The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 19-18 Papooses Defeat Bellevue 19 to 7 Juniors End 1947 Season With But One Loss The Btythevlllo Junior High School Papooses rolled down the curtain oa one of (heir most successful seasons at Haley- Field here Wednesday nfglit by thumping the Bellevue Orange Jerseys of Mein- jtjpis 19 (o 7 before a crowd of 1500 CRilled spectators. Working: with confidence and precision behind (he same well- oiled machine which carried them to icvrn other vlctorlw this year, the Papa pusher! across touchdowns In the first, second and third periods and repulsed several Bellevue scoring threats to hang. up a seasons' record of eight wins • Bftinst one tie and one loss. As in eveiy game this season, with exceptions of one, the Paps got away to a fast start and \vere never worried too much at any time during the contest. Their biggest problem was solving the Orange Jerseys aerial offense which clicked for a net gain of 105 yards. Halfback Charles "Rnf[" Lutes started things rolling for the Paps with a 60-yard touchdown gnllop on the third play of the game and he teamed with fullback Robert Reid and half back. Leroy Pruitt to keep the offensive machine moving for the remainder of the game. Reid Scores With Reid's off tnckle plunge for the extra point giving them a 1 to 0 lead the Paps began concentrating on defense. They kicked off to Orange Jerseys but found the g a little rough and yielded a couple of first downs before regain- Ing possession of the ball on their own 10-yard stripe. They tried two plays cm the ground before quarterback Mel Hay elected to return to the defense and Lutes ciuick-kicked from the Blytheville ]5. His kick caught the Bellevue safety man asleep and center J. C. Broke downed the bail on the prange Jerseys' 38 j'ard line. Bellevue tried to move the ball up the field but the Paps' hard charging forward wall, aided by a 15-yard penalty, pushed them back to the_24 where the quarter ended. In the second quarter the paps stuck to their defensive game. They forced Bellevue to punt early In the period and took possession of the ball on their own 45. After a couple of plays they punted la the Orange Jerseys again, this time the ball rolling dead on the two-yard line. Led by halfbacks Earl Hawks and Jerry Worthy the Orange Jerseys started to roll. With the aid of a 15- yard penalty against the Paps, they BLYTHBVILM5 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS , Paps Conclude Successful Season PACE ~ Blythevllle p 05. Hutcherson ., L.E. Boyd L.T, . moved the ball to the Blytheville 3D : Phillips .. L. G. Only 400,000 "of" the J.OOO.OOO arm* in .the UnlUd 8t»t« ire lectrlJied. » Steel Oil Barrel Racks ABJ T. L. MABRY «J MISSOURI ST. PR, M27 nefct Courier Ktwi *i*L"l City Dial 2407 t24 Ca >«lix A. Canwr DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality ' 1101/2 E. Davit St. V Phone 4641 In. TKICVCI.KS. Ovrrland CGASTKK WAGON JS.95 . 58,95 Come To Our TOYIAND! It's the most complete'toy <!is|»«y in Blythevitl*. LOOK AT THIS— All Kinds I>oll« , .IIJf »r Dull Buggies ...«.»5 «p Chrl.iflmas Tree uuim .....',£4* ioiis meeting this season, and it gave the Paps complete mastery over the three leading teams of the Memphis Junior Prep League. Last week they defeated the South Side Scrappers 38 to 6 and the week before they walked over the Catholic Juniors by a 33 to 13 score. Starting Lineups: on their longest sustained drive of the game. But a rumble by Hawks on the Blytheville 38 was recovered by Mel Hay to end the treat. Blytheville scored twice more in the third period, the first on a 19- yard jaunt by fullback Robert Reid climaxing a 61-yard sustained drive: and the second on pass Interception by Leroy Pruitt. Pruitt took the pass on his own 30 and rucecl '10 yards untouched to score. The extra iht tries on both occasions failed ^ give the Paps a 19 to 0 lead at the 'end of the third quarter. Bsllevue scored the visitor's lone tally'in the final minutes of the game. They obtained possession of the ball by recovering HutchersoivV, fumble on the Blytheville 36 and marched all the way to pay dirt with Hawks plowing over from the one- yard line. Butler plunged Tor the Bollevuo ...... Brown Billings ... Anderson .. T. Holliday Johnson Walker . E. Holliday Mann Worthy Droke C. Blankenshtp.. B.G Prince R. T Deer R. E. Mel Hay Q.B Lutes H. B Pruitt H. B. ...... Hawks Reid .' !.. P. B. .;'??:.. ~'ButIsi' Summary—Substitutions: Blytheville—D. Reid, Criner, Mack Hay, Richardson,. Cobb. and Glover. Bellevue—Wade, Haskins, Alexander, H. Danis, B. banis, and Hilsa- bccfc. First downs, Blytheville—I, Bellevue 9. Yards gained rushing; Blytheville— 134, Bellevue—107. Passes attempted: Blytheville—3, Bellevue 11. Passes completed: Blythn- ville—none, Bellevue: G. Penalties: Blytheville two for 20 yds. Bellevue—nine for 95 yards. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville _ Lutes, Pruitt and R. Reid. Bellevue — —Courier News I'liotos With a season's record of eight wins against, one loss and one tic the Blythevlllc Junior High School Papooses marked an end to one of their most successful seasons Wednesday night by (aklne the ficllcvuc Orange Jerseys 10 to 7, thus revenging one blemish to their record, R tie. In an earlier game. Shown above are members of the 1847 squad, They are, upper left, Charles "Huff" Lutes, rmltbnck; upper vlBlit, Mel Hay, quarterback; top row center, left to right, Jim Deer, emi; Thomas Prince, incklc; Junior rjlnnkcn- ship, guard; J. C. Droke | center; Jerry Phillips, guard'; Bill "Buzzy" Wundorlich, tackle; and John Paul Hutcherson, end. Second row center, Mack Hay, end; Boh Webb, tackle; Donald Cobb, gunrd; Elmer Richardson, center; Leroy criner, guard; BUI Boyd, taskle; and Tommy Orale, end. Third row center, Jim whltworth, end; Jim Orossett, end; Billy Bu'rt Mayo, tackle; Jerry Whltwoith, end; Richard Martin I end; Darren Lloyd, tackle; Harold Koonce, guard; and Bobby Smith, back. Bottom row, Dick Reid quarterback; Louis Anderson, lullback; Bobby Glover, halfback; Bob Darner,.halfback; Leroy PrulEl, hnll- back; and Robert Reid, fullback. extra point and the score stood at | Hawks. Extra points: Blytheville— 19 to 7. | R. Reid. Bellevue. Butler. This game was the rubber game of I Score by Quarters: the series with the two teams having I Blytheville' 7 012 0—19 battled to a 13 to 13 lie in a prev- \ Bellevue 0 0 0 7— 7 Manila Boys Little Rock Tigers Defeat Dell Defeot wndca * s of In Cage Game Manila. Nov. 28—Manila High School's two basketball tennis, the Lions and the Lionesses split games with two Dell High School teams ill the high school gym here Wednesday night with the Lions defeating Dell 40 to 2>i ami the Lionesses dropping a close one to the Dell girls by a 26 to 24 score. J. T. Harris was high scorer for the Lions hitting the wicker for 17 paints with Mayo leading Dell with eight points. In the girls game Imogene Blair o[ Dell led the scor- North Little Rock (By United Press) Little Rock's state champion football tciini is looking forward to final play-off gnmes with confidence today, following a 13 to 0 victory over ing with 13 points. At hfilflltne of Lhc boys ga Virginia Osboriic was crowned queen of Uie Manila grade school. Mnids attending Queen Virginia were Ruby Robertson, Frieda Shedil, and Mary Nell Flceman. And attending Queen Jcancttc were Joan Bench, Linda Sue EUwards, Jerry Lynn Wright and Louise Holt, North Little Rock In R traditional tilt yesterday. The chumps nieel El Dorado fit El Donuio next week In a semifinal playoft gninc. North Ijittle Rock moves into sec- oiu! round Double A ' play against Srililaco next week ,hnntne for a return match with LIU)* Rock In the slnte finals. Little Rock took advantage of two Intercepted to set up touchdowns yesterday. Meanwhile, El Dorado's stock dropiipd slightly when the Oilers wound up on tho' small cud o( a • to 0 tame with Cnniden, BIAN HEATH Phone 828 SUPPLY 419 West Main Street Auto & NOME FARM DITCHES DRAGLINE EXCAVATION R. M. HEUCHAN r». 0. Box 883 CONTRACTOR Blytheville, Ark. Phon« 4821 "BLVTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE. PILES TROUBLE? For Quick Relsef DON'T DELAY AW I.ONni'.lll X«w. ft doctor's rorimiln you can nue at liomn 10 relieve tlJalrcssliie tllflcbriifaU of pain— lUih—IrrUntlon duo lr> pllo.i. Timlin to «rtr- tcu unit plirfnis awcllfiiK. Use Mil* |.rov,-u -looior'* formula. Vrm'll to nrnpRCMl iu U,t "lie 1 *'!/ nctlon rollof. 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