The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1936 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, September 26, 1936
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

*, PAGE SIX BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NE,WS •LOT T IN FIRST IF Chickasaws Register 20th Straight Triu mph in Game at Haley Field Tlie Blythevllle high school 'Chickasaws opened their 1930 'gridiron seasop by ovcriwwcring a 1 llfjhter Corning litgh' eleven nl Haley Field loit night, 58 to o, but did not npponr particularly Impressive " desplle' (he one-sided score. The' Chick's displayed n ragged caily season style of play while the much lighter visiting team, with one game already under its'belt, showed plenty of spirit in limiting Ihe Mnroon and Whit, juggernaut, to 20 points in u,, nrsl half, in the last half the Chicks' offense began to click better 'and Coming Ihcd as the locals put on the pressure to run Up 38 polnls. •Standing' out In the victors parade were Cnpt. Walker, Russell Mosiev. brother of the fam- Swamp Corning Eleven, — • — • ——• , * ^____ • ^^ • J SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26; 1936 Herschel Calclwell's Record As Duke Frosh Coach Ou island im DURHAM, N. C., Sept. 25. —• Starling his seventh year of coaching nt Duke university. Her-1 schel Caldwcll, the Blue Devil freshninn football, baseball nnd basketball mentor, can look upon a record surpassed by no other coach In the country. He seems lo have the mnglc touch. I Under Cnldwcll's tutelage, - the Duke yearling grid learns, of the last six years, have lost but two games, winning the' North Carolina Big Five freshman titles'In 1030, Lost '32, '34 and again In '35. year the Cnldwell-conchcd Blue Imps not only relalncd their football crown, for the second consecutive season, 1ml the baseball nhd basketball ' outfits waded through their , respective campaigns with flying colors to. win Die Big Five floor nml dlnmoml laurels. Tlie Duke grosh basketball quint won n nut of 18 en- Bn gen i en Is, with the diamond team dropping only one out of Us 12 panics. This year, although Hie Blue Imps grid jquad Is considerably snmllcr both In size and numbers, Coach Caldwcll hopes to place on the- Held a team which will be able to "carry on." Prior coming . to Duke, Caldwcll oiis Heishel of last jcav, Brown. I coached for three years at kne«-actlmi fullback, and Roberls, , ler high school, of Montgomery , end. Teddle Dove, a pretty sweet Uln., where his football teams nil-round hick, Fulrell. back, and .played the ucst high school ng- Ezzell, end, slurred for Corning. ] gregntlons of the state, losing on- Dove punted unusually well, pass- 1 game lo Ihe crack Clovcrdale ed fairly well and was n defensive ! high elev . , - .high eleven and a 0-0 decision to bulwark. Dove averaged .13 yards 'lie University of Alabama year- on 11 purits, which Is pretty fair lings, booting with a 190-pound rushing the kicker. Calilwell But 11 waul not for long. Cald lino i Stanford university footballers well calmly booted the ball square- OF MB II BIG SIX LOOP But Every thing Points lo Excitint' Race for Runner-up Position UY By Harry Grayson NEW YORK— Prom the Battery to the Bronx they rooted' fervently for what Is Jocularly called a- five- cent world series. Now they have it, and the raucous squawk Is on'. It 1ms been professional baseball's traditional privilege to Jack world series prices up to niors than three times the 'regular tarilf. As though boosting the ' cost of MA.r. LAWRENCE <»'™> JONES * Jf^1 K^JFLL'SZ $1.05 to $550 wasn't bad enough', the magnates force the customer.'! Chicks Slronj Defensively Defensively the Chick lino was about all Hint could be demanded, smothering the lighter opposing forwards. On the' nlnlH's nver- ngc the vlsllois probably would fhow n loss on cffoils through the line. » The Chlckasnus roared along lo ' 16 first, downs, while the visitors 'were foiced lo be content'.' with one. It was reeisercrt on the op, enlng play fiom scilmmage when. Corning got away with the old end "out pass. trick, Dove to Fut- •'rell, for 36 yards. : • The chicks received 75 yards In . ( penalties, ranging- from offside to holding and clipping while Corn- Ing 'was penalized 20 jnrds. Twice lof the 1926 season well remember ly llirough the iiprlghLs (a tie tin; •Herschcl Caldwcll, the easy-going count. He was also a star In Alu- clmp who nonchalantly kicked the bama's 20-10 victory over Wash- extra point that turned a .possl-1Inglon-ln the Rose Hovyl game of blc 7-C Slanford victory into a 1925. 7-7 deadlock. The Incident occurred In the Rose Bowl classic of Ciildwell was n star nlhlele at lllytlievlllc high school before JJD- .'20 when Stanford and Wallace'Ing lo the University of Alabama Wade's Alabama Crimson Wave were battling In the annual festivity. The wcstcoasl team led until late In the final stanza, 7-0, when Alabama pushed across a touchdown, to make Ihe score rend 7-B, still in favor of Stanford. al TuscnloosB, Ho was an outstanding performer on Ihe gridiron, track and diamond In north- cast Arkansas circles and gained slate recognition - at Invitallon track meets and because of his fooliall ability. Oklahoma's Head Coach NOHMAN. Okln., Sept. 20. — It looks as If a corking scramble for runner-lip poslllon behind powerful Nebraska apparently will l:e Die raciest feature of the Big Six Conference football race. I am nfrnld nobody In Ihe Irague Is, going to worry those strapping, experienced Cornhiisk- crs of Coach Dana X. Bible. Maybe you're llrcd of over and over every year lhat Nebraska's going to have another liiwit foolbnll learn. Maybe I am loo, and also the other "Big Six" coaches—Adrian I.lndscy of Kan- Ens, Wcs Fry of Kansas Stale, George Vcenker of Iowa Stole, and 'Don Fauiol of Missouri But 't's Iriie. Not only does Bible retain three starting backs, Sam Francis. 200-pound fullback and Icfl- foolcd punier; Lloyd (Wild- Hoss) Cat-dwell, greal running back; mid Johnny- Huwcll, veteran quarter; but also he has several big, veteran smashers at _cml, nol' to mention a line Hint even Bible himself ndnilLs should bo stronger In Ihe middle llinn last year. Conceding Nebraska another romping. ruthless group. Ict'i luok briefly at the other schools: OKLAHOMA — Lost more Ict- Icrmcn than any other school In Ihe tooj), 1C, which means our re.sei ves will be llghl, green ' and inexperienced. We need a -ball- carrier lo spell Melbourne (Nig) Roberlson. ' our 'gnulualed all-Big Six cumilcr. We're going to have lo develop from brand-new um- •EL BERTS Louie Smotherman Stars As Reddics Win, 20 to 0, Friday UY J. 1'. FRIEND A71MOREU Ark., Sept. 2G—Led by l!ert Ross, -halfback, and loule Sinotherniah, quarterback, (he Annorel llcddles easily de- fer/cd thi 1'amgould Bullpups, here yeslerday afternoon for their nnd hurried across on n 22 yard sprint with no hesitation. Corninjf George the-. Chicks manufactured touchdown plays only to have penalties nullify the, scores , ' j \vrlglit , , "Sneak" Pass Clicks The flrsl quarter was'drawing toward' a <closc beforc"lhc Chicks registered Ihelr inillal touchdown. A "sneak 1 ' p«ss by Coming, following the opening kick, pushed the Chicks back jnto (heir own territory and the locals had to start'from their 20 yard line when Dove's punt rolled r^r. A promising Chick drive was upset when Fulrell Inlcrccpled a henvy by Mosley mound mldfield and It riieunt n start over again from deep In chick territory. But the offensive show began to gather steam and Brown, Mosley and Hutchins lugged the pigskin In a sustained march from the Blytheville 3-t yard line lo a touchdown with Brown ripping over from the four yard line. Tlie r second , touchdown wns manufactured in the second quarter on a 14 yard pass, Mosley to Besliarte cllmavlng a passing nnd :iiinnuig attack from mldfield. 'Brown went over standing up Gochran Button Llltle Fulrell Dnhmus Line-ups Pos. IjB LT LG C no RT !).E QB LH RH FB Blythevllle Robe: Wise C Walker • Moody >crts' | rVISC,! iralc L Bcsharse! Mercdilh j Mosley I Hutchins Brown rion | Alec ' Saliba mid; Parkey Speck Star in 13 to 0 Summary: Substitutions, Blytheville — Harrison, Jdsllce, Buncn, ScoK, Warrington, Barlhoiomcw, Triumph .JOINER, Ark., ScpL 20—Shnw- nec's Indians defcalcd Marked Tree, 13 lo 0, in a hard foughl J. Smith; Corning—Wilson, Davis, | football game here yesterday afl- Knowlcn, T. Dove. Scoring touchdowns—Brown 4 (all from scrlm- ningel; Besharse (pass.from Masley); Walker 2 (scrimmage); Mosley 2 (b-crlmmage, returned punt). Extra polnls — Brown 3 (place oi-noon, Alec Salthn scored bolh of to buy them'In blocks of three at rccond. victory of the season. $10.50 per block. If the paying l^asl week Coach Couurn "Poss" 'f'honiton's picteges won from the lilvthevllle Pa|mcises, 28-0. The noddles- 1 look advantage Of a doubtful piece of strategy to score their first touchdown soon aflcr the opening whistle. Jue Estcs kicked lo Cole on the 15 and he returned it 0. Cole on h reverse picked up two. Wheclis rammed left tackle for three. L. V. Bell broke through and stopped Whcells on a wide end run. Instead of kicking Wheclis elected lo pass lo his right end, it. T. Heed. But Reed fumbled,. Armorel gaining the ball on downs. 'Ihcy went right lo work and scon had ; a score. Smothcrman retted two at the line. George I'ruitt circled left end for ten and first dowii. 'On a quick open- ins- play Pruill sneaked off six more. Ross brought the ball clown guest prefers Ihe aristocratic dignity of a box scat, he lays $19.60 on the line for three games nt SO.CO per. •- • Ordinary fans, who support, the business all season long, have good reason for bitter complaint in New ,, Yor k this fall. They suiter a iloii- luiitini, j,!,, <loso of th[s gollg | 11K although When they finish paying the National Exhibition Co. for the Ihrec home games of the Giants, they must kick In a like, amount . , A ' llcr|ca1 ' , Clllh lerlal (Dub) replacements Wheeler, ojir for J. w. nil-confer" ence left lackle; Ken Little, "senior guard; nml John Mlskovsky, a good, tough end. However, we retain Bill Breedcn, Elmo (Bo) Hewes, and Al rollo. starting backs; and Ralph Brown, a lighting Incklc; Connie Ahrcns, a fine 'guard; an William center. Wildcats' Claws Sharp ' Kansas Stale—Relains more lettermen than any other school, 19, Including many of those who played on Lynn Waldorf's oliaiii- plonshlp aggregation o( 1S134. Has some good sophomores coming no. The Wlldcals nrc n veteran senior team, nnd might be tl:o big noise of the year. They can be m| 8 |llv ..... „ ........ Slmwnee's touchdowns, one In tin;'"- ' 1 ' il ' (l Nebraska, 0 lo 0, at Man second iwrloil as the climax of lmtlnn lilst >'™r and beat the a drive 'half tlic distance of the ] Conll " lskcl ' s ftt Lill coln the year ncld nhd the second In the third j bcforc kicks); Walker 1 (place kick) luni'tor on a 12 yard off tackle' First downs—Corning 1. Dlylhe- slant after 11 bad punt by Marked vllle 10. Yards gained from rush-,' ricc llll(l P 1 ' 1 the Indians In scor- ing—Blythcvllle 388; Coming 12. '"8 position. Pavkcy Speck con- New York for three engagements at Yankee Stadium. That Is, If they can afford It.' In the case of the average addict, he can't, so he reads about his heroes in the newspapers, while ticket speculators clean up on better fixed "now and thens," who gladly pay any price just to say "I was there." Of course, If Ihe ordinary fan cares to stand In line all day, he may be rccomiicnsed with a single unreserved seat In a distant corner of the grandstand for $3.30. or a perch In Ihe bleachers for $1.10, provided Uierc arc any left when he reaches Ihe window. 'Mint's his reward for turning out week in nnd week out, especially during the visits of tall-end outfits. , World series prices are too high, nnd there should be a fairer'dls- tribulion of. tickets, but nothing will be done about it 'us long ns the parks are filled to overflowing. * ' » • Businesslike Baseball Yankees and Ginnls will, nol pro vide the light, dash, and color of the last two world series, which were among the most exciting ever played. Bolh clubs are too businesslike —the Yankees in their sheer. i»w- cr and Ihe Giants in their quiet efficiency. The slnmbnng Cardinals, of 193! will be sadly missed, and so will Ihe Culls who in attacking the Tigers last autumn took their cue from the Gas House Clang of the year before. .Even Umpire George Moriarty w;on't be present lo have close and important decisions follow him all'the'way around the diamond. Neither Joe McCarthy of the Yankees nor Bill Terry of thr Giants .encourage .belligerency. A stick of dynamite is required to get McCarthy oul of the elu 1 *- Llndscy has out for the purpose of jawing with Cor- also (Red) Cotnulghl, veteran when they want to Many Countries Represented On Wrestling Card Representatives from four different nations compose the weekly wrestling card of the American Legion, Monday night, nt the oiwn air arena. Ole Oleson, American Swede from St. Paul, Minn., tackles the Canadian Wildcat, Hoy Welch, In one half of the all-star bill, with Olio Von Ludwlg, of Germany, meeting the headlock specialist, Donald McNaught, of Scotland. Both matches will have a ninety minute time limit, two best falls out of three. As a 'supporting cast Promoter Clarence Holder lias arranged far two more boxing exhibitions featuring young Dlythevllle boxing talent. The show gets under way at 8 p.m., thirty minutes earlier than the usual starling time. Oldham and Bryant Score Touchdowns for Osceola in Season's First Try OSCEOLA, Ark.—The Semmolcs defeated the Osccola Hul her t ,, , ,_ , . >*t-iiuiiuii.-:> \n.-iL-ai<:u Liiu j-luiucrL lhrouV l lhe OI m,d 1 d,e 0 oT pushed {*" -™bal, •«» here Fri- it over through the same spot,! / rhn , . 1, , , , rt,±'^"?'± L v 4 ««? n^rus: Sanderson's I.uxora Team Wins, 7 to 0, in Game at Wilson WILSON, Ark.. Sept. 2G.—Lux- ora high school's Panthers defeated the Wilson high school Bulldogs, 7 lo 0, here yesterday afternoon. Burton ScolJ plunged over for Hie touchdown in the second quarter after n long run by Stockton had nut the ball in scoring position, seotl also converted Ihe extra point on a plunge. Wilson was never in scoring range Inn the Panthers had driven to nboiit Ihe Bulldog one yard line when the game ended, Wilson plays Uellevue junior nigh of Memphis here next Friday. Football Results COLLEGE GAMES Ilcndrix (J, Southwest Mifsouri Teachers 0. Henderson 3D, 'Majnolia A & M. 0. Ouachlta 14, Oklahoma Baptists 14 (tie). Arkansas Tech University 0. 41, Cumberland a plunse. 'Score: Annorel 7; Paragould 0. The bnll see-sawed >up rvul down Ihe field for Ihe remainder of the (tunrter and hath teams threatenin ne.vt, Sev- erfu ilni';s, b'ut Intercepted passes' o . played havoc with their scoring ' chances. which was the first of the season. Oldham starred for the local learn with two touchdowns. Bryant made the other touchdown nnd Pate played excellently on defense. ! The line-ups: | I Sc irieck Louie Slarls Drivr Afler the kiek lo open the third period, l.oiiie Smolherman Ayi^s begnn n one man parade down Smith field. Starling on his r>\vn| Ramsey :i3. I.oule made 15 at left lackle; Butler Ayres 9 1-2 there again: right tackle 16; left lackle 10; left lackle 1 oklham 18, bringing the ball down lo the Young Pos. LE LT LG C RG RT HE QB RH LH FB Hullierl Rogers Wynne, c. Duncan Buck Wynne, 1. Brown Daniels Wynne, T. Hampton Cordcll Porter Pruitt barely missed by mere Siibslitiiles: Ilnlbcrt: Parrell, Inches on (he next play, but Ross Hudgens. Phil- The rocks which -make,.up.Jhe Palisades in New. York are 150,- ringlon, P.; Edrington, J., and Rob- Passes attempted — Corning gj: veiled for the extra point. WftS completed 1 for 30 yards; Dlylhc- vllle 9, completed C for 105 yards (Moslcy-Soberts 15; Mosley-Bc- shnrse 15 (TD); Mosley-Beslmrse 9; Mosley-Roberts Moslcy- Warringfrtn 35; Mosley-Besharse for the third touchdown after ;x. 8). Passes intercepted—Coming 2; fumble, recovered by Corning, had | Blythevllle 1. Punts—Blythevllle 1 temporarily checked the Chicks. ' (27 yards); Corninir 11, average Hulchins galloped from his own 1M yards. Yards returned punt— 37 yard line across the Corning i Blvthcvlllc 217; Corning 15. Kick- goal line soon after the second offs — Blylhevllle 11, average 45 lost his kicker, Fred Harris: Also j nil arbiter. John Peterson, all-conference full- ..„,.. =' The Standings Southern I.i- half opened but a penalty nullified the score. Brown went over for the next touchdown from inside the 10 yard line. ' Starting on their own 27 ynrd line .Ihe Chicks marched swlflly to "another counter. Mosley romped 26 yards, Hutchins sliced through for 12 more, Brown plck- ,cd up 16 : and Mosley 18. Then .Brown cracked over for the score: ynrds. Ynrds returned klckoff — Corning 123. Ynrds lost—Corning irml 1111 I'lay i W. 2, lit | On the other side of the ledger he will have the finest sophomoio crop in the circuit. Kansas usually lias strong line piny and excellent forward passing, so look out for the Jayhawkers. MISSOURI —Only two Big Six rchools, Nebrnskn and Oklahoma, dccatcd the- Tigers last year. All place and Terry. Athlete.'; like Dick Hirtell, brands elsewhere, quickly become, subdued upon reporting lo the Tcrry-conlrolled Giants. There is no gelling away from Ihe fact that the tranquil methods of McCarthy and Terry have met New "Orleans ..... 0 2 .000 Blylhevllle 5. Penallies— Corn- 2, (20 yards); Blythevllle 7 National League (75 yards). Fumbles—Blylhevllle 2. No ... Yort Finnbles recovered—Blylhevllle 1; st LoiiL Corning 1. Individual gains by phj m », "' ng ilng—Mosley 198 nl gains yards In trie's; Brown 105 ynrds. .13 tries; Hutchins 32, lost 5. 5 Irics; Scott 93 00 87 05 85 G7 Pittsburgh 84 08 Cincinnati 72 80 others were tied. Coach Fnurot has 01.000! had time lo tench his style of play, nnd with n good crop of sophomore and junior replacements coming on, mny lake his plncc among the loop's top-flight (earns. .-ilh son I here how we le degree of success, but qucst'on as to just ™' H "'""' tl>e .Vt. L. Pet. .G05 Penally Arain Cosily , | Total yardage Kalned-Blytheville phn ndc inhln' " . i . i 235 rVirmiicr O'Jrt - M ' * ' " " 10 G5 .553 .474 .4S1 Cyclones Weak al Passing turnstiles In a less populated lor than New York—say St. I Freak Drlfvfrics Flourish Cnrl Hubbell nnd Fred Fitzslm- inons. upon whom the Giants are banking st heavily, scalnd the heights with frrak deliveries, al- line, Mosley racing to a. louch- down that was called tack because of a penalty against Blytheville. Fifteen yards for holding. A pass failed and Mosley lucked the ball under his arm, capitalized on some neat blocking nnd skipped 45 ynrds goalward. The third quarter ended with Corning holding the ball in "Coffin" corner. Dove punted oul nicely lo Mosley (shades of Hershell) turned in a nice bit of broken field running nnd went to town. It was the sevenlh touchdown came. of the Capt. Walker got his chance to carry • the ball when relieved by ~ ' Bunch Brown al center and replaced at fullback. He fumbled once' on a poor exchange froir Scott. But a pass, Mosley to Warrington, pulled down in spectacu Inr fashion, advanced the ball al most to. the goal line, 38 yards and Walker busted across lor the' touchdown. , . : % Mosley lugged a Corning pun back from his own 30 to Corning 1 .349 IOWA STATE — The Cyclones though bolh have a varied nssort- will have n stronger line this year, • ment of sUiff. 1 Coach Vcenker declares, with at) Hubbell throws his screwball oil least two letter winners for ev-' the middle finger of li Is Is ft hand cry position bill guard. However, It Is the reverse of Christy Math- as State College), head linesman; 2ctrotl° rkl juagc. «U. of Tcnn. Jr. College), Zebras Run Roughshod Over Forrest City, 44-14 PINE BLUFF, Ark., Sept. 2(i.— The Pine Bluff Zebras surprised 'heir backers with an unlocked or display of power to trounce .he Forrest City Thoroughbreds, 44 lo 14. here lost night. The Mustangs look a momentary lend in the first quarter by scoring seven points after Pine Bluff had counted six. Afler lhal Ihe Zebras went to town In lie second half, leading 12 to 7 at the half. i Chicago .. i Cleveland Boslon .. Keiser Holds Rector To 7 to 0 Triumph KEISER, Ark., Sept, 26.—Kelser's football team" dropped a 7 j 37 yard line to touch off ,the final to o decision to Rector here yes- touchdown drive. Scott .reeled off, tcrday afternoon. 83 78 70 78 .73 73 79 57 93 53 99 Baseball Results SouUicrn League Playoff No game scheduled. National league Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 2. New York 3, Boston 2. Only games. - American League New York 6. Philadelphia 5. St. Ixruis 8-6, Cleveland 2-7. Washington 9, Boston 3. Only games. .669 .547 .510 .480 .380 .344 he needs experienced kickers and passers and n big, rough fullback. Elwin Snell nnd Tommy Nenl, 160- ewson's fadeaway. In more recent sonson.s. has cxorcssM tear that he wouM carried it over. Smotlicrman ran iij )s; osceola: Wages, Short, Edthe total to 14 -with a buck for the extra point. A fine returned punt by-Pruitt put the ball In scoring position in (he same quarler, and iiibrel capitalized, thanks to the nimble foet and hips of Smplherman. plays they gained (he - necessary 31 yards. Sinotherman covering :he last twenty with a beautiful cutback.- ROK:; failed to convert. In statistics Annorel was far ahead, rolling up Ihirtcen first downs lu Pnrngould's four, two coming in the last pcrio:!. Wheel's. 'iant fullback, was the whole how for llio Bullpups, saining nearly all of Iheir 31 yards. Ar- nicrel reeled of! 357 from scrimmage. HIGH SCHOOL Lillle iiock ' Catholic High 33, DcQucon 7. Nnrlli Little Reck 27. Beclie 0. Oklahoma City :18. Little RockO. Clarendon 13. Helena 12. Conway 13, England 0. Benton 42, Arkadelphia 0. Newport 20. McCrory 0. Camden 14. Crossett C. Fort Smith 0, Heavener, Okla. 0 (lie). Clarksville 22, Van Huron 0. ' .,_Pine BlulT 44. Forrest Cily 11'. . Searcy 0. Stiitlgurl C (tie). ' Hot Springs 6. Jonesbnro 0. ' Collon Plant 20, Newport Juniors 0. Batcsvilic 14, Hnrrisburg 0. Tcxarkana 42, Pre.scott' 0. Hope 7. Smackover 0. Blytheville 58. Corning 0. Walnut Ridge 51. Iltixie C. Fordycc M,' DcrniaU 12. Haync.sville. TJI. 27, F.I Dorado 0. i'yragr.uld Johnson tee Garrison McKcnzic Arcndnl Hyde h eed CofTman Futrcll Cole Wheclis Pos. LB vr LG C RG RT HE QB LH RH FB Armorcl Estes Bel Rodgei-s Watson Downing; Hooper Bell Sinothcnnan Ross Graliaml Pruitl, BARGAINS IN GOOD FARM LAND 90 Acres, one mile nbrlh of Yarbro, fine blnck loam soil, well drained, produces well, will grow alfalfa. No buildings, can be. bought for $60.00 per acre, $2,500 cash, tnlnncc low interest. I CCO Acres, with about 800 in cultivation, fifteen houses, two large barns, commissary nnd black smith shop. Soil black sand to Iwnvy, line producing, well drained, laxcs low. About 523,000 Federal Land Bank Loan, $15,000 cash handles the deal. Price $07.03 per acre. Officials: Potter (Memphis Tech) 320 Acres, one mile of good gravel road, near town and gin. 280 irrfcrcc: Wanln?.lon (Wilson High) j acres in cultivation, plenty of house.-;, one good house and bam. umpire; John Sniotliermnn, headj p,. icc $C5CO pcr acrc $3COO ^sh will handle deal, balance in loan. pounders, nnd Al Wnlle, 115- W lew effective because olhers had pound fullback^ are only letler cooled his screwball. The M°ckor backs returning. Iowa Stale always Is well coached. Last year Vccnkcr's team closed the season with a surprise 21-to-12 victory over Kansas. ; 15 yards, shoeing a nice drive. | Walker slanled off rlghl end, used »- single Inlerferer to shi eld Him ' dntll hi»r the goal strip* The visitors put up a stone wall defense against Reiser's best efforts while the locals battled desperately Irt a vnln effort to win, Today's Games National League Chicago at St. Louts. Brooklyn at New York. Pittsburgh nt Cincinnati. Boston nt Philadelphia. American league Detroit nt Cleveland. New York at Washington. St. Louis at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. Hot Springs Ekes Oul Win Over Jonesboro, 6-C HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. Sept. 2i>.— Paul Longinottl was Hot Springs' football hero today nnd no mistake about lhat, tor It was Paul who saved Hot Springs from nn almost certain scoreless tic with Jonesboro • last night by hobbling Into the game in the last live mlnules lo loss a louchdown pass Hot Springs won, 6 lo 0. Longlnott! had been kept on Ihe sidelines because of nn Injury i In practice several days ago. Bill' wllh only four or five minutes to go'he went Into the game. With he ball on Jonesboro's seven-yard line Longtnottl tossed n pass to • Elmer Phillips over the goal Hue 'i M-irvel realizes that one of il.s strongest points Is that hitters see so 111 tie of It. And that goes \vfcen he u'ches It. too. . ' Others have devoloixxl the screwball, but none control It unite as well as Hubl'ell. who doesn't hesitate lo cut tlis corner of Ihe plate nl the knees in clutches. Eddie RommDil and others thriw —and throw—slow knuckle balls, but Pitzslmmons gets as much stud on his as he does on his fast one. Fit?! grabs the ball bv the seams with the tins of Ills rmqers. There being no sp!n on the ball the pressure of air gives it an erratic course once it lakes cflecl. Fitz's kiiuck- ler Is noon the batter before It breaks down. out. or in. The U. S. Government Printing olDcc normally employ* nn aver- |nRc of 4000 persons. Before Yon Bny Any Ontboard - See 1h« NEPTUNE z H. P. Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 16 H. P.I HUKKARD TIRE & BATTKRY CO. Plant Winter Legumes Increase yield 250 Ibs. of seed cotton per acre by planting Hairy Vetch. We have the only planter equipped to plant Vetch in collon and corn middles. We can furnish Duplex Hoppers and Legume attachments to convert your Shawnee Collon nnd Corn planter to Legume planter at nominal cost. Paul Byrum Blytlievllle, Ark. CO Acres, nenr Holland, Pcmiscot county, Mo. Near Highway 61. Two sets of houses, sand loam soil. Price S75.00 per acre, $1,503 cash. 120 Acres, two miles northrnst of Blythcvillo, good county road, one good .house, large new barn, tcnnnl houses, very fine type of black sand soil. Price $12,OCO, with reasonable cash pnyment, balance low interest. large barn. Price SG.250, about half cash, balance Federal lace lo Jive, Land B iiiSL 40 Acres, three miles .south of Manila. 3 rocm house. Price $3,0to. 5800 cash, balance terms. Low (axes and t;ood sand loam soil. 93 Acres, near Barficlci, two tenant houses, tine Mack loam land. Price S60.CO per acre, small cash payment, balance Ion',' term. EO Acres, one mile of Lilboum, Mo. Good soil. «cod house and barn, making near bale to acre this year. Taxes about 50 cents per acre. Price $47.50 per ncre, $1,500 cash will buy il. balance in loan. 120 Acres, two miles northwest of Holland, fair Improvements and ECOd type of soil, good roads, near store and school. Price J75.CD per ncre, small cash payment, balance loan. CCO Acres, three miles west of Holland, near gravel road, plenty of houses, fine black land, nol Liu:!: shot, bale lo acre cotton. Price $80.00 per acrc, 20'i cash, balance terms. ICO Acres, five miles northeast stcole, Mo. All in cultivation, bale and better to acre Ibis year, fine black loam soil, four houses, two barns, good road, for milck sale, $65.00 per ncre, S5.CCO cash, balance In loan. W. M. BURNS AGENCY

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page