The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on January 28, 1953 · Page 7
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 7

Provo, Utah
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Wednesday, January 28, 1953
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Tigers Risk Perfect Record Contest Tops Region Slate This Week Lincoln High's Tigers carry their perfect Aloine Division record into the BYU fieldhouse Thursday nteht. when thev tangle with the B" High Wildcats. The game was moved up to Thursday because of the BYU- Motitana game Friday night In the The Lincoln-BY High tilt will highlight this week's Alpine Division schedule. The other league game will fird Pleasant Grove playing at Leh) Friday night. American Fork will draw a league bye. Down In the Nebo loop, Span'sh Fork will play at Payson and Tintic at Juab In Frday ni-tht plashes. Springvllle will draw a league bye. With Ease Coach Evan Baugh's quintet brushed aside Pleasant Grove and Lehl— their first two league foes— with considerable ease but is expected to face a real test In the Wildcats Thursday night. Although the Wildcats lost their first two loop encounters, they played some great and inspired basketball before going- down to defeat at the hands of a strong American Fork team last week. They'll be ready and waiting for the Tigers Thursday night. You can bet on that. And, the Wildcats are always tough on the fieldhouse floor, which will make the Tigers' assignment all the harder. The game wil start at 8 p. m. and- there will be - so-Miomor game, starting at 6:30 p. m. Oklahoma Aggies, Seton Hall To Face Stiff Tests NEW YORK (UP)- Unbeate Seton Hall, the nation's No. 1 team shoots for its 20th victory of th season and the Oklahoma Aggie risk their perfect Missouri Valle Conference record in leading co lege basketball games tonight. Seton Hall, the only per feel record squad left among "major 1 schools, is a heavy favorite t notch victory No. 20 In the gam at South Orange, N. J., becaus the rival is Albright College, lose of five of its 10 games to date But the pressure always is grea on a "streaking team. The Oklahoma Aggies won the! only league game to date, and wi be favored to beat Wichita at Still water, Okla. The Aggies, ranke seventh nationally, boast an im pressive overall record of 12-3 against Wichita's 10-5. North Carolina State, ranke eighth nationally, meets Vilanov; at Philadelphi in what promise to be one of the best games in th contry. DAILY HERALD 7 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28. 1953 __yUh_County. Pirates Deny Ralph Kiner Is Holdout By UNITED PRESS The Pittsburgh Pirates ridiculed Thc Utes entertain the Utah State the idea that Ralph Kiner could [Farmers Friday night—a squad be classed as a holdout today buti tllnt fo °k them 62-58 at Logan; then they couldn't laugh off the fact "turn to the courts Saturday night that Branch Rickey, Jr., traveled!' 01 " a same with Montana Univer- over 2,000 miles without getting,-jity. which downed the Utes on the the home run slugger to sign. Mnnfano „,«„.• > JOLTED—Rage scrawled across his face, Don Lewis skids to a stop after being body checked in a matcn with Brooklyn nt the Ninth Regiment Armory in Manhattan. Ironically, the New Jersey Jolters' star is touted as the fiercest blocker in Roller Derby competition. (NEA) BOWLING NEWS PROVO CITY LADIES LEAGUE W L Pet 6 .62, 7 .56; .501 .50 .50( .50C .438 .37 Deluxe Cleaners 10 Happy Service 9 Salmon Pharmacy .8 8 Doynes Jewelry 8 8 Shipp's Jewelry 8 8 Harry Parsley 8 8 Chicken Roost 7 9 Regal Grill 6 10 Summary of Results Harry Parsley , .702 749 687—2138 Chicken Roost .. 603 729 651—1983 Shipp's Jewelry..652 710 697—205., Regal Grill 693 694 662—2049 Daynes Jewelry.. 766 702 740—2208 Happy Service.. 677 757 734—2168 Deluxe Cleaners..672 762 642—2016 Salmon Pharm... 679 701 782—2162 Summary of Leaders High team series—Daynes Jewel rj> 2208; Happy Service, 2168; Salmon Pharmacy, 2162. High team game—Salmon Pharmacy 782; Daynes Jewelry 766; Happy Service 757. High individual series—D. Prow (Happy) 5. r i6; A. Jenkins (Salmon) 545; D. Smith (Parsley) 507. High individual game—D. Prow (Happy) 222; J. Adams (Parsley) 211; A. Jenkins (Salmon) 187. AS LOW AS Atro-Urk J-Door S«don, Hit Prl c » P.O.B. Toledo, Ohio, plui Federal Taxei, Slat* and Local To«»i, If any, Freight, Delivery and handling Chargei, Optional Equipment, Extra. Kitchen Motor Co* 170 No. 1st West— Provo, Utah Phone 648 Ex-Matman Grosses A Million Dollars A Year As Promoter CHICAGO (UP'- Fred Kohler] Kohler said that there are more had to wrestle for 15 years .to pay than 40 wrestlers in the country his losses as a wrestling promoter, who gross more than $40,000 per but now he grosses a million do!-year an lars a year and doesn't have to 000. OS id some make around $150,"Some of them make more than enter the ring. 'I started wrestling in 1916," he'I do," he"'"laughedT"'but"they"got said, "and 1 began prompting in to pay me a booking fee." 1924. I quit wrestling in 1942, and I quit setting up my own rings in 1946. Until then it was so risky I didn't want to hire men to set up for me." Hare Disappeared Those days have disappeared. Kohler's conveyance now Is one of those expensive baby blue cars whose price begins somewhere around $5,000. He has between 40 and 60 wrestlers working for him. He promotes fights in 150 cities in Credits Television Kohler credited television with much of his present success. He runs weekly shows at a Chicago neighborhood house and puts all of them on television. "When we first went on television, our crowds fall off. Then they came up some, and then they fell off again when a lot of people got sets at home. But afisr the novelty wore off, they started coming back to the bouts. Illinois alone and books wrestling] "You've got to give the people bouts in every section of the comfort. I'm going to take out our world. old seats and put in upholstered seats. Why, we get women in 'evening dresses at our matches now, and men in tuxedos and tail coats. And they sit in the old board Fuentes Gains Nod Over Martinez LOS ANGELES (UP)— Los Angeles middleweight Jess Fuentes held a record of five wins in six pro fights today following his 10-round unanimous decision victory last night over Jimmyy Martinez at the Olympic auditorium. Martinez, 159, Glendale, Ariz., looked good only in the sixth round. Fuentes uncorked a left hook after one minute of- the first heat that sent Martinez down for a five count. A few seconds later Fuentes, 160, crowded the Arizona boy into a corner and left him sitting on the lower rope for a count of seven. Russ Gillam, 155, Detroit, slugged his way to a unanimous win ov'er Sal Flores, 160, Santa seats." College Scores By UNITED PRESS Manhattan 98 Providence 72 Toledo 80, Kent State 69 Lawrence Tech 96 Assumption 6? Southern Illinois 74 Cape Girardeau 68 ' Howard Payne 85 Texas A&I 48 East Texas State 94 Sam Houston 69. Montana 69 Montana State 68 Gonzaga 80, Whitworth 79. Arkansas State 85, Arkansas College 70 — — I — »• — f UU&*VU kJUU JH^!^ Ana, in the six-round semi-windup. College 51 California Poly 74 Chico State 68 San Diego State Ute Cagers Hope To Get Out Of Skyline Cellar SALT LAKE CITY (Up)-Taklng to their home court this coming weekend, Coach Vadal Peterson's University of Utah cagemen are hopeful they can pull out of the collar in the Skyline loop by registering wins over teams they were By OSCAR FRALEY NEW YORK (UP) — Current tennis stars like Maureen Connolly, supposed to overpower. beat but failed to Rickey, Jr., scheduled to return Montana court. With their home-court win last *nti\cy, jr., scneauiea 10 return •••"! un-u- iiuine-court win last to Pittsburgh today after his fruit-'Weekend over Colorado A&M, the less salary discussions with Klner| utcs believe they have found the at Ralph's Palm Springs, Calif.,Icombinations that will work to 1m- home, declined to say how muchiP rove their status. he had offered the Pirate star. Friendly Discussion "Why, a contract hasn't even The Farmers, meanwhile, have been attempting to regain the form that over the Christmas holidays won them the holiday cage tourna- ••"j, a v-uiiiirn,i. n a on i. cveii|Wuii uiuju me noiinay cage tourna been tendered to Ralph yet. solment at Madison Square Garden in how can anyone say he's a hold-'New York. out or expects to be one?" Rickey| The Utah State crew moves on asked, "We held a friendly dis-ito Provo Saturday night for a so """'"" * k ~"- -•"-* -" T with the Brigham Young University Cougars, who last week chalked up wins over both the league-leading Cowboys from Wyoming and the Colorado A&M Rams. On Friday, the Cougars have an easy" game against Montana but cussion, that's about all I can say at this time." The Pirates were understood be offering Kiner a 25 per cent cut, all that is allowed under baseball rules, from the reported $90,000 he received last year. • « .**- At,*.w*wii joaii jcai. ----„ nu ...«, u^uinoi. itiuiikalla UUl Kiner has said he will accept a f,V e } va .jy of the high-scoring poten- it, but not 25 per cent. If" °[ Montana's Chuck Davis, who cut, but not 25 per cent. Even if they failed to get Kiner to sign, the Pirates had better luc with another one of their outfield ers, Cal Abrams, acquired fron the Reels last June. He signed yesterday. The Cubs announced the slgnln of right-handed pitchers Bob Kell and Tom Simpson while vetera outfielder Bill Nicholson, catche Ken Silvestri and rookie pitche Bob Greenwood agreed to term with the Phillies. Southpaw Ted Gray, a 12-gam winner last season, signed his con tract with Detroit. Beshore Gains Unanimous Verdic Over Fernandez PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)— Lo Angeles heavyweight Freddy Be shore banged out a unanimous 10 round decision over Abel Fernan dez of Mexico City here last nighl There weren't any knockdowns but it was a rough and tumbl match. One judge and the rin referee scored 58 to 52 for Be shore and the other judge gav him the edge, 57 1-2 to 52. Beshore weighed in at 196 am Fernandez at 190. In the eighth round of a pre liminary 10-rounder, Joey Clemo 147, won a technical knockou over Eddie Williams, 146, Phoenix Arizona. Fight Results By UNITED PRESS Toledo, O— Archie Moore, 179 Toledo, knocked out Toxie Hall 188, Chicago (4<ion-title). — ., Miami Beach, Fla.—Willie Pep Memphis State 72 Centenary 62 130%, Hartford, Conn., tutpointe Loyola (Calif.) 68 Pepperdine 66 Davey Mitchell, 131, Toronto (10) n-«*—!. 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WM " W How does Phillips dare make such a guarantee? Because Phillips 66 Heavy Duty Premium Motor Oil is so good it actuaUy surpasses manufacturers 1 recommendations for all makes of cars! Get Phillios 66 Heavy Buty Premium Motor OH. It's guaranteed to satisfy you! nouglai Fairbanks. Jr.. present! "Your Phllllpi b(j theatre" on Channel No. S-KSL-TV Sunday 8.'30 p.m. HOP AT f TATIQNI WHIM YOU III THIll »I9NI "lv6ri-fiction , . .—••*«*», mil* i chucking in the points at he average rate of 19.3 per game. Spaghetti, a wheat product, is not made from flour, as is bread, but from a medium-coarse grind of wheat called semolina, which can be ground only from such high Bill Tilden, Helen Wills Moody Still Head All-Time Net Parade I »..• — , iiiiiu i aiming us n Frank Sedgman and Jack Kramer /ith the power game. the man who taught tennis for 30 curacy and esntrol tvhlcn years. "Cochet I put second in*-- "* anticipation, while Budge earns third ranking as a perfectionist are making a determined bid for net Immortality today but "Big Bill" Tllden and Helen Wills Moody still head the all-time court parade. This is disclosed In a new all- time first ift selected by Mercer Beasley, the game's best known coach and president of the Professional Lawn Tennis Association Beasley, who tutored such stars as Ellsworth Vines.Wilmer Allison Frankle Parker, Pancho Segura and Doris Hart, keeps "Big •Bill" and "Little Miss Poker Face" at the top of the all-time heap. But he moves Miss Connolly all the way up to fourth place and puts Kramer and Sedgman at seven and eight respectively. His First 10 That's quite a leap for "Little Mo" and the Australian recently turned professional, because a year ago they wouldn't have been within hailing distance of the all- time first 10. Beasley's "all- timers" among the men In order are: Tilden Henri - • • - Cochet of France, Don Budge, Jean Rene LaCoste of France, Fred Perry of England Vines, Kramer, Sedgman, Bobby Riggs and Parker. His women's first 10 are: 1 Moody; 2, Alice Marble; 3, Suzanne Lenglen of France; 4, Connolly; 5, Molla Mallory; 6, Helen Jacobs; 7, Pauline Betz Addle; 8, Margaret Osborne du Pont; 9, Doris Hart, and 10, Louise Brough. Tilden Had Everything , * -»!.«• ... 6 u "Tilden had everything and his gluten-content wheat as the du- eight U. S. and three Wimbledon rum of the North Central States. I championships prove that," says "Fourth place goes to LaCoste, n o t h e r of France's "Three Musketeers," because he was a Teat marksman," Beasley added while Petry possessed a fine all- round game as .well as the great- st reflexes ever seen on the ourts. Vines had speed and the reatest flate forehand." Accuracy And Control Beasley points to Mrs. Moody's even U. S. and eight Wimbledon rowns as an example of the ac- have "dominated women's In any era." Miss Marble he fiflfts second for bringing the game to women's tennis, Miss Lenglen he hailed* as . * dramatic sharpshooter able t«r Wn six Wimbledon championship* "Maureen Connolly Is fasi And has a good backhand," Beasley explained, "but I thin': those threa could have handled her." And of them all, the veteHKa thinks that Miss Connolly, the Httlfc slugger with two U. S. crowns one Wimbledon title to her credit, Is the one moat likely to go H» the all-time top. BILL JOHNSON Just moved from Price, Utah, where he was in business for 9 years-Returned to Provo, his Home Town, Now associated with P. E. Ashton Co. as New Buiek and Chevrolet Salesman. Bill invites all his friends to come m and renew acquaintances. Bill says: Ashton's Big Discount Sale has the Best Values of the Year." 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