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Snead's 275 Cops NS Open Cards 13 Under Par For$l,500 Four Strokes Off Ben Hogan's Record By KEX ALl'TA PLNEHURST, N. C., Nov. 4. He didn't win the U. S. Open or the PGA championship this year but Sammy Snead grabbed about everything else of importance In sight and you'd have a hard time convincing folks hereabouts that he isn't the greatest golfer in the business today. Sammy breezed through with a two-under par 70 that looked easy yesterday In the final round of the -North and South Open to give hirnself a winning 275, 13 under, par for the 6.952-yard country club" course and four strokes ahead of the field. Repeat Winner He became the first repeat win ner since Bobby Cruickshank, th venerable ·Virginian, won In 1926- r Sam has won the tournamen three times and finished secon three more times since 1941--a aarkable achievement in a majo ·vent on a championship course. Sam now has won $35,258 major competition this season--th «econd straight in -which he has le the money winner. He picked,u $1,500 of the $7,500 jackpot yester tfay. For four days his scores wer 68-71-66-70. Johnny Palmer of Badin, N. C who led the first two days,.hel on for second money'of 51,000 with par 72 finish to post a total o Pro Grid Scramble Goes On Sunday 279 and finish two shots ahead o th* No. 3 man, Claude Harmon o Mamaroneck, N. Y., whose finish gave him 281 and $750. .Fourth Place Tie Tied for fourth at 282 were Julius Boros, Southern "Pines, and Tommy Bolt, Durham. Each won |550. In sixth place with 283 for $460 after a final 76 was Jim Fer ritr of San Francisco, the No. money winner this year. Ferrier «nd Palmer had been tied for sac end place at 207, two shots back of Snead, after three rounds. Alon« at 284 for seventh place ·worth $375, was Mike Turnesa, White Plains, N. Y. Rounding out the top were Arthur Doering, Richmond, Va.; Qtorgt Fazio, Washin/jton, and Shelley Mayfield, Cedarhurst, N. Y.; tied at 286. Doering and Fazio pocketed $296.67, Mayfield losing the odd penny on a toss. Low amateur with 287 was Frank Straaahan of Toledo, Ohio, one *hot ahead of Jimmy McHale, Philadelphia. Eight Fan, One Birdie Sammy - had eight pars and a birdie, on eacht nine yesterday Whea Palrrier could do no better than match his outgoing 35 ani Ferrier fell off to 38, it was ap- BIG SHOES TO FILL--Coach Ken Lpeffler of LaSalle college, Philadelphia, casts a longing look at the shoes left by six departing veterans from his 1949-50 cage team, a team ·which won 21 out of 25 games. (The Explorers defeated Arizona, 72-66, in the first round of the National Invitation tournament last March). EIGHT-RACE CARD OPENS RILLITO MEET TOMORROW It's opening day at Rillito race track tomorrow, with top quarterhorses from all over the southwest on the' grounds for the inaugural program, which ushers in a 30-day race meet extending. through the month of April. Eight races will be run tomorrow, three for thoroughbreds and five for the colorful short-horses. Post Time Is 1:15 P3I. The top event of the day will be 250-yard sprint for double" A lorses, classy Little Sister W get ting top weight The seventh race of the day, this will be th e fl»t competition for top horses of the meeting, with Clara, Black Easter, Hot Pepper and Wagon' N furnishing the contention for the Bert Woods filly. Pans will be watch- ng Black Easter, which failed to ive up to expectations in the win- er meeting but has been brought into excellent condition this meir. TVestop Good Choice parent home. that the Slammer -was Hi« 275 was only four shots of B«n Hogan'8 tournament .recorc and a stroke higher than a yea ·go when Snead posted the «econ best score. Sammy hag now won nine majo ·vents this season and finishei «econd .In five others. The 36-year-old self-styled hill Wily has never been better. Hi drives arid iron play have been high class and, for variety, h tossed In a few 40 and 50 foot putt; here to disprove, the theory that hi couldn't deliver on the greets. Midgets Tied, 0-0 As Kittens Sparkle · .Safford'a Wildkittens refused to be Impressed by the reputation of the Roskruge Midgets and held their vaunted rivals to a 0-0 tie In a C league tilt yesterday. The all- ·winriing Midgets had been counted upon to roll to another win in their quest for the league title, but could not get going against the determined 'Kittens. The tie did not change the line-up in the loop, ·where the Midgets lead by a comfortable margin. The Mansfeld Firebugs dealt the Eoskruge Rockets their first C league loss, 6-2. A second quarter pass from Duke Dunaway to Billy Hawy that was good for 20 yards and a touchdown brought victor}' to the ,'Bugs. The only ^Rocket points came in the third period when a bad pass from brought them a safety. In lower C play,' the Catalina Roosters eased by the Mansfeld Panthers, 6-0, at DeAnza park. The Roosters won the game in the first quarter when Walter Birmingham tossed a 20-yard scoring pass to Billy Golden. Freddie Fimbres tossed two touchdown passes to lead the Safford Tornadoes to a 12-6 victory over the Dunbar Bullets. Gil Garcia caught a Fimbres serial in the second period and Alex Duarte took another in the third quarter. Bob Brooks racked up the Dunbar touchdown on a 30-yard run with an intercepted pass in the third quarter,. Next week's schedule: An outstanding choice is Westop in the feature thoroughbred race f the day, the fifth .at six fur- ongs. Winner the first two times ut of the gate this year at the todeo grounds, the favorite will e pushed by Swiagy Wingy and ay Maid. .Theda Step ..will-be atched"closely/ h'owever, having been brought to top condition for the sprint. There will be a daily double tomorrow made up of the second rolled up five losing 35-10. the opener Pittsburgh NEW YORK, Nov. 4. (£)--Only one thing is sure about tomorrow's pro football schedule. The idle New York Yankees still will lead the National division. The'Philadel- phia N -Eagles. risk their American division lead by playing Pittsburgh at. Shibe Park while second-place Cleveland meets the Chicago Cardinals. An Eagle-loss and a Cleveland triumph would boost $ie Browns into -first -place. If both should lose, the New York Giants could tie for the lead by whacking Washington at the Polo Grounds. Pittsburgh gave the Eagles rough · time two weeks ago -before bowing, 17-10. Since then the Steel- ers were bombed by Cleveland, 45-7. Philadelphia straight after o Cleveland, Maple Marks - / ATOMIC LEAOUB (Speedway Lanes) Joe Andersen posted hiah game of 209 and Doc Wilson Irish series of 534 McMurtray plumbing, IHuWay Cleaners anc Edwards Insurance trippud Catalina Clean' er», Unit Laundry amf Arizona Hour Mills', 3-1, respectively, and Mulcahy Lum- S U N D A Y An Exciting New Racing Season Begins! ber blanked L'il registered h i g h series "or 2,657. rive, 4-0. The ifiam gume of Cleanen 936 and w Standing; tpeedwiiy Utility shop 28' Jeaert Drive Inn 28 Jroaditorisj Cocktifl . . , , , 25 , 19 Saturday EvenFno;, Nov. 4, 1950 Mixed Golf Meet For Country Club Tucson Country club golf mem- aers will feature a two-ball mixed foursome tomorrow for 18 and nine-hole brackets. Fourteen mixed .earns have been entered for 18 holes and four for the nine-hole jroup. The 18-hole pairings to tee-off at 1 p.m.: Mrs. Henry Lelber-Dr. Michael O'Connor; Mrs. Jimmy Hines-Dr. William Manning; Mrs. William Fisher-Pat Tidmarsh;. Mrs. Ez Kelso-Col. William Fisher; Mrs, Roy lewltt-Eddie Susalla; Mrs. Gibson Jazard-Dr. Clyde Flood; Mrs. Mal-j olm Smith-Ted Schoenhair; Mrs. Vffllafd B.ennett-Harry Cameron; rlrs. Lynn Lankford-Lester .Cox; Mrs. Lester Cox-Lynn Lankford; Mrs. . William Utzinger-Hank ;ave them their closest battle since. Trouble In Chicago? Cleveland may be in for ,some rouble at Chicago where they are even-point favorites. The Cards vrecked the Giants last week after nocking off Washington. Before hen, they bowed to Cleveland, 34-24. Steve Owen's Giants, desperately eeking more drive in their attack o match their stout defense, hould open up against the Redskins. The Giants barely beat hem, 21-17, in early season. Top game in the National divi-| ion is the San FranciSCO at LoS|9°. | Hen ^V/est Amusement .ngeles game. The Los' Angeles Rams, rolling up 65 -or 70 points game, are on a three-game win treak. A win would boost them vithin a half game of the-Yankees vho have an open date after their ine win over the Chicago Bears ,0s Angeles downed San Francisco, 5-14, in their first meeting. The Chicago Bears, · derailed, by ie Yanks, go to Detroit, for their irst of two meetings. The Lions ave 'been scoring four touchdowns game but lost four of their last ve. Baltimore's winless Colts, six- time losers, are 14-point underdogs against the invading Green Bay Packers, McMurtray Plumbing 25 NuWay Cleaners 23 Muteahy Lumber 22 Unit Laundry 20 Edwards Insurance ,, 19 Arizona Flour Mills 18 L'il Five 9 Catallna Cleaners I · · NITE OWLS LEAOUE (Speedway Lanes) f Three shutouts we're registered Thursday nleht, Broadstone Cocktail Lounge beating Jaycee-Ettes, Golden West Amusement trimming Taam No. 8 and Desert Drive Inn whipping studebaker. Meanwhile, Speed- wax Beauty shop stopped May's Dress Shop, 3-1. Ann Orbaker bowled high game of 195 and Mae Vyhnal .high series of 483 and Speadway Beauty Shop railed high :e«m game of 744 and high team series of 2,111. W and third races. An ambulance and Leiber; Mrs. Eddie Susalla-Dr. Roy . . ._,,. ,__ _. ^ · *__- Hewitt; Mrs.'James CareyrBob Rio- radian; Mrs. J. M. Myers-Ferd Lauber. Nine-hole group teeing off at 2:30 a physician will be at th e trac for the entire day this year, to b on hand for quick emergency sen ice in the event of an accident. Selection!. In order of preference for th raoe card to be held at the Rllllto r»c track on N. lit Ave. thla Sunday. FIRST RACE Five Furlongi. Claiming Dainty Son, 116--Gave- notice In two prev out facet Major League, 112--Needed last raeea Bon Galui, 110--Throw out lart, In .troubl all the way Ann Carroll, 115-- Hain't run to worki Froety Streak, 11t-Yet to ihow anytmns SECOND RACE 100 Yardi for Grade C Horiee (Firit Half of Dally .Double) L«pe, 125--Top races In Sgfford and Duncan Triple Y, 104--Showed claai In all starts Chlckasaw Red Man, 115--Will Improve ef lart effort - ' Anniversary, 11S--Stable has all runnere . C Note, 1M--LooV for Improvement Miss Coolldge, 12'--Might need another raci RIelkham, 11»--Would have to Improve Merry Time, 114--Might be placed too low Eligible--Careless Dona, 117. THIRD RACE 150 Yards for Grade B Morsw (Second Half of Dally Double) Huba Hub« C, 119--Probably BO to AA al the way this time Rebel Gal, 112--Will have to catch her Action Plus--Alwayi rladt there Whistling Cut, 11fr-Could be In the money Junior Mln, 119--A hard hitting filly Baby McCue. 119-- May need tnla race Early Arrival, 113--Yet to show much Hair Chick, 107--Would ilso havfto Improve FOURTH RACE 100 Yards for Grade A Horses 2 Karat, 115--Has the edge in an open fact Baldy Barnes, 115--Improving each rUrt Dusty W, 120-Yetto run his race 'attoo, 107--Always have to catch her *usty, 115--Not up to top form yet FIFTH RACE Six Furlongs. Claiming Vestop, 119-- Going for third win iwinoy Wlngy, better 109--Been runnln0 with center Gay Maid, 116--Might be « sleeper ThedaSitp, 116--Said to be ready this time. Admo, 116--Give him an outing DellvIHe, 113--Might wake up some day SIXTH RACE 400 Yards, Grade A and Unclassified Horses Miss B K, 107--Hard to beat these day» Poison Ivy, 122--May never look back MONDAY Manifeld polka Dots vs. Manifeld . Night Owli at Mansfeld; Maniteld Com- ·ta vi._M«niTeld Red Rockets at Mans- .feld; Reskruge Midgets vs. Safford Dare- devlU »t East Eagle; Dunbar J u n i o r Cailea vs. Wakefleld Falcons at West Cagfe; Safford · Huskies vs. Roikruae 'Wolves at DeAnza;' Safford Thunderblrds .vs. Dunbar Bullets «t Estevan; Catalina V«r«lty vs. Safford Vanity at Tucson High atadlum. TUESDAY ·afford Atlanta Gophers va. Manifeld - Hornets at Mansfeld; Safford Tornadoel, vs. Safford Jell at West Eagle; Catallnx Varsity vs. Mansfeld Varsity «t Tucson · High stadium. WEDNESDAY Dunbar Cobras vs. Roskruge Tall Pull- ^·rs at Estevan; Wakefield Termites vt. ·afford Wildkittens at Wakefield; Ca'ta- \IIna Cougars vs. Roskruoe Rockets at CaUflna; Mansfeld Firebugs vs. Safford DeAnza; Roskruge Varsity Varsity «t Tucson High Panthers at va. Cafford atadlum. ·'..,,- · THURSDAY - .Mansfeld Rockets vs. Mansfeld Ham- ~«t«ra at. Mansfeld; Mansfeld Rams vs. Mansfeld Panthers at Mansfeld; Mar.tfeld . Polite Dots vs. Roskruge Jackrabblti it W«st Eagle; Dunbar · Junior Eagles vs. ·toikruge. Warhawks at DeAnu; Cata- IIM Mc«n vs. Msjnsfald Hawk* at Cata- Pie Face, 122--Chance for It all Johnnie Cake, 125--Ran like l at the fain good thing Jady, 96-- Light weight may help her · SEVENTH RACE 250 Yards for Grade AA Horset Little Sister W, 122--One of the top mares In training Clara, 120--Always have her to beat at thli distance Black Easter, 120--In top form fortnls race . Hot Pepper, 115--Never gives up Wagon N, 115--Also possessed with early speed EIGHTH RACE Seven Purlongn. Claiming Kamkar, 117--Just ualloped against atrne last vteek Balko Bunny, 114--Needed last race Tim D, 110--Right thero each time Go Remler, 120--Chance for the money Better Legs, 110--Should go better this time Junior Ward, 113--Hasn't shown too much ye 1 But bet of the day--Westop In the fifth -ace. ' Best long shot of the day--Wagon N. In the seventh. Barcelona -- The International Field Hockey federation agreed toj re-admit Japan to membership and: approved the applications of Yugcw slavia, Iran, Portugal and Finland, p.m.: · MM. .Tyler Barrett-Jim Borst; Mrs. Jim Borst-Tyier Barrett; Mrs. Clyde Flood-Jim Goebel; Mrs. Harry Cam'eron-J. B. O'Dowd. In yesterday's "Poker Hand" tournament for the Tucson Country Club "Women's Golf association, Mrs. Jimmy Hines and Mrs. Eddie Susalla, both wives of the club's 16 Games Slated For Touch League Sixteen games have been, arranged for next week's county recreation touch football league. The slate: Monday--4 p.m.--Rid Devils at Wake- fleld (D), Blue Devils -vs. E| Rio at Government Heights (D)i Flowing Wells vi. "Salpolnte at SS Peter- Paul (D). Tuesday--3:30 p.m.--Blue Devile vs. Red Devili at ' Sunnyslde (D). 4 p.m SS Peter A Paul at Flowing Wells (C), Siipolnte ve. Wakefltld at ts Petor A Paul (Al, 4;1S p.m.--Tanaue Verds at Sunnyslde (B). --Wednesday--4 p.m.-- Wakafleld at Sunnyiide (C). f:10 p.m.-Government Heights at Flowing Wells (D). 4:% p.m.--S3 Peter FUJI at El Rio (A). Thursday--4 p.m.--Bi'uo Devils at C. E. Rose (D). 4:15 p.m.--Red Devils vs. Government Heights (D).' 4:30 p.m,-- SnO'Breeze Coolers at El Rio (AA). Friday--4:30 p.m.--Cactus Drug at Sunnyside (C), El Rio vs. Polar Bar Bears at Catatlna (AA). Saturday--2:30 p.m.--C. E. Rose at El flio (O), Jjycee-Ettes 14 Team No. I . 11 May's Dress Shop ...... . ....... .... 11 Studebaker ............... . . , , . . -- 7 FEDERAL EMPLOYEES LEAGUE (Old Pueblo Centre) Georfle French mowed down the maples for high game of 247 and high series cf 584 lact night at respactlve 3'1 triumph* were. recorded by Gay 90's Dining Room, L d. Lj Drive Inn, Leo's Auto Supply and Al's Stone Avenue Market over Lantern Buffet, Pitt's Jewelers, Lynn Radio Service and Guy Nineties. The latter team notched high team game of 918 and Al's Market hit for high team series of 2,633. Standings: W Gay Nlnetl 23 Al'! Market ....23 Leo's Auto Supply Zz Gay 92'e Dining Room 18 Pitt's Jewelers Lynn Radio Service Lantern B u f f e t .'. 13 12 IB 15 L A u Drive Inn MERCHANTS LEAOUE (Old Pueblo Centre) 'Dales Auto Repair whitewashed Kalsar Electric and Hostetter Paint 'blanked Penn- ngton-Church Auto -Park while M. M Sundt Co. was defeating Ames Service, 3-T, j a n d Desert Drive Inn was whipping South Stone Barber Shop by a similar count, Sam Snyder racked up high game of 207 and N. Olson hit for high series of 577 and Dales Auto Repair registered ft/ah team came of 1,009 and Sundt posted high team series of Z,r»3, Standings! W t, Dales Auto M 7 Hostetter Paint ,.; : K 18 Desert Drive Inn 19 17 Sundt Co -.,...|19 17 Pennington-Church 17 19 Ames Strvlee 18 2G Kaiser Electric '. 13 ?' South Stone Barber 11 25 WESTERN HORSE RACING Home of the "World's Championship Quarter Horse Race RILLITO RACE TRACK THE INAUGURAL STAKES ... 250 YARDS GRADE AA HORSES Wagon, 115--C. Guinnp . _, ,, _ _ Little Sister W, 122-M. Pjgueroa Black Easter, 120-B. Britt Hot Pepper, Hi--S. Martcl Cla ra, 120--P. Jaq,nez 8 Thrilling Races Sunday, Nov. 5, Post Time 1:15 PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING-DAILY DOUBLE N. 1ST AVE. AND RIVER ROAD TUCSON, ARIZONA Tucson Transit Leaves Bus Terminal, Pioneer and Santa Rita Hoteh at 12:30 R A D I O D I A L KTOA--1290 _NBC SATURDAif~NIGHT~ KCNA--1340 . ABC KIT C--1400 MUTUAL KOPO--1450 CBS KTKT--1490 LBS 8:00 Cass Dailey B:15.CassDailey 6:80 Hedda Hopper 5:4! 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The approximate f o u r - W e e k match tourney will open with. 18 loles on Nov. 11 or 12. Knox Corbett Is In charge of this first annual iffalr. Una; Wakefleld Varsity vs. Dunbar vartlty at Tucson High atadlum. - · TRIDAY .. 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