Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on October 25, 1946 · 16
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SIXTEEN HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1946 ANKWJAB. TOO EE) TO 'f X' . j 'I WIM ILdDTUH About Dis 'n' Dal In Sports By LOUI LEONG HOP Sports Editor, The Star-Bulletin Stagg Deserves All The Fuss Made About Him They're making a lot of fuss about Amos Alonzo Stagg upon his return to (Chicago and vicinity,) the scenes of his many triumphs. . And the grand old man of football deserves every bit of it and perhaps some more. He is and has been a credit to the great game The venerable gridiron figure, now 84 years of age, coached at the University of Chicago for 41 years and is the last survivor of the meeting that created the Western or Big 10 conference 50 years ago. ine dean ot college football men tors led his College of Pacific eleven into Chicago Thursday to play undefeated Northwestern at Dyche Stadium. una The encounter has significance in that it was against the Wildcats that Stagg, after making Walter Camp's first Ail-American team as a Yale star, launched his coaching career in 1892. '' As a matter of record the first Chicago-Northwestern contest ended in scoreless tie and a second game the same season ended in a 6-4 victohy for the Wildcats. While opposing Northwestern is a heavy favorite to run all over the Tigers chief interest will be on Stagg and the tribute he will be paid between halves. It is going to be something the grand old man picks as a highlight in his long career. In the old days Stagg coached and played for Chicago, which was a customary practice. It is rather amusing to read the kidding remark Coach Lyn Waldorf of -Northwestern made regarding this. He said: "Mr. Stagg and I have agreed not to play Saturday. And I can assure you I Mill keep my end of the bargain." m m m Saturday's contest will mark Stagg's third return to the midwest since Chicago retired him 14 years ago. In his 56 years as a college mentor he has coached 542 college games 444 of them while at Chicago. Tonight the grand old man will be honored at a dinner by the order of the C. Chicago varsity letter-men's club which he founded himself in 1904. Among other things," between halves of the game with Northwestern in Evanston, he will be presented with a plaque by Tug Wilson, Western Conference commissioner, to commemorate his part in organizing and developing the conference. oo ox 171 vuarn Castro Passes Govalums into 4A League First Place Tie STATISTICS f K Score .... 39 0 Touchdowns ... 6 0 Conversions ...... ..... 3 0 First downs earned 11 9 Forward passes attempted 19 20 Forward pastes completed ... . 9 7 Passes intercepted by 3 Fumbles ....... 2 5 Own fumbles recovered ...... : 0 1 By DICK KLENHARD Louie Castro passed the classy Farrington Alumni eleven into a first place tie in the 4-A loop as he led the Govalums to a 39-0 victory over the outclassed Kamalums before a small crowd last night at Honolulu stadium. Farrington scored at will to register their second straight league win and are now tied with the Mick-alums for the top slot. Kam's defeat was their second and puts them at the bottom of the heap. m m ' Sensational passing between Cas tro and receivers Albert Hue, Cleg- horn Boyd and Dickie Ho proved too much for the white and blue Warriors. The above combination -clicked nine times in 19 tries, five of the completions being good for touchdowns. m m m Little Dickie Ho was the player of the evening as he snagged four passes to register four touchdowns, as well as playing an outstanding defensive game. The Govalums started their scoring early in the first quarter. Ho intercepted a Kamalum pass and raced 44 yards to the 26 yard line. Castro picked up eight on a line buck, and Ho skirted around right end for 16 yards and a touchdown. Castro converted. m m m With four minutes left in the initial quarter Coach Jimmy Mitch ell's squad scored again. With the ball resting on the Kam 48, Louie Harrison faded back and passed to 25 and swivel hipped over for a touchdown. Castro again converted. m m m The Govalums scored twice in the second period. Two successive passes from Castro to Harrison were good for 23 yards and the third score. The conversion failed. Another pass, this time a toss of 34 yards from Castro to Ho, gave Mitchell's team its fourth tally. The conversion failed. Midway in the third quarter the Farrington team took over the ball on Kam's 34 yard stripe. Don Men-diola passed to Harrison, who lat- eraled to Castro who lateraled to Samuel Punohou who plowed over for the fifth score. The conversion failed. m m m The final score came in the clos ing minutes of the game. Farring ton had the ball on the opponents 31 yard line when Castro faded back, tossed a pass to Ho on the eight, and Ho went down the ma- kai side of the field to tally. Bill Prestige converted. mum If football fans enjoyed a wide open game they got it last night. Besides a total of 39 forward passes tossed, there were more laterals thrown during the game than we could count. It was a wide open affair and good ball. Starting lineups : ' Govalums Po. Kamalums Charles Kalua ...C ,.Wm. Andrade Kinman Chang G.... Henry Guigni Wm. Huffman G William Wise Jas. Matsuura T .. William Emo Wm. Prestidge T John Costello Albert Hue E August Reiman Cleghorn Boyd E David Legros Ben Ogden Q Howard Marfield Louie Castro H George Kauhane Richard Ho H .-.William Townsend Stanley Lyons F George Kempster Individual scoring: Ho 24, Harrison 6, Funohu 6, Castro 2 and Prestidge 1. &rs Delaware Is Considered As Opponent NEW YORK, Oct. 25. U.R The University of Toledo put in its bid for future big time football today with announcement of the season's first bowl game the Glass Bowl on December 7. Oklahoma City and Delaware, both unbeaten, are being considered as possible opponents for this first annual event with scouting eyes also on Detroit and Syracuse. At the moment it's a "little college" affair,, but the city of glass is making plans which it hopes will bear major league fruit. To make it attractive there are many unique angles. . m m m The winner's trophy will be of blown glass. The participants will wear jackets and keep warm with blankets made of fiber glass. The stadium will have glass dugouts, a glass press, box and a glass scoreboard in blocks of blue and gold, the Toledo colors. ' The game was the brainchild of worker in one of Toledo's three giant glass plants. He wrote a letter to the president of his firm and all the glass companies agreed to promote the game. The worker's payoff: A lifetime pass to the Glass Bowl. The idea simply is to push Toledo into big time football. The university for years has had one of the nation's top basketball teams and now they want to get the gridiron outfit out of the little college class. ECeiser Leads In Golf Play RICHMOND. Va.. Oct. 25. (JP Herman Keiser, a cool and deliber ate shotmaker from Akron, O., led field of 160 into the second round today of the $10,000 Richmond open golf tournament by virtue of a three under par 69 on the opening 18. Trailing one stroke was Jim Ferrier of Chicago, while defending Champion Ben Hogan of Hershey, Pa., was bracketed with four others at 71. The big field that includes most of the top money players in the game will be reduced to the low 60 and ties after today s round, survivors will finish up with 18 hole rounds Saturday and Sunday over the 6,354 yard Hermitage Country club course, where Hogan won in 1945 with a score of 289. mvre II weffet u&kmm Score by Quarters: nnvilnmc 14 19 II 7 3Q Ho M ho caught the pigskin on the 'Kamalums ' "!"""!""Z"""" 0 0 0 00 Kamehameha to Meet Lahainaluna In lYIaui Shrine Football Game The Maui Shrine football game on December 8 might very easily be a territorial championship contest. The two teams will be Kameha-meha school of Honolulu and Lahainaluna high of Maui and both clubs are sporting undefeated records at the present time. m m m In early speculation, facts and figures add up to the Kam Warriors copping the Interscholastic title on Oahu and Lahainaluna doing the same on Maui. Lahainaluna Is undefeated in three games with Baldwin high, their latest victim by a 30-6 count. m m m . . Th nroceeds of the December 8 game will be given to the Hospital for Crippled Children in Honolulu. Coach Tom Mountain, assistants Clayton Benham and John Berring-ton. will head a Kamehameha party of 33 players to make the jaunt to Maui. Col. Harold W. Kent, president of Kamehameha schools, and the Rev. Steven Deshay, Kamehameha chaplain will also .make the trip. m m m The Warriors are scheduled to leave for Maui on Saturday. De-mhrr 7. and will return late in the afternoon on the following Monday. They w ill travel by plane A Company Cops Softball Crown A Company won the Club 100 Softball league title Sunday at the Moana park by defeating D Com-6 3 paTnyW 'other half of the Sunday j,,Kiav.adr. Headquarters Com- ranv topped C Company, 6-5. rinai w. A W - " Z i-iq. B Co - D Co. C Co. . Elmer Ray Meets Parks rHTrAGO Oct., 25. (JP) Elmer CHICAUU, w Ray, NWa-" after his 49U mgs If;' ,Mrtorv tonight when consecuuv- parks. Washington U. H. Gridders Due On Coast SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 25. (JP) Thirty one members of the University of Hawaii footbaU party now are due in San Francisco by air early Saturday, to meet College of the Pacific next Friday. The team will remain here over the weekend, working out in Golden Gate park stadium, attending the Nevada-St. Mary's game here Saturday and leaving for Stockton Monday. The clipper on which they traveled from Honolulu carried a blackboard for studying play diagrams en route. , Each player brought a Hawai ian lei; they 11 be bestowed on the Stockton team. The University of Hawaii football party was slated to leave at 7 a. m .today but departure now has been set for 12:30 p. m. owing to late arrival of the Clipper from the mainland this morning. 4 3 0 U. 1 2 4 5 8 Pet. .875 .750 .500 .275 .000 D round main "iS compiling his 43 victory string lUy SSured 45 by knockouts. Sad Sam Ichinose Reelected As Prexy Reelected to the presidency of the Hawaii Boxing Managers as sociation Thursday night was Sad Sam Ichinose, manager of Yasu Ya sutake. Dado Marino and Robert Takeshita. Other officers reelected were Dan ny Gonzalez, vice president; Jackie Wright, second vice president, and Timo Phillips, secretary-treasurer, Haywood (Sharkey) Wright, Vito Giordani and Yono Kitagawa were voted to the board of directors. Marathon Race To Be Held January 7 The 23rd annual Central YMCA Diamond Head five mile run will b held on New Year's Day, 1947, was announced today by Louis Men donca, chairman of the aifair. Entry blanks and rules will bt issued prior to the maraihon. Thosi cersons interested in running the event are asked to call Men donca at 65157 or C T. Pimm ai 95605. WARRIOR BOMBARDIER. Joe Kaulukukui, Hawaiian Warriors sharpshooting field general, whose passes are expected to play a telling role in tonight s tilt against the Oakland Giants at Honolulu stadium. The Warriors seek their second Pacific Coast Pro football league victory at 7:45. Star-Bulletin photo. Hawaii All-Star Cagers To Tour Big Isle, Lanai, Molokai uns, Micks Still Unbeaten In Junskol Loop The Punahou and McKinley high junior football teams preservea their unbeaten status for another week when they defeated Farring ton, 6-0, and Kamehameha 18-0, respectively, Thursday afternoon, Led by George Kanna and Bob Fase, the Puns Climaxed a 60 yard drive in the second period when Fase finally lugged the ball into the end zone "from the eight yard stripe. It was reported that Dalma Ah Leong, Gov quarterback, suffered fractured ribs and Darwin Chang. Pun halfback, suffered a possible fracture of a bone In the leg. McKinley s Don Lee shoved the ball over the goal line for the Micks first score from the three yard line after he had galloped 70 yards for the first down. A pass play covering 60 yards from Hiram Sasaki to Robert Okuda was good for the second score. Kicnard MoriwaKe raced c6 yards to the Warriors' three yard marker and then on third down carried the ball over for the final tally. Feller All-Stars Win 4-2 Contest SAN DIEGO, Calif.. Oct. 25. (JPh- With. Bob Feller striking out 11 men in the five innings he pitched, the Feller maior leaguers defeated Jackie Robinson's all-stars, 4 to in an exhibition baseball game here last night. Feller s nine won the game in the eighth inning with five hits and three runs. Robinson's 2 4 Feller's 4 8 Porter. W. Pope (6) and Taborn Feller. Chandler (6). Leonard (9) and Hemsley, Hayes (6). KPOA to Carry Grid Game Tonight Hawaii's newest radio station KPOA, begins its Parade of Sports broadcasts tonight, with a play-by play account of the Hawaiian War rior-Oakland Giants pro football game. The broadcast, starting at 7:30, brings Don Klein, KPOA's sports caster to the microphone for the description of the game. On Sunday, at 11:45 a. m., KPOA will carry the. Associated Oil broad cast of the St. Mary's-University of Nevada game from San Francisco The members of the University of Hawaii football squad, en route to play College of Pacific and Fres no State college, are slated to par ticipate in the broadcast between halves of the contest. It was also announced that the Washington - California game in Seattle will be broadcast at 11:15 a. m, Saturday on station KGU. J, y ' w ' :. i f f. 4 i. ,.:' . :-.f.f: ii-.S-i:.::, A I 4 'Ik - V I r .ftr. 1 " If fT-N wnts In Ft Locals Will e heavier Than Visitors Grid Tilt Tonight Notre Dame Favored To eat Iowa On Saturday The Hawaiian Warriors will out weigh the visiting Oakland pros nine pounds per man when the starting elevens take the field to night at Honolulu Stadium. Kick- off is slated at 7:45 sharp. The local pros will carry an 18 pound per man weight advantage in the forward wall, while Oakland backs outweigh Warrior backfield men by eight pounds. mam Coach Keith Molesworth's Card inal and Gold eleven will enter the game slight favorites over their visiting rivals, who last week dropped a 20-13 encounter to Se-attle-Tacoma, leaders of the Northern division of the Pacific Coast league. a a a Although the Oaks have been beaten three straight times. Coach Kaska hopes to hit the win column in the islands. "Our boys like to win and their spirit is good." Coach Kaska said during drills Thursday morning at the stadium. "We'll be handicapped by several injuries and we'll miss the four boys who couldn't make the trip." Mel Reid, triple threat halfback. is slightly injured, although Coach Kaska plans to use his colored ace in crucial spots. a a a The Warriors will stand pat with their starting lineup of Joe Kaulukukui at quarterback, Aubrey Min-ter, left half; Tommy Roblin. right half; and Dick Pfuhl. fullback m m a Leo Peccianti, left end: Bill Kemp, left tackle; Floyd Rhea, left guard; Jack Keenan, center; Tony Samarzia, right guard: Bob Iiams. right tackle; and Roy Ruskusky, right end. Coach Kaska will open with Joe Murray, left end; Rudy Matulka left tackle; Vic Martinelli, left guard; Doug Stahle. center; Charles Kremesec. right guard; Bill Bishop, right tackle; and Frank Sheridan, right end. m m a in., ine.. Dackiieid, the opening call will go to Buzz Trebotich at quarterback; Walt Gordon, right naiiback; Bill Schroeder, left half; and Bin Lewis, fullback. Halftime entertainment will furnished by a local band. Br HAROLD CLAASSEN NEVV YORK. Oct. 25. IJP) Notre Dame customarily has no more luck visiting Iowa City on a football mission than this forecaster has with his weekly predictions. This time, however, the Irish should chalk up their first triumph in the Hawkeye State. Two times in the past the Irish have invaded Iowa City with un beaten teams, as they will again this weekend. And two times an underdog Iowa eleven has tri umphed. The starting teams probably wul be close to even but Iowa hasn't the reserve power to outlast the Irish. a a a Other selections - Arm v over Duke, USC over Stanford, Tennes see over Wake Forest, Texas over Rice, Harvard over Holy Cross, Penn over Navy. Oklahoma A&M over Texas Christian. Ohia State over Minnesota, caiiiornia over Washington, Michigan over Illinois and Missouri over Southern Metho dist. . mam FRIDAY Skipping over the rest in a hurry San Jose State over Brigham Young, Miami over Chattanooga Detroit over Drake, Boston College By ALBERT C. FONG Coach Swannie Pang's All-Hawaii basketball team will play a series of games on three other islands next month, it was announced here today. a a a In the meantime it was also learned that Ah Chew Goo, one of the most colorful floor artists m the territory, will not make the jaunt with the All-Hawaii team to the mainland next month. Goo was chosen to captain the Hawaii team on their three month barnstorm tour of the states. Due to business pressure, the diminu tive star has given up the jaunt. arm Nine players accompanied by Coach Pang and Publicity Director Chew Chong Ching will fly to Ha waii 'next Friday where they Mill play two games at the Hilo armory against Walter Victor's Eagles. After their two game series on the Big Island, the Hawaii cagers will perform on Lanai on November 4 and 5 against the Lanai All-Stars. m a a Coach Pang's cagers will conclude their island performance with a game on Molokai on November 6 and return here on November 7. Coach Pang also disclosed that the Hawaiian troupe, comprised of four musicians and a hula girl dancer which is accompanying the Hawaii team to the mainland, will perform on the three other islands. The All-Hawaii team is slated to leave for the mainland on either November 15 or 27. Deadline to Apply for Ducats For Shrine Game Is October 30 Yetsuo Higa Back From Mainland Boosts Islands Yetsuo Higa, president of Leile-hua Alumni association and who ac companied the organization's foot ball team to the Facmc coast recently, returned Thursday by PAA clipper. Mr. Higa said St. Mary's college football team could be had for Honolulu this season if University of Hawaii officials deal with Head Coach Jimmy Phelan. He said Coach Phelan is anxious to bring the Gaels and Herman We-demeyer to the islands for a game but he definitely will not deal with private promoters or clubs. As for the $50,000 he offered the Gaels Mr. Higa said the amount was to include expenses. m m m "Our team made a big hit in the three games it played," he reported "The bovs were a credit to Hawaii, Besides the players the rooters who went along helped to sell statehood where they went." m m m Mr. Higa took a flying trip to New York City and stopped long enoueh en route to take in the Michigan Northwestern football game. After seeing Wedemeyer in action against .Washington Mr. Higa con vinced the former St. Louis college star really is an AU-American. Tanseer Named Coach PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 25. (JP) Leonard J. Tanseer, former captain of Penn's 1932 basketball team. has been appointed assistant to Penn's basketball coach Don Kel lett. Thursday's Scores West Liberty (W. Va.) Teachtrs 11, Davis-Elkins 0. West Virginia Tech 26, Concord 0. Middle Tennessee Teachers 28, Cumberland University 0. Murray (Okla.) Aggies 12, Bacone Indian Cellege 12. Michigan State Normal B 13, Port Huron (Mich.) Junior College 13. Make Your Party a Success music by HARMONY ISLANDERS Phone Puuloo 21602 Freddie Enos Treat Yourself, To QUALITY HAWAIIAN FOODS Prepared by Hawaiian Beers Wines Liquors . Luncheons Daily POLYNESIA Hours 11 to 11:30 P. M. 1 176 Nuuanu Ave. Opp.. Liberty Theatre be over Villanova, Geneva over Carnegie Tech. m m m SATURDAY EAST Penn State over Colgate, Brown over Boston University, Yale over Coast Guard, Syracuse over West Virginia. Rutgers over George Washington. Columbia over Dartmouth, Bucknell over Lafayette. m m m MIDWEST Indiana over Nebraska. Northwestern over College of Pacific, Purdue over Pitsburgh, Michigan State over , Cincinnati, Marquette over Arizona, Oklahoma over Iowa State. ana SOUTH Alabama over Kentucky, North Carolina over Florida, Arkansas over Mississippi, Georgia Tech over Auburn, Mississippi State over Tulane, North Carolina State over VPI. Louisiana State over Vanderbilt, Georgia over Fur man, Washington and Lee over Richmond, William and Mary over VML SOUTHWEST Texas A&M over Baylor, Texas Tech over Denver, Tulsa over Kansas. FAR WEST Utah over Wyoming, Colorado over New Mexico, Utah State over Montana, Oregon State over Washington State, Oregon over Idaho. UCLA over Santa Clara. USC Slated for Acid Test Against Stanford Saturday Midnight, October 30, has been designated as the deadline to place applications, for tickets to the an nual Shrine game on December 7. This came in an announcement by Shrine officials yesterday. a a a Action in the Aloha Bowl's 16th annual football classic will be between the University of Hawaii and the University of Nevada. Kickoff is slated for 2:30 in the afternoon. a m Prior to the game, the Shriners will hold their usual pageantry program which will start at 1:30. There will also be stunts and surprises between the halves. All seats for the game will be reserved. a a a Applications for tickets must be mailed to the Treasurer, Shrine Football Committee, P. O. Box 2990, Honolulu 2, before midnight, October 30. These reserved tickets may be picked up at the Stadium ticket office at the Williams Equipment Co. beginning 8:30 in the morning of November 11. - . m . m m A limited number of ducats will go on sale at the Williams Equip ment Co. 8:30 in the morning of November 4. Mixed Net Play Enters Semifinals Vivian Saffery and Chinn Sunn, defending champions in the Ha waiian mixed doubles tennis tournament moved into the semifinals Thursday afternoon when they defeated George Forbes and Thelma Anahu, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. In the other quarterfinal match played on the Moana park court, Chris Milne and Clayton Benham bested Elaine Puaaloa and George Bartel, 6-2, 7-5. The semifinals will get under way Saturday afternoon at 2 when ivir. ana Mrs. James Us borne are scheduled to meet the Benham- Milne duo. The other match is slated for 3 in the afternoon and action will be provided by Chiquita Winn and Henry Kamakana against the Saf- fery-Sunn combine. No matches booked for today. Borotra Back in Net Competition LONDON. Oct. 25. P) Jean Borotra, the bounding Basque of the tennis courts two decades ago, came back to the net wars today to give France a two to one lead over Britain in an international club match at Queens courts. mam Still quick footed at 48. the vet eran polished off Donald Butler 6-3, 6-3 in 40 minutes of play on the inside courts. . Earlier in the opening round of the two day tournament Britain's Henry Billington, Davis Cup team member, defeated Frenchman R. Brrnet 4-6, 6-3. 6-2 and France's P. Feret de feated E. J. Filby. 6-4. 9-7. By RUSS NEWLAND SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25. (JP) Whether Southern California s smashing win last week was the spasmodic thrashing of a fallen giant or the long looked for Trojan football revivifi cation should be determined t o great extent Saturday at Palo Alto. If the rebuilt Trojan eleven can dispatch Stanford's hard hitting Indians with the thoroughness displayed in wal loping Washing ton 28-0 the week before. USC fol lowers will have something more concrete than sentiment upon which to pin their future hopes. i SATURDAY 1 1:15 a. m. Washington vs. U. C. KGU 760 Kc. o SUNDAY 1 1 :45 a. m. St. Mary's vs. tlevada KPOA 630 Kc. r ruu Russ Newland A fifir! I nnn 41 IM EaWUUr May Concede To Leialums Signs today along the 4A football league front indicate that the Alumni circuit will concede to the request of the Leialums to play a free lance schedule in addition to their league games. - Official status of Leilehua Alumni team will be settled at tfie league meeting scheduled at 4:30 Monday afternoon at Nuuanu YMCA. At the meeting Leilehua heads will present their plans to the governing body for approval. At an unofficial gathering of various team representatives last night at the stadium when Govalums routed Kamalums. 39-0, Leilehua was given assurance that the 4A loop will allow it to fulfill playing contracts with non-league teams. In a previous statement, a Leile-. hua official said that his team will drop out of the Alumni league if officials deny its request to play free lance. Fight Results Manv a Trojan rooter, hazy as the outlook appears to be. can still see the coast conference champion ship in the distance. All the team has to do now is to win the rest of its league games, which would include the University of Cali fornia at Los Angeles among the victims. a a a Undefeated UCLA, of course, has different ideas. U.S.C. has lost one conference engagement, 6-1, to Ore gon State but whether the result of that wet field meeting can be con- . (Bv United Press) sidered a true yardstick is prob- PITTSFIELD, Mass. (U.R) Oscar lematical. Williams. 142. Pittsfield. knocked The Trojans apparently have out Leonard Ceasar, 138, New Or- since arrived. The contest with leans (7). Stanford should offer an interest- Burlington. Vt. (U.R) Buster Beau- mg comparison on how Southern pre 139, Burlington, outpointed Jo wdiiiornia now siatKs up wnn 11s jr.ii 137. Boston (III). arch rival UCLA The latter won PHILADELPHIA. (U.F)-Billy Nix-from Stanford 26-6. !. 144. Philadelphia, knocked out The Newland selections: Justine, 112, Philadelphia (7). use over Stanford. i FALL RIVER, Mass. (U.R) Leo California over Washington. iMaccuci 129, Portland. Me., drew urigon aiaie over wjsnmgion aiaie. ... ... r in wnnc nL- nr.!.. iH.h. .with Tony Costa, 123, Woonsockct, UCLA over Santa Clara. Montana over Utah State. Fresno State over San Diego State. Loyola over Rediands. Calif. Poly over Whittier. Pepperdme over Pomona. SUNDAY St. Mary's over Nevada. Befanos Will Fight LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25. (JP) Enrique Bolanos, Mexico's leading contender for the lightweight championship, leaves tomorrow for his first showing in northern California. Bolanos meets Star Misamis of Manila at the Oakland auditorium October 30. R. I. (10). ATLANTIC CITY, Danny Martin, 160 M, pointed Don Ellis, City (8). N. J. OJ.Pi Newark, out-157, Atlantic Watkins Is Favorite HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 2 V (JP)--Maulin' Paulie Peters. Oakland middleweight, meets Kenny Wat-kins, Los Angeles boxing specialist, in a 10 round main eventer tonight at Hollywood Legion arena. ' The promising Watkins is rated a 1-2 favorite, but Peters is conceded the puncher's chance. FE TOOL ttxth Dependable'' I & J If nq FWIES: F1tham. Eng. Windsor. Can. Toledo. U.S.A. I v ' 1 BEFORE THE GAME ' J Have a good Chinese dinner. ',i ' Delicious tasty Chop Suey , S ? I and Noodles. ' -. ! 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