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Page Two '(Section Two) 1 O 'Arizona Republic, Phoenix, TKurstfay Morning, February 20, l94f LANDIS AWARDS VITT $2,500 SALARY CLAIM AGAINST TUBE Speaking- of SPORTS nrjVO OLD SI0EKICKS will be sitting on opposite sides of the grid- in ihe s '*' iron when Frank Leahy makes his debut as Notre Dame football optimist ' coach in the season opener with Arizona's Wildcats next September . . . opposite Leahy will be Mike Casteel, Arizona's coach . . . and when Jimmy Crowley was head coach at they are old pals Michigan State, Leahy and Casteel were assistant coaches Don Budge on the Phoenix Country Club courts March 16 ... in a recent match at Milwaukee she missed an easy kill at the net and then showed her disgust by drop- kicking the ball high into the rafters . . . and then after two successive serves by Miss Hardwicke had died abruptly in the fore-| court, Miss Marble stalked off the court. * » » A FEW SECONDS later, the loud-speaker announced, "Time out while the court is made playable!" . . . the crowd buzzed a bit— and then began to laugh, thinking that Miss Marble was showing a bit of temperament because the serves from her opponent's racket had made her look bad . . . she sensed this quickly ... she walked back to the court and raised her hand to a ball boy ... he tossed her a ball . . . she held it head high and let it drop ... it gave a feeble bounce and lay still . . . she picked it up and let it drop again .. . once more it hopped like a half-frozen cricket... the crowd got the idea and belonged to Miss Marble from that moment on. when Sleepy Jim went to Fordham, Leahy went with him and then two years ago became head coach at Boston College . . . Leahy invited Mike to attend the Sugar Bowl game New Year's Day when his Eagles upset Tennessee, but Mike couldn't make it—he wanted to see what those Tempe Bulldogs did in the Sun Bowl . . . you know Casteel's forces have that grid date with the Bulldogs in Tempe next October . . . but Mike and Frank finally will meet again, and it should be a happy meeting no matter the outcome of the game. * * * T7OE A QUARTER of a century. Big Bill Tilden has been tennis' r greatest actor ... but now a rival has arisen—and a girl at that . . . the up-and-coming Thespian [ = is Alice Marble, who will appear |^_ _, withjvlary Hardwicke, Tilden and y gfjjpg J« Five Routs Bears, 64-40 >ALPH MORAN, Jerome lad who "plays forward for the Tempe Bullpups, netted 14 field goals to lead the frosh club to a 64-to-40 victory over the Phoenix Junior College cagers on the Bruin floor last night. It was the Bears' third loss of the year to the Bullpups, who are undefeated in their own class and own a victory over the Tempe varsity. Coach fieorge (Dutch) Hoy's boys started out well, flashing a smooth floor game to work in for close shots with Floyd \Veed, center, spearheading the attack. The Bruins rarely missed an open shot and went into a short lead which they held for the first 10 minutes of play. The Bullpups were missing their shots, while Paul Campbell, Phoenix guard, was doing a land-office business at pass interception. Ross Scares Amateur Foe Into Defeat »"pHE spirit of Johnny Paychek •*• shuddered in a corner and Ellis Ross, the rawhide-tough cowhand, won a hollow victory in his first welterweight outing last night B UD SPILSBUKY, the Bis- bce buckaroo who lassoed top money in the World's Championship Rodeo here a lew days ago, isn't the only member of his family inclined to more or less violent exercise ... his brother Jack whoops it up on the basketball team at Arizona State Teachers College at Flagstaff, Charles Modesette, Bisbee scribe, reports, and another Spilsbury, Max, is playing on the Bisbee High School cage squad. » » * ,T COGGINS, Encanto Park links professor, is fully aware that duck season is past but unless some of our feathered .friends don't cease their grazing on the Encanto greens, there's going to be a duck dinner in the Encanto clubhouse . . . the park ducks and .geese have been gobbling up grass scheduled headliner of the Club's simon-pure program of swat and swing at Legion Arena. Ross' alleged opponent was Elbert Coole, a 145-pound youth who mustered up enough courage to crawl into the ring, but who decided discretion has more merit than valor when the former state lightweight king advanced upon him. Agile Ellis moved toward his crestfallen rival at the sound of the bell, but Coole refused to leave his corner, despite tho urgings of a squad of handlers. Ross sparred with him. a moment and then hacked away, puzzled by the other's display of pacifism. Referee Ray Howrll, upon inquiry, found that Coole wasn't mad at anybody and awarded Ross a technical knockout. Coole was a substitute for Allen Canlor, who canceled his match with Ross after contemplating the cowboy's fearsome reputation. There was plenty of action in the rest of the card, however, and a brace of simon-pure belters wil awake this morning just a bit the worse for wear. And they'll fee the extra twinge that accompanies vast damage to ring prestige. The two luckless pugilists are Benny Guerra of Tempe and Tec Dennis of Phoenix, who lost by technical knockouts. The Tempe fighter was jarred loose from his state lightweight diadem by Percy Moore's whirlwind attack, losing by a technical knockout late in the third round after a whooping left cut his right eye, Dennis, after holding a heavy edge for two rounds, found T. G. Connor's large right hand a formidable instrument and gave up whatever claim he thought he had lo the heavyweight crown early in the third. Moore took command of his »\ r\ r^ r* r\ /\ ^ n New Mexico Aggies Hit Stride To Rout Tempe Bulldogs, 61-26 • _ ^^ y^t-mTT^'iTT'C* XT ~^lf TftVi 1Q Coyotes Devise New Attack For Clash With Mesa Quint p|OACH Vcrnon Tuckey yesterday spent a lengthy practice session In revising the whole scheme of attack of the Phoenix Coyote cagers, hoping to devise a system for defeating the Mesa Jackrabbits here tomorrow night. Ignites Irish In the second Quarter Fentonjmatch at the opening bell, and ir i boring in like a buzzsaw, belted the Overson, guard, and Moran began to find the range. Moran scoring six baskets the first half and Overson five. The Hoymen found themselves unable to match that pace and slowly lost ground, trailing, 27 to 21, at the intermission. Eugene -Norwood and Weed got together to lead a brief Phoenix rally as the second half opened, but Moran and Overson then took over and rapidly made the game a rout. Their phenomenal accuracy had the Bruins demoralized in the later stages. Overson gave Moran a battle for scoring honors, coming up from guard to bag 20 points. Weed, who was the only Bruin who could hit, scored 19 points. TEMPE FROSH Moran.f Olea.f Balientine.f La Tourette.f Allen.c Levi.g Overson.g Jones.g 101 1 Ray.g 220 4 PF FG 2 11 1 1 1 0 () 0 2 4 2 0 1 9 1 0 2 2 FT Total 0 2^ 0 2 0 0 g l) 20 TOTALS PHOENIX J. C. Norwood.1 Abounader.t Howard,! Kand.c Weed.c Hardwirke.E Pickrell.c Campbell, E TOTALS 12 30 PF FG 1 3 0 1 1 1 4 64 FT Total 0 6 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 1 0 4 19 n 7 0 9 IS Half score: Tempe 27, Phoenix 21. 40 Officials: Stcverson. , . Lawrence Walker, Xorris Bowling PLA-MOK AKCAUK rvWL TAVERN stopped the leaguc-lead- ^ ing Valley Bank quintet last niqht seed on the greens. Milt says, and! 1 " the Pla-Mor City League. The Owl they're not content with keepingjI^VsT -'" ? -•• • rc ^" !wlpt the repast to themselves—they've Invited their country cousins . . . Milt said a covey of wild widgeon was pecking away at one of the greens the other day . . . perhaps B .20 gauge shotgun will become Etandnrd equipment at the course In the next few weeks. MINOR course TROUBLES at aren't limited to the the feasting fowls, Milt declares ... of late, small boys have been leaping from ambush along the fairways and making off with golfers' tee shots and then speeding away on bicycles . . . some bright youngster may turn up with a brassie wrapped around his neck if the pilfering of pills continues. * » » M/TTH DICK JEROME, the onr>-man madhouse, expected to be sold the Bisbee Bees of the Arizona-Texas League are busily scouring up new mound talent... Manager Carl Dittmar has already signed a couple, both picked up at the baseball school conducted by the Los Angeles Angels . . . they arc Allan J. Doe, a wand- Ish young man measuring six fep.t, two inches and weighing 165 pounds . . . the other is Eddie Hayes, an inch shorter and 20 pounds heavier ... both are right-handers. * * » •THERE'S A NEW individual ' scoring record on the books at the University of Arizona . . . Bill Dent of Yuma, captain of the Wildcat polo team, set it and it should stand for a long time . . . two thirds of the polo season Dent has tallied 78 points old record of 65 points .._„ ..^ two years ago by Charley Mossc of Phoenix . . . Dent's record to date was set in 21 games and tho usual university season is 24 to 30 games . . .Jimmy Taylor of Al- buquorqur, N. M., whose high in previous seasons has been 47 pointc already has reached that number . . . so far this season, tho Cat raiders have scored 177 points to the opposition's 117. ' 10 * » * J7ABISS HARDIN, who- snake* . hipped it for the University of Arizona grid squad a couple of years ago, probably won't bi with the Bisbee Bees this season 5- r 2i'L!lA second lieutenant 'in! - — . 'ictury, L pton Hildebrand paced the vinners with 521, while Loren Stevenson topped the Bankers with 553. The Boston store rapped three TKiintK from the American Radiator anil Standard. 2,534 lo 3.477. Klan Burke led the. winners with S69. Kt Bmver was nigh fur the Kadlaton with 53(1. . The wiEwam. with "Red" Allen spill- mc the pins for a 612 scries, won lour points from Sam's Cigars. 2.643 to 2.405 BIN Rennet topped the Cigars with 535 Phoenix Beauty Academy took four points from Park Lane Motor Hotel " 739 to 2.4fifi. Vic Evans paced the winners S'.'.J?. -, D 5;?1 .5'' h "Hed" Wilson leading Park Lane with 554. H'ch team scries m» won by the Phoenix Beauty Academy with 2,739 BB- .M™ tt T 1 !l d '" "'* TO" • " • na(i Individual «lh The Pla-Mor Ladies League goes into iS/cLnle^^ah^le Pwry T-. 13 of two points. 3 4™ ons. ,, A ™our and Company won the lint. st n 1 SS D1 T iWp °. f tt» Bis Six LtaSic st nicht. Armou'-'a won four tlraiEht SiV™,™,?- J ' i3ayless -Markets No. 2 i,™' W- Osbom scttuig the pace for s irsfioSJf 49a A - f - **&»& Jnsu "»icc. which finished - ocbe Hotels quintet, 1,774-1 71 '' SDlit with the Top Notchm. Marie n&Sc t lSn-' JO?*-*** sweep drrson and "tiUfsV-s.'w-blffi.^™ v *.. T v. u ,iu JS eXDcCiPn PVPH hroai- «-*v «.- ' -••"'•*••-«-in-. ir»r an Jun be astride an oat-eater >££ EeS^'S^S^ Harry Costantea* line 203-2tB-:M4—612 champ all over the carpet. He peppered Guerra heavily with short rights and closed the first round with two loud rights to the Tempe fighter's head. The two exchanged blows savagely in the third round and a series of body blows had Moore wavering. But he weathered the attack and lashed out several times, one of his thrusts ripping Guerra's eye and ending the fight. Moore weighed 135, Guerra two pounds less. Connor surprised everybody, Dennis in particular, by coming from far behind in the third heat and banging the colored youth between the eyes so hard and often with a large right hand that the heretofore formidable Dennis ceased opposition. Connor belted him with the right at least a .dozen times before the groggy. Dennis decided he had enough and caved into the ropes. In other fights, Ray Brooks, 143, pounded out a close decision over Otho Baker, 144: Ruffin Brunner, 125, outpointed C. L. Steward, 125; E. L. Comptqn, 137, took a third- round technical knockout from Winfred Rogers, 138, with a series of left hooks; Dan-ell LySall, 125, decisioned Sam Phillips, 122; Jole Gastelo. 118. decisioned Dean Eliason, 118; Wilo Pagan, 117, decision- ed Smiling Kid Williams, 117; John Steward. 168, scored a knockout over Bob Price, 168, in the second round, and Pee Wee Moore, 103, decisioned Ray Moraga, 103. Red Raiders Capture Cage League Laurels The Red Raiders defeated the Sharks, 25 to 18, in a play-off for the class A second-third title in Verde Park Basketball League play last night. In other scheduled games, the Sinkers defeated University Park. 48 to 12, and Grand forfeited t" Garfield. Three class A games are slated tonight. The Sharks and Capitol will play at 7 o'clock, South Phoenix and the Red Raiders will tangle at 8 and the Chinese Lions and the Exiles will meet an hour later. While Phoenix did no better than finish third in the West Central Conference while the Jackrabbits won the title in the East Central, the Coyotes have a consistent season-long record of always doing the unexpected. However, it would take a big reversal of form for them to defeat the Rabbits, who trounced them, 42-19, at Mesa. The Coyotes yesterday spent considerable time in working against a man-for-man defense, although they expect Coach Steve Coutchie to spring a tight zone. Tuckey wound up by working on his new plan to crack a zone defense, stressing rebound work—a department in which the Coyotes have been lax. Ray Riveras, forward who leads tho fast break, again took the day off because of dental troubles, but expects to be in shape by tomorrow. Bob Patton, guard, is slowly recovering from a bout with bronchitis, but will be of no use before the state tournament, while Homer Gillespie's injured knee will keep him out for the remainder of the year. As a result, Tuckey finds himself short on reserves. George Sohek is a key man in the fast floor attack which makes Notre Dame one of the Midwest's strongest teams. A forward, he led scoring as Irish defeated New York University for 10th successive victory. Cagers Open Meet Today r\OUGLAS, Feb. 19—(AP)—Play •^ in the annual Southern Arizona, district basketball tourney wfll start here tomorrow, with four games scheduled. Games are: 4 p. m.—Tucson vs. Willcox; p. m.—Nogales \s. Bisbee: 7:30 p. m.—Benson vs. St. David; 8:30 3. m.—Tombstone vs. Douglas. ?onr games are scheduled Friday and Saturday, with the championship contest Saturriay night. The undefeated Benson quintet, one of three such teams in the state during regular season play, is favored. Tucson, always a dangerous five, is again in that position. The $110,000 Douglas High School Gym, where the tourney was first held in 1939, will again be the scene of action. This year only eight teams will take part, officials contending that in 1939 and 1940 some clubs had to play five games in three days. Forty-seven trophies have been donated by the Douglas Chamber of Commerce for winning fives and outstanding players. MESA CAGERS REST MESA, Feb. 19—The Mesa High School Jackrabbits enjoyed an easy time of it today as Coach Steve Coutchie ordered a rest for them in preparation for their clash with the Phoenix -Coyotes In Phoenix Friday night. Coach Coutchie has had his cagers bearing down in shooting drills, as the Rabbits have slipped in their sharpshooting. In the final game of the East Central Conference tourney, the Rabbits made only 10 field goals against the Ray five—a 20 per cent mark. They clicked on 50 per cent of their tries against North Phoenix and 38 per cent of their shots against the Coyotes in the game here. Coach Coutchie also has ordered a light day for the Mesa cagers Thursday as a strenuous week of competition in the tourney has left them logy. The Mesa mentor has been devoting time to the reserve group, and although the reserves do not have the speed or height they are more aggressive than the varsity. Neilson, Cummard and Tanner are the spark plugs of the group. o Bomber - Godoy Rematch Fades SANTIAGO, Chile, Feb. 19— (AP) — Arturo Godoy, Chilean heavyweight, apparently has given up the idea of going to the United States to meet Champion Joe Louis in April for the third time. Godoy said today he planned to leave tomorrow for Buenos Aires to make a Spanish-language picture and would return to Chile before going to the U. S. He said he hoped to get a bout with Louis in August, Promoter Mike Jacobs had given Godoy until March 10 to appear in this country or forfeit his April 21 bout with Louis. Matchmaker Nat Rogers said today Jacobs was negotiating with Bob Pastor as an opponent for Louis since he Jiad heard nothing from Godoy since the fight was arranged with the Chilean's manager, AI Weill, a couple of months ago. o- series paced Club to a three-point win over Purolai. 2.224-2,150. Jack Harris cashed in with 408 for Purples. Star lost three out or lour to Lodge. 2.261-2.173. as E. Brennan paced the winners with 4S9. Bob Emmeu hit 466 for Star's honors. Ray Diebold's 553 scries led Coca-Cola to a three-point triumph over Barqs in the Phoenix Beverncc League. Team totals were 2.356-2,3(17. Only four pins separated the teams in the first game, which Coca- Cola won. H. Foster came through with 466 for Barqs. 7-Uo raptured three of four points from Double Cola to the tune of 2.055-2.007. O. Shelter had high series lor the winners with 503. Jordan's 448 being tops lor Double Cola. Today's schedule: 5 p. m.. Phoenix Teachers League— Roosevelt vs. Lowell; Wilson vs. Monroe; Aihambra ve. Madison. S p. m.. Phoenix Classic League—Green Cables vs. Michencr Brothers: Myers-Lelber Company vs. A. J. Bayless Markets No. 1; -Mission Inn vs. State Tractor and Equipment Company. H p. m.. Phoenix American League— Phoenix Laundry vs. El Sombrero Mexicano Cafe; Phoenix Auto Supply No. 1 vs. Western Cotton Products; Hawkinson Speedy bcrvlce vs. O. S. Stapley Company. flOLDSFOT ALUTTS took possession of first place In ;he rmon Oil League as they rolled 730- i"- 7 J fl —2.162 in taking four points Irom Ston-Wcar with 65S-705-710—2.073. Lee was hush for "76" with 194-133-141—52S. while Morris had 491 for the losers. Minute Men rolled 744-709-68S—2.141 to take three points from Triton with B09- BJU-601—2.013. Cragg was high lor Minute Men with 462. while Elliott had 444 for Triton. Ai:me Fleet-X rolled 750-733-711— 2.184 to lake three points from Me- Houcall and Cassou and retain flret place by a throe-point margin. Martin waH hlcn for the winners with 476, while AI Adams had 447 for the losers. funks Jewels. Evans Builders. McDoug- II and Cassou, and Standard Roofing are all tied for second place. Evans Builders took three points from _ n i nk .;s with 776-856-909—2.541. against ; f)n-S.e-7PO— 2.417. L. Evans was high rnr the winners with 567, while Rosen had 515 for the losers. Standard Roofing rolled 731-758-806— 2..BD in taking four points from Central Avenue Dairy with 647-660-696—2.003. creed was high for the winners with 488, while G. Walters had 464 for the losers. l>r. Pepper won three points from Goldwater's with 684-071-716—2,071 aralnut 648-718-658—2,02!. Grlg>b; was hljth lor the winners with 480, while Saufley had 448 lor the losers. Tonight's schedule: Classic League—Bacon's Grill vs. Goldsnotters: A R. Krull vs. HemphiU Cotton; Motor Supply vs. Goldwater's. Commercial League—Upton's Ice Cream vs Elder Brau: Five Points Ice vs. ualey s Electric Motor Service: Uneeda blic and Phoenix Quintet Wins Tourney The Phoenix Union High School Pups pulled ahead in the waning moments and defeated the Mesa Union High School Bunnies, 36 to 32, in the championship finals of the class A second team basketball tournament yesterday at North Phoenix High School. With the count knotted at 32-32, Forward Ruben Zapien arched a shot from deep court, and then Val Valdez caged a follow shot. The score was tied, 9 to 9, at halftime but the Pups held a scant 2928 margin at the three-quarter mark. The North Phoenix High School Colts won third place by defeating the St. Mary's High School Vikings, 31 to 24. The Colts had trouble breaking up the Vikings' slow break and failed to stop Pete Valenzuela's long shots, but were in command of the game all the way. Two Madison Quints Gain Loop Victories Two Madison fives registered wins in Work Projects Administration Basketball League play on the armory floor last night, the bantams beating Northwest, 12-9, the midgets routing Father Emmett's Mission, 58-7, but the Madison seniors dropped an 81-42 decision to South Phoenix. In other games, the Mission seniors edged Harmon Park, 41-38, and South Phoenix' unlimited five lost to the Exiles, 47-4L Valley league games tonight pit the Dinky Birds against Avondale at 7 o'clock; South Phoenix against Peoria at 8, and Father Emmett's Mission against Southern Pacific at 9 o'clock. . . . here's a tip on Fishing at Parker Lake Get your party together— anywhere from 6 to 12, bring 'em up and stay with us on the cabin boat^-everything; you need, we furnish; go out and stay out anywhere on the lake; a day or as long a* you wish! For reservations write MOSS BOAT LANDING J. M. "Jim" MOBH Boats Motors Live Bait PARKER, ARIZONA Federal Quintet Wins Cage Title The Federal Employee five won the employee division title of the City Basketball League with a 46-45 victory over First National Bank on the Arizona Vocational School court last night. It was the second straight win for the Federals in the play-off, and was paced by Bill Ward, who took scoring honors with 19 points. The Mesa Lions took their second straight win in class A final-third play by a 41-30 count over Shumway Insurance. . AS CRUCES, N. M., Feb. 19— ^ (AP)—New Mexico State Co. lege regained tonight some of th steam that distinguished Aggie bas ketball teams of other years.an thundered over Arizona Stat Teachers College at Tempe, 61 t 26, in a Border Conference gam Angie Cunico and company were really "on" and displayed what their backers called the best Aggie basketball of the current season. Although Tempe grabbed an early 6-0 lead, the New Mexicans quickly rubbed it out and went on to win with ease. The halftime score was 29 to 10 Cunico, who played only a few min utes in the second half, led th scorers with 18, followed b Hathorne, his teammate, with !• Leseuer, McNabb and Jones o Tempe each made seven points. TEMI'E (26J G FT Johnson, f g 0 Lescuer.C •$ l Soza.f 1 " O'Neal, t 0 0 Jones, c 3 1 Gilbert.c 0 1 McNahb.g 1 5 Mortenscn.z 1 0 Bustamante.E 0 0 TOTALS AGGIES (61) Vance, f Foorde. f . Cunico. f Hathorne. £ Hoover, c Glbbs.c Gower.c Dempsey.K Curetin.B Horton.c TOTALS 9 8 G FT 4 0 I) 0 TP 0 7 n 0 7 1 2 0 26 TP 8 n 18 14 7 5 n 2 2 3 28 5 61 PHOENTX QUEST WINS The Phoenix Indian School Independents defeated the San Carlos Indians, 50 to 42, in a game last night on the Phoenix school's floor. Garcia and Russell scored 17 points each to lead the Phoenicians and H. Reed tallied 12 for San Carlos. Cub Holdout Tells Story N EW ORLEANS, La., Feb. 19— (AP)—Bill Lee, who pitchei the Chicago Cubs to a pennant in 1938 and then ran into two lean years of mound efforts, said today he had not signed his 1941 con tract and added "it doesn't look much like I will." "They even write me that they would not give me as good a con tract as they offered if I did no report on time," Lee said, "but still feel that I am worth all tha I am asking so am going to do my training here." Big Bill's stand was made known in a letter to the Associated Press from his home in Piaquemine, La., where he vows he'll do his spring training. Lee said he was sorry the Cubs had sold Zeke Bonura because "he's a pretty good hitter in my book and that is something we have needed a long time." The Cub hurler included in hi letter a story he wrote himself "an article I thought you migh run If you ran out of news." Lee's story follows: "Since Bill Lee's 'Mary Lou Dix won a first prize at the Yazoo Beagle Club trials Bill has become a real beagle enthusiast. He ha: become so interested in the fieli trials that he is planning to go to one held in Dallas on February 27 and 28 and March 1 and 2. "But baseball is his first love and even though he hasn't signed he still feels that the Cubs will eventually realize his worth to tho club and give him what he is asking for. So he has been working out for the past week or so and is getting in pretty fair shape already. "He is in pretty good shape now but feels that four or five days without a workout would not help him so he.is taking along to Dallas his own catcher and trainer, Joe Distefano. Joe has been helping Bill get in shape since his high school days and may not be as good a catcher as Gabby Hartnett or as good a trainer as Andy Lotshaw but he's still pretty good and he says that when he finishes with Bill he will be a cinch to win 20 games or more. College Basketball New York University 41, Fordham 35. Princeton 40. Harvard. 26. Dartmouth 51. Yale 50. Rutgers 50. Maryland 4n. Penn State 45. Georgetown 38. Lone Island 24. MichiEan State 23. Lcfyola (Chicago) 38. Villanova 32. Duquesne 3S. Waynesburg 29. Brown 34. Amhcrst 31. Bradlev 49. Illinois Wesleyan 31. Auburn 35. Howard 21. . Mississippi State 33. Mississippi 20. Louisiana Tech 54. Centcntary 44. Baylor 52. Texas 4S. CAGE GA3CES SLATED Two games are scheduled tonighi in the Thursday Night Girls Basket ball League at Northwest Play ground. The Phoenix Indian Schoo will meet Garfield at 7:30 o'clock and Madison and Father Emmett's Mission will play at 8:15. The league is sponsored by the Work Projects Administration. Take a Trip This Week-end . . . travel up to Flagstaff and enjoy tho thrills of the Third Annual Arizona Snow Bowl SKI CARNIVAL Fri., Sat., Sun. at the SNOW BOWL 11}$ Miles N. W. of Flagstaff Trams and Individual)! from Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Frpitrntt, IJDI Veca», >'ev. ( Flagstaff, and elsewhere are entered. Plan Now To Attend! The Three Days Program FRIDAY 12:00 noon. Qualifying Race. To determine starting order in downhill and slalom. Men and women. 2:00 p. m. Children's Slalom. Course to parallel ski tow. Approximately 25 gates. 5:00 p. m. Children's Downhill. Ending at Lodge. Course -?i mile in length. SATCRDAV 2:00 p. m. Midcley Trophy Race. Five-man team. Race starts and ends at Lodge. American start, each man to run over a course two miles in length. 3:no p. m. All contestants one ride over downhill course. All must pack hill. 9:00 p. m: Carnival Ball at Monte Viata. Hotel SCJ.DAY 10:30 a. m. Men's Downhill. Over course l^i miles in length with* loss of elevation 1.250 feet. 11:30 a. m. Women's Downhill. Course to be one mile in length. Loss of elevation 1,000 feeL 1:30 p. m. Men's Slalom. Having approximately 42 gates-. Vertical descent 600 feet. 2:30 p. m. Women's Slalom. Identical course as men's. 7:30 p. in. Award! Banquet at Moule Vista Hotel. To Serve You Any Time at the SNOW BOWL Warming shelter, hot lunch, professional ski instructor, ski rentals, 600 and 1,750 feet tows. An Invitational Meet Spnniwred by Flagstaff Ski Club and Intermountaln Ski Association. Bonus Check Row Won By Ousted Pilo fHICAGO, Feb. 19—(AP)—If, a ^ they say, money talks, Osca Vitt had the last word today in h row with the Cleveland ball club— by proxy. The last word, exactly S2.5C worth, was delivered in behalf Or Oz by Commissioner Kenesa Mountain Landis, who ruled favo ably on Vitt's salary claim again the club which dismissed him la last October. Vitt, now manager of Portland in the Pacific Coast League, was paid $15,000 for the 1940 season, a hectic one marked by a rebellion of players against him, differences with the Indian front office and a stretch drive which saw Detroit nose out Cleveland for the American League pennant. When Cleveland declined his demand for $2,500 bonus, he took his case to Landis. The commissioner's secretarj Leslie O'Connor said he receive the Vitt ruling from Florid where the commissioner is vi cationing. A check for $2,500 wa received from the Cleveland clu a few days ago and forwarded i Vitt, O'Connor said. At Clevelan Alva Bradley, president of the In dians said: "Landis said we owe the bill and we paid it." Vitt, whose job as Cleveland manager went to Roger Peckinpaugh, had a contract calling for a $2,500 bonus* for every 100,000 customers above the 600,000 mark. Bradley said they agreed in mid-season that if the figure were between 600,000 and 700,000 Vitt would receive the §2,500 anyhow. Since the attendance was above 700,000, the club paid Vitt one $2,500 bonus but balked at giving him another one of $2,500. "I wanted to keep him happy said Bradley. "I had no intentio of giving him a bonus for 600,00 and another for 700,000." Knights Whip Monarch Fiv HE St. Mary's High Schoo Knights handed the Phoeni Monarchs a 47-31 trouncing in basketball clash on the Monarchs court last night. The Knights started slow, but clicked on six of nine shots to gain a 13-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. With Charlie Navarro and Harry Broderick setting the pace, the Knights pulled away to a 25-13 advantage at the halftime intermission. The second team took over a the start of the last half, and boost ed the margin to 31-15 going int the final period. Then Pete Vail and Bill Thompson started to hi .he basket as the regulars cam back to action. Joseph, Monarch forward, took scoring honors with 13 points, and Valle topped the Knights with 10. Thompson scored nine, and Navarre and Harry Broderick had eight each. The second-team game went t the Monarchs, 18-15. The St. Mary' seconds were slowed up after theii ourney clash at North Phoento High yesterday afternoon. CHALKY WEIGHT WINS ALLENTOWN, Pa., Feb. 19— AP)—Chalky Wright, Los Angele colored fighter, tonight scored a :echnical knockout over Franki Terranova. New York, when th club physician refused to permi Terranova to come out for the sixth round. Wright weighed 130; Terra nova 137. -MESA -OLENDALI ••CHAVDIER -BTICKrTF for PARKER DAM BASS Derby Specials! (Phoenix store only) Thursday, Friday & Saturday Reg. $7.50 Bamboo or Steel Bait Casting Rods, ** Special 94* CASTING REELS A fine anti-backlash casting reel, hard chrome plated frame, phosphor bronze bearings, bushings and pins, reg. $6.50. Just the Reel For the Derby 40 The above two specials are on sale at the Phoenix store only; however, you will find a complete line of quality fishing tackle at every one of the five O. S. Stapley Company stores, the sporting goods headquarters for The Valley of the Sun. Fishing Licenses For Sale SS otfha fccs a Joe I Th< him, indt »me i ho round ki»l lirbi retrei proi KM S »b I?" Jo* TIM tycle Bomb JimE Ton his w iiroui nieces Xatha Schni< Jicfcl The far, « Tony croucl tows' tan they wddei tin d 'x R fent fcefo der. tick feu Met ranu Just 'IT Mand-i their s tocrot Pera yie. iweepe M ED: Th MTcoi 9S'Rhi ailed lie ma i ling Ra la 42-21 . Take our word for. 1 *' 'fe ' . . . don't try to seonomi*; by buying cheap slacks th'ii; summer. Slacks, In order to be smark looking, must ba design^ and tailored with alf the-caw and skill that go into tin 1 making of regular trousers'' Only a manufacturer .*!&' has had a great deal of*'J perience in making reguhr., suit trousers can turn;..??' slacks of this nature.: '-'••• In our collection you II ?«:,. slacks of all kinds, tailored $ this famous maker. TI»y*H cost you slightly more than other kinds of ipset ' lams : lie sei Tufts h luring "freezii Leap ihoutec His Ju medicir take it Th e ttedits "retch, •Purled Wnth( toe to Despi •pproai c won take our word for it, they'*; worth it. because you perfectly and will k« their smart appearance- summer long! . NEW SPRING SLACKS C 0 M P A^Nv 40 N. CENTRAL-AVE. .we- enc . behind PMitior Six * 01

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