Jack Sly Pres of wildlife

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Jack Sly Pres of wildlife - long-hitting Souchak was rated ahead of such...
long-hitting Souchak was rated ahead of such well-known money-winners as Jackie Burke, the PGA and Masters champion; Dow Finsterwald, the second-leading cash collector of 1956; Doug Ford, winner of the recent rich Los Angeles Open and the Panama City, Panama, titles; and Jay Hebert, who Bing Crosby pro captured the championship. Just about all the big names of the current touring brigade, with the exception of National Open champion Dr. Cary Middlecoff, are on hand to battle for the top prize on the Tijuana Country Club course. Souchak not only is the favorite to win the tournament, but he has been installed as a 10-1 shot, to shoot the best score the opening day. Burke, Hebert and some of the others in the fine field are playing under a mild protest. They are opposed to open gambling on golf tournaments. "There is too much of a chance for a scandal in the game of golf 10 days of negotiations. Dupler is promoter of the fight. Dupler said Frank Sfcaraggi, Durango's manager, signed for a $3,000 guarantee while Fullmer agreed to 40 per cent of gross gate receipts. Durango has knocked out 29 opponents in compiling a list of 40 victories, He lost 20 and fought five times to a draw. Fullmer already has signed to meet Wilt Greaves' of Pittsburgh at Salt Lake City on Jan. 28. Fight Results By UNITED PRESS BOSTON: Gil Cadilli, 127%, San Francisco, outpointed Miguel Berrios, 127, Puerto Rico. (10) to take this kind of a chance," Burke said. "In the future we will have a clause in our contracts that will stop this type of bookie betting and odds-making." HEADS WILDLIFE GROUP-^Fack Sly (right) newly-elected president of the Lehi Wildlife Association, with the outgoing president, Merlin Bourne. Jack Sly Named President Of Group LEHI — Jack Sly, sportsman and wildlife leader, hfls been named president of Uae Lehi Wildlife Association, succeeding Merlin Bourne, who has headed the organization during the past year. Dale Peterson will serve as vice president, and Dick Eddington, Merlin Peart, Jim Davis, Gerald Turner and Vincent Scown as directors. B. H. Colledge is holdover director, and Eva Oxborrow, secretary. The election was held Monday night at a meeting called to discuss wildlife problems. Dale Peterson led a discussion of ."the deer problenj along, the Timps- nogos face. Color slides were shown of the High Uintahs and of tjie Elk herd at Hardware Raiach in Blacksmith Fork east of Hyrum. Stokes Stars But Royals Still Lose A record-breaking performance by Maurice Stokes wasn't enough Wednesday night to gain the Rochester Royals a virtual tie for the Western Division lead in the National Basketball Association. Stokes tallied 31 points and set a Rochester Arena record with 33 rebounds, but the Royals bowed in overtime to the St. Louis Hawks, 108-106. A win would have put the Royals within two percentage points of Fort Wayne; the loss left them a game behind. Bob Pettit and Chuck Share were the game heroes for St. Louis. B U S Y 6 E f S • are waiting to serve you in ATTESTATIONS ^**^ in the Intermountain Area York Jack "the a circuit life, a 4, in the in was boxing's in Firpo, in at after him

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  1. The Daily Herald,
  2. 17 Jan 1957, Thu,
  3. Page 15

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