Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 28, 1950 · Page 9
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Saturday, October 28, 1950
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BADGERS MAULED BY MESA MACHINE. 41 -13 Beasley, Torrid Jack Fullback, Sparks Never-Iii-Doubt Victory B y J I M LINDSEJT. . . . ' MESA,'Oct. 28.--Football games will come and football games will go, but it will be many a moon before the' Tucson high football scene is any darker than it-is today. While^in Mesa last night, .the Badgers ran smack'against,rock-solid defense and a devastating ground attack in' meeting the Mesa Jackrabblts and returned - · - , - , home ' holding' an empty hunting plays for the TD that raised_ the bag. plus a 41-13 defeat. ~ " * Also serving -to darken the TH5 picture Is night at the game Phoenix next Friday against the Powerful Phoenix Union 'Coyotes. Although beaten 20-13 by the Jackrabbits, the Coyotes are rated by many' observers as a contingent, equally as strong, If not more so; than last night's Badger opponents, the Mesa attack was HalK Don Beasley. Composing touch was added by Garcia for a the defense was a line averaging 41-6-score. 213 pounds and a fleet of backs that oftentimes seemed to appear from nowhere as they converged . on possible THS pass receivers and halt the 'Mesa..attack - ·*«"'*i"inti» exception,:of .once in puc u up the few runners iortunate '' enough to slip through their front line of defense. ;·· ' - Can't^Bo-Stoppcu . : "- : Although- all the elements of 'a Si ^^ clash, from the good to the bad, were in evidence, last evening, bv far the .outstanding football feat Hvas turned" 'in by the elusive 'Beasley.' The" first two times -th Halfback'laid :his hands on therpig went all the -way ;for touch ..,...^o...rst'Was a-dash of 3S yards ^is second one of 68..- It might b ·Interesting, to"note that both of hi couht.'to 34-8. Quarterback Edcffe Harmon's pass to'End John Allen netted 36 yards and the touchdown. Garcia missed his only boot at this point. ' "With Tucson -.reaching its lowest ebb "midway In the,third period, Halfback "Wllllfe-Harris, who was the No. 2 man In,-the Rabbits' backfield .array., picked up QB Dnn Caid's fumble to dash- 42 'yards for *e runnTng "es"capades of his team's final marker. The last Halted By Fourth It was in the final stages" of tire third quarter before Tucson could WJth the the second stanza, every time the Jacks gained control. : . of the ball over for a score.' Mesa they pushed i'downs; TUCSON . 11 -141 QAME STATISTICS .74 '11 4 3 Firit Down'. ' Y«rd« Gained Ruining Yards Lost Ruihlng Yards Qllned Panlna Pants Attempted Panel Completed PIIIM Intercepted By Number o( Punti . Punting Averagt Punts Blocked Yards Gained Punti R«t'jrn«d . Number of Fumbles Own FumbUi Recovered Oppeneht's Fumbles Recovered . Yards Ue-it Penalties- --'_ MES 1 30 'cavortlngs sent him over -the Tuc son left tackle, from where he reversed his field to go all the -way with · terrific downf ield ^ blockin Issuing the way. ,· . · . '·· But this was not the, r extent -fi the shifty back's, performance,; a he also scored his team s third, ;,rp on a dash around end from -^ yards out. ". " : . '"·;'. Tucson received the. openin; .Icickoff on its own 10 and in'th runback, plus a series of,. thre plays, moved the -ball to its 40-yarc s before Fullback Bill Worth ington fumbled to relinquish.. th ball to the Jacks.- One play move them up to two yards, f«m,vrher Beasley took the handof.' for hi first tally. Rudy .Garcia made th first of five conversions this tilp. ""'" ' Only. THS Trlve : Again Tucson took the kickoff but this time the Badgers dldn "bestow on themselves any mishap as they put on their only show of true football ability to march 72 yards pay dirt. in a sustained drive to ^ ,,.,... With Bill Codd master minding the push, the whole of the Badger backfield exchanged turn? In moving the ball down field · With Worthington setting the. bal · on the Mesa one-foot line, Gus Amado capped the charge by diving over for the score. The try for the extra point was-blocked and ·the count stood ··at: 7-6. /·".'.' This was as close as the Badgers ever came to the rampaging' Rabbits.' On the first play after:the kickoff, Beasley. romped for...his second six points from the Mesa 32. Again Garcia converted fpr the point-after-touchdown. This ended the first period scoring. It was halfway' In the second ' stanza before , Mesa and Beasley again hit pay'dirt. Craig Drachmae's fourth down boot set- the ball on the Mesa 27. Eight, .plays were needed by the Jackrabbits to place the ball-on the Tucson 21. From here, Beasley raced around left end for touchdown No. 3; Garcia's third try for.the extra, point was successful and the score stood at 21-6. 28-6 At Halftimc . ' A s if to show that the Mesa line was good for something else other than to block for the touchdown .plays of Beasley, Guard Kent Mullenaux took a deflected Badger pass from inside the Tucson 10- yard marker and pranced across for the fourth Mesa touchdown with only seconds remaining in the second .quarter. \ Sure-footed . Garcia made his fourth point, with I a kick between the crossbars for ; the 2S-6 halftone score, ; 'Although . Tucson made .'eight 'first downs, .compared to Mesa's ;.riine in the first half, Mesa ate'.up ;-"210 yards, while the losers could '.'.only bite off 131. ; ..The Jacks did not cool off with ';theii' halftime rest, for. with you[know-who '. (Beasley) leading the ; way,, they moved 84 yards in five did not enter the scoring picture the .'final quarter as the ;wo foes fought on;-equal terms. Both squads .were composed large- of second .stringers' by -this time. It was the Badgers who, with seconds remaining,, tried, a desperation: pass; with '.Don Snyder on" the'' throwing; end and Art. Lo-; pez on the receiving end,for. a 68- yard -play to-." the Mesa one-foot line. As time Tan 1 , out, Dick "· Ford took a ..handoff over .--center' for Tucson's second touchdown, .Sam Kavathas' 'footed the ..thirteenth point. For .those. who : have trouble visualizing' the work of Beasley, it; would do well to,remember" the former Mesa' great, Whizzer .White, who is currently leading the Cation In 1 rushing for Tempe. Beasley's first half performance was every bit as s;ood as.the Whizzer's former-high school/play.. '-- ·.' The crowd of 6,500 was capably entertained by. the Mesa band and 113-glrl marching squad in pre- game ceremonies and the Tucson - - J during Dfetttfi On Korean Battlefield fcj For JFfero O/ Army Grid Clubs »/ · ST. LOUIS, Oct. 28. (?)--Lt. .Torn Lombardo, captain of Army's 1944 national collegiate championship football team, has been'killed in action-, in- Korea; His death occurred on Sept. -24, but the news'did not Teach his family' 'from. Washington-'until 'last night. * T - J -'-- : ~ I - -·- ^-^^~ BEAUTIFUL CATCH of Quarterback Eddie Harmon's long pass by towering Left End John Allen gives Mesa its first touchdown of the second half during last 'night's 41-13 rout of Tucson. % Play covered 36 yards, with Badger Bill Worthington looking vainly at Allen'g heels. big George Mlkan lasr night was just another member of the cast. The' National 'Basketball association champions won" their third straight All-Star decision," 61-54, from a determined bunch of collegians before 19,219 at the Chicago however, contributed MUSTANGS BLAST DONS; HOOVER DEFEATS CARDS "By United Press Arizona prep football fans were singing the praises .today of the best crop of. prep- school backs to show in the Copper State in any single season.. At North Phoenix, the faithful and newcomer alike, will bend any ear with, the abilities of the start- :ng Mustang backfield which was .nstrumental in pacing the NPHS .ads to a wide-open-4S to..28 victory over- heretofore undefeated Santa Barbara.-: · And over at Mesa they'll tell you that "you ain't seen nothing yet till you take a peak at Don Beas- Unknowns Win 18-6 Over Dunbar Team :The', Roskruge Unknowns moved another notch.toward the top'of the Southern B league yesterday when they overpowered the Dunbar Bulles l'S-6. The Bullets put up a game battle ar.d.tied the score in the 'second period, but could not mainta'iiTth'e' pace. " ' ; . . " The Roskruge, club scored first in the'second period on a 20-yard pass from' 'Mike'- Canez to Rene Almazan and the Bullets knotted the count a. few-minutes later as Leroy.Dys'on reele'd off a 40-yard scoring ' jaunt. The' Unknowns fought back, and took -the lead in the same quarter'on a-12-yard pass Iroiri Ernest BernaJ to Mariano Pacho. Canez · heaved another .ouchdown pass to Eddie Baron in the final period to give the Un- vriowns a commanding lead., In Northern B loop play, an 1m- jressive and assorted array of jacks and ends paced the Roskruge Rarick. Indians to a 33-14 victory jver the Roskruge Jackrabbits. The riumph enabled the Indians to close he gap between them and the lead- ng Mansfeld Blue Devils to cne- lalf game.: Dunbar's Junior Eagles defeate the - Mansfeld Hornets 12-0 to sta n the'D league race. James Wasl ngton -was the big gun for th Eagles, as he ran for touchdowns 1 he first and third periods. In the C league, the'twice-tie ^afford Daredevils kept alive the! ille.hopes with a 6-0 win over th tonsfeld Firebugs. Ramon Badill ook a 25-yard' pass from Alber Paddy" Astorga for the touch lown. At Catalina,. the ' home team Cougars and the visiting Roskrug ^ail Pullers battled to,a 6-6 tie. Th 'ullers went 'ahead iti the firs quarter on-a 72-yard pass plaj ;niith Minarik tossed an eight" yar iass to Rene -Zamorano-who race nother 64" yards to the end zone 'he Cougars'Tacked up their touch ,own--at the opening, of the secoh alf when Larry' Bacchus took hbrt Roskruge klclcoff-and ga oped-44 yards to score. ..'-MONDAY .' Muntftld R«d ' Devlli · vi. , Rotkrugi Wolv« »t M«n«»«ld: Minifeld Flr«bu B : Safford Wlldkltteni' «t E«it :E«ole Safford P«nth«n vi. $»fford D»r»djviU mt West Elgin; Ro«kruc« ,Mid»et« Roskrugi Puppy TilfPulltPt «t D.Ann Dunbar Cobrat VI. Rmkrua« Rock«t« »t Uttv.n; sC«Ul!ni C»u»tri .vi. C»Uljn« Rimi it Otal^na. Action! Atiion! Actionl QOARTERHORSE THOROBRED HORSE RACING OCTOBER 29TH Post Time 1:30 P.M. PIMA COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS mental-in "the Jackrabbits' 41 to 13 win .over Tucson. . . ."..--. North Plioenix' victory was; the first 'scored by an Arizona'team over the perennially rough. Dons since they first showed, hereabouts early in - the '30s:'... Coach Tom Brack's lads flashed a'well-balanced ground-'and aerial attack which had Santa" Barbara off balance--particularly so in the fatal third period when ' Phoenix scored thrice. 'Curtis Lee, · with, touchdown- jaunts, of 74 and, 53- yards, turned on 1 speed reminiscent of the . Wilford;-" (Whizzer) White ; of high school" .days; tee even wore the Whizzer's famed number 33.-While Lee was tak-lng the low road to advantage, ' teammate and Mustang Quarter Jerry Gotlieb was on the high road with a beautiful passing game which resulted in four touchdowns. Beasley, scored three Mesa TDs with dashes of 38, 6S and 21 yards and had the stands in a .frenzy. While 1 North Phoenix was. upholding Arizona's -\vell-established prestige against California opponents, little Glendale ran into" more than it could handle, in -Hoover high of : San Diego. The Cards dropped the game played in the coast city 30 to 6 for Arizona's first loss| of the year to a California, club. Hloh School Result! Last Might's Scores Me'sa 41, Tucson 13 , ; 'iuma 41, Amphitheater 13 . fKrth Phoenix 48, Santa Barbara (Calif.! 23 - · Douglas 13, Cathedral (El P»»o) 7 West Phoenix 25, Tempe 7 Hoover of San Diego 30,.Glendale « Kingman 6, Williams 0, - Jerome 13, Round Valley T St. Johns 28. Holbroolc 0 'Scottldlle 40, AJo 13 Bljbee-27, Sofford:20 Flagstaff 43, Snowflake 14 , Globe 16, Thatcher 13 Phoenix Tech 25, Carver 20 Tolleion .13,. Peoria 7 Ca»a Grande 42, Coolldoe 14 . . Lltchfield Park 27, Phoenix Indian School 19 ' ^ Clifton 22, MorencJ 8 . Superior 12, Florence 6 McN^ry 13, Wlnslow B 0 Chandler. 3J, Bucksyc 19 , Six-Man Football Tombstone 28, .Pmtajonia 24 WIckenburfl 54, Baadad 6 .-St. David 35, Valley Union 10 Negro Ban Ended At Texas School HOUSTON, Tex., Oct. 28. (#·) -Texas Western, college football teams no longer will have to worry about the "racial" angle in scheduling games with out-of- state colleges. · " ' . - ' ' In a significant .ruling yesterday, the University of Texas board of regents lifted a ban. against Negro footoall playera competing against white students at Ridd field, El Paso. The El Paso Chamber of Com-- merce had petitioned for abolition of the .segregation rule 'alter. Loyola of Log Angeles cancelled a game ivith ! -tbe Miners because the Californians could not use Negro pl»y.ers r ' - , . Regents voted, 6 to .3, to remove the racial barrier, holding that Tixas Western play«d most,Jy onlof-state teams. .· The ruling did 'not affect numerous other colleges in the state education system, including the. University of Texas, North Texas State, Sol Ro?s, East Texas Statn, Stephen F.'' Austin, Southwest Texas State Teachers, Lamar college, : West ; Texas State,' Texas Tech, Sam Houston State and Texas AI. . ' - EUU?tt titurdiy Evtnln'g,; Oct. M.-1850 Lakers Win Over All-Star Cagers · CHICAGO,,Oct. 28., (; Star basketball game Minneapolis Lakers' --The Ail- still is show, No .details were immediately available. . . Lombardo first played on 'jthe 1942 Army, team, which switched from the single wing to ^formation, .He was a quarterback and reached his peak in 3944 when .he directed, the famous Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard on .plays that led Army to' nine straight, one- sided ,victories. The 59-0 rout of Notre Dame stunned grid fans throughout the world. Many at first the but stadium. ·Mikan,' only 14 points, a far cry from the record-31 he'tallied in last year's 94-SG Laker win .over the All-Stars, The'Laker point-leader was flitting Jim Pollard, who bagged IT.' Snead Top Choice I n N S Tourney . PINEHURST,;N.C., Oct. 23. (U.R)-- Defending Champion S a m m y Snead, the year's' top. money win ner .in pro golf, ranked as the natural favorite today as the nation's" top swingers warmed up for the .Tuesday tee-off of the 48th North · South . Invitation Open golf championship. · The S7.500 tournament will, run four days for the.first time in its long history at this lush southern resort town. · · - . . · · , Qualif3'lng rounds for golfers not on 'the Invitation list open Monday. Entries for the qualifying round closed at 6 p.m. 1 today. refused to-believe it.. Survived by his'widow and two children,':Lombardo -had..been in Korea since early August with the Second Division. ., LomDardo is the second athlete to die in the Korean war. On-'Aug. 13, the Army's . 1950 .heavyweight boxing champion--Cpl. Lev! Jackson, Ji'. of Philadelphia--was -killed near Haman in an attempt to rescue two wounded men. non-starters in to- wlll be Halfback PUBLIC RECORDS TUCSON BLUEPRINT CO. 40 W Congrc« Fifteen years .ago--According to official figures, 'Gerald Walker of Detroit led the big leagues in pinch hitting with a .462 mark. 1450 · · · · MORTGAGES Low Cost -- Quick Service lAtt inmranct money and pri- ratr funds to purchase, bbild or refinance.' Residential and com merciaL Conventional or P.fLA loani. Metropolitan Really Co. ! · Ask for Mr. Grady 25Z3 E. Broadway Dial 5-2242' For EAJC Mentor THATCHER, Oct.-28.--Coach Joe Peggs is faced with a shortage of football -manpower'as ,liis- Eastern ArizonaMonsters take on the Trinidad- men of Troy from Colorado here tonight. Among the' night's game Chuck Hopkins, who has accounted for nine of the host team's touphdowns' to 1 date, -and even- -with two, games lost'he has averaged over six yards pec carry. Besides Hopkins, Bob 'Goodwin and Gerald Wester, .both.- starting guards from Tucson, will uee .little If any action. Goodwin was injured two weeks ago and Wester received a neck Jnjury in the Las Vegas game.-last week. Center Bob-Hunter ; falle'd.to suit up for practice this week due to a recent, injury, but Coach'-Peggs is hoping he will be ready for this game. Th'e Trinidad squad is carrying two highJy touted backs. 'Bob Menardi, opening at quarterback, is recognized as. a good punter, a capable -passer.: and.-dangerous ball carrier. 'Added, to "tlie ; speed and deception of Menardi, are the. talents of,. Jim Williamson, .former All-State: back from Ohorkic, N.C. Two Sets Of Twin* In TCU-Miss., Com* MEMPHIS, Oct. 28. U.R--low 'can torn op-cold 8ober ; «nd,»tlli ' 'sec double at today'* Texas ChrliK tl,-uj-Mis8issli))i football game. · TCtJ will, use Identical twin, Bob and Bill- Moorman, both of wbom play end on offense and defense. Ole Miss will play Identical twins Dave and Jim Salley, x«- · tensive left and .right halfback*. The Southwcsterncrs alternate the Moorroang at left and right end. AVIth Bob, it's just the opposition^ Ob, yos! On 1 passes, the Sailer* will cover the Moormans. YELLOW CAB 2-8811 1450 . . . 1450 1450 1450 1450 LATE FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD " 11:15 -- 11:30 EVERY SATURDAY MTE on Tempo Rendezvous Presented by SEAT COVER KING KOPO 1450 ... 1450 ... 1450 1450 1450 1450 R A D I O D I A L KVOA--1290 NBC KCNA--1340 ABC SATURDAY NIGHT KTDC--1400 ACTUAL KOPO--1450 CBS KTKT--14M LBS ' Marks · FEDERAL EMPLOYEES LEAQUI (Old. Pueolo Centre) . Don. Bell and Leroy Fulmer shartd hardwood .honors .last night.-. Bell .rolled " Lynn high Tonight's Schedul* · PKoenix Union vj. St. Msry'«-(Cli« A) Duncin vi. Miami (Clan B) · J.G. "George" Kime REAL ESTATE AND: " APPRAISALS ·;: Sp.Tears In Real Estate - ·' .-Business-In Inetoii'··'·-·:. I097E. Lowell Ph; 4-0964 . . a 234 high .individual oame ,-and". bowled ·« 623 hish Individual ,ieriei. ' Radro copped-tcam 1 laurals,-lnctudin game of 926 and hijh series of 2,628. . In. league .play Leo's. Auto^ Supply captured four ifrom" Gay 90 Dining Room; Pitt'i- Jewtlerc grabbed two .from Lantern Buffet; Cay 90's took two from Al'i stone Avenu« .Market:- und Lynn. 'Radio Service got'two from L A L Drive In.-;^ -Standings:' . - - - VV Qay M's-.; .-.'..-; ....... ...!..,.... 22 Al'» : Stone" Ave. Market .:..,. 20^ Lto'j Auto- Supply ..,,...-"... i g Pitt'i. Jewelers ........,..'..... 17 Gsy 90'a Dinino .Room .,:.....' 15 Lynn Radio "Service ..,,,,.... 14 . Lantern Buffet ', .,t ....... ....'... "12 L i. L Drive Inn ...... "....-. 3 1 MERCHANTS-LEAGUE (Old Pueblo Centre) . - - . While Dale's Auto Repair . was moving"f.-ir' out In front in the. loop with a resounding 4-0 win over - A m e s ServlCf, three'bowlen were bu»y deadlocking at 202 for high individual game -honors. The lead- Ing maple- topplen -- D. Crance, Ted. Gould and J. Rugotska. Bob Togle's JM was good for hlen Individual seriei. ' In other match play, South Stone Barber Shop, Kaiser Electric and . Hoitetter Paint each took three from 'Pennington-ChurcH Auto Park, Sundt Conitructlon and De«rt Drive-Inn, respectively. Sundt ported high team game of 903 and Kalitr recorded high team series of 2,675. Standings: Dale's Auto Repair Pennlngton-Church ( Oesert Drive- Inn* ......... Sundt Construction .'. Hortetter Paint Ames Service ....... ..... Kslier Electric South Stone Barber Shop ( Park 25 17 .16 GRAND CENTRAL TIME Da8y, 5:301« 6:00 pm 134O On Yowr Diaf 0:33 CM« Dslley" , 0:30 Hedda Hopper t'.ts Hedda Hopper Sportsman · Here'i To Veteram Know Your tJN Take to tht Air October 28,-UM 7:15 HI! Parad. Paradt 7!4» Dennis Day Hevlcwing Stand Reviewing Stand Sports Roundup Sam Hayes-Newi Playroom Playroom Football Scoreboard Gene Autry GeneAutry Hopalong Caaaldy Hopaloai Cauldy 8:00 Judy Canova «:15 Judy Canova 8:30 Grind Old Opry t:4» Grand Old Opry Army · Air Force . Gam Biuterf Army Air Forca-BrovmGann 8u5ter« T- i , . r - Hawaii Calla . . . My Favorite Huiband Lniv. of Ariz, vs. Denver- Unlv.-of .Ariz, v,; Denver 1« Favorite Husband Mtulc for . Music for Dlnm« Sunset Screnad* Fiesta Time fltoo Jazz Parade . 8:1! Jazz Parade 8:30 Guy Lombardo' 8:« Guy Lombardo Univ. of Ai-lz. vs. Denver Univ. ol Ariz. v». Denver" Sing It A«aln Univ. of .Ariz. vs. Denver Univ. of Ariz. v,. Denver Sins It A^aS Unlv of Ariz, vs. Denver - Sing It _Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denver Sing It Flcita Time Fiesta Tlm« Fiesta Time Football Warmuj Unlv. of-Ariz, vs, Denve Unlv. of Ariz, vs. Den- U.-ilv. of Ariz. vc.-Dcn.ve Unlv. of Unlv of Ariz. vs. Ecnvc Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denve Univ, of Ariz. vs.-Denve. L"s. Denver' Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denver Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denver ·Unlv. of Ariz. v«. Denver Vaughn Monroe'i Show Vaugnn Monrc«'i Show Itcf. 103-Muslc Oscai Dumoni Orcb Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denver : " Unlv. of Ariz. vs. Denvtr'"- Univ. of Ariz. vj. Denvir Unlv. of Ark. vi. Denver ^ Unlv. of Ariz,TM, Denv«r-.' Unlv. o! Ariz. v«. Denver '' Univ. of Ariz, vi. Denver . 10:15 Trailer Tlmi · 10:30 Music in the Night 10:45 Hotel Clarldg*.Orcb. Topi In Sporla Jazzoand Ball Jazzband Ball 11:00 Strldtly Collegiate 11:14 Strictly Collegiate 11:30 Strictly CollerlaU News- . Dance Oreh, , ' Buddy. Moreno Orch. Buddy Moreno Och. Janband BaU Jazzband BnJl Vazzband Ball - Jazzhand Ball Silver, Kocturne- Silver Nocturne ' Silver Nocturne National' Guard .News-Alan Holnrs Orch, - Scoreboard -- . · ,-··- AltnHolinsOrch.! ..- Ray Anthony'a.Orch. f Artznnii Uancehana» · ' "E|. Victoria Remote Requestfully, Voun ,.EI Victoria Remote Sign Off Sign O f t . .. Tempo Rendezvous Tempo" Aendezvoue -rcmpo Rendezvous Tempo ReQaervoui Danco 6and Dance Band: Dance Bajid Danc«;Band · · SUNDAY MORAtS Music on Moonbeam* Music on Moonbeanu Music on Moonbeam* Music on" Moonbeam* ." News-?! All Night Partr October 29, 19J» 3:53 KVOA Go All K'lrtt 5:00 U Hora McxJcana KT All Night Party KTt 1:15 La Hora Mtxlcan. 1:30 La Hora Meidcana «:! La Hora Mexican! U-DRIVE CURTIS W. RICE Republican for SHERIFF STAN NORMAN 7:00 Melodlaa Latln«» 7:15 Melodias Latinai 7:30 Melodias Latlnai 7:« Melodla. Utlnai Duity'i Hltcnto' Dusty'i Hitchln- Dusty's Hitchln' Dusty'i Hitchln Tarm Hour Farm Hour Farm Hour Farm Hcur KT All Nlshl Party KT All Nlsnl P«rty, KT All Nighi PartF KT Ail Night Party 1:00 Mclodl« Lattn.i 1:15 Melodias Latlnas 8:30 Good News Hour 1:45 Good News Hour Port Post Post Post Newi . Billboard of Hits Billboard' of Hil» Billboard of Hits £1 Despdrtador El Despertador,' El Oespertsdor E] Dcspertaaor Old Pueblo Hour Old Prieblo Hour Old Pueblo Hour Ua Mlsion Luteran* Ncwi-At the Consolt At the Console Music In the Air. Music in the Air 0:00 Ernie Lee 8:13 Christian Science - , 9:30 Voice of Prophecy 0:45 Vole* of Prophecy BillboardVof 'Hits Billboard of Hits Billboard of Hits . ·Sunday Quarterback Newi .- \ - · CM Pueblo Hour « Minutee from B'w.j Old Pueolo Hour 45 Minute* from Sway Old Pueblo Hour 45Minutes from B'way Old Pueblo, aour Hits and Encores Wings of Healing Hits and Encores wings of Heal ln« 10:00 News* · 10:15 Commander Scon 10:30 Eternal Llfht 10:« Eternal Lisht Hits and Encores Hits and Encores Salt Lake Tabernacle Salt Lake Tabernacle Polish Polka Time Polish PoLca Time PoUsb Polia. Time Polish Polka Time Sunday In · Tucsoa Sunday In Tucson ·· Time for Funnies Time for Funnies Fiesla Time Fiesta Time Fiesta Time Fiesta Time . 11.00 Jewish Program ' -Jewish Program 11:30 Jewish Program 11:45 Jewish Program Bibl« Class Bible Cless~ ' Frank and Ernest Rhapsody In.Brass Latln-Amer Hit Parade Latin-Amer Hit Parade Latln-Amer HIT Parade Latin.Anoer Hi I Parade News · . ' - · First Southern Baptist First Southern Bs'ptist. Quizplration ^ Glenn Hardy American Warblers Tucson Churches - Tucson Churches SUNDAJ AFTERNOON N. Y. Philharmonic N. Y. Philharmonic N. Y. Philharmonic N. V. Philharmonic Jewish Family Hour Jewish Family : Hour Jewish Family (Hour Jewish Family Hour · Fiesta Time Fiesta Time News , . · Gridiron Gayetles 12:00 Catholic Hour 12:15 Catholic Hour 12:30 Voices and Events 12:45 Voices «nd Events 1:00 AisIgrJnen'i Tucson ~ 1:15 Assign men* Tucson 1:30 Qui? K,;di 1:43 Quit. Kids a.-OO ThTFa!,:on 2:15: The Fsl-on 2:30 The Saliit, 2:45 The^Salnl _^^^^ 3:00 The Big" Guy 3:15 The Big:Guy 3:30 Charlie .Wild 3:45 Charlie .Wild This Week Around World Back to God . -· N.V. Philharmonic This Week Around World Back to Cod . N. Y. Philharmonic Piano Playhouse Howard l?yle. Symphoncltc Piano Playhouse Radio Canaries SymphoneUe Mexican Hit Parade Mexican Hit Parade Ftas Arts Quartet Fine Arts Quartet Old Fashioned Revival Old Fashioned Revival Old Fashioned Revivil Old Fashioned Revival" Arizona News Bill Cunningham Siesta Time ·Siesta Time Hashknife Hartley Martin Kane Martin Kane Lu-thtrari Hour Lulieran Hour Sammy : Kaye Sammy Kaye The Shadow The Shadow True Detective True Detective Listening for Ladles Listening for Ladies Listening for Ladies Listening ior Ladles Sunday Matinee Sunday Matinee GoUfrcy Digest Godfrey Digest "~Met\ Frank. Sinatra Meet Frank Sinatra Meet Frank Sinatra Meet Frank Sinatra. Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bear* Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears "Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears. Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears Yankees vs. Bears Yankrtis vs. Bears Lions vs. L. A. Rma Lions vs. Li A. Riuns Lions vs. I*. A. Rams . Lions vs, L, A. Rams- 4:00 The Quick and tie Dead. Mr President Roy Rogers News-Capitol Caravan Lions vs..L, A. Rams FOOTBALL TONIGHT expensive you think DRIVE -0183 , ARIZONA ' DENVER 7:45 P.M. Brought to i'on by the Bakers of pickup Deliver K T U 4.15 The Quick, and the Dead , Mr President R 0 y Rogers 4:30 The Quick and the;Dead Old Times On Parade Nick Carter .4:43 The Quick and the Dead -old Tiroes .On Parade Nick Carter 5:00.'The' Quick and the Dead U of A Concert Ray Block Show 3:13 The Qulclc and the Dead U ol A Concert Ray (Slock Show 5:30 Harris Fay* Music Peter Salem S:43 Harris It Faye " Music ' Peter Salem Ret. J03-Hov;ard Pyle.- Lions vs. L, A. Rams . 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