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jgTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
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lafeers Prepare Fw. AslfaeviBi
Mountaineers Topple Christ School
prom List Off Unbeaten Grid Teams
u Waynesville Mountaineers
The marrh toward an
I5ed season on the local field
fdelc afternoon when they
25 to 0. The at-
we at the game fell off some.
JjJm compared with previous
's?'ifrrirs hold high ratings in
.eh as neither had felt the
ot defeat, and both teams
Z fuffered in that injuries ana Georgia Rallies
orovent-d several of the bama, 21-10.
Canton Bears Nose
H fft fd S , Out Asheville Team
N. C. State whips Carolina 21-14.
to Whip Ala-
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faiKd to see ""- - uiiKe zo-i.
Georgia Tech Routes
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' VM-h-r t am managed to reach Wake Forest Comes From Be
. 'T jir in thj irst 'period, although hind To Lick Clemson, 19-6.
'1 j,UM'aineers marched down ;
,w Cv School 21 only to have Brevard Coll -go Beaten By Cata-
intercept a pass to mounts of Cullowhee, 20-0.
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Wisconsin Knocks Ohio State Off
Tulahe Trips Vanderbilt, 28-21.
Tennessee Vols Tear Up L.
Pepper Martin Mentioned
New Dodger Manager.
Team In Land.
.'oa'l e'irly in the second Unbeaten List, 17-7.
ry 'after a drive late in the first
inner put them deep in Christ
jthool territory. Arrington plung
hrorph 1 ft t::ckle from the 2-yard
jjre for the first score of the game.
Hie try for conversion was no good
ifcen the visitors knocked down a
The locals again threatened late
,D ths second period when they ad
duced down to the Christ School
3) only to have the visitors plug
.jp the gaps in the line and the ball
tent over to Christ School.
Waynesville managed to cross
He goal two times in the third
period, the first coming early in
tie Quarter when Arrington inter
red a Greenie pass on the visi-
's 40 and managed to drive to
lie 29 before being stopped. On
ike next play, Henry spirted left
(id for the remaining 29 yards and
Arrington drove' over left guard
to convert the extra' point.
Late in the same period, Henry
raived a Christ School boot on
kis own 30 and fought his way to
it Christ School 44 and on the
next play broke away and carried
down to the one where Arrington
plowed through center to score.
A pass for the extra point was
Waynesville was well on their
ay to another score when the per
iod ended, the ball being on the
nsitor's 15 after Henry had re-
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excess clothes hangers,
that are in good condi
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When you send in dry
cleaning be sure to send
along a hanger.
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North Carolina State Leads
Teams Of State In Games Won.
turned a Christ School punt to the
Greenies 27 and Arrington and Fie
carrying down to the 15.
After driving down to the Christ
School one-yard line, Henry cracked
over left guard for the final Moun
taineer tally. A pass for the extra
point was knocked down.
The Greenies began their only
threat of the game in the last per
iod when they took to the air and
marched down to the locals 18
where the Mountaineers dug in and
held for downs.
The Mountaineers chalked up 16
first downs to the visitors 7, but
the Greenies were in their fighting
the whole time.
The Waynesville High School
Band was on hand to furnish music
and marching demonstrations be
fore the game and at the half-time.
We believe they put on one of the
best demonstrations of the year at
the half. At first they saluted the
visiting team by forming the let
ters "C S". This was followed by
the letters "G S" in honor of the
Girl Scouts who had a representa
tion there to carry their colors and
the United States Flag. Maneuv
ering up the field they then formed
a large anchor and played "Anchors
Away." From the anchor they
formed a large "V" from which
they went into the "W".
Little Miss Jacquilan Berry seem
to hold the limelight in the band.
Dressed in her little majorette cos
tume and twirling her baton just
like a veteran, and performing in
Pos. Waynesville C. School
LE Jackson .... Luke
LT Coin Benett
LG Evans ; Hutson
C H. Jaynes ...................... Harris
RG Caldwell . Christie
RT Clark - Malett
RE B. Jaynes Morgan
QB Henry Waters
LH Fie .. White
RH Harris Stratford
FB Arrington Clark
Score by periods:
Waynesville 0 6 13 625
Christ School 0 0 0 0- 0
Scoring touchdowns: Arrington
2, Henry 2. Points after touch
down, Arrington 1.
Substitutions: Waynesville, MC
Clure, Scruggs, Owens, Yount, Gib-
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The Canton Black Bears scored
a pair of touchdowns Saturday
night and then beat off a late rally
by Asheville School to net a 13-12
victory on the Canton gridiron be
fore 1,200 yelling fans.
Coach Poindexter's eleven spot
ted the Blues a single marker in
the second quarter and then roared
back to tie proceedings on a beau
tiful 74-yard run by G. Stamey in
the same period.
Th: Ri'ars picked up another
marker in the final installment and
then succumbed to a passing at
tack that enabled the Blues to move
wi'h n one point of a deadlocked
Ga tint was the big boy for the
visitors, passing for most of Ashe
ville School's gains. In the second
o riod he flipped an lS-yard pass
o End Linscoinl), who ran the re
nainimr 15 yards for the game's
first score. i
However, the scene changed aU
mosi, immediately' when G. Stanley
set sail for pay dirt on his 74-yard
sprint. The run came three plays
ifter the Blues had broken the ice.
The first half ended, 6-6.
In the final period Carroll block
ed an Asheville School punt on the
Blues' :?8, and Chapman picked
up the ball and scampered across
the goal lne for a touchdown. H.
Smathers kicked for the point.
Late in the game the Blues open
ed up with their arial attack and
got their last marker, Gannt pass
ed from the Canton 30 to the 10.
He tossed another pair to Manley,
the last falling into Manley's arms
across the goal line.
Asheville School held the upper
hand in first downs, 8 to 3.
Pos. Canton A. School
LE Sorrells Widman
LT Hipps Banks
LG R. Stamey Wright
C Carroll Hardwick
RG Pressley Carr
RT White Straus
RE Chapman Lipscomb
QB Owen Gannt
LH Hardin Rich
RH II. SmVthers Manley
FB Soesbee Crawford
Score by periods:
Asheville 0 6 0 612
Canton 0 6 0 7-13
Asheville scoring touchdowns:
Lipscomb, Hanley: Canton, Stamey,
Chapman. Extra point, H. Smath
ers (placement). .
Subs: Asheville, Hemdncks,. Zu-
kaski, Steketee, McLean: Canton,
Sutton, G. Stamey, B. Smathers,
Bill tL Slpf!
Of -TAB Pl-ffSBURGM V , t V
For NYA Training
Has Been Lowered
, The age requirements for per
sons desiring training for jobs in
defense industries has been low
ered, according to . Mrs. Jimmie
Boyd, personnel interviewer for
the National Youth Administra
tion. The age for girls has been low
ered to 17 and that for boys to 16,
it was learned from Mrs. Boyd,
who is in her office on the second
floor of the court house on Monday,
Tuesday and Friday of each week
for the purpose of taking applications.
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Death Claims W.
K. Horton, Former
Friends here have been notified
of the death of W. K. Horton, 69,
retired merchant and former busi
ness man of Waynesville, who died
at his home in Cleveland, Tenn.,
on Friday morning, following a
four years' Illness.
Mr. Horton was a native of
Madisonvillo, Tenn., but had re
sided in Cleveland, Tenn., for the
past several years. lie was in
business there until ill health
forced him lo retire,
Mr. Horton forrrtorly operated a
store in Waynesville, and during
the past two years he and his sis
ter, Miss Nan Horton, had spent
much time here. They resided for
several months in the home of
Mrs. J. W. Seaver and later leased
a cottage at Lake Junaluska. They
had many friends in this section.
Mr. Horton is survived by two
daughters,'- Miss Helen Horton, of
Silver Springs; Md., and Mrs. Lucy
Martin, of Washington, I). C; one
Miss Mabel Wyatt Is
High Scorer In Test
Miss Mabel Wvatt. who has been
employed in the military personnel
office of the hospital at Camp But
ner, N. C, since August 1, has been
informed that she won highest
score in the group of clerical work
ers who were given an intelligence
Miss Wvatt. is the dauirhter of
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wyatt of the
Balsam road. She is a graduate
of the Waynesville Township High
Eon, W. K. Horton, Jr., somewhere
in the South Pacific ; two sisters,
Miss Nan Horton, of Cleveland,
with whom he had resided since
the death of Mrs. Horton, and
Mrs. J. H. McCallie, of Livingston,
Ida.; one brother, C. C. Horton, of
Horses, like sheep, can be trained
to follow a leader. If you doubt
it just drop in at a race track.
Is Highly Rated
As Strong Outfit
Several Mountaineers On
Injured List Will Be Missed
TVip Wavneaville Mountaineers
will tangle with what is expected
to be their hardest team oi tne
season on the local gridions Friday
night at 7:30 when they meet tne
"B" team of the Asheville High
Mnrnnns The locals have an oDen
date for Friday and have secured (
this team which is rated as almost
as strong as the Maroon first team.
The locals will again b crippled
in that Jackson received a shoulder
injury in practice early in the week
and will not be able to play Friday.
Constance, who is also nursing an
Injured shoulder may see a little
action but his shoulder has not yet
improved to the point of being at
his full strength. Yount, who was
out last week due to illness has re
covered and will be at his usual
half back position.
Tonrb Wrathorbv had not fully
decided who would be placed at
the end in Jackson's place, but the
choice lies between Hoyle, Handers
It is expected that Asheville will
bring all of their players with the
exception of their regular starting
eleven. The reports from Ashe
ville are that the second team is
almost as good as the first and they
are coming over to upset the un
defeated record of the Mountain
eers, The Waynesville band will be on
hand as usual to demonstshrdl
hand as usual to perform before
the game and at the half.
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