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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 30, 1946, Winnipeg, ManitobaToronto Manitoba universities play to tie teams tangle again tonight by Jack Matheson paced by the magnificent opportunism of smiling Barney Quot hugs Oconnell and the tenacious Blulme checking of hard working Tom Johnson the University of Manitoba Bison made an impressive a Lent into inter on Legate hockey ranks at the amphitheatre saturday night As they roared irom behind twice to hold a last stepping uni Vei ,11y of Toronto sextet to a rousing 2-2 overtime deadlock in the first of b two game exhibition serie. Close to 2,500 chilled fans pm Murm a wwr1 some Bowling Grace Stark Star led trundle i saturday after noon at the Saratoga alleys by shooting 11 consecutive strikes in the doubles and singles classic. She finished her final doubles game with eight in a Row and then started her first game in the singles with six straight. Grace does not even get credit for a Pei feet score and despite her Brilliant Bowling was not even in the Money. Sports monday december 30, 1946. Page 10 who braved sub Arctic temperatures to witness the struggle went Home Happy after Barney o Connell had rammed Clint Albright s rebound past Dick Ball in the Toronto Cage with less than half a minute of regulation time remaining. The ten minute overtime session ailed to produce further scoring. The same two clubs meet again tonight starting at 8.30 . Although conceding the visitors a definite Edge in condition due to five earlier games the Bison who have held three Short workouts carried the play throughout and i Only the Concrete defensive Wall thrown up in front of goalie do k Ball prevented them from out scoring the the Bison defense meanwhile played spotty hockey and was guilty of faulty clearances time and again. Only Johnson showed to advantage and it was the laxity of the Manitoba defensive strategy which handed the easterners their first goal on a Silver Platter Sticky Harry Boyd who did t even make the Toronto lineup in the programs poked the puck past Hal Thompson in the last minute of the opening stanza after a wild scramble in front of the net. Many observers claimed one of the bosons actually slipped it in but Boyd Drew credit for the Marker. Barney o Connell tied it up with his first goal Midway through the second Canto on a pass from Johnny Arundel and big Boh put the Quot blues one up in the third. The local boys really started Roll ing at this Point but the solid do pensive work of de Kryza Nowak. And Bob Larose plus the sensational net minding of Cool unperturbed Dick Ball held tin Brown and Gold snipers at Bay until with Twenty eight seconds of playing time left and fans filling out of the rink Clint Albright blistered one at bail from close in Hanky Dick kicked it out nonchalantly onto the waiting stick of o Connell and Barney made no by Istak As he slapped it Home to Send the crowd into hysteria. Ice chips the blues put on the Best defensive show of Hie sea son As far As the Veteran observers fighter of year Tony Zale middleweight Champion was ranked As the fighter of the year and also awarded the Edward. Neil memorial trophy As the Man who did the most for boxing in 1946. New York. A middleweight Champion Tony Zale today won ring Magazine s ranking As Quot fighter of the year Quot to go alone with the Edward j. Neil memorial trophy he was awarded As the Man who did the most for boxing in 1946. The award by the Magazine was Marie in a copyright article in the february Issue which included rings 19th annual ratings of the world s fighters. Only two canadians Johnny Grego of Montreal and Jack spi a Deri Armstrong of Toronto a were i included. Grego was eight in the 1 welterweight division and Armstrong eight in the featherweight. Bruce Woodcock British Empire heavyweight Champion from Doncaster yorks., placed fourth among contenders in the division ruled by Joe Louis. Freddie Mills of London Bri Tish cruiserweight titlist was seventh in the Light heavyweight div-1 Ision. Ring Magazine s leaders in each weight division heavyweights a Champion Joe Louis Detroit. Leading con u tenders 1 a Tami Mauriello. New Toronto Montreal. Boston new York i Etrole Chicago l 8 la 14 la 15 hockey playoff dates named Toronto a a committee headed by at Pickard vice president of tie Canama a Amateur hockey association s. announced is p ii at he associations Semi annual meeting the sen i and Junio play a n off dates for Western Canada Silt All p1 off series will he Hesi of seven on a Point Are the play Oil dates senior series Quot a Quot to is 40 Thunder Bay is. Manitoba March i senior series Quot cd s s 37 18, 20, 22, 24, 2fi. 28 or 20. First Tavvo �5 �o5 Gates in i he Thunder bag if Points Are split 1 13 �6 21 til Winner of series Quot a Quot is. Winner b. A 1,8 9, 11 american hockey league Eastern division a Ean of series lls., or 12. If Thunder inv wins series games third Wil also be in hum a he m Rier Bay. The series Wall be finished por. Hershf y sew Haven Springfield Providence pm Adrina w i 20 7 13 la 12 17 10 18 3 28 t k a 4 1.33 72 4 110 lift 3 94 117 8 111 Letl 4 101 21� Cleveland Indianapolis Pittsburgh Buffalo St. Loui West run division 22 8 2 138 a. 15 a 9 13� or 18 10 5 128 102 is 10 8 112 8% 818 9 111 131 saturday local skating stars to race at Detroit Detroit picked de Kryzanowski As the heading Here for the third annual games Star in a Post game Broad Midwest open Kaling Champion cast. Kryzanowski received a facial Gash in the dying minutes of ships being held new year s a. The game and bad to be patched Eileen Whalley of Winnipeg up. Harry Boyd Don Simpson Canada s no. 2 senior women a Boh Larose and Bill evade looked skating Star has entered the ranks the Best of the blues ,. O Connell aiming for the Midwest Crown held York 2 a Billy Conn Pittsburg 3 Elmer Ray Minneapolis and Hastings Fla. Light heavyweights Champion Gus Lesnevich Cliffside n. A leading contenders 1 Fez Zard Charles Cincinnati 2 a Billy Gox Philadelphia 3 a Archie Moore St. Louis. Middleweight Champion Tony Zaire Gary ind., 1 Ding contenders 1 a Jake Lamotta new y Ork 2 a Charley Burley Pitts skaters from Man Hugh 3 a Rockey Graziano Newyl Ork. Welterweight Champion Ray Robinson new York. Leading on tenders 1 a Tippy Larkin. Garfield n. 2 a Tommy belly Youngstown Ohio 3 a Beau Jack Atlanta a. Bac limit quite casually Toronto goalie Turk Broda leans on goal in first period and Waits for forwards Don Metz of Maple Leafs and Tony Leswick of new York rangers to come out so rough game can be resumed before turn away crowd at Madison Square Carden. not satisfied Toronto ruling bodies of professional and Amateur hockey met in camera and Quot in Complete Harmony hut saturday delegates of the Canadian Amateur hockey association made it Clear they were not satisfied with their a lenient with the ., and feared a raiding Quot by pros of Amateur clubs. In closed session the relations committee of the And the negotiating committees of the International Lee hockey association and the . Met to discuss terms of a possible Long Range agreement for payment of players Between professional and Amateur hockey associations. Or. Yvo. G Harris of Edmonton president of the i Ain a statement after sunday s meeting said the committees made offers Quot Acee Tahle to each Oiher which were subject to confirmation of their respective principals. Clarence Campbell appointed president this year a present and at saturdays meeting George Dudley of Midland Secretary of the . Told delegates that since Campbell came on the scene Quot the Has functioned More smoothly than at any time in its Dudley said he did not think the 820,000 received As annual payment for players turning professional was sufficient but the . Preferred to accept that amount instead of breaking with the At the present time. National league Chicago 2. Montreal 8 Boston 3. Toronto 4, new York 2. Detroit 2 american league Buffalo 8 Cleveland 3 Indianapolis 4. 2. Providente 1. Pittsburgh 2. Philadelphia ,3. It mils 8, new Haven 1. Springfield 0. . League Washington 4 Baltimore 4. . League Dallas 3, Omaha 4. Kansas 5, Tulsa 2 Pacific coast league san Francisco 8. Oakland 5 Hollywood 8 is Angeles 4 Seattle Tacoma 3 Western International league Spokane 1, los Angeles 5. P h l. Sherbrooke 9 Verdun 1 l enter collegiate Toronto 2 Manitoba 2 overtime lie. Western Canada senior Calgary 8. Saskatoon 2, Edmonton it. I Ether Edge it Saskatchewan Junior notre Darne 4. Prince Albert 4 Over time tie i Regina 3 Moose jaw 6 Manitoba Junior Portage to Prairie 1. Brandon 7. International Amateur Duluth 5. Port Arthur 9. Points Are iii �1_ us a i a v 4 Quot a a a Quot a Quot Mvi a Jwill he Arthur tile rest on t he m Winnipeg Prairies if Winnipeg wins car Lett mop. Series Quot a Quot Quot a Quot first to it games will be on h Saskatchewan is. British Colum the Prairies an if the Points Aie 27 Bia March 18, 20, 22, 24, 26. 28 or split the third game will be player 29. If British Columbia Winner is on the Prairies with the series com-10 from the Kootenay first game plated in Winnipeg. 4s will be in British Columbia and Junior series Quot a As the balance on the Prairies. If the British Columbia Winner is from British Columbia is. Giunia either Vancouver or new West March 5, 7, 10, 12, 14 or 15. I Minster first two games will he series to be arranged depending j played at the roast. If Points Are on winners in the two provinces Plit on the first two games. Hie Junior series Quot a third will be at the coast and the Thunder Bay is Manitoba. March 38 Irma Indra on to Prairies. Sunday 18, 20, 22, 21, 26, 28 or 20. First two a games will be in Winnipeg and the third game also in Winnipeg if the Points Are split and the in minder in Thunder Bay. Junior series Quot cd Winner of series Quot a Quot is. Saskatchewan March 18, 20, 22, 24, 2b, ,28 or 20. If Alberta wins Senes Quot a first two games will he in Alberta. If Points Are split third game also will be in Alberta and the remainder in Saskatchewan. Moose jaw a Moose jaw Ca a ,.rv. Sucks moved into a first Piare Tii Junior series d with Regina pats in the Sas Katehes Winner of series Quot a Quot is Winner wan Junior hockey league Here of series Quot a Quot april 1, 3, 5, 7, 9. 11 saturday when they Defeated the or 12. First two games on Horny erstwhile undisputed leaders 6-3 be ice of Winner of series Quot a and if fore a crowd of 2,500. Points Are split third game will a canucks had the Edge through 0,1 Home Irr of Quot inner of en0 out leading 2-2 at the end of the Quot a Quot nth remainder on Home ice of Moose jaw canucks whip Regina 6-3 . Verdun 3. Viet Orla Vil la 3 tin Sher Hornok s. Cornwall 4, St. Hyacinthe 8. Lech a 3. . Valleyfield it Montreal 2 american league Cleveland 7 Providence 3 Spring fiend it new Haven 3 fat Ouis 3. Buffalo 3 Indianapolis 4 Philadelphia 3. .h.l. Minneapolis it Paul Dallas Kansas City coast league first period 5-2 at the end of the second and splitting two goals with the pats in the final 20 minutes. Metro Prystay Moose jaw Centre was the Star of the game Scot ing three goals and assisting on a fourth to stretch his Lead in the scoring race Over Gordie Knutson Regina Star who went pointless other Canuck scorers were in Tarala Ivan Wilson and Harvey Stein. Jimmy fair urn notched two Regina s goals with Dune Fisher getting the third. Winner of series Quot a Quot. Portland ran Plano Vancouver Fahla revamped Brandon elks trim Portage Brandon Brandon elks displaying new Lound strength and spirit Defeated the wingless but plucky Portage terriers 7 to 1 in one i of the Best games to Date on local ice saturday night. Lightweight Champion a some 3,000 ians Brave 1 he Twenty below temperature to see the International title vacant. Leading revamped elks in action. The Forward lines had been reshuffled with Don Mcrae Albright and Arundel during the last two years by Ivor contenders 1 tie Between Bob Hergesheimer moving into the right Wing spot with Burman and min. Were the pick of the bosons by. Nice Melewski of West Allis wis. Montgomery Philadelphia and Ike son and Johnson entering going and Sian Chmiel a to Al product front. Toronto goalie Ball had other Canadian entrants include Williams Trenton n. J., 3 a John alright s number All night Long Ken Audley and de Beedy Bratton Chicago and he robbed Clint of sure goals ants for the intermediate boys featherweight Champion on several occasions. Eco Crown and a it otly Mitchell win Willie Pep Hartford. Conn. Learn Brown followed Monarch coach Nipes. Left Manitoba sunday for a or contenders 1 Phil terran Wally Manson s lend in using Jerry the 1,135 mile trip to Detroit. Ova Yiew y0rk 2 Carlos Chavez Sott on tie Forward line hut the a stiff Battle also was foreseen Tampa Fla. 3 Oscar Calles be tousle haired Teuton kid would in Tom it senior mensa division headed Nezu Ein. Have helped the Bison defense in National Champion Fitzgerald bantamweight Champion. Measurably. Bison football Star and former National titlist Kenny Manuel Ortiz Al Centro Calif John Carpenter was the smoothest Bartholomew Hoth of Minneapolis. Pad Ink contenders 1 a David Kui Kong y Oung Hawaii 2 a Luis Castillo Mexico City 3 a Dado Marino Hawaii. Flyweight Champion Jack four players transferred a Tom Yawkey no. 1 Ball executive St. Louis a Tom Yav key s a untiring efforts and lavish investments in players and farm club which brought his Boston red so a a Pennant Quot earned him the title o major league baseball s no 1 sex i a Rutle of 1946 in the sporting new s annual citations of the year s Toronto transfers for four outstanding men in the Diamond Western players to other Western sport announced today teams were approved saturday at Eddie Dyer of the world Cham the Semi annual meeting of the re in a. Louis cardinals and Clay Canadian Amateur hockey Asso Hopper of Montreal royals of the citation. International league were rated top Cliff Henderson of Moose jaw. Managers of the majors and minors president of the Saskatchewan respectively. Amateur hockey association Intro a making his first appearance of the season. The shift paid off in goals As the first string collected six of the seven Elk counters. Hergesheimer scored three goals and assisted in another pair Hur tempers flared late in the period Man counted twice and Henri one and a free for All threatened As diced cases for three of the players and the other was by Harold Brandreth of Calgary president of the Alberta Branch. Bud Craig was transferred from the . To the Winnipeg Fly los Angeles Charles Rosl Ron 62, rolled a 300-game to he the third oldest Man to do so he a been howling for 40 Vears. To my Tipti Iffla by. V. Mcaree this is from Andy Lyles column in Toronto Star they Weir talking about this and that this being football and that by a strange coincidence also being football a when one wondered if wed heard the one about Knute Rockne and the professional irishman. The latter approached the great notre Dame Coachi and asked . Nusly about player o Sullivan. Quot he s Fine said Hock Quot tory to to god Quot exclaimed the Mick Quot and in t o Sullivan the ten Only Giuri player altogether and sure did t the two eyes of Nic we him in King them grand runs and Bowlin the Nimy Over As if they was Fri Tith Yojen ony last week a. A til to grand irishman he is and All and All Quot my Friend Quot said Rockne. Quot of Sullivan is really no More an irishman Tolian i am Quot and Isnit it myself Quot agreed the Mick swiftly a that seen the divil i spawn a him when he ruins them Nice plays of yours ony last week i or. Rock Sor Quot set Mort by $m.3hvrclau a by Umi tid / Walkerville Ontario Calgary wins Over Saskatoon Man on the ice when he appeared hut admitted he was Short on con Dillon As saturday was the fourth time he had been on skates this season. Toronto Mentor Quot Ace Quot Bailey liked the Manitoba clubs spirit and looks for a real Battle tonight. Cece Brown win Satis fied with his squad on the r first performance but fought both learns did a lot of unnecessary passing. Strange accusation in local working smoothly scored a 6-2 hockey. Toronto had a Etal Victory Over the revamped sask nullified in the second stanza w Hen Aton elks in a Western Canada Cam Millar got the Gate for inter senior hockey league game Here Ference. Bison manager Quot red Quot saturday night before 1.600 fans Mcintyre announced with Pride who braved 29 below Zero weather that Don Raleigh will see action to see the club in action in Brown and Gold livery to Hight elks used Don Mcintyre a form Quot hugs Quot o Connell was the Pride or Nelson player on defense and ran Northern Ireland 3 a Jimmy Saskatoon Calgary stamp Gill it Nottingham. England eders with their passing plays j assist and Manson picked up a goal Burman and k. Campbell Swap ors seniors. Tom Kum Merfield of and an assist. Finn Campbell com pc punches hut order was Restor Winnipeg monarchs juniors was plated the elks scoring on a passed and the offenders received transferred to Regina capitals from Bill Johnson. Major penalties. Seniors. Russ Wylie of Saskatoon Burman and Hergesheimer gave if the game was any indication was granted his release from Brandon a 2 to 0 first period lend the Nicholson Raleigh coaching legionnaires juniors and permitted with two Quick goals Early in the May produce result ,. Some of to play with Moose jaw canucks Frame. The elks continued to bom the elks seemed to Lack condition Don Menzies of Calgary stampe.1 Bard the terriers Citadel hut were. ,. Kaiser was a Tower of or Vas of granted his release and unable to beat Benn who played a strength on defence. Erskine transferred to Lethbridge Maple in in a Terson Clasgow. Scotland Lead Superb game again until the half Campbell and Robertson were ter Leafs ing contenders 1�?riny Monoghan Way Mark of the second session Rier standouts. Officials Over Northern Ireland 2 a bunty a Sundin was waved off for delaying looked a lot of unnecessary rough the game by tying i skates and Ness particularly hooking. He was followed shortly by Bur Portage bin. Oreen. Khmer Man and Schwartz. With the three Schwartz. Ai my Doumit. K campy ii. To a a 1.,. Robertson love Simoneau Sun Len. Row men in the penalty Box Hetge a in f a Kin go it to tra Rrt. Theimer and Manson scored two Brandon a Menem a Kaner Mann in a snare of ten seconds to in , Pitman Oon mar. In a spate m ten or mrs to in erg even. Johnann inn More. Goring crease the Brandon margin. Bur Chmiel Evans Campbell waiter Kentucky Derby to be run May 3 Louisville. By. May 3 a Man made it 5-0 before the period Rev 22 i. ended. Campbell rapped Home Bill John Goodman to Chartr. Chmiel. In Lim i b Nai Brit five pins. J Frond period 3, Brandon her Gih grrr fid it Ohan n team won the second Quad e been set. As the Date for the 7.trd son s pass at the 15.00 Mark of the Goodman 11 to. 4 Brandon. Mime of me h Sai brim five pm league a of pm running of the Kentucky Derby col. Matt a and Iov of every Rod fan in the with sad Fenn s return to action Churchill Downs said today. Nom when Simoneau Erskine s thir up Rind a a a. A. In rim a a is 1 1 Oft a 7 rink when he checked in with after being on the injured list play two timely counters. Ramey and ing coach deed Klein moved up to his or other Quot Chick Quot Are two of the the Forward Lino to team with finn original fist swingers. Tonight s and Cliff Hulme. Stampedes scored the Only two goals of the first period matched Gamp will Start at 8 30 p a lineups and summary p or Toronto Bam. Or re in Ira let to . Tit Tel a avg or a Ned map to Ltd. Tar opt 8lmp�0�, rut a la. Jidi twinn. Law or. It or Manitoba to a Mph in. M or in Knynn. Re la a re. Be to. Mar or. Albright by a try o can null. Arundel first Pertuit 1, tar onto Boyd 19 19 pm no Ltd non. A trend or Rand 9 Manitoba o Connell arnn4�l to 49. Penal tire tartar Millar. O can null. Third period j Toronto Troje Rob vat a is 4 Manitoba. O coh Nril Albrighti 19 .13 penal Lea overtime period scoring. Bit. Penal Lei nil. A nations for the $100,000 three year old classic will feb. 15. Third and rav Mcdermid was Chergee Helmer la 20 5. Brandon. 4man a Igor Many on 19 0ft. Penal Les Winn president of a within three minutes of a shutout Sunda a Burman. Sri warts Brandon. Campbell port App Simoneau Brandon. Herr Uleie a her Grahf Imer Campbell Majon added a pass into an open Cornet. Herge la a a pm Quot a Ivi Iio a a close j theimer completed the scoring a my i to in. Pm no 1 minute later. Schwart. Love. K Burman it Majori ing by j. R. Boxer aggregation boxers quintette broke the three game record with Handicap by shooting 3.277 i Tapper topped the men myth 70. Foil own a by p Pohan 898 j Boxer 88 m Blansky. 8ft2 h hard 843 l 8nuka 84 f ctr the High lady shooting 88 with a Cohen amassing 821 and 8. We Cage tourney Regina a Regin vets handed out a 46-30 drubbing to University of Saskatchewan huskies to Lake an exhibition basketball tournament Here in straight games. Vets won 43-26 saturday. Elks two counters in the second and lengthened their Lead with the Only two goals of the third. A a Lethbridge a Edmonton flyers and Lethbridge Maple Leafs balled to 5-5 overtime tie Here saturday night before 2,900 fans the division of Points leaving flyers in top p Ace of the Western Canada senior hockey league with a four Point margin Over calgary1 stampedes while Leaf stayed in third position two Points Back of the Cal Arians Steve Latoski set a fast Pace Fot Leafs with three goals and a single assist Grant Hall and Robby love getting the other Leafs counters Thomas counted twice for flyers i with Terluk. Maher and Watt get-1 Ting the others a Guinea pig Gordon to figure in test Case Toronto a youngster voted As Winnipeg s Quot most valuable Quot juvenile last Winter Johnny i Flash Gordon will serve As Guinea pig in a test Case arising out of the Transfer squabble Between the Canadian Amateur hockey association and the Amateur hockey association of the United states. When the . Named George Panter of Gravenhurst ont., and or. W. G. Hardy of Edmonton to journey to new a York shortly and bargain with the . Of . On the Transfer Issue the spark was let for lengthy debate. Panter president of the Ontario hockey Atao citation was named at the . A Semi annual meeting saturday because of his insistence that the . Decide definitely whether it would demand the $100 Transfer fee for each Canadian transferred to the United states an amount which so far the , of . Has refused to pay. As president of the International Lee hockey association or. Hardy was chairman of a meeting her Friday attended by Tom Jack Gordon Lockhart of new York president of the . Of ., at which a break Between that association and the c. A. H. A. Was mended at least temporarily. Besides the $100 Transfer fee dispute a number of players in eluding Winnipeg s Gordon went to the United states to play hockey without obtaining necessary transfers. The /.h.a. Of . Agreed such transfers should be obtained but despite a . Demand that Gordon return to Canada until his Case it investigated he has t put in an appearance. Major howl i the Gordnn Case came from Jimmy Dunn Winnipeg president of the Manitoba hockey association who said hit group opposed a Transfer of the player who was scheduled to line up with Winnipeg rangers juniors this Winter. He said the association had not been advised of the move until members read about Gordon playing for new York rovers in newspaper reports. While in Toronto Lockhart maintained that go Don had requested a tryout rovers and that he held a release from the manager of Winnipeg ran. Gers club of last Winter Gordon s name was one of 110 read to the meeting by w. A Hewitt Toronto . Registrar for whom the . Of . Was seeking transfers. Many of the p Ayers had returned to Canada and the meeting approved transfers for most of the others. Hanson Dowell , president said that Canada would not be represented at the european hockey championships in Prague next february. Dowell said the invitation for the trip from the British ice hockey association came too late and after Edmonton canadians Becan the fifth club to turn Down the Chance to represent Canada the . Considered it a Quot closed Issue for this Dowel Wil attend a meeting of the Ligue International de hockey sur Glace n Prague next february. He will represent the . In Diec Mons which May Lead to a merger of the . And the International Lee hockey Atao citation of which the . Is a member. For the time of your life attend the new years eve dance at the auditorium tuesday dec. 31st dancing 9.30 . To 2.30 . Tableaux-12 Midnight sponsored by Canu Keena War services fund War 8<rvtce permit no. C 3908 in Aid or disabled veterans in military Hospital tickets $1.25 each Advance ticket Sale at the auditorium this space contributed by Winnipeg brewery Ltd. I 4

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