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U. CITY MEETS KANSAS CITY ROCKHURST IN STATE MEET OPENER ALL OUTDOORS They Hope To Spring Surprise In Springfield Burroughs To FAN FARE BY WALT DITZEN ST. LOUIS STAR-TIMES Wed., Mar. 9, 1949 23 same dose of lead and fed on corn died within a few days. The rate of mortality of wild ducks proved even higher. The technicians are trying to find ways to reduce losses' from lead poisoning contracted when ducks pick up pellets while feeding in areas heavily shot by hunters. Previous studies had shown that as much as 70 per cent of the autumn diet of ducks migrating through Illinois consists of corn. Addition of magnesium, phosphorus or other metals to the lead alloy used in commercial shot did not materially reduce the lethal effect of the shot pellets, but heavy dosages of metallic arsenic and antimony basic component. of shot alloys produced no deaths and indicated these ingredient are not poisonous as used in commercial shot. Duck Flights At Peak FLIGHTS OF DUCKS are now approaching their peak spring migration on local waterways. And announcement has been made that the 1949 "duck stamp" will feature a sketch of a goldeneye duck. The stamps will be available at post offices July 1. Presumably the agitation for an increase in the price to $3 will not succeed, before the new sea.son. Herbert F. Owens of Gerald, Mo.. writes that he agrees 100 per cent Thus equipped, they approach with the All Outdoors column of a pool quietly to determine if the Feb. 16 that listed the 6-point plat-"natives" are present in the clear form of conservationists who are water. The chub is attached to; opposed to hiuh clam buildings in the hook in a manner that will i Missouri. permit it to slide up the leader if , a trout should strike. This permits the bait to be used over and ; over. The trout average from 12 ; ounces to a pound and a half. MANY BIG GAME HUNTERS who failed to bag an elk during the open season in the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming suspected the herd was on the decrease. But these same hunters should have been on hand during a recent three-foot snowfall when an estimated 3,000 elk came down from the remote sections to yard in one ''15-mile valley near Goosewing ranger station. The station is high in the Rockies south of Yellowstone Park and Bill Robinson, well known guide, states in a letter to local sportsmen that it is a good omen that elk have found sufficient forage at that altitude, without necessity of descending to government hay-feeding stations in lower valleys Exceedingly dry conditions also contributed to the poor season. Every broken twig rang out like a pistol shot,, warning game before nimrods could get into rifle range. Hundreds of hunters were drafted to fight forest fires, and even the small trout streams were dry. Incidentally, natives f the re-: pinn have an ingenious method of angling that requires little bait i An important part of their gear Is a kitchen fork with sharp tines. Arriving at one of the streams, they 1 overturn a rock near shore and : stab a few two-inch chubs with the fork. "I don't believe any dam has j helped in flood control for any length of time," he declares. "Also, j if t he dams are lor power, why j do they select our mast scenic j streams? What is being done to! combat these proiosals and what j can the average person do to help?! several interested per- ,t - - Jr. . , i i r rv i ft i V 'Xr h ) urn . . i k j - A I i A Corny Story TECHNICIANS HAVE DISCOV- miKu tnat a met consisting oi a There are high percentage of com may be a I sons here." eontributing factor in the death of Most effective assistance that wild ducks suffering from lead any prson can oive, in our opin-poisoning i,)n jS 0 j0jn one 0f the outdoor In an experiment at the Natural j organizations that are actively History Survey laboratory near j opposing the clam program. Write Havana, 111., domestic ducks dosed j to Guy R. Dixon, Bennett. Mo., wnh as many as 25 lead pellets j who heads the Current River Chap-failed to die when fed on a bal- j ter of the Ozark Protective Associa-enced diet. But ducks given the tion. Sinr-Tlinp Photo OFF FOR THE STATE CAGE TOURNAMENT. The John Burroughs Bombers basketball team, regional champions, left from Union Station last night for Springfield, Mo., where the state tournament opens tonight. In foreground, from left: Dave Sisler, Rich Strassner anil Jim Burst. University City Indians also will represent St. Louis in the state meet. Flyers Continue Drive To Regain 1st Place Tonight 52 High School Coqches Help Pick League All-Star Preo Case Sounds The Star-Times announces its 1948-49 sea.son High School basketball All-Star squads for the seven prep leagues in the St. Louis metropolitan district. The Catholic League, which has a policy of naming its own All-Star group, is the only circuit missing. Coaches 52 out of 55 canvassed aided In the selections. SOL'TII WKSTFKN Hl.rVOIS COM-KKKNt i: FIRST SQUAD HKKP IF.Mil E H1!ST SUUAD Dan Slieehan MayiMM Kut.s Chuck Thompson.... Norman Schauta i. . . Bob Thompson Jan Grsndcolas ... Bcb Mntz Jrrr I Harry OaghTi 0Ttr MPtralf Dan Calvin St. lonis Collni-aville Colluisville Bpll?ville Belleville ....Wood River C'ollinsville , Alton . . . .Kdwnrriville ....Wood River SECOND SQUAD Hampo Hacopiti C'.ranite City Ben MrCoi mirk . . . . Kov Hmemever. . . . Norris Silvpv Jaric Tekera Of org? Nah . Darren Thompson.. tfa'v '.Varmiti Paul Sherirlan Duan TPlkineton. .. Wood Riv . .Kdv' rdviiie Sr. Louis . . . .Colhnsville AH on Belleville . .F.dw n I dsville . .Otaii'te City VVooa .River Hob Kiuper I.'ich KnxMithal Fd Kohl Rirhnrd Bers ... Rich Rellly .... J.iek Moore John Mnlvarhs . Walt Fussier ... KM) W'isniewkl . SECOND SOUAD Rollle Thomas Toot T coiuirri Dick Boiulrm .... Tom Kcllv .Tohn Ortwerth Bob Klosternieyer Charles Eekert. Bob Mitrphv Pa! Mullarkey Don DeMarse Washington's Lions, who haven't been roaring very loud this season. pay their last visit of the American Hockey League campaign here tonight when they opixise the Flyers at the Arena at 8:15 o'clock. The easterners will be still seek- j ing their first triumph over "Coarh , Ebbie Goodfellow s athletes who have trimmed the Lions five times. Neither Harry Sullivan nor Don G rosso, who. missed last Sunday's fame with Providence, will be available for tonight's affair Sullivan suffered a skate cut on his .Christian Brothers . ri;,nt f(K(. gaturday njght j,, IIer. :.sV. 'iiu' un"'h : shey : Grosso came off the recent christian Brothers i wiln a twisted left knee. As a .Christian Brothers ; ' i result, the most popular Flyer of Bernstein's 6No-Name9 Fiulit ! t 1 Draws Croud Of Similar Size i j BY W. VERNON TIKTJEN I Star-Times Sports Writer I Hans Bernstein's latest experiment in the Diomotion of professional boxing, which dealt in fighters of no name who were paid approximately no money, brought forth attendant and not entirely unforeseeable results of an equally negative nature. There was also no great excitement, no knockout and practically no customers. At least those patrons inside the Auditorium last night, all 3.G2G of AlllliloVillMl KcSllllS lltl'lll, I IMIHIll I I UIU l-UU ill illJUUl li'JI. , viewing a couple of fihtrrs of note w Wosbury Bn.scom, the westrrn liprhi-' ru;il,i'! Face Touiili Foe Tomorrow. SPECIAL TO THE 8TAR-TIMFS SPRINGFIEXD. MO, March 9. Tliis southwestern Missouri city was the basketball capital of the state today as the Sweet 16 survivors of a field of nearly 600 prep cage teams awaited the opening whistle in tonight's tip-off session of the Show-Me State's 23rd annual high-school hardwood tournament. It was a little strange to be without the presence of mighty Beaumont among the tournament competitors. The Bluejackets of Coach Tom Stanton won Jhe state crown the past two years., but were eliminated by St. Louis' Lutheran High this sea.son. St. Louis' representation was In capable hands, however, with University City which meets Rotk-hurst of Kansas City in the second "amp. tonight at 8:25 o'clock and John Burroughs defending the hon ors of the Mound City. Burroughs doesn't move into action until tomorrow evening. Coach Stub Muhl and his U. City team motored in from St. Louis last night, while Coach Ray Wolf's Bui roughs .squad came in late last, night by train. j Burroughs' first opponent will be Republic, winner of the always-toiiHh Joplin regional tournament. In fact, tournament observers were a'tain pointing out as last year that the runner-up in the St Louis regional University Citv. winch lost to John Burroughs, 37-2!) ao-ared to have much the easier bracket. Behind the scenes, it was being freely predicted that the proposal to change the state prep cage series into two divisions A and B would carry, and that St. Louis, fur its support, would be awarded the big enrollment school tourna ment next y-ar. tonights games i p " I--hjiKn . S hool of 0jrp, 7 p ui. Doll lA 1H Ul t.w...,h D.!., I A.i a ' TOMORROW'S GAMES' Clinton v. Hannibal. 2. MmvMlir v. Doniphan. 3 25. Bnlfalo vs. 07jrk. ". Republic v John Burrouahs. 2S Boiin Green v.v Cape Central. 9:50. Muncrief Says He'll Win 15 Browns Get First Shot At Shorter While Sox Fences Collinsville Minus Acc As Tourney Opens BY AL BARNES ". Star-Times Sport Writer Collinsvilles bid for its fifth" straight trip to the Illinois state high school basketball tournament at the University of Illinois in Champaign next week took a severe : setback today with th news of an, ankle injury to Kahok star Nona Schaulat. Practicing at AInad Temple in" East St. Louis, where the sectional tournament last stop on the route to the state meet gets under way tonight, the Collinsvilie star turned his ankle in the drill yesterday aft emoon. Condition of the injured snkle -was still undetermined eariy today, but Collinswlle was stiil favored to capture its first game with Jersey ville in this evening s opening con -test. The worried Collinsville coach'. " Virgel Fletcher, took the injured ' Schaulat home wuh him last night ' and worked on his ace throughout the ni2ht. applying cold packs to the injured ankle. Don Romanat. who was declared . ineligible after starring impressive- . ly for the Kahoks in their first ". game with Sparta in December, ia back on the Colhnsii;e squad end is expected to fill in for the injured Schaulat. should the latter s ar.kle bother him too much. Starting tonight, the Eat St,. Louis sectional will run off ore game nightly through Friday, with Nashville meeting New Athens to morrow night and the champion--ship contest scheduled for the final evening. Schaulat was to undergo treatment today in a frantic effort to get his injured ankle in playing condition. The slender Kahok star was the ; highest scorer in the St. Louis dis-. trict. overtaking Hancock's Joe Schindler in the final week of reg- - ular competition. I ACill.-,. 13. SI. U.iu.s. , tli-:il mil 1 .51. N.:.rk. N J . I i v. 1 1 1 St Louis U. IliPh Crntral Ca'hol'r St Loiiis II Til" h st M.irv's tliem all, Ilec Pozzo, and Norm st Marys !Tustm' wil1 bp in uniform to be .! Aiidi'fis ; lispH as rpi"t""i"''ts . .SL I.ouis U. Hith 1 McBriJc . . .Dp Andrei SI I.ouis U Hieh i . Central Catholic McBrioV MrBr'rlf Central Catholic Sl'BI RB.W I.KA;l F FIRST SQUAD Rirh Klasing Terry Fails Dan Finch Fnh Stnneman , Kn Dillarri Willis Housewricht. .Tim Orlando Tack Rollins Bud Bnoeher Jack Cnoney . . . . . .Normandy ..University City Kirkwjod .Webster Grove Normandy . . M:iptewood Ritenour ..University City Kirknood Webster Groves SECOND SQUAD M Vel'en Nornvjpdy D.i' Hitrhinits. Btentwood Bill Rulnn Clayton Bill MrVP' Maplewood l'lce Martd-n University City Cliff Snanland Maplewor.d K L. Es'.pv Kirkwood B"b H'i'iard Wbster Kroves n?n Qsearson Brentwood Sob Doner Weilston PI BI.1C H1C.H I-KAGTE FIRST SQUAD Ken 6'Ptihp Beaumont Ed McDonneii . .' Cleveland Lerr rrtiittar Cleveland Sob Lawrence Foospvelt Bcb Mallon McKlnley XORTII COI'XTT IKAC.VF FIRST TEAM . Gil I.ndendecker , Al Wehmeyer Fltl Clerk en . St nil Brenner Wndv Hill SECOND TEAM Bob B"Ct:or Wavnj Kolirs B'ish Sowders C.orse Turner Jim Johnson SOI TH COI'NTT t.KAGl E FIRST TEAM Keith Aune. .. Elmer Bsler Joe Schindler Ken Whitehead . . Rot Collins SECOND TEAM Bud DeGtendle Harry Strothkamp Fairvlew Jenninirs Jenninus Fereuson Fairview Ferguson Riverview Berkeley Berkeley Jennines Gerrv Koch Gary Srhapffer wyn Ortmann Bob Traprhter .. Fat Lawipss Beaumont .Southwest . Clpvplanri Southwest Harilev SECOND SQUAD . . Baylcss . .Bayless .Hancock .Hancock . . . Affton . . Affton . .Eureka Tom chembra aii. on Bob Reynolds .. .., Bayless Bill Hawkins Vallpy Park A. B C I.FAC.I E FIRST TEAM Richard Webb . Western Military Dave Sisler John Burrouiths Warie McCltiskey Principta Churk Thif ... John Burrouens Mike Weatherly Country Bar SECOND TEAM -Dirk Carlson Western Military Ceriev Barksdale Country way .Tim Burst '. John Burroughs Sid Went? Paul HanDPter Since the Flyers trail the league-leading Indianapolis Capitals by two points and second-place Cleveland by one, a victory would enable the St. Louisans to vault into a tie for first place, unless Cleveland beats Philadelphia, in which case the Barons would take over the top spot. Following tonight's game, the Flyers have three more engagements at home and two on the road. Probable lineups, with players' uniform numbers in parentheses: eavy weight Golden Gloves chain pi on, nnd Charley Riley, tne featherweight champion ot Finney ave., did take brief introductory bows from the ring. This tyie of activity d i d not fully appease the crowd, t lie smallest Bernstein has counted since he took over the pro fight business here. Although there wasn't what you would call a did-bout among the six fought by the eager voung men known to the trade as that ie Sherman, no. Chicago, leihni- caay knocked utlt Je.-..-,,- Tuturr- 1-ltJ. St I ,. in-. I -1 1 in ruuiut Jim uv .sheel-. Hit). Cliicit'o. deci-i.ined FtKl.i N. Hill. ill. 1, 4. Njlmllr. 'iilili Duniiy Wniber. 14.:. 1'im.n'u. deci-ixix il Dlerii in. 140. !) M.i.ur.-. lua. six ruiuid W il rr T:iiiknis. lr.l. St. Iiih, decl-"loneii Jimmy I'tnie. 1:1. K..i..nmi. Inu . cix rt.uiKK. Bubo Uraso. i::C. N. w Albany. Ii.d . rieciMiine.l l.n Miitcki-I. i:;4. SI. Iajiu-lour rounds. AiteiKl.iiue. 2.626 paid: receipts. 12r, Tae - IVdi r:tl. i4;:i; m, M.tte. 41 ( iiv. tlL'.' 97 ,llle. SIIIKil tst i iiiwiii L7iiiii.ii an If v- S BY JKKRV LISKA Associated Pre Sports Writer CHICAGO. March 9. Comiskey Park, once a pitcher's paradise, will have a "home-run" garden! A I 17 0f.l this year IimiCtt WH1S dllll fkffC Tne Chicago White Sox today vFHIIIt.i I ff Jill announrrd a five-foot wire baiTier T f C shortening the entire outfield 2f' llclLC J L jfl CCl fet will be constructed in time for j the April 22 opener with the St. MIAMI. FLA.. March 9 AP Umils Browns. Armed rich old man of the turf The fence, similar to the one the was on the compbark trail today, Cleveland Indians erected at their heading for the J20 000 milp-and-a, rambl ne stadium, will trim both quarter Gulfstream Park Handirap uir iru aiiu iisiit iiriu iuui lilies nil Marrh ID from 3."i2 to 3:12 feet. Calnmpt Farmc a.vpar.nirt Per center fipld limit Will be re- .n fflriinp ctmntreH 'th. 1-U,Tnr.-, om 445 feet to 425 teet, rural f-.f.hirs Pir at r.tifcf,,. . - . . u. . v c UUIlljUQUI . Ey Associated Presa SAN BF.RNAP.DINO. CALIF.. March 9. Bob Muncrief. a right-handed pitched who couldn't hang onto a starting assignment with the world champion Cleveland Indians, may be ju.vt what "T' the doctor or- . fK iirfi inr rne '.. Pitts burel rates. Hans Bernstein Barred In Mexico MEXICO CITY, March 9. (UP Mexican League President Kd-uardo Ouiiann Pitman s.iiri inrfm- club lighters.- there was Theolic Smith of st l-mns m,. occasional rythmic clapping am) Arthur Pennincton Necio signifying impatience, along with baseball plavers. were "definitely occasional outright demands of out- of Mexican baseball for al-"We want, a knockout." .levedly "iusult,nr the Mexican Turner's Kye Cut Hag" The closest anvbody came to He revealed that Ministry of In-acliieviii!i such was in the Georgie terior officials have issued orders He's getting lot of attention from Manager Billy Meyer these days. It's deservedfor Muncrief. a 10-year veteran in the majors, is work- L , -. i-. duced froi 20-foot space between the vesterdav ouuit i i wv.iis nnn tne new ience. roofett in bull pens will be built the vi.itors" in right field and the Sox' left field. lUib .Munerirf It was Armed 's first victory yi 4 three races this winter. Bull Lea's grown son picked up mere SI R?( fnr Viie ln Um The fence was decided upon after overnieht a!fair, bringms' rtu eara ines to $77fi.050. It was his 65th start and 37th conquest. ing as hard as the youngest rookie. Muncrief not only wants a starting as.M!:nmeiit but would like an-otner chunk of World Series money. "I'm going to win 15 games." Muncrief said quietly after another hard bullcii session yesterday. My elbow's okay and I'm in good shape." Sherman - Jesse Turner welterweight affair, which Referee Benny Kessler stopped in the fourth round after Turner had suffered a mear cut above his left eye. under the Muncrief blames elbow trouble to keep the two out of the country, and an exceptionally talented They are thought to be in Lot muhinir staff for keeDine him on Angeles They are charged with "insulting the Mexican flag during Mexican the bench season. a good part of last YV-tsHneton Pnsitiun Lowdi.s ill G . Dirk i2i R. D... Poeley i4i L D. .. MrAtee ( 17 C Mundrick ilfii . R W. .. MeOuire I Ifli I.. W Spares Washinaton Klycra . . Almas ill . .Mariucci i2i ... . Simon i3i Trie 1IO1 .. MrComb 181 Black Uli Vitale iS. For- evebrow. The bout was fairly even .Independence Day celebrations at the time, and Turner's seconds complained in loud tones that Kesslcr should have called lor a doctor before calling a halt (Sept. 16 lost year in Los Angeles.' Smith denied the charges last year, and an In'erior Ministry investigator published a declaration I.EO PIC KS TWO ItKI.lKf KKS PHOENIX. ARIZ., March 9 New York Giant Manager Leo Du-rocher is going to try rookie pitchers Sam Webb and George Spencer tln Sox toyed with the idea o: moving home plate towards the outfield. General Manager Frank Lane said. "Moving the plate ahead as was done when the Sox had high hopes for the belting of Al Simmons 15 years ago would move field action Ukj far from the fans." Lane explained. "The new distance will be hazardous to our own pitchers as well as opposing hurlcrs. but we re home 77 games and an enemy club is only around 11 times in a season.' Undoubtedly the Sox had their Pat Seerey, who hits the ball a mile when he doesn't strike out. pnd powerful rookie Gus Zernial chiefly in mind when they blueprinted the fence. ' Tell the This New 24HOUR PARTS SERVICE I t q Tim Savr ad Real Cenvniac Motorists World! Ho- ever, there was less agitation : clearing Smith of any blame in the in relief roles. Webb won 18 games trie ill, Mosseau 191. Herrnenratter nil. Hevrail H2. Prenehlev USi. Fiost 1IR1. Robertson Flyers- Milliean 4 . BriEi if'. Gladu iTi. Orosso ft i . Olson H2. Sullivan iMi. Doran Mill. Lirari ilfti. P077.0 17i. Raynak 1 18 1 . Barkor 1 19 . Tns'in 121 1. Standings of the clubs: affair But Pitman said today the charges stand as far as he is concerned. Smith was a crack pitcher for Mexico City laM year. Pennington played in the outfield for Vera . Cruz. for Jersey Citv last vear and looked impressive in a few starts for the Giants at the tail-end of the season. Spencer is up from Knoxville of the Tri-State Lean ue Inu Prince Aivm Ton bin Leo Caradona . Harry Chadwell Butch Roiers .. Ed Terry ... Don Mumm . . . ,lnhn Koftman . Jack Latith Gil Beieman ., Beaumont .Soldan-Blrwrtt , Central , McKiniey, Southwest ; McKinley : Roosevelt j Roosevelt i Had!ey ' Beaumont ' wkstkrn nivi$in.v Won. Lost. T. Pts.G P.G.A PrinciPia Tndianannlis 3d 15 11 8.1 .Country Day 1 Cleveland 38 19 82 St. Louis 36 IT 81 i Pittshttreh ... 35 17 10 80 Howling Leaders Ami Other Sports On Next Page Buffalo over that. too. when they found in the dressing room, that Jesse needed a couple stitches. In the records, it will go as a plain technical knockout against the promising Turner. Among the other earnest if hardly heart-stopping matches, the 22- vfiar.n1H f r i m 0 r Vanhion Hipll v, . ... . ..... rr ins 1 . r..,..n, . . , . ... II ........k'n ...... H....I- inuimi 1 T , a nna rir f 269 192 ftcnooi siuocnt, uaiuiv woniix'i, y i f I I f i I 9 1 I ill k "" t.Kro,..t., ?? -?22'eantivated the customers who had . . . , . ,., ,., '"eT Gil Coan first crack m i m. emit ed on the new low scale Mvel x HVtlVtl III 1CXUS COAX Ol'TSIUNKS KOOKIr ." ORLANDO. FLA.. March Manager Jo' Kunel of the 9 23 8 R6 213 183 -f r,c ri,,viHA rlrmn in CI I rent OHF'SSA TPX Mireh 9 (TIPi roofside. The National A. A. U. women's 1 Providence ! Hershey Snrincf icld 1 New Haven : Philadelphia . i Washington . . EASTERN DIVISION Won. Lost. T. Pis G r . G A at the 1 vacant left field job in preference to two hot-shot rookies. Clyde Voll-mer and John Simmons. YOU REQUESTED IT. . . -We're Repeating This Big Sale! " " " W TsVS i' I is ?iv- rv -. v- tirtrt 41 . 25 . 19 . 19 14 . 11 18 31 3i 38 44 SO 88 .127 201 Womber, a Golden Gloves novice track and field championships will Spring Is In The Air, Fanrot Starts Worries Mizzou Coach Seeks Another Entsminger COLUMBIA, MO., March 9. (UP Coach Don Faurot set his 1949 spring football machine in motion here yesterday in an effort to solve three of the toughest problems he's encountered in his 12-year stay at the University of Missouri. The skipper has to find a replacement for Quarterback Bus Entsminger. He has to locate a passer and, besides these worries, Missouri faces a schedule that Faurot describes as ''the toughest I have ever had or ever hope to have" Missouri meets Ohio State, Illi-nnis. . Southern Methodist and Oklahoma A. M. on successive week-ends in addition to six Big Seven Conference foes. Fpurot said he has several gond prospects for Entsminger's job. MARTY SAUER, who understudied "Entsminger last year, is rated No. 1 among the contenders now, but Faurot listed several others "who will be given every chance to win the position." These included Bob Henley and Roy Beavers of last year's freshman squad: Phil Klein, Bob Robinson and Hugh Welch, var-sitv reserves in 1948. Since Entsminger did most of the passing last season, Faurot admitted finding a passer would be another "big" problem. Asked "if he would attempt to develop a passer from the quarterback post as he did with Entsminger, the coach eaid he hoped to divide the Wren and place-kicker Bob Dawson, capable replacements seem probable for most vacancies Sophomore Don Keller improved rapidly last season and i2 ??! a couple vears ago, is the showboat 2i6 2.4 45 1R 2S6 typ wno ciowus, uoiiKes, uouhu.n 2 170 35 ne rPs anc sometimes even tnrows a lew sona puncnes. lie u.ade it a long six rounds for Diego Hidalgo, of Des Moines. Iowa. A similar fighter was Wee Willie Cheatum from Newark, N. J., who called for more train fare than he was worth. The bounding Negro lightweight .w as an easy point victim for Virgil Akins. St. Louis Negro who may go places. Bernstein, who proved his ability to "take it" by announcing another be staged here Aug. 12-13. it was decided last night at a meeting ol A. A. U. officials and local sponsors Teams from Canada and Mexico are to be invited to the meet to add an "international flavor.' A. A. U. representative Eric Pohl of San Antonio said. lliil Yu know ... I ItuilK i.iinii mm I t IrHl la Sh I V- f wjSajjfe&iiaBtafcwaillllMli nig the 225-X)under may move into Ishow of the same type March 22 at Fritz's position at left tackle, j the Anditoi'iunu got his biggest The Tigers also have two highly i surprise in the opening bout. In regarded ends up from the "B"' jthis one it developed that one Tor- team in Gene Ackerman and ipedo Tinsley of Indianapolis. Ind., Dnle Portmann. Each is six feet. who defeated Lou Moeckel in four lour indies tall. j rounds, was now Bobo Drago, from If he had to field a team to- jNew Albany. Ind. Same guy, but day. Faurot indicated, Ackerman ! somehow just another of the eve- and Bib Ebinger would be at jning's little mistakes. ends; Keller and Dick Scholfield j advertisement at tackles; Gene Pepper and E. t'. . . , ' B. Cox at guards; Bob Fuchs at hX-ljI'lU 7sVLY iOWl center; Sauer or Henley at quar- terback; Carras and Braznell at ;rIiirL- Inciii i 11 NEW FORD PISTON RINGS! FOR ONLY $(0)95 " M 7. Replace all piston rings 2. Clean Cranfcces 3. Clean cylinder heads 4. Clean and adjust spark plugs 5. Adjust carbureter t. Inspect piston pint and bearings Parts COMMUNITY MOTUKS FO ft 0 YOUR FRIENDLY 5244 NATURAL BRIDGE DEALER' EVERGREEN 2353 halfbacks fullback. and Carter DON FAUROT . . . . . . Has tough schedule. passing among quarterbacks and halfbacks. Faurot said he may shift a left half to the right side since Dick Braznell is the only returning right half. He may alternate Nick Carras at both halfback positions. Other left halfbacks returning are Mike Ghnouly, John Glorioso and Ed Stephens. ALTHOUGH THE TIGERS Inst backs Lloyd Brinkman, Howie Bonnett, Entsminger and Web Volz. along with linemen Chet Fritz, Mel Sheehan, Bob i I ee Tevis, wlio in "38. '39 anJ '40 was Bniimonc I Hull's ace haltback, it now on the alr force o Bis 4 Chevrolet at 2400 South Icfferson. lee, one of the greatest all-around athletes to ever come out of Beaumont, not only starred pn the gridiron but was also outstanding in track, soccer, baseball, and basketball as well. ; Tevis continued his football career with' the VTashington University Bears and was a hith-rankine scorer in the Vallev1 Conference. After i fling at pro football. I ee decided to turn, as so manv other ercat athhlctes have done, to the automotive industry and became associated with Big 4 Chevrolet. is well known in this territory and all his many friends will be happv to know that they may now contact him in the Chevrolet truck sales department of Big 4 Chevrolet. 2400 South Jefferson, r. mttt m m i i ritw .siii tot i SPARKLING BEAUTY k'jJ fOR your CAfti r0 Zf.. WEAR LIKI IRON 4 y00' ' ? 1 RESIST SUN, WEATHER X AND OREASE Cmf t) ) (q CLEAN WITH SOAP J jj AND WATER . nM f 1 -n o 1 Hn ,9a INCLUDES BOTH FRONT: and BACK SEATS For COACH and SEDAN COtffS tIROM SIA1S.U'': MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED H Stat. Molt, M!tl ni Ywr ot W Libirty Fuel & Supply 1f25 E. Grand CE. 091f Suburban Tire Service Co. 2110 Market. CH. 57t Firestone Store 7219 Uonthester, ST. S450 Firestone Store 336 S. Grand. LA. SSSS Firestone Store' 5901 Dlmar. DE. 3000 Firestone Store 4232 Forit fork, JE. 0880 Firestone Store 234 Eaitefl, MU. 6010 , ' 1 -

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