The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1944 · Page 8
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-ff:; PAGE'EIGHT BLYTIIKVILLE, COUHIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2'1, 1944 Russellville 11 Displays Class ;;,R««d Sparks Winners; ^ Pogue Scores In 4th On Intercepted Pass i ; A-~ determined Russellville Crimson-Cyclone reaped vengeance for past successive Defeats by engulf- liig%e Blytheville ChickasaviS under-a series of long runs and passes for a 31-1 victory here last night. ''Ralph '(Happy) Reed, « will-o'- UiV-'whlsp runner with a dazzling change of. pace arid a'strong whip- like-throwing arm/ was the biggest noise in the first Cyclone triumph oiier,a : Maroon and White team In school history. The all-Arkansas High;' : School Conference nominee not only set (he winning pace on the.ground with 62 yards by rushing, bat completed six of 15 aerial bombs for an additional 173 yards, and provided the longest and most spectacular jaunt of the exciting evening/with a 82-yard touchdown run after taking the second half klejjof'f.' ,„-.,/• Long . Bans Numerous 1 Marathon "sprints came a dime a}"dozen and helped to keep the fans lri.nigh spirits as they watched their Chicks go do»n for the eighth time,this season, four in rapid succession. Emmett Haney, considered qns'vof the. fastest in the state track circles, was on the waiting list of a favorable glance from Lady Lucf in the second period when he had a long, arching pass batted into his -arms while goafl-^ard bound and didn't even have to check, his stride to complete the additional 35 yards for the second gussellville ..touchdown. -,The customers hardly had become adjusted once again to the stadium seats in the second half when Reed took Harvey (Cotton) Pogue's klckolf on'his own 18, dipped and darted in and out of the onrushing tribe and finally picked an opening to, race*82 yards for another score, »»Jack Ingram, a tall gangling center r with ham-like hands, speared a toss from Stan Hood intended lor J, TJ. Johnson and outdistanced the field to open the fourth quarter with touchdown no. 4. ' >" , .Poguc Makes Dash , Then in the.latter part of the same' period -Harvey (Cotton) Pogue, bruising Chick fullback, gave the faithfuls,their first big cheering inspiration of the well pla;,ed game when he snagged a Eussell- ville pass out In the flat and simply ran off and left the visitors to score £he tribe's only touchdown. It was a brilliant 6-yard run • • i * Bitterly contesting every surrendered tyard, the ' Chicks lost to a supe'nor .eleven as the records 7,'lU prove beyond a shadow of doubt. The ifsitofs rolled up 15 first downs as compared to five for the locals They finished with 206 yards on the ground by rushing to 37 net for Blytheville. Their supremacy In the air was about as overwhelming, 113 ' gained yards in six passes to four of 14 for 36 yards * i. , Punters i^In^Fijrm touchdown, Reed plowing the-last yard after lie set up the score with u 25-yard chunk (o Wallace Parker, his left end and a late starting selection. Haney moved It up to within blowing distance with n 11- yard sneak through the.middle. Chicks Bow Necks The Chicks bowed their necks and battled the visitors on even terms until the- second quarter when the Tornado began to blow up another storm during which Lady Luck frowned and smiled. Frank McCutcheon, fleet left halfback, broke awny on n 55-yard run over the Chick goal line only to have the play called back and penalized 15 yards for clipping. But it was just a minute or .so Infer that Haney generously received a batted pass Into his arms nnd had only to run for the second touchdown of the game. Hecrt, nlwnys dangerous, nearly got away on another scoring Just as the half closed. He intercepted a chick pass on his own nine-yard lino, cut sharply to his left and sold out down the sideline. 1 ;. Out'In the clear he stumbled, fumbled nnd fell, John Bruce Wilson recovering for the. Iiomcllngs, Russcllvlllc led 13-0 at the halfway mark. Visitors Score Last After Reed had pierced the Chick's hopes for a very close game with his 82-ynrcl kickoff run to start the third quarter, Blythevlllc got Its real scoring op- porluiilty late In the round only to have Ingrnm spoil It with another pass Interception and subsequent touchdown. 20-0. The filial scoe came on next to the last p^lay of the game. Riissell- ville received, after Poguc hnd scored oii .the Interception nnd boolej the extra point by placement, and generated nnotlier sustained drive that carried 81 yards to the score. O'Qulnn, a substitute set the pace with a 25-yard run on the revived Statue of Liberty, moving down to Hie five. He pierced left guard to score standing up. The lineups.and summary: . Blythevlllc Pos • Russellville C. Caldwcll LE • Parker Wilson isr Turner (c) Koonce LQ . Rngstlale Blomeycr o Ingram Ratcllff ; : . RG Jones RT •: Pugh RE ' • Burns QB Reed LH McCiitchcon LII Hn'ncy PB Barker Substitutes: Blyllicvllle — Dclong, Kemper, Johnson, D. Cnldwell, Stone','Lutes, T. Sylvester. Russellville — Minor, TovVnsend; O'Quinn, R.'Dnciis, B. Dacus, Hvlcr, Phillips, Allison. Scoring touchdowns:' Blylheville— 'ogue (Interception). Russellville— ?ejxl 2, (rushing) (82-yard run), Hancy ._(pass from Reed), -Ingrain (Interception),' O'Quinn (rushing). Extra points; Blytheville—Pogue (place kick.) Russellville— O'Quinn {rushing), ' . v First downs: Blytheville 5, Rus- j, n Q'Svl ° slnr M S',3 • slcr (c ' JJfchUm" i *;°T t H'sc «" wj^oKUef (here was inother brlghl spot'iri the Chick may.,It,was the great punting by we",three. Iocal\kickers, Billy away for a 50-yard gain, while Belong and Hood punted once each forj44 yards. Reed, who did the chores for Russellville, barely av- ejaged 30 yards. But he more than made up with his flying feet and accurate throwing aim. ,The contest had hardly gotten under wav before the Chicks found themselves on the outside looking m. Russellville took the first punt and marked 51 yards for the first . Penalties; Blytheville two for W i'ards; Russellville' 5 for GO yards. Passes: Blytheville completed 4 out of 15 for 36 yards and had 3 intercepted. '.,.' Russellville completed 5 . out of 14 fbr intercepted. Blytheville . Russellville 141 yards and had 1 0 7 12---31 ....... „ „ , .. ----Officials; Lieut: Bill Adams <Ar- ansas^iSlatD) reierce; ., Lieut. Cecil QarHstm , .(.Southwestern, Memphis) "frfplrt; iV.Sf i'.'fSeffet; • Roljerl, 'Tubus ttle6lc;,Hl«SrVi< linesman; Llent. (Io«a) ; field Judge. Allen Hurley Football Scores L. R., Catholic High 2, Bauxlt Dermott 4, Hamburg 6 Springdale 4, • Bentonvllle 0 Atkins 4D, Morrllton o Magnolia .7, Malvern 0 • ADD LIFE TO YOUR TIKES MODINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. SWEET MI1K FRESH EGGS TURKEYS Another Conference Game, 31 to 7 ~ * ~~*~ ~~ • • "— —•— ; ; _— — ? t onesboro Will tattle Trojans Feature Conference. Game Is Scheduled ' At Hot Springs Hy United 1'i-css The powerful Joncsboio Golden urrlcniic will meet the unpredlcfii-: c Hot Springs Trojans at Hot irlngs tonight, In the feature game tlio Arkansas High School Con- rencB. In other conference altnlm, For- •ce meets North Little Rock at 01 Hi Little Rock, and lienton takes i Forrest City fit Forrest City. ' The Little Rock Tigers, (ilrcndy nfercncc ejjnmplons, will meet rccnvllle, Miss., at Tiger Stadium. Non-confcicnce games tonight inude: Snmckover at El Dorado. Pnrngoiild at Searcy. ' Sublaco at lititesville. AImn ut Rogers, Parkin at Wynne. England nl Erlnklcy. C!n:!csv!!!o nl Purls. Hughes nt Miirlnnna. Benlonvlllc at Sllonm Springs. DeQucen nt Menu, DOPE BUCKET &J. J. P. FRIEND i EE1) THE CALL In this current crisis the Prcsl- ent of the United States nnd'lits ;cnsury stnff hni'c Issued nn ap- al to the loyal people of this eat nation to heed the call to tors with' their dollars. The sixth war Loan drive has INI Inaugurated nntl begmi. While "st reports are most encouraging, uch water must pass over and idcr (he bridge, and the green Ack must llow generously to gu ver the lop ns our loved ones are olhg on the beachheads in the acillc, Ihc vast expanses of Eur >e as they engage the enemy. Our responsibility of keeping Ith with (hose who are fighting id spilling Hiclr life blood Is just s great. We must support them ita onr resources. We must provi ir trust In them with our dollar- r them. To do less (linn our best oulcl be to .deny them of the lings for which they are fighting 'c cannot, fall. We must not fall 'B WILL' NOT PAIL. So buy and ecp on buying until it hurts; in est in Hie worlds' greatest busl ess, these United States. The following'poem wns clipped rom t\ magazine and gives a good isight into the life our boys nrc Ivlng "over there" so that we can live In peace and freedom over ierc. It was written by a former New York iwstal clerk who has been there. It follows: k ••'••', DOWN IN Till! FOXHOLE'"'/ Ky ItlCIIAKI) ISAIIKY, I,ocal No. ib N.F.I'.O.C., 111 the foxhole under the sky, A place full of horror to live or to die, Burning by day In the heat of the sun, Shivering by night when Its day's course is run, •„. Sniping at japs us the planes roar o'crhead, . • , We succor the living, we bury Ihe dead. , ,' -, Down in the Joxhole, dealli all around, Pin lies In the blue sky, bombs on the ground; Terror and darkness with us . at night, Evil stalks everywhere In broad daylight, : •...-'.• No hope for d respite when: day is done, .,,.'';.. Far on i of range of the riflei 'or gun. Down in the foxhole far from our friends, . . Die flash of a rifle, so a life;ends, Fever and ague wrack body and soul, - • Life Is a torture down in this hole. lilj we're buoyed up in our terrible plight; • Ciod is still with us, our cause is right." COLD L'OflGEO NOSE? Feel etuffyV 2 drnpain cauli nostril, help you !>rcatho freer. Caution: Ufio onlyafldirectcd. Got PENETRO NOSE DROPS New Theatre Manila's Finest , Shows Nightly 8:00 P. W Matinees , : Saturday & Sunday ; Best Washed Air Cooling System j; •• ^Friday:,. 'THIS IS THE ', •-';. with .- •'•:'•< '-- I)6tialil O'Connor j;',« ; t •Serial .& Short ;-,' 1 -';, Saturday' , 'FUGITIVE FROM SONORA" . A •Kcuiibllc Picture Serial &• Short ' Saturday •';; OWL SHOW ^ 'SINGING SHERIFF" n-ith ; •' Bob Crosby • \ : Selected Shorts * ?J ' 'Sunday and' Monday • -"THE CONSPIRATORS" with Hcily I/.unarr & Vnul llenreiil Fox News '•& Short Uowu in• the'foxhole, one life 'to give; ' Freely It's given th a t frcc'dom may live. Closer and closer we cling to the earth, - . - ; . Dreaming of dome and the land of our birth. • • / We stand by our comrades, no foe can divide; • We're true to Ihe buddies that fight by our side. Down in (he foxhole, under the s rain. Hoping our efforts will not be in vain; Bearing the brunt of an unending right. Friends, be ye true to the heroes who died, itnnd by your country, fight by our side. —New York Fed BUY A BOND TODAY — EACH t AYDAY, r Jj£l]!>, . _ Doing our utmost for God and the Drink of fhe Southern Gentlemon" •• "*' Newark, lOOpro.of j ' New York, N.Y,'*^* 1 '''** " v . n ( .[^ Follow thai man! First seen in the November 25 issue of The Saturday Evening V Post, wealing a cheerful smile and that Handsome overcoat by X -•;/• * , • «? • ' , j? Hart Schaffner & Marx, Since then the coat has popped up ••ffi in-towns all over the USA.. One glance and: you know e^. & • 'V - '•' * ^i-, ' f 'V/ ' . ': -,-• - ' . • -••• , v "^ f! • ' • . - , - - ' -J\ ; jf , .. 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