BLYT11EV1LLE .(ARK.) COURIER JNEWS Chicks Upset Batesvi \» .— . _.. SATURDAY, OCTOJJER 21, 1H1 Rising to magnificent defensive „ heights, the Chicks foiii?ht off three r determined Pioneer drives deep in uuic-imim-u * iui^v.1 ijii.>..i ..LI.!* it, o| commumis iimi iiiMnicu the very shadows of (heir goal posls, iru> willing youngsters "Pop" nf - -.ij-,..... n~... ./ — engineered a touchdown drive of their own in the third quarter, and uieir WMI HI inu umu ijuum-i, .MIU mm as i do us reany n rare oc- thcn outlasted the fast fading visl- ciision for him to go out on n limb, tors In nn interesting nip arid luck rfe just, doesn't care much about battle. sticking Ills neck oul, especially battle. Cli.i!i(rcs I'jiy Off Coach Anil Green Khuflieo. his lineup nnrl the changes p.ilil olf with big dividends. He returned Gerald Blonieyer to center, moved John Bruce Wilson in at right tackle, gave Joe Ferguson a stnilinB assignment at right end. elevated Stan HOIK! lo left halfback, vacated by Jim Smart, and turned Capt. Jimmy Stafford's guard Eliot over lo Billy Koonce. Each proved an ace move. Btomeyer was never belter as lie set the blistering pace on defense. The others caught Ihe spirit and turned In Ihe best collective performance of the year. Given the captaincy IteUI by lii.s pal and buddy, Stafford, Joe Neil nnlelifl more limn justified (be selection as he did ycomau service at guard. His decisions on penalties . were superb. Comes Through Tlie smallest member of the stiuad, Billy Delong, who scales a bare 125 IKiunds, came in for his share of ( the glory. Belong was called in to' punt three times during the back-lo- the-wall stands mid he came through beautifully. .He fumbled a low pass the first time, but picked it up and sneaked past his would- be tacklers for four yards, enough for a first down. Standing back deep in his end zone after his mates hud twice taken the ball away from the Pioneers, Billy got oil zooming eud- over-end punts thai traveled 45 and 40 yards and pulled the Chicks. out of impending danger He drew a b'g hand from the small but enthusiastic crowd. Thanks to some one-man power, one Calvin Smith, captain and left halfback, the visitors captured the statistics by a small margin. They racked up 11 first downs, ns compared to eight for the tribe, and had a net 140 yards by rushing to 114 for Blythevillu. Four passes out of 12 added 28 additional yards. Two were intercepled. The Chicks threw two, completed one for four yards after having the first try intercepted by Smith. Smith Sets Pare Smith was almost the whole show showed n net 84 yards for high. H did all the passing, kicking off. punting, and a large share of th in the first half. Poguc carried off offensive honor Hood Goes Over For Only Score Goal Line Defense Checks Hard-Running Batesville Star ; The. BlythcvlUe Chickasuws gave the dopesli.TS n resounding kick Insl night ns they battered out a well deserved 6-0 triumph over the big Batesville Pioneers, snapping a four- tj game losing streak wilh their first (.„;„.„,„„ ull , H , V1 ,, U>>>JC u.i.uuj taste from the victory cup this year, Hil; h p lllxK)se s I wc nl lo see Ihe to 0 DOPE BUCKET BY J. r. JTBUND K GOOD -. .. Shortly after I heard that Syl- vesltr "Pop" Mosley had accepted the tedious and thankless task of ouching the Blyllievlllc Junior rand ol 1 num. Between the continuous stream if commands and Instructions to made one prediction. Now it you know him us I do its really a rare oc- ivlien there is no apparent need or benefit derived. Here Is what he snld In all sc- ,vhen the strong hearted Maroon and Wliite shlrted lads dug In and held. Delong again limited out beautifully. Seconds later Eugene Kemper recovered a fumble by Smith when Wilson smacked him hard. The half ended ns Blonieyer hauled down Smith on a pass Interception. Opening (he second half, Bates- ille again went into action as Cha- .iey scampered 37 yards on a beautiful cutback. Nicholson downed him on the Blytheville 23. A pass put them In the hole back on the 21, then Captain nalcllff nailed It down by nabbing Chancy for a loss on fourth down. Turn On Heal Then flic Chicks really turned on Ihe heat for Ihe first time. Starting from their own 21 they drove 79 yards without losing the ball. Nicholson got six at light guard. Hood scampered around end for 3','j and Pogne plowed for first down on the 3-V. Nicholson added 20 yards on u couple of reverses. Pogue picked up five on a plunge. Batesville was too rough on a line piny and was penalized 15 yards, pulling the ball on the Batesville 29. Poguc spun for eight. Nicholson got one and Pogue came back with three more and n first down on the n. Piigue plowed again for three. Hootl fumbled u pass from center but fought his way hack lo the line of scrimmage. Sylvester passed laterally lo Hood for four. Pogue picked another first down on the seven. Hood added one on n jaunt when his would-be receivers were covered. He then followed Pogue over the goal line for the touchdown. Dnn Cnldwcll came In for IHo placement, try. The ball hit the crossbar and bounded back. The quarter ended after the next kickoff. David Covers I'unl Sylvester's recovery of a blocked punt gave the Chicks, the ball on the Batesville 32 on Die third piny rlousness: "1 may not win a single ball game with the kfds, It really doesn't matter, as far as mere winning Is concerned. H Is secondary lo me In this ease. Hut I'll promise you one thing. They arc jjolug to know how lo block and tackle when 1 get through with (hem." That's all he said. Thai's all he wanted to say and left me high and dry lo go call altenlion lo one of his backs that he was not get- ling down exaclly right In Hie line, to another that he had a fool fniilt in the backfleld, and so on down the line. Well, "1'op" isn't, through with them. He has Just begun but al- rendy his prediction Is beginning to bear oul. I was at Osccoln Thur.s. day night find watched them (jo down, 7-0, before a superior group of boys, 't'he Seminole reserves not only had them outweighed considerably, but had years and experience on top of that. But did that matter? It certainly did not. They tore into (hem with a vengeance that must have warmed the hearts of "Pop" and Frank Wliilworth, who is helping out In his spare time. THREE FINE TRAITS Woefully lacking In gridiron generalship, due to lh e fact Ihm every member of the squad is playing his lir.sl compcllllve football, the Papooses rnntlc mistakes, sen-or- al of 'cm to be exact. They didn't perform v/ilh the finesse of battle scarred veterans and no one expected them lo. But three things for Batesville. His offensive sheet but could gain only nine yards on four tries and lost It, The Chicks stopped the ensuing drive on the Batesville 40 with a tackling. When he was needed ir. fumble recovery then wisely punted that last desperate fourth quarter on third down. Hood laler checked surge he just wasn't there. He spent Hie visitors and sealed their doom v,i^c^ir !„ n,» n^i .,„,. w nij n 1)nss interception on the 40 and returned it 12. The locals were out very coiispidoiisly: they were In excellent physical anil mental condition; [hey blocked and Ihcy tackled hard, and exhibited Hint chariiclerislic do-or-dle spirit Hint has featured great niythev'llle tennis In the past. The longer (he game progressed the tougher the aps became. At the finish they ere ns strong as when it started. I w/is especially impressed with ic tackling. Most of them wen: w and hard and accurate. There as little of the horse collar type, rsually the lackler buried that lonldcr into Ihe ball carrier and ; hit the deck with a resounding uid. Blocking was prclty good, too, :id should improve along with le tackling as they get some vnl- iblc experience uiiclor their belts. Several fine prospects appear in le offing. This kid Dickie Greenell is better than a fair hand nt Being ihe lent her. Jack Elliott cklcs ns viciously ns any Juniors have seen in years. Dilly Br/icey oks promising as a linesman, john cover Is a tough cookie. Don Bc- larse should come through in fine tape. Mosc Simon reminds me a eat deal of Eddie Saliba. Billy 'nync McFarlniul will help when : gels ' ' -"• cagaii, Klglit now (be biggest difficulty - ~tiv*L. *.«»in.u wii uii'.iionu 1IUJIU1S ""n .tuiinvu IL. 14. LIIV; luuills WCrK for the viclorious Chicks who looked knocking at the touchdown door unusunlly strong physically, tackled when the snnds ran out. well and viciously, and ran the! plays with consistent precision. Ii. 17 tries "Cotlon" turned in a net Johnson 50 yards. Many of his ramrod bucks : Kcraper were the needed yardage for val-1 Koonce uable first downs. He was a de- 1 Blonieyer tensive bulwark, too. David Sylves- jRntcliff (c) ter called a good game at quarter-' Wilson back, mixing his selection of plays well. For the nrst half it was all Batesville as they repeatedly stormed (town to the Blytheville citadel without success, Taking the initial kickoff they Immediately engineered a drive down to the (24. But Hood checked it momentarily with a pass Interception. Chicks Gel Goiiis Getting their first try with the nugget the Chicks reeled off a couple of first downs. Hood quick kicked to the Batesville 10, Chancy returning to the 23. A blocked punt set them back on the 16, but they got n nod from Lady Luck when Ntch- • olson fumbled Smith's punt on his own 36 and Center Dowdy recovered as the first quarter ended. . With Smith setting the pace the Pioneers drove down to the Blythc- ville 2-yard line, but surrendered the ball on downs. Delong was rushed in to kick out end he did, lo Wright on the 47 who returned to the 33. A holding penalty didn't even phase their next surge that again went lo the two-yard .stripe Lineups and summary: Blytheville Pos Datcsville LE HiX LT Sims LG Anderson C Dowdy Jones England Bugles Wood Smith (c) Chancy Hanks Ferguson Sylvester Uo«i Nicholson Poguc D.T RE QB LH RH PB Score by quarters: Batcsville .......... 0 o 0 0-0 Blylhcvllle ........ 0 0 G 0— C Substitutions: Biytheville— DcLong, Lutes, Grey, U. Caldwell. Batcsville— Nelson, Collie, Wright, Hedden, Wallace, Huddlcston, First Downs: Batcsville 11 Blv- thcvillc .8. Scoring: Touchdowns — Blytheville, Hood (plunge). Passes: Batcsville— attempted 12, completed 4 for 24 yards, 2 Intercepted. Blytheville attempted 2 completed 1 for 4 yards, i Intercepted. Penalties: Batesville 5 for 45 yards Blytheville 3 for 15 yards. Officials: Staff "sergt. Robert Tubus. (Little Uock H. S.) referee- Lieut. Allen A. Hurley (fowa), field judge; Lieut. Cecil Garrison (Southwestern of Memphis) umpire; Lieul Bill Adams (Arkansas State College) head linesman. STLING Legion Hut, Monday, Oct. 23, 8; 15 p. m. Lowest Admission of any \Vrcsllin B Arena in America. ACulU, 36c, Tax Se-Tolal, 45c. Reserved Seals, 13c, Tax Sc-Tola!, loc. Children's Seals 12c, Tix 3c, Tolal, 15c. Reserved Scats On Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday from 6 p. m, on TAG MATCH ALLEN & KNEILSEN MALONE! WISBAR 2 30-min. Preliminaries ROY ALLEN GUSJWISBAR STOCKY KNEILSEN vs. EDDIE MALONE Hoffman Leads Tigers To Win Scores Three Times Against Fort Smith In 22-0 Victory Ily (lulled I'rcss The conference leading Little liock High School Tigers (lid II again. Tliey run ever tlie Foil Sinltli Griz- v.lh'S lo Uic tune of 22 to 0 nl Little Reek lust night. As usual, it was John lloir- , - inan. the Tiger fullback mid lending conference scorer, wlio stole Hie show. Huffman scored (hrcc of tlie licngiil touchdowns, lumbering 38, 57 mid 1C yards In each Instance lo reach pay dirt. Anil he kicked' two extra points, sending his scuson scorlnfi record to lie points. In oilier conference cuKasemeiils last nii<lit, North Little Hock downed llusscllvlllc l'.l lo 7 lit Rmscllvlllc; Pine ninft defeated Onnulcn 30 lo 1 nl Pine BlulT, and Hoi Springs trounced Fordyce 40 to 0 nl Hot Springs, i Oilier scores last night Included' Stuttgart 12, England 0. Elaine 20, Holly Grove 7. Clarendon 0. Cotton Plant 0, Italian 7, Little Hock Catholic IIi|;h G. Hope 2), Tcxnrfcaiin 8. Paris 12, Greenwood (i, Corjwny 37, Harrison 12. Bald Knob 32, Pocahontas 0. El Dorado la. Magnolia 7. Scarcy 14, Forrest City o. 1'iinujouUI 19, Rector '.0. Rubliico •«, Bauxite 13. Wynne 1, Mnrlamin 0 (forfeit). team of tomorrow. STRAIN TOO GREAT The name of Bale.svllle never falls to bring lo mind a highly [•musing story and incident whlcli occurred during the first meeting of the Pioneers and tlie Chicks. It wn.s back in 19-12. John Edd Men reaching Hie aec of 25 were regarded as "too young to smoke" a century ago. Allen and Knell sen Booked For Tag Bout With Wisbar, Malone \ Muss team wrestling with added livntcd quite a wide following by' i-jnpliasls on science and skill to go Uiflr all-round skill. .Skill Versus Skill Allen, who features the dangerous ! presort- kangaroo kick, will pit that ace with his speed and cleverness against tlial of Uic Dutch slur and It bears ev- with tin 1 rough sluff will be Ihe order of ihc evening for Promoter Mike Mcroncy's weekly rin tiition Monday. The promoter has booked another „. promising Ing mulch and two pre- cry indication of turning into lt llmlnaries for the card, bringing beautiful exhibition. Allen will huvc tack a couple of old favorites who a weight advantage of a few Inslg- Imve been away for some time to nificant Hounds, but that is offset by compete with two who have been Wislxir's superior speed and agility quite active Mere In recent weeks, j fn conlrusl, the fur is due to Ily i'livorilcs (.'nine Hark .thick and fast when Malone anil Hoy Allen, who easily could clou- j Kneilscii langte. not only in (heir bio as n contortion! 1 ;! and a kiuker, I llO-miiuitc liine limit preliminary H'liinis jiflcr an extonrtcd absence, but In the feature event as well.' to team wilh Stocky Knellsen for While always rough and double team with Stocky Kneilsen Ihe first time In ;i local ring. CMS Wisbar, the blond wizard and lunitlvc from the Na/is, also makes a reappearance after campaigning in other rings for weeks. He Is hooked wllh "Irish Eddie" Malone, the smiling Irish star who lias fairly leaped Into prominence by his all- round briiiititice. Thusfi I wo loams will hook up in Ihe feature tug match which curries the usual 30-miiiute lime limit, two best fulls out of three determining Hie winner. l-'or the preliminaries tin. 1 matchmaker 1ms (hro'.wi Allen against Vv'hbnr, and Malone against tlie former Naval champion, Kneil.se;). Show lias Halamc This program bears every Indication of developing Into a well balanced show, packed with an abundance of speed, science, skill and dinvn-to-the-earth brawl, a combination that should please every type of wrestling fan. Hearting tlie scientific are Wisbar and Allen, who prefer the clever phase of the game to tiie rock-and- suck. But that doesn't mean they rioirt go iti for Ihe fisticuffs. Quite the contrary, In fact. However, they usually don't start Filch tactics but arc quite handy with their dukes v.'licn necessity demands it. Their individual match, which * »>-"> il'MDlUIIilL I 111 Lit. II. WHICH James, who went lo Batesville ns may open the show in pvcnl the head coach after serving a couple Hip of the coin fall:; their way has of lei ins with the local high created n tremendous amount of school Juniors, was the hero of this I interest along caiiliUowcr row. Those yarn, a true story and witnesses two giants rate amoiij; the clcver- to back it up. jost of any to appear in the Le»Ion When John Edd, now in the: squared circle here and have cm 1 - Ariuy, went lo Uic pioneers the i first thing he did was schedule back. Ditto for 'Gerald a likely tackle star. getting opposition. There aren't inny .schools nearby which have unior teams. Actually. Osceola's :serve team is out of their »gc nd weight clnss. Jonesbnro has a tie team and will repay an earlier sit next \vcck. The Memphis Junir High learns engage in a city iries and are seldom available, ut school officials arc keeping the Mcphonc.s nnd mails clogged with quests for games whicli are rc- iiiiemcnls for development. Keep that line going. They're our n game BIylhcvillc. And 1 can imagine the old boy pointing- to Ihls historic meeting. Doubtless, he daily reminded his youngsters 12,000 Expected To See Arkansas- Texas Contest LITTLE ROCK. Oct. - . - ... -11 (UP) — that this wns THE game of the! Snn >t 12.000 fnns «-c:e expected b season and If Ihcy didn't win au-l' i;c on hand when the curtain goes other he wanted 'in bag this one. >'-"<••• • - •• Talking to him in the dressing room before the battle It »"13 oS- vious Dial he was all keyed up. He wns so nervous lie eoiilfl hardly wiaj) the ankles of his kids. Finally, and it must have cccjnecl :i year lo John Edd, the hands of Ihe official's watch pointed to 8 o'd.ick. The teams poised for the kiekoff. niythcvillc lost the toss and Bntesville had elected to receive. The whistle blew, There was n resounding Ihud of boot on pi«- ikin ami the ball sailed deep into Batesville territory. A back gathered it in his arms nnd started up (lie field, full steam ahead. The Chicks rushed In charge. There was lo meet the a collision as met flesh. Then all of n sudden a form shot through out into the open field. H was the ball carrier and without a con- tcsling member of the tribe, lie went over for a touchdown, standing up. As cxpeclcd, bedlam rained on the Bntcsvillc bench and on the visiting rooting section. Then it was discovered that Coach James was iy> on Hie 20th renewal of the rival ry between the University of Ar- :;?.nnas and tiie University of Texas at Little Rock this afternoon. The weatherman predicted fair skies and normal temperatures for Little Rock. Rain fell efirly today, bill tlv sun is shining over (lie capital later in the day. The Arkansas squad will be out for its first victory over the Texas Longbonis since 19J8, and will be seekini; their sixth victory over the Texas in 2(5 slnrls. Th,, Texas eleven has won 20 of the 25 games played so far. Probable starting lineups indicate that tlie Texas squad will have a team average of better than 200 pounds to the mail, while Arkansas will average about IDG pounds. The Longhorn line will average 212 against 204 for the Razorbncks. The Orange Free State is in the Union of South Africa. not entering into the mirth making.. The shock had been too great. He had fainted dead nwny. Batesville won with cusl, 30-13. f 9 I'M SAVING WASTE PAPERS" Yes ... waiting is hard. But it's easier when you're doing something to protect and aid him .. . and bring him home sooner 1 Your Government says that wasta paper It tha No. 1 war shortage. Thera'i your opportunity! For waste paper is everywhere. Newspapers, magazines, wrappings, corrugated paper .. . bundle them all in packages about 12 inches high and turn them in. 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