The Oklahoma Daily from Norman, Oklahoma on September 20, 1949 · 11
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The Oklahoma Daily from Norman, Oklahoma · 11

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Tuesday, September 20, 1949
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v a— - - I Ill WAT SEPTEMBER 20 INI THE OKLAHOMA DAAT Tilvmltr ( OUahau H MU FACE HETES The Deacon’s Seat By DEACON NEW ar 5E f j The Varsity-Freshman benefit scrimmage session Satur-night to raise money for new Sooner bond uniforms seem-ti success with 3567 paid fans turning out to see Bud Wih l on’s gridders’ first workout under lights this season (fThe first treat for the Sooner faithful waa a 30-minute scrimmage I teen the first and second varsity teams When both combinations I ‘ the “determination hustle and guts" as Red Orange put it the 2 contingent can play as well as the guys holding down the prise “4 itlons i In what was supposed to be the feature attraction of the night te of the boys played like the Rig Nevea conference championship at stake As for basiling a few seemed as reluctant as a reporter at to cut his own ropy One man loafing could easily lose a ball lie The Deacon and every othrr OU fan Is hoping for aa'nade-led season for the 1949 Hngar Bowl champs and another 'vtctoHons at to Jfew Orleans come New Tears The Hooaers have what It rs if thcyll put it out Since Wilkinson's '48 squad ran up up a 10-1 record derailed Choo- 3 Charlie Justice and North Carolina to become the Sugar Bowl s and brought home the Big Seven conference crown a lot of people climbed aboard the Sooner band wagon who would hop right off n if OU lost a couple this season But for the ones that count if the Sooners get in there and try then lose every game on the schedule they will still be the orlte team" la what proved to be the real treat of the evening aarprised a aaw an energetic band of freshmen give the third fourth and h varsity trams a good fight with the varsity barely coming ont top 20-14 Wilkinson has commented favorably on BUI Jennings' slmca A few of the outstanding performances during the session were all-around play of Frosh quarterback Eddie Crowder 170-pound tier all-stater from Muskogee both on offense and detenae uie naive play of varsity tackle Jim Weatherall the running of backs Tommy Gray and Dick Heatly with Heatiy making the test run of the night an 80-yard ' punt return behind excellent king the leadership and defensive play of quarterback Bob rank and Bruce Drake’s performance In calling plays and players the PA system with an Incomplete freshman line-up The game netted 91500 which will be nsed to hay new nntforms Die university band: It will be' the first new uniforms since 1933 the “pride of Oklahoma” the University of Oklahoma's marrhlng Aid It would have hern nice If thr band had had a frw of thrlr mbr perform at the game played ' for' thrlr benefit That's the way it looked from the Deaeon's seat Chandler Says Jumpers Tried To Ruin Came NEW YORK Sept 19 — W) — Commissioner A B Chandler testified Monday that the Mexican league “Jumpers" of 1946 were fellows who Joined a group that said they were going to “destroy" American baseball “It became a fight between Mexican baseball and American baseball” he said in a deposition taken preparatory to trial of Danny Gar-delin' $300000 suit against organised baseball He was the crj- witness in the federal court proceedings before a notary Gardella a former New York Giant who jumped to Mexico without signing a 1946 contract is one of the few rebels who have not returned to the baseball fold As Gardella’s suit contending he ws deprived of his means of livelihood when Chandler suspended him along with the other rebels is based on anti-trust laws Johnson explained to reporters that he was trying to establish the inter-state character of baseball Night and Day At Home or Away TV Follows OU The University of Oklahoma's Sooners recently ranked by Grant-land Rice as the nations No 1 team will strut their football prowess for television fans this autumn both in live games and on film Formal signing of a contract with the O U athletic council that gives WKY-TV exclusive television film as well as live game television rights for the 1943 season has been announced by P A Sugg station manager The games to be televised live from Owen Field are: October 1 Texas Aggies October 15 Kansas university October 29 Iowa State university: November 19 Santa Clara and November 26 Oklahomr A and M college The first film showing will be Monday night September 26 a tele cast of the Sooner-Boston College tilt to be played the night of September 23 lii Boston Other road contests are: October 8 Texas university at Dallas October 22 Nebraska university at Lincoln November 5 Kansas State at Manhattan and November 12 Missouri university at Columbia Play by play commentary for the five home game telecasts will be given by Jack MitchelL NOTICE TO ORGANIZED TEAMS It is your priviiepa to pure Imm at wholesale prices at Rainy Sporting Goods 119 N Crawford 9b 239 TUESDAY WITH yyiof0® Left by Former Students J TOR RESALE 4 Woodstocks 1 Remington -Portable 1 Remington I Corona Portable Seeim at 314 College Rite-Way IGA Super Market You can trade at the Rite-Way Lhe first of the week at the same low prices that prevail on week-' ends I 'se no good reason why food prices should be higher on Mon day and Tuesday than they are on Friday and Saturady It is for this reason that you will find low shelf prices any day of the week that you care to jade I list here Just ‘a few of the that are causing comment: Spam Treetf or PTem luncheon meat 12 oz can 39c Mllnot tat can9c Pet or Comatlon Milk tall can 12c Gerber’s Baby rood 3 cans 23c Northern Tissje roll 7c Jell-o pkg 7c' Sunsweet Prune Juice quart 27c Nlblets Mexico 12 os can 20c many everyday low shelf prices Shop the modern economical sv at 310 East Main Onen Till 10 pm seven days per week Gabardine button-op classic with fitted' lines Also In Miron -worsted and ' exclusive British fweed and plan plaid Steel? to' f£ YUtdOl tc P' U "jHV flitfh m (jfitttd rjw Button-bounty 5n Prendergast ' patterned worsted 4 Contrasting borders - on acket and graceful four-gore kirt Sizes 9 to K'iOto’20 'We are greeting the new season with the very latest hartdmacher suits destined to become -exclamation points of fashion in E your bll Wardrobe’ Many wonderful fabrics and shades all sensibly ’priced at art 'they’ ire 9 outs alone ! 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