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loiH, SUltlS rAlilS UI The VVayiiesviiie rtlOUiliaiiic7 Monday Atteriioun, September 12, 1949
Mountaineers In Second Week Of Drills For
4,000 See Bears
Win, 34-19, With
A biianl ill' Iniii In!ii .i!-. opened
the 19-1!) Iiii.ili.il! -ia,ni in Hay
wood .innl m.I...- 1. 1. hi as a
highly inn :.i-. .1 i'- i.:.ii He-di
Waynesville High School Football Players Prepare For Fall Campaign
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t inicl ui. r vi'h In- -liai'p thrusts
His ;,'(- ;,r, ii,,-h v.-t mi Canton's
second ti'iii '',!, ui f n liiel) came
sliurt h after th,- m i unil period
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sent the opt i.iik
After Rhymer raced it hack 1.5
yard--, the Bl o k Be o- marched 6?,
jaril- for Jlie s ore.
' Rh-Ri.T'rni, I off I o kle for
nine ards, then Deslin took a
hand off and raced an, mid end for
nine more and a fit-1 doun after
the Black Bear- had been a I bark
on an of id, peii.iliv.
Coman hulled llnoiirh the mid
dle f.n another fir-1 down then
Moore wlii) had i pl.iied llhymer
sailed around end en a lia yard
splint. He nuilv r'nt a.',.,v before
he nailed I nan hi hind on the
Sand 1 1 ! 1 i no..- - ,i d ti ,pe.
Tin n Conian h iiuh d to Devlin
or a i, -v. i , tl.:,t nut the Rear:; two
yai d 1 una Hi- in fn I
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dm n ri fit end and ( a,
over to p.-y rliit
Sand Hni ram i
capitali.in" on an n
tie w.t- low
mi ins back.
Afler a fninhi,
Canton threat ,,n I'le Sand Hill 30,
Center Carl Civaoi v recovered a
Sand Hill punt on th(. Canton 20
after it had been touched by a
The Black Bears tossed the Sand
Hill back for a 10-. u'd loss, but
then Taylor took a handoff and
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SMM ANT fOKO PWJUMg tO M Hi! SAHTY CHiCK
Va nesville High School's ijiid
ders work out the summer kinks
during early drills for the fall
campaign. -1' a back tries a dry
slipped through for Hi yards. Car
roll Brown lit around end for seven
more. and. afler being slopped for
no gain at the line. Taylor made il
i first down on Ihe Canton I hive.
Kisselburg slammed over for the
inj', touchdown, and then pul
s'aritl Hill ahead. 7-li, when he ran
Hound end for the extra point
ibout two minute , hi lore the hi I
But while the Sand Hill .cheers
veie still echoing through the
night. Ithviner twisted through
aekle and twisted 53 yard- before
he was nailed lioio behind on Ihe
Sand Hill 16
. Aftm' iin offsides penally put the
Bears on the 1), C'ouian handed
the ball to Devlin who went all the j
way on a reverse.
Rhymer scored the extra point
on an end run. and the Bears were
ahead to sla .
Less than three minutes later.
the Bears scored again on a quick
Coman, Devlin, and Rhymer rip
ped the Sand Hill line consistently
for steady gains, with the aid of
Moore's second pass of the evening. I
Devlin .slipped through If, Yards i
to the Sand Hill Rh: rner made !
even around end. and a Coman-
to-Devhn revei", put the Bears on j
the one. Coman slammed over for ;
the third touchdown four minute;;
I Sand Hill came back in th,- ball
! game, driving Co yards for a touch-1
. uu.ui in,' ill , .ifaiin, iiiui ii.ii.n-
down behind the miming ol l ayl-.r . (
and Charlie McCullougl.. ;" j,',;.,,,,,., .,...,, otT with a 10-
Tay or ripped of I Ti yards around ',, . Moor( went ,3.
end then took a vard pass from ' H)VK.,. s(,pl),.d ofT 40 yards in
Taylor on the Canton one-yard (h.(.e s,raiK,( tal.ries lhe Moo,.e
''!e' ,. , 'swept 18 vard.i for the touchdown.
K.sselburg slammed over but the Hl,vmer s perfect placement end
try for the Point failed lvtng 110 s,.lM jn2
Sand I trailing. 20-13. , Af 1( ,. , pam(, Coach Hipps
Sand Hill came back again hut , . , . .
? , espressed (Ulet pleasure over his
was stopped on the Canton 30 when i , u .
i ci p i i t; iioviinii hnv opening performance, but
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tajBeaw advanced to the Sand
vf-Beaw'a'dvsitlc'ea to 'the Sand
no I .f.. i, , . ..
mn -J ueiore iniernussion cauglit
therh; Moore passed to Hardin for
18' yards, then raced 20 more
through tackle for the last play of
The Black Bears found the go
ing rougher after the third period j
opened, but after Mopping a Sand
Hill scoring threat they ground 75 ;
yards for another touchdown
sparkled by Moore's beautiful aeri
After Rhymer gained eight in
two tries, Moore wer.t in and whip-
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run on a reverse. ( 2 The fresh
men run through a play during
the workout. (3) Head Coach
Carleton Weatherby demons-
ped four perfect passes to Devlin,
Phillips, and Hardin to help the
Hears cover the remaining 67 yards
In the end zone.
He connected with a fifth early
in Ihe drive but it was nullified
by an ol,-ide penalty.
A Mo.u v to-Hardin pass covered
(he reniaiiiin;: 19 yards to pay dirt,
and Khyniir went in to boot a
pel feel placement.
Earlier in the period, Rhymer
had t hin t through the line, weav
: ed Ihiough a covey of ladders, and
then sprinted a.vay on a beautiful
67-yard dash to the f-nd zone.
But a holding penalty against
Canton on the play cancelled it.
Sand Hill s final score came eai
)v in tho foul.tn when Kisselburg,
the big, fast fullback, snatched one
of the only two Moore passes that
went astray, picked up his inter
feience. and went 70 yards for the
score on a twisting run behind
The battling Sand Hill gridders,
operating behind their dangerous
T foi ination. made another threat
I Kilt 1 v afler the kickoff driving
,,., Ih,.u. ovvn 27 to Canton's 34.
Bu u .Uiali.s' long, desperate
v , . ,intrhp(1 hv Moore on
,,,,, (...,lton lf). alul Moore brought
i( bnr. vjrds fo set UD the
Hlj(.k B,:ir... final touchdown drive,
Flom Uh, ,he Rlafk Bpar,
, r ... ,,, :,,),, nr, i,,f,
,.,,,,,;;, beautifully, sailed
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"We've lols of work to do
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In reference to the linemen, he
complimented Guards Roy Ingle
and Joe Brookshire for their ex
cellent performances, and describ
ed Tackle Don Sides as having
been particularly fine on defense.
Asked about the game, he grin
ned; "It's always good to get by
For little, 140-pound Sophomore
Back .Jimmy Abbott the game was
a highly successful introduction to
The first time he carried the
ball in a high school game, he took
a Sand Hill punt and swivel-hipped
his way 21 yards. He was pulled
: down only after he'd gotten the hall
I to Canton's 43, well out of the
I' The second time he handled the
ball, he ripped the line for a 20-
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trates the proper technique for
eliminating a defensive lineman.
Quarterback Charlie Womack is
the victim. (4) A backfield can
Canton 34, Sand Hill 6.
Asheville 38, Hendersonville 0.
Mar-hall 13, Walnut 0.
Hayesville 0, Sylva 0.
Greensboro 19, Raleigh 0.
Gray i Winston - Salem) 14,
Reynolds (Winston-Salem) 12.
Children's Horno-tW-S) 38, Hard
Lenoir 3f, Charlotte Tech 6.
Belmont 14, Gastonia 6.
Mooresville 13, Newton-Conover
Robbinsville 14, Hot Springs 6.
Marion 21, Olympia 7.
Hillsboro 13, Dunn 6.
Wilmington 34, North Wilkes
Durham 35, Durham County 6.
The opener proved that Canton
are hard to stop once they shake
They'll get a sterner test next
Friday night when they meet Coach
Hipps' former colleagues. Forest
City High, at- Forest City.
Hipps coached the Forest City
eleven last season.
Among Ihe most interested ob
servers al the stadium Friday night
was Head Coach Carleton Weather
by. whose Waynesville Mountain
eers have two engagements with
Hipps' boys this season.
Weatherby, who is characteristic
ally economical with expressions of
"They're much belter than they
were last year."
F.nds Scruggs, Medlin, Hardin,
Tackles Pies:;, I.ooper, Mann, Day
ton, Styles, Hall, Cabe.
Guards Brookshire, Ingle, Sut
Centers Amos. Beaver. Clark.
Quarterbacks Carter, Poindexter.
Left Halfbacks Rhymer, Moore.
Right Halfbacks Devlin, Abbott
Fullbacks Coman, Poindexter
SAND HILL (19)
Ends Reece, Chambers. Allison.
Tackles Lence, Rector, McKinncy.
Guards Dillingham, Conner, Case
Centers Gregory, Williams.
Quarterbacks Williams, McCul
lough. Left Halfbacks Taylor, Ray. -Right
Fullbacks Kisselburg, Ray.
Score by Periods
Canton 6 14 7 734
Sand Hill ... 7 6 0 619
Touchdowns Coman (one-yard
buck), Devlin (11 yards, handnff
from Devlin), Coman (one-yard
plunge), Hardin (pass from Moore,
19-yeard play), Moore (15-yard
Points after TD: Rhymer 4 (three
placement, one run).
Sand Hill scoring:
Touchdowns Kisselburg (3-yard
buck), Kisselburg (2-yard run),
Kisselburg (70-yard run with inter
Points after TD: Brown (run).
Referee Arbogast (W & L),
Umpire Lewis (UNO, Head
Linesman Griffin, Georgetown.
Game Captains Taylor, Sand Hill;
Amos, Canton. Kickoff: 8 p.m.
didate geis ready to flip a pass to
a friend. It was good. (5 Fullback
James Deweese ilefti practices
place-kicking points after touch
Sylva's right tackle, Zollie Fin
cannon, has been ruled ineligible
by tlie Smoky Mountains Confer
ence to play in any more confer
ence football games.
The loop's executive committee
made the decision last Thursday in
a meeting at Bryson Cily after a
former Sylva coach testified that
Fincannon had played in 1945
Under the circumstances, the
tackle's eligibility ended after last
In reply to a question. Coach
Carletoti Weatherby of Waynes
ville High said he did not believe
Fincannon would face his boys
next Friday night in the Moun
taineer's opener with Sylva at
Sylva, though it will be a non
Though the two teams are in
different circuits, Weatherby point
ed out, both conferences operate
under the same rules.
The Smoky Mountains officials'
ruling came on the eve of Sylva's
opener with Hayesville at Hayes
ville. The game ended in a score
opener with Hayesville at Hayes
The executive committee gave ?
clean bill of health to all other
Sylva players who came up for
WTHS Foes Did
The Waynesville Mountaineers'
1949 opponents won two, lost one
and tied one in the week-end's
opening football games.
Canton celebrated the coming of
Don Hipps as the Black Rears'
coach by handing Sand Hill a 34-19
lacing at Canton Stadium.
Marion, the Mountaineers' Taper
Rowl opponent last year, whipped
Olympia of Columbia, 21-7, at
Hendersonville. however, was
smothered. 38-0, by Asheville High,
and Sylva's Golden Hurricane bat
tled Hayesville to a scoreless tie.
Dan McCall's running was the
individual highlight in Marion's
victory. He set up the first touch
down with a 40-yard punt return,
put Marion into scoring position
for the second with a pass to the
five, and set up the third with
another 40-yard punt return.
Hayesville and Sylva, the Moun
taineers' first opponent of the sea
son, slugged it out at midfield most
of the way.
End Harold Parris. Guard Wesley
Warren, and Tackle Tom Henry
were Sylva's line standouts.
Kent Hughes was the big gun
in the Sylva backfield.
Canton comes in for considerable
discussion elsewhere on the sports
Hendersonville sports a squad of
big boys. But Asheville, a Class
AA school, got the jump on them
and kept it from the opening gun.
The Mountaineers can't afford to
take the size of the score too seri
ously as a measure of Henderson
WaynesviUc's first home game of
the season will come September 23
with Tryon providing the next test'
down. Left halfback Jim Mouse
is the man who was holding the
ball. The players at right get
more familiar with ball handling.
Keglers To Swing Into
Action Tomorrow Night
At least eight bowling teams are
expected to swing into action to
morrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the
Waynesville Bowling Center.
Teams will be matched against
each other, with prizes to go to
the individual bowlers rolling ihe
highest singles games and series
League Secretary A. P. Veith
and the management revealed that
league schedules and games will
be arranged tomorrow night also,
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All teams and how lers u i-hiii
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