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> FMDAT, •EPTEMB1ER IB, -.BLYTHEVlLIiE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Juniors' Defense Also Effective MotUy, Blonkciwhip Star on Off«ns« and or. 4 of 5 TD'« , School's Papooses got their 1950 football season underway in fine form, .trouncing a hapless Marked Tree junior eleven 35-0 at Haley Field last night. Led by a pair of fleet-footed halfbacks, Captain Tommy Mosley and Norbett Blankenshlp, Coach Earl Slabler's Paps 'poured all of their scoring into the first three quarters and fit the same lime kept the J tin lor Indian's single wing offense derailed with a sharp,, goot-to-watch defensive game.- 1 ' - '•--. Mosley and Blankenshlp were the whole offensive show, hot-heeling their way over the Haley Field turf on-' numerous ' long; broken-field runs.-Together' they scored four of the Paps' five touchdowns ,and every om' from a long way out. Mosley accounted for three touchdowns and Blankenshlp one. The other 1 was J scored'by, end Dresvey O'Dell on a well-executed end around olay. . ' -Pap* Score QuIeklT . . U took: the Paps only: four plays to get'-the night's scoring, started. They took-the opening, kickoff at the Marked-Tree. 48 and moved 1m- mediately •* into ' scoring position. Blankenshlp set up the InitiaKtally with a beaiiUfut 19-yard end sweep behind near ,perfect, blocking - to "tttfC to'the 21. Mosley picked up tll^'co'unter on the . next plav.by cycling [he' other flank. Fullback Bub Chltdress plunged for the seventh point. .- . ,, .... : . Blankenshlp madft it 13-0 toward the end ,of. the 'opening quarter streaking 5< yards around end on a reverse play off ; the end around. And/again Chlldress .plunged .-lor the e*tr» point.- ,-. ; •.'. ,',- , . Mo«ley scored,-his. second touchdown in the second quarter, whet h«.pulled down a Marked Tree Tol- Ixrl-lo-Cclller -pass at the-Indian 45 and streaked down the.sideline lc the'-end tone untouched. Chll- riress picked up the extra point. tn give th« Paps a 21-i) .nalftime lead. OT>I1 scored his six-pointer early In the third quarter when he.swept around, end .from eight yards: out after Blankenship hacL. set up . the score on a reverse, play that carried 16 yards. • • , ~: ;..• • . .','•[ •-•-- Score* OA 7ft-Yard Ran .. Less than two minutes later Mosley. exploded -tor the longest run of the night, a 70-yard, touchdown Jaunt around.the Indians' left'flank. Chiliiresij added both extra points. ,.iThe Indiana iw.ewWpever iln., the Vft. Their, defense was weak and fjj r offense *as,stopped cold by th« hard-charging Pap linemen They, picked up only two f Irst^downs and.gained.only 64 yards. And these were, against . stabler'; -. resefves _ Marked Tree's longest run of the night, wa* an eight jrard plunge jby halfback Crowson oh .the last play of th» game. . ' ' , Against the st»rlers^ the Indians rained only 10 yards In. two series of dnwnj.'- ..- . . ; Coach Stabler used every available pl»yer, sending « total oi;-35 Into the game. .Th« reserves played most of trie last half. ,Startln? lineum: 0,'Dell., . ,. Jones Whit. Prlrett Birmingham Spencer < Gilbow Snyder Mosley' .Blank«naM|> Chlldress -. LE LT LO C • RO RT RE QB HB HB, ra Marked Tree - - . . ivy -Terrell 'Patrick Brown Jenning " " Scott . Davis Pinksto Collie .. Crowso .Tolbert —• r*"*. - ..'.•*«-*••-:•- j ijiutir ^bsttlutlorw:' Blytheville—Mich r^Edgemon, j o n cs _ Nelson,' Stanfield,-, Abbptt, Langston, Burntiam Hay. r.Walker, Hall. Hill, . SftelUm Cobb, Nail, Smith, Posej, J. Smith' Jackson, Penn, Taylor, Stsler.'Mil ler, Acr««. Marked Tree—Hall. San ders, Vaughn,; Perkins. Holt, Cole man, B. Scotl, Ratliff »nd Wallin. Yds. gained: rush: Blytheville—260. Marked -Tree.— B4. First downs: Blylheville—10. .Marked Tree—2. Offimls: Herb Childs, referee;- Bill Godwin, umpire";- Lloyd W.is'e', 4 head lines;. Sonny, Lloyd) field Jud««. " Catiitbefsyille To Open Grid Seasqn Tonight CARUTHERSVILLE. -Mo.. Sept. l^The.c.irulhersvltle Tigers rill oiien their 1950 frrld season at home tonight .against Portageville. • .- . The Tigers are under the dlrec- «°n of .coach Ervln Pitts, Coach A** replaced- Wilbur Vote . who. af- TT °, n j y l *'° «'eclts of coaching In Caruthersvllie,- was rtl | ct , fn to ac- seri- MrV by the Alr ror « Re Coach pitus comes to Caruthcrs- S- h i lweh - VM " « l Aberdeen, Wash., and has ,Iso coached two "?"•*«• w . c il;, p ">.ln», Mo. HO h a graduate of fce University of MIs- f't'fi 1 C l" M Of 1913 ' wl ^ ere h * P Ia 5'Cd naiioacK. T1ie .3 l *' rs sporl ' Ollr '««n le»er- mcn . <, hls ye»r. .They are, Robert Canlrtll. Gary --Wilson, Charles Mead Frank Morgan, -Harold Jones, Charey Bostlc, Bob Ooodin, -Joe Haw) Howard Fike, Parker Mehrie. H i u C £ I ?" 1 KI " K ' BIM Cam P and Jack Pankey. TTie probable starting lineup for tonight's game ts Mehrie, left end- lc, l«'t tackle; me. left guard! . Go< ^ h V e 'V et: " l * :Cu llough. r'Sht K'.ard; Hazel, rlght.tackle; Camp or Laccy. right onrt; Wilson, halft'ck'- jPr^tt, halfback ind Jon,," fulil "ft? V"' • - - - ^ ' ^ - '-.".. ' - ' - • : —— : :— •' • . . ' • tAQR 8EVBN Marked Tree Juniors 35-0; Chicks Invade Paragould Tonight 8 ** L*« P 'I I U 3 ; i? IB aa' ID' 2 V > i ; 9 ; 5 is ie 12 20 Palmer in Front In St. Louis Open North Carolina Pro First First Round ' 68 to Take Lead ST. LOUIS. Sept. 15. CAP)Johnny Palmer of Badin. N.C.. a veteran of the tournament c'nnilt. 1 a.nd l.wo lesser known golfers led the way today Into tile second rrr.;nil of the $15.000 St. Louis Open golf tournament. Even with Palmer with- tivo-un- dcr-par 68's in the first round yesterday were -Orville White, 42, Winston-Salem, N.C., pro, and Col! Jamie Oough of Scot' 'Air Force Base. 111., an amateur. White used to be a caddy at the 6,125-yai'd algoiiQiiin golf club' course, where the tournament is In progress:Four frot with *9 Four leading circuit pros were among the six competitors who finished with 69's In the first round. They are Sam Snead of White Stil- phur Springs, W.Va.,-the .favorite, Lloyd Mallgruni ; ol Chicago,. Jim Perrior of San Francisco, and Ed Oliver of Stealle, Wash! Dow Finsterwald, . an" amateur from Athens. O.. and,A! Besselink, profejisional of Royal Oak. Mich., also had 69's..-, - ... . Jirn Demarelo.f Oaji, Calif.,-needed 76 strokes and advised a P.G.A. official that he was withdrawing.' Others who scored 75's or better Included: ' - , . r . ' "'Leo'riard'Dodson, Kansas City- 3734 71; Art Wadkins,-Joplin, Mo., 36-3*^-72; Inland Gibson, Kansas City, 35-37—72; Pet« Fleming. Little Rock, Ark., -38-31—13: John Whitten, Little Rock, 37-36—73; SV.ee Riegel, ' -Tulsa; Okla., 38-35—73; Jamw Tom Blair HI, Jefferson City, Mo., 39-3S-74; Bin Black, Independence. Mo., 36-39-15; Gerald Pelper, Kansas City, 39-36—15. ,'.':- •—Courier News Photo BUKIIE'iTK'S MRATES-MissIssippi County has a brand new football team this year, the Burdett'e Pirates The Pnates will play the fiist game of-their school history; tonight when Ihoj iniade Joiner to meet the Shawnee High School Indians. Members of Coach Charles Sims squ->d arc: front row .(leftuo right) Gore, Cable Smith, Burks, Pieice, QNe-J Stiucener and Eubanks. -Secontt Vow-Perkin.s Barber >r»nks Daniel Williams. Young Duncan and: Conner B-u.k Row-Langlej, Hamilton , ., . • Little Rock's Tigers, who have sported fine aerial circuses in other recent seasons, turned loose a powerful running attack and a rugged defense to trip Subjaco. 12-S, and mark up their second straight victory of the new campaign. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION' (Piaj'off) Atlanta '. ....,' 2 Birmingham j Nashville _. .....; j Memphis . ....,......".-o Philadelphia Brooklyn . Boston ... New York . St. Louis . Cincinnati . Chicago . '. Pittsburgh . L 0 1 1 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE -W L Pet. 84 53 .613 76 57 .571 75 59 15 69 61 . 67 i 58 77 . 66 83 51 87 .560 .S51 .507 •.430 .403 .370 Pet. 1.000 . .500 .SOD .000 G.R AMERICAN' LEAGUE W I, I'd. New Yoi-k 88 50 G38 Detroit; .87 50 .635 •Bostcil . ; ...... p,6 52 Cleveland . 81 59 Washington . ..59 17 Chicago - 5 ,| ' Bn St. Lollls . 52 86 Philadelphia . . 47 8 4 .623 .579 .434 .386 yn .333 O.B. Heads Tech Board RUSSELLV1LLE. Ark., Sept. Hf> — Former Chancellor John Chambers of Danville has been College Season To Open Tonight Mor« Mian 20 Gamts Scheduled in Nation For tki* Weekend NEW YORK. Sepl. 15. (AD _ Despite mid-summer temperatures and tvtn hoter baseball races college football begins IU schedule this weekend. Nearly two dozen games are booked. They include such schools as Denver, Drake, Cincinnati, Briglmm Young Kansas State, Kentucky, Tuka, Nevada, Wyoming, DiKJiies- ue and St. Bonaventure. Denver and Drake are the first of the major schools to send their elevens into action. The two play tonight at DCS Motnes. The game gives John Bright of Drake.a head start oil his campaign to retain the nation's ground-gaining title he roil l?st isea.son. There, will btr entirely different feelings at-Lexington, Ky.. and Pocatello, Ida. at Lexington and the Kentucky Wildcat-, take on North ow-angej, amon Franks, West, Robison, Perkins, Koui I Whafley. Banks, and Lutes m m ' team manager. Smackover Beaten Again, 67-0; Little Rock Edges Subiaco 12-6 LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 15. W')-Smackoiers Buck-uoos wrecked by graduation since winning the 1040 Ai Kansas Class A A football chain p.omhip, took it on the chin again last night. But Big Six- champ Little Hock.kept rolling along.. The Bucks, who lost their coach* as well as virtually, their entire '49 learn, went down under another Louisiana team, Pah-park administering the humiliation this time by a G7-0 count. That leaves Smackover not only wlnless- but also scoreless in Its first two 1550 starts. The South Arkansas crew was bopped, 20-0 by Bastrop, La., last week. The . May Have Been Test speedier Tigers struck for two touchdowns in the first half" and, except for the Trojans' fourth quarter tally. Little Rock's goal line wasn't threatened. . Last night's encounter may have been the. test to prove the'Tigers have..it ,again this,,year. 'Subiaco was runner-up In Class AA last year .and, '.well stocked with - veterans, Is,: expected to make a strong bid for the 'championship of its division this fall. Little Rock completed only one of nine, passes, that one for "only -, n 'ht yards. But it piled "up 224 yards rushing to 54' for the Trojans and that was that. Runs of 22 yards by H_enry Moore and 24 yards by Carol Henry provided the Tiger touchdowns. Raymond James huck- ed a yard tor Subiaco's score. The first heavy high school grid program of the year comes up tonight, with some 60 games carded. Other scores last night: " Bald Knob 19, imboden 0 DeWitt 13. pine Bluff "B" 0 Whitehall 38, Bryant 0 Oiirdon 13, ivragnet Cove 0 YesiPrclav's Results : SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION , (Playoff) No games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE i Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 2 : Brooklyn 6-5, Cincinnati 3-2 Pittsburgh 7-1, New York 1-6 Boston 7.' Chicago 4 Blytheville'Y' Plans Teen-Age Soccer League Soccer, an ancient sport that has gained in national prominence in recent years, will be Introduced In Blytheville . this afternoon by the Blytheville y. . . . •, -. J. P. Carroll, Y' director, said this morning that a demonstration of the sport will be given this afternoon at 4:30 at Little Park, .and plans for (he formation .of a teenaged .soccer league will be discussed, provided, weather permits Boys of the junior high school age will receive Instruction in trie sport this afternoon, by 'Emory' (Shorty,) .Francis 'and, Larry Kneas, both former : soccer .players,'.' Mr : Garrott said. All Junior high schbbi boys have been Invited to participate. .,- . . ' ; : ' - ' If enough interest- is 'created by (his 'afternoon's '.'demonstration a Junior high soccer league will be formed, Mr. Garrott said. ' AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 7, Detroit 5 St. Louis 6. Boston 3 -' Chicago 5. Philadelphia -2 Washington at'Cleveland, rain W. L. Davis Leads State Skeet Shoot EL DORADO, Ark., Sept. 15. W)— The Arkansas State .skeet shoot went into Its second day here torn aftcr R Tc!iarkana contender, w. L. Davis, sho^ a perfect IOC in yesterday's opening day Introductory event. VanBurenStor To Enter U. of A. VAN BUREN, Ark., Sept. 15. Floyd Sagely, former Van Burean High.School athlete, says he's definitely decided to enter University of Arkansas next week. ' Sagely." ai , all-state selection hi both basketball and football, said earlier this sutner he would go to Arkansas. Then said he changed his mind and would go to Tulune. Now he says Its Arkansas again after visiting .Oklahoma A. & &!. and Notre Dame. Mize, DiMaggio Lead Yanks To Important Win Over Tigers By RALPH RODIiN ' Associated Press Sports Writer - A couple of old pros, joe DiMagglo and Johnny Mize; are nobly carylng on the New York Yankee tradition of winning the clutch games These two veterans, both In their lexas Stale In full confidence that the contest .is but the first victory m another • successful cainpljm. Kentucky, one of the Southeastern Conference favorites, won nine and lost three last year, including a 21 to 13 setback by Santa Clara in the Orange Bowl. At Pocatello It will he Brlgham Young hunting Its first triumph since 1948. The Mountain Caugars went through an 11-game schedule last season without a victory or-tie. Cincinnati, which could be .one of the midwest's-tangliest, opens Its schedule by playing host to Texas Western while Tulsa and Wyoming, two o'her candidates for post-season glory, also start punting and passing. rr i » t ' • miuer wnncca, .Mite fol Tulsa takes on McMurry of Texas his 20th rotmd-trlppcr. and Wyoming, looking ahead to -• • ' ~ " next week's revenge buttle with Baylor, works out against Montana State. Baylor was the only club to beat Wyoming In 1049. 15. Whitworth Has Small Squad at Oklahoma A & M STILLWATF.R, Okla., Sept. ia (AP)—contact work will'be rare fo the Oklahoma Aggies from now ot until they open the 1950 football season against Arkansas at Little Rock Sept. 23. . A. and M.'s new .coach, J. B. (Ears) Whitworth, a .former Blylhevillc, Ark., high.school grid star, Is faced with the problem of molding a team from the smallest Aggie squad In years—just 37 men. : . . ; "• With such" a Jack of depth, he's afraid to risk scrimmages which might Injure key players. WhitwortJi has no starters back from last year, but some of the 13 lettermen were pushing ' the regulars & year, ago. In addition, Darrel Mefsenhelmcr. all-Missouri v?llcy Conference guard of 1947 and 1948 who was out of action with an injury last year, is back In barney, He has been shifted to halfback. ., Bob Cook, an alternate last year, Is operating well at quarterback. Rounding out the ball-advancing department are Arlen McNeil at left half and John Grabko at fullback. Both lettered l» 1049. Whitworth Li striving for team speed to oflset the lack of any one deer-footed individual and for near- perfect condition to offset lack of size.and depth. Probable Starting Lineups Blylhuill. PUy*r wti Fed Vance jgi Bill Boyd IQ7 Bill Mayo is* J. C. Droka jgj Leroy Criner 170 Quincy Kodg« ieo Mack Hay u# Dick Held 162 Mel Hay m Charles Lutea 160 Robert Reid ' 195 Avermiet Line—112 Backs- Team—172 Pei. L.E. b.T. L.O. - C. B.Q. R.T. R.E. «.B. L.H. R.H. F.B. Wt. 160 160 155 s 150 160 172 170 148 145 150 149 -171; Line—153 I'uagoulrt Mayer Jim Hamilton Kaut White Elvis Staggs Jim Phillips Dorris Mitchell Harold Lyerly Jim Bomar Harold Wood Joe McDnnlcl Sonny Archer John Lllley Averages - , Backs—148 Team—168 12th seasons, arc supplying the power that has propelled tho Yankees to the front in the rtlng dong American League pennant fight. DiMaggio and Mlzc powered timely home runs yesterday to lead the Bombers to a 1-5 victory over Jhe Tigers in the opening game of their vital three-game scries at Detroit. The "Jump" triumph moved the world champions to the head of thf class with a half-game edge. The Tigers fell back io second while Hie surge of the Boston Bed Sox was -derailed temporarily. In St. Louis by the upstart Browns, who .'now have won eight In a row. The Browns polished off Tom Yawkey's gold-plalcrt boys, 6-3. The Sox i now trull by two games. •• DiMaggio led off the second Inning with his 20th homer. Hank Hauer walked, Mize followed with Dick Starr, a former Yankee, stunned the Red Sox with a neat seven hitter under the lights at St Louis. The Browns broke a 2-2 tic with three runs in the .sixth inning and were never headed. White Sox Win Dick Kokos began the' winning rally with a double. Hank Arft singled Kokos home but'was thrown' out attempting to. reach, second. George Stirnwelss, another former Yankee, doubled and went to third on a ground out. Owen Friend was 1 Intentionally walked and promptly, stole, second. Starr grounded to scampered home with the clinching runs. . The ...Chicago .-.white 89*. turned back the Phflndelphta' Athletics, 52, in the only other American Lea.- 1 gue game. : Washington and Cleve'- land were rained out.- ...... The : Philadelphia Phillies cpiitln-. ued their march to the National League pennant' by edging the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2, In a night game In Philadelphia. Willie Jones singled .home Ed Waltkus from third base with two out In the ninth Inning to win the game. Dodgera win Two The Phils' lead, however, was reduced to six games, u.the runner- up Brooklyn Dodgers took * doubleheader from the Cincinnati Reds 6-5'and 5-J. ' ' Home runs by Gil Hodges, Billy Cox. Bi-uce Edwards and carl Furll- lo featured by first-game victory. Preacher Roe gained Ills 18th victory In the finale but Ralph Branca saved the game. In the nlnjh by striking out two pilch-hitters with the bases loaded. The New York Giants split a No other Bond can match that Kentucky Tavern taste $ 6 57 4-5 Qt. T H E ARI 100 Proof STOCRAT 1 OP BON DISTILLERIES COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY. D S doubleheader with the -.— ..-...., <\.i.\,n «I Pirates, winning the second game -1. behind the six-hit pitching Jim Hcarn njter losing the ' f ~..,, iii.il>!> uj.il. i iu^niK me opener, 7-1, to little Mnrry Dlck'son, •vho also granted only six blows. Johnny Sain became Boston's third 19-gamc winner as he pitched (he Braves to a 7-4 victory over the Chicago cubs. Today's Gnme.<; SOUTHERN' ASSOCIATION ' .. (Playoff) Atlarila at Memphis, night Birmingham at Nashville, night NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Brooklyn Pittsburgh nt Boston Cincinnati R (, Philadelphia (2 twl-nfght) . . Chicago at New Yorif AMERICAN LEAGUE '' " New York nt Detroit Boston-at. St. Louis Philadelphia at Chicago (night) Washington at Clevelnnd Ctwl- hlKht) Southern League Playoff Action to Resume Tonight ; By The' Associated Press Baseball fans in Memphis and iu».i in muiiijuiis ann Nashville have a chance tonight to watch their Southern Association teams try again to trip the lengu leaders,,-Atlanta nnd Hlrmlnglnui In first: round playoff games. 1 ' Memphis'.tried twice, in Atlanta to down the_ pennant winning Crackers, ; biit"cArne off *wond b'es' Both times/ Nashville was more successful. The Vols dropped the first game with the second-place Barons but squared •• one-nil with night. . . The teams were Idle last night. Leo aolcocchca, a Chick, south paw with a 14-12 record, Is schedul cd to take a shot at downing At lanta. Art Fowler, who won 19 during the regular season, appea ed the best bet for Atlanta. Vol Manager Don osborn called on Bobo Holloman to face Birmingham, although the Barons-scnt him to the showers hi the first game of the series. Birmingham will send out Jim Atkins. . the four-of-seven victory Wednesday Victory No. Two Blytheville Winner Over Bulldogs for Post 23 Years . Coach RUSJ Moslev-s B!ythevl!1» Chicks go after victory-No.-.Two tonight when they invade Paragould to taiigle with their perennial rival*, the Paragould Bulldogs..The,gam« is scliedulcd for Parogould's H«- mon Field at 8 o'clock. . ....'. The Chicks opened their 1950 grid season last week with a decisive 3214 victory over Barllett, Tenn., and that victory, Mosley hopes, started the Tribe on the climb to regain its spot as one of the top Class AA teams in the state,- -.•<.,•• The Chicks not only will be seeking their second straight win tonight but they also will be protect- ing'what Is believed lobe the longest reign of superiority In tHe state's history. They. haven't lost to the Bulldogs hi 2.7 years. Pnrnsoiild last defeated Blytheville In 1927 ''by • a 6-0 score. Spirit Isi H!|h . The Chicks wound up their pre- game practice with a light workout yesterday afternoon arid -the -session was marked by the tea'm'» high spirit. . • •<•Coach Mosley said last night he expected to use the same starting lineup, against the Bulldogs Diet he did against Bariiett last week, with Ted vance and Mack Hay »t-end; Hill Boyd and Qulncy Hodge .at tackles; Dill urayo and Leroy Criner at guards, J. C; Droke at center- Dick -Reid at quarterback; Mel-Hay and Charles (Ruff) Lutes at halfbacks and Robert Beld at fullback. The ahlcks nre rated favorites In tonight's tussle. The Bulldogs are said to be light and lacking In exiwrlence In spite of the fact tiicy have 10 lettermen back from last, year's squad. • Jr. A. (Sandy) Sanford, co»ch of the Bulldogs, said this mornlng.that lie expected ( o lose tonight .but hs thought that his Bulldogs "will give you n good game". "I saw Blytheville play lait week and RUSS' boys looked mighty good to me. Hh backfleld will ' be too much for use, though, I'm afraid" he saUI. Remember Near Los» . ' But the Chicks weren't too'quick to go along with him. Mosley well remembers 1948 when the Chicks went' to Paragould rated - & two touchdown favorite and were.lucky 10 7° m ,f " W " y Wllh * th«e : Polnt, Jerry Phillips, the Chicks' »W« guard of last year who la Imck in the fold tlila fall, won't see' action. In tonight's game due to a knee '"Jury. Mcsley has'decided to give him a couple of'week's rest in hopes that the Injury will'heal. He-'.re- injurcd the knee in practice' Uat week. ,- .<:'• >,) :. •,€.>.•; '-I Robert Reid also U nursing » sore leg antl his action may be limited , tonight. : field's trouble Is a re-Injury of a leg bruise suffered last fall. 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