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October 18, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MTOTOAY, OCT, is, isw if- Chickasaws Bow Mosley's New Spread Gets Only Touchdown OfLocals;FumblesMany , i : ~~ , * ~ '/ ^*x ' " •••••-.. in Face of Good Things donf gel easier for the Chickasaws next week. They meet Memphis' Southslde, Memphis prep saws a 13-6 1-evei-sb at Haley Field last night. > i »v, two touchdowns were enough as Whitehaven ru-ov- jped the equal of Uu, Clucks when it came down to ------ rundamental football to enhance Ihe offensive gestures —--•• — •"--- ' - maka tn9 of either team. But Blytheville fans, save »'' few faint-hearts, were kept In the sta- di'.'m until the final • whistle as Coach Russell Mosley unveiled his new spread formation which yielded the Chicks only score. \ With Red Childress as the deep man, the chick spread looker! almost unbeatable at limes The Redhead, bringing a talented throwing arm Into prominence for the first time this year, completed five straight as his hurling spearheaded a march which began In the final minutes of the third quarter and carried Ihe Chicks SO yards In the only real drive of either team. After Danny Eds-mon found the whole Whitehaven line throwing him bac): to the Rlytherfllo II. the Chicks started with the wide stuff. Childress. the chicks' blocking • back, tailback and T quarterback completed to Hays on the 17. Then he threw acntn to Hays for a first on the 32. He then passed .jt° _Hall -for a first on the 46 and Snvder. covered by t?;n de- Cflme n the fenders, kept hustling and tin .with Red's- next toss < Whitehaven 36. M nsley Seores Chlldress made It five. In a row- by throwing to Tommv Moslev who took on the three and two Whitehaven defenders couldn't keep him out of the end zone. Kenneth Fisher never got a chance to kick the point as the pass from center got away from the would-be holder. With four minutes left In th- first hair, Whitehaven scored after recovering a Blytheville fumble on the Chick 41. . McRae and Holley moved lo the Blvtheville 35 and then Holley fo"nd a nice hole off tackle and W)l for a first on Blylhcville's 21 Montroe Holland, 'as usual a stalwart, collared Holley on the next one. but Walsh made a jugglin" fi"gcr(ip catch of May's pass and scrambled 'to a first down on the five. May then faded, spotted no one and ran to the one. With third coming, May sneaked fcr two feet. „- But Holley, on ' the next play, and the The I ineup.s: Bljtheville llbow Pos. LE LT UG C RG RT RE QB HIS fIB FB Substitutes - Blytheville: Hays Snyder, Fisher, Jones, Miller, Cri- Hall. flodge 3arner Privctt Michael Holland Hill 'hildress Edgmon Mosley Bralcher TlTiltehaven Harris Bedgood Myers Moore Shepherd Nelson Walsh May Holley McRae Arnett ' - eavenr Bounds, Dawson. Garland. McNeil Krag, mack. Statistics First downs Passes Attmptd. Completed . S<>) ' e ' GriWllh ' w °- Int. hy yards Passing Punts Average Yards Rushini; Yards penalties Oppts. Fbles. Rcc. hy Ely. Wh 10 10 19 10 1 175 3 33 G 64 15 4 Individual records rushing- R1 i-*v.«..:ii_ _ .. "*"• Jfound a nice hole at tackle went into tha end zone fourth down attempt. Dawson booled the point and the Triers held a 7-0 lead with halftime drawing near. With the sheerest shred of.luck the Chicks would have had a six pointer before hailtime, however. Holland Passes • Brntcher intercepted a Tiger pass on the Chick 12 and then, in the evening's niost spectacular play Montroe Holland took the ball on an end-around, circled, and then faded deep with goort protcclion. He spotted Tommy Moslev on the 50 and tossed him a beauty Mosley hauled it In and started downfielci. Only man with a chance was Whltchaven's Earnest Han-Is Harris saw he couldn't catch the fleet halfback and, timing It to perfection, gnve a mighty dive flicked Mosley's heel and Tommy came crashing down on the Whitehaven 17. Harris broke his arm In' the process, but probably saved the ball game for Whitehaven with his all- guls effort. If that's any consols , tion. ^ ; Si?!, 1 !?" enricd with that play .{ ':• Whllehaven cot what proved to * be the clincher when the third (limrter was about eight minutes old. A hard charging Whitehaven line and a five-yard penalty forced FL'her to punt from deep In his end zone. Bohlnd good protect!™, he booted to the lilythcville 37, May passc'd to Holley, Tiger workhorse, for a first on the 16 but a subsequent pair of penalties, a fiver against the Chicks and 15 asatnst the Timers, moved the ball bsck to the 25. Then Holley. with good In-lhe- llne blocking chujged to the Blytheville 7. Holler .Scores Grllfith f'-n-.bled his way to a first down. Whilchaven recovering on Ihe four. Holley rammed hli .own left tackle for the score. Dawson got two tries but failed to ccr.-.ert. in Whitehaven, the Chicks ran up ncalnst one of the stoutest clubs •hey'll face this year'. Statistically, the t\vo teams were tbout even, with Blytheville having the passing edge while the Tigers were better on Ihe ground. Danny Edgmon, soph • hallback starting his first game, got all but one of Blythevilte's net rushing oprdage. T'The hustling, "lanky sophomore r-tied 63 In eight tries and Blythc- '• ( 'Vs net was Just 64. Whilchaven rolled up only Its tribute In itself to th« Chicks' nei'cr-say-dle line play. Both had ten first downs which is Indicative or the tremendous defensive battle, little appreciated hy today's red-hot homerun fans But Motley showed the cra'jrd » new »nd very tffectlvi offensive Bly Childress Edgmon Hays Mosley Pistier Holland - IVhitehaven May Holley McRae Da WE on Garland Griffith Alt. 7 5 2 1 5 16 9 3 3 2 Gnd. 4 63 -14 3 2 6 23 55 51 -3 19 4 4.5 3.4 5.6 -I • 6.3, 2 Football Scores County Whitehaven 13, Blytheville 8 Shawnee 18. Crawfordsville 6 Osceola 34, Parkin 0 Wilson 25, Keiser 6 Luxora 12, Marion 0 Burdette'25. Corning 6 Big Seven North Little Rock 61. Hot Spring-, Little Rock 21, Texarkana 0 Pine Bluff 35, Mai-nolla 18 El Dorado 42, Smackover 34 Class AA District I Rogers 2S, Suljiaco 6 Fayetteville 40, Van Buren 6 Springdale 41. Behtonvllle 14 Dlsirict IF Jonesboro 20. Forrest City 6 Newport 47, Beebe 0 District HI Conway 19. Stuttgart 13 Benton 27, Russellville 0 Malvern 55. Arkadefrhia 0 District W Rison 37, Fordyce 7 Camden 38. Crossett 0 Hope 20, Pairview 13 Olhcr Scores Alma 7, Salllsaw, Okla. 6 Ashdown 27, Prescott 14 Morrllton 27. Atkins B Harrlsburg 27. Barton 7 Sc-arcy 2.5. Balesvllle o Clinton 13, Cabot 7 Glllett 14. Clarendon 1J Danville 7, St. Anne's 0 Eudora 14, Dermott 7 Cotton Plant 33, DeValls Bluff 0 McGhee 12. Dumas 0 England 28. Magnet Cove 13 Booneville 33, Greenwood 0 Gurdon 19. Bryant 13 Harrison 14, Siloam Springs o Wynne 61. Helena 6 DeWHt 26. Hamburg 12 Carlisle 63, Haien 0 Heber Springs 34, Harding Academy 0 Broken Bow. Okla. 18, Horatio 0 Hughes 33. Holly Grove 19 Piggott 38, Kennett. Mo. 7 Lonoke 33. Mabelvale 13 Brinkley 19. Marianna 6 Paragculd 20. Marked Tree 20 tie M:Crory 18, Augusta 5 Monticello 20, Lake Village 19 Nashville 37, DeQueen 0 Mena 26, Heavener, Okla. 0 Ozark 23, Clarksville 0 Sheridan 20, Jacksonville IS Paris 57. Waldron 14 Walnut Ridge 7, Bald Knob- 7 tie Bauxite 20,.Warren 13 F^irle 23, West Memphis 8 Villanova 28 Boslon College 7 Miami, Fla 41 Richmond 6 Purman 7 The Citadel 7 lie Chattanooga 23 Memphis State 6 Tennessee A & I 22 West Virginia Slate 7 Southeast Mijsoiu-1 Jo Missouri Mines 0 Baker 20 Bethany, K«s IS St. Cloud 20 Bemtdji o College Emporta 58 Sterling 12 Minot 38 BottlnCRU Forestry 0 York, Neb 20 South Dakota Wesleyan 19 Washburn 21 at. Benedict, Kas. JO Iowa Central 32 Dana 14 Carthage 33 Augstana, ill. 13 Northeastern Okla JC 42 Eastern Okla A k M 0 Eastern Xew Mexico 30 Colorado HOU.BV MOVES FOR AIN - Billy cilbow. Blytherille letterman end, sots reaay to drop Whitehaven's Holley after latter picked up three yards ,n first quarter of last night's contest at Haley Field (Courier News Fhofo) Felts, Harrison Lead Indians To Win Over Crawfordsville SHAWNEE—Billic Felts came up off the bench and ran H and yards to help shawnee's Indians Prep Conference Standings. Little Rock Pine Bluff North Little Tuxarkana El Dorr, do Ft. Smith Hot Springs Rock W 3 2 2 1 1 0 0 L Pet o i.ooq o i.ood o i.ooo .500 .3,1,1 .000 .000 Clnss AA District I Rogers Fayetteville Subiaco Springdale Van Buren District Jonesboro Blytheville Newport Forrest City. II L Pet 0 1.000 1 .GOT 1 .500 1 .500 3 .000 0 1.000 0 .000 1 1 .000 .000 a pretty 37- fo an 18-6 conquest over Craw- tordsville here last night. It was the second win of the season for the Indians. H-nry Harrison added the third Indian marker yard romp. Shawnee moved with a Brewer- Bowen prss, to the Crawfordsville two on the first play of the game but couldn't push across. TITcir first TD was set up by a partially blocked nliick kick. Felts turned in his 14-yarder a lew plays later and Shawnee went into the lead.,. Crawfordsville's Moratti Intercepted a Brewer pass before halftime and ran it back 21 yards to knot the count. tn the third, Harrison chipped In his touchdown run and in the final quarter, Felts, with good blocking sot loose for 88 yards and a touch"-' down. Goudeaux continued to shine in Shnwnee's line, both with his offensive and defensive plav. Wilson Gets 25-6 Win Over Keiser WILSON-WiLson's Bulldogs took a first quarter lead and then roller! on lor an easy 25-G conquest over Keiser here last night. Jimmy Grant's scoring run canned a 50-yard Bulldog drive in the middle of the first period. Keiser stiffened and there was no more scoring in the remainder of the half. Wilson opened up in the third when Terry Robinson plunged over from the five and Dec Jones went ten yards^for another touchdown Howard Cisscll took a pnss from Robinson in the fourth period in Ihe end zone. The play started on the Keiser 30. Kyle Teal booted one extra point after Robinson's marker. Keiser scored In the final minutes of the game as Wilson's reserves took over. David Wilbanks, Yellowjackct halfback, scooted 45 yards for the six-pointer. Last night's victory gave the Bulldogs a 4-1-1 record lo date. They will entertain West Mem phis here next Friday. MOS1.KV KIVIUIINS I'UNT - Tommy Mosley" Chick halfback who returned.to action last night, U pictured returning a Whitehaven klckoft u Walsh gives pursuit. Mosley ran 28 yards to Blyth. ville 30. (Courier News Photo) Malvcrn Ben ton Conway Arkadelphia Russellvillc District III 0 1.000 J.OOO .500 .500 .333 Magnolia Smackover Hops Camden Fordyce District IV 0 1.000 1 .500 0 .000 0 .000 1 .000 Mines 7 Southeast Missouri Illmo-Pornfelt 6, B. Prairie- Porlageville 33, Dexter 0. 12 Cape Girardeau 12, Jackson, Mo., Cairo 7. West Frankfort, 111 39 Piigott 38, Kennett 7. Caruthersvllle 12, Charleston 6 Sikeston 13, Poplar Bluff 12 Crawfordsrille Briggs A. Briggs Currie Woodruff Rogers Ellis Marconi Gilchrist Moratti Landrum Glenn I>os. LE LT LG C RG RT RE QB HB HB FB Shawnee Sudbury Gets Win Over Ldnge Scoring touchdowns In the. first and second periods, Sudbury's football team threw up an air-tight defense to win 14-0 over Lnnge's Wildcats In a "Y" Grade School League game at Little Park yesterday afternoon. Lange received the opening kickoff and punted on second down Sudbury took the ball and marched to a score in only four plays, Danny Morris carrying over from the one on a reverse from Bobby WeU- brook. The extra point was made on a pttchout to Freddie White and Coach Birmingham's boys led 1-0. In the second period. Morris scored again from n yards out on the same play that netted the first and Charles Chism went over for the extra point to make it 14-0. Lange's defense stiflcned remarkably in (he last half and most of the play was between the 30 yard lines. Sudbury's ended with most serious the last play threat of the Bowen | lhird period when they carried to ,*,*,„„ Ihe Lange. 15 but nn the opening play of the lourth period, fumbled Bradshaw Jenkins Goudeaux Buddy Felts Hill Wilson Brewer Battle Harrison Slilcer Substitutes: Crawfordsvllle — Myers, D. Gilchrist. B. Marconi, Smith, Duncan. Shawnee — Mahoney Bagley, Billic Felts. Speck. Rogers Shannon , Qwaltney, Allensworth Seymore. Officials: Stotts, Lynch] Trammel. When the highway to Alaska through Canada was first opened to the public, Canada required permits from motorists who wished to use the road. Now the increased number of service stations and other aids to travelers have made such permits unnecessary. Sudbury Central . Yarbro . Lange . loss of 14 yards. STANDINGS Won Lost Tied Newer Autos, More Accidents DENVER M>/-A Colorado ofllclal came up with some rather surprising statistics for those who think old, worn automobiles are responsible for most fatal highway accidents. C. P. Fugate. director of the state 'revenue department, said 192 motor vehicles were adjudged at fault In accidents which caused 2il deaths In Colorado up to Sept. 1 Of these cars, 138 were postwar models and only 20 of them had been manufactured by 1939. Luxor a Wins Over Marion By 12-0 Count LUXORA— with an offense that was erratic. Luxora's Panthers still managed 'o save n homecoming day victory by defeating wlnlcss Marion, 12-0. The victory gave Luxora a 5-0 seapon record. The Panthers scored tn the second quarter on a 45-yard drive to grab a 6-0 halftlme lead. Marion's only offensive thrust of the day came Just prior to halftlme when Ihe Tartans penetrated to the Panther 30 on four straight first downs. That drive started on the Marton 20. Luxorn picked up a fumble deep in Marlon territory In the third quarter and a Gentry .to Towies pass was good for the score. Marion made seven first downs to Luxora's five, The lineups: r os . Marlon ""'= Ashley nillblng Haminacfc Wendell Harian Stecle tpeleman Simpson jf° ncs T-lowcrs LT LG c no RT RE QB HB "3 FB I.uxorn Clark Bennett Hollinger Cunningham j. ^ nrch Whlle Stovall Gentry . Towies 'flicker R. T a fc Billiivs "' Substitutes: Marion _ Blackford. Freeman; Luxorn — Tale. N. Barch, B. Tlnvcntt and j' Thweatt. Osceola in Homecoming Win Over Parkin, 34-0 OSCEOLA—An easy 34-0 win over Parkin highlighted Osceola's homecoming here last night. Osceola got away quick. Cantrel intercepted a Parkin pass early In the game and returned to the Parkin 30. Cnntrcl then scored on tha next play, running wide around end. The Semlnolcs' next marker came as a result of «. Parkin fumble on the Osceola 27. Thomason got 24 yards, Cantrel eight and Stllwell moved to the Parkin 29. A funjbte and penalty made It third and 35 but Stilwell threw to Sheldon for 24 and Control made a first on the Parkin 10. Thomnson scored up the middle. Stllwell added the next score from five yards out then Rog'ers threw to Cole for a touchdown. Burrh capped the scoring wl!h ns of six nnd then three for the touchdown. Coach Dukle Speck played every man on his bench during the contest.. Donald Dunn, star Semlnole halfback who was injured last week against Bartlelt, did not see any action, however. Last night's victory marked th» improving Scmlnoles' second of tha year. They will face Portagavllle, Mo., next week: Osceola pos. ' Pariln 31 Shelden .. L-.E. .. Melhorn 6S 09 Hill ....;. L.T. McKnight 82 6fl Alexander . L.G. . B Luplow 77 33 Little o. . J. Banner M 30 Werhcest . R.Q. . j. wilkins 72 53 Nnnley .. R.T. .., Turpen S3 88 Cole R.E. ...I Young 78 10 Rogers ... Q B. w. Hornier 75 16 Stilwell ... L.H Shaw 13 50 Cantrel ... R.n. ... Bagwell 71 17 Thomason P.B. E. Luplow 7* Enos Slaughter Is Comeback Star of '52 in Major Leagues Kawalski's Legion Grapple Card Promoter Mike Meroney brings the famous Kowalsk! Brothers Ivan and Karl, lo his weekly mat .show at American Legion auditorium Monday night. A six-man tag affair Is the principal attraction. The Kowalski's will team with Leo Newman against Polo Cordova, Lee Fields and Les!er Welch. The Kownlskl's have been seen frequently on televised wrestling nin tchcs. Preliminaries will find Karl Ka- waiskl vs. Cordova. Ivan vs. Welch and Newman vs. Held.?. ' All preliminaries will he one fall 30-mlmite time limit matches. The latr go will be a best two of three falls with a SO-mlnute time limit. BLHHbVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 20 8:15 p.m. < 6 MAN TAG MATCH At the U. S. Bureau of Mines synthetic fuels plant tn Louisiana, Mo., a ton of coal yields 126 gallons of gasoline and more thai. 40 gallons of other liquid fuels, plus an assortment of chemicals. ny JOE TtEIHLER NF,W YORK OR—Enos (Country) Slaughter, veteran outfield star of the St. Louis Cardinals, was selected yesterday as the player who made the greatest'comeback of the 1D52 baseball season. The slugging country boy from North Carolina, generally regard- pel ns one of Iho game's fiercest competitors, captured the Associated Ifiress "Comehack-of-the- Year" award handily, receiving 26 of the Gl votes cast by members of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Thirteen other candidates were nominated but no/te proved any serious threat to the rollicking Hedblrd. Luke F.aster of Cleveland came second with 11 votes. It's easy to see why the experts voted for Slaughter, the original perpetual motion kid, who never walks when he can run to the nearest exl, or base. The balding flychnser was considered all washed up last April, alter hilling a. lowly .281 In 123 sanies In 1351. But he astounded the critics by not only participating in 140 contests but hilling nt an even .300 clip. That was not nil. The husky Carolinian, whc will be 37 next April, batted In 101 runs ru«l swatted 40 extra base hits including 11 home runs, 12 triples and 17 doubles. The Cardinals, off to a poor start, caght wflre In mid-season and finished a strong third. They iilnycd the best ball in the league in the second half of the season, principally because of Slaughter's hoi bat that picked up 37 IlBIs and seven home runs over the previous season. Durable Enos became « Cardinal back In 1938 and has been a star ever since. Oldest regular in the major leagues. Slaughter still Is Ihe take charge guy of his club. His spirit, always fierce and flam- Ing has not waned a bit desplta his 15 years In the big leagues. When a cubic foot of natural gas burns completely, it produces a cubic foot of carbon dioxide and two cubic feet of water vepor. Adults 60c—Children 15c Leo Newman and Kawalski Bros, vs. Polo Cordova, Lee Fields & Lester W«lch Also 3 1-Fcill Matches 30 Minute Time Limit Ntwman vi. Fields K. Kawalski vt, Cordova I. Kawalski vs. Welch MONDAY SCHOOL CHILDREN'S SPECIAL 2 Price Circus Coupon Ticket K!NG Bros. 3 Ring CIRCUS Cli|i This Coupon Here This Special Coupon Wiih Only OC- All Taxes ^ J ^ Included Will Admit Any School Hoy or Gir! Afternoon Only Present this coupon with 35 cents (taxes Included) *t the Main Entrance Gates show grounds between I and 2 p. M Children's admission, without Oil, cou r on, sold on show grounds HO c«-nl s -ln«es Includcd-you ulll save 25 cenfj ,1th connon. Cornihg SOOM af" your- Dodrje Dealer

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