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Unbeaten Redl in TV Mitt Main NEW YORK' ttE--T\vo middleweight bouts and one attractive welterweight fight stand out on this week's boxing schedule, i Unbeaten Stefan Redl and Speedy Gale Kerwin, two young welterweights, will meet in a TV Id-rounder at, Mzidison Square Garden Friday night. Although neither' is .yet rated among the top 10 contenders, their ability and contrasting styles should combine for a good fight, Redl, 'raised in Germany but now living in-New'York, is an aggressive slugger who won all 17 of his starts, 13 by. knockouts. However,- Kerwin of Valley ,Stream : N.Y., is favored at 8-5 because of his speed and counter-punching skHl. He won 25 of his 31' bouts. He- outgointed Jimmy Archer and knocked out TJiny DiB5ase. .", · For Wednesday's TV 10- rcunder · at the Philadelphia Arena, middleweight contender Joey .Giardello of Brooklyn is favored at 4-1 to beat Franz Szuzina of' Germany. The week's boxing schedule includes: Tonlrtt--New York fSt. Nlck'iO-- Ttx Gonzales vs. Mickey Crawford: Purls--Jimmy Martinez vs. Germinal Enllerin. . Tuesday--^liftml Beach--Lurry Board man vs. Pat McCoy; Juarez. Ilex.-Wallace (Bud) Smith vs- At Nevurez; Ctilcaco--Jirry Mortell vs. Don Alderson: Richmond. Calif.--Bob Butcher v*. George Kennedy: San Bernardino, Calfr. --Booby 'Kobledo va. Herman Duncan, WednMd»y--Philadelphia-- Joey Gl- ardello'vs. Franz Szuzina. Thursday--Los Angeles (Olympiad-^Mickey :\"orthrup vs. *aulle Arnutead; Revere, Mass.--Tony Veranta vs. Rocky Ford. Friday--New York (Gardcnl--Gale · Kenvtn vs. Stefan-Kedl; San Dloci ynmkle Daniels vs. Monroe Ratllfr. Stnrday -- Brooklyn--Juan VcneRas vs. Harvey Charles; 'Milan. Italy-Charles Humez vs. Ital^ Scortlchint: Hollywood. Calif. (Ljxion)--Karl Gu. dcr vs. Don Jordan. PUERTO RICO ..(Complied from AP and-UP) Clyde Lovellette-and Jack Twyman':combined-'for. 65 points.-'td- lead Cincinnati to. a-121-104--,yictory over the Minneapolis Lakers .Sunday in- a' feature National Basketball 'Assn.' game at.CiriciTmati. .-The' Lakers.-' led, .52-47,;.at half time,'.'-but .Cincinnati pulled ahead by 'one' point ".with' 'tvvp minutes left : in the third-period. With' 1 11 : minutes remaininE 'in 4n .a. 'come-frorribehihd: victory, ..outscorihg .Detroit -30-19' in .the''last quarter to- -win,'.'.-100-98.';, Carl · Braun the game, the''Royal- scoring -blocked''Gene. Shue's-..last ;sec- stars'-nut together' a; 14'.point . n n1 'ji'ttprfmr.'· .to' tie the- earrie stars'-put, together' string, -while' -holding-'/ Minneapolis -to "two-.;p6irits, · opening a 96-82 margin-arid coasting to 'the'win.'-- ''·;·' - ; '"'·..'·· ·'' Lovellette was 'high-,scorer with''34 while'Twyman had'31 oirits. ; '.-" ( : , . ' .-· '·-.- . - '· ^ : New-.York held .the. league's eading-scorer, George, Yardley, TBlades Skaters -GET OFF MY BACK' Paul Arizin (left) of Philadelphia Warriors. appears -to be. trying to play leapfrog with Win Wilfong · (left) of : 'St Louis. Hawks as .Wilfong tries to pass off ball'in-pro game Sunday. Warriors' Jack George (17) gets hand in the act as Hawks' Jack McMahon,(21) watches at right--.(AP Wirephoto.) 'Cap Trial Heads'Anita Slate Two important · "build-up" events highlight this week's program · at Santa . Anita. They are the $50,000-added San Antonio., Handicap on Saturday and the $25,000- added San Luis Key Handicap on Wednesday. Ever since its inauguration : in 1935, the.mile and one' eighth San Antonio has been the major yardstick which ^measured the r field for the 5135,000-guarahteed S a n t a Anita Handicap, run two weeks later. On. three occasions in the same year the winner of the San Antonio-, has gone on to capture the big 'Cap--Rosemont in 1937, Seabiscuit in 1940 and Talon in 1948. Nineteen of the best handicap horses in the-West have been · named for Saturday's race. Round Table is among · t h e nominations, t h o u g h whether he will go postward will not definitely be known until after the weights are posted Monday. It is doubtful that his connectiojs will · accept over.' 130 : pound's this early in. the. year. . Competition lor* R o u n d ' Table runs deep. Among those considered definite starters ·are the'/Llangollen Farm entry of Porterhouse and Nashville., Promised 'Land, - Ter- rang, : Eddie -Schmidt, Find, Seaneen, · Like.'Magi.c, Battle Dance, Ekaba, Mystic -. Eye. .. and · Holandes n. The San Luis Rey, to be run over the Camino Real 'turf course,, will bring out a strong field pointing toward the $100,000-added San Juan Capistrano on'March 11, and the e a r l i e r $50,000-added Washington's Birthday 1 'Cap. . Nominees include S o-li d Son',' Festin, Roscoe Maney, Bailai-in,' Gigantic, Pharry, Pit'Boss, Whatitoldyou, Beau Eusher, Dark Trust,' Epau T lette and. Special Look. Nervous Army Lt Eyes 60-Yard Mark NEW .YORK W--Lt. Ken 'Kave, a medical supply officer from Fort Meade, Md.--a fellow who by his own admission has been living a life of athletic frustration -- said Sunday he might be the sprinter to hit that magic six-second flat 60- yard dash. Kave. a Morgan State graduate, won the 60 in the Millrosc Games in Madison'Square Garden Saturday night in 6.2 after taking his heat in 6.1. That equalled the world record, but it has been done Fire Ruins Neves' Restaurant Jockey Ralph Neves', popular restaurant was destroyed by fire Sunday 525,000 art along with collection his and countless mementos of his racing career. The ' restaurant, just a few furlongs from Santa Anita where Neves is now riding, was empty when the fire broke before dawn. Total was estimated at out just damage 5175,000. Fire officials said the blaze was apparently started by cigarette accidentally rolled up in a tablecloth and placed in a soiled linen receptacle. Long Beach Trapshooter Notches 2nd LAS VEGAS, Nev. --A Canadian ace captured championship honors Sunday in the final event of the Sahara Gun Club's annual midwinter trapshooting tournament. · . Floyd Nattrass, Calgary, Alberta, fired a 98x100 in the windup of the Hotel Sahara Handicap, then powdered 25 straight in a tie shootoff with runnerup Paul Beddow, Long Beach, Calif., 24x25; and -D. E. Grinter, Prairie Village, Kan., 23x25. . High overall titles, based on SOO targets in nine events, were won by, Devers, AA, 781x800 Keith Blanchett, Edmonton Alberta, A, 761x800; R. PI Hornby, B, Cloverdale, B. C. 753x800; Allen Timney, Paramount, Callr, C, 753X800; and Joe Dupont, Monterey D, 733x800. Park Fanfare xactly 24 times, so it does not come under the. heading of exactly a prodigeous. feat. But six flat? Ah, that's different. The best printers in history have tried t and failed. Back in 1938, Ben 'ohnson was caught in six flat n a meet, but it later was ihanged to 6:1. "MY 1 BIG TROXJBLE is that I'rn too nervous while I'm running," said Kave. 1 "If only .1 could calm down a little, I think 1 can hit the six flat," Kave underwent a tonsilec- tomy recently and didn't expect :o win. I "I didn't think- I had the strength," he said. "But it ·eally felt good, and certainly ;ave me some more qonfidence. I always seem to be second or third.". This 60 was supposed to be strictly a battle -between Ira Murchison of Western Michi;an' and Dave Sime of Duke. Kave was just in to fatten up the field. The anticipated duel Detween Sime 'and- Murchison never materialized. Bob Brown of Pcnn State was runncrup to Kave,' Ed Collymore of ViHan- ova was third and Sime could do no better than fourth. Caliente Results FIRST KACE--3 lurlonits: , Zlppo's Luck, Phlllppl _....:...J1.SO-J10.GO J 6.00 Bill's Lark. DUCK' 31.10 7.-10 Oreiis Drake. Lewis ,, ' 5 Tlmf--:24.0. No scratches. · SECOND HACE-- Q Jurlonii: Joe's Pleasure, Smith .......-20.SO 11.20 V.OO With Blessing. Nell u,60 T.20 Norn Star. M. Leon 13.00 Time--1:16%. Scratched--Noiv Check, ilv Mnndy. fcolksy. Centavo, 'THIRD RACE--1 mllr, 71) yards: Monroe. Lone 40.40 13.SO 7.40 Just -Kccuras, Gulney 12,20 7.00 Roman wind. Penlone 10.40 Time--1:40«, Scratched--VI Darling, Super Barb. - Unlly Umiblr--1314.00. RACE--6 lurlnnes: Vllcnmar. Pullen. 10.80 c.20 HI Idol. Domlnpuez _ 6.40 Hyperion Host. Lonp - Time--1:16«. No scratches, l-'IFTIC JIACE-- 6 lurlongs: Phllllppl- 7.GO 3.CP / 3.01 Cantarli ' ^onclernc, . ?urple Hue. rlni X.20 '4.60 4.00 3.20 .3.00 . , ___________ - ____ - lllas Rosebud; Fields ........ ..- ........ 3.0( Time-- 1 :1 ........ ..- ........ . Ecratchoil-- \yarmando, " Royal Pep, Social Set. SIXTH KACE--I mllr aw! 10 3'dn. Royal Family, Lonff 8.00 " ' Gail Me Honey. DeMello Big . U'hlte 3.60 3.00 2.10 . 'Tlme^-T:4S. Scfatcned--Blue Sniffer, Baby Book. Ellho. Anaesthetist. SEVENTH KACE--« fuilonfs; Art Schwab, .Nell, IS.80 8.80 -- - - ' 6.40 Mr. Bill, Gonzalez Gemini, Craswell -... 4.60 4.00 ^_ __ _ . "Time -- " 1-15."" Sefatched""-- Dream Dancer. . EIGHTH RACE-- 2 mHei: Molka May, · . J. Lacuna ........ .._ 17.60 B.OO Film Capitol D Long .... 4.00 ullrcKor. D« feUo ....'......· --------Time -- 3:46. No scratches. JflSTH RACE-- t mill nnt) 70 3'1UT|« ' " - " The Sands. DeMello 7:80 Flying Earl-, Lapuna .... ' iitit Rekindled. Champacn* Time--1:47%, .No scratches. TENTH-KACE--0 furlongs: .-. 3.00 3.00 4.20 Zodlakoi, Can'.arlnl H.40 S.SO 3.20 Tare. Andrade 3,60 2.40 Straight. A. Leon ..........L.^.......,.... .2.40 Time--1:13^. Scratched--.Blue Rajah .ELEVENTH RACE--3V4 JTurlonn: Recardlra, Long 25,40 fl.SO 6.4 Baby Bazooka, Steed -.... 4.60 4.2i Melwood Bov, Cantarlnl · 6.2( Tlmo--1:08. Scratched--Little. -Trait or, Re-Maid.. Peace Comet. Stardarlty SRIppy Toubo. T«.k» The qulnlcu--»5Z.BO. Woolf Award toTolzke Wednesday One of Santa Anita's mos colorful and 'sentimental, 'spe cial events of the .winter thor oughbred racing season take place on Wednesday .(Lincoln' Birthday) at 12:15 'p.m. in the paddock. .. . ; . . It is. the ninth annual Georg Woolf Memorial.Jockey Aware that' is -to be presented -in public ceremony · to' Merlin Volzke by'the vote :of -sport editors and turf writers. All of the Santa Anita jock eys in,riding'silks will line, '.. in the .walking-ring and past award winners--Gordon Glis- sori, Bill Shoemaker, John Longden, Eddie Arcaro, Ralph Neves, Ray York and' John .Adams-.will form a guard o£ honor. Announcer Joe ..Hernandez will MC ; \vith Mrs. 'Genevieve Woolf-Ca'yer to present the award in the form;of..a miniature bronze of the Woolf statue that stands in the paddock.gar- dens-and was'erected in 1949 by public subscription. The great'rider lost his life ,n a.J.ace'at.the.-Arcadia track n-1946..; ».«h, toiif., M«., ».i. to, iwt INDEPENDENT--P'ag« ,C-3 Seven; Paramount A r c t i c 31ade figure, skaters placed in he ^California'. Figure,,Skating Championships Saturday night at Polar Palace, to qualify-for he Pacific 'Coast .Champion- hip's in Seattle, Feb.-20-22. . Barbara Roles and CarohGal- owa'y finished 1-2'in senior, ladies cpmpetition-and;Miss Roles earned with- Jimmy .Short- of LAFSC tOiWin the Silver Dance, sa Higgins placed /third in uvemle girls and"Leonard Earl and Margie-Biamont were second in . veterans dance. · -The 31ades' 'Ben Wade and Salom rhomas of L.A. took third in ronze dance, while Rhode ;Michelson came in second'in'the unior ladies event. · Novice mf n^l. Roy TV'auelen. ' Loa Angeles Figure Skatlns Club; 2- David Butchart. Bladft ErtKe 'Club of Pasadena; 3. Walt Hypes. LAFSC. Novlco ladlM--1. Marilyn Framiiton, it. Worlt2 -Club of Berkeley: 2. Susan Shlpstad.-SM: 3. Gale Thomas. LAirsc. JuvRnlln rlrlM--1. Judy Ann N'ausln, SM; °. Yvonne Lnt'.efleld; LAFSC; 3. Neysa HlKslns, Arctic Eladea of Pura- mount. - Veterans tfanen --· 1, Paul Smith, LAFSC. and Rose Morffanroth, All- vear Flrure Skating Club of -Los An relcs-AY; 2,' Leonard Earl, and Marffi Blamont. Arctic' Blades. No third. Bronze dance --1 Rav Chehson and Dlanne Sherbloom, 'LAFSC: 2. .Koj^er -amobell and Ann .Hansen. LAFSC; Ben Wade, Arctic Bldea, 'aad Sa- mn Thomas .LAFSC. 1 Silver dmnee--l,. Barbara. Roles,- Arc- Jc. Bladea, and. Jimmy Short LAFSC.; 2. Charles Kanoff and Shirley Ka-nori. ailtal CItv, · Sacramento; 3. Rlcharti and Bettv ROEers.' Flcure'-SkaUnK Club of San Francisco, 'FSCSF. Junior men--1. Harvey Blach, Blade ft EdRe; 2. Don Bartejson. Blade ' Ed^e; 3. .John Adams, FSCSF. Jnnlor paJrft--1. 'Bill and Laurie HIckox. FSCEF: -2, Bobble -Satle and Su-ian Berens.. Bind* *· Edc«. Junior iMllrn--l. Wonda Guntert LAFSC; 2. ' Rhode Mlchtlnon. ^Arctic Elnde!i;,3..Slili(ly Carson LAFSC.:. -Senior Iwllri--1 Barbara Holes, Arc- Uc Blades; 2. Carol Galloway,· ArctJc ~ades. ond.. attempt' .to' tie, the-. gam_e after- Renny" Sears'- had '.hit';, a free.'throw with maining., Braun ; led "the- scorers with 20-'point's:' ' · ' ' - ' , ·" .' - ; . ' " ' * · '·/*..· ' · / S Y B A C U S.E "trounced ,the Boston , Celtics',' -±23 : 98, as 'the injury-ridden Eastern-" Division leaders-were -forced-, to .'play with'seven'meri..r»olph Schayes of the Nats led. scorers.with 25 points.' : ' Tommy . -Heinsphn.. left the Celtics" after' Saturday nights game when he. became ill;;.' apparently due ~to' food 'poisoning; joining Bill 'Shafman 'and'Franki Ramsey'on the injured list.' ,; The Philadelphia W.arriors-| handed St. Louis its 12th';c6n-i secutive defeat in Philadelphia,105-98.' The -Hawks, haven't beaten -Phi 1 ade'lph'ia.'since March,. 1955, when they- repre- ; | sented'Milwaukee. ' . Bob' Pettit captured game high scoring .honors with'29 as| Paul Arizin · had ·'25. · for Warriorsl. NBAStandings liASTERN' DIVISION W I. · ' n ..i'...- 28 15 Syracuso'.._..._.._.._..»._ 7 2 Brings Toski Title . S AN. JUAN,. E.K.: (UP.)--Bob Toski of, Miami shot s par 12' Sunday,;-to win .the Puerto;. Rican Opeii golf · tournament.' with a 72-holc total, bl 288.J ·;;' T\vo strokes 'behind; wu. Ernie Vossler ,of' BUdland, 1 : Tex., who fired a .two-under--: par 70. f o r ' t h e best score Sunday. . i :J . Vossler's -290-was followed by .Herman. Barren.,of, New; 'York at.291,- Roberto DeVl- ·cenzo .of Argentina and .Bob Watson at 293 each and Pete Copper arid Chichi Rodriguez . of San'Juan at 294.each. Sailer Wins;;, Werner Fialls^ Finishes 37th BAG.GASTEIN, Austria .{*) --In what may 'have' been; the'* greatest -finish in skiing history, Austria's"- .Toni. Sailer. 'Sunday Trainer Standings (At Santa. Anltt.) . / Sti.;l»t.;n William Molter . M *A, Tenney ·,,.,-. James Jordan . 113 65 Reginald Cornell _. 06 - Dale -Lander* .,,. C A. Roles ...;.:._. """ B.'/Flnneran J. iHlraeh . ... 93 ,.'/ 45. ·68 ... Ki- 14 J2, I '8 11 10 5 3 s ,12 ,7... 6 ll 4th S -13 HEARING SECRET! St. LouI-1 . nclnnati troll ..... 1111am, Shocroa'Krr .... 177 '·« Inuel YcOTfl . TM 172 llllam Harmatz 210 York 176 lulam Boland 187 enry Moreno 182 dwartj Arcaro ... 62 raacl Valenzuela 93 ck Weslropc .- 10" alpn Ncvta :.... --· 96 warren Ferguson -- 122 cter Moreno .--...' .S3 Vincent, Pimental Gain Tennis Finals HOLLYWOOD', F la. UP Tony Vincent of New York.'City defeated Jack Frost of Los Angeles 4-6;. 6-4, 7-5, Sunday in semi-finals of the Hollywood Invitational tennis' tournament lyo .Pimental of ' Caracas Venezuela, ..won over Gardnar Mulloy of .Miami in the other semifinals match, 6-3,' 6-2, ant will play Vincent for the title today. . . . . " : , . . ... 27 2U DIVISION/ W !· 32 23 _L ... 26 . 28 .; 23 33 14 Sunday's Result* Philadelphia 105'. St. j^ouls D8. Syracuse 123. Boston 98.- Jfcw York 100, Detroit S8. . Cincinnati 121. 'Minneapolis 104. · Jockey Standings ' ' ENTIRELY IN THE EAR. No cord, . won the downhill, and- combined' ^titles :pf , the 161}* Woirld:' championships--then ah-, ribunced: his ·'- serni-retirerneht.' · : Wallace (Bud). Werner 'of Steamboat ..Springs, Colo., considered in .Sailer's class, in · the, r downhill competition, the'.v last 6£ ITcontrol gates and fin- , ishedin tears.and.37th place.,; . Downhill results: . '· ; 3. Tocl Sailer, Austria, 2:28.5: ·_ 2. .Rober · staub, , Switzerland 2:30.4.n i 3. Jean Vuarcot, France. 2:32.3. 4. Willy Forrcr, Switzerland. 2:32.TVj. .·). Anderl. Moltcrerx, Austria, -2:32.8. . Official combined results: Final team' standings: . . , 1 Austria 125 points ; '2. Switzerland, i Norway, 43; si-.- ' ;anada.:iS%; 6. tl. S.. 29: 1. Italy, 27;' -' ;. Japan, .19%;-9. West Germany, ·- 9T 3. France 5t£ s,_' ___ i_ . n i / -· c rr .other..countrlei »corcd). ',.. Znd 32 17 22 24 S-!? 13' 17 H .13 11 9 13 · 1 9 9 S IT 12 .S S 1] S 8 6 t $ !2* | PUTS NEW ! BRAKESi | ON YOUR CAR! : I WORK DOME HERE BY EXPERTS;!I OH MOEERN EQUIPMENT; * ' * BONDEP OR RIVETED .J-. 1 ·K Prlt« IncllHl.I Lakor ant M.t«fl«l ~J * _ _ - · - ' * - ' . )!·" . nothing worn anywhere else. 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Six persons picked five out f a possible-six winners in the ifth through the 10th races .to collect · $7,921.40 · each on 52 ickets-in the :o'-10" handicapping pool. Consolation award of 5116.40 each \v,ent to .136 'other letters who picked four ol! the six winners. ' .", . The victory of'Zodiakos was vorth $14.50, . 5.80, .and '3.20 across the board. The time was 1:131/5. : - . - - · ' · " - · SpiclnHilnfl .In " FINE \ AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE on all Chryilw Prodiicli. VERNE HOLMES, Inc. 35'tk ft .Arloitle BIND NEAR FOR PRO TENNIS? SYDNEY, Australia UB-- Professional tennis is racing towards the end of its golden roafl, on Australian sports writer said Sunday. Ken Archer, -writing In the Sydney Truth," said the game was last running out of gimmicks and gate appeal. "Jack Kramer has no more amateurs to'buy .with terms so big they make world wide news, and with no new blood coming-in, his world championship series must go out." ' Archer suggested .a '.'professional. 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