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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 12, 1936
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six BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Early Success In Butte ''„. Spurred Yoium Mentor; ir Curbed Progress ' BY BERNIE niERMAN Mlnnfsoli t'oarli Whose Tram- Have lieen Unbeaten In Three Years MINNEAPOLIS, sepi. .11.—\viien I had completed by college cducn- i .lion nt the University of Mlnnc- ', sola, I was at a lass lo know what 1 fhould do ne\l. I was on mv own and had lo ,P)an foi a livelihood • Throughout my. last year school all I could think of was a, coaching cnicci. Tlmt was the only thing on my mind when I relurncd lo Dcti-olt Lakes, Minn .Where my falher v/nt. engaged in •the groeeiy business. Bui conch- ing OPJ.-OI tun i tics were few and far between I maiked time for a month 01 so Hying to make »P my mind ns lo what my next tiirve would be . Then, In midsummci of 10IG something Impoened lo me lhat lind much lo do with shaping my career, l received an offci lo take over the football coaching duties nt' Bulle, Mont, High School i also had to teach tlnee MibJccLs I forgot what the snlaiv was but at the time It wouldn't have made anv difference. • As coaching was something new to me, I leqiihcd plenty of tench- Ing. I decided lo have n clmt wllh my old coach Di. Homy L Williams. "DOC" cnme to my lescuc. He gave me my slart in coaching —helped me in many ollici ways, Di. Williams conlilbiiled much lo football nnd I nm especially In- debled lo him for the helping hand he gave me. Some prelty fnh malcilnl awnil- fd me in Bulle. Oui team ran up 300 poinli to c foi llie opposl- ,tion. We nlayed Ciical Pulls, ,MIS- soula, Billings, nnd other Mdn- tnna squads. Our I,'* battle was •wllh Billings, which won tlie tille in Ihe eastern pail or Ihe stale /we beat Billings- 54-0. and generally weie acccpled as .slnlo champions Two games had to be canceled because of heavy shdw- - ms Untie High School learn made llie couching piofeislon even moie rascinatlnc than I had anticipated Star- in Final Game After. Boing Kept Oul bj Injury 'I v,as> nil set foi a pninaneni coaching cnicer when the United Stales cnleii\l (be wni. [ enlisted In the Marine Coips. Btil before going inlo ms experience in the sen Ice and subsequent activilie's al the University of Montana, it "might be well to review my playing days nl Minnesota _ I was physically sound in 1914 ftiid because I had done pretty well in Ihe spilnLs the previous spiing. Dr Williams gn\e me n ,lol of nllenlion during my second season I was a legulni nil timl fall We suffeicd setbacks nt Ihe hands of Illinois nnd Nebrnskn. Chicago gave us our only licking in my sophomore year. I was ihe vlcllm of nnolher rough break in 1915 I missed several games as Ihe icsiilt of hav- musclcs lorii from my Athlete and Soldier Barry Gray son NEW yOUK, Sept, 10.— Dcspltn his :i and 2 defeat by Johnny (joodmnn In (lie Walker Cup matches, Hector Thomson, British •innatenr champion, Is seen ns u distinct threat In the American championshi Sept. 14-10. Thomson Is u remarkable shol- mnker. • ; "Ciarden City's extremely fasl greens should be' to Thomson's championship nl Garden city IT TITLE IN 1LHC»E Defeats Nu-Wa In Final Game; /Baumcrs Trip Up Coca Cola By J. 1'. PillKND - Blylhcvllle Slcain laundry Is llie liklnK." sny.s Ted Turner, profes- r "' st champion of the t/hls' sofl- ..,—, _, .,.. ..-.. \xt\\ lc'a Q ue Climaxln a remarkable season's slonal al Pine viillcy, where the /OIIIIB llrltons were shut out, 0-0. ° - •- „<.- W i»uii 9 in the loam competition. "He has "I' 1 " 11 tattle, the game lassies de- tlie stuff lo slop his irons on frated Nu-Wa Cleaners, 11-3, last greens thai fall nwiiy from the n| 8' 11 '" n P'av-off of a protest approach, Ills putting touch Ls B»"ic to win the lillc. I Beared lo n skallng rink surface. 1 Although every member of tile "Thomson's Immls seem so com- i tc ' :lm I' lll 5'ed like Ihoroughbreds and foiinble and .secure when,, he rral champions, n lion's share of places them ,o» Uit>,.shiiri. Every llie Si' 0 ^ should go 1 0 Uoris Pow- omve he makes shows poise, He.' ll>ri lla " Phil second baseman, an'j K straight ns a rule from hips Evc lyn "Harry" McDaniel, pitch- to feet On Ihe addrcai. His swing I cl '- Wllh tha bases filled in the Is so .smooth II conceals Ihe power lll!l ' li ' " p c<.'wcc" cracked oul n lin- in it, He doses Ihe club-face just '' r "| Ieft nol(1 ' Ol an ordinary sln- a Irlllc ns he comes through.' 1 . • I 8l". ' Imogcne Sinllh,' Nu-Wa left- Tlie British rout In the Walker (1< - 1(ler . came in fast, got'set lo neld Cup play Is attributed "to every- "'" ' tiling from lack of lime for practice, lo the weather. British nma- lours gel little tournament seasoning. English cuddles arc sy- liernlc Ulsrmnn, captain and hnlfhack of (lie unbcnlen 1015 Minnesota varsity. Wcslc.'n Conference champion. rtorms The success* of ins the Inp. I'll never forget one of them. 1 was captain mid. because Illinois had handed vis OU.T only reverse the previous autumn, I suffered my keenest disappointment when I couldn't play against Zupcjke's outfit nt Urbana Veteran Minnesota fans remember that engagement Joe Sprnfkn. Bob because of his high" knee action. He' played a prominent part In our 6-6 tie, the'only blot on our sen- son's record. We generally were accepted as the Western Conference champions that year despite the tie. The game I remember best dur- .Ing my college career was the last one In which I played It was against Wisconsin at. Madison.. I had a pretty fair afternoon, doing most of the ball carrj-lng^ intercepting a lot of passes, and doing many other things that nny youngster will do when he has ne In action ns a fre.shman. I took a (ling at baseball, too, as an outfielder, bnt this conflicted wllh track nnd 1 had lo give u;> one of them when 1 became n sophomore. Lcn Frank sold me track in 11' big way because I liked baseball n ' little more. I went l out for basketball nnlv one year—ns n sophomore. I forsook basketball In order to keep' up' my scholastic standing i l joined the Atpii'n Delta fia- Icrnlly In my k sophofnorc year. I was enrolled In the college of nrls .and science, and graduated with llie class of June. 11)10, with the moniker "Bashful Heinle' pretty much of n fixture foi jcnis lo coine. A newspaperman named Andy Kcefc gave me that. I dldn'l have much lo say every time he .Interviewed. : - • LEGION WINNER EYES MAJORS Cardinals Defeat Pilots 4 lo I at Caruthersville Lnsl Night CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo,. Sept 12.—The Newport Cardinals scoi- ed a 4 to 1 victory over the Car- I ulhcrsvlllc Pilots here lasl night to even the play-off scries n't om ench. Sutherland limited Ihe Pilots to live hits. The Cardinals counted Iwlcc In the.first half of the first inning and stayed • The Pilots front nil the way. counted their lone run In the lirsl hnlf of Ihe tlilrd Manager Thorpe Hamilton of Newport got,, the longest hit or the game, a triple. Story- started on the mound for Canilheisvillc.bul was relieved by Kellcy, borrowed "from Osceoln ror Ihe scries. The third game of the scries Climaxing • n season of », • Mi-night victories-In American •Legion Junior baseball, Silvern Wright, above, right - handed liurlcr of (he Spartanburg, S, C., club, pitched his nn 8-1 home game victory; over Los Angeles to win the national tournament before 20,000 fans. Dig league scouts' are-on his ' trail; " SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1930 GIANT AMONG GIANTS By Krenz llie ball. But it took a crn/.y bounce, cnroomed off her fac» and i rolled beyond her. Before slie could I retrieve It, all four had scored lo v., „,„ .•>}-- elvc the Laundry a 5-2 leail', that mled by social caste barriers from! 1 "' 0 ™' lo bc lno]1 c than cnou»ii case arrers rom o: 'e an cnou»ii becoming amateurs. British prc- llor victory.- norls got two other parnlory .schools nnd-colleges do' lllls " ml ''""died five of six chnnc- • '- ' parnlory .lot encourage golf. Aiiifrlcan C!olf Arcbitecture l : uvors" Homegrown 1'Jayer.f Nature of American golf- architecture fnvors tlie homegrowns. Tlmt and the lead-soled sand blasters lo which Ihe Drillsh nre unaccustomed. The great majority of British amalcurs don't seem lo have a clear menial picture of the swing. In pulling they don't study Ihe line between ball and hole wilh Ihe concentration which clmr- ulerte Ihe Americans. 'As a general thing British amalcurs are loo loose nt the top "> fUic stroke and don't get their hands through the ball at impact as crisply as the Americans do," explains .Turner. "Thomson nnd Jack McLean nre exceptions. is in the field. In nddjtion to ' hurling six-hit ball, fanning five and Issuing but one base on balls, McDaniel made lift game more secure by polin» a long home run lo center with Edna George on base in the middle of a fourth inning rally, she also drove In another Inlly wilh an in- lielcl out. l.asfcr Ilils Hard Helen Lnsler was a betler hlltcr (ban she was a pitcher, in the llircc limes at bat she slammed I out a home run. double and single. [ Her circuit clout came in the ffrst' frame with Imogene Smilh on first mid gave laundry an early lend Bui she was unable to hold tli- advantage. Laundry touched liei for eight hits, and.four free'tickets nl critical moments, three of them rewiKiite in runs:. Five runs were Jubilant Yanks Are In JIICK iMCLcan are exceptions I "-""""s "i inns:, five runs were 'The other--British players on '"'" c<l "" ller ' as compared to two this side get too much body nnd Uy L ' r "PIXM'cnt. W1-i«( illln U.n ol,«. n., " - ... Both SCOI'ffl in flln Hrol r.n,... wrisl inlo llie shot. They, rclj heavily on rolling the wrists til Impact, which is wlml we call 'pionation.' This calls for perfect timing.' Rolling the wrisls as you come ihlo the ball lowers the fnclor of safely dangerously. You nre anl to pull thcTiall off line. Both scored in (he first. Fowler led oir with a single, advanced on a wild pitch, nnd scored on two Infield outs. Smith started it ofr for NII-WH with a one basbr. Russell threw out Mntheney, but Slamey came througli wilirn lusts home run. • • -After scoreless second turns, Doi "This error'1 mailer > ~' • *"•"•!, i^ui much on llie wide open moor type i „„,,."? , f ™i ll! ! lome r "" Pmc'tl links ovcreens, • where (here is plenty or elbow room and no trees lo blanket u recovery shot to the green, but it is falnl on n lightly wooded coi| like Pine Valley. QiiU-k Swlnir IMatlrr of 8elf-l'rr.s*rvatlOH "Most British nni«lcurs hit the ball loo quickly, ns"!though afraid 11 will: run away. Their fust, jerky swings are easily understood by anybody who 1ms played in t\ typical Scottish gale. Those sudden gusts of wind are apt to rock you off your feet. Unless you hit quickly yon lose your balance. A fast! swine mailer or self- STEELE, Mo.—The V-8s defeated the Live Powers last night. 10 to 9, in the final and decldln" game nf (lie playoff for the championship of the Steele soft- one ;of those "lucky" days. 'GoDhcrs won, 20-3. The It was something of n surprise. .sornmiL ME and-clinched our claim to the campionshlp. Wisconsin then, as now, was Minnesota's oldest and keenest : rival. Bicrman Tackles Old Rivnt •After ,-17 Ytars—and IXMCS By the way, I didn't ns much as see a Wisconsin-Minnesota contest from 1915 until I relumed to my alma mater as head coach in the fall of 1932. I won't forget that one, either. Dr. Clarence W. Siiears and I were coaching .at our respective Institutions for the first time. Because. "Doc" had coached al Minnesota, the meeting: between our teams was the main topic of con- versa lion from the start of.the season until we got together. We lost thai one— a game I really had set my heart on winning as soon as I knew that I would be the Minnesota coach., I won 'scveri letters at Mlnne- sofa, lhre« i In football, three in ..track, and one In basketball. I '- J confined my track activities, to ;, ' tfirlnts on the advice of my coach, '• Leoriard Prank, after he had seen ball league. The V-8s won the first half of the split season in easy fashion but were nosed out by tlie Power team for second half honors by n one-game margin. The setond half race was close all the way Ihrotigh and ended wilh the . other two learns in tlie league, the Cowboys ' ., th and the Spot Removers, lied for,,!. H.J...1 ..!.._- _. . '....- wn 'Brolhcr Acts" Flourishing In (jhiclcasaw Camp oroservallan over ll^rc. "Our calm, windless wcnlhcr Ls a greal aid in developing n tranquil, leisurely swing. "Ttie rigorous nature of American golf architecture, with bottlenecked greens ringed by trails, breeds a rncc or .sharpshooters. The high pilch to the pin on n green banked lo hold n bold np- proach is second nature lo our boys. "The British arc still fumbling around with Ibis unfamiliar shot. Their course designers give lliem wide lallludc in approaches Ibat Just miss Ihe green. They can run Ihe ball up over Ihcre for a half. "Our hcnvIVy trapped greens 'place n premium on bunker play. | Americans have to master all types of .explosion shots. Yankee ingenuity .simplified this problem by the origination of lead-soled sand blasters. The British didn't have these blasters when tliey ar- Blylhevillc foolball Icnms mny have several "brother nets" this 'n.son. Five sets or brothers arc candidates lor the varsity and junior gridiron teams. The Chicks Imve two. O'Ncil nnd Everclt Crnlg are competing ror n guard job. Calvin "Hickerntil Head" Moody, guard, lias no competition"' from his younger kin, Gnrlnnd, ns he is n bnckficld sollcltant. Coach Stnn- , ... nil Cutchin lias two Wnrringtons. N - 0 T |,..tjp nctwccii fiolf Tommy and Roland, brothers lo anrt . Blls | nes ,, in Ens i.-, n ,i Dan, tall Irlbnl terminal trusly.| EngUsll nlnntcurs can 't take time — •• -......,. t nil kM ill: LI cntly sctlled the Issue in the nrst or HK tlilrd. Adelc George siiJ- glcd. Copelnud, battiii"- ror Parks walked, as did Lane. Then Fowler busied one accounting for four Smith dropped Scott's fly aflcr n "ice run. Malhcney muffed Russell's pop. nnd Edna George sin- Bled lo nil the bases. McDaniel forced Russell at third but Scott counted. Laster's double went to naught in Nu-Wn's hair, but Laun dry wn s not to be stopped. u-A pass to Copclaml slartcd tli"m oil again. Lane slmck out uut Fowler connected for her third hit nfler n passed ball. On n double steal Nichols threw to ccntcrfi=td .scoring Coucland, Fowler (akin* third. She sprinted in while Las- tci-loossed out scoll,. Pauline Rns- sell bounced one to left, advanced on n,passed ball and scored on Sta , - •."""" ~~ ^~ " " ~"r3 iney's bad throw of E. George's 1>PY E " ns s ' )reatl over tlle r ««s of the New York Yankees after roller. McDaniel homered to cen- thc i ; - hn<1 defeated the Cleveland Indians. 11-3. in Ihe first game U^r, CJIShine in \v-\\\nA n^nmn of n .rlnnhln-hn^lni- Q/n\t u +,. ...i;.. n i. >\.~ /, :-_.. . . rived. They bought thci liter starting practice, but ._ BCt tlie hang of them in so short Ur, ensiling in behind George Badly beaten. Nu-Wa m°ade n osl, <Iespernle etfort, but could only score one run in the fourth as n result of Clark's three base error of Moore's high fly. she scored on nn infield out. "Queens" Victors In llie preliminary Jack Applc- bniuns slore hammered out an easy 14--8 triumph over Cocn Coin It was an exhibition and had no bearing on tbe finnl standings ns the schedule closed Inst week" Mrs. Lillinn Browning started for urn, but gave way lo Leila l« start the third after the . . of a. double-header, Sept. 8, to 'clinch the American League pennant Here arc some of the conquering herce.s in the clubhouse after the' game. Manager Joe McCarthy is at left. So Inspired were the Yanks after the first victory that they went out and copped rv time.' - - '"V nmu llliur [no Bottlers lind taken advantage of Ibey ar- , ,, wlltt " CS5 ' a »d three l,;'t s to soon ca(I ' G " 1 - Whittle held them help- couidn- '£?, U1B rci S° f 'he way while her soshor '" " ,_P?""" ctl . »™«°»™ Huey, Russell Moslcy is a full fledged Chick while Norman, better known ns "Monk," wants to follow in his nnd Hcrshel's foolsleps on the Pap squad. The Bcshnrse family ., ',, .~ is aLso represented on both. Ho,i hC .h. 9t 5SL^ >™ «'« 0° >"* »«»« lugging third place, only one game behind the Live Powers.. „, r-n n. ' ' , , H hopes to do ,, thc same thing under Cutchin. Hildred and Starling Bunch, Chick newcomers, nre cousins. Baseball Results Southern Lfanne Night, games: Memphis 2, chntlnnoogn 0. KnoxvlUc 10. New Orleans 3. Birmingham 7, Atlanta 2. Saliba Changes Mind, To Enroll at Arkansas I __ Ecidle Saliba, star fullback of Ihe Clilcks last season, plans to enter the University or Arkansas and become a candidate lor tlie rrcshman team there. Salibn, who was prominently 'mentioned ns one ot tlie best backs in the stale Ifm 1 y !? r ' recc " u >' lc(t '<»• Kiiox'- ,„..,»„«, .«,;„ Ir^'r Ti e " l Vi f P h ° plannMl l °i St. Louis 12-4, Brooklyn 8-5. . enter the University or Tennessee. I New York 5, Chicago. I. f,rl ™T d , rC . CC J VCd here lodny PI«*«r B l> 10, Boston 3. lorn Eddie stated thai Tennessee Philadelphia 0; Cincinnati C. was not to his liking and that _! he was packing his trunk for the American U,*«e I ,'h Fa ^ tt "' llle - New York 14, Detroit 4. •Saliba worked for several weeks Washington 7, Cleveland-a during Ihe summer al Louisiana '• Boston 6, St. Louis 2 blnlc University nt Baton Rouge. Chicago 17, Philadelphia 2 National oir Troni their jobs to play golf as they do In this country. As Charley Lnccy. Ihe British-born Lnkcville prorcsslonnl nnd Long Island Open champion, remarks, barring Thomson It would have been fairer to linvc matched tiic t English Walker Cup team against jp. group of American week-end ' golfers. American Walker Cup teams are recruited chiefly from PX - cnddlcs and boys \vho get nmplc I time to play. Business is linked wilh golf „, this country. It a youngster shows promise his boss usually fixes things so Ihe boy ha.s a clinncc to compete In all sorts o[ events. There Ls no comineiclal llcup between golf lilies and business in England, which (wrhaps is how It should; be. Nobody makes any luss over an amateur golfer. "An one-sided ns the Walkor Cup matches were, one must make allowances ror the British because or their .unfamlliarily w-ilh our larger ball," asserts Lacey. "The British ball has a diameter 'of 1.02 inches for the American. Whei era go to England tliry ha seven hits coming i n the 'last t., innuiBs Coca Cola's faulty defense contnbiiled n big factor in the defeat, Alice Saliba, Hazel Lutes lone Friend. L. Whltllc. and Browning collected two hits apiece" for !? »' h .' n «s. .Wllma iglehart Says Mat Fans AnXlOllS Id 1 American League 9 00 p • cl T. f\ ..;' Mew York at Detroit. OCC Kail i)lug It (Jilt Washington nt. Cleveland. Monday Night ™ ll(lcl "" " chicii s»- to First Game coouple R. H. E. .. Browning. L . Whittle, .Be vil. 241 lft_ 8 G Whittle and Second ><5nme R. H. E •JIVWM uVILUI ui runs Dlirincr 10*)i iL'V (.uunijA^ iivijii UIAJIgm \YliPrO lie gave 08 transfusions wtthom ''c won the dinmond studded belt, harm to himself. c ach transfitsion j|1nc 6 ' from cllarlc y Ross , every averaging about 10 oimci-s „, \vfrcstlcr on tho clreuit has had a blood. cs Of I crack al the title without sue- champion The Southern I Allanla Nnshvills Birmingham New Orleans Lillle Hock Chattanooga Kribxvllle Memphis .fague - W. L. Pet. ... 03 58 .610 .. 86 02 .581 .. 81 Ii9 ... 80 71 ... 74 7G ... 64 80 .. 03 Bfi . .. 57 90 .540 ,MO .493 .-127 .'123 .:i8B New York St. Louis . Chicago .. Pittsburgh Cincinnati National League W. I,. Pet. «3 ID 78 74 69 Boston G2 Brooklyn 57 54 .(JOB 58 .!i77 Cl .581 Ii4 .5311 C8 .504 74 .4Sti .419 Philadelphia 4ii 90 .33(1 American league W. L. Pet. New York 93 47 Chicago 75 04 Washington Detroit Cleveland Boston St. Louis Philadelphia ... .540 CG .529 07 .521 07 .518 C9 .507 .303 .353 Today's Games Southern League Chattanooga at Memphis. Atlanta nt Birmingham, linoxville nt New Orleans. Nashville nt Litlle' Rock. the second, gamci 12-9. will face n different type of opponent. Whereas Poolc wrestled cleanly, and depended on speed nnd skill the bearded "Russian Lion" takes lo the opposite. The 1 rough stuff likely will be in vogue. They nre carded for the semifinal. Boston at St. Louis. National I.cauue Chicago at New York. St. Louis n| Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, games. Before You Buy Any Onlboanl - SEP. Ihe NEPTUNE 2 II.' P. 'Si/I'" Single Cyl. W * J (Other Sizes lo 16 H. P.) HUBBARD TIRE & HATTERY CO. BY 3. P. F.RIEND More than ordinary interest ccniers around tlie fight between Johnny. Marr, Mobile. Aln., and Charles "Titanic" Sinkcy, Corinth. Miss.. Hie ring's worst bad boy, Monday night, as the main event ot the American Legion weekly show. iVsr an open secret that "bad blocd" has existed' for some time between the two. Pans recall the two bitterly fought matches in which Sinkey pounded Marr. severely bruising one of his cars nnd smashing, his lower lip, taking tbe first fnll in 2 minutes. After the rest period Mnrr came back nnd evened matters wllh a bit of socking of His own. He relies mainly on his powerful left hand. Since Marr came }s> this part of the country from Georgia where OWN A FARM Save your money by pulling it In a Farm. You can pay nil cash or part cash and the balance yearly. Land values in this valley gradually increasing. We have : z few farms lo sell. If you have nny farm land to sell, or if you wish to buy a farm, sec me. Phones 797 and !S6 G. G. CAUDILL MTtAhr f " cess. They have tried every conceivable method to relieve him of i uimuuii: mciiiuu lu icni:vu mm 01 option of using cither ball. Un- his laurels, but, so far, the giant fortunately., we do not reciprocate black haired adonis has with. Being larger, our ball Is harder stood them despite attacks of all! lo control In a cross or head sorts. This fight Is an outgrowth wind. It requires time to adjust of two. j your putting, touch to the bigger: "Schoolboy Knox," heavier and "oo.^!"" 1 ,"," . ' pUls srecns slower than better than ever, displayed con- against 1.68 those overseas, may explain why Elderable Improvement last Nton- cn.our play- the British putted so weakly In day in trimming the clever Doc in imv ih^ihe walker Cup malehps." (Poole. But In George Ugosky he D E E R E FARM WAGONS AND TRAILERS 3 FAU.S TO 1'AY l!)3f> - 1<)37 - 1938 N'O F1NANCU CHARGER ELLIS IMPLEMENT CO. "The John Dccre Full !,inc" Blythcville, Ark. T.>|, nne 040 To H'lTH A BAD i.£fTme.E-io \-ltKH ll£ BAf;et.y KV,J T BASE, BILL. WED ASA PifJCH-HiTTef! AS -SUCH //£ 8f,r*e Ji£ K/Et. Vltfrl TilE OP Ken YOR BSEN BASCBAi-t'S //oST '

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