n OBJECTS Veteran Shows Why He Is :V Still Good Ball Player in Interview. Rallies After Operation ;': : ;;BOSTON, Jan 16.— A proposal b;, '-. Bill McKechnlc, lie*' manager n( , : the Boston Braves, does not meet j •i with the hearty approval of all his , employes. Manager McKechnle !n'; dleates he will station Johnny Neun. >,'a minor leaguor, at first has; lh]s i."j coming season. Nnturally Oeorjj-j t ' Slsler objects to his role of second K fiddle to a youngster. :V;-: SIsler's story is one of figures and _facts.,And maybe McKtdmle Is a y bit hasty In relegating. Georgelto •j;'a backrow bench. • '• ."I was one of 11 players In the •-•National League to Silv SOO or more -•;'. times," Sisler pointed oui. "I'll nd- L; .vl guess I've slowed up a bit but I'll ;7 rhtt I'm not a snappy sprinter anil ;; Wager that I can beat a lot of Na•'• : tlpnal Leaguers to the laj>c In -\ ':.', sprint of 100 yards or a ml!e log ;:L around the park. "•; •-. Lefty o'Doul, Lloyd Waner. ;\ Rogers Hornsby. Bill Terry, Chuck •f Klein, Babe Herman. Taylor Douy, Uul, Johnny Frederick, Slsler, Art -/ Whitney and Paul Wnner were able ;;-.. lo connect for 200 or more lilts. • :".;. "Maybe my speed Isn't what I ji- used to be." continued Stslcr. "How'•'.'• ever, I stole six bases last season. :?•-•.. And Hornsby stole two. O'Doul two, ;i; Bottomley three, Hack Wilson •;' three and Klein five. I guess I'm ;-.;• hot so slow after all. /-"•..National League averages revenl :'.:' that Slsler batted .32'j nnd rcgis- •-•_: tered 111 assists, one less than Don ~'t- Hurst, who hnd more assists tlwu •;.,.iny oilier National- League llrst '•'•' baseman. And Sisler lamenls in •.'.-.' the words of the old fighter: ';.-*. : "What does a guy have to do to 'ft-. please the natives hi this town?" .;'.= George was asked to name thi ;_>' >one play In his remarkable baseball t •'• .career that stood out ahead of all :':• i others. And typical of this fine fel- ,'.-. low, he pictured himself oslhsgoat !:'.'' instead of the hero of his most !.';. thrilling moment. He was n mem- S*' her of the SI. Louis Browns tlisn •:'• and champion batter 01 the Ainer- V . 'lean League. '-; "Tobin was on third, Foster on ?'•'. .first, one was out. Bob Sliawko>! •V: was the pitcher and I was the bat- iv.v ter," Sisler began. "It was a bcau- ::f.7*iiful spot for a hit but, instead of '.'' • connecting safely, I hit into a -;•.' . double play. The final score was •>;\ a to 1 for the Yankees, who won ;!*••• Vtx pennant from the Browns by '--if the margin of that one game in i ;<••••. -the final series of the campaign. • Cardwell Teams Split : With Monette Cagers ; : CARDWELL, Mo.— On Tuesday iv evening the Cardwell High school • '..-, '. boys basketball team was defealeJ ; .by the Monette. High school boy.- L; .by a score of 33-19. I On the same evenlnz the Oqrd- if ell.. "Puzzlers," an independent team, met and defeated the Monette Independents by a score ol 14-8. Both games were played in Uio Monette High school gym. High School Une-up " Buddy McDonald Meets "Dynamite" Iti Monday Bout BRUSHING UP SPORTS OHCEOLA. Ark.—Buddy McDoii-1 aid, lour.tr J'aragould gridiron Mai,I will mix nlovcs with Dynamite Dan \ Wrlt;lii of Memphis in Ihe fealiire. Lout of M;«day night's flslic cmd litre. Hub are mlddlcwclghts nnd arc ri'inilcd lo cany damaging seeks. In the swnl-whidurj Jack Ecnny,' 114 pounds, who was knocked ou'. week when lie gave away six . i;i..;nd'i lo Cliailc Rh:des will ny . iiiiiin iml::t; Kid Kelly n| so of th-' illuif Cny. null of these : boui-, : •Hi- :.ch::l»l?d for eight, rounds. Another tight round llghi will' if, Cfiilicr Cyclone Willlnms o(. Oscc-cla nnd Kid Portor rtlco of' hciv Crkans. 'these black boys are, rxi:cii!.:l lo put on a grudge show .-.i cording lo reports. • Thi 1 [HL-llnij c-inpSelt: the card.' « i ,-' r -- : - :r ^ ? ' ,y " * ^. * '- - - f Gene Tunney, former worltl heavywTlylu rh:i]i:plon, 1ms milled aUr n icrlons operation for a kidney ollmcnl. Tunney Is tunllncd In ; ___________ | a.- Caidwell " Herron Mks North • Stewart ' Bumon Ray Haidin -Bishop ' Whitson . Pos. - P. p. C. O. G. G. G.' F. Monette Higglns PULi Turner ' Harold Viiughi - The "Puzzlers" were composed o . Wilkins. Mickey, Hull, Klnrey. L Bahghn and Harrison. Monelte In dependents: Moore. Smith, Connon nnd Adams. Rockne Congratulates Pupil Le-fl Rutl Tom Conley of Philadelphia will (j.iptnin tliL 1 Notre Uanio ^ cli\ui cf 19110 and here iu> is .shown \ milling the congratulations ofhl.i \ fnmous gridiron teaclicr, limits i Hockne. Incidentally, the football . j bauniiet brought oul Uockne I tin 111 si time follov.hiK his sickirjsi ilurlur; llic arid Benson. Luxora Cagers Split | Pai_- With Lepa.ito Teams \ I.USOKA.—The L'jpanto Juni-. : hls;ii school boys' and Bills' basketball lc:mts divided honors on tlr i Luxorfl L-ourt, the local boys winning by n score of 'il to U and Hi' visiting girls coming oul ahead v;lti. :i lli to II lend. The games wen- close, especially fine playing belli': done by Lee and Co:nelison for tlij visiting girls and Howard for tti-j local lassies, made five goah with ;is many free throws. Richards [01 tbe nomc girls put up o good game Lynch and Young for the hum? L-oys led in scoring for the Liix- orn lads! Tlie liue-ups were ns follows: GIRLS 1 Liinorn Pos. T,;patito Hlclmrds R. P. Helliman Howard L. P. L?e, C'ruellsuu George C. Wigglnlo Wood. Fdi'cccyC. Myrtle Ravage P'mhuer, P'ceyfl.G. Mary Savage Lucas L. G. BOYS Pos. 11. F. L. F. C. II. G. L. O. Adams Lnxora Unrnelt. Cnrroll. P'kell Scon Young Scalon Lcpiinlo .lilce. Jones Edwards liobb, Join's Vnmo J'lngs I'artn Litians Will Tack!? Muleriders Friday Night JONESBORO, Ark.. Jan. 15.- WlK'ii Ihe heavy, rough nnd toLijli. Magnolia Muleriders tic into the fast Arkansas Slale Indians Friday nigtu in the opening conference baskelball lilt for l>olli Ivams, the spectators will have n chanc?' to M:C eollcgc basketball with all iu i i:nock-dowji and tlrng-oul • vnria- 1 lions. I Fiur of the Miilfriding uggrega-. lion were membeib of Iho inidjfjat-, ed Mngnoliu Ayyie state uhnmiiiuif- tlii|i fuutball team. Red Orccr. Hie 1200 pound all-slnlc football Uicklc, l-smashlng back, is forward: Cusier Is cenler; Archie Stewart. Hit lint Kuss. one of Hie grenlesl fo-otball blocki'is In (lie slute, is n guard, lionet! by scvcrela nuthorities ns mill John Hfimtu. who wa^ :ucu-. nll-stnlc gunr<l. Is captain of th; Larkclball learn, nnd n guard. Oass, 1 Cotton Wliitlock Is Asset to Oregon Aggie Teams By NK V Service CORVALLIS, Ore., Jan. 15.—The end of the present, basketball sen- son will bring lo a close the bril- II ant athletic career 'of Melvln (C-otton) Whltodc, Oregon Aggies' only varsity lellerman In three sports. Thros years at halfback and end In football and as an all-round p?rformer In traclt, and two seasons of Inler- And Nobody From Swat! George Lanlgan came to his desk in a newspaper office one day nnd round there a single item, hot oil :he wires ns we say In Fleet Street. That terse bulletin was: "The Ah-' kccnd of Swat is dead." Lnnlgmi sal down and wrote from Uiat Heal a classical bit of horseplay consoling the "Swnts who wi' UV Ahkoond bled." Since the death of the Ahkoond, things haven't been going nlon.j very well in Swat. We understand ths heavyweight elimination lour- nameiil lliere lo determine ivho should come lo the United Sliitrs intl get nil Hint grnvy wn.s a failure. There were a couple of Hril Ish heavyweights In the picture, n couple of frog woodchcpiirrs, an Alaskan or two. n big horse from the Argentine and whntnot. There was tin epidemic of fouls. wit,'.i (he result thai the Ssvalllih Roynl Boxing Commission was left at iti wits' end to designate somebody to go to America for the gravy. A Job for the League? Thai's why we have no Great fighter from Swat to take his place among what we sliall call the galaxy 'of foreign cheese leaping mound the ring In this country today. Eventually something will "have to be done about it. Ncl only Swat not reprcMiHcd, but there i> no accredited candidate from Bes- 1s ft Gnwko?) of tho southern plains. We have from Norway Otto Von Pornt, whose great, great grandfather's great grandfather fenced right in front of Guslavus Adolphus II mid got away wilh it. oo. Olto ought to be a Jencci, lira, R; you mny hnvc observed In ids affair with Hie Basque wcodclmpp;:!-. We have them all— Norwegian. Basque, Italian. German. Argentiu- ion, Lithuanian, • Brlishcr. there Is nobody from S\v:it. kingdom for a Suatlerl But Our Huiuber Comes "Back lo Lead Army Gruklers ns Dropped frcm the rolls cadet once and mw captain the West Point football team ""n 15 the peculiar recrrd h n r I o s To Conti'iiue Erskine Award to Grid Champs NEW YORK.—Continuation of the Albert Russell Erskine awar. to (Vic coach of the nation:)! football championship learn ol 1930 i^ announced by W. O. MtGc chairman of llic- committee. "Public sntlslaction with has so long been badly needed—ai nulhorllallve mcthcd of selcctiu the championship football team—: so general that it virtually compels renewing tt'.e award in 19M." sale Mr. McGeehan. "Fans will notice this ycav for the first, timo. the absence of Ihc usual argument and hr.gtiling over which team wi'.s really the best in the country.. 1 believe lhal Is due lo the fact that our national jury of 250 sports editors is obviously a final authority." The 1929 award of the silver trophy will bs made lo the Metre D.ime team late in February. Presentation of the Sludcbakcr car to Kimlc Rockne will bi? m.itlc pcr- 1111) YOU KNOW THAT- LED Loinski thinks Maxc;' Hcsenbloom's style ol lighting is foul. . . In their recent bcul, (ieciarcs Leo, Maxey slapjicu. eulfeil r.nd heeled him with 111? open hand. . . Rosenblosm rices nearly all his flghliug witli his tloves partly open. . . "Kcs- enbloom never will b^ licked as long as hs gels away witf that kind of stuff," says Lee. . . . Ami Totn McArllc ra M:ixu'y as the leading ' llglit- h-jKvywelght In the \vorli. the S'joua-SlaUvry afTnlr nt lluf- fnlo iiDtwithslanilnig. . . Gcorg: Godfrey met Prlmo Carnern recently. In . a.- social- .way. rSays Gav;ge. "I done took a nalr ol Ins Hghthi' slices. I'm prci^y big-footed mahself, wear No. 13 or 14. But I take tills man's •slices nnd puts 'em on mail fert. T laces 'cm real tight, ther 1 kicks mail foot nnd throws 'eu right oil: Man, dey's feel, dc> Is. Mine :irc jus' li'l kitten"; piuvs." . . . Mack Garner woi $232,515 in purses last scasoi I lending the list. ; • hns succeeded in gnining at th3 expiration of Ihc lime limit, the referee will award Hie decision. wr^n ^ ]:t.a-> ririiiig Hie [rini CLIENT: That's ensy. .lust tell her I'm going to be acquitted.— Answers. Wisconsin Aee !f lliere is ;M advantage in having an unpronounceable name. ther. Ted Chmtelewski ci Wisconsin has imule me most, of it as far as bas- V.atball is cun- ccviie ± The play of Hie Bad- [rer gnr.id was :i revelation lust season am\ the diminu live Dr. Waiter t •• Mean\v e. 11, Crimson mentor, is counting on Ted ac a star performer ns;aln this v,-inter. Meanwel! is kno\vn for In-- Cbtciuckwski fasl-moviii'i pass nd pivot system nnd in Chiii:™'.. - j ski lie has u lad as clever as they come. The liltle doctor classes hin: with Ihe besl guards he ever developed nt Iho Badger school. In The 1'rcliate Courl for The Chiclcisawba Dislrirt of Misslssiii])! C'nunty, Arkansas. In the Mailer of the Estate of Jewel Bllck, Minor, Cora Bljck, Guardian. NOTICE OP APPLICATION TO SELL LANDS rrinOToiislranr? Notice is hereby given that ns Guardian of the estate of Jev.rl Blick. Minor.! will on the 25th day of January. 1930, apply to the Pro- bale Courl ol Mississippi County, Arkansas, for authority to sell thi- Shikat and, Sauer In THAT'LL BRING TEAKS u . i T •« LAWYER: To help me to go; you match I0nite|ac(]unmled, yair wife will have to following described lands belonging to said estate, Iccalcd in Ihe ChLk- asawta TJistrict of Mississipiii Cunn- ly, Arkansas, to-\vit: • Lots 8 and 9 cf Block 2; the West 9 feet of Lot 7; Ihe Ncrlh • 77 feet of Blocl; 10. all in thr Ueckmtm Addition] to the Town of Rlytlieville, Arknn^s. Said sale is mude for the purots fo paying the debts of said estate and for the further purpose of surv port, maintenance and education e the raid Jewel niick, Minor. This, the 2nd day nf Janunrj 1930. CORA BLICK. Guardian. 1-2-9-1 THURSDAY, JANUABY 16, 1930 In The Probate Court for The Chhktuawba IHslilct of Mississippi County, Arkansas. :n the Matter of Ihc Estate cf , Blrtle Lillian Ruby. Deceased, C:. L. WadcMI, Admtnislralor. NOTICE OP SALE No'.ice Is lien-i.v t^ven that the imdcrbigr.cd, as Adiiihilstrolor rf Hie cslalc of Blrtie Lillian Raby, Dcceaicd. will, on tiic »-|i day of January. 1930, offer for sale at Ihe Courl House doru- In Dlythevillo, Arkunins, between the huiii'3 uf 10 o'clock a. in, and 3 o'clcck p. m. ai public aucli-n to Ihc lilglir-st bidder upon a credit of three months, the followlni; lands belonging lo said estate l:cated in the C'.-.ickasiwba District of Mississippi Crunty Arkansas to-wit: That part 01 the NW'.J of Section 35. Tov.-nsliip 15 N, Rant"? 12 E, alloted lo Birdie Lillian Raby in a decree cf Ihe Chancery C'.urt, for the Chk-kasawba Dislricl of Mlssls- «um' County, Arkansas, rendered en Ihe 5;h dny of September, 1928, ' in :lic case of Lucy Carson Ann- jilrcn;} ver.ius .). rtank Mar'icen, i Guardian, et al. and recorded in the cr':: cilice at Blylhcvllle, ! Arkansas. i Said lands being dssignated us Lots 4 and 5 as shewn on Ihc pint filed with and made a pan of snid decree, and mare particularly ,t!c- sciifced as follows: Let. N:?. 4, as rhrwn on snid plat, beginning eta point in Ihc West linn of mid lands. 7.0L! chains from Ihe NW corner of said lands, said ixilnt being the SW corner cf Lot No. 3. (hence E;ist 0.5B chains to the Lever;: again from the same point in the West line of said lands, being il-.c SW corner of Lot No.•3. nmning tl-.ence Soulh 0.20 chains to the Levee. Ihs Levee forming Ihe East boundary line of said lands, containing 2.0« acres. Lt N^. 4, ar, shown on :aid plat, beginning al (he SE c'rn- tr of Lot. No. 1, at a pninl In Ihe East boundary line of raid lands, being 22.C8',i chains from Ihe KE corner cf said lands, running Ihencc We.sl nl'iiK the South boundary line of Lol No. 1. to the Levee; ngain from the same point point in Ihe East boundary line of said lands, being the SE corns;- of Lot No. 1, thence South 17.3116 chains to the SE corner, of said tract of land, thence West W chains totheSW comer of said lands; thence North 14 chains to the Levee, containing 68.G5 acres. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying Ihe debts cf ra'd estale. and the purchaser at tueh -ale will be required to give n t.? with approved, security for the p-.n 1 - chate price of raid lands, mul :; icn to be retained on sai.l Ian I for the payment of the purchaeo money. . . This. Ihe 2nd day cf January. 1930. . -. G. I,. WADDEf.LL. ' 1-2-0-10. Administrate,;- m MEMPHIS. Tcnn.--Dlcfc Shikat I ind Pete Saner, two of the five "leavywelght wrestlers receiitly selected by the National Boxing ns- socinliou for an elimination series title, will meet In Ihe first mntch to determine the holder of the mat of the series here lonight. Shiknl. who claims the world'.', title and Saner recently toiled two hr.urs in n Texas city with Shika'; winning llic only fall. The contest tcniglil will be a two hour bout wilh two out of fhrco falls to decide the winner or If neither man ORIOLE PLOW ... Whitlock 'mark the versatility !?.V111«, Til., youth. collegialc basketball as a center of Ihc Dan- .Whltlock probably is bat known , as a track and field athlete. He has •K; marks in the javelin of near MO •?: 'feet and also is a consistent per- 4.'; former In the weight events, th? I!.-, high jump and sprints. A degree £ in commerce is Whitlock's aim. : " . MILLIONS TO MONK jr f : DUBLIN—After his wife died ;> four years ago, Sir John Robert I! O'Connell, one of Ireland's leading '£ lawyers, closed his offices and dls- r" appeared. He was recenlly found ;. as.a Black Monk of the Bcnedtc- J tine Order. True to the vows of ;... his adopted order, ht has given up ' hit millions and now possesses sarabla. And Laphnd has senl nobody, cither. Maybe Ihe League of Nations should tnke II up. We have a collapsible Britlsli heavyweight In what is jocularly ermed one of the major winter brawls, pitted against a young ex- sailor of LUhunlan extraclion. They are going to palm that one oil oil Florida. We have a German fclbr waiting lo SEC how it comes out. The German feller probably will meet the winner of the British-Lithuanian event. From the way of Ihe mantle that fell from the r.lioul- ders of John U Sullivan to Jim Corbett so many years ago. Gauchos and Fencers In the meantime, here and there in the background, holding' the spotlight now and again are sundry cauliflowers from every place you could think of—except Swat. Bessa- rabia and Lapland. Inlo our mldsl comes Primo Camera, the Venetian Dlnotherlum. Primo sits down lo a things look now, the winner these two bouts will be giv V nothing but two cowls, two tunics, I meal and terrible things happen V andals, pne girdle, and a few oth-; to the bears in the Chicago pig ex- ret articles of clothing. ;Rfad Courier News Want Ads. change. Up from the Argenllnc comes Victorio Campolo, the Gauclio lor of J. (Polly) Hmnbcr, ( cf Entonlsn.' Ga. He was die-sen bv his mates while the Army iteam was re- | turning lo West Point from the [Stanford game on (he ccftsl. Hutr.bcr entered Wesl Point in 1025. 9«nr al*_' tending Georgia Military a n d j Ilnhmcr North Georgia Aggies colleges. As plebe he won its football letter but the next year round him deficient in his studies. He stayed cut In 1026. The dctcr- ulr.atlon to beccmc an army officer brought him back lo West Point in 1927 but because studies demanded so much of Ills time he did not turn for fcotbal! until 1928. He played, as regular right 'guard throughout practically nil of the 1923 and 1923 scascir. C.ipl.iin- clect number Is the Ihird southerner in three years to win Army captaincy honors. The 1928 lender | was Dud Spragne from Texas, vhilc Red Cagle. Ihe brilliant 1923 loadrr. is a Louisiana product. sonally by Albert Russel Ersklne If: Miami. Florida, on January i8th. Kockne is in Florida lo ri'rover from his recenl illness. rillSON IIUYKR LONDON—Thcmns OnVelcy. of Lii'.cu. has n passion for buying old jails. He recently bought from the government Knutsford jail in CiU'shirc, nnd is turning it into a hotel. He has nlrcady bought three oilier jails in Gosporl. Derby, and Wcrccsler. The bricks from ihesc will go to reconstruct his latest purchase. 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