The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1934 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE SIX 'Bama's BLTTHEVrLLE (ARK.). COURIER HBWS In New YernVBatlle '^'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 'Alabama and Slnnforc! Are Exponents of Two Groat Stylos. nv luimv Sports IMltor, MiA SM-vIi'. PASADKNA, Calif.-Styles make the contest, In practically evei-y .-.port The sjMcm.s of play of Stanford , and Alabama. '| 10 [h Ue.ssed wjlh :i .surplus of man- liowci. fissure* the iwwd of n Cyclopean contest. That Is why B4,OOD persons will pr.ck the Hose Howl to the topmost tier on NUV.I Year's nay U Is to be .1 clash of the 'two fnmriosl.,. im;lriods--tlle Warner and liockne .schemes;. Claude E. TbcnihW. of sinn- ford, learned football as a tackle under Glenn Scobcy Warner at Pittsburgh. Prank Thomas, of Alabama, a iniarlerb:ick,,wt!s coarticd W Hie Immortal Krnitt- Kenneth Hockno at Notre iDamc. The Cardinals play more ut a' clffi-cd game than the Red Elephants, whose game is a lime more open than the average. Alabama will , «o in fw more long galnm-on tlie oulslda mid in ihe nlr. Stanford will open up its defense, and Alabama will close in lo combat the short thrusts of the J'iilo Altoans. There will be plenty of linml-to-hniKi warfarti under eilher si'rmtiKrmciit. with bolh sides eajjer lo K el in the first lick. Stanford sticks to the Warner double wingback, but employs It with variations. A modified, or mart, punt, formation enables Thomlilll to make the most of the remarkable quick-kicking ability of Prank Ausltza, stocky quarterback Stanford also switches to a single wlngbnck now and then but, the Cardinals lash themselves into battle with an unbalanced line, and with wlngbncks beyond the ends, 15 per cent'of the Mine. Alabama dint's lo the • Rocknc theory as closely as Stanford does to the Warner. The Tide use.s a box offense, a balanced line with backs shiftily to either side n M ,i split ends. . * * * Alabama-dealt each oi its opponents its worst defeat, hut. the Capstone schedule which included Howard, Scwancc. Mississippi stalb Ttnne'sco, Georgia, Kentucky, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Van- derbtll,"hardly conrp.irf>d w'iiii (lint of Stanford.. . • The Big Red team, tied only by capable :Santa. Clara,, 1-1, in an early, s^isori,,engagement for which ;. llfr<! are Itn: Ihri'i; AH-AiiicjJc i 'slafji who nill perform lor Al;i- .•Jtaiiia ag.iliist Stanford in (In. ltos« Howl name, Ni'w Voai's Daj : Al li'ft fs Dlvli' Unwell, the tri[iti'- llir(>:it li:iirii»i>k; rlftbl, Don liul- iifn. Ilia |>as!i-ra(<-lilri(; mtl, vim ..Is hey man In tin; Tide's i'iiil- arnuiiil jilay; ami, nuler, Mil J.ce, i'ii|il.ili] ann uiilsliiiiiliii;; fnckli' In tlui smith. Stand Out On Stanford's Big Red Team the Bioncllos were pointed, Had tilings Its' own way iigalnst San Jose Slate, Oregon State, Northwestern, Southern California, U. C. L A..-, ..Washington, mid the Olympic ;ciub of San Francisco, Outside ofSanla Clara, rated on With one performer sdocteil as "Evrrj-lioily's All-Aincrlra"— Hobby <iniysD>i, fiillhnck—tiiul twn olbcrs |il(k«l on Ihe majority of inythtral tlevrns in the country, Stnnfon! Is ready to pit class again*! class In tl (E game wllli Alaliamu In tint Hose Howl. Stanford's slurs are Jim jMo.srrl|>, Irft, (illicit-kicking- end; Uob Hcynnlds, cralrr, tackle; ;tml <in»>-son, rlRlit. , v . ^.,,.., lk wmt n, i "VI.C1 Ull H It I [ L U(] San Pinncisco nay form chart.-,'scnson. Ilial eventful nflernoon. There me bound to be liencli wanncrs . like Seliotl.. with squads of 35. or, more carefully selected iR .men ivlio have stood up majors tlnmiahoiit tho uninterrupted slonn of a foolbnll Tw'n.'iSfts 1 nf. Twins In rarnily "•Wil,nuii. Wasti. \UP)-'i'wo sols of twins arc included In the 19 children ot, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jerred: of Wilbur. The eldest living offprint: is ' 22. second only to Elnnford eonsl clubs, only the University of San Franclseo nud California Etlncd up Ihrouble for'the Cardinals. ; . Santa Clara, tutored by Clipper Smith, and Washington, directed by Jimmy. Pbelaji, operated nlong tbe same, general lines ns Aln- bmna. Uf.C. U A., guided by Bill Spanldlng, used..the snme bnslc principles. Tluls ' it' is that the Cardinals are as well acquainted with, the Rockne, or Notre Dame, idea ai the Red Elephant!) arc with the Warner double wlngbnck. program. They .frequently complete Ihoir college careers without attracting nincli. attention, as the Oraysons. Alckscrlps. Rrynoldses. Howclls llutsons. and Lccs crash the hend- hi)e.s, but it is (heir prescjicc n-lilcli llfl.s teams like Stanford and Ala- lianiii out. or the ranks ot the nm- Sludciils Clct Smnkitie Rooms COUVALUS, Ore. (UP>-Women's rights conquered tradition at Oregon Slate College when the administration apprwed a provision for women's smoking rooms In two dormitories. Authorities Thursday & Friday Mni. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:45—10-35c 7. r ) TONS "AY TOR SAT.K Alfalfa. Pea and Mixed liny H, C. Knappcnbcrgcr . t ^ •'uuuiiwuf.'i. /lutnoriuei Alabama is here 35 strong, and said establishment or Ihe smoklnp Its followers boast of the southern rooms will lessen nre. linznrds entry being three deep, meaning caused by co-Pds snioklni- in ihcir that that many nthleteS are avail- study rooms a wictice Dm c able for each .position. Isilll forbidden ' Much talk of a Slantord short-1 — age ot reservists at the tackles Is heard. All agree that Bob Heyn- i olds and Claude Callaway arc as fine n pair as there Is In the land, yet some speak with apprchen-1 stbn in contemplating what will' happen when they bump into the' big and fast Alabama ends, Bear Bryant and the All-America. Don Hntson, who. by the. way, carries the ball EO advantageously on an end-around play that he is known ns ihe fifth man In the Tusca- loosn backfield. Personally, I can't understand , \vliy there should be so much concern In regard to Reynolds and Callawny, stalwarts in a line'thru - •which no touchdown has trickled or was slabbed during (he entire campaign. Neither is exactly brittle, as! their from 50 to 60 minutes against' -Northesteni, San PrA-.-.clseo, South-' ern California, U. c. L. A., Washington, and California make plain. e .' * * , If Reynolds or Callaway or both, go out, Jack Downs has seen service In all 10 games played by Stanford, and Ed LcUnnjch in nine. • . Carl schott, the end who blocked two kicks nud IVOH Hie California game with a place-Mo!*, was an obscure substitute untii JOE P.. PRIDE .Certified Registered Engineer General Engineering, : Surveying, Mapping j'boiu- 138 Biylhr.viilr, Ark. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. 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