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   Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 27, 1952, Walla Walla, Washington                               Kansas Whips St. John's 80-63 For National Hoop Title 12 Union-Bulletin Walla Walla, Wash., Thursday, March Wa-Hi Cinder Men Host Mac-Hi Thinclads Friday Whether the Wa-Hi track teamj the same time last year, with more last year's meet, five Wa-Hi men will fulfill a promise, shown in the intra-squad meet Wednesday, will bt known Friday afternoon when the Blue Devils host Mac-Hi in first dual meet of the year. The meet is scneduled for 3 o'clock at Borleske Field. Wednesday Coach Felix Fletch- er's and freshmen de- feated the and sopho- in the annual pre-season duel for fun. and some of the times were better than winners in last year's duel with the Pio- neers. Last year Wa-Hi defeated the Milton-Freewater school, 70-50 on the Pioneer track. The Blue Devils may have too many guns for the visitors again this year, but the Oregon squad is expected to grab solid first place points in the sprints and in the was a year younger and 20 pounds lighter. The other hopeful li Dick Turner who five inches short of the state Javelin champion year. Hr won against Mae-Hi last year with a 142. He that distance with little effort these days. Clyde Meek Wednesday pole vaulted 10-3 to equal last year's winning mark. Of eight first place winners solid performances, for so early, turned in by Wa-Hi entries this week include Don Hartwig's broad Jump of 19 feet, 8 inches. Hartwig is also a Blue Devil hope in the high jump. Bob Johnson spun a 440-yard run in 55 seconds with Ed Gwinn, converted miler, a step behind. Jerry Davenport turned a mile, better than he could do all last year. Dave Klicker showed promise in a shortened intra-squad low hurdle win. Chuck Davey Scores TKO Over Williams Two More Managers Will Be Called on New York Carpet NFW vnpff IJPI stofo Boh w H I broad jump with its "Cannon Ball CHICAGO Wl Chuck Davey, scholarly southpaw from Michigan State College Wednesday night scored a technical knockout over Ike Williams, former world's light- weight champion, in of the fifth round. The victory shot Davey to the top among welterweight challeng- ers for the championship. The battle, scheduled for ten rounds, was halted by Referee Wil- liam Doty with the former 135 pound champion staggering and unable to defend himself under Davey's relentless two-fisted at- tack. Williams was on the verge of falling to the floor of the ring when Referee Doty waved Davey to his corner as the winner. Davey is undefeated in 32 pro- fessional bouts. j I Williams was a pathetic sight 'as the Michigan State graduate battered him into helplessness. Ike i was slow and showed no semblance I of former championship class at any stage of the one-sided bout. e (Christenberry) has more! Davey. boxing masterfully, won all than the czar of Russia 'five rounds as Williams stalked in1 Express." Larry Lutcher. Bill Roff "P u J 'close trying to land a finishing is a speed merchant in the shorter !mo.re flgh.1 I had .bee.n rumors right hand blow, distances too. Santa Clara Gives Illinois Stiff Test in 67-64 Loss AERIAL KICKS Danno McDonald, left, and Bill Melby came up the game ldea simultaneously in a wrestling match at Lewiston, Ida.( and thonKB tne aerial both. Melby man- By JACK HEWDiS SEATTLE UB Clyde LoveUette stacked up 33 points Wednesday and paced Kansas to a record- shattering 80-63 victory over St. John's in the NCAA basketball championship finals. Illinois edged Santa Clara in the consolation game, 67-84. The rampaging Kansas never let St. John's make a race of it, lead- ing from the first point to the last. Lovellette, who set the NCAA tourney scoring mark Tuesday night, added 16 points to his three- game total of 108 in the first half Wednesday and 17 in the second. The 80 points was a new high for the title game, beating by nine the total posted by New York City College in 1950. Redmen Never Quit St. John's never quit trying in the fast, rough battle, but Lovel- lette's power on the backboards was too much for the Redmen from Brooklyn. Bob Zawoluk. ace center of the losers, counted only six points in ithe first half but waged an even 'scoring battle with High Clyde of Balancing Lutcher and Roff are two Wa-Hi lads with their eyes on Washington State champion- ships. Bob (The Athlete) Cox, who is Cohcn gnd Hymie merely fronted for Brat- Each weigned ,45 pounds two qustioning about statements they j ton. To that Wallman said "no one i under the welterweight limit. made recently. Cohen is the manager of former middleweight champion Rocky Graziano and welterweight con- tender Bill yGraham and co-man- j but myself is financially interested in Bratton." "In view of his said i state 880 champ with a two flat aKcr of heavyweight Irish Bobby Manager Missing: Williams went into the ring with- 414 V11.W Vi 411.9 OkO tdUdll, OdlU I ri I ..rTl 1 I, Christcnberry today, "we'll haveiout hls manager, Frank Blmky to investigate Mr. Wallman." last spring, turned in a Wed- Murphy and other boxers. Wallman; nesday after three workouts.__At manafiPS Johnny Bratton. ex-NBA! j welterweight king, and heavy-] weight Cesar Brion of Argentina, i Cohen and Graziano both admit-i ted on March 17 that Eddie Coco. NOW IN STOCK! SPINNING REELS CAP RU-SPORT RU-MER CENTAURiE Model 760 Pump Action 30-06 REMINGTON PETE'S SPORT SHOP 36 S. Colville Ph. 3858 Gypsy In Draw Again Palermo, in his corner. Palermo had planned to serve as one of Ike's seconds. Palermo is under investigation by the Illinois Athletic Commission which is checking his application for renewal of his manager's lic- ence. Chairman Joseph Triner said he had written the Pennsylvania com- aged to salvage enough steam to so on and win the bout in two i Kansas in the last half until he out of three falls. {fouled out 3 minutes before the final gun. Zawoluk 'scored 20 for the evening. The game's first point was looped by Lovellette from the free throw line in the opening minute and St. John's never caught up. The Red- men stuck close to the rambling who is appealing a Florida murder JI I   010 .1 ...2 3 a 33 0 0 12 5 0 0 24 29 89 FG FT PF TP ST. JOHN'S (63) McMahon t------------------6 1 4 13 Davis f __.....____________i 244 Walsh f------------------------3036 Zawoluk c__________......__ 7 B 5 20 Peterson c MacGilvray g ______..........3 238 Glancontieri g --------------0 040 Duckett g ........__________2 248 Walker g_______._______0 040 McMorrow 0 3 J Sagona g 054 Totals ....25 13 35 83 heavy boxing title and took him to the national finals in Chicago. He weighed 180 and stood 6 feet 4. In describing his loss of the final match he commented: "You should have seen the guy. He was a monster." as there are in a Circle! The circle of the rim of any glass measures 360 degrees; And when the glass is filled with any drink made with Seagram's 7 Crown, that rim encircles liquid pleasure that reaches the highest degree of smooth perfection! and be Seagram's 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers College Grunt Greats to Vie series to aid Barer and Sons in a win over Pepsi-Cola in the Com- mercial League. But Fazzari had to share series honors with Walt Smith who led Heidelberg to a victory over Utah Canning. Petes Sport Shop was the team leader with a 981 game and a 2810 total while defeating Seattle First National. Inland Motor topped Baker-Boyer. Wes Rais spun a 565 series as Administration whipped Drafting in the Engineers League at Bowl- away. Structural beat Construc- FORT COLLINS. Colo. UP) tion, despite Tom Brown's 225 sin- Oklahoma last year's for the wmner had a 1035 nerup. has entered a 15 man team Earne a 2970 total. Planning in the hopes of upsetting defending champion Oklahoma University in the National Collegiate Athletic Association championships opening here Friday. The Oklahoma Aggies team., largest among the more than 35 downed Real Estate No. 1, and Specs and Ests beat Real Estate No. 2. Wally Hertel was high above everyone else in the elite City League at Recreation with a 232 single and a 644 series as Berry entered, is headed by George Lay-1 Electric, with a 990 game swept man. defending titleholdcr m City Cieaners Teal Electric 137 pound class. The only other1 returning champion will be heavy- weight Bradley Glass of Princeton. Oklahoma's titleholders will have an eight man team including two blanked MacMartin Chamberlain with a 2731 total, Shady Lawn shut out Rainier and Elks beat Wades. Ray Lucarelli knocked down a 222 single and a 575 series as Bobs runners-up last year. They are beat Memorials Borders, 123 pounds, and the Knights of Columbus Lea- 137. who is gue at Little's Drug, j ........-..........................18 23 19 St. John's 13 14 14 Free throws 2. D. Kel- ley 3. Lovellette 2. Hoag 2. Hougland 2. Davis. Zawoluk 5. Glancontieri 3, MacGilvray 3. McMahon 3. Shots attempted Kansas 63, SU John's 55. the 147 pound division this time. An entry list has not been filed by Penn State, the No. 3 team last year, but officials expect strong competition from this school. Penn State won the Eastern Intercolleg- iate Wrestling Association title this vmter. Oregon State, the Pacific Coast champion, has entered a three-man! earn. Other top entries include' :owa Teachers, Cornell College. ?rinceton, Purdue, Indiana and Michigan. Leonard Knowles sharing series honors, used a 1000 game Rainiers Drop Overtime Tilt PALM SPRINGS. Calif. W) Three unearned Hollywood runs In the last of the 12th inning crushed the Seattle Rainiers 8-5 Wednes- day in a free-hitting exhibition game. The Stars clubbed Seattle pitching for 15 hits, with the Rain- iers getting 12. Nanny Fernandez' critical error on Chuck Stevens' ground ball in the 12th started the downfall. Pete Hernandez was the Rainiers' hurl- er, taking over the burden in eighth. Clarence Maddern, with two oublcs snd two singles, led the Rainiers' attack, followed by Walt Judnich's three singles in trips. CAMP PENDLETON. Calif. Aided by Jake Palmer's grandslam and a 2892 total for a sweep of homer and a si by Bill Baumgarts. Barkers Lockers shut out Sporleders and Model Grocery split with Weisgerbers. Waitkus' Assailant Due for Release SPRINGFIELD 111. (.fl The young woman who shot and wound- ed baseball player Eddie Waitkus Many Entries In Ring Meet MILWAUKEE schools have filed Eighteen 98 entries for the NCAA boxing tournament here April 3-5, it was announced Wednes. day. The tournament. In the Univer- Coss. the Camp Pendleton base- ball team defeated Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast League, 7-6, here. Palmer, former Kansas City and Portland second baseman, slammed one of Wes Hamner's offerings for a round-tripper in the sixth inning to tie the game at 6-alL Coss' single in the last of the ninth brought in Ray Kozub with the winning tally. ONTARIO, Calif. UP) The San Diego Padres of the Pacific League went through an intra- squad game Wednesday, with Red sity of Wisconsin fieldhouse, williErnbree pitching the Frank Kerrs serve as a semi-final trial for the 5-2 victory over the Jack U. S. Olympics team. Winners in Grahams. n a Chicago hotel room in June, the 10 weight classes qualify for Embree dished up only four hits 949. soon will be released from Cankakee state mental hospital. State welfare officials announced Vednesday that Ruth Steinhagen, 11, has fully recoverd and will be turned over to Cook County Chicago) authorities to charges of assault to kill. Waitkus. 31, first baseman the final tryouts at Kansas City during the seven-inning tilt. face for he Philadelphia Phillies and for- merly with the Chicago Cubs, was in June. The NCAA rules committee. I which said it hoped to slice the field to 80 boxers at a meeting Sunday, listed these schools as having filed entries: Idaho, Idaho State, Howard Uni- versity. Louisiana State, Miami of Florida, Minnesota, North Caro- lina Penn State. San Jose City Table Tennis Tourney Planned Ronnie Sawyer, all-city tennis champion, will defend his title in the City Championships April 1-3 at the YMCA. ;teinhagen. iperior (Wis.) State, Syracuse.! The tournament, in doubles and His wounds forced him to miss, Washington State, Maryland. Santa singles, will be open to anyone, he remainder of the 1949 baseball Clara, Michigan State, George-1 regardless of age, who makes eason. jtowa and Wisconsin. {prior registration. eUed by rifle bullets fired by Miss j (Calif.) State, South Carolina, Su- 'SPAPERf fSPAPERf   

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