The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1930 · Page 6
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But the husky veteran ol the Maroon and White eleven played one of the most outstanding defensive games he lias ever turned out here. Craig analyzed the Earle plays accurately and made an Inexperienced group of Chick ends look good by the way he swept Into the shore end run attack of the Earle team, playing havoc with the visitors' oiMnse. thicks HoW Earle •• -The B. H. S. eleven counted 16 first downs to four for the Earle tjain with a recovered punt that the Chicks blockeo. gaining one first down for the visitors. The riiost suc- 'cessful form ot attack that ttic Earle aggregation showed was short, flat heave Just over • the ''scrimmage line • but the receiver could never break loose for. any lengthy gain. -•Richardson was the star of the Bark team and demonstrated hlr auslveness by some sparkling broken fleld running with.but little as- aistsnce. The Earle halfback also puzited and did most of the pas.* flipping, although'all members of .the Earle rear works seemed adept at heaving the pigskin. Hartley, Earle center, also looked good, cs- .pecially since he was opposing one of the best pivot men In the state in George Matthews, dale led the scorers with'three touchdowns, McAfee counted two m and Tom Short plunged, across the sJTyar'd"line.'" The" Chicks" gTt „ •:goal line for one touchdown. Me- good break and ,. rashcd for " a flrst Afee was successful m two tries icr J5 own to ^^ 20 ynr<1 ltne Cra(g .extra.porms. ^ . - j totssd to McAfee for n touchdown .; The Chick oiTcnse waited until , and the extra poln'. counted for a late In the first quarler to gather ha to O^sore. fcrce: After several small gains by After Pete Craig had ripped off the'Hudsoinr.cn and an exchange anotller -'touchdown nnd McAfee of punts the Cliic>:s took the ball , imd flung himself into the air to near, midflcld and started a sus- | pull down a heave nnd gallop to HE UJftSTEEIMG OFF OW OLE OF THE seecto 6OJF CHAMPIONSHIP ..... COP To ACCOMPANY HIM } BBFopE MAMS THE piNCH. CONDESCENDED i& cwxtf fog U6 PRiSOHE£...,VATfeS SUOTA roarrtEi8, BuTTUe i PEFU9EP WBE and then booted the bull to Earle's FflCEJITIETICS jimmy SERIES Rise of St. Louis Team One of Most Sensational in His- toy; Cubs Sure of Second ' NEW YORK.—There is joy in Sf. Louis for Gabby Street and his Mnsational Hod Birds have swept to a National league pennant. [ Climaxing one of the most, spec- I lacular rises in modem baseball history the Cardinals beat the Pirates yesterday to clinch the senior ciicult's pennant nnd assure them of a position in the world series again the Philadelphia Athletics of.j the American league. Haines held the Pirates to eight hits while his males batted heavily to pound out a 10 to 5 verdict giv-' ing tlie Cardinals 21 games out of tlw last 24 they have played and 43 games out of tlwir last 55. While Hnlnes was none loo steady yesterday, his mates backed him up with the same heavy slugging that lias been a big factor in their victorious drive down the stretch. Tlie Chicago Cubs 'cttnched second place in the National league but lost, out in (heir futile 'chase after the Cards as they defeated the Cincinnati R*ds, 7 to 5. Stcph- c'nsoii. pinch hitting, started • the rally that tosk the Bruins to victory, The Philadelphia Macks went to work early but managed to eke out a 7 to 0 victory over the New York Yankees. Rommel was the winning hurler nnd Prank Barnes was the loser for the Yanks giving up the winning run In the pitching fine ball. ninth after Earle . tained march for the goal. The Chicks counted two first downs in rapid succession with Tommy Short doing most 1 of the ball carrying'. : Then -crals uncorked a .pass to Westirook that was-good lor « yards. :Short carried the pigskin twice and - the.local eleven hadJThorn ' • counted' the first'.touchdown of the ! peltls 'game. McAfee's, try for point was j Gary good. . - '.'.'_. ! . - j Hartley •Two five-yard penalties'against'iGilmer .the .Chicks gave Earle its ..Initial [ Turner first'down of'the game without the I English .visitors'gaining an/inch. ifj r _ : v Earle Geit Chance Soon after .the second' quarter opened.the visiting.eleven got Its .opportunity to score and failed to Make advantage of the brVak. Earle recovered a fumbled punt on Bly- .theville's 25-yard line. The visitors with In: inches of Die goal line and cross on the next play, the scors was- 38 to .0. Hudson sent, his reserves into the game In flocks but the Chicks were still gaining when the whistle blew. Eden Richardson Till" Staten Pos. LE, LT 1C, C RG BT RE QB HB HB FB Blytheville Gordon Colston Alexander Matthews Luckett Rayder (C) Hall McAfee Short Westbrook Craig Substitutes— Burns', Wiggins. Tipton, Nelson, Blanchard. Rayder, Pride, Usrey, Webb^ Taylor, Fisher, Locke, Bone. Referee—Merriweath- .renewed hope, flung them-1 er '(Hpndrlx). HeadHncsmiin- selves into the attack with their' heaviest back carrying the ball for a good gain and managed to reel .off a first down with the aid of r penalty on. the Chicks' 10 yard line. Here the B. H. S. line concentrated .its power and flung the Earle eleven back five yards where the . Sh^hurfhSTnkle in UD a MK and Whitworth. Time of Quarters—15. lonesboro Aggies Tie Caruthersville Juniors kicked weakly out to the 35 yard line but the Earle attack .again failed to function. Earle JONESBORO. Ark.—The Joncs- boro A. & At. college Indlnns nnd Ihe Carulhersvllle, Mo. Junior col- ilcge elevens played n scoreless lie I before 2,000 fans here last night bi the opening gair£ of tl<c season Most of the play was In Indian territory. Women's Toulrney To^Start The niinunl women's golf tournament of the Blytheville country club will stnrt next week according'to an announcement by Johnny Pepp, club pro. Ail members who desire to participate In the tourney are urged to Inform Mr. Pepp that tliey will play and will be bracketed for the tourney play., . - • No handicaps ars allowed in the annual touniey' which will. be : run off at match play/ Extra! Hayti In Win After ; 3 Lean Years' :Ted Lyons hurted and batted the Chicago White Sox to a 3 to'l triumph over the Detroit Tigers at Detroit. Lyons let tlie Tigers down 1 with five hits and smashed a homer and single hlms()lf. .The Washington Senators lost to he Boston Red Sox and with It Hifh School Little Rxxk 26, Jonesboro 13.' North Little Rock 31. England 0. Fordyce 6, Malvein 0. Atkins 13, Ola. 0. Brlnkley 70,.Barton 0. Camden 40. Prescott 2. Boonevilie 0, Prescott 0. Helena-.26. Clarendon 0. Texarknha 19, De Queen 0. Naslivllle 19, Murfreesboro 0. Lake Village 27, Portland 0. Bearden 27, Chidester 0. Hot Springs 13, Conway p. Gillette 0,'Stuttgart 0.' Siloam Springs 32, Watts. Okla.O. Van Buren 6, : Heavener, Okla. 0 • Charleston 6, Alma 0. Dardanelle 13. Morriltbn 6. Springdals 62, Cassville, Mo 0 Westville, Okla. 20, Rogers 0 Scott'«,' Puller 0. Hamburg 19, McGehee 0. Marlarina'21. West Helena 0. Stephens 35, Louann 0. Warren 21, Dumas 0. Hope 25. Magnolia 0. Delight 13. Glenwood 6. . Hartford 25, Mena 0. CoUtff Ouachita 32. Monticello A i: M 0. • Magnolia A & M 12, Texarkana Junior college 0. Eastern Oklahoma Teachers college 6, Arkansas Tech 0. Jonesboro A & M », Caruthersville, Mo. 0, . Centenary 27, Hendrix-Henderson 0. lave received/for a victory.' The Nat management had . promised Hadley a bonus of $500 for every win over 15. Hadley recently pitched lib 15th triumph. Tigers Beat Hurricane in Hard Fought Battle LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—The Little Rock Tigers defeated the Golden Hurricane, of Jonesboro high 26 to 13 here IViday niglit but'the'local grldders were forced to wage a hard battle to beat the eastern Arkansas squad. ' ', . • At the half the score was 14 to 13 for Little Rock. Bump Hadley, Washington hurler. 'moved and a glass lube substitut- lost n $500 bonus which he would ed, died after a short illness: BREATHED THROUGH GLASS POUGHKEEPSIE. N. Y. (UP)— The mm who breathed through a glass tube'10 years is dead. Hugh ^Keenan, whose windpipe was re- Alabama Has Running Mate of Albie Booth UNIVERSITY, Ala., Sept. 27."Bat" Bellini, Alabama halfback and. former running mate of Albie Booth on the New Haven, Conn., high school team, k one of the smallest players in the Southern Conference, .weighing a scant 14E pounds, and measuring but 5 feet 5 inches from the ground up. ' The "Bat" came to Alabama unheralded- and unsung and was literally lost on the big frosh squad of 192«. Undismayed, Bellini came out foi the 1929 varsity. He was consigned to the scrubs and stayed there until several of the regular backs were injured. Then the "Bat" got his chance. • Playing in the safety position he startled • spectators and coaches alike by his spectacular playing. It is a treat to sec 1 the'"Eat" National Amateur Championship to Be Decidecl Today; Bobby Favorite. ARDMORE. Pa.—With the Amateur National championship wait- irlg beyond 35 holes or maybe less today Bobby Jones, the supreme,. •• golfer, will play Eugene Honiani 22-year-old youngster, today. \jr If Jones triumphs today, and the Atlanta barrister is an overwhelming favorite, he will have the four major golf crowns of the year and probably the greatest achievement that may ever be recorded by any golfer. Five down- after the first 18 holes, three down at the 27th and •still two down with four to go. Homans with tremendous flghtiiig spirit won three of the last four holes to beat 19-year-old Charley Seaver of Los Angeles, one up oh the 36th and last green in the semi-finals yesterday. Jones' machine-like golf easily disposed of Jess Sweetser in the other half of the semi-finals, 8 up and 7 to play. Honmns remains as the only barrier between Jones and .a fourth national championship triumph for the year—a clean sweep that would leave King Bob with rip more worlds to conquer and a record that n> a y never be equaled. :'. Brilliant as was the golf Homans displayed in overcoming Seaver, the Jersey youth went the last 18 holes in an even par--70, nevertheless, he would have been 6 down to Jones ot the 28th on the bssls of their two performances yesterday. The finalists have met once before, in the second round at Mlnt- kahda In 1927 when Jones was the victor over Homans. by the count of 3 and 2. '.'•'hidden away behind some big line- \ man, streaking down the field almost out of sight. . kicked and McAfee slipped through i the Earle t«am for a long run to j (he Earle 10 yard line. The ball! *as called back to mldfield, how- j ever, where ' a Blytheville player had. held an Earle man and the Chicks were penalized 15- yards from the spot. • The Chicks promptly took the offense ag*ln and " .rolled • up three first downs with Pete Craig gal- ! loping 25 yards across the goal | st Second Round In : Men's Golf Meet To Start Sunday Second round matches in the annual men's tourney of the Blytheville country club are scheduled to begin tomorrow. All firs', round matches are to be completed or forfeited by tonight and results of the matches turned in at the club cnd- dy house. Second round matches, unless already played, are to be disposed of by Saturday night, Oct. 4th. Tills rule applies In all three flights, according to the tournament committee. Seveial second round matches have already been played. PiaOOTT.. Ark.—Hayti, Mo wo her first football • game in three yenrs by'defeating Pi^gott, Ark.-ui a hard fought ;gatri« yesterday afternoon. Hayti gained the . lead in the first; half .and'.Respite tlie'ef- forts of PiggoU. she..stayed tluire". Score 13-0.. .- ' .••"..•..-....... .•..;' , llayti's'nrst'ylctory'.ih three years Is credited .to, the coach, H.'M. Mills. Mills last. yeaj,.-.his"' first'.year. with Hayti, set 'ofit; with; R.team 'that had -for trie .la'str.fsw/ye^rs-beeh.a jtfe- In' Southeast' iJlaB"burl.;j'.-HD' train'-;, cd his men'for '.tlie-coming'years. Not a single.game .dJcKfie win, but he Is gelling, paid, npw 'by a tie with Lllbourh.aiid a victory frpin 'Piggolt. Hayti has played' two garws this year. " '. " " ' ' ' .. .Strieff.- made-' both .of. the. touch downs. He' wto tlie ' star ' of ihe Siime with' Ball. a . close, second. National League W. L. Pet, Louis 91 line for another touchdown. The 'Chlcaco 54 New York 85 Brooklyn 84 Pittsburgh 73 Boston 69 Cincinnati 59 77 try for goal failed. Barns Hvrli Long; Pus .Again the Blytheville eleven had tie ball in their om territory Just short of mldfield. McAfee. Chick quarter, completely crossed up the [Philadelphia 52 ICO Earle team by sending Burns back ' to pus and Craig down the field. Not expect!ng a pass with Craig put at the re»r position, the Earle team etoed in for a run and Burns tossed a perfect heave 30 yards Into U» arms of Craig who raced 20 acre for a touchdown. It was easily the mo»t spectacular play of the game. The try for point failed and «t the half the wore was 19'to 0. JBoston 52 100 . Ait Earle back almost got away • ,OD the kicked starting the second ' taUt but an unsung hero In the j V r; iek team caught the vUitor from j^Moi jutt ai he had a clear field j •head.- The.ball iwept back and! ' forth . between mldneld and . the ' Chicks JO yard line with Craig mix- '. Ing lc a M .yard run that was! '^nullified by fumbles and penalties. ',-Buie.kicMd over the Blytheville •"; «sa^'Hne. From the twenty yard , llne;CnM« (rattMrrt »n«* h *r 20 yard .594 .579 .553 .556 .520 .457 .388 .342 Centenary Sweeps to Win Over Hendrix Team SHREVEPORT, La.— Centenary opened Us 1930 reason here last night with a 27 to 0 victory over the Hendrlx-Henderson Warriors of Conway. Ark., in Shrcvcport's first night football game. A crowd of about 4,000 saw the Gents outplayed In the first quarter, saw lliem come back to score twice in thr. seconrt period and apply the finishing touches in the third and fourth periods with two more tonchdo-.vns. "Legs" Diamond Back to U. S. American League W. L. Pet. Philadelphia 102 SO Washington 92 60 New York 84 68 Cleveland 79 72 Detroit 74 St. Louis 63 i.Chicago' :.. 60 91 .397 .611 .605 .S5J| Games Today American Ltacue Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. New York at Philadelphia. Washington at Boston. National League Boston at Brookyn. Philadelphia ot New York. Cincinnati at Chicago. ;Pilt.'*ureh at. St. Louis San Francisco "Gold" Rush Ends with Report SAN FPANCISCO. (UP)-Onc ot j the weirdest gold rushes In lils- t tory ended \vllh Ihe report of cx- •="jpcrt mining men that the gllttcr- • 490 |ing ore on Rlncon Hill near the •420 [ city's business district was Iron pyrites or fool's gold. •342 Excavators uncovered the ore 0:1 private property but within an ho'.n hundreds of city residents h a A ! gathered arciind and [or several i days they dug into the hill side at feverish rate. One tourist that Europe wasn't FINDS PKARI. j SCHENECTADY. N. Y.. (UPi-- •Dr. Frank Porter Day, presidcr.i •of Union college, found n pearl m I Ills first order of oysters on the | half shell this season at a local glad to see, Jack (Legs) Diamond, alleged New York gang leader. Is piclured above as he arrived In ' Philadelphia aboard a freighter ! nitor his deportaiion from Germany. He was arvcsled by Philadelphia detectives, booked and ! photographed, and then rdrnssd oil bond pending arraignment in a . •. polios court. The Levee tax Books Will Be Open for Collection at the Following Places:Blytheville Court House Oct. 1st to llth, Inc. Osceola Court House Oct 13th to 18th, Inc. Blytheville Court House Oct. 20th to Nov. 11, Inc. Leachville Bank November 12th Manila Bank November 13th Blytheville Court House November 14th and 15th Osceola Court House November 17th to 22nd, Inc. Blytheville Court House Nov. 24th to 29th, Inc. Lyn P. Gooch, Levee Tax Collector Blytheville, Ark. Y

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