Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on December 5, 1950 · Page 6
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Mel Clark Bums Nets for 2 7 Points, to 59-50 Victory Sportraits Idaho Siafe Coasts Half, Then Io Put Out Fire Idaho State college blazed a victory trail, Monday night. Mel Cl.-rk piayed the part of Daniel Boone, trail-blazer. j The Benaals snarled their way io a 59-50 triumph overi---rr m i i o M A i College of Idaho at Caldwell, as Clark showed the way wilh 16-IPAHO STATE JOURNAL a total ni 27 points for the evening. The schools tangled again ! Tuesday night. | THE BENGAL fur.vard set a tor-' Wflpi/C rici pace. He hit 12 shots in only I "' CCt\ 3 If 1 attempts. Fifteen of hi*, p o i n t s ' T . 1 4 i p came in the first half and helped J O l a i S 14 080165 the Idaho State crew to a 34-24 advantage at halftime. American rails hi=h school was Clark confined his scoring activ-! sth( , llulcd ,,,,. ils SCC(md h!lskl ., ball !ly mainly to popping away fro,n; s t i a . t ,, f , h( , ..^^ . r , 1PS(1:iv n j g h , Ihe corners. | .,.,,,, A M E R K - A S r AI .i,s preps The Bengals ran the count to; u( . rf . } Mlm , i ci Aberdeen in !he SO-35 early in the second half. | ,-j rsl ,,f 14 giunc-s spread through t^oarh Steve Be!ko ran in his Idaho ; fivt.. nights t h i s v.-.-ek. American State second strinsers and CnllcRe ; Kails a ruiiKli s.u of it in its opener, of Idaho went !o tn-.vn, drawing | j;.^t F r i(i ; ,y i;ii!lit. 'o.-in^ Jo a fast- tip to 50--J3, \vith six minutes to t;o. [ Miiinin^ iUipi^rt live, (J4-49. Jielko s»ni his first team hack in | Three panics will be played Wed- to control the game the rest o f ; n^sday i;ii^ht i'aris at Crace, ilig- the way. j |jy at Snake Kiver. and Cokeville THE SCORE was tied twice dur- j M S " cl: ' 0 I"' U ' RS ins the game, once at 17-17 and j aeain at 19-1!». | Clark's point-total was far a n d ! Fi:i.l.KST I'ltOGKAM of the above any other individual per- | week is scheduled for Friday nislit. formance for the evening. Neville I when Inkom travels to Dietrich, o r College of Idaho led his team | Aberdeen will be at I'aris, Rock- Tag Bout Re-Run On Armory Show These are trying times for college coaches. With the prospect of all-out mobilization it is becoming increasingly difficult for coaches to fire their teams with enthusiasm. In fact, in a number 01 instances it is well-nigh impossible to accomplish the i ~ Tuesday, December 5, 1950 , . . . . . . A lone iiuirsibv ni^ht encounter , Wendell. \vith 14. Dewey Cimningham Idaho State had 9. IT WAS TUB Jlrst victory Idaho State In live starts this season. ISC 0 Clark I : 12 Xalder f 0 Leach f 3 Unwell f 2 Cunningham c _ 3 Jensen c 0 Morris S 1 Behrcns g 0 Jones g 3 Anderson g 1 l-FTP 5 27 and makes the jog to Blackfoot to I play tlie Jayvees, North Marsh | will be at South .Marsh. Snake - or River goes to South Fremont, Grace plays at West Side, and Arco will be host Mackay. Two games Saturday night place Soda Springs at Montpelier and Chaliis at Leadore. Totals C of I Larson 1 _ Seville g Hawks g ., _..23 B 21 59 4 6 1 Baker f 2 Kennevick f 0 Madsen g __. 1 K. Bever f . . 3 Welst c 2 T S 2 1 1 1 0 0 3 Totals IS 12 13 50 Halftime score: ISC 34, C of I 24. Free throws missed: ISC-Clark. Naldcr, Leach 2, Unwell, Cunningham. C of I--Larson 2, Neville, Baker 3, K. Bever, Scott. Coast Sfars Named By Platoon System SAN FRANCISCO (API -- The 26th annual all Pacific Coast football teams, selected for the Associated Press by the writers, coaches and stoxrts. is distinguished from predecessors by the fact that the two platoon system is carried for tl^e first time. P L A Y E R S FROM both conference and independent schools are eligible for the granddaddy of the coast's all star squads. C a l i f o r n i a , conference c h a m p i o n and Rnse bowl nominee, placed three men on the varsity offense eleven and the same n u m b e r on t h e defensive team. R u n n e r u p Washington took three positions on offense and one on defense. Independent U n i v e r s i t y of SH» Francisco won uvij places on the defensive o u t f i t , along with Stanford. Bill llcColl. Stanford's giant end. WBS honored by being named for b o t h offen.se and defen.se. W a s h i n g t o n ' s two backfield stars Don H e i n r i c h nnd Hugh McF.ihen-.' ny. missed by one vote each of being u n a n i m o u s choices for t h e first ; tram on offen.se. California's soph- j omort- aer. John Ol:'ewski, took Oklahoma Wins Final UP Pol! MEW YORK (UP) -- The national champion Oklahoma football team, victorious in 31 straight lames, figured Tuesday to make .he Sugar bowl No. 32, judging from the final ratings of the United Press experts' rating board. THE BOARD, comprised of 35 of the nation's top coaches, placed Oklahoma first in the land by giving It 34(i of a possible 350 votes-an amazing total. Texas was hoisted to second place in the final ratings, Tennessee placed third, California fourth; Army fifth and Michigan sixth. Kentucky, Oklahoma's S u g a r bowl opponent, is seventh. Then, in order in the first 10, come Princeton. Michigan State and Ohio State. Thus, based on the way the teams rank, here's what you might expect in the bowl games New Year's day: DID YOU RING? With the timekeeper sternly counting off the seconds in London, Jim Kenny unwraps himself from around the bell to scramble back Into the rin«. It happened in the sixth round of his title fight against British empire featherweight champion Ronnie Clayton. The Scotsman got back by the count of nine, but lost the decision. JOD. With most of the players, coaches say, it seems to be a matter of just sitting around and expecting ihe inevitable. They're just waiting for calls from the armed forces, which the athletes feel are bound to come, sooner or later. IT'S TOUGH enough for a coaeh to build a fire under a team without added complications such as the threat of war. We're not saying that war is picking on athletics as a single target for destruction of morale--it hits every field--but in athletics it tends to be more pronounced and its presence is shown much more quickly. Any team whose morale is substandard is picked out in a hurry. It is quickly evident when a football or basketball club doesn't have the customary spark. One of the biggest problems any coach faces is getting his team mentally ready for a game. This means convincing them that they must do or die for dear old Siwash. But it's a little tough for any kid o put his sentiment for a school ibove his feelings for his own fu- .ure. It's pretty rough on the coach limself. In most cases, he is just as vulnerable to military service as are his athletes. The major aim of any coach is security In his position. Regardless of the stories, the coaches generally give out about wanting to move up, they still tvould be content to ride along with BASKETBALL FORECAST Dean Has Big Job at Cte But Vikings Are We Despite returning lettermen, Chaliis high school coach Dow Dean sees this season as one strictly for building a team. Dean looks to only two regulars back from last season, Keith Sharpen and Francis Hammond, 5-6 and 5-10, respectively, to provide the backbone of U' his varsity. One transfer student. Vernon Hoops, has struck camp from Jerome, and stands 6-3, but the learn as a unit is small and lacks experience, Dean says. The Vikings had a tough time of it last season. Dean says, winning two and losing 14. but he fails to see any easier path ahead. Candidates for this season's red and white squad are Dick Jutkins. "-8. with a year's experience: Vernon Coiner. 5-9, Mike Gini T 9 Fred Mi-Daniels 5-9, R o n n i e Markle 5-8, Jim Kopp 5-8. Boh Savage 5-2. Ken Zeigler 0-9, Del- liert Hughes 5-2. and Charles ile- charn 5-11. MrDaniels, Markle, KOSI*: BOWL -- Fourth - placed California to beat sixth - placed Michigan. ·Sug.ir bowl -- Oklahoma over Kentucky. Cotton bowl--This is the closest j K o p p and Median, each have p i n of a l l . Taxas is second nationally, ed a year, a shade over Teunessue. Orange bow! -- Eleventh ranked Clcnison a shade over Miami which is tied for t w e l f t h . ' G a t o r b u u i -- W y o m i n g , also tied for 11 tli, over Washington A- Lee, CHAl.MS OPKNKI) its season w i t h a 41-37 win over Mackay, and also has played R i c h f i e l d . Games r e m a i n i n p i n c l u d e : Dec. 9, Leadore; Oec. 15. Ucon; Dec. 16, Ammon at H u t t o ; Dec. ii, Rigby: Dec. 23. lona at Salmon: J a n . 12. Mackay; Jan. IS). Leadore; J a n . 20. at not p r i m a r i l y m ilie business o f l ' l m i e : '' r ' n - 26. at Salmon; Feb. 3. picking winners. They nre more i n - ! B ' i f l e : Feb. !). Mackay. Games are tcrested in raiing the winners. I vet t o 1)l? scheduled with Leadore, which is ranked I B t h n a t i o n a l l y . THE COAC11KS, of course, are DOW DEAN However, their superior knowledge ean he i l l u s t r a t e d by the fact t h a t Lou l.it'.le of Columbia, a member j of t h e board, was one of the few \ men who said Navy midit beat | Mackay and Salmon. _. i ·' T i t l e A! Heal Drafted By Dallas Club a fair measure of success with a permanent job. So, the job is doubly tough for a young coach with a young team. NO ONE is weeping crocodile tears over the situation. Many of them are going out and trying to do something about it. by installing freshman rules in most conferences, allowing first-year students to compete in varsity athletics. Even so, a number of smaller colleges may wake up next year without an athletic program because they'll be without athletes. Apparently, we can look forward to another period of war-time college athletics, unless a few diplomats can learn what the score is, themselves. SOME OF the pre-Idaho and Idaho State basketball series publicity recalled that Idaho State had beaten the Vandals in their last previous meeting. Actually, Tom West, the Bengal faculty athletic committee chairman, says Idaho State beat Idaho twice previously, once by a 47-46 count in Pocatello, and the other time by eig*ht or 10 points at Twin Falls. Tom says there was another series back in the dim, hazy past, but he can recall little about that one, other than that he believes the teams split. That would keep the Bengal-Vandal cage series an even- up affair to date. Tuesday night's Pocatello wrest- j ling program featured a command performance. THE DISTRICT athletic commissioner, none too pleased by last week's goings-on out at the National Guard armory, had ord- | ered a rematch of the tag team I bout which had resulted in victory for Buzz Jones ami Tarzan Zimba --a disputed victory, to put it mildly. Jones and Z'imba had been awarded the decision over Dano McDonald and John Pavich, but because of the circumstances, the commissioner o r d e r e d another bout--and this time with I wo referees. It happened this way last week. The teams split falls. Then as Zimba and Pavich came out of the ropes at one another, they collided and both fell to the mat, out cold. McDonald entered the ring in an attempt to revive his partner, Pavich. The referee, Lee Grable, moved McDonald out of the ring, accompanying him all the way to his corner. U'UILE THE REFEREE'S back! was turned Jones sneaked into the i ring, picked up his partner, Zimba, j and laid him across Pavich, in | body-press style. When the referee ; turned around, he measured out a three-count and the bout belonged to Zimba and Jones. The commissioner had asked that purses for the bout be withheld, but the wrestlers already had been paid. Mike Nazarian, the "Mad Armenian," and Grable were scheduled to meet in the opener. Nazarian was peeved at Grable's order for him to break a series of strangleholds on Pat McGill last week, and finally Grable's disqualification of } the Mad Mike for a strangle. Naz- arian welcomed the opportunity to meet Grable. PA!' McGILL and Don Mayne will referee the tag bout. Tight Race Looms For Cage Honors . NEW YORK (AP)--The No. I college basketball team in the nation for 1951? ONLY A CRYSTAL gazer can foressee which of a power packed, group that includes CCNY, Bradley, Kentucky, North Carolina State, L o n g Island, Brigham Young, Iowa and Kansas will emerge next March as the nation's top cage quintet. Leading cage observers from coast to coast agree that the customers will watch the best brand of basketball seen since the war. City College of New York, the national champion, naturally is generally rated as the team io beat. With two exceptions, the Beavers have the same team that captured both the National Invitation and NCAA tournaments last March. NAT HOLM AX'S grand slam kids, however, will not find the road an easy one. They must contend with the improved Kentucky, NC State, LIU, Birgham Young and Kansas squads. Bradley, g o o d enough to be ranked No. 1 in the final Associated Press poll last season before the tourneys, is as good if not better than it was in '49-50. Denver Off for East Army. Navy did Saturday in one [ of the season's greatest upscis. Petrol Bow! Off, LSU Declines ST. PKTERSBURG. Fla. f,\P)-- ( Five men who have plnyed in the CLEVELAND l U P ' -- Nitty Kid j r i o n r e r HnsebjiM IM.CIIP were i Gavilan was a loi closer Tuesday to j a m o n S thost' t;ik«M! by clubs of another shot .it the world's welter-1 ni - cIuM " classificaiion in the annual \vright 1-li.niipionship because he bast ' lw " ;!rrifl ilond - 1 *- f.n.illy h;u'! found t h e cure for | T!u ' y n r e : "hanl luck"--a raging, aggressive ,T ( i;K'k. DENVER (UP) -- The veteran basketball team of Denver university left Tuesday for points east and the annual eastern barnstorming trip against some of the toughest teams in the nation. DENVER WILL join Brigham Young in the invasion and from all indications this could be the year Rocky mountain fans have been waiting for ever since Wyoming won the region's last national crown in 1944. The Cougars earned the plaudits of eastern writers with an. easy 84 to 69 win over Niagara Saturday night and was to get the real test Tuesday night in a game with City College of New York at iladison Square garden. CCNY is currently ranked as the nation's top hardwood quintet. When Denver arrives in the big city, the two top teams from the mountains will be in the east at the same time--with one thing in mind. To make up for a disastrous road trip of a year ago when Denver lost four straight and BYU dropped three out of four, winning only from Loyola of Chicago. DENVER THREW the Skyline in hysteria at the start of last season by zooming into first place and holding on until near the end when lack of reserves and inexperience dropped the Pioneers into a second place tie with Wyoming, Coach Hoyt Brawner has hopes for better things this year, "}Ve'll have a much better reserve bench, in addition to the ail-veteran five, and the experience the boys got last year should make them tough all year," Brawner said. He warned that he wasn't too optimistic about Denver winning the opener against S H H K Y K P O H T . l,,i. ( A P -- The iro posed P e t r o l e u m lm\vl font ball ;ame lias bee:i a b a n d o n e d a f t e r a the f u l l b a c k spot by a large major- I second team t u r n e d d o u n :» bid to iiy and the Bears' I.es R i r l i t e r was almost u n a n i m o u s choice for defensive guard. The Cuban put himself up f r o n t A L M-..U., f o r m e r Pocatello outfielder, d r a p e d hy Dallas from Knoxville. Term. .0.1 son, which will not f. 9. will ;iot be fair 1 players or the siu- THE 11)50 AT all cn;ist trams: First offensive tram--Knds, McColl. Stanford. Wilkinson. UCLA; tackles. K;irp, Cal. Slroschrin, UCLA: guards. Holrknrcht, Wash., Daniels, Oregon; center, Torgesmi,! lon.einc our WSC; backs. Henrich ontl M c E l - j e n d u n t i l lit henny, Wash., IMonachino and : to cither th' Olszewski, Cal. j dents." First Defensive Team -- End?. I . McCoii, Stanford, Minahen, C'.ii.; · VSi;i TO IT tackles. Peters, USC, Xiemt. OSC.; I TU.OOMINr.TOX lmi -- H.ilf- guards, Hichler. Cal,, Stanfel, |. bac k John I);,vis "of Indiana's de- USE; linebackers. Moouww. UCLA, ] fen.ive platoon lias had his nose Pomeroy. S t a n f o r d ; halfback, broken eishi times. Sprapie. Wash., and Maison, USF; ] . safety, Van Heuit. Cal. IDAHO CHOICES i n c l u d e d : Tackle Fray, guard Colquiti, sec- i ond team, offense; halfback Bro- i #nn, third team, offense; end Le Due, third team, defense; honor- ; able mention--halfback Chadband. fullback Block. i piny. Tiie i^um 1 . scheduled IIP re for Dec. liO. vmild h.ivc pilicil Louisiana St:iiL* university nyainsl Southern .MetlnulM, S.MU rejected a bid Saturday. Monday LSI" a t h l e t i c director T. P. IIe;.n.l s;mS his school rejected ·','1 the bid because "We feel that pro-1 fontentiiMi for the crown now Ul by Sugar Kay Kobin?on when belted tmi»h T-.'p.y -iitnrio about | j the ring here Monday nigh! for j | an tM$y ID-round decision in tlie i annual Christmas fund show, j Alex Sirot | drafted by ·· I from .Miami. catcher. . Mich., EX1) A R O U N D WKST POINT. N. Y--!);in Fold-! Htion to Frank Fails o'.i " f '" c tc - lm - P resll] TM' « £ " s d - lss Training Officer. :.in. former Twin ^^^\^^r^^ b ^^ is captain MILT .10KFKE. former Billings Regimental' outfielder. d r a t v d hy Jersev City from Mobile. Aia. SPITTI.V IMAGE MIAMI. Fla. -- Old-time horse- j men say George Wiriener's Battle- i field is a dead ringer for Friar | Hock, 1916 three-year-old cham-i picn. ! Pocatelio Tire Sales Inc. 1045 No. Main--Phono 2448 ·or 3 Little Girl's Wonderful Christmas! DOLL CARRIAGES 7 different sizes to select fi starting at W i c k e r s a n d f o l d i n g styles. S h a c k l e type Duchess u n der- carriage. $149 3 STATE HARDWARE CO, N. M.,in Phono 464 AT STACY SMITH'S 17-J«w«l Wrl.I Wnlch. Waler- proof-Shockproof S24.75 Hi-Clo Enamel In While and S attractive colors per ql. S 1.25 C. I. Cushion rooted Sockl SOc G. I. Wrl«! Compai. S 1.75 Navy BIank«l-Llned Overall. J S.75 Navy "T" Neck Sweater S 3,00 Navy All-Wool Watch Cap 85e Army While Ski Parka_S !.00 New Army Eovorstble Psrka S1J.75 Army Draw Siring FIftId Jnck.l f «.SS C. I. Hunting; Knlle wilh Shaath __- $ 1.2S Wool-rnUd Sleeping Bag SH.50 New Army Pup Tent S 5.95 Dresi Ov«r*ho« wilh Zipper » .»0 4-Buckl« Work Overiho* S 5.20 N-l Na»y Deck Jacket SH.50 Oullleii Lined 5urco=l SH.S5 TACY MITH', ARMY STORE 536 EAST CENTER Phone 3542 Houri; 1:00 to 6-.00 Long Island because "We just can't cope with their height." Dale Toft is the big man in the Denver lineup. Standing 6'6", Toft iias made most Rocky mountain fans forget smooth Vince Boryla who played at Denver two years ago and who WHS named on many ill-America teams. DENVER WILL play Niagara -n Saturday; Toledo on Dec. 12 and Drake at Des Aloines Dec. 14 before returning home, about the ;ame time as BYU. But chances are good, that the Pioneers and Cougars have not seen the last of New York for this year. The big tournaments are in March, and it's a lead-pipe cinch one, or possibly both teams, will be fighting for top honors when that time rolls around. Boxing Show Swung To College Gym Site of the Idaho State college intramural boxing tournament has been switched to Reed hall. THE IDAHO State gym will be used for both the elimination bouts Wednesday night, and approximately 36 final matches, Thursday evening. Weigh-ins were scheduled Tuesday at 4 p. m. t at the college gym. About 30 boxers have entered the tournament. BOXERS ARE competing as teams, but individual awards will be made to the winners. SMALLER PACKAGES MORGANTOWN, W. Va.--Football squads flying to play West Virginia must use two DC-3s instead of the conventional one DC-4 because of the limitations of the airport. Rex Layne Honored LEWISTON, Utah (UP)--Almost 300 hometown followers of heavyweight hopeful Rex Layne crowded into the Le*.viston community hall Monday night to honor their pride and joy. An equal number was turned away from the hall, which heretofore always has been ample for Le wist on gatherings. BabyTran't fall oat... and Mom's free from worrr- New ExTenda Legs raise for feeding, lower for play. Harry Yarnell 330 North Grant Phone 2246-M Pocutello KENTUCKY VVHISKEY-A BLEND NATIONAL DISTIUEKMODUCTS aw., X.Y. -Hwoof ·«%6WiHH£uiwn5fimn

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