John Hudnell

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of to overeager-sub the game the five the powerful by a You = At horseshoe MB IKE .If us. the Rams a Kcwpies dutwelgh Locals Almost 20 Pounds to Man, But Reaves' Men Have High Hopes /"With a chance to make their season a'howling success,. even they Jose all the remaining games on: their schedule,. the- Jefferson City .Jays' will take- the field tonight tonight at : Columbia against the Hickman-High Kewpies In a continuation^ continuation^ of a high · grid rivalry that probably is one of.the oldest m this section of the slate. Over the years the Kewpies been heavily favored. Sinca 1911 they've lost only two grid games to the' Jays, and the home forces haven t turned in a victory over the Columbians during the past four years. Optimism certainly couldn't be said to pervade the iocal mole- skinners today, but it is regarded as virtually certain that the Keavesmen have a- better chance of turning the trick today than several seasons.- Despite the fact that they will be heavily out-' weighed all the way around, the Jays have a scrappy, hard-fighting hard-fighting eleven that might well upset the dope. Coach Hatfield can put a starting starting lineup on the field that 'will outweigh the local, lads almost pounds to the man. has John Hudnell, r\. - - . ' At ends he , 1 5 8 ; Chester Brewer, jr., 195, and J. T. Hartfey, 147, to choose., from. For his tackles he can use Sammy Palmer, 185; Edwin Creed, 195, and Glenn Miller, 210; at guards, Howard Goslin, 180; Dale McNaughton, 145, and- Boy'd. Lucas, ' 160. By taking .hi$ two ^heaviest /men each position, Hatfield will have a. line that averages 184 pounds per man for he has 190-pound Oick Danahe at ^center. · .. In.-; the backficld, t h e . aren't so heavy though they have a plenty capable starting quartet and three other youngsters who a nice job. Capt. Arnold Phillippe \vill get the call. at fullback, with Buddy Burnett and Jack Burnett at -halves; -and ^Harold' .rPlatz '· quarter. . : ·Should; injuries permit, Jack Walden,,ae half back, will replace. -Jack; Burnett in. the starting ineOp. -·. .~:-. -K: -_ The ya 'starting lineup still was ST.: Westerners. but uncertain f this:'morhing but Glenn Barrett, Don Stewart, .;O. W.. and Melvin -Branson probably will compose the starting: ': backfield. Barrett of course does the signal calling.. and quarterbacking with Capt. Branson taking a "good -share of the line smashing at his fullback fullback post and the halfbacks sharing sharing in the ball-lugging phase. At ends, Bob Lindley and Carl Sommerer probably will draw the nod. Jack Burton and J. W. Hord probably vyill be in at tackles with four guards all conceded a chance of starting. Frank Gaffke v Harold Reed, Jack Gaines, and .Bill Hord are the quartet of guards and two of them may start. ' At center, center, the Jay.: stalwart, Bob Shockley, Shockley, is almost "certain to get the call.- . : '- - ' - T11

Clipped from Jefferson City Post-Tribune29 Oct 1937, FriPage 8

Jefferson City Post-Tribune (Jefferson City, Missouri)29 Oct 1937, FriPage 8
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