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..(,-:.TM!3 Fw B? RHS -Lads
Roseburg high school basket-
ball aspirants will take It easy
for the balance of the week, with
Thanksgiving day just around the
corner. Coach Jack Newby said
it's not the easiest thing in the
world to make a bunch of boys
move quickly when they're load
ed with turkey.
But starting Monday, the 52
candidates out to earn their bas
ketball stripes will continue train
ing for a rigorous session of
practice drills, leading up to the
first tilt of the season .against
Cottage Grove Dec. 9.
For, the first game, the Indians
will play at Cottage Grove, re
turning for a home game the
following night. Coach Norm
West's Jayvee squad will accom
pany Newby 's aggregation of 12
varsity players, to be picked in
a short while.
The Indians varsity mentor la
mented the temporary loss of let
terman Dale Blanck, who injur
ed his leg Monday. He is one of
four players who can boast of
any varsity time on the court.
Last year aiancK, Bin van norn
and Frank Olson filled in when
the going was rough for the first
team. This season they may take
over the starting lineup posi
Only starter back ' from la3t
years squad is iexier uarey, a
diminutive, but determined
guard. He is expected to be the
sparKpiug oi mis years squau,
but chances are any number of
up and coming youngsters from
last year's Jayvee ranks may
give him a battle for top playing
Varsity and Jayvee schedules
Dec. 9 Cottage Grove, there.
Dec. 10 Cottage Grove, here.
Dec. 16 Klamath Falls, there.
Dec. 17 Klamath Falls, there.
Dec. 28 Grants Pass, here.
Dec. 29 Tillamook, here.
Jan. 6 Marshfield, here.
Jan. 7 Marshfield, there.
Jan. 10 Sutherlln, there.
Jan. 13 Myrtle Creek, here.
Jan. 14 Myrtle Point, there.
Jan. 20 Myrtle Point, here.
Jan. 27 Reedsport, here.
Jan. 29 Grants Pass, there.
Jan. 31 Myrtle Creek, there.
Feb. 3 Medford, here.
Feb. 4 Medford, there.y
Feb, 7 Sutherlln, here.'
Feb. 17 Reedsport, there.
Feb. 22, 23, 24, 26, 27
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6 The News-Review, Roieburg,
Great Atlas, George Dusette,
Muscle Marvels, To Grapple
In Saturday's Mat Headliner
The Great Atlas and George. Duiette, the grappling giants
of the full-nelson, will provide Douglas county Wreitling followers
with a long-awaited mat spectacle. Despite a stiff gurantee
demanded by "Mr. America," Matchmaker Elton Owen an
nounced there would be no increase in admission prices.
There will be two added at
tractions. Maurice LaChappelle,
France, and Leo Wallick, Boston,
will meet In a three-tail semi-
flnnl. Potfl Bartu. Albunueraue.
and Dale Klser, Portland, will
open the hostilities with a one
The three-star show is certain
to attract a capacity crowd, and
fans are warned to make early,
ringside reservations at Powell's.
Atlas, who will hold a 15-pound
weight advantage, and Dusette,
who is certain to be the popular
favorite, will parade the most
muscular shoulder and arm de
velopments seen by any matman
in the business. With both spe
cializing in the full-nelson, local
ringblrds predict other tactics
will be necessary to score a fall.
Dusette is known to also pos
sess a damaging headlock, but
the French-Canadian is also re
ported to have been developing
a stepover toehold which may
turn the bout into a rough-and-tumble
Atlas, one of the most conceited
grapplers ever to pull on mat
shoes, has never been forced to
resort to villainous tactics, but
as he finds himself out-muscled
by Dusette the big fellow might
well go in for fisticuffs. He ad
mits that he is the greatest wrest
ler in ' the business Georgeous
George included and told Owen
that he has maneuvers in his
wrestling technique many fans
have never witnessed. He inti
mated that he may employ a leg
hold that is "out of this world."
is the way he puts it.
Unbeaten In the Roseburg ar
mory, Atlas last disposed of La
Chappelle. The three-star per-
lormance will be held at 8:30
p.m. Saturday, with Elton Owen
returning as referee after a lapse
of a week.
March 14-18 State tournament.
Dec. 9 Cottage Grove, there.
Dec. 10 Cottage Grove, here.
Dec. 28 Yoncalla, here.
Dec. 30 Yoncalla, there.
Jan. 3 Elkton, there.
Jan. 6 Marshfield, here.
Jan. 7 Marshfield, there.
Jan. 10 Sutherlln vs. Junior III
Jan. 13 Myrtle Creek, here.
Jan. 17 Riddle, there.
Jan. 20 Roseburg Grade
Jan. 24 Glide, there.
Jan. 27 Roseburg Grade
Jan. 31 Myrtle Creek, there.
Feb. 3 Elkton, here.
Feb. 7 Junior Hi School.
Feb. 10 Riddle, here.
Feb. 14 Glide, here.
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Ore. Wed., Nov. 23, 1949
Jack Flood KOs
Hawkins In 4th
SEATTLE, Nov. 23 OPh-Seat-tie's
sepia socker, Jack Flood,
claimed the Pacific Northwest
Heavyweight fight crown today
after a four-round technical
knockout win last night over Ta
coma's Roy Hawkins.
Flood, 191, floored his 196
pound opponent three times in
the first round and put across
the deciding blow in the fourth
a short left that sent Hawkins
reeling against the ropes and to
the floor for a nine-count when
Referee Jimmy Wilson took one
look at the reeling Tacoman and
lifted Flood's hand in token of
victory, Hawkins protested but
it was all over.
In the preliminaries:
Pinkie Cowan, 140, Seattle, won
over Lou Nunes, 144, Poitland,
when the latter was disqualified
in the sixth round for his wres
tling tactics; Buddy Gilman, 128,
Seattle, won an unpopular deci
sion over Joey Ortega, 133, Port
land, In six heats; Tommy Ume
da, 123, Seattle, T.K.O.'d Larry
Reagan, 126, Portland, 4; and
Johnnny Scott, 145, and Dan
Doyle, 145, both of Seattle, drew
in the four-round curtain raiser.
Turkeys Won In
Manager Floyd Baughman of
the Roseburg bowling alleys re
ported a capacity crowd attend
ed last Sunday's turkey "shoot"
at the bowling alley, while near
ly 60 persons participated In the
afternoon-long session of bowl
Top series bowlers won tur
keys in three men's classes plus
a woman's class. Craig won the
class A prize, with a bis series
score. He was allowed a nine
pin handicap. The class B award
went to Gus Spakousky. He hit
a bH4 with a XJ pin Handicap.
John Schaerer won the class
three prize, with a 650 series
score and a 24-pin handicap. In
the ladys' division, Polly Martin
rolled a substantial 543 with a
handicap of 34 pins, to walk Off
with a torn turkey.
Movies To Show Changes;
In Basketball Rules
Motion pictures, showing the
latest basketball rules changes,
will be shown at an officials'
clinic, to be held at Senior high
school Wednesday, Dec. 14, at
7:30 p.m. Roseburg high school
basketball coach said A. uaen
Hawes, of the Oregon Schools
Activities association, will con
duct the clinic featuring the mo
tion picture showing. He will also
go over the rules in the latest
basketball rule book, which will
be available to all those attend
ing the clinic. Newby emphasiz
ed the meet is for all officials
or prospective officials and
coaches throughout the county.
At the end of the meeting, tests
will be passed out to those inter.
ested in working basketball
games this season.
HAMBURG (tP "Fishing
permitted only with rod and sig
nature of the mayor," sais a sign
on a small lake near Hamburg.
PETE BARTU vs. DALE KISER
MAURICE LoCHAPPELLE vs. LEO WALLICK
GREAT ATLAS vs. GEORGES DUSETTE
Roseburg Armory-8:30 P. M.-Nov. 26
By' HAROLD CLAUSSEN '
NEW YORK, Nov. 23 UP) .
Making the final football selec
tions not in the least pleased
with an average of , 806 for the
iesMOu"tm -52S -correct picks oi
657 games. . :, . ... .
This week'a picks: ., - ,t
Notre Dame over Southern Ca
lifornia: a year ago the Trojans
allowed the Notre Darners to
score a tying touchdown hi the
final ' minutes. .. Come . Saturday,
the Irish will pile up an .early
score.'- - '- ' - - :
: Army, over Navy: this, game,
another Saturday feature, will
lure 103,000 spectators, All of
them will be surprised if Navy
wins. . 1
Cornell over Pennsylvania:
This turkey day contest has the
ivy league pennant at stake. Cor
nell's sharper attack, led by Dor
set and Chollet, to defeat the
Rice , over Baylor:. The advan
tage of playing at home gives
Rice the thin edge In this One
with a bid to the Cotton Bowl
going to the victor. It is a Satur
Texas over Texas A & M: Ah
most everyone has belted the
Aggies this year but the cheer
ing Cadets may inspire the club
to give the Long-Horns a rough
Thanksgiving afternoon. .
Oklahoma over Oklahoma A &
M: Jim Lookabaugh quits as
A & M's coach after this game.
But this team will need more
than the desire to give him a
farewell victory to defeat the
Sooners- Saturday afternoon. .
Louisana State over Tulane;
Strictly on a hunch.
Auburn over Clemson: One of
the South's better players, Travis
Tidwell, to shine in his collegi
Other Prognostications .
Finishing the rest in a hurry:
Brown over Colgate, College of
Pacific over California Poly, the
Citadel over Davidson, Detroit
over Wichita, Maryland- over.
West Virginia, Missouri over
Kansas State, North Texas over
Nevada, Utah .over Utah State,
Washington & Lee over Rich
mond, Wyoming over Denver.
Kentucky over Miami.
Alabama over Florida, Boston
College over Holy Cross, Color
ado A & M over Colorado, Ford
ham over New York University,
Georgia Tech over Georgia, Kan
sas over Arizona, Mississippi
over Mississippi State, North
Carolina over Virginia, Pepper
dine over Brigham Young, South
ern Methodist over TCU, Ten
nessee over .Vanderbilt, Tulsa
over Arkansas, Wake Forest
over South Carolina, William &
Mary Over North Carolina State.
Joe Kahut TKOs
Stevens In 8th
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 23
WP Joe Kahut, Woodburn, Ore.,
heavyweight, scored a technical
knockout win over San Francis
co's Ray Stevens last night when
a cut over the right eye kept the
Californlan from answering- the
bell for the ninth round. The bout
was scheduled for 10 rounds.
Kahut, 188, opened the eyebrow
gash in the first stanza and kept
plugging away at it throughout
the fight. The Oregon slugger
carried the fight all the way to
nis lAj pouna opponent.
Junior Pavne. 225. San .Tnso
knocked out Chuck Maxson, 189,
iurvauis, z; ram Kennedy, l&u,
Longview, and Dick Wolfe, 148,
Portland drew. 6: Jerrv Renanrl
128, Portland, decisloned Mel Ea-
gleman, 126, Salem, 4; and Chuck
Lyons, 158, Portland, decisioned
ai unn, 167, Portland, 4.
BULL FIGHTER TRIES ELK
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. UP)
Claude Robinson, 19, chased a
tennis ball and wound up wrestl
ing a bull elk. The elk, long an
tlers tossing, charged the youth
when he climbed into' its enclo
sure at the Lincoln Park Zoo in
quest of the stray ball.
Robinson grabbed the elk's
horns near its head and hung on
trying to dodge the sharp points.
The elk battered him against the
fence and had him penned there,
practically exhausted, when zoo
attendants rescued him.
The youth was cut and bruised
on the face and head. But after
all, he explained, the bill cost
K t i V i
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SELLS INDIANS - The Cleveland Indians change band as Bill
. Veeck (right) signs, paper turning the baseball club over to a syndi
cs t headed by Ellis Ryan (left), insurance executive. The sale at a
reported $2,200,000 was completed In the stadium offices at Cleveland,
Grappler Kay Bell,
By Gas In Home
' CRYSTAL BEACH, Ont... Nov.
23 UP) Kay Bell- Sr.,-who went
from the Washington State col
lege gridiron to pro football and
the wrestling ring,1 was fourtd un
conscious with his wife and three
small children in a gas-filled cot
tage here yesterday. . ; .
. . AH were revived. -. . ;;
'- Bell and. four-year-old Kay Jr.
were reported in good condition
last night at a' Fort Erie hospi
tal. .His . wife- and two- infant
daughters were not hospitalized.
Constable Arthur .Thornton of
the Crystal Beach police said the
family apparently was overcome
by fumes in their sleep.
Bell played left tackle for
Washington State, later filling the
same post lor the proiessionai
Cleveland Rams, Chicago Bears,
Los Angeles, Columbus Bulldogs
and New York Giants.
He's now a wrestler with mo
tion pictures as a sideline. He
aouDiea lor victor Mature in the
forthcoming "Samson and Deli
lah." Bell will be remembered by
Roseburg wrestling fans for his
appearances here oh two cards.
He was in a supporting bout on
tne night oi The Angel s ap
pearance and later was defeated
by a St. Louis opponent.
Two Men Claim
PANAMA, Panama, Nov. 23
(JP) Two men claimed the pre
sidency of Panama today after
a wild night of rioting in which
one child was killed and 11
Police gunfire smashed a near
revolt as Dr. Daniel Chanis Jr.,
forced to resign as president Sun
day in a national police coup
led thousands of supporters in a
march on the presidential palace
in an attempt to regain power.
Inside the palace behind police
guards was Roberto Chiari, for
mer vice president who was
sworn in as nresident after
Chanis bowed to a police ultima
tum and resigned. He insisted he
would sit tight and remain pre
sident. National police, who are Pan
ama's, only armed force, dispers
ed tha marchers with machine
gun bullets, rifle fire and tear
The demonstrators had rallied
Dcnind Chanis as he dramatical
ly strode into a session of the
national assembly and declared!
"I withdraw my resignation." He
iiung me letter to the floor and
insisted he still was the constitu
tional president of Panama.
The 58-vear-old surpeon.nnHH.
clan, who had served as presi-
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FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
(By The Associated Presi)
PORTLAND. Ore. Jo Kahut. 1B8.
Woodburn, Ore., topped Ray Stevena,
300. San. Francisco, a.
ST. PAUL Corky Gonzales, 12fl, Den
ver, outpointed Harold Dade, 128 V.
Los Angeles, -10.
. LOS ANGELES Carlos Chavez. 134ft,
Los Angeles, stopped Lem Thomas,
138ft, Chicago, 5.
SEATTLsWack Flood; 491. - Settle,
stopped Roy Hawkins, 106, Tacoma, 4.
HONOLULU Carl Bobo Olson. 103,
Honolulu, outpointed Johnny Duke, 157 Va
Los Angeles. 10.
Stroble Says He
Wants To Live
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23 UP)
'Til do everything . I can to
So says Fred Stroble. charged
with the brutal sex murder of
six-year-old Linda Joyce Glucoft.
AsKea Dy newsmen in tne coun
ty jail yesterday if he would
plead insanity, the 66 -year -old
"They told me not to say so,
but I think I am."
He complained of a "buzzln in
my head" and added: "I've been
drinking steadily the last couple
of months. . J can't believe that
I killed her. . .my head is on
fire ... I must have been crazy."
A public defender indicated
that a streetcar injury 13 years
ago may figure in the defense
Stroble may be considering a
private defense. He sent a note
asking his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Haus-
man, to visit him. It was in Haus
man's home that Linda was kill
ed. Stroble also asked Haus
man's attorney to see him.
In his first interview, the little
baker told a story of frustration
and drunkenness and the squand
dering of $10,000 in bars since he
lost his last job in 1946.
Married when he was 35, he
said that until his wife was com
mitted to a state mental hospital
several years ago, he was faith
ful to her.
He admitted "stepping out"
In recent years. He said he broke
up with one woman because he
couldn't marry her. "There was
a Mexican girl In Tijuana five
weeks ago and the little girls
for about four years. . ."
Asked if he thought he deserv
ed to die in the gas chamber, he
replied, "I couldn't answer that.
But I'll do everything I can to
live. Everybody wants to live."
He is due to appear Friday be
fore Superior Judge Robert H.
Scott for arraignment
Indians gave the Bad Lands of
South Dakota their name Mako
Sica In their language says the
National Geographic Society.
dent only four months until he
was ousted by police chief Col.
Jose Remon, then led a crowd of
demonstrators that grew to thou
sands as they passed through the
Fat, Slow Pace,
Toys With Foe
By JACK HAND
NEWARK, N. J., Nov. 23-OP)
Joe Louis . bulges around the
middle. A roll of fat oozes over
the waistline of his royal purple
Fat slow at pc--;;i,
the retired heavyweight champ
still has what It takes to excite
a fight fan.
The Newark armory buzzed as
the '35 -year -old Brown Bomber
ciimbed through the ropes last
night for a 10-round exhibition
with young Johnny Cheshul of
Bayonne, N. J.
If you didn't look too closely,
you might Imagine this was the
Louis who bombed ouf Jersey Joe
Walcott in the summer of 1948.
But by no stretch of the imagU
nation could you conjure up the
mage of .the trim tiger who
annihilated Max Schmellng in
1938.. ., . ,
y was a very good hoiBe.for a
meaningless exhibition. Some 5,
000 paid $15,200. Louts took home
Cheshul wasted no time get
ting on his bike. Louis stood in
mid-ring and jabbed while the
Bayonne lad retreated In circles.
It almost seemed as though Joe
was afraid he might hit him too
A stiff Louis jab wobbled Che
shul but the Bomber's timing was
off and his right slipped harm
lessly to the body.
In the fifth Louis opened a cut
over Cheshul's left eye. A four
punch combination dropped the
Jersey boy for eight He slipped
down again on both knees for no
count just before the bell.
Louia might have knocked out
Cheshul in the fifth but he didn't
open up again. Twice he meas
ured his man in the sixth with
that long left hand. Each time,
Cheshul got away.
There was a shadow of the old
Louis in the tenth when he fin
ished strong, chasing Cheshul
around the ring, digging three
hard rights to the body just be
fore the final bell.
SAN FRANCISCO (JP) Last
year Americans spent nearly
twice as much on fishing as they
did on hunting.
Figures reported by the Cali
fornia Division of fish and game
show that $1,350,000,000 was spent
by American anglers in 1948,
while the hunters dug down to
the tune of $75,000,000 for their
SAN FRANCISCO UP! Deer
hunters in California have had
their best year. By the end of
October, the Division of Fish and
Game had already received 50,
000 deer tags turned in by hunt
ers. The highest previous rec
ord was set in 1948 when tags
for 47,789 bucks were turned in.
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Medical Art. Lab ' '
BIUMllllBr : .., . i. .
Boneburg JwlM -. J JJ
Cimti November M .
Ho O Yminf S. Medical Art Lab 1,
Kwcburi Jewelen 0. ShaUmar Boom i.
Hlh 'Individual game KOrat D. Mix
183: high individual MM -y'S- rancl
Knuduon 609. . .t j
Total ... ..! " 807 839 844
S. Parr !?!
V. Blakeley .14 J
H. Mentier JS ai
Handicap W 3
. 87308 -133
819 '; 7U8 804 2421
n Miv .10 IB-
HkndlcaD 1 142 1
Total ..'....:....;...833 853 853 658
a Barker Is 410
w'. Bishop I
172 111 11J 398
471 101 142474
...178 -178 178-334
ml K11-.7&B 2502
Roy O.. Younff,? lin.
124, 100 .133417
.125 134 143 102
!.108 108 160378
; 110 1 51 173434
174 156 140470
JOT 107 107321
y! Blessing .
...748 816 856 2420
ai - - -
Wilj0 89 145 110344
Chwin 1M 100 128-333
1MI 122 144-388
Mvriie ureea duuumib ohw,
ShirtcUff 180 118 169-MJ
Jonea , a
176 176 176 528
Total . -
. 829 813 854 2496
Rep. Norblad Opposed
By AFL Of Oregon , ,
PORTLAND VB The Secre- ,
tarv r.f tha flrp(7nn Federation of V
Labor said that Rep. Walter Nor
blad, Republican ot Astoria,
would not have the union's sup
port for reelection next year.
T T Maw nvanntivo RpprptarV
of the union, said the AFL was
opposed to Norblaa oecause -we
disapprove Norblad's attitude to-
..rorl lnhnf Wo Will Slinmrt
someone else, but we don't know
now who It win De." iMoroiaa is
from northwest Oregon's first
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