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Dec. 27. 1953 30 SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM Battle South ue-Gray Captures Bl Id) Mateljan Cougar Star """ " " Cy L.D TUi !a DUQUESNE IN N.Y. HOLIDAY TOURNEY WIN NEW YORK (UP) Duquesne-, Parker, McHan Lead Rebels fo Fifth Straight Southerners Snare 40-20 Lop-Sided Win Before 19f000 Fans MONTGOMERY (UP) Jackie Parker and Lamar McHan, a pair the tournament favorite, gained the semifinals of the holiday basketball festival at Madison Square Garden Saturday by defeating New of scheming Rebels, turned a mis fired play into a touchdown to send the South rolling to a 40 to 20 victory over the North and its fifth York University, 75-49, after Niagara edged St. John's, 70-69, and Brigham Young beat Manhattan, 75-58. . C straight win in the lop-sided Blue- Gray series before a crowd of 19, 000. New York University made a The Northerners, fired up in the Dixie sunshine, had led through the fight of it in the first half but actually wasn't in a class with the first half and the score was tied at tall Duquesne team, ranked third r ; . ' - Sf '-r' I! , viSf . An i ii nir mm tf ' ' ::..;. , -3.. T gmmm mm i My" r I t'lm J Y : irfifniiPfrli V"' " ! iniliiili Ji ummf'- 20-20 late in the third period when I f S A . A nationally by the United Press Board of Coaches. Parker, the Mississippi State star, PACIFIC HIGH TO AWARD 26 GRID LETTERS By BOB SPECK San Bernardino's Pacific High School, which advanced into the semifinals of the CEF small schools football playofs, will award 26 varsity letters in the early part of January. Because the new school had to order its letters for the first time, a delay in presentation is caused. They, along with various other awards, will be made at the first annual Pacific football banquet and an assembly after the first of the year. Varsity block P letters will be given to Chuck Acevedo, Chuck Anderson, Lester Antinucci, Ronnie Anderson, Kenny Clarence, Ken Claus, Dave Engelman, Wilson Fields, Ron Fosdick, Larry Fosdick, Jack Hall, Pat Lawrence and Dennis McGill. Also Ron Mclntyre, Dale McCor-mick, Jerry Howard, Bob Pomer-enke, Dick Rhodes, Homer Robertson, Dave Roberts, Herb Simms, Steve Reed, John Schulze, Gordon Sloan, Bill White, Ronnie Van Fossan and Roger Hall. COACHES TO AWARD Managers are Tom Christ, Dar-rel Dausman, Frank Starke and Don Watson. Coaches Paul Taylor and John Grenfell will also give junior varsity letters to Charles Brewer, Rudy Banks, Ron Baucom, Carl Crum, Chuck Headington, Chuck Lyddon, Steve Lowder, Alan Maussley, Ron Palmer, Courtland Rounds, Jack Stratford, Jim Sau-ceda. Bob Rogers. Jim Shane, Jack Woodward and Mike Curtis a total of 16. Sixteen of the 26 varsity letter-men will return, although Taylor will be hit fairly hard with the graduation of such players as Antinucci, Lawrence, Howard, Hall, Clarence, McGill and Acevedo. Antinucci served as captain and was elected by the team as the best blocker. During the season at guard he continually led the Buc line. Lawrence, the team's triple threat star, was voted by his teammates as the most valuable player. Although noted for h i s kicking, which got 19-of-22 conver and Arkansas' McHan pulled their Dick Ricketts and Jim Tucker, unscheduled act. Duquesne's 6-7 Mt jumping jacks. Parker, having driven his team down to the Union 15, took a snap and was seemingly trapped for a loss. But he flipped the ball back to McHan, playing left half. The Arkansas traveler fumbled the pitch but picked up the ball and shot a pass into the end zone. A aided by Fletcher Johnson, took care of the rebounds when they weren't scoring. And Si Green, Duquesne's heralded sophomore, was all over the court collecting points and rebounds. St. John's went into a full-court press Aldridge intercepted a pass by Charles Hoxie with a minute to go. After a time out, Lew Scali-ti sank a long shot to make it 70-69. Northern defender deflected the ball right into the arms of Tu- lane's Max McGee for a touchdown. TWO SOUTH SCORES I TOUCHDOWN FOR SOUTH Max McGee of Tulane University, (No. 25 with ball) a back for the Gray team, pushes across for a touchdown in third quarter of the Blue-Gray game in Montgomery, Ala., Saturday. (AP Wirephoto) DAVIS CUP RIVALS Vic Seixas (upper left) and Tony Ld rleming ot Niagara missed a lay-up with 24 seconds remaining and St. John's got the ball but Scaliti's long shot missed and Jim Walsh missed a short one as the game ended. Costello led the scoring with 22 points. Brigham Young picked the hard way to boost its season mark to 8-0. Brigham Young never was Trabert (upper right) hold United States hopes in the Davis Cup Grid S ew Yeeir's potiight n matches which start Monday in Australia. The defending champion Aussies are led by Lew Hoad (lower left) and Ken Rosewall (lower right). Matches begin at 7:15 p.m., PST, Sunday. (AP Wirephoto) The Southerners rolled to two more scores in the final quarter to register their 11th triumph in the 15 outings of the Blue-Gray game between picked squads of Yankee and Dixie stars. Lou Sorrentino, of Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania, was the most potent North star. Passing to end Bob Topp of Michigan, he accounted for most of the North yardage. But the North was held scoreless in the last half. Fullback Jerry Marchand of Louisiana State did the most damage to the Yankee line as Rebel backs gained almost at will in the second half. He set up his side's second r -5 n n iC.cainiOEnr.ca ahead until Dave Lewis, Nick Mateljan and Mac Madsen led a 22-point scoring spree in the third quarter. Manhattan cut the Brigham Young advantage to 58-52 midway U.S., Aussies Rounding out the New Year's NEW YORK IB The heat will be squarely on Maryland's national Day program are the following games: Sun Bowl, El Paso, Tex., Mississippi Southern (9-1) vs Texas in the final period but Madsen, pearance in the Rose Bowl, are favored by six points to whip the Pacific Coast representatives. As usual, the annual Big Ten-PCC classic, is a 100,300 sellout. Rice, winner of all three of its previous bowl games, is a lis football champions New Year s Day when the all-conquering Terrapins face Oklahoma's Big Seven kingpins in the Orange Bowl in touchdown with a 59-yard burst. Western (7-2); Salad Bowl, McGee, who played almost the entire 60 minutes, was high scorer Phoenix, Ariz., Ft. Ord (12-0) vs Miami Great Lakes Navy (7-2); Cigar with three touchdowns. It's one of the top games of the point choice over Alabama which America's Mateljan, Dean Larsen and Sherman Crump then scored 11 straight points. Mateljan led the individual scoring with 21 points and Madsen was runner-up with IS. La Salle rallied to beat St. Louis, 77-63. and in Monday's semi-finals, Duquesne will play Brigham Young an overwhelming favorite to re MELBOURNE lit The North scored first after re nine-game bowl program that day be known ! Davis Cup fate may sions and a 37.0 punting average, he also was a fine running and tain the cup, regardless of the Trabert-Rosewall outcome. Bowl, Tampa, Fla., La Crosse (Wis.) State (9-0). vs Missouri Valley (8-1; and Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, Fla., Arkansas State (8-0-1) by Monday afternoon. boasts a fine 7-3-1 post-season bowl record over the years. The Texans wound up with a No. 6 ranking while Alabama closed out as No. 13. The Cotton Bowl spectacle will covering a dray tumble and Bob Leberman of Syracuse made the tally on this third buck from the Australia, with two experienced doubles teams, is a strong choice 18. CROSS GOES OVER passing halfback. HALL, McGILL SPARK Hall, at quarter, and McGill at fullback provided most of ground punch, while Clarence and Howard teamed with Antinucci on the line. lure 75,504 paying customers. The opening match of the high tension challenge round sends Wimbledon champion Vic Seixas against Australia's power-hitting young ace, Lewis Hoad, and most everybody agrees that next year's residence of the international ten The South countered when Park Georgia Tech's speedy Engineers and Niagara will meet La Salle. The windup between La Salle and St. Louis was one of the best of the four until All-America Toni Gola took charge for the Philadelphia team. Gola, Frank O'Hara vs East Texas State (10-0). EAST-WEST GAME In the game that rates with the best. East meets West in the 29th annual Shrine game at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, Jan. 2. er tossed a 26-yard pass to end are rated the outstanding favorites Acevedo was the best runner but of the day. The Southeastern Con Dreher Gaskin of Clemson to the North 15. Marchand got 8 and was injured most of the time in the tandem event Tuesday and then on Wednesday it's Trabert against Hoad and Seixas against Rosewall. Hoad beat Trabert in-their only meeting in the semifinals of the New South Wales Tournament about a month ago and Rosewall, with his passing shots, has tamed Seixas the last six times they have met. So it's easy to see the importance Parker threw to end Clyde Ben nis trophy probably hinges on the outcome. The second match at Kooyang's The most improved award will go to Charlie Anderson, another nett of South Carolina for the score. before 62,000. A perennial thriller, land Frank Blatcher led a lo-point this year's charity contest matches ;La Salle spurt late in the second which will lure some 414,000 fans to the stadia. Millions more from coast to coast will be able to see and hear the holiday contests in their living rooms because of the extensive radio and television network setups. Did Maryland deserve its No. 1 rating in the Associated Press poll over Notre Dame's unbeaten and once-tied Irish? That's the question 69,839 fans in the Orange Bowl and the millions of radio and TV fans expect to see partially answered in the battle of the No. 1 and No. 4 teams. Maryland will have to win decisively to convince many a doubter. A well-rounded team, which beat Missouri and nine Southern elevens, Maryland is a 62 point The Sorrentino and Topp com ference club has been established as 13 points better than the heavy Mountaineers of West Virginia for the Sugar Bowl tussle. This is West Virginia's first visit to a major bowl and the big boys from the Southern Conference are just burn bine worked down to the South 20 vast 17.500-seat stadium pits razor-sharp U.S. Champion Tony Trabert period to pull within range after St. Louis had built up a 24-13 lead. Gola led with 25 points. Western passing and Eastern running and the East is favored by seven points. on the next drive and Sorrentino tossed a 13 yarder to Jack Cross of Utah who scrambled the rest of against Australia's little all-court wizard, Ken Rosewall. The American is heavily favored. 7:15 ON SUNDAY ing to pull an upset. Georgia Tech of the opening day's matches be the way for a score. is rated 8th and West Virginia 10th. Marchand then was pulled down The Seixas-Hoad match will start Despite Georgia Tech's heavy on his 59 yard jaunt at the north 11 by Ralph Cecere of Villanova the festivities at 1:15 p.m., Monday. (7:15 p.m., PST Sunday). favoritism, there will be plenty of sugar to spread around in New Orleans with 82,000 fans paying but Parker got six and Charley Oakley of Louisiana State bulled The United States pins its hopes favorite over the high scoring, once-beaten, once-tied Oklahomans the ball over. on a beixas victory over iioaa. Seixas has beaten the blond young The North got its final touch fore the largest crowd ever to witness a tennis match. At Saturday's formal draw both Capt. Bill Talbert of the United States and Capt. Harry Hopman of Australia announced they plan to play two-man teams all the way. That is, Seixas and Trabert were nominated for the American doubles and Rosewall and Hoad, who hold most of the world tandem titles, were named to represent Australia. CULLIGAN SOFT WATER 75 DAY TRIAL WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION For Your Protection Insist on Culligan Service or Culligan Home-Owned Water Softeners Any Wafer Softener Serviced or Repaired 195 FOURTH ST. PHONE 81-4416 or 87-4100 down after the whistle had blown senior lineman. The three awards will be made at the banquet. Next year's co-captains, Ron Fosdick, first string tackle, and halfback Van Fossan will "officially" take over the team's reins at the dinner. Gerald Baughman and Chuck Wood, who directed the class B football squad, will give out 26 letters. The lettermen are Howard Bentz, Doug Brown, Jack Brown, Bob Caldwell, Ray Cimino, Larry Clarence, John Detrick, Bill Fac-ka, Rhodell Fields, Larry Grace, "Louis Harris. Gene Horn, Don Helms, Bob Hilty, Leroy Jackson, Lloyd Jenkins and Gene Libbey. Ace Mahoney, Tom Marsh, Bob Norton, Henry Satterfield, Jess Perez, John Poque, Jim Gavitte, Jim Wharry and Ron Waters. Managers are Dick Stoddart, Joe Ray and Harry Myers. Shrine Tilt Set for TV (8-1-1). KICKOFF TIME Starting time for the spectacle is ster six straight times four times this year and only once was he carried as many as five sets. their way into the park. Auburn of the Southeastern Conference and Texas Tech of the Border Conference should put on a scoring bee in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville. Texas Tech, ranked 12th to Auburn's No. 17, is a 62 point favorite. This one will pull 30,000 spectators. ending the first half. The ball was in the air, a pass from Tony Rados of Penn State, when time ran out but when Fred Prender of West Chester, Pa., Teachers caught it it 11 a.m. PST. The Sugar, Cotton and Gator Bowl games also will begin at the same time, posing a If Seixas fails and you can get 4-1 here Saturday that he will then Australia will become problem for the home viewers and listeners. There will be plenty of counted for a tally. After Dixie went ahead on the dial switching. Parker-McHan improvisation, Oak CBS will broadcast and telecast Rosen Snares AL Slugging Crown the Orange game. NBC will broad ley intercepted Rados' pass and ran it back to the Northern one from where Don Ellis of Texas A &M scored. The final tally came CHICAGO (UP) Two members j of his 367 total bases in 599 times nf the Cleveland Indians were at Dat- after Oakley intercepted Sorren-tino's pass on the Gray 42 and re awarded a nair of vastlv different Doby, on the other hand, struck crowns Saturday, third baseman All ut 121 times, establishing a new turned to the Blue 44. Ellis passed SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Annual East-West Shrine football classic will be telecast from coast American League record while wip to end Mack Franklin of Tennessee ing out the old mark of 120 set by to coast by DuMont Television Net for the score. SCORE BY PERIODS: Gus Williams of the Browns in 1914 Rosen winning the slugging title and outfielder Larry Doby the strikeout "championship" for 1953. Official averages for last season disclosed that Rosen, the most val- work starting at 1:15 p.m. PST, Runnerup to Doby in strikeouts with GRAY 0 13 7 so to BI.I'E O 0 O fl 30 Touchdowns: Onr Bennett. Franklin, Oakley. McGee, 3. Bine Prender. Leber- 90 was'Mickey Mantle of the New Year's Day. DuMont said the game, in San Francisco's Kezar cast and telecast the Cotton Bowl in Dallas between Rice (8-2) and Alabama (6-2-3) and then will follow up with the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena between Michigan State (8-1) and UCLA (8-1) at 2 p.m., PST." ABC will broadcast and telecast the Sugar Bowl joust in New . Orleans between Georgia Tech (8-2-1) and West Virginia (8-1). MBS will broadcast the Gator Bowl tilt in Jacksonville, Fla., between Auburn (7-2-1) and Texas Tech (10-1). The Rose Bowl clash, matching Michigan State's third ranking powerhouse and UCLA's fifth ranking Bruins, rates closely with the Maryland - Oklahoma game. The Spartans, making their first ap- man. Grog. Points after touchdown: Topp !, McHan 4. Statistic: Stadium, would be viewed in lOOluable player in the league, posted cities in the nation. I a slugging mark of .613 on the basis Rosen, who finished second to Mickey Vernon of the Senators in the batting race Vernon batted .337 and Rosen .336 was far and away the number one man in the league as far as runs batted in were Gray First downs 1H Rushing yardage 2 Passing yardare 119 Passes attempted 13 Passes completed 7 Passes Intercepted 2 Punts 3 Punting averages 28 8 Blue in 50 144 .11 IX It 5 38 I A 0 concerned. The Cleveland third baseman drove in 145, while Vernon was second with 115. Fumbles Inst 3 Yards penalized 15 - Chisox Release Slate Burly Gus Zemial of the Athletics was a distant second to Ros 0 LOW PRCBS en in slugging percentage with .559, followed by Yogi Berra of the Yan iuMinr pp (lUTIiNift l,.T".''tiTV ror rpkwM&in r' Service Hr 4-0162 NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT CHICAGO (UP) The Chicago White Sox announced a spring training exhibition game schedule calling for 27 of their 34 matches with National League rivals. Most of them are in Florida. kees with .526. 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