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The Chronicle-star combined with the Moss Point advertiser. (Pascagoula, Miss.) 1941-1949, October 18, 1946, SECTION TWO, Image 12

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Panthers Lose Tough 7-6 Game To
Biloxi Indians; Idle This Week
t
By ALBIN KREBS
BiloxiV Indians, supposedly
the undeidogs In theff game with
the Pascagoula Panthers, nosed
the Pascagoula team out of its
unbeaten position with an edge
of one point in a game that end
ed with a 7 to 6 score last Fri
, day in Pascagoula.
Tohight the Panthers have an
J open dale on their schedule.
WitTie.-sed by a record crowd of
J 3,000, the Biloxi-Pascagoula tilt
« Was the most thrilling game of
• the season for the Panthers. It
J was the most hard-fought game |
• and it was their first loss.
The first quarter of the game
, Went scoreless. Both aggregu
J ttons were evenly matched with
■ Pascagoula showing a slightly
better advantage Some supo
! fior passing by DemotirePe of
• Piloxi wss regarded iit that quar
J ter, but reception was poor.
Paacaguulas only score came
• fn the opening minutes of the
ttcond quarter, when Sigrfalmmv
ocky Byrd passed the ball
J twenty seven yards to Everette j
• Stone. The action came after
J Bod JumonvilJe of Blioxi had a
. third down punt blocked by the
• Pantheia, who recovered it on
, the Biloxi twelve. Two plays
• later By id's aerial to Stone made
J Conned :un nnd Stone seemed to
• actually stumble and fall three
J yards over the goal, with a Bi- 1
• Ioxi u an clutching him bv the!
ankle. Dellyc Shivers’ chance to j
J-;- make the extra point was unsuc- 1
» e&»fu) when he tried to kick from
J placement,
• It locked as though the Pan
• ther’s had the game sewed ur>
, for the third quarter proved
• scoreless and was n hard battle
J for both teams. The Pascagoula 1
• line was so strong that in this ,
J quarter and all the others the Ir.- j
• dians were forced to gain all
yardage by "air”. Their fiiy1
| passing >vas the only hope thev '
• had agithst a fiftr held down so I
well by Theodore Vlahos nnd
• Robert Biair, tackles, Jerry Pur
J dy and James Knight, ends, Syl- j
i ton Cole and Bubber Bogdnhn,
• guards, and Graham Hildebrand,
J center. Vlahos did the best
I
• " 1 ' -*
t ».. ".I ■-»■
tackling job of the past four
games in this quarter.
Exciting Quarter
Fourth quarter highlights
were the most exciting of the
game. Pascagoula's best chance
at another score came in the first
purt of the period. Five or six
plays alter the quarter started i
the Pascagoula boys shoved the !
ball up to the seventeen yard
stripe and Rockv Byrd’s forward
pass to Jerry Purdy was inter
cepted i v a Biloxi player, who |
then fumbled the ball. The play ,
was Called a “touchbaek" and the
pigskin went over to Biloxi on
the twenty yard marker.
That was the most controver
sial play of the season so far. j
Many spectators seemed to think
that the Biloxi man intercepted
the ba)> m the playing field ard
was tackled by Purdy in the end
zone, and that the Panthers
should have been given two j
points—two points that would |
have ebnrhed the game for tnem.
Officials say the ball was grab
bed by the Redskin very near,
but still over the goal, giving the
fiel i judges a reason for a de
cision against an extra two points.
The ball belonged to the In
dians tnen, and il was their j
chant c to score. They again lost
the bad when a punt by Demou
relle went out-ol-bounds. Aftei
returning the bt.ll to the Bit .x
42, Byrd punted out of the play
ing field and the ball went ovei
to the Redskins, .vh'o got down to
business.
Demourelle got in some beau
tiful passing. His second connec
tion from that point was with
Teny Pitalo, who pushed the ball '
ten yards before being stopped by
Shivei.i. Demourelle then t'ied
to run the next one through him
self, out Panther Captain Ever
ette Stone and guards Cole and
Bogdahn combined forces to stop
him. Co'e, in the next plu.v, not
only stopped Biloxi’s player, but
backed him up five yards head
on.
Indians Score
The ball was on the Pascagou
la e;ght. when in the last two
minutes of playing time, and the
third down, Desonier scooped a
pass from Demotirelle out of mid
aid for a score. Pitalo came
through with the extra point,
winning the game for his team,
by successfully place-kicking
There was some fine football
in the Pascagoula-Biloxi tilt. The
Indians can well be proud of
Fred Demourellc, Tonv Pitalo and
Desonier. Pascagoula fans saw
some good work done by every
member of their team, with reg
ular stfffr Stone. K'ng, and Byrd
sharing nnnors with all linemen
and sub Mac McGowen. Bobby
Pittman was good and substitute
Ful!bnrk Levon Ezell followed
through with some good work,
and still shows promise, although
he was in the gpmr only a short
while.
Penalties flew thick and fast;
Pascagoula was set back 70 yards
and the Biloxi team 40 yards The
Panthers attempted eight passes
nnd completed four, and the In
dians attempted seventeen and
completed a half dozen. Five
first downs were obtained by both
contestants.
Tiger Cubs Take
Commodore Juniors
In Saturday Game
A pair of hot halfbsrks, "Slim"
Colvillt and Rod Miles, led the
Moss Point Junior Hi Tigers to
a 20 0 victory over the little
Gulfport Commodores last Sat
urday night in an invasion of the
coast city.
“Son” Rhodes was in there
pitching as a blocking back and
Coach Red Bullock reported the
Tiger Cubs looked good in all
positions. Guards Brentz and
Cawley and Turkic Ed Wilker
son were line stalwarts as the
Tigers shellacked the Commys.
Miles scored in the opening
quarter from his own nine yaid
line, shaiing ii< ro’-s with Col
villevi’le who hit pay dirt for
long tuns in the second and
third. Slim run 59 yards for his
first touendown nnd G3 yards on
ilu: second jaunt.
Colored High "11"
To Stage Opening|
Battle Saturday
The Pascagoula Colored High:
School Ramblers will play their!
first home game of the season i
here Saturday night when they j
meet the Eureka High Tigers of]
Hattiesburg, Colored Big Eight'
1 conference champions.
The game-will get under way
at 8 p. m. under the lights at the
Pascagoula High School gridiron.
Head Coach Felix Dunn and
| Assist »nt Coach I N. Whironton
| have been hard at work for the
past two weeks whipping their
! squad into shape frtr the fiav
i ,ind expect to give the visiting
TifiiMs, c inside ' od one of the best
colored high school teams in the
date, a battle.
The Tigers are bringing their
band with them.
Special sections will be re
served 'or white und colored spec
tators. Admission will be 75 cents
for adults and 40 cents for chil
dren.
Several other games will be
scheduled during the season and
the local aggregation has promise
of developing into a strong con
tender lor state honors.
Pascagoula "B"
Team Defeats
OLV's 27 to 7
A score of 27 to 7 marked the
first scheduled game of the high
school “B" team and junior high
team when they defeated the
OLV Eagles, last Thursday night
at eignt. It was the first of six
games ihat will be played by the
junior high team.
Best work of the game was
done bv Buddy Ehrlich, substitute
right half for the big Panther
team. More good work was done
by Robert Haire of Pascagoula,
and Douglas Dubisson, of OLV.
First score for the Panthers
was made by Robert Haire, He
ran a short distance for the six
points he gained. An attempt to
gain an extra point was succcss
The Cubs are undefeated, hav
ing played a scoreless tie with
the Lucedale first team last
week.
I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
• Sealed bids for concrete surfac
ing. concrete curb, drainage and sew
er facilities and concrete sidewalk
work on 'be extension of Watts Ave
. nue between Ker (or South Malfno
lt«l and S. Frederic Streets w"l be
• received bv the BOARD OF MAYOR
AND COUNCILMAN ol the CITY OF
• PASCAGOULA? MISSISSIPPI, until 3
• o'clock P. M , on Friday. Novembet
' S>h, I IMG at the City Hall in Pascagoula,
• Mttmselr».)‘ at which time and place
• they will then and there he publicly
• opened a .d read aloud.
i Plans .-'*>« specifications arc on file
I fog inspection at the City Hall at
, Pascaiionli. Mississippi, or same may
, b* OHLulntd from Donald J Simmons,
CfflhiUKluj Engineer. Pascagoula >Pss .
upon deposit of $10 OH Tills deposit
for one full, set ol contrait (Im ’.i
ments will he returned to each ac
tual bidder upon the relurn of all
documents 'n good .nrditino not lr.ter
• than five days after the opening of
bids
Rids ini st b« submitted on the binik
props a 1 -firms furnished with the
• sbcciftrations and must he aecompan
• lad t>\ Cash Cashier’s Clifh-k Certi
• tied Ch»ek or Hid Bond In an am
t ount equal to not k*ss than 5''; of th*
i total amount bid. This bid security I
i shall be made payable to the Cttv of
, PascegeuUi and will be forfeited a*
lttuid iteil d-unag- s, not penalty, by
any bidde*- who is awarded the ,'jii
tract and who falls ti execute a con
tract ami furnish bnr.d as ormb’ctl
for in the proposal ana within the -i>e
• clflee1 time
The Owner reserves the right b I
rtject anv and all bids, and to waivi
informe lilies The light is also re
• sgr< ed to e'.tend the enntract and dc
• of he i work it. at the Cltv may be able
• to finance al the regular unit prices
I bid in tor proposal
l No hid mav be withdrawn after
« the scheduled closing time for the
, receipt of bids for a period of 3('
. days
cfhe Conti get will be awarded to
the foweet and best respeinslble bid
der
Bv order of the HOARD OF MAYOR
J AND COUNCILMAN
' ' Hy J p WATTS. Mayor
• ATT EST ■
• VP. DeJEAN, City Clerk
«t m-ii. n. 4b. n-i_
• <fON RESIDENT NOTICE
• No. 9734
• THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
• To GUSSIE MAE ROBINSON
• You aie summoned to appear he
I fore the Chancery Court of the Coun
> ty of Jackson in said State, on the
• Second Monday of December A D ,
a IMS. to defend suit No 9754 in said
a Com! of Norman J. Robinson vs Gur
a ste Mae Robinson, wherein you are a
defendant, and wherein Complainant
seeks a Decree of Divorce as fully
set out In bill on t.'e, _
This 20th day of September A D
194#
• ISf ALI
• FRED TAYLOR Clerk.
I Chancery Court,
I . Jackson County. Mtssissiopi
I Bv Vertis O Ramsay, D. C
• 4310 11 18, 2S. H-J _ _
• “ notice
The Cits' of Pascagoula will receive
sealed bids untlt 3 n m Friday Oc
• tober 18th. 1948. for the following
‘ equipment or Its equivalent:
• ONE TWO TON CHASSIS with
• cab. 8:25 dual rear tires, single front;
• having dimensions from rear of cab
• to centerline of rear axle of 102 in
i ches Price delivered FOB Truck
l Chassis Factory.
• GARBAGE BODY' 13 cubic yards
« mechanical pickup body operated by
hydraulic power. wi*h compactor and
, ejector tmdde of body «
The City of Pascagoula reserves
the right jo reject any or all bids.
J R WATTS. Mayor,
it 9-20. 27. 18-4,11. lj _
i EXECUTORS
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i No. v761
• IN THF MATTER OF THE ESTATE
• OF ELI-7.A RILEY DECEASED
« Letters of Testamentary having
• ben issued on the 26 day ol September,
i 1940 bv the Chancery Court of Jack
l aon County. Mississippi, to the under
signed as Executrix of the Estate of
, iRUa Rltev deceased notice is hereby
given tl all persons having claims
against »ald Estate to present the j
same to the Clerk of the Chancery |
Court of Jackson County, Mississippi ,
for probale and reyiatration. according i
to law, w.thin six months of the date ]
of the first publication hereof, or such
claims, if any, will he forever barred
Witness my signature this the 24
day of September, 1946
ERTHA LEE ROBEK.sON
Executrix
4t 9-27 10-1 11. 18 _
MISSISSIPPI STATE HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed old* will be received by the
State Highway Commission, at Jack
son. Mississippi, until 10:00 o’clock A
M., Tue Jay. October 22. 1946 and
shortly tnereaftei publicly open foi
Repairs on Bridges “p** and "O'
ovei Pascagoula River in Jackson
County known as Work Order No
2085
Principal items of work are ap
proximal lv as follows:
420 Cu Yds. Class “B" Bridge Con
crete
4,750.0 Lbs. Reinforcing Steel
5.800 0 IJn Ft. Driving Treated Tim
ber Piling.
4 690 M B.M. Installing Treated
Timber.
Lump Sum Maintenance of Traffic
Lump Sum Moving in, erecting, dis
mantling, clearing site and shipping
out of all equipment
Contract Time: 50 Working Days
The attention of Bidders is direct
ed t» the Special Provision govern
ng selection and employment of la
bor.
The minimum wage paid to labor
*n5plove(i on this contract per hour
hall tie. Skilled Labor, 75 cents. Un
killed Labor. 40 cents, and Inter
mediate G Hides. 50 cent1.
Plans and Specifications are on file
n this office
Proposals inav be secured from the
Office Engineer upon request free
>f cost
Certified Check o» Bid bond for
five percent > of bid. payable to
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, must ac
company cacti proposal.
WALTER SPIVA. Director,
if 10 4 1| 18
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
WUt'Hr.AS. Default has been made
in tiie payment of ‘he indebtedness
lOCufed hv that Deed of Trust ex
ecuted by MATHIAS F ZELENKA
and wife. ARLIE B ZELENKA. to
HENRY "GAS and wife, NELLI F
UGAS. which Deed of Trust is dated
January 7. 1946, and recorded in
Book 30. Pages 112-114 of the Rec
ords ol Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
on lands in tlie office of the Clerk of
the Chancery Court, Jackson County.
Mississippi, and
WHEREAS. tiie undersigned u
Trustee has been requested by tin
holder and owner of the note® evi
dem-irc nd imiebb-dness to foi ••
close said Deed of Trust in accord
ance with its terms and provisions
THEREFORE I will during legal
hours on the 28 day of October. 1946 |
at the ma*n front door of the Court j
house *f Jackson County. Mississippi
offer foi sale and sell for cash
to the highest bidder, the land and
improvements situated thereon, local
ed in Section 18. wnship 8 South
Range 5 West, and more particular!*
described as follows, to wit:
Lots 2 . 3. 4 . 33. 34 and 35 in Block
7 in that certain Subdivision <>i real
property described upon a mat
ma le by J Allen Bradford, named
and entitled Pinehurst Subdivision
and recanted in the office of tin
Clerk of the Chencery Court of
Jackson County. Mississippi, uuon
March 31. 1944 and recorded ir
Plat Book 1 Page 143 of the Of
fjeal plats of record in the office
of the Chanrerv Clerk of Jacksor
I County, Mississippi
ADVERTISED. POSTED AND DAT
ED upon tliis the 30 day of Sep
j tembtr, 1946
Trustee.
II. P HEIDELBERG. Tmstce
It 10 4. 11 18 |8
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed bids for the construction ot
reinforce*! concrete culverts undet
Lincolr Avenue and Polk Avenue lo
! cated in the Drainage Canal at the
; west horde” of tiie Federal Public
Housing Authority Project located on
the east side ot Maiket Street, will
be reerivtd by the BOARD OF MAY
OR AND COUNCILMEN of the Cltv
of Pas igoula. Mississippi until 3 o’
clock P M . on FRIDA A'. November
1st. 1946 at the City Hall in the City
of Pa**afoula, Mississippi at which
time and place they will then and
there lx» publicly opened and read
ilium'
The work is to include tiie remov
al and salvage ol existing drainage
Htructtm.'k, the necessary excavation
and stabilization oi foundations, the
installation of new culverts, the re
placement and consolidation of the
roa 1-bed and the re-paving of the
asphalt surfaced read way removed I
and damaged during the contractor's i
operations
Plans and specifications are on file !
for inspection at the City Hall at !
Pas'agonla. Miss., or same may be
obtained from Donald J Simmons, i
Coinultmp Engineer. Pascagoula. Miss i
upon de| oait of $10 00 This deposit}
for one full set of contract docu
ments \vnl l»e returned to each ac
tual bidder upon The return of all
contract documents in good condi- !
lion not later than five days after
the open'ng of bias.
Bids must be submitted on the
blank piooosal form* furnished with
the spec *icatIons and must be ac
comnunbd by Cash. Cahsfer's Check.
Cert tiled Check or Bid Bond In an
amount equal to not less than 5^
of the total amount bid This bid
security shall be made payable to
the CUv of Pascagoula, Mjhs. and
will be forfeited .»> liouldatod dam-!
ages, rot penalty, by any bidder who
is a warden the contract and who fails
to execute a contract and furnish j
bond a‘- provided for ir the proposal
and wu.'in the specified time.
No bid may be withdrawn after
the scheduled closing time for the
receipt of bids for a period of 30
days
All bidders are Instructed they ;
must pay the prevailing wage rates -
for ♦he various trades involved
The Owner refcen'es the right to j
reject any and all bids and to waive
informalities.
The Contract will be awarded to!
♦ he lowest and best responsible bid- !
der.
By order of the BOARD OF MAY
OR AND COtTNCILMEN
CITY OF PASCAGOULA.
MISSISSIPPI
Attest: By J. R WATTS
V. P DeJEAN. Mavor.
City Clerk.
(Sull 4t 10 4 11, 1H. g
LFGAL NOTICE
1 am replying for a pardon. Jack D
Waters. 4 tp 10-1Y i
NOTICE
The Roard of Supervisors of Jackson J
C’ountv Mississippi will receive sealed :
proposals lor the furnishing to Jack
•on County, Mississippi::
Two (?) Electric Portable Addin?
Machlner 10 kev, New, Complete with
cover and cord.
Sealed proposals to be filed with
the Clerk of Board of Supervisors
at Pascagoula, Mississippi, on or be
lore 10:00 o'clock A M. on the 4Tf
day of November. A D . 1946
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the rlgh* to reject any and all bids
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD Of
SUPERVISORS this the 8th day of Oc
•obor. A D. 1046
(SEAL)
K W BURNHAM. President
KRKO TAYLOR. Clerk
By Vcrtis G Ramsav. D. C.
11 10-11 18 M, II-I _
NOTICE
The Board ol Supervisors of Jack
(on County, Mississippi will receive
caled piofiosfals for the furnishing
o Jackson County. Mississippi:
2 (two) copies controlled Aerial Mo
aic Mans covering all the area ol
lackson County, Miss Maps to b<
urnished in 3-3-4 minute quadrangl*
inits of latitude and longitude, mount
•d on caulboard at a scale of one frtch
equals icon feet, with township, rang*
rnd section lines drafted on the mo
talcs.
Scaled proposals to be filed with
•lie Clerk of Board oi Supervisors a!
Pascagoula. Mississippi, on or befon
'll 00 o'clock A. M on the 4th day o
November, A D.. 1946.
The Uoard of Supervisor* reserve
•he tight to reject any and all bid
BY ORlfKR OF THE BOARD OF SU
'•KH VISORS, 8th day of October. 1946
SEALI
K. W BURNHAM. President
EI4ED TAYLOR, Clerk
Rv Verbs G Ramsay. D. C.
It 10 It 18 35. 11-1 __, a
NOTICE or SPECIAL BOND
ELECTION
PASCAGOULA RURAL SEPARATE
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF JACKSON
COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI
on Sa* trday. the I6th day of
November, IMS
WIIKR'AS the Board of Supervi*
! ors of Jackson County, Mississippi, at i
! the Regular October. 1946. meeting ,
thereof, on tile 15th day of October. 1
1946, adopted a resolution declaring
>ts infoi'km to Issue bonds of the
Pascagoula Rural Separate School Dis
triet of said County. In the maximum
amount ol One Hundred Twenty-five
Thousand Dollars ($125,000 OOt for the!
purpose ol constructing and equipping
i school building for said District.
>uen building to be a concrete and
steel stadium to provide facilities fm
me prorneMon of the required pro
physical education of said
Usfrict. lor the education and the
nealtii training of students through
p by deal exercises, games, play, re
creation and athletics, and for all phy
sical. cultural, musical and other out
door school programs, activities and
functions appropriate In the opera
tion ol the schools ol said District;
and by said resolution dirccled the
Board of Election C'ommisslonei3 of
said County to call and hold a spe
cial election in said School District
for the nurpose of submitting to the
qualified electors thereof the propo
sition to Ic-ne said bonds in the max
imum am Mint and for the purposes
above slated;
NOW THEREFORE. notice is given
to the qualified electors ol
PASCAGOULA RURAL SEPARATE
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF JACKSON
COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI
that a s.ecial election will be held in
said District on Saturday, the 16th
day of November, 1946. for the pur
pose of submitting to the qualified 1
electors «,f said District the follow
ing proposition:
PROPOMTION
Shall bonds ol the Pascagoula Ru
ral Seiiaiate School District of Jack
so i County, Mississippi, be issued
in the maximum amount of One
Hundred Twentv-flve Thousand Dol
lars <$125.(100 001 for the purpose of
constructing and equipping a school
buitaing for said District, such build
ing to be a conrrr'e and steel stad
ium to nrovide facilities for the pro
motion of the required program of
physical education ol said District,
for the education and the health
training of students through physi
cal expr'ises, games, play, recrea
tion and athletics, and lor all phy
sical. cultural, musical and other
outdoor school programs, activities
and functions approDriate in the
operation of the schools of said
District.
The polling places of said election
will he the South Pascagoula Elec
ion Precinct in the old firemen’s
ball on Washington Avenue the
-eranlon Election Precinct at the
'“‘ounlv Court House of Jackson
Countv Mississippi, the North Pasca
goula Election Precinct at the Knights
of Columbus Hall at the corner of
1 ive 0»k Streets; and the Eastlawn
Election Precinct at the Twelfth
Street Community House: and said
polling Diaces will be opened at the
hour of 8:00 o’clock A M . andl re
main open until the hour of 6:00
O’clock P M
Ail qualified electors in said Dis
trict may vote in said election, at
their respective election precincts
IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have
hereunto set our hands this 16 dav
>f October. A. D . 1946
Sgd: MRS OLLIF P SMITH.
Sgd: H W GAUTIER.
Election Commissioners of
Jaekson Countv. Mississippi,
St 10-18 25 11-1, 8. 15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Letters testamentary having been
granted upon this day bv the Chan
cery Court of Jaekson County, Mis
sissippi. to the undersigned, upon
Ihe Estate of James T Frame, de
ceased;
Notice is hereby given *»o all per
sons having claims against said Es
tate to present the same to the Clerk
if sa-d Court Tor probale registra
tion and allowance according to law
within six months from this date or
aid claims will be forever barred
Thli Pie 11th dav of October 1946.
'-HRISTIANA K FRAME.
Executrix.
’t 10-16, », 11-1, $
NONRESIDENT NOTICE
No 9777
THE STA i’E OF MISSISSIPPI.
To W. A Blackwell
0 o Old Spanish Fort
Bridgehead, Alabama
You are summoned to appear be
fore the f'hancerv Court of the Coun
ty of Jaekson in said State on the
Second Monday of D« cernber A D
1946. to defend suit No 9777 in said
Court of Mrs Lem.ra Grant . Black- 1
welt VS W A Blackwell wherein
vou are a defendant and wherein
Complainant seeks a decree of Di
vorce. tnd restoration of tier maiden
name as fully set out in bill on file
This 16 dav of October A D 1946
iStNd' FRED TAYLOR.
Clerk. Chancery Court,
Jaekson County. Mississippi
By VKRTIS G. RAMSAY. D. C
4t 10-6. ii. 11-1. 8
Tigers Try To Crack Win Column In
Game With Hazelhurst Tonight
With five first stringers on
the bench, two of them put there
in last week’s game with Boga
lusa, the Moss Point Tigers licked
-their wounds and prepared for
their wounds this week and pre
pared for a home game with Ha
zedhurst tonight.
Coach Hook Stone’s Hazelhurst
crew are largely an unknown
quanth-' but rate about on a
par with the Tigers at full
strength, Coach Tom Swayze
stated, und whether the Tigers
can crack the win column in
their fifth try for the season is
u matter of speculation and de
pends largely on the breaks.
The Bogalusa Lumberjacks not
only woo a 19-0 victory over the
Tigers last Friday night in a home
game, hut added Bark Louis
Clay ar dGuard J. T. Shepherd to
the injured list, which already
included Back Max McCool, out
for the season with u broken leg,
Center Kenneth Farragut, team
captain, out with a hip injury
since the Biloxi game, and Back
Newt Huddleston, who had an
old injury aggravate din Friday
night’s game.
The first four are definitely out
of tonight's line-up* and Huddles
ton will see only limited service,
if he plays at all.
Friday's Game
Burrs, Billings, and Moss
Point injuries starred for the
Lumberjacks in Friday night’s
game, a rough contest which saw
the Louisiana team draw 95 yards
in penalties and players put off
th feie.d.
The first score came late in the
second quarter when Tiger Ful
ton punted out of boun dsof the
Lumberjack 47. Holcomb picked
ful, and soon after Buddy Ehrlich
got anither sixer for his oteam.
An extra point was gained at
that time.
The single itouchdown made
by th:? Eagles took place in the
secolid quarter when Douglas Du
bisson ran through center to
score. An attempt for the extra
point was successful.
More touchdowns for Pasca
goula wefe made by George
Walker and Bobeit Haire. An ex
tra point was gained <by running
through the line when Walker
scored, and there was no addition
al point when Haire made his
second touchdown.
A —
up 8 yaids on a quarterback
sneak and Burr romped 13 yards
to the Moss Point 33. Holcomb
fumbled and lost 5 but Cruse, a
substitute back went 14 yards to
the 20 from where Burr made it
a first on the Tiger 14 yard line.
Cruse failed to gain but Burr
again took over and romped over
for the tauchdown. The place
ment was wide.
Tiger* Threaten
On —the kick-tiff after the
Lumberjacks' second touchdown
early in the fourth quarter, the
Tigers tnreatened when Huddles
ton ra nthe kick back to his own
40. Meyers picked up a first and
clipping penalty against the
Lumberjacks put the bail on the
Bogalusa 35. Davis picked up a
first in two tries and took five
more when another five yard
penalty made it first and ten on
the Lumberjack 16.
Fultcn picked up two yards and
Davis dropped da nnicomplete
pass into the end zone. Davis
picked up three on a puss at
tempt and then hurled an in
complete pass into the end zone
and tne ball went over.
Lumberjack Scores
The fin alBogalusa tally fol
lowed immediately when Bun
romped 62 yards to the Tiger 30
before bein gduw endfrom be
hind, and the Lumberjacks went
over a few plays later with Bil
lings doing th ehonors from his
ow nl3 after Hester hud gone
over hue had the play called
back on a penalty. The kick was
good.
Th r-other score came early in
the fourth which saw the ball on
the Moss Point 14. Cruse made
4 yards to the Tiger 10 and Bil
lings made it a first on the Ti
ger 3 and then hit left tackle for
the score. The placement failed.
ARCHBISHOP AMAZED
Philadelphia—AP—V i s i t i n g
Philadelphia, the Most Rev. and
Rt. Hon. Geoffrey Francis Fisher,
D. D., archbishop of Canterbury,
described the United States:
“As I traveled through this
vast and glorious country, I could
only think what a pocket-hand
kerchief sort of a country Eng
land is. But of the very best lin
en.
Stone Close On
Heels Of Big* 8
Scoring Leader
By the Associated Press
Ed Langford, Hattiesburg scat
back, still leads the Big E'ght
conference’s scorers, although he
hasn’t crossed an enemy goal
line in. two weeks. However,;
three opponents crept to within
five points of the loop leader and
finished with 31 points after Fri
day night’s games.
Close on the heels of Langford
were Bernie Callender, Natehez,
Bobby Pitts, Clarksdale, and
flashy Everette Stone of Pas
cagoula Right behind them wa'
Sonny Carr of McComb, Who had
4 touchdowns and three extr;
points for a total of 27.
The standings as to toucl>
downs, points after touchdown.1
and total, points after games of
Oct. 11, follow:
Ed Langford, Hattiesburg, 8, 36
points; Bernard Callender, Nat
Chez, 5. J. 31 points; Bobby Pitts
5, 1, 31 points; Everette Stone,
P’ascagoula, 5, 1, 31 points: Sonny
■Carr, IlcComb, 4 3, 27 points
Leonard Kelly, Clarksdale, 4, 24
points, Paul RoBgers, Tupelo, 4,
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24 points: R. B. Reeves. McComb,
4, 24 points; Cecil Lanier, Vicks
burg 2. 6 24 points,
Columbus' second expedition
to the New World was made in
1493 with 17 vessels carrying
1,500 persons.
"Shimmy" that is experi
enced at high speeds is gen
era’ly caused by wheels
"out of balance". We have
a special machine for cor
recting it.
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