JANUARY 27, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUR1ER-NEWS 1 BERTH M ill. l!ach Quintette Has Four Wins; Georgia and Alabama Have Three. J ATLANTA, Ga.—The Washing- j |>n a::d Lee Generals were fcrced i share their top berth in the nix- Cage race with thf Kentucky l/ildcats (he past week-end. 1 The Wildcats climber up to an. liual footing with the formidable! 1 encrals by trimming the Musis-1 I ppi Aggies twice last week, Each j luad has four victories. The Kentucky youtlis gave the j gules a dcciiive (« undii!; in their \ ist encounter 38 to 11 with Spiccr, fcGinnls and Mihvarri leading the irrage. Their second victory Sat- j relay night was 20 to H. The I '. and L. rjuintettc rolled over; Irginla in easy fashion. 50 to 22. j The five leading squads in the outhern Onfprcnce race held ••.i iwrfect ranking ever the week •h Georgia's Bulldog. Alabama's Vi'mson Tide with three victories ich and Sewance's Tiger with uvo i ins. The Bulldogs halted the sweep the Georgia Tech T'rnario in j -arking u|> their third victory, 25 j i 23 at Athens Saturday. The Alabama cagers put Vandy's ommodors to viol with a 30 to 18 in Thursday but the Nashville lind evened the c'.unt with the | ate ot Alabama by be.iting An- ' irn 23 to 27 Saturday. | The Duke Blue Devils, .'itrong "e season favorites fitiislied ahead the Wolf Pack of North Carina State, last year's champs, 35 31. The Wolf Pack put the skids ider Virginia Military Institute in . (0 first game cf the .season for '. .e Cade,ts, 29 to 22 last Monday. ; The Fighting Vols climbed back ) toward the top of the conference • grabbing victories over Georgia Kh and Auburn. The Tcchstcrs st 33 to 28 and Auburn 33 The Big Train of Baseball To THE BIG LEAGUES A RoOlilE TftWJ; PAGE THREE Osceola to Have Good Fight Card OSCEOLA, Ark.-joey Mandell of Rccktord, III., brother of Sammy landfll, world's lightweight cliam- >!on, will meet Tommy Fowlkei, well known Memphis lightwelglr.., n the feature Lout of Happy Pore- nan's populur pi ice fight, card her'; .(might. Tlie largest crowd of the year Is expected to crowd the Indoor sta- dtun for the dollar fight curd which will also bring together lite Eye' Kitchen of Lc)iamon!Hl Kid Tuck of| Osceola. and Jack ilcnny of OsCC-1 ota nntl Kid Kelly of Memphis. ' Kitchen aim Tuck who foiiKlit n | :iiw recently will go eight rounds, i Kitchen is n left hanilcr ami his unorthodox .style has proved troublesome for the Osccola .battler to solve In the past. ncnny was knocked out by Charlie Rhodes ol Memphis In his last appearance in the local ring but Kelly is snr.i to be nearer his weight than lUiodes. They are fluted for L-tj-.M rounds. Chester Uancliowcr of Luxoru will icferoi 1 Die touts and Jell Holund ot lllytheville, slate boxing commissioner, will be present. tol8 -j"The Greatest Pitching Debut I Ever Witnessed"—Evans Go West. I Jimmy Phelan and i EDITOR'S -\OTE:This is ilu Johnson retired from the game in first of a series cf 10 articles un the eighth inning to allow n pinch- :l-amcus Fcais in Ilastlial!, by Billy ; hitler lo bat for him. Detroit, Evans. | through three hits, two of them in* ' * i field bums, hart managed to forge i By BILLY EVANS j ahead 2-1 in the eighth. Detroit . Without any question, to Wnltey j nddorl another In the ninth at the •o the latest of the football men- , Johnson goes the credit of making , expense ot Tom Hughes, while •rs to join the growing group of' the most remarkable big league rte-1 Washington also scored once, th2 .stern coaches alonR the Pacific; but I have ever seen any iwirlcr final result being 3-2. the defeat lore line. Coast, writers call their'make duiing the 25 years I hav.i j being charged to Johnson. gi.cn "the big kaijuc of football" j spent in the American league. 22 1 ... .£t ray that, when c?aches achieve of them in the role of umpire. , '•Mercy in their art in the minor , The game was , p]ay - ed „„ Aujust \ ^ 6 ues of the .east they come tp- 2 _ 1%7| at Washington with DC-I Jo] • "big show . And, loosing ba;,c i tr oit as , he O]> p 0 _,i n « ^ Mr T},,,1 ;. the season's record, we are not De troit Timers of those days com- • ic to say they are all wrong. . | p:lrecl vcry f avor .]|,iy to -,!ie Nc-.vj Hcw-ara Jones, whose .Southern ; Yoik Yankees of the present tlmo. j he "knew no "other" delivery', he "held ilifornia team made the Pitt Pan-, It was a great aggregation of shv> ! the slug£in;. Tigers to si:c hits and ?r me-'W like a house cat when : gers, made up of such noted hit- j two runs. lie gave only one base 01 ; tall is stepped 0:1. is a young; ters as Sam Crawiorci. Ty Ccbb. \ balls and struck out three men. an from Yale who stopper! off at I ClauJc Rossman. Davy Jones, j-wa on his journey over • the i Charley Schmidt, Bill Coughlin ana reeley trail. Pop Warner, alum- others. f • in mh debut wa the outstandinr team '•! th^ n S K nihKi a fast ball for. as I have said' Three days prior to his debut. of Cornell, taught Indians at larUslc an dthen coached at Pitts- lirgh on his way to the Golden ! Johnson had arrived in Washing- late. Bill Spaulding, who \vas at 'on from the wilds of Idaho. He 1 innescia before Spsars, and whose '. had done most of his pitching for It was easily the greatest bit of pitching I hp.ve ever seen by a "rookie" in his debut as a Dig leaguer. Developed Rapidly Lionel Ccnaclier never had a pair )ID YOU KNOW THAT— Bad hands seem to be an cpl- Jemlc nmrng the boxers . . . M Singer took a bum knuckle to he X-ray the other day . . . Bat Battalino, the new featherweight champion, is said to have feathery dukes, too . . . In his fight with Lew Majsey in Philly, ills paws went feeble . . . and Les Marriner is still trying to nave that hrrV-.cn right fixed up . Jack Dorval's right hand has been broken three times, but when he fuoght Marriner. neither of them cracked a single bone . . Billy Wallace always had a lot of-trouble with his mSUs . . . Jock M»lone, the St. Paul puncher, used to have his hands operated upon every couple of weeks . . . Gene, Tunncy had a lot of trouble with his hooks and tried lots of tricks to cure them ... he chopped wood and used to carry a rubber ball in his pocket that he could squeeze for the exercise . . . Jack nempsey, one of the hardest hitters \vho ever came down the pike, never had any distress over his maulies. Midland Flash Counts 19 Goals in Marathon Till By NEA. Service FREMONT, Xeb.—The rcasoi that Paul Nordstrom, forward 01 the Midland College team ot till city, has been high Individual scor er nmoii;; Ne braska Confer ence baskcteer for two seasons Is seen In the box score of Uia recent Midland Nebraska Centn game, won b the Middles 104 to 17. Nordstroi counted ID del goals and charity thro* for 39 points 1 (he. contest. A that, he flnlshe only twp marks ahead of Johnson Middy center, who. flipped 16 goa and five free throws. Nordstrom gained All-Conference honors as n halfback on the football eleven last fall. The Mlddle3 gabied 890 yards though the air on 68 successful passes of 157 forward passes attempted by Nordstrom. A MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC i Correction DUD entirely to nn overnight on the part of the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, nnd the mechanical department of the Courier News, three names were omitted from our classified membership list for 1980 which was published in the Courier of January 26. To correct this overflight, we are publishing this list again with these three names included: R. C. Robinnon Lumber Company, G. G. Candill, Gately Stores, Inc. We arc now'conducting our supplemental membership campaign in which every business firm in Blythevill* will be solicited for'membership.'As new members are taken in-their names wfll'be published. • With apolngiuji to those whose names were omitted'in our Saturday'list, and an invitation to all BlytheVilte citizens to become members of this organization, \yhieh lius Tor its only, purpose the upbuilding of a better community in which to live und do business,, we again publish helow our compk-te classified membership list as of this date. We uro ulso printihg-below a resolution Adopted by this organization, to which \ve invite your careful' consideration. "Be'it resolved, by the" Chamber of Commerce of Blytheville in its regular session, tliut its members support, and request the citizenship of Blytheville and its trade territory .to support, the movement to encourage tho buying by Blytheville citizens from home merchants and institutions, who.supportlocal enterprises, nay taxes, contribute to local charities, own property and help to build Blytheville." Gasified Membenbip Rwter BlyihcTille Chamber oif Commerce 1929-1930 Luke Sewell of the Indians led the American League catchers In errors last year with 18. The younj man also.made a couple of errors with the bat. Ima mater is Wabash. no less, has • 'he little town of Weiser. He had J of skates until he was 10. but to- l:on producing good teams at U. C. never seen a big league ball game. | day lie is playing manager of th; I A. (University of California. Los, had no idea hove (o throw i>. curve | New Yoit Americans' hockey team. I.iBelcb). Slip Madigan was gradu-' ball, while a change of pace prob- j He made a great record in Cana- ed by the fathers of Notre Dame : abI 5' would have struck him lid by Knutc nockne, after which ' something having lo do with a !• went to St. Marya's and prcduc- ! hcr -e race. Bui he did hnve one 1 some rip-snorting football teams, i thing, a fast ball, the fastest ball nil Schissler of the Oregon Aggies i P'tchcr. Manager Joe Cantlllon an old Nebraska and Lombard ' !;nevv Ms and hoped his fast b:l! dian amitenr circles. an I | ever boasted by any major league j money, "if °VWs" sentiment 'that i Jack Sharl:ey, Independently wealthy, suggests that the heavyweight championship is more a matter of sentiment to him th: Every year they hold a terrapin derby on the 101 Ranch. We're go- Ing to see if we can't have Joe Sr.velt and Benny Bcugough entered. Joe probably would cop the event, however, as he once scored from first on a home run. For the real as I guyc. yen •Imon pure among 't overlook |The coast sells Us baseball plav-! T"",'" Kul """ •>-"• even inougn ue- caused him to pick Phil Scott as his o I. .-•!.„ ...t —in.. —.. i-_:i, troit was noted ns a club that hked »ii-,~: > ...-•— -, „ ! One Is to the east, and the east sends ^ ™ '" ™ l.itc a few of its Grade A coaches . £?4r delivery I the far west. What could te! 1, " mcr >- g better ihan any Miami npponer/., we're s^rry we j can't share his sentiments. lirer than that? The Window Washer It happened I was the umpire in I Art Shires places the value • that memorable debut of the great j Johnson. He was beaten 3-2. but only after one of the greatest pitch- iBack in 1012 Doc Spears ™s'• ^ Battles I Invc lulling the windows of the chapel ] s c his services to the White Sox at $25.Cfo. Mr. Coir&key will (..'v? him that much money, ot course— ever uiiiplred. for four years. Knox CJjIVge. O.ilcsburri II,'. |? received -a rrom in the chanel ' return for keeping the build- 1 Ig spotless. He didn't stay long, i wever, and the next thing you , |-ard of him. his name bobbed up ' .one of Walter Camp's All-Am- ! t?. selections, from Dartmouth, i enched at Dartmouth and West , inia. before going to Minnesota. '' you care for figures. Dr. Spenrs 1 | e has studied medicine) lias Senators, in six years is not stolen a single base, these days some blg-hea cd American League catcher is going t-. tell him lo go on down, just to see what he would look like <-n sec:.id base. Divo Off Brooklyn Bridge Didin't Mean Anything to John L.'s Falhcr BY TIM .McGKATH John L. Sullivan had quite n keen sense ol humor, in spite ot hi bluster, .my cid-tiir.er will tell yon. He got i', from his dad. who als __ ............ _ _______ __ _____ games ns a ccnch, lost eight and held a grudge until proper relorl could be uncle. |tl seven. Which is pretty good j Back in the days when John L. was getting ready for the Jake Kila window washer from Knox. j rai fisht. Steve Brodie, the Brooklyn bridge jumping hero of the Phrlan's Fear Ijimmy Phelan could not learn litin. That is why he scored an ]erage of only 90.4 in his first Hei couldn't make the Coia University prep school team, 11 he did. He couldn't run a fish- Is; crew on the Columbia river. |.her, but he needed (he money, he did- Now he has tackled .. In that probably will prove to be le biggest test he ever had. cn able to get things done is that has always been afraid. Afraid failure. TRAVF.I, A T,.\ GRAF ^Wl'^u: Bowery, made a prediction in newspapers that Kilraln would take the Boslcniar.. John L.'s fatbci', naluially proud of his son, was indignant. After Kilrain was beaten, Sullivan took his father on a trip to' New York. And a Bowery visit was considered essential in those days. And no Bowery trip was complete without a visit to Steve Brodie's cclavtul saloon. Germany may send her 19321 There was a loud "hurrah" as John L. Sullivan stepped into the room, ympic sQUad to Los Angeles In • There were more cheers when the great Steve Brodie strode over to PpeTln ' Plans S1 are !l iinderwIy 0 for' Brcct tllc 8rMt John Ll Slllllv!>n - Behind Sullivan came his father- The man who tells all he knows usually hasn't much to say NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S PETITION TO SFM, RE.41, ESTATE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administrator ot the Estate o! D. W. Bradley deceased, will atter four weeks from the publication of this Notice petition the Probate Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, Chickasawba District for an order to sell the following described Real Estate in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to^wlt: An undivided one-half interest in and to all of Lot 11; the North 21 feet of Lot 13; and the South 29 fe«t of Lot 11; all in Block "C" Morris Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. Property of said decedents Estate. This sale U for the purpose of raising funds to pay debts of wild Estate. J. NICK THOMAS, Administrator. Virgil Greene, Attorney. Jan. 13-20-27. ftby 3. WARNING ORDER Chancery' Court, Chickasawba D trict, Mississippi County, Arkansas Effie Mansell, Plaintiff vs. No. 4650 Newton Mansell. Defendant The defendant, Newton Manscll is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the cap- tlno hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Effie Mangel). Dated Jan. 13, 1930. W. W. HOLLIPETER, Cierk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. Claiide F. Cooper. Atty. for Pitt. Jun. 13-20-27, Fef. 3. WARNING ORDER Chancery Court, Chickasauba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. J. L. Morris, Plaintiff vs. No. «649 Ef[ie Arthur Morris. Defendant The defendant, EfBe Arthur Morris Is warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plalntlfl. J. U Morris. Dated Jan. 13, 1930. W. W. HOLUPETER, Clerk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. W. D. Olivette, Atty. ad Lit«m. Jan. 13-20-27, Fef. 3. foundation of a company to i a Cclt witl1 a chip ou his silm 'l<Icr yet over the Kilrain prediction Imsport the athletes via lighter-1 "Dad." thundered John L., "meet the famous Steve Brodie. He's the |in-air craft. man who jumped off (he Brooklyn bridge." instead of shaking hands | the old man stepped back, and cooly eyed llabe Herman of the Robins also Ints a trifle more dough than |cle Robbie has offered. Dab? say.^ j caught a fly ball one day b.si Inmer. Brcdic from head to foot. "Jumped cff the Brooklyn biidge, did he?" he sniffed, dlvvil couldn't do that? Why didn't ye jump over 11?" 1 (Copyright, 1930, NEA Service, Inc.) Who the On the Broadway of America Kingsway Hotel and Baths Hot Springs, Ark. New Fireproof Hotel for State People Moileiate Rates Coffee Shop New ISO-Car Garasre 0. W. Evcrclt, Managing Director ATTORNEYS C. M. Ituck, C«cil Shane, Prank C. W. D. GravetU, Harrison, Sittili A T»jrk»r, Reid* Evrard 4 H**d*rs«i. ABSTRACTS AND LOANS Morse & KitskMf, Terry & AUTOS, AUTO FINANCING. AND GARAGES W. I. DentM Ch«vrol*( Co. I'hillips Motor C«. Lee Motor Co. Ward Investment Co, Tom A. Uttte. BANKS AND BANKERS Farmery Bank A TfiMt Co. Kirsl National iknk. Charle* S. Lemon*. A. G. Little B. A. Lynch A. E. Stott ARMY STORE U. S. Army Stor« BATTERY SERVICH Joe H. KtMlter BOTTLING ; Coca-Cola BotlMnff C». BLACKSM1THING Dan G. Stout 1 BILLIARDS : Ptstirne BilHard Parlgr LUMBER . Chicago Mill and Lumber Corp. Ark '.-Mo. Lumber Yards East . Arkansas Lumber Co. (i rimes Lumber Co. E. C. Robinson Lbi. Co. MEAT 'MARKETS R. A. Saliba HORSE AND MULE DEALERS Harris Highfill Mule Co. MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING R. D. Hughw & Co. New Mead Clothing Co. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS AldrWge Jewelry Co. Guards Jewelry and Optical Co. NEWSPAPERS AND PRINTING BSytheville Courier Newa Acton PrlnllriK Co. NOTIONS S.H.Kret«* Co. OFFICE EQUIPMENT ' Blythevilk Office Equipment Co. OST1EOPATHS ipra, 'Nies &' Nles ' PHYSICIANS . Dr; E. : V. HIU . ' Dr. LR. Johnson Dr. F. D. Salth :.»ir.--:A.'iM..Waiihbnrn PROPUCTS ' ' Hatchery ' As . ., Royal C. Mllla Audltlpg C«. COTTON . ' JMahan . .Steinberg Cotton' Co... .,. Federal -Ciiipregs 4 Vwrthoaws C*. " COUNTY. O Wi W. W, 'WJ. Shaver ' .' Roland -Qit^t . , Jin Foirkt" •--••.•••• • . , P. E. Cooler ..... C.H, Wilson. .'. : .., , ....,-. . . : : CLEANING AND PRESSING Blytheville 8 1 tarn Laundry A. 0. Hudson Nu-Wa Cleaners COFFEE DEALERS Central Coffee Co. DRUG STORES Borums Kirbya Kirby-BeU Robinson Drug Co. DENTISTS Dr. H. S. Daris Dr. L. H. Moore ELECTRICAL AND SUPPLIES Walpole Electric Co. FARM IMPLEMENTS Farm Equipment Co. FEED AND COAL DEALERS Browne & Billings Ira Crawford Superior Coal Co. FURNITURE DEALERS Dodson Furniture Co. G. G. Hubbard & Co. H. Leightoh GROCERS— RETAIL George W. Kaught N. Johns GAS AND OIL SERVICE STATIONS Dixie Service Station Tom W. Jackson Standard Oil Co. HARDWARE Hubbard Hardware Co. HOTELS Hotel Noble ICE CREAM MANUFACTURING Midwest Dairy Products Co. INSURANCE W. M. Bums J. L. Cherry First National Ins. Agency G. G. Caudill REFRIGERATORS FABM-'i«A>iJ>s 'AND FARMING '• -efi: Lnmber Co. . ie O'Brien RETAIL MERCHANTS- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, ETC, Joe Isaatf J. C. Penny Co. Lutes Fair Store Grand Leader Aaron Rosentbal Gately Stores SCHOOLS Crawford -Greene SHOWS 6. W. McCutcheon SHOES AND HOSIERY The Bootery UNDERTAKERS . .Cobb Undertaking Co. UTILITIES Ark.-Mo. Power Co. Associated Utilities, Inc. Southwestern Bell TeL Co. TRANSFER AND HAULING Odum TranBfer Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS- MEATS, PRODUCE, ETC. Arkansas Grocer Co. A. B. Jones Co. Merchants Grocer Co. Rea-Patteraon Milling Co. Milkr-Crenshaw Co. A. S. Barboro & Co. D. Canale & Co. INDIVIDUALS Oscar Alexander R. N. Ware Jr. T. J. Mahan C. V. Seabaugh O. P. Moss W. N. Nnnn C. W. Afflick A. a FairfieM R. E. Lee Wilson Theo. E. Rechtia.
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