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Lubbock Morning Avalanche ^™*z^wvmzm!y^== -=-r~^~»~^™~~, ^^ Page 10 Thursday, March 12, 1942 C U PkAT HE CON/IPL-ETE Durant Teachers Nose Out Raiders In Thriller, 37-36 Free Shot In Finol Minute Eliminates Texas Tech In National Tournament (By The Associated Preas) KANSAS CITY, March 11 _ Two missed free throws electnfymg 30 seconds of play brought about the in the of he aou e of he * Te * Red Raiders in the National Intercollegiate bas! ketball tournament here todBy while an upset victory was credited to the Southwestern Scate Teartiers team of Durant Okla 37 36 wh ^. L - T - P a tt?n cashed in on a gratis shot in the flast hai/-nS' - ihe Red Raiders haa advanced to the second round with a vktorv Tuesday over Louisiana Tech, and were setting ?he pace in today's game until the closing seconds. The Raiders led 16 to 12 at haSe The score was tied at 36-all with hal =7; ""- "«s«<s oo-ujjus. ine .reamers led 16 to 1' at h The score was tied at 36-all with half a minute to go! On a „, — — Vfoul, Norman Voltz missed Army Life Gets Joe "In Shape" - FORT DIX, N. J., March 11 (IF) As though income tax time and the draft and such matters weren't enough just now, the heavyweights in general and Ample Abie Simon in particular were informed today that Joe Louis is stronger now than he's ever been. Of course, this is like saying a red_ pepper is hotter when, doused with mustard, but it is the awful truth, nevertheless, because Buck Private Joe, himself, say it's so What's more, Joe says, this Army" life is the thing that turned the Vtrick and changed him from a comparative weakling into the great,big strong man he's suddenly become. X Full Day's Work 'l lt>s , only toe Army work Thi bos and stuff]" Private Joe said as he IS" Tech went through his chores in prep- ~ - - f - aration for his March 27 Madison Square Garden party with Si- r«rt>* *'T3*« t- ».1 * • . - and , s an Patton hit Tech still had a chance to tie the score again, but Garland .Heads toss from the toe-line rimmed the iron and fell harmlessly In one o£ the closest battles of tne tournament, Byron Gilbreath ?- ,£ e , nter ' a § ain distinguished himself by scoring 15 points, 11 of them in the furious last half. Other Results In other second round games today and tonight, the Pittsburgh Teachers of Kansas defeated the Lutner college quintet of Decorah, la. 48-38; Indiana State Teachers of Terre Haute won from Simpson coJJege of Indiaola, la 51-43- Southwest college of Winfield) Kas., the 1939 national champion mew a lo-iS nalftime advantage and lost to Hamline university of ' 3U 1 - ' i, Central Missouri ° Warrensburg, winner in , won from High Point, N. C college, 59-40; East Central State ° f $*?' Okla " Ind., college, 42-30 . Valley college of Mar shall Ma, won from Stout insti Th« bos score: mon. "But when you're in the Army, you don't get out as much. There's not so much time for foolin' around. So you just buvfci up naturally." Joe isn't kidding about that. His program these days is as full as a glamour gal's date book. He's up at six a. m. for six miles of roadwork. When he comes back he ... takes an hour's nap, then sits Sdown for some work with a knife and fork, and then has to run through his two-hour daily drill in his basic Army training. After that, he has his work to do. for the Army emergency relief fund affair with Abie. Whit Wyatt Still A Dodger Problem BUCHANAN, Ga., March 11. (ff) Whitlow Wyatt, the holdout Brooklyn pitcher, and Dodger President Larry MacPhail seem to be getting nowhere fast in efforts to reach a 1942 contract agreement The hurler, who won 22 victories in Brooklyn's pennant-copping campaign last season, said today he had been offered $13,500 by MacPhaal and declared this was a very small increase over his 1941 salary. He would not say what figure he is asking but indicated it was not as high as the $20 000 some reports placed it . Head, f Irons. I Gilbreath, Vote, ' ™ CAHDS 9 -" INDIANS 4 CLEARWATER Fla., March 11 ~ SOX MEET CUBS r^' CaUf - March "• Chicago White Sox whose conditioning program thus r« h !f,. been dev °id of anything resembling game conditions, get com P etiti °n at Los An^ would play shortstop in the ab sence of Holdout Luke Appling YANKS TAKE SENATORS u S wSL™?? 1 "^' Fla " ^ ch bfaniSr^ e £ ew York ' Yankees blanked Washington, 4-0 in an ., . c i~~T*t St ' LoLUS Cardinals scalped the Cleveland Indians 9 to 4 in the Tribe's first home exhibition game of the grapefruit league. The only Redskins who made full u^ of his warclub was Les l-leming, up fr 0m Nashville of the Southern association, who got a flomer and a single in two chances. FANS CHEER WILLIAMS SABASOTA, Fla., March 11. OT A crowd of 800 applauded Ted Williams m friendly fashion too- theuAm «ican League's batting champion struck out as a pinch-hitter while the Boston Red Sox were bowing to the Cin- cinn o e cinnati Reds by a 6-5 margin DR. J. B. McCORKLE DENTIST 307 Myrick B-uIdin s Lubbock. Tessa Phone 6591 Buy A Defense Bond TODAY1 ANNOUNCING GRANVIUE JOHNSON DRUD STORE 1947 19th - _ Dial 6142 formerly Hotel Drug Co. PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE "•"••»•• — •• — •.., Save up to 50% on Unredeemed Diamonds, Watches, etc. *! Licensed and Bonded COS CCX Dr. Waiter J. Howard DENTIST 403 Myrick Bldg. Dial 5621 Schoolboy Baseball Tournament Planned A state high school baseball tournament wiJl be staged at Dallas m May and a West Texas representative will be entered, Fred Rich, district director, said Wednesday. P. C. Cobb, Dallas city schools athletic director who has sponsored the tournament the last four years, informed Rich of plans to continue the event, possibly the middle of May. Rich became district director by virtue of his Cooper High school teams winning the district title last year. He urged that high school coaches not schedule games past the latter part of April, in order that they may play off postponed, contests before the district tourney early in May. They play-off event probably will be conducted in Lubbock, although definite plans have not been completed. "I don't know how we will "et the winning club to Dallas, but we t certainly will in spite of tire rationing," rtich said, Durocher Suspends One, Reprimands Two DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., March 11. (8>) —A heated clubhouse session overshadowed the diamond drill of the Brooklyn Dodgers today and resulted in the indefinite suspension of Pitcher Johnny Allen and reprimands for three other players. "I have suspended Allen indefinitely for violation of training rules m Havana," said Manager L 6 n* D " r ° cher - "A series of incidents left -me no alternative I have reprimanded at least three other players for conduct unbecoming Dodgers and each one of them will have to make satisfactory explanations to me before I take further action against them." 0 WHITEWASH, PLUS ST. LOUIS. (IP) — S e V en Na tional league hurlers turned in Q rJ? ame Performances last year. They were Lon Warneke .Hank Gornicki, Tom HITPVIM' Johnny Vander Meer, Pauf EricS son, Whit Wyatt and Truett SeW- ell. Gornicki and Hughes were r° ok ^f_and Gornicki went back to day. Stiteler, Jones And Russell In Lead" At Waco IT e«») , March 11—Harry Stiteler of Corpus Christ!, Pete Jones of Bryan and H. N. (Rusty) Russell of Masonic Home (Fort Worth) were labeled top contenders today for the coaching post at Waco High school left vacant by dismissal of Paul Tyson after 28 years at the helm of Tiger gridiron fortunes Superintendent R. H. Brister said no one had been definitely considered for the place but that a large number of Texas coaches had called about the job and that a large number of applications already had been received. Seek Young Coach "There has been no disposition of the assistant coaches," Brister added. "This will have to come before members of the board get down to the actual job of considering applicants. We will have a meeting in the next few days to dispose of this matter* and then we will be in a position to get down to the task of selecting a new coach." Reports indicated the board would not consider a coach over 35 years of age, and this would knock out several of the leading candidates, but Brister said while :he board was looking for a young nan to take over the coaching duties, it would not let a few years stand in the way of appointment f a capable mentor was satisfac- ;ory in all other ways. Tyson, who s around 50 years o£ age, has been coaching for 30 years. Curtis Is Applicant' Charlie Moore, one of Tyson's assistants, was also counted in the running but is interested in his Navy application and may not be available. Other coaches being entioned strongly included Carroll Wood of Cameron, Harry hambless of Electra, Otho Tiner of Graham and Eck Curtis of Breckenridge. Well-informed circles were inclined to believe it would be at least-two weeks before the coach was selected. ac o minors shortly after his big HE KNEW 'EM ALL BOSTONW-The new coach of u ? n Red Sox, Larry.Wood- all, caught under lour managers— ilughje Jennings, Ty Cobb, George Monarity and Bucky Harris !! while with Detroit. The Tigers sold u t0 c- Port!a nd in 1929. °He was th. San Francisco as a coach from 1934 through last season! DE COHREVONT ENLISTS CHICAGO, March 11. (5V-Bill DeCorrevont, Northwestern university football star, enlisted in the Navy as an ordinary seaman today. Lesnevich Is Defeated By Jim Bivins CLEVELAND, March 11. ~~ Jimmy Bivins gave Gus Lesnevich. a_ slugging lesson tonig'it to win a decisive ten-round verdict over me light heavyweight champion m a non-title bout. The winner weighed 176 1-4 and Lesnevich 17o. The Cleveland negro, who dran a quart of water in order to scale over the 175 pound limit, turned loose his artillery to knock the champion down briefly in the second round. Bivins also bloodied Lenevich's nose, and opened a wide cut under the titleholder's right eye in the fourth as he captured six rounds with one even and the other three going to Gus. Realizing he was soundly beaten, Gus came back to make hi; best showing in the last round hurting Bivins with an uppercu and rushing him constantly—but he didn't get in the haymaker he needed. Bivins 1 good scrap may have earned him a title go against Lesnevich, who is scheduled to report this weekend to the coast guarc as a carpenter, third class, with the expectation of getting enough time off to continue the kind of fighting where there's a referee A'S BEAT SACRAMENTO ANAHEIM, Calif., March 11. —The Athletics smashed over six runs in the first inning today, but it took a sixth inning scratch single by Larry "Crash" Davis to drive in the run that gave the A's an 8 to 6 victory • today over Sacramento of the Pacific Coast league. , Lubbock, Texas PHILS BLANK GIANTS MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 11 OS 5 )-—Winning their first game for Manager Hans Lobert, the Philadelphia Phils opened their spring training series of exhibitions today by shutting out the Nek York '"-iants, 2-0. WILKINSON TO GOPHERS SYRACUSE, N. Y., March 11 (/P) -harles (Bud) Wilkinson, football me coach at Syracuse university for five years, resigned today and said he would leave tomorrow for Minneapolis to accept an offer to become Minneapolis freshman coach and varsity scout. YORK GETS ULTIMATUM i LAKELAND, Fla., March 11 (/P) reneral Manager Jack Zeller..of he Detroit Tigers today issued - Ex-Boy Wonder Manager Gives New One Credit ' Fla -. GS>- The • best judge of Lou Boudreau, the "boy wonder" manager of the Cleveland Indians, is Stanley Raymond (Bucky) Harris, the "boy wonder" manager of the Washington Senators in 1924. The best judgment of one "boy wonder" on another is that the 24- year-old manager of the Indians will get along all right. "I like the way he handles himself, said the now-greying Harris, who managed Washington to two pennants in succession in 1924-25. "He has the stuff that managers are made of. "People keep asking me if managing the club will hurt his playing. My answer is 'no* — not ri"ht away, at least. "As a matter of fact, being the manager probably will fire him up for the next couple of years, or maybe longer. He'll be trying so hard that his own playing will be good. Maybe after that first thrill of being manager wears off, he will worry about the gambles that HP is taking, hut ihat is somethin" that will come later. .......... ° Keiser And Harper Win 4^Ball Event ''Dark Horses' 7 Come Through With Big Display Of Sub-Par 1 Golf In Finals (By Th» Associated Fresjj F1 ^-' March li — Herman Keiser and Chandler Harper, t1 ra ^ y g0l ^ S Wh ° got to the finals ov " the toughest - ? ?, mi Biltmore's International four-ball tournament a relentless dispJay of birdies and pars. H ing r the - ir *? Ofis admirabl y. they bowled over Jack and Ben Loving, 4 and 3, to win $1,000 apiece. ™™; J^S 11 ^ 131 "^ ^ a four - hole edge with a brilliant 64 on the morning 18 and a bird le on the 19th, then matched the best their opponents could do for 14 straight holes. route tatav today Minneapolis Opens New Braunfels Camp . NEW BRAUNFELS, March 11 ',¥) — The Minneapolis Millers of :he American association will open spring training here tomorrow with 26 players to report. Voluntary retirement, defense jobs and military service have :aken a heavy toll of Manage>Mike Kelley's squad. The Millers open their exhibition schedule March 22 with Springfield of the. Eastern League. SWIM MEET SET COLLEGE STATION, March 11 IPh- The annual Southwest con- 'erence swimming meet will be held here March 20 and 21, Coach Art Adamson of the Aggies said oday. •As usual the battle is expected o be between A. and M. and Texas with the latter favored to vin. 24-hour ultimatum to Rudy York o end his holdout 'or leave the raining cpmn here. York said he vould go homes. distance. Harper, quiet Portsmouth, Va., pro, applied, the clincher on the 33rd. The home course player, Loving, had rammed home a 10- foot putt for a Birdie four. With nearly 2,000 spectators watched, Harper lined up an eight-foot putt, and tapped the ball straight for the bottom of the can. Grout Sinks 140-Yarder It was Keister, Akron, Ohio, teacher, who carried the load during, the thrilling morning round. He fired birdies on the third with a 15-foot putt, on the ninth from fwejeet, on the 10th from 25, on me i4Ui from 10, on the iSth from 13, on the 17th from 22 and on the 18th after chipping dead to the pin. . Harper got the heaviest blows m the afternoon, getting birdies on the 19th, 22nd, 23rd, 27th, 28th and 33rd holes, with putts ranging from gimmies" to 15 feet. Black haired Grout from Pittson, Pa., was the big gun for his team. One of his contributions was a sensational eagle two on the 437-yard 13th, where he sank a full eight iron shot from about 140 yards out. The ball bounced once on the green and lodged in the cup. . Lefty Gomez has won 183 games m 12 years with the New York Yankees. Dallas Sells Hurler To Dodgers' Farm 1 DALLAS, March 11 (£>>—President George Schepps of the Dal club of the Texas League announced today he had sold Garth (Red) Mann, right-handed pitcher, to President Larry McPhail of the Brooklyn Dodgers for the Montreal club of the International league. 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