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SECTION 2 FOOTBALL THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, 1942. FOOTBALL RUBY'S REPORT Ruby and Keeler Tour 3Iovie Lot And Pose With Star Who Learned Football From Centre's Armstrong Pasadena, Calif., Dec. 28. O. B. Keeler, the veteran golf writer from Atlanta and I accompanied the Georgia coaches' wives to a movie lot the other day and watched the filming of a part of the forthcoming war benefit revue, "Thank Your Lucky Stars." (O. B. and I are roomies, by the way, forming quite a familiar Hollywood combination Ruby-Keeler). ... On the stage were several wooden sets representing clouds. On top of one, Alexis Smith and two pretty boys did a complicated dance while the set moved toward the center of the stage among many pretty little girls reclining on other splintery clouds. Workers in the wings tossed water on dry ice, and blew the white clouds thus formed across the stage. It rolled off the stage and down where we were seated. . . . The scene required 2Vz hours to ar range and 40 seconds to shoot. . . . While the preliminary work was going on, Alexis and Dennis Morgan, the male star, posed with us for pictures. Dennis is a former football player, and his coach was N'orris Armstrong, the veteran Centre College ace of the days of Bo McMillin. . He ushered O. B. and me over to his lot bungalow, where he prac tices his songs and cooks with gas. One of his prized posses sions there is a picture of himself and two other film notables insoecting some Kentucky to bacco sent him by Armstrong . . . We remained too long away from the set and when we re turned the director was tearing his hair. "My gawd," he was yelling. "Everything's ready, even the clouds, and Morgan's disappeared!" He motioned to Morgan's stand-in to take his place for another trial run, and then gave his cue, which went something like this: "Love isn't born . . . it's made . . . One . . two . . three . . four . Boop!" All the time helping to Ehove back the camera standard (on automobile wheels) for a sort cf a fade-out shot. The scene is part of the finale. ... On the lot with us were Bill Guthrie of Danville, now a traffic manager for the film folks; Dave Butler, the man who discovered Mimi Chandler, and Jim Moran, the quite famous publicist, who once arranged for the sale of a refrigerator to an Eskimo. f i kf it r ' ! -I m " .Norris Armstrong Taught Football to Dennis Morgan 2 Vol Backs Injured By Heavy Work Sinky Preps; Promoters See Sellout Texas, Too, Wishes Tech Hadn 9t Lost Dallas, Texas, Dec. 28 (AP) Coach D. X. Bible of the University cf Texas regrets that Georgia Tech lost its last game of the season to Georgia. He shivered in freezing weather as his Longhorns went through their initial practice at the site of the seventh annual rntir.n Rnvi fam nri nhsPrvpH- twos and threes from over the "We will be catching Georgia Tech on the rebound. I'd rather play a team after it had won its last game instead of one that felt it had to redeem itself for a defeat." The Texas squad arrived by Redskin Boss Thinks Baugh Wanted to Play Says Star Never Refused Charily Performance Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., Dec. 18 UP) Sammy Baugh. star for ward passer of the Washington Redskins, had definitely planned to play against the Professional All-Stars in yesterday's charity football came at Philadelphia. Cicorce P. Marshall, president of the Redskins, paid today. Baugh's failure to arrive for the contest from his home in Ro-taii, Texas, after arrangements :were made to fly him to Philadelphia brought an investigation by Elmer Layden, commissioner cf the National Football League. SICK WITH FLU Marshall said that the day after the Redskins defeated the Chi cago Bears for the pro football rhampionship December 13, BauRh told him he would appear for the charity game. "As far as I know, he has been nick with the flu for a week, and that must have been the reason he didn't get to Philadelphia," Uarsh-ill said. "Baugh has appeared in lots of charity games in which he has barely broken even on expenses. In the six years he has been with the team, he never brought up the subject of money in this kind cf game. lie played in 16 football games this year and rolled tip more time than in any previous year. "Last year he played with the All-Stars against the Chicago Bears in another charity contest for the Navy. It would be ridiculous to even suggest that Baugh r'.idn't show up because he wasn't getting paid." state by noon today and Bible sent them through a brisk workout of calisthenics, passing and punting. An hour later the Georgia Tech squad took the same field and held a similar practice session. Coach Bill Alexander announced there would be two workouts daily until Thursday but that the morning drill would be only limbering up exercises and walking. Bible dwelt at length on the versatility of the Tech team his Longhorns meet Friday. SETTLE DOWN "It's difficult to build a de fense against an all-around eleven like that," the bald, chunky little Texas mentor said. "You know more is expected of Texas than ever before in a football game because we are the Southwest Conference champions and because we arc playing our first bowl game. The practice sessions this afternoon were largely given over to the photographers but tomorrow both teams will settle down to hard drills. Texas will work out only once a day, however. Larry Zontini Joins Bill Meek On Sidelines Edgewater Park, Miss., Dec. 28 (P) The Tennessee Vols now are nursirfg two injured backs as the result of heavy scrimmages as they prepared for Tulsa in the Sugar Bowl. The latest casualty is Larry Zontini, wingback, put out of commission in the rough work. Bill Meek was injured soon after rj Vols arrived here last week Al Sabato, who has replaced Meek as blocking back on the second eleven, showed a lot of stuff in scrimmage and probably will get the call if Meek is not ready. Not Satisfied Bay St. Louis, Miss., Dec. 28 (j?) The Tulsa Hurricane went through a long drill here this afternoon with most of the work devoted to offensive operations. Coach Henry Frnka said he was not entirely satisfied with the session and scheduled another closed drill for Tuesday. Tuesday had been scheduled originally for an "Open House" for visiting writers and radio men but Frnka changeJ this affair to Wednesday. Passing maneuvers featured most of the Monday drill and the peggers, led by Glenn Dobbs, N. A. Keithley and Clyde Leforce, were hitting their targets with consistent regularity. Fly to El Paso Tucson, Ariz.. Dec. 28 The undefeated Second Air Force Bombers will take a final Arizona workout tomorrow before flying to El Paso for the New Year's Day Sun Bowl game with the Hardin-Simmons cowboys. Billy Sewell. backfield star from Washington State, was the only player missing from Sunday's drill. Sewell is hospitalized with influenza, but is expected to be ready for action against the border conference champions Fri day. Leahy to Rest South Bend, Ind., Dec. 28 P) Frank W. Leahy, head football coach at Notre Dame, left today for Miami Beach, Fla., to spend six or eight weeks resting. Leahy recently has been treat ed at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., for spinal arthritis. Violation Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 28 P) Traveling to football "bowl games or making social trips in rented cars during the holiday season "is a definite violation of the Office of Defense Transporta tion rubber conservation policies," officials declared here today. Pasadena, Calif., Dec. 28 (AP) Maybe a glimpse of Frankie Sinkwich's celebrated ankles is the lure, or per haps the populace is just steamed up over what promises to be a bang-up footbal game. Anyway, another sellout crowd of 93,000 is in prospect for the Rose Bowl game New Year's Day. Public sale of tickets closed today, and Bill Ackerman, U. C. L. A.'s graduate manager, said there is every indication the huge saucer will be filled to the brim when the Bruins and Georgia University's Bulldogs answer the whistle. The only time in recent years bowl athletes didn't perform to a capacity crowd was January 1, 1934, when a terrific rainstorm cut attendance about half. Sinkwich, the ace Georgia back whose ankles have attracted more attention of late than any chorus girl's, donned his gridiron armor today for a light workout. It was the first time Frankie had suited up in four days. Coach Wally Butts of the Bulldogs has a ready-made alibi in his star's aching ankles, but he refuses to take advantage of it, or maybe he thinks he won't need it . "I suppose I could moan if I wanted to," Butts remarked, "but the fact is I think he'll be Travel Restrictions Hit Sugar Bowl Sales New Orleans, Dec. 28 (A) The Sugar Bowl program rolled on to the Friday football clash between Tennessee and Tulsa today with official reports that 27,000 of the 73,000 seats still are unsold and strong indications that wartime transportation restrictions will prevent a sellout for the first time since the Sugar Bowl inaugural in 1934. Joseph B. David, nresident, today told the Quarterbacks Club that it would take a mighty spurt on the part of local buyers to clean up the remaining tickets, and from other quarters came indications the top attendance expected is around 55,000. Ticket sales declined almost to a snail's pace a fortnight ago when Joseph B. Eastman, transportation director, requested the bowl sponsors to recall tickets they had sent to Tulsa and Tennessee for sale, and mail order selling was halted in order to limit attendance to local residents, thereby avoiding a drain on transportation facilities. . in condition, so there's no reason trying to kid anybody." BRUINS DRIVE Bruin Coach Babe Horrell drove his athletes through their last tough pre-game drill today. Horrell will start Jim Dougherty, fast and rangy, at roving center. Dougherty's specialty, or one cf them, is knocking down forward passes, and Horrell thinks he may be a partial antidote for the aerial poison dished out by Sinkwich and Charley Trippi. After concentrating all week on a defense against Georgia's passing, the Bruins devoted today to brushing up their own attack. This features the passing of Bob Waterfield, and the running of Vic Smith and Al Solari. ' AP Wirephoto. Belly Grahle gives Georgia's Dick Richardson thing to rememher me by." some- Jokes Like This Jake With Dick Hollywood, Dec. 28 (AP) Handsome Dick Richardson, University of Georgia tackle, can take a joke. In fact, he likes 'em this way. Before the Georgia team left for the Tournament of Roses, some of Dick's teammates sent Actress Betty Grable a wire over Richardson's name, asking for a date. Miss Grable surprised everyone, except the studio publicity department, by accepting. Today she kept the date. She had luncheon with Richardson and later showed him around the studio. She concluded the date with a great big kiss. W.hen Dick said, "This will be something to tell my grandchildren," the curvesome actress quipped: "What! Don't tell me you have grandchildren!" Segura Now Choice For Tennis Title Meets Bartlett After Schroeder Forced to Pass Orange Bowl Declared Sellout As Teams Start Final Drills Chicago Bear To Help Coach Sun Bowl Club Clyde Turner to Join Harrfin-Simmons Staff Abilene. Texas, Dec- 28 Clyde (Bulldog) Turner, all-professional football center with the Chicago Bears, will help coach Hardin-Simmons Cowboys in their Sun Bowl game with the Second Army Air Force January 1. For two years the husky Turner, one of Hardin-Simmons' finest players, has coached the Cowboys' line in spring practice. The Cowboys go to El Paso Wednesday. Miami, Fla., Dec. 28 (AP) The Orange Bowl football game will be mostly for the home folks this time, but they'll pack the cozy Roddy Burdine Stadium Friday to watch Alabama's Southerners take on the Yankees from Boston College. "It's a sell-out," President Oscar E. Dooly, Jr., reported today. "We won't even open the ticket windows at the stadium New Year's Day. "Only a few tickets are left, and people are waiting in line to take them up." HARD HIT Miami's tourist season has been hard hit by the war, and most of the 30.000 persons who can find seats in the Orange Bowl will be residents. Almost all of the tickets had to be sold locally, since the Office of Defense Transportation put a ban on the former practice of sending from 5,000 to 10,000 to the competing schools for disposal. The" thousands of soldiers and sailors in the area will be well represented, however, since both end zone bleachers have been turned over to the enlisted men. TIP-TOP Last January 1 the turnstile count was 35,505, but since then the bleachers have been condemned and the stadium lost about 7,000 seats in the rebuilding. Both teams started their final conditioning drills today, and indications were that most players would be in tip-top shape for their efforts in unaccustomed heat. A late problem came up to worry Coach Denny Myers of Boston. Halfback John Killelea is far below par, apparently as a result of working too hard in the sun, and Myers said "We're laying our plans to go without him." The coach talked about switching Quarterback Eddie Doherty to Killelea's left halfback post and leaving Quarterback Walter Bou-dreau with most of the ball-passing duties. New Orleans, Dec. 28 (U.R) Francisco Segura of Ecuador became an odds-on favorite tonight to annex the Sugar Bowl tennis crown tomorrow when he meets Earl Bartlett of New Orleans in the final. The colorful South American, defeated by Ted Schroeder of Glendale, Calif., in last year's tournament, romped over Jack Cushingham, U. S. Navy of Los Angeles, 6-2, 6-0, in a late afternoon semi-finals match today. Schroeder, defending champion, encountered wartime travel troubles and was forced to default after failing to appear today for his first round match which had been postponed since Saturday in expectation that he would arrive. TALBERT LOSES Bartlett defeated BUly Talbert of Cincinnati, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5, in the other semi-final. Bartlett and Jack Tuero of Memphis, Tenn., are slight favorites over Talbert and Charles Mattman, New York, in the doubles final which is to be played tomorrow. In today's doubles matches, Bartlett and Tuero defeated Jim Evert of Chicago and Cushingham, 6-3, 6-4. Champ Advances Brookline, Mass.. Dec. 28 (JT) Lillian Lopaus of City Island, N. Y., defending champion in the Girls' National indoor tennis tournament, today paced the small field into the third round at Long-wood. She drew a first round bye and then defeated Kitty Hill of Brookline, 6-2, 6-1. Southern Boxers Win New Orleans, Dec. 28 (F)A team of eight Southern amateur fighters defeated Chicago's squad 6-2 here tonight before a crowd of 2,500 which turned out to see the seventh annual Sugar Bowl ficht tournament. The Southern team, comprised mainly of New Orleans boys, marked three victories in four starts for the Crescent City Sugar boxers. In the past they have turned back St. Louis and Memphis, being beaten only in 1939 by a crack Philadelphia crew. Crihlcr Dies In Aetion Wildwood, N. J., Dec. 28 ? The War Department has notified relatives here that Capt. Frank Spang, 26, U.S.M.C., former star athlete at Pennsylvania Military College, has been killed in action in the Pacific. East 'Boubles-Up' In Drills for West San Francisco, Dec. 28 (AP) Eastern players went back on a twice a day practice program today in a final speed up for the East-West charity football game here January 1. Coach Andy Kerr of Colgate was confined to the Santa Clara University Infirmary with a bronchial condition but Georg: Hauser of Minnesota and Dud De Groot of Rochester put the men through their paces. 2 SQUARES With only a few practice sessions remaining, the squad was divided into two teams as follows: Ends Dave Schreiner, Wisconsin, Bob Dove, Notre Dame; Tackles, Dick Wildung. Minnesota, Al Wistert, Michigan; Guards, John Billman, Minnesota, Tom Alberghini, Holy Cross; Center, Joe Sabasteanski, Fordham; Quarterback, George Ceithaml, Michigan; Left Half, Bill Daley. Minnesota; Right Half. Les Horvath, Ohio State; Fullback, Steve Filipowicz, Ford-ham. Ends Bill Burkett, Iowa, Ed Murphy, Holy Cross; Tackles. Al Klub, Marquette. Tom Vohs, Colgate; Guards, Harry Wright, Notre Dame, Mort Shiekman, Pennsylvania; Center. Spence M o s 1 e y , Yale; Quarterback. George Lynn, Ohio State; Left Half, Paul Governali, Columbia; Right Half. Max Kielbasa, Du-quesne; .Fullback, Bert Stiff, Pennsylvania. The Western squad, training at Stanford University, sprung a surprise by suddenly adopting the T-formation, to alternate with the single wing system. USE 'T Use of the T-formation was a concession to Don Faurot of Missouri, by Co-Coach Orin Holling-bery of Washington State. Faurot expressed belief the players could pick up the intricate formations within the next three days. The "T" attack will be built around Bob Steuber cf Missouri and Jim Jurkovich cf California, two unusually fast halfbacks. Faurot's Missouri teams wen the Big Six championship the last two years. His, version ef the T-formation does not make use of a man in motion. Tom Roblin of Oregon and Tony Compagno of St. Mary's prob ably will handle the quarter-backing. Six members of the squad already are thoroughly grounded in the "T." They are Faurot's Missouri boys, Steuber, D o a Reece, a blocking back and Mike Fitzgerald, guard, and three Stanford players. Ed Stamm, tackle, and guards. Chuck Taylor and Bruno Banducci. Flamingo Senirii Greeting! frnm iPOST & PADDOCK CLUB? t Block. So. of Fitlrrn ParkwiT S ft On Block From Ead of Mill St. Bat Make Your New Year's Eve Reservations NOW MA 9404 $1.50 Per Person Plui Tax Cage Scores Colleges Northeastern 6t Rochester 4.1 Detroit : Knnsas '1 Idaho 4 Harvard Naval M Harvard :; Selfridge Field 2H Knrriham :n Idaho Southern S! Southern California 48 Lone Island 40 Indiana l Lovola (Chirafo) 4:i Orefon Slate 41 Wayne (Mirh.t 2 Camp nix nn IS e w London IU n I'eru NAII M Huntington 44 OKLAHOMA CITY MEET .. E. Oklahoma 40 Baylor 30 Maryvllle (Mo) 7 Southeastern (Kan) 3A Dnquesne 4H DePaul 40 Texas .V E. C. Oklahoma 31 Arkansas 43 Texas Tech 38 Texa Chriian 4 West T Pittsburg (Kan.) 40 Rice 3A Texas Wesleyan 33 Norman Naval 24 Oklahoma Ags 34 Springfield (Mo.) 'i'J NEBRASKA MEET Wavne 3' Ml-"" " Hastings 41 Tork 40 Kramer 4! Doane 31 GIVING 'EM FITZ As the New Year approaches, persons are making Rood resolutions and bad highballs and, speaking from experience, one safely can say that the good resolutions don't last any longer than the bad highballs. In our time, we have heard the hammering manufacture of good resolutions and we have lived an amazing thing in itself to see the good resolutions last no longer than a Christmas toy you spent a buck and a half for. In our limited contact with mundane existence, we have come to the conclusion that the Impulse of good resolutions started with Adam, when, on a New Year's Eve, he decided to give up fruit and that it was resumed, at a later date, by Tommy Manville when he decided to remain a bachelor and live the life of a celibate. Roth, needless to express, broke their resolutions. These facts are a commentary on the weakness of human nature. The corrective measure, we think, lies in a change of the adjectival part of resolutions. Instead of making good resolutions, persons should make bad resolutions. Since all New Year's resolutions are broken, anyway, wouldn't it be better to break bad, instead of good, resolutions? You don't have to answer it because we didn't give you a skyline pen or a self- Little Georgia High Claims Five Records By ROMXEV WHEELER. Atlanta, Dec. 28 (AP) Tom Moorer hasn't built a better mousetrap but if football talent scouts don't beat a three-lane highway to his home at Griffin, Ga., it's because they can't read the newspapers. Moorer, in short, has built a better football team. So much better, in fact, that it beat everything in its own league and won Georgia's 1942 Class-B gridiron championship with an average of nearly 52 points a game against scarcely five for its opponents. Here are five new national Fchoolbov records claimed by Griffin High School all established by players ranging from 15 to 17 years of age: 1. Total Points: 518 scored in 10 games by a dozen players, in cluding two tackles and two guards. 2. Extra Points: Fifty out of 66 tries, converted by place-kicking Harry Walker, towering 17-year-old end. 3. Scoring: By a Single Back-field: 318 points by first-string halfbacks James Whitmire and Marvin Jenkins, and fullback Roy Brisendine. 4. Punting:: A team average for the season of slightly more than 47 yards from scrimmage. 5. Long: Touchdown Runs: Twenty-one scoring runs of 50 yards or more. The team was undefeated until the last game of its regular season, when it went out of its own class to play Decatur High of Suburban Atlanta, and lost a 13- 21 decision. It won the state championship in a post-season game, whipping Albany (Ga.) 19-6 in a muddy battle. Whitmire, a 17-year-old 185-pounder, scored 23 times for 138 points, 15 runs being 50 yards or more and eight of them in excess of 60 yards. Thrice he ran for touchdowns from within 10 yards of his own goal. Jenkins, 17 years old and 165 pounds, led the state in schoolboy scoring at 144 points, while Walker, captain and end, scored 93, fifty points being touchdown - conversions. Brisendine, 170-pound fullback averaged 48 yards from scrimmage on kicks, punting thrice for 60 yards against one opponent, and twice for 70 yards against another. Redskins and All-Stars Proved 'The Play's the Thing' By BOB CONSIDINE New York, Dec. 28 (INS) Shakespeare or Evil-Eye Finkle or somebody once said "The play's the thing." For corroboration, we give you the Redskins-All-Stars game of Sunday. It turned out to be a whale of a game in spite of itself. By and large the boys were a disgruntled lot as they trotted on the field. They had given up Christmas vacations to play in a slightly dismal off-season game and none of them was getting a quarter. The All-Stars were unhappy because Don Hutson had begged off on account of the pressure of business and an injury. The Redskins were upset over the failure of Sammy Baugh and Dick Todd to appear. But then the "play" started and it turned out to be "the thing." Nothing else mattered. The boys were in there to win and they fought as if their lives, or their salaries, depended on it. The block and tackle work was ferocious, neck hairs bristled throughout, a Redskin was banished, a Bear wanted to fight an official who ruled against the All- Stars, and once the entire Redskin squad advanced out on the field with fists clenched. The game had a 97-yard touchdown run by Bill Dudley, a 25-yard touchdown by Washington's center Ki Aldrich, fine passing and great bucking. The boys started out with their tongues in their cheeks, and finished with their fangs in somebody else's. repeater pencil when you came in in the first place. But. let's imagine a fellow making a bfd, instead of a good. New Year's resolution. Scene A local grog shop. A friend of the New Year resolutionist Gee, Joe, I'm glad to see you. I've never seen you look so bad. You must have lost at least 20 pounds since the last time I saw you. Boy, you really look decrepit! The New Year resolutionist Thanks, Jim, and I really feel lousy, too! There's nothing like it. I didn't realize what I was missing. I haven't breathed a sober breath for three weeks now and you don't know how much worse I feel. And the money I've spent! Why I didn't know you could spend so much more money and make your family so much more tin-happier than when I carried through that New Year's resolution. I feel like a new man. A friend of the New Year resolutionist I don't know how you do it, Joe, but more power to you! Scene 2. a week after New Years A crowded bus. A friend of the New Year resolutionist Say. boy, I thought you were off the water wag-on. You must have slipped. Why, you're more sober than a hoot owl. The New Year resolutionist, ashamedly Yeah, I figured I'd stay sober only on week-ends at first, but I woke up with such a good feeling on Mondays I needed another shot of sobriety and then I was off. I kept pouring that cold sobriety down me the rest of the week and now I'm just back where I started before New Year's. Jim, I'm in bad shape. I don't know where I should go. I've got to do something about it because I'm ashamed to admit it I've become a strict teetotaler. 1 DINE & , t t ill DANCE NITELY 2 2 2 2 Mte Club Bradley Ave. So. of Eastern Parkway NEW FLOOR SHOW BILLY LUKER'S ORCHESTRA Carl Zollr, M.C. Please call early for New Year's Eve Reservation. Reduced Prke for Advance Reservation!. Per Person Phone MA 9426 Dixit hioh wa r i2 FLOOR SHOWS !J 7 Dick Durlauf's Music . 7 CLOSED MOXDATI ( 1 I l1 Tuet. & Wed. if ' fc Dinner Gatst Only JT MM TEAK'S CVI ; Kcsarratlaas SB M31 $2.00 Per co-pi. 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