THE NEW CANADIAN
Saturday, Dec. 3, 1949
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An Independent ]apanese-Englisb Organ. Published on Wednesday and Saturday of each week as a medium of expression and news outlet among those of Japanese origin in Canada 479 Queen St. W. � PLaza $005 � Toronto* Ont.
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Danforth Blanks Flyers, Brawls A Feature As Homestead Ties Variety In Puck Openers
The TNHL opened their third* -������
Danforth Cleaners Danforth fonvard, Tom Matsu-
inoto, drew the first penalty <& the season but the over-eager Flyers couldn't consolidate their attack enough to punch home the rubber. Jim Nasu 'who sparkled for the Cleanermen, fired one at Ronnie Tsuji who partially smothered it only to have Mas Kuroda flick it into the net.
In the second half, goal-hungry Flyers kept up the pace but the break for Danforth's second goal came when Joe sank the rubber assisted by brother Tom while Flyers' Roy Kobayashi was penalized. Watanabe made 15
blanked the new league entry, Nisei Flyers, 2-0, anil in the second game, -Variety drill formerly Rovers and Homestead Restaurants battled to a '�>>-''> tie. Defending champs, .St. FX/ having lost their star kid line to the Flyers, ' threw in the .sponge .'with their , remaining players moving over' to the Homesto.-ulers.
From the 7-team set up from last season, the league has been pared--down- to four teams. According to ;pre-season selection, Variety GriU tops the list, as, in addition to -Maw Mori tfnd Hiro '.Kawaguchi of. the Bums and Ken Adaehi and A. Kuwaliara of TNT. they have acquired lehi Noguehi as manager. The railbirds left �second slot to Homesteads � who have a complete line and two rearguards, from St. FX. The dopesters are wary to call Flyers although this is* their second season as a unit, last year. as a midget entry in the THL and this season as a juvenile. The Cleam ermen arc considered the underdogs but with Jim and Bert Nasu, and Mas Kuroda, they may surprise. �'
Hob Ohashi and Buzz Ogaki as referee and linesman, officially got the season under .way at 1:45 a.im oil. Nov. 2oY Even at this late hour a few fans were seen.
The Cleanermen and Flyers got off to a ragged start, the game being marred by poor passing.
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Homestead and Variety dished up a different game with seven penalties handed out.. Individual badman was Grill defenseman Terry Hatanaka who got six minutes on three penalties. Ex-KX men, Dan Hashimoto and Tosh and Charlie Sakura, registered their first points of the' season with Tosh planking the disc behind Goto;
As the teams checked ruggedly, it wasn't long before the players 1 angled. Grill man Ken Ariachi �.nd Key Tanaka were thumbed off for fisticuffs, Then the Variety attack slipped into high gear as they clicked for. two quick tallies with .-Rich Miyasaki tying- the game up assisted by Yuki Kameoka and Aki Kuwaha-ra. A few minutes later, Maw Mori scored on a high shot from 30 feet out.
� Variety Grill seemed well on their way to an overwhelming victory when Mori laid a pass to Mas Kawaguchi who gave them 'a -3-1. lead. The Grillmen poured rubber at every turn but Fuji-, moto handled 12 straight chances without a miscue. Terry Hatanaka almost started the game .mto.". a free-for-all when he and Sakura exchanged punches- and other players milled around. Hatanaka again and Sat Kinoshita were penalized for fighting a- few minutes later. -
j Trailing by two goals, Man-: age-'r Mas Xakao yanked the goalie for an extra man and this strategy paid off as Bob Maeda beat Goto to make it 3-2. With seconds remaining. Tosh Sakura sored the. tying .goal with Crocker Xishimura and brother C:-arlie assisting. Fujimotq :--rr.cd aside 24 shots while Goto had 11 to handle.
Mas Endo Rolls 710, Sets Lakehead Mark
FORT WILLIAM, Ont. � Team captain of No-Names, Mas Endo, broke Harry Tateishi's former high triple mark of 691 with a 710-263 effort in the Lakehead Bowling League on Nov. 27.
Occupying the bottom rung three weeks ago, Hot-Shots climbed to fifth position and one of the reasons for their upward drive is the steady bowling of Tdmniy Iwamoto who got 629-252. Kiyo Hiraoka of Dreamers hit the second highest triple of the night/with 657-247. Dreamers' Johnny Umakoshi and Dick Mitsunaga with .266* and 261 respectively were the high single bowlers.
King Pins still hold third spot with Sue Mitsunaga bowling 551-224. Next best was Angie Ichii-kawa of Hot-Shots 427-173.
Up to now in league play, Harry Tateishi 315 and Rosa Baba 267 are the record setters for high singles in mens and ladies divisions. * Mas Endo 710 and Sue Mitsunaga 598 set the high triple marks.
Toronto JCCA Dance
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ACCENTS ON SPORTS
Some interesting sports items from the U.S. side.
The other night, down in Bakersfield, Calif., a squad uf \2 police officers an$wered a riot call at the local wrestling -.emporium when the mat fans were incensed at the ring antics of the -Great Togo. That's the Way to pack them in.
The fans were riled when the dirty Togo threw Danny Mohair.
out of the ring and struck him when he tried to climb back iii.
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The Hiura's of Watsonville, Calif., are quite the boys with,tii marbles. In 1947, Clarence Hiura was the marble champion of the city. In 1948, his brother Daniel, succeeded to the crown.
Now, another member of the same family, young Paul, who only 12, has taken after his older brothers and was recently declared the city champ.
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Over in the islands, the Nisei Athletics of the Hawaiian Base, ball League recently won an exhibition game: from the league champions, the Honolulu Braves, 10-3. The lihe-up for the Niseis went like this: -
Muramoto rf; Wasa 2b; Kashiwaeda 3b; DiMaggio, cf; Recca lb; Hirota c; Mori If; Yuuki ss; Page, p. That's right, Joe DiMaggio and Jos. Page, two prominent members of the 1949 World Champions, the New York Yankees, were: in Hawaii" after the World Series, where they took part in exhibition games.
On this occasion they lined up with the Nisei team. '���" DiMaggio hit two home-runs to help the Niseis/but he \vai matched by outfielder Jun Muramoto- who also .knocked a pair over the fence.
Shigeru Takahashi of French Camps, Calif., is the only Niso; licenced fight manager in the W. S. mainland, has a promising featherweight, Johnny Efhan, ufder his Wing. He has won. his first six fights in Califo^ii%^Tive by knockouts, with Takahashi in his corner.
. Efhan was recently offered the main fight in Los Angeles.
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. By an ovei-wheiming vote, the Boeing Bowling association, of. Seattle defied the American Bowling Congress and amended H? constitution, in order that, the Nisei team could play in their league By so doing, the association is risking its membership in the ABC
New Year's Eve Dance
The St. F, X. Club invites all to welcome the New Year at their Dance of the' Year at St. Michael's Hall, Bond and Shuter Sts.j Toronto, on the eve of the year 1950.
Fun galore in a happy. New Year's atmosphere will be enjoyed. Come dressed as you like as dress is optional but wear a cheerful face, to usher the old year, out. There will be valuable prizes and the exclusive feature will be a Richard Hudnut Lip-�tick for every lady in attendance.
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