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 - all 40 dock" heavy a Middle- Hewitt Beats...
all 40 dock" heavy a Middle- Hewitt Beats Barend In Coliseum Mat Bout Topping a card which produced some of the hottest of the year, Frank (Taraan) Hswjtt copped the decisive fall and over Johnny Barend in their best-in-three-falls main, Sun.jth e Coliseum wrestling card last night. The finale came close to being a double knockout, as charging Hewitt, who had Barend hanging on the ropes, butted in the chin by Barend. Tarzan went flat on his Barend bung limply 0" the ropes, and Referee Jack Milicich took up a count on both. Hewitt managed to recover just Saturday in ol the he Avenue-was time to get the verdict. Hit Satsman Enobles CB A To Win,4 to a 4 slQp _ l t . drawi^T^^. 1 -"«·-! baseball learn lo 3 ^erdjct over North in a High School league K' m e ye the Grant school d' the his up \ League games ate prdinanly only seven innings and jester-days da«h v,as the second overtime game this season between the rivals ^who played to a 1-1 deadlock li 11 ill- ntngs previously It was CBA's third win in four games and North s second loss in three starts The teams were tied, 3-3. at the end of seven innings In the eighth Psul McConnitK singled a n1 Tom Murray drew a walk Alter an infield out advancing advancing th? runners Frank CappelletU was sale on a fielder": choice and McCormick vtas caught in a scramble between third and home. Ron GodlevLskl walked lo »U1 the sscbs and Vmce Davirro North's second pitcher, hit Wick. Colabella with a pitch lo force in the run George Backer pitched until the, Etventh tor CB* and fanned while allowing five hits. allow ng fwe hitsirLhrnzehSshrldsh in the seventh. All Bey Bows · AH but ittalinf the show in K series ot bouts which had 2000 fmna screaming. All Bey, who t? far from being an Urn Bey at enemies before Steve (Mr America) America) Stanlee flattened him in tbc Bey. short, poweiful Turk ·wttt a close -cropped, bullet head, used his head fpr buUing his bare feet for kicking, and made use of Staii- lee'i flowiag locks lo get in post relieved him Charles limes pitched until innln? fpr North when unable to get · food grip on Turk s slippery nagfin finally solved it by snatching · leelock and forcing the mustached Bey holler "Uncle" after H 51 at ·work Hewitts Hooper ratine, or ·what- ever It la they us* to ititasuft vfeion reaction, might be boosted by hi5 perfr-naftnce against Barend, lor th« bellled) bis- chested Tarzan nil land Barend with everything but the referee. Barend cheered OB by belies ot bobby soxers, -was in the midst of apDly- iqg a Hying block when It back* tired, aa Hewitt came grapple business, showed a world of cglor and made a houselu) o f tion for nig favorite holds. Stanlee. urea, as flewiu came up with uts knee to the face that fJattencd|^ ae ^ Johnny at 11« lor the first lalL Barend got tvea quickly, using fly in r ttropklek- for a fall iau rwuiKd onlT w and the 3.07 Kay MacCUrlty. (ivinj away about SO pounds to tha 2DO pauna Ski H4 L«, looked like a. soli the TCTM badmaa. but Mac- not only took all Lee had · --..^i -- · - . - - - - ^ . - - - · - . . . ^J-ttiiiJ a^Uh V I A J » LUIJJV 01£ J_f CC llflLl ^as relieved bi Davirro CBA soti but eventual^ fiad the «idc-burned four hits A ValJey-Vacational gameplanned postponed because or grounds and will be played at 3,1$ p re today at Harriet park. Score by innings. ^rtn J UD Q Q1D ^1^' ^ ^ Becker Colibcllt "I 1 uid Xccennlct, - Hints D«rtr-« 17 cringing and blcyclinf 10 escape further damage It \fant 30 minutt* to a. draw, with Lee roundly boo^d Iron the hall at (.tie finish The opsnerv another drag out affair, saw Joe Cbrutie assaulting- Bobby for 20 minutes and getting a

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 03 May 1950, Wed,
  3. Page 21

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