The Record-Argus from Greenville, Pennsylvania on March 15, 1954 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT THE RECORD-ARGUS 11 RECORD-ARGUS Clanci's Club 58, which held the three-game scries mark unti] a few weeks ago when Sports Center came through with a 2275. regained the honor last week by posting .1 2298. Cianci'a former high was 2273. Winning four points, Cfanei's also leaped to the top of the second half standings. With 22 counters, the team hearts The Hub by one point. Slegknmpcr's slill 5s ahead of the field over the season with r>9 points, three more than Hamilton Amoco. Hairy Bruno, posting- a 226 single game nnd r>6S series, copped individual honor's in both departments. .T. Reznor rolled a 212. FA.m SET Stoogc.i forged ahead Jn this women's league and holds a 210-20 margin over Madcaps. Belle Woodworth was top bowler with a 475 series.. L. McCHntock netted a 453 and P. Guinn a 425. LADIES COMMERCrAT, Grant's and First National still am tied for first place with 6! points each. Botle Woodu-orth took honor; with a 41 •< series. ELKS LAMES (National Division)' Top squads lost out jn the point department, but Team 33 still stands atop the league with 60 markers. Team 12 In runner-up, four points behind, Ruth Burno topped the women kcglers with a 340 series. (American Division) Team'8, a consistent leader, re tained tts three-point margin over Team 6. It's 53-60. Jane Elch, roll Ing: a 380 scries, headed the loop. CHI-BRIDGE (Duckplns) The Cub s are out front with 27 points, holding a-four-point advantage over the Indians. R. Palmiter, of the Pirates, posted two- way laurels with a 4.17 series and 196 single game. i (Tenpins) Two season records fell in this section, with the Colts and Jim Allen setting marks. Tho Colts posted a 2561 three-game series high, erasing the old mark of 2490. Allen rolled a 583 series, four pins better than that set by Marburger earlier ir^the year. However, the Browns still hold first place with sy. points more than the Colts, 28% to 25. High 1 single game was 226 by Allen. C. Roberts posted a 204 and F. Heilman a 202. ' WERNER'S TENI'IN Remelt grabbed sole possession of the top position and now heads Dryers, 21-19, in this "hot" league. Extrusion is third with 18 and Ladders and Rolled Shapes arc tied with 16. Herron rolled high series with u 565 but failed to hit 200 in any of his games. He posted 197 twice and . ELKS MEN'S LEAGUE (National Division) Team 15 is "in" n» champion with a 21-point lead over Team 34, 75 to 64. Lawrence Bubcck posted two-way honors with a 105 single and 511 serlcn. (American Division) Team 2 clinched first place by collecting three points in its match last week. The sizzling Bumo entry is 20 points ahead of Team 3 75-05. Camil Cianci was top kcglcr for a aeries with a 507 while Burno posted a 195 single game high. Feller Falters a 171. Wells rolled a 220 high single. BESSEMER LEAGUE R. Saul, posting a 48!) series and 207 single, nabbed honors two ways. Team 5 regained first place and now heads Teams 3 and 7 by one point, 22 to 21. JAMESTOWN AUXILIARY Team 3, ousted from tho lead by Team 1 two weeks ago, shoved into a two-way tie. It's 57-57 with Team 4 and 2 standing third and fourth respectively. Kitty Hoi- combe was high bowler with a 449 series. MOOSE TENITN Snycler, rolling for Team 3, roared above the 600 mark with a 630 series and he also posted the top single game with a 224. A second game was 223 and a third was 176. Team 5, leading for .several weeks, stands four points ahead of Team 1, 25 to 2J. Others m the 200 bracket—Sc- ger (203), Bin hut (2111, Dunn (222) and Policy (202). AUTOMOTIVE LEAGUE Stegkampcr , Ford staged a comeback after losing the lend to Orassell Auto Supply two weeks ago and now is tied with the latter team, 25-alI. Saylor exploded for a 620 scries and 236'"singlo game to win honors. Others in 200 circle—Dunnavant and Blahut (222), G. Boles (212), and Baer (200). JAMESTOWN TKNTIN Japco 2 forged ahead of the pack, breaking a four-way tie for first place. The leaders 'boast a 23-13 won and lost record. Second is Disposal with a 21-15 log. Don Dunnuvant topped the kpg- lurs jn series with ;i , r >61 while teammate DeMenter rolled a 207 high Single. H. Lean posted a 20(i, C. Lean a 202, Fry a 201 and Dunnavant a 200. GIANTS SMOTHER INDIANS, 16 TO 6 By ED COU1UOAN Associated Press tiport.i Writer Almost two decades ago—Jfi.ic '.<> be exact—a p o w c. r f u I, fuz/.y- cheekcd youngster ntrode into tho upring training camp of UK; Cleveland Indians. M a. n a g a r Kiuvr O'Neill liked what he aaw mid that started Bob Feller's ciiivf. Today, 240 victories later, Keller, the oldest major leaguer In point of service, is ffglitlng for u slfu-tinj,' job. He'll have a job, all right,'lint at the moment he doesn't (igiirn an one o£ the Big Four. Tho onetime nrebaHcr, who never did spend a day in Hie minors, is hopeful that 'til M he can help tho Indians break the New Yorlt Yankees' sli-anglc-hold on" the American League pennant. However, making hin first exhibition appearance yc.storday against the New York Giants at Tucson, Feller gavo up «lx runs on eight hits in the flr«t Uirne innings as the Giants walloped Cleveland 16-6, ' Hal Newhouscr, another old- timer, is trying to make a comeback with tho Indians and he wns equally unlmprctisive. He gavo up 10 hits and another six runs. New- houscr is not under contract. Speaking oC ol' folks, Sal Magllc, tho Giants' 37-year-old right-hand- er who has been plagued by assorted ills for tho last Iv.'o BISUBODS, went four innings and was tapped for only two hits. Manager Lao Dr. ocher- was enthused over the performance. "I hadnt 1 seen Sal look so good all last year," he gimhud. Tho surprising Baltimore OrioU-n won their ninth victory in 30 stari.s by downing the San Diego Padrea of the Pacific Coast Lcm^no 10-1. The Orioles backed up their pilch- ers with four double plAys. Without tho services of the injured Bobby Thomson and Eddie Mathews, Hie Milwaukee Braves collected 17 hits and went on to whip, tho Cincinnati Rcdlcgs M-H. The Brooklyn Dodgers won their Ifth straight, defeating the Boston Red Sox 9-0. Joe Black, a big disappointment last year, allowed mly two hits in S 1-3 innings on ho mound. Two home runs and three triples enabled the Chicago White Sox t:i defeat the Yankees 7-5. The art players used by the YimUs maile 5 hits, but tho extra base power if the Pale Hose more than offset he rash of blows. The St. Ixnils Cardinals scored i 4-2 triumph over the. Chicago Cubs with only four hit", The Philadelphia A's, another undefeated grapefruit league out- it, won No. 5—a 13-3 decision over ho the \yinlcss Washington Sew.- ors. The Philadelphia Phil'.k's out- asted the Detroit Tigers K!-ll, ami ho Dodger "B" team whipped ilic "'ittsburgh Pirates 7-5. Tho HcJ- egs "B'B" turned back the VYhilo Sox scrubs 50-8. Dukes Lose Palazzi Is Top NIT Basketeer NKVV YORK (.fl—Togo Pttlazzi of Holy Cross, probably the only basketball player in history named for a Japanese admiral, also .'/corns to he (lie only person who's worried about bin ability to make good n» a pro. TJu: crew-cut, ulockily built youngster who Ird Jlij^y Cross to I|.H fir:it National Invitation Tournament championship |«n't even :;nro that he'll go for tho pro game. "I'd like to play all right, but my main purpose in going; Io Holy Croiis was to gel a good education." he Baicl today. "I have a chance for «. good industrial Job when I graduate, and I'd hate to pas/i it up and then flop as a pro." "I am pretty mire T can shoot well enough. .1 believe: 1 have the .strength to play thai 72-gume .schedule and r. Know I'd huallc enough. But j don't know whether I can play defense well enough for the pro:;." left llltlo doiiblH aa to hi.'i snoring ability with a. torrid Woslern Kentucky in Holy Cross' Homifinal upset. Thon ho showed hi.s apprnclulive fan.s that he can play defenses loo when ho reHtrict- O'l OiKincanc'a groat Dic.k RiokettH to 1.'! points in the Crusaders' 71-62 upwca victory in llio finals Saturday iiigbl. Niagara dofoatcd f|-n 71-05 curlier in the evening for In Ird place. With ail of that, it caino as no Krent KiirpriKC when Togo was named ihf! tournament's inost viil- uabln player. Hockey Results lly THE ASSOflATFIl VIJKSS Yrs1(>nln.v's Itonlls NATIONAL UHAOl'K toston '3 Toronto 0 » . 'low York 2 Detroit 0 Montreal B Chicago o AMERICAN I.KACM-: 4 Pittshui-gh :i 'rovidcnce 8 Syracus^ 2 Saturday's HostilN NATIONAL I.K.\«il i: I Montreal 4 Chicago o Boston 2 Toronto 1 New York 5 Detroit 2 AMERICAN M''.\<;i;i: Cleveland 6 rrovidcnro V! Pittsburgh 5 Buffalo :; Horshey 4 Syracuse -1 (overturn tie) K-C IS DECLARED CITY LOOP CHAMP Arin- bordering on l,he brink of Uio (•repiiville Community Basketball League chanijiioiwhip for a week and a half, Kniglita ot Co- hunhtus today wa.s jiame<l officially' an the lit.VJ titlfhoWw. Tho iloolaralion caino from Joc.giii' I'rc.sidi'nl. J)nnhani Ucinlg l'i>ll(iwiiig pro aii<l con GREENVILLE, PA., MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1954 NIT CHAMPS JN ACTION - Don Prohovich (35) of Holy Cross mitte* on a try to tap in a second period goal in a .semi-final Na- lonal Invitation Basketball Tournament game with Western Ken- aicky Madlflon Square Garden in New York. Guardlnir on the plav 8 , 1 ,^ 10 ' WMtem Kc ™»-<*y. « "to teammatt Kay Greer! watches. At left, is Holy Cross player Ronnie Perry (14) Holv n to whip ' over a protest by runner-up Mill Top. Tim involved the ousting and reinstatement of a KC player hy an official in the lust game played j,, ih o championship .series on March 4. Thai game, tihe weeond of a .scheduled bcst-of- ree title series, was won by K-C -TO, The first tilt also was captured by the KndghU;. Announcement 'that K-C was the MM champion eame following a caJl to David Fawcetl, of Pittsburgh. Fnweelt. commissioner of the Tri-Slate Intercollegiate Association for Selection of Officials •staled that. no protest should have been iicccpled Jn tho first place since, officials have the right to change their minds in >thc ease of. disqualifying and reinstating a player in a game. Tho Trl-Stalu division is under the Eastern Intereolleglale Athletic Association which, in turn is a member of NCAA. Rules of the NCAA were adopted for the Community League thi.-j season. Coaches and Players Selected for Annua Fight for Sight Game Korly-aevcn seniors from 2i high schools in Mercer, Crawford, Venango and Warren Counties are slated for action here next Satur- Hadley, Hadley; Mike Doyle and Joseph Mancuso, Stoneboro; coach, George Chalmers, Stoneboro; assistant coach, R. L,. Ebbcrt, Fre- donin. March 20, in the ninth j McadvIIlo, Mercer and West Mid- Greenville Lions Club. The benefit doubleheader is carded for 7:30 p. m. in tho Thicl College gymnasium. The first game . pits Mercer County Class C all-stara against Crawford-Venango Class C,'with the 9 o'clock afterpiece bringing together Mercer County Class A and Crawford - Venango-Warren Class A. Participating players and coaches include: Crawforcl-Venango-Warren Class A—Wayno Morris and Stanley Hopkins, Titusvillc; Edward Mc- Donald Babbitt inate players, but their David game, Official ousted K-C player then reinstated Pitt Swimmers Win BETHLEHEM, Pa. (.T) — H,,i versity of Pittsburgh swimmei.: scored M points .Saturday to win their third consecutive Eastern Intercollegiate Swlmmliu-, championship. In Ui "IVte" Mike r: him. Accordini.; u> Faweelt. this wa.s a decision c/uircly tip to the HI. ,\',) protest, .should have permitted. Brooks and Gault Meet In TV Bout This Evening NIOW YOIJK i.T) - Bantamweights ale Hrooks and Henry (Pappy) anil meet tonight nt Brooklyn's ! K.-istrrn P;-,rkwjiy Arena in a bout televised nationally by numont at I '" p m. ' is the I'O year-old Olym- 'ight champion who moved pro limelight with a bang 'Hi by knocking on'. Billy IVatvck to win (he North Ameri- '''"' tltlt ' l!1 hi;; eighth fight. He has lost one. fight. 11"\vever, m iiault he meets the "'!' A'l:.\ iitli-holdcr who lost li'.lc t<> .Peacock. Iti'signs at Tvroni v"i!OXK, Pa. (.'pi i .Seho,,! i,< iii the market for tout ha!! coach. James W. I'.'etehtT«.ncvl c:u| aiter oulv oiu Pete, Cochranton; Larry Lowing and Joseph Jaekman, Llnesvillc; Gary Ettenger and Bruce Duell, Warren; Ted Burch and John Had- 1uk, Oil City; coach, John Uram, Franklin; assistant coaeh, A. L. (Bus) Shaner, Tituaville. Mercer Class A—David Spencer and Donald Dailey, Grove City; Clarence Shields and Larry Cooper, Greenville; Robert Stono and Jock Perrotli, Greenville St. Michael's; William Vasconi, Richard McGrath and Olcnn Morris, Sharpsville; coach, Ray St. John, Greenville St. Michael's; assistant coach, "Red" Johnston, S'harpsville. Crawford-Venango Class C Thomas Buncly and John Bier, Sae- gerslown; Clint Logan and Thomas Logan. Conneaut ville; Richard Waddoll and Bruce Hurt, Pleasantville; Paul Blakeslee and Robert Davis, Spartansburg;Randy Strawbridge and Robert Sansom, Townville; William Stewart and Arthur Hoover, Conneaut Lake; Gerald Oakes and Perry Darling, Randolph; coach, Don Weyel, Conneaut Lake; assistant coach, Merle Darcangelo, Saegerstown. Mercer County Class C-Norman Paxton, Robert Shlpton and David Shipton, Fredonia; Mark Courtney, Jamestown; Harry McCurdy and Robert Jack, Sandv Lake; Carl Patterson and David participation hinges upon the outcome of P.r.A.A. elimination games tii s week. Mercer County Class A practice was announced today by Tournament CompiiUee Chairman Wells McCurdy. Tire initial drill will be held Tuesday' night at Sharpoville. STATE AIL-STAR CAGE SQUAD JOHNSTOWN, Pa., (/P) — i of the Pennsylvania State s Colleges basketball conference have named two members of MiUcrsvllle, the league's champions, to their 1954 all-star team. Tlieyi are guard William Werkhiser, a junior, the league's top scorer with 255 points In K games, and teammate, Charles Podlesny, a forwaixl. Werkhiser, former Norristown Hig-li .school star, topped the poll. Podlesny, a .senior, hails from West Hazelton. Rounding oul the first team selections are forward Robert Reese r>f Hanover, n sophomore at Shippcnsburg; center Richard Maje-rnik of Slovan, a junior at California; and guard Jack Cras- san of Vandorgrift, a. sophomore at Indiana. Crossnn was tho coaches' second choice. The second team includes Mike Yelovich of Lock Haven and Roger Cocivera O C Kutztown at fonvards; Tom Beck of Slippery Rock at center; and Jack Parker of Milleraville and Ted Beck of West Chester at guards, Week End Fights CINCINNATI--Joe Miceli, 150';, New York, deeisioned Johnny Lombardo, ISO, Mt. Carmel, Pa no) HOLLYWOOD, Calif.-Jake Williams, 382. Los Angeles, stopped Farrell and Meadville Seek to Advance Tuesday Mercer and Rimersburg Tangle at Kane Tonight Two Mercer County champions who also arc district titling will see tournament action this week while a. third Is idle until a week from tonight. Mercer, District 10 Class B titleholder, and Farrell, newly crowned champion of the Class A WPIAL (District 1 will seek further playoff victories tonight and tomorrow night respectively while West Mid- -llesex, the county and District 10 Class C champ, sits hack with a bye through preliminary regionalu. Mercer swings into interdfstrict May tonight at Kane, meeting Rimersburg, District 9 winner. Carroll tangles with Berlin, Dis- .rict 5 victor, Tuesday night at the Pitt Field House. On tho same night District 10 champion Meadville tackles District 0 winner Kane (24-1) at the Farrell floor. West Middlesex, which trounced iykesville, of District 9, 72-42 Friday night, will -return to action next Monday against District 6 UUeholder Southmont. A-site has not yet been determined. Following its repeat victory in the Tri-County League, Mercer vhipped Conneaut Lake 56-49 in ntersectionnl competition and then edged Cirard 49-46 for the District 0 title. Rimersburg tripped Brock- vay Gl-43, edged Karns City 45-44 ind nipped Johnsonburg 57-56 on Ls Irail to the District 9 diadem. Farrell Clipped Washington 69-53. Rankin 65-43 and McKeesport '2-37 to gain the WPIAL crown. ttcadvillc halted Erie East and Sharpsville to win the District 10 honors for the Ihird straight s ea- on. Records of the teams: Farrell 24-2), Mercer (19-6) and Mead•Ille (26-1). If Meadville and Farrell are vic- orious they will move into regional skirmishes. Mercer would draw ^ bye into the Western Regional n March 23 against the Adams- "'orbcs-Irwiri winner. Parrel] would ne.ct Johnstown and Meadville vould clash with Pittsburgh West- nghousc this Saturday, March 20. Bradley Meets Southern Cal Perm State and LaSalle Clash In NCAA Semi-final Friday Farrell Loses Talbert Center Don Talbert of fihe cliamplonsliip Farrell High School basketball team is in Sharon Hospital after undergoing surgery for an ankle injury. Talbert suffered Injury last Friday as Farrell whipped MoKeosport for the Class A WPIAL, title, Kobort Coda will replace him in the lineup. PIAA PLAYOFFS WAA Playoffs at a (inacc Uy The ASSOCIATED* I'KMSS Today's Games Class A None Class B Interdistrict competition: Mount Pcnn (Dist. 3) vs. Schuylkill Haven (11) at Reading Ashley (2) vs. Athens (4) at Waverly, N. Y. • Forbes (5) vs. Adams (6) at Johnstown; and Rimersburg (9) vs. Mercer (10) at Kane. Class C None Saturday's Results CLASS A Dist. 3—Semifinal, York 52 Middletown 41. Dist. 8—Final, Pittsburgh West- inghouso 50 Pittsburgh Allegheny Class C District 11—Final, Mauch Chunk 63. Coplay 69 COLLEGIU BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED 1'KJSSS NIT Tournament Holy Cross 71 Duquesne 62 (championship) Niagara 71 Western Kentucky. 65 (3rd place) NCAA Tournament (quarter-finals) Southern California 66 Santa Clara 63 (two overtimes) Pcnn State 71 Notre Dame 03 La Sallo 6-1 Navy 48 Bradley 71 Oklahoma A&M. 57 NCAA Consolations N.C. State 65 Cornell 54 Rice 78 Colorado 55 Indiana 73 Louisiana Stale 62 Idaho State 62 Colorado A&M 57 NAIA Tournament St. Benedicts (Kan) 62 Western Illinois CC (championship) Sprjngfiold (Mo) 75 Arkansas Tech 61 (3rd place) Duquesne Cagers Given Welcome in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH w?i _ Duquesne University's basketball team, upset by Holy Cross 71-62 in the National Invitational Tournament finals, got a warm welcome last night upon its return from New York. Several hundred students and well-wishers greeted the team at the Greater Pittsburgh Airport. Later, the Alumni Association honored the team at a banquet. Coach Dudoy Moore received the Harvey Boyle award, presented annually to Pittsburgh's outstanding sports figure. Tho award is made by the Pittsburgh Chapter, baseball writers Association of Amer- KANSAS CITY W — Four surprise teams, whoso chances of appearing in collegiate basketball's annual climactic show wero considered rather slim, will fight it out for the NCAA championship 'this weekend. Coming up from, regional play. offs last Saturday arc the La Salic Explorers of Philadelphia, Penn State's Nittany Lions, Southern California's Trojans and the Bradley University Braves. Bradley, which upset Oklahoma Ac'M 71-57 at Stillwater, Okla,, and Southern Cal, 66-65 double overtime victor over Santa Clara at Corvallis, will meet in the first semifinal game Friday night. Penn State and -La Salle clash in the second game the same night. Penn State humbled Notre Dame, 71-63 at Iowa City. La Salle got to Navy 64-48 at Philadelphia. The finals are scheduled in Municipal Au'ditorium Saturday. Both Penn State and Bradley are at-large entries. Of the semifinalists, only La Salle was given much of a pre- tournament buildup. The Explorers were ranked 12th nationally in the Associated Press poll. Bradley, Southern Cal and Penn State didn't make the top 20. Penn State employed an effective shifting zone defense in snapping- Notre Dame's winning string at 38 games: Ed Haag's three set shots lato in tho third period were the deciding blows. All America Tom Gola and sophomore teammate Bob Maples got together to put La Salle into tho final playoff. Maples hit for only 13 points, but he got 8 of them early in the third period when the chips were down. Gola scored 22. NBA Roundup By THE ASSOCIATED PKE*S yesterday's Results (End of Season) Syracuse 113 New York 83 Boston 97 Philadelphia 92 Milwaukee 91 Rochester 53 Fort Wayne 91 Baltimore 86 Saturday's Results New York 67 Syracuse 60 Boston 97 Baltimore 85 Minneapolis 93 Fort Wayne 66 Rochester 77 Philadelphia 76 Tuesday's schedule (playoffs) Boston at New York Fort Wayne at Rochester -•<-) — --•.• p ""-VJlilJ^V* Jimmy Sheets, 1 8 .]U, Long Beach, Calif. (3). Awn. h'<"i only two O f ' n Kamos lnst ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS Serviced by Mechanics of Long Experience. See us about your next repair job Electronic Wheel Balancing Quick-Way Front End Alignment Mayer Motor Service 44-4G Clinton Street nio ,.,„ Since 1921—A Good Garage in a Good Town ' .1951 POKD fustum l ; iirtlor <i f>I. Itixlhi. 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