PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Firing Up Energy For The Fox Jonisboro juniors Score In Everv Quarter To Win 26 To 0 liy J. !'. FRIIi.VI) F^orlng a icuchdown in every oiiai'.or. the powerful and uleii .Vwbaro Whirlwinds, runners uj fur Uie slate junior title. <tcfca(- id t 1 !c. smaller TJlvtheville p.ipoos- < s. 2C-0, last m'uht to brin^ th 1- >v\ 1937 fcfllkall season (n dr.vr.. O> tK'fleiifd at Irast >e.n munc IT r'tiii in tlie line, Ihe Papoos :s didn't have a chance under t'v merellr-fs rounding of lhi> v.'filrrs. Witli Quarterback J, C rausucrlj' leadinsj the parnrl liiiiv ripped the forward wall to jN-fd". sending the backs cut !.>"-, tlie cpen on Ions; scintilla! >'••' runs to win easily. )t iv.i^ (.'•lv the .vhetr und iloygfd d.aev v Inution of the I'apcoses lli-U vc-vonlpd further scoring. As lias 1'p'ii the case all year, they l;at- 11 d all the way but simply could rnt, cope wlili the superior power This kid Dauglicrly was almost l (- e whole show, ile scored :i11 t)'n tci'etirtovjns. added the extra I'.oJnUi bv plunges, and gained 135 •virds from scrimmage—25 more l''»n the combined efforts of tlie (•Hire Panoese backs. Defensively be backed the line and stopped many prospective gains. Cold facts reveal Hie decided .1-ne.sb-M'o advantage. They reeled rff only 12 first downs to 9. but f'i'v mi's were for 20 yards or I "tier. They gained 223 yards to HO from scrimmage, and lost but l»n by rushln? as compared Io ?•'! by the Paix-oses. They tried P-'e passes, completed two wlileli ('wilier with latrrals netted 24. Blytheville trieil two. comoleled one but McFall intercepted Hie ether and nearly ran a back for ;i _loiich<loivn. Normnn "Monk" Jfosley was the nrincipal ground gainer for Ihe Insets. In fourteen trips with th' leather he netted 59 yards, lost 10 Sonny Lloyd, expected to play a prominent part, failed to shake loose. HE gained only n yards from scrimma»e and lost the same, due malnlv lo n bungle or the signals. Burl Bryant and Jn<* Fmith. ends, and Bo Coppedgc. tiant tackle, shone in the line. Whirlwinds Strike Deceiving tl )C opening WckofT. Hie Whirlwinds breezed through for a sccr-e without losing tlie bull and failing but twice to gain. Co;i- redge kicked to Jolm Cogcr on the- 30 nnd he was downed almost in Ills tracks. Daughter? cracked right tackle for c and added 20 more on Ihe opposite side of the line. A reverse failed. Ray Wile - ... .- ....>, *,„ u.i i, , uur yaru cerium we could win plunge. He plowed off right guard Ontfiekiir Joe Gleestm , for S and then on a neat, cut baik scampered across for the -hip % first score, fie added the exlr point to give ,lon:;;baro a 1-0 lend. Taking the ball on the 35 ntte the kick. Hie Papoose.s began drive down the field but wei .stepped on a mix up of signal: Moycl hit left tackle for 7 an Mosley made it first down on spinner. Monk, sonny nnd Charl Raldwtll alternated for nnothjr 'o< u.il first down but a );nd paw onj Had fourth down gave Jonesbaro the ball on Blytheville's 40. Daugh- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1937 The Dope Bucket Ily J. I h . Friend Obtaining much ml as possible yelpinc over mil and iliile In hot pursuit of the fox, these hound.-no dotii-.t are having happy ilrcams on Ihelr straw »i Jackson, TEIIII., scene of Die Notional Fov Huil'<•«• A« w i n n™, neld trials. Note the fellow al upper right .sleeping on his back McCnrlliv. ll generally was believed that Vilt would have ns- rencUd to the management of the New York the Yanks' wiis close to the throne. Yankees. As pilot farm, or of Jap Grappler Is On Monday Night — •• f\ i (, a r cl •\Vr<;sllin<r By IIAKUY OHAYSON Spuds Editor, NUA Service It is too bad lhat Old Oscar Pepper Vilt can't take the Newark Bears to Cleveland witli him, bill yon nmy rest assured thai Ihe Indians' new chief will do'quite ill right wllli tlu material at hand. Selecting Vitt as Steve O'Ni'lll's •iiiccessor perhaps Is the smarlest move Alva Bradley has made in the 10 years Ihn! he has brcn president of the Cleveland club. Vltt gives the Tribe an outstanding personality for the first time since Tris Sp.'nker stepped down. Like Joe McCarthy, Vltt comes ont of the Double A's, but with a brilliant playing background in the ' American League. Vitt's clubs won two pennants, ...» ™« mu v>n-vcii Inched second twice, ami thirdly tulce last season. Ihree times in his 11 years of 1 !:laved the Yankees, mailing . in the Pacific Coast "The Indians have enough ma- Uaguc v arjd in his Iwo campaigns tirial lo be contenders," lie savs, > NnTrh I iHlo Rnrl svdli Wnu-ovb tli/v T>.,-,... i. * t * I IlUtl.il Lillllc lYVfLn A Javanese wrestler. Sn?y Haga... .uake, Is scheduled to perform here s I Mondnv on ctie Legion's wrestling The late Frank "e4avin consUl-1 ^ |f C ""' " l ' C " n)t , thc , lftsk of XtoX^^ cH,sc Mickey Ccchrane Z , ' J !™"''' A™!" 1 !* l ° Mlke M <™> e >' coo. Vitt Coast was so poimlar in the Leiigun Unit William Wrlg- ley, Jr.. replaced his lax Angeles mnnaser, Marly Krug. "I want, H fellow the fans like. Such as Oscar Vltt," explained the cliewin; Bum magnate. Vitt steer- .hipimese holds. Marcus has performed here several times and appears lo be a first class matmati. i An equally interesting contest should result when Najeeb Rabban. the Kiird. meets Gorilla Dnssaivthe Des Moines. Iowa, terror. Rabban. a stocky bundle of muscle. , .. "- - •-•— " oiL/vftj UIJJHIJC; »>i iiiiisLiu, nas i 1 ' 1< '. 1HO ">' WOO<1 cl » u - which i shown his ability to handle much shared the wnsl. eoasi Wrlgleyi bl«ger opponents and he should Vicld will) the AngfK " ' i gh'c Diigan""plcnty of"act'lon beiore vit^savv the Cleveland club on-: the innlch is deckled, when ihcy I Newport Is'Easv For with Newark. up. mid the Bears wound | bagged the later national rag by 25 'i ginncs. Afl- cr clrapjilng three consecutive contests lo Columbus In Ihe little .void srrlts, the Bears look four and the title. "After we had lost tlie first A r^ " ""' •••' CS " lrei ' B anu ' s . everybody on the 4 Danghtery moved the club was down, but Vitt. was still mil to the 25 on a four yard certain we could win," explains "He lit - iTnlly drove us lei Ihe champion- Bill McKechnic. Rogers Horns- fcy. Tony Laawri, nonle Bush. Rcbl:it Marnnvllle, Larry Oilberl. Frank O'Donl, nnd Alinn Holh- cn.n were .suggested by thps? at- k m pi ing lo guess Hie Idrntllv of iiami- id the new Cleveland guide. It Is ar Mini none olfcrfd (he of Vill. who was the must kind of ;, candidate. any untoward umEilion arisen in connexion with Joe Ifry then made a one man parade OVIT the line and converted. Score Jcnesboro H'. Blytheville 0. Papooses Drive Tlie Pauooscs then staged tluir 'T<ilr«l threat, moving down to Uie Jcnesboro 20. only to loss Ihe boll en clowns. Holt kicked lo Mosley on the 20 and he moved! p" 1 "" it_ up to the 37. Mose cut tack for "™ 'iful tackle- lo take possession of '!"• hill. Mose made four and" ''rvnnt rame nrouiicl left eiui for The lincuw: '"•'"0-oro (20) Pos. UhMbevMle (01 Vilt has never set eyes on Bob Feller, bul natimiily is highly rlcusid in. having the services of brightest of pitching ________ NEWPORT, Ark.. Nov. 13.— With reserves playing most -of the game the North Little Rock team easily peels. It is tiir Cleveland Hint iaipresses Vltt mosi. . I"' 0 *- (defeated Newport, 32 to 0, here i Friday afternoon. pitching! coach Bob Cowan of North Lll- "That'.s 10 per cent of game." lie asserts. There Is a young iiiflelcler would like to have in ClcvUnnd— who sliined with , tie Rock started his second string the! team and dill not use his regulars until Ihe second half. The spectators got a big laugh when Arthur Hayes, North Little Rock player, became confused after Intercepting a pass and dashed off at lop speed for his own Jce Gordon. Newark. "He'll make the Yanks forget,- .„. „., „„„ BU<11 LnziiciTi. declare sVill. "I've nev-ilinc witli his fellow players in hot "' seen n belter young second pursuit, yelling for him to turn sorter." or Os' developed Lazzeri I mound. A Newport player then nt Salt. l,ake, by the way. f( wasli'ulled a "boner" by lackling Fiayes there that ho turned 0111 Jolinnyjeio.se to the goal instead of w:iit- l-'rcdfiick and polished Icftv o'-l in« for him lo cross. tJoi'l's hilllni;. Vilt oonns from the ticvy baseball srhcrl of Ty c»bb. bill t.v :i 111 tie ai'iitlemun im and ulf- Ihe lit Id. lii;lit hitti.'r. especfally as third basemi'ii go. he had to Icnrn 'o piny baseball close lo Ihc vcsl in order lo star. I'ii, Cleveland club win reflect new director— heads up and no loatiny. Holman Smith <n lost l on two tries but added another first down neat end-around. Mosley darted off tackle for 15, and Bryant came arumicl for five morf. Cn a delayed buck Mose picked Coger Duncan Cloud Daugherty Wiles if oil loss. Mose 8 but the tall went over and Jcnesboro punted out of danger as the half ended. , s: rtccp I, K L, T. I..O. R.O. R. T. R.K I..1I R.H. F\ B, le (01 ; _ smith Muttgart Noses Out MfMm'l „ Forrest City, 6 To 0 McNei Boyetl, Morgan Cobb Copjiedge Br.vnni Stcwarl Mosley Caldwcll [ lo«'« for Stuttgnri FOKREST CITY. Ark.. Nov. IS. —Forrest City dropped a 0 io 0 struggle to Stiiltgart here last night. Cross scored Ihe winning touch- I.lovd Blylheviiie T "i S C—26 0 0 0 a— 0 Scoring touchdowns— 4. Extra points — , r ,no, run Ihe 229 o . -oro 5 wo (h , bl ' fl fllmblcrt « wn'Plcled for 24 yar d s . Blyibevine C ° f Mri """!vse. 2 attempted, one completed for o recovered and on two 1 yards, one intercepted for •>•>«,„, plays Dau»htery was over He failed for Ihe extra point. givin» Jonesboro a 20 to o leaVl. Bill Ruckman's crew counted their last In the fourth period on plays, and nearly scored again. Unable to make any headway after getting the ball via 'the Itlckoff, "Monk" punted to Holt, The ball bounced oft his fingers into the end zone, but lie man- RUfd-to run It back to the 6. An- olher big drive was on, climaxed when Daughtcry sliced the final 4 into pay dirt. The extra point plunge failed. Duncan kicked out of bounds and the Paps put the return by . SubstlUitions—Uotiesboroi Andrews. Sneligrovc. Ishmal, Peterson Sharp, K. Holman. McCall. (Blv- thevillel Evrard. omcials-Dick Potter (Memphis on nil end around play in Die first nuartfr. ' took Knoft lion's long ' Shawnee Indians Trim Keiser Friday, 26-12 KEISER, Ark.. Nov. 13. The : E'imwnte Indians defeated Ihe Kei.ser Yellowjaeket.'i on (heir hoint field Friday afternoon by tlie score nf 26 lo 12. Picked, of Slmvnee was high scoring man of tin '-•niiir. making three of their four 5 touchdowns. Rogers, lefl end. rar- •ried the ball over for Iheir othei tally. ii=lin and Saliba convert- inf. in the closing minute of the first half. Sisco ran the ball fifty yards for Kciscr's first score, but Ihe teim failed to convert. Again in the fourlh qua-rler Sisco got Iccse. making a seiisaltonal end inn ami scoring from his own Keep Record Clean Rv Handing Seminoles Firs! Defeat GSCEOI.A, Ark., Nov. 13—The Piirkln Tigers upheld their undefeated record when they defeated Hie Osewild Indians by the score of i:i lo (i Friday night in Osceola, Johnson, Parkin quarterback and Jaik.s, Parkin fullback, were Ihc oiilittmding ]>lnym of the gome, making sensational tgnins through the line. . Parkin scored near the end of UK.- second rmaitc-r, Johnson carrying the ball over on a line plunge. They failed lo convert. Osceola received and in a bril- iant passing attack tied thc .score In nine downs from their thirty- five yard stripe. The touchdown was »m:l(< by Roherson, the receiver, on n pass thrown by s. Aycrsv. Oweola also failed to con- i-crt. Hall ended with tlie store i lo ti. The Tigers ,out-played the Indians in the second Inilf. as Os- ci'Ola got going only once when Morrison jind Blnekwood made two successive first downs on end runs in the third period. Shortly after Uie punt, Parkin fumbled and Osceola recovered the ball in scoring territory. Stone of Parkin in- :erccptcd a line tfass on his own ?lBht yard line, but the team was unable to advance tlie ball beyond '.he twenty. Early in the last quarter John- ion scored again for Parkin on a >8-yard run. lie Ihcn plunged the line and pul the ball over for ^he extra point. When Osceola received the kick, they tried a passing attack, but were unable to complete any tosses. Parkin drove down the field to Mle Osceola eleven yard line, lost :hc ball on downs, and the game indctl with tlie ball in O.sceola's >osse.ssion on their mm twenty- ?lght yard line. Tlie Tigers made eighteen first towns to Oseeola's' nine. They completed four out of six passes attemjil™ i u Oseeola's seven out of sixteen, witli one intercepted. H was Osccola's first loss of the season, their record being clean, up (o now except for a tie with Marked Tree, t is Parkin's seventh Marked Tree. It is Parkin's seventh xoie fcr the season of 224 to their ouunncnts' 12. Lineup follows: Parkin Pos. Jager R. E. Roberts R.T. Nicks R. d. Prazier c. ^mith L. G. Craig u T. Melhorn L. E. Johnson Q. atone R. K. RnLsky L. n. Jacks . F. Religious Leader Osceola Hamsay Cramer A, Ayers Balloue Schrciek Edi'ington Bryant Roberson Blackwood Morrison B. Ayers Substitutes for Parkin, Oivcns .TIKI Young; for Osceoln, Bowen. Ten Chicks Guests At Arkansas-Ole Miss Game The ten members of the Blytheville High school rootball team who close their football careers this i.-on are guests of the University of Arkansas nt (he Arkansas-Ole Mis gam e Ihls afternoon in Memphis. They are: LeRoy Brown '.lines Roberts. Alvln Meredith. Lloyd Wise. Calvin Moody. Jmiies Burton, Homer Bcsharsc. Mildred Bunch. Charles llardin and Dick Burns. The invitation was issued through C. G. Hall, seeietnry of state, who a member of "tlie lliiversity Booster club committee. Clarence H. Wilson. Dr. W. M Owens and Harry w. mines motored the players down. Hurry Dunavant right nil) for y '" the 1<olscr ' WBS Probably Ihe oulslaml- P * naltr m ' . • — ••' * umt, rmivi levllle High), umpire; Clyde Wilson iBlytlicville High), head linesman. in play on their own 35.! ball . Jcmsboro was offside on the first play. Mosley attempted a pass to Bryant, who tipped the ball into MoFall's hands. On the dead run the sub fullback sprinted toward Ihe side-lilies and was tackled by Mosley on the 13. Four plays iift- Icd only five yards. Coppedge Mopping Daughter^ will! a beau- Pecans Wanted WE WIT.I, PAY YOU Highest Market Prices ANY QUANTITY Goldstein Hide & Fur Co. Rear Joe Isaacs' store Phone 565 Blytheville, Ark Get Our Prices Before Selling To the Farmers WHO OWE US ACCOUNTS WB \V1I.I, AI.I.OW YOU FOR SOYBEANS IP DELIVERED TO OUR OKKICB AS PAYMENT ON ACCOUNTS DUE US OR FOR NEW IMPLEMENTS Ellis Implement Co. "THE JOHN DEERE FULL LINE" Walnut Ridge Beats Marianna, Score 39-0 WALNUT HIDGE, Art:.. Noi' 13 —The Walmii Hidge Bolicais won as (Hey nleused from Murianna here last night. ;)9 to 0. Tlie Bobcals made -20 first downs to three for Marlnnnn. Old King Football stepped down from his royal throne here last "l<sht ., . Oddly enough the Bly- llu'villc Junior High papooses ushered him In and bade him farewell ... In the opener Ihe I'aps heat Newport 33-0 . . . Last night they yielded to a vastly superior Jonesboro Junior Whirlwind lhat nearly developed inlo a hurricane . . . Congratulations arc in order lor Junior Coach James Ace I'nckclt ... He has done a swell job with Ihe fiilure Chicks . . , With limited and Inexperienced malcri.nl whipped together a crack outfit . . . Record: Won 3. lost 2 ... Not very big In sl?.e, hut big at heart . . . They appear to have what it takes . . . Several arc expected io remain out with the varsily . . . Norman "Monk" Mosley . . . Sonny Uoyd ... Ho C'oppedge . . . Jimmy Morgan . . . Maybe OIK- or two others. Challenging the winner of the Uttte Rock-Pine niuff "championship battle" may not get any results unt at least hus gained a bit of publicity . . . Joe Craig called Allen TUden, .snorts editor of the Arkansas Democrat over long distance telephone and asked hi in to try to cook up a post season game "'tin Ihe Chicks, with the provision, of course, that the Trilic comes through against joncsboro ami Forrest Cily . . . Tilden expressed douht lhat such a game could be arranged, addilig that "there wasn't enough money In the slate treasury to make 'cm play." but would do what he could ... He scribbled a piece In his column. "Every Now 'n Then" . . . The Associated Press took it up and spread It on every leading daily in the state . .• . Makes good reading but, as usual, it will get exactly nothing done, unless we are mistaken—and we hope we are fooled this time. This is my cue to go into my weekly act ... You guessed it . , ". Just gotta try my hand just once more 2t guessing winners in today's leading games ... As an appetizer we pick the Tigers over the Zebras . . . Alabama gets the call over Georgia Tech . . . Notre Dame over the Cadets of West Point . . . L. S. U. to beat Auburn (close) . . . Tulane over Georgia . . . Miss. State over Sewanee (know I won't be skunked) . . . Minnesota to lake the wind out o! Northwester;i's sails . . . Arkansas' passing to have a slight edge over Mississippi . . . Wouldn't be surprised at a tie ... Not scoreless, though . . . j Like Ihe Pitt povjer over Nebraska ' defense . . . Rice and Texas A. & i M. to hnve a merry battle but , Jimmy Kill's Hoiistonites should be on top . . . sivfU is coming but Baylor seeks revenge and rcvcuga is su-eet . . . Tlie Texas Longhorns are no longer the X in Coach Bible's name . . . Pick them to Irouuce the TCU Frogs . . Yale. Bulldog to beat the Princeton Tiger ... That's enough to convince what little I know about the racket. • * * "Bed" Baxter called his shot in the resignation of Lieut.-Col. Ralph Basse . . . soon after Red resigned from the Slate ranks he informed Ihls corner lhat something was rotten and 11 wasn't all In Denmark . . . Headline in N. O. paper: '"Bama Kick Illegal" . . . So what? . . . officials are human and not immune from errors Oscar Vltt, new Cleveland Big Chief, was quoted as saying that Bob Feller would take his regular turn In '38 ... Ocl that, Joe? . . . 61 photographic negatives of Kentucky Derby winners were sold for $500 ... All but two were In the group ... Did you know lhat the world's lightweight championship was won by Jack McAuliffe without a blow , . . old friend, the original Jack Dempsey, moved lip to the middleweight class and mailed the title to Mack . . . Informed Doubting Thomases to come forward . . . ne.ooo fans saw 8 -"mes involving Southeastern teams .last week . . . pnragould is ex- IKCted to play night ball nest season . . . R. VI. Bridges, Kirkwood. Mo., scored a 195 yard hole-iu-one with a putter . . . Tom O'Hnre. HORIZONTAL 1 DcilicU nam« of Hindu S:IKO. (3 lie was ;i • of re. liuion (III.) 13 To liubiliii'.lr. M To contain. I Tj Opern melody Ifi Prong. 17 Money vault. 1U Buffalo. 10 Harassing. 21 Work animal. 22 Northeast. 2.1 Gentle. 2J O/oiH'. 2ft Soft jobs. 27 Values. M Amphitheater fenlfr. !)C To cluinge. :il Units of woil: 32 Work of skill. 33 Destiny. SI Muslciil note. :i5J>)cgu(lve :t6 Girl. .'<? Mitlcfay naps. Answer lo I'revinus Puzzle 41 Neat. 42 H roe flies. •Tf Devoured. 1-1 To iteiTpjise. 45 Window part W.SIain. 47H« was (he ' of Buddhism. 48 His real name was • . Siddliiirllia. VERTICAL 1 Morsel. 2 To combine, 3 Sand hill, 4 Move vision- »ry. 5 Masculine pronoun. GTo'use lonfls, 1 Ueer. 8 Paid pnh- Heily. 9 To greet. 10 Gaelic. 11 Rivor. 12Crit. 14 Calls pushed by hand. 17 Liver (luid. 18 Co liege tivasnrics. 20 Iniquities. 21 DeporUnenf. 22 lielease from (•xistenee (Hurfdlu'sm). 24 God nt war. 25 To lol it stand. 20 To impel. 28 Perlaining to air. :il Lenient. ^'^Clrev 1 : ciiin. H4 Ringworm. :<B Waterfall. .')' To carol. !(8 Paper mulberry. 39 Particle. 4PCiilcrpill.il- hail-. 41 Greek letlcr. 42 Father. 44 Oic-f. 45 Pair. 4(>Stuet, Ind. university, broke his club bill made a 135 yard hole-in-one with the stroke . . . Keu Kavanau°h erstwhile Liltle Rock Tisjer. now as full grown LSU Tiger, caught a 48-yard pass last week . . . Since young Bussey was probably at least fifteen yards back the ball actually traveled C3 yards ... A pretty fair chunk ... A. W. Porter, Port Smith, has been appointed Arkansas state commissioner for (lie National Semi-Pro baseball congress . . . Appointment was by Hans Waftner, high mogul . ... ". Ducats to the Rose Bowl have been boosted a snwbuck . . . Top now is $5.50 Duke and N. c. may decide the Southern Conference tomorrow Pick the Men of vVnde ... V. M. I. was knocked out of a tie with Dnkc by Maryland by a field goal . . . Pop Warner suggests 3 changes in football . . . we're satisfied Just ns the game is. 1'op. or were you asking us? Trojans Show Form In Win Over El Dorado HCTTiPRINGS. Ark., .Nov. 13.— Displaying ihelr best form of. the season, the Hot Springs Trojans cat'; here, 33 to 13, last night. The game had many thrills. The Trojans pulled the "hidden ball" trick ior one touchdown. Godwin, end, carried Ihe ball 67 yards en the play. Governor Claims Some Credit For Grid Team MEMPHIS, Nov. 13 (UP)—Gov: Carl E. Bailey, today claimed some of the credit for the fmc,.showmg mis season of the. University of Arkansas football team. "Sure," said Bailes-. "we worked all summer to get those boys in shape for the football season, we gave them jobs on the roads. They did real maniml labor, got sunburned, stayed in shape nnd .stayed tC7ether." "Jack Bobbins started to work : on the road at I6a pounds and went. 11 back tn school this fall at )80 pounds." hobbins is one of the Razorback backJield stars nnd ruled one of the best passers in the nation The worth of tlie good will of a going business is commonly appraised at five or six times its average marched over tlie El Dorado Wild- net profits per year WRESTLING ARKANSAS & MISSOURI FARM & CITY LOANS Low Interest Rates Easy Payments-Long Terms Fastest closing service of any mortgage loan company doing business in these states. FLORIDA DROS. & CO. 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