The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 5, 1937
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*'K1I)AY, NOVEMBER 5, 1937 JLYTIIEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS In Blytheville's Path Here Tonight • PAGE ; FIYIs, TAKE YOUR CHOICE A*_. ._ KICIICIS 1 IGSTK Injuries To Keep Bright From Starting; Warrington Definitely Out BY J. 1>. FRIKNU The state high school gridiron spotlight swings tonight to Haley Field where the undefeated, and untied Blylheville Chickasaws encounter th? vengeance seekini; Bobcats of Hope in the No. 1 game of tho week. Although beaton last week by Catndon. and earlier in tlic season by Ihe Louisiana champions, Hyrd high of slircveport. and their ranks riddled by injuries, the Bobcats are oiit for a comeback and should offer the Chicks rugged opposition In the first meeting of tlic two schools. in order to remain in the running of the Big 15 conference the Bobcats must win tonight. If they do they will automatically leap 'back into thi> middle of the championship fight. If not, they fall among Use "also ram". In the same manner n win tor the Maroon and White will keep them abreast with Little Rock and Pine Bluff, the only other teams with unblemished records. A loss would practically spell doom for theim. their onlv hope depending on a loss for both the otuer co-ieaders. Both teams will be minus at least ""• "i tneir stars when Referee Bill Brasher sounds his whistle for the opening kick<>ff at B p.m. Coach Foy Flammons said last night thnt Vasco Brighl, star quarterback. w;uld not be able to start the game. His ankle injured early in the game with the Panthers has not healed rapidly, in all probability he -will get into the fray before it is all over, Hammons said. Masters, regular^right halfback, will be shifted to the position and Hugh Recce, risht end. will call signals. Edward Aslin. halfback, suffered an ankle Injury and ma3' be replaced by Phillip Keith. Mack Turner will likely be in at right half in place of Masters. Robert Jewell'will b e replaced by J. w. Bsarden at center. The Bobcats cancelled a scheduled workout last night because they did not get, as full accommodations as expected at a hotel here. Dan Warrmglon. 'star end, who has been a defensive tower and one of the leadine scorers, is definitely out for the Chicks. Dan will not even bs permitted to don a uniform and in all probability will not he .nsed until the jonesboro game, if then. Hilcired Bunch, who started the season as regular center, but was ousted by Bill Godwin, will start at the terminal. LeRoy "Bronco" Brown, fullback, will get his fullback post, but likely will get help from Carl Hughes "and Willis Ford. He has been bothered with an infected throat and accompanying fever since the Greenwood affair. With these exceptions Coach Hainmous will start the same team that has annexed five victories. It will include Percy Ramsey and Recce, ends: Grariy Quimby anfl Freeman Stone, all state, tackles; Captain G. V. Keith and w. Parsons, guards; Beardcn. center; Aslin. Turner, Masters and Eason in the backficld. Coach Joe Dildy's crew will line up us follows; James Roberts nnd Hunch, ends; Lloyd Wise and Alvin .Justice, tackles; Calvin Moody and James Burton, guards; Godwin, center; Captin Alfred Meredith, quarterback; Russell Mosley and Homer Bcshnrse, half backs; Brown, fullback. Officials will be: Brasher (Ona- chitu College), rcfcrco; Garland Beavers i University of Arkansas), jimpirc; nil! MciTiwcathcv lllen- drixi. head linesman; Hcrschel Bobo (Miss. A. & M.I, field judjc LOOKS FAMILIAI1 How Hobcais-aiicl Chicks Will Line-up \vt. 180 185 170 ICO no '205 165 15 1 ) 100 H5 180 Hop: Ramsey Quimby Keith <e) Bearden Parsons Elonc Kccce Musters 'iiirncr Ea.son No. 43 44 2T 3D 42 45 35 l-i 21 24 11 Po L'. \,. L. C If. R. R. Q L. R. No, C6 09 G2 70 (il «0 «8 63 04 05 11 Blylherille Unnc'.i Justice Moody Godwin Burton Wise Roberts Meredith Muslc.v Brown tc) \Vl. 18? 195 ir.5 201 195 MO ra 175 155 n;r> 195 The Dope Bucket Ity J. 1'. Friend Hk'niorjcs \vcrc stirred v.-hcn a yir. Gcorse Herman KuHi, a of leisure, stepped up (a baT- citiring ?• chitrily sut 1 . hall £jmc ;il "'e McsdowbrooU Club. Wi-slbury, L. I.. ;md 'moped a (ly to lhc outlield. Mr. Uutb »:>cd to pluy baiclwll. . • 'bitty I'ulletl liim Bale. • . Speed . . . power (no shortage there) Coach Foy Hammons has seen many prep school teams come and go but he brightens every lime the remarkable rine Bluff team ot '25 is mentioned . . . Yep, you guessed It . . . It is the greatest high school aggregation lie ever coached or saw hi action . . . They had everything . . Brains — --„ Deception . . In short, it was a real football team . . . They played SIXTEEN games lhat year ... won every last one of them . . . Barred nobody . . . Listed among their victims were: Atlanta, Ga.. Cracker state champs . . . The Mississippi champions . . . The West Tennessee title holders . . Port Worth-. . . Dayton, Ohio . . By beating the OH-10 lads they received national recognition . . Their claim was not disputed There was not a single yelp from any team 'em much. cau't blame Heading lh c list of stars was redoubtable Billy Hicks ... He later . . . Make no mistake about the Little Rock Tigers, he said . . . They have a good club and plenty of reserves. Now is the time for nil "ambitious alleged columnists to go into tlisir week-end act . . . peel the urge to take another crack at this foolbnll winner 1 nicking bimuss . . . Oobs cf fun . . . Mainly because we don't play for keeps . . . rjul hero sjoes at random: Blytheville to beat Hope . . . Ijittle Rock to trample Jonesboro, but not badly . . , North Little Rock shouldn't have protested McGibbony's eligibility . . . They'll be sorry after the game with Pine Bluff . . . Camden's i«nvcr will engulf Hot Springs . . . Forrest City's trip to Oarksi'llle will profit (hem the short end of the horn . . . For- Aycf. and El Dorado, should be aboul even at the finish ... Arkansas over Rice (doubtful) . . . Alabama to Army Baylor ever Texas . . . L. S. U. over Miss. 3tatc . . . Tennessee over A "bi'rn .. . Ole Miss to take George Washington . . . VMI lo whip Maryland . . . southwestern lo beat Howard fcr the first time . . . Texas * *. M. due for a comeback over ;MU . . . Pitt and Notre Dame to be close but Pitt for me . . . Georgia «.,... U...J jn^no . . . fit; mu;i over Florida . . . chaltfinooga over went to Alabama and captained the (.Birmingham Southern . . Virginia Elephants one year . . . Hammons over Washington & Lee ... Teun.-'e ride the Green Wave . . Mule too tough for Harvard rates him the greatest offensive back lie ever coached . . . Charles Ruckcr and Tut McCance, tackles, went to Tulane after their playiii* days . . . Ruckcr became the first Southern California rated sophomore to lie elected captain in the history of the Green Wave . . . None other since, either . . . Rut Vininjf, guard, starred at T. C. U. but as an end . . . Gillie Barnett went lo Washington and Lcc rle was a back . .. McGibbony, ccn- er, gets Hammons' vote as the peer defensive player of his time . . . Eaid he was one of the smartest he ever 'saw . . . Knew where every )lay was going and was seldom fooled . . . When he (Hammons) went to Ounchit.-i McGibbony went with him . . . And it was a break "or the school and mentor . . . His brother was disqualified this wsek for exceeding the age limit . . . 3bby Alexander, quarterback, was a °reat quarterback and went to w. & L. Pressed about this boy Vasco Bright who has been helping him make history tor Hope. Hammons said that he classed him one of the best all round players h e ever had .. While not very large (he weighs but 155). Bright is a first class performer and does everything well . . His only disappointment is that he is afraid h e won't be able to do nuch tonight . . . Against camden he \vas tripped and the muscles across the (op of his foot, were nulled ... He expects to send him in for part of the game ... In Stone. 205 pound tackle, Hammons says he has a great linesman . . . Is plenty powerful and knows what il is all aboul ... He has been chosen on the Arkansas Gazette all- state squad for two years . . . White on the chinning bee subject shifted to the present pine Bluff team . . . Tlic secret of their success is their liming ... It is uncanny . . . Doesn't seem reasonable for kids as young as they arc to clhk with the precision they do ... Camden has (tic power . . . Three of their backs scale better than 180 pounds over Michigan Slate . . . Ohio Stale over Indians (despite Bo McMillan) . . . Colgate-Holy Cross, a toss up but the latter a slight favorite . . . — over '"inford but a tie may result . . . Washington state should have no trobule over Oregon. - Personal to Joe Applebaum, Osccola. Thanks for your letter. Have been wrong so often have become resigned. Appreciate the information. Mosley slipped off tackle for s Claude Stewart, rmarterback iiicaked for 5. Chnrles Caldwell Mcsley's Pass Average Is Best At Alabama UNIVERSITY, Ala.. Nov. 3.—By kicking iwo out of three extra points. Joe Kilgrow brought his total to 11 c»t of 10 trys. These with the touchdown he scored brings his record lo 41 points for (he year, thus leading the Alabama scorers. The standing lor the* other point makers is: Holm 2-1, Slemons 18, Beard 18, Moslcy IB, Hiigtes IS. Zivich 12. Shoemaker 12, Waites 12. Bradford 7. A. Davis 6. Blackwell 6, Roberts 6, and Sanford 4. This group of scorers will try to improve (heir records against Tulane in New Orleans Saturday. Kilgrow is shining in the passing game. Sleepy Jos has attempted 29 tosses and completed 12 for a total gain of 227 yards. With a tetter average but attempting fewer passes is Herky Mosley. He has completed five out i>f nine for ,1 total gain of 32 yards. The other two passes attempted by the Tiders were thrown by Charley Boswell and Charley Helm. Boswclls w:v. incomplete. I)at Holm connected for a gain 19 yards. A molorist can operate and release a hydraulic bumper jack without even steoping. Tlic jack ha; a capacity of one and one-half tor CHIEF- i auujiws .&ET TO THE. FIRE-FinsTV . IMY cf\n roev'i;rj Fftius TO LEOO THE U'F\y-. ,; x eoyfjHT i.T.frjpro--' BROADWAY SALES Inc. Phone 111 FORD V- HEATERS THAT Pius Small Installation Charge Western fiuto Associate Store BlylUeville, Ark. fitfll CUT'S COLISJMfl/ l ! )f!ey and Lloyd Pace Local Juniors To Victory Thursday Night iiv ,1. r. ntiKNu Led by ihosa sensational toueli- down livitis. Norman "Monk" Mos,- lev nnd Sonny Lloyd, the !31ylhc-> vllle Parses defeated the For- re.'t Clly .Juniors, 13-7, Inst night; for their U'ird victory of the .sen- son. Haln fell InleimiUenlly during 'he piimn and eliminated prac- ttailly nil but n runnine |!»mc. Coach James Ace Pucketl took Hie wrap off his bnckllskl stars enrly. froriii!; in the first IWD per-' 1 iKk with n brilliant display of broken Held rnnnlnp. Trailing |3-o at the half, the Coils punched off their lone score via the power rout? nnd were on the ro:id for another tin were slopped by u | fumble, licfore they could rcgniu' possession of (hn ball the (jun •sounded ending (he content. Failure to punt on fourth down while in their territory gave the Papooses n break in lhc first cruar- tor <m:l paved the way for their flrsl marker. After .receiving the 'slckolf Ihe visitors tried the Mnc Qin- limes they were stopped on ] the forty yard stripe lacking a ] yard for the necessary distance,! Cn the second piny Mosley cut I olf lackle for 18 yards. An olfsida penalty save them five more and I Lloyd scampered off tackle for 17 uu! a touchdown. A plmiye fnlled tor the extra point i'ap.s Srorc Again An exchange of punts save the Paps the ball in midficld mid they went to the promise:! land agnln. Star Tackle Faces Chicks FIIKKMAN STONK' Cue of UK: bulwarks of the Hrue Bobcats' powerful forward wall Is FIT* man .Stone, nil-stale ! It-lit tackle, who will stun ugnlnsl tho Chlrkiimivs tonight despite a knee injury Hint will force htm to wear n protector. . ivas stopped around the end but niiKilire to tl-e C'olls nil evening. Form,! City jirc'iciucd two potential buttering rams in Turk uml Jolly. A Forrester, left end, uUo played (! /liie dime. The lineups: Imrcit Clly 7 1'os A. Forrester Aston A. Jnllcy \\ilun Eldridcc . Roland Turk Mosley went the siimc way for K Jack Smith, on an chci-aroimd, picked up 18. pacinc the tall on die 38. Caldwi'll was stopped at! i"'v, m .| b right end. Lloyd dropped back aiul ^'"i-" Mssed 25 yards to Mosley who was stopped on the 13. Lloyd darted tackle and WHS driven out of bounds on the 2 yard line Lloyd look it over on the LE LT LG C RG R'J' UK CjB Ml Ulylhcvlllc! la Smllli McNeil Uoyctj Moruali Cobb I pia.v. Moshy hit the middle for the extra puint. That was about "11 for the local Juniors for the :olts completely dominalcd from i then on. The Papooses held deep n their territory, after losing the Bryant, SUHvnrl Musley Cald'.vell Lloyd Substitutions: uorrcsl Clly)— Coffee, WhiUinelim. Vaughn. Free- i man, E. Forrester. (Blytheville) — " rsl Sallbn, Evriml. i-rc-msn \V, Jolly Ecorlnu Touchdowns: A, > Kor- 2. Extra points — Sparkplug of Cubs Tics Wiih Hits Paul Wand- In seven-enmo lend, owner I'lii] K, Wrlglcy lias threatened, n. drastic slinkciip. Hartnctt Is O no player wlio )ins no need to fc«r Uio trading block, lor unless ho is offered tv mimiiKorlnl post, ho \vtll be back |n mask unit pads for the cubs when tile 1938 season o|Khs. ! 'Hie 37-ycnr-old, 2!S-|ioun<i Irish- innn lias been with Mm cubs Binco 1922. Ho was out of Die lineup only once in all that lime. In 1029 ho wn.i )iinii|)ei'e<l by « lame nnn and used solely us a pinch-hitter, Ho came back next, year nnd has been .whipping strikes to second basu c«r since. Iliirdicll's bal Is (ho most potent on the cubs. He la n deadly Icfltlolil hitter i\nd Ls par- liciilarly effective In the clutch. Uiifortiinntcly he loses runny hits because of hla slowness. The shortstop nnd third tascimm can nlay him deep and lako lots ot timo In llii'owliig him out. Despite his honvy - footcdnoss, HnrlHctt enjoyed HID test baiting season of his career during 1031. He singed out 128 hits, including 13 homers, six triples nnd 21 doubles for 105 tola! buses. Ho gnrncreil the uvernuo of .:io4 to finish in » Ihlrd-place tic with Paul Wimcr of lh<! I'lttsburgh I'iratcs in tho Icngue taltlii); race. He )wil the longest uuUIng streak In the league. In 24 giimcs lie collected as lilts In BO nUemplj.- for n mark of /I07. Defensively, Hai'tneH's iinme Is also Bprlnklcd plentifully among Uie Icnunc records. lie Is credited fltli the Krauest iirrn in baseball He steadies pitchers mid the whole Infield from behind Uic plate. By (inlclilng; in mort! than 100 camef during 1937 ho brought hts record for catchiiij,' In 100 or more giimes a yenr. to 12, eight of which arc consecutive. He ts now tied with Ray Schnlk, formor Chicago Willie Sox cnlcheivwho held thu modern record, Schnlk. ulso holds the consecutive too ..or more «"»«» iicr yenr record for U straight. Hnrlnett Is tf.ia sold holder of the record of consecutive chances accepted witlioulMtn error. From Aug 10, loan, .to Juno 20, 1031, ho handled 452 chances wll'jiont n inlspliiy. An hUercstliiir, sidelight on llnrt- nclL's chiiractcr • was furnishc'.l by nil incident durh%- the closing dayi Of the 1S37 .wasoil. A grouii of tid- mlrcrs had planneni to honor him V'ltli a Hnrtnclt <l«y and 'present him with nn aiiloaiobllo. Hartnott refused, nmcrllnij that the Cub; wcro In the thick of lhc nonimn' light and ho didn't wmvt to bo "distracted trom the business at hand.." the off seajian, lie tnkc e&& r*& *ss^*\ MM. \v> , w .«««' rt t *WM . lr ,,,, Curing uie oir seaJion, lie tnkc- NEW YORK (Up)-wiiBii voles a hand In his Insiinjnce business, ae cast for the most valuable nlnys a .llltlc golf. doAi some bowl- pinypi- In llic National League this, ing and tnkcs an occaiiiot'.M hnnt- scason, chtoky Gabby 'Hnrlncll, in K trip' '1''- ''-" dvniunlc. i;bc;l-himiorc;l sparkplug , tall en Moslem's fumble, and sas Stall Blacknrd, Ijlneman. iMolc.iisl (; c i b Hie Fox kicked to the S-l. Then Torres^ Sty started their touchdown (in irive with Vmion Turk and Bill 1 , Jollcy alternating. At the 24, Free- j man dropped back and passed to I WEST CJIESIER, Pa. rui>i — Forrester for a touchdown. Jollcy I Mrs. Guy W. Knauer ot West, Ches- coiivcrlccl through the line. j tcr wasn't riding to hounds but she Hick Self; Cnll: liivk j K 01 - lllc '"* anyhow. When she wn.s A great 55 yard kick to the lour dr 'vl"g on rotlstown pike, a red ••--•• , ••• the Chicago Cubs, will be a pop -Rinrvln Graver, <Knn- u ' llr mnn. Teachers), referee; umpire; Burn:;, Head Since the Cubs cracked elm-ing of the Natlonnl l/niguc Iponnnnt dash, nftcr cnJoyln K a Moslcy just as the third <mar- ;er ended, probably saved the day for the I'apcoses. The Colts began pile driving off tackle and guaM until they reached the Blytheville JO. Turk fumbled and Burl Bryant recovered. The Papooses reeled ofT first down as the game ended. Mosley and Lloyd held the spot- lifiht with their fine running, but small Curl Bryant, left end, stole the show. He was all over the field milking tackles and was quite a fox, with hounds in pursuit, started across the road. The car struck the fox. so zifcs. Knauer has a new fur neckpiece. 'Hie loan cninpalgnl will be Hnrt- rail's 17th in the iniijors.bul instead of considering A hnngliiR up MX glove, Hnrtnctt hu.-i boisterously shouted, "They'll have 'to Icnr my uniform "from me bcforc'i I'll null!" 1 - ' •=^^«""«"^«nBiM« pBMMW Farm Radios ..^*\ >HW»li OV.O ,ortv°f l SU» Arc More Comforl- ablc When Rcuaircd lit Smith Shoe Shop 115 So. 2nd. PHII-CO RA*. B _ «t*.-n the i» n ISilliiS^ GOT TO KNOW YOUR STUFF —whether building a skyscraper or distilling Fine whiskey! Gleninorc Kentucky Slraight Bourbon is the whiskcj of a lifetime, because lhc men who make it have 'speril their lifetime at il—totaling nearly 600 years. PJiilco Table Batlery Sols 95 ore Distilleries Co., liiuitporaicd LuuiMillc-Uweniboro, Kcnluikj llulibard Furniture i Co. ! • VTeiie tenrt, »t TID eost t<* tnr, SI2 ' I Ot.lil Chnk «Ith Ml ,fai(l> c{ I J Jnur Sprclil fKter . . , r tni;iho ntw, J j^^.™^.™....^^..^! SCfStOH.MflSI.

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