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Wednesday, October 2?. 1937 STAR, flOPB, ARKANSAS PAGti Star Dust By LEONARD Al Rose, the Cmmlcn commentator, is mlvoaiting n split Iti (lie newly organized high school football conference, nml is in favor of mlding four or five (euros to Die present organization. Hoie speaking; "Today we went to address a communication to (lie powers thai be in tho now high school conference. This will lx? our firs! say on the conference but not our last. They probably w,il! not listen but we an.- going to say our piece uud keep on. 'We've always !«•- lievod in that policy. In the first place there are three or four tennis in tin- .stale that should be in the conference. In the second place the conference should be divided into a north and south half and the winners then play for the state championship. If this is done, then increase the membership to 20 teams with ten in each half "Teams like Smnckovcr. Texarkana. Nashville, and Di Queen should be in any conference in this state. Year in tmd year uut tho.se four teams are just as good us the average teams in the state and better than some. We will discuss each team. There is Smackover. It battles Camden iind Hope hurd each year and hus defeated El Dorado two years hand running. What more do you wnnt'.' TexarkariH Is one of the toughen! foes the Panthers meet tmd the Porkers are a classy outfit. They can hold their own with any team. The Camden fnms will vouch for that. Coach Perry of Hot Springs knows how tough the Porkers are and he quit plnying them. Nushvillv is as tough as they make them and teams that mee! the Scrappers euch year will tell you the *nine. Camden and Hope cun testify to the toughness of the Scrappers. DeQueen while not overly stout this year is consistently good and last year turned in tho Number One upset with a victory ovar Hope. (Editor's Note: And Nashville turned in q No. 1 upset with a victory over Camden last year!. "There nre other teams we could mention that rank with other good clubs. Get ten from the north half and ten from the south half. Put Little Rock in the north half and make the Tigers and Blytheville play each year. Unless our guess is wrong Blytheville nnd Little Rock will go I through undefeated and we will have ' the same situation that has existed for! yearn, two or more teams claiming the | title and nothing done about it. These j two don't meet this year. We have '• plenty tough ones in this south half. | Pine Bluff, Hope. Camden. Hot Springs, i Fordyce, Texarkana, Nashville. De- Queen, Smnckover. et al, will give any team plenty to add new gray hairs for j conches year after year. > "Camden, for instance this year has i played only two conference foes and lost both of them, but remember the '• loses were the top ranking clubs. Cam- dcn plays and wins from such tough foes UK Smackover. Nashville, and i Texarkana. yet gets no credit for win- ( ning while teams knock over Bcnton,; Russellville, Jbncsboro and a few oth- | ers and rate as top flightcrs in the con- ' fcrence. Either these teams will have ' to be added to the conference or we'll , advocate Camden dropping some of its better teams and pluy some of the weak sisters inside the "charmed circle" in order to save its face. Personally ' we'd rather see the Panthers play the same tough schedule year in and year out, hut what's the use if you arc not going to get any credit in the standings for wins, ami if you got defeated, then your prestige is materially reduced. "For the past ten years we've advocated a two-way conference with north winner playing the south half winner. We'll put the South Arkansas teams against the best the north half has to offer and day, nnd place, any time. "Around about Turkey Day look for another state championship muddle. Two learns and maybe some smaller school will be laying claims to the slate title." Southern Teams in Good Showing Win All of Their Intersection Contests Last Week-End Camden Confident of Victory Over Hope Friday Panthers to Seek Revenge in Game Record Crowd Expected for Southwest Arkansas Classic CAMDEN, Ark.—Returning to their hume field after a successful jaunt to the border city last week-end, tho Camden Panthers are working daily at Abbott Fiold for their next game here. The Panthers take on the Hope Bobcats al 8 Friday night. A record crowd in expected if the weather is fair. Hope will send a big delegation to Cnmden to try to rival the big crowd that went to the Camden-Hope game last year. Caniden fans chartered n special train for this game. Tho Panthers haven't forgotten the 1936 game when with Capt. Tanner, vttenin center and signal culler, called away from the squad just as the team was leaving for the Fame, the locals went out on the Hope field and battled the Bobcats for three periods and in Ihe fourth had it touchdown run nullified and then Ihe Bobcats completed a long pass and won fi to 0. ll was a brilliant but a heart breaker for the locals. This your they wnnt to avenge that defeat and the team is confident it can. Too. Hope is undefeated in conference play and Ihe Panthers are anxious to be the first to turn the trick in the state. A fwnor Panther. Grady Quimby, is now with the Hope team. He is plaing tackle. For the first lime his former teammates will be arrayed against him. The Panthers face a lough week of work and Ihcy will have several new formations to work on. j More of the stadium has been completed nnd will he ready for use Friday night. Hope fans will use the south side while local fans will occupy the stadium Hope fans have chartered a special train. The team nnd band will ride Ihe train ;is well as many students and townspeople. The train will leave Hope between •S-.HO and 5 p. in. and reach here at G::tO p. in. The Missouri Pacific station is juM a block from the Caniden football field. On the return trip the train will leave about 10:43 p. in. Winning Plays of 1937 Pass Play Clicks Perfectly A* Carnegie Tech Rudely Dumps Irish by major teams like Army. Navy and Princeton over such out-classed opposition ;is Virginia, William and Mary and Washington U. of Si. Louis. CATCHES A/OJttE DAME'S 42, V7S 75 ONE -YARD J-ME., BALL. P/?O.H CENTER, A FEW STEPS SACK To LEFT, AND To " - PASS FRO,\\ S7/?aV6 SiDE TO THE IEPT /s GOOD EOF? 59 AND PUTS CARUE6IE T£CH /A/ PO&ITiOM TO SCORE CM KOTtfE DAM£ O/\'£-YAf?D i-ME //V 9-7 UPSET... PILL KER.M. CAKHE6IE tty ART KIIEN/ NEA Service Spurts Writer win. and gave everything they had. Rood for 59 yards and placed the ball One of those major-minor victories. I in ix)s j t j on f or u touchdown. Army's field day against Washington, j Tnt . Scots scorci | n, pir touchdown made up a third of the East's triumphs ! ()n j| H , of the past week end. Fordham, with i duju-te its one-point defeat of Texas Christian. Carnegie Tech gained only seven the last second dove and caught Male- yards from scrimmage repelling Noire Ian by the legs. Matelan bounced over Dame. 9-7. in Pittsburgh, and complet- the goal line on his elbows, bul the ed only one pass, bul Ihe latter was ball was brought back to the one- Notre Dame 42 and ran straight down the field close to the side lino Thjj . ha ^ often lha( jt js nex , Andy Puplus. Irish quarterback, at ; to impossibl( . to CO rrectly size up a yard line, where the carrier firsl hit the ground. On the next play, Leo Napotnik. full- first two plays of the second back, plunged ihroguh the Notre Dame uarter. line for the touchdown. 'With the ball on the Carnegie Toch On the pass, Karl Striegle. lefl end. and Pittsburgh, derisive winner over .| () mu | t|ie Skibos in a strong side for- went down and to the right sucking previously unbeaten Wisconsin, took •• m:lllon l( , ( | u . | cft . Merlyn Condit, Ihe defensive right halfback out of po- scphomore right halfback, took the sition. Steve Miklnucic, right end, also team by looking at it in one game. Again a Minnesota team is an example of how a squad's play may change from one week-end lo another. The Gophers were just another ag- Prescott Wolves to Meet Bearden Game Will Be Played at Prescott Stadium Thursday Night PRESCOTT, Ark.—Due to the fact that many local fans would in all probability wish to be out of town Friday night, the game between Bearden and Prescott has been moved up to Thursday night. Bearden has a good season record and is expected to bring many of their local boasters to Prescott wilh them. The Wolves will be in much better condition than they, hove been at any time this season. They are this week practicing hard to overcome some of the weaknesses shown in the last few games and are determined to show local fans that they are worthy of the fine support given them in the Gurdon gfjme. It is hoped that this fine support will continue and the boys will try to show their appreciation by fighting hard to maintain Prescott's reputation of the past on the gridiron. Remember the change to Thursday night. Defense Studied in Porker Drill Coach Thomsen Apparently Is Satisfied With His Offense FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—(/Pi—Apparently satisfied wilh an offensive that has averaged two touchdowns a game this- season. Coach Fred Thomsen put his University of Arkansas Razorbacks gregation against Nebraska andl Indiana. Practically everyone was ready to give up on them when they snapped out of it and put on an almost flawless exhibition against Michigan. I am not at all sure that they'll hit that peak again. We must wait and see what the remaining games bring out. Ateam cannot be fairly appraised in one start. It should be judged on what it does- throughout an entire schedule. Chicks' Game Will Count «TBig 15" Blytheville Team to Invade Greenwood, Miss., FH-, day Night BULLETIN LITTLE HOCK.-H/Pi-President f. H. Alford of the Arkansas High School Athletic Conference announced late Wednesday that the BlytheViUe* Greengood. Miss., game this week Will not be considered a conference en* counter. Conference (earns must pfay five games in the league each season. The conference tagged the Blyth- ville-Greenwood game a conference tilt because the Chicks had only fotlr conference games on the card at that time. Later Blytheville scheduled Hope for November 5. giving Blytheville five games in the conference. One reason the success ot Nebraska's football team this season is Elmer Darn-inarm, the • end snagging n pnsit above. He stands 0 loot 3 Inches nnd • weighs more than 200 pounds. through intensive tackling drill Tuesday in preparation for their Homecoming Day game against the Texas Aggie Saturday. The Porkers have permitted several long runs by opponents this fall after apparently having the ball carriers BLYTHEVILLE, Ark.-BlytheviUe's untied and undefeated Chicks Will at j tempt to strengthen their position in the Arkansas High School Confeferide race when they engage the strong Greenwood (Miss.) Bulldogs at Greenwood Friday night in a game which will be counted as a conference affair. The Chicks were sent through a long scrimmage session Tuesday by Coaches Joe Dildy and Mitchell Best. Little Russell Mosley. the Chicks' triple threat man, is suffering from a wrench* ed back but is scheduled to start. A win would give the Chicks a total of three victories without a defeat In the Arkansas Conference. When the conference was formed Blytheville was granted permission to count the game as a conference contest, because five conference opponents were required for membership in the association and Blytheville at that time had scheduled only four. The Chicks have defeated North Little Rock and Hot Springs in conference competition. stopped. Thomsen said that better de.- fensive play would be needed to stop the Aggies' hard-running Dick Todd and company. The coach also outlined several new ground plays which he said should give the Razorbacks a better balanced offensive. The Arkansas aerial attack has been virtually the only weapon o£ the team this season. Quarterback Jack Robbins will be in the lineup against the Aggies, seeding action for the first time in two weeks. care of Ihe others. NEW YORK. - i,1'i - Plowing ahead with all the decisiveness of one of their old-style democrnlic landslides, sc.uthern football teams swept alt before them in inlerseciional competition this pnsl week end and thus jacked up their percentage enormously. Helping Dixie's representatives no little was the fact thai (he east, leader laM year and this, turned in a miserable showing against teams from other sectors. The boys along the Atlantic seaboard remain in first place—Ihe west const record .still is perfect, but takes in only three games-—yet their margin iu; longer is so decisive. Winning but three of eleven major contests lust Saturday, the easlerners saw their season record fall off to 2U won and thirteen losl. The South, represented by favored Alabama, Duke nnd Centenary, against George Washington. Colgate nnd Arizona, pulled up just short of Ihe .500 mark al 14 victories and 15 defeats. There is one strong point of argument, however, favoring the Old South, the Mid-West, next in line nt il and 14. and the .Southwest, wilh 4 nnd 8. over the East The Eastern record includes a generous handful of triumphs scored ROD ER "America's Finest Gas Range" KASV TERMS The Mid-West and South split the eight decisions over Eastern elevens. Detroit over Boston College, Western Reserve over Boston U.. Notre Dainv over Navy nnd St. Louis, in its upset of Cntholic U., backed up the Dixie triumphs previously mntioned. Eibht intersectianal games are to be played this Friday nnd .Saturday and ns usual, the Easl s represented most heavily. On Friday night Duc|iiesne and George Washington will square off against the Soulh's Richmond and the Southwest's Tulsii, while on Saturday Boston College, Army and Fordham Will face North Carolina Slate. VMI and North Carolina, from the South, and Villanova. tied but unbeaten and un.scored on, will move against all- winning Detroit on the Titans' home ground. Tho only two in which Eastern teams don't figure will send Santa Clara, another of the unbeaten-untied contingent, ayainst deflated Mar- quelle at Milwaukee, and Auburn's powerful Plainsmen against Mice, ball from center. He took a few steps went down and to the right. Coleman back and to the left and hurled a pass Kopcsak, quarterback, worked on the to Jerry Matelan, who from the wing- defensive left tackle. Nnpotnik took back position went down field and care of the defensive left end. The ightly to the left. strong side guard pulled out and block- Matclan caught the bull on tho ed the defensive right end. Bernie Bierman Rates Nebraska Team As One of Toughest Squads in Nation Cornhuskers Are Well Equipped for Rough Road Ahead—Keeping' the Team In High Spirits Coach's Big Problem By BERNl'E BIERMAN Head Coach University of Alinuesulu MINNEAPOLIS.-How good are the Cornhuskers'.' I've been asked that question ever since Minnesota went down to tin unexpected defeat at the hands of an inspired Nebraska team. which finaly has discovered a scoring Tn(? {| ,, c ,. y has ljw , n |H , pM ed morc f re . punch, at Houston. One Service A Year DONEGAL, Irish Free Slale-i.Ti— To avoid payment of taxes and ensure benefits accruing from past bequests, one service a year is held at Gwcedore Protestant church. The church is virtually in ruins and has only one parishioner, a hotel keeper Sculptural works were first made in China during the Ch'm dyn;.M. 22\206 B. C. fluently since the Gophers staged quite a comeback at Ann Arbor and repelled Michigan. 39-0. I really can't tell you how good Nebraska will go throughout the .season, but will say that the Cornhuskers must be classed with the nation's finest any time Maj. Biff Junes can get them as high us he had them for Minnesota al Lincoln. Nebraska was in mid-season form for Minnesota. The Cornhuskers put up one of the most desperate fights 1 ever witnessed in football Bul Ihe Cornhuskers had In go to Good Time Was Had by All Harry W, Shiver Plumbing- Electrical PHONE What happens when a (?reat halfback tries to get off a pass a»d a jfrcat end tries to stop him is graphically portrayed i" this picture, which shows Picte Todd, Texas Hggic triple-tin eater, attempting to Jet so with an aerial as Texas A. & M. defeated Manhattan 14.7 j n N CW york. Parjin? in o» Todd is Jaeb Paly, Jasper captain. Both boys, by their sensational play. Indicated they'd be rljlH to the ruiutiuff when the experts started "all" teams thi# " the fourth quarter the following week before they bent Iowa Stule, which h;id been routed by Northwestern, 3;i-0. The following Saturday, Jones' team w;i.s held to u scoreless tie in mud by an Oklahoma outfit which didn't carry much advance ballyhoo. II may be thai the Minnesota game took a lot out of the Nebraska squad. 1 he Cornhuskers were so highly keyed for the Gophers that they may not reach that peak again. Huskcrs Well Ki|nipped for Rough K( at) AhLitil I expected Missouri to furnish Nebraska with real opposition at Columbia, October 23, and from what Indiana .showed us in the way of natural ability. 1 predict that the Hoosiers will prove plenty lough for the Cornlui.sk- ers at Lincoln, October !iU. Bo McMillan has one of the best balanced arrays in the Big Ten—one al- iimst certain to finish high in the standings. Everybody knows that I'UtshurKh will be exceedingly lough when the Cornhuskers make their one astern appearance, November l.'i. Afjain there are a number of uui- .staiidiiif.; athletes in ihe Nebni>ka lineup. Charley Brock ranks wilh the nmrc accomplished centers. He turned in spectacular perlormances against us last year jujcl this. He's one of t)m.sc tree lance centers who always is in the right spot. That was the case iigainsl us two falls hand running at least Then there is ihe husky tackle, Fred Shirey. He did more damage to uur running attack than any one else in the Nebraska lineup. Every tune I looked up he seemed lo be parked in our backfield. He is fast, has a terrific charge, and packs the reiiuircd weight. Johnny Huwcll ul quarterback is aiir other of Jones' key men. He did u first class job of picking plays against Minnesota. He's a bcUur-tlum-avcr- age blucker. 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