The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 20, 1937
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REGULAR PLAYEft - - REGULAR GUY SLYTHEVILLE (AB^,) COURIER NEWS ~7~^~~ r Peck's Bad Boy of Tigeis '"' May Be Sellling Down at Last. BV ItlCHARI) MeCANN v NEA Service SporK Wrilfr What's this country coming u anyway?. Max ; <Addlcd-a-B10 Bacr and ;Klngflsh; (In-a-Transum) Lcvlnskv. , leave It to go* (o England, and Paul Dean says don't call me Daffy, and the Daflimss Boys o. Biooklyri are leaiiilng how to run the bases, and now.. Oemld Walktr K gelling <eiiotis Gerald Walker, ; the Detroit Clown \vlio tiled to steal second base when the batter vvns being purposely passed Gerald Walker, who Insisted on plajlng tlie outncld one day with his shoes tucked in his b.icl pockets . Gerald Walker, who singled home the t>lng run In a world series game and then, before the cheers had died down, was picked off first, ending what seemed to bo n ginning lally. Gerald Walkei, who for six years has confounded the ex- peits, harassed his manager and (tonfusecl even lilmsc.v" by stupidity and lomfooleiy on biscs , , Now lie's settled down. No Monkey-Business RcpoiU from. Lakeland, Da where the Detioil Tigers aie training, .say lhat- Geiald Is o different fellow this year. Gone are his madcap monkey-shines No longer does he stumble around the bases like a Brooklvii Dodger, no longei Is he' flghtlnp the woild. Including himself. And Yio longer is he going to sit mi the bench while others, less capable than he but moie sensible play In tlie Tiger outfield The odds now have chopped lo 8 lo 5 that he will steal second with the bases full on the ne\l pitch and at the same time the __tidds have risen to 5 to 1 that v hell be one of the regular Tiger outfielders this season His menla recovery has been that gieat Gerald got his start along the road to recovery last ycai when the Pete " Fox. regular i ighl fielder. reported to work one afternoon With si sore shoiildei - Peley said that lie, didn't think he would be able to pl«> timt day... "Yon better had, Pctey' said Gerald, "you better hnd- eaiise , Mlcfcey'll ,, u t me m and once he doe-s you'll never get me out, of, the lineup.' ,And .Pctey never did. wenj! into right field ' Oeintd ei- ,, noon and staged there foi .'flic remaining 10 weeks 'of the season He v,iK a sensation He began to hit the' way the experts knew he could and for the lest of the le ar he vas, rmrtlci to ° ''" a rtrunk ' C «, lo i cez 'Ho the nrst 10 hitters in ||, e league. He was right there In the chileh toq-pdrivmg home 93 runs Am j nc plajed the outfield wisely cov- ' more P»und than the' Ohi ° """ " ot once ,. the A Regular Fellow, T wrong base As- -_ ---- .^,. t ,i U ,, Bi u Ilew r, he became a new man a regular player, he. became n regulai fellow. Fretful, quarrelsome while warning the bench, Gerald became happy, affable while burnlnfup the league Where once he punched THE'OETBOIT-CLPWN VJHO IS /rtAWNG-A SBfSiOjJS'0iO FOB (JEGUUAe OUTFIELD 006—APT&T2, AUU THESE" Hoiueo in QlGHT Fiei.0 'c6ob SVJiF &UTDIZZI Ell THAN KIM OM &ENCK FOf^ SIX YeAraso oe THINI^HE'S Ai'eT!=Ne UP MOW OF l<D3b SEASON AMOU^EO IT.' |!liT.353ANO DROVE IN 93 and Black Water Manila Are Tourney .Winners AS AMD-THEN WAS OFF i*3" l-BAs OVERCOME cv,u/ i-c/viK&u/wifcNi WHICH MADE HIM/ARGUE v/j|-rHuMPiaej>, ' TEAM/VWT&S, FOES —EVEN HIMSELF. POKES FUN INSTEAD OF NOSES -— : —-• NOW . -' • nce ed noses, lie poked rim f°shn!° 'of'U 1 ^ "' If he can continue to He be- carry « "'is way. then Gera d n gl? i«y«ll develop mto one of U e wa A MK thosc 10 tteek<! '» 193S should bear them out. ,.,l UCk J' Harris ' Washington manager, for one, thinks Gerald is ™ or the best natural payerl e lly ItlCHAItl) McCANN NEA Strvluc Sjiorts Writer MILWAUKEE.—The good : faiheis U Marquctlc University know in niclclle'ground on the foo'tbnll•flclcl. They .jump irom oiic end ionq to the-olhcr, from one; extreme to'tlis next. ; You-see, for 15 years they employed ; as the -coaclr'or their football teams, a man who hud never played the game himself. And now they -have hired an man who has played more football than the entire Marquette squad put together. He is^Mr, jphn.L. (Paddy).Drls-" coll, who played football for, reading from left to right, St. Mary's High School in Evanston III Evanston High School, • Northmat- cm;, University. Ihe .Hammond dud.) pras, Oreat Lakes'Naval Training Station, the Chicago Cardinals and the Chicago Bears. This is precisely seven more teams than Mr Prank Murray, who left the Marquette job to coach'at the Uni- ver<ily of Virginia, played on Mr. Murray, by the way, will feel right at home there In char- lotlesville,-coaching the Virginia boys. Most of the lads who will come out for his football team arc But now you take Mr. Driscoll . Waller Camp,called him "the greatest quarterback I have ever seen," and Fred w. Murphy, who played. alongside Ted Coy and Tom Slievlin at Yale, said that he was "without doubt the greatest football player 1 ever saw." ISreatcsl Service Team Perhaps, though, you never heard of Paddy Driscoll. Or, perhaps, you have forgotten him. Fame after all, fugils as fast as tcmuus as we Latins say. ' Well. If you've forgotten Mr Driscoll, surely you'll remember and liicn came cast, where 'they :tni:ghtercd Uutgers, 54-H. The experts thought the Lakes boys were due for a dunking,'however, when the game .with the Naval Academy came along, The experts were almost right, which Is about as close as exports ever get to being right. The Middies were strong nnrt held the powerful training station team in check while they marched lo an early toiillidowii. Then, with two minutes to go, the Middies, 'leading "0-0, started another drive: They nmrshed down to the two-yard-line'where Nnvy Bill Ingrnni plunged inlo the cen- ler of the heaving line. The ball popped out of his clutch across the B oiil linn right into the arms of Dlz/.y' Eileson, Great Lakes' halfback, who Inter became a star on Washington, and 'Jefferson's great elevens. , \ .-','•.* '* '•* Twclvc-iirnii "Eleven" ' ' •,.D!i7.y hugged'tlic ball .to his bos- oni and took sail dbvvri Held. Five Great Lakes men gathered around him as convoy. Ten .... twenty Annual "Holdout"; ; • -'v^ Comic Opera Ends For Dizzy Dean DAYTON A' BEACH, pla., Mar. 20 (UP)—The annual Ulzzy Dean comic: opera ended today, with Dizzy's name .on a St. Louis Cardinal con- trnct after' the most hectic "on again, oir ngatii" inlcrlude staged by the [litchiiig star. ; ,;. . AU count of the number of-times thai. Dean "quit baseball forever'' lost week" was lost He changed his mind for the final time alter walking around the block to "cool oil" oil advice of Ills wife, and emted his holil-o.iit siege at 10.1G pin >as officially noted bj a harued group of reijo'rlers. ' ' thfrtj .. forty ... past mldneld ' raireit -^lio : '.'trliiinphaiil formation. •. . ten twenty more ... a touchdown was at hand ;..:*.• But out' from" the Navy bench raced a Middle substitute, flinging Ills blanket off as he ran. Fresh niid strong, lie overtook Eileson anil dropped Him with n flying tackle on the '20-yard line. ,, What, happened then was, next Ifi'Chateau Thtcn-y, the wore I battle of the war—or almost. A hiige liickle on the Great Lakes tcani, named Bialock, plucked the Navy sub olf the ground'and 'smashed him back down again with his fist The Middle got back up.'And. just like everything that goes up. weiit back down. '•• Middles and sailors tumbled from the opposite stands, full of fury. It looked like a German sabotage plot to wreck our,Navy but the officials managed to persuade the boys to save their fighting for tlie North Sea. • has e«r seen "' Harris v,as in ««» aker in and ever since he left to Boston and hes on my ball club" CCC Drives SafeT } / HONOLULU .„., •n the Hawaii naliona worker, nark a serious accident built WRESTLING Every Monday Night . - 8 P.M. 1 CHARLES SINKRY {' VS. I. ' -JACK KENNY RAUL LOPEZ "Wild niir ^American Legion Stadium , emer tuat weird ami wild football game between the Great Lakes Naval Iralnlng station team and (he u fa -J*T' al Academy back in 1918? _ Paddy was a member of that Great Lakes team. YOU see, after He graduated from Northwestern where l lc led that team to numerous fat victories, including the irst one in 15 years over its arch- rival. Chicago, Paddy joined the Navy for war duty and was s"nt o the Naval Training station o: the Chicago lake front. There he and Charley Bachman of Notre Dame a'nd George Halas now coach of the Chicago Bears' organized and coached n team composed of former collegia^ in the service. They startled the midwest in.the early fall of 1918 by soundly defeating io\va of the Bi« Ten 10-0. They went on from there to beat Illinois, 7-0, held Notre Dame to a 7-7 tic, walloped Purdue 27-0 WANTED Government Loan Cotton Phone 167 APPLEBAUM BROS. ' •• • COTTON CO. Btrtlj EH*. -rtyiheTlBe, Att Rheumatism causes 45,000 deaths annually in Great Britain. in Mat Feature Mon,^'day Night; Lopez Re- ''.turns Home. BY J. P. FRIKNI) Charles siukey, Corinth, Miss!, mat villain No. 1, wljl head the- weekly ' wrestling card of ''the American Legion Monday night, in which two newcomers and 'a pair of old-timers -will meet. :,i(! 'Sinkey will give away more than Hi; pounds In meeting Ua'ck' Kenny, Mobile, Ala. Their weights have been announced as Kenny 200 and Sinkey Ida. ;;,i| .Rhul Lopez, who packs plenty of. wallop and vicious ness In his 174 pounds, also will be at a big weight disadvantage in his match with "Wild Bill" Oontrcll, 185 pp'imds, Toledo, Ohio. ' • ' . Bath matches arc down 'for rilife- ly" minutes, or less, with the usual two best falls out .of three decld? ing the victors. Kenny, an arm specialist, Is n miwcomer (o this part of Mike Mefoney's circuit. Tic has appeared In several of the large cities and has a large following, l.'c.has been dssigned here for'a while wlillc seme of the others who hav.> been wrestling here,' branch /.ut. lie has somewhat the .-ame style as Sinkey^the slapstick type who features roughness lather than artistry—and can handle himself well for a big ' The. Mexican. Is a modernist, too, and for a little man go the ropes." lie tackle^ Big Jim Parker, the referee, .las veek. and though lie came 01, iccond best, he demonstrated tha" ic goes in for all he can get, lie has put up a, good "scrap' his appearances. He was Beaten by Pat O'Dowcly, and threw a scare into Bunny Clifford last week. .'Judging from his nickname Wild Bill" Cantrcll must be of Ihe "devil take care" manner. He liiis never worked here. • Boxing will introduce the can at 8 P. M. Mfroney, convalescing from a broken shoulder,,, expects to be the referee. —;., ,iot only signed for half of the $50.ora he had demanded but he promlsxl to be a good little boj and not, say any mote mean things about his cardinal boiscs the hst clause irritated Dean more than '.rimming oil.hi? salaij demand ,And so Bended the 1937 edition of Jerome Herman (Don't Let Me Quit) Dean's hold-out siege. Drs. Werl & Wert OPTOMETRISTS • Over Joe Isaacs' Store. "WE MAKE 'EM SiEE" Phone 540 24 Hour Wrecker Service Best Prices Joyner Motor Sate Cnll 1000 Storage LOAN Farm Loans 4Uo 5V- Interest Loans in Blytheville 5i$ Interest - "'(,., Just Give Us A Chance! TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. Phone 617 niythcville, Ark. Indians to Be Taught Own Art .GRAND PORKS, N. D. (UP) — Margaret Cable, associate professor 'of .'ceramics at Hhe'i'UniversiJi of North Dakota, '.hns'teen'-'givei a six. months' leave, of absence to teach: pottery making, to .Indian adults and children:'She'..will begin her -work in South 'Dakota at the Fine.Riclge agency, : ''. ,'rvi' ^ . SATURDAY, MARCFf. 20, 193G Mar. 20"-The Manila irade , school boys,. pro-tourney 'avorltes, went down lo defeat at he .hands of Black Water., last light In the finals of Ihe Western Mississippi Ccunty Grade School Basketball to'arnamen/, ))ayed' in: «ie Manila • gymnasium',, rlio score was 19 to 5. .. . :Iri the girls''division Manila' : de'- 'eated; Pawheen, 19 to 10, for the. chainplonship. •••.'•!• 'Lehman Holt sponsbrccl tiie onrnamenl, In which 18 games vere 'played, play started at 8:30 'estorday .morning and the final, iamc was completed at 10:30 P! •1; .'Clifford • White, Bill Sh'ockley- ild, r Raymond , English,. Manila Hill 'school "stiidciits. offlclntcd',* opc^ Max Isaacs, was score keeper. Scores were as 'follows:' Manila-' 'oys 18, Rocky 0; Boyntoii toys' II, Llnney H; Sliady Grove girts 22, Boynton 18; Pawheen girls 25, Skldway 7; Manila girls 22, Black Water. 13; Little River girls 20. Brown 9; Brown boys 31, Little RlVer 15; Manila boys II, Skid-' way. 10; Bos Elder boys a, Paw- leen 0; Box Elder girls 12, Shady Grove 11; Black Water boys 32. Boynton '13; Pawheen girls 19, UHlo; Hiv'er 9; ,Manila girls 23,Box Elder 10; Manila toys "29, Brown. 24; .Bor: Elder girLs 24, Utlle River ,21; iBtack Water boys 19,.Manila 5; Manila girls 18,-1'aw- hecu. 10; Drovm girls 17, Box Elder. 3, ' •. • •••.:• Black Giants To •' Qppftse •Memphis; Red Sox Bailey's, Black Giants and the Memphis Red Sox, negro ball teams, clash tomorrow at Harry Bailey's park at j'.the Arkansas-Missouri slate line.' The game will start at 2:45 o'clock. : Thg! game will be the first of r thref-gnnie scries to be played at the state line park between ! the two clubs. Later tliev will clash In n night game at Memphis. : BillBell is manager of the Blai 1 : Giants with Gils "Happy" For.V man, the former major league player,. In charge of baseball activities, both white and black, at Bailey's park. ^ . According to Foreman, a number (Of; the. best-negro teams in. the country will apReSr' against '-, ; gSf- ley's club this summer at the state line park. The Japanese Invented the folding fan hi 070. . Starry Way HORIZONTAL .. I Name of the . picture : ' lit is an ,.. imaginary " bell in (he 12 Entrance. 13 Proverb. 16 Rootslocli. 117 Alleged force. 18 To cure by ' " drying and salting. 20 Toward. ' '21 pram.- ; 22 To altitudin- • 'ize. • ,23Bed'latl,. 25 South : I.Carolina. V) Every. / '28 Ship's'record. 30 Large deer. 32 To hum. 34 Portrait statue. 35 Refuse from pressing ' grapes. 38 One that names. • iB To misrepre- Answtr to Previous Futile sent. 39 Angry. 40 Genus of geese. 41 Slaich. 4S Sauey 40 I'oem. 48 Avis of respect. 50 Dined. 52 Curses. 64 It lias 12 55 Game. 56 Bugs. 57 Capable of being held. VERTICAL IB Dal. 2 Smell. 3 Accomplished.' . 4 Neuter j.ronoun. • r > Automobiles, i; Possesses. 7 Hades. !i Proposition. '!) Tajiner's vessel. 10 Cod of love. 11 Negative. 14 Dyestuff. 15 Aeriform fuel 18 Girl's toy. ;. 19 Ingredient ot powder. 21 On it |j|) pictured as '•'". twins. ' \22 It shows the. paths of the*' principal ——.' 24Torjure. ; • 26 Its fourth sign, , i ; or crab. 27Odgr. ;. 29 Race ends. ; 31 Mites or ticks. 33 Eastern. :.' 37 To peruse. 38Tribynals. ;i 42 Exploit. 43 Genus of sheep. 44 Half quart i 45 Gaelic. 46 Kimono sash/ 47 Bejng. 49 King of :./ v Bashan. .( » 50 Vestment. ; 51 Orb. "• 53 Southeast, v 65 Father. ; Only 100. of the 2000 known kinds of bacteria and germs are harm- ful io mankind; tlie other 1900 arc necessary to life. f Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER ^••-^ '• -SERVICE BUREAU, v 1 ^ ;H : *"••••• DON^FD^WARDS. Proprietor . All make* of Reinllt - Typewriters, AdJlng. MacHlnci an* , ,,. v'Catonliitor.—gejwirtniE—Parts—Ribben« : There^s t he Suppose daily to-your door came the, '. butcher, the grocer, the clothiei;,.the"±'urrier,. the furniture man, jind ;eyery other-merchant with ; whom you deal? What a tedium of doorbell answering that would mean!'. v; ..., : ... •.; .. .'•. It would be even more impractical for you to visit daily all these stores to 'find out what they have to . offer and the price. .<...'• : ;, And yet you need those merchants' service quite as much, as they need your/patronage. Contact between .seller and consumer is essentidl-in the supplying of human needs. Before a sale.can be closed the goods must, be offered., through the advertising- columns of this newspaper, the merchants of this ; city come to your home with their choicest wares. Easily, quickly, you get-the news of all that is worth while in the market-places of the world. They are not strangers at the door, but merchants you know and trust.::You are always, surer ;0f high .quality and fair price when you buy,an.article adver- ' l r.ised by a reputable firm. ' ' ,

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