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Page* Six STERLING DAILY GAZETTE, STERLING, ILLINOIS Monday, October 27, 1941 *] Sport News Covering Local and National Events tMm ^HMlf Bears, Green Bay Meet Next Sunday In Crucial Contest Packers Not Able to Stop Chicago Eleven Five Weeks Ago By Tom Siirr CHICAGO— fAPi—Til? OWn Bfiv Packers will ]psrn nrxt Sunriav whether they've r hcpn on a ^llri goose chair since thr National football leamie season began. The Incomparable Don Hutsoji Tampiro Ann a -Ann Fi \r For; P.\ron 19*1 IV. I 4 n 3 1 2 2 0 Frt ! noo .7.VI .000 1. HPJ Pnriflici ' Dtitrh" Rracsn. fnrmrr Dixon huh school foothaU p!n\rr | and prr^rn! movlr r'ar hfl<- rrcfivrrl i a (ail to military <-rr\irr iVr. 1. H )•; rnnnfcird tvith thr cavniri sign? sen icr. Six Illinois Elevens Remain Unbeaten In College Football Blackliawks Feel McKay's Absence Rest of Regulars Are Back for the Season Gopher Power Stops Michigan 7 to 0 Bay five, weeks ago. Since tlirn the Bears and Packers have bowled ovrr everything in sight, marking timr until their second encounter. This meeting comes Sunday In Wrlgley field. Ail reserve tickets have been sold. If the Bears win they will be virtually certain of representing the west in the championship playoff. The eastern race was thrown into B scramble between Washington and Ne<* York yesterday when Brooklyn snapped back from threr straight defeats to whip the Giants, 16 to 13. Washington, a half game behind the Giants, outlasted Cleveland to win 17 to 13. The Redskins have won four of five engagements, but their winning margin (n no single contest has exceeded four points. The Bears notched their fifth CHAMPAIGN. U.I, -- >AP'-- Thr : 1911-42 Chirac" Blarkha-.vk^ -Mil r!:.'- frr onlv a i'.ttir from thr popular! asRiTCflUon •,'. hifh. ?,hi!r nin.-l::!iK filth in !a. c t .'•pp.'-ons National Hc» kfv Iragup rarr. v n.<, sfr ond in thr lea- | Rur's attemiar.rr !'„•:. . j Manaii.er Pftt:! Thompson, a.-. h:.s puck chasrrs -A em through thnr training campa;en at thr Umvri.Miv ; of Illinois rink where thev workrrl • with thr club's Katisa.^ City Amrti-j cans. di.vloM>d that ail hl> regulars but one ate batk. and said: "We've lost Davr McKay. R brilliant defense man. and- there's no i <l»«*l°n b " 1 that it will hurt. He: , 0 " ?' h ° n \ l ierc *"• ability I think he might becomt I? ' lock ? y whBtu Pet * ' untied. Western and Northern * r , l f er Tor Jw> DiMa RK io U to base-' Teachers, lenders of the Illinois in- ' bal1 ' "* Wu 8 n to lofic 5Ucn a : trrcolIcRiate conference, and Lake P ros P* %cl - and his mates knocked ovrr Drtroit • and Cleveland before bowinu to the! BLOOMINOTON. ILL. — 'AP) — undefeated Chicago Bears in Green Sl * srrm " college teams In Illinois have survived defeat in the first half of the 1941 football wason. Millikin. leader of thr Illinois college conference race. North Cen-' no Ira! and Bradley arc undefeated and Forest arc unbeaten but tied once each. All but Millikin face severe tests To take up some slack for McKay, j who could not get permission to ' leave his work in Canada, the Hawks j this weekend. . The- Decatur eleven ! nftvp brought up Fido Purpur. light- i apparently has a soft touch in Eastern Illinois Teachers, who have lost four straight games. North Central j Eleven Teams Still Undefeated, Untied In Major Football Bv Haroicl CUa.v-en weight star of St. Louis Fliers of the , American association. While not a I Tom Kur.ma. Michigan back, to halted in mid-air by Minnesota's Bruce Smith after making first down defense man. he's fast and Hawk plays at Lake Forest and Bradley 'Officials hope his wing play will off- plays at. North Dakota university sel t Western Teachers play at St*te Kflv - extent the loss of Mc- in first quarter of Big Ten's headllner. Smith's 43-yard pass in next quarter netted the Gophers their 7 to 0 victory over Michigan. Normal and Northern at Southern Teachers In the two games likely to Thompson still has four experienced men for his defense posl- dctermlne the outcome of the I1H-! U °» S - Tnev Brp Eftrl Sclbcrl. the nois Intercollegiate loop title race, i speedy bruiser who can score con- Last week Millikin gave wesle.v*n' sLM * ntI - v . Art Wiebe. Joe Cooper and a sound beating 27 to 0 and Brad- Jonn Mariucci. the former University ley shellacked New Mexico Aggies. '26 to 0. North Central whipped Augustana, 9 to 6, and Lake Forest of Minnesota ace. In addition, these players who were with the club last season are a game and have held the opposition to 10 p«r contest. Green Bay also had an easy time yesterday, whipping Detroit, 24 to 7, with HuUon in another field day. The speedy end scored two touchdowns and kicked three points after. setting a new all-time league record of 51 touchdowns for hU six and a outscored Albion (Mich), 26 to 7.i back: Goalie Sam Lo Prcsti; Cen- Western lashed Eastern Teachers, :ters Max Bentley. Cully Dahlstrom. 25 to 0. and Northen swamped Osh- Bl11 Carsc and Biu Thorns; Right developing with each game played sh March and Phil Herge- | Oregon to a 7 to 7 tie In a Rock nd Left Wings Doug Bent- j River Valley conference game, which loss, 18 to 0. Shurtleft also previ.il*>'. *° b Car&e and George Allen, was also homecoming at Amboy, straight over a stubborn Pittsburgh eleven, 34 to 7. The Steelers limited the champions to a touchdown a period except In the second quarter. George McAfee reeled off one 33-yard run from scrimmage for the offensive highlight of the onslaught. The Bears have averaged 42 points! ^ osn ~ <wisTTeachers"33™t<TVState Wl"* 3 Mush March and Phil Merge- | Oregon to a 7 to 7 tie In a Rock) -~ -"" "• Normal handed sWhe^ it* first !*^^^^ Of 18 Gjflfr GBITieS f OF Oregon Held to 7 to 7 Tie Last Saturday at Amboy Homecoming Amboy high, a team that has been Atlanta sports reporter now in the I army, was assigned to Camp Wheel-1 er. Ga., he was given a card to bei mailed to his nearest relative . . .' Morris simply addre.sscd it to "The Atlanta Journal snorts department" j . . . . We have heard of guya who] were married to their jobs, but that's j the first time It's ever been proved Announce Schedule , . . ously undefeated, bowed to Ottawa (Those men played the kind of fast. Saturday. (Kans.). 6 to 0. In other games Monmouth tied aggressive hockey that made Chicago j Pruln, Oregon right halfback, late one of the league's "gold mines" last j in the first quarter intercepted au half years in pro competition. The! tied, 13 to 13; Culver-Stockton'de- Chicago Cardinals started too latcifcated Carthage. 13 to 0, and Kem- to catch the Philadelphia Eagles, [ per defeated Principla, 18 to 7. losing by 31-14. The Cards scored 14 j Tills weekend's schedule also In- points in the last quarter and missed i eludes Toledo (O.) at Wesleyan, the third touchdown by only five Michigan Tech at Shurtleff, Carth- Rlpon. 7-7; Beloit defeated Knox vcar - when 2 MJ15 customers gave)Amboy pass on the letter's 40-yard 12 to 0; Eureka beat McKendree. 13{Chicago second place, behind Tor-j line and raced to the Amboy 17-yard to 0; Elmhurst defeated Concordla, 27 to 7; Illinois college and Wheaton onto. In the attendance list. line before he was downed. Easier, yards. The Eagles scored twice in the second period and once In the third age at Eureka, Wheaton at Elmhurst. McKendree at Principla. Au- although the Cards outgained them (gustana at Monmouth. Cornell at In paulng and rushing. Golesburg Boy Sets Rtcord in Invitational Cross Country Run Carl Puckett of Galesburg liigh act a new meet record In the third annual Woodruff high school Invitational cross-country run held Saturday afternoon from the Woodruf gym. The run was held through Glen Oak park over a course 2.: mile* in length. Puckett covered the distanc* ln*ll minutes 48.6 seconds. Sterling did not have a complete team, but John Hunsberger finished 41st and Art Wildman finished 47th for their best time of the John Scheineman was 61st and Taylor was unable to finish Paris won the meet with a score ol 96 points. Galesburg was second with 09. Woodruff 87. Kewanee.102 Fekin 110, -Drbana 117. and Kankakee 172. The former record of. 12 minute* 7 seconds was set two years ago by Clawson of Danville. Bruce Brenneman of Urbana finished second in the meet with Max Norman of Parti third. SPORT NOTES The iun rue* Tuesday at 6:23 a. m. and act* at 5:04 p. m. "All" that Coach Ted Scheld's Golden Warriors have to do is to defeat De Kalb on the latter'* field n*xt Friday night and win the North Central Illinois conference title. Against 'a team that hasn't been tied or defeated this season that's a mighty big assignment. Howevsr, the boys will do their best. If they can come home with no worse than • tie score it will mean sharing the title with De Kalb. Tying De Kalb Is also a man-sized job but at least can * bo attempted. Managers of independent basketball toamc art aaked to get in touch with "Heck" in regard to the league for Uw approaching season. Standings in the North Central Illinois conference are as follow*: Vanity W. L. Pet. •telling 3 0 1.000 Hi Kalb 3 0 1.000 DUon 1 3 .333 Princeton 1 2 .333 Mendota o 4 ,000 •roadway meets the Rock Falls Lutheran* at 0:46 in the Y-Church fcnrhng Tftigue tonight* Science Wdg* m»eti th« Rock falls Congas Knox and Culver-Stockton at Illinois college. The standings: Illinois Intercollegiate Conference W. L. T. Pts. Opp. Northern Tchrs. 1. 0 Western Tchrs. 1 o State Normal 2 1 Southern Tchrs. 0 1 Eastern Tchrs 0 2 Eureka 0 0 6 31 45 6 6 0 12 24 52 0 IllinoU College Conference . W..L. TYPt«.Opp. Millikin 'v 4 0 0 118 7 North Central 2 0 0 22 6 Lake Forest 1 0 0 21 0 Knox 1 1 0 14 45. Augustana 1 2 0 19 23 Monmouth 010 0 13 Illinois Wesleyan 0100 Illinois'College 0 2 1 20 59 Wheaton 0 2 1 13 47 Bradley 0000 0 Plans now call for Purpur to left halfback, made seven yards to t*am with Allen and Bill Carse, the Amboy 10-yard line as the with Thorns working with Hergeshel- quarter ended. On the first play of mer and Bob Carse. , the second quarter Weyrauch. Ore- The Hawks this season will have a gon fullback, plunged eight yards mutual Immediate recall arrange- and went over on the next play for ment with their Kansas City farm, i the score. He also plunged for the and several player shifts are likely, extra, point. The teams are scheduled to play exhibitions Nov. 1 at Champaign and In Chicago the following night. Football Technique Today; Forward Passes By Sammy Baugh (Washington All-League Back) Any football player can throw a football, but to forward pass correctly and accurately is another thing. You might say that "how to Oregon got away a bad punt in the third period and it went out of bounds on their own 22 yard line. This sparked Amboy to reneweol^f- forts. Portney. a freshman substitute halfback, passed to Stouffer for a touchdown. Ditsch, Amboy fullback, plunged through the center of the Oregon line for the tying point. Amboy was able to successfully keep Oregon away from the Amboy goal line during the remaining minutes of play. It was a gala occasion for the home team and the homecoming crowd was well pleased with the result. 27 | forward pass" means actually "how to improve forward, passing." Most important is the movement of taking the ball from center and Wamn Walder, Dixon freshman Thirty-One College Teams Undefeated, Untied as Yet In Gridiron Competition NEW YORK — (AP) — Thirty- one colleges, large and small but all great on the football field, have elevens without a defeat or a tie as the gridiron season makes the turn into November: W Pte.Opp. Pennsylvania 125 19 Fordham 98 38 Army . 79 33 Thiel • 06 0 West Michigan 83 12 Minnesota 94 12 North Cent.. (111.) 78 6 Arkansas Tech 97 0 Miami 98 6 Bradley Tech 105 12 Case •- ..88 31 Wittenberg 61 0 Duquesne 5 111 23 Temple 5 131 43 Trinity B 103 37 St. Francis 5 116 66 Millikin s 139 7 Vanderbllt S 144 39 Texas A and M 5 206 7 Texas •> 196 27 Notre Dame 5 142 27 Texas Tech 5 125 6 Duke 5 16« 35 Rose Poly 5 140 35 Ohio Wesleyan 5 126 27 Pacific Lutheran 5 132 19 St. Thomas 6 136 19 Kearney, Neb., Teachers 6 163 7 Black Hills Teachers • 6 124 12 West Texas-State 6 198 20 Midland 6 106 24 Four Tied for Lead In Billiards Tourney PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — The ,.,.,, 1M1 world's pocket billiards tourney getting as quickly as possible, right' resumes today with defending cham- or left, to the spot where your pro-j pion Willie Mosconl. Ralph Green- tectlon—the blockers—is supposed i leaf. Jimmy Caras and Irving Crane to form. Get there quickly and get | in a four-way deadlock for first set, holding the ball chest high, and: place. balancing yourself so as to be able j Mosconl Is paired against Onofric to move in any direction as soon as, Laurl In an afternoon match while you're set—and be sure not to spread Greenleaf takes on Joe Procita and the feet—look over your field for! Crane tackles George Kelly in two your receivers. ' ; evening matches. When you've picked your receiver, j Erwin Rudolph missed an opnor- theMhrowing act should Include a' tunity to create a five-way tie for step off -the right foot, left foot, tn e top when he lost to Babe Cran- pointed toward the objective. Of course if the passer is left-handed this should be reversed. If the receiver is to take a short! pass, about six or seven yards, be-i yond the line of scrimmage, let! him have the ball as fast as possible after he makes his feint and' break-away from the defensive mani covering him. This should always! be a bullet pass, as the faster the ball travels the less chance the defender has of recovering himself and Intercepting the ball, or of covering the receiver w that he can not make the catch. On long passes where the receiver It trying- to race behind the half- Hack or safety man. the pass.should a lob. or a looping pass, so that the receiver can run under the ball for the catch. All flat lone passes .should be of he bullet variety, thrown so fast hat the defensive man can not get up quick enough to intercept and to afford the receiver the chance of field Saturday night. Roundup of Sports not only making the catch but also of dodging the defender. As to gripping the ball; this should By Hugh Fullerton. Jr. NEW YORK — (SPECIAL)) — Princeton This Year Principal O. V. Shaffer of Princeton high school announced a schedule of 18 basketball games during the 1941-21 season. James Lucas Is the new coach. In addition to eight North Central Illinois conference home-and-homc games Princeton will meet Hall, De Pue. Walnut. Sheffield. Wyanet, Rochelle. Oene- seo and Kewanee in non-conference contests. The team will also compete in t^ie Bureau county tournament beginning Jan. IB. The schedule: Nov. 28—Princeton at Wyanet. Dec. 5— Rochelle at Princeton. Dec. 9—Sheffield at Princeton. Dec. 12—Princeton at Geneseo. Dec. 16—Princeton at DePue. Dec. 19—Sterling at Princeton. Dec. 26—Kewanee at Princeton. Jan. 2—Princeton at Mendota. Jan. 6—Princeton at Hall. Jan. 9—De Kalb at Princeton. . Jan, 16—Princeton at Dixon. Jan. 19-24—Bureau county tourney at Wyanet. Jan. 30—Princeton at Sterling. Febl 3—Hall at Princeton. Feb. 6—Mendota at Princeton. Feb. 10—Princeton at De Kalb. Feb. 17—Princeton at Walnut. Feb. 20—Dixon at Princeton. Feb. 27—Geneseo at Princeton. College Football Notre Dame 49, Illinois 14. Minnesota 7, Michigan 0. Northwestern 14, Ohio State 7. Michigan State 39. Wayne 0. Wisconsin 27, Indiana 2^ Purdue 7, Iowa 6. Missouri 6, Nebraska 0. Crelghton 12, Drake 7. Kansas 13, Iowa State 0. Grlnnell 8, Cornell <Ia.) 0. Oklahoma 16, Santa Clara 6. Duquesne 31, Marquette 14 (night). Lake Forest 26. Albion 7. Lawrence 14, Coe 0. Monmouth 7. Rlpon 7. Eureka 13, McKendree 0. Western Illinois Teachers 25, Eastern Illinois Teachers 0. Mllllkin 27. Illinois Wesleyan 0. It's Still Too Early To Compare Alsab With Man o' War By Sid Fedcr defeat- by MirhiE*r> to whip Ohio State. 14 to 7. The B'lrkrycs drfrst and Michisznn's 1cm ]rft the midwest ! with on!;,' two ma'or uiib«-atrn oam*. {Minne^o'o prci N^'tr I)r*m^ Pat Hardr:. \Vnc-niiMn'": brilliant ^phnmo! r. put o:: another great shew m tparkuiR thr Badffrv to a I'tid 2? to ?-'> triumph over Indians. He *r ntrd (wo tcr,;c hdow ns to give him .18 pom'*. :n fmr contents, the brst TOIHIK record ::i thr eonfrrfnre. Purdue rked out a 7-fi decision oirr NEW YORK — 'AP' — Football Iowa in R hard-,'o>;Kht battle, the fan.-- t;, t N« sjuinR ihesr dimes and Hawkryrs' third straight loss, ail in box top* or pawning th'ir .summer the conference A fourth period rx- sui!.-. '.r>r ar.\ seat* at th* 1 feature plosion Ka\r No:: • Dame 28 points or, this weekends hill that In- and a 4ft to 14 victory o\rr Illinois. cltir>.« Arrrv vs Notre Dame.'Navy Uippy EMID-- srorrd three touch- vs Per.r. and Northwestern vs Mm- downs and Steve Juzwik two in the nrsota. j weird (jamr which atznin featured Of -r,^P .six team.-. Only Norlh- !nr smooth jwnie of Sophomore western ha.<. been beaten "altho-.ieh Angelo Bfrtclll. Irish star, N«-. y «as tied Saturday by a harrt- chare:nR Harvard machine. 0 to 0. weekend'.* prolific firing brought the country's elevens to the Minnesota November mark with only 11 major Mlchiaan unbeaten, untied aggregations and Northwestern three others tied once or more, Wisconsin though undefeated. Geograpnically they are split thU way: Pacific- coast: None. Midwest: Minnesota. Notre Dame Rocky Mountains: Utah (tied twice' Southwest: Texa* and Texas A. & M. South: Vanderbilt, Duke, MiMis- xippi Slate itied>. East: Army. Fordham. Navy (tied), Pennsylvania. Temple. Duquesne. All Face Tough Foe* This Week None has a soft touch this weekend and any one of them may be trict The stan ,Ohlo State Illinois Indiana Iowa W. 2 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 L 0 1 T. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pts Opp, 41 20 62 64 23 21 6 25 6 6 14 35 65 28 33 34 27 30 Lewis Rejects Plea To Halt (Continued from page one) four recommended yeffterdaf listed among the also-rans Satur- that Lewis call out the 400.000 workday night as are Santa Clara. Villa- ers in other soft coal mines if R set- nova. Michigan. Ohio State. Detroit tlement in the captive mine dispute and Rutgers for. the first time today, were not forthcoming quickly. There ( Army marched through Colum- was no comment by Lewis on thic bia. 13 to 0. and now must confront development, either. f "Hfu!?*? 1 ?- i', kew i:? unb ?" /u ' n - Over i Steel Shutdowns Threatened in Philadelphia. Navy defends an ...... ,,, , , ., . . .. uncrossed goal line against a Penn! UMW officiate estimated that th* team that has whipped four straight stee ' companies had only a week* foes Duquesne a 31 to 14 victor co * 1 ""PP'V on hand - Company of-{ over Marquette to stay In the un- ] '^tate said they had two to four beaten group, takes on Vlllanova, weeks' supply, but there was general NEW YORK — (AP) — Every'upset by Manhattan while Boston agreement that a protracted stria* couple : .of years along aboutthis sea-! coUcKe entertains Temple, another. would halt steel production. ..«u* * L,-* 1_K«.«. .__ *l_ ^m*^*M • _^.*<U^ Ah*H W " * »^ ' _ I _ , I . * • ffm,~ ' " j" i , , son. the boys gathered around the cracker barrel for a meeting of the "He's as great as Man o 1 War" cheer- unbeaten eleven, at Boston In rejecting the President's origin- Another fray finds PWdham's \m- 1 »1 request to defer the walkout. Lew- blemished record at stake in a meet-1 i* said that 40 days of hearings by' had Ing and chowder society. | lng wlth pu^e. Tn e R^ns dipped | the defense mediation board And just as sure as they're con- j Texas Christian Saturday. 28 to 14. .proved futile and added: vinced each time that they really I after being held even In the first "The attitude of the board toward have something, the object of their half, affections turns out to be a gee-gee' who couldn't' carry Big Red's oat bucket. N. r. Invadea Minnesota this problem has been casual and lackadaisical to the point of indif- Minnesota, with Capt. Bruce Smith! '*"?*"•" , and a horde of others bruised in I The board's report to President Two years ago it was Bimelech. the 7 ^ 0 win over Michigan, hopes j Roosevelt that it had been unable to . i* t_* t ^n *••**» • w w wjtiU uf»-t •••iiiMmiiii ****a*^-** 1 — — — —-^-«-•». «w and a couple of years before that El ^ ^ ln sntDe ig^n j or the visit I bring about an agreement, he said, Chico was the fair-haired boy. Now |of Nonhwtstemi in the third chap-;was "devoid of conclusions as to we come to Alsab. and, without tak-; t er o f i ....... ing a thing; away from the biggest j j-^ bargain to hit the turf since the fel- southern conference foes remaining own sorry mass Into the already( low picked up a lost mutuel ticket after this WMk has iu ^^^^ n , overburdened lap of the chief cue* on a hundred-w-one shot, It might i m . lnlng hurdle ta 0^^ Tech . M utive." be pointed out that AlSabaths sen-- to M wlnner Ten title mystery. | merit, evasive as to the responsibili- with only three second- ties of the board" and "dumps t£§ sation lias quite a country piece of galloping to go before he can make the big fellow move over at the head of the parade.' Which brings you right to the chief reason the old-timers smile whenever a two-year old is put on bat- Vanderbllt will be tested thoroughly by Tulane, spilled by Mississippi. 20 to 13. but still a southern powerhouse. aCistUsippl State plays Southwestern. Texas, clicking on all eleven in its 40 to 0 rout of Rice, barges into the pedestal. This to that no «.*- g^g^ Methodist, and Tests A. burner, no matter how good he Is as a youngster, get* into Big Red's league until he grows up and gow] to work as a threeryear old. One look at Man o' War's gaudy galloping in his second racing sea- 1 son shows yoi .exactly •why he* the and M. collides with Arkansas after Big Baylor, 4* to 0. Colorado, unbeaten in the and Utah.' the ever-; highlight the program. w hdd to « r. w , ^ „, who wants to be "the second Man o' War" will have to pack up to 138 pounds as a three-year-old; willi have to win by anything from one to 100 lengths, and will have to tote his load to new American records for distances from a mile and an eighth to a mile and five eighths. That's how Big 7 Red did it. Up to no*T Alsab looks like he might have t^r'makings. The colt which cost Sabath. the Chicago Big Ten Grid Notes CHICAGO—(AP)—The Big Ten football race has four more Saturdays to run, but the championship should be lawyer. $700 at the Saratoga yearl- (weekend ing sales last year, has won more than $100,000 and is putting on weight and growing up despite a virtually settled this Minneapolis. A sellout crowd of 65,000 is assured for the mighty collision between undefeated Minnesota and rebounding North- stiff fall campaign. However, you j western. The winner of this game can't laugh off the fact that he has will be a heavy favorite to run out After sun-eying the week's football f Illinois college 13; Wheaton 13. results, there seems to be a question Northern Illinois Teachers 38, of whether Army's Earl Blaik or.Oshkosh «. Harvard's Dick Harlow should get 1 NorUv-CenUaL-OlL) fi» Augjistan* Uie nomination for the coach of the' 0. year award for what they's done : Illinois State Normal 18, South- with teams that weren't drawing em <I1U Teachers 0. anything but laughs when the season started Maybe it would be safer to see what happens next before we decide ... The hospital! where Abe Simon bad his operation! had to get a special bed big fnough for him One local wag claimed ' it wasn't Abe's appendix the doctor removed but Lem Franklin's boxing glove. Normal. Previously known as Spearfiah ftt Cornell college, suffered a broken i Sterling and Dixon Tropshoot Match Is Postponed Due to Rain Rain washed Out the 'scheduled trap shoot meet between Sterling Braw King Dept. _ _ Sports Editor Pat Moulton of the ruled" by" how the ball feeisln I Moolle (Ala ' Press picked U) AUu! •our hand, I recommend the ball be bama w beftl G* 01 ^^. <2) Jim Nel- held firmly but not too tightly. Keep Feet <• Ground In my estimation the most efficient passing is done when the passer has both feet on the ground. When you want to hit a tree with a rock: you don't jump into the air to do when son to be the Tide's spearhead, and i3> the score to be 27-14. Now If' he'll only tell us how many hot dogs i . „_ College golfers had better watch Docohue, /.rmy 13, Columbia 0. Boston college 14, Georgetown 6. Cornell 21. Colgate 2. Pordliam 28, Texas Christian 14. Navy O, Harvard 0. Holy Cross 13, New York univer- Jty 0. Dartmouth 7, Yale 0. Syracuse 48 Rutgers 7. Pennsylvania 55, Maryland 6. Duke 27, Pittsburgh 7. Alabama 27, Georgia 14. Georgia Tech 2g. Auburn 14. Kentucky 18. West Virginia 6. Mississippi State 56, Union 7. Mississippi 20, Tulane 13. Tennessee 21, Cincinnati 6. Vanderbllt 46, Princeton 7. Wake Forest 13, North Carolina 0. Virginia Military 25, Richmond 7. Texas A <fc M 48, Baylor 0. Texas 40, Rice 0. been beaten seven times. So, to say "right now that he's any more than a high-class prospect for next year's wars i£ like tabbing Joe DlMaggiQ'« new-born son as a cinch to grab the string satisfactorily and take the Western conference title. After next Saturday, both teams have two league engagements, the the American league batting chaw- Gophers agtinst Iowa and Wiscon- pionship in 1951. And .even proud Papa Joe won't go that far yet. Saturday's Grid Stars (By The Associated Presj) sin. and the Wildcats with Indiana ! utive." He blamed Sidney Hillman,, associate chief of defense production and leader of the CIO Amalgamated Clothing Workers union, for -the fantastic procedure which has been' followed." He asserted Hillman had used hfe "great powers to intimidate governmental agencies to a point where they deprive legitimate organization! of labor of the right of a judicial de-/ termination of their grievances under the law." The mines involved are in Pennsylvania. West Virginia, Kentucky. Illinois and Alabama. Under th* union shop demanded by the U. ML W. all miners employed In them I would be required to join the union. Shipyard Men Strike Meanwhile another strike on the defense front broke out at the Rob- Ins Drydock. and Repair company in Brooklyn, where CIO's Industrial) Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America voted a walkout by 6,000 of its members. The company has defense contracts and also has been repairing damaged British merchant ship*. At least 14 vessels were awaiting repairs. The union said- the strikt vote followed the collapse of negotiations for * new contract,... At l»sue was a union demand for a wag* increase. At Birmingham, practically att oi Alabama's 13,000 miners in commercial coal mines went back to work after a strike which ended miners getting wage increase* and Illinois. Victory In all three j of 25 cents a day, to 15.75, and other games would give the Wildcats five adjustments. The state's some 1.00* wins and one defeat In the circuit, miners in captive mines, however.! If Minnesota loses to the Wildcats wer * ldl « ln tne nationwide strio and goes on to win 1U last two en- BruceSinllhT 'Minnesota:r half-"; counters. lt» record would be four back—SUpped Minnesota's gridiron triumph* and one loss. Michigan machine into action with a 69-yard also has only one setback, but like punt, then flipped a 47-yard paa*,the Gophers the Wolverine* have for Gophers' only touchdown in 7 to 0 triumph over Michigan. Jack Jacobs, Oklahoma halfback- Completed three consecutive forward passes with a soggy ball to score first Sooner touchdown in 16 to 6 upset over Santa CUira. Bernle LJpkis, Louisiana State only five conference engagements scheduled. Minnesota took a long step toward its second straight perfect season with a 7-0 decision over Michigan Saturday. The conference slate Saturday also piu Michigan ag*inst Illinois by captive miners. center—Ran back intercepted pass at Champaign and Indiana tgauut 25 yards to Florida's seven, then Iowa at Iowa City. Ohio State plays when line plays failed he kicked at Pittsburgh; Purdue at Fordhajn in footfall I advise that they do bl (7. Wyoming 0. Colorado State 7, Utah State 6. Montana 23, Montana State 13. California 14, Southern Califor,i»0. Stanford 13, Washington 7. U. C. L. A. 14. Oregon 7. Washington Stat* 7, Oregon by ,/».«*. mwucvc, oiuirjtru • oroken i ~i ~r —— — »i-/wwir.«. «» u .. want . ^ ** I the DartmiwUi coaching Job before in tb* ^eo^nell-Grinneli fresh- I * nd Dlxo ° at Scneler* farm south K 0 * 1 »»*«» ««* *houU develop ac- U^., had quU ^ ne - 6 ^ llkely ^ •t Mount Vernon Satur- i ot Rock FaJl ^ Sunday morning, j curacy with short passes, which help 1 forget it when he tends his Army i State 0. «toj: It vac hie first apoearance in!™* new date ha * not be * n *«• j «Jf-wrUt action. Long rang t passing ' boy c against Frank's Noue JOamers ld«ho r** *..*•» «•--««» appearance ui, mtely declded upon but tne 8hoot jwill come with Ume and physical: Saturday. Nevada 7, Santa Barbara State 0. ! will be held in about three weeks., growth and strength. j of I ~Ihe'np9x6xrteapT arrival far~ctaata§—Jr-want—to wnphastoe ~ ~-•---- T»*«y^ Gwwt *t«r onditiotu became eo un- j the fact that a successful passer p au i Q Took Y DenjLson tTtiJ a Grinndl «il»ver i I" ~* v that l£ Wfts thought b*st;n»»t know the characteristic* of his Herald: "With all "t*wns on i£e OMAHA—+AP>—The we«t central Of th* left £*£' . i 0 ' * -^ *****' Dtxon claim* j receivers. He aunt study the way west coast defeated, they're plan--sUi|^ regional conference of Jewish UM knot. Walder was ruthtd to Upid* (Mwpital «u*r« h* U to iw rostinf coxnlortably. TWO to have a much stronger team thanltney run, how they feint and turn ning to adopt 'All quiet on the w«t- i Pederatl«w and Welfare funds yei the one which. Sterling defeated ~"— * "~~ -»--—-'--- • ^ . *• . ^ **, r~ < •. . . severai weeks ago. Only a ftw faced the traps SwicJay before the hard rain put a cunplei* end to the away from th* defensive players, era front 1 as the theme for the lW2 ! t«rd»y named Morris E. Jacoto, and how they can judge the speed Rote Bowl." of the ball in flight. Hut: Quartcrbaciuuf i Omaha, its president: Clarence Ull— man. PeorU, 111., firsl vice president, La«{ Uufh ]«nd ^°^^ Meyers. Kauuu City, MC- When MorrU McLewwe, former ocd vice last-minute field goal for 10 to 1 verdict over 'Gators. Frank Albert, Stanford quarter- and Syracuse at Wisconsin. Notre Dame, undefeated and untied in five gtme*, meets Amy in New York. back—His daring- generalship and a Northwestern bounced back from itt volved in Illlnoi* elf;-zagging run of 47 yards helped bring Stanford a 13 to 7 victory over Washington and the Pacific Coast conference lead. Billy Hillenbrand, Indiana halfback—Sparked his mates with three touchdown passes and scampered U yard* for fourth in Indiana'! If to 25 loss to Wisconsin. Jack Craine, Texas halfback- Caught off guard by a quick kick, he hurried back, picked up the ball and raced 10 yard* for touchdown In Longhoro's 40 to 0 trimming of Rice. Angela Bertelli, Notre Dame halfback—Completed 11 of 31 p*ue* for 171 yards against Illinois. Three tosses were touchdown strikes a« Irish won fifth straight game, 40 to ILLINOIE MINE INVOLVED DANVILLE, ILL.~<AP,—The l 100 local miners ordered to strike i by John L. Lewis went back to tho captive Bunsenvllle mine just long enough to collect their pay today. Except for a maintenance crew provided by the United Mine Workers of America, there was no activity outside the pay office of the mint operated by the United States Coal and Coke company, a subsidiary of the U. B. Steel corporation. The national, walkout in captive mines was effective Saturday midnight, but' toda> was the regular pay day here. No other mine was in. LAWflBB IB aJIOwta.

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