The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on January 2, 1938 · 58
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 58

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Sunday, January 2, 1938
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10: SECTION SF. THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER: SUNDAY. JANUARY 2. 1938 CCCC mimm bronco DEFENSE pi pi UJ E-Yffil i v GUMBO FORCES BOTH TEAMS TO PASS 40,000 WATCH Broncos Stubborn )Yhen Goal Is Threatened By Warren Brown International N ew Service Sporta Writer NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 1 In a bowl that was more Louisiana gumbo than New Orleans sugar, Santa Clara eked out a 6 to 0 football victory over Louisiana State here today. There were chances galore for the Tigers almost from the very start of the rain-drenched contest but when they had to, Broncos from the Far West hurled back the best offensive Louisiana State could muster and thus defended their Sugar Bowl title before some 40,000 persons. ' The game's only score turned up in the second period. It was made by Jim Coughlin, who took a slanting forward pass from "Bruno" Pellegrini, while the last Tiger stripe was four yards away. EARLIER PASS. To get that close, Pelligrini had previously hurled a longer pass to Ray McCarthy, and a couple of plunges by Jim Smith killed off the yards between Louisiana State's nine and the four-yard marker from which the ball was put into play for the game's only points. Before this, and after it, on the sloppy field which madeyunning attacks for both teams well nigh impossible, there were some heart breaking failures for the Tigers. One came in the opening period, when Orville Hanners' fumble gave L. S. U. the ball on Santa Clara's 29. A pass from "Pinky" Rohm to "Cotton" Milner took the ball to the Bronco's seven, and a first down. LINEMEN SHINE. Here Santa Clara, largely because of its able linemen Dougherty and Wolf f put a stop to any scoring. Though until then it srmed as if the Tigers could not be denied. When the ball went over to Santa Clara on downs, it was on the" Bronco's one-yard line. It was not to get that close again, and in the final period, when the Tigers were driving desperately, and still six points behind, on a fake kick, Milner all but put it across. But he was dragged down, a few scant feet from the final line. "RAGGED AFFAIR." The game, on the whole, was a ragged affair, with Santa Clara's line outcharging the Tigers most of the while. Because of "track" conditions, with running out of the question, both sides took to the. air early and often. The Broncos, once they had scored, threatened a few times thereafter,, but the game ended on a note that might have been the theme of the whole ball game for Louisiana State. A long pass completed, from Rohm to Kavanaugh, put the ball on Santa' Clara's 25-yard line as the game ended. Well, it seemed as if the ball was always getting around Santa Clara's 25-yard line but no further as Louisiana State's third successive Sugar Bowl defeat was carved into the records. TTEaeire lit (Gapes! Wnnnmmimg IBirniiiico IPf&ss! lite mm; i A &&J PvC'fePw T&U:-''-'Va. Se!i MCCARTHY CJT j., t'-'SSS-r3" . .-: J THROWING TO TOUCHDOWN! That's what Bruno Pellegrini, Santa Clara halfback, was doing when he unloosed this short pass to Jimmy Coughlan, speedy end, in the second period of the Louisiana State game in the Sugar Bowl game at New Orleans yesterday. FISHBACK WINS TENNIS TITLE Coughlan, as will be noted in this International News Sound Photo, cleverly eluded the Tigers, clutched the ball to his breast on the 2-yard line and stepped over for the score. Broncos won by a score of 6-0. 4- International Newi Sound Photo. Krieger Kayoes Black in Third MILWAUKEE, Jan. 1. (AP) Solly Kreiger of Brooklyn, N. Y., maintained his position among the leading challengers of Middleweight Champion Freddie Steele by scoring a three round technical knockout over George Black, Milwaukee, here today. Toronto Hockey Team in Victory TORONTO (OnU, Jan. 1. (INS) Staging a furious second period offensive to, overcome a one-goal lead which their red shirted rivals carried through the first period, the Toronto Maple Leafs took a high scoring National Hockey League game, 6-4, from the Montreal Canadiens here tonight CageItcsuls FLnford P1?. THlqivnnr ST l.rquett ;w loa ';:(. Kutiw 3 Cim-innari 25 M.r.hHll SI Si. l,ult I Lonl n-hil ?, rrpi T-rh IS. ,nrc vh,num MinnnMi IT. Brdi hi lntnary 3.1 Ohi f'.l. 5-1 Hahimnrv V 3 vw Mir M,n. ;n AnwiB. ptat. tl Uoraiosaid Si. Cioui talis toilu. NEW YORK, Jan. 1. (AP) Joseph Fishback, the mechanical marvel with an unfaltering forehand, today climaxed two successful weeks of tennis and assured himself of at least a happy start on the New Year by turning back Marvin Kantrowitz, 6-1, 6-3, 61, to win the national junior indoor singles championship. Fishback, 17-year-old freshman at St. John's University in Brook lyn with another year of junior campaigning ahead of him, left no doubt in anyone's mind as to his superiority over his former high school teammate. Almost equally effective was the new boys' champion, Richard J. Bender of Elizabeth, N. J., who wound up in a march that was virtually earmarked for success in advance when he trounced Calvin Friedman, unranked survivor from James Madison High in Brooklyn, 61, 6 2. Kantrowitz paired with Robert A. Low of Stanford to win the doubles title. They defeated Bel-lis and David S. Johnson of Roosevelt High, Washington, D. C, 6-1, '5-7, 6-2. ' Bender completed the first boys' "double" since Low won both titles in 1933 when he and Stanley F. Stater Jr., Scarborough High southpaw, defeated Miles Suchin of Irving Prep and Grant D. Small Jr. of Tarrytown, N. Y., 7-5, 6-3. Scheel Arranges Cage Schedule NAMPA (Idaho), Jan. 1. (AP) Norman Scheel, player-coach of the Northwest Mazarene College basketball quintet, announced tonight a 20-game hoop schedule including games with Eastern Oregon Normal here January 29 and 31 and Washington State College freshmen at Pullman, February 8. Scheel said his team also would play Whitworth College at Spokane Bnd I. Pttitlnn Vnrmil , School at Lewiston later in the ' season. Ok V ' K " v . ...... ki ... - f x ma- r.t. .1 - : 4 s v" S El Cerrito Results HEADS UP PLAY characterized the work of Santa Clara in defeating Louisiana State, 6 to 0, in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans yesterday. Here's "Chuck" Pavelko, Bronco fullback, intercepting a pass in the first period. The toss was intended for "Pinky" Rohm, Tiger back, who is between Pavelko and Jack Roche, another Bronco back. It was Santa Clara's second successive victory over L. S. U. in the Sugar BowL International Nwt ?ound Photo. Schroeder Wins Skating Honors NEWBUHGH (N. Y.), Jan. 1 (AP) Eddie Schroeder of Chi-J cago and Janet Milne of Saranac Lake, N. Y., were crowned men's! and women's middle Atlantic ' spoed skating champions in the ; twrnty-sixth annual renewal of I that eastern classic here today' under difficult weather condi tions. Ray Noble of New York City won the intermediate title, and Jay Norman of Saranac Lake, N. X, the junior. Schrooder succeeded Dick Werner of Paterson, N. J., as titlist MUCHO GUSTO WINS CORAL GABLES (Fla.), Jan. In accounting for the E. (AP) Mucho Gusto, the big ' Phocian Howard Memorial Handi- bay that Kirby Ramsey bought caP- J ' . Carrying 119 pounds, five more back from Walter OHara for tn3n hp snculdcred in winning the $6,500 before the opening of the Christmas Handicap, the six year-Florida season, won his second old son of Marvin May scored by straight victory at Tropical Park a length and a half. Garcia Hangs Up Knockout Victory SAN LUIS OBISPO, Jan. 1 (AP) Ccferino Garcia. 147, Manila, knocked out Otto Blackwell. 151, Portland, Ore., in the second round of a scheduled lOround fight at Pismo Beach today. FIRST futurity: mowing Glory, fri.40, J4. -!(, $3.HO; Wild Blue, ifii, S4.40; Benny Horshmn, $U.40. Time, :"U 4-6. Wuiniela, S14.20. KKCONP Futurity: Purress, $10; $fl.SO, $4: t'Rperton Cadet, $15.40, $11; Carmel Bell, $5.40. Time, UIO. Wuiniela, $40.00. I'll IK l Five sixteenths: Time to Oo, $13.40, $12.20. $5.00: Geary Hilla. $S.HO, $5; Arson, $3.00. Time, :33 4-5. CJuiniela, $100.20. KOI KTH Futurity: Rolling Laddie, $12. XO, $0.NO, 3.H0: Siwulator, $9.20, $11.40; Swanky, $5.20. Wuiniela, (20.80. Time, :20. FIFTH Five-sixteenths: Traffii-ola, $10.20, $0.00, $3 80; dead heat for place, Andrew Star, $3.20. $3 40: Wage Winner, $7.00, $0.20 Wuiniela, $10.20. Time, :33, ScvRtrh No 6. Buddy Mack. MXTH Futurity: Pemberton Clown, $.'14 00, $8.00. $4.80: Green Flash. $8.00, $4.40; Wire Chief, $5.40. Quintal. $168.20. Time. :2(I4. KKVENTH Five-slxteentha: Thom Henry. $28, $11.20, $4 40; Rufua. Nisi, $. $0; Fanrv You, $3 40. Tim, :32 4-5. Quineila. $161.20. Poubl option, $133.80. FIGHTII Futurity: Portland Sunshina, $.20, $4.40. $3.20: Jtisty Morn, $4. $3.20) Hastipass, $3. Time, :29 2-5. Quiniela, $15 40. MNTH Flve-stxteenths: I,a Tetltn, $11 20, $5.20. $5.20; Meet Mabel, $4.20, $4 20; Brownins, $8.40. Time, :32 3-5. Wuiniela $17.80. TKNTH Futurity: Honey Traffic, P 80, $4HO. $3; Armed Traffic. $3.00, $3 80; A Discovery, $3.00. Time, :29 2-5 Quiniela, $10 80 KiTitch, Kva I.. r.L.r.t r.vm Futurity hurdle: Fon o,f Van. b.80. 34(l. $.1; Just I'ornhusker. $3.2tl, $3; Caperton ricaver. $4.20. Time. :30 4-5. Quiniela, $7.20. Scratched. Olympian Boy, Clem Dreisewerd Now Free Agent RICHMOND (Va.), Jan. 1. (AP) Clem Dreisewerd, strikeout king of the Piedmont League during the '1937 season, said today that Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis had declared him a free agent. The 21-year-old pitcher, who whiffed 196 batsmen on the mound for the Richmond Colts last year, had charged in a letter to the' baseball commissioner a "cover-up deal" in the way he was transferred from club to club. The St. Louis Cardinals drafted the southpaw for a reported $4,000. "If th Cardinals drafted me for $1,000, 1 ought to be able to sell myself to a club for the same amount, or more," he said. MARQUETTE VICTOR MILWAUKEE (Wis.). Jan. 1. (INS) Marquette University decisively drfcated the University of Iowa basketball team 36 to 23, tonight t

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