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iT- ARIZONA, LLIDE HERE Western, Tech In Big BC Go First Major Test JFor Unbeaten Miners By United' Press Only Hardln-Slnwnons takes the week end off as tonight's "title- establishing" set-to between Texas Western and Texas Tech features play In the Border conference. Texas Western, - undefeated^ dn Border conference-play but'with a tingle loss in outside play, gets Its big text In Tech--the pre-season loop title, choice. Although without victory In five previous outings, the Red Hafders are considered iinore"'than a' match for most of the .conference clubs. They have- played, without doubt, the toughest schedule In .the -loop with all but,;one of their'..'games Southwesfconference members. In Tech, the,' Miners meet the first of two high hurdles on the path to the championship. Next ·week'comes No. 2, undefeated West .Texas State. , · ; · ' ·! Now Mexico Bouled ·The Miners got ready for this week's game with a 48 to 13 rout of New Mexico last Saturday while Tech fell to Southwest conference member Baylor, 26 to 12. ; In the only other. conference *ame set for this week end, Arizona State college, with an injury -list as long aa Russia's veto list, meets the hapless New Mexico, Aggies. The Aggies, with only a win over Arizona State of Flagstaff to their conference credit, 1 stand little chance to come close to the Injury- riddled Sun Devils. Tempe reserves are expected to play most of the REPPEV' RAY KIRBY,. Yama's stellar right half speed merchant, guns around his own right end on a 12-yard punt return late in the second period of last night's 41-13' romp over Amphitheater.- Pursuing'the-fleet' 149-pounder are Panthers Chuck Williams (13) and Jack Dalrymple (17). ; Crims' No. 48 is Al O'Brien. DOGGED DA1SNY BRYA3ST, Amphitheater's consistent line plunger, plows over his own left tackle from two.yards put to register the Panthers' second touchdown after five minutes of the fourth quarter in last nisrht'g fray with Yuma. Identifiable Criminals- are Tackle Jim Bright (39) and Halfback Ramiro Garcia (35). game. In another Leads At Stake In Pro Football Sunday Battles NEW YORK, Oct. 2S. HO--First place In both the American and National conferences 'will be at stake, Inl.National Football league PLEASE MR. RICKEY, WHO'S ON FIRST BASE? UP Claims Branch feature of tonight's play. Arizona hosts Denver university at Tucson, The Wildcats, Improving with every game, stand to-score a mild, upset in this batjle of sophomore lines. Denver ran wild In defeating Brigham-Young university 42 to ,3 last week while the Wildcats came close to scoring a major upset in losing to the Uni verity of Colorado, 28 to 25. : In other games tonight, undefeated West Texas--State takes on a breather in Trinity college,' Arizona State college of Flagstaff is favored against New. Mexico Highlands and New Mexico goes.to-the sacrifice 'block In a'game with high- powered Wyoming. games tomorrow. ;·· The'.tastiest dish' on, the agenda will-be a. battle .between'the New York Yanks and the Chicago. Bears a t ' the; ^Yankee Stadium; where same 50,000 fans .are,expected. The Yanks, .with a f i v e won, -one lost record,.currentlyi'lead the National conference,' while -the -Bears are second with a 4-1 mark., - . · ...In the Axnericanlcoriference, the Horse Racing At Rodeo Oval Closes Sunday Seven races are on tap for quar- terhorses and thoroughbreds tomorrow to conclude the .Tucson Chamber of Commerce-sponsored races · at the Rodeo Grounds. Post time Is 1:30. Drayab Is featured in one of the day's leading thoroughbred events for six furlongs. A winner here two Sundays ago, Drayab has heen assigned to carry 122 -pounds, the lame as Rhett Butler, second favored horse In the race.' Miss B. K. has earned the favorite's role for the class A quarter- horse race at 300 yards since: she ha* already won three in a row. Tr«okm«n's 8«l«otloru »«!«otlom In ortlsr of pr«f«r«nc».. FIRST RACK (300 Yurtii for Qr«d« B HtrMs) ·Urly Arrlvul. 111--Ju« bittin by * good on* Ust wttk '. Allvcr Gouttr, 122--Exotllvnt THOU tlttwhtrt LIUli O*ndy, 11--Cm hiindli tht nst Whistling Cut, 117--could bi In tlii moniy C Not«, 101--Asking · lot h«r» Nincy Curttr, 118--olv« h«r thi outing New. York Giants, will, go -after their fifth .triumph ; In -;six starts- in a game at Chicago with the'fourth- place Cardinals. ..And .the. Philadelphia Eagles, tied with the Giants "or the lead, will play host 'to :the. Washington Redskins, Other ' contests scheduled .are Detroit at Los Angeles, ; Pittsburgh at .Cleveland and Baltimore at San In For With Hamey Bucs Chlokasnw Rid Man, 111-- No Union thlstnt SECOND RACE ' (Flvi Furlonga, Claiming) Brown B«ait, 116--Jutt mlssid list walk ' ·on Qnlui, 11!--The ona to beat · Bullet, *1S--Seldom out of the mom- . ' . Varda Cogper, 122--Might be placid too low JoUoi, 122--.Will help set the paoi' Dainty Son, 11»--Also hat chance lor thi ploturi - . . Man O'Chiir, 115--8«ldom gits much Coribar, 11J-- Mloht mid thi raci THIRD BAGS (Flvi Furlongs, Claiming) YanKn Blade, 122--Served notice In tart Urt T»p Heavy. 11S--Throw out lait h«d t. Ann Carroll, 113--Always right thiri ·argln Bill, 111--But iffcrt would git a part Admo, 110--Fair racos ilsiwhiri Jldoat, 113--Hasn't shown much so far BiUir Ligs, Hi--Would have to Improve Iky Mutiny, 113--Always trails (FOURTH RACE) (Sever-, Furlongs, Claiming) Vigas Don, 122--Doing (or thru stralgh. · Antiy, 122--Thi oni to biat Qo Rimler, 11Z--At top form now Junior Ward, 115--Also Improved In I outing ' - · ·aIKo Bunny, 112--May bi placid too low Dutty Qold, 119---One good raci bin · FIFTH-RACE (300 Yards for Oradi A Horns) MlesB K, 104--Going for (o'Ur straight rilokir W, 11*-H»s biatin AA horsia Llttl. Mouie, 114--Could take Jt nil Two Tlmtr, 118--Chance for the money. . ·aldy Barnes, 119--R«n a corker last wick ' Action, 101--Light wilnht may help nufty, 119--Qlvi him this raci .. , SIXTH RACE (Six Furlongs, CUInpIng) Drayab, 1M--Hard to handli right now. nhitt Dutlir, 122--Will bi hard to oatoh Hirb'a Hopi. 11--Hae.world'a of apaid ·dna Ann, 109--Oni good raoi In Safford Frosty ttriak, 113--Can't see much hopi for thla ini ' SEVENTH RACE (One Mile and a Sixteenth, Clalmlnj) Wichita Boy, 111--Top races In New Mexico" Kamkar, 114-- Neldln* last Tool- Tim D, 111--Gois'wtll at this distance Delvllle, 109--Might e a factor Templar, 1t1--Qood raeia In Nibra-alcjr Termiunt, 111--Improved In lait start Chief «ith, 114--Would h»vi to Improvi rrlind;V, 111--Qlvrhtm thli outing first Bast ait-of the. day--Vegas Don III thi tiurth. Beit long ihot, of thi day--Joe Jos In the third. Francisco. .Second To Walker Lujack, although his' reputation' was built up'chiefly on his passing, has'become more of a ground star this season. · Ratterman;'_tops the league's, touchdown passers to date with 14. Lujack hasn't tossed one this season but is headed : only by Detroit' Doak Walker In the ground- scoring department with 55 points. The Giants, fresh from their second, v i c t o r y over/Cleveland's Browns, expLx:t to prove too strong for. the Cardinals' defense/ Coach Steve Owen's men shine on defense themselves. The New Yorkers have allowed their foes..only 54 ^points, low for the circuit. ·.. . ' Th'e Eagles' powerful .ground attack probably will carry them to victory over the .Redskins and their new'pro, Choo Choo Justice^who may ..see .more -action ..tomorrow than "in his .recent bow with the Washington squad. . . · The Browns, smarting from their New York setback,.'wiU.no,..doubt be in a 'fighting 'mood,against the tough'- .Pittsburgh Steelers,, who have had some tough:games and seem in' for another. : " The : .Los .Angeles: Rams, last Sunday ran-i.up 70'pointsin walloping .NEW'. YORK, Oct. 23. (U.PJ--An era ends in Brooklyn today when Branch'.Rickey's contract as general manager of. the Dodgers .expires --'but'the 69-year-old front office wizard will waste little'time beginning a new one. · F o r m a l ^announcement that Rickey-Is the new general manager; . of · the Pittsburgh Pirates . can be expected at'.any moment. Roy. Hafney, .current .general manager, of the Pirates, will become ' -field- -director of. the New York.'Yankees' minor-league farm clubs, thus making way for Rickey In --Pittsburgh., · ".Vigorous . denials t h a t the switches have been" arranged were forthcoming yesterday as all the principals In t h e; transaction sought to .avoid charges of tamper- Mr. Rickey, what'* the pitch? How about a final decision on your baseball status? You're confusing us, you're confusing our readers-and apparently yon've got the national wire services pretty confused, too. - . Take today's wire stories, for instance. United Press^asserts the ex-Brooklyn mahatma 1» definitely heading for Pittsburgh to replace Buc General' Manager Koy Hamey. Hamey, 17P states, Is switching to the New York Yanks; But ^Associated : Press has a different version of the story that has kept hot stove debaters guessing for a week. Rickey, AP opines, is' going to the Steel City; however, he Is not slated for ^he general managership and Hamey Is planning to stick around. · ' At ony rate, the Citizen presents both articles for Its readers' .consideration. JJut we're still waiting for Mr. Rickey to toss in the lastJball. . , - ' Rock Graziano Whips Janiro AP Reports Hamey r 7/1 r j TU £TM i_* In W-Rounder the- Baltimore" Colts .but -will no doubt/run into tougher opposition tomorrow againstthe Detroit Lions. San Francisco's ;49ers, having finally tasted victory'.for the-first time-this'season thanks to a. tight 28-27, decision 'over .Detroit .last Sunday, figure to keep- Baltimore ing. According to - baseball Rickey : could., 'not accept a with another club-ror,. for .that matter, be .formally approached --until his last; ties -with'the Brooklyn club are. severed. ·A Social Call' That.last technical difficulty was dissolved.today. St. Louis General, -Manager Bill DeWitt said; Rickey would "pay him a social calT'-on Monday. · In: taking-. the . Pittsburgh- - Job, Rickey resisted an Impulse-to accept one : of the greatest challenges of"'any-. -career--the: rehabilitation of the ..St. Louis Browns. Powerful forces within the American.'league's official family were eager tb»brlng the .creator.of baseball's .farm'".system to St. Louis. They -were convinced that only a man ' of- Rickey's diverse talent could breathe ne wlife Into thi A,L.'s stepchild. While ..the .Rickey-to-Pittsburgh announcement was'^awalted. Brook Winless Wolfpack And Mentor i * Raise Ire Of Nevada Regent RENO, Nev.,' Oct. 28. (£)--The University of Nevada's winless football team and coach came under fire of a. university regent yesterday. Regent Albert Hilliard chargec that the teani was "outclassed · and semi-professional" anc that-Coach Joe-Sheeketski is "bringing disgrace to Nevada into ; club lyn . executives plunged task of running the Branch's absence. Walter new president of the club, said "board of strategy" meetings would be- held every day 'for at least a week. winless. The five starts. · Colts:'have lost all · SHADER WITH SEA1S, SAN'-FRANCISCO, Oct.' 2S.. Mickey ! Shader, 1 , -veteran. - of . big league scouting, will;Join- the San Francisco Seals as a scout, the coast league' baseball club, announced yesterday. Shader, 53,; has .been scout for the New.York Giants, the past five years. Before that;time, he was a scout for -the- Cincinnati Reds .and president of the -Reds' Tucson farm club;- . ' . Mrs. Tovrea Wins T Women's Meet Mrs. ,H. '.C. Tovrea won yesterday's. Tucson Country Club Women's -.Golf association blind holes tourney- with 25 strokes. Among the:six:blind holes, she birdied the Sth and : 12th.and toured the course In.even par. . Runner-up was Mrs. Malcolm Smith with 27' strokes. Mrs. John Hagan,:Mrs. Clyde" Flood and Mrs. Gibson Hazard were tied for third with 28..each. ; . ·· · , For the -nine-hole field, Mrs. Tyler: Barrett'was first" with 14 and Mrs..Berry Beck was second with 15, · . - . . ' and the university through advers £^ publicity.". Job Hilliard referred to,-a -recen Sport magazine's article about th university's football scholarshi program entitled'."the football co :ge that turned "pro." ' The magazine'discussed-the un versity's open; "policy, of- glvin Sl.POO athletic - scholarships t promising football' players an quoted Sneeketskt as saying, "W tnink that'no athletic departmen can get too big for Its university because no 'other 'department con tributes more to building all-aroun students.'? "This kind of statement," sal Hilliard, "comes-from a coach .wh hasn't /won a. game _ since - Jim Aiken's men left here." (Alken is Nevada's former, coach who.went t Oregon, In 1948.) Brought In Heath ; Sheefcetskl. said, Jie wished t remind the -regent that seven, o the first stringers of the 1948 team came to Nevada by encouragemen from him, including Stan Heath the nation's leading passer in. 1948 . The Wolfpack-'won nine of," its IT games in 1948 and five-out o 10'last year. · They have lost five straight this year by-an average of more-than 40 points. · Hilliard. and Sheeketski had- prevlous run-in over Sheeketskl's decision to run for "th'e board" of regents, -later abandoned, in.: an. effort'to call attention to his, program for Inclusion of the athletic department in the university, now run -separately. the Sports Events TODAY 8 p.m.--Arizona Wildcats vs. -Denver Pioneers, Interactional college football, Varsity stadium, ·East Sixth - street and North, Cherry avcnne. - TOMORROW ,-laO f.m.--Seven qnartehoraie 'and thoroughbred horge^ race*,. Rodeo" grounds, South Sixth ave-~ nne. . ' 2-nrann Satin. QHtijrti Saturday,Ev«nlnfl, Oct. 2tY GORGEOUS GUS, "eager" 500- pound Cinnamon bear who-will make his Old Pueblo wrestling debnt at the Tncson Sports center Wednesday night, received his first formal challenge from a local citizen today, .The challenger; 26-year-old Thomas E. Phelps, 153-ponnd dishwasher at the local New York cafeteria.' Phelps says he's "In shape"'and "ready to go." He thinks he can stick In the rlng'wlth the brnto (or 20 minutes and, if he makes It, he promises to contribute half- )f his $500 prize money to cbar- .ty. In.' a regularly scheduled- match on the tlirec-bont mat card, Giis will-'tangle with his traveling- opponent, Billy Fox. To Keep Post With Bucs PITTSBURGH, Oct. , 2S. (£5 -- ·Branch Rickey, the man who began looking around , for new employment In earnest today, may Join the-^Pittsburgh- Pirates--but he won't get the.general manager's Job. That's the promisa of Rickey himself and a couple of high Buc officials. .But'; the most persistent-reports still, claim the. popular baseball executive -is on his way to the Steel City. Rickey - denied rumors he will become the Pirates' new general manager. Buthe has not flatly denied he'll join the Bucs as 'assistant to Prest 1 dent ; John -Galbreath or. in ·still another capacity. Klckey .On.that subject Rickey says only: "I will not discuss my future plans with anyone at this time." Said Buc Secretary-Treasurer Tom. Johnson: · · : . · "I assume'John (Galbreath) will contact Rickey end attempt.to arrange, mutually satisfactory terms for his coming here. "I\do not know what his ca'pacitj would be. "But Roy "Hamey definitely wi' By JACK HAND NEW YORK, Oct. 28. ( don't want to be famous. I Jus want to. stack' up that old annuity,' Rocky Graziano was talking. : new Graziano .who last night barely squeaked past Welterweight Ton; Janiro of- Youngstown, Ohio, In at Madison remain as g«neral manager. Re- points 10-8 and Agnello 7-6." Judge ports that he-will go to-the-Ne-v ' " ~" ' · · - · · · - - - -- · York Yankees are completely with out foundation." Riekey is selling his Dodger stoc] to Walter O'Malley, new presiden of the Dodgers, and Mrs. John Smith, another stockholder. 'The .-fact that Galbreath of-the Pirates--a Columbus, 0, real estate mam--is' a personal friend of Rickey's, lends credence to the 7 be- ief'Rickey is on his, way to Pitts The Pirate president reportedly :ven helped arrange for the sale of Rickey's Dodger stock. Ten years ago--Tommy Harmon f .Michigan .paced the-nation's, col- ge football scorers with' 87 points five games. " Layne Is Scheduled To Box Jersey Joe NEW YORK, Oct. 28. (/F)--Rex Layne, rising young Utah heavyweight, will make his eastern bow In a 10-round bout with veteran Jersey Joe Walcott, at Madison Square Garden -Nov. 24. In facing the 36-year-old Camden, N.J., stylist, Layne will be up against his'toughest foe- to date. Layne, 'a 22 ; year-old lad, has won all.burone of his 25 fights. He was defeated by Dave Whitlock but avenged - that setback in a later clash. ' Walcott- has done 'little since seating Heiti Ten Hoff last March Germany. a 'close 10-rounder Square Garden. The rock flailed blonde Tony. Be tween savage misses he raked Janiro with- an unexpected bod; attack. He jarred his mouthpiece .oose with looping rights. Once he wrestled Tony through the ropes But he never -knocked: him .'down. , Still there seemed' to be some of the old fire missing in Graziano who used to eat welterweights .for breakfast back in the old rockabye Rocky days. Through . the , early ·ounds, young Tony made him eat eather from sharp left 'Jabs and hooks. One fellow. walking .out .of .the ·arden remarked, "You have : to- be an accountant to"; cover Graziano ights any more." HP didn't mean Hocky's out-of-town- 'fights where ie; scored f lye. straight knockouts. le .meant his Garden -scraps with T aniro. Draw last Time Last Mar. 31, Rocky and Tony ought a draw, decided on -the. vote if the referee who scored It even n rounds, 5-5,. and 10-10 in points. The rematch last night was close, too. Referee Ruby. Goldstein and Judge Joe Agnello · saw It 5-5. Goldstein", gave Graziano an edge. In Artie Schwartz found for Graziano 6-4 in rounds;- rSo it was a,unanimous ballot; but two officials had to go to Eddie Eagan's point system to break a draw. On the : 'AP. "card' it- also, was 5 with Graziano. a point winner. Graziano lost the fifth round-on all cards because of a low blow. '.What next for Graziano? ; ;Matc maker Al.'Weill 6f the Interhatlon Joxing club wants him to fight" th Nov. 10 Garden winner betwee Paddy Young and Laurent Dau mille. But before that he figh Honeychile Johnson 1 in Philade phia, Nov. 13. Janiro,, who did a fine Job agalns taziano until he tired in the. la rounds, will be in line for futur ·arden, main bouts. Closest thing to.- a knockdown came in the' final, seconds whe Rocky wrestled Tony.against th opes. They both fell across th middle strand for a second an Tony pitched through'. He was jus jetting back at the final gong bu : was no knockdown. There was n ount. Graziano, Aerial Power On Both Sides WildcatsTSope To Reverse 1949 Outcome WT; ARIZONA 1M Olaii«r 2JS Zl.m.r 174 Doninkl 215 Ullom 1M p«row JU'Djen , 133 Tom . 180 McCauley IK woiont IM'Carrlllo '· 1W Burwltx DINVER "WT_ Coopir 1f1 ·tauchamp 111 ' Ch«1 170 Hugozoa Nimnl 2M. QQrdon;22i. PtUrsjn 201 ' MII4I-171' Pf.K.r 1M Andrit 1M ·maiden* 171 By SK1BO McKAT"- Teams from the Skline Six conference have In the past few years been a permanent; fixture oh Arl-' zona's football schedules. Although never very successful against tho'se · Rocky Mountain contingents, Arizona points 'ahead to victory here ;onlght over the highly respected "orces of Denver ·university" at 8 o'clock." ' If will be the ihirdv-lntersec- 1 lonal contest '-of :he year for the host: .Wildcats, under the whip of Coach B o b I Winslow who, In his 1949 debut I with the local university; found his team on the short end of a | 20-6 outcome on breign soil. To date the Cats have been trimmed by Utah, 27-14, "which drew with he conference opposing Denver 'loneers, .14-14. Teams Hare One Win * Arizona's popularity has In- Teased with every game. Off to a slow -start in its first two clashes, bowing to West Texas State and Utah, Arizona bounced into the win column with a startling upset ver Hardin-Slmmons, lost to Tex- 5 Western by' one point and last veek suffered- Its fourth setback .gainst Colorado. Denver ; has, ^also taken, o n l y one game In six outings -- , from league member Brigham 'Young, 42- - 3, last week. D e f e a t * have c o m e : fro'm Drake, Colorado A M, Kansas, College of . th«- Pacific, and from r e p o r t » , Utah s.-second ·victim. . ' In every game thug far -Arizona, as .been faced with pass 'defense roWems. And, tonight's game will e no. exception. Denver, possesses ne of the most feared passing' attacks In the- -nation. Two -head- iners of .last year are back- and gain forming a deadly -pass-catch; · omblnatlon as. . the . National/Inter-- ollegiate figures will show. Top Aerial Attack- Quarterback Sam Etcheverry 1s- among the top five passers of the ' stUl way off in his lining 1 , weighed 158%. Janiro 153^ n the night of his 23rd birthday 'ony,,sometimes lax In.his, trainin hores, seemed to be In his best cox ition In years. - - ' · The bout, reopening/the Garden o boxing for-the fall season, drew 0,461 fans and a gate of $55,270. Lean Year For Panthers-Lose 6ih In Row To Crims Football Results - QMriU 11, Barton Coll«ii7 ·outh Carolina 34, dtorgi Wathtnaton M Pittsburgh Prosh 1C, Army P!ib»13 Wyn«burg 19. WMt'VlnlnU rich f * Uockhavin ttati 1), Ithica t a»r\n«tnJT, Hlllsdil«14 · ' ««uth ClUdil T, Frtsbylirlin'O MIsilHlpiil »outh«rn 14, ChatUnooM 11- Nswport Ntwi St, Wilson Tohra 11 Howard Ooll« 0 « ,K. Union (T.nn.) I risk I, Alabama 8Ut«TuthtraO- « «uthwut - Pratrlt Vl«o M, T««« (taU Univ. I « Mldwtst Dtlr.lt 14, Draki H Ktnt 'State M. N«rthirrrllllnIi 7 ViunoUwn 14, Nlaiara f . Kaniai WMlayan «,iC«ll* MaiAlMtirM, Hamllmt By ACE BUSHNELL It would be no great surprise to learn that Amphitheater Grid Coach MnrI McCain spent today eating steaks--with plenty of fat on them. Not a victory feast, mind yon, but an escape from his present lean existence. McCain'* north side Panthers capitulated for the sixth straight time last night and it's now off!- jlal--1950 is a long way toward being by far, the leanest year since McCain acquired the football reins at Ampht Before a meagre Tuoon high stadium crowd of Borne 1,700 or ao, i'uina'B Criminals stole everything except the goalposts as they ran the Green and White 'right off the-striped turf, 41-13. AHS roared o an, .impressive itart, registering the game's first, score in nine, minutes of the opening quarter, and it looked like the Panthers were about, to-repeat their fine mid-week practice per*" formanccs. But such was not the owe. - ' The Yumang, who , showed a Wealth of pent-up «te«m, wnfle struggling with mighty Mesa last week, 1 boiled,over ;ln»tily. after Anvplii bad .tapped'.-the. Talve. There iras.absolntpjy.ao curbing their Indefatigable right back, 149-ponnd Kay Klrby, or. their ever-obvious \vfll to ^vin. Kirby put on a sensational exhibition of broken field running and, when he wasn't operating, Quarterback Bflly Montana spiced the tilt with accurate aerials and. left ffnlf Bob Araza added some extra-spedal bursts through the porous Amphl line. This devastating combination, which presented the Crims with their third triumph against three defeats, not only gave Amphi another painful lacing, but it left McCain with a current four-year AHS record of 18 irins, 15 set. backs ana,three ties. Amphi has three more'engagements this season. A ..500 mark for McCain is in the offing.-" And that isn't aH JTmna left It left Panther Center Lynn Clairson with a mild concussion as the spirited lightweight -was soundly decked whfle, trjdng/to" -stop a brUliant 84-yard touch-' doTvh -romp by - you-know-who, Mr. Kirby. ' (JlcCain's sole" consolation: He' only has four seniors- on his'starting eleven.) *'"?' - ""l AJter'the i«ncomiter ,'dim Mentor · v Jlm^Moore,'ihappy--over;- his boys' best tftorf.of theicam.'" palgn. singled ont^two. otT^hi*,- Al ft-Briem M4 S»re Bei-man, for their credjtable front wall pJay in support of-the 1 high- geared attack. McCain admitted , -GAME'STATISTICS.. Amphitheater' . Yum* · * F[ret Downi ' 135 ,, Yards Gained ' Ruihlng. ' 17 65. Yarda Loir Rushing - : 75 - Yards"Gained. Pawing t 1« Panel Attempted , 1 * Pataea Completed ' - 1 ~ Pasua Intercepted b y . . . : -, 'Ytrdi Gained'by Pa»'Intsv 2 5 - Number of Punta. " " ; /34 Puntfng Average 10 0 Opponenti' Punta Blocked 0 .0 Blocked Punti Recovered,.-, B . Yardt Gained -JPUKI. Return! 121 37 " Averagi-~Yardt, on*Kickoffe 65 Yards Gained -KIckoff Returns t5 Numbir ofpumblii ^4 Own Fumble* Recover|-rf ^ 3 1 ' Opponent*' Fumble* Ricovarld 1 5 , Numbir -of Penalties * ' 45 Yarda Lott'on Pen.ltlei .* .. 20-Yard P'initr«tl«ni'*~ r he wag happy;aboat nothing, Jor, his* line was butmshed and his hackfleld bottled np; most oflth«. evening.' ~^ ' '\ - -"- , ; - H*e most bare -:enj6yel*last| nlght'g llrsf period,; though,. It *wa» perhaps the high-point of the; Amphi season. The.JPinthers'reai- ; r :. . ' Af teril'nto« f. had . re turned: th« ; openikgTtfckoH'to'ltirown M.andi ' fumbling r fe» local .lorthiiders took over and countered with a beautiful 80-yard march that car- jtted them to pay dirt, Amphl Quarterback Fred Schnh passed 23 .yards to' Lett Halfback Chuck 'Williams-to get the Pan-, thers to their own 40. Williams contributed a pretty 49-yard dash around right end'to the Ynma 28.- Then, after two · quarterback sneaks and a six-yard jaunt by- Bight Hall Dick* Poe,vWllliams (diced over his right tackle, from 10 yards out and tallied.' Pete, Binhlmnn's conversion was good.' The tide hegan-to turn fast on the next-to-last. play of the first stanza. Schmh fumbled on Ynma's*44 and Crlm Andy Lopez- pounced,'on' the t -leather. Two. penalties set the Hooremcn back on their XI, but'an, Amphi pass interference-·brought 1 them out' -again to their 43.* Then th«y com- menced.tp rolL, ~^, \ ,,-*** Beserve Quarterback Back Gib-, son and^JMontana each passed, 'once'to^get Yuma ..to Amphi's 29;from which :jnart'Araia. needed- Just two'tries't%go over. The sec-' ond was, a/aa-yardfblast over left: tackle "and" Won tana was ready 'to ^ notma^crV- ivithjrai ·c.-rtrn-"pol»t« rt^^^^^-*^-^^ ~, · "^^" ^ -"~^-~~ The Panthers appearcl rattled. , now and the Crims seemed con- fldent-'Ynma haid its'second score a minute and a half later. - Amphl let the kickofl bounce through its. entire team-and was in a hole on its own 12. It couldn't pick Tip yardage, so Schnh punted to;KIrby on?the AHS 4i,nnd.the little speed 1 merchant whipped to the Panther 20., The locals were' .penalized for holding on the-play and, carrying from the 13,~Yuma Fullback Carl Taylor went across for six more points, .. rThe^Tlslfors'made it 20-7 -before - hafltlme when--they- again* cor- neredAmphI'deep in Ite own territory and forced Schnh to hoot. Kirby returned the ball- to th« Panther' 34 and, moments later, 1 ' Montana passed .to Araza'in the right-flat for a 24-yard JCD move,. Kirby broke the Panthers' collective back three minutes after the , third period began. Taking a'Schnh punt on his oii-n-10, he- rig-iagged neatly down the right sWe*-\ot -the gridiron, wonld-be tackier* flipping off his less, and 1 ate up 84 jardrto wore."Caaw3on- vras injured in the jirtwcss. '' An exchange o'f iantii~followe^i. ·and," with Am'^ht^ia^thfsli^doR'. ceired a bad-pas* fron}*{^awion'f center replacement, Bill Little, and'Xnma recovered the ensuing fumble on 'the AHS 24. A Montana to Bob DeLintt toss quickly raised the tally to 32-T. Schnh ''Was 'getting his lumps · at thls-Junctnre. OA the first play after Ynma's ' kickoff, he ' was thrown back 10 yards during, a. pass attempt- and- the Crims garnere4-a~safety. s ~ t The' Ynma reserves' 'came in' and Amphi came to life. "Soon : after gaining possession of "the pigsldn ·'again, on the' AHS '30, Schnh passed-twice to'Poe, once" for 15 yards and once for. 30, and the ball rested onfthe-Ynma 12. Schuh .run two times '«nd got to the two befcire Fullback Danny' Bryant; who was often"quite. ef- ,ftctive,last night, -powered 'orer. .early inHhe'fimal quarter Jor the last Panther TAX · . . - - - · , The Criminals didnt care much. for this development, so thejreg-- ulars -re-entered/ the., g«me_ % «nd- got that-Jtouchdown-b«cfc In, two 1 * plays Wmjthe Inma II-- ^ one m 35-yafd aerial from 'Glbsoav to Bight- End Mel 8(»hl and the other a nlf ty ; 3*y»rd' off^ackle' re§lBf« tfognm Christiansen. and his ace receiver, Left E n d G o r d o n Cooper, is" equally as high. Both established . con- iference records4n their respective skills last season. On the othec- hand, Arizona Is also' the pride "'of a top-flight com-' Wne · " ° f similar . tactics. Quarter-back -Bruce McCauley has peoven to be an- accurate aerial artist with long and short throws maintaining a hfgh percentage 1 of completions to Left" End Bill' 1 Glazier, being. groomed' as an all-Border conference player. " · · , To those Wildcats of last year who are back, Left Half Hal Pfel- fer Is a -runner who deserves re 5 membrance of his performance- against Arizona. In that 20-6 margin, Pfeif er " tallied' three touchdowns to make him "a marked man in this game. For *the past two games,- Pfeifer has been absent from -action, but, according to his coaches, will be physically ready to continue Tils prowess here.' Donarskt, Matocfc 0. K. " Coach admitting respect 'or the opponents^ and' their coach- ng staff, is. con- Ident tlrat two of his leading f o r w a r d wall men will be in fit condition tonight. All week q has g i v e n uard-Jlm Don^ srski and Tackle Bob Matock long Donarski periods of rest during- e*ch prae- ice session. As result "he^ has named them again to the starting berths. ' ' . - . · · Arizona Left.Half Kddle-'Wol- is considered as the only ocal back, - capable · of " gaining; r ard for yard on, the ground | with, 'felfer.. The 165-po'und-- state: pro- duct Is a steady, five-yard average ; runner per game 'and -currently, has an overall^average, of over.sir. yards "each' carry this'year." Denver's 264-pcund-,. Sam, Goldring; tackle, and 240-pound".'Shelly r ?ike/-tackle, bolster, the- defensive^ iie-and are^responslble' for'a; 216- wund Xront M wall, 12 pounds; over iat; of .Arizona t which holds. jtn ; dvantage N on * offense by -eight ibunds.* , *,, Knot-Hole'Gang-vembers wer*' urged today^by Director,-CbWc. Hawkins-to -bunille'np.in w»rm clothes for tonight's AriEoiui- , ] l l . g a i j i e ln.V«r«ltT ftadltunr Tempt rat«r*s,Bi»y^ well', fall as low.u they .did lact ere- · Bin* .he . waned. ,:Th« Jtoot-'

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