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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wilson Shades^eola for B Crown Bulldogs Upset r - - =-===±r=—-~— -— i Seminoles 14-13 Long Runs/Rugged Lin* Ploy Feature Championship Battle By Donald Werlz Courier Neivs Correspondent OSCEOLA, Nov. 12—Wilson's solid single wing and Osceola's yard-eating T formation met squarely at Hale field last night and the Bulldogs came off with a 14-13 win and the;District Three, B, title. 1 For tile thousands of fans who . were wedged Info Hale Field, it was ^the highlight o f the 1949 football ^(fcason. They weren't disappointed! Until i)i e final gun, Ihe game could have gone eilher way. Tommy Spiers, Semtnolc quarter- Continued from Page I the. game, found Hutcherson open again in scoring territory and this time Ihe big end held tight. Gee's kick for conversion was wide and the Chicks lield 18-0. Brinkley scored Ih'e visitor's lone tally in Ihe waning minutes of the second period. An exchange of punts netted the Tigers 12 yards and gave them the ball on their own 30. with Chick reserves pouring onto the field, • Partee, wJio played the full 48 minutes of Ihe game, stuck to his aerial game and compleled six out of seven losses to Mason, Harrison and Culbreth lo move to the Blythevllle four. He found Mason slandlnp; in the end zone, tossed him a five-yard bullet and the Tigers owned six points. Partce's pass to fullback Piles in (lie tnd zone on --•;••;;-• ~i--;-. -- -••- •>••• the extra point Iry was dropped do* tailback, «ved up to advance aml tllc nalf endcd £„, , h M* back, and Howard Woodyard, Bull- | n front 18-6. "oUces. ' I Chicks SIiow Speed Spiers, Ins long passing game, u (ook (he chl k , „ hampered, somewhat by a hard p i avs to score (h , charging Wilson line, nevertheless polntei , uiics look he did some damage with short heaves cnlng thc tll]rd ql|al . ler and brought Osceola's hopes up In the final quarter when he raced C8 yards for the Seminoles' final touchdown O-iceola received the opening kick- off'and started a drive on its own 21 which seemed destined to pay off with six points. Hill. Spiers and Stilwell ripped off six and seven yarders through the Wilson line until they reached the Bulldog 35. There the drive was halted when Spiers faded lo pass and was thrown for a loss, another pass was incomplete, a line buck netted nothing and another toss was no good. Woodyard Kicks Out The Bulldogs couldn't get their single wing offense rolling and Howard Woodyard, who punted beautifully ail night,' kicked out of bounds on the Seminole.20. From the 20, Hill and Shaneyfelt teamed to drive to the 32 and Dunn and Slilweli added another first own on the 42. Soon thereafler, Wilson got a 15 g^ard penalty, but the Seminoles ^B'ere likewise penalized on the next play. Tommy Spiers raced 33 yards to the two after Hill and Stilwell had ripped off nice gains. Shaneyfelt bucked over lor the •core, Lannum kicked the point and It looked as if Osceola had too milch offense for the Bulldogs. Such, however, was ont the case as it turned out. ' Because Howard Woodyard was soon toibreak loose on a fancy 60- yard run to pul the Bulldogs buck inlo Ihe ball game. Ciarrelt inlerceptcd for Wilson on his'own 30. 'Woodyard" ran to his 41 for a first down and Wilson got five for backficld in motion. Muncy seen gamed that yardage back and then Woodyard went over tackle, broke Inlo the clear and raced 60 vards to score. Cash bucked over for the point and the' ball game stood at 1-1 when the haVf ended, but the Bulldogs almost tallied in the last few seconds of the half. Just, before Ihe half ended. Woodyard punted lo the Seminole 18 and and Osceola fumble was recovered by Wilson on the Seminole four. However the half ended before the Bulldogs could turn the break into op- Cht'eks 15 found a good blocking screen and moved all the way to the Brinkley 24. He tried right 'end, found the traffic light and raced to the 11. on (lie next play Lutes found a big hole at J. A. Lloyd's tackle and went all the .way. bee kicked Ihis extra point nnd the C'llicks led 25-6. Another pass Interception, this lime by Mel Hay. set up thc Chicks' fifth touchdown. Late In the third stanza Hay hauled down the forward at Hie Blytheville 30 to stop the Tiger's third scoring threat and he went back to the 41 to set the Chicks' in goalward motion again. Two ground plays (tallied (he Chicks nothing and on the third Hay dropped back, tossed a neat 39-yardcr to Hiitcherson and Hulcherson hustled lo pay dirt standing up. The entire play carried for 59-yafds. dec's kick was good but another illegal use of hands line nullified the play and Ills second try, from 37-yards'out gave the fans a thrill by bouncing Sl'IEHS ON 13 YARD CAIS-Tominy Spiers, Osceola quarter!* —Courier Xcu's I'liolo is shown ,alx>vc as he" circled end off the goal's crossbar. Blytheville's final McGaha to Coach FORT SMITH, Ark., Nov. 12. </p) —Melvin McGaha has been named head basketball coacli at West Fork High School near here. •'. ' / McGaha, a former University" of Arkansas football and basketball player, will assume his duties Immediately. About 220.000 cubic yards of dirt and 80.000 cubic yards of rock were dug up in the excavation work for the permanent United Nations headquarters in New York. for thc season Sla'rllng lineups: touchdown came less than two minutes later After the kickoff, Partee tried lo resume his aerial maneuvers but Ted Vance, a reserve halfback ho»- gishly gathered his first try in at the Blytheville 48 only to be slapped down in his tracks by the intended receiver Harrison. Hay, on the final two plays of thc third period bulled his way to the 35 and on the first play of the fourth, he found Vance wandering in the end zone and shot him a paw which fell true. Gee again split the uprights and the Scoreboard read Blytheville 38, Brinkley 6. Afler that touchdown Coach Russell Mosley cleaned the Blytheville bench of the reserves that have kept a steady vigil from the sidelines all year. And the scrubs Ihe majority of them playing for the Brinkley Mason Gross McGarity .... Caplcna ..... Milcy Fosler Harrison Partee ....... Reed Culbreth Piles first time season, took full charge ^of field-operations. Tiger Aerials Hog Down It was a couple of these reserves that gave the Chicks Iheir final two points In the form of a safety after a blocked punt. Late in the final canto the Tigers, their aerial maneuvers completely bogged, found themselves backed up in the sha- aow of their own goal post by the scrapping Chick reservists. » Score. --i-i —o vj,,tvtv icaervms. KWilson scored again on a 61 yard ; ' lnree P as5 plays had failed and ^mrch which was climaxed by | M ason was given the task of punt' '" °"t . — Q.....I me LutiA ui pun Ing out of danger from end ?one. But he didn't get'it away. Mack Koonce playing fn his first game at guard, raced through and patted the punt down. The ball rolled out of the end zone Carl Bean . , '• - v "'ilyn: lint, uuy or two individuals as defensive stars t L I, 3 P ro J«t. for even Black- r °™ards fensive play, that was evi- their block- Nixon's 27 yard run off tackle. The d:lve started when Wilson ran the second half kir.koff back to thc Wilson 39. Nixon Scores Woodyard made it a first on the 50 and" then added four more yards, fell on it for the "two points Muncy got four and Woodyard gave I The game was II • the Bulldogs another first on the both teami TV. .r., J e ""P la l' e " Seminole 34. Muncy got seven be- ..... . lc ?. n ! 5 .- To slll e lc °»t one fore Nixon slashed off tackle for his scoring run. Cash again bucked over for the P"int. Osceola's Spiers broke loose for the final touchdown of the game seconds after the third quarter ended. A 15-yard penalty put the ball on the Osceola two. Spiers faked a handoff. circled back into his own. end /one, cut upfield and took to the sidelines as t raced 98 yards, most of'it right front of Ihe hysterical Osceola fans. The Semlnolrs tried to ram inlo the line for the cxlra point, bill couldn't quite make those much needed two yards. What had promised U) be a batlle of hlqh powered offenses settled down in the latter part of the first quartei to a nigged defensive skirmish. Neither team found (he going on thc ground very easy. Tackling was low and vicious, sometimes Just a little too vicious for thc officials who marched off a lot of yardage in penalties against both teams. ."he iHeups: Osceola Fos. Wilson Cox ... L.E. ... McDaniels <„ » II ""-" "'uugn tneir OIOCK- ing at times was erratic, their of- eragT" W " S bM " (han av Offensively the passhi" and run "'" B ° f , ""Vs and Lutes and the pasi catching of HutcHerson were a!° play C oTt n hc <1!l r^ ^ '*" m *~ -en little action ~ this vea° - VC <JZ°* ! h .f Chlcks il was ««"r last scheduled game of the season leaving them only the state playoff Ihe victory was-their fifth of the .season against Ihrce losses assuring them of a belter than .500 averagi Pos. Blytheville ... (iurlcy Lloyd • • Phillips .. . Broke .. - G.irncr Berry ' Hall .. Donner .'... Lutes ..... Lum Reid . LT . LG C... RG RT . RE QQ . HB HB . FB Oibbs, Rogers. Brewer, J. Thomas, Swindle and Gra- Substitutions: Brinkley—Johnson Perry. "" • - ' Ml ley, ' ham. Blytheville—Wunderlich, Gee, Hutcherson, Anderson, Mack Hay Criner, Mel Hay, Bean, Vance, Boyd' Borowsky, Daniels, Mayo, smith Gossett, Prince, Tomllnson, Mason' B. Berry, J. Whitworth. D. Reid, M. Koonce, E. Koonce. Scoring touchdowns: Brinkley—Mason. Blytheville—Lutes 2, Hutcherson 2, Donner, and Vance. Extra points—Blytheville—Gee 2, Safety—Blytheville —Koonce. Officials — Dukie Speck, referee; Zack Curlin, umpire; Jerry Burns, linesman; Bill Pittman, field Langc's Gridders Edge Central 12-6 In Y League Play Lange's football warriors practl- cajly clinched the championship in the "Y" Grade School League last night with a 12-G decision over Central's Crimson Tide, in a game lire- ceding Hie Chlck-Brinkley game. Central scored first In the second period when Jodie Hall carried over from the 3-yard marker, after a sustained march in which Hall plunged repeatedly through thc Lange forward wall. Lingc retaliated on the first scrimmage play fol- lowin Elliott's Passes Help Tech Beat Reddies 26-0 RUSSELLV1LLE, Ark., Nov. 12— 'j—The Arkansas Tech Wonder Hoys apparently heading for their fifth straight Ale football the kick-off, Gene Penn tak- | championship. That They virtually sewed up ihc tillc yesterday by whipping a previously unbeaten Henderson, 26-0 before (i.OOO homecoming spt'clalors. But there Is a chance—an outside one—that Tech could drop the 1949 would be ' a , . ' - • i """'*'>"uii.-)iii|j. inai. would be a Ing a hand-off on his own 30 and ' rude upseU-a Tech low to Hendriv romping the distance for thc TO. [ while Henderson defeaTedo unc a Central came back strong but saw in Its only remaining game their scoring halted on the 22 by " Rim,,i,i «t...> . ,. : Judge Game Statistics First Downs— 11 3S 44 Passes Completed 16 Yds. Gnd. Passing 165 Passes intercepted by 1 Brinkley Blytheville Yds. Gnd. Rushing Passes Attempted 14 184 1C 5 159 8 6 33 3 1 1 41 10 for 25 yds. 136 yds. Individual Records Blylhevillc Tries Gnd. Avz Punts Avg. per punt Fumbles Oppt. fumbles rcc. Kickoffs Avg. Per kickoff Penalties Player Lum Hay Vance Tomllnson Totals Player Partee Heed Culbreth 3 33 2 1 3 43 5 for stubborn Lange defense. Lange's winning touchdown cnmc in the second play of the 4th period when Donald "Duck"Webb took a handoff on the 1G and after being hemmed in for a big law, shook loose anil traveled into the end zone. The Wildcats had hammered at the Central goal twice during the third period without avail. The Tide a fumble which Central recovered lo tackling was good and resulted in pull out of one hole. Another apparent score was called back, after Dvld Holt scored for the Cats, on a holding penalty. Holland Coach Announces Full Cage Schedule HOLLAND, Mo., Nov. 12 — Holland High Schcol's boys and girls cage teams are slated lo open their 1949-50 seasons Tuesday night in double header at Parma. Mo., Coach Bill Rogers announced ves- terday. Coach Rogers, witnessing his second season as coach of the Tigers, announced a 17-game schedule for both his boys and girls teams that will include seven games at home, and 10 on the road. The Tigers will close their schedule Feb. 3 it Cooler. Coach Rogers .stated that the prospects for his teams are good Th-. schedule: Nov. U Parma at Parma; Nov. 18 Grecnway, Ark., at Grecnway; in 7 I NoV " ^ MBr "' on at Marston; Dec. 2 .'(, '. Braggadocio at Holland; Dec. 6 -i 50 : Deeri " 8 at Dcering; Dec 9 Steele at 2.20 Holland; Dec. 13 Gosucll, Ark., at Holland; Dec. 16 Caruthersville at Holland; Dec. 20 Wardcll at Wardell; Jan. 3 Open; Jan. 6 Gosnell at Gosncll; Jan. 10 Dcering at Holland. Jan. 13. Sleele at Steele; Jan. 171 Secret.' Braggadocio v at Braggadocio; Jan.' «-»-"« 20 Cooler at Holland; Jan. 24 Bragg Should occur Henderson's Reddies would own thc title because, they play more games than Tech and the championship ] s decided on a percentage basis. Fullback Gene Harwood and the passing arm of Jack Elliolt powered Tech's lo its victory over the Henderson club. Harwood smashed over for the first score early in the second [,nur- «er, after quarterback; Jimmy All-' blight took a pass from Jack Simpson to set up thc play. Elliott shot a long : >ass lo send Bill Morris In the end one for the second tally. _ Two minutes later Tech marched ov yards for the third touchdown with Harwuod going over from the three. In Ihe third period he bucked the line from the eight for Defeated By Perryville Caruthersville Falls 31-21 after Two Last Quarter Scores lly James Berry Courier XRH-S Correspondent HKHKWU.LE.~NOY. 12 — car- ulliei.svlllc's Tigers were overcome by two pusses nnd a long run here last nl B iit as Perryvllle won a 31-21 decision. The 'risers played Perryville on even terms Ihroughout Ihe game and were led by Hedge who turned in his best performance of thc season and scored all of Cnrutliers- vllle's touchdowns. After a scoreless first quarter, Perryvllle tallied on the first play of (lie second chapter when Smith ran (iO yards for a touchdown. Pcr- ryvlllc made its only conversion of the night lo take B 7-0 lead. Two passes, one good for 23 yards, Ihe other for 15, gave the visitors « 19-0 hiilfthne advantage. Early in the second half Hedge went on a 44 yard scoring scamper for ilic 1 Tigers and Wilson kicked the point. Only a minute, later Hedge went HI yards for the .second Tiger score and Wilson converted. In (he fourlli quarter Hedge went six yards for the finnl touchdown for Ihe Tigers who again cotiverled and look a 21-19 lead. The Perryvllle drove to Ihe ill incl Roy look It over from there and with 17 seconds left in Ihe jamc, Mueller added thc final touchdown from nine yards out. G.irnlhersvillc gained 218 yards rushing lo Pcnyville's 371 and" had eight iirst downs lo pcrryville's nine. Cagers at Steele Schedule Total Of Sixteen Games STKELE, Mo., Nov. 12.—Bcnnle wilhclm, Sleele High School's new bnskelbnll couch, yesterday announced n 18-game schedule for his lioys and girls cage learns for the 1019-50 season. head of Wilhclm athletics was appointed at Slcclc last Ihe fourth score. IlanvcKxl kicked one extra point and Floyd Fryer booted the other. Henderson was limited to 52 yards rushing and 11 yards passing while the Wonder Boys picked up 331 . ards in the air and on the ground Tech got 14 first downs; thc Red- dies seven. Arkansas Defeats TCU,, SMU in Cross-Country DALLAS, Nov. 12. M>>—Tlic University of Arkansas defeated Southern Methodist and Texas Christian Universities In a triangular cross country meet here yesterday. Southern Methodist was second and TCU third. James West nnd James Frank Brown of Arkansas ttcd lor first and second over the 2.3 mile course fn a time of 10 minutes 54 seconds. Over Gatchcll and Tom Hardin of Arkansas tied for third and fourth and Bill Cairns, also of Arkansas, was fifth. About 300.000 square feet of glass Is being installed in Ihc permanent spring. He assumed Ills' duties last September. The Bulldogs nre staled to open their schedule Nov. 18 at home against Dcering and will' close It Jan. 31 at home with Wardcll. Thc schedule includes two games with Blytheville. The schedule: Nov. 18—Deering at Steele; Nov. 22—Gosnell at CiosncU; Nov. 29— Horncrsvllle at Ilorncrsvllle; Dec. 2 —Bragg City at Steele; Dec. 6— Braggadocio at Steele; Dec. 0— j'thcvillc at Blytheville: Dec. 16 —NeUlcton, Ark., at Nellleton; Dec. 20—Bragg City at Sleele: Jan. 3— Cooler at Cooler: Jan. 13—Holland at Steele; Jan. 20—Hayti at Hnytl; Jan. 24 -Nctlleton at Steelc; Jan 26—Blytheville at Sleele; Jnn. 27— Cootci- at Sleelc; Jan. 31—Wnrdell at Steele. The permanent home of thc United Nations in Ne wYork City is expected lo be completed by Ihc fall of 1051. 36 . City at Brag City; Jan. 27 Hayti at Hayti; Feb. 3 Cooler at Cooler; Among thc animals which have been domcsllcatcd since before recorded • history arc the dog, ox. she"- goat, horse, humped cattle, ox, elephant, cat. goose, honeybee and ass. Lannum . Stevens Wright Alexander Meadows Wcinberg Spiers .'... L T L G C ...RG .... RT. ---- RE. Q B H B H B Douglas .... 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Thc two teams met In Wilson to Meet Pocahonfas in 6 Bucks Whip Hope 21-0; Little Rock Edges Pine Bluff 13-6 The Blylhevlllc Chicks will meet the Smaekovcr Bucks In their first slalc Double-A playoff game Friday night and Wilson's Bulldogs, the first game -of their series Thursday nlRht. two-game Included on thc Vagabond Kings' rosier arc sncli former college greats as John . .Sebastian who formerly played for Southern Illinois university-and who ls:<; onsiili-red one or the ucst trick shot artists and ball liiindler.s in modern busketbull; RiilPh "Sky" Siewn:t. who lowers at seven feet and two inches and who formerly played for the St. Louis iitiinbm; and oil Hichcit, who boasts 1 feet nnd B inches in h-'lght and Is (lie learn clown, The Red Rockets nre composed of several former Southeast. Missouri cage stars Including Hunnlc wil- hehn. who formerly played for Arkansas Htntc College and who is now ciiachlr.n at Sti'ele High School; Fred Kelly formerly of Southwestern of Memphis; V. L Hliickwell formerly of Cnpe Glrar- (leau Stain Teachers College; Ralph Jones, formerly of the university nf Missouri; and Ralph Kelt-hum, antt Earnest. Hul.wy, former Sleele High School stars. Thc Kings won Thursday nlgiifs contest by n narrow E8-52 imiriilil with vllhclm leading the scoring for both teams wllh a lotal of :j points. Travis of thc Kings was next with -2." Blakcley, Abbott To Tanoje With Roberts, Malone Gene Blnkelcy. a heavyweight veteran who has a good followhiB among BlytlievUle's wrestling fans, will return (o Hie American Legion's wrestling ring here Monday night after more than a year's absence. njakely will team with Ace Abbott, the Abilene, Tex., heavy in the tag match feature udut, of the Legion's card Monday night. They will meet always tough Red Rob- oils and Irishman Eddie Malone. ; Blnkelcy, a veteran of many years In the wrestling gnmc, Is rated by Promoter-Referee Mike Merotley as tough opponent In nny bout. He ha* won.'n'cclalm throughout ttic Smith for Ills wrestling ability nnd is a Strangler Lewis hcadlock artist. Malone will be making his return first playoff lilt. Smackover won (lie right to meet the Chicks by drubbing Hone's Bob- cnts 21-0 and I'ocahontns advanced to Hie playoffs by defeating McCrory M-0. sties for thc two cojilesls are expected to be made this week Oilier scores: C'n-unly Hlylheville 40, IlrlVikley 6. Wilson u, osccoU 13. HanisburE 'M. Dycss 0. Shnwnre 19, Tyroiwa (i. Snullieast Missouri Pprryvjlle 31, Carutliejsville 21. Cupc Gliardoau 7, Kcnnetl 6 Sikeston 39, Jackson 0 Clu.ffcc 18, Illino-Pornfelt 7. Dexter 20, rtisco 0. Maiden 12. Enst Prairie 0. rtldgley. Tcnn., 19, Portagcvillc 0 Stair Little Rock 13, pine Bluff 8. Siibiiu'o 27, I'liragould 0. Jonesboro 51, nntcsville 27 El Dorado IB, Texarkana 0 Port Smith 19, North Little nock 6 Magnolia 27, Prcscolt 7. Marked Tree 25. West Memphis 14 Waldron ia. Menu 0. Newport 32. Walnut Ridge 0 Oillelt 20, Marvel! o. 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