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Mountaineers Free-Wheel 20-0 Over Betsy Cyclones
By W. Cl'RTIS Rl'SS
The way the powerful arjf[
smooth-elleking Mountaineers play
ed football at Elizabethton tYenn.)
Friday night will be renumbered
there a long time aftty Davey
Crockett is forgotten. The Moun
taineers came out of tint- game with ?
everything but a deed to the stadi
The Cyclones of Elizabethton
were hold scoreless by a rather
stingy and rion - compromising
Mountaineer line, as the hard
rushing beeks from WTHS pushed !
over 20 pciints in one of the best
games of the season for the Jaynes
rvreilty llapes fell like fall leaves
on tide East Tennessee stadium, as
13 [Penalties were Inflicted and six
others ^refused. Waynesville gave
up BOlltts in eight penalties while
thk> C^^mcs lost 55 yards in five
'The Mountaineers looked like
they might have gone t6 Elizabeth
ton via Oak Ridge, and while there
sampled some atomic power.
In the first quarter, the Moun
taineer immovable line held the
Cyclones to four downs, with minor
gains, on two different occasions.
Elizabethton kicked to Waynes
ville's 17 and on the first Moun
taineer play there was a fumble
and Cyclone back Johnny Taylor
pounced on the ball on Wavnes
!ville's 25?the nearest the E. T.
aggregation came to the goal line.
Once again, the Mountaineers dug
their heels deep into the turf and
held for downs.
A penalty keot the Mountaineers
from making a first down, and once
again the storv was reoeated with
Waynesville holding for downs.
I Neal Palmer took the Cyclone punt
on a fair catch on the 50 as the
The Mountaineer'line oaved the
wav for smooth sailing for the
backs to lug the leather via land
and air to the one-vard line, when-*
Fullbaek Hueh Grastv crashed over
I for the touehdown. Hooper fol
lowed the same pattern to add the
I extra noint.
Elizabethton sprang back in what
looked l'ke it eould add up to
trouble for the Mountaineers, as
they struck bv air and picked up 8.
but on a fake punt, tried to oa?s.
which was cut short bv the WTHS
line which sliooed through to play
havoc with the Passing, as the
Mountaineers took over.
Quarterback Sammv Lane passed
to End Tom Sosrks who picked up j
25. and went to the 10 On the next
Play QB Lane sneaked over the i
coal. whTfe Grastv hung up the
extra point bv a line buck.
As the half ended Waynesville
The third ouarter was a shower
of flaes, with Wavnesville gettinc
'hree Penalties on almost as main
consecutive p'avs ? a joss of 85
I' Q PeJ e Qta/1 1/ I !*i ?> V?/it lit rl eonnn/l
3n vards in two nertsVtiec
Ou the ooen'P" lock-ofT .lire
Rilev. Cvelorv> hark nicked u" 1R
vards foe what looked like a Nor- j
ricape mi"ht he in the makin" hw*
the Mountaineers Ouieklv took the
wind out of the threat, and the
Tenne?=eans spft'. d do" 11 *(> a ;
h ceezc. Wavnesvllle started on
their o"n ?"i and made ootid "
b"t fai'ed by a yard or to over
come the 35 vards of inflicted pen
On an exchange of kirk? and 30
vards of penalties a?ain?t the Pv
e'onec Tfvrtnr kiek?d to Perot!
Heonpa- on his 35 n' he signaled for
a fa|r C"teh.
The Moitntainenrs started on'
from there fiVo ? honso or Ofo am'
"?ore on the Elirahethton 10 as the
third ouarter ended
In )e?; than a minute after the
fourth quarter started, the score
was run up to 20 as Lane scattpd
across for the second time of the
evening. Jry f?'' extra point failed.
The game see-sawed back and
forth until.Cvelone Riley intercept
ed a Mountaineer pass and went
20. hut their threat failed to ma
terialize as the WTHS linesmen
plt-yed a greater part of the time in
the Elizabethton Secondary.
Elizabethton had the ball on
their own 25 with 29 seconds to
nlay, and the ball was not far from
that point when the game ended.
The Cyclones tried 15 passes,
with or-" eoing rieht into the hands
i f tih' pr nti 1 he.
lot it slip from his hands.
Johnny Holtzdaw. Johnny Tay
lor Jim Riloy. and Hack Hyder
took top honors for the C> clones.
As for ton honors for the Moun
taineers, let s he fair-?it was the
?->nli-> squad. Thev worked as per
fcettonists a little over-anxious
at times, hut the Cyclone backs
seldom heard a cheer for a eain
11 ev made neainst* the stead-fast
?> in- inn- i no mountaineer DfleKs
ran with power and handled the
hall with nreci'ion.
The WTHS band showed East
Tennessee =ome more eood Tar
Heel maneuvers and nlayed for
them some snaopv music.
Instead of opening the pa me with
the tradi*ionnI National Anthem,
the Eli/abethton came was opened
with prayer, which was offered by
a minister from the nress box.
First downs 10 2
Vards rushing 215 44
Passes attempted 4 12
Passes completed 2 4
Vards passing 24 20
Punts 3 6
Puntine average 34 37 1
Tumbles recovered 1 1
Penalties 8 5
Vards lost penalties 80 55
Waynesville 0 14 0 6?20
Eli?abethton 0 0 0 0? 0
tscorine 2nd nuarter. f?ra?tv fi;
Hooner 1: Lane 6; Grasty 1. Fourth
ouarter. Lane 6.
Wavnesville 0 14 0 fi?20
Elizabethton 0 0 0 0? 0
Bill Jurges. Washineton Senator
roach. is responsible for the in
field trial Jack Brandt received
this snrine Jurees. while helning
coach St. Louis Cardinal infielders.
noticed how well Brandt fielded
eround balls. Brandt was an out
fielder at Rochester.
Bonn Hearn la putting In bis
27th and final season as baseball
coach at North Carolina.
NOTICE OF SALE
On Monday. December 3. 1956
at 1100 o'elock A M . at the Court
Ilou?r door in the Town of Wavnes
vi'V. N C.. I will offer for sale at
publie outcrv to the h'"he?t bid
der for cash the followine de
scribed lands and oreinises. situ
ate. ivine and beintf in Piveon
Townshio. Havwood County, North
BEGINNING on a stake oh the
South hank of an old roadway
about 16 feet above an aoole tree,
and runs thence S 63? E Dassine
the aDnle tree and- runnine with
public road 337 feet to a stake:
thence S. 71? F 104 feet to a stake
in the J. R. Harden line: thence
I with that line N 1(5? W 172 feet
to a stakp. A E. Peak corner
thence with cnid Peak line N. 70?
W 1*0 feet to a stake: thence N
74? 1 <5? W. 217 feet to the RE
GTWTNG. containing One-ttalf
Acre more or lecc said land heine
a nort of the S. R. Harden Estale
AL^ftfEWG the jdontical nron
ertv ^^ptyerl to J E Sick et iiv
hv A E Peak et ux by dped dated (
December 7 194* and recorded in/
Book 176 naee 319. Haywood Coun-!
Sale niado pursuant to the now-j
or and aiitboritv conferred u"on |
the nndercioned Triictee hv that
deed of trnct dated .Tannarv 2*
evecnteri b< J E Si?k and
wife Gepjevo Sick recorded in J
Book ion naee 49 Wavwood Conn- ;
tv Re?ictrv to which incfrnment
and record reference ic hereby* .
tnado C0r alt the termc and condi
tions thereof default havincr been
made in tbo navment of the indobt
e(ta?? therebv cecnred
This November t 1QS6
V t WARD. Trustee
CARROLL IIOOPFR goes for yardage against Flizabethtnn. as
his teammate Ilugh Grasty, No. 80, throws a bloek. Coming on
the play is Charlie Uueks. No. lil (Mountaineer Photo).
JULIAN BAILEY. KWzabethton halfback, got a half yard before
Jimmy Byrd. WTHS center brought him down in the second quar
ter. (Mountaineer Photo).
The Party For You ?
Not Just The Few
Vote The Straight Democratic
Ticket On Tuesday, Nov. 6
?Paid Political Adv.
Canton Flattens Erwin
50-6 For Eighth Straight
The Cantoi) Black Bears con
tinued to journey down Victory ;
Lane, as they rolled trp their
eighth straight win Friday night
bv trouncing Erwin 30 to 6 on the
j Canton Field.
Billy Stamcy scored three
; touchdowns and Dayid Burch two
as the Black Bears ran at will dur
ing the game
Starr,.?y scored the first of two
| touchdowns in the first quarter
j on a 29-vard run and Charles
Duke kicked the first of six extra
Burch scored later in the quarter
on a 25-yard run.
In the second quart erf Canton
end Tom Williams tackled .lack
j Young in the end zone for a safe
ty and on the last play of the first
j half, Stamey ran 11 yards for a
Dewayne Milner returned tlve
j second half kickoff 87 yards for a
touchdown and David Rurch ran
for six yards for the 35ih point
and Duke kicked the point.
Rob Face and Mike Clark com
bilird on a 46-vard touchdown pace
in the fourth quarter. Reynolds
scored its lone tally midway of
the quarter .on a 28-yard run by
Reynolds kicked off and Stamcy
returned it 82 yards and Duke
kicked the point to end the seorjnp
Reynolds 0 0 0 6? 6
Canton 14 9 14 13 5(i |
Reynolds scoring: touchdown ? |
Clark (28, run).
Canton scoring: touchdown1!
Stamey 3 (29. 11. runs, 83. kick- i
off return': Burch 2 *25, run, (i
plunge); Milner (87. kk-knff re
turn); Clark (4(j, pass from Pacer
First downs 7 19
Rushing yardage 85 280
Passes attempted 6 11
Passes completed 2 5
Passing yardage 18 122
Passes intercepted 0 1
Yds. gained Int'rc'pt'n 0 1
Punting avvrage 25 10
Yds. kicks returned 81 182
Fumbles lost 3 1
Yards penalized 5 106
Issued At Clyde
Coach Brown Griffin plans to
start basketball practice Wednes- j
day at the Clyde high, in what
promises to be an excellent year !
for the Cardinal Cagers. Only
two boys were lost from last
year's squad. and the coarh sees
A "better balanced girls' team
The squad is In fine shape,
Coach Griffin said, and he ex
peets one of the school's best
teams this season.
Thirty members of the Noire
Dame football team are of Irish
Friday will be a jammed-pack
ed football day in Haywood, wltii
three games ? all of the last
games for as many schools.
The Mountaineers will play host
to the heavy-lined, and fast backs
of Owen High ? a team that has ;
been setting a fast pace in the J
Blue Ridge Conference this sea- j
son. The game is at 7:30 WTHS j
The Canton Black Bears will
meet the Lee Kdward Maroons on
the Canton field, also 7:30 Friday
night, in one of the top games of j
The Sylva Hurricanes will come |
over from the capitol of Jackson j
Friday afternoon to meet the t
Bethel Blue Demons on the lot-1
This Friday ends the regular
schedule for the season.
I'se Mountaineer Want Ads
Brown Won Title
With Broken Hand
NEW YORK (AFi ? Joe Brown
made history when he won the ?
lightweight title Experts believe
it was the first time a contender
ever won a boxing title with a
broken hand. Champions who de
fended crowns with injured hands
include Barney Ross against
Ceferino Garcia and Joe Louis a
gainst Tommy Farr.
Clyde Lions To Begin
Annual Light Bulb Sale
The Clyde Lion's Club will
launch its annual house-to-house
sale of light bulbs Monday, Novem
ber 5. with the kick-off at 5 p.m.
Members will meet at the Cagl*
Funds derived from the sale will
go to the Lion's fund for signt
Sam Abbott is chairman of the
Jimmy Demaret averaged 71.42
strokes per 18 holes for his first
38 rounds of tournament golf in
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