The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1956 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1966 fcLTTHBTOLl! (ARK.) COURIER WEWi PAGBNIN1 DOUBLE EXPOSURE Traffic Heavy as Fight Managers Blow Guild By JACK HAND NEW YORK (AP) — The rush of boxing managers to desert the Boxing Guild of New York continued today as Julius Helfand, chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, set a Jan. 19 hearing on charges against the Monday night televised fights from St. Helfand's office announced last! broken guild and many more had cedure ol resigning. Another batch nizht that 29 members had left the called to ask about the proper pro- pf resignations was expected in 8 : today's mail. Hie specific , charges against matchmaker Tex Sullivan, Treasurer Willie Gilzenberg and the London Sporting Club, which promotes at St. Nick's, was expected o be the "convjncer" for managers who can't make up their mind. Sullivan and Gilzenberg were hit with eight charges and the London Sporting Club with seven. The two No Danger of Friday the 13th Being Black Friday for Dons By ED WILKS The Associated Preu The all-conquering San Francisco Dons, who in little more than a year have bounded out of obscurity to become the top team in major college basketball, shoot for a record-equaling 39th consecutive victory tonight — Friday the 13th. The Dons play Fresno State. Andip'ack away No. 39 as expected to- Duke snapped Its winning; streak ft doosn't fimire to be a Black night, they'll have a two-week at 23 games last weekend, had to Friday for Sach Phil Woolpert's | layoff before trylng_ for ~« '" ""»"' • """'"•* powerhouse. Now with 12-0 season record and 38 straight over-all, the Dons are on-the threshold of tying the all-time major college mark set by Long Island University in 1935-37 and matched by Seton Hall in 193941. If the Dons, paced by All America BUI Russell ana Casey Jones, record I in" their next game Jan. 28 against California. While the Dons were idle last night, North Carolina State, third ranked in the nation, regained some lost prestige by beating Maryland 73-64. The Wolfpack', which dropped from second to third in The Associated Press poll when Ben May Be Man To Lick By PETE ELDRED PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) — It looks as if bantam Ben Hogan may be the man to beat in Bing Crosby's National Pro-Amateur Tournament, despite his smiling insistence that he is strictly-for-fun golfer these days. The Texas master says there will be no more grim battling for sub-par scores, but his surprising practice rounds here, casual a? they appear, are causing spectators to wonder. His 5-under-par 67 yesterday and the even fancier 65 he shot the day before have moved him right up alongside Lloyd Mangrum, winner of the Los Angeles Open, and.Dr Cary Mlddlecoff as favorites. Middlecoff won the pro event here last year. Ben was smiling happily as he finished his round with Crosby at dusk yesterday. And sun-tanned Bing, not bothered in the least by his pedestrian 82, was actually whistling as Hogan ran down the final nine-foot putt. Fans Perplexed Spectators can't. quite figure what goes with Hogan. They concede he isn't deliberately hiding in the weeds, for he made little or no preparations for the competition starting today. And he certainly hasn't tried to pull his punches. His shots have been true and his putts have been dropping, which observers say may be a tipoff on the "new Hogan,' who Is obviously playing a very relaxed game. Actually, he.appears to be in f»r tetter shape physically than when he put out everything he had last year In the National Open at Lakeside, San Francisco, and still found it wasn't enough to beat Jack Fleck, the Des Moines Hash, he Is 15 pound* heavier, -\ Starting this morning, 284 golfers tee off In the 115,000 pro-amateur. Over two courses—CyprtM Point and Monterey. Peninsula Country Club. Saturday they will change courses »nd Mondny, (or the finite. the top 00 pro-amateur teams will fight it out for cish »nd glory. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Syracuse N, St. Loul« 71 Philadelphia 1», Rochester M in her first nine league games Ann Ktrrtr of Philadelphia bowled an average of HI. get.a move on to outlast a closing surge by the Terps. Kentucky, flftfi ranked, had breeze swatting Tulane 85-63. Furi.ian, however, had to scam per to beat Davidson 72-70 ,in Southern Conference game, and Houston dumped Tulsa 69-60 in a Mlssour Valley Conference contest Olympic Flask Dillard 'Comes /Tfome' for Run BOSTON (AP) — Harrison (Bones) Dillard, with an eye toward a third Olympic appearance, comes "home" tomorrow night as the 30th Knights of Columbus Games launches the indoor banked-board track season at Boston Garden. ' Dillard. Sullivan Sward winner as the outstanding amateur athlete of. 1955, has swept through 17 indoor meets in Boston without a defeat In the 45-yard high hurdles. Including heats, he's won 51 sep- College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rhode Island 81, New Hampshire 13 . ' Kentucky 85, Tulane 63 N. C. State 13, Maryland 64 Arkansas State 83, Union (Term) >9 Houston 69, Tulsa .60 William Jewell 62, St. Benedicts (Kan) 54 Calvin 86, Hope 55 New Mexico 13, Montana 50 Western New Mexico 54, Panhandle (Okla) A&M 53 Utah 83, Denver 11 Santa Clara 53, St. Marys (Calif) Fights Lost Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Los Angeles — Tombstone Smith 141%, Los Angeles,' stopped Gian- cario Garbelli, 145V4, Milan, Italy, 7.- Boston — Ray Phillips, 189, Boston, stopper'. Jimmy Walls, 190%, Englewood, N. J. 5. . , New York (Sunnyside Garden) —Mickey McQrath, 162'A, Greenwich, Conn. Outpointed Phil Rlzzo, 158!4, Brooklyn, 8. CoHege Gridder Earns His Money MORGANTOWN, W.- Va. W Bruce Bosley, West Virginia University's All-Southern Conference tackle, spends his spare .time Installing television antennas for spending money. The 220-pound | ace was named the conference football player of the year for his performance the past season. arate races locally. He tied the Olympic record for the 100-meter spring (:10.3) in 1948 and the 110-meter hurdles <:13.1) in 1952. Two other Olympic record men, Horace Ashenfelter in the two-mile and the Rev. Bob Richards in the pole vault, are overwhelming vorites in their specialties. However, three of the vaulting parson's competitors have hit 15 feet or been very close. Don Bragg of Villanova did 15-1 for the Intercollegiate championship outdoors. t>on Laz, ex-Illinois, and Jerry Welbourn, ex-Ohio State, are familiar foes to Richards. With the wlthdrawl of Wes Santee yesterday from the mile run because his Injured leg still bothered him, the race shapes up as. a tighl struggle. Lt. Len' Truex and Joe LaPierre are veteran campaigners. Notre Dame's BUI Squires and Tufts' John Fawcett are newcomers. However, the chief contenders may well be Ireland's Ron Delaney a student at Villanova, and Joe Deady, former Georgetown ace who shifted from the 1,000-yard event to the mile to complete the field when Santee dropped out Deady set the world's indoor three quarter mile mark a week ago in New York at 3:01.2. Read Courier News Classified Ads men were ordered to appear Thursday to show cause why their licenses and the club's license shouldn't be revoked. Helfand charged Sullivan and Gilzenberg with "consorting with persons convicted of crime, bookmakers, gamblers and persons ol similar pursuits" in violation ol state law. Last week at a press conference he accused the St Nick's promoters of associating with men with criminal records in attempting to move their opera- lions to Baltimore, effective Jan 23. The two men also were charged with trying to move to Baltimore as a "subterfuge" to enable guild members to "circumvent and sabotage" the commission in its rule forbidding membership in the guild after Jan. 16. In : effect, the mer were charged with conspiring to work with the guild to knock oul boxing In New York and move il out of the jurisdiction of the commission. Maryland O.K.'g Move While Helfand was in Florida on vacation, the St. Nick's promoters received permission from the Maryland commission to move t Baltimore, saying they couldn' make matches in New York after the Jan. 16 deadline. Maryland Gov Theodore McKeldln reverse! the commission last Friday. "We feel sure we've done noth ing wrong," said Sullivan,, whc also spoke for Gilzenberg. "There 1 nothing in the charges we're afrai to answer. We'll be glad to appear and give the public our side of thi story " Helfand said he would continu' to approve matches for St. Nick's provided the managers involve have resigned from the guild, unt a final decision is made. FOR PRO OF YEAR — Owner-coach George HalM of Hw CM- cago Bears, left, and Commissioner Bert Bell, right, admlnttw cago , , , first Jim Thorpe Memorial Trophy, being shown the Football League officials by Sports Editor Harry Grayson. The Trophy will be presented to Harlon Hill between halves of th« Pro Bowl Game at the Los Angeles' Coliseum, Jan. 15, the P U J"J having elected the Bears' end pro player of the year to * FOB conducted by NBA Service. It's the highest honor In the fUM. FARM LOANS Six Star Feature L No brekerake fees li pay >. No stock to pvchase 3, An opportunity to establish credit with a large Insurance Co. that it and haa been for manj years a permanent lender in this territory. Lont 'ta« **" rate. We pay th« apptatal m* attorney feet. 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