The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1947 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER'«, BT.rrKEVTLLl (ARTC.)' OOURn?» Pops Outclass Newport, 33 to 7', With Second and Third String Players Working Most of Time By GKOKO.E CI.AHK Couri** News SporU Editor A'EWPOBT, AJ-K., rvov. .*.—*ie m.nirevfne Junior High School Papooses completely outclassed the Newport Grey- piips here last night and coasted to an easy 33 to 7 victory, their fifth of the season. • The going was easy fov the Paps. They passed, ran and scored almost at will and Pop Mosley, the'Paps' mentor, took advantage of the opportunity to use his reserves and tlie second and part of the third string the greater « ' i't of tile gamo. + Tile Pd;>g scored In every period and nvlce In the third quarter Just for good measure. The hard-charging Papoose linemen kept the Greyhounds completely bolilt'ri up and except for one piay, a touchdown pass In the closing minutes of the game, the'entire contest was played In Newport territory. Their first, marker came shortly after the opening klckoff, Charles "Ruff" Lutes kicked to the Grey- pups or: the Newport two with Smlli!. the fullback, returning to Ihe 25. cruse, the quarterback, on an attempt sneak, fumbled on the *t with a Blythevllle man recovering.' And It took the Paps only three plays to score. Quarterback Mel Hay opened the Papooses' offensive with » puss to end John Hutcherson which went wide of Its mark, Lutes tore off left stuard for six yards to the 23 and Hobert Reid, the fullback, circled left onri for the game's first score. Hay passed to Hntcher- son for the extra point to give the Paps a 7 to 0 lead. Us« Substitutes Early « Then the substitutes started pour- g Into the game. The entire second siring took over at this point with the first team going to the bench where they remained ror the rest of the first half except for an occasional single substitute. The Paps scored again shortly after the opening of the second quarter The Greypups gained possession of the ball deep In their own territory by virtue of a Blytheville fumble but punted after two plays had netted their* no gain. I lAilcs took the punt on the New- | port 40 and raced to the 18 before being slopped/ Substitute quarterback Dick Reid tried a pass to end Mac Hay hut It was knocked down and he then sent Robert Reid crashing off tackle for a first down on the three-yard line, from where Leroy Prnitt plowed over to score. Dick Raid's pass to Mac Hay was good for the extra point, and p.' halftlme Blytheville led by a 14 to Q score. The first team returned to action at the beginning of the third quarter long enough to pick up another touchdown. Buzzy Wnnder- llch.' the Pans left tackle, took Newport's kickolf opening the second half on his own 35 and raced all the wny to trie Greypups 4T before belnt? downed. Lutes, on a beautiful broken-field run, went son plowed over from there. Dick Reid attempted to sneak over for the extra point but was stopped at the line of scrimmage. In the fourth period Elmer Richardson, the second string center and line backer, broke through, to , , Mock Smith's punt on the Newport 13 and covered the blocked kick j himself to set the stage foe the ' Paps' final tally. Anrtcnon picked up six yards in two tries and Bobby Glover scored on the next piny on an end sweep but the touchdown was called back and Blythcville penalized Beebe Badgers Defeat Osceola High Seminoles OSCEOLA. Nov. 6—The Osceola High School Seminoles, outweighed almost 15 pounds lo the man, bowed to the powerful Beebe Badgers 2ti to 0 iu » game played in Beebe last nighV. The game orginally scheduled to b* played Friday night but due to conflicting rtate.s with the Arkansas Educational Association!!' meeting In I.lttle Hpck this week, It »«s moved up until last night, Couch Hub* Bonce's Seminoles were completely outclassed by their heavier opponents and about all they could do WHS to keep the Badgers from running the score up, The h&r<Vcharging Badger line kept, the Seminoles' offensive attack bottler! up, throwing them for losses on sev- ernl occasions. The Semlnoles will-entertain the Kelenn-YVcsl Helena Indians at Hole Field here next Friday night Post-Season Football Promoters Expect Cash Registers to Jingle Southern California, and rh« Me ™X CAKu w..-- -^ v , *. _ (United rrttt SpofU WtiUr) NEW YORK, Nov. «. (OPI — From losc.i to tangerines aod from suiar to raisins, tin m»d *cra»v ble wa* on today (o line up tennis for post •£**?•, Jootiwll bowl SWMM with a record number ot 77 contests od tap from nee. « through New Year's day. A United Press Survey revealed thai virtually all of the bowls which operated last year will <to business again, along with three new promotion* at Cleveland. Memphis and Birmingham, all on a major wale. As usunl, most of the InUVvsl Is centered on Ihe four big bowls, the Rose at Pasadena, Cal.. the In their next to last home game of the season. Rickey Sorry, But Bums Have five yards for offsides. 'But the • X/Q * A Q P'lff)f Y ft flect-foo!.<yi halfback was not to b outdone but the officials' decision ' and bounced right back on the NEW YORK. Nov. 6. (Up) — ' next play to score »n another end Branch Rickey, the president of Ihe sweep. Brooklyn IXxtgcrs. apologized today Lutes and Mel Hay re-ei)ler«d the I because he could not offer any nu- game for the extra point try and I thentic Information on whether Lutes' kick, the first this year by | Bl "' 1 Shotton. Leo Durocher or per- either Blythevllle team, was perfect, giving Blythevllle a 33 to 0 score. A few plays later the Greypups entered Blythevllle territory for the first tirne.Rieht halfback Holt took the ball on a double reverse a long touchdown pass to his left end Cravens who took, the ball on the Blytheville ; 25 and raced over untouched |The sam e pass combination clicked on the extra point try and the game, ended er. Starting rhieups: B'ville Pos. Hutcherson".. LE plays int- _ , Tex., but there will be plenty of bidding for big lime teams from promoters elsewhere. A number of temns already have sinned to appear in games «nd other teams will be automatically couimltteri to play It they win conference championship*. The. bowl picture at a glance: Hose Bowl. Pasadena, Cal — A "closed shop" between Ui«' Pacific Cnnfrrrnct champion, probably sls(e<i that tin pressure did not come from Commissioner A. B. Chandler, Nine winner, probably Ukhinn Su«ar Bowl, New OrlMni, L«.— S*m Coieiuwet, prMldenl of UM Bugir Bowl AMOcUtlon u In Boulfc Bend, Ind,, prenumtbly to mt UM Notre Dame-Army iim«, but to fa expected to make on« lut *r lo get th« flthtln IrUh to South, Notre D»m«, lone op to poat-tfuon fame* Un't _- IMV.lrd to chant, IU policy now *o th« Suj.r Bowl probably will HIM up Oeor»la Tech or the *>trthM*t- rrn Conference Champion a**ln*t Tex§». a SouthwMt "touttilt." Cotton Bowl, D*llu, T«. — Southwest Conference winner, probably Southern Melhodlit, eom- mlttrrt lo pl«y as ho«t team. SM.- U.'s victory over Texai, Ironically. probably sewed up the conftrotv* title for the Mustangn but f(«»d It jo they can't leave town on New Year'* day while the defeated I/onghoriui may h*ve a choice of bowl bids, Opponent for BM.V or chnmp probably will be * ma Jor Eastern Independent or itronc Southeastern team. Orange Bowl, MUml, rit. — With •enllng capacity «pand»d to to.- 000. the commuter definitely would like to lind the southeuttrn Conference champion. In competition with Sugar Bowl if necMury. and with the opponent likely to o« VJrglnln, Boston Collect, or Wake OfMi DM. • h«»« dgiu to itey IK M> M with wmrt •* M.M* Ortto Bowl, m»t>U. ttum ItulMlprf i<0u4 U a»»Mr'to- Hn lUrt iNallfia ta «UM won •ond fcr AM««H •rtulntiMi. N« -" ' - tui • "»4*» — - - — Ml 1 IP YOU WANT THI »IST IN A FIMT UNI TIM ... • GIT THI NIW I S • W«hin« • Lubric«t4M Go»«ly«or • IM* PrWiKH AIM FirMt*n« TirM s WE CLOSE SUNDAYS I K 201 W««t Ash Strut «fttf tit ill •«•«•*•«* IT. toy •* ii *j ^Newport Cravens Spencer „. R. Nelson | " B , lt B - vrd he said. Wunclerllch .. LT Phillips LG Broke c. Blankenshlp .. RG Prince RT Deer RE Mel Hay Q B' Lutes L'H Pruitt RH R. Reid .... P B Summary - Substitutions: Bly- thevllle '"'-' Mac Hay, Boyd, Craig. Richardson, Webb.' Criner. Glover, Anderson, Cobb, Koonce, Mayo, D Reid Murdaugh. whitworlh. and haps someone else would manage the National Leafiue pennant- winners next sensoii. Rickey, siwaking before an off- the-record gathering of Dodger sports writers. s«ld he. was sorry that he wns unable nt this time to make a public pronouncement on.who would direct the club next year. Permitting direct quotes on only a few of his remarks. Rickey salii that he regretted Hint there had beon a delay in the naming \ T managers and added that there wn nothing to lie gained by holdhr up . the announcement once then hnd been a. definite, decision, inore about it than you fellows do." "~ ' I don't know anythln- "I had hoped lo be ablr Jarvis j to tell you something, but I can „ !? , ° n ' only tel1 5 ' ou this - Mr - Shotlon is , " *'"'" " a grand .sportsman nnd ho did an outstanding Job for us last season Mr. Durochcr has equally high recommendations." Rickey begged Ihe writers not to read any indications into his remarks, then permitted it to be revealed that there had been more pressure brought • to bear upon him regarding the'selectlon of tl» C. Nelson | . Cruse Bennett 1 .. Holt Smith ! Garner. Newport-D. Ray. Smith,. Dodger manager But he refused to and J. Nelson. First downs-Blylhc- ; reveal where the pressure had orl- ville 8, Newport I, penalties - Bly-, glnatcd or who it involved, "" thcvillc: five for 35 yards; Newport none. Srorr by Barters: Blytheville - luatcd or who it involved, However, in further discussion, he in- Newport - 7 7 13 6 0007 all the way to score but the play Filipino Scores TKO was nuUitiPd - by-'a-'-fiYe-Tafd^bff-'" 1 '-! ~—7 • "t_^~~ ' ~"i^i "n ~ : A '" side penalty against'the Paps. j '" Lightweight OOUt Two plays later, Pruitt scored ' j from the 26-yard line and this I OAKLAND, Cal., Nov. 6. (UP) - j time It stuck. Hay's Tiass to Hn't- 'Maxle Docusen. swift, Filipino light - cherson for the extra-point was ho j weight from New- Orleans, scorel cood and the score read Blythe- a technical knockout, over Ralph H'llle. 20, Newport 0. | Lnra of Los.Angeles last,night in the The secoryi and part ol the third | eighth round of their top-billed team returned at this point and bout at Oakland Auditorium. , Docusen outboxeci and outpunche I Lara all. the way, dropping him for a six.count that was halted by the bell at the end of the seventh round In the eighth, he chopped Lnrn down for a nine count with a flurry of head punches and Referee Prankle Carter halted the ffght. finished the game. Paps Score Afraln Leroy Criner, the second string right halfback, set up the Pap's fourth touchdown about midway of the third period by returning s punt fgtorn the Greypups' 40 all the way to the four r yard line and . ..„ substitute fullback Louis Andcr- ' Docusen scaled 132, Lara 131. 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