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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 17, 1949
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BLYTHEVTLLl (ARK.) COURIEB NEWS Osceola Rolls Over Dyess Eagles 45-0 For Second Victory The Osceola High School Seminoles continued to roll with their high-geared offense and tight defense last .night as they flattened Dyew 46-0 at Hale Field. The Seminoles, their potent serial game clicking once more, almost reached the 52-point total they gained in their last game with Parkin, but time ran out when they had the ball on the Dyess 20. CHICKS Tommy Spiers, who has been living up to advance notices that he Is, one of the most dangerous passers j In Eastern Arkansas, did It again' last night. I The Scmlnole quarterback completed 13 of 17 tout*. : Osceola wasted little time in marching to IU flrat aix-pouiter. S|aaneyfelt received the Dyess klck- (W^in his 25 and advanced it to the 44. Spiers went to the Dyess 44. HU1 and StIIweII added, nine yards and Spiers passed to the latter who was tackled on the Dyeu 20. Spiers then threw to Watson on the Dyeu tw6 and the umc combination worked for a touchdown Spiers passed to Hill for the point and Osreola grabbed • 7-0 lead. Dyess cajne driving back, however. After running the kick-off back to the Dyess 24, Fincher, Furr and Dallas each carried anil made a first down on their own 37. Fur Bhlnn for Eaflta Noel Purr ripped off 20 yards and then added nine more for a first down on the Osceola 30. Purr went from the Seminole 27 to the 13 and on th* next try added two more yard,. With Fincher and Purr carrying, the Eactea moved to the Osceola 7 before the Seminolet stiffened and held for down,. , In th« aecond quarter Spiers passed to Watson for a first down on the Dyess 14, Spiers ran for seven then passed to Hill and the latter was run out of bounds on the Dyess 13. Hill gmined U following a nv«- yard penalty. Th* Seminolea picked up a nnt down on th* Dyeta thre* and Spiers bucked over from the one-foot line. Th* kick for point was no good. ^ Dyess was forced to punt shortly •yier the kick-off and Osceola appeared to havs another quick touchdown when Spiers' toaa to Weinberf. was food for « yards, but the play wa, nullified by a penalty and a Dyess Interception stopped the Seminole threat. Dy*u B«n Down With Dyeaa forced to punt early In the second half, the Seminoles started to roll again. Spiers pmswd three times to move the ball to the Dyess 20. Travli picked up nine and then went to the Eagle two. Shaneyfelt—bucked or«r and Spiers passed to Watson for the extra point a» O»ceol« took a 37-0 advantage. The Eagles carried the kick-off within nine yards of mid-field, but three downs netted only four yards and they punted. Dunn picked up ten and then ran to his own 49 and Travis moved it to the Dyess 36 as the third quarter ended. Watson heaved one to Dunn who wa, on the 16 and Dunn ran nicely to score. Th« extra point try was no good and Coach Rube Boyce's Uds held a 33-0 lead. The Seminoles struck again quickly. An Interecepted Dyeaa pass gave them a first down on th* Dyeaa 4C. (fk Watsoa-to-W*inb*rg iota was IVd for about 20 and the lanky end galloped for the score. The pass for the point waa incomplete. Osceola 39, Dyess 0. After an interception gave Dyess the ball on Oil Osceola 31, Seminole fullback Shaneyfrtt Intercepted on his own 15 and ran to the 31. Spiers got loose to the Dyess 20. From this point he passed to Cox who lateralled to Hill and the elusive halfback scored the Seminolea' last touchdown. Th* tilt ended with Osceola threatening again. Watson completed a pas: to Wilson to give the Semlnolei a first down on the Dyess 2«. Watson pasted to Dunn for eight more yards but th* game ended before another play could be run. The lineups: OsceoU P*a. Dye** Watson L.E Dean Lannum L.T » <*s L.O. '.'."smith rlckt C Blackard Stevens H.G. .. Chrestman Meadows .... R.T Holland Wclnberg .... R.E. ... Hargravei Spiers Q.B. .. Humphries Stllwell H.B Purr Hill H.B Fincher Shaneyfelt ... F.B Dallas Substitutions: Osceola—Alexander. Travis, Dunn, Wilson, Lowe, Fleming, Ferguson, Cox, Wells, Hart. Dless—Mooney, McArthur, Young, Hollingsworth, Rider, Warhurst Cox, Francis, Burlison. 'ftowfin*' Causes In Senate Confirmation Of Rut/edge'* Successor WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. (AP) — °i n ? lc action will be delayed a * h VV n Present Truman's unen- Pcctcd nomination of Sherman Min"* " Supf 51 "' cqurt Justice. thc " v w " s ™ «PP>>«nt to the «PPointment, , Mcc ""-an <D-N«v.) of tary Com mlttee, said the " Uke the ™ tlne ih comml «« "We .said. Kould """went on , '?™ c Senator from Many senators decUned coauceat While some privately expressed dis- appplntaient at the President's choice, they said they knew of no reason to attempt to block the nom- toaUon. Continued Prom pate on* walUed Into the end sone. O*e'« tick iur extra point was wide and Blythevllle led 13^). The Bulldogs tried an aerial wmeback a • wnent or two later *ith Brashears doin» the hurlln* He c6mp!e(4d oh* for seven yards »ut then the Chicks' bin forward ll row up in all Its fury and after «ti tr V eht **** Mr - Br « h «" elected to purt. The punt went out of bound* on « Blytheville 44 and from there the Chlckaaaws started on another goalwanj march. Lut«s, on another Mtempt pass had to run and found his blocking around th* right Mde g 30 yrds to the Paragould 15 a first down. Reserve back Mel and Lum then combined forces «> the u and from there It tottk NATION U. LEACIUB W L .... tt 40 .... 88 S3 .... 75 .... 68 73 St. U>UU ... Brooklyn .,. Philadelphia Boston New York .. Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . Chicago .... .(43 .«24 6T tit .413 «7 73 .479 .439 .407 5« 85 J»7 SI 78 97 AMKX1CAN LEAOUB w L Pet New York 88 51 .«3 Boston 87 55 .«13 Cleveland gi 59 J79 Detroit 82 61 .513 Philadelphia 74 67 J25 Chicago 5g 83 .411 St. Louis , 49 93 .345 Washington 45 95 J21 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL LEAQCE Chlcafo 5, New York 4 (10 In- nlnga). Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 1. Pittsburgh », Brooklyn 3. St. Louis T, Boston 8. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York <, Detroit I. Boston 12, St. Louis 4. Philadelphia 5-3, Chicago 1-6. Washington 9, Cleveland 4. SOUTHERN LEAGUE (Playoff) New Orleans 11, Nashville 5. Mobil* 3, Birmingham 1. Today s Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE (ShaD«hlMMy Playoff) Nashville at New Orleans, night Birmingham at Mobile, night. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New York at Chicago. Boston at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at Washington. Chicago at Philadelphia. Detroit at New York. Bt. Louis at Boston. Little Rock's Tigers Fordyce 65-6 By The Aasoclaied Pres* Little Rock's Tigers again are loaded for bear, but If they find their match it's likely to .e a wild cat. The Big Six champion Tigers ran up a 65-8 scor* on outclassed Por- dyce as they-opened their 1949 foot ball season last night. . But, at the same time, they drew a jtern warning from Fort Smith, where El Dorado's Wildcats thumped the arltrlles. 10 to 0. in the year's first big six encounter. Tom Head put the bis. bruUtat Wildcats off to a good start by returning the opening kickoff 70 yards for a touchdown. The B Doradoans, regUterina- their second win of the seasr>" In aj many outings, scored again a minute and 4S seconds later on a 37-yard end run by Ed Cloud. They added a third TD for good measure in the second quarter and coasted through th remainder of the scrap. The Hoi Sprlnga Trojans, doormat of the big six last year, opened what promises to be a somewhat more fruitful campaign with a 24-« non-lcsgue decision over Benton Buddy Jones scored two of the Trojans touchdowns on runs of 70 and 40 yards. Joe GeurfM tallied the other two on shorter sUbs. Pine Bl'iff. another Bit Sixer having Its night against lower claw opposition, walloped Jonesboro. 33 to 7i Ow»n scored two of the Zebras touchdowns, one Of them on an 85-yard jaunt. HHI"* f°S l everybody got In on Little lock's act at the expense of Pordyce. Bobby ,-p.nn passed for .r 0 .^* "^ ""'S 111 » P" 55 tot another.. H.s understudy. Joedy Parker scored two TD's and passed for one. Two Lontdale Men Killed in Truck Wreck •i^I 0 .?:, **-L *«*• »-w>- ,, l ) e collision of two trucks m l«s sm.tri of here on Hitfi- way 67 list nbjht. ./.. th ' rt | <nick was overturned M th« driver swerred to mlsi the wreckaRe of tht oth«r two. Killed were IXsH Martin. 43, sn *rnt*t CirpenUr, cbout Jo. occupants of a pick-up truck which Stale Police Sgt. auy Or»nt s»!d rumincd the trailer of * big motor transport. Their companion. Clyde Pounds, was injured slightly. The (ramrwrt overturned. Drivers of the transport tncl of Ihe trurk which overturned to avoid t collltion w»re unhurt. Erwpirr QU r» IthfuJ, celebrated Yelloir- stont park gcy.ser, sends up a column ibout 140 feet high at intervals of »bout SS minutes. It Is the only major park geyser that erupU «t predictable Reid only two plung** to hit P»X dirt. Gee's kick for «txra point was good to give the Chicks a 2O-0 lead. _ —•««•• •»••••« In Pnurili Paragould fans get their tint ihance to yell In the fourth Quarter after BtythtvUle substitutes started flowing onto the field. Bra*hears called hti forces together and mustered one last ditch stand which payed off with. Paragould'a only touchdown. Aided by a 18-yard unnecessary roughness penalty the Bulldogs in six plavi moved from r, «"• own 30 to the three eonsecu- tfre first downs to the Blytheville Prom (here it took them 'only three play« to score with Brashears crossing on a sneak from the Bly!~! vm ' two - Tht kl< * '««• extra point was wide and Blythevllle's lead was whlttleiS to 14 points. Blythevllle'a final touchdown came s\* plays later. The Chicks gained possession of the ball on their own 18 «nd Lut«a and Lum on two besutiful runs moved to the Paragould 38. Hutcherson was given the ball on an end around again and plowed to the Paragould nine Luies circle dend for three and Reid found a big hole on the left side and scored standing up. Oee's kick for extra point was perfect. Reserrei Make G*xl Showing To pick out a defensive star of the game would be extremely difficult Everybody played well. But especially outstanding- was Captain J. A Lloyd who took up where he left off last year with another sterling Job at tackle. Another was guard Jimmy Oarner who was in the Bulldogs hair all night, all ITS pounds of him. and Marvin Hall who played one of his best games. J. C. Droke played'a good center role and except for a. couple or three little mistakes looked good backing the line. And Leroy Ortner who was given the starting role at left guard played a. bang-up defensive game. Then there were several line reserves that filled in well. Jerry Phillips teamed nicely with Crlner at guard and gave Indications h« was going to be hard to keep out of the lineup. Buwy Wunderlich looked good at both tackle and center and Bill Boyd, who played most of the game for starting tackle Jim Berry who was nursing a sore knee. And on the opposite side of the line there was Richard Holland the Bulldogs' big tackle and guard Ray Oene Me All later, both turned In eood defensive play. But outstanding was Brashears who was all over the field all night on both offense and defense. In fact, it appeared u If the Bull- -ogs' biggest trouble was, there weren't enough Braiheurs on the club. Starting Uncaps— Paragould P'os. Blythevtlla Hamilton LE Curler Holland LT Lloyd McAllister . ...L(J Criner Cagle C Droke Almond B3 Garner Hess Rr Berry Bomar RE Hall Brashears . . ......Dormer 3t«*e LH Lutes Daniel* RH Lum Pickney pg Reid Subatltutfens: Paragould—Losch- sky, B. StaciX, Bone. Mitchell, Lilly, McDonald, Archer ln( j Phnilpe. Blytheville— Mel Kay, Boyd, Phillips, Cut, Hutcherson, Wunderlich, Daniels, Borowsky, Mack Hay, Anderson, Gentry, Oostett, Reid, Bean, Vanoe, Smith, Prince, Mayo and O'Neal. 8c6rtn» touchdowns; Paragould—Brashears (rushing). Blytheville—Hutcherson 2 (pass and rushing) and Reid 2 (rushing). Extra points: Blythevllle. — Oee 3. Offi- ciate—Dukle Speck, referee; Zack Curlin, umpire; Jerry Bums, linesman and Sterling Tnman, field Judge. Oame Statistics Blythevllle Paratould Wrst Downs 14 8 Yards O«in«d Rushing 416 87 Pawc» Attempted 1 1 Paaaes Completed 1 2 Yds. Gnd. Pawing u 36 Intercepted by 1 1 Punts j 5 Avg. Per Punt 35 34 2 Fumbles } 1 Opots. Kickoffs j 5 Kickoff sss 40 Penalties, 7 for 1 for It yds. IS yds. InrihrMual gtcorts Blythevllle Player Trie* Ond. Avg. Lutes 15 133 ttf Reid 1« 141 181 Conner i 12 i 4 Lum if SO t.n "»y i i 7 Hutcherson J 45 E.SO Oentry i 33 AntJerson 1 4 « Totals to . 41* 7» Ptckney 4 JO 5 UJ'y 1 5 } "**>• ~iT "«" 7i« SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 194§ , , "l^EMEN-'nuee veteran linemen of the Haytl High School eleven watch practice ? .I' 6 ^ tr '°' '"• threc - 5 ' car toUermen, are H,, B h Donl s , 8am nndenrw and N », wson, and they play end, tackle and center respectively. They figure prominently in Coach Bee Under wocds plans for the Sept. 23 encounter with CaruthersvlUe. The game «m be the firsl for both teams ana will be played in Caruthersville. . Were/ Handcuffs Dodgers 9-2 As Cardinals Trim Braves 7-5 By Joe Reichler 4 Associated Press Sports Writer Branch Rickey, baseball's careful i ashler, must have had A premonition when he offered Pittsburgh J200.000 for Willie Werle the first time he laid eyes on the Pirate's Ireshman southpaw. Rickey, famed for his shresvd player transactions, once again was made to look good lait night when Werle pitched the Pirates to a 9-2 triumph over Brooklyn that dampened the Dodgers' pennant hopes. That was one time the Dodger president didn't enjoy being correct. The defeat, coupled with St. i-ouis' triumph over ^Boston, 7-5. dropped the Brooks two and a half games behind the National league- leading Cardinals. With only 13 games left to play, II of them on the road, the future looks dark for the Dodgers today. Only a sudden collapse by the Cards, or a sweep of the three game series in t. Louis next week, can alter this dismal Flatbush situation. Yinki, Red Sox Win There was no change In the American League race as both New York and Boston won. The front running' Yankees maintained their/,two and a half game bulge, beating the Detroit Tigers. 4-1. he runner-up Red Box kept pace, spanking the St. Louis Browns, 12-4. .Yesterday's triumph was only the fifth by Pittsburgh In 21 engagements with the Dodgers and Werle owns two of them, His season record is 11-11. Wally Westlake was the big gun In the Pirate attack. H". cracked double and his 20th home run to drive in four runs. Ralph Kiner failed to add to his home run total of 48, but received three walks In four times at bat. The Red hot Cardinals continued to roll, racking up their sixth straight victory. Warren Spahn, Boston ace, was charged with the loss, th* Braves' 13lh In their last 14 games. The victory was credited to Max Lanier, who was relieved by Ted Wilks after lie was blasted for three runs in the seventh, ned Schoendlenst, Marty Marion and Olen Nelson drove tn all St. Louis' runs. Parnell Gels No. 23 Vern Stepiiens walloped his 37th and 38th home runs as lefty Mel Parnell pitched his 23rd victory for the Red Sox. tephens' homers ac- rounted for three rum to boost his RBI total to 148, topi In the league. Tom Perrick was the victim. Washington all but eliminated Cleveland from flag contention when they nipped the Indians, 6-4. Chicago's White Sox and Phlla- oelphia's Athletics divided a double-header. The Sox, behind Bill Wight, won the second game. 8-3 after Dick Powler had pitched the A's to a 5-1 triumph In the opener. Pinch hitters Mickey Owen, Herman Reich and rorrest Burgess came through with base hlta to give the Chicago Cubs a S-4 victory over the New York Giants in 10 innings. Beard or Hair— But Fur Will Fly After Mat Event The fur win fly In the Memorial Auditorium's wrestling ring Monday night, and that's not Just a flirnrc of speech. That Is, if things go off according to plan. Mike Merone, promoter of the American Legion's wrestling bouts, has booked a grudge match main event, a two-man affair In which Willtm (Wild Bill) Canny will stake hb hair against the beard of Farmer Jones. The grudge duel will be part of Meroney's double main event prc- ;ram, two M-minute time limit, best two of three falls affairs. In the other bout, Tex Rlley will take on big Jack Moody. In the grudge bout, the loser not only loses the bout but also loses some hair, be it on the head or chin. That was thc agreement of Lhe two wrestlers when Jones ac- cetped Canny's challenge for a return bont last week. Canny made 'the' challenge to Jones during last week's tag match and the Mt. Ida, Ark., wrestling farmer immediately , accepted. The terms were that if Canny should lose. off. comes his hair In the ring and should Jones lose, he must clip his whiskers before the crowd. Meroney stated that a barber,will be Football Scores County Blytheville 27. Puragoulct 6. Osceola 45, Dyess 0. Shawnee 6. Harrisburg 0. Lcpanto 6, Keiser 0. State Little Rock 65. Pordyce 6 El Dorado 20, Fort Smith o. Hot Springs 24. Benton «. Pine Bluff 33. Jonesboro' 7. Fair Park, Shreveport. La., 26 Smackover 8. Hope 52, Prescott 0. Forrest City 14. Deiritt 0 Clarksville 7, Dardanelle, 0. Ashdown 39, Olenwood 6. Holly Orove 44, Marvel! 0. Bauxite 18, Cabot 0. Hamburg 18, Gould 0. Pocahontns Ifl, Batcsvllle 12 Camden 28, Warren 0. Danville 40, Havana 6. PiBBott 32, Walnut Ridge 7. Rogers 21, Hutitsvllle 7. Stuttgart 26, Searcy 7. Augusta 25. Hcbcr Springs 8 Marianna 34. Brlnkley 6. Paris 8, Greenwood 0. Hartford 34, Boonevllle 0. McGehee 19, Crossett 0. Conway 19, Malvem 0. Magnolia 18, Burden 0. Wynne 16, Nwport 13. Arkadelphla 20, Horntlo 0. England 25. Jacksonville 7. Durnas 31, Eudora 12. Ba|d Knob 19. Cotton Plant 0 Sheridan 19, Magnet cove 0. Hughes 38, Elaine '13. Harrison 24, Berryville ]j. Nashville 0, Texarkana 0 (tie). Shawnee Edges Harrisburg 6-0 Fourth Period Tally Give* Indian* Victory In Season Opener By Charley Frlls Courier Ne»-» CorrrsponHrrtl JOINER. Sept 17— Shawnee High School's Green and dolrt Indians ->pcned Ihelr 1043 (jiw setiunn In ,'rand fashion last night by celling Hanlsh'irB 8-0 In a thriller pi ny ed t Hnirishirg. The Indians, Inflicted wllh a bud '•»se of fumble-ltis, saw several illier tcorlna; chnncfs men awny when sustained drives deep Into enemy lerrltory were hallfd by fiimblos. The ind:«n« fumbled five 'mes In the first quarter tinil ei- :ime lost Ihe hull. The Uvo teams battled tin ouch •II scoreless minutes before Ihe Ice was broken. The Indians scored Che Bjmes lone tally after five minutes ? ifll*V n e follrth pprlod vhen lialfback Johnny Harrison plunged over from the litre* [ o climax Shawnec's last, big drive. The try for extra point was not good. The Indian,, allhough Ihe score antt not Indicate, completely out- passed their Hnrrlsbnrg rivals They piled up u (jrat 5 0 wn»io Harrlsbure's three and moved freely on the ground, rew P»sv« Tried P.sslng was kept lo a minimum In (he game. Shawnee tried onlv one aerl... In the first ouarter.Tnd , S ' ntercc P'«l- Jlarrlsburg fjn hand to do the clipping. • . -: . In the other bout, Moody will be making his first appearance In Blythevllle In several months. He Is an ex-footballer from Tennessee. Orowlng turkey broilers to supply fried turkey has developed as a farm speclait: in the United SUtcs A aenilble hontevife knows that !| ahe can get the most for her money In appliance* at our (tore. We hive everything fine in the electrical line. "A »rnibj» girl („,•, „ , erlu -y. • i ihe lookC iayi Hann.h, "b«. caui. a Mtitt thin to loot t BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. o IMONE sac BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWES! ADMISSION PKICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Scuta on Salt H | the legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, September 19 ADULTS 50c — CHILDREN I5e New Starling Time 8:15 BOX SEATS lft< EXTRA SPECIAL MATCH For Rci«rv«d Scats Call 3389 iv v • -Kii^iaj • FARMER JONES vs. BILL CANNY No Tim* Limit — liesl 2 Out of 3 Falls — Winner T»ke Alt Ifl Canny Loses, he will Kav« his hair cut off in the ring. If Farmer Jones loses, he will have his whiskers cut off in the ring. A barber will he at ringside ready for icUon. TEX RILEY v«r»u« JACK MOODY OXE HOUR TIME LIMIT—BEST 2 OUT OF 3 FALLS Outstanding on defense for th Indians vere end Bill Welch, center and captain Paul Bell, who backed the line, and guard Aubrey Robert 'Ihi' «Jl CSe r Y£ re the blB - tnoms lr me side of the .Harrisburg team Friday night, the Indians their their home season Devils WeSt Mcm P hls Bl «e Starting Hrciins: Shawnee P os . J. Adam* LK Housaman LT Hasten LO Be " ' ° Lautedale Ro Robertaon R T Welch . R E Hlgglns Q B HarrUon KB . E. Adams HB Park: ""« I*B Chambers Substitutions— Shawnee - Sulcer Harrisburg — Hunt, Barnett, Har- dln, Bruckner. Harrisburg Mardls Elsom Landers Oascbe Owens Hollander L. Parks Early Touchdown Gives Lcpanto Win Over Keistr KEISER, Sept. 17 lunched across a quick touchdown n (he opening minutes of lh« second hall lo lake a «-0 verdlet from Keiser here last night before a crowd of about 800. The Iwo teams battled each other scoreless In the other three quarters In R gam* which featured nigged line play that netted well over 100 yards In penalties durinr the night, Lcpanto look the Keiser kick-nf? as the second half opened »nrt moved to th Keiser (lye In about four rushing plays. There th* Yellow Jackets held for two downs but » couple of hide pljvyj resulted In the lone marker of the gam*. The only Jacket threat ended on the Lepanlo 25 with a holding penally. Fells, Kcise; fullback, passed to Bullion for 15 ysrdu and a couple of end sweeps moved the ball to the v sllors' 25 when the holding pen- altv was culled. For the YelioM- Jacketn, Muilc tackle, and Mison, guard, vtn o,,t- standing on defense. Felts carried most, of Ihe Keiser offensive burden. Keiser will mett Osrfob'.t MI.. defpfllrd Semlnnlc.s at Kile Field next Friday nicht. WARNINC In the Common P|«u Court, Chlck- a*>wba District, Mississippi C«n. ty, Arkantax. W. W. Jackson and Judy berry Plaintiff*. v«. 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