The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1932 · Page 6
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PAGE SEC BTA'TttfefrlLLE, (AT1K.) COURIEK NEWS MIST m Football Officials Have Turned . . Acrobats and Fans Should Learn Why - ' BY JIMMY DONAHUE -•='" NEA Stryke Sports Writer /The store stands C to 0 against the home town warn. The local boys have the football on the enemy's four-yard line, with one down to make goal. The ball is snapped, the back plunges over the line, and the fans cheer for dear •ot<l Hambonc. ' But even as the cheer resounds, a .figure out in front starts gym- ing, his motions rese)nuling those 'of :a whirling dcrvbh. who has turned cheer leader. The ball l.s brougli't back, and the fair co-ed ;next to you sighs, "Oh, shucks what're they .doing that for?" • Possibly you are a bit puzzled, too, Looie. But all you have to do is to watch the madly motioning figure on the field, translate his signals and then remember that he's a' referee who's telling the sidelines what's . the matter. • ,. . • * * : For the \benefH. of th<| fans the referee has a, set of. signals given >tth the hands and arms, waved In this direction or that. They . are either delivered • directly to the stands or through a -relay man on the sidelines. This season new football rules make it harder than ever to follow a football game intelligently. To do this you must know what Identities are inflicted and what .they are for. Following is a list of signals you'll see from time to time in games this year, and the meaning of them: '••Military salute — Unnecessary roughness. Penalty 15 yards. i Grasping one wrist — Holding. Penalty 5 yards. . • _ A horizontal arc with the right hand— Player illegally in motion. Penalty 15 .yards. . Folded arms — Flying block or . tackle. Penalty 5 yards. Waving hands iack— Illegal for: ward pass. . Penalty from loss of .down to 15'yards. Hands on .hips — Offside play, Penalty 5 yards if only one team is offside. Penalty void if both teams offside. :....:. Pushing hands and arms verti- MONDAY, OCTOBER 10i lf)32 Here's Code of Football Signals MILITARY (&* HANDS OH GRASPING ONEWRI9T (HOLDING) V=. v PUSKiSO HANDS', •fEBTiaL CBAW.ING PUSH- V- ILLEGALLY IN MOTION) SHIFTINO (UNO? •J. WCC12CHTALLYJ-" FOLDED . ARMS C FLYING (INCOMPLETE $•' ^/-nr+s+ iiiyveri \ S. APM5 EXTENDED ABOVE HEAD. (A SCORE— SAME SIGNAL WITH PALM9. JCIHED INDICATE? SAFETY PUSHING HANDS FBOH SHOULOED- (INTEBFEG- ENCE FOCWWD PA5STHAT TOUCHES INRtOIBLE PLAYER-) WAVING- HAND BEHIND BACK (JLLEGAl. The above sketches interpret the penalty signals a football referee usrs to notify the Elands of various rule infringements, • It was a rlp-roarlng light and all that—the Schmellng-Wnlker thing, I mean—but certain aspects of tlie thing were decidedly collegiate. Dempsey furnished an unexpected and astonishing Va&sar note. The Old Man Mauler, called into the ring by toothless Joe Humphries, kissed the veteran announcer's hand wlren Joe held up the Dempsey mitten to Introduce him with appropriate and flattering cracks. Then—of walked over HA T.M A GANDHI. The Cresk tter sho*Ji Is the etter PHI. Tlie ructures akelcb- d ir« PAGODAS. all things—Dempsey to Mickey Walker's cal—Crawling, pushing, or helping! runner. Penalty 5 yards. .,-,? f, [>rncrv , a1 ^ T"?* Doctor Kearns' limp hand In his own 1 strong. Shifting hands horizontally— Incomplete pass, missed goal, or play . to be replayed. Pushing hands from shoulders- Interference with forward pass, also piss that .touches player. .Penalties, 15 yards' if. made .by -team making the pass. If by opposing team, ball goes to passing team at spot of foul as first dovn. Arms extended above head— a score of. any sort. ..*+.* Even. with .all. these signals, the officials haven't enough to go around^. For instance, we can't re call one that signifies a penalty for the failure of a substitute to report to the umpire, or for .communicating with fellow players before the ball has been put into play. The penalty for the former is 5 yards, arid for .the. latter 15 yards. Nor .'can we thing of any slg'nal for the overtime- out penalty of 5 yards, the penalties connected with infringement of the fair catch rules, and of tfce free kick regulations. Maybe you can send In a few signals to fill out the collection. bnnrn'{dukcs and shook It lienrt- FP0TBALL SKETCHES BY ART KREN7, NEA Smice Sports Writer It was as. if Hie captain ot dear old Siwash had wslked over, nftcr his eleven had lost, 7 to 6, and put his arm about the shoulder of the skipper of the Hemingway Hurricanes (though there u-erc tears In his eyes) and uttered his congratulations for having put up a splendid game, and said something about having deserved to win, and nil that. • • Just Fab, After AU ' Prlmo Carhera lumbered Into the arena. Tlie very largo Venetian, you know, has been suing Schmeling for all the money he can think of, charging breach of contract. Camera's agents have been attach ing Schmellng's • purses and causing all kinds' of trouble. ,Yet Prirrio rumbled.' Across the creaking ring boards to Schmeling's corner and, with that wide foolish grin, offered his hum of hand to 'the German Juggernaut Schmeling smiled, took Camera' mitt and shook it with all the zcs of 'the skipper of the Wellcsle. squash team meeting an old riva from Smith at a tea dance in th Back Bay district. (That's a ritz part of Boston, Ous.) The gentlemen of the press n pop-eyed astonishment nt th ussing around. You could ha\ (nocked them over with a block ing halfback from Notre Dame. learns, who never was seriously urt In his life by a punch that one his boxers took, finally wilted ltd tlw spirit of the occasion. There was written on his facs some the expression the dean of men ssumes In giving an errant sopho- lore another chance when Kearns old Referee Denning, "Give htm he fight," after Walker demon- rated that he was through. And Walker, smiling somehow irough that grotesque and bloody lask of a face after the bout had cen called off—wasn't he a little like tie spirited tackle who ought until he fell for dc.ir old Vetwasli? . . Here is a play Big Ten teams will have to stop II they hope to keep Northwestern from sailing to another Big Ten championship. This play concentrates power on the' right side of the line, Is ver) deceptive and nearly always good lor a gain. The formation has an unbalanced line. The wlngbacks are only a yard or so back and out tide their respective ends. . No. 2 back plays about two yard back of the second man on )th LUTES DEF[fllS Winning Run Scored in 9th Inning; Bud Lutes Fans '14. Lutes look down Luxor a Lutes park Sunday by a score o 5 to 4. Bud Lutes was on tlie inouni for Lutes and held the Luxoran to five hits. He struck out -I opposing batters. Scnton, the riva slabsman, struck out six. Watson, Howertou nnd Lyncl ex-Osceola players, were in th Luxora line-up. A large crowd witnessed th contest. Tho winning run was scored,! the final Inning. Whittle coiuue the tally when Jnmes Smother mini's single sent him across ill plate. Lutes plays Sandy Ridg next Sunday. Read Courier pews want Ads *olice Strip, Farmer of Unpaid-for Clothing GRANTS PASS,. Ore. (UP) —Juius C. Pratt, tenant farmer, flg- red the world owed him a living. He went to a store, orders:! a omplete outfit of clothing, put it m and tore up his old dollies, ["hen he informed the proprietor ie hadn't 1 any money nnd asked 'What are you going to do about t." ''. ; ' • Police.took Pratt to jail, removed tile clothing and left him shivering, naked, in a ceil. After slccp- ng "raw" for the ntght. Pratt fash- oned himself an outer garment from a blanket. The Red Cross said clothes would be provided him before lite court appearance. Everything for Your Entc tainment and Comfort RITZ THEATER Last Time .Today—"American Madness" with Walter Huston. . . On The Outside Looking In By "DUKE" BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcr Chicks on Spot Tlie lilythcvillc Chicks will be on e .s|»l Friday night when they nko the field here against M'jni- liis Tech, last year's prep disunions of the niuff City. The Mnroon and White squad HI either get back In the win- Ing column or cfrop into Ilio los- )g column if a tic is not the re- ult. Tlie first Kramer-ecaehi-d leven has one win and on? defeat i its crec'il. The defeat at the hands of lu; 'iggolt team came as pretty much t a .surprise to home tans who cally looked on the Piygott battl; n "breather" l>efore ibe T3"- ijjfile. AS it turned out. ihe Chicks, a number of tliem pluyiny heir second vnrsity game, ran in- o an cxjiericnccd, |X)',verful oppu- j icnt. and lost. Maybe the easy victory over toxic In the first i^amc of the sca- f>n made t!:e Chicks ovsrccnnjcnt. f they were, their ovcrconfidcnrj should cprlninly lie deflated by now. I'hotigli Tech will properly rate the 'iivorilc liorc FrUny nlsht it may expect no wnlkover. The Chicks have ta.sied the sting of diluat •mt\ found It not to their llklns. And it's a tradition that B. H. S. ilwaj's is lough for a Bluff City ilevcn—mostly too tough. Firing on the Strap According to football custom the P;i]>3o.sc.s earned something besid?s i victory when they beat Kelvr iiUjli here Friday while the Chicks were losing at Plggott. The Papooses gained the privilege of "laying" the strap on their ol-.l- T brothers, the Chicks. And tiny jiromlse the varsity a strapping good lime today. That Texas-Missouri Game One of the most lop-sided scores ever hung up by on? major eleven over another in an interscctioiial ;ame was registered by the Uni- rerslty of Texas Steers Saturday when they beat the University ot Missouri at Columbia, Mo., 05 to 0. Ancl to make the score appear nil the morL startling quite a few experts had picked Frank Carideo's Tigers to beat the Lotighorns. Although this writer does not qualify as an expert he does qualify as 0110 of that ra(hcr_ shame-faced group which conceded Missouri the edge over Texns Aside from proving again that • stead, anything can happen on Ihe foot-1 Amon; ball field the game also show. 1 ; that | dust were [ho Blytl'.eville Chicks, no coach can get far without ma- ; Others were Northwestern and Mis- While Frank Caricieo may ievlal. While Frank Caricieo not be the test caach in t'^2 world he was smnrl ,?nou^h io be an Ail- American quarterback at Notre Dame for two consecutive years find certainly with oven fair material could have presented a better team than Missouri put on tlie field Saturday. Post Mortem Twenty-two l?ams dopsd to win in this column last week performed according to predictions, the beat three could obtain were tics and three picked (o win. lost 'n- soun. The defeat of Northwestern by -Michigan provided one of the major npbcts of K.e season so far. The best Ohio State could get in its game with Indiana was a t'raw which may also be recorded as a slight upser. Yale, doped to ^ teat Chicago, cnly baroly mana^otl i to tic with 3ia<jg's elcvm. St. Ma- 1 ry'.s an:l California, two evenly matched teams, battled to a draw. St. Mary's had been picked to win by the writer. g the "winners" to bile the Cream Sliipnifi ts Increase f.-AMAR. Ai-k. (UP) — Cream creased 300 ^pcr cent since May I, it was announced by Clyde Nor- (lin, a creamery representative. The price lias increased from 13 to 18 cents. Turtle Has Dale 18% on Hack NEW PHILADELPHIA, O. (UP) -rAeh Hunt, n, recently found a land turtle on the Hunt farm iv?ar here, on which his fa'.her, J. A. Hunt, had carved his name and a date in 1896. Bandits Returnrrt Purse HAMMOND, Tnd. (UP)—liandits snatched Mrs. E. L. Granger's purse whil? robbing a stare managed by her husband, dropped n half dollar into it and tossed it shipments from Lamar have in-1 back, Mrs. Granger declared. Tuesday and Wednesday Adm.—Matinee—10 and 25c Night—10 and SOc POWER AN» Deception ARS IN "(HIS - Are tlie Fans Weakening? Usually when a champion cute: an arena lull of fans, nnd proved to Ills ringside seat, he is recognized and the boys and girls set up some kind of din. Sharkey walked down the aisle to his seat without so much as a yip from the clients. When he was called into the ring, he put on his very best grin. The press row looked ur> from its ty-"- writers expectantly when Joe Humphrlfjs said Fomethins al»m that papular Estonian." They were waiting for the old boo with which Sharkey always was greeted n New York In days of yore Instead of that, vSharkcy was 'accorded three rousing rahs and n Iger. • * * Another Mordtr Averted Here were Sharkey and Dempsey in the same urena. Ever since their last fight, when Dempssj clipped the "popular Bostonlan" on the chin as Sharkey turned com P^^Kly to the referee, these tw cacl HOME THEATRE Last Time Today — "Younsr Bride" with Helen Twclve- trccs and Eric Linden. Does a BLINDFOLD KEEP YOU from OBTAINING the THINGS YOU WANT? ;>.strong sld« of ctnter. No. 1, th receiver of the p»ss from center :' U about three and one-half yard ; b»ck of center. .. • •• '• '••'- .A* the No. 1 back receives the :..:-. bill he start* toward toe-line of fcrimaaee lor t line plunge, but ;•; pivoU to hit kit and gives the f baa to tett.cuard who has Mi £-•-ttti Ho*, Be'ta tarn swincs to hlj ^iltM.MMl lateral panes to the .No. «M Ms «tn*« wen and other in the public prints. Yet there was no murder The *ere Just.a couple of good fellows *no, it seemed, understood other, • « « Even Keam! That old doctor, himself, Jac wide to the right. No. 2 blocks tr opposing end and the guard run the Interference for the-ball car rt*rj Tuesday, Wednesday :md Thursday Mm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c See lasca Of The Rio Grande' with Leo Carillo, John Mack Brown and Dorothy Burger Pox News and Comedy Coming Attractions At The Ritz This Month "Bird of Paradise" with Delores Del Rio. "Tlie Crash".with Ruth Chat-, terton and George Brent, "Blonde Venus" with Marlene Dietrich. "The Big Broadcast" with All Star Cast. "Successful Calamity" George Arlis. with • Pallette Barbara Weeks W*rr«, PHONE 306 OUR AD-TAKER WILL HELP YOU \7" OU'RE reading lliis part of the paper .... but have you failed to read another section? A section where wants are stated and merchandise exchanged at the lowest possinlc cost. It's the want-ad section where the "seller can find a ready market for anything from second hand furniture to hundred-acre farm's. And the "buyer" who is looking for real bargains, whether they be in apartmentSx for rent or machinery for sale, can find the thing wanted at the price that can be paid. THE COURIER NEWS WANT ADS

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