1 Segura Beats Talbert in Net final ' By ASSOCIATED PRESS. 431EXICOCITY, January 10. Francisco .(Paneho) Segura, the two-fisted Ecuadorean , court star, won the singles cbampionship at the Pan AMerican tennis tournament today by defeating William ',Talbert of Cincinnati, fifth ?inking United States player, in the final, 4-6, 6-4, 6--2, 2-6, 6--43.. 2-6, After losing his early advantage. Talbert came from behipd to ;square the match with a scorching net attack, '114, but Segura passed him conr1; sistently with - . sideline drives in ' the final set.- Pauline Betz of Los Angeles, the , United States , champion, took , the women's sin- - glee crown, de- ll( , 1-fart 17-year- old Doris art of St. Louis, Mo., and Miami, Fla., Miss Betz, the junior titleholder, 6--2, 6-3, in the finals. The men's doubles championship went to Segura and Talbert, who beat the Mexican champions, Armando Vega and his brother, Ro- lando, 6-4, 6--3, 1-6, 7-5. . ;. See Hawks :. ee t Clip . . Wings, , By Associated Press. ' - I A I , CHICAGO, ILL., January lu.---In an 'unusually rough ' match. interrupted in the third period when Red Hamill and Johnhy Stewart . started aiming at each other's L, chins instead of the goal, the Chicago Black Hawks defeated the Detroit Red Wings, 2 to 1, tonight in a National Hockey League game before the largest crowd of the season here, 16,264. 1 1 Bruins Top Leafs Before 14,000 1 , . By Associated Press. 1 ' t . BOSTON, MASS., January 10. The Boston Bruins regained sole possession of the National Hockey League lead by coming from be- hind in the third period to gain a il r- 5-evictory over the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at the Boston Garden. Despite the ban on 'pleasure driving, this clash between arch rivals drew a crowd of 14,400, the largest of the season here. -1 !I By Associated Press. 1 , NEW YORK, January .10.--The Montreal Canadiens pushed the down-trodden New York Rangers right through the cellarl and into the cub-basement of the National .; I Hockey League tonight by romp- 4 i, trig to an easy 7-to-4 victory before 13,375 cash customers at Madison Square Garden. I , Pauline Betz Takes -Women's Crown by grubbing Doris Hart 16,264 Flotkiy la POINTS FOR PHILLIP The gam also will ! bring to i - Set-Ups Lose by 2-1 Score By JACK RICE. Raftery-Eagan continued its headlong rush away from the other members of the Muny 'S occer Asso8ation's "Big Six" division yesterday afternoon, defeating the Natural Setups, 2 to 1, in a match at Sherman Park. In the other 1 two major games. El Rey Chile outbooted the Schumacher's, 3 to 1, at Carondelet and Camp Solidarity trimmed Jefferson Barrack's Missions, 2 to 1. With the victory the Eagan' increased their first-place lead over 1 the Schumachers and Natural Set- I Ups to four full games, as the I leaders possess 18 points while the 1 coholders of the runner-up spot each have 10 points. - 1 TWO FOR HERTLING Outside Left H. Hertling scored both Raftery goals in the second half. - First half play was roUgh as the second-place Set-Up team strove for a ehance at victimizing the league leaders. Inside Left Weischer of the Eagans and Right Half Fernandez of the Set-Ups were ejected at the C 10-Minute mark in the second half upon expressing their enthusiasm for the game with a fist fight. The Setups scored their goal on a penalty kick by Outside Right Art Garcia in the final two minutes of play. IL Vasquez and Tom Erbe had similar opportunities earlier in the half but were not able to make good on their charity attempts. The El Reis drew within one point of a tie for second place with the Schumachers and Setups by virtue of their victory s After six minutes of initial sparring, the Reys took command of the game and pressed through, to score all three of their goals in the Milt half. - - , Outside Left Lanigan. Inside Left Alberici and Inside Right Rogles followed I one another in rapid succession at the Schumach4 er net to give the Reys a 3-to-0 lead. The Schumachers averted a shut out when Left -Half ' Lang dropped one over in the closing, minutes of the half. The Missions and the Camp Solidarity squads also did all of their scoring in the first half. Center Diaz and Inside Right Dowling connected in the opening minutes to give the Camp a 2-to-0 lead. Center Emmett Mueller tallied a few minutes later to cap ,off all scoring for the day. RIG SIX. flattery-Eagad (2). Nalursi Set irp (1). Mue liner G. 'Valdez Murphy L. F. Erbe Zensen R. F. 3 Oarcia Pozza 'L. H. i Fernandez M. Mugavera C. IL Boh Iman Ga linberti R. H. , . J. Diaz IL Mugavera P. ' A. 4 ;Arcia Nrumm - F. , Vasquez Numi F. ' Rodriguez Welttchen F. ' B8113 liertling r. H. Diaz-1... Garcia Goa In seoredItertling CZ l. A. Garcia (penalty). RetereesWali and clatter. Sehumacher ( I). - El Key Chile (3) Parrot G. , Paganiul I.yons (C.) r. R. Duffy ffebbergr -IP. S. Puttin-Stidsten Nav'augh-Dawlak H. B. . Hogan rinn-MeNeb 14 B. Begley 4 C.) I.Inek-Lang H. B. Montan Pantor . P. Stratmann McCabe - Rogles (lounge'', , F. 1 Corbett I) enendez F. 1 Alberict RIrehhoefee F. . Lanigan Coals ecored- t Lamganr Alberict. Roglee and Lana. flefereesEd Leahy and Joel Murphy. Camp Solidarity Jefferson flarrsorks (2). (1). Alb-echt . G . - Schaeffer iceatler J F. B. Hunthauxen Vaeuez , Fuchs 01tonne(' H. B. Steler-Boliman Diaz ' .. H. B. Keenny Ittarnalc H . B. YopelGelp Nelson - F. . Novaek Dow ling P. Murphy Traria r . Mueller Beeves F Gerard Calvin r . Sturm Goals aeored----Mueller. Dian. Dowling. RefereesVallina anti nOTVIVOL 11. - I N TER M EDIA TE -OPEN. Runt 26 (0). Wildcats (it). Tatar , . G. Garagola havanaugly P. r. Gambaro Stanton F. B. Ruetier Murphy I. B. Bryna It. Berkman ' H. R. - . rovina Peskin-Quirk H. B. Yost r.. Beckman E. Rechtlen Kenna F Berra I Mortudantel, , - P. liViogert Duffy F. Oliver Megneny-Stretor P. , Barroni Goal scoredOliver. RefereaaDono HOCKEY scottEs I ilt1;;;;;;-n iP: 311, Asoociated Press. Bdurphv I. B. ilational League. 1 It B,kr,,,n H H - 1 mmttemit .: New lock. 4. Pkin-Quirk H B 1 Boston. 61 Toronto. 4. Y.. es licsiunan ;. Re Chicago, Z; Detrpit. I. Kennv . American 1GPOICIIIR., Horaidaniel I - if. IA Cleveland. 3:. New Hawker', I. 1 Duffy F. Ruffalo. 3; Hxraher. 1. , Mcganny-Stretoe P B Indianapolis. ; Providence- 5 Goal scoredOliver. Ratecesa , . trAistern Amateur League. ' loin and 'Yellin Welt" More ('omit Guard u utter 4 l rhiladeinhin Falcons. t. Continued On Next, Pag4 , 1 ' - 0 I i 11 inois and Wisconsin ,: , 411 Continued on Next, Page. in Big Ten Headliner 1 B3t ASSOCIATED PRESS. - CHICAGO, ILL., January 10.The Westesn - Conference basketball race, which got away to a noisy and spectacular start Saturday night. is set for even more thunder tomorrow night when two of the Big Ten's foremost championship favoritesIllinois and Wisconsin clash at Madison. I The contest will headlide Mon- al scoring leaders. ,Wisconsin, alday's resumption. of conference ready' pcasessing the league's scorbattling, In which Michigan will Ins champion in Johnny Kotz, play at North- came up with another sharpshoot western and In- er in Center Ray Patterson. Patdiana and Min- tenon got 19 points, the same ..' nesota will seek number Andy Phillip, a converted I , . ' t o supplicate guard, collected at his new for- , :7D ,- their victories of ward position for Illinois. ' ' ' '' Saturday night - Kotz was held to 12 points, but ' al1:1) over Ohio State it was his one-handed shot in the "'''' and Iowa, re- last half-minute that brought vic N - e,. N 0, q spectively. tory and enabled Wisconsin ' to ,N4, Wisconsin-and erase the conference's previous ' 5't Illinois in their high-game total of 119 points es- , , , '' ' openers eners gave an tAblished last year, when North- , i '. - impressive dem- western defeated Chicago, 89-50. -, , onstration o f - why. tbey are re- RETURN CLASH t I - Phillip. garded as two of ' Indiana, undefeated in eight the Big I Ten's top title mats. starts this season and regarded as Wisconsin outlasted Northwestiern a third big power in thei 1943 title in a record-breaking scoring duel, race, replays Ohio State at Bloom87-85, while the Illini ran up a 82-8 ington. The Buckeyes put on a lead ' over ' previously-unbeaten good argument in the first meet-Michigan, before easing up to win, ing, but lost out to Indiana In the 47-34. i ; last five minutes, 45-37. ., 1. POINTS FOR pmujp At Iowa City, the,Hawkeyes will The ram. also will , briny to.. try to even up matters for the tether to of Saturday's individu-1 Continued on text Page. --st. gouis pailg Sloht-gemotratt, wonting wornmg, lanuarg 11, 1043. charity efforts. - The performance of the Jay-hawk ace, who was held to a rock-bottom low of eight points last night by the Sooners' Paul Heap, was the more remarkable because a few weeks prior to the Tiger contest he had been, dismissed from the squad for a lack of interest. The Missouri game gave statistical evidence to the extent by which he overcame his lethargic condition. - RESULTS LAST WEEK. Kansas. 60; Olathe (Kan.) Air Rase, 12. Nebraska. 41. K tate.32. Kansas. 69; Missouri, 44.1 Olathe Air Rase, 51; Missouri. 42. Iowa State. 34: Kenna State. 24. 4$. Oklahoma. 44. THIS WERK14 SCHEDULE. Kansas State at Rooliburst (lueeday). Oklahoma A. and 3111 at Kansas' (IVednesday). Kansas vs. Camp Crowder. Mo.. Roseerans Field. Mo., and 7ortb American Bombers. K City. Kan.. at Kansas City (Saturday), triple-header. Kansas State at Oklahoma (Saturday). Nebraska at Missouri (Spturdai). ,,4y,3....'-'.:':T5,:....-wl:.NN,gR..:::i: Lined up for the Silver Skates awards at the Artna yesterday are, from the left : Ted Young, president of the Missouri Skating Association and starter; Ken Bartholomew, winner of the Service.,Men's Cliampionship; Henry Kemper, referee; Miss LaVerne Dahm, Women's Southwest Open Queen; Lamar Ottsen, referee; Alfred Perry Jr., Southwest Open and Missouri State king; Stanley Burke, cowinner Junior title; Oscar Blankenmeister, marshal; Miss Mildred Dietz, Missouri State Women's champion; James Hallbeck, Junior cowinner, and John Mirtin, Intermediate winner. Kansas Over F -Be Hurdle in Oklahoma , By Associated Press. KANSAS CITY, MO., January 10.--The pressures on in the Big Six Conference basketball race. and the birds on the business end of the pump handle are the Kansas Jayhawks, who have blown over seven straight opponents since catching their second wind. The Kansans, by outfiring Oklahoma last night, 48 to 44, on the Sooners' own playground, secured their perch on the league's driver seat with the comforting knowledge that they had rounded the most dangerous turn in the championship road. 1 , The Big Six race. forecast as a strictly two-team affair, was supposed to hinge largely on the outcome of the respective contests on the Kansas and Oklahoma home courts. By scoring its first victory in five years on the Norman floor, and barring upsets, Kansas put the full burden of proof on Oklahoma's shoulders if the Sooners expect to win or 'share the title they halved with the Jayhawks last year. , - The tipoff on Kansas' scoring power, which has given the nets a 60-points-per-game swishing in the Jayhawks' last five starts, came three days before'last night's crucial tilt when Phog Allen's cagers blasted Missouri, 69 to 44. The Kansas five not only shattered the Big Six team scoring mark, but Charlie Black, elongated junior forward, tacked up a new individual standard v;ith 33 tallies compiled on 14 field goals and five charity efforts. - High 13askétball Hits Peak This Week With 47 Games Standout Game Friday When Junior Bills Tackle Old Prep Rivals. C. B. C. 1I , High school basketball will continue to remain aloof from wartime curtailments this week and the old-fashioned principle of ,multiplicity will be upheld by a total of 47 games. League activity will be heavy as the eight major local circuits enter,the busy phases of their respective competitions. McBride will make ita belated entrance into the Prep League whirl with a game at St. Louis U. High tomorrow night. The Jr. ob -Feller s - Milken' are not the best possible Reception Committee for the Colonnaders, as they currently lead the standings with two vie- er Diès tories and no defeats. L OLD RIVALRY IGNITED nu A IteneintoA Proitm The nomination for the outstanding game of the week must also go to the Prep League, C. B. C. will play at St. Louis,' Friday night,1 and the perennial !rivalry between the two schools in any and all branches of sport will receive its first audition for the new year. ! Weak though the Cadets have been on the court by standards of other years. the stimulus of meeting their favorite Ovals is not a matter to discount lightly. Beaumont and Cleveland will encounter one another in the most important Public High School League game of the week Friday night; in the first game of the triple-header at the St. Louis University gymnasium. Enmeshed in a three-way tie for first place with Southwest, both combatants have scored one victory in loop competition while the Longhorns have won twice and the result will be a narrowing of the field from three leaders to two. Bayless and Mehlville, tied for the top spot in the County iLeague, will meet tomorrow night: on the latter's court in the first '. important game to crop up after a period of loop idleness. Botit teams have won four circuit games and for either a defeat tomorrow will be the first of the year in. County play. 1 - NO CHANGE ANTICIPATED Suburban competition will not be directly important from a standpoint of disputed leadership. Wellston, current leader with three victories, will meet a not-too-difficult University City quintet. KirkwoOd; tied on a percentage basis with the Trojans, will meTt-Clay By Associated Press., VAN METER, IA., 'January 10. William Feller, the Iowa farmer who groomed hi x son, Bob, to become a major E .c t K1 league pitching star, died I today. Death came to ,(77. ' the M - year - old 1 ..t. t father, seriously -'41 ill for several , , years, in the ,,, , $25,000 f a rm j- '.,:,,,M:-.: -home son Bob .?- built for his par- ents on their 320- a9te farm near here. Bob, who left the Cleveland InW. Feller. dians to join the navy, is believed to be on sea duty following completion of a gunnery course at Norfolk, Va. He last visited his parents and sister, Marguerite, December 1.1 Feller's life was wrapped around the baseball achievements of the son he reared to be a ballplayer. A NATVRAL , , . I "Bob I just naturnlly took to baseball," he once !remarks d. "When he V till a tinly ;ad, he'd beg for baseballs and a 'bat. By the time he was 8 he was pitching in earnest, I got litin a catcher's glove and began giVing him regular practice." I Bob 'played shortstop on his dad's neighborhood 4tam until he was 15 when he started relief pitching.. When Bob was 16 he pitcher the Farmer's Union team which his father managed to a state title. 1 From the moment Bob joined , Continued on Next Page. I Continued on Next Page. S.rtst111. OF NfrOMEN1,S 880 1 FINAL OSSO Bears Meet Air Bass Tomorrow in Kansas City By Associated Press. - ' DES MOINES, IA., January 10. Those high- flying Creighton Bluejays are going to furnish many an uncomfortable night for the other Missouri Valley Conference basketball teams. Little Eddie Hickey's basket tossers clearly demonstrated championship class in their first Valley contest last night when they swamped St. Louis, 69 to 25, as big Ed Beisser paced the rout with 19 points. The undefeated Creighton lads, who have seven straight victories on the record books, clamped a tight defense around the Billikens, and made life particularly miserable for the usual sharp-shooting Herb Van Deven. The St. Louis star got only seven points, four coming on two field goals in the last two minutes. 1 BEARS NOSED OUT The Oklahoma Aggies, who shared the 1942 championship with Creighton, also ,shoved off to a winning start, Coach Henry Iba's team edging out Washington, 23 to 21, on two late field goals by sophomore Vernon Yates. Drake, last-place team a year ago, indicated that it wouldn't be the 'cellar occupant this season by opening with a 39-to-34 victory over St. Louis Friday night. Coach Bill Williams has three freshmen and two sophomores in his starting lineup, but the Drake 'Skids" at times showed the class of veterans as they successfully passed their first conference test. In the other scheduled Valley - game last week, Washington got a 2-a-0 forfeit from Tulsa; which canceled because a majority of the basketball squad had been occupied with football duties in the Sugar Bowl. Tulsa, however, started practice last Friday, and will be ready for road , games with Washington and St. Louis Friday and Saturday, respectively. CREIGHTON VS. AGGIES Top conference battle this week will be the Creighton-Aggie affair at Omaha Saturday night. Before they reach that encounter, the Aggies will play Kansas at Lawrence Wednesday, and Drake at Des Moines Friday. Drake will warm up fdr its shot at the Aggies in a nonconference V Continued on Next Page. , i ,00 ". or ois - I - o Staff Photo Start of the lAromen's Southwest Open and Missouri State 880-yard final in the Silver Skates meet at the Arena yesterday. The event was won by Miss La Vents Dahm (right), Cleveland, women's champion. in the Southwest division. ' r Barth loin Service W SILVER SKATES. POINT STANDINGS 11A1M11;11 POINT STANDINGS. 011E?i'S SOUTHWEST ()PE. 1. A. Perry Jr. 90 4. M. Thompson 30 2. Edward Olsen 30 3. Bob Crowley 20 3. J. Me Cane 30 6. Frank Nugent 10 MENS MISSOURI STATE. - I. A. Perry Jr. 120 4. Frank Nugent ,:141 2- J. MrCane tie 6. Andy Baum 10 3. Glen Martin 30 WOMEN'S SOUTHWEST OPEN'. 1. Laverneltahm 80 3. Mildred Diets 30 2. Peggy Barber 60 4. Sylvia Schutz 10 WOMEN'S IllISS'OURI ST,ATIC. 1. Mildred Diets $O 4. Julia Grogan 10 2. Sylvia Schulz 60,6. Ruth Do ide 10 3. Bette Menne 20 - JUNIOR MEN'S MISSOURI STATE. Il S. Burke DWI 40 $. Carl Schulz 30 J. Ha Illteck 40 4. S. Butierecht 10 SERVICE MEN. - 1. Bartholomew SO Al Scissors 10 . Bud Hand Ian 70 J.DieckmanJr. 10 3. Bob North 10 INTERMEDIATE BOYS. 1. John Martin 60 3. Bud Grath 10 2. J. McGrath 40 4. Jack Aetna 10 SKATES RESULTS Ail skaters from St. Louis, miles, otherwise identified. MEN 'S -SOU TH IA EST (IPEN, 4141-lard Elimination (First illeat)Wou by 1-4-! ward Olsen, Cleveland; James hictIane,! oiecond:. 11eber Ley. third. Time--;41.2. 44econd heat lWon by Al Perry:.tilen Martin. second: Bob Crowley, Cleveland, third. Time:41..3. (Three qualify in fastest heat; two qualify in -slowest heat). WOMEN'S MISSOURI STATE mitth-Mile FinalWon by Mildred Dirts; Bette - Menne, second; Sylvia ! Schulz, third. Thne:34.I. JUNIOR BOYS' 440-Yard Elimination ! (Fist Hat)Won by Larry Price Jr.; I Stanley Burke, Champaign. ill. second:1 Bob Jessup. Cleveland. third. :43.9. (Second heat)Wen by sonny Bunprecht; Jim Halibeck.. Champaign, second. (Three qualify in fastest beat; two qualify -in sloweet beat). - - - ' MEN'S SOI-THWE'AT OPEN. 440-11ardi FinalWon by Edward Olsen. Cleveland:1 Bob Crowley, Cleveland, scond. (Weber 1 seeond-place finisher was disquali.1 tied. moving Crowley. third-place finisher.' to second. There was no third finisher) Time:41.4. , SERVICE MENS CHAMPIONSHIP, 1! 440-lard Elimination a (First Heid) Won by Bud Handian, I nited 'st stem Army; Al Scissors. United stoles Army Air Terre., second; Frank Flotron, United States Army, third. Time:42.S. ever- ond heatiWen by Ken Bartholoinew. United States Army; Jozeph Diedinian.1 United State, Army. second; Arthurl Brock. Irnited .States Navy, third. Time, :43,3.- (Three qualify in fastest beat; two qualify in slowest heat). WOMEN'S SOUTHWEST OPEN, Otti, shah-Mile FinalWon by Laverne Dahm,, Cleveland: Mildred Dietz. second: Peggy Barber. t'hicago. third. . INTERMEDIATE BOI 410-1-ard natWon by John Martin. Champaign: In.; Jerry McGrath, Cleveland, second; 1 Bud Grath, third. Time:42.0. - I MEN'S MISSOURI STATE 410-1'ard. FinalWon by Al Perry: Glen Martin.' second ; James MeCane. third. Time-- NOVICE BOYS' 440-1tard EinalWon by Roy MeAnnar; Jinni-1kt Barton, second; Tom 11"rowe. third. Tinie:56A. ' Jt'SIOR BOIS' 440-lard by Jim Hallbeck. Champaign. Hi.; -Stanley Burke Champaign. ill., second; Sonny itupprecht., third. Time--il5.11.- - NOVICE GIRLS' 440-Yard Final.11on by Janice Ileibougne: Babette Frei, yt-cend; F.dwina Ashley, third. TimeI MEN'S SOUTHWEST OPIMoi AND MISSOURI STATE 880-Yard Elimination (First Heat)Won by Al Perry; Marvin Thompson. Chicago. second: Bob -Crowley- Cleveland. third: Glen Martin, fourth. Time--I:31.7. (Second heatWon by Edward Olsen, Cleveinnd: James .1Ic- Cane-, second: Frank Nugent, third. Time 1;37.2. 4 Four qualify in fastest beat; three qualify in slowest heat). SERVICE MEN'S CHA M PIO NsIIIP, 410-Yard FinalWon by Bud Handlan. United States Army; Ken Bartholomew. United - States Army, aecond:' Joseph Dieckmon Jr., United States Army, third; WOMEN.4 SOUTHWEST OMNI, SSW, Yard finalWon by Laverne - Cleveland; Pe-ggy Barber. Chicago; second: Mildred Dietz, third. TimeI:441. WOMEN' S !MISSOURI STATE cLoEn040-Yard FinalMom by Dietz; Sylvia Schultz. second; Ruth Heide, third. Time-1 :43.1 , JUIVENILE BOYS' 440-1'aed Won by Pat Crowley. Cleveland; Joe Sherman, second; George' Weeks. third- . , MEN'S SOUTHWEST OMNI, t040 Yard FinalWon by Al Perry; EAlward Nen. Cleveland, second;i James Mt-Cane,. third. TimeI:18.8. MEN'S MISsOURI STATE cinsEn. 880-Vard FinalWon by Al Perry; James Mrt'ane. second: Glen Martin, third. TimeI:Vt.4. INTERMEDIATE BOYS' Three-fourths-' Mile FinalWon by John Martin, Chan., paizn. Jerry McGrath, Cleveland,' second: Jack Acton, third. Time--?:IS. SERVICE MEN'S 4L'HAMPIONSHIP. SSO-lard FinalWon by Ken Barthele-1 Mew, United States Army': Bud 'Buntline.. United States Army. !second: Al Seissorit,, United States Army Air Force. third.. Time--1 :31.1. MISSOURI STATE CLASS 111 Three-fourths-Mile--Won by Bob MeN1,1. I mer; Leo Smith. second; Lamar 'Schwalke,' third. Time--2:30.S. MEN'SI SOUTHWEST OPEN. One-Mile. FinalWon by Al Perry: James McCane. second; Mars in Thompson, Chicago. I third. Time-3:15. MEN'S MISSOURI STATE CIASED One-Mile FinalWon by Al Perry-; James McCane, second; Frank Nugent. third. Time-3:15. I ! JUNIOR BOYS' 880-Yard FinalWon I by Carl Schulz: Stanley Burke, Champaign. Ill.. second: Jim Hallbeck.. Chain-. pain. Ill. third. TimeI:33.6. , sER1ICE MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP. One-Mile FinalWon by Ken Barthel... mew, United States Army; Bud Hundland. United States Army. second; Bud. North, l'aited States Army Air Forte, third. Time-3:28.6. WOMEN'S SOUTHWEST OPEN. Three.. totirthz-Mile FinalWon by Pe:Fgy Bar-bar. Chicago; I,ayerne Dahm, leveland,' second: Sylvia Schulz, third. Time--2:36. OMEN'S MISSOURI STATE CLOsED Three-fotorths-Mile FinalWon by SYIVIS Schulz: Mildred Dietz, neeonda Julia Ann Grogan, third. Ilme-2:47.7. MEN'S SOUTHWEST OPEN. Two-Mile FinalWon by At Perry4 Mnrvin Tbomp-I son. Chicago, asmond; Frank Nugent, third. T1me-6:42. MEWS MISSOURI STATE CLOSED Two-Mile Final Won by Al Perry: Frank Nugent, second; Andy Baum. -third. Time--6:42. otilen Stars ,1 Hand Ian Takes 440 . I i , During Ice Program - Viewed by 4127 Fans , - , , By TOM OTTENAD. Handicapped by . a second-, lap spill lin the Men's South- , west Open 440-yard dash early 'in the progranWAlfred Perry 1 Jr., -newly'-crowned City skat- . . mg champion, finished- strong with firsts in ihe last, three , . - open races to m the Men's Southwest Open and the 3lis- i souri State title i , yesterday n the Silver Skates Carnival at the Arena. -- , , . , ; La Verne Dahni Ohio State sen- ;- kir women's champion from Cleve.. 1 Ian& won the - Globe-Democrat Trophy, enable- 1 4 ma tic of the Women's; Southwest Open championship, by the . , -- - simple procedure ....s ,, of -reversing Per- Ai ,r, r - ry's performance '' . il-,,t and winning the .4. .-,- --f4vmel two opening ,o.."2-11c.iil women-sr-aces ,,, , - before dropping . the last race on the card: -- . While Perry had ',only a 10- 1- -- point ,lead , going I Handlan. into the final race and' needed a 11 first to win in the ISouthwest Open, I be had things all ihis own way in I the Missouri State Competition, as he amassed 120 points to smother all opponents,for the state crown. t i - ' SYLVIA SCHULZ' i SECOND 1 Mildred Dietz, present women's 1 city champion, who finished i third , , behind Miss Dalin and Peggy Barber of Chicago in the Southwest competition, rang up 80 points to walk away with the women's state championship. Sylvia Schulz finished second, just 20 points be- -- hind.Miss Dietz, with Bette Manne J third. - ' I H I Spilled in the second lap of the -I men's Southwest, 440-yard dash, 1 Perry came up from the ice blaz-4 frig angry with himself, and spent i the rest of the -afternoon making up for his early mistake; , -1 -He walked away with the Miss- souri State 440 and then raced to ! a.first in the open 880-yard gruel- 1 ling drill. Edward Olsen of Cleveland paet!ci the pack all the way around to the last turn, skating a i. beautifully smooth race. Perry and Jimmy McCane, who had been fighting a neck-and-neck race at Olsen's heels all the way- around, were still hot on' his trail when Olsen's terrific speed carried him wide on that last turn, as he fought to a potential spill The Opening was enough and Perry flashed through- to- finish first, with Olsen recovering for second, and McCane taking third. ' The long, one-mile grind was to i Perry's liking - as: he followed 01- - sen, again the pace-setter, around until with two laps to -go the St. Louis skater put on a burst of speed that held until he crossed - the .line out in front of McCane for another first and. more points to his score. - , 1 - 1 - OLSENIRIGHT BEHIND Coming into the two-mile endu -1 ance contest, Perry . led the open , - Skaters with 60. points. Olsen, however, was right behind with 50, - With McCane in third with 40. A win for Olsen could have tied Perry or beaten him, while McCane , could have shared the title by win- . fling, if Perry or Olsen failed to I place. Little Jimmy went all out . for a win, as he moved from see-, ond place with three laps remaining to a fast and furious first 'place with two laps still left. But- . halfway around the second -last Ian, the clever little dynamo Continued on Next Page. $200,000 to $350,000 for 1 Phi Is if Sold, Is tRe p9r , By MID -FEDER, -.- , - . , ! , - - .- Associated Pees Sports Writer. NEW YORK, January 10.Dipping into the cracker barrel: That Phillies sale la again a-buzzire.lcousin. .. . The -word is the price Jaen be between $200,000 and $350,000, including the clubs debts. . ' And you may hear something . about it in ..a couple of weeks I if it :,. , goes through. ,-1 , ' .. ; - -- . - :, -. --- - - -'. ' - ' J I San-Francisco promoters are of: greatest first baseman of all time.' --. tering Tony Galento $7500 to -,.-, Well, Hal, , a guy named: tangle with Turkey Thompson in Chase was better than a green his first come- . : hand; too, . -..; Light-heavyweight, -:- back try. -, 1. . -, -1,,: i Champ Gus Lesnovich's lint fight No wonder Two- - ;since he's been in the Coast Guard; Ton is training - ---4.---, , imity be against Tami Mauriello In to make a hit ,''' -:1 ,,. the Garden lets in -February; - .1 tune out of . the 'I::: .014,,,: !Jim Norris ,,the Chicago Btadium'S' Beer Barrel - 7.. -,'''''w.--,' ' head man. is now a navy Captain' Polka again.. .'i . -'1,:ei,.1 s f I at the Pensacola,' in, base. i back try. No wonder Two-Ton is training - to make a, hit tune out of the 4 4.14., Beer Barrel , , Polka again.... The Dod grs ' now are think- - ins of doing 1 - thir spring - training at Dart- , mouth.... How 4;,..' do you think - Medwick would look in cap and 1 Galento. ' gown? Or Durocher, either, for that matter? Hal Chase b on a lour" of' the country, just to thew the fat with all his old pals. - Hs hit town last .week, went to Pittsburgh from here and then heads for the Coast. Says Frank Chance is the , I KEEP MOVING - - ' I.-- Dumb Dan Morgan, lb wortell ; free-style five-horse parlay champ. - : sees one iDsnefit from tbs closing i 1 of souls of tbs race tracks this ;-winter. , . . '1 gives boss play ors, tbs ivorld's most undsrnourContinued on Nest Page. el, AUTO DAMÄGED7 gc a. -, az. . .dertnyi,r1c1-1 AUTO BODYA,-; Ale.I.Lawhiblimbsd VINPAXY at 1, 1416111 DELIAARILVD. 1. Att, it forbelsoCH. 14161400 4 Tow"; i" I I I Illinois a ,, . . I' nd W ' isconsin ,1 1 i FINAL START OF HOMERS 8801 , ' ' '$200 000 frl $350 000 f or 11. , I . , , 1 t , I 111.1 ., n il-f Headliner , ,.,., . in Dig Ten ' , , , 4W . i ' .,-.''' 4 Phils if old is Report , BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. - ' ., - ' , 4,- t . t i '' , ..., CHICAGO, ILL., January 10.--The Westesn - Conference basket- -.1 I - By SID FEDER, - - - - ball race, which got away to a noisy and spectacular start Saturday , t ., ,, - : Asoociated Press Sports 1K'riter - night. is set for even more thunder tomorrow night when two of the - t- , - NEW YORK, January 10.Dipping into the cracker barrel: That Big Ten's foremost championship favoritesIllinois and Wisconsin . -- - - ,- ,,,, ' - . Phillies' eats la again a-buzzire, cousin. . The word is the pries . clash at Madison. teen be between $200,000 and $350,000, including the clubs debts. J. The contest will headline Mon- al 'scoring leaders. ,Wisconsin, al- -et- 1 And you may bear- something about it in a couple of weeks. if it . days resumption of conference ready' pcosessing the leagues 'icor- , - battling, in which Michigan will ing champion in Johnny Kotz, play at North- came up with another sharpshoot- .,,,,,,,z: o , - --- goes through. 1 , - , ' , -.......' . ,,,, -1,, , . 0,- , N,...- - ,, 4,. San-Francisco promoters are of-f greatest tint baseman of all time.' , western and In- er in Center Ray Patterson. Pat- la-, - - ,,.. s ,:-,-, tering Tony Galento $7500' to - ,, . Well, Hal, a guy named I , , , diana and Min- tenon got 19 points', the same .,000;,-- - , - tangle with Turkey Thompson In Chase was better than a green . .-' his first come- hand, too. . Light-heavyweight, nesota will seek number Andy Phillip, a converted -.---,,--. ' back try. . ' ''';', - , ,,,,, , - - , 4 t o supplicate guard,. collected at his new for- -- -00-- --- - -..- I - Champ Gus Lesnovichs lint fight ' No wonder Two- since he's been in the Coast Guard their victories of ward position for Illinois. ,., - r- ,---- T ,, on is training ,-.."4---, m may be against Tai Mauriello in s 4 ', ..A,,.', Saturday night - Kotz was held to 12 points, but , , alit over Ohio State it was his one-handed shot in the s .. , tune out of the Jim Norris the Chicago Eitadium'S " k and Iowa, re- last half-minute that brought vie.. B is r B a r r I e .,,,,,..' q spectively. ory and enabled Wisconsin to Polka again.. at the Pensacola, iris. base. , Wisconsin-and erase the conference's previous ' i the Garden lets in February. to make a hit I , , ' , doe ', Af , te ' 'head man, le now a navy Captain , a ,,e, t, 1 , Illinois in their high-game total of 119 points es- The D o d st's r ,- - ;114, 1. - -- I 4 st ', openers gave an tabliehed last year, when North- : ' now are think- ,- ' KEEP MOVING - -- -- i 4. impressive em ii d- western defeated Chicago, 89-50. int of doing . . .. I - Dumb Dan Morgan, 'the world . .,, 4- s. - - l h 121 I P r 1 n il ' ' - ', ' free-style five-horse parlay champ. - ', , onstration o f training at Dart- saes one benefit from the closing - why they are re- RETURN CLASH t I - Phillip. garded as two of ' Indiana, undefeated in eight do you think ,, ''' winter. ., the Big ,Ten's top title eireats. starts this season and regarded as WiSCOnlill outlasted Northwestiern a third big power in the 1943 title - -- , in a record-breaking scoring duel, race, replays Ohio State at Bloom- - , . -,7,--'-',-,----: - - - ' ' - 4 liedwick would era, the ivorld's most undersiour. t - --- ---p . -4 , , - , and ideate -- --4, r -7"-w-.0-,, I,. -t . gown? Or Durocher, either, ., ' V - ' , - ' , mouth.... How ';.!- .1- - f of some of the race tracks this GI' - at.4. - look in cap - 1 . 'I gives hogs ploy,. ' -., - -,,4 40 t '' - 1 , I -- Continued on Next Page. - I . 87-85, while the Illini ran up a 32-8 ington. The Buckeyes put on a --.''''', . . - '7-7 , - -e.. - - ,r''' 4 ' - -' '- 1,- -...oks a ' for that matter? L . . AIIAGE , .;,,,-..4' : , I lead over ' previously-unbeaten good argument in the first meet- , , , . . . I , . .. Hal Chase is on a "tour" of the d., 111 AUTO DD7 J Michigan before easing up to win, log, but lost out to Indiana in the I 1 . - - -.Staff photo country, just to thew the fat with m here and in the Southwest di- champion. w Cleveland by Miss LaVerne Dukm (right) to, try to even up matters for the at,- 4111 - a. 1 47-34. 1 last five minutes, 45-37. - , I , i Start of the lAromen's Southwest Open and Missouri State 880-yard final in the Silver Skates meet at the Arena t all ie ok pas. - He hit town -dl- poiNTs FOR pmuzp At Iowa City, thcHawkeyes will )innyIncr 1 1. AUTO 1ODYA , , Tbe gam also will bring le yesterday. The event was W011 , , omen's n. then heads for the Wallowillbsd CIIKPAIII1 i 1, O of Saturday's individu- Continued en treat Page. vision. ' , . Itroest week, l l went to Pittsburgh Ag.a. 2, 141414 II DELMAR ! tLVD tether two , - Coast SaYa Frank Chance le the OUCH. terbelsotit 6061-Loe a, vow, i.,,I, a 114 ' , a , . - . i , , - , , f , I ' - , . , . - ., 1 i t' . , , , , . t i t ' t . lib ' , t tftss-t- ' , s, ) i , s . t 1 - . , 1 M. M.. ... 1 c, ,, ..,. , ... e ur g a , Net ,,,., , t; - Pauline B4 -Woments grubbing -1 -,--- - ' By ASSOCIA . ZIEXICO CI' Francisco .(I the two-fist Court star, , w kv, e ltampions Anierican ten' today by clef Talbert of C , T ?linking Lilac( - in the final, 4 2--6, 6--43. After losing hi: , Talbert erne square the matc 4Y ,. . , 4,,........s.:, -, , )1 i . -Ir r , I'''- , '-: n a gr Tlk '13 ,-. ..4.4 -41 , -3. 41' , Miss Betz.. - holder, 6-2, 6-3 , The lemen's.doul went to Segura beat the Mexical . mando Vega and -lando, 6-4, 6--3, . Il 1 1 ; Fans Se f I 4 464 Clip Win By Associated Pr , CHICAGO, ILL an 'unusually rou rupted In the tt - Red Hamill and , started aiming c china instead of i cago Black Ham Detroit Red Win ! in a National Hoc before the large season here, 16,26 1 . Bruins Top ' Before 14,( 'By Associated Pi I BOSTON, MAS The Boston Brui possession of the League lead by I hind in the third ., 1- 5-evictory over pie Leafs tonigh Garden. Despite tire driving, thi: arch rivals drew the largest of the -I By. Associated PI NEW YORK, . Montreal Canadi down-trodden Na right through th the sub-basement ,I Hockey League I ing to an easy 7-t ' 13,375 cash custo Square Garden. HOCKEY Br Aaaociated Pres. National Montreal, : New Rolston. 5; To onto . Chicago, 2; 1.4tryi I CleeelankAg7V: Buffalo. J ; Iftrahe indianaprolio. a; PT , trAliebP1111 A ma Pio ti more ('matt Philadelphia Falcon, 1. 1 , (ti'' 1 It , ilinot . ,tn ig , CHICAGO, I ball race, which night. is set for 1 Big Ten's forem( liclash at Madison '' The contest wi ' day's resumptior batUing, In whic , s e"""'""st , I I 4 4,4, t , I . 4, Phillip. the Big 1Ten's t Wisconsin outlasi , in a record-break I 67-65, while the Il i lead ' over ' pr4 I Michigan 4 before i . 1 -- - la,, . , . . :- : - , . - , . I ' ' 1 i. I 1 .4w 2 1 . , , I , , 4, -- s.,. ''' '' ''-.- t"I' : ( P , , t Bilis. gazig Sloht-'gtmotrat on ag orntlig lanitarg 1 1043: , - -' ---- - - 3B - - ., ' t nt N b all 1 t ' - I. Jo - t ., AND - , - 11,1, al ' f ' : ' ' I 1 ? , , U . -:,: ; -- . . "........4.....6, ... , . ,..,, ; . . S ' , - SKATE . . . ' :I . , , - . ' eh 'lap ' , k - - LYE KA Bartholomew . ., . , , . . , , , . . agans 1 i , . ., , I - .1 - ' - - , . , . . , , . . . . , , i , , II : , 'Ti: .i r ,:ti., , ,. .,....,,,,, .., .....:,, , , . , , . , ,. . . ,----, , ,,.....,.., ! r-,----, cr 74:,,,,,,. Winner , . , ,,,,,, ... -1 ,, ,,,.,,,,,,,. ....., ,,..,..... , ,AR.,,.., 4, ,, ,,i, , ,s . , Servil(e , , 1 . .; , ,....1,,,,,,,, -,,,,-, f , .,,, , -.40 ' '. ' 'rtir 'i , ' ' . ' ...,.....,:.......1,1,40.-, r.: 0....."..,:, .,40.1:::- il"."..;:,:. Atito. t , ......it - - - - - - - - - - - - ,, ,N1 1,, 474 : ) ..01:',4:,,'.0? A. , 4. 0; ,,p,,, :.:(,,....i.,11 ,i -''' .... ., r i, , Set-Ups , ick--,--s ; tis. , , .. ' SILVER SKATES La , 1 , ,, , 1E7 1 J.,.... ,..;,c....41! 1: - Segura beats , , ,.. t.t . , .-.1 . , to , k V. a Mt ,, , , , 4 ). - , , til.) ,t, t- .,,,, t ,,,, le ,..:44.,. , , 1 , POINT STANDINGS ': '-- . ,1..3; al "11"N; ,.- 11 mSktli'llitl ' 1 k ' , - CSA41'.. 1 ( ti .,.s.. "-... , , POINT STANDINGS. OS 'VI, - :.." ' '14,.--.40: ' i.i'n'ocirti4-'''''t.'-', : If - - ' ,.1 '' ' t ,, ... , . , ,, ,e Dietz ,..,,,;,...., --,,,,, , MEN'S SOUTHWEST ()PKN. - 1. A. Perry J. 90 4. M. Themovea :410 , y . ,, 4 0, ::::, ',A..r ,. ,., '.., 2. Edward Orlsea 30 3. Bob Crowley 20 :, . . ,. ( ,, . , - or' 'A i t-75'w- - , ,,,,,,-z f .,.. , t 0, -, --st - . , . ,r- ---' ',, , ,,-,. f --,... --.. 3 J mptz t."Nn; MIS3,:06C11.I AT FranSTkI4E7. 1tent III ' ' wwwisiv,- -..--. lie :1.: 't"-4,,''-4 I. A. Perry Jr. 120 4. Frank Nugent 30 flI .1,1 , - - ; , -1 core '-1----;'', -- ' - ' , , , ' 2- J MeCatte 60 IL Aady BallISA . 10 3. Glee Martin 20 - ' 11. - . : : ,.: S.4.1) rib'''. 4.' I i Ax,. . 40 m., WOMEN'S SOUTHWEST OPEN'. .omen St r,s , , .-.4..,.: - ,-, 4.01,41; i'''',,,,-::,41I '..'-' - ' ::-, -9 .. . : 1 - '' - e F I By JACK RICE. - , . - ,,r ''',, ,i, .,::. ' r 4, d Amo: ''' ''' ti ' NI. ' .. ... ' '...11-.,'n , ; 1 1.averueDabm 80 3. Mildrd Diets 30 e ' .' : - .1.... ',ft.:7 , ,, IL Peggy Barber 60 4. Sylvia &hubs 10 4 , WOMEN'S MISS'OUR1 STATIC. - -lib'et,siiI'd s.:00:. , ,:: Raftery-Eagan continued its i -- 1. Mildred Itlets SO 4. Julia Grogan 10 Handlan Takes 440 2. sylsia Schulz 60 ,6. Blab Delde 10 , ., t. t; - Pauline Betz Takes headlong rush away from the .), . JU TTE. ng & Bette Menne 20 - ! NIOR MEN'S MISSOUB1 SA Duri Ice Program other members of the 3tuny t I r '..: ...: - 1. S. Burke ttiet 40 $. Carl Schulz 30 - . -Woments Crown by (1 , , J. llberk 40 4 Rusereeht 10 . S. 21: BaBurld hiltILTdrelEsweRV14117CIIDE ITTI:re'relkmm"airtirsär. 10 ' ':. ' I - noon, defeating the atural - . . - Viewed by 4127 Fans 1 Soccer Assocation's "Big F- ,.- ' grubbing Doris Hart six" division yesterday after- ;:. -i , 1 1 , ' . : . N '-,1 --,!. , ,,.: I I Ha :,.. I, --, ,' 3' Bob 11" Nti-rt.h....,.. 1....... ..,..-- - . ' By TOM OTTENAD. 1 I -ietz 1, , ; , , Stars akes 440 i! Program r 4127 Fans OTTENAD. i t by a second- e Men's South- - yard dash early a;'Alfred,Perry vned City skatfinished strong the last, three i in the Men's , d the n an 3lis- i le yesterday in Ltes Carnival at - , t . -, ; ri Ohio from State sen- , npion e-Demm Cleve.. - Globe-Democrat E , . ,:,, , , ,,,..., r , - ,A ..,..k,a--, ,::,,,,,A,,,, ., . ...., l II dbul. -:- an - ice and needed a , 1 e Southwest Open. I al hi own way in I i te tompetition, as points to smother . the state crownZ' SECOND 1 present women's ,1 .. Its1,,11 i , ' I ,f: '..:, ,... ,:,., "... - - , ' - - , ,, ' 5 -1 , , , . , ,, --. -, - f'd- 1 ,' - - - , , . .. . .,. , , ';: ,.,, ,, 4,,,t;' ,,,.de,, , in ::- ,., ". 0, 4k.i'''''.0. ' ' ' ,. ' - 'z'',..,.. 1 , ...S....-..f.,j) .,.. t.' .'.' ....... t ,,'''''', ,.. ,,,SPN, .,a,,,,,,1? . , i,,''''''t.?1;,' - , , ' ''','S,.;','-i, '5,, ''''''','. ,, !'-.' sr' 4c, ',,e.:). S',. 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