The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1936 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 4, 1936
Page 6
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PAGE SIX SPEED OP DRILL OF Laslie and Assislants.Send , Candidates Into \Sliffev Workouts By J, P. FRIEND ' Newcomers furnished the main topic of conversation by their impressive performances yesterday ns the Blylh'cvllle chicks went through a grilling two-hour workout, ,,Alvln Justice, a hard-working youngster from Armorcl, bidding for a tackle berth, drew favomM" comment from Coach Carney. Las- He by his sure ami vicious lack- ling while going down under punts. .Time after time he smeared 'the receiver in his tracks for one of the best early season demonstrations, ' Despite a split lip Incurred In the first tackle of the afternoon, starling Bunch of [he Ynrbro coimm'm-- ity, find a Papoose gr»luatc, sliow- ed plenty of light and Intestinal fortitude. Lislic alternated him at end and center, nnd from all np- pearunces he will prove a handy man lo Imve aroimd before the Reason conies lo a close. Holand "Skeeter" Bishop, Dob Scott, Everett Craig, and Jay Smith also looked exceptionally good. Slowly but surely the [earn Is taking shape as the three members of the coaching stair, Laslie Ace Puckctt and StanTlll Cutchln stiffened the drllli. They drove them « top speed and 5 o'clock found the entire squad ready to cull it a day. Line Dniws Attention The line is drawing the major attention of Conch Laslie at prcs- c,nt. Much water must pass under the bridge before the team is ready for the opening game, September 25, against Corning. Spselnl work ¥«s given the ends, at the same time sharpening the olTcnsc in the frackneld. Dan Warrhlgton, Jay --Smith, "Peck" Hardln, and Bunch took turns at, slopping the ball earners Gene BlacUvcll, back for.' a tew days from the University of Alabama, wns i, : uniform and gnvc the boys some pointers that earned 1 him a plate on the all-stntc team at u terminal, last year ,The big boj'.s In the forward wall -Lloyd "Tear" wise, Joe Bartholomew, James Burton, Byron "Hipper" Walker, and o'Neil Craig- showed decided Improvement in offensive and defensive line'piny. Laslie gave them a few tricks and they took lo them nicely. During tackling exercises "Tear 1 and Walker v,ere smacking the bojs hard. Hussell Masley, Holner Beshnrss, and LeRoy "Bronco" BunvnVwerc quite successful at eluding the ."would be" grabbers. Bill Harrison, James "Bab" Roberts, Leon Stafford, '•Shoeless" Bill Godwin, who are counted on to help out, were not out for various rca- • sons Max Hutchlns, backficld ace is convalescing from a tons!leelomy and is expected to join the sound in « week or ten days. Nine games have already been carded for the Chlcknsaws, with the possibility of another being added later, according to the schedule as announced by w. D. McClurkin, superintendent of city schools O|)cnlng against Coriilng, the Tribe plays seven games at home and two on foreign soil. They have Uiree in a row before local fan- dom, are away for the next two week-ends, and wind up the season •with four consecutive contests in five weeks, at Haley Field Oreenwood, Miss, one of the strongest teams in Sunflower late nigh school circles, has replaced the Osceola Indians on the list, !0r the only nen-comcr, with the Possible, exception of the Thanksgiving battle. Arrangements have been made for the chicks to celebrate Turkey Day w,th the runner-' up m the Memphis Prep School League. For the last few years either Memphis Tech or Central High has figured In the championship, and there Is a good clinnce of drawing one of ihem for that day, H has been a custom for the Chickasaws lo play a Memphis team to end the season. For Ihe past two years Mosslck high has furnished the opposition. In 1934 the Panthers held the locals to a 7-0 score in a drilling rain. last year they were smothered under an 85-0 count, The complete schedule: September 25-Corning, here October 2-Plggoll, here. October O^Jonesboro, here. October 1C—Paragould, there. October 23—Walnut Hldge, there .October. 30-Grcenwood, Miss here. November 0—Newport, here November U-Open. November 20—Forrest City, here. November 20 — (Thanksgiving)— Runner-up In Memphis ['rep Schoo! League. The Standings Btton Ton Boy Any Outboard - See Ibe NEPTUNE Single Cjl. (Other Sizes lo 16 H. p.) HUBBARD TIRE'* BATTERY CO. Southern I.enmic W. L. Pet, Atlanta 91 50 ,C45 Nnshvlllc 81 fill .51)3 ihiHlinm n cu ,52!) Nc\» Orleans 72 (J8 ,51-1 Little Hock GO 12 .-189 Clmllnncogfi 02 78 .143 Knoxvlllc 58 81 .417 Memphis .' Si KB .377 American League' W. L. New York. 07 43 Clc'vcthwl 70 co Detroit.- 70 63 Chicago <>« '63 Washington 08-83 Boston'. -..' 00 tilj St. Louis 4e 82 Philadelphia 47 04 National New York St. Louis 75 Chicago 75 Pittsburgh 07 Cincinnati fi2 Boston (is Brooklyn 52 Phllaclclphla ......... 43 W. I,. 70 49 53 Pet. .lili!) .fiM .520 .519 .Gl'J .501) .» .359 Pel. .017 .5ilO .57' .51! .48(1 .457 .40! .341 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PJBTIME MEETS Northeast Arkansas League • * W. L. Pet. Newport 3!) 10 . .7!IB Osccoln 31 16 jiiic xJonestaro ., 21 20 .447 Ciinithorsvlllc 21 27 .438 Hiitcsville .- 18 30 .375 xParagould 13 34 .277 x—Night sjamc. : Baseball Result* '•',','' > ' -iiSoulhern I^aRiift . Memphis at kiioxvlllc, rain. Little Hock 14, Atlnnln G. Only gnnies scheduled.; - American I.racuc New York G, Cleveland 4. Chicago 8-0, lloslou 2-5. St. Louis 3. PhiliKtclphlH 2. Washington- a, Uclrolt 1. Strange But True BOMCARDMWTffliTJ SlOQOOQOOO 'Here We Come! We maintain a f. 1s ( l.imilicr n c . livery Service...tell us your linilil. in? material needs, anil we'll re- sponil with a spcrd thai will surprise yon. EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. LEAF WORMS , Finklea Bros. Cotton Dusting Corp. Now has airplanes for poisoning stationed at the Klythevillc Airport. Call COTTON DUSTERS Call'563 Immediate .Service Ark-Mo Between Billiard Artists and Certain Tie for First j D lace.. - BV J. P. FRIEND Tliwnrlcd by .Jiiijller Pluvlus In nn cfroii lo bring one half of Hie elRtit Icnms lo Ilia oml of tlic regular. Commercial Suflball League ecliciliile. Wednesday nlglil the oilier (iiiarlel will close ihcir books for HID I03C regular schedule lonlglil, nl 8 p. in.. um | cl . UlD eliu nl nnley Plcld. II. I). Hughes, Wilding for a lie Cor third place In the nnnl sttind- IIIBS, clnslics willi McMullln's Cnsli Orncery In Hie flrsl tame of n n bill. 1'n.sllme lillllard Parlor lied with Tom Little Chevrolet for !lic loop lend, must dLsixwc of u "li()l" Ark-Mo Power Ilolpolnt ontni In the eamc to protect thdr "'.umlltiK, Tlie Clothiers have more Hum Justified Hie iii-o-sciison stntenieiit )f Mininger, Kobcrl (Hob) Clrlmes thiil "we won't nnls]i_ on Die l»l- loni." -They Imvc ucen In the thick of ihe nulit. an year, tlioiiph not n pennant conleiulcr. Innbll- ity to :it lenst break even with Ihe Clievvic.s Ims hurl Ihclr chain- |i!onslilp hoiies. They Imve been whipped twice by nick 1'otler, ct nl. On the oilier hand, llicy Imve Twice (ripped I'nsllnic nnd in Impressive fnsblon. The cue nrdsts however, snlvaged the Onais nnd 11 tome in handy, 'loo. McMiillln's ranks have been riddled lately. Dick Hnncy, "Diilch" Welch.. .Htiimlc llledon, nnd "Spot" Heed have, during the .season left Ihe Icrnn lo Join professional base- anil milks. Hnney had n (rial with I'lU-ugonld of the Northeast Ark- nnsns Lcnjjne; Hlgdon | s iierfonn- ni; regularly with Hie same club. Welch Is inniiat'er of Ihe Jnckson, Tennessee club of Ihe Kitty LcaRiic. Uceil lately Joined Caiuth- ersvillc of the NEA loop as a pitcher, and has been doing well. Just what lineup they will have tonight Is a matter of conjecture. Ark-Mo Power, defending champions, after an early winning streak Uroppcd nine In a row nnd skidded deep into a second division. Lack or pitching hurt, and the defense cracked in several spots. Uul It nppc-ars as If Manager Harmon Taylor's hustling crew have tilt their stride, tlmnks lo come first class hurling by Leo Stephens, crooked arm southpaw, Stephens was Ihe only pitcher to win two games In a row via llic shutout! method. Dan Wnrrlnglon, after a long drive from :i recreation camp, had nothing on the hall nnd was hammered hard by Chevrolet. Tonight may be H different Warringlon on the hill for Pastime, and If ta Uie will make the llolpolnls look to their laurels. New Ycrk 'I, St. Louis I. Hrcoklyn 1. Chicago I). Philadelphia -I. Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 3. Doston 0. Norlliravt Ark:tmu.s League Ne«|iort (i, Osceola 3. Piinieoulil nl Joneslioro, night Local Girls Are Easy Winners In Came At Memphis The Dlylheville Sleam Laundry defciited the Silver stores club in n one-sided game in a girls ccdball tournament game at Memphis last night, The score was ID lo 3, The Nu-Wa Cleaners of niy- llieville meel the Hub team, considered Memphis' best bet for tournament honors, In a game nt Memphis tonight. The 1/umdry' and Nu-Wa are lied for fust place In the local girls sottball league. The Dlylheville Laundry's overwhelming victory at Memphis was unusual In view of the rule re- cjuirlni; Evelyn "Marry" McDanlel I aimdry hurling ace, to pitch fn.m a W foot, distance, soma- IhliiS she \viis not' accustomed tci ciuins here. Eddie Saliba to Attend University of Tennessee E<ltlle Saliba, wiio received state nil-star acclaim ns a fullback with in "''?«'«"<*' and ""'tied Blylhe- vil high school Chlckasaws last t(Kjay lllat he w °xM at the. University of > FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1£ , 36 With Die enrollment of wm w ^ e M ', P romlsl " " ° r Prep graduates ranks Southern League Little liock at Memphis, night [Mine. Hliinlnsjham nt New Orleans, Allanla at Nashville. Only games scheduled. Aimoimrfnj? Gala Fall Opening Tito.Silver Mnim Night Club —Presents— - / • • Wally Johl, Jr. Hailio and Night Club Star on Columbia Hroadc;islmj> System — Direct From New York Hrought to the Silver Moon Night Club at Crcal Expense by Harry Bailey Singing With Sudbury nnd His Seven Piece Swing Hand Opening Sal unlay Night I'm- 3 Nights — Scpi. G - 7 & 8 MORE THAN A MILLION BOTTLES SHIPPED IN 30 DAYS • National Distillers staged a tremendous hit wlicii they in- troduccd this older, better '.Town Tavern! It look 15 months of pnlicnt ageing to give Town Tavern that extra smoothness, Unit deeper mellowness. And it was worth h — HH your pillule will convincingly 'testify! NATIONAL D13TI1.I.EBS PRODUCTS 93 PROOF-STRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY jB^MsaSf ijgjg^^witw 1 . 4 1 ™p|^uuaiali^sy«i? ssgs; i S^K^^ iffwdEASi V^t?>-: • Mff "**>, I/:Wl : «?M^fflg^f^J^»?rfMo^*r«j/ k,.^).> ^•Ar^».^^umw^nm B ^^ptv:M-^s ^ mm^^^mm^^S " •- "•- i,--^% v'..;>Jt-,i i j A «,; .-ri-!? NEXT ™,A,S BOTALK ORCUKSTUA IK » J&S V slimu^l^'Kg BLYTHEVILLE, 1 Night Only, Monday, Sept. 7 Tent located at Walker Field East Main St., Opposite Lee Gin Norihrasi Arkansas Osceola at Caruthersvllle. Newport at Paragould. Only games scheduled. American an NC-.V york nt Boston Philadelphia at Waging to>(,>l Only games scheduled OWN A FARM Save your money by putting It In a Purm. You can no. all cash or part cash and the balance yearly. Land value, in this valley r.rc gradually Increnslne les We have a few farms to sell. If you have any farm land to sell, or if you wish to buy a farm, ECO me. G. G. CAUDILL W5 t ek ! i " e ' Phones 797 and 788 WHERE TO YOUNG MAN? Back To Good Old Arkansas U? It doesn't matter whether you arc going back to prep school, to college, or entering for the first time you don't need to worry for EXCLUSIVE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX STYLIST And Mead will ease your mind about clothes for BACK TO SCHOOL It matters little how much you.have to spend on your college wardrobe. H ow you 8 p en ,, it is fnr mor(1 im . portant. To be certain you will select your college wardrobe that has the approval of well dressed university men. we .have gathered together the • right clothes for you to wear styled by Robert Surrey, famed fashion finder .of Hart SchalTner & Marx. To thousands'of college-, men ^everywhere .the.namc of Uobert Surrey is of real importance when it conies to clothing. And legitimately.,,™! Because Robert Surrey' has made a 'great name for himself on always being right! His constant contact with every important campus makes him so. I'lcase, accept, our sincere invitation to stop . in and see our Hack To School display of authentic: university suits, topcoats, furnishings, hats and shoes. Hire is fust one of the many ideas : iii our Robert Surrey display THE WINDSOR This graceful double breasted mode] with its two deep side vents will be seen worn by well dressed undergraduates at Arkansas U,, and other schools this season. And why not! Robert Surrey says this smart long roll lapel model that buttons at the bottom button is a favorite with university men in the know about clothes.' Trousers, of course, arc pleated. Tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx In Triple Test Worsteds Triple Test Worsteds, an exclusive Hart SehafTner & ,M !lrx ori R ination, arc tested for quality l, v pulling every inch of eloth throuRh a scientific third degree; style tested because every pattern has a Roberl Surrey okay; value tested for these suits are the finest $35 can buy! Other Windsor's at $28.50 Exclusively in BIytheville at' MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN STREET BlytheviUe's Headquarters for Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes

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