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Fullmer, Dixon In Major Bouts Prem Wire OIpatcha Middleweighls. headed by Gene Fullmer and a fighting cop named Eddie Dixon, dominate the week's boxing activity. Fullmer, the stocky, former middleweight champion from West Jordan, Utah, seeks his eighth straight victory Friday night.. The second-ranking 160-pounder meets muscular Milo bavacc or halt lbkc lity in a Sports In Uriel in Univer- return 10-rounder at San Antonio, Texas. Fullmer outpointed Savage in Salt Lake City last March. Dixon, a Newark, N. J., cop who was a virtual unknown until he became involved in a dispute with his chief over dual careers, gets his big chance in the ring Friday night when he meets undefeated (Jcnc "Ace" Arm strong in the radio-television (NB C. f) pm. C.S.T.) headliner at Madison Square Garden. His fulure ring or police probably will depend on the outcome. Holly Mirns, seventh-ranking middleweight contender from Washington, and Bobby Boyd, of Chicago clash for the third time Wednesday night in the television (ABC. 9 p.m.) 10-rounder at Chicago Stadium. Boyd won the first time two years ago and they drew in the return last January Zl. T e ii it I i pionship when he drew with Robert Byrne of Indianapolis in 28 moves. That gave Fischer an 8'i-2'2 record. . . , Russia's Nicholas Sologubov scored three times as the smooth Soviet hockey team smothered Uncle Sam's best for the second time 7-1 at Hibbing, Minn. . , , Chuck M'eyent of Springfield, 111., won the 50-lap midget feature, first of two scheduled U.S.A.C. indoor auto races at the Fort "Wayne (Ind.) Memorial Coliseum. Elmer George of Indianapolis finished second. M.B.A. Action To Resume With 2 Tilts opinion of the association Brazil won the first International Junior Tennis Cup matches by defeating the United Slates in the final 21. Kra.il took the cup when Itonnic Harnes and Edison Mandarino, both of Rio de Janeiro, whipped ( buck Mi Kinley of St. Louis and l.arry Nagler of Los Angeles 6 3, 04 in the doubles match. Me-Kinley defeated Mandarino 6' 4, f!2, (11 in a singles match and Harnes whipped Nagler 6 3, 7 5, i 2. . . . Ales Olmeilo, the Peruvian from Los Angeles who starred for the U. S. in its Davis Cup victory over Australia, won his opening match in the. Western Australian Championships. Dime- do defeated Frank Taaffe of Australia H I, (1-1, 6 3. . . . Mai Anderson played his third professional malch and suffered his third defeat by veteran pro Ken McGregor 6-3, 6 3. , , . I o olb all The University of Iowa, which closed out an H 1-1 season with victory in the Rose Bowl, was named by the Football Writers Association of America as winner oi inc iiramianu nice award. The award, presented by Look Magazine, goes annually to the school which has the country's No. 1 team in the Jerrv Horns, who coached Iowa's backfiehl. was due to huddle wilh University of De. Iroit officials today about their vacant head football coaching iiiisi I ion. Mrs. Agnes Bosley, mother of professional fool ball player l!i me Hosley, died at Ron reverie. W. Va. after a brief ill ness. She was 43. Bruce was a star lineman at West Virginia University and a member of the San Francisco 4l)ers the last three seasons. . , , Johnny Carson, standout end for the Washington Redskins, an nounced his retirement from football. tt a v h all Steve O'Neill, 67ycar-old veteran of major league baseball as player, malinger, roach and scout, and Harrison Dillard, former Olympic hurdles and dash star, were dropped from the Cleveland Indians staff . . . Tommy Corcoran, holder of a major league record he established while a shortstop with the Cincinnali Reillegs, celebrated his DOth birthday at Voluntown, Conn. . . . Purchase of (he Orlando fran chise in the Florida State Base ball League by the Los Angeles dodgers was announced as league directors met at Orlando. With Orlando now a Dodger property, five teams, all with major league conned ions, definitely are tn the circuit for this year. Palalkii is affiliated with the Cincinnali ltedlegs, St. Petersburg wilh the New York Yankees, Daytona Reach with the SI, Louis Cardinals and Tampa wilh the Philadelphia Phillies. T r c U The Australian Athletic Union gave world record holding miler Herb F.lllott permission to come to Iho U, S, lo be honored as Iho No. 1 male athlete of I05H. F.lliott was selected in an A. P. poll. I ,' 1 1 r ir Ii r r r Hobby I 1st her, 15, the Brooklyn whiz kid, won his second slraight national chess chain- NOTICl " After a three-week holiday layoff, competition in the Major Basketball Association" is to be resumed tonight at St. George Gym, 18 and Standard. The feature attraction sends second place Bellarmine Alumni against third place Trailermcn at 8:30 o'clock. Pace-setting Bugie-mcn will take on Wiggs in the opening contest at 7. Pleasant Pats, tied with Wiggs for last place, will be idle. The game will be the second of the season between Ballar-mine Alumni, who have a 32 won-Iost record, and Trailcrrtien, who are 2-2. The first was a corker, Bellarmine winning 72 66. The Trailermcn have the No. 1 Individual scorer in the asso- r'alion in Ed Selv. In four games, he has scored 96 points for a nifty 24.0 single-game av erage. Second is Carl Wright of the Pleasant Pats, who has a 22.0 average on 110 points in five contests. Next comes Jim Board of Wiggs with a 20.0 average on 100 points in five tests. Wickley Top Tosser Ed Wickley of Wiggs Is leading in free-throw conversions. He has a 1)0.0 average on nine conversions in 10 attempts. Second is Charley Hampton of Trailermcn with 85.7 on 24 completions in 28 efforts. The Bugiemen, who have such stars as former All-American Ralph Beard, Jack Coleman, Forrest "Frosty" Able, Vlad Gaslevich and Owen Lawson, are unbeaten in five games. Their top individual point-maker is Lawson, former Western Slate College ace, who has a 16.2 average pn 81 points in five tests. Iroquoi Aa (1. Wins Polio Cafje 'Journey Iroquois A. C. won the first Polio Basketball Tournament last night at Highland Park Recreation Center. Led by Kenny Geralds, Iroquois A. C, decisioned Hazel-wood A. C. 50 42 In the final. Geralds led all scorers with 21 points. Iroquois led 31-20 at halftime. In an added attraction, Laundry Girls beat Bill's Old-Timers 27 14. The tourney was sponsored by the Men's Municipal Basketball Association, an affiliate of the City Recreation Division. lichcls Heat 1 in is to to Mercs 5 Continued from Pnge 4 tered a 15 fooler from the left at 18:11 of the second session and Maisonncuve scored the Mercs' fourth goal on a 20 footer with only seven seconds left in the game. The Rebels, who have been promised two-a-day drills this week by Gasparini in an attempt to regain I heir early season form, are in action next when Troy invades tho Armory Friday night. NOTICI ' Nnllre la hereby atrn thai Ihe Ken-lilrky llrpartmrnt of Motor Tranaporta-llnu Hill hold a hearina in the odl.e of Ihe leni Inieni t f'raiikrnrt, Ken-ttirky, nn r eliiiiarjr 3, tlttll. and a ronllnueil hearing on Kehruai y 17, llM, at the Court llouaei In Owenaborn, Kentiirky, on Ihe application of the Hiillwav Kxprena Aaem-y. Inc.. lor niolor roinmon earlier tiurk rertnii-ale for lh hamUlne. of eiprre i-nniniodlllra Irom I nitlavllle. 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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 05 Jan 1959, Mon,
  3. Page 18

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