The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1952 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 25, 1952
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Southside Makes Blocked Punt Breaks Up Tight Defensive Contest i Using a blocked pirni as a [ever to break up * lig ht defensive duel, the Southside Scrappers, Memphis'.leading prep lootball team, made Blvtheville's Chicks thpir l<Wh •tnurht victim here last night. The score was 20-0 ' The Scrappers broke the game wide open with three touchdown, in the fourth quarter after three "period ofS , "*• •"""•"?- fcfenrfyt football that u« the underdo* h rn»» n i*>Vilir f f\\t4-nA \.f «*«*«!_;_._ _ i _ COURIER NKWB 19th Straight Victim by 20-0 Score tt But while the chkks were playln, 5 the Scrapper* even par on defen* for nearly three quarter!, the weren't able to take advantage o their scoring opportunities. Three . times during the game they move* the ball well on turtalned drive •nly to have the breaks go th other way when they counted be cause of a mistake or t»o. The Scrapper*, who haven't bee beaten 'since 1B50, did' all the •damage in th last half. Their three horse powered offense of Moskon itz, Hunter and Kothe was bottle< up during practically all of the firs ' t*o quarters by an alert Blythevtl line but they waited out the break and. took advantage of them whe they came. The entire first Vialt was take up in defensive play ae the two b! line* squared off. On their first ser les of downs the Scrappers drove t two'-first downs on nice runs'b Hunter and Moskovitz to* the Ely ' theville 25 Ju«t as the first quarti ended But there Blytheville's b line, led'by Captain Montroe Ho land who mines lo detersive »lei tackle, end Bob Lee 'Hill, cente • Leon Privett and tackle Qulnc Hodge, dug In and on three stralgh plajs threw Hunter for big losse before he could get his passes awa; ^ Blytheville took over on downs o y|. Its own SO.-'"- Friretl GeU rumble But the Chicks couldn't go an had to punt on fourth down witi Kenneth Fisher kicking- out at th 44 Moskovitz and Hunter moie back to the Blytheville 31 but agai: the Chicks hustling forward th»arte<! the attack with Leo Privett fallmg on a Southside fum V ble at the Blytheville 27. At this point, the Chicks wenUU the apread.vChUdress hit Fisher" or first down but he couldn't hold i so Chlldress ran for* a'first dowi on the next play A IS-yard penalt .pushed "the Chicks back'to the 1 and two plays later Cook inter celled Chilldress' pass at the South Bide 48. Auain Blythefflle's line cam • through to Ijottle up the Scrapper' hard running backs in the clinche and forced Hunter to punt to Mos ley at the BlythevUle 10 where he ' was dropped in hlj ' tracks. Here the Chicks turned to the T and with Children-doing the ball handling, Blyttie\ule backs-Snyde and Edgmon skipped through ruci holes ,(o move out to the 44 -Mixing up hts plays welt Chiidfes J' returned to 'the spread with seconds f^ slioping away and on the last play of the half and he threw 45 yards to Mosley who was tripped up at the South Side 25 , The third quarter was almost a replica of the first t»o periods as the two te»m* sparred defensive!? neither able to, muster a scoring punch. i The phfcfcs, operating from their three offenses controlled plav "during the period. Taking over at their own 11 on a beautiful and well- placed quick kick by Hunter which went 54 yards from scrlmmaee. the Chicks began to click off yardage on the ground. They drove for three straight first downs with Childress. Fisher and Edgrnon leading the way before the drive ran out of gas at the 43. Then came the back breaking punt block Jame» (Sonny) Cross, who played a sterling end |ame all night, raced back and slapped Fisher's boot dawn and recovered on the Blythe ville ». Honter Score* .. MoskoriU and Hunter,- inspired by the blocked kick, bit off huge chunks of turf to move to the. two from where Hunter, on the first || , play of the fourth period, "rammed "^ ' over left tackle to score. Robertson kicked the extra point. Bu». the Chicks weren't through. They took the following klckpff and with Childress In the driver's seat hit the airways Two itraight "completions to fullback Benny Bays • nd end Billy Ollbow off the spread and a 15-yard personal foul penalty BJSlnst the Scrapper.! moved the ball to the Southside K before Rose broke up the drive with a pass Interception. But two nl»ys later, guard Charles Garner got the Chicks back In the ball game when he recovered a Eouthskte .fumble at the Scrappers' 20 after end Bob Lee Hill had spilled Moskovitz for a 10 yard Ions. Again Children took to the fir. His lirst toss was a strike to halfback Tommy Mosley In the end zone but Tommy got a little too anxious and dropped the ball. And that was the turning point. Childress' next- pass was a screen to Ralph Snyder but the ball skipped off Snyder's e'loulder into, the waiting arms of defensive center Cook at the 15 and Cook went 85 yards untouched for Southside's second touchdown. This tlr-e .Robertson's kick was wide. Blytheville tried to. come back after that.touch down but It was in • vain. Deep, In his own territory, -. Cr.ildress completed a pass to Hill W.' and his next throw found Oilbow ~ but x 15 yard illegal use of the hands nenalty nullified the play. Then Wade, a defensive halfback, intercepted his third toss at the PlythevllLe 35 and returned to the J4 to act up Ihe final touchdown Kothe passed to Cross in the end •one for, he score and Robertson kicked the extra point. The game •**• ) was the second In a rt>- n a rt>- d the third of the season for the an Chicks against two vlctorie. . But here need be no tears shed over 0 " e : M w « 'o one at the best clubs that has trotted onto r ball roe Haley Field in several years. In MotkovtU and Hunt«r the i Scrappers sho»ed a ' ' to pair of power- the , ' en it was needed Statistically speaking the Chick! «*rS */ Sht «"««-They had nine '•"f , downs 'o Southside's eight and in overall offense * BlvtheHlle netted i 155 vards to 135 for the Scrapper* The chicks picked up yards on the ground and 77 TS more on seven past completion* out f 17 attempts. „ Stertl"e lineups: BlTtherlllr fo*. Holland I E Criner LT Michael LG Privett c Garner RO Hodge RT Gilbow RE Childress QB Mosley HB Snyder HB fishtr ' FB Cri)S« Bonner Roseberry Brown BIckerstaff Beckett Rose Mathi* Kothe Til! Hunter ™*f , FB Hunter Substitutions: Blvtheville — Hill Fong, Hays, Edgmon, Hall. O'Brien Cobb.'MUler. Southside—DeMarreo. Ray, Cook, Shelton.-Turner, Brooks, Gross. Goodwin, Tullison, Burrell, Curland, afid Sanders. Scoring touchdowns- Southside — Hunter Cook and Cross Extra points — Robertson (2) Officials! Referee- wlnton Simmons; umpire—Sterling Inman; Linesman — Sonny Humphries; Judss—Parker Hall. Game Statistics B'ville First Downs i 7817 7 7ft Yds. Rushing Passes Alt. Completions Yds Passing Tnterceptions by Fumbles i Oppts Fumbles Rec.-4 PUnts ,6 for 23 yds. 2for30vds. S.Side 8 la High School Football COUNTY Southsld* 20, Blytheville 6 Wilson 20, We.t Memphis 8 Portagevllle 33, OsceoU 0 Burdetle 26, Luxori 21 Trumann 38, Shawne* U State . •• Blft Seven Wide Rock M, El » Ft. Smith 21, Texarksna IS Pine Bluff 19, Camden II Hot Springs 18, Malvern 0 • . Ctaci A A f .-. District I Rogers 1», Harrison C Subiaco 18, Boonevllle 12 Fayetlevllle'M, Springfield, Mo * Joplin, Mo. 20, Van Buren e ... District II Jonesboro «, Little Rock Catholl Newport 21. Paragould 19 Forrest City 32, RuwellvUle 0 . District III Bentfeti 68, ArkadelphU 11 Conway 13 .Searcy 0 .. District IV Nashville 7, Hope 6 i . .. . Other Score: N Ashdown 55, Horatio 20 Batesvllle 7, McCrory 7 (t) e ) Clarendon 21, Brlnkley o Danville 8, Charleston 8 Dardanelle 6, Hartford 0 DeWitt 12, Miirianna 2 DeQueen -18, Dlerks -Is Wjnne 12, Enrle 7 Eudora 19, Warren 0 Green Forest 22, Berryvllle « Greenwood 6, Waldron « (tie) Gurrton 19, : Prescolt 13 Huntsville 19, Benlonville' 13 Heber Springs 57, Hickory Rldse 0 England 21, Clinton U Fuller 7, DeValh Bluft o Holly Grove 48, Bnrton 6 Glllett 31, Hazen 6 Hamburg e, Dumas' 0 Jacksonville 47, Lonoke is Lepanlo 19, Marlon 0 McGhee 25, star City 6 Penalties Player. Childress Sdgmoh Motley Hajs Snyder Fisher Holland Totals Player Till Hunter Kothe tiathis Burrell luriarid Total* 3 for 35 yds - 2 for 25 yds — Records Blytheville Trie* Gnd. Avg. 7 23 3.28 8 , 33 55 4 9 2.55 2 « .j 4 13 325 6 2 .33 1-8-8 30 78 2.6 Southside Tries Gnd. AyR. 3 8 e I 16 1 2 S7 43 -3 2 45 5 17 113 Il33 5.37 -.5C 2 2.B1 5 8.5 3.05 Lorie Eagle, ^rincesspn Mat Proram aniU and L»ne Eagle Chief Lone Eagle and Princess uanila will Join in the battle gainst Leo Newman and the Ka- -alskl Brothers "Monday night in Meroney's weekly remoter Mike reatling show. Lone E«gle, a TV mat star, will earn with Al Cantino and the vet- ran Roy Welch. Juanita will be oundlng a tom-tom in his corner Iv*n and Karl (The Killer) K.i- alskl «re appearing for the sec- nd straight week on the card They also, gained piomlnence by uttfng on their rough stuff in ront of the cameras. Preliminaries will find Ivan vs. one Eagle, Newman vs. cantihn nd Killer vs. Welch. I Jjf"^» , a " alr * U1 be best two three falls and Meroney is due referee. 'im fees TOKTO m-Japan and the United states have, agreed to forego sa fees and other charges In an tfort to stimulate tourist travel between the two countries. The ar- angemenl went, into effect Oct. 1, Under the agreement Americans re exempt front paying *«*> fa, f m hen applying for visas to Japan, apanese Viatlonals are exempted om paying »10 for a temporary I*H to the United fltatft, and a ft hM4 Us l«vl«« OB te*4ca wtrut*. Burdette Ends Luxora's String Pirates, Score 26^21.. Victory; Loss Wo* . « First for the Panthers By G. C. Driier. Jr. (Courier Ne«s Correspondent) LUXORA — Burdette's fired-up Pirates crashed Luxora's hopes of an undefeated season here yesterday as they edged -the crippled Panthers 26-21. Burdette received opening kickoff and racked up four first downs on a 65-yard march to score the first touchdown Gore carried over from the four-yard line and Cagle added the point on'avllne buck The Luxorans. finding themselves behind for the first time this season, were stun? Into act.on by this biitz-and Bobby Tale, taking the ensuing kickofr. galloped 90 ynrrts to pay dirt. He then converted on a fake kick to tie the score The Pirates,' who were able to move for long gains through the Panther line, had two other scor- ng thrusts killed by fumbles Inside the Luxora 20 The homehngs Kent ahead in the second quarter wh»n Bobby Tate broke through the line on a quick, opener and outdistanced his pursuers for R5 yards. A Tateto-Tate pr,ss added the point. The Panthers made It 21-7 when Tories swept end for 40 yards'* few minutes later Gentry added the point this time. The Pirates made the second counter just prior to the half, capitalizing on a recoiered Luxora fumble. Hamilton scored and the conversion attempt failed. In the third quarter, the Pirates scored on a 50 yard march after Intercepting a Luxora aer'al Hamilton carried again from one yard out. A Long-lo-Whatley pass added -the conversion to pull the game to a 21-20 count A sustained 50-yard drive in the fr ' quarter clinched the contest for the visitors when Hamilton again carried over from the two. r.nior* , po^ Stovall RE White ; RT J. Barch ' ' RQ Cunningham T c N. Barch LO Bennett LT Clark LE Gentry Q B B. Tate' LH Towles RK ' R. Tal« . FB AS CHICKS GO DOWN .- J. Hunter (Partially hidden in right foreground, of top photo, Southside halfback, drives over the goal line w the fourth quarter for the Scrapper.' first touchdown. Helping Hunter out are James Cross <No 88) and an unidentified team mate Chick Players are Tommy Mosley (No 12) Billy Gilbow (52), Charles Garner (34) and Montroe Holland (56). In the lower photo, Tommy Mosle, eludes one tackier but finds hunself well bottled up by two more Southside Ucklers Mosley got but eight ysrds on the quick kick return The Chicks lost (he game 20-0. (Courier New. Photos) Wilson Triumphs 20-8 In Homecoming Game Burdette Langley Robinson ' West McDermott -Franks Perkins Gamer Long Gore ' Whatley Cable Air Force Testing Deric* May Improve Radio Gear BALTIMORE M>-The D. 8 Air Force may be able to Improve fu- iu re v F 1 of rluil0 equipment through the use of * sound-proof and echo-free testing chamber, the A >L Force reported here. V* 35 - 000 cn »m'-**' Is a fa- the Wright Air Development Center. Dayton, o. .Technicians believe'the chamber will be "f*™ 1 '"••determining and callbrst- the performance* of all type* of ,n 0 TT nlci> " on « «<I UI P«""»twill Industries, made arm Im- the WILSON—Wilson's Buldogs celebrated their homecoming In a big way here last night, racking up their fifth win of the season with a 20-8 victory over the We*t Memphis Blue Devils. In a pre-game, ceremony, Co- Captains Terry Robinson and L C. Freels crowned Jeanne Tranum as Prep Conference Standings Big Seven W. ... 4 ... a' ...•a ... i Little Rock N. Little Rock .... Pine: Bluff Texarknna El Dorado Ft. Smith Hot Springs ...... CLASS Dlitrict Rogers Payetteville . Springdale . Subiaco Van Buren .. District Jonesboro Blytheville Newport Forrest City District Benton Malvern Conway Russcliville Arkadelphla DUtHet Magnolia , Smackover , ..;. , Hope Camden Fordjxe ... i ... o AA 1 W. ... 2 ... 2 ... 1 ... 1 ... 0 II -w. ... 2 ... 0 .,. 0 ... 0 ni w. ... 2 ... 2 ... 1 .'.. I ... 1 rv w. ... i ... i ... 0 ... 0 ... 0 L. Pet. 0 1000 0 1.000 ) 1000 1 .333 3 .350 3 J50 3 .000 L. Pet. 0 1 .667 1 .500 r .500 3 .000 L Pet 0 1,000 0 .000 1 .000 1 .000 L., Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .500 2 .333 2 .333 L. Pet. 0 1.000 1 .500 o ;ooo 0 .000 3 .000 ..With slight varlaMons of length, the 20.62-inch •; ancient Egyptian cubit was' u,«} by 'many <mc ent civilizations Including, if Is bel"e ed one of those which btillV some of the now ruined rtructures in New the !9S2 homecoming queen and then the Bulldogs set about the task of winning a football game. The first quaiter was strictly defensive with Wihon's line thwarting one West Memphis drhe Then In the second period, the Bulldogs got rolling.: Pour minutes before the half, Robinson passed 30 yards to Cl£sell in the end lone and Grant kicked the extra point to give Wilson a 7-0 halftlme margin. Safety ;ih Third In the third quarter, West Memphis rlrove to Wilson's 10 where the Bulldog line again stopped the threat taking over on downs. But West Memphis' -line was-alert too and Robinson was trapped In the end zone for a safety and the Blue Devils' first two points. But this didn't phase the Bulldogs. They came roaring back and moved from their 15 to the Blue Devils-» from where Jimmy Grant broke loose to score. D. Jones got the extra point. Wilson's final tally came on a drive from the West Memphis 35 with Robinson goliiK the last five. West Memphis got its touchdown in the fourth quarter on a 55 yard pass play from quarterback Martin to halfback H. Brasfield. Wilson Pos. W. Memphis Clssell LE Cox fttt\s LT Moore Douslw L3 Rook Cash C carter R«nkin Ro Johnson Perry RT Acrce Ward RE Davis Robinson Q3 Martin Jon" HB... H. Brasticld T «' HB Kane Grant FB... J. Brasfield Old Man River Rolls FT. MacLEOD, Canada (,pj—The provincial government Is dredging a new channel for the Old Man River north or its present course. The river changes course (rom year to year and the new channel Is expected to prevent further encroachment near the town. Re»d, Courier News Classified Ads. David N. Miles D.V.M. Veterinarian Office Behind Muir's Tailor Shop No. pirn-ret. Phone 4121 Blj they'll* , v Office Houra: Monday - W«ln«d.y - Friday, 1 p.m. lo 8 p.m. , ontlcello 33, Dermolt 7 nid Knob 18. Pocahontas 13 ord>n . Paris. 31, Ozark 6 Bauxite 0, Sheridan 0 Ufe) Stuttgart 37, Helena 12 Bearden 2o, Strong 13 Stamps 20, Rison 19 Boston College H Fordham 13 Miami (Pia) 20 Marquette 6 George Washington 20 Virginia Military 20 (tie> v«rgmw Bradley 33 brake' 0 ^College Emporia 26 Kansas Wes- ^Central Okla 20 Bast . Central Peru (Neb) 13 Doane 7 Nebraska Wesleysn 20 Keamy 7 Southeastern Okla 28 Ouachlta (Ark) 7 r "• Ottawa (Kas) 48 Bethany (Kas) 8 Tyler (Tex) JO 34 Little Rock JC 13 Santa Clara 8 Idaho 7 Eastern Wash 29 British Columbia 2 ' Sou thrnl Missouri MrUden 52,; Illmo-romfelt 0 Dexter 19. Haytl 13 St Vincents (Perryvllle) 21, Chaffee 6 Jackson 42, Kennett 0 El Dorado, HI , 34 Cairo 13 Poplar Bluff 27, Caruthersville 0 . . :,••••• P-.T. .. G.Williams Cunningham . R.E. ... Harris Oalllon- ...... Q.B ........ Lewis S h « ...... L.H ........ ; ciark vel " ..... *••« ........ Cruce Summers .... R H ........ stout Substitutions: Caruthersville — Hill, Tidwell, DePrlest. Castleberry and Willis Poplar Bluff-Bushby,' Stovall, Harwell, Charles Defeats Cesar Brian NEW YORK (/Fj-A busy, flght- a - month campaign was being mapped today for Ezssrd Charles following the former heavyweight champion's decisive truimph over game Cesar Brlon of Argentina Determined to fight his way into another title shot, Ezz.y will come back late next month agaimt cither Jimmy Blvlns, Brlon, or "anyone else we can get." Charles « a s disappointed that he didn't knock out nr floor Brlon although he handed the husky Invader an artistic snella-kine. Nobody ever has put, the 25-year-old Brion down for keeps. ' IT'LL BE A HOT _._,^_TION, 60 I'fA TOLD— DON'T YOU BE LEFT OUT IN THE CJOLP/ VOTE ON NOVEMBER ' Portageville Defeats Osceola by 33-0 Count Caruthersville Bows to Mules Poplar Bluff Blanks Tigers 27-0; Stout . Leads Score Parade T,,w~« OP" BlufT Mules handed Caruthersville's T,gcrs their fifth loss or the season here last night by t 21-0 count. II look the Mules almost a whole quarter to *et rolling but when they did there was no stopping them. In the last second, of the opening stania, Btout passed to Clark for ">" 1 . rd ?f"'"< Tigers nve and then Stoul circled end for the first score Stout also kicked the extra point. ,In the middle of the second quarter, Clark and Stout carried the ball to the Tiger three fiom where Clark plowed over. Bluff In the opening 3 minutes of "the third period when he circled end for 16 yards, and he kicked the extra point Early In the fourth quarter Stout passed to Clark for 21 yards and the.Mules' fourth touchdo Canithenville Pos. "--• . L.E PopUl . , 'Essary Forbel .. Patterson. J. Simson SudburyGets Fifth Win in Y Grid Loop Sudbury'* high flying footballer* racked up their fifth «traight win in the "Y" Orade school football loop yesterday afternoon-'with a 12-0 decision over the fighting Central eleven at Little Park. , Scoring on their first two plays irom scrifnmage, the smopthe work- Ing combination, then held off a Central threat late In the third period and put on a threat of their own in the final quarter. Central received the kick-off and with 8 yards to go on, fourth down and the ball In their own territory, tried to run the ball. Sudbury too'k over on the Central 22 and on the first play, quarterback Bobby Westbrook skirted left end, cut back through the middle and went all the way. The try tor point was nb gopd Following the klck*-off. Central repeated Its performance by fumb- ing an attempted punt and the ball went over to Sudbury on the Central 16. Westbrook then handed off to Jimmy nortg on a reverse and he scored standing. Again the extra x>lnt try was no good and the scoring was over for .the day. Central threatened once In the :nlrd on the running' of fullback Marshall and quarterback Tex Turner, but after moving to the Sudbury 25, the attack bogged. Both teams played good defensive ball during the second "half, with the Central tackling stopping the tricky Sudbury offense consistently. Enthused Fan Pushes Coach And That Was It SAN FRANCIS1CO fAP) A spec- ator, evidently excited over the drilling finish to Santa Clara's 9-7 win over Idaho last-night at Kczar Stadium, rushed out of t h e stands and over to the Idaho bench He screaraert to llnecoach Chuck Gottfried that he wanted to %n Idaho player In the nose. Gott- rled tried to calm down the spec- ator. but he pushed the line coach. Gottfried, who weighs 228 and lands six feet three, then picked up the spectator and threw him "i"field rui * nlng track th ? t rln B' ! The spectator picked himself up, dusted himself off, and dashed back nto the stands. • ' Hawkfai, who qu»rt«rb»ck» PorUgevllle Hljh School the Arkansas Invader*. Hawkins didn't score a touchdown eT'ryone" 1 "" "^ "' ht " *™»»<™ first period, he lateralled off • to Carlisle who went M yards for tha first six pointer. In the second quarter, Hawklni ran to the two foot line to set up the second touchdown which was scored by Hulshof on a buck. In the same period, he passed to Hul- «nof from six yards out for an- >ther touchdown. In th- third period, Howklns passed to Carlisle for two mor. touchdowns the first from nine and the second from the 18. He Kirk. To» And Hawkins kicked three out of five, extra points Onceola was completely out- -lassed. The Seminoles were never able to get their offense to gouit and Portagev.llle'3 offense was a bit too much for the Semlnole defend- In the third period, Oeceola drovi to the Portagevllle JO which'was their deepest penetration of the night. On the ground. Portageville racked up a total of 203 yard* and to the air got 2S1 more. Oseeola p»». Faria^tvttto S 01 ", - LE Fisher Nun ^y LT rtrmn w " h "™* LO Phillips u " le C B. Philltpt Alexander . ...Rtj -. stark* Hm RT....'. MeClusky Powy . ...... RE...' Butler Burch QB Hawkins Rogers HB carllsla: stilwel l HB Ninno Cantrell FB ' . HulshoJ Trumann Beats Shawnee38-18 Wildcats Use Ung Runt to Subdu* . Indians at Joiner By CHARIFT FFMl .1SI . -..otUljtaf .lot* ram Trumanns' Wildcats •«««;«,.«« ShawneeV Indian* under a M-tt score her*. last- ntlfht.' '» . f 8 -" ^i"? 0 ™ ««P«ls«>e«« scored two tou«hdo»B,- ta the first quarter, saw Shawnw eeoa- rtwrlna; back to tie the aeon at halftim*. -ana then Hity braks- dedd. *..!----.•., th. Trumann's first' two touchdown* came on Ion* run* from pitchout* in the opening perio,! -Swlnk got the first one on a H-yard taunt and Ragsdale the second on' a 48- yard trip around end with a Trent- hem pitchout ' • But in the second quarter Shaw, nee came to lire. Harrison smashed over from t»o yards out to .eora climaxing a long drive from deep In Shawnee territory. Then Billy Felts got In th« scoring , ct .when he went six yards through the Trumann line to the end lone., Trumann went 18 yards for it* third touchdown with end Potasett catching a quickie pass over center and running the last 10 yards In the same period Richards scored °un*t I 3 " y " rd runlMclt "' » Shawn** ^In the third, period, Brewer «L? k f ,' h . e S?" * l< ttl * el <*" »™« went Into the end zone for Shawnee's third touchdoVn Richards got Trumann's final tally uhen he brought an Intercepted pass back 62 yards. Sh.wnee PC*. Tmmaiw 5°». en . LE Polnsett. Bradshaw LT Tucker Speck LG whllhaich Coudcaux c Du gln "'" SG Greenwood wT" ST «<•>«? Wilson RE CU(J ; Brewer 33 Trenthem Mahoney HB Swink Harrison HB , *£££ J C t r ... , ™ T «"«» e>uo^L..-jiiom: Shawnee—B. Felts, Battle, Collomp, Samons. Felf, Baglcy. Seymore, Shannon. Jenkins, Aliens*orth, Oaalrney. Trum.nn- Ellis, Richards, Banders, DeLoach .Meeks, Wagner. It might cost »s much as $500,000 a. mile to reproduce an ancient Roman road, if were hand built as th» Romans built It. ..- . . BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING n<4«iw fV>a <>T '».«•' w ^*S» W Monday, Oft. 27 8:15 p.m. 6 MAN J-AG MATCH CHIEF LONE EAGLE, Al Cantino <m<l Roy Welch , ,- v«. L*o Newman and tht famous Kawoltki Iras. 90 mln. time limit — B«it 2 out of » feR. Adult* 60e—Children 1S« Alto 3 1-Foil Match., 30 Minute Tim* Limit L. Eagle v». 1. Kawakki Newman r». Al Cmtin* K. Kawaltki rt, Wek*

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