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2 THE NASHVILLE TtNStSSfAN. !irurd.t, Marntnf Ctf iff 1954 Anfioch berlan Easf lac(s Central, 27- pses Burros Whack West; SmM Goes Tfirougi for Lions Tally Grabs 'A' Lead 0 Cum a With - Win Central, winless ami moi .-.. pt no yni j l !i v from ivift lam niRht as the Kaps pounded mil a 27 to I) triumph mi Central's Alumni field. , .. After a scoreless fiit period Kn.t racked (no roinado for l points in the second. A 21 ymd pass fJ?Z?' ''?JlJnj! Teal put the ball on the (Yntial " five and Billy Smith ftot th" n-m pi.raile. Jim next two i.inie In the for the first score. The second TI.i .second jieriod, one on a two-yard came on a 52-yard Eagle drive; mn and the other from the one. with Vradrnhurg K"ng over 1 1 o m , Youngs final toucnuown open the three. East (rot another tally In the third, Smith scrambling 53 yards Toothless Tornado Mrs! Dot tit Yards lluihlnf ,. Yarda Pmi ratses Allempled rat.es Completed Central last ... .1 1.1 , .. 7M 5 .Ml ... '.''! r4 it untouched. The Ens) finished It. off in the fourth with a 50-yard drive, Vradenburg rolling the last 11 for the score. Central got 2t) yards rushing and 22 passing as the Eagle defense did Its finest Job of the year. Billy Gregg was outstanding for the Eagles, while Charles Akin did his best for the Tornado cause. Ms -l ast Hilb (57) Central fl L& Price Lf Oress LO flirlbiins C Helton Ri Womnk BT Eaden . RB-Teal mB Vradenbun LH Davis kH Smith JB Anderson ed the ler.ond half icoring, a blait from the three doing the work. rowers, took over at this point, scoring in the third quarter on a 35-yard sprint and wound up the night's point-making In the fourth when he sizzled 75 yards. Arthur Harrison, Du Pont's biggest threat all night, got the lone Rulldog score from the two-yard line In the fourth period. Clarksvllle racked up 17 first downs to the Bulldogs' six. Young was also outstanding defensively for Clarksvllle. ros.f larksvNIa (37) Du Pont (Si LK Croat JtmiiiiU LT-lUnl L LO onward Barnes C-Dorri Urltlln Ru nii ririsaom K't-McUanlei Hultines RE Potter Jones gB McKliiiien Huron LHY (Hiiis Baiiietl Hale' RH-Pnweis Hanlsun Andemoii FB Dltmora Akin Turner 8ullivan Clarksvllle I ti auxin Nonh Hhaver Bailey Rotienslii Walker East ... Central Oil I 7-21 ooooo Touchdowni, last Bmllh 2, Vrdtn purs 2. ixtrai: F.aat Vradenburs Davis, Klni Unh, r.rniral Hessey. Henlley. Ne' mm. Steele. Wltlirow, Johnson, Plum. Smith, Iiernay, Maxwell, Parson, Mault lastr-Horner, Petty, Wright. Blone, Orlf (in. Anderson, forte. Huhbell, Hiittlne Plrkel, We. Tluonrberry, Strlbllni Kim, Clunan. Hillsboro 20; West 7 West high's Jerry Applcton set a Nashville I nterscholastic league kick-off return mark last night but Hillsboro went on to deal the Blue Java another dose of bitter foot bail medicine, 20 to 7. Applcton'a stirring Jaunt came In the second period with West trailing, 13 to 0. Jerry snagged the ball three yards back in his end zone and then swooshed through the- pack all the way. Hillsboro, winning its fourth straight while winlen West was losing No, S, got Into the lead with a 45-yard drive in the sec- Appleton's Cart first Don lards Hushing 1 ards Passing Passed AUrnmted Passes lomplrled JlilM.ore (Vest . I, a '.'Ml. SI . .is e II 7 'J II ond period, Stevs Thompson plunging over from the six, Channing Workman booted the point after, -Minutes later came a dazzling spree of grid fireworks) seldom equalled anywhero In football annals. Workman snatched a Went pass out of the air on the Blue Jny ill! and breezed 70 yards for a Huiro score. The Burros kicked off and that, of course, touched off Apple-ton's 103-yard return. The Burros wound up th scoring In the third quarter, Thompson finishing a 60-yard drivo by going over from the six again. Thompson was outstanding both offensively and defensively for the Burros. Appleton shared honors with Tony Gothard and Luther Jones Touchdosvni: Clarksvllle Ynuns 4. Du Pont Harrison Ealri. Clarakvllle MtOanlel 7 11 11 J7 0 0 0 - 0 rori 1 Pos. Hlll.hnro (?) Innraham Ll-Mrlcalf JjO-Hiav C Kennon TtO-Yates HT Bura'tt OK Corneliut SB Cochran Lit Thorn pon RH-Coo'.ey Yb Workman Hillsboro West ... West 7 Bieuhens Baiterlirld Ollson Huller Carney Jones Us. ens Apiilrtim Drn ylierry i-'l'TgllSOM Uolhard 0 13 7 o-:o , . . 0 J O 0 Touchdoana: Hillsboro Thompson 1. Workman; West Applrion. Extras; Htlleboro Workman 2, Wrst- Out hard. 8ub Hillsboro Grooms. Burgen. Mc-Cullough. Parker, Beasle. Abnnalh lgan. West Duke, Corn. Coleman Thomai, ualnes. Blein, Bhaver. Dubusc Wildcats 37 Du Pont 6 CLARKSVILLK, Tenn. - Clai ks- ville rambled at will over Du I'ont from Nashville here laal nilit as fleet Bobby Young scored four times and John 1'oweis b r o k away twice on lengthy Tl runs in the 37 to 6 rout VU, Georgia Grid Series Weird One VTHENS, Cn. No football series only 16 games old has ever created more unusual Incidents and as many thrills an that between Georgia, and Van-derbllt, which will be renewed here today. The series, with Vandy ahead 10 games to five and one even, once eaw a team walk off the field because of a disputed touchdown, saw the coach of Vsnderbilt arrested for using foul language toward a Bulldog player and ended the great collegiate career of Lynn Bomar, in Immortal Ail-American for the Commodores. In 1895, two years after the flist meeting of the two tennis, the late Top Warner, Georgia's first fiuid conch, took the itiill-dogs to Nashville for an important game. Kor a half It was an even battle, hut parly In the third period Georgia' Pomcrny hit the line. In the nw mi p the hall squirted out of (lie mass of humanity am' Vanderbilt's Elliott picked It up, stood Mill a minute, than ran for a touchdown. Georgia protested that Pome-roy was called "down" but Referee W. L. Cranbery ruled otherwise and Warmer took his team from the field in protest. It was In I92i that Vnndy's Coach J. 11. Henry was arrested. According to history Henry came on the field to caution officials to watch War Eagle Ketron, captain of the Hulldogs, and one ot tneir most nimous ex-pla verrr. Ketron, hearing Henry's protest is said to have pushed the coach who in turn called Ketron a bad name. Ketron promptly reooi'ied it to a policeman on the sideline and Henry was marched off to Jail. Bomar, who led Vanderhilt to an upset tie. 7 to 7. In 1021. almost died of Injuries suffered In 3 to 0 Geortria win In 1024. He suffered a brain hemorrhage and wits near death for two days. Lynn, who still lives in Nashville, recovered from the injury but never again played college football. Those are just three of the highlights of the colotful series. Today's battle might produce another rhanttr. hut hardly one to match those of Cie past. JOHN BIBB. !eJwwlwwj..ailsi -mfmmm, i ,- . ' I Wfi I' - : joocHDorf) ff Mi h(! :SLJ. liONtsaVl f' VJTIUMAN it.) ( v, J Staff photo by Jack Corn Stennii Smith of Litton fights his wy into the end zone through a mass of Litton and Oak Ridge players for the Lions' only touchdown of the game, Gene Cowan of Oak Ridge falls on the Lion quarterback but his momentum had already carried him into the end zone. Bobby Tillman, Litton end, looks as if he is pulling the Lion scorer into the end zone by the head. Oak Ridge (Continued From Preceding Pigs) the score, Jones' sccurate toe sent the ball sailing through the uprights and the partisan crowd roared their approval. The score stood 7-7 when the buzzer ended the first half and Litton hitting viciously. Litton came out cold in the second half and couldn't penetiatc the bulky and mobile Oak Ridge line of defense, However, the Bidger offense was Juat beginning to roll. Honklns nicked tin a I.ltton fum-'Hdded one each In the third and bin on the Lions' 33-yard line early j fourth to run up its fourth win in la row for (he season. Halfhnek Malloy turned the game inlti n rout in the final period by galloping with a punt 71 yards and Miami's fourth touchdown before 40,8,'JH fans. Halfback Johnny How kicked his second extra point. Mississippi State matched Miami's tint touchdown, but didn't add mother until Joe Silver! broke through the Hurricane reserves late in the fourth period for gains of 22 and 18 yards. Halfback Arthur Davis collected the Maroons' final points with s six-yard run around the end. Clovis McKissick missed the extra point try. Miami Romps To 27-13 Win MIAMI -tin -Miami's stampeding backs hoied through Mississippi State like boll weevils through a delta cotton -patch last night for a 27 to 13 victory to keep the Hurricanes one of the nation's undefeated and untied football powers. Led by Capt. Gordon Malloy and a pair of hall-faking quarter-backs. Miami rolled to two touch-! downs In the second period and Atomic Power Oak tlldga I Minn Ural donna ... .11 4 Yards ru.hlnr ?HJ !' Yard, passing !' Passri atleninled S ff Passes completed t I lAII-City Checklist in the third period and the ledg ers moved the, hall to the Litton 13 before a 15-ynid penalty for of fensive holding chilled the? drive, The Hldgers weren't to he de nied the winning score, however, an they held the Lions on three downs and took Tillman s short kick on the. Oak IHdne 44, Too many Lions piled on the Wildcat receiver and a IS-yard penalty put tho hall on the Litton 41. Hopkins and Tuxbury began pulveriiing the middle of the Litton line for ysrdage while Grubb kept the defense honest with off tackle slants. It took ' the trio only eight plays to move the ball to the two-yard line and send Hopkins over with the winning score. Brady's kick was good. Litton stopped another Oak Ulilce threat on the U-ynrd line early in the fourth period snd then generated what looked like a drive to knot the score. Little 1'loyd Wallace found holes In the Cut line and Leslie Crosswy threw a 30-yard pass to Bobby Jones to move tho ball to the Bidger 41. However, Grubb put the stoppers on the uprising with an Interception of another ot Crosswy's aerials on the Oak Ridge 18 yard line. It was a hard-fought and hard-tackling affair. Although on the Usslng team, Bill Ward and Glen-don Klemtnlng played an outstand ing game on defense. Area Colleges Play Six Games Tennessee Tech meets Memphis State, Western Kentucky goes to Northeast Louisiana and Middle Tennessee battles More-head in the Area's top games today and tonipjit Sewanee goes to Clinton, Miss., to clash with Mississippi college, Florence State goes to Livingston. Ala., and Auntin Pray is home to Memphis Navy in other games tonight, Tennessee Tech, winner of one out of four, has the hardest assign Madison Loses Cumberland. Howard end Hume-Fogg wrapped up victories in A division play in the NIL last night while Hendersonvllle and Joelton tied 13-13. Cumberland upset Antloch, 19-6, Howard stopped Msdlson 7-0, and Hume-Fogg blanked Mt, Juliet, 19-0. Cumberland scored In three periods to take the A division Baffled Bears Anllnrh Cumberland First Downs S tl Yarda Rushing .... l 111 Yards Passing .... b 101 Passes Attempted ... 7 7 Passes Complated ..4 t lead. The Indians were led by Bobby Scott who scored all 19 points for the winners. Antioch stayed even In the first period as Larry Overby passed to Ken Bryant for the aix points. But, Cumberland took the lead for good in the second period to move ahead in the A division race. Howard dropped Madison from the undefeated ranks with a last qusrter touchdown doing the trick. Buddy Smith raced 20 yards around right end for the game Rams' Streak Ends Hoard (1) Madison (0) First Downs ... 1 I Yarda Rushing 111 At Yards Passing I 4 Passea Attempted X 7 Passes Completed 1 1 winning touchdown with only two minutes left In the game. Although Howard held a big offensive edge the Rebels couldn't hit pay dirt, until the final minutes. Madison made only one first down and 34 yards rushing while Howard racked up 142 yards on the ground. Hume-Fogg celebrated its homecoming by tripping MU Happy Homecoming Hume loif Mt. Juliet First downs Ill Yards rushing ... IIS 1M Yards passing . . Passea attempted . . J I )Y Passea completed 4 S f . ' a h ? f i'Jl-K n 1 laaiaBBSiiaManBWBSBSDI Photo by Dale Ernsberger Cumberland's Bobby Scott roan into the clear and gain precious ground against Antioch's favored Bears. The little Indian back led the Tribe to a 19 to 6 upset win over the odds-ori favorites for the Class A title. Juliet. Jimmy Davis went seven yards for the first Hume-Fogg TO, passed to End Buddy Nicks on a play covering 63 yards for the second score and rambled 20 yards for the final score. The Devils' passing was good for 127 yardr and that was the big difference in the game. Joelton scored 13 points In the opening period against Henderson-villn only to see the Commandoes rally to deadlock It with a last period score. Jimmy Stamps ncored twice in the opening period on runs of 85 and 55 yards, Wendell Waller As tne nnai gun sminneu, Miami mcnt Memphis State dropped was on the Mississippi State eight- Murray, 34-6, last week and is ex-yard line. petted to handle the Eagles. j ne neiei minea rioi iuinns iiiicw hack Mississippi State on the Miami nine after halfback Charles tevans t,ped ftl yards on the opening phv ot the game. Faking expertly on the split-T option play, diniunitive quarter- (Continued From Preceding Page) back Marin Honofiglio kept the K..11 t... r ia n' r,u battering 62 yards In five plays to set up Miami's first score. Baf- J,n;n'y PM, P1"" tne 22 flln.r linnnu" .nnsbn( thn till uus.liuu " M over from the one, then kicked MBA Smacks CLASS AAA Ends Rurinlnh Rrhm,tin,i Mil. loung weni .w .hki in i lie. ton) and Henry Hurt I MBA), Pos (tss Rlitia (It) I K - Ilrdv 1.1' - Hicks !,( - It'-Kfin C -Hteaart no - (larrlgan onenine Deriod for the fir.st score i Tri,uB,ii a,,j ,i...i .UK -Hrrndon nnu pn-u in.- ikm Norm Minick (MBAi. three in monopolizing the pomtl Undefeated A&l Set For Paul Quinn Tilt Guards Billy Gregg (Easti and Ray SI Ate ( Litton i . Center Billy Morehead l MBA). B,uks Billy Smith (Easti, Whit Watson i MBAi, Glendon Flem-ming I Littort and Frank Burk-holder (MBAi. CLASS A A Team will be selected after to lllton C. A: hinlttiiii V,!() Slaie AilHIMS (amp lluiilrr 1 1 . i m n 1 1 t ir.ilh I 'lies Nil ho is 'ft 0-14 7 0 0 -7 t'o an 1 11 -drill lilt - Onibli I'll He.ps.iiu Oak Ulilse . l.lltou Tourlirtoans I.ltton -bmitli. Oaa Kldse Oiubb Hopkins. Kxtras: L.U I on Juries. Oan Rliise -Hia.lv 2. Hulks: Oak Ridge ltns.e;. Tuvsburr Sliiiinaker, Mitchell. Overton. I'oMon HirliHrds, Rofloh. llrooks. 8prar I.ltton Vsilen, u allure Kuller, M. ( iilluuali Powerful Tennessee State's fool- night's gime between Goodletts-i01'"011, nolt- Flemmins. lech hall team will he out to extend its ville and Donelson. winning utrenk to five Htrnigtit lo- CLASS A night when it host.s I'mil yumii Ends Sam Shannon (Howard) University of Waco, Texas, at V. and Bobby Crowell i Madison I. J. Hale stadium in a game start- Tackles Frank Pnmm iHow- ing at 8 o'clock. ;ardi and Bobby Overstreet (Cum- Rated as the nation's top Negro berlandi. eleven, Tennessee. Stale is cur- Guards Donn ie Wheeler (An-rently sporting a record of 21 tiochi and Don Redmon (Hume- the extra point. The Maroons charged right back 70 yards with Bobby Collins psssing to Davis for 18 yards, then the pair teaming to run the ball to the one. Jim Harness bucked over and McKissick ran the extra point across after a bad pass from center. Miami grabbed a 14 7 halftlme lead with an 81-yard march. Cnrl (Sarrlgiis sneaked over on fourth down from two feet out for Miami's second touchdown, end Bow converted. The clinching touchdown came on a 61-vard drive after the second 'half klckoff. Miami's workhorse fullback, Hon Bosseler, plunged over from the ono after ho and Mnlloy ate up the necessary ground in 8 to 11 yards chunks. The Maroons used the same tactics to score with the following klckoff, going 59 yards in 13 plays. Frank Burkholder getting the final two yards. MBA poured salt in the already sore Tiger wounds with a 36-yard scoring pass, Mack Rolfe to Henry Hurt, on the next-to-last-play of the game. Watson collected 130 yards In In carries for MBAs top effort while Burkholder sparked the de fense. Payne's fi2 yards In 14 carries pared Cohn. MBA, which has lost, only to Clarksvllle, now has r 5-1 record for the season and a 4-0 divisional record. Even Stephen Joslloa flendersonvtlla Urst downs S S Yards rushing . ! l.VH Yards passing . . . 5'i A Passes attempted , S 1 Passea completed . 3 S North Spanks BellevueJQ-O North rallied in the second half to score three times and blank Bellevue, 19-0, last night for the Yanks second AA victory of the season. Both teams threatened in the opening half but (tumbles prevented any scoring. Don Cathey recovered one Bellevue fumble in the end zone and Tom Fulgam recovered a North fumble for Bellevue on tTom the one and Paul Vincent the two yard line. North scored first midway in the third period when Frank Barnes plunged over from the one. The Yanks rolled to another score early in the final period when Quarterback Burns Boner tossed a 17-yard pass to Gilbert Sherrill in the end zone. Barnes set up the third North TD when he rambled 76 yards Yanks March Late First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Passes attempted Passea rnmplrled North . . IV . si .. It Relief ua H O :l rammed over for the extra point and Joelton appeared to be an easy winner. But, Hendsrsonville came back in the second period with Bobby Huggins going over from the 10 and Allan Curtis making the extra point to pull the Commandoes within six points. Curtis danced through the Joelton line for 33 yards and Hen-dersonville's tying score in the last quarter. Joelton's line held when the Commandoes tried to run the extra point across, deep into Bellevue territory, Barnes bucked across for the ecoie. Tom Wedel and Turner Potts turned in long runs for Bellevue in the first half. Wedel went 56 yards and Potts 61 but neither could shake away for the distance. Buddy Hooper was the defensive standout for Bellevue while Gene Pilklngton, Cathey and Orald Hemmcr starred for North on defense. Pos. North (19) LE-Shernll LT-Phktnlon Ui Johnson C Catlier RO Ma j o HT Hemmer RE Murphy QB Boner LH Tanley RH Carrisan FB Pyles adding the point to tie It 7-7. Franklin got Its second score in the third period when Johnson again went 25 yards for the touchdown. Both teams added s touchdown in the final period. Johnson went across from the three for Franklin snd Thomas scored from thn same spot for the FPsnklin County team. Charles Cowan took rushing honors for Franklin County' as hn picked up 111 yards. Thomas made 103 on the ground. But, Johnson was the whoelhorse for the winners and the difference in the CHine. fos. Iranklln Of!) K-Warli-ley T Frost Miami Miss. State Pos Cohn 17) LE-Keathley LT Oreen LCI Clrnt i y C Booth RCV-Heamer R T Chlldre.sS -RE Sutton 6 727! QR Smith 7 0 6 M, RH-Psjrns FB Clary .0 14 conn Mismi scoring: Touchdowns m . ' i ' m . n tjonoTiguo. uarrigut, o o a a o i i ,IBA Malloy; Conversions, bonotigno, Bow 2. Mississippi Stats scoring: Touchdowns, Harness, Davis. Conversions, McKissick. MB.s (! Hurt Holt Minick Porter Mnreheacl Murphrff Waush Watson Herbert Thompson Burkholder Pas. Antloch (Si I.E -Smith I.T Woonruf f LO-D. Wheeler C-MiCormsck RO Roncls RT-Mitrhell RE Ralrlassara OB D Wheeler t.H Overbv RH-Brant FB Jackson Cumberland (ID) Putman Crews lohnson Arrlnaton Codmer Bobby Overstreet White Flatt Peese Bcott tero Overstreet Cumberland Antlorh. 019 0 S'orlns Touchdowns Cumberland Scon 3 Antloch--Brvant. Extras Cu mberlanrl Scott Subs; Cumberland BUS". Osrrett. Ornoms, Breedlove. Wllsford. Harris. Predett. Jones. Antloch Culbertson. Frirkle. Pavne. Benson. Connally, Ten-nennv. Creaser. Pot. Joelton (1.1) l.K-V. Artrock I.T Jackson I.O B Arrlnston C Duller A A 1 A 1 1 u-SJ;5I.r',,nrT Touchdowns: MBA Watson, Herbert. Thompson, Burkholder, Hurl. Cohn Payne. Fura' MBA-Watson I, PedUo. Bubi. Cohn: Tarklnaton. f'lnley, Forehand. Pedlao. Uauaherty. Mi'A-SUay-horn. Rolle. Husband. Scales. Frist. games without defeat. Fogg ). Center Johnny Keefover (How- ' ard i. Barks Jimmy Davis (Hume-Foqrji, Bobby Ryman iHoward), Bobby Scott (Cumberland) and Jimmy Stamps (Joeltonl. far Taur NIW IUICK ar IUICK TRA0I-IN . . . SHACKELFORD BUICK CO. Cillttin Road LAY-AWAY YOUR TOYS AND WHEEL GOODS WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE f IS) HA' US BAKED ENAMEL AUTO PAINTING SsfQs . ou"ob' CF J7 ,yar liwl w W ' customer rccom- ftaTV M 4DMr "isndation. Thar. Tjft M "a" must be a SSS3r f ALL WORK CUARANTtED REGARDLESS OF PRICE IVilOORE'S 1201 Gallatin Rd. Phone 2-5466 Also Cet Estimates at CENTENNIAL CAR WASH 27TH AND WEST END j GREEN (C) fp (FENTRESS IC)J 7if0 J 1 (j) Atm HWATSON I Ml) ' K s.V -J32 -Staff photo by Gerald Holly MBA's sensational Whit Watson rambles (or a big gain as Cohn's Charlie Fentress comes up from behind to make the stop. Eddie Holt of the Marooni races in to help but arrives too late. Marooni won, 32 to 7. RF Binkles- OB 8tmp LH-1 Aicock RH-Hrlsne m-Wal!fr Hendersons-Ill (13) Tuiimons Brown Johnson Durham Tarter Harmon Smith Steele Curtlf Wusslns Edsvarrlf 1. I. LO Edccmon C Hushes RO Williams RT Irvln RE Hunter OH Raaan LH Rice RH ,Jolinort FB Hoover franklin Co. (It) Brarlfnrd Rieben W. Smllii B. 6nri!th COlK Mosler Oallanher Thomai Vincent. Trussdl Cowan Franklin count! Franklin 7-14 720 Touchdowns,: Franklin countr Thomas 3. Franklin Johnson 3. Extras: Franklin county Vincent 2. Franklin Johnson, Rice. Brllerue (Oi Turner Nceley Merritt Garrett Jennetle Brown r'ulsam Wedel Wa:rtron Tlnch Potts North ., Bdlevus 006 n 19 ooooo Scorlns: Touchdowns North: Barnes 2. Sherrill. Extras - North' R. Sco't. Subs: North: Barnes. Hardin. Tsvmon. McDonald. Manners, Scott. Meyers Hale Orlzrle. Bellevue: O Brlen, Vaughn. Neeley. Hooper, Sexton. Franklin Romps FRANKLIN, Tonn. - Hslfhack John Paul Johnson scored three times and Rained 211 yards rush-inp as he h'd Franklin hich to a 20-14 victory over Franklin County here last nipht. Johnson got Franklin out front National Midget Races Set Today The. nation's outstanding: thres-quarter midget auto pilots compete In a National championship race this afternoon at the Midget Speedway, located at the end of Ninth avenue, North. Drivers from the Midwest, South and other parts of the U. R. will gather for the first national event ever held here. The race will Ret underway st 2:30 and four trophies await thn t P ''"jy- P'us a large purse. :................( : FOOTBALL : S OREGON vs. SO. CALIF. foo Much Johnson ,. , Franklin Frank. Co. First downs s in Yarda rushlnc JH'i J.V! Yards saaslnt A 41 Passes rnmnleted . . .1 4 Fassea eomoleted ....! J WSIX-TV SATURDAY 3i 1 5 P.M. Joelton Henderionvtlls 1.1 . 0 013 13 Touchdowns: Joelton Btampi J. Hender- sonrnifjiininns. cu'iis Extrss- Joelton Waller. Henderion-vllie CurtU. Pns. Hume-Fsir (! t.F -Ynuit LT-Parker Ui- t antford r-P-lrht RO Redmon 'T-l-win RF-Harrlson On-Nlrks ' H -Carnthera r)Hrsn.s FB Whlttemnra Ml. Juliet (0) Fakes Ethrldae Yelton "m'th Hamlin Cssteman Cosies Dohson Mires Vartln Wrisht Hume-Fnrs Mt. Juliet . DAS 11-19 0 0OO0 Hum-roit-fJSVls Touchdowns: Micks. I Fxtras: Hum-Fof Artoock. suns- mime-rot Yount Lsnsford. Lee. Johnson. Mt. Lennlm. Cook. Rica. Parker. Juliet Pns Hnisard (7) I F-F W'aters LT-Prlmm LO Cardwall C Keefaver RO RTrurn RT-Howlanrl RE Shannon OB Rvman t.H Biidd Smith PH Conwell FB Bell Madison '01 Cllne Garrett Wmvds Boner M:nkle Frey Stephenson Tomlin L. Jones Frve Csrtwnsht Howard Madison 0 7-7 0 00 Scoring: Touchdowns Smith. Ittrss Cornwall. . t .. Subi: Msdlson Backer. McCsrsrr. Oalnas. rrowell. Jerr Owani. Denson. Ballet, Vanrtereook. Howard Bob B"ilth, Dausherty. Oltnn Smith, B. 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