The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 15, 1932
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>AOt (AUK.) COURIER NEWS jSATURJfay, >bCT6jMER.viR ,932 fech Machine Rolls Over Chicks For 46 to 0 Triumph US. EUVEI IMOSTOP MEMPHIS [Rift Local Team Kept on De", fense Throughout 'Entire '';'Game. •Gaining momentum in each suc- ««<jing- quarter after being Held 'scoreless in-the opening period ..a i>6«rful Tech high machine from Memphis rolled up an Impressive « to 0 score against the Blythcvillc Chlckasaws al Haley Field last, night. '-The YellowJacXels served nolice on "other Memphis elevens that they are out to repeat last year's successful campaign for the Memphis city title. Before a crowd of more -than" iOOQ fans they outclassed a grttn but fighting Blythevllle team in every department of Ihe game. •'• After fumbles had proven cosily In : tbe initial rjerioj for both teams. Tecs • mustered an offense which had twice broken down with the BiytheviUe goal a short distance off and pushed across two touchdowns in;: the second period. One extra point made the score 13 to 0 in favor of the Jackets at the half. ^Two touchdowns and two extra .points added in the third period gave the Techmen 27 points before the''fourth period opened. : The gain* developed into a rout in the final quarter when Tech counted three touchdowns, one on an intercepted pass. _;'.. Short, Yonny Star Though Epps was touted as .the Ditn .for the Chicks to watch, Tech exhibited a-half dozen backs, who cwfld block and lug the bait. Young, t^stcck)-. built halfback, was the dynamo of. the Tech a Hack'with Harry Tipton and Mabre also play- ''-•L tommy Short was the outstand- ingBlythevllle offensive star, his ball'carrying .sparkling „ even in comparison-.with Tech's best. Short also played a smashing defensive game backing up the. line, sharing with Capt. Jimmy Tipton the brunt of-the defense. Jaggers also played »n alert defensive game.- Moore, Tech left end, was the outstanding i defensive player on the ; visit- tog teairi. Time and again he smear• ed plays started his .way and ; tiie lanky wlngman : was continually pil- ihf up BlytheviHe interference to reach the ball carrier. The ;. Yellow jackets ran., their plays 6ff /with the precision of a drill team.- Well bunched interfer- .. enoe shot the man with the ball into .the Blythevllle secondary,-with. oit''--» i'defensive - player, having toudirt^him. All in all It was a busy day -tor the Chick backs L pn the : defeinse .between tackling 'ball runners'-and pass:.catchers. : '..Fnmbie Chance. Stars of Big Ten Contenders 'GIG TEN' TUB Zain! Zims Can Zip Ohio State Meets Michigan and Wi s c o n s i n Meets Purdue Eleven. BY JIMMY MO.NAIIl'K ~" Ni-:,\ Service Spurts Writer Dr. Clarence "Fat" Spears, jovial mi'iilor of Wisconsin, and Sam Willainan, head man of the Ohio Slate loci bull squad, may cast their ter.tns in Ihe roles of heait-bicak- cr:; tlic? comin-; week-end and blast the lioj:cs ol i'urduc and Michigan fin- (he; Rig Ten tllle. The Badgers meet Ihe Boilermakers al Lafayette. Iml., and t!ie Bucki-yc yridclers liikc on Midiiijan at Columbus In the. two !ir:idlliu-i-» of the conference bat\ lies. And it's not unthinkable 10 Champions of the Bif Ten k what dopestcrs are saying about Purdue this year. Jour of the Bolkrm»kers who shine on the squad. ,At Irft, instt, is Captain Johnny Anil here arc Ochlcr, rovltJS center, who is a tear on deftnse; in action carrying the bull is Key Horsimami, fullkick; lower center, Faul Fardtmwr, quarterback, art! right is Paul -Moss, end. Buy Hint one and perhaps both showed the Purdue and Michigan will come Yale how tc out en the short end ol Ihe score. Ohio Slate has ever been a [horn in the side of the Wolverine. Last year the Buckeyes, figured to to the underdog, rose in l!:e!r might, smacked the Wolverine all over the lot at Ann Arbor to win 20-7, and thereby s]>oiled Michigan's claim to a clear tille in (he conference. Here's a Zimmer who can sure | And play louball. He's Pete. Univcr- si'.y of Chicago halfback who dear fellows from pass, rim with the ball and punt, while counting the paid attendance in the grandstand. It was Zimmcr who threw pass to Snhlin that the 37-yard resulted in . ' hvcen a 7-7 deadlock the two learns. here's a Zimmerman wht can sure play football. He's Den, Tulaiie's "Hying Dutchman,' who showed Georgia quite a lol of halfbacking in trimming lhat sclicol 35-24 recently. .Zimmerman got away for a 72-yard gallop in that game. He's alread! be- j en a lot of premature All-America teams. missed only one in 14 attempts lor the extra point. •-ilytbevlller. had- its .best .scoring obj»rtitaity/'eafly In the game. A •teen back, fumbled on Tech's 4 yard Une-after-the, opening Vick- oj and. Jaggers recovered for the dhicks: -Tom-Short slashed through the Tech line , to. one play for a first down and another first .down fqltbjced, putting tie ball on Tech's 23-yard line.- A fumble, recovered by .Tech broke up the only sustained drive the Chicks showed and they were on the defense the rest of the game. ' Tommy Short's sensational runback of a kickofl in the third pc- . Ttod was the highlight of the game. Standing on his own goal line Short caught the ball, turned to his left and took out down the sideline. He was caught after passing the Tech 30-yard line. A couple of passes provided the other thrills for Chick fans with Turtle on. the receiving 'end-of the longest one. "After threatening : ,to go places in tbe first quarter the Jackets scored Four- men' ; wHli but »•• sinile thooirht—BEA? MICIjnGAN! These huskies fomi Ohio State's slar hickfl*)d : *hkti will-pit its skill ajainst J(lchljan today." They are Michael Vuchlnich, left, fullback; Din Carroll, renter, halfback;,Cart Cramer, right, ij««rtero«k,' and : Copt. Lew Hinchman, lower right, h.ilfback. lutra-Glub Teams /ill Pl{ty.Sunday At ;Goiintry Club A golf team composed Qf 24 members oi the Blythevllle Country club ant! captained by Horace Gulp will meet a similar team headed by B. A. Lynch nt the la- course tomorrow afternoon. The -tournament is the first ol kind played here and will be or-the 1? hole route. The ursome will tee off at one o'clock nd will be followed at five mln- e intervals by the rest of the Id. The matches will be scored the three point system. their, first touchdown soon after the second . period optned *hen Young sent over for the first, of his four touchdowns from the two yard line Mabre converted Ihe • extra point .Epps made the second touchdown from the three y»rd line. , A pass put the pigskin in scoring position for the third .touchdown and Young carried 1 owr from the four yard Hn:. Epps try for point was good. Starnes gal loped 14 yards lor the fourth mark er culminating a sustained drfv Sown the Held featuring passes b ; Young. Tech was allowed the ex t tr» point when Blythevllle was off side!' Young went 10 yards for th fifth T«ch touchdown and a fe minutes later Tipton sprinted ov for another. One try for poi failed. •••Young intercepted ft pass fro Brojplon »nd galloped 35 yards f the firm! Tech score. - jOptch Charlie \ramerson of Tec nkftituted 'frequently, sending his nifai Info'the game in groups of four, six *cd more. There was no .marked ael down In strength when the tabiitutlonj were made. Coaca •Kramer' of the Chick* was forced to Jerk most of his tired first string •team before th« game ended. Tom ; my i Short was hurt in the third \Qoart*r «nd removed from the j»me • <M tent back in the last period . :.Cbailey Brogdon was carried off ••.!*•' field in the final period, bu Football Results Tile following matches are scheded: ' ' . Horace Gulp vs. :B. A. Lynch. C. L. Lintzenich vs J. P. Lcnti. R. N. Ware vs. Bob Kirslnicr. C. M. Buck vs. R. L. Banister. Byron Morse vs. Cecil Shane. Bill Afllick vs. John Waterman. BUl.Wunderlich vs. Sheldon Hall. John Caudlll vs. K. B. Gee. Geol-ge vs. U. 3. Branson, sr. Wins Close Game by 7 to 2 Score; Play Again Thursday. LUXORA, Ark—The Luxora high school footbal! team lost a close game to Crawfordsvllle nt Craw- fordsvillc yesterday, ^ to 2. Luxora scored first, counting its two points on a safety In the opening quarter. Harrlsburg came bnck to score the only touchdown of the game a' half minute before the first half ended. Th* scoring pltiy'vrns a line' plunge with a Crawfordsville back breaking through and going 15 yards for .the counter. The try for point was successful. The second half was scoreless with both teams making strong efforts to score without success. Tommy Rye Seaton, Luxor a quarterback played a good game for L. R. Junior College 0, Magnolia A. nnd M. 0. Bcebe Aggies C, Stale Teachers C. Bethel College 13. Jonesboro College G. Henderson State 13, Monticcllo This year the selling is practically the .same. Michigan, by ils win over Northwestern, is installed as the favorite. But Ohio lakes fiendish glee at this, and after being held to a 7-7 tie last week by an Indiana team ranked as its Inferior, the Buck- jeyes arc sure to play football |as it should he played. That tie \vilh Indiana hurts! The Bucks, in early season, were said to have the finest material in years. Sam Willaman. who's runner up to Oil Dobie for the "Bloomy" tilld, even admitted it. Fhe regulars were back for . tne line, and a group of sophomores looked line. Tlie problem was to replace Bill Cell nnd Bob Haubrich, star tackles of last year. There was plenty ol material . to pick from, Including Hegis Monahan. Fred Conrad, Ted Uoseqiiist, Ludwig Yard and Harry Nelson. The backfieltl of last year was pretty well intact. Carl Cramer! brilliant quarterback, was there to maneuver the team. Captain Lew Hlnc'iinian was figured to have a good year, as well as Michael Vuchmleh, grout defensive fullback, and Bill Carroll, the "blond express" half. It's all Purdue this year, according to early dopesters. But the amiable Dr. Spears doesn't think so. Back in the Big Ten afier a couple of seasons of Pacific const football, "Fat" is all set to stage an uprising in the conference. His team won Its first game this year from Iowa, and looked pretty good doing it. Captain Kabat was the center of a. strong line, and the backfleld showed the crushing offensive power that Spears likes to develop. But Purdue has a great team. •Roy Horstmnn, fullback, showed >ils ability by tearing through the Minnesota line time after Mine. Read Courier Bews Want Ada Osceola Team Comes From Behind to Defeat Hcav- • ier rlamsbui'j/ Eleven. OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 15—After poor slart the Osceola Indians came from behind lo defeat. HarrU- 111 rg yesterday, 12 .to 1. The heavier' Harrisburg eleven icored early In 'the game as a result of a blocked punt and. a :uccessful pass over the goal line. A . line play was good for the point.. Osceola came back to score in ttie second quarter on a 30-yard run by Lapidcs. The try for extra point failed when Taylor dro|>- pcd the ball over the line. The • second Osceola touchdown came in the Uilr<l quarter as Os:cola had recovered a fumbled punt by Harrisburg's safety ma'n. \ forty-yard march Ihrough the line and a pass, Turner to Brickey, was ;good for the score. Osceola made two drives down the field only to be stopped by the Harrisburg line, once on the two-yard line and another tiriie only 6 incncs from the goal. • The entire Osceola backiield clayed gocd football, while Snel- 50n, Henson and Brickey stood aut in the line. J. A. Leech Vi . c . W. Affllck. „„ „, Sam Norris vs. Russell Phillips. th e locals W. T. Barnett vs. Jeff RolanJ. n,,, tW o teams will play a .C. J LUtle re. Chet Cunningham. turtl c ,,g a gemcnt at Luxora Thurs- Floyd Acton n. Lute Hubbard. cay O. P. Jvfoss vs. Lloyd Wise. O. E. Keck vs. Farmer England. E. B. David vs. Frank Whllworth. Bob Barnes vs. C. M. Baxter. L. M. Chappell vs Chas Lemons. John Finley vs. G. G. Caudlll. FHppin Whltncr re. W. M. Burns. Bernard Gooch vs. U. S. Branson, Jr. Ed Borum vs. Jimmte Bell. E. B. Lyman vs. Bill Hlgjlnson, RICHMOND, Va. (UP)—"Prospects for hunting of all-kinds this fall are better than they have been for years," according to M D. Hart, executive secretory of the State -Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries. Aggies 0. Texarkana Junior Co'.lcsc 1C. Texas Normal 2. College of the Ozarks 0. Southwestern Teachers (Durant, Okla i 41. Walnut Ridge 13, S'.oan-Hc'.uirix 0. Poplar DIufT (Mo.) G. Jack-^on 0. Prescod 39. Bontou C. Paris 12, Mena 0. Balesvilie 18 Harrison 0. Paycttcville 26. Alma 0. Crasselt 19. Lake Village 0. Fordyce C. Warren 6. Murfrecsboro -H. Hop; Seconds n. Rector 21, Hoxic 0. Ashdown 0. Stamps 0. Kcnnett (Mo.l 21. ParagouM 0. Dcrmolt 35. Eudora 0. Lonoke 23 L. R. Catholic HI-Mi 0 Helena 18. Elaine 0. Augusta 45. D?s Arc 0. Conway 36. Searcy 0. Carlisle G, Caboi 0. Hope 39. Magnolia G. Camdcn 20. Ark.idelphip. o. Stultgiirl 47. Clarendon 0. Pine BlufI 23. Jone.sboro 0. Fort Smllh 26 Clarksvllle 0. Bauxite CO. DeWitt 0. El Darado 19. Little Rock G. '.-DM not Mtiowl; :i-JKythwiU* '"».^p hurt.;, LB LT ; Memphis Moore Dtion J..Tipton<c) Fritzius D. Idinsford J. Brooks Mosley Morse Beck Short C RO RT RE QB HB HB FB lAwson i Judd Ko'.h Ntadre H. Tipton Starnes Matthews Suoslltutlons-(Blythevll'le) a Fish! er, Brogdon, TWwell. H. Lunstord Lindiey, T. Brooks. R F»ndVr (tfcm^ls) Wells, Epps. Young Ma- *• & M -' (Louisiana). bo1 an badge authority Just lion' great it is will be shown in the Wisconsin battle. Its initial battle against the Gophers revealed a strong line, n backiield that has not yet hit Us stride, n couple of kickers lhat know no peer, and a passing attack that will surely improve before the season is far gone. Johnny Oehlor, captain and center Irom Staunton, 111., showed how a defensive center should be plnycd. Time and again he broke through the Minnesota line to slop Manders and Limd. Paul Moss, end, continued his brillinnt playing of last year, and few gains were made around his end. His kicking was a bright spot of the game. If the game is close. Wisconsin will have to watch chunky Paul Pnrrionncr. the Boilermakers' quarterback, who is a whiz at kicking flclci goals and points after touchdown. In two years lie has HOME THEATRE Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c Sunday and Monday Sec 'The Last Man' with Charles Uiokfonl Cartoon nnd Comedy. Everything for Your Entertainment and Comfort RITZ THEATER Sunday and Monday Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 35c See 'Bird of Paradise' A Story of v thc South Seas, with Dolores Del Rio and Joel McCrea Comedy—"Who? Me?" Frank Albertson. And News. with The Sales Tax and The Cotton Farmer If you are a cottcm grower in Mississippi County, Arkansas, you are vitally interested injthe proposed sales tax for Arkansas, 'for it affects y pu in : this way:—• ....-•. You will 'be, forced to pay a tax crn the food and clothing 1 you buy, the seed you plant, the totils/ahd repairs yoi1 use, the drugs and feed bought for your family and livestock, and every conceivable purchase-or trade you make that '.totals .more than four cents. ..-.,. ..:•;,•• ..-••-. If- you cut wood and .'sell It, you will have to have a. State license, .If you-, trade a niu.le.. you.-will have .a tax to pay. If'youWilda:cmck6ii : r pig pen, you : will have to pay a'tax. bn\the lumber and. ;hails used. Tires and'repairs for the car or'ti'uck will be taxed alsd. 4 If .you raise cotton, yo.u will have to pay a tax on the cotton, the i cotton seed aridythe.. bagging and; ties i'ii which your bale is wrapped'.'- ••• v '• "' ; •• There's'-no way under._the. shining sun for .you to escape payment of this tax. - -"•"• • . • ; If you own forty acres of land, you will be relieved of paying about 58.20 a year in land tax, BUT YOU WILL BE FORCED TO PAY ABOUT $33.12 IN SALES TAXES. Don't Be Misled! INTO BELIEVING.THAT. AMENDMENT NO. 19 RELIEVES THE FARMER OF PAYING TAXES. IT ONLY RELIEVES THE FARMER OF MORE TAX MONEY., I Amendment No. 19 Raises Taxes! Kill It With Your Vote In November! The amendment says THE TAX SHALL BE PAID B Y THE BUYER ON EVERY SALE AND: RES ALE FOR CASH, ON CREDIT OR BY TRADE. A heavy penalty is I assessed againstlthe seller for any attempt to absorb the I- tax. i The Farmer Pays the Bills! I THE PROPAGANDA BEING SPREAD OVER THE I STATE TO THE EFFECT THAT THE SALES TAX I WILL-RELIEVE THE FARMER OF PAYING TAXES IS I NOT CORRECT. YOUR TAX IBILL WILL[BE DOUBLED I IF THIS AMENDMENT IS PASSED.

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