Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 22
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Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
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EAGLES ON WAY TO THIRD TITLE Drub Redskins Mesa Looks Like Cinch For Class A By 35-3 Score Lions Lose Badly, But Enke Hits For TDs Enke , By FRED HAYDEN NEW YORK, Oct. 30. (ff)--After a shaky start, · the Philadelphia Eagles appeared today to be taking dead/alm on their third straight National Football league titles The hard-hitting -Eagles... opened the 1950 campaign by absorbing a 35-10 walloping from Cleveland's Browns, but-they haven't lost since. Coach- Greasy Neale's squad clicked for the-fifth straight time-yesterday, taking clear title .to the American conference lead, by drubbing the .Washington · Redskins, 35*3 * T h a t triumph if helped to'break a Hfirst place tie h'with the -New Giants,- who dumped into [third position via la 17-3' setback ·from the Chicago, ·Cardinals. Cleveland, with a 45-7 ·victory over · the Pittsburgh Steel "ers, took the runner-up spot. Meanwhile, the New York Yanks ·won-the "big one," earning a 38-27 decision over the Chicago Bears whom they'd never whipped before. That success gave the Yanks a full .game lead in the National conference--:they've won six of their seven games--and pushed tHe Bears back to third. Earns Take Second Second position was taken over by the .rampaging Rama of Los Angeles. Still on a terrific upsurge following their 70-27 massacre of the Balitmore Colts the week before, the Kains yesterday .vented their power on the Detroit- Bions, 65-24. · · · - . ! · In'another National conference clash, Baltimore- remained winless ,as they suffered'.their, sixth Joss. They bowed to the San Francisco 49ers, 17-14. It was the 49ers second triuinph in a row after blowing five straight ' . In the final period'of the game ·t Philadelphia, the Eagles.went to ··work'on slihgin' Sammy Baugh of the Redskins. Three' : tlmes his aerials misfired.and went for Eagle touchdowns /within three, minutes. The.Eagles actually iced the issue ., In ^the second quarter as Steve Van BtirtrTand Tommy Thompson were By United Press " All Arizona league and sectional aces, save one, were eith*er_«ettled r near .settlement- today as high chool football roUed-into'the final month of the-1950 season." " Mesa, which plays out-of-state Covina, Calif., this week', jumped ts next-to-last hurdle on its way o the class -A title _in whipping the big one," Tucson, 41 -to" 13, Friday. Only a .game remaining forniV team. in the. BaJjbit slate is improving lut outclassed Glendale. Jerome In the north and'Casa Jrande In-the. central.and south re near-cinches to finish the sea- on with unblemished records and hen begin a war of words in-claim- DRIVES TOWARD TOUCHDOWN--Bob Wilkinson, UCLA end, --AP.WlrtpSoto picked up a blocked punt and although he didn't get far, he let up position for touchdown against Purdue in game played at Lafayette, Ind. He is brought down--by Mike'Macclolo (left). No. 53 is Frank Mandulag. UCLA' defeated Purdue 20 to 6. -...-- ' ng'the state B title.' Jerome, edged lound Valley 13 to 7' Friday and Casa Grande ran over arch rival ?oolidge 42 to 14. Jerome closes utjts season this week'with Hol- rooS;'while Casa Grande takes on , "* t- Blair Cherry Texas Face Walker-Less SMU ·AUSTIN, Tex., Oct. 30. (£)--For the first time in his coaching, career at the University of Texas, Blair Cherry won't have to worry about Doak Walker. The Doaker for three years was the fellow wHo beat Texas-in the annua] battle with Southern Methodist,' this game twice deciding Ostrich Race Off. As Entrant Dies Instrumental in two tallying drives. The- Giants .tiave become..pretty unpredictable. Twice victorious over Cleveland..:they lost:"to! .the Cardinals yesterday 'in. an embarrassing manner. 'A couple of fumbles 1 in the third period made it fairly'easy- for their conquerors, f .'·'..'. -ranks--Get Rest The'Yanks' earned a-well.de- ·erved breather---they don't play until Nov. 12. when.they meet the Bean : again 1 at Chicago. Red Stra- der'gvNew Yorkers 'are assured of keeping.their-lead until that 1 day, SALEM, N. H., Oct 30. CUB-Here's one' for 'the birds: The Rockingham Park ostrich race has been called off for lack of ostriches. They" did have two, but one died yesterday. . · ' Track Veterinarian M. El Birch said the bird, "Big Jim" of St Augustine, Fla., was homesick. at least George .Ratterman," the Yanks' ace exponent-' of the "T r " heaved two scoring passes, scored for another himself a'nd set up still'two more' via 'the air. : He had a little the better of his heralded duel with the : Bears' Johnny' Lujack; an old rival from Notre Dame days. ; ·. ·Lujack was no slouch, either.- He ran to a touchdown, fired a 67-yard pass for another, and kicked three good conversions. He got home- 20 of 39 passes, but had six'aerials intercepted--three going for Tank TDs. · -. Coach Paul Brown switched his Cleveland offensive to the ground .instead oMha air-and got good results. Big Marion Motley, in 11 -attempts, picked up 188 yards: Four Brownie TDs were made on the ·ground and Otto Graham's .passes brought two.more. Norm Van Brocklin of the Rams tied Bob Waterfield's team record Cubs Look Torrid During 39-0 Rout Tucson's'Cub grldders/prepping for return engagements, with the local Indian school and the- Amphi- ·theater Junior varsity, : looked today -is.if- they ; had-'reached' mid- season, fornr'and might.roll on to two more 1950 victories. " · They certainly had the stuff Saturday afternoon in Tucson high stadium'as they surprised-everyone .with-" a 39-0 shotout over a junior, varsity eleven from Casa Graride.- The Cubs scored thre* touchdowns in each half, delivering, a well-balanced 'attack throughout the game. They added two successful, conversions in the first half and one extra point-in the-second. Pat Flood's 30-yard .heave to Jim Markins, Ed Torres' recovery of a blocked punt in Casa;Grande's end. zone and Bob Nabours' 30- yard spurt took care of the opening half scoring. ..'In the:third and fourth period's, Charles Woods romped 46 yards for a TD, Billy Huckaby, dashed 40 yards to score and Ed Faux ran 45 yards, after .intercepting a pass, the. Southwest confersncr chain pionship. Cherry has been head coach at Texas thosa three years, Texas and Southern. Methodist clash here Saturday and the winner will become an overwhelming favorite for the title. But while Southern Methodist is No. 1 in the nation-- six notches ahead of Texas, has one of the greatest offenses ever, seen in.foot- ball' in the 'southwest,' and has._ galaxy of passing, running 'backs that are accomplishing what Walker did, Cherry won't have the .threat of "No. 37" to contend with. Pain In Jfeck A look' at · shows why w n , s w y Walker has been a particular paii in the neck to the coach, of the ·U)nghorns..l n 1947, Cherry's first , season, Walker ran -,,- won ' 14-13. In 1948 Walker .sped 67 yards to a touch- SSS ° n ^ e ^Ptay-tom scrta- raage and broke Texas' backet the outset. Last yea r Walker, recover! - an,attack, of kicked the Texas 7-6. extra point that beat to .tally. · Flood passed and ran to three other Cub touchdowns, but all three, were- nullified due to rules infractions by the winners. by firing five TD passes. LOB Angeles crossed the goal line nine times. Detroit's Wally Trlplett returned a klckoff 97 yards for a TD and also had runs of 81, 74 and 42 yards. . . · ., ' Detroit scored twice through the air on passes of 48 and 43 yards from Fred Enke to End .Johnny Greene. , now is playing pro football with Detroit. Cherrf just loves Detroit with Walker in it · That Saturday's game will be a klller-diller without Walker' is evidenced by what Teas arid : SMU, did against a mutual opponent The Methodists, beat Rice 1 42-21. Texas downed Rice 35-7, .-· . Texas and Southern . Methodist are the only undefeated, untied teams in Southwest conference play.. SMU is undefeated for-.the season, Texas"only loiis was a 14-13 affair, with Oklahoma. ·Southern Methodist is 'the only member,of the conference to hold Fouls Galore In NHL Tilts By United Eress Rough and bloody Were the WQrdi for the National Hockey league rac* »» a grand total of 3£ petfaltler were meted out, to the three games played last jiight.' The carnage was at" Its peak^In Chicago where the league-leading Toronto Maple i,eafs played to. a to 3-tie with the'Blackhawks to the tune ,of 15 penalties. Thirteen were handed out in the 23 tie'between the New York; Rangers'and: Montreal. Canadians, and 11 in the De- Lroit Red Wings' 2 to'O win over Boston. . .'. ... .. , The Leafs' tie-extended their un- seaten string through seven games and-leftrthem. istilEone point aheatl of :the' second place Canadiens. Toronto scored three times la the second period, but the Hawks rallied to-'tie in- a-, third period' marred by nine ...infractions, .including .-. 10- mlnute . misconduct against. - Toronto's --Gus Mortson."' Hawk.'Wing 3111: Moslenkb -was clipped on -the 'aw.£y.a;puck-'.;...'.·;.. ;...."..;.·' . NEW -YORK, Oct. SO. - Wl--Nrtlo'ntl. Hockiy .liigut (tundlngi, .Including Jait , , . . Torentw ......'......-.'...- Montreil ,....'. ... Dttrolt ...,,...'..... ..... 4' 2 .chlo«jo ':·..........;·..... z New York'.. v.... ·,....; i 4 Soiton .......... . ...... 0' W L T -PU. Of Ot. - " " ---- PJANOS EASY TERMS HARMONY HOUSE 204' N. STONE , / Cards Only Hurdle-On Jack Slate; Casa Grande Arid Jerome Still Tops AmongfB,Teams lisbee. . ^ City Title Open Only race not settled, or nearlng ame, is the Phoenix city league vhich apparently will go all the way, down to the final ribbon in ir traditional Thanksgiving game etween North Phoenix and'Phoe- llx Union. Nprth Phoenix, , which looked. Ight pert in upholding Arizona's restige against California teams y 'whipping Santa .Barbara 48 to 8 Friday, should 'have little trouble with Yuma this Saturday. Phoenix Union, winner over un- efeated St. Mary's 28 to 21 Satur- on Tucson in-Phoenix ay, takes Friday. Other games over'the past week- nd turned -up some fancy backs-- articularly so in the V A ranks.! 3 hoenix Union's little Dick Siegel ran wild against St. Mary's, scoring twice from-way out and had'runs of S3, -60 and 28 yards nullified bj penalties, ? Friday night Mesa's Don Baasley scored' the Rabbits' first · thre" scores in roUing up more than 15C yards, while North Phoenix' Curtis Lee,' sitting' in for the Mustangs injured No. 1 back, Gene Mitcham scbred twice on long jaunts anc generally ran'- wild 'against the: Cali Goldfarb Is King In SW Tournanienl .PHOENDC, Ariz., .Oct. 30. (U,B-Chubby Bob Goldfarb ' held the Southwest tennis tournament men's singles title today, but the star of the ineet- was brilliant 16-year-old Patsy Zellmer. · The nationally-ranked Junior star from San. Diego, Calif., won. two championships yesterday, sweeping by Joan Young, Tempe, Ariz., by identical, 6-2 scores in the junior girls'· singles and upsetting first seeded -Marian Raful, Redondo Beach, Calif., 6-1, 64, for the worn en's singles crown. Goldfarb, of El 'Paso, Tex., had little 'trouble disposing of Arthur Anderson, Los .Angeles, in the men's, division,. 6-i!, 6-1. In junior boys' ··. singles, Gill Crary, La Jolla, Calif., beat Gary Peterson, Mesa, Ariz., 8-6, 2-6, 6-4 Darlye Barry, Phoenix, Patsy Zellmer's younger Joan, 1-6, 6-2, 6-4, for the girls' under-16, title. edged 'sister SERVICE . . . REPAIRS RESIDENTIAL · · MOTORS · COMMERCIAL · "- · PUMPS · · WDUSTRIAL · · WIRING · All Type, Wiring Repair,--Call 2-4462 Russell Electric Machine Co. till Worth IStk. Art. Tuoon Since 185* Amphitheater high'has apparently , lost its first string center "for Friday Bight's grid encounter with the Douglas Bulldogs Here. Lynn Clawson, 145-pound leather-flipper who suffered a mild concussion during the third quarter of last Friday's battle with 3Tuma, was .reported" in "good condition" today at St. Mary's hospital. But the-16-year-old'junior, lightweight won't be released from the hospital until his physicians are sure he's had enough rest. .They will likely advise no football this week. McChristain Grabs D-M Links Honors Lt. Stan McChristain successfully defended his Davis-Monthan air base fall golf tournament championship yesterday by winning the championship flight with a -75-75-150 during the two-day 36-hole af; fair at Randolph Municipal 1 .'course'. Tech. Sgt. James-, Kirkland was medalist with,a 74- on 'the.'.par 70 layout · . . . . Maj.- B.. S.- Smith took the first flight .with 84-77--161. The second flight went to Capt. Larry, Barium -Stt% Cfttun , MomJjy Iv«n!ns, Oei W/1WO wjth- 86^7--173. - Charles'. Brashear was', the third flight-winner with 89-86--175. Staff Sgt. James Rees' 86-89--175 won 1 'the .fourth flight and Lt. Dennis.Long copped the fifth flight with- 9^88--183.. · xovi SPJECIALISS: DEAD · .FRESNO, Calif., Oct. 30. (ff)--" William C. (Bud) .Wmfield, 46, designer of the Novi Special racing automobile that thrilled crowds at Indianapolis Speedway, was killed, in a highway collision last night. 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