PAGE "SIX SATUIMUY, OCT015EH 2.1, 1930 Chicks' Offense Clicks and Humes Loses, 20-6 I BRUSHING UP SPORTS By La ufc FOR MIR • $ /ersatiie Offense and Stubborn Defense Too Much for Memphis Squad. the t .it- i have I t i i s I lily- Clitcka- dpfratPd high of here Friday. 20 to 0. While the visitors' watched Pete Craig, all-slate- fullback. J. T. loi-t dealt, them misery, sml «'li?n sy changed their tactics to mv- . ihe' other backs, the older Ciaig • -lashed the Humes dcffnsv. j Mixing, straight football with I tuble and triple reverse plays and I vccplng end 'nins the liudscninen j r.assed .14 first downs while tin ' .ejnplus eleven gained but four. I ' ne oerml- attack of the C-.lcks «•»• | ( 'low par but Jn every ether jnelh- \ i of advancing tlie pigskin the B. '. S. tribesmen were belter thai; : . any time this Reason. The visl- i.r.V best 'tfirtal was In their ovcr- '• 3ad game with Jordan nnd lilan -.eir best combination. Ge:>ri;<* j iatthews, Chick. pivot man, :m:l iirkclc and Alexander, Maroon a:u* Vhltc guards, proved a reliable bul- • ark against Memphis plays while Jie Blythevule secondary defense j'.owed marked ' 'improve tnent it: ..rcflkinjr up 1 passes. Bernard McAfee and Tomm 1 hort contributed some sparklln ?lurns of Memphis punts. wh!! no Htnnes safety had liis Iro'.ihlc' 3vejal times holding r>. Craig's .ootfi and alert Chicks recovered. Chick Offtnse Better . Soon after the game opened Tom "hort, flashy Chick back, got lossr .n a triple reverse play for 20 yard: .Tound end and J. T'. Crai? follow .-d up with a jaunt, that placed Ih xill well in Memphis territory Humes strengthened and took tlv. jail from BlythevUle -.on; downs on their own eight yard line Rtid pun- ed out to tnldfield. A 15 : yafd pen.il ty lor slugging agaliist West,' Jlimv- end, who was also put out of Ih , game, put .'the;' Chicks bick int 'Humes territory. Pete Craig rlppe off n. first down. Short. slipped c - lackJe and a penalty took- (t>e In' to Nicmphls 10 yard line. J. t '( Craig slid -through to tlic five yar- line, and Short shook lUs utiy eve on the next play . for the firs touchdown.' J. T. Craljj convert* 1 the extra 'point with a drop kick. Pete Craig kicked out of bDunr' on the next: klclioff. . The! pigski- •was set back five yards and It- CMck fullback hoisted a high kic' to the Humes "five yard line. Jor df.u was brought down on the Mem phis 20 yard liuo'.-'WUhout wnstiu much effort "Humes booted to ih OMck 40 yard lino. Pe.tc Craig Ids a yard but-Torn Short evaded : melee of Humes tacklers for eigh yards and lugged it to Memphis' 4- yard line for a first down on th next play. On a double reverse . T. Craig sprinted 10 yards to Mem phis 30 yard line. Humes held an broke up a- pass to take over th ball on its 30 yard line. The Hume punter got off a good kick to Ely thevllle's 30 yard line. Pete Cral rammed the line lor seven yard;. Humes intercepted a pass by Burn near nudficld. Jordan tossed pis. to Elan for 28 yards and Shon tackled him plenty hard. J. T Craig intercepted Memphis heave on Blytheville's 15 yard Hue. Pet- Craig booted to Blytheville 40 nut' Clucks recovered fumble. Short whirled around right end for 1! yards and fust down on Memphis "45 yard line just before the Ual. ended. Chicks Back on Goal I.Inc Tom Short was held 0:1 the sidelines »s the Chicks took the ilel< for -the second halt and half o Humes' first string backfeld ala sat on the bench. 'Humes kicke: off to Blytheville and P. Cral 1 booted it, back ,to Memphis 40 yarc line. Jordan stepped back an< hurled a pass to Blan that wn good for 30 yards, Blytheville too a penalty and the ball rested 'or the Chicks' five "yard line. Colsto waded through and smeared th Humes ball carrier for a five yar loss. On the next two plays passe failed and the ball went back t the Chicks' 15 ' yard line. The Chicks had their backs to thet own goal line when Matthew* Chick center, was penalized 1 yards for unnecessary- roughnos. Humes was smothered on the fourth down and P. Cnig puntc- from under his own goal post t the Memphis 35 yard line. Hum: fumbled and Blythcvilie rccovcro! Neither side was able to gai consistently and the game develop cd Into a punting duel with th exchanges about even. . Memph punted from its own 35 yard IV and McAfee lugged the pigskin bac to the visitors 45 yard line aft a 20 yard return. Pete Craig regls tered a flrel down in one try. J. Craig slid off end for another fir . down. McAfee made- a short .ga but Memphis held and Craig tio cd over the toml line. Chkk* Finish Strong BUrtln* from its 20 yard Hi MeMnhte >«et J» jr»i*i «n »n DODGERS, .-G'lV LEAGUE Title ML OTHER TEAMS 1CUICE DURING KKERSALL, FIELD GOALS U)^LTPR. CttBRELU , ALASKA, SEKfe POR 6AME OF THE U.MWERSllVCf TSffiS, " -fy ee PL^N'eD AT AUSTIM/TE^ Threats of Cougar Line-Lip 'Washington Slate is Turning Tables en Big Three i ' Coasi Grids. tempted end run.. Mimics booltd ami McAfee brought, it back to Memphis 35 yard lint'. Blytheville v.ns soon witliin scoring dlslnncc with Tom Short, baek in the gnmo. cnrrymE Uie bill to Memphis 'J2 yard line as the culmlnntion ol u series of pliiys. Memplils stiffened nnd took the fc.ill on dc^-ns. Hiimc-- punted out nnd niylhcvUlc sUirtcd i'. drive from inldlieltl. Two firm downs In rapid succession with the Cralgs and Short nUcrnntln-j ;>u' the ball on Memphis' 2.1 yard lino. J. Crnljr skirted right end, ^Irax ofri't.&irrer or'four ' iMiklcrs an- sprinted over (he. goal Hub. 'I1ie(:-y lor point, a place kick, failed. Memphis scored n first riov.n r.f- ter the next klrkoff but J. T. Cni;,- Intercepted a pass nnd Tommv "horl Knlloped 15 ynvds for a first down on the Memphis' 30 ynrd linn J. T. Crntg sprinted SO yards f> e ATemphls 10 ynrd lino. Hume.^s fust tiring. J. T. Craig piisho- 1 wai'd to tlie five ynrd liiie and Cmlg \veni over stnnding up for louolidown. J. T. Crnli's ;iri- ck. for the extra point wns auc- ,ssfut, score 20 lo 0. Blyilicvlllc kicked off and an in- rcepled pass broke up [lie Ins'- innte nerlul attack of (lie vibl- irs'. Uncup LE LT rxi c no ivr RE ni!> YOU KNOW THAT— : Al Wlttmcr. assistant coacli iit Princeton, who will ue heart coju'li nex 1 . yeaj- when Uill riopsv retires, s.iys the 'iiger li:ie will become bcttsr nnd belter. Saturday by Snturdny . . . Maybe by the lime the Tiijnr moots I'-.c Bulldog the llnir will be workin: pretty well . . . Tim is ;hc or, iy game Prlnretun v^nt^ > win, lUiywny . . . After !'.' nnls took t^ on ill? cht-i r ~ | NortJiu-eslcrn, Uie tllini player- j ccnsoJed themselves v.-itli tlie ve!lection that Notr? D.im would ]-even^r t'nc lickiiT; ^.upp mpii took from the Pi.rple . . . After the defeat, C.i'i'-i-i Ol^' Robinson's fnllier. ••-•In '••'Mi-' from .Texas to see tho s'm^le, •''fted O. irufT If h? t'i-in>it defection of his sin'? w blame for the trouncing . and G. Huir. UHn-is' kindly nthlellc director, relieved his worry with a few sweet words. •ny 10 Paragould Swamps Seminoles 01 By CI.A1KK HUltCKY NKA .Srrvl (L - S|>ort-i YVrlliT T!ic state of Washington may be famous for its salmon, but don't BH the Idea inU) your head 'tiiaci Washington Slat* Ls fish fc;- a:iy (colball team this fall. For four seasons, Onn E. (Bab;) Holllngberry, coach of the Cougar.*, has had to sit back and water' Stanford, California and Southern California lick each other fur thi: Pacific Coast championship. Evt-i'y yeur he ha.s said, "Give in; a lir.r and I'll show 'em some-thing." Natives of Pullman. Wash., no- ticcd that Bub; displayed :i wide grin this fall when practice oj>en- c<t. When they asked him about it. tii.s only answer was "Briny 'e:n on." • ,. | They brought 'cm on—a:(d then 1 I hey ux>k 'em back. The Golden Bear of California was smartly culled by Ihe snarling Cougar. ficuUiL-rn California's Trojans w?re .- ren-iCil tack lo l.os Angeles "t:i their shields." The rest of them— Montana. Oregon State. Idaho an-J Washhig'on—will need . more than just a good football team to tains t^e Co'.igai-. Yes, Hollingbeiry has his line this fall :not only that, Babe can . summon more than a do/en husky replacements for his regular forwards. And tlie ball-carriers whc .stored against tlie invaders from California nevet have been better in Die history of Washington state football. A more versatile corps of ball- carriers lhaJi Holllngberry's can ' hardly be found in the country. All u: them know no?/ to kick, run and paw the ball. Tiiliy Elllngsen uiitl 1 I'orter Lainhart can do everything 1 but swallow it. Only a. peg below them in point of ability are Mike Davis and How- •arel Moses, sophomore stars; Oscar iJcnes. pa.ss receiver and ofl-tackle Elmer Schwartz, tie 200' I''-" 11 " 1 ;my unies 'est ryaiit Itimau Cooper Oraskot Jlau (c) ordan Glazer Gartslde Sawyer. HU HB FU Blyll-Dvlllc Gcrdcn Colstuu Alextnirfcr Matthews Uickelt Jailers Ifall J. Crali; Short Hums Wilson Is Defeated By Rector RECTOR, Ark.—Hector foiiRht olf the attack of the belligerent \Vll-1 ton Bulldogs to gain a Imril fought ' victory over the highly touted Mississippi county eleven here FYi- PAHAGOULD, Ark.—The Para- "ic'jld Bulldogs ripped the line, clr- l;e "' 1 "- llotj!C! ' /' rs t '.•'.:•<! the ends ami went Lindbergh (or :. 52 to 0 triumph ever the 6s- vola Seminoles litre yesterday. Tin- Bulldogs flashed Iheir mac, powi-rful offra.se of the reason a" I the Somlnolcs were helpless belore -hi' i nrush of Ihe best Pnr.if.o-.ild .emu in recent years. Th..' S .•inliiolra failed lo R.ilu ground when they did net the skin and were "hopelessly out played and also outweighed. Next Friday the Bulldogs ink: on another Mi:.sSssippi county outfit and a traditional rival in the niy llicville High team at Blytheville. The Bulldog have not won from Blyilicvlllc In many years. SN'OHK HIS UNDOING MONTICELLO. N. Y., tUP)—A little snore proved the undoing of Milton D. Splrltos, 10, of Brooklyn. Spirllos. according to iralice, hid under a bed ill a hotel here with robl-ery as n motive, but he fell asleep. His snores awoke the bed's occupant. He was avreued and received six mouths' .impended r;n- tlMH'p. and Mentor Dal- liul rememberlnB his problems o[ HAL AIIUSKOf! previous seasons, Ho'.]ingb?rry al- ncst wept for joy when he sa?.- haw fits line was working on: UiU year. The fellows wJ:o had played stea:l- ily last yeai- continued to put up their usual good game. T-o. ones who had been erratic in previous encounters, straightened out became star forwards. Hollingbem- will tell you they don't make better centers any-. by the Big Three. wingman is Homer Heln. Mel'.- lenced players and have btcn drl I- younger brolher, who weighs only ed by an expeiTenced coach. Wlr : r. 200. " Ball, fullback, gets the ball Ha; ti Montana, Oregon State, Idahc is pretty sure of a small gain. U:}\ and Washington all are showing recently run 87 yards for a tcuch- strength this fall, but Hol!ingt?r : dov;n on a line plunge. rys prayer for a line has been an- I Hayti has the following schedu'u an:l : sw'orcd. The Babe believes thai si' ,to flll: Matthews Oct. 31 (he-! ; straight victories ought, to break jchaffee Nov. 1 (there;; East tha' up the championship monopoly helc'!Pialrie Nov. 14 itherej; Gideon 'Nov. 21 there!; an open dalo lor where than Mel Heln, his 105-i Most, of us will have to concur | Thanksgiving. liounii veteran of two seasons, with- • m Babe's opinion. | Haytl Hill play her first out pressing him at all, Eabs will i —• football under the iiooiUlyhts of give you U:c impression that Hem. i Havri' «.,«,],1 |.o maVln., >>-„ AII. A m ^,. J """ ll would for (lie t'r.c All-America , third straight yeur if he: ' Cliaffee Nov. 1. Not Crossed This Year '; were playing for any of the Call- \ fornia Big Three. An<l maybe he's i HAYTI, ifo., Oct. 25.—For two r 'Snt- • ! years Hayti has had lean years' on Flanking Hcin at the guards are : the gridiron. They did not win Fred Garrett, the 1 only sophomore any games during this period. This regular In the forward wall, ond year, there had noi been n t-ueh- jafttr several hours the flre dtpart- George Hurley, brother ol "Lore;" down scored against them. They ment and the police were notified. . BA ™ TUB WAS HIS BED TROY, N. Y. (UE-j— H was Saturday and Joseph Drro. 19, was engaged in taking his bath. Wlini others fought to enter the ba'.!:- room th;re was no rerponse. So The door was forced op^n. Urro was sound asleep, with only !:i; nose above the water. and Glen Edwards, a mere Tne Hayti Indians will not aver- --- 235-poimder. The other !iist t;a::i ' age over 145. b;it they ai.? exper- Stoic! Courier News Want An-, John Hurley, C foot 3-inch vet- tied LUbourn 0-0. defcflled Piggott eran end. The tack'.e berths are wel 1 i 18-0. defeated Dielhatadl 12- 0, and taken care of by HaroH "Iron Mnn" defeated Luxora 41-0. An ounce ol gold is now worth about 50 ounces of silver. P. Craig I day.. 13 to 0 S P bstUuUo..is--Hume S: Helot. Mil- j Th( , Rcclo , lcnm ev, Wormslcy, Jordan. Blouiu. llly- heville—Westbrook. McAfee. Ncl- on. Fisher, Tipton. Wiggins. Kct- icc—Memwethcr (Hendrix): 111:1- ilrc—Stickinon iIIenderfon-Bi-own' lendlinesnwn—Gillespic IB. II. s.i. hard driving attack in turning the Ilulldogs back nnd Ilir local team's livcslige mounted with th? victory. IN .THE MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA. DISTRICT. American Bulldinit ami Loan a.? Illinois Mines Ilnsy . SPRINGFIH.D, 1I.U. (Ul'l — i fhlnols' coal mines employed 42.- : 515 men ami produced 3.932,831' ens durin; September, accorcthij' T-lhe monthly i-cport of John G. Mljljipusc. director of tin state do-! -ailment of mlr.es :url niint-raLs ' Tlie tatol numtcr of ij-.i-ic; opr-ryi- :ng \VBS 152. Football Results Hendrlx-Henderson '^\ Kuiino'.in i A nnd Mi G. Henderson State 31. Arkansas College 0. Ounchita 13. College of Ozaiks 7. Monticollo' A. and M 7. Tpxnr- kana Junior Collecc ii. High Sclir.nl Rector 13. Wlk-n 0. Picscotl 6. Nashville C. Stuttgart 20. Conway 0. I'arRgottld 52, Osceoia 0. Carliils 27, Lonoke 7. Firdycc 21. Derniot 7. England 6. Searcy 0. Paris 0, Hartford 0. Delight 7, Sparknnn 0. Brinklcy 18. West IfMcna 0 Van Buten 24, ClnrksviKc 0. Fayctleville 24. O/nk:, 0 Waldo 6. Stephers 0. Rucsellvillc 12, Moirllton 0. Tcxarkana tArk.i 6. Rhrcvoi-oK. La. 6. Hamburg 20, McntirMlo 0. Ycllville 13. Colter 12 Camden Seconds G. Loiumu fi. Cotton Plant 38, Wynne 0. Mfwxjrt 46, Atlguslr-. 0. Ciinrleston 32. Mnj;a?m? n Alma 6. Orccnwtxxl C Slloam Springs 10. Rogers C. Tahlcquah. Okla. GS. IV-i\!nr.v!!!.- Malvern 51, Warren 0. Bauxite 25, Hot Springs 7, ciatlon. and W. L. D^lony. Trustee, Plaintiffs. t vs. A. L. Reagan, et al.. Dofc-nd.i:us WARNING ORDEK The deffndant. W. J. Short, is! wameu to appear in this court \vtfliin thirty days from this date ; and answer the complaint of tlie , plaintiffs, American Building and Loan Association, nnd \V. L. De- lonj. as Triisleo. i In witness whereof. I have here-' unto set my hand and the .v-al of the above court this 17th itu- of October. (Seall W. W. HOLLIPETEH. Clerk of the abovo Court By Harvey Moms, n. c Jr&w Tuylor, . Atty. ad lilem. 8 Wishing Won't Notice to Levee Tax Payers The Levee Tax Books Will Be Open tor Collection at the Following Places:- 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.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month