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lAGUBIX BLYTilKVILLK (AHK.). .COURIER NEWS *• • * * T "f^ T ^^" ~~ " ' ~—' SA ' J kittle JKo^Overpowers Blytheyille, 48 toO LJntrman \/»st»</ir n n r- _.-.... i ~ "—~~— ' —? ^^ SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, is.].} Hoffman Scores 22 Tiger Points Chicks Lose First Conference Contest By Lop-Sided Score BV JOHN' 1IELFOIU) JH. United I'rcss Coircspondcnl LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 7 — Scoring an average of one point-per- JJiiJiiite a mighty Ltille Hock high school Tiger eleven last night rolled over the once-powerful niy- llieville High School Cliicknsflws, 480, before a crowd estimated tit inor thBn 6,000 persons in Little Roc high school's stadium. From the'opening mimiles of th game until Hie final whllstlc blc\ It was the Tigers game, and thi Chicks failed to singe a slngd threat against Coach Abbll Bur nctt's Bengals. Big Jolin Hoffman, (lie Tiger, ace fullback and leading scorer. li the Big 15 conference, rmnblet through the sagging Clilck line lime and again to pile up yardage and build the path for Tiger touchdowns. Hoffman himself accountei for three of th e Tigers touchdowns and boosted his scoring record bv [-.Icking four exlra points. Little Johnny Heslir, Tiger halfback, accounted for two of the Benga scores as did reserve back Jimm> Eberis. As far as the Chick offensive effort "went, it was Harvey Poguc Frank Nicholson, Stanley Hood aru Jimmy Smart who carried out the chores. But the combined efforts of these four backs, plus a seemingly, weak-wall failed to cross the SO yard stripe but once, and then were knocked out of the picture on a Jumble. Hcsttr Scores Early With the game less than four minutes old. Heslir swept nromid left end from the Chick 20 to go over for the initial touchdown. The Chicks, after moving the kickoff lo their own 21, were knocked to their 15. Smart kicked and Hestir returned it to the 43. The Chicks suffered a five-yard penalty on the ^noxt play and the Tigers'moved to the 38 yard line. Hoffman then smashed through center to (he HI for a first down. James Albright moved the ball to the Chicks 28. and on the next play picked up eight yards to the 20. And on the next play Hestir scored. Hoffman kicked the extra point, At ,the end of first, quarter, the Tigers had worked the ball to the Chick 11 yard line. When piny iV sumed in the second quarter, Gene Kcmper, Chick tackle, knocked Hoffman right end on the next play for a touchdown. • Hoffman's kick for'the extra point was'ROtxl. On the klckoff, Smart picked the bnlj.up on his 20 and raced to his own 41. Nicholson picked up n yard. On' the next play he swept around right end to the 48. Fumble Hurts Chicks Jimmy Smart plunged 'o the Tiger, 49. He went to the 45 on the next. play. But the Chicks threat •ended when Nicholson fumbled and the Tigers recovered on the Blytheville 41 yard stripe. Hestir moved It.to the 38. On the next play Hoffman fumbled around left end for the third touchdown. Hoffman's try'.'for the extra point was ,no good. As the second quarter neared an end, Blythevllle found themselves on their own 29. Smart passed to David Sylvester, who was brought down - on- his 34. A play later, Smart's pass to Nicholson was Intercepted by Gene Hall, who carried it to the Chick two yard line. Jimmy Eberts went over for the fourth tally. A plunge for the extra point, failed. The most sensational play or the entire game came at the oponine of the second half. Scores On Kickoff Hoffman took Blytheville's kickoff on his own 15, headed for the right side lines nnd, behind brilliant blocking, went down the field , for the fifth touchdown. His kick lor the etxra point was good Several minutes later the Ben- gals hit pay dirt for a sixth time. Unable to move against the stron" Tiger wall, Smart kicked from his own 30 to the Tiger's 45. where Hestir picked It to return It to the " 50. On the first place, reserve back Buddy Coleman passed to Wayne Berry. Berry dashed to the 30 and when several chicks converged on him, lateralled to Hestir who earned the ball to the 20. From the 20 Hoffman scampered around right end for another tally. His .kick for the extra point was good. The seventh score came as a result of a' pass by Hood, which was Intercepted by Hall on the Chick 4o yard line, who went to the 25 and then lateralled to Eberts \vho went over. The try for the extra point failed. In the opening minutes of the final quarter, the Chicks, after taking the kickoff, were pushed back to their own 10. Singleton attempted to punt, but the kick was blocked and the ball rolled behind the Chick goal where it was recovered by the Tigers for a safety two points. - • — ' ' " — ^— ^^ Browns Rap Four Card Hurlers As Kramer Pulls Through With 6-2 Win, Giving Browns Lead SPORTSMAN'S PARK, St. Louis, Oct. 7 (U.l'.)-Those hiUcss wonders of U,c American League t no SI ouis Browns, lot loose with s«m e unexpected 1 W , w ,» wc ? to lakc tho lhl "' ™ e ° r "» Browns a ^ me lend in the series n"T I'n Cim ' S °" e - ni » lca<1 " UlC ? nmc widc " wny in the ih *^~£o Kr imtr lim of the Brownie belting, the same Wilks whose sweeping curve bail brought him n victories during tlie regular season Although Kramei allowed the Cards to knock ant a lo till of seven htis. lie] pulled himself out of bad spols linn find figain to score a viclory in his first appearance in basc-f ball's blue - ribbon classic. At ihe end of Ihe first inning Kramer slood In hot wnter up to his neck. The trouble started when shortstop Veni Stephen's error on Johnny liopp's grounder sent Ihe Rcdblrtl outfielder lo second, Wilh i pair away Walker Cooper belted a single to lefl lo score Hopp. Hrim-nics Gel To Wilks The score stood unlil tlie Ihird when the Brownies came up for .heir half of Die frame. Until tlien :he Brownies hadn't touched Wilks, md he got the first Iwo men to face him In the third. Tlien Hie Scwell- meii turned loose a wave of power and shattered all Cardinal hopes. Gene Moore started things rolling wild n single, the first lilt Wilks gave up. Vcrn Stephens whipped out n hit (o letl field and sent Moore to sei.-rmd. Hard-hilling jcorge McQuInn followed wilh a lit over short and Moore raced ome to tie tlie score. ' Then Al Zaiilla slammed a curve ) left field, scaring Stephens and sending McQuInn to second. Mark Christman caught the lever an<| accd one to left field lo score •UcQtiinn, That ended Ihe game for Wilks and he went lo the showers Schmidt Loses Control At this point Billy Southworth sent In control pitcher Prert Schmidt, but the control hurler lipped for a moment and loosed a vild pilch Znrill.-i seized the oppor- unily and scored from third with he fourth Brownie run. Tlie Cards managed another run a the seventh when Marly Marlon hlrd '° bri ' >B Kllrowskl tro '» But the bounding Brownies came U'bt back Don Guttcrldge doubled off.the right field wall. Mike Krec- groiiiirtPd out, bin Gtittcrlcige T . o,,™ ns Moore eroundcd to irsl. Stephens walked on n passed bull wh eh allowed Gulteridgc lo erne. I hen the Cards ended the The eighth liming snw Kramer ecling the effects of a Dot Oc- ober sun, and Johnny Hopp open<l with a single to center. Moore iclpcd when Stan uslnl hit a liner leaded for the fence. Tlie right Fort Smith Ties Pine Bluff, 6-6 Norfh Little Rock And El Dorado Win Conference Contests It* Ily United I'rcss Four conference games were played In Ihe Arkansas High School, <".-™.-. ms i.csson football circuit last night. In. Die Matchmuker Mcroncy, who bc- spotlight wns lhc Fort Smilh-Plnc licvcs ln filll- l>'»y nntl good sports- Bluff game where the Foil " '" """"••> l1 " '"'• •>» ••'»•'- ~r ,~ , Bill Williams On Arena Card Newcomer Will Pair Wifh Buck Lawson For Tag Feature A newcomer makes his tow before local wrestling random Monday night on Promoter Mike Meroney's wreslllng program at Ihe American i>!!lon arena. Ho Is "nig Mm" Williams, husky rough, lough 209-pouiul powerhousu who is being brought In by l]>e legion inalchmaker for this special show which calls for n tug match UK! Ihc usual pair of preliminary individual mulches telwecn members of opposing lag learns. Williams, described l;y Mike as a very good wrestler, one of the best on his circuit list, teams with Buck Lawson, the color/ill ex-naval com- nando Instructor, against Ihe nica- Ue pair, "Red" Roberts,and "Sloc- ky" Kneilsen, another former gob. For lhc prelims, which carry the isiml 30-inlnute time limit, with single falls, in contrast to the feature event of two bcsl falls of lliree J ovcr lhc 90-minulc limit Roberts viU11[nei1 ln lllc silmc i[1 vlll lake on Lawson nnd Wllllam-i linc llrlver ovcr sl!olt wilh Kneilsen. Needs lilt; Lesson DOPE BUCKET BY ). V. Smith held the Pine J31«/r Zebras lo n li-G tic, and broke ihc Zebras record of not having been scored upon Oils'season. In another top game last night the El Dorado Wildcats nosed out the Hot Springs Trujnns by a score of 7 to C. It wns also Die ilr.s-t lime this season the Trojniis were acored upon. The Little Rock Tigers sco/.:d Ihcir third straight conference win by defeating the Dlylhcvlllu Chicks 18-0. Thus the Hcngiils remain uu- acnlcn, iinstored-on nnrt nl ,-he top Jf the Big 15 heap, in (he Norlh Little Rock-Camdcngnine, the Cam- dcn Piuidicrs lost their first conference gamo of (he season' lo the ,',°™ , n Norlh i.uiio un^t 1UH.I..I- .... _ Pleased inanshtp for all kinds of sjiorts, including his profession, has n very special reason for arranging' this card. According to the official, he wanls lo teai-li Roberts and Knell- sen a lesson. "I am bringing in Williams and Lnwsoti, both well over th.: 200- pound mark, lo teach Kneilsei) and Roberts n lesson. After Monday night's exhibition I think they wed one." Mike then went on to explain thai he wasn't sore at Rolwls and Kneilsen for winning all the events on the lust card. He hns a merit system among his men whereby they earn the bigger shots by victories which encourages them to be.tr down nt all times. But he -AMisn't Of im'FKKKNT KOKT SPORTSMAN'S PAUK, St. Louis, Mo., PrUlny afternoon, Oct. (i.— Third World Series game roundup in brief: Today's contest was just thrilling us the rest, only of a far different sort ... In contrast lo the close pitchers' battles in names one and two, this wns n free hi'.UnB iillair, after a fashion. When hilling Ihcy clubbed hard. Then Ihc pitchers gained the upper hand for n spell, only to have it broken and back again. . . These Brownies don't believe In wasting their hits. Evidently they conic loo much (he hard way to toss away. For Instance, lod.w Ihey secured only eight hits mid :ill Jjtil one came in the two bis scoring innings, the third ami sev- cnlh. . . Oddly enough, every one of the five Brown hits in the third, when they scored four rims, were identical spot, — — jrl that were handled by the Cardinal ccnterh'cld- cr, Johnny Hopp. . . . They were j'll of the well smacked sort. . Incidentally, Al Zarilla, the former Northeast Arkansas League product, figured ill that scoring outburst. Wildcats by a - ii ic*ii.L-. me nyiu tclcler rammed Ihc wall but made be catch nnd held Hopp on first Sooner followed with a double to eft, sending Hopp to third But Kramer settled down and ot Banders on strikes and forced iturowskl (o fly onl to Moore. Thnt roke the backs of the Cardinals ney were out, even though Marty larion opened the ninth with a ngle. For Kramer called on his rc- crvc slrength' nnd struck out -•Gorge Pullon, foi'cctl Ken O'Dca o ground out, and then fanned Canny Lilwliiler. Tigers Sanders Kumpuris Rushing Bracy Robins .Knight Berry Coleman Albright Hestir Hoffman Pos. Chicks LE Wilson LT Ratcllff LG Stafford C Vest KG Lutes RT Blomeyer KE Johnson QB Hood LH Smart RH Nicholson — •-•"*"* PB Potruc Subs-Blythevllle, Xoonce, Cald- sstcr. Weights—Tigers, in backs, 166. Chicks, line, • The bOK' and arrow.were used by ancient people- in almost every i?i i ry °? lhc Elobe - and the1 ' °f- Jjla b unknown. Oour'*r College Scores Holy Cross 30, Temple 0. Georgia 67. Presbyterian 0. Drake 25, Gusluvus Adolphns 14 Afaryville Teachers 25, Wnshburn 38 ' Hr>mildci1 Sidney 8 " 1 " "'"' Noiili Llltle Rock score of 20-12. Other high school scares include Russcllvillc, :n, Paris 0. Smackover 58, Fordyce G Brinkley 12, Forrest City o. Bcnton 25, Bivuxllc 13. Llltle Rock Calholic High 0, Mai 'era 0. Nashville 20, Texarkctna 12. -Hope '15, Gurdon 0. McGclice 28, Dumns C. Coii^vay 6, Atkins 0. Morrillon IS), Heber SpiiDgs 0 Bccbe 20, Bnld Knob 1 DIerks 25, Ashclown C. Pnrngould 45, Poenliontns 0. Marlanna CO, Earle 0. Orioles Beaten By Louisville In First Game LOUISVILLE, Oct. 7 (CJ.P.)—T Louisville Colonels of the American Association look the first game of tlie Little World Series by defent- thc ing the Baltimore Orioles of International League 5 lo 3. Louisville pitcher Jim Wilson ailed on the mound for Eonis- ville and \va.s credited with (lie win Bob 1'allca, who started for the Birds, was charged with ihe loss. 'Hie Colonels scored Ihcir first iun in the second inning and one each in every frame until (lie sixth 'Hie Orioles got on of their in the eighth ninth. and n pair in (lie .AT FIRST- SIGN OF A 666 CaM Piepatalions as directed USE WRESTLING Leghn Hut, Monda Hut, Monday, Oct. 9, 8:30 p. m. Lowest Admission of any H'rcstling Arena in America. it r.Tf a ?~™' « r - "«crvcd Heats, 12c, Tav 3c-To- 15c. Children's Seals 12c, T.IX 3c, Total, ISc Reserved Seals On Sato at (he Legion Arena fcvery Monday from C p. m. on TAG MATCH WILLIAMS & LAWSON ROBERTS &'KNEILSEN 2 30-mln. Preliminaries RED ROBERTS BUCK LAWSON NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS 3S5 BATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTBOL ' :•-:... GUARANTEED WORK UH at all the way Reel Stocky Irentcd Gcurgc Bennett, i.ncl Joo Esles In winning. Despite a tremendous weight advantage, due to tlic Inability of Roy Allen to appear, Robcrls . and KnclUen .diitn'l sice Ihelr smaller (ocs as mucli as a sporting cluince. Inslead ol giving thorn a brcnk vln skill nnd science, Ihey oncnecl up wilh a barrage of fisticuffs and rough stufl that quickly wore Uiein out and pnvcd tlie-'way for quick and decisive 'triumph. Will Be Different "It will lie different this week" Mike promised. "Red and Stocky will ncctl everything thev have- -and maybe more—against William:; and Lnivson. It won't mailer to Buck nnd Bill how rough they get, They "can lake care of themselves. II won't be n rendition of lhc last show. I will vouch for thai." Wilh the yreen light Hashed there is every Indication o[ a bruising bntlle, not only when they collide in Ihe feature tag match, but the Making his first World Series start, the handsome oullieliler .singled to score Vcninn Stephen;, Die Kitty League grudunlc, with lhc second run of the frame, putting the Browns out in front ... It iv.'is li(s only .safety . . . He lined out to rl(;lit field, bounced into rt doubte |)lny, and was called out on strikes to end the seventh and leave George McQnlnn stranded on tliird. He hauled in his unly outfield chance. JJwlDS IN UAT'n.-E Marty (Slal.s) Marlon, the tall Cardinal shoitstop, forged ahead of Stephens in Ihcir duel. Vernon erred on his first cry o; UK game which led lo the initial Cardinal rim In the first. He raced ovcr. got i:i front of Ilopp's hard grounder, made a swipe for ihe ball but left (he insatc up . . . Pitcher Jack Kramer Inn-lot! magnificently but appeared to tire slightly in the seventh as the Cards ta^ed him for Uvo hits and scored Ihcir second run. . . Even al lliat he should have escaped without any damage. . . . Don Gnlei-idgc's wllld Ihrinv oii an attempted last half of a double play permitted George Kurowski lo BO to second and score n moment later on Marion's hit inlo left cc-n- ! ter. . . Kramer got a favorable Individual matches. In fact, the firs', matches iimy even olTsel Hie other in roughness. Especially is some "break"' in"thTncxt inning ns he toller bulling anticipated when fooled Ray Samlets, Redbird fust Lawson and Roberts get together, baseman, with a curve ball on Ihrcc- two pitch. Sanders watched' There is no warm ipcrsonnl feeling for the other, except possibly to gel at the other's throats. This grudge came lo a liead some months ago when Roberts and Lawson clashed 011 the free show nt the fair park during the election campaigning. This pair got holler than the spec- dies anil led lo a near-riot nflcr- wards. Likely, this squabble will be reopened at this meeting. Willhuns Is IIou^li And it's dollars to doughnuls that Kneilsen and Williams won't be culling out paper dolls or playing Jacks when Ihcy lock grips, either. Quite the contrary, no doubt. Equally matched in size nnd weight, they should put on a match for tlie books.- if Williams lives up to his reputation. Tiiey say he is a veritable tornado, a rough sort of a workman who is constantly boring in for aclion. Kneilsen has been unusually effective during his last two performances. He has wrestled well and packed a lot of power in his willing fists. One of his most potent weapons has been the kangaroo kick. He hasn't used it often but onlj= when the time appeared ripe for the finishing. And it provided the finish in both instances. George Bennett will especially vouch for its efiec- livcness. The first preliminary, determined by Hie [lip of Ihe coin, will get under way ill 8:30. FARM 0 LOANS Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 Las! by and snuaivkcct only slightly when umpire Dunn called him out There was more criticism over th- umpiring today than any of r.li" two previous games . . . Ziggy Sears' behincl-the-plate work in The opener was n classic. . . . There have beer, only few close decisions for Ihe base uinps. . . . The great piny.at Ihird yesterday when Relief Pilchcr Donnelly threw to Knrow- skl lo retire George McQuinn find choke ort a determined nth inning Brown threat was perhaps the closest so far. MANAGERS WAGE DUiil, It has been quite Interestlni' to watch and study the movements u/ the respective managers, Luke Sewell of tho Browns and Billy Southworth, Cardinal bossman. . The/ have certainly waged a crafty strategy tluel if ever 1 saw one. . And for tlxe most part both have been highly successful. . . Today wn'i an exception for Southworth. He played out tlie string, used everything iio had, botli in relief pitchers «nd k'Jt handed baltt'.-.; but no go. . . . For southpaw swit- lers he has n whole barrel jammed full . . . But they were a bunch of all-Amcrican ouls lo Kramer who liad his stuff. . . . From ihe third to the seventh inning .lack retired 10 Cardinals in a row, far short oi Ihe record, but pretty good at that. _ . If I were a belter I would have ' s:: wagered that Ted Wilkcs, the No- lionn) League champion starter would not have finished Ihe mme—' which he didn't, . . . The reason- he fanned the first hillcr. . . T<i me, thal's an ill omen, uon't ask me why. . . . Have harbored Hint feeling for many years. . . Lan'.er whiffed his first batsman yestcrdav and he went out before it was aver. But, on lhc other hand, the Brownies' Nelson Potter didn't strike out Ihe Initial Cardinal hitter and h» didn't last, cilhor, So what! *'or enthusiasm and pep on botli rosters, John Leonard (Pepper) Miiriin, Ihe "wild Horse of the Usage" gels my unliesitant noml- nallon. . . While no longer n youngster, he hasn't lost any of his bounties* energy. . . He is a big help to have on any ball club, regardless ot the fact thai he no longer is able lo play. . . Mmio,, appears to be tremendously popular with Ixit'i Cardinal mid Brown rooters . Ihe funs like Myron (Hed) Hayworth, Brown catcher who is doin? a magnificent job behind lhc phle "e is doing £ 0 swell Dial our friend, RTTZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WEEK-DAY NIGHTS Box Office Opens 7:;5-SJiow Starts at 7:30. SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS Box OHice Opens 1 Bhow Starts 1:15 Prank Mancuso, can't break In They not only arc rivals, but buddies- j'oomiiiiites. . . Got a ii ;ltc wm . Jack Brooks to lake in ll e ,v"l ling here loulght. . . So ions! Saturday "RED,RIVER ROBIN HOOD" with New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 p. ftj, Matinees Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System Saturday "CANYON CITY" with ' lion "Ked" l!:ii ry Serial & Short Saturday OWL SHOW "WiERD WOMAN' with I,on C'lianey Selccled Sliorfs "(; i:'! 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