(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2
HE WaVNESVILLE mountainffr
Marion Here Friday
Several Changes In Line
up Made; Team Will Be
Waynesville will have the second
football jfanie of the season at
Township Stadium Friday nig-ht
with the opening kickoff s(t for
8:15 instead of 8:30 as was pre
viously announced. The Mountain
eers will meet an improved Marion
eleven. Marion was undefeated
last season and was acclaimed
Western North Carolina champions.
The local gliders came through
the 25 to 0 win over Murphy last
week with only minor injury, and
the Uam is expected to be working
much smoother than in the open
ing game. Coach Weatherby has
been putting the boys through
rather hard practice this week
trying to brush out the kinks that
showed up with Murphy. Due to
weather conditions the first of the
week, indoor practice was had with
blackboard practice and putting in
new plays, tut as the weather
cleared they wnv given tough
workouts on '.he field.
Although Marion has lost the
two opening games of their season,
one of them to Canton, they are
expected to iiring a strong aggre
gation to Wayn sville, and the
locals will have to niustiT all the
strength th can to meet them.
Coach Wiatherhy announced
that several rhanges would le made
in tin lineup for the iranie Friday
due to injury and the swi'ciiing of
positions of the players.
The Wayiiesville hand will again
he on hand with th' ir march music
The probable starting lineup as
announced yesterday by Coach
Weatherby will find Collins and
Troutman at the end positions,
Scates and Medford, tackles; Cald
wtll, Knight or Moore at the guard
spots; Jaynes at center. In the
back Held, at the halfbacks, Fie and
Scruggs; Teague at Quarter and
Captain Evans at fullback.
The officials for the game will
be Munday, of Champion Y, referee,
Buchanan, umpire and Tony Davis
as headlinesman, with Carver act
ing as field judge.
Eleven, 34 To 6
Stamey galloped 47 yards for a
touchdown soon after the game
opened and F. Hardin plunged over
from the two in the same period.
Rickman took a lateral and ran
40 yards for another Canton touch
down in the second quarter and
Smathers slashed off tackle for 22
yards and the fourth score before
the half ended. Bentley recovered
a blocked kick in the end zone for
RG J. Ward
RT H. Hardin
QB B. Smathers
RH F. Hardin
Score by periods:
Canton Black Bears Travel To Erwin,
Tennessee, For Game Friday Night
(Special to The Mountaineer)
After defeating Marion 39 to 13
and Warren Wilson 34 to 6 on their
home field, the Canton High Black
'Bears will take to the road for
'their next two football games. This
Friday night they will go to Er
win. Tennessee, for a game with
In Opener 25 to 0
Defensive Play Of Team
Showed Up Well In
The Waynesville Mountaineers
opened their 1943 football season
last Friday night by trouncing
Murphy high 25 to 0, before ap
proximately !KI0 fans on the local
The local gridets stopped any
attempt that the Murphy eleven
would attempt to make toward their
goal allowing them no first downs
at all and keeping the ball cons
tantly in Murphy territory.
Waynesville scored in each of
the quarters with the first coming
after a 45 yard drive using straight
power plays and end runs when
Evans cracked over Center from
the 5-yard marker. An attempted
pass from Scruggs to Fie was in
complete. Fie accounted for the second
score late in the second period after
a threat had been broken up by
Murphy on the 5 yard line and the
ball went over to the visitors. Re
ceiving a short Murphy punt on
the visitors 30 yard marker and
returning it to the 11, and driving
up to the 2 in two plays, Fie skirt
ed left end to score standing up.
Another attempted pass from
Scruggs to Fie failed to connect
for the extra point.
The third touchdown came late
in the third quarter after a march
by the Mountaineers from Murphy's
46 with Evans and Fie doing most
of the carrying. Evans skirted the
end from the 15 to make the tally.
Evans also cracked through center
for the extra point.
After taking a bad punt deep in
Murphy territory the locals advanc
ed down to the 1 yard line where
teague plowed through center for
the last score of the game. An
attempted pass from Scruggs to
Teague was incomplete for the
point after touchdown.
The Waynesville high school band
was on hand to furnish music and
entertainment before the game and
again at the half, forming the
large letters "W" and "M" for
Waynesville and Murphy.
RH Ralph Phillips
Score by periods:
Waynesville 6 6 7 firf25
Murphy 0 0 0 X)'-M o
Subs: Waynesville McClure.
Messer, Griffin, Byrd, Burgijp, iJ?as4
mond runups, lirafil, UomptaoV
Allison, Moore and Teague. ' Miir
tihv Wilson. Rogers. McDonald.
Carringer, Guthrie, Taylor, Beaverrj-
finl RWk Bear marker in the:"" u
fourth. Fowler made three extra! Subs: Canton Khymer, H. riess., j Erwin High and the following f n
Ipoints on placekicks and Carroll , Henson, G. Mease, F. Miller, Press- day night they will go to Morgan
added another. W Powell, B. Mease, Shepherd, ton for their annual game with the
Rnrnhniiirh rammed over from, J. Miller. Ivester. Cline, fowler. Moreanton Wildcats.
Canton high's Black Bears scored h fnlr for Warren Wilson's Warren Wilson Whitlock, Buck-j Black Bear officials
tneir second straignt decisive vic-jf hi in tn tnjr(i Quarter !ner, Kunistein, C. Robinson
tory of the season last Friday night I ft sustained 77-vard march. Ibough.
will mark the first meeting between
Canton and Erwin, and -in fact will
be the first time a Black Bear team
has ever left the State for a game.
Nothing is known here of the
strength, or style of play of Erqrta.
However Coach Isbell usually
turns out a good team year in and
year out and the Black Bears are
expecting tough competition.
by trouncing Warren Wilson jun
ir)r college, 34 to 6.
.The Black Bears quickly put the
game on ice in the hrst nail.
Offensivelv the Black Bears have
had hoped j locked impressive in their first two
Rum- to have the Erwin game at Canton, I games, but there are a lot oi rougn
but when it was learned that the i spots to De smoomeu uchh,
.Tennessee outfit could not come to they can expect to cope with the
Mrs. M. A. Poteate has returned j North Carolina this year, a game tough opposition that is expected
from Murphy where she visited her was arranged at Erwin with a re- i from the remaining foes On their
son, Edwin foteate. iturn game nere next season, mis ischcuujc. i icw .
week are being dev - .
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