The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, December 07, 1949, Page 6, Image 6

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6 Tht News-Review, Roieburg,
Rocky Graziano
Decisions Home
CLEVliLAKD, Vee. 7. CT)
Rocky Graziano, once the kayo
king of the middleweights, today
shrugged off a rusty perform
ance against George (Sonny)
Home and growled,
"You can't knock 'em all out.
Some nights you can't knock any.
body out"
Rocky meant his disgust, too.
He won his third straight 10
round decision over Horne last
night at the Cleveland News' 24th
annual Christmas fund show. But
he got socked pretty hard In the
last five rounds.
Graziano's trainer, Whltey Blra
stein, wasn't so pessimistic.
"You did all right, considering
It was only your second fight in
Just about a year," consoled Blnv
stein. "You needed that one un
der your belt"
Rocky's last fight was a kayo
over another hot title contender,
Charley Fusari, In ihe 10th
In the third round, Home's
face took on a silly expression
when Graziano slammed his Jaw
with a hard right. He started
sinking. Again In the fifth, the
same thing happened.
But In both cases the bell
clanged In time.
The life started to ooze out of
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Oregon High School
Basketball Scores
my T- A"""'fH ii1;)
Franklin (Portland) 47, MUwaukla,
Banaon (PortUnd) 40, Central Catholic
(Portland) 34.
V em on la 39, Tillamook '27.
Foreit Grova 96, WUlamlnl 4S.
Parkdala 41, Coroett 40.
Sacred Heart (Salem) 32, Mt. Angel
Lebanon 94, Junction City 41.
Willamette Froih 40. Newberf 23.
Eugene 43, Cottage Grove 23.
Amity 37. Newbertf B 14.
Cleveland (Portland) 30, Beaverton
Estacada SO, Columbia Prep (Port-
una) 7.
Wheeler 30. Astoria 23.
Newport 30, Waldport 30.
Parkrose 38, Gretham 39.
Odell 43. Cascade Locka 21.
Elmlra M, Lowell 37.
Molalla 37. Rainier 31.
Concordia Academy (Portland) 30,
sanoy ft.
Carlbaldl 37, Warrenton 31.
Oakrldge 49. Pleaiant Hill 33.
Wlllamett 40. Albany 32.
Jefferion (Portland) 03, Longvlew,
Waih., 36.
Rocky after that, and Horne be
gan to look around with more
interest. He raised a cut over
Rocky's left eye In the sixth and
worked studiously on that for the
remainder of the bout.
Cleveland's Chuck Hunter out
pointed the favored Dick Wag
ner of Portland, Oregon, in a
light heavyweight 10-rounder,
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With Thrilling
Rally, 4M5
By The Associated Press
With a spine-tingling rally that
netted six points In the final 13
seconds, Oregon states Facmc
Coast conference title defenders
climbed back onto basketball's
victory wagon last night by de
feating New xorK university aa
45 in Madison Square garden.
The Beavers trailed 45-43 when
Bill Harper snared a violet pass
In mldcourt and raced in for a
hook shot to knot the count Five
seconds later, with both sides
fighting desperately to control
the ball. New York's Bob- Ber-
derlan fouled Bob Payne and the
sophomore forward converted to
put osc our in front.
That was the game, but hen
Rlnearson iced It at the final gun
with a layin shot and added a
free throw after the game ended.
His 13 points were high for the
Oregon State trailed 19-9 early
In the first half, fought back to a
24-24 deadlock at halftime and
moved out to a seven-point ad
vantage in the second period only
to see it vanish before the New
Yorkers' attack.
The victory sent the Beavers
off to Madison, Wise, with an
even break in two road starts.
They meet the Wisconsin Bad
gers tomorrow night.
While Oreeon State was taking
Intersectional honors, the North
west s cage slate was rather
Llnfleld put on a i7-point rally
In the final four-minutes to dump
Oregon College of 'Education 67
56 at Monmouth; Gonzaga spoil
ed Whitman's home debut with
a 54-37 verdict; Vanport whipped
Clark Junior college 65-54 and
Central Washington nipped Port
land university 61-58' as reserve
guard Larry Dowen scored from
the floor and Dean Nicholson and
Fred Peterson converted charity
tosses in the closing minute and
a half.
NEW YORK, Dec. 7. (B
Leon Hart. Not Dnmo'a all.
America end, will receive the
Herman memorial, trophy to
night as "the outstanding college
football player" of the 1949
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The Great Atlas, Dusette
To Fight Again At Armory;
Both Confident Of Victory
The Great Atlas, still boosting himself as the greatest strength
wrestler In the business,' gets another chance to prove his prowess
t hc .Roicbui'g aivnuiy Saturday night. Hi luiuwr "Sir. Ameri
ca," considered by his Hollywood cronies as the most handsome
and muscular Adonis In California, will be meeting Georges Dusette,
popular French-Canadian, in the one-hour hebdllner. '
Cleveland Buys
Portland Ace, j
Hal Saltzman
Veeck, dynamic ex-president of
the Cleveland club is gone but
the Indians are still stealing the
show from the rest of the major
league clubs. :
While the others were feinting
and fencing but apparently ac
complishing nothing in their ef
forts to swing the first big trade
at the minor league convention,
the Indiana came up with one
of the finest pitching prizes in
the minors. .....
He Is Hal Saltzman, 24-year-old
righthander who won 23 and
lost 13 for the Portland club of
the Pacific Coast league. General
Manager Hank Greenberg of the
Indians, who announced the pur
chase Tuesday night, said Saltz
man cost Cleveland five players
besides an undisclosed amount of
cash. He estimated the deal re
presented a $100,000 purchase.
Saltzman, a University of Ore
gon product who had only a year
and a half of professional base
ball experience before Joining
the Beavers last year, Is general
ly regarded as the top pitching
prospect on the coast. He pitched
22 complete games last year and
fanned 120 In 276 innings.
To get the youngster, the In
dians had to top the offers of
three rival big league clubs.
Gneenberg said both New York
clubs and the Chicago White Sox
were after him. In addition to
about $30,000 In cash, the Indians
gave up outfielders Hal Peck and
Luis Marquez from their own
Oakland Downs Riddle,
37-25; Rice Scores 18
Leading all the way, Oakland
high school basketballers defeat
ed the Riddle club, 37-25, Tuesday
night at Riddle. Half-time score
was 22-10. In the J-V preliminary,
Oakland's John Knierm led his
teammates, to a 25-13 victory,
dropping ten points through the
hoop for high point man. Rice
was high man in the main con
test, scoring 18 points for Oak
land. Oakland Pos. Riddle
Brownson, 2 ....F 8, Buckley
Hill ,8 :..F.. 4, Vaughn
Robertson, 7 ....C 2, Bushnell
R. Seely. 2 . G 9. Hendricks
Rice, 18 i..G...:.. 0, Rigsby
r l, Mann
1, Ziska
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Buck Davidson, the tough
Texas, and Cal Roberts, sensa
tional young grappler from Van
couver, B. C will be in the pre
liminary after Davidson lost on
a disqualification to ' George
Strickland in one of the bloodiest
bouts of the season.
Atlas, who defeated Dusette
here two weeks ago when the
Frenchman was unable to return
for the third and deciding fall,
demanded a fat guarantee to meet
Dusette again. '1 proved my abil
iv to defeat the Frenchie In a
feat of strength and what more
does he want," the muscular and
conceited matman said.
Actually, Dusette won the first
fall with a full-nelson and had
the same fall clamped on when
Atlas ran both men into- and
through the ropes. Both tumbled
into the ringside, but Atlas was
on top and Dusette crashed on
his head and shoulders. Dusette
was barely able to regain the
mat after a 19-second count and
was an easy victim with a full
nelson. Dusette says that he is certain
he can defeat Atlas "in a feat of
strength or in any other style of
wresllng and, I'll prove It," the
Frenchman said. Both men boast
amazing strength in their should
er and arms and for that reason
both specialize on full-nelsons.
Dusette, however, also employs a
headlock and in re-cent weeks has
developed and perfected an un
usual leg hold which he might use
against Atlas this week.
The match was a thriller here
two weeks ago and Douglas
county followers are expected to
pack the arena to near capacity.
For that reason fans are urged
to make early ringside reserva
tions at Powell's.
Winds Hamper
Trapshooters participating in
Sunday's weekly shoot at the
Roseburg Rod and Gun club
grounds found difficult shooting
in the gusty winds prevailing dur
ing the afternoon. Thirtv-one
squads participated, with high
scores turned in by George Corn
ish, Ray Cole and Scott Goodman,
each with 24 birds. Scores of 23
each were .made by Roy Hill,
Dallas Bennett, Geo. Baird, Earl
Duncan and C. D. Anlauf. Charles
Klinger, Roy Strader, Ray Laur
ance, Ken Gilkeson, George Rob
erts and Ted Shirtcliff were in
the 22 class. Shooting scores of
21 were Dean Bubar, Dave Kes
nes; Bruce Yeager, Frank Chapin,
Henry Shirtcliff, Roy Medley,
Virgil Sanders. Jack Culver, Walt
Edmonds, Bob Gardner, E. C.
Chapman, Ted Rice and C. Gray
each scored 20 birds.
Prize winners in the merchan
dise events were Scott Goodman,
Dallas Bennett, Dean B. Bubar.
Ted Shirtcliff. Ted Rice. Perrv
Thiele, Ray Cole.
ired KucK, chairman of the
trapshoot committee, reports
plans are being made for a tur
key shoot to be held Sunday,
Dec. 18.
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YMCA Leaguers
Open Season s
Play At Armory
YMCA Basketball
' League Standings
.l 0
1 0
.0 1
Christian Church ..
Umpqua Plywood
Jaycees ,
National uuard ......
.0 1
Last nleht. the armnrv w th
scene of two rather ragged, but
nara-iougnt line A league games.
Most players had a hard time
hitting the hoop, excent Bill -Ben
son of Umpqua Plywood. . .
in tne first game, the short
National Guard team lost to the
Umpqua Plywood team, ' 36-22.
Some very nice ball handling was
featured in the first quarter but
the boys were a little off on their
shots. The Plywood "Redskins"
Dunt up- a lead of 4-0 midway in
the quarter only to see the
"Mites" of the National Guard
whittle it down to a 6-5 lead at
the quarter.
ine National Guard five domin
ated the second quarter and left
vne noor at tne nan leading ia-ii
However, in the second half the
..edskins. led bv Benson, beean
hitting the hoop regularly and
held the "Mites" to two points in
the third quarter to lead at this
point 22-17.
ilenson was really hot In the
fourth quarter and Umpqua Ply
wood won the game 36-22. Benson
was leading scorer with 22 points.
McFarlane and Mathey led the
National Guards, with six and five
points, respectively.
The second game found the
"Blues" of the Christian church
meeting tjie "Whites" of the Jay
cees. This game saw neither team
able to hit the hoop with any
regularity as only five baskets
were scored in the entire game.
At the end of the first quarter
the Christian church five was
showing the way with a 4-1 count
The determined "Whites" fought
nack and held tne Blues score
less while they rolled in three,
points and at the half the game
was deadlocked at 4-4. The third
quarter was a very tightly fought
stanza with neither team able to
do much scoring and it ended up
the Christian church ahead 8-7.
In the final oirarter the
"Whites" found their shooting
eyes and scored seven points
wniie noiaing tne Jaycees to
three and finally won the game
15-10. Both teams showed well
spread scoring power with Bou
cock of the Christian church lead
ing the point getters with six
Dolnts and Moon of the Jaycees
getting three points.
Next week the winners will
each- be playing a loser of last
night, when the "Redskins" meet
the "Whites and the Blues take
on the "Mites." The first game
will be played at 7:30. The sec
ond game starts at 8:45. Quinton
Clark will time all the games and
11 oe in charge, ine public is
invited to see the games plaved
each Tuesday.
High School Wrestling,
Boxing Start Monday
Coach Cece Sherwood reports
the high school and Junior high
school boxing and wrestling pro
gram starts Monday for both
schools. Sherwood will handle the
wrestling candidates, while
Coach Ray Brown instructs the
prospective boxers.
No details as to returning let
termen and new prospects are
available yet, Sherwood said, but
he indicated no competition
would be scheduled until after
the first of the year.
Coast Independents
May Form New Circuit
Formation of a new West Coast
college circuit may be in the off
ing, according to Father Robert
Sweeney, chairman of the Port
land University Athletic board.
Tentatively it would include
Portland, San Francisco univer
sity, Santa Clara, SL Mary's, San
Jose State, Loyola, College of
Pacific and Nevada. All now
operate as independents.
'"We expect concrete moves
soon," Father Sweeney said.
Peewees, Heavies Start
Grade school Peewees nd
Heavies have launched their
practice In the lour Roseburg
schools, but no competition is
scheduled until after Christmas,
according to AthleHe Director
Cece Sherwood.
Riverside and Benson schools
will practice in the new Benson
gymnasium. Only the floors re
main to be sanded and few minor
Improvements need to be made
before the kids will be turned
loose inside.
Fullerton and Rose basketeers
will practice In their own gym
nasiums. APPEAL w
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Bowling Scores
TEAM Won Loft
tr.nnlv'. Dutch Mill 23 IS
Olympia Supply 1 -32
Roaebura Jewelers
Ump. Chiefs Flour
Roaeburs Lbr. Co.
Cukeaoo'a Station
K. J. Lunch
Active Club
rtamaa ftoiv 8
K. 1. Lunch 3. AcUve Club 0, Olympia
Supply 3, Gllkeaon'a Sta. 0, Ump. Chiefs
1. Dutch Mill 1, Roaebura Lbr. S. Roae
bura Jewelera 1.
Mian Individual gam score: GUI
Spakousky 207.
High individual aeries acoraL Stan
Short (01.
Gllkesen'a Station
147 104
, 137 131
'?n 160
147 184
1W 107
128 408
165 4UU
199 601
46 138
Handicap .
311 201
4 4S
...798 826 899 2523
Olymala BUDDly Co.
I. Flngerloa 153 157
C. Beach 172 123
C. Flngerloa .162 163
M. Batt 164 176
D. Mentzer 131 1S5
Handicap 78 76
206 501
...878 S60 PB9 2737
K. J. Lanch
A. Milla , 146 191
Stancllff , , 142 137
K. Sweem 142 153
D. Hutchison , , . 173 132
O. Yundt 200 171
Handicap 104 104
1SR 465
178457 I
154 149
. 913 S8B 96S 2769
Active Club
G. Jones
B. Henaon .
T. Buettner
A. Jacklln
J. Loom Is .
Handicap H
154 141
126 113
.156 14S
.149 116
165 189
99 SS
170 174
189 454
total 819 S06 821 2578
Kennedy'a Dntch Mill
Hartman ...109 178 183510
Spencer 168 159 163490
Halstead -Warren
-.173 137 142474
-.164 158 164486
...192 168 170528
90 90 90270
958 908 892 2738
ump. unlets Flour
Helm : 151 157
Bruton . .141 142
Wellman . 140 176
Myers 166 158
Spakousky 207 176
Handicap .106 106
...911 915 970 2796
Reiebura Lumber Co.
E. Sargent 182 180
B... Root 168 190
B. Jonea 178 134
T. Shirtcliff ... 1B2 147
T. Freadman 192 175
Handicap 74 74
159 469
..- ...v74 900 948 2822
' Koseourg jewelers
C. Short 103 183 190346
J., Quant 166 147 166479
F. Bistak ...140 146 203 189
R. Hilllard 149 169 149 407
F. Baughman 189 146 177312
Handicap 74 74 74 222
...911 845 959 2715
(By The Asioclated Press))
CLEVELAND Rocky Graziano, 189,
New York, outpointed George "Sonny"
Home, 160, Valley Stream, N. Y., 10.
BUFFALO, N. Y. hte Oma. 196, New
ark, N. J., outpointed Freddie Beshore.
I8OV4. Oakland, Calif., 10.
LOS ANGELES Irish Bob Murphy.
175, San Diego, knocked out Lloyd
Gibson, 180, Cincinnati, 2.
SALT LAKE CITY Keith Nuttal. 129,
Brlgham City, Utah, outpointed "Tuify"
Desjardlnes, 134, Calgary, Canada, 10.
SEATTLE John L. Davit, 139, Oatc
land, Calif., knocked out Billy Eddy,
141, Detroit. X
SAN JOSE, Calif. Felix Ramirez,
134, San Jose, outpointed Joey. Clemo,
131, Portland, Ore,, 10.
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Honor System To Take
Bow In Hoop League
SALEM, Dec. 7. VP) The
honor system makes Its bow In
basketball here Saturday night.
It's the idea of Fred Cords, Sa
lem YMCA physical director, and
works this way:
If a player believes he has
fouled some one, he'll yell "foul"
and the opponent will go to the
foul line. No one else, can call an
infraction. ' .
Tiieie will oe no wmsile-toot-lng.
In fact, there's no one to
blow a w h 1 s 1 1 e.' -There's no
referee only a "supervisor" to
check In the substitutes and toss
up jump balls. : .
Participants in the experi
mental game will be two church
league fives, First Christian and
First Presbyterian, i '
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