Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on September 20, 1935 · Page 7
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MB tofcA FIViSOUTKWEST CONFERENCE HAY .•it (By The ABBociii Southwest conference foot. bill: jteahis, conditiohb'd- by twoi .Weeks training, -prepared today for th6\fir&t games of the season to- totwtow. J^Juries made up the chief worry afri't'eKas Christian as Coaoh Dutch Mejrer groomed his Itemed Frogs tot: a tilt With the Howard Payne ISteltow Jackets. Jimniy Lawrence nursed an injured leg and there Whs. a. possibility he might 'warm a benelt beside Harold McClure, "Karnoh Brown and Glenn Roberts, also, on the injured list. Coach Homer Norton looked to three sophomores—Johnny Morrow, Orville Puryear, and Roy Young— and one veteran—Taylor Wilkins— to Carry the Texas Aggie attack against Stephen F. Austin State Teachers college. Coaches Matty Bell and Vic Hurt expressed satisfaction with the progress made by the Southern Meth- cdlst Mustangs in practice as they tapered off training for their game with the North Texas Teachers. The Baylor University Bears were reported ready for their first game, arid the Bruin camp became more cptimistic when It appeared Carl B.razell, hard-blocking sophomore fullback, had recovered from a bruised hip and would be ready to oppose Southwestern university at Waco tomorrow night. Fortj'-five Rice Owls planned to go through light practice at San Antonio tonight in preparation for their opening contest with St. Mary's university. The Texas Longhorns and Arkansas Razorbacks, only teams in the conference without 'competition on tomorrow's program, continued their practice sessions. Eddie Risko Is Wearing Teddy Yorosz' Crown PITTSBUBGH, Pa., Sept. 20. W) Eddie (Babe) Risko's beetled and battered brow bore the middleweight boxing crown today while Teddy Yorosz, from whom he won it, wondered about his ring future with a "trick" knee. Risko eked out a 15-round decision from a title-holder performing almost on one leg alone last night. The Monaca. Pa., boxer's right knee, injured first last new year's day when Risko defeated him at Scranton, with a technical knock- CcBch Jnck Chevlgny of the Longhorns said He needed a pair of good tackles, but that Ed Strout, 165- pound sophomore, ressmbled Bohn Billiard in flashy, broken-field running. out in & fioti-tftis go, caved in again last night-. After the fight, however, Yarosz' said'he began* to experience trouble with the knee from the first round, possibly from the fain which drenched th'6 ring" and the 13,228 paid customers. Yafosa weighed 158.'/4 pounds while his conqueror from Syracuse, N. Y., came _in at 158. Risko promised, after the fight, to give the Mohaca lad a chance to win back thg middleweight crown whenever the latter's bad knee is recovered sufficiently. Sports Roundup NEW YORK, Sept. 20. f/P)—There is a vnst difference between the Louis training camp at Pompton Lakes and Max Baer's headquarters at Speculator . . .; Max is hidden in a deep forest and is denied even a radio . . . Louis lives in the middle of a sporty gumffier" resort. . . Except for observing eating and sleeping rules, Louis does pretty much as he pleases. • Visitors are shooed away, from the retreat near Speculator, .but they get the glad hand in Jersey ... Louis is impatient to fight, but otherwise is happy and contented . . . Baer, •unalcfcustomed to such isolation, appears about ready to crack under the strain. Four of the eleven iron men who beat Princeton last year are working out with the Yale squad. . . Betsy McLeod, 17-year old Buffalo golf sensation, will enter Duke university this fall. If he beats Max Baer. Joe Louis and his bride will tour Europe this winter . . . Joe Cronin, who traded "Lemon" Solters to St. Louis,, may be interested to learn Solters is one of the seven American league hitters who have driven in 100 or more runs this season. Congratulations to the Browns for giving Rogers Hornsby that LeFors to Play Canyon Eagles Saturday Night The LeFors Pirates will play their second game of the season on Sat- tart w&ek will t&fce the ftefd &tf Mglit, Coadft Bronsati sMd this mofttfnfc. *fhk lineup folTeWrtf: Hearn, le; Driggers, It; C. Mathls, 1g; T. Simmons, c; Williamson, fgr Thomas, rt; E. Mathls, re; Morgan, qb; Twlgg, Ih; Moore, rh; Hall, fb. CRASH FATAL SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 20. Lieut. H. D. .Williams of urday night when they meet the I Randolph field injured in an air- plane crash at the field yesterday, three-year contract . . . and a $5,000 salary boost . . . Joe Gould, Jimmy Braddocks' loud-mouthed manager Canyon high school Eagles on Buffalo field. It will be the opening of the football year in Canyon. Coaches Bill Bronson and Francis Smith will take their entire squad of 25 players to Canyon. Long workouts with hard scrimmages paramount have been the order of practice during the week. The team looked exceptionally promising against Sayre, Okla,, last week at LeFois. has taken George Salvadore, crack Edgartown (Mass.) welterweight, un- new i der his wing . . . the kid has vic- tcrles over Harry Dulingsky, Eddie (Kid) Wolf and other good ones. The same lineup that battled | tm ftsidMght. fce Hired SKuS thd both 16fS frfeft . -..,„ en. He Is survived t# His Widow and } OTie child. • •Kdsl* "stesstotf AUSTIN, Sept. 20. $>)—Legislators had a "rosy" session tb'dfty. Five thcurand buds Sent from" Ihe Tyler' rose 1 festival bedecked every desk in the two chambers ..but oiie, that of Senator Will I>. Pace of Tyler. His desk had Austin zinnias. 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