PAGE six KLYTHEVJILE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS AllrArnerica Pickers Dazzled by Brilliance of Field Generals. They Bid For AU-Amorican Fame i By i. S. (Larry) MacPHAll, •' .Nittonal Football Referee ' "Give me a couple of tackles, n 'uckVwho can BO places, and n -marl quarterback, and I'll hnv; n .'cotball team. But fust gve me thr •luartcrback." That's been Hie chant •>f a'lot of, football coaches from Maine to California. Great quarterbacks have been ^carc'e' since the styles In quarter- •acks changed. Ten years ago somo 'Utle.fellow hid behind the' cenl?r. .3ok the ball, and gave It to th< •acks. But with the advent of thr 'Irect pass,.and the huddle, and a ompllcated offense, the fellow whr •,vas jusl a quarterback passed oi;i : f the picture. ' In the complicated modern of- 'ense all four backs have prncll- •ally the same duties to perform "he quarterback must l>e an efficient blocker. If he can run,' pas' ••nd kick, so much the better. On 'cfense, he must be a sure tackier with ability .to defend against for- vard passes. If he's a great quar- '•;rbaci;. he's « great halfback, pos• using in addition the qualities of ".indershlp ond sound judgment. Prank Carldeo of Notre Dame and "larry Wood of Harvard merited Mi-America consideration last fall ~lut both" were overslindowc'l b'- '•ctler backs in Glassgo'w, Welch nd Cagle, to say nothing of Nfars- '.2rs. Banker and Benny Lorn. This year, however,' the cror> of •ood quarterbacks is larce. Qimv- erbacks are the outstanding back jeld players in almost every pec- ; ion: In the East, Booth of Yale. Wood -f Harvard and Captain 'Eddie Ba- ';er of Pitt seem to have the call, hough French ol Penn Stale also :s a fine quarter. • * • Booth is small but he oacks dv- •rjatic player. He is spectacular In imtic player. He is spectacular in i broken field and runs well from icrimmase' following his Interference with deliberation and good Judgment. Booth Is one of the best ounters in the game, n.fine dror kicker and a fair, passer. His lenm value is 'lessened by the fact Hint 147 pounds can hardly last through a game, much less a season. • "Jock." Sutherland considers Eddie Baker the smartest back he ever coached. The Pittsburgh cnp- tain is handicapped by a medlocrp eleven. Baker Is Just about Ibr whole show at Pitt. He is their best'passer rfild IScSt'"receiver. H* punts, place kicks and wicks ofT Baker is sn ideal leader and [>iv<"= every'ning ; that's in him tn even game. • * • Bobby Dodd' of Tennessee h!>- been the South's best qunrtcrbocV- for two years. Rival coaches eive Dodd the credit for Tennessee'*long string of victories, witli Hackman aiid McEver, both great plny- ers, on the injured list at Tennessee ,thc burden of the attack liar been .thrown on Dodd. He does everything' there is to do and does it well. Dodd Is not only as ijoort p punter as there Is In .the South, bu! one of the greatest passers from running formations in the Ram- They don't make better quarterbacks than this slim southerner. Lee Hanley of Northwestern is a good back and an Ideal leader, but the Big Ten nomination prob^hh- will go to Harry Newman. Michigan's sophomore flash. Newmar was not included on the list of players Invited back for early practice at Ann Arbor. He did not ce* into a eame until Michienn wa- trailing Purdue by two touchdowns. He has been in all games since Newman has passed Michigan tn victory in four major games. H°has transformed a mediocre outfit into an eleven with championship possibilities. It is questionable whether any other player has accomplished more. * • • • Notre Dame sill! hns Carideo. Carideo is a good blocker. He hsr to be to p!ay in Notre Dame's backfield. Carideo is also a good tackier. He has to. be that. too. The Hoosier may not be able to puni with Dodd, run like Booth, or pas; as well as Newman, but he's a fine all-around player and especially- valuable on pass defense. Caridso has the advantage of directing one of the country's greatest teams and the prestige of All-America selection In 1929. On the coast Orville Mohler of Southern California is having a ! good year. Mohler had a large part I in handing Pop Warner the worst beating of his career at Stanford. ; andwa s also a big shot in the 74-0 defeat of California. • Football brains and generalship will determine the All-America rating of these great backs. What constitutes good, football Judgment? Well, even coaches disagree. If they tell you how dumb a quarter is who threw passas on first down or from deep in his own territory, you'd best agree if you don't want to be taken for an imbecile. Depend unon it, the passes were intercepted. The SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1930 ILUt THIS BRUSHING UP SPORTS^ By Luafeil/j ulane and Georgia i n •Spotlight Today; Alabama Has 'Lasy' Contest Uy HAI.l'll 1.. SANDKItS 1'nilcd I'n-ss Staff Correspondent ATLANTA, Oa., Nov. 15. (UP) — Tin- dramatic second act of the 10:10 Southern conference footbaii production ncars completion till'. weekend when Georgia and Tulanc, both undefeated In the conference' battle lo hold (illc honors at New Orleans. Alabama, leading the loop with MX victories in as many conference starts, is scheduled for a pe- tiod of exacted rc-sl in meeting lioulslnim State Lit Montgomery. L. S. U. was forced to extremes to defeat the tall-em! Mississippi team C to 0 last week and should furnish little opposition for Coach Wallace Wade's scjuad. Anyway, Alabama • deserves .a rest after consecutive | victories over Tennessee. VanJer !l)ilt. Kentucky and Florida. i Georgia is counted a favorite over Tulam 1 on the basis of games j played. Tulane's toughest game so far tills season was lost to Noa'tn- wei'lcrn 0-14 and the Green Wave's later victories have been over teams of also-ran calibre. | Thus, barring a tic. only two trams will remain unbeaten after today's contests. If the leaders arc Alabama and Georgia, Dixie fans can lopk forward to a S]>ecticulor biitile between the Tide and the liuihioes on Thanksgiving Day at Birmingham. In that connection, Alabama nr>- ;x'ars a slight favorite, since by dc- [cri'.hij; Florida 20 to 0, the .Crimson Tide bettered Georgia's 'show- ins against the Gators which was a disappointing 0-0 tie. NiwhvlIlD will see a battle be- Iwrpii two sturdy elevens today when Vauderbilt and Tennessee meet in a traditional feud. Records :ow: Vamlerbilt 7, Alabama 12; Van- dnbilt 24, Mississippi 0. Alab- 18. Tennessee (i; Mississippi 0, Ten- Granted Release From i '' L Therc"''is a battle! Vanderbilfs Mississippi A. and M. to I 1 /™"?. scolltcd Tennessee during <-» ivi-t o- : the Alahnnm game. Tennessee's vnr- i fay With CiUintS. s»y scouted Vanderbilt during the liccrsia Tech game last Saturday. Another close decision is expected at Clemson College, S. C., where Clcmson and Florida, each'defeated under way. The proceedings have our vote, as such n contest would send Rock's boys up against a Notre D.-inic-co.ichcd line. Adam Walsh, line coach for the Ells, played center on the Four He™-' men's team, nml lie is the only man on the Ynle coaching staff who is not a Yale mnn. Walsh has built good lines for Yale (he started his two ye.irs ago) . STARKVILLE, Miss., Nov. 15. i (UP)—Authorities of Mississippi A. and M. college relented today and granted Christian "lied" Cngle.head , football coach here, his release • from contract to piny professional i football with the New York Giants. ! The former West Point AIl-Amcr- icnn back. President Hugh Crivt announced, will be released frorr. Ills duties following completion of ! today's game between Mississippi j A. and M. flild Auburn at Blrmltig- ) ham. Earlier in the week when Cagl: requested release from his two year contract here to fill a three year contract he signed with the Giants President Crilz refused, saying there was no one available to fill his shoes the rest of the year. Release of the coach was said by college authorities to have been effected under terms entirely agreeable to all concerned. The best of feeling exists between Mississippi A. and M. ami Cagle, CriU siild. Cagle will appear In Memphis with Eonuy Friedman and his New York Giants against the Memphis Tigers December 21. it was announced today. ._,. i APPEARED AGMNST.HARUARD yjiw PATCHES RESEMBLING .,« c JERSEVS — IT SEEMED p&tf EvERY INDIAN WASTpflNS A Pi- I S&MoN, HARWO Wtt CELLED MURDER — HE THREATENED To ?< COL^CF HNUARDS SUPERS, CAUSING PoPto CALLOFF TuETRCKS ^- AMD RlP OFF THE CMOUaAQE •••• Carolina State by 27 to 0. Kentucky has the better record in meeting V. iU. I. at' Lexington. Ky; Kentucky beat Virginia 47 to 0; Virginia beat V. M. I. 13 to 0. Auburn is favorted in the Au- the same score,! lina. State, who play an expected ;Pj n . Rhiff 7orirac ^ n 'one-sided contest at Raleigh. Duke „. , . ieDras to defeated Davidson 12 to 0. David- j Play Little Rock ToUIVV son beat North Carolina State 12 to °- LITTLE ROCK.—Little E-v. 1 .: Virginia will have still another j high school Tigers and the Fine intra-state battle today with Wash- 'Bluff Zebras will meet in their an- cnre in the conference^ will be bntllii'.g to stay in second place. Both teams have defeated North burn-Mississippi Aggies game at I ington and Lee. Both have lost to nual football game at Kavaiuuj.i Birmingham. Tulane defeated Au-I Maryland, Virginia G-14, W-L, 7-14. ^ield this afternoon, burn 21 to 0, Tulane defeated Ag-| Maryland is rated a favorite over j wilh thc 7ft> rather ordinry * les 53 to °- I V - p - l - at Norfo111 - this year and the Tigers stro.-^ i Both Soutli Carolina and Scwa- Georgia Tech plays the only in- appears this is Little Rock's sen- game tn the confer-j son after six straight losses. • nee, meeting at Columbia today, have played L .S. U. South Caro- Una defeated Louisiana 7 to G while the Tigers trounced Sewanee 12 to 0 Davidson offers a basis for comparison of Duke and North Caro- tersectlonal game tn ence today with Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. North Carolina meets 'Davidson at Chapel Hill. j j — - -- ----! Read Couricir News Want Ad- A man. in Woolwich, England. has built himislf o coffin nn.i sleeps In It every' night "to get i^3d to the feel of it," he says. work there only Two offers to participate in post-1 n,? d they llke ! lim °" " lc ™ m >"' <i season charity fUbalt game] Ime I'^f'" 0 TOuW te n - BOO(I °" c to games have been rejected by Ihe University ol Alabama. Faculty authorities replied that Alabama's hard schedule of games made it advisable for the team to get down to scholastic work. You might infer that even If Alabama should be chosen to play in the Tournament of I<or:s game at Pnsadena New Year's Day, it would be impossible for the team' to play—for the same reason, if you did you probably would be WTong. Up in (he Air San Francisco am'.- ixis Angeles nre some distance removed from watch. • •. * Where Do They OnV Where nre the football Mars of yesteryear? Some of them nre bond I salesmen, others arc prddiing in, surance, a few are coaching and xv Bui the West I'oml f atl " ates h »™ ,f c ','»- ( l »«" ' Ar . my , ns second llculcnants. They ' ^ °"* £ " cll(l ""'^'"nts- pay, al,so, until they prove Ilicy arc worth ! more. That goes even if they did ! score the touchdown thai beat dear | ora Oglewash. the other eities'in"!!/Auwricai!ami, Hayti Gridders LflSC National Leagues. But travel by airplane wouin make possible their I membership. You could even in-1 chide Havana, Cuba, in a big Ic.igue based on aerial uniiFportallon The New York Giants could play in St. opci Third Straight Game HAYTI, Mo.—Hayti lost her third straight game Friday atli'r- noon by losing to East Prairie, there 13-6. Before the loss of several star Portageville Stars to Meet Hayti Team Sunday HAYTI, Mo.—Tile Hayti All- Stars arc scheduled to play the ! PortayevlUc All-Stars Sunday, N'o- ' vembcr 1G. at Hayti. Both football ! tennis will be composed of former I high school players. This will be the firM game of the season for . either team, but a good game is | expected to be played by the for- j mer gridiron aces. Hayti's men will nvc-r.-.Ke close to 105 pounds. Hayti has no knowledge of this seasar.'s lineup for Portagcville. Last seasi>:i t«o All-Star games were played by Hayti and Portageville with scores evenly divided. The following men will probab'.y be Hayti's gridiron defenders: Col.'- maii. Gardner. Morgan. Dickcrsnn. O. Dean. Shaw, Howe. Chisni. Jordan. Grccr, Jaffcc, Chapon, y.-.;\ Moore. Notice to Levee Tax Payers Louis on Tuesday and WJ vn a sc- lies in San Francisco on T!uir<rtiv • P 1 ^'" 5 ""S' 11 was llvm s "1> 1(1 "'•' with plenlv of rest in the m«in" oxpeclatlons of having an uudc- time. Besides, think of the f' "h" foatcd ycar ' St ar . tlnB '» «'«!) Hall, sports writers would i»v. nl,; f""back, Hayti has lost live first from Boston to world series jump! The _\V)tiUicys Harry Payne" Whitney but his horses go rumlne 0:1 nellus Vandcrtilt Whitney Im.i t^_ en up where his lather icil o:7 The great race that Equipoise won recently at Pimllco. comlii" from far behind in the muck and mire to win a thrilling stretch rim l-.clpcd in his ad- same strategy- would have lauded if successful. been SMELT GIVEN MEMORIAL .BERLIN. (UP)—Because an old legtnd had It that the smelt brought prosperity to the town of Niko- l»iken In east Prussia, the (own council has erected a memorial to Ih* fl*h, lo confirm Carnelms V. HOIIDV? f f - yi " 8 slrl "8 n«n: fullback, two hnlfbacK .one end. and a tackle in tlic Irs: ; three weeks, because of grades. 1:1| ness. etc. Xo scoring in the first quarter: Is dead, i n ti le SC cond quarter Conu. E.i«: Prairie, and Duncan, Hayti. mrb touchdowns; In the third qunrt^: Laughlln, East Prnirie. uwd: ,• touchdown, and Hubbard made rx- tra po!"t; no scoring in fourth quarter. The lineup was: Football Results miration for the thonxishb'cd Cornelius V. fits into the Whitney racing pattern as well ns docs his cousin, John Hay "Jock" Whitney the son of Payuo W.-ntney The' sons are carrying out the fine rac- East Prairie Hunter Lawthorn Powers Woods Scott for generations. ' ' Notre Damc-Vali Negotiations tn- a football , v Conn Preston Mubbard Launhlin Pos. • RE RT no c • LO LT LK Qn LH RH FB llaylil Randoln': ! Kirbi- • Mclloa.iW I Chnp:nai-. ! O.iilcy i Kliouri- : Strirn Barnes Slaic Collrsrs OklAhoma Teachers 27 College Cvarks G. Hfiidrlx-Hendcrson 0 Arkar.s\s CoUoge O/ SUfe Hlfh Schools Sjiringdale 54, Faycttcville (Uni- \rrsity) 0. Van Buren 7. Russellvillo 0. M ilver!) -12. Prefcott 7. l>~Hpht G, Dierks 0. Waldo 13. Mount Holly 13 CJ.IM. Hope 33, Stamps 0. Hoscrs 20, Denlonville 0. Kiloam Springs 32. ut'utry n. Hector 19, Gideon IMo.) 0. Mornlton 19, Paris 0. He; Springs 12, Memphis Tech 6. Ciurdon 12, Sparkman 0. OsooolA 20, Luxora 0. King between Notre Dame and Yale' are j Read Couritr N«w? WRUI Ads. Airplane taxis at 25 cents a mi;e n r a single passenger are o)>cratcd " i«vcn English "PAY LEVEE TAX NOW and SAVE PENALTIES" Osceola Court House, Nov. 17 to 22nd Inc. Blytheville Court House, Nov. 24 to 29 Inc. Lyn P. Gooch, Levee Tax Collector Blytheville, Ark.
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