The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1932 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 26, 1932
Page 6
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'PAGE Sit Steele Wins First OEFEIITS tiCfll Blytheville Loses Crucial Game; Osceola Puts! Skids Under Yarbro. BRUSHING UP SPORTS ^-^> oocrt! w. lie*- Tlicj- finished First Hnlf Team w Steele C Blytheville 5 Yabro :- 5 Osceola 3 Annorel 3 Cooler 2 J'ct. .750 .025 .025 .315 .375 .250 Stccle's fast quintet won the first half race of the Ark-.Mo cage league last, night by disposing of lilvtlic- v.llie while 'Osceola defeated Yarbro Steele, Blytheville nnd Yarbro were In a three-way tic for the league leadership up until last night's gnmes. Cooler failed to show up for il.s game with Armorel and the contest was forfeited to ihe Arkansas .team, 2 to 0. Sta?lc made sure of nt lenst a share in • the first half honors by trimming Dlythcvllle in (he oixm- ing game at the armory. The score. . was 40 to 15. The SWele cagers cot off to an early lead. Ahead at the half, 11 to 8, the Missouri quint, sprinted in ihe Jasl hnlf and lo.ssed •goals from angle-, for 29 additional points while the Blyllicvlllc boys garnered but seven more. Booker Steele guard, with U points led iho individual scorers. Yarbro and OKcoIa played i nil) and tiick game for the first, halt but Osceola eased out In tront ot the .Yarbro -five for a neat 22 tn 13 decision at the close. Yarbro kept the Osceola team from clicking in the first half but in the final period Pincher nnd his creu- bs?nti to droo In-..the seals, nnchor led [he Q S '. Cfola" scorc-rs with 9 points. .The second half will-open next Monday night. First Gnat B'ville (.15) Pos. Slcelo (40) F P C G G Potter 2 Holland l Stevens 2 Harris 3 Griffin 5 Tolberl 8 Earls 6 Hums J Carter J Booker 14 : Substitutions- (BlylbevlllM ,MC »;« 2; Warrinston, Bible. Smith (Stcete) Crockett 4. Sinai Game Armorel 2, cooler 0. Forfeited upan non-appearance of Cooler. "•:'-• Third Gam e Oscwla-<22) Pas. ' Yarbro <!3) p Jenkins F Akin 2 , Ho»-erton 3 1 Halkba'ugh 5" .Watson ' • Tallin? • Pinchcr Q - Substitutions Northern Jackson l Zoliner c Rheu- i- 7™ ~ '""c" 0 '"! Rneu- . 4- (Yarbro) Little 2,'pern- •> pfficlak-rvy, ref ere e first game:' Croft, referee,.Greene, umpire thirl ' ARE - You DUE WPEW VoO R ac CD It DID OPEN REVIVAL Bantams Head Program Tonight; Sea(on Takes on Collum. - arrived yesterday and through a workout that gave J i. ' nCK '' e v:is '" B°od shape for Uhe slated ten round mill accoid- •\toV to rejiorts. D'Olive says he is in Iho best of shape rmd will hav> Jio excuses to otfer if h e doesn't .succeed In defeating Dougan, the dinicult task set before ' him D'Olive won his last fight In the scml-idndup position on a Mem- Armory P hls card In short order and hopes N/cmtJ]lis ,V OU1Kler ' ~ > Seato " * popular ;:d looks on he tcughes; proposl- has yet cnco'.interetl <Jo as well tonight. Dougan will as usual be the favorite lo best his opponent. Tne Blylhevllle boy has been jneet- wlll try to stage a come- , °" ' co "' crs here uver a P erinrt Here tonight with r » I VearS a " d h!s )o " te bm - * .. „ , LcRoy abl : oa il ar c <*w and far between >. me Fightln' Irishman, nnd Oougan holds o:ie decision over .ATip D'Olive, bantam southpav; ^Ollve and expects lo add another "'"" «l-«iwlpfJl. in leading roles j t0 " iffht ' ' „ on a card offered the fan .rater . T y yL ' SKU ""' lhc I - UTOra _ __ ^an iratcr- | schoolboy, mid Young Cullom of lion sea ion Here, • Kid Piliclv.nd. the weaving, uob- l)liiB l;o>- liciii Stet-Ic, Ciuuthers- vlllf and way points, and Kid Okern of Memphis who, If memory series rlshi save PrJtchard a drubbing once here, will meet In a four rounder. A bailie royal will open Ihe card. , Jo e Craii'. promoter, said (his .morning that all (hp bouts would I be put on as scheduled so far as ihe knew. Are Vnu SmllfnjV If you were oliered thc choice of lopping S10.000 from Bubo Ruth's 380,000 salary, or reducing [he »65,0pp stipend of jiBlge- Landls hy (he same amoiun, which would you prefer doing? (H's a kind of a nasly (mcstloii, at thnt, and you don't have to nnsivcr mili'M 'nu Mnnt to.) * • - • Think Now— If Ihe tout that Jack Kcnrns ro™ • ' not nearl i- common m basketball as person- proposes to stage between -his nan Mickey AVnlkcr and his former man. Jack Uempsey, materializes, just what arc w c going o call, it? (Write your answer omewhere on the snnd.) One Vot* for Baseball A recent poll of sporls wrJlcrs cvcaled that golf required more Mil than baseball. The essential ««,„. ,i .sain ffercnce between the two games, worth try[n°. lowed from tl^s corner, seems to » thai golfers only have lo hit ihe ball, but the. tall players not only have to hit U. but to catch t. Camiot the golfer's drive be likened to a long base hit? And the approach to a well-placed nigh- over second? And the nnlt to a drag-bum? Well, just look the olhcr departments of base- Tickcts to view the Olymjilc whiter ynmcs nt L;iku Plnntl of three clashes. st!\nd, hleachei-s nnd rcoui .. .GrnnclstniKl llckots ' me $3 ench. exceut lor the oiic-n- hig and' closing ceremonies antl Ihe ski jumps, v,-hen thc price will be S5....Bleacher wnls are 5'2 except lor a Jew events when the price l s S3....stand- ing room is SI a licail. except ror (he opening antl cli»ln b ' ceremonies and fJil-Jiimps....Sea- son tickets Boed for every one of tin- Jd ovonis on the fn-dny prourniu mny be lind for: grandstand, $15; bleachers, S30; standing room, S15....children under 15 half price....spec;nl f mirth- irice niTanticincius for )>ruii|>.s of chiMrcn have been made by he committee. j Southern California nitd two | field e oa!s in ihe 1931 season. I Ernie Smith scored cue against [Oregon Slate and Johnny Baker's i i place-kick beat Notre airno in i the closing mtmites. , teams were trying to score, in- i of one team freezln? the i , w ,, tall to protect a lead, would ue | V liilcie.sli'ig (c «atch than , , Q lvl IIHI^LL lllilll f\TTr\rmr many of ihe games played Ihesc L QU NCY ' Mn -' is - (UP)—i (Inys. It sounds lifee n gocxl phn * }l "" c - v was incorporated as a u-nrfh tri-Ln™ ' -i-l Veilrq nSn if Vio,. ^^^ i.. erson- c cr eparlmn, fouls, are those, not involving *»!! requiring skill on th sonal con " "'"'— '- " " These are tech- personal contact, nical fouls: Delaying ihe , . , B-""V, ifaiuig circle on jump ball before ball is In'* ^° llt rcIX>rU}1 B 0 ™ Korors". °™l U '"!'. 0 , U . t ., rec< « nilion f«m ret- communicating vitut, f\l[L[[. flp never ihrew lo iho wrong base— or caughl a pop Hy in h!s teeth. * • • Such Obstln.K-y! co ,. a ere« until play is resumed; pto- tating , decisions or unsportsman- like Uctics; leaving the court- entei-ing game after leaving it twice; chaiging numbers without notifying referee «nd scorers' co»chln» from sidelines; going on _ .-.,,.„, av«i£ ui floor without permission of referee or umpire. . The penalty-* free throw for *»al with time suspended and play rewrttng to center. Changing , numbers iho brings disqualification for the rest of ihe game. For •"— from the sidelines or go- Ui* Ask the Wtn Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday C1 Matinee—2:30 - Might—6:J5 H C .Aflni.—Jlatinee mid Night m n J ' " mails and garin E upon h | s c tract for 19K. which showed substantial cut, .-mixed thereto some warm words and mailed it oack. A day or so later h c re- 'T 1 '" C0ntrart f ™» '" , olllc ". sliowiiiB a leas sub. stantlal cut. He signed. Such ts Ihe career ol the holdout • . , few Hive Done It Holillns wit is ono of lh hardest things a ball plaver ca,' ' F»H upon himself lo So. The i proof is that tov have done it Roush held cut tor a v l-,ol c . and when he tried to come back, f olmd that he was missin »H COU E' 0 pf c y 11 »* Hon >e Run" Baker re .« •"the Macks-ar.d came bark •H years ago it has had o"nly on city messenger, Harry W. Tirrell. RITZ THEATER Tuesday and Wednesday Malinoe—2:30 - Night—6:45 Ai\m.— SlfUinee— (0 and 30. Nit'bt—10 antl 3oc . CSrii A Lover by Day. ., At Night a Fiend « J M°v hard to br(?ak '"- !M>a<i I le Kerr held out for a year A' i a member ot thc While Sox trl d ! to come back and couldn't Joe Genew ten. Giants' p ,, cncr . wris ^ ; a) of last year, but now has b»e I reinstated and will tr y again. * an Tom Swope relays from cinnatl tiding that E. j on ton (O.) ge, has •ii stalling, stccie A polnis constiluie - The (ram that reaches' ,""' *' " s "•* ?••">«. The tc.w» : 'V m:ti one has srored lr , which brings an intennls *,*d'-^.,S Se's n?an. 2**^*™"* «" The PerfectWoman —The Clew to the Perfect Crime! HARLIE Waroer OLAND Alcxindtr K1RKLAND H. B. WARNER I.inda Wilkinj Mirian Nixon */ Frcdric March Miriam Hopkins Rose Hobirt Also N'cws and Short Sulijecls Also N"c\vs and Conu-tiv Hayti Girls Win But Boys Lose Friday HAYTI. J,fo.-Tho flayll Indians local high school cnse teams, play-' cd a double header her c l-'ridav night K-ldi the Derrlne hoys at!d ihe Cooler girls as their opponents The Hayli girls wo:i their game 24 to 9, while the Iccal boys !» s i to Dcerlns, 30 to 12. Foster, biar forward for i!,p girls, scored !•! points for Hay'u while Alsup wus not far b»h;nd vi-ith 12 points. In the boys' game DeerJns; led to 4 at the half and brccwd lhrou"'i 10 viciory willi little Iroalile. "' Read Courier News Want Ads. Going very fast at HALF PRICE Everybody seems to want one or two of these Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS and O'COATS $30 $uit*> and overcoats now $15.00 $35 suits and oyei coats now $17.50 $40 suits £fid ov^rco^ts now $20.00 $45 suits arid overcoats now $22.50 $50 suits and overcoats now $25.00 Every dollar you spend in this sale does you double duty-buys you just twice as much quality, twice as much comfort as you could Too bad there aren't enough here for everybody, but you can still -11 .'espond BOYS HALF PRICE Not a great many, to be sure, i ney should all be gone by Saturday night. If your boy needs clothes now is the time to outfit ™m Be sure and be here this week. MEN'S TROUSERS Of fine worsted and woven suitings $2.50 MEN'S HATS of $5 and ?G quality $2.50 NEW MEAD CLOTHING COMPANY

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