The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 4, 1946
Page 6
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PAGE SIX «I;VTHEVII,L,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 104(3 •6ESTIVE TRACT And Stop Doeing Your Stomach With Soda and AlUalizer.s Doa't «xprct lo ^ct resT rrUef from headache, •o«r itomacli, gis and liad fcrt-uth by luVina •oda »nd other alkariEW* if the (rue cause of your trouble- is constipation. In this case, your real trouble Is not In tho •torasch at nil. B'Jt in Hie inU-slinul (rait wHw»80% of vour fooil bdiycitcii. Ami when tho tower p*;t cots LlcctAl loud may [ntl to oieest properly. \Vhi| you want for rc-s! rrliol It FUHRP- thin* U> "unblock" your lover in ttstitui I tru<-'. Som-lbing to ctran it out elTtclively— Mi* Kature ft !>ar',T on her feel. Oft Carter's l''il!s right nor.-. Tatt,> (horn ns dfaecfcpd.' They E*-ntiy onJ t-JTt'Ctivt-ty "unblock" your di;calivi> tr^rt. Tlu* (iMtnits n ." B of Nature's own digestive juirxa tu mix better with y •You get et KC nul feel real you can feel realty good &i;u[. ' I'-lls indigestion so .. Get Carter's I'-lls nt any •triig-Lorp— £5, "Unblock"" your intestinal tmct (or real relief froca Indigestion. Fight Promoter Suffers Stroke Brain Hemorrhage Sends Mike Jacobs To the Hospital Army and Notre Dame Place Five Men on Mythical Eleven lU.I'. lor iS T u\v •1 SHO\\S JJAII.V—•;:: Ineluilinc Sim.—Ah StaU 7/rrTllkATIU; Gli 1 LI) /' Playing, A Nil «r:o ¥ " III Tr{-hn:fnlur VI11CI-K: KvrJi. .$2.10. 51,sr) (I'lrsl II Ito-.vs) -' - ) NI~\V YORK, Dec. 4. Mike Jacobs. Ihe world's for" figiit promoter, was flBlilliig his life todny nl SI, Clare's Hos- pilal, wliere he lay jjravcly ill in a semi-eonia resullln); froiii a heinoi'rlia)jc of the brain. Jacobs, CO nnd enfeebled mild "stroke" iiicnlh, was In such serious con dition aller yesterday's fompicio eollapse that physicians woukt ha^iiril no prediction as lo wliotn- er he would live. They stated merely [hat any change for belter or worse sho;ild occur within 48 hours, i Jncqbs—a slender, 'withered man | with « buldish. eagle head— collapsed nboul J ]> m. ycstcrd'jy in ! the office of a chiropractor friend' ! In Ihe Capitol Theater Buililln;,'. He collapsed after two days ol strenuous activity — mental nnd physical activity thai lied been forbidden by his personal physician. Dr. Joseph Fcldman of litiin- r .on, N J.. where Mike liv;s. As Jacobs stood visiting with Ins friend, his knees buckled t'.v'r:: 1 — 'a:- if lie had bec-u hit nn the chin with a straight riRlil"—iinct he pitched sideways into Ins friend's arms. While first aid was \x\:\g !<l- misistercd. Dr. Vincent Nardlellol was called. Dr. Nnrcilello is a s.alt! physician of the New York Slate! Boxjiifi Commission and lie is Jacobs' personal Manhattan pny- sition. Dr. Nardiello ordered the promoter removed to St. clf.i'e's Hospital in an ambulance. B VfAltl, MJMHJUIST lUnllril I'ITSS Miiorts U'rlterl NEW YCHK, Use. -I iUl'1—Ann; and No'Tc Datne, national co-champions in tho cuUcniaU; loolbaH realm, led the \vay today will) liw of the 11 nlaces on the 104C United Press Ail-America football team selected ijy :,|>o;t.', ediliii:;, writers and radio broadcasters from euast to Tlie rolossiii (ad«rt-> ol Annv, vvno marched throryh three x'astitis un- team Connor. H was it truly All-Ameri with every section represented. The Midwest ((unlimited It with lour men, Luj;u'k, Connor, Alex Agasc o/ Illinois at guard and Warren AmlliiK ol Ohio stale at tackle. The Hast was next with three men, all Iroin Army, while the South placed two, halfback Charley Trippl ol Oeori;!a and Center Paul Duke ol G"ort;ia Tech. I'Voin Ihe iiouthwesl, tjnard \Vel- (fon Humble of I1i:e was the repre- senialivo and IUIIT fialdwln of U.C.L A.'s unljeatc-n Bruins at end beaten despite a halr-raisinx scar enfeebled b" a.j,, their finale a«ainM Navy, jjla-.vil; upheld Pacific Coast presllgi "Thronibols'' >iuu, l three men. their touJlidoivn back- 1 stars un the University of Arkan. R:\2-rback squad, co-champions field twin.';, Glenn Davis and Felix Blancharil. nnd tlioir ):reat loid, Henry rolclber^. Notre name, en- jyyiii!! a post.var resin K^ncy in football In which it won all of its Cames rxce[)t the stlinnn 0 to u tie wltli Army, wa.s represented by' its brainy quaMerljack. .Johnnv I^'.i- Jack, and its inobUc tackle, Georgi: Thirty Chicks Turn Out for Cage Practice Thirty prospective 1 Chick caKei turnrcl i.ul for the fiisL official fox^.c-ilKill practice of din season yo.sto:<luy aflernnon on tlu 1 lii'ril school c'i'U'l, Coach Hiil Godwin announcer! today, L^lit drills oiK'iiod UK- season work as 11ii> Chicks humdird preparations lor their journey lo O.sce- ola Doc. 13 y.'lic-:e both tho senior boys and n'rls quml.s play llieh fX'helltllcd [{[nncr. Fiisl homo tilt is siatccl lor Jan , \\hrn the O.sceola quints a])prai here in a return t-ame. or the Srjuth'A'estern Conference. were completely overlooked in mnk- inu iij) tlic roster for the All- American eleven. Hiee shares tile conference honors with Arkansas anil li!',s two men on the mythical team. ' L'.iyin; of Texas made the -second team. The 19^16 All-Ameriion Griclmen The rosier t>f the United Press All-Amcrii-a football team for I'JIfi Ifilli)\^s; i UticliT Ihe point system tlu- man receiving the place vota r.f t vi ry person pat liclpalill'i lu the nationwide ]jr>!l would KC( Only '10 ])er cent of the clothing was ready-to-wear 1880. men's s late Four Blytheville Chicks Get Honorable Mention On All-State Grid Team Four Biythcvillc- Chicks appeared on the Honorable Mention list iiup- plemcjitinK the /.rtonsas Higli Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because. It noes right to the seat of the trouble, to help loosen and expel r.errn laden phlegm, and aid nature to; and heal raw, tender. In- flnmed bror.ciiial mucous mem- brnnes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Crcomulslon with, the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money baclc. CREOMULSIOH I forCouehs.ChestColds, Bronchitis School chosen and the league's coaches, Receiving Honorable Mention lav Conference mythical eleven their K rkl work this season were by the Arkansas Gazette( Jimmy Stafford, end; John Hoover, Kiiaril; Gerald ijlomeyor, center; and Harold Tr.iylor, back. VISIT Mason's Studio 320 SO. LAKE ST. For Better Photographs Get Your Christinas Photos Now! 2 Day Service on Film Developing! I' K. 'I'. (}. C. O. T. K. QB. Jin. i us. P13. Nil nut UntT Itiildwm Gco. Cotinur i XI Alex Asuse I'anl Uuke Weldon. Humble \Varren Aniline Henry I'oldbf!:; John lAljack t'/.t Glenn Davi:-, Charley Tripjii Felix Fllanchai "I Seliiiiil UCLA Niitiv Danif Illinois GK. Tech Rice Ohio .Slate A] my NutJ'e Dame. Army Georgia Ai'iny il. fl'l" Sports Quiz Conducted At Lions Club Luncheon Members of the Lions Club held tli'eir weekly meeting yesterday nootl at. the Hotel Noble. The pio[;ram consisted of n Sports Qul/. cotuhicted by Harman Taylor. Guests at the meeting hi- elucled Dr. J. H. Hicks, professor of the Old Testament in the School X—junior; 'L~- sophomore; ollvr:s—.-.eninrs. '.'.It '-MO 214 20(1 200 1,'ili 170 185 F f)'!0 iitllnmc Town I' Hakerslicld, Gal. Chicago. 111. Hvanston, III. Atlanta. <Ja. San Antonio, Tex. i'Tiuia, III. Dallas. Tux. Connellsville ' Clarcinonl, Cal. Piltston, I'll. Bishopvillc, S. C. 1.5E9 800 n:io 1,804 Vanderhilt Will Continue To Observe Conference Rules, Chancellor'Says NASHVILLE. Tenn.. D.-l:. -1. lUP) —VanclerbilL football toairs wul "continue to net licked" if the [H'k'e of a consistent whining leain is breakini; Sotitlicastein Conleron'.'e rules. Dr. ,Han p le. IJranscomb, chancellor, saict last nii;lU- "I have never heaci a Vande:b;lt of Theology at .Southei^u Metlujcl University In Dntlas. Texas; H. Gnvan and J. 1J. TCi'eli, both Memphis; and Wil.son Henry Elytlienlle. Grid Enthusiasts Urged to Speed Ballot Delivery • Ciricl fans apparently pondering at length upon their choices of the j i eleven r:inkim« Chicks to occupy i hct'.hs on the '•All-TiiiH- Chicks" j | team. Since the primiiiK of the j ihM, ballot Sat unlay, two fans j , have submitted their .selections t() p 1he Courier News Spurts i Another— iiiul filial—ballot Mill I l,o iitinrccl on Friday's edition ol i the courier Nev. s. [t will be the lu I warned you about those Infer/or Ot'/<s-next time try- Phillips 66 Motor Oil I" PROVED BY 66 BIU1ON MILES OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE of TJlylhc- "All-Tinic" Any r.layer from the star-shielded ranks o! the. :>:t years ol Chick football is eligible for an "All- Time" berth. When it appears that | all h'.illols have been submitted, exults will b? tabulated and the All-Time chicks" lineup announced. Since it is likely thai voting on .<ome of the Chick stnnd-otits of past seasons will be close, a second team will be selected it bal- Write in ynlir selections opposite thr designated positions autl. . . Mail the ballot. . . Send H by Pouy Express. . . Dispatch il by carrier pUH:eon. , . Oi - lie it to a brick and throw it at the Sports Editor, but net it t": 'Ihe .Sports Desk. Blytheville Courier News, Blytheville, Ark. alumnus suggest that we i;o out and iiiy what it costs to ^et a win- j iiii»! football team." the cliaticc.7~.or told a civic jorum. \ He added that some schools 1 "brcal: over the line" because ol i tioinciuiiKis financial bonuses pawl whining teams. Read Courier News Want Ad, 1 ;. AUTHORITY OF IHE COCA-COIA COMPANY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO, of BLYTHEVILLE ; NOW.. . FOR THE FIRST TIME IN BLYTHEVILLE! VIRGIN WOOL YEAR-ROUND TRIPLE-THREAT TWEED SUITS HO Now Tot' Hie, first lime in lilytlieville, and, of course, you'd CN])OC! lo iiiul Ihtni at the store' that .lack's building. 'I'riple Thrcul Tweed suits for casual wear or business wear. In plain louts or lierrhiKhone weaves. Triced ill only SHI O.rf,) rriiitr.nrmt rd fail in /irrriir^/K>n^ iy;tr. The ciitinterfmrt tu iilttiil tnnr. i/wiro in large illustration. // It's for a Man, MEAD'S Will Have It (f.rfi) Plain lone coat tint with licrrinelmiic or jtfain KY/Ji 1 *: slwk* fur spectator sfwrlJicur. MEAD'S (. ttiiyir) Hen in pliant nvr'- cixtt iforu iiilli toitlrtiftiiiiZ Cahurtlinc orfltjnnrf 'darks Jar informal lint'; ifffir Ici'lh /rii/l thrush. Star performers...they come up each morning, fresh as a daisy..".perfect teammates...they go with whatever you wear. $l. "Botany" Brand Regencc Ties $l .50.' MEAD'S 321MAINSTREET

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