Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 16
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Wednesday, November 1, 1950
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TIGERS' CALDWELL NAMED COACH OF WEEK Single Wing Princeton Mentor Henored For Stunning Cornell By CARL LTUTDQUIST NEW- YORK, Nov. 1. (li.R)--First he tells jokes for 15 minutes, then he takes his boys to the movies. That's the Monday routine arid-for the rest of the week there is a big polishing job on what is becoming 'one of the shiniest football machines in the. nation. On Saturday he sends them out on a single wing whing-ding Salad Bowl Asks For Visiting Foe PHOENIX, Nov. 1, (P) --The Phoenix KIwanis clnb hopes to continue its plan of matching the top Arizona collegiate football team with a visiting team for -the Jan. 1 Salad Bowl contest here. Bfll 'LaDow, chairman ol the XtwaniK team selection commit. tee, said 50 feeler letters have been sent to various teams to determine if they ·would "be inter- (·ted In competing in the coming · contest. ' Arizona and Arizona State col lege at Tempe are considered the top candidates from the state. "The whtnfnj* of the big game between the Wildcats and the state Sun Devils at Tucson on If ov. 11 trill hare a large bearing on the selection," LaDow said. S a l a d B o w l officials haye turned thumbs down on teleris- , lug the contest They gald the move was being niado to protect ticket sales. Proceeds of tie game go to nn derprivfleged children : through' out the state. Maple Marks ROLLFAST LEAGUE (Speedway Lanes) ·'N, DaUey tok game nonors with high £35 total last night during lea'gue p while- Harold Haggerty had an even 60C 1 asrlee to take.high honors there. Team number eight awept honors with a 945 single game and a 2.740 to:al seriss Flint .Dairy split .with Y*l«. Eottoin Build ·rs: Team Number eight took four from Larry's Hlda Out! Speneer Piano Company took thr«e from Princeton Trailer ana 1 Stop and Shop took three from Apache Tap Room. · Th4 itandlngjj Team-- . W. · Apache Tap Room ....»......·· 20 Team No. t U ·panoer Plane- Co. 18 Princeton Trailer Court 17 ·top * Shop : 19 Yala Epstein Builders 12 Larry'a Hlda Out 11 Flint Ideal Dairy 7 ·UNSHINE LCAaUE (Speedway Lanea) Valley National Bank took three p^nts Item Grand Cantral Aircraft during league play; Parkins boys split with Sunset Dairy) Acme Printing took three from Ceok Motor Service and Nu Way Cleaners swept four from Complete Auto. J..Sayer had high single game .with 209 Fins whlta Joe Anderson had 555 pin series. Sunset Dairy had team high game- with HI pins and 'Nu Way Cleaners had high Mrlea of 2,MO pins. ' ·- % The .aUhdlngai .Team-- W. L. Sunset Dairy ...,,.., M 14 Ceok Motor Servile t\ IS Complete Auto 1* 11 Brand Cantral Aircraft 11 11 Perkins Boys 11 11 NuWay Cleaners 17 19 Valley National Bank It 20 Aome Printing H K INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE (Old Puibln Centra) Falstaff took team single game honor* with a total of Ml pint; while Koenan Pipe Had high aarlee of 2,590. Ken Biggs had Individual'alngle aamt honors wltd a 202 total and .tarn Snider had 569 pins for klih series; ' Tucson Newspapers took three points tram Tueson Laundry) Arlnona Express took four from Mac's Maintenance; Fal- ·taff took three from Don's Mobil service snd Keonan Pipe took foui from Tosco. Th« standings: Team-- W. L. Falataff'leer 34 ', 12 Tuoaon ,-Newspapera 12 14 Arlxona Express * 20 . 16 Mao's Maintenance 19 17 Teeo» '.;: 1» 17 Keenojt Pipe H . 1! Don's Mobil Servica 14 _ 22 Tuoaon Laundry I 28 AMERICAN LEGIOK-LEAOUC (Old Pueblo centre) SoTong's Centre, by grabbing three points fnm' Neeehl 'Sewing Machlno while Farm- ·re Insurance was putting on a similar ·haw against, top-rung National Shirts, moved Into a-tin for the league's lead. Mode A !.ewls Shoe fell deeper Into the loo*, collar by boing blanked by Merrill's Tavern and C. L. Service atarted to climb by taking four points from Jonc* Plumbing. Individually. Rudy Ellas won all the · lory. H* posted high game of 241 and high eerie* of 603. in tho team depart- tnenV Merrill's Tavern registered high lame of 969 and high aeries of 2798. The standings! Team-- W. L. National Shirts 24 12 ··long's Centre ,... 24 12 Farmers Insurance 23 13 Neechl Sewing Maehln* 21 15 Merrlll'a Tavern 17 19 C. L. Service , 16 20 Jones Plumbing 10 26 Mode a\. Lewis Shoo 9 27 and they rack up another victory. That's the way it works for Chariey Caldwell of those perfect record Princeton Tigers, the United Press coach of the week. The Tigers made an absolute shambles out of last Saturday's "big game," romping, to' a 27 to 0 decision over Cornell in a head-on smash clash between two .unbeaten outfits. 'By winning so breezily, in what Caldwell blandly insists was the toughest game so far, they probably will go on now to wind up with the school's first perfect gridiron record since 1B35. Simple Approach" His approach to the grisly business of the Saturday head-butting is simple, "First these boys are rny good friends--then they're my players," he said. "If I had to be just a coach and nothing tuore I would have gotten out long ago." Caldwell says there were no special preparations for the Cornell j*ame, except that the team did not Save as,much heavy contact work as in ea'rller practices this,season. "At this stage of the game I ftink we accomplish more by polishing than by hitting," he said. At the Monday session- before the workout, began, the squad gathered' around and Caldwell got hem in.a jovial frame'-of milJd by telling some funny stories. Then they took up the movies of the pre vious game and each player, got a 'grade card," just like'in a trigonometry class, for the work- he had done. Caldwell made special men- ion of the "A" students who tacked -the right guys or threw the :ey blocks, and. also pointed out the mistakes of the "D" guys who umbled at crucial moments or who ailed to snag a breakaway ball arrler, . Complicated Finish During the rest of the week there wag much time spent on locking and tackling on the lummy machines, and on such specialty chores as place-kicking, punt- passing, and individualized alignments. ' And it has paid off. Led by Dick Jazmaier, the three-threat tailback f Maumee, O., senior fullback Jack )avison, of St. Louis,. Mo., Bob Inger, the sophomore halfback rpm Pottsvllle, Pa., and Captain- [uarterback George Chandler of lay Village, 0., the Tigers are ex- iected to win the Ivy league cham- donship handily. Ka2maier has .a total offensive yardage of .729 yards and has passed or nine of Princeton's 27 touch- owns. Davison has run up 301 ardg and four touchdowns in aver- ging nearly six yards per carry )r fiva games. He also ig senior lass president Unger, a 20-yimr- Id sophomore and lefthanded asser, has scored five touchdowns o lead the team and has .kicked 11 xtra points for a total .of 41 points, handler, the "steadying Influence" the backfield and the' standout locker, is rated by Caldwell as the most valuable member of the team. White And Bright-They're Doing All Right Bright . ... Johnny-on-all-spots. Arizona Athletic Director J. F. tfcKale, who, with Roy Johnson, thletic director at New Mexico, riginated the Kit Carson rifle rophy, will be on hand-, when the iDbos and..Wildcats play for the trophy the 10th time in -Albuquer- ue Nov. 4. . Cup Tourney For Local Golf ! Women The first round of the President's Cup gets underway tomorrow for 18 and nine-Sole entrants to feature the golf schedule for the Randolph i^^" 1 ^ NEW YORE,. Nov. IV #) -- WI1 ford (Whizzer) White of Arizona State college at Tempe has becomi the 13th major college player in his tory to gain over 1,000 yards in a season 1 by'rushing and he has four games left The 170-pound'Whizzer went 152 yards against New- Mexico Al last Saturday to push his total to 1,013 -- well -ahead of the rest : the national collegiate field. Johnny. Bright, Drake tailback continued to lead in total offense and he appeared well on his way.,to break the .record of Georgia's Frankie Sinkwich. The fleet Junior ran his season's total to 1,735 yards, almost 450 more than '·his^ closest rival, Billy Cox of Duke. Cox holds the nation's passing leadership, but Bright-has gained enough in passing and rush Ing combined to hold -his substantial lead; TOTAL OFFENSE Garr a Plays Y«rd Bfloht, Draks ............... f 230 1735 Cox, Duke ................... 6 246 aortal!, Pennsylvania ...... B 159 Wads, Vanderbllt ..-. ....... e 123 1165 Maloy, Holy Cross .......... B 158 1091 Weeki, low« State ; ......... « ' 175 107' Hiilnrlch, Wihlngton ...... 6 155 . 1068 Davla, Gco. Washlnoton .... « 178 1051 White, Arizona St (Tempe).. « 121 1013 'arMII, Kentucky . . . . . . . . . . 7 « SS» RUSHINQ Garnet Ruinti Yd 1013 868 835 70S «54 White, Arizona Sit. (Tempe) 6 121 Brisrit, Drake 7 129 .Reynolds,. Nebraska S 1C3 Wadlak, South Carolina. .... 5 94 Smith, T e x a s ' A M .......... 10* Grandellui, Michigan St 8 101 Dottlty, Mississippi 8 10S 663 McElhenny, Washlnstor, .... 6 105 Be»n, Utah 6 121 !70 Stump, V. M. I. 6 . 121 570 FORWARD PASSING . Game. A'C IntYds Duke * 1W 79 10 1047 Heiiirlch, Wasnlnuton S 123 77 51089 Cunningham, Utah 613173 » 727 Weeks, Iowa State 6 137 73 10 105; Parilli, Kentucky 7 1 1 8 6 4 4 929 Maloy, Holy Orois 5 138 64 13 1099 Kfosterman, Loyola (Cal.)..-3'154 59 7 955 Women's Golf association. Seventy-two holes of --IS-hole rounds will be played starting tomorrow, Nov. 9 and Nov. 16. Thirty- six holes of play (ire in store for the nine-hole group.with the first nine-hole round starting tomorrow. The- pairings and starting time*: ' 1 8 hole. · . 8:15 «.m^-Ellzaneth Murphy, Dorothy Jaieka, Kay Smith, 8:20--EUie Orth, Betty Bullard, Ann Mealey, 8:25--Ruth Thatcher, Helene Hargla, Elizabeth Chert- nut. 8:30--Marlon Griffin, Mary' Elilns, Holen Ellar S:35--Marlon Wllklni, Edith -Oletz, Dorothy jacoba.. 8:40-- prlielila Clark, Shirley Ro«era, Nnomi DletiJ 9:15 --Mary Wood, Dorsthy Urlch, Dorothy Smith. Nine holet. 8:45 a.m.--Ruth Trncy, Diana Rlenbol'd, Dorothy Flaher. 1:50--Eleanor Cooks, Eileen Yraceburn. . 8:55--Uynette Gail- Uralth, Either Pointr, Connie McChrli- tlan. 9--Opal Makarov, Elizabeth Doran, Irrna Friedman. 9;05--Sue Armlstead, Jera Bernlnger;.9:10--V/auneita Furbuvh, Caro- Ine Ceatei, Hetan Edlano. · . . The following players will compete In a four-week "Secret" tourney: Prlicllla Clark, Helen Edlion, Waunelt* Furbusn and Elizabeth Murphy, · Notre Dame .... ! 125 59 Bright, Drake 7 101 58 Montana e 107 58 jpavls, Geo. Washington -- « 1" 3* Ford, Hardln*Slmmone ,..,.;.6 99 57 Flowsrs, Northwestern 5 1.13 57 Par · Jg Only Loser As N-S Meet Opens PINEHTJRST, N. C., Nov. 1-. (U.PJ -- It looked as though. par would be the only loser as the. field delightedly set out to rip up the course today in the second round of the North and 'South Open golf tournament. Thirty-four players broke par and 14 others matched it -in .the opening round yesterday. . Heading the 'field was' lean and lethal Johnny Palmer of Badin, N. C,, who shot a seven-under 65 ; for a 1 , Etchevcrry, Denver . 711356 Lakers Will Play Baltimore Tonight '.NEW YORK, Nov. !.*(!?) -- The Minneapolis Lakers, with their phenomenal George Mikan,- will open defense of their National Basketball association championship tonight against the Baltimore Bullets at Baltimore. The Lakers are heavily favored to repeat in the pro circuit, which has been reduced to 11 teams playing in two divisions. The. other games' tonight send the Indianapolis Olympians to Washington and Boston to Fort Wayne. Tile Rochester Royals opened the firing in the 368-game schedule last night by beating the Washington Capitols at Rochester,; 78-70. Arnie Risen led the Royals with 20 points. The crowd was 2,184. Rochester led at the half, 43-29 and were ahead by 21 points after four minutes of th«-fourth period. Then tha Caps 'gtage'd'a rally that came close to. closing the gap. OSU, TOPS 'ON DEFENSE, NOW SHINES OFFENSIVELY NEW YORK, .'-Nov. 1. (/P)--Ohio State, which ' on the record'has the" best defensive line-in the'country, emerged today,as one of'college football's best attacking teams, as welL/As a result.bf their 83-21'rout of Iowa last Saturday, Wes Fesler's, Buckeyes moved up with the leaders in several offensive statistical departments. ' The latest batch of figures from the National Collegiate Athletic Bu reau show Ohio State: , 1. First am9Hg major c o l l e g e teams in scoring points. 2. Ninth in total offense.' 3. Ninth in forward passing. 4. First in. the number, of scor* ing passes thrown. ., More 432 Yards Against Iowa last week, the Tucson boyg came in for recognition of their work from Coach Joe Peggg a* the. .Monster's began practice for this week's game Buckeyes moved 432 ysrds--183 on foot and 247 in the air--in scoring 12 touchdowns. It was the biggest walloping handed a major team since "Army overwhelmed Villanova n 1944 by'83-0'. Ohio State nnw has scored 225 points in iiive games, an average of 46.3 for each afternoon's work Wyoming' follows with 239 points in six games, an average of 39.8. Then follows Arizona State at Tempe with 39.3 average, Texas A, and M., 37.3; Southern Methodist 36.8; Princeton, 36.2; Loyola (Calif.) 36.2; Army, 35.S; College of the Fa :ific, 34.8, and Oklahoma, 30,8, Arizona State at Tempe till'. leads in total offense with 2.77E 3 in six games, an average of 462,2. Army follows with an average .of 450 and then come SMU, 447.2, and Princeton,.440:6. Perm, which plaj's Army In the iig game at Philadelphia, has been jest at keeping passes out of enemy hands.' The Quakers have had only 607 wo of 1,06 passes intercepted. The total offense leaders: ' ." , Per Games Yds, Game Arliona State (Tempe) 6 2773 482.2 Army (i KM 4M.O SMU ..,..* 22S« 447.2 Princeton 5 220S 440.B Loyola (Calif,) I 218! 437.0 College ef Paclflo « 2570 42J.3 Washington ..... " -Wyoming .: Ohio State ....... 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