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Mustangs Face Jays; Knights Meet Buffs Emporia And [Basketball Scores Beloil And Wamego Open Play At 7:30 pm Manhattan In Second Contest EMPORIA — The rubber-game of the Salina-Junetion ^ity series; will be played here »t 7:30 pm Hlih School' Biukattull dux AA K»Hwll» At Emnoriii Minlullan 10, jMcPherxm tl At K&nriU City Shjmet-MIMlon S3, W»rd tl Arfenline 54, Wa»hin»ton W At WlnlWW Wlchtu St. il»ry» 61. Wellington ' Thursday when the teams meet in; the opening round of the Class AAi regional tournament. j Salina, spotted first in the.tour-j ncy, plays thc Jays before Em-j poria, spotted second, goes against' the Manhattan Indians at 9 pm. i Manhattan beat McPhersori80-7!) in the opening round Class AAi game Wednesday night. Manhattan] led 19-18. 39-36 and 64-51 at thej quarters. Sonny Ballard hit 19 for) Manhattan, George Cascbcer 23 for; McPherson. - _ • ! 16-1 Jucfio* Record j Salina takes a 14-7 record to tour-i nament play, while Junction City.- which finished second to the Mas-' tangs in CKL play this season, has. •won 10 of 18 games. .During regular season play the' Mustangs mashed Junction -City; E2-37 is Saliaa. But the Jays re-' bounded to shade Salina, 63-ffi. a! Jurjcuon City later in the year, j Four Junction players are carry-,- ing averages ia double figures,!. Tc.ppias '-^ e 5L« are Willie Ham-i meed. S-£< senior, and Eldon Steia-i fan, S-2 senior, with IS-point aver-ages. j John Young, 5-1 junior, and John; Crew. 5-0 senior, have 12 point, averages, i Salina wffl lead with it' scoring. Mar. Bob Hursl. who set a modern: scocsng record in Class AA ranks; v ~ this season, i g,,;, Hurst b.'ings a 23.5 average to! crsr.. the tcurnamem. Other Salina start-i bro«. ers will be Garolu Culley, Jerry, ** Weis. Ronnie Smith aiH Rich \V'il- ! Tech bur. Finals Saturday •Winners in Thursday's will meet at 9 pm Saturday for the! regional title and a berth in the; Class AA State al Manhattan. I Class B teams take over Friday; for semi-finals and open play Sat-j urday night. There will be no third- j place games in either bracket. -B Region At al:) Claai Madison 72, Willlamaburif 39 'E»kride» K. Cardoer 59 At Ffoy» Vlcti>rt» 41. Aimcna «5 .v»lom» 63, JI»nkato n Oufnter 55, McDonald *3 Dowiu W, >""!co 51 At . Silver Lltf Morton Si. .Valley KMl« 39 JicLouth 58, Or.ll» M Al Gla?eo Hanover 52, Wakstfe'.d IJ Clyde r3. Urm 5S At Jlounrirldj* !>o:l 57. Hope }< Holyroo;! 59. PexDody 55 + * * Cl«a EB KeEi<>eftl« At AssarU HKford S. LotriiM t? Sums (C. Enwrprti« tw (ove time! At Hln«!or 79. Bee 1 .*.- 15 Kend»n JS . Biggest Cage Weekend Of ,•" College Year NEW YORK 01 -The National Invitation Tournament takes the center of the stage in college basketball's biggest week of the "year Thursday as the 1« teams remain- ings in the National Collegiate Championships awaited their next games. Semifinals were on tap in thej NIT with top-seeded Duqucsne fa-' LINCOLN - Two teams will at-| vored oyer fourlh . seedcd Niagai . a! tempt to keep winning streaks go-j an(J second . sceded western Kening here Thursday night m thej tucky expected to topple third opening round of the Class A re-j^^ Holy Cross Thc fina , and gional basketball tournament. ] a consolation final for Thursday . s Belott's Trojans, victors in 21 straight games this season, take on Wamego Red Raiders at 7:30 the Lincoln high school! Some of the NCAA entries heart-i ed for the four regional tourney! 'jsites — Philadelphia, Iowa City,: |Stillwater, Wla., »nd Corvallis,, J(y ||BI , o _ Bobhy B.vzikofcr (24). Burn*' Hornets, reccivw hig hu S f.-on, girl friend after tnose already on handi llf f en(ljnK class ISB slate champions nipped Enterprise, 62-Wl, In overtime »t Assnria regional. Burden 51. Ai Mornil $1. W«trr.crf'iM J? 1 siS 5i S"arav1'.Sf &* F.rj/^M V Hewar.1 M. F.-vr,ttiM<: i5 st Parf M. Sh» MOCK! S> Arms S?. SaiTOTT <I Mv«n 51. M'.!.::-.z. ft At Mcv;r<!r:.!;<r T.wn ST. Hops 5) Hoiyroo^ id.' ^S At Unit >'<!•*;?- sS. Satantx 5-.' -*t Pretty Pra'. r > Bi.|lt P!air,t K>, Sy!v;« 62 Cur.r.!r:t:M.-iia K, II!. ".:•;« « >.= , 71. E:. Am- pm m SJ'm. At 9 pm the Sacred Heart i Knights, with seven straight winsi , •»..•»., ,. , i I going and 17 triumphs in their lasf 0 !." 1 the ' r , fmal <***« hcks Itt games, meet the Belleville I The ****** f AI * Tounaamentj | Buffaloes. Sacred Heart has won! for Caller, schools enters the quar-| 119 of 22 contests this year. ' Bclieville, second to Beloit .... itae North Central Kansas League, i plons - stiil ta ln2 runnin S- I .'has a !5-6 record for the year.! Tru * To Form .'Three of the losses were to Beloit.( The NIT is running true to The other losses were to Linds-! for lhe flrst time in years. That, ;: ;bnrg in the finals of the Lincoln iP lus lhc fact Duquesne already has: • 5av«alional. to Concordia 45-43 in. oeatcn Niagara twice, albeit with; i'.vo overiimes, and to Lincoln, VHOTO) jter-final round with Springfield j jn i(Mo.) State, the defending chain- j Burns Nips Enterprise In Overtime, 62To 60 By Bill Kurkfi '''" r L ASSARIA — Defending Class BB state .championA-flWKer tied the Enterprise Bulldogs 57-57 with one sec- Four Butf Seniors |ern Kentucky figures to. have 1oo ; ' ond remaining in regulation play, then scored a 62-60: Ccoch Ken Gufhrie is expected, much height and speed for the ; overtime victory in the Class BB regional tournament: !o ?o with four seniors and one;slick Crusaders of Holy Cross? 'here Wednesday night. • junior. Thc starters will be La-' Bevo Francis. Rio Grande's sen-! Trailing by nine points at one The starters will be La-| liames. 5-9, and Ken Mulch. Isationa! scorer, made only 27 tj me jn "the" third period, Enter-! ;M. st forwards; Mack Boelling,| points as his team was upset by! r , r j se rallied to grab the lead mid-! ;M, at center; Ehvin Lindahl, 5-9, j Southeastern Louisiana College 78-i w ay in the fourth quarter and| 'and Jerrv Warner, 5-10, at guards. j 63 in a second round game Wed-! held a 57-52 advantage with a. min-i i Mulch is the junior. ! nesday night. i u tc to play. ' ' ' (Hays Tourney , .. . I^ MAWIK lUf UUnllJ f . A • i Lindahl is the leading Buff scor-i The NCAA field finally was com-' But Mac' Ridgway scored for the! [Ill impf UU " IIWI ' ; er with a 13-point average. Bocllingipleted Wednesday with the selcc-j Hornets from Burns and cut the :has a 13.9 average. ; tion of Colorado to represent the! Bulldogs' advantage to 57-54 with: : Sacred Heart is expected to go; Big Seven Conference. The Buffa-iso seconds remaining. Ridgway! ;with Mike Brungardt. one of the:loes gained a tie with Kansas in ! made a free toss to slice it to 57-?'i ] ! state's top scorers in Class A; the conference race when the Jay-j with 15 seconds left. In Regional Wins HAYS — Victoria, Naloma, Quan-j Nightengale Hero itcr and Downs picked up flrstj and Randal , wcrc Ufid 15 .l 5 ']ranks, at forward, along with Dickihawkers were upset by Missouri,' ...„ „___ , nua allu „„„„„.. ,.„„„„ „„ I Morris, returning after a bout with; then won the berth on'a lucky I Burns had possession of the ball: round wins in the class B regional | ^g^ rs tq" U arte r "" A 'da shoved"ahead, jthe flu; Harold Marcotte at center; i draw by Conference Commission-! the final 10 seconds'but could not!tournament here Wednesday after-i^^ a( . lhg ha)f md ^ thg thjrd ;Connie Jlarcotte and John Carlin^r Reaves Peters. Kansas won the! hit until Marvin Nightengale, who!" 00 " and n '? ht - ' | per i 0 d ;-*,*. ,*.,„ i_ : . ; . ! rt..:..!-._ \.,,~t •K*^r\^ n ^-\ f } cc 11 IF 1 -*'""- Thursday, March 11, 1954 Page l»—Th« Salina JounuU Colorado To Face Bradley In NCAA Start KANSAS CITY W-Colorado, a Cinderella team that lost its first seven games, will represent the Big Seven in the NCAA regional basketball playoff at Stillwater, Okla., this weekend—thanks to a lucky draw. Colorado's name was drawn from a hat Wednesday, giving it the honor over the Kansas Jayhawks. The draw was necessary because Missouri's surprising 76-67 victory over Kansas Tuesday night threw the conference championship into a tie between thc Buffaloes and the Jayhawks;. Each had a 10-2 record in conference 'play. "Like I said, I'm glad they won," said Coach Forrest <Phog> Allen ! of Kansas after the drawing. Allen, whose teams have been to the NCAA tournament many times, had entered the office of Reaves Peters,- Big Seven execulive secretary, with the statement, "I hope Colorado wins." "It'll do them good to get into \ the play," Allen added later. "Now. i it wouldn't be anything new to us. i Besides, we're in bad shape. One jot our best players, Harold Pal- 'terson, was injured in Tuesday i night's loss to Missouri. . . j Odds With Aggies ! "I wish Colorado luck in the : playoffs, but the odds are with 'Oklahoma A&M to win the bracket, at StilKvater. They're playing on their home court, and that's a tremendous advantage . . ." Colorado meets Bradley in the CAWKER CITY-Scandiahand- first round of the playoff Fried Alton a 67-52 reversal and Ada| day nighu and ok ia homa A &M defeated Randall, 58-46, in Classj takes on Ricg _ The winners meet BB regional play Wednesday night,; Saturda . nigllt afler a consolation Scandia led Alton 23-8, 40-25 and; between ^ losers> 48-36 at the quarters. Bookless hitj wmiam c Lam> business man . 25 for Scandia, D. Holloway 27 for! f(jr the Colorado athletic de . Alton. ' Win Openers In Regional Play | at guards. I NCAA title in 1932, and lost out ! scored 32 points, broke loose under: beat McDonald 55-43, •w . Wesley hit 21 points for Aita. Iiiinni* 79, l^ loveriim*) 'Calif; SI. i Okla "! iov games; p.uad-na »sleyan 74 Adolr^'w -Minn) , r >7 ITHF.K OAMW City 71. Tul.^a nutKtr." fKI, M^lit^nb-.Ti: *1 NATIONAL ifiSST KOl^'Pl Campheii iNC) on. Tronlon (N'J) Moberlr <J<0> ". Cent.'iHl (Ili> „ , , , w,ll take a 15-G record. in the finab to Indiana last veari U-e basket and hit a layup shot: Downs shaded Palco =3-ol, Victoria jham made „ for RandaM _ j i usl as the final aun sounded. ' cd ^ d A!!Mna 4 '- 4a and Naloma Th,,,-^ fl v ni P M Srandia Xebr».«l!» 53 I against Beloit. The Raiders finish- ^9-68. jjusl as the final gun sounded. ied strong in the Jayhawk league: Hoosiers vs Irish i Bill Kackley, who rolled in 31 i dropped Mankato 62-42. j and have lost only to Topeka Hay-; Indiana _ w|]ich has a belt rart -j points for Enterprise, hit a fielder! victoria led Almena jden. Hask°'l and ' i twice each. I One of the top Class A scorers. I | Ray Vogl, a 5-8 senior, will bi | forward for 20-18; liacred Hearti in g in the Assodatec! Press ^Uo start thc overtime period. Then^ tlien trailed^34-29 at the Thursday night Scandia g o e sj 'against Ada and Simpson meets Formoso. ithen anv team in the NCAA, m av ; Nightengale tied it 59-59 and Elwyn^rs. Oulshot from the field 17-14, i Victoria won on the free ., • Boueclc throw. ca«nu Miinhftttan—SO FG f Smith n Mrtcalf 0 5 7 3!Johnson !> 1 2 ; S I n i tij smith t 1 2;M<:nnw n n i|Miii< "+ V *''' rrobablr !"l«rlr FO FT T\ \ I) 3! 1 n !i on rii 796; 401 3 1 31 T n n 1SECONP Snow I Utah) 7 BOUND! , Northrest Mi.-- ArKan.^ns C!t>* 'Kan'i 72 Brrwlon Fa.'l-fr ffial HO, Bis- maKk IND) 16 (Z'amarck eliminated) HW>J" *-)Mni-«st ciriKiaip ; n : Fink scored a pair of free tosses. , • tou^ey^bowtis Uml T " ! ^ack.ey roled in a charity loss!^. LeH*r hit 12 for Victona.:«f-, iHnrrv H, , „ ,1 T T'^Hoosiers. ranked second nationally!^ ^ ^«™ds remaining t 0j «y and Getty each had U for Harry Haas. S-ll. Steve Bressler.; , t N . -.,,! narrow Burns' lead. 61-60. How- Almena. 15-11, will be at center, with Junior' , f , , , „ 'ever N'i"hten»ale was fouled with ! Natoma led Mankato 19-9, 36-26! To . al , [Dornbusch. 6-0 and Del Eckart.!™^_ **":..„*.!?!! ^..'^one second left in the overtime and!™" «-36 at the quarters. BoHcr!^^^ lve5 ic>- Juilctldn CUV { H.'tmmonil fi-0 j rrotv d-o i atctnintt «•: • Yoinir «•! SlPWLirt 6-0 I \ ^IMoundridge Hope Defeated, Holyrood Wins 3 Favorites In Baton Rouge Open MOUNDRIDGE — Leon outlasted Hope 57-54 and Holyrood Pcabotly in overtime, 59-55. in B regional here 5-;i. at guards. Bcloii's Record Beloit, iMirth Central Kansas: champion, has defeated Mankato' n-!-4l and SO-40: UPV Center f,3-ia ; and liC^: Smith Centtr Sfi-54- Os-' borne 7(l-5r and 55-41; Liucalu 55-1 4G and 07-52; Msrysville GG-W ?nd : 4t;-3:i; Minneapolis 63-50 and 7-1-42;' Bellcvilln 55-17, 61-44 and 6S-53;-: Concordia 72-40, 45-35 am! 74-lG:i Lyons 51-44, and Russell 52-40. ! 17 consecutive victories. Indiana, :beat thc Irish 68-65 back: in Dc-j . comber and also eliminated Notre] i hit one of two free tosses. ,hit 17 for Natoma. Carter 14 for" Enterprise was ahead 15 to 141 Mankato. 'Bookless •Carrlu-ol! Randall—IS FG FT F- F 102; Holt 1 a t:R. Clsnin (5 1 1;L.iy'on 2 (1 3'3h3mbur£ 7 '7 3; i 21 15 IS; Tolnlj 57 .\\lon-6i FG >T F: in 5 :;n. Hoiiov. i , . m !aSt year S namon ' * * * ,T- : L T °" r - first quarter and 26 to 25 at the! | half. Burns held a 44 to 40 third: period lead. Milford Wins . !n the opening game Milford had little trouble disposing of Lorraine, •g 0 , 1 f rt ' 1 16:2-43. Milford led 20-13, 32-20 and^rir/ith | 4G-33 at the quarters. -.Sew) ! Cecil Soekcn scored 14 points for Eurp5r NEW YOHK if.—The most form-: Lorraine. Head paced Milford'sj 4 Semi-finals in Class B will bc'B > 1|a ™^ r . light. Class A teams open ?e' ns "'rf''"' n 3 i' 3. Hniiowaj. n i Thursday night. Russell plays;^™" \ \ ~ :CB ' r ^ as the drawing was over. Wailing on the other and of the line were the Buffalo basketball team and its coach, H. B. (Bebe) Lee. "They all gave a big cheer when ithey heard the news," Lam said. "It's just about time they had ^isome luck after that bad start of losing seven games. Coach Lee :iwas due. His home burned down 3 i Saturday while his team was beal- ling Kansas State. We've had a Is n is | long dry spell in basketball at Col- !orado, and Coach Lee has done a fine job of building his team." Colorado had an over-all season ii record of 11-9 compared to Kan- •lisas' 16-5- 573 -3 i o n o i G 5 F J * k||T ill I ,, \tinij_f IHAK | Lyons, LaCrosse meets Hays. Natomn—62 Mankato—42 1'T, FT T >-O 230 I>rB t fi 5 '''• Boy! ! 0 O'Carter .'t 6 r>' Luster 1 2 .T Pi.i!t 5 i 4'S«lrer I Trubtii" 25 17 IS; Tot.l!? BATON ROUGE, La. M-Stcadyl Lcon - P aec " •#" Brown Johnny Palmer, who's been play-ited Hope 15-11, 29-18 and ing golf since he was 13, joinsj"' e Fred Haas Jr. anrl Cary Middle-;' hde cach liad 1G for llo l' e - coff as favorites in n field of 150.! Holyrood led Peabody 11-10 and teeing off Thursday in the opening j 26 ' 23 at thc first two W^ e ™. The round of thc ?10,000 Baton Rougei^f 10 * a . sn ^ ?™ 7 Ul ^ U ; lrd Open. Expected to start for Jim Cr fl n;-i ful National , ll .. ilation Basketball ; well-balanced attack with 16. ; well's Trojans are five swv.ors.' Tournament of their, all goes into• Christensen scored 13, Shandy 12 ; They are Steve Much. 6-2, and, tht semifjnals Tnursday night with: and Jones II. ;Curt Morns, 6-1, forwards; Ron^ O p-iecded Duquesne ant,' West-' At 7:30 pm Thursday Burns goes .McKinnie, 6-4, center, one of the |Ctn Kmtuckv, second-seeded, fav- against Milford in the semi-final state's top Class A scorers; Max :nrprl ,„ win ' n ' nH m(lllh jn s , t ,', rHnv 'round. Lchigh, a 55-44 winner over A'. Totals MUcr. M. and George Stephens, ; cha.hip - FC, FT F 1 1 (I 4- Lenszlcr s 1 II 3: Getty J. LclVi'r 1! S 3 Bamnm PriillmE; n 3 o; Lauphlm ^ ^ ,1' i ? nGlasco Tourney i 2 i; ' •i t s; •^=|Clyde f Hanover Win Cage Siarls ^Stauffer, Prisock ToPlaylnAAU Gene Stauffer and Jess Prisoc's, Kansas State cage stars, will play in McPherson this weekend with the McPherson American Legion. McPherson meets El Dorado from Arkansas for thc right to represent this region in thc National guar(ls ° »* *** MunX :>: Duquesne (25-2) meets fourth-: over rlusn - al 9 1 Dours at the Lincoln gym will seeded Niagara (23-3). whom the! Finals Friday j open shortly afler S pm both Dukes have beaten twice this sea-i Thursday's winners mecl at 9: Totals II in 17 it. Louis nights. itid and 53-53 at lhe end nf rcgula Top man at Mexico City andi tion play. Beckley hil 15 for one of the most consistent money! , winners on the PGA winter trail,^" * corcd 2l '" r /' rii!lo:l Muck «-: . Slay- VcKlrn.n the Charlotte, N. C., pro got tl - ™" rsday " ' eh ' nod of country club spectators with his dowTi-thc-riistldle shoolinR in practice rounds and his flawless technique in Wednesday's golf imcels Inman and Leon takes on lin'msam Holyrood. ; ?."",','* t! Middlecoff. a more incendiary |; rn v.' :r ' e 1 ; ;,S|!!i:" type but an even mure frequent visitor at the pay window, has always found the 6,411-yard par 72 Baton Rouge course to his likinvr, finishing hi^h in lhc money in hulh previous PGA events here. If the weather turns bad, Haas, New Orleans driving range oper-i ator, might have the insiiio track. 1 lie played the. course often as a! T " 1 ' 1 '-' J'j gulf slar at Louisiana'Slate, Uni-i.. vorsity and can quickly adjust ,toi DOXIHC] 4 3 in > i n i \ fi 4 0 11 1 I) r C.I rim ti-t 5 Vnsl 5-S Huns S-11 Brejisler o- I.indalil 3-P Warner 5-10 '•son. And Western Kentucky's! f 1 " 1 F "day for the championship. ! speedsters (23-1) take on third- At 7:3 ° P m Fr «doy. Thursday's los|seeded Holy Cross '24-2). The^ l ' s meet for lhird P lace ! 1-2-3-4 learns arc meeting in thc. Ec FG vr ¥• \ .'i 4 i. <1 5 5 I . 4 . GLASCO — Clyde rolled over s I 'iiLinn 73-58 and Hanover downed! AAU tournament at Denver. -:\.Vakefield 52-43 in the Class B rc-j Stauffer, from Saima. was the 1 • ;l »i gional here Wednesday night. i '"ding scorer for K-State this year Clyde led Linn 28-2. 43-20 and''" ^ Seve " P ay ' (pnso *' frol " 54-43 at the quarters. Girard hit 19i Emporia. led the team for all 'for Clyde. Scfioele scored 16 forifi amos - „ . :, • „ | Stauffer holds thc all-tune guard i semi-finals i years. for the first time e- i!n PC. FT : Burns—62 CHICAGO I.TI — St. Louis, wit FC, jKiner Regains 'Baseball Form ; l.oni l).t rd : ] f^vj n '•Hnr.ernan n "' Hinz i 5' Stufky 2 n n 3!Mcmpn?.i;e n in ^ n -^ 7tdcwa>- 3 ,1 i f) 3'Fin:: ft .T BrenrjI-ofer n 1 in 11 3'Carlisli Hanover was ahead of Wakcfield!^«'' in S Percentage record at Kan- 'four boxers still in contention, is 19 . 14 26 . 24 and 4W! , al lhc qua r-; sas state ' Hc made 2(i '" one ganle 0T ^favored Thursday to dethrone Los!, ers ; Gantenbcin scorcd , 6 for this season for the Cats, a ncw j', Angeles for the team title of liie'inanover. Mason 22 for \Vakefield. :markl Goidcn Gloves Tournament ol; At 7:30 pm Thursday Centralia! 5:Champions. jmeels Dclphos. Hanover takes onji 012! Semi-Finals InHoxieMeet le 't i .! T TC,. ! ID. . [.. I IF. / j Tota!« : By Bob Jlyers |Mii(ord-fl • MESA, Ariz. OB—Ralph Kiner of'iiM<i i the Chicago Cubs gives every in-•! jon^' |dication of a young man bent oni^,"^ 'womirous things this season. ii.mhi j He hopes to regain the home ; T"tnlj j LorrHin^—IS rt ,f 2 2:C. Pot-kcn 1 ^ R. giwhen n 1 MyiTj 0 n.Dill:trd A 13; Tfitail CTOwri of 18.000 at Chicago^Clyde at 9 pm. 'Stadium will ser lop amateur fight-;ci>dc-v- _ Linn-ss K1S17I _ ,_ . .....j..., ,,_,.,„'. . " r7 ^OMtrtich 2 3' Boht'iman lYMCA Basketball n ' ;crs from IB scatlciod centers battle r |for eight weight class titles in the p", 1 ;"", ['i semifinals and finals ot the b'8:£j.™ r ™ n T. CnrHon FC. FT F | Smolan's Swedes and : : i' tional Milling advanced 5 I 5 MJ'CK s ,1 41 U r . n.-i I) II 3 1 0 i! J. I10XIE — Lcoville turned back! run championship of the National •j;\Vinnna SR-5't and Paradise heat;League. and he should rc-eslahlish' .- ... : ^-, ., J;Rexford 62-50 in the opening roundjhis claim as an all-round baseballi45 WOfTien (jOlt ,1;of thc Class BB regional here Wed-'player. ip. y> ni r!:nesday night. | Just Wednesday the Californian's! J^rS UpGH "lay „',,.,„; Berk and Ccrvosky each hit 17! bat sank the New York Giants; AUGUSTA, Ga. wv-Forry-five of: :for Looville. Lowe scorcd 28 for!f or tlieir fourth slraifihl: defeat, 10-jthc nation's lop women golfcrsj | Winon;: Hnopcs hooped 18 for Par-jy. w ith a performance that started;Thursday began their quest for (he; jadise. Work sored U for Rcxford.| W ith a hvo-r«n homer his .first time' respected Titleliolders Crown. ] •'"'" s - ; At 7:3n p m Thursday Scldcni a t bat and a erand slam edit inn! Fnr most of them, all that is i 2 i meet. I oi The winners »i!l he eligible " j'l represent Chicago in Itie --'- 1 intercity bouts with New Vork all '* 3 "! Madison Square Garden March 2? I and become members of the j team that will meet Europe's besl i in the international matches in Chi jcago Stadium May 20. n n 0 n 1 .VOhledc ncn, Rnke 1 Wiese H. MV «r~ «. v c i-s- Nc.inara.s-i: S.,, ,,,,,„ !>-J.l Ich 1-2-1: Ha!0-1-1. — To'lnls 13.15-21, Interna- to the J ji ^ f i na l s ° f ^ e post-season City ~ - ''League tournament Wednesday. 001! ; <J :! Smolan beat Kinncy's 57-34 and t 5 n i International Milling downed Ad-, 1 , ,4 j': i rian Agency, 89-61. National Guard won an 81-67 ver- ,_.ct over Guadalupe. The Falun •*'• w ' hlws 0 '°' 1 ' "'Merchants downed Gages, 79-5B. Four Junior league games ara >«* <•»: r,otonb»in *«»* >••'•=; M.T»h«ii ]SOt for Thursday night. tlw constanlly ch.nnRins winds that: PHILADELPHIA—F.nbl: frequently buffet the narrow fair-. 1S3. Oakland. Calif. mitpoinled Gili mfcls NorCT , ur . ljeoviUe pla y s;, aler - m lhe Eame H w RBI- way*. jTnrner. 151, Philadelphia. 10, j r . lradise al „ pm . l later U1 the game ' Hls RBI ' Whole Fight Mob's Talking About Jones Boy--Ralph, Bob PHILADELPHIA UV-The Jonesl Jones was a 3-1 underdos whtn boys must have declared this opfnihc entered the ring for the na- Total, i liO'A r i.l. «>b : White IRrxtatii- II I n (VTpcid 4 3: Worlt 2 |!(iltt 1 0:Tuni.ll season on ranking middlcweights. Monday night, Ralph (Tiger) Jones knyned the fifth ranking 160 pounder, Bobby Dykes.' And last tionally televised 10 rounder with) the flurry punching Turner. But he£ took command of tin bout from night, Bobby Jones, like his namc-j'he outset with a stiff loft jab and sake, unranked and a decided un-l a combination of rights and lefts dc'rdog, waffled the fourth rankingj'" closc that befuddled lhe aggrcs- middleweight, Gil Turner of Phil-'sive Turner, adelphia. The decision was split with the To paraphrase a popubr ditty,|two judges favoring Jones, 5-4-1 lhc whole fight mob's talking aboutjand 6-3-1, and the referee, Dave the Jones boys. JBeloff, voting Turner I lie winner .10 i i : t) t o i i i 25 11 10| Toluls :o ! 12 Loovillo-S'i. Hsrlii 8-5.3; Ofrvosky fi- Wlnonn-Sl. Moulilen 2-Q-l; Clpfi 2-2-5; Lowe «.2-3; Wird 3'0-2; Werner M-l: L. Werner 3-0-1; G, Werner 0-0-2. — Totals 23-Mft. a grand slam edition Ipast is definitely a prelude. This; iruns. 'is Hie one they want, to win. I ,! In five exhibitions. Kiner is hit-! Palt y Bpr £ of Chicago, a veteran: J i tins well over ,500. He has three,' of 22 5' Mrs of compelitive golf.] 3; nomo runs and has driven in 10 j'irnnj. This is for a gentleman who' fivc times on the r° llin g St. Benedict's Reaches Q uarterfinals; Bevo Out . • i - »r^.i___^i.... 11T nr .1«.. '.defending the iiUe f he has woni KANSAS on™ - Ti, tourna. record of ? successive victones Nobras generally got off to a slow start Country Club course. in spring training. Among leading contenders are Bears jumped intn the favorite's spot Thursday in the National In- tournaments. It takes a club that can pace itself to win the NAIA. The sched- Mrs. Mildred (Babe) Zaharias of ^-collegiate basketball meet, re-: ule fe ru g gecl _the titlist has to- Tampa and Chicago: Louise Suggs'Pacing Bevo Francis and his R!0j play . five gamcs j n six days. of Atlanta, the top 1953 money win-i Grandc Co!!e S c club ' Southeastern Louisiana College S. C., cd in the second round, he made ncr; Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, | , National Women's Open j Knocked Rio Granc!e oul o[ th ^! a major contribution at the gate. Ncw Jcrsey i tournament 78-65 Wednesday night On ^ openjng night> a capacit y; 58 MM T.lpnna Pnl Seaman Football Coach Resigns TOPEKA an — Dan Emrich, Pairings Set For Junior Tourney Pairings have been for the Junior Sunday YMCA state tournament Friday[ winn « of the Nalio " al A ™ tcur thc cigh t sec ded squads, and Saturday. I who has come out of retirement lnc ut> " L 5t - LU s ' The games will be played at the for a crack at the blue-ribbon title. Salina YMCA gym. Benedict's i loped St. Ambrose of Davenport. Iowa, 74-50. Afternoon results included: East Texas State 79 Geneva (Pa) 52; Western Illinois 79 Southeastern Although Bcvo Francis depart-j Oklahoma 74; Arkansas Tech 85 Lawrence Tech 72; SI. Peter's of Regis of Denver head football coach . sccond-round play. The Louisi- t't Vare ol Mcrion, fa., six-lime, ______ ______ At 6:30 pm Friday the Firsl Methodist Blues of Salina meet I ana team wasn't even listed among Bevo, who entered the meet with a 50.4 per game average, was heidi Baseball Scores .Toston .(A) 3, Ml McPherson First Presbvlcrian. phia Negro and his manager have'8 draws. Jones staggered Turner!Coach Carl Bicrmnn. to 27 points. In a first round game crowd of 10,500 showed up in Municipal Auditorium. The next night, when Bevo and Rio Grande didn't nlay, only 6,500 turned out. Wednesday night another 10,500 spectators watched the jilay. It was the first time in 16 NAIA ''A field of 32 of the nation's finest small college teams entered the tournament. The finals will ba played Saturday tii&ift. '* Thursday night's schedule (limes central standard): 7:00—Arkansas Tech vs. St. decided to forsake weight division and , u'clterweight class. the mirM'.e-; several time* and opened a bad o back to lhc i cut under his left eye. Jones I weighed 155 and Turner 151. Emrich will remain at Seaman an an instructor and will coach the freshman football squad. lows against St. John Baptist nlj .•; Salina at 8:30, (hen University; Methodist of Salina meets Old' Manor Bapli«<. ot Wichita »t 9-.3Q.I Cincinnati Brooklyn |N> 7. K m mmnj»— nl PhllJi!l«ll>1i» Monday lie was limited, to 28. Quarlerfinal games were sched- , „ j ulcd Thursday night, with Spring- tournaments that sellout.* occurred, Pcior's. field Stale playing 'East .Texas!'" lhc carl >' rounds ' i S:30-Sprmgficld Slate vs. East Stale in the feature. East Texas! Springfield, 'leading from the: Texas Stale. Slale was a semi-finalist last year, j start, trounced Guslavus Adnlplnisj 10:00—Western Illinois vs. South- Springfield knows tournament;66-57 in ils sccond-round fill. In.easlern Louisiana, play. 11 has won the past two Na-|other games Wednesday night,! 11:30— Pasadena College vs. St. tional Intercollegiate* and now haf; Pasadena (Calif. > College whipped'Benedict's.

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