The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1939 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT Chickasaws Prepare For Hard Game With North Little Rock Ily J. P. PRIEN'I) i "Full steam ahead'- were the orders issued by Hc'rul Coaeli Joe TMldy for hi.s Hlytheville Oiiieka.siiw.s as they piep for the conference tussle wild Bob Cowan's Wildcats nt Noith Little Rock Friday night. One of tlie reasons for ihls ex-* • ——. tensive program was the rejxwl of \ his' first aide, Mitchell Best, v.'ho Tj_-_-._.— ^ scoutfd the felines at E) Dorado X^ClpOOSGS last wee),-. I •*• •Don't let. that 13-B defeat Itf IKT^'ll T31"»Tr El Dorado fool you," Milch re- Will A IdV ported, "North Little Rock has if——.. , ' good ball cttra.-.'one that packs; Trt/l-|ij vl^iri f| rtO Coaeli Jolin Ed Jnnies 1 junior high Papooses '.ull g: Into action for the first (line tills .season when they meet the powerful .'lonesboi u Whirlwind.'; nt Haley Field Thursday night. Strong contenders for tho .stale junior championship this yc-nr, Die Jonesboro nt'oi'esalion has already played thm 1011311 oppnienLf, all icmns composed of .high school plaieis, and Tliurklay'.s battle here SCt will mark their llrst encounter this ' C u< BT,YTITimT,T.B (AKK)' COURIRR NEWS ES'PIGKED II. 5 They'll Pilch, Punt and Plunge in Gridiron Classics TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1.7, 1039 Grid Writer Finds Interest ing Items From Manj Fronts possibilities, is rtanseroi -nil the way and, needs to be 'watched,-It'would be fatal lo un- dfr-esllmate them." "While E! Dorado aiso lias a strong learn, It was nip nnd luck almost all Ihe way. El Dorado got a-, few timely breaks In the first half, rolled up and were Icadin two touchdowns 13-0 at the half Bui in the third and (berth q'.inr- icrs North Little Hock played them off. their'feel, rind with an'' .scrt of iui even break \vovild have scored again and gained nl least .i tie' Tre-Spason Favorites Pie-season dope favored lie North Siders and the, Chicks as the leading contenders. Some "experts" ,went so far 0.5 "to predict that both would sweep clean ev- •erythlng in front- of. them until lh€ir clash and the•.winner would go on ; to win the conference title. •But much water has rolled tinder (he: btldge since those rush predictions were pecked cut. Both have not only been beaten, but twice within the Big 15 ranks. The Dildy Dynamiters fell before line Bluff, 12-0,. and -Little Rock 1-6, while. North-Little Eock was beaten by Russellvllle, M-1, and El Dorado, 13-6. The 'Cats have won one conference victory, a 33-0 rout of.Forrest- City. They squeezed oi-t n 13-7 win against Malvcrn In Ihe opener, . BlythevilleV; three triumphs: have 'all. come sg.iiti.st myi- conference foes, Prescott, 58-0; .Fleming.(Ky.) 51-0, nnd Poragould, (H-7 Clucks in Shn|ip - Barring developments Ihls week the tribe vUl ba able to put then full strength against Cowan's crew. After two weeks' rest, Norman "Monk". Moslcy's leg has couw around In great shape and lia is expected to be as sound rs one of Uiicle . Sam's best dollars. Johnson Blackwell,' -reserve end, who held down the . bench •. with "Monk while the tribe was having a field meet against Paragould, "has also returned to the \\lgwam "Dec 1 ' bruised -"n kidney last week during scrimmage and the club physician advised to Veep him out until it cleared up The others pie free of Bailments, major and minor, and , , appeal to be larm' to eel at the Wildcats Greyhounds' second team 33 lo 0. then came back to wallop the Wynne seconds 21 t: 0. They were edged out in a scoring bailie, 2B to 20, by Ho.xic high .school lost week. , Coaches Dill Ruckmaii of the Whirlwinds and James ;f the Paps will be rivals for the first time. only a year ago Davcy O'Brien was the toast of collegiate fandom, but with the weak Philadelphia Eagles his passing has been anything but, professional this year . . . Against the Giants Sunday he had two aerials intercepted and wns thrown for 25 yards on three win UK rivals lor uic llrst time. „,,,« 7 ,, •.*••<.*. The Ulylhevllle mentor was nssls- ?> hcr ,' . s " c ' :csslve ""empts to gel lain Joncsbm-o raarh In^i. *»~r Ule bil " lo « receiver . . . the taut Jonesboro coach lost year. The Papooses, while relatively' in- „ " s , ull «overccl n new passing <pciicnccd, arc conceded a ir.-od t ."' ea A.. f! ' 0111 flie southwest In Ed- (.-.%i;i;iivun:u, luc CUllCL'HCa a K'Od )- ,,,„ .„/ — chance against (he invaders from „ , Mil l ei '' 1G5 -l lol "Kler from Hl-niulimrl cnnnt,, in «,I||A „! !!,„ Mexico State ... He com spile of the ,, " uce Cralghead county fact thnt tlie Whirlwinds have one of the state's topnotch junior teams. Dispatches (ran Jonesboro this neck indicate that one of them good for n loiiclulonn The Chicago Bear-Giants uuu^^uuiu mi.-, wuch. ntuiuuc inai ,,. f " Ruekman Is well pleased witli his ., nny kill(l ° r breuk olfense but Is shifting players in """" the forward wall in order lo bolster thc Whirlwind defense. This year the Pap:oscs represented by a somewhat heavier team than last season. Coach James can count on ti\o or three good brill carriers including J. T. Vlc- t-:ry, triple threat back, and "Little Bo" Besharse. WaUten and War- rlngton, first string ends, arc also expected lo slitne against the invaders. Dan Topping, .owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers, is ready to put je thc Cn5h on tho barrc l lie «l for """ """'"" ''" "''"' ..... '"'" ' '"'" any player he thinks might bolster Minstrel Producer Quits At 79 After 50-Years KS(v PHILADELPHIA, O. (UPI Sebastiai^ Hare, pioneer minstrel show producer, has "quit the business" after 50 years of iU-nt Sam Francis from Pittsburgh and told George Hulas of the Bears to name his own price for Sid Luck- mnn ... Talk about the old college spirit, the pros hove it all over the amateurs . . . There were three separate fist fights in that Giant-Eagle affair . . . Jim Crowley was huppy as he brought his beaten Fordham Rnms back from New Orleans . . "Tulane wns four touchdowns better 1 than cur cliil), but we were defeated only.by one," he said. "So you can see what a fighting the nee of 10. He had been singing since the The first team -scrimmaged a bit'age of 19. He made his first fip- >esterday but the second and thud pcarnnce here in 1881. strings had fun of thcii ov>n with, 'But 1 gucss.a nmn n'ns to quit an mtin camp tangle But tin) some time," he said. No 1 group \\ill get sent against — : — (he resenes in n long biiiising A British Inventor once proposed dull llns afternoon which will con- to ' elude the rough work foi the week make 12-hotu- balloon trips England to Australia. His Tlip \vill (apei off tomorrow mid plan was to ascend high in the haie n fast woikout Thursday an and wait 12 hours for the earth The Chicks will lea\e u> specnl to make half a rotation lie be""" •"""* r ' vl ..... ........... ' bits early Friday morning Keil Mouse and Wliile. Frog LOUDENV1LLE, O. (UP)*-MkS here were surpilsed when n ie->i- dent cau»ht a red mouse — \\ltn witnesses to piove the rantj Th" populace was ajtonished when, a week later,, another citizen found a,while frog—and showed it to n dozen of his friends. licved lie then would be able to land on the ether side of Ihe globe. The bark of the ginnl Sequoia tree Is not hard nnd tough, as might be expected. 11 is so soft ns lo be <niilc spongy, yet fire seems unable to-, penetrate it, while insects dislike tt as much as insect powder. • The tree's greatest enemy is man. Govermenl Doctors Ducks UV I.I'.SUE AVERY United I'ress Stall Orresjtoinlrn NEW YOHK, Oct. 17 (UP)~ Notes from n football press bo< Tlio funs nre wondering why so many tall carriers slip or sfiimblp and fall with nothing but the chalk llne.s between them and the goal posts . . . Alabama Coich Prank Thomas blames It on thfi new cleat rule which calls for cleats Ui bo at least a half hull In diameter al Uie tip . . . they won't, bile Into n bnrd field and when ,1 player tries lo out. bi<> lii-s tCKl fo right- out from under him ... Thomas attributes (he strength in the south to (he fact that passing has not, been stressed is much in lhc southwest and yet, .he acrlnl game has not been over looked for. a running attack as seems to bo the .tendency in the He believes a ' well- • . -us in n I n a&a S n h stac U U I U • M piny Wavy nt Cleveland next week, Army, at New York mid Carnegie Tech -nt'Pittsburgh before return-Ing to play Ncrflu'eslcrn and Southern California at'Notrc Daimi stadium. Michigan was so busy watching Tommy Harmon baffle Iowa's defense It forget to worry about Its -• lack of reserves. Harmon turned in J the greatest individual performance of the midWest season by scoring Cl- ri* : r\i n a " 27 Mlcni S«" points oil fair •JJini margin U} 1 Oint touchdowns and 'three conversions. Af. T [I rr i ' nie W°te. favorites for the c;li- ft! ICr lOUCndOVVn llaildy fercncc championship since late Pr,.- 1,-,'cK™™ '"ft fo»- »><"•<> a real breather nt Chicago this week. Minnesota and -Ohio Slate, two po'.w teams, stage the Big Ten's m'st important siiow at Minneapolis .Saturday. To stay in the race, Ohio State needs a victory For Irishmen By STEVE SNIDKR United rrcss Staff G'orr«|ioiK!ci]t CHICAGO, Oct. 17.—Notre Dame somehow manages (a v:ln those ._., • •iiinu^wi vj v. 111 LIIUAU »n^v;, \Jiiiu fjittVU llCvtl.S a, VlCVOl'V tough ones by the slim margin of over the improving Gophers Conch a placckick, but they g-. down in | Francis Schmidt's scarlet-i MIA !,„„!.> „..!.....,„.. ....... 'bucks turned on the third period New He completed of slx neainsl lhc game Sunday Is a .sell-out in the his slumping club He got bunch I have. Fovdham never had been beaten by a- southern team nnd never 'lost two straight, under Crowley, but Alabama and Tulane ended both records on successive Saturday . North Carolina's victory over N Y. U., kept unblemished Coach Ami Stevens' reccrd of never having beaten a- southern' team . . If Minnesota does not retain the big ten -championship, the Gophers are in a fine spot to become spoilers tackling Ohio State, Northwestern, Michigan, Iowa and Wisconsin in succession Michigan and Ohio Stale are hot favorites for conference honors nnd they meet, in the final game of the season. Rodriguez Is Beaten By Long Lcng whipped Carlos Rodriquez in two straight falls at the Legion arena last night' in what proved to be a fast and entertaining match, despite the fact not that thc big Mexican score. As a matter of fact Hodriquez appeared to have the Florldan almost out after 7.0 minutes of rough wrestling before Long rallied . and subdued his opponent with I the rolling short arm scissors. ] Carlos 'used elbows and feel to advantage in what was actually a j slugging match, but when' Long . damped his wiry legs around Rod- |)iquez' left nrm a;id started rolling the first, fall wns decided. Returning to the arena after the rest period, Long proceeded to j batter thc . I jig Mexican down in short crcler, pinning him in a scant five minutes with a body pin. Benny Bolt and Freddie Williams each won a fall' and were unable to make it decisive before he oil-hour- time limit intervened In their preliminary bout which ended in a draw. books as victories just the sume and three in a row make the-Irish Ihe Midwest's chief contender lor national football h'nors. | Michigan and Ohio stale, apparently the only two Big Ten learns measuring up to pre-season forecasts, are dcse behind, liaeh has scored two triumphs, one against a conference team, nnd may settle the championship be- l«een them in (heir liml contest of (he year Nov. 25. NUro Dame tennis have changed since Elmer Laydcn became head coach. Last season, they won eight in a row before losiii" to Soutlie-n California's H:se Bow) dinmpiojis and only twice did lliey look like n great team. The Irish were "up" against Army QDJ Minnesota, took Ihe rest, in .stride although three of the teams they defeated oitphycd them in every department but touchdown making. This season, all three opponents have been handled in conservative routine fashion. A Held goal defeated Purdue, 3 t: 0. another placement accounted for the n to H victory over Georgia Tech and last week points after touchdown kicked by L:n Zonllnn nnd Johnny Kelleher turned back Southern Methodist's lighting Mustangs, 20 to 19. A missed placekick by Jack Sanders of SMU, following "n last minute touchdown resulting from a blccktu Notre Dame punt, prevented a tie. The Irish now hit the road nnd Hovrv Seymour Hovcy Seymour. Yale halfback, will be Ihe Ells' big threat Army at New Haven, Del. 21. Jimmy Nelson. Alabama's star niflre, is tlie man Tennessee must slop at Knoxville. Millartl \vnite will play n lot of lactic for Tulane against North Caroliiu in .Ne'.v DRWE TO LEFTY'S SERVICE STATION ARK-MO STATE LINE FOR Gas and Oil NOW .MANAGED BY Walter Cox, Jr. and E. M. Murray Ihc-ir |>:wei' JD . --.. against- Northwestern Saturday, eventually winning, j:j to 0, and- .•Mlnne.sota nm-il lifihU'ii its defense to halt them .Mike Hyelenc, Purdue left halfback broke through Minnesota in thc Kiirlh period la,st week and inm- N'ortlnvestern and Wisconsin each defeated twice, once inside, (he conference, and Indiana and Illinois c'.mplete the Bio. Ten caril. Illinois hasn't the power, nor Indiana lhc defense to make much headway in the conference standings. Heavy Load Wires Frequently Needed In houses where electric cooking facilities are to be used, or where any slmllnv heavy loading may cc- cuv, care should l)e taken that the ONLY $2 60 FOR THIS Riding Comfort 1. SHOCK ABSOUHEUS-clCiin and refill w ;t|, special Fortl Shock Absorter lluicl M-lilliJ, suited to reason. Adjust for maximum riding comfort. : 2. INSl'ECT SHOCK ABSOltn- EKS for leaks and tighten unn mil sand packing nuts. 3. SPRINGE—Treat siirhi KS with sijecinl Ford lubricant M-4G28 4. 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Today's Sport Parade Ky HENRY Mcl.KMORF. «-i» nui> tn(i L tj'iji:, ttuL irJ i Notre Dame's narrow escapes nt: blame him for takinj a spci of the hands of Purdue. Georgia'work if a contract v.cre hand"d Tech and Southern Methodist him. After all, c:achin» !•= his bnsi- have put plenty of gray, hairs In ness. Elmer Uiydon's head . . . The Even Irish have totaled but 40 points to under mus ™mn:ccs. ure curious their rpponents' 33, but have won | to know where Sullierland will land by a margin of three, three ami next year. They would li(:e to kn:w If he i:; going lo a school that is on their schedule and it Use.- uro .going lo have t; play his team. It I is nice to kno.v as far in advance as possible when yon arc golnj to i meet a Sutherland coailicd ma| chine, because y.:n don't prepare for It ovnnijhl. There nre such matters lo be attended to a.s bolstering your tackles and preparing your players for the darndcst blocks Ilicy ever had put in them. K. Is also nice to have time enough to , prepare your most violent tuckers i for a deleal. becouse a . glance 1 at Sutherland's record sh.ws that he doesn't lose many games. There are many knoivin;; souls around who say that Sutherland already has been signed (or next year, and there are a fe.t even more kirwing souls who say that Sutherland has admitted as much. ! These latter say that lie v.on't tell I where for fcnr of cmlrarras^iuj thc j coach now on duly. Then' lip.ve I been many guesses as to where Sutherland will go. Rblu now the twc schools in the Irad in if.,' t'ue-s- ing arc Navy and Slaiiioi-.-).' nut tliosc arc guc-sxe. 1 ;. nothing - If he does you may safely \vag?r that before many years have passed N:rlh Bnifnlo school of Applied Desiijn will be MDng ihe daylights out of this team and that team, and be in line for a Rose Bowl or Sus.ii- Bowl 01- some kind cf n limvl bid. The £aiiMi!>c Season is here. Try .1 pspknge nf our HEELFOOT Pure Pork EatiFagc for your breakfast tcniorroiv. Call (or a pound or more from your Market. There is none b?(tr-r. Reynolds I'ackini? Compiiny Union city, Tenn. . able capacity should run to the range or other appliances, Federal Housing Administration officials advi.se. •- I iaundry-Oieaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Service NEW YORK. Oct. 17. IUP>— Breathes ^there Ihe coach sith curiosity s: dead, who never to himself hath said—1 sure do wonder where thnt Sutherland Is going next year. No. I don't think you'd find such n coach anywhere in lhc country, and ftr two reasons. In the lirsl place, a jobless Jock Sutherland is a menace to any football coach who has a job, but who Isn't d:ing a particularly brilliant piece of nork. The standard of gridiron greatness that Sutherland mtiin- Inined at Pittsburgh before that foTI^,l , f r JT w taM| shcd throughout the country ti their malcrlal won't give suthcr- T . or treatment of botulism, v-hich prevents use of wings a n d even- !( " ld « t "°«S"t °* Uo? either He tually caiues ducks to drown This picture was taken at Tui» t^k» s no ^ a P ka "»l m»n to have Calif, where 2000 birds have beer, treated, of which ««, «J±t' l r ,° 11 "? - Wlth ,°} 11 a ^ b - ™»Z • bad schorl went pure (hear! hearll is , no secret. It is known to every lnM>far ns anyone kuo.-,... i;, e c;;io:l aluimms and athletic board of con- I doct '"'' I!1H >' ;lii!> '" "-i"'"'! 1 '-Itli trol from the Atlantl: jeab.ard to!"," !3 " rftl)0 «-''ool n[ An|)!i(fd thc Pacific coast. And don't \o\i i r)c ' si « 11 think that ihe minds of alumni and the men who hire football c-aches won't turn to Sutherland and his efficiency when they see their teams missing blocks, dropping punts, stalling In mldfleld nnd generally playing poor f:olball. And rion't you think the coaches who arc not gelling the most, oul - their material won't give .suther- Dolnj by U S Biological Suncy employes are put In pens c!!>rk Gable waUhln-TVom «hc nnd released In one to three days conch across the rcom. Not that Sulhi'-rlaiKt would ever Female I'oinlev iiicknil up in Sciiiilh, Mo., belong;-; to someone in Hly- thovillc. Fov information call Ernest Ha!s8!l at the itiislli- inn PJCTL/i?e YOUR NAME ON A SMART TRUCK LIKE THIS! Here's a prcsiigc-builJing beauty that's a real arf-on- whcclx for your 6u$mcffj. hcrcs v«ry little difference between prices of llie 4 leading lowest-priced Ifucks. But what n difference in value! 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