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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                IS THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 Pioneers Keep Skyline Slate Status Quo Lose Protest Bradley OuintJ AAU Rlna j HilltOpperS Meet Deadline Get NIT Bid BEN WAHRMAN Tribune Sports Editor ANOTHER UNITED NATIONS IT IS HEREBY recommended that the Skyline Six confer1 encc change its name to the United Nations Where else can you find as much confusion j Latest contribution to the Skyline title muddle is the Den NEW YORK March 2 VerWyoming fiasco of Tuesday night The matter apparentlyWestern Kentucky and Bradley j battlers Championsmp nowvis definitely settled as a Wyoming victory but it still is uni Wednesday joined Kentucky and mwtcehs in the threedivision af fortunate that officials players and coaches apparently should i St Louis in the national invitation fair will be held Wednesday be so uncertain about basketball rules as to cause the squabble basketball tournament field San Francisco Utah Almost Certain in N Y Deadline for entries into the Interniountain A A U box ing tournament which opens Monday at the Coliseum has beon set at Saturday according to Harold McNeil U boxing chairman who will again direct the simonpure punch classic Entries from southern Idaho as well as towns throughout Utah herald the threeday tour ney as one of the roughest and toughest ever put on by the ama will 9 This will be the fourth appear At the risk of boring some readers who may be a little tired ance in the NIT for both Brad of reading true accounts of what happened here is a repeat of ley and Western Kentucky Their UK1S what happened gleaned after talking to Glenn Red Jacoby acceptances were announced hy director of athletics at Wyoming Roger Rambeaux publicity Asa Biishnell chairman of the director at Denver and Chet Nelson sports editor of the Rocky tournaments selection committee News all of whom were at the official table at the game Onv mnrB rp lpf1 With but 25 seconds to play a double foul was called be neath the Denver basket when Pilch of Wyoming and Boryla of Denver collided It was the second foul for Pilch and the fifth for Boryla The scorer immediately sounded the buzzer to notify the officials of this fact at the scoring table waved five fingers frantically and even some of the fans ware waving entries are left 5 March 121417 19 show in Madison Square Gari den Thc vacancies are expected I to be filled before tne week is over i Joe DiMaggio was reported okeh DiMag Okeh Doctor Says Clash Tonight by his doctor who examined the Boryla Keeps Lead in Scoring Race Average Drops To 199 in Series With Pokes The Wyoming Cowboys dragged i Vince Borylas Skyline Six scor ing average below the 20plus mark I for the second time this season but although they held the big boy to 21 points in two games I they couldnt endanger his confer ence point laurels I The Pride of Denver still rolls j cm in merrily atop the list of point getters with 338 points in 17 games for a 199 average Boryl s goal is 400 points and he has two games with Utah Fri day and Saturday and a Monday engagement with Brigham Young Sr university to pick up 62 counters All three games are on Utah courts But the 5000 fans were making so much noise that the officials apparently never heard the buzzer nor did they apparently look towards the scoring table Pilch bucketed his shot to make the score 3534 and Boryla followed by sinking his to tie the score at 35all only the officials pay attention to the scoring table I right heel he operated on last No City College of New York 175 I vembcr Norman Freed of Al1 lakes Limelight Manhattan college 177 i Irnlown Pa bowled 1887 for first With Boryla secure in first in the Garden Thursdav Place in the all events division of Utahs Vern Gardner allAmerica with the victor virtually assured the A B C tourney British box1 center took over the limelight of a place in the tournny I claims he wiU stage Vern recently selected to the San Francisco Utah i tne fight in history with Western allstar team hit 57 236 arc almost certain to rei 150000 spectators as the London points in three tries to move ahead ceive bids San Francisco eighth version of the next world heavy of Roland Minson and Joe Nelson ranking team nationally has fini weight title scrap j of B Y U into second place Gard ished its season but Utah is in1 Gets Bid I npr has 25f Pomts m 18 contests volved in a threeday battle the Big Six crown If Utah wins i two more than Nelson has in 19 Tournament of Champions has j games its league championship it may i wjred Ezzard Charles an offer of I Minson in fourth has 230 in be bound to participate in the 575000 to fight LeeSavold in New j 19 games Don Dobler Colorado Before the ball was put into play they disqualified Boryla ruled NCAA tourney asdistrict sev1 York this summer Meanwhile A and M forward is only other his shot no good and ordered his substitute Ronald Johnson ens representative to take the shot He missed Also believed to bs in the run ning are Loyola nf Chicago 183 and Bowling Green Ranked Sixth Western Kentucky 253 is ranked sixth nationally The Hill toppers won the Ohio Valley con ference and the leagues playoff That was where thc error was made and that was where j North Carolina State Vil the Denver coach should have registered his protest For the rule book specifically states that a man who has committed five personals must leave the game even if he has a shot coming but it also says that if the official permits him to play anfl he scores any points those points count In fact the basketball case book which lists examples gives an exact example of this case There is a double foul itreads by Al and Bl and it is the fifth personal for Al Official is not notified of this until after Al has attempted his free throw throw counts if successful No substitute throw if unsuccessful This is partly the fault of the officials But the officials apparently didnt remember this example They ruled the score 3534 and started the game again With that 1939 and 1947 one point lead Wyoming naturally chose to freeze the ball and Kentucky of course is the top ended the game rankcd in thc nation The Mike Jacobs mapped battle plans to fight off the horde of aspirants seeking to take over 20th Cen turys domination of bigtime box ing Roman Candle turned on a stretch drive to win the 520000 Black Helen handicap at Hialeah by a neck Meet Thursday City College of New York and Manhattan meet Thursday night tourney Coach Ed Diddles team in the garden with a possible bid participated in the NIT in 1942 to the national invitational bas 1943 and last year when they lost ketball tournament at stake to St Louis champions in the semifinals Bradley 255 clinched its in vitation by defeating Oklahoma A and Ms secondranked quintet Kentucky may run into some trouble from the Tennessee Volun teers in the1 Southeastern confer ence basketball tourney opening Thursday The senate foreign 3531 Monday The Braves are I relations committee approved a rated 10th in the country They resolution Wednesday to hold the rnmnotprf in TM T T in 1Q3R jggg Olvmpic games in Detroit in the NIT in 1938 i Supply Fireworks eager to reach the 200mark with 211 Only three others out of the top five have maintained a 10 plus average for the league games Coloag Next Ben Allen of A and Mhas 106 Kenny Berrett of Utah State 101 i and John Pilch Wyoming ace an even 10 points The leaders i Player team G FG F Pts Ave Boryla Denver 17 109 120 338 IB 9 Gardner Utah 18 Nelson BYU 39 Minson BYU 19 Doblur A and M19 Allen A and M 18 Berrett Utah St16 Pilch WyomingIS Johnson Utah St 15 Satterrield Utah 18 Anderson A M 19 Livingstone Wyo18 Jorsensen Ut St 17 Doty Wyoming 18 Peyton Wyoming18 Anderson Ut St17 Smuin Utah17 96 62 254 141 93 66 252 133 W Scats 25 tor Nfw Hthe f T nnrlc in nnnnmcr vmiTin niaipn j a grand slam of both the NCAA works in opening round match I J r f I O UlrtJlU MrtJH Ui UUI11 LUC il O And after Wednesdays ruling by Commissioner Warner ard NIT meets St Louis 193 play of the SolltnAtlantic women s that ends the controversy and thats tne way the game will go is ranked third into the record books for no matter how much Denver would j like to protest theres no one left to protest to I golf tournament Pro golfers As het Nelson so aptly put back at all of the protests on officials decisions in college games and see how many youll find that have been overruled The answer is famous DartmouthCornell fivedown case A COACH TALKS BACK SMILING BiCK ROMNEY the Skyline Sixs new athletic commissioner allegedly was talking to Brigham Young univer sitys athletes but its dollars to doughnuts that there were memories of some hectic times with Utah State alumni in his mind when he spoke at the Provo Downtown Coaches banquet Tuesday night The veteran coach unloaded thoughts which he probably had been nursing for his entire 31year coaching career as he toid the athletes that fight and cooperation might prove more of a help in winning games than changing coaches He said that too many people expected a school with an athletic budget to compete with a school with a 5200000 athleticbudget and placed the blame on the coach when the competition didnt prove successful He cited numerous cases of coaches who were fired from one college only to emerge with bigger and better teams in a bigger anu better league Romney laced his talk with innumerable humorous stories some based on fact that kept thr 300 men in attendance in a constantuproar Provos Mayor George E Collard also spoke on the program The entire event was a great show and a marvelous tribute to the BYU athletes by the sportsmen of Provo The Down town Coaches certainly deserve credit for the way they con ducted the event and for the large turnout COLLEGE CAGE RESULTS Carnegie Tern 59 Grove City 51 St Francis Brooklyn 50 Crelgh ton 43 LaFayette 68 Bucknell 37 Yale 71 Connecticut 55 Princeton 5S Columbia 45 Penn State 52 Temple 41 Cincinnati 68 Duquesnc 51 Syracuse 7 Canlsius 58 LaSallc 93 Gettysburg 60 Rutgers 71 Lehigh 51 Loyola Chic 63 Westprn Mich igan 33 St Francis 50 Creighton 43 fire opening rounds Thursday in St Petersburg Fla j open Fred Marsh assistant athletic director at Bowling Green has been appointed an assistant football coach at Wisconsin Fails to Show Slugger Ralph Kiner failed to show up Wednesday for the sec ond day of spring training by the Pirates Slar Fiuule wuii the 57500 Santa Clara handicap at Smith Utah 18 Bloom Wyoming17 Little Denver 17 Done Utah State 17 Weight BYU 19 89 66 79 65 6S 61 55 63 59 46 55 58 52 45 40 fU 42 37 38 44 40 52 230 121 79 211 111 32 190 106 i 32 162 1011 46 ISO 100 25 147 9S 58 170 94 36 162 85 35 153 S5 45 138 81 32 142 7H 24 140 78 28 132 33 127 46 126 21 125 38 122 33 107 30 106 18 106 21 101 Fortune Teller Might Help at That Aince Boryla star Denver hoopster uses a basketball in trying to foretell the future With the Skyline Six in the midst of pro tested games and possible playoffs it could use a fortune teller 1 Patton Decides Portland Club 69 68 62 i 53 Santa Anita Paul Calvert former Clevelnd righthander has been acquired by the Senators Lou Boudreau has nominated Sam Zoldak as logical candidate for top bullpen duty with the Tribe Team Matmen Feature Card Tag team wrestling which has made a big hit with Salt Lakes grappling faithful gets top billing Thursday night at the Coliseum and the main event sends Indian Chief Thunderbird and Irish Pat McGill against Babe Sharkey and The Bat That battle should be a lulu but its only one of a threematch l To Race Again LOS ANGELES March 2 Sprinter Mel Patton of the Uni versity of Southern Caifornia late Wednesday announced theend of Brovia SAN FRANCISCO March 2 UP Brovia hardhitting out fielder who incurred the San Fran D U Decides To Play U On Week End Poke Victory Stands Warner Tells Colorado Quintet By BILL CLEGG Though there are plenty of un j answered questions flying about i the Skyline Six conference these days two big questions voru an swered definitely Wednesday 1 Denver university notified of ficials at Utah and Brigham i Younguniversities that the Pio neers will play Utah in Salt Lake Friday and Saturday and BYU in Spnngville Monday D Us determination to stick to the original schedule was an nounced early Wednesday after noon just before a scheduled meeting of the U of U athletic board to consider the matter Den vers action naturally relieved the Utes from the task of making a decision 2 Those same Pioneers were notified by Homer C Warner con ference commissioner that Tues days WyomingDenver game which Wyoming won 3534 would stand as a conference victory for the Cowboys Statement Listed Warners statement After very careful considera 1 tion which involves statements from the two officials and from Mr H V Porter secretary of the national basketball rules commit tee and after polling the confer ence with the cooperation of Dr Leo Provost and King Hendricks the following decision has been made to wit That while it is obvious that a mistake was made through lack of proper cooperation between the scorer and the two officials it has been decided to disallow the protest of Denver university and to have the game remain as a vic tory for Wyoming Mr Warner admitted that the four schools not involved in tho squabble were unanimous in sus taining this decision Definite playing dates for vers final three crucial contests have been up in the air ever since BYU last week asked Utah to trade the Saturday date for B Y Us Monday game against Denver thus freeing the Cougars to participate in the N A IB tour nament in Kansas City which opens Monday Parried for Time Officials at Utah university wait ing for a telephone call and a pos sible bid from the National Invita Alan Sawyer leading U C L A slice of which ap scorer has been stricken with ap pendicitis as crucial U S C series nears a retirement that was about as Seals displeasure by holding j tional Tournament at Madison brief as one of his races out for more pay was sold out Square Garden parried for time Patton holder of the world rec ord for the 100yard dash at 91 second said he had reconsidered right to Portland Wednesday The announcement from the of his decision of last Jan 17 and of Charles Graham Seals vice for USC this sprrng president and general manager TheMyearod sprinter already eiectea cocaptam or tne Trojan WILL DEFEND TITLES Women Bowlers Schedule MidMarch State Meet i Champions from Magna Salt I Ritz Ladies league Her series led Lake City and Bingham will the Wolfes squad to three over j fend titles in the annual Womens j Temple Noodle Other high scores State Bowling tournament at the I in the league included a 537 by Lee team said he hopes to obtain a degree in physical education and take up coaching as a career Previ ously he had elected to work as a partitime salesman for his father inlaw Pattons announcement after a conference with Jess Hill new track and field coach at U S C raigh He wouldnt give the amount Brovia the Seals second best hitter last season was given the cold shoulder this week when after vainly trying to negotiate a better contract carme offered him he that he than the one before answering B Y Us request for a change in dates The athletic board scheduled a meeting for 6 pm Wednesday to discuss tho matter These developments followed in rapid succession After a week of waiting BYU Tuesday announced its plans to participate in the N AIB tourney come what may and that the Catswill leave Provo Sunday leaving three of their 13 man squad behind as a nucleus for j iiivv Limn aiiu utriu LUOLJI a L j of He sairt he intends to compete mat fans hereabouts Rube Wright of Hollywood meets Franzios Mirquit of Paris France in a 45minute semifinal while George Mack and Chick Murdock will trade half nelsons in the 30minute opener Plenty of action is wrapped up in the main event Its one of those fracases where theres noth ing barred and heaven help the guy on the bottom If there is a favorite team in the melee it will in only five meets this i informed the Monday game with Denver fit into The Pioneers followed up Wednesday afternoon with their the dual meets with UCLA Stan1 couple of passable although elder ford and California the Pacific Coast conference meet at Seattle May 28 and the NCAA champion ships here Jne 1819 ly lefthanded Holder and Arky told Brovia they had the left handed hitters they could use decision to foiiow the o schedule ijiginai So as the Skyline Six rumbles into its final round of play it is possible for any of three teams Continued on Following Page Temple alleys March 1213 and 1920 Madge Garton secretary of the State Womens Bowling Assn and tournament manager said j Wednesday Among leading contenders for 1 honors will be Mary Sudbury Magria who fired a 616 series in Dumayne a 527 by Fay Andrews Eddy Halls 525 and a 521 by Belle Fellows Beset pcrforrnares arnorig thc men so far this week was Paul Chases 256 and 641 for a losing Pepper Metal team in the Salt Lake league at the Temple alleys Delicious as homemade Look for the magic pink package and toss off 12 dreamy cup cakes 2 minutes from packagt to oven And so thrijiy Easy Never fails Delight your family tonight Atalcei o code tool Bake in 8 layer pan Frost with Dromedary Fudge Frosting Mix flQ makes eluding a 212 game to win the i Roy Gray shot 615 to lead the singles in 19R Ellen Crooks and Pabst to three over the Peppers Isabel Stark Salt Lake City the j Kyie Coles who blasted pins all doubles queens Judith Slotte the over the Ritz in last weeks Salt Bingham lass who shot 1690 to i Lake Major league session fol win the allevents and the strong lowed with a 255 and 636 to lead Boston Store team winners last the Johnny Patfhen squad over year on a score of 2697 Rosens Fiirmbilt He scattered Entries for the meet must be 716 pins to give Western Optical m by midnight Friday Mrs Gar a 3017 series in the major league ton announced i session with his big game a 279 Warming up for the big meet j Jack Allens 631 a 611 by Mar Dorothy Tanner recorded a 199i tin McPhie and a 60S bv Abe Kehl series at the Ritz i were other Salt Lake league fea Tuesday to lead the scorers i the tures ADVERTISEMENT StATlOlfEitS 14 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 48023 Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights When disorder of kidney function JXMonou matlor to remain in your blood It may cause nangmg hackachc rheumatic pains ICK pnins loaa Pep and energy Ret tinir up niKhti aucllinc pufliness under the eyes heaiinehen and diztiness Frcaucnt or scanty IKUMUKM with marling and burnins Bomctimes shows there is something1 wronc I your or bladder Dont wait I Ask your dniRsiat for Doims Pills n diuretic lined successfully j by millions for over 50 years Doans jrive happy relief and will help the 16 miles of kidney tubes flush out poiaonouawMUIrott your blood Get Doans PUIs Gill combination inasmuch as the Chief has always been a popular grappler as far as Salt Lakers are concerned and McGiii is a legal resident of the city Matchmaker Phil Olofsson an nounced that therell be no tele vision Gardner Boryla Place on Collier Quintet SAN FRANCISCO March 2 Pacific Coast con ference basketball stars and two from the Skyline Six conference were named Wednesday on Collier magazines allfar west basketball team Chosen were Bill Sharman USC and George Ysrdley Stanford forwards Vern Gard ner Utah center Vince Boryla Denver and Sammy White Washington guards ADVERTISEMENT Dont let a low price keep you from trying Cuticura Cuticura Soap and Ointment often work wonders for akia blemished by blackheids externally caused pimples or rash Fragrant scientifically medicated Cuticura usually satisfies where others disRp pointBnyatdruggisttoday j CUTICURA British Woolens American Tailoring in Superb New SPRING TOPCOATS British Woolens superb in texture rich in appearance long in service The exclusive tajloring of Malcolm Kenneth of New York Combined to 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