The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on November 20, 1945 · 15
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · 15

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Scalpers Draw Blanks for Service Game WASHINGTON Nov 18 (A'— Col Riff Jones graduate manager of athletics at West Point assured Inquiring senators Monday that scalpers have little chance of getting tickets for the Army-Navy football game The game will be played at Philadelphia on Dec 1 Sen Langer (R) North Dakota raised the question of scalpers a couple of weeks ago in a senate speech He said it had gotten so a poor man couldn't take his family to the service game because "speculators racehorse touts and scalpers" are demanding $25 to $50 a ticket for the pasteboard Acting Chairman Edwin C Johnson of the senate military affairs committee wrote Jones asking for his comments - Jones said 98593 tickets were printed for this year's spectacle the Army Athletic Assn to distribute half the Navy Athletic Assn the other half Members of the athletic association get 39990 tickets 2400 seats are reserved for the Cadet cheering section and band and 7000 tickets are allotted to government officials members of congress the press athleti directors ant so on That accounts for the Army's half of the tickets Members of the Army Athletic Assn were allowed to apply for rot to exceed 4 "personal use" tickets and up to six non-personal use tickets The demand was so great from the groups he mentioned that no tickets are available this year for the general public Declaring there is no direct or Indirect sale or arrangement with scalpers Jones wrote: - "At the present time scalpers undoubtedly are soliciting orders from prospective purchasers of such Army-Navy tickets as the scalpers hope to get "Eradicating scalpers is well righ impossible as demonstrated by the inability of federal state and city authorities to handle black market operations during the war Ticket scalpers are in business in every city and town - where there is a popular spectacle for which the ticket demand exceeds the supply "We do all we can at this end - to prevent tickets from falling into the hands of scalpers We urge our members to exercise the utmost care in determining the ultimate receiver and user of football tickets issued them for our games "We keep a complete record (section row and seat) of every ticket allotted to all individuals We make every effort to learn seat numbers of such tickets we can readily identify the person to whom such ticket was issued by this office Our long standing policy has been to blacklist any member whose tickets find their way- into the hands of scalpers no matter what the circumstances" He added- he was satisfied no member has profited by such a ticket transaction Senate Assured No Tickets Will Be In Dealers' Hands They'll Do It Every Time 0 Oklahoma A & M 0 Indiana 0 Northwestern 0 Missouri 0 California Cotorado College 0 Penn 0 Minnesota 0 Washington State 0 Notre Dame Pittsburgh 0 TexaaChristian 0 Southern California Tulsa 0 Pennsylvania Nebraska Kentucky 0 MissisA'ippi State Princeton I am Address City AIN'T PEOPLE SAPS ?( THEY TAKE THEIZ - NAPS - IN THE LIVING 1ZOOM APTEZ DINNETZ-- 3 - - 21 Football Predicting Contest Mall or Bring List to Football Contest Editor Salt Lake Tribune-Telegram (This list must be postmarked by 6 p m Friday) Win Win Tie o o o 0 Pepsi-Coa Company Long !stand CilyN Franchised Bottler: BIRRELL BOTTLING COMPANY A OtO 1120 fteason for selection on star game LOS ANGELES Nov 19 (UP) --Senor Arturo Godoy will spot 10 years oe youth to the up-and-coming Johnny Haynes Tuesday night at Olympic auditorium but the Chilean champion of South America is favored to make the Texas Negro just another stepping stone in his comeback bid for the heavyweight title PHILADELPHIA Nov 19 (IT') —The signing or Johnny Nee St Petersburg Fla as a new baseball scout was annOunced Monday by the Philadelphia Phils Nee recently resigned from the New York Yankees after being a Yankee scout since 1926 NEW YORK Nov 19 upi— Edgehill stablels He Rolls away from the winner's circle since midsummer found the sloppy Pimlico racing strip to his liking Monday and defeated four rivals in the $3500 Arlington purse BERLIN Nov 19 (UP) — The Berlin kommendatura the allied military group commanding Berlin Monday night ordered German sports clubs to eliminate boxing mountain climbing jiu-jitsu and seven other sports which "tend to promote military preparedness" z it :a 11110- : fHEINI THEY HIT THE HAY AND MAME THEY STAN' AWAIE ALL NIGRT WITH 11-1EiR READING Ohio State Oklahoma Purdue Illinois Kansas UCLA Colorado A & M Cornell Wisconsin Washington Tu lane Penn State Rice Oregon State Arkansas Cornell Iowa Tennessee Mississippi Yale o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o o o o 0 o o o 0 V 0 0 0 o - 0 oo 0 0 o o 0 - One person may send in as many roupon as appear during the wee in this paper but no inditidital can win more than one prize each week if any person predicts 20 games correctly in accordance with contest regulations he wiii be paid $50 in war bonds and stamps In case more than two persons select 20 games correctly a limit of $100 in war bonds and stamps will be divided among a' those submitting the correct entry and giving the most logical reasons for their selections on the star game Imply indicate which teams You expect to win or whether you expect a tie no not attempt to estimate the correct score In case no person correctly predicts 20 games prizes will be awarded as follows: eirst prize-510 in war tamps Kecond prize---$5 in war Marone the prize of $I each in war stamps In the eent three or Mere persons tie for first prize 1120 in war stamps will he diiided among them and other prizes will be eliminated in the event only one person wins Mit prige hut a number of entries tie for second the third price will he eliminated and CY paid each secondaries winner up a limit of $15 in war stamps After which the prize money will he evenly divided hen more then five entrants tie for third place Tribune and Telegram sports writers will select the five beet "reasons for selection" and these fly will he awarded the prires An entrant picking 117 winners in any one week's competitinn autoniatically qualifies for the blaster predictOre contest to be conducted the final week of the season for a $50 war bond Tribune and Telegram employee are not eligible to enter Tribune Coupon SPORTS NEWS IN BRIEF CLEVELAND Nov 19 Richard (Dick) Stosh 50 national A A U lightweight boxing champion in 1914 died Sunday night of a skull fracture suffered in a fall He won the title in Boston PHILADELPHIA Nov 19 UPS— Morris C Rath 58 former second baseman for the Philadelphia Athletics shot and killed himself Sunday Delaware County Deputy Coroner George C Toppitzer reported DARMSTADT Germany Nov 19 UP)—The undefeated Third infantry regiment spearheaded by the fleet Texan Jack Mitchell defeated the 100th infantry division football team 26 to 7 here Saturday for its ninth straight victory SPOKANE Wash Nov 19 UP) —Glen Wright former player with the Hollywood Stars baseball team and a -member of several major league clubs in the 1920s has been named manager of the Spokane Indians for the 1946 revival of the Western International league Owner Sam Collins said Monday BALTIMORE Nov 19 (IP) — Mrs Ambrose Clark's stable leading steeplechase money winner for the last four years was barred from raring in Maryland Monday following laboratory tests which the Maryland racing commission said showed her horse Cosey winner of the jumps at Pimlico Nov 14 was stimulated HOUSEWIVES Drive Out and Buy FRESH EGGS for Your Holiday Cooking! ANDERSON POULTRY FARM 2174 So 3rd East 7-1065 By Jimmy Ilatio Kochan Scores Knockout Over Evans BALTIMORE Nov 19 (In—Displaying complete mastery in every round Whirlwind Georgie Kochan 172-pound heavyweight- from Akron O knocked out Reedy Evans 166 of Chicago in the fifth stanza of the scheduled 10-round main event Monday night Woods Gains Nod In Dull Bout NEW YORK Nov 19 (UP)—To the accompaniment of persistent booing and stamping Lou Woods Detroit middleweight floundered to a unanimous 10-round decision over Johnny (The Clutch) Lawer of Cleveland before 2692 irate fans at St Nicholas arena Monday night It was the dullest bout witnessed in New York in many months Referee Al Berle threatened to stop it several times and warned both fighters particularly Lawer to try to fight at least Henry Cops Fight ITOLYOKE Mass Nov 19 —George (Wildcat) Henry 155 of New Bedford closed with a savage two-fisted attack on the body to give a unanimous 10-round decision over Joe Reddick 157 of Paterson N J in the Valley arena's feature bout Monday night before a 1500 crowd Lewis Cops Bout DETROIT Nov 19 (JP—Char (Cabey) Lewis 127 of New York punched out an easy 10- round decision over Al Gomez 1341 of Chicago before a slim gathering of 962 customers at Arena Gardens Monday night Bartolo Victor NEW ORLEANS Nov 19 (— Boxing cleverly and punching sharply throughout N B A featherweight champion Sal Bartok of Boston won the unanimous verdict of the referee and two judges over Jock Leslie of Flint Mich in a 10-round bout here Monday night Terranova Scores Kayo STAMFORD Conn Nov 19 On Phil Terranova 127 Bronx N Y knocked out Oscar Lewis 133 Newark N J in 2:55 of the fifth of their scheduled 10-round fight at Columbus hall Monday night Terranova had trouble reaching his taller rangy opponent until a righthand smash caused Lewis to drop his guard in the fifth Medina Wins Bout PARIS Nov 19 (UP)--Theo Medina French flyweight and bantamweight champion outpointed Jackie Paterson of Glasgow rated as the world's flyweight champion In a 10-round bout Monday night Rain Halts Grill Drill ANNAPOLIS Md Nov 19 (UP)--Hard rains forced cancellation of football practice at the naval academy Monday but Coach Oscar Hagberg said that drills would be resumed Tuesday in preparation for the Army game at Philadelphia on Dec 1 GENERAL TAKES ON ALL BETS NEW YORK Nov 19 UP— Lt Gen Robert L Elehelberger former West Point superintendent and now commander of the Eighth army has made a standing offer to the navy to cover all bets on the Army-Navy football game C B S Correspondent William J Dunn cabled from Tokyo "So far" Dunn said Monday "one admiral has turned up with $10" rOPIt 1945 KING FEATURFR SYNDICATE t WnItt ittfrc111 "Farming Is one of Utah's foundation Industries Normally about 30 per cent of Utah's agricultural production Is consumed by Utah's miners their families and those dependent on mining for a livelihood" METAL MINING INDUSTRY OF UTAH ittor 0 WHO CAN DENYcompARED WITH 14 MOTHER'S LOVE- "THE MOUNTAiN At4 A14T -1111- AND mE OCEkN A BOWL OF WATER - V 1 Pat 01 Ever Will Scores Bay Meadows Win SAN MATEO Cal Nov 19 (W) —Charging to the front in a stretch drive Ever Will scored a three-length win Monday in the feature race at Bay Meadows Big Ripple ran second and Vinum took third in a photo finish with Doc Maxim The time for the mile was 1:48 on a heavy track The winner owned by C Valois of Roscow Cal and ridden by Gene Pederson of Rowley Ia paid $1190 $610 and $540 Big Ripple returned $580 and $480 and Vinum $370 A 0 A L L E Y II A A N N i E T H E G U 11 P S A T H E J I G G S 0 1 D 0 N A L D D U C K PM YOU -MINK rr ovEr ABOUT US COIN' N BUSINESS :10GETHEg SKEEZIX! HM-11-IK ARTILE MERELY TATE4 THAT THE E3091E6 OF A MAN AND WOMAN WERE FOUND AND TI-IIR 5 LIII-A6E FULL OF MONEY -- I 1 - i 0 - A - 4 P C l' 1 s ' 7-' -- ---- ----- — -'5a :':a - -:--- - -1 -7- 7F1- !'- s t J TI-4i4 14 AN EXTREME' EMERGENCY! CONNECT ME WIT1-1 sENERAL COTTON-GIN AT LANGLEY 1 FIELD VIRGINIA t 1!!t!' "7 1 c 0: i l'A: -: ie: -- -- --ma f ' -17" I Z7:' ' : Sammy Byrd Wins Azalea Open Golf Tournament MOBILE Ala Nov 19 UPI— Sam Byrd of Detroit blazed in with a three-under-par 69 to win the $10000 Azalea open golf tournament Monday by one stroke in a playoff with Dutch Harrison of Little Rock The win gave the stocky former New York Yankee outfielder first prize money of $2000 in victory bonds Harrison who wound up with a 70 took second prize money of $1333 in Victory bonds Q OF COURSE SOMETWING MAY TURN CP IN 114E WAY OF 4 JOS The two professionals were forced into an extra round when they ended up regular play Sunday with duplicate scores of 283 Byrd former New York Yankee outfielder actually won the match on the 391-yard 15th bole when lanky ex-caddy Harrison discharged from the army air corps two months ago took a two-overpar six Byrd was down in a regulation four You DON'T NEED 10 STALL I KNOW WHAT OLIVE TRINKINr--- Y dr 14A1 WILMECZ IS A HEEL AN' A 14ALFWIT AN A VIZIR I OON'T BLAME YOU Irtt)116-- 1(i --- I'M NO-1 AN' ' 6LIC14 - t21 I tIjt eSalt Cake Ttribunt Tuesday Nov 20 1945 15 Speedboat Records Fall in Regatta INDIO Cal Nov 19 (—Two world motorboat speed records were broken here Sunday in the fifth annual Salton sea regatta Tom Hill Alameda Cal set a record of 80178 miles per hour in the 135-cubic-inch inboard class and TOIT1 Dewitt Phoenix Ariz broke the class A hydroplane record with a speed of 46899 miles over a five-mile course WILMEg WAS A SAP A W4R1 AN' A OCIP Strr saY PD TWE AeMst g DO A J05 ON K141 OS I ANNIEOULDN'T WAVE KNOWN 4JV4A1 CARDS WELD- YET BI-IE CALLAD EVERY ONE PERFECTLY! 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Football Predicting Contest Bay Meadows Wm tn i Knockout )en Golf Tournanient Speedboat Records t t Blanks for Ma" or Bring List to Football Contest Editor SAN MATEO Cal Nov 19 UP) 01 —Charging to the front in a r 11 Regatta I' Salt Lake Tribune-Telegram Over Eva Sam Byrd of Detroit blazed in with ns stretch drive Ever Will scored ti MOBILE Ala Nov 19 U1'1-- The two professionals were 1 a In Service Game This list must be postmarked by 6 p m Friday) three-length win Monday in the The into an extra round when ' INDIO Cal Nov 19 UP)—Two I BALTIMORE Nov 19 UP)—Dis- feature race at Bay Meadows a three-under-par 69 to win the Win Win Tie they ended up regular play Sunda Y world motorboat speed records playing complete mastery in every Big Ripple ran second and $10000 Azalea open golf tourna- --- Senate Assured No Ilichigan 0 ' Ohio State 0 0 i k t b d with duplicate scores of 283 were broken here Sunday in the round Whirlwind Georgie Kochan Vinum took third in a photo finish ment Monday y one sroe n a Oklahoma A & M 0 Oklahoma El 0 Byrd former New York Yankee fifth annual Salton sea regatta Tickets Will Be Indiana 0 Purdue 0 13 172-pound heavyweight- from Ak- with Doc Maxim The time for playoff with Dutch Harrison of Byrd ' regatta outfielder actually won the match Tom Hill Alameda Cal set a ron O knocked out Reedy Evans the mile was 1:48 on a heavy Little Rock El O 166 of Chicago in the fifth on the 391-yard 15th bole when record of 80178 miles per hour in In Dealers' Hands Northwestern 0 Illinois track Missouri 0 Kansas 0 0 stanza of the scheduled 10-round The win gave the stocky former ' The winner owned by C Valois lanky ex-caddy Harrison dis - the 135-cubic-inch inboard class - main event Monday night WASHINGTON Nov 18 (Ai— Cafornia 0 UCLA 0 0 of Roscow Cal and ridden by New York Yankee outfielder first charged from the army air corps and Tom Dewitt Phoenix Ariz I 0 A M 0 y 1 Col Biff Jones graduate' manager Colorado College Colorado A & CI Woods Gains Nod $1190 $610 and $540 Gene Pederson of Rowley Ia Rpip-aid bonds Harrison rize mone y who wound of 2000 in victory two months ago took a two-over- broke the class A hydroplane ree- 1 Penn 0 Cornell 0 0 - of athletics at West Point assured I ple returned $580 and $480 and with a 70 took second prize money par six Byrd was down in a ord with a speed of 46899 miles t ' Minnesota 0 Wisconsin O El Vinum $370 of $1333 in Victory bonds regulation four over a five-mile course v ' In Dull Bout inquiring senators Monday that Washington State 0 Washington 0 0 scalpers have little- chance of i Pittsburgh Notre Dame 0 -Tulane Penn State 0 0 NEW YORK Nov 19 (UP)—To the accompaniment of persistent — ' getting tickets for the Army-Navy -- -'-":--7'Zis' 1 OF COURSE '7 YOU PONT NEED 10 114A1 WILMECZ IS I'M NO-1 I WILIviEg WAS A SAP 9 1 0 0 0 p - 14ect i football game YES SOMETWING MAY a STALL I KNOW A HEEL AN A Ii4iNKINC il A WART AN' A OOP t ' ' ' 0 Rice ' 0 0 booing and stamping Lou Woods A 1- 0J 0 YOU THINK II TURN UP IN 'NE -- MAT YOUE TRINKINr-7 14ALFMT 1 ANvo' A r ANN' SUCI4 A strr FOY PIO TWE 42701 ' t ' I - The game will be played Texas Christian at Detroit middleweight floundered c lOVEIZ ABOUT US WILMEg WAY OF A JOS Southern California 0 Oregon State o cr to a UnalliMOUS 10-round decision 1? I COIN' N BUSINESS I Do Y DOPY Nr- --AING! II DO A J03 ON HINIr f ': Philadelphia on Dec 1 - tribute half the Navy Athletic -“ i a luoLetez Levu- AeLeeittay zeibeet 'to ANNIe4couLDNT iAvE I4AWAI -rweN TI-1E LAMP WAS TURNED WO TEN FEET AWAY FROM IT! 'YOU JUST MUST t : bef n KNOWN WI-141 CARDS 1 JUST SOME OFP----rwEN ON AGAIN --- PULLED 'YET SOMEBODY-- OR wave 1-1140 A it Assn the other half Members of one person may send in as many roupon as appear during the wee in ore a 1500 crowd the athletic association get 3991)0 -this paper hut uo inditidetal can U in more than one prize each week- p 1-4ELD- YET BI-IE CALLii0 TRICK I DISTINC11-sf 504VJ TI-ft al IT ? SOmE s'aiNG DiD IT! BAD DREAM 1 it any person predicts 20 games correctly in accordance with contest LeWiS Cops Bout EVERY ONE PeRrec--nx ! OF COURSE- CI-iAIN-PULL JERKED for the Cadet cheering e 1 --- tickets 2400 seats are reserved regulations he 4 Ili be paid $50 in war hond and stamps In case more than - ' II 5kE SAID TI-IAT THIE :i ering sctio n and 1:41 Pl""mg:Velitsd"t among garr e ree tlZrseLliy a htnigrlinligt V SiieeVrreT w t entry bonds an d g fl 8 y 1nt:rntre the DETROIT Nov 19 (JP)-Charles 0 i JI 111 mat -- GHOST -TOLD HER - ''' z s Ye -1 - band and 7000 tickets are allotted most itittical reasons for their selections on the star game (Cabey) Lewis 1271i of New A - ---- -N - simply Indicate which teama vou expect to win or whether ou expect Ws - to government officials members a tie un not attempt to estimate the correct score: - 7 York punched out an easy 10- N -II N - t of congress the press athleti In case no person correctly predicts 20 games prizes will be awarded round decision over Al Gomez - 0- - - - MY Iff E E7j ' - m ono : 4 0 JO directors ant so on That accounts elm preze—SIO in war stamPe 1341i of Chicago before a slim - : for the Army's half of the tickets reecond prize-45 in war stamps gathering of 962 customers at J: -i 1 - '- 4 - - 1 tri - 11J 1 Members of the Arm h Assn ere alloed to apply for 11 I live prizes of al each in war stampa A e y Athletic in te ?Vent three or mwre persons tie for first prize 1120 In war stamps Arena Gardens Monday night - i : - 01 qo ' 7 1 3 ' It ww ' win hs idnivtiadesarmnotnognityheomnesedroo9tnhetwr ipnrolzisintwiplirmebe e m blilit lanantelidrither of entries N - ti dIL i 1 — ll ' - - 4 not to exceed 4 "personal use" tie for second the third prire will he eliminated and CV paid each second- Bartolo Victor " 404' - Amimpi-' - at I - $1--:- i -17 - r place winner up a limit of 515 In war stamps Atter which the prize money N - 7-- 5 i - - ! tickets and up to six non-personal 11 :e n ?& -:'' 111: 111':' ' 1 :91""rt''"11 n 1 L--1 ( I will be evenly divided -- - - - ! use tickets When more than five entrants t ie for third place Tribune and Telegram NEW ORLEANS Nov 19 (JP-1 :: - ! ti milli -i ? t - - - — - the groups he mentioned that no - - aport writers will select the five heat reason for selecton 'i" and these five Boxing cleverly and punching - i ' --- - c -' The demand was so great from will be alearded th prizes ' -e0'' 1r-"' 11 r' ‘i 1 rontest to be conducted the final erwght champion Sal Bartolo of Any entrant picking I winners in an y one week's competition auto- feath- sharply throughout N B A E f i - -it 'F 11 I i 1 niatically qualifies for the Master pct ei - e - - i A I: tickets are available this year for week of the season for a S50 war hood redior r ' ' '1 ' t the general public - Tribune and Telegram employee are not eligible to enter Boston won the unanimous verdict - -- - Declaring there is no direct or Tribune Coupon Of the referee and two judges over Jock Leslie of Flint Mich in a I indirect sale or arrangement with 'n !I 01' ' 1110141 -ANDY 5AID -THAT WoIRT1-1 imvEri6A-ne46 - Ju4TAN::ITI-tER HUNCI-t- ' 10-round bout here Monday night scalpers Jones wrote: - A MAN AND WOMAN I OF COUR6E- E32-T ---- VANI-HED wriz T1404 AIR- ----- '-- i - 1 "At the present time scalpers undoubtedly are soliciting orders SPORTS NEWS IN BRIEF Terranova Scores Kayo T Hm--mK ARTICLE MERELY TATE4 THAT 9 -E3Irt5 COMMITTED THE WE CAN'T PIN OUR MURDER OF OLD HCfE oN 611r04 NOT A ri-1RE0 OF EVIPEAE TO' re 1 ---- L------- n ----- -r- - from prospective purchasers of STAMFORD Conn Nov 19 UPI THE 15091E6 OF A MAN MR MYTH -- 9IM5Y-- niE PAk To ANDYjc 4 ----- -- such Army-Navy tickets as the ' Phil Terranova 127 Bronx N ANO WOMAN WERE FOUND 1 - 02'"777-7rItqf"20 i (Cy r ' 1 LOS ANGELES Nov 19 (UP) CLEVELAND Nov 19 UPI- E AND THEIR -SLIITCA6E 1- scalpers hope to get Y knocked out Oscar Lewis 133 " 1 :' r''- - -4-N i IsVLIGUL: FULL OF MONEY "Eradicating scalpers IS Well - Senor Arturo Godoy will spot Richard (Dick) Stosh 50 national Newark N J in 2:55 of the fifth ''' : l' I -:71:-- 10 years oe youth to the up-and- g -"-s- -' 4 :oilerr"' ' ' 4 : 4- 4 r7 ' ° 1 :::' t- ''' t ' lk 1 :' -:714141:77E" :1ii:- '''"14 -7rCA:-4:-:-E -riot:: 1 - -'7":"! righ impossible as demonstrated A AU lightweight boxing cham- of their scheduled 10-round fight NIt 11 ' by the inability of federal state "ming Johnny Haynes Tuesday pion in 1914 died Sunday night of at Columbus hall Monday night it 4o to N- 1 A -------- eli - -- Vi - : -'--' 4 - N- 7 '4711)1P-?' e0 t '' '-' '''- i : - ''-----'1 I -- - - i 2 1- -17-71L1 night at Olympic auditorium but G At 4f and city authorities to handle a skull fracture suffered in a fall FP 1"- Fe t' - - - '-10 eF --: ' ''13i ''''-'11k 15 - ''' E - --- -- 1 1 ' L 1 : black market operations dug the Chilean champion of South e Won e title in Boston Terranova had trouble reaching his taller rangy opponent until a U -- ' 4er' 4: -- 0 - V : --: - r c - '-' N F - ' s -- t ' '—'- ' '''' --' ' ''''" -i - r' " '' i " ' 'O'2-'-' ' ' :'"''' '''' ''' 411111111111-"S: ceeds the supply PHILADELPHIA Nov 19 L ' ' t- America is favored to make th H th ttl Bt e ' the war Ticket scalpers are rin in righthand smash caused Lewis to - - 2 1 ) ' 4 ' fl '1 'I - r 114--- 1 z - -i - - Texas Negro just another stepping II- 1 ct :' e' : - - ------ 1 NI t -Ni I business in every city and town PHILADELPHIA Nov 19 UPI- drop his guard in the fifth 31 A stone in his comeback bid for the I 0 - S'Dt"-4 where there is a popular spectacle Morris C Rath 58 former second heavyweight title 1 ! for vvhich the ticket demand ex- baseman for the Philadelphia Ath- 31C(Iilla Wins Bout - P - --1- -: r 1 --- fitij( ' - ' 1 - T') letics shot and killed himself Sun PARIS Nov 19 - (UPI-Theo S 7 ---- 1 IF u - -oil ' : '-:------(--------r--- r-------- 411i ---------- - )k -' ‘‘T cvw- "We do all we can at this end - :A1 4 !v ( ' - - : I i - o preent icets from falling into - -- 1 The signing of Johnny Nee St day Delaware County Deputy Medina French flyweight and ban- - -- - -----4 sr- 1 1 fi f :- - 1--- tv tk z - ----- I 1 Petersburg Fla as a new baseball Coroner George C Toppitzer re- tamwei e1 1111!02' t i the hands of scalpers We urge scout was announced Monday by ported ght champion outpointed - Jackie Paterson of Glasgow rated 4 '1 j our members to exercise the ut- - I the Philadelphia Phils Nee re- as the world's flyweight champion - I most care in determining the ulti- -cently resigned from the New DARMSTADT Germany Nov in a 10-round bout Monday night t mate receiver and user of football York Yankees after being a 19 1211-The undefeated Third in-WS ""21 ' Acetav e9cA - Vordley - 4-- WHEN I BAILED z ' YE GADS rGivE mO THE tckets issued them for our games Yankee t i 1926 ' 1 alok - 4: i anee scou since - ' cs 1 e PVEY7 70 I AA611)1 ‘ A --- ' 'r -5 -:"' 011T WE-THWELI7TTLE CAN TI E THE E- " TIME to JUMPED AND we "We keep a complete record fantry regiment spearheaded by II - Rain halts Grill Drill n Tki4 14 AN EXTREME T0 6E r t'iDyCE- i --v i CNER G I ESMAT (section row and seat) of every NEW YORK Nov 19 Uri- the fleet Texan Jack Mitchell de- EMERGENCY ? AB017 6i--DER ! --14 ((-7"-- NtT--------- BAHAMA BANKS 1 BOMBERS PRESENT - t-- - ----1- AN1D THE INDICATED 1705iTiON I ticket allotted to all individuals Edgehill stable?'s He Rolls away feated the 100th infantry division ANNAPOLIS Md Nov 19 31 i CONNECT ME WITI-4 TRgbil5 FR041 : 07WE 1L ' I : We make every effort to learn from the winner's circle since mid- football team 26 to 7 here Satur- (UP) Hard rains forced cancella- 1 GENERAI- COTTON Al FREND WI 4 1) -- e Fula SPEED WAS :GIN AT LANGLEY ' -THE OFNERAL f — 250 M PH ! - -:-:'2 STOP iT seat numbers of such tickets we summer found the sloppy Pimlico day for its ninth straight victory tion of football practice at the na- val academy Monday but Coach L I FIELD VIRGINIA l 4440 ----------14 t-e: - e ticket was issued by and defeated four rivals in --- 50ME can readily identify the person to racing strip to his liking Monday - !!''orle- i $T iz :fk:tkvihr '- HOW! whom such the SPOKANE Wash Nov 19 UP) Oscar Hogberg said that drills - - A - r r' '71- - t (0012 14 - -: this office ' $3500 Arlington purse -Glen Wright former player with ould be resumed Tuesday in prep w- N - - i --- WELL iT5 ir aration for the Army game at -- --s- ---- --7-- ' --- s "Our long standing policy has the Hollywood Stars baseball team BERLIN Nov 19 (UP) - The Philadelphia on Dec 1 -N- 4--- 11 - - b'- JACK Tk FS IS GOING TO BOMB re J--'-:' blacklist any Berlin kommendatura the allied and member f l a -mr o several major G -- v-c-F-1-- - 11- '' ciNDy--- y 'Km:AN is AHINGTON i - cf-3 4'' been to y member a - P -- t whose tickets find their way into league clubs in the 1920s has been - ii THAT B-'29 THAT AND NEw YORK - "-el military group commanding Berlin - 91 oLf- ' t 1 named manager of the Spokane WAS GOiNG To - -- IT VvAS 'AT Ii e ‘ bils the hands of scalpers no matter ?Ionday night ordered German Indians for the 1946 revival of the j !----' 11 - '11 t A ittO BREAK UP 000 FEET A A 10ND I I Ps-' Vio C :11--- what the circumstances" I sports clubs to eliminate boxing HuRRICANO wrrH HEADiNG FOR r : 7'y I Is i !i':- Western International league GENERAL TAKES A - - - - 4A r01 ' loori : ccrom BOMBS -- - THE A iRWAYS 1 I 1' i i : :s ' He added- he was satisfied no mountain climbing jiu-jitsu and - 4 -- 4 -- --- l Owner Sam Collins said Monday I ---- 1 ON ALL BETS c ---------- j : ' 1 member has profited by such a seven other sports which "tend to ticket transaction promote military preparedness" BALTIMORE Nov 19 UPI - --0"' - I NEW YORK Nov19 UP 1 - li::--T--: Mrs Ambrose Clark's stable lead- K -7'' ----- - --" it 1 ' -I ing steeplechase money winner for I- er ' jill'' f ' -- the last four years was barred litGen Robert L Eichelber- e -: -- '':1:-' :'! - Tops from raring in Maryland Monday ger former West Point super- ' 1 - 110 "' ' -' t '' following laboratory tests which intendent and now commander e:' ' - '' the Maryland racing commission of the Eighth army has made T THE E PLACE THAT -P N I DiD'T MEAN THAT EXACTLY- snaeird osthotwnee d j uhme her oarts ep Pimlico Nov Nwoi nv- a standing offer to the navy e e MAKES THE MoviE STAPG ""-- SUPE-TI-4EY WILL MAGGIE NOW LET ME PUT IT to cover all bets on the Army- F 0 R m c600116AN WAG IVE BEEN GO BEALITIPuL-1 THIN14 MAGGIE I HEAP THEY A Nori-i ER VvAY - 14 was stimulated Navy football game C B S T -rEiLIN ME -liS - D WIPE TOL T1-4EY ILL 61vE THEM A TPiAL- APE REGULAR miPACLE mAYBE Ti--IEVLL E 00 AG WOPKEPG - J---- 1 i b- '')' Correspondent W i I 1 I a m J II PATRoNrzES Ti-tAT DO VERY BEAUTY PARLOR GOOD WORK- MuCH4 POP m - Dunn cabled from Tokyo C ( OfrIT QUALITY 1 E DowN THE STREET- ' --7C- ' - -----i 71 1 ''' 1) si okz HOUSEWIVES "So far" Dunn said Mon- day "one admiral has turned 0- - -4- rb - J) -orapac:-1 - -1 olvi f up with $10" --)t--d 7- r jr f- -----stll ' la'' P1'!: I wee 1'''f 3 0 fl A -- (1---)" - - I A' t Drive Out and Buy WI -ke 0 L ' 0- ----- C-41 cp' " LA kk1 : '1i' CO Ai : - 1 I (le t 10 ) : r crt7 - (eIP'--777- CV - - a lkii Ape f 11 :::: ) - IrL : I C 01 r --:--- A t - ''''' : 1‘ - 7° FRESH EGGS 0 tr-'1 ni '' ' - '- 110- M c : 14 C: 1C --- ‘ r k- c ' 1 ''r r - il -Tr- 1 -- I 1:q:--:- e - L - - - r-r for Yr Hly Ckg! 1' - ouoidaooin G c '1Y '7--1f i '-t 1 -- a 1 16- Lro ( -31412-1!: ' ( C") ' 14i r r -'' ' ' y- S ar ------ - - -4 F ui I a ik : e'71 I:- - ) --:--e -Ir - - : A 4 i - 3) 6111111 - ANDERSON MD l'4i1 g 1 (ill - I "Farming Is one of Utah's "! 4 t hikUpo i POULTRY FARM f 120! 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'IOU JUST MUST rt KNOWN Wv-IAT CARDS I JUST SOME OFF TWEN ON AGAIN -- PULLED 'YET SOMEBODY 0Z wavE I-IAD A 4 Assn the other half Members of one person may send In as many roupon as appear during the wee in before a 1500 crowd ' the athletic association get 39900 this paper hut no inditidlial can U in more than one prize each week CWAIN-PULL JERKED C p 14ELT) - YET SWE CALLAO TRICK I DisTiNCTL:f SoAki THE All ii ? SOmE lqING DID IT 1 BAD DREAM II if any person predicts 20 games correctly in accordance with contest LeWiS ops Bout EVERY ONE PERFEcnx ! OF COURSE tickets 2400 seats are reserved regulations he 4 i li be paid $50 in war bonds and stamps in case more than - i for the Cadet cheering section and tz DETROIT Nov 19 (In—Charle rl tlii pbeerszszeidecatm2oOnggarciaetitchoormrecatitivbmadtiritnilgt tgeSterrreitnt weanrt thyonadned a gn fiv lent: ultra 5WE SAID TWAT T-IE mil Liimnn mat s - —Gi-loST -1DR I I band and 7000 tickets are allotted most logical reasons for their selections on the star Some (Cabey) Lewis 1271i of New A LD HE! '' 1 - the 41 6744 t 's ) ' ' F''' A ' to government officials members a sie troplzotinadticti:mteptu 1:01cheattelamnaittle Ire eelloPrereptet t osewnin or whether you expect York punched out an easy 10- to I— —II - of congress e press athletic in case no per ill son correctly predicts 20 games prizes w be awarded round decision over Al Gomez N - 0- - - -- or t 1" - ' z- -- - I-4 as lti 4 S dli directors ant so on That accounts o ons I eras prise—sin in war attuning 134112 of Chicago before a slim No r-- A -J -----1 f S 7 s - i - rs N -r1 1 4 r7- were allowed to p 1 n war stampo r Az for the Army's half of the tickets aecond priza---$5 in war stamps gathering of 962 customers at i - I o 1 110 prizes of Si each i g g ' )-- Members of the Army Athletic in the PPirli three or mwre persons tie for first prize 1120 in war stamps Arena Gardens Monday night A ti il p I A I 1 Assn aply n t tor will he in armonogthem and other tprlles will be eliminated - ' N ---2 1 1 - h e e sn only yon eper s n tw n o Mit pr re but a number of entries 2 ' ' I rot to exceed 4 "personal use” tie for second the third prire will he eliminated and CV paid each second- Bartolo Vi ' ctor N --""' ' - 1 -'-- 5 i tickets and up to six non-personal - ' pines winner up a limit of SUS in war stamps After which the prize money win be e‘enly divided IL 1 ( The demand as so great from ve es eation Ii use tickets hen more than rive entrants I for third placec T on an thee Boxing cleverly and punching irthune and oleigram NEW ORLEANS Nov 19 (JP-1 - law I - - - - 1 sziirtit:i warstt:rrcsi 7 igsepirrtteZ he fi beet r fli" d th fllhing - ':"' 11 ' - !P ‘ :-- - --- c as mei ( -0- ro 2-:-- the groups he mentioned that no Ani entrant pickins i'l winners In any one week's competition auto sharply throughout N B A feath- - -r 1 A niat)cally qualifies for the Master predictor rontest to be conducted the final ervveight champion Sal Bartok) of N il tickets are available this year for week of the 0 season for a S5 war bond -4- --i Tribune and Telegram emplyes are not eligible fo enter Boson won e unan ot the verdict tea slito 11411110' p 1 I1117:jil :tio1014!: 4(- :1: 71 1 the general public - — i L461cy ylp) Vorp WHEN I:AILED yc GADSGive mO THE 7 - -sfr ouT WEE TIME 11:DU JumPED AND we I': THIS TO 14 A EXTREM—-1vEArr A 2-70 6 7- ti:DV:E- c N tkAATE TH - ENERGENCY ABOUT 6LDER ' ((:7"1 8A14AMA BAN KS BomBERG pREGENT - ' : NtsiPe-:-r TRAAG 4Zto41 toln 114 P INDIts-ATID 7 1:t-crrines1

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