Corvallis Gazette-Times from Corvallis, Oregon on June 4, 1954 · 14
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Rprta t:la-Darle Day -4:Je-Iaale :fx-Nwa-Wa Wkt t:M-Daaev4im l:4VFInal Ed 10:t-Alter Bean R::t-8enate Rcpert S:-ltaly Lettara :-Newa 1 t:IVIIaly Maala 7:IMpern l:l-Nee.Wenta. t:44Daaee Jackson or Vsldss Will 6:1 Shot lleayyiyeighi Crown By OSCAR mALEY United Pretf Sporti Writer NEW YORK (UP)-If you Care to loofc beyond the nearing heavyweight title bout between Rocky Marclano and Ezzard Charlei you will notice today that Rocky' next rival In . event of victory will be either Tommy (Hurricane) Jack son or Nino (not so little) Valdes This became as clear as the old mill stream when these two belting behemoths were signed for a July 21 elimination which will Just give the survivor time to prep for a Marclano engagement. All of which is predicated, of course, on the Rock upholding his 3 to 1 favor itism against Charles on June n. It may be" said right now that neither of the potential challengers figures to perform 1 the feat if Ezzard is unable but the price Is right ..... . . . . . v.- And botii Jackson and Valdes are big enough to be built up into a threat, if only on paper. Jackson, the quickest arrival since 1 iree-loadlng was invented, stands 6 feet, 2 inches and weighs 191 pounds. Valdes, the only Cuban known who can be seen while standing in the middle of a field of sugar cane, is 6 feet, 3 inches and scales 210 pounds. Nino, or "Little One," taDDed thusly by a fond if slightly nearsighted mother, figures to take the best shot at Marclano. He long has been the heavyweight cham pion of Cuba, and not only because it is a country which specialized in flyweights and Jockeys. On his current invasion in search of dollars to convert into pesos, Valdes has won eight in a row. ' These eight may not have been crowding the portals to boxing's hall of fame, but some of them were serious and formidable opponents. He was treated rather suspiciously at first, but Nino has proved he can hit with the best of them and take it, too. He will have to egainst Jackson, 22-year-old perpetual motion machine who has confused the boxing world by doing everything wrong but right. Jackson, the only known gladiator with a double up-percut, usually loses those he is supposed to win and wins those be is supposed to lose. He came into prominence by knocking out Rex Layne, not too spectacular a performance considering that everybody was doing the same. But he added to his prestige by winning from Clarence Henry and they offered him to Dan Bucceroni. ; . The Philadelphia butcher boy was waiting for a promised $100,000 shot at Marciano. He decided to pick up $10,000 during the inter-: ude and Jackson, a 4 to l under dog, stopped him in six heats. Jackson then went against Jimmy Slade, a cutie, and the "Hurricane" was a baffled zephyr as he lost the decision. It didn t stop him, however, as he bounced back to knock out tough Charley Norkus in five rounds. VosSern Open Moves Inf o 2nd Day of Ciiilifying Play CINCINNATI (UP)-The field of 136 pros and amateurs, led by Dave Douglas of Grossinger, N.Y., play the second 18-hole round in on the second half to give him- the pace-setting three-under-par 68. One stroke behind were Pete Fleming of St. Andrews, 111.: Jack Burke of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., and Robert Duden of Portland, Ore. The low amateur was Allen Jos-lin of Cincinnati, who carded a one-under-par 70. He tied Walter Burkemo, National Open champion from Detroit; Smiley Quick of Los Angeles: Art Wall Jr.. of Po- the $15,000 Western Open golficono Manor, Pa.; Bob Rosburg of tournament today with the hope of; San Francisco: Leo Biagetti of r 3 r ' A t u aV , WHO'S ON SECOND ?--Second base gets a little crowded in third inning of Braves-Dodger game at Milwaukee. Junior Gilliam, Dodger second baseman hit to Bob Buhl, Braves pitcher. BiHy Cox, on second, took off for third but was trapped by BuhL Cox went back to second to find it occupied by Gilliam. Umpire Jackowski calls Cox out at Umpire Lee Batlanfant come over from first Roy Smalley (30), shortstop, is at left Ed Mathews (3) watches Jackowski.' Pointing at right is Danny O'ConneH. Brooklyn won, 2-0. . ' ' ' Beaver Bosses to Go on Talent Search PORTLAND (UP) ."We're not going to sit back and stay in the cellar." Those were the words today of Bill Garbarino, general manager of the Portland Beavers, who returned late yesterday from a two day visit to Vancouver, B.C. where he talked to Beaver Owner George Morgan. "Norgan is greatly concerned about the club," Garbarino said. We all thought we had a better team than current standings indicate." ', Garbarino said that he and Bea ver vice president Andy. Cook would head east after next week's Seattle series in search of player help. 162 Golfers lo Play In National Open NEW YORK (UP)-A field of 162 golfers,, composed of 129 sectional qualifiers and 33 exempt players, will compete in the National Open tournament at Springfield, N.J., June 17-19, the U.S. Golf Association announced today. Qualifying rounds will be held at 32 locations next Monday, One out of every 15 competitors in sectional qualifying rounds will qualify for the championship proper at the iJaltusrol Golf Club. A total of 1,937 entries, including exempt players, was accepted, making the highest total ever. The previous high was 1,638 entries in 1952. Sixty-five, additional 1954 entries were declined, mostly because they arrived late at association headquarters. ' Ben Hogan, the defending titlist. who will seek to become the first five-timff winner in history, heads the1' list of 33 exempt players.' .The other former champions who do not need to qualify are Billy Burke, Julius Boros, Charles Evans Jr., Johnny Farrell, Lawson Little, Lloyd Mangrum, Tony Manero, Cary Middlecoff, Byron Nelson, Sam Parks, Gene Sarazen, Craig Wood and Lew Wofsham, Evans is the only amateur fat the group. The best 20 scores and ties' for 20th in the 1953 open event also are exempt Drill Teams to March In June Rose Parade The combined forces of the Ore-gen State air force and army ROTC drill teams will march in the Portland Rose Festival parade June; 12. Members of the AFROTC team are Daryl Altaian, Robert E. Brown, Ron Culver, James David-Soti, Ray Could, Fred Heitzhausen, Richard Holliday, Carl Holmquist, Everett Jones, Jack Moon, Dana Santas Goes Record Hunting at Cornp!on COMPTON, Calif. (UP) - Wei Saatee. the United States' best miler, was set to go record hunting again tonight before a packed sia- dium of B.s'w lans. But the only two marks the con- rVtanr tCancac hart to shoot for Were bis own week-old American record nf d oi a and. of course. Rocar Bannister's tantalizing 3:59.4. All the elements appeared ngru fnr Rnnt tn either eaual or better the British pre-med student's "impossible" clocking. The Compton track is one of the world's fastest. Two good milers have agrwd to set a red-hot early pace. And fweden's fireman Ingvar Ericsson was on hand to supply some serious competition. Kantpp srf an American record of 4:02.4 last year at Complon, when he finished witn a lernuc half-mile kick of 1:56.9. This year T?ne Rnnhnm nf Whittier and Marty Montgomery of the University of Southern California hate planned to sprint the first three laps in three minutes flat Recirlpc Santw. the invitational has scheduled one of the finest 440- yard dash fields of the season with SC's Jim Lea, W. J. Mashburn and George Rhoden, the Olympic champion competing. In the fakl events. I'arpy O'Brien; who followed Buji'iisUT'e, mile record with the first ttwt put over GO feet, and ttsrus Uirr Fortune Gorciien w?r both run-sidered up to breaking tfieir wa world marks. The country's two flnet two. milers. Horace AshentViu-r a n A Fred Wilt, were scheduled to cwv tinue their distance dtu'l, and la th 830, Mai Wnitfit-ld t cr-terrd against a strong field of cvllrfram. y HntArrt YOU BUY Auto Insurance . COMPARE All-Stare's Rotes , . , Before you spend another dollar on auto insurance, get all the facts about All-state. WILLIAM H. REEDY 2E0 E. Bridjajwir Phono 3-$43l Quotations without obligation Avila Could Be Prexy a if ul iif inn ! NEW YORK (UP) You may be looking at the new president of Mexico every time you watch' Bobby Avila of Cleveland rap out! a base hit . - -I Avila, Cleveland's Mexican-born j second baseman, is leading both leagues today with a lofty .392 per-! centage.' . ' . ' : - A mere eight points, he says, will ! put him. in the running for the highest honor his native land can bestow. . - - - "If I ever hit .400," grins the swarthy , Indian second . sacker, "I'd be able to run for president of Mexicot" : 1 There is some question as to whether the 27-year-old, . curly-haired Avila ever would be elected, but there is no question that he is one of the chief reasons - that Cleveland was atop Qie American League standings today. BUILDING MATERIALS Nothing Down Up lo 36 'Months To Pay On Approved Credit For Your Remodeling, Additions, and e , Your Building Needs SEE US FIRST CORVALLIS LUMBER CO. Ph. 3-5713 RETAIL DEPT. 625 S. 3rd Murton, Richard Reiley; James Silva, Duane Spriggs, fruce ?um-walt, and Gus Supe. " - The ROTC team is composed of George Barr, Stuart Beals, James Christianson, Donald Davis, ' Lyle Defrees, Arthur Keith, and Clyde Sedgwick. A total of 55,700,000 turkeys were raised in the United States in 1953. PRES-lnaOGS- ,,; v " The Clean Fuel For Furnace - Fireplace - Heating Stoves - Available ot Fivt Convenient1 Location! MODERN FREEZE Walfi RICHFIELD STATIC N. Ninth St. 3rd & Monroe BEN'S FOOD MARKET STANDARD ST ATI CM Philomath Road Kings Rd. ot Mr M SMITH SERVICE STATION Philomath CHRISTENSON FUEL CO. Phone 3-7393 being in the low 60 to finish the four-day event The Gnwsimger pro who won the Houston, TeX., Open three months Sandusky, Ohio, and Roberto De Vlcenzo of Argentina. The first day's intermittent rain and high winds hampered defend- Pally Berg Holds Eight Stroke Lead HOT SPRINGS, Va. (UP)- Tourney veteran Patty Berg of Minneapolis. Minn., held an 8- point lead today as the second an nual Triangle Round Robin golf tournament entered the second round. In second place in the $7,500 tournament, where medal scores are matched against players in the same foursome, were former open; champion Louise Suggs of Atlanta, Ga., and British amateur . champion Marlene Stewart of Fonthill, Ont, each with 13 points. Mrs. Jackie Fung, former ama teur champion from Hawaii, and Betty McKinnon of Texas, Miss., were tied at 9 points. Mrs. Babe Zaharlas, the tourney choice, was down the list at 3 points. ego one-putted eight greens andiing champion E. J. (Dutch) Harri diiwq wree on tne oac nine son. ne carded an eight-over-par Thursday for a three-under-par 33! .hi(.h .., him haIfwav hftrV in the field. The low 60 at the end of today's i 18 holes will go on for another two days, with the medal winner tak ing $2,400. So smooth it leaves you breathless asBaaw.,. ... prWei lyoyiniiiiou qtaiest name t qrtatest name " -VODKA . Irtpraaf MadrrrocnllK)?! train neutral pirl. &w. tmn imu not i la, int.. Her Hon). Conn- The Sfandinas MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS By . UNITED PRESS American League W. L. Pet GB Cleveland - 29 14 MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE Player ft Club G. ABR. II. Pet. Jablonski. St. L 45 190 27 72 .379 Musial, St. L. 45 175 46 66 .377 Mueller, N. Y. 42 164 31 60 .366 AMERICAN LEAGUE Aim la fin.? At I'm f Al vine u iu ew VI ,oj;v . t rj a. Rosen, Clcve , 43 156 30 55 .353 '": Tuttle. Detroit 41 138 20 43 .346 Home Runs: Mays, Giants 16; Sauer, Cubs 16; Musial. Cards 15. Runs Batted In: Musial, Cards 55; Rosen. Indians 49; Jablonski, Cardinals 46; Mlnoso, White Sox 46. Runs: Musinl, Cardinals 46; Moon, Cardinals 44; Ashburn, Phillies 43, Hits: Jablonski, Cardinals 72; Avila, Indians 67; Musial, Cardinals 66. , Iltching: Raschl. Cardinals 5-0, Stone, Senators 30; Branca, Ti gers 3-0; Morgan, Yankees 3-0 674 ... ... 29 16 .644 I ... 27 18 .600 3 ... 21 19 .525 6Mi ....19 24 .442 10 ....14 23 .378 12 ... 16 28 .364 13'A ....15 28 .349 14 . .. Thursday's Results New York 2 Cleveland 1 Chicago 9 Boston 6 Philadelphia 6 Baltimore 2, night Washington 4 Detroit 3. night ... Friday' Probable Pitcher Cleveland (Wynn 6-2) at New Chicago New York Detroit Washington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore Chicago (Keegan 7-1) at Boston (Nixon 3-3). Detroit (Hoeft 1-4) at Washing ton (Porterfield 6-3). Baltimore (Chakalcs 2-0 or Bly- za 0-0) at Philadelphia (Trice 5-3). Saturday Games Chicago at Washington, night Cleveland at Philadelphia Baltimore at New York. Detroit at Boston, night' Nauoaal League Brooklyn ... Milwaukee . New York . Philadelphia Pet .5S1 .561 ,558 .548 3 .488 .476 GB 1 1 3 4 4 .238 13 W. L. .....25 18 :....23 18 24 19 ... 23 19 St. Louis .. 23 22 Cincinnati 21 22 Chicago 20 22 Pittsburgh 14 33 . .. 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