The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 28.10.1944, Blaðsíða 5

The White Falcon - 28.10.1944, Blaðsíða 5
Ric- cardi's fourth straight and his second in a row over the plucky Zimmer- man. Hie card! uncorked his powerful overhand right repeatedly in an effort to score a knockout hut Zimmerman weathered the barrage of leather and was still trading pun- ches at the final gong. One of the best mitt performances seen here in some time saw S/2C Billy Anderson, USN, of Irontown, 0., and Pvt. Hardy Mon tooth, light- heavyweight king of the IBC,mix it up for three fast exhibition rounds. Two IKO's marked the card. Th.e first saw LAC Tom Young and LAC Paddy Al- lerly, both of the RAF, put on a windmill exhi- bition until Young tir- ed in the third, giving Riccardi Takes Andrews Fieldhouse Ring Slugfest PFC. ANDY RICCARDI, CHESTER, PA., SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDED HIS IBC HEAVYWEIGHT CROWN LAST SATURDAY HIGH! IK THE RING OF THE ANDREWS FIELDHOUSE WHEN HE PUNCHED OUT A THREE-ROUND DECISION OVER PVT EARL ZIMMERMAN, WOODSTOCK, ILL., IN THE MAIN AT- TRACTION OF THE BOXING AND WRESTLING SHOW. The verdict was Ric- r^l&ty the decision. In another RAF fight, LAC Ray Overmass won a two-round TKO from LAC Joe Strain when Strain was unable to continue. LAC Roger Pelletier of the RCAF flattened LAC Paul Landry, alBO of the RCAF,with a body- press to take the only vrestling battle on the card,_______________ Bowling Finals Start Monday Ten outfits will com- pete in the playoffs of the Reykjavik division of the IBC bowling lea- gues which will open on Monday night, October 30, on the main ARC al- leys. Champions of the five circuits and the second place teams have been picked to roll for the Reykjavik title. By b$t§otc&m9aMMie. ¦ ' ~ ———^~—¦¦• — — _________—----------------------2 We have a limited number of Temple University football schedules which can be had by dropping us a line....In response to all those telephone calls - Tulane won "that Rice game, 21-0...If the radio isn't goofing off, you ought to bring in the Army-Duke, Illinois-Notre Dame tilts today. Since we pounded out those snorts stories a few changes have teen made......Washington was dumped from the grid undefeated by Sou- thern Cal Monday, 38-7; and the MP Mustangs gave Navy its first setback in IBC hoop war- fare Yfednesday night, 55-45. Pvt. George (CUR.HERQ) Metsopulos,Newark,N.J., who holds the individual IBC bowling marks,broke his own single game record Monday night when he rolled 199 in his final game....All in all, Navy had a bad week... .Their gold braids also suffer- ed their first loss - to the Lob-Stars, 38-20. Don't worry too much boys - things remain sane back in the States....A Harvard U. prof advocates a woman for U.S. president.....And Yale has a course on How Hot To Drink... .Es- sence of the course is "Don't Drink.n... .And baby food is off the ration list. Don't be surprised if you see Joe DiMaggio in a Yankee uniform next summer - and we don't mean ¦GI....He's back in the States and may receive a medical discharge... .When the St.Louie Cardinals won the «44 World Series their winning cuts were. smaller than those of '43 when they lost. Irish, Georgia Tech, Buckeyes Score Triumphs Washington out on the Coast; Army and Penn in the EaBt; Georgia Tech and Wake Forest in the South; and Ohio State and Notre Dame out West emerged from the foot- ball wars last weekend as the only major unde- feated and untied coll- ege teams in the land. One of the big upsets of the season saw Ohio State lace Great Lakes,' 26-6. Army laid down a 76-0 barrage to defeat Coast Guard Academy; Georgia Tech squuezed past pow- erful Navy, 17-15, on a last period field goal; Wake Forest beat North Carolina State,21-7;and Notre Dame gave Wiscon- sin a 28-13 licking. Washington and Penn- sylvania enjoyed a day of rest. RESULTS Texas 19, Arkansas 0 Alabama 0, Tennessee 0 Illinois 39, Pitt 5 Penn State 6, Colgate 0 Brown 24, Holy Cross24 Indiana 14, -«orthwes. 7 Purdue 26, Iowa 7 Cornell 13, Sampson N.6 Lafayette 44, Lehigh 0 Syracuse 7, Temple 7 tulane 16, Auburn 3 Miss. S. 13, Louis.S. 6 Rice 21, So.MethodistlO Tex. Ch. 13, Tex.A&M 7 Tulsa 47, Mississippi 0 Kansas 20, Nebraska 0 No.Car.Pre.3,Geo.Pre. 0 Kentucky 26, VMI 2 Boston C.42, NYU 13 Villanova 7, Mualenb. 0 Clemson 20,So. Car. 13 Oklahoma A&M 33,Denv.21 Oklahoma 68, Kansas S.O Packers Stretch Streak To Five The Green Bay Packers ran their win streak to five straight when they licked Cleveland,30-21, in a National grid pro tilt last Sunday. In the other tussles, Washington defeated the Brooklyn Tigers, 17-14; the Philadelphia Eagles raked Boston, 38-0; the Chicago Bears were held to a 21-21 tie by the Detroit Lions; and the New York Giants whipped the Pittsburgh—Chicago combine, 23-0. Pvt. Earl Zi:rmerman scores with a right cross in his bout with Pfc. Andy Riccardi last Satur- day night at the Fieldhouse. Using that cocked right, Riccardi went on to take a decision. Leg in foreground belongs to Referee It. Col. Lee F. Gilstrap. SIGNAL CORPS PHOTO Navy, Mustangs, Fess Maintain Clean Records Eight teams boast' un- defeated court marks in IBC cage competition. Fess (6-0),Navy (5-0) and Mustangs (5-0) have chaste records in the Reykjavik area loop. In the other leagues, the Beavers (4-0), the Rosebuds (3-0) and the Blockbusters (2-0) lead A; the Prop Dodgers top B with 4-0;and in C the 3ears (6-0) are ahead. RESULTS Grizzlies 28,T.Bolts 20 P.Dodgers 58,Rangers 31 Bears 62, Comets 9 Ro sebuds,40,Crusaders33 P.Dodgers,44,T.Bolts 11 Raiders 44, Hustlers 19 B.Busters,55,Wildcats37 P. Feet 37,D.Wondersl8 Electrons 59,W.Shirts26 Hornets 37, Hustlers 25 Bears 50, Raiders 19 Fess 65, S. Birds 34 Trojans 35, Rangers 23 Mustangs 68, Medics 21 Snafus 2, King Bees 0, Comaandos 51,Y.Club 32 Navy 46, Ack-Acks 31* S.Birds 43, Hounds 35 Panthers 50,Wildcats 39 Coanandos 31,Orioles 29 RED CROSS ANNOUNCES BADMINTON TOURNAMENT. The ARC has releas- ed plans for an open badminton tournament which will be held at its various clubs on the island. Entries can be fil- ed at any of the Red Cross Centers before November 7. After he pushed LAC Roger Pelletier,RCAF, out of the ring during their wrestling match Satur- day night, LAC Paul Landry, RCAF, kicked Pelle- tier to the floor. Pelletier climbed back into the ring, however, to pin Landry and win. Pull- ing Landry is Referee LAC George Guimond, RCAF.

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