The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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^Rockne Methods Put Punch In Hawks' Hockey WM SSSASJ&HIMESSY Mgr. Game Goe* to Two Extra Periods at Hayti T PAUt HICKELSON (A«edat<d Frtsi Sports Writtr) CHICAGO Ifi— Collegiate principles of athletic training .learned it the side of the mighty Hockne, are credited with boosting the Chi- :cago Black Hawks, usually a eel- lar team In the National Hockey league, to a place as strong contenders for the hockey championship of the United states and Canada. Tom Sbaughnessy, six-foot, 35 , year-old Chicago attorney to whom professional hockey mnnngemenl Is merely an avocation, has amazed the world of hockeydom, since lie became manager of the Black Hawks, with his success In applying the strict discipline of colle- te training rules to professional athletics. Shaughnessy, who grew up In tlie Canadian hockey country in Ontario, later became a Notre Dame footballer and played beside Knutc Rockne. "The average college athlete plays the way he does because he has been trained that way," Shaugnessy explains, "and the averge professional hockey player wljl do the same thing It given the same training." After last year's disastrous campaign Slmughncssy took over the management of the Black Hawks nt the request of Major Frederic McLaughlln, Chicago coffee magnate and owner of the club. . His first move was to purchase ' five young players, Tufty Abel, Prank TtetiUTDGDRS Tie. Prickle? Porcnplne One of the familiar inhabitants ol the woodlands is the prickly old poscupine. - Seine folks, Specially those from the big city, tear their shirts off.In an effort to get away from this harinleas animal whenever he ,s encountered along the trail .Some guides In the northwcxxts •ay the. porcupine is a common nukance and shoot him on sight There Is 'little" question but that he Is a-very stupid beast, devoid of fear, and an inveterate camp nuruder. -One, can- kick him"or club him unmercifully, yet he will return again: and 'again to forage and destroy. The i'porky". has' on Insistent craving for-salt and will gnaw anything that has the least saline flavor, anything that perspiring Hands have touched, such as on axe-handle, gunstcck, cnnoe paddle fishing rod or boat-oars and will ruin thearticle; He Is also very fond of leather and will chew up your saddle bridle gloves, belt sweat-band of your hat or any other sweaty cloth or rope. Foodstuff that are salty or greasy are never safe from him unless hung up on wire or other- pise protected. .Porcupine quills, being barbed are.hard to extract from the flesh or. clothing. When they break off they work deep Into the body and have to be cut out. 'They are poisonous, to a certain extent, and cause.severe pain. : Pew fanners or sportsmen who own dogs have not experienced the time when "Shep" clamped his Jaws over the back ot a porcupine In an-effort to crush out the life of the strange looking animal Many men and boys have sat tor hours with a pair of pinchers extracting quills from his lips, mouth and tongue of their favorite hunt- Ing dog. The lesson the dog learns is a good one In the event you re- aide in a territory where the porky Is numerous,-as he rarely bothers the ,spiny inhabitant of the outdoors after once getting" fils fill ot sharp quills. .' Dont fall for the age-worn .belief that a porcupine can "throw" .• his cjullli »ny. great dlstimce. H? jperely possesses the ability to drop" a few needles as he plods atong in his effort to escape. His quills naturally catch on the bark of trees and brush, and are sometimes accidentally picked up later . by other animals or sportsmen. Maid* Steady Growth in Germany BSRLUT «V-Golf is achlcvtn- popularity rapidly In Germany, according to O. Noikoviky, who has contributed an Interesting article on Qerman golf to the French •port* maiidne ."Le polf." ."Naturally we are always asked .the mat question," Noskovsky - wrtto, "nunely, which is the best • Cowan coone? That is a ques too to which .It It dlfflcult to reply, aince various points of view ourt .be taken Into account," . Nottetiky then award* the palm'I to the course »v. Prankfurt-on- ,M*ta M eomtpoodlnf best to the <f»VTp<KO of UK "classic modern «oJI comr" .: M Bnlin- Wannsce. which has only the one defect of lacking In length and readth, although otherwise it is >ne of the most beautiful courses i all Europe. The course ot Norderney, he overs, "is the only German golf course that corresponds to the English definition of sea side course. Only hi Norderney can German players practice In such a manner Ingram, Art Somers, Duke Dul- kouskl and Tommy Cook. His second was to establish strict rules of discipline and a training table Weight charts were brought Inanci any player showing signs of growing stale or overweight was warned During the present championship race any player who gets stalu draws a suspension. Rockne's "shock troop" method of attack Is another Shaughnessy Innovation. Tlie Black Hawk forward line Is changed at Jeast once every three minutes. There Is no "Arse team." Shaugh- ncssy starts a new line-up In every game. In addition lo playtog football, Sliaughnessy organized. Notro Dame's flrst hockey team in 1912 as to 'be equal to the matches at St. Andrews, Mulrsfteld, North Berwick, Sandwich, etc., where, aside from having to contend with ths rolling character of the ground, the wind Is an [important factor." Obcrhof, in Bavaria, offers thu best type of mountain course, it surpasses even numerous Swiss mountain courses. Noskovsky claims. .:• -^;: It is only good sense togiveGristo a trial The Scott County Mfg. Co. Miller's Supreme Every Substantial Product of Grain •BBSBBSB NOTICE TO Subscribers The Courier News is not at present represented outside of the cities of Blytheville and Osceola by a collector of subscription accounts or solicitor of subscriptions. ' ! Subscribers who receive their paper by mail are asked for the present to pay for their paper only by mail or by a personal call at our office. Please note the expiration date on the address label on your paper and if your subscription has expired remit directly to us. The rate by mail is $3 per year within 50 miles of Blytheville and §6.50 per year at a greater distance. The Blytheviile Courier News Locals Lose to before the 8t«Ie, Mo vouths « 8t«e last night, » to 10 The game was hard louirht .r'T 1 ?" h rou «hn«» u, evi- ence but the MiMourl boys nmn- aged to Mciua a commanding lead he d M and hel * H to even , Hayll X teams . double ,1' giris won from Honp.nd e, . , . a More of 39 to 3- The score at the half was 27 to 3 tag Haytl by • score of 29 to 24 •fter playing two fast extra periods. The score wu 18 to 9 in favor of Hollind at the half but. the Haytl team was not to be denied and they tied the score at 22, At the end of the first extra period the score was 23 even. Then-Holland took the lead and the game, 29 to 25. LONDON—«yrbe British national thank offering for the recovery of King Oeorge closed with 13 270,0000 contributed for hospitals. The fund started with an annoymoiis donation of 1500,000. jee the classified adr Cooler Cafers Take "'• Two From Bragf idocia COOTER, Mo.—Tiie Ccoter high basketball teams marked up a double victory on the local court Thursday n!ght at the expense of the Braggadocla basketeers. The local girls, undefeated this season, swept through the defense of the visitors to amass a total of 50 points In a one.sided game. The »*«—"••"'- girls were limited to 15 p:lntt. The visiting boys gave more competition to the local* nlthohgh the outcome of the never In doubt. score was 25 to 12. second game wu At the finish tlw C-0-M-I-N-G! Hie Sale of a Lifetime Full Details in next Tuesday's paper - Chevrolet announces THE GREATEST IN CHEVROLET HISTORY Today, Chevrolet presents the Greatest Chevrolet iri Chevrolet History—a, smoother, faster, better Six—with beautiful new bodies by Fisher. Basically, it is the same sturdy, substantial Six which won such tremendous popularity in 1929. 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