The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 24, 1947 · Page 5
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, March 24, 1947
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AP Sports In, Brief Pittsburgh minui the lervlcet of Hank Greenberg, who i« benched with a tore »rm, defeated the Boiton Braves 2 to 0 with - their probable starting lineup. . . . San Francisco defeated the New York Giants at Honolulu by a 5 to 3 score. . . . Eighty.five nominations have been received for the four stakes featuring the 11 day meeting starting April 1 at Bowie, which opens the '1947 Maryland horse racing season. • • • The first postwar national championship of the Union Print- craft International Golf Association will be held August 10-14 at Wisconsin Dells, Wis. . . . N a . tional singles champion Jack Kramer, of Los Angeles, defeated Bill Talbert, of Wilmington, Del., in the finals. . . . Doris Hart won from Shirley Fry and Kramer and Segura teamed up to win the doubles. . . . There's likely to be quite a reduction in the list of ranking U. S. amateur tennis players within the next few months if one can believe the word that is going around professional circles. . . . Marcel Cerdan, who is gunning for a shot at Tony Zale's middleweight championship, makes his second American start Friday night against Harold Green in a Garden 10 rounder. . . . That battle tops an otherwise fair card for the week. . . . Racing experts of four London Sunday newspapers tipped Bricett, a 22-1 shot to win the Grand National Steeplechase next Saturday at Aintree. . . . Brooklyn trounced the Cuban All-Stars 12 to 4, gathering 18 hits off three hurlers. . . . The Philadelphia Phils made it two straight over the Athletics, winning 3 to 0. ... Harry Brecheen, Murry Dickson and Howie Pollett combined to shut out the New York Yanks 3 to 0. ... St. Louis Browns lost 3 to 1 to the Brooklyn "B" squad. . . . Willie Joyce, negro welterweight, is a top heavy favorite to defeat Johnny Cesario tonight in the , Boston Arena. . . . Winning three first and sharing another, Illinois captured the team championship of the Purdue Relays with a 15^ point margin. . . . Bobby Locke defeated Sammy Snead 4 and 2 in an 18 hole exhibition match. VIC GHEZZI VICTOR Greensboro, N. C.. March 23 (/p) —Broad shouldered Vic Ghezzi, 1941 PGA champion, playing out of Kansas City, Kansas., put together rounds of 72 and 73 today to win the ?10,000 Greensboro Open Golf tournament with a 286 total, two over par for the 72 holes. Amateur Frank Stranahan. of Toledo who started the final 3G in the lead, finished second with 288 after rounds of 75 and 73. plf" For «r«ry ryp« ... * a CuilombiJ/ pfp* ... hand-craitW. 'n«2**k«. 15.00 to •*»"••*•••• j 15,00 4 | Have Your Car 1 Serviced Now j BEFORE THE I SPRING RUSH We Have a Large 1 Stock of Parts • \ s 3 .HASLACKER 1 MOTOR CO. i 5 Direct Factory Dealer | | Chrysler - Plymouth • 1 = = | 55 E. Baltimore St. Phone 827 | | SERVICE ENTRANCE | • on Locust Street 5 Clearspring Soccer Eleven Drops First Game 3-0 Ridgely Wins Soccer Game Clearspring Defeated In Opening Games of Series By A 3 To 0 Score Flashing a sensational brand of soccer, the Ridgely team, champions of Eastern Shore, scored a 3 to 0 victory over the Ciearspring eleven, Western Maryland champs, in the opening game of a two game series, yesterday afternoon on the Clearspring pitch. Throughout the first half neither eleven was able to score with each club turning in some spectacular soccer and each goalie making good saves. Ridgely Scores Twice Early in the third period the Ridgely team broke the deadlock when Bobby Kibler scored two beautiful field goals to give the Eastern Shore outfit a 2 to 0 lead going into the final Quarter. The final score 'vas registered midway i u the fourth stanza on a cross from D. Bennington which bounded from the foot of a Clear- spring back throug^ the net. Outstanding was the pass work of the Ridgely team with their star center and manager, Bobby Kibler, featuring the play. The final game' of the series will be played on the Ridgely pitch this coming Sunday, the contest getting under way at 2 o'clock. Lineups: W rotten Downs Wliarton Winstead Sipple llamninyer IX Bennijjgton K. Bennin&ton Kibler A. JBennlngton Jumps (.; LB RI-: LH CH. RK OL 1L OK Oil IR. Score by periods Hidg-ely Clear*[irltijc Sprecher R. .Mason E. Kelley B. Kelley Corn well Yeakle J. .Mason Repp Clopper Boyd Rowland 002 1—3 Q Q 0 Q Q Goals: Kibler 2. D. Benntng-ion, Substitutions: I.angrell, S pence 'Vrig-ht, Riddleberger. Trippi, G -raines. Newkirk. Weaver, Kreie-h Myers. Keferee: Bill Coughlln. Independent Loop Revises Schedule Circuit Will Open On May 4 and 18 Games Have Been Listed For Teams Officials and club representatives of the Washington County Independent Baseball League decided yest- rday to change from their fii%t announced intentions of playing a 27 game schedule to one calling for IS games with the season getting under way on Sunday May •}. Tae opening date with 'the "27 game schedule called for the opening on A.pril 27. By-laws for the circuit were revised and a copy of the new b}-- laws as well as the schedule will be mailed to the club presidents at an early date. It was voted to hold an All-StW game during the middle of the season for the benefit of the league and an open date has been provided for that contest. While the Weverton club still holds their league franchise they will play under the name of the Gapland Park Association this season and all ^games will be played on the Gapland diamond. Local Dogs Win In Field Trials Mt. Royal Cody, owned by Roger Q. Cook, this city, took down first place honors in the Open Derby Stakes in the field-trials, held at Pittsburgh yesterday. This was quite an honor as dogs from five states were entered in this event. Recently another of Mr. Cook's dogs was returned a winner in the Open Derby Stakes held at York, Pa. It was Mt. Royal Mike. CHARLES>OWN IS SEEKING CONTESTS Plans are going ahead for the opening of the baseball season of the Charles Town American Legion, Jackson-Perks Post N~o. 7f. and it is expected that play will start around June 1 with games being played at home every Sunday afternoon. Xo Saturday games will be played during the race meeting which will close around the middle of July. i\"ew uniforms have been purchased and teams in this section wishing games with the Charles Town aggregation should write Max Brown in care of the Charles Town Legion Home. Williamsport High losers In Finals Mt. Rainer Defeats Boys By 42-34 Score As Girls Lose To Gwynn Park 26-13 Williamsport High School ca- gers, boys and girls, were defeated in the finals for the western shore crowns on Saturday at College Park with the boys losing to the Mt. Rainer quint by a 42 to 34 score, and the girls dropping their tilt to Gwynn Park High sextet 26 to 13. The boys contest was a thriller right down to the finish with the teams deadlocked at the end of the first period 11 to 11 and at the half time Williamsport led 22 to 20. The- third period was defensively played with the clubs entering into the final quarter deadlocked at 27 all. Roach Scores Twenty ML Rainer flashed a neat brand of basketball in the final period to gain a commanding lead which Williamsport was unable to cut down. Eardley and Cole led in scoring. In the girls contest the Gwyun Park sextet h'elded a well balanced, tall aggregation that swept by the WilJiamsport defense with Roach showing the way with a total of 20 points. Crist led for the losers with 10. Lineups: WJllliitttsport C'oatn Ko»»l« Point* Cole, f ........... 4 o s Forsythe. f ...... i 3 5 Hanna. c ....... ... 2 3 7 Anderson, jf ...... 2 1 5 Eardley, g ....... 3 s 9 • Totals .......... 12 10 ."4 Non scoring — Morgan. K. Britner B. Britner. M*. rtnliirr Gonl* FouU Pofn<» Fiste. f .......... r, Watts, f ......... 3 Rrook.s. f ........ 2 Corkins. c ....... 4 Kogel, c ......... r, Myers, g. ......... 0 Howard, p ....... l 13 H n Totals .......... is Carter . . . Crist. Shilling 0 Citals Fouls Point* l o 2 1 l ToJtals 4 :, i:> Noil scoring:—Bloom. 'McCauIcy. Rider, Delauter. Mitchell. Fridinger -Mason. Britner. ' Gwynit Turk ft on Is Foul* Points McPherson •>, n 4 Dixon i o 2 Roach fl 2 20 Totals 12 2 26 N'on scoring-—Dulpy. Cross. Myers. FERA Cagers Score A Double Victory Cargoettes and Packets Defeat Rockville Aggregation In Fast Game A double victory was scored by the FERA basketball teams yesterday afternoon on the Rockville floor with the Cargoettes defeating the Rockville Rockettes 22. to 12 and the Packets annexing a tight one from the Rockville Legion 45 to 41. The win by the Cargoettes gave them a. record of S7 victories out of 97 games played in the last three years and the victory was more impressive in view of the fact thai the Rockettes had just annexed the tourney for Maryland teams that closed Saturday night. Diehl led the scoring attack for the Cargoettes while Giavque led for the losers. Deems and Murry stood out for the Packets in their win. Lineups: Cnrjrortto Goal* Fonl* Point* Diehl 5 1 1] \Vine 2 0 4 Hoch 3 l 7 Totals lf> 2 22 Xon scoring-—Banks. Middleton, Peterson. McLaughlin. Bachtell. Gearhart. Jackson. Rocketto* Goal* Fo«il« I'Mntw Giavque 3 0 g Kills l 0 2 Total? 4 \ 12 N r on scoring—Cline. Benson. Kelchner. Bullets Win Easy Contest Famed Baltimore Pro Team Toys With Legion Cager? In Winning Game 80-58 The Baltimore Bullets, famed pro aggregation of basket tossers, put on an exhibition yesterday afternoon at the Armory before a crowd of some 600 fans, when they took the Morris Frock Post No. 42 American Legion quint across by an 80 to 58 score. Never Were Extended It was the Bullets all the way and in the last half of the final period the visitors gave the fans a treat with their clowning, fast pass work and clever defensive play. At times the Bullets cut loose just to show the fans how and why they swept through 64 victories while only losing nine games, playing from coast to coast. Player-coach Buddy Jeannette gave all of the nine players making the trip to this city a shot on the hardwoods and none of the players disappointed the crowd. Cleggie Hermsen, former University of Minnesota star, standing 6 feet-S inches, had the crowd out of their seats with his dunking shots and those one hand push ups that are featured through the mid- west, while Mike Bloom and another of those tai: boys, playing but a few minutes, demonstrated how the "feeding play" operates. Lead All the Way Goldberg and - Fetitsch led the scoring for the Bullets while Harris, a newcomer to the Legion ranks, and Jeb Stewart showed the way for the locals. The Bullets took a 29 to 10 lead at the quarter and at half time were out front by a 55 to 27 count. In the third period they ran the score to 70 to 40 for the Legion and then coasted out the balance of the game. Lineups: Bullet* (>onlK !*otil* Point* Gulfstream Entries Goldberg, f.. Feutsc-h, f.. .leannetie. f. Hermsen. c. Bloom, i;... Kelly, g-.... V. Bock. g:... F. Bock, 5. Ahearn. K . TUals 1 12 10 S 10 Hum. f ......... (l Harris, f ........ S Stewart, c ........ 5 Welliver, c ...... 4 Lynady, K ....... S Leiter, g ........ i> 37 K SO ,1s Foul* Point* 1 1 2 IS 4 14 H Get Ready for Spring SPECIALS Tailored Seat Cover* Convertible Top. . SPECIALS UP Steam Clean and Pain t'chassi*".'.".".".".'.' v *.' $9.50 up Wheel Aligning »nd Balnncing Prame Straightening Fencfer »nd Body Repairs Fendix Undercoating and Sound Dcadener HESS AUTO BODY WORKS 500 Frederick Street Pnrket« Murray, f. Xeal. "f l .Deems, r 5 Zimmerman. K- •.. 1 Keller, jr 4 Gonln Konl* Point* ... s i n 10 Totals Ifi 13 45 iC^ion Goal* Foiil» P«>ini Carrasco. f fi 3 15 Creme. f 7 I 15 .Marty, c 1 1 3 Shukles. x 0 1 : Kak?r g i n 2 Hocker. p 2 1 5 Totals 17 41 EXHIBITION BASEBALL Boston r.\) 000 000 000—0 5 0 Pittsburgh (N)..010 000 3Ox—2 S 0 G. Elliott. Barrett and MRM and Camstli: Jloe. Strincevlch: Heintzelman ''and Jarvis. Brooklyn (X)....!00 100 001—3 !> 0 St. Louis (A) 000 100 000—1 S 1 Highp. Palica and Howell: Muncrief. Kramer nnrl Moss. Totals ---- . ..... 25 S 5S Officials — Met/ and Midrtleton. Cabineers Upset All-Star (agers Winners Rally In Third Period To Take Over Lead and Win Game 67 To 53 After trailing throughout the first half and four minutes of the third period the Uncle John's Cab- ineers came to life and started ringing in double deckers that set the City League All-Stars back on their heels and when the final gun sounded the Cabineers were returned victors by a 67 to 53 score yesterday afternoon at the Armory in a preliminary to the Legion-Bullets contest. Dorsey and Howard of the Cab- ineers put out \vl\h some of the highest caliber basketball that has been watched by the fans this season and between the pair they registered 30 of their team's points. Stars Take Lead "Tar" Weible and Carey stood out in the play of the All-Stars -R-ho were, minus a pair of players who had been-counted on to aid in turning back the Cabineers, namely Deems and Keller. At the end of the opening: period the Stars led by a 17 to 13 count and the half ended with the Stars out front by a 27 to 16 score. In the third period the Cabineers ran wild and the teams went into the final period with the Stars trailing 52 to 4S. Lineups Aaron, f Smith, f Dorsey. f Ho \vard. c S. Hankey, p.... 4 Totals All-S«ar* T. Wei hie. f Snrrannn. f 0 .Fryer, f i Carev. r.. 0 •R. \\>iblo. c 4 Mart in. p: s O. Hankey. p n Morris, fir 0 .. 27 13 fiT flonln Font* Points 1 11 St. Louis (N). ...nnf) 00] 200 3 7 o Xe\v York (AK..OOO 000 000—0 4 1 Brecheen. Dickson. Toilet and rnjriola. TVjJhur; Reynolds. Byrnp and Niarhos. Pilvestri. IMroit. (A) 000 JOO 005.. K IS 1 Washington (A) 000 111 103 — 7 ? o ^Kretlo-v. Corsica nnd Umlia; «ynn. Maslcrson and Mancuso. FarrclJ. Chioag-o fXr,") 600 003 200—11 10 4 Oakland (PCD 001 000 001— 2 ? 4 Wysc. KMsh arul MoCullonph Schcfflnp; Pippen. Hafey. Specr and TCrurnondi, (X) TOO 001 100—3 3 0 Philadelphia (A) 000 000 000—0 4 2 .lurisich and S^minick; . f"hriytorihor anrt Rnsar. SEAT COVERS $14.50 up Reichard's Garage 24 W. Antfetam St. Totals 13 15 53 Officials—Ug-htener and Ug-htner. MANAGEMENT EASY FOR PACKET FIVE The FERA Packets gave the Faircbild Management a going over on Saturday night on the Armory court, the final score being 63 to 38. The winners took an early lead in this annual affair and were never threatened with every member of the team registering double figures in scoring with the exception of Xeal. Deems Maying for the management showed the way with 12 points. Lineups: Murray, f N>al. '(.., GonN Foul* FIRST — year and up Happy Prince xOur Best xAlbatross Dolomlle xHarcl Facts xPari-Joe Contortionist Drum Fire 12,300; claiming; four; seven furlongs. My Esther 10S 115 xl-Yee 103 Speech 114 xSunawaiia 110 112 Bottom Rail 110 113 Restless 110 107 x.Topier xArthur J 114 110 War Scandal 103 SECOND—J2.400: ..._ year and up; six furlonfjs. Pour Queens 107 Escort Senator C 117 xGrantay Xewtown in Neri Canron Neat & Tidy 107 Sinelnu French Lure 107 Light Three O Set In Five 1U xllefeu-hk xStatic 110 Mel Indian loan Elsie 108 Navy Flyer foui 11: 107 119 11,1 107 110 110 117 THIRD — $2,300; claiming; two- .war; four furlong's. Emphasis 117 xOay Blush \l r> Varmouth Flare Odd Pigeon Dreamful xApria Dottie C Vi-Birt 117 117 117 112 117 117 117 FOURTH—$2,300 year; one and one- Parhelion 120 Scotch Double 120 Penetrator 120 x.Mi.s.s- Galbu Galbuc 110 Chantoosy UF. Danna Like 120 x.Munster 110 xGround Siprnal 110 J lolly Lady No Melody x.Mark liK'ht Mary Like ReCi Rose Play Eda Romance Hill 117 in 112 117 117 117 117 120 maiden; tlirce- sixteenth mile.*. Omaha Bound Chips Down Sheer Silk 11 5 Romping- 11.1 Hash Call 11 U xReno „•# Cpstart" 115 FIFTH— 52,300; year; six furlongs. xCardijran 107 Town Betty 110 claiming; three- 110 113 Taters Rebuke xPortward Do It Easy 1JI Vera Connelly 110 117 105 10S Vitesse Stud Poker Break It Up 101) xHypnotizer 116 xFlame of India 111 Gay ward US Kalarney 10!> Shush 124 2.r>00: ciaimintr; four- one and one-sixteenth 119 121 Komanock Yankee 11!> " Raidfr 106 Foxy Reap xDeserc Ration 119 116 11 K SEVENTH—S year and up; miles. xAnvelt She! tie Jnsta Note xHefrexh xCherry Win* East Light na xColtl Blast 114 EIGHTH—J2.300; claiming; foin-- year and up; on: and three-eig-htli Red Fox IIS x.Tanesri 10' Histrionic 115 -cVaUlina aMusical R ex 104 Comedy 111 xDamion's aMercy Maid lo' Angpl U2 Fond Hopes 112 Pilot Star llfi Persian Helen's Day 110 Rug- m xMark- bMolnsses ability m RJH jp bWinnpearl 109 xGalacrv 104 Gun Flak 115 aRan-o Stable and G. M Crump ntry. bMrs. y ' Phillips and Colsate Farm entry. xFive pounds apprentice alloiv- ance claimed. i>ost. 2 p. m. Eugene McDonald, Michigan State College freshman wrestler from Tulsa, won the 1946 Oklahoma high school championship in the 121-pound class. Trygve Lie. secretary-general of the United Nations, is an English setter enthusiast. He maintans a kennel in his native Norway. "Eddie" Semler Is Elected To Post Athletic Director of Hagerstown High New Chairman of First District H. Edwin "Eddie" Semler, athletic director and head football coach at Hagerstown High School was elected chairman of the' First District of the Maryland Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation at their annual spring meeting held Saturday at the Hagerstown High School. Miss Rosemary Burtuer, of South Potomac Junior High was elected to the position of secretary. The first district comprises Garreti, Allegauy, Frederick and Washington counties. Forty-two coaches, athletic direc- iQrsjLmi.Kuests attended the full day session with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kendall, physiotherapists at the Children's Hospital, Baltimore; Jim Tatum, athletic director and head football coach at the University of Maryland; Charles Havens, athletic director at Western Maryland College; Jean Tenney Gray, former women's national archery champion and Harry Eavey, physical instructor at the local Y..M.C.A. were the principal speakers for the day at the various clinics which included physiotherapy, football, baseball, archery and swimming. No definite selection of the next meeting place or time- was made at Saturday's sessions. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. SEVEN .Monday, >l«rch 24, 17)47. THE Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS Saturday night on the Armory court the FERA Carsoetles defefat- ed the Waynesboro Y girls in easy fashion, the final score heing 39 to 16. The visitors were held to a pair of field goals during the entire contest, so good and tight was the guarding of the Cargo- ettes. Lineups: "nrjfiipnr* fionlw KonJx Point* Ur.ehl j i 2 24 \V r inf> 4 j^ "3 Midrlleton 2 o 4 Hoch i o 2 .Von .soormgr — Ranks. Peterson. k'LauKhlin, Biuimg.irdner, Gear- hurt, Jackson. \V/i.vnrNl]or<i ContK Fonlji T'olnfN Noodle n j j Rohrbnngh .... •* 7 n Gotshirll 0 :t s Kanffmnn o i \ Totals . .. ." 2 12 Ifi Noil woritig-—HaiiKli. SnioVr. Bon-" ' McClcrtry; Miller, McClain. MEN'S WORK SHOES $3.95 U P J. R. R. BLACK 17 W. Franklin St. Ph. 4295-J The Baltimore Bullets, one of the greatest teams ever to show on (he Hagerstown Armory court, or for that matter on any court in this city, rang down the curtain on the 1946-47 local American Legion quint's season before a crowd of fans which failed to come up to expectations. Player-coach Buddy Jeannette gave every member of his squad a chance to display their wares and show the fans just why they are rated -as the outstanding pro team in the country. They had height, reach and keen eyes for the cords. They had team work, their passing was excellent and their guarding was of the highest caliber. Some of the shots that they turned in bordered on the impossible and while the Legion gave their best, no one expected the locals to win or even make it close. In closing their season Business Manager Emory Wolfe gave .the facts straight from the shoulder when he announced prior to the start of the game that the team was a losing proposition this season but the Legion would be back next season playing none but the best in the game and that throughout the spring and summer months the Legion would continue to foster sports along the lines of softball and junior baseball. Baseball diamonds as well as the golf course received a good play yesterday from those sport lovers who are anxious to get going. The Fountain Head course was well played and practically every team entered in the Washington County Independent League had squads out working. In fact the younger generation came in for a looksee as they had. out their kites and were enjoying that sport as well aj> the older folks who aided in getting the flying jobs into the air. Not one of the Washington County High School basketball teams who gained the western shore finals were able to come through and annex a title. The WilHamsport boys lost in the class D division to Mount Rainer by a 42 to 34 score and the Gwyin Falls sextet defeated the Williamsport girls 26 to 13. In the class B division the Greenbelt High girls de- INSURANCE ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer, Jr.. AIMC. Colonial Theatre Bldg. Ph. 538 feated the Boonsboro girls by a 35 to 31 count. Westminster won the class B boys honors by downing Hyattsville and the • Westminster girls annexed their title by defeating Bladensburg. Kenwood High took class A honors among the girls and Allegany High won the class A honors for the boys. Lee Myers, veteran groundkeep- er, who always placed the Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball diamond, in shape for the Interstate Leaguers, is expected to get down to work at the Municipal Stadium the middle of this week. Myers will have the diamond as well as the outfield in shape by the time the Owls gather to start their spring training which will get under way on April 7. Myers is an artist at his work having learned the business while working for the Philadelphia National League-club. — This weekend the FERA Car- goettes invade the big city meeting the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. sextet, either in New York or Newark and then they move on to Waterbttry, Conn, where they are entered in the Eastern States tourney. Should the Cargoettes win on Saturday night in their opening game in Waterbury they will remain over and finish out the tourney on Sunday. The sound of the baseball against hickory is certainly pleasing to the ears", a lot .better than shoveling snow—Cood Morning. FRANK COLLEY WE WILL MAKE *' YOUR CAR LOOK LIKE A MILLION DOLLARS! » • Car Washing • Polishing "For the Life of Your Car GO GULF" Gulf Service Station R- C. Sellman 31 N. Jonathan St. OPEN TILL 9 OLD THOMPSON TASTES BETTER because It's Keller, F Totals MnnnjjemMU CJoa Heons, f Goodwin, f Goodwin, K 1 Fitz.' p. ...'..'.'.'.».. Totals scoring*—Ro] Point* 12 fl 2 0 S 10 .IS Tillow. An- —. nw grottj. Clinton. T.okey. RrownIng-- Cape Horn was originally named Hoorn after a Dutch seaport 11 OW , IBOMPSO^ Fin* old Glenmore whiskies are blended with the choicest grain neutral spirits and then WED-IN-THE-WOOD... pu f fcocJc info fearreff to a«ur« o perfecf union of fhese famous oVsfi/Jafions. 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