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December 14, 1954

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It THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS Sanduikr, 0., TuM., B»e. 14, 1154 Indians' Hurling Being Top Corps Credited Staff In History Cri«-eo Dartball STANDINGS C HICAGO, Dec. 14 (UP)-, the Cleveland Indians' pitching staff was credited Officially t6day with being the most effective in Ameri -I Can League history. Official figures revealed that Manager Al Lopez's staff had compiled a 2.78 earned run average— « figure more glittering even than those compiled in the dead hall tra. Earned run averages hecame part of baseball's official statistics in 1913 when Walter Johnson led with a 1.14 mark. No Cleveland pitcher approached that figure this year —but that only made the 10- man staff effort more impressive. No fewer than six Cleveland pitchers had earned run averages below three a game and only Bob Hooper, who pitched in just 35 innings, was over 3.50. Mike Garcia, the youngest, and Strongest of Cleveland's "big three," made off with the individual title among pitchers w h o worked in at least 154 innings by compiling a 2.64 ERA Garcia, who had a 19-8 won and lost record yielded only 76 earned runs in 259 Innings. Sandy Consuesra. right- handed curveballer of the Chicago White Sox, ranked second with a 2.69 mark closely fol- % lowed by the other two members of the Indians' "big three," Bob Lemon and Early Wynn. Lemon, who tied Bob Feller's club record by becoming a 20- game winner for the fifth time in his career, while Wynn, w h o pitched the pennant-clincher, each had a 2.72 ERA to tie for third place. Their pair also tied for the -Lemon carving a Wynn a 23-11 most victories 23-7 record and mark. Joining the "Big Three" with brilliant earned run averages were Don Moss I, who had a 1.94 figure in 93 innings; Ray Narleski. who had a 2.22 mark in 89 innings and veteran Hal NewhouHer. who had a 2.49 average in 47 innings. Other Cleveland ERA's Included Dave Hosklns' 3.00, Bob Feller's 3.09, Art Houttcfnan's 3.35 and Hooper's 4.89. Consuegra's 16-3 record earned him a league leading ,842 percent­ age, while Wynn pitched the most innings 271 and Garcia and Virgil Trucks of the White Sox turned in five shutouts each for leadership in that department, llookle Bob Grim of the Yankees had a, 20-6 record to become the league's only other 20 -game winner. Teams ' Won Lost Ave. S 791 Mel's Cafe' ... 1« 8 est? Triangle '. 10 9H3 Triangle '. .... 13 11 541 It 541 Blades .... 10 14 416 Dew Drop .... 10 14 ytlfl IS 375 15 375 Country Lane* . . 8 18 333 Schedule Dec. 16- IT. Auto Club vs. Dew Drop. Thursday. Country Lanes vs. Blade's, Thursday. \'el's Cafe vs. l.A.B. Club, Friday. casino vs.' Melody Inn, Friday. Triangle vs. Venlfce. Friday. There will he a manager's meeting at Venice Wednesday, Dec. 15. Barr Rubber rolled 2902 last night at. Bogert's in the Merchants League without handicap or the aid of 600 series, which should be some sort of a record. T.A-DY AIX STARS LEAGUE Esther Lee . Forfeit McVeltn Builders B38 773 782 (Slate Alleys) STATE REC. LEAOt'E Old Dutch Beer 902 1000 880 Weber's Clothing 847 870 782 Annex Bar flb6~fU8~067 I. A. B. Club . . 875 864 882 Clover Leaf Dairy .. A. Corso Sons Florists . 096 943 936 901 1078 914 Mark's Market Stroh's Beer . . .... 859 891 950 ... 836 861 848 Slate Theater 77 ."~~8bT895 814 Seven Mile House 850 829 898 John Dee 661 (high series), 254 (high singlesi. Volleyball leep Erin Brew 837 879 865 Hill's Supply Co 855 841 839 Renwand's Carry Out Garner's Sanitation Happy's Lunch 858 834 938 Byington Contractors .. 815 771 911 Dan Hnrtung 595 (high series), A. Todaro 255 (high singles). HOUSE LEAGUE Cameo Dining Room ... 877 919 792 Esmond Dairy 892 778 853 Cameo Dining Room . . . 795 745 829 Cronin's Bar 919 939 946 With but two weeks remaining in the first half, Stroh's fine volleyball team took a commanding lead with a three-game sweep over the hot Hoenshel team. Gundlach and Steinemann were the stars in this contest. In a hot series between two old rivals, Waldock and Brohl & Appell, the plumbers took three from the packers. It was the old pro Geisert and the steady Jack Reynold who highlighted this contest Philco, who seems to be getting better with each passing week took one game from the strong Cameo team but lost the last two. The hard spiking Bob Fafner and Tom LaRose were the standouts in this contest. Jack Hagaman was at his best but still his YMCA team was no match for Lou Koloze and the Jaycees as the Jaycees took three. Jerson was spiking well as Barone 's swept Hinde & Dauch iniRertsch Funeral Home . three close games. Harple playedlS ommcmiU Pnnt,,1B well for the box makers. ACME LEAGUE Barco Electronic . 850 863 833 Lighthouse Bar 845 800 782 .Tasiove Manuel "Furs 677 805 732 Barbers 680 740 660 Nickel's Sohio 726 817 697 Bnai Brith 733 853 794 ATuTnTrTum Mag 675 722 716 Goebel Beer 797 762 741 Red Marshall 633 (high series), 244 (high singles). PERIODICAL LADIES' LE GUE Ledgers 378 359 374 Subscriptions 420 404 441 Billing 424 432 42 Tvpists ' 386 427 463 Margaret Schenk 373 (high series) Margaret Hoffman 145 (high singles) (Bogert Alleys) MERCHANTS LEAGUE Barr Rubber 803 1086 1013 Kun's Sunoco Service . 872 869 838 Annex Bar Old Dutch Beer Loth's Cafe Sloane Grill 848 773 7r,«6 678 792 744 ~859~830 765 784 841 813 Home Service . 818 756 747 four Winds •. . 80O 766 786 Zoellner Plumbing ..7.. 639 664 703 G W. Didion Bros 692 726 719 Verna Szendery 559 (high series) Delia Ruh 237 (high singles Bee's Restaurant 857 831 830 Pfanner's Dry Cleaning 814 884 896 746 710 727 719 855 725 Foley Barbers Borchardt Truckers 777 923 993 921 923 895 Stroh's Beer 861 818 877 Farrell-Cheek Steel Co. 866 874 876 Esmond Dairy Register-Star-News 757 734 811 863 814 797 Reutler Insurors 696 881 864 Frankeltis . . 889 753 837 F. Dcrn" "98 (high series), 245 (high singles). T. M. LEAGUE ~ i!30 575 582 599 526 578 608 616 g pn fi-.i ni7 w. o Amburni C&W. Builders (Bonnie Lanes) MILLER'S HIGH LIFE LEAGUE 788 806 803 Kist Beverages 734 835 745 Ford Tractors .... 833 782 836 742 770 729 Miller Hi Lifers .. 789 739 855 732 808 829 Fulton St. Food Center . 775 918 809 Ebner Welding 760 835 801 Clyde Mills 593 (high series;, 222 (high singles). NEW DEPT. (NlRhl Shift) LEAGUE Tool Grinders 727 758 708 703 780 727 Buckeyes 869 905 847 777 771 759 800 873 860 832 818 939 Nite Hawks 770 780 795 803 930 747 769 698 726 700 787 699 852 772 791 Gages 773 748 749 Skip Skinner 609 (high series), 245 ihigh Singles). (Ladies) C. Stehle 449 (high aeries) 160 (high singles). (Huron Alleys) LADY KEGLERS LEAGUE Gerber's Funeral Home . 831 829 756 752 VanOehl Orchards 793 680 710 688 738 777 Anchor Chevrolet .. 612 666 733 674 654 643 Meyer's Contractors .... Vermilion Dari Bar ... 643 702 697 811 715 704 McCormick Insurance . 658 681 710 676 712 725 Lakeside Beauty Shoppe 735 684 E. Tokar 507 (high series), Johansen 211 (high singles). 663 679 C. LAKE SHORE LEAGUE ^lonnett's Poultry 787 825 Senger Real Estate 763 862 877 805 -hemi-Trol Thomas Grocery 768 738 776 786 686 824 Aland's Cafe Sharpnacks .... 787 793 767 775 794 905 Sender's Tavern Meyer's Delicatessen . . . 805 773 889 790 855 818 St. Peters 881 828 759 906 R. Hart Bean's TV 703 T. Tata 23-2 (high singles), 575 (high series). 881 828 759 906 R. Hart Deny KC A's Will Trade With Yonks KANSAS CITY, Dec. 14 (INS)— Parke Carroll, business manager of the Kansas City Athletics, has denied that the A's virtually have negotiated a big player trade with the New York Yankees. A report had the A's ready to trade pitcher Arnie Portocarrero and third baseman Jim Finigan for the Yanks' Hank Bauer, Bob Cerv, Gil McDougald and Eddie Robinson. Carroll declared Monday: "We have never discussed trade with the Yankees ... I know that if we trade Portocarrero we will have to get some pitching in return. We wouldn't trade Jim Finigan for 50 minor league play ers." K. OF C. LEAGUE Wally's Food Town 846 838 827 Simon & Herzog 739 779 760 Smith Motor . 728 907 845 Voltz Furnace 814 758 846 Erin Brew 760 742 827 Bonnie Lane 878 868 794 Gossoff's Floor Covering 877 833 8ST Ehrnsberger's 811 699 830 Elite Cleaners 750 876 730~ Stroh's Beer 770 829 846 Knupke Train Service . 762 808 767 Opfer Excavating 813 821 781 Sam's Barbers 729 880 872 Karl's Tile 761 791 72« B. Walland 577 (high series), R. Planner 226 (high singles). Big Ten TV Schedule Set Eleven basketball game s featuring Big Ten teams, including three involving Ohio State, Iowa and NoHtrjwe.stern, will be televised by the Columbia Broadcasting System (WXEL-Ch. 8) this winter. The 11-game series started Saturday, and those who watched Indiana come back to nip Notre Dame will probably be back for more. The Ohio State date s are Jan. 1 with Illinois and Jan. 29 with Northwestern, both at Colum- bu.s, and March 5 (tentative) at Indiana. Other games on the teevee schedule ar e Dec. 18, Tulane at Northwestern: Jan. 8. Wisconsin at Michigan State: Jan. 22, Iowa at Northwestern: Feb. 5, Purdue at Iowa; Feb. 12, Illinois at Minnesota-; Feb. 19, Minnesota at Michigan, and Feb. 26, Michigan at Iowa. LANES LEAGUE Hilda's Diner 696 814 793 Bertsch Jewelers 729 670 693 Coca-Cola 678 789 722 MeGill's Texaco 746 830 701 McVetta Builders . , Lenny's Red Gables 819 6\3 799 777 763 794 Boot's Cafe 766 792 794 Norwalk Truck 665 888 797 Bud Muehlfield 569 (high series), Frank Ostheimer 229 (high singles). MIXED COUPLES LEAGUE Team i\o. 3 519 528 490 Team No. 6 581 589 538 Buddie Muratori finally received Tally Ho 572 623 615 Team No. ei'i'l'c . 1 .L .'"earn No. 7 551 590 509 2 566 542 587 Schnurr Tires recognition for his fine floor play';^ ooseUes as Canalos took the series from' .New Departure two out of ^00.^°^- •; Charlie Stanley was a standout ior j 1 POnn 4 02 N. D. 554 593 589 "cam No. 8 593 524 508 516.603 599 /earn No. 4 501 632 583 liU-l li.ia \>.il ... 609 654 672 (high series) 177 lihigh singles). Team No. 1 471 612 559 Team No. 5 490 548 53-4 1 Men 1 P. Ambos 560 (high series). S. Hutlon 192 (high singles). KB TV Cagers Blasted TOLEDO, Dec. 14 (INS)—Louisville University's powerful Cardinals racked up their sixth straight victory Monday night by crushing Toledo University, 81-67. NEW YORK—Kenny Lane, 136V,. Muskegon, Mich., outpointed T)anny Jo Perez, 13914, New York (10). .. Baffle Shapes Up On Feafher Crown BOSTON, Dee. .14 (UP) — A battle over the featherweight title of Sandy Sgddler shaped up today between the National Boxing Association and the New York Boxing Commission. Henry Lamar, executive secretary of the NBA, announced Monday night the group has "withdrawn recognition" of Saddler as the champion because of his failure to defend the title. The long-awaited announcement signaled a "split" championship in the light of the New York Boxing Commission's previous insistence it would continue to recognize Saddler as the featherweight champ. Browns, Eagles Eoeh Land 7 On Pro Bowl Squad LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14 (UP)— The Cleveland Browns and the Philadelphia Eagles each landed seven men toda? on the v Eastern Conference team for the fifth an nual Pro Bowl game here Jan. 16. Managing Director Paul Schiss ler announced ttre Eastern players on behalf of the sponsoring Los Angeles Newspaper Publishers As sociation which stages the game fpr charity. ' The Eastern team will be coach ed by Jim Trimble of the Eagles and he announced today that be had selected Eagle end coach Charles Gauer to be his assistant coach. Buck Shaw, formerly of San Francisco* will coach the Western All-Stars, who will be an nounced later in the week. The teams will start practice Jan. 8. With the Browns and ,' Eagles supplying nearly half the 20-man squad, the New York Giants came up with six players while the Steel- ers, Cardinals and Redskins provided three each. The players: ' Ends—Pete Pihos. Eagles; Dante Lavelli, Browns Norman Willey, Eagles; Len Ford, Browns; Hugh Taylor, Redskins. Tackles—Lou Groza. Browns: Ken Snyder, Eagles; Ray Krouse, Giants; Don Colo, Browns'; Jerry Groom, Cardinals. Guards—Bill Austin. Giants; Frank Kilroy, Eagles; Dale Dodrill, Steelers; Abe Gibron, Browns. Centers—Frank Gatski, Browns; Chuck Bednnrik, Eagles. Quarterbacks — Otto Graham, Browns, Adrian Buuk, Eagles. Halfback*—Ollle Mntson, Cardinals; Kyle Rote, Giants; Paul Chmeron, Steelers; Emlen Tunnel, Glante; Wayne Robinson, Eagles,- John Latt- ner, Steelers; Tom Landry, Giants; Dlek Lane, cardinals; Billy Wells, Redskins; Deck Alban, Redskins. Fullback—Eddie Price, Giants. Dayton Facet Test DAYTON, O.. Dec. 14 (UP) — Unbeaten Dayton collides with the high-Scoring Louisville Cardinals here Wednesday in a basketball game which, in the past, has been won or lost in the final three minutes or an overtime period. Peret Loses On Split NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (INSt —' Southpaw Kenny Lane of MuslMSj gon, Mich., won a split decision over Danny Jo Perez of New York 'n the featured lightweight? Un­ round bout at Eastern Parkway Arena Monday night. ' Garcia Punches Out TKO Victory NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (INS) — Los Angeles featherweight Rudy Garcia punched his way to a six round technical knockout victory over Gene Smith of Washington, D. C, Monday night at St. Nicholas Arena. t Referee Harry Ebbets halted the scheduled ten-round bout at 11 seconds of the sixth to prevent Smith from absorbing further punish ment. USC Polishing Up LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14 (UP)— The Southern California Trojans concentrated on defense today in the second of 16 scheduled workouts for the New Year's Day Rose Bowl collision with the Big Ten Champion Ohio State Buckeyes. 'Hop' Gains Honor CLEVELAND, Dec. 14 (INS) Howard (Hopalong) Cassady, Ohio State's unanimous ail-American halfback, has been named "Player of the Year" by the Cleveland Touchdown Club. Olson Rules. 3-1 Pick Wednesday SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 14 (INS)—Carl (Bobo) Olson ruled a 3 to 1 favorite today on the eve of his middleweight title defense against Pierre Langlois at the San Francisco Cow Palace. But the odds apparently were having no effect on the advance ticket sale which promoter Benny Ford said continues "above expectations." Olson and the French challenger wound up training with their handlers satisfied each is in top shape for the 15-round title go that will be televised nationally. 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