The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1940 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX •BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ^^ • •^ - —- i ~~ — ;— ', ^ ' ' • " inuixbUAi, NQ.VEMBER 7, 194 Game May Draw Record Crowe Jonesboro Backers Have High Hopes For Upset Victory BY J. 1>. FRIEND If the weather man will lend his support to the occasion by holding off hjs choicest winter and watery elements a new local attendance record appears certain Friday night when the Blytheville Chicks and Jonesboro Golden' Hurricane come together in their annual gridiron feud. "Officials announced last night*-— '• .— that only a few reserved seats in the extreme sections of the stadium 'were available and they were expected to.be 'gobbled up long before the referee blows the first blast; from his whistle "to set the game ,in motion.'The demands for general admission tickets have been .so unusually heavy that it is quite likely that the S. R, O. sign will be hoisted ere the zero hour. - .' Jonesboro Corning: Strong' . iJonesboro is coming over lock stock and barrel. Sensing a possible upset for their Hurricane, something they haven't been able to -crow'about for six long years, they are going to drag in the sidewalks early, hop into their gas buggies and strike out for Mississippi County with Haley Field as their main objective. Efforts are being made to charter a special train for the students and the crack Jonesboro band which will add much color to the contest. Pans in almost every nook and corner are expected to be on hand for the Northeast Arkansas classic and the No. I game of the-state. In the meantime.the rival camps are going forward with their tram- ing chores. The heavy duty was put away with long scrimmages yesterday, and tapering begun. Barring last minute injuries by accidents, - both teams likely • wil 1 be in the proverbial "pink:" The return of Mayfield "Sonny" Lloyd, battering fullback who missed the Hope game because of a twisted foot, enabled Head Coach : Joe Dildy to'discard the Chick infirmary list, while Dick Wiles, senior guard and a good one, too, is the lone ailing Hurricaneer. But he Is due to be in at his past in tip top shape. PriuHct Scoring Battle Everything; pohUs to a .scoring battle with the one having the longest, loudest and most, effective guns returning the victor. 'The Chicks, headed by the famed "touchdown twins," Norman <Monk) Mosley and Lloyd, pack the most effective one-two punch in the state. In .six conference games against the state's A-1 teams, this pair of midgets—they weigh only 155 and 165, • respectively — has scored 115 points and all on the ground, in nil the Dildy Dynamiters have crashed across enemy soil for 18t> points, as compared to only 32 by their opponents. In one less game the Craighead County entry- amassed 132 points while the rivals were denting the defense for 32 The Forrest City ' Thoroughbreds counted 20 against them, while Papooses Are Trounced By Jonesboro Juniors, 3$ To 12 Conch John Ed James' Blytheville Papooses lost by a decisive margin to Jonesboro'.s powerful Juniors at Woodland Field in Jonesboro last night, but generated two flashes of offensive power in registering touchdowns in the see- on the 2G where he was immediately downed. Roush passed to Do/Jer who went to the Jonesboro 26 before being forced out of bounds. Dozier's knee was hurt on the-play and was replaced by Evrard. Roush's pass to Simpson was good ond and fourth quarters, the first for 20 yards. Houchins picked up on a line buck by Simpson and the a yard and on the next play Simp- final on a 34-yard run by Stone through the center of the .Jonesboro line. The score .was 39 to 12. The Whirlwinds distributed their coring efforts ovev '.three "periods but were held scoreless in the .second. Forrester, who accounted for three Jonesboro touchdowns, one on a 45-yard run after 1 intercepting Dower's pass, captured individual scoring honors.. . Jonesboro took the kicko/T on their own 19 and in five plays had son went over for a touchdown. The try for extra point was no good as the half ended. Houchins took . the Jonesboro kick on his 15 returning to his ?A. A fumble by Simpson was recovered by McCauley on the 13Jy- theville 32. Cobb picked up 20 and Forrester on the next play ran left end for a touchdown. The puss for the extra point was grounded. Another Jonesboro i o u c h <J o w n drive was set up when Houchins BUTTLE TO 6- they cashed in. Neither side had been able to make much headway either on the ground or in the air and the punting duel between Anable and Bernard had been slightly in the latter's favor. Getting the ball on-the 41 after checking Parkin, Edrington failed to hold the shuttled ball from his backfield teammate and dropped it, Bernard recovering on Osceoia's 31. Then the big push was on with big, . , ~-o ^^-J4i rvua Ull Wltil Dig, I o^* U „ • r i lum bering Raymond Smith the prin- Laige Homecoming Lrowdlcipal offender. He cracked right Watches Fvenlv Matrri - end for nhle on »« .first try, and Wdltnes Iivenly IVlalCh- men skirted the opposite terminal % lor flve more - p^ing the ban on the 17. He was thrown for three moved down to the Blytheville 33. kicked ;out of bounds on his own 46. Cobb went around right end to Penalties moved them back to the Blytheville 42 and on fourth down with 20 yards to go, Presley back to punt, elected to run and moved to the 10* before being forced out of bounds. Hannah picked up nine, Cobb placed it on the two. yrad stripe fom where Presley sneaked the 22. Forrester .ran: .the ;opposite end to the C. Three plays later Cobb plunged over for their fourth marker. Presley's kick for the extra point was wide. Houchins took the Jonesboro kick on his 22 returning to the 46. Bly- ° n the third but ed 1 earns At Osceola _ _ _ j OSCEOLA, Ark Nov 7 - The ' Osceola Seminoles and Parkin TL- ' , yde ^ Self shpped inside tackle > f °* gers battled to a C-6 draw here last!? , , ,?' St ° ne sneaked through night, before approximately 1,500 '^ midd ^ *9? nine more d ™ 1° chilled Homecoming fans J e llve ' ' Sm]th swu »g wide around Both teams scored in 'the first l >? n ?. lor Lhe "^hdovvn. Ber- half, missed tries for extra point then spent the remainder of the Youths, Guilty of $35 Theft, Sent to Prison BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP)—Vester Pearraan, 20, and Ernest Marcell Nelson, 21, pleaded guilty to theft or $35 woj-th of brass from the ^ Sou them Railway yards. Circuit Judge Robert J. Wheeler sentenced them Lo five years in prison on the charges. . was *- Ide - t .. ^ve the home fans a ' tremendo1 * thnU *****" the third . Lime trying to muster up enough ' tremeno1 * thnU *****" the third power to generate a tie breaking! ? ua !' ler *' hen he ' * rabbed Bernard's b °° L on> h * own 35 ard lin -score that repeatedly went for f t , straked « ° own 35 * ard line before being run °° P 16 flve * ard line - But the tl "' ned gn>ans when an playr was adjudged guilty it over for the first marker. Pres- i theville moved down to the Jones- ley's pass for the extra point was boro 39 where they lost the ball no good. ' on downs. On five plays the Whirl- Simpson took the Jonesboro kick | winds swept to the Blytheville l on his 15 returning to his 25 yard stripe. Ou the first play Simpson's, pass fell into the, arms of Gambia, Jonesboro center who returned to v.~....^^ «u U&IHU..-3I, L1JCHL, WIIUC ,, _. ,, ... _, Little Rock and El Dorado scored } heM B1 ?{ h * villc 20 " Hftmmh P lowed six apiece. Pine Bluff was che to Uie 14. Forrester picked up seven biggest point maker against Blythe-' nncl on tLne » exL P lft i' Forrester took — --- b •> it over to let Jonesboro lead 12 to 0. Presley's kick was wide. Roush took the Jonesboro kick on the Blytheville 19 returning to the 22. After the Paps running attack bogged, Simpson's punt was blocked and recovered by Janes- boro on the Blytheville 29. Presley's pass was. intercepted by Haines ville, with 13. North Little Rock and Hope scored six each and Fcrdyce booted the extra point after their touchdown. Ihus Good Backfield The Hurricane bonsts a well rounded quartet- of backs who can do almost everything with a football that a good ball currier is called on to do. Bud Daugherty. 140-pound \viH-b-the-wisp, is listed as the only triple threat but the others, Robert (Pete) Peterson a former Blytheville hoy; James McCall and Roy Duncan are experts in their particular duties NOW PAY NEXT FALL We arc again ready to sell you anything we have on these extraordinary fall terms. Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Ranges, Philco Radios, General Electric Refrigerators or Anything in our Large Stock. Half Down — Balance Next Fall October 1, 1941 This applies to biljs amounting to $40 or more Your Credit Is Good — No Red Tape HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Daugherty has been converted into | a nifty runner after being called I on. principally as a pass pitcher for j two years. Peterson does a lot of ' passing and ha,_s an unusually high completion average. Comparisons are available on two games and they indicate a close hard fought battle. Jonesboro dell feated Little Rock. 14-6 'in Jonesboro. while Blytheville twisted , the 11 Tiger tail, 21-0. in the capitol. The H Hurricane blew up a 34-0 score on Simpson hapless Hope during which Coach j Houchins Clarence Geis used every available Roush player. The Chicks rolled over the yard stripe where Hannah plunged over. Cobb pulled a sneak that was good for the extra point. Houchins took the kiclcofl' on his own 18 returning to the .35. A long pass by Dozier intended for Simpson was intercepted by Forrester on his own 45 from where he scampered behind perfect interference for their final touchdown. Simpson took the Jonesboro kick returning to his 45. Houchins picked up 17 in two attempts. Simpson passed to Taylor who lateraled to Beshears for 19 yards. Stone hit the center of the line, going 34 yards for the final Blytheville score. Their try for the extra point was no good. The lineups: Blythcville Dozier Rose Sisk Vest ..... Thompson Taylor Stone Pos. LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB LH RH FB Jonesboro Bond Clark Gambfll Amick Berger Hodges Cobb Hannah the goal line spoiled the fine effort. The fans hardly had taken time to button their overcoats around them before the fireworks started. A. J. Bernard, sterling end, gathered in Elmer Bryant's short opening kick and raced down the sidelines before being knocked out of bounds on the 24. A series of plays moved the oval down to the Seminole but the drive bogged down and the Indians took over. Paul Anable kicked out but the Tigers came back for more, again being- checked on the 15. On the first play Bill Driver fumbled and Orville Stone recovered for Parkin on the 25. They were powerless against the Osceola forwards and Bernard was forced to kick, the ball going- out on the 26. With petite Driver doing the bulk innieted - naught before hard charging lines.! After battling valiantly to pro-' tect their goal line in the initial quarter when the visitors stormed I TT* - Piay f, r was ac ^ ud B ed ^^ the Seminoles took command of! ° f f 11 ^ 1 ^- tne P^y brought back the situation just at the start of and a 15 ' vnrd n " nnlt " '""'"^ the second quarter and moved down for a touchdown. But the Tigers came back to knot the count shortly before the half ended. Osceola threatened seriously in the final quarter with an aerial attack but an intercepted pass on f . placing the ball on their own 29, instead of in scoring position. Failing to get' going after repeated attempts, Osceola began to gamble in the waning minutes, and it paid dividends. They forced Parkin to surrender the ball on downs on Osceoia's 25 yard line and the of the driving the homelings Forrester AMERICAN LEGION DUD CASON POST NO. 21 —PRESENTS— ACE LILLARD'S GREAT CIRCUS of DEATH 52 - EVENTS - 52 2 HOURS OF SPINE-TINGLING, HAIR-RAISING, BLOOD-CHILLING. 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The Chicks will end their pre- 1 game activities with the usual short ! workout under the lights tomorrow 1 night. j Jonesboro will not leave unti 1 late in the afternoon, arriving just a short time before the game is scheduled to get under way. Dr. Pepper, Martin's Whiskey Store Win } Dr. Pepper and Martin's Whiskey [ ; Stores won Tuesday night bowling! ' matches at the Plamore alleys. i Dr. Pepper defeated Tranthnm Coal Company in the first game and Martin's team beat 777 Market in the second. Damon led the Bottlers with 218. Taylor was high for the coal dealers with 204. H. Hall was high Cor Martin with 224. Tonight Old Trail Flour meets Sinclair Oilers and Coca Cola plays Pepsi Cola. Substitutes: Blytheville—Haines, Evrard, B. Wilson, R. WUson v -Beshears. Jonesboro—Price, Goforth, W. P. Davis. C. Davis, Bill "i£c- Crackey, D. McOrackey, Heern, Williams, Beerden. First Downs: Blytheville \ 10, Jonesboro 18. Penalties: Blytheville 31. Jonesboro 80. . Yards from Rushing: Blytheville 117, Jonesboro 297. worked out of the shadow of their goal posts but it too fizzled in midfield. Anable placed a beautiful kick out on the Parkin 17. The break they had been looking for came after an exchange of punts in the second quarter.-Halfback • .Cur- Hn Cole fumbled and an alert unidentified Seminole pounced upon it on Parkin's 10. Billy Bowen slipped off tackle for five and was held at center on a buck. Driver picked up four yards at left end, placing the ball on the one from where he crashed over for the score. Bowen's place kick was blocked. A fumble by Billy Edrington on. an attempted end-around gave Parkin its scoring opportunity which fun began. Anable clicked off 13 yards at two whacks at tackle Bowen spun through center for three more. Anable faded back on fourth down and shot a bullet pass to Bowen on the 40 who gained 13. Anable heaved another to young Ben Butler for a 31-yard gain. With but six seconds left to play Anable tried another pass but Allen Bickerstaff, Parkin center intercepted it, the game ending shortly. The lineups: Osceola Edrington LE Mitchell LT Little LG Bryant c Seaton RG Phillips RT Shannon RE Bowen QB Bufcler RH Driver ' LH Anable FB Rifle, Family Car, Have Same Numbers LEXINGTON, Mo. fUP)—Cadet Donald Durham at Wentwc. Military Academy here, thou there was something fami about his rifle serial number (3 645), but he didn't find out w| it was until his family visited recently. The number on the lict plates of the family car was ' 645. ' ' Would Redeem Old Bonds HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)—A of 3100 is waiting at the St Treasurer's office for anyone submits a bond certificate wl'l matured in 1885. The $100 has b) in the state treasury since iL waiting for someone to claim i] h* I GEQADICKEL'S ^ I PINT Substitutions: Osceola Parkin Bernard L. Stone Nix Bickerstaff Cheatham Stancil Prater O. Stone Sell Crook Smith Reid. 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