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Yankees Shut Out Coach AMERKAN LEAGUE, w I pet. | w Ronton 91 40 .698 CIevrian4 58 N. York 7# SI 594|< Mcagn 87 Detroit 71 88 87.1H1. I .oui* 89 Wack'ton 62 88 .488,1’htl'pills 4S RATIONAL LEAGUE, w I pct. | w St. I.nill* 78 48 .AIA C’lnclnnstt 8A Brooklyn 78 80 .AWO Phil’phi* 84 < tilrago AA 68 . 868 Nrw York AS Bouton 68 AO .6UiPltt*burgh 48 AMERMAN ASSOCIATION. Masterson Greets 87 ‘Giants ...Plenty of Beef at Thirty Lettermen Report for Drills BY NORRIS ANDERSON. It was Hollywood day in the University of Nebraska football camp Saturday as the heftiest collection of muscle- sn-the-hoof seen in Comhuskerland in many moons strutted before the photographers. Eighty-seven gridders, including 30 lettermen of wartime and pre-war years, answered GOMER JONES TALKS IT UP— Pictured with the new Husker line coach are four of his prospective linemen, Jack Evans of Grand Island, who might be used in the backfield; Bus Pfund of Norfolk; Harold Ansnes, Lincoln, and Carl Samuelson of Grand Island. (Staff Photo.) Puma Bags $1,000 Blue Border The Puma, a 10-year-old bay gelding and the oldest horse in the race, topped off a highly successful fairgrounds campaign by beating out American Oma and Dallas Flash in a photo finish to take the $1,000 Hotel Cornhusker handicap Saturday as the Nebraska State Fair’s 16-day racing session came to a close. Jockey Leon Hall moved The Ppma to the front on the first lap of the one mile and 70 yards event and fought off the challenges of the field in the stretch to win by a head. The Puma, who won three times in five starts at the Lin- ^^coln track, paid $8.40, 4.80. 3.00 and was timed in 1:47 3-5. Second-place American Oma returned $9.00, 5.60 and Dallas Flash paid $3.40. Jack Sparks, 5-1 outsider, ran away with the seven furlong sixth race to set a new Fairground record for the distance. Ridden by D. Barnett, Jack Sparks romped under the wire in 1:24 to clip two-fifths of a second off the old mark set by Jubilate Boy on Aug. 22. The J. Farhart and R. E. Stewart owned horse gave its backers a handsome $14.20 for two while San Loyal, the favorite, and Hard Life finished second and third. • • • A NEW HIGH of $117,175 went thru the mutuel room windows Saturday with $103,470.20 being returned to the bettors. C. L. Sisson’s Hard Life was claimed for the $1,250 price, but the owner refused to turn over his horse and was suspended for the duration of the meeting. The case was turned over to the Nee braska State Racing Commission. Mad Time, who finished second in the fifth event, was claimed by Mrs. Vern Gentry for $600. The results: ►TRST RACE: Purse SACO, allowances Benny Hogan Slashes Par In Tourney Triumphs in Rich Hopeful 70 .498 72 .424 71 .409 Nats 4-0 w I pet louisville HA 6A AOA Mlnn’p’s Ind’p’* 84 80 .587 Kus. Ult* w I pet 70 74 .488 04 78 .481 WASHINGTON. OF). Floyd Bev ens tossed a neat seven-hitter Saturday to post his 16th win as the Miiw’kee ao Tt am C olobus sa ss .400 New York Yankees defeated the INTERNATIONAL LEALI A w I Mi " * Montreal 95 48 .884 Newark Hymen ne 7A 87 . 89l( Toronto 74 70 .514 AS 78 .458 Baltimore 74 AH .821 Rochester BA 82 .418 Buffalo 74 A9 .SniJersey Cy 84 88 .878 Saturday's Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE. for three year old* and upward, about fire furlong*. Time :58 I/S. Mr Tramline iMagn'aon *8.30 2.40 2 20 Melancholy (Leellng) 2.40 2.20 Kitty Kantar (Hall) 2.80 Alw) ran: High Mentone*, Omar Lady, Battling Ann, Starmar SECOND RACE: Purse *A00, claiming for three year Olde and up, about five furlongs. Time :58. Kenny's Girl (Retie!#) ALAO 4.AO 3.80 Judge Lewis (Wantage) 8.60 8.60 Sweet Beau (Magnusson) 6 40 Also ran: Michael, Traoswise, Gone-By, San* Rival. Daily Double. *14 SO. THIRD RACE: Purse *600. claiming for three year olds and up, about five furlong*. Time :58 3/5. Frisky Al (Jordan) *4.40 2 80 2.60 Lena May < Magnusson > 3.00 2.60 Bold One (Rentage) 3.40 Also ran: Buck Post, Do It, Phantom Junior FOURTH RACE: Purse *600, claiming for three year olds and up. six and one- half furlongs. Time 1:23 4/5. :,ve Man Riot (Mag’on) *29.60 ll 60 5 40 BAU I Rettele) lft OO 7 60 Victory Sleet (Hall) 5.60 Also ran: Ne go Broom. Arkose, Juntsx. Swooper, Brown Mask. FIFTH RACE: Purse *600, claiming for 3-year-olds and upward, about five furlong*. Time :57. Kitty Carroll (Santage) *18 20 6 20 3.40 Mad Time (Jordan) 3.60 2.60 First Meeting (Rettele) 2.80 Also ran: Glady* M, High Trust, Per alan Fox, Insota. SIXTH RACE: Purse *600. claiming for 3-year-olds and up, about seven furlongs, Time 1.24. Jack Sparks (Barnett) *14.20 9 00 5.40 Hard Life (Leellng) 9 20 5.80 San Loyal (Hall) 3.20 Also ran: Topsy’a Pride, Derby Lee Narghileh. LOS ANGELES. (IF). Ben Hog^n, golf’s mighty atom, continued to pulverize par Saturday in the second round of the Golden State Open golf tournament, posting a two-under 69 to go with his first round 66. • • • HIS 36-HOLE total of 135 put him two strokes ahead of his nearest competitors, stocky Herman Barron of White Plains, N. Y„ and Jack Gage, surprising San Bernardino, Calif., professional, who tied with 137. Barrow had the day’s best card of 67 over the California Country Club course. Hogan, national PGA champion, slashed out a half-dozen birdies, four of them on the first nine when it appeared he would open an even wider margin on his rivals. The Hershey, Pa., 135 pounder lost some of his wiz- ardy on the bark nine, however, going from 33 to 36. The former Texan increased his first round margin by a stroke. Herman Keiser of Akron, O., who was only one blow behind at the end of 18 holes, slipped back to par 71 to wind up in the fourth spot with a 138 total. • • • GROUPED AT 139 were Tony f’enna, Cincinnati, who shot a 70 to go with his earlier 69, and U. S. Open champion Lloyd Mangrum, Chicago, who posted 69 on top of a first round 70. Clicking for duplicate 70’s again were Jimmy Demaret of Houston, Tex., and long-driving Chick Harbert, Detroit, both totaling 140 for 36 holes. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. (A*). John R. Bradley’s favored Blue Border Saturday won the 42nd running of the Hopeful Stakes, closing day feature of Saratoga’s richest meeting. • • • FAVORITE IN the betting off his track performance in the Grand Union Hotel Stakes a week ago, Blue Border held on in a long stretch drive to nose out William Helis’ $29,500 yearling, Cosmic Bomb, and win the same two-year old feature his daddy, Bimelech, captured in 1939. Carrying 112 pounds and piloted by Cuban Abellardo de Lara, Blue Border rattled off the BVi furlongs in 1:17, equal­ ling the track record the swift Boojum chalked up 27 years ago. Cosmic Bomb failed to get the $6,(KIO second money when he was disqualified after a claim of foul. As a result, Mrs. Isabel Dodge Sloane’s Grand Admiral, who finished half a length back of the leaders, was second, with lightly regarded Johnny Dimick, from the barn of A. J. Sackett, taking third money BLUE BORDER returned $5.10, $3.80 and $3.20 to his supporters in the crowd of 23,944 on hand for the card. It was announced the stewards disqualified Cosmic Bomb because his jockey, Shelby Clark of McLeansboro, 111., had “grabbed the saddle cloth” of Blue Border thru the stretch. Clark was suspended indefinitely and the case was referred to the stewards of the jockey club. Nrw York 4, Washington 9. Boston 4. Philadelphia 2. Cleveland 3, Chicago 2. Detroit ll, St. l<ont* 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New Tork 2, Brooklyn I. Philadelphia 10-2, Boston 6-14. Pittsburgh 6, St. I-OOI* I. Cincinnati 6, Chicago 9. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Columbus 8, Toledo 2. louisville ll, Indls"-* ’ Kansas!) City 9. Milwaukee 8. St. Paul 17, Mlnneaiwii INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 9-10, Baltimore 2-0. Myra ruse ll, Jersey City 0. Buffalo IO, Rochester 0. Montreal 5, Toronto 4. MOI THERN AMHOCIATION Atlanta IO. Utile Rock I. Memphis 6, Birmingham 8. Chattanooga 6, New Orleans 4. Mobile 7, Nashville 2. Washington Senators 4-0 in the t^jjopener of a two-game series. It ‘“ was the tall righthander’s fourth shutout of the campaign. The Yankees salted away the game in the fi^st inning when they hopped on Rae Scarborough for three runs, Joe DiMaggio driving in two with a double and Nick Etten accounting for the other with a single. Etten paced the Yanks attack with three blows, one of them a triple which gave the New Yorkers their final tally in the sixth. Hit Hen Probable Pitchers NATIONAL LEAGUE. Brooklyn ut New Y'ork (2)1 (6-10) and Lombard! (11-8) vs. Trlnkle (6-11) and Voltaic (8-11). Mf. I .outs at Pittsburgh (2): Breeheen (11-12) and Manger (0-0) vs. Ostermueller 9) and Henilzelman (8-10). Chlrago at Cincinnati (2): Schmitt (9-9) and Bit horn (6-8) vs. Beggs (8-8) and (lambert (8-6). Boston at Philadelphia (2): Lee (8-7) and Main (15.12) vs. Mulrahy (2-3) and gtanceu (2-3). AMERICAN LEAGUE. Philadelphia at Boston: Ravage (2-12) Dobson (11-6). Cleveland at Chicago; Feller (22-10) va. Haynes (4-7). New York at WasMngteai Chandler (16-7) vt. Haefner (12-9). Detroit at Bt. Louis: Trucks (8-16) vs. Gatehouse (6-16) or Zoldafc (8-10). New York ab h o a Wash'tonab h o a RIZ ZU to ss 5 I 2 Horace lf 4 2 3 0 Johnson 3b 3 000 Lewis rf4 040 ienrtch rf 4 0 2I Spence cf 40 5 0 Keller lf 3 I20 Vernon lb4 0 7I Robinson c 4 060 Travis 3b42 4I DiMaggio cf624 0 Priddy 2b 4 I3 2 Etten lb 439I Guerra c 20I 0 Gordon 2b 30 I4Evans c 00 0 0 Bevens p 4 I I 31 Hitchcock ss2I0 I Robertson ssI 00I Scarbor gh pI 00I Pieretti p00 0 0 Candlni p 00 00 Coan I 0 0 0 Bink# 0 000 IWynn1I00 Bernie Masterson’s opening call to the grid colors. Herding his beefy squad into* impromptu passing drills, Bernie allowed the photographers full run of Memorial Stadium. And the shutterbugs responded byj swarming over the field, grabbing camera subjects along the way. There were shots of Omahan Sam Vacant!, the new quarterback from Iowa and Purdue, shaking hands with his old Omaha Tech teammate, 230- pound Mike DiBiase. Jack Seizer and Junior Collopy, both ex-Scottsbluff backfield stars and top guns In the 1944 Husker attack were naturals for a picture together. It was old stuff to the pre-war lettermen in camp. Veterans of 1941-42 like halfbacks Hank Reichel, Marv Athey, and Roy Long, center Joe Partington, quarterback Fred Metheny, and ends Ed Nyden and Jack Hazen had charged, grinned and stretched for that birdie before In those wartime days of cellar- subterranean football at the university, the interest sagged too low to merit a full day of flash bulbs and sideline quarterbacking. Over 1,200 Keglers Set For Action Announce NU Letter Award Option Taken on Late Col. Bradley’s Farm LEXINGTON, Ky. (UP). Barry Shannon, co-executor of the estate of the late Col. E. R. Bradley, said Saturday an option for purchase by Nov. IO, has been taken on Idle Hour farm, the 1,290 acre estate which produced four Kentucky Derby winners. Harness Racing Returning Here After 15-Year Layoff HEVE.VTH RACE: Purse *1.000. Hotel Cornhusker handicap for three year olds (end up, one mile and seventy yards. Time 3:47 3/5. The Puma (Hall) .............. 8.40 4 80 3.00 American Oma (Santage). 9 OO 5.60 Dallas Flash (Jordan. 3.40 Also ran: Queen Band, Frank G, Torch Singer Jubilate Boy. EIGHTH RACE. . for thr«* years olds and up, one mile ain Harness racing will make a return appearance at the Nebraska State Fair Monday for the first time in 15 years, according to Edwin Sphultz, fair board secretary. Horses from all parts of the county have been pouring on to the fairgrounds to contend for the $2,400 in purses to be offered each day. This is a new all-time high for money given for this type of racing in the middle west. Owners and horses who are on the grounds now are, D. W. Wilson from Iowa who will race four horses, Peter Shippman of Iowa along with Art Berry and Holis Regar, also of Iowa. Phil Had- speth has arrived from Colorado, with three head and B. E. Baker from Kansas will race two. Har ley Bratton from Lawton, Okl will have four horses on the track. All these owners and drivers have been racing on the east or west coast in such places as Santa Anita, Roosevelt Raceway, May wood park and other famed tracks. The fair board has named the following officials: • • • OFFICIAL STARTER will be Fred Ronan of Decorah, la., who has been approved by the United States Trotting association. The presiding judge will be Ben F. Owen, Omaha, and Mrs. Dee Eiche and Dick Ronin are assoc! ate judges. Timers are Dick Cal lahan and Dick Wood. Totals 34 8 27 IO! Totals 33 7 27 9 Coal) batted for Scat borough in sixth. Blnks batted for Guerra in seventh, Wynn batted for Pieretti In eighth. New Tork ....................................300 OOI 000—4 Washington .................................OOO OOO 000—0 Runs: Johnson. Henrlch. DiMaggio. Etten. Error: Travis. Runs batted In: DiMaggio 2,*Etten, Bevena. Two base hit: DiMaggio, Keller. Grace. Wynn. Three base hit, Etten. Double play: Vernon to Priddy. Left on base: New York 6 Washington 6. Base on balls: Scarborough 3. Struck out: By Bevena 6. Scarborough I. HIU: Off Scarborough 8 in 8 innings, Pieretti 0 in 2. Candint 0 In Losing pitcher: Scarborough. Umpires Papparelia, Hubbard and Rue. Time 1:36. Attendance 11,231 Athletic awards including both major and minor letters in seven sports—basketball, track, tennis, golf, baseball, wrestling, and swimming—for the 1946 season have been announced by Athletic Director A. J. Lewandowski of the University of Nebraska. The list is complete save for a few athletes who as yet have not cleared the scholastic hurdle. The awards follow: Basketball Award*. Major: Don Barry. Norfolk: Joseph Brown, Nashville. Tenn.; Thomas Cook. Culver, Ind.; Fred Hecox, Cozad; Gayle Lebsack, Lincoln; Dale Livingston. Hastings; James Bandstedt, Omaha; Leo Schneider, Rock Island, 111. Track Awards. Red Sox Over A s, 4-2 BOSTON. (IP). Altho he had to retire in the ninth after making a one handed catch of a hot Sam Chapman liner, Bill Zuber pitched and helped bat the Red Sox to 4-2 victory Saturday, Boston’s third in a row over the Philadelphia Athletics. Zuber singled sharply to center field with the bases loaded to score two runs in the Boston three run second inning. The fourth Boston run was Lee Culberson’s third homer of the year into the screen atop the left field fence in the eighth. Ted Williams went hitless and was booed by the crowd in the sixth after he failed to run out a tap to shortstop. Major: Norval Barker, Aurora; Albert Brown. Lincoln; Robert Davis, Milwaukee. W'is.; Warren Eisenhart, Culbertson; Maurice Fitzgerald, Rapid City, 8. D Robert Ginn, Madison; Herbert Grote. Omaha: Richard Hutton. Auburn; Donald Hansen, Nehawka; Ralph King, Waterloo; Dean Kratz, Sidney; Stanley Martin, Broken Bow; Richard Miller, Fairbury; William Moorhouse, Chicago; Ned Nuts man, Nehawka; Theodore Randolph, Ord; Wayne Roads. Scottsbluff; Harvey Stroud, North Platte; Frederick Ware, Jr., Omaha; Donald Yocum. North Platte; Blain* Young, North Platte. Wrestling Award*. Major: Harold Boker, Omaha: (ymnei Ed Copple, Lincoln; Newton CopplSgLin coin. Minor: Jack Adams. Wilmette. 111. Robert Kri*s, Omaha; Jack Maxwell. Bed ford, O.; Philip Sackbauer, Glendale, Mo Burl Selden, Detroit; Jack Tarnal, Omaha. Baseball Awards. Major: Wilbur Baack. Staplehurst Robert Bolen, Ulysses; Dean Jackson, Un coin; Harold Jacob, Lincoln; Wesley Mas er, Uncoln; Roger O’Donnell, Uncoln Robert Rublno, Uncoln; James S&ndstedt Omaha. Minor: Floyd Stork. Swimming Awards. Major: William Burr. Uncoln; Orville Chatt, Tekamah. Minor: Fred Haas. New Carlisle, Ind. Robert Hazelrlgg, Uncoln; Conrad King Omaha: Roger Moore, Uncoln; Philip Sprague, Beatrice. Tennis Awards. Minor: Robert Buxton, Uncoln; Robert Evans, Norfolk; Julian Hatton, Grand Haven, Mich. Golf Awards. Phllphia ab h o a! Boston ab h o a Valo rf 3 12 OiCulb’son rf 4 2 10 Grimes 2b 3 0 2 3!Pesky ss 4 2 15 MCosky cf 4 2 2 O D Magglo cf 3 0 10 Rosar c 4 0 3 11 Williams lf 4 0 I 0 nuder ss 3 0 2 4|Doerr 2b 3 0 4 3 Chapman lf 4 I 0 Of York lb MQuinn lb 3 2 9 O.Higgins 3b Handley OOO 0! Wagner c Majeski 3b 4 0 4 21 Zuber p Fowler p 3 10 OjKUnger p St’nback 1 0 0 0! Minor: James Uggett. Uncoln; Don ald Spouter, Lincoln; Donald Stroh, Un coin. Purse *600, claiming and up, one mile and seventy yard* Time 1:49 2/5, Joseph A (Jordan) *8.40 4 60 3 20 Honey Roll (Magnusson). 4 60 3.00 Dilia in (Mallei)) ................. 2.40 Also ran: Covey 8. Ten File, Billy Horn. Missouri Loses Tackle Prospect WARTIME LETTERMEN reporting Saturday included ends Willard Bunker (also 1939) and Bob Korte; tackles Bob Tegt, John Sedlacek, Rog Johnson and Meno Wilhelms; guards Freddy Lorenz, Clyde Reninger, Bill Rolfsmeyer and Bob Lipps. and backs Dick Skog, Duane Wiemers, Tom Gillespie, Jack Seizer, Junior Collopy, Chick Story, Gerry Moore, Alex Fink. The photogs cornered End Willard Bunker, Guard Eddie Swartz kopf and Tackle Frannie Leik, last remnants of the Rose Bowl squad for one shot. Over a thousand pounds of grid heft concentrated in new linemen Jack Pesek (220), Carl Samuelson (225), Keith Manning (220) and Jack Evans (240) had to be snapped. When the photography fire had ceased, Bernie Masterson collected the “casualties” and formed three groups into passing drills. Vacanti, who tossed a lot of footballs for Iowa and Purdue, was flipping to one line. Long, the Blair tow-head, was feeding to another and Del Weigand, Wally Hopp, Dick Thompson, Collopy, Seizer and Jim Myers were alter nately aiming at other live targets. Nearly 1,270 men and women in 19 leagues are ready to open the 1946-47 bowling season at the Lincoln alleys Tuesday evening while the Rosewilde campaigns begin Sept. 9. Two of the three ladies leagues will go into action Tuesday at the Lincoln Parlors with the third loop rolling on Friday. The men’s leagues commence a week from Monday at both alleys. A new high of 182 teams are lined-up with 120 of them toppling the pins at the Lincoln while the other 62 will bowl at the Rosewilde. The board of directors of the Lincoln Bowling Association will hold a meeting Tuesday at 6 p. rn, at the Y.M.C.A. The initial two weeks schedule: TUESDAY, SEPT. S. 1 Major Ladies League, and Booster Ladle* League. 6:45, Lincoln. FRIDAY, SEPT. 6 . Business Women'e League. S:45, Un­ coln. MONDAY, SEPT. 9. Jaycee League. 6:45; Busine## Men’s League. 9:00. Uncoln; Church League at 7:00 and 6:00, Rosewilde. TUESDAY, SEPT. 16. Major Ladles League and Booster Ladles League. 6:45; Elks League, 9:00, Uncoln Industrial League at 7.00 and 9:00, Rose wilde. ___ WEDNESDAY, SEPT. II. Commercial League. 7:00; Banner League, 9:00, Lincoln; Knights of Columbus Uague. 6:45; Victory League, 9:00, Rosewilde. THURSDAY, SEPT. I*. Junior League and Vets of Foreign Wars League. 6:45; Booster League. 9:00. Un. coin; American Legion League, 7:00; Greater Uncoln League, 9:90, Rosewilde FRIDAY, SEPT. IS. Cushman League, 6:30; Business Women’s League and Lincoln Booster League. 8 45, Uncoln; Greater Lincoln Ladles League. 8:45; Capital City League. 9:00, Rosewilde. mr? MAYBE HES THE ANSWER ... A few weeks ago Bernie Masterson was looking for a passer. Dick Thompson of Lincoln will be shooting for a quarterback berth and the ex- Jackson flipper can toss the apple. (Staff Photo.) Berg, Rucker In Women's Links Finals “THEY’RE BIG, but awfully green,” was the Masterson appraisal after the photographers had gone. “I hate to think of the head start those Big Ten teams, Iowa, Indiana and Minnesota, have on us.” This all proved that the new Husker mentor’s foot and mouth have no visible affinity. Bernie admits that in the 19 years he has played and coached he has never been associated with squad he knew less about. He See HUSKERS, Pane 2-R, Col. 2. Totals 32 7 24 IQI Totals 29 7 27 13 in ninth; In ninth. Philadelphia ................................Oil OOO 000—2 Boston ........... 030 OOO 010—4 Runs: Valo, Chapman, Culberson, Doerr, York, Higgins. Error: McQulnn, Culberson, Williams. Runs batted In McQuinn, Wagner, Zuber 2. McCosky, Culberson. Left on base: Boston 4, Philadelphia 7. Two base hit: Chapman McCosky, McQuinn. Home run: Culberson. Sacrifice: Valo. Base on balls Off Fowler 3. Zuber 3. Struck out: By Fowler 3, Zuber 2. Double play: Majeski to Grimes to McQuinn; Majeski (un assisted.) Hits: Off Zuber, 7 in 8 1-3 innings; Klinger, 0 In 2-3. Winning pitcher: Zuber. Umpires: Summers Weafer and Passarrella. Time: 1:50 Attendance: 16.503. Indians Take W hite Sox CHICAGO. (A5). Ken Keltner’s 14th home run of the season gave the Cleveland Indians a 3 to victory over the Chicago White Sox Saturday before a ladies’ day crowd of more than 7,000. The Sox assumed a two-run lead in the early part of the game, but the Indians tied it up in the sixth after getting only two See YANKEES , Page 3-B, Col. 3. Neb. City Ousted From Tournament COLUMBIA, Mo. (A3). Missouri football Coach Don Faurot said Saturday he feared that Bernard Pepper, an outstanding pre-war tackle at the university, will be unable to return to school this fall. Faurot did not say why Pepper might be out of uniform this season. Missouri, however, has good tackles in second-team All-America Jim Keweis, 295- pounder, and Ed Hodges, 210- pounds, of the 1942 champions. Don Christ, another pre-war tackle, is expected to put in his appearance early next week. The Tigers will continue their twice daily workouts Monday. OMAHA. (IP). Two big innings were all Wahoo needed Saturday night to oust Nebraska City, 9 from the state softball tourna ment here. Wahoo opened with four runs in the first and added five more in the sixth. In a girls’ game, St. Francis of Omaha scored an 8-7, 11-inning win over Phil Beslers of Omaha Papillion downed Bellevue, 7- in the other men’s division game Lincoln teams get into action in the state softball tournament today, tho the Capital City girls do not play until Tuesday. The schedule: Fuchs Machinery. Irish Boss Puzzled Over Teanrs Rate Army Short On Reserves; Not Backfield SPOKANE, Wash. (IP). Patty Berg, Minneapolis professional, defeated Betty Jean Rucker, Spokane amateur, 3 and 2 Saturday in the semi-finals of the National Women’s Open golf tournament. BETTY JAMESON, San Antonio, Texas pro, defeated Dot Kielty, Long Beach, Calif., I up in the other semi-final match. The two professionals will be playing for a $5,600 first prize in the 36-hole finals. Patty was 2 up over Betty Jean at the 18-hole intermission. Miss Berg won four holes to one for Miss Rucker on the first nine of the afternoon round. She was deadly with her putter thru most of the round, while Miss Rucker played into the woods on occasion. SOUTH BEND, Ind. (IP), Coach Frank Leahy of Notre Dame, pessimistic as usual, Saturday said he failed to understand why the Irish were being so highly touted for national football championship honors this season. “Never in my coaching experience have there been so many positions open on the team as is the case this season,” he said. This is because we do not know what to expect from the returned servicemen. The Notre Dame squad will be composed largely of returning servicemen. Certainly there are a great many lettermen returning here, as elsewhere, but each of these boys coming back from the war represents a definite individual question mark.” WEST POINT. (IP). The great Army football team of the past two years—one of the truly fine gridiron machines of all time— has been hard hit by losses from graduation and other causes, and the replacements ' are not too promising. Chances are that the Cadets will have only the best backfield in the country this fall, instead of the two best backfields and the two best lines. Their forward wall will be only good, instead of wonderful, and their shortage of reserves might catch them where it hurts before the season is over. That is how Coach Earl “Red” Blaik sizes it up after two days of practice, but he wishes it clearly understood he is not “singing the blues.” The others still are going to have to come and get the soldiers. They will take considerable beating. BETTY JAMESON had squared her match with Dot Kielty, California state amateur titlist, at the end of 27 holes. Two down at the start of the afternoon round, Miss Jameson won the 20th hole with a seven- foot putt for a birdie three. Trap trouble cost her the next two holes, but she won the 23rd with a five-foot putt for birdie three. She got par four on the 24th to win the hole when Miss Kielty missed a two-foot putt. Miss Jameson squared the match on the 25th when Miss Kielty dubbed an approach. They halved the next two holes. Rig Nine Bosses Gather in Chicago For Conference THE CADETS expect no real help from their plebe squad. No matter how “loaded up” some of the other teams are supposed to be, it is to be seriously doubted that any starting college backfield in the land will quite measure up to the quartet of ‘Doc” Blanchard, Glenn Davis, Tom “Shorty” McWilliams and Arnold Tucker. What they can do from the T-formation is a thing close to football murder. CHICAGO. (ZP). Athletic officials of the Western Conference will assemble here Sunday to compare their anti-recruiting policy with prir-riples of amateurism recently enunciated by representatives of more than 200 college leagues. The Western Conference feels confident it has operated within the scope of pure amateurism, but Sunday will study details of project scholarship plans to determine their conformity. The athletic directors and faculty representatives also will reconsider the conference stand on basketball double-headers and legislation banning athletes from appearing on sponsored radio broadcasts, and determine the eligibility status of University of Illinois students at "extension centers.” Baseball's Big Six K ah r h pct. Mufti*!, Cardinal* ...126 499 99 IHA .371 Hnpp, Bravi** ...............103 364 62 US .362 Walker, Dodger*_______118 464 61 166 .342 Vernon. Senators...............Ut 478 73 162 .339 Pesky, Red Sox.................132 640 HO 188 .939 W'UUams, Red Sox... 130 464 130 162 .335 Cubs Purchase Pair From Texas Loop Club CHICAGO. (UP). The Chicago Cubs Saturday announced the purchase of two players from the Tulsa club of the Texas league. Ka&rs I Service vt. Omaha, 2 p. rn. Ford* vs’ Weeping Water. 3 p. m Uncoln Steel ve. Omaha Meta, 6:30 VFW vs. Bucks Bar. 7:30 p. m Amos Coal (girls) of Uncoln drew a bye. PAST AND PRESENT AT LINCOLN HIGH —Hank Reichel (right), ex-Link back and present U. of N. candidate, demonstrates to Halfback Mel Knopp the proper way to receive a hand-off from Quarterback Pete Kortum during a Lincoln high backfield drill. Center Don Etmund is at far left. i Reichel, who has been assisting Backfield Coach Lyle Weyand at his alma mater, was a member of Lincoln’s powerful 1939 Jennings-King-Reichel-Debus offensive combination. (Staff Photo.) So. Pacific Hikes Runs SAN FRANCISCO. (INS). The Southern Pacific announced Saturday that “City of San Francisco” streamliners on the San Francisco-Chicago run will increase their service to three times a week Oct. I. THEY’LL MAKE IT HOT FOR SOMEONE—Jack Pesek, Ravenna, left, 220 pound backfield candidate, son of John Pesek, heavyweight grappler, and Tackle Gordon Hall of Lincoln, 215, both have hopes of plucking off first string berths on Coach Bernie Masterson’s Husker squad. (Staff Photo.)

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