The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1932 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 28, 1932
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11)32 BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer BLYrHEVn.l,E,jAHK.y COURIER NEWS -atlierlaiicl ;°icks Dame, Purdue, Notre Stanford, Tenn. and Texas. BY ))K. S. B. "JOCK' Sl!lllEni.ANl) Fcolball Coach, University of Pittsburgh (Copyright, 1832, NBA Service, Inc.) Some strong Intei'j'jclional ganr.'s are on the calendar for Saturday, Oct. 29. Among these are Princeton vs. Michigan. Purdue vs. Nov. 1 Ycrk U., Michigan State vs.' Syracuse and Notre Dame vs. our own team at Pill. Pitt, is facing what, football critics are calling one of tile greatest No- Ire Dame teams in years. It will be our test ot strength—especially after t'Uc decisive beating the Notre miners gave to Carnegie Tccli last week. * « 9 I/ooking over 'the schedule, I pick the following winners: PRINCETON-MICHIGAN —Till is an attractive intersection:*! gum'. " Riid u strongly Improved'Princeton out ill will play against what look. 1 like the cream of tt'.e Western Conference. .Michigan Is my choice. , NAVY-PENN—I look for Peim U turn the tables ot last year anc beat Navy by one or two touchdowns. UTAH AGGIES-UTAH—Utah. WISCONSIN-OHIO STATE — 1 have a hunch thai Oliio Stale wil win its first conference contest I rein Wisconsin. PURDUE-N. V. U. —Purdue, another leader in ihe confffr^ncs. may take N. Y. U. over. Inn doii'i forget that N. Y. U. has a gie.u.tflam aiul thsy may surprise everyone. 1 favor Purdue. NOTRE UAME-I'l-lT—At present it seems unanimous in ttie opinion of those who have watched Notre Dame play that the present team is fll least the equal of th: 1D30 outfit In that case it will be too pawerCnl for Pittsburgh. KANSAS AfiCilES-NEBRASKA— I look for Nebraska to tnke th: Kaiisn.? Aggies over by a sale margin, u secras to m: Hint Nebraska stoulcl b= even better this year I linn last, when it won the conference championship. KANSAS-ST. LOUIS—Kansas is the decided favorite in this con- On The Outside Looking In Uy "DUKE" A Vuzzli! And • another thing—thai boy Voting is not nmoi» 3 tin., injured. even UiouBli EI>|X> Is. So (he prediction Iliat the lliir- iinnic is ilni.': tor n iieftMt tonlijhl Huncs. If you don't think I'nulliill sire- i-dr-na lire (liiusmiii what do lliluk uf (his Inniili-? The llwk-d quarter to \te picked us n U.ivk unli'.ss lie breaks a let;. lUro'n Our LUt Here's Ihc writer's guess as to (,'nincs this week-end: Winner It's bo™ n mizzle (his week try-1 n<l,k s | Wi ,t H 0i |, ),[ s)l ,„ „,„ to llsme out thai IMiMBGiiU-j <i,u S1 , lm , «r tli, ,™ ul , i" n™ "I I limiliiloims. Tliry tel \],t W c- rjlltliinllie uuiuc to Iw plnyinl Pnmgould (Ills iiftcniaaii. I Pnragould beat SniiMic? by onci touchdown aixl Slituviwc biillK'd' llic Chicks so n di-uw right In trail' (or buck) ot the chicks' wlswuiii. So on tl:c b;nts of tiliU rain- IJiuhon U liny etlgo exists It Is li: fnvor of (lie HulUlocs. Dili romem- thul iiinii will pick Ihc Chicks. Now yo out mid win with Tech KeEHrdlpss i And now Hint ll:<- writer litis none Into viinue explanation for one pick lei's try another. Memphis Tech will beat the JonesboVo lliirrlcDlit- nl Joncsboro tonlgln. Hi'lioils from Memphis Inillrnki 1 thut Tech will imvc suvernl nvsl ia bncks mid » coiiiile of stellar linesmen on l!:c sidelines will)' hvjm-lM Wiilglit. But If HID writer's nicinory serves him right lie couldn't tell when (lie .so-eiillv:! Tech first, ttrhnjers wi'rc hi lli : . Bairn 1 nnd when they «-?r? cut herr not Ions ago when the Yellowjiiek- cis InmiiKHl Hie chicks by -1G paints !-'"£ (UIIIU ( U loiifliduwn. . 'riivii i|u\l|. ova Ihr ilo|H> burVi'i liy I I'liitult to :> draw. H»il'( l-'msrl (inici'y Our Mi-inpliiij spurt untei 1 Is nl- rcady plrklns Hie /lll-5}oti!i:eni liui'klU-lil us follows: HllchCi-vck (Au- tiini), l-Vath'.'is I'lVnncssiv). /,1m- iiu'riiiaii criilnue), and Culn (Alu- 'llils ivi'llcr int;;lii b . 0 fnrlher ,,nil say Hint Oracy ol Vaiulprbllt Is ns ccrliiln to be iiiinii\t All-B3iitlurii us Is any ol lli^ 1 iibavf nicn- Memphis Tech i.lltle Itwk Wilson Notre Dame Joncbb;)rii McmphLs Crnl nil Oruwfordsvlllc I'll! Vnnderbllt, Tnlatii! Indiana t'imtlmiii I/in viird CieorBla Alabiuna 'IVxas California I'linluu . Nebraska Army PAQBFIV1 OlJlo stute Syracuso Corjicll Wisconsin Tech Buulh Ciirollnn I Miss. Stale! Luxora Gridden Beat Osceola by 19-0 Score OSCICOLA,. Ark., oci. aa.-Lnx- oni defeated a crippled Osccola I'levcii Thuricliiy afternoon ID to I.HXOI-H oiniiloycd slralglit foot- bnll to score nil of lliclr touch- dowiw. Th« . light Oecwia Ua<*- V nicn Jought hird but wm 'udM4c lo Iwld tftelr h*«vl«r 'oppoiinti* Sea ton wiis '• the ouUUaHaf 7 player lor Luxori ,sho»in» * fln» 9' brand of broken field ruanlnf. Turner, Nicholson and SSwUoo were oulstsndln? playen for Luxora allowing ai.dne brand trf brolc- en field running, Turner, Nicholson and Snelson were oUUtanduvz players for Osceola. . . , : Read Courier News' Want NORTHWESTERN-MINNESOTA -By (he time of tliLs gam? I b2- 'levc Northwjstern will hit its slight edge to Ynle. BROWN-HARVARD—It Is hard- Jy to be cxiKcteil thnt Drown should beat both Yale :iml Harvard out a victory the same yinr, although Brown 1ms )ver Minnesota, but It ,•,!'] bD ;ruelling [o-stball conteso \viili ^".n-, icsotn fii'hihig all the way. CORNELL-COLUMBIA—A color- fill, hard-fousht . game. In my Jpi'-lion tr.crc is no jlfTsrcncc in (ho •slatlvc strength c[ these teams. A hard one to (jit*, but Columbia aiieht. win. FORDHA.M-13OSTON COLLEGE I "gainst William nn;| .Mary. I thiii): -If Fordliam runs true to form it "i3y will 1 Imvo enoiiga power to should have little trouble bcnllng' Como through victoricus. Boston College. j COLORADO - COLORADO AG- DARTMOUTH-YALE — U o I ll I GIES—Colorado, teams will likely play their b2St! DUKE-TENNESSEE —Tennessee football in this game. I give a' PENN STATE-COLGATE -,Col- a good team and will make Harvard wort for every yard they get. n-"v?i'"r, T -like Harrarcl aiii I think they will win. WILLIAM AND MARY-ARMY— Army slioultl be due for a-^Wowu after hectic battles with Pitt, ancl Yale on consecutive Ssliirdnys, nnc! the boy.5 may not be at their best le, without n yreal deal of ilil- Jiciilly, STANPORD-U. C. I, A.-U. C. L. A. is Boning slrcnglll yearly and they arc apparently a Koa<l team this year They will B lve Stanford some froiilili?, tint I look for Pop Warner's team to take them into camp. NEVADA-CALIFORNIA — Call fornia should win. MONTANA - WASH I NGTON STATE—Washington state will In all likcllhcod beat Montana. FLORIDA-GEORGIA — Georgia should win. ALABAMA-KENTUCKY— Ken- lucky apparently lias another laugh (cam, but Alabama .should come oul uppermost. t SOUTH CAROLINA-TULANE I pici Tulniio. )>»t I'.'s a giicss S. M. y.-TEXAS-I like Toxa: In (Ills g.iin£.- • OKLAHOMA- OKLAHOMA AG- GIES-Oklahoma. MICHIGAN STATE-SYRACUSE —Syracuse's green team will hi hardly able to cops wllh Michigan S(a(c and the MichiRan team should romp to a reasonably easy victory IJUY WISELY— People who know how Hart, SchiifTner & Marx arc in;i(le know Ihiil iu buy A cheaper suit is a downright cxiri And they know that to p;iy more won't buy lintr woolens m- tiiiluring. suits finer New! WORSTED SUITS CVp.'iln;! 1)\- Hiu-t, •SuhiilTncr& Marx —with 'i'l Bencli Tailored UuUiils LhiiL cost §65 to S7f> last spi'iii(, r . Soft, pli.-.hlu fiih- rit.s; .snii'.rl |iaf- tcrns and colors. 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