The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1939 · Page 6
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FACfE SK, BLYTHEVILLE, (AKK.) COHKIER NEWS Kentucky Team Has Lost But Two Of Last 19 Contest BY J. P. FiUENn 'Another chapter in Blytbeviho High school's already teeming football history book will be written tonight .when the CJn'cknsaws clash with the Fleming (Ky.) Pirates m the first intersectioiiiil grid game ever singed at Haley Field, Tlie game provides another nov-'* •' • " •— : elty in that il marks the iii-sl lime ,..,,..„. .... . „ n Iccal football team has faced a • bo'hwcd . with bolls on his rk-ht Kentucky representative. Nestled ""i c; 7,^ n ' 0! ', blllu ', t ' llcnlls wllh up in the coal hills in Use nmtii- p rorGe , Bu "?, t , p ''"' lt " nd nad lo ern piirt of the sUtc the Plralcs . "? v f. n w stil(te tnl(C » over one will make the longest Journey for of , s *%**}. ™* c * v >'- t d bruised n a local appearance, traveling an- C ™P'« ,° r ribs *M"B « 8<wl line n »win,i,ioi. «:n .-.!„.. -— ; encounter wlih I'rcscoll: and Chit- proximnlely 050 miles With no real basis for comparison ^hice both tc-anifj play in different, sections of the count] y, fans are at n loss in figuring out. the dope.- However, it, is generally conceded that, the,visitors must have an excellent team to compile the record they have in the last three seasons, regardless of the oppo- siikn. In winning 17 of 19 games since the op&iihg of (lie 1937 season the Pirates clearly indicated ~sectional*- supremacy. They waded through opposition with reckless abandon,,and .to such an extent thai opponents became scarce. Hence the appeal for competition which was snatched up by the Chicks. Last year was a banner season for Coach Vincent A. Vaugrmn's Pirate band. They wen eight of nine starts and scored 213 points to 39. When they protected their goal line at, home !t inaikcd the second season that no tenm enjoyed the distinction of digging cleats' into the turf behind the final stripes that bordered Fleming pay dirt. No district team was able to score, either at ho;ne or abroad, against them, \vhtch Is distinctive. Coach Vaiiglinn wilt present a seascned team .studded with seven members who have earned as many as t^o'letters nlrendy. With one exception the team Is Intact for the third campaign. The line averages"'hi the vicinity uf 115 pounds and the bncks 103, which H ample weight' for prep selio:! teams. Head Coach aoe Dlldy has decided not to break up the starting com-' bination that started tlie current season with an Smpiesslve 58-0 vict'ry 'last week over iPrescolt, That means that Captain Danny Warrington and Buddy Baxter will be at the terminals; Alvin "Mnn Mountain! 1 . Justice and L. c. Joliu- son, tackles; Raymond Bickerslaff and Pat Chitmon, guards, and "Wild Bill" Godwin, center, in the forward wall. The backfield will con- f sist of Gene Hood, blocking back; the touchdown twins. Norman "Monk" Mosley and Sonny L'oyd at the halves, and Willis Ford fullback. condition and at their full strength. Hugh "Tex" Harbcrt, veteran right halfback, John "TuD.y" Crnmer. , man, were nursing minor ailments but latest reports from Big Chief mud. Dildy were that they were all right and i ready' fo gtt. Harbert has been incouhtcf with I'rcscoll; and - noii has been playlnj, nurse maid '.o a boll en one of Ills anna. ,'l'he y.crb hour is 8 p.ni, wt ICO 200 184 , 175 1GI ICO 155 ICO 113 158 165 Probable FLEMING Johnson Arftco C. Stnpteton Gardner H. Conlcy 1. Coiilcy Alfnno Venters McMilliui Smith Miss Starting Line-ups J'OS. I/.E. 1..T. KG. 0 R.o. I1.T. R.E. Q.3. UH. H.B. P.H. DLYTHEVIUj; naxtcr Johnson CiiHmon Godwin Blekmlnff Justice WarriiiBton Hood Mb.slpy Ford Lloyd Wt, 170 195 Ifiij 210 180 209 185 105 157 165 105 Infer sec tion al Tilt ST. KEEP Seminoles Look Impressive In Opener; Dyess Score Comes Lale Will Determine If Nashville Or Atlanta Represents •SoutKern NASHVILLE, term'., Sept. M. (IIP)—Tonight's flnnl game in the Southern Association Shaughncssy play-offs will ' decide whether it's lo be the Nashville Vol.? or Die Atlanta Crackers,in the Dixie,series with the Texas League representative. The Vcls evened the count at three games each last night by defeating the Crackers.5 to 3 behind Sam Kahcm's stendy hurling. Ace Adams for Nashville and Larry Miller for ,Atlanta-':are expected lo toe the mound in the finale. The Vols routed Jinx Poimtex- liinlug Vilth a four-rim outburst. ler .Irein Hie mound In the ' first Holy -poly Bob Durham succeeded him:and held the Vols to one nm for the remainder cf : the game, but the damage had .been done. Nahem held 'the Crackers to eight hits and was In command of the situation all 'the way although lie was reached for single runs in the fourth, fifth and eighth. Atlanta's last run ; wns Lester Durge's Ic'ng homer, ••_(. .'.. . ':;• ..... \Haas and.dhnpman led the Nashville attack with two lilts each. Job Hunting; Now an Art LOS ANGELES (UP)—The University of California Inaugurates this year a new course that Is'be- lieved lo be about as up-to-lhc- ininute as possible.' It will be called "The Art of Getting a Job," nml will include .studies ranging from mback. • wm inciwie .siuoics ranging from The team is in excellent physical "Occupations nnd Employment" to mdlticn and at their full strength " >e te<;lml 'l' le of asking fcr a job Raindrops 'that fell millions o! Paul/'Bucky" Blackwood, and Chit- years ago have left tlielr prints slabs of stone that once were Read Ccurler News wnnl ads. COMING TO BLYTHEVILLE Monday, Sept. 25th F. S. WOLCOTT PRESENTS HIS SMASHING VALUES Celebrating 10 Straight Years of Leadership Rabbit Foot Minstrel All New Except the Name MH to Receive Television Sound... the Ytirikit Way! HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Coming out from 'their rest period liie Colonists changed their attack from Die ground lo the air, Cards Remain I\ Games Behind In Torrid Flag Battle i>. By OEOliOF. KIKKSEV Ualteil Press Stall Uorrosiitmdoul NEW YORK,Sept. 22.—K , With Olllliim doing the chunking, »>« l»'0per time to sing a song of i Phils in two and \VnHrlp, a glue finyei-ed cml, P™^ for Jimmy Bicron, scrappy' i,i«n'i Inst -, the receiving they completed a se-:"^'- Inncldcr of the si. l,;u| S Car- rips of ptuaes but tlielr fine wort- 1 diiwl.f. went to naught on n fumble and triumph over Hie lght year.s. He la thoin In .that Ucnll recovered on the Dyess 34- yard striped Osceola turned on .the heat and in five plays manufactured a t.d. w ith HucKnby going Long overlooked because of ilic ballyhoo for Jce Mcdwlck and Johnny Mlze, Brown actually comes ns close as either of them to be- in« the mrst vnlunble player 01 ny J. e. OSCEOLA, Se|)l. 22.—Dashing n nvcrful running attack led by Jan "Rabbit" Williams, Picas Utickntjy nnd Earl Morrison, the Dsceola Scminoles got oir to an mprcsslve stnrt In defense of tlielr Northeast Arkansas Conference cliampionslilp by easily defeating Dyess Colony, 30-C, here last night. The champions won almost as they pleased, scoring in every (Hinder. They (allied seven In the fust, 11'In the second, 12 In tlie third and six in the fourth. With exception of the Insl the visitors never, seriously threatened. In fact, they had their backs- In the shadow of llielr own «oal pests most of the lime and only a. stubborn Hue prevented at least three other touchdowns when scoring seemed Imminent. They made their only surge Inlo Osceola territory with only five minutes re- imilnlng and had n Beaut minute left over when Pntlon Piekens crashed .the center of the line for the only Dyess touchdown against Cteccola In the three ycnrs of com-' petition. Osceola lost no time getting out in front. Taking the opening kickoff they ripped the line nnd circled the ends until-liucknby raced iu-omid his left terminal for the score. Elmer Brynnl wns pulled back from .-center for the extra point -Land, 'converted with a per; (cct ^placement.- •< - ,[••.-- • Shortly after (lie second q'u»V? ler got under wtvy, young Williams took the ball from center, fnkcd beautifully to a back who charged by and tlien broke through the line. He was iiwny-down tlie field lietorc the opposition woke up. and realized they were chiislhg the wrong guy. He outstepped the Dyess safety to complete the unchecked GO-yard sprint, perhaps the highlight of the Interesting gtmie. Bryant again booted for the extra poiul. The Semlnoies scored two safeties before the hall ended. Joe Billy Edvington nnd Billy Beall, two sterling ends, Inckltii Gllllam trying to rim the bull out from behind his own goal line, almost In order. Score: Osceola 18, Dyess pass from center. During the ensuing wild scramble the ball slipped over this goal line and the ever present Bea!) pounced on' it much the same order as a hungry man grabbing-a piece of juicy beet steak. Dyess had been' doing a Brent deal of passing, with success, but were 'unable to gain nmcli way until after the final score. The- ir the Cards come on to grab the Nallcnal League ling, Jimmy Brown will be as much responsible! for tt as any of the more highly 'publicized stnrs. The Cards were still very much in the flag chase today bet-ausc of Ih'own. The hustling SI. Louis EhortsUp started the winning rally J'fsterday In the ninth \\hieh cn- vlstory Dodgers the ball down In scoring position' where Patton made Dyess history. The attempted' pass for conversion (tilled and the game ended shortly 'afterward. Tlie lineups: ' N Pos. • Osceola (35) iRJE. Beau ,, . R.T. Bannister! cmll(i 1) . ul °. ul ihe fire llc was licked. B.G. P. Edrlngloiii 1 * ynn Myers .ran for Brown. Gul- C. Bryant ln " w ee looped a single lo short L.O, B. Edrlngton J. Dyess (G) Woltrlp McCnnn Frost Woods Hale (c) Howls Grist • Gllllniu Pickens Graham McArthur . Substitutions: Osceola — Hears. Reed, Young, Dyer, Wenthcrsby, Shannon, Bnrblers, Dowe'n, Butler, and Banks. ''\ Officials: Joe Dildy (Alabama), referee; Mitchell Best (Alabama I, umpire; John Eel James (Arkansas State),, head linesman. Time o! quarters: 13 minutes. .. ..... tlie licked, 5-4. lie hnd only to get Brown out. Bui, getting Brawn out in a clutch is one of baseball's toughest Jobs. Little Jimmy slashed cut « single, and before Hamlin R.T. Q.B. R.H. L.H. p.n. Mitchell 3; E'ington Williams Huckaby •' Btmn Morrison , '.An*, occasional .dcsc .of 'graphite between ; the. spring leaves of old automobiles will increase " riding comfort. SaveYourSoybeans Sec us iihout;'R INIasscy Harris Clipper Combine Full 6-foot'cut.'Full width, straight through separation. Power take-oil or motor driven. Easy terms arranged. Blytheville Soybean Corp. So, B.R. St. PhoiiB 555 DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE BIG Street Parade AT NOON BIGGER, BETTER, FUNNIER THAN EVER FEATURING- LOBE and NOBE ' Those Two Funny Comedians Doors Open at 7:00 p.m.—Curtain at S:00 n.m. lime. [,:imli! 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