The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1930 · Page 6
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Help! Help! Scribes Need Shark KtMlllCtt Canilhersvilie, Score, 12 to 0 ChickV:Come From Behind to Win Final Game for Ccach Henry Hudson. Playing their nnal game til t'.v; season and their last pamc »n.l-.v Coach .Henry Hudson, the Blytheville ClUckcsaws handed the Cct- ton Plant Scrappers their seco-.i'.! defeat in two years and their flr.-t defeat In sEvera! years en the Cn\- tch Plant gridiron 12 to 7. Thr v.-ay from , | Georgia Bulldogs Arc Vic- lims; Tulane Beats L. S. U., Vols Triumph. ' : If you consider the most complicated cross word puzzles easy then turn lo football and the jArli high school championship n for a hard problem. Anyway, ire situation Is certainly battling, wiih Mate grid experts and sport writers groggy from the turn o! events ,:i | _ ATLANTAi aa ._ T i, e Crimson the past Ii-» weeks and dead from | Tj[k . of A iui, ama upturn! certain loss of sleep trying to figure ou-. ; wiiiy ,„ , m -,. c j ( ., lhln | ul| , „, nve some team for the state lille IIOM- : y enrs [ 0 iMsadcna, Ca'l.. f partlcl- ors. Ipate in the floss Howl classic,as The_ state champlcnsliip, quite irc-p:i.'sei)l»tive of tlie touth and often 'a vr.guc ailalr, promises li casl against -the Pacific coast be even mere so this year. j champions, Washington. Stale. Al- i.M<\ 4 'Hie Kenni'll Indians were held, to a 12' lo 0 score I'.ere yesterday, by the' lighting Ctirulhersvilte Tigers in Uie Turkty Uay annual meeting of ( the tennis. I 'The lU'imett eleven outplayed j flw weaker Tigers, making 17 ru B t' downs to four for the lalter, but they wen- held at the most critical by thd fighting defemive Van Burci! clos;U Us season vie- m the, m<. v iJnl'-=> eve w mieJSl ai e\er -lories yca.ntay when U defeat- was the 99th (or the •'" theMhree years ihoy hr.ve teen 'under the leadership o> Coach Hudson. During the tec years they have lost only three games. Eeven )>layers participate;! in their iasl game for the Maroon ed Foi-t Smith but supporters o' the claims cf Fordycc, Camdcn, Lltlle Itock and El Dorp.do will argue tiiat VKSI Huron's sclicdule did not include a single strong team In the state. Camden, El Darr.:lo, rardyceand L'.ltlc Ro'ck lost, only one gameeacli bul Pordycc and El Dorado played .a tie game. Fordyce defeated Little . and White "yesterday,. Uicludinii JRosk but lost to Camden after be- Capl. Rnyder," Pete Craig, Genroc • Inu tied by El Dorado. Little Ruck Matthews! Colston, WcstbrooV;, [ was defeated by For'Uycc but WcstbrooV;, j Gordon and Luckell. Two other members of the Equad, Bobby Burns, shariisliootlng passer, and R. A; Nelson, "reserve back, wore (he Maroon and White for the last time. Coach Hudson goes to Louisiana State University next year as a-student-professor. The Scrappers, rated as the fastest team In the stale, battled desperately' to turn back the invading Chlckasaws, but despite the speed of the Cotton Plant boys the Hud- sonmon'matchcd oflense with a set of-hard running and elusive tack-. In Pete Craig, Tom Short, J. T. Crale and I. .O. Westbnrak. The latter tinned hi his best performance of the fenson. Pete Crfti 1 ?. all• state fullback, demonstrated to Cotlon Plant "fans why he was selected for the honor, while J. T. Oral? -an:l Tom Shor.t turned, In some sparkling runs. ' George Matthews, demun center of .the Clucks. -Vernon Wiggins, reserve end, who came into his own yesterday, and "Skinny" Jaggcrs were outstanding in the Chick forward wall with liuckett' playing .1 splendid game. Two former Blyth-ivllle bays. Hugh-Baty Proctor and G. W. Procter, were tho outstanding stars in the Cott;:: i j !ant lineup. Hugh Baty Proctor returned a punt through trie-entire Blytheyllle (cam to score Cotton Plant's lone touchdown and his sparkling end runs cere features' cf the game. -.: Proctor Cotton Vlant Slar The Scrappers-started off as if they intended to give their, hcrae town fans- nnothef run-awny victory of the style tliat the Citton Plant ci'o-.vds have been wilnesslnti this year. With Hugh Baty Proctor slipping through the Chick defense for .swift .gains, the Scrappers ' marched from their own 20 yard line to the Chick 40 yard line where a Cotton Plant back was knocked loos from the ball and Blytheville recovered. .The Clucks were umbb tp-gatn and Craig booted hick dcop into Cotton Plant territory. The Scrappers started another march ant) in'three plays the speedy Proctor ran the ball past, the Chick 40 yard line. Again Cotton Plant lost the ball when a hard tick): resulted "in ai:olhcr fumble. Then the Hudson offense began clicking,with Pets Craig. J. T. Craig ar.d.Toai Short ripping through t;:c line and off tackle in a coiiiistenl CO yard . march that ended only when Pete Craig rammed the line lor the lirst touchdown of tho game, " seven minutes after the opening whistle. The try for point failed: Battling desperately, tbe two teams waged a battle in midfie-'.cl for the rest ot the psricd with neither team dcmcnstralln; more than a flash of offensive abllUy as the forward walls dug in and refused lo budge. With the second period halt gone the Chickasaws v.-erc forced back within their ov:n ten yard line. Pete Craig bcoted from behind his own goal line against a strong wind. The ball hit. tho cround on Blythevllle's 25 yard line. A Chick player touched the- ball but failed to cover it, apparently under the impression the ball was "dead." Hugh Baty Proctor, t'oe Scrapper flash, picked the bail from the ground while running at full speed and sprinted thrcugh the entire Blytheville team to cress the goal line standing up. The try for p=lnt was successful. Neither team could gain an advantage in the re:nainini; minutes cf tbe second period ancl the half ended with the Scrapp:rs hadln° 1 to 6. the waiting arms of Vcrncn Wiggins on the Cotton Plant goal line end . the Chick end clutthc'l" the tell and fe!l over the goal line for was defeated by Fordyce but de feated El Dorado. Then El Dorado added the final complication yesterday by trimming Canulen. And Van Buren did not play <i single major team. Tlie indications are that the state Is going to have to struggle along without n state high school ciism- plon for a year. Wilson and Osceola In Draw, 7-7 WILSON, Ark.—Osceola's S?mln-! oleb gained a moral victory: by j hcMlug tiw Wilson >Bulldogs to a ."even-seven deadlock here yesterday. The Bulldog!-, scored In (he first porlrd a-: the result, of a steady | inarch when Bcalle went across for' the tcuchcown. Try for point was successful. ,,,.,„, . _, . Ihe fighting Osceolans scored a Jnrrelt. Lloyd and Str< Ud . ot -tli? touchdown of their cwn when Lap:"":.. *J™ £« **• onjnslve swes wont ovel . from ,, hc thrcc %$g%mm .i?2$tip^^smfflmim&®BM TOJp touchdown when he was tackled hard. Wiggles was knocked unconscious on the play but managed to hold the bp.ll. The lanky end who had been, thwarting the efforts ol Proctor to circle his wing was unconscious for -20 minutes, on old Pass Is Winning I'lay Five minutes ' after the second half opened the Chic!:asaws put over what proved tojie tlie winning louchoj'ui on a beautifully executed forward pass. Pcle Craig, triple threat ac= of tin Chicks, hurled tlii? pigskin 35 yards into Injury being aggravated by the tackle. The try for extra paint, again I ailed. Heartened by tlie second touchdown the Hudsonmen again started an oflensc that carried them ID Cotton Plant's one yard line. But the Scrappers stiffened -their defense and took the ball over almost on their own goal llnj. In the lust few minutes of the fourth cjimrtcr (he- Scrappers op;!i- ed up with n' despt::-at; attack nr.d advanced the tall rapidly lulo Blythcvlllc territory. The game euilwl \vllh the Scrappers-oh t:ie Chicks' eight yard line, trying desperately lor a touchdown. abama has yet to be defeated In the Rose Howl. : The powerful Crimson, boasting one of the strongest forward walls h the entire country, mode sure bf lliclr nomination for the Rose Bowl game by decisively trouncing tho fighting Georgia liulldogs ot Birmingham yesterday, 13 to 0. The victory gives the 'Tusciloosa Tor-, lors an outstanding claim lor the oulhern conference championship, although Tulane, last year's champions and undefeated this year In the conference, also has a claim. The mighty Green Wave was hard put to subdue the fighting Tigers of Louisiana State University •12 to 1 at New Orleans. Toe L. S. U. warriors received some satisfaction Irom the fact that they represented the only, conference team to score against the Qrcenlcs this :cason. T.atnrs Run Wild The Florida Alligators furnished what many experts believed to be the mcst surprising performance of the day by Invading Atlanta tqjun roughshod over the Golden Torn&V do., 55 to 7. THo Yellowjackcts were swamped with the worst defeat llicy hnvc sufTcrc:! In years. The fighting Illuc Devils of Duke University fought ihcir'way to a U to 0 Irlumph over Washington and Lee at Duke Stadium In Durham. It was Ihc eighth consecutive game lor the Devils without n less. - At Knoxvillc Bobby Dodd brought p. new helpmate Into the spotlight and turned back a fighting lenm of Kentucky Wildcats from the Blue Grass region, 6 to p. Two field goals and a safety provided the margin as sure footed Charley KoiUhase turned the trick with his educated toe. , Other games found North Carolina walking over Virginia, "10 U> 0. Ole Miss tinned back the Miss. Ag- gies In their annual Thanksgiving game, 20 to 0. Auburn got right against South Carolina ID score its first conference victory In four years by a decisive score of 25 to 7. V. P. I. trimmed V. M. I. 24 to 0. hacks:m the Held.Although Scottj yatcl , line .,„ the sccom , (uarteri and N.,nvn tuvnwUlii 'some good Tnc ,, y rol . „,,,„,, was awa j deil to gttlns fm-the-Ilgers. •- ! O.::eola, evening Iho count, when The l<.?iii:cll team made its first louchdattn in tho initial Quarto, Inking llic ball 33-ya'rds" («.' tlie Tigcrti 41 yard line cn'a sustained march und then Jarretl slipped through for .41' yards' ^hd ; 'a"touchdown. , ..,-. .-i, ••' ,' -^ .. In tho third quarter, the Indians cnrrlid the ball from their own 18 yard line in n steady march to tcoro again! • Both tries for jwlnt wero un.succ2ssful.' Football Results O.:;eola, evening Wils'.n was Tl;a' Iwttle '. )vagCQ desperate in the second half but neither team was able to put across another counter. Wilson. idemonsirated^-Ja surjerior-. offense!'.but the Bulldogs failed (o:• yaiu when they ueared the ScmliKles' goal line. The Sem- hioles held once on their, one yard '.in? and punted cut of danger. . Hayti Improves Grid Record This Season HAYTI, Mo., Nov. 28—Haytl set a new mark thlu year her first game in three years. to this year Hnyti has Little Hock. 33', Lindblom of Chi- the footl of the P lcs3 . but :on she cnme up with, a batting average of .571. The Indians 13- Centenary 1, Arkansas Q. . . Arkansas Tech 31; College of (he j tlcd on - B ame - lost three. 3zafl;s 0 I ' our - Her opponents h Henderson , State 13, Ouachila 1 63 > }0lnts and Ha * u ha; Always the best at the lowest prices. Get the habit; of coming here first—it pays! P & G Soap 5 Bars 5c With Hurchase of $1 or more, 1 deal to a customer Outing Yard wide, grade heavy Childrehs Sleepers Outing Gowns Sizes 98c 1 lo 10, values For ladies, 98c quality. Si/.es IS to 20 Blankets Part wool, size 80 x 6(5, good quality $1.95 College 6. Arkansas College 27, Jonesboro 0. 1 Hendrlx-Hcnderson 40, Arkansas Teachers 13. •. ' . . ; 'Clarendon fi; Brlnkley 6 (Tie) ftcelor 3»,'Flggott 6. Malvern 19; Pine Bluff 7. Springdaie 40, Rogers 0. Waldo 20,' Magnolia High 0, Horatio 12, Do Queen 6. .Toiwfboio 45, Paragould, 0. Van Duren 12, Fort Smith 0. Booneville, 6, Paris 0.' Dermott 31, Warren 0. Stuttgart 20, DeWitt 0. Sllram Springs 96, Bcntonvllle 0 El Dorado 19, Camden H.-.- Fnyettevllle . High-; .13, Ulilvers! High 0. '• '. : ' .'.'• ' Murfreesboro.1. Delight B-. ; Nashville 20, Hope 13.: Dai-denelle 18, Ola 0. McOehee 13, Duniaa 0. Texarkana (Ark.) 12, Texarkniai (Tex.) 0. Mcnlicello 7, Magnolia 0. Before the loss of five middle, of HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Sec Buck Jones in Men Without Law' -A Talking Western— Haytl had championship > material, Ladies Dresses $4.89 Good selection of sport styles and suits i | tho last two ercup.l as 63ca'des and .Eueh aliens on general ^Ladies Coats $19.75 . SHRETOPORT, La., Nov.-27- Centonary gained the upper,hand on their. Southwestern (/inference fn:s' In the final minutes''of the flr;>', half today when Ben Gamer- rf i principles will have more or less t, icemmcii cause in what WUllam H. r-j Aiiders:n of New York calls the ID ' Step-Allen -Representation move- i-.ir.ent. x Congressman Gaio Stalker -of : Elmira, N. Y.,- sponsor of the so- 1 railed .Jones law a'nd reprci.jnta- tive of upstate New York Kspubli-1 'ires i cans opposed to the New York j City influence, has such a plan. His j.; sifpporters include such congress;»' men as Dickjrn of. Iowa, which is due to lose two roats, and Hoch of Kansas, which will : lose one. tlb-lancing the secondary defense. Bill Cameron' was sent into th'e contest after, his brother's spec- tacular'run, raid place-kicked the ball right' between the goal for the extra point, which won the 7 to 6 game from Arkansas. New arrivals, values to §39.75 |Vash Frocks $1 value, guaranteed fast colors, long : sleeve and high 'neck or Servicette siyles Many new arrivals, values to §5 $1.88 LAST DAY Underwear For ladles, Vehstic rib fleece shirts and drawers, eitra heavy, garment 59c ildrenb Shoes $1, All leather, full lined, patent or gun metal, all sizes. $2.45 values TW - ; '• - C? !••''• ' Mouse Clippers For, ladies. Red; and. brown, sizes 4 to 8. . 79c sellers c Ladies' Dress. Medium and high heels, big assortment, . §3.85 sellers, special Admission — Night—JO j\[atiuce and 25o. and BITZ THEATRE Last Time Today CHARLES ROGERS WARNING ORDEK CHANCERY COURT, CHICK A- SAWBA DISTRICT. ?.1ISSISSIP. PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Missouri State Lite Insurance Co.. Plaintiff, ; - No. 4819 vs. W. 'S. Crowder, ct al., Defendant. The defendant. George White, is warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in Uie 'caption hereof and answer to complaint of the 'p!a!ntin, Missouri State Life Insurance Co, and J. . H. Singleton, Trustee. i! Dated Nov. 12th. 1930. W. W. HOLUPETfcR, Clerk : By Haryey Morris, D. C. Ivy .W.. Crawford, Ally, Ad Lltcm. -.*- >' '• . 13-20-28-4 : • ' with 11EI.EN KANK A'ICTOU MOORE Comedy and News. Matinct—10 and 30c l—10 and 35e. and closed forever V. YorkSfc Sold to St. Louis Stock Buyers for 25c on the dollar To be moved to St. Louis Saturday night Hurry! Hurry! Going fast! No reasonable offer refused on any of your needs Last Day Saturday and closed forever Work Shoes For men, Hack and tan. $2.85 to $3.45 values Sheepskin Coats $6.95 For men, corduroy shells, extra good quality Trousers Of Moleskin and "hard wear" materials, all sizes from 29 to 42. §1.95-. values Union Suits* men, heavy ribbed' garments Sweaters For boys, part woo!, heavy shaker knit, roll collars ' :D Men's Sizes $1.95 Army Shirts All wool, lined t bosom, double elbows, §1.95 val-' ues Meiis Suits Values to $35.00 • 17 A wonderful assortment of new winter siyies and patterns, alt SIMS Men's- Overcoats Grey, brown, blue and mixtures, good patterns and styles, a PHONE 2ZO

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