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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1949 BLYTHEVILLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS 1 PAGE FIVE Bulldogs Annex 4th Straight Win Canines Overpower Visiting Wildcats on Ground and in Air WILSON, Oct. 15.—Wilson High School's Bulldogs hung up their fourth consecutive victory last night, a 33-0 decision over the Trumann Wildcats at the High School field here. Using power plays as their main offensive threat the Bulldogs scored in all but the second period, com- Jj|letery outclassing the visitors. The C^ulldogs scored one of their touchdowns on a pass and the other four on ground plays. -*The Bulldogs got things going last, scoring their Initial touchdown in the early minutes of the nrst quarter. They started their opening drive In their own territory and halfback Tommy Boyles climaxed it by gathering in a Howard Woodyard pass from the eight- yard line In the end zone. The try for extra point failed. Late in the quarter the Bulldogs scored again with Boyles plunging over from the eight yard spot after setting up the score by taking in another Woodyard pass from the 30. Gene Woodyard's kick for the extra Point was good and Wilson led 13-0. In the second quarter the visitors offered their only major threat • of the night, a sustained -drive that started deej> in their own territory but bogged down on the Wilson 18. After that drive the Wildcats were never able to get another drive underway. Score In Third Period The Bulldogs scored again In the third period with reserve back Muney plunging over from the Trumann thre % e to climax Wilson's third long drive. Again Gene Woodyard's kick was good and the score read 20-0. A blocked punt at the opening of the fourth quarter set up Wil- .son's fourth touchdown. The kick was blocked on the Trumann 42 and the Bulldogs got possession of •Khe ball there. After several good •'•^forward pass gains Howard Woodyard plowed over from the nine but One Woodyard missed his extra Point try. Wilson's final score came In the closing minutes when Howard Woodyard again crossed from the eight to climax another sustained drive Oene Woodyard's point after touchdown was good. The Butidogs completely out• Played the visiting Wildcats, pacing them in every department. They racked off 10 first downs to Tru- niann's five and they gained through the Wildcat line almost at will r,^ le B . u " dog5 rem >»n at home next week to meet the Sloan-Hendrix eleven of Imboden. Starting lineups ., Trumann Cude Tucker , Hundy .... O'Neal Perry Eldrldge Richards .... Baker Swink .._ Sum-lock" ... Mead CHICKS Trumann 33-0; Osceola Defeats Luxora By Same Score Continued from Page 1 Helena Sells Franchise In Cotton States League HELENA, Ark., Oct. 15. (AP) — onroe, La., will return to the Class niujuw, LA., win reiurn to me class there Troxell found a big hole at c Cotton States Baseball League tackle and plunged into" the end zone. Scott's pass to end Max Merrill fell incomplete. Blythevllle's reiiortin git had lost money for three lead was whittled half Into, 12-6. straight years with a cellar club, But not for long. After a 15-yard yesterday sold Its franchise and penalty nullified a 30-yard klckoff plyers to Shreveport of the Texas return by Lutes the Chicks opened league. their first big drive of, the' night 'Shreveport Immediately obtained on their own 25, moving 75 yards league permission to move Its new for their third 'touchdown. Robert • Retd and Roger Lum tunon started their ground gaining for the War If, night by teaming to move for two ~ »»> fc » iv uj vtajujitg tu jjjuvc juj tww me amount ol money mvoivea straight first downs in three plays in the transaction was not disclos- to the 47. Lutes cut Inside end to ed. move to the jonesboro 35 and an- Helena has been a member of the other first down. Reid cracked off league since 1935. six at tackle and Lutes moved to the' 10 on an end sweep. On the next play Reid slanted over guard .i-li' ''*"",,, "7"";".., ""AT i'T " to score. Again Gee's extra point (irst P™Menl of the 48 states. —as wide. But the Gold shirts proved they could ,comc back, too, and Troxell CC-ma ,£UU1C DaCK, tOO ano iruXUll ~ i'~.)i,. Aim tlluo o*il/ni.ll *_VJ||climaxed the first half sooririj siderable improvement In their de- Pos. L.B. li.T. L.O. C. R..G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. p jj Substitutions: TTurriann-WaVtof Bramley, Massey, Matthews, Sond- --- and McGlaughlln. WHson-Al- ^---inder. Birch, Muncy, Nelson Stanrod, Webb. Amundson, Ryals' Crawford. ' Wi!«on ... McDanlel Douglas Keel Garrett Forrester -.-• .Williams <3. Woodyard H. Woodyard. Nixon Boyles Cash with a 90-yard kickoff return for the Hurricane's final tally. He took the kick on the first hop at the 10, shook off two Blytheville tacklers and was off to the races. Troxell's kick from placement was wide and the half ended seconds later with Blytheville leading 18-12. Chicks Add 14 Afore The third quarter was scarcely two minutes old before the Chicks had another 14 points added to their score. They kicked to 'Jonesboro on the Hurricane 25 to open the second half and Scott, after being thrown for a nine-yard loss by guard Leroy Crlner tried the air again and Lutes intercepted on the 30 'and returned to the Hurricane 14. Reid went over tackle to the four but the play was nullified by an off-side penalty. Reid tried tackle'again and this time moved to the goal line but again Blytheville was ruled offside and the play was called back. On his third attempt Reid tried the same tackle hole and stepped off the 14 yards to the end zona and this time the play stood. Gee came in to kick the extra point but the ball was centered over Luin's head and was downed. Lloyd kicked again to the Jonesboro 15 with Lawrence returning to the 15. On the first Scott, who was beginning to show signs of gun shyness after having been pasted several times by the hard charging i Blytheville forwards, lateralled | wildly to fullback Lawrence on a pltchout and end John Hutcherson fell on the ball on the Hurricane 25. Five plays later it was another touchdown for the Chicks. Reid tried tackle but was stopped for no gain. Lutes cut Inside tackle for five and Hutcherson on an end around went to' the Jonesboro five but a clipping penalty at the 11 put the ball back on the 2-s. Lum cut Inside end and moved to the a first down a big hole at Four Games To be Played InSWC Today Gold Shirts moved steadily against the Chick reserves. Troxell, on.a was penalized 15 yards more on a personal foul. With the ball on the 15 Brown First downs ...... Yds. gnd. rushing 300 Passes attempted and Scott combined efforts to move to the 10 and a Scott to Mathls *„„„ pass was good for four more yards Passes completed to the six but there the drive bogged Yds. gnd nasslnz' down and Blytheville took over on - • 'and started their longest drive of the night. 94 yards to their Oppts. fumbles VeV. final touchdown. Reid cracked tackle for nine yard; and Lum carried three tacklers foi 14 yards to the 35. Reid tried tackli again, going to the Blytheville 46 and Lutes, on the final W of the Blylhwll* ' ™ ""? H . quarter, went to th B .Tonrshnrn 4fi o',;, "'" ^'^ Gnd - AVg.- DALLAS. Oct. 15 <#)—F&mUv squabbles in which a couple of teams may be eliminated from the race feature the Southwest Confer- to n nVt° 0tlm11 ^M* today and Southern Methodist and Rice meet in the Cotton Bowl under the h» J" the headlin er. It matches *£rt If ?1 generally rated No. 1 Q,a NO. 2 in the championship cam- b^^'aMSS faV^ lost stand RO Thn Ar n Bnsa ,? mRkes lk Irom lne 28 -l»und weight disad- ""'-•" ••• crsall TexriTanH R £ zorfbac . ks , face' vantage, couldn't get going. During ^wrence elimhiated from the tSle race ° r * '• . remo . illdcr ° f the «•»' 1 rart ^ «""- -' li ° V?r f 1 fu rt Worth ' T**™ ' cl "-'s' b t • 5ame txmt M Arkan "' r pT fovored to win Its game, i ne Horned Frees nlav imv ly Texas A. and K. P y ™~ . Jf^J* JL '. 3 :. Ii2 I 101 "' favorite quarter, went to the Jonesboro 46. On the first, play of the final quarter, Lutes shook his hips around , Jllm end, got good blocking and went DonnnV :.ll the way. Again the snap from center was over Luin's head on the extra point try and Blythevillc held n 37-12 lead. Chicks Strong on Offense Blytheville reserves played the :emalnder of the fourth quarter End the Hurricane, too battered from the 28-pound weight disad- Harrison Higfr Dragons Defeat Morrilton 20-0 In First J949 Home Game • The Harrison High School Dragons broke a. three game losing f,™* las L ni s hl and rolled over the Charles HorfgeXscjjred all the touchdowns for/trieDrSgons with »)£'?' ^"B/nd Richard Stokes aflding the tTctra points. This was Dragons' first home game of Next week thev eo to ATTENTION EX-G.I.'s To Maintain Tour 'Benefits, PAY YOUR teOION IHJES NOWl DUD CASON POST 24 the two teams sparred between II two 30 yard lines. Offensively the Chicks were great but defensively they were still below par. The blocking was somewhat better than in the three previous games and their tackling, though Improved, was still off. Phillips was a defensive whiz for the Chtcks and was taken out on precious few plays. And there were others that turned in noteworthy performance!, both offensively and defensively. Captain J A. 'Lloyd was a standout at his tackle as were guards Jim Garner nnd Leroy Crl- next season, replacing Helena. Tiie Helena Baseball Company, larm club to Monroe, which was a cotton states member before World ar II. The amount of money Involved William Howard Taft was the ner who alternated at the right sen- - tinel post. The ends showed con- fensivc play as did Bill Boyd who filled in at right tackle for the injured Jim Berry. Offensively, Lutes. Lum and Reid were the kingpins with Lutes play- Ir.g by far his best game of the jear. Reid was slowed down a bit by a leg Injury received in the Pine Bluff game but he ripped off nice yardage with plenty of power. And Lum was his same diminutive self, a pint-sized headache on both offense and defense. Chick Power Pays Off For two quarters lhe Hurricane looked groat against the larger opposition but the Chicks' superior weight and power told off In the late quarters and after their brilliant first half showing Coach Dob Malcom's crew couldn't do much more lhan figiit back. Many observers thought Malcom had his squad I Keyed up loo high. They made mis- | takes, damaging mistakes and the breaks, for the most part went against them. Outstanding for the Hurricane was the running of Jack Troxell, a spindle-legged speedster who oper- eled at halfback. Troxell and his limning male, fullback Gerald Lawrence were the major part of the Hurricane's offense. Between them they accounted for nearly all of Jonesboro's yardage on the ground. Defensively, halfback Vance Brown who backed the line, looked good and Jack Caldwcll, a 180-pound sophomore tackle, showed good promises. Starting lineups: Blytheville Tos. Baseball PlayersDeals Reported in New York • By Joe Itclchler NEW YORK, Oct. 15. (flv-Thc World Series may be over, but baseball refuses to be crowded out of the sports pages. For the second straight day, all three 'New . York clubs put over . Ark., Oct. 15 — Using iY| W h r plays to exccss ' llle , Earle - , - - -I- -..*..» lv y miii<n.u muiv ^I'ffn School eleven handed the Rackley and Dick Whitman, who were sold to rival National Leasme f"'™ 1 " Indiana their second dc club.5. » - '' deals in strengthening for next season. The Brooklyn Dodgers brought, up three farmhands to replace Marv Dodger Boss Branch Rickey who two days ago pocketed n reporled $100,000 from the Chicago Cubs for Pitcher Paul Minner and First nBsc- man Preston Ward, sold Rncklcy to Cincinnati for about $50.000 ami Whitman to the Philadelphia Phils for $25,000. In unloading these second line performers. Rickey was in position to bring up catcher Steve Lciulx) and Second Baseman Everett (Rocky) Bridges from Montreal, and First Baseman Dee Fondy from Mobile. The rfew York Yankees brought up Paul Hinriclis, a rlglithandetl bonus pitcher from Kaiisas Cilv. r,t the same time sending relict pi'tch- er Ralph Button down to their American Association farm club and ruioa.fnT » TI •; • pncnc-r irom Jncksor releasing veteran Hugh Casey. south Atlantic League. Hlnrlclis, troubled by a groin Injury during pnrt of the season, compiled a dull 3-10 record at Kansas City, but had n 9-8 record at Dallas in the Texas League In 1948. The Yankees paid a $40,000 bonus to Hlnrichi last year after he was declared a free agent'by Commissioner A. B. Chandler. Casey, who celebrated his -Kith birthday yesterday, was handed his unconditional release. He aws picked up Sept, 4 after the Pittsburgh Pirates let him go. He appeared in four games with the Yankees and worked only 7 2>3 innings during the Inst month of the season. He had n 1-0 record. The New York Giants purchased Louis Sleatcr, a leflhtinded bonus pitcher from Jacksonville of the Gurley ...... Phillips Wunderllch Garner Boyd Hall .. ..... Donner Lutes ...:.. L "m Reid L.T. L.G C Jonesboro Merrill .... Calclwell Spence Francis R.Q. •Lnughinghouse ... Yarbrough Mathis gi oa n Brown Troxell Lawrence H.T. . B'E Q.B H.B H.B p.B Jonesboro three for and then he found .. _.„ . ^ „„ guard to score. Gee kicked his first extra point of the night and Blsthe- ville led 31-12. Jonesboro Tries for Comeback Jonesboro tried desperately to get another scoring drive under way late in the quarter and nearly sue- v,t* luucnnoivns- uivmeville— r- Ee ,/ d <;J B . klng ° Ver °" t!leir 24 tne Lutes 3 ' Rcltl "• nnd L «m- Jones- nnlrf fihfi-fe nir*..n»4 _t.~...l:i.. ; i T ~* . .. ' . ""iit.i ......... . ..... Substitutions: Blytheville — Mel Hay, Gee. Droke, Criner, Anderson, Hutcherson, Daniels, Ntacfc Hay, Bean, Vance, Borowsky, Smith, D. Reid, Prince. Jonesboro— Ray, SBIIT som, Davis, Scott, Brown, cook, Stnndefcr, Westbrooke, and Dean. Scoring touchdowns: Blvtheville— , , . - boro— Troxell 2. Extra points: Blytheville- -Gee (kick). Officials - tua..^ i T' .— —--" ~ .jnio.,.,,1:—oee (KICK;, umcinls— beautiful run went all the way to Gene Pulgham, referee; Hugh Clay- the Blytheville 30 on the very first ton,'umpire; Jim Murdaugh, lines- play and on the play Blytheville man; Lynn Dowdy field iudee wax nonnlt^H IK *,~~*- .,,„..„ ~« „ ~ T y '. ilLlu JU"ge. , Statistics B'ville . . . Passes int. by ..... Fumbles Punts Avg. per punt!!!! Penalties Yds. penalties 2 0 0 t 4 4 21 12 100 ____ Individual Records J'horo 5 ' loo 15 6 53 Reid Lutes Lum Hutcherson Vance Anderson H! >y , Totals Jonesboro 14 .. 14 ... 6 .. 1 ... 1 ... 1 ... 5 ...43 Tries ,.. 4 .. 3 .. 9 .. 2 .. 1 87 118 62 9 4 309 Gnd. Totals Grid Upsets Clarify Competition for 1949 l»y Carl Bell Associated Press Sports Editor , Upsets, near-upsets and games which clarified championship races gave Arkansas high school football fans their bluest thrills of the season Friday night. Surprises struck at the lop of the big six, the state's highest prep l-lgskin classification. Little Rock's Tigers, defending champions and favorites by some 40 points, had to come from behind twice to edge a winless Fort Smith eleven, 14-13. And El Dorado, rated as one of Little Rock's chief challengers, was 1 upended, 31-26, by Smackover, state runner-up last year in Class AA. Subiaco Academy loomed as a mighty big threat in the state Double-A fuss after its 20-13 conquest if powerful van Buren. Subiaco already has earned the right to rcp- icsent District Four in the playoffs, while Van Buren is the front-runner In District One. Pine Bluff's ,Zebras, now standing with Little' Rock as the only un-bealen Big sixers, had a : close call at Camclcn. Trailing 0-7 after the first, quarter, the Zebras came, back to carve out a 19-14 decision over the Class AA Panthers. Magnolia and Hope stepped up I'ongside Smackover as contenders Ii. the heated 7AA scramble. Magnolia repulsed Nashville. 13-0, and Hope downed Texarkana, 1-0. Pocahontas, unblemished class B team coached by former University of Arkansas Star Aubrey R>wlcr, pulled a good one—socking the third district's top class A team, piggott. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasowbo 3-.SWIFT'S PREMIUM if, BRANDED BEEF We Specialize in Wt Oefivcr Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space Fancy Meats and Groceries J. Pappenheimer To Return Monday For Mat Foursome Jack Pappenheimer who made his wrestling debut here some years ago, returns Monday night to take part in the .tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. Pappenhcimer, a heavyweight, will team with veteran Roy Welch against Bill Canny and Hay .(Big Train) Clements in the main event bout of Monday night's program. Pappenheimer, who hails from Chicago, has made only one appearance here. He was booked for a return bout the week following his initial performance but couldn't fulfill the booking. He returned to this area only recently and for the past few weeks has been performing in the Memphis ring. Pappenheimer will weigh In at near the 200-jx>und mark. Clement'! Is a returnee from this week's card. Last Monday night he teamed with Buddy Knox against Ralph Garabaldi and Don Keene but lost the match. Two weeks ago 5.55 he teamed wllh Canny In a tag Football Scores County Blytheville 37, Jonesboro 12. Osceola 33. Luxora 0. Mnrlon 19, Kelser 0. Wilson 33, Trumnnn 0. Earle 28, Shawnee 6. Southeast Missouri Charleston 0, Pcrryville 0 (tie) Poplar Bluff 34, Jackson 6. Sikcston 18, Kennett 0. Dexter 13, ChafTee 6. Portagevillc 13, East Prairie 0 State Little Rock 14, Port Smith 13. Smackover 31, El Dorado 26. Subiaco 20. Van Buren 13. Pine Bluff 18, Camden 14.' Magnolia 13, Nashville 0. Hope 7, Texarkana 0. Pocahontas 13, Piggolt o North Little Rock 32, Russellville 6. Hot Springs 33, Pordycc 6 Tulsa Will Rogers 26, Fayette- vlllc 15. Batesvllle 13, Bald Knob 12. Bentonvllle 21, Berryvllle 7 Warren 12, Eudora 7. Conway 26, Clarksvllle 6. Paragould 13, Walnut Ridge 7 DeQucen 51, Dlerks 0. Dennott 20, Monticcllo 0 Elaine 41, Cotton Plant 6 Gtirdon 26, Prescott 6. Clarendon 28, Hazen 0. Marked Tree 37, Corning 0. Arkadelphla 6, Benton 6 (tie). Siloam Springs 25, Rogers 0 Hnrrisnurg. 13, Lcpanto 0 Hughes 24, Parkin 0.. Scarcy 32, Lonokc 13. Helena 38. Brinkley 0. Henderson's Reddies Lick Conway Rivals 12-0 CONWAY, Ark., Oct. 15. (AP) Henderson's undefeated Reddles grabbed their fourth Arkansas Intercollegiate conference football victory last night. The Arkadelphla eleven had to take to the aJr to whip Arkansas State Teachers College. 12 to 0. Jack Scolt parsed for both touchdowns— 56 yards to Delwin Ross and eight yards to Dick Hays. event. In addition to the main even, there *-III be two one-fall preliminary bouts with Canny meetlnf Pappenheimer and Welch battling Clements. ^^•^•WM^^BMHHIi BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLI LOWES'l ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHERE! Reserved Seats on Sale at the Ueion Arena from 6 p.m Every Monday Monday, October 17 ADIU.TS 50c - CHILDREN 15c New Starting Time 8:15 . WXX SEATS I flc EXTRA (Taj InrluiVd) TAG MATCH JACK PAPPENHEIMER and ROY Y/ELCH versus BILL CANNY and RAY CLEMENTS Canny vs. Pappenheimer Welch vs. Clements ShawneeBows ToEar!e28fo6 Crittenden Countions Hand Indians Second Setback of Season *i>Kiuit.i viivn acuuim (iu- "^"uijimi ieis , . . j nC OXOC WHS :at of the season here last, nlghl moaning one of his men a 28-6 score. Sticking strictly e homellngs powered their way to Ifornia'u. catcher ur touchdowns and added all fo --o ...- v^jL.nug, IVH.MJII ann -" tij rt tiL-iuinnu.-' , , . Apparently icKIng up (our straight first downs 'hey follow the same Itnf of (nought •"« J. Philyaw plunging over from In buying players from other clubs hn SIlnli.HAn ..!.. ir I ,. _ . .i. . »-,i»JO. the Shawnee six. Shawnce bounced right back to move to within one point of tying »1> the game. They took the after louchrlown klckoff and statred their only big drive of the night Hint was climaxed by quarterback Sonny Hlegins sneaking Into lhe end zone from the Karle two. That was nil for 'he frullaris for the night They couldn't get going aealn. Earle scored again In the second period on another substaincd drive from deep in Its own territory. Halfback Daniels mndc the rtrlve a success by circling end from the Slmwuee 20 to score. Again the :.xtra point try wns good and the 'Core favored Earle 14-B. , Karlo Add Two In Final Period Earle failed to score in the third period but In the fourth quarter two more touchdowns were added to the score. The first came In the early minutes of the period when Phllyaw aenln hit pay dirt, this time on a plunge over tackcl from the 10- yard line. Daniels scored his second touchdown of the night later In the quarter by tearing off tackle from inside the Shawnee five. Starting llneuos: Shawnea Pos. Earle Welch .... Uoussman Lauderdnle Bell Haskctt ... Robertson . Sulcer HIgglns ... E. Adams . Larue ..... S- Harrison L.E O. Burns L. T Forehand L G Halkln C Williams .. Llntlsey .. Roeder V. Burns ... McLtn . Danlles , Phllyaw Glinn R.G. R.T. RE. Q.B. H.B. H.B.' F. B. . _...,. ...... t_jiui]i substitutions: Shawnee — B Childcrs, P. Childeis, B. Speck, L. Speck, Richards. Earle — Craig Oamey, B. Phllyaw, Carrier, Goff, Haw. Dunham. Officials — Leftwitch, referee; Billings, umpire; Burns head linesman. Charles Flattens Valentino Wi>h 8th Round Flurry SAN FRANCISCO, Calif, Oct. 15 —Wl— Ezzarcl Charles, lanky master boxer, chopped down challenger Pnt Valentino with a :!:: s lc smashing right Inst night to successfully defend n ls world (NBA) heavyweight boxing title. » •The Cincinnati Negro, a swift footed, sharp punching 182 pounder, knocked out mop-linlrcci Valentino of San Francisco In 35 seconds of the eighth round In their scheduled 15-roundcr last night. Valentino weighed 188K. The record crowd of lfl.500 fans saw Charles crush Valentino's title hopes with a smashing right to the jnw. The challenger who had exchanged blow for blow In furious rallies, went down with a thud. He tried to stagger lo his feet but fell back again as Referee Jack Downey finished the ten count. It was Charles' second successful defense since he heat Joe Walcott to win N.B.A. recognition as successor to Joe Louis last June. The tltleholder stopped Gus Lescn- vlch In August. Charles oulboxed the challenger in the opening round landing left hooks and rights to the face, but Valentino won a .margin in the second and third with a punishing attack on the champion's mldsec- tlon. f Charles appeared to take command for the remaining rounds after sending Valentino hack on his Sports Roundup bj Rueh f'ullertfm Jr. 'Spiers' Passing Defeats Panthers NEW YORK, Oct. 15-MV-Fuller Explanatlon Dept.-Or why Branch lilckey can get prices like $50000 or Preston Ward and Paul Minner . . .A big league executive and nother club's scout were discussing bonps payment.'; in World Series headquarters . . . The exec was hann't gone nbovo 54,500 to sl«n Bruce McKelvey, the Southern Cal- Five of 8 Completed As Seminoles Win Season's 5th Victory OSCEOLA, Oct. 15 - Tommy Spiers had his throwing arm w-H oiled last night as he led the Osceola Seminoles to a 33-0 rout of the Luxora Panthers in a District Three Class B battle at Hnle Field here. Spiers tossed three touchdown passes, two to end War rend' Wein'• and .one lo halfback Donald they really want an nlhlcte. there's no deadline on the price. And if price really Is an object Ihey don't want him very badly S . . How would you like lo lie peddling Babe Ruth of Lefty Grove /n such a market? . . . Remember when the Yankees bought Ruth for the unhciird-of players, or sum of $125,000 , when (he A's paid a whopping $100,000 for a minor l«i- Bue pitcher named Drove? Counter Attack Columbia's Lou Little has chuckling been . --.. ever since he read nn interview with Lev! Jnckson In which the Yale captain told In dctnli how a teammate "look out" the Columbia right tncklc lo enable Lev! lo make o long run . . . '11 took out that tackle myself." snys Little. "Tliero «-,is n mixiip between two players when 1 sent in the defensive platoon and we only had ten men on the field." . . . On Ihc other hand, Ltlllc relates. Columbia had twelve men on delense for several plays In the 1041 Penn same. Everybody In the strnllum saw it except tho officials iind the extra players, who Ignored Lou's frantic signals . . . and before Columbia got the extra man off the field, Penn made two first downs. Jeff Sport.spnurrl Heath, who was offered minor league managerial job when he was released by the Brnves, showed his qualifications for such a job last June . . . touring the Braves farms, Jeff dropped Into Blueflcld, w. Va., Just after the local club had been shut out. He Rave the lads a short batting lesson and that night they banged out 29 hits for a 26-6 victory . . . In 1895, officers and cadets at West Point took up a collection to defray Harvard's traveling expenses to their football game. Learning of this, the .Harvard manager politely returned the dough . . • The West Pointers, equally polite, spent it on a silver cup which was presented to the Hnrvards. Squnils ItlRhl After watching Oklahoma's footballers whip Texas, Red llogan, Kansas Scout, tolrl coach Jules Slkes how to beat the Sooners: "Just play the one-unit system— your 35-man traveling squad." Californians in Finals Of Texas Golf Tourney FORT WORTH, Tex., Oct. 15. (AP)—Two Californians — Marlcne Bauer of IXM Angeles and Beverly Hanson of fticlio—square off tomorrow in the fnals of tlic Texas Women's Open Golf Tournament. 1 Marlcnc, IS-ycar old tournament mcdalst, yesterday ousted Betty Macknnon of Ml. Pleasant, Tex., 1 up. Miss Hanson, formerly N.D., beat Mary Lena Faulk Thomasvlle, Oa., 4 and 3. Fargo of With the Courts Chancery: Cecil Crawford vs. St. Louis, Sa,. Francisco Railway Company, suit to collect $1,245 damngcs caused by train hitting plaintiffs stalled car June 13, 1910. setback. Luxora was In lhe game during he first quarter only and after that 't was all Osceola. After a scoreless rst jicrintl lhe Semlnolcs tallied hrce ilmcs In the second pcrlnd ; wlce In the third and once In a,c •ourlli. Their first touchdown early In lhe second period. Taking a Lnx- itn punt on the Panters' 38 the MMiilnolcs slarled to march with Wnlson Travis and Spires Jointn B forces to move to the Luxora nine Hero they Junked their ground machine and look to the air. Spiers will w°, E"* 508 herorc conn «oHnB i Hi Welnberg who was standing In the end ame. Sp| ers tried a pans for the extra point but It fell com- piclc. Osccohi's hard charging linemen *jcnt Into action nfter that touchdown and threw Luxora backs for two strniRht losses forcing them to punt out of bounds at mlrtflelrt nnd the Scmlnoles were goalward boun'I again. TVclnberir Scores On the first play Spiers carried around end for 18 yards to lhe I.uxora 32 and then he found Wein- h?. r>f , , ronnll "B '» 'he end zone and hit him wllh his second pass coin- Pel ion of the night. The same combination worked for the extra point and Osceola led 13-0. The .Seminoles made It 20-0 only a few plays later. After the klckoff halfback Dunn Jumped high to pul! n one of Rutherford's passes on lhe 48 and he went to the 2fi before ho was stopped lo set up the louch- aown. Walson on four straight carries wont far two consecutive first downs to the Luxora six from where Uiinn .circled end behind good blocking to score. Watson plunpcd over for the 20th point and the half ended seconds later. End Aronnd Works Osceola took the third quarter ktckoff on the 45 arid started, for another six pointer. Travis and nunn combined efforts and on two .beautiful runs moved to the Luxora six from where Welnberg was dispatched on an end around play and went all the way. Spiers found Travis In Hie end zone for (lie extra nolnt and the score read 27-0. ' The Seminoles' final tally cnme in lhe fourth period on a beautiful 40 yard pass from Spiers to Weln- berg who crossed Into the end rone Spires threw his pass completely over the Luxora defense Into the waiting arms ol Welnbe'rg who practically waltzed Into the end zone. , ." Starting lineups: l.iixora Pos. Osceola Connor LE. ........ Watson While L.T. ;.... Lannum Looncy L.G Stevens Tucker o Johnson Bareh R G. ....... Jades HIckcrson R T. .... Meadows Lunsford R E. .... Wclnbcrg W. Talc Q B. ; Spiers Rutherford .. H B Dunn Oray H B Wrfeht Williams .... F B. .. Shaneyfolt Substitutions: Osceola — Alexander, Travis. Wilson, Lowe, < Fleming, Perry, Ferguson. Luxora—Cunnina- rum. McAdoo, Jones, Holllnger, Bennett, D. Tate. Less than 300.000 American troops were engaged In the war with Spain in 1898. heels with a stinging right to the i nose late In the fourth round. Vi ^Pr^ n K, or any season o( Hie ytar for that miller, Is lhe time lo look for values. 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