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High-Scoring Rams Bump Into Browns BY FRANK FIXCH If Cleveland's huge defensive line, which averages less than a pound under 250, and its smart array of pass patrolmen can put the brakes on the Rams Friday night, it'll be a novel and somewhat disturbing experience for Hamp Pool's powerhouse. In 12 quarters of football so far this season, the local pros scored in every period except the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Redskin game. Against Ft. Ord, the New York Giants and Washington, the Rams piled up 27 points in the opening act, 26 in the second, 28 in the third and 10 in the fourth. Meanwhile, the Ram defense shut out the enemy in the second and third quarters, only Ollie Matson of Ft. Ord managed to score in the first quarter, and all three opposing teams got a consolation touchdown in the finale. Point Parade Here's the total score by quarters: 27 26 28 10 91 i Los Angeles Opposition . 6 0 0 2127 In all three of those games Pool became compassionate, employing rookies liberally once the issue was decided. Otherwise, the scoring aggregates would have been much more lopsided. Paul Brown's giant defensive ends, Doug Atkins and Len Ford, each modestly listed at 250 pounds; Tackles John Kissel (238) and Don Colo (260) and Middle Guard Mike McCor-mack (218) will be busy little bees when they take on this point-producing buzz saw. Ram Sharpshooters If they can't halt the thrusts of Dan fowler and Tank Younger, it'll be up to Linebackers Tom Catlin (210) and Walt Michaels (225) to plug the holes. And Cleveland's crack secondary of Warren Lahr, Tommy James, Ken Gorgal and Ken Konz will have the task Patton, Ward Top Threats in Amateur DETROIT, Aug. 22 VP) Amateur golfers from three nations open play tomorrow in the 54th United States Championship with attention riveted on a pair of contrasting North Carolinians a gregarious lum berman and a mild-mannered automobile salesman who has gone west. The lumberman is Billy Joe Patton of Morganton, N.C., 32 the sport's brightest new personality, runner-up to Sam Snead and Ben Hogan in thejthe San Diego mastery of the Masters Tournament this spring and sixth in the National Open after leading the first round. The automobile salesman is blond, good-looking Harvie Ward Jr., 28, a native of Tar-boro, N.C., now in business in San Francisco, 1952 British amateur champion and winner of the Canadian title Saturday. They rank as leading favorites in the week-long, all-match play event over the lush acres of the swank country -club of Detroit. Joe Leonard Snares Motorcycle Triumph SPRINGFIELD, 111., Aug.22 VP) Joe Leonard of San Jose, Cal., today won the 25-mile American Motor Association Motorcycle Race, a feature of the Illinois State Fair, in 17:23.72. The amateur 10-mile motorcycle event was won by Brad Andres of San Diego, Cal., in 7:10.86. Braves Win Twice The Los Angeles Braves scored 30-26 and 27-17 Roller Derby 'victories over the San Francisco Bay Bombers yesterday afternoon and evening at the Exposition Park Armory. Pancho Segura Victor Tancho Segura scored a 4-6. G-4, 9-7 victory over Pancho j Gonzales in finals of the Pacific Coast Tro Tennis Tournament! yesterday at Beverly Hills. ARMY 'FAILURE' BAGS NATIONAL MARKSMEN TROPHY CAMP TERRY, 0., Aug. 22 (rT) A soldier who couldn't make the first team of Army Rifle Marksmen today won the National Trophy Individual Match, the championship most coveted by sharpshooters from all the armed forces. The victor, Cpl. Edward F. Grimes of Hagerstown, Md., had 242 points out of a possible 250 In the match sponsored by the Department of the Army. of covering the passes of Dutch Van Brocklin and Bill Wade, whose completion averages to date are 61 and 60, respectively. The Rams long have been feared for their long-gainers. Following is a list of them to date: Longest run from scrimmage Towler, 2 yards (touchdown), vs. New York. Longest pass Van Brocklin ' to Bob Boyd, 52 yards vs. New York. Longest' punt- return-vBoyd, 39 yards vs. Ft. Ord. Lewis Breaks Loose Longest kickoff return W o o d 1 e y Lewis, 95 yards (touchdown) vs. Washington. Longest pass interception re turnJoe Hall, 67 yards (touch down) vs. New York For one g;ime, Towler's rush ing total of 103 yards against the Giants was tops. Van Brock lin passed tor ibh yards on nine completions against the same team and Boyd caught six passes for 143 yards, also against New York. Les Richter is the only Ram who scored in all three games, The rookie is top scorer with 25 points, thanks to- five field goals and 10 PATs. Towler's next with 18 points. Younger is third with 12. Pass the Pigskin It is the custom in pro foot ball for the captain of the win ning team to present the game ball to the most deserving play er. To date Capt. Don Paul has put the porkie in the paws of Spud Murphy (Ft. Ord), Joe Hall (Giants) and Duane Putnam (Redskins) Mr. lounger won it after the Rams walloped the Browns here last August. How about a repeater, Tankeroo? NO-HITTER HURLED IN SOUTHERN LOOP NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 22 (VP) Right Hander Jack Urban of Birmingham pitched a 0-0 no-hitter today against New Orleans to become the first Southern Association hurler to turn the trick this year. . The game was called after seven innings because of light trouble. Urban, a 25-year-old New York Yankee farmhand, struck out two and walked two. PADRES Continued from First Page second of four pitchers, lost situation, going out without retiring a m;in Charley! Schanz, the fourth Solon pitcher, drew the victory, Fit-Hi gme: Sm Dltgo m H O AlSurtmantt ARBOA 3 12 0 5 2 5 4 3 1 1 .1 tKe.loroff.2b 1 3)Klrhfv.o i 1 1 s--hnu.2h 5 4 3 0i-'erniniW,3b 1 10 OiBroTU.rt 5 2 3 0lN.JnnH.lb 4 2 0 0 nilllnirr.il 3 11 2 attthM.rf 5 2 2 1 Strwler.si 10 0 O I-ttrkk.B M.8mllh,3l Hiilor.lf Kuter.lb Rapp.rf H.KIMolt.ef PotonioD.if Kindlork.t Ki&utt.p Pocokav ThomMon.p-L T.Srolth H Klllott Marson.m 4 2 3 0 4 17 0 4 15 0 2 10 0 10 2 2 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 duo UiUlhlM.p 0 0 0 0iR..lnnmi 10 0 lll'lcktrt 0 0 0 OjKlni.o 10 1 2:tAint.(-W 0 0 0 Ojt'omln 2 12 1 2 10 0 110 2 -Attrd.rf 1 0 0 0 0 To)l 38 15 2 13 Tntill 33 1.1 27 12 PncikiT hit 4-rtf4ee flj for Erutt In 4th. B. Elliott (or PetrMn In 6th. .Meruit tin for H. Elliott In 6th. t$ K. .lunM (tlnKlfel for (lltM in 4h. CnrnliB tripled for Strpcler in 7lh. Am 4 run for Bro In 8th. SCOItR 111- NN!S;S Son Dlo4 i Sacramtntr. Iht-hor Kmiilt . . . . Thoinmon , , T. Smith .. l.vnn i I'ttni-lt ... I'.ltblrs .... 100 (01 000 I 101 500 40113 IP AH R 3 1.1 4 03 2 3 0 .1 2 H 4 3', 17 8 H Kit BR SO 4 4 3 1 5 0 1 0 I'H-Urt Shaos 3Jj 10 0 KSn(ii-k. HtrWff. HBP H. Kllioit hy Halilft; tV.Moff by Kt-hen.. LOB fin Hit(EO. 11; Parrtmn(f. 5. 2B Rtpp, King, BroTt. 3B t'otntu. HIV Kirnandi-j, N. Jnn-ii, Kutfr, H. KUlott. M. Jtmtlh. HH Pncvkay (!, T. Smith. Stitlim, ranflfE, Dilhru'T. HK Kftvroff. H. Klllott. Fertun1es, RKI Rrnfla, rnanrts, 2; X. Jones, R, .IrniiM, Hitfhy, Hvhpru. fombs, 3; Kinn, H. Kllloit. 2; Pot--ky, 11. Hmiih. 3; Bw, OP Hmlih t FpH-tniff; Srhi'fii', to June; ( nnitii to Hdirnr. tt i.lnnfW. Winner Srlin M-5t, Irftwr Ttinmn-Ufn (10 Mi. l'mpir Fifrky, IVlkotlilM and ' Ford. Tlrns 2h. 5ftm. i 6n Die AH It O A Sicraminto An li ft A rnioff.2h M. Mmltn..1b NHI'r.lf Ktn,lb Ut-.p .1 II. l;lhottj:f l'(M-kV,0 lftei M'tt,S KorriKHn.p 3 0 10 nilllnior.lf 3 10 1 s.-hen..2n .10 1 0iKfrnnnlet,3b 3 0 7 1 lljovli.rf 2 0 0 0-Atlr.t.if 3 13 0 N. J..n.tb 2 0 5 0 Sttli..rf 2 0 15 Htrortef.rt 2 0 0 1 kins. II. Joattt.p .1 3 ft 0 3 10 6 IO01 2 0 0 0 OHIO : o 2 2 0 7 0 2 0 2 1 2 0 10 2 110 20S 21 Tnlala 2.1 2 IS SI HI-ORB BY Totals INNINHS 000 OOS 00 100 002 s 3 K H KR HK HO 3 5 3 1 5 0 2 0 1 0 Saa Diaqa Saoremtnta ,....... I'll her II' AK Kairltan .... 6 21 II. J.nea .... 7 23 V Inner R. Jones i2-l). Loser Kerrigan 113 101. 1,011 San THeeo 3. Harrametitn 2 2 H, Klllott, 3U Ililllt.iter. 811 I'ertiaivlea (t. Ilrr.ua Hi, KR DHHnier. Hrhens. Kill Urn-via 2, Fernalides, 111' Kapler ta Petetaon t r:ater. Time lit. 1ftm. I'mnltee Velekoudaa, rorrl and Klr-ar Attendants 2674.. Gent Nine Triumphs At H.wtelle: RRt h A Oenls 531 OO flOO ft 12 0 Param nt Redleas inooonono-.l a 4 Tully and Oken; Petlj, Worrell i A and cotiltaa. Pro Exhibitions Baltimore Colts, E7; burgh Steelers, 21. Titts- Hawley Stars Lose nut Hawl All R'ari Oflf) (110 PMV It 4 Paroima Rorals 010 300 32 10 Tranchetella and MlUchi ritrlK and Robert. , TENNIS TEAMWORK Tony Trabert goes high but can't reach ball but Vic Seixas backs up to make recovery as Americans beat Australians in National Doubles. Seals Romp in Nightcap, 1 4-2, Lose Opener OAKLAND, Aug. 22 () Oakland scored a 6-1 victory over San Francisco with the help of two homers by Jim Marshall in the opener of a twin bill today but the Seals came back with a vengance, tagging five Acorn pitchers for 17 hits in winning the seven-ir.ning nightcap, 11-2. "l First game: Sin Frn. ABBO A0aklnd ARITOA j Muin,2b 4 12 3iltnw.sl 3 0 1 0;.lorgrn.ien..11 4 12 0; Mlrshell. th 4 0 11 Oil liiiioisn.el 4 2 2 2 3 3 0 3 4 3 S 0 4 1 .1 0 4 13 0 inn M.rf Taormim.lf 3 0 .1 0' Wli.-ie.tt Bnev.1l, 3 3 2 3 lll .,,l Itmlietii.m 4 0 1 4;em'o,o.2h Tiosiere.c 3 2 2 liNeel.r Tormy.o 10 0 Oi lliuibcuer.p ronco.p-r. 1 0 0 0 Mnnrn.r.o 10 0 2 Zinnia 10 0 0 rhenciler.f 0 0 ft 0 mevn 10 0 0 Totlll 3.1 7 24 13 Tolili Kovoiit filed out for Munorlef In 4 1 1 3 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 33 11 27 7th. flteftnt filed out for Chandler In 8th. SCORE Bt lNNINflS Sun Fnneiae 000 010 000 1 Oakland 302 001 00a Pltrhor IP AB n H KR BH SO Pnn.o 2 13 5 7 5 0 1 Munrrlef .... 4 12 1 2 0 2 0 t'han.ller 2 S 0 2 0 0 0 Bambortrr .... 33 1 7 1 3 2 K Taortnina. Baiee. LOB 8an Frain-isco, : OakUn.l. 5. 2R Tieslera. Itaoiroid. HR Marshall. 2. RBI .Moran. Marshall. 5. HP llhrlitti In Moron to Hake; Joraenten to Samforrt to) !arhall. Winner Rambercer ts-7i. Loier Ponco (13-1-1. I'mplres Wal.ih, Valentl and Hoinmera. Time lh, 35m. Hernnd ganio: S.Francltat AR M O AiOaklantt AR H O A 3 12 1 3 10 2 4 0 7 0 2 0 0 0 Mnnn.;t n-rd.'r Mrltnii.rf We.llake.1h 1M Pletro.lf Taoriinna.lf Hlies,3ri Rtghftlf.M Tnrnav.e Uolrombe.p A 4 2 3 Roie.ia 4 3 2 0 Jorj.emen.3n 3 2 1 0 Manliall.lh 3 14 O.riiapman.of 1 0 1 OlMllna.rl 3 10 0 Dam. If r .12 3 1 SamronUb 3 12 lll.amllnU 3 10 0!Howrton 4 2 0 0 Reiana.p-L Utkln.p (Van Cuvk.p (Hrrmanakl.lt IWIilto.p ll'iilltl I.NIrliolai.t 2 o o o; 3 14 0 3 12 2 10 4 1 10 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Ol 1 0 0 II 2 12 0! A A A a 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 5 21 Totals Howerlorl 32 IT 2151 Total. filed Qui for T.anitinl In 4lh. Cult!) fouler! ant for Wlilte In 6th, IM'ORK BT INN1NT.6 Ran Franslaca Oakland .... 00 114 I 14 100 010 0 I rttrlier llolrotnlte Havana .. Atkina ... Van t.uyk . ir An H ER im Stl - : l'i 0 2 2V, 1 3 5 1 1 0 1 I 0 3 3 1 5 2 ttlilta 5 3 0 Mi-ltulaa ... K-ltlshetll, Weillaee. 2: 2 0 1 Melton. 2 , RRIllaard Tornar. Ilolcoiolte, 2 Joriren- at-n, Ta-.rmlna, Itaaea, 2: Klslieltl. M..ran. Tnrtlav. Jll It .li-mtw, aie, ion. Kaaea, i HBtnfnM. Hit. Beard, Jorienien. Rll Meltnfl. 2- Tornay, Rttfiettl, Weallalte. I. OR Kan Kranclsro, J; .Oakland. 7. 1,1'- -l.andlni to lloaa; Moran to Hiahettl to Wcilake. hr .Inraanaeit h Mnlrniiilie. WP Holiomlle, Win- nor HolromOe l ni. Ier -Heiatta to l inplret Valentl. Homme.a, Viallh, 2b, 10m, AnetiUanre 5S.'IA, Time TICKETS ON SALE FOR ICE FOLLIES World premiere tickets for the Ice Follies will be placed on public sale today at scores of box offices throughout Southern California. The fabulous Ship-ulnds and Johnson, revue will make its mth annual debut at the ranraclflc, Sept. 16. Ticket offices hav been established at th Pan-Pacific, all Harris & Frank stores, Pasadena Winter Garden and ths many Mutual AgenelM. - ; ;. ' ! "I "'i-: - v - , . .: ' - , . tt yj - - x y fa ' JJ- ' 7 h AUSSIES BOW Trabert, Seixas Win National Doubles Title BROOKLINE, Mass., Aug. 22 (fP) Vic Seixas and Tony Trabert, America's winning Davis Cup' combination, rallied for a 3-6, 6-4, 8-6, 6-3 victory over Australia's Lew Hoad and Ken Rosewall today to give the United States its first national men's tennis doubles championship since 1948. Doris Hart of Coral Gables, Fla., and Shirley Fry of Akron, 0., won their fourth, straight women's crown with a 6-4, 6-4 triumph over Louise Brough Suds Divide With Ports SEATTLE, Aug. 22 VP) Portland snapped Seattle's Coast League winning streak at 10 today as the Beavers pounded out a 5-3 decision in the nightcap of a twin bill. Seattle took the opener, 7-6. Flrat fame: Perttsnd Jarkm,2b Auetln.sa Ksaert.lt JudnlHi.rf Kiniih,3b Arlt.lb Waditnne.cf Hnl.r M.wmler.p A'iamvii-L lla.lnikt anno a Seattle 5 2 3 2 HiikoaH,J S 1 4 3 Tt.bln.lt 3 14 I WIIaon.as 4 2 1 OMaildern.rr 4 3 1 Mteitn.lh 4 0 5 UMauro.rf 4 0 0 O'Tlioinaa.39 4 16 2.lenney.c 2 1 0 )'Na,n 1 0 0 0 Kln.HHIIier.i 110 0 Kam.p illvine.p-W IMallott l.arllla 'fr'hinee,rf i Roberts unot 4 0 0 1 & 1 1 1 4 3 8 0 2 110 4 2 4 0 3 0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0! ? JJ oooo: oooo: Tnlala 37 12 24 101 Totals 33 12 27 7 1talti-kt singled for A.tams in Oth. Mtltolt Bina-li'il for Nair In 5th. Zarilla Intentionally a))ieo. for Kind, father in Sir h. Hrhmfes fouled out for MsfMeta In 7th. Rotierll fan for Katllta in ftth. morts bt iNNiNnn ' 8""1 1 Pilcher ll",nilr ,., 000 110 020 010 021 12a- IP AR R H :R BB in 5 20 4 7 4 4 2 3 13 3 A' 3 t 2 14 0 1 0 0 2 5 21 4 X 4 . 0 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 l', 3 2 2 0 1 Ulll Portland. 3: Meatila. 3; u-tin, Wilson. 2: Thomaa. 'iama Rvrne Natv Ktii.Maitier . Kians ! y. - Boetnler. 11 211 11.1. h 4 Mil' nlili. HI I Mjiiio llltl Thomaa, 2: kra- 1 turti. 2: Jni.i Srrviin. 2: Tolnn. VVlUnn, OlRelih, 3; .lii.liil.il. I'l' Hoi.l In An-tn. 1111 2 r.asrrl bv hiati.. Winnei lltine (1H-8I. Ijoa- ei Ailama m ill. I molrr. lacirveltl, i:ar lucol. A-lilotil. Tims 2h, 30m. Ht'.-Oli.l KSlll": Partland AH H O A Seattle Ja.-l.nn, 2b 3 0 3 5 ll.rk.raali.Jb Ati.tin.u 5 2 2 2 T.titln.lf hn-rl.lf 5 3 2 O'Wll.. 11..B .1.1.1.. I -li.tr 5 2 3 n:laililrrn.rr Ki.olrli.3b 3 2 0 2 .-l.-liiiie...,if Aril . 1 h 1 I Olllelrll.lli ilia. I. time. cf I II 3 0'tafli".i-f ARHOA 4 1 0 4 110. 3 110 3 2 3 0 4 14" 3 1 il IHail'I.e 2 0 1 O'n (H,ia,.3t, tHarii.B 2 10 Oi.lenny.r iHo.al.e 1 II 3 0!viiitnar.p 1 " -" r w 2 3 n o Mail.n-l, t t Itoitoa i u u u Naav.a '.atllla 'llytna - Totals 40 l"5 2Vl! Tolsls 35 n ax s sii-hmeei ran for MadHern In 5th, Rniihn filed out for (llatld In (I'll. Barilla lined mil for Natv In Oth. Bvrnt slno-IM for Huktmaia In 0th. fartlttR RT 1NNIM1H Mlaad 000 00) 0021 aaaltla 001 200 0003 Pltihar IP AR R Tt :R PR o Hesr, 4'ii 21 3 7 3 3 1 Ki-helt, 4'i IT 0 4 0 0 3 Nar 'a 1 0 0 0 0 Wi.lmar ..... 5 t- 23 2 0 3 1 2 Ual 3 Id 3 II 1 0 1 fllS'llnn. 2. MlB- Pottland, (: Healtla, 1ft 2R lennet. Re.l, Jiirtiil.h, 2.- llclimeeB. HR Kaaert. ftlf. -Jackson, all Atft, 1, IIMI RukoMala, Maure. Jenney, Insert, Arfl, flehetb, iimnleh. 2 Inner .SWielt,. Ivw -Halt, t'mplrea Aahford, ('arhM-ol. Ia-tretl, Time 2h 30m. Atlendam-e 13112. All-Stars Collect At Ran Fernando: R R I Hnlltsrond Alt Start ,. Wl 100 m Mi 19 I San Fernanda Clothlnt ?OR WHJ. fr (It J S t olomaa nl Farrtlh Ortli nei Cano. Si 1 m wirepnow of Beverly Hills, Cal., and Mrs. Margaret Osborne du Pont of Wilmington, Del. Seixas, the 30-year-old Phila delphia veteran, and Trabert, the 24-year-old Cincinnati collegian, put on a sparkling demonstration of topflight tennis after the first set to conquer the 19-year-old Davis Cup singles masters. Seixas and Trabert put away the bitterly contested, two-hour battle in the fourth set when they broke Rosewall's service in the fourth game and wrapped it up in the ninth game. Trabert, whose sharp service was la highlight of the American game, forced Rosewall to hit jtwo returns into the net in the final game, the second at match point. Flam Defeats Three Rivals PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 22 Two Californians entered the semifinal round of the German- 5 ? J ?: town Cricket Club Grass Courts ?!:. 1- tit ;...- -,. .-i lenms unampionsnips louay opposite players from Chile and Japan. Top-seeded Herb P'lam of o; Beverly Hills got to the round of four the hard way, with three victories. Joining him were second-seeded Bob Perry of Westwood, Japan's Kosei Kamo and Andres Hammersley of Santiago, Chile. Results: SECOND ROUND Plant def. Clyde THIRD ROUND Flam def. Al Harum. -l, 6-2: K. Kamo def. Jerrr Moss. 4.6. 9-7, 7-5; Hammersley def. William Cul-len, 3-6. 7-5, 6-3. , QUARTER-FINALS Flam def. Atuahl Mlvail, 6-2. 7-5; Perry def. Barry McKay. -4. (-. 12-10: K. Kamo def. Fred Knvaleskl. 63, 6-2; Hammersley def. Jon Doutlaa, 7-9. 9-7. 6-3 Hippenstiel Bags Pubparks Crown SALT I-AKK C1TV, Aug. 22 (V) Clyde Hippenstiel of San UprnnrHlnrv fill 'nn the mon'c Ntnij;if in me ivaiionai run- lie Pinks Tennis Tournament o! fnrliiv. flnfaat iiinf T Inn Ti-wil 4 i 3 2;wood, Provo, Utah, 6-2, 6-2, 6 0. ioio!lt was the second straight ioo "I Pubparks championship for the i i o oiCallfornlan, and the third time ne nas won u. Another San Bernardino player, Mrs. Mary Arnold Prentiss, won the women's dingles. She defeated Mrs. Barbara Chandler, Boise, Ida, 63, 4-R, 6-3. BRAKES Relined Complete $9.50 Wheel Alignment 4.50 Wheel Bolonce, eo. 1.25 mot iati cant wt arrcuLin BANES BRAKE SERVICE 1411 I. llAttaON Kl.lttl sis si. ta Benai im (. nauaoM Hl't WHITTIM ajlVI. i; I. wraTiHN AVI, 7i van kuvi auvo, MMIITAILIIHII IM4 WII1177 10 saJ I AN lsial I I a,,s I tT.aasat I Green, Flores Mix Tonight at Olympic BV CAL WHORTOX Charlie Green, once the terror of the State middleweight ranks, fights Sal Flores in the 10-round main event tonight at the Olympic in a bout that's sure to be loaded with thud ding wallops. Both boys are primarily punchers. They call Flores the "Anaheim Blockbuster;" Green, when he's not fighting Willie Vaughn, answers to the nick name, "Chillin' Charlie." Green had quite a kayo record until he ran afoul of Vaughn who stripped him again last April 24 of his State middleweight title. The only knockout scored this year by Green was a one-rounder over Windy Hawkins. Green out pointed Milo Savage last month in San Diego. Lost to Ferdinand Flores, who traces his pro career back to 1949, fought once locally this year and this was a losing effort against Esau Ferdinand last March 15 at South Gate.' Flores chalked up five straight knockouts last year, before blowing a pair of dukes to Goven Small and Petey Servin at Hollywood. Green, now aided in his fistic efforts by Ralph Gambina, the man who also directs the activities of Cisco Andrade, is looking ahead to a national TV bout. Chances are such an offer will be forthcoming provided he gets over tonight's assignment. Odds are expected to favor Green by at least 2-1 despite the fact that earlier in his career Green was knocked out in two by Flores at Hollywood. Green's record also shows he suffered two other knockouts in a pro career dating back to 1950. Flores likewise has been stopped three times. Favor Green So it's quite possible that this evening's struggle could end on a fast punch. I like Green to win; he could do it with one blow. The entire card will be televised over KHJ-TV (9) starting at 8:30 p.m. In the six round semifinal Billy Evans meets Alex Fim-bres at 125 pounds. We like Evans here. Four rounders and probable winners: Ulie Lucero over Oliver DesMaris, 132; Manuel Armstrong to defeat Jackie Condon, 167, and Alex Diaz over Teddy Leonard, 147. Beverly Fleifz Heads for East BV BIOX ABBOTT Mrs. Beverly Baker Fleitz will head for the tennis wars tonight, flying to the East where she will be one of the top contenders for the national singles championship. With Mrs. Fleitz will go another prominent Southland tennis-playing mother, Mrs. Helen Perez. Both Beverly and Helen will compete in the Maidstone Tournament at East Hampton, Mass., which starts Wednesday. It will afford them the opportunity to prep for the national championships at Forest Hills, starting Saturday. Remarkable Record Ambidextrous Beverly, who hits forehands on either side and belts the ball a mile a minute, has compiled a remark able record. She is unbeaten this year, winning the Southern California championship by beating Louise Brough In the finals and trouncing Maureen Connolly In the semifinals at La Jolla. She has also won tournaments at Phoenix, Coro-nado and Philadelphia, again defeating Miss Brough. Mrs. Perez, the 1953 Southern California champ, lost to Mrs. Fleitz In the finals at both Phoenix and La Jolla. LaM Loss in .1:1 Last defeat suffered by Beverly was in the ln.j.'i Pacific Southwest championships here, a tough three-setter with Doris Hart. Both Mrs. Fleitz and Mrs. Perez will return from Forest. Hills to compete in the Pacific Southwest Sept. 11-1!) at the Los Angeles Tennis Club. Fox Triumphs, 9-7 At 8ant Fsula- , R H t 30th Centur-Fo 030 200 302 9 10 3 Merrhania . 000 flf.0 011 7 1 Ratkovic. Praarlr i.M and Bnwera; TJdava. Mendora t7i and Marines awms P.UVI RI3S OF BEEF On I Cesf eV.rtk tt WilaMr tmmtttm law, ttivhi HilH Cm ma Log angclcs Cimcs3 LAMBEAU Continued from First Page - Los Angeles Rams at the Coll-j seum. Prior to' their incident, Mc- - i i t i a. r - "VA," art ail uatn. jam uuuu emu A. i it Chuck Sitton had been released Lambeau was known to have opposed the firings of the veteran Cloud, who broke in under Curly at Green Bay in 1949. After the lobby scuffle, another player was added to the waiver list, End Fran Polsfoot, for mer Washington Stater. ht r . v, ... u .. 1 1 ni-AHM were aware that anything had'jskhia s nee happened until they arrived t hrpawaet thi mnrnino fw of them, Halfback Don Paul, further shocked the squad when he announced, "If Lam beau goes, so do I. With that remark, he left the dining room and was not aboard either of the busses which took the team to the airport. Paul played four years with the Cardinals, two of them under Lambeau, before coming to the Redskins. He is regarded as one of the league's best defensive halfbacks. The new head coach, Kuharich, is the newest member of the Redskins Staff. He started coaching in 19.58 when he was m charge of the freshman Jl at his alma mater, Notre Dame. Kuharich coached the Cardinals in 1952 after piloting the University of San Francisco to an unbeaten season in 1951. He played with the Cardinals in Taliaferro's 59-Yard Romp Wins for Colts PITTSBURGH, Aug. 22 7P) Halfback George Taliaferro raced 59 vards alon? the side lines today to score the winning! touchdown that gave the Baltimore Colts a 27-21 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a National Football League exhibition game. Taliaferro was knocked down around the Steelers' 30-yard line but got up and went on to score the fourth quarter tally that shattered the Steelers' 21-20 lead. Pass Clicks Taliaferro also scored from one yard out in the second quarter. The Colts' first touchdown came in the first quarter on a pass from Taliaferro to Halfback Buddy Young. Half- back Bert Rechichar booted! field goals in the third and1 fourth quarters and made three conversions. , The Steelers knotted the score at 7-7 in the first quarter: when Quarterback Jimmy! Finks completed a 2-yard touch-; down pass to Halfback Lynn Chandnois. They scored again in the; third period when Halfback Jim Brandt plunged over from the 1. Pitt forged ahpad momentarily in the fourth quarter when End Elbie Nickel snagged a 15-; yard pass from Finks in the end zone anil Tackle Nick Bol-kovac converted. SCORK BV QUARTERS w!tlmoi 7 7 3 in r Plftshureh 7 0 7 721 Baltimore: Touchdowns voitna-. Taliaferro. .. PAT Rechichar, 3. Field goals Perhtrhar. 2 Pittbitrh: Touchdowns Chnndnols. i Brandt. Nickel. PAT Bolkavac, 3. i i rt ft lfq"u' inn im i. SENSATIONAL SAVINGS when Bouqnr in ders 1 GENERAL saftmuer TIRE 4GENERALheavydutyTUBES WHEN YOU BUY... 3 GENERAL $af.t.mher TIRES I BLACK OR WHIU SIDWAUS Liberal Terms "' lassfflfl ' ""-M4! ?.-,.. ..... , 0000 mT jfjw '' ' van mon., aug. 23,1954-Portiv 3, FIRED 1 1910 and 1941 and again in 1945 s months in Kuharich was a line coacn under Jock Sutherland with tha Steelers in 1946, . c moved to San Francisco in 1947 as an assistant and becama head coach there in 1948. Kuharich refused to?maka any comment The official announcement of the change cama after night-long conferences involving Marshall, McCann and; the coaching staff. Kuharich thu3 becomes tha ! BUZ - ,- 7u, i who resigned immediately after the 1952 exhibition game against the Rams in Los An geles. Here are the line-ups statistics on last night's skin rout by the 49ers: 8CORS BY QUARTERS San Francisco 0 23 0 Washington 0 0 7 and. Redv 139 0 T SAX FKANCISCO SCORING Weld Goal: 1 Mlchallk 2:26 of 2nd ouarter. (41 Tarda-), Toucndowns: 1 Johnson ($ yards center). S:40 of 2nd Quarter: 2 Schabarura (6 Tarda tackle). H IT of 2nd quarter. 3 Arenas tl jard tackle). 14:26 of 2nd quarter. ' 4 Jessuo (1 ?art! pass from Tittle). 10:34 in 4th ouarter. PAT Tittle, 0 lor 1. blocked; Broarru 3 lor 3. WASHINGTON SCORING Touchdown: 1 Goode il yard tackle). 6:55 of 3rd Quarter. PAT Asajanian 1 for 1. STATISTICS Redskins 49ert First Downs Rtishinar 5 . 14 First Downs Passlnt .... 7 14 First Downs Penalties .... 0 1 Total First Downs 12 29 Net Yards Rushln 89 199 Net Yards Passlna 79 296 Total Net Yards 168 489 Passes Attemnted 26 26 ' Passes Completed 9 17 1 Passes Had Intercepted .... 4 2 Yards Inter. Passea Ret. . . 60 56 Rushing Plays 27 43 Average Gain Rushing .... 3.29 , 4.4$ Total Offensive Plays .... 67 12 Punts 6 I Average Length Punta .... 36.7 45.(1 : Punts Returned 0 3 Yards Punts Returned .... 0 8 Kickoffs Returned 6 2 r Yards Kickoffs Returned. .126 60 " Penalties 8 9 Yards Lost Penaltiea 59 73 Fumbles ... 1 4 Ball Lost Fumbles- 0 4 - Yards Lost Attemp. to Pass 34 6 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING : Redskins TCB NYO Ave. Goode .. 9 14 1.55- Wells 3 15 5.00 Justice 4 23 5.75 . Barry 1 1 1 00 scarhatn 3 2 o (,7 - !"" 7 34 4.85' Arena? T9B N43Q McEihennr 9 Nixon 2 Monachlno 4 52 5.78 -2 50 4.00 5.25 4 00 4 00 2 00 -S IS Johnson i 12 63 Schabnrum 4 16 Tidwell I 4 Miles 2 4 INDIVIDUAL PASSING Redskins Atts. Comp. Int. Yds. , Scarbatn 26 9 49ers Tittle 21 13 McElhennj- 1 1 Cason 6 3 FASS RECEIVING Redskins No. Rec'd. Taylor 3 Barker 1 Goode 1 Pollsfoot 3 Justice 1 43ers Jessup 4 Nii:otj . 1 Wilson 4 McEihennr 2 Schabarum 1 Johnson 1 4 113 1 212 0 49 1 69 Yds. TDs 55 0 11 0 -3 0 32 0 18 0 50 1 9 0 87o 8 15 0 51 0 4(T 0 29 0 21 0 i Arenas l Saselsf 2 iMonachlrjo 1 Factory Superintendent Wanted for FOOD PROCESSING PLANT Jams and fruits, dry mixes ond flavors. 50 people. Aggressive, expanding local concern. State briefly age, education, experience. All replies confidential. BOX Z-116-NA, TIMES at ?rirT x 1 1 i.HH-- fAssaflMhis

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