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ARI Arizona 4rw' 11 March 18. 1946 O M Phoenix, Monday, Deep Red Captures Feature Deep Red, taking command after going three quarters, withstood the closing drive of Grand Fashion and Parachicle to rapture the featured one mile and one-sixteenth handicap at Sportsman's Park yesterday. Deep iter) was held off the early pare of Grand Fashion and Master Bird until the field entered the bark stretch the second time. Thi-n Tony Lira t a sent the son of Garden Message through on the inside and took a one-length lead entering the stretch. Despite the fact that he was carrying top weight of 118 pounds, and had already won two handicap.-at the same distance, Deep Red was ignored in the mutuels. paving 514 to win. $4.20 to place and S3.20 to shmv. Grand Fashion was good for Si to place and $3.40, while Parachicle paid S4.40 to show. The secondary feature at five furlongs was taken by Count Chat, which slipped through on the inside on the stretch turn and out-gamed Jay D. Kan. Jay D. Kan. closest in "pursuit of the pace, took the lead momentarily rounding the final bend but could, not withstand the closing bid of Count Chat. Sunny One. the favorite. closed fastest failed getting up by a quarter ewels Bow To Camp Ellio AAU REPUBLIC CITY ooroainen' Fast Attakl5neac Wins Jacksonville KACAWAC I n TV wvw - f n rr - s- -For 1 Meet, Uemaret is Second Phoenicians DENVER. Mar. 17 (AP) The Funk Jewels of Phoenix, rity Metropolitan ca?e league champions and Amateur Athletic Union titleholders of Arizona, bowed out of the national AAU basketball tournament here this afternoon. The Jewels absorbed a 64-44 heating at th capable hands of the Cams Elliott quintet of San Diego. The young, speedy service team, representing one of the largest ramps on the Pacific coast, had too much steam and reserve strength for the veteran Arizona crew. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Mar. 17 (AP) Sam Snead, playing perhaps the steadiest golf ot his career, slammed aside torrid competition today to win the $10,000 Jacksonville Open golf tournament by four strokes. The long-driving pro trom the Blue Kidge mountains of Virginia had to fight soggy fairways and a galloping Jimmy Demaret all the way. He wound up the 72 holes with a 24 under par 264, carding 67 during the morning round and 67 in the afternoon. Snead collected $2,000. Demaret of Houston, lex., took second place with 268 and Pete Cooper of Gainesville, Fla., came in third with 271. Lawson Little of Monterey, Calif., fourth with 274. Demaret, the Beau Brummel of the touring pros, played sensational golf during the third round. He racked up a nine-under-par 63 to set a new record for the 2.272-yard the West BrenlW00(" course Arizona Prep Baseball Teams Set For Full-Scale Program High school baseball swings into high gear this week in DENVER, Mar. 17 (UP) Thej Phillips "66" Oilers of Bartlesville,! UKia., ana Denver s Amorose Jewi field Park in a makers set a high scoring record jph t f. c . u : i a att korv,koii fnoenix ai me J lL ."J"' . S..rr a city league contest, first round of 96. Central district, where there commonly are as many teams in the field as in the rest of the state combined. North Phoenix plays at Glendale tomorrow, and Buckeye at Litch- pair of West Central loop games. St. Mary's meets Coyote stadium in while Tuc- Amphithe opponents with scores, t . Tucson district contest on Phillips overran Tcrrington, Wyo., 96-19, with their traditional sharpshooting plus a remarkable defense. Ambrose downed a spunky but outclassed Red Lodge, Mont., quintet 96-49. A first-ronnH card loaded with . . i". thA nntcirtA hut i t-iU rnn.iinjnT raffd sn l I fim vii- 1 1 oi kw"" ' " ""v ,.,.,.. - 1 . . . mi :.. I I 1 k,' o ,,.,-,,-to,. nficnnia r. tha Haw aiian s nnrts cent jrnoeinx. Viienume ai in a Southern district contest on the Badgers' field. Tolleson plays the nonconfer-ence St. Mary's nine on the Knights' diamond Wednesday afternoon. Yuma Faces flosses Friday provides three West Cen- ruraa is at JN.ortn Tolleson, and 8 length. The riding star of the afternoon was Tony Licata. who booted home five winners in five riues. Licata drove Douhle Witch down in front in the opening event. He scored again on Bolinvai in the third and snain on Count Chat in the fifth- House team of Lincoln i nen tie won ine ieaiure aooara Depp Red and came back to cap-lure the one-mile-and-f ive-eighths eighth race on Sir Midas. It was the first time at the meeting that any rider has been up on more than lour winners. t iniBuckeve at Peoria. The Mesa Jack- its rabbits and the Phoenix Coyotes jmeet at Mesa in the first Big Five Linlact rf tho frw parh fill)- The Ambrose team, runner-upj vo'e n.Ki. ,-i,,h tnvei tn the greatest AAU tourney American basketball history on way in two Denver gyms. for the title in 1945, moved into the second round paired with Fort Rilev. Kan., who defeated the Nut IN eh., as-il, in another early tournament game. The Phillips team, defending the national title they won last year, meet either the Lowry Field cage is from Denver or Camp Hood, Tex., depending on the outcome of the Big boy. Five r;tec. 1,vc r.Uf M ir ir.K M.m. (Ul.l I I . ? iii-i-m.lc-i l t : ,1 K t--.ni - ,'ur.i Mr S-i! K:fHi v...r-.. J,-i t; , i s. tti .... Kir? n 1 M . ft; I hli' r ,. (-. I 1) Kill iilitu'd. f urlnntrs - Dniihl" Wilrh ((. n.l- Tit-ll.c Ihir.'l. nKn I'm Kilo, l.iuky Mills. Tmlf 1 i'.' .1 'ft. fm l..rin. ;l.l Slm'lcm .i.f ,.., ril I'.iv Havrti 'Mi.- Ii.ikI I'ai.l.tv, Oclrli : l:.n' 'I Imr. 1 ?1 'J'.t , -v n futl-. riles - HnllrtVi.r r.i.v ..-. .n.l .T.nit ncv (in ,. i-.-t.!t... Mulli Siiml. Mi-1 ,v r m-. i '."f j r. I m fnifi- fcml tm- sixloontl1 j .hi. Kin. M-ri.ml, Kar K.;tsl '. Sky Mutiny- Inllniiy Kllit.j -- 'rime. I 51 4 T. ;vo f ui ionf.s i Viunl Chjtt i er(ir1. Sunnv On tliiT.I: s Hiiv. Val D . .Bwithill; Juily Kokits. Timp. 1 01 j hci. .mr rmlr and onp-sixtornm T.ci. iUii won. niml Fashion stxonrt.i I'! ..rat liiiif Hunt: lso ran. Drytown. Bp V. ino. v.. I una Dude. Master Bird. Modoc. T:c 1 ! I -i. Sovrn'h Tin-", nn" mile and one-sixtpenth - -ii N;.-vhar.ur ..'.on. C'laudr K. .spcind. T.:i K'.iusr ti.inl; alsn rah. Brazen Boy. la:k Sorrh. avv IN-Iipt. Mi-Op Currant. K- I.adv Ort-hid. Timf. 151. i-rrth ra.-r. on.' mile and five-r-iKhths ?:r Midas wf.n HurriiiHl sfronil. Alto I.oti t.:tt: also ran. ( raic Lariat. Phostihorous. I Sharon I-. Blue Boo and Saumur. Time. 2-5S 4 5 .- N'mth rare, one mile and five-eiehths ; Jf-anco .. on. ?.;brt, Kid second. Kaneohf i thir't: aNo ran. MuM Win. Carbar. War! Flich'. Smiiine Joe. Snritewick. Time.' v yj 2 5 I Big Smokey Wins Feature Big Smokey from the Earl Wit-trier kennel, traveling 495 yards in 9 l'.i seconds for its second win in three slarts. annexed the St. Patrick's Day Handicap at Western Greyhound Park last night. Second was Sandy Side and third was Cash On Demand. (Neb.) Son Casper, Pirates, 86, Old a later game. Tournament results: Fort Riley 58, Lincoln Nut House 51. Sacramento Junior College New Mexico Highlands t.i. Buckley Field forfeited to Diego Dons. Western Oil Toolers, Wyo., 63, Treasure Island 12. Camp Leieune. N. C, Home Bread, Sioux City, la., 51 Fort Sheridan, 111.. 77. Meramec Caverns, St. Louis, Mo., 43 Cliftons, Los Angeles, 51, Aireon Manufacturing Company, Kansas City, Mo.. 31. Denver Ambrose 96, Red Lodge, Mont., 49. Salt Lake City Simplot-Deserets 76, Mortensen's, Alamosa, Colo., 19. Phillips 66 Oilers, Bartlesville, Okla.. 96, Torrington, Wyo., 19. 20th Century-Fox 71. Mitchell Pontiacs, Sterling, Colo., 30. Allen Bradley, Milwaukee, Kelley Field 30. 68, Giants9 Rally Sinks Braves FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Mar. 17 (AP) The New York Giants broke up a slugging bee with the Boston Braves today by scoring five runs in the 10th inning to win, 14-9. The Giants poled out four home runs with pitcher Harry Feldman hitting two of them, good for four runs. Bill Rigney and Morrie Arno- The winner returned $13.20, snd S2.80. Sandv Side was worth SI 1.60 and S3 and Cash On Demand S3.80. Port is Fox from the Tom Sinnet kennel annexed the companion fea ture, the nve-sixteonths finale, in 22 2 5 seconds and onn was ast Jeep and third was Eiack Bottom. Another 550-yard sprint highlights tonight's 10-event card at the North 17th avenue track. Last night's results were: Le..: Phil Masi hit homers rivals, te'vich hit the others - r i : . t XT.-. . r 1 1 1 1 1 1 I rami uuuri, and Manny Fernandez for the Braves. The Giants outhit their 15-10. Cooper and Ed Wright shared paid $6.20. Sec- Ue, Pining iur uie Diaves wiu. anH thirri Mac Feldman, Dave Kolso and Ken ana inn a was Trinke dojng (he throwing for the (jiants. Tucson Saturday to meet from the Old Pueblo in a contest. North Phoenix and Tolleson have the jump on the other West Central clubs thus far each with an undefeated record. The Mus tangs have defeated Litchfield Park and Yuma in league play The two-eame series at Yuma was split, to be sure, but the Hosses won the league contest. SurpriNe Defeat Tolleson's defeat, of Buckeye came as a surprise, particularly as Mnnnie Hernandez, who had been rated the Wolverines' lop nitcher. was participating in thf Glendale second-team basketball tournament, and the hurling chores were handled by his understudy, Joe Flores, who blanked the hardhitting Hawks, allowing only two hits. Tolleson's stock rose consid erablv as Buckeye lost only one league game last season,, and start ed out this year with a decisive victory over the strong Peoria Panthers. The Phoenix Coyotes, defending district champions, are a question mark this season because of un certain Ditching. Fans should know- considerably more about their strength after this week's games with St. Mary s and Mesa. Workout For Tucson The fans also will have their eyes on Yuma, as Coach Vic Smith's team is the best club to represent the school in several seasons, and may give the Tucson Badgers a real workout. At least the week's play will provide local fans a good comparison between North Phoenix and Tucson, which iust now looks to be the cream of the crop in Big Five play. The Big Five title is decided on nercentaee standing. Only the first game counts in West Central play, but in the past the Big Five has counted all meetings of teams. If that nlan still is in effect. Yuma and North Phoenix are tied for the league lead as a result of last week end's sDlit. Yuma is playing the most representative schedule in years, meeting every Big Five opponent except the Coyotes, although the Crims play only one game each with Mesa and Tucson, and three with North High. All other Big Five clubs are playing a double round robin. Trea 3P -4 v. on tn::- a r.ij..i Jiatley. Tr, V t.ii and : I l.fV'n(js r.. :!;! i I.-i'-vin v i rare. .J,....o yards Valorous uon, ard Door, second. Slow Jeep third. K-t-!-!. Blind Date. .Sweet Cookie. Our -ure and Toio Grande also ran. Time. 5 seconds. ond race. 495 yards- Just Gaiety Ulnser Ted second. Little Flashy Rumbai. I.iehtf.nt Tommy. Big '. Scotch Guardsman, and t'hlan r.in i .me. . -1 seconds Cage 'Goliaths' Trim Small Team In Experimental Tilt n:)'i yards Weasie von, seiond. K.d Biown third. KidE-'- VVinlcr Time. Traffic inie Piease also tan. lime. Da' li :!.'! i.o-e. f u! ur it OB s Oz.ie won. in siin:ui. I'ai.a .nf third. Smoky . Vac.-Uion Time. TwiliKht KitiK. Sis ;o ana I.ay Kcba abo ran. Time, sec. intfv th race. ? n mile OB's Always l:e Yet i.c'ii.iil. Justa Lady third, r.cton Master. Hasty. J's Boy and iev. rtNo lan. Lime. M o seconds, th race. futiiMl Clara Renner "on. Bi.y Mii.nil. Mon Melstone third, 'ii.ii. si,,i Bnlile. Aerial Ace. Just f:..i .lohnnv Aim.Mo also ran. Time, l.ir.l -l-(i . li; null- I- .n.l II. Bell ,il 'iclorv Bose Bin sal Ihli. I. Kci- Bee. Little n. Time. .12 :'...") r..t si.,, l v. mk!c Ni Swedish Aces Declared Pros STOCKHOLM, Mar. 17 (AP) Gunder Haegg, the world's fastest miler who twice toured the United States in 1943 and 1945, and his Swedish countryman, Arne Anders-son, the world's second fastest miler, were declared professionals today and barred from amateur competition for life. In announcing Jhe action after a two-day secret conference on an island in Lake Maelar. the Swedish Athletic Association board did not disclose the amount of money Haegg and Andersson were accused of receiving for races, but a reliable private source told the Associated Press they acknowledged receiving 40,000 crowns (approximately $10,000) when a..ked to make a report to the association. (In New York, Dan Ferris, secretary-treasurer of the Amateur Athletic Union who handled Haegg's United States tours, said Haegg received only one dollar a day for incidental expenses while in the United Slates, but that, of course, the AAU paid for his meals, hotels and transportation.) The board did not immediately make known whether Haegg's mile record of 4:01.4 and his 3:4.1 for the 1,500 meters would be wiped off the record books. Andersson previously held the world mile mark of 4:01.6 before Haegg bettered it last July after he returned from his second American tour. i he action of the board appar ently came as no surprise to Haegg. Only yesterday he declared "I will not be surprised if I x x x am condemned." He added he was con vinced there were very few 100 ner cent amateurs. Border Mentor Named To Post KANSAS CITY, Mo., Mar. 17 (AP) AI Duer, cage coach at Pepperdine College of Los Angeles, today was elected president of the National Association of In tercollegiate Basketball, succeed ing Frank L. Casey, athletic direc tor of Simpson College, Indiana- ola. Ia. Other officers of the basketball association elected were Charles D. Errickson, Washburn Municipal university, lopeka, first vice-president; Joe Hutton, Hamline University, St. Paul, Minn., second vice- president: Gus Miller. West Texas State, Canyon, third vice-president; E. S. Liston, Baker University, Baldwin Kansas, was re-elected executive secretary and treasurer. The advisory committee for the coming year includes W. D. Reece, Eastern Washington, Cheney, Wash. Bird Race Won By Eli as Entry A bird owned by Tom Elias av eraged 1,177 yards per minute to KANSAS PITY. Mo.. Mar. 17 (AP) The New Mexico School ofiw'n. the Phoenix Kacing Pigeon Mines romped to an 84-61 victory over Drury College last night in experimental basketball game that bore some similarity to that storied MeSweeney's entry, while birds conflict between David and Goliath only in this case the outcome was owned by Walter Goghrax and M. ; : : : : ' 77. C. Davis trailed. in hitting their shots, many of them sixteen members entered a total falling short. Push-up shots werei0f j27 pigeons He! l'l fuliinty - Donna June won second. Booster Lad. third Dun Juan. Miss Romero I also ran. lime. J;i 2 n sec fi: nd. reversed. The tilt, played as a part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball's research program, was spiced with these innovations: A tall team was pitted against a small one: the baskets were raised two feet above the normal 10-foot height, and three points instead of two were given for a field goal. New Mexico Mines, with its seven-foot, one-inch center, Elmore Morgenthaler, was selected to play the giant-sized role and Drury of Springfield, Mo, was chosen as the small team. Results 'Pleasing' Proponents of the sky-high goals argue that they tend to equalize the advantage tall players hold. The leading advocate of higher baskets. Coach Phog Allen of Kansas University, declared results of the game were "pleasing." "It showed that the ball rebounds farther back and loosens up play under the baskets," he said. "II also proves that the poorest position to shoot is directly under the basket and that the best, place to shoot is from seven to 20 feet out on the court, with a premium on two-hand shots. "Most rules now discriminate scarce. "The plan has merit," said Charles Finley. the New Mexico Miners' coach. "It puts greater emphasis on two-handed shooting." Allen, who says he has experimented with 11 and 12-foot baskets for 15 years, said the innovation also would eliminate rough nlav under the baskets because the players are spread over a wider Elbert and Tony Lee, while the Ti-area for rebounds. He added thatjgors collected only three hits off Grays Trounce Glendale Tigers GLENDALE. Mar. 17 The Glendale Grays trounced the Tigers, 7-0, in an intracity baseball game here this afternoon. The Grays net ted seven hits off the pitching of approximately 82 per cent of all fouls are committed in the area immediately surrounding the goals. New Mexico was ahead, 3S to 35. at halftime and never was greatly pushed in the final half of the game. New Mexico committed 15 fouls and Drury 11. Leading scorer for Drury was Bob Masters with five field goals and four free throws. A's Whitewash Phillies, 4-0 WEST PALM BEACH. Fla., Mar. 17 (AP) Big Bobo Newsom and Luther Knerr combined in pitching two-hit baseball today as the Phil- Bik Smokey won. ash On Demand tr:rd. P.-i;i Gal. Wana Start. Sanla .Mnn a. Lurkv lu and Black Envy also in Tr-ne. J'i 1 seconds. "Irmn rrire, n Ifi mile - Portis Fox won. Fast Jeer, second and Black Bottom third. J!and Judy. Dinky Babe. Rwkct Vet. J:m K.re and Good Intention also ran. T'.mc. 2 n seconds. Record Field Set For Show A record number of canine aris- iagainst the small man." - 1 ..; ff .-r I 1 . T 1 - CS 1 ... . ...... . V. r. f T . -1 lucidly oji uuks in 11 Ulceus ia-i uimcj, iuoiii ui ijuvuia ui i.v.; ,o,i.(:. ,,.v,iir,,.o.-v. iho have been entered in the SahuarojNew Orleans, who opposes the',e Ph" AlTnih'i fon e State Kennel Clubs 14th annual iraised goals, said: 1 ,1 ' show, slated for Sunday at the! "Since only about five per cen:mm"n game. sf,ronf Arizona State Fair Grounds. Sel-iof the hoys are unusually tall 17. " singles, one in the .won den E. Wolcott. show chairman.'you'd penalize 95 per cent of the ? a thw in I by fus said vesterdav. players by jacking up the baskets; f,h?matn iJn,L pwiTl , n The old record for entries was a couple of feet." h hr,U nff KnP .llnZ n5h lV4ti?ir.ncr'$ I LS RUKh P'ay Wtof-earbLr'irht IncU T he S of l',r, V?h,?'! The tal1 oals didn?t seem fo innings on the mound, issuing a w1,"1 fJ'Al lwf; I bother Morgenthaler. the nation's! walk to catcher Andy Scminick in i'bjviu iirti n r v.iL r rn i ri irw . i . j' . . tt .... i3n T3. Tr,ru Meaning scorer, lie poppea in iz cn,.i0i. r-u w.-f'A DJiin goals and -A Vljcii v I 1 Oil 11 I.MI , Xlll. Vll T)-,ni ru -v-, f r-i i..:.u an AfcrhQ h,,r,H- RnJ I I aWt have tO rf Idol Ours, a bloodhound: Ch. An tonio of Gypsy Barn, a long-haired dachshund: Ch. Ingo Von Tal. a boxer; Ch. Chief oi Staff, standard sr-hnauzor. and Ch. Black Baron, old English shpppdog which took best of show here in 1042. Net Crown Won By Mrs.Kitchel Mr. Denison Kilchel defeated Mrs. Sam Bell. fi-3. 2-6. fi-1, in , the finals of the Phoenix Country luh's championship net tourney for women yeMerday to take 1 the erown left vacant by Blvthe i Miller. Mrs. KiNhel led. in the first et before Mrs. Bell rallied to come ii( to h .")-; roiint, but the latter IoM the set on Mrs. KitrhH'H nervice. In the second frame they were eiert, 2-2, lie-fore Irs. Bell broke tlirouuh her rival's service twice to take the set. The winner's good angle ; hots and service placements i won her the third and deciding j set. j comment jkets was: "I like 'em. I .so much. Both teams had five free tosses. on the 12-foot bas- run some difficulty the eighth. Both the Phils and A's sent second teams on the road today, the Phillies' B squad tangling with thf Braves at Miami Beach and the A's with St. Paul of the American Association at Sanford, Fla. W E E T L I N G Auspices of Military Order o7 Purple Heart -MAIN HKNT- RMAT II RI M MOJYTAXA Danny I Hollywood McSIIAIN 2 On I of .1 I lls One Hour Time limit to bii:i i:iu:i; Ted Calif. VS. CHRISTY VIC CHRISTY BILL Keml-Final J Out ol 3 Falls One Hour Time I.lnilt vs. MAURICE SHAPIRO Preliminary 2 Out of .1 rails 45 Minute Time- Limit VAR0G vs. CARLOS C0RTEZ MADISON SQUARE GARDEN 118 N. 7th Ave. TORW Hi 8:30 P.M. Tir-nrTRrJJC'Aw'ir''',y' .l !2: General AJmlloii. SI. SO: Rlnrslde. St. Aft. TICKF.TS o.N SALE: Tom'a Tavern. 136 W. Adam. St.: Madison Sou are Garden Phone 4-M12 Mondar the combined off and Gene hurling Koen. of Alex Pop- Demaret Leads At the halfway mark Snead led Henry Picard of Oklahoma City by six strokes and Demaret lagged three strokes further back. With that lead, the slammer obviously realized that caution would pay off better than brilliance. He studied every shot and spent half of his time on the green flicking away pine needles so his putts wouldn't go astray. The Virginia strong boy started the day by carding a birdie on the 340-yard par-four first hole and another on the 351-yard par-five second where he missed an eagle by a turn of the ball on a 30-foot putt. From there on in he was close to the pin on most of his approaches, and deadly accurate on his putts. The last nine holes was played in a heavy rain. .Mark Threatened Demaret stole the gallery with his early round of 63, which came within a stroke of equalling the all-time competitive record for an American course. The Texan resplendent in a canary yellow coat, lime green shirt, multicolored belt, mustard colored trousers, maroon socks and matching mustard saddle shoes carried nine birdies and nine pars during the third round. On the 402-yard 18th hole he was 10 feet from the 'pin with a beautiful second shot and sank it for a birdie and a course record. He continued the sizzling pace during the final round, carding a six-under-nar W. Little Ben Hogan of llershey. Pa., top money winner of the year and big pretournamen! favorite, faded early in the competition and wound up far down the list with 279. Byron Nelson of Toledo. O., kingpin of last year's prizewinners. aia not enter. De Paul Is Irked By Explanation Pace In State Pistol Shoot Set By Adair N. R. Adair of Yuma gave the targets a thorough beating to dominate the State Pistol Association of Arizona's first sectional tourna ment since 1942 yesterday on the! Sky Harbor range. He shared the Camp Perry police event with A. L. Meloche of Phoenix, captured three other firsts, and was a member of the Yuma police officers' team which won the .22 caliber team match. Meloche tallied one other first, three seconds and led the Sahuaro Rod and Gun Club's winning team in the centeriire ponce. event. Scores generally ranged lower than the prewar standard because of substandard ammunition and old guns. The leaders: Broom Time Breaks Fairgrounds Mark J. E. Frost's Broom Time, one ot the most consistent performers now stabled at the Arizona State Fairgrounds track, won a stirring battle with Radio Morale and Dr. Cattail to win the featured ninth race yesterday and set a new track record for the one-mile-and-7u-yard Z - - . Idistance. Maxme Tate Wins Title; Mark Is Set Broom Time .sped over the route in 1:4135 to hotter the mark of 1:13 15 set March 3 by Dr. Cattail. Wilh Broom ' pace set two-j worn-;' 17 (INS Ray CHICAGO, Mai Meyer, coach of DePaul Univer-I Arizona sity's great basketball team, suggested today that Asa Bushnell ".iust skip the whole thing" rather than try to explain not inviting the outstanding Chicago quintet ;onds to tne national invitation basketball tournament. Bushnell, chairman of the tournament, committee, has been quoted as saying that DePaul wasn't included in the invitation list, because "some of its personnel didn't meet the ational Collegiate Athletic Association standards which govern an invitation bid." Bushnell also is supposed to have named George Mikan, the gigantic center, as one who nlnveH mrrt ihnn hie limit n f r'nl l.tro KncL-sti-iill Flagstaff third Mever nninieri out that TvTik-nn'c and six and 20.1 Camp Porry polire match, any pistol or revolver Adair 29-1. Meloc-hc lf-1. T. I.. Kreasier 289. A. LeRua 284. H. V. Whitt-man 282. Beulah Weiss 2S1. H. B. Coor 2S0. M. Stowe 27S. Mack Weiss 277. R. E. Dean 27.1. William F. Stewart 272. George Wittman 272. H. C. Johnson 272. M. F. Miller 271. H. C. McMahon 268. National .22 caliber pistol match Adair 287, Meloche 285. LeRua 278, Freasier 277. M. Stowe. jr., 27.1. Coor 270. McMahon 270. W. P. Taylor 270, H. W. Uhittman 2fi4. Mrs. Weiss 263. Miller 2.. Dean 262. Scott Wilkey 261. Johnson 260. Twenty-two caliber national match Yuma peace officers 1.0K;t. Adair 287. Mrs. Weiss 26.'!. Taylor 270. Weiss 27a Pima Pistol Club 1.O70. LeRua. ir.. 278. Stowe. ir.. 273. R. Proper 236. M. Miller 263. Sahuaro Rod and Cun Club J.o-is, Meloche 28.". H. W. Whittman 264. Johnson 260, George Wittman 239. Phoenix police 1,022. Wilson 272. G. I.. Van Doren 211. Dean 262. Freasier 277. Centerfirc national match Wilson 2.9. Weiss 268. Meloche 266. Freasier 266. Adair 263. Johnson 263. I.eRua 263. Dean 260. Coor 26o. Witten 258. Miller 25.1. Stowe 249. Wilkev 21-1. Proper 210. Van Doren 237. (entertne police match Meloche 288. Coor 282. Johnson 282. Weiss 282. Freasier 280, McMahon 279. Wit-son 278. Wilkey 275. LeRua 272. If W. Whittman 2.1. Miller 271. Proper 266. Adair 266. Taylor 265. Stowe. jr.. 264. Centei fire police team match Sahuaro Rod and Gun Club 1.096. Meloche 288. 1 1. W. Whittman 271. Johnson 282. Georue Wittman 255. Yuma peace officers 1.075. Adnir 266. Mrs. Weiss 262. Taylor 265. Weiss 282. Puna Pistol Club 1.073. IUua .'72. Sluwe Proper '-''16. Miller 271. I'hoeiii.v polire 1.1158. Wilson 278. Vim Doren 215. I Van 255. Fi easier 2SO. Foitv five rntib.r national mutch -Adnir JUli. Weiss 26 1, Meloche '.'60. I.rltun '.'3'l. McMahon 255. William II Stew nil '.Ml-Mrs Weiss 231. Ficasici 229. Wilson 2'.'N. 'I'll vim- 271. Newell .Mart in 223. G. W. Darnell 220. Miller 219. U llllam K. Stew-Hi't 2'HI. Slowe 196 Grand aKMicyale -Adair 816. Meloche 811. Weiss 8H2. LeRua 800. Freasier 772. McMahon 751. Miller 737. Taylor 728. Mrs. Weiss 726. Stowe 718. Darnell "1.2. Dean 702. Johnson li'Mi. 11 W. Whitmann 691. William H. Stewart 690. O TU inn u ci.ivr:a Ski Crown FLAGSTAFF, Mar. 17 (AP Ernie Born of Preseott won the championship ski meet concluded today at the Snow Bowl near Flagstaff. His combined time in class B events yesterday and today was five minutes and 34 sec- Second in class B was Elmer Hubbard, jr., of Flagstaff with five minutes and 48.8 seconds. Shelton Dowell, Flagstaff, the defending state champion, was third with six minutes and .2 seconds. Downhill races were held Saturday and the slaloms today. The best overall time in the meet was set by Gilbert Sechrist, class C winner, with five minutes and 24.7 seconds. Bob Knoles. Flagstaff, was second in class C, and Bill Jakel of with six and l.b respectively. F. Becker in the irons. Fime followed the early hv Golstreworth and Mr?. G. F. Meng's The Gob. Becker let Broom Time roll when they hit the run from the wire, but Radio Mo- irale and Dr. Cattail came surging mi from (nr behind to turn tho made S retch gallop into a tight battle, night The winner returned $11. $5.SO pins'and $1.20. Radio Morale was worth lh $7 and $b.60 and Dr. Cattail hit the fifth annual city tournament at i . , , , it, f..j c- n,. ; r.rst race, sin furlones Hasty Victory the Gold Spot alleys. But It was won. Phoebe J second. Hot Pepper third: not Until she scored a double Strike, also ran. Heather Wins. Rail Blizzard. in the last frame of her final game V,' cioeker. Lynn J. Royal Mail, that the three-year champion had i S(H d rarp six fur,onKSLu!;, Jan, safely disposed Of runner-up Doro-iwon. Radio Chief second. Black Universe thv Met: eerv. who tota ed 1 K44!"i'ra: also ran. tsonme Blue, vicia. oen- for second honors and was only five, Maxine Tate, already a j time winner of the Phoenix , en's bow ling championship. it three titles in a row last when she blasted 1,659 actual for high all-events score in eral Jr.. Rationed Goods. Shuttle. Line O' Battle. Doubtful Row. Double Count. Captain Nut Time. 1:13 35. Third race, five furlones Dude Wranar- ler won. Termo-Day second. Beth's Pn.ie third; also ran. Esrevinu. Bartley Bov. Dr. Jeff. Roi.lef. Bar Boy. Brown Velvet. Lomn Mar Bob. Topseva. Scratched. Mystic Rumble Time. 1 :m Fourth race 5'- furlonEs Drumont won. Davids Bos second. Crystal Ridee third: also ran. Oh I.isto. Tic Grimaldi. Scratched Ni'co Kle Time. 1 v,.c MpClonrv'c iii. waro tn tare, j lurioncs May Boy won. MIS. MCleer s totals weie $M llanpy Twist second. Wham Bam third: in Uie live-man competition, DH also ran: Spare Paris Miss Vault. Sam pins out of first place when the; fatal frame came up. Louella! Schneller was third in the all-events competition with 1.617. Miss Tate fashioned her title- winning total with a 540 series in the team event, a sparkling 598 in the doubles, and 521 in singles.: Best. Law . Better Home. Dtamon.f Scratched. Leo! a W. nua. in me s Drill. Court Time. 1-05 1 Si-.lh race, one mile and 70 vards Mna-lee won Count Kpinard sifond. Veirns ffi-tarker tliird: Also inn. Murnh's Pat v. Cimumwlini!. Black Rock. Mr Firelme. She Rolls. Fovsler. Scratched. Banker Jim. Memorv Boss Time. 1 46 Seventh race, one mile and 70 varri Olav Comev won. Alpine Kme second. Mo- lmco Betty thud: also ran. Tickv Marsre. Oiikmead Acorn Sunorb. Inmate. Ardour. Orlando Girl. Chorus. Whiz K. Time. I --13 3 5 Kl uht 1 1 rare one mile and 70 vnrd Ms Real vv.m Sm inn Dun seend Martin M- an thu d also inn Jack Moi lev. Fair I hots. I In. I. h,- General. Thos. Hmuwolf I'lmi- 1 4'j Ninth i-nce. one mile and 7(1 v.irr1-,'Th SI I'alii.k's lay I i.-llnlliau ' Ht .Kim Time w..n Ifa.U.. Mnuilc Mi-..ml Dt '!!ji-I thud- ills,, urn. I ed Lewi. The cHb. Slid-my Home, ll.int.v, (;..Kirr..tth. Jivla Joe Tune. I. II 3 5 'new tuck record! I.nlh race one mile and one fuil.i Sword Play won, Mm trno Boy second B-iot. hill third, also ran. Verv True, PUvair. i.ouKii . msMiiit. waier wanon. Inductor 1 :5I 2 5 Tim-. eligibility was in accordance with L Rfsult of today s slaloms: Western Conference stnndards toiB Lt. Col. R. W. Smith, which DePaul adheres, and thatFjeld- tuo m'"ute4' Jl8'3i Mikan played against Long Island jth.rp mm" ?s 1A; Hubbard- I niversitv in Mariisnn Snimiv Car.:'""1"!", j.i. rten without class Luke Born, three protest, in that game ne was so outstanding that New York basketball writers named him the Garden's No. 1 player of the year. Mikan played four years under the special wartime eligibility rules that are generally recognized. Meyer washed his hands of the whole thing, declaring: "Why spend time trying to alibi' their failure to select us. Why don't they just skip the whole thing?" Sportsmen Slate Meeting Tonight The Phoenix Sportsmen's Association will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in Parlor A of Hotel Westward Ho, with all committees especially desired to be present. The membership committee will take the spotlight, sincr the organization is mappiiiK a ram-pain to obtain 1,000 new member before October I. The campaign will be launched at breakfast at the Westward Ho at 7 a. m. March 25.- Women Mary Ann Aldhaus, Flagstaff, three minutes. 44.4; Ruth Andreas. Preseott, four minutes, 18.1: Rose Titus, Arizona State College of Flagstaff, four, 56.5. Class C Sechrist, two minutes. 59.9; Knoles. three minutes. 24; Harvey Wright, Flagstaff, three, 27.4. The meet was sponsored by the Flagstaff Ski Club. Jenkins Heads Auto Race Club ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. Mar. 17 ( AP) Ah Jenkins, international automobile racing champion, last night was elected president of the newly-organized National Auto Racing Fraternity, which proposes to improve racing conditions and to build up auto racing as a national sport. Jenkins, former mayor of Salt Lake Citv. Utah, also was named commissioner of raring. Rex Mays of Los Angeles, Calif. National Automobile Association of America racing champion of 1940-1941. delegate from the American Society of Professional Automobile Racing, pledged the co-operation of his group to the fraternity. in doubles and 540 in singles. Not entirely content with all-events honors and the official city championship. Miss Tate teamed with Mrs. Schneller to win the handicap doubles title with a fancy 1,252 score, an all-time record for feminine bowlers in Phoenix. The highest previous doubles total in tournament competition was a 1,1-18 score which won tut- event in 1911. In annexing; the partnership honors, Mrs. Schneller posted a (H( total blithest three-Kme series rolled in the 1940 tourney und Miss Tate contributed her best series of the meel, ft'.IH. An 18 pin handicap ran the actual-pin count of 1,234 to 1,252. Other money-winners in the doubles division were Dorothy Mc-Cleery and Ann Pennington, with 1,204; Dot Wilkinson and Virginia Dobson, 1.134; Nadine Miller and Faye Craig, 1.096; Genevieve Nordstrom and Virginia Hyland, 1,070;, and Evelyn Macoubrie and Kay1 Grimminger, 1,062. Margaret Sanders annexed the, handicap singles championship' with a three-game total of 588. in-i eluding handicap. Ann Pennington was a close second with 573, and, Betty Stark and Alice Rinker tied! for the third and fourth snots with pitched the last four innines for the 560. Also in the money were Ann! Yankees, opened the big seventh Mohr. 554; Marge Fowler, 550:ivv'th a triple off Jim Wilson, sec-Dorothy McCleery, 549; and Dot nd of three Red Sox hurlers. Phil Wilkinson, 54S. jRizzuto followed with a single to The Y-P Amusement team of.ring in Ros?r. A walk to Johnny the Pla-Mor Citv League won the".1' an"'ner triple by Tom five-man championship Saturday! 1ch and an lnfl?'d out by Joe runs. Dom Di Magglo's triple In the first frame off Spud Chandler developed into a lied Sox run. Pitcher Pinky Woods homered off Chandler in the third to give the Sox a 2-0 lead. Bobby Doerr's ninth inning homer with nobody on base ended Boston's scoring. Yankees Capture Seventh Straight ST. PETF:RSBURG. Fla.. Mar. 17 ( AP)- Scoring all their runs in the seventh inning, the New York Yankees came from behind today to defeat the Boston Red Sox. 4-3, for their seventh straight exhibition game victory. tmerson (Steve) Roser. who Chicago Boxing Ban Is Lifted night with an impressive 2,61o to tal, second highest in city tournament history. The championshin quintet had an 81-pin margin over Hoffman's Ice Cream, which fin-; ishcrd second with 2,534. Ann Mohr paced the winners with a fancy 598 series, and Maryi Munn contributed 511. Maxine Tate and Dot Wilkinson were high for the runners-up with totals of 540 and 511. respectively. Members of the championship team' are Mrs. Munn, Bobbie Thornton.' i ranees Lovingood, Marie Yockey, ann mis. Monr. j CHICAGO. Mar. 17 (AP) A Other teams which finished inhn on professional boxing in Chi-the cash-prize bracket were y-pliftso stadium is being lifted, tem- i Amusement Cold Spot ClassiclPorarily at least, to allow a card j League i. 2,531; Lucille's, 2,4b5; ! previously scheduled for April 12 i Paris Cleaners, 2.461; Modern Wavj'o he held, Arthur M. Wirtz. ex-i Cleaners, 2.447; 307 Buffet 2 437"-! ecutive vice-president of the Sports ; Grand Cafe. 2,435; Grace Lu'theran','Palace- said last night. 12.431; and Dei K. Webb. 2,430. j Wirtz announced last Sunday he Leah McElroy provided the!vant.eci no m01'? professional box- tournament oddilv when she roller! m lne stadium until we can their monev's worth." Promoters Irving Schoenwald and Jack Begun said they were trv-ing to arrange a 10-round bout b'e-iv.ivn Freddv Dawson, a leading contender for the lightweight title, and Johnny Brat ton, former Golden Gloves lightweight titlist. Your RED CROSS U THW corry on I VOI R RED CROSS Ml 'ST CARRY ON Your contributions have enabled the Red Cross to perform countless services for people everywhere, particularly, during the war. Then, as now, men in the armed forces knew the helping hand which did so much to keep them going. And it's not over for many of those men yet . . . some lie in hospitals recovering from wounds while others need assistance in their adjustment to civilian life. Do your part . . . help your Red Cross continue its important work. Your gift is needed. Give today! THE "BOND STREET" LOOK mm -Iff There a man in ?s usually every gathering who has that 'Bond Street" look. He' wearing smartly styled, weil-tailored clothes, fashioned from the latest and finest His perfect of clothing and accessories adds immeasurably to his outstanding appearance. He carefully selects every item of his apparel at a man's store. materials, matching 130 Norlh ( . ;ral Established 1897 three consecutive games of 126, 126. tain f'Shters who can give fans and 12b in the singles event. All trophies, cash and merchandise prizes will be presented to the tournament winners at the annual banquet of the Phoenix Women's Bowling Aseociation. to be held March 29 at Hotel Adams. I4ijte - V ' -I sf! w " " r r it v , , -sfc i - -- . , - X : tJ I ii I 7:45 I '?.. ""' Improved Racing Strip C . New Asphalt Parking Iot Vi'-i Improved Racing Strip New Asphalt Parking Iot Reserved Season Seats Now On Sale Meet Closes April 11th PHONE 4-4800 N'o Minors Allowed 1 ;, , P. ' - - - ' ;-' v:!'K -' - &mmiwflmiam hiih.blwi.ij u i '.h l h m ' in . i n m i . nm n .um a juwijjil i imn tmm w i'i ' u . - -" "hMWMWWMMWi m "J,-T ---- - ----- - - - - - - ft

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