PAGE SIX [LEVIN EflSILI DEFEflTS Smollicrniaii Scores Two Touchdowns, Tosses Passes for Two More An .Regressive Armoiel high school football learn, led by the redoubtable Louie Smotherman. nldcd ami abetted by Pmill. n haul running back, and a pair of pass snalchlng ends, Hell and Estes, easily defeated the Ulylhc- villc junior hif.li school Pajtooses at Haley Held last night. 28 to 0, H was (he first game of the grid, season here. Outweighed at least lo pounds lo the man, Ihe Paps made a fight of it, particularly in the last half, but the nccidfcs had loo, much manpower, experience and abillly for Ihe juniors. Kniollicriiuui Stands Out Smotherman was easily the standout player on 'ihc' Held. The veleran Armorel captain ran SO yards for the only touchdown of the second half to climax a perfect night after counting the first touchdown of the game on a 3- yard drive off right,end and tossing touching passes to F.ste.s and Bell, The Reddles rolled up n lolal of 12 first downs while the Paps were limited (o four, The Armorel leain made 8 of its first downs In the first half when Ihe Papooses wcie limited lo one and n pen- ally against Armorel enabled them lo make Ihat one. One of flic Pans' 3 first downs In the second half resulted from a is-yard penalty against. Armorel. The others were registered on passes. Uolh teams did fairly well with Iheir aerial allacks, especially Ihe Meddles, .since two of lliclr tosses went tor touchdowns. The first was a short heave from Smolherman to fetes Rood for H yards mid n score. The second, pas:; find rim, amounted In a gain nf 34 yards for a score with Hell on the receiving end of Rmolher- inan's heave. Armorel .coinulrlnl a.- tolal o[ 4 passf.s oul of 7 attempted xNcw Orleans while the Paps tried 10. com-1 lli.rnilnehain plotliiR. t> and bavins; two inln-- eoplcd by the Reddles. l.tnyil Paiinuse. Klar Lloyd. Hlylhevllle lialfbaek. played a good game, tackling hard on New'York . defense mid displaying cousidera ~' BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Build Bob Blows 'Em Down SATURDAY,' : SRPTKMBER• v .jg~ > . ]fl36 Here Is the start and rinlsh of the delive.y llml has made Mob Feller Ihe strikeout sensation of th? majors. Feller. 17-year-old riahthandcr of Ibc Cleveland Indians, established an American s, esase an Amercan and ,.,,ualled Dl^y nean's National i.ea s , n ,,ia,k by tunning n Philadelphia Athletics. |m ™ ffui " to J' struck out 15 St. Louis P.ravns on Aug. 23. The Standings Silllllicrn Nashville W. I,. Pel. I 1 .son .500 Chicago ble accuracy In his losses lo find- SI. Louis ... win. Tta'lcr and others. Lending 21 . lo 0 goinir into the second,; half Armorel shot --(he xcoi,o, uj>. to 28 to 0 In Ihi- lh|rd quarter on Smotherman's loiich- ilown siirinl and-Pi-Hill's buck for •Ihe iwlnt this third of the game). Thai .ended Ihe. scoring Uiougii the Reddles were within the Ift ylird line:when the came ended. The Pnpooses failed to penc- Inilc any great dlstr.ncc into Armorel lerrilory. Only twice (hiring the game did they advance as far as the 30 yard jlne, once going a few yards further. The Reddle line held and Ihe Paps were forced to kick before they could reach the "daiiBCr" zone (20 yards). The game was handled smoothly and only a few penalties were assessed.- lineups Pos. LE Phll.iilelpliiji American New York Chicago .,- '.,.', Detroit ...; Washington Cleveland Hosloh .; St. Louis '." Philadelphia •Armorel Esles Harrison Rogers Watson Downing Hooper Bell Smotherman Pniilt Graham itoss Armovel Blythevilie Summary LT LO C no RT RE QB HB HB FB 14 Papooses Baxter . Halsell Dewier Pur tie Flonnan Flake Warrington Mosley Lloyd Hesharsc Boyett 7 1 0 - 28 0 ,x —Night name. Nnllonul Pittsburgh Cincinnati W. I,. Pet. »7 51 .<;6l 711 m 'n 1-1 (H 78 li'J U!i BO 9-1 W. I,. Pe,l. - HI! -IS .U(17 78 (17 73 W 77 BB 75 70 .521 . 72 7-1 A33 .5311 .537 .531 S3 DO . 4!) 95 .371 Baseball Result* • • Southern League rhyol Allnnta at Now Orleans, game, only game. iNnlinnLil League Chicago 3. SI. I/mis 0. Only game. American If.iRuc SI. Louis G, C/liEcago .1. Detroit 6. Cleveland 3. Only games. 0 0 0 0 - „ Subslilulions. Armorel—Ealey for Harrison. Parham for Graham, Joiner for Hooper, R. Harrison' for Downing, King for Uodgers; Blythcvillc—Godwin foi Warrington. Locke for Beshmsc Besharsc for Locke. Pirsl Downs—Blythevilie 4; Armorel 12. Passes attempted — Armorel 7- Blythevilie 10. Passes completed —Armorel 4' Blylhcvillc 6. Passes inlerccptert-Armorel 2. Fumbles—Armorel 1; Blylhcvillc Fumbles recovered — Blylhcvillc 2. Touchdowns — Smotherman 2 Today's Southern I.ca;iir 1-laynlT Nashville nt. Birmingham. Only game. National League St. Louis at Chicago. New York at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia nt Boston, American League Cleveland at Detroit. .Washington at New York. Chicago at St. Loins. Boston at Philadelphia. Ky Harry (J ray so it Georgia Tech has been down In ll.i football luck since l!)'Ji|, but there are Indications Iliat an- ol hoi- Golden Tornado Is blow-Ing up In Atlnnla this fall. Indeed, Hill Alexander's brigade Intends (o slrlkc back so hhvd Ihat I IN i-nj;a|;einonl wilh Ihe University of California In Al- IBLBS VIE!? Rough As Well As Scicn- lific Grixppling Offer Monday nv .1. !•. rini'Ni) Fans who attend the wrcsiliui> Layclcn Lachrymose Over Squad of 102 Wilh Tal- rnl Unknown I'.V .II.M.MIl: DONAIUIi: NI'A Service Spoils Writer SOUTH IJKND. Ind., Sept. 19- Crylng towels ai-e .sopping wet in Hie dressing rooms under (he Notre name football plant hard by the Golden Dome. "It Isn'l the material, It's the | experience," says Elmer Layden |und his assistants. There Is some justification for ihe gloom that spreads over Hie colorful campus here, for the Irish nid lose some brilliant : stars nut wilh 102 husky stalwarts running around loose on the striped S0 d full of'typical Notre Dame spirit' even the most Inexperienced observer eels Ihe ideu that at least lliere'll be 11 green-clad warriors present for the Saturday afternoon affairs. Viewing me situation from Laydcn's point of view, no ove '•an laugh off the loss of 10 Ict- lermcn, especially when Ihcy are if the caliber of Wayne Millner ind Marly Peters, ends; Dick Vl'iTerlc, John Mielmla, and Ken -Hilley. tackles: Fred Solari and Henry Jojman, centers; wally l-Ynmhart, Frnnk Gaul, and George M'orlnrty. quarterbacks; ijlii Shakespeare, Andy Pilncy, Mike Luyden, and Tony Muz/iotti halves, am] Fred Caridco and Unn Riser, fullbacks. H'aiilcd: ,\ Field General '. Notre Dame needs a Held [>en•nil. H has had some remarkable •Icnal-callcrs, Gits Dora Is, Harry Stnhldrchcr, and Frank Cnrideo imong Ihem. Last year's array was ably piloted by Fromliart in particular, and Gaul and Mor- It went through a typical South Mend .schedule with only M defeat and one lie. Not one or the returning' III Icllennen is :t (iiinrlcrback. Only 11 ret- of the 39 reservists of 1935 iave had any experience in bark- ng signals, and liille is known or he capabilities of Krnio Arbolt, Hill lirimo. or llernle Me^in. So des|x>vale is the Layden that Monday at Ihe Ain- lanla. Ore. 20, may produce u'eiican Lei;Ian open iilr arena enn . . . foremast claiumnl lo the nallonal Calllornla anticipates Us most formidable array since Andy Smith's wonder tennis of l(>2fl-'21- 22-23-3-I, and the Golden Hears' lonu trip so lain in (tie going may "|il" up Hose Howl plans, it would ta (jiiile. a trick for even such an uBgregalifln as lierkeley hopes to produce to travel across Ihe continent and back and battle two robust opponents within a week. Georgia Tech has two line pass receivers In Dutch Koncmann. back, and Kd Jordan, end, and a pair of nood tossers In Fletcher Sims and Harry Appteby. Its running game should be fairly expect almost every type of e,rap- Pllnit, and ulmcwl anything lo hii|>pi k n. The inaleh , featuring Ile'x (,Tcxl Mdbley. Amarlllo, Texas, and IVan Mlkolof, llu: "Ruliiies:; ftnssiiih" hAs all llu> eannarks nf a ([iira- llon mark. While Muhlcy i.< one 'of the cloani'sl. wresllers in Ihc business ami seldom varies from (he scientmc. rceardlcs; . of whether Ills opponent does, it Is not known whether Mikolof will slick to liie. Same or not. at any rale Mobley is able lo lake care of himself as he is so well versed Hint he subdues them in his own way when they try to get rough. Hut Ihcrc is but little rtbiibi that science will he at a premium when Roy Welch, Ihe • Canadian he has been trying out jo.i former cimid, m i|iiarlei-, and thai veteran may dust Andy Pupils, a Chicago youngster who now is listed ns flrsl stringer. 1 Dallas. Texas, former welterweight .. wllb Koneinann and pleby loping behind Sims, n cork Ing hloctuM*. 0 ..There are several men In Ihc' e " ! ""l lio n. The occasions are rare south who will ontpunl the best! ""'f" 1 wlle " ln ey BO in for the Alexander has to otter but Tech!'™ WcC °S'. but give tlie fans.n, will hold Us own with thr. nveraoi. rcal u ' cnl '» l !>c oilier. Welch has will hold I Us own with the nverasc kicker if the ends cover well. Tech lost fonr outstanding athletes by graduation, Johnny Me- Ktnley. halfback; Hoot Gibson, more' ring tricks than a canine has (leas ,and is a capable wrestler. Myers is a different type of showman. He is nil business when In the ring. He goes in lo win .tier how he has to do it end; Captain Red Enbanks, a bi" I tackle; and Johnny Wllcox n|"° milUC1 ' Ilow !le ll!vs )0 li ° i' guard, but Alexander has capable' I(ok ' lce Mlke Mcroncy will hav. sophomore replacements at cud , " c °" hls lofs or nc vvi " fi »d «i-n. un. and tackle. As a mailer of fact,] !"" scf "' tllc """ddle," or mit of spent th j the entire crop of sophomores tip-! "' pears very promising. ! Promoter Clarence Holder ha, | announced thai contrary to re j ports that have been circulate: and' "'ere ' llls been no change (scrhmnaBC); Eslcs (pass Sniolherman) ; Bell (Pass from from Sinolhcrman). Extra points— Graham, Pruilt 3 (line). Officials—Brogdon (Blythevilie), referee; Potter (Memphis Tech), Umpire; Pride (Arkansas State), head linesman; Blackard (Blythc- ville), field Judge. Hayli Golfers Take oiv Local Tc;nn Tomorrow Sophomores Have Grown Glenn dishing is the end tilenn dishing is the end, and: '"" c lllls been no change in Pojman. Not a major rcturniii" Walter Rimmer the tackle who' I'^'cs. and a feminine fan will Icttcrnian is a center, and only appear certain lo crash the var-! bn admitted with each paid adult three of the reserves are pivot slty- ticket^ men. Johnny Pogcl is now rated "We had a sophomore outfit a year ago. and It seems lo have- come " Say They'll Need Luck oflrish - - B \." WAY///: MlLLNKI Wil ATiffT END, NOTCH!*/ IffAVlLV I'fl It'O I' /IS QU&USif M& aiS i-oiithhialion which has noh Wilke "I left half. Vic Wojcihovski ai ' jiipsel ll-« lie by the Wildcats. The 1 jlii! removed ' Demon from Ihc' riciul Cnll '-lPr News Wunl, Ails. i stale title picture, leaving Pine •—-— • Illuif and Hlythcville to finish the .'.(•iif:c)n iindefealed and untied. . " ~ j Jonesboro High Swamps j S;n:i»l Northeast Arkansas! Walnut Rid ^ e - 60 to ° Schools Will. Try N»v, WVNN10. Ark. <UP)-Six-inan football, a new 'gunic! whit-li has been acclaimed In other sections of the country as raster and more and Steve- Miller at full i '"I'illng than regulation fcotball, Join- of the.sc three gives arktiekl a Irlple-fhreatcr. •liio O'Neill, left end. may , , culled back to do the punling. Wojclliov.ski is quKe n leather Bger, and is the logical successor lo Shakespeare as a passer. The oil! Uum.inian boy tossed the winning pass to Shakespeare in (he Wisconsin game last autumn. Wilke is I lie only left hair wilh n monogram. The Hamilton, O., senior is an excellent runner, but there his capabilities stop, 'and Layden is fearful that his 10:1 pounds won't boar Ihc brunt or a slilf schedule. However. Bob mav be ' U|] l ••"•'•"r. *lll"l I l^lllilllun lUUUJUII, lln>| u ''" I)C *een in northeast Arkansas Ihls srasan. Six high schools have entered inlo Ihc six-man football league,' here by Siipl. Allen I JONRSnORO. Ark.—Scoring in every period, the Jone.sboro high school Hnrrieane breezed lo an easy triumph over Walnut, Rld«ei high school's liobcals, tin to 0, hero last night. strong Willnfd Tilley. foriiicr. junior high Hash. In a feature role. Morris. Cham- bei-s and linlton also figured in the sroring. | . The Hurricane flashed offensive machine with Lynch. The schools arc Lepanto, Marion.- Crawfordsville. 'l\ronza. Tnrrell,.aud Wynne. The game is expected to he a boon to small high r;hools ivliieii want fnolball, but are nimble to I equip an ll-man team. A field or j regulation, length, but only 35 yards ' wide is used. Each' club is composed of a center, two ends, quarterback, halfback and fullback. To gain a first down, the team ' must make 15 yards in four rlowns. ! Tomatoes were grown only for Iheir beauty until the 19th" ccn- another Layden, who played ... -. - plenty with less poundage than I mn " wl '° receives' the ball Wilke carries on his frame. I m centi;r is not pi*rinttlcu to f!a at Center is Wide '' or band it to another Miller showed Hashes of brilli-l' ye . r ^"'' m " st P a! >*' from behind, •-- '--' -• • ' Ihe line of scrimmage. Players .ire ' permitted to throw forward or ancc last season. He made several long runs in the Ohio Stale Same after Carideo was injured in Ihe second quarter. Hc curried oil Ihe first Irish touchdown. However, he isn't shaping up any too well, and Larry Danbom, uackwnrd passes from any point! on the fijld. Athletic officials the sport provides many thrills for the fans and oilers plenty of action and -.-.. o „„ with Steve at! ? ri ", inllt ' )ln >'- r " «>'« tVPe of Hock Island. 111., is pressing him !°° ll)tli1 ' 'be player with speed and for the (nil nlclligcncc is SUtierior In thr> mnn for Ihe job. The big problem in the line Is Ihe replacement of Solari and two hard ones. Auburn ' Number Eight Team and James Store Play Again COOTER, Mo. — Tlie Number Eight ball team will meet the J.itne-s slorc team on Ihe Canilh- ersvillc diamond Sunday lo pl.iv off a lie game of lost Sunday. The two teams played 10 Innings at Number Eight, last sim- day. Ihe game being called because of darkness. Tlie score wa 7-7. Number Eight had won 55 straight games in Peinlscot coun- ly> league play until Sunday- meeting wlttt 'James Store. Members of the Hayli. Mo. golf club will Invade fjlythoville tomorrow to meet golfers of the elocal country club in an inter-club tournament. Blythevilie golfers indicated they were on top of their games by overwhelmingly repelling an Invasion by Stkeaon. Mo., golfers recently. Tlie locals will be favored to defeat the visitors, haying n regulation of being almost invin- "Ible on their home course. ,,.., ., ....... tunic two naid ones. Auburn grown ,i bit," smiles Alexander. | probably the best combination „' Last yea" we experimented our conference, and Alabama The will, and obtained excellent re-; wol ,l | s U ial Alabama Ls not e su ts rom he fremicnt tisc of Ihe crimson Tide of old but l no- lateral and forwan pass. That tice that Fi-ank Thomas- is f™ r perhiips was a liitle dangerous deep al each position. T,,, c ". with a sophomore outfit, but bank-j | 0(K a seems to have plenty of nig on the confidence that a sea-, manpower which needs nomine [son of experience in the use of ! '-> - • "ounng Ihc lalcral has given Ihc boys, we will use the passing g.imc even more frequently this trip." but experience. "After Alabama comes Florida', which has had bad years recently! Then comes the traditional battle m t < l . . '" ."ivt, VUJIHJ.1 mv ILillllllUnal 1 eclis schedule is not quite as with Georgia. You never ca rugged as It has been. It gives" llre thai the Yellow Jackets a breathing spell now and then. Alexander's lads open with Presbyterian College in a night game, Sept. 25. and play Sewnnec on Oc.l. 3. They from both without! Rod Courier Nfas Want Ads. Football Results High School Little Hock 15. Catholic High H Benlon 6, North Little Rock 0. natesville 54. Sloan-Hendrix 9. Newport 12, Hoxfe G. Helena 15. Mnrvcll 0. Karrlsburg 48. Cotton Plant 7 West Helena 13. Wynne o. Fordyce 51, Npruhlel 0. Jonesboro do, Walnut Ridge 0 .Sca'rcy 10, Heber Springs C. Pine Bluff 0, Hop? o (tl?). Rtullsart. o. England 0 (lie) K| Dorado 19. Dermott 0. Hot Springs 20, fVirresl city IS I'aragorild 40, Corning n. u lig- onc. After nearly a month's rest, we meet California." In Alexander's opinion, the rule requiring the olllcbl lo call interference when an ineligible man on tlie passing team gets in front of the receiver of the pass ,< n BOCK! one. The old screened |uss he first stringer. He was fourth nst year, but Hits season has no vert up ahead of Fr'cd Mtindce, bird in line in '35, and is show- ng well. Mundcc will keep him topping. Conditions along tfie rest of the Inc aren't loo sorrowful. Ends ire well fortified wilh O'Neill and Joe Zwcrs; tackles are satisfac- ory. with Art Cronin. .Frank Kop- cpjik, and Bill Steinkemper. '35 eltermen. returning; and nt Ihc jiinrd positions there is a wealth of fjood material, headed by the 'watch charm" captain. imilh. who was out last wilh a kidney ailment. past we have been was a n'nisance. and the easily and then hitting n 6a ,ne will not be hurt conference foe, generally abolition. should win .rouble. -In the opening V'nnderbllt. in the second'"sklr mish." explains Alexander. "Not .. loo strong in Ihc first place we would G et licktxl. nnd «W sensed WH^Tte' taeS, e '"! r" e,, 0 " 1 ; r ra!c wm " ci " eprei - <vimi »•'« B™* .« *™\* ••Ti,i« f II . „ . lnore siw^mcular brand of foot. This fall, .starting wilh two ball '!: c !?!.! v< * ™* W™ s : wc sho "W J-1'oui the lone of Alexamlei-v Alexander is smart enough to know that passing | s j us | j n i( , infnncy. and believes , bump into Kentucky in Ihc third conversation, suspect uill year The Irish schedule lists foes jrcatly improved over last yenr— Carnecie Tech. Washington University of St. Louis 'la newcomer), Wisconsin. Pitt, Ohio Stale. Nnvy. Army. Northwestern, and Southern California. On paper It appears that a rather sad season u in 5 t or c foi the Irish, but Ohio State will testify Ihat yon never can tel about he young men of Norc Dame. Searcy Romps to Easy Win Over Heber Springs c is superior to the man vitli brawn. Most of tlie games will be played n the afternoon, but. a few night iamcs may bs arranged later. Lynch ;aid. Because of the newness of he sport, many fans arc expected lo come here to sec its debut. Catholic High Almost Upsets Little Rock High LITTLE ROCK. Alk.-Calllolic high school of Little Rock missed what would have been the JiKgest upscl of the current high school season in the state by losing, 15 to 14. to Ihe Lilllc Rock hiph school Tigers here last night. The Catholic high team held the Tigers for 3'^ quarters and Plant Whiter Legumes /// looked like certain winners A safety by tc Tigers in the closing minutes of Ihe game enabled them to win. Increase yield 250 .Ibs. of seed cotton per aerc by planting Hairy Vetch. We have the only planter equipped lo phint Vetch in cotton and corn middles. We can furnish Duplex Hoppers and Legume attachments to convert y o 'i r Shawnee Cotlon and Corn planter to Legume planter at nominal cost. Paul Byrum Blydievilh, Ark. WHY YOU SHOULD SEE F. S. WOLCOTT'S HIGH BROWN FOLLIES OF Benton Takes Revenge Against North Little Rock The Benton high school team partially avenged a lost year's lie • near the end of -the season by'LI defeating the North Little Rock i I Wildcats, 6 to 0, here last night ! The Benton learn, along witii 1 Ulytheville and Pine Bluff, was' nndefcalcd and milled by a slate I learn, when it was thrown for an One Niyhl Only • BLYTHEV1LLE MOD, Sept. 21 Regular Gasoline Anti-Knock Gasoline 10 8-1 Oc Plus 3c Tax 11 l-2c, Plus 3c Tax :lnned back. without having our cars fl tn4 '— •• ' ° s ' , It \ms been one of the more ' >ns since Clrmon, which we without too much lo repel effoil. Then! n n ,\ courier News Want A ,M. school romped to an easy "70 lo 0 victory over Heber Springs in Ihe opening game of the season here lasl night.' Wood, Searcy quarterback, was outstanding throughout, making four touchdowns. im> nn u run of 7f> yards. Btfore Ton liny Any rtoibo>rd - Src the NEPTUNE 2 H. r. Slnjl. 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