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Blanda's Field Goal Upsets 49ers, 20-17 ..''.' . ' 'By United.Press ' . - ' - , . ·';: ' ' ·- George Blanda's fine footwork and Frarikie Albert's faulty \headwork decided the-issue as the Chicago Bears tightened up the National Football League race by-upsetting the'San'Francisco Forty Niners, 20 to 17. The Bears, 40 to 16 losers, to San Francisco two weeks ago and 15 point underdogs, pulled the -miracle of the 1952 campaign yesterday in San Francisco's Kezor Stadium. The Forty, Niners had' swept their five previous starts' this year and had rolled up eight straight victories extending back to the 1951 season. A sellout crowd of 59,700--one of two capacity throngs drawn as the league reached the half- The Statistics yirat downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Passes attempted Passes completed . Number of punts ? Average at punts. Penalties axalnst . . Tarriji lost by penalties Bears 15 117 103 24 ' S 8 ·43.3 7 51 170 14T - 28 16 7 41. T ·45 way point in its 12 game schedule--watched Blanda play the hero and Albert the goat in the final quarter. . Blanda Kicks Field Goal Blanda provided' the winning points with a 48 yard field goal in the final minutes after Albert, the San Francisco quarterback, set up the touchdown which enabled Chicago to tie the score at 17 ail. Albert, one of the league's smartest signal callers, gambled by running on fourth down on his own 33 and failed. Three plays later, Steve Romanik threw a scoring pass to end Bill Wight- kin to tie the score. The Bear victory helped tighten the race in both divisions. The Detroit Lions, second in the National Conference, sliced San Francisco's lead to one game by Six Inch Scoring Pass SAN FRANCISCO --UP-Quarterback Frankie Albert and end Gordie Soltau of San Francisco teamed on a six Inch touchdown pass against the Chicago Bears yesterday but they missed the National · Football, League record for the- shortest completed pass by two inches. The league lists Cecil Esbell's four inch touchdown toss to Don Hutson for Green Bay against the Cleveland Rams in '1942 as its shortest completed throw. downing the Cleveland Browns, 37 to 6. before a capacity crowd of 56,029 in Detroit's Briggs Stadium. San Francisco has a 5-1 record against Detroit's 4-2 mark. The Browns began the day with a one game lead in the American Conference but, fell .into a' first plabe tie with the New York .Giants. Both have 4-2 records. The Giants beat the Chicago Cardinals, 28 to 6, in Chicago's Comiskey Park. -The Giants, Cardinals and Philadelphia Eagles started out in a three way deadlock for second and the Eagles-lost their chance to grab a share of the lead by bowing to the Green Bay Packers, 12 to 10. In the other games, the Pittsburgh Steelers edged the Washington Redskins, 24 to 23, and the' Los Angeles Rams coasted to a 42 to 20 victory over Dallas. The Cardinals and Eagles Ceach 3-3) are tied for second in the American Conference, while the Bears, Rams and Packers (also 3-3) are tied for third in the National. Coach Buck Shaw's Forty Nin- ers;'handed Coach George Halas' proud Bears the second worst defeat in their 33 year history October 39th in Chicago. It looked like another easy Forty Niner triumph yesterday as the Californians built up a 10 to 0 lead in the first 16 minutes on Gordie Soltau's .18 yard field, goal and Albert's six inch touchdown pass to Soltau. Bears Tio Score But the Bears made it 10 to 10 at halftime on Whizzer White's 35 yard field goal and Bob Williams' 14 yard scoring pass to Wightkin. Hugh McElhenny ran 17 yards in the third period to put San. Francisco in front again, 17 to 30, but then came Albert's mental flub and Blanda's fine kick. "We played-and beat a great club," Halas .said.'"But if San Francisco is going to win the division title, it will-have to watch out for the Rams and .Giants."' Sain Francisco will play the Giants'.Sunday- in New York and has two more games. with the Rains. - - -'. Bobby Layne threw two touchdown passes to end Leon Hart, and fullback Pat Harder kicked a 43 yard field goal as Detroit whipped Cleveland. A .snarling defense, led by-ends J»m Doran and Blaine Earon, gave-Cleveland ·m- passer Otto Graham so much trouble the Browns scored their only. points on 12 and 41 yard field goals by Lou Groza. Fullback Ed Price scored two touchdowns, one on a 75 yard run, and quarterback Charley Conerly threw touchdown passes to Bill Stribling and Bob McChesney as New York beat the .Cardinals. End -John Martinkovic went seven yards with a blocked kick to provide Green Bay's victory! margin over Philadelphia; Ram' fullback Dan Towler scored two touchdowns in the romp over; Dallas, and Steeler ' Fullback j Fran Roger's one . yard plunge | was the deciding touchdown! against Washington.- The summary: near* Left ends -- McColl, Boflmnn. · L«rt tackles -- Connor, Cross, y. Wll- llaros. Left Kuards-- -Barwcgen, Bradley. Center -- Hanson. Kipnt guards -- George. Clark. JMRht tackles -- Turner, Bishop _ Right ends -- Schrooder, Wightkin, Bprtn- Quarterbacks -- B. Williams, Romanik Blanda. Left halfbacks -- Hunslnger, Lesane. T U l . l t n ' -Stone, Kindt, Dooley, Campana. White. Rlsht halfback Macon. Fullbacks--Morrlsm, Campbell. Forty NlnerB Left ends--Soltau, Powell. Henke. Left tackles--Toneff, Collins, Campora Left, guards--Smith Momsen, Feher. Centers--Johnson, wlsmann. Rlrht suards---JBanduccl, Burke. RlRht tackles--Jlomelrnl. Carapella. Right ends--Wilson. o'Donahue, Endrlss, Quarterbacks--Albert, Powers, Tittle Left halfbacks--Boone. Berry, Cathcart. RlKh halftiacks--McElhenny, Wagner, Cason. White. Fullbacks--Perry. Brown, Aldridge. Score By quarters Bears , o - 10 0 10--20 Forty Niners 3 7 7 0--17 Bears--Touchdowns, Wightkin (21: field goals, White, Blanda; extra points, Blanda Forty Nlnera--Touchdowns, Soltan, McElhenny; field goal, Soltau; extra points. Soltau ( 2 ) . Officials: Referee -- Bowsn ( U C L A l , , head linesman--Hutchison (DSC) ; umpire! --Terremere (Santa Clara): Held Judge-! Underbill (St. Mary's); back judge--rfoth- ert (Stanford). THE FRESNO BEE Fresno ' Gal - Mon - Nov - 3 - 195 ? -9-B Ball Wins 100 Mile Race, James Is Hurt Seriously By Ed Oman The Fresno Bee sports editor SAN JOSE -,.,Bobby Ball of Phoenix, Ariz., won the 100 lap American Automobile Association big car race here yesterday in which Joe James of Van Nuys was seriously injured in the next to the last, contest on the AAA's national/championship circuit. . Ball took the lead in. the race on the forty seventh lap on which James'was injured in a spectacular accident in front of the grand- stan"d at the Santa Clara County Fairground. · The 27 year old, unmarried ex- hotrod driver from Southern California was a half lap ahead of Ball and the other drivers as he started to ride £is car high on the approach to the northwest turn. He drove into the rear right wheel of Duane Carter's car, jackknifed into the steel fence, bounced onto the track, careened back into the fence again, pitched back and nosed over on the racing strip. - . · the track, pushed and got back James was not thrown out into tne rurming and ran for scv- His injuries consist of a skull eral laps while the race was fracture and .internal injuries.| slowed because of the James ac- His condition is critical. cidfent Then he was waved into it FOR-TOUCHDOWN--Hugh McElhenny, the. San Francisco Forty- Niners' sensational rookie halfback, is shown sprinting 17 yards for a touchdown against the'Chicago Bears in the Bay City yesterday. .Bears chasing are Billy Stone, 45, and Don .Kindt, 6. Teammate J. R. Boone,.24, is in the background. The- Bears upset the -Forty Niners, 20 to 17, with a fourth period field goal. · · ' . ' AP.Wirephoto League Draws 209,641 NEVY YORK --UP --The National Football League drew a total of 209,641 fans, including two sellout Crowds, to its six games yesterday. A capacity, crowd of 59,700 watched the Bears beat the Forty Niners in San Francisco and a full house of 56,029 cheered the Lions to victory over the Browns in Detroit. Club officials estimated nearly 10,00.0 fans were turned away in San Francisco. The Rams and Texans drew 30,702 in Los Angeles; the Giants and Cardinals drew 27,195 in Chicago; the Steelers and Redskins played' before 25,866 in Washington and the Packers arid Eugles brought out a small crowd of 10,149 in Milwaukee. Individual 'Statistics Bulldog Cagers Start'Drills With Six Lettermen Six returning lettermen and a top junior college transfer will form the nucleus of the 1952-53 Fresno State College basketball squad. Coach Dutch : Warmer- dam called his first practice in the San Joaquin Memorial High School gylmnasium this afternoon. Warmerdam will tutor 'the var- ter may be awarded some points as he piloted in a relief role Jimmy Reece of Oklahoma City from the thirty first lap on. Carter finished tenth, good for 30 points, in Reece's car. Carter, a Fresno product who was on hand to race for the first time since his accident in Detroit several weeks ago, did not try qualify in his car. He reported "the rear end blew up." He will get it in shape for the Phoenix event. Billy Vukovich of Fresno also ran into trouble, spinning out and ramming a backstretch fence on the forty first lap. Vukie was third behind James and Ball at the time and pouring on the coal in J. C. (Aggie) Agajinian's No. 98, in which Ruttman won the Indianapolis classic. As he came roaring out of the turn onto the backstretch, he went into the costly spin. He was towed onto Race Is Slowed The race was slowed during the pits and declared out of competition by AAA officials who l^ceTo^a^s'to^a^lan^e *?** shouS have come mto hTsp!tara«er a hrwa 0S prie a d n fromfe rtpl HTtltti chSk Ws ^ *.!,, 1 ...i,;«i, -i~-i.«, wis leciiniccu cnecK, . ', | Johnny Boyd, another Fresno i pilot, driving Aga.ianian's new a v,npf fpw l Watery car - No - , 97 . could not for f0r sume . .... brief few field second spot until the accident. Because of the slowing of the race, no elapsed time nor miles an hour record were maintained for Ball. crack at but missed out as IS' qualified ahead of him. Boyd probably will attempt to qualify in the same car in the Phoenix event. It'was 'Ball's' first victory in| Carter, took over the wheel the AAA national circuit. The 26!?-eece s mount after Recce year old Arizona cotton farmer,]into the pits with an eye injury, who raced in Fresno on many oc'-: A clod _of dirt splattered casions in - midget car competi-'from his goggles into an eye. tion, finished fifth in the In-1 Carter barely limped in with the 'dianapplis .500 mile classic.this year. James formerly raced hot rods in Fresno. This year James captured the 1952 _Mid West sprint car championship in Indiana. Fresno pilots did not fare well at all in yesterday's event. Chuck Stevenson, who is leading the point race with one more event to go--a '100' rr.iler in Phoenix November llth--finished seventh in his red and cream No. 16 owned by a Springfield, 111., outfit and picked up 60 points, making his 'total 1,360 against 1,410 for Troy Ruttman, the Indianapolis winner who did not ride yesterday. Ruttman was present, however. It also is doubtful if he will race in Phoenix because WINNING MARGIN--George Blanda,'.a Chicago Bears' back, cuts loose with a 48 yard field goal which beat the San Francisco Forty Morrison , 12 William 2 Stone 1 Cfimphnll ......... H Hunslnser ........ fl Macon 1 Kinds 2 64 --2 ·tfi --8 Lor.Kcst Avg. Run 3..1 3R --1.0 2.0 5.1 -- 0.9 4.0 5.5 2 18 6 4 E Forty Niners--· TCB Perry . :. 13 9 3 5 NTO p.7 SO :i I!) White 1 --1 McElhenny Albert Boone T.ORKCSt Avg. Run 5.2 14 5.9 36 1.0 n 3.8 12 --1.0 Shoemaker Hailed As Best In History By.Hal Wood SAN FRANCISCO--UP--Wee Willie Shoemaker, the silent lad the magic in his riding abil- 1 -° 2 :ity, is being called by veteran Aldrldge ; . 2 At.t. "com". HI Tci.i. Topjwest coast horsemen, "the great- ,- « *. -· Bears-Williams , Romanik . Forty Kinera Albert Tittle 16 .15 jl At a. Omp. XT .T McColl WlElitk-in Forty Nlner-t--. No. Rcctl Boone 3 McKlhenny . . . . . . . . . 3 S Pnrry 2 Wilson 3 Yds .IB Tfi Yds. Hill Wins Cycle Crown; Oregon Rider Is Killed SAN MATED---UP--Bobby Hill, of Columbus, O, took place in the expert division of the California motorcycle racing championship which saw one driver killed ycs- Rifle Club Beats Guard Reserves The Fresno Rifle and Pistol Club team won over the National Guard Reserve in a .30 caliber g-J J:est jockey" in the history of 'At. "TOP!thoroughbred racing. »5 J i That is taking in a Jot of. ter- .ritory, especially in view of such s -1 great riders of the past as Earl niSande and Isaac Murphy, and 2'such stars of the 'present as Eddie Arcaro and Johnny Longden. "But Wee Willie has something special," says Abe- Kemp, a vet eran turf writer who has seen Tds. o i o them all for the past 40 years. "I don't know what it is. He just sits there. He _doesn't even have to use the whip. He is a hard rider and by some .magic, when LEAVING YOUR TROPHY 6UARPEP !M_THE FIELD HANDKERCHIEF Do NOT ALLOW SAME TD LIE ON THE GROUND ANY LONGER THAN IS NECESSARV AFTER DRESSING rr OUT, ELSE, rr SPOILS OUCKLX/- IF IT (S TOO HEAVY TO MOVE' BY -VDURSELF^ WORK -TREE UMBSj STICKS? ROCKS, ETC. UNDER THE -PRIZE TO RAISE IT OFF THE GROUND. freshman team, in the Fresno! High School gymnasium this afternoon. Fred.Bartels,- the team's-leading scorer last season, will lead the returning monogram winners whicli also include Don Viel, Lowell Reynolds, Hugh Shaffer, Hollis Shannon and Terry Sadler. Heading the newcomers is flashy Len Tucker, a transfer ^rom the College of the Sequoias jwhere he was all conference and i made several all tournament I teams.. '-Tucker is 6 feet, 2 inches tall and is very fast. ; The Bulldogs -will face a rug- ^ged 29 game schedule and hope | to have their new gymnasium ready for action by time_ for the initial' home 'game against the University of Nevada Wolf pack. Long Beach Hounds jWin Los Banos Trials DALLAS, Tex. -- UP -- The | LOS BANOS--Hounds owned name of Penn State is making!by Joe Hooker of Long Beach the unofficial rounds as the like- took two -first places here yps- ly prospect to meet the South-iterday to highlight the fifth an- \J7itic-f- f~ t m-ifaY*nt-inci n h o m i - i i n n -f V i i p I M I i a 1 A TToT*'i/^avi TJ"o-nvial r^lnVi'e Hanks Gains Points The main change in the standings came when Sam Hanks picked up 100 points in finishing fifth, moving ahead of Carter with 1,230 for third position. Car- Niners, 20 to 17, yesterday. Holding for Bianda is Whizzer White, 33. Watching is Don Kindt, 6. The falling Forty Niner is Pat O'Donohue. Penn State May Get Cotton Bowl west Conference champion this year in the seventeenth annual New Year's Day classic in ,the Cotton Bowl. Although officials withheld comment for publication, Penn State is the most likely prospect unless the Big Seven and Southern Conferences lift their ban against post season bowl games. Penn State, which probably will play against Texas if invited, loomed as the best bet ahead of a. field which includes once beaten Tennessee, twice tied Mississippi, once beaten Alabama and once tied Villanova. Georgia Tech, naturally, is expected to be the No. 1 choice for the big bowl game, but the fact Tech already paid the Dallas I bowl a visit this season to play j Southern Methodist figured to pare the allure of a return trip. A lot of things could"happen he wants the horse to run faster. COVER rr WITH PINE.; PRRUCE OR between now and late November, the horse just starts going. And; F l'R TVPE BOUGHS IF POSSIBLE (AS ;when the actual selections are he is a great'judge of pace andj ABOVE) TO SHED RAIN ...OR SNOW 'announced, but unless the Big msb,Tu:e , USE KOCKSTO y/EISHT DOWM IF' .Seven and Southern loops have silent little jockey, \vho at* ,,,,,.,,., ,,, , ,,,_,,, .,,,,_ ,. ia .change of heart, all signs toint 21 is making about $100.000 a y e ar p i l o tin WIND -IS LIKELY. THIS COVERING a possible 1,250. The guardsmen scored 942. Members of the .whining team · --~-, c ^,"" --·,·= -·«··'---~-«~i Tnp v Rir?n=: AWAV A uAMni^cD i " c ··" " u ll vv c =· i- -ujuei-em;e were. Henry Wright '231, 'Fred'aroundthe ; ovals; at the nation^: TM^ P S/^AHANDKER champion automatically gets the to the Lions. The S o u t h w e s t Conference ^'Y^f 1 ^ Mea ?§ ws -. ,, , I^V^T'sc^riiftarBm'A^'^or'trachi'Srs become a men" i CHIEF KEEPS COVOTES AWAV BUT ,* al P* Moores, 33 "A. Bend, ^, r0 aS anf T enn*rrt R',,?W «S. ace to the track owners. I .NOT OTHER ANIMAL Ore., was killed in a practice run accident while warming up for what was to be his last race. He had promised his wife he would give up the sport .before he- fell over the handlebars of his motorcycle and was thrown to ,the! ground. Hill captured the top spot over the 14 mile route with a time of 10 minutes 6:64 seconds. He finished a quarter of a mile Jn front of the second place man. Don Hawley, of Inglewood. Ed 'Kretx. Jr., of Monterey Park, Was third, The winner averaged 83.7 miles nn hour from a standing start. Seven of the starting field of 10 finished the race. In the 12 mile amateur event, .Samps Sicks of Long Beach, -was first with a time of 8 minutes 59.S3 seconds. George Seplveda, Redwood City, was second and Maurice Burton, Salt Lake City, Ct. finished .third. -Troy Lee, Oceanside, captured the 10 mile novice event in 7 minutes, 45,61 seconds. Second place went to Clarence Hoaglin, San Francisco while the third position went to Johnnie Miicken- phaler, Westminster. Peter Duke-of Fresno .placed fourth in the 12 mile amateur 1 race, being clocked at 8 minutes, '59.83 seconds for-the distance. Bob.Murphy of Merced w ; as fifth, In the : same event. . The .University of Florida football team used 15 ball carriers in .-their first four ,games and 12 ! different 'Caters scored points. gelo 208, and Leonard Butler 203. The guard team included Fay White 210, Jim Prentice 198, Bill Mayo 189, Richard Menezes 1'75, and Gregory Gomez 170. The match included 10 shots offhand at 200 yards, slow fire; 10 shots sitting, sustained fire; 10 shots prone, slow fire, at 300 yards; 10 shots sitting, siow fire at 300 yards and 10 shots sustained firs, prone, at 300 yards. Northwestern Again Loses On Field Goal EVANSVILLE, .111. -- AP -North western's football- team should tear down the goal posts every time it sees Ohio State coming. Saturday, for the fourth time in eight seasons, a last quarter boot rescued an Ohio victory over the Wildcats. Before a national television audience, Ohio's 128 pound Thurlow (Tad) ^ Weed thumped a 17 yard field goal with six .minutes left -to 'nip Northwestern, 24 to 21. -, -. · · ' : . NBA Standings Nearly.every horse he has rid-!' den this Fall at Bay Meadows and Tanforari instantly has be- co_me the prohibitive favorite to win--even w h e n his m o u n t should be at least a 6 to 1 shot. "The trouble with Shoemaker around the track," says a long time hoss player, "is that if you bet him, .you barely get your money back, even if he wins. If you don't bet him, he'll beat you by a nose- and you can kick yourself all over the track for trying to beat him.. The best.thing to Golf News Sol' Sanchez and Martin Errota- berre will play Gene. Starr and Russell Weaver Sunday in the finals of the Fresno Airways Club's best ball team match play tournament. ' Sanchez" and : Errotaberre defeated Ed Barsetti and V.. Negi- zio, 2 and 1, and Starr and Wea : ver ousted . R. E...Monical and when'he's in a race is not to. Ben . Yr i e , 5 and 4, in: the semi- ifinals yesterday.' Although he was. suspended for 10 days during the Bay Meadows " 'Second found play in the Berg^ SSS^ab more^ha? Shelby trophy competitioix at rival.. During the firstthree days I the Fort Washington Golf Club of the Tanforan meetuijg he rode|continuedvyesterday. 11 winners--on two days getting four horses home in' front. .He turned .'that trick three. 1 times at Bay Meadows, too." '.-' " .. Shoemaker will not win the na- Fred -Beck and Joe Josephine defeated. Jim Hoffman,and Gerald Beck, 2 and .1; L. W.. Bodell and Ed Fas'sett defeated Roy Jen- tipnal riding, .championship-this i sen and Joe Yrulegui,.! up; John Neur York Philadelphia Boston .-.. Syracuse- , Baltimore Eastern Division W 1, 1 0 1 1 . -1 · 1 1 1 1- season--as he · did.-Ttwo years !ago when-he tied --with"-. Joe Gulmone for ..the title--but he-'will finish a ' . - o f host role in' the Cotton Bowl,. which is operated by the conference, and that. team also gets to help select its foe. Spokane's Al Mengert Wins Mexican Crown MEXICO , CITY-- AP-- 'Al Mengert of Spokane, the runnerup for the United States National Amateur .championsliip earlier this. 'year, .defeated Count -Henri ! LaMaze of France, 1 up, . in the ' 36 hole finals of the Mexican National Amateur golf champion-, ships yesterday. nual American Kennel Club's field trial for Beagle hounds. car as did Frank Armi of Hanford in his No. 38, the last qualifying car. Armi did not make stop and finished tenth. The order of finish was Ball. Mike Nazuruk, Paul Russo, Jack McGath, Hanks, Bob Scott, Stevenson, Walt Faulkner, Bill Bryan, Reece, Carter, Armi and Manuel Ayulo. Johnny Parsons, one time Indianapolis champion, conked out of the fortieth lap. Nazaruk picked up 160 points for second spot but is not in the first 10 in the .national race. Russo added 140 to his 920 to stay in seventh spot. McGrath set the fastest qualifying time of 37.47 MPH for the mile. James was second best, Ball next and then Bryan. McGrath picked up 120 points for third place and has 1,200 and is fifth back of Carter. Ralph De Paima-, the old time speedway king, drove the pace car. About 8,000 fans attended in ideal weather. Ike Jones Will Help j$F Gators Top n: -- ill ~" : - "! - Chico, 39 to 19 Direct' Louis Movie LOS ANGELES -- UP -- Ike Jones, the star UCLA football e.nd, has been signed as an assistant director for a motion picture based on the life of former heavyweight champion Joe Louis. Jones was signed after conferring with the picture's producer, Sterling Silliphant, who flew here over the weekend from New York. Shooting on the picture is scheduled to start January 26th. Jones, who will be the first Negro to complete the motion P icture course at UCLA, lives in anta Monica. In the UCLA 28 to 7 win over California Saturday, he caught nine passes, a school record, including one for a touchdown. SAN FRANCISCO--Halfback Johnny O'Shea powered the San Francisco State College Gators to a 39 to 19 homecoming football victory over the Chico State College Tigers here Saturday night before 4,500 fans in Cox Stadium. O'Shea scored twice as the Gators rolled up a 20 to 6 halftime advantage, struck for 13 more points in the third quarter, and then coasted home with reserves playing most of the time in the final period. SP State 13 7 13 B--38 Chico state 0 6 0 13--19 Touchdowns: O'Shea. 2. Nave, smith, Bremond, Duncan. Chico--Marcus, Younf, Mnderos. Points n/ter -touchdown*: 3ram- mferler 3. Chico--Madisros. Af Cbfom Smart # tfr^^i!? CHOICE! IS THE DIVIDEND Krick- arid 1 Walt Babey .defeated eiiffiHale..and-Dave.Benson, 1 up. -Qualifying- play' for. -the mem-j bership cup' the Pet. ·1.000 .500 : .500 .500 .000 Western Division .Minneapolis 2 - 0 '} .000 Rochester '..'.. 1 0 1.000 Milwaukee .......... 1 0 · : 1;000'.' Fort Wayn» ......... 0 2 .000* . Indianapolis ; . ^ . . * . . * . 0 2 - .000 ". Syracuse 117, Philadelphia: 91.' Minneapolis 81. Fort Wayno 69. Only games scheduled. SOULE STEEL BUILDINGS I strong , second. By the a^sL -«jj. tutu amp ^ujj LUUJ.HCLUICIIL en. jthe year he will 'be ..over the., 3001 Fort, wilir begin, /this weekend. mark for the second-timi?..Jirhisi^ : L young :· career. VJIe' 'already: -has i piloted" '"home. · .more\ than . 270 j winners, o. .; /.-.. v-': 1 ' . "·'''·'.-''' · ' ' 1 - " .Quarterback Bobby Layne and i halfback'; Doak Walker ;pf the De: trc'it laons also' were teammates on, the Highland':'Park (Texas) High'School t e a r m - ' . · ' :'. 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