The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1961 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 23, 1961
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER W, FT. SMITH, L R, HALL: •LTOBVOLB (ARK.) COUROa NTW1 PAGE FIVC Big 9's Big Boys Win FOOTBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday Night's KetuIU COLLEGE Ouachita 20, Southeast Oklahoma 14 HIGH SCHOOL Big Nine Conference Little Rock Hall 20, North Little Rock 0 Fort Smith 6, Pine Bluff 0 Blytheville 33, West Memphis 14 El Dorado 7, Lake Charles, La. 0 Texarkana, Tex. 31, Little Rock Central 0 Texarkana, Ark. 21, Camden Fairview 14 Benton 26, Hot Springs 0 Class AA Berryville 6, Rogers 0 Fayetteville 7, Subiaco 0 Springdsle 20, Harrison D Memphis Catholic 27, Forrest City 6 Wynne 40, Parkin 12 Jonesboro 33, Stuttgart 7 Newport 32, Walnut Ridge 6 Batesville 7, Paragould 6 Tupelo, Miss. 21. Helena IS Russellville 14, Conway 0 Malvera 13, Little Rock Catho lie 0 Mabelvale 7, Bryant « Camden 19, Fordyce 0 Cro«sett 6, Magnolia 0 Smackover 14. Hope 12 St. Anne's 0, Morrilton 0 (tie) Classe* A and B Bentonvilla 0, Siloam Springs 0 <tie) McGehee 9, Hamburg 0 Eudora 37, Dumas IS Clarendon 26, Des Arc 6 Brinkley 33, Osceola 0 Magnet Cove 27, Carlisle 13 De Queen 13, dlabel, Okla. < Monticello 32, Star City 18 De Witt 40, England 0 Keiser 14, Gosnell , Elaine 14, Cotton Plant" 7 . Junction City 12, Strong 0 Clarksville 28, Atkins 0 Gentry 33, West Fork 4 Crawfordsville 19, Memphis Harding 0 Mountain Home 47, Ava, Mo. 0 McCrory 13, Beebe 0 Paris 11, Dardanelle 0 Waldron 26, Harfard 7 Ashdown 32, Medna 7 Booneville 52, Ozark tt Earle 7, Marianna 7 (tie) Piggott 20, Trumann 13 Marked Tree 32, Pocahontas 1- Doilarway 6, Sylvan Hills 6 (tie) I Nashville 25, Gurdon 0 Rison 19, Lake Village 0 Prescott 7, Arkadelphia 0 Lakeside 33, Bismarck 14 Mineral Springs 14, Horatio 7 Hazen 13, Gould 0 Charleston 13, Hunlsville • Fuller 0, Bauxite 0 (tie) Greenland 19, Prairie Grove $ Lincoln 34, Noel, Mo. 14 Stamps 19, Dierks 0 Hughes 28, Barton 8 Searcy 40, Bald Knob « Lewisville 14, Murfreesboro 6 Wilson 40, Luxora 12 Bearden 34, Sparkman 21 Alma 21, Mansfield 0 Harrisburg 28. Coming It Cabot 21, Clinton 14 Jacksonville B 41, Deaf School J Holly Grove 33, Gillett « Lonoke 36. Sheridan 7 White Hall 7, Dermott Warren 49, Watson Chapel 6 Southeast Missouri Dexter 40, Caruthersville «. Hayti IB E. Prairie 6. Cape Central 32, Maiden 0. Chaffee 33, Portageville 0. Sikeston 47, Cairo 0. Poplar Bluff 21, Kennett «. Jackson 14, Charleston t. By WICK TEMPLE Associated Press Sports Writer Little Rock Hall and Fort imith, ranked first and second in Arkansas schoolboy, football circles, collected important Big Nine Conference victories Friday night. Hall whipped North Ltttle Rock -0 with end Paul Becton figur- ng in all three touchdowns. Fort Smith beat Pine Bluff 6-0 on a 23-yard pas* from quarterback Joe Jones to end Bill Young. . Both are 2-0 in league play and 3-0 for the season. * * • Blytheville, another unbeaten Big Nine team, lashed Class AA West Memphis m< for its third Straight victory. Little Rock Central, which hasn't played a con- Eerence game, took'a 31-0 drubbing from the Texarkana, Tex Tigers. Texarkana, Ark., won its first, game of the season, 21-14 over Camden Fairviev of Region 4AA. (And Benton, the top-ranked team in Class AA, trimmed Big Nine Hot Springs, 26-0, El Dorado 'hei.. Lake Charles, La., 7-fl, in an offensive show by halfback Jerry Mooty. Hall and Benton zeroed in on Warrior qr rterback Johnny Beard. He euight a 20 • yard touchdown pass from Beard in the third quarter, and grabbed a 38- yard pass from Beard in the second period that set up fullback Connie Dletz's one-yard touchdown run. In the fourth quarter, Becton fielded a bouncing punt and ran 77 yards for the third Hall touchdown. * * * Fort Smith's defense took a major share of the credit for the victory over Pjn* Bluff. The Criz-1 ily defenders picked off three passes to kill Zebra drives and center .Woody Solomon recovered i Zebra fumble on the Fort Smith 13. Fort Smith scored after a Pine Bluff punt was partially blocked and the Grizzlies recovered on the Zebra 25. * * * Fullback Barry Hughes ran 2 and 4 yards for touchdowns and kicked three extra points in lead- Ing BlythevUle past West Memphis. Quarterback Nainan Austin ran one yard for a touchdown aod passed eight yards to Je.ry Ritchey for another: It was Blytheville's first victory over We»t Memphis,in three years. (See story on page 8.) • * * Jerry Mooty, younger brother of former Arkansas AH - America halfback Jim Mooty; did everything but coach for El Dorado in Its narrow victory over Lake Charles. He" scored the only touchdown on a one-yard drive. He set it up by intercepting a pass on his 34 and running it back to the Lake Charles 28. He made all the intermediary yardage on runs of 4, 3, 13 and 7 yards. Mooly gained 55 of the Wildcats' total 110 yardi. rushing. In addition, he ran the extra point after being trapped while trying to kick it. El Dorado stopped a Lake Charles drive oo the Wildcat eight. * * * / Texarkana, Tex., halfback Donnie Richardson ran 58 and 24 yards for touchdowns and gained 131 yards rushing in leading his AREA HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP Many Take It on the Chin Many Blytheville area football teams took it squarely on the chin last night . . . though some might find consolation in the fact that the whippings came from neighbors. Not so, Osceola and Caruthersville, however. i the scoring with an 18-yard jaunt in the first quarter. When Jimmy i McLean kicked the extra point, (the Jackets protected that 7-0 'lead until the fourth quarter |when Gosnell's Jimmy Ammons 1 cruised 22 yards for six points, | bu t the PAT attempt failed Gosnell's Jennings broke his early in ^ 40-0. , Gosnell ran mo an up and coming Keiser eleven and was , . edged 14-6 in a IIIB conference ' „ game' ( Don Watsons Osceola Semi- Wilson handed out a 40-12 de- "° les s!mply had a bad ni S ht " u feat to Luxora. j the wa ? around against Brink- Hayfi, playing without its full- y ' back. Skinner (hurt against Ca- On *e first P lav °* tn « n 'ght ruthersville) and hampered by tlle ^mincles were docked with other injuries and an early-game a 15 -ya rd penalty and couldn't ejection of a line starter, still get out "* the k" 1 ? after that- managed to defeat East Prairie, ' ^ e Missco Indians only ran ^. : seven plays the entire first half Hayti pitted Its passing of- and couldn't break across the 50. fense against East Prairie's run- ! About seven Seminoles cams ning game last night and came down with cramped legs from (he off with an 18* win. ; hard-packed field late in the A solid defensive stand in the S ame fading minutes of the first half " lt was J^t a real bad night," helped things along for the vie- Wats ™ said. "We played lousy." lorious Indians. ;-Brink)ey's outstanding quarter- East Prairie had six chances back - Britt Brittenum, controlled from inside the 10-yard line late most °£ * ne action. in the second quarter. Hayti held, « • • the last two downs on the two- At Lu3 ">ra. Wilson's Bulldogs foot line. ' romped to a 40-12 win, but Wilson This permitted the Indians to' Coach L*™}' Dangeau was gen go to the dressing room with ' 6-€ tie. be caught at the one, and wast moved: from his end post to the' backfield for the scoring play). Rhodes' five-yarder ended Wilson's action'for the night. Luxora scored again in the last quarter when Holcomb carried it over. Panther Coach D. H. White said he was both pleased and disappointed. A reshuffled backfield "helped our offense a lot, but we fumbled :oo much. Of course Wilson was hitting good, but our backs weren't irolecting the ball." Bishop's three-yard dash cli- erous in his praise of the Panther backs. "They have some good ones in maxed a Hayti drive in the first """ bacWi « w wl >a could pla; half ' anyone," Dangeau remarked. Shirey sneaked over for the'. White ** Wilson on the "** tie-breaker in the third and Thomas" end run in the fourth was the clincher. Hayti had 109 yards on thi ground and 115 in the air. B. Prairie got 131 rushing and 10 by passing. * * * Buzz Barton's Keiser Yellow BOWLING Molly Roleson of Buchanan rolled a high game of 206 and Marge Elkin of First National Bank had high indivdual series with 529 in Fri. Nite Keglers League at DelU Lanes last night. John Perkins of Hi-Los had M5 for high game and Ed Gallagher of M.M.D.A. rolled AM for high series in Mixed Double! League. tRl. MTK KIOtERg STANDINGS IE AM Worn tort First Nstiennl B»nl£ Hart's Bread Buchanan Ini k Kroger Team No. S Tobacco Co Odd-Ball* * INTERNATIONAL Final Buffalo 4, Rochester 9 (Buffalo 4-1) last night when he took a 16-yard pass for the opening TD and Rhodes kicked the first of his four extra points. Luxora came right back with a 55-yard TD run by Chrisco. And then it was Wilson's turn as Vega went 20 yards. In the second period, Wilson'* scoring went like this: ouuuiig went ime mis: Jackets scored early and late on white, 23 yards; Westbrook on their field to conquer Carvil I seven-yard pass; Wejtbrook on Trammel's Gosnell Pirates in an important 3-B struggle. Monter Brifton cracked open one-yarder (Westbrook set up the last TD when he moved the ball 50 yards on a pass play.only to NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B Cincinnati 90 58 .608 Los Angeles ... 85 61 .582 4 San Francisco . 81 65 .555 8 Milwaukee .... 77 69 .527 12 St. Louis 77 70 .524 12V4 Pittsburgh .... 70 75 .483 18V4 Chicago 61 86 .415 28tt Philadelphia .. 45 102 .306 WA Friday 1 ! Results Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia S Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 3 San Francisco 6, Cincinnati 0 Chicago at Milwaukee (postponed, rain) Today's Games Chicago at Milwaukee (2) San Francisco at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (N) Sunday's Schedule Pittsburgh at Philadelphia San Francisco at Cincinnati Los Angeles at St. Louis Chicago at Milwaukee AMERICAN LEAGUE x-Clinched pennant Fridays Result* Baltimore 8, Chicago 6 Kansas City 4, Cleveland S Detroit 6, Los Angeles 4 Washington at Minnesota {post poned, rain) Today'* Games New York at Boston Baltimore at Chicago Washington at Minnesota (2) Cleveland at Kansas City Detroit at Los Angeles Sunday's Schedule New York at Boston Baltimore at Chicago Washington at Minnesota Cleveland at Kansas City Detroit at Los Angeles . Gfl. Tech Beats US£ 27-7 earn to Hi mounding victory over Centra], It was Central's worst beating in years and an es- Jecially bitter'pill since it came rom the longtime rival Texas Tigers. 'Fullback Alvin Jonei scored :hree touchdowns on runs of 1. 5 and 4 yards in leading Benton to an easy victory over Hot Springs. Juarlerbaek Ted Wright passed :wice for 44 yard* and Jones, Bobby Nix and Wright each gained about 7S yards on the ;round. * * * The Texarksra, Ark., Raror- oacks' victory over Camden Fairview was something o£ a surprije. The Hogs scored their first touchdown of the 'year in the liret quarter on quarterback Reed Mobley's one - yard keeper and liked it so well they kept goJng, Bill Sams ran 18 yards and Travs Giles zipped 87 yards with the second half kickoff for the clincher. • * .» Jonesboro'js Hurricane won its fourth straight, 35-7 over defending Region 2AA champion Stuttgart. Fullback Fred Hogan ran Z, 5 and 13 yards for touchdowns. Joneaboro had scored 123 point* while giving up only is. Halfback Joe Hafner ran 66 yards for 4 Jonesboro touchdown and quarterback Andy Anderson ran five. Helena fell 21-1J to Tupelo, Miss. Charles Williams ran 66 yards for a Helena score. Batesville of Class A upset Paragould 7-6 on a late touchdown pass that nullified Fred Welshan's 72-yard touchdown run. Memphis Catholic rolled over Forrest City 27-6. Wynne beat Parkin 40-1J with Ruel Heath scoring twice and his cousin Johny Heath going over once. Newport beat Walnut Ridge 32-t. 9? THE AMOCIATED PRJEtt , Not since lt» had Georgia Tech't Ramblin' Wrecks played football in the Log Angeles area. But R WM no different Friday rught at they came through' with a 27-7 vetory over Southern California. On their lut appearance in Southern California 32>y«ars ago, the Engineers edged California 8-7 In th* ROM Bowl. Georgia Tech, with tecond- string quarterback Billy Lothridge ' starting and ending the scoring with first and fourth period field goals, took a command ing half-time lead with three touchdowns in the second quarter. * • * . Most of th« major teutu go into action today, and most of them face rugged engagement*. The televised game of the day is the Mississippi-Arkansas encounter—ABC-TV S:» p.m. EST -at Jackson, Miss. Mississippi State and Texas mttt on the same field tonight. Two of the really big fellows Iowa and Ohio State, picked 1-2 in The Associated Preu pre-sea son poll—are idle. ranked No. 1» ia the, preseason poll, Uluw'on Oregoe SUte at Portland. Texas, Southwest Conference choice and rated No. 4, meets the California Golden Bean, and Tulane faces Stanford. Purdue is at Washington la what looms as an even battle, add Maryland is given a very small edge over SMU In a night gam* at Dsllai. Orvis Bros. & Co. Brokers 119 S. Second St. Blytheville Member* New York Stock and other leading Exchanges. Stocks, Bonds * Commodities . Burton Stttoon, Manager . • Telephones: Day PO 2-2512 Night PO 3-4620 x-New York .. 104 Detroit M Baltimore — 91 Chicago / 84 Cleveland .... 74 Boston 73 Minnesota .... 68 Los Angeles .. 66 Ktnut City .. SB Washington .. 56 SI .671 59 .«14 9 85 .583 1314 71 .542 20 80 .481 29& 81 .474 30'A 89 .450 34 87 .431 37 95 .379 45 98 .368 46tt The American Fallout Shelter F.C.A. Tfc.A»«rioa« auitar. «* I. •»* W«l MTM » ttml pw- tarmdoe* *nd other t*- U protoetlo* frapa 1 «f ft ««r| <M kM^ Cfm . If? .*L*. i ? Jl ** °* «"<««• reinforced with •n4 for iMw, nr»t«r prool*« ITCBM itep^ uttfn MX «— vMfc »«••. n* *fru* •* Mi rilNai. MrtlllMHia te , nteforoM concrete iMUr wlli provide •taw* ateoluto f»uout pntaetlea," unquota. Th« Amtrlotn Meeta ill tiun requiremenU, ••• ta I**"* •• «"C7 funllj !• Aawrie* MB X(«r4 <U( ibtlUr. 10M FRA Hnaodnc »• anllible, witk o* down payment. The total trie* e€ ttu American tacludtiw encavatloa »n« klWteMo* U »9M.N. TM* h rnetnt of protMtlon. 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