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Feb. 20— virtually all the Teachers here the two-game employed a game than Bright in winning 43 John- B ffi ffltarf: Tempe-Lesueur. GlbbSo>«r Horton Bowling late Republic Edition Yesterday) OB ARCADE stopped the league-lead- tonal i KS*LU ,__... victory, „ Hildebrand paced the while Loren Stevenson with 553. m State copped thi*« the American Badlator ^a-v^-tS B3I.- WiwiJn. with I Su Tier a 612 series, ' E P U1 ~ won four , ago*. 2.M3 1? 5.40S. Seiei topped the Ggars with 535. M* Icraty Academy took I our tan Pi* Lane Motor Hotel. 2.739 S6. Tfc ?m™ P«ced the winners SB «iui "Red r Wilson teadlns Lane Kith 554. Irt Htm tertes wa« won by the gtutr Addenu/ Trttb 2,739. iwr, ttnmd In hlfh tame of Aln sad Urn Individual nU Urt lune (Oini to Stan Pli-Wor ladles League goes into it 8 o'clock tonight with Earle's _r OMB Gables: Babbitt Beauty ttartix Walsh Brothers; Lovett's ntta golnr, against Grand Cafe: tenutional Insurance tangling with Cue; Hits. BOWLING CENTER HE sllm.-> margin of two points, aour and Company won the first- umptauhip of the Bifr Six League MIL Amour's won tour straight (ran A. J. Bayless Markets No. 2. .120, W. Osbom setting the pace for cratocs with 490. A. J. Bayless shot » U» lasers. aattattl Insurance, which finished . mi Ttace, van four from Phoenix •; dud On], 1,742-1 JI77. Jim Meyers ^ 495 for the Insurancemen, and B. 431 lac the losers. an Bitter; ant Electric dropped «( laor to Ike Windsor and fe Hotels notatct, 1,7-4-1,714. T ndnrdi' 463 was hlrt lor ™ It KtdJe Mothenhead hit 4(3 for onlr one more week remaining In ^ '•-" "» Kaktus Kati maintain id over the second-place 3 in the lidles Afternoon League. tt> Kaktus Katz \von one ipd tptaU, 1.667-1,642. for an e\-en Botchers. Marie Yockey _ leaders wtth 458. and OobnwU «ith 409 paced the Top clean sweep over the >w.l.695-1.388. Honors went to awn tai Helen Van Epps with 453 w*ewaners and 347 series each lor E. Smith of the losers. trks t<x * th^M "' Strike*. 1.453-1.405. 2 s6 lor .. Strikes. . for the Four Question lead In the Qlib with a fnur-TMint Mmiths. 1.960-1.727. C. Men- E 5 « while Chet Pimm for Mouths. »*« had been leadlnE the respect ve point, from A. Tracks won Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Friday Morning, February 21,1941 {Section Two) Page Nine BANNISTER PACES QUALIFIERS IN CLUB GOLF MEET ^^^ "*»«««'»«iririr'K r Favored Feminine Stars Win Mrs. McClure, Betty Putnam Gain In Meet JUST as everyone from the park swans to the most learned gal- ^eryites had predicted, Mrs. W E McClure jr., and Betty Putnam dominated play in first-round matches m the Phoenix city women s championship golf tournament at the Encanto Park course yesterday. Mrs. McClure, defending champion who edged the University of Arizona coed in a play-off for medal honors Wednesday after the :wo had finished the scheduled 18 n °Jf ,S' ith , 84s - had "Me trouble with Mrs. M. L. Wheeler yesterday, defeating her, 7 and 6. Miss Putnam also found the rain-drenched course to her liking- and administered a 6- and-S defeat, to Mrs. Gray Madison. The medalist and runner-up in last year's tourney. Miss Putnam played the day's best golf in taking her match. The defending champion, who is coupled with Miss Putnam as a prohibitive favorite in the fourth annual renewal of the meet, was slightly off her game. Her tee shots wavered just a bit and her approaches, usually the best portion of her links repertoire, didn't lave their usual preciseness. Mrs. McClure will meet Mrs. B J. Russell, who defeated Mrs. F W. Pool, 4 and 2, in today's championship flight 18-hole quarterfinal outing, and Miss Putnam will engage Mrs. Frank Tully, 7-and-6 victor over Mrs. Jerry Packham Although a McClure-Putnam get-together in the 36- hole finals Sunday is considered almost as certain as death and taxes, clubhouse prophets accorded Mrs. Tully an outside chance to upset the pattern and turn up in the climax match. But it's an outside chance of the faintest hue. Other members of the championship flight are Mollie Johnson, another University of Arizona student, who defeated Mrs. L. L. Sams, 4 and 3; Mrs. Charles Voigt of Denver. 4-and-3 victor over Mrs. A. E. Pettit; Mrs. E. R. Foutz, who downed Mrs. M. E. BarnhiU, 5 and 4, and Mrs. W. R. Wiley, 5-and-4 winner over Mrs. Henry Albers of Flagstaff. The eight losers will constitute the first flight. Today's pairings and tee -times: Championship Flight 9:40 o'clock—Mrs. McClure vs. Mrs. Russell. 9:45 o'clock—Miss Johnson vs. Mrs. Foutz. 9:50 o'clock—Miss Putnam vs. Mrs. Tully. 9:55 o'clock—Mrs. Voigt vs. Mrs. Wiley. First Flight 9:15 o'clock—Mrs. Wheeler vs. Mrs. Pool. 9:20 o'clock—Mrs. Sams vs. Mrs. Barnhill. 9:25 o'clock—Mrs. Madison vs. Mrs. Packham. 9:30 o'clock—Mrs. Pettit vs. Mrs. Albers. US. 2? $*<* lour to Lodce, •tt " *^" 1 tlW «*>UA - Bob lt hit 466 for led Coca-Cola over Barfls in the i*- Team totals iout P" 18 «Parated - whl <* Coca- through with 'our points from C f 2 '« 5 - 2 ' 007 - o. *S, *"* winners being tops lor Curious Coin Sets Records A/TIAMI. Fla., Feb. 20— (UP)— - 1 '- 1 - Coldstrettm stable's Curious Coin bettered two American records in a workout today and became one of the three leading contenders for the $20,000 Flamingo Stakes Saturday. The two other horses favored by the dopesters are Warren Wright's Whirlaway and King ranch's Dispose. In a five-furlong: -trial over The Hialeah track. Curious Coin, son of Brandon Mint, bettered American records for three furlongs and a half-mile. The horse turned the three furlongs In 33 seconds five tenths of a second better than the mark set by Atoka at Butte, Mont, in 1906. He continued his sizzling pace to do the half in 145.2, clipping eight tenths of a second from the record time of :46 set by Double Call at Tropical Park last year. Last Tuesday, in his second appearance as a three-year-old Whirlaway, leading juvenile of 1940, turned in a dismal perform ance. Dispose won the Bahamas - - - ' reWMTf-ZJ'-JB-SSB—2,J« to h&fflaT c£S? Tritoa wi 'h 809- ltt>il.,. W S? Was hiffh for itt«2; ras high for Elliott had in. Martin » wi 47 «' Handicap "February 1 in record time. Whirlaway track- trailed Shady Brook farm's entry of Agricole and Cadmium, two Flamingo eligibles, under the wire Tuesday, but remained a favorite for Saturday's race. Two Madison Quints Gain Loop Victories (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) 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 pii the Dinky Birds against Avondale at 7 o'clock; South Phoenix against Peoria at 8, and Father Emmett's Mission against Southern Pacific a' 9 o'clock. Champ Heads Field- - GETS FAST START: Kim Bannister, the defending champion, lost no time in stamping himself as the No. 1 contender for the Dr. Kim Bannister Memorial Trophy by winning the qualifying round of the Phoenix Country Club's 12th annual invitational golf tournament yesterday. Young Bannister, regarded as one of the favorites, in pretourney figuring, whipped around the 18 holes in 71—even par figures. Seligman Wins Season Finale (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) SELIGMAN, Feb. 20—The finest Seligman High School basketball five of recent years steamed to an impressive season finale, defeating the Camp Verde High School cagers, 29 to 26, here tonight. The victory was Seligman's 12th of the season. The locals lost only three games during the 1940-41 campaign. The game was close from the outset, but Seligman was in charge of the situation most of the way. The ultimate winners were out in front, 14 to 11, at the intermission gong. Albert Rincon, diminutive forward, paced the Seligman scoring with 10 points and was followed by Floyd (Sonny) Stone, center, with eight. Jack Bedker and Jack See- tham, a brace of freshman guards, led the Seligman defense. In a preliminary between second teams, Seligman trounced Camp Verde, 25 to 2. Federal Quintet Wins Cage Title (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) 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. Red Raiders Capture Cage League Laurels <r>°ni Late Republic Edition Yesterday) 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. Lower Scores Are Forecast ByBenHogan T^HOMASVILLE, Ga., Feb. 20— (AP)—Ben Hogan, top money winner of the winter golf circuit and a favorite to win the sixth annual $3,000 Thomasville Open Saturday and Sunday, believes scores are going down. They're going lower every year, he observed in the locker room of the Glen Arven Club, and added that within the next 10 years "it'll take 260 to win." Hogan, who hails from White Plains, N. Y, says he primes hit own came on a pre-tournament estimate of the probable winning: score. And it't paid dividends. He hasn't won a tournament this winter, but he hasn't been out of the money in 39 consecutive start* and leads In cash won with $4,150. "A few years back 280 was good enough to win most tournaments," said Hogan. "Now it's in the 270's, and they're still going down." Johnny Revolta, winner of the San Francisco Open,-chimed in. "It's coming," he said. "In the next two or three years you'll see them breaking 60 for 18 holes. Maybe not in the National Open for a while, but it's coming." Hogan, who shot a sensational 62 in the Oakland Open tournament, says his big worry is putting. "I used to see the ball going in the cup before I putted, but no more," he said. "Now I look at it and see it going like this." and he illustrated a sweeping hook away from the cup. Hogan three-putted twice in New Orleans, but managed to get most of them down In twa to finish with a 277, one stroke behind Henry Plcard of Hershey, Pa., who won top money. A drizzle kept some of the pros indoors today, but a number toured the tree-lined course in practice rounds. Lloyd Mangrum of Chicago, last year's winner with a record 203 for the 54-hoIe test, is tiere to try again. Jimmy Thomson of Chicopee, Mass., shot the first nine today in 33, three under par. Knights Whip Monarch Five (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) 'T'HE St. Mary's High School 1 Knights handed the Phoenix Monarchs a 47-31 trouncing in a basketball clash on the Monarchs' court last night. The Knights started slow, but elkked on six of nine shots to gain a 13-9 lead at the end of the first quarter. With Charlie Navarro and Harry Brodertek setting the pace, the Knights polled away to a 25-13 advantage «t the halftime intermission. The second team took over at the start of the last half, and boosted the margin to 31-15 going-into the final period. Then Pete Valle and Bill Thompson started to hit the basket as the regulars came back to action. ' Joseph, Monarch forward, took scoring honors with 13 points, and Valle topped the Kni'hts with 10. Thompson scored nine, and Navarro and Harry Broderlck had eight each. The second-team game went to the Monarchs, 18-15. The St. Mary's seconds were slowed up after their tourney clash at North Phoenix High yesterday afternoon. CHALKY WRIGHT WINS (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) ALLENTOWN, P*., Feb. 1$— (AP)—Chalky Wright, Los Angeles colored fighter, tonight scored a technical knockout over Frankie Terranova, New York, when the club physician refused to permit Terranova to come out for the sixth round. Wright weighed 130; Terranova 137. Linksters Open Match-Play Duels In Toutney Today 'pACKING together an impressive string of par figures, Kim Bannister, defending champion and one of the pretourney favorites, carded an even-par 71 to capture medal honors in the Phoenix Country Club's 12th annual invitational golf tournament on the club course yesterday. Bannister held a three-stroki edge over Frank Stranahan of To ledo, O., who took runner-up hon ors with a 74, while Robert Card ner, another out-of-state contend er from La Jolla, Calif, posted a 75 to gain a tie for third place with Barge Pease, former state ama teur titlist. Five top-ranking threats wound up in a deadlock in the 76-braeket. Members of the group were Bob Goldwater, finalist last year; Tom Lambie, S. H. Graham, Greenwich, Conn., Russell Valentine of Globe and Bernard Brown. Two strokes .back came Jack Trimble, state amateur champion and three other linksters, M. L Wheeler, Chester Goldberg, jr., and Tom Coffin, while Wynne Willis o Tucson and Richard Taylor tiec with 79s. Dr. E. R. Foutz, former western states southpaw champion, gained the championship flight with an 80 Bannister wasted little time Raining the Jump on the bis; field. He registered a birdie- four on the first hole, matched regulation figures on the next two holes and then came up with a bogey-five on No. 4. He equaled standard figures to the ninth to make the torn in par-36. After firing a par-four on J;h 10th hole, Bannister lost, a strok with a bogey-five on the llth. H made that up when he dropped putt for a birdie-three on ppe No. 16 He came up with regulation score on the other holes to finish with a > p e n th in 13-hol par-35 for the final nine. The linksters will o match-play battles today affairs, then will step up the pac with two 18-hole rounds tomorrow Sunday's finale in the championshi flight will be over the 36-hole dis tance. All other matches will be a 18 holes. Phoenix Quintet Wins Tourney (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) The Phoenix Union High Schoo Pups pulled ahead in the wanin moments and defeated the Mes Union High School Bunnies, 36 t 32, in the championship finals o the class A second team basketba tournament yesterday at North Phoenix High School. With the count knotted at 32-32 Forward Ruben Zapien arched shot from deep court, and then Va Valdez caged a follow shot. The North Phoenix High Schoo Colts won third place by defeatin the St. Mary's High School Vikings, 31 to 24. The Colts had troubl breaking up the Vikings' slow brea' and failed to stop Pete Valenzuela' long shots, but were in common of the game all the way. . o PHOENIX QTJINT WINS (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) The Phoenix Indian School Inde pendents defeated the San Carlo 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 I Reed talli<d 12 for San Carlos. Hersch Collins HAS LUBRICATED 14,928 Cars W. Know Hew to Lubricate Your Car Van Buren at 5th St. Phone 3-2783 Club Tourney Pairings And Tee Times •FOLLOWING are the pairings and x tee times for first-round matches today in the Phoenix Country Club's 12th annual invitational golf tournament (qualifying scores in parentheses) : Championship Fllnht 1:18 D. m. — Kim Bannister (71) vs. S. H. Graham (76) (Greenwich, Conn.): Tom Lambie (76) vs. Chester Goldberg, jr., (78): 1:12— Robert Gardner (75)- (La Jolla. Calif.) vs. Tom Coffin (78); Bernard Brown (76) vs. Richard Taylor (79): 1:06 — Frank Stranahan (74) (Toledo. O.) vs. Jack Trimble (78): Russell Valentin* (76) (Globe) vs. Wynne Willi« (79) (Tucson): 1— Bante Pease (75) vs. M. L. Wheeler (78): Bob Goldwater (76) vs. Dr. E. R. Foutz (80). tint Flight 12:48— Harold Kenworthy (811 vs. J. R. Mulroy (83) -(Minneapolis); Everett R. Hamilton (82) (St Louis) vs. Robert Stranahan (83) (Toledo. O.): 12:42— C. A. Urton (81) vs. N. B. McGinnls (83): Earl Mayer (83) vs. Fred Barrows (84): 12:06— Richard Lang (81) vs. Jack Frennd (S3): Joe Zarrick (83) (La Jolla) «• Tommy Knoles (84) (Flazstaf t) ; 12:36 —Charles Gilmore (82) vs. H. H. Clarke f83) (Denver): D. F. Heaty (83) (San D»KO) vs. Harry Robertson, jr., (84). Second Flight 12:30— C. B. Webster. Jr.. (85) vs. C A. Rtbadow (87): Lorel Stapley (86> vs. E. stiles (89) (Minneapoli Meiczer (85) vs. Z. T. Addington .. apley polis): 12:24— N. . . : V. C. Armstronn (87) vs. Arthur Powers (89) (Chicago): 12:18— Ted Fahlen (851 vs. Tenny Jones' (88): J. C. Mueller (87) vs. Arnold Contnrier (89); 12:12—Buzz Daviw (86) vs. Dick Green- geld (88): BUI Sconce (87) vs! FraScur "001 (83). _ Tklm Flight Noon—Georze Miller (90) vs. F. B. Schwentker (91): C. O. Voight (91) (Den- y.er» vs Henry Warbasse (92): 11:54— Dutch Heltz (90) v«. B. N. Cartwright ">2) (La Jolla): Orley Stapley (91) vs. ;'• E. Peterson. Jr.. (92) (University of Arizona): 11:48—Karl Mangum (90) (Flagstaff) vs. Stanley Jermain (92): Geonte Peter (91) vs. Dr. H. Dorsey (92) '"• '• 11:42—W. T. Mulroy (90) . . vs. Tom Meanley lroy (92) (La . Jolla); Lewis Johnston ,(91) vs. Dick Walsh (93). Foirth Flight H-30— Harold Huffer (93) (Flagstaff) vs. Dewey Manlter (95); W. C. Cuebe- deaux (93) vs. E. H. Neese (97) (Betoit. Wit): 11:24— F. H. Ricketson. jr., (93) SS?lH r 5 vs ' E " J- Howa rt (96) (Seattle): BIIl_Cho!s«er (94) vs. H. W. Putnam (98) (Carthage. Mo.): 1138— C. R. Vanderhoff <?3) vs. harry White (96) (Chicago): A. T. ProcoDla (951 (La Jolla) vs. Arthur Kims (98): 11:12— Dr. E. S. West (93) (Yakima. Wash.) vs. Jack dilate (96); Dn Gothe Link (94) (Indianapolis) v«. Oscar Lundahl (981 (Flagstaff). Fifth Flight . ,11— Ned Leonard (98) vs. C P. Stevens (107) i : I. s. Ferguson (100) (San Dieso) ys M F. Mulroy (113) (Minneapolis) : «i2 6 T"T on L§ troud (99) v< - J - E - O'Keefe (112) (Carthaze. Mo.); D. P. Bowen HSJJ S Min ???£?"' ) ^, vs - Charts Thomas (119) (Rockford. Hi); Do-r?Jd Kellogg (101) Bye: Max Greenfield (102) Bye- Fred. Moore (1021 (Flagstaff! Bye; Ira. Msrtin (107) (Rockford. 111.) Bye. - o College Basketball Princeton 40. Harvard 26. Dartmouth 51. Yale 50. Rutgera SO. Maryland 45. Penn State 45. Georgetown 38. Lont Island 24. Michigan State 23. Loyola (Chicago) 38, Villanova 32. Duqueme 38, Waynesburg 29. Brown 34. Amherst 31. Bradley 49. Illinois Wesleyan 31. Auburn 35. Howard 21. Mississippi State 33, Misiisslppi 20. Louisiana Tech 54. Cententary 44. Baylor 82, Texas 48. PGA Selects Denver For Tourney Site 20—(AP)—It month's cam- TYENVER, Feb. tj took only a paigning, plus a $15,000 guarantee, to land the national Professional Solfers Association tournament for Denver next summer. Tom Walsh, president of the .'-.". PGA, announced at Miami today : 'that a poll of .the tournament committee won approval for the meet at Cherry Hills here July .7 to 13. ••-.-.This will be the first time the colorful match-play event ' : " for the cash collectors of the "- : fairways has been staged In the mountain section. The first - " national open ever held in the West was played at Cherry Hills in 1938. '-•_• Ralph Guldahl, who hasn't been ''~ : doing much in a title-winning way :;" lately, parlayed a liking for Cherry -'• ':. Hills' greens and a vast confidence " 'in himself into his second consecu- •" : tive national open championship "-" that year. .'•"-" Denver's successful bid for the .. ' PGA resulted from a visit made to ~ . San Francisco last month by Eddie . r. Ott, Denver night club owner, who ; .' wanted to line up visiting talent for a tournament he directs on : a mountain course near Evergreen. Ott learned that the PGA fathers might be agreeable to bringing; the meet here, al- -'.: though San Francisco and Milwaukee also were reported IB the market. A local committee sprang to work, prepared a formal invitation and began raising money for the gnu- - '- antee. • .:Byron Nelson of Toledo, O., won • \ the event last year with a 1-up - = victory against Sam Snead of Hot "-. ; : Springs, Va., in the finals. Guldahl never has won the PGA " crown, so Cherry Hills' rolling -'i battleground might be his place ='to do it. He rallied with a final • • 18-hole round of 69, two under '-. par, to win the open three yaars; ago by six strokes. . • The big.slope-shouldered Texan last spring showed he hadn't flor- ' gotten his way around the course "by shooting a 65 in an exhibition- with Snead. He might be a pretty : ' good "future book" favorite in the - " CAGE GAMES SLATED V (From Late Republic Edition Yesterday) Two games are scheduled tonight' in the Thursday Night Girls Basketball League at Northwest Playground. The Phoenix Indian School will meet Garfield at 7:30 o'clock' r and Madison and Father Emmett's Mission will play at 8:15. The league is sponsored by the Work; Projects Administration. • •*• - - v Fishing Days— —recorded on our 1941 a endar. Come in and get yours I FREE while they Int. WONDER REELS Reg. $6.30. Special George's Armory 1518 N. Central Ave. Same story all over the land— this spring's Manhattan Shirts are the finest collection yet! And we're proud to pass the word on here in town—we have them I Size-Fixt*, Man-Formed, Collar-Perfect, the shirt that's years ahead! White and attractive colors, from 2.00 Street Floor •Average fabrie shrinkage 1?« or . 1m. THE SHOP FOR MEN GOLDWATERS- since 1860 "the Best Always' new suits that look like spring made by Hollywood Clothes You 1 11 be a handsomer man when you step into this suit of doeskin gabardine I All wool in gleaming brown or a smooth natural shade. With trousers that hang straight and well-balanced, shoulders that give you freedom without wrinkles,! and all the other advantages of expert fit. Two-piece, 40.00 Street Floor The Store will be closed all day Saturday, Washington's Birthday. THE SHOP FOR MEN GOLDWATERS: •ince 18*9 "the Beat Always"

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