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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 1, 1936
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THURSDAY,/ OCTOBER 1, 193(5 BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK Fiy> Decoding Officials' Signs For Gricl Fans Two Harness, Two Running Races Tuesday; Time Is Good Blythevilia's first racing program, a four-day event being biased its n feature attraction of 11); Mississippi county fair, now in progress, opened yrsterilay with two harness untl two running races. Louis Maxoy, owned by II. Estes and driven by Estes, wen ths 2:12 pace. Suzanne Guy, driven by Youngblcod, won the 2:28 trot, Maximus, owned by I<. Lip: and ridden by Stulz.'won the lialf- inile and 70 yards running raco and Uncle Ml tell, owned by V. Dillon and ridden by stilts, won the tlircs- quarter mile dash. The most notable achievement, pf the races was tiic performance of lx>uis Maxey in negotiating the third and final beat of the 2:12 pace In 2 miimles, 1 seconds. It v,as tlie fastest time for such a race at the various county f^irs in several states where George Gray ol Vienna. III., official starter,'has been an official this year. The colors of C. O. smith, Bly- thevillc, were carried to victory in the 2:28 trot by Suxnnno Guy'. The horse is owned jointly by Smith and Verne Youngblcod ami was driven by the Jatter. Slutu piloted home both winners in the running races. He brought . Maximus in ahead in the opening of the t\vo running races, the half mile and 70 yards event, and then duplicated his feat in tlic second lace, astride Uncle Mitch, coming from bshiiid to take a bare l<yid in the stretch drive. Pair association officials expressed themselves as well pleased with the gale for the first day's racing, though it fell 'somewhat short of the necessary funds for race purses. Results of tlie races: 2:12 Pace—Louis Maxcy 1, R. E3- tes, owner, Estcs, driver; Eleanor Girl, 2, Hickman, owner. Scott, driver; Peter Hoyal, Montgomery, owner,' Crane, driver. Heals— (1) Eleanor Girl, 1; Peter Hoyal, 2; Viola Axtrin, s. Harris, owner, Harris, driver, 3. Time— 2:09. (2) Louis Maxey, I; Peter • Royal, 2; Eleanor Qirl. 3. Time— 2:03. (3) Louis Maxey, 1; Peter Roynl, 2; Elsanor Girl, 3 Time— 2:07. '2:28 Trot, -Susanne Guy, 1, Smith RATE CASH AND CARRY ^f ||||y;OTf 1^SUNDAY 1 MONDAY AT MAIN CUT UATK \\VfC FJijt J^^^ J)IUJ|( , A penalty of 10 yards! A groan rises from the crowds ns the home team takes n setback. How come that penalty? Five out of every 10 fans in the stands can't answer. jBut they could If they were acquainted with the signals the officials use to notify spectators and sideline olliclivls of the reasons for penalties.' The above strip interprets the various signs the officials use. tlie neighborhood of 170 pounds, with an even distribution of \\ n !glit M. Davis, lackie, 175 pounds 15 tlie heaviest man. L. Hayden, triple-tiueit artist who led the Chicks a merrj chise last year, is back for his last fling 1 at high scliool football Unjoin is J always dangerous and do's tlie ma jor portion of the kicking, punting, Ul\U au( ' carrying the ball. Unclerwtod, another fine 170-pound biCrv also Mohawks Practically Same (ioes a wt ,° r p««f"g n»a pimtin- ^, r r , ,-/ .; as well us lugging tin :ging the leatlicr. • rii rpl pi I j "3 MI.U »S '>Job E<l S tiJU ICilVJIV:!. leam .lha.l raced] Although just a onc->eii nnn E .Chickasaws in ! 935 By J. J>. FKIEND The Mohawks are on the warpath! PorUjrfield has developed sensation ally as a center. -Last year he re ceived honorable mention on the all-district team, as dirt Hayden and Unrterwood. Coaches Carney Laslic anil Jus. Ttmpletpn Will Play .-j With Caruthersyilii CARUTHERSV1LLE. Mo.. Oc 1.—..Charles Tcmplcton, sccon eacker fonneilj with Copt Gu artleau who is noi\ playing \v(th Illmp, Jias signed a contract with Houston' in the Texas League, ac- "cbrding' to ah' announcement yes- teid-i' h"i and V.J1I he fium 1 ! out next season to the Caruth- j ersyille Pilots, chainpiOTis of 10'JG of'the Nortlieast-Arkansas League. Last jen Icmpleton wis leiding hltki for the Cipc Oimdc-iu phis with nn avenge of ^71 fot the senson In 2 1 ) times he tut sifelj in all but one j ed. With practically the sams return- Puckett have .been . bolstered with a fine assort- Chickasaws the "works this week. . ment of reserves, the Piggot Mo- | All departments have been., getting hawks are going into their wnr | the perEonnl attention of the coach- dance for the Blylheville Chicka- i es, and Friday night should find aws, tomorrow night. them full of fight, and ready . io and tlcod Coach C. A. Hamilton will prob- go thsir 21st consecutive victory, ably start the same eleven that took which would give : them the best the field for the opening kickpil j winning sircak of last year. Fans who saw the 51-0 victory of the Chicks last year will recall the t va.lia.nt struggle o." the well balanced visitors. They were'in fine physical and-mental-condition, but "were handicapped by a lack of practice. It is' a different case this year. For three weeks the Indian mentor any Arkansas team. -Tlicy have played but one game—a scoreless tie with Imbod.e.n ast week—and are in fine shape. Tlie Mohawk line will average j n nd Youngblood, o\vncrs, ypung- Icod, : driver; Lady Axworthy, 1 ''2, V. Normati.-.owner, Norman, driver- Tomniie Clitiiics, 3, pirjitt, owner, Co'mp'to'rV driver. Heats—-(I) Suzanne Guy, r Toin- infc Chimes, 2; Lndy Axworthy, 3. ._, ...... „_„„ .„.„ , clllul amie—2:20. (2) Lady Axworthy 1; has been drilling and working his fauzanne Guy, 2; Tonnhie Chimes ^a«". 1^1^.. i,.,..- _i , t...i 3. Time—5:18. (3) Suzanne Guy; , 1; Lady Axworthy, 2;. Dawn of Day 3. Time—2:20' Hair Mile and 70 yards—Maximus, 1, L. Lip=, owner, stutz, jockey; Dardcn Seat, 2, Hamilton, owner, Brown, jockey; Good Time May, 3, Crovioits, owner, Brown joeke'v Time—0:55. Three-Fourths Mile Dash—Uncle Mitch, 1, P. Dillon, owner, Stulz jockey; Old Nick, 2, Dunbauld owner, Dunbauld, jockey; Thistle Par, Veach, owner, Ross, jockev Time—1:1C. TICtfSElN [high school team .In recent years. Alfred "Slick" Meredith's chances to get into .the game appear slight. The blocking back was unable to come put for practice yesterday-due !o-his bruised, hip.: Calvin ''Hickcrnul Head" Moody™'was' working in his place, and in all probability will start. A large "cistern" was part of the furnishings of well-appointed dining rooms in nth century England! Hcrcj the dishes ' were rinsed at the table. S'x-Man 'Teams Play At Lepanto Tomorrow LEPANT9, Ark. — Lepanto \*H1 witness its first six-man football gaiiic Friday afternoon, 'when the six-man learn of the ' Lcpanlo High school meets the Marion griddcrs. • The Marion teaur; is reputedly ;thc strongest team>/iii the" league; which comprises.-the teams' of Turrell, Tyronza, .Craw- 1 foixIsylUc^ Lenanto. and ^.Tar(on, but "ihcy will meet stiff competition in the localites who' 'have teen through some fast workojits under the capable tutelage of AcV disoft Dawson, Lepanto coach.' It has been cstamateri that Ihe population of England .and ^a now totals about 40,350,000. r Canitliersyille Gvidclers lo .Play Matthews Eleve.n Friday Night CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Oct. }.—The 1936 grid season for the Camlhcrsville Tigers will get underway here tomorrow (Fridav) night at 7:30 when the Tigers meet Matthews High at Legion Park. 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