The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1939 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 18, 1939
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PAGE EiGjrr BLYTHKVTLLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS Mosley's Recovery To Bolster Chicks For Game With Wildcats H.V .1. P. FRIBN1) Hopes for a victory over the North LilUc Rock Wild- f.ils KrJdny night brightened yc.sloi'driy when' Dm BlyUic- ville ChickasawR snapped through one of Uio best scrimmages held this season. \Vilh tlie redoitblnble touchdown*-twins, Sonny 'Uoyil. ami Norman "Monk". Mosley, sotting (he paec the. first, string ripped Hie reserves to shreds with repealed bursts of speed aitd iiowrr that must have hroueht,. satisfaction to Coaches .10" Diltly and Mitchell Best ,ifonk appeared almost completely recovered from his leg ailment. (licit put him on the shelf .for CpsLsJPlcnly To Be WcJJ-Drcsscd Gridder three weeks, lie was (lie same hard running, slashing youngster of old and Is certain (p help: the Maroon and While cause against the'; Wildcats. Big Clilff Uildy did «' bit of ex- i;eilmentln!f with his othc-r buck- field in Die fold an:l his turned out real wo). After ivoi-k- iiij; with Hugh "Tex" : H.ubei'l, Willi.f Ford, Ljoyil and Gene Hood in . the brickfield, the tribal leader Inserted Monk at left halfback Instead of Harberl. .Then a little later. Ford was moved up lo blocking back. Sonny to fullback and Hugh to right. All combinations wotked effectively. In fact so well thai all -mav be used for relief purposes Attack :•. on the goal line came in for uutch ftllcnUoir during the woikoiit, something Ihe tribal ai- Today's Sport Parade !!}• IIKN'RV M NEW YORK, Oct. 18. (UP)— H what the clout: snyi; Is true (and experience has (aught mo never to dispute anything that has two gold hands) then Challcdon looks like n mistily good thing In the I'imlies Special at (lie first day o/ next month. This big Maryland-bred colt, who outlasted Johnstown (o establish himself as die best three-year-; Id In the country,' figures to lake Kayak If, Cravat, and Isolator in the rare that carries a $10,000 purse niul llic pleasing (Hie, Horse of the, 'Hie Special ttlll Iw run over (he same distance that Seablscult and War Admiral travelled in the first Special n year ago, a mile and 3-lfillis. This route flls Chnlledrn jusl nx perfectly as 100 yards rtoos >\UI tvUUL, TnmiUUllUU LI 117 tl LUtlL Ul- 1 n r. r\ ' II trtck bus been sli? of (or several £^ °J™«- « »"S.^"?, «'""! seasons. In several seasons. In several games Ihe Chicks have lost Ctiiuilnglimn. and five miles did Nurml. .touchdowns by poor selection ' o! ' Challedon won the Prcakness, LUUL I 1\IU\1 11,1 UV UUU1 i)W*:HiU[L VI ,. . , t • • 11 t I plays ami Coach Dmly is. selling >>s biggest individual racc , nUlml Hbctil to remedy this fiuiH. ancclnl < llsln ™«. "ml only Inst week nt instruction as to Ihc best scoring Kcenelaml he binned through a plavs was given tlie signal callers ml)e " 1K| 3-lBHis in 1:54 3-5. And and then lo prove the point these ll!)l -MMM was «o:a cnniieh to lot- several effective plays were re-1 w»-n«»s of n second off (lie old hearsed against, the reserves mid j " 1nl ' k established by Discovery. • j CliRlIcdon packed for v,lih gratifying results. Today's program calls other look at North .Little CliRlIcdon piickc<l 120 p:Uiuls tit nn . ' Keenelinul, one more thnn Dls- Rock c °very had up when he set his plays, pa's defense, work on going down on punts, signal practice and likely more dummy. ~ '.. . attack. 1 ; on the NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 18. fSpecial)—With his' plunging'full? iMck.-peorge Stln«m back In condition, Coach Bob Cownn believes 1 - his hard luck North Little Reck Wildcats will click against the big Blytheville Chicks on the North Side Friday night. Beth teams have' dropped two confernicii names. North Little Rock dropped close, decisions to Russell vrlle and 1£1 Dorado nnd Blylhtvlllc was beaten by -Pine Bluff and Liltle Rock'. North Little . Rock's line : of 1:55, niid exactly Ihc same weight he Hill be asked lo carry in the Special. Speaking of wclglils, sometimes Ihe assignment cf them (o rncc horses doesn't seem to make much sense. Take tlie Special's weights, for example. Insofar ns miyone knows, Challcdon Is the best rj the horses In the field. Bill bccnnsc he is a thrcc-yenr-old he will get off wli.ii 120 pound.';, nnd Die others will have lo pick up 120. They're elder and. Ihercforc are assumed lo have slouler ieg.s, bigger lungs, stronger backs, a'ntl more Killing spirits. The fact thai llicy may not be ns fast Is nol taken into con. sidornlkii.i also ciiiilledou's chief opposition at vill be nl full strength, Linemen j pimlico (a track he Is very'fond of S. W. Goeker and James Skinner | incidentally) Is likely to come from Jm\e recovered from -recent ill-,Kayak II. True, the South American nesses. Art Hayes ji'lio suffered a I ncc wns i, cnlc)1 nll(1 broken hand at El Dorado play. A special cast is being made for" the hand..'" • .-•;• . " : •Cowan said' his Wildcats '. may be out of the running • for the conference championship: but fell (hat thr North aiders would be (he "giant killers" of (he league before (lie end of (he-season.,'. -.-;• A train '-operating between Moscow and Tiflis, -u 7fi-hoiir journey, has nuilrs. -telephones, a library, and a special car lor "culture and rest" ns lUtincI ions. - The south magnetic pole «'ns determined most accurately In 1303,-, by" LJettteimnt Sliackleton. at nb-'iit 73 degree. 1 ; south latitude and 150 degrees cast longitude. The American gnnized- in 1919. Legion was or- ChnUodon in the badly, by NarragauselL Special, .but it isn't likely thai Kayak the Twice was nt .his best for thnt race. 11 was his first appearance hi the East after a long Irip from California, niul he wasn't Thoroughly settled. Lcl no one tell yon (hat Kayak II can't rim.'I saw him win the $100,000 hnndlcnp nl Santa Anita early In Hie year, ami in that race nnO several others he looked unbeatable. Blessed with plenty of early fcolhe stayed with Ihe sprinters from the start, and nl Hie finish his abundant slnmhin found him going awny. Cravat looked good on liic c.'.asl, loo, especially in winning the $2.S.QOC San Junn Cnpistrntto handicap. But that fnncily nnmert stnke was at n mile and n half, niul that is the . distance Cravat likes, because he is I a slew starter who really doesn't I begin lo run until he has warmed I up lor n mile. Yet,- according lo Alfred Viuulcrblll, head of Pimlico and sponsor ;Hho Special. Cravat's owner. Townseml Martin, said the mile nnd 3-ICllt i-oule suited him perfectly. Isolnter will be Ihc outsider in the race, both'In Ihe bellinj and breeding. He was f.'.alcd in Ireland on the farm of Boyd-Rocholorl. Ens- land's best known trainer nnd (he man who handles William Woodward's Kreigu slablc. Isolator \vas supposed to have confined his racing to English tracks, but when the English placed n tremendous tax on Irish horses, owner W.:oil- ward brought him to this country. If it were not tor the rilaliou of (lie earth on its axis, the direction of (he trade winds would always bo (he same. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, MS PIT'S Mft 1 Way Up In Sky •lolin Hamait most MMmds who have SO to eo men In uniform. Travels a Short Road, Bin a Hard One Praises Jock Sutherland's Successor For Work This Season I!V HAflfl. Uniloil Press Sports Kditor NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (Ul 1 )—He MIS on the spot in the battlefields of Prance dnrliiB the World War and he was en the spot nn football fields when the season opened tills ycav. lioth times he ciinic Ihrougli. TlieUnited Press nominates for ie Kacli of the week—Charles William Bowser of Piltstmreh. Pittsburgh lost more than a, great coach when Dr. Jock Sutherland reslghecl; it lost Hie backbone of what was 'one of the «rtal college taints of the nation la'sl season. Six varsity linemen ami tliree-fourtiiK of tiic 1338 "dream backficW" were j;cne when Howscr stepped in mid took charge of football at Pittsburgh this season. lint today, to the surprise; of almost everybody, lie has an itn- bea(cn, milled (cam niul last Saturday he conquered mighty Duke, eastern representative in the Hose Bowl Inst year, by 14 to 13. Al the start of (he season there werc.skrm signals (lying at Pitt, warning those who would heed that Bowser was going lo have a pretty fair club. He took his boys lo Ihe Pacific Coast and gave Washington a 27 lo U licking. Then lie trimmed West Virginia, 20 (o 0. Football may be dc-cin- phasi-/.ed at -Pittsburgh, but you would have u hard time convincing Wnshlnglon, West Virginia and Duke of lliat. Bowser is a product of the great days of Pop Warner at Pill, He! played on Ihe varsity in 1920-2122. One of the odd things about : been brought back So:n it is estimated 50,600 horses and poi doms; duty in the Br 1IDUSK KKEEDKHS AFFECTI3D old limes the i plenty of ——~-"""*^i-j**«B~l**^..\;;j:j.Tt';>iKi'jS;Sf;vS Robbie Robinson (center, while jersey), ]„•<! lt) „„„! „„„, si: , iilel ^ t • Sh ^"l^iwT 10 utcf'th? PanH,e'r thB "" **"*"*• ** VM " tC ' ( ^« ™* Ote gjug a Joriesboro And BlylhcviHe Juniors Meet, Thursday Niglil. ;?n°«ra?,°- <£•''• f ?^^^~™ !'» PPP-K.SC mouto Byron". hVhizzer) „• White, who , announces, (Jefmite end to his professionalV.footbalJ caree r, steps from-''yy^fe law school - \vherc ,hc \is; enrolled^ While. ' v/as forced ;lo give iip Rhodes -scholarship and.return'to! United ;_Sl»teS btlause bj European vWr, Minor 'injuries hover over the J:neaboro junior high school Whirlwind UK the boy.s prepare lo go lo Blylhcvillo Thursday nlslil. The Papooses v.m be Ihp jufi! r team ,In nice Ihe Whirlwind Oils ycoiv. The juniors wore nlren<lv Imin-' pored'by Ihe loss of Doiiglns Cobb. fleet qnni-lcrbnck in the H:xle high gnme bill now faced ivith minor injuries lo sonic of the mii.itl. Velenitt Wayne Johnson who was n:t In his tackle position in the encounter with the Mustangs, has recovered from n slight cnsi- :f in'lti^nv.n which he wns suffering with and will probably bo in Ihe lineup Thursday night. Coach Bill Rnrkmnn worked llic juniors mostly on Ihfir defc-nsc in n hard scrimmage Monday af- i.crn:on as llnil is what seemed to hinder Ihcm in ihe lloxic fray. Ruckmnn is clmnglne Ihe Hue lo. give the regulars better opposition from the subs' side ol the will. Allhotigh the drills were centered (it tlie team's defense. Conch Ruckmnn is conlinunlly reviewing the juniors on llteir of tensive lac- confi-oiitod H-ith wlccthi'i his slai-l- Iiilj linr-ilp itttd (he pr. blein h :;lv- ing him no littli; (roiibli-. Hi.s Uig- (je.vt is iiuiiiiiiij his first pair of eiinrds..Coij;li James nnnmiucccl (he following will,probably tako the first fir (he rirs( klckoif: Bobby Waldcn nnd Holtind Wiirringloii, ends; Hiiffli Dozicr nnd isimcr Stone, tackles; Jack Hootl or Lloyd Bl:moyer nnd Jimmy Alien or Ifsir- old Thompson, guards: I,. E. 8tnf- ford, ci'iilor; Carl Hood, quarterback; J. T. Victory and ([mchel j halfback'.-, and Tcmmiv ' IJIIIe. fullback. Admitting his wiuad wa:^ :,t\\M mid generally iticxpriionoiNi. the I'nprosc br; chief cxpvos'i'.i liellsf i Hint Ills youngsters ivonKl make, a ' creditable slmaiug. The fm:i that | no local junior team h:ul ever: fnliicd n decision over n ,1. no ;boro j Ic.-snt wns expected to ai'cl u special Incentive for (he |>n lls to hear down. too. Tlie cl'sesi (lip home- lings ever came to wtnninn over a Junior HnrriraiK cloven was under Coach jniitc.s Ace Pin-teit when they lied. 13-13. Motorists are required to keep their cars free of mud by n city ordinance in Buenos Aires. Argentina. The export version of Hie U. S. Army's Curtiss P-36, Ihc "75.'' Is repoitcd lo be one of the best fighters in the French air !orce. Tree frogs cait change Iheir color from dark blue lo a light cue within 20 minutes. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt lUimdry and Cieaiilng Serf let With Gasoline Rationed, Wobbin Is Recruited On Home. Fronl M!y aill.TON RKONNKIi XKA Ken-ire staff ConTspomlcnt LONDON. Dot. 17.—Faithful nitl Uobbin is giclnj the horse laufih lo mttorhls in England's large cities. With Britain nt war and no motor' fuel being iiroduccd al homo, guso- line is bein-< strictly rationed. The needs of tin- llnv y. (he air remand Ihe army efflni- first. Next come tlir rKscntlnl fen-ices of civil life. And hist j( (here is any left, — come the ordinary users of (><iso- line. In hai>|)ier limes here tlia horsc- drnnn vehicle is ornsidercd a nitl- sanctj on the streets. But today him is that he established a reputation as a good football player, although he played every position except fullback and halfback. He .shifted from end to quarterback to tnckle to center lo guard wilh- out losing efficiency. Born at Ligonier, Pa., on Nov. 29, 1808, Bowser went to public schools in Ligonier and Jchns- arc po- , W as iu them to play good football nobody can force them. The principal; change lie has mndc In Pitt's style" of play is that lie uses the forward p.iss us a scoring wcaixm whereas Sutherland used it chiefly to spread the opposition defense preparatory to striking along (he ground. His coaching career' began at Grove City College in Pennsylvania as assistant to Chalky Wil- assigned to drive • He never had driven an' to the farm are [ *<',' Training for haH^n hmir Tixl i "ih.i "^hm?/ Was sent td lhc fl ' ont - Ollc cf tlic ' that about mysteries to Bowser was how to les ant uc pui, i,j s ambulance i n t 0 reverse capital, ge;,^ bllt ylhen , m onicei . came I up to inspect him, he got by vvitli- I out wrecking the machine. j lor cavalry >!c entcrwl P'tt nf'cr Hie war, nnd for trnnsp:ii '."lii this median-1 sr>cnt one - vear P ln >'ing freshman Ixed age. an nriny uses very fen- ] rcK)tbl111 al «' three en the varsity, horses. So Ihe farmer and the city shlflln § to wlmtever position iieed7._ nierchnnta nnd transport, firms will e<i a stl ' c "g Player, liave the equine market to'lliem- The price of ponies and draught, horses has almost dnibled since -.. ...^ —,„.,., districts man)' doctors, fearing (heir gasoline ra- lion may nol be ample enough lo carry Ihcm around the large territory in which they practice, are going in for the blri-lashioned rk'g cart and pony. There will also probably be a mmkc<l change in llir. practice of horse breeders, in crdinary times, rearing of race horses in Britain Is an important' one. Another is the rearing of light horses for the f:x- huling ihe wealthier classes enjoy. Horse breeders will now go in for animals tliat. lend :i more useful lite and serve a far mere useful purpose. Canadians Sec Vi S. GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont. (UP)—Canadians apparently have ad:pied a slogan of "Sec the United Stales first.." The Dominion of Canada was second in-'-lhe number of automobile tourists who visited the park this year. Mentana headed the list with' 11,110 automobile tourists. Your Drinks, Too! Contrary to fanciful """ i/omrary 10 inncm:! tali's of I To fill the qiinrterbnck hole I snakes that bleat like deer, or purr [ Huckmnn is trying Wnyiu- Davis "kc kittens, no .species Is known I TEN „ iu place_ of Richard Armstrong t: fill that" position. Armstrong is still running ns qnnrterbnck however. John Ed James. Junior c:ach. closed out the rough program for his Pttporscs and reported (hem lo be in excellent physical condition (or their first gnme of the scnson Thursday nigh! when (hey fnce Joncsbor; Junior Whirlwind. lhat can niter jnore than (lie commonly known hissing .sound. You cm use Ittt ji'i'when it's Schenlcy'j Gin- foe blinks ilut iiog "Too MAivclcul • .H^illiKiiaS2I& To The Pla.v-Ry-IMity Arcornil of Ihe Gnme ilytheville vs. Uorth Little Rock l'>idoy 8 p.m. over, a speeiiil -wire tlircct from. Ihe phyinii Reid. American Legion Arena Admission ..................... lOc Sponsored by Chickasaw Athletic Club liamson. He beciime head coach in 1924. Three years later Bowser went to Pill ns assistant conch, remaining there until 192D. In 1930 he switched to Bovvdcln College, Bnmswiek. Me., where he >ras head coach for five years. He returned to Pitt ns assistant coach in 1933 nnd remained until the spring training season of 1933. Then he resigned nnd was out of football until chosen to succeed Sutherland. Fishing, bridge nnd golf (he is getting- so lie can break 90 now) are his hobbles. He is married nnd has tivn children—William, 7, and Anne. 5. Bowser never drives his players, don't have it 1'ltotmix Air-Conditionueil PHOENIX, Ariz. (UP)-The city of Phoenix easily ranks ns Ihe "most completely air-cynditionert city in the world." Only about in per cent of the homes in the city do.not have some s:'rt of air-cooling device. Every store in the downtown district is air-conditioned. I PLACES' A 6RILL1ANT STAGE SMASH HIT GENERAL ADMISSION 50 { , GRANDSTAND 75{-50XSEATSS|fX) This Whisky Made Kentucky Whiskies- FAMOUS TT'Sno accident that EarlyTinies -*• is one of the very greatest names in Kentucky Bourbon! .. Early Times is made tA he a (nil)great whisky [o begin with: Four full years of aging have brought it 10 mellow, satisfying maturity. Yet, a modest price buys it, with all Us fine quality and long-aging.Try it! 8SOWN.FIWMIW OlStlllEM CO. IKCORPOSHED Ioim> Hit ... In KfnlKcfc>...5tW J&70 EARLY TIMES KENiUCKYSTRfllGHT BOURBOK WHISKY 90 PROOF SECOND ANNUAL WORLD'* CHAMPJOMK1P SPECIAL PERFORMANCE /, SUNDAY NIGHT OcK2Z & COMPETING FOB. a,ooo N" CASH PRIZES GENERAL ADMISSION 75 t GRANDSTAND^ 1.00 * RESfRYEDSEcIl 2} SOX SEATS 11.50 T«KltL5''* ACTION Eastern Arkansas Dai/ \ Thursday, October 19 \ BRCJWN-FOSMAN PROUCT

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