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PAGE 20 HONOLULU STA-BUliniN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1953 m Moore Ignores 3-1 Odds Against Him ! NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (AP , They fondly recall the ' last Rocky Marciano and, Archie day' sale cf $180,000 for the Moore brisUtd with ecnfi- Randy Turp La-Ray Robinson dence today as they finished rematch. twcrk for "tomorrow's heavy- A crowd of over 50.000 and weight. title bout at Yankee a gate of at least $750,000 at Stadium with the advance sale $40 'tops appeared assured if approaching the S500.0C0 the promoters advance fig- theatre cent to TV, are split 40 per Marciano. making his mere. he has been upset bv TfV "t the final 7 founds : total to Moore's ability to pin point his see July slashing punches, may influ-" ;ence Moore's battle plan. the idea some people abot 20 11 ixth defense, and 20 per .cent ! think he has been ducking V to .Moore, the lisfct heaw he Moore UmL i Archie also has been taking Many expect him to jab in' his' it fairly easy at North Adams, with his accurate left, trying cietcr. Massachusetts, sparring about to open a cut. and then probe it was estimated their . With an intense pride .championship and a purses go a.s hi gh as $400,000 4W and $200,000. fmination to earn acceptance "as the unchallenged king, he has made Archie a prime tar-; two rounas a cay tor a total . the gash until he torcea me of 103 in seven weeks, referee to stop it. The eld master at 33 knows Although Moore says he is all there is to know about box- prepared to go the 15-round en the qatch was made. marK. Both fighters and national Boxing CI ures were correct shortly after Moore knocked cut Bobo Olson, the odds were the Inter-' V1 no home television get. si kepi-a a. ;t;ei tVero u5! ritchpd st a shade ovfr 3-1 Unbeaten hv with. las. xie iiiiiir-i. ie caa r.:; limit, most observers thinx Marciano will be too strong .weather , . . OU A A ViMVv ii h i V. "i.J X - - - eye peeled on Hum- PYprv rf3cnn tn Yrt a . t.r. with Marciano the favorite. Marciano at will and can 42 knockouts-, the i o c & 'A cane lone, nop ins the wua gai nf,c finai g2te was -not a fight fan. .j The theatre TV people ex-Unless bad weather a pect to gross $1,000,000 with naughty word in fight . head- tickets averaging about $3.50. quarters should mess up the The fight promotion gets, a reworks, the ticket sellers ex-, proximately .SI from each pect a big last minute busi- theatre ticket sold, ness. - ; . As all receipts, including - V. W V Wft a w V V V M v- 4 r avoid punishment bv bus The price may start bobbing adopted a new line of train- tricky defense. ifor him is the late rounds. around alter the morrow noon it 'Ann ci box'mz six or ctsht rounds A veteran of 144 fights since Thev give Archie a chant Square Garden, but so far it a cay ana a total ct over L'uu ioo, .noore wm oe me oldest S.U W ill UV, d Ki.Ul.NUUi. technical knockout m the has held steadv around 3-1. rounds, he has eased off. sav- man ever to win the tills if early rounds but predict he won't be able to stand up under Marcia'no's rouh treatment after 10 rounds. '1 Marciano. 31. has. been dis-ir-? fcis energy for the fight he beats Rocky, turbed by the constant barbs; His last drill at his Gros-; Marciano's tendencv to cut from Moore's camp. Even singer. New York, camp, around ihe eves and hose and V -i , . i ... 1 : . jftmi imm, ' ' " Stor-Bulletin Photo : Manager King and Corbett Corbett Was Featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not in a 'Bows Upset Nebraska; Win, 6 to 0 LINCOLN, Neb.,5ept 19 (UP) Surprising Hawaii paced by little Skippy Dyer upset Nebraska .Saturday, 6-0, before 23.000 fans to "avenge last year's 50-0 shellacking by the Cornhuskers.5 Dyer, a 160-pound left halfback, led the Rainbow attack with runs of 40 and 30 yards. With less than two minutes re maining, he broke up a des-' peration Nebraska pass on the 10-yafd line. The Hawaii touchdown came r .midway in the fourth period, LOS aft r halfharV Rill Tavlnr ran. S 37 yards to the Nebraska six. i I Halfback Ed Kawawaki. who i I ring' tomorrow Civic Auditorium. Corbett's man ex-Ilgnier no,tpaTT!pH u.jth Dvpr tn nrnvidp' i , "... ...... - - r jubjtrt for a Robert BjPl B&fflSnL -sS- 1ICC 11 Or .MJl YIU UV Ilia MilJ, : . , , ( 11 hie firct .VnninnrA in a Inral InCldentallV . "1J'4"" Mj'j.x-i...v ... - -Ifpr 15 an n & foucht such boys as world thp Hawaii offpnsive. nlunedi m lonum. i u: tnuv. ln'c on ,-rtir.vrr1 T? k- fnr. ,lul"v:' V""'' . " wuc-iuui nidi.. be , formcrlv o Sateimcnto. b3S JSi ZSttm hob-1 Ffback , 5iUs Seattle' and Rutherford, NcxvV,"""? 15 Just a b0eM over for the touchdown .ujr m me cuxivciaiuu i.icuipi, was He is president of Hawaii, wide. Nebraska couldnt mend its a Honolulu resident,1 be Rex Jersey Corbett tops next week's card Jancty Artists Service, which . . .-..,.. HorvL'c arte tn nicht r II hPTP in a iu-rouncicr acainst uanus ""XT . v.&v; r . (Beau Jack) Brown at the Civic . i morrow s ni taru Auditorium. ? aged by Promoter Corbett made Ripley's Be-;RavelIe- . lipve It or Not back in 1949.1 . The sketch of Corbett in fight-, ing pose had the following cap-1 tion: "Billy Corbett of Ruther ford. New Jersey, has won .44; of his 51 professional fights yet he was an' invalid for years." WAS BEDRIDDEN Corbett was bedridden from the aC of 2 to 12 with a heel Trabert Opens -'Singles Play In LA. Meet LOS ANGELES. Sept. 19 injury, according to his man- (AP) U.S. National Champion ager. Mickcv King. i lony iraDcrt. wno icamca wiin "But you'd never guess it by Beverly Fleitz yesterday to win looking at him now., would the mixed doubles finals of the vou?" asks Kim:. ' (Pacific Southwest Tennis Admittedly; the ex-Califor-!Championships, opens his cam-nian is a pretty stiff belter. In !paign today in the men's singles his last 17 fights ('53 to '55), division, he belted out eight opponents.! Miss Fleitz, of Nearbv Long His kayo victims during that Beach, and Trabert. of Cincin- penod; Inati, beat Darlene Hard, Monte- 1953 Robert Hastiste (4),tDello. California, and Ken Rose- Tr-: r:i m r. .. .. x.inie-uicK.son i, uene L,amp-;WaH of Australia, 6-1, 9-7. 1, 1 1 T..11 JT.l , i i uirii Wl, )uu naiy ajnc; Thc rieitz-Trabert. combina-ixainey w. . iton rcachcd the finals by de. V. u, ' Seating Mrs. Pat Yeomans, Los JU'OJ Codv (5). Wes Echols (6). Gcne;Anpc& and Rogcr Becker, Eng- Jesse Fucntes, a ranking wel-j land. 6-2, 6-4. Cesar Kayoed tBy Thai Champ The Hard-Rosewall team beat (Barbara Breit, -North Holly-iwood. California, and Vic Sei-Ixas.. Philadelphia, . 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the semifinals. the defending cham defenses to put together a scoring punch against the fast, shifty Hawaiians. Hawaii gained 300 yards net from scrimmage, to 219 for Nebraska. The Huskers could muster no scoring threat dur ing the entire first half. 12 FIRST DOWNS Hawaii got 12 first downs to 10 for Nebraska. The Huskers completed six of 15 passes, while the Rainbows, concentrating chiefly on their running plays, tossed six passes, completing three for 54 yards. Hawaii Coach Henry Vascon-cellos said after the game, "There's no question that Nebraska is superior. We won through courage and sheer guts. "I never saw a bunch of kids who played so hard as Hawaii," he said. The stiff wind, gusting up to 26 miles an hour, and the stifling heat, bothered both teams. Nebraska .". 0 0 0 00 Hawaii 0 0 0 Hawaii scoring: Touchdowns, Frcitas (one foot- plunge). Ray Kashiwada And Watumull -Cop Net Title At: . .... i - V : ? 1 - ! -' v I , ; s -w v - ; - - vj - - t . J Eppert and Funaki Win Handicapper Golf" Play The first annual Hawaiian '253 and George Chang and Paul Golf Association Handicapper Silva with 259. Tournament went to Robert Ep- In the 17-24 handicap class, pert yesterday when he shot Harry Funaki's 57-53 i 15 yes-rounds, of 62-64 126 net in So'terdaV gave him an acrcate holes at Oahu Country Club. of 237 to lead the field. He won the 10-16 handicap' Trailing Fimaki were Thom-class with a 72-hole net score as Young! 251: Tony Gora. 253; of 247. Owen Franco, who had James Kumuji. 259; Fred Deb-256. finished nine strokes he- ber. 2S2, and Gconre Costa, 265, hind the winner. They were;. Hideo Kuwada war the dav's in the 10-16 handicap ring a bl-t4 12d. sim ilar honors in the 17-24 class went to Ed Wong, who shot 1 65-67 132. I The scores: . . !ie-U HANDICAP Robert Frrrt ... jOwpn Franco 'Krnest Chtrg George Chans .Paul Silva Eddie Uemori, versatile per-Kied, former for the Rural Red team of the Hawaii i':. "IV i followed by Ernest Chine with medalist r 1- 1 iclass. fir Uemori Joins Team Going To Milwaukee Baseball !Sudy. slonsi League-, has been added to the, waiter Chung roster of the Hawaii Red Soxn- Jftra : for the Milwaukee Global, TZrZ John Ledesma tomorrow KrI Tanaka" CRUCIAL PLAY Hawaii's Skippy Dyer (arm in air, partly hidden by Nebraska player) slaps down a pass on the Cornhusker 10-yard line in the last two minutes of the Rainbows' 6-0 upset over Nebraska Saturday on the losers' field. Dyer paced the Rainbows with runs of 40 and 30 yards. U. P. Telephoto. . World Series. The team leaves night at 6 to participate in the i cy Kawada tournament slated for Septem-!i:.;i inx-mctr ber 23.28 in the Milwaukee iHrry Funakt .... ,.. c;.., Thomas loune County Stadium. Tony Gora Uemori. a catcher, mfieldcr ;Jm Kumuji and outfielder, was named Manager Lawrence (Peanuts) mp May Kunihisa to replace George Fu-!NR""" v," V ijishige, who is on the Main-'Ed wore I Hand with the Hickam Air !i5 9.5.hir--- . friiirn ununc Force Base nine. r.eorge chinen 1 Earle K. Vida, national base-; VoJi? .ball commissioner for Hawaii., Kaoru oka said Kunihisa chose Uemori with the 'approval of himself and Theodore (Pump) Scarle, Hawaii League commissioner. u .rrea uenoer . t:t i:s i:j . xu 131 .133 139 Hi 134 Hi 13S 13S HI .U3 - ns . t!3 ICS 132 131 i:s 13 133 13? .... 132 ...... 13 13 . . 13S 131 !4 ?4? (S3 S3 ;m fS6S 25 614 21 6:4-272 6S6T 2T 4 65-70 ITS 75 17? C77 73 73 2M 72.7171 71-70232 57 5 237 S3V ;si M 6 253 -6239 6967 22 M-75 72-P4 2S7 fS-74 2.1 65-7270 e7-?-27l S9-70 271 72 4-271 65-72273 fS-7! 274 76-74231 RED SOX CAPTURE FAIR FROM ALL-STARS The Hawaii Red Sox won a doubleheader from thq Hawaii Baseball League All-Stars yesterday afternoon at the Honolulu Stadium. Scores were 6-2 and 5-0. The first same was a regulation nine while the second .went! onlv seven innings. ;coach alwavs provides his team ed Texas Tech score its first! Jams Doole and Majo Uye-,with added incentive, at least; victory, in history over Texas hara. hurled forthe Sox with Bruins, Mississippi and Arkansas Impressive in Week-End Victories Pro Grid Scores HFEK-END Baltimore crs 17. Detroit Lions 27, 17. Green Bay Tackers 37, Chicago dmal 73. Philadelphia Eagles 35, Los Angeles Rams 21. RFSVLTS Colts 44, Tittsbursh Steel- N'ew York Giants Car- Racing in Brief By the Associated Press Ray Kashiwada and Gulab Watumull won the Class B By TIM MORI ARTY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UP) m opening battles. Now that- the early returns SUCCESSFUL DEBUT have been tabulated on the 19oo. -r., n- f , , n Kn J Paul Dietzel, former assist 20-14: Quarterback Eade Dav!0010 iing me win. me pair accounted for three T.D.s in'S3,0111"1"0 safeties Mississippi's victory over!, Mvh, Taketa went the route for the losers on 10 hits. and punt I s today a -feed! ant coach at Army, gleefully! scored twice in the final period! Ernie (Rush) Cabral led the and. Punt pundits today a fr t hed his L S U gquad turn as turn CaUforni a, (Milwaukee-bound team at bat. Xranie ag n rank K!t 19-7; former and Stapletons three touchheB year All three teams turned uiuamwci&m cnampion v.-; nommuu. v-"- r-i ni,c ,,,v.rr ui dinners scorea a :- viciorr . Sanong scored a sensa-on. plays Ives LeMaitre, ex-jtennis doubles champions California, and Oregon second-round knockout; City. 'yesterday at Ala Moana Par1?! na should ereaa ; state blanked Brigham Young Trabert meets Chris. Craw- . MANIUV . Sept. 19 (UP) ;ford, San Francisco, today. Thai bantamweight champion iSeixas, E. T. B. over rwiippinc bantam ti.list! Uter ir .the Trabert adn aibal! srts Lndngav" Little Cesar m their scheduled beixas open in the doubieSjipP seeaea auo oi '"Jjcis, KirnnnH Krtt Kfor- inftnnp.i nt PrawfnrH anH Rncpr.uun ana jenson won. -l ne i "" fans tonight: iWerksman, Los Angeles. . Sanong weighed in at 124; Australian Davis Cuppers all pounds and Cesar 123 pounds J get first-round action. Rosewall In the second round. Ccsarlopposes Norman Perry, Los An-rushed in with both "arms!geles: Rex Hartwig meets Greg swinging, but Sanong landed Grant. Los Angeles, and Lew-one on the jaw as the Filipino Hoad takes on Dwight Makoff, missed a roundhouse richt. Los Angeles. high on the national ladder th nelPca Wyoming to a use" xxidue a suicebMUi aeoui trinmnh nvpr Ksncac . iat his alms matpr whpn tho JjPanthers scored a 27-7 victorvr the! the 33-0 for new coach Tommy scores were 1-6, 64, 6-1. Kashiwada and succeed Joe Ahue Jr. Carlton Kop as 'standard bearers In the new champions ;Prothro. U.CX.A., the Number 1 team' n;;Tn cTtl Vi ' Ais "J WatumuH "e.ls."""ss..at a'share of indiv duaf heroes aduuditi j.acnie oimpson and the doubles!5.?" PeSf iii.?aeir- campaign; with a 21-0 rout over Texas' State. a nome run, a aouoie ana single in four times at bat. Carlton Loo was the big stick for the All-Stars on three singles in four tries at the plate. Harry Masaki, substitute catcher, got two hits in two treks to the plate. Dick Kitamura -had three hits for the Sox. The Hawaii League stars HILO,-Hawaii, Sept. 15 (By; made it close for seven innings. WEEK-END RESULTS NEW YORK Lalun (S4080 won the ! Beldame Handicap at Aqueduct after three spills at the first turn resulted in injuries to Tony Despirtto and Sidney Cole. ! ATLANTIC CITY. X. J. Blue Choir i ($3.40 . an Irish colt, won the foreisn-ibred stakes and Trince Hill ($17) won the American-bred In Atlantic City's .co-features SALEM. N. II. Land? O Lihertv N$fi.R0) nosed to the wire In the New :Ens!and Kuturitv at Rockingham Park. ! CHICAGO Speed Rouaer iSZB) scored by x4 o( a length over Sea O'Erin in Hawthorne's Midwest Handicap, St. Louis Tops Hilo Branch U.H. Gridders 27-6 J (Advertisement) ack irain Dempsey Men.: 17- 45 tor lei eeKs - - - t 4 W 4 zoomea iui varas with a Dass 5 mtni-nnntmn i - PI J.' OA 1 liKUflin I n I fltl-Tr 1 Vt I A 11 1 C Dill tlin Cnv lirtiAr) AA.nrn tU.A. f.M TV,o TTlir.c navt r-.in in ""ItltCM.UUU III XlUIlUdS IM4 v-vVv wv. u v u o um mi; QUA JCIJUCU tlUUSi Kill If Saturdays semifinals Mvland a n victor over ;win over Mississippi State; Jon!High School had their third vic-'runs in the eighth on three hits iew champions stoooed tl:t!!f!7'Arnett scored twice as South- tory this year in yesterday s and added another in the ninth Bill Millikan and James Ka-Av.ct rnl J mp iern CaUfornia buried Washing.2i. wm over the Hilo branch to win going away. waoka of the Armv 6-0. 16-14.:::; ,"rfT - "Mon State 50-12; Halfback Donjot the university ot Haw DROP IN A7... 665 Ala Moana Bird. Thone 5-9191 or 5-:i! After . . . BOWLING Call Inny Younj for Information cn Bottling Tartlet. We cater to Bowline banquet, and 9 course dinners. ran. to evision while Chun and Won defeated Edward Panui and Gene DoO by default. Soelberg Takes Yacht Club Race Dick Soelberg, Don McDiar- CIIICAGO-; (Special) Jack pompser, former world's heavyweight boxing champion and one of today's foremost .sports idols, has entered & campaign to help encourage men la the Hawaiian Islands to prepare for profitable Jobs as television technicians. Dempsey, who is associated with PcYKY Technical Institute (affil-J laifd with DeFcrc?t's Trair.in?. Ire.) onft.cf todays forcriiost television training centers made these Manli.ng revelations; Startlinj; Facts 'A man nods no previous technical exrience or dnceJ .education to prejre to enter tle thrillins:. new ojH.rtunity fiekl of televbion, radio and ele-tronir. As a numer of fact, he doesn't .hae to krto how to plire a lamp corlire or a olderini; iron to be eligible. Dempsey further pointed out: We tre seeking men who are willing to learn. Men whd want to prepare for better jobs or a business cf their own. Train in Sparc Time Dempsey then said that the Vaining could be carried on in a man'a spare time and would in no way interfere with his present Job. Jden XT to 45 are preferred. f -. . V t up with another victor' at Ken tucky, while Arkansas, which ! presented new coach Jack Mitchell with a 21-6 triumph' over Tulsa, will play the Okla-! homa Aggies at home. I The remalncer. of last vear's! iTnn 111 T rvn rry c UMTh tha nvrnn li15.?11?,-,CT of M m hunch nev mnnnra Kill Xnl- inrt T"s lrn I m . . - . . V; r- Ti w j , . IV T Jl i drives for national recognition! .uLxauu inuMieu in uui oruer;ncxt week end vesterdav, m the 210 class, as- the second race of the 110 in- MEETS XEBRASK.V vitational series sponsored bv! Rose Bowl champion Ohio' ;the P.C. fleet of ihe Waikiki '."State will entertain Nebraska, Yacht Club was-run off. j Oklahoma will be at North ! In the Star fleet test, Charley, Carolina. Notre Dame hosts! Dole led Frank Rothwell, Har- Southern Methodist. Navy en- ;ry Uhlcr, Fred Hartman and tertains Yilli3m Man-. Armj"! ; George Durham. Dick Mahan plays Furman at home, and did not finish. .Wisconsin hosts Marquette. Bob Hoolhorst with the Mer- Miami, beaten by Georgia cury fleet race, followed bv Ed Tech. 14-6, in their nationally-; iMundy, Jbhn Pugh. Norman televised opener at Atlanta, will 'Rian. "Grant Morse, Bill Alex- have two weeks to think about ander. Jrm Armitage and Tom .that setback. J Larrabee were disqualified. ! The Hurricane has an open: The 110 class winner vas:.date this week, then will warm jTim Klinefelter,- followed bv up against Florida State before iThad Thompson. Bob Rietow, nieetmg Notre Dame at ho Mi "inni honi tn Mi1 Schmidt's two touchdowns help-' More, than 3.000 fans saw the V oI SP i? V ! : 'game at he Hoolulu Park. . its 26-13 spanking of Georgia , David Campos, the most con-fe- Campo sistent gainer, scored the firsts- Quarterback ;Crusader tally with a 16-yard ,iuu in iiic lust qudiicx, aim r; ByWarreri Gaer Charles Alvaro kicked to make Head Foctball Ccich mob it 7-ft i Vi Drka Ucsvtraity. ANSWER 4 Trap. No! Could hardly be expected to go for five yards; A hard rushing line could be trapped, but it's not a good bet for five. .3 Pitchout. Quite a gamble and the clock keeps running unless the back goes out-of-bounds. 2 Pass to fullback. This play will probably mean two or more receivers in one area and could fool the opposition. 1 Quick pass. Best call.. Short passes have better chance for success than long ones. You desperately need to retain, the ball and score quickly, left- I The only touchdown of the i university teams 19od debut iwas made with a pitchout from r-L -(Donald Fukumori to George 'Real, and a. run around jend. St. Louis's Ronald Joy scored ihis two touchdowns with a 16-lyard rush through right guard, land 10 yards through right 1 tackle. f The last Crusader goal .was Imade with a 65-yard punt run-back by Leroy" Bartels. who took the ball from Joy and was well under way before Hilo on. I caught U.il. HUoBrarich"I 0 6 0 0 S J.U.- ON BRAND NEW te Z U fords . n ?1 m MERCURYS l SI UlK Bartels. Apao. U.H. HUo ReaL Conversicns Alvaro Brartch: Touchciovus JACK DE3IPSEY Any person interested la ftt tin; full facts. about October In this week's other major THinnis will h rat Pili. M - ' , ...... v.j . . ..a wa fornia. Washington at Minne-isota, Georgia Tech at Florida, Michigan State at Indiana, Mis- 'Bob Morine and Pat Shue. Kahana Winner With 62 players competin j in four flights, Bobby Kahana souri at Michigan. Boston U. at icaptured the second annual Penn State, Pittsburgh at Syra- P.O. Box ItlZ. Honolulu, Hawaii, Dept OC-1S. or Phone 742S1. There's no obligation whatsoever for this information. opportunity can addres3 a card or ,r K" , iC Ui -t5U2- oic i acu- iPttrr tn iiiwiiUn R,nti. teraay over the Kahuku course, nessee. Tulane at Texas, Baylor the. DeVrr Technical Other flight winners: Vaugairat Kansas, and Kansas state at Kim, 86-16 70; Herbert ShiroIowa. ma, 87-2265; and Wilfred! Last week end's games Itagaki, 93-30 63. , jproved once again that a new( DR. NAOKI SAKATA announces the opening of his dental office at 4 IS N. KING STREET (formerly occupied by Dr. B. Uesato) Hours by Appointment ' Phone: 5-6637 During our Sensational Clean-up Sale every last '55 model will be disposed of regardless of profit! All prices slashed on our few. remaining units. First come "first served on these great values. Come in and see the Great 4: IX 2C '55 LINCOLN. 2 Locations castner garage, ltd. 9 - WAHIAWA Shopping Wih. 781 PIASt CITY in th Kemoo Dljtrkt. Phone or Hon. 273273. on Kamehameha. Hw'y. Phone or 46-5691. 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