Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 21, 1947 · 6
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Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · 6

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Friday, February 21, 1947
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§5 o) Button Btlg Cftltirt Fr4dy lvtnln Ptbrutry W Boslb® ® Press IBOS iW-pJ fnp famp1" G Tribe 11 CCU VI1C VJdIIie Holiday Until Monday Speaker Hornsby Aiding Tribe By BILL LUCAS ! Cleveland Indian pitchers I A I rtlr p I Ati7i and catchers are due here this V Jl V n 11 week end Manager Lou Bou- dreau says there isn't a club Face Texas Tech Away in the American league that ' couldn't use an extra starting lOIllght KlChmoiUi pitcher or two and that includes i Held In Tow his own b-am Somewhere among his new recruits may be just the im-n is -earenmg lor to mane the Tribe a r-al contender The Cleveland Indians will hold no batting practice nntil Monday doe to the rodeo parade today and the fact that Manager Lou Boudreau believes that the men who have been working for nearly a month will benefit by a short rest The Cleveland pitchers and catchers are slated to arrive here this week end Bob Fenimore Likes Selling ABILENE Tex Feb 21 (TP)— jThe Wildcats of the University of The main difficulty now is that wCmaCiv OL Lou can't work Feller (2ti-15) least a tie for the Border confer-every day He expects a lot from ence championship when they Kc' Lemon who started the 1946: overcame the Hardin-Simmons so son as an outfielder and saved cowboys in a conference basket- the opening game at tomisKey cn AO n Lv reat lunrrine catCK ball game here last night 60-48 OTTT A wrnvT A PTTV TToK Lemon 'had a 4-3 hurling recordj The victory was the 13th scored mSelhns m insurance i Tr- - ibv the undefeated Wildcats in con-" ? 8 i"e insurance ference contests The Cats can Jsn t much dltlerent than play-cinch the title by defeating Texas ing football All-America Bob Tech tonight at Lubbock ! Fenimore has concluded after Jack Martin Cowboy guard held three weeks of fancy broken field last rear In addition to Feller and Lemon there are five others who1 will report here this week end who were with the club last year j including Joe Berry Charley j Embree 8-12 Steve Gromek 5-15 Ray Flanigan who was with Baltimore and joined the Tribe late in the season 12-14 and M't Harder 5-4 lyookiiig over the list of rookies those who stand oiit with imposing records are Gene Beardon Oakland 15-1 in whom Boudreau is placinir great confidence Kd Garcia V tkcrsfield 22-9 Krnie - Groth Wi'kes-Barre 11-7 Bob Ktizava Wilkes-Barre 14-fi Ray Poat Baltimore 12-7 and Lee Willis Memphis 18-7 Beardon compiled his record In the league-leading scorer Lincoln running to tackle wary prospects Kicrimona to a DasKet ana a tree The Dionri bomber who graduat uiiuh uul ms ledinindies cie un- ed from Oklahoma A&M colleg uie iu siop juun raueuoru nU) last month after being made Junior Crum member of the All-America back ARIZONA (80) Coast league competition and Poat padeiford' t in me imeriiauonai iwiu nai- Cl lm urally means much more than Baiiannne o 7 Borodkin B those who have better records mi&ke e loops of lower classification ALMann' Gettel had a 6-7 mark with the Total In the early stages the game field in 1944 and 1945 decided to was tied at five all but after eight! pass up a chance at coaching and minutes of play a free throw by! a partnership in his dad's hard-Padelford put the winners into a! ware store at Woodward Okla to lead which they maintained for thejsell insurance rest of the game Four baskets in: t was surprised at just how the final minute by Arizona spoiled much it js ike a footha'll game" a Hardin-Simnjions rally which had -Fenimore said "You've got to real-reduced the lead to 52-4 Wayne lv be in comjtion to keep up witlv rreston who ji poin vds ingu everything And you can't ever tell I when your competition will toss you for a loss just as you get the FG FT pf tp ball" 8 i o n ! Fenimore who still carries his 4 1 19 1 7 2 5 lfi 0 1 1 3 0 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 i ' " - li i DOUGLAS DOWNS AMPHI Waldorf Looks SAINTS NOGALES CLICK 0ver fcl Setup TX)UGLAS Feb 21 (P) — Semifinal games in the' Southern district high school basketball tournament tonight! BERKELEY Calif Feb 21 will pit St David against Tucson and Douglas against (UR)— Large Lvnn O Waldorf j Nogales The Tucson Badgers had an easy time advancing somewhat like Alice in Won-with a 46-20 victory over Bisbee last night At the half derland went to work todav Tucson led 2z-8 tJisoee rainea in man for the losers The box score: Tris Speaker (left) here lo aid in polishing Cleveland Indian rookies dials with Rogers Hornshy director of the Tribe hatting school yesterday at Randolph park Speaker and Hornshy rate as all-time greats the former sporting a 341 hatting average over a 22-year span and the latter a 38 average over 23 vears (l'hoto lv Reggie Russell) the third period scoring 11 points to Tucson's 12 but faded in the fourth Brad Tolson scored 14 points for Tucson and Roger Johnson tallied 13 After trailing in the first period Nogales came back and handed Benson a 36-2S defeat Benson held an 11-9 lead at the end of the first quarter but the Apaches jumped into a good lead by adding 15 points in the second period while holding Benson to four Salgado racked up 14 points to lead Nogales scorers and was close ly followed by Preciado with DiW Douglas had the easiest time ad- K''sc""tiiiJ vancing scoring a 54-2:? victorv S'kim -over the Amphitheatre of Tucson iioue '- ci n--! rr'nt intn tlin snm i f i n 1 1 H-h e with a 47-23 triumph over Simon The box scores: j Totals First Gam ST DAVID U7( F Tell OS f Reeil f Curtis t Mi'Guire t Merrill c StuKC u D Goodman e V Goodman g Cclaya g Today's Pairings e 10 A M — San Simon v Patagonia 11:15 A M — Marana vs Bisbee 2 P M— M illcox vs Benson 3:15 P M — Bowie vs Amphi-theater 4:30 P M—Winnci first game vs winner second game 7 P M — Vinner third game vs winner fourth game 8:15 P M — Tucson vs St David ():3i i P M — IXuiglas vs Nogales W f )rtru ) ban ' Hi:h a Hod Castiho e AMPHITHEATRE :3 FG FT PF TP Hart f 0 0 3 2 0 ! 2 4 1 6 't 11 P 4 0 3 9 Y'UMff ii : Mjtio :k rr!p- C r-f f FG F :r iUdall £ 28 17 l is taking his now job seriously He a plans to make insurance his life 0 ! work but the company is permit- go ting him a leave during football New York Ban Hurts Chances Of Graziano Fiirht Elsewhere Yankees last vear and Bryan hardin'-simmons (48) fg ft pf tp season to play pro football with the - rosier I I 1 - A f-u rQ err Raavc Stephens 10-9 with Oakland Pnson t Harvev t Preston c Tris S?eaker Cleveland good will Burris c i j Martin ft ambassador who is here to aid scott g in polishing the rough edges on e' rookies has a high regard for X IHOI9 Bv TKD MEIER Total SAN SMON (23) Rf d f Grrnt t "ol-m f-c M:ikTc Flore' g Villrido e Collin c Mhan k Totals Score y quarters: St David 15 22 3 3 4 FG FT PF IX Total Sro- hv :i 3 U 0 1 2 (1 0 9 11 n:ir!rrs: TVFW VflRV VftK Ol 'RW nn f 4 Sin Simon 1 light outside of Iew York state but who will light him? Er"V McGirn3' '"'?"--a" c'!- r San Simon 1 6 : Keea oun r lores - Anyone who does mav meet the same fate as the leading iaio coiiins IJIIU IdL- miKTii 18 12 Score at hlf: Arizona 30: H-SU 17 Boudreau's ability and believes that the Tribe will be a certain first division club this vear He sees jr -m -r a ?? eJiLlnJriAcuLihLc Lonos JJeteat draw the crowds at the gate dis agreeing In this with Herb Pen- nock and others wno squawK tnat high salaries are ruining the game v i- ALBUQUERQUE Feb 21 ID— i Coming from behind New Mexico i He find? that his prospects like to talk football with him and that " ris-ht down his sideline 31 "There's only one trouble with middleweight contender who had his New York license — that" Fenimore confides "After a revoked several weeks ago on a charge of failure to report a marana hz T 1 1 aaaa i — -i Anrtornn f ne ot nours oi ihimiis iuuuwu hmiihmi otter to tnrow a iisiu c-pmacho -honk f !"oate f fl'tt 0 0 10 13-Te'l A — -hi-hrat:-Fie- h'f: - Dauon :' hi" IV T! -rror :!irat 4 r oil Stead -fd-"' Hrt of n 1 Tiiternats Sign Crack Hnrlers Second Game nollcv" Vikinjrs Annex Axemen 63-47 Bouchard Resio-iis St Mary s 1'ost Speaker managed the Tribe Its nnlv rnnan- In iort H iiinivprsifv 1 obns last nicht rlnwnpfl then went on to beat Brooklyn ! Arizona State College at Flagstaff nix coaching ranks suffered an-(in the davs before they were Lumberjacks 63-47 In a Border con- other casualty today when popular the Bums) in the World Series ! ference basketball game here to -Tack Bouchard all-around head take temporary possession of sec-mentor tor m -Mao s nign scnooi ond place in the conference stand- athletic squads announced aceept- ings ance of a similar post with Loyola i rn ii rv hih school in Los Ancreles The victory was the ninth for r T T Onlv Wednesaay Phoenix Union staff s eiht Last night's mP appomted two former T niversity PHOENIX Feb 21 (UR)— Phoe- coupl I get so wound up I forget to bring Col' Eddie Eagan chairman of up the matter of an insurance the New York commission has maintained a discreet silence on this anple since the National Box- O 1 f ing association (NBA) announced oCllOOl 1 O W 11 on Tuesday that its member states were free to disregard the New York ruling However the rules of the Nw tieir sixth victim vesterdav and York commission con'ains this iffWjnEr ti1P pPtr pn' FG FT PF TP 5 1 3 Murray c Honca c nvav g :rnhnm g Totals 4 0 3 1 1 4 4 1 0 ia NO IAIES Son M x V — M'ipmH on weal'hv niTth-: 'i Mexico f irnncier i leaving to (hn'To-p j-i crivinsr the In'-rn'it i'-nnls the ?rons-:£r pif-hipg eh:b in man- in the "land of opportunity'' on the University cf California campus In Ins new ro'e as he)fd football coii h ! Large Lvnn made his debut sunny California yesterday a' a press luncheon and eet-togetir clambake and Immediately !a'd plans for getting the Golden Beara back on the victory road 1 The man who guided Northwo-tern's Wildcats for 12 years In tna Western conference has no secret formula for putting California "on track'' again "I have no set system to follow" Waldorf aid "I'll hare to look at the material atand he- fore 1 can decide what plays and wyMcm toJue "I can Kay however ttwt I would prefer a fine pair nf"£2V pound tackles a fa-t center :nd four backs with the speed ot antelopes Then I wouldn't havm to worry about any system— jii'-t advance the ball" The erecartou-j 4 4-year-old toach v i'ii the Mi rl £rav hair and a readv -wit nvd an instantaneous ': " fu-vii: r"preenta'i es and the pia s ho wan'ed fo sj1 h'1 n:n : ed to -tep into 'Va !ol' left bv tie impromptu firi s of Frank Wickhot in Decern! r The school chose a big man to -ill a big hole Waldorf who wciii it around 2"0 said money didn't have a thins tovuo with hi b ion totfome Ycst "It was" ju-t tht challenge t L at California offered" he said After looking over the sehocj't facilities for about a week — well as formally -luiiine a threo- car contract — Waldorf will return Feb ! '° Evanston 111 to complete his ere PF PT 3 1 2 4 2 1 1 4 4 1 0 0 R 0 1 2 0 9 13 ( i : oi 4 20 IS- C: 23 - M -2T ion r-l- CoKvcll Pchaa? v Dotioff a:id not Vv V Tl ol t'-i : TOMBSTONE (331 The Roskruge ikings overcame rook f FG FT FF IT Southard f 1" r--r-:4 f of Arizona cotches Johnny Black He was with the Red Sox from 1907 (when present Trainer Lefty Weisman was his news-hoy) until 1915 and with the Tribe from 1916 through "26 serving as pilot from 1919 nntil he went with the Senators in '27 "Spoke" Ty Cobb and Eddie f tv r -a oic tVlo and Bud Robinson to replace Collins all immortals of the i Larr- Rouble resiened game closed their playing ca- Six minutes from half time the Bouchard according to consen-reers with the Vs in 1928 a year Lobo3 went inlo a 1918 lead and s us was one of the top two or three before the Mackmen went on a built tni3 u t0 26-22 at the inter- V-gh schotl coachesJn thcState three-year pennant spree His i miSSion His new position offers splendid lifetime average of 344 rates j Xew ' Mexicog 37point second opportunities as four predecessors s vth among the top hitters of : half offensive wag fed DV L C a11 advanced to college athletic an time i- ioii- i lobs Cozzens vho scored 12 of his 14 J u The "Gray Eagle" as Speaker" points in that drive The Axemen Is popularly know n was part of i fr0m Flagstaff came to life in the the great Red Sox outfield of I last five minutes whittling down Speaker Harry Hooper and Duffy the Lobo lead which at that time Lewis "Spoke" still recalls how ' Wa 2° points Hooper leaned over the wail to rob Hieh scorer for Flaestaff was Itf rrLo ° a£homor fo save Sharol Buck with 19 points Capt Eager the 1912 World Series with the Wavne See of Flagstaff was held eV Bich I! vTiciiu3 in a jeriormance tnat -list 0 n about broke the heart of the late " John McCraw Bowling Scores clause: "Nothing in these rules is deemed to define or restrict the powers of the commission in disciplining penalizing or controlling any corporation or person nnder its jurisdiction for a violation of the letter or spirit of the law and rules as it may determine by particular action in any situation that may arise" Thus it seens clear that any fighter now licensed to fight in New York and this Includes all the topnotchers would run a grave risk in disregarding the lission ban and meeting mo anywhere while Kocky is on the shelf Anything that might keep them from appearing in Madison Square garden where the big purses are usually makes a fighter and his manager think twice Meantime Cleveland Promoter Larrv Atkins said Graziano va- rcar i'r:a (:irpa f Hak:1- ch c-K t riiaders lfMI thus coon'd Lnds'' c 1 Antunr z R-c the middle C league title The crzier Rirt-irez g Crusaders took a 2-" lead in the Total first quarter but the red-shirtcd Sr-ore bv quaiters Marana Yikings qulcklv pulled up 3 0 6 n ! n 1 1 1 14 !'l Th" I(t( arnnunciH of two Gu ' : tn 'nti h'r nationals eh:' vesterdav t! r mas i h': ' Autelio ! T--US !N e top 1 t 1 13 '4- u r 'Chf and Tom!stnne passed the northsjdors during the mtt Miray'nm second quarter and were never neaiieti nticr tnat lite w were paced by the eight nomts of Oscar Lopez and B-nnio Yi-ight nowiF 43 nii ki-1 up five for the losers rn7:an f :r - f ' ' G ms( riciori c Di vl- c 'h-ivi'j e rai" :i Ar-M-a- Ti'i: ! lM'arrfia 2 (eidri Hakanoh UmPZ 3 Crozier Ramrf7 2 lnCfS Officials Greer and Doff Third Game PF TP 0 w r wis t r:i S:e ! a -' i t): s ar'! :gh--t w i-h Is X-r-ria-aitw a 'n Arnold "i:in Ariz aV" : in the Soitor ':" ! out a P mi t mm i i t t he most on f Hi-' lo i gales so I'! n ' it e S"v-iiis w under Manager la f'-idn-signing lion -h I !N da Th in th t v ar v th :- ta third r iv now no" nie-go ar'- top i league to tat will in-v a handful tad ' open next Yirgilio Ar- nncktn? lob hefote returning h bi t tiie middle of next monJh TOl HNFTV" nilAW Sl'XRAV Pairings for the 2fith annual state high school basketball tournament next week at the University of Arizona will be drawn here at 9:30 pm Sun-da v Ten years ago — The St "'s purchased Sam -ernat c Louis Qvrd New York lanKee out-finrn their Rochester In-ud league farm club? for Iteall looked in the final tally the Sun Devil- Points cf IT 13 ard 14 we sored for the Acgies by Hynes Hamm and ( 'reat iiouse while Garl Heath and Verl Heap Tempe forwards rang un lt and 12 grave t"lis Tra71ar Tucaon high baseball players got a big Jhrill yesterday' as Boudreau gave them batting tips and Coach Bill McKechnie gave out helpful hints to the hnrlers Both have a real interest in developing youthful players This interest was perhaps greater here howeer in view of the fact that their new rookie Lee Carey is a Tucson high product Hoop Scores E Durrul N Childers By ASSOCIATED PRESS SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Bowie 43 Arizona Deaf school 26 St David 47 San Simon 23 Marana 43 Tombstone 33 Nosrales 36 Benson 28 Tucson 4S Bisbee 20 DouElas 54 Amphitheatre 23 TUCSON LADIES SPEEDWAY LANES Martinettes 132 13S 1 "lis S im-JIs "just about certain to make his !' l "3 — 37s nxt fiL5u in Cleveland" and Shel- 143 177 152 — 42 - - oion Clark chairman of the Illinois v--o- 728 636-2150 athletic commission declared his A Peterson Ill 100 142— 353 commission "will give due v' ardVon ' in i£ ioZSI sid-ration" if an application M Cowherd 105 at no— 32b made to hold the second ni7iano- 'ts 'S SZ Toliv Zale middleweight title bout in Chicago this summer Total F Rogers j Handicap con is ' H k I A : F Total 630 Elbow Room KLsko Evankovech Masilko Masilko EAST CENTRAL TOURNAMENT Superior 33 Chandler 2" Florence 28 Gilbert 17 Casa Grande 37 Ray 27 Mesa 64 Havden 34 Temoe 29 Coolidee 25 EAST An Organization meeting of all Niagara 60 City College New York 34 -interest d in umpiring university Vpsala 5fi- Providence 54 - 11 -uluu IDKHJhll III W HdWdll Jl ukii scnooi iiiMi mi tiro nan IF Bchrend j Total ij Asar J Devidd iJ Rouse M Warren 'C Brookshler flandican 63S 717—198: tU-ina c-iirl f'viriiinn'v Cleveland l!3 125 T57— 31)5 opponent probably would be tile i6 i'ii !I4ho winner of next Monday's fightbe-109 115 121—345 tween Chuck Hunter of Cl v land ind Jerrv Uiortdlo of lbookln Martinii 715 635 B25— 2175 M 114 131 133 122 145 110 !1 154 145 S' milil'O ball Panzer 46 Rider 3K games W ill be held It 7 '10 n m : vcst Liberty 3 Oavis-Elkins 62 t Fairmont (W'a 70 Morris-Harvey 53 Atonla :n room JOO of the LA Allegheny 69 Grove Ctv 48 gym Managers league officials' v c M1?WEST ' Karisaa State 48 Kansas 45 ann coac hes ir- invited nceorrting Toledo 77 Valparaiso 65 - i rsebraska wesieyan 4b umana 40 Wittenberg 68 Ashland 83 Missouri College 67 Central fO 50 Baker 53 College of Emporia 43 Indiana State 80 Evansville 46 to Hank Siagie Tucson high coach The proper position of rho officials on tM field and o'her fundamentals !! be di-:us-ed j Total A Bunch E Ott H Davidson E Jacobsen F Foley Total V Potts X Eichhorst Sicre 97— 310 I0a — 373 143— 41 a 142— 343 13i — 437 2— (t -179 618 630 631- Adami Realty Co i3- 124 131— 390 172 153 180 — 410 105 138 110— 353 125 143 143— 4!) 97 1 44 124— 365 Rookie Har tun sx Impresses Ott PHOENIX Feb 21 oPi — Managei Mel Ott is pleased bv what he saw vesterdav when Clin: Hai'tung St Joseph s (Indl 5T Illinois Wesieyan S3 i' Borehers KA ST KM !! L TU TS TFMI'F i-Vb ''I p--Florence mde -itki Mesa onight in semi-'he Last-Cf ntral h-ol basketball meets C isa to tackles Tempv final gau!s f district hig'u 'nil! nana lt Iti est via ia V adv need with a (olhert Cast (h W Mathews Handicap : Totals Nf Landmeier D McCielland B Granzow gaiiU's- Florence 'vlT victory over lliio tot-ioleij pav T-'-T- Me-a iro'craed H'iydetl (1 1-3 1 nd Tctnpe upset Coohdge j:)"" Iowa Weslevan 64 Milton (Wis 64 Capital (Ohio 53 Otterbcm 43 Depauw 49 Butler 39 Muskingum 66 Denisonn 54 SOUTH Davidson 86 Clemson 48 North Carolina 54 Wake Forest 4 Maryland 55 Virginia Tech 42 Hmpden-Svdney 65 Virginia Military 43 H Granzow KENTUCKY CONFERENCE TOURNEY D McKcnzie (First Round i 1 Western Kentucky 63 Centre 23 Total Eastern Kentucky 68 Transylvania 38 I Murray (Kyi 39 Union Ky) 31 SOUTHWEST Arizona 60 Hardin-Simmons 48 -' ' -' t v i j oo Aiituna tui L r r if t - nw"4: Handicap :'::'::::"'::: 23 (Tempe 58 ' ToU! 615 619 634 707 688— 2020 t az on i!i 1 1 1: rP i Xi-tx' Vnr'- 102 9B 121—32! :! un fict !it 102 117 98— 3i7 inauis jirti lie lijait-n in ni - - 107 138 156— 401 hnttin-r nrar-tirp at the Giants' 1 72 114 103—28:i --—--- 102 loa 102— 306 spring training camp here From yesterday's actions the big In the C league the Mansfeld Rams assured themselves ff second place and a mathematical chance for top place by whipping the Catalina Cougars 2-1 v it was a rotis'h-atvi-tuml !e affair from the start and the two hard charging quints were ied 11-11 at half time but the Rams with "Skinny" Roy Drarhman hitting the hoot) tor 14 points pulled awav the intermission and piled up a commanding lead Rav Stewart tallied 1:1 point for the Cougars lef ore fouling out The lower C league Man-feld Potshots and the Mansf Id id-skins tangled on the home court and although one big-hearted Potshot shot one basket for the opposition the Potshots came out on top 18-12 Tom Slut scored half of the winner total and John Michael had a half dozen for the 'Skins David Foley poured in 22 points for the Amphitheatre Panther Midgets as they swamped the Safford Daredevils in another low C game 11-18 Narcisno Cas sillas had eight points for the 'Devils The SS Peter & Taul wound up their middle B season with a 2f!-21 victory over the Roskruge Pepsi-Cola Jackets Bob Thompson scored 11 points for the winners marking the first time the Knights haven't -he V r i 1' Cru man wooed awav -cud's Liga Mexi-: : am Mont ma g Fouct g Totals Ans i?t Bartow I Coat f Mar-tint -7 f I Jones c UroKdon g Tatetr c af t Cf tV Tones ft lienor: is B FT I'F TP - IVinpe Bealcn Bv NM Ajrcies 62-58 f s (-' ! i — Ariona St a w :is t'if :e' e coll m he 1 It Totals Score bv quait' n-vie A 1 IS h':ee throws ni Cook 2 Aba'ns 2 C -::' Chav i Fnusel ADS : 71 Jones 2 Bu Kcion :: N lirc Officials Svob and C:rcv sed Ho-a e M F at !a- M'-co 1 - i r g s ' !! iN Of 21 r-T Tempe niglit AfL'HS oak to T mtie co1 nee bas il n and turk al! nogaies Saltfaao f Cht nip f 11 eciarto f Oeoi izelos f Movers c Truulln c Iopez c ' 1 HaKin if Tc e hea X tonan n Totals BENSON (28 Pidt'Kain f Hei nandez f H ushes f Gomez f Anderson f Nash c t-:i - Gf t7A iter 2 Knigltts Havtrtv c" ( Ihne-orgen g Venn g Fourth Carrie rr FT T'F It' :: -lit i'le'-i v ! : : ! lilt ! ton H- i ran ih W'ell teat two m utiles : te si ere was t d tit " :U by lie Apodaca ati Jmm-- (ii-ei'ie:-Aggie irarg-n to tuts to go (iuird Char!: 1 nr a u in: Enjoy a cheery fire with Peoples Fuel & Feed Xo T 5th Phone U 1 0 0 15 FG FT PF Tl: 10 2 0 2 1 0 Totalf 10 8 8 2 Score by quarters: Noaales 9 !4 9 4-3 Benson 1 1 4 H S - ! roe mrows missed-ocaies 4- S C 630 668 679—197 isrftH 1-11- nolonl -li ii'ii Ahler 2 - ' j- ' 1 ' 'i ins 1 iMie ii- son and the Jackets' old faithful Demetrio Pacheco had a like total been Kado Meyers 3 Benson (fie Nash 4 Gel ruler 2 Officials: DeUoff and Svob vi verde Texan apparently is a line-drive 107 1(13 1 ') u O 144 no 158—412 belter iso o 123—453 nrilitv to hit to either side of the in tne same league the rtoskmrrp ToLson f VI V HIU3 X Fifth Qimi TUCSON (46) FG FT PF TP 148— 35 hitter rocn t i Ldwa rnthr-r than a home run '"- 'vi- oeiv expionen over tne johm f B 651 580 646—18 And D Cleaners M Bernal 133 138 lflO— 43! M Will F rnlrihaum d' Lewis 131 110 110—351 nrobablv will be in the lineup Is 23 69 Sunday's "scrub" game which will! 701—1935 "c u p- v- T-f11 1 t J j 0 He showed clearly he has '"' eoowjacKers anci won a BamJiT' i W t - dissio on Tne Dunbar court Hitchcock c The Jot?:' forward Ruiz swished smTth'' B-f-c 'M nointQ nnrl Tliilr Uni! Vmpv a t 11 tlwn sv cvvn uau £r- - Lisieii as an uui 1 ie-iiiei uaiums 11- r- field 137 liS 1st Jus has also done some pitching and in : Sports Mirror Arizona-Texas League Schedule Todav Total is BISBEE (20) Vucurevich t Hamrick £ Ruiz f Madrlern f Aeuilar f Echaves FG FT PF Tl' year ago — Frank Thompson c AT I AT I AT I AT I AT I AT BISBEE I EL PASO GLOBE-MIAMI JUAREZ PHOENIX TVCSOX 3 1 2 3 3 4 4 1 27 BISBEE Read May 7-S June 10-11-12' July 1S-1D-20-20 Aug 112-23-24-24 El PASO GLOBE-MIAMI JUAREZ PHOENIX TUCSON May 17-iS-lS June 20-21-22-22 July 2t-MO-31 Sept n-4-" Apr 22-23-21 " May 27-2s-2l July 4-4-5-tj Aug S-9-10 Maym4-Ki June 17-1S-19 July 25-26-27 Aug 30-31-Sep 1 Ia"vTflTi"l June J3-14-13 July 22-23-24 Aug 26-27-2S Apr 25-2f3-Z7-27: Mav 30-31 Jun 1 July Ji-9-10 Aug 12-13-14 Daily Apr lS-lf-20 Mav 23-24-25-2 July 1-2-3 Aug 5-6-7 AprllrM7 May 19-20-21 June 27-2S-29 Aug 1-2-3-3 Apr 22-23-24 May 27-2S-29 July 4-5-6-6 Aug 9-10-10' Mayl 3-1 4d 5 June 17-18-19 July 20-27-27 Aug 30-31 Sep 1-1 Apr 20-30-May 1 June 3-4-5 July 11-12-13-13 Aug 15-1 G-17 Apr 21 '-27-27 May 30-3 1 -Jn 1-1 Julv 8-9-10 Aug 12-13-14 Citizen May June Julv Au May June July 7-8 10-11-12 IS-19-20-20 22-23-24-24 13-14-15 17-18-19 25-26-27 Aug 30-31-Sp 1-1 Apr 15-16-17 May 20-21-22 June 27-2S-29-29 Aug 2-3-3 May 3-4-5-5 June 7-8-8 Julv 15-16-17 Aug 19-20-21 "May9-l6-il-ll" June 13-14-13 Julv 22-23-24 Aug 26-27-29 May" 17-1 S-18 June 21-22-22 July 29-30-31 Sep 3-4-5-3 12 12 11 Apr 15-16-17 Mav 20-21-22 June 27-2V29 Aug 1-2-3-3 I Apr 29-30- Mv 1 June 3-1-5 ! Julv 12-13-13 i Aug 15-16-17-17 ! 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