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r ~*,PAGE 'Sri? BLYTOEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER MEW8- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1936 Slytheville Swamps Searcy, 50-7, Winning No. 27> t' °. , , —• ' +—'— " —•—v"~~ — * — ~— —*—•—~—^ ———_—,— —„— — —,—___ ^ ^^j Beslinrse and the latter lugged llio l>al| U> Scarcy's 28-yard line be-1 fore lie. was stopped. . Hukhliv; picked up 10 yards on on oft tactile '.slash. Captain ."Bull" : Williams of Searcy v.nv hurt on tlio play and *ns removed from lh« game. Motley made l»o at right cud. Hut chins annexed three at leek Uekle Moslcy made Uo irtorc and Hill- [< f '<•(,, Routs Rllllfino'; chins matched It with t«o Tnon , s< ' . l "UlIQOgS, zling . " . Hulchliis was slopped without'«ahv 1 i r o Ho got five on his next try but Mas- ArkansaS Pans Dee lej failed to gain Then Hutchliu n cracked across for tha touchdown, Lt "'-~ about foui jards IIutA'ilns faked kick and Moslt ; for Hie exlra Moslcy's 95-yard return of n punt in Performance f Before the'largest crowd to ever witness a football game at Searcy, about 3,000 person", comi»scd prln- accounted for the second touchdown. Then the Chick Irlple-thrijat- paved Ihe the tilltd towns UietBIjtheville high school Chlcka&aws, outstanding claimants at this time for the mythical stnte ' championship, overwhelmed the ..pearcy Lions, 60 lo 7. While not one of the front rank teams 'of the central and western part of the slate Searcy was generally considered art} thing but a set-up, having been beaten only by North UtOe Rock, 6-0, and them i wre many who would nol have been tremendously surprised If the JJoiis had managed to hall the Chicks', winning streak—now extended to 27 consecutive games . Anticipation of a fairly closely contested game changed more or less to amazement<as lhe Chlckasnvvs turned on the heat tn a second quarter splurge that earnercd 25 1 points after marching down the fleld on 'a sustained drive for n touchdown in the opening period Fine Performance In all-round performance the i Chicks probably turned In their Their best game of the season ' vt ruhning plays clicked, their worked fairly cffeclively and their „ blocking- and tackling had the spsc- •-^ Ulors gasping on several occasions It r fcas undoubtedly the Chicks' night and without Question gained -^ for Carnej laslle's team a nevi •f s found resect on the ]xiri o[ c n n^ '^tral Arkansas fans '-^ f ~ Blvthevllle folloved up Us 3 ( point first h&lf by pushing acrosb three fouchdonns to run Its total i < to 50 points before the third qimr- s j ier ended The Chleks did not score in the fourth quarter \\hicl ^fouhd the Lions gettfn their second »md against the Maroon and Whllf , ; » reserves and crossing ',the ChlcV 1 goal line on the only opportunity f t^iey had Chick reserves playerl nl 'least half the game including part of the second quarter, a large por- tlorybftthft third and all of the fovrth period «lth not mure Uian one or tuo men playm» tre cntl*'< 1 t game' 'r , ( ' •THO spirklln" tor-/ touchdown i runs by Ruisdl Moslej provided tlw '' ^ highlights of, the game His first ^ cmnja 'as (lie jjeonrt quarter opehcd a'95-yard return ot,n puni ..( ,r> an electrifying gallo,)- 1 Mosle\ took , Wood's punt on his bin 5-yard linn ' r^a^te* tcant feet Inside' tW cast ,s Jeluje. ' Hummed In so he^i nat, advance up' ths nearest \ 'Jine, Moslej quickly "turned abiul < heel, and struck out for the f side' of; ihe field He outrun i j t L-.oas hear2st him an! hi- Int" ferenct, began to runctlon as he reached the' far side of the field H^raced up (he ^est slde'lni* and as he neared fhe 50 jard line n convoy^of four Maroon and Whii" » grtdders strung in behind him and 'rom Searcy's 45 to Searcy's 5 yard line Hiitchlns sllprcd off tackle on a rcvcrae for UK 'counter.' Woods fumbled when hit by Roberts on an attempted end run and Meredith recovered for Blyllicvllle oi\ Scarcy's 25 ynrd lino to give Ihc Chicks their next woilng op|»i- tunlty. They took It. Moslcy failed to gain and Evans threw Roberts for n two yard loss on an at- 1 .einplcd end-around' play. But , Moslcy followed with ah 18-yard 1 >oss to Roberts and he was pulled down on Searcj's rive jaid I)ti6 Hutchins deposited the pigskin over .he goal lino on the next play Chicks; Drive Hard Blythevlllc's nc\t touchdown diivc was generated from Its own 39 yard line alter laklng a Scnicy punt there. : Hutchins reeled off 16 yards but the play v,as called back and Bl)fho\!lle penalized 15 jnrdi Mosley rushed it back, advancing Ihe ball past mldfleld to Scarcy's 45 yard line He lost Uo yards on the next play Then Hutchins drove through for 17 yank to the Searcy 30 jnui line Hulchlns roared along with 15 on the next play to Searcy's 15 yard line Hutchins was lelleved by Brown nt fullback for Bl>ttiovlltc Drown stepped flve jards around left end Hope Upset o r\ X ByDe Queen ScoreJ.2 to 7 HOPE, Ark., Nov/ '14. — Slate If Tigers Defeat /ebras They'd Like To Bailie Chicks It was rijmorcd here today that' the Little Rock high school Tigers would extend an-.Invitation to the m UIL mug*--* "HM.U1 01 me sen- ln nn important .gn.mo tonight. Little Rock has been lied but Cl'diOn WILSON, Ark.—Die KelKcr Yd- son. Uc Queen won, 12 to 7. "rwJntVcts Invaded Wilson yrsler- The defeat left Bobcat follow- hoists one of the dn> nfteinoon nnd defeated the ers demoralized and caused some i n ,| le sl(llo alK ]""u ''onus IMIIII by llic score of 30,to of Hie most* nrdent supporters to 13. Tlie Riimo was marked by Ihe shed Icars, II was iirlllinnt running attack of Plckett for the home folks, and Chltwocd for.Kclsur nnd Ihc The .Uc,Queen >.erlal tjame ol the Witson Dull- 'sweeping ;. end ' ruiis loijs i passes scored In the Wilson.scored early, nnd at. Ihe lel ' lhe I*op»nl''re end of lhe (list quailci of lhe 'oui-juro 'imi (.omit was 0 to nothing In favoi Auill<! >'i ( l uai lally lie- hnn^i. 11 ••"•«' liy n considerable number of heartbreaking rooa)!l]1 cr i lles ^ be ll)0 most jm _ town, using'JZ" 1 """i" '" lhe » u V llhU : Sna • ' Blown crashed through for 10 yards of the Bulldogs Kelser can led the ovel bnll ovoi twice liijlhc second pci- lod Nclthci limit sioicd in tlie Ihlici Lilt in n scaling .spree hi the lust, Kelser ian up eighteen prints nnd Wilson seven. Wilson meets . Shawnee next- week-end, while tills was the 1 lust, game of lire sensou .for Kelser nnrched lo the ltllte tt m, Nortn mu? Rock , £ [he wll ?' e y Tie 0 " were to meet Blythevlllc carried uy im! r <, n ctlon of Blythcvllle officials lo such a proposal was not known Atkins Falls From Ranks 01 Undefeated Elevens CLAIiKSVILIjE. Alk Nov 14 — Clnrk.Hvllle high school's Panthers blnslctl the Atkins "Red Devils from among the state's unbeaten teams here tonight. The score was 32 to 7 Atkins held the upper hand In .the opening period but after that Iho gnnse was nil Clarksvllle's. Osceola Beats Shawnee ': Friday, Score 20 to 7 •OSOEOLA, Ark.', Nov. 14.—The bn/1 n. « . i ,Y;" ---••;— Caceola Scmlnoles ; defeated their And the nnal touchdown ol the old first half, He kicked lhe etfra 0 ( point from placement In the thlid qunrtci De Queen I ovci Its second touchdown ' | win, the defe* of Hope by DC Then Hope scored in the fourHi Quc . cn ,„ fl big ' upset' 1^ nig™ 301 the propo-cd J Hope-Blylhevlll<: Thanksgiving Day "title" game at Hot Springs vanished. ,'Blytheville! at present Is tlie only major.uudc- feated and untied team Inline state but the Chicks still have a formid nble-ronest City eleven (o meet next, Friday night here. ilfled i yard pass to Ramsey. El Dorado Overwhelms ; Hot Springs, 44 to 0 EL DORADO, NOV 14. — El Dorado swamiwd the Hot Springs Trojans, 44 to o< here last night bcfoie a crowd of 3,000 i The Wlldc.its showed lerrinc power and drive In running over the crippled Trojans, Football Results ilvnls lhe Shawuee Indians here yesterday afternoon, 20 lo 7. The Chicks took mhmilage of The Semlnolcs scored Hist nnd a Ssarc) mlsciie to set the s(a'<e i«| all the w r for their nrst touchdown of the second half Buiton hart kicked oir over the Scaroy goi'l line (onp o[ C'ollfic Hendrlx 0, Bacone. Indians 0. Arkansas Stale 13, Magiiolla A. & M 6 U S. U. Norlhcast Center: 20, Henderson 0. Arkansas Ficshmen C, Tnls.i Freshmen 0. High School North Little Uock 32, Newport G. School for Deaf 21, Augiibtn 0 De Queen 12, Hoiie 7 t , Cixmden 34, Fordyce 0. El Dorado 44 Hot Spilngs 0 RuEsellvllle 58, Beebe 0. Walnut Ridge 3i, Maiked Tree Camden In Easy Victory Over Fordyce, 34 to C L OAMDEN, Nov 14 — Camden high .school oveiwhelmed Fordyce here, tonight, 34 lo 0. Buddy Stern, n block back, starred In the. role of a ball'carrier ns (lie Panthers 'went to lown. To [fold Harness Racing Sunday at Local Fairgrounds Cosmetology Becomes | New Univerity Course ELECTRIC & ACKTYI.KNK WELDING At lenst three races will be staged In a Sunday harness matinee at the fairgrounds tomorrow afternoon, beginning fll 2 o'clock. Two'-lrottjng races and one pacing race wjll likely, compose the card although details a.s to slaii- cis were not available today. Jimmy .Strathinorc, the veteran pacer, Is to have new opposition, It- Isi understood. Verne Youngblood, who .has a. iinbor: of horses nt the fairgrounds stables, had relunicd.'from the,':.Ii)dlan/>pol!s .• horse ; show wherelie added live more hqrecs to. his stihiR, lirlnging the "number of-head now at the fairgrounds stales' to 27. BERKELEY, Gill." I UP)-Cosine- AT BEST PRICES j.tology: is lhe latest contribution to ! PROMP1V SERVICE culture of the Unlvei'slty of C.Ui- n I 1 1 USE . f\ "C , , , iBarksdaleMfg. Co Die COINSPS are.given by a Doc-! . • . tor of BeauUnciUion from text-' ' — books approved by the California State Board of Cosmetology. One reason for adding this course to Ihc university's 'curriculum is the .fact that cosmetology Is tlia fast- ,,„„,*•„„ , est (.rowing piofession !h ihe slat?.! SERVICB CENTKR Pliones 777 - 810: Wrerker Service Gas OI'KN. AM, JS'KiMT ! Rflfld courier News \'/:inl A'l Australia Bread Basket SYDNEY (UP)—Australia''is rap- Idly gaining importance as a sup- pliei 'of Britain s biead. latest statistics sliow'tlth't Australia this season has ah exportable surplus almost half as large as that •'. of Canada, the largest exporter ,• of wheat. DR. SAL1BA Fye. T.a, Nose 4 Throat GLASSES FITTED '• Room 210 Ingram Bldg Res. Phone;«» Oftiee 418 Ramsej Oldham and Butler nc- counted downs foi the Seminole touch- he romued .unmolested thi> Itoibert, Uiown, Can'ell, the fo\v gocd kickotTs of the nl^hl) . nnd Siarcy was given possession „ , , of the bill on IL? 2Q yard line T«n E" 1 " 1 * PD Hutclilnt Jasses fnlled and the Lions elected 'Siib-stltullons - (Blythr>\il1e) — to trj another on third down It Illlllcl1 , Dmlliolomev, Justice, Har- also tailed On fourih down Wo->1s rlson J Smith - • ' fumbled a lov pi,* from center n Crl >lB. Scott ttlil'c bick'lo kick Fie lecoyereJ- L "'U | V° n . HnlL^ >j —' tlw ball v,»nt ovqr t-i Blvth', W\ R n nrci's '3 viY'l h.n B'sharse lomped across the goil I line on the first ph5 from 'selmV^j mnge A pass for iioljil 'fnihd x J Moilcv's 70 vnrd rim provided lln n&t lotichdown ' Th"n Hutehlns'scored the nnnl'i Clilc^tisaw touchdown riflcr Capt \Vilkfr gol tba cblc'o their chjnce by lnterb.ptlng n pis- by Wools intended for Walker (S3arc\ uid> " on Sc-xitv s 40 jird ]'ne m SUP I toward the Scnrcy goal line, sVnV- lns oft a couple of Uu.klcrs befois Weeds Jumped on his back on about' the 15 jard line Walk'or carried Woods with |i| ra \r, tlla Scnrcj six jard line before falling" A fumbl • cost the chicks threo janis but they recovered Hutchins Nashville 68. Horatio 0 1 Fort Smlth 33 ' Fayettevllle 7 | Paragould 25, Hnirlsburg C. . _ .Eaigland 12, Lonoke 6. Ifclciia 7, Wynne 6 Jcnesbmo 66, Balesvllle 0. Foncst City ,6, Stuttgart 0 CJnrksvllle 32, Atkins 7. In' Chlnrij roses are i lui food, as foi -used • Stolen Chimes Found in Missouri Church SPRINGFIELD, Mo—The pow- chlmcs which the fashionable South.' Avenue Christian . church ;o .proudly Inlllalcd " two weeks ago,."were stolen from a Method- st Episcopal chmch in Joplln, it vns ;ieveuled loilaj Ray W Smith, 41-jear old Jop- iii ylano and organ tunei who 111- •talletl the chimes In the Byen> Avenue Mettiodlst churcli at Jop- llu seven years nyo, • was arrested "or Investigation nnd confessed the. ,l.'_ft accortitnc lo n^ief ot U^- ulivcs R. N. Womiick. Every Mori & Thurs. on Plate Lunch Hot Blscaits Kvery Night DICK'S CAFE Across the Street From Kresi' Rttctrr You Buy Any OU I hoard . gen Ihe l n r Slnnlr (^fl lOlher. Sixes 10 Iti H P HUftlUitn TIUK & IIA'ITEKY CO We have two carloads of (hose NEW ALL-CROP HARVESTERS Made' by -Allis-Clinlmcrs The most practical thrasher nn the mavkel— : I'roved l)y actual use in the tiek!! SOME OP ITS ADVANTAGES— Snfs ihe beans tint are Equhintrt wild 5 fool culler ulunteA iwith corn. Itas proved practic.il in llirachin^ beans in corn. bar Will thrash cither broadcast or- drilled crops, beans, ! oats, wbeat, clover, lesprileza.ete. 1 WK WILL IHIY YOUR SOYHE \NS PAUL BY RUM 118 East Main St. Phone 252 . M. Burns' Offic^i Moved To - Ssarcy. goal line It was th; scti ing spark that touched off'a Chick drive ' for three more touchdowns before the quarter ended In thf third quarter Mosle> ^trucX around Ills' i-ignt. ecu syvept past the scrimmage line behind nsat backing and was awnj for a 'i. yard touchdown jaunt i ' . " S»rcy Scorn Late Searcy capitalized ati lls only scoring opportunity of an> consa- guence In the fourth period A 15- jard 'penalty, one of several assessed against them during the game, and a fumble worked to set. the Chicks back deep in lb»lr own ler- rilory Brown punted o'H p-wrlv f ^ the Cnlck 42->ard line, the ball going out of bounds before getting much distance A five-yard penalty sho\ed Bljlhevllle back Then Evans, the' big Searcy fullback, »ho had little success against the varsity line, opened up and gained about 8 yards on three plajs gel- ting a first down on the way A pass failed but Evans stepped back and hurled another lo Walker, led end, for 14 yards and he was down, ed on the BljthevlUe 18 yard lln» ^ Evans then smashed the center of the Blytheville line for 16 j-ards He went^over on the next play from In? two jard line The big full- bark then proceeded to buck th<> Sme L for the extra point 'But It «as the last and onlj Ihrtat by the Lions The final gun found the Chicks on the offensive again with Besharse reeling on & ,'lpng nm v from th6 Bljtheyllle 32 J»rd line to the Searcy 12 yard line > as the game ended, after Scott had Intercept*) a^lonj pass by Evans on Blytheriile's 25 yard line. ,, BIythevllle's flrst touchdown was sewed on * sustained inarch scar- cy kicked off and Besharse took the ball on his 20-yard line and r«n *• It fcack to.the'*0 yard line Hut,'« nl ™ romped through the line for six-.yards but It was called back , and eearcy peaaliKd five yards ' Hutchic* picked up t»o yards, add- «<^ti» more and Besharse reeled *- Off tear MosJey Uien galloped 12 „ Jtrtk'hit the phiT was called >>ack .! and BtytheviUe pehalUed five yards ' hr v «a»>d«.. Blytheville'drew an- otbtr'fiw yard penalty for offside. yards to picked up me nnd then went over Pot HB nobert.'i Curlon Crnlg' Walkei Moody Wise WnrrlniitoiV i Meredith Mo"i!iiv 11 Bcsliarse Glencoe Hotel liuildinj,', South Second Street Where \ve aic belter piepuied to icntlei seivice to our friends and customeis.in mattets Ot Real Estate, both Faim Laud and Guy PioperLv, of winch we have a veiv liuge list aijrt well located properties Have f.urn lauds m Noitheast Aikaus.is and Southeast Missour.1 at atti active pnccs and teims Have RKUIV home.s in city, at puces langitig fioui §1350 to 55,000 This is htill a buvuis maiket, puces aie on the ti])- 1 , giade. Whatevei voni needs are in Farm Land 01 City Piopeitv, Business or Residence, we have it Oftice 113 South Second St Olencoe Hotel Bldg . M. Burns, Agency Itusihcss Phone 2-1,'i- Residence I'hnne 212 h , " I Z? 1 i3f?4 t y Pf**<l CRESCENT NIGHT CLUB ,Toniglil-^aturday and Sunday Night Presenting FRANK "WENNER" HARMON And His Sensational 9-Piece Swing Fa nd Formerly at Knickerbocker Hotel, Chicago '. Dancing from 8:30 to 1:30 and from 8:30 to 3.00 on Saturday Night COVER CHARGE 40c PER PERSON HUBERT UTLEY, Proprietor THE DISPLAY TWO ENGINE SIZES-ONE WKEELBASE AND I NEW LOW PRICE The Quality Car in the Low Price Field SHOWROOM OPEN TONIGHT and SUNDAY PHILLIPS MOTOR CO.