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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. 195" Chickasaws Meet New Foe Tonight Malvern, Tribe Collide at Haley For First Time With rising spirits, Blytheville's Chickasaws today awaited the invasion of a foe they've never met before. Malvern's Leopards come to Haley Field tonight at 8 o'clock to challenge the Chicks for the first time. Despite injuries and sickness that has hampered the Tribe in workouts this week, spirit in BHS tee- nee'was" high today. Abbott Doubtful Charles Abbott, co-captain The Tribe will be seeking victory number four at the expense of the central Arkansas Class AA power. The Leopards have put forth one j ol the most damaging passing and unanes AOOOU, uu-uopioui and j running attacks in AA ranks in the fullback, remained a doubtful state in building their 4-1 record, starter tins morning, though ai Samp Starters sprained ankle suffered Monday in j The high-scoring spht-T mechan- -' : ism has scored In every game so far, and in all but one case crossed the double-stripe three or more times. The Chickasaws eased off from practice has responded to treatment well, and he may be able to get into action for part of the game at least. Abbott's duties, if he's unable to participate, will fall on the shoulders of Wayne Hunnicut and Bobby Jayroe. the week's drills with an easy session under lights last night. Coach Russell Mosley probably aVroe i^uin,u rxusacii itmji^j p. u.,.iii.., Other Chickasaws who may be will go with the same starting line- slowed for the game include senior up he has used all season with the quarterback Bobby Jones, who was exception of Abbott if he's unable , missed for almost the entire Whitehaven game last week, and end Jimmy Earls. Jones has pampered a slow- mending knee injury for the past two weeks, though he should be able to play tonight. Earls may miss his second complete game because of an old knee injury. to start. This will have Fred Hodge and Freddy Rounsavall at ends. Frank Sparks and Homer FlatHff at. tackles, Jodie Hall and Bo Huffman at guards, co-captain Jimmy Gee at center, and Jones, Freddy Akers. James Privet in the backfield with one of the three fullbacks. Porkers Face Great Passer In Texas Battle By ADKEN COOPER LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The best passer in the nation will be firing at the University of Arkansas Razorbacks tomorrow when they meet the Texas Longhorns before about 36,000 fans in War Memorial Stadium. Papooses Reveal New Class With 28-7 Victory at Newport Texas, depending on an all-out aerial offense built around sophomore Joe Clements, will be favored bv six points over an erratic Arkansas team that hasn't beaten major opponent. The Longhorns were upset by Texas Tech in their opening game but came back to whip Tulane 35-21, • and then lost to Southern California 19-7 and Oklahoma 20-0. The Razorbacks romped over Tulsa 21-6 and Oklahoma A&M 21-0 Frank Sparks . . . Low Driving Tackle Wilson Drives Toward 3B Title With 26-0 Win before getting squashed 26-0 by Texas Christian. The Porkers pro-' duced a strong fourth-quarter rally hist week, but, still fell a touchdown short as they lost to Baylor 25-20. Unreliable on Defense Both teams have been unreliable on defense and the game could turn into a scoring spree with the | Longhorn passes matched against the Arkansas ground attack. The Arkansas ground attack features Henry Moore, an all-con- j'erence fullback last season and now ranked eigluh in the nation in rushing with 315 yards on 46 carries. Moore needs only 79 yards to match the Rnzorbaek rushing record of 1,463 yards set by Clyde Scott, in 1946-48. The game is expected to have little effect on the Southwest Con. ference championship race. Arkan sas htis been counted out aftei losing the two opening conference games, and Texas is not cons-Id ered a factor in the 1955 cam Four County Teams See Battle Tonight A pair of Mississippi County teams will be involved in two District 3B scraps tonight with another member of the league journeying south to do battle with a larger foe. A conference game between j have clean slates. Earle was beat- and Keiser. for tonight. Last year the Porkers whippet WILSON—Wilson's Bulldogs, driving headlong toward District 3B's football championship, extended their conference win skein to fourj Texas 2(1-7 on the way to the South games last night with a rousing 26-0 I west Conference tide. But the conquest of Keiser. ' Longhorns lead 29-7 in the Ion] It was victory number five ior series. The Texan-s have won live the undefeated Bulldogs who have only a tile with Hayti marring an otherwise perfect slate. of the seven games played Little Rock. Soph Starts at Center The Bulldog viciorv over Uie Yel- })hy f ical "ndtion. Only halfback was marked imnrpssive- M «*cy Smith will be missing froiv was mark.d, impies.su , L(mghoni squad The Razo ,. lowjackets was marked, impi ly, by the return of fullback Jack Suggs, who had been out ail season because of a broken arm suffered in preseason practice. Three TD's Suggs scored three of Wilson's four touchdowns. Including one in the first quarter on a 75-yard dash and another in the fourth good for 30 yards. He smashed over from the tour in the third period, Robert, Wright scored the .second Wilson TD in the third period troni 30 yards out. Quarterback Doyle CurptMiiey spin the posts on his first and fourth conversion attempts. Wilson defense con turned the YiM- lowjacke most of attack the tf;im backs will start a sophomore center—a spot that has been weak In depth for two years. The soph is Jay Donathan, 195-pounder from Booneville who was expected (o develop into top lineman in a year or two. He will start in place of Harold Steelman, who was injured in the Baylor gnme. Steclman may pli some, but another lefterman, oren Culpcppev. is expected to play most of the time with the second unit. Couch Jack Mitchell has an- iii.uncpd that Buddy Benson, valuable second unit tailback in 195-1, has been swilchci from quart' crback to right halfback. Benson, well throughout j who has been bothered by a leg • and halicd thej injury, won't start but he definite- only two deep penetrations nuuif by! ly is scheduled to see some action Keiser on the two yard line. The [He'll be able to nm at top speed. first was m the opening quarter and | Mitchell said he put Benson at final min-1 halfback to arid speed to the nm- i ning game. Benson, the fastest H speedy. 160-pounderj man on ihe squad, also is an ex- first season with ihe rollout passer and will add another aerial threat to the Porker attack. Same Porker Backfield Halfbacks Joe Thomason and Preston Carpenter, quarterback Wright., RE; Carpenter, QB; Sano, I George Walker and Moore again HB; Cisscll. HB; Suggs, FB. will comprise the starling taack- the second came in thi utes of the game. Suggs is playing his Bulldogs. He moved to Wilson iron 1 Wynne. Wilson starters were Tranuin. LE; Floyd, LT; Bowen, LG; Carpenter, center, Harnnen, RG; Jones, RT; en by Wilson last week. The other conference game has Lcpanto at Shawnee. Lepanto has a l-'2 conference record and a 1-3 season mark, while the Indians of Shawnee have yet, to win a game in five starts. After three weeks of full-scale league-leader originally scheduled was played last night at Wilson with the Bulldogs racking up their fourth conference victory against no losses by running over the Yel- lowjackets 2fi-0. . Osceola's Seminoles step into the Class A ranks for the fourth time j conference play, the league is shap- tonight when they tangle with thej - ms U p to what will probably be the championship deciding game Nov 4. When Osceola journeys to Wilson to meet the Bulldogs. Both teams are strong. Wilson is undefeated with only a scoreless tie with Hayti marring a perfec record. Osceola has lost two games ™ i outside the conference. bo:h -o big field. ! 8 er teams. One was to Blytheville Clements, who tosses line drives; in the season opener and the other with a short, quirk motion, has was a 14-12 loss to the potent Blue He Hiistlers at Helena. Pirates Third Burdeitc, with a 3-1 conference slate can move forward with a victory over Earle. The Pirates are third in league standings behind Wilson and Osceola, both of whom run up a remarkable record. has completed 39 out of 62 passes (or a .ti~H percentage and -152 yards. Pour of his parses have gone all the way. Mitchell has said that the Rft- zorbacks are likely to have tough time with two big Loniihorn ends, Ed Kelley and Menan Schriewer— both ideal targets for Clements. Another standout for the Steers is veteran guard Herb Gray. Top runner is halfback Walter Fondrcn Third Largest Crmvd The crowd may bn the third largest in the history of the Little Rock stadium. Crowds of about 38,000 each watched the Mississippi and Rice games here last year. Here are the probable lineup- and weights: Texas—Ends Ed Kelley. 200. and Menan Sqhriewe.r, 210, tackle? Garland Kennon, 215, and Bob Tucker, 205, guards Long ford Sneed, 205, and Herb Gray, 210. quarter- Devils of West Memphis. Luxora After First Wii 'Hie Scminoles face District 6A Helena- tonight. They've already beaten two Class A learns, Poca- homas and Marked Tree. Luxora. the county's other Class B team, journey to St. Charles tonight seeking its first victory four games. The Panthers are not taking part in District competition this year back Joe Clements. 175, Walter Pondrcn, 170. halfbacks and Joe Youngblood, 185, and fullback Delano Womack, 175. Arkansas — Ends Teddy Souter, 175, and Billy Lyons. 190, tackles Billy Ray Smith, 215, and Bil Fuller. 215, guards Bobby Gilliam 185, and Waylnnd Roberts, 195 center Jay Donathan, 195, quarter back George Walker, 180, half backs Joe Thomason, 165, and Preb ton Carpenter, 185, and fullback Henry Moore, 190. 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In his pre-game pep talk Coach John Koldus told his boys that football was 75 per cent desire. They proved him wrong. They played as I though desire were more nearly 100 per cent of the game. Reserves Move To prove that the pleasant epi- I demic uf enthusiasm had spread to the entire team, the Pap second stringers entered the game early in the third quarter and drove to the Newport 10 before being stopped. And it was Coach Jim Fisher's shock troops who pulled the razzle- dazzle play of the evening. With Billy Nelson at quarterback, the Paps executed a perfect reverse and Mike Boyd ran for about a 20-yard gain on the play. It took the Bred-up Papooses jusl four plays to hit pay dirt the first time. Jan Jarrett ran the opening kickof! back to the Paps' 40. Four plays later alter Stilwell had fumbled and lost 10 yards, he tossed the ball to Jim Pulley on a pitchout and the speedy fullback rambled 50 yards for a score. Jarrett converted. Screen Pass Works Early in the second period right end Jerry Mauley Sell on a Newport fumble and the Paps were rolling again. After being penalized 15 yards for clipping, Blytheville, using one of its most potent offensive weapons — the screen pass— from Jarrett to Jim Pulley, drove to a nrst-and-ten on the Grey- pups' 30. Then the Paps' southpaw signal caller skirted right end for a touchdown. He went through the line for the conversion. The Paps went all the way again before the first half ended. Newport was pushed back to within the shadow of IK own goal posts after a 6-yard oHside penalty The Pups punted out of. danger and Blytheville took over. Moments later Pulley slarited off tackle and ran 40 yards to the promised land. He bucked the line for the extra point. The Greypups scored their only touchdown late in the last quarter on a long desperation pass from quarterback Dale Harrison to end Mike Buffington which carried 20 yards. Newport had shoved the valiant Pap reserves absolutely no place and so the Pups took to the air in a successful last-ditch attempt to score Third TD for Pulley The final Blytheville score came late in the last quarter when the Blytheville Papoose first string mail carriers alternated to carry the ball to the Newport four. Pulley hit the line Q^'nietV" for his third touchdown of the i \yjjij,, game and Jim Stilwell added the ' jj ett g extra point j Bruce Newport observers in the press Harvison box remarked at how well Jim Pul- Conch Koldus was all smiles in the dressing room after the game. When he could make himself heard above the whoops and hollers, he asked, "Does it feel better to win or lose?" "To win!" was the resounding answer that fairly shook the dressing room. One was certain that the Paps' gloom and doom days were over and 'Happy Days Are Here Again." ley followed his blockers on his H. Pulley Manley . Jarrett Charleston Hands C'Ville20-13 Loss CHARLESTON — The Charleston Bluejays rampaged ahead of Ca- ruthersvllle's Tigers with a fourth quarter touchdown to win 20-13 in a Big Eight Conference game here lust night. Charleston took a first quarter lead and Caruthersville tied the game in the third period. Kenneth Weakley. fullback, .scored all three touchdowns for the Bluejays. George Cook and Bob Bartholomew scored Ior Caruthersville. Weakley forged one yard for Charleston's opening score. The TD concluded an 81 yard drive on 12 plays, including a 55 yard pass play from Joe Carlisle to Weakley. The Bluejays started the second stanza scoring early with Weakley's 13-yard run for the payoff to climax a 49-yard advance on six plays. Carlisle's conversion was good. ; Coach John McGuire's Tribe from CaruthersviHe, which was at first stunned by the powerful Blue- ayjs. who are hopeful of a confer- because of their late start on the gridiron. Last week's 21-12 loss to the Boys Industrial School at Pine Bluff, was the third for LuXora. But the team is showing improvement right along, school officials said. Looney at quarterback is the only experienced boy on the squad. Hal Towles, right end, is expected to miss tonight's game because of an injured back, and fullback Larry Anders will be slowed somewhat. Looney and a pair of fast backs, Wayne Gardner and Joe Oakley, will lead the Luxora attack. ence championship, came to tie the score in the third quarter. 13-7 at Half Cook, the Tigers' right half, raced 29 yards for his touchdown and Jack Taylor's conversion was good. This was in the second Quarter and left the hatftime score 13-7. The touchdown ended a 95-yard march on 11 plays. The drive by John Martin, Bartholomew, Cook and Jim Leslie was started when Leslie returned Charleston's kick from his five to the Tiger 28. Caruthersville's tying touchdown by Bartholomew was .a one-yard gain through the center_of_the line. Taylor's conversion was blocked. Weakley received a hand-off and plunged six inches for his last quarter TD. This ended a 56-yard drive on 10 rushing plays. Carlisle kicked the point after. The game was Caruthersville's second loss against four wins, and made the Tigers' conference record stand at one win and two losses. The Bluejays have four wins, all in conference battles, and no losses. Caruthersville Pos. Charleston Watkins LE Howlett Peters LT Watson Trainor Figgins Taylor . i McCoy . Clayton Martin . Cook ... Leslie .. Bynum LG C LG . LT RE . QB . HB HB . FB .... Small ... Killian ... Bledsoe ... Staples Hill ... Carlisle . Chandler ... Mehler .. Weakley Caruthers- Substitutes ville — Snow. Tanner, J. Streete. T. Streete. Taie. Bartholomew. Hinze and Caruthers: Charleston — Hequembourg, Malugen, Stockman and Moit. LINEUPS POS. . LE .... . LT .... . LG ..., .. C . RG .. . RT ... . RE .. . QB . LHB RHB . FB . touchdown runs. This was a decided improvement. Before last night Pa- stilwell ". poose blocking left something to be \vatson ] desired and when blocking was j p u n cv ' present the eager Blytheville full- s " core b y Q uar ters: back often ran over it. Blyiheville 7 John Logan, reserve end. pulled Newport 0 one of the sparkling defensive plays of the game. In the last quarter he stopped a Newport ball carrier at the last moment and stopped a Newport Buffiugton Adams McCoy — Decker Brooks Castleberry Peters .. Harrison Layne Smith . Whybrew 0 7—28 07—7 Blytheville substitutions: Westbrook, Dallas. Nelson. Jones. Dedman. Htiddleston, Logan. Boyd, Fisher Becknetl Morris, Kelley, ' Gmess R j, elso ^ KUleu _ Oarrl . , Pressley, An- sure touchdown. Logan was the last the Blyiheville goal line at the h wii time he made the tackle. j Scoring- Last nighfrwinVa^ruly a team I Blytheville-TD-J. Pulley 3, Jar- victory and citing individual stars «tt. PAT-Jarrett 3, Sulwell. , would demand naming the entire ' Newport—TD—Buffington. 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