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24 Jan 1953 Burford Tops Albany

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24 Jan 1953
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Bujldog Five Boats Warrior Burford "Tops Albany With 17 LEBANON A hard shootintT basketball team from Leh- nuon high school put on a 'fourth quarter drive here last night, and almost caught the Albany Bulldogg in a thriller which, had the fans standing and screaming the last five minutes of the game which Albany finally won 67-62. The game was a fast moving tussle from the start arid in the first and last periods the lead changed faster than an all-day sucker at an orphanage. ' Lebanon opened with . a ' quick field goal by Murval Stone, followed by a free throw by Dale Hasen-yager to lead 3-0. ' At this point Malcolm McBride if had a bad nose bleed and was tak en- from the game. Don Carroll then sank another from the gift line and with the Warriors enjoying a 4-0 edge Save Shelby went into action and dunked one from the left "laris Poppert hit from the left side lines and Shelby sank a tree throw to put the Bulldogs ahead 5-4. -; . Store hit a long one from the ' right side to pat the Warriors In the lead, and Dean Sorensen hit from the edge of the key ta ' bring his lead to Albany. Don Chamberlain sank a long shot from off to the left of the key and the Warriors led again. Sorensen hooked one to from under the basket and Albany not in ( front . W a r r I a r Haaenyager. I dropped one in from the center I of the key to put Lebanon ahead. I At this point the Bulldogs took charge of the game, leading at the fend of the quarter 19-14 and at I the half 37-29. Harold Pontius, E who started the game for Albany i was pulled at the end ot the first 5. quarter and Frank Burford went I in to the guard position. Burford I was hot and sank, three from the 'floor and five straight gift shots Sin the quarter. , i. The Bulldogs led at the three I quarter mark 02-44 and the War-Iriors came up in the start of the 1 fourth quarter to toss a scare into 3 the Albany players. .. In theirst two minutes of the I last period the Warriors sank five . from the floor while the Bulldogs i could. only count three and the I score stood. 55-54. The lead again 'started changing hands with the plsy with the Warriors 81-80 with four minutes to play. i . At two minutes to play neither team had made- any more scores and Dave Shelby fouled out of the 4 game. . .-' $ He was replaced by Ron Hall, i The Bulldogs sneaked one from the floor to lead 82-61 and Frankie r sank another from the free line to i make the score 63-61. McBride I bucketed a free shot to and the Warrior's, scoring and the . Bull-i' dogs scored six more points to put we game on ice. . Frank Burford was high for the evening . with 17 . points sharing s high scoring honors with Warriors ? Chamberlain and Dixon,' who also ' had 17 each. Shelby followed with ' IS points and Sorensom with 11. I Pontius, Sorenson and Burford ro- Red Raiders Lose tated t the guard positions tor Albany. .... .. . . - Albany wai called tor Si personal fouls, and each starter lor the Bulldogs had at least tour as the fane ended. The Warriors were called 13 times and Stone went out ot the game one and one-half minutes before the end ot the first halt via personal fouls. The long shot shooting ot the Warrior forwards was one ot the high lights of the game. - The Bullpups won their game from the Lebanon B team easily, 67-51 In spite of two extra-long shots at the end of the second and third periods by the Lebanon forwards. ' Aliahy (in : ' on iiianon Ponport 10 , .t . an Ouunborlila SlMlby a) 4 Stone Cauablo () .e (ID HaMnraior PonUaa (10) . at Mcllrldo Soronaoa (II) UT) Dlson . Suba: Albany Wabbl Aboraoni Hull: Surford 17. LobuoaClmU, Si rao. i) Score by uiitont ; ; Albany ; is 11 18 Lebanon .'. 14 IS IS omeiaui Kolly and Fearless Fraley's Facts And Conservation Notes By OSCAR FRALET NEW YORK (UP) Fear-leas Fraley's facts and figures:. ;'.". ' " Welterweight Vince Martinez, boxing's rookie , of the year, faces his toughest fight to date Friday night when he tackles the Graziano-Iike Carmine Fiore in the 10-round TV feature.- , v -..; -- Meanwhile, the electrical firm for which Martinez works is preparing to do something with Martinez which the fight game should have done itself. The firm will send him on. a . national tour to Lewis-Clark Drubs Linffield 86 to 66 PORTLAND U. The Lewis and Clark . Pioneers exploded in the third quarter on their home floor last night to blast Llnfield. 86-66, and jump from fourth place in the Northwest Conference basketball race to a second-place tie with Linfield and College ot Idaho. . ," .. After a first half which saw the leadchange hands several times, the Linfield Wildcats went into the third quarter holding a 35-28 edge. But late in the third, the Pioneers began to connect with Increasing accuracy from the field and built up a 65-51 lead to start the fourth quarter and were never again in danger. Diikrd Sets World Record PHILADELPHIA 0JJ9 Two new world Indoor marks and five new meet standards went into the record book for the Philadelphia Inquirer meet today and gave the nation s track and field performers some impressive goals to shoot at for the remainder ot the season. - A crowd ot 10,000 thrilled spectators saw veteran hurdler Harri son Dillard sweep to a flat six second world mark in the SO yard high hurdles last night and Navy Lt (JG) Ken Wiesner set a world indoor high Jump standard of six feet, 9Vi inches. ' Meet records were set when Fred Dwyer ot Villanov won the mile in 4:09.7 and Rev. Bob Rich. ards vaulted 15 feet, four inches. Mai Whitfield streaked to a 1:11.9 victory in the 600 yards and Carl Joyce of Georgetown set a record of 2:13.1 for the 1,000 yard test. Joyce also helped Georgetown's two mile relay team of Ed Kirk, Vines Kelley and Joe La Pierre to a 7:43.7 mark for the event, shaving 10 seconds off the former standard. talk and show tight films as a good-will ambassador. . . . Heavyweight Champion. Reeky Manias, tha rhUedelahla Athletics' Bobby Shuts and Jockey Tony DeaPlrlto are said to be the three leading Candida tea for the Hlckok pro-athlete of tha year award, to be presented at a robber chicken rhnmba m Rochester, N.Y Monday Bight ... It will be a surprise if Mar-elan doesn't win tha belted baable. , , a ' v -. Ralph Kiner, Gil Hodges and Eddie Mathews hit home runs in every National league ball park last season but Hank Sauer didn't Sauer, co-home run king with Kiner, missed in Boston. In the American league, of the first 10 homer hitters, only -Larry Doby and Luke Easter connected in ev ery park and the Indians still finished second. . . . . a - Conservation corner: The bat is the only mammal which has wings. ... I know one mammal who is certain never to have any.-. . . - , r The International league, after losing its two New- Jersey franchises and with its closest remain, ing clubs at Baltimore and Spring. field, Mass., finally is moving its headquarters from New, York to Montreal. . . .- Another deciding factor was the high .cost ot New York office, space. . : . Baseball Commlsahtner Parti Prick his prraraneed vagaely that aometktng . most be don about the manner tn which Ball f Fame elections are held. On in .

Clipped from Albany Democrat-Herald, 24 Jan 1953, Sat,  Page 9

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