19471111 Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p19 CLIP

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19471111 Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p19 CLIP - The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona....
The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. REPUBLIC Paso Eleven Here Tins Afternoon ' Big Car Racing Standouts Auto racing at its best will be offered at the Arizona State Fairgrounds this morning when the Western Western Racing Association's big car driven, embracing the cream of the nation, start circling the five-eighths' mile track in a program that is certain to provide thrills and chills. . The time trials will get under way at 9 a. rn. .with the first of six events slated at 10 o'clock. A seventh, and. added.feature:will find Bill Sheffler, outstanding West coast big car pilot, opposing Al 'Jaqulth, one of Phoenix* leading .midget drivers. <• • -•" . . ..--... - .- In all, there.will be 25 classy speed devils on hand, but perhaps a majority of eyes will be focused on the renowned-Kelly Petillo, who won' the Indianapolis Memorial Day blue ribbon race in 1935. PETIIXO, HOWEVER, will have anything but a waltz In the feature feature go with such widely-known throttle pushers as Sheffler, Jack McGrath, Bud Sennett, Bud Rose, Ed Barnett, Hal Cole and Frank McGurk on hand to provide opposition. opposition. Last year it was Sheffler who took down top honors in his 270 cubic inch Offenhauser on the two programs promoted by J. C. Agajanian, Agajanian, president of the Western Racing -Association. Agajanian, brother of the famous football place-kicker'now with the professional professional Los - Angeles Dons • of the All-America- Conference, is staging staging today's program also. Sheffler, incidentally, -is holder of the world's record for the five- eighths mile distance and was awarded the Sportsmanship Trophy Trophy at Indianapolis in 1946. COLE, A FORMER Phoenician, turned in several sterling performances performances here before the war and figures to be in the thick of contention contention today. Recent graduates from the hot-rod 'ranks, who will be vieing today, are McGrath, Troy Riittman and Manuel Ayulo. The first event will be a two- lap trophy dash. Following will be three five-lap heats, the 10-lap semiwindup and the 20-lap featured featured finale. ' The main event is scheduled at 11:45 a. m., thus finishing finishing in plenty of time, to clear the grandstand for the afternoon horseracing card. The complete lineup: • ' NX 1—Bill SheHler, Offenhauser. 2—Art Georse. Holland Special. EiCabiiUo's Stretch Dash Brings Victory • C'C Caudle's El Cabrillo, which ran out of the money'on opening opening day, came back yesterday to cop the featured allowance race of the Maricopa Turf Club at the "Arizona State Fairgrounds. El Cabrillo collared the pace-setting Penicuik midway down the home stretch and went on to triumph by a half length. Delcie finished third. The winner returned $5.40, $2.80 and. |2JO across the board. Penicuik Penicuik refunded $3.20 and $2.40 in the pari-mutuels and Delcie's show pay-off was $2.40. BL CABMLLO was ridden by Bennle Green. •;•' i. • . • r Today's eight-race Armistice Day program is topped by the $1,000 Today's Race Entries Veterans Handicap which has drawn.a field of nine. ' Seeking a repeat conquest will be Mr. Monica, winner of the Governor's Governor's Handicap on opening day. One of his, contestants again • will be Blue Fawn who just was nipped at the wire by Mr. Monica in her last outing. . OTHERS • IN • THE six-furlong event include the highly-regarded War Stew, a disappointment in its first appearance, Timpangoes, Steppin Daddy, Colorado Moon, Brown Weasel, Jerpkey and She Dast Steppin Daddy and Brown Weasel-win be hooked up as an entry as will War' Stew and She Dast and up. M08 •!!( 11! 11! * 1<X . three-year- ^gKd.7 Grange Asks Rule Change CHICAGO, Nov. 10 — (AP) — Harold (Red) Grange,.'University of niinois football great and now a radio commentator on the sport, said today, that the "extra man" rule which cost Northwestern a 7-6 defeat by Ohio State Saturday should be clarified. ' Grange, who saw the game, told the Herald-American quarterback meeting that. Dick Price, center, was "obviously put of the play" in which E. C Curtiss, head linesman, of Wheaton, HL, charged Northwestern Northwestern with having 12 men on was* KACE USActreii Lady^ 115 Brown Deleft Red. Wlni , Baraq 118 Cattle* roua' ,™ MACE 3-Vear-OMi . * •k. , .112 Valley. Flag , Fal llSNedco , ... . .-USVan Itverjt '".»108 Friendly ftrty Bprit 112 Prince Port • 114 Two Grand lOSPoit Delivery 113Nebo ( 113 Heart ; SPorter'i Lady "111 ja'i Pride InieoU* Alw EUalkte Sm O'Betty Moranda SEVENTH RACE I-rear-OMs * Tp-S FurkNwi Oiancy 119 Delcie ":y"Bill loot Lady Pol -.-—Koie -.-—Koie Maltewl Inherent AIW ] EM»H,le as* NINTH KACE Clalmku-, >-Tear-OMi a Bp—1A Mile. 114 Port Cap Pa!a Bo: 115 Herbert Jr. 113 Economist jy „ 115 Military Sand •Apprentice allowance. Dudley Fidgets In Bench Role DETROIT, Nov. 10— (AP)—Bill Dudley, the.Detroit Lions' tough little all-round professional football football star, finally knows how it feels to watch a game from the bench. For the first time in his football career —.high school,.college 'and professional—Dudley fidgeted on the sideline yesterday with an ankle ankle injury, missing the entire'game as the Lions bowed to the Chicago Cardinals IT to 7. • It was an even swap,' however as the' Cardinals played without their injured star runner, Charley Trippi. ' -Bud Rcie. jOHenhauiec. -Hal-Ode...Off< " >«i w«., w«/enhauier.- - -Id Barnett, Offenhauter. S— Jack McGrath. Offenhaumr. . 9— Kelly Petillo. OHenhauier. 1O— Art tuce. MoWer Special. l Ayulo. Riley. uttman, Niiro Special^ IS-Mack Helllnn. Rffey. 22 — Cecil Burnauzh, Cragar. 26— Frank McGurk, Offenhauter. 27— Wild Bill Anderson. D. O. Hat. 1O— Art tuce. 12— Manuel Ayul IV- Troy Ruttma W-^Bud _____ Hill, Hill III >1111tr. Miller Special. Jill Steves. Kavn Special. •ord .Walten. Xretz. AbaJian. Bl«gi Special. [arry Abajt lud Sennett, w Genua. . Full) 77—Joe Genua. Johnson Special. 40t—Lenny low, Hlipano-Sulza. Award Goes To Robinson CHICAGO, Nov. 10—(AP)—Jackie 10—(AP)—Jackie Robinson, Negro first baseman for the Brooklyn Dodgers, last night .was .announced as the "rookie of the .year," selected annually annually by the Chicago chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Robinson, first of his race to make good in major league .baseball, .baseball, edged out Larry Jansen, New York Giant hurler, for the honor. In previous years, selection was made by the Chicago writers, but this year four writers from each major league city participated. Each ballot listed five choices, with five points for first choice, four for second, and down to one point for fifth choice. On this basis Robinson received 129 points, with 15 first place votes. Jansen collected collected 105 points, including 13 first choices. Following were Frank Shea, New York Yankees pitcher, 67 points; Ferris Fain, Philadelphia Philadelphia .Athletics first baseman, 43; and Frank Baumtibltz, : Cincinnati Cincinnati ..Reds outfielder,-42. Robinson will'be unable to attend attend the annual banquet of the Chicago' writers 'January 18, so the J. Louis Gomiskey trophy will be presented to hiin Wednesday night during a 'theater appearance appearance which the Negro star is'mak- ing; here.*,. Notre Dame Ranked Top Grid Eleven NEW YORK. Nov. 10-(AP)— Notre Dame strengthened its position position as the No. 1 college' football team of the country by its convincing-burst convincing-burst of power against Army according to most of the 169 writers writers 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. !. . Supposed to be strictly a passing team with an offense leaning heavily heavily on Johnny Lujack r Notre Dame flashed a steady ground game .that turned the Army flanks time and again for long gains. 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 35-Qromp through Indiana. The Wolverines, who. led • the pool during early season, head toward toward one of the tough'test 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 subpar Texas Aggies. SEVEN WRITERS tabbed the Penn' eleven . for' 'first place after its 19-7 conquest of Virginia while two liked SMU 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 10 for the 'first time -in years. " The Cadets were ranKed 13th. Southern California, 14-0 victors over stubborn Stanford, clung to fifth place and drew five first-place ballots-while Georgia Tech continued continued in sixth -position despite its close call against Navy, 16-14. The Engineers'-clash with'Alabama figures figures to be the best game in-the South this week. . TEXAS SURGED into: seventh, pushing unbeaten-untied 'Perm State to eighth. The Longhorns thumped Baylor, 38-7;. Penn State which had to go- hard in the .m 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 Mich- gan. California regained '10th place when Virginia sank iato the second division by bowing to Penn after a close battle. The total vote, with points figured figured on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis (first.place votes in parentheses): l. : Notre Dune -CUT) l.«2 2. Michigan (34) 1.528 3. Pennaylvanla (7) 1.145 4. Southern. Methodist (2) 1.137 5. Southern California (5) !"~ 6. Georgia Tech (1) . I 7. Texas' ' ! 8. Penn State (3) • ! 9. WlMonife • - • ] 10. California . 102 11, IlUnoii. 97; 12. WiUiam and Mary. -:- 13. Army. 64; 14. Alabama. 61; 15 and- 16. Virginia and Mlniulppi. tied. 46: 17. Mluouri. 42: 18. Utah. 36: 19, North Carolina. 33: 20. Minnesota, 32. Otheri receiving vote* were Columbia. 25; Kentucky. 22; Xaniai. 21: MinlniDDi State. 16: Wake Tortit. 15; UCLA. 10: Maryland. 9: VlUanova. S; Carolina.-' 4; Vanderbllt and Weileyan each 3; Borton College. Princeton. Rutitn an<J Purdue, each 2; Georgia. Trinity. Navy and Rice, each 1. •'•••'.". . .MeMOMUS TEMPE, Nov. 10—A battered but hopeful squad of Arizona State College at Tempe gridmen was busy today massaging stitt muscles and Charley horses in an effort to be ready to go against the University University of Arizona Wildcats Saturday night at Goodwin Stadium km Cominj out on the short end of a 21-0 contest wilth the Te«a». College of Mines, there are many ; bruises-and scrapes among the Sun. Devils Which will-keep practices light all this week. This game, for which Arizona fans and players have been waiting all season; pits one of the brightest brightest Tempe squads in several years against their bitter rivals from Tucson." . EDDIE DOHERTT, Tempe™, coach, is not overly optimistic -talent-hungry-Chicago Whit* about the ; State chances, but he Sox Krabbed off four of 26 selected say^ "I^thJnk that we have as players today as-13 Wg league clnbsr Horses Named For Handicap SAN MATED, Calif., Nov. CAP)— Eight horses were named Devils Nurse But Dig In For Cat* score won't: be 67-0 like it;was last year." •.'",'• ' ' . . •'. , ...... Although, Doherty claims that he has not been pointing for the U of A fracas, he does admit having "a few things saved back for them." Doherty also commended the fine team spirit that is already showing itself 'and states that "the; v really want to win this one." A question which has been bandied bandied about ever since Wilford (Whizzer) White's injury six weeks ago is "will White be ready for Arizona." . Despite many*'predictions many*'predictions that the Whizz will be in top shape, Doherty firmly maintains that the Mesa flash still is troubled by his bad ankle although, the Tempe mentor says, "White will be in his best .condition since he was injured." WHITE'S MESA buddy, Charlie Beall, quarterback, also is expected to see action although bothered by a bruised knee. Big Jim Montgomery, Sun Devil left end; is victim .of a bad Charley Horse; but is expected to be in good condition by game time. . Wendell' (Pat) Patterson,- has finished his season coaching; the Junior .-yarsity and is fast .getting ia shape for the Wildcats." A ; stand- The Philadelphia Phils, Pitt*., burgh. Pirates and Washington 5 Senators came right behind tear Sox; claiming three players apiece. 1 while both pennant winners,, the- Yanks and Dodgem, declined to —.exercise their draft-rights.. The- boys Detroit Tigers also foiled to-choose* - anyone.: They weren't even rep-j. resented at the. meeting;in Commissioner Commissioner A. B. Chandler's.Cincin- nati offices. -»' TWO FORMER major leaguers. 7 Al Gerhauser, pitcher, of Montreal State squad, Patterson will -play defensive tackle against the Arizona Arizona Blue Brigade.. •:' • • OTHER VICTIMS of the Texas Mines-Sun Devil tilt are Dave.Med- igovitch. right end, with an injured shoulder, and. Dick Alien, guard, who further injured some cracked ribs. Both of these .players are placed on the perhaps list along with Manuel Aja, fullback, with a sprained ankle, but almost all the rest ofothe Sun Devil starters are expected to see action against the invading Wildcats . .•Comparative scores indicate that the Tempes will once again bow to the strong Wildcats, but Doherty's "it won't be like last year*,' declaration, declaration, doesn't promise an easy victory victory for the Blue Brigade. ENKE WARNS CATS TUCSON, Nov. 10MAP)—Un- less the University of Arizona Wildcats Wildcats are oh guard every second of Saturday night's football game in Tempe, they'll have the gold swiped from their teeth by the Arizona Arizona State College at Tempe Sun Devils, Fred Enke, scout, warned today. "Anything is liable to happen," Enke said. "Some people, feel Arizona Arizona should win with ease. • I don't Tempe-has been getting keyed up for this game all. season. .There are signs in their dressing rooms 'Beat Arizona'. They are out to do just that" Indications that it will be one of the fiercest games since the schools- began playing- each other in 1899 were seen today when Mike Casteel, head coach of the Wildcats, said, "our kids will be ready to play the greatest football game they can ... .we know- we are apt to encounter anything Saturday Saturday night"- '-'-•• Clubs Grab 26 Player* Philadelphia Phillies — Walter Dubiel, pitcher, Seattle; John Blatnick, Blatnick, pitcher. Baltimore; Herbert Wilson, Inf ielder, Rochester. Washington — Charles Defan£ first baseman. Newark; Forrest Thompson, pitcher, Atlanta; K Lynn Okri, pitcher, Nashville. Pittsburgh—Forrest Main,, pitcher, pitcher, Kansas City;. Max West, outfielder. outfielder. San Diego; James Kteck> ley, pitcher, Birmingham. . " CHICAGO WHITE SOX —Ray Fletcher, catcher,' Milwaukee; A3ex Danelishen, Oklahoma City;" KIK man Brunswick, Houston, and! James Goodwin, Jersey City, pitch's. pitch's. .'•''-.:• Boston Braves—dint Conatser. outfielder, Buffalo; Edwin Post pitcher, Syracuse. . • St Louis • Cardinals—Lawrence Miggins, outfielder, Minneapolis- Chicago Cubs — Lloyd Lowe, shortstop, Columbus.'. Philadelphia Athletics — Eon (,; outfielder,. San Francisco; im Demars, second baseman; Mobile. « ST. LOUIS BROWNS-A1 Ger* hauser, pitcher, Montreal. Cincinnati — Ferrell Anderson, catcher, St PauL 77" aeveland-rtLeonard Ratto, shcr|- stop, Portland; wniiam Kennedy* pitcher, Louisville.. t New York Giants—Jack HaJktt; pitcher, IndlenapoHii. ; Boston Red Sox—John Ostrowski,; Ostrowski,; third baseman, LOB Angeles; Boris Martin, catcher, Toledo. . •Pretty •Pretty Maggie Wins Feature SANMATEO, CaHt, NOT. 19 (AP)—SepphirfrSlablea Pretty Maggie, with Gene TiaVisen op, wen the *3J«e feature race at Bay Meadows today im a. finish IB which all five eatiias were bsmelMd.witia lesa I length between first ant ] Prettr Maggie rap Cop at the wtre." The 1 eMng Ray XI Caneja- ah» managed to aeee out Stfe-rap- Cop, who flnaiSMil third altar being seven length* ahrai at. the first tun. Pretty BUgg&a paid tua, ft and *&4*v Vt. ConeJ* paid^fClo and «4JaV

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