Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 22
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Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, November 2, 1950
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SUN DEVILS WINNING Average More Yards Per Game Than Buffs, Thanks To White By MURRAY SINCLAIR AP Sports Writer TUCSON, Nov. 2. (£)--West Texas State leads the nine learns'of the Border conference, but Arizona State college at Tempe is taking over as the statistical offensive and defensive powerhouse. Tempe also has -Wilted (Whizzer) White, who has added the individual scoring lead to fcus - L_i j -- "rail oc continuing to Border Figures RUSHING Name-School White, Tempe Cross, West Texas 71 Wrloht, West Texas .'...120 Gabrel, Texas Western .. 65 V'olgast, Arizona ........76 Blair, Hardln-Slmmoni M Jackson, Texas Tech . . . . 5« Taylor, Hardln-Stmmons 36 LEADERS Tcb Yor Not Avg. 1056 1013 «.6 FORWARD PASSING 774 10.9 tn 5.6 471 7.2 MO (.1 SM 5.3 330 S.9 329 1.3 Pet. At. Com.Yds. Com, 780 695 471 494 361 350 J21 907 961 343 331 M6 Nime-Sehoel rerd, Hardln-Slmmons . . 9 5 57 Mayfleld, West .Texas ..111 !« PdO, New Mexico U. .. 60 27 Edwards, Texas Tech. .. «2 !5 McCauley, Arizona 103 36 TOTAL OFFENSE . Namec,chflol - Pos.Rush Past Mayfleld, West Texas ...QB 115 961 White, Tempe .^.HB 101J 0 Ford, Hardln-Slmmons ..QB iO 907 Cross, West Texas FB 774 0 Wright, West Texas ....HB .673 - 0 PASS RECEIVING 1079 1013 857 774 673 . No.Yrdl. Td'» Olallar, Arizona . .............. 17 312 Watson. Hardin-Slmmon ..... 17 303 Topp, FlaastafT ............... 15 M32 PUNTINO No., Vdl. K»d. T«mpo .............. 16 614 ·tyron. N.M. AiM ........ 30 1141 Connall, Tex. W«itern ......30 1131 \Vli«, West Texas ...... ' ..... 21 ' " POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN A*t, Compl r*ull»r, Tempe ..,,.....'... 31 30 Davis. Tsxan Western , . . . 2 2 18 . Croat, Weil Texas ....... 12 7 SCORING LEADERS White, Tempe ,.^,.. Wright, West Texas Croit, Wett Texas ..... --------------Hill, New Moxloo U ........... ...,;....... .38 AJa, Temp« ......... . ........ Qsbrtl, Texai Western ....... Fuller, Tsmpe . .............. TEAM RECORDS NET GAIN . School Games Ruth Pass Total AVQ-, Pet. .968 .918 West Texas 7 Opponents Tampa · · - * Opponents i~ Hardln-Slmmons - . . - 6 Opponents ...,.*....' Texai Tech ; Opponents ·.... Texas Wtstjrn 6 Opponents Ar'liona . . . » 6 Opponent* New Mexico U. ...» Opponents riaistaff I Opponents -- · New Mexico AiM .t Opponents FORWARD 2163 11*5 1150 ' 7S6 119Z 1079 14S3 1J60 1078 995 1199 1C44 1705 909 SMO 867 114 PASSING Pot. 1021 933 823 655 1123 129 467 630 383 911 920 em 778 S4S 591 718 30! 757 209S 2083 1943 1919 191! 1804 . 1823 2W2 1504 Z728 1172 1621 record as well as dominate the rushing figures Officially, West Texas State has he best total offense, having gained 3190 yards while Tempe, vhich leads the major .schools of the nation, is second with 2773 r ards. But West Texas has played sev. en games, giving it ah average ot 455.7 yards per game. Tempe has averaged 462.1 yards In its six games. On.a percentage basis, Tempe now leads the conference as well as the nation in rushing. The Sun Devils have averaged 358 yards along the ground in each game .0 309 yards for West Texas. . Clear-Cut Margin Tempe also has a clear-cut mar gin in rushing defense and tola. Jefense. Hardin-Simmons has the' best pass defense. As a team, it also ias the best passing percentage .White, the leading rusher in the nation, has a big lead in this Je- sartment in the conference. He las carried the ball 118 times foi a gain of 1013 yards, which gives him an average per try of 8.6 yards. Bill Cross of West Texas is second with.a gain of 774 yards. For the first time this season, White has taken over as the leading scorer with 79 points to his credit.' Charles Wright of West Texas is second with 72. Cross, the previous leader, is now In third place with 61. John Ford of Hartlin-SJmmons continues to reign as- the league's No. 1 passer. He has completed S76 of his aerials and gained 907 vards. Gene Mayflejd of West Texas has gained 96,1 yards with his forwards but has a completion oercentage of .505, Mayfleld Is leader Mayfleld leads in ' total offense with a gain of 1079 yards. White is close behind with 1013, having aassed Ford. Had Punt Vest Texas .. Opponents 159 . T a m p a 102 Opponents H4 Hardln-Ilmmons 123 Opponents 117 Texas Teoh .... 98 Opponents ...... 05 Texas Western .. 87 Opponents ......132 Arizona W7 Opponents ....... 86 New Mexlee U. .131 Oppo«entt'-..-....110 Flasrtaff ·;,....126 Opponents · .....105 ·N.M. AIM ... 9 Opponents -.,... 98 Att.Ccimp!,Compl.lnto. ..135 62 .459 « 71 .447 1S J7 45 73 43 S5 45 J4 5S 53 44 H 47 4 40 J1 42 .447 .363 .395 .193 .368 .367 .484 .391 .424 .387 .111 .439 .427 .3*5 .381 .449 .429 38.1 3T.6 37.3 36. 34.9 Badger-Coyote Go Rated Tops On Off-Weekend Prep^heduk ' " By United JPress A' lack-lustre' prep school football" schedule..Is "on" tap for'this-.weekend in Arizona, with favored Phoenix Union and Tucson consuming -what, little ..interest .exists/ The Coyotes '· and Tucson mingle : in - a game · tomorrow 'night which .'once was .the state's top: prep., attraction Annually However, the Badgers Have slipped Little Sister W J . i u w c v v : i j mi- .t^MnQ^--- · -- - -- ,-i the past two years and the rabid interest has, since been centered in the intra-Phoenix Prep . scramble. . Unless 'smitten by',over-confidence; Coach John Black's Red and Black .clad gridders should have little trouble in defeating -Red Greer's charges. , Mesa Vs. Covina Probably the best class A game is a non-conferencS hassle tying together · undefeated Mesa and highly regarded Covina, Calif., in the southsjde city tomorrow- night. Other'Class A games, or. games involving A schools, match St. Inaugural Race Tops 1st Card At Rillito Oval The Inaugural Stakes' at 250 Marys ana niuem-i.. *--^', "Bayards for double A ^quarterhorSes phoenix- at Glendale, Douglas -at features the opening day program at Rillito race track Sunday. Post time for the day's first race is 1:30. Little Sister W, the fleet black filly from Bert Woods' stable, is given top weight and the favored spot in the race, with Clara and the Grace Ranch's Hot Pepper the two horses expected to cause the most trouble. After a fair start early last year, Little Sister W was brought into fine condition toward- the . end of the spring meeting and defeated such quarterhorse stars as Bill Glazier of Arizona is once again; the top receiver, having Tidy pppnani* .,...·· TM. - --- Order of llstlns based »n total net of tenis yards. ·Last Oama Not Reported. Torrid Teams Lo§e Pro Cage Struggles ' NEW YORK; Nov. 2, (*)--The National Basketball association s advance - reports that the new -streamlined circuit would'be better balanced -than . ever -before is being borne out in early- games, Two .of the- pre-season -favorites, the Minneapolis Lakers and Indianapolis Olympians, lost games last night to clubs that weren't strong contenders last year. The Lakers, defending champions, fell before the Baltimore -Bui lets, 81-7, at Baltimore although George Mikan, the Minneapollii cen ter, plunked in 34 points. The Olympians bowed to the Washington Caps, 100-84. The Caps · lost .their opener to Rochester. · In the other game, the Ft. Wayne Pistons humbled the Boston Celtics, 107-84. Larry Foust was the big gun for the Pistons with 21 points slipped by Ken Watson of Hardin Simmons. Glazier has caught 17 passes for 312 yards', Bob Reed of Tempe is now the conference's leading punter with 1 an average of 3S.4 yards. John Connell, Texas Western, . last week's; leader, has dropped to third place behind Charles Stryon of New Mexico A M. Bob Fuller of Tempe has missed only one conversion' in 31 attempts and' has a percentage record of .968. This is far.better than any other player In the conference. Ed Ulinski, Santa' Clara's line coach, conies from a football family. Brother Harry captained Kentucky in the 195Q Orange Bowl Step, Tess S and Blueberry Hill. With the clever-riding Manny Figu'eroa in the saddle. Little Sister W will be x watche'd closely in her first stakes try of the season. Black Easter - and Wagon N are also entered. An eight-card program is scheduled, three races for the thoroughbreds and five for quarterhorses. · Rillito is planning the strongest season in its history with a series of stake's races starting in January that is'expected to attract'the leading quarterhorses of the country to the track at North FIriit avenue and River road. Realizing the importance of entertaining Tucson's winter visitors, a number of big races are on the program for January, February and March, inaugurating a new idea .in the making up of the fall meeting. In the past the bulk of the stakes Poker Hand' Meet For Women Golfers A field of entrants' from the Tucson Country Club. Women's Golf association will: tee : off at 9:30 a.'ni tomorrow for; IS and -nine-hole divisions' of -a""Foker-Hanci" 'tour namentV At 9. a,m. club pros Jmy Hin.es and Eddie-Susalla.-will con duct, a golf ..clinic- for- the women The pairings: "-'"·'.- ' . ' 18-holes--Mrs. Clyde Flood,. Mrs inVOiVing A SUUUUJOj iJ.«ci.ww±* ·^"- J.O' tiyics ivii a. UAJ vn- -v jv/uu,. ,,.*·.« Mary's and Phoenix Tach, West Henry- Leiber;. Mrs.,Jimmy Hlnes Amphi and'Yuma at North Phoe- ·nix.' The latter game is a Saturday night affair. . Top Class B game matches Bisbee and undefeated Casa Grande, in the Santa Cruz Valley, city under the lights tomorrow. 1 The Cougars, coached by Shanty Hogan who was once Bisb'ee's Waldo Dicus' assistant, 'is a three-touchdown favorite to keep the record clean.. Jerome Vs. Holbrook The only other undefeated B club, plucky little Jerome, closes out its regular season with a game in Holbrook. The Muckers would like to extend their season with a game with Casa Grande, but Arizona Interscholastic association rules will have to be circumvented Mrs:."-Lynn ' Lankfo'rd;' .Mrs.! -Ro.. Place, Mrs. Glenn Hagan; Mrs. Ro Hewitt, Mrs.- J.- M.- Meyers; .-Mrs Malcolm. Smith, Mrs.: ! Mead Clyne Mrs. Gibson Hazard,'Mrs. Eddif Susalla; Mrs.- Harold-'VTovrea Sr. Mrs Lester Cox; Mrs. James-Carey Mrs. Millard Bennett; v Mrs. James Sawtelte,'-'Mrs.. James Borst.;-:".; 9 holes --Mrs. Dick;-Drachman Mrs. Harry Cameron; ; Mrs. Bruce Knapp, Mrs: -William -Seal;- Mrs Appling Of Sox Now Cluck Boss MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Nov. 2. C/P) Luke Appling, the Chicago White Sox's durable shortstop, starts a new career next spriife as manager of the Memphis Chicks. Appling, at 41 affectionately knovm to his teammates as "OM Aches and Pains," accepted the helm of the class AA Southern association club yesterday. Memphis is one of the Sox's farm clubs. His decision ended a 20-year record breaking career as a big league shortstop in which he played the most» games' (2,218) and led the American league twice in hitting--.388 in 193G and .328 in 1943. His twin twice on passes and Marvin Paxton Jake Stockwell, and Bob B;ngham each scored once. The Safford T h u n d e r . b i r d s whipped the Wakefield Chargers, 25-6, to stay in a first place, lie in the . southern B loop with the Thursd*/ Evening, Nov. 2, IBM Safford Moves Up With 61-0 Victory Saffor'd's Huskies moved another notch nearer the A league footbal! title yesterday when they rolled roughshod over the Mansffild Red^ Devils, 61-0. After Joe Dorame ranj an Intercepted pass back for a first period touchdown, the outcome of the tilt was never in doubt and the Huskies appeared to. be able ; to score any time they decided to do so. Frank. Mendoza was the main thorn in the side of the- Mansfeld club as he racked up five touchdowns, mostly on passes from Alex Villalobos. Ramon Rivera scored Roskruge Unknowns. The 'Birds spotted the losers a touchdown in the second period before they went to work. The Wakefield club scored on a pass from Jorge Dominguez to Aurelio.Frederlco in the second period. Before the quarter was over, the Safford team had scored twice, Raul Rodriquez running over for one and Lloyd Lopez recovering the following kickoff in the end zone for an other. Lopez threw touchdown passes, to Richard Hughes and Henry Rincon in the second half. Riley Frost's 21-yard scoring pass to Leonard "Golden Boy" Zunin gave the Mansfeld Red Rockets a touchdown and a 7-0 win over the Catalina Roosters in a lower C game. Frost ran over for the conversion and the winners remained in front of the pack in the race for the title. Dunbar's varsity narrowly missed losing its first'game and had to settle, for a 6-6 tie with Roskruge.;-[ . The first half · was scoreless arid; { to open the second half, Dunbar'» flashy Earl'Allen returned the kickoff 80 yards for the only touchdown,. for his team. With only twojminutet .remaining in the game,'Dunbar, aV_' tempting to punt from its' end zone, » had' the kick blocked by Armando.1 Estrada, and .recovered by. John 3 Burns for a Roskruge, touchdown.';. MORI JOBS for MORE PEOPLE VOTE 308 YISE3 Arlnnu Workman's C»Ml)enwla*l CwiwlMa*--·'. _ " ' « » , . Ski t * - A ' I ' Kuu T*MBB*- rnnu or - _ p. O. I«K SMI, Phewlx - A, i. hy*/ Temiw 2 Get. M Jock Pr . . «K , ew - , . Get. Mckeflno, Yumnj-Ow. N«gel, W1«I»*J- 3 k Proctor, fucion; Vernein »H»f, he»nl»., -. Knapp, Mrs. vwiiucuu · Deai,- *" ln -villalOBOS. l-tamon nivera aujicu William Phillips, Mrs.'Henry Dahl twice for the Huskies. One came on bers; Mrs. John Klmberly, Mrs. a short p - ass m to the" end zone and the other on a 62-yard run after Del 4 -i-'-ti o« u uiui x*."**-"-·· *j » ·'-- -Dins Nelson; . Mrs. Peter Beachy, Mrs. Tyler Barrett; Mrs. William HalL Mrs, Frank Putter; -Mrs. Joseph JKincaid. if the .two are,to -be matched. Other class B games include: Santa Cruz of Eloy at Litchfield Park; Scottsdale at Superior, Florence at Tempe, Chandler at. Tolleson, Winslow at St. Johns, McNary at Cottoriwood, Blythe, Calif., at Kingman, Seligman at Snowflake, Phoenix · Indians at Ajo, Parker at. Carver, Buckeye, at Peoria, Clifton at Thatcher, and Morenci at Globe. Six-man schedule includes: Benson~at Tombstone, Valley- Union at pima, Ft. Thomas at Patagonia, Gila Bend at Wickenburg, Gilbert at Hayden. - - I/ARSEN OVERWHELMS - BRISBANE, -Australia, Nov. 2. ;;p)_Ar : t Larsen, of San'Francisco, the United States' · national singles champion, today overwhelmed Ken McGregor, of Australia, 6-3, 6-1, 6-2 in the semi-finals of the Queens land tennis championship. taking, a five-yard pass from Villalobos.. Tommy Hernandez collected one touchdown on an interception and Dicente Matus recovered his own kickoff in the Red Devil end zone for another. . The second place Catalina Joker: tried to keep pace with the Huskie: in trouncing the .Mansfeld Hurricanes, 35-6, at Mansfeld. Cyril Hanley was the big gun for the Jokers tossing, all five touchdown passes. money was distributed near the end of the meeting during the week of Speed Trials. This year it will be spread out in an effort to improve the quality of the horses earlier in the season. game and brother Ray was Penn State's -quarterback in the 1948 Cotton Bowl. Ed played guard or Marshall College and later for the Cleveland Brawns. Willie Shoemaker, On 303rd Winner SAN MATED, Calif., Nov. 2. (JP) Willie- Shoemaker, jockey sensation only six -months out of the apprentice ranks, rode his second successive triple at Bay Meadows race track yesterday. That upped his year's total winners to 303--and boosted, his .lead for the year's national riding honors to six over Joe Culmone. Culmone 'rode Just one winner at Garden State aPrk, Cair.den, N. 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