The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1940 · Page 5
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MONDAY/NOVEMBER 25, 19'10 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.). COURIER NEWS ITS FULL Have Formidable Foe In Forrest City, Unbeaten In Conference Team Standings Blytheville 8 1 Forrest City 3 0 Little Rock 5 Camden 3 Jonesboro 3 W. L. T. Pet. 2 1 El Dorado 4 Hot Springs 4 Clarksville 1 North Little Rock .. 4 Russellvillc 2 Pine Bluff 3 Fordyce 2 Fort Smith 1 Benton G Hope 0 .888 .875 .625 .600 .583 .571 .571 .500 .444 .400 .375 .333 .333 .000 .000 ville at Clarksville and Fordyce at Benton. Results of games last week: Blytheville 25, Benton 0. Forrest City 20, Helena 13. Little Rock 30, Camden 12. Jonesboro 7, Marked Tree 0. ' RussellvUlc 13, Huriisville 0. Fordyce 13, El Dorado 0. North Little Rock 14, Hope 0. Hot Springs 0, Malvern 0. Subiaco 13, Fort Smith 0. G. M. A. (.Atlanta) 7, Pine Bluff 0. Games this week: North Little Rock at Little Rock (Thanksgiving). Fort Smith at Hot Springs (Thanksgiving). Camden at El Dorado (Thanksgiving). Clarksville al RussellvUlc (Thanksgiving). Forrest City at Blytheville (Wednesday). Benton at Fordyce (Thanksgiving). Pine Bluff at Hope (Thanksgiving). Nick Drahos of Cornell Repeats At Tackle On All- America Team BV 1IARRV C. 11 A V SON N'EA Service Sports Editor Out of tremendous struggle By J. P. FRIEND One item of unfinished business remains on the 1940 grid calendar of the Blytheville Chicks, newly crowned conference champions. It is the annual setto with the Forrest City Thoroughbreds, usually held on Thanksgiving but moved up to Wednesday night, which will ring down the curtain on the current season. While the outcome will have no bearing on the championship, the Bildy Dynamiters have extra incentives to ride the Mustangs. A victory would partially wipe out the sting of the only blot on their otherwise perfect season, the 13-6 defeat at the hands of the Jonesboro Golden Hurricane, arch rivals, and enable them to finish the year iu a blaze of glory. The Mustangs and Golden Gang battled to a 2020 tie in their game two weeks before the Hurricane blew hot over Haley Field. Both Lost One Like the Chicks, the Thoroughbreds tasted the cup of defeat only once during the year. Coach Jack Dale's .surprisingly strong Paragould Bulldogs took Forrest City in stride during- the course of their 11-game winning streak by a score of 12-7. Both Blytheville and Forrest City had little trouble in disposing of foes last week. The Maroon Maulers clinched the title by- pslashing their way to a 25-0 victory over the Benton Panthers in the first meeting of the two schools. Forrest City scored in the first minute against Helena and went on to win. rather, easily, though not impressively, 20-13. . ..,,_.,.,,_, -Paragould vs. Jonesboro Other annual Turkey Day battles arc slated on other Big 15 fronts. Jonesboro Picks All-Opponent Conference Team For 1940 Season JONESBORO, Nov. 25.—Members of the Jonesboro High School Golden Hurricane today picked their All-opponent Conference team which includes the names of four Blytheville stars. El Dorado trailed with three nominees, while Forrest City garnered two and Li tile Rock and Hot Springs had one each. Only three of the stars were named unanimously—Monk Mosley and Bo Coppedge of Blytheville and Reese of El Dorado". Croslow of the Chicks <came very near getting every vote. The -hottest vote race came up at right guard where Atkinson of Little Rock edged out Woley of El Dorado, while Woody of Forrest City came in for a share of the votes. Dugan and Pipkin of Hot Springs drew a divided lot of votes, with Pipkin, the huge fullback, getting the most. The team agreed that he was the most damaging back they had faced. Hope was the only conference opponent shunned by the Geisers. Members of the team, although not voting for Sonny Lloyd "because he was hampered somewhat due to an injured leg in the Hurricane- Chick battle, agreed that he showed the best sportsmanship of any play- that was the 1940 football season emerges another All-America team for all the land to hail. Picked with the aid and advice of coaches, scouts, officials and football writers of the nation, the team is composed of men who fought to the last ditch in the line and of backs who didn't stop when their blockers were through. Seniors nil, the finesse that comes with the final year of college football failed to check their enthusiasm. Because of their brilliance, they were .marked men— prisoners of prestige:. Coaches sat up nights scheming how to stop or get away from them. They were double and triple- teamed, yet they continued to storm and .scale the heights until they reached the pinnacle. Grand competitors, rugged individualists who unhesitatingly wrapped themselves in the blanket of smooth team play are the young men "composing NEA's All-America team of 1940. The ends: Paul Sevcrin of North Carolina and Jay MacDowell of Washington. The tackles: Forrest Behm of Nebraska and Nick Drahos of Cornell. foot, 190-pound Bob SuCTi'ldge of Tennessee one of the All-America guards. The other guard Is Helgc Pu- [kema, of whom not enough has been said. The five-foot 11, 201- pound Finn was all over the place in Minnesota's savage battles with Ohio State, Northwestern and Michigan. Leon Gajocki—six feet one, 200 pounds—is the center. At the close of Penn State's season a year ago, an error in the program for tho Pittsburgh game which had Ga- jeeki listed as a senior, caused the Pittsburgh professional Steelers to select him in the annual draft of college stars. i The All-America team that satisfied everyone wns never named. It's hard to tell where an All- Leon Gajecki of Four Big Roughies On Mat Card Four of the mast nble heavyweight grapplers performing in this section are scheduled to take part in tonight's "lug wrestle" at the Amman Legion arcnn beginning at 8 o'clock. They are Joe Dillman, the Greek strong man. .Red iloberts, Little Rock rou&hle, Karl Von Zuppi and Irish Eddie Ma lone. As they square oil''for the feature ... - „ m . atch - Dillman will b t; teamed up America leaves on" and a second u ' ltil Roberts and this pair will choice begins, but just try to find °P1 3 °H> Von Xuppi and Malone, a coach who wouldn't like to start, wrestling, which has provort the 1941 season with NEA's 1940 Popular with local mat fans, en- All- America team. Here arc the second and .third., ' the cither of the opponents in ring to obtain help or relief All-America teams picked by Harry' 1 ' 1 ' 01 " nis l™i'l»cr at any time .sim- Grayson. NEA Service sports editor, with the aid and advice of the ply by tagging him. Mtury times, however, the performers forget to nation's conches, scouts, officials and wail lo bc tugged and the result i.s The guards: Bob SufTridge of Tennessee and Hclge Piikema of Minnesota. ( The center: Pcnn State. The bucks: Charley G'Rourkc of Boston College, Tom Harmon Michigan, Hugh Gallnrneau Stanford and John Kimbrough of Texas A. & M. The six-foot, 104-pound Harmon, the most publicized player of the year, has been compared favorably with Red Harold Grange. Jarrin' John Kimbrough, the I force of the Texas Aggies, hits so hard he injures teammates. Although he stands six feet two and weighs 222 pounds. Kimbrough beat a crack sprinter when both wore full football equipment. Gallarneau—.six feet. 190 pounds —was the fastest and cleverest back iu Stanford's Cinderella combina- football writers: Sct'otul Team Ends: Holt Rast, Alabama, and Gene Goodreault, Boston College. Tackles: Bob Reinhard, California, and Anthony RufTa, Duke. Guards: Ed Molinski. Tennessee, and August Lio, Georgetown. Center: Ray Apolskis, Marquette. Backs: Paul Christman. Missouri; George Franck, Minnesota; Jim Thomason. Texas A. <fc M.. and Don Scott< Ohio State. Third Team Ends: Erwin Elrocl, Mississippi State, and Jack Russell, Baylor. Tackles: Abe Shires. Tennessee, and Alf Bauriian. Northwestern. Guards: Tom Smith. Iowa State, and Marshall Robnett, Texas A. & M. k Center: Stewart Clarkson, Texas A. & I. Backs: Jim Lalannc, North Carolina; Merle Hapes, Mississippi; Dean McAdams, Washington, and Norm Standlee, Stanford. er they faced. The team chosen was as follows: : Gray (EP, Dorado). ........... . : .LE : Coppcdge (Blythevillc) LT | Skinny and loose-jointed Capt. Cr'oslcw (Blytheville) LG Wilson (Forrest City) C tion. SEVERIN AND MACDOWELL GREAT ENDS Skinny and loose-jointed ( Charley O'Rourkc climaxed an il- Though not a conference game the Atkinson (Little Hock) RG Jonesboro-Paragould clash holds chief interest in Northeast Arkansas. Boasting strongest teams in years, the anticipated scrap looks like a tossup to be decided by breaks. The Bulldogs handily chalked up victory No. 11, while the Gcisrhen were hard pressed to down a determined Marked Tree outfit, 7-0, last week. In the center of the state LittTc Rock 'and North Little Rock command the spotlight. Riding the crest of a six-game winning streak., climaxed by a crashing 30-12 blow to Camden that knocked the Panthers from the championship picture, the Tigers will be favored to win their eighth straight from the Wildcats. Last week the 'Cats beat Hope, 14-0. Southeast Arkansas' choicest dish is the long looked-for battle between El Dorado and Camden where fisticuffs arc considered a part of the yearly get-together, Neither proved a good mudder last week. El Dorado took it on the chin from Fordyce, 13-0, while Camden was being pushed around in the rain and slush by Little Rock The hapless Hope Bobcats get a final chance to redeem themselves and get some consolation for their worst season since joining the league against Pine Bluff, another disappointment in this season of upsets. Hope was beaten for the tenth time by North Little Rock, and Pine Bluff lost to Georgia Military Academy. 7-0. in tin inirr- 'sectional game JTridny night. Other games of particular importance to various settings list Fort Smith at Hot Springs: Russcn- Boozer (El Dorado) RT Ross (Blytheville) RE Mosley (Blytheville) QB Reese fEl Dorado) HB Webb i Forrest City) HB Pipkin (Hot Springs) PB Honorable Mention: Woley, El Dorado, guard; Woody. Forrest City, guard; Parnell, El Dorado, tackle; Dugan. Hot Springs, back; Turk, Forrest City, back; Lloyd, Blytheville. back. Shawnee Indians Play Crawfordsville Wednesday Shawncc Indians of Joiner go to Crawforrisville Wednesday afternoon for a game 'to decide the championship of the Northeast Arkansas Six-Man Football League. Shawnee. with one loss, can tie Crawfordsville for the district championship if they should defeat the present, undefeated Crawfordsville team. lustrious varsity career at Boston College in its titanic match with Georgetown, when he had a hand, in 18 of the 10 points scored by the Eagles. O'Rourke. who weighs no more than 158 pounds, strikingly illustrates that a boy does not necessarily have to be of generous physical dimensions to play football well among giants. Paul Scvcrin—six feet. 187 pounds —did in superlative fashion for North Carolina everything a splendid end is supposed to do. Ace Points; Teammate Second In Counting 18 points against Ben- Ion last wek. Captain Norman i Monk > Mosley of the Chicks ran his season total to 95 and widened the gap bet-wen him and his running mate, May field < Sonny)' Llpyci'Ij)f. the Arkansas High School Conference's high scorer. , • Sonny booted a placement after the linal Blytheville touchdown and has 53 in second place, a lead of nine over Wayne, Marshall, Little Rock's ace ball carrier. '• who has: 42. El Dorado's Kenny Recce fail-, ed to score against Fordyce but.', on to fourth place with 34. Forrest City's crushing fullback, Webb, is nflb with.30. thai all four go into action nt once in .spite of the efforts of the referee. Individual matches of one fall each are also scheduled between MnloiiR and Dillmnn and Roberts and Von Zuppi. Crawfordsvillc lias Impressive Gridiron Record Crawfordsvillc's crack six-man football team, winner of 18 straight games and leading team at present in its conference of six-man teams, will held a brilliant combination when it opposes Alihcimer, the best of the .six-man teams in the southern and central part of the state, hen: Friday night. The game—the first six-man game ever to be played in Blytheville—is attracting plenty of interest throughout Mississippi county, one of tho "hot spots" of six-man football as well us the 11-man game. Altheimcr is conceded to be the be.st in its section of the: state, in fact six-man fans of a largo part of the .state have been "awarding" the mythical title to Altheimcr without even a -glance toward northeast Arkansas. Crawfordsville is eager to show the boys from down Pine Bluff way that Althcimer,.can be beaten and is well equipped to turn the trick. Crawfordsville is at the top of the head in this section, probably matched in brilliance only by Ace PuckeU/.s Shawnee Indians. The game will be played for the benefit of the Community Chcsl under the sponsorship of the Blj'- (hevUle Kiwanis Club. Roy Nelson is chairman of the committee in 'charge of arrangements. 1 , .. I PAGE FIVE1 Player Leading Scorers Mosley (Blytheville) .. Lloyd < Bl.vthevillc) ... Marshall (Little Rock) Reese (El Dorado) 7 Rugged, red-headed Jay Mac- Webb (Forrest City) Annorel plays at Koiser; Hul- bcrt-West Memphis at Lepanto; Turrell at Luxora; Tyronza at Marion: Trurnann at Dyess. These will be the final games played within the league which is concluding its second year of organization. Read Courier News wani ads. Dowell stands six feet two, comes [in at 197, and used his weight and " height to full advantage at end for Washington. . Towering six feet four and scaling 200 pounds, and with aggressiveness to matcli his bulk, Forrest Behm at- tackle wa.s a bulwark in a powerful Nebraska line. Nick Drahos, the second repeater on the NEA team—the other is Kimbrough—once more was consistently the outstanding man in the well-drilled Cornell line. Most of the long'runs made by Big Red backs were made through holes opened by this six-foot three-inch, 212-pound tackle. CENTER DRAFTED F.V PROS COMPLETES TEAM It's tough to leave his running mate, Ed Molinski. off the first team, but the ballots make six- COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES Call 16 DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORK R.K. and Ash Sis. Dugan (Hoot Springs) McCall i Jonesboro > ...... 5 GP. TP. 9 95 8 53 42 34 HO 27 24 Luxora Wins, Plays , Turrell On Wednesday LUXOR A. Ark.. Nov. 25.—Luxora won over Dycss at Dyess Friday in a six-man football game. 27 to 0. The game was played in rain. Luxora ends its season here Wednesday in a Homecoming game with TurreU. 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