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

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six. r tllBETS Action In Tournament of Roses Tilt JLVTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS peyes Basket Will Be t|:Raised; May Eliminate (By FOKKEST C. 'PHOG 1 ALLEN) • <£>.;; Perhaps Ihc, next bit of Impoil- Vint extirpation lor the rules siir- neons ol basketball will te the ( elimination, or modlflcnltcn of the , center jump or tip-olf play. Ss-s Tlie national basketball conches fig lEsaclation has made, definite rce- ^\ oramcndations to I he Joint bfiskct- & "jail rules committee regarding l!i gf mportant feature. ^ Already high school, college urn! !#• mlverslty teams have tried oui t hese center ploy changes in regu- 'ar games "and reports coming in tj ndlcatc their enthusiasm for n * f "hange from the old rule. How* :rer, tall ratiiry and versatile b.is- ^ etballl players will nlwnys be at n :>remlum. " I predict that within one or l\vo •••tars baskets will be raked to 11 teUht ol 11 or 12 feet instead o! .0 teet—the present height. -The coaches aRreed that new 'dans should be Irled In nrordc? Jid match Ramps during the cohi- ag season and that renoris be sub- nittEd to the committee. It SUR- rated two major plans as a basis or trial. . Sntfesiion No. 1 > 1 Eljmlnatc the ccnler jump. 2 Toss n com for possession of :>all out of bounds. 3 The winner is given ball on tefenslvc end line, out of bounds, nthin nine feet of basket on either side. * Play tlien begins within five •.econds as in the present rule on iut of bounds ball. 5 On all field or foul goal baskets the official secures ball and rives it to n member of the sine cored upon, out of bounds, under .he opponents goal, or defensive ?nd line. 6 In case of double fouls 01- tcch- nical fouls it Is suggested Hi.- •^ifflclal designate the two players Ttho will-Jump for ball, at center .7 It is thought this scheme mnv aid In curbing stalling, by plvln'o the ball to the team that is scored upon. No. 2 "I Draw two circles on either side of the present center circle. J The player who Is to put tire b»ll in play stands In the circle which Is farthest from his basket >wlth his own team behind him. 3 The other team must remain Behind the other circle until referee calls ."play." 4 The player'In the circle must put the ball in play by passing [ 0 a team mate promptly after the referee gives the signal to star' play Still another suggestion retains • the Jump at center, but zones to- other four men away from center" This lost suesestion comes from men who have had much experienc- with the Drofesslonal game a! basketball. Blocking is emphasized in the professional same. TOM'S WIT AND WISDOM Choose Your Own Time to inspect the Dayton Tires we • • Rccmmeod. Rubber that resists ! .road ravircs is to be found in . Ihe tires s-e sell. Unusual ser vice under all manner of condi- . (tons is the history O f the Dayi . ,»on tires we recommend for ;; .your car. They are nunaf«- ; tared to make automobile rld- •/••• t»f an ctnixnnical pleasure. Our , I»arant«e U that they must • 'satisfy cr your money back. S gTom W. Jackson I >c | Tires-Gas-Oil Shires and Hlj Tank Mm Battling Criss, (he Michigan opponent lor 'Avt (Siren) Shires, Chicago's great man, Is s,ii<l to have been reproached before his prospective bout with Arthur and bi- fered a nominal sum to do'a benu- Mful jack-knife dh-c when Mr. Shires gave him the signal and n shove. As a result Shires lias been exiled from the practice of canll- no-A-erlUB In Michigan. It seems that Michigan wants divers to plunge Into real tanis ana not exhibit Ijy 1'nnllicrs nlier receiving a punt. the A. A. u. for not running cnousli or Tor wanting to run too much. You're bound to run intj trouble with the A. A. U. Mill* to Otorfetown Jimmy Mills, who hus oeen assistant to Knule Rockne at Notre Dame for the last four years, has [ been chosen as successor to Lou Little at Georgetown nsxt year Mills has been given a three-ycav contract. Mills never played for Notre Dame, but he can be called ft graduate of (he Roeknc system and Included In the number of coaches from Notre Dame which K growing year by year throughout the country. It's a lonj i!m» j until the 1930 football season \x- jjlns, but when you pick up the fports pages some Sunday nc.« fall, you're i;olng to read that Cieorcctown won a foothall game niid this Is to prepare you for tin news. their plunges Into the dry resin of a boxing ring. Shires shouldn't be blamed too much If such were fouml to be tin; «i£o. When a man cnn't fight he could fight ho never woulct hav« mitiirally tries to arrange, if ho lost to the Supereieat Trafton. th" Icud-spenking lootball pinyer. As it Is Shires will gradually fatle into a negligible nUrncllcn in ttic ting. He sllll remains o. ball player, however. That is the trade he ought to stick to. Barring I'ctklcwici The A. A. U. emerges from a solemn huddle and announces that Slnnlshuv I'ctkicwici hns bcsn barred from showing his speed in America because of "suspicious arriving." It seems that "Peiklewicz was not invited to come over by the A. A..U. and that his desire to compote here is mercenary In Its objective. Somebody in New York invited Stanislavc to come over and Stnnbtnw had expressed hli desire to run only in those meets In which his host had a promoting Interest. He asked that ho be entered In only two meets during January, and the A. A. 17. at once grew suspicious. On the other hand, Eino Purjs the Finn, lias been burred because he has overstayed his visit here" Tho A. A. U. believes ihat his pur- I pose in coming to America last winter has been fulfilled and it I< time for Elno to be on his way Purje Is still willing to run, anywhere, against anybody. Thus U appears that you can be barred by Beautiful new Ford bodies on display at our showroom on 5th street, in our shop Co. Authorized Ford Dealers Phone 810-811 C-O-M-I-N-G! The Sale of a Lifetime Full Details in next Tuesday's paper Manhattan Shirt Sale Starting Tomorrow Entire stock of Manhattan colored Shirts included in this sale Shirts §2.50 Shirts $1.65 r -$1.85 $3.50 and §4 Shirts $5 Shirts •'• 88.50 Shirts .65.: . $5.85 All Colors-All Sizes-All Styles, anticipate your shirt needs and lay in a supply at these low prices. Sale of Manhattan Pajamas 83.00 Pajamas $3,50 and §4 Pajamas $5.00 Pajamas $O O^ $ $ 2.25 $ 2.85 *3.65 86.00 Pajamas aiamas $12.50 Pajamas 4.65 '5.85 *8.35 Solid Colors and Fancy Patterns-All Sizes, Coat Styles or V-Neck Slipovers. Sale Ends Saturday Night, Jan, 1 1 New Mead Clothing Co.

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