Big Spring Daily Herald, December 12, 1947, Page 7

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Big Spring Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1947, Big Spring, Texas State Titlist Due To Come From Coyote-Bronc Battle Neither Team Is Favored •» TM Amm aM T'HI They play the Tex** schoolboy football final* two week* ahead •f tim# tomorrow a* undefeated untied Ode*** and Wichita Fall* get together at Wichita Fall*. At least that'* what all the fan* and spun* writers say of this clash of the top-ranked team* of the alate Th# winner will be the most prohibit!*'# title favorite In SS years of schoolboy football. \ crowd of 17 500—all that can gel into the park either sitting or ••anding will see the only game of th# alate quarter-final* that match#* team* with unblemished record* Elsewhere two unbeaten team* play but their opponent* aren't like that I ndefeated untied Vxmgview hat ties Breckenridge at Ixmgxiew and unbeaten but once-tied Goose Creek I W 1947 All-Pro Grid Team Second Club Pl.AVERA (MAC BP KE DIE I AL MOSTERT | RILEY MATHESON CLYDE TURNER I BRUNO BANDUCCI DICK HUFFMAN I BRUCE ALFORD SID LICKMAN •OTTO GRAHAM STEVE VAN BURKS ORBAN SANDERS Po*. TRAM WL C allege E Cleveland 200 Utah T Philadelphia 215 Michigan O k 2 > a vs 2. ST M * Ii 3 rn 210 Texas Mines C Chicago Bean 235 Hardln-Simmons G San Francisco 220 Stanford T I.OI Angelet Rams 230 Tennessee K New York Yankees 190 Texas Christian B Chicago Bear* 197 Columbia B Cleveland I 93 Northwestern B Philadelphia 207 Louisan* State B New York Yankees HNI Texas E—Ken    Kavanaugh, Chicago Bear* T—John    Woundenberg, Ran Francisco. G—Gan ai d Ramsey, Chicago Cards. C—Bob Nelson. L. A. Don*. G—Dick, Barwegan, New York Yankee*. T—Martin Ruby, Brooklin. E— Mal    Ruiner, Chicago Cards. B—John Clement, Pittsbuigh. B—Sammy Baugh. Washington. B— Frankie Albert, San Francisco. B—Marion Motley, Cleveland. LOOKING OVER With TOMMY HART Bovines Meet Lubbock Quint The Big Spring high school basketball Steers should know fairly PICKING THE AA GRID WINNER* FOR WEEK: Odessa 21 Wichita Fall* 7 Why desert the champion? Ti# said the Odessa team hasn t met tangles with Brackenridge of San ^ competition the Wichita team ha* faced. However the Hooves well where they stand after placing Adorno at Goo vc Creek    itl    I havent been pressed in any game this year.    Amarillo played Joe the Lubtock Westerners in Lubbock Coleman* troop* their eloae«t game during the campaign yet went down by a 21*0 count. With a little luck, the Odewrans would have won by an even wider margin. Big Spring (Texas) Herald, Friday, Dec. 12, 1947 7 f Soldiers Play HCJC Saturday Davis To Experiment With Quintet; Contest To Start At 8 O'Clock Harold Davis* Howard County Junior college basketball Jayhaxxki are in tor perhaps their toughest assignment of the season when they play Fort Bliss here Saturday night. The Soldiers, who finished fourth in the Fort Bliss league last season with a record of ten victories in 14 starts, boast a lineup of veteran players who were »tara before they joined the service. Ch de Liedtke. a forward on the club, hails from Milwaukee, Wise., where he won three letters in high school. His school was city champion of Milwaukee for two seasons. He ha* also had two years of service play Incidentally, he pitches for the Fort Bliss Falcons Fourth Army champions, during baseballs--- season. Wilfred Hoff, another forward Chances are fair that there will b* only one undefeated eleven after tomorrow. In the fourth game of the day. H ffhland Park of Dallas sends its weakest team in a decade against a fine Arlington Heights outfit at Fort Worth. Arlington Heights 20 Highland Park 0.    # The Highlanders were lucky to win from Paris last week. Arlington showed up stronger than expected in crushing a fairly good forest tar* than in rum #.«.    J,,*    I < Dallas1 eleven. The Fort Worth team has had its ups and down* but •0 000 fans are due a|way# !ooke<j    under fire Rusty Russel may score for the to see the four games with W «»rth having the largest turnout Scottie*.    #    t    9 — 20 OOO Twelve thousand are es-1    ...... p-cird ,t l-onrvir.    and 11 000 a1    Lonfvlew 7 Braek'nridg* (a tote Creek    Breckemidge could    spring the upset of Hie week herr The Wichita    Falls^Jdt ssa and    lobes have a potent    defense and apparently enough power to leap- Goose Creek Brackenridge game. »»o* the Buek.es Into the semi-final, of the AA    The Gnrwi mar Turner are considered toss up* but Ar Wave hasnt been sensational and had trouble winning 9AA honors j Itngtnn Heights and Longview are certainly hasn I met a team the cabber ^of Longview, favorites in the other two.    ,    * Showings against    mutual oppo    Brackenridge -San Antonio‘ 14 Goose (    reek    7. pen is would appear to make Odes-    The Ganders shouldn't be sold short.    However, Brack developed as a mild favorite    o\er Wichita late and has come along with a rush Falla but comparative scores mean    #    * little in th!* game Wichita Fall* SCHOOL S ATHLETIC PLANTS MONI MENT TO MURPHY met a much    stronger Amarillo    As mentioned here    before, the retiring Big Spring high school team than loft to Odessa 21-0. The lootball mentor. Pat Murphy, had his supporter* and his critic*. Coyotes beat the Sandies 7-0. tonight. Lubbock ha* the reputation for being one of the toughest quintets on the plains, certainly one of the l>est In District IA A. Big Spring had ail all-letteriuan aggregation returning and looked to advantage in their initial go earlier In the week with Snyder. at winch time they won. 42 IO. Conch Johnny Malaise w ill pi ob ably start a lineup roni|M>sed of However, Harold Berry, Jim Bill Little. Capt Eddie Houser, Ike Robli and Del and a probable starter, hails from Kenosha, Wia., where he won three letters. Ronald Corneliusen. center, played on a Benson. Minn., team which won the district prep championship. Ralph GI bl ions. guard from Dem glass. Aru , played three years in high school. He was a center on the Fourth Army football champions more recently. William Mazurek. another guard, hails from Ironwood. Mich . where he won four rage numerals and constituted a part of I championship quintet named to the all conference team one season Others who will probably see action for the Soldiers Include James Croft. Montana; Willard Pete, Caliente. Nevada; Johnny Hamlet!, Trinidad. Coto Mahnke, Keeline, Wyo , Meyer. Fresno. Calif ; and John j Gibson. Birmingham. Ala Davis had not decided on his HILLSBORO JC PLAYS TONIGHT ORBEN (Spec) Banders, who played ceile*late football at the University of Texas, earned a backfield p«»*t on the Associated Press* All-Pro team named today. Sanders was an understudy to Jack ('rain while at Austin. Majors Certain To Expand, Says Wailer Mulbry NEW TORK nee ll C Th, ,xp,r|n).n|    ,(|om    ,Q    (lad expansion of major league base- tho best combination. Grapette Wins Over Ackerly ACKERLY. Dec 12—Grapette’a quintet of Big Spring turned back the Ackerly Outsider*. 1.V12, In a basketball game unreeled here Thursday night. Griffin paced Big Spring's scoring w ith eight points Dun had three while Fielder and Barnett wound up with two each for Grapette. Grigg and Ingram were the Ackerly leader* with four each. Cole-a    distri^j    man amj    Hogg collected    a field He »»' j    mu ..rh Team Is Named COR PCS CHRISTI. D*c ll 'JE— The student body al the University Donald    Uorpus    Christi    bas    selected the George    nam* of    Tarpon    for    the    Univer sity's athletic teams. The game fish was selected following a contest The University It's Christmas AT AGffiakk •Xii rr Tm starting lineup for the exhibition *n ,ts    >ear    of    operation. this morning. Instead, he planned hall to other territories is a virtual certainty during our lifetime,” a high major league official prophe-MONROE. La . Dec 12 IP-Two sje{j tfKjay. power-laden junior college football teams lift the wrap* on the first Among those who will see action, however, are Horace Rankin. Tom-me Elliott. Ray and Don Clark, Hugh Cochron and Earl Lusk. Game time is 8 o'clock, scene of That prediction took some of the action the high school gymnasium. Whether you appreciate the Irishman s efforts or not, he should be annuaj Junior Sugar Bowl team achf out of the hearts of the member e tonight with Hillsboro, Tex . ber* of the Pacific Coast league and Northeast Junior college of delegation who stalled their long louisiana State university an even .____ , . .    . ______. . __journey back home with the sad money choice. Hillsboro, champion of the Texa* news that once again their request Odessa, spearheaded by its great    given credit    for the    fine    job    he    has    done    twoard    improvement    of    the B>ron Townsend, is one of the high-    local athletic plants. est-econng teams of all time It Murphy sincerely believed in a progressive school system and an ha* rolled up 410 point* in ll    up-to-date athletic set-up. He. as much as any man in town. wa* regimes Wichita Falls has done    sponsible with getting Steer stadium moved from north of the tracks p’entr of scoring too with its 352 to its present location on State street. poult* in a like number of engage-    He devoted his efforts last spring toward getting the stands merits And the opposition ha* man-    painted and planting a firm sod at the field. Had it not been for him. aged for only 14 whereas Odessa    perhaps Big Spring would never have had a baseball stadium. The has given up 49    ball orchard    that was    eventually    built    on    achool    property    is    one    of    the    to    toss    aerials odessa will be seeking its twenty- finest of it* kind to be found anywhere in the smaller cities.    Mayor*    H. If Benoit. Monroe sixth straight victory tit wa* un- Patrick alw* had a lot to do with getting the high school gyn- and C. C Bell, Jr.. West Monroe, beaten, untied state champion last    nasium built. Although! it didn't met his specifications, the fie Id lion se    proclaimed    ‘‘football week**    here sear . Wichita Falls will be after    wa* at least an decided improvement on the former g>m high achool    in connection    with    the game    being ii* twelfth in a row    teams used    sponsored    by the Monroe Lion* Goose Creek probably will rate    It was through Pat’s untiring efforts that the school board decided    club. * paper edge favorite over Brack-    to purchase a sleek bus for the athletic teams, which in time will pa> enr;dge and the Long\ iew margin    for itself. Junior college athletic association has a pin-point passer in Dexter Ba*«tnger while Northeast ha* Doyle Penton and Woodrow Hoxie* Liniment League Launches Play If there's a shortage of liniment in local stores today, it could he a result of the opening of the Business Men's “Liniment” bowling league, xx Inc h took place at E. B Kickoff time is 8 p. m un t much better. ism* A »•» A B B's Fun 0 W It's Healthful L WEST TEXAS Bowling Canter 814 Runnels The Irishman wasnt resting on hi* laurels, by any mean* Instead, he was campaigning for improvements to the baseball park and probably wouldn't have rested until a gymnasium ample for achool needs became a reality. RODEN SACKS UP CITY TITLE IN ODESSA Bill 'Red* Roden, the former Big Springer who now call* Odev** home, is that city * new golf champion. The carrot top defeated W. R. Talley. 2 and I, recently for the title after being four down through the first seven holes. Byrd Running Behind Haas BL! SPRINTS PHOTO-COPIES prer felon work r**»1« eerne# frow Mott rn odor* *<jui*w>»nl W. E. CARNRIKE IO* Arboret    W»*a#    1*0 Ducker Takes Tech Position MIAMI. Fla Dec 12 IP Fred Haas. Jr . of New Orleans, be lieves good wood shot* straight down the middle pay off as well as putting in this game of golf But yesterday, Haas put the two •j together and came up with a five under par 85 to lead the field of 230 golfers at the end of the first 18 holes of play in the $10,000 I Miami Open golf tournament. for major league recognition had been rejected by the major leagues. The rejection came yesterday in ihe form cd a resolution that gaxe promise of better things to come. In a carefully worded statement by Walter Mulbry, secretary to Commissioner \ B. Chandler, th*# mate rs said they recognized the    *    kx'gimg    emporium NScdnes- probahihty of eventual expansion ***' n,*ht. hut that there appc ared no minor ^ league is made up in the league which wa* entitled to such    of    novice    and beginner bowl- cia 'Siltation at present. The Coast league had requested    Hack Wright i* captain of the either unconditional major league Budwelaer team, only club to get status or a rise in classification a sponsor thus far. Other clubs by increasing the draft price of its,ar* being captained by Boone player* from $10,000 to 125.OOO and Horne, Matt Harrington. G. G. extending the draft eligibility from Rui>yan, Luke LeBieu and Bill four to six year*.    1    Horne. Although no announcement xxai    Budweiser took Bill Home’s made, the 10-ciub league proper group oxer the hurdles three times sition wa* a live subject on the running. Harringtons dynamiters, floor of the joint meeting which zoomed past Boone Horne's troops closed out the three-day major in *H three game* while Runyan's league sessions The National Ava blasted LeBieu’s pinsters by league i* believed to have favored a 2-1 count, unanimously such a plan a* the    Top Kegler of the evening was eventual solution of the Coast prob Douglass of Hudwetser with 216 lem and the American league wa* ^'9 Others able to crack SOO were FALL Is the best time to plant Rosea. We have thousand* of home grown roses ready for planting NOW. EASON ACRES NURSERY 4 Miles East on High 84 Hundreds Of Gift Ideas For All On Your OHR I STMAS Ll ST AT Donald's Drixe-lnn Specializing IR Mexican Foods mad Steaks SAN ANGELO HIGHWAY LUBBOCK Dec 12 — W L. Ducker, who has held responsible positions in many phases of the in opposition by a 52 vote    with    LeBieu 524,    Runyan 539    and Sta- Sammy Byrd, of Detroit, who    one memb*r not voting.    pies 501. once was a baseball piaxrr for the    mo*1    important among    other    Harrington    s brigade'*    gathered New York Yankee*, was two    matters    discus*ed    at the high game and series with 789- stroke* l»ehind Has* St ill another    *cv*ion concerned Cuban hate- • 2130 to edge out Budweiser, who stroke away at 68 were Glenn Teal    For the f,rsl    majors    had    724-2102. derided to allow some of their, __----- A GOOD JOB WITH A FUTURE at SAFEWAY If you are Interested In Meal Cutting then Safeway has opening with good working conditions. sick benefit*, group insurance, vacation with pay. retirement plan. Bee Mr. Staples Safeway Stores, Inc. 285 Runnel* - Big Spring, Texas fiEtprjY) Credit In of Jacksonville. Fla.; Walt Bur    ------ petroleum industry for the past keino of Detroit; Bob Hamilton of pl4m* to pia.v winter hail in Cuba IS year*, has been named profe* Evanston Ind ; Jimmy De ma ret I*11™11* ,,le 194 ‘    *nd 1948-49 sea Calif Jim MUward of Three I*akes, W is CfOVOth SpCokcf COFFEE and £ COFFEE Attorneys-At-Law General Practice In AU Court* LESTER FISHER RLOG. BITTE m-M-17 PHONE MI •or of petroleum engineering at ^jai. (alif; amateur Frank J**.. I.rhnoloiic.l College and s,r»"»h*n M Tu,rd° ohin- »"ri ‘will serve as head of the department for the remainder of the 1947-48 year. Pre* W. M. Why-bum announced today. Ducker’* appointment is among the first steps taken by the college In launching a major expansion program in the field of engineering as related to petroleum and other basic minerals, Dr. Why-bum alated. College officials haxe been hold ing periodic conferences with industrial leaders for more than a year In an effort to outline curricula best suited to industrial needs son. Dawson Cagers Trip Klondike ACKERLY. Dec. 12— Dawson round of play in the Ackerly in citational basketball tournament bv regisleimg win* over Klondike in their respective divisions of play here Thursday night. _    .     ,    ,    ..    Dawson'*    girls    walloped Klon nwkrr will .prrd .,v.r.l mnnih. <tlk<.    Hh|,(.    )h(. FL PASO. Dec 12 *JP— Jeff Cravath. coach of Rose Howl-bound Southern California, will be the guest speaker when the Texas Mines football liim is honored xx itll the annual football banquet IJerember 17. lettermen will be announced by teams advanced into the second Coach Jack Curtice and member* of the team will select the club1* most valuable player. B ack Again For greater whiskey enjoyment head straight for Minutes of Minnesota awarded freshmen football letters to 76 players during 1947. FOR SALE NEW HARLEY DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Also Two I'ted 194* Harley Davidson Motorcycle* For Sale CECIL THIXTON CYCLE SHOP 908 M eat Srd    Bi*    RPrin* assembling equipment and staff needed to fully service these curricula. Ducker will begin work at the college Jan I. 1948 He I* a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he spectated in petroleum and mechanical engineer mg Among Hie position* he has held are district engineer for Barnsdall Oil company, chief en- had just as easy a time. winning. 29-16 Kelly led the Dawson attack in th# fem contest, sinking ll point* while Foster was the losers’ stand out with a brace of field goals Seven box* broke into the Daw *4m scoring records with DeVord's seven point* leading the pick McKinney of Klondike grabbed off .    #    ,    £.    ,    scoring    laurels,    however,    with    ten gineer for Seismographic Service pomfs corporation, chief engineer and general manager, Engineering laboratories. Inc , chief engined for Bovaird Supply company, and acting manager for Oklahoma. W’ar Production Board. June, 1941. to April. 1942. .Since the latter date he hat been in private consultation practice in Tulsa. Only five members of the 1947 football squad at Syracuse are seniors    • In another game. Ackerly’* B string edge Sparenherg reverxe* 15-3, xx itll Vt axman Ether idee and Dickie White in the starring role*. THE NUT WE ARE OPKN FOK BUSINESS AGAIN WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 1800 GREGG Owned And Operated By • Mr. and Mr*. John Nutt RENTAL F.lrctric FLOOR SANDER Electric FLOOR EDGER you can make your worn floors look like new at little cost. Me supply all equipment, mateiials and instructions. CI AI* FTITX Buy Now Pay Naxt Year Yes FIRESTONE STORE 507 E. 3rd Phone 193 OLD ^ «*».*!!!• L t v BJ v! ♦ S' • .75* I i When you tee the bottle with the log cabin on the label, STOP! Y ou needn’t go rn step further! You've found th# tastiest bourbon. 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