trading material for three athletes who re- j>eaEcdly Imve bceii tried and found wanting aiid for whom the Tribe won't be offered a broken bat. And Alvn Bradley's outfit still finds itself without the parly It needs most—a catcher. Had Roily Hemslcy been Included In the jockeying, there might haw been some excuse. If the switching ends with the announcement, Slapnlcka should rush to the nearest alienist ";•" Lary hasn'l a -stroke, aiid won't be a good hitter If he remains' active, for another. 10 years. In eight seasons in the American League. Lary's batting average is .272. In half that. time. Knickerbocker's mark is .203. Lary is an exceptional base-runner, but he can't steal first .base. Outside of speed and knack on the hassocks, the shortstop leaving Cuyahoga county NEW YOFIK, Jan. 22.—If Don Uish learns to 1 distribute his effort uniformly, lie may Ibis winter lower Panvo Nurml's 1 Indoor two- mile record-; or-8164.2' and 3000- meler board Irack mark of 8:26.4 Lash established the oulcloor Iwo-mile 'figures at 8:58,3 last summer on the lUjhliiing-like Princeton path. -Fighting''-a wind which blew rain Iii his face', the Indiana University boy'came within one-tenth of a second of Nui mi's 'mark, the fastest -ever made Indoors or out. - •' : Lash recorded 'his- first Indoor victory in llirce years the other night by ankllng 3000 meters 240 yards :32.4 less than -two- mile? lo 'beat, Joe McCluskey by for my stamina lo against the Firms. flyweight who Is Blythevlllc colors, Price. Manila boxing under drew n by In the first drawings. , Roberts and -.Smith: each will have.' a seven-pound disai!, village. Roberts scaled only 167!< at the weighing hi yesterday while Lnn- cnstcr .". -weighed -174'.!,. Smith's weieht was announced at HO'.i. whl'ie Ferguson tipped the beam at 147','j. The second round will be staged Monday' night at catholic Club, with the semi-finals and finals at Ellis Auditorium, Tuesday and Wednesday. that the: family fortune not stand the luxury of a Ch'crgT'n Crack Cllllchcr McCarthy played his last game Manila Boasts One of Best Cage Teams in Years MANILA, Ark.— The Manila high school Lions who were recently re- as having won icn straight n 1020. One afternoon, Jay Kirke. 1 character whose .380 batting •iiark covered a multitude of sins snd McCarthy, had Bert Ellison of St. Paul trapped between first ind second. In the run-up. Kirk •nade n tarrty throw. Ellison plung- d into McCarthy and the ball caromed ofr the manager's chest The Colonels were scrapping for the flag, and McCarthy jumped aboard Klrke unmercifully Kirke just listened until McCarthy -an low on the more plclurcsquc •vords. Then he turned to his bo«s. 'You may be drawled lantallzingly. wouldn't Joe." "But he everything. In -1908, McCarthy Jumped all say you looked vourself with that .23D iverage." • - - . "That crack made me a bench bitting manager," laughs McCarthy It also pave McCarthy an op- games this season no losses before meeting the Blylhevllle rive. have actually played ten games with only one loxs. The tlrst »ame of the Lions \\-lth Lcaclwlllc° was considered a practice game with Manila winning and wa.s not ofll- cially recorded in Ihe records. In a successful season thus far Manila has accumulated 305 points to their ten opponents 14S points. The only defeat this season' for the Lions was the contest with Blythevlllc in which Ihc stronger team bcslcd them by 21 to 19. The two scheduled games with Monette were cancelled by Monclle because of the illness of several players who were sulTerlng with the flu and pneumonia. Bert "Ace" Williams, captal.n:of; the Lions. led his teammates In the scoring by accumulating no points to his credit '" n| ne games he appeared In, an Is,Lary's equal In every department, and he ,is six years younger than his fellow California!! and bigger and stronger. There Is ample evidence' '(hat Cleveland quit on Vosmlk too qulbk- ly. Vosmik. a right-handed hlt't'ing ov.lflplder of the .-picture type, experienced .only one poor season"— 1036. when he hit ,287. In successive., campaigns—1933-4-5. he batted. .303, .341, and .348. He missed thn^ American League batting championship by a single point?l. 1035, when he .made Ihe most hits —21G. Sollers hasn't approache'c any of those marks In three years of major league effort. Vosmik '. only.a year older -thai'. Solters.v Vosmik at Least Was Ixical Talen Winning clubs mid local talent dmw baseball crowds. Vosmik' : 'ls a product of Cleveland sandlots. and to date It hasn't been necessary to apologi/e for him. <:_ • For Vosmik. the Browns can get practically anybody they want from the Red Sox and other outfits. EO don't be surprised. And if the Indians do not benefit by the transaction, chalk up another mark against Slapnicka. ; •/ As for the pitchers, Hlldcbrani 1 from the outset apocarcd lo have vastly more latent ability and form than Andrew?. The one-time Butler basketball player has been sorely handicapped by faulty catching;. His throwing to Ilemslev may be inolher story. He may do another Monte Pearson. Catching—that's Ihc iinporlant >,hlng. It seems that what the Cleveland club needs most is an official who can get Important things through! his head. half a lap In Ihe Brooklyn K. C. meet. - '-•'• Crlllc-K agree lhal Lash goes out loo" fas.t In the early singe;, "Maybe they nre right: but runner knows himself better 1 U: an outsider can' and I've founc by experience that"! make mi best lime when I' crowd my besl running into the first half, says Lash'. 1 "For me the toughest .pirt of a two-mile or a 3000-meter race comes In the fifth quarter mile arid the ntlh 400 meters—at' (he beginning of the second half of the journey. That Is when my stride clips off and becomes mechanical. • "I'm sorry thai there Is no Olympic flat race at 3000 meters, Somehow 5000 meters seems too long for niy speed and too short tell—at ( least I'm aclimlly belter at 10.000 meters than 5000 when I'm trained by cross- Country workouts^ If I nm : at Toklo In 1940 I probably will, enter '(he longer route. 1 '- ' ; « '•.. * Attributes Finns' Success to Cool Baltic Ciinia.le' .'-:' 'ie never would beat finybody-ih- loors when he hoofed it home first n''the 3000-meter event at" the OOlh Infantry Armory In Flat r JllRll. •-..''.'•'• " I"'need''solid; footing." asserts lie Hobsler flyer. "Most Indoor racks—the; Mlllrose 'strip in par- icular—are loo springy for me. Those - Jouncing boards' tire "my alt muscles and I tif'iip after a nlle or so. Tlie flat armory floor uited me betler ' Ihaii^'lhe" more •esilien't Garden track'/ 1 The 'sur- 'ace felt flrmcr nnder'foot.; it was nore -like the solid cind'e'r''or dirt racks to which I'm 'accustomed." Unlike Glenn Cunningham" arid Gene Venzfce, Lash is chiefly an outdoor legman. Although he weighs only 145 pounds. .h"e' : ' lj - By Krcny, ff&NKIB CWAptAN 'CHAMPION S/lT AT &XTO IVOtfLf) LAUNCHED HIS CAREER AS FLW6HT IN - INDIM QUIHTAHA AND 84LTASAG SAN&CH/LI To ' Slingin' Sammy Completed Total Of 274 .Forwards ,...JANUARY 23, ,] fl<V? ticlttly knitted and pretty, riigired. Wind "resi c tance has to be* .very Uvoiif! to bother'him.. Lnsh attributes much/of- trie, sitc- cess of 'the Finns.-.S.wedes.,'and Germans ill distance'-^'events - -to their ilami>, cool" Baltic'Cellmate. "When I broke Nurmi's;outdoor two-mile mark at'•.Princeton the cool ruin kept me refreshed."- say's the Dlo'omlngton Special. "Tlie track was just wet enough 'to pack down solidly and the' moist 'all made it easier to' bi'&Uhe. .Hot dry air cuts the lungs'like a, knife. Maybe that :is why "'the Finns" Swedes, nnii Germans develop such endurance." Lash had Nurmi's' 3000-meter record In mind when he started in Brooklyn. He felt that' he could come close to it If his legs could stnnd Ihe board Irack pounding.' Nobody told Lash about Jole Ray's American mark , of 8:31." •nade on the same floor 14 year, •no. Ho easily could have broke! that one by crowding on a . llttlf extra speed and starting his sprin ?o*-lier. As it was, he had the race 'afely won and realized that mi's mark was beyond reach, so ;LD FEATHERS* eyCCESSFlfL on trie baftlefjeld, . , Vfirifield' 'Sc'olt,''-herq of ar with ft!exico, : failed Mis- in three political ;aHernplJ for the 'presidency pf.irit- tinitcd Slates. -, Born 'in :l785;-h"c entered the. army: iii 1808 asjvca'ptainj' and byUne dge'pf" 28 bec'ahTe"a •major general. As : commander -' of . .tli« American forces' in- - tlie,- Mexican campaign, i846.;to 1848,' he : outwitted the mighly Sahta-"Ahna, r although hls.'.mcn -never-; exceeded '- ' iFORT .WORTH, Tex. (UP)— Slinging Sammy. Baugh has put away his football uniform 1 at Texas Christian University for the last time, but the records of his forward passing. wizardry may linger for years to come. Tabulation of his three-year "pitching" . career revealed that Sweetwatcr lad with the buckshot arm fired 599 passes against 36 opposing teams. He completed 274 of them for - 3.479 yards and 39 touchdowns to give.T. cl'O. a'na- tional reputation for effective razzle-dazzle football and two "bowl" game \yictories on New Year's Day. Baugh's punting was a principal factor In the 3 to 2 Sugar Bowl Victory over Louisiana State in New ' O'Dowdy end Mobley Meet Newcomers Hjjrc Monday .Nichi : :' BY J. I>. FIIIKN1) Newcomers and old favorites! i.hnre llic spotlight in the weekly i wrestling program of the American Legion, Monday night. Priti! Kniggcr, Tampa, Florida, j reputed one , of (he toughest in the business,- lias been sicksd 'on Rex (Tex) Mobley, fair haired son of Amai-illo, Texas, in one I half of (he four star event Each wlehs 194 pounds. " ' Irish Patrick O'Dowdy, fresh from a successful swing' around Kentucky. Oklahoma, and Tenn- rssee, returns against I3obby San-' —" Hutte, Montana n lU i dlc . liolh malches will lie over the ninety minute route, two best lolls out of three. - -' The veteran of Ihc wrestling and boxing game, Mike Meronejt who will be at his.usual' post as third-man in the ring, personally iccommended KniggiM- lo (he local Legion officials. He announced from the ring last Monday night lhat he is as rough as they come tough as they make 'em, and' what is more, he can really wrestle when he has to. Against Mob- toy he likely will not be forced to display his -slapstick ladies unless Mobley gets too clever for ; him and has him in a light place Mobley Nseldoni branches out of the scientific line, but when he has to wield his fists he can do that, loo. Often he is reticent ami takes entirely too much punishment. It has been at least a couple of '1 years since Bobby Sansom appeared .here. Pitted against Freddie -Knickle he made a -very good showing and indications are-Hint he will provide plenty of opposition for O'Dowdy, the toe hold artist from Oklahoma A. & M 3'Dowdy Is almost in a class by Himself among the middleweight fie has beaten the present title- lolder, Gus Kalllo, but his claim for Ihe diamond slndded belt was disallowed by the. Commissioner brcaiise of a difference in weight. That decision lias not affected his fine work and he has gone on to lake six consecutive mulches. Three were scored in Ihe local rine—against Joe Kirk, Blacksmith Pedigo, and Ray Myers. The boxing m'eliminaries set offl the action at 8 p. m. brleans,.';Jan. 1, 1936, and he inaugurated 1937- by bringing his mates ito a 16 • to 6 triumph over Marquette in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas..;: •Fifty-ntno, of Baugh's tosses were intercepted, willi Texas. A., & M getting credit .for intercepting the most In one game—six. in the 1936 game at College Station. .Thai was In the. 1930 scoreless tie with Mis.. -; -..„., . „ ia.OOO'.-agatnst the Mexican 'dicta- S1SS W' Stale m Dallas. ' - "• ' - ••'•"'••-" " •' '- -inemorable: battle Fort Worth Regards, Leap Year '"as Success PORT WORTH. Tex. .(UP)-Cll- pid scored a bulls-eye in this city during 1936, a leap year. Nearly 3,100 couples were granted marriage licenses, a 20 per cent In- : crease over the previous record set two years ago. -' License clerks' at the county = courthouse believe the increase shows conclusively tlie Irend in ' business. Confidence, next to love, ' ' tor's -20 000 "• ' .Always, .in -dealing p '\vilh his men, and with Ihe political bigwigs at; Washington, Scott 'was the geritlenian,' courteous, ' dighifie'd, elegant !ih, dress and' manners,, so tliat'his enemies, called him., 'pld- Fuss. and Feathers." . . '.". : • As a result, when he was looked upon^as a candidate. for the presidency, the Whigs 'abandoned him, and when he did run; .in- 1852, he \vas' badly defeated. .He. died, in 1866, at' the age of 80 years, i-here was no reason to punlshl The new army two-.cent'stamp himself. | tears his portrait, alongside that he oi Andrew Jackson. the way to Toledo. There Bill Armour;kept him moving between third base, shortstop, and the outfield in an effort to overcome Joe's lack of speed. McCarthy remained with the Mud Hens into 1911 when lie accompanied Jimmy Burke to Indianapolis. .Burke worked diligently with ' Joe.'became discouraged, and , fired him. Being discharged seemed to increase McCarthy's esteem for Burke, who years later coached both the .Chicago Cubs ... - ------ ,-, .... „„- , •xirtunlty lo demonstrate his worth averft & c of 13 points |»r game Bill is n team builder. Shocklcy, his running mate is con- Marse. Joe couldn't make the bit i {ldcrcd the iro » m«n O f basketball league grade '(is a player, but six ln lhls school. He Is the nearest years later William L. veeck ECOrcr to Wllliants with 74 points to his credit In nine games, an av- made him manager of (he cfii cago Cubs, one of the wealthiest, and more glamorous clubs In the game. and : Yankees Under let ^ go "for not enough." the man -he being good Campos Is Cosmopolite LOS ANGELES (UP)—All McCarthy finished the season of It was anyone six of the 48 stales are represented In the registration at the University of California this year The missing ones are Arkansas, unaware, Maine, Mississippi, south Carolina and Vermont. Foreign nations represented are Austria, Canada, china, Dutch East Inrtijs England, Prance,, Germany, Hon- 1912 with Wllkes-Barre. quite a comerdown for „..,_..„ ._.._, .,„..„, ,„„..,„.,, llon . <vho had been In the American t auras;- japan, Manchuria. Mexico ,Association, but .It prosed to be Panama and Switzerland Hie Irishman's first good ^break. . It was became Derby Bill 1 Clymer 1 Read Courier News Want Arts eragc of e«»lit points to each game "Leaping; Jack" Borry. angular center of the Lions, has the distinction of getting the tip-ofl more frequently than his opponents in the nine games he has played in and according to Coach Curliss Raymond Scott, diminutive guard "is a sensational player. This Is his first year in high school and he probably will be groomed for a regular berth on the team WARNING OltDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT OmClCASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. . Leu Matthews, Plainlifl. vs. No. 6372 Myrtle Haley. Gertrude Roach, Verria Garanvlllc, Monie Hnlcy, Mary Ray. Willie Matthews, Victoria Moore. Leonard Matthews. I.c-ona Williams. Gerline Hill, Bucll Hill. Vane Matthews. Elmo Matthews. Maurice Matthews, Vernon Matthews. Imo-rene Matthews and ZAda Matthews. Da- fcndanls. The defendants, Myrtle Haley, Gertrude Roach. Verda Garanvlllc Monle Haley, Man' Ray, Victoria Moore, thews. A column of air one mile square extending—trom 50 feet to 14,000 feet above the earth contains, on an average for all seasons, about 25.000,000 Insects, according to lests conducted In Louisiana. Gcrllne Hill, Vane Mat- Elmo Matthews. Maurice Matthe.ws. Vernon Matthews. Imo- ecnc Mptthows .and Zaria Matthews KK warned to appear within thirty days In the cc/urt name,] in the (.iption hereof and answer the plaintiff day of January, 1937. It. M. CRAIG. Clerk, By A, p. Smith, D. o Nelll need, ;' Attorney. Robl. A. West. Ally. Ad Lllem. 23-30-C-13 the complaint of ion Matthews. Datcrt this 23rd Nnrmi wore spikes when made his record. Tlie field In which Lash competed had to use iiieakers. c « $ • liankcil Turn Indoor Track Gives Hunuer Advantage Lash did 2:10.8 for ;the first 800 -ucters—almost five seconds under Nurmi's record time at that stage, Ic lilt the 1500-meler mark In :06.2. only ihree seconds behind Mel Sheppard's Olympic figures n Tondon in 1908. "Up lo that point I was run- ling easily and hnd Nurmi's chediilc beaten, but the fast pace old on me," explains the Indiana star. "My legs began to tie up. It look me 21 seconds lo run the next drive ..U.S.—1937, > Army «tie» " Jacfcscm & Scott, " (Copyright, Jli7, NBA Service, Inc.) 100 meters. \ had lost' my and was laboring a bit. I was worried despite my half-n'-lap eaH on McCluskey. "There's only one thing to do when your stride shortens and your muscles begin tying up and lhat Is to force yourself and move faster. If you don't step tip the nace yon gradually get slower and slower. I pulled out of that tired spell by forcing my legs to move faster. I was running on my nerve then. Any judge of form could tell Ihe difference. "I finally got striding again and finished strong, but my second hall time of 4:26.2, contrasted with my first 1500 meters in 4:06.2, shows how I slacked off. Nurml ran his two halves much more evenly. He.would have, nailed nic at 20QO meters* Or 'SO.' Lash's speed and heart *eie too much for his equipment' in the Olympic MOOrineler trjouts at Ranrhlls .Island last June i, when he finished Jogging after Vanning "the fleld.lnio the grouna Experts contend that a runner 'of Lash's ability can save yards and seconds on an 11-lap .: banked turn indoor track'where, there s no wind resistance They declare that the turns are an'asse rather than a handicap to a. skill cd board track runner. , It- would seem -that. Lash, th finest American dhtance ptxxiuc ii history, has onlj to gait htm self to.wipe out the last''two o all Nunnl's Indoor records. Read Courier News Whnl TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstract*, Lands' & I/MTU E. M. Ttrrj, Phone617 WARDED Government Loan Cotton Phone 1.67 ' APPLEBAUM BROS. COTTON CO. B«rtl| BJdf. BljthtVtni, Ark they 'say, 'is -the principal factor concerned when a cocuple starts thinking of arriage. Pour years "ago only . 833 marriage • licenses- here be- vere Issued in Tarrant County ee'n T. C. (J. and Southern Meth- '.ist -in- 1035, with the. conference .le and a bid to the Rose Bowl stake, was the. occasion for augh's greatest ' passing exhlbi- on from the standpo!nt"6C quaii- •y.- His 4Oattempts brought 179 ards gain and one touchdown on G, .completions. . . , '"''WARNING, ORDER Lillian .Tidwell is warned to ap- ear in the chancery Court for the hickasawba Dlstrist of Mississippi -oiinty, Arkansas, .within thirty ays and answer a complaint filed gainst her jn said court by J. Wal- "r Tidwell m Cause No. 6365. Dated Ihis 15th day of January. 837 •--..-.... Dy A. P. Smith. D. C. eld &. Evrard, Att>s for Pltf. '?se Taylir, Attj a« Li 1cm. 16-23-30-6 H. M. CRAIG, Clerk Play Billiards! Wholesome Recreation Moderately Priced Blyriieville Recreation ' 316 W. •'• Main '• - <Fon«r '.- Home of BfJl'5 Pharmacy . GARNEE ; APPIJETON MARVIN '.c WARNING ORDER '.N THE CHANCERY COURT OP CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT v MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. Delta Garner, Plaintiff, vs. No. 6355 Jlenn Garner, Defendant. The defendant Glenn Garner is warned to appear within thirty dais In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of Ihe plalntln Delta arner. Dated Mils 2nd day of Januarv 1937. H. M. CRAIG. Clerk By A. P. Smith, D. C. J. T. coslon, Attorney. 2-9-10-231 Read Courier News Want Ads WRESTLING Every Monday Night 8 P.M". FRIT/ KRUGGER vs. REX.MOBI.EY PAT O'DOWDY vs. BOBBY SANSOM American Legion Stadium Tax Assessment Notice The lime for assessing Personal Taxes and Poll Taxes is from now until April 30. If you fail to assess the assessor must assess for you. You know your property better than I, so assess it before the penalty is added. R.L. GAINES Assessor

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