The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1937 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX ULYTIIEVII. Hero's Thai Uriglu Bo Brief Practice To Precede Papoose-Pony Football Game BV J. V. FRIEND The Hope Bobcats nre expected • to arrive by special bus this after-' noon and will work out under thc I lights at Haley Field tonight, ac- ! cording to tin announcement by i f Coach Joe Dildy. The visitors, who i [ are slated to challenge the tight of \ the Chicks to wear the Arkansas j football-crown In that, all itnpor-' lant conference battle tomorrow | niglit, vim take the field at 1 o'clock i and will drill until the start of the j Papoose-Forrest City Junior game, < The public -Is 'cordially. Invited. ; On the eve of the Chick-Bobcat ; clash interest is gaining- momentum ! by leaps and bounds. Tickets have been_ mailed to surrounding towns ! and report's fire that nil will lie well! represented. Since the Golden Hnr-1 rlcane Is at Little Rock waging war j with the Ti»crs, several Joncsboroj fans are planning to drive over. j .• .-Chief attraction centers around i .the highly touted Vnsco Bright, I brilliant Bobcat quarterback. Brlahl received a turned ankle early in the Camden game last week and wn.s unable to return. He. however, is expected to be okay by t>func (line. • Praise for Rri;ht j Those who. have wen Ihe 155j pound, swivel hipped yomiastcr' have proclaimed him oiie of the i best ever turned out in Mute prep i school history, scrvim; his roniih ' . Bright hns ix-eii tlie spear- , head of the Bobcat, attack. He hfis scored more than half his loam's; touchdowns, 'many of them result- ! ing from long, scliitlllnlln? rims j Mitchell Best. James Pu:kett. nnd ] Joe Craig place • him, right lilons • with Hcrschol Mosley, and' that Is' .some classification, j Smarting froin a 28-0 defeat by ! Coach SaiU'Coleman's Camtleniles, '• the worst llckinj ever administered a Hartimoiis-coached Hope team. the Bobcats nre out for revenge and intend to open their M-j guns ! on the Chlckasaws. Unlil that loss ;they had not been reverse;! within the state. Byrd High Yellow Jackets of Shrcveport. Seven Hone Regulars Are Nursing Injuries HCPE, Ark. Nov. :i. — Die jknm w.is jis ilikk as a deep tu'i mound tin 1 Hope P.ohCiU'.s ramp ii:i tlisy prepared for ivlial f.ry bclirvf will be their hartli'^t i;:tim- ul the season Fjldny nishl at Blylhevllk- /gainst, (lit pcnverful filythe- lilk- ChkbiMiw.s, Seven nTulnn;. iiu-Uiding t!'.e brilliant Vasco lirij^liL, are nursing Injuries. Jewell, i-enter, may not i-Vi'ci urul:e Uie trip while Stcne, vdi'iun all-»tate tackle, h a doubtful pros[K'ct for the trip. Slav ne neligible, Rules 4 Zebras. K ineligible ivr |i;irtici|«tlon .in Arkansas high .school ntliletlcs because \\c js more limn 21 ycnrs of iige, the executive committee of the Arkansas Athletic association nilecl here- last night, A protest agnlnst th« playing of McGibbony was lodged by North Uttlc Rock^ Tlie Intlcr meets Pine Uluff at North Little Rock Friday night, Under association rides a tiinyer Is not eligible for competition after bis twenty first birthday. It was not Immediately determined whether the pliiylng of Mc- Olbbony In "Ufa; fifteen" games nl- rcacly played this senson ivoiild result In their forfeiture to oouosing teams. If so Pine HhiC would dive from the top to the bottom of (Us . conference leaving Litlile Rock and : Blyllvevllle righting It out for loop 1 honors. Forrest City \ Juniors Play PapooseClubj ! Seeking their third victory of the ; .scasaji, Conch James Ace I'uckoit's Papooses will meet the Forrest Citv j Juniors tonight at Haley Field.; | .stinting at K p.m. i fl will be tin- second local iip- pearnmv! for (he pups. They opsnecl, [ their season with a sparkling 33-0 j victory 'over Newport, led by Nor- . : man "Monk" Mislcy. who thrilled ' ' the fans with Joncj. broken field runs. Since then Ihey, have beaten \ : ralrvlew of Memphis. 27-20. thanks . nKain to Monk and Sonny Lloyd, i Thcv ran into a (arlav at Para- ; j;i)iilcl, losing lo l!><; Hn)lpiij}s, 2ii-0 ,- Hecanse of their 12-8 win over! the Bullpnps, the Colts will pni/v] (lie fray as favorites. Tliclr 22-0 • defeat bv JoiK'Sboi'O is not consld- ; m'd u black mark against them UK Ihe Whirlwinds face Slot Springs : this week, for th c Junior title. j Tiie Paijooscs tjresont an ailcreil lineup. Wftlter Cox. regular tackle and considered a vcrv good pros- j pcct for Ihe Chick eleven, turned up A. W. O. li. nn:l hasn't, been ' heard from since. If coach Pnckftt adheres to his training lincnp he ; will probably open with Jimmy Morgan and Burl Bryant, ends; j. • W. McNeil and Bo conpedge.. lack- . les; George Boyell nnd James Cobb. guards; Roland Roimsaville. center; Claude Stewart, quarterback; Mosley and Charles Caklwell, halves. : mid IJoyd. fullback. This will be next l-o the last game , ! of tile season for the Papooses. Jonesboro comes here Friday nisht. N'ov. 11, to ring clown tiie curtain. '• May Enlarge N. E. A. Loop By Winning Plays of 1937 PF.KFECT BLOCW& IS SW££P,;\~& Aiatiry CAL/PORMA -to KCSC BOW... LiDLDEH B£Xf?S SCOfSEO OfJ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MTfl 7/7/5 CUTBACK' Pi AY AND USED IT £Ff£CTi\'£Ly VASCO r.HIGHT "As Bright KOCS. so j;o the Bobcats." Is thc general observation 31'ovts writers nnd coaches who hhvc seen thn Mope acorriMillnn :rmmpions within their own boun- ;«cn to tiie jmwcrlul Camden club last week with Brl-ht kept on rinri.es, oulscorcd them. 25-14, in the 'sidelines U ' v lnJl W s „,„.,„„ thc SC ,. 011I , ,, il)f wll( . n c ^ Mm ]To Hold Malincc On Sunday- Fairgrounds NEWI'ORT. N'ov. 4.—With the mirct-fise of (lie a.sscls of Hit' New- i:ort liascball Association. Inc., by Minion Dickens at public auction today, Jne Bertig of Paragould, president or tlin Northeast Arkansas League, announced plans third game of the season. .': ; Bobcats' Record Tiieir record: Hope 40, Horatio 0 Hope 20, Ben ton 0 .Hope 14, : .H!yrB High 35 Hope 20,'smackover 0 Hope 37, DcQueen 0 ; Hope 38. Jonesboro 20 Hope'2S. Nashville 0 ' Hope 0. Camden 28 A malincc harness racing pi-o- l-'ram. with Iwo mule races as acld- • "• -" i ( 'd atl.1 ncttons. will be staged at The Bobcals lost their only state gnmc of the sea- i tile Mississippi county fiiii- grounds tlv: • llnck Sunday aflernoon. it vvas Injuries during tlie second half when Crtmden ran up a' ' 1 ""' )ljlll - ral 1<K| nS'. j.l^Lsive .score. Bright does cverylhin.- well as the triple thrc-.u >c J J, "'"„ .,dl „,,,", li, 0 ","" ^ |ol thcf Bobcats and the Blyllievlllc Chlckasaw.s must stop him tonus- the Crnwfoni Noble "11.10" O I row night, or lose their first irnine. except for a post season tilt In j 1J13G at Memphis, since 1933. | pound tackle, was selected ror'thcFcclvcd a boost yoslerdnv with the ' flll-SfttlP ^nn-iri ' Incf i-no.- •».. n._ . _ | nil-state srprad , | back-Held, Bright is the only sea. j soned campaigner. Fullback Joe Hope has a veteran line with the ! Bason, and Edward Aslln nnd Noblr exception of Robert Jewell at ecu- i Masters, halves, are playing their ter, who is seeing his first service i O''st year. Enson was a substitute on the team. It will average a little • cnc * 'n '30. better than 115. pounds Stone. 203 i The slock of thc chickusaws re- year, in I he I appearance of Lelloy Former Baseball Star HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured man. 8 He was the most famous : tall of 'his day. 13 Black. 14 To pickle. 16 Evils. 17 Finish. 18 Impelled. 19 Jewel. 20 Right. 21 Ugly monster. 23 Small nail. slave. 23 North east. « Du R ce. 2«Ta barter. *' Stop. 28 Behold. « Fence rail 29 Volcanic tufa. 51 Elms. Answer lo Previous Puzzle 31 To assist. 33 Electrified particle. 2A Kinsfolk. 35To thread. 37 Twenty, four hours. 33 Net work. 53 Dry. 55 He made a record hitting runs, 56 Relieves. 5? To bathe. 58 Those who read. •40 Musical note. 59 He competes 41 To accomplish, in goll 43 Domestic todav. VERTICAL 1 To exist. - To instiR^te. 3 Buddhist festival. 4 Settles an income 5 To nrro. 6 LRCoratcd. 7 An embrace, R Foot lever. 3 Frem.icd nervous malady. 10 To bark. 11 Enthusiasm. 12 Rcspiraloi-y sound. 15 To harden. •:oile as a professional lilaycr some years ;igo. 22 Piston p.icking?. 24 Hearty. -5 Sounder Of rr.jnd. 27 I'crtnining lo tides. 30 Kegs of fishes. 31 Conjunction. 32 Avid. 36Ch:inccd dircclion. 39 To come in. 40 C.ivity. •12 Instrument. •14 Ages. 45 To opine. •16 Powder ingredient. 47 Bees' liome. 48 Poems.. ^0 \Vinc vessel. ;)2 Ecectric.il unit 5-t Hurrah! 55 Hour. Brown. 2im pound fuflback slar. sntferlng from a sore throat Unit kept him In bed with hi};l] fever for three days, I)ro\vn did no more (him lake several laps around the field, hod a goad hot shower and went luime with instructions to take I care of himself. It Is likely that, he ' will be used in the game but ; whether he will start or how Ions ; he will play is problematical. ! Conches IJilily and nest drove Ihe I entire squad hard and long yestcr- | <lay. Emphasis was placed on of! fense, with the opposing team employing Ihe seven man fine dele-use as used by thc Bobcats. Carl Hushes and Willis ford dl, vlclcd the fullback duties, while i boiti lllldrcil Bunch nnd Leon Stnf- I ford look turns at right end, va- i catecl by the injury of Dan War: rlngloii. The Big chief lias neither ' said nor indicated who will be Ills first choices. Me n/rir 1U-||UU'S round MOSCOW lUpi—Bonos and also whole .skeletons of extrcnu-ly rare vcrtelirate sea reptiles o( the mc- .so^oie periotl I'avo liecn foun;l ii' the Volga region. i1038 season. Ypar i f "' '"""""'cement was made 1 CtX1 ; from Paragould. He said n league meeting would be called iinmcdi- i ately lo make plans for next year, i He said that Poplar Bluff, ken- ' nett and sike.stoji. Mo., liad shown interest in joining tlie league. Towns in t!:e circuit last year in addition lo Newport were Para- Jonesboro, Bl.vtheville. Car- Smith siablos and possilily other entries comijetlni; for the honors Several of tr-.c horses won in the recent fair meet, here, In which all pnrtlclpntecl. Prizes amountini! to $17.50 will 'K oirctcd In the nude races. The first. Ihrec In Ihe first" race will lie eliminated from the second race, each being over the half mil: route. Mule, races liavc provided considerable amusement here ' n the past.' ' A smnll admission charge will be made, tile proceeds goins; en- thely to the f.iir association it \vn s • stated. 1 Read Courier News Want Ad» s avc by hoes Repaired at mith Shoe Shop 115 -So, 2ml Harvey Stewart Dr. p. A. Robinson STKWART-KOHINSON Siipcrfcls City f)r»e > We Spccinllre In Modicinn! Wine & Liquors 2011 W. M.lill SI. Phone 20 .Phone "0 DRIVE TO MARTIN'S AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE GAS 9c Than Major Companies Hi-Tcsl Hoir. 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