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Blue Devils, 39-0
The Heppner Mustangs ran away
with the Condon Blue Devils on the
home field to a tune of 39-0. This
is the largest score of any game
participated in by the Mustangs this
The Mustangs scored first in the
Heppner Gazette Times, Heppner, Oregon
Thursday, November 6, 1941
last part of the first quarter, on a
beautifully executed pass from Bar
ratt to Bill Scrivner who ran an
additional twenty yards to pay dirt.
Conversion try failed.
In the second quarter, left half,
Jim Barratt plunged two yards to
touchdown at the conclusion of a
drive from the 50 yard marker, and
his pass to Hoyt added the conver
sion point Score 13-0.
The Mustangs ran wild in the
second half, with Claude Snow, Jim
my Kenny and Barratt all making
long gains to add four touchdowns
and two more conversion points for
the final 39-0 score. The last scores
were made on a sixty yard run by
Barratt on intercepting a Condon
pass, and a fifty-five yard run by
Scrivner who was on the receiving
end of a completed Heppner pass.
Next Tuesday, November 11, the
Mustangs invade the Hermiston
Bulldogs' gridiron for an Armistice
Day fight On November 14 the team
will entertain the Fossil boys on the
home field for the last game of the
season. Tlus will be the last game
some of the boys will play, so let's
all turn out and show how much we
appreciate them. Remember, Friday,
List your rooms NOW for use of
Eastern Oregon Wheat league con
ference visitors, December 4, 5, 6.
Every available room in town will
be needed. Listings may be made at
my office. J. O. TURNER.
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