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PAGE SIX Paragould Coach To Shift Lineup For Game With Chicks I^ARAGOULD, Ark., Oct. IS.—There was little lo cheer about'in the camp of. the J'aniRoiild B»JWog« today as they pi'G'iJdVed for their invasion of Hlytheville. tomorrow to meet the twice beaten but formidable Chickasaws No o'vic knows:bettor. Minn Coadi^— * —~i ^~^-~ ,*•— No ovic knows: better Hum Jack Dale Hint those two defeats suffered, fcy Die Chickasaws in losses to Pine Bluff -ami Little Rock ire just defeats on payer as foi as t\ie Bulldogs ore ccoiceraeiJ. Dale 15 we)! aware of the /act Ihnl (lie Chicks arc in (lie very from rank, of:'.Arkansas football loams and their perfoimance In outplaying the Little Rod: Tigers, defending Dig 15 champions, in n 7 to 6 defeat week places them far ahead of his Bulldogs in anybody's football ralinsf. Dale Is not one to let the ;ysl lion of underdog .take Ihe spirit out of him, . however, liccause frankly the Paragould mentor •would rather enter Hie game on Ihe short end than loo far np on Ihe ladder—you don't have so far to fall: The UulMog boss, of course, has little hope o! xip.set- ting Ihe Diltiy Dynamiters but he is making every efl'ort lo bolsler his varsity and present- tbe strongest possible eleven when the kick- oif .comes. Accordingly Dale has tentatively nominated Graham (Bucky) Bon- ncll. reserve. fullback, lo start in place of Ray Lee mid J. C. Dollins, reserve quarterback, in the place of ,-H. T. Cole. Bobby Gnrdncr, halfback, .will be nl defensive fuil- back to strengthen the "mlildle alley." A J. Slearns, who Is showing improvement In his play nt the whig post, will start at right cm) in place of Howard Rice and J. T. Boyd, reserve left, end, is slated .to replace Rny Jolmson, whose' Today's Sport Parade By HENRY McI.EMOHE NEW YORK, Oct. )2 (UI»>— The' baseball season may be over, "but the tet dpublc- play of (he year WRS made yesterday— l.nguordla to In announcement, from the' 'playing has been bctev par. I Ncw ' ycr> Held lo a scoreless tie by Helena 3 >e!lra . nm > Ihe Bulldogs..would like (o crash into the .scoring column Friday night and nothing would lie sweet- ,er than, a touchdown on Haley Field lurf. city hall (he mayor of New Yovk that UIR Yankees (jreat. first wn had accepted an appolnt- intnl as n city |inroli> couimls- sionvr, and that lie would bo sworn In on Monday for a full id-year term. Congratulations to both nien. Lngunrdln deserves a hand, and a bid one, for whncking right through Ihe red tape that usually binds such appointments, and clicoslnc Lou for the Job. And Gchrig, Ije- ieged wltli scores of offers since Illness forced him from the playing .field, rates a bow for accepting Job which doesn't pay a great deal but offers him many opportunities for doing uooil. The mayor of New Yorl: has made thousands of appointments in his time, ami will make thousands more, but never will he make one more popular, Qehrlg has been 11 hero to hundreds of thousands of (ARK.)' COTOIEg Sports Writer Picks Up Pieces And Boldly Slarls Out Again » The entire Pnrngould roster follows: Ray Johnson, LE; A. J. Steams. RE; Howard Hice, RE; J. T. Boyd, LE; HcibuL Holloway, RT; John McKerizle, C; Harry Thomns, RT; Jack Mahan, LT; Pete Black (c), HO; Otis Arendnll, LG; James Storey, LT;.Austin Mangrum, KG; Herschel Smith, C; Dan Smith, C; H. T. Cole, QB; J. C. Doliins. QB; Bobby Gardner, LH; Graham Bennett, LH; Joe Bnlcinnn, LH; L. T. Reed, RH;'Bruce Lewis, RH; Ray -Lee, FB; Ralph 'Mitchell, Bill Block, PB; Jeptha -.Fuli-ell, Henderson, Dover, Ernest Berry, Junior Burroughs, Jerry Hen on. White Sox Bump Off Cubs In Annual City Series CHICAGO, Oct. 11 (UP)—The American League closed the bocks 'on the baseball season with another record today and (lie credit goes, not to' the powerful Yankees who almost collided tile record market this year, but to tile fourth- place White Sox. The billing So* visually take to the National second League Cubs, their wealthy city rivals, but they routed the Cubs last, night, 1-1, ill the seventh and final game of their city series, retaining a city title they have kept, in the American League since 1930. It was the thin! straight victory for the Sox and was played under the lights.at Comiskey Park before 14,700. Tata! attendance for the seven games was 122.818, Ted Lyons, While Sox veteran, allowed five hits to win the Bamc[ Hie secciid victory of the scries. His leaminates collecled 13 hits from Earl Whilehiil, Claude P.is- seau and Vance Page. The Sox have won the city title 16; times, the Cubs six. The Missouri river is about twice the length ol the upper Mississippi Had : il been discovered first, the Missouri probably would have been considered for more than 10 will cheer his eon-. Dielr city's govern- nccllon menl. Gchrlg, whose baseball salary has been n five-figure one for many years, will'gel $0000 a year on his new job. Hnd lie chosen to lend Ills name lo restaiiranls, bars, ami various other promoters, he could iiave earned 10 limes Ihis amount .vtthciiU lifting a linger. I-ou was talking about Ihls lo a group of newspapermen coming back from the world series in Cincinnati a tew nights ago. He spoke in particular of a syndicate which had showed him $30,000 in cash mid snkl it was his If he would only permit (he use of his name in connection with mi enormous restaurant and drinking:place. "That's a lot, of money, nnd I could use It, as who couldn't," Lou said, "but it dliln't seem llic riRht, tlithg"'to do. I wouldn't actually Imvc had anything lo do with it, in lue first place, and'somehow-I didn't fancy my name in lights over a place like that." In 'anncimclhg Gehrig's appointment.. Mayor Lagunrdla sulrt Hint 'Lou would not • only be an able, intelligent, commissioner, but lie himself will be an Inspiration nnd n 'hope to ninny of the younger boys who have fallen into trouble." Yes, Loii will be an able commissioner. He'll tackle his new job just us he (lid the business of playing first base. He'll miss no dctiii.l. no task will te too arduous, and as for applicant n—well, n man who played in more than 2,000 consecu- live games oilers no worry on that score. Try to name another man lu sport who better qualifies as an adviser to youngsters than Gehrlg. His career In'baseball was marked by perfect, conduct on and oil the field, mid his will lo carry on, no matter the odds, was unquenchable. Now, stricken by a malady that threatens his life, Gehrlg still carries HV HARIty United I'rpss Sports Kdltor NEW YOHK, Oct. 12 lUP) — Picking up the pieces after last week's upsotn nnd trying to select winners In this week-end's im liortiml football names: SOUTH Louisiana State over Rice—Ix>u :slana round Itself nunlnsl Holy Cross and Is rc-ndy lo roll. Tulaiic over Fordbam—The south las ihb edge over the north, but ock OIK, fm- this OIK;. Mississippi Stoic over Auburn— State is . o;i the upgrade; Auburn cnn't (jet going. Holy Cross over Georgia — A itroiig leani bounces ba<:k frrmi an iwfnl lick Ing. -Mississippi over Centenary —by wo touchdowns. Norlli Carolina over New York University — maybe without two much trouble. PAR WEST Southern California over Illinois —Illinois is loaded for Ihls one but lacl:s Ihe punch. Oregon over California—Oregon slays undefeated. Kansas over Colorado State—by about 20 lo 0. UCLA over Stanford — Stanford hnsn'i scored this season, :nntl won't start winning here. Washington over Washington Stale— Washington gets under way at last. MIDWEST Northwestern over Ohio Stale- out on the end of a-'long limb on the chance that Northwestern will be fighting mad. Notro Dame over Southern Methodist—this may be the one in which the Nolro Datne attack starts atlackhiL'. Nebraska over Iowa State — by plenty. Purdue over Minnesota — but probably loo clcse for comfoil, Michigan over lowu—Kiuniek of Iowa is big leu's best, passer, nut Michigan has Ihe edge on firsts team strength. Indiana over Wisconsin — the Hooslers arc learning how lo score now.. Kansas State over Colorado—20 lo £ • ' EAST ' Duke over Pittsburgh—Uie game of the day. Close. Dartmouth over Navy—Strictly n- .shot. In (he dark as Dartmouth untested. Texas Christian over Temple— TCU finally wins one. Army over CoHimhla-~cio.se am! maybe n tie. Cornell over Princeton — powej does it. Syracuse over Georgetown — in Ihe upset of Die east. Pennsylvania over Yale—but it, can go either way. IJriwn over Colgate — Colgate doesn't seem to have It Ihls year SOUTHWEST ' Arkansas over Ilaylcr—Arkansas Retting stronger. Oklahoma over Texn_s^-on what they, did to Northwestern. ' Texas A. ft M. over .Villonova— but not by much. Howard Hughes' Is Injured In Shop Accident LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Oct. 12 — Little Rock High School's Tigers, defending state foctball champions, were deep in gloom today as the result of an accident In the school's woodworking shop yesterday which necessitated amputation of one of Howard Hughes' Aligns. A speed .saw mangled the second finger en hi.s left hand necessitating ampulallon at the second Joint. It also damaged the tip of the Index finger on the same linnd. Clyde Van Sickle, Tiger Conch, described the injury lo Hughes as n Joss loo big lo describe, He added lhat Hughes, in wins over Ben- Ion, Shrevcport and Blytlievlllc, 'lad done most, of Ihe passing nnd kicking and was in a cta&'by himself as a ball carrier. Hughes salii Ihe accident hnd merely "postponed" his gridiron :nrcer. "The doctor said I'd be out for three weeks, no later than n month. That'll knock me out of four ov :lve ' ball games but I'll be rendv :or 'these Zebras ut Fine Bluff oil November 18, just wall, and Bee." Cow 29 Years Old Bids For Longevity Honors FREMONT, Midi. (UP) _ \Vhat is believed to be the oldest cow in Ihe United States has been discovered nt the farm of Charles Wlegnnd near here. Fanny, 29 years old, 1.5 Die claimant to the litle following the passing o[ Queen Victoria, a Holstcin of Bath, N. Y. Fanny gives four quarts of milk a day with 4.10 bultcr fat content. Although her teeth are mcslly missing and her horns gnarled, she spends the day In the pasture, as usual, and the only variation in her diet is. that she is forced, to eat ground oats nnd coin. Wriglcy Admits He's Seeking Successor For Cub Manager Hartnefl ny STI-.Vli s'NIBEIl ™rl rress Slalr ('"n-fs , Irc , 1 «CACiO, Oct. 12.-PW1 K. Wriglcy, owner of Die Chicago Onus, Indicated t:0ay his agent's are looking for a man 10 take over the holiest, managerial seal in baseball. Wriglcy voiced displeasure at iiiwe of ins (earn to finish higher than fcurtli place in Ihe National League and its collapse in the oily series against Ihe White Sox, then lcl simply: "I've- reached no conclusion on whether Gabby Hartnctt will be manager ajfaln next year" ^T , t j le y? ul «f"» magnate admitted his feelings now are those cf n disappointed baseball fan and that, he will "wait a few days to cool olf a little" heroic making any decision. • ' Wriglcy reportedly was sccMii- « man outside the Cnb organfaui:,! to rebuild , is club. Leading possibility for the job during summer speculation was Frnnkic Piisch who has signed lo manage the Pittsburgh Pirates. Als: mentioned were Prank (Lefty) O'Doul of -San Francisco and Jack LeHvelt of Seattle, successful mnnngers In the Pacific Coast League. Hartnctt replaced Charlie Cliimm as manager of the Cubs in July, 1938, anil led them to a pennant This season the Cubs never were a threat. Hmtnetl and Wrlglcy never have been as close as Ihe Grinim-Wrig- lcy combination. Hartnett received Ills appointment only after Grimm had insisted to Wriglcy that lie was the best man for Ihe job. Rumors of dissatisfaction among Hie players reached a new high this summer. The Dizzy Dean slashing eplscde in a New York hotel brought several stories into the open although the actual injury to Dizzy's left arm had nothing to do with baseball. In regard lo Dean, Wrigley also appeared undecided. Diz has talked over 19-10 terms with Charles (Boots) Weber, the club's vice president, but settled nothing. One report said Dean had asked for another contract of $20,000 a year and had received an offer of half that figure. Diz indicated he would ask to be placed on the voluntary retired list rather than accept such n salary cut. ' Records Reveal Coach Penalized Own Eleven PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Tile University cf Pemi.sylviuila football hnmlbaaic reveals an timutjtil Incident, In which u coach penal- iM-d his awn learn in (lie 1904 game against Franklin and Marshall. William Morice. a Pcnn' coach, was umpiring Ihe game. He for- fcot lilmsclt when one cf his play- ws made a high tat-kle and look lime to lecture nnd dcmoiislrale to hU man ihe proper technique. , Mcylco i( M. protested and stepped .off a five-yard ngaliiH peini for coaching-. ft was said to be the only c.ise on record of an cffk-lal punishing himself fps vulf.i on Infraction of ihe Bits of Red Inner Tube Serve as Angleworms WATERTOWN, Wis. (UP)—Old razor Wades am still a problem, but, fiiliemieii here Imve found tt use for an equally incilspostiWe object, old Inner tubes. Hltgj ISriosemolslor originated the Idea of vslng bits of red inner times an synthetic angle worms. WARNING OllDKIt IN TOE CHANCERY COUET H, ChlckuHuvbn Addition . lo Blythcvllle, Arkansas; £',<• Lot 4, niock li.Chlcknwwba Addition lo lilylheville, Arkansas; I-ot 2, Block 3, Chicago Mill Third Add'n to Blytbevlllc, Arkansas; Lot 3, Block 3, CM- cngo Mill Third Add'n to niy- Uic-ville, Arkansas. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying :i judgment In the amount of $71.71, with ink-rest at six pc-r cent per annum from June IS, 1M9, and ccsts, which judgment was rendered against, the said Mrs. n. M, (Beiiha) Prince- Ill fnvor of Delta Implements, Inc., in the Municipal Court for tlie Chiokasawba- District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, and which judgment Is no.w property on'rec- ord in the ofllce pf the- Circuit Court Clerk for the Chlckasawb.i District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, said judgment being filed for record on June 15, ma. The purchasers at such sale will be re- QUired to execute bond with approved security for the pnrclia«e price. This October 3, 1339. HALE JACKSON, Sheriff, Hy Raymond Bomai- D f5 . "12-18 SALT; Pursuant lo a decree of the Mississippi County Chancery Court, rendered in Uio case of Rose In township 15 norlli, innge 8 fn-il, In Mississippi County Arkansas. The purchaser will' be reciulre<t o Klve Uoiul with approved sccuv™ Hy (o secure payment of his 1>U1 I nnd a Men will i>p retained upon thn propc-i'ty therefor. Dated October 11, 1939 HARVEY MOnniS Commissioner in Chancery. Hold and fivrard, Attorneys for Plaintiff p.j'j iLiHlt-rri lilnight, ct-«l vs. Aiex. A. Clare, -..~. «L.»*i^^i V i «^w>ji\.i vi'' et-al, I will, \vilhin lawful hours CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP on llic 7th Oay oi November 1939' MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARK- sell til Hie front, door of the'court ANSAS. Lola Gammons, Plaintiff, vs. No. 1023 Albert Ganimons, Defendant. The defendant .Albert Gammons, Is warned to appear within thirty days in ihe court named In Ihe caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plainlift, Loin Onmmons. Dated Ihls 2Glh day of September, 1939. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C Percy A. Wright, Atty. for Pltf. Claude p. Cooper, Ally, ad Litem. 28-5-12-19 YOUtl FIND THESE WANES SHORTS^ ARE LONG' QN. COMFORT with even greater spirit. His smile Is just as broad as when he was hitting .315, and his chin just as high as when he Jogged around the bases afler knocking one over Ihe fence. I hope he serves not only one full term, but 10. Forger Is Too Polite, 'Adds "Mr." to Check HAMILTON. Mont. (UP) — A ranch hand was arrested here because he was t.:o polite. He wrote a check payable lo himself and signed it "Mr. Harold Ha" I • Even n millionaire couMn'l Imy a more cdiufortnhlc^nrulciH lli»a them-, HANKS Crolcli-Gnanl Slinrls. )'.'U look trim ami youngish. The sent won't (nsstc with your bustle.. Ami you feel llic stiiilc fUhliuic support of ilic HANKSKMT trotcli-Oiiarcl—with its couvc- nietll, Iniltonlcss fly-fronl. 'i on're rcnllv missing sonictliing if you llun't try tlii s g a r- llliMil. 'See your HANKS Denier tmlay. HANES WINTER SETS 50c to 79c THE GARMENT I'll »r Aort.,\ tr ^, jfcln. ^^,trt pMc " nr wr "'o popular WIXTEII SET >trlci. ComliMl yarn or 10% nool. "AXES HEAVY. WRIGHT CHAM. gen," his employer on a ranch near TASTE THIS GREAT KENTUCKY WHISKEY... IT HAS WGE plus UNCESTRY A True Blue-Gcass Thoroughbred —At the Peak of -1-Ycat-Old "Form" '• lm WIIISK£Y •^<^ 11 ' HAB pin.WMOOT.com™ NOTICE OP SALE OF KKAI, ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned.' as Sheriff of Mississippi County, Arkansas, will on :he 2? day of October, 1939, be- ween Ihe hours of 0 o'clock A. M. ami 3 o'clock P. M., offer for sale at the South door of the lomlliouse in Blytheville, Arkansas,-at public auction to the highest bidder, upon a credit oi three nonths. the following lands be- oiighi!; 15 Mrs. B. M. (Bcrthn) Prince, all ot which properly is situated in the Chickasawba bis- rict of Mississippi County, Arkansas: Tile NE',1 of SW',{, Section 9, Township K North, Range 10 East; -me SEY, of SWH, Section 9, Township 15 North, Range 10 East; Lot 3, Block DRESS FOR BUS/NESS ... in the FASHION PARK manner \ A Fashion Park dressed man is always a well dressed man...Neither extreme or conservative, but having a character of breeding, good taste and propriety. We have a special group of Fall suits tailored at Fashion Park planned purposely for business wear. Pure worsted fabrics that keep you neat and looking well tailored ... soft, pliable hand needling that allows you to relax and be comfortable. Come in and see them ...it is good business to "Dress for Business". and more R. D. HUGHES & CO. Blytheville, Ark. house in the cii,y "of Blytheville, Arkansas, to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, ihe following described properly, to-wil: The soiilheasl quarter of the notlheasl (iiiarter of section 20, Pursiifint , lo a decree' of ' tlio ciianceiy court of in the tills county. of •'Owners' Loan Coiporalioir vs Vio- i let, M.Tvinsswe, et-al, I will, within lawful hours, on the 4th day of November, 1939, sell at Die frolic door of the court, honso in the city of niytlievllle, Arkansas, lo the highest ftdO best bidder, iipcn n ciodlt, of three months, the follow- ' ing described properly, to-\vlt- Lot number 12 in block 0 of Die Park Addition to the citvv* of Hlyllicvllle, Arkansas The purchaser win be' required to give Ijontt with approved security to secure payment of Ills bid, ami a lien will be retained upon the property therefor; Dated October 11, isso ' HARVEY MOfi'uiS, Commissioner in Chancery Reid and Evrnrd, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 12-1 H APPY CRO.& H OUR FREE DELIVERY 100 W. Main Si. Phone 15 Here's Your TOPCOAT Topcoats arc liglilcr this Fall . . . Select from 17-18 ounce ' fabrics such ;is (weeds, shei- lancls, cheviots anil fleeces. Effecls include heather mixtures, diagonals and herring- liono.s. Greenish- tones, hrown, I iin a'nd others. *22 50 , nd For Superb Quality and Tailoring Timely Climateer TOPCOATS The Clinialecr offers a man thiit; free and friendly best which quickly makes it his fopcoat. Loomed liy (he world-famous Kenwood Beavers, and tailored' by Timely in strict Continental fashion, Kver try it on? It's somu- tliinrr yon owe yourself today! R.D. Hughes & Co. i Official Headquarters for Hoy Scout Uniforms and ! Shoes.

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