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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1956, Yuma, Arizona                               ASC Grid Coach Guards Against Over-Optimism TEMPE, Ariz. W Coach Dan Devine made every attempt today to prevent over optimism on the part of the. Arizona State College Sun Devils as they prepared for a meeting with San Diego State Sat- urday night. The unbeaten Sun Devils have won.six games in a row and have won praise from opposing coaches. But Devlno said there were a "lot of upsets" last Saturday greater than a San Diego State win over the Devils would be. He was quick to point out Sun Diego State still was unbeaten, although twice tied. Lack of depth at tackle positions VODKLMARTINI the greatest name in VODKA 40 Proof. Dist. from grain. Ste. Pierre Smirnoff Hartford, Conn., U.S.A. still was Devine's major concern. The Sun Devils have two light men, comparatively speaking, doing ex- tensive duty at tackle posts in the persons of 178-pound Bart Jankans and 190-pound Mike Stanhoff. Depth otherwise along the line is not so much of a factor, with the end posts well-manned and consid- erable improvement being dis- played by sophomore guards Ken Kerr and Tom Ford and sophomore centers Dave Fonner and Gino Del- la Libera.. TUCSON HP) West Texas State hasn't won the Border Conference championship since 1950, but the team that faces Arizona Saturday at Tucson is hoping for at least a tie for the crown. West Texas is unbeaten and holds important victories over such teams as Texas Tech. A year ago, West Texas tied Ari- zona, 20 to 20, with virtually the same team which plays here this weekend. Arizona still Is troubled by in- juries, the latest to fullback Marc Owens. He has a bad knee and it is doubtful whether he will play this weekend. UMWCW i Connolly in I.ns Angrles reacted with. "I knew I would have to go more than 220 feet." when heard of Mikhail Krivnnnsnv breaking his IH-day-old record in the 16-pound hammer with a throw n'f 220 inches. The ng Boy is looking forward to meeting the Russian in the Olympic Games in Melbourne. Nov. 22 Per. 8. ADDED heard of N......... BoMon Sir Eyes 12th Straight LOS ANGELES Tomb- stone Smith, California welter- weight champion, goes after his 12th straight win tonight against Hank Davis in a 10-round main event at Olympic Auditorium. Smith was expected to enter the ring as a strong favorite over Davis. Smith won the welter- weight crown Sept. 20 when he stopped Dave Johnson. VOTE General Election November 6 VOTE A Straight DEMOCRATIC TICKET [X] Vote for These Demo- cratic Candidates Who Stand United for Good Government! Stevenson VICE Kefauver U. S. Hayden U. S. L. Udall W. McFarland STATE C. Giss Ray H. Thompson STATE District 1, Robert L. (Bob) Klauer District 2, John C. Smith, Jr. District 3, Al Lindsey SECRETARY OF Bolin ATTORNEY Morrison STATE W. Jordan STATE W. Kelly SUPT. PUBLIC L. Brooks MINE Massey CORPORATION E. T. (Eddy) Wiliams, Jr. COUNTY District 1 ,M.G. (Pop) Miniken District 2, Otis Shipp District 3, G. H. Strohm COUNTY W. Nabours H. (Pete) Newman COUNTY Smith SCHOOL Ham C. Wright 0. Williamson SPORTS THE SUN Thursday, November I. 1956 Crim JVs Meet Brawley At Doan Field Tonight With two straight victories under] left half and Hernandez a full: their belts, the Yuma Union High Joe Wolf and John Varner will C...1___1 fnrttKall fefim I School junior varsity football team [will host a strong Brawley bunch tonight at Doan Field. In their last outing coaches Jack Lynch and Jim Brickson's boys scored a close 7-6 win over El Centro. The decision gave the JV's a 2-3 season record. The JV attack features the pass-ing of quarterback Jackie Fritz and the hard running of fullback Tony Hernandez. Alfred Madison is also a dangerous break-away runner, as is Richard' Arviso. The Junior Varsity line is bolster- ed by Steve Pope, Paul Decker and several others. Fritz will probably start a quar- terback a'gainst Brawley, with Madison at right half, Arviso at play ends, Emmet White and John Teaque tackles, Pope and Edward Gomez guards'and Decker at cen- ter. Meanwhile the varsity crew con- tinued to drill for the Friday con- test against St. Augustine at Doan Field. The Criminals will be out to regain their winning ways after dropping their first game of the season last week to North Phoenix. St. Augustine, from San Diego, deadlocked Pomona Catholic, 6-6. The Crims dropped Pomona, 12-6, earlier in the season. The Saints have a 2-2-2 record so far this season. Coaches Sam Stephens and Nor- man Woolen's freshman team is idle this week, but will face Brawley next Wednesday. Lenz, O'Reilly Drop Title Match Read The Sun Classifieds RE-ELECT CARL HAYDEN DEMOCRAT U.S. SENATE Enriqui Romero and Black Hawk, using Otto Lenz for the ram, bat- tered their way to victory over Lenz and his partner Jack O'Reilly to retain their Southwest States tag team title in last night's profession- al wrestling main event at the Yu- ma Sports Arena. The match was deadlocked at a fall each when Romero and the Seneca Indian brave tangled O'Reilly in the ropes. They then picked up Lenz, just as they would a log, and proceeded to batter away nt O'Reilly's mid-section. Romero then, fell on Lenz with a body press to win the match. After the final decision by Referee Carl Gray, Lenz and O'Reilly got into it and slugged it out after Ro- mero and Black Hawk left the ring. Finally O'Reilly chased Lenz to the dressing room and a beautiful friendship was nipped in the bud. Commission Lifts Ring Suspension Against Aragon LOS ANGELES Welter-1 weight Art (Golden Boy) Aragon and referee Abe Roth both were free today to return to the ring following action by the state Ath- letic Commission to life a 90-day suspension against the pair. The commission ruled Wednes- day that the suspensions failed to meet legal requirements of formal notice and public hearing. Chief Enforcement Officer David Luce, however, was instructed to invest- igate the ca'se ;.nd to bring formal charges against the pair if neces- sary. Aragon and Roth were sus- pended following the Cisco An- drade bout here Aug. 29. Roth drew tlie suspension for failure to send Aragon to a neutral corner after a knockdown and Aragon for remove protective his eyebrows during O'Reilly defeated Romero in the first fall, but Black Hawk came back to even the match by forcing OlReilly to submit to a "deal hold." Strutting Paul DeGalles, the beau tiful Frenchman, scored a surpris ing victory over Dory Funk in tb semi-feature. DeGalles won th first fall .with a sleep hold, and Funk, the Texas Tornado, cam back to win the second with a spin ning toe hold. In the third and deciding fall, Funk was kicked out of the ring and landed about three rows back among ringside customers. When he climbed back into the ring, DeGalles used a body slam.and press to win the match. Paavo Kentonen, who usual! referees Sports Arena' matches had very little luck in his Yum wrestling debut. Pitted against rug ged Reg Parks, Kentonen was un- able to cope with a giant swing and body press. He lost the one-fall match in nine minutes and five sec- onds. tx-Chisox Pilot Offers Himself For Indian Post By UNITED PBESS Marty Marion offered himself as new "big name" candidate to manage the Cleveland Indians to- day a few hours after Leo Duroch- :r -bowed out of the picture. At the same time, Kerby Far- man who seemed to have the job locked up a month ago and may still wind up with unanimously acclaimed the American Association's man- ager o[ the Year. Marion, who resigned after a stormy session with Chicago White Sox officials last week, announced he would be "interested" in talk- ing to Cleveland general Managir Hank Greenberg about the va- cant job. Marion's stat e m e n t came shortly after Greenberg's an- nouncement that Durccher could no longer be considered a candi- date. Marion disclosed in St. Louis that ho already" had a "feeler' from Greenberg; He said lie plan- ned to discuss the job with Green- berg but that no time or place had yet been set. Marion already has been succeeded at Chicago by .41 j man who started the, coast-to-coast furor by resigning! as the Indians' pilot at the close of the campaign. Greenberg announced via the Cleveland front office only, that Durocher was no longer a candi- date but Leo amplified on the subject a bit in Hollywood. how I love baseball it was the toughest decision of my he said. "But I feel my place is here with my family and that my future is in the radio and tele- vision field." Durocher is a a year ex- ecutive with the National Broad- casting Company. The 43-year old Farrell, mean- while, was unanimously voted the manager of the year in the A. A. by the league's baseball writers. He led the Indianapolis Indians to the pennant, play-off title and to the Little World Series crown ov- er Rochester of the International. League. The New York Giants, been unusually active so far this., winter, hired ex-Yankee star Tom-' my Henrich as a third base coach, and ah instructor for their weak hitters. Henrich, who has been out of baseball since 1951, had an portunity to see the Giants at< close range when he substituted fof-< ailing TV announcer Frank during the last two months of the season. Henrich, who posed for photo- graphers in his new said he believed the Giants could' be "a real good club next sea- son" and added, "you can't un- der-estimate that winning spirit found that out on the Yan- Icees." Henrich also revealed that he turned down a job In the Yan- kees' minor league farm system after the 1951 season. refusing to salve from the bout. Bll-103 WESTERN AUTO High Qualify Thai Comes on New Cars! SWI40? tow at 10% Down, Month By PETER THOMSON Written for NBA Service How can it be hard to extricate yourself from a sand trap when you never really touch the ball in doing so? The trap shot is the most over- rated of golf problems. Yet when the average golfer gets into a trap he approaches the task with the idea that he is in deep trouble and the only way to square it is to make a great recovery to the green. The fact, of the matter is that all he needs is a stroke of sand from at least two inches be- hind the ball.' A trap shot is easy. The sand iron is a heavy club which almost 'does the job by it- self. It has a lot of loft, a wide flange on the bottom which pre- vents it from digging too deeply into the sand. The average golfer should get to know what the club can do and merely follow standard routine. Shuffle the feet' in the sand for support after getting an idea of its texture. Use an open stance. DAVIS Blackwall Tube Type Whitewall Tube Type No finer 1st line lire sold! Built for safety with patented "rurve-grippcrs." 6.70x15 rayon. Regular Outright 526.65, now only.... B Silent Sentry Tubekss. Same top quality, Simc top deal in gleaming, (rim white sidewalk for lops in looks. 6.70x15 rayon. 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A man said the problem of gation was considered and the Texas City lost in the final "by a good margin." Kingsbury, Calif., hometown of national decathlon champion Rafer Johnson, was awarded the AAU decathlon chompion- ships scheduled next June. The track championships also will :be held next June. The national AAU relays were awarded to Buffalo, N.Y., while Baltimore received the all-aroUnij. championships. In other scheduling, Denver was awarded the 1957 and 1958 na- tional basketball Beverly'' Hills was picked as the. site the 1957 indoor swimming pion ships and San Francisco" gained the senior four-wall ball playoffs. STROKE OF the sand at least two inches behind the ball. LUMBER AUCTION Mile East of City Limits on Hwy. 80 EL CENTRO SAT., NOV. 3 Feet Of New Lumber ft. Mahogany Pine moulding doors 100 Gallons Paint This Consignment of Lumber will absolutely all sell to the high- est bidder and consists of Douglas Fir 4x4 4x6 4x8 2x4 Studs, 1x13 Sheeting, 2xG's, 2x6 TtG's, Redwood Drop Siding, Redwood V-Ruslic, Molding Sxi's and other sizes, lengths, and typos too numerous to mention, to be sold in both large and small lots. So for a good buy and good miss this sale Also some good rough corral lumber. EQUIPMENT One SS ft. Van, One 40 It. Semi-Trailer; One U90 Intern'l Track VALLEY AUCTION YARD H. R. BANKS, Auctioneer Phont ELqin 2-4838 El Centre, Calif. COME PREPARED TO IUY TERMS OF SALE: CASH Daegle Fires 241 To Take YAFB Tourney Richard Daegle fired a 54- hole total of 241 to win the new Vincent Air Force Base golf nament which concluded yesterday at the Yuma County Club. Four strokes behind the leader was Larry Beekcr with 245 followed by Emmerson E. Hoffsiimmer, 255; Maj. Richard N. Flaa, 269; and Mer- ncss I. Holmes, 280. All five golfers will represent Vincent in the playoffs at -Ent. AFB, Colorado Springs, Colo., next month. The top golfers of that tournament will be selected to play in a Pebble Beach; Fla., tourney early next year. Lumberjacks Meet Western Saturday FLAGSTAFF OH The Arizona- State College at Flagstaff Lumber- jacks will play their third Frontier Conference game against New Mexico Western at Silver City, N. M., Saturday. Coach Max Spilsbusy said no new injuries were suffered by the Axers in the 47-0 victory over Panhandle A an" M last weekend. The game left the Lumberjacks with six wins and one loss this season. New Mex- ico -Western has won two while los- ing three. Attention Waterfowl Hunters As Of October 28th Vou Can Get Breakfast, Shot- gun Shells, Boats and Motors. At 5 am. Now Located In Open Fisher's Imperial Camp Imperial Dam Ariz. Side Mr. 'it Mrs. Jim Townsley,   

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