Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 26, 1938 · Page 5
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Wednesday) October 26, 1938 HOPE STAR, HOPfr ARKANSAS With Eason Out, Bobcats to Be Handicapped for Camden Game Big Fullback Will ! Be Unable to Play Second and Third String Squads Have 2 Games This Week The Blade of the Sutherland Scythe Condi Foy Hninmons Tuesdny called on :i lliO-pound n-serve back to replace tin 1 injun.Ml Jin- Kason us tlie Bobcats prepped for thc-ir iinnutil conference conflict with tlio Cnmdun Panthers here Friday ni^hl. I llammon.s .•.aid that Iv.ison, injured] in Ihi- Nashville battle la.st week, would be unable to yet into the game Kriduy niiilit because of an ankle injury which has kepi him in -bed the pa.sl three diiy.s. Sonny Murphy. l.'tO-pmmdor. saw considerable action in the uiilhack position in Tuesday's .scrimmage .session. Uundy and Keith nl.so are being worked in the backficld and will alternate with Murphy in the Canulen game. Jimmy Taylor, one of the best 'high M'hool f.utirils in Arkansas, lias ilx-'en slowed up somewhat this week because of malaria, lie missed Monday's practice, but reported Tuesday afternoon. Taylor is about the toughest man on tin- team and if. expected to Ix; ready by jiamc-tinu- Friday. Other members of tin* squad are reported in shape. With Fason definitely out mid the 1'iinlhers pointing for the name, an in- teiestiii); battle is awaited. 'I'wn Oilier Games Assistant Coach Hill Brasher will send hi.s second and third .string squads into action this week. The Juniors go to Texaikana, Texas for a game Thursday afternoon. Thu Bobcat R team will piny at the high school stadiuin Thursday atfer- 110011. meeting the Te.xarkana, Texas B team. The admission will be ,> and IS cents. La.st w; el: the Texan.s defeated the B team. i:i in (!. in the last 20 seconds, of play at TexarUana. The sccond- .':triiif>ers hope to avenge this defeat here Thursday afternoon. Camden (Jets Heady CAMDEN, Ark.—Having their worst Ke.-son since Ifl:i2 the luckless Cnmden I-'anlhei's Ihis week began work for their inva.sion of Hope Friday night. This game has become one of the .standouts on the .schedule of'the-Bob- cats and Panthers and a large crowd is expected at Hope. To date (lie Panthers have won but ,.. one yaniL' while the Bobcats rated as leading champiomhip contenders at the slate of the .season, have lost only one game. The Bobcats have defeated Smackover and Nashville two teams Ih.-it have won from Camden. Therefore the Hope eleven is rated favorites over the Camden by three touchdowns while Hope won from them by two. Coach Sam Coleman expected to send a .scrapping buch of Panthers out (in the field Friday night. If the team can get rid of the "one quarter jinx" and the fumbling habit is discarded the locals may make it interesting. Lali-yette Smith, back who returned to duty in the Malvren game, hud to leavi.- in the fourth quarter with an injured leg an dit is hoped he will be able to start Friday night. Rest of the team is in u,ood shape. yBrien-Patterson Feud on Saturday 'CU Expects 30,000 Fans to Watch Southwest Classic Henderson Prepares for State Teachers ARKADELPHIA, Ark.—A gruelling scrimmage is being given to the Henderson Stale Reddics this week, stress- ng the offensive punches they will throw at the state champion Stale Teachers Bears at Conway Thursday: .night. Coach Lloyd Grow has a large group of powerful -players who are steadily learning more about the game. If the' rrJEtokej: of inexperience can be elim- inaled the;Reddies will be hard for anyl er than that for married men. of their opponents-this season he sal's. 'Work .this week also has stressed-de* fense against passes. '•> .Statisitcs gathered some years':&g(> in -New York state showed the death, rate of single men .to be markedly-High' •Dr. Jock -Sutherland, -with pardonable pride, poses with 'his great backficld on the steps of-Pitt Sta- iliuin before a practice session. The backs, from left to right: Harold (Curly) Stcbbins, right half; Marshall Goldberg, full; John Chickernco, quarter, and Dick Cassiano. left half. Ireland is an independent united to Denmark only by of ii fiinmum king. country, the stiv- City Meat Market CHOICE K. C. MEATS, HOT TAMALES and OYSTERS. J'ROMI'T FREE DELIVERY. I'llONE 7«7 tJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllU = USE MONTS SUGAR CURE = E When Riilcheiiig Pork and Reef : ETbis Sugar Cure is a formula that: Pitt Backs Better Than 4 Horsemen Experts Consider Panther Ball Carriers Best in History ny HARRY GRAYSON Sports Editor, NBA Service NEW YORK—Jim Crowley, one.of he Four Horsemen, considers the 'resent Pittsburgh backficld more formidable than Notre Dame's immortal executioners of 192-1. Crowley. the Fordham coach \vh wrote football history with Harry Stuhlderhcr, Elmer Layden, and Don Miller, says he never saw u professional backfield with the all-rounc capabilities of Marshall Goldberg Harold Stcbbins, Johnny Chickerneo Mid Dick Cassiano. Sleeky Jim doesn't go back to tli handlebar mustache era. but we hav- pass. Stcbbins weighs 192 pounds and stands G feet 1. He runs like a thief and can pass uncommonly well when called upon. All are seniors except Cassiano, the mallest of the lot at 172 pounds and landing 5 feet 10. He has blazing ed, drive, and bounce, and, while 10 plays the key position of left.half- jack, he has a fullback's instinct of (eking up that extra yard. Goldberg, Stebbins, Chickerneo, and •genres meal quickly; costs no more; —thun the old salt method and is; — mui'li less trouble. = Electrically Mixed Eprinlcd directions furnished frcc= = with each purchase. For Sale by _ ONTS SEED STORE, Hope. = nfct Mercantile Co,, Emmet. E M. L. Nelson, Rluvins. E GEKS & SONS, McCaskill. E STRIPING & SONS, Prescott.5 niiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiimiimiiin Washer and IronerWeek Every House Needs WESTINGHOUSE Cassiano are the blade of the Sutherland Scythe, and the good doctor and everybody who has seen them agree that belli never have a sharper .one. Coach Kern and Players 'Forget' the Wrong Down PITTSBURGH—OT- "'.11 Kern, Carnegie Tech football coach, who has done a lot of thinking about the 'fourth down" break at South Bend Saturday By KKLIX R. M'KNIGHT FORT WORTH, Texas— (/t'l—Davey ; D'Brien, the ISO pound Irish oken tnot who has forward passed nigh on a half mile in five games, draws Juliet Bill Patterson, no sandlot slinger himself, in Saturday's classic of the airways. Unbeaten Texas Christian tags along behind O'Brien; undefeated .but tied Baylor lines up behind Patterson. Little Davey, whose tiny feet have comfortably bulged the brogans o! his illustrious predecessor, Slingin Sam Baugh, has the same passing av- trage of Columbia's publicized Sic Luckman — but has gained exactly 275 more yards. Ten of the Christians' 17 touchdown; in walkover triumphs against Cen tenary, Arkansas, Temple, Texas A and M. and Marquette, have come directly from O'Brien's passing arm •While five more have been set up a the goal line for the plunge over as result of hi.s throws. But the little fellow operates under considerably more pleasant conditions than most passers, for, up there in front holding out rushers and giving him nmple time to brush up on next M6ndcy's calculus lessons on the side is a.212-pound average line. •One of the best in Southwest Conference history is that line, a fine-band of offensive blockers led by Center Ki Aklrich and Tackle I. B. Hale. It has opened holes for its backs to wedge: through for G77 yards on the ground, which chills the .rumor that Texas Christian is entirely razzle-dazzle. The tipoff on O'Brien and his passing mijgic comes deep in the statistics— I when he misses, its close. Only two of his 8G passes have been intercepted. Incidentally, O'Brien has missed but one try-for-point aftcjr touchdown in 14 attempts. To date TCU hasn'.t needed O'Brien in that department, however. 'Patterson is to 'Baylor what salt is to pepper. His throwing arm is theii •touchdown hope, as witness a 25-yard scoring pass Saturday last that gave then\ G-G tie with a Texas Aggie team that shoved them all over the rain- swept field. His kicking toe is tops in tjiie Southwest. His average is better than 40 yards and he is uncanny at steering them out of bounds. Only his kicking kept the Aggies' Dick Todd, throttled. Battered by the Aggies, who twice; reached the one-foot line but failed to burrow through Baylor's line for the| winning score, the Baylors have been shunted to the short end of the odds; against Texas Christian, which used reserves aplenty to crush Marquette. Some 30,000 are expected to overflow! TCU's stadium for the O'Brien-Patter-' son feud, in its third and final year. telegraphed John (Wrong Down); Getchell, referee of the Tech-Notre, Dame game: I "Let's forget the whole thing, consensus of our squad and myself." ! GRIDIRON LOCAL NO. 1 By Art Krenz Special This Week 6 Pound Washer S49.95 On Easy Terms. Hope Hardware COMPANY Amos Alonzo Stage's word that thost blokes would be substitutes on the Col lego of Pacific squad today. Therefore the many who rate th current Pitl combination Ihe fines that ever lugged leather may be fa fnom wrong. "The .Notre Dame backs of 1924 were as fast.as Goldberg, Stcbbins, Chickerneo, and Cassiano," asserls Crowley. 'We had superior passing and more • killful kicking by Laden, bill we lacked the physical advantages . . . uml consequently the power ... of he four phenomenal Panthers." Dr. Suthorland Will Tell At the conclusion of this season, Dr. Jock Sutherland' will tell the world that Goldberg, Stebbins, Chickerneo, and Cassiano formed Ihe finest set of backs he ever drilled. It is extremely doubtful if any backfield ever matched them for sheer pow- ar. All are highly proficient and can run in either direction. "Biggie" Goldberg, who weighs 184 pounds and stands 5 feet lO'/a, would be thp best guard or end on Ihe Pill varsity were he nol a back. Goldberg is "the hardest runner of the four and is of good speed, although he and Chickerneo are not as rapid as Curly Stcbbins, and Cassiano is the speediest of th'e quartet. Strictly a team man, Goldberg sacrificed the running position of left halfback this full to block, and hLs teammates love him for it. He kicks well enough and throws a short pass with deadly accuracy. Chickerneo Prefers Blocking Chickerneo, who calls plays, is the ideal Mocker . . . would rather throw a good one tlian score a touchdown It doesn't pay un end lo fool Chick, foi the next time the Panther quarterback will swipe him right up into tin bleacher seats. Chick, who .scales 18! pounds and is C feet 1 inch tall, kickt good enough and throws a nice ' »»> -\ X T OO& • '?rrVrt3^ ° ' "fcflSi^ " ^- Ir ^s$$£ VB^^ C #BA& sS -^r^otf ^!%r£. DO 14 - Hope Auto Co YOUR FORD DEALER' /* 40 MINUTES ToPAi... ITU. COST V/1 OVERTIME.. AND A, HALF AIEWS ITEM: YOUNG 8USS£y, STAR HALFBACK. WSWSSAL LOUISIANA, STATE ON HIS EFFORTS TO PORM, UNION. ONE TACKLE GRADUATE WOULD BE WORTH A6A/HST PITTSBURGH BLOCKING, &I*ARDS CONSIDERED CREDITS FOR EACH TACKLE. v/t'ST ot"-CV? THE BI& GAME.,. SO CENTS AN BENCH FOR PRORATED ~Jb OPPOSITION- . Each weekend an All-America team of crack Associated Press sports writers gets down under the ball to bring you brilliant, thorough coverage of the nation's outstanding football classics. Here's the lineup of one "eleven" which has names known from coast to coast for high calibre pigskin reporting: Paul Mickelson, New York; Charley Dunkley, Chicago; Whitney Martin, Kansas City; Fritz Howell, Columbus; Eddie Brietz, New York; Robert Myers, Los Angeles; Russ Newland, San Francisco; Kenneth Gregory, Atlanta; Gayle Talbot, New York; Earl Hilligan, Chicago; and Bill King, Boston. Every Saturday, you'll find this all-star cast in the press boxes at the great gridirons of the country. And they are only part of the team, Their expert stories are augmented by those of a hundred other Associated Press correspondents who cover the football fields in every state of the union. Together, this vast array of sports writing talent produce an average of 57,000 words every Saturday afternoon,—enough to fill 70 newspaper columns! Read the complete story of football this fall in this paper. Hope m. Star A Member Of The Associated Press

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