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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 21, 1949
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PAGE NINE »,YTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURtER KEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER M, 19'4» Chicks Play Memphis Catholic Tonight-Paps Over Run Marked Tree 26-0 Junior Chicks Build Up Early Terriers Will Field Light but Fast Squad; Mosleymen Favored Blythovillc's c li a m pi o n phickasRws, back on the victory trial after conseculive losses to'Little Rock and Pino Bluff, will go after their sec£}ml straight victory and their third of the season tonight when they tangle with tlie Catholic High Terriers of Memphis at Haley Field. Kick- oft is set, for 8 o'clock. Rain-threatening skies today offered a problem to both teams and may prove an important factor in the tilt. Haley Field was in good condition this morning despite nearly a half-inch of rainfall yesterday hut more rain was predicted for this area today and, if it comes, it may keep both teams on the ground. For the second straight week, the Chicks will be favored over the opposition. Pre-game doucsters have picked the chicks to win by a three-touchdown margin but weather conditions may alter their spotting considerably by game time. The Terriers are one of the weaker teams In Memphis prep circles, having lost all four of the outings this season. Coach Latham Graham's squad has scored only M , points In their four games while the opposition, all Memphis teams, hnve piled up 1 > total ol 108 points. The Chicks, on the other hand, I have an even .500 average going Into this game with victories over Paragould and Jonesboro and losses ,4*0 Little nock and Pine Bluff. And, '•too, the dopesters are basing Iheir claims on the outcome of the Chick- Terrier contest last year which was won. by Blvtheville 36-25. To Run From T, Single Wing The Terriers will field a light but fast club that will operate from both the T-formallon and the single wing. They will pin the offensive hopes on the heels of a couple of backfield speedsters, halfbacks William Maley and Dan Bruch and on a forward wnll that is small but reportedly fast, ' The Chicks will hold a sizeable weight advantage in bolh the line and backfield which will be n big hill for the Terriers to climb. . In tthe line, the Chicks.will ^veigh In "at approximately; 35 J pounds more, '"than the Memphis forwards while the, backs will hold a 20-pound advantage. .-•' '.•••• According' to "the pre-game weight listings, Ihe heaviest man in Stie Terriers' starling lineup will be Ray Turvey 'who operates "at right tackle and weighs a lusty 180. From there the Canines range downward in weight to 135 pounds which is the weightl isted for Robert Hill, the left end starter. Probable Starting Lineups CATHOLIC HIGH No. 24 36 32 25 35 41 30 18 23 '33 34 I'layer Robert HU1 Joe Linder A. Acschliman Donald Stewart Pat Ryan Ray Turvey Bill Bagwell Gene Valley Dan Brucii William Maley • Chas. Edwards \Vl. 135 160 155 145 ICO 180 150 140 130 1C5 ICO 1'os. b.B. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. K.B. Q.B. H.1J. H.U. F.B. Average Weights Line— 155: Backiield— 149 Team— 153 Bl.YTIlEVILU! \\(. 180 )95 175 210 175 212 186 100 172 125 188 1' layer >"»• Max Gurlcy J. A: Lloyd Jerry Phillips Bill Wundciiich Jim Garner Bill Boyd Marvin Hall Buddy Doiiner Charles Lutes Roger Hun Robert Held 24 45 70 64 14 43 . 46 52 15 35 30 Average Weights Line— 190; Backflelrt— 169 Team— 182 Sports Roundup t'ullrrton Jr. NEW YORK. Oct. 21. IAP)—Joe pavlikowsM, who plays 'defensive" safely man on Hrtjhie Devorcs St. Bonaventure football team, ha-s returned four interceptions a total of 213 yards this season, . . . He ran one back 99 yards against Dayton and another an even 100 yards <ip,?.inst Canisius. . . . And Darrell Royal, Oklahoma quartor- bck, has intercepted 16 parses dur- der a cagey coach like Kit) Englc ing his college career. . . . No'won- .says he'd swa ptwo pass completions for one interception. . . . Most .surprising publicity item of the college, grid season is an open thank-you Michigan Stale, praising the won- note from William and Mary to tierfit! hospitality displayed by the Spartans everywhere hut on Navy's Rip Miller the he's looking for "triple threat" play- ers—ironi farms, mills or jniuefi. Sportspnurri Madison square Garden Is asking something like $15000 for^iockey television rights tills season and $100,000 for basketball. . . . And the TV folks are very reiu:tant to shell out unless th^y can find -sponsors to pick up the tabs. ... Promoters of the Richmond Tobacco Bowl festival want to get Wlllian and Mary and the U. of Virginia j ogether for their game next fall, j It probably woukl require an act of j tougress. - . . Lome Chabot. Jr., 20-yeiir-o3d rookie goalie of the r £ul- Hoctey Oilers, has Ms slants set on the Vciina Trophy, which his dad won twice. . . . When Kansas U. began baiketbaJI practice the others day, the only 1848-49 regular mi'si'ine' was Bill Sapp. Kc's now' coaching at TValsiead, Kas., high school. . . . Pcnn State's new football press box has been tabbed High School Football County Memphis Catholic at niythevillc Osceola at Hughes Imbwlen at Wilson Shawnec at. Marion Luxora at Dyess Harrislnns at Kciscr Southeast Missouri Caruthorsville at Charleston Hayti at Portageville Stall) El Dorado nt Pine Bluff Van Burcn at Fayettevllle 11AA1 North Little Rock at Hot Springs Little Rock at Male High (Loirs- ,-ille, Ky.) BeiHonville at Rogers Hope at Magnolia (7AA) Springdale at Booneville Snuckover at Texnrknns <7AA> Jonesbnro at Messick Siibiaco at Port Arthur, Tes- Alma nt Berryvilie Harrison at Stloam Springs CIA) Batcsville at Searcy (2A) •Brinkley at Newi>ort Walnut Ridge at Bald Knoh Becbe at Catholic High Marked Tree at Paragould 13A) Pi^E'oH at Kennct, Mo. Clarksville at Atkins Greenwood at Waldron <4A) MorriHon at Bcnton I5A) Forrest City at Parkin Helena at Wynne IfiA} Prescott at Arkadelphla (7A) Dierks at Nashville Warren at Montic_ello (8A) West Memphis at Karle <3B) Lepanto at Trumann <3B) HERE'S THE PITCH—Sammy Baugh gives inslni sons, Todd, left, eighl, and Davey, six. The youngsters saw then famous father in action f«r the fusi time, defeating the New York Bulldogs at Griffith Stadium with four touchdown pasess, 38-14. Lest (he Washington Redskins worry about future passers, there- are two more little BaufiUs back home at Swcetwnlf- ''*«v Classen Picks Army, Texas, Vandy to Win "Coo'aan's BllllI" sports publicitcr. Ity Harold Claassen NEW YORK, Oct. 21— (If! —Here are the results of another session behind the crystal football. They lollow by a week a list of forecasts that was .813 corrccU- 61 right guesses and 14 Incorrect. The season's average is 228 to 53 or ,811. Army over Columbia: It could be a massacre but probably won't. Kentucky over Southern Metli ndist: Perhaps Doak Walker's illness will inspire the other SMU players to do better but there U nothing like having a healthy All- Americnn player in your backfield Minnesota over Michigan: If Michigan gets its passing attack functioning, this could easily go thi other way. North Carolina over Louisiana State: The LSU backfield lineup hasn't " jelled. It' \viir" take team Their backfield. will weigh In at . — d(me b Demwev o , any 149 pounds as compared to the i .»_,.. . . „„-- n.,i 169. Maley is listen as the JJhlcks' — Heaviest Catholic hack at 165 pounds and fullback Charles Edwards Is listed only five pounds lighter. Gene Valley who will general Ihe team at quarterback, is listed at HO and Bruch weighs only 130 but Is reported to be fleet- looted scat back. Berry Won't Start The Chicks will be without one of their regulars tonight. Jim Berry, the 205-pound senior tackle Is still nursing a knee Injury and was not listed among the starters. Coach Russell Mosley has indicated that Berry will be dressed out but probably will not see any service unless In a case of emergency. Bill Boyd, a 212-poimder, will take the Injured Berry's place at right tackle In the starting lineup Boyd has seen service In every game this year and has'started in « 'l but two. Bonnie Gentry, the Chicks' pint- zed reserve halfback, will not be in uniform tonight. Gentry is nursing a rjadly sprained ankle and Is expected to be out of action for ar least another week. He received ll» injury In practice last week. The Chicks' climaxed their pre game drills for tonight's contes with n skull session In the Haley Field gym yesterday afternoon They have worked on their passin,, attack and defense most of th week, which could be an indicatioi that they will take to the against the Terriers. honor of the Jim adds: "The connotation I don't like; the notoriety helps." Jack Dempsey, now in the business of producing sports movies, hopes to do the story of Joe DiMaggio next. "It will he the biggest one. else'," says Jack: ... 'Hie Uni- ersity of Miami drew 76,492 cus- omers for Us first two home foot- all games this season. That's more nan any Miami team ever attracted i a full season up to 1938. Lehigh TJ. 1 students, rejoicing In the icknrune. "Engineers." once 'tried o construct a mechanical mas as a nascot. If they had .succeeded. Bill Lwkonby likely would have him laying tackle. Tht geographic United States Is i Kansas. center of th i North-centra Yesterday's Sports in Brief By The FHck to Oppose Control of Umps By Commissioner NEW YORK, Oct. 21. (A 1 !—President Ford Frick of the National League declared today he 'Would be "mwUtevataly oiiymiied" to placing. *,he umpiring staffs of the two major baseball leagues under tlie [uith- ority ot commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler, There have been seemingly inspired reports since IVie Wnrlil Series that the baseball commissioner means to introduce such a measure at llic '\vintcr meetings here in December. Under the purported plan, the arbiters of hoth leagues \vould be hired, fired and administered entirely from Chandler's office at Cincinnati. The boys in blue, one informed source suggested, might even be made interchangeable between the "leagues — working National and /•.merican League games Impartially. In other words, one big, happy pool of umpires. "Sure, I've read about it and I've r.eard it discussed," Frick said, "but that's all I know. Nothing lias been said to me by the commissioner, J j —nuiiuciauii j uun«,tv*»i«-v» "If and when it dees come up, my | 0(f n( , a , nst : Magnlli answer mil be the same, that 1 m |_ snturday in i he w. unalterably opposed lo the idea. work to subdue Charlie Justice and his mates. Pittsburgh over Indiana: Pitt has a'winning streak and the llooslers have lost all four this season. Neither string ' will be broken Saturday. California over Washington: The Huskies are Irying out an all- sophomore backfield In the middle of the season. That's too.late.- Texas lo Take Rice Texas nver Hire: The Texas Injury list is supposedly a mile long, but the Longliorns arc the pick in a squeaker. Cornell orer Princeton: Princeton's attack is basically sophomores. Oklahoma over 'Nebraska: Nebraska is rated on a par with Kansns nnd lust week the nil-winning Ok- [alionians trounced Kansas by three touchdowns, Southern California over Oregon: Out this could be the Trojans' second straight defeat. Alabama over Mississippi Stale: Alabama has the stronger offense. Baylor over Texas A a M: Baylor to continue among the nation's dwindling list ot unbeaten teams. Skipping over the others In a hurry: Vandy over Arkansas East: Dartmouth over Harvard, Pcnu over Navy. Villanovn over Dwiuesnc. South: Maryland over North Carolina - Slate, Kansas Stnte over Memphis Stale, Georgia Tech over Florida, Duke over Virginia' Tech, Tennessee over Tennessee Tech, Ttilnne over Auburn, William Missouri Teams n Action Tonight Caruthersville Ploys At Charleston; Hayti Goes to Portageville ISayti's Indians will be seeking another non-conference win and Caruthersi'ille's revamped Tigers 1 lo tight their way out of the Bis Eight cellar in games tonight. Carntlicrsvllle will travel to Charleston and Hayll plays a longh non-conference tilt at rortaRCvllle. Coach Emll Boepple this week nas gone all onl to put some scoring punch In his Tigers. Moil drastic lineup switch was the move which made a halfback out of regular center Mehrle. Boepulc said Mehrle showed he hart Ihe stuff In practice sessions this week. "He runs well, especially in R broken Held and he's a good parser," the Tiger mentor said. Laccy hns been moved to a starting alignment at left end an'rt liosltc, who has played gimrd nil year, will be Ihe starler at right end. Ciiilrsliin High in Rig Kirhl Roth arc Rood pass receivers nnd the entire Tiger oleturc Is shaping up as if Coach Boepple will have Ills charges doing plenty of passing provirted he gets a dry field. Goodln or Cltiyton will take over Ihe center -slot. Jai'cll hns been moved from end to n tackle. Charleston cumilly trails only Sikeslon In Big Eieht standings, The Charleston club has won two conference gnmes while being lied once. Sikeston hns won both Its con Terence tilts, while the Tigers have lost their two. • : Hayti Is all set lo throw one of the snappiest air attacks In this area nt Povlngevllle tonight. The Indins, In top physical con- rtllion. boast n starling "baoklleld comprised ol lour men who cmi connect wllh pa.sse.s nt any time. The Indians 'aerial show will be run by 112 pound John Chlstn nt quarterback. Chlsm's hilling record has been nenrly perfect. He's completed 21 of 23 passes. Kenny Brncken, Hayll's leading score, Bush nnd Nolgrass round out the baekfleld and they can all throw the ball in. addition to advancing H on toot. Lead f o Overwhelm Indians For Season's Second Victory Blytheville's improved Pnpooscs made it two victories in a row last night by completely overwhelming the Marked Tree Junior Indians 26-0 before a small, rain-scared crowd of approximately 250 at Haley Field.- _,.;,, Demonstrating a marked superiority in every 'department the Papooses rolled tip a three-touchdown margin in th» first hfilf and then settled back to concentrate on defensive play in the final two periods. The Paps completely outplayed and outclassed their weaker opponents to lake their second win of the season against two defeats. Halfback Johnny O'Brien led his* • leu in to the victory scoring two o( the four touchdowns, both on a double reverse of the old end- around piny. Fullback Donnle Gentry tallied once for the Papooses nldu-ay 'In the fourth period with O'Hilen again going over on n double reverse. Blytlievltle got pos- of the ball at mldfleld on * and cud George Sliclton added the other. But Ihc Paps' line piny was the We difference. The hard-chargljiji Dlyllieville forwards kept the Marked Tree T nnd Notre offenses almost completely hollled up allowing the Indians n net gnln of only 32 yards through rushing and only nne first dtrwn. And that u'iis gained through a 15-yard penalty. Gentry gol the baby Chicks going In tbe very first quarter by plunging over for the Initial touclidowj on an 11-yard off-tackle trek. The score was set up by three consecutive first downs by Gentry am halfback Ilennic Hays who sparkec a 69-ynrd sustained drive wltb tlirce nice broken-field Jaunts. Quarterback Ralph Snider sneaked ovc guard for the seventh point. The Paps made It 14-0 on Ihe very first play of the second quarter. Tile Juniors Look over near mtdtteld In the closing minutes ijf tlie first stanza by holding for four straight downs. O'Brien and Gentry combined talents to move to the 25 where Shcllon was dlspalch- ed wide on an cud around play lo to 2l! llic way only to have the run minified bv a double iTle Infraction. Score Nullified On the very next play Skcllon look the brill again on ail emt around but this time handed off to O'Brien who circled wide nrouni; the left side to go nil Ihe way. Hays hit center to give the Paps the 14lh point. Less than two minutes .Inter the Chicks scored their > third touch- , Mary over Wake Forest, VanderbUt over Arkansas. Midwest: Michigan State over Penu Stale, Missouri over Iowa State, , Illinois over Purdue, lowa over Northwestern, Ohio Slalc over Wisconsin, Kansas over Oklahoma A & M, Tulsa over Bradley. Southwest and Far West: UCLA over Washington Slate, Tcxa* Christian over Mississippi, Stanford over Oregon State, Colorado over Utah State. Little Rock JC to Play In Shrine Charity Tilt LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 21—Ol'J Tlie 10-10 Shrine charity football me here Nov. 12 will pit nndcfcat- d Litlle Hock Junior college R- linst Northeast eCneral College of lonroe, La. Selection of the teams was an- onnccd here last night by the hrlners of Arkansas and Louisiana re.vlou.sly the Unlvcrstlv o[ Ark- nsas 'B" souad was to play the ollislana State University "B' earn in the game. Associated Tress, Golf \ JOHANNESBURO. South Africa. —Bobby Locke, pro golfer who has spent much time in .the United States, underwent an emergency appendectomy. Doctors afterward called his condition satisfactory but said they operated just In time. Hiiselial] Calif. — Del Baker resigned as manager of the Sacremento Baseball club in the Pacific Coast League. Porker Frosh to Meet Oklahoma A&M Saturday FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Oct. 21. </?, _ Freshman football teams of Oklahoma A. & M. and the University of Arkansas will tangle here tomorrow, with each still seeking its ftrst 1019 victory. The baby Razorback were walloped. 34-0, by Little Rock Junior College in their first and only game Maple sugar and rubber arc both j so far. The Aggie frosh have los( Hogs Leave for Vandy Tilt WithoutFischel,Campbell FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. Oct. 21. liTi— Head Coach John Barnhill and his squad ot Arkansas Razovback left here by plane today for Nashville where they will play the Van- ervilt Commodores Saturday. Two first stringers failed to make he trip. End Prank Fishel, nursing rjurles from last week's" game, was ift behind as was Leon (Muscles) ampbcll, who suffered a knee In- ury against Texas. Stacy Looney, 185-poundcr of 'Inlta. Okla.. has been selected to eplace Campbell against Vandcr- ilt. The Razorbacks will return by ilane after the game. sap from lrce.s. twice. After the Lecture BALTIMORE —Wj— T»o dozen chool teachers heard a lecture on 'The Emotional Behavior ol Children' 1 and. aglow with new under- Henderson Meets Magnolia A&M in Top AIC Contest LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 21-(;T| —Henderson's undefeated Reddles A. and ,y in the weeks top tilt in Arkansas Intercollegiate football. Coach Elmer Smith of . A. and M. u-ili be facing a Henderson team which is sparked by. former Aggie gracts. The Reddles ace fullback James "Bulldozer" Ethrldge and kicker Jack Scott, after, graduation from the two-year school, moved up to Henderson to work for Duke > Wells. Arkansas Tech tangles with winless State Teachers in Conway. The tutors are observing homecoming. Llllle Rock Junior College, which last night- accepted the role of iiost team in the annual Shrine charity game Nov. 12 In Little Bock, moves to Monticcllo for a battle with Arkansas A. and M. Arkansas State Journeys to Cleveland. Miss., to play Delta State, which defeated Arkansas A. and M. In the season opener. State startled Arkansas dopesters with 13-0 thrashing ot Oouachila College two weeks ago, Ouachlta meets William Jewell of Missouri In Hot Springs and Hendrix goes lo Poplar Bluff for game with Missouri Baptist. California Teen-Ager In Hardscrabble Semis FORT SMITH, Ark., Oct. 21. A pretty teen-ager matched he golfing skill against veteran Mrs Mildred "Babe" Zaharias in today fcrnf-flnals of the Hardscrabblc Wb men's Open golf tournament, Pitted against Mrs. Kaharlas Grossingers, N. Y., was 15-year-ol Msriene Bauer of Los Angeles, bright star among the nation's ju vcnile golfers. The other 18-hole scinl-fina match over the rugged jliardscrab ble Country Club was between di fending champion Patty Berg i Minneapolis and Miss Marjoric Lind ay of Dccatur, III. landing, marched from Ihe lecture hall to their parked automobiles. They found there were two Hat .Ires on each of the teachers' cars Top speed ot the old covered wa gons which helped settle Amerk vas about 20 mile a day. M" represents one thousand Roman numerals. Noisy Afro/ones' Turn Out to fae Nest of Wasps NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J,, Oct 21—Wj— Armchair quarterbacks Us liiR to local broadcasts of Rut gers University footnal! games com ilalncd that airplanes buzlng Ihe stadium were making too much noise. The local station looked Into the mailer. They found a large and noisy nest of wasps In the stadium broadcasting booth. down, with Ihe end mound paying off this time. Two passes were used to set up the lovtchdown with Snider Ihrowing to end Charles Shepherd at the Blytheville 36 and he lateralicd olf lo Gentry coming round end and lie moved to the ndiarrs 1 30. Again the Paps elected o pass and Ihls time Gentry threw Snltlc&ln the flat and Snider went to Lhe 11 before being hauled lown. From llicre Skelton tried he end around again nnd It worked with Skcllon crossing from II yards out. Center Mqntroe Hollaiu Tied Ihe kick for extra point bu it was short. The third quarter went by scoreless as both . learns sparred defensively between the 30-yard stripes. This was Ihc only quarter In which tlie Indians showed anyr real signs plcled three of life and defensively' Ihey played , Tree tried four, much Improved game. The Paps had Ihe ball only one lime -during that quarter and were forced to punt after three straight gained only three yards. )unt, was penalized back to the and then starlet! O'Brien in motion handoff from end George Skelton. O'Brien look to the sidelines and raced the remaining 80 yards untouched. Holland's try for extra point was w'de. Kally llillei! The Indians tried to rally a scoring punch late In Ihc game agajh&fe the Pap reserves but played out at mldfleld and Blytheville got possession of the ball for the last time, Tlie Paps started rolling toward • fifth touchdown but lime ran out wllli the ball on the Indians eight, first and ten. Defensive play was the Pap* strongest point. Their forward* played a good, hard game and kept the Indians In full check at all v times. Marten Tret nenelraUsd jlythcvllle territory only twice during the night. The first was ft umble recovery early IP the gam« and the second was on a penalty which gave them their only first down. • ' . For the Indians, halfback Colllor and Tolhert were the big guru In what little offense they were able lo muster. They had a couple of defensive standouts In their- two tackles Lavell Terrell and Tommle Scolt and that was about all defensively. The Paps cut through big holes In the Redskins' line almost at will as the other Marked Tree linesmen proved no match for the opposition. Start'iiE llneuns: ; Marked Tree Pol. BIythe»lll« L. E. Skelton L,T. ....... Hodg« I, Q. ....... SwKt . C. ........ Holland R O.-.... : Childer* n T. ...... Oriner R E. Shepherd q B. ..-;..:',•;'. Hall H.U ..... O'Brien, H B. ..:..... Hays F B. ...... Gentry Substitutions —, Marked Tree ,— Cooper, Crowsen, Hufflestoh, Patrick, Plnkstoh, Ramsey, Reed, Passmorc. Blylheville — Snider. Prlvctt, McFarlnnd, Halstcad, Jones, O'Dcll, 'Garner, Birmingham. Smo- Ihcrmon, Miller, Ollbow, Mosley, Bralcher, • Cobb, Burnham, ' Richardson and 'Bruce Hay. Summary: First downs—Blylheville 11. Marked Tree 1. Yards gained.rushing: Bly- tlvevUle-— 245, Marked. Tree — 31. 'asses: ulythevillc tried six, corn- yards.. Marked completed none. I>avis Tcrvell Scarbrough Provost Jennings ,. ;cott Phillips"--/.. Capooth ... 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