The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1947 · Page 8
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..PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1047 Paps Run Wild Over Paragould J,500 Fans See Blytheyille fileUpOne-Sided Score of 35-7 ^ '. By GEORGE CLARK ^•~" Courier New* Sport l Editor ? "• Scoring almost at will, the Blythevillc Junior High School Papooses igot b«ck on the ilctory trail with * crushing 36 to 7 defeat ol the ' Piragould Bullpups at H»ley Field last night. •i Some 1500 fans were on hand lo watch the "rat race" anrt see the «Paps literally walk over their age-old foes. The contest looked like 'everything' but & football game as the Paps pushed Across two touch•downs in the first period, one In.the second and Iwo in the third. '•* The Paps could Dave named the* " I'ffoh at - just about any number i aroU nd tlie opposite end for no '.they wanted It, but frequent sub- j yards and a touchdown, Lcroy Pruitt ttltutipns by the Pap mentors kept, circled end for the extra point nnd the game to a reasonable margin, i the quarter ended three plays Inter .^Coaches James Fisher and Pop Mos- w j ln i nc score reading Blythcville •'ley started substituting early In the 14 Paragould 0. 1 • ' continued 1 the game "jeconrt period and ^throughout the rest of muting ali but two of the 34 members of the squad. w'**.Tlie Paps scored their first toucii- •-down about midway of the first "'period. The Bullpups took the opening Wckoft on their own 10 and rc- • turned it lo the 25 and that was as ! far as they got. Three plays netted 1 them nothing and Plckney, the Scores Again In 2nd Period The third touchdown came In lh» closing minutes of the second quar- tcr on an intercepted pass by Lutes. The snnkc-hinucd halfback look the pass on his own 20-yard lino and behind beautiful blocking' raced the 80 yards to score. Mel Hay nddccl tlie cxtm point on a (juarlerback sneak and at hallllme the score read Blylhevillc 21, Parngould 0. In the second nan snosiitutes broke through and blocked the 'kick j started flowing free and fast. The with Blythevillc recovering on theism' mentors used players In this Paragould 23. Robert Reid. Mel Hay and Charles "Ruff" Lutes tried four ground plays but failed to gain .the neces- iary yardage, and Paragould . took possession of the ball on downs. Two plays later. Plckney kicked out of bounds on the Paragould 48, and tbe Paps played the ball from there. Enter Cars In Sunday Races In Walker Park Nine drivers of midget auto racers will vie for top money of the American Legion's Old Car Derby at the Walker Park track Sunday afternoon, Jack Flowers, promoter of the event announced today. Among the nine drivers will be two former Indianapolis Speedway drivers, driving cars out of Memphis that are rated as licing^ the fastest in this area. Bob Archibald and Dusty Ellis, who Ijoth have driven in the nation's No. 1 automobile race will compete in Sunday's derby, Archibald driving a four cylinder Dodge which was formerly known as the Roy Turner Special, now owned by Jimmy Thompson of Memphis and Ellis will drive the Mascarl Special, built by Joe Mascarl also of Memphis. The feature race ol the afternoon will be a 20-lap race between the live cars turnini in the best times of the afternoon. Otto Scrapes, driving a Hudson Special owned by Conley Brothers Garage ol Blythe- Hit that Dummy! Pups' fullback, dropped back lo punt but J. C. Droke, the Paps' center, j attempted three pnsscs and Para- goulti five but none was completed. foot'lmll g',ime"lKforeVAtul"it "wnsiv'i I The Paps punted six times for an until the second and part of the I average of 27 yards per kick with third stvhiR started playing that the I U« Pups punting seven times for Pups cained any yardage. on average of 16 yards. And in the Against the first snund In the first' fll ' 5t downs department, Blythcvillo Imll their yards gained IhvmiKh i hlul 7 <""' Pnnutould 5. rushing stood at minus 10 while the ' T ho Blytheville High School band Paps were piling np 134. The vlst- | furnished halfltme entertainment tors got Lutes Scores (or Paps | first |, Lutes cracked off tackle on theiblack I , _.., first play but was stopped cold at the block anolhcr. Elmer Richardson, I mttl training act with the band ~ "" " ~ " second string center, added another blocked • put in the third • quarter. The Paps' forward wnll refused to let the moving Queen to Reign Over Grid Game Today in Luxora LUXORA. Oct. 17.—The Luxoia High School Panthers will meet Die Armorel High School Tigers In the annual Homecoming game at the high school athletic Ik-Id here tills afternoon. Miss Dorothy Hozclle, a senior will reign over the contest as homecoming queen and she will be attended by eight maids, Peggy Rogers and Millie Perry, seniors; Millie Cole and Jean Owen, juniors; Helen Hanna and Velda Bledsoe. sophomores, and Jo Ann Shanks and Christine Johnson, freshmen. Coronation ceremonies will be held Immediately preceding Ihe opening klckoft with Dale Hanna, eaplnin of the Panthers crowning Miss Rozelle as queen. The Pamners are seeking their first victory, ol the season, having lost to Wilson, Trumann and Kci- scr In their first three starts of the season. The Panthers will play the Tigers a return game at Armorel on Nov. 14. Officials for this afternoon's contest are Ellis, referee; George, umpire; and Stevens, hcadlinesman. RECTAL DISEASES (All Typ« Ei , Mocking dummy bounces ri^ht back, but would-be- tacklcrs do > when hit like this by Philadelphia Eagles' guard Al Baisi. Southern Association Directors Will Meet NEW OIILKANS. Oct. 17 .(UP) — Directors of the Southern Associa- I off' only t;™ mntV n he !for the crowd.'Wmmg a Vircus rh^ "«" will meet Oct. SB «n New Or- mll Droke broke ihrotieh to i »>«l iwcscntlnc two nets, n tight- ^ m ; Lc "K llc Piesldenl Charlie. two completely and paKlally rope walking act and a wild anl-I Hnrth announced yesterday. ! first time in in tournaments in the i Texas Women's Open, shot an al- I most Incredible ll-under par C8 in third round piny yesterday, the lowest score compiled by a woman over the Fort Smith course. Equitable I/ifcInstirancc Society of United Stales See Representative* GUY TREECE JOE ALEXANDER, Jr. 115 W. Ash St. Phone 39!>3 Listen to "This is yom FBI' Friitays 1:30 p.m. WMl'S line of scrimmage. Reid sliced in- 1 side his own left tackle for three and then Lutes circled right end on » 40-yard jaunt all the way to the ! Paragould nine yard line for a first j down. On the next play Lutes ' bounded through a hole in the center o! the line to score standing up. Blythcvillo Hntchcrsun Fnragould offensive st.ift '• Wimrtcrllch ns the linesmen broke Crtner through constantly to upset the ball Drake .... carrier before lie could move from ! Phillips ... field hit tackle for the extra point 1 his tracks. The Pups picked up only Prince making the score Blytheville 1, Par- one first clown In the firs I half to Dccl ' Blytheville's five. FaraEnulrt Scores In Fourth The Pnps added their final two louchdowns in [he third period, Bob Glover, a second string halfback, racing o*'er from the Paragould first nnd j igould 0. ! , From then on the going was easy i as Lutes, Reid and Pruitt ran wild ! through the Pups' defense. Lutes' >: | kSciofi following the touchdown was tfcken by Bomar, Ihe Pups' lighl < «Hd, on the Paragould 13 who re- j nine-yard line for Ihc ,-i iturned It to the 25, Three plays left! Elites circling end froir "Hold That Titter." Starting Lineups: Pos. Par L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. R.T. R.E. Q.B. H.B. H.B. F.B. Mel Hny Lutes .. Prnitt . R. Reid Summary: Substitutions—Blythevillc: Webb. Robertson, Mayo. Martin, Boyd, Richardson, Oneal. Mur- Possible schedule changes will be discussed, among other subjects, at what Hurth snid wuuld be a "routine" meeting. ... Proctor' Directors included: Atlanta. Earl .. Wallace • Mann, president of the Crackers; McAllister Birmingham, fcdtNc Glennon, gen- Hamilton ' cral manager; Chattanooga, Juc ten.. Allmoml S'c-, president; Little Rock, Ray ....'. Hess' Winder, general manager; Mcm... Bomar ' phis, Frank Longinotti. vicc-presi- .... Collcy j dent; Mobile, Edgar C. Allen, prcsi- Day 1 dent; Nashville, Larry Gilbert, vico- Wigglneton president and malinger; and New Orleans, Lcroy Dissingcr. general manager. Key them with a net loss of three yards . 13 for Ihe second, nnd Robert Reid i faxj Pickney punted to Lutes at mid-' accounted for tlie two extra points. j Md and Lutes, displaying one of i The second nnd third strings i the greatest pieces ol broken field played almost all of the final period | running seen on -the gridiron here : nnd It was while the third string ! lS years, wcaved his way through ! was playing that the Bulipups scor- t the entire Paragould team lo score ; cd their lone touchdown. Plckney, [•but back on Ihe Pups' 40-ynrd line i almost a one man tc.im himself, i laj' a little red handkerchief. Some- ! picked np Ihe score in (he closing «4ie had violated the rule of block- minutes of the game following a 33-yard sustained drive. Hamilton Ihe Pups'! daugh, Mac Hay. Glover, Garner, Koonce, Anderson, Cobb, Smith, Blankenshlp, Jim Whilworth, Jerry Whltwortli. D. Reid and Craig. Pnrngould — Hill, Smith, Phillips. Mitchell. Carnion and Hess, Ofllclals: Dnkie Speck, referee; Tye Adams, umpire; Herb Clillds, head- linesman. Penalllcs: Blylhevllle—5 for 55 yards; Parngould—3 for 45 yards. Scoring touchdowns: Blythe! Ing and clipped a Parngould man. 33-ynrd sustained drive. HnmlHon vmc — Lutes 3, Hutchcrson nnd ' VThc score was nullified and Bly- added the extrn point on a center Plover. Paragould—Pickney. Extra theville was penalized all the way plunge. points: Blythcville—Reid 3. Pruitt back to their own 40 yard line. But' The Paps added another 100 yurds li>"<l IIn !'on the next play, John Hutcherson, i gnlncd through rushing In (he sec- ! Score by quarters: lhe Paps' left end. took the ball on ond hnlf elvlne them n totnl of 23-1: Blythcville -. 14 7 14 0—35 a reverse from ,Lules and meed yards lo Pnrugould's 57. Blythcville' Paragould 0 0 0 7—7 Starts 2:30 p.m. Featuring Otto Scrapps and other Professional Drivers Main Event: 10 Mile 20 Lap Grudge Race Babe Sets Course Record In Fort Smith Tourney FORT SMITH, Ai'k., Oct. 17. CUE*) — Mrs. Mildred <Bat>e» Dkl- rickson Zahnrins begun Ihc final round of the Hnrdscrabbie Women's Golf Tournament today seven strokes up on licr nearest rival nnd it appeared that the defeat suffered lust week by tlie Babe merely had improved 'the nation's lending woman golfer, Mrs. Zaharias, who lifet for the villc, won this race last week nnd wiU be one of the Lop entries again this week. CHIROPRACTOR "Health Is something that comes from within. The creator put within your body and mine all the elements of health. ""?" your nervous system is in tune with nature's forces, you will ne well. Consult a chiropractor about your health problems. Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 6 Neurocalometer Service • Dr. Torsten Lindquist Guard Blclg. , Blythevillc, Ark. FARM (|p LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. LONG TERM PROMPT CLOSING LOW RAT! CALL, WRITE OR SEK RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third St., Blylhevllle, Ark. Servins This S--<ion ->S Yeura Authorized Mortuajiu Loan Sottcllor lor TRE PRUDKNTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY OP AMERICA 'And don't give me any of that somethinjj-must- nave-happenerl-to-the-motor line ... I happen to | iuiow that couldn't happen 'cause SEAY MOTOR' :OMPANY put a new motor in your car!" Pride & Usrey Genera/ Contractors DIRT FOR SALE Phone 517 TANK PATTER'S FOLLY. It is hot ... It h told. You never quits know. But it gives you hot water, If you keep il going. Hot water this v/oy may be very expensive, for you alwoyj heat too much or loo little. And it keeps you hopping, turning it ON and OFF. BLYTHEVILLE AUTO RACES Sunday, October 19th At Blytheville Fairgrounds Spectators Grand Prize man's or woman's 17 Jewel Gold Wrist Watch from Guard's. 6 THRILLING RACES by CHAMPIONS <aS A BUCKET A DAY. Join the bucket brigade with ifiis model, tots ol trips to th« basement to keep it going, and you alwayi have to get rid of the ashes. You'll use ot much os a quarter-ton of coal a month, and still NOT have constant hot waler. You know how many times you've wanted hot woler ond couldn't get it ... how many times you've needed hot water and had to wait for it ... Admission Only 60c Sponsored by Dud Cojon Post 24 American Legion GENERAL ' ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER Now! All Ihe tot Water You Need for every Household Use. 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