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REPUBLIC BULLDOG (Section 3) Page 13 Friday, April 7, 1950. .The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. anity Code Amendmeii Pr Dosed By NCAA o A Miami Names ! Nick Ragus As Athletic Boss (ExrliiMve Republic Dispatch) MIAMI, Apr. 6 Nick Ragus. former head coach at Arizona State at Flagstaff, has heen appointed director of athletics at Miami High School. - The promotion carries with it the additional title of assistant to the principal, according to E. E. McClain, principal. -Ragus, who joined the teaching staff last fall after resigning front the Liimherjack job. will continue la teach. The athletic duties will be special work in addition. kKe will have charge of scheduling "and administration of the athletic budget. The coaches of the vari&us sports will report directly to-him rather than to the principal, HcCJain explained. Weather Forecast For Sportsmen The U. S. Weather Bureau forecast Thursday: Salt, River Canyon Lakes, Lake Mead. Lower Colorado River aren and ! Upper Gulf of California Mostly sunny with some high cloudiness. Moderate to winds Saturday, decreasing day. Somewhat cooler with perajure range 45 to 85. fresh Sun- ! tern- i Hay den Hitters Blast Ray, 24-1 HAYDEN, Apr. 6 Hayden High won its fifth victory of the season, against one loss, 'by mauling Ray here Thursday. 24 to 1. Of the 19 Hayden hits, three boys were responsible for 10. Filberto Crii7 and Richard Bracamonte collected three each and Santero Lancarte rapped out four. Ray was limited to five hits, with Juelo Varela, who worked the first five innings, the winner. 7 5 LAP J A L GRAND PRIX SAT. NITE! So. Mountain Speedway Gates Open 7 P. M. Time Trials 7:30 Trophy Dash 8:30 "Motor Racing" over KTAR 4:15 P. M. This Saturday East Buisrs from MefropolltBii FY RACE You can gather all your dreams and expectations Into one little package and see their realization. That package Is called GT-V, a lour prepared by the Republic and Gazette World Travel Service, encompassing every point of interest, offering the very best of accommodations in the most fascinating cities and towns Europe huts- to offer. You leave New York via T.W.A. and arrive at Paris, launching you on the most exciting series of journeys you could ever hope to experience. The points ot interest and sights to, be seen and general conditions of the tour are much too numerous to mention in so small a space, and to attempt to do justice to such extensive prcgram here would be almost ridiculous, therefore we have prepared for you an Itinerary giving complete information as to exact accommodations, dates, places of arrivals and departures. Simply write, phone or by all means come in person; we will be glad to let you have this information. Here are just a few of the things included Urine Arro.-nmortt1on, Tlt to Hotel and Porter Fees. All First Cla Trans port firm. Entrance Fees and Cratul tlea on SlihUeetm Trips, etc., etc : This tour will be conducted under the personal supervision of Ben y . Cahill, one of Arizona's most eminent travelers. For Complete Information Call S-llll REPUBLIC AMI GAZETTE WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE Ask for Ben Cahill 120 EAST YAN BUREN Republic & Gazette Bldg. Softball Mound Moved I J - - Vi PC2 - - if- m I t "1 f" ' 1 I ll '? I i Softball diamonds the nation over are undergoing a major operation this year, to conform to a new rule setting the pitcher's mound three feet farther away from home plate. Here, Charley Meredith, Phonix Softball Park groundskeeper is replacing the mound rubber. Home plate at the park also is being moved out five feet, to conform with the rules. Mesa Netmen Drub Judsou Mesa High's unbeaten boys' tennis team went through its 10th straight engagement without losing an individual match Thursday, routing Judson School, 9 to 0. i The results: j Singles Dean Iarsen defeated Dirk i Cartton. 6-1, 6-2; Tony Wells defeated Jerry Flores. 6-2. 6-1; Stanley Duke defeated Andy Lewi 6-2. 6-2; Wallace Coates defeated Jnhi Gibbs. 6-3, 6-1; Nelson Curtis defeated5 Jim Wirk. 6-4. 2-6. 6-2; Dee Webb defeated John Marshall. 6-1. 6-2. Douhles Wells-Duke defeated Carlton-Lewis. 3-6. 6-1. 6-2; Larsen-Coates defeated GibhsWirk. 61. 6-1; CurtisWebb defeated Flores-Marshall. 6-1. 7-S. INGLESIDE TURF CLUB FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY POST TIME FRIDAY 3:10 Gen. Adm. 50c Thomas Rd. Ph. 5-9972 FLENTY FREE PARKING Depot Direct to Trark ysmx : 55 Days e 11 Countries Pad elf or d Quits As Gilbert Coach GILBERT. Apr. 6 fAP) The head coaching job at Gilbert High is open following the resignation of John C. Padelford, jr., former University of Arizona basketball and baseball star. Padelford. who was also an all-state football and basketball player at Peoria High, said lie planned to return to school and obtain a master's degree. He will then resume his coaching career. Padelford has been coach of -all sports here for two years. Shader To Ignore Arizona Charges TUCSON", Apr. 6 (AP) Mickey Shader, New York Giants' scout who was sairl to have tried to lure University of Arizona baseball players out of school in order to play professional hall, indicated Thursday he will do nothing about charges marie against him. Shader wrote to the Tucson representative of the Giants, "unless the New York Giants say other-wive. I have no intention of doing anything about the charges at all. I'm goig to ignore the entire matter." n j ! J ! Policy Makers To Get Secret Changes Next Plans Raiif;p From iSo Change To Allcl Aid For Athletes CHICAGO, Apr. fi--(AP) -Six undisclosed proposals for amendments to the controversial Sanity Code were drafted Thursday as National Collegiate Association leaders ended a "meeting of minds" on athletic practices throughout Ihe country. The proposals evolved from a two-day session between the NCAA's executive committee and representatives of 20 affiliated conferences. Hugh C. Willett, NCAA president, of Southern California, declinedat a news conference to describe the nature of the proposals. Rut he said they ranged from "absolutely no change up to considerable additional aid for worthy athletes." THE PROPOSALS will be channeled to a three-man screening committee for submission to the NCAA's policy-making council in August and also will be reported to the NCAA's annual convention in Dallas next January. Whether or not the council sees fit to accept or reject the proposals, Willett said, the current meeting pledged to submit the findings to the annual convention. They may be placed before the convention in amendment form by their sponsors, he said. Willett stressed that the six proposals culled from the commissioners all point towards three common aims. These are: 1. That athletes . getting aid must be academically worthy both in college entrance and progress towards degree requirements: 2. There must be "positive and definite evidence aid recipients need assistance (no "across-the-board-grants"); and 3. All such aids must be administered by regular campus agencies. WILLETT SAID the group was unable to arrange a vote on the proposals which were, he said, made in "rough note form." He also shied away from queries as to whether such a specific proposal was made at the southern bloc's known preference for free room and board for athletes. The present code restricts aid mainly to tuition only. Undoubtedly, the southern contingent's proposal was among the suggested amendments, although Bernie Moore, Southeastern Conference commissioner, who said Wednesday he planned to make such recommendation, Thursday had no comment. Close observers generally believe that the Dallas convention will wrap up enough of the recommendations to affect expanded aid. THE COMMISSIONERS acted Wednesday and Thursday as a survey committee to activate the so- ; called Byrd resolution. Willett ex- i plained. The Byrd resolution, pass- ed at the New York convention last j January, called for a survey of athletic practices to rieiermine the : effectiveness of the present code. I ;ilii u :: inn i rdiii Ulf l i M I 1 1 MIL "I . well-acquainted wit h regional problems of scholarship and campus and off-campus jobs for athletes, were able to do in round table discussion what would have required weeks and months of exploring on an individual basis. Some commissioners, Willet said. i admitted there were instances where schools felt "there was no responsibility" on the methods bv ; which off-campus jobs were handed to athletes. Others, he added, j conceded there were "some rather generous grants to athletes." Still more reported that athletes simply lacked enough free time to handle jobs for their upkeep. WILLETT ESTIMATED that the attending commissioners represented two-thirds of the 2S0 NCAA members. Ostensibly, their report will carry considerable weight when presented to the Dallas convention. The report will be carried to the convention by a three-member committee composed of Reaves Peters, Big Seven commissioner, chairman; Max Farrington of George Washington; and J. H. Nichols of Obetiin College. Purses on harness racing's Grand Circuit in 1050 top S2.0n0.000 for the third straight year. I'lny It ftnisrt with a KUkharfrr M r r r u r y "Siipr It", ' nt- hnsrd with Kull lewlrd Tnwrr th' fimt in ?h hart of norl mn. Tbr know Mercury' Innzh and nitrrd. Full Jtwtttd Powf- Ba!l and Kolltr Bearing! Throughout Authorized Mermry Dralrr THOMAS BROS. 91" East Van Buren 1 I Logger Spring Drills To Speed Up Tuesday FLAGSTAFF. Apr. fi Ben J. Reiges. recently appointed head football coach at Arizona State College at Flagstaff, said Thursday that spring football here will pull into full swing Tuesday. For nearly a week. Lumberjack workouts have been limited 1o light drills ,-?nd renewal of fundamentals. Mid-semester exams have kept the squad rlmvn to mem hers, but Ihe number is expected to rise after Easier. Also, baseball and track activities have kept six lettermen. Sam Van Dyke, Clay Spivey, Milton Evans. Gus Head-ington, Jack Holland, and Dub Bryan off the gridiron. REIGES EXPECTS IS ret timing j Topp. Jim Collier. iVid Marv Horn-lettermen and 15 or 20 cood f rosh j er are out for the end spots, prospects. Graduation will take 11 lettermen, including almost all of last year's starting line. Perhaps the hardest hit position has been at the ends where graduate exercises will lake a heavy toll. Big Vince Cisterna. Little All-America. All-Coast, and All-Border Conference star, and Sonny Dale are two of the top ends to leave. A weak position also can be expected at center where two veterans, Pat Kleiner and Flossy Sharpe, have been lost. Bill Scarborough, frosh fullback last .fa- son has been shifted to the pivat.Shafcr fanned the final yyillLams uarios riennioia. .iarun spaw. Fred Jones, and Pete Caretto also are candidates.. A SI RPU-S is present at all other positions. Reiges reports. Backs Jack Holland. Van Dvke. and Rudy Larisch are three who appear to he starting material. Gus Headington, who was out the last three games with an injured shoulder, and Jack Bonnell. rugged understudy to Headington. are almost sure bets for unlimited quarterback playing. Husky Boh Pavlich, coming up from a successful job with last season's frosh. is another slick ball-handler to be considered". The 190-pounder also is an excellent point-after producer. Shifted from guard to tackle is Lamar Haines, rugged 200-pound veteran. Bill Bellomo. 250. from Chicago, and Ken Swart-z. 210, willlheader Monday. undoubtahly see much action with I John Oddenetto and Manuel A1Zlflt TVi Cnnnll guana, 200-pound returning letter-lfl "-'t- ' OfflCIt man. RETURNING varsity guard are Paul Saunders. Bob Taylor, Sam Stevens, and Bobby Saenz. Upcoming freshman are Clyde Eldridge. Joe Boh Smith. Bill Falcon, and Jim Polke. Althouh the versatility of Cis-jSity. President Rupert N. Richard-terna-and Dale will he lost at ison. has announced. j jt, ,, i ,L L ! .. I J I . t '-JMn.J"l.l..iWM'.IH'. j IMW.L,,ltU IWIIIHIIIJIIIPW t J3 r ' 'fin. rumrr ihtos eowi a ffi Mill f tT-louis. cmiii omani . tLf Kr- he i rv Your friends will tell you . . . your own good taste will tell you . . . Falstaff "s got something! A mellow, golden flavor no other beer can match. It's dry, light, but lively! For . . . unbke ordinary beers, Falstaff is brewed only with premium quality grain and a premium quality yeast so rare that it is insured for one MILLION DOLLARS. beer at any price. You'll know why so many people prefer Falstaff over any other beer . . . almost 2 to 1. Tun In h Mrrti!h MIKi.n -.how on Rmtio station KOOI. Monday. Wrdncuday. Fridays, :15 P. f i 4- ends, there seems to be a large supply of flankers on hand. Jess Sanchez, who played tackle last year, will be found at an end spot this season. Also. Joe Parish. Dan Moss. Walt Smith, Shea Heslep. and freshmen Don Puence. Jim Bears Defeat Fliers, 8 To 7 Thoenix College held off a late Williams Air Force Base uprising to down the Fliers at Phoenix College Thursday. 8 to 7. The Airmen had the game-tying run on second base when George j Ba!5f na,,er- ft00 Slaughter hit safely twice in four trips. Bob Young picked up ' 'r t hree and Lyle Underdown homered to account for all the Bears' hits. Much of the Bruins scoring was set up by walks and errors. Charlie Willbern started for the Bears, but was unable to get a man out in the seventh and retired in favor of Shafer. Sam Post en. member of the Charlotte. N. C, junior American Legion team which won the national championship two years ago. hit three for five for the Fliers and Carl Smith got two for four. Th Bears, now' boasting a 10-3 record, will meet the University of Arizona Wildkittens in a double- Cowboy Linemen ABINENE, Tex., Apr. 6 Al Milch has been elevated to varsity line coach, and Bill Scott has been named head freshman football icoach at Hardin-Simmons Univer- ec7 itvi-i-z m-m- --4 ss-ij Compare Premium Quality Falstaff with any other 7asfewy...rAlSTAF:: OCtfSeUS CasteelSets Angel Confab TUCSON. Apr. 6 (AP) Miles W. (Mike) Casteel, former University of Arizona football coach, said Thursday he will go to Phoe nix Saturday to corner with bun Angels Foundation officials in re- gard to taking the the executive sec-. Tempe Boost- retary . post of er's group. The alumni hackers of the state school said that they had agreed to offer Casteel the position. Casteel said he was interested in the job, but wants to know more about the details before making a final decision. In most cases" the name of a race horse has some connection with the name of bis sire or dam, or both. 0 iiiuia 'Mfflkiiu& better shaves NOW! this Top Quality ) FULL-WEIGHT Blade I Vi"f Trv this KlbW ? f Xi, . .-S Blue Star PRECISION AJIXr PRODUCTS AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR CORP. BROOKIYN I. N. Y. I- firSB fiJBiSiA WjrtMj. ' Packers, Cards Slate August 16 Exhibition GREEN BAY, Wis.. Apr. 6 (AP) !The Green Bay Packers announced ; Thursday they will play the Chi-cago Cardinals in an exhibition football game here the night of i August Ifi. 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