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A pass interception on 'I>eiby's 4
yard line, ran back lor a touchdown,;
broke the backs of Central's >ioun-1
taineers in Shelby last Friday night
In the annual "Cleveland county
chamDlonshiD" clash and Kinoc
Mountain, wound up on the tail end i
of a 27 to 0 score. It was a Western |
; conference loss.
Kings Mountain's offensive game j
was definitely Improved, vv^ith the
defenses crumbling after a month's
shew of power. Pass interceptions'
and a costly. Mountaineer fumble,
fed to Shelby scores.
By John Wariick
Kings Mountain won the tasy and
, elected to kickoff. End Bill Amos
kicked off to Kennetk Hicks or) the
Shelby 3, returned to the Shelby 38.
Hicks round end added 4 to the Shelby
2. Bobby Mitchell gained 2 off
tackle to the Shelby 44. Dick Lackey
through the line to the Shelby 47.
Lackey kicked out of bounds on the
Tailback Richard White gained 1
off tackle to the KM 15. . Fullback
Jack Ruth added 3 to the Mountaineers
18. Ruth kicked to Lackey on i
the Shelby 45 and he brought it back j
to th> KM 28.
Lackey through the line to the KM
25. Hicks made it first and ten to
the KM 14 through the line. Bobby
Mitchell went off tackle and made
a first down to the KM 4. Hicks stopped
for a 4 yard loss to the KM 8.
Lackey off tackle added 2 to the 6.
Hicks gains 3 to the 3, Lackey passed
to end J. C. Trammel! good for a
, touchdown. Tackle Bennie Allen's
try for the extra point no good.
Allen kicked off to Ruth on the
KM 15. returned 10 to the KM 25. |
White fumbled with KM recovering |
on the 24. Ruth quickkfcked to Lackey
on rhe KM 33 brought back to
the KM 30.
Mitchell lost 1 to the KM 31, Hicks
gained 2 to the KM 29. Lackey round
end made a first down to the KM
16. Mitchell added 11 to the 5 but
Shelby was penalized, 15 yards to the
KM 31. Lackey added 4 to the KM 27
then his pass to Trammel! fell incomplete.
Hicks added 11 to the KM
16. Lackel passed to Mitchell incomplete
and the Mountaineers took ay
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Ruth passed to Amos incomplete,
Ruth through line added 4 to the KM
20 Ruth's pass was knocked down.
Ruth kicked to the KM 42 wnere the
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Lackey added 2 abound end to the
K\1 40 to end the First Quarter.
Hicks added 4 through tine to the
KM 36. Hicks handoff to Mitchell
gained 2 to the KM 34. Hicks passed
THE YARDSTICK STOHT
94 yards gah?ed tushth? 264
418 yards lost rushing 11
76 net rushing gain : 193
f4 number passes attempted 10
4 number passes completed 2
0 passes intercepted by 3
43 yards gained passing 14
79 yards all kicks returned 103
198 total offensive gain 310
10 yards lost penalty 20
188 net offensive gain 290
0 opponents fumbles rec. 1
5 1st downs rushing 8
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1' 1st downs penalty 0
7 total 1st downs 9
S number punts attempted 5
26.8 ) punting org.. scrimmage 24
to Trammell Incomplete, Lackey's
kick Went 3 yards to the KM 31.
Ruth gained 5 through the line tc
the KM 36. Ruth went through the
line to the 40, then added 3 to the
KM 43, for a first down. Ruth passed
to Blocking back Don Ellison on the
Shelby 40, and Ellison ran on to the
Shelby 29 for a firs' down. Ruth addj
ed 4 to the Shelby 25. Ruth tried the
line 4 times with gains of 3, 3, and 4
! m th?s 5sholhv "16 fnr a fire* Homrn
Ruth's pass to Boyce Huffstetler incomplete.
Wingbaek Jack Matthews
added 1 around end. Ruth's pass tc
Hufstetler was incomplete. Ruth's
pass, syas intercepted by Lackey on
j his 4 and ran all the way for the
touchdown. Allen's extTa point was
good putting Shelby ahead 13 to 0.
Allen kicked off to Tackle Herman
Mauney on the KM 30, Mauney returning
to the KM 39. Matthews lost
4 to the KM 35. Ruth through the
line added 1 to the KM 36. Ruth's
pass was intercepted by Center Bob
Mauney on the KM 44, and he was
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Hicks spun around end for a first
down.on the KM 31. Mitcheli added
6 around end to the KM 25. Mitchell
rouund end made it first down on
the KM 15. Hicks gains 3 through the
line to the KM 12. Mitchell adds 1
to the KM 11. Lackey passed to Mitchell
Incomplete. Lackey passed to
end Ray Francis ?ncomplet% to end
the first hal. Shelbv 13i Kines Vnnn.
Amos kicked off to Hicks on the
Shelby 10, returned 20 yards to the
Shelby 30. Mitchell gained 1 off tackle
to tHe Shelby 31. Hicks makes it
first down going round end to the
Shelby 49. Lackey through the line
to the 50, Lackey passed to Tram|
mell incomplete. Lackey kicked out
; of bounds on the KM17)
White added 7 to the KM 24 but
KM was penalised 5 yards for holding
to rhe KM 12. White round end
added 1 to the KM 13. Ruth kicked
to Hicks on the KM 49 returned to
the KM 36.
Lackey was almost stopped for a
i loss but latteraled to Hicks who was
1 stopped on the 36. Hicks round end
1 stopped for no gain. Lackey passed
1 to Hicks to the KM 25 for a first
I down. Lackey round end to the KM
1 17. Hicks makes it first down to the
KM 11. Mitchell scored round end.
1 Allen's try for the extra point was
1 Allen kicked off to White on the
, KM 11, returned.it to the KM 27.
j Ruth's pass to Ellison was good to
i the KM 34. Ruth added 1 through
the line, and then made a first
i down to the KM 39. Widgback Rich>
ard Goins was stopped for a 4 vard I
'oss to the KM 35. Ruth's pass was
r intercepted by Mauney on the KM
> 45, brought hack to the KM 39.
> j Mitchell lost 6 to the KM 45. Lacj
key's pasp to Trammel! incomplete.
.! Lackey again tried to pass to Tramr
j mell but was incomplete with KM
.1 refusing a baekfield in rqption penj
alty. Lackey kicked to Ruth on the
t KM 12, back to the K>I 16, to end the
) third quarter. Shelby 20; Kipgs j
! Mountain 0.
L Fourth Ouortet
Amos round end added 9 to the |
r KM 25. Ruth stopped for a 9 yard I
loss to the KM 16. Ruth gained 3 to
the KM 19. Ruth kicked to Hicks on
1 the KM 49, returned to the KM 44.
Mitchell added 4 to the KM 40.
Bob Noblett stopped for no gain.
; Hicks kicked to the KM 32.
Amos round end added 5 to the
! KM 37. Ruth passed twice both incomplete.
Ruth kicked to Hicks on
the Shelby 26 returned to the Shelby
36, but Shelby was penalized 5 yards
for holding to the KM 42, first down.
Ruth's pa as to Ellison good for 3
to the KM 45. A fumble on a hand
on on me next play was recovered
by D?ve Morris for Shelby.
Mitchell round end made a first
down on the KM 14. Mitchell scored
from the 14 going off tackle. Allen's
kick for the extra point good."
'Allen kicked off to White on the
KM 6, returned to the Shelby 46.
White off tackle gained 2 to the-Shel
by 44. White round end added 5 to
the Lions 39. Ruth made -it first
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JD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. M. C.
Collyer Advocates ?i
New School Course,
"The American Way" a
"The young men and women of ?
Americu should be provided * j
sound understanding of America's j
believes John L.
Collyer was recently
line of Business
SB u one of AmtrFH|
H can Way of
Collyer j-1'*. *?eiuoyed
by millions of
Americans, is a mode of civilised
living which has to some degree
affected the entile world, and yet
is au intangible quality which most
Americans find difficult to explain",
Collyer believes. He has
recommended that a comprehensive
course on this subject be adopted
by American secondary schools and
'universities as a required subject.
"Tht strueglu to preserve our
way of life has been felt in every
American home." the B. K
Goodrich president points out, "and
has affected every family pocket
book through high prices, defense
appropriations and foreign aid.
"Americans in general believe
they are enjoying the highest
standard of living ever achieved in
the history of mankind. And yet
they find ft difficult to put into so
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this has come about or the factors
that have enabled the United
States to successfully assist other
nations in resitting world
300 Dental Students
Three hundred senior dental students
Will be offered commissions in
the regular army dental corps, according
to announcement by 'Major
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Department of the Army, Washington,
Under the plan as announced, and
as provided for by Department of the
Army Circular No. 339, the army will
commission these students as second
lieutenants In the Medical Service
Corps Reserve, with full pay
' The students selected for commissions
will bepermitted to continue
their studies in their responsive
schools as officers on active dutv nn.
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down to the Shelby 30. Amos round I
end added 7 to the Lions 23. White
made a first down to the Shelby 20.
Ruth through line to the Lions 8,
but the Mountaineers were penalized
5 yards for offsides. Ruth's pass
to Ellison was good to the 20 for 5
yards. Ruth's pass to end Bob Jameson
incomplete. Ruth round end add
ed 6 to the Lions 14. Goins ran
around end to the Lions 77 to end
the game. Shelby 27; Kings Mountain
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