The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1936 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 21, 1936
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- P4PE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1936 Ghickasaws Tame Mustangs Friday ForVesl City Scores First; Chicks Outplay Visitors " In Three Quarters Sp6tllng the Forrest City Mustangs to a 7-point lead In the first quailcr, (hen diawlng up on ut|)!aycd the locals until the liinrler wlien Dlylhcvllle got the vlnd to its back and settled down .t about the .sftnie lime. Mt^t/ ticked off over the Blythevllle goal inc lo begin .with, preventing ;i unback.and giving the Chicks lhc another try at llic line, 'men Musley stepped back and .shot a pass lo llwiniirsc, halfback, rover (he goal line, the Chick receiver taking lhc bull out of Ihe arms of a Mustang tulfbuck, In n llonal •HUSKIES' HERCULES - - - By Kre.tx even lerms at (he half, 7-7, the i" I, , undefeated Bljthcvtlte high school ^1, Chlckasavvs, leiding claimants of ' C |j" Ihe mythical >itate championship , ,JL added fopr touchdowns and an rl ',, CNtra point In the nnal half to :"' vvln theh 28th conscciitive entnc ,,',„ by a seoio of 32 to 7 here last night A hrge crowd though nppii- cntly not ns big as the eiowds (it Ihe Jonesboro 01 Giecinvood (Miss) girrcs here, vvalchcd thi- catch. Brown kicked the •nil on their 20 yard line. The e-"'" P°f»'. Imvlng relieved Chicks couldn't make a first down lluichlns uller the _ latter made rid Mosley. 'barely getting his IIIL', last touchdown of the third >«IU off in time, booted out QUtii'kT. 'oorly lo the Chick 4D yard line. Makes Sensational Inlcrcciillon The Mustangs couldn't advance 1 The Chicks were marching he lull but MeU took sharp-j dovvnfteld ngnln until Drown. hooter's aim with his punl which linnblod and Knowhon recoverd.11 .vould have gone out on the Chicks lor the Mmlanijs on tnciv Ml .ne-yard .line had not Moslcy ynrd line. Hut Inclr possession oil rabbed it dcsjieroteiy and hinged the bull »•»« short-llveO. Metz'l .Vy •ack (o the 4-sard line before '""B l |:lss "ilown Ihc; mhlcllc" wasi. ,W 'jeing tackled The ChlcVs rfi.i all inlerccplcd by Moslny on thu, :: y,\ over PaikcrS fumble of Mosley'.s MustnnKS 45 yiuxl line. It wns..;'^ pniit out to the'41 yard lino l)ilt one of (lie most brilliant acts • •" ' v hold II and the depend- U'c night. Moslcy, playing safety, Met/ iccovored foi Forrest Ibrcvv up ojic hand lo cneck tne t A 15 said penalty foi clip- '""K licave, far past any polen-' scl Tonest City back nnd receiver. The pass appeared to ;vlllp appealed to be on its be Incomplete lo everyone except when Mosley intercepted n Mosley, the Mustangs:'relaxing a.iu heave on BIylhevllle'L 25 mnmng no effort to. advance on ind rnn It back to the Blythevillc him. But Mcsiey jumped inr JJ.ICA- 0 yard line. | ward iiml managed lo gel his Mike )tn.ik and Bui the Chicks couldn't go for- 'vnrd and then Forrest Oily made powerful ChicUsavv with opposition of team nboui faced eiiunl lircllk nlltl capllnllzcd on it Bcn ' ilc >. '05 pound guaid . weight for the first time this blckc " ll< "'Bh «»d blocked Mov jeai.'gathci offensive po«ei In cVs " II|U nlul took of the last half to blast the foimici- lllc ln!1 on nlythcvllle's 12 jnrd able ThoioiiEhbrcds out of Iheh lllu ' ullclc ll ro!le<l oul - °f bctunAs pith aflei the visitors had oul ' lhc M »slanei ihiflcd to the light, plajed the locils in the first qunr °" " l )ln ^ ft moment latei but the tef nnd held their own fnhlv well. L," s !, ^ cn . t , lo j} 1 ?. lcf . t ;." lt ! 1 In the second pciiocl — Mu-tangs Strong at Slirl The game was as lough and haid fought a battle as ha-, been ' staged on Hnlcy Field nll season Three limes defeated by high innkmg stile teams, but consld- tlle claslvc a moment of juggling. Then raced up to Foiresi Cuy'fi 25 yard line hoiore the surprised inngs could close In on him. then ripped yaras, Mosley added 10 and Walk- IT was sent Into the backflcld n» clrcling: the Blythevillc rljjht cn:l for n 12 yard run nnd a louch- tlown. iTnltim's place'kick for the tsilra. point was good. Play continued largely In Bly- thevillc territory during lhc rc- maliuk'i of the fust tpuuto with erert a first rale aggregation en- Melz' quick kick fiom Foncst tnclj capable of lestlng Ihc Chick-, tllj's 22 ynid. line going the Mustangs galloped in-iMoslci'a head and lo ' to the batlle kcjcd to put up Inch best! game of the jei\i It \uis «n- : doutletlly the 'big gnmo 1 of the • Jem for the visitors, who Sninrt- )ng r nndei defeats nclmlnlslciecl Iheir fine Icuni" of Ihe past two jeais by the Chicks, vveic out lo 'thool Ihe vvoiks" Ncilhei (cam n r ked nor gave, quarlcr nnd the Uckllng blocking and geneinl play was clmiactcilzed by a detei mined or vicious niannci shovvlng ll\e intense rivalry existing Dlcus, nbont 215 pounds, tackle ami 1 heaviest man on the Mustang squad, nnd Wise, 225 pounds. _tnckle and heaviest man on the Blvlheville squnii, vveic expelled laic in the game ivhcn they became involved in a brief fight Teainnmles of the former c\pei r _ icnced., consldciable dlfflciilly in , keeping him from re opening the alteration, even nftei he been oidered off the field had jyS- first time this \ear lire yi Ch(3kisav\s were on the shoit »nt! ' of penalties assessed, icceMng a total of 20 jaids in penalties a 1 compared to 45 foi Forrest City Each side received a 15 said pen- ally ^for clipping and roncst Cits dicula 15 jaid penalty foi lough- Ing. The others were of a mlnoi or technical Infrnctions , Statistics Repeal Supcriontj -Thei'supcrloritj of the Chicka- "aws'^as attested i,.t only by the Lcore^of the game but by the statistics ns well The BHlhcvllle Juggernaut rolled up a total ol 1U first" downs against the rtiggi Mustang defense while the \lsit- f ors made 5 first downs Failure ' of the Mustangs to display offensive power can be attributed laigc- ly to tiie breakdown of the! 1 jaunted aeual attack which vvns about, as completely slopped as anj passing ntlnck could be Tlie visitors attempted a total of 18 passes, but completed only one while 5 were intercepted Se\c\n factors combined to spoil the _ highly publicized, tossing of Met? .he second .quarter'/, with 3hlckb petting the bilsk 2 vaid line (n 80 jnrd boot) Blylhcville reeled off a first down usl ns lhc quarlcr ended bill hnd lO'Ecsslon of the ball deep In Its ivvn • territory on Ihe 23 'yard line. The llcie of forlune changed In UIQ vUnd thai plujed hnvoc with punts and (.lint receivers back of them 'nikei fumbled n punl on his 3| vard line but the referee ruled he ball was dead before Roberts covcicd it for BljlhcNlllc loricst ^ity iidvnnccd near inkincld with he nld of n completed pnss, Mclv. :o. Taliim, for 8 yards nnd n 15 yaid pmiUv against Blytheville 'ollowlng n 5' ynrd pennlty n'gntii'st Foncit City but again n Mustang jnss was Interccplcd, ihis time by Warilngton on the Bljtlmille yiird line. Chicks Tie It Vp The Chicks couldn't quite make the Chicks got n first down on Ihe 10 yard line, Vi. Bunch piacing him at center. The Chicks' •Naignski" curried- the sail In 'mice ci'ncks, getting 5 yards, yards and a touchdown. The try ! or point lulled and the .scoring or the night vvns ended. But Ihe Chicks were sllll • (irt- ,'nncing as Hie gnme ended, Mosley Intercepting [mother Mete! icnvc on lilythcvllle's 20 yard' Ine and racing It back lo Ihe my- | i cvllie 30 yard line as the game iidMl. ' • '• i Line ups: | Forrest City Pos, Blytheville i' Ferguson LE Roberts Dlcus • LT Burton Danchower LO Crnlg Bcasley C • • Walker RG Moorty Montgomery RT wise.) Vance RE Wnrrlnglon Fryc .Q13 Meredith Parker Hli Besharsc Mclz 1IB Mosley n'tiun ' FB Hutchins, Eubstltiillons—(Forrest City) L. 'ci'Biison, .Thomas, I'ope, Knovvl- ton. lillls; (Blytluiville) Justice, n first down nnd Motley booted ((. the Foricsl City U stud line - Parker fumbled and Rob- eits iccomcd foi Itlvlhcvllte star Forrest City back, thing Metz was \vild For one (playln! a recently Injured shouldei it was clnlmtSj) nnd his heaves had n "vUcW twist thai made them difficult to hold But prob ably more Important he \vs bcln= rushed consi-lentlj Ly the Iil\- thevi'le line and fie Ch ;k s°c onJary v-,is more elcrt i"niln ' pi-^cs than it has teen nll sea .son, as the five Interceptions:shrUv BlythevlPe, on the other hand boasting the less scnsartonil aerial attack of t*e two teams according to prc-game dope, tnei only forr pisses but connected ul'h ens for a touchdown and ad<<ed it- first extra point via the aerli! rente Hulchins Stands Oul To Ma\ Hutchins the Manih flart who has been a sensation sii'ce a shift from halfbick to fullback, should go the credit for tearing the brunt of the offensive power the chicks showed In the last half Hulchins reeled off pa'n after gain through the heavy Forrest City line driving with trernendous power for his 165 pounds White the Chicks' blocking on' end plays was not quite up (o previous slandirds againsi very cacable Forrest City ends the power tney unreeled on off tackle trips, was simply too much for the Mi"tang defense centered areuncl Dirus, one of the outstanding; Isckles* In the state, and Mctz the star all-arcund performer of the virlton,, who was a grid great at G'ford, Miss last fall Then Hie Chicks scored, Kulchtns gelling a first down on Ihe 'two tard line on foui conseculHe plays and then crashing ovei foi the touchdown. Hiitchlns faked a place kick and Mosley .passed to J3e IIIUEO foi the c\tra point The . two . teams .bixtllcd around mkincld and In Forrest City ler- rllery for the remainder of the drat half. Forrest City's offense was completely stopped In tiie third per led. , the ' visitors - failing to mine; i single first down. But the chlckV were • really clicking with thcli o'a\s ns shown ty their 1 first ciovuis in lhc quarter Mosles punted .out. of bounds on the For rest Cit£_l5 yard Jlne after the Muslnngs had leeched the kick iff opening the second half ant oiinted out to mldftcld. Mel lunled out weakly to I\)rres City's 3-1 yard line nnd from there ie Chicks inarched for a touch. down vvilh Hutchins doing most of Ihe ball lugging from his fullback position. Hutchins ripped olf i yards, picked up 14 yards on n reverse and .then Deslrarse gathered C yards. Hutchins followed with 4 yards and "then crashed over from the Mustangs 3 yard line. A jinss for the iwlnt failed but the deadlock was broken. Sta-rli ~,y Yards to Score Elythcville marched from its 'vvn 30 yard line for its third touchdown after Moslcy had nin MeU' pnnt back 5 ynrds. Hutchins picked up 11 yards at Ictt end. irtde-d 7 more at right tackle and Mosley picked up 4 at right end Then Bcsharje sped around left lid for 7 and Mosley followed with 8. The Mustangs drew a 5 H. Dimch, Brown^ Tlnio of qunr- ci'E—15 minutes. Officials — Uavis (Southern college) referee; Lloyd Colleges- Slntc Teachers 14, Arkansas atat Game Here Turkey Day Is Expected Contrary to announcement in tin? usually reliable Memphis Commercial Appeal this morning that the undefeated Blythevillc and Columbus i.Mi.s.').) high school team's .will meet In a Thanksgiving Day game nt Columbus, W. D. McC|urt:ln, .superintendent of Bly- thcvllle schools, takl this morning (hat no contract for the game had 'iccn closed with Columbus officials. ilns'ead, It h very likely that Memphis central high and Bly- Mosley and Blackweil Stand Out On Baby Tide UNIVERSITY. Ala. Nov. 21.—For the past decade, Arkansas has been .sending top ranking football performers to the University of Alabama. On this year's freshman team there arc two boys from Blytheville, Arkansas.. liorshell Mosley, 1M) pound half back, has been jin outstanding back on Ihe "Baby Elephants" first eleven. Mosley is a triple threat back imd a signal caller "to boot." In the Mississippi State-game he ran 54 yards for a touchdown. The other Blylhcville boy is Eugene Blackweil, 11)3 pound end Blackweil Is the 'most Improved player on (he ' ' Especially' did De Luxe Roiling Home Once 28-Passenger Bus NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP) — When Julius Omicloll, a bus driver, planned a four-months vacation in Florida for himseif and wife, he 'made over his 28-passcngei 1 bus Into a rolling home. Completed, 11 was 23 feet long and contained a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, drawing room, a hall and dining niche—all the conveniences and comforts of home freshman squad. tllft -i»..i>|j>,..j VJ..IILAUI Illgll illlu J5I>'- I bin i - • •', r,, M'cvlllc will meet in a Turkey Day t S ' PP , 1 Stat ? B " mC ' "' hls •••• • -- - 5 " as v '•IS ASAPBPT , Tf/P IKON BALL AS HE IS AT TOSS/A& j %£ Pl&SMN .. SAM W TrtE. O»/MP'ia r, B£ATiN& OUT ALL OTHER Claim Blytheville Is lacking Out' On Columbus 'Gam Harrison, Bartholomew, -E. Craig, Appnrcntly the Chicks nre go- \\ • nillinll Tll'n\vn Tlnin 1 nT mini._.l I..... I,. I.!.. !...... — n J...m ..^ - iiii! to bo "put on the spot" as n result of the misunderstanding, or whatever it was, over-the BIs 1 - Iheville-Columbns tjame negotiations, n telegram frotn the" Com (Southwestern of. Memphis) pii'p; Smith (Tcnn. : 'Teachers') hciKllincsiimn; Urogdoir (U. of T. jmercial Dispatch.: Columbus news. Junior College), field Judge. paper, tp the Courier News this ,Krmn|; 'strongly Indicates. I'.U. Dlv. First downs B Harris (jiilned by rushing 02 "aids lost by rushing 1-1 attempted i.s.v.1 compiled Yards Biilnecl by Passes interceded Punts , Yards of .pmit.s Avcratje of'punts 18 I passes H 352 44 F.C. Ely. Blylliovllle,, school i officials this Ifl afternoon 'reiterated', statements 201 uule early -in the day that nc-. •11 iBOttations for « Blyliieville-Colmn- [ Yards on returned punts fl Kickoffs. 3 Yards on klckoffs 98 \verngc of klckoffs' 33 \'ds en returned kickoffs CO ^fnaitlcs, yards 45 "umbles . s Recovered fumbles 4 1 K 5 9 308 XI G5 C 240 40 55 20 5 C jidlvlriual records of backs and nds. S'vtjlc Htitchlns Brown Walker Besharsc Mcslej 1 Fries 2G 8 3 II 18 Gained Mo 23 10 37 70 Lost a 2 . o 4 27 Pnss Moslcy to Bcshnnc 11 P. C. L nnd touchdown. Tries Gained bus ginne had never extended past the preliminary slago nnd that they had not led Columbus officiate in any way to believe liat such a game for Thnnks- ivlng Day there had been agreed upon. The Memphis" Commercial Appeal apparently considered its siory of the scheduling of such a game, carried in this morning's issue of the paper, just n rumor yesterday afternoon, wiring hen: for vertdcalion of such n report. No verification was ontnlnea oy the Memphis paper from any source here, as far as could be .learned today, cerialnly not from any official; sunl-officlal or local news .source. • The telegram of the Columbus paper follows: "Blylhcville Courier, ••Blytheville, Ark: • "Understand Blytheville trying to get from • under Columbus Otmch.llR12, L. S. U. Norlheas Center 7. / 'Henderson 33, Teachers 0. :, I . Hendrlx; T, Northeastern Teachers • (Tahlequa. okla.) 0. ' Stule High Schools .North' Little Rock fi. Ctarksvill r ;Jonesboro 43, Catholic High G. 'Camdenjn, Linden (Tex.) ().• ••' ( Dj Queen 14. Prcscoit 0. 'Pine Bluff o, Cbrksdale (Miss) 0. (lie). • Fort Smith 13,' Hot Sprimjs (i. Pnragould 1!). Augusta G. McCrory 7, Heber Sprinjs 0. : Nnshvil|c, 13, Sublnco 6. Coinvay 21. Searcy 12; : Benton IS), n!3rks 0. 'Rogers 10, Slloam Springs G. Dumas 6, Dsrmolt fi (tic) England 25, Rison fi. ' ' •• : Mabelvale 0. Mnrfrcesboro 0 (tie) -Texai-kana Catholic High 21, St Anne's of Port smith 12. •. \ Mansfield 7. Muldfoiv lOkb.) 0. , Oznrk 18, Charleston 13. ,;Stt:ttgart. 25, Lon'oke 7. ' '-Wynne 13, Pocahontas 0. .Walnut Ridge 58, Slonn-iicndrix . Atkins 40. Paris 13. DeWilt 12, Sacred Heart G. MU here. Mr. McClurkin said, re- his declaration of yesterday that he would favor a game ''p"o if such could be arranged on fair terms. Mr. McClurkin did say that a Blylheville-Colmnbu.'i t;«mc vvns still a "remote possibility" and would probably remain so until a rntrnct for 'n panic next Thursday Is Qloscd. However, liu Indlcnt- (I strongly lhat a .definite agrce- n'enl for a Memphis Ctntral-Bly- heville . Biime here Thanksgiving 3ay would be reached ncl Inter lian tomorrow. The Commercial Appeal carried . sfi'lt streamer on cue page of Is sport .section this mornlna. :in- icuriciug the definite scheduling f the Columbus-Blytheville game t Columbus and told-of Ihe 'reals •' the two teams and the premier ttractlon sucli a came offered In i lone'story, lieraldim; principally i battle for individual honors between Leslie i. ; Dodson, Columbus' •sensational buck, and ilyron""Rip- lei- Walker. Rlythcville center ind fullback. Innesboro Juniors In Win Over Armore!, 32-7 .The Armorel high school Red- dles were beaten by the Jonesboro junior high school Whirlwinds, 33 lo C. at Jonesboro yesterday. _ The Jonesboro 'juniors had thr game well in hand and were nevei seriously threatened ay the Red-• ies. , ' movement continues . he bids fall- to become another Don Hiilsm, who was also an Arkansas boy. !!oth of these promising footballers will be a welcomed addition to varsity ranks ilk a year or so. riameses II of Egypt had UK largest family of which there h record. Two hundred children were in the. family, one hundred eleven rails and 50 daughters are mentioned in inscriptions father. d^ bv tiieir DR. SALIBA Eye. Ear, Nuse •& Throat GLASSES hrrun Itouin 210 Kcs. I'lione 410 Ingram I!ld; Office 418 lead Courier News Classified Adi Play Billiards! Wholesome Recreation jModeralcly rrlccil Blytheville Recreation Center 310 W. Main - Former Home (if Hell's I'bnrmacy GAItNKIt AI'I'Un-ON SIAUVIN CHAi'I'l-[,L Open All Night ROAD AND •WHKCKKH ••'•SKRVICE Phone 633 Tom Little Chevrolet Co Now Located a I 101 North Second , ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON' FDWAKDS, Proprietor All mnHre of ISclmiU Typewriters. Aililing. 'ninrliliics anil Oalciilalors—Uciuiring—Part.s—Itiljbons Drs. Wert & Were OI'TOMKTUISTS Over Joe Isaacs' Store '•WE' MAKE 'EM SHK" Phone 540 Autos From 4 States •';. Snarled in Accident ; NEWTON, Mas ynrd penalty for, excessive time out. Then Moslcy got 4 yards, Hulchins ndciert C and Mosley 12. Then Hutchins picked up 2. piled if 2 more and then ripixxJ the remaining 2 yards for a touchdown, to end third quarter scoring. Mbjlcy's runback of Met?.' punt, from Blytheville's 35 to Forrest City's 44 yard line late In the third quarter placed the Chicks in position lo make their next touchdown drive. Besharsc made C yards, Mosley 1 and Brown 4 ns the Chicks moved forward. The fourth quarter opened will: the Chicks in possession of the ball and a first down on Porres City's 28 yard line. Brown picket up.3 at right tackle. The Mus tangs then drew a 15 yard. pen Ferguson 1 Parker 2 Melz 7 Tatum 5 Knovvllon 2 Frye 1 Scoring touchdowns: (Blytlic- l!!n> Hiitchins 3, Besharsc. Walk- Fcrrcrt City — Parker. Exttv. •olnls —Mctz iplace klc!<>; !)_'- hnrsc (puss from Mrsieyi; Blown (plsce kick). Score by quarters: Fcrrcst City 7 0 0 n - 7 Blylhcvllle .: 7 12 13 . 32 CfftciAls—Harold nnvls iSo'ith- cm College). referee; u'oyd Southwestern) umpire: Smith icndllncsman. — - - Ion iTi papers would put Blytheville In attitude of being nfrald to play and make liuighing stock.- If have influence sse now and rush ns names, nntii- .crs, weights. "Commercial Dispatch" ' The battlj_fIoRn In the middle nlt> for roughing Mosley on nn of the, line really determined the attempted end run ' thai would Jonesboro Easily Wins Over Catholic High, 49-6 Pine Bluff In Scoreless LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Nov. 21.— The Joncsbovo high school Golcl- ncsman. Field Judge—Bros- tn Hurricane smollicrcd the Tennessee Junior College) "! Lnlllolte hl K>» school Rockets of Little Rock 49 to G here last night. The Jomtioro eleven held loo much punch for the Catholic aggregation, scoring seven touchdowns and registering extra points r"i \r>i^oT^r~^ ^~., , I l"y " llc buck on each occasion. CLARKSDALE. Miss., Nov 21 — 31arksdalc and Pine Bluff foot-, ,„. Jail teams battled to a scoreless! Me here last night. Cl.irksclale. inV-1 defeated in eight pirnes. wns forced to fight on the defense practically all night, the Zebras'I making several scoring threats' while the locals never seriously' threatened the Pine Bluff goa 'i car allegedly struck the machine owned by olon K. Tolson of Canton, o.. which bumped forward against that of Major Bernard J. rinnn of Skyvill;, Pa which smashed Into that ol Louis Kcrwllz of Boston. Wiinfctl To Sell $100,000 J'unvi tn i'c 5!alf Down - Halancc Next 1'Vill - Hiry Now Hubbard Furniture Co. ACHTVUENE ; Kl.KCTRIC • AT :BEST -PRICES PHCRIIPT SERVICE Barksdale PHONE H):: Wiinted To; Sell $100,000 Furniture Half I'ovviv - Haliinec Next Fall - liny Now Kubbard Furniture Co. We have two 'carloads of these Made hy Allis-Chsilniers The most practical thrasher: on (he market— Proved by actual use in the field! SOME OF iTS ADVANTAGES— Saves tile beans lhal planted \vilh ram. lias proved practical Mi rushing hcaiis in corn. Ivquippcd witli 5 Toot culler liar. AVill thrash cillicr , or drilled crops, beans, oats, ivhcMil, clover, Iespcilc7a,cli'. WE WIU, FiUY YOUH SOYHEANS 118 Kast Main St. Phone 252 Sl-SMEaiSf • No living species of birds hai Hr-rnrr Vrtu Ttnv -\n% Oulhtnrd - SIT Ihe $45 t M. r. Slncli- C!yl. 'Oth'T Sl7.PS 10 16 H P.) Htl.'iliAKI) TIltE •& 11ATTKHY CO. line. TKUUY AT.STUACT K PKAI.TY CO. Ahslr.tcls, l^inds A- Loans K. Al. Terry, Prcs. and i\lsr. I'honc 617 nlyllirvillr. Ark. Five times the Zebras marched -^ lo within the Clarksdale lo yard line ie only to, lack the necess.irvi nch lo put the bnll over Pine Bluff made 10 first downs to one fcr Clarksdale. i It %-as the third scoreless tie outcome> of , the game and afle^bave lo^t pound, the 1 Chicks get- lof the season for the the,first quarter the Chick for- ting a first down on Forrest City's team. Awards had the tide of battle decidedly' 1 their way. •— ! -' city with the long- kicking Metz, aided by a favorable < wind, got trie jump on the the gam(i op ncd and 9 yard line. Brown lost a yard at lack!e, Cox of Starrest City betag rendered unconscious by a ulow 'on the head during the play. He'was removed , from the game. Brown lest n couple of more yards In Tiny Village Groivs ' VENUS. Tesc. (UP) - Tills tins- Johnson county community can boast 20 births and no deaths, over n four months' period; WE HAVE SECiiucn TIIK SERVICES OK AN BXTKUIENCRl) RADIO MECHANIC nho will guarantee to repair your radio to flret class condition. A Complete Unc of Tubes and Tarls - - Rest Triers Hubbartl Tire & Hat. Co, Phone 476 THE COMPLETE ELECTRICAL STORE r.iltirIng electrical fixtures from SI L'p, \Vcstlnghousc appliances, all kinds of I.imps. inexpensive bridge prizes and a line of bette grade toys. Walpole Electric Shop 208 W. Main Phone 3H \Vrcckcr Service Ga OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SERVICE.CESTKH Phones 777 - 310 Still Open for Legitimate Business Dancing Every Nigk 8:30 to 2:00 Musi i by ILOOR THUR§DAY feat winy Msss Lois Walker ssi^ 12 Big AcSs of High Class Vaudeville Direct from St. Louis liroadcasl Over KI.CN, 2 I 5 . M., Saturday Cover Charge 40c Per Person All leading brands Liquors, Wines and Cordials Cigarettes $1.25 per carton Owned ant! operated by Hubert Utley * ^ r

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