The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1939 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 13, 1939
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PAGE SIX South Bend, Ind To Oppose Blytheville Here Friday Night ,- % J. !'. KitlKNl) Past ninning out (ho .strins, (lie Arkansas I%h School Conference moves, in lo ils MffR«.sl act ion program this \voek. Five loop games; an intersectional clash and four contests .involving Big 15, teams compose the menu which likely will prove nol only .'imple eiitci't.-iinment for-thc cash customers, hut profitable for the scliool cod'ors .The Blytheville Chicks, Ire.sli^. , . from their impressive 37-0 bnlter- ing or their nrcli rivals, the .lonos- lioro Golden Hurricane, commuiiil a large shnrc of Die sijolliglit with the intersection.?! same, their second of tile season: They enleilnin the .James Whitcomb Riley lilisl' school of South Bend, Intl., Friday night here at Hnley Field. Earlier in Die year Die Chicks .smothered Die Fleming (Ky.) Pirates, SI-0. .Vamed I'or J'oct Wari'ingtoii Is Sixth Among Loop Scorer;-; •• — i i; a do/en points on .two I touchdowns against die Joncsboro Golden Hiinteuie, lanky Danny WBrrinston, I5lytlicville's all-state | — right end, moved Into sixth place I aw Of Aw,' n >t\m\i. . fl.,, *..!.. ... . '. »J'»i» \^S1 /jvt^l Jllflli S cl, OD | Named for the famous Iloosler poet, Jnmes Whltccmb flttey, Ihe visitors [ire expected to offer tlie • tribe ix busy evening. • They ,iro rated one of HID strong prep tennis nol only In the. state, but In the The Dope Bucket || By J. J'. FllIEND fimoni;' the Arkiui.-ms cotifciciu-e scorers. Danny has counted five toiich- downs and added tlirce extn lioints for « total of 33 jimilnsl, r>i" If) competition. ficljert llulson, uiic-lialf of the Pine mull brciher net lends the scoring procession with 48 points, nil cctnhi<| on touchdowns. Hoi Moil Howland is prcs-ilnt; him with 44. Fortner of North Llt- (ARK.)- COURIER NEW Carthy's pllcliew (o sliamc the way lie threw tlie ball In the Yankee fit odium against New Y<rk University, He was involved in every one of Missouri's .scoring plays ,, m i a |. most single handed won the game W (o 7. He scored two touelxloms en running plays, threv; a pas.s foj , . the other touchdown and held the liall on conversions. Game of the week this Saturday —Duke vs. Norlh Carolina at Our- IMIJII, N. C. . tle Hock h third with u-lt- VERSIONS-If you Imdn't seoi the HI; theviile-Joi'.esboro <<nrne a Joueslioro Friday night and re:i< only the nccounls published In ih< two Jone.sbovo papers yon wouli have n mighty liarrt time flgm-- ini; onl llii! winner. Kxcepl for n brief nienllon of the score it wa.< mid-West, Located at thc home I Jonrsboro nil tlie way through of Notre Dame, the hot bed of good I '- iltl0 credit uml nol much more frMHMi (nn.«r. on.,.. TH~I. ,.„ metilieii \vas given to the members of the Blytheville Chicks who walloped the tar out of (he Golden one ot me greatest nnd mast col- Htirilcaiic. 37-0, nnd Hint .score orful games of the campaign and <iocsl! 't cxnggerate thc difference will draw the curtain on the local ' bcl «' C(> » the two teams. home schedule for 1939 j l Believe In Hiving credit where The biggesl conference game 0 r lCrcdit is < lllc ' whether Hie home lhe week finds the Pine Blull tram or lhc v 's»i"!? team, uml 1 is fneine Hie Little Hrpir TtP- iClm ' 1 acc to M "'c the life of me fcotball teams, Riiey High has long been recognized ns i>olenlial championship t'lmbcr. It should be one of Hie greatest and mast col- Zebras facing the Little Reck Tie-!" 1 "' 1 acc crs at Little Rock Saturday alter- ' lov ' tJlc noon. Though beaten by Fort - crs at Little Rock Saturday alter- ' lov ' tJlc Joll( '-' il J<'i'n spwls writers cntl fife ' m '° Ul!lt . Smith by a two-touchdown margin by far the better tcnm. Tlie scribes point to thc marvelous scrap and fight exhibited by tlie defending champion Little Rock outfit has Howard Hughes i,, n r. ,, , back In harness after an m.for- '" «8'|«' Hurricane. Tlml b Uimue accident that claimed part ™ c ' '' l £« l "' c «"«iM,,-l be of n finger on his right hand and i -^ - -' l ™ a> fl , 0nl tl " m n " 1 should cause the Duiiaway Dead i^" ^™ ^^.'X trouble. It is . a hitter strug- muftwinbP thn n', blurt will be the favcrlle having versa? That was expected. the Tribune, (yep, it's the same thc been victorious in eight straight guy wllo roe ,- lime l ™«« °«f ?>«»'l «'° Chicks, before ihe the chicks. It Is the smallest score they have been held lo nil year. Bobcat Vs. Panther Another game which is certain to furnish plenty of fireworks has this to say in part about the learned from reliable same: "It ivas sources and casual observation Friday night that the 'supermen' cf touchdown 'last week and should test tlie Hnmmonitei. Riissellviile. opponents of thc .Dildy Dynamiters next'week, travels .across the stale'to do battle with Forrest City In another im- The game in competitive pcrtunt skirmish". Inrnisu n study ... .„..„ t scores as the Thoroiighlireds were walloped 33-0 by North Little Rock and (he Northslders were trimmed 14-7 by Conch Wallace Bailey's huskies. After four successive defeats within thc circuit, thc Camdcn Panthers should break into the win column Friday night. They tnkc on the Pcrdycc Redbugs wiio Have yet to win a game all season, regardless of the opposition. Coach Sam Colcman's crew have played good and not-so-good bail but not quite up lo tlie. usual Cnmelon standard. Crowd At Spa Hot Springs expects n record crowd when North Little Rock invades the Spa in a conference selto. it has been several seasons since the Trojans have emerged on the loni- end against the Wildcats and they believe this is n fine chance- to break that Jinx. But dope lends to i»int (lie other way. Bcnton'and EIDcratio go out of lhe conference for opposition Coach James Ahlf takes life Benton boys to Little Rock for a crack at the Catholic High Rockets and El Dorado remains nt home to welcome thc Nashville Scranpers, one of thc non-loop tougliies. Joncsboro lias :ni open date to recover from the Chick lacing. Nothing developed from tlie games last Friday night As expected nusi. of the teams rau lrue to form. The Blythevlllc Chicks furnish, the high score in conference games when they piled np 37 points on Jonesboro after be- mg held scoreless in the first half. meting this week, Little X'and Pine Bluff had easy times The Tigers played their reserves most of the time and beat Fordyce ''0-0 Pine Bluff was not pushed" to'down Hot Springs, 20-C. Perhaps n, c biggesl surprise came in the closeness of the Clarksvilie-Fort Smith score The Grizzlies were expected to win as they pleased but were pushed lo •win. 6-0, by a fighting Panther. Hope look vengeance out on Coach O. H. (Buddy) Storey's Prescott Curley Wolves for the licking by the Chicks with a •smashing 50-7 walloping. Forrest City was pressed to beat Stuttgart, H-G. gain a 'moral victory' while being beaten by 37 points, Jonesboro lias done it. The unbelievable -stamina and gall and fight and nerve that (tie Golden GliuUntors displayed,- (lie cheer-rousing game played by (he underdogs, are worth mention just as much as the machine-like precision of the Chick offense in Ihe second half" YES, BUT IP THIS HAD HAPPENED "It was an 'if game. If Jonesboro had scored in the first quarter when it lind first down on die Blythevilic four; if Joncsboro's pass interception had counted in the third quarter on Ihe last piny before Ihe Chicks made ibeir flrs't touchdown; if the weather had been suitable for passim;; (Blylhe.- ville scored I wo touchdowns by pusses—Ed); if Hits nnd if that, not the "They play on the Joncsboro iu 1K1.1I31I (jimtLy ui llieworKS II ' 1 J '"a" .brings the Hops Bobcats and Ihe i northeast Arkansas are Clarksville Panthers - together at Dlyllicvillc Chlcknsaws.' the watermelon .metropolis. Hope has boon beaten only by Dlythe- ville, 14-6, and is a powerful ball club. Clarksvilie sliowed its 'nicl- . tic by holding Port Smitli to a lone Golden Hurricane which lost :i7-0 lo lhc chicks nl Woodland Stadium." "If It's possible for n team lo - wlch of Pitu. muff fourth wllh 3B and Mi-ore of Beiiton also lias :i'J points. The Chicks arc ninth in lhc loop standing, 1 ; wi and three defeats. loop standing,',- with two victories 'it really was sonny Uoydl Lloyd's 70-yard jaunt into dirt . . and pay Charts of tlie first and second halves might well be of Uvn entirely different games One Is n scoring spree, the other a hard fought buttle between two good teams." (First downs for the first half: Blytheville 8, Jonesboro 4; Yardage: Blytheville 111, Jonesboro CO.) Eugene Smith, Sun .sports cui- :or, -was almost ns partisan in his "After one of the most brilliant first halves In local football his- .ory, the Jonesboro Golden Hurricane finally succumbed lo the terrific pounding of the 30-pomids- jer-mnn heavier Blytheville Chicks nsl night nnd took n 37-0 lifting in thc final two periods before norc than 2,000 wildly onlliusias- ic fans. "Mom (lie time Polly Black kicked oft to Lloyd on the niytlicville six until two punts by Duncan were blocked in the Ihivd period, .lie Hurricane was thc outstanding eleven. They stopped the powerful Chicks cold and went on to move within less than six inches of the goal line just ns thc first quarter closed, Funs Co Wild "Jonesboro's rip-roaring random. 'wins a possible upset in sight, vas never scaled until the fourth quarter started, for (lie play of the diminutive Golden Gang, kev- cd lo their peak for tlie same, was thc most outstanding thing ever seen on n local gridiron . . The Gold and Black boosters tave out with a mad cheer as here seemed to Ire little doubt >ut that he (Durham) was over for a touchdown, but Referee -Jor- inn set the ball down less than lalf its IciiRlh from the coveted vns ended and the Gang's only threat Moslcy passed , might have been differ- the score ent." Editor's nole: What ho is really trying to say is If Blytheville hadn't done any . scoring and Joncsboro had they would have won thc ball same. Clever slull! But here comes more: JONESHORO "SUPERMEN" COULDN'T HOLD UP. 'Joncsboro's 'Hipcrmeir proved that thc Chicks arc not ogres iiut mere humans (haven't we heard that somewhere before?) Sonny L-Ioyd and Monk Moslcy were no balls of fire— wiUi the interference they hat! Bud Dangherly and Woody Durham would have run wild." "That's not saying that Moslcy. Lloyd and Hugh Harbcrt ale not in there when it comes to totins the pigskin— Rive them an in:h, and they'll take a mile ns witness j Mcileys 19-yard touchdown nm For Best Results In Baking—Use Shibley's Best down center to Warrington on the •wo. A host of Hurricane lacklers ill Win there, but thc umpire ulert that he was over and the Jhlcks had their first touchdown . . . That one piny, which the Hurricane thought "was stopped with Warrington never rcachintr the goal line, ruined their spirit and (hey were beaten, although they fought/ hard until thc finish.'' Dame; Downs Dai-lmoulh Ity ItAHIlY I'KBOUSON United Tress Spoils i'dilor NI5W YOttK, Nov. a—linve 1)1 band play Dixie, because thc South with four of the nation's seven mi di'fraled major teams, dominate college foclljiill today as tlie ID'! 1 season goes Into the home strcul' Icnnesscc, Tulane, Texas A -UK M. and North Carolina offer' rcc- ords ummirml by defeat nnd there can bo no doubt that they are f-ur of the strongest teams | n ' ,\,, (omilry. The other members of thc ' lucky .seven" arc Cornell, pride ol the East; Oklahoma, n rearthreit In the Midwest; nml Southern' California, wlilcli nlm.-sl has tnc Rn> Bowl sowed up in a bag Tilth- ranking, based on information from impartial person* h scdions. should bc about a s f rj |low.s: l Tennessee, 2. Texas Ag e i« J. &:nthcm Cnlifornin, 4 O kl-i- lioma, 5. Tnlaiie, (i. North Carolina. Two tennis — Notre Dame and Dartmouth-fell out of Hie race of the unbeaten last weekend The law of averages caught lip niuii a Notre Dame team that has been winning games by raz:r-thln mar- Bins, and the Irish fell before Iowa 7 to 6. Dartmouth caught an inspired Princeton team and was defeated, 0 to 1. Two good little fellows mhose schedules hardly justify including hem with the major undefeated teams, went marching a ] C ,,,, Georgetown defeated Maryland. '" to o to kee|, It., s recoit , clcan un- >- •-' -"-«-«ii >v:i.uiii l of defeat and Dnmicsnc, also un- Stn!e"'7 K ™'o fr0 '" N ° rfh Ca ''° lina There is a s^rii test nlicad for every one of the major unbeaten icains except Southern California "lilcli has an off day this Saturday Cornel must play a Dartmouth cam hat will bc smarting f rom lie defeat by Princeton; Oklahoma likes <n Missouri, a s ii ck mitf!l that proved it could run as well' ns pass;.Tennessee tackles Vnmterbiif uilaue plays Columbia. North Carolina encounters Duke and the Texas Aggies play nice. It is a month too soon to "be I •'king abcul n national champion,:' out tlie cards seemed to bo stacl-etl in favor of Texas A. and M. it lias uie easiest remaining schedule of any of the first three-Tennessee icxas A. and JI., and Soutiiern California. The Ag B ies need to get by only nice and Texas. Tcniio<sei> must defeat Vandcrbilt, Kentucky and Auburn. Soutiiern California has the steepest path of nil—Metre. Dame, Washington and UCLA Some of the highlights; Upset of the day—Purdue's 3 to 0 victory over a highly favored Northwestern team. Purdue was ki-kcd "II over the field for .fotr periods but had the staintna (o slav in there and a field goal by Toe/ay's Parade lly HENRY Sport NKW YOHK, Nov. Monday's grid-irony: .Missouri (;. a 20 to 7 13. (Of) In leading victory over — .., , . .i. vvyi y u viri N. V. U., Paul Chrixlman pitched tlie test game tlie Yankee stadium has .seen since Monte Pearson let down the ncds with two hits in the World Scries, . . . After tilts performance all the All-America pickers need to know about Glirislmaii is Ins sweater size,. . . . Iowa 1., one .state that's grateful fcr the two Thanksgivings this month . The Hnwkcye.s of that slate licked Notre Dame 7 to C and tlie citizens it runs tlie risk of no-Ins for stalling. . . . Tennessee's schedule, which ItsLs so many "breathers" that it must have been made in an cxygen tent Pitted the Volunteers against Clta- The Vols del Saturday . . . 3li men and won 34 to 0 ... e team they'll probably play In (), 0 iion-1, southern California yanked the tepid Stanford Indians' frocn their teiiee and .scalped them 33 to 0. . . . TK- of the western mlglitlcs, Texas A. and M. and Oklahoma, had more trouble than a -sissy In a reformatory before pulling out their games . . The Aggies beat S. M. u., o to 2, but a Methodist pass bounced o!t the fingertips i! a receiver in the end Mne as the game ended ... If the fellow hadn't had n manicure the day before he might have held on to the tall and topped, the un- two -helpings of every... -•-•i'.<. c ,o u* i;vcjy- (img to show their gratitude lo Nile Kinnick and Co. . ' . Speak- n« cf Kinnick, someone should (tike out a patent on him because he liny be the lone-sought perpetual notion machine . . . He has played n five straight games now without elief. . . . The best mouse-trap <ji the year vis sprung by Forrtliiim in slinking Len Eshmont on a 74-yard run nguinst hapless Indiana Judging by tlie speed with which He Indiana guard sprang forward o be trapped, Fordham imist have jailed the play with Camembert noqiieforl, Stilton, Cheddar or plain American rat cheese. some one must have forgotten to wind he watches for Michigan's so-called poiiiL-a-niiniite" team. The Wolverines have scored just * points in 120 minutes of lostn^ octball to Illinois and Minnesota. . . Minnesota's victory gave it the iltlo brown jug and Michigan thc ittle brown taste of defeat for the "ixth year In succession 3oncli Francis Schmidt of Ohio 'late, who has been called "Shut he Gates cf Mercy" Schmidt bc- ause of ills willingness to sltiugli- cr helpless teams, proved his nick- ame was wrong by beating Chicago nly 01 to 0. ... W hcn a team I Chicago by that small score | defeated, untied Aggies. . . . Oklahoma got by Kansas State, 13 to 10, as the Knusans refused lo answer lhe door even when opportunity all '"it wore out her knuckles knock's on it. . . . The Army and Navy forever— °sing . . . That's thc way they are singing the song these days . . . Navy was sullied by Columbia and Harvard outflanked the soldiers - . . Aiclhei- Satiml«y like this and some one will have (o call in the marines. . . . Tulane stayed undefeated as Us fast bucks went Annual Evenl, To Be Slag- Thursday, Hoi Paramount Interest . . ,.„ will observe Its ^ !!"< , Homcco >n | "K T h u r s il n y, MONDAY, MOVRJrBRR 1», Awoclallon, nnd business firms. /•'cllowlng the parade a banquet I will be served at lire high school f cafeteria for" nhmml, Scliool members nnd fans with J. Friend of Hlytlievllle as pi,,.-, clpal speaker and Ben F. Butler as toastmastcr. Members of the two' teams will be guests at a dance at thc Osceola community clubhouse after the game. Officials for • the game will be I >e Uildy, (Alabama) Ulytheville coach, referee; Marvin Sonk Sanderson (Arkansas Sl.ite), l.uxora coach, head linesman; James Ace Puckctt (Arkiinsas state), Sliuw- ne<? coach, umpire; and G. l). Seagraves, Osceola, timer. Joe Applelximn, . local business | man nnd sports enthusiast, is in chnrge of arrangements. el s swimming throug Crimson Tide of Alabama, and so did North Carolina ns Stirmveiss and Lalrumc took little Davidson apart t-' see why it didn't tick. . A back who probably won't make many All-Americas but should. Banks McFauden, did everything but play the piccolo in the band as Clemson pasted Wake Forest. . Utah . . . . draped lei of defeat ar.:uml the neck of Hawaii, but we can't imagine anyone fortunate enough to live in Hawaii taking u, n (, ( 0 i cam to play football. . . . Sweetbreads usually are the pancreas or thynuis of calves. program climaxed by the cl, <5." Ki) " le ' IC( ' WCCI1 ll 'c O?x:c- vhicli is expected to attract « e largest crowd in the history ol the school, u, ) 8 3g mo ,. c Olail . im old gi-ads, and fans were on hand i? -sco the Semlnolcs win a brilliant victory and this year an even B i- ei itor turnout Is the goal. A pep meeting will be held In the ingh K .i )001 jiudnori,,,,, Wed . ncsday nlshf under the direclicn cf acorge Ballouc, president of the alumni association. Queen Miss Mary Virginia sea- Brnves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs G. B. Segraves, high scliool senior president of the Booster Club and editor-in-chief or the Scmlnole low Wow, and her maids. Misses Jcsephme Prazicr, Veia Hendrix Jean chllds, Flavia Driver, Oerie Qunin, Dorothy Dyess and Emily Sue Silverblatt, will lead the parade at 4:30 Thursday, accompanied >y the 51-plece Btorrest City Band (he Reiser Band under the direction of John Keiscr, nnd thc Wilson Band, totaling 100 musicians Cars in the parade will represent tlie home rooms of the various grades, p. T. A. officers, Alumni H APPY CRO.& OUR IV! KT. FREE DELIVERY 109 W. Main-St. Theme 15 J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optometrist in BlyihevUle. Glasses Fitted Correctly REAL COFFEE — ALWAYS FRESH BUY A PKG. TODAY WRESTLING Benny Bolt vs.. Bulldog Mallory Jack Billoir vs^ Bob Sullivan AFRICAN LEGION ARENA, HIONDAY 8 P.M. Mobbc to lielp poor, Jonesboro ,£'^ atl(i n fiel( ! 8»al by Pi'^l out against thc chicks In the hi- „,„, llt " 8 " 0 ' s » u stitnte n «arte.ttack, line they should dlvldc-.ili B ' ganje u lhc B Rmc into two sections and pel lint, se'pn- Player of the day— Paul Chrisl- , rate divlsons to bc played on different days. Odors have weight. Some pitcher plants have pitchers that hold a quart. These queer formations catch Insects for fhe plant to digest. Werf Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" ' Oter Joe Isaacs' Store • FIionR 540 FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER Tirestone STANDARD TIRES u-s- ninn of Mtssonrc. nvho put Joe ifc- LAST TIMES TODAY HOUSEKEEPER'S DAUGHTER willi Joan lictincfl & Adolnlie Mcnjou News — Coinrdy Aho Slasc Sli(,\V Over a Ton of Amcrica-i * I.'nro- P>'an Musical Inslrlimctilt,. TUESDAY —PAL 2 admillril for price cf I Also selected shorts Aflcrnonns lOc lo Kvcryliotly Nig)il shows 10c ,t 20c »OTHER SIZES . ., PROPOKTIONATELY LOW ,'/ It R® XT Matinees—lOc (a Everybody XlRlit—10c ,v 20c : LAST TIM US TONIfJHT As I.on- As 1'er \\ r cck On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. -Elite Snipes, Budget Mgr.' ii & \\nlnui i>i, ollc gl(J C(i'ip"(!v TUE.-WED.-THUR SHOULD HUSBANDS WORK Witll James ,t Lucille Glc.ison Also Comedy 11:00 a.m.-- LISTEN- TO KI.CN 1X111. - , Expect a lot of excitement... expect a lot of thrills . . . when you step in nnd drive thc new Chevrolet for 1940! Chevrolet has long had the reputation of bcing/rrsf in acceleration in its price range— because it's the only low-priced car with a super-vitalized, super- silent Valvc-in-Head Engine! It has long had thc reputation of being first in hill-clhnb- infi, for tlie snine good, powerful, Valve-in-IIend reason! 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