Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 16
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Ni- ,- «'«.·; Grid Broadcasts TODAY ' XTKT--7:45 p. m.--Tucson high TS. Mesn high, TOMORROW KCNA--12;15 p. m.--UCLA TS. Purdue; 7:45 p. · in.--Arizona vs. Denver. KOPO -- 1:30-3:30 p. m. -- CBS roundup of nation's top games, Including the Princeton. Cornell tussle, directed by Connie Des mond and Rod Barber, KTKT --12:00 -- Army vs. Columbia; 7:45 p. m.--Arizona vs. Denver. KTUC --3:15 p.-m.'--Stanford T*. Washington; 7:45. p. m.--Art / xona TS. Denver. . KVOA --2:45 p. ni. --Southern California vs. Oregon..' SUNDAY KTKT --12:00--.Chicago Bears vs. New York Yankees/' S p.in.--Detroit Lions vs. Los Angeles Rams. Roskruge Rally Nets 13-6 Win Rosruge junior high overcome a 6-0 half-time deficit yesterday and won a-13-6 victory over Catalina in the Varsity'' football league, Catalina, playing its'best game of the season, controlled 'the ball most of the first half and drove t o ' the Roskruge five-yard line in the first quarter, where' it was stopped. Roskruge, however, could not get itself out of the -hole -and continually found it necessary.to punt from deep in Its own territory. A Jump ' pass-' from Bill: Gunter to Mike ; Gurnett was good for the Catalina score just before the half ended. Roskruge tied it up in the third period on a 10 : yard pass from Leonard Aros. to Louie. Galarza, who ran another 10 to score. Jesus Martinez' 15-yard pass into the end - zone to Danny Ruiz won the game in the fourth period. Aros sneaked for th« conversion. Blue Devils Triumph. By MURRAY SINCLAIR AP Sports Writer Arizona State college at Tempe is the top offensive outfit among the major college 'grid squads of the nation,.but It still plays second fiddle to West Texas State in ,the Border conference. West ' Texas, the. .'.conference leader, has advanced;.2.836 jyards in winning, six games.: 'This gives it an average gain, of £72 'yards per game. West Texas is listed among the small schools of the U.S. . , Tempe has advanced 2,341 yards in winning i four and losing one; for an average of 46S yards per game. . Three men dominate the indi Graziano 1 To 2 Pick Ov£r Janiro ;ByMTJRKA¥,ROSE, . NEW YORK, Oct. 27. OT--He'd not as vicious in the ring ax he used to be, but Rocky Graziano still talks a tough light. ""I'll knock him "stiff," said Kocky, who meets Tony Janiro in a return to-round bout at Madison Square Garden tonight. They drew , in their first clash last Mar. /31. The Bock is a 1 to 2 choice to win over blond Tony, a flashy r boxer from Yonngstown, Ohio. Tony, however, declares he's in his best shape ever and "I'll wear him out. Rocky's slow and easy to hit and I may evenjenock him out." - · - . - . - ·-· .' , , . · . ' . - ' ' - · ' If he can turn that trick, Janiro will shoot right up into the higher tax brackets. As it is, he'll make a pile out of tonight's sho.w. ·( 'The promoting -International WEST TEXAS STILL PACES BC IN OFFENSE i t Tops Tempe 4 Yards Per Game; Mayfield, White Duel For Lead Buckeyes Look Like Biff 10's Best --, '· " -; ·/' C7 i vidual statistics: Wilford (Whiz-l Boxim,club hopes to equal the VBT^ TTl7Vil+o r\-f -Tomrtft .Trthn JJVi'rr? . fft* run j. _ j.i__ _I_A '-'»._ x '· JLL' zer) White of Tempe, John Ford' of Hardin-Simmons and 'Gene 'Mayfield of West. Texas, , : . i White Over Cross White has taken a commanding lead over wee BUI Cross,. 150-pound West Texas fullback, in their duel for -rushing honors. White has carried the ball 100 times for 861 yards and an- S.6 average. ' .Cross lias .carried 58 times for 697 yards. $81,049 gate they attracted 'the last tiaie at'a $10 top. This one is scaled to §12. Some 14,000 fans, mostly followers -of ; ttte ;wlld- swinging New Yorker;: · are expected to show up for the reopen, ing of the Garden boxing season. Xhc rodeo. has been occupying tbe big arena.. . Since the Janiro draw, Kocky has hung up five kayos in a row, all on the road. He stopped Dan; ny Boy Williams, ~ - '-- He'has a l-.2«yara average. , n y jj^y iviuicims, viume \,iuu«u, Ford is proving to tie the testj Henry Brimm, Gene Burton ami passer in the league for the second i p e t e Mead. Janiro, who celebrates . . _ . _ .. . . year in a row. By completing 57 )f 99 aerial attempts, he has gained 907 yards. Seven, of his throws resulted in touchdowns. Mayfield s second with 778 yards. But .Mayfield, who rushes as well as passes, leads the conference n total offense. He has gainec 897 .yards, 36 more than second! place White. Ken AVatson. of Hardin-Simmons leads the pass receivers for the econd week in a row. He has aught 17 forwards for, 303 yards 3111 Glazier of Arizona, who wasn't isted a week ago, is now in second ilace with 261 yards, ^_ · Fuller In Front Just'as he did a year ago, Bob ' Mansfeld's- Blue Devils moved nearer to In* title in the Northern B loop with a -21-0- win over the . Mansf eld ·· Night Owls. Ernest Rod- 1 riguez; opened. the : scoring' on an - intercepted pass .in the third period mn* Joe Y.ourguliz ran 30 yards for another i one' in the same quarter. . Jim Acton scored the final touch. down on a pass. . .The Roskruge Rockets remained ·unbeaten, in the C league:,as they trounced'.the Wakefield Termites, 18-0. The. Rockets have been tied once. Juan Barbajal intercepted a first period pass and romped for a touchdown and Ray-Lopez -took a j)ass from Cordova for the conversion. Cordova also .passed to George Lopez for the second touchdown ' and Ray Lopez for the third. A 6-6 tie with the Mansfeld Ham- stars did the title aspirations of the Mansfeld -Red Rockets no good in the lower C race. The Red Rockets had three successive wins until this one and had it won until the, last minute of play when Hamsters j i tied the count on a 25-ysrd pass from Charles Taylor to Alfred Cam- 1 pos. The Rockets had gone ahead ' 3h the second period on a 20-yard . pass from Riley Frost to Richard McMinn who raced 15 yards to the · end zone. · 'uller of Tempe- is establishing imself to be-the best conversion rtist-' in the loop. He has now icked 23 points in 24 attempts. White and Cross are deadlocked in- their race for individual scoring honors. Each'has 61 'points to his credit. Charles Wright of West Texas is 'breathing down their necks with'60 points. ·Tempe is the best defensive! team. · It has · allowed opponents only 1,301 yards in five games. It has -the best rushing defensive, ·while' Hardin-Simmons'. has the best pass : defense.' RUSHING NAME, School Whlti, 'Tcmne Cross, *W. Texas' , Wright, W. Ttx«i G«br.l, Ttx. w«it, .... Wolo.it, Arizona U. ,. Bltlr, Hard/n-SJmmon* Teh Ygp.Net Ave his 23rd birthday, has outpointed his last three foes, Al Guido^Sonny Levitt and Chico Pachecho. The main event, starting at 8 p.m. (Tucson time), will he broadcast by ABC, (KCNA) and telecast by NBC. Close Wins Staged In Randolph Meet Close wins prevailed in two events yesterday in the Flag tourney held by the Randolph Women's Golf association. In the ficst group of lS-ho]e competitors, Dorothy Urich won on the 10th hole from Dorothy Jaicks after a' tie at the end of regulation play. In group two Helen Eilar was the -winner. - , Connie McChristian won on - the 10th hole for first place among the nine-hole entrants. Betsy Bullard earned first place for "the six-month ringer score (composite low scores ,- for..' .each week of 18-hole competition) in class A with a 73. Elizabeth' Chest- j nut copped class B with an .88 arid Helen Eilar, Marlon -Wilkins and Margaret Griffin tied for third with 94s each.' . Elsie Orth was -the 18-hole Octo- By, JERRHDISKA (This is the second of a scries ·reviewing college' -football by major conferences.) - " V CHICAGO, Oct 27.'(ff) --Ohio State's bristling Buckeyes grow more formidable by the'minute, but the tale of the Big 10 foot ball title scrap well may hang on .the season's final.two Saturdays. That's when the Backs, "now owning a 2-0 league record, meet Illinois and, Michigan, In , that .order. Spiced "by some, surprising chestiness by Northwestern: anti- Indiana, the' campaign has developed fairly, ; close-, to pre-season calculations,: which stamped Co- Champions, Ohio'Staje and Michigan" plus 'Illinois; as .ranking contenders. Illinois and. Michigan are Rose : Bowl eligibles, while Ohio State can't repeat because, it appeared In the 1950 Bowl, nipping : ;Callforriia, 17-14.''..' v EllnoUif suffered a,serious,.but not fatal,: setback in losing-to '.Wisconsin, 7-6, in a quagmire. The mini, however, show signs .Of. doing very well before) the season's end.: , ; ..100 .896 ...H 702 ..102 596 ·;,.55 416 ...63 415 ...8S 381 Jackson, Texas Tech ......55 330 330 Taylor, Hardin-Simmons ..36 321 320 FORWARD PASSINQ 8. 12. 5. 7. 6. 5. 5.! B. Pet Att Cp Yds Cmp N.AMI, School . A t t C p Y d s Cmp Ford, Hardin-Simmons 99 67 907 .576 Mayflled, W, Tex»s ...90 48 778 .533 Price, N. Mexico U, ...60 27 343 .450 McCauley, Arizona U, .....B7 35 555 .361 ^avllch. Flagstaff 78 27 372 MAMt, tchool TOTAL OFFENSE Mayfield. West Texas ____ QB White, Temp .............. fTB Poi Rah PAS Tot Watson, Hardln-SImmana Qlazler, Arizona U, ,'16 Qoode, Hardln-Slmmon* ....14 Topp, Flagstaff. 14 Ma- Maple Marks CA'RLY BIRDS LEAGUE (Speedway Linss) The sister team of Esther and Agnes ,..,,. ·Ilka teamod up to take honors In league play Hit night. 'Esther had hloh ilnols game of 170 pins whlli Agnis had h!g . aeries honors 'with a 454 total. . Tommy Tuckers, · team that had hlo. ·Ingle ome or 692 pins, took three poln from Southern Arlio,ni Bank; W. H. Co ·nil Sons split with Western Tavern; T. Research,, tilgh series winners with 2,0 pins, swept four from Art's Electric servl Ford; Hardln-Slmmsna Cross West Texas . . . , Wright, West Texas PASS ...QB .FB HB 778 0 NAME, School RECEIVING No -so 907 857 .f!7 0 697 578 0 578 PUNTING NAME, School ' No Yds Wise, West Texas ,..'.. 18 7JO , Conntll.. T. West 24 958 Reed, Tempe .' ,' 14 533 Styron, N. Mex. A*M ....30 1141 · POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN NAME, School Att Cpl Fuller, Tempe 24 23 Davis, Texas Western it. 17 ·Yds Tds 3D3 4 £61 3 269 120 Crou/West Texas 4 1 Ave 40. 39.9 33, 38. Pet .967 JKI .583 and Roiara's Florist took four from 81 eon Lighting. The standings; T. V. Research ...,,, Ro«ara's Florist Tommy Tuckera ,., Western Tavern ..... W. H. Cox i Sons ... Southern Ariz, Bank Art's Electric Service 21 20 16 16 14 10. ·eacon Lighting , I ' ARIZONA POST LEAGUE (Speedway Lanes). Harry Olrenfeld swept double hono last night. He had a high gam; total o 192 and a high.series of 514 pins. Penning ten Drug swept team honors with 927 p alngle game and 2,689 pins In Its series, Pennlnnton pruo swept four from Skor Leather; Ratnere took three from Rogei Jewelry and Gordon took three from SRK The standings: ' - . ' . Wv. Gordon Shoes ...;..;... I- Watner's Deal 8 Pennlngton Drug --.1.......... 7 , Skora Leather C JHooer's Jewelry ..,.;... 4 YR.K s JUNIOR' MAJOR UEAQUI (Old Pueblo Ceiitre) Vlo Wa.'den took high single game hon on last night with a 220 pin total durln league play. ' H. Peterson had the hlgl aeries with a'576 trio. Norton Lumber tean took the high game.honora with X MS tola a^d Grant'Road Merchants'toolc high eerie with liM.plns. Craftaman Hobby took four from Tucson Qlass and Mirror; Qrant -Nond . Merchant look four from Arizona-Cigar; Copper State ·porting Goods took' three from "Pain Supply and Norton Lumber took four.from Shamrock .-Dairy. The 'standings: w;, Craftsman.' Hobby. Shop '.. 24 Grant M. Marohants ........... « · · .12 Copper State Sporting Oooda ,I.' 19 , Arizona Cigar .,,.'.,..,., i: 1t 16 Tucson.Glass A ,Mirror .......... 16. .-16 Paint Supply v,..,.,-.. ...,15-',, M7 Nerton - Lumb«r .....i i.... 13 '19 Shamrock Pulry :..,...v 1« 22 MAJOR LEAGUE ' . *- (Old Putb.'o Centre) It was a good-night for: the loop list night, with 22 games of · 200 er over bslno. bawled. Doul ;' honors'w5trt,to I. OeLong In the Individual department, with high ··me of: 237 and "high ssrles-ef MC, and Cook's teiberllngi Tires In. the ieam division, with high g«m« of 1,016 and high series efS.JW. ' - ' ~ Match play saw the IlKs Club lake feur from Club .La Joila; .TeKas-Arlzone Freight defeat Club "2l''.'py-«;-three to on« margin; ··urn A Adamon blast VFW by the isrro eeunt; and,'Cook's whip the Old Pueblo . Jete. .also by-· three'to one .score. The sUndlngs: ' 1 "W." L. Texjs-Arlion* ,,........'. it 10 Co»K'» Tlreif ;..,,..,..-..,^..... « 11 ·auni A Adamson ^............ v , 14 IlKt Club ...,..:....:.......:.... 17 ' 15 Club La Jollj .v...:.... ir 16 Old Pueblo Jet.s ,. 15 17; ciu* "ii" 'Ii.'!!!."i,'.".'.'«,'.".'.',"." j; »l SCHOOL West Texas Opponents Tempe Opponents .,,,,,. Hardin-Simmons . Opponents ....... New Mexico ....... Opponets Texas Western ... Opponents ' 'Arizona ...\,..,... Opponents ., Texas Tech Opponents .'...-New Mexico A AM Opponents- .1 Flagstaff ...12 TEAM RECORDS N.ET GAIN .Qms Rih Pas Tot ,, 6 1698 S3B 2836 ..5 1722 2341 .874 848 19S6 415 . .680 621 1301 1192 1123 2315 .1079- 528 1607 1004 751 1755 .1412 456 1297 383 ..788 762 851 798 .1035 530 1242. 318 .1190 630 867 303' ..854 757 581 573 186 16! 155 164 157 151 is; 1722 '162 · 1158 ber putting Smith Fisher was took champion runnerup. first for and Kay Dorothy nine-hole golfers with Dorothy Urich finishing second as result of a "playoff with Ann Mealey. At the business meeting. Dorothy Smith was elected tournament chairman to replace Bea Elder, who. resigned last June. Betsy Bullard was named to assist. Mrs. Smith, who is also president of the organization. : · Next- Thursday's tournament will start the four-week, ,72-hole President's Cup championship. Trio Gets Torrid As Hawks Triumph Goliarb Plays In Meet Today PHOENIX, .:Ariz., Oct. 27. OT-Bob Goldfarb of El Paso, Tex., the runner-up last year and top-seeded men's singles player this year, sees his first action today in the Southwestern tennis'tournament here, v Goldfarb drew a first round bye so didn't get into action yesterday Two of the seeded men's singles players were eliminated as one was defeated and another defaulted. Bruce Pieters of New Mexico university, seeded No. 7, fell before Earl Foote of Oceanside, Calif: Bob Galloway of Huntirigton Beach., Calif., who had been given the No. 3 position in the seeding, defaulted his first round 'match when he failed to put in an appearance. Play generally ran 'true to form as the big field of 300 competitors from Arizona,.. New Mexico, .California and Texas went through the opening ;rounds of. singles play. Doubles start today.- · . ..Five of the seeded men advanced with victories yesterday: Arthur Anderson of Los Angeles, seeded No.'2, Bobby Charles of Phoenix and the University of {Arizona, Jimmy · Dye of the University of Arizona; Ormand Parks of Phoenix; and'Gary Peterson of Mesa, Ariz. Goldfarb ;draws Steve VIdal .of Albuquerque as his opponent today.' ' · . .; Ytsterday's results included: .Men's slno'ss (first ro.un(0 --Joit Brt- chesn, U. of A.,, defwtsd .Art Pstsrson, 'Phoenix', '£-0, "6 : 3; Earl Toote, Oceanside, Calif., defeatad Bob RatdigciY.U,. of. A., 6-2," 6-2; Gary Pettrson, Mesa, defeated John Mcktnna, U. of A., 6-2,-11-9; Marty Shaw, U. of A., d«f«at«d Davs tHorowlu Phoenix, 6-0, »-l; Bob BorodKIn, U. o f ' A . defeated Les Murray, Phoenix, 6-3, 8-0. (Second round)-^James Dye,.U, of A., defeated Brecheen, .6-1, «-1; Bob.Chnrles, U'. of A., defeated George Mann, U. of New Mexico, 6-0, *M; Ormand ParKe; Phoenix, defeated Borodkin, 6-2, 6.2,. - Women's slnnles (first round)--Sarah Rosser, Phoenix, defeated Genevltve Hines, U. of A., 8-3, 6-4; Ren« Bronson/ U. of A,, Michigan, though stumbling before Michigan State and Army in non-loop' jousts, gave. firm evidence it still was a conference ·power-last.Saturday by spanking Wisconsin, previously unbeaten, by a 26-13 count Michigan plays five straight ' more conference games, 1 starting W'Uh .Minnesota'tomorrow and also including Ullnols, Indiana, Northwestern and Ohio State. Ohio State has been .the real surprise of ' the season to date. After the wipe-out by graduation of his'Bose Boirl crew, :it was. expected Wcs'Fesler would have rough going. :0hio State lost its opener to Southern -Methodist, now : top-ranked in the AP's weekly; poll..,. But in that game' ·the-Mustangs- wound up with a minus-T; yards: from scrimmage. 'The/Bucks-thought they should ·have won from the Mustangs and :they nave: been playing like they're boiling mad ever since. They .thumped- Pittsburgh, 41-7, Indiana, 26-16,; and Minnesota, 48-0. Against four · opponents, Ohio State holds an amazing; 992 to 135-yard rushing advantage. On 131 Jabs at the rock-ribbed ,Buckeye line, those four foes have averaged approximately only one yard per try. Versatile Vic Janowicz is tlie big gun in the dynamic Ohio State attack, but Haifback Walt Klevay has averaged almost 10 yards per try In 29 carries. Other cogs in an amazingly efficient backfiela arc Halfback' Skip "Doj'le, Fullbacks Chuck Gandee .and Bob KociJ»ic and Sophomore Quarterback Tony Curcillo. Ohio's schedule 1 still has some potential pitfaills .before the Bucks take on .Illinois Nov. 18 and Michigan Nov. 25. Tomorrow, the Bucks meet Iowa, to be followed by Northwestern and JVisconsin. Ohio State plays seVen conference g-anics, compared with six by Illinois and Michigan. Northwestern, undefeated in four starts against Iowa State, Navy, Minnesota and Pittsburgh, can \b* a howling 'spoiler, especially if the Wildcats hurdle Wisconsin tomorrow. . Indiana's tine showing against Ohio State and conqacst of Xotee Dame stamp'the' Hoosiers, also, as a menacing dark horse..JHow- ever; the Hoosiers will {earn pretty much about their title chances at Illinois tomorrow, not to mention their-Michigan Invasion Nov. 11. Wisconsin, now with a. 2-1 record, possibly could wind up in the title contention^ but the Badgers' Nov. 11 date With Ohio State among four remaining loop tilts is 'the stickler. , Like Dlinoisj. Purdue's Boilermakers, who seem. to..have .lost stride after spilling Notre Dame, have onjy one league defeat-that a 33-21 upset by Iowa. However,,the Boilermakers play only four more league games, including Wisconsin, Northwestern, Minnesota and Indiana. .Another defeat .will virtually wipe out Purdue's title prospects. Iowa (1-2), facing Ohio State tomorrow and Illinois Nov. 11, may have trouble matching last year's: 3-3 league record. Buffeted Minnesota,, which has' drop"-' ped four straight. Including two league starts, appear cellar bound. (Tomorrow -- Rocky Mountain conference.) BlowoutRuinsMcCluskey's Bid Mulligan JBuys For GUpin First Place Honors By 'HOT ROD' HARKIN.GTOX Mickey Marcum, bouncing along in his battered No. 22 drove a steady careful race last night in the 30-lap main|£* e aty event at.Gilpin Sports stadium "for -25 laps, when he suddenly found himself leading the pack of rattling relics and then proceeded: to show the-boys the way home to get the checkered flag first.' . He was a cinch to grab second place in the big race, until Roger McCluskey, who led the event for 25 laps, blew a-., rear tire and was forced out. This, misfortune turned the spotlight on Marcum, who re eponded to win ahead of Les. Mor rison and R. C. Whitwell. Bill Cheesbourg, winner of five out of-'the: last eight main, events had tough luck last night in this event, when he lost a-radiator hose which - .eliminated him; Earlier 'Wild Bill" rolled up-ah easy victory, in the semi-main by beating Ben 'Ramsey ,and Dick Shaffner to the finish line. Few Semi Thrills The semi-main provided very few thrills, but. the main made up for JT it last night. Blackie -Larigford spun out on the first 'start of the race and, shortly after.the" second start, Terry : Dupey and "Red" Meeks had a neck-and-neck race into the' north crash wall which was won by Dupey, who hit the .embankment Baseball Team SACRAMENTO, Calif., Oct. 27. ijf] The Sacramento club: of the Pacific Coast baseball league has been sold to Eddie Mulligan, former Salt (HjtrniB Bctlg Ctttznt Friday ttvenlni, Oct. a, · and a San Francisco resident, subject to a final audit of the books. The sale price of. tHe 1950 PCL By Associated .Press The Chicago BlackhawJfs' top 'orward line of Doug Bentley,. Wild Willie Mosienko and Pete Babando has started to click. ' ./ In the Hawks' first four games, he trio, managed to score only two goals and draw two assists. Last night, however, the trio was ·ery much on the beam. They each scored a goal to pace the Hawks. p a 5-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in the only game scheduled. In addition, Mosienko and Balando .each picked up.two assists .nd Bentley one. . Opponenti ....;......1M7 646 245 FWD PASS \ SCHOOL ' Att cmpl cmpl Intrc AVI Weil Ttxn ..,i.,,..1 Opponent] ,...148' T«mp« 1...74 Opponent! ....105 Harditi-Slmmon* ..^123 Opponents .... -- .117 New Mexico 123 Opponents 91 Texas Weitfirn 77 Opponents ,.» 117 Arizona 122 Opponents 70 Texas'Tech ........93 Opponent* ..85 Naw Mexico AIM ..69 Opponents 98 Fiaosts.tr 113 Opponent* 88 .474 .432 .311 .410 .593 .368 .439 .440 .416 .419 .393 .557 .349 .(18 ..449 ,429 .353 ·'352 ' 33. 36. 37. 37.I · 31.! 33. 35.1 35.1 38.1 34,3 .35.8 44.2 31.9 34.2 36.5 34.9 32,; ''31.' GOLD SEAL MOTOR BLOCKS. NEW CAR PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE. PRICES INCLUDE GASKETS, OIL INSTALLING. BUICK.40 50. ........ .. ...... :$249,00 Head Assy. W/R.A. .._.. 57.00 CHEVROLET (All) .TM_u' 139.80 Heafl Assy. W/R.A. :..... 42.00 CHRTS. 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Exchange Terms Arranged · on ..Approved Credit ORO MOTORS 1800 31. 14th Ave. Phone-3-2823 Northwest Side of Town: .Ernie Peto, Manager D ft A I * LIQUOR STORE U U O 442 N. 6TH AYt EXTRA DRY VINTAGE 1843 "Where Tucson't Thriftiest People Buy" BELLECOUB REIMS CHAMPAGNE coi/yyy - VIN 85.PBOOP .= PLiXTEB'8 CLCB STRAIGHT BOURBON COORS BEER\^ 18c ^,^^ _.Jith 5th 5449 *3w defeated Marlon Wang, ASC, 6- Donna O'Dell, U. of A., defeated Ivy Foster, San Diego, Calif.r (default) (Second round)--M»rporl« Blair, Newport Beach, Calif., defeated Mary. Ann Carlisle, U. of A., 6-1, 6-2; I ram Maes, P.'ioenlx, da feated Marjorle Kelley, U. of A., 6-2, 6-0: Patsy ZelJmer, Sair.pJeso, Calif., defeated Miss O'Dell, 6-1, 6 - 2 ; . Audrey Barnard,. Phoenix, defeated Miss Bronion, 6-1, 6-0. "Junior boys sinoles-- (first- round)---Dave Good'burn, Phoenix, defeated .Fred Mc- wenie, U. of A., 7-5, 3-6, 6-0; Howard Ryan, U. of A., 6-3, 6.1, (Second defeated frying Katz, El Paso, round) -- Ryan defeated James Wick, Judson, 6-1, 6-1. · : (Third round)--Bill-Crary, U. of A.j defeated John Russell, El.Pm, 6-1, 6-1. ' - about·two arrived. seconds before Meeks McCluskey had - a ; fairly success- S ful evening in'spite of the bad luck in the main. He captured the trophy dash and the second jalopy heat. Charles Clements assisted in the latter, victory by spinning out m on the,-sixth lap "after leading'all the way .and McCluskey took over then to scream across the finish line ahead of the pack., Whitwell won the first · jalopy heat of the evening. ; Al Fishback was the "hard-luck" guy of the motorcycle fraternity last-night. He spilled twice during the evening-- once 'in. the trophy dash, which was easily won by Jay Abney of Mesa, and again in the cycle pursuit race. Hank Bolt took the cycle heat- with, very little effort and Kenny Dallas of Phoenix captured the. Australian pursuit. Dallas, Abney and Fishback, who 'finished in that order in the motorcycle, main, provided the crowd with plenty of thrills as they battled .all through the '15 laps for top spot., Dallas" suffered minor injuries when he took a bad spil! just after beating Abney to the finish line by inches. The racing program was held in spite of acts described by Promoter Dudley Froy'as attempts to keep race officials . out of the track. These acts, included chaining shut ;he gates, digging ditches across the entrances and removal of the public address system, according to Froy. . Froy said he believed the trouble was a direct outgrowth of the $4,000' lawsuit filed, against the rac- ng association last week by Gilpin Sports Stadium, Inc. Complete results: J a f c p y t r o p h y dash-1-Roger McCluskey, 1:12.10; motorcycle trophy d.llh-1-- Jay A b n e y , 1:17.30; -first Ja- opy hcat-1-- R. C, W h i t w e l l , 3:19.90; 2-Kurt Steinbach; 3-- Len Morrison; first motorcycle heot-1-- H a n k Bolt; 2:28.20;. 2-- iverett G r o n d o n ; 3 -- Jack Sisler; second a l o p y heat-1 -- Roger McCluskey, 3:18.75; 2-- Mickey. M a r c u m ; 3-- J o h n Dye; moto"r- cycle, Australian p u r s u i t race«1 -- K e n n y Dallas, 3:17.80; 2-- Jay Abney; s e m l - m n l n alopy-1 -- B i l l Cheesbourg, 6:09.90; 2 -- Ben Ramsey; 3-- Jim S h a f f n e r ; motorcycle main -1-- K e n n y Dallas, 6:Dp,7; 2-- Jay A b n e y ; -- A! F i s h b a c k ; m a i n Jalopy-1-- Mickey rtarcum, 11:22.30; 2 -- Less Morrison; 3 -- R, C. Whitwell. - ') slightly less than 8220,000 for 55 per cent of the stock. Mulligan said he paid $5,000 down. His partner in tHe purchase is Jack . Mac Carthy, San Rafael businessman. Mulligan said he expected to sign Joe Gordon, Cleveland Indian second baseman,, to pilot the Solons. He also said he would -take over he duties of Joyner (Jo Jo) White, usiness manager. . Mulligan purchased the Solons 1 r o m Sacramento , businessmen 5eorge Klumpp, Ed Sparks and larry Devine, who bought the Soons two years ago. ORDER NOW WINTER LAWNS Tucson Fertilizer Co. DIAl 3-1274 Grass Seeds-- Lawn Malcb Dependable Service Insurance Excluiicely 1901 BAST SIXTH STREET PHONE S-9S2S Robinson KO's Olson In 12th By RALPH BERNSTEDC PHILADELPHIA, OcC 27. The promoters: are still marching in the'lambs and Ray (Sugar) Rob- inson.continues .to slaughter them in the master style of th» Harlem dandy. Last- night it was Carl (Bobb) Olson who faced the Robinson fists. Fresh from, the Hawaiian Islands,. 22-year-old Olson tried to win Robinson's: Pennsylvania-version middleweight championship. All he got for 5,500 miles of. traveling was. his fourth defeat in 53 fights. 'Robinson set Olson down for the count' in 1:19 of. the 12th round of a-scheduled 15-rounder at Conv«n-. tionHall. ...-.' . Olson never had a Qhance;- One judge gave hiro a^ round while the,other judge and the referee called · one round even and gave Robinson iie rest. A low blow cost threham- pion the,llth. . Only One Troable ·Robinson,- had .only ';one trouble with Olson.' That was.hitting him. The Islander offered a unique de- 'ense that made him a very- tough target. He held his hands high and allowed his elbows to protrude in front of his midsection. It's a .style to make an opponent work, so-hard trying, to get in a punch-that he wears himself out. But Olson was being cute with the wrong guy. ' . Robinson admitted in his dress- · ihg room after the fight that, although he had everything his own, way, Olson was one of the toughest opponents he lias faced' in his 11- year pro-ring career. 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