NATIONAL GRID HONORS STILL AT STAKE Boston Toast Of United Press As Jethroe, Dropo Cop Honors By CARL MJNDQUIST NEW: YORK, Oct. 30. (U.PJj-Bos. ton contributed both of the major league rookies of the-year today, larJtj- Sam JethToe^'wiiniag'the 'honor in the Rational-league and , 'Â·walloping -Walt Dropo' being- se- ''"Â·"lected in : the'American iri-'the ' 'United Press selections made'by Â· Â·baseball "writers In "each -.ol -the .'loop; cities! ' , i r Both won by comfortablc""niar- ""' gins: Jcthroo. polled' 14' out' of ' a possible 24 rotes iii the Na' tlonal league In. which five player*' rated consideration. Pitcher Bob "Miller of the ^Philadelphia Phillies received five votes, Shortstop Danny O'Conncll of -the ;.' Pittsburgh. Pirates got three, and r "First Baseman ; Monte;irvin of.the;' ",' NcvvA'ork Giants and Third Base-1 /man ; Bill.(Serena of the Chicago, Cubs received one, each, . " , Dropo won outjbv the American ! 'in what was 1 almost entirely a! 1 two-man battle, v getting 15 -votes to eight,for Kid Pitcher Whitey Â· Ford of the fcew'Xork- Yankees. Only otlicr: A"inerican ;lcaguer to ; get a vote, was Al; Carrasquel,, shortstop of -the ,WMte : Sox, who Â·; received the /other.ballot.' .... Â· Jethroe, Â· thV,2S-ycar-old native^ of East'St Louis, IU., won the, National 'league accolade after a discouraging beginning in which' he was one of the most awkward- looking players in/spring-training. The Negro with the' long, skinny legs, .found it difficult"to acclimate himself to -the important center field spot, but, under the patient tutelage of Manager Billy Sonthworth, he-quickly matured into a player who 'shoujd' Â·be a, star for many years to come. He'wound'up'with a .273 bat- Â·ting.mark and breezed to the base stealing vchampioriship of both Â·leagues.' His : total of 35 was niore than double the 15, total, with which Dom DiMagglo of the Red Sox won .the American league .OCT. 30. 1950--PAGE 21 CLASSIFIED, COMICS,-RADIO, snatch games title.' Â· Playing ,, in, ,141 Jethroe also showed ability as a long ball hitter, getting 1 18 tionie runs, eight triples and : 28' doubles among-his 159 hits'. ' Â· Dropo wound up with a .323 average, driving in 144 runs with 34 homers' among his 180 hits. Fo'r-.inbst of the 'season he was : Involved'in a tight-race, for the Jeagiie home run leadership with Al Rosen' of ; . Cleveland,; finally losing ont '-as Koscn wound up with 37.-,.. ; . ... Â· Â· ' . . ' Denver Boss Lauds Wolsast ' ,. , .. /- ' - O Eddie Sparks Cats To 19-14 Win . Over Foe Meet Next f6r Border Laurels (By IJjnited; Press) . ( Two of the Three^Bottler' conference -leaders--Texas ' Western and West Texas'State,, victims --of; -stunning de- feats-over,theweekend--are -mutual .iocs in ; the: "conferences .;game of -the week' this weekend: 'West; Texas-State, : which Â·:had run '.up. a.-victory- string!'of: 10 :witfr six- coming- this s season, was. a decided-, upset .los ' 27 to.'80 ; -to little'.'Trinity. collej in a non-leagueaffair in 'San-'A tonio. Texas Western went-in Saturday's game with winless 'Tex, Tech- a slight- favorite but cam oi4t on the short end'of a 61 to score. West Texas is still undefeated, i loop play,-while Texas Western has lost one against three.wins. Good Halltime Lead x. Tech took a commanding 27 .to halftime lead- over the Miners 1 'an it wasn't until'.the final.period tha they were able: to make ,a dent.; the Red Raiders' defensive anno Tom' Steele whipped 76 yards fo that lone tally. Trinity broke a deadlock wit Jess than 25 seconds to go whe Â·Daltdn "Klaus flipped - a 36-yar touchdown pass to Francis Meyer Behind' two TDs at the half;- th ,-, Buffs boomed into a tie in the thin period when Charlie. .Wright'wen ' ' 24 yards for one and the loop's' top passer,, Gene- Mayfield, tossed an other to End Joe Ogden. -Â· .In,, the. : vonly other conference --game-'Saturday, Arizona' State; : o .., Tempe---fought to a standstill by a '"determined-New \Mexico Aggie club in the -first -half--finally began" to roll in the third-period, u'tlimatelj winning 49 to 0. 'Â· In other weekend games Arizona won from Denver !Â£' to 14, Arizona State of Flagstaff took its-third o the' season, 26 to 19, from New Mexico Highlands and New Mexico fell to. Wyoming 44 to 0, H-SU Engages Loyola Games-this.weekend, in addition to Tech and Texas Western; pi' Hardin-Simmons .at Loyola of Los Angeles Friday, Tech at Rice Satur day, Arizona' State of Tempe hosts San Diego State and Flagstaff faces undefeated Whittier on the coast The New Mexico Aggies are idle. Wilford '(Whiter) White, the nation's No. 1 -ball carrier, shared honors, with .-teammate Ma'nuel : Ajb In the Tempe conquest of the Ag- gies. Whit'e,..whp, was-bottled" up in the first tialf; broke away for a 61- yard touchdown jaunt in the thirc quarter and rolled up 152 yards in 18 attempts. This gave the Whiz kid a season total of 1013 yards. Ajo, moved to the fullback slot to Â· -utilize his passing.. ability, tossed over 200'yards in completed'aerials, including two to White for touchdowns. Benny Reiges;, Flagstaff Â· club, with Sophomore Bob Pavlich pitching the pigskin at quarterback and off the single-wing, led Highlands , from the outsefin their final home game of the season,. Cal Poly Upcoming Fot EAJC Monsters ' .THATCHER,- Oct. 30. #)--East- -ei-n Arizona junior college travels ' to San Dimas,--Calif., Saturday, to ' nVeet A California- Polytechnic- seeking its.sixth victory of the current campaign., ; : . - Â· ' ; . . , .The :Gila.-Monsters won their fifth Saturday with a 39-15-victory over .Trinidad, s 'Golo.v junior college. The ArizonVclub' led-throughout. and held a 26-15 halftime advantage. By SKIBO McKAY Like so many other -opposing coaches, Johnny Baker bestowed praises of high compliment upon Eddie Wolgast following the defeat of his Denver -Pioneers: to Arizona here last Saturday night, 19-14, before a record throng of 18,000. It was no startling news that Wolgast led his team in running against Denver, .but .the fact'that Coach Â· Baker singled : him. out as comparative to-the many good runners his-team has faced this year was the start of a topic-concerning Wolgast's performances '"Wolgast is a .fine runner,", said the sturdy and.strong-looking coach who -starred, for, Southern'Califor- nia 19 years ago. "I would pat him on an equal' basis- with 1 two .men from College of the Pacific we-have met this, year and second to.none among, the rest. . "There is one sure .thing about him. He will- never be tackled straight on. He has a knack of running-almost-sideways for a few yards after scrimmage before level-. 'ing off downfield or in or out. ' Pro Ball? Yes "Do I think he could become a professional player?-. Yes,-I do.-' 'He has-the speed-and the. know-how." As predicted;' Wolgast and Hal eifer of Denver were the running heroes of the game and not taking anything away-from -Arizona's Fred Batiste who turned: in the night's: longest run--5T yards I from a pass .interception: on. his 22 : to the Denver 27.' .For- 'a moment it appeared-he. would be headed for a. touchdown -almost in equal distance, of .the. 87-yard gallop -of The -Arizona football team makes last, year for Arizona's, lone, score against the -Hilltoppers, but he was crowded for-running space near Arizona Eyeing Kit Carson Gun In Saturday Go its final, road; trip; of the 1950 season-this ; week; .traveling to Albuquerque' to meet .New Mexico university-.''at 2 p. m:-Saturday in the annual- tattle between the two schools for 'the?' Kit Carson rifle trophy. ''-' ' New Mexico will be pointing- to strengthen: its: hold' on -the .fifth place/spot in'.the Border conference, standings, and Â· the Â· Wildcats out to.move-up a notch in the'league race. Â·- Â·" - Â· - . - Â· A' victory for Arizona's sophomores would give'them; a ,500 aver- g'e in Boeder conferenbe play and vould drop -the' Lobos into the ixth position, . , Cats Hold Edge ' The game will" be the 34th between-the two schools'in the long ivalry which dates back to 1908. Df the 33,games played, the ,Wild- ats have won 23, New Mexico 7, nd 3 have, ended"in ties. Kit Carson, an., old Springfield nay Â· rifle,. ;has, been the .winners trophy since 1938.' New Mexico von the gun'the initial year-and gain m 1939 'and 1940.' The-Cats ook possession' in 1941 and again n 1942, and have held it since'by Irtue-of .the .war years (1943-45 13-13 tie in 1946,- and victories i 947, 194S and last year, 46-14. The game will be the seventh fo oth schools.- New Mexico, whic asf Saturday lost- to . Wyoming 44-0, has defeated-- Flagstaff,' 78- nd New Mexico AM, 26-13, an Iso lost to: Tempe, 41-6,' to Wes exas; 45-6, and to Texas Western S-13. the sidelines. Wolgast .was ..credited for. 71 net yards in..13 carries to 'boost'his season'sÂ· total to. 460-yards in. 46 attempts. -Heifer raced for ,72'yards in virtually twice as -many carries --22. On the first pfay following Batiste's runback of his intercep tion, Wolgast took a direct pass from center, .skirted his left end wide for 'a 27-yard touchdown run which was nullified by an offsides penalty. This- was at least the third ;uch occasion-that one of his scores has been-called back. It was the original-plln'of-Coach Baker to start Lou Rillos at quarterback m place of Sam Etcheverry who was among- the nation's top jassers. Rillos earned the, berth Ir.om his. performance 1 last, week and his coach" had no regrets of the switch.' The few mistakes that beat Denver w.ere: on 'defense- such ; 'as Each Section Boasts Contender; Cadets, Sooners, Bears Rolling By WILL GRIMSLEY NEW. YORK, Oct. 30. (fl)--Stick- a straight pin in any section of the" college, football map'toMay* and,you-'come up with a stout 'contender, for .national honors. "It's been a dizzy, season," with tipseits a;dime a dozen,'"but never in recent -history, have the-gridiron ;fates been so considerate about equal distribution.of wealth. - Here are, the, country's- top Â·teams, their 'sections and records: Â·- Southwest -- Southern Methodist (5-0). East--Army (5-0). Midlands-Oklahoma (5-0). South--Kentucky, (T-0). Far West--California (6-0). Midwest^-Ohio State (4-1). -For d o c u m e n t a r y ' p u r p o s e s , that's also the exact order of the: last Associated , Press ' poll, with Team Isn't With Inmates Out each of the' six teams amassing havior. That's right, all his-best IN A SCENE of/ballet postures, Denver's Jerry Collis grasps a pass interceptionTon . his own 40 yard line that-was intended for Arizona's Eddie Â· Wolgast (23) in the second quarter. Teammate John Tonz" (84) is also in pass receiving'area -with'Wolgast and Denver's L o u Billog i s i n t h e background. - Â· . - . - . Rillito Meet Opens Sunday JL */ With the Pima county fair's three-day track meeting now a matter of local history, Old Pueblo horse racing interest ^will switch to Eillito's north side oval Sunday, when the Tucson Racifig association will kick off its winter session. Entries for, the opening day will be taken Wednesday - List Team Records Arizona's record incluqes- defeats t me hands of "West- -Texas, tan, 27-14; 'Texas Western, 14-13 ncl Colorado, 2S-25/ a victory ove .ardin-Simmons by a 32.-2S margin nd last -Saturday the Cats~deiea d Denver, 19-14, nere. The Lobos, led by 20 lettermen perate from tne aouble-wing. un er their new coacn, uud Deuroo op-.oft'ensive men for JSev^.Mexic ave been KulltoacK Milton 'irice ho passed ana ;ran i'of 4U3 yara . .tlie -L,obos' first five games, an eft Half . Chuck : Hill;, who . ha ea^.at more than. an 8-yard-per arry.cijp. . . ; For- Amona's. steadily impi-oving phomore squ'au, wmcn, aithougu eaten in i'oui''0f its tirst six games lieu- up l,al5 btfensive yards )ponenis' l,8U4, Left walioack olgast, will 'undoubtedly ,'carrj e,- top offensive -role '.along .with phomore ..Quarterbacks Bruce Me auley and-Ed Miller. =. Although beaten in four, of their rst fiye.'gam'es.iArizpna's-Wildcats utgained' opponents 1,649 yards to 57i; and'out first-downed them 72 to 70. Lou Williams Returning Here For Sports Center 10-Rounder Lou Williams^ hard-hitting and well reconditioned Los Angeles :)lghtwplght who has been seen here .three times before, meets Gil Napier of San Diego in the ID-round -main boxing event Monday night at the Tucson Sports center. . Williams, in the past six months lias beaten Pack) 1 Mo Fxrland, Pedro Alvarez-and drew Â·with Georgle Dunn. Xapier is regarded ' as Â« rough, tough stand-up tighter who recently loÂ«t a close ons to Maxie Docn- Â·en. , - Â·For the six.round semiwlndnp, Promoter BUI Santos has arranged tor Cisco Saciui.of Phoe- Â»ix to-take on Kangaroo Zsvala of Xiinana. Baen* has been Idle from the ring "lor over one month, since his one-sided loss to Eddie Williams here. Zavalm 4s nnmlMMd M kmrlBK |irem 'Williams one of his toughest encounters several months ago. Both will weigh nnder 145. Â· Andy Borrego of Davls-Mon- than-airbasereturns in the fonr- round main preliminary against Noble Johnson* of Phoenix for' their Kmrth get-together. Each has ^\ on. once and one bout ended in a draw. ,, ' Oscaf Torres, - .Mexico City; fcathei weight, f i g h t s Bobby Woods of Houston, and recent Â·loser "to Borrego. Jack.Thorpe of Tugson .and .-Leo Paige of Phoenix open the card in a fonr- ronnder. ; Santas annoances that he -is trying t*' rematch Eddie -WII-- Hams- and Clifton Lester of Hollyjvood"^for the Ifov. 20-fea- s tare. And, if Williams ~shoald Arin in good-form, Santos .'will attempt to line, up Charlie Salas of Phoenix for tils next opponent. the one made in the- second quarter; It .was on that occasion -that Safetyman Jerry ColUs became the goat of the game. Kurt Storch had 'aced from the hne of scrimmage on" Denver's 30 and .one yard, from he end zone reached high to steal Sddie Miller's, aerial from the lands of Collis. and step over for the. final Wildcat score, which at the time was'a commanding lead afternoon at the - track, .located-'at North ..First -avenue and. Riverl road. ^ 'j Under 'the 1 capable, direction of j S, M. (Mac Beaudry, presidhig steward, -the curtain came down on the abbreviated Bodeo grounds meeting, yesterday, with seven races presented. v Ih-ayab Victorious Drayab, a prohibitive favorite had no trouble beating., Edna Ann SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 30. (ffj-- Cleated warriors of California and Washington, the only undefeated football giants of the Pacific Coast conference, may carve the most SsToo, 5260 and was "clocked m thrilling chapter of "the 1950 sea- in the' six-furlong sixth race claiming event The thoroughbred paid of-18-O: Dangerous Situation Late in the fourth .quarter Miller was forced to punt and since Denver had been faring so well in the second half it was a dangerous situation any time the Pioneers had possession of the ball. The punt was a towering one, descend ing directly into ' the hands ; of Frank -Lewis'who took the ball ran about 10 yards and. ther fumbled. Alert Bill Glazier pouncec on. the loose ball on his own.,40 and Denver lost a good opportunity of scoring since it had the ball only twice thereafter in its own territory. Twice -Arizona, displayed strong Once in the visitors were 1:15. In the. 300-yarcl grade A feature race, -Little'-" Mouse finished strong in 1 the last 100 yards, and hit the wire in 16.3 seconds. The. time-was good enough to raise the. three-yearold: filly to the AA classification Owned by 'Mrs.. M. F. Frasier and trained by Gordon -Cooper, Little-Mouse-paid $5.20, $3.00 a nd $2.40 across-the board. Horw Time Win FIRST RACE 300-yds., Grade Whistling Cat Early-Arrival Chickashaw Red Man 1S.9 23.09 7.00 7.20 2.60 2,60 2,40 goal. line defenses second period the stopped on the one-foot line after seven downs- that started from the 23 where Collis had run back an riterception from his 40 In" the .ast period Tackles, .Bob Matock and Fred' Martin'-were the." strong 'orq'es" to Â· halt a center line : stand that stopped Denver on the Arizona 16. 'Those two defenders, Roy Alba and Allan Stantbn, turned:in obvious stellar, line- roles -of .the evening. Arizona grabbed an early 7-0 lead on the third play of .the opening -cickoff when Glazier hauled in Mill- T'S pass on the Denver 20 and aced over for a 51-yard touchdown ilay." Wayne Huish converted. The bunt increased by six points four alays after Batiste'made-his Sl-y'ard gallop. Wolgast was the "brunt of the attack. His touchdown had Â«en called back on the first Rlav. lut two downs later he set up his wh official score by taking a pass rom .Bruce McCaulev on the 25 and with a "booming block thrown y Glazier to clear his path race_d o the one-yard line before Collis nocked him out of bounds. Wol- ast went over from there to score. Also ran: Nancy Carter, C. "Note, Silver Coaster 'and Little Dandy. Brown Beait Bullet Dainty Son SECOND RACE Claiming,-S Furlongt 1.04.1 8.60 2.20 2.20 2.20. 2.20 3.80 and .Also.. Ran: Bon Galui, Confcar, Mand'cher. Joe Joe icratehed.- THIRD RACE Claiming;! FurlongÂ» Top Heavy " , 1.03.3 Â«.Â«0 4.40 2.40 bargain Bill ' 4.60 2.40 Ann Carroll 2.60 Alto Ran: Jedcat. Better Legi r . Yankee Blade and Sky Mutiny. Rose Bowl Bid Decision Nears Vegas Don Dusty Gold Balko Bunny FOURTH'RACE Claiming, 7 Furlono* 1.30.4 3.10 3.40 2.10 J.W 4.20 3.00 A l s o - R a n : Anioy, J u n i o r Ward, and Go Remier. FIFTH RACE A, Unclassified, 300-Yardi Little Mouse Baldy Barnes Flicker W Also Ran: Rusty. Action, and Two Timer. SIXTH RACE Claiming, Six Furlonat 3.40 2.60 3.00 son in. the turf at Seattle this weekend. The winner will take a tremendous strike toward the Rose Bowl. It shapes- up as a collision between two juggernauts. The 55,000 capacity Washington stadium js a sure sellout for a. gridiron test that has developed week by week into a natural Lynn (Pappy) Waldorf's California Bears, ranked fifth last week in the Associated Press' national poll, must prove their worth against the toughest opposition iius far Washington's l a t e s t league win, 21-7 over Stanford, certainly Â· should Improve its posi tion in, the i'exfr poll. Â· Kast week t , was 21st, : a drop from . 10th following ., the . lone and non-conference loss, Howie Odell's Huskies 'wrote mis to Stanford's championship and Rose Bowl" aspirations, outlaying, the pre-season title favor- tes all .the T way. The northerners looked -the part of real Contenders. Washington faces its biggest job this week, however. California; seeking its .third ..consecutive trip to the Rose, Bowl, has jelled slowly but undeniably into a powerful team/since the:;season,opener. Oyler, Eyman In TCC Golf Victory Dr. .Raymond Oyler and Frank Byman combined golfing talents for the past tn o daj's to win th v e 36-hole member-guest best ball handicap tourney at tlie Tucson .Country club: Dr. Oyler and .'Eyman paced Saturday's opening. 18 holes with Â·a low net score of 62 and yesterday fired a 6fi for a total 128. EC. C.Tovrea Sr., and Rod-Gds- com finished second with 131. The two had been tied for second place the first day with Don Kav- anaugb, Russell Spann, Johnny Mueller and Al Kuhn with 64s, two strokes-off-'the lead of 62 by Dr.-Oyler and Eyiuan. Third place went to Mueller and Kuhn, Jvavanaiijjh and Spann, each team with 132s. B. P. Whiting and his partner. Jack Rowe, were fourth with 135; Roy Drachman and Col. William Fisher, Tyler.Barrett and Dr.-Don Lewis .were fifth place teams with 136s. Whiting and Rowe were m strong- contention after Saturday's 18 holes with 65, good for third place.at the halfway mark. Col. -Fisher and Drachman had the low individual team score for yesterday-with 6C. Saturday's honor i\ ent to Dr. Oyler and Eyman. Col; Fisher copped low in- 'dividual gross score with a 71. t Members, of the club are now preparing for the fourth annual interclub match; with the-Phoenix Country club, slated here on Nov. 11-12, The host clnb has won two of the previous interclub matches from'Phoeniv. more than 1,100 points. Of these, only Oh^o State has been beaten. The Buckeyes dropped a 32-27 last-gasp decision Â·to top-ranking .SMU, in .the opening game of Â· the-saason. ; ' .Most of the 82,174 fans, who saw the Buckeyes ' crush Iowa,. ,83-21, in Cplumbus-. yesterday,- probably doubt that th"e. Mustangs from the southwest could'do the job/again: The --Rose. Bowl champions, s p a r k e d 1 by 185-pound Vic Janowicz, certainly looked . the equal--if not .the.superior--of. any team .in/the nation in' staging that savage touchdown-binge.' So., in each : 'of the major football regions you can get a heated argument that the, particular section has the best grid machine in the land',. with no. way actually to prove it - since ' none of the other schedules cress. . Will JHghty Fall? So-it-becomes a matter of sitting tight and .waiting for "the ' Giants Major league baseball'managers think they've got troubles. They ought to.hear about the-fate of Ken, Patterson, pilot-of the Tucson federal prison,camp Softball team. The-majors are losing young men to Uncle Sam, but Patterson is losing men of-all ages to good be- players- are: being released from prison after serving their time. Up until yesterday, the federal camp's-team -boasted.a fine record^ of .victories. .But the.-key -softball- ers are- gone and .the'-inmates lost a loosely-played contest to the. city class; AA Crossroads Spoilers, 8-5.' The prisoners had a 4-2 lead midway in the nine-innfng.contest,'but the "visitorS'.",rallied:for.two runs. in. each ,of.-the/sixth, seventh- and eighth frames, for their' triumph.^ Here Are Stars WttoDidWett to tumble. That cbuld start- happening this week'with-fivei--of the six top drawer, clubs opposition facing sine%vy Only Oklahoma's:'Sooners, who tied the modern winning streak, of 26 Â· games.. Saturday 'by humbling Iowa State:'20-7,' have-it easy. They play- Colorado at Boulder- Southern Methodist, idle the past week, .will..go to .Austin to, tackle a big, resourceful Texas team that las lost: only to 'Oklahoma--in a real squeaker--and 'is rated seventh jest in the nation.. The Longhorns warmed 'up, for' the .occasion by smashing R;ce,-the Southwest cpn r ference champion,. 35-7. Army's tank-like forces, who have won every'game with at leastÂ· Â·three touchdowns-'to;- spare,, go against the biggest hump of a relatively easy schedule when they collide with Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Penn, with one of the country's great backs in Francis (Reds) Bagnell, has snown plenty of zip By Associated Press ' JOHN .BUSH, Yaie halfback- Kicked- conversion ; that gave Â· Yale 14-13 -victory over Holy Cross ' DREHBB GASKINS, Clemson end ' -- rB.atted- down' Wake Â· 'Forest conversion ^attempt in. final seconds :to insure Clemson -victory; 13-12.-: ', -AL-BPEIFFER, Fordham- end-With a reputation as a pass catcher Pfeiffer, threw the block.that mad- ' possible Larry Hig'gins' SO-yard^run. after taking pass from Dick Doheny in- Fordham-'s ^21-14 victory over" S a n Francisco. . Â· - . " Â· - . - ' VIC JANOWICZ, -Ohio State half- jack-- Scored twice, recovered two fumbles, tossed four' touchdown passes and '.converted; 10' .times in. ' 11 tries as- Buckeyes massacred, Iowa, . 83-21'. r BOB GAIN, Kentucky tackle-- His exhibition, at Atlanta against; Georgia Tech rited one of the best ever turned out by a tackle there as unbeaten Kentucky beat Tech, 28 to 14. BOB MOONWAW,. UCLA.c'entC-r-- was defensive stickout as Calif orni- ans defeated Purdue; ,20-6. . BEX SOX, sub Nebraska guar'd-- rumbled 65 yards with deflected Kansas pass . for touchdown that fn,,, nf four of fivp earner helped Nebraska beat Kansas, 33-26. tive. S a TM e *-| - TOBTV-VTV. COATTA, Â·Â«"------- out of the conference. The vie ;ory string includes a 14-7 setback to an eastern stalwart, Pennsyl It is unbeaten and untied, in cr \ania Drayab 1.15' 3.M-. 2.60 Edna Ann . Â· . . ; 5.ZQ Also Ran: Rhett Butler - and' 'Frosty Streak. Herb't Hope jcratche'd. SEVENTH' RACE Claiming,.! Mile, 1/15. Kambar . . :i,55. Wichita Boy ' : 'Â· Tim D Also Ran; Termagant, Delville. Fritftd iratchecf. 15.00. 5.60 2.80 2.2C 3.60 ' TenlplÂ»r, . anc Vic and. Chi.f Sttrt Total mutuel handle:. $15,451. Arizona - Riflemen Top Texas Western The University of-Arizona 1ROTC rifle team defeated -the crew of Texas Western varsity college Huish missed the point and the core,was 13-0.- Denver scored twice in a hurry _L the'dving stapes of the -second! uarter. Bill W^atkins scored from ivo yards out on a 28-yard drive lat was assisted ,when scondary efender, John Kelly, pushed in- enfledreceiver Jim Lfley on a pass lay, from Etcheverry and the pen- Ity was called on the three. Larry Andres v converted. The second and final Pioneer ouchdown came early ibthe third anza. "Wilbur Lectfel blocked Â·'Mc- ^auley's punt on"-the Arizona 33. Â·Us teammate, Coffis," in 'a vain ef- ort toscover up for r ,the costly mis- takp he made on defense that gave le Wildcats a "score, picked Uiifhibltors, here last Saturday afternoon in its first intercollegrate' meet of the year. In two -previous matches Lhis season, the tIA riflemen defeated the Tucson Rifle club. - In r defeating Texas Western, Arizona chalked up 1,833 points out of a possible 2,000 as compared to the, visitor's'1,793. However, individual high* point honors went 'to - Texas Western men-Deckert, and -Perez- -who eachjre- corded 374 points out of a possible 400. Arizona'leader^ was Willfam Laird with, '372. , _ ", all, up and ran 32 yards to' inctres added tjie^extra point.^Nb. - - JBIG'HORSE-SHOW NEW-TORE,' OcÂ£ 30^-(i 62fid ,"National'liorse" show, larger andl richerJthaiL'ever, before, will open' tomorrowtaf tsrnoon at Mad- Jsoa t Square -"Garden^ Some 32/6 ,ex- "hfhltA^C JQvmt SO "mrrro -thflrtLfl _80 cfc year ,ago,^-wlll vie,,foEv$31,000 3n prize -money- over ~au ^, eigWJday 3 for-,13.this yearK.for,him, and the, period. ^The ..showv wilL na.v*,O30: f i n a l ' s c o r i w a s ported,^ ' Â«Â«Â».. . . . - . - . 1 ^ 1 Â·vent*. al power with each passing week,i will be. host -to , Flqrida.'.the: high- scoring. Dixie-darklibrse.that upset Â·unbeaten- Vande'rbilt a,week,ago: Parilll Sj/arks Kaintuck Babe-Parilli, a T-magician, passed and directed the.'Wildcats to a 2814 victory over : Â· Georgia Tech- Kentucky's seventh-', in a row. Florida-won-.its; fifth game by trouncing Â· Furman, '19-7. On the Â· Pacific coast, California's Bears,.-Rose Bowl"hosts-for the-past two years; face .their,big challenge of the year m 'the powerful Wash- ngton Huskies, who have lost only to Illinois "in six games. The Huskies, owning a brilliant fullback in' Hugh' McElhenny, smasheS Stanford,. 21-7,',while' the Bears were winning No. 6 at the expense of St. Mary's 40-25. Ohio; Sta'te;s, next:assignment is Northwestern;', unbeaten-.until Wisconsin rallied to win Saturday, 14-13) Â·Northwestern,'Â·Â· ninth ranked nationally, was one of three major teams knocked from unbeaten/ untied ranks. The others were Cornell, -No. 10, and Wichita. , Cornell's^ Ivy- league, champions were routed'by Princeton's'- precisionists,' 27-0,. 'as -the unblemished Tiger team qualified as one of the east's best. Houston downed Wichita, 46-6. The major Unbeaten list now includes: SMU, Army, Oklahoma, Kentucky, California, Miami (Fla;) Princeton, Wyoming and Loyola (Calif.) Other major week-end developments .saw .Notre Dame lose : its third game of the season--this time J1 Michigan State, 36-33--and winless Minnesota play a surprising 7-7 tie with' Michigan. including two for touch- over North- vestern. BOB SBDEMONSKI, Maryland halfback--scored. two;Uouchdowns, one -on. a .44-yard run,,'in .Tielpihg beat. Duke,, 26-14. JOHNNY KARRAS, Illinois halfback--ran S7,yards to a touchdowa iri"Illinois':.20-0- win over Indiana. GEORGE KODAK, Minnesota halfback --Handled-, tlie ball,; 14 times' in.25 plays in 1 leading Minnesota--to. last half touchdown, to tie Michigan 7-7. DON HEINRICH; Washington quarterback--Completed'. 19-Â·' of 24 passes, three . for touchdowns, in 21-7 victory over Stanford. "--AP Wlrepboto - JDYNAMIIE J DONAU^HiÂ«law'.Jiiarte,-back Don Heinrich whipsCanother paÂ»Â§ ; tO;complelion overrcharging SttBBfol;d f TaÂ«Â«e;J^^i.*47.)JlB gainepJared at Palo Alto, Calif: lliiÂ« gent Heinrich J)aggÂ«d"Sunford into 1 submlggion ft, Dnivewitr of WagWngtoa miwhed toward : diÂ« Bowl I^ Other major results, by sections: EAST--Yale 14- Holy. .Cross, 13 Colgate 35 Brown 34, Dartmouth 27 Harvard 7, Fordham 21 San Fran Cisco 14; Villanova 20 Georgetown 14, Virginia 28 West Virginia 21 Miami (Fla.) 28 Pittburgh 0. SOOTH--Alabama 14. Mississippi State 7, Clemson 13 Wake Forest 12, Maryland 26 Duke 14, Mississippi 19,TCU 7, North Carolina 40 William and Mary 7, North Carolina State 34 Virginia Tech 6, Tennessee-27 Washington and Lee 20, Tulane 28 Auburn 0., SOUTHWEST4-Vanderbilt 14 Arkansas 13, Baylor 2T Texas AM 20. MIDWEST--Illinois 20.1ndiana 0, Marquette 21 Santa Clara 14, Missouri 27 Oklahoma AM 0, Nebraska 33 Kansas 26, UCLA 20 Purdue ; 6. FAR WEST--Wyoming 44 New Mexico 0, Loyola. (Calif.) 34 Nevada 7, Arizona- 19 Denver 14, Southern California 30 Oregon's! Oregon State 20 Montana 0.' LARSEN WHIPS AUSSIE " BHISBANE, Australia, Oct. 30. (fl)~National Stogies ; Champion ArtLarsen of San Francisco swept through the * f irst round", of -the Queensland, tennis tournament to- Bumps, Bruises All Over U. S. BY HAKOLDiCLAASSEJT NEW -YORK; Oct.- 30. W--Line from an Ohio'State.football' brochure: Exactly how Vic Janowicz will be used -this'season, either as a halfback-or a quarterback;-is bothering . Backfield ' Coach : Dick Fisher . . . No problem'at all, coach,- just ,turn the 'youngster loose 1 . . . After what Janowicz did against Iowa.-'Saturday,; the. question is,, what- are the other teams: going to do with him? Agaiffst Iowa Vic scored twice, tossed passes for'-four more,-touchdowns, recovered . two Hawkeye fumbles and kicked 10 of 11 con-.. versions. Reports are that Janowicz, is even, better -as a : baseball- player than" a footballer and that John Galbreath, owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the National league, induced the 5-foot 9-incb, 186-pound athlete to come to Ohio State. Halfback ' Bob Gantt. hag reached perfection and may as well turn in. hie, Â·uniform. He romped 100 yards, the full length of the field,, for, a touchdown against William Mary . , ." Other scoring runs in that fray, won by North Carolina by, a 40 to 7 score, were of 80, 78 and 58 yards . . . Another 44-yard run ' was halted on the two-yard llne- . . . Harvard hasn't wonstnce' 1948 bnt there is hope . . . SomÂ» of the sons of John Harvard mixed it up with Dartmouth foV lowers so ardently after the Big."' Green's 27 to 7 victory that both university and Cambridge police had to be called. Brown knows now,-to its sorrow, that sometimes 10 men are better Lff t HwniJtofl 8-3, 8-2. 1 of Australia, ' 6-3, than 11 The Rhode Island Bears' had- scored their touchdown -of 'a frantic fourth' fourth. quarter and Quarterback'Walt Pas- ;uszak!E conversion was sailing over % the cross^- bar when the eleventh'Brown player'dashed ontrf the field .'.', Officials assessed?*five-yard penalty for delaying the. game and 'Fagtugzak-failed-on hi* day~with a"5-2," 6-2, 63. vlctory"over second try,'. .'. That cost Browjii Peter J?rlckett" of Australia. lajtie in the annual game ""Â· -~ anotber^first s round match, Dick "' ' ~ Savitt -.of, Orange, N.^J r defeated Colgate,'35 to, 34 . . .'P. S.; It 1Â« JÂ»ot illegal,to play with lest.than 11 men -,, . The r rul* "bbok^only Â«ayi you can't pl*y, with mon than IL'
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