The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1933 · Page 6
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BLYTTLEVrUF;, (ARK,) COURIER NfiWS 7, IMS Blytheville Swamps Piggott Under 44 to 0 Score s 1 mm PUSSES President Roosevelt fosses First Ball .Piggott. With Green Forward Wall. Is Easy For •Avenging Locals. On ihe wlnirs of a sensational aerial attack. aided and abeucil 'by some fancy running and kick- Ing and a stubborn defense, the Maroon and While machine of Blytheville high school rolled over Piggolt high school W to 0 -.a Ila- lev Field last night. Scoring ihelr first touchdown before the game was three mln- •wes old the Chlckiisaws look tlie offensive from the start and never allowed the visitors from Clay county to get started. Tlie Uly• luevUte eleven made thro* lonch- 6ovns in the first half and four In the final half. • PiggoU's most threatening gesture camp on a compltled pass that swept the ball from Plegott territory to Ihe Bly- thevil'e 22; yard line only for the nlay to be called back when both teams were offside. It was a bad break for the visitors and they never got as close to Ihe Blyihc- ville pal line again . The passing, kicking and run- nin? a! Moslev. Chick quarterback. was probably the outstanding fen- lure of the game unless the pass Snatching of Wilson, Chick end and acting captain, was more sense, lional. PiK»U Offense Stopped An analysis of the ipmc reveals that Blvlheville counted in first downs, five In the first half and five In the second, while PiuKOtl rfjlstered only one first down, which was counted In the first half. Severn! of Blythcvillc's touchdowns came on nins or passes well over the reoulrcd vantage for rrst downs but which were not scored as such. Two of Blythc- vtlle'5 first downs, were registered well Inside Piggott's five yard line which gave the locals excellent chances to score on which they cashed In. Ten w>sses were comolcted by the Chicks with Mosley on the heaving 'trid ol most of ihe tosses. two of the heaves, one from Masley. to Tipton and another from Brosdon to Mosley resultins directly In touchdowns. Ttpton's touchdown was the firs', of the kame; a 20 yard toss followed by a 25 vard tun that touched off the Chicks' iscorinsf spree, Only three Chick causes Jailed and none were intercepted. Oil the other hand the visitors tried 16 'passes and completed on)l-. T . three...- A half dozen Pipvott throws were Intercepted by Bly- iheirtUe and seven, were grounded. Kfcst';of the PigTOtt passes were from -back; to back and while the Piagojt receivers were In the open wvcrai times passes failed to reach ' HK control was shaky, but there was zip belinul Hie ball that President Roosevelt, shown here in action, hurled from Ills Hag-draped box to touch olt tlic lirsl Washington game of tin- world series between the Giants and Senators. "All right, here WT eo." lit shouted and whipped an almost wild pitch out on ill" Ik'kl. Myer Scores for Washington^ Papooses In 7-0 Loss To Whirlwinds Tin- school Jonesboro Whirlwinds junior high defeated the- Blythcville Junior high school Papooses in a hard fough game on 'BIG 1EI 1 FICES TOUCH FOES UIH 1 finis of Conference Take On Intersectional Foes !Still At It This S reason. . . ),.•'•-'• F«*d Green Line .Although the' aerial game fur- riisheri. the thrills . for the nlelit the: .Chicks lound the' going thru the Biggott line .to their liking. Rav Beck, Chick fullback, crashed through repeatedly for consistent gains and one of the prettiest runs of. the: night was a 30 yard cutback by Ixxke that resulted in a touchdown. " .. The Chicks, with more or less of 'an inexperienced line, fnced nn entirely green forward wall and made the most of it. A heavj tackle who dealt the locals so much misery last year, along with a crashine fullback, was mLssing _ from the Piggott. line-up this yeai along with his other mntes ol last year. The fullback was in the line-up 'again as were the other three out of 14 letterracn of las yew but he could not get going ' All four Piggott leltermen are backs. Motley got off one kick In a eluded Templeton, Piggott safety and died around the Piggott 2( yard line, that was good for abou 55 yards. Purtle, Chick center, playing roaming defensive position, the defensive star of the game making tackle after tackle. Un able to go through the Chick Un ihe' Pigsiott attack was centere mainly in passes and end nu bill the Chkk ends threw ball car riers several times for losses from eight to 12 yards. The line-up follows: Blytheville (M) Pos. WIlKMl Llndify Alley Purtle Lunslord Fendler Tipton Mosle? BUckwell Beck LK LT LO c RG RT BE QB HB KB PB HV NOB1.K E. Kl/.KK rnottiill Coach. IMiriliu- llni\rrslly IjAPAYETrK.Incl. —nif To-il U'.iins will slop out of the cou- fi-n-nce for no less than 14 1m- poilant games this fall that will provide a real basis for n comparison between JiiK Ten football and the gan:o as it is played in cth'T sections of Ihe country. Inu-rr-cciional, or non-confi-r- i-nci'. games against teams of recognized power have u henlthy effect on the p&iitlint!, lor they tend lo provide more balanced schedules, in addi'.in to promoiiiiK friendly relationships in athletics between various sections of the country. The practice of scheduling teams of recognized power for non-conference dates, instead of filling ii! the .schedule with "b rent hers.'' has been growing rapidly in the Big Ten, for it not only-sustains the interest of a squad through an entire season, but likewise holds the fans' attention. The 1933 season offers an un- iistiallv appealing non-con fere nee bill of fare to the gridiron connoisseur—a bill of fare that will force the nig Ten to show its bcsi hand if it can hooe to take the honors when the film) reckoning comes. Stanford from the Pacific Coast; .Carncuic Tech. Army. Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh, and Dartmouth from the east; Vanderbllt from i>>e Fonth: Nebraska from the Big Six. and Noire Dame from the a Joiicsboro gridiron yesterday by . Utg Ten's own territory, are among one touchdown. - ' j ihe leading teams that will tack- Tile Whirlwinds scored early in i !c Bli{ Ten foes this fall in out- the gam'! and made good tue try for extra point to win 7 to 0. Tlie Jonesboro aggregation, a rangy crew which outweighed the The Big Ten Is likely to have with Noire Dame. most trouble Irish will Invade confcr- Papoose.';. scored its touchdown as '' llcc precincts three times, against the result of a fumbled punt Purdue, Northwestern, and Indi- Flshcr. Blytheville back, dropptd aim. Coach Hunk Anderson has a tilt- pigskin which was recovered wealth of material, more than any UlyMieville's 20 yard line by of the conference teams, and the suirit of optimism is running high at South Bend. Alt three Notre Dame-Big Ten games \vill attract :ie Whirlwinds from where it wss carried over. Tlie Papooses threatened twice, AMD MOW THE GUESS! N6 BEGINS • IN By Luufer Luxora Wins Over Osceoia, Score 7-6 OSCKOLA. Ark., Oct. 7—Tne Luxora high school football Hum drfnili'd tile Ofcrolu -Indians 'I lu U tn a hard fought (•am? on tlu> local fit-Id Friday afternoon. H, «a.s in Un 1 nature of an * NEWCOACH? DONAHUE Ucitmy o;' the Yale is yetr «ili b:- held in the iir.ntb of mi alhlctlc-appraring young man vvilh curly, reddkli- j brown hail- and a ready grin . .Ri-yinakl i"Rc^ie" to youi Kou— Ihe boy who succeeded Dr. Xal Stevens as head coach 01 Hie nine last year....The new mentor is an alumnus of Vale. und played guard and tackle for ilis still,* mater in 1924 and '25 — although he didn't wow the populace with his deeds—He was probably belie:- known . for his ability with a li-.croi.se club than v:l;h a pigskin, .'..and was one ef the school's brilliant scholars, tiitorliig this idiot: and that in | c:\Jei- to earn part of his tuition ....Alter finishing college. Hoot j v us picket! by a group of Yale ! men to coach a football team at •Mexico University as a measure I of good will between the Wo | countries—For mo yenrs he lab- j cred and. In ere game against I Mississippi, his Mexican squad j completed 23 out of '28 attempted ; FHS-:C.S — Root was made fresli- . man coach at Yale in 1931. * ' by Howard Harpsier. former All- champion, will give Iowa a t'rcal Rcatl Courier News Want Ads. American, wiU be out to even batlle in their traditional game. ~^_ matters with Purdue for the 13-U defeat It sutfered on its home lot • ' for '» l "»- , if iParagoultf Bulldogs in ! _ . The Army, always p. colorful at'- u;. rt UM in n' 1 l*Aimmitirl I innn relation, will mrrt Coach Boh Win Over WllSOH, 30-0; UICyROlinfl L1R6S Rites and Time Schedules Zuppkc's Illinois crew in an intersectional battle in Cleveland, and PARAQOULD, Ark—The Para- of will superior material gould Bulldogs swept to a 30 to! T ,. f , have the edge. 0 victory over the Wilson high ! -inhconiineniiH moving within the Jonesboro 20 B [mt Interest, and—although pre:1 line on ono occasion only to : dictions are a dangerous thing— lost the ball on a fumble- and Andcison's eleven, OH the basis of again when Jonesboro held .for, material alone, if .nothing else, downs and stopped the inarch. should enjoy a slight edge. Tlic Jonc-sboro team gained con- j AUIOIIK the cnriv games, the . slderable more yardage than the' Siaiifoi'd-Xorihweslern batlle. the jPnixx>scs. tlic offense of Hlylhc-: Chicago-Washington U. tilt, and iville (ailing to click. -the Ohio Stetc-Vnnrtfibilt feud will | Burns, center played nn out-' provide some real fodder for grid ! standing defensive game at cen- i fans. rst, run .of the world series game tetwecn ihe Ginms and Senators lcr for the Pr.poose., and Saliba j - nick Hanley will have his hands as scored by. Buddy Myer. Senator second sacker. in the llrst inning. " ._.... by virtue probably Pittsburgh is sure to give Mlnne- school Bulldogs from Mississippi I sota all it can handle, while Ohio county yesterday. Slate, apparently on Ihe upgrade. The Bulldogs of Paragoulcl' should hold the upper hand over counted five touchdowns while the| Wilson canines could not reach: the locals' goal line. ' I The game w:is hard fought de-! and Inc. West- :asi» enough to with Hie nir-tlght flinging of Earl Whltehlll. yer is shown here ns he slid Into the plale, scoring on an infield oui nfter he had singled find advanced to third on Coslin's double. fl NSWERS LAWRENCE, Mass. tUPl —A regular game of "Beano." including (he ballylioo. was played in Superior Court here recently at a trial to determine whether it \jas a game cf skill Or chance. ! ROXY Last Time Today I AT. and NITK—lOc - 2n< 'Blind Adventure' was ihe big offensive gun. Snllbairull whipping" his stphomoies into sustained nn injured wrist that, shape lo cope with the finished may keep weeks. out a couple of j performance that Slnntord Is apt | to offer in their early season en' counter. lluey jumped In after the Turk. 1 Among, the eastern opponent.'! known as Hasim Mustafa, and Carnegie 'I'ech, Aimy. and Pitts- forced him 10 slip on a life belt, '.burgh appear the most dangerous ; to Big Ten prestige. Carnegie.| •spy 1"»A\ SAW>M JOi-moo pe*}[ ' coalhed for the first lime this year 'ennsylvania. Dartmouth will provide the Ma- oons with a nip-aixl-lack affair, ern Air, Postal Telegraph Fast Package Express StrvUe Call 600 while NebraEka, defending Big Six spite the rather one-sided score. 14^^ O SATURDAY MAT. and N1TE—10r - 25c JACK HOXIE in "GOI,I>" SERIAL - - CARTOON DANIELi C. ROPER la U. S. »ecr«>ry of commerce. VAN- j,.. n , , »-,^,,, ,„ .,COUVER Is British Columbia's ! MA1 - an(1 MTh—lOc - 2nc largest citr- Tbe leading producer of cor» .•» IOWA. Football Result s SERIAL - - CARTOON SutHtitutions: (Blytheville) Locke, Blactard, Hood, Fisher, Brofdon. Moore. Willlngham; (Plg- gott)—Myers, Jackson. Reeves. Ol- ncltls-—Meriwether (Hendrrx) refer«i' Whltworth, umpire; Friend, he*d . llnesmmn. Scoring, touchdowns — Tipton Beck, Morse, Mosley two, Locke Bnxtdon. Points after touchdown Purtle two. Arkansas School for Deaf 0.' Catholic High 0 (lie). North Little Rock G. Deebe 0. ' Arkansas Tech 26, Missouri Mln-! ers 0. i Jonesboro A. & M. 13, State. Teachers College C. i Ouachita 0. Montlcello A. & Nf.' (lie). Texarkana Junior 'college 13.. Lon Morris College 0. College of OzarV ; 13. Bncone 0., Heavener (Okli,.i 0. Van Buren i 0 (lie). Ptggott (0 Paragould 30. Wilson 0. Uayden Benton 6. Conway 0. H. Moore Judsonia 6, Lonoke 0. Bare Helena 6, S.uttgart 0. Gilbert Faycltcville 20, Alma 0. Johnso Eudora 25. Tlllar 0. B.. Johnson Clarksvillc 0. Atkln s 0 Itic). McLesky Glenwood 24, Murfreesboro 0. Templeton Sloan-Hendrlx 12, Harrison G Lingle El Dorado 0, Hayne-svlllc. I.a. Davis (tie). Meadows nogers 27. Commerce (Okla). Crossett 30, Louann 0. Marianna 20, Hoxie 0. Dermott 6, Montlcello 0. Batesvillc 6. Heber Springs Sunday MAT. & NITE—lOc Monday QSHKOSH, Wis, (UP)-A fas much played on a radio amplifying (Titem Is used to relieve con (tttteo at the fcl(h school here The mncte ts pltyetf between cl tlie ttudms along M44uCtt (tie). Boonevlllc 7, Mansfteld 0. Carlisle 25. Cabot 0. Hoi Springs 19. Jonesboro 6. Pine Bluff 26, Fort Smith 7. Hot Springs Junior High !B, North Little Rock Junior High D. Hope 31, Lewlsville 0. Prescott 28, Warren 7. It KO RADIO Denmark requires every ab'.c- bodicd man, even clergymen, to learn to be soldiers. EART VMi CINQIR KOGEKS MOMUNFKTOI ZASU PITTS TUUIK KcHDCH ftllti lokiit lattll Ih NOVKLTY REEL "Flirting in Comedy I'ark". Blond and R«d .Head Serie Courier He»-» Wonl Adu. ! SUNDAY-MONO AY MATINEE and NIGHT — 15c - -lOc Big Double Attraction ON THE STAGE IN PERSON MITZI SHELTON and Her ALL GIRL BAND REVUE 14 — People — 14 SINGING AND DANCING SPECIALTIES — On the Screen — RONALD COLEMAN and ELISSA LAND1 in "THE MASQUERADER" Comedy -- Paramount News "Safety First" -Says Sig Smith, stunt pilot and daredevil aerialist who will appear here tomorrow in Capt. Omilie's AIR CIRCUS thats why his plane is equipped with GOODRICH SILVERTOWN SAFETY TIRES Capt. Omilie of .Mid-South Airways invites you to visit the air circus in the field at the north end of Seconb street, across ,from the Blytheville gin. The show begins at 1 p.m. and will last all Sunday afternoon. Here is your chance to ride with the South's 1 most famous pilot. Get Goodrich Tires for Your Car at BILL WUNDERLICH'S MAIN SERVICE STATION Main and Fifth Phone 711

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