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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — L — I _ r . .... . •*"* ****-•» *«»*** v* "***•; uuujxmn ii.cj viB ' n A nv »rt/» ^^^^^ " t '"'' iii •^•^•_... i i ,1 ... i .,_, ,, „ ,,,. ,i i , M i ••!-••>.._ - - - •........— IT Aiyfj FlvW* i i Osceola Smothers Trumann 58-0; Wilson Edges By West Memphis 13-6 C • I IA I f f • * — • ..'" • . ' ' Seminoles Make Homecoming A Major Event at Expense of Hapless Wildcat Aggregation OSCEOLA, Oct. 29.—Tlie Osceola High School. Seminotes celebrated their annual homecoming In a big way here last night by running rough shod over a hapless Tiumann Wildcat outfit 58-0. Tlie Seminoles, led by their quarterback and ace passer Tommy Spiers and the sterling defensive play of Ihelr scrappy forwards, matte a complete rout of the thing as they scored in every quarter but the first. * In pre-game ceremonies Captain Raymond Meadows of the Seminoles crowned Miss Kate Thompson as homecoming queen before a large partisan crowd that had gathered tor the lestlvittes. The crowning (Upk place at midfield and the r^een and her maids were then escorted lo her throne where she rel«ned over the game. After a scoreless first quarter I which featured mostly strong line' play, Ihe Seminoles shifted lo high gear and in Ihe second period tallied a modest 32 iiolnts. Spiers himself accounting for three. Spiers got things going by heaving a neat 4fAyardcr to end Warren; downs In the second""qTiarier lo spoil Weinberg who took the aerial atinixora's homecoming 13-0 at the the eight on Ihe dead run and panthers' field here yesterday af- wcut into the end zone untouched.' ternoon. Less than three minutes had. The two (cams played on about elapsed before the Seminoles had CV en terms the rest of the way and two more six pointers. After kick- U'xora came to life In tile last half ing off lo Ihe Wildcats Spiers cnnic drove into Shawnee territory twice In from his defensive halfback post,] but couldn't quite make the grade leaped high at the Trumann 30 and j Afler a scoreless first period play- pulled down a Wildcat aerial. He c( j entirely in Luxora territory tile headed immediately for coffin cor- Indians finally got their scoring ncr and was hit as he crossed the punch lo working in the third goal line. period. Tlie Wildcats tried the air again.I Taking over on a punt at the gambling in their own territory, Luxora 40 tlic Indians used shots after the third kickoff and Spiers a t ( ne | inc with halfback Sonny pulled a repeat performance for the Housaman doing most of the work fans grabbing one of quarterback on msWe plavs and m elg|u , Baker's tosses at the Wildcat 40 movcd (o the Ll ,,, ora 10 nt the c | o ;, 0 and again raced over the rru- - maim goal line untouched. Shawnee Indians Nip Luxora 13-0 Homecoming Spoiled For Panthers by 2nd Quarter Uprising I>> O. O. Driver Courier VMS Correspondent LUXORA. Oct. 20 The Shawuee Indians crammed across livo touch- goal Spiers Strikes Again Again the Seminoles kicked off and again the Wildcats found the Osceola forwards hard to move and kicked out of bounds at the Trumann 45. Spiers, on the first play, ran wide to his right, found .halfback Harvey Lee Hill streaking tffciwn the sideline and hit him at <Se 10 wllh a bullet-like pass. Hill was knocked out of bounds as soon as he t'jcked In Ihe ball and It was a first down for the Seminoles. One scrimmage play netted Osceola five yards and fullback Shaneyfelt on the second crack at the line bulled his way Into the end /one. Spiers passed to Hill for Ihe extra point. Wilh the score reading 25-0 the befuddled Wildcats again tried to move. Taking the kickofl on the five they managed lo get lo Ihe 35 where a tumble which was recovered by Oseeola drowned their hopes. The firecl-up Seminoles again were touchdown bound. Shaneyfelt found a big hole at tackle, and went to the 20. Hill raced around end to score but E 15 yard * holding penalty nullified the play. Spiers, back to pass again, couldn't find a receiver to his liking, elecled to run and was stopped at the nine. Then he hit end Terry In the end zone for the Semlnoles Mxth marker. I,aTvnNm place kicked the extra point and the halt ended with the score reading Osceola 32, Trumann 0. The Wildcats revived briefly at the opening of the third period but again hit bad luck and a back fumbled on. the Osceola 47. The .^tllnoles tried the ground, found cl^e going rather easy and, in seven plays, Spiers, Hill, and Shaneyfelt moved to the Trumann three where Stllwell plunged over for Ihe sixth louchdown. Lannum Blocks Punt of the first period. From there halfback Eddie Adams circled inside his own left end and hit pay dirt. The pass for extra point fell shorl I'.inlhers Tumble A Luxora fumble set up the Indians' other score. Taking the after-touchdown kickoff at the 20 the Panthers sent their nee.-halfback Robert Gray, off tackle twice to no avail and on third down a Luxora back rumbled and Shawnee recovered. Three plays later quarterback Melvin (Greasy) Haskett sneaked over from Ihe one yarc line. Johnny Harrison cut over tackle for the extra point and that was all of the scoring. The remainder of the game was silent between the two 20 yard lines except on two occasions. Both team? got inside the 20 once each In th' third quarter but were held. It was Lu.vora's final game of lh season and they tailed to garner a single win on their six-gam schedule. In . pre-game ceremonies Alic_ Crimes was crowned homecoming queen by Panther Captain Rober Gray. Starting lineuns: rtlni •nee Shaw Welch Chllders . Lauderdale Bell Sulcer Robertson , J. Adams .. Haskett ... E. Adams . Hoifsaman L. Speck ros. . L E. . L.T. . L G. .. C. . R G. . R T. . R E. . Q B. H B H.B. F.B. Luxora ... Conne Whit — Loonc ... Tuckc '.. . Robert .. Hollinge .. Lunsfori .. W. Tal Gra; Rllthcrfon B. Tal Subslitulions: Shawnee—P. Chil ders. J. Harrison, S. Harrisoi Richards and Biggins. Luxora — McAdoo, Smith. Norman, Richc Cunningham, Barnes, Bennett, I Tate. Officials: Ebb Pickins, ret eree; Dorse Keller, linesman; Rul _ ., . ...i.*., »^uiou r^cjicr. nncsman; Kutj A blocked punt by Lannum at thcj Doycc, umpire; George Clark, fie] opening of the fourth quarter set up another Osceola louchdown. Lannnrn broke through lo bat the punt down at the Wildcat 33 and on the very first play Stilwell rl- cled left end to go all the way. The kick for extra point was wide. That was all for Truman. The rest was a walk away as Osceola substitutes poured in and out of Ihe game. The Semtno\es tallied twice more In the fourth quarter one on another pass Interception by Spiers who raced 23 yards this time to pay dirt, and the other on a beautiful 40-yard punt return ny Hill. t jceola's victory left them un- alcd In Dislrict Three Class B .play and lied wilh Wilson as the top contenders for the dislricl crown However, Ihe win was costly. J. E. Jacks, the Seminoles' slart- Ing right guard, broke four bones in his left hand and probably will be out of Ihe lineup for sometime. Starling linci Tniin.inn Cude .... Tucker .. Hundley . O'Neal ... Terry Bldridge .. Richards . Baker Maglothin Mead .... Swink t'os. Osccola L E Watson L T Lannum L G Stevens C Wripht Q Jacks R T Meadows R E Perry Q B Spiers H B Hii: H B Stllwei: F B .. Shaneyfelt Substitutions: Trl'mann — Sanders. Bramlclt. Matthews, Gardner, Scurlock. Osceola—Alexander. Travis. Dunn, Wilson, Weinberg, Lowe, Fleming Cox. ^IJoslon Jommons In Boston K Ihe oldest public park in the US judge. First Luxora 5. Downs—Shnwnoe Porkers, Aggies Do Battle today At Fayetteville DALLAS, Oct. 29—W>—Th Southwest Conference football rai may be cut to a thrcc-leam affa t od ay. "At least three of the sevc schools will he on the sideline and chances are good that ther ill be four. . Ccrlain diminution will come Dallas when Southern Melhodl plays Texas. The loser or this 01 will be out. Each already has lo. one conference game. Arkansas r.nd Texas A and M who clash at Fayetteville toda both .lave been kicke. out of th race. They have two losses eacl Baylor, the last vmdcfeated. unit ed team In the Conference, nice Texas Christian at Waco. Th Bears can carry in a tie wilh Rlc for first place be bcal TCU. But loss, while It would not elimlna Baylor, would keep Texas Christ ia In the running. TCU '-as lost on conference game. Rice Is certain lo stay at II lop since the Owls play a noi ' nfcrcnce opponent, Texas Tec 'oday. Crowds totaling 135,000 arc e: pectcd to push their way in four parxs. Texas, Baylor Is the slimmest— a 3',i-polnt- choice. Baylor Is gi en 7ti. Arkansas 18 and Rice : It's Homecoming Day at Wac Dallas and Fayettevtlle. -Master Plumber- JORDAN PLUMBING COMPANY, Inc. All Work Giiiirnnlecd I'or 12 Months I 53J Nmfli lOlh 1'lionc G001 ^Courier News Photo Srii:us SCOIlliS Ton Si;.Mi\oi.i:S—"TosshV Tommy" spier.s, Osceola's pass-chunking Boiihoinore rter prove last nlghl that lie is also a defensive tack when lie intercepted three 'lluraan passes and them all back for touchdowns. Tommy is shown here breaking away nt the 15-yard line on his second s mierccplion of the Semonoles 1 Homecoming game at Osceola. oilier players In tlie picture nre Swink No 741 of Truman, Raymond Mcadoas (No. 53) ol Osceola and Richards (No. GO) ol Truman. Osceola 53-0. Football Scores Nashville 13, Blylhcville 6 Osceola 58, Truman 0 Wilson 13. west Memphis 0 Suullieasl Missouri Hayti 25. DeNler 0 Poplar Bluff 21. caruthersville 7 Kennett 27, Jackson 7 Slkeston 55, East prairies 0 Chaffce 38, Risco 0 Maiden 13, fllmo-Fornfelt 0 Sikeston B 20, Porlageville 7 Stale Pine Bluff 26, North Liltle Rock Stuttgart 20. Helena 13 Piggolt 12. Marked Tree 0 Hope 33. Hot Springs 12 Lake Village 14, Hamburg 7 Forrest City 33, Memphis East Ugh 14 Magnolia 7, DcQueen 6 Con way 33. Atkins 14 Van Burcn 13. Jflln Mo. 13 flic) Mllskogee. okla. 35. Port Smith 6 Springfield. Mo. 19, Payettcville Siloam Springs 14, Almt 6 Rogers 2G. Spring/ale 25 Newport 26, Catholic High B Monticello 19, Eudora 0 Subiaco 34. Joncsboro 14 DeWitt o. Wynne o (tic) Searcy 20. Walnut nidge 6 Smackover 21, Camdcn 12 England 7. Morrilton 6 Malvern C, Pordyce 0 Benton 28, Russcllville 10 Stamps 25, Murfreesboro 0 Sheridan 26, Bauxite 9 Carlisle 40, Gillett 0 Welch Brothers Booked on Mat Program Monday The age-old Welch-Canny fned, one of the oldest In modem day wrestling, will flare anew Monday light in the lag match main event of the American Legion's wres- :ling bouts at Memorial Auditorium. ..'lie fuss will be rc-kindlcj in a special grudge lag bout pitting Canny and Ray Clements againsl Ihe eldest of the four wrestling Welches. Roy and Joe. The bout will be over the best two of three falls route. Monday night's grudge booking was arranged last week on a challenge hurled by Roy Welch who claimed dissatisfaction with the way a bout Involving he. Canny. Clements and Jack Pappenhehn, turned out two weeks ago and asked that he be given another bout with Ihe two tjitghies Welch and Pappenhcim won their bout, but both had to be helped from the ring. Pappcuheim was put out of action for three weeks and Welch received a good roughing up. In announcing next week's booking Promoter Mike Meroney who also does most of the officiating of matches, stated that a special referee would be hired for the bout. He also said that beginning Monday nighl. all matches would start 8 o'clock instead o 8:15. In addition to the tag match main event two one rail prcllmln: y bonts arc also on the card In the first Roy Welch will meet Clements and in the second Canny will take on Joe Welch. Caruthersville Loses to Mules Poplar Bluff Gridmcn Win 21 to 7 in Homecoming Gome By .lanirs Kerry Courier News Correspondent POPLAR BLUFF, Oct. 29 — The Poplar Bluff High School Mules celebrated homecoming here last uiliht by lacing (he Tigers of Caruthersville High School 21-7 in a ie E'glit Conference Contest. Tlie Mules turned tnc trick by scoring touchdowns the first, second and third quarter with right end Scchrcst kicking all three cx- tta points. The Tigers scorer! their lone touchdown in the fourth quarter. : Poplar Bluff got scoring underway.,.in a hurry taking the opening kick on the 33 and marching immediately to the Tiger end /one. Wright climaxed the drive ny crashing over tackle from the Canithcrsville 13. Tiie Mules scored again in the second on another sustained drive Starting at their own 44 on a Tiger punt the Mules marched to two straight first downs to the Caruthersville 30 from where Wright passed to Kns.s on the IB. Seven plays later Wells bucked over from three yards out. . Tigers Score In Final I'rriod 111 the fourth quarter Poplai Bluff added their final touchdowi and the Tigers got their lone tally Poplar Bluffs came on anothe drive that started at midfield. Thi Mules reeled off three first down: to the Caruthersville 5 from when Weight scored standing np. Carulhcrsville's touchdown wa, set np by a dropped ball on an nt tempt punt on the Mules 17. Tnk ing over there, the Tigers sen Waldron scampering inside end nl the way to pay dirt. The extn point kick was perfect; The Mules completely dominatec play racking up 17 first downs I Cnrulhersville's (hrcc, gaining 25 yards on the ground to the .Tiger 42 and completing two out of sevei passes for 22 more yards. The Tiger completed four out of eight aerial Proctor Jones ... Plunk .. Mehrle Watkins D. King Bos tic .. Cantrcll Hedge .. Morgan Wnldron U.S. Court Upholds Beer Permit Revocation LITTLE ROCK. Oct 29. (AP) — Federal Judge Harry J. Lcnilcy ruled yesterday (here was no racial discrimination in denial of a beer permit to Mrs. Marv Ellen Case of Pine Bluff. Mrs. Case sought to lorcc Revenue for 43 yards. Starting lineups: Carulhcrsvilfc 1'os. Sports Roundup bj Hugh Fullcrlon Jr. NEW YORK, Oct. 20. (AP)—After cading the reports of recent wcek- :ids. the question today .seems to e not who will win the football amcs. but who will be recipient of he loudest blast. . . . Season's rcc- rd so far belongs lo the North Car- linlans who cut loasc after last vcek's L.S.U. game. . . . Reports ay the well-watered field wasn't lie only cause of dispute. There was Iso a matter of LS.V. insisting on i brown ball for a night game and lien appeared In burnt gold jcr- cys. . . . While it has nolhlng to [to with the case, all this recalls a lory told by Dick Carrington, Plcd- nonl League president and former ootball official. . . . Carrlngton'.s rark was severely criticized by .. oach and they agreed Dick would- i'l work any more games involving hat schonl. ... A couple ol years aler when Carrington saw lli.s assignment list included three games at the school, he phoned the coach ind apologized for the mistake . . . "That's no mistake," was the •eply. 'Tvc tried all the other officials. They're no better than you are." Hayli Indians Defeat Dexter Homecoming Queen Is Crowned During Half-Time Ceremonies HAYTt, Mo., Oct. 28 — Hayll's rampaging Indians all but clinched the Southeast. Missouri Little Eight Conference tide last night by overpowering the Dexter High Eleven In their annual homecoming game '"re. Ovirinx halttlnie ceremonies ol le important game Mtss Patij hillip.s was crowned homecoming icen by Captain Dawson of (he idlans. The crowning came as n rprise to everyone, even Mis* hlilips, as the identity of the trson chosen B.I queen was kept secret until halftline of the game The Indians scored once each h le two quarters and twice li ic third nnd added one extra point y complete Ihe rout. The victot> dvfinccd the m(o the lop of the eap in Ihe Little Eight, running id virtually assurrcd them of tin inference crown. However. Ilayt till lias two conference foes In ci by but both nre weak runners i the standings. Halfback Bracken gave the In- 1 lans their start by plunging over -•om six yards out in the. first uarlcr for the opening score. The )Iunge climaxed a 74-yard sus- alned drive that started all the \vay ack on the Hay 11 24 In the curly >arl of the quarter. Tile try for cx- ra point was no good. Indians Intercept I'ass In the second quarter Masterson. layti's right guard, broke up n 3extcr passing attack with an in- erccptlon at the Haytl 45 to set ip the Indians second score. Brackin and Nolgrass. In two plays, car-led to the Dexter 21 and Bracken r aced over tackle to the end zone. Again the extra point try failed. In the third quarter Hayll took lie klckoff opening the second half on the 25 and marched to louch- lown No. 3. Bracken set up the score by racing 5 yards to the. Dox- cr three and Bush plowed over Tom there. Tlie Indians final touchdown ;ame only a few minutes later and vas set up by end Hugh Dorrls vho raced 30 yards on an end iround play to the Dexter ID from vhere Bracket! scored on a double reverse. Bracken's pass to Dorri-s . r as good tor the 25th point. Starling lineup!! CHICKS It's All in the Spelling When a correspondent from Finland turned up at the Garden tlie other night to see Hclslnkl-bon Pcntti Lund of the Rangers receive the Caldcr Trophy as last year' most valuable hockey rookie, on writer remarked: "It's the first tinu mn-.l of tlie guys around here knew a Finn wasn't always 55." Burt Shotton is due lo . L.E . L T . I, O. . . C . n o. . R T. R E. . Q B . H B. . H B . F B Poplar Bluff Morse .. McGonigle Guard .. Van Dover ....... White Bennett Scchrest Tibbs Ross Wright Wells Brooklyn next week, presumably to receive the official word that he'l mahage the Dodgers in 1950.. . . And Branch Rickey insists It was : "concidence" that when he vlsitei Vero Beach recently, Shotton turn cd up (here to osodrne fishing. . . Fred Perry, the tennis pro, will tr; big-time tournament goll for th first time In the North and South Open' at Pinehurst next week. . . Fred .says he never was bothered bj tennis crowds, but he can tightci up like a duffer and blow a two foot putt. . . . Former light heavy weight champ Billy Conn, who no\ calls himself an oil man, reccntl. underwent an operation to have th dents taken out of his nose. . Although Boston College's lootbal season has been disappointing, th Boston garden still Is counting 01 Comm.'sitiner Dean Morley to reinstate the permit, charging It was denied because she served both Negro and white patrons. Judge Lemlcy said Morley had issued other permits In the same locality to places serving both races Morley testified that Mrs. Case's husband has been convicted of a felon yancl that they permitted their 12-year-old son to serve beer. B.C. to make it.s ba-sketball prograr draw this winter. The squad eludes Timmy O'Connell, brother (i Dermic. the former Holy Cross sta now v.ith the Celtics. Weak End Notes Henry O. Dulfleld. 90-ycar-nl treasurer emeritus of Princeton Uni versity, climbed a fence to sec tl: Dr.tter Hulchcraft Jones Roberts ,... sVoods '... Reak Olcnn Fowler ... Hillls Ulscills .. Lemons .. Pipping .. Pos. L E. . L T. . L.G. .. O . '. . R a. . R.T. . R E. . Q B. . II B. . H B. . v a While ... wlckhnin Cunningham ...,. Dawson .., Masterson . Pendcrgrast Dorrls Olilsm Bracken Bush .... Notgrass Zebras Defeat Wildcats 26-7 In Big Six Tilt .Ry The .^soeinlrrf Trrss Once beaten pine Bluff's Zebras still are In the thick of the battle for the championship of the Big Six division, the state's top schoolboy football classification. The Zebras rolled over the hapless North Little Rock wildcats 26-7 on the later's home ground in the only Big Six family rued Friday night. By dumping the northsidcrs. pine Bluff earned chance to share Hie 1040 litlc wllh defending champion Little Rock. But the Zebrar will have to defeat Lltlle Rock to do It. Little Rock defeated El Dorado 13-7 Thursday night to thrust a- slde a serious threat for the 1010 title. Stuttgart look the lead In the baltle for sixth District Class A honors by downing Helena 20 to 13. Stuttgart will play Forrest City for the title next week. PiBBott downed Marked Tree 1 Continued from Page 1 proved himself a great fullback ts He rammed into the line which was as agres.slvc and fiery as any the Chicks have faced. He Icumed with Lutes to push the ball up loward the mldlleld mark but a dropped pass, one of many for Blythevllle and Ihc Scrapper line brought the drive lo a hall. The quarter ended wilh another dropped pass by Clilck receiver with. Blythcville possession on the Nashville 48. Moyd Slops Drive 'I'he Scrappers appeared to be on another drive following Lutes' kick out nf bounds on Ihe Nashville 20, but Lloyd put a stop to the threat when lie came ripping through tho Scrapper wall and nailed McCullough for a ten-yard low. Tolled made it up wilh a ten yarder around cud. However, the Chicks' lone tally came- after Lutes ran a scrapper punt buck 14 ymus to the Blylhcville 43. Roberl Ueld loled three times and netted 24 yards. A Mel Hay loss was no good and Lutes Ihen came bark nuo the game <lo set sail on his 30-yard scoring scraui^ per, Nashville had lime lull tor Iwo plays nflcr thud touchdown. John Paul Ilulcherson, big sophomore end of Ihe Chicks, was taken Irom the field as Ihc game ended. Hulchcrson npparenlly suffered a back Injury. The contest did not In (lie slightest resemble the fracas with Calholic High of Memphis lasl week In (hat the Chicks played straight hard lootfoull wllh no lla- grant violations of the conventional rules of football. They received only Iwo penalllcs one fur 15 yards on a personal foul and Ihe other a mere five. Some Blythcvtlle fans will lei you lhal some Nashville funs nre poor winners. Laic In Ihe content a Nashville booster launched verbal frontal assault on a pitiful feu Hlythevlllians silting In front of the press box. Critic Is Ignored Ignored by the Mississippi Cotin- llans and dissuaded by more even- tempered fellow townsmen, the man was subsided only to gather reinforcements for another atlaek as Ihc game ended. Cooler heads prevailed and a nasly affair fortunately was avoided amid the apologies if those Nashville clti/cns who were laltsflcd with the 13-0 victory Mone. ..Starting Lineups Starling Lineups ilythevllle I'os. Nashville Gurlcy L R Walson ,loyd L T Weslfall 'hilllps L O Culeman Droke C. Cnltalian larncr R G Webb Boyd .... R 'I' Reeves Hull IX 15 Slags Donner Q B. . McGutlough Miles H.B young I ."in H.B. ... McAllister Reid P B .... Clooilrum Substitute*: Elythcvllle — Wtin- derllch, Ilulcherson, Anderson, Mac Hay, Mel Hay, Berry, Daniels, Crlncr. Nashville—Tollctt, McCon- ncll, Harding. Scoring touchdowns: Blythcville — Lutes. Nashville— Watson, McCullough. Extra points: Nashville, Callnhnn {placement). Statistic* Blytheville:—first downs 8, yards rushing IDS, passes attempted El, passes completed 1, yards gained passing 3, passes Inlercepled by 0, fumbles 2, recovered by 0, punt average 28.7, klckoffs 'i. avg kickoffs 47.5. penalties on 20. Nashville: first downs 10, yards rushing 131, passes atlemplcd 3, passes completed 2, yards passing 20, passes Intercepted by I. fumbles 1. recovered by 1, piinl average 23 8. klckoffs 3. avg klckoffs 30, pcnalllcs on 0. Individual rushing: ^Jlylheville: Lulcs In 10 nllempts gained 91 for avg 01; Reid in 12 attempts carried 'for 72 yards avg 5; Lum, fi attempts lor 22. avg 3fi; Hulcherson, carried I time tor 12; Donuer one llrne for 1. Nashville: McCullough carried 5 limes fnr -7. avg -1,4; Ooodrum carried 13 limes for 59 for 1,5 avg; McAllister carried 13 limes fnr 47 for 3.4 nvg; Tollctt carried 7 times for 32 for 4.5 average. Bulldogs Remain Unbeafen,Untied Touchdowns in 2nd And 4th Periods Give Canines Win No. 6 Bjr Jim Deer Courier Ne»» Correspondent WEST MEMPHIS, Oct. 2» _ Wilson High School's Bulldogs kept' heir perfect recbrd jnblemljhed it friendship field here last ntght by imiexlng their sixth consecuttv. 'Iclory, a 13-6 decision over th« West Memphis Blue DevlU. For the Bulldogs It was their irst acid lest of the season ind they parsed it to remain the only mdcfeatcd team In District Three And by virtue of the v'ctory th. rnilldOKs retained their first place le wit), the Osceola Seminoles In the District Three class B race. the Bulldogs scored their touchdowns In the second and fourth quarters but counted only one extr» point for [.heir margin. West Memphis scored Its lone tally late in Ihe fourth period after the Bulldogs had finished for the night. ^ The Bulldogs got Ihclr first scoring drive underway ' In Ihe Ut« minutes of Ihe opening quarter. 1 hey moved along the ground from their own territory to Ihe v«st Memphis four from where halfback Lugcne Nixon plunged over on tht opening play of the second quarter, quarterback Howard Woodyard accounted for the extra point Third Period Scnrtles. The third quarter went scorflm ami 11,0 Bulldogs tallied »g,|n In the fourth on another sustnlned drive that was climaxed by ou»rt- erbnck Woodyard sneaking over from Inside the one. The U» for extra point failed. The Blue Devils garnered their only touchdown In the late minutes of the game on i sustained drive will, halfback Preiton C.rp- enlcr plowing over from four ytrdi 'I'he game could have bean » wide "pen affair If ellher team', liisr nllack had been clicking Wilson tried 13 passr but completed only two and West Memphis tried son. .Oklahoma's Bud Wllkln lia.s seen so many defensive .second Prlnecton-Rulgcrs game 8~ w., years ago and has missed only two-son .,.,., .,,..,;„ ..,„ ,„*„, (1 ,; lc , ls ,», Princeton home games since then.; setups this rail that he now moans. . . . Michigan's rootballers have , "Some day an oponcnt Is going U averged 72.5 plays per game In Big j use an orthodox' defense againsl "< Ten Conference conle.sU Ibis sea- and pin our cars down. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA You Can Tell Hie Difference in Good Shoe Repair H-flLTCRS ajatY SHoe SHOL tf^\V. M » t N ST. WRESTLING I-OWJiST ADMISSION I'lJICK ANYWHKREI Reserved Seals on Sale af [tic Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Every Monday Monday, October 31 ADUI.TS 5flc — CHILDREN New Slarling Time S:I5 J10X SEATS wllh six completed. Starling lineups: Wllsnr McDanlel .. Douglas .... Forrester ... Clnrretl Keel i... Williams ... O • ooilyard II Wnottyard Nixon . Webb ....'.' Cash L.E. C. . R.E. West Mrmphta Muncy, H.B. '.. H B. P. B. us: -.Wilson Aniunrison. .... Cigl« .... Smith .. Howard •... Allen ..... Gor« . Johnson McKnlght Carpenter . Williams .. . Deinulh .— Boyles, lo 0 to setlle the District Three Class A race. Ctnss \A Hope put on a heavy scoring spree to upset Hot Springs of Ihe Big Six 33 In 12. The game was played at Hope Tech, Henderson Lay Perfect AIC Records on Line By The A«» M |«lfd rrtn t n l °, l ' Bl1 Arkllns »> Int.rcoll.f- le Conference contender! win b< ing their til,, hop \, ^j" line this weekend. Undefeated Henderson Coll«« which has. bowled over five MO HoTl ""flu thl, «»,on, will b. host to College of the Ozirk, to- nay. A victory by Oz.irks' .Moun- h H ,"" u could " loi1 We»d«rjon'. bd for the 1310 championship but this seems unlikely. The other headliner will pit rte™" "« Arkansas Tceh. which al*> worts an unblemlahed record In ''!•; J™, 1 "* ATC Play, asalnst Oua- e i la, always, a scrapper when th« chips are down. The game will be played In Little Rock •! war Memorial Stadium tonight. The Little Rock Junior College Trojnm tipped the weekend's grid schedule by wrecking Arkansas Coll^e of Batesville 70 -> jj in Lillle Rock yesterday. Supplying most of'tne steam tor Coach Jimmy Karam's steamroller was halfback Harold Waggoner who In rolled up a -total of 151 yards and two scores In flv« runs with the ball. Other AIC (tames: Arkansas State Teachers at Arkansas A. ,v M. and Hendrix at Southwestern (Memphis.) Joe BXTKA (Tax Included) GRUDGE FIGHT RAY CLEMENTS and BILL CANNY versus ROY WELCH and JOE WELCH Also Two 1-Foll 30-Minute Matches Roy Welch vs. Clements Joe Welch vs. Bill Canny DANCE Saturday, Oct. 29 LEGION HUT Ted Fisher and His Orchestra DANCING 9 'TIL? Community Chest Benefit Dance Couples $1.00 Stag 75c Sponsored by Carpenters Local Union No SSI

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