The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1936 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT Bf/raiEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS: Gel andespr n ng?|Sl alo 111 ? .'"'•'" MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1936 '.Doubts of Ability Vanish • ' With 40-0 Win Over ,' Washington Slate BY-JIARRY GR.4YSON i .., 'SpoHs Kdltor, NBA Service An) lingering doubt icgarding ' the class of the lesm thai nil! ->epre«ent lhe coast in the Pasadena .Rose Bowl- on-New Year's °)}ay definitely was dispelled when • .Washington walloped Washington 'State. 40-0. .,Washington was reputed to be > one of the smoothest Noire Damc- peared team 1 ! in sears, but Hi" 1 'Hii.ikles wailed • until the -final pome of their regulai schedule 'to gel rolling Running ovci Fd Ooddard. Iho AlI-Amcnca bad' •and his Washington rotate team- males who repelled U.C.L.A., 32^V was Quite an achle\ement "•Pacific northwest football came hfick wilh Washington this season. Generally speaking, the schools of that sec I Ion ha\c taken a back if oat-to lhe California Institutions 'In:-recent years. Pacific northwest learns %on an even number of • Barnes with lhe southcineis this trip "„ It appears that Washington has on .-inexhaustible- supply of material Jimtin Phelan Intioduccd a new star against Washington State In Al Cuiver, a huge sopli- -omore fullback who -scored three 'of. his 'club's six touchdowns. '.* Washington lias backs of all Shapes and descriptions .,„, -Left-Handed Halites Handy > They start with Byron Haines jvhom Hie far west considers one 'of the hardest men In llic coun- Iry to bring down Tlic undoubledly would have turned ,In' a much more impicsslvc rec- ^rd had not a leg Injury kept this $6ung fellow on the sidelines fgdbd share o( the time. J'Phelan describes Haines as "the •iriost elusive runner lie ever has ,teen and that takes In plenty of territory Haines plays safety and hi: punt returns Jme slarled th' Pilget Sound entry on n numbei of 'its loiichdown d lives Hi weighs 177 pounds and is slocky measuring,only 5 feet 10 inches. In addlllon to his running nbll ily. Haines giveb lhe Purple am Gold the advantage of n left ' handed passer It \\ns Haines wh threw the touchdown pass against) > Minnesota, which dealt Washing-) ton Its, only defeat by edging out] te Huskies In the curtain-raiser — Elmer Logg is the best kicker on the coast and Jimmy Cain the most savage Mocker. Ed Nowogroa- ki would have been given plenty '.of. consideration as the All-Coast fullback had not a bad knee kept him out of three games And, in addition to those already named, Washington has splendid backs in; Newton, Johnston, Waskowitz, end Austin Built Around Starcevich :WashtnBlqn's line Is :built around Max Starcevich, who is being named on a good share of the All- America teams Starcevich Is On the .Outside—Looking. In ."BY DUKE" A JJlnl's-Kye View \ We really felt ns if we were "on the outside—looking- In" at Crump stadium Friday nlghl when the l£c High Generals' of Columbus, Miss., defeated the Ulylhevllle Chicks 7 to 0 for the utiollldil trl-statc'title. We were high up In the press box on tht south side of the Held on. the tlp-toj) of the stand. Then wasn't a pair of field glasses among the score or more .of press writers t-slegraph and telephone operator: and hiingci.s-on In the box, am! about UMI only way the Identity of players could be established was uy ills position they played or their chaiucttrisiics in carrying the bull or clashing with Uiclr opponents. It wouldn't liave bi!!n (mite so difficult except that the press box Is not yet entirely completed and temporary cheap glass windows arc son—If It's billed. And It should lie by this time next week." We wish we could share .Mr. Wiley's., enthusiasm alwuc prospects of a Blylhevllte-Wnc Bluir game that Wiley has been showing lately but ive can't. W. D. McCluritln, superintendent of lllylhevllle schools, says that Cine uliiff has offcrsd Blytheville i one-year contract, which is not satisfactory. Altai if lie Intended ,o suggest a twn-ycnr home-ancl- homc (here and there) contract McClurkln said'he did not lliink he would do so. Personally we'd like to see lily- thevllta anil Pine lilulf meet next ."a'll, preferably iiere of course, since the 1937 schedule calls for so many iilytluvillc games away from home, lint if there's any way to arrange for home and home games, to now In use, to be replaced later by I ivhk-h the Chicks are 'certainly en- plate glass. The defects In the surface of the glass played queer tricks every ones In awhile. " titled on their record on the field and attendance as well, we would play not one but two or three i Instance both of Sonny llruce's of the so-called "Big Ten" of Ar- punts that went out of bounds; Kansas football. around the lily'lhcvillc 0 or 7 yard '. • line appeared headed far over Hie I ""''IKS ami i.t-iu-rablilp The Jonesboro Evening Sun says; •That the Dlylhcvlllc Chicks hail as good a team if not butter, although th'cy were defeated, In the game with Columbus last night al Memphis was tile general opinion of fans Irom Jonesboro and eastern Arkansas who witnessed the game Walker of "the Chicks fumbled 'asj The Columbus learn outfought the he slopped onto the goal line lu I Chicks and Hint was the difference, goal line until suddenly drawn to the sideline ns If pulled by a string —alter all that passluly wasn't so bad because that Bruce boy really scented to be pulling strings on thai ball. ,_ : But we thought from where' we ; wcre~ siding that the hall Capt. j that "almost touchdown" drive of the Chicks hit the ground and wus caught by Bruce on the bounce, if so it apparently would'havd been a dead ball there with no run-back. along with bad breaks. But, the Sun continues: "As a matter of opinion It looks like the Chicks missed their golden opportunity to write their name a' The wide-awake Bruce evidently »>c to l> of llle lisl of Arkansas caught it on the fly when It Jump-1 n 'B n school foalball last year whei cd out of Walker's hands. : | thc >' r " lled lo P Ia 5' P1 " e Blll(T r ° l Another matter that had the press box puzzled was Hie Identity of the back who carried' the ball over for Columbus' touchdown. Columbus writers at first said It was Cox and Cox was given credit for the touchdown In telegraphic accounts direct to Columbus. Thsti it developed that Co.\ apparently wasn't even on the' Held at the time and Anally a runner.was dispatched to the Columbus bench to verity the suspicion that it was Louis Campbell, third string quarterback. Aiul Campbell It was. And there wasn't anything but black coffee circulating in the press To the unltlatcd. a "gclandespnuig" might be a rare zoological specimen, while a slalom race might) be a contest between two gclamlc- spiungs However, thev'ic Just! teims you heai on every ski en- tliUbiast's tongue as the populai winter sport get' undei way In Canada and the United States. , In the upper picture Frank Camp-1 box, believe It or not. bell Is •. Illustrating what n gclamlespvung Is—a leap to • clear an obstruction, using tho ski poles to vault with. Tills leap generally Is two or thiec feet high and about ij feet In length Below a skier Is shown in a slalom race—he has lo have the swivel hips of n halfback lo cut In and out of a line of Hags placed on a downhill But you folks who shivered do\vu In the bleachers can remember Hint you had a much better view of the game than the writers. Pictures were taken at the gcigniory club, famous winter sport cenlei Montreal's 'apt. Walker Jnanimous Pivot Choice Byron "nipper" Walker, 198- ound senior center-fullback of re Blyhcvilte Chlckasa\yl,, lead- s'cclty chap standing" only 5 feet 10 but weighing 104 pounds He is as fast as most backlield men , Sla'rcevlcli .has able running mates in Slivmski, Mattes, ani Means: 4 . < The" Seattle outfit Is three deep ' at _ center, with Wlatrak an outstanding star The other two are M^ndala and Ericksen. \ Washington, famous for Its tack les since the days of Ed and El mer Leader and Qilmour Dobie is, well equIpDcd at those positions , again Ihls season, wllhi Markov Bond McKcnzIe,' and Woclhtng Ion !fi As a whole, coast ends were be •low. par this season, but the Hus kies aren't exactly weak at th wing posts wilh Johnson, Peter .Mnlronic. and Douglas. - jWitlv the material to work wit* -Phelan has turned out a tear with a versatile atlacfc and one o great speed. Alabama .nosed out a Washing ton team tha't- didn't care to. much about the gams, 20-19, in thriller that marked tne Tide first appearance in the Hose Bow Jan 1, 1926 -That Washlngto team and Its coach, the late Encc Bagshaw, were against making t trio lo Soulhern California ng claimants of ate high school the Arkansas championship or 1036 appeared to be a unani ious choice as cenler oil Hie var- ous all-slate higli school learn: nnotlnced over lhe week-end. Walker, rt check-up revealed, wai ilaced at center on first all-slalt earns selected ' by.'the Arkansas Sazetle,'••• the Arkansas Democrat 50th published' at Little Rock; the "•liie- Bluff Commercial .and the 'Ine Bluff Graphic, Russell Moslcy, "little brother" of' Blytheville's famous all-stale iershel Mosley of last year (now at Alabam'B) was named at quar- ..^, , ttrback on lhe Democrat's' sLiul C °^,J^.°^^ -hars'c al right end, Hutchlns nt uilf-back and Walker at fullback. looter Wildcats Split Twin Bill With Wardell COO'IER, Mo, — Tlie Cooler Wildcats divided'^ honon, with the Waidell teams' on' the local court in Iheh opening "games Filday nlghl. The Cooler girls, who foi three years have won almost ev- eiy.gauie. lost to the Warden girls 2 lo 2G. in one of Barnes ever played lhe stale championship. There Is lhe fastcs here. The Cooler boys won by a score of 139. Tlie next games will be played with lhe Sti-elc Bulldogs at Stcelu uexl Friday. nighl. New York Air Holds 40 Germs Per Foot NEW YORK (UP)—More than 40 germs may be present in a cubic foot of air in New York City, ac- :But;this Washington team, with Forrest-city, Batcsvllle ami \Val- , coach flushed with success in nut R| dge one each. Seattle after a esven-vcar wait, Ls an all-eastern Arkansas .. . . . . ^ -i -• * "M-uusLuni ftiKansas n wde m baUle '" leam Se ' CCtci! by tl>c J °»< ls >>oro Tlie opposition had best be prc- awarded foiir np lacel Ul B V artnolomew pared for an armful of trouble Steele Takes Both Games From Holland STEELE, Mo—The Steele high Bulldogs-won a double header o\er the Holland teams al the new Holland gym Friday night, the girls won by 12 points and the boys by a close score. The Holland boys ,havc been Pemlscot ^County champions for two yeare Courier News Want Ads • * Ranted To Sell §1W),000 Furniture ; Hilf \ DOWTI - <. Balance ; Next j FaH -,Buy Now Hubbard Furniture Co. t,**3fV' - "*l i j^T*y>—~^^X.- t . -T——.j.^,^— m, - , M light guard, Be- . floor and Am "Ican institute consequently strongly all-slalc learn and al the same position on the Pine Bluff Graph- 1 ic's second all-state team. O'Neill ,. Thc rc l wr t lurther pointed out Craig of Blylheville was named nt S, 8 crms generally settle O n tlic guard on the Gazette's third team,! and on the Democrat's third team. Among the Chickosaws receiving honorable mention In the various •"lections were Roberts, end; Hutchlns, back; Brown, back- and Wise, tackle. Bolton of Jonesboro received a second-learn wing post from the Gazette. Tlie Chlckasnws placed five men on the all-Northeast Arkansas learn selected for the Gazelle by Oley Sexlon of Walnut Ridge. Jonesboro placed Ihrec men and advised the rise of dlxinfectants"in cleaning waters. This amounts to getting at the botlom of tiling nn( i eliminates the possibllily of pultin« additional germs into active rtrcn"- lallon. Dust-cloths likewise should be wrung out .dry from an anllsoptic solution begore being used The practice is particularly recommended for schools where fingers repeatedly go from desk lo mouth Generous Praise for Chicks Even In losing the Chickasaws and Conch Carney Lnslle received generous praise from the press box We stlllt believe that It's the best policy to play first rate teams, even If you do lose, rather, lhau admittedly weaker opponents and Friday night's game seems to bear out this belief. Maybe you.heard criticism of lhe Chicks but we didn't—only glowing tribute for a fine ball club and a great game. Among those who watched the struggle was our contemporary. Eu-' gene Wiley of the Pine Biull Commercial. Now Wiley has been frankly rather skeptical' of the Chicks' ability on numerous occasions. But read what he says in his story about the game, lilting a paragraph: "It was a ciash of pavliaps the wo heaviest and two of the most 'cpresehlallvc elevens the twin ;tates boast. And to the edification of several thousands of Mississippi 'ans it settled the question ol the superiority of Arkansas or Mississippi high school football for 1030. To Arkansas fans who haven't yet conceded Blythcvillc's claim as No I eleven of lhe Wonder State there 1 was still soiii3 doubt as to the legitimacy of the "tri-slale" titb. but II goes without saying that, even Hie "hardshells" of Arkansas high school football who arc prone lo string along with the state's unofficial but rather clearly defined "Big Ten" were convinced Friday night that the beaten Blytheville learn was one of r;hlch any high school in the state of Arkansas no question but lhal lhe Chicks were a belter learn last season thai tliis year and In our opinion would lave been able to have downed the Zebras and their ability establish d." Jonesboro. by lhe way, according lo both lhe Sun and the Tribune sliil believes Jonesboro has a bet ter football learn lhan Blylheville Golden Hurricane - supporters b? lleve the Chicks caught Ihcir team oif stride when the Hurricane wa handed that 13 to 0 defeat earl in the season. Tliey're very anxl ous to delay the meeting until Iflt er In the season next year. Lei's I'lay Comnrjus Again It looks from Ihis corner as if every effort should bs made to schedule a game with Columbus here next season. Most of Blythe- vilie's big games are going to be away from home and \ve certainly ne.rf some good games here for the home fans. Certainly school officials can find no reason to coin- plain of attendance this season and it goes lo show that if you schedule big games you'll draw big crowds. The Chickasaws are .entitled lo ALL-AMERICA CUT-U Olson Clashes With Mo Emu in Other Progi'arii, Half of BY J. P. FRIEND Pago 'Baker, nadne, Wls., and Billy McEuln, Gladowatw, Texas, vhose fine malch lost week saved otherwise actionle.* card, arc n featured on • the weekly \vri'st'tnt! program of the American Lesion, tonight al tho indooi ircnn. but are not slated to bat- '!fi each oilier. Rex, "Tex" Nfobley, Amarillo, Texas, one of ttic most popuiai wrestlers ever to show his Vic, has been selected to oppose , and 'the American-Swede, Olcy Olson.,. St. Paul, Minn., clasli- :s with McEiiln in the double fea- ure atlraction: Bolli matches will be governed by the ninety minute time limit, 'wo best falls out of Ihrec. On the basis of past pcrform- inccs both matches should pro- •'idc action and plenty of it. The iljillty of Mobley is not questioned, and the fans have always been issurcd of a fine, clean bout when the handsome Texan is one if Ihc participants. Tex is one of he few remaining grapplcrs who idhere to the scientific phases of l he earne, and gives a fine show In doing so. Possessing a powerful 'air of legs, Mobley keeps his opponent constantly in hot water vith leg scissors, particular of the 'load type. His favorite stunt is to eap up. get his opponent's head 'Tetwecn his legs and hurl him lo 'he floor. Usually if lie is able lo vriggle free he Is-not in shape to )ut up much resistance. Baker in 'is first match last Monday night howed a-bag of tricks on McEuin, •lit likely will need all of them •gainst Mobley. He Is a hnimner- •winmodate them. Trie Chicks arc toiii» to Greenwood next fall to return Greenwood's trip.of Ihls seasn here and it would be fine if Columbus could come here next isason and Blylheville return, the. Generals' visit in 1938. Early .Maxwell of t'.ie Memphis Commercial Appeal suggested to this writer that efforts bs made-to line up an annual «ame beL'.v a r the two teams in Memphis. But we cannot see the advantage of this. At least one of the teams, probably both, will suffer one or more defeats before the last of next season and under those cumsUmces we cannot see where their meeting would draw much of a crowd at Memphis. The Memphis game should be saved for another unofficial In-stale clash— willi (he chicks hoping they'll play in . Crump stadium . for the title again some day. But at Blytheville or at Columbus the game should draw a big crowd next year, even H£ WAS A BRIGHT.. PEL LOW, Too.., another crack at the Generals and I if one of the teams, or both, has we'believe, t ha Generals will ac-'suffered a defeat or two. fo-V •''•'~?-' '" "" ^V- ., two ; . bouts, the first starling at ii lock specialist, com'oiichfe:-Va' sort.. the stage for r.ie wrestling wltli of a stomp for his victories. .•'•''•' While Olson keeps the .cash customers howling and .hurling verbal attacks because "of.:his tactics, he is a cracker-jack;'wrestler, an . • Slow Driver Fined '. SAN MATED, Cal. (UP)-Cali- acn showman, and is. liable lo Jornia^has on Us Iraffic violation pull most anything. In his lastlrecords at least one case for driv- loal match the chiropractor. Dr.jing too slowly. Henry Eversole Edward Mueller, won by default when tlie Swede attacked referee Mike MiToney after heaving Muel- drew $20 for driving at only 20 miles an hour in : the fast lane of El Camino Real instead of hump- Icr from the ring. McEuin has [ing along as most people do on shown in his 'two ''trials that lie I the fast lanes. cm cither wrestle".'or' battle and ill ; . makes little, difference (o him] The United States has 11 dealers which he does. He has shown a! in second-hand chewing gum.. knowledge of the finer points of —— ' — the art, and Is quite handy with ~—^ his dukes as well. Lon Cliancj ind Dago Baker found that out Chaney beat him but Baker fell a .victim (o his kangaroo kicks and flying tackles. local amateur boxers - will si WRESTLING Every Monday Night- 8 P. M. AMERICAN LEGION STADIUM Drs. Wert & Wert v OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Slore -WE MAKE 'KM SEE" Phone 540 Suppose YOU had to write an "ad" for the world's FINEST and FRESHEST cigarette ... wouldn't you do it something like this? might be proud." And Wiley adds nt the end ot his game account: A number of pine Bludmus were in the stands Friday niglu. This j morning they're Itching lo Ere lhe Chickasaw-Zebra struggle uexl sja- Billiards!" "Wholesome Ilccreation jModeralely Priced Blytheville Recreation Center 31G W. Jlain - Former Home of Tlrll's Pharmacy GARNER Al'l'IJn'OX MARVIN CHAITEU, Well, I certainly want to say a mouthful about that extra jacket of Cellophane. \Viili "ihese double-wrapped, Double-Mcllotv Old Golds I never get a stale or funny taste because of dryncss or (Limpness or something. Oh, Boy—just sniff that FRESH Double-Mellow Old Gold even crumbly or kind of soggy. fragrance! A fresh feels different: Not s a full, even feeling; 'V, WE ARE NOW BUYING GOVERNMENT LOAN COTTON Phone 167 or Come to See Us Applebaum Bros. Cotton Co. Bertig Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. CIGARETTES And get this! You don't luve to smoke a •whole pack of Donblc-MeU',w Old Golds to know they got that what you call double- mellow, prize crop tobacco rolled into 'cm. That means the finest aroma, flavor and taste-appeal, brother! After my experience with frctb Double-Mellow OIcl Golds I can't put a match to any other cigarette, because no other cigarcitc c.in match "Double-Mellows." (How'm I doing?) Hut smokin' is bclievin'! Suppose you try 'em for yourself! C*)lophon» tpiA Iron Ihi top . Ctllcption* oprnt tiom lh« botlom 1939, by P. L«U PRIZE CROP TOBACCOS make them DOUBLE-MELLOW 2 JACKETS, DOUBLE "CELLOPHANE," keep them FACTORY-FRESH

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