The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 26, 1939 · Page 10
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON. MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1939. Is Still Light-Heavy Champ beat his ears off, completely disregarding the desperate left- Nelson Knudsen Sinclair . . . 165 iVogel 204 Associated Press Writer Gives Winner Eight Out of 15 Rounds (By GAYLE TALBOT) PITTSBURGH, Sept. 26, —Billy Conn of this town hand~clouts that Bettina threw, j Hawley 200 At the finish Melio sported cuts j 'Crawford ...157 around 'both eyes while Conn i Hall 172 had a gash on one eyebrow. Conn, anxious to impress with his punching prowess, made a better fight 9f it than in their first meeting in Julj Service (2) 205 177—547 175 176—551 1G4 174—495 193 180—545 160 150—514 898 897 857 2652 He didn't skip around so much and use his flicking left, but stepped in and slugged when he had his openings. After the first six rounds, he looked like the fine fighter he is. Up to that time Bettina had still given him a beating in Slaggert Rotary ....145 Vestling ____ 129 Pell ........ 160 Rohn ....... 167 Atkinson ....205 (3) 175 156 136 192 118 Pittsburgh 87 Boston 60 Philadelphia 4-4 Monday's Results Np\v York 6, Boston 5. (Only name scheduled.) <;i\i»H-s Tortivy St. Louis nt Clnrlnmui f~). Boston nt Philadelphia. Brooklyn nt Nrw York. ChtciiRO nt Pittsburgh. 81 84 101 ,417 ,:u>a open > Hu'l \\ivVr (hnu 139—459 194_479 123—419 134—493 172—495 St. Louis Must Win All Four in Present Now-or-Never Series close. is light-heavyweight champion j But then Melio 'began to tire of the world, victor over Melio | slightly, just as he did in July. Bettina of Beacon, N. Y., in a | His lefts began to lose their savage 15-rounder last night atj s team, and from there on Conn Forbes field. won even' round except the Billy, however, still does not j nth and 13th. Bettina was ter- look ready to fool with • the el- i ri'bly tired at the end. ders of the tribe, the heavy- 1 weights. Though the decision of,- — the two judges and referee last " night was unanimous, The Associated Press score sheet gave him the victory by the narrow margin of 8 rounds to 7. Game as a fighting cock, the handsome young Pittsburgher cameiback after losing five of the first six chapters to whale the ex-champion all over the •ring in the latter stages. In the closing round, which probably decided the issue, Billy gave his swarthy, dumpy opponent a 806 777 762 2345 Willoughby (0) Hawley 164 162 138—464 Cooper 134 127 135—396 LaRue 143 113 124—380 Prehn 133 128 154—415 Johnston ... 136 162 142—440 710 692 693 2095 Recreation (2) BOWLING Ludington Rotary club, bowling in the open matches of the Industrial league, jumped into first place in the standings by taking three straight games from Willoughby's while the best that winners of the other two matches could do, was take two out of three from their opponents. Nelson's Service, led by Hawley with 551, high score for the j evening, piled up the largest j number of total pins but still was able to win but two out of three from Weyenberg. In third game Weyenberg's 929 pins, high team game Reed 136 168 Hallet 153 155 [Weir 163 152 'Harvey 140 153 Wright 161' 161 155—459 143—451 148—463 174-_4G7 169—491 753 789 789 2331 (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) The road that is paved with ; good intentions is no more; heavily trafficked today than the road that leads to Cincinnati's Crosley field. ' For at the end of that concrete rainbow is the handsomest pot of gold ftiiy basnball fan ' could ask. And on the result of today's doubleheader may depend the hopes for a National : league championship of the radiant Reds or the courageous : Cardinals of St. Louis. A pplit in the four-game series — which would parallel the season's record to date of gherville to open Monday, the New York Giants made good i use of the day by beating the Boston Bees, 6-5, and the Chicago White Sox claimed a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Browns in the only two games played. The Giants put on a three- run spurt in the last half of the ninth to regain a lead they lost in the first half of the inning when the Bees' catcher Al Lopez homered with two mates aboard. The Sox were favored with a nine-hit pitching performance by the veteran Ted Lyons, who chalked up his 14th victory of the season. Bachman Orders EAST LANSING, Sept. 26. (/nj —Coarh Charley Baohnuvn ordered more scrimmnsc for Michigan State rolU'Ro's foot-! ball squad today aftor i\ virtual, day of rest that followed the, season's first "dress rcho;u\<al."l a full-length practice game on ! Saturday.' ; Bachman. who began the sea-i son's drills with the accent on ; the ninniiv; game. planned to shift the emphasis to aerial at-, tack and defense. He expressed ; lho hope Unit \\w move work would ttiprM 1 off I hi di'iu'o or tu.lufhvt that plutuuH) his won unit U>im uriiiiy's opouov with \Vii.vnr| UnlvoivUty hoio. Mlko Klnok, votcvrtn oiul, VP-! tiinuti to untfonn Mondny but purt In thr ilrllK iMaohos suldj hr would bo i\h,MM\( fvoiu Ihoj llnoup !Vv I ho \Vnvno till, lull.i "with lurk" wo\ild hr rondy Uu'| tho UntviTMiy ot MU'"hl|>u ilium* nt Ann Arbor noxl work. Vot-h, (hew, (0), MAfM-liMoN, I'll. Jiipk Munley, 164, "Id l'"iu", I'll,, lre.hnli:nlly knocked out hiny I'lpcn. I(W, NorrlHlown, Pn., (10). Nl'i,\V IIBDI'OIID, MUSH.—Salvntoro loin 1'iilJ. Mimliin. outpointed Ginger nttlnnd, (10). ivliifn. •••Uiiiy Hngen, 150, nun., outpointed Dnnny tlolyokn. (8). I'10. H. I. -Tony Costa, nii-il Jimmy Ullllijan, 120, ian, t r> N - iiu 'nii ; ; ASHOCIATKO IMIESS) BOXING SOI ANTON. Vn HuftHry Olynn. U\0, In lulu',, illut MlcKrv Mi'Auiy. 'Ji'.l. Ni-xv il lii. I xvii nl l.liri'i- Tails. IS; Tho ohloRl rocks whose age hus hron definitely determined uro In Wnutli Dakota and Manitoba 1.700 million years old. Hanscn & Peterson (1) i the first and second place clubs HC 1 F 7Q1 r 7~Tf?nrrrirt! .,, . , ., , ,. Evans ...... 178 Schoenbergeij 119 Dittmer ..... 180 Grain ....... 200 Peterson ____ 108 175 149 137 188 132 169—523 j —will not be good enough for 121—1389 161—478 131—519 116—35G took two ifurious ibeating. Lacked Punch But Billy didn't display that heavyweight punch he's been trying to acquire -by swigging a quart of grade A milk at every meal. A score of times he tagged j ^ e Bettina right on the whiskers' n jt with his right, .but Melio never, for {he First' night, looked like going down. j Recrea tion team be G>us Lesnevich, another' /,?I^ li^ht-heavy, in November. Be- i n ]f, np j, n fore last night Promoter Mike j ft"^ Jacobs had entertained a faint T . . . , .. „ f . . notion of having Billy rest up .High single game of the fust completely for about six months | flight* play, 205, was rolled by on Mike's New Jersey estate and ! Knudsen see if he couldn't take on 10 or I 15 pounds. j Befctina might as well forget' all about trying to win that ti- i 785 781 698 2265 (By BOXING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) tn £ night because close to as he ever of Nelson's Service. Vogel of the same team was close behind with 204. pther high single game scores were 202 by H. Benson of Weyen------- of Ne i_ will. In his slightly awtoward southpaw way, he carried the fight to Conn practically every minute. He foughr courageously and hard as he knew how. 'Beat Ears Off But when the pay-off came in the last two rounds he didn't quite have a champion's class. Conn stepped around him and Nelson's compiled the largest number of pins over the three game route, spilling 2,652. Weyenberg: (1) G. Hillman.. 141 169 195—505 161 185 182—528 202 154 186—542 162 144 169—475 181 169 197—547 171',. . - , - ----cj--~ ~......i^i^ii, in Pittsburgh, outpointed Melio Bittinn 1741 Beacon. N. Y.. 115i CHICAGO-Mm Aron. 148. Chicago knockpcl out Brescia Cl.-trcla. HG. Dallns! GALVESTON. Tf-x.—Johnnv Stevens 133. Cincinnati, stopped ciiato Gon::ales 135. Corpus Chnsti T.'X i'), NEW ORLEANS—Er\ in B.'rlip 13G Niw Orleans, outpoint^ Kill Coopvr' HO. Phoenix. (51. NEW YORK-Joey Font.'.nn. 13r> Brooklyn, outpointed Bobby "Pnison" Ivy, i:>»i;,. Hartford. Conn., ('aI BALTIMORE-Bill Boyd 18G Baltimore, knocked out Joe' Wa:;nor 13] Newark. N. J., (7) , NEW ORLEANS—Jimmy Pcrrln. 126^. ; New Orleans, outpointed Frankie iKidi Covelli, 127' 4 . Brooklyn, in). : ATJGflSTA. Ga.—Ben Brown. ICO A*- lanta. knocked out Frankie Allen. 15C. : New Orleans. (4i ' NEWARK. N. 'j.-Maxie Fisher. 133' ,. Ntwark, outpointed Lou Fortnnn 13;} i Philadelphia. (10) TRENTON. N. J.—Tommy Spiegel. 13. r ) ; Uniontown. Pa., oxitpointed Billv Mim= i 13S. Philadelphia, (8). the Cardinals. They must win all four, and even then the Reds can slig into the World series. A pair of victories now would give | Cincinnati its first pennant .in' i 20 years. | When Bucky Walters, he of i the 27-game victory record, and ; Curt Davis, iron man of the : ' Cardinal staff, lumber to the ' I mound in today's first game, ' j the series that will dwarf the ; | World series will be a reality ! and not a schedule maker's fan! tasy. i The Reds, three and a half ; games to the good, playing at : home and with Walters on the ; mound, are favored to win the '. first game. One betting commissioner has the odd.s 5 to 8 on ! Cincinnati and 7 to 5 against the Cardinals, although with , any other pitcher working for i the Red.s. the price is 5 to G and i take your choice. ! So far this season, each team ', has won seven games from the other, both boa.st current victor- strings of seven games, and the Reds have registered 1C victories out of their last 20 starts. while the Cards have captured AMEIMCAN I.KACUK W. t,. New York 101 43 Boston Si CO Chicago 84 C5 Cleveland 82 f.ti Uflrolt 77 70 \\ushingtuJi ti:l 85 1'hilaclflplila :.:i 95 fc't. Louis 41 KI7 Monday's Kesults Chicago 4. St. 1-ouih 3. (Only Bailie -schecluh-d. i Cianifs Tuday Detroit at St. Louis <:>)'. New York at boston iLM. Philadelphia at Washington. Cleveland at Chicago. 703 .5!H ..V-M Cincinnati yi. Louis . lsrool:!yn . Chicago .. Nt\v York NATIONAL LEAfil'E W. Pet ."a so . 73 TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:0(1 Weather Fi»rec»e»l 55 I Lower Michigan: ("onsiiliTablp rloudinpss uuiiglit anil \Vi-iliH";- riav: probably occasional r;tin in I'Xtrrmr MMith portion. [ro>t in north portiun tonight. Sonir- ivh.it HurmtT Wednesday. INSULATE- If your home is hard to heat and you want to save money and live more comfortable. INSULATE — let us tell you about it. THK UiHINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct 'fln;« Phone 99 100% UNION MADE The CHAMPAGNE of Bottle Beer America's finest slow mellowed beer since 1835— for flavor—for quality. 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