The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1950 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 28, 1950
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rrvi MM.) ootmiw mwB f\ * I IN ' >»•%>•*%*% ~~ "~~~*~~~" : ""• ~' ' ' lATTJKP'AT, OCTOBEK », im Chicks Down CBC 28-13 for Eighth Win-Horn Lake Easy for Osceola 4644 Triko HwArlalrAr *^—— =— —- "••' ——^ : _ • - •'•;" . • -' • • •••••.•• . •- Tribe Overtakes Foes' Early Lead Moileymen Maintain Unbeaten Record by Huttling Line Play „ Russ Mosley's,power- packed Chicks proved to the rest of the slate last night Hiat their undefeated, untied record was no fluke as they came roaring from behind to outshine a good Christian Brothers College Hitfh Schoo! eleven 28-13 at Haley Field. H was the Chicks' eighth win in »s many starts, leaving them -one of Die lew remaining undefeated »nd untied leanw in the state. An estimated crowd of some 4.000 saw the (ytme which was a thriller from start to finish. '* But the Chicks got Number Eight motion penalty cost Blytheville five the hard way. They had to overcome an early CBC lead and shake off a couple of bad-breaks to get things going (heir way. It was the second straight game .... In which the Chicks had to fight on 'rom behind and the stories of the games are almost Identical, for the six points. Criner kicked They spotted the opposition a seven-point lead in the early minutes then unleRsed a bruising ground game that carried for four touchdowns in two quarters. The Chicks worked their »he- two-three punch, halfbacks Charley (Ruff) Lutes and Me] Hay and full- hack Robert Reid, overtime in gain- IK ,i7 = Tj. T • i»ice ne laaea io pass and twice the victory. Reid.and Lut«a ran he was unable to get the paw away on the ffrnnnH wHil* WQTT fnnV 1. it.- ~.._ i ._ . ,. .. 3 wild on the ground while Hay took care of the punting, passing and blocking. •• Game Won In Line ,. ut the game actually was won in the line. Btytheville's big forward wall. after a slow start, put on a Merlins' exhibition of hustle, out- charging and outclassing a' CBC Three men broke through and hur- Ime of equal size to keep the Bro- ~'~ J ~ " thers' highly-touted offense bottled up when it counted. For the first three quarter*, the game was as thrilling as the 4.000 fans could ask, with but a sinirle .itpoinl separating the two a single teams. The Brothers piled all their scoring Into the first two cantos Bnd the Chicks scored two touchdowns in the first quarter ana two In the final one. The Brothers turned a tint quarter Blytheville fumble , into six points to get the scoring' underway Backed deep into their.own territory after an exchange of punts the Chicks tried to get started. A five- yard off side penalty shoved them back to their own 15 and on the next .play fullback Robert Reid the IT "and the ball roll- •up-^^rSffiff^d^ Into the end ione for a CBC score Halfback Buddy ' Leake cut over J«rd for the extra point. 'w^rtie Chicks finally got their of- lense to clicking late in the first quarter. Reid picked lip two'straight first downs and the aliarter ended with the ball at the Blytheville « CBC Kicks Oat But there the drive ' flailed and Mel Hay dropped back to punt. He angled a high, spiraling kick for the sideline. The. ball rolled out at the one-foot line*and the Brothers were forced to kick out of the hole Rushed by three Blytheville linemen fullback Eddie Boywid had to hurry his kick and as a result got off a bad one. The ball rolled out of bounds at the CBC 34. This was the Chicks' first break and they were quick to take advantage of it. End ! Ted Vance, seeing action for the first time in two weeks, lost three yards on the end around play but the next play Lutes turned scatback, broke aroiisti left end and outran the entire CBC secondary to pay dtrt. 'Guard Leroy Criner tied the score with a perfect kicfc from placement. But the score didn't stay tied long. It took the Brothers only three plays to .untie it. Halfback Buddy Leake .showed the Chicks why he i rated as one of the best passers Tjjthe Memphis Prep League by Sing halfSjck Eddie Moran with * 19 yarder on the first play after the kickoff to move to the 35. He fndcd to pass again on the second play but found no receiver to hv^ liking and took off around end He £."''{" w».s hauled down at the Blythevlll 46 nftcr picking up 21 yards Then on the third play, he found end Charley Caldwell nil alone In the end zone and arched him a perfect pass tor CBC's second touchdown, Fullback Boywid hit center o'.i the ixtra point try but was thrown back. The Chicks came right back how ever, to go Into the lead to stay. ° e " Tnkine the klrfcrff af IK^ •>« u-_ u " Tnking the klckoft at the 25 Hay passed to Vance on the Chicks' favorite sleeper play but Vance stepped out of bounds at the 35. Lutes circled end for 11 to the 36 and then on a beautiful broken field rim went 33 more ynrds to the CBC 20. Reid swept end to the 13 and three plays later he crashed across IEC gijal line from a yard out. Again Criner's kick was perfect and Blytheville led 14-13 at halftime. The third quarter wp.s scoreless with the majority of the plav being between the two 20's. CBC got Its ground game going In the early minutes and with Leake and Boywid leading the way, went for three straight first downs to the Blytheville 20 before bogging.. Here Leake fjOUd on two passes and the Chicks tfjf^caught htm five yards back of scrimmage on the third attempt and the next look over. Blylheville threatened Pl»y the Chicks once late in the third period driving to the CBC 11 but a .third down fumble lost eight yards and the touchdown. CBC took over and- Boywid punted on rourth down « yards to the Chicks M Just aj ihe third period ended. The Chicks opened the fourth period by touchdown opening their drive. Lute* ami third JUM SIDELINE.UP picked up eight yardi on two thrusts at the line and an Illegal pass to Lutes who went to yards the Brothers' eight. Lutes on three straight carries moved to the one-foot line and the next play reserve quarterback Freddie Smith sneaked his third straight extra point arid the Chicks moved ahead 21-13. CBC Defenae Topplea After that touchdown, the CBC defense completely collapsed in the wake of chicks' on-rushing forwards. Taking the. kickoff at, their 35 Leake tried the air route again, he faded to pass and twice as the Chicks entire line swarmed down on him. He was thrown for a 13-yard.lews on the first attempt and eight on the second. And Boywld dropped behind his goal line to punt. Again the Chicks hard charging line was rewarded for its hustle. ried Boywfd on his punt attempt. In his anxiety to get the kick away, Boywld kicked the ball straight up and it went out at the CBC 15. Three plays later, the Chicks scored their final touchdown. Hay broke inside end for five yards and Lutes circled the other flank for four more, stepping out of bouiids at the six. Then Reid steamrolled his way over tackle for the touchdown. Criner kicked his /ourth straight extra poJnt to complete the scoring. The victory was the fourth straight for the Chicks over West Tennessee teams, giving them a clean sweep for the season. Their other three Tennessee wins were over Bartlett, Jackson and Whitehaven. Last night's game was by far the Chicks' best of the season and ' ' ' was from' the' ^fans' 'standpoint it one of the best games placed here In several years. The two .teams battled yard for yard for Ihree quarters before the Chicks' line superiority told off. Starting lineups: BlytheTtlle Gossett ... Boyd Mayo Droke Criner ... B. Koonce . Mack Hay . D. Reid ... Mel Hay .. R. Reid .. L.E. .. L.T. .. L.O. .... C. . . R.O. .. R.T. .. R.E. .. Q.B. .. H.B. . H.B. f.B. cue Leon . Huettle ... Tracy ... Wade Kallaher .... Gets Caldwell ... Safter .. Moran ... Leake Boywid Substitutions: Blytheville—Hodge, Holland, Vance, H. Koonce, Tomlinson, Smith, O'Brien. Lunsford, Lloyd, M. Koonce, Gentry. M. L. Criner. CBC—Bowden. Laftler, De- stafanls. Divine, A. Leon; Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville—Lutes, R — , . Held 2, Smith. CBC— Kallaher, , . — , Caldwell. Extra points: Blytheville Criner. 4; CBC—Leake. Officials -Leon Stephenson, referee; Paul Hlx, umpire; C. C. Humphries, linesman; Wlnton Simmons, field judge. Game Statistic! Blytheville First Downs ] 7 Yds. Gnd Rushing ...263 Passes Attempted ... Passes Completed .... Yds. Gnd. Passing ... Passes Intercepted-by Fumbles Oppts. Fumbles Rec. . , Avg ' Penalties .3 for 30 yds. 1 for 5 yds Individual Records Blytheville Player Trie* Gnd Lutes Hay . . R. Reid Va nee . Smith . Gentry .23 . 1 .IB . 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 Totals Player Boywid . Moran , Leake , Tola I j 53 CBC Tries 5 4 12 113 25 122 -3 1 0 5 Gnd. 17 35 8 60 Avg. 3.40 8.75 Little Rock Defeats El Dorado 27-21; Pine Bluff Wins 40-0 By CARL BELL LrTTLE ROCK, Oct. 2S. (/f>-A*. suspected when the season began the race for Ihe Big six championship now definitely Is between those two arch-rivals of the gridiron—Little Rock and Pint Bluff. " The Little Rock Tigers took • Caruthersville Tips Poplar Bluff Get 27 to 19 Victory in Offensive Matching of T's CARUTHERSVILLE, Oct. M.— The Caruthersville Tigers and the Poplar Bluff Mules matched Missouri T offenses here last nlsht and the Tigers came out on top of a 17-18 score. The game was strictly an offensive affair with one team scoring and then the other. All seven of the touchdowns came jm sustained drives. Caruthersville got the first break of the game and therefore scored the first touchdown. Early in the first quarter a Poplar Bluff punter was rushed at midneld after a bad past from center and couldn't get the kick away. The Tigers took pos- sesaipn of the ball «t the Poplar Bluff 47 and marched Immediately for a touchdown with Morgan plunging over from one foot out. Caruthersville scored again in the first quarter, on another sustained, drive. Taking over at their own 4J on a punt the Tigers rolled again, this time machine 5T yards to the Poplar Bluff goal. A 29-yard pass play from Mead to Wilson accounted for the touchdown. Ralph Clayton kicked the extra point. Poplar Bluff began to click and late In the first quarter picked up its first counter. Wright took the kickoff following the Tigers' second touchdown at the 43 and on the first play Stout passed to Wright at the Caruthersrille 40 and Wright went all the way. Sechrest kicked the extra point. Molr. Tie Scare That was all of the acoring until the. second half. Poplar Bluff tied the score early in the third period on an-80 yards sustained drive that was climaxed by a seven yard payoff pass from quarterback Frank to end Wagner, But the Tigers came right back with another long march, this one for 70 yards with Cantrell crashing over the goal luie from five yards out. Clayton kicked the extra point. Poplar Bluff opened the fourth quarter with another long drive. Taking over at their 35 the Mules CBC moved 65 yards on the ground and - through Ihe air with Forbes picking up (he six points on a one-foot plunge. Caruthersville's final touchdown came Sale in the fourth period when Mead passed 34 yards to Wilson. But the Mules bounced back only to have the game end with the ball at the Tlgera' two In the Mules' posseF-sion. Tlie win w»s Caruthersvi lie's fourth against two losses. Starling lineups: Camthersville Pos. Pepl. Bluff L.E Wagner Avg. 4.01 _.._, .. 3.51 Gaither 6.71 Pik« Mchrle Woods Hazel ... Bostic ... — Goodin .. 5.05 Canlrell . Wilson Morgan L.T. . Montgomery . L.G. Murray C Wheele- R.O Knott • R.T Simpson . R.E Sechrest Frank Q.B H.H Wright H.B stout ~ F.B Wells Substitutions: Caruthersville— Mead, Camp, Clayton, Privetl, Clax- lon and Proctor. Poplar Bluff—Foster, Forbes, Forest,' Williams, ward«. Lohr and Tibbt. Ed- firmer hold on first place m Ark- insas' top high school football clas- •ificatloii last night with a 27-21 victory over the El Dorado Wildcats. M Dorado went into the night's action as the second-placer, but the -aale-daale Pine Bluff Zebras :ame out of It »s runner-up on the strength of a 40-0 plaster lob on North Little Rock. Both Little Rock, with three wins in as many .league starts, and Pine Bluff, with two triumphs and a tie. hive non-conference engagements next week. Then they com« to blows in Little Hock Nov. 10. The winner of that duel should have smoolh saHing to the title .Little Rock will" have only North Little ROA left on its Big six slate. Pine Bluffs only remaining foe will be Hot Springs. Tljera Fu» Little Rock resorted to passing as Its best weapon tor the first time this year in downing El Dorado. Ted Belllngralh's tosses brought two Tiger touchdowns and set up a third. H Dorado scored first but went into the fourth quarter trail ing, 37-f. and didn't have enough time to catch up after finally starting to click. At Pine Bluff it seemed to be a case of the Zebras doing everything right and the Northsiders everything wrong. Jimmy Holmes pa.ssed tori four Zebra touchdowns. Dick Chidester loox 1 tiro .'of the scoring heaves and ran for -two more sin- pointers. ParagoDM Beaten Blytheville, which already ha-s won the District Three Class AA crown, registered lls eighth triumph without defeat or tie by walking over Memphis CBC, J8-13. DeQueen walloped Broken Bow. Okla., 67-0 and McCrory turned back Mariann». 41-S, to run all-winning streak: to seven In both cases. Rlson, another spotless team, also won No 7, beating Bearden, 46-0. But the night was not without the inevitable upsets. Waldron, which had a perfect record through six games, was tied, 7-7, by Greenwood In a district 4-A clash. Paragould, 3-A champ, was upended, 14-n, by Newport. Van Buren, which previously won the IAA title and a trip la th state playoffs, nipped Joplln, Mo in « wild J2-25 thriller. Siloam springs clinched Hi least a tie with 1A honors by walloping Alma, 7J-0. Rozorback Frosh Beat- Oklahomans STTLLWATER, Okla.. Oct. 28. lIT —The University of Arkansas freshmen, looking more like tlie great team they are supposed to be trounced the Oklahoma, A.&M yearlings, ig-o, here yesterday. The Shoats scored three quick touchdowns In the first quarter and coasted In. Bill Giddings passed 24 yards to Bill Pickens for the first tally Billy Clark ran seven yards for the second, pat Perry blocked an A. * M. punt and fell on the ball In the end »one for the other. A.&M.'s frosh threatened only in the closing minutes but were stopped at the Arkansas 12-yard line The victory boosted the Shoal's record for the season to two wins and one defeat. They beat the University of Mississippi freshmen after dropping their season-opener to Little Rock junior College. •in Wilson Defeats West Memphis Bulldog Win Siitfc In Row by Dawning Blue Devils 26 »* 0 Oct. J«.-Wllaori'a Bulldogs made It'six In a raw hen lut night, whitewashing the WeatUett- phis Blue'Devils M-0. _ „-- *y tailback Bdwtn Webb, the Bulldogs rolled for two touchdown* J i the first half and added two lore in the second to keen their ndefeated, untied record Intact, • Webb led the acorint with a pair of fonrlh period talliaa, the first 'rom (lie two yard line and the second from five yardi out, and he figured In another one toatlnf a 12-yirci touchdown-pan. The Bulldogs got the icorinf underway early. They drove to the Blue Devils' 13 yard, line where Webb found end Bill RyaU In the open and hit him with a bullet pass. Ryals went on to score. Bullback H. p. Cash picked up the extra point. , In the second'quarter, Bevies scored Wilson's aecond touchdown crashing over from the five yard line to climax a drive that started in Wilson territory. The third period was scorelesa but In the fourth Webb got the other two touchdowns. . Fumbles hurt the Blue Devils badly. Two bobbles set up Wilson touchdowns and others bogged the Blue Devils' ground attack. Starting lineups: West Memphla BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 30 1:15 p.m. A d«lt. SOc-ChiWron 15« TAG MATCH Loo Sarold & Charlie Carr TS. Joan Swintki 4V AI Get* For Reoerred Sotts, Call J38» Alto 2 1-Foll 30 Minute Motchot C«rr y«. Gets Swontki n. Soyold Sheeks Cook A. Johnson . H. Brasfield Knox Treece B. Johnson Lum Stevens B. Brasfield Jenkins L.E. . L.T. . L.G. .. C. . , R.O. R.T. . R.E. Q.B. . H.B. , ..H.B. F.B. Wllm ... Burch ... Freels Keel .. Otrrett Forrester .... Ryals .. Muncy ... Webb ... »oyles Cash Sloan-Hendrix Loses 19-14 Tilt to Dyess DYE6S, Oct. Tt.-Tht Dr.. H^h School Eagles made their hone- coming celebration' a W( /aucctaa here yeslerday afternoon by downing the Sloan-Hendrix Academv eleven of Imbbden : 1»-14. • . In pre-game ceremonies, tOu Maxine Summers, Dyeaa Mnlor waa crowned an the I»5» homecontnr ' ' Imboden ..drew' first fiood'turnlni a Dyess fumble into a touchdown. Imboden recovered the bobble at the Dyew 10 and throe plan lalar scored. / But the Eagles bounced back and on the first play from acrimman following that quick touchdown Con raced 40 yards around end to ator*. Francis .got the extra point. •;The Eagles scored again in th« first period with Henaon «*Uin« the six points. Their final tally came ^h' ^ " erio<l .» | t»» worth scoring. >J, n !i boden L." eor * 1 * »»**ty In third quarter, trapping a DT«M runner who attempted to run from me end ione. Imboden alao Kora4 a touchdown in the third Simpson Leads Arkansas Tech To 27-21 Victory Arkansas Tech, the Arkansas intercollegiate Conference's defending loolbsll champion upaet by state Teachers « week ago. had a cloae call with lowly Ouachlti )art nfcht. The Wonder Boys of Tech won, 27-21, but didn't selae the lead until the last six minutes, when fleet Jack Simpson dashed M yards for the game's final touchdown. Ouachiu. was-In front moat of the way, although Tech tied the count twice betore forging ahead. And when the battle ended Oua- the chita was threatening from Wonder Boy's 13-yard line. Simpson had kept Tech hi the ball game before his story-boo* run Rickey Denies Pirate Rumor; ^piers' PaSSCS TU. f'll' >.f M I m* .. ' '•_" To Talk with Browns' Prexy W-Bruw* Mck*r, the man who becen far .iww —pi^—nt In erne* today, M , & n the Hi»1*-hut h* ww't *ei UM leneral manater-. job. That'* the prwnlie of Rickey IS"" *"* » ""P 1 * "' h( « h »"= ofncuja. ... . 1 * ut . f, 1 * .""o* percent reporls Hm claim the popular baseball ex- •cuU»« U on hU way to the sieel Football Scor*s BlftheyUI* *.'CSC It 0««)lm «, Horn Lake, lfl», Wllaoa X, we* latmphia • V, iKboden 14 Muskogee, OW». *T, Fort Bmrth « IJUle Mock «, • Docad* »» «ne Bluff «0. Korih Little Rock • ZX4u*en «|, Bnfcea Bow Ofete • c.mden «, nap. 7 (7JU) Ntwport 14 Faracould H Texarkana >l, BmackoTer « (TAA) Monticello J«, Warren • <IA) Falnriew H. rVtaoott « <TA) Uabelyal* 44, Ouaaiita 11 (M) Bryant M, ferryrilU 1 (IB) Rlson 4«, Bearden 0 Ootion'PUnt I. Wheatler't Hartford U, Dardanelle « <4B) ' Danville 1*: Chutaatan'r («B> Carlisle J7, c«bo» U (SB) Lake VtUate'n. UeCtehee M Focahontaa M. Bald Knob • McCrory 41, Uarianna • Morrllton », Ben ton « (tie) (»A) Dermott 14, Crassett't' Bauxite N, Deaf School 1» Ualvem M. Ourdon 0 BerrTTille n, Oreen Ptor«t e <1B> . Murfreeaboro S3. Biamarck a •Waldraa 1, Greenwood 1 (tie) C4A) - . . • • Slioam Sprinia 73. Ajau » (IA) Oasrk 14, Havana i» Runtnille H, BentonvilJe ( (U) Van Buren *t, Joplln, Mo.'Jt Marnolla M, rardyce'l Brlnktey 7, "Clarendon « Bearcy 47, Wilnut RUgc • ' Mairnet Core 3*. Lonoke I GilletU 45, H.ien » Ktrrtaon ri, Roto* • ; . . Sheridan 4T, England 0 Star City M, Ooald « Jacluonvin* It; Beek* « Clinton »5, OU II «mrle 14. Wynne T Caruthenritl* 'n, roplar Muff 11 Mkerion «!, Baat Prairt* 0. ' Cap* Olrudeau », CharleMbh H. Kennett M," Jaeknn 8. VanrrUte M, •(. Vincent «. Waco SI, Chaffe* T, nime-nnfelt M- .UaMtn II. Daxtar 'IT, JUrtt JJ. ' Joe Swcnski To Make Mat Debut Here Joe •wanaW, a IM-poumd Memphis (M«*U. wt» make hi. tint rtne a*p*armnce ta> MytkertUe MarHay nlgrt when h* takea put In ta« Hatch faaUMa W the Anvar- Ican Lacion'i w»ekly wrcatlkks kouU ai Manorial Aodltftrtu. awanafei *« taaoa with Al Oeta acasna* Ourtt* Can- an4'L«* ••void in the M mmuU tin* HmSt, beet twe *f Utnt: (alia feature attraction. Althouth thla win be hli flrat ppuranot.iK the 'Blyth«Tiite rinc. Sweruki li no iwwcomar to BrjrUie- e'i UI*Tiaian mat fana. Me.baa pean< tn a 'nimbar «* Katekte in a««nphla that hava hw H** bi •lythrvlDe •*, ttteriaton. Oarr, AmM an* Oeto are aJl raturiMa' from last Honda? nifht'i bookinc. Can- and a*vrold. a ]Wlr of pint-aiaed. h*a.Trwel*hU dropr pe4 a OKMon «• oeia an4 Ome Bowman In test Monday niitit'f main .er«nt ami UM; out to get revtnca far that k*aib>|. Two one-fan ; prerimtnary bout< are also, on the card with Carr meettnf Oeta . aa4 awtnaki mitt Inc ••void. an He went M yaxda (or a ter touchdown and, pilM ap •maiin» 3U-yar4 ruining total for the ni«ht. .. • The lonieat .run, howtver, wa tvimed in by Ouachlta'a Louii, wh<- returned a third-period kick-off M yirds for a touchdown.' PAY YOUR LEVEE TAXES NOW Will Be in Blytheville At Sheriff' t Off ke Lost Time this Year Monday, Oct. 30th to Sot. NOT 1 1th Set mt thert or Mail y»%r «h«efc (with or Monty Order (wlthwwt •«cluHr|«), t*f*4lMr Tax Statement, to me at Drawer 159, Wrm Mrs. Emily P. Trannd, bfcctor Drawer 3SR Afk. elt». Wicker denied rumon he will be>«• the Pirates' new general man- a(er. But he has not llatly denim heU Join the BIICS at'assistant to President 'John Oalbreath or in still another capacity, On that subject Rickey ays only: "I will not discuss my future plans fi«i anyone at this lime." • The former president and general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers whoa* tenure at Ebbets Field expired last night, has several other Iron* In the fire, > Te Maet With' JteWm • He has irranged a conference Monday with St. Louis Browns President Bill DeWitt. Said DeWltt last night: I r«elved a telegram from Mr. Rickey and he said he would like to see me during his visit to St. Louis. I called him long distance. He said that he would probably arrive here Sunday night and would call me then to arrange a definite time for our meeting Monday." Rickey also said he plans to we owner Fred Saigh 'of the St. Louis Cardinals, but not on business. There Is even speculation (.he 89., Jkr-old baseball figure will become the, president of DePauw University at Oreencastle, Ind. But the Rickey^to-Pitlsburgh talk U the easleat to listen to. And many folks', Including lop Pirate person- rial, are assuming H to be correct. •aid Sue ieeretary-treisurer Tom Johnson: "I assume John (CHlbreath) will contact Rickey and attempt to arrange mutually satisfactory terms for hla coming here. lie mint aueceaafully defend twlc aian. KeyfoVicforY S«minol«t Cop Fourth Straight Gam* at Horn* OSCROLA, Oct.'. 28.—Tail. )ack Tommy Spiers threw tour touchdown passes her* ast nij?ht to lead the Osceola Seminoles to an easy 46-14 victory over Ihe invading Honi J.ake, Miss., Eagles. It was the Seminoles seven- lh victory of the season against only one defeat 'and it was their fourth win without a loss on their ' hom« grounds. Harvey Lee Hill, the state's lead- Ing scorer, added three more touchdowns to his string In the game to run his total points scored to 138. He was on the receiving end of three of Spiers four touchdown passes hul on one ho lateral led off to end John Cox. His third touchdown came on a 43-yard ^aunt over tackle. Spiers got the Seminotos going ear-' ly by throwing to Hill for a 20 yard touchdown pass. Spiers kicked the extra point and Osceola led 7-0 at the end of one period. Spiers Tags Hill Again In'the second qua.rtp r Spiers again hil Hill at tlie Ho«i 'Lake 10 but Kill was (rapped nnct laterallcd olf to Cox who went on to score. Sillers threw two more touchdown pt.sse-s before . the second quarter eri-Ied—the lirsl to end Ellson'on a play Hint carried 6fi yards and the seccnd to Hill for 27 yards. StIHwell scored for the Seminoles In the third quarter, backing over from the four yard line to climax a sustained drive. In the same, period Hill broke over tackle to go 4,3 yard* for his ftna! touchdown.. Quarterback Baker, accounted for both Horn Lake tpiicndowiu iri th» fourth period, the first on an eight yaid end sweep and the second on a one-yard stienk. Hassis scored both extra (Mints. Starting lineups: Onceola Wilson Billy Gilbow Wins Y Chess Tourney BiHy ollbow defeated Robert Blr ntlnthaai In a playoff match yes tenlajr afternoon for the champion ahlp of the Blytheville Y'I chess tournament. OUbOw and Birmingham eridd in a U* in racular tournament play wtth each winning 15 matche* an losing one. • F**" .winning .the. championship Tvc^uucig, o. rifimiig, r~erguson Go- qllbow win receive a.'trophy which We, B. Hill, Herring, Buren. Horn POJ. L.E. 1..T. L.G. C. . R.Q. R.T. R.E. ..... Q B. ..,. H.B. ... H.B F B .Substitutions: Osceola' Dunehower, R. Rose, Perry, Starr' Cox, Bowers, Steed, J. Fleming. Little. O. Edrlngton, D. Bdrington. Welnberg, s. Fleming, Ferguson, Go- , Alexander Johnson . Dillard .. Lowe Stevens .. Stilwell .. Dunn ____ Hill Spiers Hora laic* — .. Jones Hobb ' Berry ......4 Ellla Clamltalro .... Daniel* Harris ,•... Baker Wooten ...., Davla . 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