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PAGE 81* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS l^ll "' jl - »lV TV IT" *^ ' •' '•••• ' mW'—'' :: ' ' ~ —-<r^-^— —1~ " SATURDAY, N'OVEaiBERj.j986 Blytheville Rolls Over Newport, Score 58 to 6 t"S.I™ '"""a T.,,,1. Pi t .kin rMe ^—=~. • HTiiS-ofM^U^nliSSlfSt flfmi P T n • i n ii T. • - ~J Wtf'a TT^iS" - m\ \ •^•m "J i n nn \\iMr Uu WS REEISTER StyiGHT Greyhounds Surprise by Scoring Touchdown But Do Liltle Else The Blytheville Chlckosaws cx- jKTlenced little difficulty hi shoving the Newport Greyhounds out of their way last night as they annexed their 26th straight triumph, 58, to 0,-and moved on toward .another claim to a stale championship, certain to be nothing more than a controversial but futile affair due lo the act of the Arkansas Athletic association in tossing a proposed play-off plan out of. the, window. I With..Searcy and Forrest City still betweeii them and an undefeated record within the state land out too, unless they me beaten Thanksgiving Day by an eleven yet to be chosen) the Chicks have IhMr work cut out for them Newport simply had very little opposition to offer against tlic Ciiickasa"w Juggernaut last night but the visitors did roll up nine first downs, registered mostly .against a llrie-up well riddled with substitutions, and pointed to a possible vulnerable point In the Chicks defensive armor by completing 11 passes Try Many Passes The visitors tried 29 heaves with R., Turner doing, the throwing. Three of the passes were intercepted, a number were knocked donn nnd others failed simply because the Newport receivers were Unable to hold the ball. The Chicks on the other hand attempted only Uo forward passes, Harry Graysp Lateral passing makes splnc-jarrlng, teeth-rattling tackling more important than ever Hera Is stirring ftcldm > r « c " 0 " l <"«"' o» ^'idely separated football fronts. Upper r >it, Don Goyar.' of 'NorthwosteYn ls sl °PI>«' ">' "our Minnesota men. Upper right, Al Jones of Wiishliiglon State sitpdown oh the" ioh "in ImHUiB Unve Anderson of California. ixnv All the St. Loiils Cardinals de- minded from Brooklyn for Dlsay * Dean was Van Llngle Mtmgo 'and 4150,000,. . ..which is as good a lip as any that the one-time col- ton picker will continue lo Jaw will) Messrs, Breadon, Rickey, and Pilsch. . . . When Ms t?am beat Ihc City College of New York club of bis friend, Benny Friedman, someone suggested that tlie Manhattan coach be called ''Close the Gates of Mercy Meehan." That would be all right with me," asserted chick, "as long as they don't tack 'Sell m Id t' on the end of it." . . , The reason given for Dirtmoiilh's aerial game being far behind Us running game Is that j Hcd HollliiBswortl) throws a heavy bullet toss which receivers find dif| ficult to handle. t . . stevc Owen of I lie Ne« r York professional Giants bays that Bronco Nagursk! of the Chicago Bears Is the only ball I carrier he ever saw who runs his . own interference. . . . jimmy Coii- , 4cbnnn, coach of Wishlngtdn _JJnl verslty of St. Louis nominates his I Dtt'ifl HiifelL as an AHiAmerica ' end. . . . Jack Foil rnlerjf former ; major league first baseman Is back 1 in si. Louis after spending several years In California The Frenchman would like to return to baseball as a coach or spoilt v Now All the Rajah Needs I.s Some Players Rogers Hor.'isBy «•!!! be retained as manager when,Donald L. Barnes and. associates, of .St., -Louis close their deal for the Browns. The Rajah has been shaking off a vicious cold and, a fever of 103 , Unve Anderson of California. ixnver left, a Columbia tackier Is about to' lake a a touchdown, Mcsley to Warrington, and ha\ing one intercepted. 'The "Chjcks rolled up a total of -*.*. vii^.iu . iwijcu up . u imm OI ' • 24 first downs In scoring their 58 long left end run and scampere point.-;. On the other hand (hey received, 85 yards In penalties, of Ihc game. A llred Newport sec- many of the penalties being 15 yard ondary was no match for Die low- a^essments for holding 01 illegal slung speedster. Meredith plunged use of the hands and clipping. • There was never any Uoubt about the outcome of the game from the* time that the Chick's , first gained possession of .the ball, after kicking off to Newport; nnd marched 74 yards for their first loucMown Tlie Chicks were out m front at the end of the first quarter, ,20 to 0, led 32 to G at the Half,-.and added 26' points In, tlie,!ast half, scoring in every - quarter J , " , Hutching Hl»h-Scorer Hutchlns with four touchdowns and one^extra' point was easily the high -scorer. The Manila flash turned In a fine ball carrying performance, i snowing exceptional driving power. Warrtagton scored two touchdowns, one on a 10 yard pass from Mosley and a sprint of 10 yards over the goal ine in tlie second quarter and the other on an end-around play In the third quarter,-a 37 yaid run Walker, Ecott and Besharse each scored touchdowns while Meredith annexed two extra omts with line Blunges and i Mosley one on an end Probably the biggest surprise of the game occurred late in the second 'quarter when Newport scored Its touchdown Reserves predominated the Blytheville line-up and R Turner, Newpoit's triple threat back, capitalized smartly on the mistake of a green Chick safety man to get his team the break that paved the way Indirectly for Uie score, though there was chance a plenty: to halt it later. Long Kick Dots Woricf ' Turner caught Blshop,'!i'Chick safety, playing close in and pumped a. long punt over Bishop's head kicking on first down from his own 35 yard line. The ball rolled to the chick two sard line before Bishop reached it Just ahead or a Newport end. With the Chicks' regular kick- Blytheville Roberts Wise Craig Walker Mood) Bilrton YVarrihgton Meredith Mosley Beslmrsc Hutchtns game Meredith Blytheville's 34 era out, of the punted out, to yard line..: Newport with a rush .via the aeVlal route R. Turner passed to right end,' for'five ya: and fol- ford (huts the going rough as en a ride.by foiir.U. C. L. A. tacklers. yards for the final scampered I T.,;,,| rp I /-'I touchdown IUSI] AilKC VjlKU'^C rwport sec- , /-\i i T\T , IV «• the low- <H Ulcl l\otr<; IJiinif . for the extra point. ' 'llnc-ups: Pos. LE LT LG a no HT 'RE QB HB HR Newport Jones Hiunphrcvb v. Hardln McDonald Williams Sisson P. Turner Lewis Abcrnalhy Orissell It Turner Substitutions—(Blvthcville)—Bar- tholomew Bunch J Smith, Har lison Justice,, Scott Bishop Hurb- In Godwin F Cnlg (Newport) Hare, f Mliik, Garrlch Young. f Referee—Mcrrlvv ethci (Hemlrlx) umplie ' Ellis (Aik stale) head' llnesmin Thornton (Aik state). Statistics o{ Game BY J. ]'. FRIENU Newport B'ville FIrat downs a Yards by rushing 53 Lest by rushing 14 Passes attempted 29 Passes completed It Vairts from passes 122 Passes intercepted 1 Punts, yds. 314 Average of pimls, yds. 35 Ret'd f.unts, yds. : Kickoffs. yds. Average of kickoffs Rct'd kickoffs, yds. Penalties, yds. Fumbles Fumtles Newport R. Turner Lewis Abcrnathy Orlssell recovered Yards Gained •17 0 0 G Blytheville Yards 19 408 45 122 20 4 4 Yards Lost 9 5 0 0 Yards 21 491 5 2 1 34 3 H5 3G 58 90 10.8 M 85 1 1 Kevin (Bunny) McCormlek. The Irish again took charge at ! Noire Diifric following Ihc Pltts- Avcragc burgh debacle, and marched 71) I 1 •» , vnrfl^ In n tm.r-lirlrt,t-,i n..A ..i_ ' Four Trotters Meet In One Event, Two Pacers in Opening Race Two pacers, inect In' one race and four ;;tyotters _ lh : -the other event on A two-race harness program at the fairgrounds Sunday afternoon, starting at 1 2, o'clock., ( - ' "lit! H luld t\ in'Mhe ;rits* :.'.-'. .'• . ''"'I' Jimmy Strathinbre ; and Vloli AxtEen, pacers, 'nieet event. . v * In tlie second "Suzanne ' Orr/.' Miss Rosemary, Dawniof ,Day and Wynlcaf, trqttere, will race.- ;: C.' G. Smith has receiitiy. pvir- chascd two trotters nnd 'two pacers, young horses', for his- string, probably . be • ready 'to parlicipate in.raccs^a week-frdni Sunday. . , , ..•: . Rejuvenated Zebras Win ^ Over .North Little; Rock PINE BLUFF, Ark., Nov. .7.—The! rejuvenated Pine Bluff Zebras won? over the North.Little Rock Wildcats. 20 to 0, here last night. by the way , , joe Millies, who . ... , has been; in the Cardinals' organization for a decade as scout, minor league pilot, and office executive. is slated to succeed William o DeWitt a? assistant to vice President Branch'Rickey when DeWitt becomes -'general -manager of the Browns. Asked how to stop deep reverses, • Lou' Liltle of Columbia replied: "Tackle 'the man with the ball." . . . Monday' morning quarterbacks who -have been after the scalp of Coach. Cecil Muollerlcile , pulled Jri their oars when St. Louis- University' toppled Wichita, 25-7. ... Wichita topped Texas Tech,. 6,-0, and Texas Tech repelled Texas Christian. 7-0. . . . Army's new mascot" mule is from Equador, Ihe gift of Captain Colon Alfaro. Equadorlan Minister at Washington ants of tlie' world Both claim featherweight championship »)ll appear in non- title bouts on the same card in bt Ixmis, :Nov 17 Petey 1 Sarroh . '—.. •• i *.ktj 00.1 iun U to,engage EvcreUc.Ri'ghtmirc of Sioux Citv Henry Arms iron" ,lhe St. Louis Negro who in a Jx)= Angeles encounter relieved Mike Belloisc of whatever claim lie had to the.crown squares off with Jo«y Alcanter of Kansas City '- '.' '" ? • v Old Johnny Risko. Bounces Back to Box Louis ' Mike Jacobs" plans to take Jor 'Loiils to London' next May for a flffht during .thc.Vcptoiiatton ceremonies. . ....Meanwhile, the Browi Bom,ber is'to appear against an unnamed .adversary in New Orle'an.' on Nov: : 20, agairis,t old Johnny Rts |ko in Cleveland on Dec. 7, and will r ..~ ... w.k,viui,u .vii IA:U.- /, anci will bowl over' Ray' Impellitierc :in Los •Angeles on Washington's'Birthday California ijotbal'l boosters —st look lo their laiirels '.-- • Bromile Lencli of the Lexln-rt'or: .Leader knocked . Tne who make ball carriers look great on t) times those unsung lads of the middle of the lin exception to tins are these three huskies University of Arkansas liazorback the three perhaps is B A Cuen nil gi. football tenm. of Pine Bluff, gridiron nre oft tlie guards. NO „ university this jeir from Russellville Tec) nrdsmcii -oti Best \no\\r transfer .'4o the of .the for he is tlie* 1 goal- Kicking artist of the Ra«ubacU He st-xnds B feel ,„ ,i and weighs 200 pounds No kin to B A i, VV B ol of AT = , . jmuor iu ,thc university, who weighs 185 « W*A 5 feet 10 inches tall Dr w Martm ,, 0 J '»' * Bobbie Mar,n A.kansns halfback ,s from Ivforrls, OXh s Tfe M inches ta, and we.ghs 180 pounds The guddeis "ptaj foot ban because ihcj enj o 5 ,t-of ? cer,,,nt 5 theirs is not ,he 1 of tli^ htadline makers' l NEW END MAN/[Sand*i4m's Gridders Beat Thornton's Eleven ARMOREU Ark Nuv. L-Thr Liixora Panthers defeated the Armorel Reddies here je^crday i- to G Armorel scored first with Siiiolli- orman crossing the goal line on "a mil of about 35 yards. ! Ocorge scored Luxova's first touchdown and Scott the second, both after sustained drives doivn- field. Outp'ayc'l f;ir Time tcrs. jonosboro Comes Back to Trium h, 19-7 FORRKS,T CITY. Nov. V.-Onl- li 'Ml i d outn'iynrl for. three null (lit Jcnraburo Golden 7 > ' ir fm drill) came to life uishlng ovt-r ihren touchdowns lii i < in l"s to defeat the favored 0 KV-t rilv MUiUiiRs. 19-7. here ' b foie 1.000 bewildered Tlo Jim Inn's took a 7-0 lend hotllv attci the start of the sec- M'J «r I-1 y^en Jack Meln rifled i beiiitiftil •» iflu i pa.,, lo Vrmc( , for i touchdown and' converted il'i i perfect Placement. Tim iiojg thai advantage and seemed headed foi victory hy tliat 'core until,the \u«itors struck with) iddeii accunej Fat': 1'hnris if-If Hied the fhpworts by taking Met/s mint -ind gallouliig 40 yurds r or n score. Bollon dropped n pare fn 1 the evtra point and Forrest Citv led. T-G. %$'£>•' Tallin!- (hejrjjpckoff Coach Irv- tne-'s., charges£4arted a march di-wn the fieifebut were slonpcd when Plintis^m>k a loiiehddwn I'HM out of 'Parker's arms and brought it back to midficld. Pharis droi)i)ed back ami passed 20 yards to Bolton. Five line plays, mixed ivllh n coutJte of short passes enabled Dallas Sharpe. 2D4 fullback to crash over for a score. He ngod for the extra point In wild desperation Metz began filling Ihe air with aerial bombs until Sharpe grabbed another and the Hurricane was off again. is passed to Bolton over the goal line for tne final marker. NOTICE letters Testamentary on the Estate of lj. G. Moss, Deceased wcic punted to the undersigned ?""'? 25t!l *«y of September. 193f bj the Probate Court of Clnckasawba District of Mlssis- sipm County. Arkansas. : All persons having claims n»nin,t said . estate are required o exhibit them properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned ns Executrix of said estate before the end of one year from the date of (), e granting of > tlie letters of administration upon i sn d cstite. nnd if such c!aiffi» 1)0 not, so presented .they will 5eV forever barred. ' ' ' Ella Lclghton Moss. _ Executrix. Reid fc Evrard, Attys. IO-I7-24-3I-7-14 riKTIUC ,t- ACETVLEXE Football Results College Cunchita 31, Mississippi College High Schools Bluff 20, North Little Catholic High 19, . __ ,„ _ r .. --- ..,„, ... c >... , , — ^--,,^, niiv«,n.LU • IT Tlie zebras scored In the first 'seals at the New quarter, were held oh even terms in tire second a'nd then pushed over two touchdown's In 'the third [jiitir- tor. Pine Bluff reserves played the filial quarter. .Belligerent Burleigh Grimes former National Lcaeue spitL>;ill' pitcher, goes back to Brooklyn had.best look to thcTr'laJirel's^^': j .Boys. Grimes, shown obnvTfn » rather cocksure pose, replaces Casey Slcn?ol. who was released ni the end of the 1D3G season. The picture was taken out of their York write: 3.3 .00 .00 2.00 yards to ,..~ .i%-n iui iv v. i ui;i-> luncheon with his description of Bob Davis, Kentucky back. "Davis broke loose aialnst a 'team using a 0-3-2 defense," related ;i Leach. . . . « He g ot past , !l(1 i first line backer-uppers at the 30- COMMISSIONEU'S SALE l>' nr <l Hue and then as he drew mar NffTlCE Is hereby given that' " le 20-ynrd line the last two backs ••*: wn and vie- the undersigned commissioner in ! wcrc cominit al him like this he lory over Ohio State. Elmer Lay- compliance with the terms of a mln £ hlm in - • den ' field uncovered three new back-'decree rendered by the Chancery, nsfcert ll!m how he floured out what stars In the Buckeye en- Court for the Ghickasawba Dis,-l-!!. e . dM «»tl he said: 'Well, I knew Hii'chlns . - Besharse back Seen _ Walker Turner. Wftrrlllgto Yards Yards | gngement, Ncvin (Bunny) Me- trlct of Mississippi Coimtv Ar-i lr I d't• lo (he right the fellow oii cd in th[ Gained Lost Average Cormlck, shown eating up yard- knnsas, .on the 28th day or'Sep.' tnRt sl * would nail me nnd if 1 defcnt "' 211 5 11,4 age; .Jack McCarthy, and Chnrlcv i lenvbcr. 1936. whprrln .1 HnfTmnit! cut to the left th» nti> or f n ii«.v"o 0. hen 211 131 GO 01 28 5 n 0 0 0 o Hutchlns 11,4 7,3 0.0 15.3 5.6 35.5 4, War- In Si. Louis, where Grimes „-...-, visilog An<|y High, his former teammate on the Dodgers. Walnut Ridge Defeats — Strawberries Paragould Team, 6-0 £,™ ntasc of Pine Reck 0. Little neck McGchcc G. Kussellville 47, Nashville 0. Camdcn 20, Hot Springs 7. ffarrlsburg 7, Wynne 0. Stuttgart 6, Lake Village 0. Texarkana 37, Magnolia 0. Mai-!ni::in 20. Helena 6. Muskogte (Okla.) 7, Port Smith 0 Hope 39, Prescott 0. 13enton 03. U,ii;.vi(e 0. Atkins 37, iVIorrtlton 0. Jonesboro 19, Forrest City 7. Malvcrn 4S, Sheridan 7. Searcy 26. Batesville 7. De Queen 31, Danville 7. WELDING AT REST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 10 Befnrc'Yon Bay Any Outboard - See the NEPTUNE 2 II. P. Single Cyl (Other Sizes to 10 H. P.) HU3BARD TIRE & HATTERY CO. contain a larger water tlian does WALNUT RIDGE, Ark., Nov 7 —The Walnut Ridge Bobcats scor- TKKHY AKSTRACT & REALTY CO. -.Abstracts, Lamis A- Loans E;'iSJ. Terry, Trcs. and Msr. I'hone 017 Blytheville, Ark. red In the r, na i minute. o f play to I d . r - m * » lowed with a 27 yrd heave the . T °" cMo «'" s -- Hulchlns 4, War- same combination, placing the ball p"' 6 ' 0 " 2 ' Scctt ' W<llkor ' B «harse, Camckn Beats Trojans At Hot Springs, 20-7 _-n panthers won over the Hoi Springs Trojans, 20 to 7. here last night.. Camden outplayed not Springs throughout the game. The crippled Trojans hnd trouble keeping a team on the field, several regulars being Injured. trv, The try for point failed Hutchlns scored the first touchdown of the game on about a three yard slant. off tackle. Jtfere- difth plunged for the cxlra. point Besharse unnexed the second on ii 10 yard run from a spinner play Hutchlns galloped 10 jards for the third .tauchdpwn. Mosley passed to Wai-rington . for the fourth and Mosley followed by circling right end for the extra point to end first quarter; scoring. •S<*U Bans « Yards , Walker rammed over for the fifth touchdown with the try c for point falling Turner interrupted counting for.Newport a short time! of lne second ha'if.TTs^j-ard^'- Scnrcy " ons ™ n ovcr the'Baies- before the half ended. ^U turn of the ball, but a penalty nul-' villc ploneCT s here last night, Hulchlns ,opened, the second Iiflcd tte advance by the Rockets ' to 7 n»lf ptnde wtth a 6 yard stash — for a touchdown. Warrlngton got Wilson Bulldnac Win away on,an end-around arrt «ii.- ""I" 11 «u»uugs TTin McGehee Is Beaten By CatholicJIigh, 19 to 6 LITTLE ROCK. Ark. Nov 7- i" 1 ? . c ? thol| c High nockcls eliminated the McGchce Ow! s from u,e ranks of tlic state's unbeaten teams here last night, defeating them 19 to 6, In a rough game. The Rockets spotted the Owls six points in the first quarter but tied .the score In the second period and added 13 o points in the third The most spectacular play O f the Searcy in Decisive Win Over Batesville SEARCY. Ark., Nov. 7.— Tht — ^— secondary for * ivui;ii~- do»n.<Hutchlns kicked goal. Hut. chins cooatad^a touchdown as the on « w *' •»• Over Hulbert, 21 to :' > *"* lo The game Is expected to go a long ways toward determining the unofficial championship in District No. 3, of tlic state association. Buddy Woods, fleet quarterback was the outstanding star of the game, making two of the Searcy team's touchdowns whllo Evans fullback, scc-Trd the other pair; ' cut to (he right the fellow oii „..., „. -'- 1 - *"'"'" the Paragould Bulldog 6 —'re last night. Callahau plunged through the I — ^, , wll , s ^, 1, .« ««. . . . kj w * i\*»«.u Yi' 1 ?,^ ^' le touchdown after the lu., wcrc DefendaiJ.s, will sei|- the ball j;i tlie air. stlfl-arnied both uull(i ogs had prevfou.sly rcpulsod nl public auction to the nlgh-*!"* 1 " 5 at once, caught the ball) v/:v hiut Ridge scoring threats est and best bidder, for cash, *' le " 1' came down and—'" . . ~ on a credit of three months, at Minhsttnn had a swell Idea ol the front door of, the Court wlmt happens on Blue Grass grid- House, between the hours pre-f irtms - ! scribed by law, In the City oti , —^,.... ^..I.L.E, ,,^_, JHH.I- rvitiia.ua, .viii nit; AQlLl age; .Jack McCnrthy, and Charley i lember, 1936, wlicrch O'Reilly, all juniors. McConnlck I and A. HutTman were Plaintiff's' "•••k a pass from McCarthy and No. 6219. and P. Ii-Spratlcn et!°" c thl "B to do. . . . So I tossed swept around .the, Columbus duo's ' .,.....?.. "^ u iiB.iL.cnd for the touchdown on Hie next play. ;] cut to the left, the other follow i woulH „« nie . _ _ _ There was oniv Blytheville, Arkansas, on the 28thv day of November, I93G, the to' lowing real estate, to-wll: Lot Seven (7), Block Thirty- two (32), niylhc Addition to the City of Blytheville. said lot being Fifty" (50) Feet by One Hundred Sixty- flve (165) Feet. foi-j Negro College Elevens Clash a Hope Continues March, Besting Prescott, 30-0 ..HOPE. Ark., Nov. 7.-The Hope I;AY & liiLLiwi^,, inc. Coal - Feed - Kindling PHONK 76 PINE BLUFF, Ark. (SpectaD- Today the State A. M. & N. College Lions wlllplay Texas College at Pine Bluff to celebrate An- mi; vwj> rt-ui. i nt, rmu unni to ceieoraic An- SAID sale will be had lo sails-' nua ' Homecoming Day. The 14-7 fy said decree In tlic sum of l<lcfcRl which Wiley College of 4533.19, with 10 per cent interest-Marshall, Texas, gave the Lione from Jan. 22, 1936. i last week set them back from THE purchaser at said sale'will."r^ place In the Southwest Con' '"•' ' ' .ference, which they.held until the nim bv . d c { calln u lighter "prrs- «>« 'earn. 39 to 0. The Bobcats scored m every Quarter ,md several second string men were used in the last half. "«ad Courier News Want Adx Now Located al 101 North Stconrt ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON FDWARDS, Trojirlclor makes nl Rehiiltt Typewriters. Adding: Machines and ("3 lc« lat ors—Rep ai rin g—Parts—Kit Iw n s be required to execute bond withl f erence, which they.held until t approved security, to secure thej nven 8 e(l i' Wiley crew netted- payment of the purchase money,(' ollcll( 'own on a blocked punt, a and a Hen will be retained uponi wo " ">«' extra 'tAlly to take t said projierty os additional sccur-J sc vcn point lead. a mci tlie .--. , ....• ov.viu-; scvcn Point lead.- J^' for thc TWJ'iiwiU of such pur-f.-Bul Coach '.'Skip" Hazard's . ' ^^^^ I Lions still have ft chance to tie WITNESS my hand and the seal, for the championship title in the of said Court, on this, lhe 1th'Southwest Conference of Negro day of Nov., 1336. I Colleges. ,F»Rs from all ovcr the «• r. SMITH, (state are expected to be on hand , ..ommls,lo))>r In Saturday when" .'the State Coll«e Chancery. . i eleven meets"'the 'fast-charging 7-H-21 Texas "Steers" who'for J.wo years „„„ . r~- I hate held the 'National Read Courier News Want A d.. 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