PAGE SIX W.YTIIEVJLLI';. (AUK.) COUUIKIt-NKWS PACE IN Dli The Old Sharkcy Meets the New MONDAY, JANUAJIY_20, : mpling the Blue Devils Su, * iversity, riinncrs-up uf j r i c .Washington and Lee Wins' Three Straight Within Week; Sewanee Strong. ATLANTA, On.—Tile Generals of Washington nnd Leo are swinging down the championship trail In the van of other Southern conference basketball title aspirants with threo vie/cries In their first creek of piny. I '. The Generals e°t oir to n flying | start by train ..of ..Duke Uni' tost year and regarded as one of j ths strongest teams In.the confer- .ehce. The Gcneials' lanky miter '"ore. .Leigh -Williams, led the W. As L. boys !r. '.heir win. After subduing the Ilhic Devils the Generals tool; 'the measure of the North Carolina Tarheels and then continued thetr high style of play by winning over the North Carolina Stale quintet, 1929 champions, 03 to '28 Saturday night. •VanderbiH's Commodores and •Clemson fell before the onslaughts of tire Sewancc cagers, reported tn •be the greatest team to represent the_ Tigers In years. The victory for"the Tigers over the Commodores was the first'In history. Kentucky's thoroughbreds gave Tennessee's Vols n defeat after a 'hard fought contest, 23 to 20. The Georgia Bulldogs finished nhciul of their neighbors nnd trndltlonal foes, the Yellow Jackets 'of Georgia Tech for their second victory of the season. ' Alabama's .flashy Crimson 'lldc quintet rested on laurels tjnlned two weeks ago with two wins and no defeats to their credit. Among the winners during the week who did not nmle reach the high stage in the rncc attained by a few were Ole Miss with two wins over Louisiana State, Clemson with a . win over nVndy. 'Presbyterian , College and Newbcrry. Ihc latter two non-conference opponent:!. Tulane and the Miss. 'Aggies broke even In a two game sctlo, Maryland submerged Virginia and the Cavaliers 'also lost to William and Mary. Trie WolfpacX of North Carolina State, although beaten by the, Generals, won over Virginia Polytechnic, and Wake Forest. The undefeated teams to date are: W. W. & L: .(.... 3 Sewanee 2 Kentucky 2 Georgia ; •. 2 Alabama 2 Light (mining has : begun In'Florida for Jack Shnrkey of lloston p who will box Phil Scott, British heavyweight champion, in Madison Square Garden Corporation's aniiunl Miami affair. Sharkey likes his golf, as the picture shows, and from now until light time will be M-UII regularly on the links. Jack's acquaintance in ring logs Is Tom Bharkcy, one-time heavy w eight fishier discovered and managed In a-successful DID YOU KNOW THAT- Mlama Is not. so. crazy about playing host to the Bharkey- Scott fight, according to the *ports writers down tnere. . . ' Cliff Mosler of the Miami News says the town doesn't warn to see Bcott with Sharkey or anyone else . . . Not many promising looking recruits get away nice they arc enmcrht-d In the Cardinals' chain store system, . . . But Tony Cucctnello, came light straight up to the majors nfter Danville, a Cardinal test- Ing ground, turned him away . . . Tony was the most talked about player in the American Association last year ... . He equalled the batting mark of "Dusty Cooke of St. Caul which was .458, and CooXe is figured ready to make good with the ranks . . . Now he's to go south with the Ciney Reds . ., . rne lad plays a nifty third, base, too ... B-bby Jones has won nearly every important, championship In golf except the Drlt- .sh, amateur, and if you take our word for it, he'll win that this ?ear. ^ ilug campaign many years ago by'Tlin McOruth. The two Sharkcys arc unrelated, as the Boston real name is Kukamkas. • gob's Al Plays Pet. 1.000 1.000 1.000 i.oob 1.000 The T«lfr-Tottfr in Snort .Ups and downs come mighty suddenly In what we sometimes sentimentally call tnis old world of sport. And the distance between hisses and applause is not far to travel. In our memcry of sport there Is no character who .changed : the minds of the follower." of sports In tte tremendous way Jack Demp- s.cy '.Ud. The wave of public feel- ins against Demnsey following the printing of those pictures he had taken In the snipyards, in which he wore patent leather shoes and held a riveting hammer, swept across the country like a storm. A few years later and Dcmpsey, fighting in Soldiers'' Stadium lo re- gin the champonship he had lost to a man who went to France in the Marine Cups, was the fellow they wanted to sec win. Although temporarily paralyzed, following a head injury sustained in a grid game more than a year ago, big Al Lassman, Ne*' York University football captain in 1923, is regaining' his health In Florida. He Is shown In the surf at- Miami Beach. Blames Auto For Fading of Collegiate Baseball Cooler Divides Two With Deering Teams COOTER. Mo.—The Cooler bis- ketball squads split » two game set with the Deering high teams at Deering Thursday night. The Cooler girls won by a score of 19 to 12 but the Cooler boys lost 48 to 23 in a very Interesting game. In the girls' game the Michie sisters, aces of the Cooler team were removed from the game when their team gained a commanding lead but the Deering defense failed lo hold the Cooter lineup. The Caruthersville-Coolcr games, scheduled for Friday were postponed until Wednesday, Jan. 22. BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufer I CLEVELAND, Ohio—While the automobile Is generally accepted nt an Important factor 'n swelling at- Icndance records al football game. 1 ;. It Is regarded by Ray Fisher as the Immedate cause for shrinkage In Intercollegiate baseball Interest. Pusher wns a major league pitcher with Ihc Yankees 15 years ago and for 10 years has been baseball coach at the University of Mlchl- an. Certainly he has sufficient ground to comment on the situation. Interest In college baseball has depreciated about one-fifth In Fisher's time, he indicates. The quality of the game remains the same and the boys who play get Just us much kick out of It, according to Fisher. "You wouldn't think enough student? had< automobiles," explains the Michigan have." mentor, "but they Direction of the Yale nine In several diamond exhibitions thh spring will be entrusted to the cnp- lain. From such a move authorities hope to gain first hand knowledge of what Is necessary to place ath- 'ellcs in the hands of students. Naturally, football is the sport at which the movement is aimed, but football, probably more than any other branch of athletics, will withstand such a change longer -than any other member of Yale's sport family. The grid S|>ort will succumb late. If ever, due to the belie! that Ihc brand of football would be lowered to such an extent :is to lose Its hold on public fancy. Since 1025 it has been Yale's desire to put Into effect an agreement exactly the same as this with le- gard lo baseball alone, according to Prof. G. H. Nettleton, chairman of the Y. W. C. A, board of control. WJicther or not Ihe movement dlej out entirely during the current, year, Yale authorities believe something, of serious Import will come of this first tangible move Cardwell High School Beats Hoicomb Twice Sherman Lost To Cliickasaws Corbelt Knows It Jim Corbett can tell you something cf what the sporl teeter-totter Is like. Even after Corbett had felled the 'roaring Sullivan, he was not accepted at once 'as Ihc real champion. He was referred lo as a "dancer" whose style would never allow him to become a ' great fighting man .of John L.'s caliber They locked upon him as a boxer help him, and that the bill be sent '.o Tunney. And Dr. Willing? It wouldn't surprise this writer to find one day that Dr. Willing, he painstaking coast golfer • who •on.such general hatred in the mateur at Pebble Beach last fall, ad become a popular figure in the ye of the sports world. His dlla- cry tactics enraged several of his pponcnts in that tournament, ond he gallery fought him almost to a man. He battled on. in his way. cgardless of the sentiment against him. Now we learn that only Bobby tones ranks ahead of Dr Willing is a medalist in last year's play What was regarded as his exasperating delay may become mere- tx. and a smart dude. But that nl changed after Corbelt demonstrnt ed that' even if he did win by box Ing and by little artifices of th ring that re Invented himself, non of these punchers could beat him They said he didn't really have knockrut punch, but Jim prove that he could knock them out, jus the same. Alter a time the nam of :"Gentleman Jim" became popular byword and Jim Corbet became a popular charapicn. eve if there remain people In Bosto today to whom he never can champion. The people who watch spor events bod Just as heartily as they I clap, but when a champion shows | the ability, they accept him. no nutter how he wins. Sports writers often form snap judgments' of the acttrs in the sports irama. These opinions pass from one to the other. People who never have seen Gene Tunney hated him as bitterly as though he had passed them in the street with a flihy stare. Tunney has been 'awarded the repuuticn of being "hl«h hat" but there are qualities about.this man that makes the i Ulit he is a snob seem trlf- s' painstaking skill. The very tiling he galleries hated about Dr. Will- ng's style may become admirable even If eccentric, in the eyes o :hose who watch the golfers go about their business. Th»t Is thi way Ihe teeter-totter works In sports. Ed Sherman, star end of the Blylhevlllts high school football squad and captain elect for the 1930 edition of the Chickasaws, left this .morning for Balesvllle. Ark., where he will live with his parents the Rev. and Mrs. Jefferson 3her- mumn, who moved to that city several months ago after living here for four years. Sherman will not return to schoo' here It is understood. His loss wll' be a big blow to the IIOJKS of tho Chicks for another splendid season. Sherman was selected (is f member of tlie mythical all-North east Arkansas eleven last fall am received honorable mention on sev eral all-state selections. Rayder named sub-captain al the annua banquet, of the squad, will lead th team next year. Earle Cardinals To Meet Champion Cager CARDWELL,. Mo.—Friday, Cardwell High sohoo! took two fast, but rather one-sl(Jcd basketball games from the Hoicomb High school in n double-header played nl Cardwell. In spite of the unpleasant weather, a good crowd was in attendance. Bcores were: Boys, Cardwell 25, Hoicomb 13. Girls: Cardwell 33, Hoicomb C. The next games l be with Arbyrd at Arbyrtl. un Ihe twenty-fourth. Soctesto Bv_ AU-MO CTEuJAM; Spears EtnTOa. ToCSSofAfclMSBkB. WARNING ORDER ardinals of Eavlc, Ark.. Arkoaisas' ng Independent basketball ilntet. and one cf the mos'. fonni- able squads ever gathered in the >uth have been named to • op- ose the Cleveland Roseblooms, orld cage champions, here Tites- ay, February 4. The Cardinals were picked to ieet the Cleveland tcrrcrs of the ourt after close comparison" with ther teams had shown them to be he outstanding team in the trl- ates. The Cardinals have estab- shed a remarkable reccnl.'They ave won 21 games out of 22.play- d and registered 1.033 point* to wlr opixwcnls' 502. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S I-ETIIION TO SELI, REAI, ESTATE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned administrator of the Estale c.' G. W. .Bradley deceased, will after four weeks from the publication 1 of this Notice petition the Probate Court of Mississippi Coun- ' ty, Arkansas, Chickasawba District for an order to .'sell the following described Real Estate in 7vlississip- pl County, Arkansas', to-wit.- An undivided one-half interest in and to all of t.ol 12; the North 21 feet-of Lot 13; and the South 23 feet of Lot 11; all hi Block "C" Morris Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Property of said decedents Estate. This sale is for the puriwse of alsing funds to pay debts of said Estate. J. NICK THOMAS, Administrator. Virgil Greene, Attorney. Jan. 13-20-27, Feby 3. ihancery Court, Chickasawba District. Mississippi County, Arkansas. Effle Mansell. Plaintiff vs. No. «50 Newton Mansell, Defendant The defendant, Newton Mansell Is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the cap- tlno hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff EfHe Mansell. Dated Jan. 13, 1930. W. W. HOLLIPETER, Clerk. By Ellzabelh Blythe, D. O. Claude F. Cooper. Atly. for Pltf. Jan. 13-20-27, Fef. 3. layti Indians Take Two From Riico Squads HAYTI, Mo.—The Haytl Indians won a doubleheader from Risco Friday night. The girls' game was 44 o 10 and the boys game was 36 o 13. The girls' game was dulle adn aJlcd to show any flashy action. At he half the score was 24 10 3 and With only one game to play, Entile Rockne would bnvc to take ils boys to South America lor the ontest. The team hardly could ilay in good form without a few housasd miles of railroad trave under Its belt. We understand the Athletics re not going to meet the champion of the National League next, year Connie Mack thinks his team would draw better with the Braves. .. WARNING ORDER Chancery c<)urt, Chlckasawba Dls. trict, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. L. Morris. Plaintiff vs. No. «49 Eftle Arthur Morris. Defendant The defendant, Effle Arthur Morris Is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, J. Morris. . . Dated Jan. 13, 1930. W. W. HOLLIPETER, Clerk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. W. D. Gravette, Atty. ad Litem. Jan. 13-20-27, Fef. 3. at the end the Hayll girls led 44 to 10. The boys' game was fairly good despite the scor; with the Haytl team leading 18 to 8 at the half way mark. At the final whistle the locals led 36 U> 13. 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