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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, November 19, 1931, Image 3

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Brevard Blue Devils Lose To Strong Mars Hill Eleven 12-0 Coach Tilson'a Blue Pevils, fighting through for their best game of the season, met defeat at the hands of the Mars Hill Tigers on the local grid iron, to the tune of 12-0, Friday af ternoon. The visitors featured their attack "with cleverly executed end runs, bril liantly planned forward and lateral ? passes, while the B]ue Devils failed in their aerial maneoysrs. Mars Kill's Tigers ?on their first touchdown, early in the first quarter after two right end runs had netted them over 40 yards, and a short pass 12 yards, by a stiff center rush, which pushed the ball across. They failed to make the extra point. The second touchdown of the game, came in the fourth quarter, when the Tigers ad vanced swiftly down the field, thru the use of long passes and end runs, halting on the verge of the goal line for two downs and then carrying the ball over the center for six points. The iry for extra points failed. Edwards, visiting right half, and Stines, quarterback, starred for the Tigers, while Morgan, Schachner and Price were outstanding for the Blue Devils. Brevard kicked to Mars Hill for the opening play of the game. Mar3 Hill made a short gain, were held for several downs and punted, Morgan taking the ball. Schachner punted out for 45 yards and Mars Hill took the ball, running for 23 yards before being downed. The first touchdown followed shortly. | .Mars Hill kicked to Brevard. Bre- i vard fumbled, losing valuable yard- , age. Then ensued a spirited punting ; contest, while Schachner aritT Ed- ; wards rivaling for distance and yardage. T Stines slipped away for a 38 yard j end run early in the second quarter. 1 Mars Hill continued to gain steadily until the ball was given to the Devils on a fumble and Schachner ounted to the Tigers. Mars Hill fumbled and Brevard recovered, taking a 30 yard gain on the punt. Edwards, for Mars Hill, ran for a 35 yard end run in the latter part ! of the second half, the whistle blow ing for the half immediately after ho 1 was tackled. Action lessened perceptibly in the .second period, both teams relying more on passes and punts. Mars Hill kicked to Brevard, Price taking the ball and fighting desper ately for additional yardage. Schach ner passed to Morgan who stepped around right end for a 45 yard gain. Brevard fumbled to Mars Hill and the Tigers gained 12 yards by a right end run. Following in quick succession the Tigers gained 10 yards by a still' center rush and 16 through the use of a fast criss-cross pass. Mars Hill punted on her fourth down and Eng lish, of Brevard, took the ball for ten yards before being downed. Schachner punted for 40 yards and the Blue Devils recovered the ball. After a brief time out Schachner punted for 15 yards and Mars Hill took the ball, tearing down the field for 31 yards. The Tigers slipped around right end for 12 yards, beinK downed very near the goal line. A center rush carried the ball across. The try for extra point failed. Brevard received from Mars Hill East Fork News I We're glad to tell the world that our East Fork-Rosman road is being rocked and sanded, too. We have thought for a long time that ought to be done. Well, Selica, if you don't quit say ing things to us, we'll just tell you heaps of things that we didn't think worth telling, just to prove that we do sometimes have happenings in our community. We may have to tell you about folks going hungry and, well, we won't tell it now if you'll hush up. Now, aren't you afraid 'to say any ting about being home sick for news from East Fork and running that "sister" stuff. Folks might think you once had been a native of our section and that you and I might be some relation and you know neither of us would stand for that. The familes of Jule and Mitchell Reynolds have moved to Brevard. Jack Heath and family are moving this week to the Dodd place. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor of A Greer, S. C., and MJrs. Allison, of Nflr Cedar Mtn., visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heath last Thursday. Miss Josie Reynolds is spending some time with Mrs. T. B. Head. Mrs. Warriofc Mull and children, of Conestee, spent Sunday with Mrs. W. C. Gravely. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gravely an nounce the birth of a "daughter, Nov. 11. Dr. Cannon, of Pickens, was the attending physician. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Whitmire and daughter, Miss LaVerne, of Rosman, were Sunday guests of Mr. Whit J mire's aunt, Mrs. W. W. Gravely, Sr. Ralph Galloway and A. M. White spent Tuesday night of last week with Bob Gravely and Bill Dockins. . . ED HUGH LEE SENTECED TO * EIGHTEEN YEARS IN PEN Raleigh, Nov. 18 ? Ed Hugh Lee, Raleigh tax collector for 18 years, was sentenced to six to eight years in State's Prison Friday after plead ing guilty of misappropriation of city funds, found to reach nearly $50, 000, by Judge Walter Small. A stay in the sentence until December was ? , granted, during which time Lee will remain under his present $10,000 , bond. ? TRY OUR WANT ADS. * and kept the ball for the remainder of 1 the game. Brevard had five passes to ! [be incomplete during the last few ' minutes of play. Mars Hill inter- 1 cepted a Brevard pass as the whistle blew for the end of the tilt. The Line-ups: I Brevard Pos. Mars Hill | L. E. Price Davis: L. T. Davis Higginsi L. G. Wilson Owen . C. Pickelsimer E. Davis R. G. Meece Ball R. T. Pierce Jones R. E. Neal De Brewster F. B. Morgan Anderson R. H. Schachner Bailey ( L. H. Fullbright Clarke Q. B. Morris Stines Brevard Substitutions: Erwin for Morris, English for Fullbright, Hug gins. Mars Hill Substitutions: Ed wards for Clarke, Clarke for Ed wards. OtYicials: Referee, Harry Clayton; Umpire, Tony Trantham; Head Linesman, Jerry Jerome; Timers, Vernon Fullbright and F. Anderson. jCANTEEN MAKES NICE! ADDITION TO CAFE; ; ? The Canteen, Doc Galloway's pride I and, pleasure and a popular eating J place of Brevardites and Transylvan ians in general, has been improved | very much during the past week by j the addition of several private booths | in the large dining room. In addition to tl\e noat booths in j the front part of the building, much , improvement has beeiv done in the kitchen, making The Canteen an alto- ! gether high class cafe. RAMSEY IN CHARGE ; OF KIWANIS MEET Mayor Ralph H. Ramsey will have i charge of the program at the regular jj meeting of the Brevard Kiwanis Club I to be held Thursday at noon at the 1 1 England Home. !< "Town Affairs" will be the topic J Mayor Ramsey will discuss, giving ? to the members of the club an insight on things pertaining to the welfare j of Brevard. i CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many Friends, neighbors and relatives for ] their sympathy and consideration ex- f :ended us, during the short illness 1 ind death of our baby boy, Lloyd 1 Hoover Reece. c MR. AND MRS. 0. D. REECE <i MISS KEELS CHOSEN LEAGUE PRESIDENT Miss Sarah Keels, teacher in the Brevard High School, was elected president of the Kpworth League of the Methodist church at the annual election held Sunday evening. Jack Trantam was chosen vice president of the young people's group, while Mark Taylor Orr was elected secre tary and Carl Kilpatrick treasurer. Other officers of the League for the coming year will be appointed by Miss Keels at an early date. brevMIghgoes TO FRANKLIN FRIDAY The Brevard Blue Devils will meet the Franklin eleven, on the Franklin gridiron, Friday afternoon at 3:30. All persons interested in taking some of the football players to the field of :ombat in Franklin are urged to make plans with Coach Tilson at an early late. The Blue Devils are improving in Football skill at each practice and it s expected that the game with Frank in will be decidedly different from :he ones which have been played so 'ar this season. Coach Tilson and Manager Alfred Hampton are looking forward to the irst victory of the season when the Devils tackle the Franklin boys in the '"'riday tilt. The locals are in good ondition and the outlook is very iromising. Rev. Joe P. Mason Accepts Methodist Church Charge ? ? ? j The Rev. Joe P. Mason, for the , i past year Asheville District Evang- j elist of the M. E. Church, south, has) been assigned the Sandy Mush charge i in Madison and Buncombe counties, \ the charge comprising five churches. ! I Mr. Mason expects to move with j j his family to his new field within the!] next few days, the large territory be- 1 ing assigned him at the Western Carolina conference of the Methodist i church in Asheville last week, cover ing a radius of practically ten miles which will necessitate his residing in the field of his work. Churches to be served by the Rev. I Mr. Mason are the Big Sandy, Little j Sandy, Westerman Chapel, Teague's I Chapel and Chestnut Grove, two of the churches being in Madison county and three in the 'Leicester section of Buncombe county. The Brevard minister has had an exceptionally good year in the evan gelistic field, reporting over four hun dred conversions during the past 21 weeks, practically two hundred of these being accepted into the church as members. Rev. and Mrs. Mason and their in teresting family have many warm friends in Transylvania county, hav ing lived here for a number of years, and being very active in church and social activities of the community. Before entering the ministry as a regular member of the Western North Carolina Conference, the Rev. Mr. Mason was for a number of years engaged in the lumber business in this section of the state. Hobba ? I've half a mind to get married. . Dobbs ? Watch out! Reno's full of people who used only half their minHs in getting married. 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