The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 10, 1956, Page 10, Image 10

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    10-(Scc. II) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Mon, Sept. 10, '5(3
look's Boats Topped
By Welter Title Mix
By MURRAY ROSE
' The Associated Press
Welterweight champion Johnny Saxton gets his chance to prove
his right to hold the 147-pound crown and a handsome purse, too
on Wednesday night when he meets Carmen Basilio, the man he de-
inrnnea u a is-round title bout- at
The slick, 26-year-old New York
er won the crown (or the second
time in Chicago March 14 on a
unanimous but highly controver
sial ' lS-round , decision ever the
ring-scarred. 29-year-old Basilic
To show his confidence, Saxton
agreed to give the Chittenango,
N.Y., clouter the return fight on
Besilio's home grounds. The scrap
will be held in the War Memorial
Auditorium and will be broadcast
and telecast coast to coast.
Syracuse promoter Norn lloth-
erschfld, end the co-nromoting In
ternational Bwtin. Club are hon
ing for a t.ooo. tiso.flOO sellout.
The televirion andrad'o receipts
add another $75,000 Jo the pot the
fighters win ehare in. Saxton col
lecting 40 per cent and Basilio 20
per cent
LoH Title Oa TKO
The last time Saxton defended
the welter crown be lost it oa a
Hth round technical knockout to
Boston's Tony DeMarco. Johnny
had wen it from Cvba's Kid C.avi
lan on another hotly disputed de
cision, TWarco dropped the title
to Bpsilio on 12th round tech
nical knockout, Basilio stopped De
Marco in the 12th round of the re
turn. Basilio was a 1-1 favorite the
nigl.t he was edged by Saxton and
he's the s-S choice to regain the
title and become the ninth wetter
weight tit hold that division's
crown twice.
Ott-er Go rights "
There are several other good
fizhtg en the national program in
cluding a battle of lightweight con
tenders at the Boston Carden Tues
day night Larry Boardman, the
!0-year eld aensation from Marl
borough, Conn., ranked fourth,
meets former champion Jimmy
Carter, ranked fifth, in a 10
romder. Ralph Dupas, the No. 7 light
weight from New Orleans, faces
Al Vargas, Galveston, Tex., in a
return 10 at New Orleans. Vargas'
only loss in 33 pro fights was
split decision defeat to Dupas.
Ralph Tiger) Jones, third rank
ing middleweight from Yonkers,
N.Y., takes on 10-year old Will
Greaves, of Canada and Pitts
burgh, in a television 10-rounder
at Washington's new Capital Arena
Friday night.
The Monday night television tilt
matches a pair of free-swinging
middleweights, England's John L.
Sullivan and Washington's Willie
Troy, v
Ramon Fuentes, seventh rank
ing welter from Los Angeles,
meets Chico Vejar, Stamford,
Conn., in a return 10 rounder at
Stamford, Conn., Monday night
Fuentes won the first time.
Virgil Akins, fourth ranking
welter from St. Louis, takes on
Charlie Sawyer, Los Angeles in a
10 at Hollywood, Saturday night
Endurance Test
Taken by Ferrari
ELKHART LAKE, Wis.. Sept. I
t The tram of Jim Kimberly,
Decatur, Iil., and Howard Hively,
Cincinnati, today won overall
honors in the f-hour endurance
run for sports cars on the Road
America course as their red 4.5
Liter Ferrari : averaged 70.738
miles an. hour. 1
The winners clocked 480 miles en
the four-mile twisting paved track
and finished about seven seconds
' ahead of Briggs Cunningham,
Green Farms, Conn., and John
Fitch, Stamford, Conn., in a D
Jaguar. The Ferrari ran out of
fuel about one ear length after
finishing an extra last lap. . It took
the lead en the 108th lap and held
It to the end.
Ernie Erickson, Chicago, and
Frank Bott, Park Ridge. 111., who
staged a spirited contest with
Cunningham and Fitch in the early
stages, took third in a D Jaguar.
Jack Enslcy, Indianapolis, and
Gordon Benett, New York City,
were fourth in a D Jaguar, fol
lowed by -Ted Boynton. Chicago,
and Bob Ballenger, Highland Park,
111., in a Ferrari,
Pieces of Eight Wins
Boardwalk Handicap
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Sept I
HI The Keystone Stable's Pieces-of-Eight,
a bargain claim, for $7,500,
upset calculation, today . hen he
won the -0.173 Boardwalk Handi
cap at Atlantic Cit, for his sixth
victory of the year. ,
, Mrs. Wallace Gilroy'i Oh John
ny and Rex C, Ellsworth's Ter
rang battled it out for second
place with some bumping taking
place in the stretch run. The
stewards immediately posted the
Inquiry sign and Oh Johnny was t
piaceo tiura and Terrang second. I
Goin 'After 'Em ...
(Cratiaaed from preceding page)
cn:!ral Oreeon waters are more or less deserted. The local anglers
may fnh with more elbow room.
t p sn Wkktup reservoir the flub are big and fat and If
lint downright gullible, Uiey are at least taking a fly here aad
f ' re. Sroll Odgert ef Weedbara fcrM(M araie alee rala-
" nearly 3 lbs. a week age and was receverlag Iran
k ever a real whopper with ge away. '',,,...".
! - r c vho persist with the fly fishing on the north Santiam,
. i i -e s'iil coming rather hard. There have been some
! w -c from there during the past few weeks. We saw one
" "I 'I i-!1 hes and weighed 1 lbs. The fish was taken
v ' I Tr. .lames llaworth. He did not tell ut Where
i- i i 'i the north Santiam.,.. . ,
if (.'ei-Hiead is now in the Rogue river and
! !v o( spnrt on the river between Grants
t in he plenty of choice as to fiphing grounds.
' : t e time yet October 31, to be exact,
Syracuse, N.Y,
National 'Am'
Opens Today
(CeaUaaed (rem receding page)
19S5 Walker Cup team, a quartet
of ex-champions, ageing but still
dangerous, a couple of former
British champions and a whole
batch of the kind of players who
can win sectional titles and may'
be knock off one of the favorites
in any it-hole match.
The weather may be an im
portant factor, particularly if the
wind comes , up. After a : chilly
spell, it was calm and pleasantly
warm for today's final practice
rounds. But Knoll wood Is a flat,
open course where the breexe can
carry shots away from the nar-
rowed-down fairways. And play
ing conditions can change con
siderably during a round if the
breexe shifts and comes in off
Lake Michigan. - i ; -Cadd
Meets Wleehmaa '
The very first of tomorrow's 71
first round matches sends Ward
Wettlaufer, the Hamilton College
player who won the Tam O'Shan-
ter World Amateur championship
this summer, against Robert
Riddle of BrieUc. N.J.. who got
In as an alternate. Flay begins
at t a.m, -Within
the next 75 minutes such
matches as these will start out:
Venturi against Raymond Buriaa
of Oregon, 111., and Walker Cupper
Bruce Cudd against Philip Wiech
man of Harlan, Ky the winner to
meet in the second round; Doa
Cherry, another Walker Cup play
er, against Don Hoenig of Weth
ersfield. Conn., a player of con
siderable local fame who could
easily turn in an upset, and Joe
Conrad, the 1955 British Amateur
champion from San Antonio, Tex.,
against Ed Tutwiler Jr. of Charles
ton. W.Va., who holds the Open
and Amateur title in a slate
which has such players as Sammy
Snead and Walker Cup Captain
Bill Campbell.
King Captures
Big Pin Prize
CHICAGO, Sept. f ID - John
King of Mayfield Heights, Ohio,
beat Joaeph Brown, Jersey City,
N.J., in the championship match
of the $50,000 George London
bowling tournament today
King bowled, games of 193, 194
and 157 to compile 15.44 Petersen
points. Brown had games of 191.
163 and 311 for, 11.15 points.
King, 55-year-old plank worker,
averaged 203 for the 14 games
he played in the two-day tourna
ment, which had 71 entrants.
The Ohioan won $7,500 in prize
including a new automobile, an
expense paid trip to England for
four, and a watch.
King and Brown qualified for
the championship match in a
round-robin semifinal , elimination
among eight contestants earlier to
day. The other six semifinalists
then squared off. in matches for
the remaining places.
West Loop Won
By Lincoln Club
LINCOLN, Neb., SepL 9 (AP)
Lincoln won the Western
League championship playoffs to
night with a fourth straight win
over Amarillo, 3-2. Bennie Dan
iels turned the Cold Sox back
on four hits. v ,-v
The Chiefs won the beat-of-sev-
en series, 4-1. v '
Daniels didn t allow a hit after
the fourth inning. The Gold Sox
tallied once in the first inning
and again in the third.
Lincoln got to Hugh Blanton in
the sixth with a five-run explos
ion. . ...
The victory gave Lincoln Its
first Western League pennant
since 1948. Lincoln won the
first-half title this year and Am
arillo the second.
GOOD SPORTS i i
LITTLE ROCK. Ark. W -J High
school basketball is a red-hot sport
for girls at two tiny Arkansas
schools. If it weren't, there would
not be a team. Village, Ark. show
ed up for a state tournament with
10 of. the IS girls in the school
suited out to play. Glendale, Ark.,
annearwl fnr lh un Imirnamenl
with It of the school's 14 girls
ready to play.
Tuning Up for Dcqr Season
This group of marksmen examis oae
tear corners baa lluk Kaage. a aopalar spot weekends as hnaters
practice ap fer the cotnlnf deer seaiea. The raage is epea Saturdays
and Saadays to these who parchase tickets fk the anneal Fear Cor
ners Back Derby. Included la the pletare above are Ralph King. Earl
Crab, Phil Gardner. Clyde Jofaaaaa. Ray Ramey. Ted Miller. Lew
Jery, Bob Eatoa, Cari Raett, Bill Dolph and Warrea Creech. Derby
tickets at $1 each are obtalaable frsm mercbaats la Fear Corners area.
Ducks End First Week: Some
Problems Solved, Others Not
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eu
gene (Special) Coach Len Casa
nova's Oregon Ducks moved clos
er to the opening game with Colo
rado at Boulder today with little
change in the outlook at it ap
peared on opening day. -
The Webfoots began the fall
practice session with strength at
end and guard in the line and a
fine backfield blessed with speed,
depth and experience and also
faced a pair of real problem at
tackle and center as well as the
toughest schedule In recent years.
The ends, guards and backs
still look like the backbone of the
squad, the tackle outlook bas
picked up. there has been no
great change at center and the
schedule till looks as rugged as
before.
. The Webfoots follow the opener
with Colorado with a home game
against Idaho and then meet
UCLA, Washington, Stanford, Pitts
burgh and California in that order
with only the Indian game on
home grounds.
Starters m Battle
A series of exciting battles for
starting positions has broken out
at the end spots, both guard posi
tions and at left halfback. Each
of the scrambles involves four
players and Coach Len Casanova
said he doubted if any would be
settled for another week.
The two veterans at end, Capt.
Phil McHugb and J. C. Wheeler,
face a stiff challenge from Bruce
Brenn and Ron Stover. McHugh,
member ' of the all-conference
squad last fall, has maintained
an edge over Brenn, the Boise JC
junior who missed last season
with injuries suffered in a truck
accident, but Wheeler and Stover
are about even in the scramble
for the left end job.
The four lettermen guards,
Spike Hillstrom, Reanous Cochran,
Jack Peacock and Harry Mondale,
have continued the battle for start
ing jobs which began mid-way in
the 19511 season and shows no signs
of diminishing.
Backfield Stronger
At left half Jack Brown and
Hank Loumena, a pair of letter
men, Leroy Phelps, a reserve last
fait, and Charley Tourville, the
fine sophomore, are all after the
job left vacant by the graduation
of Dick James, f v - . . . .
Four rookies have improved the
situation at tackle as Tom Hale,
a junior from Milwaukie who
played at Boise JC last fall, and
Jim Linden, a sophomore from
Everett JC, have moved In be
hind John Raventos and Chuck '
Austin, the top veterans.
Elsewhere In the backfield the
Ducks are manned two-deep with
veterans and Jim Shanley. the
sensational rookie of year ago,
Tide Table
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ef the raasiaf deer targets al the
and Chuck Osborne, another of
the swift ball carriers are at right
half, Tom and Jack Crabtree re
turn at quarterback and Jack Mor
ris and Fred Miklancic are back
at fullback.
The problem of depth at these
positions has beeir eased by the
addition of Paul Grover and Roger
Daniels at quarterback, Leu Read
at right half and Will Reeve and
Marian Holland at fullback.
Dodgers Plan
Orient Tour
, BROOKLYN. Sept. 9 W-Presi-dent
Waiter F. O'Malley of the
Brooklyn Dodgers announced to
day he had completed negotiations
for his world champions to tour
Hawaii, Japan and United States
military bases at Okinawa im
mediately after the 195S world
series.
The trip will be sponsored by
Yomiuri Shimbun, one of the lead
ing Japanese newspapers. Stoaro
Sutuki represented the newspaper
in its dealings with the Dodgers.
The Dodger party will leave
New York on Oct. 10 and depart
from San Francisco Oct. 11. The
team will play three games in the
Hawaiian Islands, 20 in Japan and
two at Okinawa. The Dodgers will
return to the United States Nov.
17.
The invitation for the good-will
tour, sanctioned by the State De
partment, was made in a mid
season meeting that included
Commissioner Ford Frick, the.
Japanese ambassador to the
United States, the Japanese min
ister of state and the vice-presi-lent
of Yomiuri Shimbun.
It marked tht third straight in
vitation to a metropolitan team.
The New York Giants toured
Japan in 1933 and the New York
Yankees were visitors there in
19S5.
Warren Giles, president of the
National League, will accompany
the Dodgers on their trip to Japan
as will a National League umpire,
yet to be named.
National League
flrrt aam:
Mllwaukc S..-. 0OI Ml MO 7 12 I
Chleato .-... 130 0W MO 4 S 0
Spahn. Crnnt IS), Johnnon (S and
Crandall: Kler. Valrntlnrttl IS),
Hacker ill and Landrlth. W John
ton. L ValcnllnatU,
Second (ami:
Mllwaukca 000 100 MM 1(1 t
Chlcas a ..- .000 010 ool I
Con ley. Phillip. (7). Sleater II)
and Rica. Crandall (71; Broinan.
Lown 1 7) Hackar IS) and Landrlth;
ChlU (). W-Conty. L-Bronan.
Cincinnati ,,me see eoo 000 1 ll I
St, Loula 001 SOI 000 000 i 4 11 1
Jrffroat, Prcaman III and Burfraa;
Dlrkaon. Wthman-r 1101 and Smith,
Kill 10. W-Wchmtiar. L frta
man. Firtl fama:
Plttburh OOl 000 000 S 4 I (
Phlladalphia . .... 000 000 100 01 I
Kllrw, Fact (111 and Follaa; H Mil
lar and LepaU. W Kllna.
Steond ama:
Plttnburah K DM) one I I 11 J
Philadelphia ...... 101 ll 100 I I 14 t
rrnd. Kllna (SI, rare (, Nar.
nlo (10) and fthapard, follaa ii;
HaddlK, Neara (I). Meyer (ll. Rnh
erta (7 1 n) lioata. W-Roharta. L
Naranjo. . .
New Ynrk m IV ftnft 1 (
Brooklyn OO0 120 01 I I
Surknnt, Comet (I), Rlriilk (II and
Sarnl; Oryidalt and Walkar. L ur-konb
Braves Sweep
Doublelieader
Yankee Top Nats;
Dodgers Rap Giants
(Centlnaed from preceding page)
charged with his fifth, loss. The
victory went to Herman Weh
mcier, who replaced -Dickson In
the 10th. ;
Billy Hunter's two-run triple In
the seventh broke up a scoreless
pitching dud between New York's
Whitey Ford and Washington's
Chuck Stobbs. Ford fanned 11 to
record his . 17th victory. Stobbs, '
who has beaten the Yankees three
times, dropped his 11th game al
though he gave up only four hits
in seven innings. )
Score pitched a five-hitter in
winning his Hth game for Cleve
land. Gerry Staley stopped the
Indians with seven hits in the
nightcap to gain his fourth vic
tory over the tribe. Larry Doby's
two-run homer in the first paved
the way for Staley's sixth win in
eight decisions and Chicago's 15th
triumph in 23 meetings with Cleve
land. Billy Goodman singled in the
winning run for Boston to give
Ike DeLock his 12th victory, 11
in his last 13 decisions. Connie
Johnson was the loser. Harvey
Kuehn banged three hits and
Charlie Maxwell homered to help
Virgil Trucks pick up his sixth
triumph as Detroit swept the four
game series from Kansas City.
Bob Skinner's pinch hit three
run homer won the first game for
Pittsburgh. Robin Roberts posted
his 17th victory for the Phils in a
relief role in the nightcap.
Canadian Pros
Led by Yanks
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Americans played a big role in
Canadian pro football Saturday as
the Toronto Argonatus and the
Hamilton Tiger-Cats scored in vic
tories in the Big Four and the
Saskatchewan Rough Riders and i
the British Columbia Lions cam
nn with trinmnho in th tw.rn
I up Willi iriuiupns in uic nrairtii
interprovincial League
Tnrnnin tnrnt in a 51.9a imct
of Montreal Auouettes with Arnold
Galiffa, former Army star, passing
for five touchdowns. Three of the
payoff aerials went to Bucky Cur
tis formerly of Vanderbilt and one
each of Menan Schriewer of Texas
and Al Pfeifer of Fordham.
Ronnie Knox, former UCLA
great, tossed one of the scoring
touchdowns for Hamilton as the
Ti-Cats blanked Ottawa
ell A TU.
il-V.
score, as well as one thrown by
Knobby Wirkowski, came after two
Ottawa aerials thrown by Hal Led
yard of Chattanooga, Tenn., had
been intercepted.
Tripacka's Passes Click
Frank Tripucka, former Notre
Dame quarterback, averaged near
ly 23 yards a toss as he completed
10 of IS passes and set up three
touchdowns with his aerials in
Saskatchewan's 31-4 decision over
Edmonton. One of his throws, to
John McWilliams of Nebraska, was
good for a touchdown. Ken Car
penter also came through with two '
scores and Larry Isbell for an-
other.
Jerry Gustafson, ex - Stanford,
steered the B.C. Lions to a 45-15
win over Calgary. Gustafson scored
the first Lions touchdown and
passed for two others.
Doctor Man Captures
2nd Straight Feature
SPOKANE, Sept. - Doctor
Man, ridden by Gus Dye, took
the second straight handicap at
Playfair today as he won the
$2,000 Governor's Speed Handicap
by a length.
Catch Patch was second and
Magic Note placed third. Doctor
Man, who won the Harvest Handi
cap on Labor Day, payed $8.00,
S4 .40 and $2.80.
An estimated (.975 fans wagered
$368,201 at the mutuals.
Look and Iearn
By A. C GORDON
1. What ten athletic events com
prise the decathlon in the Olym
pic Games?
J. What are the four great riv
ers of Africa?
3. How many Psalms are there
in the Bible?
4. How many notes comprise the
range of an average popular song?
5. What fruit tree has leaves ten
feet long?
ANSWERS
1. Four hundred meter run,
broad jump, shot put, running
high jump. 100 meter run, discus
throw, 100 meter hurdle, pole
vault, javelin throw, and the 1500
meter run,
1. The Nile, Congo, Niger, and
Zambesi,
3. There are 150 Psalms.
4. Eight notes.
(. Banana tree.
MARINE COMES TO KMCK.1
NEW YORK - Richie Guerin
comes to the New York Knicker
bockers by way of the Marines.
The former lona College Starwas
a standout for the Quantico Ma
rines, averaging 21.5 points for two
campaigns. He's S feet 4 and scales
195.
. League Season It Hertl
We have team spots available far men's, women's and mlied
teams. Alsa epenings fer two (-11 or It teim leaguei at
rholce hours oa Mondays and Thursdays.
CAPITOL BOWLING LANES
461 Ferry St. - Prion 3-3573
They'll Do It Every
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Honors Given Feller
On 20th Anniversary
CLEVELAND, Sept. ( on It was "Bob Feller Day" at Cleveland
Stadium today, and the 37-year-old righthander who rewrote big
league pitching records received a congratulatory telegram from the
President, a Cadillac convertible from the baseball club he has served
20 years, other gifts and the i
cneers ot a, 457 tans.
When he took the microphone at
home plate to acknowledge the
tribute, Feller called today "The
happiest of my life," then gave
the crowd a laugh with:
"It seems like only yesterday
that I first came to Cleveland
that is, until 1 try to throw my
fast ball. I throw just as hard,
but, don't get the same results."
Ike Praises Feller
President Eisenhower's tele-
gram to Feller read:
-It is a pleasure to join your
' nd friends as they j
honor you today. our outstand-:
ing record in baseball together
"'n your war recora in me I a.
!Navv nd your peacetime record
in many charities and community
projects, makes you a fine exam
ple of American manhood. Best
wishes for future honors and
service."
Cy Slapnicka, former Tribe gen
eral manager who signed Feller i
to his first baseball contract ' in
1935. stood at Feller's side as the
1 kterh Eiknil hanr! twnrm nnarku
v ""'"J
Painesville paraded in from the
outfield to get the ceremony under I
i i!j, i .., ii- in.
u.a k..i .u. r-u;..-ibe,"
White Sox 4-1 and before they
started losing the nightcap 6-2.
Feller has had ether "days" at
the ball park here during his illus
trious career. The occasion for
this one was the 20th anniversary
of his joining the club, although
the actual date of that annivers
ary was earlier this summer.
Pitched Little This Year
Bob didn't pitch today. He
I
pitched very little this year
innings in 17 games for a none
won and two lost record, to
exact, and his earncd-run average
is 4
But in the dressing room after
ward. Feller said he had not made
up his mind on whether to retire j
and said the decision ; may
pend on how things work out this
month.
If he docs hang up his glove,
Feller wants to "keep close to
the game" in some capacity. Then
he referred to his three sons
Stephen, 10, Martin, 9, and Win
throp, who will be 6 Nov. 1, two
days before Feller is 38.
"And if my boys show any ap
titude for it, I'd like them to be
ball players. It surely has been
good for mf."
NL Pennant Race
Doicn-to-the-Wire
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
National League penant race at j
a glance, including games of Sun
day, Sept. 9:
W L
Pet. GB TP
Milwaukee ..
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Milwaukee
83 54 .606
17
. 82 55
. 8d 57
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home 3i,l
Chicago 3; away 14, Brooklyn 2,
Cincinnati 1, New York 2, Philadel
phia 4, Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 3.
Brooklyn U7i at home '13),
Milwaukee 2, Cincinnati 2. Chi
cago 2, Philadelphia 2, Pittsburgh
3, St. Louis 2; away 4, Pitts
burgh 4.
Cincinnati (17) at home '5),
Milwaukee 1, St. Louis 4;- away
12, Brooklyn 2, Chicago 2, New
York 2. Philadelphia 4, Pitts
burgh 2.
Rain Halts Hard
Top
Racing Meet
The Capital Auto Racing Asso
ciation's stock hard top racing
program at the State Fair's Lone
Oak Trick wn rained out yester
day, i
The program was rescheduled
lor Sept. 22 when the main event
will be a 100-lap affair. All prizes
that were to be given it Sunday'i
racei will be applied to the Sept.
22 meet.
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(Continued from preceding page)
'fore the season opened and ecr-
tainly looked the part last Friday ;
running wild over Central
Catholic, 39-7. Corvallis met a !
mol"e sturdy foe In Eugene and
bowed to the Axemen, 20-7.
?e
for changing his lineup from last
.week. Only game injury was
Claude Layton who had a pulled
stomach muscle. When asked
about his chances against Al
bany, "Gus" replied:
"All we can ask is that Albany
hold the score down."
Fox singled ut four Vik line
men for praise in the Franklin
game. They were John Sooolof-
sky,. Dean, Posvar, Jerry Gillman
and Larry Hawley.
, J ,;,U .U. 1..
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"our.f,lrst ame bkut, our
III? " wasn't what it should
said Fox
Fox expects to go with about
the same lineup against Corval
lis but said that he isn't decided
yet on several positions. The
fullback spot is still s battle be-
tween Herb Graves and Don Hr -
ris and left half is s race be -
tween Mike Patton and Val
itiru
j Barnes.
Fall Handicap
iSel by SWGA
The Salem Women's Golf As
sociation! annual fall handicao
tournament will get underway at
de-.ialem Golf Club Wednesday
when the club members will
shoot their qualifying rounds. , Tommy Bo!ti who won this ,our.
(nMniW,i? cttT.lh'n'1U"l'f',n! Snamcnt in 1954, wUh a 23-under
w-.u.'.h r ""'I I"1 ro;par 265. finished with 2S1 this year
Ilav 1. Jf,rStHm,hM- The, tie for eighth. Henry Ransom,
.hi -n,. J mad ?,U? Ofwho won In 1935, did not defend.
state
championship tournament
at Portland which starts Sept. 17.
Plans are also being made bv
the SWGA for a husband-wife
tournament to run for one month
starting sometime loon. The dates
will be announced later.
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Palmer could only keep pace
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Jimmy Demaret. from Kiamesha
Lake. N.Y.. finished fourth with
276. Demaret had a 67 in the final
round.
Tied for fifth at 277 were Paul
McGuire of Shaker Heights, Ohio;
Bud Holscher of Apple Valley,
Calif., and Don Fairfield of Casey.
III.
The low amateur was Boh Mc
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Bl'DGE PATTY I'PSET
BADEN - BADEN, Germany,
Sept. 9 i .Jacques Brichant of
Belgium upset top-seeded Budge
Patty, 6-2, 6-2 to win the men's
title of the Baden-Baden Interna
tional Tennis Tournament today.
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M i i i-i r-re
and nCIUCK 3
1 34TH I
ANNIVERSARY I
Ken Rosewall
Upsets Hoad
Shirley Fry Nabs
Women's Net Title
(Continued from preceding page)
ticularly that of newspaper report"
ing.
Today Miss Fry was queen of
all she surveyed in women's ten
nis, winner of Wimbledon, the
U. S. and national clay court
titles In a slam comparable to
that which escaped the mighty
Hoad.
Rosewall's victory over his fel
low townsman from Sydney was
so swift and so complete that the
shivering spectators found it hard
to believe their eyes.
The powerfully-built Hoad un
leashed some of his finest tennis
against Rosewall but found it not
enough against the steady stream
of returns off the rapier lika
racket of his pint-sized Davis Cup
mate and douhles partner.
Hoad, showed a pique at the
crowd, the wind and low flying
! planes swarming like an armada
'overhead enroule to nearby. La-
Guardia and Idlewild airports.
Several times he stopped and
stared. Once he netted an easy
shot and then sent another ball
smashing into the green canvas
backboard. The crowd, favoring
Rosewall from the outset, let loosa
with some catcalls, but Hoad act
ed as if he didn't hear them.
Rosewall later teamed with Mrs.
Margaret Dupont of Wilmington,
Del., to beat Hoad and Darlena
Hard of Montebello. Calif., for tht
mixed doubles crown 0-7, 6-1.
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