The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1934 · Page 6
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PAGE srx Locals Seek T^lilli Win And Bel lor Grip On Dislric! Tide 1 Victory Mo. II. continuance ol a , perfect .season's rj.onl. and a • .stronger liohl on the norilu-asi ' Ark.in.sas riisirici ejKmipf'iMxhlp will '• l>e lire thiec-folil objective oi tin 1 j Hlytheville Chlckasnw.s in tlr-ii 1 : ynme with II j school niiiMojis in i lie nii'i-iie j county city, riiduv alt.-rnocn. I The Cillllev l.llMir-.l:uil;.;; I'lirkell ;• ranelietl, liiiicltiitc has lollnl nvr | .seven consecutive victories this :.i-a; '.son without a Ir^s. Alrriidy. lh"V j have clinched (In viimily i-liuni',1- ' ionship by s-inushlii'.', Irlumjihs ovei .' fihmvnec, O.sccola anil Wilson. Uv | their 20-7 null ol Uic jAnesboro ; Golden Hurricane iwo weeks as" I the Clhck.s neeil only lo iirleal i I'orauould and Walmu UMw, tiu-tr next two opiHiiietii.'.. t<i | ; ,y im- dispnled claim ici Die dhiriri liile l-asl. Krlriuy Coach Jack Dale 1 .. .canines pulln! a i-iaiil: Mcrriw..|l ljy/«lalchfln: a last mlnntr l-l-ll! vict.iry from Ncwp'Mi Th,<. (;r,-'.'- i hound.'; ri'Ki-sK-ivd :. tir.il ijusvns in j 4 and Alined I:M ya.ilx i.mirj j Mrtmmngf a,s compared i,, i>,,,-_, ', ajonUVs 711. In n,, ;,i, |, VI . nu||. I { dog imseii \vru- i'oui! tin- T. : runner Officiates As Uuffalo Joe Win I ^L™ cc »»v™l >" 'l'" 111 l"r •!;,[) over, includl,,.. the si,,,,,,! - HPt rtJ. mi- I MI" hi i ii i'. i n.ji.<i ,. . " * "ni .10 iivlM him lino position to I ,,„,„„„, nf ., I l:(;o.si the i>rof?,ssor 10 hi, d,,.,., i L ."-oi!!>i f! s - _TUK.SI)AY, NOVKMIiKU i:',, |i);j,| Will, Kefcrce .Ji: s - Wjlhnd as ilu l.'il- aural-lion u |j;ick(Hl | ll)r . s liininl 01,1 ai the amiorv las i]J"lu lo^'.'ilm.ss Hi,, wc-.'kly \vrcsr- lilnckMiiitli I'uliKo, claimant t< Ihi: junior mld<ilcvrelr;hi ciwn ir.-t Hnlpti Snmh I,, u,,. ],,. ;1( |. 'mi and ilisprad of Ih.- .la.n- 'nnrl trouble a!!'! Kuiitl) it: ||,,; jj,., ;1 (.,]( climaxed Hie slimy liy Smith ill Uic ilmi.-s ,,'j lislon" hold for ihi. |i,,a| Thl'lr- Was no dilllbt as 10 iifcomc when IVdiuo I'r.ihhM Smith by tin iioad and |; ;M!! ,I; ROXY IMat*** tviiSti: tfJ^^SU^^^^ra^^^gaiS^^P^g^g I ^^ ^^ » .--*'• <-«™ at the Coi.ale ,7 | TllCS.-WedrTIlUrS. MAT. & - 2f,r ',. net 52 for the hum:- train | Pnragoitld'ji .seu.';e,n icroid slm\v.; '. five wins, two losses anil u lie I Spine. They hniv •.rami Irluintih.'- i ovc-r Hector. Wilson. . , llnrrlsbiirc ; mann lielcl Nev.'ijuii "j'ni- Huijtid lo:i!(!hill:i);lin; i.s (11 l!'s '•< .'.Illiine lo see Orilry l.c a . ,,,. ; while llelenn and Memiiliis, |i|..]i Tech bested thnm. j., Evidently ussiin d they ure no! ' ., world and luv ' no t ,,„, J'ejiiioll Wilh .''(I lilllc H-ill ciilit|u.ti- tion. Ohio Hinie w<-ni, fur out () | IK. way to li.iuk i'rilicc-ton tin: C'rLsler wouldn't l.ayden, ,loc-V: Kulherlimil. K ,. ;i Mi[| to in 1 ; ilie blues. '•i.-uiiMuiiil (Juurier Frisy l'i,.|,l (<eiieriil CriundslnjiiJ (in.-aii rbacjrs who .'fiiiui i'.ui',s.'j yimniislers Iniini; bounced uronnil cut mere an the lm-1. Y<iu know the kind I mean 'fhey snap ilidr r m ..evK tuxl liisi "U-! Wiial wns he ihlnkliK of? 1'iilliiif! a play like that!" ivlu'n an in (/rid (ionirsi The Courier Ncu.s .spoils wlilor i ". we - , ' 1<1 < :i »™ of their 'i,niis! kept his pace-Kttiim |:osUl () ii in s .""v UlL 'y ll!n 'c ntlraclwl ;, gl , the three way ijrid uiieMini' cou- '' ' "' """""ion. HUM SON, Minn. (Ul>)_l.\, m . (iionnoiis hiinian .skeletons, possi- Uly unUHlnllni; i.h e American 'jn- •lian, were nneiirihed by a road worker at SeantUnnvian Lak ' HM '°' ' 1<1 < :i »™ of their unusual j mime from dclcni. us n result, of I Ihctr scare ly wibmi Frirt.'iy, i> i ollfcrcnt S|iiiitcdii'ilj : . wt'iu thron-'li j their brisk workout yestmlav i'Kyerymie. Included .lolui ""Winniy" j Hums, who Injured hj s ft nHc ".„ j the Wilson jjdiiic. w:i. ; on liuii.l •; whooping 'em up as Coaches Cari ncy Leslie and James "Ace" Pitc- i.kett clirecied iheir activity \ 'Hie trilial couching stall i«,s ;i nol pleased at all with the work >, at the Chicks against Wilson Th;-y ;.; blocked poorly ; IRI | tackled wo» j However, the otilslandins; p!;iv r( )' i irenrj' Linisfonl aru! Robert !!nx- i ter, at left end in the absence jot Eugene 'lilnekwdl. who iv.r; i, )VC (lf ,,„. ",. XT" . :: kept out of Die fruv in mdcr 'n ' L N " ' ;nilu ' « rl l ls f permit his injured h ?i hc'i i;' (y0 l''"':"- r lit:e ««>"»"• > k'™v were brjghL sat, " ' 1!llf <lwt '" .™'"B nifii who ran i ——__JJ i collect. $,i[)riO rie.iii now Ini slgniiu' ,'niajnr ],.:i,.;u,. tHiH'lmt] riniinici." ' , °" ""'' lj;l - si ''' "' names won imrt ==-==•. j'*''!" l: . ||1 h Saturday risk a precious' I ichl U!>ill<; lmi " ; ' r " ri! prc.lictions liisalr of l.j'.s or nnns on ilif fcriii-j " ll! Cni "ii'r Dicker had an uinjs-. ! iron. i i.:i!K- noiul card c< m) pared willi hi; j No one ever hus u rjuht, to crili- lesl willi Uan-y Ciiayson.' NKA .'.liurlK c.liior, and .lock Siitherlanil. Read PlIlsbiii'Kh coach, over UK- past ' tteek-en.l nlllioinj), uu- throe were closely Inniclif.'d. rirayson, who is running third, j actually hud the Ijc.sl score of the ' wcck-cml in varlam:L' from actual results of (jaines and whiuliMl Uic Courier News picker's lead somewhat, bin Sutherland, in second place, last iirnuntl slls-lilly. flrny- fun'B pi I'd id ions varied 303 points , fj'.JJii actnnl scores in (he 2c l le.s. the Courier jjicker was off Ooi:rl.;r News Vfnm Ad.i, Tuesday - Weds. ."r UJK- (>M-I nim j! rj^iiL IQ i-]-](,_ [>>••.<i.i, nn: ^ijiiuri ]jn KCI \'.as 013 cl/e a college fontbal) player, rhc 1 '"" ) )aint;i "nd Hinhfilanil J3S. I'usl nv.iitr.ily tafcE umse Ininips ' lu * reM ' 11 is llv ' 11 t! >e Courier fc.r noihins mure lhan i:lmv and l 1 "* 1 -' 1 "ow has a -10 point l?ad I(H'*> nf tin. it-.,,,,l «.».. ..„ " , ClX'Cf Rllllmrl'l nr1 n.t\ l I.,. K., _r_ _ t 1(1 over Siilherland on the uasis ol variance from actual scores of all r.erkly vcjcclion.s to <lute and leail-, Oniysnii Ijy fls poinl.s'. Hie Iw.si.s , ; ; names icon jn.rt Harry Grayson 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:.]-;—I0-3iic - CHICAGO, Nov. ID. - Pisskln ;, Peeves: V fiib Ten pvohiliHiiiR coiiiiimation '.nr splendid Illinois-Army series j A.lifcMlily rcKitlntlons. l presume ' V ijiU' Ten iiroliibiliiii; iiost-se'i'.-mi |coijtesLs, ixiiticulfiily iirnicmch (1 <i 5sqi(ti«ls that, battle for tlic dear old !'""' ""' " l!ly ' : Sntc receipts all .seiuon are -•- itfT" 1 " f a "''!' l " "«• I'ilM iron. ] i»illy iion.l card comtiaretl will, hi; i Mill In e,,t ! iul k in ||,,. (ji-nnd- I "• Sll!l1 '' l1 '" 1 - °" 1 of -" M'lim'.s Iff stand (|ua!'ieiiiack, 1 helicvc it. \s 1 (; " (sstl1 ' f '' winners. Grciy.son ]iicV.- llarry Kioke who rehiics Ihe most'!'!' 1Ji 0>u <>f a ' ; nni ' Sutherland •!i,.'U.«iii:; slory alio.,1 i\m\ "• This llarliciiliir KiaiKlsiuml _ — — slory alioi.l liariiciiliir Kiantlsland Xisl aijl'ee.l U'illi l),i' actoa in a serie:. of plays thnl pin llli- ball mi Ihc live-yard line. "'' | --iielorr the lari;e;;L crowd yci M-Coilll. he v,- | ..Ih'iid Ihc n,:,t,.li;. x ],(,,.,._ '[([.. in kiiuw whin : until, ivdi:;,,. Uiiiisvillo.' ^jin Pedigo Tunis In Win On Caruthersville Card: ii!:,rke.l. "rd "'" ' l . .. ilefcaicd DUU-I, KaiHhe. Uuslon. .. mo uiii of (luce rails. j,.ss | •You're' Wrong! j lifcV liowl (iiirin.. ii u . lloiiikivs I 11 "' llv|1 -. v: "'il line. N, ?4ii/Tc'n ^ r v" f "' 1: ' S "' Spi ' nyW " y 'i""i'l 1 ii^lu" 1 s too I has liiaycd Ihc KMW^\wl^n- j "r ~ ;«Hy from coaching. This r,,] ( . n)llsl J ngf ; oe resc.iude.1 if ri c ,| ],. lrow o ^ I ^ >- 101 !Bito nsskt Bob Ztipjike wit], the Illinois hacks in in:ir,. There. Is a iiriovDrnent on foot lo hrinir n' ' old Whenton iceman hack to h'l^ (.ilma rnnier in ||, a (, capaeitv : anltimn. :,nd who is n i ar ,. f .',,i (o-the oppoiiuuhy? Professional NolVc- m.»e. alumni Ovcrzealous nld gnuls who cill for coache-s' scalps. Ohio Stale -,„- j ed Sim, Willaman, aIil,oii K h his' Buckeyes lost only twice i,l , ' | Kan machine on' mch'^rr;,,^,' 0 ip.ime"ll" > b B ' ! '""' S ' "' '"-'"itlie •the rin^s""' n " n " y """ bl "' »' :0hlo Stale iS"crim; im we,.u,nl Reserve, 7l'.-n, on Nriy 3 TI K . r o .mmbiiv i-liili has more caiuiid-ne ;for each nositioi, than the Cl, u (and lean, ], M „„ i( , s . , Ms unlikely tii,,i ,, 10 , 0 ,,,, 1n : .Hro of tlie Reel Cats would l>e ned on n u . Sc.ni,,, „,,. , i ;",' C Jl "l "ell ...... he "Svst,,,, j Those v.'ho rate „,„, .; v , ' jLovc aiwihcr. Lou LiUlc'.s K nv e ^f ec ; ^ l , " c dof ' s c =•> > well at Columbia win jcity of material. A !«!ou ( .PopWarn c ,- S do», jback scheme is great when a I, lm |h^a fullback «„ all U,e , , [ ;cf the trade. And the Hockne pl,n requires four fleet hacks '"nd l backfires at schools that are Incu wl:cn they possess one. In he ' "Wl." replied llir t;i-aiiil.st:ind „.. ,„„,„„ ,, |.= <1 iiiar.'lial ;TVC i:,Ke,, l,i m ,„ willar.1. former world's 1,-avy- Ihe live-yard line. Now he's „„ his I wel,:)u ; )nxil: , ehanipion. roferecil l his iiiatcli. ami t] u . laruencs;; ol the crowd was aliribnted to his appearance. hi ibe preliminary. Mike Menmey. .subsiiuiliny for Johnny Marrs. lost a rough and limiWc mnlch lo Jim Parker Iwo eul of Hirer falls. ' CONNKAUT, O. tun - Mylns Rice, just walking al 12 inoiitliF Mllinlil.d and fell in a crock near Inc. Hi- u.is drowned in (wo fee' '.'1 'va'er. n, „ „, „ I'ni'iimonn! {'iniicih ?>O, NO DUTY AM.RV oor <- i»,», mm lino pOSIloil to nmnimi ,r ,.-..V ',, .,,,,.f, '• l:.;o,si the iirnfe.ssor to his shoii' ' i ix'ifonn mid CAMBRIDCiE. Mass. iUP)~Lnui~ lieiK. liack in bicjf. f tlt mm\i-.-n, t ''',\ | ho - : . e "'''" "! ls -' llt " :u ' c , I1) -™ e.N- (leSiefnuo was watching a lire l>»; "I Hi,- 111|) ii«..m<i,> pi't-in,,, lhv (< , !mo , ,, VWU) Heavy-, int; changed wlr.-n l-h» Uiv «,„ r vSv-s* iiSIirs=g«uv^- • H u wTi' 1 ; KZ rnl ? h J<1 " Tl '"'" ""•'" • sl "" i '"" '"" y canmit '»- " ' "" "-'i nnn ,Si, "'"""' '" ( "'" lr) " '" ilJJ " pill!; °" ""' «"'»«'''' f> ""' f 7 " ll'ifl'ilo )' l-.s . , ' """•''•'•••dUB champiim AUam Hi- niosi Al ^W'l-Sii.,,l.,y-Anyilm f •««»' f.«-' .W» : ; lo immll''"',.,'.: 1 ,',!,' 1 ! v '''»«"l '»<! "' «l»»v his s.re,,,,,!,' ''"' <f "'''" a '"' .' >1- ' lfi " l!al ''' .'us to. shnw. the «, m( . .. s "i a fiiniii'r niiiich here, iinii f | ti ..\ t Ihe lu(. j W!1S '" loss liult'alu i lill;' lor a i'r;ui»le |:r<')iuiiii:iiy. Al Nielli—Siiriil.iy—Anyilmi- l'"r (Juirl. ami |)e|icrii!aliir Service Phillips Motor Co. CURE YOUR PORK EARLY! iVE MONEY! ME Arkansas Missouri 'Power Company announces the availability of cold storage facilities at the ice plant in Blytheville to all those who desire to cure pork under the most favorable conditions and at a moderate tost. Why You Should Use Our Storage L Feed is expensive and scarce.. If your hoys arc ready to slaughter, you ' can fsuve the expense of additional feeding, by using (he ice plant, you can kill hogs any dan, selecting pretty weather instead of having t<> wa it for hitter cold days. /Vo Chance for Spoilage — you can kill any tlay—bring the whole carcass to the storage. Let it hang over- night to prop- erln chill—then return, trim, cut up and salt down. You need only take your trim- in ings back home, leaving the cuts in the />lanl to take salt under even and proper temperatures. AST Year more than 25000 pounds of pork was cured at one of our plants without the loss of a single pound of meat. A correct temperature is maintained all the time. Avail yourself of the rac.hues offerer! and then be assured that vour 9 meat will be saved and properly cured. Old fashioned Hickory Smoke Not Necessary Arkansas-Missouri Power Company '!•>] vl'lifnril lo A i.l-n..,,..,.. m . * J 'Blythcville, Arkansas Telephone f> or 22 D-JV.'j^T CO vAOCU ?OR jj TH.EM TV\Y. &\MV>^t UFt '. SHE NOT MOW £sip Don ac ; M , 6 P ^ACEC, vou CAW oo %ff 71 '' l»'--r ^ 16 iSfc-o ' - if-; \ — ,. •£r..v '-^at^J ^5W^ > ^ llP^!S;g;^ )] r&3^&TM_£mt&L'-.i jj J^r J ;."••-. •*"7'r!j~^~""V~ 1 5—^ v " V; :-y. ->,-»:-..,_ Xt."- '- . M ^>^K,\-/'- : >„.---—•» sj'stems. such as the ir .{Dickinson and Williamson which I* lurofess to reduce football w ,' " mathematical basis. Too m , m nlngs culer Into the great, rol-f u't, • „• r "—' Jew Bame-tradition i>svcholo°v JV ' • ""* ''"'"'t 1 ' 1 siren? Playing condilfom, ad breaks (o 1 ^"'T' 0 " tWfy l!iver? 01 >'"'- osane Just a few i,, no' """ "'" " " ' jversals o/ 'The Princeton schedule. With all! its > wealth of toatertal, and as drilled as it is. Ihe Tipor VVEVE SEAECHCO THIS JUN&IE PROMT AN' REAR - AN' THERE'S wor A SIGM OF OOOLA HERE' Bur MAYB& IF WE GO FARTHER IN :K.S.' w 1334 0*1,0 StHVICC, INC. T.M.RfJ, l(. 5,p*T- Rv AI^ HERE'S A PRINT OF TRACKS ACE FG6SH

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