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Aznn Mi XBI fill ULr w - Injury Sends Jinx Negri Phoenix Youths Emulate Marines In New Physical Training Program To Side Line ' - Iff?. S K-Wv i - Wlp. fV ' ( " . ' - : - 7 1?, vci r-: w" "-mK thtv v P f i rpUCSON, Nov. 7-- started up the lKVEIOIINti 311'SCLES: Here the prep school youths develop muscles in arms and shoulders by M-alinft the rope at right and then going: hand over hand across this crow bar on the Coyote football goal posts. Robinson included this in the obstacle course when he learned that service officials termed many recruits underdeveloped above the hips. RXKIMKK": I'Jioenix I'nion High School's Mepped-iip pfcwal Iraiiiuit preram now incluiles an "otstacle course" which frs th- i.iiiil-r a taste of the tpe of training which is Iteing jmkV.! I ml-il States Marines at leatherneck bases in San IW.-n. l.f.. ml Parris Island. S. ". The new.tpe of phsical trnin. fl- lw-d by exas Robinson, hich school physical eriuca- tion director, as pre-war training-, finds some 550 boys running;, jumping and climbing; over the "course' each flay. I'pwards ot SOO of them will demonstrate their training; during; the halftime intermission at the I'hoenix-Tucson High School football game here next Saturday. Robinson and Sgt. CJeorge V. Cello of the J'hoenix district marine recruiting headquarters watch the youngsters scramble over an eight-foot barrier used for wall scaling. Mio es Routs A-RIZONi 4. sr: PAY JMt j TAT i Toppl iyjywsrAftiJ O NOVEMBER 8. 1942 Bulldogs Tempe Drops 40-6 Decision owa Badgers, es 6-0 Oreson Jolts UCLA Bowl Hopes, 14 To 7 .3 .. " i: at ! r t 1 -a a st::nn!n. !.-,! severely b,vi f.r if. 'i; i :iar:i- : a: 'a: r;f-(i ; ;n' a : : : t -.n ani Ohio :; '.'...;! inspi- ? - .7 ' i. :: ;i!;n e."i :n? o ? he ' ".; ri if-s : . T:'.e mil. ";:d U:g Ten i'. '. T he c! ini-; t: ;y'i.-ri 'i in : -r Oh:o ;.r r.r T : are r-r-r.e r.f T;iOa a ret -over ed EI, PASO. Tex.. Nov. 7-(AP)-Chule Milner's Texas College of Mines Muckers won their third straight home game here tonight, heatine the Tempe Bulldogs in a j Border Conference game, 40-6. I The Miners showed versatility 5n 'scoring through the line, around the 7 -.AP. l Cl.A-s Rose Bowl stock was, victor Clark passed twice to Fred-ihe Bruins !ot their first Pacific Coast dv Salem for touchdowns: Clark Conference siart of the year. 14-, to Oregon today before a nome- carried over once .Sugar Evans once rnmin; crowd of R.fmo persons. 'and Ed Smith twice. Tommy Rohlm. plunging Oregon fullback, made the Haywardj The Muckers tabhed 34 points in - ' ; Field jinx the Bruins never havethe first half, coasted through the i 1 Y won a game here hold good withthird period and counted once more Nlrif AV( Kniir a last -period touchdown tna gave m me lourin on a u-yarn pass n UU1U1 ? ' !!"-, - J.$?mn ) i i.tT Jf--viuim ' .Ti .tiiiiii),,!.....;..!.; gf' & j s , t-ii ,,i ii j z-j jgsr 4 n- mmmx&e&& ' - 'V i V ' ' jr 7 'APi F.C;ENE. Ore.. Nov. i 4 Bad- Hropped s"vial poinis as "ri's tin- I.KARNING TO Jl'.MI: A'irtually on the fly the boys go over or under these tables, leaping from one to another as they simulate ji'inping of ditches, anoi'her type of training given marines in preparation for combat duty. Note, in center background, that Sergeant Cello is trying the table-top course. He negotiated it successiully, but in his leather shoes he slipped as he leaped from the last table to the sod of the gridiron and took a tumble. Barefoot boys are sure-footed. n ners Dow To Seahawks the lowly Wehfoots their victory Fullback M. H. Dickey to Smith. margin. The visitors made their lone's sparkling line plunging Z!H!lV paced the Oregons to the upset win under unfavorable conditions that Bernard Vitek passed nine yards to John Baklarz on the six. From there Al Onofrio carried over. Yale Edged By Cornell T? ' '. "i " :unr.:p.g at- - sr ;: . i - r , or. t'- If . - !" n a:v.e after i rt t h 't oR'l " .i.r.' a:i Iowm ri."; .'. -.-e 4"-yard : .,. - to In' B:!l -r..i. Ti-e ; ay-"i for 1M jards r. Wisron- ;i.-.-h. -. r. ir.ri'i" a I v : pe r,i;t t h r: -(i;atp!v after ' '-.'"f f. r.i;f wet e :i one fMt short did noi. however, prevent both i teams from using aerials and open-i field plays successfully. I Coach John Warren's battered 'Webfoots kept the Brum "QT" , formation in check most of the contest, hut Halfback Al Solari was ,a serious threat twice, returning- NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 7 ;the opening kickoff 71 yards and fApA hard-luck Cornell foot-again galloping 57 yards on a beau-' hal team, fighting desperately to tiful cutback play later in the ,.ol- - 4ir.v finally rot a smile Soid.ers. the Sailors time after time period. from old ria'me fortune today an.1 found their at lack stopped cold by j Roblin set up the first Oregon , upset, favored Yale. 13-7, for its first the hard-charging and tacklinir-for- touchdown with a 50-yard gallop major victory of the season befo.e Itn ho T "! A 'Ml mi.. In Ilin OIWl !n tha Vo!o Rnul keen Armoi aiders, who have hern;'" ' -" --"" ei ill" fOUgil vet found themselves rr.ipHk Fm-t Knnv niKhoH 1hpiln r-n' J nepnain gae irflilin? fi-7 with t'0 minutes to go. . 1 . . . : i "(in its touchdown after TO min-' . j r. uteS of play. Ipass and run to drive within th The Bruins tied it up in the third shadows of the goal posts. Nick quarter when a nicely executed pass! D'Onofrio bulled his way across the from Quarterback Bob Waterfield line for the winning touchdown, to Solari completely fooled Reyn-I Aftfir heincr tossed around for I'he 12-yard play c limaxed ' rf the nneninc half Yale suri- Fullback Kenlj...,, ,.are tn life and nararied SO I.Ol ISV1M-E. Ky.. Nov. 7 -APl The Iowa Pre-Flight Seahawks ran into unexpected trouble here today -.1 hf-n an underrated bunch of Arm-rairi-rs fiom Fort Knox held them to a s.-ore of 13 to 7 before 3.Km) f ot ia 1 1 fa ns. Odd-on favorites to "take"' the nnpnini' neriod after fsolari's nnp. ! -t-i t . t . . 1 . . able in win only one football game !man performance. A 23-yard pass! pi;,, mn:t of 'the bitterly- inis lati. j I ii um nanuaiK now i.rjiiiiius njmp and i - .... "i i' " . IMW g-S ' i-w? i iw"- -.sTy- r, v'-'4" gri11 ' - AP Arizona, comeback trail tonight, but had a narrow squeak in skinning by a determined pack of. New Mexico Lobos. 14 to 13. for the Wildcats third Border Conference victory against one defeat. The winners were definitely outclassed in the second half, and a blocked kick on an attempted conversion barely saved Arizona from a tie. The injury jinx was still riding-on the Wildcats' beam and again hit at the left halfback spot early in the first stanza when Jim Negri was taken from the game on a stretcher. Replacing Bob Ruman. following Bob's injury at Marquette. Negri turned in a stellar performance while the Cats were losing to Hardin-Simmons last week and was expected to carry on for the remainder of the season. After gaining only 51 yards on three first downs in the opening half. New Mexico came from far behind and all but passed the Arizona team in statistics as well as points for a total rushing mark of 221 yards and 11 first downs to 22S and 15 for Arizona. The Wildcats only passed the chain five times in the last half for 67 yards. About midway in the third quarter Harold Brown. Lobo half, took a lateral from Lefty Smith on the Arizona 23 and hot-footed it down the side lines for the Lobos' first, score. Leon Server place-kicked the extra point. In the fourth quarter the Lobn-5 crossed ine Arizona goal line on a 35-yard pass r'ay. Bill Jordan, quarterback, tossed a pass to End Bob McDougal in the flat, and the latter carried it. over for the score. Howard Moore, freshman star from North Phoenix High, scored Arizona's first tci'chdown in the first quarter. Quarterback Shantv Hogan went 10 yards to pay-dirt in the second stanza. Jack'lrisi kicked both goals from placemenl. Moore was starting his first game as a varsity man and came through in great fashion. Replacing Bob Johnson, veteran blocking back of the Wildcats palmier days who was side-lined vith a tonsi'utis attack, Moore bowled 'em over like an old-timer when Arizona wa. really clicking in the earlv stages of the game. A lateral pass, with the plav starting on Arizona's 47, set up the first touchdown. Bernie Ruman. kid brother of the famous Bob, hart come in at left half in Negri's place. Young Ruman heaved a for ward to End Marshall Littlefield who lateraled to Hogan, and the ball went all the way to New-Mexico's 22. At. this point Ruman. Hocan and Fullback Joe Mejaski drove down to the Ihree-vard line on eit-ht plays, and then Moore skirted around left end for the touchdown. After halting a spirited Lobo drive on the 17. Arizona marched back S3 yards for the second score of the game with 2'i minutes left in the half. It was not until midquarter that the Lobos came to life when Coach Willis Barnes sent in several .second-stringers. Thev stymied a Wildcat threat on the three-yard line and shortly afterward had penetrated to the Arizona 17 before being stopped. Tip Killingsv.orth and Hogan were the Wildcats who blocked Server's second attempted conver sion from placement and saved the old Kit Carson Rifle, trophy that annually goes to the winner of thi ga me. New Mexico counted its first touchdown with about six minutes remaining in the third period. Server, Harold Brown and Speedster Al Foster, who during the entire period ran circles around the Wildcats, teamed up on a 70-yard drive. The Cats pulled off only nine plays during the third period, beins on the defensive most of the time. Again in the closing seconds of the same quarter the Lobos were threatening, finally being halted on downs on the Arizona three. During the entire second half Arizona was outplayed and never was able to move into scoring position. The starting line-ups: ARIZONA NEW MEXICO z lir.e and Seahawks back with long bcioming; punts that traveled 6f, (n and N arris. The Seahawks punched oxer a .! arteri-pts touchdown near the end of the first he Badgers" r i lod after Dick Fisher, former Ohio State star, had put them in oids. a 77-vaid drive. kicked the A rnirti-fiiHHr t r r i t rt r v- it h li:ie plunges. Dashing off right end Fish-' neaing KicKea me extra point ; varns mainlv along the air route, er lateraled to Malcolm Kulnr. ,fron i placement after nine minutes lo srole on a njne-yard toss from who ran 45 yards for a scoie. of ,ne Period. , E(1 Taylor to Freshman Dick Jen- t;-or ye Svendsen's try for the ext ra ' Oregon intercepted the second kins. Fred Dent added the extra jHmt was blocked. j of three I'CLA passes to set up the point from placement to give the i... ,.a,a k.i. etfsir. -. final touchdown in the fourth'Elis the lead which it held until - . - - - - - - c r li' i i j . iTifiiir. a riieniein nan nassea 10 1 Xy. -St. v r s EVADING 'BARBED WIRE': These hurdles used not long ago by the. high school track team, now form narrow lanes through which the boys zig-zag on I lie run. After watching these drills, Sergeant Cello termed them fine examples of Leathernecks in the making. Robinson urges the youngsters on with shouts of "This is Guadalcanal, boys! Keep clear of those hurdles. They're barbed-wire entanglements: And the yorths glory in it. Black Parker Peggs McCain Marsh Irish Killingsworth Hogan Negri Moore Mejaski LE Frogge LT Ullom LG Thompson C Miller RO Felicetti RT Holve RE McDougal. C. QB McDougal. B. LH Server RH Smith. FB Foster Jack Taylor after the half and. starting deep m his ow n terntorv. isher aain Burr Baldwin, sub end. for near the ena. Cornell came hack soon after the third Deriod started to launch a Olds intercepted aterfield S pass aa j ; . hir-V. Snnhnmnro.j , u -,v,lc tnrnaH -Hr i c- ha mi: oHtoH nut in the S-ll.tfl ren1inr not nrneeerU nf the eiwht -a. h- th-it poin' - third thai ua.ned 'ii-yari! Inf. '. he ! -I'tw rt. Sef;t nto the l;n-. : -"" .p onf anoi:t ? tr- s,-i! .-"5 t "li fi". e Pr. -ri. n narejy ,-t in hef,-e the horr gam the Ha,ik r a-e. i . . . t , -. . rfiove throii-h the I,ne for related "s,n me i-iiegon u w nen ueyn ri? IIotinT ri 1 1 !oH 1 Via A imnpaiH. er hacks in. he then cut loos- with!"'1 n l"f an1 r?"-urnea to tne Walter Kretz. a brilliant passer anilcrayson Handicap before a crowd of 15,000 persons at Pimlico a .;- arn pass to rioier over in"."- i breakaway runner, pucnea .-t yari goal line. Svendsen made the extra On nine plays, featured by a to Stacy Mosser and followed it point good, and the Seahawks set-; 30-yard run DV Reynolds, the Ducks up with a six-yard bullet throw t. tied down with apparently a safe ; advanced to the Bruin four. Rob-lFred Westphal, sub end, who tal-lead. " I''" smashed over on two plays, and1 lied deeD in the end zone. Joe An- Officials: Referee. (Daniel-Baker); umpire. R. E. Bo- rey (NMMI); head linesman, B. C. Doolen (Illinois); field judge, Steve Ccutchie (Illinois). Arizona 7 7 0 0 14 New Mexico 0 0 7 6 13 Arizona scoring: Touchdowns, Moore, Hogan. Points after touchdown, Irish 2 (pace kicks). Arizona substitutes: Bland. B. Ruman, Petropolis. Scheel, Ross, Dirst. Bagby, B. Johnson, Duncan, Corley. Bennett, Coutchie, Black. 'Mertz. NEW YORK, Nov. 7 AP j New Mexico scoring: Touch-Army Emergency Relief received ; downs, Brown, McDougal. Point a che-: k today for $241,392.29, rep-'ff1" touchdown, Server, (place New Mexico Sl.hsf itllfoc- Pinrn- football games played in Augustjtino. Katz, Miller. Brown Wleeal The four-vear-old gelded son of Coldstream, the sensation of the and September between two all-1 Kouba. Alrfcwen, Jordan, DeLayo, Aonbarr Races To Upset Victory Over Riverland BALTIMORE, Nov. 7--(AP) -Louisiana farm's Riverland. fash ioner of two or tne niggesr upsers or in racing year in i n ihm htpk, Army Gets Grid Check Fort Knox, whose been i.nanle to make attack had much head-! way all afternoon throi'gh the ex-! celiciit Seanawk line, took to tne! air in I lie imai period, ana witn --" I . I - ' . .1 t -. I l 11.. I U - i.r.isiviii. aim v til i - iiinii ' v.''iil'JS, Guard missed Floyd Rhea. a placement this season. i blocked. kick w a s booted the extra point for the final 14-7 lead. Oregon threatened again late in the period when Fullback Bill Davis intercepted another Waterfield pitch on the Oregon 42 who hasn't 'derson's placement blocked. Beavers Romp To 33-0 Victory n;n s formei y of Kentucky, slinging bullet-like jMsses. the Soldiers ad vanced as far as the Sailois 16- j nine-ara runs ny tieynoids and a vard l:nethe closest th"y had been '17-yard burst, by Davis, the Web- a!I riav. foots droe to the nine. The Bru- only rel OWWPr th t hra, pnfld whn I ins stout defe, ise and a Penalty COPA'ALLIS, Ore.. Nov. 7 (AP) turf pfter his startling over Whirlaway and Alsab, just didn't have the necessary speed when the chips were down in the stre'eh run of the rjiile and a half Grayson. He was defeated by a veteran router. Miss Helen Hickman's Acn-barr. which-was the second choice triumphs ., x:rZZZ,TZtV u 1; U i arm v sounds and teams of the Na-!L??ne11- VVelchel. 1' VIC 4.J .sm " - 1 I (" statistics tional Professional Football League. Arizona 15 mark. Harold UellS mvenana. ine. The check- was nresented to Mail plater which had finished first lnjG(M1 rrvin j. Phillipson, executive' nine of his past 10 starts before j director of Army Emergency Re-j &1 loaay, lOOKea HKe a suie v iiinei : ,:f hv VrfwarH W Smith trea. 1 NEW MEXICO as tre field headed into the stretch. jurer of War Football Fund, Inc.,1 hut Joc-Key ueorgte vvoou oiougni; h- : SUDervised all details of the Aonbarr on with a burst of speed of the crowd. Aonbarr s margin at. 10 iahe ine decision. . Total receipls to War Football, the wire was a neck, and River-; Aboe Pierre had set all the early i Fun(1 Inc jnoluding the sale of radio rights, were $317,fi.2. Ex- F'irst Dfivins Yards earned rushinj? (net) Forward passes attempted - romara passes completed 63 Yards bv forward passing 2 Forward passes intercepted by Yards sained run back 9 of intercepted passes 29 S Puntina average (from srrim 38 Total yards, al! kicks returned 1 Opponent fumbles recovered 2? Yards lost by penalties 11 Jl 4 3 21 . S9 S 7 1 30 On four plays, including 16- and Oregon State broke a four-game : ianri neid a six-length advantage i pace, with Riverland second and losir.i: streak at the expense ot ian-: over the third horse, iiai i-rice Aonrarr iiiua. i.i et lauu nu. : penss of 576.259.71 covered the end Montana University today, get-j Headlev's Equinox. H. M. Baby-; lead on the baekst retch after they ; f.ost c equipping the two all-army - 'ir ! i : I, T . 12 '-it: ' n-.r-Ieted sought lo firsi . r!. th. ard by for the only six Jn--r - . , ' " ?t4 '-" "-- " and con- - - -i-.-l I;- Duk r--'- V.I. f iir 61 vatds. e Wins K; v (". Nov. 7-A?i rie,i ea-ity solved J I II 1 . I l ft. t Fi-her intercepted a Combs Pas on i, ,V V,. 19 2nfl his aod ran it back ! f'fi f1 ltr?M;lo "ttempted a In ynrdi. The Seahau ks started . f,eld goal w n,'n ailed- do-An the field, with Kd JanKowski: J . "f 1 T.L. and Jim Inghurst alternating on'tflSV W Ifl J CLReiX passing and iunning. The threat! -. wr wm toiii-hdown ended when Ed Pearce.' formerlv of i rZf V irpCi t-Ao for 41 Michigan State, intercepted a passiJ-.T rr vrvt' by Fisher and sped safely for 82 WINSTON-SALEM. N. C. Nov. 7 yards and the lone Fort Knox score. (AP) Wake Forest's Demon Dea-Oorge Rimmer. formerly of St. rf.n t-onouered the Virginia Mili- Xavier College at Cincinnati, made tarv Institute Cadets. 28 to O, here the placement good to end the trdav- in a Southern Conference game witnessed by 6,000 i aconn- lor the day. jrootball The Seahawks bad the better of ifans. the statistics, making 13 first downs Muna. VMI ac-e. - - :.'-fi Th -"J;i:'i.-i i T for- the statistics ma Icin - 1 .T first riov n i Mima VMI ace saw onlv a few the Marxlnd to eiht for Fort Knox, and rushing ' minutes action in ihe first half and run.n; n the.t the haM TIO yards to the Soldiers' ! nope in the second, and Wake For--r fr,fo- -am- I0J. In the air the N'aval Carlets'e.t dominated the nlav all the wav towI gained Ri yards to fil for the Arm-lusige reserxes throughout after in-lOraiders. itermissioru m dre ting its third i'acinc ference victory, 33-(). The Beavers scored early in the; first quarter, added three more toucncJowns in the tnird and a final one inree minutes before the game ended. Co;ch Lon St'ner introduced a new backfield with Don Beau-champ, former end, at left half. The speedy but cool transfer from Los Angeles Junior College scored the lirst two touchdowns person- Coast Con-: ion's Abbe Pierre was last in the field of four. The Oravson provided Riverland a valuable" test for the Governor Bowie? Handicap at Pimlico on Wednesday. On that day. the Louisiana "farm racer is scheduled to meet Calumet farm's Whirlaway at a mile and five eighths. Each has beaten the other once. Ben A. Jones. Calumet trainer, said late today he intended to start tKiT-ii in the Kowie. tnus ouasn training; lodging, t Raiders Upset Texas Christian had gone atioui a mne, ana jonnny : Squads the four-week Lonoien nrougnr mm into a lean ; r:,,H onensos fnnH of mote than a length as they came' rgn5r,nrta, jnn ' " 'i Ll'BBOCK, Tex., Nov. 7 (AP) into the stretch. j T;-.e opening game at Los ngelesiThe Tpxas Tech Red Raiders scored The largest crowd of the Mary-; the western atl-armv an(i two touchdowns in the fourth quar-Iand fall racing season Jet loose ; lhe Washinfor Redskins drew the ! ter here today to beat Texas Chri- a i rpineiiuuus. i-nen as "lullu1 1 j largest receipts, 532,623.79, while!11" 1 --'"ciii, j.j w ptinei ecn in me iti MAimmi tne one nere between the eastern of a mile and men went on to win. I armv Aonbarr returned S12.50 andlfirevv S2.R0 for S2. and Kiveriann. wnicn close.! for S in at one-to-four, paid 52.o0 There w as no show wager- and the New York Giants the least. $17,613.18. The New York Herald-Tribune's fresh air fund shared in the Giants game at New York. Gimes in other cities drew as The Christians scored in the sec ond period on a pass from Nix 10 Ezell. The Raiders won the gam? on a blocked punt that Ralph Ged-die recovered for a touchdown and on a pass to Maxey McKnight whica which was good for 36 yards. oiu- nrl twitched two scoring n.isses 7 ? 1 !', i ujiii m uintri i hict mew na ...... . fo-Le" SuSriKiin? all rumors that the -top money, jayhawks Win, 19-7 follows: Baltimore $45,750, Syra- Rice Win$, 40-9 collected 38 yards from scrimmage winner "f ""y' t in th ' I WRENCE Kan Nov.7.-(AP)!l?4SeB; FAYETTEV1LLE. Ark., Nov. 7 and did a good job on defense. J P to jk "feature of )Tp Kansas JaVwks proved foot-1 Boston OgJ fAP)-Rice Institute-, alert Owl, Montana fought with surpnsmg J torf my Emergencv Relief week' hail opportunists today as they j??.?fZH -" Arkanw 2 1st Homeminz spirit for a team yet to be f"-! 'VoEm against Alsab. nuicklv took advantage of scoring '-11!! .runiit 'nt Day into a sad affair for the Razo-- courr.ged by victory and gave the prog.m, ".om. rhances to whin Washington Cni-;kePt intact the Kansas record of backs. and bagged an easy 40 to 9 Beaer second stnnz plenty, of, The winners time tor .n mu . "of l9 1o 7 before j no defeats in-J5 games with th?i-torv today before approximately ;TrhVseuar,:Sed eirht ?onst,;S r ne intake! a crowd of 2,404 fans. The victor,' 1 Bears. f '00 fans. ;

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