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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 28, 1936
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, PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wouldn't Be Surprised If ' ,Sou t he r n California Wins Coast Title BY TINY THORNH1U, Head Coach, Stanford, University , STANFORD UNIVERSITY, 8<?pt 28 — Football Inns of this great seslern slope tire 'In for a treat! this fall. Pacific Const Conference find' independent teams are more evenly matched than at any time in history. — Interest In the conference ritcu has been Increased ulth the slnrt of a new round-robin schedule. 'Montana • and Idaho have been left out of consideration In the «rap for the title Tlie other eight squads Stanford. California, Southern California, Untveislty of California at Los Angeles. Washington, Washington Slate, Oregon, and Oregon State, nil Unvcl the length of the circuit In meeting each othei At last the clxiin- I plonshlp really can be settled. A majority consldci Washington the No 1 oulflt In the conference this season, although California polls R generous \ole, and not n lew f,avor U. C. L. A , defending co-champion At Washington. Jtmmj Phclan practically has his team of last year; intact. 'Followers of the Huskies boast of the squad's rescue manpower, something that nas lacking last autumn Washington has scieml tough problems, but the toughest came In Its opening game *ith Minnesota, so Phclan was able to get ti true line on his lineup right under the gun. Washington hud an exceptionally robust line In 1935, hut lack, ed replacements I understand lhat this has been remedied by excellent sophomores The Seattle baHflcld is exceptionally veisatlle. The Huskies 1m one of the (Inesl backflelds In the conference last } season, hut it 'lacked extra men to carry It through Phclan claims he has the replacements lull trip In fact ho remarks Hint some of these boss may replace veterans i in the starting lineup. California Must De\tlop .Tackle* arid uEnds. , "White California seems to have a wealth of material, Stub Allison has his ttork cul out for him. The, Bears lost seven linemen, Tackles and ends must be replaced , with Inexperienced men. The Berkeley bilgiulc Is three and four deep In the bac&flcld, with many \elernns '^California plays se\en hard games hi a row without a breath' er UnUersity of California at Las Angeles Is better fixed In, reset; s-s^ than it was a year ''ago The Bruins lost only three * regulars eiitly' Is . the only veteran back able- to hold- his own with the newcomers; 1 Jones lacked 1 brickfield replacement'!, a year ago, but the freshman squad lurned over n splendid--collection of them. The Trojans In all probability will lose, some games, but Ihey certainly will give Ihe rest of us a: run. Washington Stale Is ft dark hoi'EC. Twenty letlcrnien and reserves returned,' and Indications are lhat mnny good prospects came up from Ihe freshmen. The middle of the Hue steins to be set. Babe Hollingbery's assignment Is developing tackles and cuds. More capable reserves make the backfield appear mom formidable than It was In 1935. Dig Ed God liavc to carry the Ihis autumn. The several good ball dnrd will not entire burden Cougars have carriers. Washington Stale does plenty Of traveling, which Is a handicap Orrgon Coach Optimistic Oregon will hold up Its end I'rlnk Ciilllson boasts that thl. rear's set of Wcbfoolcrs will d< things that no Oregon team ha; clone before. The young men o Eugene aic well seasoned. Th learn has reserve strength am MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1936 [oncsboro Put Up Stout Fight A g a i n s t H o t Springs Trojans By J. 1'. FRIEND The annual football classic IK- .ween Blyllievllle Chlckasaws and the .Joncsboro Golden Hurricane lias always held the Interest 'of grid fans in Northeast Arkansas, and the surround Ing territory, ami In-! dlcallons point lo another football "natural 1 ' when the two collide under the floodlights at Haley Field, October 0. ' While the Chicks were annexing Ihclr 20th , consecutive victory at the expense of Corning, 58-0. lying the unofficial stale prep school record, Conch Lowell Manning's pro- teges further demonstrate! tlv;lr prowess wllh Ihe pigskin l>y holding the powerful Hot Springs Trojans to a lone touchdown. Paul Longlnolll, triple-threat star and honorcc of the mythical nil-state nblllly In every department. The selection for the lost Iwo years, what you do, you're pitching to his strength. Put something on it and pump it through there. I>ou Gchrlg, .35). An amazing left-handed hitter. /Swats the hall :i mile to right and right-center. To left, loo, when he swings a bit lute. You might fool him with a slow one only to have him lilt the next- one ol Irmt type out of the piirk. Bill Dickey, .SCO. A tall left- handed hitter. Murders an Inside ball. .Bells outside pitches into left-center. Men on bases-sharpen his eye. ', George Selkirk, ,308. A left- handed hitler who prefers a fast ball. Curve It and pull the string. »*.*.' For All Except ihibbell Jnkc Powell, .297. A rlBhl-hand- first lenm Is comijosed of 10 let- 'cnnon nnrt'n Junior college transfer. -. : , ; The backfield Is equipped for all kinds of play. The line Is big and fast. Latest reports are that some of, the .veterans will tic replaced ".by .'very likely.'•' jooklng sophomores before the conference scramble Is very old. I lindcr- slnud .thai uo team In the conference enlcis the new .setup with more enthusiasm than Oregon. Numerically, Oregon Stnte ' has the sinnltcsl squad In <: the Dig Eight. Little has been said nuout '-he Beavers, but advance notices give as lo understand - lhat Cor- vallts w'lll present its strongest front since ' l!>33. Line ' material compares quite favorably In weight with 1 Hint of llie other ...conference candidates. L understand that line replacements are considerably stronger than n year ago. The backfleld Is well balanced wllh plenty of speed, power, and form. Early reports lire that Lon- nlc •- Stlnei; has several, splendid passing combinations. It will not be surprising to see thn Beavers nil the: air with footballs. Along this line, I understand that they arc calling themselves "the Tcxans of Ihe Pacific- northwest." I.arge Cirlzzles Prowl In the new setup, Monlnna, youngest member of- tiie conference, meets only .,oue California lenm. The Grilles hook lip wllh IT. ..C.'.'L. A. in u night game iu Los Angeles, Oct. 2. ..Tlie .squad Is much.linger In number, which menus ,liml It hiis - niofe reserve strength,- It was. lacking In this dciiarlmenl d year ago. , : . There are very few smnll men on llie Monlnna squad. In fact I believe that It Is the heaviest nr- 'ay In he .Pacific i norlhwesl. Idaho .practically Is'In llie same )osltlon ns.Montana In so far ns conference appointments . are con- .ID COHREpULTS Laslic and His Assistants Have Job Cul Out for Them Ky J. P. FItlKNI) '. Having tied the unofficial Arkansas high school record for consecu- livc victories, held by Forrest City, by easily burying the Corning Bobcats under a touchdown barrage for win No. 20, the Dlytlicvlllc Chicks Injured the' week before against Forrest city, hobbled Into Ihe game wllh the score knotted, nothing lo nar'n, Hot Springs In possession of the ball on.Joncsboro's 0 ynitl line, fourth down, goal to go, and heaved a perfect pass Into the walling nniu of Clyde Phillips over the line. 5lls aim wasn't so good for the extra point, however. The final whistle sounded soon after the next klckolf. First downs: Hot Springs 10; Jonesboro 5. Forrest City, another. "toiighle" (or Ihe chicks, who.slartlcd Ihe state with power In'holding Hot Springs, 20-13, and gelling rid of Mr. Longlnolli In the first period, held the Pine Dluff Zebra for a half, but wllh a.burst of speed.he got awawy and romped off lo a 4414 triumph. The Tlioroughbrcds meet another strong stale team this week-end In North Little Hock. 'I'lggolt Mohawks, who are slated for an appearance here, Friday, opened their 1930'season by bnl- Ulng a heavier Imbodctr eleven to a scoreless lie. .Other scores of Chick opponents Include: Walnut Hldge 51, Iloxie G; Now'ix>rl 20, McCrory (i; "Senrcy 6, Stuttgart 0. No report-.on Ihc Orcenwood, Miss., game has been received. . cd pull hitler, which means that will seek to establish a new mnrk, he hits Ills longest ball to left! Friday night, when Ihey tackle, the field. Hunts nnd puses the ball. | piggott Moliawks under Ihe arcs An average hitter having a good j at Haley Field. year at Ihe clip he has maintained The Tribe showed plenty of pow- this season. . • |cr in downing the lighter Bobcats, Hoy Johnson, .2C3. A streaky! pushing over nine touchdowns and left-handed hitler who prefers a j ridding four extra joints, but sev- fasl ball, alow up on him. He's the type likely lo be ellher a star or a goat, lie wouldn't bo a man* liter's first choice In a world series, i Tony Ltiiizcrl, .284. A right-handed "money" hitler. Has made h study of hitting- behind Ihe rnii- ner. Pokes Ihe pellet lo all fields Working on Ihis veteran with inch errti glaring mil!? which weaknesses cropped means that. Coaches Carney Lnsltc and James Puckoll haye ihclr week's menu all cut for In position to score Is risky business. The foregoing goes for nil Giant pitchers exqepl Carl Hnbbcll. The Meeker Marvel's style forces him to pitch differently. His screwball has'lo be low. Ho has Ihe stuff lo pilch lo llie strength of 1 .groat 1 hllters. ' ' Drawing beads on Glnut hllters with Yankee pitchers, who. have considerably less lo worry about: Joe Moore, .318. A left-handed hitler nnd the finest leadofT man In baseball, • Dick Barlell, .295. A rlghl-hnnd- ed hitler properly spoiled,, lor he doesn't hit In many runs. Moved p because of his ability to bunt, rnst balls his dish. the most outsliincl- 'Aplt was the *ick of the usual Piipeclaily was that (n llie first psripjj when they ilieltl to a lone touchdown. As progressed they did bct- pi. : llmt department, hut, at it wasn't much to write home Southern League I'layoff W. L. I'd, Birmingham New Orleans . . National (How They I-inislic-il) VI. r,. Pet. ... 92 G2 07 New Vork SI. Louis 87 Chicago ..- 87 01 Pittsburgh '....: 8-1 70 Cincinnati 74 80 noslon ^1\ 83 nrcoklyn .• G1 87 Philadelphia 5-1 100 American League .537 .555 J45 .481 .401 ism Carulliersville. Has Ailing Veterans; Opens Againsl Matthews Friday CARUTHCTtSVILLK. MO,— T h e "Injury jinx" has reared Its head over the Caruthcrsviiic Tigers' gridiron to offset plans of Coach Jack llopkc for'a successful season. Two (How They New Vork Detroit Washington Chicago .. ....... Cleveland Bostoii Finished) W ... 1G2 51 ... 83 71 .... 82 11 regulars, Clint Murphy and Ed .453 i Caliber, are still on the ailing Hsl, .351 although both arc going through practice drills, and will probably be ^ able to lake the Held opening game I». Pet. j n 'Bht hero Friday, Oct. 2. against ' Matlhcws. Murphy was fullback 1G30 1 am ' .Oalllicr, 250-pound tackle and enced, but will outweigh last year's eleven a few pounds. Galllau, H. Hickerson, Murphy, Gallher, Creech and cook are lettermcn, several of (he others playing their first year of football. Offlcials of the high scliool and American Legion will meet Monday Mljht' lo discuss plans of arranging the lights in Legion park, home of Ihe Pilots baseball nine this past season, lo make the park suitable for night football. Coach Hopke has tentatively made plans which will make it possible for the lights lo be utilized with , only minor changes in focusing -(he reflectors. H is probable llie region will permit the minor changes, and if so, all at-home games of the Tigers will b; played at night, at the park. 80 7-1 SI. Louis 51 .53 G .533 signal caller last year. lTnc Lalshaw, licet half, suffered j 52;j i nn injury to his left ankle which; I .481 i nn s him on crutches and no doubt | .375 Philadelphia ........ 53 100 .34!) from last and Uo substitutes year's varsils. The big battle will be In the buckfield There nre sc\cn left ^h'altbacks to fill Chuck Cheshire 1 shoe? cheshlie was the spar plug of the array that Bit Spauldlng sent to the wars In 1935. .Stanford,." conference or ;'co-champion 'for Ihe last three campaigns, and Southern Califoi nln have more or les-s imknowi teams ' ' : Stanford lost: its . entire . fir; siring by graduation Bill Paul man and Jlmms CofTIs are hold over backs, but Paulman's chances of placing this season nre only slightly better lhan yours This h a terrific blow Mnny of -.pur plays were built around Paulman He was our best kicker. *A chloped ankle bone will Uep Paulrnan:ln the hospllnl'for some time The tissues and ligaments In the ankle nre badly messed up An injured right leg put Coltis on the sidelines a week before our opener with SanU Clara. Stanford appears strong defen- si\ely, but offensively we probably suffer In comparison with last j ear's team We lack break-tinny speed ;..ln the : backfield. The Hue : ,vHl be as heavy' as the one of a year ago We will not be able to pass any kind ; of V judgment until .at Jeast another »game is out of the wny. Our skirmish ~with Washington State at Pullman, Oct 3, should i, give us some Idea of what lo e\- pect. •• " • Sophomorrs Brace Trojans Southern California has more potential manpower than any oth- - e*~, aggregation In the conference. Most of v it Is untried, however. It .will Hake, another game to bring this material out hi the open Howard." Jones faced a difficult task in finding the right combination ; "The i.Trojans Journey to Cham- palpi for a return engagement with Illinois, Oct 10 This early . season trip < is bound to relard .'somewhat, the club's development. , Loring to the Illlni would have a tendency to react upon Ihe morale of- th* youit£?r^membcrs of' the cerned. Advanced reports are lo the effect that,, the Vandals nre not as well- fixed In material as Lhelr neighbors.. By Harry Grayson Ted Banks seems lo believe that Idaho will be much stronger than Inst year, however. He has nn idea lhat "seveial of his linemen will stand out to a greater extent ihnn they did last season. He has more reserve strength. Early practice brings out Ihe facl Ihat Idaho Is able lo play a wide open game. The offense will be versatile. The backdeld Is speedy nnd tricky. There Is plenty of coinpclillQn tor nil hands. NEW YORK.—Looking'down the barrel at Ihc Yankee hllters wllh the Giant pitchers. \ Frank Craseltl, .280. A rlglil- liaudetl hitler who hits a loug bal to Icft-or left-center, nils to rlgh't only.when hs swings late, whlcV Isn't often. High ball hitler. Keei it down, ..'Red Rollc, .308. A strong left handed hitler who Is more dan serous since he sturlcd lo 'smack home runs, lllls lo rlghl or right cenlcr. lav ball hitler. Keep it \i| Joe DIMaggio, .327. Rlglil-htindci hitler! with a perfect slrpke. nil everything—anywhere. No matte Vhllcliriul Unorlhuilov Mel oil, .326. One of the b:.s.l md timeliest toft-handed hitters n the game. Hung up National League record Ibis year by driving n 100 or more runs for the eighth •onseculivc campaign. Tops senior Ireiii! In, home runs. Jimmy Ripple, .309. An Inspired oft-hnuded hitler. Hank Lelbcr, ,2113. Powerful •ighl-liandcd hitler geared for dis- nnce. Always potential home run Ihrcat, but has ycl. lo establish < wndability. Bill Terry, .312. Magnificent left- handed hlllcr. Travis Jnckson, .235. A fading but still formidable ilghl-haudei hitler who rise's lo the occasion. A fast ball hlllcr.'' Oils Mnncuso, .301. A rlghl- hnnded. .hllter almost ns slow a! the blimp-like shanty iiogaii, mi he tags Ihc bnll for keei>s cverj now nnd then mid Is particularly adept at ' bunting n j base-runnei along. Prefers smoke. Burgess Whltchcad, .211. Ralhc frail, but j a pitcher's nlghtmar due lo Ills being mi imorthodo: right-handed swinger. Not n gooc hllter, but one hard to locate a weakness on, as he everlastingly shifting up at tlie plalc and'nl ways swinging, whether it is o lib ear or gaining Ihc ball. No a consistent hllter. but lias many big days, wilh three or four nils. Cofnlng forced Blytheville lo kick rmly.piice but the boot traveled only twqnl'y-scvcn yards, which isn't good citlier. Russell Moslcy has liciin having trouble gelling ofThls kicks, and' LeRoy "Broncho" Brown Is erratic. The Chicks were .slow In gelling down under punts, and their tackling was poor at limes. There were many fine features, The outstanding psrrornmnce w - as Ihc wall-like defense of the line, oplns's line attack netted but 12 irds gained, and seven lost, or a ct five, That's not bad at all. •aplain Byron "Ripper" Walker, id,-James "Bab" Roberts shown rightly in blocking nnd tackling uissell Moslcy completed six ol hie passes for 105 yards with Rob- •ls. Homer Besnarse and Dal Varringlon doing fine jota of re- elving. Wnlkcr kicked oir well veraglng 45 yards in 11 tries. Mossy. Brown, Robert Scblt and Ma> lutchliis carried the bnll well, llut- hlns' sixty-five yard toucndowi unit was a'classic. The only lough eiiliirc was it was called buck and fifteen yard, penalty inflicted Lloyd "Tonr" Wise was adjudged inilly of using his. hands on of- ensc. incidentally, 70 yards in :cnnltics doesn't speak so well for he Lnsliemen, Only two were for ollsides. The Chicks arc in good physical condition but need some polish'. II quite likely Hint "full steam nluMirt" will he Ihc program during .hp next few days, as much must be done before Joncsboro comes, October 0. SoulIiPi-n I,c:iguc Playoff nirinlngham 3,-' New Orleans ^nine-inning lie, darkness). Appeavancc' of Canadian On Mat Promises Lively Time out for the season. Lalshaw showed excellent promise this year. Gnilher was handicapped beenuse of malaria,* nnd Murphy was bitten by a spider, the wound becoming Infected. Although nbout 30 are. out. com- iwlilipn has about unraveled the first string, which selected from the following: "Cap" Galllan and Bennett Cook, ends; Oalthcr, Paul' Ross, Kent Mayes and Bob Mick nt tackles;-Irish" ROSS, Henry Laflciiy, Chester steplian nnd Mer-. vln Hickerson at guards; Bill Ross] at ceiiler; and -Murphy, Harold Creech, W. S. Fowler. Bob .Latterly nnd Kcrsclicl Hickerson, back- neld. The k'am Ihis year is incxperl- JACK JACKSON By J. T. FIUEND One of the b?st balanced wrestling cards ever assembled by Chir- ence Holdsr, American IjO^ion promoter, awaits.the fans louight- at Ihe Legion Hut OIH?II air arena. ' Ole Olson, the American from St. Paul, Minn, who helped usher In the return of the mat game recently but who has been absent from the local ring for more i than Ihrec months returns to meet the Canadian Wildcat, Roy Welch, in one scclion of the double slur, bill, and which is expected to pro-' vide nmple fireworks and keen [ wrestling skill. Both are experienced in all phases of ihe spavl. Olio Von Ludwig,' of Germany, said to be n protege of the famous Teuton mat nrtist. Hackcnschinidl. makes his bow ngninst Donald Mc- Naughl, the Scotch Adonis, nn exponent of l^ic Strangler Lewis licadlock. Ludwig conies from wrestling stock. His family before him were followers of Ihe game, and gained much prominence and fame by tlielr ring exploits. He has several brothers in the business now. Belli malchcs will have a 00 miu- uic time limit, with two best falls Sun-worshipping pagans used (lie I out of three. : Christmas tree in festivities to eel- Two boxing exhibitions will open ebralc the winter solstice long be- the show, the first .starling,at R fore Christians used it. I p.m. Bffnre Ymi -liny Any Outlionrd - See Ihe NEPTUNE 2 H. r. Single Cyl. .(Oilier Sizes lo 10 II. P.) HURRARD TIRE & •BATTERY CO. Arislocials of M 1'icKc Colored Orchestra Now Phiyinjj ii( Ihe SILVER MOON NITE CLUB Will broiidcnst c v c v \ Friday from 2 in '3 V iil. over Station KHTiM Joncshoro. BEAN PICKERS WANTED $ If 0011^, F Hundred •'."<"• "" •'.*' : ree Rifles-Trucks Leave Canning Factory 6:30 ion laps (IT Capture Second Straight Tournament With Missouri Golf Team Blytheville golfers Invaded Hay- II, Mo.. Sunday to defeat the MUsourhuis over ftieir home course In nn Inter-club lourney. The score wns 22 lo 13. Gene Dill. Blylhevllle pro. paced the field with n 67, while Jiggs : Miles of Hnytt and John F. Lcnli of Blytheville were b?st among Ihe rimon pures wilh 15's. Cecil Shane, B. A. Lynch and Bill Pollard of Ihc Blytheville club turned in tS's. Player Out In Tl. H. I?. Jiggs Miles 37 38 15 2 Bill Pollard 31 39 v , Sophomores nude, the veterans] look quite bad In early season i seriinm»ge. uhlch indicates the type of material., , t The Trojans were weak at several spots to' the line last jear, '^but 1 from'' early' indications Ihey nm have ample speed and weight % In" this department My reports -art that they 'are at least ^three d«p In the line. Of course this 'die* not mean that all of the 'boys have the same ability. Qoarterfaack .Dave Davis appar- S. E. Berry B. A. Lynch Dewey Miles John Lcnll Bush Ethrldgc H. Halucs LeRoy Whltncr B. Morse John Sawyer F. England. Jesse M. Miles C. Shane Wm. Crysler U. S. Branson G. S. Wright W. T. Bamett W. J. Peck Cecil Branson Sharon Pale C. A. Cunningham L. Thompson Gene Dill Totals 76 85 70 8fi 75 47 40 46 46 42 39 38 40 42 40 47 37 39 -, -;. — o 86 2 as 78 3 82 87 0 76 45 42 41 39 55 41 43 49 45 34 87 85 82 99 83 97 95' 89' 67 13 22 Read Courier News Want Ads. Mississippi County Fair Blytheville, Ark. 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