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•ATOTOAY, CCT. *, MM BLYTHEVTIl.! (AUK,)' COURIER PAGE m* Blytheville Takes 13-12 Thriller from Jackson Eleven Chickasaw Line Difference 4 In Slam-Bang Ball Game Blytheville High School took advantage of rugged line play and squeezed by a tough, hard-charging band of Jackson, Tenn., Golden Hears 13-12 in a game designed to leave Chickasaw fans limp. rt- was a big win for the Chicks of Coach Russell Mosley anrt his assistant. BIH Stancil. The BlythevlHe team, crippled by Injuries, did not figure to be the take-charge team In pr«-game TRalph Suyder, 120-pound halfback playing in the absence of injured Tommy Mcslcy, must have appeared as a giant to Jackson. Snyder, brilliant on both offense and defense, ripped off nice gains and had 70 yards net for the night. But H was the defensive effort of. the maroon line which refused to yield a needed foot to, Jackson in the final tv:o minutes of plaj which spelled the difference. The Chicks dreiv a 15-yard penalty in tho?e final minutes and Jackson recovered a fumble on the Blvtheville 20. Three tries into the line movec the ball within one foot of a firs down. The Bears called on their 200 I pound fullback, Bobby Joe Mlntev I but the middle of the Dlythevill • line threw him back for no gain |and the Chicks regained possession Runs Clock Out Blytheville held its one-point lea" I at that time and Bob Childress ra: I the clock out by running a long I count quarterback sneak fire times Blytheville hejd a 7-6 halftiin • lead, but the margin soon fade •when BlytheviUe's short second • half kickoff went out I Chick 41. Chandler. West and Mincey drov | to the six and a first- down, ^incey made it to the three an "en went over on the next play A bad pass from center preven led 'Sipes from getting his conver |skm attempt try. In the fourth quarter Ihe Chicks :Bme back. Red Children Intercepted Min- Icey's pass when Quincy Hodge I rushed the big "fullback hard and (the latter got rid of the ball. Childless returned to the Blythe[ville 34 as the third quarter ended. C'hflrircss Scores Snyder picked UD a first on the [Blytheville 43. ChiJdress picked up I four, Snyder got one, ChMdress five I more and Fisher picked up a cou- I p!e to give the Chicks a first | do'.vn on the Jackson 40. Snyder's screen pass to Childress, I who plucked the r ball from the air 1 Jvst inches above the ground, r?cvrd tlie Chicks to the 23. Edgmon drove for another first | to the Jackson nine and Childress :nked to the two and then | bv"od across. A bad pass from center pre| vented Fi-her, -from even making tr.v al the extra point. Ke kicked I the first one that eventually meant | victory for 'Blytheville. .Jackson started the scoring with fS&expected suddenness v, r hen i 6handler, sophomore Bear Half- I'back, broke off tackle Tor 64 yards I and a touchdown, It was the first play Jackson ran I from scrimmage. Sipes' attempted I conversion was wide and the Bears I looked like they were off and run| rung. But Blytheville was yet to un| leash its fanciest offensive show | of the season. The Chicks got back in the ball 1 game with one minute gone in the I first quarter. 1 Bennie Hays, who looked good al! night, cut off tackle and carried ] to the Jackson 21. Snyder ran beautifully to the 11 I but he was short of a first anc* [ Jackson took over. ' Fumble I Hodge recovered Crenshaw's fum- | ble on the 12 as the middle of the i Blytheville line swarmed in. On a sneak, Childress went all the way to the two and Hays, go| ing wide behind beautiful blocking, j cut back into the end zone. Fisher's kick was good and I Blytheville took a 7-6 lead. The Chicks missed a cha nee to f ore after Snyder picked up the isuing short kick off on the - oHCkson 35. 1 Fisher hit Holland on a fourth down Statue of Liberty pass for first down on the Jackson 15. But Jackson took over on downs after Holland's pass on an enrf- nronnd was too far for Gentry who was wide open in the end zone. Hodge recovered another Jr.ckson fumble on the Jackson 30 after the Chick ends crashed through. But halftlrne came just as Snyder threw a cere en pass to Child re ss who got to the Jackson 20, toked good. Donald Gentry and enny Hays both ran hard and ell, turning in their lop perform- ces of the young season. Childress was a bull on the quar- erback sneaks. Hft ran n of them 48 y*uds, but was more Im- ressive than the statistics .show ecause he always managed to get ne yardage" when It was needed. His snenk for the Chicks' last uchclusvn was made in spite of he fact that Jackson sought to ilug the middle of the line with in extra man. Soph backs Pisher and Edgmon were Impressive in their few ball carrying appearances. The lineups: Blytheville Ends—Gilbow. Holland. Tackles-r-Hodge, Crfner. Guards—Michael Garner, Center—Prlvett Quarterback—Childress. Halfbacks—Snyder, Gentry. Fullback—Hays. Substitutes — Bratcher, Pisher, Edgmon, Fong, Hill, Jones. Jackson Ends—Dudley, Rials, Tackles—Tucker, Aldrich. Guards—Mod]in, Rosa. Center—Potette. Quarterback—Crenshaw. Halfbacks—Chandler, West. Fullback—Mincey. Substitutes—Weir. Sipes, Creasy, Coppedge, Garrarri, McKissack, McNatt, Individual statistics: Bljthevttle Tries Gnd. 7 Hays Snyder . . Gentry . .. Childress . Fisher . .. Edgmon . Holland . Totals . West .... Crenshaw Mincey . Chandler . Totals ,. 12 6 18 3 ..... 2 1 49 Jackson 5 3 14 11 33 53 70 9 48 -1 n 1 194 IT 10 34 69 130 Statistics Blytheville First downs U Passes attempted 6 Passes completed . 3 Yards passing ...54 Interceptions by . 1 Opponents fumbles recovered by ... 4 Punt avg 21 Penalties 65 Avg. 1.5 5.8 1.5 2.6 -.3 8.5 1 3.4 3.3 2.2 8.6 3.9 3 51 1 - 2 35.6 55 High School Football COUNTY Blytheville 13. Jackson, Tenn. 12 Wilson 32. Rhnwntc 13 Osceola 21, Burdelte IS STATE Little Rock 65. Hot Springs 0 North Little Rock 27, El Dorado Bartlesvllle, Okln. 31. n. Smilh GKNTRY HAULED DOWN — Donald Gentry. Chick halfback, is hauled down on the Jackson 31 yard line by Rials [back to camera) and another unidentified GoWen Bear player a::er the Blyihe- . ville back had broken rjyer tackle for a four-yard gain til the first quarter o! last night's game. Standing ready to give assistance on the tackle is Jackson halfl/ack J. B. Chandler (No. 84) while Chick fullback Benny Hays (right foreground) looks on. (Courier News Photo) Yarbro Beats Lanqe 73-0 Kiddle Tilt Prep Conference Standings Yarbro's Grade school footba! tearn, won a surnrising 13-0 victor, over liHiige's Wildcats in « "Y League game played at Little Par Thursday ?.ft a rnoon. Taking advantage of all th "breaks." the winners tallied touchdowns in the second and fourth periods and added an extra-point. Fullback Jimmy Bruce scored all the points but was ably .assisted by the running and southpaw passing of Raymond Saenz. Th e f i rst touchdown came BS a result, of a drive of 48 yards with Saenz carrying for one first down snd -passing to Bruce for another. Bruce carried the final six yards off left tackle. The try for extra point failed. The attack of both teams failed to function during the remainder of the half BS both teams threw up a stout defense. Late Jn the third period. Yarbro punted and recovered the resulting lumbte on the Lange 30. Yarbro pot a first [ down on the Lange 9 but made only seven yards in three tries and it appeared that Lange would hold. Then Bruce bulled over on the same play to the opposite side. Lange showed good defensive play for mast of the game but could never get their offensive to click. « Class AAA North Little Rock ,iitle Rock Pine Bluff Texarkana El Dorado Ft, Smith Hot Springs Class AA Division 1 Rogers Subiaco'. Fayettbville springdale Van Buren- Division n Jonesboro Blytheville Forrest City Newport Division HI Malvern Con way Russellville <x> Benton Arkadelphtn x-Russellville - Van Bur en game counted as conference -game by agreement. Division IV W Magnolia I Camden 0 Hope 0 irdyce 0 lackover 0 Harrison Tops Conway, 39-6 Harrison High's Dragons won their second game cf the season The Chickasaws sported new ma- last night knocking off the Conwaj roon uniforms fcr last night's con- Polar Bears at Conway by 39- test. ~ 1 score. They also sported their most de- Harrison's first touchdown wn cepUve and highly-polished offense set up by a fumble recovery of the year. Quarterback Childress ran the team from the T, Notre Dame box and often sent flanker* out. Blocking,and tackling was sharper than in any previous showing of the locals. Hodge, Co-Captain Alontroe Holland, Fong, Michaels, Hill, Gilbow, Criner and Garner turned In their best offensive and defensive ef forts, collectively, of the year. b Milton Bell on Conway's 10 yari line. Fuflback Long passed to em Williams for the six pointer. The Dragons weren't to be stopped from then on. William made three touchdowns and San ders got two. Long counted for on extra point and Pettigrew got tw The Polar Bears' lone tally can on a pass from qu a rterback B e to end Ma this. The Dragons will play Osceo the backfieid, everybody ; Filday night in Osceola. CARUTHERSVILLE BKHmuNl \Ved. O One Nile Oct. 0 Only Memphis Rhythm Masters Orchestra lMOONLITEivs9p.m. Fares (Tax Incl.) Adults $1.50; Child 7» ONLY BOAT RIDE THIS YEAR! 'fa-Man Tag lout Booked On Mat Card Six-man tag wrestling returns t ic American Legion's Memoria uditorium wrestling card Monday Ight with three preliminary bout Iso on the card. Three rough and ready grapplers ave been booked to team against trio of scientific grapplers in ; main event affair. Red Roberts, Bill Canny and Jack j telly are the three toughlcs «.-;,„' vill team talents and opposing hem will be Lee Fields, Joe Welcn nd newcomer Polo Cordous. The six will square off In a 90- -ninutft time limit, best two . ot ,hree falls bout that is expected o be a rough and tumble affair rom the very beginning. In the three preliminary bouts, Cordous has been bookrd to meet anny with Kelly meeting Fields and Welch taking on Roberts. The Greenville. Miss. 33, Pine Bluff 7 Arkadolphin 25, Fordyce 6 Augusta 21, Pocnhontas 6 DeQucen 6, Aslirtoun 0 Bentonviile 31, Mountain Home 0 Batesvllle 20, Beeue 0 Brinkley w. Cotton Plant' 7 Booneville 72. Wnldvon G Bauxile 6, Momlton 0 Conway 32, Cltuksville 0 Cabot 40, Hickory Ridge 8 Dardnncllc 32, Ola 6 Stuttgart 14. DeWitt 7 Dierks 37, Horatio 0 Dumas 19. Lake Village 0 McGchee 37, Eudora 7 Pnyettcville 32, Harrison U Porrfst City 19. Helena 12 Fairview 20. Gurdon 0 Gillett 31, Hughes 6 Huntsvlllc 13. Alma 0 Bald Knob 21, Ucber Springs 13 Holly Grove 20, Hazen G Jonesboro 54, Newport 12 Jacksonville 13, England 7 okc 13. Clinton 0 Malvcnl 20. Sheridan 12 Wynnfi 45, Murinnna 13 Hope 19. Frescott G Paragould 7. Piggott 0 Paris 33, Atkins 6 Stiblaco 35, Ilussellrllle 0 Rogers 27, Siloam Springs 0 Magnolia 30, Smackovcr 19 Seavcy 21. Walnut Ridge 19 Stamps 14, Nashville 1 Strong 54, Lcwisville 0 Springdale 34, Van Buren 0 Warren 18, Star City 13 Hison 34, Dermott ^ Lakeside 19. Puller 14 COLLEGE Syracuse 27 Temsite 0 Alabama 21 Miami, Pla 7 Chattnnooya 39. Middle Tenn Kent State 1b Western Reserve 19 Blutfton 33 Cedarville 12 Southeast Missouri 14 Central Missouri 0 Concordia. Neb. 21 York 0 Bethany, Kss. 1 College of Em- noria 6 McPherson 52 Baker, Kas 13 Ml&souri Valley 27 Town Central 0 Ottawa, Kas. 33. Bethel,'Kas. 1 Okln Panhandle A&M M New Mexico Highlands 0 Central Okla 19 Southeastern Okla 0 Illinois College S Illinois .Navy pier 0 Northeastern Okla 39 Northwestern Okia 9 Santa Barbara 14 Occidental 12 Utah Branch Aggies IB Dixie Utah 18 Poise JC 33 WelJer 14 SOUTHEAST, MISSOURI Dexter 20. Cnruihersvlllc 19 Portagevillc 40, Chaftce 0 Hayti 20. East Prairie 7 Maiden 12, Corning 0 Slkcslon 21, Cairo 12 Jackson i, Charleston 0 Cape. Girarrieau 33. Perryvillc 0 Poplar Bluff 34, Kcnnett 0 Osceola Defeats Burdette hates by 21-19 Score BURDETTE—Burttatie's fired up. irates pJayed Osceola to a stand- 1)1 here last night but lo&t 21-19. Xt marked Osccola's first victory '. the 1952 season. The Pirates battled the Sc-miimles II the way and in spite of the »ss, Coach Chaney Sims staled irU- "every boy oti our club played goad game , . , they all showed remendous spirit and desire," Osceola drew first blood and cored midway in the first period. Burdette came back on a 65-yard .rive which featured passes from />ng to Whntley and runs by Gore tid Cable. The halftitne score stood at 7-6, Osceoln. Boon after the Recotkl half opened,' Osceola scored again on a pass from ole lo Dunn which covered 45 'arris. Burdette came back again when ;abln scored on a reverse from about 35 yards out. Cable ran over .he extra point and the score was 14-13, Qsccoln. In UK final quarter, Burdette took the lead tor the first time In the game. With about five minutes left In the contest, Burdette drove for another touchdown on passes to Whatley and Gamer nnd the running of Gore and Cable. This gave the Pirates a 19-14 lead which looked pretty good until Osceola struck with suddenness with only two minutes left in the game. Stllwell, on a spinner, scampered over from about 35 yards out. As the game ended, Burdelte had Just taken possession of the ball on the Osceola 35, where a previo\is Burdette drive had been stalled. It marked the second loss for Bur- dctte's up and coming Pirates. Hughes, Ark., defeated them last week. NOTICE Not t c e Is hereby given undersigned SNYDKU STOPPED AFTER GAIN — Little Ralph Snyder la brought down by Jackson's Rials after the 120-pound Chick halfback had scrampered off tackle for seven yards. Jn background is Chicks' Donald Gentry. (CnuriCr NEWS f'holo) Memphis Wins Dixie Series Chicks Beat Sports 7-5 in Final Game" M E M PHIS, Tenn. — The fan-1 tastic MempVits ChichRsaws, who wallowed In the Southern Association ceUar lasl June, were the kings of AA baseball today after an 1-5 first bout is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. Two referees will work the king- sized bout Mike Mcroney, the regular ring official, will be on hand and Jack Moody will be around lo help him. win over Shreveport gave them (heir first Dixie Series Champion sinp. Memphis took the series fou games to two from Shrevport, top in the Texas League. It was the end of a long, uphi pull for Memphis. The Chicks wcr forced lo play an extra game wit New Orleans for lourlh place nnd the right to enter the Southern Shaughnessy. Memphis defeated Chattanooga four games running and then took Mobile 4-2 for Ihe Championship. Memphis coupled two homeruns! and one-hit relier pitching by Seites hero Dixie Howell lo topple the Sports for the champonship. that the has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State ot Arkansas for permit lo scl and dispense beer nt retail on the premises described ns 112 S. Division, Blytheville, Mississippi Coun The undersigned states thai Vr~ I: a citizen ot Arkansas, of good mor al character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crinv Involving moral turpitude; that m license to sell beer by the under signed has been revoked within fiv years last past; and that the under t^ned has never been convicted iolating the laws of this state, ny other slate, relative to the sal of alcoholic liquors. Application is ior permit to I: ssucd for operation beginning o he 3rd day of Otcober. 1952, and I expire on the 30 day of June. 1953. B. S. Simmons, Applicai Subscribed and sworn to befo me this 2nd day of October. 1952. Chas. R. Pcnn, Notary Pub My Commission expires: Sept. 1053. Wilson Tops Shay/nee for Third Victory WILSON—Witeon'a Bulldogs came up with their third win of the year here la.st right by trouncing Shsiw- 32-13 in a game which saw re- rve* from both teams getting n t of action. • D. Jonas' Wilson halfback scored I of the Bulldog's points. Jones scored on runs pi two, 15, i, two, nnd 35 ynrds. ' : Shaw nee scored twice In the final unrtcr, Wilson fumbled on a punt return nd Tommy Brewer passed 20 yards o Bobby Coltomp who went 15 yards or the first Shawnee marker. In the finals minuted, Billy Felts an over the Second Shawncc ouchdown from t«n yards out. Henry HarHson ran over Shaw- ice's lone extra point. Lineups: Vilson erry Ryals . TJ, E. C. Freeh .. L.T. Dexter Edges Caruthersville Bearcats Get First- Win Over Big Eight Team by 20-19 Count CARUTHEnSVILLE, Mo, — The Dexter Bearcats squeaked by Caruthersville's Tigers here last night by a 20-19 score. The vlelQry was the Bearcats' first over a Big Eight Conference lenm in three years and it gave the Tigers a season record of one win and three losses. Tlie name was filled wilh long runs and thrilling surprises. The Tigers got off to a quick start when Summers brought the open- Ing kickoff back 85 yards behind a perfect shield of nlockers for Caruthersville's first touchdown. York Hughes ran the extra point. But Dexter got rolling late In the opening stanza. With the ball at the Caruthersville 34 Williams and Landers cracked the line to he 22 ami a 15 yard penalty against the Tigers moved It to the 'ive from where Landers scored and Petty kicked the «xtr» point to tie the score. The Tigers got back Into th» . lead (n the early minutev of th« second period when HURhes pulled down a Dexter pass on Ihe Dexter 36 and three plays later Cravens crashed over from two yards out. The conversion attempt failed. In the closing seconds of th« third period Cromer recovered a Dexler fumble on the Bearcats M to set up Carulhersvllle final tally. On the next play Craven* shot • pass to Hughes on th« Hv» wtte Hughes scoring. Again the extra point try failed. But the Bearcats came roaring back In the final quarter to RCOT* two !n.=t touchdowns ond the em extra point that was needed for , the victory. The Bearcats took the kickoff following Caruthersville'* last touchdown and in six playl moved to the Dexter «. Then Thrower, a substitute back, lived, iip to his name by tossing a long touchdown pass to quarterback Peck. Petty kicked the extra point. Dexter's last touchdown came on another Ion? Thrower paM. TW« time It was to .end Humes who went Into the end ion* unmolested. The lineups: Bob Douslas ohn Cash ... 3. D. Hnnkln Gerald Perry J. E. Ward .. i. Jones Kyle Teal L G. . O. .. R.G. R.T. H E. L.H. R.H. Howard Cteell F. B T. Robinson .-Q-B. Shawnee ,. Jtie Bowen C. Brndshaw .. W. Rogers W. Goudcaux ., J. Samons P. Speck ... D. Wilson . J. Mahoncy ..... B. Pelts Tom Brewer . H. Harrison Car'vlII* Cromer Gregory Greer Jordon Going McGll! Cunningham Galllan Hughes Summer Cravens Poi. LH Negro Fighter Injured in Ring NEW ORLEANS (1T> — Jimmy (Bud) Taylor, promising 21-year- old Miami, Fin., boxer wa.s Jn serious condition today after a knockout. The Negro middleweight was floored twtce In the third round by Charley Joseph of New Orleans la.st night nnd then put down for the full count in the sixth round o[ L<3 O RO BT RB QB HB HB FB Substitutions: Caruthersville — McClannahan, Chllton, E. Hill. DePriest and Castejberry. Dexter — Thrower, 'Redman, Milton, liams and Strascur. Dexter Hum** TJppw Ktckham Besa Glenn Crlte* AtMditthy Peck Lemon* Petty tander* Wil- Right Direction Anyway INDIANAPOLIS W» — Motorist Alie Morris, 37, turned east into Michigan Street at Indiana Avenue, qulcXly realized he was hendlng th» wrong way do',vn a one-way street He bucked up and around the corner right Into Police Car 27. halted tor a traffic light. their scheduled ten-round match. Joseph weighed 155H pounds, Taylor H9%. Taylor was reported In have a fractured skull and a brain clot. He \vns Ukcn to Charity an operation. Hospital for BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING HflUTCRS >U«LITY SHO£ SHOP lit W. M-« IN ST. Monday, Oct. 6 8:15 p.m. Two Referees 6-MAN TAG MATCH Polo Cordous, Lee Ficlas & Joe Welch vs. Jock Kelly, Red Roberts & BUI Canny Adults 50c—Children 15e Also 3 1-Fall Matches 30 Minute Time Limit Cordous vs. Canny Kelley vs. Fields Jo* Welch vs. Roberts FOR SALE Concrete culverls, 12 Inch to 4& Inch, plain or rccr.farced. Also Concrete Rullcllng Blocks cheaper than lumber for barns, chicken houses, pump honscr tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us for Tree estimate. OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. Thone Wl S. E. Mo. Duroc Breeders Present 53—REGISTERED DUROCS—53 37 Open Gilts & 16 Boars PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday, Oct. 7, 1952 Show 10:00 a.m. Sale i -.00 p.m. S! KESTON, MO, Clayton Mule Barn Farmers, 11 yon want lo rals* Rood hojj ot the profitable Duroe Wnd, hrre's vour chance to buy foundation stock ct get started with. Twn irilt! anrt a hoar will start you with the very best blood lines avmllahle, »l prices you can p.<-ll alford lo pay. AUCTIONEERS: Beck & McCord Don T.umsden, Pres. Parker Rowe, Sce'y Essex, Mo. Sikcslon, Mo. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI TU'ROC BRKKDKKS, INC. FUEL OIL G.O. PQETZ OIL CO. "/ Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Office & Bulk Plant—Promised Land

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