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r PAGE TWO
(Continued from Pase 1)
Weatherby didn't say he wouldn't
6x his boys up with those slick
pants eventually, but he put it
'I'm a lot more interested in
what the boys wear underneath
The Mountaineers played 1 1
bruising battles last season against
rugged teams which outweighed
them in at least five of their Mines,
Yet, the Mountaineers came
through the season with onl tour
temporarily disabling injuries and J
one of these occurred in a
Three of these were knee
ankle injuries which result
inarily from twisting.
The protective equipment
would prevent these has not
As football casualties o.
Mountaineer. finished th
far above par
The tundanieiilal reason is the
strict attention to what the plav-t-rs
wear underneath their jersevs
After examining the Mountain
lei's shoulder and hip pads, hel
mets and other ormor. one C-t-t
rn North Carolina high school
"Why. your practice equipment
is allot beUer than the stuff our
boy- wear in the regular games "
Wjtiat g(H'. under the Mountain
eers' gold and black jersevs is the
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WINTER SHIRTS AND
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RAY'S. Dept. Store
WHERE A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS YOU '
(Continued from pase one)
and livestock: Richard
(.'line, .toe Palmer. M.
. Hull in?; Hall and Ed
. sales and ro
il, Jr., Henry
s. Albeit Mar
derw (m'i1 .
TV ii re, M i M-i.l
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n .'. I'udileback,
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In be ulecl
f rein I he group
ivpre.-eiitiiig luii:.t-$ and prot'es
I sio:i.. peoj le Herbert Braren. Dr.
, Kl'aiik S 1. 1". t l)i I'hil Medford.
John Snuih, William Mediord. and
I Two to be vol id for the group
.representing hot. I, boarding
best protective padding thai money
That's the main reason win the
Mountaineei s' opponents will be
tackling w ell-tilled Army whipcord
instead of fancy, skin-tight nylon
for a while yet. anyway. j
It's also the reason why Men- !
dav afternoon's sports stories will
keep on sav ing
"The Mountaineers suffered only
ihe Usii.'l bumps am! bruises in
Fridav night's game . . "
COST TO YOl WILL BE
Whites Solids and Fancies
The Very Finest
JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING YOU CAN
Maroons, Dark Horses
To Christen WWs
fewest Bowl Game Dec. 10
Bryson City--High School to.ot
ball will bow out here next Satur
day in a batUe of champions.
I Black Mountain's Dark Horses,
the champions of Buncombe Coun-
t will meet the Swain High Mar
) onus. Smoky Mount;;in Conference
kings and the hosts, at 2 V M.. in
the inaugural Smoky Mountain
Bowl game sponsored b the Lions
Club of Bryson City.
This one promises to be about
. houses and restaurants: Mrs. R. V.
Welch. Claude Medford. Joe Pat
terson. Paul Hyatt. Sam Queen
Jr., Bud Chase. George Jones
Ceorge M. Kimball, and Mrs.
Two from the group represent
ing merchants: Ralph Summerrow.
J C, Jennings, W. M. 'Bill'' Cobb
Charles K Ray. Harold Massie
Dave Kclmet, Johnny Johnson, Da
vid Underwood, and Harry Sulli
van. The ballots can be deposited in
the ballot box at the Chamber oi
Commerce office, or mailed to the
organisation. The deadline is four
o'clock. December 9th.
THE WAYNES VILLE
exciting a battle as any played in
; this end of the state this season.
Both clubs are about evenly
I matched, both are smooth-working
I as units yet sport their individual
Both have nearly identical rec
ords. The only blemishes on the 1949
record of Coach Howard Barnwell's
.Maroons are a scoreless tie with j
Ar.divws and a 20-(i loss to Way
nesvilie in a non-Conference game 1
'ast month. ,
Coach Bob Tate, the e-Western I
Carolina football and basketball j
star, on the other hand has piloted ;
his Dark Horses to a seasonal mark
that shows only one loss. That one
was to a fired-up Oakley team in
Black Mountain gained
ounty crown by licking Sand Hill
13-0 in a playoff after coming
.hrough with victories over Ben
Lippen. Biltmore. Swannanoa, and
Sand Hill again in an earlier game.
The Maroons will have the heavi
er line, but the Dark Horses make
tp for it in speed.
Man for man. both teams rate
equal in talent both in their first
string lineups and their reserve
Stars of both clubs found them
selves on the same side of the
lineup last Saturday when they
played with the Western team that
defeated th- F.aslern stars, 26-6.
in Ashevillc s Optimist Bowl game.
After the battle. Black Mount
ain's ace halfhnck Plinfm:tii
Capps. was voted the outstanding
player on the field.
He personally led the Western
ers to their victory. But in the line
that cleared the way for him were
star performers like End Charlie
Woodard. and Billy Dehart. the
Next Saturday, he'll have to
figure out ways to get through
them, for they both will be doing
their best to smear his running
and stop his passing.
1 hese two boys also will be work- i
ing to clear the way for Bryson
City 's great fullback. Mack Hyatt.
who looms as the Maroons' great
est offensive threat and plays a
I whale of a line-backing game on
--mucins oi looioan win una a,
great (leal ol clinical interest in
the game, too. The Dark Horses are
the only boys in the state who use
The Christmas Round -
BOYS . . .
Corralled Into f'
The Koys' Depart- i
Every Kind and
Kay ! s
"Do we py the bill every other
month because we've got alter
two offensive formations.
They use both the T form.-.tion
and the single wing, and switch
from one to the other with the
greatest of ease, as the occasion
Capps only slightly overshadows
several other of his teammates in
the Black Mountain backfield. like
Halfback Roger White, a smooth
runner and passer; and End Paul
Garrison, Whites chief target in
aerial strategy. Up front, will be
Max Morris, a big, hardlcharging
boy rated as the best lineman in
The season's defensive record of
Bryson City's fast, 180-pound line
is one of the major factors that
have made the Maroons a slight
favorite to keep the Bowl title at
The Bowl game itself will
surrounded by highly colorful
This government scat of Swain
County will put on a brilliant
'dress of many colors, before the
ktckoff. there will be a big parade
of crack high school bands, gaily
I decorated floats, the players on
the two "big" teams and two mid
i gel teams riding in places of honor.
! The midgets Bryson City and
ithe Cherokee Little Braves will
j play at 12:30 P. M. in a game that
'will be the preliminary to the main
, event between the Maroons and
j Dark Horses.
After the game, there will be
colorful ceremonies .surrounding
the presentation of trophies to
both the winners and the losers of
the feature game. Each player also
be presented with a lapel pin
symbolic of his participation in
Western North Carolina's newest
Considering the events that have
been planned to provide the at-.
mosphere and the matching of the
two teams, all evidence points to
the making of another long,
ing chapter in Western North
Una high school football.
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