The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1934
Page 6
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^S^^^s'-.W^'^SSi Several Transfers of Players Made Since Close of 1934 Season NEW VORK. (UP)-Tlic following major league player shifts occurred since the end of the 153'! baeball season: • . Joe Cronin, sliorl.stop-iiir.nager of the Washington' Senators, was sent to Ihe Boston Red Sax for an estimated $150,<XX) find shortstop Lyn Lary. Cronin was appointed player manager of tho Red Sox, succeeding Ducky Harris who become, manager of Hie Senators Dick Barlell, captain nnd shortstop of the Philadelphia Phillies, was senr, to the New York Olanls ibr-'an estimated (50,000 nml four players: Inflelders Blondy Ryan an'd Johnny Vf-rgez, Outfielder George Watklns and n rook! pitcher, John Pmullo; The . Chicago Cubs traded "dii, BiiEh, Babe Herman ami ,lln Weaver lo Ihe Ptrales for Imrrj French nnd Freddy Llndstrom The St. Louts Cardinals lrsde< Tex carleton to Ihe Cubs for Bin Tinning Dick Ward nnd $30,000. Ttie St. f-oul£ Browns tradei Bruce Campbell to the olevelam Indians for Johnny Burnett, Bo! Wetland and $20,000. The Giants' sold Herman Bel to Kansas City for -$4,000. • Th( Ne^ York Yankees sold Danny McFayden lo Cincinnati for $1,600 The Boston Red Sox sold Eddie Morgan lo Rochester for an option-on Jimmy Brown. The OlanLs also made three deals during the December league meetings .They sent Jack Salveson to Pittsburgh for Leon Chagnon They sent .lop Bowman and $5,000 to the Phillies for George "Klddo 1 Davis They sent. Rookie Wllllnn Meiers to Cincinnati for Mark Koenig and Allyn stout Ultor r*»l(i* th»t' tWchlft^ foot- tall In the 4attfr pftriih with the Klnffeh Is g tough' asiilg'h.'nerit, Infieed. . , • ] • "Why shouldn't I haw something to j»y ^botit <hihrling the team?" askj Senatof Long, "It ytt Ihrongh me ttat Captain Jones was able to enlist KO: many students on his ..'quad, tyany of the* men attracted '(o I^iilslann Rlntp Unlver.Mly Uirpugli rty Inflnenw? are Km best'nwn on the. squad." Posting forfeits .wins lo he the only solution. Holland Hoys and Cooler Girls Are, Paring Gage, Loop .'STBELB, Mo. - Holland 1,1 B |, school's boys urul Cooler high school's girls are srltlng the pace In Ihe Pemlscot county basketball •(league, . . '. The Ilollnnd boys have won four games nnd last one for I)N> ^.si mark in boys' competition vrtii'to the Cooler girls have won live, nml lost none lo lra ( | Ihn way In tlinlr division, nnytl ami Uraggatloclu navf perfect iwords but linvn imi pla.Vfd os many galnrs. The Manrt- Inos Inline,- Ontlie Looking In By "OUKE" By Harry Graysonl It appears that the next football coach at Louisiana State either will have to be a yes man or Insist that bonds be posted to keep peace with S«n. Huey Long Inasmuch as yessfng and capable coaching are Incompatible, the best plan would b« to have both side's post forfeits That', what prize fighters do, and pugllwio practices plainly are required i n |), P PMullar situation at Baton Rouge Speaking- out of his car, Senator (ate anoiit (ile Louisiana varsity a, though he was S ^ bl " OI i>™-°M- aU e(KMi —*v. u , .it Lju.mrn in (Viln Til. ^ \ r i ••••wiijpnui- -I'uk'f^^ 8 -''^--} eliallenger.s ihc sainr ,| n y mock ceremony,"" nncf^siLeJled that ihosi- scoring touchdowns IIP made colonels 2f e paraded' the SjT.r 3 ."^* .^V-weS in at a c,reu, sc-s A Thumping- Headache ings follow School Holland Hnyli Boys Wardell Dr-erina Rterle School Cooler Haytl Braggndoelo Holland Steele V/. I,, Pel. 4 1 3 1 .'( ?. I I 1 2 1 2 .600 M] nirfs" 1 .:M .UM W. },. Pet. You'd never convince Idem thai, wasn't a Sahla Clans If the rotund alt! gentlemen wltli DIP. long while whiskers anti gigantic bag could nnd a v/py to rip rlghl "ell by lliern. l.Iere's howl CffllcJi Cnniry Lnslip of Hip fijy- Ihrvlllp. •Ohlp.knsnws: "A couple of 180 pound 10 second backs, u 2fjrj pound lineman ami n schedule' in- eluding a couple of Iho "bis" team-, lot- next fall." Earle R. Parker anil tlu< Am- nrlnnn legion wre.slling roinnilltec: "A sure flrp inelhod of reviving public interest In the grunt and groan siiov/.s, nnd u good knockout drop for the "Ijeefers" [ininiii; Itin bm'r.s," .lolin Smith: "A line baseball jmrk, n well-tllleil Irctisury, n iiliaiiiploiYshlp club nml u Job us, prp.slilrnl nml nlndi hll- I.PI-.". Otln Oiimmlniss (enine wiirden): "A cotnblnntloii bnllooj), iilrpl.ijje, iinloinohilo, boat, Kubmnrlne vn- Ulclo and n "Irulli" Ecnim lo IIB iiilnilnlslerfd till hunlera nnd (Mi- fnnen before they inke to the field or .slrejin)." Spnrl. writers: "An enlareed mid completed Haley neld p rw -.s coop (completed lo provide sheller nml enlarged to give Ihe scribes elbow loom nnd talie rare of (he rest of the onlookers Ion)." •nils wrllert "A pair of rose-col- orfd fitasjies (promotel's' lyur-) to wear nl wreslllng nialOies." % ft 1 JSJ 3K Tke Ritz,Roxy ^GemTkeatres « 12! W 3! To Oar Patrons and Friends: M;ty youi- (;j)ristm«s Jw> niosi |oy/nl 'anr{ may the '••omiiifr yoni- hold an abundant of fi ood hr-allh and prosperity for radi of you. Tim is \hr. si 'ish of members of the staff and the nianagemenr. Wardell a -( 0 n nrto 'CM .POO - : - ... fnicrri aro '» a ' l y. ^owrt (icposlts ' of m.iieru,.-, 1 i. ^jj. .., 4 ' "'. Cm ° f lmincnsl! value. " Amter ' e ™P m °- feldspar, corbiuidiiui. ! de' an derbilt, Msisslppi state, George .Washington, Mlsstei pp) . Tennessee Oregon, and „« other fnf r nC °T Unteretl rolled nt ™ aptain Jones., found It easv ^ '<> do.Whkt he was bang for. His Tigers took out the Hlfon and 'bottled il up , but he could neither take out nor hot tie up Senator Long. ' • ' ' Captain Jones was diplomat tie dictator's nonsense, but tlie . °reak ih at ttas inevi t aWe ^£* wnen the city slickers of Tulanc dropped In from New Orleans to hand the Purple and Gold Its first reverse late in the season - Senator Long studied brieny at Tulane. but New Orleans is the B ranghold of his political opposition, and inasmuch as lie is us- ingLouisiana, Slale University for political purposes, Die defeat rankled. Senator Long can dins it out where Ms private athletes are concerned, but he can't take it Senator Long mast have fell o pep talk coming on when Tenn- wT' iT 1 ? 1 ? 8 a glorious stand in MaJ Bob Neyland's last game at Knoxville, edged out Louisiana SUte. Anyway, he losa no time trying to ctellver II W hen Oregon led the Ba,on Rouge outfit, 13-0 at the lialf. H«y Ga«cd ifLast Senator Long wasn't talking to one of his floor leaders In the Louisiana House of Representatives when he bumped Into captain Jones in the dressing room however. ' Captain Jones, an old Army man will do all the pep talking! required by any team he U coacht! ing. Captain Jones flatly denied the senator the privilege ot spellbinding the footballers like he 'does his upstate constituents, and gently led him away f r0 m there, w the he»t of 'their argument. Captain Jooes resigned. , RUM COhen, fonts' predecessor, went tie a»m* t w»y.' ; One* the 'mi Wrccible Cap- ,' «*> w , iWiu»lnUoa«s - ot the former W«W Pofet" lumtntiy w<t 1 CM v . •! .POO Monlte uro among tlirse, WRESTLING ARMORY, MONDAY NITR 2 Ou( nf 3 Falls, z i| 0ur ' 1Jnllt EMII, FIRPO vs. CHIRK IJTTU .Tluth America Tnc i 2 Out of .1 Fall-i, I Hour Limit AN ALL-STAR CARD Belvie Morris Audreanel Freeman Burl Dark Tom Brown Ethel BJackard Rose Emma Secoy Louie Phillips Cecil J. W. Purtle Hershel Mosley J. B. Fisher Pete Allison '*. »! Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCukh en "P eace on Eartk Good Will T owar dM en I ol he people of this section whom wo arc priviloml to serve each year wo roiierate our expression of Good Will. We ore here pvnnanly lo serve Ihe coltpn industry, f roill f arnicr , 0 8 , lip , , we wnnl every individual lo know that .his institution I vitally interested m the general welfare of our various communities ami iu the progress and development of this section. So at this glad season may we say with all sineerily, "Good Will Toward Men", and wish you a Merry Christmas and^ Proserous empress and \V; Blytheville, Ark, arekouse Co.

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