The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 21.10.1944, Blaðsíða 5

The White Falcon - 21.10.1944, Blaðsíða 5
Duncan, Riccardi Feature Leather Show Tonight SEC 5 JOHNNY CUKCAE, Y0U17GSSOWH, 0. , AND SEC 5. PAUL RABEL, PORTSMOUTH, VA., Will EBSUKB SHEIR fistic wan week they climb through the ropes in SHE HAIH EVENT OP AN INTERNATIONAL WRESTLING AND BOXING SHOW TONIGHT AT SHE ANDREWS FIELBHOUSE THE FIRST FIGES WILL GO 01T AT 2000 HOURS. It will be the second meeting between the two T-5s , Habel copping a eplit nod three weeks ago when Duncan suffer- ed his first reverse on the "Rock." In another return go ?fc. Andy Riccardi, I3C heavyweight champ from Chester, Pa., will meet Pvt. Earl Zimmerman of Woodstock, 111. One of the top inter- national bouts will pit Corp. Jock Daley of the RAP against Pvt. Bernie Ha8ch of Indianapolis, Ind. Other battles will match Pvt. Tim McBrlde, New York, against Pvt. Joe Padilla, Santa Bar- bara, Calif.; AC Paddy Orr, RAF, against LAC Ray Overnass, HAP; LAC George Gullen, RAP, a- gainst OS Jack Bostock, B.N.; and LAC Ken Ker- rison, RAP, against LAC Tommy O'Hara, RAP. Featuring the wrest- ling bouts will be LAC Roger Pelletier and his RCAP mat artists.- Baltimore Cops Junior Series She Baltimore Orioles won their first Little World Series flag in 19 years when they whipped the Louisville Colonels in the sixth game, 5-3, to take the series four games to two. It was the first win for the International loop winnerG since 1940 when Newark turned back the same Colonels. The Orioles took the lead in the third game, slipped to a tie in the fourth, and then grab- bed the next two. By $>$t§o*6*:?a>»*£e. SHIS CORKER recommends a trip to the Andrews BTiorts palace tonight for the boxing and wrest- ling show in general - and that return fight be- tween John Duncan and Paul Rabel.....She two met three weeks ago, Rabel winning on a split deci- sion to hand Dancan his first loss on the Rock. She SPORSIHG NEWS has picked Marty Marion of the Cards and Bobby. Doerr of the Red Sox for their most valuable player awards.... Hal Newhauser of the Tigers and Bill Voiselle of the Giants received special recognition for their brilliant twirling efforts. In those comic strips Skeezix's wife is being pestered ~by wolf in 3 stripes.....Harold Seen is back at the Sugar Bowl on a furlo....Joe Palooka is visiting hone or. a ditto,.. .'./agon-wheels flew off the day he was supposed to marry Bunny. ..And Dick Tracy is ready to corral The Brow. Two months froKi now you car. inform us how wrong we were, but right now we like Georgia and Georgia Tech in the SE circuit; Oklahoma in the Big 6; Purdue and Minnesota among the Big 9; Washington on the Coast; llotre Dame in independent ranks; and Randolph Field. When the baby is quiet and can't be heard, he is usually up to mischief - and Spain is too qu- iet to suit us...Snubbed at World War I parley, the Vatican nay get a chair at the next Sable of Peace....The soldier vote, due to late counting and returns, may delay the election winner. Georgia, Navy, Penn Register Grid Decisions Army, Penn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Sexas and Ohio State continued to rack up grid decisions last Saturday to remain at the top of the col- legiate football heap. She day's biggest up- set saw Virginia spoil the record of the North Carolina Preflight club in a 13-13 tie. ' Army fired a 69-7 as- sault at Pitt; Penn de- feated William and Mary easily, 46-0; Tennessee beat Florida, 40-0;0hio State licked Wisconsin, 20-7; the Irish shille- laghed Dartmouth, 64-0; Georgia nipped Old Ken- tuck, 13-12; Sexas beat Oklahoma, 20-0; Georgia Seen shut out Auburn, 27-0. OTHER RESULTS Mich. 27, Korthwest.O Minn. 39, Missouri 27 Iowa PP 13, Purdue 6 California 14,Pacific 0 Colgate 14, Cornell 7 Yale 27, Columbia 10 Navy 7, Duke 0 Illinois 40, Iowa 6 Indiana 54, Nebraska 0 Iowa S. 25, Kansas 0 Mich. St.45,Kansas St.6 Great L.38, W. Mich. 0 Rochester 21, Oberlin 7 Penn State 20,Bucknell6 Boston C. 33, CCNY 0 Semple 25, N.Y.U. 0 Holy C. 26, Villanova 0 P & M 19, Muhlenburg 18 Connecticut lO.B'klyn 0 Bears, Indians Chalk Up Wins While the crack Green Bay Packers were taking a rest, the surprising Cleveland Rams featured Sunday's pro grid tilts with a 20-17 decision over the Detroit Lions to remain undefeated in league ulay. Only a 7-7 tie with the Philadelphia Eagles mare their record. In the other tussles, the New York Giants de- feated the Brooklyn Si-: gers, 14-7; the Chicago Sears chalked up their first win of the season by licking the Chicago- Pitt combine, 34-7; and Washington also notched its initial win, 21-14, at Boston's expense. Pictured above is Pvt. George Metsopulos who recently set nev.' individual bowling records in I3C competition while rolling for Pour Strikes and a.Spare. He swept the alleys with a mark of 198 for a single game which aided him in making 523 in his three gamec and posting GI records. Leading Quints Suffer Defeats In IBC Action While four Reykjavik quints ran their chaste record to four straight in I3C basketball games over the weekend, Club 23's imposing list of ten undefeated outfits last week dwindled to three this week. . The Navy, Pess, Ack- Acks and the Mustangs were locked at the top of the 17-team Reykja- vik loop the first part of the week. She Beavers (4-0), the Grizzlies (2-l),and the Raiders and Bears (3-0) led A, B and C loops in the Club 23 leagues. CLUB 23 RESULTS Beavers 34,Marauders 17 Wildcats 2, D.Wonders 0 Rangers 26,B. Dozers 18 Hustlers 2,Creepers 0 Beavers 47,Crusaders 28 P.Dodgers 2,Short C. 0 W.Shirts 2,H.Toppers 0 Rangers 46,Grizzlies 19 Bears 44, Sad Sacks 20 Raiders 33, Sooners 28 REYKJAVIK RESULTS Wildcats 52,Hangers 31 Snafus 55, Srojans 29 Navy 50, Y. Club 14 Ack-Acks 49,Orioles 32 Hounds 51,Commandos 45 Panthers 50, S.Birds 14 Orioles 41, Wildcats 20 leas 58, Cowboys 19 King Bs 54, Rangers 25 Srojans 29, Medics 12 Mustangs 66,Y.Club 22 Ack-Acks 59, Snafus 24 Navy 2, Cowboys 0 orioles 36, Hounds 26 Panthers 90, Cowboys 18 Com.andos5C, V.'ildcats32 Red Legs Enter Bowling Finals The triple-A Bed Legs became the first outfit to qualify for the Rey- kjavik playoffs in IBC bowling when they took the title in league D a week before the end of the season. Swo important changes saw Pour Strikes and a Spare move into the top spot in A, while Alert- nents were rolling back into first place in C. The Tigers in B need but two more points to clinch the title in B, while the Thunderbolts need but one more in E for the flag. Pvt.George Metsopulos of Pour Strikes and a Spare set new records, by rolling 198 and 523* for individual single- game and three-game ho- nors. Seam laurels were won by the Red Legs v;ho had 702 for high single and 1937 for high in three games. Bowling on the Club 23 alleys saw the Pill- rollers in D amass 1852 for three-game high and the Button Crushere 633 for one game. Sallery rolled 469 in three games while And- rews posted 188 for one game for high honors.

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