The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 6
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PAGE SBC Chicks BlyfhevilleWins By 7 fo 6 Margin In Forrest City CLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mi tint Defeat of '47 For Claw A Winners In Star* Competition •r G«arte CUrk (C»»rier Newi Sports Writer) FORREST CITY, Ark., Nov. 28.— Blythevllle High School's resurgent Traylor to nut on fliclr best run ning exhlbltlotis of Oie season. . One ot the Chicks' biggest' assets was (lie flue quarterbacklng of Jnck Elliott. He mixed (he plays ui nicely and handled (he IxiJ) like a veteran, and his tricky maneuvers kept the Mustangs guessing. Blythcvlllc yielded 18 first clowns to Hie Mustangs wlillc they were rolling up only 15, but Hie Chicks moved In to slop (lie hard-charging Forrest city backs when the chips were down and they pretty well covered the much talked about passing attack of the Mustangs allowing only three completions In nine attempts for a gain or 26 yards and they intercepted three tosses Chicks Pen»li«d 100 Yards The game was frequented witli n Chicks hung np their battered foot- icnaltles, most or them against the - ing games ever witnessed In East- aes. The Chicks opened the battle with The game marked the climax of the Chicks' most successful season in flve years, giving them seven wins against five losses and a per- Texas Blasts Aggies 32 to 73 To Meef 'Bama in Sugar Bow/ (Unite? ,S %rtt,U«r) I "M^M," 1 ? NEW YORK. Nrw. 9R. (IIPl_ ,,, " ' °.\?' Cor " c11 - * • - ......... --o oi~<i» lyrutri NEW YORK, Nov. 28. (UP) _ Texas scouts Imcl no doubt vrtwt their own Bobby L.V-M «n do «n o n ,d the 32-13 victory over fcxw c •„ Co tacnc 21 to . - ,... v, 1V i wi ^lvtl. • William and Mary round opposition in down!*"- "'-' • ~0, and thereby Approximately 4,000 football-mad with * <„£.« ft fl cnmc " p «P«t«tors, Including a hundred or I „,L,, ^ 0 /, q J,"^ T'"" 8 """^ so frcm'Blytheville, Jammed Smith ,,"i, T, 5 , McParl(1 » (I «md Tray^^, „• J .'.«£" ' KM In the drivers' seal to move the "'is i,»n „„ [he way to Mus( ,.„,„„ vjsvjjiu nn; IJHIUC Wll|] a scoring threat Immcdlntply after recclvhiR thc opening klckofl Trav- n^ ^ i> • i ----- lor took thc opening boot oii tifc t pU unl)c « lcn but once-tied ChlCltS 1 10 Blld dBShfd Bll Ihn w n v ' ^^ "^"^ GeOf ^ Tech, proto (lle » before being b.o"^'^,^ S2S» £?L?™" S O ^'« '" *'Quarterback Elliott reached rtcpji ' — just what kind of competition I tarry Gl(jncr will give blond Bobby In the Sugar Bowl. Texas won the Invitation to meet Bums In New Orleans New Year's dny by steamrollering to a uln ov- "r the ARglcs before 41,000 at College Station, Tex., yesterday, and tonight In Miami, Alabama winds ip Its regular season. . The selection of Texas, beaten only by SMU Hits year, lo meet Mice-defeated Alabama left only he Orange Bowl thc senior postseason classics without its contestants. Thc Miami game was expected to pit unlmilcn but once-tied DiMaggio Named Most Valuable in American League NEW YORK, Nov. 28. <UP)-By tie margin or an obscure loth place vote, Joltln' Joe DIMagiUo of tlic New yoi-k Yankees today nosed oiil Ted Williams, llic bean-town bean-pole of thc Red Sox for the American League's most valuable player award In the closest race for the honor in history. , 35 lo ' The two premier sluggers of lh> South- '.American League, both previous win I. a bid ably hav meed later, possibly Sunday. !i other scattered turkey dav games .Rutgers outlasted Brown. 27 to 20; Arkansas was paced lo a 27-13 Arkansas was over Maggie got, which gave him a"single point in thc balloting system uwd by the'baseball writers' special 24- nian selection committee. lanta Saturday. The 24 writers. from ca'rfi - - - --- — j*.*.-,iin;, jnutiuuu £>miin Stadium to capacity to witness this annual classic between two traditional Thanksgiving rivals and every one of them walked away from the contest completely they had received satisfied that their money's *—x ; . "-""cu uiuir mone worth in thrills and excitement. It was the first defeat of the «ewon for the Thoroughbreds, who are rated as one of the top contenders for thc state Class A crown •gainst 10 wins and a tie. The Far-' rv\ T'i*??' who are representing District 6 in. the Class B championship playoff, battled the Mustangs - - - - leadlock earlier this season. sangs' 15 Hut a fumble stopped the threat and Forrest City took ever on their both deIenslvel J' lool!ed showed . , ^ mj HJL.jr Q1IUWCU — ~ strain under the pressure » long »nd hard season. The Back up the fieid came the blue- shlrted Mustangs. Led by fullback Lawson Hughes, who was one of the best backs pitted ngalnst thc Chicks his year the Thoroughbreds rolled to the Dlytheville one-yard line In six plays and had It not been for a fumble In the end zone, Forrest City would have gone Into an early lead. The alertness or Jimmy Garner saved the score, however when the big guard fell on the free ball for an automatio touchback, glvhiE the Chicks possession of the baU Oil Ihrir niL-K on ored the, , nlnu which J with i- Geor niin nintJc a first nerlori tnliv n/^n.^f i "*, ••••* K -'- 3 ' '•*nw uum uavn for a 6-0 win ov r Wak " y F™es • iff 8 ™,? *' S" 5 " V ? tcd for 10 " !a »'- VMI scored thrlco In in miiln?.' ,' s thcm ffOIn one to "> bo upset Virginia Tech 28-14- Da ?•", fll ' sl placc vot " ™»"ting vldson came from behind ti Mek ' ' "'" '""" '" "' ' Furman, 20-6; Utah's big seven ! champs downed Utah State, 40-H' St. Louis beat Duciucsnc, 14-13, and Denver licked Colorado, 20-20. The stage was set for Saturday's Army-Havy classic In Philadelphia and already the hotels were begin- nl,i>. t« rill r>l ,. ,. . ^O". Sharing the headlines A i my-Navy ar LM-son Hughes and halfback Hwl-l f,» ^ !,° f l P e ba " °" tllclr own *' "'"i ? f ', hc n ' c b " L Mlm l lllt al > BCS of the Mustangs kept tlie fans Mm,,, * I , , 1 f " mbl ° recovery and ' cml to lllclr "B<">y by lnlcrccptin E fin tha ^^.^ _• .L .. '. "• iMll o lininnnmtpU' U|TI<<I«»I i^ .._,i « _ .. ! nnn ^r II... i...-..~ -i .._,., n . . ". In the early minutes of the third imarlcr. They look Billy Bob Elliott's kick opening the second half on their own 40 and then set their offensive machine In motion. Paced by quarterback Merrell and fullbnck Hughes, the Mustangs bulled their way to the Blythevllle 17 yards line and a 15-yarfl penalty against the Chicks moved them to the two from where Hodges plowed over tw.o plays later. Gallon's kick tor thc extra point was low and the Chicks led by a one-point margin. Thc Chicks threatened twice more once In the third period and once' in the fourth but were slopped Inside thc Mustangs' 20 both times Forrest City opened a desperation passlnc attack laic In the fourth period In an oftort to pull the game out of the flic but Allen put an Osceo/o Loses In Game With Marked Jree ;. second, nine, thtrd'cieht°and ~, «.. down to one for 10th. The race for third place was just as close with shortstop Lou Bou- dreiui the hifielder-managcr of the Cleveland Indians, nosing out reliei pitcher Joe Paec of the Yankeas by n margin of one point—163 to 167. Bulldogs battled thc hravler Y'/ lowjacsets to almost a standsu I and emerged with a groat moral victory. Thc Shawnee Indians came through with an expected victory over the DycXs Eagles by a 19 to fl score In Joiner Wednesday night up lUc bruises and cuts or a long nnd liard fought grid season today ?,?.i' he '!** ot their 5eilt5 r <»- 'oiirlie v.i 1 u>rt * r s. and the beautiful' h, blocking by members of both for ! m ward walls brought loud cheers from • i,, Lne crowd. i " Chicks Deftnse Clicks "' --_..„ „. n. IVILUUJU rccovcrv nun *-••"* *•" r^l4lf^«t»'r^V^!?"''or at mlcl-ncld., and Gccontls three pla ;, the the eTen"fho5! - ** '" Slartinj{ lineups: Blylhevllle Pos, B. Elllolt Koontz . Fllzlnigh Hodge .. of the Chicks' inner I? 0 "P* 1 *"" "Uf.ln and" "stopned : duv!,', ! f' ( , traln "»™»™«i seriously Traylo,- .. >u f ao TO dr i ves lnslde mc „,«* aujg^ rest ^ ^ ^^ • being ground mldneld J - Elliott' team Uircntcncd seriously Traylar the r*»«:t. nr fu« i J _ ST^T^....I_ And members of the lino r-»,., ^" |lolnt "• eftci - hrnn»< —in- »^_v le " ne came But Ihni «„„„., . L.B. , L.T. . L.G. .. c. R.G. . R.T. R.B. Q.B. H.H. . II.B. P.B. s. Forrest City ... Gallon Dlackmnr -... Chlsm • •.. Myers Courtney Jones South Mississippi County's s\x . b i"" utctt " ls wcre Ulls y Patching -~ " *«"t>«**' b*"-' aUiUIUIl LOCliiy following tliclr final games played during tho Thanksgiving holidays The greater part of thc teams aro fairly sntislicd with their records for the year and a few minutes after the final whistle they began pointing toward next year with hopes of doing a little belter. Topping the list of Ihc holiday BHIIIC.S was llic Osccola Scminoies- AlBrked 'IVec Indians clash In Marked Tree yesterday which was won by the Indians 33. lo 13. The game was slow and full of boners and Coach Rube Boyce of the Scminoics slalcd this morning that it was "ll« sorriest defensive exhibition turned in by my si|uad this year." The Indians.scored In every quarter in repulsing Iheh- traditional rivals they yielded touchdowns in T1 ° l . lfc , hat SCVCI ''l»lnts was cnou B l x »5..ss«ur^ >n vic- Snivpv " *<"-j .>*nutu vuucimuwns in ''' Mcrrcn second and fourth periods '.o '^'HO^ ' X^io^Sivf^r; "" Hughes! U ' C dcfciisive P la 5' «'«s ragged COIUM»I* SHEWING CO. ST. LOUIS •"- r.n. Hughes! — i~.-j ""^ *^sb>-w. Summary: Subatllutions: Blytlic-1 Thc wilst > n Bulldogs pulled one vllle—Garner and Hucy. Forrest ° r . the - b 'Sgest upsets of the year City—Bodkins, Broden, Bailey and [ Wctl "esday night by battling the McClm-c. Scoring touchdowns- I h 'Shly-/avorcd KcLscr YellowjackclB Blytheville —:"McPnrlniiH » ; I to a 13 to 13 rlrnm In wllcmv 1-hn mylhevilie -'.McParland. rorrcsi City—Hodges..' Extra points: Bly- thevllle—McFarland. Officials- Lyons, referee; Duncan, umpire; Pickens, hcadlinesman; and Slrickland time keeper. Score by quarters: Blyt'ievlllc o 7 0 0-7 Forrest City 0 „ 6 ft _g Cam* Stalislfcs _,. . B'ville First downs 15 Yds. gained rush. 313 Passes attempted 3 Passes completed 0 Yds. gained passing o Passes Intercepted 3 Fumbles j OppLs fumbles rec. 2 Yds. lost fumbling a Punk j Avg. yds. per punt, 35 KickofTs r 3 J- yds. perklcfcorr 40 Pcnallies ....... 10 for 100 Individual Ilecorrls Blythevllle Player Tries Net.Gnd. Av"g McFarland ... 24 113 Traylor IB 119 Allen 2 R .... 1' 13 Forrest City Hodges 13 48 Whltienton . 8 20 Merrell 10 53 Hughes 12 lio iatton i 2 I ---o-'-j -.« • ui%_u twwui i. dLUWjii^KULCi Foi-rcal' t( L\ a l3 tQ 13 draw in Wilsoii. Thc __ Only Three SEC Tilts Scheduled For Weekend ATLANTA, Ga., Nnv. ->S (UP) — Only bowl-bound Alabama was on the program tonight as the Southeastern Conference prepared to wind t up Us 1048 affairs irlth a weekend' slate ol "gjudgcrs" that will pro- 1 auce a rm w crown-winner—and ' very likely, a batch of surprlws , : Nobody among the odd-makers' doubted but that Ole Miss would' throttle Mississippi-stale at Starks- nvrl.^'r'T, 1 " ™»S home to SEC title , ..njj^j^n here torn when Georgia and Ocoreia Tech hold their 42nd anm.^ u s was anybody's guess, but the point- giving somebodies favored the En* incers. »>"".« me uig- It took no Einstein to figure though, that Alabama w B ,ld coast fo a win over Miami. tonfght In the •"•"canes back yard as warm-up <5,» tne _..™ 0 ' s appearance in thc Sugar Bowl classic against Texas an the Utxotn Panthers dropped a hard fought decision to Marion In Marlon Wednesday altcrnoou 100 Proof Bottled in Bond Bourbon Vuur As- uce of a Great KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY tt't "Sour Mash" Ask for it -_^^_ AT YOUR PACKAGE STORE Also Black Label—nn P^^f FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1947 •••••*•• FOR SALE or RENT WHOLESALE • PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS • INTER.COM SYSTEMS • LOUD SPEAKERS • MICROPHONES • AMPLIFIERS To Churches, Schools, Businesses, Clubs and Oi'ganizations BLYTHWILLE RADIO SUPPLY Phone 4467 112 First Street the degree of warmth you select! 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Stal, ...'806 ""' atja '81.0 v. T«s w S14I . ... 5M N. t Cj,™lin,...97.s»,Vu,inl, 86 . 5 Oklahoma -66.5 v, Okla. A. « „. (.g , Oregon SM.o 7S.1 » Nebraska ...-72.6 illsbargh .-•IS.i^-iVca Virginia. .7S.S ' .... -11)0.1 v.Baylor ai.O San D,o,o SI.-6S.O v, Sanl, Barbara..520 !!;"^° d " 1 ; 0il2 "T«. Chm.iar, -31.2 To,a» A. « !..«.6v,T,i° uy ' b TL,».';«.3 . loxas S.. -63.0 vs New Mo.io, .. . 61 .j SUHDAY. NOVEMBEH 30 San Francisco'82..I,, si. Mary's, Cal. 62.4 You'll agree . . '. // it's worth wearing It's worth CLEANING! Whether you're campus, ca- ' rccr or sporls hound make sure your favorite sweater garb isn't in the sink or sinm class! See us for ex- pert, reliable, cleaning serv- ice antl keep your clothes in good shape always! NE CLEAN 119 South Third Street NofiormP 1 MICHIGAN ..116.9 2- NOTRE DAME.HI.a 3. PENN STATE 101.6 4. SO. CAL 100.9 5. ALABAMA ...100.8 100.6 SO.MCT1IDIST1002 100.1 . RICE 1C0.1 10. ARMY 9J.S 11. MINNESOTA.. 93.2 12. N. CAROLINA 97.5 13. MBS1SSIFFI . 96 B 14. INDIANA ... 15. CAtlrOR.VIA. 16. PUSDUE 17. 0. C. I.. A. .. IS. GA. TECH. .. 19. COLUMBIA . 20. N'WESTERN . 36.1 35.5 . 95.0 . 94 8 . 94.3 . 93.6 . 93.5 *0tnorel Home Team 1. MICHIGAN ..116.9 2. NOTRE DA ME. 11 2.8 3. MINNESOTA . . 93.2 4 INDIANA ... 5. PURDUE 6. N-WESTERN . 7. ILLINOIS 8. WISCONSIN . 9. IOWA ID. KANSAS .... 11 MICH. STATE 12 OKLAHOMA 13. MISSOURI . U OHIO STATE. „.. 15. MIAMI (OHIO) 81.S 16. TULSA •„ 795 17. DETROIT .... 78.6 18 WICHITA .... 75.5 1?. NEBSASKA .. 72 S 20. DAYTOH .... 71.4 36.1 35.0 93.5 93.4 92.6 S2.S 97.8 87,2 86.9 85.1 8«.S 1. AJ.ABAMA ...IOO.S 2. TEXAS <00.6 3. SO. METH'niSnoOZ 4. RICE 100.1 5. N. CABOL1NA 97.5 6. MISSISSIPPI . 96.E 7. GA. TECH. .. 94.3 8. TEX. CHHIST-K 91 2 9. WM. A MARV SO.! !•>. TENNESSEE . 89.9 II. N. C. STATE. 88.6 2. lOUISIANAST. 33.3 13. GEORGIA 14. VIRGINIA .. 15. ARKANSAS 16. KENTUCKY 17. VANDEHBILT IS. TEXAS A.SM IS. BAVLOH .... ,,..„ 20. KISS. STATE.; »0.5 87.S 865 B5.7 85. S SS.l 64.5 91.0 100.9 95,9 91.8 85.0 for Wew I- SO. CAL. .. 2. CALlroHNIA 3- 0- C. L. A. . <. OREGON .... „.,„ S. SANFRAN'SCO 82.4 S. WASHINGTON 81 8 '. NEVADA .... 810 8. COLL. PACIFIC 80.8 9 SANTA CLARA 735 10 UTAH STATE 79 | It. PEPPERD1NE 77.1 12. OREGON ST.. 761 13. STANFORD 74 3 U UfAH .. n 2 15. WASH STATE 712 16 SAN JOSE ST. 70 6 17. IDAHO S9 7 18. SAN DIEGO ST. 660 19. DENVER .... 650 20. ARIZONA .... 643 3. ARMV «. COLUMBIA" m - NAVY . PRINC B2S 14. HOLY CRo'si 15 CORNELL 16. eOSTONCOli.' 17. BROWN 18 HARVARD"" 19. GEORGLT-N ' 20. MUHLENBBSO'. ! 1947. !,, R. c . I,

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