Albany Democrat-Herald from Albany, Oregon on November 22, 1950 · 12
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OSC Hopes To Improve For Civil War' Contest ORF.fiON STATE COLLEGE. Corvallis, Nov. 22 Oregon State's Beavers, hopeful they will make a better showing than against WSC last weekend, launched practice sessions Mondav for the "civil war" contest m romano oaiuraay - !it x1 TT." . 11... JT r. iwhu wie university ui viw Basketball Coach Poll To Be Used NEW YORK. Nov. 22. U.R-The United Press announced today the formation of board of basketball experts, made up of 35 of the nation's outstanding basketball coaches, to rate the country's col legiate teams each weeK. The board will operate In the same manner as the United Press board of football experts, whose weekly ratings have become generally accepted as the official rankings of the teams. .' Viu. basketball coaches will serve from each of the seven sections of the country the east, midlands, midwest, Pacific .coast, Rockies, south and southwest They will rate the teams In order each week and from their ballots the United Press will compile weekly ratings, based on 10 points for each first place vote, nine for second and so on down to one for 10th. The selections of each coach Will be confidential. Their votes will provide the only basketball rating based on the opinion of the men who know the sport the best. The nature of the board, giving each section of the country equal representation, avoids the sectional bias and ballot box stuffing for which other baskestball polls have been criticized. V. F.W. Thanksgiving Dance At V. F. W. Hall THURSDAY NIGHT Dancing 9:30 p.m. to 1 :00 a.m. Sweet Homt, Oregon gon. The Beavers turned in their poorest performance of the season at Pullman. Blocking was bad, tackling worse and costly penalties at cruel a points always kept the team in hot water. It scarcely re sembled the outfit that bat tled UCLA in Los Angeles several weeks ago. Baker Leads Offense Sam Baker, sophomore fullback, carried the offensive load for OSC against the Cougars, picking up 78 net yards. Baker also had a 42.7 punting average on five kicks, Coach Kip Taylor, , extremely disappointed at the club's show ing, praised only three players for their efforts at Pullman. They are Dick Brand, defensive end; Dave Lofts, veteran guard; and Bob Redkey, linebacker. All the others, said the OSC headman, loafed through the ball game. Webfoots Improving The Orangemen expect a tough tussle from the Webfoots Satur day. Oregon started slowly, but has improved in the last few games. Washington's Huskies downed the Beavers by a wider margin than Oregon. Coach Jim Aiken's outfit has a potent passing attack that can cause any foe trou bile. The Multnomah stadium game is expected to be a sellout, but tickets are still available. Oregon State players come through the WSC fray without any injuries and should be in tip-top physical condition for the Ducks. Taylor plans heavy scrimmage sessions until Thursday, when the squad will start tapering off. Ducks Lead In Games , The Beavers and Webfoots have met 93 times on the gridiron, with Oregon victorious 27 times, Oregon State on 19 occasions. Seven games ended in a tie; In the last 13 years, however, OSC has won 10 of the contests. Oregon State won the 1949 tilt, 20-10, behind the running of Left Halfback Ken Carpenter, who is now with the Cleveland Browns. MDU CAN PAY MORE Vg BUT YOU CANT tnMI 'IP BUY BETTER.. . yVPB9 AT YOUR FORD j J DEALER'S FRIDAY! i. r UP Poll Chooses All-Sfar Elevens By HAL WOOD Unit Press SMrti Writer SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. (U.R) University of San Francisco's Dons, playing one of the toughest schedules in the west, placed four men on the 1950 United Press independent conference all-star team announced today. Undefeated Loyola and San Jose State each had two names on the first team, while Nevada, College of Pacific and Santa Clara nailed down the other three places. Only St Mary's failed to place a single man on the first team, although two Gaels made the second. Billy Wilson, San Jose's great offensive and defensive wingman; and Wally Graf, Nevada's fine pass-catcher, were named at the ends; the tackle spots were nailed down by Jim Cozad of Santa Clara and Gino Marchetti of USF; the guards are Sid Hall, COP, and Dick Stanfel, USF; while Burl Toler, USF, one of the best centers in the west, is the pivot In the backfield are Don Klos- terman and George Musacco of Loyola; Harry Beck, the loop's leading ground gainer, San Jose State, and Ollie Matson, the fine all-around performer at USF. This team was selected with aid of the coaches at each of the seven schools, which make up the mythical conference. Here are the choices: E-WUn, San JoM Stat. T Coied, Sinta Clara. O Stanfel, USF. C Tolar. USr. O Hell. COP. T Marchetti. USF. K Graf. Nevada. B Kloaterman. Loyola. B Beck, Baa Joae State. B Muaaeeo. Loyola. B Mataon. USP. Contest Winner J i' v aw ul Bob Crocker, Albany, Is pictured above on the right receiving his grand prize of a topcoat for winning the Miller's clothing store football contest during the 1950 season. Frank Niles, manager of Miller's, tests the fit. Crocker won two of the weekly contests for prizes of a shirt and piled up a high-average record for the grand prize. i Jr. DALLAS, Tex., Nov. 22. (U.R) The United Press All-Southwest conference team for 1950: E Andy HUlhouie, Texai AM, E Harold Riley. Baylor, Jr. T Ken Jackaon. Texae. Sr. . T Paul Qlrotki. Blee. Sr. G Bud McFadin. Texai. Sr. O Dave Hanner, Arkanaaa, Jr. C Dick Hightower, SMU, Jr. QB Larry labeU. Baylor. Jr. HB Kyle Rote. SHU, Sr. HB Byron Towneend. Texai, Jr. FB Robert Smith. Texaa AM, , Jr. RALEIGH, N. C, Nov. 22. U.R The United Press All-Southern conference football team for 1950: B Elmer Wlngate, Maryland. Sr. E Glenn Smith. Cltmeon. Jr. T Elmer Coata. N. C. State. Jr. T Jim Staton, Wake Foreit, Sr. 0 Bob Ward, Maryland, Jr. G Bob Auffarth. Wake Foreit, Sr. C Irvln Holdaih, No. Carolina, Sr. B Billy Cox, Duke. Sr. B Steve Wadiak, So. Carolina. Jr. B Gil Bocetti, Waihlngton Lee, Jr. B Fred Cone. Clemion, Sr. Boston College Coach Resigns NEWTON, Mass., Nov. 22. (U.R) Downcast Dehny Myers said today a suicide schedule and lack of material forced him to resign as head football coach at once-mighty Bos ton College, The 45-year-old Myers bowed out yesterday, effective Dec. 2 after the traditional season-end game with Holy Cross. A storm of criticism, whipped up by the Eagles' dismal record of eight losses, one tie and no victories so far this year, proved his downfall. College officials said no succes sor has been chosen, but it was reported a chief candidate for the job was Eddie Doherty, a former B.C. football star who resigned for "better security" last week as coach of Arizona State College at Tempe. Pear Bowl Mi's Arrive For Tilt MEDFORD, Or., Nov. 22. (U.R) The two-day Pear Bowl festival opened here today with the arriv al of the Lewis and Clark and San Francisco State football teams in preparation for tomorrow's game. A . Shrine reception committee, bands and local rally groups greeted the teams. The two teams went immediately to practice fields for light warmup drills. Neither Coach Joe Verducci or S. F. State or Joe Huston of L St C would comment on his chances in the game. Walcott Favored In Garden Bout NEW YORK, Nov. 22. (U.RV-Rex Layne, young heavyweight contender from Utah, was rated a 3 to 1 underdog in his scheduled 10-round match with Jersey Joe Walcott Friday night at Madison Square Garden. Layne impressed gym hangers-on yesterday as he boxed three rounds with big Walter Hafer, and finished his workout with another two rounds against Art Henry. of Jamaica, N. Y. Layne concentrated on a body attack in his sparring with Henry. Walcott sparred four rounds at his Grenloch Park camp in New Jersey. Promoter Jim Downing of Salt Lake City arrived here yesterday by plane with his wife. Downing staged most of Layne's early professional fights. GIVE THE FAMILY A REAL TREAT... By Choosing A Gift All Will Enjoy We Have A Very Good Selection of " Movie Cameras Color Slide Cameras Folding Cameras Speed Graphic Cameras Steereo Cameras Box Cameras Reflex Cameras Slide Projectors Movie Projectors Screens for Slides or Movies Carrying Cases Viewmasters and Reels Enlargers Beginner's Developing Kits Come In And Look Around! LEE'S CAMERA SHOP US E. lit Phone Oakland Light Heavy Kayoes Rusty Payne PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22. (U.R) Billy Smith, 173, Oakland, Calif., light heavyweight, kayoed Rusty Payne, 179, San Diego, Calif., in the fourth round of the main event at Portland auditorium last night before 1497 fans. Smith, whose principal claim to fame is that he twice had world champion Ezzard Charles on the canvas, administered a merciless, two-fisted beating that no fighter could withstand in the fourth round of the scheduled 10-rounder. In four-round preliminary bouts, Johnny Lee Ho, 128, Portland, de- cisioned Claude Smith, 130, Warm Springs, Fla.; Chuck Ross, 188, Portland, TKO'd Roughhouse Wat-erhouse, 189, Seattle, in the second; Dave Tittman, 177, Port land, TKO'd Bill Boatsman, 178, Longview, Wash., in the second; Joey Ortega, 142, Portland, de-cisioned Bobby Davis, 147, Chicago; and Davey Ball, 159, Port- land, decisioned Frankie Rowe, 153, Seattle. (SI) mmmmmemmmmmm&P' Sasiaassnal 771-R -BOWLING- First National Bank pulled into a first-place tie with Rawlings Stationery in City league bowling Tuesday night at Albany Lanes by defeating DeLuxe Shine, 3-1, while Rawlings was losing a 1-2 match to Elks No. 1. The latter contest was one of the closest of the season. With handicaps, Elks won two games, one by a margin of three pins, and Rawlings won another to even up total pins at 2837 apiece. Elks No. 2 jumped into a third- place tie with Brown Auto by defeating Linn Plywood, 4-0, while Brown Auto was taking four points from Knights of Columbus. M and H Cafe slipped to fifth place by losing four points to Nu-Hi Cafe. Ed Marges of First National won high series honors with a 609 total, followed by J. Solsing of First National with a 550 series. Frank Zarones of Rawlings had a 248 game for honors in that department. Other high game bowlers were: Hap Murry, Brown Auto, 224; Connie Roy, Linn Plywood, 221; Marges, 218, and Red Fair, Elks No. 2, 105. LIAOUI STANDINGS Hewlingi Stationery SS Firit National Bank : 23 Klki No. S 18 Brown Auto - 18 M and H Cafe , 17 Elki No. 1 18 Nu Hi Cafe, 18 Knlshta of Columbui 8 DeLuxe Shine - 3 , Linn Plywood 1 Evergreen.Loop Losing 4 Teams PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22. U.R Four Evergreen conference schools were named as contemplating withdrawal from the loop, according to a story in the Portland Oregonian. The story said College of Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran, both of Tacoma; St Martin's of Olympia and Whitworth of Spokane were disgusted with heavy proselyting by other conference members. One report said the four schools will present a combined application for admittance in the Northwest conference, composed of both Oregon and Washington small colleges. . The Northwest conference will hold its annual meeting here Friday and Saturday. Dr. Charles W. Howard of Lewis and Clark college, president of the Northwest conference, said the four schools' application for membership was not on the meeting agenda. However, Howard said that if representatives of the Evergreen league want to discuss the possibility of joining the Northwest circuit "they will certainly get a hearing." KWIL To Air PCC Football Rally Friday On the eve of the bis eames of the year on the Pacific coast, Mutual-Don Lee will air a slant football rally, Friday, Nov. 24, be tween 8 and 8:30 p.m. (Pacific standard time), KWIL Manager Chet Wheeler announced today. The top coaches of the Pacific Coast conference "Pappy" Waldorf of California, "Red" Sanders of UCLA, Jeff Cravath of USC, Howie Odell of Washington, Kip Taylor of Oregon State, Forrest Evashevski of Washineton State. Marchie Schwartz of Stanford and Jim Aiken of Oregon will be heard talking about their chances in the traditional games and will evaluate their opposition for the Saturday tilts. t Lyle Bardo and his orchestra will provide appropriate music, while Mel Venter will be master of ceremonies for Mutual-Don Lee s football rally. City Hoop Asiociation Called to Meet Monday Lee Chambers, president of the Albany City Basketball associa tion, has called a meeting for Monday, Nov. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the city hall. The association is making plans for the coming league season and attendance of all interested parties is expedient It is estimated that seven mil lion men in the United States are duck hunters. Big Ten Denies Spartans Chance For Bowl Contest By DOUG GRAHAM United Press Sports Writer EAST LANSING, Mich, Nov. 22 Enraged Michigan State students accused the Big 10 conference of treating them like "country cousins" today because it refused to let them play in a bowl game. The Big 10 first said Michigan State was not eligible for consideration as its represent ative in the Rose bowl. Then yesterday it turned down the school's 'request for an okay to play in the Cotton bowl. This was more than the spirited students could bear. Even Coach Eiggie Munn was sorely disappointed. "The kids deserve to go," he said. Michigan State has been accepted into the Big 10, but does not become a full-fledged member until 1953 when it can play a complete conference schedule. On that basis it was ruled ineligible for the Rose Bowl, even though it has a perfect league record and lost only one game out of the league. Then the Spartans were lured by the Cotton Bowl. They called it an "invitation," and Cotton Bowl officials in Dallas, Tex., called it a "feeler." But whatever it was, Michigan State asked for conference approval, and Big . 10 Commissioner Kenneth Wilson said it was rejected, probably "because the conference always has been reluctant to change or waive a rule by hasty action." The Spartans boiled. Most university officials remain ed ominously tight-lipped but Coach Munn said: "I feel sorry for the kids they worked hard and deserve to go." The folks here consider the lat est action just another in a series of slaps from the Big 10 which: 1) Made Michigan State apply six times before finally accepting its membership application; 2) Forced the school to give up its Jenison scholarship plan even if the athletes were "A" students; 3) Wouldn't put Michigan State on its football schedules while awaiting "token" investigation for member ship; 4) Refused to let Munn coach an all-star high school team in Texas or a college all-star team at Jacksonville, Fla., and 5) Would not let Michigan State compete in the Big 10 track meet last year although K had one of the nation's top teams. PILEC TT aaS ethei foetal Dlierdan COION... STOMACH Hnaafs RUPTURE (Hernia) TniM IltiMt hifht htfitiN U.00 until .1.00 Ma., tkmmli Irl. Until 8,00 .. atMWadM. CJ.D-m.MD. THE DEAN CLINIC in out 40,k rial - HIRQPIUOTie PMVSIOIANe , M.l Center I. Bumilee wis Crend Am Tehpheae EAtt 19 1 S Portiond 1 4. Ore. 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