The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1954 · Page 8
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1954 \Jne Jsn L-tark Courier News Sports Editor At Last/ Blind Hog Finds Acorn— But There's Always Another Week The blind hog has found that proverbial acorn ... at long last we finally won at this game of pigskin picking. Not only did we pick 'em better than the winner in the Courier News contest last week, we did things up brown' by bringing home some Jonesboro money, too. In fact, we did much better, in the Jonesboro contest than we did in our own. Missed, two there and five here. But this is a new week and we must set about the task of trying to protect our .792 batting Average. *• * * ;'ARMY OVER MICHIGAN—South Carolina's upset of the Cadetstoss- ed us a mean curve last week. We dare say nobody even dreamed it would happen. After all, haven't moc been sounding off loudly about this year's Army team? They prob- bly had forgotten South Carolina is "still in the Union. But the Cadets- should rebound after last week's nightmare - with the Gamecocks and get back on the right foot in this one. Army by 14 points. :*'..-.*'* TCU OVER 'ARKANSAS — The Ratorbacks proved something last week but so far. we haven't figured but just what. Frankly, with all the moaning and groaning 'coming out of Fayetteville, we' didn't think : they could score 40 points. TCU, on the other hand, looked tremendously impressive in giving Oklahoma's Sooners all they wanted. Which adds up to a slight hint that the Christians might well be the big thorn in the Southwest patch this.year. TCU by 12. * * * GEORGIA TECH OVER SMU — Another case of rebounding is due here. The Techsters hit a mighty tough knot in Florida last week and came off on the short end of a 14-12 score. But in recent years the Ramblin Wrecks haven't been guilty of making the same mistake twice in too many cases. Georgia Tech by 20. * * * NOW. DOWN the hatch with the rest of the Courier News contest Florida over Auburn; California over Ohio State;. Michigan State over Wisconsin; Georgia over Texas A&M; North Carolina over Tulane; Washington over -Oregon State; Duke over, Tennessee; Missouri over Kansas State; Minnesota oyex Pittsburgh. Burdette over Osceola; South Carolina over West Virginia; Maryland over UCLA; Cincinnatti over Tulsa; Bice over Cornell; Southern California over Northwestern; Texas Tech over Oklahoma A&M; Illinois over Stanford; Colorado over Kansas; Wake Forest over North Carolina over Princeton; State; Columbia Holy Cross over Colgate. P. S.—The guy who put out that malarkey about us going to frame that $10 check is off bis channel. What with times like they are who can frame 10 bucks? Paps to Face Maiden At Haley Field Tonight Football Still Tough For Spectator Leahy By STEVE WELLER NEA Special Correspondent SOUTH BEND, Ind. —JNEA) — Although he i completely out of the Notre Dame football" picture thi year, Frank Leahy still is contributing to the succes of the Irish. SPORTS add Football Still 2-30 That's largely because the presence of Leahy and family practically assures a sell-out at home games. • Despite the fact he was watching Ms first Fighting Irish football game as a spectator, the former Notre Dame coach was in a familiar situation as he walked into -the big bowl before the Texas game. He'was surrounded by what looked like enough people to be a starting team. Only this time it was his wife and offspring he convoyed, not a football squad. Mrs. Floss Leahy and six of their eight children had come along to help him root the-Irish home, filling up a box near the 40-yard line. Frank, Jr., 18; Sue, 16; Flossie, 14; Jerry, 11; Jimmy, 7: and Freddie, 5, were there. Leahy's two babies were left behind at his Long Beach, Ind., home. For a few minutes prior to the opening kickoff, The Master enjoyed the life of a garden variety spectator, shaking hands with old friends, getting- the kids arranged in their seats and, for the first time in his life, paying for a Notre Dame program. Once the game was underway, however, a trace of the old tension returned. A standing room throng of more than 57,000 watched the contest, but Leahy's chair, was cold NERVOUS — Spectator Frank when the final gun sounded. Aside* Leahy puts hand to face as from a little wear and tear on the edge of the seat you'd never have known it was occupied. Leahy, whose intense concentration and high-octane worrying forced him to retire from coaching last season after 11 years at Notre Dame, was never in danger of fainting. But he found it impossible to sit back and relax. His edginess was that of a diehard Notre Dame rooter. It was not the soul-sapping anxiety that left him physically spent after every game last season. When the Notre Dame moves against Texas. (NEA) cles to clear before Notre Dame'; season ends in December, but the Texas game was a pleasant way to launch two careers, that of Terry Brennan, winning coach, and Frank Leahy, winning spectator, who can now eat popcorn, second- guess quarterbacks and enjoy all the privileges of his rank. Weighing 220 pounds, U.C.L.A. final score was posted, it was a i tackle Jack Ellena is a former smiling-, brisk-stepping business lumberjack from Susanville, Calif., man who hurried down to the dressing room to congratulate Ter- ry'Brennan, his youthful successor. Actually, after the first half, Leahy could take it easy. When asked how he felt about the situation during the intermission, Leahy replied, "I was pretty shaky for a while there. But once I saw that team -n action, I calmed down in a hurry." » * * Leahy, like Brennan and his staff, gave, credit to ND's rugged linemen, who shut the Texans out for the first time in 76 games. "I couldn't say any one play was the turning point," he said. "It was that constant pressure by the and is a college heavyweight wrestling champion. mistakes and helped Notre Dame control the ball. "Any team that makes a mistake against Terry's squad this season will have to accept punishment for making it," he pointed out. There are still nine tough obsta- 12,786 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Chickasawba District Geneva Franks, A Minor, By Leona Allen, Mother And Next Friend, Pltf. vs. Buferd Franks, Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Buferd Franks, is warned to appear in this Court in thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Geneva Franks. This September 21, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By ERNESTINE PETERSON, D. C. John S. Mosby, Attorney, Lepanto, Arkansas. 9/23-30-10/7-14 Seminoles Set For Burdette Tilt Osceola Team Still Looking for First Victory of Season OSCEOLA —Osceola's Seminoles will make their fourth attempt to pick up their first win of the season tomorrow night when they ourney to Burdette to tangle with Burdette's Pirates. The Seminoles were unsuccessful n their first three tries against Biytheville, Paragould and West VEemphis and they will be gunning or the Pirates in this District 3B game. Burdette, running from the single wing, will be after their third win of the season against only one oss and- will be. out to avenge a licking suffered in last year's game with the Seminoles. However, the Pirates' strong ground game is expected td.be hob- iled somewhat by the injury of Jtieir key offensive, man, .tailback iV. T. Langley. Langley has been limping all week on a bad leg but s expected to start tomorrow night's ray. Bodgers Leads Osceola Osceola's split-T attack is led by quarterback Wade Rogers who has gained plenty of respect from his opponents. 'The 165 pound senior made the all-district team last year and is considered a good bet for all-state honors this year. Coach Bill Beall has not announced his starters for tomorrow night's game as the starting roles were thrown wide open following the loss to West Memphis Friday night.. 'A victory for the Seminoles tomorrow night could easily be the start of a good season, .although the have to overcome three losses to get back at the .500 mark. The Tribe has two experienced men from last year and the pas three ball games have given the team plenty of experience regardless of the losing phase of the game and have shown signs of capability to come around to where they might easily be a tough opponent for any of the teams on their schedule the, remainder of the way. Juniors Seeking 3rd Straight Win Blytheville's undefeated Papooses will try for victory No. 3 under the lights of Haley Field tonight when they meet the Maiden, Mo., juniors.—'The opening kickoff is set for 8 o'clock. Tonight's game will start a four* game home series for the Paps and it will be the first of two games they have scheduled with the. Missourians this season. As last season, the Paps tusseled with Maiden on a "home - and home" plan. They will return the Missourian's visit on October 28th this year. In two close games last season the~Fst>s defeated Maiden in both by close scores. The Juniors from Missouri's "boot heel' will be here to even up the percentage^ promising four quarters of excitement for the fans. Monday and Tuesday Coach Jim Fisher worked, the boys on the fundamentals of blocking and tackling with particular emphasis on blocking in the secondary which has been the weak point all season. in the Pap's defense. He toughened the boys with a scrimmage against the high school reserves. The pre-game coaching wound up with usual light work-out yesterday afternoon. Caruthersville B Team Wins Tigers' Reserves Take 41-0 Victory Over Kennett Motorcade Planned OSCEOLA—A motorcade of Osceola rooters will accompany the Osceola Seminoles to Burdette tomorrow night leaving at 6:45 pan. from the high school. Principal Herbert Smith announced anyone interested in joining the motorcade should be at the high school prior to the 6:45 starting time. fn Good Shape Still defying tradition, Coach Fisher said after the Wednesday workout that all the players are in good physical condition. The Paps are expected to improve each game as-most of'the ' squad are playing their first year of football Only three lettermen from last year's team are on the squad this year. In spite.of an inexperienced and untried squad, Coach Fisher did not hesitate to take on a tough schedule and is putting his boys up against the top Junior Hi teams in Arkansas, Missouri, and Tennessee. Their condition and training must be good—no serious injuries in any game to date. Their sportsmanship must be "tops" with not a single roughness penalty charged against them in the Burdette game last week. Practically the entire squad saw service at Burdette last week. Boys who may not be in the starting lineup looking good are six-foot-two Robert Brown, a 170 pound end, Billy Harrison, tackle, along with Harold Pulley also a tackle. Coach terms Robert White and Danny Bratcher "slick passing quarter-backs." The Co'alter-Moore team of aerialists can be expected to show off their skills in the air. Both do well on the ground too. Coach Fisher said his starting line up would probably be: Willie Wilford, Left End; John Taylor, Left Tackle; John Nelson, guard; James Sadlin, Center; Steve McGuire, Right Guard; Harold Colman, Right Tackle; Eddie Gillis, Right End; Charles Coalter, By SONNY SANDERS CARUTHERSVILLE — The .Tig- j ers B football team succeeded in obtaining a 41-0 victory in their season's opener here Tuesday night when they played host to Kennett's B team. At the halfway point in the first quarter, Caruthersville quarterback Johnny Martin ran 25 yards for a touchdown. Giff Edgerton ran for the extra point. The Tigers recovered a punt by the Indians on Kennett's 'One yard line, George Cook, playing right half, bucked the line. Edgerton ran another extra point. Halfback Edgerton ran 8 yards for the game's third TD after the Tigers had recovered the fumble on Kennett's 8. BiH r "Watkins ran for the extra.to make the score 21-0 in favor of John McGuire's Tigers at the end of the first quarter. In the second period, Edgerton ran 31 yards -for his second touchodwn. I Don Woody ran the extra. That completed the scoring in the first half. Watkins bucked the line in the third to be followed by George Cook running the extra. Edgerton ran 6 yards and crosse the goal line in, the fourth only t find that Caruthersville was pena lized by clipping. With the ball o Kennett's 44, Martin passed to Ed gerton who made the TD to conclud the scoring. SOOTHING—-Dolores Lazar's soft touch puts Top Record to sleep on his feet. ^The trotter ,-will compete in harness races ! at the New Jersey State Fair in 1 Trenton. (NEA) Kennett Mason H. Cook Presson Cook Crittendon Ford Kir km an Rickie Wallace Ross Bailey L. E. L. T. L. G. C. R. G. R. T. R. E. Q- B. L. H. R. H. F. B. Caruthersvill •J. Street Traino A. Hick Davi C. Snoi L. McCo: Clayton Martin Edgertor G. Coo Watkin Quarterback; Ed Moore, Left Half back; Bobby Joyce or Billy Ross Right Halfback; Jimmy Pulley Fullback. 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Probable starters for the Osceola team tonight in their search for the third win of the season will be: Ed Weldon, left end; Doug Meadows, left tackle; Bob Porter, left guard; Billy Robbins, center; Robert Sanders, right guard; Mark Chitwood, right tackle; J. W. Reese, right end; Ray Mann, quarterback; Lloyd Moore, left halfback; Jerry Hill, rignt halfback; and S.. E. Stovall, fullback. From Marked Tree comes one of their finest junior teams in years according to : -advance notices and as always when Osceola and Marked Tree meet on the gridiron plenty of action can be expected. Big 7 and A A Races At Peak This Week 24 Conference Games Slated In State Schoolboy Action By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Big Seven high school football, race will be under way in full force after tomorrow^ night's games. Little Rock goes to Hot Springs and North Little Rock entertains El Dorado, thus getting every Big Seven team in the standings with at least one conference game. Class AA and Class A teams follow the same pattern, bringing to 24 the total number of high school conference games scheduled tomorrow night. Little Rock is twice-beaten after three straight games with out-of- state teams. The Tigers whipped Treadwell High of Memphis 34-14, and then found the going too tough. They lost 2-0 to Texarkana, Tex., and found themselves buried 46-20 by Istrouma High of Baton Rouge, La. . In contrast, Hot Springs has not won a game this season. The Trojans' only conference game was a 38-0 loss to Texarkana. Last week they fell to Benton 6-0. Wildcats Play El Dorado North Little Rock has been beaten once going into its conference opener with'rugged and undefeated El Dorado. El Dorado's rampaging halfbacks Bobby Bates and James Mooty have been a big factor in 'hree straight victories. One of the wins was a Big Seven conquest of Port Smith. In other Big Seven games Texarkana hosts Camden, Fort Smith meets Joplin, Mo., and Pine Bluff takes on Greenville, Miss. In District 4AA the Smackover Buckaroos, with two conference victories behind them, take on Magnolia, which has won one game. Fordyce, another team with one conference victory, tries for a second with the once-beaten Bobcats at Hope, ' The other 4AA teams play non- conference games at home. Arkadelphia meets Bismarck, Fairview takes on Gurdon and Crossett plays Monticello. Newport vs. Jonesboro Two games are scheduled in District 1AA. Fayetteville's Bulldogs go to Rogers and Springdale visits the Van Buren Pointers, who are undefeated and favored to win the 1AA title. Newport's high scoring Greyhounds go against the Jonesboro Golden Hurricane in the only District 2AA game this week end. All of the District 3AA teams are going out of the conference. Conway goes to Clarksville, Malvern. entertains Sheridan and Russellville takes on Harrison. We Have Moved to 118 N. 2nd Street "Ready to serve you in all your Insurance Needs!" 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