19471111 Joplin Globe (Joplin, Missouri) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p10 CLIP

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19471111 Joplin Globe (Joplin, Missouri) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p10 CLIP - JUPLJN GLOBE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1947....
JUPLJN GLOBE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1947. Gridmen Invade Northwest Arkansas tor i C H Dr. five whispered the for open- SPRINGDALE IS NEXT RED ANDGREEN FOE Eagles to Make Third Straight Invasion Invasion in Three Weeks Covering Covering Three States. Joplm's high school Eagles, winged at Tulsa last week by Will Rogers high" school, takes off on its third successive trip Friday when they meet an opponent on foreign soil, this time into Northwest Northwest Arkansas against Springdale. taken Arkansas competition is nothing The new to the Red and Green whose "-"" - _ * . . _ - , _ ^ ---,_ ,_-*. 1. since Outlook looks us all- game to and to about Six 18-13 setback at Tulsa last week was the only blot on an otherwise clean record for the first seven games. Two weeks ago Coach Russ Kaminsky'a force defeated Van Buren, Ark., 13 to 6, and the following following Friday invaded Southeast Kansas to whip Parsons there, 25 to 6. Tough Arkansas Dish. The Eagles ^ot a taste of Arkansas Arkansas competition in the Van Buren game "and, despite Joplin's victory, it was a tough dish, and Kammsky ia exercising caution this week against a possible letdown of the Red and Grr'n which has found out it is not unbeatable. A cold wet drizzle kept the squad indoors yesterday, but it was no holiday for the gridmen who got out of the Tulsa game with only the usual quota of bumps and bruises. Bill Diake, halfback, was badly shaken up during the game, but he will be ready to take his, regular job against Springdale. The contest at Springdale will be second between the two teams. The Eagles won over the Arkansas eleven here last year, 13 to 6, and about the only means of compiling compiling comparative data on_±hectito squads this season is the medium of Van Buren. Van Buren lost here. 13 to 7, and won from Springdale there, 20 to 6. That would give the J. H. S. crew an advantage on* paper, somethinf the coaches and dqpesters discarded discarded several years ago. The JopHnites will resume outdoor outdoor workouts today regardless of the weather. "I was proud of the boys' m that Tulsa game," Kam- msky confided last night, "and I thought they had a holiday coming anyway, whether it rained or not." NEW MIAMI A. AND M. I GRID STADIUM PLANNED Miami, Okla., Nov. 10.---Represen- JJCillul* wn.i«x*, a.^w. *w. j.v_j-i ~--»--- several civic groups of - any Miami will meet in the girls' dormitory of Northeastern Okla- A. and M. college at 6 o'clock IRISH STRENGTHEN fflDTBALlPOSITION Notre Dame Takes Tighter Clasp at Head of Nation's Teams After Beating Army. New York, Nov. 10.--(IP}--Notre Dame strengthened" its position as the No. 1 college football team of the country by its convincing burst of power against Army according to most of the 169 writers participating participating in the weekly Associated Press poll. Approximately 69 per cent of the voting sports writers ranked the Fighting Irish atop the field with 117 of the 169 ballots. A week ago they had drawn 106 firsts out of 186. Shows Flashy Ground Play. Supposed to be strictly a passing team with an offensive leaning heavily on Johnny Lujack, Notre Dame flashed' a steady ground game that turned the Army flanks time and again for long gams. Some veteran writers who have been watching football for many seasons ranked the Notre Dame club as the best they ever saw. Many compared them with the great Irish clubs of other years. Despite the hoop-la surrounding the last" meeting of the Cadets and Irish in the current series, Michigan Michigan attracted 34 first-place votes for its 3JW) romp through Indiana. The Wolverines, who led the poll during early season, head toward one of the toughest tests of their perfect record Saturday when they face an improving Wisconsin team which rocketed into ninth place by a 46-14 rout of Iowa. Pennsylvania nosed out Southern Methodist .for third place, although both continued unbeaten and untied untied by respective wins over previously previously undefeated Virginia and the sub-par Texas Aggies. Seven writers tabbed the Penn eleven for first place after its 19-7 conquest of Virginia, while' two liked S. M. U for the No. 1 spot off its 13-0 win over the Aggies The Quakers take their next-to- last hurdle Saturday when they entertain entertain a subdued Army team which dropped out of the first ten for the first time m years. The Cadets are ranked thirteenth. Southern California, 14-0 victors over stubborn Stanford, clung to fifth place and drew five first- place ballots, while Georgia Tech continued in sixth position despite its close call against Navy, 16-14. Texas Into Seventh." Texas surged into seventh, pushing pushing unbeaten-untied Penn State to The Longhorns thumped Creenwpod Wins Softball Championship for the construction of a new stadium on the east side of the college football field. Preceding an election of officers, stadium committees will be ap- its . ted from representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, junior Chamber of Commerce and V1UU. Mis- It ig planned to erect stadium could simllar to the one no w located on noma A. ana JM.. «;uut=£c \. v v \-wn- c*5^t.n. - -- « o Wednesday Wednesday night to discuss plans Baylor, 28-7. Penn State, -which --i.--i;-- _* ,, -- TMr jjad *_ o go hard in the mud to stop Temple, 7-0, faces trouble ahead in Navy Saturday. Wisconsin made the top 10 for the first time this season and has a chance to graduate into the higher regions if it can upset Michigan. California regained tenth place when Virginia sunk into the second division by bowing to Penn after a close battle. On the basis of point score, Notre had 1,612 to Michigan's 1,528 Rotary Club B_gB_UHnfBBBBtifK*F7G^KBffKy*f^?TMW'^:·»Ka : v? W A rw^£iaaK v iS2v5ws.« J £f ^vrvRF ?!WVffyr st^sf^^sRM^^tf^pSB^ss*-^ Here are Greenwood school's Softball championship team which defeated Redings Mill, 13 to the finals of a tournament at Neosho. The players are, left to right, back row--John Hosp, Bob Lea, Edward Morey, Tommy Duncan, coach; Richard Greninger and Bob Burrows. Front Harvey McDonald, Claude Havens, Bob Beck, Jimmy Pyle and Rex Hill. St. Louis Browns Take Al Gerheauser In Annual Draft Session of Majors Cincinnati, O, Nov. 10.--(5)-Twenty-six 10.--(5)-Twenty-six bush leaguers got their chance at baseball's big time today today as 13 clubs paid $245,000 for 'em in the annual draft. "A flock of top talent wag" passed over by the pickers as they reached deep into the grab bag in hopes of finding a new star, rigid re- strnctions 'preventing "raiding" of the minor talent Only one player Uhe west side of the gridiron. The bet-, placeme nt of a fence around the in i f igld wm ^^ be discu ssed at the I meeting Also included in the plans ball, j s s an a ii_ wea ther parking area with pass. ]lE?htino . installation east of the pass. j lg ht m £ beat to' j , jff VIEW GEORGIA TECH FDR THE COTTON BOWL Notre Dame, Penn State and Virginia Virginia Also Suggested as Foes for Unstopped S. M. U. Dallas, Nov. 10. -- UPl -- Cotton Bowl officials pointed with enthusiasm enthusiasm today to prospects of having the first undefeated, untied Southwest Conference team in the history of the January 1_ gridiron spectacle'and intimated that mighty Georgia Tech would be a good bet as the guest eleven. Also mentioned were Notre Dame, with which contact reportedly already already has been made; Penn State and Virginia, but talk concentrated on the Rambling Wrecks of the deep south. The big bowl game already is sold out, meaning over 45,000 fans will be in the stands New Year's day when the conference champion, expected to be currently undefeated Southern Methodist, tackles some ="=££ "-"^ - s££sKs!rsr«s2: on the restricted list may be taken from any club. Miss Out on Catcher. Detroit ran into that barrier as it tried to pick up Clifford Dapper, 27-year-old catcher from Montreal. Dapper batted .291, drove in 105 runs and worked in 136 games for Mobile, Ala., last year, and was the loop's most valuable^ player. He was one of the choice plums in the draft, but he was saved for his Brooklyn owners through the fact Pitcher Al Gerheauser, a left- hander, Had been plucked from the Montreal roster by the St. Louis Browns, first chosers. With Dapper's selection ruled out by Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler, Detroit joined the champion champion New York Yankees and the pennant winning Brooklyn Dodgers as the only clubs not making a selection. Leslie M. O'Connor, Chicago White Sox general manager, reinstated reinstated recently by Chandler following following a bitter controversy over tt ; signing of a high school pitcher and a resultant $500 fine, was the day's,big buyer. O'Connor paid $35,000 for battery talent, three pitchers and a. catcher, picking up ' Catcher Raymond Fletcher from Milwaukee, and Hurlers Roman Brunswick from Houston, Tex., Alex Danelishen of Oklahoma City and Wilkesbarre, Pa., and James P. Goodwin of Jersey City, the latter a southpaw, O'Connor's four-player deal gave the American League the edge in drafted talent, the 'junior circuit getting 14 players to 12 for the National. 300 points behind. British Hire Germans. Hamburg.--OP) -- Nearly 110,000 Germans and displaced persons employed by the British control commission in Germany. ! J\J UUliltO M»^*""»*- i The final iole with Mints figured on a Bowl. KW-S-7-6-S-4-3-2-1 basis (first place votes j In parentheses): 1. JJctre Dame fll" 2" Michigan (34) 3. Pennsjl-.ama (i) . Qne bQwl oHicial put it: IN HOME-COMING CONTEST \. So 5 Southern 6. Georg S Penn State" (31 9 Wisconsin feel that Georgia Tech and its athletic athletic staff are our people. In 1942 we invited Tech to play here when Pitched Here in 1938. j Gerheausef, mentioned in the "We · f ore g 0 i a g dispatch, pitched for the Joplin -Miners in 1937 and 1938, later nwving up to the National League. He hurled for Phila- Nov. 10.--CtPl--In B "'"coTM!? · .. *«., .L« W .,C v,~«~~ .,-- -- , nlgh spirlts over their impressive j 10. ^^..^..^.^-^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ Jt nave IT? n 4~..*niT%Vi /*·» OT Oklntnms» A .and ! " · - . ' _ _ * . r - « .«-* C I . I K « T . ^ . ......--A:-- tir.. in.-.TM* -.-noo^w- nlgil SpirrtS Over men llujJieasivc have 13 _o triumph o\er Oklahoma A. and ^. 13 Armr ,,- ,,. _,.,.,,,.,,. Don ^p j as t week, the University of j is.' Virginia' and 3 * i ^ slp | 1 ^ began prepara-1 ^JSSK?. 33! "* " ' type u ns today fot the homecoming ^,14 against Baylor next Saturday i llethodis* (2) ......1,13' we juvtceu j.c»-w w f»«j --'-- · ijeague. jne uuneu ±wi ^±1110.- i California (5) '.' 995 o {fr,r bowl games had given them j de i p jij a j n 1943-44 and for Pitts- T ^.. ( .V..".."...'.""""· 5TM] th e run-around. Coach Bobby Dodd j Durgh in 194545. He won 12 and _·· f3\ . _ _ ,, . _ 539 I .nlvMni-f- T\o/towf» a SntlT.ll.TVGSt \^OO~ i l.«vef- 1O TFlth AlontrCIll IcLSt SCHfiOTl. He has been a resident of Joplin years- Mr. and Mrs. Gerheauser J22 1 almost became a Southwest 102, f erence coach this year. He was 64: 14.'Alabama. 61: is and ' ..._ s trons: consideration. We know ..j ·uiecicKint- tied. 46: 1«. i **·*· ^"«" . . . i - ji «.- 1 Georgia Tech felt very kindly toward toward us in -1942 and we believe and their three daughters reside at 2003 Pearl avenue. tilt against Baylor next Saturday r l p f -, rnnTDJfr HAMF by working out lightly on passing (j/KLJ fUUlDAi'L U/»i"t and pass defense. o Today was a campus holiday _ j southpaw formerly resided Tech will look with favor on re- ^ at g^ Lo U | s . He started his base- turning to the Cotton BowL" ^ O aH career witti Rogers. Ark., in ___, This official also pointed to the AT QUAPAW TOW/GHT'fmaacial angles of the Cotton Bowl. 193B your choice Which do you preftr for opening a lock--a hairpin or a The Golden Key to Opportunity is the right key to unlock door to your future. Why fumble around uncertainly when you can be sure of a at high pay with depression- proof security, plus educational. and vocational training and

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