The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1949 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 14, 1949
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PAGE EIGHT BI,YTHEVn.I,F (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1949 Chicks Defend District 3AA Crown Tonight-Papooses Rout Paraaould 39-0 Tribe is Favored *' =i ^ = ~' -—• ~~ — * In District 3 Tilt Probable Starting Lineups JONKSI10KO N'o. Player 29 Max Merrill Jack Caldwell Loren Spcnce Ed Frauds Laughinghouse J. yarbrough Sam Malhis Bobby Sloan Vance Bi-own Jack Troxell 31 31 45 > 27 Wl. 156 175 1GO 155 155 148 155 155 155 IliO 4T 24 28 32 Gerald Lawmice 167 Average Weights Une—157; Hackfield -159 Team— 155 . Ihe New York Giants; 'Robin Ho- bers, the Philadelphia Phillies' bo- Hurricane Reported "Up" for Title Fight; Chicks in Fair Shape Rlyllievillc's stumbling, Chickasaws/ who for tlie pasil two weeks have looked Jikei everything but the champions! they ai-e supposed to be, play their first import ant contest in the defense of their slate crown tonight when they lay their District Three Class AA title on the chalk mark against ,Joncsboro's T-modeloil llimi- : canes in that city's Woodland Stadium. Things are scheduled to start happening at 8 o'clock. The Chicks need only to get -by Jonesboro in order to go 'to Die slate's championship ; playoff as Blythevitle and •Jonesboro are the only Dou• ble-A teams in the district. But to say they need only to get by Jonesboro is a pretty -big order as these two teams 'nurse one of the oldest rival- ,1'ies in the state, and as the s'old saying goes, anything can, , and generally does, happen .when Jonesboro and Ulytlie- iville get together. j Not only will the Chicks be seek- alng to defend the District Three : crown which they have worn for ^ two consecutive years, they will also , be out lo fight their way back to ! : the victory trail afler having been ' ; detoured for two long weeks. The , ; Chicks have lost two out of the •>ihree fpnme.s they have played this ".: year,/losing to both Little Rock •- and Pine Bluff and winning only . over Paragould. '--''. .But in spile of their two straight -losses odd-makers throughout the •\slatc are booming the Chicks as '*$ni»e 14 points favorites to relajn • their District Three title. They are • ; basing their claims on the season records of the two teams and.the ,-' 25-pound weight advantage held by ''the Tribe. The Chicks will weigh i,-in at 180 .pounds to the man while >.' the smaller Hurricane , squad will : average 155. ; Hurrican Outweighed • The Chicks' big weight superiority is in the forward wall where ,1116 Tribe holds a 33-poimd advan- '• tage. Tlie Chicks forwards will av- • erage 190-poimds from end to end '-while Hurricane linemen will weigh : In at 157 pounds apiece. In the backfield the Chicks will tip Ihe ''scales at-168 compared to 159 for • fiVe'dold'Snirts.: <'-'•. '"""The-deciding factor. In . tonight's tuss'e: will be whether or not the Chicks have worked up a sufficient defense for Coach Bob Malcom's Missgurl-T. The dreaded variation of trie always-dangerous T formation. * Is one of the hardest to ilop when it is operating properly. -The Chicks did considerable defensive work in their drills this week, working mainly on their new defensive formations. Coaclv?s Russell Mosley and Johnny Staples have worked up several T defenses a'nd will alternate from one to the j other until one Is found that will stop Jonesboro's tricky offense. Reports from Jonesboro are tba 1 , the Gold Shirts are "lip" for to- nle'jfs game and in spite of their weight handicap are ov.'t lo call a halt lo the Chicks' grid supremacy In District Three. "Beat Blytheville" has been Ihe Hurricane's war cry all week long and banners hearing this slogan are prominent throughout- the city. Slnan Runs T The Jonesboro T is operated by Bobbv Sloan, a smooth-working ball handler who operates al the down- under tpot. Sloan has Ihree speedy backs that he sends cutting to either side with Vanre Brown running from the left halfback nnst. Gerald i "^.Jie" 'of 'si'l's"^ 1 ''? 88 Lawrence running at Mlbark and, "rhe Yanked Vnt their S20B.153.45 Jack Troxell. who scored the Hur- , J, UQ „ ,„,„, „,- 3B ,.,,„,.„ bn( |he nrimes only touchdiwn against comltl i. s «| oner wm ,, d llot „„„„„„« Blvthevillc last year, at right half. l!le „„„„,,. of (11 ,, yevs sharing - m the The line is small but scrappy, j division-cither as to 01 part shares. The Dodgers, who could win only one g-irne in the World Scries, cut up SI37.M9.6J into a total of Pus. L.K. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.n. H.B. H.H. P.B. Wl. 180 195 175 185 175 210 ISO 190 172 125 BI.VJHKV1LLK 1'la.vfr Max Gurley J. A. Moyd Jerry Phillips J. C, Droke Jim Garner Bill Hoyd : Marvin Hall Buddy Donner Charlos Lutes HORPI- I.inn Hobej't Reid No, 24 45; 70' 31 H 43 48 52,15 35 30 Line—190; Backfield—168 Team—180 . Major Leaguers Play At Manila Tomorrow George diedi Munger, ace righthander of the St. Louis Cardinals pitching staff, is scheduled as starting moiuidsman for Harry Walker's barnstorming major league all-stars when they meet the Manila Jaycee team at Manila tomorrow afternoon, Harold avfgger) Wall, managei of the Manila said yesterday. i Mimger was :mc of (tie leading*. :_ righthanders in the National League last season with a 17-8 record for the cards, 'lie is slated to work the first three innings for the All-Stars with Kiiby Hisjbe. of pitcher, and Hink Wclunclcr of Ihe C'-cinnati Reds, also scheduled to see service. Wall said lhat he expected lo |Slart Wayne Taylor, a Manila lad who worked for the Arkansas Slate College nine last summer, ag.ifnst Munger mid that ncrt Williams and Kenneth McWhirlcr. other native Manila players, will relieve in that order. Each pitcher will work three Innings, he said. 14 Uy l.fagutrs on Route The All-Stars' roster will include 14 major league players from both the National ami American League. Heading the list will be Arkansas' own George Kell of Swifton, who plays third base for [lie Detroit Tigers and who led the American League in hitting during the 1043 season. Others on the squad are Andy Semlntck. and Eddie Miller of the Philadelphia Phillies; Hank Saner of the -Chicago Cubs; Bert Hans of the New York Giants: Clyde McCullough of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Walker and Ted'Kluszew- ski of the Cincinnati Reds. The Manila team will be made up entirely of Manila boys, several of whom played minor league ball last summer. Their roster includes the names of J. T. Harris, bip righlliand hurlcT who belongs to the Boston Red Sox and who played Class D ball in Tennessee last summer; Carl Trelkeld. who pitched for Lan- elt, Ala. ,a Red.Sox .farm club in the Georgia-Florida -Alabama- League; and jimmy Smith, who signed- last year by the El Dorado Oilers of the Cotton States Learue and farmed out of the , Big State League in Texas. Wall himself is an ex-minor league player having served with El Dnrado for vo years. The remainder of the Manila ros- pr will be marie up of local talent "ram around Manila, Wall said. The game is scheduled for 2:30. The Hurrrane's two weighty »re at left tackle and left guard. Jack Caldvvell. .a sizeable sonho- mtire, a 174 Is the heaviest man on the squad Loren .Snenfe at 1GO op- Yankees' Shore Of World Series Gate is $206,159 CINCINNATI. Oct. H. (,Pj—The New York Yankees' feat of n-iiini the Aim-iican Loisue chanmionship on 'tlie last day uf the regular season and then drubbing the Brooklyn Dodsrers In the World Series was worth S5.GiiS.S4 to the team's full-time members. Thai was the figure announced today by Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler afler his office force had finished figuring out who gets how mrch from the World Seiies " shares erates at IE*U e"ard and the remainder of the forwards weigh 155 and less. Tlie Chicks clnped Iheir pre-gainc workouts yesterday afternoon with a light Umbering i>p drill at. Haley Field. Cr'iirh Moslev has pronounced nls tribe in onlv fa : r physirnl condition with three ctorlTs* sfill on the slling list. Jim Berry, the CV'cks' b[z right tackle, prnfoaljly will not see any action tonight due to a rc-mjury to his knee. Charles Lutes has been comnlafnins u-Kii bark trouble all week and Roerr Is still skinned up a bit Irmn the Pine Bluff eame However. Li'lcs and Lum arc expected to start. The Chi'-ks ieft for Jnnesbcro by t)t:s this afternoon and a laic™ crowd of Blylheville fans followed them thrre to wrnrss the sam« Tlie Blytheville band also mntie (he trip. Qualifies on Rifle Range r>vt Mnrion Prllcr. son of Mr. and MM. J. W. Potter or Blythe- vilte. has succe.wfully.qualified with the MT and carbine weapons on the rifle nrnse of the nth Infantry Di- vlj-lon on Kyushu, Japan. ATTENTION KX-CM.'s To Mllnlam Yuiir llrnefils, PAY VOl'li T.KGION- IIIJKS NOW! DUD CASON POSt 24 . shaiej-:. That mean ea<!h player who received a full share earned S4,- 272.73 for his part in the series. Maybe He Should Umpire ST. JOSEPH. Mo. Oft. H—'.!'!A modern Jesse Jame.s Mill be back hi st Joseph next summer. Th? owner of the hi-siori<: Missouri name, made facous by a renegade outlaw, is a 19-year-old rijLhl- hantied pitcher from Mobcrly. Mo. He has sisnfd a contract for 19.iO with Ihe St. Joseph Cardinals of ihc Western Association. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickdsawbd IF .SWIFT'S PREMIU > BRANDED BEEP We Specialize in We De/ivei Phone 2043 I'ltnly of Parking Space Fancy Meats and Groceriei Hayti Gives Risco Conference Loss Indians Roll To Triumph, 26-13, over Conference Leaders By Morris William* Courier News Correspnndrnt HAYTI. Mo., Oct. 14—Hayti's Indians knocked Hisco Irom the ranks of the Little Eight's undefeated here nlj>M n-hen they pasted a 26-13 lass on the visitors. Afler a scoreless first quarter. Hayti's Kenncy Bracken broke Ihe Ice with a 19 yard scamper over right (ackle. The try for poinl was not good. This drii-e started at midfield and wns featured by blasts into the line by Nntgrajw, big Indian 'fullback. A pass from Ihe same Bracken to Hugh Uorrls. Indian end. covered 25 yards and set up a five yard plunge for Lacy Bush, who tallied on tlie next play. Once again the try for point was no good. In the third quarter, Haytl look nofscsslon. of the ball on the Risco 22 following a pnnt return. Bracken passed once again- to I-tonis who wns on the RLsco 15 and Hugh raced over for the score. Nol- gra«5' kick was good 'on this try and the Indians took a 19-0 lead. Tlie final Indian score also came in the third period when Lacy Bush picked up nice blocking and ran into the end zone Irom, 28 yards out. Nolgrnss' kick for point ended Indian scoring. Disco's Williams turned in Ihe longest run of the night in the third chapter when he took a halidoff from quarterback Huffman and set .sail on an.-fio yard voyage inlo Ihe end rang. "The kick for the point i WEI.S good^_. RL<co tallied in the final 30 seconds of play when Huffman passed Pop Sounds Off fan?,,,,!"''.? U1 * wllhH>O I' Mosley, Blylhevlllrt grand ok! gentle' I olh "' day °" Ule changing gridiron picture and ? . " "? "V, COl "' Se °' the conversation our talk wandered into stonpft V vMi'| kCd r' "' e Malv<!fn lllcl( lenl where fans were reported to have K» «.?• i! ^onway. players after a game and of Ihe altercation at Kesei last week in which a visiting Luxora player and a Keiser player squiiiea on lor a bit O f fisticuffs which eventually led to the Keiser StaJer."nd 1 . g -f«.- Cl °' h " """"' Whlle lr >'">* to escape a "!"" le ° f DI,.,I,.',!!'I', ^i'! 0 , ''*j f* en man y a football campaign come and go in Blytheillle, listened intently to what we had to say about Ihe matters and then commented: ','You know, Blytheville has long been known as atough football town. We like to win and sometimes «-c Brt mad when ™ u Vi i »l! .£ ! res one thlng you wl " have to a ' lmi1 ' >'° u ' ve » cv « r scc » anything like lhat go on here and you probably never will. We're sol just as rabid football tans here as anywhere In the state and our boys play Just as hard to win. I,, fact they generally play so hard lhat when the game is over they're too tired to think about fighting. r>ow lake the Pine Bluff game for example. If there wns ever going to be anything-happen it should have happened after that one. Th*P n wT, P rf , ld a " d rough ' The toys passed a few words on the field but after Ihe game it was all over. Football is a rough game and If a player puts everything he can Intn playing Die game, he won't feel too much like fighting after It's over with. Pigskin Pickings i i." 1 *' 1 ,!',"' 111 ? *' Jon <*l">rr>—At Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday a biother Kiwanian, one j. Graham Sudbury, accused this Cape Girardeau on he other hand, leave us not forget that the Idea Ls not at fetched Ihe Hurricane will be up for this one and unless the Chicks are on their toes every minute ,|,e Gold Shirts are likelv to cram their s ate Double A crown down their collective throats. Anyway, J. o we shall give it a try, and it had better work. Joncsboio. n n-""?'"* al Forl Smith—The Tigers are railroading toward an- o ner Big Six championship and it's our guess they won't be touched by ailVOlie this spasnn Mr\l H.. !?/*..* o™<n_ ... _ . . -- J i ^ 11 »_"' i i- " ~~ " ""**'* *j*- m*a vein UIIL i «A<II Ail nil snnc n and all but eliminated the Ouachita Countians iron, the District Seven lace to change our minds. Pine Blurt is undefeated and should stay thai way by nt Ipast three touchdowns. In other Coiu-ier News contest games we pick: El Dorado to smack ovei Smackover; Texas to give Arkansas a T party: Michigan to rebound and take Northwestern; Minnesota to edge past Ohio State- California to Benlori. blocked. Hayti White Wickham .. Cunningham I3awson .... Masterson ., Pendergrass Dorris Nelson Bracken .... Bush Nolgrass .... The placement was Pos L-E LT LG C... RG RT HE . OB H8 II B PB . Risco • ' Bcnton Bolton ..,.. Gregory Pair Earnhart .... Skidmore .... Piillerton .... Huffman Williams ...... Carlisle Smith School Football County Blytheville at Jonesboro Lnxora at Osceola Trnmann at Wilson Keiser at Marion Shawnee at Eai-Ie Stale. Sublaco at Van Buren Hope at' Texarkana Little Rock- at Fort Smith Smackover at El Dorado t>i n a *ihiff pt Cainden Fordyce at Hot Springs Russellville at North Little Rocfc T-.I«, v»" "lor-'-s nl Fnvettcville. Sioam Springs at Rogers. Nashvile at Magnolia. Alma at Harrison UA.) Newport at Bcebe <2A.) Paragould at Walnut Ridge. Corning at Marked Tree ISA.) Conway at clarksville. Brinkley at Helena (6A-1 Fnrrfst Citv at M-riana (6A.) Wynne at Stntlgarl (6A.) John Adams enjoyed Ihe longevity of any American president. He lived lo be 90. CentralDefeats Yarbro 7-0 in Kiddie Game Central's Little Red Warriors halked up their first victory in the Y" Grade school football league at Little Park yesterday afternoon wilh a 7-0 decision over a stubborn Yarbro eleven. Despite the low score, he game was replete with thrills .1 each- team uncorked some fast and elusive ball carriers. Jerry Brown scored the only ouchdown for the victors on a five- yard plunge through the middle after a sustained drive, featured by Dick Poster's 25-yard end-around. Little Tom Lum added the extra ix)int through the same hole. Central's end-around play was good for their most spectacular yardage with Faster carrying the mail on sprlnU of la, 30 and 25 yards. Fullback Charles Abbott was the workhorse for Yarbro. carrying the ball on three out of every four plays and .shaking loose repeatedly for long gains but never quite reach- 1 ing that last white line. Charles^to Meet Pof Valentino in Title Bout Tonight SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14—</?>— Boxing could crown a few heavyweight champion tonight but probably will not. The odds today were 1 to 5 against that Ezznrrt Charles would successfully defend his N.B.A. litle against the challenge of Pat Valentino In their la-round fight at the San Francisco cow Palace. However, Ihe 29-year-old Valentino may lye a fairly strong challenger. He lost close decisions to Jimmy Blvins and fought two draws with'Joe Mixim, both of whom extended the titleholder plenty, although defeated. Aside from the rcuintc posslblliey he could become the upset vfc- tlm of Valentino's punishing body Bltack. Charles figures to win rather handily. He is the superior uo.xer. much faster than his rival, and has proved he can lake a Junior Eagles Hold Osceo/o To 6-6 Score The Dyess Junior Eagles came from behind in the last half last mpht to tie Osceola's Junior Scm- Inolcs 6-6 In a game played at Osceola's Hale Field last night. An intercepted pass gave the Earles the tie. Criswell leaped 1-^jh lo gather in an Osceola aerial on his own 36-yard line and he raced the remaining 64 yards lo pay dirt. was not The try for. extra point good. Osceola scored its lone touchdown in the second t|ii;\rter on a Crile to Warhurst pass. Taking over on the Dycss 20 baby Seminole.? tried plays lor no downs the two ground gai naild then Cole .lipped to Warhurst who went over -standing up. The try for extra point failed. Except for the two scoring plays "cither side was able to make much headway. Cole. Warhurst and Can- Irell led the Seminoles' offensive attack and Warhurst and Barne-looked good on defense. B/ytf,evf//e 'Y' to Hove Play-by-P(ay Report on Grid Gome in Jonesboro J. P. Gnrrott, secretary of the Blytheville Y, .said this morninc. that the Y rooms will remain open tonijht so that person's interested can hear a play-by-play description "I the Blytheville-Joncsboro fool- ball snme in Jonesboro. The Y will open at 1:45. Defeats Tigers Caruthersville Team Bows to Powerful Opponents 32 to 6 By James Berrj- Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct. 14, —A smooth-working Cape Girardeau powered Its way to a 32-6 victory over the Caruthersville Tigers In a Southeast Missouri Big Bight Conference game played here last night. The visiting Cape team powered and passed Us way to five touchdowns and two extra points after a scoreless first quarter. Neither team scored In the first quarter which was played on about r-ven terms but the big Cape team loosed Us power in "the second period to rovt the hometown 'risers. Fullback Atchley wns .the big Junior Tribe Breaks Into Win Column by Trouncing Hapless Bullpup Eleven at Haley Field By George Clark Courier News Sports Editor _ ^ Scoring at least once in every quarter BlytlieviHe's' junior Papooses got their first taste of victory last night bv routingthe liapless P.iragrould Bullpups 39-0 before a crowd of approximately 400 at Haley Field. The baby Chicks powered their way to five touchdowns along the ground and added the sixth on a pass-lateral combination to garner their first win of the 19-19 season against two defeats. Paragould was never In the ball game. The Paps dominated play throughout and at only one lime during the game did the visiting Bullpups get possession of the ball outside their own 40 yard line. That on the return of a short kick- which was taken on the 10 and cased to midfield. The Paps ground machine clicked off a total of 282 yards while their wheel in (he Capers' offensive at-! 1 "' 2 ' 2 ' 1 defense worked well ampins' .,.v ...,.,. >.<- J-..J,.. .... .' (he Bullpups' ground plays and the '.ack with his deadly aerials. 'l"wo of his passes went, for touchdowns and he scored another through running long gains. On the third play of the second quarter Atchley plunged over from the six yard line for Cape Girar- dcau's first touchdown. Then Atchley returned a few plays later with a 23-yard touchdown pass to left halfback Hargens and quarterback Blattncr kicked (he extra point to give the visitors Tigers Score 13-0 lead. in Fourth In the closing minutes of the period Atehley again took to the air and hit cud G. Jones with a -IB- yard touchdown pass to make the score 1Q-0 lit halftime. Cape took the kickoff opening the second half on their own 45 yard line and powered their way to pay dirt again. On the first play of the third quarter halfback Uhlrich took off around end. ran to the Carulh- ersvillc 40, latcrallcd to Atchley who hauled down on the 16. Prom there Blattner plowed over in two plays and he kicked the extra point. Cape's final touchdown eame In lh" fai'iih quarter. B'lattner passed 3!' sards to end Peniod for the ouchdown after having one touchdown pass called back by a penalty. The Tigers scored their lone touchdown in the fourth quarter with (he aid of a 15-yard penalty. After an exchange of purils the Tigers got the ball on the Cape 25. Undsman carried to the 17 and 15 yard penalty moved the ball to the two from where Waldron went over. The kick for extra point was no good. Starting lincuos: CarieGirardcau Pos. Carufliersville Penrod Fowler Strop .... Holloday Yallaly .. Heartllng G. Jones Blattner Uhlrich Hargens Atchley . L E. . L T. . . L Q. .. C. .. . n a. . H T. R.-E. . Q B. . H B. . H B. P B. Pankey .. Hazel ... Fike . Mehrle Watkins ..' Bostlc . Jarrett Cantrell .. Hedge Morgan Waldron Substitutions: Cape Girardeau — Skoggs. Watson, King. Suead, Minion. Spann, , Jones. McLean, Edwards, Busch, Vogel, Baker. Engie- man, Barks. Burris. Carnthersville — Mead, Camp, Jones. Lindsman Clayton, Gaither, Plunk, Goddin, Wilson, Proctor, Johnson, Lacey Privctt. Another is fylfot. name for the swatiska visitors were limited to a net gain of only eight yards on the ground In the air, the junior tribe completed two out of three pass at- tempts.for 23 more yards while the Bullpups worked three out of seven aerials for a net gain of 20 yards. A total of 65 players saw action in the one-sided affair with both coaches using all the player? (hat were dressed out. Coach Earl Stabler sent 32 Paps Into the fray and Coach John Douthit of Para"ould used 33. Gentry Si'nres 3 Touchdowns Fullback Donald Gentry scored ihree of the Paps' touchdowns Johnny O'Brien, shifted from quarterback to right half., added two more and halfback Tommy Moslev picked up the other one. Gentry got things going- quick for the Papt plunging over from the Paragould seven or. the Paps' seventh play from scrimmage. A recovered fumble on the Parngould 29 on the second play of the game set up (he opening score with Gentry. Bonnie [lays and O'Brien'step- ping off the 29 yards in rapid fashion. O'Brien picked up the extra point on a plunge over snard. That was all of'the Paps' scoring in the first period but on the third play of the second quarter Gentry sprinted 25 yards around end for a second touchdown and he cracked over guard on the extra point try to give the Paps a 14-0 lead. v The Paps scored again a little later in the second period when (he ~ ball completely over the punter's head on fourth down on the Bull- pups' 20 with the ball recovered by Paragould but going over to Blytheville on the Pups' tl. on the first play from scrimmage O'Brien cut inside his own right guard to go all the way. Quarterback Ralph Snider picked up the 21st point or* a sneak and at halftime Blytheville 'cd 21-0. Substitutes the game after the opening "of the second half and the reserves fared just as well against the weak Bull- pups as did the regulars. Taking the kickoff opening the second half at midfield the Paps needed only ,wo plays to score again. Taps Sr.nrr. in Fourth Period Gentry sei up the fourth touchdown by scampering 40 yards behind good blocking around end all the way to the Paragould eight. There Snider Hipped n pass to Kays in the flal with Hays latcralling off Paragould center snapped the began pouring into to Gentry at the five and Gentry crossed for his third touchdown of the night. Hays tried guard for th*^ extra point but was stopped shnrt^-- On the first play of the fourth quarter. O'Brien made it 33-0 by racing io yards around end to pay dirt. The Paps got the ball at mld- tield on a Paragould punt and tw- 0 plnys later they had racked up another six pointer. A pass for Ihe extra pcinl wns wide. The Paps' final touchdown c?-' ; late In ttie fourth quarter ind was set ujj on a blocked punt by reserve center, Leon Prlvc-tt. Prlvett broke through to knock down the punt on the Paragould 20 and it rolled out of bounds on the 15 and was given to Blytheville,'The Paps tried the pass-lateral combination again with Gentry taking the lateral and racing to the one Irom where Moslev plowed over guard lo score. O'Brien was stopped at the line of scrimmage on his extra point try. Bullpups Used T Coach Earl Stabler';; junior Iribe showed considerable improvement over the performances in their first two outings. Their blocking and tackling was somewhat belter and their defensive play was their strongest point. Members of (he Paps forward wall played the major part in the victory. The guards, tackles and ends were in the Paragould backfield all night and they tore big noles in the Bullpups' line lor the oacks to scamper through. The Bullpups operated from a straight T but were never able t«L! get going. Their backs were trapF^ ped time after time by members of the onrushlng Blytheville line who refused to he taken out by hard trying Paragould -forwards. The Pups were never able to- get a drive under way, their longest gain of the night being a five-yard Plunge by halfback Adams.-Starting llneims: : Pos. L. E. L T. L G. . C . . R G. R T.- R E. Q B. H B. H B. F.B. Barnhaill R. Martin Boling . Hollis • J- Martin mith :.:-. Furlong . Tripod . . Adams . . Trice . . .' Brruldock . . Blytheville . Sklelton ...' Hodge ... Jones .. Holland . Childers ...- Crln'er . Shepherd .. Snider .... Hays . O'Brien .. Gentry Substitutions: Paragoirtd-iJ. Eubanks. Bogan. .Reynolds, Hopkins, Hundlcstpn, Whitney, W. Eubanks, Hollis, . Vopp, iJacHson. Boone, Higgins, Freeman, Corder, Hoe, McLemore. Blytheville — Privctt, McFarland. Hickman. Halstead, Swift, Mosley, O'Dell, Garner. Birmingham, Smothermon, Miller, Hall, Gilbow, White, Cappedge, Langston, Whittle, Cobb, Burnham, Henson and Richardsi Officials: Dukie Speck, refer... Herb Childs, umpire; Lloyd Wise' head linesman; Sonny Lloyd, field judge. Oliver, D. Trice, Hoglnnd, Wright, Kinrnan. Newsom, a*-. Assigned to Okinawa Lt. Bennett B, Wilson. Jr son of Mr.;. B. B. Wilson, 15TH Hearn Stieet, has been assigned to duty with the sist Communications Squadron as communications officer at Naha Air Force Base, Oki- wa. He arrived in Okinawa. September 22. alter stops at Hickam Field, Honolulu. Hawaii, and Guam, from Fairtield-Suisun AFB in California. knockdown punch and come back lo win. Charles l.s expected to about 180 and his rivni about 185.1 exprrtrri to account for crate receipt Tlie match will be worth «jninn! . —• "- "-_ L< -.'P' to Charles. Last minute ticket sales were'standing'room. around S150.000. The Cow Palace [ 16,629 cuslomcrs with -1,000 it goesFAISTAFF pleases so mary peopleffs AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER PREMIUM QUALITY SEER , rAiiurr mwim COUP, $?. ioun . OMAN* • NIWOHUANJ Harry Walker's • MAJOR LEAGUE ALL-STARS VS. MANILA JAYCEES Manila, Arkansas Sat, October 15 Game Time 2:00 p.m. Walker's All-Stars Are: HARRY WALKER CLYDE McCULLOUGH ENOS SLAUGHTER TED KLUSZEWSKI HANK WEHMEIER ROBIN ROBERTS ANDY SEMINICK EDDIE MILLER KIRBY HIGBEE HANK SAUER- RED MUNGER BERT HAAS Adults TERRY MOORE GEORGE KELL ADMISSION $1.00 Children 50c

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