The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1932 · Page 6
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^PACE-Stfr LwR^qp'^miERjKETra jl . -^- t - i ~~+^-^~—^—r f - ,-— DEFECTS STEELE Wl5^Inv^ in_ I irviA -f/-k»« li/f'nn TJ^I-*^ ¥3._*.1_ • . ——- - !•*< ' •— ^L It's Train-Time for Mrs. Babe Ruth Blylhcvillc In First Win of! Season for Consolation Honors. Leachvlllc's fa.sl n.uhur-1 .Irt] uy 'Hipp, lanky center, swept through lo vlctorj 1 In the Invlinilon case tourney lictil line vs'.crday al the ' armory. I-raclivlllr: defeated Steele In the championship q:m)>. 43 to 20 and completely outclassed • all opposition In (he tourney. • The Dlylnevi:--. hijh Chlcknsaws chalked up their nrsl win or tlio season by defeating Cooler in tho consolation finals, 34 lo 19 The decisive victory of Ilic Chicks over the 'Cooler quint was mwxpertfd It gave Coach Henry Hudson a victory In the Isst athletic contest in which lie directed a niythevlllo high fenin. Hudson was to leave Immediately after the game for Louisiana Slate University u-hcre ho will enroll for special work. Thi champion Leachvillc quint won over Cooler in (he opening round of play. 2C. to 13. In (lie semi-flnnls Leuchvllle trimmed Luxora 29 lo 20 In n hard fought game. Stcele. Ihc tnm Hint lost to Leachvillo in (he finals, turned back Dlythevlllc In the first round. 33 to 20. and polished off Wilson in the semi-finals, 2! to 17, In a thrilling canw Slecle look the worst drubbing administered by D Lcaclivillc during, the.tourney h the final game. 'Blythevllte At into the consolation finals by virtue of n forfeit when Shnwnec failed to appear Cooler^beat Holland 51 to H to carri its place In the consolation finals. . Trophies were presented to the Lcachvlil*, quint, tourney winners and • the Dlythevllle five,- consolation winner, by Crawford Greene superintendent of schools here. . In'-a girl's gtuna that preceded the two final gomes las! nifht Hie '• Holland lassies easily defeated the Blytheville girls. The seorc was H. to 7. . .. .Championship Finals leechyiltc '(43) Pos. Howard 3 p Plckens 0 F Hipp 20 C Ktfnnetl 2 G Sclby 1 . G __ ,.. Substitutions—(Leachvlllel Thurman 9; isierlc) Harris 2. Cmnp- icll 2. . . Consolation* Finals rj"" Bnulbur ". "'he Stockyar Js i ers' side, and aprecd to call It i Stcelo ;<?« Terror." once rrfomrt . ' fitf,, al- draw at the one o six Sun* i TTflrle n ,CT lhf» rlofKlfln V»n,l lu.y,.. .......... t ... . twtlllua II Earls 2 Burroughs ! Fender Pfeffer Jolmron B\ilte (34) Short 7 Purtle 17 Tipton 4 Brooks- Wilson Pos F F C o G Cooler (10) Burns G .. Tern 1 7 Owens 1 Brooks 2 Garner 2 . Substitutions— (Blyihevlllc) MOS- ley .6, Holland: (Cooler) Barker 1. . Officials — Matthews, referee; A'<?*ander, scorer, Potter and Croft, timers. Senath Teams Win Two From Cardweil Cagers ''. CARDWELL, Mo. — Thursday evening the basketball teams of Senath Hieh School defeated the Cardweil High School teams. The gomes, were played in Cnrd\vel!'s gymnasium. As this was one of the most Important games In ths end of the county, a large number of people were present and . the gym was packed to capacity. The scores: Girls. Senath. 34, C. H. S. 32. Boys, Senath, 31. C. H. S., 21.. The .girls gam? was the more Interesting of the two. It was close throughout the game, with first Senath leading and then Cardweil: but near the clots of the game, Senath gained and held a two-point lead. The boys game was not so close, at any time of the game, as Senath soon gained a 10-point lead, which, they managed to hold. For some reason 'he Cardweil boys, who did r.ot play up to their usual standard, were unable to make their shots count, as they missed many. Girls Game Line-ups were: it the old Tremont House in Chl-jtiful lacin s . True to his prom- r , M,f S , !r' mW '' ( ° "i"" I 1 '*' howcrer - Bradbuni called it Burke In Mitchells room. Mil-'a draw and demanded two more hell cxplrimcd: "Since this fight was arranged, Burke and 1 have been matched o fight.in Australia (or a larger purse. A decision might kill the ther fight. We don't want n ite- Iston here." Cardweil N. Hartey I. Dean P. Hastings I.' Blakeney V. Lester O. Bishop. Pos. G P F JC TtC G Senath Karnes Hastings Williams Douglass Storey O. NortJi (C»pt.) G R. Gsrh»m • P&C V.-Slakeney F ^ B»ys Dime B. Mlze . . : F J. Cunnlnghun P M. Burcham P RC Rob'.nson Cpt. P. KillUn B. Bishop O. Mise . C£F C p . Roberts R. Ross Hutchens w. Ross Lewis Ford . , Stewart (Cat*.) O Karnes (Capu : Referee — SU11 ings, 'Coach of Slkeston High School. Score keeper— Chas. W. Mickey. BERLIN, (UP)— Berlin noctun al amusement resorU arc undei going i n»vc of imitations of Pai . lsi»n wsorii. Cabarets bearing sueh P»risi»n narti^; as "Ba MuKtt*,"- "Qturtler Latin," "l Don*," "I* Jockey," "Ui Jungle ' , : roon».. recently. Htwi Want Ad* Nevrr Know When- Plopped u]i on pillows in hh ho .',' room, after St«v»«ffa*a»" knocked him out, Tommy'. ran the PuiiaCclphlaiP^-. -e In , JlJs v ^,-'W n i I needed. It will give me the in centlve to com* buck and' I should n B lit." • i'»•. • • ^t ;•' U'hrn tht i.tt-i 'Oo An' lio\('r- before-'lie 1 '* hair been clliig from . rope to rope de nsIiiB against the onsiauehl o the savage yoiuiy; slugger befor, | him. The left hand that a few yours a|jO was as sharp as a rapier- thrust wus only.a lingering -relic now. HLs less wilted beneath him [ .N'o longer would they carry him in and mil In the .old easy, gracefu I.oiishrr.n style. He "tripped, ant tiimbVi:! time anil again; lik'e • a b.iby learning to walk.. Old Faithful Lltde Joe Smith iia& wfirl him. Uttlc Joe still' keeps 'the'Yafth. He hns seen Tommy's gameness In score, of...-, jtflhiu:.'Havknows.*t,. c j fiber of courage' of ^hh*i' toiigli- | ran is.,made.. -Jo hirji./Twnmy^ is 'weather « hurricane and come from behind to win, fighting. Little Joe speaking: /'Certainly he will fight again. What are-a couple of defeats?' Why I saw—" And he wept on to tell what I he had seen, what the Loughran lor -" AN niniiMm'ty MCfiPATU :cr tlic decision had been arranged hi • advance. • Sliortly after Charley Mitchell, Ihc old English champion, anil lack Burirc, the Irfsh iad, had been natchcd, Dradbum received a note ,uu» ran Mitrlii'll nuking him lo rail tore IMsslbie, and call for rounds. He nlio stipulated „,.,,. If cither Lo.xev loafed, he would declare the affnir no contest. They went along evenly lor live rounds. in the sixth Milclieil and gnvr- llnvke a s8M s $rj5|j^i! Vf ^(k&M I'w'j: ?fc lD VOU KNOW THAT- ... "1 cnmc back after the Sharkey fight." says Tommy Loughran, "and 1 can do It again." • • . 'I will lake a complete rasl, a couple of months at least." ... -I have been fighting too often." . . . "What do F think of Steve Hamas?" . . "He knocked me out, didn't he?" ... "I Ihink he will go for In Die game." . . . "Physical condition?" ... "I was tops." .. "That busted ankle?" . . . "It was swell.'' . . . "Mended perfectly." . . . "It was just one of those things." . .' . "I ran Into one." . . . "I'm sorry." a. »*<&< WARNING ORDER -••-r—. Was On* . ' Foiir years ago' In' January, -he had .seen plenty. Leo Lomski, the Aberdeen Assassin', 'oame raging out of jthe northwest with' * roaring right. Lo'rnski sent* that. roar- Ing right flush against Tommy's chin in the first round of their battle at Madison Square Garden. But Loiignrah got up; calmly at nine, the,; ghost • of a • silly ,- smile flitting, across his fighting face. LomsXi came on again'with ah'ir- resistible attack;,..driving., (ha new light heavyweight'': chiunpibn" from corner, to corner,- finally, flooring him afaki. i Coulo!. he get 1 up • this thrie? Yes, -ne f couk£> '/ t x /: jt " The dancing msster got lip nirie.'.PmichVWouded.". CrflKy.H, carried | oti: by irStinit-ijiiiiTjIlt thrust, .darl iri,~fade back, side step. ' ' ' •' ; The end of the first round foun BRUSHING UP SPORTS Laufer Mtf .rfrMAKE 7fiE Ll&rlTWE|6»T LIMlf rounds. Both men were angry then— and Burke sailed into Mitchell ivilh such fury that he really did even up the bout. j There \vns one case where n draw „ . ;decision was correct, even ihoii"'i Bradtmrn at first was mdi B ii- ; frnmcrt-Biirt the customers /y nt. But finally lie saw the box-j their money's \\xirth. Two Thrills In One Visit HERfilN. ill. (UPl-Jnmes I .' ; rale of P. date of l»r Ulitll Mrs. Anna Shtde is 'warned (o appear in th e Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, wlthirj thirty days, and answer the com^ plaint o! Union Savings Building & l-onii Association. "•' This 15th day of January, 1932. : R. I.. GAINES. Clerk. Uy Harvey Morris, D. C. ?cld, Evrard & Henderson. Attjs. lor Plaintiff. 10-23-30-0 NOTICE OF SALE Irown. a tobacco grader, age W, of Hanson. Ky., came here for a visit ...o .„,„ lu =tLl , >t ,„ ecently, and saw his first moving of the purchase money, lieture and first airplane. He was i Given under my hand this Vl 1-1 >Irwl K*' 1.n«T. !.-_ . lion being retained on the prem- to secure the payment by both. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE N" THE CHANCERY COURT OF .COUNTY, AR- - 18th day of January. A. D. 1S32. R, L. GAINES. Commissioner In Chnnrerv. 23-30-6 -.'-| WARNING ORDEK .. CH1CKASAWBA DIS-! CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISS1I'- T>1 COUNTY, ARKANSAS John U. Meyer, Plaintiff, No. 5125 vs. Emily :*feyer, Defendant. y Meyer, is Notieo is hereby given that in Hirsiiance of the authority and Irccllon contained In the decretal rder of the Chancery Court of tisslssippi County. Arkansas,Chlek- sawba District, made and entered n the 17th day of November, 931 in a certain cause. No. 4%3 hen pending, therein, between the "'rudcntinl Insurance Co. of Amer-a, a corporation, plaintiff, and Marvin H. Robinson and Eliza- elh W. Robinson, hts wife, et al defendants, the undersigned as ommissloncr of tald court, will of- er for sale at public vendue to he highest bidder at the front aoor of the court house '« the city of Blythevlllc, Mississippi County. Arkansas, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and hree o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday tho 13th day of February. 1932, th 0 following described •eal estate, situated in Ihe cliicfca- awbn District of Mississippi Conns', Arkansas, to-\vit: The cast 45 acres of the Northeast Quarter iNE',',1 of Section Five (5). Township Fourteen (14) North. Hnngc Twelve (12) East of tho Fifth Principal Meridian, less the right pf way of Drainage C.miJ, leaving a net acreage of 44 acres. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit wnrnert Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, (us sheriff of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will sell on Feb. 6. 1032, during lanfiil hours at the south door of the : court house in Blytheville. Arkan- paici aim aj fsSp 3l pllb i lc auction to th P higli- cst bidder, upon a credit ot three months, with approved security and a lien to be retained upon the properly sold. Ihe following real estate situated in the ChicV.asawta District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, to-wit: Northeast Quarter of tho Southeast Quarter iNEU SE',1 of Section 1, Township 15 North. Range 10 East, lyin? west of Hie railroad rigl'.t-c!- way. which crosses the north- cast corner of said-tract. Said sale is made pursunnt to idgmcnt and order of Ihe un:rt ' " Picas for the Ciiicka- Sunday ud Monday Jlatinee — 2:30 ^NigHt— 6:4 Adm.— Matinee ' atitf -Night— ' 15 and 40c . th,r:y !iuila . !iuia rjutrict of Mis days ,„ Uic court named in the : ly , Arkansas, dated a caption hereof and answer thch"32 i n ii lc case of Ens- A complaint of the plaintifl, John D. Dumber CompanV, p^un, of Missbalppl Co-,. January 12 Meyer. Dated 1-13-1832. ' R. L. OAINES, Clerk. By Elizabeth Blythc. D. C. Sam Manatt, Atty. Ad Lltem. Mrs: w. M; Potter, defendant. Dated this 14th day of Jr ary, 1932. W. W. SlfAVFH 53-30-6-13 I SherifT and Co'.;cc->Sheriff of Mississippi Co'.-.it .-.' '•. ' :c-:3 with . . , Eddie Cantor and Charlotte Greenwood —Awl— -A Chonis of Pretty Girls Also News and Comedy GEM THEATRE Sunday and Monday Matinee—2:30 - Night—6:45 Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 30c SEE Surrender' with Warner Baxter and Leila Hymns Also News and Comedy OOIM," "I* Jockey," "Lo. Jungle," of three nmni^r i'i V ; ^"SLr- *•»»•-»»*- ***%^^ v Erz\ - , ~*. i-u t,ivv»l(.C LJUlfU it.S I required by law and Ihe order and i f" r ". ° r ?»M «urt with approved stcunly, bfnring interesl at die | FRONT WHRKI, ALIGNMENT UKAKR ADJUSTMENT SHOCK AB SORBERS Special 75c SAVE YOUR TIRES HERE'S A STUNT C I OCR your wheels sharply ,VT Can't do it, eh? Just "in,," wheels out. of line. And ,• Jnstincnl of shock absorbers cr.:- Ftuilty adjustment of brakes «:;; of tires will cost a lot more tiii> to pun the car straight ahead ' l m " ™** hw '.0 do It ^,h. bad for the tires. Faultv ad- we!?ht to pound on Ihc'lirVs' J'0«r incs to drag. A ik Si . .7 . . C,, (( , sis Lllhrica(ion . -- , , -that... •- ,had ,,.l»en deadly in the first rouh'd?"and countered with amazing swiftness, gradually his brain cleared. And as-the clouds left Loughran's eyes, irj.> bad-way. Serorids '&d\ tomski's chance i«la Joe worked on him- des'per- ately.'; BuM^*, ' st ilj groigj^! the second round.started. ' . .-' .He fought on' r/j', instincl still, "e did not run or hold but straightforwardly carried the fight ta.tas. opponent.. .He-^lipp»d. ,th» was gone 1 forever. - - , f • i- • j » . , The'latzo Struggle ... •' Then there; was. Latio. He too 4 had brought the clouds'to tough-.' ran's eyes in the early rounds, but! Tommy weathqred that storm too and. came, .ou.lo. W | n ( rom a tugget i That'was' four"' years' ago.' 'four years mean a great- deal in a boxer s life. Aflcr four years, sometimes the clouds won't clear, and the Jess.and arms refuse to follow commands. : • But he's still the same Tommy, to Joe—the same ganie guy who got up twice at nine; and came on to beat Lomski! You can't tell Little Joe he's through. Not after what Joe has seen!- The Polish ' Broadcasting . owned and operated by the gov merit of that nation, made a ii of $66,547 last year. ' .»vand NO holidays NEW Want-Ads i • i' ' - ' '' • ' ' • Even ihe "extra" day this year provides no Koli- : ;; -..'day .for .these busy workers. They're on ihe job ; , -continuoljsly, scouring unseen markets, searching ,...;,; out the Individual—the service—the merchan-. ; iv :^' se —^ e "lost", and the owner of the "found" ;':•". •" They are ever ready, steady workers and ' : i because of this they find the answer to every WANT. • ..•':'.' THE COURIER NEWS WANT-AD DEPARTMENT o -. ">

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