Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on November 5, 1941 · Page 9
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Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 5, 1941
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8TEBLINO BAILY GAZ&TT& O, fLLTNOIl Page Nfnc Sport News Covering Local and National Events «*» - - %*HP Jilts Eleven Named Best Team in Nat ion In AP Ranking Poll . IV NKW YORK -- 'A ago bald Dana X apparent lifeline •' coach at thr Unr. T. f« a more !HCIP;I\<- IpromUlnR LonRhorr. (Souths?.n confripi.,' Thf wawm is o:. th*n half over ami promise IR R hit piril.r-. :;< . b.i 1 . l-l gridiron fxprrt-s po!;<-t! !-• Tim Av.n- ciated Press say hi.s Tfx^.- c\r\ en i* >the brM football team '.:-. the try. Tied with Minnesota of the JV.c Ten a week aco. the Texan* sue n<nv undlAputed lenders fo'.'mwine thrir 84 to 0 conquest nf Southern Mrth- odlst last Saturday. > Tha Gophers rtroppw! to second. 1,148 votes to 1.111. although they triumphed over slronar NorthwcMcrn I to 7. with only R little, help from tn«ir ailing star. Bruce Smith. Tenas was voted pit her first or eeond on no of thf ballots. The n«t three places retained the aatne holders as a week RRO with Fordham. Duke and Texas ABR!PS --ajl unbeaten or untied—following In that order. Navy hopped to sixth from elrv- k «nth on Its win from prcviou.-ly- ' undefeated Pcnnsyl vnnla. Notre Dame, held to a tie by Army, skidded to seventh. MichlKatt bnrked down to eighth, an* Northwestern collected the tenth spot. Ninth place went to Stanford, letxth a year a«o but ouuirie the honor list last week. Pennsylvania and Vanderbllt, defeated last week tar the first time thl* season. Hutto also-ran clarification. of th* 1M1 On'hip of the Midwest R*,ctnq: inn. \Vfti!rr. riEht guard for P',. in fir«t week. He sufffre<l lup in thf same !««' Sunday S',. by n *' nrr of 7 lo f). T'. . -);> br'w 'adually •ha:: ;>f P^v.^d !!ifl« wni jfr>'.;r and de- hrins rioted bv s in the niinoi?; :id .Saturriav (>IP University r !'",pti makes an attempt to it «;iii more. Plaimg at izn !nr thr first timo in MX . ;!if- louans arc hoping to r form Mmwn in thv second rite \ictorv over Indiana. la«t ;, Recorri. 1 : show that Iowa i two and tlwl two In the last illinolx not having won '!:.!• tif tame between Roclc Flails and Rochelle last weekend In the ••battle of mud' has placed Rock Falls in a position where the team "must" defeat Oregon to stay In the top ,«.pot. Of course, Rochelle. ••nv.nt" defeat Mt. Morris. If both Rock Falls and Rochelle win their final games Friday night It will mean « tie for .first place. Oregon comes to Rock- Fajls Friday night Oregon started out fast and then bozErd down. At the start of the <rRM>n It looked as if Oregon woulti be the team to beat. Coach Art Driver is working hard with his tram in an effort to upset Rock Falls, but the locals are not going to be caught unprepared. Phog Allen Deplores Trend to Oversfress Collegia!! Basketball KANSAS riTV KAS — 'AT* "And harke-*^;- rev. i* b"rrvr. :r,if rarJcet ' C. ' sas fRR" rr:-,riM". Hr .' foli •The better Biq Ten Grid Notes SPORT NOTES __ rises Thursday at 8:34 k «.iKrand aeU at 4:53 p. m. Coach Ted Beheld is putting in MM Bjood practice licks this week I order to prepare his squad for final game at Cklnton Friday OllAMKi got away to a poor'»{art this season but 'baa been showing marked improve- 14 victory was accomplished by a 0 score at Port Madison. la., irtfht. This game was ]iost- lait Friday night on laoeount of rain. Clinton made 14 downs and Fort Madison four. gftlned 243 yards and Fort , 77. The frosh-soph teams play in the afternoon and the varsity will be played at nlRht. CHICAGO— <APi—The question in Columbus this week is not so much "Will Ohio State beat Wisconsin Saturday?" as it Is "Will the Badgers be hot—or cold?" If Wisconsin is having one of its lukewarm days, the Buckeyes should take round one of the four-way battle for second place in the Big Ten. But If the Badgers are hot, Harry Btuhl- dreher. director of Wisconsin's football fortunes, doesn't know the answer, himself. He has seen the Badgers polish off Iowa. 23-0. and Indiana. 27-25. He was watched them RO dizzy before Syracuse, which won, -R?- J*? 1 - Saturday. He also h«« T>een present at Martjuette's 28-7 rout of the Badgers and at Northwest- em's 41-14 victory- And as Stuhl- dirher thinks it owr. all he can say is: "I can't unarrstand it?*" k WUU* Johnson, Peona cglored. flaiift. who has fought ' here a of times, defeated Dick of Oaleaburg, also a local fa- by outpointing Achollin the BMln bout at Peorla Monday night. Many Droll, Peorla, .who has k -' ••"-•- W on over Ralph Hill There were seven i on th« card; A team of Gales- boxers will probably be used to the first amateur boxing Nov. 14. Aoup o| _local '•tub' _ i including Frankie Lawton, d and Bob Hicks. Oeringer Querrierl are working out.e«ch <mntng at »:»0 at the armory in ? . tfw toawment of the coliseum. Most & M boat boxers appear on a card •I Bftwantw Friday night. led with 173-513 in the > league at th* Sterling Recre- lanw Tuesday night. Palmer rtnm 1T1 «N Tsrln 1H7 Iflfl Tlrrlr •80, 1TT-486, Taber, 185-401, and Oaafa, 188-481. Owch Curtis Brandau announces thai the first basketball practice will be held next Monday af> •t the coliseum. The boys W8 out from football will be alto take things easy a bit be- they go into the strenuous ^t Oommwlty Mgh jmeets a powerful tan Sunday afternoon in the home game of the football 1 The fust St. Bede academy with an untied and undeleat- __ will Jjejjere^ St. Bjde^ha?L i up acorts pn a number of teams MOD and U will keep corn- busy holding them in check. •unity has had a splendid sea],a defeat to St. Bede would discredit. However, Comic not going to simply hand • •MM to At. Bede. The visitors | k»v* to aarn it the hard way by up a real battle. rolled 69-477, asd d. rollfd 183-453 in the Ladies' •t Wheat's lanes in Proph- Ifomtay nfght. Harold Shaw, 35, Indianapolis, " known dirt track auto race r. uaasad away Tuesday In an ^-, — hospital of Injuries suf- 0*t. if, at the Franklin, Ind., ear crashed into a wattr r»* track. Shaw was to Stuhidrcher Is inclined to blame Wisconsin's shortcomings on weakness in fundamentals. There's little else on which to hang the low The_ Badgers have^the- scoring—64 points in three gamer to 48 for Minnesota aVfd 68 for Northwestern (In four games). Their rushing average of 164.7 yards is the league's third best, trailing only Minnesota's 260.3 and Michigan's 183J. Wisconsin has passing, too. averaging 75.6 yards a game to be exceeded only by Northwestern's 112.5 and Indiana's 102. And it has Individual stars—Tom Fan-is. Pat Harder. Oene Lyons, Dave Schreiner. Mark Hos- klns^ and_Bud_SeelingeT_ are a few. The Badgers even uncorked another sparkling sophomore last week in Frank, Riewer. The other two contenders for run- nerup laurels in the Western conference, assuming nothing stops Minnesota from the title, ant Purdue and Michigan, each with only one league defeat. Purdue. refrain- Ing from Big Ten activity thbuMek, will m«t Michigan State with the possibility Co-Captain Tom Melton may be back from a two-week injury layoff. The Wolverines have no game Saturday, but Coach Frits Crlsler is taking no chances of the boys going st-le and has ordered scrimmage this we*t_ __ Minnesota, also stepping outside the conference for a game with Nebraska, sees the spectre of a letdown in preparation for a non- league tilt against a fw" which" has lost three straight game*. Capt. Bruce Smith and Herman Frickey of the Gophers still are out of Injuries. Coach Frank Leahy of Notre ~~_ U singing the MUM: "grouting reports show Navy with entirely toe much material for Notre Dame On a dry field with pasaint v* have a Ka rv-rt^:nr; TCS.<= a Y. M C A. h\ [IT .'ft.iK> A Na'.rrr.i'h ir. Springfield. .MR. 1 -' . thr winter o! 1R91. "Ttxin;. »rid in intfRsmB !>rn|>or- tion.' v ba.tkr'Sn',; -^ brine plavrd for Die rimiuh in*.oi\rd." Ailpn 'Young men ure Roing to and universities where they can grt the mf^-t " His harsh Indictment dirin t Rpply the vituperative Karunn awuird. to mo*t high schools e»r to some few universities and colleges, for instance. "At '• Kansas university we have championship basketball teams In which the kids get a little more out of actual participation than rwwspa- p*r publicity. These player* are on their way toward a university de- ftree and are obtaining a fa\orable introduction into business and society through their love of the game.' 1 But he was away from his subject. "Yet in other universities istorm- ing ngaint. conditions place the game In Oie category of a racket along with football. Highly coaches destroy character Instead ol building it. They're the hounds who hunt out material to organize a winning aggregation.' ow R*:gh'i«-r To' a Is ?•<•:'.'.!-.(! 1M 1*7 K'S— 42f> 123 1!! 170— 404 17.1 !73 I*R— M.I 91 Ml l.ifi— 3Pn 17R i:.1 121— 422 Notre Dime Wants Dry Field Saturday For Tilt with Navy Rv Karl H::;;j*n ty-ii'TH RFNT) IND — <AP' Th» FUhtmg Int. 1 ) r-; Nn M Hnrni' B War!-.••: G. Murph Totals 145 133 - •»!::• , jifi 107— ."UB 74 HI 114— 3C3 133 !P2 128— 4,'»3 Pepper Martin Enjoys Piloting Cardinal Team Even if It's in Minors OKLAHOMA CITY — (AP) — Above the din of his barnyard coo Squire John Leonard "Pepper" Martin said today he was happy in the comparati%<e quiet of the Pacific Coast league—far from the t leagues' roar. . You could practically hear your- kcys, guinea hens, goats, cows, mules and mares serenaded the former St. Louis Cardinal star, back from the to-mr Since hU highly satifying debut as a Card farm manager—he *t«*red Sacramento to the final playoffs only to loae to Seattle—It was fair to inquire if h« did not hanker for a return to the bit noise. "Let's get this straight," said Pepper, who dashes through conversation like he used to run bases. "The only way I can go back to At. Louis is as a manager. "And put this down in big print —Ill never have any designs on the Cardinal job as long as Billy South worth is there. He's the grandest guy In baseball." Anyway, he said, he had lots of fun on the coast, hit ,313 in 90 fames, and he likes baseball any place.' Fight; Last Night (By The Associated Press) DULUTH, MINN. — Charley Parham, 137. Milwaukee. stopp*d Billy Smith, 136, Minneapolis. (7). WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. — Steve Belloise, 156, New York, outpointed Jerry Piorello. 153, Brooklyn. (•». chance of staying close, -but our victory hopes are very slim." Illinois, which has not won a conference game in two years, has its last chance to turn the trick this season before the home folks when it plays Iowa Saturdcy. The Hawk- eyes expect injured Capt. BUI Diehl to be ready for the Illini. Northwestern's outlook on .its game this weak with Indiana is Yumtne<j up by Coach Lynn Waldorf: "Indi ana has a far more dangerous team than its record indicates." The Hoosier* have lost both their Big Ten starts, to Wisconsin. 37-35. and Iowa, 13-7. But their Billy Hillen- arand has run and pm*d brilliantly in both contests, and he hits th* Wildcat* nervous, inasmuch M lour of tlit six touchdowns scored on Northwestern have bacn on aerials. YIW 1ADIATOB? y*4t put anU-fr**«i in have It cleaned, ae* chtakad far es?i. We AM eKparlanead !• McCarri raa"i- toajffutit: lOTTS Hcaeonabla credit require* menu. People with modwt •ajariat are aspeeially lavttad to ««k about our plan. Your de«ur* .for privacy ia strictly There are times when you must havt money at one*. No other type of credit agency is gaared for faster service. Whether you need $35. SU5. or ISM or more, you will And UK ready to go into action and act this cash into your brnnds in raowrd time. FiuiN Ctrl. 1 Lou Diviiio* Variable oayi&a&t plac*. a y«*r ,or nor* w just a f«w months to pay. Ovw If Vtan" 308 First Ave. Bickford Hidg. Phone lilO K. L, Bankes, Mgr. 543 fiTl 5fil—1775 \Vh«-at.« Team — A. Wn>at 132 176 1(5»— 477 Hooger-aerf 101 112 132— 34>S M. Johnson W? 104 S<>— 279 L. Howwck 89 123 87— 2P« J. Klner 121 129 B»— 34fl Tot*L«; 529 644 57&—1748 Florence Cady s Team— E, Adams 118 121 128— 367 M. Poulter 91 103 87— 281 N. Lombard 91 121 82— 294 T. Emery 119 147 122— 3M F. Cadv 144 132 124— 400 Handicap 333—9 566 627 556—1749 LADIES' LEAGIE s Implement*— Smith 136 188 131— 455 Marchette. 146 1B4 147— 477 Attlg 179 133 127— 439 Peteryen 145 133 180— 458 Taber 159 147 185— 491 Totals 765 Pippert's Market— Maxey 102 Hunsberger 105 Murphy 128 Kolb 119 King 157 Handicap 60 785 770—2320 158 128 177 116 126 60 Totals 672 765 Persona Studio- Coats 141 189 Winebrenner 150 153 Hartman 111 98 Adams 97 148 Andreas 133 16* Handicap 26 26 138— 399 117— 350 122— 428 148— 383 159— 442 60— 190 735—2182 161— 481 155— 458 141— 351 148— 393 177— 478 36— 78 Totals 658 783 (108—2248 Ridge's Texaco— Palmer 158 171 187— 49fl -H Bums 130 123 Clark 146 168 Becktell 177 153 Totals 733 7J5 Lawrence Bros.— Otto !•» 150 Terrock 103 Itt Loos 119 144 Capp 151 140 < Laslo 15B 117 Totals 701 768 Chicago Motor Club— Wilbern 161 - 126 Neister Daniels Padden Bendewald Handicap 83 117 114 131 122 123 173 184 66 66 150— 403 143— 456 165— 485 733—2301 160—47t 110—431 13»— 403 140— 431 150— 496 768—3339 120— 407 137— 337 83— 338 133— 367 152--, 488 66— 198 Totals 718 737 Bright Spot— Meggers '129 ISO Dace 112 191 Kelly 1SI 1SI Hersh 112 78 Zlmbkman 131 iU Handicap 58 58 Totals 671 _.7ia. Tasliion Shop— Stevens 159 185 Mathew 157 138 WiUon 118 130 Lane 141 164 Bendewald 130 1«5 610—3135 136— 172— 435 131— 393 103— 383 131— <OS 58— 177 118— 463 133— 428 155— 403 143— 448 146— 431 TotaU 685 713 68ft—3173 IR 714 723 — : -) ]S*i— 442 A v !<n" L'.n'on B-;:r WCiihT Handicap Totals 117 1'jfi 121 P7 - 347 19— 57 673 712 719—2104 Salem High Agrees To Call Off Contests With Centralia School CENTRALIA, ILL — Athletic relations between Centralli and Salem high schools today 'hac been completely severed. A letter from Salem high schoo authorities to Centralia school of ficials agreed to cancel two basket ball games scheduled between th two schools for the coming season a«. had been requeued last week b SuperintPdent Osfar M. Corbe and Coach A. L. Trout of the Ccn tralia school. In announcing the action he ha taken. Superintendent Corbell Mate< that "when things come to the plac that the educational viewpoint I ignored — where the citizens of th communities Involved become st interested in athletics that th learning is forgotten and bad feel ings result—then It is time that'w all take stock of ourselves and ou emotioni." The letter from the Salem schoo authorities, signed by Superinten dent B. E. Gum and John L. Kagy president of the board of education said all football and basketball con tracts would be cancelled. It de dared: "We do not wish to have, any athletic teams representing our school engage in scheduled compe Ution with the teams of any othe school when the competition is neither desired nor welcomed by th aulfibriUes Monders Still in Lead Among Boll Carritn In Notional Pro Loop CHICAGO — (AP) — The hight est raae for individual titles in the National football league it being waged under the heading '-ban ear tying leaders," where Brooklyn Pug Manders still is in front. Here is the way the top five line up as a result of last week's gamat At- Yards tempts GaiiMd AT Manders. Brooklyn 68 325 4 Fllchock. Wash. 75 389 3, Hinkle. Green Bay M 380 3. Isbell. Green Bay 56 338 4 GoMberg. Chi. Cards 63 331 8 In pass throwing and catch in It's not so much a matter of wh will win as by how much the prw ent leaders will finish ahead. Oe ell Isbell of Green Bay, leading in eompletAd passes with 86. for 1,12 yards, is scarcely oonoarnad with Tommy Thompson of Philadelphia who has completed M for 57t yards In aerial receptions, Gratn Bay' HntiAti hM yards. Nearest is the Chicago Car dinals' Bill Dewall with 31 caught for 285 yards. And old faithful-toe Clarke Hin kle of Green Bay continues ahead in field goals. He has booted five and the next beet is three, by th New York OJante 1 Ward Cuff. SKELLY FUEL OIL Don't let cold weather find you unprepared. Your order now assures you delivery the moment you need it - PHONE 605 ROCK RIVER OIL CO. CALT, ILLINOIS n'vr !'.»\e .an-.- o: 1 ;^!-. from York'.' at B^' Fr>r af'^r la-' !«•<,<; ri/> wiHi Arm--- r»in a:x! muri. N'^ a '.*<•'. fiolrl for !'<• ';a::> r *i!h un- dPfrfl'f-d Na\\. T'I ;> .' :' more riirer!>,'. NoUr Dame be'.je\es i'.^ Me rhanr*- for \K!"ry '.:'••; In it<; ns'.'.iiig eame— and the Arrnv K^nie Indirafri Sophomore Ang?\o Ber- telll n^edi a dry bail to hit his receivers consistently. Bertel'.i, before ia^t Saturday's deadlock, hart completed 37 of 62 passes for 573 yards. Against Afmy i)e made good on three out of 10. getting only 10 yards net gain. He Mild afterward he was pushing the ball out instead of throwing it and that it wa.s so hea-.y his receivers had little chance to hold It. Saturday's battle will mark one of the few times Notre Damr has been the underdog. Navy has two fine first teams, so good that Coach Swede Larson has bwn going to the third snd fourth team* for single substitutions Through six games. Notre Dame has shown weakness In reserves. Each team has won five games this reason and" each ha* played one tte. Navy's, deadlock belns attalnst Harvard In 14 previous games, Notre Dame has won 11. Playoff to Determine Pocket Billiard Champ PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — A playoff will be necessary to decide the, 1941 world's pocket billiards championship, now in progress here at Town Hall, despite the fact that four more matches still remain in the 110.000 round-robin cu« clnsslc. As a result of play yesterday, leadership was again thrown into a five- way tie between Defending Champion Willie Mosconi. Philadelphia; Andrew Ponei, New York; Jimmy dolph. Cleveland, and Irving Crane, Livonia, N. Y., all former title holders. Each of this quintet has won seven matches while losing three. They haw only on« encounter apiece toft. Yesterday Crane joined Rudolph In the select leadership circle, by registering a 125 t<? 41 victory in 11 innings over the Cleveland star. Survivors of the first-place deadlock who are to ultimately figure in a playoff for top honors wUl not be decided until Thursday. Roundup of Sports Rv H'.ish Fnlirrlon Jr. NFW YORK — <Sp?n*l; — Tjia! a.«n! R gh'^i, yn\i he*rri hnwlmc iiijiB thf pft.*t ("up!p r>f rtnv.v AH!'.' o'Mi! rrifuf'.r* nlio fieurrrl th? nf- ufli.', hadn i dour -risrht by th^ir . Firs!, Florida* Tom inrd about a tim^r ?,ho clock uhpn hr fhouldn't. pin's Lynn \VRkior! (iaimM thr MmnrffitB bo\s .- f np thf-m.'fhrs for tlT- sprund on thai touchdown play And Pi merlon 5. 7'ari Wrlmflii ."-furl Fian- iiv lyr of Kanftrd hnr] hi' thr Bround two \siri.<; «wny from Uif touchdown that lx>a' thP Tlsr.'? and shouldn't have bfvn called snfr on his ."ilri? . . . Other coarhf"; mipht br howlintr. too, but they'd ruthT tnkf a rhanc? on the wolves than on being called poor losers. Ix»njr Hits Wanted Hearing the other day about the mysterious clippings reRordinR one Lou Long discovered in Lou Oehngs scrapbook. Jim Flnnerty of Bloomfield. N. J., recalled how Gehri* game there once. Lou worked in the outfield and didn't get n hit. The manager paid him three bucks for his work, then said the club couldn't use him again because they needed » slugging outfielder. ABC"* Call Answered The American bowling congres-s wnt out an BOS for bowling slang a few weeks ngo and now complains that only about 200 terms have be«n received . . . Bill Byrd, Maryland freshman blocking back, Ls the son of Dr. H. C. Byrd. the college president who was a great athlete 30 odd years ago, And they say the prexy ^ Ml I can run faster than Bill . . . Trainer Barge Bwcnke says AL*»b will be the first supplementary nomination In the history of the Belmont stakes. It will cost Owner Al S<>h9'h $2. SOI (ft at th' 1 tnp! r f ro S'str ro|' a .'h fKM Sfsr Hflri' 1 v,n /Ft • "Af'T •? a ''-h:rV N. Y. I'. fri'isy !'. ba'll .<piri' of Hnllov. r>n th" N Y. i'vn cnm* 1 dispuifd a c Joo".- Football F'riras-ve Add k'.'-kitig feats; Price nf Texas Mines MfraRrrl SS \«rd.' on fivf pun'. 1 KBainM Hardm-Binimorji find booted on? R3 void* . . . Edd:* Prokop. thr Chattanooga IIIKM frrTvi! Mar who had ni". r t of t\ir Pou'h- f'SMfin '.•onf'if'iicr n-.vvrt nrfnrr 1:* picked hr. M-hiv>!. I- dome ail riijht for ihf Gror»ifl Tech frwh .... Henrv Hosan, rf>nr)i at Berkshire school i Mass i figned a one-year contract 21 .'.rnrf. ngo. He s still waiting for it to rxplrr . . . Notre Dam* fans give Frank !>ahy credit for the year's best defensive Job when he held the Irish to 16 points again*: Carnegie Tech. Claims Season's Mark For Pass Completions COMMENCE, TEX. — (AP) — Modest J. C. Meeks has completed 73 passes out of 130 attempts for 901 yards, and if that isn't the national college record for the season, Eos; Texns state folks will want proof in affidavit form. He's the boy who has ewpt East Texas to the top of the Lone Star conference and who has kept the Lions In the ranks of the undefeated teams. Meeks came to East Texas state as e gift. He was H star at Oklahoma Baptist university but football wa* abandoned there last year. And what a break for East Texas! He has run. paAsod and converted for 95 of his team's 132 points, and. counting 388 yards carrying the ball, has rolled up 1,489 yards In seven gamea. "frfe s> 7ft* Cigar*tft of Quality MAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS. mmtmo II BisiAECH long ago anticipated the requirements of de* lease. So now when new materials are needed to replace defense as* terials, Ford is reedy with improvements, not substitutes! In every case, new materials used are equal to or better than the old—although they usually cost Ford more, We pledge thai you can buy with assurance— that you'll get better quality for youi money than ever before! FORD h the low-price IWd OFFERS YOU BOTH! 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