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Sunday, November 9, 1947
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.RAIDERS HOLL TO VICTORY—The Red Raiders from. Texas Tech pulled out all the stops on their offensive machine yesterday afternoon to chalk up their second Border Conference tttt at the expense of the visiting Wildcats from Arizona university. And on hand to recor;d the free-scoring thriller was C, W. Rat- liff of the Avalanche-Journal staff,-who took these pictures of Red Raider activities, -In" the cut above at the .left'Glenn Lewis is shown on a dash through the, Arizona left tackle slot that carried 1 from the Tech 27 to a first down on their 38-yard lined, Tech players in the picture are Marshall Gettys. (40), Tuify Nabors (51), Bernie Winkler (behind Joe Goff.(12) and Fred Brown Player leading interference in center 'is unidentified. In the cut to the right, Freddie Brown is shown pitching an aerial incomplete to either Walter Maloney or Glenn Lewis later in-the second period, Brown connected seconds later with Joe Smith in the end zone for the fourth Tech touchdown. Players in the picture are Le'e Dyer (58), Fred Knez (32), Joe Smith (68), Tuffy Nabors (51), George Zoller (48), Bernie Winkler (44), Junior Crum (61), Robert Larsen (42) and Brown (11). ************* ******* Raiders Turn Back Wildcats In Wild Scoring Duel, 41-28 | 1000 Fans Watch Dazzling order Loop Offense Show o By JOE KELLY , , . Avalanche-Journal Sporig Editor The Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Arizona Wildcats lhad their touchdown scoring machines in full gear in the iTech Stadium yesterday afternoon and with the two teams Exchanging scores at better than .a point a 1 minute, the Red fRaiders were able to rack up their second Border Conference •tilt, 41-28, before 11,000 fans. j J Once again it was the strong right arm of Freddie Brown 'that showed the way to victory, the dimuntive quarterback pitching scoring strikes to Glenn Lewis, Ralph Earhart and |4oe Smith, all in the first period. While the ground scoring [was led by Jim Conley's 58-yard touchdown jaunt, Lewis' 33- 5>ard canter and Earhart's two-yard plunge. 11 11 [i The game started as though -it Jvyould be a rout, the Techsans scoring their first seven points bc- ifore the crowd barely had lime Ho settle back in their seats. Lewis leathered in the kickoff on his 15 land returned it to the Tech 36. ftiewls went over center for five 'aiid Brown passed a wobbly aerial Hhat hung like a full moon until jtaken by Smith on the Arizona 35. Brown turned sprinter and ir'aced around right end for 12 yards to the 22 and Walter Ma- apney followed with five yards ihrough the line. Tedvwas penalized five yards, but it didn't mat- tfcr, for Brown pitched to -'Lewis Sp the left of the coffin corner. [Ralph Earhart booted the conversion and Tech led, 7-0, on five Ways. • • • • - • • • ' An Arizona fumble set up the next touchdosvn and the alert Red Haiders lost no time in converting Slhe break. Milburn Haydcn's kick /was returned to the Arizona 40, Jojut on the first play, George Zoller recovered Charlie Hall's fum- J>Je of Fred Enke's handoff on the Arizona 39. | j Earhart smashed his way 11 yards through guard and on the next play Brown faded back, cpcked his arm and rifled the ball 16 Earhart on the 22, Earhart spun, shook his way clear and with a cpod block by Lewis went over standing up. Earhart missed 'his pnly conversion effort in six tries. 1 1 Marvin Scott took the Tech kackoff on the 10 and returned to -K * -K Game At A Glance TEXAS TECH SmiUi Winkler . Purscl Nabors . , MeCurry Zoller BMrlriKton Hawkins Maloney Conic y ' L. Jackson Iilnr.uvns ros. L.E, •IJ.T, . L.CI. ., a R.C1. R,r, .- R.E, •••Q.B. l.,H. R. IT, •P.B. ARIZONA Bennett Viuner , Knez Corbltt •Morrison Hunsnkor drum Potcraon Enko Scott Hall Substitutions; Texas Toch, backs, Earhart, Bufkln, Conlcy, Hawkins, Thompson, Stevoson, White; llnomon, Orr, L.a«harn, Haydcn, Octtys, Russell, CUlllcy, Kolley, Hatch, Arizona, Crouch. Goff, Walgasl, Ponn, If OK tin, Rubel, Smith, Ahoe, Larson, Converse, RIchnrdRon, Human, Dyor, Tackctt, Howard, Score by periods; ARIZONA 0 7 14 7—28 TEXAS TECH 20 7 7 7—41 Scoring; Texas Tech, touchdowns, Lewis 3, Earhart 2, Smith, Conloy. Poinu after touchdown, Earhftrt 5 (placcklck). Arizona, touchdowns, Penn, Enke, Wol- cast, Larsen. Points after touchdown, aoff 4 (placcklck), ' STATISTICS Tech Arizona First Downs — 18 17 RushinB 13 I) PansInK „ f> 8 Net -Yards RushlnR 28-1 135 Forward Passes Attempted 18 26 C'omplcted , 11 13 Had Intercepted 1 2 Net Yards Passtnit 208 , 187 Total Net Yardage 400 ' 322 Punta ._._„__—— fl "3 Yurd/i Kicked 1B3 107 Average Distance 2S.5 36 All Kick Returns- . «3 115 Fumbles 0 * Own Recovered 0 1 Opp. Recovered—-—.•- 3 • 0 Penalties — 8 3 Yards Lost — 50 IS Arizona icked up a 22. The Wildcats first down in two Jays, but on the third play, Dan FJursel recovered Hall's second Jumble of the game on the Arizona 35. Lewis went into the left ktiard slot for tsvo yards and, us- fng th-2 same play again, Lewis Jsroke into the clear, angled off to the left and dashed 33 yards for jhe third touchdown. I (Arizona drove to the Tech 7 be- f<*»re the period ended, but. ..Tuffy Habors recovered Shanty Hogan's fumble to halt that drive. Tech moved the ball up to the 43, but j|i third down Ed Wolgast inter- ;epted a Brown bullet and rc- ;urncd to the Tech 40. j, ; After bnlh Arizona find Tech p|id exchanged the ball, the Wildcats took over on their own 16 jmd began a scoring march, Full- jack Charlie Hall, one of the Same's great players, was the ;parkplug in the drive, • ripping off long gains, while Bill Penn pitched two passes that aided. Penn finally carried over from the on-s, after Hall hud set up the {ouchdown with a sprint around end to the ono-yard marker. Joe off added the point. jWalter Maloney spnrked the ext Tech score, running the kick- bff back from his own 12 to the 41. A line pla;' gained n yard phd then Brown went to work, Ho mcheri to Earhart to get into Ar- zjona territory, advanced (he ball .vlith an aerial to Lewis clown lo he 3D nnd his next flip went to Joe Smith in the end zone, The hklf ended two plays after the fockoff with Tech leading 27-7 fend seeming to bo in no danger. |;But the Wildcats lived up to fljeir jiamc in the second half, •jishjn;: through the Tech lino, mnin.u the ends and passing over "^ past them for three touch- -"t, two more than the Raiders i i | The first Arizona score cjimo on ii« sustained drive: of 07 yards. Jinke's passing nnd Hall's running (•arrjor' MIP l>:ilf to the Tech 30. On the next play, Arizona scored on a break. End John Smith b'roke for the goal with Maloney covering him, as Enke faded to pass. Enke's pass went over Maloney and the back leaped into the air, batting the ball directly into the arms of Smith, who stepped over for the score. - After the kickoff, Arizona took' only three plays to score again, Leote Jackson was s'.opped Cor a two yard loss to the Tech 18 and on Uve next play, Brown, was smothered back to the 12 on an attempted pass, Brown fell back to kick and Guard Fred .Knez and End John? Smith broke Ihrough, particilly blocking the ball, which bounced into the arms of Wolgast on .the Toch 25 yurcl line. Wolgast tore for the left sidelines nnd with good blocking went over to narrow the count lo 27-21. Tech began to move again on the kickoff, moving 80 yards in 15 ploys, with Maloney, Lewis, Earhart and J. W. Thompson spearheading the attack, Earhart finally carried two ; yards over loft tackle for the score. The fourth period opened with Ray Crenshaw nipping an Arizona drive by intercepting a pass on the Tech three yard stripe, but Bill White's kick on first down travelled only to the 28 and Arizona scored in three plays. Enko went around his right end for ten yards and Sol Ahee passed to Smith on the Tech nine. Enke then rifled .-. touchdown pass lo End Bob Larsen, who got behind Lewis in the end /one. That ended the Arizona scoring for the day, But Tech still ;had one more punch left, taking the ensuing kickoff and moving 83 yards in five plays for a touchdown. Jim Conlcy made 13 yards to the 30, Car Slcvoson, playing his best gnme of the season; picked up five nnd Thompson added another four yards, as did Stevoson. Conley then broke Ihrough'right guard, picked up some blocking and sped down the field, eluding Tackle Harry Vnrncr, who made a desperation tackle loo late to prevent the score. Penn Steps On Virginia, 19-7 PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8 (/P)— Pennsylvania slashed across for two touchdowns in the second half today to defeat the previously unbeaten-Virginia Cavaliers, 19 to 7, In retaining .-'their spotless record the pounding Quakers twice shook loose their. fleet halfback, Bob Deuber, for 'Scoring runs of 61 and 56 yards, The Cavaliers more than held their own through the first half, but lost their offensive punch in the last two periods. Deuber swept around his own right end for 61 yards and a touchdown on Penn's first play from scrimmage. - Again in the third quarter, after Virginia had tied the count at 7-7, he tore around.the same wing for 56 yar'rls and the Winning score, The third Penn score came some five minutes before the game ended, .when Tony Minisi plunged across i'rom the one to climax a 39-yard power parade. BALTIMORE, Nov. 8 (/P)— Georgia Tech cashed in on its one big opportunity in 'the fourth quarter today to pull out a 16 to 14 victory over Navy's often-brilliant but just as often luckless •football; team on the muddy gridiron, of Baltimore's municipal stadium. Trailing halfway' through the final period as Nayy's iine line .consistently outplayed tlic big Tech forwards, the Yellowjackets saved their undefeated - untied record when they recovered a Navy fumble and turned it into the winning touchdown on a long forward pass. It was Tech's seventh straight victory this season and perhaps the toughest, The teams won't meet next season, - NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (ff>) — Drenching rain and heavy mud could- hot stop Gene Rossides" and Bill Swiacki today, and as a result Columbia defeated Dartmouth 15 to 0 in an Ivy league football game -at Baker-field. LUZBOCK AVALAMCU€-JOURNAL PAGE TEN LUBBOCK, TEX, SUNDAY, NOV. 9, 1947 Wolverines Flatten Indiana Team, 35-0 Dunbar's Panthers Beat Amarillo, .27-0 AMARILLO, Nov, 7 (Delayed) —Lubbock's D u n b a v- Panthers, sparked by speedy Backs Joe Snell and Wyatt Ward, trounced the Amarillo Negro High eleven 27-0 here tonight before approximately 200 chilled fans, •The Panthers took the lead early in the -first period when Left Half Eddie Bullock climaxed a 60-yard drive with a seven-yard plunge across the double stripe, 1 Snell kicked the extrai point from placement, A stubborn Amarillo defense chocked the Panthers in tho second stanza, but the Dunbar eleven roared back In the third to tally three timos. Ward opened the initial drive with a 45 yard gallop to the Amarillo 20, then Snell broke ofC tackle and raced across the goal line. Quarterback Joe Oliver booted the extra point from placement. Oliver Gels Going A few minutes later Amarillo was forced to' punt from deep in their own territory and Oliver returned the .ball to the Amarillo 30. Oliver then circled end and outran the secondary to paydirt giving the Lubbock team a 20-0 lead, Oliver passed complete lo End Nat Williams for the extra point. Late jn tho third stanza, Dunbar. Center Charles Waters intercepted a desperate Amarillo pass on the home eleven's 15 yard stripe, and after two tries Ward crashed through guard to score. An attempt by Oliver'to' pass for the extra point failed, but the Dunbar crew held a 27-0 margin, Coach Damon Hill sent all Dunbar reserves into the tilt, in the final period, but neither team was able to launch-a sustained drive. TYLER MAN WINS LAKE CHAPALA, Mex,, Nov. 8 (/P)—S, F.-Steed, Tyler, Tex,, was third place winner today in the J35 eu, in,, inboard hydroplane race in the annual regatta here. ANN ARBOR, Mich,, Nov. 8 (/P) — University of Michigan's unbeaten football powerhouse flattened Indiana 35 to 0 today to take another stride toward the Big Nine championship and a New Year's day Rose Bowl date, Michigan picked up the loose ends'oi its brilliant offense, curbed to two touchdowns a game in its last two times out against Minnesota and Illinois. Bob Chappuis, .Michigan's brilliant halfback, took a leading role- in the Wolverines' attack, sparking Michigan to 248 yards running and another 113 yards by passing. MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 8 (/P)— Minnesota's, persistent Gophers, sparked by halfback Billy Bye, put on a second half drive that brought -them a -26 to 2'1 victory over Purdue's fighting football team today. Bye climaxed his best clay oC the' season by thrilling a homecoming crowd of 63,659 fans with a. 60-yard fourth period touchdown gallop to bring the Gophers from behind for the triumph. It was the second goal line crossing of the day for the 170- pound Bye and matched the performance of a fellow halfback, Bud Hausken, Sub Fullback Don Bailey added the points after Bye's touchdowns but his attempts after 'the Hausken tallies failed. Purdue dominated the first half. '• • PHILADELPHIA, Nov, 8 (/P)— Penn State's undefeated and untied Nitlany Lions rolled to their seventh straight football victory today but the margin over not-so- hot Temple university was only 7 to 0 for the nation's leading offensive and defensive eleven, . /With its runninH and passing attack stalled by a muddy .field and a wet pigskin, Penn State concentrated on slraight-lhrough-thc-cen- ter line plunges to rack up the game's only touchdown in. the third period, FOOTBALL SCOKES . ' SOUTHWEST Toxns Tech 41, Arizona 28, Rice 20, Arkansas 0, Southern Methodist- 13, Tcxns A&M 0, Texas 28, Bnyloi 1 7. Abllcno ' Christian College 28, Harclln College 0. Southwest Texas Stale 20, Enst Texas State 7. Stephen P. Austin College 35, University or Houston 14. Southwestern 8, Austin CoHeite 7, Texas Mines 21, Arizona-State (Tempo) 0, MIDWEST Notre Dams 27, Army 7. Illinois BO, Western Michigan Stats 14, Michigan 35, Indiana 0.- Ohio Stnto 7, Northwestern 8. Michigan State, 28, Santa Olara 0, Denlson 56, Capital 7, Ohio Wesleyan 7, Ohio University 7 (tie), Wisconsin 46, Iowa 14, Minnesota 20, Purdue 21. Vllliinova 25, Mimiucllo 7. Ka^siid II!, Nobytiskii 7. Iowa Stiitn :ia, Drake (I. Cincinnati- 20, Minml (Fin) 7, Oklnhmrm 27, Kunsns State 1?, Bnlchvln-Wnllnce 41, puerbcln o. Case Iff, Carnegie Tech 14, Miami (Ohio) 12, -Dayton 0, Woostcr 21, Akron 0. Tulsa 13, Oklnhomn A, fc M. 0, . Indlnnn SUtc 2B, SI, .losoph'B (Incl) 0, Western Reserve fl, Butler 0. Washington (St. Louis) 27, Central Col- ICKO 7, . Missouri School of Mines '47, Southeast Missouri Touchers in. Lawrence 34, Bclolt 0, Toledo 7. Wiiyne 0, Wenlworth Military Academy 52, Chllll- cothe Business College 8. MiiRklngum 42, Ohio Northern 0, KIKIX 7, Quo B. Illlnnla Wcftloyaii 18, TlllnolH Cotloao 0, Lnko Forest 0, Amnistnna 0 (tic), DePnuw 25, Eiirlhnm n, Southwestern 24, St, noncdlct'B 0, Mount Union 20, Allcuhcny (Pn) 0, Obcrlln 7, \vnl5ii«i 7 (tie), Northeastern (Okln) 13, Btisl Central (Oltln) 0, SOUTH Davidson 13, Richmond 7, Missouri 28, Duke 7. North Carolina 41, • North Carolina State fi. 1 William 'and Mary 28, Virginia. Military Institute 20. Vlrdlnla Tech 27, Washington and Lee 14, Georgia 34, Florida 6, Mississippi Stale 14, Auburn 0, Clemson 35, Pur in an 7.' Mississippi 43, Tennessee • 13, Vandcrbilt (IB, Tennessee Tech 0, Hnmpdcn-Syclncy 14, Washington Col- leso 12, Scwnnee 20. Mlllsnps 13, Florida A&M 10, TuskeKce 6, Arkansas State .College 7, Pcnsacola Navy. 6, . . . FAR WEST San Jose Stale '28, Brluham Young 19, Utah State 35', Colorado 32. Utah-ID; Colorado A&M 0, Denver 27, Wyoming. 7. Colorado Stale College of Education 24, Colorado College 7. University o( New Mexico 34, Fresno Slatn 3. Cnllfnrnal 1.3, Washington 7, ' Southern California 14, Stanford 0, U.C.L.A. 27, Oregon State 7. Oreuon 12,' Washington State n, New Mexico A&M 20, Arizona State at Flacslaff fl, BAST Wake Forest 14, Boston College 13, Brown 20, Ynlc 14, Colntilc (!, Holy cross (I (lie). Princeton 33, Harvard 7. Clcorffln Tech 10, Nnvy 14, Penn'Stale 7, Temnlfe'O. Pennsylvania ID, Virginia 7, Rutgers 20, Lafiiyclle 0. • Maryland 32, Dimucsne 0. Maine 13, Bowdoln 0, Wcsloynn 12, Williams fl. Colljy 12, BtilCH V, Princeton (I, Cornell 0, c.'oluml)la ID, DnVlniuutli n, Donnoctluut '.53, Rhode inland Blnln 0. Rochester 7,' Vermont fl, . Cornell 12, Syracuse U. • • • LchlKh 20, Kinss Point 6, Swarthmore 10, Johns Hopkins 12, Clcncvn 3, Slipway Rock Touchers 0. Amhcrsl 7, R.P.L 8, HolMirl, 111. Kcnyon 0. Springfield 14, Massachusetts 7, Mltkllntam'y '.!0, Union 1?,. Delaware 2G, Western Maryland 0. St, Bonnventure 21, Bowling Green H. Washington niuV Jefferson 13, Franklin Top Drivers To Vie In Car Races Here A new type of. auto racing—for "stock" cars instead oi the popular midgets — will be -unveiled for South Plains 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Lubbock fair-. grounds, with some ol' the top drivers oil the Southwest slated to compete in the 150-lap feature- event. Heading the list of. entries are Frank Winkley oE Detroit, Mich., former automotive test driver; Jimmy James of. Chicago, widely known in motorcycle, racing circles; Dick Jones of. Pepda, III.; and Jud Larson of: Austin. Local contestants will include a Tech student, Harry Evans, and Charles Penderyass, a Lubbock resident, According to the rules an- nounced by the racing committee any stock automobile manufactured by an American firm, including jeeps and Crosleyy, will be eligible; but convertibles, trucks or "souped-up" models are barred. No alteration of the engine or parts Is permissible except that cylinders may be rebored and high compression heads, i£ standard, mny be used, Three events are scheduled on the program this afternoon, including a preliminary or helmet dash, a consolation'race for cars not qualifying.for the main event, and a 150-lap feature for the Southwest championship. Total prizes ol: $1,500 are offered to winners of the three events, officials announced. Miners Outclass Sun Devils, 21-0 EL PASO, Nov. 8 (/P)~~ Texas College of Mines broke back into the Border conference win column here tonight with a 21-0 victory over the Sun Devils from Arizona State (Tempo), The first touchdown came in the second period when the Miners ran a Sun. Devil punt back 65.yards for a score. The second came as the culmination of a successful ground attack with Wendt driving into payoff territory, The third was added for good measure later in the same period as the-climax of .a series of line plays. ALPINE, Nov, 8 (/P)—Sul Ross virtually annexed the New Mexico Conference championship tonight by submerging Adams State of Colorado. 3-1-12. Sul Ross took the opening kick- oJll anfl drove to a touchdown with Glenn Bear diving over, from the one-yard line, SAN ANTONIO; NOV, 8 (/?)— Rolling up 305 yards rushing to a meager 51 for Brooke Army Medical center, the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets rambled to a decisive 3»-l.o-() victory over the Comets tonight at Fort Sam Houston's Leonard Wood field. Conerly Puts On Air Show As Rebs Win MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov, 8 Lanky Charley Cpnerly, the ace aerialist of college football, presented another '-dazzling performance of his art today and his Mississippi Rebels blasted Tennessee, 43 to 13, almost incidentally, ' BOSTON, Nov. 8 (/P)— The Demon Deacon? of \Vake Forest today clipped the wings' 1 ' of the Boston College Eagles by a M-13 score at Braves field, MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Nov. 8 (XP)— Kentucky today made a break pay off for one touchdosvn and scored another on a long run to turn back a trying West Virginia team 15 to 6. NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov, 8 (/I 3 ) — Scoring almost at will, a powerful Vandcrbilt eleven rolled over the Tennessee Polytechnic Eagles 68-0, DURHAM, N. C., Nov, 8 W— The University of Missouri .spoiled Duke's homecoming today 38-7, JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 8 (/P) — Georgia walloped Florida 3<1 to 0 today. John Hunch's passing provided the punch'' for the i'li'Kt four Bulldog scores, BIRMINGHAM, Ala,, Nov. 8 (/P) —Mississippi Slate flashed brilliance a't intervals ant;! played listlessly at other times but punched out- a 14-0 win. over Auburn with comparative ease today. Four-Conference School Grid Setup Turned Down By League AUSTIN,'Nov, 8 (/I 3 )—The In- terscholastie Lea g u e Advisory council in executive session today turned down proposals for a four- conference football system in Texas high schools, League Director Roy Bcdiehek said the council, in rejecting the proposal, had agreed, however, to recommend that the state executive committee reconsider figures taken for classification of schools in present conferences and make whatever adjustments seem justified in the present three-conference system. and Mnrsliull 0. Dickinson 25, Drrcxcl 13, Wnyncsburg 0. Westminster 2, MuhlcnbArg 21, GeUyr,bui-K 0. Kentucky IB, West Vlnrlnlrv 0, Hiivorfurcl 32, IlnmlUon 0! HIGH SCHOOL FOOTIJAU/ Amiulllo 34, Borifoi' 0. Del Rio 0, Hondo 0. Purl Acrns ID. Vlrlor fl. •Austin 21, ' Thomna- Jefferson (Bnn An- lunlo) n. i Buneet (DiU)ni) 8, Adamsou (Dnllnft) 7. Sandies Trample Borger,34-.0 To Remain Unbeaten In 1-AA AMARILLO, Nov. 8 (Special)—Amarillo's rapidly-improving Golden Sandstorm took over undisputed first place in the District 1-AA grid title race here this afternoon by battering the Borger Bulldogs, 34 to 0. After a scoreless first quarter, the Sandies took the lead in the second stanza when Fullback Denny Willis climaxed a 66 yard drive- by smashing over right tackle for eight yards and a touchdown. End Bobby Farmer kicked the extra point from placement, first of four conversions he made during tha tilt. A few minutes later Halfback Bobby Moore passed 16 yards to Farmer for the second, tally, and Farmer converted to give the Amariiloans a 14-0 halftime edge. The Snndios rolled up two inorec* • touchdowns in the third period, one on n 12 yard plunge through guard by Willis and the other on a four yard off-tackle slant by Sub Fullback Arthur Lamb. Farmer booted both extra points, Late in the fourth quarter the Armu'illo griddcrs ehrilkerl up the final .six points when Back Bobby Brown passed 18 yards to End James Garner, Farmer missed the conversion, but the Sandies led 34-0. The Borger eleven was held completely in check ,by the hard- charging Sandie line throughout the tilt, and never .made a serious scoring throat, The Sandies moved with equal ense through the air Whiskered Kneilson To Meet Harrell In Arena's Top Event Stocky Kneilson of Blue Eye, Mo,, the bearded gentleman of. the ring, will meet Hchry "Jet" Harrell of New Orleans in the main event at Sled Allen's Arena Wednesday night. This will be Han-ell's first appearance here in over four weeks and he and KneiJson, both of whom have been crowd pleusers, should put on a good show for the spectators, Bobby Burns of Helena, Mont., meets Jack Pappenheim of Oregon in the semi-final windup. Burns is a rough, tough wrestler, but Pappenheim can hand out punishment also,' so the pair look to be well matched. Both the semifinal and the main event will-be two out oi! three falls, with an hour time limit on each bout. In the preliminary, Sailor Parker (if Jackson, Miss., will meet Otto Nickovitch, allGKecUy of Mur- mansk, Russia. Sled doesn't say whether he picked up the name on a Merchant Marine trip to the Russian port, but he docs point out that the newcomer likes his grappling on the husky.side, Tickets will go on ,salo Wednesday morning at Wylic's Drug .store, Fremhip's Tigers Rally To Overwhelm Cooper, 27 To 0 FRENSHIP, Nov. 8 (Delayed)— The Frenship Tigers finally started rolling here Friday and after being held .scoreless in the first half, came back to score four touchdowns for n.27-0 victory over an outclassed Cooper eleven, Wells passed to Randolph I'or the first counter and Wells added the extra point. The second score came with the speed of. lightning, Preston intercepting a Cooper pass and running GO yards to hit pay dirt, Wells again hit. Randolph with an aerial, this time for Ihe extra point, and Frenship led, H-0. The third touchdown again was engineered by Wells, who pitched to Swinfoi'd over the ROB!. Wells also booted foi point. the third extra The final score came when Milt drove oyer thn lino, but Wells missed the try for conversion. The entire Fernship line played good ball, while Cooped looked particularly good in the firs,t half. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 8 (/P) — With John Weber scoring a pair of touchdowns, Princeton gained n aii-7 win over Harvard in their •i(Hh football clash today, and on the ground, makinK a total of. 234 yards rushing and 102 yards passing. The completeness of the Sandie victory is indicated by the 22 first downs made by Amarillo ns compared with the five credited to Borger, ' , AMARILLO-PAMPA BATTLE TO BE SPOTLIGHT GAME By EARL SCUDDAY Avalanche-Journal Sports Wtii«r District 1-AA's torrid race for the 194? grid championship will reach n climax this weekend when Amarillo'K improving Golden Sandies invade Pampa Saturday afternoon lo battle; tho dial longing Harvesters for tho title, Sandies Are Unbonlan , Amarillo is undefeated in district piny-having scored victories over Brownfieki, Lubbock and Borger; while the Pampans have one loss—lo Plainview—chalked up with wins over Browhfield nnd Lubbock. If the Harvesters defeat Amarillo, however, and score another their last game against Borger, they will be awarded the right to represent the district in th$ playoffs under a 1-AA ruling, A victory for Amarillo will clinch the crown for the Snndtes. Lubbock's battered Westerners will attempt to climb out of the, conference cellar in another Saturday 1-AA tilt against Plainview on the Bulldogs' home gridiron. The Lubbock eleven now occupies the district basement with three defeat. 1 ;, while every other district foe has scored at ica»t one win. A triumph for the Westerners Saturday, however, would put the local schoolboys on the same level with Plainview and give them an opportunity to climb even higher in their final clash with Brownfield. The surprising Cubs, who scored an upset lfl-12 victory over Plainview last weekend, play host to the fading Borger Bulldogs in the only conference tilt slated Friday. The Borger eleven, trampled by the Sandies, 3-1-0, Saturday afternoon at Butler field, fac^ n double* tot/gh Brownficld crew for their comeback bid. On Ihe basic of the,, .season records of the two squads the Cubs will be favored by a two-touchdown margin. Three Loaders Fall In other parts of the slate Saturday • was n day of mournirij, according to the United Press. Three undefeated AA teams—Corpus Christ!, Corsicann and Marshall — were unceremoniously dumped by district foes in games that may knock them out of the* stale playoffs. Brackenridgc of San Antonio nipped Corpus Christ), 7-6, '.o throw the District 18 race into a scramble (hat could'see any one of five teams' emerge into Ihe playoffs. Corsioana was toppled by Waxahachie, J.3-7, lo leave the District 10 title settlement in the hands ol 1 the Temple Wildcats, who themselves arc ineligible for (ho championship, but whose victories count as lasses against the other members. Corsicana, Wax^- hacliic and Waco now are tied with n loss each and must still face Temple, Texarkana blanked Marshall 7-0 to leave the Longview Lobos as the only undefeated, untied team in District, 11. The Lobos, who have not been scored on all season, • barely managed tc eke out a D-0 win over, fin inspired Tyler team Friday night,

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