The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 06, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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    Ike Viliiams
Feared 'Rx
In Title Fight
Lightweight Champ
Winner By Dtciiion
Over Freddy Dawson
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. ttJP)
Ike WlUlami still rules the light
weight! but he furnished more
excitement In his dressing room
than he did outpointing Chicago's
Freddy Dawkson In Convention
hall's ring.
The champion, in an unusual
pre-light press conference last
night, called reporters to his
dressing room and told them he
feared a "fix."
Williams related that he re
ceived a telephone call during
the afternoon in which the caller
said if the bout went the full 15
rounds the championship would
change hands.
Frank (Blinky) Palermo, who
signed a contract to manage the
Trenton, N. J., Negro for an
other three years, refused to put
much credence In the report. But
at Wlliams' insistence called the
sports writers from ringside.
' Ike refused to elaborate on his
statement or give the name of
. the person who called him.
But after taking a unanimous
but close decision from Dawson
that displeased many in the house
oi lu.asa, wuuams saia nis iears
apparently resulted from a "bum
steer." .
The odds, however, on the
'champion dropped during the
day from 12 to 5 to 7J to S as
plenty of money showed for the
Chicagoan. In three previous
non-title bouts they fought a ten
round draw, Williams won by a
knockout In another and took the
third by a close decision.
Acting Chairman George Jones
of the state athletic commission
said he had no knowledge of any
reported fix.
It looked for several rounds,
especially in the closing sessions,
that Damson might lift the crown
which Williams won by knock
ing out Bob Montgomery In 1847.
The bobbing, weaving, In
fighting Dawson was a real puz
zle for Ike, who likes to stand
up and punch. Not once did Wil
liams land his pay-off punch. He
did get in probably the hardest
blow of the fight and that Isn't
saying much in the fifth. It
was a solid left to the head.
Dawson made his best showing
In the 12th and final heats but
his blows from the Inside were
not hard enough to make the
champion give ground. -
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RINGING DECISION Out-,
pointing Henry Hall of Shef
field in 15 rounds for British
welterweight title, choir-singing
Welsh coal miner Eddie
Thomas renders a victory song
in London, England, ring.
Oregon-OSC Game
Pictures Featured
Motion pictures of the Univer
sity of Oregon-Oregon State col
lege football game, played at Eu
gene Saturday, Nov. 19, will be
shown at the Umpqua hotel civic
club room tonight at 6 o'clock.
Speakers on the program will
Include "Bump" Elliott, OSC
backfleld coach; Bob Knoll,
alumni association manager and
Dr. C. L. Maser, dean of busi
ness and technology.
Tickets to the affair may be
purchased from Ray Puckett,
Maurice Newland or at the hotel
this evening.
WARREN TALK8 AT DRAIN
New changes In basketball rul
es were heard at the Drain Lions
club meeting Tuesday from John
Warren, varsity basktball coach
at tne university oi Oregon. He
also told of his experience in
basketball during his 21 years of
coaching.
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WSC Still Among
Unbeaten Ranks;
UO Plays Tonight
By The Associated Press
Towering Gene Conley kept the
Washington State college Cou
gars In the ranks of basketballs'
undefeated teams Monday night
with a sparkling 25-point per
formance. The one-man spree by the soph
omore center enabled tne Cou
gars to take a 58-49 decision over
the Eastern Washington Savages.
The losers held a 24-23 halftime
edge and hung tight throughout,
largely to the 21-polnt efforts of
Dick Elcher.
Not until six and a half min
utes of the second half elapsed
when Jim Howell sank a long
shot and a free throw did WSC
take and keep the lead.
The game, WSC's third win In
as many starts, was the closest
of the night's meager menu.
Central Washington college
hung the season's third defeat
on Lewis & Clark's defending
northwest conference co-titlists,
84-46,. at Portland with Harold
Jones setting a 15-point pace.
College of Idaho got into the
win column with a 70-40 margin
over Eastern Oregon, and the
Oakland AAU Nuggets hit the
century mark with a 101-51 tri
umph over Southern Oregon.
Principal cage interest of the
northwest centers tonight in New
York city's Madison Square gar
den where Oregon takes on New
York university. The Beavers,
Pacific Coast conference titlists,
lost Saturday to Canlsius 58-43,
OSC Wrestling
Clinic Planned
OREGON STATE COLLEGE,
Corvallls, Dec. 6 By special re
quest of last year's participants,
a second annual high school
wrestling clinic for prep coaches
and directors and instructors in
physical education will be held
on the Oregon State campus Dec.
16 and 17, Atheltlc Director Roy
(Spec) Keene announced this
week.
The popular event, which is
offered as an in-service training
by the division of physical edu
cation and department of inter
collegiate athletics, will be di
rected by Bob Antonacci, varsity
wrestling coach and former NC
AA national champion in his
weight class. Jim Dixon, asso
ciate professor of physical educa
tion, will aid in the program.
The two-day clinic wll Include
three sessions Friday afternoon,
2 to 5; Saturday morning, 9 to
12; and Saturday afternoon, 2
to 5. Covered in the program
will be methods and techniques
of coaching high school wres
tling, administration and super
vision of a strong mat program
and the educational values de
rived from participation In
wrestling.
Actual demonstrations by OSC
varsity wrestlers and films of
national championship matches
will be special features of the
clinic. Those attending are urged
to bring work clothes for par
ticipation In demonstrations.
GILL PAVILIAN LARGE
The main playing floor of the
new Oregon State basketball
coliseum Is large enough to put
three regulation length courts If
they were run widthwlse.
6 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore.-7-Tues., Dec. 6, 1949
YMCA Leaguers
Set For Opening .
Tite Kukeuui g YMCA iuutkeibaii
league launches play tonight at
the Roseburg armory, with garnet
se for 7:30 and 9 o'clock. The
early contest will be played be
tween Umpqua Plywood and the
Roseburg National Guard, while
the latter game will featuro First
Christian church opposing Rose
burg Jaycees.
Although the league will not
feature competitive action in the
strict sense of the word, Rose
burg YMCA secretary- Marlen
Yoder said a cup may be given
the . winner. Of Oder emphasized
that the games are being played
"strictly for fun."
In order to hold down costs,
each team will provide Its own
equipment, scorekeeper, and ref
erees, wltn tne two teams not
playing obligated to provide of
ficials. All games will be played
at the armory.
Each team in the four-club
league will play the same op
ponent five times during the sea
son. A first and second half win
ner will be declared, with a play
off series listed for the end of
the season if the same team does
not win both halves.
YMCA league games will be
played each Tuesday night, at
7:30 and 9 o'clock. Visitors are
invited to observe the games.
Canyonville Girls
Win; Boys Downed
The Canyonville Tigers opened
their winter sports season by
splitting even with Oakland, win
ning the girls volleyball bame
25-13 and losing a basketball
thriller 32-29.
The volleyball game was high
lighted by the fine serving of
Frances Russell and Dora Gene
Springstead and the spiking of
Ina Mae Spencer and Dana
Baird. Betty Clark's excellent
set-ups helped Spencer spike the
ball. The Tigresses were ahead
16-8 at the half. BaUey and Lee
looked good for Oakland.
The boys' game was nip and
tuck from the opening whistle,
with Canyonville drawing first
blood. A basket by Lawrence
Armstrong gave the Tigers the
first lead by Oakland tied it up,
led 9-8 at the quarter and 19-13
at the half. Armstrong and Ern
est Shippel of Canyonville were
the high scorers of the game with
12 and 13 points respectively,
while Brownson and Robertson
with 9 points each, were the lead
ers for Oakland, followed by Hill
with eight.
Marvin Burwcll, Tiger center,
was a bullwark on defense but
he couldn't make it 100 percent
against taller Oakland players.
Superior Oakland backboard
play won the game for Oakland.
Roy Shirley and Dick Cloud also
played well for the Tigers.
Eddie Waitkus Awarded
'Achievement Plaque'
BALTIMORE, Dec. 6 UP)
Eddie Waitkus, Philadelphia
Philly first baseman who was
shot last season by a woman in
Chicago, today was awarded the
"achievement plaque ' of tne Na
tional Baseball Congress.
The award is for the outstand
ing major league player to grad
uate from the amateur diamonds
of the Congress. The 1948 winner
was batcnei Paige, tne ageless
Cleveland Indian hurler.
Waitkus was hitting .306 In 54
games when he was sidelined by
a woman admirer who shot him
in a Chicago hotel.
HOLMAIM BACK AGAIN
Tommy Holm an,, standout
guard on the OSC basketball
team, is starting his fourth sea
son on the Beaver varsity. He
first made the grade as a fresh
man back in 1943 when first
year men were eligible for the
varsity. After battle duty with
the infantry in Europe, Tommy
returned to the campus in time
for the 1948 season.
GAMES RECEIPTS TOLP
DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 6 (VP)
Notre Dame and Southern Meth
odist each received $116,477 as
their share of the gate receipts
from their football game Satur
day. The 75,000 plus fans who watch
ed the game In the Cotton Bowl
paid a gross of $261,424.
During World War II, some
U.S. military manuals pointed
out that men srtanded in the wil
derness might sometimes get
food by catching and eating insects.
5 Cash Discount
On All Farm Machinery
UNTIL DEC. 31st .
This includes Tractors, Hay Balers, Combines, Gasoline
Enginat, Plows, Tandem Discs, Offset Discs, Spreaders,
Wagons, Mowers, Spikeroorh Harrows, Springfooth Har
rows, Cement Mixers, Grain Drills, Hay Rake, Garden
Tractors, Scales, Corn Shellers, Grindstones, Busx Saws,
Light Plants.
BUY WHERE YOU SHARE IN THE SAVINGS
DOUGLAS COUNTY
Farm Bureau Co-Operative Exchange
ROSEBURG, OREGON
Phone 98
Located W. Washington St. and S. P. R. R. Tracks
$
.- .C
EVENING LINE CMcego
Stags advance in line as shot by
Washington Capitols' Jack Nich
ols. 15, left, rims the basket in
second half at Madison Square
Garden. The Stags won the
first half of a National Basket
ball Association double-header,
77-63, before 15,145.
FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
(By The AlBoeiitftd Presll)
PHILADELPHIA Ike Wllliami, 13S,
Trenton, N. J., outpointed rreaay uw
ion. 134. Chicago 1S.
ALBUQUERQUE Benny Cordova. 1H5,
Albuquerque, knocked out Don. Forter,
171, Los Angeles 13).
NEWARK, N. J. Lew Jenkins, 139,
Sweetwater, Tex. knocked out Johnny
de Fazio 1373.. Bayonne. N. J. (8J.
BALTIMORE Al Davis, 133 V,, New
York outpointed Tommy Bneppara, ii,
Ralilmnre llUI.
TUCSON, Ar. Jock Leslie, 13S. Flint,
Mien., outpotntea vecu Bcnoonamaxcr,
122. Loa Angelea 110).
McGuire Wins Praise
PORTLAND, Dee. 6 UP) Stan
McGuire, Oregon State's place
kicking end, got double praise
from his teammates Monday
night as Beaver alumni feted the
1949 football team.
He was elected to captain next
year's varsity and also was pre
sented the Sitton award as the
team's outstanding lineman.
Halfback Dick Gray was nam
ed the team's most valuable
player and John Thomas wis
dubbed the best downfield block
er. ;
OSC's PAYNE SPARKLES
Bob Payne, 6 foot, 3 Inch trans
fer Oregon State forward from
San Francisco Junior college, has
made a good start towards fill
ing the brilliant Cliff Crandal's
shoes at least from outward
appearances. He has adopted
Crandall's famous number 18,
is the same height as Cliff, has
red hair and even looks a little
like the Beavers' ail-American
of last eyar.
Intramural: Underway
Myrtle Creek high school open
ed its intramural sports program
Monday. The sophomore Hatchet,
heads defeated the Freshmen
Meteor Mites 22-21.
The games, directed by Miss
Shirley Baker, adviser of the
(Jiris Athletic association, are
played during the noon hour on
Mondays, Wednesdays and alter
nate fTiaays.
CARPENTER TO PLAY
Ken Carpenter, brilliant Ore
gon State halfback and prac
ticaly a unanimous first-team
choice on the all-Pacific Coast
teams, was one of the first half
dozen seniors invited to play for
the West team in the annual
Shrine game at San Francisco.
He already has accepted.
COLISEUM OPENER DUE
Seventy thousand sacks of ce
ment enough for several train
loads went into Oregon State's
mammotn new basketball coli.
seum which wil be used for the
first time when the Beavers
play Utah at Corvallis Dec. 16
and 17.
At holiday times turkey may
mean a big meal, but in radio
slang it's a program that has
been a complete failure.
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DeSylvia, Dotur
Accept East-West
Game Playing Bids
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 6-im
Llndy Berry, Texas Christian
quarterback who ranked as one
of the natidVs best passers this
season, will play for the western
team in the annual East-West
football classic here Dec. 31.
Acceptance hv Brrv of n In-
vitation to partldoate in the fam
ed charity game for the S tinn
ers' crippled children's hospital,
was announced toaay Dy tne se
lection committee.
Joining Berry will be one of
his Texas Christian teammates,
Don Narrell, giant tackle. Nar
rell stands 6 feet 4 inches and
weighs 235 pounds.
Another lineman named today
was Tom DeSylvia, Oregon State
guard who weighs 215 pounds
and stands 5 feet 11 inches.
Stars who accepted western in
vitations yesterday were tackles
Steve Dotur, Oregon; Prather, a
6 foot 4 Inch athlete, also can fill
In at end.
The West squad to date also
Includes Southern Methodist's
great Doak Walker, all America
back; his team mate, dick mc
Klsslck, also a back; Oregon
State's all coast halfback, Ken
Carpenter, and Tom Novak, Uni
versity of Nebraska center.
Ohio Five Wins
Doubleheader
NEW YORK, Dec. 6 CD Bowl
ing Green isn't losing any time
in trying to better its excellent
basketball record of last season.
1 The Ohio quintet Is taking on
early-season opponents two at
a clip. Last night the Falcons
won their second doubleheader
of the year, 73-41 over Gustavuj
Adolphus and 72-39 over Bluff
ton. But Bowling Green has a real
test coming up at Western Ken
tucky Thursday. The Hiltoppers
stopped Kentucky Wesleyan last
night, 89-45.
Sophomore-powered Washing
ton State won its third straight,
defeating Eastern Washington,
5&M9.
A Rose Bowl-bound football
player helped out in Ohio State's
82-53 rout of Marquette. Dick
Schnittker, a football end and
sometime ' basketball forward,
dropped in 33 points to break his
own Buckeye scoring mark of
32.
Tulane, one of the southern
powers, won its fourth straight,
84-56, over Southern Louisiana.
North Carolina State, another
southern giant, notched its sec
ond over Davidson, 77-33, but
North Carolina fell before Vir
ginia Tech, 62-48.
Baylor, a defending Southwest
conference champion, opened
with an easy one over North
Texas State, 59-37.
Louisville, usualy one of the
strong Kentucky fives, edged by
Indiana State, 68-66.
Iowa State took Grinnell, 70
59. Crelghton surprised Kansas,
59-55. Northwestern barely whip
ped Ripon, 58-50. Iowa dropped
Michigan State, 73-53. Indiana
drubbed Wabash, 64-33.
Swimming Awards Given
Coach Bill Chatham of the
Drain high school received 114
beginner swimming certificates
and four senior life saving certi
ficates from the Douglas county
chapter of the American Red
Cross, to award to participants
in last summer's swimming pro
gram at the North Douglas Liv
ing Memorial swimming pool, lo
cated In Drain.
Chatham was In charge of the
Red Cross swimming classes
there.
Radio manufacturers report
that television receivers constl
tute 65 percent of the dollar vol
ume of their output
Fried ants, eaten by some peo
ple in South Africa, -are said to
taste like bacon.
Ways
A pair of skk
mountain sir ...
(lopes . . . then back to the lodge fat
dinner and a glass of light Olympia.
These are among the good
things of life.
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Clinic For Official.,
Coaches Scheduled
Coaches of Douglas county, bas
ketball offiicals and prospective
officials are invited to attend a
ketball officials and prospective
Senior high school Wednesday,
Dec. 14, at 7:30 p: m., announced
Jack Newby, Roseburg high
school basketball coach.
A. Oden Hawes of the Oregon
Schools Activities association will
conduct the clinio and will show
a motion picture explaining latcit
rule changes of the game. Tests
will be passed out at the end t
the meeting to those interested
in working basketball games
throughout the county.
KP GIRLS
Corps Receives
Lighted Baton
A new, lighted baton was pre
sented to the Knights of Pythias
Girls drum corps of Roseburg
Monday night by Tipton and Per
min Insurance company and J.
M. Housley real estate company
both of Roseburg.
Director Bill Black of the corps
said the gift was "greatly ap
preciated" by the girls and him
self. Vallerie Sparks, drum ma
jorette, will twirl the new, light
ed baton.
With 45 frlrls In the corps now,
Director Black related the girls
in black could not distinguish be
tween the signals in the dark,
and a lighted baton will relieve
this situation.
The girls will hold their first
public drill Wednesday, to adver
tise the Northwest Turkey show.
They will parade In the down
town streets. Black indicated the
girls would not be in uniform, as
all members of the band are not
yet equipped.
The corps has been enlarged
from last year's membership of
30 girls. This year, the bugle sec
tion is bigger by five sopranos,
two tenors and two baritone
trumpets.
The girls practice each Mon
day night, at the K-P hall and,
weather permitting, in the
streets, under Black's suDervi
sion. Seaside Sets Banquet
For Kenny Carpenter
1 OREGON STATE COLLEGE
Corvallis, Dec. 6 Ken Carpen
ter, one of the most, famous ath
letes ever to come out of Seaside,
Ore., will be honored by his home
town with a huge banquet
Wednesday night. Another spe
cial guest and speaker for the
affair will be Kip Taylor, Ore
gon State's dynamic new foot
ball coach who piloted the Beav
ers to seven victories in ten
starts the past esason.
Carpenter, an all-coast half
back who will play for the West
in the Shrine game Dec. 31 in
San Francisco, is the first OSC
back In history to make more
than a thousand yards in ona
season. He covered more than
two miles of ground in his four
years on the. Orange varsity and
ranks as one of the school's all
time greats.
BEAVERS SET OPENER
Oregon State's football team
will open its 1950 schedule
against Michigan State at East
Lansing on Sept. 23. The Beavers
dpfpatpH tho Rnarlam 0.00 1.
one of the biggest upsets of 'the
SLABWOOD
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Senior High Team ;
Enters The Stretch j
Week Of Practice
Coach Jack Newby's varsity
Indians entered the stretch prac
tice week Monday, with the sea
son opener a non-leaguer let
to be played at Cottage Grove .
Friday night. Saturday, both
clubs wind up a two-game series
bv plaving at Senior hieh school.
"Season reserved seat tickets,
which went on sale Monday at
J-V Sporting Goods store, will be
honored at Saturday night's
game. Coach Jack Newby said
first day sale of tickets was en-
Anxmirlni hut manv ortnri spjita
MM ..ill n't.oIlahlA Onlu S3 SPAtK
out of a possible 750 will be re
served NewDy saia, ana inose
ttihn Wanrt tn nttpnd the PamPH
at home and want to make cer
tain of a seat eacn time, are
tn t.telt l.V .Qnnrttnff DnnHa
store this week, to make their
reserved seat purchases.
. A book of nine tickets are pric
ed at $6, Newby said. Tickets
will not be honored at the Doug
las division of the District 5 bas
ketball playoff, to be played here
at the end of the season. Myrtle
rva1s Cnlhorlln RppHcnnrt Unit
Roseburg will be the participat
ing Bcnuura.
Class Change Proposal
Vetoed By Association
PORTLAND W) There will J
be no special sports division for
the state's larger schools this
year.
The body that regulates high
school sports turned down a pro
posal to have schools larger than
700 students compete among
themselves in a Class AA.
It would have been a special
division in addition to the pres
ent class A and class B.
The 19 members of the dele
gate assembly of the Oregon
Schools Activities association de
feated the measure, 11 to 8.
They also voted down a .pro
posal to lift the dividing line be
tween the two present classes
from 150 to 200 students.
That will keep the present ar
rangement in effect: schools with
more than 150 students will com
pete in class A, those with fewer
students in class B.
Portland Trade Told
BALTIMORE, Dd Dec. 6.-OP)
Acquisition of three new pitch
ers and a catcher trade was an
nounced Monday by Bill Mulli
gan, general manager of the
Portland Beavers.
The catcher swap sends Bill
Burgher, ex-Oregon star, to San
Diego in exchange for Johnny
Ritchey.
New hurlers include Jack
Creel, from Houston in the Texas
league; John Tierney, up from
Yakima in the Western Interna
tional; and Max Macon, playing
manager and utility man from
Modesto of the California circuit.
The first all-electric radio sets
In which the storage battery was
eliminated were developed near
ly 25 years ago. !
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