The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 19, 1932
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PAGE SIX Prospects at Annapolis Better Than in Years; Relations Resumed. BV WILLIAM ' N.EA Service Sports Editor NEW York. Sept. 19.—Now that ' the 'Army and the Niivy haw? resumed athletic relation:!, which means that n football game will be played thji fnll, the guessing season has begun nnd the question revoirss around which will be able to present the best ball club. In ordinary years, it could be . said offliatid, with 'n querulous lift of (he eyebrows. "You don't think the Navy has'got a chance, do you George?" : Somehow this year the sltiin- tlon Is altered. It is true that the Navy did not burn up the league last year, but the-sailors plnvrd rome ftrw games, Including that n to 1 defeat sustained nt the hands of the Army, nnd tlic 0 to p victory scored over Pcnn. These battles came at the close of the season, and In dlcnled that nip Miller's system wns beginning tc click, and that the team had begun to find itself. .West >xilnt has loci .sor™ OUR n'»vers IhU vear. ord the situation i"' 'he Mllltnrv Acadmv Is fraught with uncertainty. There arr> 11 letter men from 1331 ns n nucleus - this ye.>'s t*nm. The barVs In Tip to Army: Navy Is Wakittg Up! Kild . . proim • Inclnrte Fields. Brown, . and Slimier Herb: the enters arc. Eynns ami Scnter: the ends are. Kins' ana find that fellow Knorjsnk, hmv- fv«r ron Dronour.ce it. is a flr.c end If there ever was one): Jnh- lonskv and Canbtp SummerMt •rf the nmrds, and Lincoln Is the onlv tackle. .PItyers who hnvc Rnnn nlnns bore nnrnes ensy to remember. nradurrt.lon t""k «wav Str>ckv>r. Price. Suarez, Trie*. Oorver L»nV- 'pmi. Slmcnson snd Hilt- hrrr. sev»n of them flr<=t-strln« nlivprv .Mosf. of the lelfnr wn rennrtlng . this year reserves losl The snnad is hard hit. ind there !« r\a .df-nvlne it nt the Point. Thmifh OvVr • are 1BS randldalrs for', the Tilerw* and vnr^ltv squad*. Tlmtenant "Oar" DavWsnn. coach if the pl«bes, bus «o of these, nnd Mijor S»KM, h««d -coach, seems to flnd the first If* nx»i the hwdwt - u f»r a* the varsity is concerned. ' T' |s » vear , of turnover *t f ri» Point. and •• ltie\ nrosneet Is not rm»>«nr n Teijfc team. It will tv a niinnlii with the new men either "iriikr" a»'*fn »s a mentor, -nr "iln'.'hliri. -me mufrv knows -if: there 1$ no' ne*« wrltinc to tell h.i-1-th.l the Army can fall hard this year. :"•''••. .'• '•'• '•':«'.'•'• ... : '• Over, »t/-Arm»rx>lls. • decided 1m- nroTemenl;" ha» 'be*n shown 'dtir- Ip?. ttw'vrar In- whkti.RIn Milter. fnrmi«r No) re p»m< min. has Vfn sfffTinf . the ;-wj'i«rt, .This - vpsr. 175 rn»n Indicated thev we're reodv tn trv to T))«V football, ni Miller ?«nt^>. nlflyijd. Tliit. nnli' sboiit.SO'Cpiild •** .awrt. ,Thow wlw rtA n,f>t- i nrik<!..thP v'orsltv sniiarl »lll:k«p. (heir. h«nds In by plnyimt ''- ''- rind the cute touch in this picture. Certainly -the shorts! The mnn wcariii" . them IB Major Sasse, coach at West Point, who is Mamllng with Cnptnln Milt SiunmerfeU. To the • right, above, Is Harvey Jablonsky, n husky Army guard, and Bib Stlllman. uelow, _ exercise Is calculated to make the boys spry at Jumping over s another one. opponents. Tlic 1 . An Interchange leeiances .. of baseball . . old Charley Olenry, who coached the great ncnnnnt-wlnnlnjc Yankees of o"i- rr vcnrs . . . rnw conrihlni the Cub* . . . ,ihd .Timmv Burke til- f> sn»ht|v Irish), after rnnchlnti Hir Clllw for wnrs. T 'nw MrCnr- thv'K assistant wlll< ' thp Yankees. That mnB of OTUwV<: . . . "Thr fiflschall" . . he sinirs it in tho. shpwcrr . . . after thp team wins . . ,-iri voice exactly like the sharpening of a "*!,.,. ., Once In St. Petc«blirF rhRTlcv wns addressing hi* Chr[stm«<s cards ... thw wn s on" led .. . he couldn't flilnk .of tinvnni* i whom h> mlrht send that tasl ird .". .. tlrin'lv h'o addrcwrt It .. . , : -..;. There \-are «'! for -I J«* 'toiiEhr 'Na.vv ; hi", men • «orHn» and they hue hrkhter ----_,r: - ' t ^ Rn fr*r soviet seasons'past.' Thnt.Ftofy about Nnw FwXinsr material, ' rather than .waitlnz for It 'to fall inn the Ito. may contain more truth thnn r>oetry. at that. Canlain -Perdv. a bruiser of 138 Bounds, will be left cuard. Har- boW. who wclehed 197 l««t Reason. Till hav« an edee >t ccnt*r. thoueh the 7ft5 Cutter seems to be an ant rjUDtl. Most of the Dlacca in the line ore beln<? contested for bv candidates wels-hing between 180 and 19« nounds. Miller l£ devotine n treat r5eal "f attention to n bartfleM that has Recht at quarter: Bamberirer and Samuels nt th.. halves, and Canro- Ml at full. Tt is a jshtftv bnclt- fieM. with Just enoiKfh welebt. Navy sefms to havr taken m ft new spirit relation* with the Armv have been .resumed. The fsvcholr>'>lsts rnteht exolain It bv theory that Navy knows It has to be good to make a showing aenlnst the Armv. You have mv word for it that. Navy 1, » fsr better outfit that it was at this time last vear whether th» Armv has anything to do with it or not. The Navy Is bulldlne surely- and rapidly, and this activity will be felt keenly at the Point. IBTFSBFFFJTS BuH Lutes Strikes Out Luxor* Batters; Seaton Fans Eight. Lutes d«fe»ted lAixora at Lute p«rk on Hl?hw»v 61 3und»y, 5 to • Bud Lutw heM the Luxor« bal t«re in the p«lm ot his good risil hand »nd h*d them swinging at h psoltaf toortmrtt of. curves «r> f«t one*. He tllowfd only thr< httl. '.,\ - • • • : ' •!'. ry Ixaori b«tt*r nrined feMMj ' .. .. Ir'.Thrimas IJpttm ' "Why, <irr»'t . . . . . , , ynu 'en know I-ln»on" . . '. to whir-h harley .ronllfd. "Weil, he don't now .- me either, so that makes i even."' hf OM Old' Hoss Ste»hnnson of the >Y"!. • . , one of the m<«t wM'|n» irlri-rj ih ha.vbuU . . .his wars ;coilr.i<; football tfnik souicll'lnn it of.'hls arms and 1ms , . . !>ul. • ; lenmed orTlhe Bridirons nf Hie ">h the trick of "fnllitif on t'n> dl" .' . , nnd wnirMn? him •ave hi 1 :, fp«t and go sliding srroiss if . turf after a hard line drive. !» P«V to imi\7ln» ihnt i^ was .Tirett.v fair jort of foolhnl'cr. Stcvle Is tough. . . . but «cl- om swears . . .' even nl umnlres . Just gives them n lilis'erln' 7 ook . . . and poes ahead and inkes the best ot it. Hnrruby's Boy Th.^ shade of Rogers Hornsbv •111 hover nrnund second basn. houiih he Riiah no lonser is f. ... he concentrated on makine a ball nlavcr out o[ Bill German . . . tcachlne him how take his place at mend base when the old boy felt hlmscU linolng. These are anxious days (or Col-1 ncl HuDpert ... he Is n-orrylno ' bout (he Babe's Illness . . . nnd •lien der Colonel worries, lie wor- ies all over ... If the serins pees o seven fames. Jake will just bout be Tfflrtv fnr the cleaners. Varnrke IB Opener Thi 5 man Warnclte of the Cubs s set in his ways '. . . the other ay when it was reported he hart wrenched his back, doctors and trainers rushed In to work on him ... he waved them nwny . . . saying no doctor or dentist ever had laid a hand on him ... he cured himself with a couule of pills. Wtirncke may get the openlni; lusleument ... It might be considered questionable judgement tn start a youngster who has had only one good year In the majors . '. . but an exception may be drawn in the cases of Warneke . . . he's a little bit like old Orovcr Alexander in some ways . . . one of those Arkansas boys and he doesn't scnre cnslly. If the Cubs should win the. first two games t)f lh e scries, they would accomplish .wmclhlng dint EXCURSION TO ST. LOUIS AND RETURN Children Half Fare Sept. 241 h . -es totaling 14 strikeouts nnd Mell Seaton. Luxora pilchcr. njg- stcrtng eight. Box Sce«e ^ixora AB. R, H. Clarke ef ^ i o links 2b 4 0 ft Dyess II j i i Sealon p 4 o l Dodgers c 4 o 0 3enton 3b 1 n o Lynch ss 4 0 n Allison ib 4 n o Woods rf 3 0 1 Totals ............... 33 2 H. Whittle If •'ack Smolherman 3b .. •Jstnes Smothermn 2b .. 4 Warrlngton « ......... 4 •lohn Smotherman c. . 4 Jj. Whittle rf ....... 4 H. Lutes cf ............ 4 C. Lute* Ib . . . • 4 W. Lutes p .......... || 4 AB. R. 4 i 4 0 GO— Leave Blythevillc 10 p:n September 24th RETUFW— Le^vc St. Louis 10 pin September 25th Double-Hoader Hall Game Pittsburgh vs. Cardinals For Additional Information ASK THE FRISCO AGENT blylhevillc, Ark. HOME THEATRE -ast Time Today"The Last Mile" with Howard 1'hillips ind Preston Foster. only o'ns nmjnr league club has Hone this year .• . . beating the Ynnkces two straight on thi-ir home lot Is a distinction that h:is icon attained only by Waller Johnson's Senators. ' • • * . The Dnuph Anj^le Possible maximum gate- receipts for a single Yankee.start!- nm, under existing prices, are $234,400 . . . if the scries should w to seven eames. the four games in Yankee Stadium could gross $936.- Oflfl . . . the maximum dally gate at Wrlglcy Field Is something.;like $200.000 ... so three games at Chicnso could gross J800.COO '.'. if you add the maximum totals, you gel a srand gross ot $1.536.000 ... which would be $323,000 greater than the record gute nf 1926 . . . between the Cards nnd Yonks. •• • - SPLIT TOO KITH SI LOUIS TEI Bruins Forced To Limit In 15-Inniiijjf Struggle with Cincinnati. The Cubs beat ihe Cincinnati Reds In 15 Innings Sunday flnd tin New York Yankees divided iwo names with the St. Louis Drowns. The Cubs and Yank.s arc destined to meet In the fall world scries if ti:c CulK win n few more games. The Yanks arc already home safe. The Cubs won 4 to 3 over the surprisingly persistent Redlegs. The ynme was Interrupted in the mh by rain and finished In the 15th when Moore singled and scored a few moments later from second on Morisey's double. Previously Lon Wurnckc and Hcd I.ucas had engaged in a pitcher's ualile for rive Innings then both teams began scoring. I.ucas went tile full distance for the Reds but Warneke gave way to Root, who wns credited with [lie win. In the 12th, after a pinch hiitcr IIAC! batted' for him Pirates (iain Tile Pittsburgh Pirates gained slightly on the .Cubs by beating the New York Giants in two games. The scores were 7 to 4 nnd C lo 3. French and Cliagnon were the winning Inirlers. Llndstrom and Ver_ '• hit homers but their efforts failed to. win for' the Giants. The Cards beat the Braves 5 to 2 after the Bosfonians had grabbed the first game of a double header 3 to 2. Cantwell licld the Card? in check in the first game lo win a lurllng duel with Derringer. Dizzy JIOXDAY. BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcr the second affair. Med\vlck of st" IxiuLs hit for the circuit In the first game.. The nrnvcs took the series two games ( 0 one. The Brooklyn Dodgers were beaten by the Phillies at Brooklyn. The score was 5 lo 1. Collins held the Dodgers to six hits. The Brooklyn team scored • its lone run in the first •Inning. The Phils scored two in the first nnd Uirce in the third H l lrst h ." for four eft the' PniLs but a game and a lalf behind the third place Dodg- Cr '^h 17 i. • ™ senators ha!v The Yankees-beat the St.'Louts with the cieveto srowns 7 to 2 but io.u the second Cleveland. The inn fflme 2 to 1 .(n 1ft intitn'ffB Gnm A.^i tr *_ n i__ t • i . ray. veteran Brownie, held .the Yanks to eight hits In the overtime druggie and struck cut 10.of the Read Conner News Want Ads'. Make This Your: Theatre- Going Week—with Good Pi-b- 'rams at Both Ritz and Home Theatres. Coupon Ticket Books on Sale: S5.00 Worth of Tickets'S'l.OO ?2.50 Worth of Tickets $2.00 COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN RITZ THEATER Last Time. To'day—"litondie of the Follies", with Marian Davies nnrl Eobert Jlont- gomery. . ' Tuesday and Wednesday Adm.—Matinee—10 and 25c Night—10 and 30c Tuosday. Wednesday and Thursday Wm.—Matinee and N'ight- 10 and 25c See Strictly Dishonorable' PAUL LUKAS—as tlic opera singer. SIDNEY FOX—As tlic sweet young tiling. LEWIS STONE—as the kind ly judge. Also News .nnd Comedv. More U'eird Than "Frankenstein"—More Thrilling Tlmn 'Dnictila" — ilore Exciting Than ".Murders in the Kuc Morgue". Conic nnd See for Yourself who the "Moonkiller" Is! SIX VICTIMS—All showing :he handiwork of the same -nthless (ieud that kills by he liprht of the full moon. DOCTOR X is without doubt .lie Contest Mystery Thril- er of all time and it is in perfect Technicolor. Paramount News. Comedy — "The Promoter" with Frank McHugh. KHz Theatre—Thursday and Friday — "PAINTED WO MAN" with Spencer Tracv Ritz Theatre—Saturday—"A PASSPORT TO HELL" witi Elissn Landi. Tlie win NSft IN rtIS DgTRoif IMPEIR. E RAW BoTucnir-HiTTitlr, PAViS AMD S&!f ALEX ^ S&R.ED 15 HAMMER TSE BALL IWiTH SOca \)|dOR HE SooM T6o« THB LEAD OFTttE !,BA6Ue'S UlTTERS T Trt5 OX'S FELTXK16. WHICH VERY ACCEPTABLE? ..... Pipgras who hail hurled stellar ball for the entire uaiae. The Yankee jwwer attack was working in tho first game with five erill of Clevelnml hit for four bases. • Tlie Detroit Tigers defeated the Boston Rod Sox at Detroit. The score was C lo 5. The Red So.s secured II hits to the Tigers eight but were unable lo match their runs. Earl wintchill was the win. , ---• • *. . nlng hurlcr and McNaiielilon the ihead. of the third place Senators i loser. runs scored in one inning, chap-,, man hit for, tlic circuit. Campbell j 1 got a homer in itie second game. Tire Athletics puile;! lather . by beating the Chicago White Sox I - Amos tailing for Berry Charley lierry. White Sox cnlcli- ev nnd former All-America fnd at J-nfnyMe. found it difficult to make the baseball and football seasons dovetail. Consequently, Berry gave up his football coach-' ing job nt Grove City College and Bill Amos was tendered tha job. * to 3, and t lo 4. Jimmy Fosx hit nis 53rd homer in lhe first game. Sing Miller ar.rt Berry got homers •n the second. Earnshaw was the winner of the second game and Preltas the first. The Senators halved two games land Indians at - 1 ~.-.~—*.«. iiit iiiciians tcok tlie in_ 10 innings. Sam first 7 to 3 behind the steady hurling of Russell. Karam's homer with the bases loaded in the. third gave' Russell a good w . margin. Al ,™ h ade ,£ ^ e1111 °' 5 -"•'•'U'laorter was the rfnn tenth with the bases full Beat I ton hurler in the second game. Av- if?^P^^^fe^l^VpM^.-'':-::•'' ~^ : micw r. i 1 -. ^w^-N-aHss-^fir . &^~f&?gg--*&i^Asi:3:-?-7= : : OTCTp^fem!^?:' Yco'lL have a new thrill in motoring when you drive th< New Ford Eight. You've heard that it's a great c»r. You've seen it on the road. But you can never know— until yon tjk« the wheel your- self—thf fu1! ftory of its value. It ha> brought an entirely new kind o{ comfort and performance into th< low-price fi«ld. Faster »nd smoother and roomier than you've hop«d tow, good-looking and attractively finished and upholstered. Soperfectlybalnncedand comfortable that it seems to glide along without effort. And so economical on oil and gasoline that it sets a wholly new standsrd-for an eight-cylinder car. See the Now Ford Eight at our showrooms and arrange for a eJeraonstration. Take the wheel yourself — today—and let the car tell its own story. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 8U - SIO - 777 THE NEW FORD EIGHT S dftrt rODRTEEN »ODV TYPES BT ^^ ^^ UP (T. O. B. t [ > ffafnn»l CrtJit < aafllt ,„, ,„„ „•„ ,,,„_ r 0 rj fiuKt Pl, a , „/ ,t, ";I-OOK OtiT—There's a lot of inferior wool- lens and sweat shop suits on the market. jYou don'f want any of it—unless you have money (o throw away. Trust the Trumpeter label to deliver fine honest quality now as always. "Once a Hart, Schaffner and Marx customer, always a Harl, Schaffner and Marx customer." These suits are finer than ever. Of Hart, Schaffner and Marx Bench Tailored details, found only in SfiS to $7f> suits last spring—Now A Few of the 72 BENCH TAILORED DETAILS Formerly in our SflS to S75 lunch Made Clothes. Xow in suits costing /pflf* j {bflp $25 to $35 Armholc basting by hand >\rmliolc felling by hand Button sewing by hand Buttonhole making by hand (in cont nnd vest) Collar basted by hand Rotlom edge of collar felled by hand Morner mnking by hand Oinlcrcollar am] ,<i.i n d felled bj- hnnU Lining making by hand Linings basted by hand Sleeve felling by hand Sleeve liniiiRs sewed by hand Yoke basting bv hand Qorge slodetl by hand Same fine linen canvas, sewing silk. and linen thread used in Bench Tailoring Bench tailored pressing New Mead Clothing Co. t

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