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"4 B THE SALT L'AKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1934. JORDAN SECTOR PLAY HOLDS CENTER OF BASKETBALL STAGE I COMBAT FOR THIRD SPOT WAXES WARM jOgden, Logan Expected to Continue Fast Pace in District By MARLOWE BSANAGAN With the journey to Tourneyville halfway completed in several regions of the state, a number of interesting and important games are scheduled tor this week. Chief interest will be centered on Jordan district of Region Two, Ogden district of Ilegion One, Sanpete district of Region Four, ond Dixie district of Region Six. Other Interesting games are on tap in other districts, but the feature battles will likely occur in the districts and regions mentioned. The teams in the Jordan district play two sets of games this week Granite and Jordan are heading the parade, with four wins and only one loss apiece. Following the two loaders come Murray and Bingham., each with three triumphs and two defeats. Three teams from this dutrict enter the annual state tournament Granite and Jordan are picked to enter •without undue difficulty, but the but- tle for the third team to enter promises plenty of excitement. Heavy Jordan Schedule Jordan district teama play games Monday, Tuesday and Friday o£ this •week. On Monday Cyprus goes to Tooele and Davis takes a jaunt out to Grantsville. These four teanxs are In the lower half ot the standings, and none of them is expected to scrap for a tournament post. Tuesday evening Granite and Bingham clash on the Miners' floor, and Jordan meets the ever dangerous Murray five at Murray. Granito is doped to beat the Miners, but the Bingham crew has come on fast in Its last three games, and an upset would not be entirely out *f order. Murray, conqueror of Granite :n ^ one of the biggest upsets of the season, gl Is primed to duplicate against Jordan, k, "The Beetdlggers will be favored, but 0 , when Murray plays on Its home floor ft i St Is a tough team to get past. 0 ,' Friday games In Jordan district find w Davis at Bingham, Grantsville at Jordan, T.ooele at Murray, and Cyprus at Granite. The four home teoms are picked to win these battles, •t Up in Region One, Ogden and Lev di gan, present loop leaders, hove com- ro paratlvely easy games Ibis week. Lof* 1 gan goes to Bear River, and barring •' an upset, the Grizzlies should check in Some Brilliant Performers in State Scholastic Race •with their sixth triumph of the sea son. Ogden goes to Richmond to ineet Hebe Whiting's North Cache crew. The Tigers are not expected to have much trouble in winning this fiame. In Region Three, In both Nebo and lAlpine districts the leaders are picked !to trim their opponents. Gunnison, surprisingly strong, is •till on top in Sanpete play. The Gunners have chalked up four straight victories, and unless Manti trips them this week, will ba strong favorites to fo.ta the tournament. Region Five has no feature games listed this week. In Carbon district, Carbon will have a chance to cop un- 31 disputed possession of the lead by de- u ; feating Ferron. The Miners tied with Central high o£ Castle Dale *' for top place, but Central is idle this •» *•' .week. . Kanab, »ixlo Threatened . , j-j Kanab and Dixie, leading teams of J.\the Dixie district, meet strong foes TjiHhls week and the race for honors in » l Utah's Dixieland may become keener lt than it is at the present time. Dixie meets the B. A, C. five Wednesday at St, George, and Knnab clashes with Hurricane Wednesday et Hurricane. The Hurricanes were upset by Enterprise last week, and ;will be out to trip the Cowboys.' In City league play. East and South •will furnish the entertainment In all three divisions. East is in last place and will have to win at least two of the games to entertain, any hopes for league honors. The C teams will meet Thursday at South and tha A and B games will be played Friday evening at the DCS- eret gym. South is doped to win the C and A games, while the Cubs are given an even chance in the B game. fii ki o] fc T. bi IV k< to m oi K M ot ai re to This and That & to te HI itc z { (Continued from JPrcccdlnt Page* condition for a match at a nio- mtni's notice. You never see a -wrestler "walking: around on his heels," like battered fighters. Some of them may be naturally "Koafy," but we don't believe they get. that way from wrestling. - That wrestling's on the upgrade there can be no doubt. Possibly It has reached its zenlsh, but indications are that it is still growing. When "just another wrestling match" draws 20,000 people and a gate of $30,000 there must be something about wrestling that rewards its patrons. Wasatch Warders Win From Gibbs ^ W«satch -ward M Men basketball team If took a 33-56 fieclilon from the Lauren W. M K: orb6s"outIlVlnThV"WMtrnTniiter KnlBht and Campbell led tha acorlnr al- lack tor the victors. The scon. WABATCH O.T.F.P. Brown.rf 1303 Bod KnlKht.Jf 4119 O*mobfJ1,o ,, 4 a i fl Koxejr.r* ... 0000 Ralph Knliht, V 1113 Tucker c Wjleoi.U ',"„ 1002' .,100 2 chrlnten- Goddard.e .. 1003 een.lf M«.««W'If " g 0 0 0 Totals ... 1.16 J33 Score by quarters: GIBBS O.T.F P Pendleton.rf .0311 0000 2 3 1 5 Dn,«,u ..,.», .* .1 J 3 Parker,rg ... 0323 632 14 1 1 (1 3 ,1103 » I 0 0 Totilc 10 IS 6 26 Players Show Great Ability In Prep Races Numerous Lncls Command Attention. Because of Brilliant Work Who are the cream of Utah l)!gh school basketball players lor 1D34? Although the annual, slate tournament will now begin until March 14, a number of boys are making determined bids for all-state honors by heir brilliant play for Ihcir respec- ivo teams. Sharpshooters have been frequent- y mentioned this season, but perhaps ione has been publicized as has the sensational'Glen Chilton, who tosses em in from far and near for Lehi. Chitton is loading the scorers In Alpine district, and he is well on the way to setting an all-time scoring record in that district. A little fellow, barely 5 feet 4 nches tall, is the sensation of Nebo district. His name is Bill Allison, and he performs lor Tintic. Tintic las yet to'win a game—but It's not Bill Allison's fault. LnMar Fullmer, Spanish Fork star, is another forward who is being put forward for honors this season. South Cache may rot enter the tournament, and if the Lenm fails to annke the grade, fans will be unable to watch the sensational Brig Maughan toss in buckets from the far-off spaces. Otterbeck and Haslam, Logan for; wards, form another pair of sharpshooters who nro keeping their team in the hoop race. A slender" youngster of the name of Nielson, who performs lor Salina, is the sensation of North Sevier district. Against Monroe last Friday he garnered 18 points —and that's shooting in anybody's league. Rnsmussen. of Box Elder, Scott of Tooele, E. Cox'of Manti, Woffinden of Lehi, Pendlelon of Granite, Harold Grow, who is foremost in the Cyprus attack, little Jimmy Byrne of Bingham, and his running mate Whitten; Day and Seepan ot Jordan, Tony DeAngeles of Cnr- bon—what an impressive array. And, make no mistake, there are plenty of other boys just as good as the boys listed. When a prep team hns a good center jt is rather unusual. The pivot post seems to ba a job that few high school players can handle well—but take a look nt this list: Maurice Kennedy ot Ogden, Jules Dieu of Weber. Dick Hansen of Box Elder. And all these boys play in the same district. Jt looks like a tough job picking all district choice from a trio like that. If Granite repeats and wins the state championship p lot of the credit ior doing so must go to Ralph Crowton. Wayne Soffen, Jordan center Is another boy who is playing 1 gooe ball this season. Big Bill Wilin has been a steady player for Springville at both center and guard, and Ear Sells, Kephi center, is the bulwark c his team's attack. An impre,?sive array of guards are playing this season for state higl jciiools, including Reed Oviatt o Davis, Gus Black of Jordan, the Gran ite sophomore star, Roy Heesch. Each of these boys is one reason for whatever success his team may have in the hoop campaign. Down at Miners- viile the fans are acclaiming the achievements of Marshall Hollinas- head, and his record is a good one. Delta has a fine center in Paul Snow, but lie is also a good man to have hanging under: the basket when, thej COLLEGE TRACK RIVALS STRONG Among the big guns of the state high school basketball race are: (1) Glen Chilton oi Lehi; (2) Allen Otterbeck of Logan; (3) Stewart Pendleton of Granite; (4) Bill AVilkin of Springville. These boys are prominent in their respective teams' bids for tournament places. VETERAN CUE ACE COMPETES De Oro Tries Hand at 3- Cusliion Game; Tourney Opens Monday Pet. .833 .833 -COT .BG7 .500 .143 .143 .143 REOION ONE Ocdcn District Won. Lost. Logan '.'. ,..'.'.'.','..'.','.'.'.'.'.'.'. s nax Elder -t Weber 4, 3outli Cache ., 3 North Cache 1 Preston t Dear River ,. 1 Friday's Schedule Preston at Weber. OKdcn at, North Cache. LoBnn at Bear River. Box Elder at South Cache. Rich District Won, Lost. Tct. South Rich a 0 1.000 North Rich 0 3 .000 Frlday'i Schedule South Rich at North Rich (Laketown). Add Much Freshman Talent to Challenge Utah Supremacy (Continued from Precedlne Pasto) le, field events; Aland Forgeon, uirdler, Peterson on Hand Although losing Campbell in the weights, Coach Dick Homney has gained a man of high school fnme. REGION TWO Jordan District Won. Lost. Grant!,-) ............ . ..... 4 Jordnn ................... 4 Murray ... ................. 3 BlnRhatn .................. 3 D.ivl.i . Cyprus Prep Standings and Schedule NOTE— Standlnss Include games plnycrt Saturday. ................... .1 Tooele .................... 3 Qiantsvllle ............... 0 iVlond&y'x Scbedula Cyprus nt Tooole. Davis Rt Qrnntsvllle. Tuesday's Schfrtulo Qrnnlte nt BlnRham. Jordan at Murray. Friday's Schedule Dixvls nt BlnBiirvm. Ornntsvlllo at Jordan. Tooele nt Murray. Cyprus nt drnnlte. Summit District Won. Lost. ret. .800 .soo .600 .600 .400 .400 .400 .000 Carbon District Won. arbon 3 entral (C&stle Dale) 3 Greenrlvcr 3 HuiUlnntbn*'.'." '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. i Friday's Schedule Carbon at Perron. Orcrnrlvcr nt Huntlneton. Central, bye. REGION SIX illlllird District 'Illniore 4 ' •Uncklyo 4 Beaver .. 4 Delta 3 .tlncrsvllle 3 llKord 0 Friday's Schedule Mlnersvlllc at Delta. Flllmorc at Hlncklcy. Beaver at Milford. North Summit. Morgan South Summit Wnantch vHcber City) Pel. 1.000 Dixie ristrirt Won. Lost. Kanab 3 i Jlxle 4 i lurrlcnnc- 5 3 Vnlley hl«l\ (Ordervlllc) ... 3 3 ^ ..a 4 B. A. C. (Ccdftr City) Enterprise Peterson ot Provo, who shat- ered all state records with the shot- nit last yeor. Another freshman la mlnary is Kent Ryan of Logan high, who is a hurdler and also a weight man. In the distance runs, Aggies lave gained Galloway, and in the lurdies Raleigh Judd of Grantsville, who is expected to garner n lot of 3oints for the Aggies. Several other Jre'hmcn, including Paul Blanton and Carl MuUinenux ol Arizona, arc expected to show up well iu track. In the distance races, the Aggies are well fortified with Robert.'!, Pyper and Dutson of last year's team, and with the addition of George Galloway, Uintah phenom, should do a lot of thinRs. In the sprints, the Ag- gies are depending on Humphries, Nelson nnd Schaub. Simmons is turning out to be a discus thrower and should uome close to the record before lie gets through college. Howard Law, who is completing his four- year nthletic career at the school, should garner quite a lew points in the weights. opposition has the ball. Dctmer ot Beaver, Warner ot Fillmore, Alvey nnd Roundy ot Escalante—and the list is barely started. The 1034 crop ol high school stars is a big one. 5n addition to quantity it has quality \vith a capital Q. KEOION' THREE Alpine District Won. Lost. Lehi Provo ".. ......'............. 4 B. Y. hlih 3 American Fork , 1 Pleasant Orovo Lincoln 0 5 Friday's Schedule Leril ot Pleasant drove. B. Y. hlich nt Provo. Lincoln at American Tork. Nebo nlxrlct Won. Lost. Hprlnsvlllo Ncphl Fayson Spanish Pork >p.i fin Tintic Richfield 4 Blcknell _alltia l i \fonroo l 3 Friday'* Schedule Sallna at Rlchflelil. Monroe at Blcknell. South KevJer District Won. Lost. Bscalnnte 4 0 ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE S 3 3 n Friday's Rrhrrlulo Nepht fit Tintic (Eureka*. Sprlnirvllle at Spnnl.i!) Pork. Pnyson, bye. BEOION' FOUR North SevKr Blstrkt Won. Lost. Tct. 1.000 .800 .401) .400 .WO .000 Tel. .ISO .150 .500 .500 .000 Pet. 1.00(1 .333 .333 .250 Mnrysvalc PanKultch Ctrclcvllle ' Frlilny'* Selirit Clrclevillc at Marysvalc. Escnlnnle at Pancultch. Prt 1.000 .'.'30 .2.10 .000 Gunnlscn - s Moroni Sanpcte District Won. Lo.<t. ..... ..... Wnsatch acndchiy ............ Ephralm .................. l North Sanpetf ............ 0 Frldny'j Srbfdnlo Pet l.OOC .T5U .500 .00' OnnnUon at Manti. North Sanpcte at Ephralm. Moroni at Wasntch itcadcmr (Mt. Pirns >nt). rnrwo TRIKS MOTOR JIACINO Pflmo Camera, world's heivywclgh champion, is reported about to cr.ter ivctd w»y ovtnU la Italy. REGION FIVE Uintali District Won. Lost. Jlntah loosevelt 4 luchesne ,.... 1 'entrnl (Ml. Emmons) l Uterra 0 Wednesday's Schedule Duchesnc at Ulntnh (Vernal). Central at Rooaevclt. Friday's Schedule Central tit Altcrra. Roosevelt at Ulnt.-vh. Pet. 1.000 • ROD .600 .200 .000 NEW YORK, Feb. 3 (A 5 )—Alfredo de Oro, whose name was synonymous with billiards even before the great Willie Hoppe learned how to hold a cue, returns to major competition on Monday with the opening oC the world's three-cushion tournament, in which Welker Cochrnn, of San Francisco, will defend his title against 10 other stars. Lost. 1 1 2 3 3 Lost. 3 2 a 3 Wednesday's Schedule B. A. C. at Dixie. Friday's Schedule Kanab at Hurricane. Valley hlffh at Parowan. Saturday's Schedule Valley high at D. A. c. Farownn at Enterprise. Pet. .750 .750 .500 .250 .250 Pet. .667 .fSSl •.ni .5(10 .000 Pet. .W3 .800 .714 .500 .333 .161 .107 Grnnd District Won. Lost. ,foab a JlandinK 0 tomiccllo 0 Friday's Schedule Biandlne at Moab. Pet. 1.000 .000 .000 CITY LEAGUE Won. Last. Pet. ft .* S 4 .1... South s 3 .500 ~:.isl .. 4 5 ,414 Thursday's Schedule East at South (O division). Friday's Schedule South vs. East, B division, Desfrrt sym. South vs. Ens*.. A division, Deserct cym JORDAN JUNIOR LEAGUE _ Won. Lost. 3anrty 5 o Draper 4 i Mtdvale v... 3 2 West Jordan 2 n Rlverton i 4 "nlon n 5 Thursday'* Srhedule West Jordan ot Rlverlon. Mldvale at Union. Sandy c,t Draper. (1RANITE JUNIOR I.RAfttlE _ .. Won. Lost. Granite 5 Cox Shatters Record To Win Caliente Open Brooklyn Ace's 282 Withstands Assaults of Rivals; Willie Hunter Second By BRIAN BELL AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico, Feb. 3 (AP)—W. H. (Wifi'y) Cox won the fifth annual Agua Caliente open golf championship with a 72-hole scale of 282 today, to not only establish a new scoring record for the event, but knocked a pet golf supposition into the nearest "trap. The Brooklyn pro led the field at the end of the second round, held hbi position through a gruelling third round and was still out in front by a stroke over Willie Hunter, Culver City, Calif., pro, when the firing was over for the year on the Mexican front. An old golf axiom has it that some of the leaders blow in the third round CALLIES TO ; PLAY SINGER 'KID' OUTFIT The Salt I^ake Callies and Stnrer "Kids" will play a. soever game Sunday at the fair grounds, beginning: at 3:15 p. m., it was announced Saturday by H. O. TurviUo, secretary of the Utah Soccer union. RICKS EDGES OUT PARSONS Westminster Team Holds Powerful Vikings to 44-43 Victory and those who fail to explode in the third crack in the fourth. Cox ran the scale in winning the ?1500 first money. His four rounds moved up a stroke a day, C9-70-71-72, George Schneiter, Ogrden Golf and Country club professional, rang up a. 77 on the final day of the Agua Caliente open to record a total score of 304. John W. Gtcrlsun of El Monte municipal course, Ogden, took a 79 for a total of 306. Ricks college defeated Westminster in an exciting battle, 44 to 43, at Westminster Saturday night. This is the closest game thai Ricks has had all season. The Vikings led at' the half by a three-point margin, 20 to 17, after the lead had alternated a number of times. Westminster came back to lead, 32 to 29, at the end of the third period. The Parsons held the lead at the three-minute mark, 42 to 3C. At this point Wycherly was sent out on fouls. Ricks started a rally that tied the count nt 42-all, \vith 50 seconds to play. Leavitt of Wistminster was given a free try and made the throw. Westminster led, 43 to 42. Watson of Ricks mode a setup to put Ricks in the lead. Wolfrom was fouled, but missed the that would have tied the score, just as the gun ended the gome. The score: RICKS Woads.rf .... Jacobs.ll ... Waison.c ____ . .. Siiedacker.JC. Peterson, c .. Ricks. WESTMINSTER .... G.T.F.P. 3 2 2 BlWycliprly.rt . 37410 . ..... Clements, IK ..0000 400 8!L-eavltt,!I . 2 3 I SlWhontJnke.c 142 4!Catrow.rE . 131 SIKuclw.lit .. 310 343 fliLlmb.r? ... Oil! . fl 5 3 15 .1402 .3535 .3217 .0000 . n 0 0 0 ..0100 Totals . . 17 18 10 44 Score by quarters: Elcks 10 Westminster B Referee. Jensen; umpire. King. Totals .. 1624 II 43 20 29 17 33 L. T. Gannon Sinks Two Approaches At Forest Dale L. T. Cannon sank two approach The 71-year-old Cuban, a boy won-| sho ^ to card an ' exce i]ent 34 at the **» f,f fV*« *0flr« •f'lilnrl ir» or»T-r» a j~<11 ti 11, _ , __ . , . _ , Forest Dale golf course Saturday. Cannon was only one of the 75 golfers who enjoyed the excellent weather at the Ninth East course during the der of the '80s, failed to earn a qualifying berth in the national championship at Philadelphia, but was seeded n the "big show" because of a record that includes not only the three- cushion title many times, but the pocket championship no less than 15 years prior to 1911. In his opener, De Oro will match strokes with Cochran, who left the 18.2 balldine ranks to prove "that a good balkline player can beat the best of three-cushion stars." The other opening night match will bring together J. N. Bozoman of Vallejo, Cal., runnerup last year, and the recently crowned national champion, Kinrey Matsuyama, Japanese star from New York City. Hoppe,'now 46 years old, will seek the only billiard title that has escaped his grasp. Twice he has tried for the three-cuahion crown, but each time was turned back by the red- haired Johnny Layton of Sedalia, Mo., who will be battling for his eleventh championship. Hoppe's championship record dates to 1007. when he won the 18.1 balk- line title for the first time. He still ranks as the king of the 18.1 playters and holds the cushion carom championship. From 1910 to 1920 he wa. c 18.2 titleholder and repeated in 1922 and 1924, deserting the balkline game in 1928 to concentrate on the more popular three cushions. Four of the other entries have held the three-cushion title. They are Tiff Denton, Kansas City, Mo., champion in 1923; Augie Kieckhefer, the Chicago southpaw, who dethroned De Oro in 1918 and won again in 1932; Otto Rcisclt, the Philadelphia school master, who carrcid off the honors in 1926-27 and the 1031 winner, thur Thurnbald of Chicago. ATlen Hall, a perennial contender from Chicago, and Len Kenney, Chicago run- norup for the national title, complete the field. day. The course was a little slow, but Professional Mickey Riley expects that by Sunday it will be in the best of condition. Temporary greens are aeing used, of course. Jack Gorman, playing with Mrs. Jorrnan, carded a 40-38, and Ed Kin'gsley, the Utah State amateur titleholder, demonstrated that the winter golf he has been playing on the Pacific coast has kept him in the best of shape by shooting some brilliant golf in a threesome with George Orullian and Tipton Knapp. Jack Ensign, the Dale team captain, shot 18 holes with Adrian Pembroke and H. J. Moser. Flnnoulh OnrJleld Cypru.t .. Irving .. Blnlne ., Marilfton Monroe Thiirsday'i Schedule Granite at Blame. Irvine at Madison. Clarfleld at Plymouth. Cyprus nt Monroe. Pet ..oso .800 .600 .400 .200 .000 Pet. 1.000 .803 .800 .600 .400 .200 .300 .000 PAT KRF.rS C.OINT, Lieutenant Pat McDonald of the New York police department holds the ircord lor lon&ovitr in amateur athletics. He won Uls ( A. A. U. chamiMonshlD In 1801. captured the nation*! .18-pound weight throw last summer and started hl» iwenty- elehth ctmpalsn aa hiruuur jn»n In Indoor meeU. German!a Club to Lay Plans Monday Women's Basket Body to Meet; Officers Named when more than a stroke advance would have been embarrassing. Hunter Stroke Behind Hunter, who was 41 years old Inst Monday, was given a handsome birthday present of $1000 for finishing second. The former British star, long resident in the United States, carried the fight to the last hole, coming to the eighteenth with a chance to tie for the lead by getting 1 a birdie three. He fired a great iron 22 feet above the cup and was left with a tricky putt against the grain of the green. He studied the line closely, but his ball stopped a scant two feet short. Cox played consistent, but not spectacular golf throughout. His 72 today was the same scored by Hunter, but Wiffy finished 40 minutes ahead of Willie and the Briton knew what he had to do to catch him. A p\itt of no more than two little feet dipped past the cup for Hunter on the short 15th, when he was up for his par three and that wee stroke as it turned out was an expensive one. Asked if he could attribute his success to any particular part ol his golf game, Cox said without hesitation: "Sure, luck. No one can. win a golf tournament without having a lot of luck." Denny Shute, British open champion, sho.t a sparkling 68 in 1he last round to slip into third place with a total of 285. Shute, who left after the play for Miami, Fla., and his professional duties there, was off to an indifferent stort with 75, but he played great golf thereafter. Ky Laffoon, young Denver pro and exponent of the hole in one, was among the several stars with last day scores of 72 and his 286 gave him fourth place. Tied for fifth at 237 were Leo Diegel, Olin Dutra and. Horton Smith. Abe Espinosa continued to play consistent golf by scoring 72 for the fourth time in four days and his 288 gave him a tie for eighth with Paul Runyan, the winner last year, the White Plains professional started the play with a groat 69 in the first round, but never again, was able to get under par. Harry Cooper took tenth place with a four-round total of 289 and there was a four-cornered tie for eleventh between MacDonald Smith Bobby Cruickshank, Jimmy Thompson and Vic Ghezzi, Humson, N. J. The first meeting ot the tormed Salt Lake City Basketball Officials' Association for Women will be held Sundav, beginning at 2 p. m., in the Y. W. C. A. building. All women interested in becoming recognized officials are urged to attend. The organization was formed for the purpose of furthering the-best interests of basketball for women. Jl aims to promote the proper interpretation of the rules by encouraging the use of the rules adopted by the Amer- icnn Physical Education association. Following are the officers of association: Mrs. Sylvia Hurt Durrant, chairmnn; Miss Carol Evans, vice Walsh Baes 67 Frank Walsh, Chicago professional, saved his best for the last and, with a great 67, became the fifth player of the week to share in the new course record. Walsh finished with a total of 290 and 15th place. Fay Coleman, Los Angeles; Bill Mehi- horn, Brooklyn, who also scored G7s earlier in the play, and Julius Ackerbloom, Little Rock, Ark., tied for 16th with 291. Johnny Dawson, smiling Chicago boy, won the amateur honors with a total of 2Q6, with Charlie Seaver, Los Angeles, runner-up at ?,97. Dr. Cliff Baker, Portland, Ore., was a stroke back at 298. Cox, the winner today, took his place with a list of distinguished pros who have captured the stern Agua Caliente test. Gene Sarazen started the ball rolling in 1930, John Golden. George Von. Elm tied in 1931, chairman, and Miss secretary-treasurer. Vcrtise Ficke, The Germania Athletic club will lay plflns for thf» rnmint/ x-f>nr itlrin. day evening at 8 o'clockln" the Newhouse hotel. Dr. L. H. L. Stobbe, president, will preside. SDveral officials of the club have resigned, an an election will be held to fill their positions. Provo Golfers To Open Season PROVO—The midseason golf reason will open Sunday at the Provo Timpanogos municipal golf course, it was announced Saturday by G. Merle Taylor, secretary-treasurer of the course. Lincoln Triumphs Over Las Vegas Five, 32-18 CALIENTE, Nov.—Lincoln high smothered Las Vegas basketball five .•ejat Panaca Friday night, 32 to 18. Lincoln proved too fast for Las Vegas Fred Morrison, 1D32, and Paul money last year. Pasadena, won in. Hunyaa took first Mancusco 111; Typhoid Feared HOUSTON, Texas, Feb. 3 The . star catcher of the Giants, Gus Mancusco, is ill here and rrwv hav tv- phoid fever. Dr. E. M. Armstrong said the first blood count showed no typhoid, but that another count to be made within the next two or three days should prove more conclusive. Charlie Drcssen, also a member of the Giants, is in Memorial hospital here, recuperating Irom an eight- week siege of typhoid. at all stages. The score at the half wns Lincoln 20, Las Vegas 8. Conch Keith Lee used his second squad considerably. It was the twelfth successive victory for Lincoln. IfOCKF.V RKSUl.TS „.. National I.eacnr. Ott.iwii 4. Toronto K. 0 g.'*, Yort Ra "f cr s •». Montreal Inlrrnallnnal I.racue Syracuse P, niitTdlo * Windsor ;, Cleveland 4. T.V, , . r , iLr ' : " Ji " n-Am ' rl<::ln Thiladclphla 1, Boston 2. Ma- R<wsey Beats Keichell In Hollywood Bont HOLLWOOD, Feb. 3 (UP)—Frank Rowsey, 1Q6, Los Angeles, outpunched and outboxod. Wesley Ketchell, 165, Salt Lake, to win a 10-round main event decision here last night. Rowsey took seven of the 10 round.?, whi; c Ketchell won only one and two were even. In the sixth round Row- sey^lropped Kctchcil for a one covinU Ketchell threw many slow punche. 1 ? m nn attempt to knock- out his opponent, but Jew of thorn landed and that did failed to hurt Rowscy.

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