The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 3, 1957 · Page 9
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Lenny Moore Pro Rookie of Year NEW YORK W-Lcnny Moore, former Perm State, halfback who led the Baltimore Colts in scoring last season with 54 points, today was"tttm»*H.hc National Football League's outstanding 193U rookie in the annual'United Press poll. The 23-year-olU Moore, a native of Reading, Pa., is the .second straight Baltimore player to win the rookie poll Alan (The Horse) Ameche, former Wisconsin All- America who put in his second season with the Colts in 1950, was the 1955 winner. Moore beat out Preston Carpenter of the Cleveland Browns for rookie of the year honors in voting by 25 sports writers \vho covered the campaign in the various NFL cities. Moore received 10 votes. Carpenter, former University of Arkansas halfback who set a Cleveland record in 1936 by carrying the ball 188 times, received" six- votes. Sam Huff, a first-year player from West Virginia who won the starting middle guard berth with the champion New York Giants, placed third with four votes. ips on raffle OUT OUR WAY By Williams ( WE'LL RUM ALL OVER THE / TEAMS WE PLAY 'CAUSE ( EVERY ONE OP US HAS GOT V SUITS THAT WERE WORM \ Y BROTHERS WHO WERE ^-- - BI6 STARS/ RUN ALL OVER THEM ? THAT I GOTTA SEE.' THE IMHERITAWCE TA* ,,.,,,,,,,. Tonight Only 6 p. m. Young Fullmer, who floorc^l Robinson once and w r e s t l e d ' h i m but his 12 1-2 per cent of the nol gate came to $24,^0 -- l a r g e s t pur.sc i to the canvas once '-- breaking of his career. the ring ropes, won a lop sided, i i; si . s "[Icady" Tactics unanimous. 15-round decision be- ! 'Foul Fight' Charges Hurlcci Fy Sugar Ray's Managers i NK\V YORK -U»-- Young One! Fullmer, the U t a h battering r n m i 1 3 4 fa " s - who I ili(i SIM.OW to who won SuKnr Hay Robinson's j " ess . ^ f^'^ 0 " 1 ' 1 c l a s j i c - '."" i headlnn,; but "headv" tactics, middleweight crown with a m u r - , t l l c bull-shoulden-d new c h a m p i o n 1 derous close-quarter attack, said ls b o u m l '' a return-bout contract ' s'.rant Kobinson a n o t h e r shot at ., , , , a n e a r - c a p a c i t y c r o w d of 18, today he would K r a n t .-, r e t u r n ti- D a r k - h a i r e d Fullmer. 25, of West I J o r d a n . U t a h , won the title by a j I wide m a r g i n through the use of | j Scaling Ii" 1-1 pounds to Robin| sun's class-limit 1GO, he became JS^-'-rr ify'TM A. -, t. 'fftsfs\ SiS# ·'··$ £*C-M«." I J~*-··**" , - · ' · · , .'.- IK LOVER'S the title within i)o days. tic shot to Ray and his "foul- fight" screaming handlers. "We'll take the return fight," | tatting on Robinson's gashed left any world crown by letting Robin- said Robinson's co-manager, liar- old (Killer) Johnson of Chicago; "but first we'll file an official protest Friday against Referee Ruby Goldstein for permitting Fullmer to b u t t . heel, rabbit-punch and wrestle throughout the bout." "That's right," said Co-Manager Ernie Braca of New York. "We'll file the protest with the state athletic commission Friday to make sure there's a competent referee in the ring next time. And then Ray will beat that street-fighter." l-'loors Robinson Physicians who did the six-stitch j son t ] 0 most of , he advancing and leading, and then p l u n g i n g in with brow siid the. wound would be healed in plenty of time for him to try to win the KiO-pound crown for the fourth time, within 90 days. The brow was slightly cut in the fifth round, and opened bloodily in the 14th. Although SuKar Ray lost his cherished diadem, he was somewhat consoled by n purse of $152.465, resulting from his 47 1-2 per cent of the net gate and $00.000 from TV- radio. Fullmer, who would have fought for n o t h i n g to cot the title, Igot exactly nothing from TV-radio, The winter season Is already underway and if you have not yet made a thorough chcr.kin of your motor vehicle, you should do so now. Here are a few tins on v.-!iat to do when going over your vehicle to put it in top notch shape for ·winter driving. Check your v.-imishic-Id wiper blades to malce sure tiiev tre in ' good ·working order. Many motorists carry a plastic scraper and brush for use on their windshields and "windows. Also check and make ·ure your defroster is working --properly. "~ " Be certain that enough anti-'reeze is in your vehicle should there be a sudden temperature cirop. Before putttag in anti-frceze, check your heater hose and raviiator connections. Brakes and tires should be checked. If you have tire chains. have them checked for repairs and ·worn links. Don't attempt to put on tire chains while the engine is running. Many drivers put a bag of coarse sand or gravel and a small scoop in the trur.;: of their yehlcle for use on icy pavements. A copy of the coKipk-tely new "Rules of the Road" booklet v.-ill be sent to you free upon ren'.icst. Write to CHARLES F. CAIU'KX- TIER, Secretary of State, Springfield, Illinois. NEW YORK OP -Bill Russell's amazing defensive feats overshadowed even Bob Pettit's continued scoring splurge today in the National Basketball Assn. Official NBA weekly statistics issued today disclosed that rookie Russell of the Boston Celtics, college basketball's "player of the year" in 195G with San Francisco, racked up a grand tota' of 112 rebounds in four games during the week. Russell has merely accounted for 35 per cent of all Celtic rebounds in games he's played. 20 per cent of all rebounds by both teams. Virtually unnoticed, 6-10 Pettit of the St. Louis Plawks tallied 134 points in four games to cement his leadership in six different departments--total points (806), average points (26.9 per game), field goal attempts (633), field goals scored (274), free throw attempts (337) and free throws scored (258). Bull Dogs Idle Until Jan. 11; Other Games This Week The HTHS Bull Dogs will be idle until Jan. 11 when they will play the Benton Rangers at Davenport gym. However, most teams in this area will be active both Friday and Saturday nights. Friday night's games will find Carrier Mills at Shawneetown, Thompsonville at Equality, McLeansboro at Eldorado. Herrin at West Frankfort, Centralia at Benton and Marion at ML Vernon. Saturday night Cafterville will play at Carrier Mills, Pope County at Shawneetown, West Frankfort at Eldorado, Vienna at Shawnee and Centralia at Moline. College Cage Scores 62. By United Press Washington, Mo., 77, Valparaiso Houston 74, Drake 72. Dartmouth 70, Connecticut 67. VVillanova 71. Muhlenbcrg 67. Southern Methodist 79, Baylor . Vandcrbilt SO, William Mary Murray State 98. Middle Tenn. State 68. Alabama SG. Miss. College 53. ^"^ ·:- "·"· · ,,·." · - ^'/^·?,5. .*·' y'.!:^.· . r: :- r .^-vvi. ; Orange Bowl Teams To Receive $207,000 ;1 Each for Grid Game ^\ j MIAMI. Fla. -in -- Oranpe Bowl ·i j participant.*--Colorado and Clem- ,^j i son--will each get around S207.- ow as their share of receipts from the annual New Year's Day foot- ! hn!l came. The Daily Register, Harrisburg, Illinois Thursday, January 3, 1957 Page Nine NO PEEKING -- Georgia's Fred Franks found nothing else worked, so he put blinkers on Gnnly Wallace of South Carolina in hope he wouldn't be able to see the basket. Even this failed as Wallace poured in 54 points. outh Seven Kv United Press linsville at Centralia, resumes ac- CollinsvAle. newly c r o w n c d tion against Bcttendorf, Iowa, champion of the Centralia holiday j Among other ranked teams, terrific, countering barrages to body and head. At 35, Robinson's legs no longer were fast enough to take him out of range of the straight-forward rushes. And the Fullmer barrages forced the once-great champion to fall into clinch after clinch, where he was practically "moidercd" by left hooks to the body, and short. | clubbing over-hand rights to the side of the head. Roughness reached its peak in the sixth round when they wrestled to the canvas, landing en- route on the lower ring rope and breaking it. The clock was stopped an additional 25 seconds between the sixth and seventh rounds while workmen tried to repair the rope. But it fell down again in the 10th. and n few extra seconds were required to remove it entirely. Takes Ray's Best Fullmer, who never was stopped in 40 previous fights, proved himself a m a z i n g l y rugged by taking the best shots--right on the chin DONLEYY tournament, plays host at its own pinckneyvillc takes on Chester Sat- _f rom ' the oncc-"rcat old master four-team round-robin. 'while Her- , irt i ay , Kdwanlsville meets Granite who ha(l knockecf rin collides with West Frankfort City, Elgin tangles with I.eyden, and Rock Island tangles with Rock- j a nd Bloom meets Glenbrook. ford West in prep basketball f c a - j A i torii winner o. r the Pontiac who ha(l k n o c k e c o i i 90 of his previous HR opponents. Gene not only took them, but he came fighting back. Sugar Ray's best rounds were -- i · i i ...... " ....... - ~--.. ............ ... ------ .the fourth, ninth and 12th. Thcv mark to 10-0 with a squeak vie ory j ville- w h i c h won (hc I);iris tourna- j wcrc the only ones given him b'v ovcr Pmckncyvjllc in the linal a t | i n c n l lmHls I j i t c h f i c l ( i . , a ,, , hroc r i n R o f f i c i a , allhollR - h r ?iiJ V f rsf°"-Imc oMh · 1 01^ I M o u n t ' Carmel. which suffered j He Kot two of their votes for his S tu v" af crln The i its Hrst defeat in nine games at | g O i U U l v i , . turcs this weekend. Collinsvillc, which ran its season j : m d"Vfranitc~C : ity Saiurday." Grcen- j tourney, plays Wood River Friday n I l . undefeated the ment. hands of Norris City in ilie Madison,' w h c h w o n f i n : l 1 of URI Bridgeport tourney, second ^:ime matches Sparta and | I h e finish in the 15th. three ring officials favored the Westerner on a rounds basis as follows: Referee Goldstein. 8-.V2; ,o V'ViHl River holidnv tourna- j Irics to come back against Carmi. [follows: Referee Goldstein. 8-5-2; cut ' The winners will meet Sal- f^ P:iris - w l l i d l lo()k '^ second I Judge Harold Barnes 9-6. and · d - ' v n ; r h t (lefeat in its tourney, tries to re- j -Judge f- rank Forbes. 10-5. I h e 'Twelfth" ranked West Frankfort, bound against Bridgeport. j United Press agreed. 9-fl. SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith which won its own Egyptian holiday tourney, clashes Friday with Herrin. which has lost only to Collinsville and which is ranked ninth. In another South Seven contest Friday Marion will meet the Rams at Jit. Vernon. Fifth-ranked Rock, Island, which suffered its first setback of the season in an upset by Chicago Heights Bloom last Friday, meets defending state champion Rockford j j Saturday. The Warriors, ranked j j sixth, lost their second game of the season to Pcoria Central last Friday. Undefeated Springfield Lanphier, ranked llth, which took a l a y o f f ! during the holidays, gets back into , action Friday against Pana, and j Saturday against Peoria Manual. ; Two other undefeated clubs i which rested during the holidays-- j Effingha:n St. Anthony which has \ won eight straight by an average j of 40 points, and Carbondale Attucks, 12-0 for the season so far-also resume play. St. Anthony meets Cowden and Attucks runs i into Cairo Sumner. j Peoria Central which has racked i up five straight victories, meets! Peoria Spalding Saturday. j Once-beaten Pekin takes on Pe- j oria Limestone. ! Fourth-ranked Rock Island Alle-; man. which also fell victim to Col- i Also: "Wedding in Monaco." Actual pictures of Grace Kelly and Prince Ranicr's wedding--in Cin- emaScope and Color. Friday 6 p. m. Sat. cont. from 1:30 p. m. STORY OF SUSPENSE AND FEAR! ESTHER WILLIAMS GEORGE NADER Top Stars Compete In Celebrities Event Of Los Angeles Open LOS ANGELES OH -- The pro- celebrities event, prelude to the i rich Los Angeles Open, was stag- j ed at the Rancho Golf Course today with top stars from the pro golf circuit and stage, screen and television competing. The S2.SOO prize in the 18-hole event attracted such stellar names in the world of golf as National Open champion Dr. Cary Middlecoff: Masters and PGA champion -Tnckie Burke. Tommy Bolt, Gene Littler and many others. The entertainment field offered Bob Hope. Dean Martin. Buddy Rogers. (!c r r;;c Gobcl. ?«Iickcy R'-ionry and Howard Keel, to name , Oklahoma to Receive v,-^! | Grantland Rice Award j NEW YORK 7?, -- For the scc- ~'] .-'r.i::h" year th- Univer.'i'y Auto Insurance PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE ENJOY H A K I W A K K Ml'TfAL? DIVIDEND SAVINGS » f : as:. fricnriiy, coast-to-coast service, o j;j.-iii;y protcclioD at now net cost. 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