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Jones and Barend Triumph In Mirthful Tag Mat Bout BY ED REDDY Lloyd (Farmer) Jones, bearded Arkansan, and Johnny Barend, good looking young Rochester athlete, won the tag match which featured last night's piofessional wrestling card at Memorial Auditorium, defeating a pair of toughies, La (Lone Wolf) Baxter, 239, of North Carolina, and Don 220, of Kingston, in straight falls. Thesz Booked The match produced plenty of I Milwaukee, Wis., battled to a mirth and continuous action for minute draw in one of the 2,601 spectators, an attendance fig- ing bouts. Martinelli was " the ured considerably lower than that crowd's favorite but both wrestlers for the past three Tuesday night v,ere well conditioned matmen mat cards. Promoter Don George asserted that many of the wrestling fans apparently thought that the auto show was the lone attraction at the Auditorium last night but the wide- provided speedy, fast entertainment all the way. In the opener. Wild Man Zimm, who must have escaped from barbers barbers for a long time, defeated Frank (Tarzan) Hewitt, of Mont- shouldered f o r m e r heavy weight,real, in 15.26. The champion was unperturbed and an-won when Hewitt failed to nounced that Lou Thesz, recognized champion in many states, would tossed out. top next week's card. FARMER WINS FIRST FALL The tag match opened with Barend opposing Baxter while Evans and Jones watched the action action outside the ropes. Barend car-i ried the brunt of the battle for his "team" for about 15 minutes -with both, of his foes handing out plenty of wallops. Then the barefoot. to the ring in time after being Princeton Wins To Tie Cornell PRINCETON, N. J., Feb. 19. --Princeton solved a dogged Yale team for a 58-44 victory tonight "mule kicks" to soften up Evans and a first-place tie with Cornell for the first fall, clinched with alin the Ivy League. body press, in 18 minutes, 45 seconds. Prior to the second fall, action was spirited and gleeful. Jones, who had his shoes parked in thels ecom j deniir-clad Jones bounced in and I flashed a series of spectacular tenacious defense earned a 25-23 haLftime lead, but Princeton's superior superior accuracy took its toll in the corner, grabbed one of his brogansj Tne game broke wide open in the to threaten a glowering foe and|ft n a ] quar t er w h en Princeton ran Barend also caught the idea for; U p 17 pom t s to 9 for Yale Six- one phase of the affair. And so.foot. eight-inch Foster Cooper of Barend and Jones both waving | Princeton was high for the of shoes chased their opponents r. out of the ring. HITS PARTNER BY MISTAKE Another time, Baxter, leaping in to loose a smash at Baread when the Rochester boy. was being choked by Evans, got mixed up in . - ._ . a pivot play and hit his partner. m the league with a 1-5 record. Evans, by mistake. Evans promptly j 'chased his partner out into the, audience. | Finally working together, t h o j "bad men" were punishing then- foes consistently but Baxter got too rough for Referee Joe Palmer and Baxter was disqualified for apparently apparently scraping at Jones" eyes in illegal fashion. So Barend and Jones were awarded the second fall on a penalty at 14.27. with 14 points. The victory was the fifth in a row for Princeton and fourth straight in the Ivy League. Cornell Cornell and Princeton, tied with 6-1 circuit records, both play Friday night. Yale remains next-to-last Ennis' Pay Cut But He Accepts Phillies' Contract PHILADELPHIA. Feb. 19. A)-- ! to , · EnT11S ' 'ing infielder for Tony Martinelli, 235, of Cliffside. N. J.. and Reggie Lisowski, 228, of who for 1952 contract today and said he was "hannv" a l t h n h P hart tr, !=,!·«, = ,,=,,, whHe 48 'happy" altho he had to take a cut. Ennis came to terms after a

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  2. 20 Feb 1952, Wed,
  3. Page 17

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