Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on December 28, 1942 · Page 9
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, THE FREEPORT JOURNAL-STANDARD PHONE 3100 PAGE NINE All-Stars Beat Redskins; Investigate Failure Of Baugh To Appear For Tilt Passing Star Of Champs Not Present To Play BY TED MEIER Philadelphia Dec. 28.—(tf 1 )—The failure of Sammy Baugh, star of the ChMnplon Washington Redskins, to appear for yesterday's pro bowl football classic at Shlbe park caused a furore that overshadowed the Nation league All-Stars 17 to 14 victory over the league champions. Commissioner Elmer Layden ordered an Investigation to bring out the "full facts." Another league official explained: "from all we know Baugh might have had a legitimate excuse for not showing up. But so far we can find no legitimate reason for his not notifying us that he could not or was not coming."^ Baugh declared at his Rotan, Tex. ranch home that "I tried my best to make the game. They were supposed to have a car ready for me in Sweetwater (about 30 miles from Rotan> so I could catch a plane out of Dallas about 11:50 p. in. Saturday night. The car was not there." The announcement Baugh Vould not play was made late Saturday night. Many in the crowd of 18,671 knew nothing about it. when they appeared at the park. • All proceeds of the game, above minimum expenses, were turned over to the United Seamen's service. The players were not paid and many of BaUgh's Washington teammates were reported "sore" at his failure to appear. George Strlckler, director of public relations for the league, said Baugh was expected here Saturday morning, two airplane tickets Having been delivered to his home on Tuesday. A telephone call to Rotan Saturday afternoon disclosed Baugh wasn't feeling well and didn't think he could make it. Arrangements Made M. Borland Doyle, vice president of the Washington club, talked with Baugh and he finally agreed to make the trip, Strickler declared, adding: "We made arrangement with the Sweetwater police to give Baugh an escort to Dallas. He was to get the 11:30 p. m. through plane or if he missed that the 1:30 a. m. plane for Washington. Late Saturday we were informed by the Sweetwater police Baugh had decided there wasn't time to get to Dallas so went back home." The game itself gave the Chicago Bears some measure of revenge for losing the league title to the Redskins two weeks ago. Lee Artoe, Bear tackle, provided the winning three points by kicking a 43-yard field goal on the second piny of the last quarter. Artoe's mighty boot climaxed a furious six minute period in which 24 of the 31 points were •cored. _. The Redskins took the lead in the first quarter on Ki Aldrich's 30-yard punt return for a touchdown, A 97- yard run by Pittsburgh's Bill Dudley after he intercepted a pass, tied the score in the third quarter. The All-Stars went ahead on-John Petty's lunge from the two to cap a 51- yard advance, but the Redskins promptly tied it on a 15-yard aerial, Roy Zimmermann to Bob Seymour. In the last 30 seconds Bob Master- ion's field goal attempt from the 27 went wide. It was the first Victory for the All-Stars since the pro bowl series began in 1938. The gross gate was announced as $75,000. In addition $90,170 in war bonds was sold between the halves. Red Ruffing Reports To Draft Board For Exam 8«nt» Monlcft, Calif., Dee. 28.— (IP)—Rlghthanded Charlie Rufflnt, ac« of the Ne# York Yankees' pitch- Ing staff for the past decade, will report to his draft board today for a physical examination preparatory to induction. The 37-year-old veteran Is employed in an aircraft plant in southern California during the off-season. He is married but has no children. Ruffing will be 38 years old next May. Pro AlUStart B«at Champs Alumni Squad Beats Bulldogs In 37-21 Battle EXPERIENCE COUNTS Larry Cmiff (54) of All-Stars blocking Charlie Mai one (19) of Washington as John Petty (10) makes (en yards in Redskin-Pro All-Stars game at Philadelphia. Stars won 17 to 14.—NEA Tclephnto. Mills Mas Eyes On Loop Record For Cage Squad Tennis Matches Are Sugar Bowl Feature New Orleans, Dec. 28.—(/P)—Tennis matches and a card of amateur fights were on the Sugar bowl's midwinter week of sports menu here today while Tulsa and Tennessee, opponents for the New Year's day football classic, polished off with drills at nearby gulf coast training camps. Top-ranking Ted Schroeder of California drew the toughest tennis assignment of the day, having to catch up because of a late start. Schroeder, the defending champion, was unable to get here Saturday for the opening round and also was absent yesterday, but the single., quarter-finals and semi-finals and the doubles semi-finals were postponed until today. Francisco Segura of Ecuador was expected to reach Tuesday's singl -s finals along with Schroeder. The latter must play opening round singles and doubles matches today to catch up with the others. Eight New Orleans amateur boxers ruled slight favorites in to- Bl' TOMMV United Press Staff Correspondent Champaign, 111., Dec. 28.—(IP)— Doug Mills, the youthful and resourceful University of Illinois basketball coach, eyes a long-standing Big Ten record as he prepares his team for the opening of its conference campaign. Illinois won tne undisputed Big Ten championship last season and is faVored to repeat. If it accomplishes the feat it will be the first team to win two straight undisputed league crowns since Wisconsin turned the trick in 1913 and 1914. Mills took the greatest collection of sophomores in Big Ten history a season ago and H'on the championship by a comfortable three- game margin. His stars of 1941-42 now are juniors and with a year's competitive experience figure to be tougher than ever. The class of the Illinois squad was indicated by the team's early season record. • It won victories over Detroit, Nebraska, Missouri and Great Lakes. Its lone defeat was at the hands of Camp Grant. Illinois plays Stanford, winner of the National collegiate championship last season, next Saturday nnd inaugurates the Big Ten schedule .Tan. 9 with Michigan as its opponent. From the great squad of last season Mills has back his entire starting five and two members of the second team. Rounding out the varsity group are four cagers from last season's reserve team and four good sophomore prospects. Great Squad The starting Illinois five has practice sessions today, Coach John Barnhill of Tennessee suggested that Tulsa might not be the only one to toss a few passes on New Year's day. But observers considered It a bit late in the season to start practicing an aerial attack that would approach the wizardry of the Dobbs variety, nnd believed that concen- trai.ion on Tennessee power would be a better bet. Barnhill's well-tutored linesmen play the most rugged type of football. Vol tackles such as Dick Huffman and Denver Crawford are noted for their stamina, When a Vol meets an opposing player, the latter usually is the last to get up from the gridiron. Barnhill, who was a line coach before he became head mentor, has two good forward walls with which to weaken the Golden Hurricane's defense and passing attack. Two Grid Teams Ready For Rose Bowl Tilt Jan. 1 Pasadena, Cal., Dec. 28.—(U 3 )—The Rose bowl picture today, Just four days before the referee's whistle opens the New Year's day gridiron ' He is rated as a good floorman'and classic, found the rival Georgia and pivot man under the basket. The Freeport Squad Rated Fifth In Prep Cage Ranks Springfield. 111., Dec. 28.—(U,R>— Illinois high schools neared the end of their first month of basketball today with 15 grouped as outstanding because of early play, but several of them face severe tests in holiday tournaments starting today and tomorrow. , Heading the group of "best" teams in the state is Coach Ernie Eveland's Paris Tigers who have rode rough shot over all opposition to date. Many rate this year's Edgar county team the best in Paris history, despite the great playing which made it the runnerup to the state last year. Probably coming as a surprise to many prep cage followers is the selection of Pinckneyville, Perry county, as the state's number two team this time. Like Paris, it too has been unbeaten this year, numbering among its champion victims, Duquoin, co- of the Southwest Egyptian conference last year. The Perry county school Is Alumni (37) B F Grant, f 2 0 Cremer, f 2 1 Corrigan, f 3 1 Bald, f 1 1 Schramm, c 5 0 Scott, c 0 1 Stahl, g 2 1 Goodwin, g ,,,.. 0 0 Christine, g 1 0 Scheldt, g .-.. 0 0 Totals 16 5 Aquin (21) B F Deethart, f 1 2 O'Rourke, Trapp, f Tappe, c Clarke, g Witt, g .. 1 2 0 1 0 Krogull. g 1 H, Deethart, g 2 Totals 8 Score by quarters: Alumni 6 5 17 Aquin 5 6 4 P 3 2 1 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 12 P 4 1 3 2 4 0 3 1 Big Ten Cage Squads Set For Busy Week; Preparing For Conference Opening 5 18 9-37 6—21 sparked by two men, one small and the other tall. They are Guebert, a center, standing six feet, six inches. UCLA camps displaying spirits yet shown in pre-game workouts, but foi< widely variant The Uclans just feel good. Despite an unusually heavy practice session Saturday, the Bruins asked Coach Babe Horrell for a workout highest other is fast forward Rothenberger, five feet, seven inches. Freeport Fifth In the number three spot Is Morton of Cicero, a school which Sunday. When he said no, the Bruin squad voluntarily went on a mile hike. The Bulldogs are happier because All-America Frankie Sinkwich donned sweat clothes yesterday and has always been a power in state basketball. Lawrencevillc's Indians rate fourth place with Freeport of Andy Phillip and Kon Menkc fit the | joggd around the practice field un- night's go with hand-picked Chicago mittmen, Hockey Lost Night By The Associated Press Sunday National League: Detroit 6; Chicago 1 Montreal 4; Boston 2 New York 3: Toronto 1 American League: Bu/falo 4: Cleveland '2 Hershey 6: New Haven 3 Providence 7; Washington 3 Indianapolis 1; Pittsburj i overtime tiei. Saurday National League: Toronto 7; Boston 2 American League: Cleveland 6; Indianapolis 4 Hershey 1; New Haen 1 time tie i. Pittsburgh 0; buiulo u uu-i. Providence 4; Washington 1. ii forwards; Art Mathisen at center nnd Jack Smiley and Gene Vance at the guards. Mathisen is a senior. The other four are juniors. Those were the players who pained 13 triumphs in 15 conference games last season. The only change Mills has marie in the combination is to switcli Phillip and Smiley. Phillip played a guard last season and led the team's scorers with 159 points in conference competition. To take full advantage of his scoring ability he was moved to forward and has clicked well at the new position. Phillip, who was an all Big Ten choice Inst season, has scored 47 points in five games thus far. Smiley is regarded as the outstanding defensive eager on the squad and Mills believes the shift will work to the advantage of both players. Phillip's running mate at forward is Menkr. He scored 134 points in league games a year ago and has accelerated his offensive pace this .season with GO points to date. Mathisen, a hurley six-foot, five- inch eager, is one of the conference's best tipoff and rebound men. He bagged only 66 points in title play last season, but was invaluable as a "feeder" for his mates. Vance excels as a floorman and passer. Other Ifttermen back are Ed (Ace) Parker, who can play either center or forward, and Chuck Fowler, a forward. Players on last season's reserve tfain wno have returned are Ray Bergerson, Ken Parker, Al Shirley and Herb Matter. OulManriiii£> sophomores are Olhe Fhoaif, a forward; Bill Miller and Gordon Hortin, guaras, and Jack Kjt'lls'trom, a six-loot, four-inch center. Tennessee Linemen To 'Try Rushing Tulsans til his twisted right ankle forced a the Big Eight conference in fifth. fi ve . i Moline high school is sixth, most- 1 ly by reason of its ability to triumph over the Taylorville 'Purple Tornadoes Saturday night. The latter lost to Moline on the Plowboys' floor and had it won, would have rated consideration for a much halt. The Georgia either been in bed sensation has or confined to his hotel room since he sprained the ankle in practice early last week. Although Sinkwich limped notice- yesterday, both Coach Wally Butts and Head Trainer Doc Jones assured the skeptical he would be ready to don his uniform New Year's day. Bulldogs Show Spirit Held to a 11 to 11 tie in the first half Aquin high Alumni cagers turned on the steam in the third and fourth quarters and took a 37 to 21 game from the school team at Aquln court yesterday afternoon before a large gathering of fans. In the preliminary St. Vincent's grade school quint won a 26 to 12 verdict, over St. Mary's graders. Crouch, St. Vincent's, and Lawver, St. Mary's, were the scoring aces in the prelim. Between the two games twenty- four Aquin high school girls, under the direction of Carl Wiefenbach, gave an interesting and impressive drill on the basketball court. They showed the effects of much training and their efforts met with the whole hearted approval of the audience. The main attraction had hardly started when O'Rourke hit a goal to give the school team a lead. However, the count was soon tied and the.clubs then exchanged points as the veterans took a margin of 6 to 5 as the quarter closed. The score was reversed in the second period and the half concluded with the count a deadlock of 11 all. Start Parade Bob Krogull, who was In char^ of the former stars, apparently gave his charges" a pep talk between halves as they came out in the third quarter to brush the opposition before them in a spirited drive that netted 17 points while the Bulldogs were garnering only 4 markers. Although the veterans seemed somewhat tired at times they continued their fast pace in the fourth quarter and annexed 9 points to 6 for the Schrempf clan to round out a 37 to 21 total. Although the contest was slightly rough at times this was due to the hard play of both clubs and the entire affair was a battle of friendly rivalry between the former greats of Aquin and the current stars. Paul (Moose) Schramm was the leading scorer of the day with 5 field goals for 10 points. Trapp counted 6 for Aquin while Don Deethart and H. Deethart each gamed 4 marks. The scoring of the victors, outside the points made by Schramm, was well divided. The Alumni alternated their ten players throughout the game, making a complete change of lineup at various times. The Bulldogs put up a good battle but could not compete with their larger and more experienced foes in the third and fourth sessions. \ Play Lena Tuesday Aquin resumes activities at Aquin court tomorrow night when they meet the fast stepping Lena team here. There will be a preliminary game with the main attraction .scheduled for 8:15 o'clock. The Lena [club has been playing good ball of late and as the Aquinites have Pretz To Ring In New Year At La Salle BIG 8 CONFERENCE row, was given eighth position with Canton and Kewanee listed in and tenth positions. Experts Clay City and Paris will meet in the finals of the Paris tourney. Centralia Down Centralia, winner of the state high school cage crown last year, is higher standing. Clay City, which has won ten and 0 „..„„„ „., ..... lost none and which will play in the shown marked improvement in their Paris^ tournament, opening tomor- | i as t few starts this should be a fine attraction. Thursday night Aquin journeys to j Pearl City for a return game with that club. Clubs Taper Off Work For Cotton Bowl Fray Once they .saw Sinkwich back on ! rated eleventh, but is improving so the field, the Bulldogs went through ' fast that after play thrir most sprilcd workout yester- | Vernon invitational' day since they arrived here a week j which starts Wednesday is finTshed, the Orphans may force themselves to be rated much higher. West Rockford and West Frankfort are twelfth and thirteenth respectively. Decatur, present leader in the central Illinois Big Twelve ago. It appeared more than likely that Sophomore Charley Trippl will have to take over much of the burden usually cniTied by Sinkwich, whose ankle undoubtedly will prove a handicap. Trippi was one of the chief reasons why the Bulldogs defeated Georgia Tech and thereby were invited west for the Rose bowl In the other camp, a knee injury suffered over the week-end by UCLA's 200-pound first string cen-1 ter, Bill Armstrong, was reported I satisfactory. Coach Horrell said he | would definitely start the big pivut' man. ' Both teams have intensive drill? scheduled today. The Bulldogs plan to work again on pass offense, while the Bruins will probably continue plotting their previously announced two-way system to stop Georgia, wirh Sinkwich wich. conference, just ahead is of Riverton of the in the Mt, Dallas, Texas, Dec. 28.—(IP)— tournament! Georgia Tech and the University of ' Texas football teams tapered off training with mild workout schedules today as the approach of their New Yeor's clay Cotton bowl (lit found both squads In top physical condition. The two squads, numbering some ranked fourteenth, ] 70 p!a yers, arrived on the scene R1 if or 11-1 »•» rtf *V,« r _ ^ ' _ . . . —. -«i Sangamon Valley conference, but at the bottom of the selected list. Numerous other schools were con- Sunday and the rival coaches, Bill Alexander of the Georgians and Texas' Dana X. Bible, slated only light drills. Most of the players had nhe somir Allerton "in ' were; Free- ! central; Springfield the southeast Cathedral, m'al mentors agreed their primary task was putting their men on edye for the contest. Alexander, who lias been voted coach of the year by sports writers, Games Thursday Night Freeport at La Salle-Peru, 8 p. m. West Aurora at St. Charles (non- conference 1 . Games Saturday Night Joliet at Morton i Cicero' (non- conference 1 . Wheaton at East Aurora tnon- conference'. East Rock ford at Sterling Township < non-conference'. BY GEORGESCHUNK . Any New Year's eve frolicking Freeport high school cagers have in mind will be carried out on the basketball court at. La Salle-Peru come Thursday evening. One of two Big Eight varsity Jousts listed before general resumption of play Jan. 8 finds the Dupee club at La Salle Thursday; Elgin treks to West Aurora, Jan. 5. Orange and Black majors perpetrators of the season's outstanding upsets, a 30-25 victory over previously unbeaten Moline last Wednesday, make their home appearance on Jan. 8, when Elgin calls. Cavaliers Share Lead Their season's record now standing at three wins against four losses, Dupee cagers face another tough hurdle on the spacious L.-P.-O., court. Sharing the conference leadership with Elgin and West Rockford by virtue of wins over West Aurora and East Rockl'ord, Cavaliers have won 5 out of 6 starts. Marse Walter Tyler's lads, the conference doormat in 1941-42 but a vastly improved club as the season closed, sport a veteran ensemble built around Fran Mclnerney, sharpshootlng guard; Chet Sainal, speedy forward; and Walter Joop, a mid-year graduate who operates at either forward or center. Two sophomores have come up to earn varsity Jobs with the Red and Green following cancellation of the underclass program within the loop. Howard Boles, the stringbean type, is listed at center while Bill (Buttons) Liebe, the gridiron extra point expert, performs at guard. Abandon Zone Gasoline rationing has all but put an end to scouting within the leayue j but over the underground comes | word that r l%ler has abandoned his usual zone defense for the strict man-for-man type and that the Cavalier attack drives straight "down the middle." "Plug the middle and stop Mcln- j erney and you've got them iLa Salle) beat," is the way one veteran observer poises it. "Mac." a speedy, versatile performer, is admittedly the key man of the L.-P. single pivot offense but any of his mates can and have had good nights at the hoop. Unless the situation requires manipulation, Coach -Dupee svill probably stand pat on the new Orange nnd Black lineup that functioned ably against Moline. Pretzels flashed new effectiveness in rebounding with the starting combine of Donnie Best and Jim Schoerhard, forwards; Louis Kracht, center; Rog Weiland andv Donn Hershbereer, guards, bearihg the brunt, of the play. j Wieland, a senior with possibilities if he can learn to keep his hands to himself, ard Hershberger, a strong and willing sophomore, made j good tn their promotions while Dan j Fergusion, Chuck Kunt?,elrnan and I Cal Wunsch all functioned well in J reserve roles. It. Ferguson Benched Lanky Hog Ferguson, Capt. Mor-1 ritt Allen's number one replacement; a year ago, has boon Dupee's big- | grst disappointment this winter am), I unless he demonstrates that he can! produce, will probably continue to occupy a prominent spot on the '. bench. ; Holiday vacation has seen no lei-| clown in the Pretzel camp with daily | scrimmages in order. Former Onuitfe i and Blnt'k stars home from mod- i west, colleges nnd universities have i provided excellent oppo.Mtion for; the present deiendcrs of the school ; colors. I Four of the five members of last year's Ri^ Eight championship array "Ding" Bell, Gerry Dirkscn. Bill Young an>1 Captain John Pin- , now -have put in an appearance' along with "Wimp" \\YrniA Jack Schimpf. Bob n.Uiin, Don Boek- ' holder anri others. | Holiday Tourney Time For Preps Of This Sector The De Kalb holiday meet, a northwestern Illinois fixture, and the McHenry county tournament at Woodstock commanded attention of twenty-four prep quintets today. Hinckley, second only to unbeaten Somonauk, and Kirkland pried the lid of the three-day De Kalb invitational at 10'a. m. with Oregon, a Rock River Valley standout, taking on Leland at 11. Afternoon action pitted Belvidere against West Chicago at 1:30 o'clock, Somonauk against Batavia at 2:30 and Shabbona against Sandwich at 3:30. Evening games matched Waterman's defending champions and Geneva at 7. Harlem (Loves Park) and DC Kalb at 8 and Sycamore and St. Mary's (Woodstock), the first Catholic entry in meet history, at 9. 3-Day Affair De Kalb quarter-finals are listed for Tuesday with semi-finals Wednesday afternoon and finals the same evening. All games are scheduled for the Northern Illinois Teachers' college gymnasium. Woodstock attracted seven neighborhood rivals with Green GiaiU.s of Hebron favored to win for the fourth consecutive season. The opening night's schedule of four games: Crystal Lnke-Marengo, 6 p. m.; McHenry-Hebron, 7:15; Harvard-Huntley, 8:30; Rlchmond- -Woodstock, 9:45. Morrison has a one-day tournament scheduled for Wednesday. Pulton and Lyons, la., match shots at 1 p. m. and Morrison Mallets, the favorites, take on Sterling Community at 2:15 o'clock . A single championship game is listed for Wednesday evening. Cubs Will Not Train At Home Says Jimmy Philadelphia, Dec. 28.—(LP)—The Chicago Cubs will not hold spring training on its home grounds, according to Manager Jimmy Wilson. "A team goes into spring training to get the players, the press 'and the fans in a baseball frame of mind," he said. "It is in a camp— a place where the team can remain together as a unft—that men talk, eat and learn baseball for 24 hours a day. You can't get those necessary intimate contacts when a player does his work at a home ball park, hops into a bus to his boarding Hoosiers Meet Loyola Outfit In Tilt Tonight BY CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Chicago, Dec. 28.—(#>)—Providing everybody makes train connections, this will be the busiest basketball week of the new season for Big Ten teams as they take advantage of a 12-game program to adjust themselves for the start of the conference campaign a week from Saturday. The schedule, involving every Big Ten outfit but Chicago, will open tonight with Indiana, unbeaten in four starts while averaging better than 59 points, opposing Loyola In Chicago. The Hoosiers should have a fairly easy time. Indiana can further stretch Its winning record Wednesday against Nebraska at Lincoln. Other engagements Wednesday will send Ohio State to the University of Rochester for the start of a three-game barnstorming tour, and Sclfridge Field to Michigan. Thursday Games On Thursday, Wisconsin will face Harvard in a doubleheader at Milwaukee, which will open with DePaul after its eighth consecutive win against Marquette. Ohio State will be at Pittsburgh the same night. Harvard, coached by Earl Brown, former Notre Damp basketball and football star, has averaged 50 points a game in downing five eastern clubs and will play Bradley Tech Wednesday before starting against the Badgers. Purdue, defeated by DePaul and Notre Dame, will go to Toledo Friday, while Harvard will shift to Michigan State and Bradley Tech will be visited by Oregon State. Saturday's busy schedule will take Stanford to Illinois, Great Lakes to Northwestern, Ohio State to Kentucky, South Dakota State to\ Minnesota and Ripon to Iowa. Mount Columbia, Canada, Is sometimes called "the geographical center of North America." house or takes a car downtown to take in some show." Wilson said the Cubs have tentatively arranged to do their preliminary work at French Lick Springs Ind., not more than 250 miles from Chicago. Champaign and Bloomington in the I P rese n ted a pessimistic face when central; and unbeaten Somonauk ' cornered ln nls notel headquarters. La Salle-Peru, Elgin and Waukegan in the northern area. . iu ci u| , vj<r..i B »n, .. —•• and without Sink-j NOHS LODCrt 10 Lead Phils Another Year I Nrw Orleans. D-:c. L'B ~-'lPi - Ten• j nej-f-ee's bf.-'. pa.-j ueiente agauiii the aerials of Tula's All American | Glenn Dobbs in the Sugar bowl j game may be the constant rushing I of the lightning-fasi volunteer (over-1 linesmen. .\-~> bOi.l tr.ijli J.I ii 111.1'. .-> ;.; ...; i,.l i. n- M,.•, llg il If XV ipl'i tl .11 College Basketball By The Associated Press V. UH UUO IiUcil IWU-a-Uay j 12- Southern California 42; Canisius 2;j Temple 40: Washington State 39 St. Johns 52; Tennessee 41 Kansas 53. St. Bonaventure 22 Oregon State 45. City College of New York 34 Midwest DePaul 49; Toledo 40 Oklahoma 57; Bradley Tech 28 West MudtiilKt -i!/. I !.-.h 4.' rn Branch i Philadelphia, Dec. 28. —<IP>—President Gerald U. Nugent of the Philadelphia Phils announced today that Hans Lobert would manage the club again next year Denying reports that Johnny Ali§n, new Phils' pitcher or anyone else was being considered for' the post, Nugent said Lobert would be signed "any day now " "Frankly, I'm worried about those Texans," he said. "We don't know anything about them—that is, except that they play a fine brand of football I know that any Bible- ; coached team won't be lacking In ; fundamental ability. Their fine rie- j fensiv* record tills year vouches for that." SKATES HONED AND SHARPENED Messing & Becker 18 So. 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