Pittsburgh Post-Gazette from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on November 27, 1947 · Page 51
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PITTSBURGH POiT-GAZETTEs THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1947- -51- nsmgton -.Favored to ar - Brack K New .Defeat Allegheny Valley Rivals Clash for Title Thursday On Forbes Field Gridiron By Fred P. Alger WPIAL football championship contender three times in cff. a rugged New Kensington High school football team : be seeking its second successive WPIAL, Class AA -tall title at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Forbes ,:i The equally tough Har-Brack Union eleven will be opposition, Football Selections of Leading Games by the Post-Gazette Yogis this. -: crprtunity to cop the; 'tit t St. Louis-Duquespe Penn-Cornell Jack Sell 99-31 .762 St. Louis Penn Tulsa-Ark; ansas. Arkansas Brown-Rutgers. Jack Hernon 98-32 .754 St. Louis Penn X. Greenbersj 96-34 .738 St. Louis Penn Arkansas Tulsa Broun Texas A & M -Texas . . Pitt-West Virginia. . Rutgers Rutgers AI Abraras 94-36 .723 St. Louis Penn Arkansas Fred Alger 94-36 .723 St. Louis Vince Johnson 93-37 .715 D. McGibbeny 90-40 .686 Gil Remlev 88-42 .677 Gundelfinger 71-59 .546 Consensus 96-34 .738 Duquesne St. Louis Duquesne St. Louis Penn Penn St. Louis, 7-2 Penn Penn Penn Penn, 9-0 Arkansas Arkansas j Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas, 8-1 Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Brown Brown Rutgers Texas Texas Texas Texas 1 Texas Texas Texas Rutgers, 6-3 Texas Texas Texas, 9-0 Army-Navy . W. Virginia Pitt W. Virginia Pitt W. Virgina Pitt V. Virginia Pitt W. Virginia Georgia Tech-Georgia. Army Army Army Army Army Army Army W. Virginia, 5-4 Navy Army Army, 8-1 Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech 3 a s: As the teams awai - the Kenster team favorite over their -y rivals. of which team wins ;-( xZ remain in that sector vf-ar That it i al. U i-Mil gallic niitJI UJC V tack as far as 192? when -:av?d their first engagement. - r.as ven eigru, lost, six ana c:r,:-sts with Union over srir. c: years which saw the cii c.s-:or.::r.ue their game be- cf ar. i--ter.se rivalry that Uter.ed tc gf troublesome. ik Relation Three Times iatior.s re severed for two :.-.s following 1932 and again xs.g the 19 10 campaign. Only; tour between the College All-Stars !a.i nir-m acn. uiatuuuuueu .and rarr.e with Ken only to be L.E. L.T. L.G. C. KG. K.T. RE. Q B. L.H. R H. F.B. MeLauen. eiip HiJUrd Uwn. ? "- SBifi. HAR-BRArK HrrrU liw.se or Tunbira Nitoski Ko;ik,ki rn.twrk J. Khn OlTMh Smittle BV-c France tkinson Thrower Sadowsk) po Block Yestrmn Modelimki Rebele. Tmnir. t.m- UnnnoB Vie Lrnch. Field Judre All-Stars Play Soccer Here Five Penn State Players on Squad The first game of a three-city amateur ned to meet the Fletchermen -e post-season game. - Ker.sters, in rampaging; ;gh their last three seasons! . :i wins in 26 starts, will be! 3 form as defending champs, ach Den Fletcher of New Kenton has turned out another caliber eleven, one that won straight games. He nasi r.rJi among his backs with; :i Vestrand, Vince Pisanoj W.lhe Thrower all showing! u during trie sea V soccer be teams will played at Bridge ville Park Thursday afternoon. The remainder of the triD will r a lr o tio roil I legians to St. Louis Saturday, and Chicago Saturday. Five me m-1 Boston College-Holy Cross. Miss. State-Mississippi Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Bos. CoIL Bos. Coll. Bos. Coll. Bos. Coll. Bos. CoH. Bos. Coll. Holy Cross Ga. Tech j Ga. Tech Ga. Tech, 9-0 Bos. CoIL Bos. Coll Bos. Coll, 8-1 Oklahoma-Okla. AtM. Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi Miss. State Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi, 8-1 Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Tex. Christian-SMC . Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma SMC SMTJ SMU N. Carolina-Virginia. SMTJ N. Carolina I S3ITJ SMTJ SMTJ SMTJ Oklahoma Oklahoma, 9-0 SMU SMU, 9-0 N. Carolina X. Carolina Nebraska-Ore. State. Nebraska N. Carolina j X. Carolina Nebraska Tennessee-Vanderbilt . Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska N. Carolina Ore. State Virginia N. Carolina N. Carolina N. Carolina, 8-1 Nebraska Ore. Stat Tennessee Tennessee Vanderbilt Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Nebraska Nebraska, 7-2 Tennessee Ken High BacUfield Threat Dean Ilartman Penn State Or. h:s line he can depend i leam win De on tne squaa, wnicn .. Cent?: Dick Tamburo, Guard i111 be coached Dy Bill Jeffrey, Jdn K:zikowski, End Johnj1011 soccer mentor, ski ar.d Tackle Bill HorrelL The quintet includes Captain Dean Hartman, Gene Graebner, (Ralph Hosterman, Fred Kretzer and Dean Witmer. The remainder f- shews the outstanding full-pf the squad will be made up of -: cf the season in Big Eddie: players from Maryland, West iieizewski, a line-ripping, leath- i Chester State Teachers, Temple f:ter who has shown scoring: and Lehigh. j:y throughout the season.;' Irj Sadcwskv. his running! A . . standing Fullback -Brack, coached by Neil j-. is another capable ball nan I On the line Brown has such nrts as Bill Smith, an ex- or.aily good end; Tom Placko, : D;ck Parobeck, guard and "ry Olezscak, a tackle, comparison cf scores in which Erack and Ken played the It? schools leaves little to l"se from. Union beat Central h he. 28-13 and Ken wnn nvnr, sane team, 20-6. Har-Brackl : Sharon. 25-6 while the Ken- won 3S-6, over Sharon. A! cf strength for both teams a games with Vandergrift. Srack beat the Vans 13-0 and yon over the same team, 13-7 j ar.y comparison of scores t room for doubt, th teams are up for the con-sad a record crowd for a -I. game is expected. The s will open at noon. For the Fletchers New Kensington High School football players have an added incentive to beat Har-Brack in the WPIAL Class AA championship game at Forbes Field Thanksgiving Day. It's the fifteenth wedding anniversary of their coach. Don Fletcher, and his wife, Billie, affectionately called "The Boss" by the team. The players walked into the Fletcher home Wednesday night with a premature gift. A play ers spokesman said: "As a gift for your wedding anniversary on Thanksgiving, we promise you that we'll beat Har-Brack and keep the Class AA championship." "Styled in the John Shore Manner 8, IT. 5 I If - V ? , U 1 " , , !) MmiHiiVlOTM iiiinUfff 1 'y XzfC, TV V Tennessee, 8-1 Post -Gazette Photo WHALIN WILLIE THROWER, junior left halfback who has .been a standout passer for Don Fletcher's Ken High teams the last three Seasons, will be pitching against Har-Brack in the WPIAL Class AA playoff game at Forbes Field Thursday. Thrower's touchdown tosses for the defending champions range from five to 55 yards on the fly. Notice long hands gripping ball. Nickname is Mitts. Hornets Edge Capitals, 2-1 (Continued from Preceding Page) Pittsburgh plays at Hershey on Thanksgiving night while the Caps go to Cleveland, where they play the Barons Saturday. Elwyn (Moe) Morris, Hornet backliner, returned to action after a long layoff for an injured foot. Neither team was able to score in a rough, fast opening period during which both teams shone on defense. Both eoalies were sham iin spirited skirmishing in front of their nets. i Ralph (Red) Almas, the Cap netminder, received a gash in the left eyebrow late in the session and he had to retire for repairs ,at 16i21. He returned to action jwith two stitches in his eyebrow and a tape over it. j The intermission was moved up and the remaining three minutes and 39 seconds of the initial equalizing. Todd Sloan scored from Pete Backor in just 21 seconds. At 17:29 Phil Samis cross checked Sclisizzi into the boards at the southeast corner so sav agely that the latter had to be taken out of the game. Samis spent the next two minutes in the cooler but the Wasps kept even with a stout defense. Other casualties in the second period were Pete Langelle, who needed two stitches for a cut over the eyebrow and Announcer Ray Downey who had his hat knocked off by an out-of-bounds shot propelled by Stan Kemp near the end of the session. Downey's cut needed only one stitch in the top of his scalp. The third period was played at full tilt almost from buzzer to buzzer despite the fact that fivej penalties kept the teams short- 3t. Louis U. Favored To Beat Duquesne ST. LOUIS, Mo, Nov. 26 UP) Neither team has an impressive record but St. Louis University is rated two-touchdown favorite over Duquesne's young and battered squad for Thanksgiving Day encounter expected to draw about 10,000 to Walsh Stadium tomorrow. The weather outlook is for cloudy skies and perhaps light snow. Billikens lost their four most recent games but the squad was pronounced in good condition whereas John Schriver, advance agent for the Dukes, lists the regular quarterback and three regu-ular halfbacks out with injuries. Six others, including four front line players, have injuries that may limit their activities in behalf of the Duquesne cause. However, the single wing formation with flanker sometimes used by the Pittsburgh team could enable it to hand the Billikens their seventh defeat in 10 games for one of St. Louis' worst seasons. The Bills could not fathom the single wing used by Wichita University, the only other team to use it against them exten sively this season. Although Duquesne has shown a good pass defense, the Bills wilL as usual, rely greatly on the passing of Quarterback Jack Rooney. This will be the last game of the season for eight St. Louis players, and it also closes out the season for the visitors, so neither coach will have to economize on their player strength a factor both have contended with. Prob able lineup: ST. iouis Po. L E. L.T. L.G. C. R G. R T. RE. QB. L.H. R.H. F.B. Weisner Nape Jackstadt Sweeney PaDp&s . Otto Sortal Rooney D. Alberts Donohoe Hemp DUQUESNE Yacina Ostapowicz Fritx Zaney Fay Huffner Squires Bukowiki GlllOOlT Arkellan Gottlieb Hockey Summary .MFKIC.r LEAGUE WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS 2 Pittsburgh Indianapolis 1 Spruirfif id Fhiladelph Max Kielbasa j Returned To Steeler Roster The badly battered Pittsburgh Steelers Wednesday recalled Max Kielbasa, former Duquesne university halfback, to bolster a back- field weakened by injuries sunerea in the walloping at the hands of the Chicago Bears last Sunday. Kielbasa was released by the Steelers a few weeks ago and he immediately hooked up with the McKeesport-Duquesne Ironmen of the Pennsylvania Professional League. The Ironment won the championship in that circuit. The Steelers will likely face the powerful Philadelphia Eagles in the decisive battle at Philadelphia Sunday without the services of Johnny Clement, its leading ground gainer and passing star; Walt Slater, another backfield dependable and leading punt return er, plus Quarterback Bill Garnaas. Clement suffered a dislocated left elbow in the Bear game and has it in a cast, while Slater and Garnaas came out of the bruising battle with severe Charley horses. Steeler coaches are not counting on Clement to take part in the Eagle game and consider Slater and Garnaas as doubtful starters. Coach Jock Sutherland put the squad through another long workout Wednesday morning and had Gonzales Morales running in Clement's tailback position. Morales took over against the Bears when Johnny Zero and Slater were forced out of action. 6 Tlereland Buffalo 3 STANDING OF THE CLUBS EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Hershey 9 7 FroTidenee ..... 9 9 New Haven , . S 7 Washington .... 6 12 Philadelphia. ... 6 12 Springfield 5 12 Pts. GP. G. 22 72 72 20 85 82 19 59 58 14 5i 82 13 67 S3 13 65 89 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. PITTSBURGH.. 13 2 Buffalo 11 5 Iidianapolis ... 1 1 9 Cleveland 9 6 St. Loan 12 T. Pts. GP. GA. 3 29 83 42 2 24 75 62 1 23 95 74 2 20 57 3 15 63 85 Porridge Bowl Rivals Set Instead of the three" bears, it'll be Mt. Lebanon's Wildcats and the Kittens going to . the Porridge Bowl, perhaps just once too often, as they tangle with the Brushton Merchants and Ruthfred Boys' Club at Mt. Lebanon High School Stadium Turkey Day afternoon. The Wildcats, defending cham pions of the Porridge Bowl, are rated slierht underdogs in the tough test with the Brushton boys, who are given the nod on experience. They'll answer a 2:30 kick-: off call, while the Kittens and Ruthfred, teams of 8 to 10-year-; old boys, are slated to do their stuff at 1:15. A crowd of 8,000 is predicted for the annual grid games. Lineup of the Wildcat-Brushton game: WILDCATS Klrsopp Basketball Results raTHOLir YOUTH LEAGUE 38 Assamntinn Annaneiatinn 19; 37 St. Joseph rroteet St. Mepnen -35 Pos. L.E. L.T. L.G. C. R.G. K.T. r. L.H. R.H. F.B. Referee Kindle Willouehby McChncy D. cliy Hoie Lone B. Kelly Gorr P. Williams BRUSHTON Scalzo Vita Mancuso McNally. Sy.ve.iter Rcnn Cowan White R. Drew Giunto Mastrandea INDEPENDENT ! Refpree ftreve nnAnar T mMm,. Tnh. 1 Broderieks West. Research 27'Simon. Field 1ude John tfwiH nmnfr, 36 Marry F.ljer 31 'Harry Rnbb. stanza was tacked in front of the! handed much of the time. ; second, which was started with jonly a buzzer and a faceoff. j The Caps hit the cords first j when Nelson Podolsky banged one I in at 3:20 with help from D. Mor-'rison and Tony Licari. The shot was from 10 feet out at the right. When Barry Sullivan was thumbed off for holding at 11:00 the Hornets wasted no time in The Hornets finally registered the deciding goal when O'Flaherty took a long, cross-ice pass from Samis and then raced half the length of the rink to beat Almas at 18:28. Indianapolis thought it had its second goal early in the period but the rubber hadn't quite reached the red line. Simpson made the attempt. 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