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BATURDAT, NOVEMBER It 195B (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS PACK FITS Chicks Roll for 46-7 Victory Blytheville showed its power to the Greyhounds last night, outracing the Newport eleven for a 46-7 homecoming victory before a near capacity crowd at Haley Field. After a slow slart, the Chicks rolled fast during the middle portions of the game. They scored once late in the first period, three times in the second, twice in the third and Once in the fourth. Following is a play-by-play account of the game. Newport won the toss and received with Blytheville defending the south goal. Abbott's kick went to the 15 and Brownstein fought back to the 25 before being stopped by Abbott. The Greyhounds went to work as If they hadn't heard of the Chicks' defensive power and drove quickly to the Blytheville 40 before the march was halted. Hall knifed Byrd on the first play, but then the speedy halfback picked up 12 and three on two tries. McDonald, another speedster, got . six and three for a first down on * the Newport 49. The middle of the line opened a gaping hole for Robbins and the burly fullback drove for another Jirst on the Blytheville 40. Kick J.oscs The Chicks stiffened here and McDonald, trying to kick, booted (he ball straight out of bounds and had to take a net loss of two yards. The Tribe took over on its own 40. Abbott powered for seven on a reverse and Moore gets six on the wingb.-ick reverse with fine blocking by Jones, Hall and Huffman. It was the first penetration of Newport territory for the Chicks. Akers drove over the strong side for a seven yard pickup, but on the next play he nearly lost the ball trying to pass and was dropped for a 12-yard loss to the Chick 48. Abbott could get only five back and dropped back to kick. The punt went out of bounds on the 27. Penalty Hurls Byrd's fast drives through the line from a lineup similar to Arkansas' pigeon-toed T gained well but a 15-yard penalty against the 'Hounds nullified most, of the yardage and Newport had to kick from its own 31. McDonald again failed to get the kick off well and the ball went out of bounds at the Newport 35 for a five-yard net. The Chicks went to work this time and scored their first TD in short order. Akers set it up quickly with fine drive over the strong side for I 30 yards to the five. ' He moved H tu the one fool mark 1 in two tries and Abbott took it over from there. Akers 1 kick was wide and the Chicks led 6-0 with two minutes left in the opening frame. Byrd returned Abbott's kickoff from the .seven to the 20. McDonsild was topped twice and Robbins got eight :is the quarter ended with the Greyhounds just short of a first down on their own 26. Blocking Sharp McDonald got off a nice kick this time with the ball rolling out of bounds on the Blytheville 28. Akers started the drive behind beautiful blocking by Jones, Abbott, Hall and Huffm yard advance. He go' midfield. Hoctee got the three on an end around and Moore sped 10 to a first on the Newport 35 on the reverse. Earls almost made a beautiful cai was just a little high. Akers picked up eight *with good blocks from Jones. Moore, Hall and Huffman. Then with fine interference by Jones. Abbott and Huffman, Moore got a first down on the 12 with a 15 yard jaunt. three scored In the second quarter, i Then n neat bit of play calling on - :-.._-..! :_- ! fj rsl down, with Newport bunched Akers again missed the conversion. Co-Alter Gets Kick \ Jones' onsides kick was recov- j ered by Coalter in a nice bit of j work at the Ncwoprt 46. i Akers goi ,20 yards on the first I play with Jones flipping a lackler i in a somersault wiih a beautiful I ankle high block to shake him i loose. i Abbou, Moore and Jones on a! sneak got another first on the 15 , in nearly a 10-man line, shook Jones loose over center far behind the defenders and Akers lobbed a little pass to him for the trot into the end oi-.ne. Akers kicked true and Chicks were 26-0 at the half. Abbott took the third quarter kickuff on the 25 and bulled his had a first on the 47. Interception Byrd, passing from the reverse, threw long but Akers hauled It in on the Blytheville 25 and returned 26 to the 46. Jones, working from the spllt-T the got 12 on .-. keeper, but there the attack stalled for three plays. Then with a fourth and eight on and Akers. with good protection i from Abbott tossed perfectly to j Jones and the seven and Bobby \ forced his way to the end zone. \ fa- power with a beautiful 21-yard bucking the last tackier the final i • " two yards. i Akers' kick was good but a 15- j on tin; • the Newport 39, Akers again threw way back to the 44 and it took ! to Jones in the open over center and the Tribe to i Bobby shook off a shoulder tackle j attempt at the 10 and scampered on for the score. :ain Akers kicked good and had just six plays for -score again. Abbott's Power Shows On the first play Abbott showed to do it over, this time from five iiin wth'a I* y ard Penalty put the ball on the; ? nine more to 17 and lhe mighty mile lai!lwck l amnemoie w | calmly s[cppcd bnck and toed an-! other perfect strike for the extra ; point, The ball was actually spotted \ at about the 25. Abbott's KicK.011 to the 15 was brought back to the 33 by Brown- ^==HEi 3£^«<K«2 yards farther out, but he did and the Chicks led 39-0 with five minutes left in the third period. With mostly reserves in the game from here on the Tribe continued out of bounds at the Blytheville 26. Pass Clicks Akers. Abbott and Moore moved j the ball to midfield, and Akers hit, Moore with a short running pass | smash through the middle. Abbott picked up five and Privett, on a wingback reverse with good running got eight. With a fourth and one situation [ to"m'atch "the"oreyhounds point-tor on the 16, Abbott took the ball tor im jn the final quarter the usual tirst down smash, but the - - •burly fullback saw daylight across , the line, cut back to the left nicely I and ran right by the secondary for | the score. I Akers kick was blocked. cu ^ mi _ „,.„,,,„„ „„ „,..., ... ' Abbott racked up Brownstein af- j the fourth quarter when Jayroe : tor he returned Gee's kickoff from i fumbled at the line on a fourth I the 15 to the 30. Byrd is stopped and one try. Spread Formation In the remainder of the third period, the Chicks held following the kickof! and McDonald kicked out at the Blytheville 38. The Chicks started a drive which ended at the Newport 35 early in e o . I after a yard gain on the sp!it-T reverse with Hodge breaking up the play well. and the sophomore halfback ran Akers drove over the strong side well to the Newport 13, the play ! for the TD. It was the first of. good for 30 yards MOORE SF.TS UP TD — Blytheville used the running pass to good advantage last night with talented Freddy Akers doing the tossing to a host of receivers. On this one, Soph Halfback Ed Moore hauls it in on the Newport 18. Another pass netted the TD just before the half ended. (Courier News Photo) Seminoles Trounce Paragould 27-7 Tigers Gain Heights, Fell Zebras 27-0 By RAY STEPHENS The Osceola Seminoles proved to be too much for the The Associated Press Paragould Bulldogs at Hale Field last night as they rolled | Little Rock's awesome Tigers, counted clown and out up 227 yards rushing to 86 for the Bulldogs in the first half! a ( the start of the football season, have once_ again established i . i („ „ OT H tttfinw nweir itiA /t A Cntlfpl'PTirfi PO- 4 limt-.r«r\1imr -if Hin mncl ru"m and went on to a leaders. The Seminoles took the opening ;._ kickolt and with the running of Jerry Hill, S. E. Stovall and Nelson Hopkins moved the ball to the Paragould one. where Stovall scored and Hopkins converted. Tied at 7-7 The Bulldogs took the kickoff and siter a scries of running pla;.s, Billy Vance skirted left end or 12 y-.ivcis and a TD. George Magg added the point to tie the count. But the Seminotcs came baek at- er the kickoff and moved to the Paragouki three as the first quarter ended. On the first play of the second quarter, Jerry Hill swept 27-7 victory over the 3A conference co- PorfagevilleGets over site Eleven themselves as the most powerful team in Arkansas. The Tigers, making full use of tense was a lowly 69 yat their superb defense and tremcn-j Little Rock rolled up 311 yards dous depth, sin -hed the Pine fusing and got 39 more on Ham- Bluff Zebras 27-0 on the Zebras' home ground last night to win montl Satterfield's clutch passing. Probably the biggest difference their fourth straight " Big Eight between the two teams, however. Conference championship. ] was depth. Little Rock always has It was the seventh Little Rnrrkia manpower edge against any Ar- championship in the eight years kansas foe—and the drop in ef- that Wilson Matthews has coached the Tigers. Little Rock started this season with three consecutive losses, but now has won seven in a row, including live consecutive conference games. ficiency between Tiger units often is minute. Akers Brilliant Akers. the brilliant Blytheville halfback and tailback who's been the prime mover of the Chick at- all season, put on a one-man The Tigers still must play their arch foe. North Little Rock, on ' FortaKCville Bulldogs whipped Bur and passed for 107 more in the 46-1 Akers scooted 104 .yards rushit victorv. (Courier News Photo] Football Scores Arkansas High School Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . Canden 14, Magnolia 7 Osceola 27, Paragould 7 Monticeilo 18, Fordyce 7 Stamps 50, Horatio 0 Hope 34, Arkadelphia 7 St. Anne's 39. Havana 0 Fort Smith 13, North Little Rock 13 (tie) Benton 25, Conway 20 Pairview 12. Crossett 7 Fayetteville 28, Hunlsville 7 Jonesboro 20, Helena 0 Warren 40, Lake Village 0 Batesville 39, Pocahontas 0 De Witt 39, Brinkley 19 Little Rock 27, Pine Bluff 0 Rison 46, St. Charles 0 Gillett 14. Marvell 13 El Dorado 26, Hot Springs 6 Dumas 7. Dermott 0 Greenwood 21. Alma 0 Mountain Home 21, Harding of Searcy 12 De Queen 36, Texarkana 6 Cabot 25, Bald Knob 0 Dierks 33. Pryifo 7 Mai-ianim 34, DCS Arc 0 Stuttgart 33, Searcy 20 Maivern 23. Smackover 13 Subiaco 27, Russellville 7 Walnut Ridge 9, Augusta 0 Blytheville 46. Nepwort 7 Rogers 38, Tahlequah. Oklt P.ifls 21. Mansfield 0 Waldron 27, Mena 7 Hartford 14. Charleston 6 Wyanne 19. McCrory 6 John P.-.yne. tailback, passed 25 . ; yards to Billy Lansley. right end, where Hopkins took a pitchout nntl ran around left end for the score. Hopkins again converted. The third quarter opened with another Scminolc.touchdown, this innt> by Hopkins, who ran left, end asam. lor 25 yards and a score. Hopkins made the conversion. Slopped At Knur , g p,,^. Paragould reached Osceola's four! v p an key in the last quarter, but they were, s -, lc!lr i n . unable to hit pay dirt. Osceola Coach Walts' Jackson said, "Tim boys played one of their best! ^^ games of the season." He refused, Bln . k to single out one man but said alii ^u^ played well. The Seminoles 'host the Fi?ROti Mohawks n.;xl Friday at Hale Field j Em .(i c ttc in a non-conference game. iPl two tics. In other Big Eight games last •>« v-,rrt<= lor me Bur- m - nt ' Norlh Ultl= HCKi " ed F ° rt "r ,11 '",, «,nri»ri Smith 13-13 on Henry Roberts' pass dcttc sriye. n,e touchdov ended minutes; Freddy Nil"";;" s"r'' ,1 o U« extra Akers put on the most brilliant Miiton B,^.- am to. me extra offensjve show Qf [he Eeason to point was .-non. ^ ,• , „ r tend Blytheville over Newport 46-7: ter TD before B down plunge by Charles Abbott. hls^el low mauler, wlthj 30-yard touchdown in the rout. D. Payne ! Aycock j S tat!cr . j J. Payne lend Blytneviiie over Newport 40-1: i l/A|'|fOrC rlnixil scored a first quar-, E , Dorado capitalized on Hot I VI IWI J IllflJIl Burdette got posses-1 Sprlngs . mistakes for a 26-6 vie- SWC Campaign Against Ponies Paratrotild Mage; Straub Earnhcart Goodwin .. Hollis .... Collins Hays Whilhite . Wilford ... Vance Maxwell .. ParaKould Osceola . I'ns. Osreula Reese i Portageville POS. . . LE .. LT .. LO ... C . RC .. RT . RE . QB . HB . HB . FB 0 ... 6 I lory; and De Queen dumped Tex Porlaircvllle! arkana 36-fi on Jerry Killian's Mltllins Meatte ..... Howard Branham Brands Crockett Tidwell Moody Swims Sutherland Goodman 00—6 0 7 — 20 . . L.T. . L.G. .. C. .. R.G. . R.T. R.E. Q.H. . H.B. " B. . F.B. . 7 0 . 7 13 sion. Joe Sutherland passed ten .. Hulscs'j y art is to Charles Moody who ran Robbins l onr y 31 .(j [ Or the score, ending a .... Ellis go-yard drive on 14 plays. Bob How.. Sinitii . (1 vrVs Kiel: tor the extra was not ... Lucas; g 00t j. •' GC 'ak >! Branham Recovers !ll ° e "I!! n j! Porlanevillc's Jeff Branham re- wcld'on'covered" a fumble by Burdette's ' "I OVI H , Langley and Jack Goodman ran 'n"o— 7i 86 i' ards oa the ncxt play for " IT ' Portageviile TD. Howard kicked " ! the extra to put Portaeeville ahead I The Boyette boys are well known in lootbaLI circles around the University of North Carolina this year. 13-6 at the half. The third quarter was scoreless hut Goodman scored again in the fourth. The Portageville fullback versitv 01 iNori.li oiiiuiiim 1,111., .,..«.. IUH.LH. ii.^ * u. ... D —....- — Charles and Bill are on the varsity made good on a one-yard line buck squad Brother Bob is on the fresh-'l to end a 51-yard drive on a series man team. of plays which were helped by DALLAS Iff}— A couple of disappointed football teams get together Jerry .:parkling performance. | Nine thousand fans watched Lit-i tie' Rock's near-perfect defense j quell the vaunted striking power; of Pine Bluff. The game was' played in the Zebras' end of the field except tor a fourth quarter Pine Bluff move that just barely got post midfield. The Zebras' two great runners, t •— - " , — ., Rex Hardister and ~Royce White, here today as Arkansas closes its • never could get moving against j Southwest Conference schedule, the Tiger defenders, led by Frank against Southern Methodist. I John, the deaf boy who plays man-; Arkansas was champion last yean ovpr-center. \ and came back with most of the Pine Bluff's passing perfection-! team .that won the title. Southern I ist, Bubba Ferguson, also was i Methodist u'as one of the outfits j favored for the crown this season. The Razovbncks lost their tirst Wo confevence games and tied A&M, and by the time Jack Mitchell's pigeon-toed T began to click had already been eliminated. SMU Has Lotsa Power SMU, with power to burn, has romped to 303.1 yards per game on offense and leads the league in defense btit has a lusterless season record of three victories against four defeats. The Mustangs have won Atkins 13. Dardanelle 12 Trumann, ,34, Harrisbnrg 12 Carlisle 33. Mamlct Cove 7 Star City 28, Elldora 20 Bismarck 26, Arkansas Deaf School 6 Nashville 26, Ourdon 0 Southeast IHissmirl Portageville 27, Burclctte 6 Piggott 19.-Maiden 18 Chaffee 34, E. Prairie 6 Dexter 51, Jackson 13 Kennett 14. Hayti 12 Charleston 26. Cape Oirardeau 7 Poplar Bluff 20, Cairo 13 > Newport, passing from a spread formation, had two long ones bat- A pass play was broken up. but ted down by Moor6| but another Blytheville drew a 15-varder for | roughmg the passer penalty gave roughing the passer, and Newport the . Houn d s a first at the 50. * * * . Hohn hit Decker and so did Coulter for five yard gain. A pass to McDonald was good for seven with McGuire and Perry making the stop. Ward hit Byrd who did a neat bit of broken field running to advance to the 10 before being topped by McGuire. Bobbins on a fullback draw from the spread got seven to the three and then scored on a handoff. He also kicked the point for all of Newport's scoring. Coalter electrified ttie crowd on the following kickoff with a fine 90- yard touchdown return. The reserve sophomore halfback tteaked down the right sideline corridor set up by some beautiful blocking by the entire team, got a, final key block, from Bob Robert- ion and outran the defenders to the goal. Akers kicked perfectly and that ended It 46-7. The reserves continued to contain. the Newport passing attack from the spread during the final minutes, taking over for some offensive work by the third string after Privett intercepted Hohn's long pass beautifully at the Blytheville three and cut back up field with good blocking and fine broken field running to the Chick 36. After Privett and Jayroe gained eight. Coalter drove 20 to the Newport 35 on a v,-ingback reverse be, hind the blocking of McGuire, George and Robertson. Pulley, up from the Paps, got t 1 ice and Slay ton got one but it w isn't enough and New-port took. over. ~"~ "~ Layne got wide open in Blytheville territory but dropped Ward's perfect pass and Byrd, on a short pass was stopped by Scott, Pulley and Lundstedt at the final whistle. 1 A /* 8 \ 1& ff * ^fe "U *t *^ WilsonWins,21-l3, Over Corning 'Cats stopped. The Zebras got only 16 yards in the air. Their total of penalties against Burdette. The Pirates were penalized 20 yards and would have been penalized an additional 15, had the ball not been on the four-yard line. This penalty gave Portageville the ball conversion kick was on the one. Howard's good. Kennett Nips Hayti ln14-12Tiff STATISTICS Ely. 16 8 5 292 Newport CORNING — Wilson's Johnny.? Rotifers returned the opening kick- 1 off 40 yards to set up a 30-yard TD • run by Jack SUKg and the Wilson' Bulldogs went on to score a 21-13 win over Corning here last night, ; in , a non-conference game. First downs Pass attempts 8 18 Pass completions 5 6 Net Rushing 292 117 Yards Passing 107 73 Total oilense 403 190 Pass Interceptions 2 0 Penalties 6 for 60 1 for 15 Punts (average) 1 for 20 4 for 21 I Fumbles 2 2 Opp Ftimbls. Rec. 1 1 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING , a non-cone . ^aa ma Mickev Cissell and James Sano. fi dirt' on a 15-yard run. Quarterback - . Doyle Carpenter convened. •« .ffl -g <*,} ! Carpenter scored the Bulldogs' s£,|«| 4 \ final TD on a sneak play ivom the; I *"* 1 W KENNETT — - ans edged past Hayti's Indians. | ing's touchdowns and Smith kicked 14-12, in a non-conference battle ! one conversion. here last night. ! Wilson closes out Portageville controlled the ball throughout the game and got within *.*. -. -•— >- . nine yards of a score in the third j only one conference game, a deci- quarter and within five yards in j sion over cellar-dwelling Rice. the last quarter. The Razorbacks, with halt- Bowl Bids at Stake Today By ED COKRIGAN The Associated Tress The mighty Oklahoma Soon- ers, boasting the longest current winning streak in college football, forgot about the Orange Bowl today to concentrate on winning their 8th consecutive Big Seven title The No. 1 nationally Sooncrs, who became assured of going to the Orange Bowl last week by whipping Missouri for their 28th straight victory, played Iowa Stale at Norman in one of the top games on Ihe national program. Since the Sooncrs have won 51 straight in the conference, Iowa State's hopes are forlorn at best. An Oklahoma victory, coupled with a Nebraska defeat by Colorado, will give the Sooners the conference title. Nebraska now Is tied with Oklahoma for the league lead at 4-0, but even if they bent Colorado today nnd the Sooncrs next week, the Cornhuskers can't go to Miami. Maryland Seeks Assurance Maryland, the No. 2 team behind Oklahoma in The Associated Press football poll, had a date with Clemson, and a victory would assure the Terps of at least a tie for the Atlantic Coast Conference championship. The AAC, like the Big Seven, has a contract with the Orange Bowl. The Rose Bowl could be half filled If Michigan State got past Minnesota and Indiana upset Michigan. Tills would automatically send the Spartans westward with a 5-1 league record. The best the Wolverines could do then would be 5-2, even if they beat Ohio State next week. However If, Michigan wound up with a victory over Indiana, then went on to lick the Buckeyes, the Wolverines would be In, IJCI.A Favored UCLA, the favorite to clinch the Pacific Coast Com'crcnce Rose Bowl assignment, had n date with so-so Washington. The Uclans sport .. 4-0 mark, while Oregon State, the only other team in the running, has a 4-1 record, and took on hapless California. "Jim Davidson ran for the extra : standoff' last week, point, giving Kennett a 7-0 half-, .I'ilson POS time margin. Teal Tom Shirey, Hayti halfback, ran • Jones 44 yards for a third quarter TD; Bowen LG I on the first play after Hayti recov-; Dan Carpenter .. C ered a fumble. Ernie Chism's extra Harnden RG point kick was not good. | Floyd RT Hayti took the lead in the last Tr.innuin . RI-. quarter wtih a ten-yard pass from : Doyle Carpenter QB Jim Richard to Shirey. who was ; SUCK HB standing in the end zone. Chism'f j Sar.o HB kick for the conversion was not j Cissell FB good. | Kennett surged into power late in ; .. S. Kins | yard run later in the period to put ; Abbott ... I.m'lsfv ' Tulsa in front auain. . Whitaker .. Parish . Johnson ... Cavitt Yale was out to clinch the T\. League title against Princeton, i '™ game on a 7o-yarrt inn jy , while Army and Navy hoped to J" ds ° n . wll ° then I"" 550 " lo whlte rebound from losses of a week fnr thp <•-<"""•«'""- Courier News denied Ads. •llbs'itilU'S: Blytheville — Earls, In the tin;.] manor. Arkansas i Nelson. Bratchcr. Privett. Coalter, <rnreil ai-ain with' Woodman i-nrry- I McGtiire. Jayroe. Perry, Lundstedit, inn ovi-r oil a plun-e fnun six i Robertsoiv. George. Scott, Barnes, iiu-ivs awnv A 30-y:ird pass from i Smythe. McDermott, Slayton, Rm- Mikc Cni.-.py to D.ilc Boutwell. plus | fro. Pulley; Newport—Ward. Lan,i peiulty, put i ho ball in scoring drum, Sheppard, Hout, Dickerson, ;ss uailiornia. leuuunu nuin iu.ihK.-5 ui H WCITR. The Cotton Bowl could wind up =80. The Cadets had Penn as their i '' '" with the victor of the Texas-Texas Christian game In Austin. With Texas A. and M., the Southwest Conference leader on probation and not permitted to piny in postseason games, the second place club in the league will act as the home team in the Cotton Bowl should the Aggies win the title. West Virginia, openly hoping for a Sugar Bowl bid, had a date with Pitt, a rugged customer. Auburn After Bid Auburn, which would settle for a Cotton or Sugar Bowl berth, played Georgia in one of Dix.ie's oldest rivalries. Auburn and Mississippi are battling for the Southeastern Conference crown. The winner probably will go lo the Sugar Bowl, the loser 1 to the Cotton Ole MlM plays a non-lengue game with Houston tonight. opponent while the Middies were i ^"' cs it Columbia . _ ' TT to Notre Dame, getting bigger with; ^" rfln ]|., each passing week, paid a call on North Carolina. Georgia Tech. Noggle iNortn Carolina. Lieorgia ici;n. ,/•;..,:: stunned for the second lime Ihis: £,,rn«"' season last week, figured to fatten up at the expense of Alabama . Miami Rolls In last night's top action, Miami swept to an .easy 46-0 aerial victory over Bucknell and Detroit climbed over the .500 mark for the first time this season with a 6-0 decision over Villanova. Omnha knocked Idaho Slate from the ranks of the undefeated with an 18-1 win. state had won eight in a row, while Omaha has lost only one of nine. Bill Enget- hnrdl of Omaha, the nation's total offense lender nmong the small college players, picked up 93 yards r ~ Diehard ' Hayti .. Kennett FB , rushing and 165 passing. back Preston Carpenter not likely to play because of a throat infection, and halfback Joe Thomnson out with a broken arm, won't be at top strength. SMU is In excellent physical condition. A crowd of 30,000 IK expected In the Cotton Bowl. I The kickoff it at 2 p.m. ^H^M^HMK^^^2^ESjK&5^^KjU|A^H^EiHHHMHIIIMMMBHHMHMnMHB BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Nov. 14 8:15 p.m. Red Roberts, Butch Boyette and Tony Gardinia —Vs.— Dick Stcinborn, Bill Curry and Jack Welch <)0 Minute Time Limit — Hcsl 2 nut of S Kails Adults 50c — Children 15c Three 1-Foll Matches: Roberts vs. Curry Boyette vs. Steinborn Gardenia vs. Welch 3ft Minute Time Umrt

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