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GREENVILLE, PA., MONDAY, MARCH 20,1950 THE RECORD.ARGUS PAGE NINE CCHY-BRAOLEY MAY VIE IN NCAA Braves Eye District 7 Bid in Playoff. New York, March 20 — OF) — Stopped once by upstart CCNY. Bradley's unconvinced 'Braves start a comeback tonight that could lead to A rematch in the NCAA championship game. The Bradley basketball aces lost to City College of New York rampaging sophomores In the National Invitation tournament title contest Saturday night. City College upset the top-seeded Braves, 69-61, to cap a sensational surge from the ranks of the unseeded. But the Braves from Peoria, 111., still are in the running for another national crown, the NCAA, as is CCNY. The NIT and NCAA tourneys are considered about on a par and each winner is considered a national champion. Bradley will meet Kansas City tonight for the District 5 bid to the Western National Collegiate Athletic Association playoffs. If the Braves get by the Big Seven co-champs, they Join UCLA, Brigham Young and Baylor in the Westerns, also at Kansas City, Friday and Saturday. The winner of the Western eliminations—which could be Bradley— plays the Eastern winner—which could be CCNY—for the NCAA championship here March 28. City College, Ohio State, Holy Cross and North Carolina State'battle here in the Easterns Thursday and Saturday. The winner of tonight's Bradley- J. A. CARKINtiKH KUWB Optoattritl _ 113 Main St. TtL 114 B •. m., 1 p. m. - 5 p. m. Wednndv P. M. and Enrnlni Appointment* Kansas cgame and UCLA are the favorites in the Western NCAA eliminations. There's no outstanding choice in the Easterns. Take your pick of Ohio State, CCNY or Holy Cross, with N. C. State the darkhourse. 9 COUNTY CA6ERS GET HONORABLE MENTION Nine Mercer County scholastic cagers were given honorable mention on the 1949-50 All-Northwestern Pennsylvania basketball teajn, it was announced today by NWSWA. There were no county athletes named to any of the first three quintets. The nine cagcrs included Jim Pierotti, St. Michael's Holly Hilson, and Dale Redfoot, Mercer; Charley Craig, Fredonia, Joe De- llse and Julius McCoy, Farrell; Bob Seem and I3ob Stainbrook, Hickory, and Charles Ellison, Sharpsvillc. Selected to the first team were Clarence Burch, Oil City, Bud Daly, Kane, Lou Kraft, Oil. City, Tom Keane, Bradford and Harry Wray, DuBois. Second team — Snm Williams, Erie Strong Vincent, Othal Jenkins, Meadville, Bob Simpson, Warren, Don Po- lagyi, Eri2 Tech, and Merle Dibble, Tltusville. Third team—Jim Blaney, Oil City, Ed Ruland, West Springfield, Jack HepJer, Brookville, Ed Bosnick, St. Mary's Central Catholic and Bill McClimans, Rocky Grove. There were 60 cagers mentioned in the balloting among the 13 Northwestern Pennsylvania daily newspapers that comprise the Northwest Pennsylvania Sports Writers Association. Name Coach at Johns Hopkins Baltimore—Charles H. Guy, assistant at Virginia, was named coach at Johns Hopkins. SPORTS CALENDAR MONDAY Rrcrnuion Ont*r Eon ling F.Iks Duckpln I/titgue (7-9 p. m.) Moose Tenptn t,i>»(ii« (8-11 p. m.) Greenville Booster Club meeting at Recreational Cent«r at 8 p. m. PIAA Western RrrtoMl Ctow <-' linn) Tredonla (Dlst 10) vs. Southniont (Ulst «) Kt Indiana Slnto Teachers College. 8 p. m. Community Hnsketbnll I*iticne WHO Sky vs. Moose (7:30 p. in.) VPW vs. Corner Pharmacy (8:;iOp. m.) TUESDAY * Rcvrrnlliiii Center IVmllBit Knights of Columbus Duckpln J-.e«euo (7-!> p. m.) Auto Dealer's Tenpln League(0-1! p. in.) WKDMCSMAV Kccrcatinn I'pnttV llonllng ChlcnKO Brldce & Iron Duckpln League U.:I.V1I p. in.) THURSDAY lfrrreaf!(>n Center lUmlinc Hocord-ArRiis Duckpln League (6:15-11 p. m.) ConmnmHy ItaAkrtball t.eaguo Nnv Hamburg vs. Moose (7:30 p. in.) lllue Shy vs. Knlehis of Columbus (8:3(1 p. m.) FRIDAY Itrrrojillon Center Him line ne»penter Diiirhpln I.eauue !"•!> p. in.) Independent Tenpln League (0-11 p. m.) BARONS, BISONS OPEN AHL PLAYOFFS MAR. 22 The l*v The AssoefatrtI ITe.ss Cleveland Barons todav ruled a solid favorite to capture the American Hockey League playoffs. ' The Barons, winners of the Western Division, will tangle with the Eastern kingpin, Buffalo, in a best-of-seven series starting Wednesday at Cleveland. Tomorrow night's schedule sends Providence to Springfield in the Eastern Division "B" series—a best-of-three set. In the Western Section "B" series—also a best-of- thrcc set—Indianapolis will travel to St. Louis. In last night's action—the last of the regular season—Indianapolis trounced New. Haven, 13-1; Providence whipped Buffalo, 10-4; and Cincinnati shaded Pittsburgh 4-3. 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PENN STATE APPOINTS GOLF, BOXING COACHES State College, Pa., March 20— (jp) —Penn State has new coaches today for boxing and golf, but still is in the market for a football coach. The 13-member Athletic Advisory Bc/ard picked two Penn State alumni, Eddie Sulkowski, of Pitts- burgh, and R. B. Rutherford 1 , Jr., State College, for the boxing and golf posts. .Sulkowski has been act- Ing coach since Leo Houck died in January, and Rutherford will take over April 1 when his father, R. B. (Pop Rutherford, Sr., retires as golf coach. A board spokesman said several applications for the football post were examined at the meeting, but no conclusion was reached. He said the choice probably will not be made for several weeks. SPORTS BRIEFS Ily Tlie AssocUtfd Prpsa Miss Zaliarlas Cops Tourney Augusta, Ga.—Babe DidrU-kson Zahariaa won the women's Titleholders tournament with a meet record score of 208. Advances in Indoor Net Meet New York—Sidney Schwartz of the University of Miami cle-' featcd Jenn Borotra of France to gain the quarter-finals ot the National Indoor tennis tournament. .Named Santa Clara Pilot Santa Clara, Calif.—Dick Gallagher, assistanct coach of the Cleveland Browns, was named head football coach at Santa Clara to succeed Les Casanova, who resigned. Horse Racing Resulls Miami — Chicklc 2nd ($6.00) won the $15,000 Gulfstream Park handicap. San Bruno, Calif. — Worn Out ($10.10) won the Tanforan feature for juveniles. Lemon Stars on Mound But Errors Lose Tilt Fullerton, Calif., March 20 — (IF) —If it's any consolation to Cleveland's Indians, Pitcher Bob Lemon looked wonderful yesterday. He hurled hitless ball to five innings and gave up only two walks. As for the rest of the fiumble- footed Tribesmen -in on the 5-0 pasting handed out by the San Francisco Seals, that's another story. They committed eight errors during the jiine-inning exhibition at San Francisco, handing the Seals four unearned runs as a gift. So Lemon, who struck out tour but yielded two runs on his teammates' errors, got charged with the loss. Mike Garcia, who followed Lemon on the mound, gave up five hits and three runs, but only one was earned. Cleveland will try to do better against Los Angeles here today. ATTENTIOH DAIRYMEN! WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING SURGE ARTICLES IN STOCK: Milk Coolers — Milkers — Wash Tanks — Hot Water Heaters — Surge Washing Powder — Surge Repairs OAKES & MCCLELLAND Cor. Canal & Clinton Sts. Phone 934 "SURE-FIT" SLIPCOVERS fn New Decorator Patterns and Colors CHAIRS SOFAS 1J95 STYLES TO FIT MOST FURNITURE M-MCOIIN HT-KOUND AIM T trcr-row* AIM r HCWUMIP / VV-WINC Nationally advertised "Sure-Fit" Slipcovers in a bright, fresh variety of exquisite cretonnes. Exclusive features like cord welt seams, elastic "lastex yarn" backs, zipper closures and full box pleat skirts, See them tomorrow! L L KECK 6- SON Cor, Main & Race St.. Greenville Phone 83 TRAINING BRIEFS (Continued from Page 8) complained of a sore shoulder yesterday. Manager Burt Shotten ordered it to be looked into immediately. The Dodgers played the Philadelphia Athletics yesterday, losing 8-2. Red Sox Top Yankees, DiMaggio Sidelined Miami, Fin., March 20 — (IP)— The New York Yankees are taking no chances with Joe DiMaggio, their $100,000-a-year piece of brie a brae. The Yankee Clipper sat out his second straight game yesterday as the Boston Red Sox won their second of three exhibition games with the New Yorkers, 10-7. DiMaggio picked up H charley horse against the Dodgers Friday. Rather than aggravate it, he didn't see any regular action although he took part in the warm- up. A's No. 1 Catcher Still Balks Over Salary Terms West Palm Beach, Fla., March 20—•(/[>)—Mike Gucrra, the Philadelphia Athletics No. 1 catcher last year, is up to his old tricks. Gucrra now >s the only absentee from the A'g training camp after the arrival yesterday of Hank Wysc, 32-year-old righthander drafted from Shreveport of the Texas League. Manager Connie Mack issued orders yesterday that Guerra is not to receive a suit until he signs his 1950 contract, Wyse, on the other hand, was given a suit and permitted to work out although he, too, is unsigned Roberts, Heintzelman Cheer Manager Sawyer Clearwater, Fla., March 20 — (IP) —Life took on a brighter hue today for Manager Eddie Sawyer of the Philadelphia Phillies. Downcast over the temporary loss of his nee righthander, Russ Meyer, with an injured elbow, Sawyer's face became wreathed in a smile yesterday UK he watched Robin Roberts and Ken Heintzelman work against the Brooklyn Dodgers. , Roberts was particularly effective in blanking the Dodgers without a hit during his three-inning stint, walking two and striking out one. Heintzelman had more difficulty with his control, walking five, but allowed only two hits and gave up only one run. Red Sox Face Senators, Win 6 of 8 Exhibitons Sarasota, Fla., March' 20 — (IP) — The Boston Red Sox, winners in six of eight Grapefruit League starts, entertain the Washington Senators today at Payne Field. Rookies Jim Suchecke and Jim McDonald are down to face the Nats. The Sockers split a weekend series with the New York Yankees at Miami, losing 15-9 Saturday and winning 10-7 yesterday. Dubious Distinction * Pittsburgh, March 20 — (IF) * * —A Pittsburgh man has the * * somewhat dubious distinction * * of being the first World War * * II veteran to report the loss * * of his state bonus check * * Anselm Kauffer got his * * check during the 'week-end. » * He endorsed it and went to a * * theater, leaving the check in * * his car. * * When he returned, the * * check was missing. And it * * was for $500--the maximum * * paid by the stale. * G. H. S. Senior Is "Thrilled" Over Brief Whirl at Politics BURKE'S 207 PACES JACKSONVILLE OPEN Jacksonville, Fla., March 20— UP) —Jack Burke, still unspoiled by fame, got out front in the Jacksonville golf Open on two straight rounds of 67—five under par. Though he's only 27 years old, Burke is proving on the winter tour he is a great campaigner and he will be hard to beat out for the top $2,000 in today's final round. Burke has 207 after 5i holes, coming back from a shaky opening 73 on the 6,508-yard Hyde Park course. Al Besselink, 25-year-old Detroit pro, hung right in there with 208 on his third round 71 Ed Furgol of Royal Oak, Mich., came into the scene with 67 for 209. THREE QUINTETS WIN STATE SERVICE TITLES Harrisburg, March Beaver Palls, Harrisburg and Stroudsburg today own state basketball championships of three Veterans organizations. Beaver Falls won its third consecutive American Legion State title Saturday night at Carlisle by eliminating Red Lion, 66-58. Beaver Falls turned back Swissvale while Myerstown was defeated by Reel Lion. Harrisburg look the Amvcts juvenile cage title yesterday here by knocking out Philadelphia, 52-41. Philadelphia had eliminated Lehighton. Stroudsburg won the VFW title by defeating Juniata, 57-51, after it had decisloned Frackville, 64-60, in the semi-finals. Gelirman.li Wins Mile Chicago—Wisconsin's Don Gehrmann defeated Fred Wilt by 10 yards to win Bankers mile In 4:00.5. < Everyday low prices— all popular brands SOAP POWDERS 2 boxes I)U/ - OXVDOL - TIDE K1XSO, ETC, SANITARY MARKET COAL INDUSTRY NOT SICK, LOVE DECLARES Pittsburgh. March 20 — OT—The coal industry is not sick, Its lead- Ing spokesman contended today. They're a little bit irked about hearing the industry is in poor condition. The latest statement to that effect, made by President Truman, has been followed by ft bulletin of denial from the National Coal Association. And George H. Love, president of big Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, declares: "Can a sick industry pay the highest industrial wages in the world ($14.75 a day) and produce three to six times as much coal per man-day as foreign countries? "Can a sick Industry spend hundreds of millions of dollars for revolutionary machinery and new equipment during a few short years ? "Finally, can the two parts of a 'sick' industry—labor und management—slug it out for nine months and then turn around and, produce at the rate of 12,000,000 (m) tons of coal per week during the first week of operation?" BASKElBALLSCORES COI.MM1ATK By The, Associated Press 3SM.T. Tourney CCNY 81), Dradley til (championship). St. John's (t)kn) (ill, Duqucsni! U7 (con- solation—uvcrthw). NA1B Tourney Indiana Statn 01. Kast Central Oklahoma r>7 (championship). Missouri Central 80, Tampa 07 (consolation). Cini'lnuutl Touniey Cincinnati Ml, Xovler (Uhlo) '18 (championship). Wllllym and Mary OS, Morris Harvey 00 (consolation). Otlu'r (iuuiptf Ohio Stato 70, Del'aul (>3. North Carolina Stato 8-1, Southern Conference. .Senior All-Stars (II. Holy Cross 80. Kairfleld (Conn) Univ. 43 BUY u.s. SAVINGS"BONDS Acts AT ONCE to relieve (CAUSED BY COLDS) For years thousands of Doctors pro scribed PERTOSSIN, it acts at once not only to relieve coughing due to colds but also 'loosens up' phlegm end makes it easier to raise. pEitrussw Is safe for both old and young.Pleas- ant tasting. Thrilled and impressed with his brief fling at politics, Harlsy Cloud returned Saturday from the model eglslature sessions at Harrisburg, a tired but wiser boy. The Penn High School senior, a Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cloud, West Salem Township, was Greenville's repi-esentative at the make- believe legislature sponsored by .he state Y. M. C. A. and attended by 271 youths. Harley was a member of the house of representatives and was chairman of the commltte on law ind order. As such he presided at the committee meeting Friday norning. In addition to the sessions of the house of representatives, the senate and the various committee •neetings, a highlight of the exper- ment in government was the governor's banquet at which Governor James H. Duff was the speaker. The local Senior Hi-Y member went to Meadville last Wednesday to start the trip to the capital. There he and Meadville students ooarded a special bus which originated at Erie and picked up additional passengers at Franklin. The 40 youths had" their evening meal at Clearfield and stayed overnight at Lewlstown, continuing to Harrlsburg Thursday morning for :he oneninp of the model legislature Thursday afternoon. Following the conclusion of thi meetings late Friday afternoon, the special bus made th« MtfOtt trip with only occasional fcrttf stops for refreshments and r*Uft> atlon, arriving in Meadville i&Ottt 2:30 Saturday morning 1 . '••':, During the sessions a bill proposed by the Hickory High Jk&ml Hi-Y Club and dealing with Ul« pollution of streams In th« «t»te was passed by the model Itottfe of representatives. It wai VfttoM by the boy governor, howevtrVD*- cause of lack of information concerning its enforcement and responsibility for collecting the higher fines set up for violation*. Succeeds Kerr at Lebanon Annville, Pa.—Ralph (Dutch) Rtcker of Dickinson was named football coach at Lebanon Valley, succeeding the designed Andy Kerr. New Discovery FOB SKIN ITCH, No*, «uff«r«n (ran ItetUBC m«T let »elcooi«. (ut relM, doctor'* uniMlontl dliconnr CORA. ThU unulni, new. • cTulSuT rellevM Itchlnt, burning, fnt irtn Irrltfttioiu. Actutllr. l^~_»_»,_ «»>•» yUA mrfmntl .„. TIIKIOIU, i. •m«ttnf!r. lut (No p.- B -< M»ny Buttons report BAN- 1 . tJter rtllef. lonnr tuunt r ter whtt Ou 7«Jlvj W»d, hope—IrT BAN-cnBA AntU Bu» »o<UJ «t MU - —How Important Is This Man's "YES"? SOBIRT DODDS He's the man whose "yes" helped to put an ambitious boy through medical school. Another occasion, Tiis friendly "yes" started a man in business and today that titan's business is a growing, paying proposition. And then there was the time his "yes" enabled a worried family to get from under a stuck of unpaid bills and his friendly advice put that family's budget on a sound, secure basis. This man whose "yes" has brought peace of mind to thousands of people by helping them get a fresh start is the manager of the Tkuonot Finance Co. office in this city. His job is to mafte personal loans, and to keep the transaction* on a business-like basis. His year's of experience with Rumof have taught him to respect the honesty of local people—friends, relatives, or employer are not brought into the picture. Don't borrow unnecessarily. But if a loan—for • month or • year, or longer—is the sensible thing for you (and you're the judge) the YES MAN will appreciate the chance to »«y "y**-" You can telephone, him ... or drop in to see him at th« fbutmat Finance Company office. He say* "yet" to 4 out of S. TNf COMPAMTfl THAT 1IKIS TO IA» VflV FINANCE Oppoiif* P«nn«ylvon!o Power W. STATE ST. (NEAR WATER AVE.), SHARON, M. shoron 3545 • Robert Doddi. YES MANager loam modi M midwilt ol ill mrmwdlnj Inni John A. Calabraet, kiln operator tt Slupttoff Ceramic and Mfg. Co., iMrobt, P* Kiln Operator JOHNNY CALABRACE, an expert kiln operator, specializes in baking tiny clay parts for the vacuum tubes that help speed telephone calls across the'states via modern coaxial cable. Throughout Pennsylvania, there are thousands of people like Johnny... kiln operators and other skilled craftsmen...who help to make the materials and supplies bought by Bell Telephone. Last year alone, Bell Telephone made purchases from 2,000 comp»nie«, large and small, in more than 200 Pennsylvania communities. Any way you look at it, the wo* cessful operation of the tejephooe business means a great deal to. |i great many PennsyJvanUns, boAin and out of the telephone iodmtrf, THE BELL TBLBPHONB COMfANY Of PENNSYLVANIA