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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 19 Play Opens in Annual AllChurch M Men Basketball Meet ayior S f 2 kJe uiiitet Salt Lakers Look Good in Duel Against Crew From Oregon By J U ALLRKU Taylorsville draws the tough The team that twice its signment of meeting Fielding in getting into the all lhe ThUrsday nightcap at i i Z brother act hopes of getting into the all church M Men basketball toiirna ment dashed Salt Lake 26th ward rated a favorites role in the same that looked powerful Wednesday tournament after winning its openj Verl Vernon and Keith Coombs ing day game along with Taylors led an attack that carried the vilie Fielding and Springville as j Bear River stake champions to a play opened Wednesday at Deseret i 1838 victory over another brother gym act team that of Auroras Neldon A 5949 victory over Nyssa j Verness and Deloss Andrews Ore kept 26th ward in the runI for the title Runnerup in i Plelll Pomls the Salt Lake division tournament Vernon Coombs made 19 points 26th had to play another runnerup i Vsrl added 17 and Keith helped quint for an allchurch meet berth I with four counters and a good They lost and seemingly were out floor game for the rangy Fielding but got another chance to try five The meeting of Fielding and for the laurels when the entry i Taylorsville looms as the high r j light of the bracket Thursday Snringvilles scoring punch is well distributed too Ray Miller made 13 points and Lentz Crandall added 12 to spark the attack as they defeated Gridley Cal 5032 in th nightcap The central Utah five has a big team and their tilt with 26th ward is rated as any bodys ball game in the second round tussle Thursday Thursdays Schedule Consolation I vs Aurora vs College 1 vs Cridlcy vs Gilbert Championship vs Manavu pm Maywood vs Logan Fifth vs Ficld 5ns pm 2Gth vs Springville Second Chad Germaine from Edmonton Canada was un to make the trip and substij tion of 26th was necessary to fill j the 16th tournament position Chad Germaine Gilbert Ariz Worriiv rhniep center played havoc with Logan vvornij ctioice Fifth ward M Mens basket j They proved themselves a Wednesday to the tune of 30 worthy choice for the honor points and quite appropriately Wednesday as they presented some topped firstround scorers in the hustling play and high scorers to i allchurch meet at Deseret gym win LaVar Rueckert made 21 j Though his team lost 5919 points cousin Sperry Rueckert Germaine hit 13 field goals and bucketed 18 and Dick Ridges made four for eight from the charity 14 to lead the smooth 26th team lane LaVar Rueckert of the last in the win i minute entry Salt Lake 26th ward Taylorsville the entry from the captured second spot with 21 South Salt Lake area stamped while Dan Nielsen of Logan Fifth itself as a number onecontender i Vern Coombs of Fielding each for a finals position Everybody I scored 19 hit the hoop well for Taylorsville as a 6438 walloping was adminis tered to Randolph Norm Maxfield led scorers with 15 points but 13 by Fay Simper 11 by Marv Rupp 10 by Reed Smith and eight by Dick Labrum made the greater part of the high Taylorsville total Neither team will have an easy time in second round play how ever remoter Joe Ties Up Toj Heavies By TACK HAM MIAMI Flu Manh motor Joe Louis who learned about contracts from Mike Jacobs revealed Wednesday he had tied Cache Valley Entrant Defeats Arizonans Eclgchill Manavu Maywood Take Opening Lower Bracket Games By OUIK McCUIOCH vorts for the Farmer baseballers Lnian Fifth iMjehill Manavu i Iitting three quick goals to tf Prnvo ind Cil U su ent I uopt Germail Manavu M Men Aces Lead Team These scoring aces led Manavu M Men to an open ing round victory 4838 over Lewisville Ida as the AllChurch tournament opened Wednesday at Deseret gym Left to right are Joe Brammer Don Peterson Tom Mpulton shown after their over the fast Idaho M Men loop representatives iead up the N B A version of the hcavv i Germaine hit 15 points in each weight championship for his bracket 01 the round j half as he eqaled the total of urnational Boxing club by excluof mcn allhurcli tour Willie Stoler of Holladay for last twoyear agreements with nimem at Deseret gym Wednesvears meelNcilsen scored 19 Kttard Charles and Jersey Joe day U Wakott Amii surprisingly enough the In the final lower bracket game umQ in yjichever Caohe vallev quimct whih ex of the night Edgehill division nine urns in June has agreed to fight h difficulty in winner anri last years runnerup only for us for two years said i round countcd Points before College s a team to beat with seven minutes gone The Salt Lakers boosted their edge to 36 to 15 at the third period and reserves played most of the final successful exhibition at Nassau jinlhTboUom half of That was part of the deal by which they will fight for the title The winner has to fight either Lee or Gus Lesnevich in 90 Savold days Logan Fifth Wins Logan Fifth downed Gilbert Ariz 59 to 49 Edgehill easily dis j posed of College ward of Cedar When Louis won his crown from l City to 29 Manavu of Provo Jim Braddock in 1937 he signed a 10year exclusive with Uncle Mike That contract was a most important factor in the rise to power of Jacobs 20th Century Harrisville Sporting club J D be in the i came from behind in the final quar ter to nip Lewisville Ida 50 to 40 and Maywood Cal took the first victory of the tourney downing eight minutes for EdgehilL Nate Wade rated The Trib une alltourney tema in 1948 led Edgehill with 13 points with Max Menlove and Rollie Williams serv ing as playmakers and hitting six and nine counters Lloyd Corry put in the punch for College with to 31 in convincing i Garcia Wins substantial financial backing of his new partners Arthur M Wirtz and James D Norris SKYLINE SIX playing them on even terms as Ralph and Junior Taylor swapped baskets with them until the count March 2 was 2625 for the coast quint rnid in the third period Dean Algor and Merlin Waite started to hit however and moved to 3225 Continued from Preceding Pace I16 I2riod anri maic if a rout h h in the fmnl eight minutes to the title Wyoming and I A1sor and M Waite led Maywood Utah are currently tied for 13 cachwhile R Taylor hit place with a record of 135 Wye12 for min in Manavu whi Rudy Garcia Los Angeles scored a unanimous 10round de cision Wednesday night over Paneho Uribe 125 1 Mexico City AJMEBTISEMENT ming meets Utah State two games at Laramie while Utah has two with Denver in Salt Lake raliea e DU Denver has its Itenm fourthplace hich worked their way to the playoffs in the hard way trailed the small but scrappy Idaho winners last an Wvo3mla III enes the two will share V thei and tmal first The leaders Player and team C Germaine Gilbert13 L Rueckert 2fith10 Nielsen Logan 5th Vern Coornbs Fielding S Rueckert 26th King Nyssa Curtis Aurora VI Coombs Fielding Watts Losan 5lh Maxfield Taylorsville Johansen Logan 5th G T S 3 7 o 1 4 4 9 Bantam Chief I i Whips Marino 19 38 37 l HONOLULU March 2 tanjweight champion Manuel Ortiz 3 Pidges 26th7 2 0 14 i soundly threshed challenger Dado l 15 j Marino Tuesday night but the Hawaiian popped back up Wednes day looking for a shot at the fly 3 2 14 To Hear Drew Pearsons Program Describe PRESHAPED HATS if T E1 IT JLt ILt weight title Marinos manager Sad Sam Ichinose held a sort of wake with a crowd of home town mourners Tuesday night over the remains of Marinos ambitions to become king 1 of the bantams The last echoes hardly had died from the 15 rounds of hammering administered by the chainp to Ma rino when Sad Sam took the floor I wont quit until Dado Marino brings the flyweight championship Marino admirers He recalled that his fighter took on the heavier Ortiz only after months of frustration trying to aign flyweight champion Rinty Monaghan of Belfast I hope the French challenger Maurice Sandeyron takes Monag han in Belfast next month Ichi nose said I think it will be easier to get Sandeyron in the same ring i with besides Id like to go tp Paris Dado is the best flyweight in the world i Possibly recalling the rallies dur ing which Marino rocked champ Ortizs managei Farmer agreed He the Hi Ski Stars Arrive for U S Meet on Montana Slopes WHITE FISH Mont March 2 galaxy of ski stars seldom equaled in past years is gathered in this small westernMontana city for the annual United States ski championships in downhill and slalom scheduled for Saturday and Sunday Skiers from all parts of the coun try and Canada have arrived here for this toughest competition in the ski world and among these entrants are many from Utah and the intermountain area Utah Stars Present Leading the parade are Jack Reddish and Suzy Harris Salt Lake City defending champions in the who skis for the Brighton Ski club as a member of the Salt Lake ski team won the downhill slalom and combined crowns in the 1948 championships at Sun Valley while Suzy captured the combined crown although winning neither of the events But this season even a greater starstudded field is entered in the nationals and the slopes of the big teur title in 1942 Always a top threat McLean has had a great deal of experience and should be near the top when the final scores are computed Many other Olympic team mem bers have been testing the tough Jlace in the circuit A split or either with the other winning loth will single out an undisputed champion Denver could win the crown if Utah State won both games and the Pioneers got a j dominate the and win going away Eight of the members of the wellbalanced Provo team shared in the scoring Nearly Upset Logan Fifth 1948 consolation team built of Utah State students and coached by Aggie clean sweep in these three final gridder Lloyd Hayes nearly found battles Denver can win second if Wyoming sweeps the U S A C series and the Pioneers drop Utah twice If Wyoming wins both and Utah and Denver split Denver can tie for second by downing B Y U Monday Record Possible The Friday and Saturday series in the Ute field house needs no further selling Every ticket to the two games was snatched up within a 30minute period Monday drop of 2500 feet in about two KPaee will be occupied and if there miles 1S any attendance record for the Qtpro vnmitnn TOAf f Redskin wigwam it can easily be J5BX sgss Sn Sf ZSSS SS5S which Gilis and Ton Matt ski school directors at the White Fish resort Harvey Clifford leading member of the nearly three months to see It would be no surprise however if an unheralded eager on either tvj i Atrtiuijlt Ji JCJ11IJUL Ji j Canadian Olympic ski team and IurnlsneQ tne nreworks Dev Jennings of Salt Lake City this T another regular on the 1948 U S11 f m Olympic team jet a real going Several previous Great Womens Field For the women the field is jus is full of talent Returning mem sers of the Olympic team will b leaded by Andrea Mead 16year lid entrant from Pico Vt and las sensation in thi week end national title holders are set to go to possibly regain the previous titles Barney McLean of Denver Colo M still tops the list of potential win r i ners Cantain of the 144R II i a f un vj o VVUIIITJC turn j Olympic team Barney won the from Canada who have since joined France Andrea defeated the Aus trian women racers who triumphed in the Olympics in a later race in Austria Also present are Alex andre of Norway of Olympic fame and Rhona Gillis and Rhoda Easies formerly the skiing Wurtele twins M MEN BOX SCORES Fielding GTF P Aurora G T F P S 5 3 9 VCombsf NAnrtrcwsr 2437 2 2 2 G Jonesf VArrtrewsf 1002 orensonc 0200 Curtisg 7 4 7 17 But come in today and see our new spring shipment The perfect creases will remain throughout the long life of your smart new Lee Even if the hat check girl packs it like a worry Just smooth the guide lines with your fingertips Presto Your Lees in perfect shape The smartest of spring colors from S1000 Tone n KUTA euch Sunday 9 pm tor Drew Pearson 1002 Suthprlanrtc 2201 9 7 3 7 VI DAndrwsp 4 l o S n 1 0 0 Bourneg Kennedyf 0000 0000 Hessc MasonK 2004 0000 Garnr 0000 Pettyf 33 13 12 48 Totals Scorr by quarters i Fielding 12 Aurora 6 Onicials Rose and Powell IS 1110 3S 48 Taylorsville G TP F 51131 VSimperf 48331 MRupp 5 1 OjriSmilhc 1 0 S Labrumr 2004 WRuppK 2004 JcrSfli 7 1 1 15 Maxfleld l 2 1 1 CSimper 0000 Brown Knmlulph GTFP Peartf 2 fi 5 9 1 3 2 4 j JNorrltc 4 1 0 S i TolmanR 2 0 0 I FXorrlsK 1 2 1 n Kennedy 44 l i Wamsley 031 no Dory Anne Swell formerly adds another star to the field She will represent the Peruvian Sk club as a member of the Salt Lake ski team 38 24 3 t 6 61 Totals Score hy quarters 0 i Taylorsville 17 38 Pandolph 13 Officials Jurh and Short 14 3910 38 If a nn vii GT f P 1102 DriKfft 1002 JHulshf 5 1212 Peteronc 4 1 10 MouItonE t 1 0 S Bnlnlc 1 2 Klaltef Ci 0 012 Bramnierf 0000 Bfinishg 1002 ValkerE 10 23 49 35 Lewisville r T r p G T f P V r n R xr NSaucrf 4 4 2 10 I i A Goodyf H 5430 9 5 DSaKerc 3117 1 PWalkcrt 1 10 2 i y 0000 Undsley 0100 Robinson Sot 1612 8 40 Draper Second Captures Title DRAPER March 2 n seasons record of eight wins in 10 starts Draper Second ward copped the championship of the Mt Jordan district Senior Scout basketball league Srescent winner of seven tilts was runnerup J e TL i cwivyf o o o o c wmrors trophy was pre corryt 5 5113 sonted by William J Nielsen cx Leaviuc 3 i o I piorcr scout commissioner for the Larsone Mt Jordan district at the Sandy recreation hall where the final games were played Final stand ings were ColllKC GTFP Totals 12 12 5 29 I Team VV 13 I 50 Totals hy Smrn hy i Draper Second c Manavu 6 21 32 50 Btohlll 16 2S SB 43 i Crescent Lewisville12 21 31 40 I 2 S 15 20 Officials Mulct and Morgan L Pet O Intnn Fifth r T f i 774 3 Nielsen f 1 J t Ertnulchf Cllbcrt G T F P 1313 JchnLitinbf 0231 fi t 2 31 Johnfenc CGermainec 13 S 4 30 li fi i 35 WattsK AGcrmalneK 0000 3117 RickmorpB Kauncrc 1119 0000 ThomasK Joelamb 3 0 0 0110 Elsmoref LoReber 0000 23233359 Totals 2114749 corf hy quarters rifth 10 24 37 50 Gilbert 13 27 36 49 G T K P 1102 ZOth Ward GT KP Bennettf 0100 rriillry G T K P 0233 RSmlthf 55232 4319 Rlchinsc 3302 Burdlckg 1 ft Cassndyg 1002 GSmith 0211 AWalton Sprintvllle 2nd GTFP Cranrtallf 5 4212 Sandy Third Fullmerf 4 0 0 S I Johnsonc 22151 MIJlcrK 3 3 3 13 MartinK 1217 BJarnson 2315 Fox 0000 Clark 0200 Draper First 6 Sandy First 5 Sandy Second 3 1 600 500 300 100 12 20 Ft 32 Totals 21 16 8 50 Score by quarters Gridley 12 37 25 32 Sprtncvlllt 2nd 14 22 33 50 and Houston G T K P 5 3 3 13 M Harrlsvllle GT FP RTaylorf 4 5 4 12 STUFFY NCSTRIIS i n n n navlsf SRenckcrtit B 1 0 3S 1 McNaiiRhtf Wnodnifff 3228 I i 2 S Hnlcombc RMscsc 7 2034 Vc n frr 2637 0100 RXVR LRrirkertK3ft1 3 oj 2 2 R ItWnllcl DlrknmorfK 0 0 0 s 4 1 17KinBK Ocrrard 2 215 7 J i 2 9I S 4 1 17 i 2 1 7 Michiim 7311 Herrcn in 39745 Score hy 26th Word 2004 HryivnodR IllHileyK 2 0 04 0 0 0 0 2 Bcnsf I Dlcllnmorc 0000 01 l 3 i g 2 Christie 000 0 Totals 1 srnrby quarters Hnrrlsilllc S IB 2IS T 1 i Mayvood 0 21 32 50 QUICK SEUEF 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