The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1939 · Page 6
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December 7, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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-TEN Nile Kinnick 'And tk l-ii- clie Anderson Receive Big City's Plaudits NEW YORK, IX*. •;. <W'i—-Hie city. of New York, and its T.UOU.OUO inhabitants, who rarely go overboard about .infilling, ,siim>n<[er«l ' completely today to those l\v,: inUl- we'lern titans: N'ile Kinnick ami Dr. Eddie Aiidfrson. Young Kinnick was recognlzrd last night us America's outstanding football .player nt die Downl:«-n Athletic Club's annual dinner, mid today, Eddie Anderson was 'proclaimed Hie football coaeli of the ycav by the New York World- Telegram. Wimt captivated, (lie nietf.:iiali.<i was this: Both Kinnick and Anderson represent, the same university— Iowa. Never before hns one institution provided these two nn- ttonal pigskin cliampions. That's why llisy wore singing today—from (lie Battery b the Bronx—"That's where the tall corn grows." Yoim» Kinnick, Town's nee halfback who was voted America's outstanding football player by some TOO sports writers mid broadcasters, achieved his last and greatest .Uuchdcnvn last night in his speed! of acceptance for'the Helsman Memorial Trophy award at the Down- 1 town A. C. Kinnick, \vlio caught the great .Bob Peller of baseball fame in his high school Adel-Van Meter days, blasted New York's chr.cnlc ban- queleers right out of. their lethargy when he slood completely poised before the "mike" mid tiratetl his ; surprised listeners to one of the .grandest extemporaneous talks anyone ever gave off in this area. Kinnick was doubly impressive because he went in for teamwork 'from two angles. He tried to shift the honors bestowed iip:n him to (1) His Iowa leammatca whom he described as the "guttlcst" guys ever,' to piny football, and to (2) Coach Eddie Anderson, who, in his ,first year at the Icwa helm, gutdecl the Hawkeycs to one of the most successful seasons they' have enjoyed in years. Anderson, when he wos called to the mike,' made virtually the same lateral. He credited Kinnick and the team with whatever success Iowa might have had in 1939. And trial success was so great and so unexpected that Anderson was picked as the c/ach of the year in the Wcrld - Telegram's poll, which comprised the ballots of 80 college pigskin pilots. . BT.YTHEVn.LTg, '(AftK.) COURIER NEWS Last Minute Clincher With .slightly more limn a minute lo Bo, Granny Lnnsdell, Southern -Jalifornia quarterback, llred n IB-yard touchdown' pass to End John Stonebuikcr, shown grabbing the ball in the end zone, io glre the Trojans a last-ditch 9-7 victory over Washington. A teammate stands by to make sine Stonebraker doesn't drop the pigskin. Two Charles E. Wilsons High in Business World SCHENECTADY, Nr, -X.J-. CV?)~ T^o men prominent? fcv '&c"iusi- ness world have tiie same name-Claries E Wilson Wilson, vice president of General Motors is a graduate .of Cnrnegte The othpif SVllsony ^'resident tit General ^lectrle, , rjeVeV vreivt: s io colleg* He. starfert^ns. ah.office 'b'oy at lij janc!5,*bi* ijsriiect fto^rcpjnrij Oemd S\\ope 'ifi ^ovetfibcr, •" ! ' ?; TlieJ Basilisk- lizards of Central Pimerica r can run face of a 'stream America r can run erect on-the sur- l^^f-^J. IYV'! In recent laboratory "smoking bowl" tests, Prince Albert burned 86 Degrees than the average cf the 30 other of the largcst-Eclling brands tested... COOLEST of all.' "Makin's" smokers go Tor Prince Albert's RICH- BODIED TASTE, ripe goodness of belter tobaccos, "no-bile" treated. That famous P. A. "crimp cut" rolls faster, handles easier, stays pat. Try P.A, — The Dope Bucket Bf J. f. To Give Banquet For Gridders On Friday The football banrmet given annually by the Red Pepner club of he city high scho:l in honor of :hc football boys will be clven Friday night at seven o'clock in he Blue Hoom of the Hotel Noble, ' In addition \f- the 30 football wlnyers. 20 faculty members will Ire guests of the Red Pepper club which lias 25 members. Miss Lynottc Tucker, ns president of the entertaining group, will act as mistress of ceremonies, be nr07rnm will include tnlks bv TIIL> Dildy. football crneh. Mitchell :lcst. assistant coach, \V. D. Mc- Clnrkin. sunerinfendent of schools. Miss Rosa M. Hardv. nrlnclnnl of .he high school, nil! Godwin, al- cmate capttiin i:f the team, and Eugene Hood,; anotlier member of the team. Musical numbers will be given >y Miss Nannie Clark .Smith, plnn- st. and Mrs. Farmer England mid Miss Betty Jean Hill, vocalists. It Is planned to use maroon and white colors for the cola- scheme in the decorations as they are the school colors. .Miss Lima B. Wil- lielm Is sponsor it the group. Walker To Captain V. M. I. LEXINGTON, Va., Dec. 7. (UP) —Byron Y. (Ripper) Walker, 100- p'.iind tackle of Blythcvlllc, Ark., will captain the 1940 Virginia Military Institute football team, it was announced today. Walker was an all - Arkansas standout as a member of the Bly- thcvlllc high school Ch.lcka.sn.ws. He went to V. M. I. when Carney resile, former Blylhcvllle high school coach, joined the coaching stall nt the Virginia institution. ECHOES— Although t|,e Wildcats from niley Hliih School were liwi- almost three weeks ago, echoes 'tic stiJI coming from south jjent! ov r-r the cordial reception and fine treatment cf the Hoosler voimfc- .ilcr.t. Unity llaines, 'publisher of die Cornier News, received a letter from Harold P. Haenes, who | B i» tlie advertising business at. Soutl! liond, expressing appreciation 'for u favor extended him. In hi s j et . tcr Mr. Unene.s said Ills son ' (who WHS a member of the ttiley sqnadi luid tjih to say after returnliiv limne: "jjjid, if you want south t'ni hospitality, you'll find a , lt Blytlicvlllt." BJj'lhcvllle school officials nlsu received u letter from Max BuUecV Riley athletic director, wliicli said in pan: "Our team, our conches: and myself wish lo thank you fov n very ple.iKinl time. I'm sure that OHI croup of boys have a much better understanding cf what real southern hospitality means. Sorry Hint we couldn't have jjlrcn a llit'li- more competition in the game Thanks, Mr. Bullock. You we're 11 pretty swell lot yourselves! PROUD—The boys al the Ttal Ball Barber shop (exppcl n stnte- iient on Hie 1st for the plug) also had a visit from one of Uncle I Sam's city curriers who left them an Interesting epistle from Powell Stamper. For Hie benefit of sonic w!io may not have had the pleasure of enjoying his radiating personality, Powell is a native of Jonesbor'o. He played football for the Uu.'ri- canc and, naturally, is a dyed-in- the-wool Jonraboro supporter (as If all K-jrrlcnrtc alumni aren't). After graduation he wrote, spoils for cue of the papers there and later joined a nationally known insurance firm. His rise was meteoric for in a comparatively short time, tie was promoted manager of the' sales department, a position liej now holds with headquarters utj Nashville, Tcnn. He marie frequent' trips here and" has a host of friends. Written en December 1, it is as follows: "I went out yesterday mid saw a carbon copy of some of the Blythcville - Jonesboro football games ol a few years ago, and I thought of yen fellows while it.' was going on. I knew yon would like to know about it, so I am sending you under separate cover today a marked copy of the Nashville morning paper with the story cf. Herky Mosley's grand game here yesterday. "He was really the whole show —scored two touchdowns himself, one of them on an 80-yard run, and threw t\vo beautiful passes for two more toiichrtotnir, p'avrl all but a few minutes of the liame, kicked .some of the finest punts f have .SCPJI . . . and beat Hell out' ol Vanderblll. •71. was one of the finest Indl- jvidual performances j ever saw und niytliGvlllc certainly would have been proud of, this boy If they could li.ivo seen Jiliii in hi.? ) as i 8iiiiie of college football, in fact, I was proud of him myself because cf tlie good old days . . . and you know when somebody from Jonesboro gels proud of a football player from BlyUievllJe, (hat's sudipln'. "I'm sending anotlier copy of Uic paper to Tiny Glover to give to llerky's dud, bin, I liappeiied to think Tiny would probably he gone fishing or duck hunting and It might be several <!nys before you would gel to see It, so I decided to send you one, too. "I 1 . S. Hnd n nice visit with Carney Luslie when V. M. I. played here earlier'in the seascn." • » » F'ERSONAL TO DR. W. I, NEW- HOME AND THE MARKED TREE YOUNG MEN'S CIVIC ASSOCIATfON: Thanks for your kind invitation to attend the football banquet in honor of your Marked Tree Hi Indians. Every report I'vo received concerning them has been complimentary. They certainly de- .servo every honor you cnn bestow Their record of 11 victories and a binsle defeat rates them among (lie best, in the stntc. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1939 Co-Ed Is Student Hint MOSCOW, Kh. (UP) _ Irene Crane, pretty junior from Kellog? Ida., is the only co-ed nmim° the 330 engineering students at the University of Idaho. She is enrolled in the pilct training program of the Civil Aeronautics Authority Wstribnloit by UiNITBI) 1AQVUK. Wholesaler Litllo Kock. 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