The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1935 · Page 6
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Mosley, Tiptoii Missing From Cliicks'Lihe-tfp At Jonesboro Tbnigiil Ky J. 1', FRIEND ed Pine llliijl toiwy-ttirvy beonn Facing the sternest test of llu>lr| eligible only last week With'the pic-dfstiict tonniey schedule the return to flood standing roiMoi ' niylhcvlllo Cmeknxnws, minus the lakes front rank, amonp ilia fi .'eivices of two star players, will vorlles for liie district title • liiv Inviiue Joncsboro tonight lo meet thfvllle. along with Wciiier Iv Die same Golden Hurricane ouln- been r.wked ns one of the' on tot that plastered two. defeats on'standing teams In the district a Pinrt nil iff';* 1 MA />Tiiin-int/Miflil.i f,,, „.„,,„,,,, f\''_ _ i Pine BlufT's 193-1 championship ng- BreglUlon at Joncsboro lust Friday. -The Chicks will line up against the Hmrtcnne tonight with Iler- .khtd Moslcy, all-illstrlct forward, iilid Dick Tdploii, wcouil team nll- (listriei guard, massing. Tipton un- (if-nvenl nn operation nt Memphis over the week-cml for sinus tvou- )>!<> and will probably bo out of play until Into nest, week Mosloy, who lins been suffering from an' attack of influenza for same time but has- played In spllo of his III- ne.ss, except for the Wclnor game, has been ordered to bed to thoroughly recuperate. Ironically enough, the Chicks, In their weakest condition of the wa- Hm, will face the Hurricane at the peak of lis .strc'iiclli. Three stnr season. Some observers wore , the opinion today that a dccislv ilefc.il nt the linnets of the llurr cane tonight will lesson Blythi villc's eliaiiccs nf,«curinB the dli trlct .lourimmiinl, BO the gloom rallicr .llilr-k iivninid tile tepee. Confronted with the imiJosstbl lask of filling the pliiccs of Mw. Icy nnd Tiptoii In the Chick ma chine in short older, Conch Onr ney t.asite .is expected to sliu Russell Mosley, diminutive hrolhe of Ifcrshel at one forward'. ]>o.s and Eddie Sallbn at (he othn shifting J. W. ,'punio, (ho olrtc .Mosley's running.mate nt forwan buck to a gnnrd position lo brlni (ho ball up the- 1 lloor. Blackwel a regular, will hold down the olh er guard position unit Kochlei . i ociei players of the Joriesboro siiuml, varsity center, will be at his re" including Horse Relief, who turn- ular iwst. . '. By Harry Graysori Casey Stengel has an Idea that the Brooklyn Dodgers will finish Iti the first division next fall. "All ihey have to do is believe that thcy^are as good and play as well as they did during the last two months of the 193-1 season," beams the inimitable manager of the Flalbu.sh Mock. •Stengel's first ycnr as a major league - pilot found him wearing-a tear teg like a bib in the daytime, and obtaining lllllc or no rest on hard lieds nt night. The club had none too milch at' l!ic outset, and butnpc-d into a series of injuries .second only to that which wrecked the Washington Americans. It will. be recalled that it was not until the closing days of the campaign that Hie Dodgers succeeded In convincing Bill Terry and the New York Giants that.'Brooklyn was sl|ll In the National League. 1 Things will be diiTcrenl this trip provided our men continue where they left off," says .Stengel "In that event 'they'll give the pennant contenders many an unpleasant nflernoon," Stengel fully realizes the size of his n&iKnniunU , Ciisey'iinkted Into the Brooklyn berth.with l.-otti eyes open , Having for same-yeutOiecn tlis" interlocutor '"in the Da'fIlness""~ lell +J-'-.- Boys''minstrel show, nnd served as a ppacii'.under Max-Carey," (he for Of .373, .322. .351 nnd .321 h four sucee.sslvp seasons, must hav't something besides, .a. stance, am won't lie mad Just so long ..dray's • "b'loplioi's" continue to fall safely. ••< • • • : ' .. 1 Insists, that hl.s prlro'wf cniit Is First Baseman Johnny Me Cartliy, 'recalled from Dayton, if McCarthy stands up.'the Imvd lilt- ling and versatile Leslie will be handy niaii In oiher roles. Hall players being what they are, It Is entirely possible that Stengel picked up a highly valn- iblc outfielder in Ken Strong, re- lowned New York university 'ath- ete, whom he .signed as a free agent. - . Strong lias been on baseball's idc-llncs since the spring of 1632, s (he result of a badly shattered vrlsl sulfered when he crashed into he Buffalo wall us a member of he Toronto club .during the late verts of the 1931 season. Strong lit .3-10 for Toronto, that year, nnd J7S for Hnzlcton (he season bc- orc. .Strong's comeback- only has to |;e mtf as strong ns Ihe one he .< , Feature. Makh; iViilter Bcals ' fni,tch op till- 'Am- of rmigi) work, raying principally on n test of jnps; Bmltu and life '.son gave • - exhlbltlpn. . In aYmclfnifunry Milk ' • • - Mo. mahiinoUi. K ' eon- wHife sbx PvftHERS... S{)rihg Traihihg Item For On The Outside Looking In By "DDKE" Grayson Meets Oandy I!, Whitwoflh, nlyllicVllle boy ib in.a'do the'trip to the Rose owl this year as an Alabama nch but has- since transferred L. S. U.'sslafT, tells" of mi hi--„ .... „,.„ ,,„ .,,„„„ ciil In the' Stfuiford-Alpbalim vilh the. New. York Giants .In pro- 8nmc revolving around Grimly > cs5loni\t football during tho ' "" ""' '" '" Ml on .recently closed. Ask the Chicago Bears, .son- Defiant ''Fugitive' Opens Up For 'Gweat Big Cop 1 CLEVELAND (OP)—one shout "I'm a .policeman, open. up|^' nn( | ctl out sheep- ;r taxicab driver knew- (he pi'ob- leijis of Hie front office. The coach' hiL'iJqb miifle him well acquainted with (he 'material at his disposal. •';*';* I!ulldB|StafT Arouiid ; iMungo' ( and Lcuinrd. Of the 34 on the Brooklyn ros- Thc "filgifive" 'was-rthoHvvo^ year-old . son of- >ir. : and Mis IfOH-jird- L; Hyde:" o(\ "suburban Shaker ' HclglilS." .He "had ' locked himself in die bathroom. 'After ^..mlnutts' pleading by Ihe .boy's mother (o'open tlioidoov,'she'call- ed police for aid. . - : Pafrolnmn John Brennan arrived, cleared his throat for his most authoritative bass and shout- Gets £ For Tumbling? ter, Slengcj conslderij only; a half: ln051 authoritative bass and sbou dozen x? established first 'division cd:/rhc door, opened. Instantly • plnyers fThey arc Pitchers Van • . Lingle iiuugo . mid Rny Bcnge., Catcher /AI Lopez.'f inficldcrs iTonv Cuccineljo /a nd ;Joe Stripp,' anil Outfielder •. Danny Taylor. "What makes me optimistic," explains Stengel, "is the progress we made in reconstruction. Pitcher Emil Leonard, First Baseman Sam Leslie, Shortstop ' Linus Prey, and Outfielders Lin- Koenecke and Ralph . Boyle revealed major league ability with ti crippled sixth-place "aggregation H they just equal their work the Brooklyn club will be on its wa y "Naturally, we must strengthen' our pitching staff and gain a little i more hitting strength in the outfield, but what club, including last years flsg winners, isn't striving to do that?" 6 There is little question but that the Brooklyn outfit has pitching lummancs of the first flight in, Mungo the right-hand striker-out : with the fireball, and Lco nard th ; big knuckle ball right-hander who ' came up from a class A loop to win u while losing'n ^vin,"in earned run. average O f 3.28 Bcnge, Johnny Babich. and other hoWovers should te of some assistance. From among the newly acquired recruits, Stc n st ,| te J^ heaviest on a pair of southpaws Bob Logan and Frank Lamanski Logan won 20 games lor opolis. Lamanskl recorded .lllcnipts. To Prove Sox- Erred It will be interesting to watch the performance of liui e <5ian "V BOrdagaray, for whom he Dodgeis gave Sacramento Out- Be'rrfn Johnn y Frederick, and Art to P -' to the Pacific Coast bv HIP , II ln thc The only explanation that the Chicago club couS £ec pajlng $15,000 for an oul- rti^W n 10 d l° ppcd " b '°Pl«rs," or & CS ' ,i n spok wh «re "o the ball" C ° 66t hls hands °" Koaexer, Stengel reasoned that » P!?yer who. bos turned In marks i A-proua girl (a rauFc'tta Ood- dard,-Charlie Chapiin'a leadlns lady, shown here Just after sho won ft racdal In the Lalco Ar-' roffhead Ski club's two-mile en- durances contest'. • AnA-tn'Bpite of the fad th«{ Pauletto eeeins to- hare tak«a »t U«l oSe » r»e«. .Wliitworlh credits Claiijiy with Inking most, of (he drive out o! Mm. Grayson'K son, Bobby, after the lalter had been almost' running wild in the,.third quarter. anndy .went In As a aiib. Grayson, fnsl as : n streak, swept out toward his end, intending to fade out as his Interference'•• halte<l Gasidy nnd circle"--llje" defensive halfback, with ri good chance '.to "In file/. J^hnJ ' . /"It-rtf'c'rt'w' nVA,)^" *iT- aclloii made it almost impossible lo tackle -him from directly, ahead Hut It didn't protect'him-from-a side- attack. "Catfish" reached up over -two Alabama Mockers, intent on tnkinf him out. ,- clasped«-hte hands together and swung them down across Tony's head with nil the force he .contd command. .Tony's forward , march ended abruptly and when he hit the ground he was. about two. yards, back of 'his position • -when ."Catfish", caught him. It was several .moments lic- forp -Tony realized -thnt ;lie*.was still in r n football gamp. - ; - - Jii.5t Graysdn • nfnde . the Contest. ' Wednesday Night League .. J'l c . league:'. leadlng'-'Biiildcrs "of tl!o; ( C%. ; Jjoskefbalp IleaRuE ? will nlslakc, however, of • running too t«ke;ou.the second pluce Roland's SlSSe • to^-hij.H. iiitevference^ •'Jiist ,' Bo P.tcry,. five at" -the -'nrin'ory : -Wed- wlieii.Mr; Gaudy was about' Ip go l n *scl»y'; night, with. • the .Builders' down before Orayson's ! iriterfcr-U 1 " tI , ls Piitcd nrst: ;.pla'ce . clai once, he reached"- T over-with-'ono: slfll:c ": '-.: :;..-".. . linnet and-swung.hard to grab Uw.' " In MIC second game'Ace Puckctt ball carrier.' He didn't'succeed in'"»'ill «nd .his ; Pa.slime charges clutching .Orayson: but.-his hand against, ."ferry's -•Service •••Station might Grayson • under the ch!n\<l l Hntel. ' '-.'.'.•.-.••',.,• ',. •-•>...•..;.. and lurnert All-America Bobby ovbi4 The games, this week !are' being l» n reverse somersault. : Bobby's played ;on' Wednesday -night ».iri- fu-' . of.bs.vb.il.1 players Is a „„(,(;, slltntlon,. but It fs ( ti costly np C e> F-lty. fnr,major league clubs, A r"r- K n h.ffB | %. f tl m neur*>A,of ihh Cleveland Indlnta reveals thdt e(ci dltlbh. ,,-.,.bp4; Into. Ihe south and coast cmt $ 15,000 nyefy Alpasoh. ; '•""5'S'iW llf-ml«*d 'ixccoimt: oi r-xp?ndltiires: ;, , W D P L vinT 5 W if p , ' NF.'/ t • ^^ 1. » «htl ' 8 . S 0 * 5 ' 2 •I* 10 ' Waller Addn. H- 11 13 0 Ijarry Tandy., Pr). SE'/,'."s\vii";". T(lndy E ' 13 A. SWK . «c., O,POO; .railroad, {3000; .club- K T(lndy E ' 13 A. SWK NR« house . equipment, $500; baseballs!'*. r ert _?/ llomaB Center 1-3 of NWVI ami bats, tiono execu' - lhomas w «l t- '- ami b[|t^, tiwifl; pcndltures, iisbpi rnedlci) services ?SOO; Ms, baggage, cabs, JSQO a nrl umplrr.s, 5150. •' s( NoJom ter M hriws A lvbry . 3 . . '"^d. a .rtsphitioii setting • for tfe.iantln i n , the ™_ Tliomas, 12 in H 11 •12 10 12 10 13 10 13 10 13, 10 12 3 -', Addn. ?• A- THweatt, N!i sw "/, Unknown Lot No. 2 o o. 2 .Unknown Lot No. 3 a lid "4 ' ..................... J, W. Walker N^'sH- r '"' Wa.shlngton ~ - ' cohcinrtn'g same wi ll Name— Dtscripllon Ark-Ash " Co. Prl. SEK s\V", Ark-A.sh .Co..prl. ,NW',1 . SE 1 /, ..... ............. Ark-Ash Co. Nl4 NWi', SE'/, .............. Ark-Ash Co: Lets No. 1 and No. "2"." .......... Ark-Ash Co., Lots No.- 5 and No G M. H.Austh] LriL 32, Thomas & Morrow' Add n Luxora - .\, ,....- ..... v : ' lank-of .Osceola NW'A "swij "•'• ' "•• "' .......... Barhnm & Driver A Lot In .................. ' iiirchard, &, smith NWM '.""' ...... .'" <la, Birch Prj.. S'A\NEW " ...... -. : " : ......... "' T. R.'Ajtproi No, A 12 12 12 12 12 12 9 13 10 13 10 12 B ..-; ,, . . e. v. A. Brantley, Ix)t-,, i; 2, 3 ami 4, balhduh Ad. ' ' 2.50 3S.«9 42.75 193.19 7.20 32.10 . Store Co. Tract No. 3; liEM N'WK ice Burns,. Lof 18, Calhouu Addn,. Liixbra' Lizzie Camptell, Tracts 4 and 5 - . " ....... ' , W. Chainbers,- SEy, NE", - • Cliurch Property (Lnxora) Lot is. Caiholni ' Xtldn. y •' Wood . Chnrclvr-r-roperty '.(tiixoraV 'LO'I' 35 'and:' 36 ' Wai- J6I^ - AlUln. r, ,.,,;,. - . , ; , ' , hicago 'Mill '& Lbr.' Co.' NElV 'sE'/,"i3 ' o'V B" " ob Collins -(Ulxorn) I_ok -139 and Ho. Morrow -Aium. ..... , ,-. ....... . N. Coppage -Fri; . SE!i NU' 1 ': ","-''"!"•: ...... • W. Conatser. ,tols 10, 11- ami' "12"' ...... "" lerolync R, Conley (or Caiilev) S. !3 A N'W'N'E mos .Cox 1*1,- 10 SE SB ' '••,!•• . • «U,o. Cox . ' ""'""' "'.y. V"» «,!•-•;; JN.-. ol.iMkC ...'.;;..( • 34 il n '$™ C^irnmiiw Tract^ cr^E.-w;,-.' 1 ...'.':':;'.!;'.'. S M 11 In a unn was par. .oys• enesay -ng -- fng the rest of (he (afternoon-'s.tcatl of'Tuesday, night due, lo a nqticuab.Iy b^low, his :previoiis,' n 9Uonal • guard. inspection being Itccalls Catfish's Acl The writer once "Catfish" held tonight but will be resumed on.the regular schedule.nest Tuesday. Smith, All- America end Iro'm Georgia, upset. Mr. Tony Holm, Alabama fullback,' -who .was an All- Amcijca . star in his" own' right; micli in (he .same manner. Tony was ' : p'r'anclcg off tackle, icad up and knees high, with In- tcrfercrs supposed to. box "Catfish" __ ...„._ ..„„ ,,.. w ., .„ _ lllt ..... „ out. Tony's; inuisuaUy high knee United Stales-.. as n'-.one-rmnv usnd-,' Owns SmallMI ..Coniet ~ ";•-, FOND DU. LAC,' ; Wis. (UP)—R, V. Hall, Pond dii Lac, believes he owns the smallest comet in tho world. The lnstnnnc\\l.' is four inches in'diameter ' antt height Inches long. It. was «scd"by Hall '50 yea re ago wheiv'hc (burcd th't! Buy Some Land Cheap Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday, February 5, 1935, uclwecn 10:00 A.'M. nnd 3:00 P. 'M., of said date, at thoT.Cpurl.housc in Bly- hevllle, Arkansas, the Receiver and Commissioners of qrassy Lake * Tyronzn Drainage District No. 0 nnd Sub-District' NoffSI of Grassy Lake and Tyronza.Drainage . District No. 9 will ; sell--tii'Uhe highest and best bidders for cash; nil land-! owned by said ^Drainage Districts in Chickasawba District, sis, listed belo\y. .."• v'..• Any Information concerning same will>be gladly glveii by the Com- nUstoners. ',....' . CIUCKASA1VB.V DISTRICT . ... , ,,, . M 6irpW [.'An. 'coa Boslija ,?Jcastop,.,LqW-No. 22 aiul' 23, Morrow Addti: Jessie Henry Prl. -SEVi -- •'•{'•'.'••. ?' Jcss^ IJenry Fri. s \V!i N[ ' or dut-off / ^ ^ ::'-"• O. R, .Hightower FT). SE>', NW?, '• : ' ' • ' '' "" 30 ~U I 23 13 17 .17 19 14 11 14 11 15 11 • l'',50 .77.30 70.27 46'.<jft 44.43 14 11 Geo. Wheeler Lot No'Jl ,'-E> j" Powe B 1 12 Wood fen. Calhoiin" Addn." .'.'".' ..... T b , N ^ °' Thomi ^ * M « ro w Adc'li,'.. .^ ot No - 13. Tucker's sub-Division . Edith M, Wynne NWW : . NWM ' ib'<n R v Ymmg Tracl N6.M4, SEH Will Young Lot No, 8, Tuc-ker's 40.1. - , Commteioncr,' c. w. RAMEY; coinmifeiohcr By J.-H. CBAHJ,Commissioner.- .'.-.' . , > •• L °. t .. 18 > Tucker's 'sub-Division' ., Ed Hvfi-^'v 1 ;^ 1 ' 10 ' ^'^efs Sub'-DH^ioi, .. Ed Hyde, .Lot . ISO.' Morrow ;Addn ; . Lirxora: . • ' P. M... Jennings NWS NW 1 '! ' • " ' A; f Johnson,, Lots, No. ' 101 and 102,'' Mo'rr'ow' Atiiln • LtiKOra' \ .'.'.'. •. .','..:..:.'' '. • '• • ''' '' "''" .......... ' .... •. .,.. G.- A.,Johnson.> T-rl. N\yl ••' .'. •; J. R. Jolirison, Lot ' No; 52, Spa'nn' '&'. Wood ' Aiidn. ''' ' '' '• . ..... ...,.• ..••, •-• .Will Johnson', iLot. 'NO.' i', ''Calhoun X'ddiir Pete Jones, Lot. No. 24 and, 25, Morrow .'A& lorn Jo ' " ' , . . , , . lorn Jones, Lot No. ' 3," tucker's Sub-Division- ' : Mrs S..Kecsee, Lot No. 16, Thomas .& Morroi- Audi), • .,.'., .'. : » . . . ,• L • ' ;'° r , p - V'* 6 -' 1 * 1 No: 9. f TuckVrVSub-Division Aii ^ndruni .Lot ; ;No..;l, S. C. 'Powell's " ' S'amc-Dfscriptton W. Anderson SE',' L NE 1 ,', • ^...'.. ... J. : W. Barron NWK tiVf'.', '........• J. W. Barron •NE'.iV'SE'.'i Ezra Hampton ' rtl.';.s\yij ...; Ezra Hampton K'.4 >'SB>,j .-' A. J. Day Frl. SW',', : NE'.i ; , S..;Dennis Lot in ' S'.t NE'l J. G. Dungnri.frl: N(£ N 1-12 SW'.i S. A. Elliott NWK ..''.' S. L. aaines NW« SEH .. W. P. Hale Frl. NE 1 , •S. T. R. Approx. 4 14 12 9 14 12 8 14 12 4 14 12 14 12 15 11 10 15 11 15 11 15 11 15 11 5 27 .'15 24 ;-24 27 11 Hiibbard vt Stevens Frt. NE'l SW", • " 17 14 12 " . J. T. Johnson Frl. NWtt NW'l J. C. LeRoy Frl. E'.S SWU ... Levee Board^Frl. E'.j SW',( Levee Board" ff\. N',t E. of L. 3=i II 53 15 r 26 ., ., 26 . , . . .. A. Myers -Lot 8 in SW|5 SE'i . 3G ]5 Rebecca Patterson SEtt NE'i H. perdue Fri; ^E'.i NEK.. a Reynolds Let in Sis SEV, C. A. Rodders Lots 1 nnd 2 in NEvf' «' J^cre^Lols 3 and 4 in NWV, ' ™ omnson f^ 1 - SE« . NEW r, 1=; i •; i ia 15 n , ' - . ....;. ......... .4 J. N. Thomason SWH SEW .. 34 H. a »., " --"• », ,_»JJLJ 7* »i >y -/» ' , , H. Wade Frl. SW'.i NE'i •.-..... J. D. Wallace Frl. SE!1 NWK S. O. Westbrook Estate n-1, SwVi 26 H. Wray 14 12 14 12 15 13 15 1? !5 11 15 II S 14 10 34 15 10 E/'N. AlU,FELDT,"RECEivER OF ORA^iY AND TYRONZA DRAINAGK DISTRICT NT, SUB-DISTRICT NO. 3 OF GRASSY j^, TYRONZA DRAWAOE DlSTRVcTL 9 By., J. F. TOMPKINS, Comnteloner By c. W. BAMEY,. commissioner By J. H. GRAIN," CbmmtwVohef ' 40. •10. 120. 80. 14. 1. 180,. 40. 66. 10.2; 10. 75. 38.63 38. 49.84 , ..... . , , ,^i " ' Katherine Lce/LotRos] '«' and 50 Morrow' N. W. Leonard Frl. N>.; w'Tith C r7v CJ *' ^ ^•"'O.'ciihbiiri' W. J. Lyhch .W!i-:of NW». E. of R; R H. C. Mandrell WJi of SWH ' ' L ° IS W ' " ' «Vn" Aadn. ' , s rtdn. L. Northrup, Frl. NE'V, S & W of Lake L ' Morrow Atldn - q • ; - ' . S. PysheT. Los Nos. 14 and. 15. Ca.lb.oub, Addn. . S._pysher .Lois ffos. 23 and 24, Thomas & Mot- row Addn ...... L ..'-••-NE>{ ,\'wV(' SEH .................. '' And Here's A Feature Value 24 14 11 24 14 10 Jeff Rlggs Estate SwVi"sE<V 38. 40. 350 30. 33.06 53.51 <VND 10 13 ID 39 14 11 14 11 13 9 14 11 4 Ed Roberts Lot No. n.' Tucker's Sub-Division".! S Clyde Robtnson, SEH ;... j, M P. Rogers, Lots 7 and"S,"CaUi'dun"Addn." '.'. . W. L Sanders, Lol No. 5, Tucker's Sn^DU-lsIon 29 School Property Tract No. 2 NEH NWM 59 School Property, Lot No. 1, Blk.-P, Calhoun Addn. School Property, Lots Nos. 66, 93 and M, KWr- row, Addn -.;..,.... " School Properly, lo\ s NM.'^'^'and"»7,''Mor•row Addn: >'. '^' ; • • • • School Property, l/)t s Nos."98t : 99 -> and'•!<)()/Mor,• row Addn. .' • •. : School Properly, Lots"125," IM" nnd "m,"Mor- ,row Addn,- ,....".-.-; , ' ; :NOW Located if'-itl NiHth . ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU -36.64 10. 40. 5.50 100.'' 10.. UI DON EDWARDS, Pr*»rteter A special group of well- t a i I o r e id, attractively styled suits for men and youths, in an interest- in (f fabric variety. DOUBLE-BREASTED MODELS BI-SWINGS SHIRRED BACKS AND OTHER SPORT MODELS $22.50 $241.75 New Spring SHOES Nihiii.Busli .•86.50'Up FORTUNES ARROW SHIRTS For Spring -$2 $2.50 R. D. HUGHES & CO. 3 Doors West of Hitz Theatre

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