Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on January 1, 1953 · 14
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PAGE B-4 HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY T, 1933 rep Patter by Dill Miller TIME OUT! The time has arrived to boot the Old Year into the moth balls and turn to the spic and span pages of 1953. Before we apply the heave ho to 1952, let's take a poll of sportswntcrs and radio announcers to sec what they believe to be the most outstanding Intcrscholastic athletic memories of the past 12 months, r Joe Anzivino. Star-Bulletin: 'The :Sfuine Aloha. Bowl Game for crip-1 'pfed kids. It was the best since! .the ' Kane-Alii series began. 'Fullback Dan Fuller was outstanding although he and (he Aliis lost for Uhe first time, 32-6." Sugar Bow Net Crown to Mulloy NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 1 .WV-Top seeded Gardnar Mulloy won his ennnnri Qiifrnr Rnu.'l tpnni title ! HE IJKKS CRi:SADi:RS . Wednesday by defeating Tom Cprl Machado. Catholic Herald j Brown, and Star-Bulletin: "The return ofi Brown had taken the opening St. Louis College to baseball su-j set at 6-4 and -Mulloy came back premacy. Catcher Frank Reviera to win two sets at 8-6. 8-6 whfn is destined to become one of thejrain interrupted the finals last Crusaders' all-time greats." 'Monday, The veteran Mulloy lost Gene' Wilhelm, Star-Bulletin: , no time in taking the final set at 'Rav Westfall's offensive work 16-2. " j against Roosevelt. It was one of the! Mulloy teamed with' Brown to; best individual football perform-1 win the doubles finals, beating ances I've seen irt the Intcrscho-i Bernard Bartzcn and Grant Golden .lastic Leapue." (Funahou won, 1 6-1. 3-6, 8-6. The match was 11m-"'A 1-13 ' itcd to two sets of three because Carlo? Tlivas. KPOA: 'Tarrinz-! Brown had to catch a Plane orl 0- pa r r " "" I i NEW y CAR - 1 2m ail wfc.--..;--- UP FRONT IN THE SPORTS WORLD tw7i Joe Anzivino Spons Editor The Star-Bulletin 1952 Was Great Sports Year for Hawaii! U.S. Net Stars To Play Here This Saturday U. S. tennis stars Ted Schroeder and Tony Trabert will play in exhibition matches Saturday. 3 p. m.. at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel courts. George Peebles, Royal Hawaiian tennis pro, said today the American duo will arrive from Australia via BCPA plane at 1 p. m. Saturday. Trabert will continue with his flight to the Mainland the same night. "Ed! Pay a littfe more attention to the Rose Bowl and less to the wassail bowl!" Inn's 13-7 win over Kaimuki. The fighting flyweights pulled the biggest upse of the football season. I also think the development of McKinley's Bill Woolsey into a swimmer of , international prominence during the short space of one year was outstanding." ; ; TLVG FOR WARRIORS San Francisco. AJ.A. Sr. League Openers Jan. 78 The Honolulu AJA Sr. Baseball League opens its new season with a tripleheader January 18 at the Wallv Hirai, Hawaii Times: "I'd Honolulu Stadium, say Kamohamcha's championship! The defending champion Moiliili football team. It didn't rate too nine takes on '52 runnerup Mc-high with most people at .the start 'Cully in the feature game of the of thp season. Coach Bob Do.us.las day at I p.m. and his boys came throush with' The league opener at 10 a.m. one of the greatest exhibitions ofi pairs Kalihi Koyu Kai and Kaka-team work and desire I've seen. ' ako at 10 a.m. Douglas did a marvelous job of Kalihi Valley and Wa'ialae clash guidine a pre-season underdog to in the nightcap at 3 p.m. . the title" 1 A kickoff dinner is scheduled by Monte' fSam Snead) Ito, Adver-VCa?T tfr nf xt,.TuestdJ3r n'hi tiser: -"My top memory actually jat Kewalo Inn starting at 6. was a disappointment. I was sorry j ' " Chauncey Fa (Kamj and Wendy! , Brooks (Punahou) didn't get to run against each other in the 880. May-, be they will this year. Harry Jefferson's (Punahou six foot plus high jump. Kaimuki's mile relay win over Punahou. John Smythe's (Farrington) 9.9 century. Fred Sale lira da's (McKinley) one-man track rf ArmsnrA arrl Tv ?rmi IH'e lrirtnrv in the Public High SchoolsVTrack fSment h for tartin . - . T- . . . . . a u . . . . iviei'i i noi'st'veji fusu wtie itp.t MjiI That was Kaimuki's first cham pionship in Intcrscholastic sports." GOV CAGERS CITED Bill Kim. Advertiser: "Farring-ton's unbeaten basketball record while winning the Honolulu Inter-scholastic and Territorial cham-'pionships. Any team that can win 21 straight in one year is okay for my money. As for your writer, his foremost Doak Valker Arrives for Hula Bowl Tilt - The Lone' Star State's most fabulous football player in recent years, Doak Walker, arrived in Honolulu this morning via United Air Lines for the annual Hula Bowl at Honolulu Stadium. The talented Texan from Southern Methodist University will play, left halfback for the Hawaii All-Stars against the College All-Stars Sunday afternoon in the first of two Hula Bowl attractions. Arriving with the former Mustang and present star with the world champion pro grid-ders, the Detroit Lions.' was his beautiful wife. Norma Jean. Other pro gridders already here for the game are Quarterback Eddie LeBaron of the Washington Redskins and End Dante Lavelli of the Cleveland Browns. . They will combine their talents with local players against the power-laden collegians. The second Hula Bowl game will be held January 10. Despirito Has 390 Winners for J 952 . MIAMI, Fla.. Jan. 1 ttr Tony Despirito, new world champion Jockey, got only one winner in eisht races at Tropical Park Wednesday to make his record 390 victories for 1952 two more than the old record set 46 years ago. Despirito's only win was on Satisfied, which won the first race Post Siflnal Club Monthlv ace tour4 by six. lengths and paid $9.40. He inament, 9:13 a.m., at Kalikaui! was second in one race, third in JACKIE PUNG . . . FORD KONNO . . , CARL OLSON Thw were the narfies that made the top headlines during !l952 ' perhaps the greatest and most remarkable sports year ever for Hawaii. - . . . Pung in golf,-Konno in swimming and Olson in boxing brought international glory and attention to our shores with their stirring successes. - There were others ... many of them . . . that contributed to a glorious 1952 in sports, but this trio stood out. Mrs. Pung stunned the golf world by winning the United States women s T)f:: " Davis Cup team. He is expected Konno. now attending Ohio State University, rolled up a string ofitostopo ChampIonsVl his greatest achievements earnest the Olympic Trabert teamed up with Vic, r r.rM b t . , iv in Helsinki. . Seixas to represent Uncle Sam in; L He won two gold and one silver medals and was theleading in-jthe recently completed Davis Cupj dividual point-getter on the American Olympic team. WILL STOP OVER Also on the same plane will be Aldrich Man. manager of the U. S. icnauenge rouna against vusiraua.i i Peebles said there is a possibility! !of both Frank Sedgman and Ken! i McGregor, Aussie aces, of being on Honolulu bound plane KONNO WON GRUELLING 1500-METER RACE AT HELSINKI Konno's victories at Helsinki came in the gruelling 1500-meter free style test. in which he upset Japans touted tniro nasmzume. ana asitne same a member of the winning 800-meter relay team. He placed second in i Saturday. the 400-meter freestyle. ! rt.nr rniinnri hi ranid rlimh in bnxint?, and now stands at the; threshold of the world's middleweight throne. The Honolulu-born j AJI I finin fn Rn fighter, making his home in San Francisco, is America's-top challenger ' ' IIIUVIIC IV UL for the 160-pound title recently vacated by bugar Kay itooinson. ; The Nation's boxing experts believe Olson will attain mat goai mis year. Yoshinobu Oyakawa of Hilo, .also attending Ohio-State, University, was just a few notches behind Konno in swimming. He captured the 100-meter backstroke title at the Olympic Games with a new record and won the 110-yard backstroke crown in the National AAU Outdoor Championships. Evelyn Kawamoto won two medals at the Olympics. The pert Honolulu Miss placed third in the 400-meter freestyle and swam anchor on the third place U.S. 400-meter freestyle relay team. Before that, she set a new American long course record while winning the U.S. Olympic Tryout title. I . . 1-:- . f f - (jof-f Calendar Ii SATURDAY U.S. Customs Club January ace, Ala Wai. Members requested to call Awhau Club Waialae, 7:30 a.m., lor Kapioia.ni Driving Range trophy. SUNDAY Fairway Club January ace. 7:30 a.m. at Leilehus. Hawaiian Club January ace. first round of 54 hole tournament for President Dick Mossman trophy, Ala Wai, 8:45 a.m. 49th State ClubMonthly ace tournament, 8 a.m., at Mid-Pacific Country UiUO. rusuuiwic uKii.uim. nunc . Course.. Members are reauested to be' ,i,.t r 4V, mnr,ov. that tabbed Kaimuki to win the prep grid title. Although it turned out to be the wrong choice, the Bulldogs did noblv bv battling the championship Warriors to a scoreless deadlock, and beating" second place Punahou. 1 prompt. Hui Umi January Ace at Ala Wai. 12:10 p.m. Layne-La Starza in two. Married Today Today's Bowl Shed NUW YORK, Jan. 1 () College football's chosen few enact the last big scene of the season in star- H in OUTSTANDING INDIVIDUALS .Vii -f. In addition to kicking up a few! NEW YORK. Jan. 1 IT! Rex I spangled bowl games today, memories of our tub thumpers, j Laync, the Utah bullyboy with vic j Here's the bowl schedule: we've come up with the following torics over two ex-champions, and! Roe Bowl Wisconsion vs. boys for being outstanding in their particular sports: Basketball Joe Brub. Farring-torf: swimming Bill Woolsey. McKinley; golf Ted Makalna. 'St. Louis: track John Smythe. Far-rington: baseball Mel Seki. St. Louis: football Donn Cars well. punahou;, tennis-David Duff . Pu-SSe ptember opponent for M nahou. and Manlcy oung, Mid-j;f u etm ic hit use Roland La Starza. split decision at Pasadena, loser to Rocky Marciano, have! sugar Bowl Georgia Tech vs. Deen rnatcneaNior a lu-rouna Doui)Mississippi atNew Orleans. Tennessee vs. this season. Ihe contest could produce a arciano aac.ac. J after his return match with Jersey : Prep Fatter-. "Most Insp;ranonal Joe Walcott. Player award soes to Roosevelt s , l grid halfback.. Henry Georse. Most promising varsity rookie w Frank Reviera, baseball catcher St. Louis. li Rhoden to Retire Orange Bowl Alabama vs. Syracuse at Miami, Fla. Sun Bowl Mississippi Southern v Collere of Pacific at El Paso. champ i frcx Gator Bowl Tulsa vs. Florida at Jacksonville, Fla. Salad Bowl San Diego Navy vs. 101st Airborne at Phoenix, Ariz. WOOLSEY MEMBER OF 800-METER TEAM Bill Woolsey, McKinley High School senior, was a member of America's winning 800-meter swim team at the Olympics. Dick Cleveland, who lost out in the semifinal heat of the 100-meter; freestyle at the Olympics in an upset, set a new world record for the ; 100-yard freestyle swimming event at Ohio State's pool. Dick is aj junior at Ohio. i Richard Tom and Richard Tomita, who won individual National; titles, led a team from Hawaii to the National AAU Weightlifting Championship, dethroning the York (Pa.). Barbell Club for the first time'in 20 years. Hawaii's first world boxing champion. Flyweight Dado Marino, lost that crown to Yoshio Shirai of Japan last May and retired after an unsuccessful attempt to regain the title in the rematch. Roy Kuboj'ama won the National Collegiate Athletic Association's flyweight boxing championships, the first time a scrapper from here has won an NCAA fight crown. OTHER EVENTS AND INCIDENTS LEAVING DEEP IMPRESSION These were the standouts during the past 12 months, but as the bell rings for another round, let's look back and see what else left a deep impression: The two fine Hula Bowl pames for the Elks Milk Fund, which featured some of football's greatest names . . . The excellent University Invitational Conference basketball season with right Mainland cpllege teams on the schedule . . . The food poisoning of 22 San Diego State College football players after beating the University of Hawaii football team in the Pineapple Bowl . . . Herman Coelho's record-breaking nine-hole 29 at the St. Paul Open . . . The discussions at the UH to drop football, which resulted in continuing the sport ... The opening of Aloha Bowling Center . . . The appearance of Junie McMahon. National Match Game bowling champion. Charley Makaiwa named Golfer of the Year 1951 . . . Winter baseball leagues enjoy another great season . . . Hal James, king of Softball pitchers, leaves Hawaii . . . Pro boxing continues on decline in U.p-i lulu . . . The success of auto racing at Honolulu Stadium . . . The 300 bowling game rolled by Red Borba . . . The resignation of Arctic; Kodros as UH athletic director and football coach, and the naming of Hank.Vasconcellos to succeed him in both positions ... Dr. Richard You being named on the U.S. Olympic Team medical staff . . . Farring-ton Hich'School winning the 19.32 Intcrscholastic Basketball Leacue championship with an unbeaten record, under Coach Francis Aiwohi, in both league and non-league games. MERCED. Calif., Jan. 1 (F Elmer Willhoite of Merfced. Southern California's big guard, has informed relatives here that immediately after today's Rose Bowl football game in Pasadena, he and Miss Mary McCallag of Pasadena will be married. They will board a plane tonight for Hawaii, where Willhoite will play in the Hula Bowl games onin January 4 and 10. ly-'"'t'l'-'Sr"-i' TO TURN PRO?Australian tennis stars FrankSedgman, left, and Ken McGregor were expected to announce their decision tonight as to whether they'll desert the amateur trail for a pro career. Sedgman, McGregor Remain Mum on Future Net Plans By GAYLE TALBOT ADELAIDE, Australia, Jan. 1 (A1) Australia's top tennis aces Fran Sedgman and Ken McGregor remained mum today on whether they will turn professional. The two, who led the Aussies to a 4-1 victory over the United Stats the Davis Cup challenge round, participated in an afternoon exhibition here and were subjected ; ; ; to a barrage of questions. I kl J" ' They said nothing absolutely UOnnV iHOrCilCO to reply "no comment." would turn professional may still j MIAMI, Fla.. Jan. 1 (.) Dinny be made after tonights official vardico. a fierce vounz Tamo3. Stock car racers take over to-(Davis Cup banquet, but one report ipia., battler, earned a possible day at the Honolulu Stadium start-j had it that it would appear ex-j light heavyweight title shot Wed-ing at 1 p.m. ;dusively in tomorrow's Melbourne i nesday night as he beat out a knockout Stock Gar Racing At Stadium Today Stops LaMotta Trials so on at 1 p.m. with the Herald first feature race being booked for 2. Today's program includes the 50 lap main event, a couple of semi-mains, heats races and a consolation event. HAS NO KNOWLEDGE Harry Hopman, who has completed his duties as Australia's Davis Cup captain, is the tennis writer for the Melbourne Herald. i Hopman. however, told Sir Nor- Sandy Sanders, champion stock man Brookes, president of the car racer of the past year, is! Australia LTA, and this writer that entered in the 50 lap event as are! he had no knowledge whatsoever Elwood Maynard, Dixie Lawlor, Bosco Gravitt, William Greenleaf, Tommy Gima, Leroy Wright, L. G. Willis, Bob Phelan, Gene Min-ninger and Johnny Freitas. H.B.C. 750 LEAGUE Civic Cleaners 3, Ken's Electric Mo- of the intentions of his two protege?. It has been rumored for some time that Sedzma'n and McGregor would turn pro after the Davis Cup matches. Ted Schroeder, former U. S. Davis Cupper, has been here for several weeks as emissary for Jack Kramer's professional troupe. seven-round technical over Jake LaMotta, former middleweight champion, at the Coral Gables Coliseum. A smashing right knocked LaMotta down for the first time in his career early in the seventh and when the round ended, the "Bronx Bull" was hanging helplessly to the ropes, his eyes glazed, as Nar-dico beat him with merciless rights and lefts. Nardico. the aueressor all the Iway. caught LaMotta with ' the right as he backed away from a flurry in the middle of the ring. The Bull fell back into the ropes, then went down, almost falling out into the crowd. ' 2 Way Tie for First Camp Drake Vihs T : , T - v--. nrUlfA t MJ TPI!tnmM f Morimoto finished in a tie for,R,Ce 0W ,01116 the City Mills Topper and Duffers i 1 ,. rm m rr . i T"" . . .. i rrrtrrtf T in . ft u M tor Service 0; Allied Sale Co. 2, OK!,Jonoie x- mur nuyuy kvuiur.y i iuii w, ioii. x n i j-i vxini General Contrctor l; Marumi' Tet . Saturday at Leilehua. ! Drake Army eleven today defeated Delicatessen 2, Swift & Co. l; Honest; The first half of the T. Takeshita ; the Yokosuka Navy - Base Sea TrSSii t.v ?:i35. hole Toaster Trophy Tourney i Hawks. 25-6, in the Tokyo Bice Tito Cezar Dance Studio 3, Kewalo Inn i was also held with Tamashiro and i Bowl for the first Far East Inter- 0. Cage Scores By The Associated Press WEDNESDAY DIXIE CLASSIC North Carolina State 73, Brigham Heres hoping ,19a3 will produce i r.pnrs,A -Rhnn nf .TAmaira tKp!rUHr Ar kArtA In " - - - -- ' . 1 1 lj 1 1 u c v iiuuu in j cthletf s as fine as these. Home Run Baker, who led the OlvmDic 400-meter run chamDion.i said last night he will retire from! Shnf tPT CaaC Dates the torn- irarinc after rnnrnetinP in r - - - - c- - .... .1 .... m . 1- - American League in homers in jing indoor season in the United1 Due to the inacessioiniy or me 2911, 12. '13 and tied for the crown? States. . - Tripler Gym, two changes have in 14, never won a league batting; Rhoden, who competed for Mor-iboen macle J.n l- bnal5.rs opening -title. . . . i . Ask for . . . X- schedule in- the , Armed Uh. tti.j-cu.,:.;. 4u v,-u Forces Basketball ieague. the world's 400-meter record of j 45.8 seconds ana tne uiympic 40U meter record of 45.9 seconds. JACKIE TUNG'S RETURN TO GOLF Jackie Pung's return to golf after a year in-"retirement" and winning the 54-hole Jennie K. Wilson tournament with a record 230 score . . . Boxing Promoter Ralph Yempuku takes over . the management of South Seas , . . Japan weightlifting team performs at Civic Auditorium . . . The excellent service athletics in all sports . . St. Louis victory in Intcrscholastic baseball with an undefeated mark . . . Wally Cyr . . . The visit by California's judo team for matches against Honolulu Pennsylvania 70. North Carolina 62. judo-men . . . Hawaii's heavy participation in the annual Major I Wake forest 51, Holy Cross (n. League All-Star baseball poll. ai l collftp tourney Another fine shoving by Hawaii's fighters in the National AAUj Kentucky 91. Pennsylvania Tournament at Boston . . . The successful Star-Bulletin bowling ; st,te 78. ' ' - tournament at HBC. drawing 649 entries for the largest pin competi-l Tulsa 79. Bowline c.reen 75. tion ever held in Hawaii . The banner polo season with interest! Oklahoma City 49. wyomme 40. growing in the indoor-outdoor version of the game . . . The veryjcuLF states tournament successful Honolulu Quarterback Club Banquet of Champions . . . The Spring Hill 55, Southern Louisiana visit of Coaches Dud DeGroot of New Mexico University and Jf i54McNe?e ColIe-e M. Col- ieeiy oi xtice -io noia a cmuc . . -iicviaii ui iM. uoiunci, rkdiiaos:jeef 48 mm i ,.... l I State College s well-known and successrui DasKeiDan coacn. Morimoto finishing first and sec-! service Football -championship. ond respectively. tvl Mink tfcfi. o. t. rai. ort. Finest beer served anywhcrcl rte; Brrtot Coaipuy. atOvtrnkM, WU Wednesday's Racing B w TK A ltAiitiit O n m m MIAMI, Fla. Tony Despirito ran his j world record number of winners for io jyu as ne won nrst race at Tropical Park with Sattsfied ($9.40). NEW ORLEANS SedRevtew ( $4.40) wen feature race at Fair Gronnds. ARCADIA. Calif. Lap Full ($4.20) captured . $15,000- added Santa Ynez Stakes for 2 year old fillies at Santa Anita. Acc of Aces Champ , Ace of aces champion of the P. M. Golf Club is Masa Nitta, who scored a net 72 Sunday at Leile-jhua. , ' ' Taisuke Sekiya and, Takeshi 'Nunokawa were tied for the Sky-Hark Cafe trophy with net 71't. ELKS MIL K FUN D IB WIL College All Stars vs. Hawaii All Stars TICKETS ON SALE AT ONOLULU STADIUM Friday and Saturday 0:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday from 8:30 a.m. FOR DOTH GAMES: Sunday, January 42:30 p.m. Saturday, January 10 2:30 p.m. The Commandos were slated to open against CincPac at Tripler next Tuesday night, but the game has been shifted to Schofield, where it will be played as the opener in a twin bill starting at 7. Schofield meets Barber's Point , in the nightcap, starting at 8:3Gv The Schofield-Shafter game, slated for Thursday, January 8. at Tripler, will be played at Schofield starting at 8. Japanese Golf Club Slates Annual Dinner Annual New Year's banquet of th HnnnluTu Japanese Golf Club is scheduled for Sunday, jnuary 11, fit 6:30 p.m. at the Kanraku Tea House. The club's next tournament for the President Dr. R. S. Komenaka trophy is slated for the morning of the 11th at the Waialae Coun try Club. Members are requested to ob tain starting times from the tour nament committee members before January 8.- Two Games Monday PAL. Biddy Basketball League has two games scheduled Monday at Kalakaua Center. At 6:30 p. m.. the Beavers meet PAL Band B while Paradise takes on Kapaiama at 7:30. " Results of Tuesday's games: Raiders 34. Internationa4 A 16; Tantalus AC 33. Vandals B 31; Ka-kaako 32, Rockets 18. CONTINUED GROWTH OF LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL The continued growth of Little League baseball and the great work of the Police Activities League in furthering athletic competition among the young guys who'll be tomorrow's Tstars . . . The very successful Police Benefit football game . . . The visits of two great track men. Bob.Mathias for the Rainbow Relays and Rev. Bob Richards for the Hawaiian AAU Championships, which had a lot to do with a banner track season . . . The appearance of the world professional basketball champion Minneapolis Lakers for the Navy Relief Society and playing to capacity houses at Bloch Arena. The departure of Chief Chuck Leahy and Howard Collins, two fine sportsmen . . . The introduction of Donkey Softball by the Press-Radio Bums ... The excellent Hawaiian Jaycee Junior Golf Tournament itnd participation of its champion, Kengo Kaneshina, and its runnerup, Wendell Kop, fn the National Junior Tournament at Eugene, Ore. ... . The death of Richard (Dick) Raapana, UH fullback in 1951, in an auto raccident near his home in Kelso, Wash. ... The Kamehameha School Interschoiastic Football League championship team and the naming of Warrior Coach Bob Douglas as Coach of the Year by the Quarterback Club. " . VISIT OF HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS ON SILVER ANNIVERSARY The visit of the Harlem Globetrotters basketball aces, playing to capacity, throngs at Civic Auditorium, in the final appearance of aj wMjrld tour celebrating their Silver Anniversary - . . The excellent; Aloha Bowl game .and show between the Kanes and the Aliis for thej Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital ... The visits to the Mainland! of the UH and Universal Motors basketball teams ... The banner , swimming meets ; . . Dick ...night's stranglehold -on local professional golf . . . The outstanding Hawaiian Invitational Regatta, first of its kind, under the chairmanship of Pete Goss. Al Karasick's appealing wrestling shows at Civic Auditorium . . . Phil Kim's boxing tour of California . . . Henry Davis fight successes on the Mainland ... Appearance of the Australian Davis Cup team at Civic Auditorium Hawaii Baseball League's successful season . . . The outstanding Major League All-Star team which played here In October . . . The visit of Happy Chandler, former baseball commissioner . . . The playing here of Japan's Davis Cup team . . . Louise Sugg's fine exhibitions ... Waialua's triumph in the Rural Oahu Interschoiastic Football League, breaking Waipahu's domination. I could go on and on but it's beyond the limit now . . . HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL! SUNSHINE TOURNAMENT Hardin-Simmons 70. Westminster 53. Central Oklahoma 102, Howard Payne 59. OTHER GAMES Notre Dame 2. Northwestern 57. Akron 71. Colby 63.- Seton Hall 87, Loyola (Cal.) 66. Marquette 70, Minnesota 59. West Virginia 7n. Cornell 65. Washington State 72, Eastern Wash ington S3. Taylor 80. Eau Claire Wis.) 69. Binghamton Tech 73, Brooklyn Tech 63. Trenton (N. J.) JC 90. Leicester (Mass.) JC 74. Bobby Riggs Wins JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla.. Jan. 1 (JP) Bobby Riggs, craft court master of the pro ranks, had to go three sets here Wednesday before he subdued Jack Rodgers in the finals of the Gator Bowl Professional Tennis Tournament. Rigffs took the -first set, 7-5. then dropped the:second, 9-11. but pulled through to victory wi,th a 6-2 score in the third. The BUlldqes from Camp Drake, just outside Tokyo, had, previously won the Far East Army title. Yokosuka trounced an Air Force eleven to win the right to meet the Bulldogs today for the Inter-Service crown. N.B.A. at a Glance By The Associated Press "' WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Boston 97. Syracuse 87. Fort Wayne 91, Indianapolis? 85. Minneapolis 82. Baltimore 56. Eochester 82. Milwaukee 74. TONIGHT'S SCHEDULE New York at Philadelphia. Fort Wayne at Syracuse. Baltimore at Milwaukee. Boston at Rochester. Hockey at a Glance WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Montreal 2. Detroit 0. Toronto 3. New York 3 (tie). "1- JOIN NOW! Our 1953 CHRISTMAS CLUB Roils Are Still Open ' ioosoccp'ass-COOooQooco: u y GRRIFIC NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS from ASAHI FURNITURE 963 Iwilti Rd. (Opp. ORU) m - To Everyone - Everywhere T HONOLULU GAS COMPANY presents . "Sports Review of 'ST' Filmed Recollections of the Year's Greet Sports Events Not jutt Utalntl wt national but werld-wid ECG-V1B-V 7-7:30 MQOT W fir Kh Wishing You , a Happy Hew " Year WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR INVENTORY ON FRIDAY, JAN. 2, AND WILL REOPEN ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1953. lh", U t J

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