The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1930 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 24, 1930
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'PAGE six • Earle Independents Bowl . Over "Hack and Mack" •Troupe, 56 to 17. • ". It didn't take much exertion on the part of the Earle Cardinals If show a big crowd that packed the 'Ghawnee gym Saturday night Ilia' • as basketball players "Hack and Mack" and their University of Tennessee five must be great football wonders. Certainly (hey dcm- . onstntcd nothing to show I hey nre overly endowed with talent on the hardwood court- in taking an easily administered 50 to n defeat. However, to the credit of the u. of-T. u. HIUS be remembered hat the quintet opposing the Cards w •composed .of second and thlriJ string members of the Vol cage squad on a.barnstorming tour featuring • Uie"' > loi(chdow» twins- Gene McEver'and Buddy Hiickman. Al- thobgh the "twins'" failed to dls- pl»y. anything'.mnisua! on the ccurr all •:• the fans who gathered tj glimpse the famous pair agreed tlw two carried nil the marks of great gridders. Jelly Alkcn and Jndc Baseman were the most persistent thorns In the side of the Vols. Alken found the basket with uncanny regularity from every angle of the court while the gigantic Jude lowering several inches above his tallest opponent, had the time of his life. This Alkcn, who Ihe Earle man- «ger says holds (he all-time south- erh conference record for point* scored In a season, tossed n gonl whenever the Cards decided they • needed one. It was a well-oiled machine the Cardinals showed the ' fans at Shawnce, many of them tvntclrine the Arkansas Independent champs for the first time. The best play of the evening came in the final half of Ihe game with only two men handling tin ball. Baseman. Card center, smacked the ball, on the toss-up at center straight down the court, into the waiting arms of Alkcn \vln promptly looped (lie ball Into the •basket. The play astonished the • Vols and fans alike. Early Maxwell, world's free throw champ, gave an.exhibition of his skill between halves. The Memphis sport .writer; using what appeared to be an unorthodox style, dropped In goals from the free throw line as casually as though It was only every day business with hlm.^ Sev. eral misses at ! inopportune times spoiled, anything approaching a record, 'however. .The' Luxora Red Aces defeated Scott Floored By Sparring Partner COUIUKR-NKYVS 1 It must have been another of those Scou Jokes. Surely llie gentleman being assisted from a prone' .Illon on the canvas couldn't be Phil Scott, the eminent pugilistl YOL so It „_„„ the cameraman PHWI around at the visiting heav^clshf.s most emtarnatag moment, J,, st after ho h.^te by a crushing right-hand s w ln y dolive^l by J,ck Renault, a sparring „. The unexpecte «.Ujm portrayed In thU exclusive Courier Mc^-NEA Service photo occurred at Scolfs Talning am° In Miami. Fin., where ha Is gutting r cndy fo r his mucli-ndverllse,! bout with Jack Sharkey the Marked Tree Independent loam in the urellmlnnry gnnie. The llnc-ni)s of the Vol-Enrlc gnuii.' follow: Enrle Pos. rj. O f T Johnson F. Hackrntin Vlnconl P. McEvc-r Bnseiniui C. Coructl Laird G. Brown West a. jjisnov Bird sub. POX NearlJ all of the metal vanadium, used In making "high-speed" tool steel, comes from a deposit, in the Peruvian Andes, at au altitude of more tlian 16,000 feet above sea level, and Is brought down on the backs of llamas to shipping points. Even as early as 1891, Congress appropriated 110.000 for' bombarding the clouds with cannon shot In gn effort to bring roln. Theatre Monday and Tuesday SEE! HEAR! The Greatest of All ••=/.-• Cecil,!}.-De Mill's First Talking Picture •. •• . — with.4- Conrad Nagel,.Kay Johnson Charles Bickford and Juliti Faye Youth! Song! Gaiety! Drama! Malt hews High Wins Tourney At Sikeston SIKESTON, Mo.—Matthews Iitgh scliool baskL'lbnll team downed Caps Qlnirdeau, 36-30 In 'a hara fonglii game here to win the fifth nnmial Invltntlon toiirnninent. In cla« "B" minis Bloomficlct defeated Hnytl, 20-23. An nll-stnr tenm selected by officials plncert Davis, ot Cni>c Girar- de.iu, as captnln nnd fonvnrd; C. McDowell of Frultlnud, forward: Colyer of Bloomtloltl, center; King of Mattliew.s, guard, and B. Glenn of Campbell, guard. Buck Sutlon. lanky center' for Matthews, wns voted the best Individual player In the tourney. The tournament In brief: Class u, Friday afternoon- Bertram! 18, Haytl 28. Maiden 12. East Prairie 13. Morehouse 20, Bloojnfield 29. Lilboum 10, Charleston 38 Class A. Friday nlsht: Annlston 17. Campbell 25. Advance 27, Matthews 40. Slkeslon is, Cnpo olrardcau 33 Pruilland 22, Chadec 26. Semi-finals Class B, Saturday morning, Feb. 22. Haytl 34, East Prairie 26. Bloomfleitl 20, Charleston 1C. Semi-finals Clnss A, Saturday afternoon: Matthews 27, Campbell 23. Cape Olrardeau 42. Chaffee 15. Finals Class B, Saturday niglii Bloomfleld 29. Hayti 23. Finals class A. Saturday night: Matthews 36, Cape Oirardcaii 30 MEET RElEffi Eighteen Games Scheduled In Annual Event At Caruthersville, Mo. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.-Drnw- Ings for the annual Pemlscot County cage tournament have been completed and a total of 18 games will t>c played Thursday nighl Fri- uay and Saturday, Feb. '21 and 2a and March 1. Suut. Harold S. Jones, Floyd Barnlmrt of Carnthersvllle, W p Myers of Holland, and L. a wil- «m of Sleele, completed the draw- Ings The tournament finals will be played Saturday night in 111.' gymnasium at the local hii-li school while the consolation finals will be pluyed that afternoon. Eight trophies will bo awarded, four fact) hi (he boys and girls' division The two tournament finalists nrA Hie cotiiolatlon finalists In each division will receive a trophy and an ail star team will be picked from the ulrls' and boys' teams. The EtCL'le and Ciiruthcrsville girls ami tlic Stole and HayII boys will piny the Hrst. games Thursday ni^li'i while a of nine games will uc played Friday and seven will !*• played Saturday. The drawings: Girls' Tournament Bracket Game 1—steele us. Ctuuthers- vllle, 7:30 Thursday nlsht. Game 3—Hayti vs. Cooler, Jl a m. Friday. Game 7—Winner of game i vs Deering, bye; 2 p. in. Friday. Game 10-Winner of games 3 nnd 5; 7:30 Friday nlsht Game 17—Winners of games 7 and 10; 7:30 Saturday night, finals Clrls' Consobtinn Bracket Game 0—Losers of games 3 nn:l 5: 4 p. m. Friday. Game 13—Losers of games-1 and 7; 10 a. m. Saturday. Game 15—Winners of games 9 and 13: 3 p. m. Saturday, finals Boys' Tounranirnt Brackei Game 2—Hayil vs. Steele; R-30 Thursday night. Game* Carnthersvllle vs Holland; 1 p. in. Friday. Game 8—Cooler vs. winner ol t'amc 2; 3 p. m. Friday. Game 11—Winners of games 4 and 0: 8:30 Friday night. Game 18—Winners of games 3 and 11; 8:30 Saturday night, finals. Boys' Consolation Bracket Game 12—Losers of games 4 anil 6; 9 a. in. Saturday. Game 1G—Winners of games '12 and 14; 4 u. m. Saturday, finals. Read Courier Want Ads. Carr-M'Rae on Osceola Fistic_Card Jack Carr, veteran heavyweight and Stanley McHae, Luxora't tlstic ncp«, will feature Happy Pore- man's fight cardat Osceola tonight They are scheduled for eight rounds or lew with the otids top- heavy [hat the bout wlJl not go Ihe full distance.. McRae holds a three round knockout win scored over Carr several weeks ago at the Osceola, a- renn but such a dispute arose over the count given Carr that PTC- man rcmatched the two to bring the argument to a definite conclusion tonight. A number of other bouts promise a lively sel of preliminaries. NOTICE OK ANNEXATION The highest mountain peak in I In; United Slates Is Mt. Whitney, H,50l diet nbove sea level; the lowest point of dry land Is in DeiiUi Valley, 270 feet belou- sau level. Both of these are In California mid only 86 miles apart. HOME THEATRE Monday and Tuesday Silent Picture with Miss Payne at Pinno Novelty Keel South Scit ^ Royal ; Hiuvaiians and 'Fox Mews ^Admission ;\ Matinee 10-35c Nilflil 2f>-50c Shows and Beautiful Nixon With G-ood Co I lie (ly Admission Matinee and 10-25 C Coming Wednesday and Thursday Will Rogers in "They Had to See Paris" Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Maurice Chevalier in "The Love Parade" COMING TO THE RITZ THEATRE SOON. WATCH FOR DATES Man* Davies in "MARIANNE." Victor McLa«l«i (n "COCK-EYED WORLD." Besrie Lo?e and Charles King "CHASING RAINBOWS' Juwt GajrMr IB "SUNNY SIDE UP." Bcbe Dankk and John Boles in "RIO RITA." JUST ARRIVED 2 CAR LOADS [3 More Car Loads On the Road} John Deere Farm Implements 1 Car Load Horse Drawn Equipment 1 Car Load Tractors and Equipment We are in position to fill your needs in FARM EQUIPMENT We also carry complete line of repair parts for all John Deere Equipment. BROWNE & BILLINGS, Inc. [New Blytheville Feed and Coal Co.] West of Court House Walnut & Railroad St. Phone 196 Notice is lierc'jy g:/en that the question of annexing the contlg- lous territory described below will be submitted to the qualified electors at'the next annual election to be held on the 1st day of April 1930, that said conttglous territory desired to be annexed IB that property contiguous and Immediately south of the present city limits in the area bounded and described as .follows: Begin at the Northwest Corner of the south Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Fifteen. Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Eleven <)1) East, Mississippi County. Arkansas, thence south 850 feet, thence east 1013 feet, thence north 850 feet, thence west 1013 feet to point of beginning, belnir Blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and C of the Holllpeter and Shonyo Addition with streets and nlleys. Bated this February 11, 1930. NEIL REED. Mayor. ATTEST: S. C. CRAIG, Clerk. Feb. 17-24, Mar. 3-10 WERT He Makes 'Em Sec In the Mississippi Chancery Court, Chlckasawba District American Building and Loan Association, and W. L. Delony, u Trustee, Plaintiffs. vs No. «03 F. H. Garner, et al, Defendants WARNING OBDER The defendants C. H. Garner and Ida L. Garner are warned to appear in this court within thirty days from this date and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, American Building & Loan Association, and W. L. Delony, as trustee. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the £*al of the above court this 10th day ot February, 1930. W. W. J1OLL1PETER, Clerk of the above Court. By Harvey Morris, D. C. tSEAL) Nelll Reed, Atty ad LHem. Feb. 10-17-24, Mar. 3. Head Courier News Want Ads.. Royal C. Mills Public Accountant and Auditor Specializing in Income Tax, Bookkeeping Systems, Phone 52 rngrant Bldg, Blytheville. Ark. Accessories for the Man Belu of cowhide in novelty ot plain colored each .49c«nd.98c Siupenden in police back or cross back style, pair, . „ ' 49c and 89c Majestic Single Grip Garten, aatin pad, pair, 25c and 49c Moredge Blades For Double-edge Razors 5for25 C Double edge blades that will fit any double-edge razor. Very keen, smooth shaving blades at a very low price. 10 ihaving edges for 2£c, Spring Sewing Needs, each You will find—elastic by the yard, Penguard safety pins, Vcncq brass pins, Pcmmald n«dles, Tcnisnap snap fasteners, Pemmaid hooks and eyes, cotton tape, Dutch linen tape, Pcmmaid buttons, bone crochet hooks, thimbles, tape measures and stocking darncrj. Small NeedsforO Sewing, each Grouped it this low price—tape measures, scissors, thim- Uej, steel crochet hooks, sewing machine needles, elastic by the yard, Penimaid buttons, Pcnimaid twill upe, embroidery hoops, Penunaid snap fasteners, needles and needle books, Ptnimaid brass pins and safety pins, Penimiid bias tape and Penimaid rick-rack braid. Penimaid Silk Thread Oc a spool Tentrmid silk thread is worthy of yovtr smartest dresses. You wilt find .in assortment of new shades to match the Spring shades ir fabrics. . JACIEL TOILETRIES Comp»«s 49c and 98c Rouge 49c Compact Refills 2Jc Face Powder 39c and 69c Talcum Powder 19c and 29c Cold, Tuiue and Vanishing Cream. ,23c and 39c Perfume and Toilet Water ggc Cleansing Tisjue 23c Face Lotion 29c J

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