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518 THE OGDEN (UTAH) STANDARD-EXAM1NER SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1947 Time tfas Been Kind When Joe Louis knocked out James J. Braddock to win the heavyweight championship in 1937, the Brown Bomber was tough and 23 as he annears at the left. Training at Pompton Lakes, !N. J., for the 24th"dXSise o"hi. title. Smoky Joe is still tough, though 33,as he is shown at the rifrht. He has lost a little hair and his jowels are a ht- UehTavier but time has been exceedingly kind. He expects to weigh 210 pounds against Jersey Joe Walcott at Maflwon Square Garden, De,410 P ° u n ° « * 5i not much more than he scaled 10 years ago. Walcott Hopes to Lift Title Jersey Joe Walcott is determined to become the world's heavyweight boxing champion on December 5 so that he can provide for his six children and send his wife'through college, Jack Cuddy informs this corner. As the Camden challenger start-- ed serious road work he disclosed to sports writers that his wife L y d i a already was attending Temple university in Philadelphia. She is taking a pre-medical course and wants to become a physician. A sports writer inquired how old -was Lydia, the mother of six children. With a wide grin, the husky challenger of Joe Louis replied, "She's younger than me. I'm 33 and she's 39." The brown skinned, broad shouldered. 200 pounder noted the probing glances of reporters when he said he was 33; so he added emphatically: "That's right; I'm only 33. And I got a birth certificate to prove it. I was born in January, 1914. I'm about four months older than Joe Louis. Ke was born in May, 1914." Who takes care of the six kids while Joe was training and his wife studying at Temple? Walcolt says his sister, Naomi, cares for the brood; but that she gets plenty of assistance from his wife, Lydia, who commutes daily between their Camden home and Philadelphia. Asked to relate the ages of his youngsters, Walcott said: "Arnold 14; Alva. 12; Doris. 10; Ruthie, 8; Vince. 6; Carrol, 3.'' Walcott believes ne has the right style to beat Louis. He said: "I'm not questioning the fact that Louis has been a great fighter. But nobody knows now what he's got left. He hasn't had a tough fight since 1941, when he knocked out Billy Conn the first time. Louis never was fast on his feet; and he'll be slower now than he ever was. Because if you don't keep those legs busy--after you pass 30--they'll go on you. ''Because Louis was always slow- footed, he usually let his opponents do the leading -- let them open themselves up so he could nail 'em with counter punches. Oh, he was a beautiful counter-puncher all right. But when I get into the ring with him at Madison Square Garden m December, he'll be meeting someone who won't lead at him. .tie 11 be meeting someone who can *eint a lead and let Louis counter at the air. And I can counter prettv good myself. I hit pretty hard too.' If Joe gets careless, I'll knock him out. I m not promisin' I'll knock him out; but I am promisin' I'll nek him." Sports Tid Bits Montana is better than Michigan reports Henry Super, and should go to the Rose Bowl. Here's (1) Montana is unbeaten in Coast Conference play and (2) Montana defeated Idaho, 21-0, a team which won from Stanford, 19-16. Stanford having scored 16 against Idaho and Idaho none against Montana gives Henry reason to believe Montana is 21 plus 16, or 37 points better than Stanford--but Stanford was beaten by Michigan, 49-13, a differential of 36 points, which means Montana is one point better than Michigan. Now, if Montana wallops Cal at Berkeley Saturday, which team gets the Rose Bowl vote? Robert Watson, who will be 71 in December, became the oldest bowler to ever win a perfect game award from the American Bowling Congress as a result of his rolling a 300 game here at Cleveland recently. He is a member of the Oilie Hammond "Old Timers" team and holds a 180 average. He compiled 15 strikes in a row. Other veteran winners of 300 awards by ABC follow: Henry Martin. Sr., St. Paul was 69 when he rolled a 300 in 1934. Henry Vogt, St. Louis, was 67 when he rolled his 300 in 1944. Charles Rostran, Pasadena, Calif., was 62 when he rolled a 300 in 1948. Leon M. Hunsaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleon A. Hunsaker, Deweyville, has won a position as center on the basketball squad at St. Louis University's Parks College of Aaeronautlcal Technology, which is coached by former Notre Dame star Bob Wash. Hunsaker, who is studying aviation operations at Parks, is an army veteran and a 1941 graduate of Bear River high school in Garland, Utah. Hunsaker's team has a 22-game j schedule including games in the Missouri Illinois College Conference and in the interstate basketball tournament at Carlinville, 111. in March. Hunsaker is 8 feet 2 inches tall. Utah and Utah State will begin ten days of intensive drill Monday m preparation for the annual Turkey day game in Salt Lake City. The conference attendance record of 28,000 held by Colorado and Denver may be eclipsed when the Utes and Farmers collide. Dave Wyatt, graduate manager atj^ver, told this corner Saturday that all ducats for the Turkey riav melee between Denver and Browns Expect To Clinch Title Sunday NEW YORK, Nov. 15 (AP) -With the western division title in the All-America conference the. prize in one contest, pro football fans will focus their attention on eight games tomorrow, including a complete program of five in the [ National league. The Cleveland Browns a r e favored over the San Francisco 49'ers in their game at Cleveland and can win the conference's -western division honors for the second straight year, The Browns have won nine out of 10 and the 49'ers have won six, lost three and tied one. The New York Yankees, eastern division, leaders, with a one-game edge over the Buffalo Bills, entertain the Los Angeles Dons, while the Baltimore Colts journey to Brooklyn to battle the Dodgers. The Pittsburgh Steelers, eastern division leaders in the National league, are hosts to the winlesi; New York Giants in one of th} five National league encounters, while the Chicago Cardinals, western division leaders, entertain the Green Bay Packers in a game which might provide plenty of fireworks. The Packers currently are in third place. The Philadelphia Eagles, trailing the Steelers by half a game in the eastern division, take on the Boston Yanks at Philadelphia, with, the Eagles, sparked by the Rambling Steve Van Buren, favored. The Washington Redskins and their Sammy Baugh invade Detroit for a battle with the Lions, who could make plenty of trouble with their Bill Dudley back. in action, The Chicago Bears, who have won their last five games and trail the Cardinals in the western division race by only one game, loom as favorites over Los Angeles in their west coast contest. The Rams are riddled by injuries to key men, and hardley seem In condition to stop the surge of the Bears, Tomorrow's Schedule: All-America Conference San Francisco at Cleveland. Los Angeles at New York. Baltimore at Brooklyn. National League New Work at Pittsburgh. Green Bay at Chicago Cardinals. Washington at Detroit. Boston at Philadelphia. Chicago Bears at Los Angeles. They'll Direct Ladies Bowling rournamenf 585 Recognized As New Doubles Bowling Record MILWAUKEE, Nov. 15 (NEA) -A doubles games rolled by Lowell Jackson and Sam Garofalo in the St. Louis City tournament, March 9, 1935, finally has been recognized American Bowling Congress record. Both were scratch keglers, and the game, rolled in a handicap tournament, was overlooked by officials. It was not reported to the ABC until recently, when Jackson, who rolled 297 to Garofalo's 288, requested a review of the case. Scoresheets, newspaper clippings and published prize lists substantiated his claim. No date reporting limitations exist in the doubles event due to the fact that medals are not involved. The score is 27 pins higher than the previous mark of 558, bowled by Jerry Peck and the late Joe Hradek of Cicero 111., Feb. 1, 1933. r-r u Colorado have been sold. . dis P°se of standing Trojans Have Horses Ready To Send Against Three Top Flight Elevens By Harry Grays on Sports Editor CHICAGO, Nov. 15 (NEA)--For football in the waning weeks, go west, young man, go west. Southern California carries a terrific load for Pacific coast football. Over U.C.L.A., Nov. 22, the Trojans will tackle Notre Dame Dec 6, and Michigan in the Pasadena Hose Bowl, Jan. 1. That's quite a tandem, but a lot of smart football men close to the Southern California situation insist Jeff Cravath has the horses with which to sweep it. The series also gives Notre Dame and Michigan an opportunity to fasten a firm claim on the national championship. Repelling all-conquering Notre Dame, Southern California could make the upcoming edition the most important Tournament of Hoses engagement ever played, certainly the most exciting since Knute Rockne's immortal Four Horsemen came to the end of the trail repulsing the Pop Warner- coached Stanford team headed by the great Ernie Nevers in the Arroyo Seco, Jan. 1, 1925. Southern California is big, fast and deep, with the line built sround the huge tackles, six-foot four-inch, 240-pound John Ferraro and six-foot eight-inch, 225-pound Bob Hendren, and a multiple of remarkable backs, with Mickey McCardle, the former T formation quarterback, at left halfback. Southern California will have to be as formidable--or more so-than any of the Howard Jones* ^coached -Trojans varsities of the past to stop Notre Dame Wlth ihe Irlsh that - mall 117 a - "° r - mally west Point is not geared tor high-pressure football like Notre Dame, rich in tradition and where the finest talent matriculates in an unending flow. Frank Leahy can't be criticized for getting the maximum in team out of his many remarkable tes, but there is no sense in back of the opening kick-off came as a shock to Army, of course but that wasn't what broke it UD It was when Notre Dame overcame is-yard penalty marching 80 ris for its second touchdown in minutes and 48 seconds that °ay in the crowd of 59 171 who would win. Alone Sg'SZtSSFg SoTM C °"° t " light »' « nil M "-"^·^f^rffi dlff 7 eren°c r e e onest rm P t y °* b i were perhaps just as good , but thl Army did a good job on the ends, but its halfbacks did not react well defensively. They might Penn Slate to Play Cougars PULLMAN, Wash,, Nov. 15 (AP) Washington State college will play its Intersectional football games at the end of the season next year and stage half of its 10 games at home, General Manager Loyd A. said today. Bury Featured "home" games In the 1948 schedule include Stanford university at Pullman Get, 2. and Pennsylvania State college at Pullman, Spokane. Tacoma in the finale Nov. 30. This year the Cougars tackled Michigan State and Penn State early in the season and lost both games. Next year they will build up for the Intersectional games, meeting Michigan State in Lansing, Mich., Nov. 20, ten days before their final game with Penn State. The Cougars will start their season against U.C.L.A. in Los Angeles Sept. 25. On successive weekends they will play: Stanford at Pullman; Montana at Missoula Oct. 9- Washington at Pullman Oct 16- Oregon at Eugene Oct. 23; Idaho at Pullman Oct, 30; Oregon State at Pullman Nov. 6; California at Berkeley, Nov. 13; Michigan State at Lansing, and Pennsylvania State Utah Slate Blanks Denver, Scoring Three Touchdowns In First Half to Tally 20-0 LOGAN, Nov. 15 (AP)--Utah State Aggies, working thek best in the mud as they did last week when they Colorado, scored three touchdowns in the first half today to defeat Denver university 20 to 0 in a Big Seven conference football game. With the Aggies' line charging hard, the Denver Pioneers' offensive was unable to produce a tally despite several threats. Fullback Bus Williams raced 24 Feminine bowlers of Ogden will conduct their annual city-wide tournament at Paramount bowl November 29 and 30 and December 6 and 7, Team, singles, doubles and all-events will hold the attention of the ladies. Officers are shown above, left to right: Ruth Parry, vice president; Carmen Woods, president, and Mildred Warner, secretary. Beiilah Simmons, secretary, was absent was photo WM taken. Colorado Wins Over Wyoming By Score 21-6 By Ben Funk BOULDER, Colo., Nov. 15 (AP) -- Colorado's Buffalos used the screen pass with deadly effect in the second period today to build a two touchdown lead over Wyoming, and then beat down a third quarter Cowboy counter-attack to score a 21 to 6 Big Seven football victory. After the Cowpokes had checked Colorado's running attack in the first frame, the Buffaloes took to the air in the second and Dick Schrepferman and Don Evans threw the scoring passes that gave them the decision and kept them in the running for second place in the Big Seven. Small Audience The Buffalos, almost murdered last week by Utah State, had an audience of less than 10,000, their smallest this season. They played sluggishly until midway in the second period, when the loud speaker blared out that Utah State was leading Denver 20-0. The announcement brought the Buffs to life and a moment later they had scored on a 50-yard screen pass from Schrepferman to Jack McEwen. Catching the ball on the 45, McEwen had such perfect block- I n g ' h e went the rest of the way unmolested. Slick Aerial Attack With three minutes left in the period, Colorado launched another slick aerial attack. A screener from Evans to Malcolm Miller worked for 32 yards to the Wyoming 33. Evans nailed Walt Koelbel with another pass at the 21, then hit Pete Cook in the end zone. Ed Pudlik kicked both points after touchdown to give the Buffs a 14-0 halftime lead. At the start of the second half, Pearley Wells of Wyoming intercepted a lateral pass on the Colorado 32, but the Cowpokes were stopped cold and had to kick. Evans' return punt was blocked by Bob Bath, giving 1 Wyoming another opportunity on the Colorado 12. But again the Buffaloes refused to yield a score, taking the ball on downa on the six. Finally, after Evans had booted out to the Colorado 30, Wyoming came up with its scoring punch. University of Utah Defeated By Underdog Team, Idaho Vandals at Boise, Score 13-6 BOISE, Nov. 15 (AP)--The underdog University of Idaho Vandals scored touchdowns in the second and third periods today to Hefeat the University of Utah 13 to 6 and blast the Utes from the ranks of the nation's unbeaten and untied football teams. The Vandals used a plunging ground attack to overpower the Utes in the first three-quarters and staved off a late fourth period Utah passing attack to hand the Redskins their first loss of the year. Fleet Indian Back Sam Theis, plunging fullback, and Woody, Delorme, a fleet Indian halfback, were outstanding in the backfield for the victors and the whole Idaho line combined to thwart the vaunted Utah running attack. About 8,000 fans braved a drizzling rain to see the Idahoans chalk up their 12th victory against two defeats in games at Boise. Idaho scored its first touchdown in the second period on 14-yard end run by Delorme. The Vandals had been held for downs on the Utah nine-yard line but returned Utah's kick 42-yards on a sustained drive. The Vandals scored again early in the fourth period when Theis Jack Ratliff in three running plays' over his right tackle was across. Earl Ray's try for the extra, point was blocked by Miller. Two Long Passes Colorado moved 63 yards to a last quarter score. Two long passes by Harry Narcisian to Ed Pudlik carried the Buffs from their own 37 to the Wyoming 13, and after Narcisian had circled right end to the one, 'Miller plunged for the score. Pudlik again converted. The lineups: Wyoming Colorado Beckett le Koelbel Kosioh It Briggs Martoglio Ig .........Spicer Taucher c Simons Bath rg Creese Peterson re Pudlik Welch qb Narcisian Ratliff Pearce . . . Kolasinski Wyoming 0 0 Colorado 0 14 .Ih McEwen, .rh .Cook . f b Strobel 0-- 6 7--21 Wyoming scoring: Touchdown, Ratliff. Colorado scoring: Touchdowns, McEwen, Cook, Miller for Strobel, Points after touchdowns, Pudlik 3 (placements). plunged over from the one-yard line. Aerial Attack Opens The Redskins opened up with an aerial game in the fourth period and ripped through the Vandal defenses for a touchdown with eight minutes left to play, A 18-yard pass from Fireball Frankie Nelson to Bill Van Sandt gave the Utes their score, * Late in the period the Utes threatened again, piling up four straight first downs on passes and a 10-yard jaunt by Nelson. The attack bogged down on the Vandal nine when Ken McCormack, Idaho guard, recovered a fumble. An offside penalty against the Utes moved the ball to the 14 and after two ground plays gained two-yards. Jerry Diehl ripped off 19-yards as the game ended. Star Bottled Up Billy Williams, Idaho's passing star, was kept bottled up with his aerial threats, but gained considerable yardage through and around the Ute line. Nelson was kept well in check by a hard-charging Idaho line, but Allen Davis and Nelson combined in the last period to give Idaho rooters a scare with their passing. After three exchanges of punts, Banard Hafen, stellar Redskin end, blocked Diehl's kick in the first period on the Idaho 39. Nelson passed to Hafen on the 25 for a first down but the Vandal line held and Bob Matthews kicked into the end zone, Diehl recovered his own fumble on the Vandal 15 and then kicked to midfield. Two runs by Hal Tate and Nelson gave the Utes a first down on the 38 and the Vandal line held forcing Herb Anderson to kick into the end zone. Straight First Downs Williams rattled off 15-yards for five straight first downs advancing the ball to the Ute nine, Delorme recovered an Idaho fumble on the 12 and a Williams pass was incomplete, Theis plunged to the nine where the Idaho attack was stalled. Anderson kicked to the Utah 42. Theis bucked the center of the line on straight plays advancing the ball to the 14, from where Delorme went over. Wilford Over- Saturday's Final Football Scores Billings Promised Flag Contender BILLINGS, Mont,, Nov. 15 (UP) The Hollywood Stars' representatives Robert Cobb and Oscar Richow said here yesterday that the Hollywood baseball team would guarantee Billings a first division team in the Pioneer League this year The two men signed a contract for the Stars as the parent club of the Billings Pioneer League team. Under the contract, the Hollywood nine will furnish the Billings team with players, a playing manager and a business manager who will be subject to the approval of the local association, Archie Cochrane, Billings Pioneer association president, said. Cochrane said that the Stars have some "very fine" ball players that they will send to Billings. Spring practice for the club will start Feb 25 at Whittier, Cal. No schedule :or the Pioneer League has yet been arranged. Long Time Between WEST POINT, Nov. 15--Lehieh resumes basketball relations with Army here, Feb. 21, after a lapse of 17 years. * ared , bet ter, and things have been brighter for the future generals, had the ends ° b in this de - By the Associated Press East Penn State 20, Navy 7. Lafayette 7, Fordhairt 0. Arrr.y 7, Pennsylvania 7 (tie). Michigan State 14, Temple 6, Harvard 13, Brown 7. Syracuse 7, Colgate 0. Columbia 10. Holy Cross 0. '« Dartmouth 21, Cornell 13 Rutgers 40, New York university Princeton 17, Yale 0 Virginia 6, West Virginia 0. Indiana (Pa) Teachers 8, Ship- penaburg (Pa) Teachers 8 (tie). Allegheny 7, Susequehann 7 (tie). 0. 4- Geneva 8, Washington Jeffer-- son 0. Grove City 24, Westminster 0. West Virginia Wesleyan 7, Bethany 0. South Tennessee 38, Boston college 13. South Carolina 0, Duke 0 (tie). North Carolina 19, Maryland 0. North Carolina State 20, Wake Forest 0. William Mary 45, Washington Lee 6. Alabama. 14, Georgia Tech 7. Virginia Tech 26, Richmond 14. South Carolina State 12, Tuske- e. _ _ , Y «* -1 --"---··^»^»**»»»**« i Muhlenberg 20, Delaware 14. Western Maryland 18, Dickinson Boston university 33, Kings Point R. P. I. 27, Brooklyn college 12. New Hampshire 14, Connecticut Union 18, Hamilton 0. Wesleyan 13, Trinity 0. Bowdoin 21, Colby 8. Catholic university 16, Washington college 0. Gettysburg 20, St. Lawrence 7. Hobart 7, Rochester 7 (tie). Springfield 22, Cortland Teachers 7. Amherst 14, Williams 6. Hofsrtra 34, Wagner 0. American International 24, Lowell Textile 13. Tufts 20, Massachusetts 6. Middlebury 19, Vermont 0. New York Aggies 13, Morrisville Aggies 0. Montclair Teachers 29, Trenton Teachers 7. Buffalo 14, Bucknell 6. Johns Hopkins 40, Haverford 13. Swarthmore 19, Drexel 14. West Chester (Pa) Teachers 6, Millersyille (Pa) Teachers 0. Morris Harvey 12, Glenville 0. Lehigh 27, Carnegie Tech 2. Pennsylvania Military college 0, Lebanon Valley 0 (tie). 0. Franklin Marshall 27, Ursinus East Stroudsburg (Pa.) Teachers 4, C. C. N. Y. 6. Maine 19, Bates 13. West Liberty 26, Edinboro (Pa.) Teachers 6. Mohawk 8, Sampson 0. South Se florida 7, Tulane 7 (tie). Kentucky 36, Evansville 0. Mississippi 52, Chattanooga 0. The Citadel 7, V. M I. 8. Randolph-Macon 13, Hampden- 7, High Point 0 Quantico (Va) Marines 27, Parris Island Maujnes 13 ,, _ _ , . Morristown college 25, Friend- Northwestern (La.) 22, Centen- ar Sewanee 14, Centre college 6. Midwest Notre Dame 28, Northwestern' 19. Illinois 28, Ohio State 7. Indiana 48, Marquette 6. Lowa 13, Minnesota 7. Iowa State 14, Kansas State 0. Purdue 28, Pittsburgh 0. Kansas 13, Oklahoma A M 7. Oklahoma 21, Missouri 12. Baldwin-Wallace 27, Case 0. Cincinnati 7, Western Reserve 6. Bowling Green 19, Iowa State Teachers college 7. Dayton 19, Ohio university 6. Omaha university 19, Colorado State 6. Denison 18, Ohio Wesleyan 6. Oberlin 20, Muskmgum 6. Wittenberg 20, Capital 0. Washington u n i v e r s i t y (St. Louis) 40, Grinnell 12 Michigan 37, St. Louis 6. Wayne (Mich) 7, George Washington 6. Otterbein 33, Manchester (Ind) 0. Western Michigan 12, Beloit 0. Hillsdale 26, Detroit Tech 0 Ashland 18, Cedarville 0 Canterbury 13, Anderson 0. Olivet 20, Earlhim 10. St. Norbert 8, La CroBM (Wif.) Teachers 6. Xavier 18, Marshall (Huntington W. Va.) 7. Lake Forest 6, Albion college 0. Bethel 19, Sterlin 0. Butler 27, Valparaiso 6. Wabash 27, Depauw 7. (Mich.) 7. Emporia State 26, St. Benedict'i Prlnclpla 28, McKendree 6. Monmouth 22, Knox (Galesburg, 111.) 0. Illinois State Normal 26, Western Ilmois State Teachers 0. Southern Illinois State Teachers 33, Eastern Illinois Teachers 13. Cape Girardeau 13, Springfield 0. Carleton 0, (tie). Carnell (Iowa) o Chadron Teachers 12, Doane 7. Illinois Wesleytn B, Augustana 0. James Millikin 12, Elmhurst 0. Kearney Teachers 0, Midland 0 (tie) . Southwest Southern Methodist 14, Arkansas 6. Abilene Christian college 41. Austine college 7. Grambling 13, Prairie View 0. Far West California 60, Montana 14 U. C. L. A. 34, Washington 7. Nevada 55, Montana State 0. f Portlimd " Oregon 21, Stanford 6 " *' M: 27 Colorado 21, Wyoming 6. Utah State 20. fcenver 0. Idaho 13, Utah 6 State 14, Oregon Eastern Washington 10, Western Washington 7. ° regon 6 Central Diego Marine corps base 40, Del Mar Marines 0. New Mexico Highlands 18, Fort Lewis (Colo.) Aggies 8 West Texas State 40, Colorado college 51, college 6. Long Beach .City Phoenix college 2. Sul Ross 22, New Mexico State 2. Cougars Lose To Colorado A. M., 27-25 PROVO, Nov. 15 (AP)-The Colorado A. and M. Rams overcame a two touchdown halftime deficit to roar back today with three touchdowns in the second half and win a Big Seven conference football game 27 to 25, thereby sending the Brigham Young Cougars into sole possession of the loop cellar. Handicapped by injuries, the Sams were all but beaten by fumbles and pentltiei in the opening minutes before their offense could begin to roll. Cougars 13-0 Lead The Cougars piled up · 13-0 lead in the opening stanza M they recovered fumbles by Colorado backs and the first two time* the visitors got their hands on the ball, turning both recoveries marches. into touchdown The Rams dominated play for the first 13 minutes of the second quarter. Bob Hainlen, Ham quarterback, punted out of bounds on the B. Y. U. 14, and when the Cougar passing attack bogged down again, Roller's punt was mocked and recovered by Brigham Young in the end zone for a Colorado safety and the two points that proved to be the margin of victory. Then a few minutes later Hainlen passed to Eddie Hanna lor the first Ram touchdown. Rex Olsen, B. Y. U.'s standout aerialist, finally got his pastes to clocking and hit Mike Milli in the end zone for another Cougar touchdown, just before the end of the half. Colorado scored once in the third period and twice in the final quarter. Pat Green plunged over from the two-yard mark for the third quarter touchdown. In the final period the Aggies moved ahead after Green intercepted Olsen's pass on the Aggie 48. Hainlen's passing and Henna's running took the ball to the eight, with Hainlen passing to Hanna for the touchdown that made the count 21-19 for the Rams. Another intercepted pass set up another touchdown moments later, with Green crossing the goal standing up from the five. Brigham Young turned the tables when Glen Clark intercepted Hainlen's pass and was downed on the Aggie 31 yard marker with less than four minutes to play, and reserve quarterback Jim Eccles passed to Lyle Koller on the Aggie six, who went over for the final tally standing up. Colorado AM Brigham Young Jones LE Keitzman and 60 yards for two touchdowns, 30th in the second quarter. Seek Second Place The Aggies, battling for secono jlace in the conference and pol- shing their rating for a Thanksgiving day game with Utah, scored ;heir first touchdown in the first quarter on Quarterback Johnny aputo's pass from the 20 to Halfback Jay Van Noy. Capt. Evan Sorenson, halfback, Joined Van Noy and Williams 1 in piling up yerdsge through holes the Aggie forwards tore in the Pioneer line. Bob Hazelhurst, Denver's O»ax- kling halfback who was held in unusual check today, and Quarterback Don Rezzar fashioned a threat in the opening quarter, but at the 34 the Aggie line held. Later In that period S. Peckenpaugh,' Pioneer halfback, fumbled and Utah Stat'k recovered on the 20. From there Caputo made his touchdown toss. Passing Attack Denver reached the Utah State 20 in the second before it was bottled up and the Aggiet unleashed their two scoring drives. The Pioneers retaliated with a passing attack that reached the 18 before failing. Andy Pavich, Denver fullback, intercepted a Caputo pass .in the third quarter on the Aggies' 39. The Aggie line dug in to erase any threat, and the entire second half continued scoreless. An outstanding feature of the* contest was the defensive strength of the Farmer line. This victory and Utah's loss to Idaho combined to raise Aggie hopes for their Turkey Day encounter with the Utes at Salt Lake. Denver Utah State Bakke le Hughes Westbay It Nelson Weber Ig . .. .Gottfredson. Cribari c Maughan Yates rg. , Ellis r t . . T. Bakke re.. Rezza qb .Panter .. . Schwab . . Murdock . J. Sorenson 1 Peckenpaugh . . . Ih . . . . E. Sorenson Hazelhurst rh Van Noy Pavich fb Williams Denver 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Utah State 6 14 0 0--20 Utah State scoring: Touchdowns --Williams (2), Van Noy. Points after touchdown -- Williams (2) (placements). McGraw Hindman Kravig .. Blach RG Flnck RT .LT Merrill .LG Shapley .C Abbott Tree Holt Hoch RE ,. Mills Hainlen QB Olsen Hanna LH Koller Thompson R H . . . J. Hamblin Green FB Oliverson Colorado A St M . . . .0 Brigham Young . . . 13 6 13--27 0 6--25 Colorado A t M scoring: Touch- donws--Hanna 2, Green 2. Point after touchdown--Churches (placement). Saftey, Koller (recovered own blocked punt in end zone, Brigham Young scoring: Touch- donws--Koller 2, Bushore (for Olsen), Mills. Point after touchdown --Bushore (placement). gaard, husky Vandal tackle, booted the extra point. Nelson returned the Vandal kickoff and tossed two passes to Leo Prinster, both good lor first downs, as the half ended. Williams' fine kicking kept the Utes in a hole during the third period and just as the period ended, George Ballew pounced on a Redskin fumble on the 25-yard line. A Williams' pass to Orville Barnes was taken on the nine by Frankie Nelson, but officials ruled interference and the Vandals had a first down with goal to go. Theis Michigan Will Offer Sound Golf Feature DETROIT, Nov. 15 (AP)--Michigan golf professionals came up today with something new in promotion and instruction of the a«- cient game. With the sanction of the Professional Golfers' association of America, the Michigan section of the P. G. A. has filmed and will premiere at new week's P. G. A. annual meeting in Chicago a 20-minute full color golf motion picture In sound, featuring slow motion and regular action studies of 10 of the professional rank's top playing stars. The movie, titled "Behind the Scenes," is an instructional as well as entertaining film made at the scene of the 1947 national P. G. A, championship at Plum Hollow Golf club here. Featured in the 16-millimeter, 800-foot movie, which will be sold to individual P. G. A. members for admission-free showing in their own teaching programs, are analytical action shots of such stars as Lew Worsham, Sam Snead, Bobby . Locke, Jimmy Demaret, Jim Ferrier, Chick Herbert, Byron Nelson, Craig Wood, Sam Byrd and Ed Dudley. Eckers to Open New Hoop Games SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 15 (AP) Salt Lake Eckers, strong A.A.U. basketball team, will launch the new hoop season Nov. 22, tangling On the third attempt he ploughed over for the second Vandal touchdown. Overgaard's kick was wide. Sensational Catch Then the Utes opened up with their aerial attack. After Willard Beitz, Idaho fullback fumbled on the Idaho 31 and guard Vaughn Ransom recovered, a pass · from Allan Davis to Jack Zackrison put the ball on the ID. Nelson passed to Van Sandt, who made a sensational catch on the two-yard line and bucked over for a touchdown. Ralph Olsen's conversion attempt was no good. Both teams recorded 10 first downs and the Vandals outgained the Utes 201-yards to 54 by rushing. The Redskin aerial attack bested the winners 116-yards to 25. Conclude* Schedule The game concludes the Idaho schedule with victories over Standford, Utah, Portland and College of Pudget Sound. The Vandals were beaten by Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State and Montana. Idaho-Utah Football Statistics: Idaho Utah First downs 10 Net yards rushing 201 Forward passes attempted 4 Forward passes completed 2 Yards forward passing Forwards intercepted by Yards gained run back interceptions Punting average Total yards, all kicks returned Opponent fumbles recovered Yards lost by penalties 25 0 0 33 10 54 13 9 116 0 0 41 64 81 Idaho Utah Scoring: 0 0 Idaho 0 0 2 0 6-13 6--6 touchdowns -Delorme, Theis. Points after touchdown -- Overgaard (placement). Utah-- Touchdown, Van Sandt. fairgrounds coliseum here. Merlin Ahlquist, former University of Utah star, is player-coach of the Ecker team this season and players include Jimmy Cleverly, former Utah State player, and Nick Watts, one-time Utah university standout The newly-remodeled coliseum is equipped to accommodate about 5800 fans at the basketball court, a total about 1000 greater than, the capacity of the university field- house. Boise Eleven Has Perfect Record BOISE, Nov. 15 (AP) -- Boise Junior college won seven straight games this season with two remaining contests on their schedule. The Broncos will play Bremerton today and Southern Idaho College of Education at Glenns Ferry Nov. 22 Boise Junior college beat Ricks college 31 to 0 an.d Carbon college 28 to 7, Albion 12 to 0, Lewiston 27 to 13, U. of I. Frosh 19 to 12, Weber college 13 to 7 and Eastern Oregon Teachers college 14 to 0. Hornsby to Hold Baseball Camp CHICAGO, Nov. 15 (AP)--Rogers Hornsby, formerly a three-time .400 hitter in the National League will open a six-weeks baseball school for youngsters at Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 15. In announcing his plans today,: Hornsby also said he will not serve as a hitting instructor for Cleveland Indians next season. 'A-

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