Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 10, 1942 · 10
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TEN SPORTS EVENING STATE JOURNAL,- LINCOLN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1941 May Be .Wrong' v ."" RaJnh "Biifs" Bowniutfr. one of Jackson high's and Nebraska Wesleyan's outstanding athletes, Is the 135 pound wrestling cham pion at me u. a. n a v y s pre-fllght school at I St. Mary's, Calif. Equal v oro- ucienr. on tne gridiron or baa kstball court. Bugs I took to wres tling a la Pesek and to date he I hasn't dropped a match. His vounter 1 brother. ' Riv. IbALPH eowMASTEB known to his Plainsmen mates as "Itch has enlisted In the same school and will report Boon for training. With 22 states having already eliminated the javelin throw from their track and field program, the Nebraska high school board of control has authorixed submitting the matter to Corn-busker state schools for vote. Ballots will be sent out about Oct 1. e e e Oscar Alexius is Osceola's new athletic coach replacing Wayne Fraser...8upt. E. R. Rogers will handle the same assignment at Stella while George Lsyton of Silver Creek, a Kearney State grad, will take over at Central City... Rev. W. N. Benton of the Humboldt Presbyterian church, will coach six-man football In that city... Humboldt had previously announced that it was quitting the sport for want of a coach. Homer Simmons, Oklahoma's 6-5 right tackle, was married last weekend. He is the 12th Sooner gridder to do the middle aisle act ...An Af aispaicn says: "Passing was emphasized again Wednesday at Lawrence, Kas., and EVEN the University of Kansas aJumni were pleased at the results. e a Eugene "Red" Littler, here on Short furlough, has completed his training at St. Mary's and will be assigned to Pemacola, Fla. The Mitchell redhead was 11th In his class of 147 men. A stadium and field house visitor Wednesday was CapL' Francis Ayres, here on leave Trorn tamp Wolters, Tex. The former Husker distance see will attend an officer's training school at Fort Bennlng, Ga within the week. , Old Di Dean, once the ace of the SL Louis Cardinals' staff, is going over big as a radio announcer , . . Dis murders the king's English, adlibs with narratives of his playing days to the extent that he has 82 percent of the listening audience in and near St. Louis hearing his descriptions of the Cardinal and Brown home games. Dean pulls down $10,000 a sea-eon for his efforts and as the "Great One" says, "It s a mortal cinch, a lot easier than pitchin', ao help me. I sure hope them Cardinals cop the ole flag." e Oklahoma V is expanding Its football program this fall to include varsity, Junior varsity and freshmen football. All three squads Will play full schedules. Coach Snorter Luster expects 100 men out for the Junior varsity, the 'lightweights not quite good enough for the first string. They will play six games, only two of which are slated for Norman sod. The freshmen team, Oklahoma's first In 10 seasons, will be limited to play against service teams. William Grant Parr, Cairo representative for NBC, worked three years as a reporter and night city editor on The Journal, while stiil attending the University of Nebraska. He received his master's degree in Journalism at Columbia university in 1939. He traveled thruout Europe, winding up in Cairo, where he now airs middle east happenings. He is heard over the late afternoon news roundup over WOW. Irish lose promising prospect in Barry at end SOUTH BEND. Ind. VP). Norman (Jack) Barry, Jr., Notre Dame's No. 1 left end. Is not returning to the Irish campus to begin his senior year Thursday, it was learned Wednesday night The only explanation given for his withdrawal was "personal reasons," a university spokesman said, and .nothing was known about his plans. Barry, a 165-pounder from Chicago, played with the third team last year and was a defensive star In the last thr He is the son of Norman Barry or taucago, also a former Notre dame gridiron luminary. Shrader in as biologist for state game commission Tom Shrader, Wayne, Wednesday began his duties as biologist for the state game and fish com mission with his first task that of making a survey of state IalVs and streams to determine what species of fish will best grow in certain waters, Shrader, graduate at . the Uni versity of Minnesota and native ojf Worthington, Minn., for soma time has been in charge of the restora tion program under, the Pittinan Robertson aet to Wayne, and formerly was a biologist " in Minnesota. Grid rules' meeting Ilonday at club First meeting of the year for football officials will be held Monday at 7:30 p. m. at the 'N" cluo rooms in the university coliseum. Eill Day will be in charge of the discussion in the absence of Lee Vebb. Day, Max Roper and M. G. Vols will clarify the college rules as interpreted at the recent Big Six. f-TficlAli session. Cii .... l Allen Zikmund shows as' punter; Preshell to turn loose passing aces West Army team' spills Lions 12 to 0; pros stop Kimbrougk Bill Conatser takes Eakin'g 37 yard pass and runs to score DETROIT. UP). The Detroit Lions put a stopper on highcoring John Klmbrough Wednesday night, but two of his former Texaa AIM mates Bill Conatser and Bill Dawson, produced the payoff punch that gave the Western Army all-stars a 12 to 0 victory and 2 to 1 edge In their charity series with National football league clubs. The Army scored in every possible wav while winninr before a sellout crowd of 24,000, and the lone who took a second period pass from new lorn uiania, xor a 02-vara scoring p)y . Dawson nestly placekicked the extra point, and in the fourth period he dropped back from the Detroit 12 and arched the ball thru the uprights for a field goal The Army scoring was completed with less than four minutes to play in the gam when a snap-back pass eluded Harry Hopp in the end zone and went for a safety. From a statistical standpoint, the pros had an edge with 10 first downs to five and 201 yards by rushing and passing to 135, but the soldiers turned a blocked punt and four pass interceptions into scoring opportunities that paid off. Hard Luck Hounds Hopp. The Lions dominated the same until Guard . Steve Petro of P i ttsburgh rushed thru and blocked Hopp's punt early in the Scoond period, giving the soldiers the ball on De-troit'i 16. W h i 1 e this m a neuver didn't pay divi dends immediately, it gave the Army invaluable position for the touchdown pass HAaRY HOW that came mid- way of the period. Long Pats Play Nets Score. Eakin faded to the right behind hla own 48 and then whirled and pitched a perfect pass to Conatser, who caught the ball on Detroit's 15 and outran the secondary de fense. That was the break In the game the soldiers wanted, and they took full advantage of its strategical value the rest of the way. Major Wallace Wade's soldiers entered the game as slight favor ites after whipping the Chicago Cardinals at Denver Sunday. The Army previously had lost to the Washington Redklna at Los An geles. The lineups: Po.' Army All-Btar. Detroit U.K.. . Ferguso ( Florida) , . . i Flak L.T...Myrs Tiael Bchibanoft Ua...Krll (VinderbtH) Pavalec c, . .Kodro ( Michigan) . . . WoJelMlwwies l...Rout ITuil A M).,,,. Uo . , . Pederson (Minnesota). . , .Uremovlrh R O R.T. R K .Daw ton (Teiaa A Ml Knorr 4.B. .Puh (Tai A ft M) . ., .Rohrlg (Nebraaka). .... , .Scott (Ohio Rlale) , .Caliban , . . .Hopp Mathews UH. R H. f.b. Klmbroufh (Tax. A ft U kn..Polanakl T 0 3 13 Army All-mare 0 Army All-Stara bcarlne: Tmiehdnem. Conaiaer (fur Scott); point after touchdown, Dawson (placement l: field anal. Dawaon (placement); afty, Hopp (Bali roll out end aooe). tiuoetltulloru: Army Al 1-Stara Xnda. Raat, Anahu, Dfmuer. Young. Duck worth; lack B run oaky, Strmvlnekli gua ma. Hatliata. Patro: ranter. Lundav. Oucte, Ollli; backi, Peter, aleak. Good- Rjftht, Eakin, MoGowan, Conataar, Neleon, It roll finds. Kenan, etontt! taektea Sixth, Ooodmin; guards, Suasio, Kennedy; ranter, Olllj backa, Saakaah, SanaMta, Culella, Hall, Banjevlo, Sella', Grlgonl. Rams, Pcnn appear as top eastern teams NEW YORK. (UP). Eastern collegiate football goes to the customers this fall, due to gasoline and rubber rationing, with Fordham and Pennsylvania loom ing as the top teams in the section. Schedule makers, to accommo date ticket purchasers with over used ration books have moved most of the traditional games from outlying stadiums to easily-accessible sites in New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Balti more. Penn, favored to win the Ivy league for the third year in a row, and Fordham, battling for another bowl bid, were early choices to lead the east with most of the other teams stricken by lack of able reserves. Pittsburgh, reported to be shaking off its de-emphasis program, Boston college, Army and Cornell were the chief dark horses along the Atlantic seaboard. Lincoln girls play for state Softball title OMAHA. VP). It's Lincoln versus Omaha Thursday night for the Nebraska women's Softball championship. In the men's division, however, the titular game will be an all-Omaha contest. - The Lincoln Blackbirds entered the finals by defeating the Omaha Howells 4 0 Wednesday night. The Omaha Russell Sports are the other finalists, having eliminated the Omaha Mafuhocks in the other semi-final game, 12 to 3. In the men's division, Omaha Stors won over the Omaha Fal-staffs 4 to S, to qualify for the finals. The Ston opponent will be the Omaha Metz club, which won its semifinal contest previ ously. New coach from Lincoln WYMORfc, Neb. .F. Leland McAllister of Lincoln is the new Wymore high school athletic coach, replacing Don Keebaugh, who resigned. touchdown was made by Conatser Ksy Eakin, of Arkansas and the Yankees vin over Browns with Bonham . Phillies cop in 13 innings, 54 ST. LOUIS. (JPi. The New York Yankees overpowered the St. Louis Browns 8 to S Wednesday to increase their American league league to ten full games over the idle Boston Red Sox and bring big Ernie Bonham nls 19th pitching triumph of the season. Joe "Flash" Gordon smacked a home run with the basea loaded in the first inning, his 18th round-tripper and second grand alam, to get the Yankees started and after that it was Just a breeze. The completed all their scoring before Bonham gave the Browns a hit or a run, enabling the husky righthander to coast to victory while parcelling out eight hits. Most of the Yankee, damage was done against knuckleballer Johnny Ntggellng. , New Tork at at St. Unil abhet 4(11 4 10 1 WW Haeeett lb I 1 11 0nut'rld 2e Rolf 3b DIB llCllft in Cul'blne rf TMalaxilo at Keller if Oordon 2b Mr key Hrlddy ea Bonham p mo 6 110 i o o Laeha rf Judnlch ef Stephen! aa Berardlno M McQuInn lb MMJulllen If Ferrall Myelins Ferena p Chartak Uuncrlet p 10 11 sail 10 14 4 110 1 4 110 0 0 III) 1 1 114 1 0 0 0 1 10 0 1 110 0 e o o o Total! SS 11 XI 11 Total 14 I IT 11 Chartak batted tor firanj la tights, New Tork 403 100 0001 St. Louie 000 100 020 1 Kuna; Knife 1, Cullenblne, DIMaiiho 1, Keller 1, Oordon, Cllft 1, Chartak. Error: Stephen. Two baa hit: Rolf, Cllft 1, Judnlch, Laab. Home run: Oordon. Sacrifice: Bonham 1. Double play; Out-tertdct to Berardlno to McQuInn t. Rolf to Oordon to Haaeett. Left on baaa: New York , St. Louie 4. Baa on ball: Off Ntarellnc 1. Ferana 1. Struck out: By Bonham 1, Ferana 1 Rita: Off NIimI-Inf 1 In 1 (none out In third), Ferem ( In 4, aiuncrlef 0 In 1. Wild pitch: Ferem. Loaln pitcher: Nlitelini. Tim 1:44. Attendance (pant) 1,124. Marchlldon Enters In 9th and Wins 17th for Phils. CLEVELAND. UP). Phil Marchll don, taking over in the ninth, notched his 17th victory Wednesday night as the cellar-dwelling Philadelphia Athletics edged out the Cleveland Indians 5 to 4 In a IS inning battle. ' Phil. ab k o al Cleveland (15 OlHockatt rf 4 14 4'Boudreau a 4 0 1 01 Lemon (II OiKeltner lk 110 01 Heath If 4 ( S Oiriemlns lb 5 0 4 (i Edward ef 10 4 OlScaep'akl lb 111 llHexan ibhll J 1 1 J Ultra ef Davit lb Valo rf Johnaon It Slehtrt lk Blair lb Suder aa Swift Wanner K liarrl 1 1 0 II Rohlnaon McNair 10 0 0 Deaautal Mtrchtld'B 1(00 Kmbre p Weattwrly Hevtnf p Kennedy Total 40 ( II T Total 44 T 34 11 McNair batted for It. Rani tn ninth: Lemon ran for Boudreau tn ISth; Robtaeoa batted for Hep an In eeventh; Wutherly Mttad ror Kmon la tintn, Philadelphia , 030 000 010 000 1 CKvtlaud 000 100 030 000-04 Run; Valo. Johnaon. Slebart. Bllr. It. Rarrla, Boudraau, Kltnr, naming, Weatherly. Krrart: SCMPkowakt 1. Davla, Two baa hit: Fleming, jedwarda, R. Herri, Weatherlv. Men flee: Keltnor. Uft on ban: Philadelphia T, Cleveland a Haa oa ball: R. Harrl 1, Marcklldon 1, Kmbree 1, llevlng I, Kennedy S. Strlk- outa: R. Rarria 4, Marrhlldoa 1, Kmbre T, Kennedy 1. lilt: Off R. Harrl. T to 1, MarrhiMon In 6, Em ore 8 in S, Hev- Ing 0 In 0 (pitched to two batter la ninth); Kennedy 1 In 6. Winning pltrher: Marchlldon. Loaln pllcheri Kennedy. Tim 1:44. AtMndanc 4,117. Holm gets line cliarges down, 'dig, dig, dig' Y RANDALL BLAKE. Sy tk Aeaectated Pr, Elmer Holm, who dug in and pushed 'em around with great success when he wore the colors of the University of Nebraska on the football field, might well be known as "Digger" Holm. It's his battle cry when he' gets the lads he is coaching for this year's Nebraska line out in front of the charging machine. He gets 'em set, tells, 'em to start working and follows with the sharp cry: "Dig, dig, dig, dig!" There follows a recharging of the lungs, then: "Eyes up, eyes up!" Rewards With Praise. Holms gets a lot of work out of his charges in an afternoon, and never neglects to reward a good Job with praise, With the husky . crew he's working . with, led- by Tackles Vic Schleich, Joe Byler, Bob Mo-Nutt; Guards Herb von Goets, Wayne etiaaahan and others, Holm Hopes that hla line will be about aa tough and mean as any in the Big Six. If it is, the backa may find life quite enjoyable. Paul Peterson to coach Dana college athletics BLAIR. VP). Paul Peterson, who coached at Craig high school last year, has been elected successor to Coach Rufus Olson of Dana college. Olson resigned to accept a position at Forest City, la., after directing Dana college athletics Iten years. V I Vice president' keeps trim This is how Vice President Wallace keeps in condition for his many duties, lncludlni that of president ef the senate. He's lefthanded, but opponents My be gives them hard battles across the tennis net ' NEW r YORK. (NANA). The performance of Norman Standlee, Army's (Eastern squad) big fullback, against Steve Owen's New York Giants on Saturday, will carry double interest. On the west era squad MaJ. Wallace Wade figures John K lmbrough about aa good a a ainv . vtacti J I would want. r The big, fast j moving Texan l' 1 has starred In both Army (Western Norman St (idle squad) con-testa. u L001, Bob Ney'and tiH insists that Standlee will be lust as o-nnri perhaps better. The 238 pound ball carrier from Stanford and the Chlcucn r is rated by many insider on a par with Bronko Nagurski. He is not only big but extremely fast, a tough man to surround and bring down in the open. Clark Shaughnessy, hla Stan-ford coach, rates Standlee aa the greatest rmiDack m history on his top performances; He is the man who haa Big Steve Owen fighting off nightmares. Steve haa a strong Giant team, but so haa Bob Ney-land on the Army side. AFTER ALL THREE It might be stated here that Colonel Neyland, bringing - his stout Army squad in from New Havenf is out after all three games against the professionals. But hla main attention at this spot la focusaed entirely on the Giants this coming Saturday. With the various thrllla promised most of the afternoon, this game ahould be a sellout, even againat powerful opposition from other sporting fields. There is a keen percentage race on between the Western and Eastern Army squads, not overlooking the fact that Colonel Neyland and Major Wade have been hot rivals in the south for many years where Duke and Tennessee were nearly always up among the leaders. IN FULL SWING ' Football is now In full swing. By two weeks from Saturday Pennsylvania, Harvard, Michigan and other big colleges will be testing out various naval cadet uniti who introduce a new football feature. ' And there is still tremendous interest left in the college program. The earlier belief that college football would be at low ebb has now changed. There will be Just as many strong squads this season as any past campaign has known. ( Buckeyes slow grid practice; ?-w fear staleness CHICAGO. UP). Paul K. Brown, the former Massillon (O.) high school football coaoh who guided Ohio State's Buckeyes to a second place tie in his Western conference debut, is starting his second season on the cautious side. Where other Big Ten champs are beginning to speed up practice, the latest word from Columbus has Coach Brown calling Jor a "slow down." I It seems hit enthusiastic grid-ders even were taking to condi-tloaing wertouU with. alarming zest. So Brown ordered the pace slowed down, conceding there might be such a thing aa "going stale from overwork," even if the Buckeye practice was Just three days old. Among other Big Ten champs, three came up with scrimmages Wednesday. Purdue's varsity got its first crack at the freshmen and was none too impressive ... At Minnesota, Coach George Hauser rotated his first four lines on both offense and defense . . . Everyone but the first string backs engaged in a SO minute skirmish at Illinois. ,: ., . - 8 V Sergeant Joe and Pvt. Conn get furloughs Rest for title match Oct. 12 FORT RILEY, Kas. VP). With brand new sergeant stripes sewed on his uniform, Joe Louis left this cavalry training post Wednesday on the first leg of a Journey that will lead to a fight with Billy Conn In New York Oct 12 in defense of his heavyweight boxing crown. Louis was promoted from corporal to sergeant Just a few hours before he departed for Kansas City. At. the same time he was granted an emergency 37-day furlough, which . will give him four days to return to camp after the fight. He planned to leave Kansas City at 11 o'clock Wednesday, night for Chicago, where he will meet hi manager, Julian Black, and fight Promoter Mike Jacobs. The three are to go to New York and then Sergeant Louis will go to Detroit for a ten day visit at home. ne expects 10 siari ngni Training Sept. 21 at Greenwood Lake, N. Y where he haa trained for most of hla fights. "Twenty-one days Is all I need to train," he drawled. "I'm in better shape than I've ever been be fore a fight." Pvt. Billy Conn also received his order from the war department at Fort' Wadsworth Wednesday granting him a furlough to prepare for the fight He, promptly packed up and left for a brief visit to his home in Pittsburgh. Clipman cops Derby crown in gruelling stretch drive An outsider, stole the Nebraska Derby from the star studded eight horse field Wednesday. Clipman, a 8 to 1 dark horse, was ridden under the wire with speed plus by Jockey Al. Car- michael. Carquette, the favorite, was run ning the race true to form with Son O Prides and Our Bess e mov ing up but never able to hold their lead. The winner, held back in the pack by Carmlchael for over a mile, exploded as he hit the stretch and roared ' past Bob On, which was beginning to run away with the race, and bet the brown gelding to the wire. Bob On was second and Our Bessie, an early contender, was third, General Boy turned the "Whirl- away type" in the eighth race, behind nearly all the way, he roared across the finish line, barely nosing out Sasnak. A hard drive , to the finish brought victory to Sleep Out in the third, with the nag refusing to follow its name. A longshot Sleep Out outran Suntar and Sleepy Mose to pay S26.60 to hla backers In the third race. ' A daily double of 881.80 went to persons holding the ducats on Down Hill and Roland H. in the first and second races, respectively Down Hill fought an uphill bat tle with The Puma and finally overtook the black gelding to win by half a length. The second event saw a long- shot Roland H. ridden by Jockey F. Becker, pull away from the pace setter, Pair Sally. Betty Lou and Nomola which closed fast in th treteh to finish in that order. Jockey S. Miller copped honors among riders aa he took both Down Hill in the first, and Say Little in the fourth, across the finish aa winners. Becker Remains' j Top Fair Jockey. , Frits Becker continued to roll across with winners and boast his jockey standing total to 59 points. Willie Seger broke the second plsce tie with Frankle Sturdevant and is leading his opponent by one point nta. lt Ind Inl st. r. Barker , 1 11 U 4 M W. SsMaU. U S I U M Cards keep weather-eye open in race Postponements hurt chances BY PAUL 8CHEFFEL8. NEW YORK. (UP). Despite the possibility of poor weather hampering their Inspiring stretch drive to cut. the pace setting ..Brooklyn Dodgers' lead of three games, the St Louis Cardinals still were confident Thursday of returning the National league flag to the west The opening game of the Red-birds' final eastern campaign against the New York Giants was postponed Wednesday because of weather. Now they have decided to keep an . eye on the weather as well as the scoreboard and news of Dodger doings. Fortunately for the Cards, the Giants had an open date and the washed-out contest will be played Thursday. But from this point on in there is a possibility of games being washed out and summarily canceled for the Cards have no more open dates. , - Postponements Hurt Even if an open date developed in the Cards' schedule they would' not be able to play a postponed game, according to league rules, unless all other clubs consented to the plan. It seems unlikely that the Dodgers would agree. Last occurrence of that kind was in 1934 when the Cards had a game washed out at Ebbets Field and the Giants approved a later meeting. The Redblrds won that game and then rocketed on to beat the Giants out of the flag by two games. Yankees, A's Win. In addition to the St Louis-New York game, the Cincinnati-Boston contest and the double-header between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia were postponed in the National league Wednesday. The Washington-Chicago double-header in the American league was also postponed. In the only day game played, Joe Gordon's 18th homer with the bases loaded in the first inning enabled the Yankees to beat the Browns, 8-3. Gordon also hammered out a single, driving in five tallies to help Ernie Bonham register his 19th victory. Phil Marchlldon's no-hit relief pitching gained him his 17th victory as the Athletics beat the Indians, 5-4, In 13 innings Thursday night. It was their last meeting of the season, before only 4,127 spectators. Cornhusker liome games at 3 -p.m. All Nebraska home football games will start at 3 p .m. this fall instead of the previous starting time of 2 o'clock. "We are abiding: by a Big Six conference rule in this respect," John Selleck, Husker athletic director announced some time ago. ; All of Nebraska's out of town games will likewise start at 3p. m, except the battles scheduled with Iowa and the Seahawks at Iowa City. F. Slurdavant. S4 I 11 53 B. MasnuMOB 12 10 T S 52 S. Miller 22 t 1 4 37 W. Baaar sO 4 118! A. Carmlchari 3S 4 T S 31 U map 24 T ', S 1 D J, Walktr... ........ 37 S T 1 O. Cra I ,,.. 2S. S 4 8 23 C. Roberta ....-14 J i 1 11 M. Lav IT 2 1 1 B Brndnbur 2 1 1 I S . Sh.a 15 Ills P. jDomlnKuci.,,,,.., 6 1 1 0 S D. Pataraoftw IT -1 0 2 6 B. Coon 0 1 2 4 L. J. Whit 25 e 0 S 3 D. Daw 3 0 1 0 2 H. Randtr 3 0 0 1 1 J. jam S 0 1 1 Race results . . FIRST RACE: Pur $150, claiming, alx furlong. Down Hill (1 Wller) . . .$4.40 13 .00 13.40 Th Puma (B. llgnuaaon 3.40 2.M Qoldktn (M. Uvt) 5 20 Tim 1:34. Alio ran: My Rgarda. Mo-laaae Julia, Buck' Pal. Olaajtar Shlck, Jan W. . BKCOND RACK: PurM' $150, claiming, lx furlong. Roland H. (F. Broker).. $21.S0 $3 30 $5.00 Btty Lou (J. Walker). . T.40 4.20 Nomola (F. Sttirdrant). 3.30 Tin 1:25 4-5. Alao ran: afartil Illusion, JUmbl 0, Pair Bally, Princ Ballot. Glad Qulbblar. Dally doufel oa Down Bill and Hokum H. paid 331.30. THIRD .RACE: Pur) '$150, Claiming, about flv furlong. 81MB Out (J. Wilkr).$2.S0 $14 00 $.S0 Suntar (O. Craig) .... 1.00 .20 Sleepy Mom (W. K. Serer) ....,.,.... 4. 40 . Tim 1:03 4-5. . Alao ran: Gold Mixer, Fielder. Quitted, Single Ana, War Skillful. . . . FOURTH RACE: Puree $150, claiming, about flv lurllnm. Say I.lttl (8. Miller).. ..13.30 T.00 S.30 Mussina F. Bturdmnt) , $.00 4 40 Mr. Jam (P. Becker) . . 7 20 Tim 1:03 1-3. Alao ran: Bill! Dee Or. t-IsanuiMr. Wild rue. Black May. My Model. nFTH RACI: Pure $150, claiming, about live furlong. -. . . Luthr B. (at. tT . . 1 .3.00 4 0 3.40 Cloud D'or (A. Cirmicnel T.30 $.30 Man Mar (L. sup).... 3.M Tim 1:01 4. Ala ran: Tbelma B., fair-koff jraif, RH BeHe, Fair Mar, Centwelk SIXTH RACK: Pura $500, added, allowance. 1 l-14tb. "Tn Nebraaka Derby." Clipman (A. Carmlchael ) 14.30 3.20 00 Bon On r. Becker) ' S.30 6.40 Our Beaal (I. Magauaawa) 140 Tim 1:57.3. Alao ran: Sam O'Piidea, Eddie Gardner, Iron H, Canjuetta SEVENTH RACE: Pure $154, claiming, lx furlong. Sir Larkmead (W.'Scger) 33.10 3 30 4 30 Leap Tear Udr (A. Cacrolch.) $.40 3 40 Lone Wolf (F. Miller) 4.M Time 1:31.4. Aim ran: Clel Snow. Odd Brokea, Bay Whlak. Shasta Whletie, Buv, Tipy Peudjng. KIOHTS RACt Purs $150; claiming. 1 sail TO yard. Oeneral Bny (D. Pata'er) 13. 0 $ 30 3.M Sasnak (F. Berktr) 3.30 3 0 Bourn Creek (3. Miner) 3 30 Tim 1 44. Alan ran: Mori rig Ootid. Link Car!, Gold Spur. Sera ten d: Jaa DL'GJ AMERICAN IXAGTJK. w I .pet j 34 45 .7S Detroit 7 34 65 .04 Chicago 53 75 M .5321 Wasnins. 55 70 70 . 500i Phils. 51 NATIONAL LEAGCB. w 1 .petl w 34 43 .(! P1ttb rgh S3 31 4 .4 1 Chicago S3 I .pet T3 .473 New Tork Boston St. Louis Cat re land 73 .447 81 .407 M .357 I .Pet Brooklyn St. Lou I N. Tork Cincinnati Tl .44 77 .450 71 41 .551) Boston - 55 44 70..4S5Phila. 34 $1 .404 34 .377 Yesterday's scores AMERICAN LEAGl'B. New 3srk 8, St. Lsals 3. Pbuadelpkla 3, Cleveland (13 uuilngs). WaskkMtea al Cntrata (3 psstpened). (Only gassra srhrdaled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE. rsarsaaaH at Best fpsstpsard). M. Lenls al New Vrk Isewlpeaedl. rtttatargli al rwissVlplila (I eaecf llodl (Only gasMS sckedated.) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Kaaaa City 4, Crambs 1. Taled at Mlhraake (aastpsard). Friday's entries First rare. Pan 3 1 A; etalmbig, $ year aad ap. Six farktaga. Koreena (Shra) 114 Step Thru (Carmlchael) 114 Lit I Is Dsrlla (Walker) '104 Cracksman (Mlllerl , 112 Clear the Way (Becker) . , 114 Blinkem (White) 114 Sua Guts (No boy) 113 Bay Whisk (Paternoatcr) ......'113 Also eligible-Bessie' Pride (No boy) ..'103 Calculus (Becker) . 112 Disaster Slink (Coon) 113 Rep reunion (Shea) 117 Nomola (No boy) 'io Sugar Creek (Seger) 'ioa nersnd rare. Pars lift; claiming, 3 years aad ai4 Six faiieagv Soap Box (snirdcvanl) ...'107 Magic Lad (Becker) , 117 Booming Guna (No boy) '112 Sweepouch (Carmlchael) .- 117 Ernl Boy (Walker) ........'112 Pair Bally (Blspe) ..109 Magic Pat (Craig) '104 John Drliklll (No boy) 'HI AlMA tiFihl Fomparta (No boy) . .. Prince Be (No boy) Betty Lou (Walker) t. Ray Petty (Craig) ... Jean Coventry (Seger . ,'11J '10 ,'lo .'117 '100 vane w tLrfvej Third rare. 103 , $ Parse $I5 claiming About flv furlong. yrara aad ap Pat Ran INa hnvl 113 Chief's Ac (Shea) Mors Anon (White) Hi-Wave (Carmlchael) War Skillful (Sturdevant) ... Section Man (Becker) Rainy Nit (No boy) Chief's Scout (Seger) Also eligible .... Bleep Out (Wslker) , Bonada (Roberts) Cherry Boy (No boy) Oentlemsn Jack (Sturdevant) Lady Jones (No boy) ... 112 ... 113 ... 100 ...'107 ... 112 ...'107 ...'107 ...'111 .. .'104 ...'110 ...'115 ...104 115 Fourth race. Para $1M claiming $ year aad ap. About flv furlongs. Pair Mar (Slane) 103 Skeeter M (No boy) ......,..10 lmoj vvynons (Hturaevantj. Kiel's But (Roberts) Bay Marconi Pstsrnosfer) King' Porter (Seger) Whlt (Love) Suntar (Miller) Alao eligible Color Captain (Becker) Johnny Morsn (No boy).., Dixie Blaze (No boy)....., npim.Ml fBhiHlu,..,! 104 .10(1 .10 .112 .104 . Ill . 117 .112 10 112 Fifth rare. Pare $150: claiming, $ year and sp. About five rarioag. Leap Year Lady (Carmlchael) -10B Falrbury Fair (White)., Chart (Miller)' Molasses Julia (No boy) 114 112 ....109 ..'107 lfr 107 114 .'104 104 "107 M08 inuraion Laa (o rjoy)... Charm Aid (Walker) Bay Haven (Leve) Naughty Sister (Becker).. Alao eligible Thelma B (Seger) Feu Shay (No boy) Cloud n 'fir ir.pml.h..h Rita Bells (Roberta) . i ... .. aian star (aiape) . J. . . . . 112 107 ...uujtu WJ, - . - rap Phfm S9AA, u . rn ana ep six innongs. Juntex (Hlspe) Brush Brush (Dew).. Carquette (Roberts) Sir Larkmtad (Seger). ..... Pencode (Shea) .117 104 109 112 117 9 112 Aunt rt (No boy) John Oldham (Whit). naj imHlHCMIf, ,'.,.-10 Seventh race. Puree, $153, Claiming 3 year aad ap. Six fnrieasi. I .109 Double rineaas, Craig .....,..... 107 Mlrin rht 1mA SUmmr ...115 ...118 ...107 ...104 ... 112 ...115 ... 109 Buv, Sturdevant Th Puma, Magnuason . ... Mussina, no noy, Rnhhv Mar nn Kav Jack Alex, Walker ......M Miss Ward, Millar, ........ Also eligible: Sky Jack, Becker 112 rtanM W m hi,. .vn ,, , ,(u vvj 4,,,,.t.,,,,-lU. Poor Richard, no boy v.. .'.-..110 nrownie Made, Becker-,..,..-,', 115 Klshtk race. Purse, $16. - Clalmlag $ year and an. One mlla. Unn Coventry, fraig i..-,''... 110 Tistrue, Seger ........... ,.,J....-108 Buck's Pal, no boy..,. ........if.... .'110 iiwvuiv, uwn ......... ...... , J1U Marble Illusion, Slap 115 Do A Lot, Lev .......105 Ramble On, Carmlchael 112 ReJoliMr, Paternoattr ,,i,'.t g 105 Alar, elirihlff. ' , 1 . Moochle Bj Bradenburg ,. 102 Mr. Beth, no boy. .. .wM.!jpi.t 105 Apprantic allows nc. : - . W Kansas City wins first game of A. A. playoffs - 1. By Vailed Pre. Kansas City, pennant winners, in the American Association, try Thursday to make it two in a row over Columbus, third place winners, in the upper bracket of the playoffs. The, Blues and Redbirds started a four out of seven game series Wednesday night ? to determine who plays the winner of a similar series between Milwaukee and Toledo for the playoff crown. The Brewers and Mudhens also were scheduled to start their series Wednesday night but the game was postponed and Will be played Thursday. Kansas City scored four runs in the first six innings off of Ted Wilks to , beat Columbus 4 tO 1. ' "' 5, ," 4" Softball schedule 7:45 Air Base Blues vs. Jacobs; Ben Simon's vs. Skippers, Warren M. E. vs. Journal. 9:00 Robert's vs. 19th School Squadron; Rockets vs. 7 Up; WPA vs. Calvary Lutheran. RUNNING RACES With the Mutuets Sept. 7-S-t-lS-A Bee Start al 1:3 P. M. Ire e4 pregraas ketw race SaekeS with tkrifla sag laigka. CSANDSTANB ADMISSION rareserveS SaS Seetiaas.... ...... 3. irl Oater Stl. ...... ... U. $1111114 Bex Seat 3 rS. Taa Iela44 , . NEBRASKA STATE fAIR TRACK Kicldng and passing get 1st grooming Tall ends to improve attack BY WALTER E. DOBBINS. Halfback Al Zikmund of Ord blossomed out as a punter Wed nesday afternoon as Coach Glenn Preanell sent; his, Cornhusker charges thru another lengthy drill. The 1 morning workout wai confined to fund amenta Is a n d , gro u p work. Kickers and j passers w e r fi given a chanca to display their, wares, tha Husker staff calling upon five p u n t e r m and seven flip-pers to te at skill. . . . Altho all tha audi vmmo tailbacks ort left halfbacks took a turn booting the leather, Dale Bradley, Roy Long; , and Howie Debus got most of the) attention along with Zikmund and Fullback Walry Hopp. ' Passing a Threat eraaiey, ueous ana Long were likewise included among the passers. Addded to this threesome were' Fred Metheny and Bob Cooper, quarterbacks and Sophomores Dick Thompson and Hopp. v "We didn't score a single touchdown thru the alrlanea last year altho our passing attack clicked fairly well down field," Preanell commented. "We are going to try to remedy that situation." ' Husker passing should be improved for all the throwers except Thompson and .Hopp have had game experience under their belts. Nebraska's ends this season appear to be a better bunch of pass grabbers than the 1941 lot Ends Are Tall. ; Sophomore Vic Clark, for ear.-" ample, stands 6-4; Tall Bert Giss-ler towers above the rest at 6-7; the starting pair of Jack Hazen and Marv Thompson are both over 6 feet while Ed Nyden's height-iaf listed at 6-3. Jerry Kathol is 6-1; Chuck Thorne stands at 6 feet even; Dean Gelwick's height Is 6-2; $hat of BUI Hewitt, 6-2 inches - and Johnny Peters, 6-1. , - Nebraska's offense will differ - only slightly from last year altho Head Coach Glenn Preanell no doubt has a few tricks-up his ' sleeve. With veteran quarterbacks in Metheny and Cooper, the Husker staff feels that game conduct aa pertaining to strategy will be in capable hands. v . The Huskers appear to be fairly well balanced except for lack of experience at center and fullback. Bob McNutt should help tha tackle situation mightily and-if Chuck Wright and Dwayne Do-meier come thru along with soma of the Other sophomores, there" will ' be few worries at that position. - Run Obstacle Course. Presnell has been working hla men hard, winding up each-work out with a run thru the obstacle course. It is usually a tired bunch of boys when time is called each afternoon. . ..v.. Double dally workouts will con tinue at least. until school starts. "Iowa U.- started a week earlier than we did and they will have a game under their belts before' we meet them," . Presnell com mented. "That is a big advantage and we will have to work hard to get In shape and have our plays clicking and our defenses set by Sept 26." t rro t 9 .. v . ? nS si? C- sj s.; t Jag if;, IS rsvt V5

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