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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, November 13, 1954, Image 5

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8ATUBDAT. NOT. H. It84 THl CAKOLWA TPifei PAca wtwm NCC Eagles Watlop J. C. Smith U. 38 To 6 CHARLOTTE North CaroUna College’s Ea- ■ikkv.‘ gles launched a six touchdown splurge here at West Charlotte High School’s Stadium toiUght to defeat a hapless Johnson C. Smith university eleven 38-6, in a'CIAA game. Rebounding from a ijoncon-. ference 13 to 3 loss to Tennessee State A and I University last week, the victory hungry Eagles scored one TD in the first period, two in the second, two m the third and racked up one final marker in the fourth. The Eagles’ reserves allowed the Bulls their only score in the fourth frame. -The gallant but outclassed ■ Golden Bulls threatened during the first haU and dominated much of the play in the first period. NCC’s first break, how ever, came via a touchback when the two clubs appeared to exchange fumbles, with NCC gaining possession on the NCC 8 yard line. Amos Thornton, NCC halfback and co-captain dashed eight yards to the Ea gles’ 16. On the next play, Je rome Evans, halfback and co captain, scampered 84 yards for the Eagles’ frst TD. Evans con verted to put NCC ahead 7 to 0. In the second quarter, NCC started a TD march on their own 42. Albert Montgomery, the Eagles’ sophomore quarter back, passed to Thornton on the 15. Thornton, eluding two Smith gridders, scored stand ing up from the 15. Evans’ con version try missed fire. NCC * 13, Smith, 0. Finding the range with his passes, Montgomery heaved for another TD later to Cornelius E^son, reserve back, in the end zone in a play that carried 39 yards. Deral Webster’s conver sion try was wide. NCC 19, Smith 0. The Smith eleven stiffened its resistence and threatened continuously during the third period. After an exchange of punts, Montgomery intercepted Haywood Renwisk’s pass on the Smith 36 and dashed to the 45. On the next play, the NCC fore ward wall provided perfect blocicing for Thornton as he scooted for a 45 yard sprint to a touchdown. NCC 25, Smith-0. The third period furnished plenty of fireworks with the Eaglet scoring two touchdowns that were nullified by penalties. Oscar Turner, NCC back, ripped off a 70 yard run that was cancelled because of a penalty and Leon Holley, alter nate fullback, had a 30 yard TD jaunt, erased because of an infraction. Hillside Defeats Dillard High]NCC Eagles Play Hotf To A»es In Thanksgiving Day Classic ’The power packed HillsidQ. Captain Joe Johnson made a'points to give them 206 points Hornets came back to scOTe a! j perfect kick from placement tojij, eight tilts. The 1951 eleven scored their 206 points in eleven two touchdowns in the third period to defeat a stubborn Dil lard High School eleven on the water soaked turf in Goldsboro, Friday, November 5, and ex tended their victory string to eleven consecutive games in" eluding three wins from last season. Dillard wbs the first to score when Pete Lane, Goldsboro halfback, intercepted a pass on the Hillside 40 yard line and re turned it to the Hillside 15. Af ter two incomplete passes^ John Hubbard passed to Lane for the score just prior to inter mission. Raymond Smith con verted. In the third period, Hillside scored its first touchdown when an attempted pass by Lane waa intercepted by quarterback Fred Rogers and r^urned' 40 yards to paydirt. The extr; point attempt was missed. The hornets, behind for 40 Ktri I make the score 13-7. The last touchdown was set. , , , up by Haywood Brown and Including the state Emmett “Red” Tilley. On thq; champlonsWp fiMls wUch they kickoff after Hillside’s touch down, Raymond Smith, Golds boro halfback, was tackled on. the one yard line by Haywood Brown and on the next play “Red” Tilley blocked Lane’s punt, which was covered byr Hillside end Ben Miles on the three yard line. Two plays later, “Luddy” McClain crashed over for the final marker. Joe John son converted to complete the scoring for the night. Hillside will play here next week the unbeaten and highly touted Adkins High eleven of Kinston in a game which will decide the eastern champion ship of the state. The winner of this game gets a berth in ^the state championship finals. The Hornelts, in their game lost to Dudley High of Greens boro. Bears Favored To Beat Pirates games, lost four and tied two. The contest will celebrate “Citizens” Day when distin- against Geldsboro, tied the' guished citizens of the State first time this season, seemed three year old scoring record will be introduced during half- to ciitch fire and late in the samel set in 1951 by one of the great-j time activities. Dr. Carl Mur- period marched 79 yards in | est teams in Hillside History,' Phy, chairman of the Morgan seven plays to score the winning which was sparked by Thomas State College Board of Trus- touchdown. This drive was Wilson and John Covington, ^ tees, will welcome them. The Bears have Improved Its offensive and defensive play steadily since a non-conference loss early in the season. BALTIMORE, Md. The Morgan State Bears are favored to master their peren nial foe, the Hampton Institute Pirates, when they meet Satur day, November 13, In Morgan’s rugged linemen, are still smart- Hughes Stadium. In 26 previous i^g from the 15-6 loss suffered meetings, Morgan has won 21 at the hands of the Eagles in .DURHAM North Carolina College’s 1053 defending CIAA champions play host to the A. and T. Aggies at O’Kelly Field in Durham on Thanksgiving Day, November 25. The game, which will mark the 21st meeting between the two institutions, will be reeled off on N.CC.’s O’Kelly Field at 2:00 pjn. A. and T. holds the edge over the Eagles having won 12 of the 21 tussles with two games ending in ties. An estimated 20,00 fans may see the two teams in their last CIAA regulation grid encounter. BiU Bell’s Aggies, loaded with an array of fleet backs and sparked by the deceptive run- j two of Hillside’s all time greats, ning of wingback “Luddy” Me- j The Hornets wept into the Clain, who crashed over for the game having scored 186 points score from the four yard stripe, in seven contests and scored 20 The Bulls fought valiantly in the tliird period. Renwick in tercepted a pass from Ed Hud son, NCC frosh quarterback, and put the ball in play on the Eagles’ nine yard tripe. A fast charging NCC line shook the Bulls up considerably and Bax- ter HoUman, Eagle tackle, re ceived for NCC on the 9 yard line. John Baker, Jr., giant Eagle full back, scared from the four yard line in the second oi two carries. Webster converted to put NCC out front 32 to 0. Midway the fourth quarter, Robert Price, NCC’s Charlotte sophomore reserve quarterback, intercepted Renwick's pass oil the NCC 40 and dashed 60 yards for the score. Webster failed to connect with the extra point. Smith’s lone tally came late in the fourth period. The TD march began on the Bulls’ 4. It was tUghlighted by Ted Towe’s 59 yard run and a 34 yard pass play from Renwick to Bob Partlow. Renwick failed to convert, and the ‘game^ended with NCC ahead 38 to 6. NORTH CAROLINA DURHAM COUNTY NOTICE Notice of dissolution of BILTMORE HOTEL AND grill, a partnership Notice is hereby given that the partnership of Lathrop W -Alston and Henry Ward as part ners, conducting the business of a Hotel and Restaurant under the firm name and style of BILTMORE HOTEL AND GRILL has this day been dis solved by mutual consent. Lathrop W. Alston will col lect all debts owing to the firm and pay all debts due by the firm. This 25th day of October 1954. Lathrop W. Alston and Henry Ward formerly doing business as BILTMORE HOTEL AND GRILL William A. Marsh, Jr. Attorney November 13, 20, 27 and Dec. 4 1954. IMmiiiini! k THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL ANNUAL CAROLINA CLASSIC NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE "EAGLES" VS. A. AND T. COLLEGE "ACGIES" North Carolina College’s O’Kelly Field DURHAM, _NORTH CAROLINA THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1954 KICKOFF 2KK) P. M. ADMISSION (Tax Included) $2.50 1953. Lonnie “The Little Magi cian” Hall, senior - quarterback from Greensboro; Spencer Gwynn, Reidsville fullback; and Arthur “Big Red” Jones, senior tackle from Greenville, S. C., have been the mainstays for the Aggies this season. Hall has been an effective field general for the Aggies. Football de votees around Greensboro are saying he may be greater than William “Red” Jackson, former Aggie quarterback great. Gwynn, a senior, is a pile driver and an excellent pass receiver. As a fullback, the hef- Ity Reidsville lad caught 11 of Hall’s passes in the 1953 season. Jones, biggest man on the squad at 248 pounds, moves his weight very effectively at the tackle slot. An All-Conference selection in 1952 and in 1953, Jones is seeking All-America honors this season. Jones, Reu ben Phillips, Brooklyn junior and Phillip Collins, senior from Edgewater, Ind., form the bulk of the Aggie forward wall. N.C.C.’s All-America Amos Thornton, senior halfback from Norfolk, Albert “Money” Mont- gomery and Co-Captain Jerome Evans, Goldsboro product, will spearhead the Eagles’ offensive attaA. Thornton, a dynamic little speedster, has sparkled on kickoff returns this season. 2 PINT 3 4/5 QUART In the opening game against St. Augustine, the pint-sized half back streaked 59 yards with the opening kickoff. Evans has been the Eagles’ most consistent ground gainer, averaging 6.0 yards in 51 carries. The Goldsboro ex-GI played his best game against Hampton, rolling up 162 yards rushing. Montgomery, Gastonia sopho more, has improved consider ably at the quarterback slot and his punting has been a prime factor in the Eagles’ victories this season. Otto "Little Beaver” Harvey, PYancis McGee, Charles Floyd, Matthew Jack Aikens and Claude Mayfield are the Eagle standouts on the front line. Harvey, Elizabeth City lad, has developed into one of the smartest linebackers in the CIAA. He is shifty, rugged and aggressive. McGee, senior ex GI, has developed i^to a 60 minute man at ther guard slot Charles Floyif, ''Wii^n senior, weighing only 16j/pounds, has held his own at the end position. Floydihas been outstanding on offense and on defense. Boone, Hampton junior, was an all-Tidewater tackle in his high school and he has lived up to all expectations for Coach Riddick’s charges. Jack ‘Mighty Msn’ Aikens, looms as a great all conference pro prospect. Ai kens, Charlotte junior, handles his duties at the guard slot with the gceatest efficiency. Perhaps the finest tackle to perform for a Riddick aggrega tion is Claude “Big May” May field. Mayfield, Suffolk senior, has as his specialty, recovering fumbles at crucial moments. When Maryland State threaten ed in the dying minutes of the first half, 1 Mayfield broke through to recover an Andy Dement fumble to breat the Hawks’ threat. A. and T. N.C.C. predictions are that the 1954 game in Dur ham will be an offensive show between Hall and Eddie Fa vors of the Aggies and Thorn ton, Evans and Montgomery of the Eagles. James “Jimmy” Stevens, for mer Aggie aide, is with the Eagles this season as line coach. Stevens has developed one of the stronger lines in aepia grid Wrcles. WARNING! Buy Your HUNTING UCENSE Early- Don’t wait until the last minute. You’ll have to stand in line, lose your time. Buy your license NOW and be ready to hunt where the season opens, November 25th! > AL$0 - SEE OUR COMPLETE STOCKS OF Shotguns (all guages) Rifles Hunting Coats and Pants • , Boots & Caps EASY PAYMENTS ARRANGED W. C. LYON HARDWARE CO. 213 EAST CHAPEL HILL STREET THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME National Foofball Classie CIAA CHAMPIONS MIDWESTERN^CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4-2:00 P. M. Greensboro Stadium SFONSOBED BT THE CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIA’nON DON’T MISS IT CARSTAIM B*Ot 0«TIUJ«l CO. *6, wr YO«t i. ■ WJttY, M PtOOf. TJX «Aim«UTMt JflWTI FmAL HOME GAME ★ ★ ★ A. AND T. AGGIES vs. VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE ★ ★ ★ GREENSBORO SiTADlUM SATURDAY-NOV. 1^ 2:00 P. M. Admission $2.00 Final Standings Still In Doubt with the football season past the half-way mark, there is still doubt as to which teams will appear in the National Football Classic to be held here Saturday December 4, when the cham pionship aggregations from the CIAA and the Mid Western Ath letic Conference meet in one of the most important gridiron clashes In their histofT. TlM winner ot this event will in all probability take the mythical national flag. As far as the Mid Western group is concerned, it appears at the moment, a tow-up be tween undefeated Tennessee State University of NashTille, and Grambling College of Lou- isiana^ Both are undefeated in conference play. Representation trom the CIAA is not so clear as Morgan and Delaw^ State, each unde- feated.yttili fa^ the threat of North/caroUna CoUe^, and Maryland State, each of which has been tied once, and Virginia Union and Virginia State, each with a single defeat. No one can predict what might happen. The game is set for the Greensboro Stadixmi begin ning at 2:00 P. M., LOW PRICED GOOD TRANSPORTATION 41 FORD $100 48 KAISER-Door 200 40STUDEBAKER-4Door . .. 250 48 HUDSON-Door 300 48NASH-4Door 350 49FORD-4Door . 400 YOU DON’T RAVE TO PAT A LOT OF MONEY 10 BUY A GOOD USED CAB AT UNIVERSITY MOTORS (Incorporated) 9-1931 806 WEST MAIN STREET 9-lf31 Authorized DODGE and PLYMOUTH DEALEB USED CAR LOT OPEN TIL 9:00 P. M. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY years 6 oU 2 I PINT $3.80 41S Qf. 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