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OCT013EH 2, 193G . BLYTiltiVlLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Chickasaws Clash With Piggott .11 PAGE FIVM; Chick Liue-Up To Be Changed Slighlly From Corning Game PLAY MAJOR ROLES IN SEASON'S EARLY FIRING _ lo register its 21st straight- triumph, the Maroon and Whll» juggernaut of Blythcville high school rolls into action in the second game of the 193Q season heic tonight with Hie Plggott Mohawk as their ojiponcnls. In view of their past perform ances the game is rated over the utate as a warm-up affair foi Hie Chlckasaws, co-champions of (he ctate wilh Pine Bluff last year, and Hie locals are cxpcclcd to breeze through' without undue trouble. They will hold a' sub .slanlial weight advantage. However Ihc position of ovei whelming favorite is not welcor. ed for any team by its coach and practice sessions during the week have indicated that Head Coac,i Carney Laslie and Ace Puckeli, his assistant, intend to sec Unit Hie husky Maroon and While squad keeps ils mind strictly on the business at hand. I'igeoU Kcmembers 1835 Piggott's Mohawks swarm inlo I own today confident of putting up a much better game against the Chicks than they did in 103D I ' Practically the same team is back intact, from last year and ha., strong reserve, material. The Mo hawks have been smarting under the sting of the 51 to 0 dcfc"u administered by the Chickasaw last year and arc anxious to show that even a state championship eleven had no business in beating them by such a score. Of courae Ihc Chickasaws tonight will be a different combination limn the .one that ran the Mohawks ragged last year but there would .te a large measure of satisfaction for the visitors if they could keep the affair tonight a nip and tuck battle. Like Blythevillc, Piggott al- 1 —• ready has one game under its -Bartholomew belt (his season, a 0-0 draw with Imbotfen last Friday. Chick Line-up May Change The Chicks were sent through their final workout before the game last night under the Haley .Field | floodlights. There ,will b X'j'| A^-\ y»: f*H.. LS.ll,, TOPS J DIXIE \Vaclc Also Likes ,Tech In Soulhciist Loop; Clemson Southern's Best , BY WALLACE WADK Heart Coach, Duke University nUHIIAM. N. C., Oct. 3.—Tliovo will be good football Intiie soulh (his :;cn,son-Mis good ns (hero over !>»•; been. Some of tho buttles lluil will ;bo fought between the outstanding. Icnnis In October nml November will : rank with llu> ever : played In Dlxlc-ln the country, (or Hint matter, In addition lo' sanies bel\vcci\ Hie tcn-iftnklnis Icnms, there will to ihc trfuljllon.nl' battles. Take for Instance Ihc Duke-Norlh Cnr- olhm game, Nov. M, which last vcnr attracted 4ii,880 people—the largest crowd ever lo see n gamt> hi the south—to Duke stadium. Some cf .the oilier meetings bc- ' ' rivals bring (o- Imrdcsl IQW to )io« (o be ninong the loaders. All the teams will uo "pointing" for Coach Jack Menghev 11,13 senso,,. « e allowed »s a \eiy fine team here last ye»r ln defeating us, 7-0. As (01 tlie others: iiari'y Mehre can be ilcpendnl UJXHI to piwUico u.flne team at Georgia, Frank Tliomus . hns had great success nt Alabama and lie may bilus tils toys buck lo tho top this season MaJ, Unrph Basso, n fine coach himself, will get valuable assistance tills season from col, Paul Parker, who left Tennessee lo tnko a post wllli Sasse at MIsst\Mnpl Slnlo. They Imvo lino mut tliere and llipse two should (He boat fioin It, Ray Uajws may t>c Just (ho spnrk Mlsslsslpjil needs MnJ, Uob Neyland, undoubtedly one o( Uio nnest coaches In tlio counliy. • Is back.nt tho University of . Tet'licssco. vvhlle lifs sound wn? mtlior badly ilddlcd by ginil- uallon, the Vols w|ll uiisct some of Iho belter learns, In the toutli (Ilia season, Clnnson High In (lip Kouthcin Confoieiico, ,icss Neely, an excellent conch, \\n\ have a gcod team ut ciemson and It may bo tho championship ele- en. Coach Hunk Anderson at North Carolina State is still looking for a good year. He had a fine 'young learn Insl fall thaf limde a good record and hns inost : of his gelher Tennessee-Alabama, Oct.!'" 1 *' w ' lu moio cx|Krlence. Ilts It FlSIOEil I'l; L. S. U.-Tulano, Georgia-Georgia Tech Nov. Nov. 28; 23, B I'cotball tattles begin in earnest on all fronts as majrr teams open the campaign and many tackle opponents of equal mettle, Oct. 3. At left are tv.o peerless passers, Sammy Baugh, above, or Tc.xaj .Christian, and Floyd Blower, ' below, of California. Bi'.ugh chucks forwards against Ai'iansan at Fcrt Worth. Blower strives lo stir up (rouble for St. Maiy's ; College at Berkeley. Center, getting off a spiral, is Eon Heap of Northwestern, who is to look after several assignniEnls against C^ic Simmons and his Iowa ' ccuipan- icns at Evanstcn. Inset is Quarterback Andy Pirplis, \viio direcb Kclre Dame against Carncjle Trch at is Leif Jaccbsen, Oregon, and whom Southern California probably will And pestiferous in Los Angeles, and end, who leads Yale ajninr.t a yoiinj Cornell combination at Nc'.v Haven. . ,- and Kentucky-Tennessee,, Nov. 2a! There also will be a la'rgo iiuin- cjr of Inlersectlonal games In which southern elevens should be nble to hold (heir own. It is most difficult lo pick tlie .; outstanding teams in any sccllou. ' At best, such selections are hap- mznrd. In my opinion, it is not ;oFslble lo make these choices vlthout a careful and detailed survey of ihc various teams with he help of their coaches. Too, many things can happen South Bentl. Upper rl 3 lii Belo-.v is Larry Kcllcv, cnntain Burton | Bc.sharse i Moody Mosley Hutchins Brown RG RT RE QB LHB RHB FB Brawncf 1 WiillaiH.! '• Gordon Hayden j L.Under\vood Welis j Morrow changes in the. ^liujrOp.-! rjjmj ; in'e "which..-'opened' ' aeainri which, .-.opened ' agauiijt. if. appears, .aj.mqst" cer-' , j . Corn fops On stalk ,, . , .. - 'MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. (UP)— tain, ..Meredith, blocKing back, .15. (Corn is reported to have popped expected lo remain on the sidelines because of bruises sustain":! in last week's game.' Moody wil! move from guard to back to take on tlie cob in the fields at the Kcanesler fann near here. Good rains until July caused the corn lo fill out well, but on days of 100- place and Bartholomew will degree, temperature it sizzled; and likely open at Moody's guard' harvesters found several ears with post. It is also possible that | snoWTWhile stiids. Brown will yet the punting as-' £ignment tonight instead of Russell Mosley because of the im- It has been suggested that the . bed of 1112 Pacific Ocean rcpre- provemcnt he has shown in prac- ! sents the old scar, now largely fill- bee. It is no secret that the cd up, where the moon was • ' kicking department is one of the Chicks' weak points.' Bill Meriwether of Paragould is slated to referee tonight's game, opening at 8 o'clock. Probable opening line-ups are as follows: lilyllicvillc Pos. riggoli Roberts LE Hollis Wise i/r Davis' Craig .LG Gower' separated from tiic earth millions of years ago. juntovs' Meet 'Bullpups Under Lights On Paragould Field Tonight Coach Sianflll Cutchin and seventeen members of the Blytheviile Junior High Papooses left via cr.rs at noon today for Paragould where they play the Bu!lpup5 v iin- dcr the lights tonight. As lii the Annorel game, the forward passing attack. Both leoms have played one gaiie-- against Armorcl—and both nave been beaten. The Roddies JJIni- mcil the Paps. 28-0. two .w~jcks ego. Last Friday tlie 'Bullpups bowed to Coach "Poss" .Tlijrn- ton's smooth working crew, 20-0. Coacii Cutchin indicated 1M- starting lineup .would inciiidi-: Baxter and Godwin, ends; HnUcll and Flake, tackles: Dugan Florman, guards; Purtle, cc: Lloyd,, Boyell,-:Locke aiul Muery, backiield. Others making the trip: Tommy Warrington, Young, Masley, Bcsharse, G.neiin, .and Ev- . lint! cnier; Th,, head ot a comet' is tell'iive:! to be a large collection of nieisoric matter, of sizes ranging from that Juniors will face a much larger i of sand grains to masses- as and experienced snuad, and likely [ HS. the meteorites whiclv somfltimes will depend on a fast running -ami ' strike the earth'." '<'.''' ' •''" Addition to Basel)all Hall of Fame Walker U fonerneid IIP TOWNS COULD ATTACK BY AIR It is just ;is well for University of Georgia's foollxill opponenlj lhat lanky Forest Towns is not permitted to atlac-k by air. The world ;in<t Olymjiic record holder in iho high hurdles is shown lopping a human barrier cf tcammales as ho dulls with the Bulldogs al Athens. "Spec" -.. seeks an end position, y^ hat will suddenly slop a chnni- .lionship contender. There may ;e Injuries (hat will pull down (he morale of the squad. Supporters of the tenin may get so overconfident that the enthusiasm will invade the ranks of Hie scpind and prove disastrous, Hold That Tiger. team probably will be the one to beat. He :,ajs tho same thini about Duke. North Carolina, Uiiuler Its new coach, Raymond ..(Bear) Wolfe, from T. c. U., will be an outstanding contcudcr. They have n fine morale there, n winning sphit In all branches .of' athletics. South Caiolipn has a jomig team which undoubtedly will upset sonic of the biggei teams this season. • i As for out leap!, ir\e Blue Dcv- ills may go far If they play Ihc Inspired game tl\cy did In defeat- Ing Colgate, G-0.' Youngblood's Horse fo Try Again; Four Heats, Required In 2:25 Pace F Broadway Bill, flashy roadster 1 show hoise owned by Verne! YQungblood, Newburg, Ind., fall- . cd in an attempt to equal or bet- ' lei the world's quarter mile record < foe trotting hoisea under saddle . »t the Mississippi county fair- i Biounds heie yesterday but will ? Piobably make another attempt ollhei today or tomorrow, The lecoid of 30 1-4 seconds is ( held by Eddie Biewer. Broadway < Dill was clocked In 31 3-4 seconds ! but hii owner is confident he c»n ', cwl ttiq lecoid. Youngblood'a '• hoise wns ildden yesterday by Al- j ton Outlaw, Uroadway Bill broke ; In his Hist two attempts jester- > day afternoon, which piobably accounts for ills failure to make better time when he finally trot- 'cd Hie distance A fouith heat was necessary to ' etennlno the outcome of the 2.25 ince, won by Argus. The 2:14 trot 1'iis captmcd by Peter Colleen In celslve fashion, the horse finish- ng (list In all three heats, with Dick Fikco and Lady Axworthy econd and thiid, lespccllvcly, .hi - 'ach hen I. _ ' In the lunnlng iaccs Tille Oak won the five-eighths mile run and Atler T the thrce-fouiths mile Ex-Chicks In 'Bama- Miss, State Frosh Game Former l!lyth,cvlllo. Chlckasnw, arc expected to play piomlnenl roles when the'-University of Alabama Freshmen play, the Mississippi 'Slale Fresh, at Slarkvlllc to- Hcrshel Mosley, one of th; Greatest: backs cvei developed li Ihc. '.stale, whg climaxed a bul- llniit'four year: career with th Maroon • and Wh|te by being se lected 6n the All-Soulherii am un. Hany stalls piloted his third I otinlghl wlnnei by conilni 1 in iihend astride Title Oak in" the five-eight mile run. Stutts was : lo have liddcn Maxlmus, winner of a lace the day before, but when llaxlmus wns scratched he icplaccd Hatton ns Title Oak's Jockey. The hoise Is owned by Stults, who rede both fust place horses in Wednesday's running inccs Results: • Tf 2:25 Pace, Purse. $250—Argus, 1; Florena Scotland, 2; Franklis Allah, 3; Hcnls— (1) Florena Scotland, 1; Argus, 2; FranUe Arian, 3; Pauline Gano, 4. Time—2-12 1-2. 1; Florena' 3; Paubno However, such a selection Is expected from me, and we will tako n chance. •' • .Louisiana Slnlc,' K c n t u c k'y Gcorcia-:Tcch, .and. Auburn shoiiW be the ' outstanding teams in tho Southeastern Conference, wit li Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi Slate in the running. Mississippi may come back after the -, - -. ,...-, n Tulane defeat. , I Qcnc Blackwell, .oiilstandtng enil. c, n tiniirt •>• en, u ' ^ '"A Good -coaching, good material.I who< wns chosen 'on'^e 'ail[-stale, S^j 3 ' (4) P ^l"° , Ga "°' 4 ' and a winning spirit should be too, are members of the .University scottad 2 i£S Arf n great nssets at L. S. U. At Ken- "f Ainhnmn .'IPT.HI •; whiii. •nnbi.pi. S? 0 ""'" 1 -. 2 ' Frnnki <: Arian, 3. tucky Ihere Is reported to bo gathered the finest bunch of running backs In the south. There are-Johnson-and Davis from last year and great help from the (2) Frankle Allan, Scotland, 2; Argus, _, .„„„..„ lOano, 4 Time—2-12 1-2. (3) At- alllsinte n thica leans ..a^. 1 """ 0 ;. \^~^ ^ *% At ' Qonc IVinnkwBll. nnlslnndiiw »,ffl.fe. 1 J">"W=_Ar an; 2; Florena have a big, strong sophomores, and Coach Che! Wynne iinc. , At Georgia Tech, Coacii Bill Alexander's sophomores have turned into juniore, and they will-be hard to beat (they were hard enough last year, we recall—In fuel, they whipped us, a-Ol. It may be another championship team at Tech. where there has been none since that great 1928 team. . . i Auburn probably will have the •id .Purse of Alabama team, ; "Red" Baxter, star ^.......... *.... (he Chicks In '3S, plays with the * :H T™ 4 ' Pllrst: «250 — Peler Mississippi Slalers. ,; : - [Colleen, 1; Dick Frisco, 2; Lady Cozlne Blackwell,'; father of A! "™rthy, 3. Gene, is expected' lo' witness the Heats—(1) Pctci Colleen, 1; Dick Filsco, 2; Lady Axworthy, 3. Time—2:11 1-4. (2) Pcler Colleen, 1; Dick Filsco, 2; Lady Axworthy,' 3. Time—2:11. (3) Peter Colleen, game. The brightest stars have individual names' in addition to constellation names. The principal!; Dick Frisco, 2; Lady Axworthy, star, of a constellation is called 3. Time—2:14. • : Alpha, the next Beta,, and so on, ~ ~ in Ihe order of the Greek alphabet. ' '. ' Astronomers have an average of Tin ce-Foui ths Mile Run, .„.,_ $75—Atler T.j. 1; River See, 2-' Good Time May, 3. Time—1:16. Flvc-Eightlis Mile Run — Title less lhan one minute a year In 3. Oak, 1; Morltm, 2; Tom Vernte; whic the ;h to study, lotal eclipses ofj sun. ••''•. 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