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"t T W ?n CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Thursday. I.nuary II. IJ LJ Lockland Leads With 5 Players Under 6 Feet l By Bill Aiuer (. Enquirer Reporter '" Coach Lowell (Duke) Anderson of Lockland High School is sporting a big smile these days. The basketball Season has been a pleasant surprise to him, In a pi'eseason poll, 'Anderson's Panthers picked no hotter than third in ITip ch.ise fur tno MincreeK Valley League crown this sea 4t)n. fRisrht now. the proteees ot ....Jowns a 61.8 mark to Deet rill K A tfi.J. Jlt Ji-tciic, a slight edge, mark to the now. Anderson stand entrenched in Jirst place in the MVL which evokes manv big smiles from Lockland's bo.,s-tnan. In this day antl ase of big man basketball. Coach Amler non has accomplished a ivlnninif season with a starting quintet that measures under si feet a man. Graduation depleted the ranks of the Lackland big-boys Despite thii void the Panthers, have soared to eight successes and five in MVL competition. Thev have lost three. "fa be truthful, the season has been a very pleasant surprise to me. We're very small but we have good speed. Our ptiarcls move tne Dan veiy cu, commented Anderson. Anderson installed the fast break and Xavier type of deliberate play, utilizing the double screen. And, it has paid off in big dividends for the first place Panthers. The Panthers face a crucial MVL test Friday nijrht in Deer Park's Wildcats. As of now. lckland is on top with a 5-1 record, followed by Deer Park with a 5-2 slate, Panthers sport holding a 58.4 Wildcats 61 3. Leading Oeer Park's hand of sharp-shooters is John Meghorn with a 20. S scoring average, followed by Dale Shuey who has pumped In 16 points a game. Ron Dykes, Bob Dunigan aw' Don Billiard round out thf Wildcats smarting quintet. Swim Meet Won By Hoosiers, Soph Sets Mark Special To The Enquirer OXFORD. Ohio, Jan. 14 Frank McKinney, an Indiana University sophomore from Indianapolis, set a national col-leciate record today as the In diana swimming team defeated Miami, 48-38, in a meet at the Miami pool. McKinney stroked th 200- yard backstroke in the time of 2:04, breaking the nationa mark of 2:05.1 set by Yoshi Oyakawa of Ohio State in 1953 Altogether, the Hoosier mer men accounted for three Miami pool records. Indiana's 400-yard medley re- A win Is necessary to hold on tMjkji Bi Bar(on an'd Dick t ' , t i i t As. & H Last In Free Throws Too Horrible Defense No. Reason Royals Trail 1 'ACE EAGLES Dick Burdick, left, and Bill Knost are exacted to see action for Withrow Friday afternoon when the iigers entertain walnut nnis in a ruDiic Hign bcnooi jeague. -Enquirer (Heise) Photo. to first place. Anderson knows It and the player are fully aware of the significance at-' tached to the game. ;The Panthers should have plenty of incentive for want ing to knocK on ine ueer rant Beaver swam that event in 3:57.8. bettering the old mark of 4:01.4 set by Miami in 1956. Barton chalked up another pool mark with a 2:09.7 time in the 200-yard butterfly. The she years of the pressure af this sort of thing.- He took more years of it than most. As far back as 1933 when he was an assistant at Army, he was keenly aware of the crew. A tew wee Kg DacK, ueer ,cv",u Park administered the only loss by Paul Drake of North Caro- tp Locklnnd in league competition, nipping the Panthers 74-72. ma in vjoj. Two Miami varsity records were set by Redskin sophomore This time the Panthers vowtpiii Mulliken. He swam the If, will be different. Last ganiej220-yard freestyle in 2:14 5 and was played on Deer Park's the 200-yard breaststroke in home court. Friday night's 2:27 .6. contest takes place on the Panther's home floor at Lock-land Field House. , ; Lockland hot-shots are Marvin Wiehe (5-10) and George Ktlwarda (5-8). U lehe has con nected for a 17.8 scoring mark tttl season and Edwards is close behind with J 7.2 average. Carlos Sanders (5-11'a) John Parks was a double winner for Indiana, taking the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events. NBA Basketball WESTERN DIVISION Team Wan Int Pet. ST 10UI1 t II .m DETROIT . ... I J? Ml Don MINNEAPOLIS ... It .381 Sowdcr (5-8) and Jack Newj iastern division (5-11) complete the Panthersl rum Wo it Ptt. Starting five. Bill Burton, OarTsj i jo 754 Deatherage, Lowell Bernardino. isTRJCusi v 1 isu Bill Apke and Jim Carson are ,'HllMl'HI " .M some of the others who make . . "!"' , ., . . .ulSt. Ihiii IM, OtttMl IDS, Up the Lockland bench strength. stun n, ptiUdcipha 104. There s very little to choose, "" ' "J between Lockland and Deer Park. Offensively. Lockland Minntiedii it Smcuit (I I0" 14 1 (I 10 T004TS (4MES Him Ytrk it. fhilatlihit t SrrKUW, Stroking at Sports with RED SMITHS Red Blaik lamount of endeavor Into tome- thing else." he said, not to Bob NEW YORK, Jan. 14 When, but to friends, "and from a West Point's football team was, selfish standpoint, be Infinitely wiped out in that carnival ofh,'t,er 0,f- rarity whn . . , .,,..,, ii;, an individual can take auccea- buck-passing and bureaucratic bungling which was erroneously called a "cribbing scandal," Red Blaik wanted more than anything else in the world to chuck his job into the Hudson. Hejheartburn. Army played Illinois wasnt merely discouraged, asithat year, and on the field be fore the game Blaik encoun tered Illinois' realistic little Bob Zuppke. Red mentioned the nervousness he felt. "I'm burning up Inside," Zup said. "It I weren't, I'd have been out of this game long ago." BLAIK will miss football for a time, bat there will be com pensations. "Now," he says, "I won't have to expose myself to that cold November a i r." There'H be other things he won't have to be exposed to, as another coach named Clip per fcmitn noted ome years ago. Clipper was a lot like Red By Jim Schottelkotte er Reporter The latest National Basket all Association statistics, in-luding games up to last Sun-lay, suggest some reasons why he youthful Royals are strand- d in last place with an 8-32 ecord and currently trying to ind their way out of a seven- ;ame losing streak. First and foremost, of course, s a pitifully inadequate defense hich has allowed opponents n average of 113.3 points a ame in contrast to Cincinnati's 01.3. F.ven on their good shoot- ng nights (and there have leen some very good ones), the loyals have fallen under an ivalanche of points. Offensively, a major weakness has been at the free throw-line. The Royals are a bad last m free throw gnooting (.699), unfortunate because they shoot less frc throws than any other team In the! league, the result principally of not having a driving team and taking too many ahota from the outside. This is a weaknesa that Coach Tom Marshall has hammered at consistently with only minor re sults. There also is the matter of turnover and bad passes, which don't show up in the atatittirt. CELTS ROMP any coacn mignt De, at me prospect of starting all over without the fine football ma terial that his organization had assembled and that he had trained painstakingly. He was passionately on the side of the kids. He (lid not try to conceal or condone the mistakes they had made but he defended them fiercely as boys of good character and he resented bitterly the slur upon their honor. They were, he felt, at least as much sinned against as sinning, and he knew of no other way to make his position clear than to leave the academy with them. In his distress, he consulted,Blaik in the sense that he too the man he has respected above'was a perfectionist who drove all others, his old boss, Gen.lhim.self without mercy. He Douglas MacArthur. coached for a long time, in col- "Don't quit under fire." the, lege and among the pros, on the General said, and the Colonel, West Coast and the East, be- By Knicks, 123-112 For 8th Straight Win- Nats, Hawks Victors In Other Games BOSTON, Jan. 14 CP) - The free-wheeling Boston Celtics romped to their eighth straight victory and 23th in the last 29 starts by belting the New York Knickerbockers, 123-112 tonight at the Boston Garden. Togo Palazzi came off the bench to spark Syracuse In the third period as the Nationals broke a close game wide open for a 119-104 triumph over the Philadelphia Warriors in the opener of the twinbill be fore 7362. )ut are Just as much responsi le for the defeats. Only Jack Twymnn among he Royals stands hit,'h in any NBA department. He's third in scoring with an average af II. 1 points a game. MEANWHILE, the Royals returned to Cincinnati late yes terday a tired and obviously disheartened bunch. The latest in the atring of seven defeats. which equals Cincinnati's long-i est losing streak of the season, came Tuesday night at St. Louis against the Pistons, 112-92. The Royals haven't too of ten looked terrible In defeat, but the Pistons have managed to simply mangle them on three different occasions this season. Opportunity for revenge comes) Sunday when the two teams meet here In a 2:30 p. m. game at the Garden. Before that, the Royals have dates with the Minneapolis Lakers Friday in Charleston, w. Va., and the Knicki Saturday night in New York. MED PARK, acquired from the Hawks in the deal for Si Green, scored 12 points in his debut with the club Tuesday. He returned with the team yesterday. Park is a University of Missouri graduate who looks more like a young college professor than an athlete. A good athlete he is, however. He played some professional baseball and was a great high school football quarterback. Green, meanuhile, left Cincinnati yesterday to Join his new St. Louis teammate Detroit. SI said he did not ex peet to play immediately, '1 practiced with the team Monday in St. Louis and feel fine physically," he said. 'They don't want me to scrimmage, however. The doctor is supposed to examine me when I get back to St. Louis." Si, hampered all season with Illness, took the trade philosophically.. "They made a deal and there's nothing else I can say," he commented, when you re in professional sports, you ac-! cept that. PARK figures to see considerable action right away. With Phil Rollins out with a bruised hip, Johnny McCarthy slated to depart soon for sev-i eral days to be discharged from the Army and Arlen B')ckhorn still bothered by an ankle injury, Marshall needs all the backcourt help he can get. Marshall went on the inactive list himself Monday. Entries Close January 25 Special To The Enquirer OXFORD, O., Jan. 14-Kiy- rnond Ray, Miami University swimming coach and meet manager, has announced that all entries for the second annual Mid-West Open Swimming and Diving Championships in conjunction with the Ohio Association AAU must be in his hands by midnight, January 25. The meet, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, January 31 and February 1, will be held in John Shaw Billings Natatorium here. Trials are slated for 10 a. m. on Saturday and 9:30 a. m. Sunday, with the finals on Saturday at 7:30 p. m. and on Sunday at 4 p. m. All times are Eastern Standard. An additional highlight of the meet, according to Ray, will be the Womens National Junioi AAU 200-vard backstroke, to In, he held on Saturday. Indoor Soccer Sags TORONTO, Jan. 14 (.11 --Toronto's recently organized indoor soccer l''aue is postponing . operations until ihe end of the hockey season because of dwindling attendance. The prtw inoters said the lack of interest,., stemmed from the fact they could arrange only one double--leader a week at Maple Leaf , gardens, ho;ne of Toronto's National Hockey League club. . NAVY SAILS, 82-S9 ANNAPOLIIS, Md Jan. 14' UP Navy had smooth sailing all the way today as it romped to an 82-39 basketball victory over out-manned Brandeji University of Waltham, Mass. 3 V'V J. 1 -SAVE HYMEN'S SHOES Ni'llhr hIi. I'M IIZES 4V ! 11. Ai TO IEI irrrc 208 EAST Jtrr 5 FIFTH ST. OPEN MON N0 TNURJ NHHTI a w E1 3 - fill PARKING illliili 7401 IMDING 10. VA 7U said, "Very good, sir." HE stayed on the job and gave it his best, and there never was anything betterj than that. Now the job is fore retiring to a Job In industry. "How do you feel now I0ST0N FG FT Kiiniohn 1 1 3 TliertplM 4 1 RjlWIi 12 I Virm 6 I Couiv 9 3 Rimtey 4 5 S. Joan 5 I Conlty 0 1 (. C. Jow 0 0 ToUU II 3, 3 II SMrrwi I 23Null 3 lSGutna 3 31 !'. 5 T3ffi.i I 1 1 SHvT 1 2 Soft I 0 Tyri tlimw 21 133 Tl 37 33 hew voir FT TP 4 On BOSTON 3 Saturday afternoons?" He was,"" ,u"- asked. "Do you miss it badly? 44 34 1 1 2 35 33-IJ3 33 33-113 "I did at first," he said, "but done, and he has resigned. It after a while well, you can't ?" is as sirnnle as that. He cave imnHne how It feela not to have t. all of himself that the job de-!to sit still and watch an 18-C'"7 SYRACUSE (II?) IRHIIAOELRHIA FG 3 3 10 "OWE .lll JI JEV manded, and it demanded a year-old kid run out on that i ,ntni great deal, and he got it done, and now he is free. Because he dedicated himself to football without reservations, Earl Blaik understands better than most what the pressures of big-time coach- ing are. When his youngerj son, Bob, went into coaching, Red didn't actively oppose him, but he would have preferred that the boy an honor graduate in physics at Coloradoemploy his talents other-! wise. "You can put the same Touts 4? FT TW FG 7 17Ariltn 13 7Grttxiki 3 JS'Swldrt'rr II 5 tvm S 2l'Gon 1 14G0rQf I 33 iKk 4 IHtiten 2 21 Il9i TOti'l 42 tlnM ...1th ,,,, J,hllr ! T 1 1111 liriu r 1 1 1 1 jvua ....... U L IlUIienng ociween ni unnrrs. No doubt it's corny, but it is entirely true that if Red Blaik 5mcusf n 75 u misses football for a while, (Philadelphia 26 24 football will miss him a great deal longer. He is a great coach, he has been a tymbol of decency especially to the young men he helped grow up, and there never was a man more faithful to hii principles or hit friends He is not an easy man to know. Those who do know him are utterly devoted to him. 104 TP 34 7 23 10 13 2 2 4 Obermeyers Hit 3248 As Norton Fires 736 OukH FtrlfV HoluO Jordan Uovd MtGuirt McMiIlM jaeK Morton nrea a rea nonuonaon-a, wimmera naa oo snu 216-217-243 736 series last; (with a 255 solo), C. Boedlng 20 104 32-1 1 2J-I04 IIAWKS VICTORS DETROIT. Jan. 14 (.fi-The St. Louis Hawks survived a fourth-quarter scare In which their lead wai cut from 24 to three points and went on to beat the Detroit Pistons, 114-108, In a National Basketball Association game tonight Cliff Hagan was high for the Hawki with 28 points. DETROIT I IT. 10UIS mm urn m , 9 Plui Tai and Trtsdobld Tir 2 FOR 2 FOR .IMS 47 00 7 60-15 5I34 100-15 56 llockwoH Tub Typ TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET NOW AVAIUIlf IN 14" tilt TO FIT HS7-SI C.M n 17171 170-13 Plwi To mn4 LI TrMdotl Tlit 2 FOR MO-15 3792 7.60-15 4I48I.00.)5 45" llockwall Tubd Typ Plui Tdi and litrdodabl lira TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET NOW AVAHAHE IN 14" VIE TO HT lS7 SI CARS iDA& Mm fVilH 2 FOR 2 FOR life a (R CfP90 l'J l.ia"" night to lead Obermeyer Foods ito a 3248 total and three game victory over Strikes and Spares in Condon's Major League. Fred Enders of Strikes and Spares spilled 692 pina to post the other outstanding score of the evening. Theima Kappner hiked her average to 190 in Turners Ladies League last night when she bowled her seventh 600 series of the season, a big 645. Despite Teima's 256-178-211 ef fort, her Ed Meyer Roofers team dropped two gamea to Boat House Coffee. Two seasonal highs were set by George Wilson of first-place Post 636 In DAV Lanes' Progressive loop Wilson's 646 topped the board, as did his 263 middle game. He had 179 and 202 In his other two games. 6 70 1$ llaik.all tvt T,p Plui Tsi and Traadobla Tire 2 FOR 2 FOR 2 FOR : 4oo-u2390 7101$ 2970 7.60-1$ 32so llockwall Tub Typ TERMS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET UlIaVwiBltfRfi "Cincinnati's Largest Independent Tire Dealer" N.E. Cor. Court and Race Sts., Cin'ti, 0. PA 15690 604 and Frank Medosch 600 In the GE Major. FG ET TP' 7 J5'ETftri 14 Htoin 7 117 UviHttla 3 2 1 Mirlm 1 3 SMcMihen J J a'Pittit 0 I 1RMd 3 2 1 Shirt 17Wtlfont 2 3 7 1 Tdlill 41 33 114 N 30 1081 DETROIT II 2 21 40-1M ST. LOUIS it 33 29 24-114 Basketball Result! C0UIH Touli fO fT TR 4 4 12 1 21 2 I a 14 2 12 'I 3 II I 3 PI SPLINTERS . . . Mt. Lookout Hardware remained a game ahead of Wilson Freight M- in Mt. Lookout Lanes' Eastern it c,im. ?t turta Carnt lutt Hills 900 Leairue. Gus Costa of 0i;,',1,,,",',);lf M Underwood Tile had 627 andvuu Mi4.m 74 inn ts. Les Fluharty of Birk'i Bake 'Ii ."fV.f., , ShoD 601 . . . Bob Overhulse of riiit.. im, iii4wia.wiiK 12. Hughes Barbers shot 605 In the , Madison Bowl Social to pace Vlninii TKk ). Bi4iaa 71 Air Rtrct An4imr a. Wtittra (Ctlt.l Sllll 31. his team to two victories overjC,'., VJ. KmmTh. Akrtn 93, Wtittra Rtltrva S3. Williamson Heaters for first place. and a tie Twenty-two 500s were fash ioned in Stone's All-Star Ladies League, with Alice Gilkey'i 204- 222-170596 showing the way! as her leading Karg Plumbingi team took two from runner-up Pepsi Cola. Catherine Burling of Brunswick Queens, off to a slow start, finished with a whopping 267 for a 571 set. Other big tallies last night included Hilda Stubbs' 568 and Jan Exterkamp's 567 for Pepsi; Marion HerzO)! 564 and Marge Oester'i 551 for Beacon Inn; Catherine Heikenfeld's 557 for! Okrents; Sylvia Walters' 557 for Superior Linen; Betty Si denstick's 553 for Burger Beer f nd Lne Burkholz s 5ol lor Stedfast Co. Pat Kvers, a first-year keg- lerette, had a big night In the Southwest Publishing Co. Mixed League at Madison Bowl with her first-ever 500, a 515. She had high single game of 222 and her 515 is tops in the loop. Pat tallied 222-128-165 for her big series. Rolling the first 500 in his bowling career Finn of the Times-Star Rem nents, bowled 6:9 to heln his team take two from the Lud- lows in the Un'on Printing; Crafts' P. M. League at Frisco s Lanes. Stanfel Added To Grid Staff At Notre Dame SOUTH BEND, Ind., Jan. 14 (UPD Richard Anthony Stan fel, 31, San Francisco, guard on the Washington Redskins of the National Professional Football League, today was named assistant line co.ich at Notre Dame University. Joe Kuharich, who has suc ceeded Terry Brennan as Notre Dame's head football coach, was coach to Stanfel both at the University of San Francisco, where Stanfel was captain and guard on the 1950 eleven, and at Washington, where he has played the last three yean. Stanfel played four years with the Detroit Lions before going to the Redskins. The appointment was an nounced by Ed Krause, Notre Dame director of athletics, and Kuharich. Stanfel, a graduate of San Francisco, was voted the most valuable player by his team' mates on the 1954 world championship Lions, and was chosen (ait TKh 71. Wltlttf at Oh it Wtiltyta ta, Mmkintom 71. Dtfttnct 41, Oait Ntrrhtra ft. Ml. Unit II, Hiram 7. la i . . j it b..,...h. fl ft ll series. M,rtlr M tWi 4? Jclck Ttmtlt 4, tiliwift 41. liltut ivrtttiH ). Itwlitf Srtta 73. Ttlt4t 44. Ivtftatt 74, Wilnlmlta t. Ntrttitra Mlthllit 44. Mkftita TKk II. Grtvt CIrv S Ctrmilt TttN 47. I. 43. Htk.rt 31. Amtrltta iitttrattltiul 4, Wtfiirtrr Pair 3. ttttir lliyat 71, Cttiwbt St. TtKhtn It, Ttrtata 41. Wtittra CtrtliM 47. AtttlKlirta M. CriltMta St, Omilii a. Sllljtt 42 Sttflll Ttatktn a. Sertnttn 71. trctmlnf 71. Kntv 71. Mtnmtuta 72. 4tlakl n. Hiaai faint U. Hockey Results NtTIONU 1IMUI Ntw Ttrk 1, Ttfttlt 1. MIRICH II4IUI Cll.tlli4 I. 1. Iiklklllta 7MI.4.ltlii (IHll S, ItMlta NiMimIi I (tit). Marcella Sehwartt's 565 for A. Si A. Transmission a l d Lu ellle Reiser's 864 for Simpson sive captain by the Washington t.iiif paced Condon s Wednes- tcam at the end of the 195 day Wght Ladle loop. Also at .season. n-t unanimously as honorary orten- Prep Cage Card TOMORROW IFTUN0ON Wtlaat Mill at Wlthr.w. TOMORROW NIINT MtNlctitln at Rtitr Ittaa. furctll il Cttlntlta Cttktlk. 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