The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on November 2, 1941 · 4
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · 4

Provo, Utah
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Sunday, November 2, 1941
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V PAGE FOUR PR5VO (tJTAHy , SUNDAY HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1941 aim i T7 rTT ' 'mTiT" wm COUGARS LOOK IMPRESSIVE jfL LOGAN VICTORY - BIG SEVEN STANDINGS ' ' W. L. T. Pet Brljrluun Tonne: ... 0 1 1.000 Utah . 2 Colorado 3 Colorado State .... 3 Denver 1 Utah State ....... 0 Wyoming 0 0 1 1. S 4 Z 1.000 0 .750 .667 J500 .000 .000 Saturday Results Brtagham Young 28, Utah State 0. Utah 46, Colorado 6. Denver 6, Colorado State 6. (Continued from Page One) center, tried to run with the ball, but was smothered by a horde of Cougars and dropped the ball right- in Tibbett's hands. Clair Lloyd kicked the extra point. Hardly had play resumed when Orr made a one-handed interception of another Aggie pass in midfield. The Aggies held and BYU was forced to punt for the first time in the game. Dee White-sides fumbled the kick on the BYU 20 and Tibbetts recovered for the Cougars. Orr rifled a pass to Jim Hecker who was, downed on the one-yard line as the half ended. In contrast to the first half, the third period was played almost entirely in midfield, being featured only by the Aggie lone drive which consisted of a long pass, Silcock to Wood. Wood was nailed on the Cougar 17. That was as far as the Aggies got and BYU took the ball on downs after Tibbetts, Mills and Lewis smothered Silcock's fourth down pass attempt. A 48-yard drive gave the Sons of -Brigham their final touchdown in the last quarter. Orr faded back and passed to Mel Anderson who gathered in the pigskin on the Aggie 14 and ran to the nine. Anderson made three on a reverse, the Aggies were penalized five yards for too many times out find Jerry Marking plunged over for the score. Lloyd kicked jhe. extra, point. th fourth straightBYU conversion. From the opening kickoff it was apparent the Cougars were flue for a field day, although they were goal shy the first three times they threatened. After one minute of play Gail Lewis recovered an Aggie fumble on the Utah State 31 and Long-hursts and Gardner drove to the six-yard line where the Aggies held. Utah State punted out but Grant Mulleneaux threw a long pass to Chipman who was tackled on the Aggie 10. George Wing fumbled and the Aggies recovered on the five. - Again the Farmers punted out, but once more the Cougars drove back, Wing passing a. long . one IP MM 3T IT J B H. MT IKS $ ? WHO has violated the spirit of the Non-Partisan Law in Provo? BECAUSE of the statements made concerning the undersigned in town and through the press, we want to say: WE BELIEVE the City Commission and City Government should BE non-partisan BUT not non-partisan like Commissioner McGuire, Commissioner Harmon and Mayor Harding believe it should be (as it now is) a nonpartisan Republican government! NOTE: During the last six years all of Provo's mayors and city commissioners have been Republicans (elected and appointed), although the nation, state and county have been Democratic. An overwhelming majority of all appointive officeholders are and have been Republicans, as well as the common laborers employed. This Condition Is No Accidentl BUT THE RESULT of the most subtle (foxy) partisan politics! WE BELIEVE Democrats as well -as Republicans should be elected in Provo- Democrats, as well , : as Repubicans, appointed and hired by our nonpartisan government. NEITHER PARTY has all the ability, dependability, and strong backs in Provo. WE BELIEVE it healthy and wise to elect some Democrats in Provo and insure a genuine, nonpartisan government. .. . ...... Signed-LeROY JOHNSON, ELMER L. TERRY V :tPaid' Political Advertisement) ?- Lfres i?baf Colorado Iii 46 to 6 Triumph SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 1 0J.R University! of, Utah's Redskins today showed 16,000 spectators in Ute stadium how a supposedly strong opposing team can "be -completely and thoroughly scalped, by trouncing a woozy University :ot Colorado football team, 46 to 6. The victory over the Colorado Buffaloes, previously unbeaten in conference play, put Utah, de fending Big Seven conference Champion, on top of the Mountain States circuit standings along with Brigham Young university. Neither the Utes nor BYU has lost a conference game, although Utah ' has ' been tied twice and BYU but once. It was the 16th victory for Utah over Colorado in an intercollegl- to Mills who was downed on the Aggie 10. The Aggies braced and took the' ball on downs on the three-yard line. " After that the . Cougars apparently became 'tired of being thwarted and began their second period scoring iorgy. Chamberlain, Bird, Nflsen, Lewis and Mills were BYU standouts on the line with Longhurst stealing the spotlight in the backfield. For the Aggies, Wood, Silcock, Whitesides and Axelgard looked best. Coach Eddie Kimball of BYU, said following the game, "It -was a hard-fought game. The boys played good ball. I am happy that we came out without any serious injuries." - Dick Romney, Aggie coach; "BYU had too much power for us. I rate this team the best the Cougars have ever had. However, we were hampered by the loss of Mel Manning, Marv Bell and Bill Twitchell who were out with injuries. The BYU-Colorado game should be a beautiful one. " Both teams are powerful but I believe the Cougars have more speed." Lineups: BYU Aggies Mills le. . . . . . Axelgardt Chamberlain ...It.. Sonderegger Dixon ler Sorenson Nilsen c. . . . Maughan Lewis rg. ...... Merrill Bird rt Moore Johns .re Putnik Chipman qb Silcock Longhurst lh Wood Mulleneaux ....rg Allen Gardner 'fb Jewkes Score by quarters: BYU 0 21 0 7 28 Aggies j 0 O 0 t O BYU scoring: Touchowns, B. Y. U. Longhurst, Jackson, Tibbetts, Marking. Points after touchdown Chipman 2 and Lloyd 2. Substitutions: B. Y. U. Jack son, b; Orr, B; Riska, g; Weed, fb; Bowers, E; Marking, fb; Holdaway, t; Anderson, b; Harris, e; Wing, b; Vincent, g; Kimball, qb; Tibbetts, e; Lloyd, g; Lee, e; Call, t; Evans, c; Mavrakis, g. Aggies A. Allen, e; Andrews, b; Chaote, g; Clark, c; Crookston, qb; Duncan, b; Goodwin, b; Howard, E; Ingersoll, t Martin, g; Paul os, b; Silcock, Wood, b; Griffin, e. . Officials: Referee, Kump; um pire, Ostler; linesman, Woolley;, field judge, Hines. ,r . v v ate grid rivalry started in 1903. Colorado has 17 wins in the series and there have been two ties. Start Out Even " The teams fought on fairly even terms for the first quarter with one unconverted touchdown for each. - Utah went .Into the lead in the second with another touchdown, put across three more in the third, period and went into the fourth stanza with third and fourth teams but stiU managed to tally 13 points., The most spectacular play of the game came within two minutes after the kickoff when Izzy Spector, the outstanding back on the star-studded Utah team, cut inside the Colorado left end behind perfect interference, crossed the field, - then' returned to the middle of the turf and made a bee-line for the goal, which he crossed standing tip!. Colorado - came back to score its six points five minutes later. The Buffaloes had the ball on the Utah 47. Quarterback Maurice ReUly dropped back to midfield and lofted a pass to End Stan Hendrickson on the Utah 23. Hendrlckson juggled the ball, accidentally tossed it into the air but caught it before it- hit the ground and ran over for a touchdown. Kicking Duel A kicking duel between Woody Peterson of Utah and Paul Mc-Clung and Vern Lockard of Colorado featured play until two minutes before the end of the half with punting distances about even but Colorado getting the edge on returns. Just before the half, the Utah Addelt brothers' team went into action. Huck Adelt tossed a pass from his own 45 to Gay Adelt on the Colorado 27 and Gay went over for the score. The third quarter was plain massacre for the Indians. ,The three-period touchdowns came on a pass from Gay Adelt to Mecham on his own 13 after a sustained march, on an end-around by Mack Speedie from the Colorado 26 after a fumble by Colorado's famed Paul McClung and on a pass from Mecham to Speedie that resulted in an interference penalty to the Colorado one, Mecham going over for the score. In the fourth quarter every man. on the Utah suad saw service. The first touchdown in this period was on a pass from Huck Adelt to Hatch good for 16 yards. The second came when McClung fumbled again, Utah recovered, and Wiscomb passed to Spendlove who took the ball as it rolled from the backs of two Colorado players and stepped over the goal line. Colorado had eight first downs to Utah's seven Utah's scoring coming on long runs. Utah out-gained Colorado in rushing, 269 yards to 89, while Utah gained 171 yards from passing to Colorado's 110. When, you insulate this fall, get the most from your Insulation dollar. 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Cornell 0 Colby 13, Maine -13 Detroit 15, Manhattan 0 Navy 13, Pennsylvania 6 Missouri 19L Michigan State 0 Ohio State 21, Pitt 14 Colgate 6, Holy Cross 6 Rutgers' 20, Maryland 0 Fordham 17; Purdue 0 Bates 19, Bowdoln 6 William & Mary 3, Dartmouth 0 Harvard 6, Princeton 4 Brown 7, Yale 0 Army 0, Notre Dame 0 San Jose State 33, Santa Bar bara State 14 Arizona State (Tempe) 6, Greeley State 0 Penn State 42, New York U. 0 Clemson 19, George Washington 0 South Carolina 13, The Citadel 6 Miami 6, Texas Tech 0 Case 27, Carnegie Tech 0 Marquette 6, Mississippi 12. Minnesota 8, Northwestern 7. Iowa 13, Indiana 7. Illinois 0,( Michigan 20. Wisconsin' 20, Syracuse 27. Iowa State 27, South Dakota 0. Kansas State 12, Nebraska 6. Oklahoma 38, Kansas 0. Wichita 13, Tulsa 0. L S U 6, Tenn 13. Georgia 7, Auburn 0. Alabama 30, Kentucky 0. Geo. Tecli 0. Duke 14. " ' Vanderbilt 34, Tulane 34. Baylor 12, TCU 23. Texas 34, Southern Methodist 0. Arkansas 0, Texas A. & M. 7. California 27, UCLA 7. Stanf ord"27, Santa Clara T. Oregon State 33, Idaho 0. Washington 21, Montana 0.. Washington State 13, Oregon 0. B.Y.U.-Utah State Statistics BYU Aggies Yds. gained rushing ....234 41 Yds. gained passing ....129 153 Total yds. gained 363 194 First downs rushing .... 12 2 First downs passing .... 3 5 Total first downs 15 7 Passes tried 17 16 Passes completed 6 9 Opponents passes intercepted 5 0 Penalties against 45 25 Avg. distance punts 34.5 37.3 Opponents fumbles rec. . . 3 2 SJLENTITE PRE -FIT WINTER WINDOWS Pre-fit lor Snsntifs Windows. Easily adjusted for ordinary windows. Tpxie dipped lor long lif. ' TYPICAL LOW PRICES-" 2' 4"3lr . . $2.97 r rx4'6-,.V.$3.30 r rK 6" . , . . 53.63 2'1Tx4' 6" . . . $3.79 Othsr prices on request. Install thtm yourssUV Lumdeii Co. AVE. PHONE 20 Provo., To JPish Region Three Standings W. I T.1 Pet Provo Lincoln - Pleasant Grove . Parson ; 5 O O 1.000 4 1 0 .800 , S 2 O .600 2 2 1 .500 Sprlngville . . . . . . 2 1 .500 Lent .......... American Fork 2 S 0 .400 1 4 0 .200 O S 0 .000 Spanish Fork Friday's Results ' Provo 32, Payson 13. Lincoln 7, American Fork 0. Pleasant Grove 25, Spanish Fork 20. Park City 12, Lehl 0 (non-lea gue). This Week's Schedule Provo at Sprlngville. Pleasant Grove at LehL. American Fork at Payson. Lincoln at Spanish Fork. . Region Three teams this week play the final round of the sched ule wicn TXvo ana Mncoin mucn nearer loop titles af ter victories in Friday's play. Lincoln has only to hurdle the weak Spanish Fork team to clinch the Class B title, and the Tigers showed they have the power to down the Forkers by tripping American Fork Cavemen Friday, 7-0. Provo's 32-13 triumph over Pay- son in the "Y" stadium boosted the Bulldogs nearer the league title and a triumph over Sprlngville this week will move the Green Wave into the state semifinals. Vikings Triumph Pleasant Grove remained in the running for the class B title by turning back Spanish Fork, 25-20, with a thrilling last-minute touchdown victory. " Lent stepped out of regional competition and was promptly slapped down by Park City, 12-0. The Provo-Payson game was a rough, slam-bang thriller, featuring long runs, intercepted passes, and a fierce rivalry. Bulldog power conquered over Payson I speed and fight but not until j after the Lions, sparked by an elusive fullback, B. Fowler, gave the Provo club a real scare. Provo scored a touefhdown in each .of the first three periods, then threatened by the Lions, pushed,- two across in the final stanza. ' Bulldogs Pass-Passes set up the first Buldog score, with Chad Clark passing to Garth Ford and then to Ken Duke to place the ball on the Payson 13 shortly after the opening kickoff. Mark Nilsen cracked over center for the score on the first play, then converted. It was Nilsen who set up the second score by blasting through the center of the line for a 2-yard romp, and Clark scored off-tackle from the 10-yard stripe, and Nilsen again converted. Long Bon-Alter Clark rambled 63 yards to place the ball deep into scoring territory, the half ended to half a Provo drive, a blocked kick on the Payson 25 set up -. the Provo touchdown in the third quarter. Clark passed to Duke on the 15, and then went around end to7 score The kick was blocked.; f Then, the Payson tcUib, ? which has been- threatening to start fireworks all afternoon, really began clicking. Fowler, a sub fullback, exploded through the line on one of the Lions' quick-opening "T" ; plays and romped down the sidelines 60 yards to score. Fowler Again 1 Again Fowler carried the mail, packing the ball SO yards to the Provo 25 on two plays and scoring on a reverse from, 'the 13. Clyde Heath converted," pushing the Lions to within ; 13-20 of the victors.; Then, Payson' threatened again and seemed headed for the tying touchdown when what might be called the turning point of the game occurred. Mahlon Rasmuson grabbed a Lion pass on his own 10-yard line and raced it back to midfield to pull Provo out of a bad hole. From there on down the field, Rasmuson plunged the middle, swept the ends, and ripped off-tackle to lead his team to an other touchdown. After leading Interference most of the afternoon, Rasmuson scored from the one-yard marker. Longest run of the day was Rasmuson's 72-yard jaunt which was called back. Final Score T " Provo's final ' score came just before the end of the-game. With the clock ticking off the closing seconds, i Provo called time out after every play, losing five yards on penalties each time but managing to score on a pass from Chad Clark to Leon Ford. ' - Lincom capitalized on an early break to score, against "American Fork then staved off Cavemen threats to move closer the B title. - i ' i: . Tigers Get Break A Tiger punt rolled out on the A. F. three-yard line, and the Forkers were able to kick, out tmiy to the; ' 21, ftom where Ralph . Peterson and Ed Reesha alternated in driving to the goal, Reesha finally ' scoring. The Tigers played good ball, throughout, stamping themselves agaln as one of, the top B teams In the state. . -Sensational Finish ' With three minutes to go in their e-ame' with Spanish Fork: thf Vikings were 'trailing, 19-20, 1 thin they fumbled, But the Dons Prep I numph Championships in .' turn muffed the ball, and Pleasant Grove scored on a sensational pass play the last 30 seconds of play to win the tilt.. The play, was"; a fitting climax to-. a wide-open, . thrilling ';. ball game, ' made 1 all the more : interesting by frequent, fumbles on the part of both teams. Kelly Giles played great ball and set up the final score. . , Payson Provo T. Heath ler. . . . . ,G. Ford Bowen ltr. ..... Hansen Manwell Igr Stubbs C. Heath ...c....... Ridge Clark rgl...... Whiting Lazenby rtl. ........ . Lee Barnett ....... rel L. Ford Powell qb. Clark Lant rhl Duke Miller rhl.... Rasmuson Hansen . r fb Nilsen Score "by quarters: Provo 7 7 61232 Payson .. 0 0 13 0 13 Officials: Wilson, Cowley, Rowe. American Fork Lincoln Muir ...ler Skinner Bateman ltr. Roe bock Coddington . . . .Igr ' Berry Pierce c Brereton Walters rgl Penrod Nelson rtl Davis Durrant rel Foutin Hansen . qb Reesha Peters lhr Briggs Clark rhl. Worthen Welch fb Peterson Score by quarters: Lincoln 70 0 0 7 American Fork . . 0 0 0 0 0 i Officials: S. Wilson, Hillman and Jones. PL Grove Spanish Fork Mathews ler Close j Armstead . . .'.ltr Johnson Robinson . . . .Igr Morgan Robbins c...... .. Creer B. Walker rgl. ........ Lukas Beck ., . . .. ..rtl.. Leek 1 v S s 1ST &S- You get complete protection against freczc-u and other winter grief when your car is winterized by our, 14-point check-up operations. It's all done by experienced men quickly - efficiently and at reasonable cost. Why not drive in today? - Look for the - familiar Vico- Vep SB sign ':4-4:.;'-'; ,"-'.' . STATIONS EVERYWHERE IN UTAH AND IDAHO Wildcats Qualify; Fd Han Grid Playoff With 21-19 Win . g Hail the champions! B. Y. high school Wildcats repeated as northern division sixr man football champions by taking the measure of a dangerous Roosevelt team, 21-19 at Roosevelt Friday. The Wildcats, by virtue of the triumph, maintained, their unmar-red record in league . play, and qualified themselves for a playoff with the southern division winner for the state championship.' Starting out like a house anre the Wildcats churned up and down the field and piled up a 14-0 hail-time lead. But Roosevelt started filling the air with passes in the second half, and hiked over a touchdown in the third period and two in the final stanza to seriously threaten the Provo outfit The entire B. Y. high team played hard, alert fooball, looking the part of real champions. B. Y. High Roosevelt Innes e Perry Greenwood e Taylor Johnson c Kolb Carlson b Moysh Baum b Barnson Dablfhg. ... b Harris Score by periods: B. Y. High... 6 8 7 021 Roosevelt 0 0 6 13 19 B. Y. High scoring Touchdowns Irvin, Baum, 2 Baum kicked field goal. Roosevelt scoring Touch downs. Cobb Moysh Gardner pass from Moysh. Piont after, pass, Moysh to Perry. Substitutions B.Y. High, Mech am; Roosevelt, Giles, Mar sing, Gardner. West t. .rel. . Cole J. Atwood qb. . . . D. Atwood Giles lhr Nelson Bezzant ......rhl Bellows L. Walker ... .i.fb.... Christ'sen Score by quarters : Pleasant Grove . . 6 0 13 6 25 Spanish Fork ... 0 13 , 0 7-20 of service , ; - " r Stafe Six " Soose' Gives Up Middleweight Title NEW YORK, Oct. 31 HH) Billy Soose of Farrell, Pa., today relinquished his world middleweight championship' because of Inabili ty to make the weight. - The New York boxing commis sion put-BQose on the scales ann he weighed 179, which is 19 pounds above the middleweight umii, CLOSED AREA . . for - PHEASANT SHOOTING' Beginning; at a point at the new bridge at the mouth of Provo River," thence running south along main road to Skeet Grounds, thence west to Utah Lake. Beginning at the same point at the new bridge at the mouth of -Provo River, thence running north and west, including the harbor area. As posted. Signed STATE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION i1 . x s. " AS)!: . ;

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