The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 28, 1939 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 28, 1939
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. PAGE EIGHT -LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1933 .; -..,:. ~ ~~ — ~ — "" J u » vt\ r, vui ufji<;K zc, 193S Chickasaws^ RolHDvei^atholicHigh, 71 To 1) Blytheville Gridders Parade During Game, Band Between Halves Tire Blythcvillo Chickasaws, as has been their liabit, looked very good against a very weal; opponent, Catholic High of Little Hock last night, rolling up an impressive 7] to 0 .score at Haley Field. The visitors, who passed so of-* — • ten they surprised everyone on the field and the small crowd of spectators ns well when they did anything else, were very distinctly never In the ball game. Tile Chickasaws scored , . ,' e-,e nunl "' yd their; y,| Si w i H& i re t klckolfs 21 first touchdown shortly after Hie Average each klckolf ... 44 opening whistle. A Catholic back ( NO. penalties D MO 3).2 0 1 40 9? fumbled Hie opening klckolT and C.ipt. Warrlnglon recovered for Blylheville on the Rockets' 15-yard line, ilpsley went over some sis plays later and set in. the parade hail Leading the Chicks in their high scoring spree was "Sonny" Lloyd, the chief offensive threat of the Dildyincn all season. Uoyd made three touchdowns, one on a G1- yard run. another on a 59-yard run and the third on the receiving end of a pass from Mosley which grossed 31 yards. The cblck back also garnered four extra points. Others participating In the actual scoring were Moslcy, with a pair of touchdowns, and Harliert, Ford, Blackwell, Baxter. Godwin and Ross with one each. Mosley ran about six yards to score the first Chick touchdown mid accounted for the ninth in the fourth on a 7-yard jaunt. Harbert niinc.xed his touchdown on the Congest mil of the game, 85 yards. 'Blackwell crossed the Rocket goal line on an end around, a 38-yard sprint, showing some nice sidestepping. Baxter made his on n pass fro in Mosley. A forward-lateral combination accounted for touchdown number ten with Bill Godwin going over the goal,line. It started with Mosley on the tossing .end, Warrington on the receiving titid of the forward and Big Bill taking over from there and was good for 32 yards. Ford smashed four yards for Ills marker and Ross, reserve back, accounted for Ihc final touchdown of the game, on ti short rim. The scoring parade reached its climax in the third quarter when the Chicks accounted for four of their touchdowns. Two were scored in the opening period and two In Uoyd llarbc-rt Blnckwell Mosley Blackwraxl Ford Sallba Godwin Warrlngton Ua.vter Paulk Jenkins Totals Yards of penalties BS 35 lui!ivlihi:il Hushing llfrord Me. B'vlllR 'iYJr.s Gain I/ast Gain no 112 05 53 31 19 18 16 15 5 I 0 28.3 22,1 32.5 7.7 ft.:i 3.8 2.3 4.0 4.5 fl.O 1.0 n 495 18 11.1 Avc. Cnth. High Tries Gain Lost Gain Mooney Banon Trollett Totals Handyman' For Two More Years Loss Of Slavs Fails To Stop Bobcats Camclen Against Arkansas-Villanova . Baltic At Phil a cl c 1 p h i a Is Among Attractions NEW YORK, Oct. 28. (UPj — College football teams hit the road today In an Inler.scctlonal prognji tapped by the game at Columtr, Ohio, Ijelwcen Cornell, best in the., and Ohio State, iiowerhoiise of the liig Ten, Seven major Interactional i>a»ie.s are scheduled, Most oi them arc here In the East^-ngainsl .Southern teams. The game at Columbus matches l'*o powerful,, resourceful teams that arc unbeaten nnd untied. Ohio Slate has won over Missouri, Norlli- westerti and Minnesota. Cornell has defeated Syracuse, Princeton and I'enn State. The other intcrsectlonal enmc in the midwest is between i Yale and Michigan; and Michigan! is not locking for loo much trouble, j Unbeaten teams also collide at Philadelphia where - Pennsylvania lakes on North Carolina. Other in- tcraeelloiin) contests In the East nre Villaiiovn-Arknii.ras, Colninblii- VMI, NYU-Cieorgia, and Navy- Clenison. S:me of the closest games will be between neighbors ami one of the best of those is the Carnegie. Tcch-Notre Dame contest nt Pitts- j buj'Bh. Others in the East: Harvard-Dartmouth, Holy crass- Colgate, Fordham - PIllsbiirBSi, Princeton-arown and Syracuse- Penn state. The best game down South ap- jjcars to be the one between Tulane and Mississippi. Neither hns been beaten, although Tulanc played a 14-H tic with North Carolina! Others In the South: AlalmmU-Missksippj stale, Cei tennry-Texas Christian, Duke-Wake i nl all squeamish about dishing out. Today's Sport Parade HENKY M COLUMBUS, 0-, Oct. 28 (UP)— Football footnotes concerning Hie tif{ ten: that low moaning sound you hear on rjuiel niyht.s comes from the coaches in Oils .section when they think of the talent the southern schools are taking from thorn . . , No fewer than lilty mid-western toys who should be dining on roast beef and corn on the cob this time of year are way deep down in Dixie eating licateii biscuits, fried chicken, hominy erlts. and writing postcards home saying "Honey Chile, Lawdy you :ill .should be down here." . . . This year's plaque for poppiug-ofl" and self-assurance goes to Tommy Harmon, the poinl-a-miuule ha)>- f)e)d I am Just a country hoy, tint Snavoly'ji acuon disable In my hook Just inex- Ile might well have come out and Imek from' Michigan . ' He already has told the all star officials in Chicago the size shoes and Jersey he wants for Ihc 194! lire- season game with the pros . . . And don't fool yourself—he'll be there . : . And his quarterback pal, Forest Kvashevski. will probably be there tea This is the rarest combination in football today Asked why he called Harmon's signal so often Evvy All-America George Cafeeo graduates this year but Tennessee fails'8 nvc this explanation: "I'm screwy believe the Vols will have an able replacement in Johnny Butler, sophomore quarterback, above, whose sparkling 50-yard dash for touchdown was the game-breaking play in the Vols' victory over Alabama. the second period. In' the -fourth period BlyUieviltc made three of',. k m ... Us. 11 touchdowns. ' . ' " m m , The Rockets, decisively CAMDEN, Oct. 28.—The Hope Bobcnls, playing Inspired football, defeated n fairly tome Camden Panther, 18 to 0, before 2,000 fans here tonight. Hope, minus \(s two backfield stars, Taylor and Daniels, made a touchdown on the seccnd piny of the game and never was headed. weighed, lived ing reputation out- to their pass- taking to the air from tiic start and seldom did they come /back down to earth. Despite the fact that the visitors hud a better than average unsser in Banon and a fair passer in Mooney, lack of deception iii their 'any Bobby Ellen broke away front s o\ui 40-yard line lo race BO yards to score and Feroni, Bennett To Clash Monday night's wrestling card will feature the, return to the local ( „,, ., •----—. arcnn of Joe Pcroni, rough Italian, „ .,., phlans nad scored in who will come to grips ullh George !„.<!.. ""!. 1 ll |> rte r on an 87-yard n- Bennett, another gent- who is not Little Rock Scores Late, Beats Memphis LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Oct. 28.- The LILlic Rock Tigers defeated Memphis Central High, 25 lo C, in a game here last night. The Tigers didn't do much until the fourth quarter when they scored all of their points. Forest, Gcorsin Tcch-Auburji, mid VanUerbllt-Loutslami. Unbeaten Nebraska has a job en its hands In Ihc midwest where it goes against a,strong Kansas State team. Wisconsin-Iowa Is another close one in* that section. Northwestern is favored to defeat Illinois, hut no one Is afire with confidence that it will. Missouri seems ready to lake Iowa Slnlc in its stride,' The best game west of the Hock- i ies probably will be UCLA, against to score and won the ball j Oregon, but there Is n good pro- right there. It was the sec-' gram 'out there, including: game ond time that Hope hud run with the ball after kicking off lo Cnm- cien to start the game. Hope scored again in the second quarter mid again in the fourth. The last touchdown came as a "gift" as the Panthers fumbled a punt deep In its own territory. Camden made H first downs to attack practically nullified hopes of sustained success theii pitching. Ban-on, who turn- Hope's eight, but the locals bogged «d In u good "nine-innings" on the up in scoring territory. "mound" for the Rockets, tossed a j '' Southern California- California, DcnVer-Utah, Idaho-Montana, Oreion Btate : Washington State, Utah State-Colorado Stiitc. Washington- Stanford and Wyoming-Colorado. In tlie southwest, the great Texas A .and M." team meets a stubborn opponent in Baylor. Texas plays Rice hi whnt may turn out lo bs nip-and-tuck contest. , hard pass, difficult to ''intercept P,,| P| . T wn fit but also frequently 'difficult for| RUleS IWO Ut n ' * s S his own receivers to capture. As it was, few thrills were furnished by Hie visitors. Occasional- Roy Infrequently ^ne'^uld" be " hU "r- ba " tenm '' wcrc Stars Are Ineligible AUKADEI.PHIA. Ark., Oct. 28.— and Jimmy Daniels, red from fur- cepted. And. on very rare occasions, apparently nil too rare, the Hockels would remember that (he ball can be carried as well ns thrown and would slip through a Chick defense set for passes for n few yards. But the latter occasions were very few. Tlie visitors used n close knit defense but didn't make - much headway stopping the Chick forays. The Blytheville band and pep squad provided an Interesting interlude between halves. The lineups'. Blytheville 71 Pos. Catholic Hi 0 Jenkins L.E, Johnson L.T. BickerstalT L.G. Copperlge c Bennett' R.G, Justice R.T, Warrington (c) B.E. Patilfc Q.B. Mosley L.H. Lloyd R.H. Godwin P.B. Browning Hamliu Kressn liner Young Rossi Robersor .Sharp Trcilett Barren Score by quarters: Mooney (c) Blytheville 13132718—11 Catholic High ... 0000—0 Summary: Substitutions— <Blytheville) Baxter, Cramer, Hoiinsa ville, Alley, Blackwell, Harbcrt, El Holt Saliba. Ford, Blackwood, Ross Crosstow, Abbctt. {Catholic High) —Dally. Hudg ens, Bujarski, Ambort, Engleberger J. Kresse. Scoring: Touchdowns—Lloyd (3) Mosley .(2), Ford, Blackwell, Bax ter, Harbert, Godwin, Ross. Extt_ points—Lloyd (3) (two place kicks her particlpatlcn In games 1 in Ar- ausas "pending further proof" of llglblllly by the governing body f the Arkansas Higli School Ath- elic Association today. L. M. Goza,.president, who au- cunced the Iiicllglblllty ruling, said the records show Hint liicf have ind four years participation in high chool football." He said his Inves- igation indicated Hint Taylor and Daniels htid exhausted Iheiv perlo:! of participation under Arkansas eligibility rules while playing at Eastland, Tex. "The Hope people seem to think that they will be able to prove otherwise but pending further proof Tnylor and Daniels arc ineligible,' Toza said. Pine Bluff Crushes El Dorado, 21 To 0 he dirt. The two will get together n the final match on the card and Eire scheduled to go 91) minutes cr ess, best two out of three falls. The preliminary tussle promises :o be a primitive exhibition between the. .Mexican, Carlos Rodri- qiiey, nnd Jack Dillon of New York City. RcdrlqucK appeared on the card last week, ns did Bennett. He, too, Is an unusually rough performer and if Dillon is up tp'-.thls standard Hint fans will probably be in for an evening of. wild'enter- tainment. The one hour time limit will govern the Rortriquej'.-E'iU.ii match. punt return by 140-pound Ke H:llaud. The state of Pennsylvania was not named for.It's founder William Henn. but for his father Jqnesboro Rallies To Win In Last Quarter JONESI3ORO, Oct. L'7.-Jones- ooro rallied in the final quarlcr lo defeat Forrest City 18-to-12 here lust night. Durham scored Jonesboro's first touelidcvvn on n line plunge in the first quarter. Bob Cope ran Ihc ball across from the two-yard line lo give Forrest City it's first touchdown in the second period. A pass from Cope to Steward early in the third quarter gore the visitors their second touchdown. Durham plunged across for the second Jonesboro touchdown early In the final quarter. Joncsboro's final touchdown came on a long pass from Daughcrty to Bnrringer. Clarksville Draws Arkansas Football College. Henderson 7, Teachers 0. •"' Tech 20, Ilendrlx 2. High School Little Rock 25, Memphis Central 0. Ulylhcvllle 71, Little Rock Catholic High 0. Pimm Bluff 21, El Drrado 0. Scnrey 32. Morrllton 0. Paycltevillc 7, Bentonvillr 0. Beebc 20. Augusta 0. Coming 33, Pocahontas 0. Clarendon 13. West Helena 0. Monticello 0, Lake Village G (tie). Hot Springs fl, Clarksville ii (tie). DC Queen 22, Amity C. Hope 18. Cninrtcn 6. Joncsboro 18, Forrest Clly 12. Marianna 13, Wynne 0. PrescoU, 25, Smack: ver 18. Wnluitl Ridge 25, Newport 0. Paragould 19. BatesvHle 7. Texarkana 33, Nashville 7, With Hot Springs ;-,?« HOT SPRINGS, Oct. 28.—Coach Bill Matheuey's Clarksville High School Pun liters and "Rod" Swim's let Springs Trojans baltlcd to,n PINE BLUFF, Oct. 28. - Pine Bluff's Zebras, playing against one of the toughest tennis in Arkansas in a sen of mild, won tlieir sixth cuisecutive victors' of the season by defeating El Dorado Wildcats 21 to 0 here last night. The Zebras tallied three touchdowns, an extra point and a safely. El Dorado's highly touted passing combination of Blackwell and White failed to show much largely because of the slippery condition cf the ball and the field. However, six passes were made good for one by rushing); Warrlnglon (2 (Place kicks). Officials: Maricn Hale (MtHsaps), referee; Red Cavette (CBC). umpire; Lowell Manning (Arkansas College), head linesman;. Herschell Bobo (Miss A. & M.) field judge. GAME STATISTICS Bly. C.H. First downs ..,...;.... 12 6 Gained by rushing ....495 3t ; Lost by rushing ........ 18 41 Passes attempted . : .... 11 39 Passes completed 6 12 Passes intercepted by 3.0 Yards .gained on passes 111 -123 Yds. gained int. passes 21 0 No..'punls- -....,.,.- 3 12 a total of 38li yards. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt laundry and Cleaning Serrht icre tonight. Six of seven '10 jails were Panthers, two No Mishaps i" 100.000 Miles "SEATTLE," Wash. IUPI — when Rev. Cyrus A. Wright was driving down n Seattle street, he saw his speedometer record the lOO.COth mile. He purchased the car in 1924, and since that time has never had an accident. Rev. Wvljhl said e 100,000 miles himself Itch. now from all the blocks I have thrown and taken'. . . I don't want lo be the only nut who graduates ... so I am calling Harmon's number as often as I can, figuring that he'll wind up as whacky as T am." . . , Up until this year, Francis Schmidt. Ohio Stale coach, could have u'on any unpopularity contest, in [his town or in any other mid-western football center . . . But last week at Minneapolis, after his team had licked Min sola, the Ohio State players and fans lifted him to their shoulders and paraded him about . . . Car) Suavely, Cornell coach, endeared himself to this city yesterday when he curtly told the Columbus newspapermen that they wcrc not welcome at liis final workout He didn't- even soften iho order of dismissal by a personal explanation, but sharply sent an undcrlin; tc shoo the reporters from the (old the Columbus newspapermen that (hey wcrc dishonest »nd not to be trusted . . . Word reaches me from n source that I am net at liberty to divulge that Senator Happy Chandler of Kentucky may be the next president of the National Baseball Lengire, replacing Ford Frick whose contract soon completes its course . . . What the National League needs, if you don't mind my say- hi|; so, is a couple of .300 hitters. Is there any connection between Chicago University's freshmen football squad of SO men and President ilutchins' recent appeal to the nluinnl of the school for 515,000.000? . . . Anyway, Chicago has the biggest fresh squad it has known in a decade, and there are at least four (-leveus among- .lie yearlings that can, according to Jay nenviinger, whip the Ma- :'0cn varsity right now . . . There is a tremendous slew in the big :en this year concerning the offlci- ifing at football games . . . Tt probably won't be calmed down, cither, because Major John L. Griffith, big ten commissioner, Is in Tor a long siege of hcspllallza- !lon, and there wll be no changes in officials until lie is up nnd completed a study . . . From what I can gather the principal squawks are coming from the men who have won so much they have for- All-American before he quits . , . He is n wide runner and hasn't .vet ntted Into Northwestern's Iit- side offense But he will . And as for today's game, Cornell will make a fight of it for the first hair and then lose by a couple of touchdowns 1C the Held Is dry they'll lose by more than a couple. gotten how to lose Bernie 'Howya, The rest of the comi- may think he is n bust, but out here they tell you that BUI Decorrevant, Northwestern'^ sophomore halfback, is still going to be Al Last Aiiodier Kli POPLAU BLUFF, Mo. (UP)^-H •wa.s six years before anycnc In this I town named a baby Eli although Eli Sligcr, Eli Martin. Eli Campbell and Eli Osbarn offered $1 each to the child whose parents took that name for their child. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Afaram now demand that the Ells hand over the $4. Soy Beans We Are fitiym For All Varieties of Soybeans. See' or 1'houc Us for Highest Daily Offer. Blytheville Soybean Corp. So. R.R. SI. Phone 555 WRESTLING Joe Feroni vs. George Bennett vs. Carlos Rodriquez AMERICAN LEGION ARENA, MONDAY S P.M. A WORLD OF fumbles by the recovered by the' fumbles come on I he five- nnd three-yard Panther 1 aie. and one on a kick caught and dropped on the Panther 12. ' lioy, 12, Hags 4-i'oint liuck j COIjVILLB. Wash,' (UP)—Twelve- I year-old David Kolilsteadt won! the envy cf many veteran nimrod' »hen lie bagged a four-point buck deer. ' ' Read Courier News want afls. For Sale! Business known as tltr- Old Hickory Inn, nrtoss from )U^h Seltcol. Wilt consider long-term tcusc to right party. Srii E. H. Oealte OLD HICKORY INN SAVE On Gasoline At Joyner Oil Co. TANK CAR TO YOUR CAR Itctular .72 OcUyn GAS" Tax U. S. HIGHWAY 61 NORTH—AT RET) TOP Here's a suggestion that may seem novel to you: Start reading the advertisements with the intention of enjoying yourself. For in the advertising pages of this newspaper you'll discover interesting facts . . . news about important new products ... an in.- finite amount of human interest. Begin today. 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