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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 19, 1930
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.'- 7FAOE SIX "1ST* BLYTJJEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIBR-NKWS Seeks Larger Playmates jinn™ 'FiftK : Annual Invitation '••'. /journey in Missouri City :\ lo Draw Fast Teams. '.- SKEGTON, Mo.—The Sikeston '.high school will be host next Frl- 'fday. and Saturday to 16 nearby 'basketball teams in the fifth an, nual 'boys' Invitation tourney. -. , The schedul« calls for four games "to i class B Friday afternoon nnd •lour In .class A tliat night. Semifinals to class A will be~ played ' Saturday afternoon, class B semifinals in the afternoon. Finals in both:divisions will be played Sat- mday night, class B at 1 o'clock and-class A at 8:30 o'clock. . ;'-.-:The complete schedule:•;•• Friday afternoon, class B, Bsr- trand vs. Huyti, Maiden vs. East ^ralriej Bloomfield vs. Moorehouse, 'Cnarleston vs. Lilbourn. N. Friday night, class A. Campbell .#&. AnnJstoh, Matthews vs. Advance, fiikeston vs.'Cape Oirardeau, Frult- land vs. Chaffee. '.iSaturday morning, semi-flnnls. class B, winner of Bertrand-Hayll v T&,,winrier of Maiden-East Prairie; winner of Blcomfleld-Moorehouse 'vi. winner, of Charleston-Lllbourn 'riune'. '•:.'•' (Saturday afternoon, semi-finals. "A, winner of Campbell-Ail- L vs.,winner of Halthews-Ad- game: winner of Slke.iton- .'Cape .-.Oirardeau vs. winner ol Frultland-Chaffee game. Finals of lith divisions, will be played Saturday night. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1930 QNBI Mickey Walkrr i The Cry of the Wolves .-.The suit for »2C,000 against Hack Wilson by a Chicago milkman named, Edward. Young has been' denied by a circuit judge In Chicago. Young Is the-fellow who criticized ''Hack's baseball antics in a way .friend Hatk didn't care for, with the result ; that Wilson leaped Into the stands and handed his critic n > fenerous'pasting. ': •' We suppose Hack Is glad he •*«nt.h»ve to pay the damages, •but really we thing he is luckier than he probably realises. He might bare inuiie • that much money by 'fighting .siures; he ought to figure be has made that much by fighting Ur, Young. •';•': .v..*.- UHaek SorryT ' \; Hack DTOb«t|Jy Is sorry that he Jumped Into ttie stands that day. .-II : r£f.isnt Vi* ought to be, if not for eUilcal reason*, then for the sake', of fsportsmanslilp. .• There arq tlmrn, of .course, when a fan's ton- 'gue'geii tHe.-better of him and-he • descend*;; from' technical criticism, • whlch'ls;*p9rt»manshlp, to'rxrson- lal'-raoobr,: which-is 'no sportsmnn- '>But'f<Jfiajl-that,-even though the \ words','flub'g'.-'it, ; Hack might .have : been • tnWas*ly ':personal words, we • atill.feel, that Htck made a mls- • ^i'ke'in;, attacking the person who uttered,; UieinV, There is ho. great 'good,In,such ch'astise- • it showed'up one surrendered, and a few days later at Washington, the Tigers resumed piny. A ball players' fraternity grew out of this strike. It was short- lived and accomplished nothing. ..I any rale it didn't mean a thing lo Ban.Johnson, who could be mighty swilt and hard when he Telt that he was right. Luxora Juniors Take Two From Annorel Teams 'ardwell High Teams Defeat Arbyrd Squads CARDWELL, Mo.—On Monday veiling, Feb. 17. :the Cardwell Igh school boys' and girls' baskct- rill (cams defeated the teams of trbyrrt high school by overwhelm- ng 'scores. The games were played t Arbyrd. Scores: girls—Cardwell 3, Arbyrd 11.. Boys—Cardwell 31, Arbyrd 10. In the boys' game Ar- iyrd scored several points before Jnrdwell obuld score; but the Card- veil boys were able to secure a arge niunber of points over them. LUXORA, Ark. —The Armorel Junor high school girls basketball the hands of the local lassies on tea. msuffered a severe defeat at the local court Monday night. A small crowd o! enthusiastic fans watched the Luxora quintet win by a score of n to 10. The.vlslUni, tram made R desperate effort stop'the home girls but It.couldn't be done.. , . • Morgaret Richards for the Lux- oraris.was hlght'scorer, 'making 15 of-.tlie 17 points. '. .-' • • .The line-up was as follows: Armorel , 'Pos/ - ' Luxor: . Richard: Lucas, P'nte deprge Wood J. Woodsoji E. Woodsoi '.L.G. H'waril, Shoa Eades,M'K'nonR.F. Klrkendali . L. F. Garner . ' • '• C.. McKennoh. ;C. Browrii An'son R. G. Middleweight Champ is Again on Way Up to Meet Light Heavies. By WILLIAM BRAVICHEK NEA Service Sport* 'Editor NEW YORK.—Mickey Walker !.> on his way:up. . ] Mickey Walker Is on his way up. After a quiet winter, the Bulldog stepped'out in 'Detroit the other night and handed a fancy pasting to Leo Lomskl, the Aberdeen Assassin. Forthwith Walker and hts manager,' a gent by^the Insmc of Kearns. with whose dqlngs yo'.i have become familiar, set out toi' New York ' and the light-heavyweight championship .'of ithc .world. Rene De Vos, then perhaps J.m- my Slattery—depending upon Hie outcome of the Blattery-Roscn • bloom arrangements—Is the trail that Jack Kearns has mapped, lor his rough young man. A cho'rity show In Madison Square Garden is understood to be the setting for the Walker r De Vos event. Walker weighed 166 when he beat Lomskl, at 113, In Detroit. The bout was comparatively easy for the Mick, and right now he fights at his best if he .doesn't have to so below 165 pounds. Mickey is «oi especially fond of the training grinds. H*. ia•• probably, pugilism's greatest playboy: But. when the time comes he can put himself In shape—as he demonstrated In the affair last November with Ace Hudkins on the coast. ;•.. ... Before the Hudklns bout, most of the boys believed •. Mickey all washed up as far'as further competition In the 160-pound class was concerned. The Mick trained down to 159K and,was Iri splendid condition. But he had to work to do It. Hudklns was outclassed throughout. cool dark waters of the Seine, for the fact -that ot the 1145 person; revolvers are expensive In Paris. to commit suicide, who 'attempted suicide in 1029, 1, arc lour to one that he 251 wcij successful In killing themselves. Most of (hem died In the 0111 succeed. Tills Is borne out by C II it Y S 1. E B 4SO VT-r.O.B. DETgOlT WiTIITUKSK FEATURES llntilfel* Construction at <:U>xlB nnJ Body • Duwa-Unfl Car hurt lion A miss who missed only eight of 150 shots from the free throw stripe Is Miss' Alys Allen, above, brilliant forward of the Pitlslnicg Sunflowers, Pittsburg, Kan. She leads the Sunflowers In scoring und will be a strong -point In their drive lor the national A. A. U. championship In Wichita late In March. Harry Bowlus, who coaches the Sunflowers, declares Miss Allen is the moat natural basket-shooter he ever saw. Full Prewure Fe«l Uibriullon Mcchuiiul Furl Pump Fod filter— Air ClMuler TUermn«atic II*it Control Hydraulic Brake* Hydraulic Shock Al>»«rb«« . Rubbcr-Cuibioned Spring Sbtuklo \ Nuo-CUr* Windshield Cowl Vrnlllalon Ruat -Proof 1'arU ; V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V V Diamond Stars Like Bowline Dozens of men well known to the llaiuond sport have found that bowling Is one of the best means of getting into condition. Many of them favor duclt pins. Read Courier News Want Ads. WARNING ORDER : Chancery Court,' Chicfcasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Citizens fiulldlng and Loan Association, PlalntUt vs. No.'4a8fr;., V-:'•-... .William McFarlahd, et il, Defendant. The defendant, J. C; Thurmond, Is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Cittefns Building nnd Loan Association.' Dated Jan. 28. 1930. W. W. HOIAjlPETER, Cleric. ' By Harrey Morris, .D. C. Marcus.Evrard, atty ad Utem. C. A. Cunnlhghjm. Atty •lajf/fclp. •"- Jan. 29, Feb.'6-13-19 In the Justice of the Peace Court of Esq. Osear Alexander, Chick- '• aiawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. H. C. Sims, Plaintiff . vs. R. H. Ferguson, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The. defendant, R. H. Ferguson, Is warned to appear in the Justice of the Peace Court" ot Esq. Oscar Alexander, for the Chickasawba District-of Mississippi County. Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, H. C. Sims, . Witness 1 my hand as 'Justice oi the' Peace, on this 18th day of ebruary, -1930. Oscar Alexander, J. P. arrison, Smite & Taylor, Attys for Plaintiff.'.' .' 'Feb-19-26, Mar'. 5-121 ta»t Time Today Lyons LUXORA, Ark:—The local junior high school boys' quintet nosed oat the Armorel Junior high teim by the score of 11 to 10 In favor of , . the local lads, Monday night. : otAHack's' weaknesses, hls.'inabll- -^t the close of the first half the ; ity. '.ttK.cpnirol/ hjinself, .to "stand visiting-team led by a score of'6 i the g'a'H.~'We Iwl thai-the dent re- H 0 o and at 1 the end of the third '. vealed', in Hack's • armor is deeper quarter they were still leading to a than tbe : ':orte he .put In-the milk- score of 8 to.4. The locnl boys th<m man's even 'U, 'Voung did take a jot busy and overcame the lend ol pasting »nd was arrested and fined the visitors and came out at the fl foc'the^prlvUege after Hack was I big end of'the score, all through. ' ' The line-up was as follo\vs: the Ty C«M> Strike Luxora Pos. Armorel This brings to my mind the time Burnett R.F. J. Smith when Ty.Cobb almost broke up the P'kett,R'gers L.F. Smollicrman American League with an attack on Young a' tan in New York nearly 18 years Beaton ago. Ban Johnson socked Ty with | Carroll an Indefinite suspension. The Detroit players, feeling that a principle was Involved, went on strike with Cobb at Philadelphia. Ban Johnson was firm. He has tened to Philadelphia and sum moned the American League magnates at once. Meantime Hughey C. R.G. L.G. Garner A. Smith Rldenour COMMISSIONER'S SA1.F, Notice is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District 'of l.o ve Comedy Tin-ills! Jennings, rather than have his Mississippi County, Arkansas, on owner fined 11000 for not having a team on the field, collected bunch of players from a college team and played the Athletics, lo ing H to 2, . Ban TtUs 'Em Johnson notified the strlkli the 23rd day of September. 1929, wheuln Mrs. Oilllam Slarkey was Plaintiff. No. 4544, and Zelmti Craig a- 1 and Joe Craig were Defendants, HAROLD LLOYD Lloyd Corporation will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front v^To'suci taY3r.ii ^ ***•*%*%? b r i aw ' each man who participated in the City, of Blytheville, Arkansas, on •iutiny- would be fined $100. They the 15th day of March, 1830. the ' following real All Talking Comedy and New Admission Matinee 15c-35c Admission Night 25c-50c fOXY The man who breaks his word finds it never v/jll be as good as it was estate, to-wll: A strip of land described as follows: Begin »t a point 330 feet, - north of the southwest comer of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, Section 21, Township 15 North, Range 11 East, run thence north 165' feet, thence cast to the quarter quarter section line, thence south 165 feet, thence wett to the point of beginning. containing 5 acres, mote or less. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree In the sum of S51B.18 with 10 per cent Interest from September 23, 1929. The purchaser at said sale wll be required to execute bond ylth approved security, to secure th payment of the purchase mone> and a lien will be retained upo said property as additional secur ity for the payment of such pur chase money. Witness my hand and the sea ol said Court, on this the 18th da of Feb. 1930. W. W. HOLLTPCTER, Commissioner in Chance Feb. 19-2 Coming — Thursday and Fr day, Sue Carol, Nick Stewai in "Why Leave Home." HOME THEATRE Wedriesday^-One Day Only Vaudeville Vaudeville 4 Acts of WLS Showboat Vaudeville Krom the Popular CKicag Radio Station, Here in Person. You Have Heard Them Over the Air, Now See Them. With Picture—Lloyd Hughes in "Acquitted." Comedy Matinee—Picture Only 10-25c Night—Picture and Vaudeville 20c and 40c V V V •In the Vnitlnl typt of conttnutian, \ At body and chaait are deiigned at V, a unit, eliminating body itUi and ' all othtr xoodtn parti. The body u 'bolted Jirectly to the chaait, to tkat the tico becom* mutually supporting and mutually flexible. Copyriibi 19!OLr Dt Solo Mole r EIGHT 11\ THE WORLD Tbe new Chrysler-built De Soto Straight Eight, ode red at u base price of $965 (f. <>. b. Detroit), i* proving the dominant value in tlie Held of low-priced can. Neither America nor Eurojic ever before produced BO fine on eight al to low a price. It wan the sensation of the. New York Automobile Show, tn performance that results .from serene, smooth power delivered by. a superbly-designed engine—in distinction of design, beauty of appoint* men to nud riding comfort — the De Soto Straight Eight, beyond all doubt, possesses an even^ greater margin of superiority than that which made it» triumphant companion car, the DeSoto Six, the; largest- selling first-year car in the history of the industry. OTO STRAIGHT »» EIGHT LOWE MOTOR CO. Blytheville, Ark. THEWCRLPS FIRST REFINER Cominp; Attraction Soon Ritz Theatre CecaB.D*Milk's "DYNAMITE.!' Will Roger* b "THEY HAD TO SEE PARIS." Marion Daries in "MARIANNE." Victor McLaflen in "COCK-EYED WORLD." Beuie Love and Charles King "CHASING RAINBOWS' Janet Gaynor in "SUNNY SIDE UP." Ruth Chatterton in "LAUGHING LADY." Bebe Daniek and John Bole* in "RIO RITA." WATCH FOR DATES ' For months, Itarnsdall engineers have tesled the wlls. that might well have been introduced as fine lubricants. Bnt to be »nre that I hoy would withstand any test without cx«usc or failure, they have been tested under the most tcrrlfiw speeds and with conditions yon will never encounter in everyday driving. As n result, ItarnNdall offers you the filtered paraffin bm*e BE S<lUAn,E motor Oils to withstand your every motoring require, nienl. Protecting and safeguarding, a silent, smooth running powerful engine for many thousand additional miles. Obtainable wherever yon •ci^he BE SQUARE, trade mark •! the WorWs first Hefiner. SQUARE MOTOR OILS nlUrew -* rr* i

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