The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California on January 2, 1949 · Page 15
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:ast Squeaks Jy West For 14 To 12 Win . By RUSS NEWLATD SAN FRANCISCO,-Jan. l.r-W)- Ltd by- fullback- John Panelli of Notre Dame, tho East igueezed out a 14 to 12-wiri over the West today In' the twenty fourth annual Shrine charity football game. A crowd ol more than 59,000 per- ·ons sat through: a chilly afternoon. The all itar collegians, assembled from many part;: of the county, battled on a muddy field. It rained during the early part of the game. The East, coached by Andy Kerr Scribes Pick Panelli SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1.-- ð--For the uecond time in a row, sports writers today picked a Notre. Dame player, this time fullback John Panel)!, at the most valuable player in the SaiUWes't football -same. Panel li received IS first place votes out ol 21. Three players tied for second place Honors: Jerry Williams of Washington State College; Don Doll of Southern California, and G*n» Rr.-ssides of Columbia, all back- fifJd men. Shrine officials (aid the came · netted more than- J100,- 000 lor Its program of-aid lor crippled children. : ' · ' ll'sy, Bernie Blerman of Minnesota and Tuss -McLaughry of Dartmouth, had anl-edge in both ground and aerial offensives. Panelll .'[« Big Gnu Panelli in the uecond period drove through the Weist's right 'tackle lor 15 yards and a touchdown. He carried the ball 17 times lor an average ol 5.6 yards. In the third poriod. East quarterback Gene Rossides of Columbia pushed through center lor two yards and a touchdown. Bob Dean ol Cornell place kicked his second ·xtra point. The West, tho shortender, made ft fourth period bid which resulted In its second touchdown. Left halfback Jim Finks ol Tulsa threw a 35 yard pass to right halfback Boi Goode. of Texas ASM. Goode made · sensational touchdown catch at the. goal line. The Westerners scored in the opening period when lelt halfback Don Doll of Southern California passed Irom the East's lour yard line to right hilfback Jerry Wil- The Statistics Jprit Downs TuiU Xait lirtU'itiaid liiininV n«O .....MS rnwud paisu attempted 14 Forward pauta cornel. 7 yards by torwapl pasui 33 Tonrard paasei tnter- ewUd by 8 xarda galnad, rutlbaek of Intercepted pauses ... S Ptmttnff averag* (from - icrtmnage) 3S.1 Total yards all kicks return? d 49 Opponent*' fumbles rt- covertd 1 Yards lost by ptnaltlei.. 48 w«st 10 till, 29 8 1 20 liams ol Washington State College. Williams nabbed the ball In the end lone alter it had been deflected by one ol the defending Easterners. Wert Lot** On Comrenkmc The West lost a chance to tie the ·core through the failure of Odell Stautzenberger ul Texas AM to convert the extrs, points. His placements wer« widci ol the mark each time. The West started out as 11 It would upset ita favored rivals. Doll connected with jeceivers on passes and fullback Bob Summerhsys of Utah smacked the line lor good gains. Th« squad, coached by Jet! Cravath ol Southern California, L. R. (Dutch) Meyeri; ol Texas Christian, and Ike Armstrong ol Utah, ground out '83 yards lor the lirst ·core ol th» colorful pigskin classic, played for the Shrine's · crippled childrtn'i hospital benefit. The East, however, Jumped Into si 7 to 6 lead early In the second quarter. John Simon, right guard Irom Penn State, recovered a rumble by Finks on the West 34. Gene Derricotte, right halfback from Michigan, reeled off nine yards and Panelll ran U yards to the berricotte added lour yards more, but a five yard penalty put the East back to the 15. Panelll then cracked through right tackle for the touchdown.. .·In the'third period, Joe.'Sullk Jnul, l«ft halfback Irom Dartmouth, , (Continued Outage 18), railer !n ; Fifth Walker, Rote Garry SMU "13 By TED SHITS DALLAS, Jan. 1.-- UP)-- AU America Doa^c Walker and hi« jrilllant sophomore' running mate- Kyle Rote carried Southern Methodist to victory, over Oregon 21 to 13 in the thirteenth annual Cotton Bowl game foday before a capacity crowd of 69,000. These two great backs needed all their running, passing-;and punting ability to overcome the Hat, last passes of Norman Van Brocklin, who engineered two sensational last g uarter touchdowns to climax a rllllant offensive contest. Southern Methodist, 'the South, west C o n f e r e n c e , champions, punched out a touchdown five minutes and 12 seconds 'alter the gam* started. -SMU added another in th» i -, *-,. *_ «,-.-- --i_- i-- third: period and then .alter Oregon ing of the, Fresno Falcon hockey had rallied to make the score li /«r,. t^rf.^ .ft»-h. «A...I»UI ,, *h. tans today after he ' ' MURAKOWSKI SCORES, THEN FUMBLES-Fullback Art Murakowski (30) of Northwestern fumbles the ball as he crosses the goal line from one yard out against California in the Rose Bowl .yesterday. The officials ruled he had entered the end zone before losing possession and called it a touchdown. Tackling him Is Frank Brunk. Northwestern won, 20 to 141 --AP Wirephoto |_M|» J f* iilliard Gives Falcons 3-2 Win Over San Diego Little Harry Hilliard Is the- dar- in the winning goal' in 6:54 of .an overtime eriot to beat the. San Diego Sky- lawks, 3 to 2, last night in the Tresno Sports Arena. The Falcons, slow to start, spot- ed the eager San Diego Skyhawks wo coals then slowly fought their way into a tie as they dominated he play during the last 45 minutes of play. Fresno's victory gave it 36 points, hree behind the leading . Oakland Daks, who were Idle. Tonight the ralcons will- meet .the Hawks again in San -Diego. It .was Fresno's eighth win in 10 ;ames this season against Ducky Skinner's cellar dwellers. Hilliard flipped. 'in the winning puck, taking a pass in front of the g al' from. NIc Cinor and Guy oach, A lew, minutes before Roach had been knocked -unconscious In a collision with the Hawks' rugged defeflseman, Morris ,Lallo. Bug Guy also scored the first Fresno goal In 8:09 of the second period. Bingo Kampman took t. Irom Charley Knox and Cinor 'or the tying goal in 4:03 ol the third canto. The Hawks got both, their goals In the first as they came out rough ind plenty hot. Lallo punched the [irst counter in In 8:48 and John Baby counted the ' second live sec onds before the period, ended' when Fresno was ihbrthanded. In San Francisco, the Shamrocks poured it on the Los -Angeles' Monarchs, winning, 8' to 1. Portland downed Tscoma; 5 to 2, and Seattle was leading- New Westminster, 3 to 0, midway, in the. third period ol their games last night. The lineups and summary: The game was typical of the San Diego-Fresno brawls: rough , and a constant march of skaters to the penalty box. The police were summoned to quiet down Eddie Redmond ol the Falcons and Joe McArthur of the Hawks. Redmond said McArthur deliberately slashed him, after which he chased 'him around the rink in retaliation'. Both got five minute ma,1or' penalties lor lighting and two minute minor assessments for slashing. While they were in the penalty box. Charley Knox was caught hooking, leaving Fresno with three men and a goalie. While short handed, Baby scored the Hawks' second goal. Frenno p 0 ». Bun 3rennan ........ G ........ Frechette Kampman ....... RD ........... Baby Robertson ....... LB .......... McKay Bellinger ........ C ....... MeArthur count( ; d a third to a margin' the cochampions of the Pacific Coast Conlerence never could overcome. . ' . - ' · Walker Bun* Ar» Checked A tight Oregon.- defense limited the driving, twisting ·; Walker to nine yards as his longest running gain, but the 163. pound junior showed himself a mighty hero by passing on a par with van Brocklin. quick kicking once lor almost 80 On The Nose yards to the Oregon six Inch Jin«. and throwing vicious blocks when. ever he gave the ball to «nyon« else In his backlleld. ; Van Brocklin, however, was not jlaced in the shadows even b Walker. He passed 23 yards to Dick Wilklns in the end zone lor the first ol Oregon's late touchdowns. A l«vJ moments later .he threw another to Hllllard Peterson (unassisted) 8,00, Pftnaltlea--Skinner (too many playera on Ice). Alken Chookini:) Redmond (holding), Alkec (Interference) PO* (interference). Third period: Scorinc--4 Frtano Kvnp man (Knox-Clnor) 4:33. P*n*ltle§--Z,«.ll Fresno ,. .0 Sin Dl«to 2 perioda: Brennan * fl 8 T Frechett* 2 11 13 ASCHENBRENNER GAINS FOR WILDCATS --Halfback Frank Aschenbrenner (22), Northwestern,' squirts through.'California's line lorra three yard gain in the first quarter of yesterday's Rose Bowl game in Pasadena. Trying to pull him down are halfback Paul Keckley .(42) and quarter- .. MILWAUKEE:, -'Jan. n-/Bert Lytell^- Fresno, Call!., No. 1 ' contender lor the middleweight boxing crown . ol Marcel 'Cerdan today knocked out Jerome Fra- tier in one minute, 14 seconds ol the filth round of -a scheduled 10 round light today. A crowd ol 5,575 paid $14,472 to M Milwaukee's Frazier mix it up in every .round -with the dusky Callfornian, But Lytell made every punch · telling; .one and kayoed Frailer, with tie same left hook to the- jaw whl:h had floored him for a nine count in the third i round. Frazier sought to ulug it out but Lytell's superior punching had . won every round. Lytell weighed in at 162 pounds TD Crazy Texas Is Victor Over Georgia ' 'By STERLING SLAPPEY MIAMI-(Fla.), Jan. 1--VPl--Texas put aside defense .and went touch down crazy in the Orange Bowl today to defeat favored Georgia'41 to 28. The biggest crowd in 'Orange Bowl history, 60,523, saw the upset and some terrifically hard tackling, blockins and running 1 . They also saw more points scored than ever before in the Orange Bowl. Georgia's 1942 defeat of TCU by 40 to 26 was the previous highest point making. against 158% tor Frazier.-the .Wisconsin middleweight. top Texas Win* In Line Play It was Texas'linesmeni outweighing, out running and by far out playing Georgia s forwards, who won lor the Longhorns. Both teams were offensive minded. There was no kicking on third downs. It was run or pass, and' Texas was best at both. Until late in -the game it was a cass of \vho.scored last which determined the - current loader. The winnlng'margin'changed hands five times. Texas, did not. get the final lead until four minutes before the game [Never Say Die William, Mary Team Whips Oklahoma AM RONALD AUTBY 'HIS (Tenn.), Jan. 1.--W-A never say die William and Mary ·laven scored a 20 to 0 victory over Oklahoma AM in the Delta ' ' Bowl on three sudden-thrusts and L three terrific gaal line stands. j Three times in the first half, · v Oklahoma pushed inside .thr Vir- · ''ginians' .10 yard line,, once .to the ; one loot mark. But their scoring punch lell as flat as last night's ' champagne. Then William and Mary came . back to score cm two passes and a · .' 70 yard run by a big bruising tackle, Lou Creekmur, who.had intercepted a pans. The- smallest crowd- lor any of the season's major college games her* -- 15:068 ·-- looked on; ' William and Mary, scored-lirst In the third quarter after a brilliant off tackle. 28 yard run by Jack (Flying) Cloud. who carried-the -ball to tnldfieM. A short pass, a . short run and another '21 yard · . dash by .Cloud brought the play to the Oklahona 14'yard line', -i Calmly, Tommy Korczowski lired J' a pass- to Lou Hoitsma, who scored i from the one ;mrd line. The Virginians racked up anoth- score on (he lirst play ol the quarter on a pass Irom 'Ski to Jack Bruce Irom the 23 yard line. Buddy Lex"-kick was good. - . · - . They had got the- ball on- a kick- oft lumble after their -first touchdown. Ken Roof fumbled the,kick, and Creekmur picked up the ball and ran over the goal. He was called back. Oklahoma Grabs Sugar Bowl Plum From favored NC back Tim Minahan (23). At left is halfback John Miller (15) of Northwestern. No. 11, at right, is. halfback Montagne of California. --AP Wirephoto Baylor Bears Beat Wake Forest 20-7 Ground Army Beats AAF TOKIO. Sunday, Jan. 2.--W-The US Army Ground Force eleven defeated the Air Force, 13 to 7. yesterday before a crowd of 20,000 Football Finals Sun Bowl at El Paso, Texas- West Virginia 21, Texas Mines 12. Salad Bowl--Drake 14, Arizona 13, Raisin Bowl--Occidental 21, Colorado AM 20. . At San Francisco--East All Stars 14, West AU Star, .12. . · Sun Bowl--West Virginia Lily Bowl, at Hamilton''.Ber- Chtcaip^December^ 17th"" 'He AUSTIN BEALMEAR ORLEANS, Jan. 1.--( Happy go lucky Oklahoma wal- NE' By ;W loped North Carolina, 14 to 6, in the 15th Annual Sugar Bowl grid classic today, putting a dead se: what was the winning touchdown on a line buck and added the point after. · . Both Texas and Georgia.left their defenses on the bench and played the way bowl folks like.'The lead played favorites l o u r t i m e s before half Yime with Texas going out with a 20-14 margin. Both Take To Offensive .There was little defense against .,,,, ,,,, ,,, ,,,,,, llulu the running during the : hal£ and. the favored Tar keels under their By LEKOY SIMMS BIRMINGHAM .(Ala.), Jan. 1.---05)-- The -Baylor Bears grabbed a big first half lead-and held on grimly in the final periods today to defeat Wake Forest, 20 to 7, in the Dixie Bowl ifootball game. ' The victors were much' superior for the first two periods, but were pushed airound in the,closing moments. About 20,000 chilled . fans saw the game.. n-] - , or - ous linish to a post season appear-i George Sims; star'Baylor left half; - - . . . . . ance it had undertaken with careless abandon. A- mighty throng of 82,000, largest ever to. see a football game in the- South, watched the Big Seven champions strike swiftly in the first and third periods and hold f°s' absolutely no defense against pass- thumbs most of ing. in the second quarter. Three ·.».,, . , »,, . passes were stolen, two of which a { led to touchdowns. The third ended ........ ,, ------- illc u ended. Halfback. Randy Clay, scored a goal headed threat. A fourth did no affect 'the game seriously. . 15th annual Orange Bowl one minute old baby when ' The was a bulky Al Bodine, Georgia's second string fullback, worked Undsr a Texas .pass out. in the flat, thrown: by quarterback Paul Campbell. The, big Youngstown, O., fullback lumbered - 73 yards lor ' a touchdown. .Two perfect blocks thrown by.Georgia linesmen 'made it look easy. Joe Geri kicked his lirst ol two placements during- the hall. . Texas's Billy Pyle, Burba Shands land Ray Borenmen began hitting the afternoon. . tustomers, knowing Oklahoma had started the Sugar Bowl- trip more or less as a lark, expected to see it wind up as a dead pigeon, But the red jerseyed Sooriers, who did not become serious in their pregame preparations until a lew days ago, took command in (Continued On Page 18) ecai But he cot his chance in the fad-1 on their 38 yard line. They, drove ing minutes of the fray when he!down, the middle intercepted John Carey's pass. Aside from the highly,important point of total scoring, the game practically went. all for the bis Oklahoma' team,-whictt outweighed its eastern opponents. The A$gies led In lirst.down, in yards gained rushing, and tied in passes-completed. The Oklahomans picked up*a- total ol 151 yards on their rushing game, compared to William and. Mary's--148. On *ix _ _ _ . _ _ o n the same number ol completed heaves. The score: passes the Aggies '-picked . up yards to W. M;'s 53 yards Oklahoma AM 0 William Mary.O 0-- 0 14--20 William and Mary scoring- touchdowns, Hoistma (pass' from Korzcowski), Bruce (pats from Korzcowskl), Creekmur. Points after touchdown, Lex (2) (placements). of.the field into a slow Georgia team and Borneman went through a'huge hole at left tackle-lor Texas's-lirst of three touchdowns 'during the half. Randy Clay^s kick was wide* Longhorn Drive Flnles Georgia's cocaptairi Weyman Sellers intercepted a Texas .pass and Georgia-began to move. Seven tlays later Billy Pyle. Texas - halfback, intercepted va Johnny Rauch pass to end.-the threat.. The Longhorn drive .linled and Texas had to punt. ' Center Dick Rowan Intercepted another Rauch- .pass and ran the ball to Georgia's 24 yard line. A five yard -^penalty against Georgia helped Texas and then Tom Landry hit the 'center of the line lor Texas' second touchdown. Randy Clay's kick was good. In the second quarter Rauch's passes began to click to ends Gene Lorendo and Bob Walston. Joe (Continued On Page IS) Eariy - . put the Texans in front earl: intercepting a pass at his 40 and :ept _ line 52 yards to the Wake Forest Sammy Pierce, big fullback, drove across for the score with less than three minutes gone. Another Baylor touchdown drive had gone 57 yards to the Wake Forest ended. one when Fullback the -lirst period Jerry Mangum scored on.the opening play of the second quarter. The linal Bear score, on a 66. yard drive, resulted from' a short pass from Ray Painter to end Harold Riley. Hank Dickerson converted on the two final touchdowns. The Deacons rallied to score midway of the; third period when Southwest Seizes Sectional Honors In Rash Of Spectacles By WILL GRIMSLEY NEW YORK, Jan. 1.--Wl--Northwestern lived up to expectations with" a 20 to 14 last gasp victory over California in the Rose Bowl today, but the Southwest seized sectional honors in the rash ol post season football spectacles from coast to coast. The pass happy boys Irom the wide open.spaces won three major bowl appearances and provided the day's No. 1 shocker--Texas' 41 to 28 triumph in the Orange Bowl over Georgia's heavily layered Southeastern Conlerence champion a. Southern Methodist University, sparked by the great all America Doak Walker and sophomore Kyle Rote, overwhelmed Oregon, the Pacific Coast cochampion, in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, 21 to 13. "And Baylor made it a clean sweep for the W ' ~ .. ,,. ...,, Texans bv defeating Wake Forest, 20 to 7, in the Dixie Bowl in Birmingham. Some 500,000 Ian! paid around $2,500,000 to watch the most elab- orate New Year's Day gridiron presentation in history. In what had been, advertised as the closest battle on the 16 game program, Oklahoma, champion of the Big Seven, conquered North Carolina, 14 to 6, ,in the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. These two titans' of the 1948 campaign--North Carolina .was ranked third nationally and -Oklahoma . ' fifth--were rated - tossups when they ^squared off before the largest crowd ever to see a football game · in the South, 82,000. The defeat of California, .-ground out before'92,000 in'Pasadena,-left only Michigan, the mythical national champion, and Clemson, the Southern Conference titleholdcr, with,perfect records for the year. Michigan did not play In a bowl game because of a conference rule which prevented a return to the Rose Bowl. Clemson retained its unbeaten, untied status by whipping favored Missouri, 24 to 23, in the 'Gator Bowl in Jacksonville. Fetzer's punt bounced crazily and hit Sims as he tried to run away from it. James Lail .recovered for Wake Forest on the Baylor. 13. Mike Sprock took it over on third down. BUI George converted. Deacon's Fight .Back That was all- the' scoring, but far from all the action. Wake Forest fought well info Baylor territory twice in the last quarter and netted nine, first downs to two for the victors. The first- march ended on the Baylor 36 .when a short-pass from Carroll Blackerby was dropped and recovered by Jack Southern. Adrian Burk punted'Into the end zone. Then the .losers started again. Bill .Gregus and Sprock plowed for three -first downs. Blackerby passed to end Ed Hoey twice for 13. Lail broke through lor a lirst down on the Baylor 15, Here Bobby Griffin cinched the victory by intercepting a Blackerby pass in his end zone. Baylor Lose* -In Statistics The last half splurge gave the losers the better of the statistical battle. Wake Forest made 17 Urst downs to 11, and gained 191 yards rushing to 136. They also gained RW Bmrke Poltras Fresno spares--Roach. Redmond, Bac- carl. ^ Knox, Cinor, Ehamlock, Richardson, _ _ _ _ -Lallo. Curry, ValT- lancourt, Alken, warecki, Bt. Pierre, McCarthy, Skinner. Referees: Shaver and Wilson. rirst period: Scoring--1, San Dleso Lallo (Valllancourt.PoltranV 8:48:' 2,-An Dlepo. Baby (Warecki) ~ ~ --Hllllard . 19:53. Penaltlei (holding). Baby (hooklnf) Poltras (hoolilnc), Kumpman (Hooklnr) McArthur and Redmond (5 minutes lor flghtiaK and minor penalty for slashing) Knox (hooking). Second period: Scoring--3 Fresno Roach d pe ited) (freezing puck). Aikln (tripping). Overtime period: Scorlngj-- 'raino Mil- (Roach-Claor) 6:5*. Penalties--None ..,* n i l ·* t 2--26 5--31 muda -- United States.Navy All Stars 2S, -Kindley; muda) 6. Flyers-- (Ber- Dixie Bowl--Baylor ; 20, Wake Forest 7. ' Prairie B o w l -- W f l b e r l o r c e 6 Prairie View 0. Vulcan-Bowl--Kentucky State 23 Greensboro AT 13. Delta Bowl--William A Mary 20 Oklahoma AM 0. Harbor Bowl at San Diego--Villanova 27, Nevada 7. · Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, Fla.-Sul Ross 21, Murray State 21. Pineapple. Bowl, Honolulu--Or* gon State 47,.University.of Hawai: Vulcan Bowl,. Birmingham--Kentucky £tate_M,_G£eensboroA AT 13 For additional sports- news and pictures see pages 16,17,18 and 19. DALLAS (Tex.),, Jan. !.--(*) --The sports director ol an Oregon radio station, Rudy Lacnenmeier bl KGW, predicted Southern Methodist would beat Oregon, 21-13,. the exact score In todays Cotton Bowl game. Lachenmeler's prediction was dpwn in black and white, In the Dallas Morning News lor Friday--"hope Oregon wins, but I expect SMU will by a score 21-13." Photos Disagree On Wildcat TD PASADENA, Jan. , -1.-- (*)-- Th« Sunday morning quarterbacks will have a field day with-Jhis one. Three photograph*r:showed tov night that Art Murakowski, North. western fullback, fumbled approxU nately a yard out when he scored :he Wildcats' second .touchdown la today's Rose Bowl game, Will Lotter, California iullbaek, tell on the loose ball In the end zone, but the of ficlal .ruling at tht :ime was that Murakowski had It in lis possession when he' crossed th« goal stripe. Said referee Jimmy. Cain tonight: "Jay Berwanger (exChicago U star who was field Judge) was In a position to see the- play and h« called Murakowski .oyer the goal line lor the. touchdown. The rul« is explicit on the -point that when the ball passes on or .over the goal line it is a touchdown:- On his de« cision, which had. to be right because he was where: he could see, Murakowski had ..possession ol th« ball when he crossed, the line. J raised my hands in. token ol a touchdown." The rule itsell reads: "A touchdown is made when .the ball legally in possession -of a player becomes dead, any part ol it being on, above, or behind the opponents' goal line. 1 * Had it been ruled that Calllornia recovered legally, the ball would have gone to the Bears on th« 20 yard line. ·',. Former Star At Notre Dame, Dies CHICAGO Jan, l.-W-Robert W. (Bob) Skoglur.d, 23, who played end for Notre Darne and the Green Bay Packers, died .today. Death of the young; athlete, who was seen in action-by. thousands of college and professional football lans, was attributed'to A kidney in. lection. , Skoglund;injured;a knee in a vrit season-game against the Washing-' ton'Redskins: He underwent a kne« operation November ~24th In Pitts- «nd. returned-to his horn* In tered St. Francis Hospital In Evanston Friday. He began his at Loyola Academy in .Chicago, he was- on the Notre Dame team In 1944, 1845 and'1946. He was a member of th» East squad in. the 1945 and 1946 East-West games and played in the Chicago AU Star B ame in 1947. H« spent two seasons with the Packers. USF Nip$ Bradley In Last 15 Second* PEORU, Jan. 1.--Wlf-San Fran;' Cisco deleated Bradley in th« last 15 seconds ol play,-SO., to 58, in *, wild, see saw basketball game ttf. night. . - . - ' · . Other .results: · ·' · Unlv«rilty of San FrincHco «0, Br«4- Michigan 46. Toledo .43. _ Wuhmiton SUte 43, Connn 16, Nevsdi 59, Motjtain* SS. Stubborn Drake Fights Off Arizona Attack, Wins 14-13 By HENBY KIEGER PHOENDC (Ariz.), Jan. 1.--(UP) --A stubborn .Drake University Bulldog eleven repeatedly 'fought off a determined Arizona bid in the final hall of the second annual Salad Bowl game today, to win 14 to 13 before 17,500 lans. The Iowa team doggedly turned back the Wildcat eleven-'in a closely knit ball game which had the shirt sleeved crowd oh their leet throughout. Arizona wax stopped six times ng __ _ T _. T ,, 86 yards passing. 7;for~Ba~yJor,~but the 'two -pass- interceptions more .- · (Continued On Page 18) Boxer Sues For Lost Eye -.LOS ANGELES,'- Jan. 1.--tfPl--A former contender lor the heavyweight boxing championship. Art Lashy, '39, now. a Him cameraman, has sued a Pomona real estate man for $100,000 for the loss of his one good eye.-, tasky charged he los.t his left eye ... __,, in an auto crash last March 21st Wildcat 32 and marched to a score in Pomona because of negligence with fullback Frank Metzger going by the other driver, Frank A. Nagel. over from the one loot line. Dick He lost his right eye in a ring ac- Steere's conversion was good. cident in 1933. Arizona bounced back In the iec- within the .Drake 20 yard line in' the second half. Twice the Bulldogs received assists from the slippery grid soaked by yesterday's drizzling rain. A sun,. which beat down a'warni 65 degrees during the game, .failed to a dry out the field.- Arizona's elusive left- halfback, Eddie Wolgast, was the'hard luck player ol the 'game. Twice 'with only the goal line- in-Iront 'of him, fate opposed him. .Once he fumbled the muddy ball on the Drake eleven. Several plays '. later,. with less than four minutes to play and fourth down, he slipped and lell on the Bulldog one. period when guard Arvil StiJJe recovered an Arizona fumble on the ond canto with Wolgast skirting right end-lor-the-six.;points Irom, the two. Wrin' Tackett. booted the extra point. .-' Drake's linal'tally ;came a lew minutes later- .when,sub Iullbaek Floyd'-Miller intercepted Wolgast'i pass attempt on the' Arizona 15 and went unmolested the rest of the way. Steere came in to boot his twenty fourth, successful attempt out-of 25 tries during the 1948 season. . Charlie Hall, speedy Arizona lull- back, opened the second hall when" he took the kickofl on- his own live and went all the way to Drake's 16. But the rugged..Bulldog defensive combine,, with the aid ol a 15 yard: holding penalty, halted tht Wildcats 15 yards short of the goal line. · · . · · Eleven,minutes later Arizona recovered a · Drake Bulldogs' 26. On . lumble on the sixth the ilay, Wolgast went oil right tackle Irom the three to score: Tacketts conversion attempt lalled. Arizona outgalned the visitors almost two to one and in the second Drake scored midway in the Ilrst half' rolled up 13 lirst downs ' ' ' · '· lour. Total first' downs gave Arizona a- decided edge, 15 to 9. Score by periods: Arlzoni 0 7 6 0--13 Dr»X« 7 7 0 0--14 Touehdowni--Wolfut 2, )(tzfir, Mil- !er. Point -cfttr touchdowm--TicKttt 3, Sunn a.

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