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3-1111 s Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturgay,Mornjng t February 15, 194T (Section Two) Page Three PEORIA DOWNS MUSTANGST23-21; TOLLESON WINS » D 14—The University; Mexico Lobos got off * - defeated the hot- of Arizona Slate of Tempe, 51 to Coolidge Five Advances In Meet P r°* nix c Gain Semifinals 01 Ifrice 1L* S«a Grande Loses Second Tourney Tilt MESA, Feb. 14—The Coolidge - L " High School Bears bounced back into the running for a state title berth by downing the Casa Grande High School Cougars, 44 to 35, to gain a semifinal spot in the consolation round of the East and Jones paced an-1 Central Conference basketball tour- fonva] . d drew and widened the ~ haneing a«'ay with one- Kfrom the cornor. was - . oFoblem for the Tempe de- *SS«S5l » points for the Gerald * n ?JSi"up"fo' within five *',- 4 .?J?$he invaders 13 to 8, first half. But the 18, at the inter- tong. Fort Thomas Stuns Globe, 38-32; Phoenix Net Mam? Capers #n Willie Hoppe Clinches Tie For Billiards Meet Crown (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) threat in the second WolfparK's j ttelobos , went ahead to their rift 12. S the Bulldogs with 15 McNabb trailed him PF FG FT Totals ney here today. The Cougars gained the right to but the drive died tackle the Coolidge five hy edging one 4 , •tanti, 1OTAIS W MEXICO low.! Qanui-t mi 16 17 11 46 PF FG 3 6 1 3 0 2 Idlfer. 8, Bo .... Bonn FT Totals 5 21 5 11 0 4 0 2 0 0 3 9 0 2 0 0 0 2 TOTALS 16 19 13 51 New Mexico 2S, Tempe 36. i missed: New Mexico 4, Jt: Nicolay, Referee; Rouse. Urn- Ion Ong Cracks Chandler, 31-25. in a second-round consolation game this morning. Casa Grande started fast against Coolidge and crabbed a 17-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and held a 23-17 edge at the half. The Bears hit thf-ir stride in the third period and went out in front by a 3380 count. Simmons of Coolidge took scoring honors with 23 points, and J. Ar- •menta and Robinson topped Casa | Grande with eight each. The Cougars were out in front all the way in their game with Chandler, holding a 9-4 edge at the end of the first quarter. Casa Grande led. 17-12, at the half, and 22-17 at the end of the third quarter. Little of Chandler and Tip Killingsworth of Casa Grande tied for scoring honors with 10 points each. Holbrook Quint Downs Winslow QH1CAGO, Feh. 13—(AP)—Jay Bozeman, fast-shooting young Californian. fell by the wayside tonight/leaving only Willie Hoppe, defending champion, and Jake Schaefer in the battle for the world's three-cushion billiards championship. Hoppe, making his next to last appearance in the round-robin title tournament, defeated Bozeman, 501 = to 35, in 35 innings, giving the champion 15 victories in 16 starts lo clinch a tie for the title. Bozeman has lost four of 16 contests and has no mathematical chance to share the crown. Schaefer has won 13 of 15 matches. Hoppe. who now has won 37 out of his last 38 matches in title tournaments, jumped into a six-point lead in the first two innings of the match. Thereafter he led hy five points or more all thr way. He had a 25-to-16 edge at intermission and ran this to 34-20 shortly after the brief rest. But Bozeman rallied wilh apparently had regained his touch against Bozeman. The red-haired Californian averaged a point an inning, but even this highly respectable mark left him trailing far behind the steady, 53-year-old New Yorker. Welker Cochran of San Francisco maintained his average of better than a point an inning in the tournament by defeating Art Thurnhlad of Kenosha, Wis., 50 to 32, in 48 innings. Cochran, the only conqueror of Hoppe, can finish no worse than fourth. He has won 12 matches and lost four, scoring 810 billiards in 12 786 innings. ._ . points m four innings to reduce! In the other matinee game, Art his deficit to seven points. That was' Rubin of New York ended his tourn- his last stand, Hoppe again taking charge and running out his string. r ' ' appeared shaky in ament schedule with a 50-to-44 triumph over Otto Reiselt of Philadelphia. The match, which required Hoppe had .... _ ...„,. ,. »^^ most of his recent appearances, re-J60 innings, was'Rub'ih's iith against quiring more than 50 innings to six defeats. He trailed at one time polish off his opponents, but he in the match 41 to 30. HOLBROOK, Feb. 14—Holbrook iHigh School's basketball team! _^ feiS^IS^SSSS^aul Lewis Flattens Katich Dan One of the Chinese Lions i to ,31. here tonight. ShTi rated.56of 70 free throws to take! Winslow was pressing the locals -«%medal in A division competition ! a 5 V end of the first half, 16 to the Verde Park Basketball league i15 ' but fel1 behind when Holbrook P»c- feint One ecord. ers the park court last night. ark eclipsed the record of _..... ... Red In Fifth Round Of Slugfest ™ the hemp adusting in the late (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) Al Al (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) pIMA, Feb. 14—Fort Thomas High School's surprising cag- ers came through with their second stunning upset of the Eastern Conference basketball tournament by bouncing the strongly-favored Globe High School Tigers into the consolation bracket by a 38-32 score on the Pima High School gym floor tonight. The victory sent the Fort Thomas five into the finals where it will tangle with the Miami High School Vandals at 8 o'clock tomorrow night. Miami, with the regulars resting a good part of the time, trounced Thatcher, 62-32, tonight. The wins clinched state tourney berths for Fort Thomas and Miami. In consolation-round games today, Safford, shocked 1'ast night by Fort Thomas' 29-28 win, came back to drub Pima. 34-18, and Duncan, state champion the last three years, trounced Clifton, 35-18. Safford will clash with Duncan at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, and Globe and Thatcher will match baskets an hour later. The two winners will tangle at 7 o'clock tomorrow night to decide third place and the third berth in the state tourney. Fo'rt Thomas hefd a 5-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, and matched baskets with the high-riding Tigers until near the end of the half when Globe knotted the game at 15- all. Fort Thomas went out in front, 25-22, at the end of the third period, and then Francis Kelley, sophomore guard, came through with three baskets in the final minutes to give Fort Thomas the win. Norman Johnson, Globe forward, na/s Stars Win In Yuma Tourney the Holhrook thHolbrook pAUL LEWIS of Phoenix, a swift young man with dynamite in both took ormg hono?s ?h 14 polnte m nands ' nailed Eli Katich of Superior to the canvas with an h . jgh Ja , e Jfl "" 1 " P" 1 "" with 204 and the Exiles'trounced Winslow, 40 to 13. . and the Hed Raiders with! Exiles routed Capitol Park, •X, in the operung game m final- 1 ., plt .^ . i gl i a a at o 0 Clock. The j Robert One took second with 52 i Hatch tallied 10. Scott Freeman' ? lnal a ™ P ut an end to a fight that completely stole the spotlight from snk Finney of South Phoenix'tallied 10 for Winslow and was '• Leg"™ Arena s headlmer last night. ^ t "- 1 with 49 and Martin fourth i trailed by Jay Freeman, his broth- . =\ £. 1 er, with eight. Tie Chinese Lions led in team! In the preliminary between *ec- with 222, trailed by South'ond teams, the Holbrook reserves Bowling Results gJlj/tinior Netters Compete Today 1-Ame As* to Nn in f< (rrom Lale Republic Edition Yesterday) BOH LIMi CENTER (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) A j. BAYLESS Markets No. i. winning PT?"FCPfYTT TT«K 14 PlarL-rloloi '°ur straight points from Michener T.T- i/^?v. i. ' i«r i V ar , KQale : Brothers. 2.4S5-2.32.). climbed into second High School s Wolves gained re- j place in the Phoenix Classic League last venge for an early-season setback' ni ^ ht - . . . , . . Viv riofonlirnr tho •Pmcnntl Hir-v,' .Mvers-Leiber Company, in the lead by ny aeieating tne rreSCOU Hlgn; t wo points, took three of lour Ironr State School Badgers. 27 to 21. in a'Tractor and Equipment Company. 2.U26- - h ?^°l ba11 "^reen V.ab.e, Hlmbed oat .1 Northern Conference ...-_. - game here tonight. It was the same in the February boys and j score by which Prcscott won in the tennis tournaments will get [earlier encounter. -" in the Encanto Park I Clarkdale took a 6-1 lead at the v -L. -« .u morning end of the first period, hut the Mark Mathews and * - - LU.K- ijj i~~7.~—. ~vw.iu Badgers came back to knot the rtcMield defending the tities they; count at 11-all at the halftime in•on last month. Itermission. Clarkdale was out in meet Bar-)f r0 nt, 21-17, going into the final .-round match quarter. Rodriguez Of Clarkdale took high- I American "Leacue. at point honors with 15, and Morales ! b - v one po - mt ovc topped Frescott with seven. The Clarkdale Junior High quint match reen Gables climbed out of the erllar with a four-point sweep over Mission Inn. 3.489-:,:i62. Leslie Ktani «f Mjere-Lelncr had Ihe nlchfn hlsh «erie» with 233-1D4-194—610, while i. I>a\id*on turned In .1X0 for Stale Tractors. A. 4. Bayles* tapped hi* quintet with S54, while Hank SayrV 498 was hich for -Mfcbener'n. iieorjee Snyder *hot 533 tn take down honors (or Mission Inn. llonnle Wrlcht chalklnc up 5M for Cirren liable*. Ph<«?nix Auto Supply No. 1 went on j pin-spillinc campaign In the it seemed that Katich might be taking command of the situation. It hit the glove-scarred miner flush on the chin, and the victim bounced so hard that dust spiraled up from the canvas. The knockout Mow, coming after 2:16 of the punch-packed fifth, was the third of a series that had Katich on the floor. Just after the second-round hell, Lewis sent a sizzling left hook to Katich's body and the veteran was down for nine. The second trip to the carpet also was propelled hy a left hook to the body and only the bell, sounding the end of the second, saved Eli from a kayo then. and Kelly counted 12 points for the winners. Miami had little trouble whipping Thatcher, the Vandals taking a 16-6 lead at the . end of the and boosting the margin to ,r:—= ]ed> 47 . 23> going into Frank Downs of Miami set the scoring pace with 20 points, and Mullenaux was high for Thatcher with eight. Safford held Pima to two points in the first period to lead, 8-2, at the end of the quarter, and the Bulldogs held a 15-5 edge at the halftime intermission. Playing a tight defensive game, the Bulldogs were out in front, 24-7, at the end of the third quarter. Granillo. Safford center, counted 10 points for scoring honors, while Hudson and Beals each counted five for Pima. Duncan's Wildkats got away to a flying start and held a 10-2 lead at i wU defeated Prescott Junior High, 2321, in the preliminary. e :ed, h ouflfl is \vhfl itly. time »2,«oo lone. ; wfll .2,500 15,000 h « pear- Close Victory Taken It was a heated, toe-to-toe slug- -. over Clifton at the end of the aroo from the outset, and except j first quarter. The Trojans rallied for those three paralyzing blows,!in the second period to trail, 13-9. Katich gave as good as he received. But the Wildkats again hit their Early in the fatal fifth, Katich stride and gained a 25-12 lead at staggered Lewis with a booming: the end of the third quarter, the loop iead|' e ft to the head and just before he ; Rice of Duncan was high with over EI Sombrero Mexicano j caught that last blow, he was hand- 15 points, and Coronado led Clif- T? Ie tled d for C se < cond COI iacc ProductSl which ijng the colored youth a fearful past-j ton with five. The Auto r supply quintet crabbed four | in £ > n ? neutral corner. 'miftiorn P n r i f i r win 461. OUinern rUl.ll It. p hocn i. v Laundry scored HoldWinPace "•» Tr tf» * ML.C; (FYom La,, Republic Edition Yesterday) - F_f*^ lic Edilio " Veslerda >-> I The Southern Pacific quint shad-]££„.„,,( tirst Presbyterian quintet ed Tolleson, 21 to 20, in an over-]493 for the losers. IM its undefeated pace in:time period to feature Salt River Monroe MOU Christian Association! Valley Basketball League play last tab an eSf « b , aU « Le - a f Ue play ! night: « Latter Day s»^ T&-£ r ! _ Jn.other games. Father Emmett's straieht from O. S. Stapley Company, I Lewis, instructed in the gentle ^-^57ra^ ti ^nn°Sa !: n 0 '^,h to ,l: j««. of bending beaks by his brother. Western Cotton and El Sombrero split I John Henry Lewis, former light- even, the former team winninc one same heavyweight champion Of the world, weighed 148, Katich two pounds more. Baby Face Robinson, the left- and totals, 2.219-2.1S2. Mike Solomon ! counted 494 for C"tton. while the Cafe | team was led by Dr. Charles Van Epps . n three-point triumph over Hawkinson Speedy Service, ward,;Mi ss i on defeated'the Dinky Birds,! nickeled 24 points to! dale, 23 to 22. The Verde bantamsi" n 'e with .128. — of Glendale to a; lost to Madison, 42 to "" •---•—'- - School took three out of four from Alhamhra in the Phoenix Teacher* Ix-acue, 1,311-1,303. 1. fionrir* 398 \v»» Jilffh for the winner*, and Winnie Jildce'l 387 lop* for the loNem. Madison captured three from Lowell OF TflE HUB OUTFIT.... MS ~VMes AS MAW ASSISTS AS GOALS..... in a Work! Wilson was presented with lour for- League' L eit , mint 3 V 11 " 1 Roosevelt was unable to *-^ o bowl, and turned in cftmes 01 o;'i, -wi and 410 for 1.152. Vcra Cochran hit 316 and Olive Griffis had hich came of 144. Todav'n schedule: 12:15 P. m,. Phoenix Noon-day Leacue— Printers vs. Papcrhangers; Cleaners vs. Painters. 8 p. m.. Phoenix National Leacue—Pnne- nex Radio Company vp. Sun Mercantile, PBSW vs. Capitol Drue*: O'Connell | Brothers vs. Vinson-Carter U'estinchouse; | Biltmore Laundry and Dry Cleaning vs. Stockham's Coolers. Wildcats Lose Frosh Line Star —, .„„ , kuu ,., S u,., ,. 1C „-„- TUCSON, Feb. 14-(AP)-Uni- hook dispenser from Honolulu I versify of Arizona footoall losses hammered out an easv decision ! from the freshman ranks reached over Al Grayson of Los Angeles in\ s ?y en i0 ^ wi ' h the departure of the 10-round main event, staged— i-Charlie Kovatch, star tackle and strange as it seems—just before thel honorar >' captain of the ±940 Wild- T o,.-ie_i.-^«;«u «u-:ii— i kittpn souad. (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) VUMA, Feb. 14—Two Yuma - 1 - racket-wielders, one Tucson netter and two Phoenicians survived opening day play in the Arizona closed tennis tourney's men's singles here today. One Phoenician, one of the tourney's most highly-regarded entrants, was Homer Richards, jr.. winner over Harvey Miller of Yuma in the first round by a 6-4, 6-3 count. He drew a second- round default from Dr. Alan Hicks to advance to tomorrow's round. The other was Audrey Barnard of Phoenix, defending women's singles champion, who easily disposed of Lois Bar- hour, Phoenix, 6-0, 6-1, and will play Evelyn Tomlinson of Phoenix in the finals Sunday. Miss Tomlinson defeated Louise Armistead of Yuma, 6-* 6-0. Herb Labensart of Tucson coasted through the first round on a bye and then defeated Dutch Solomon of Phoenix, 6-0, 8-6, in the second round. Solomon had defeated Kennedy of Yuma, 6-3, 6-3, in the previous round. The Yumans in tomorrow's round will be Clare Riesen, victor over Jerry Foster of Phoenix, 6-2, 6-2, in the second round and the winner of tonight's match between Dutch Liedig and Clarence White. Foster defeated Clyde Shields of Yuma, 7-5, 6-3, in the first round and Riesen drew a bye. Liedig and White were also given passes through the opening frame. Labensart will meet the winner of the Leidig-White match tomorrow and Richards will match strokes with Riesen. In the men's doubles, the combine of White and Reisen defeated Richards and Ormond Parke of Phoenix, 9-7, 6-0, and will meet Foster and Douglas Miller of Phoenix tomorrow. The latter team drew a first- round bye. Labensart and Solomon will face Leidig and Shields tomorrow in a first- round doubles encounter. In the mixed ^doubles, Harvey Miller and Dorothy Cutler of Yuma defeated Lyda Branham and Bob DeHart of Tempe, 6-1, 6-4; Louise Raley and Riesen defeated Miss Harbour and Foster, 6-4, 6-3 and Miss Tomlinson and Solomon defeated Elizabeth Rose and Norman Finn, 6-2, 6-4: Mrs. Barnard and Labensart drew a bye. In the semifinals tomorrow, the Barnard-Labensart team will fad Consolations gY A two-point margin, Peoria High School moved into the finals of the West Central Conference basketball tournament here last night, defeating the North Phoenix High School Mustangs, 23 to 21: The close victory won for Peoria the right to meet Tolleson High School, which defeated Scottsdale earlier, for the conference championship; at 9:15 o'clock tonight. Both finalists, however, will compete in the state prep cage tourney at Tucson. Peoria's Panthers held a rather slim 14-to-10 lead at the half, after Axbabes Beat Gila Cagers JPLAGSTAFF, Feb. 14—(AP)—Th Frosh cagersof the Arizonz State Teachers College at Flagstaf came from behind to wallop Gila Junior College, 61 to 50, here tonight. Gila was in front, 28 to 25, at the half and held the advantage unti" midway in the second period. Bill Casson, Flagstaff guard, sel the pace with 17 poinst, one more than a teammate, Tom Cantrell center, contributed. Delbert Lee Gila guard, tallied 15. The teams meet again tomorrow o Donning Snubs Terry's Request MIAMI, Feb. 14—(AP)—Harry Danning, the New York Giants' No. 1 holdout, failed to appear as the first Giant squad held its initial spring workout today. Danning, who is asking a considerable increase over last year's $15,000 salary, failed to heed Manager Bill Terry's request to come to camp and talk over their differences. "I received word from our New York office that Harry has wired a flat refusal to report until his contract differences are settled. So I've simply decided to let him rest,' said Terry. He also said he had told Gabby Hartnett to get into condition as quickly as possible. o Cardinals Sign Four Players ST. LOUIS, Feb. 14—(AP)—The Cardinals added four more players to the signed-contract list today. Infielder Johnny Hopp, outfielder Garden Gillenwater and Pitchers Howard Krist and Sam Nahem were the latest additions. Hopp, from Hastings. Neb., is Johnny Mize's understudy at first base. Gillenwater. not quite 23 years old, had a .305 batting average with New Orleans and the 'ards last year. Nahem and Krisl were one-two in earned-run effectiveness in the Texas League last Lewis-Katich thriller. Robinson, as touch and tire- • less as a dray horse, cut his rival into ribbons in the later stages of the light, hut Grayson, almost as durable as the transplanted Hawaiian, w a s still effectively vertical at the end of the fight. Little love was lost between the two and after the fourth and fifth rounds they kept, slugging viciously after the bell and had to be pried apart by the hard-working referee, Robinson bounced his opponent | kitten squad. Kovatch w_ and left for his home in South Bend. Ind.. where his brother, Johnny Kovatch, is an end at Notre Dame. Tom Chintis, Hammond. Ind., halfback star, left two weeks ago. Neither Kovatch nor Chintis had scholastic troubles. Five Frosh players left at the end of the first semester because of scholastic difficulties. They were Barney MeMahon, center, Chicago; Gene Helms, back, Springfield, 111.; Louis Trebar, back, South Bend; John Nawara, guard, Detroit, and r.Ol.nsl'OT ALLEYS B ACON'S GRILL retained In other bouts, Billy Hale, 124- pound Coldwater puncher, out- pointed Al Gomez, 126, Los Angeles, in the special six; Johnny Martin, 116-pound Phoenix Indian, and Mike Delrosa. 116, Los Angeles, went to a six-round draw, and Damon Belindo, 135, drew with Kid Squires, 140, Phoenix. lOiaiPO _. J>)^ iiKiJinM —ur*-*. £>uii" j\«ij'>>o--' \ » ,, , was hich for Bacon's with a 214 came and ; ed the barrage and was tossing 581 series, and Neil Svvarincen had a 214 heavy body blows as the round came and 557 to lead Motor Supply. pnrlprl <;e<iri:e Hartley rolled 3:i»-I90-204— enneu. A30 for hich oerle* nt Ihe nlKht to lead Hemphlll Cotton to a three-point victory mer <;old»polleni who were paced by Ixivetle with £79. Henin- hlll Cotton rolled tames of 73J-759- 717 lo lake hich learn series for the nichl nlth :.!11. A. I!. Krull rolled 725-7^2-700-2.15-1 in takine four pointy from Gotdvvater s. Fred Leonard w-as hich man with 551, and Wallv Kolberu was high for Goldwater's with 551. N. Porter Company. Apperson Painters, and • Daley 1 ? Electric Motor Service went inlo a three-way tie for first place in the Commercial Leacue. as .\. Porter won three points from Five Points Ice. with 2.679 acainst 2.61*5. Daley's Electric .Motors service won one came and total pins to net on even break with Apperson Painters, and Elder Brau Beer won three and lost one to the Republic and Gazette. I'needa Towel supply won three and lost ono to the I'pton'* Ice Cream (earn. Towel Supply had Wch team rame wllh 9.W. X. Torter and Company rolled hlEh *erle« of 3,60(1. Individual honor* went lo Joe Bate* of the Towel Supply wllh !4R. Illch Individual wrle* went to Jimmy Thurman of I'orter'* with 6IR. Tonlcht's schedule finds the TGA Catholic Leaeue swineinc Into action across eicht alleys, and the Goldspotters about iho rmo- in tho <>!<>>.V£ -»u Jonn INawara, guarci, ueirou, anu |f s^ries'of'lo^h-raUUn^lens'and Bob Chamberlain, guard, East Chi_ .. one-point j the assembled fans leaned forward, caB0 ' „ lead in the Classic League by winning | ready for the pay-off punch. But e points L from Motor .Supply,_ as they ; Gravson, shaky as he \\~as, weather- »r» T* HJI M. Tucson To meet Phoenix Elevens TUCSON. Feb. 14— (AP)— St. Mary's of Phoenix. North Phoenix and Inglewood, Calif., high schools were added today to the 1941 football schedule of Tucson High School, bringing the list of Badger opponents to 10. The schedule: September 19. Nogales. there; September 26, Bisbee, here; October 3, Pomona, Calif., here; October 10, St. Mary's there; October 17, North Phoenix, there; October 24. Mesa, here; November 7, Inglewood, Calif., here; November 15 Phoenix, here; November 20, Yuma there; November 28, Santa Barbara, Calif., here. Ladies* Leacue four alleys. spilling the maples on PI.A-MOB AIICADB W ALSH Brothers turned in a four-point viclory over Lovctt's Plumberettes. 2,'J57 to 2.0S3 last night. J. McCabe topped Walsh with 464. while L. Mullens was Jiicl) for the Plumberettes with 509. Green Gables took three points from International Insurance Company, with the Gables winninc total pins by the narrow marein of 3 sticks. 2.043 to 2,040. Dorothy McCleery 1«1 tne "'?>" ' or 5 r f^ Gables with 460. p. Matheison topped the Insurance fiquad with 39o. Perrv Taftev Tire* won three point* from Earle'*. 3.091 to 3,010. Looella Jone*' 491 wa« ftlch for (he Tired, and Mildred Kotien topped Larle'l with Babbitt Beauty Salon hit 2.157 In win- nine three points from the Grand Cafe. The Cafe squad tallied 2.092. Tertia Kins was hleh for Babbitts with 479, and Clara Tomasch led Grand Cafe with 436. Walsh Brothers had the high team tenes of 2.237. while hich fame went lo Babbitt Beautv Salon with 763. Lydia Mullens topped the individuals with a 509 series, while Jiich came went to Dorothy Mc- Cleerv with 387. . . Tn 'the KTAR Leacue R won four points •from A 1 324 to 1.124. Harold Hitter led R wilh 529. Hurley Fulbright was Benson Cagers Wallop Willcox (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) BENSON, Feb. 14—Benson High School's basketball team walloped Willcox High, 39 to 5, in a one- sided clash here tonight. Benson led by 9-4 at the end of the first, 12-4 at the half and then unleashed a scoring barrage. Johnny Graham, Benson center, paced his team with 15 points. The Willcox seconds triumphed over Benson, 22 to 16. Tucson, Indian Fives To Clash The Tucson High School Badgers and Phoenix Indian School cagers will clash in a two-game basketball program on the Indian School floor at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The reserve quintets will open the- program, and the varsity fives will tangle in the nightcap. The Tucson cagers are expected to encounter little difficulty in taking the measure of the Braves Miss Cutler and Miller and the Raley-Riesen duo will play the combination of Miss Tomlinson ant Solomon. In the junior men's singles, Harry Powell of Yuma defeated Parke 8-6, 4-6, 6-0, Richards drew a bye and Doug Miller of Phoenix ant Finn will meet in a first-round game tomorrow morning, with Richards meeting the winner. In the junior men's singles, Parke defeated Harry Powell of Yuma, 8-6, 4-6, 6-0; Richards drew a bye, and Miller of Phoenix and Finn will meet in a first-round game tomorrow morning, with Richards facing the winner. Parke will meet Foster in the other game tomorrow. Foster and Miller gained a first- round bye in the junior men's doubles and will meet Ernest Pan- crazi and George Leon, who also drew a pass, tomorrow. Finn anc Powell will play Richards anc Parke, who defeated Branham and DeHart, 6-4, 6-2. Leah Joe Carr of Tempe defeated Ruth Ann Lipscomb of Tempe in the junior women's singles and will meet Miss Raley, who drew a bye, tomorrow. Also drawing a bye was Chick Brewster of Phoenix, who will meet Miss Branham, 6-3, 6-3, victor over Louise Armistead of Yuma. Bill Steierc will meet Slater and Bert Townsend will meet Mcdiing in the matches for hoys 15 years old and younger tomorrow. All are Yuma players. Bill Berry and Leroy Conrad, only entrants in the division for boys 13 years old and younger, will play for the title Sunday. In a match for girls under 15, Verda Ray Donkersly defeated Norma Dale Hyatt, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. She ,vill play Sue Ellen Cain tomorrow. Miss Cain drew a bye. Finals in most divisions will be played Sunday. to 1.32,. ° r " Andy Anderson led the way £ 50S - ""'"• »'<•" "eath lviln ,,. , la i Mo r , Valll! >- E«es into ,. , , E«es no S C i!SP« i 8 ° docl ! tonicht with Consolidated Motors meet me Montgomery Ward: Fannins Hardware taking on Karis Pro°!«* V;'K? Ilan> ' : /°U er ' s 'ackling George 1 * St. David Jars Tombstone Five (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) TOMBSTONE, Feb. 14— The St. David High School cagers romped to a 39-29 victory over the Tombstone High School Yellowjackets in a Southern Conference basket- 1 ball game here tonight. The visitors gained a 10-9 margin at the- end of the first quarter and were out in front, 20-13, at the half. St. David led, 29-22, going into the .final period. Judd of St. David took scoring honors with 15 points, and Charles Rockhill led Tombstone with 13. The local cagers have been playing without the services of their coach Joe B. Wisdom, who has been ill the past two weeks. The St. David reserves won the preliminary, 19-17, in an overtime contest. _ Yale football, though de-emphasized somewhat in late years, gets Defender Loses In Golf Tourney ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Feb. 14— (INS)—Dick van Kleek of Ponte Vedra, Fla., one-putted five greens this afternoon to overtake Bobby Walker, defending champion, of Jacksonville, and win his semifinals match, 2 and 1, in the national championship of golf club champions. Completing the morning 18 two down. Van Kleek pulled up even on the 13th of the afternoon round and went on to win. Bill Stark of Jacksonville won his semifinals match over John Moyer of North Hills, Pa., 6 and 5. Stark and Van Kleek will meet in 36-hole finals tomorrow. $30,000 a year privileges. for broadcasting Camacho Offers Oil Field Bill MEXICO, D F., Feb. 14— (AP)— Pres. Manuel Avila Camacho today submitted to the special session of congress a bill which would reopen Mexico's rich oil resources to private exploitation and apparently clear the way for the resumption of operations here by the United States, British and Dutch companies expropriated by Lazaro Cardenas, former president, in 193S. ! The presidential messag«: accom-j panying the proposed legislation, j Dodgers Receive Cuban Welcome HAVANA, Feb. 14—(AP)—An enthusiastic welcome was accorded members of the Brooklyn Dodgers, who came here from Miami in two planes today to begin their spring training period. The group, headed by Larry MacPhail, president, was met by Cuban government officials, several hundred fans and a band. A -parade of motorcars and police escorted them to their hotel, with a stop at the presidential palace for.. greetings from aids of President Fulgencio Batista, who was absent from the palace at the time. Players who were not in training camp tonight are due by boat tomorrow, when Manager Leo Durocher has scheduled the first workout at Tropical Stadium. Title Retained By Lobo Boxer (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Feb. 13 (AP)—Austin O'Jibway, 22-year-old New Mexico University football player, retained his Rocky Mountain Amateur Athletic Union regional heavyweight championship tonight with a decision over Sterling Ingram, Denver colored fighter. Both fighters were badly battered at the final bell. There were no knockdowns as the two men stood toe-to-toe and slugged. The judges were split 2 to 1. O'Jibway weighed 184. 205; Ingram TempeFrosh Grab Easy Win (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) TEMPE, Feb. 13—The frosh cagers of Arizona State Teachers College here handed the Lily Ice Cream five of Phoenix a 52-33 trouncing in a practice game on the college gym floor here tonight. Ted Olea and Fenton Overson led the frosh with 12 points, and Ted garland topped the visitors with 10 in the rough tilt in which 29 personal fouls were called. setting up a 9-2 margin in the first quarter, in which North Phoenix scored only two free throws. Both teams seemed ineffective in basket work the first two stanzas. Gilbert Fierros, new Peoria captain, carried the scoring load for his team. The Panthers put Wacker to watching^ Bill Greer of the" Mustangs, but when he collected three personal fouls before the half they withdrew him to let him rest awhile. Greer netted his first basket after' Wacker left the fray. Tolleson roared into the finals of the championship bracket In a decisive 46-to-24 shellacking of Scottsdale High School. Zip Zaragoza, Tolleson forward, on his game for the first time in the tourney, scored IS points to lead the Wolverines to victory. Tolleson went into the finals without bar ing seriously pushed, though the game was fast arid rough. Zaragoza scored on the opening tip-off, and bucketed three more in the opening period, which Tolleson finished with a 16-6 edge. The Beavers tightened their defense in the second, battling Tolleson on close-to-even terms, but trailed by 12 points with the score 26-14 at-the half. Chesley Cook, center, carried the Wolverines, while Scottsdale scoring was split among four players. Zaragoza got going again in the third, boosting his point total to 16, and Tolleson held a 34-20 lead. Bob Chastain, guard, paced Tolleson in the last-quarter assault on the basket which soon became a run-away. Chastain collected 12 points, second high in individual scoring for his team. Joe Pastorino, Scottsdale forward, paced his mates with eight markers. Glendale and Phoenix Union High School quints romped into the semifinals of the consolation tournament with easy victories. The Phoenix Coyotes disposed of, Gila Bend, 36 to 10, and the Glendale Cardinals established a tournament scoring record in dispatching Litchfield Park, 63 to 35. The Coyotes loafed their way into the lower bracket of the ' consolation semifinals. The varsity held Gila Bend scoreless through the entire first period, first time that has happened to any team in the tourney, and were ahead. 15-0. The Coyote reserves took over, froze up in the second quarter and could get only four points. Phoenix leading, 19 to 1, at the half. Eddie Gallardo, Coyote forward, joined the reserves and looped in four baskets in the third, at the close of which Phoenix led, 30-6. Gallardo took high-point honors with 10 markers. Sonny Swift. Gila Bend guard, led his team with five. The Glendale-Litchfield Park set- to opened as though it might become an upset, the Owls starting strong and leading, 13-9, at the quarter. But Amelio Cuevas, playing his first tourney game for Glendale, fired the Cards to action in a second-period rally that fairly iced the contest for the subsequent victors. Litchfield Park got only three points, and Glendale held a 27-14 margin at the half. The Cards increased that edge to 38-17 early in the third, slowed to watch Litchfield Park pile up 10 points quickly, and it was 38-27 at the end . of the third. Glendale lost : three men on fouls in the final' period, but still managed to pile up an additional 25 points. Kenny Weatherholt, Glendale center, led the scoring with 14 Joints, one more than J. B. Me? Donald, Litchfield Park guar.di who dropped in nine of 10 free shots he attempted. Boxing is a popular sport at the U. S. Naval Academy, 150 Middies turning out this winter. 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