Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 13
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Phone 4600. for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 19-18 . THIRTEEN Kentucky Remains Undefeated, Stopping Tulane Quintet Wildcats Win 5147 Thriller Notre Dame Trims Navy North Carolina -Slate "j Player Sent Home, By TED MEIER NEW YORK— (#3—Mighty Ken tucky turned back last night another challenge to its ' colleglati basketball supremacy. This time 1 •was previously-' unbeaten' Tulane •which had-pointed nearly'a, year for its meeting with the NCAA champs The score was Kentucky 51, Tulane *7. , . -•.• ' • For 15 minutes a crowd of 7,450 a' the Louisville Armory thought the Greenies might do it. But Kentuckj rallied to .take a 19-18 lead and p'ulled away to a 44-30 advantage early In the second i.alf.' ^' : • •'Tulane, led by JinrRiffey, chopped this down to only three points with three minutes left. Kentuckj lroze.the ball in the last two.intn- utes to keep the lead. Get Another Chance Tulane, which numbered a- strong Texas quintet among its earlier •victims, gets another crack at Kentucky in the Sugar Bowl tourney al - New. Orleans next week and perhaps a third chance in the 'Southeastern Conference tourney nexl March.- The •victory. was unbeaten Ken. tuckyV. seventh straight and Tulane's. first defeat in nine 'starts. LaSalle and .Temple turned in triumphs in a doubleheader be- iore 2,839 at Philadelphia. LaSalle .Eept its. unbeaten string Intact by "• shipping Georgia Tech, 67-59, after Temple had nipped Colorado, 51-50. A field goal and free throw by _ Eddie Lerner in. the last 35 seconds "-gave Temple its .-victory. - Xotre Dame Till Notre £ bame dunked Navy, 70r62, "•nd Chicago Loyola walloped 'De_"Paul. 56-44, before 8,627 In a Chi- T.cago doubleheader. It was Notre -Pame's fourth straight win and the L._third setback for the touring Navy ' Quintet. ,• Unbeaten Purdue, Minnesota and •- Bradley all kept their records- clean. ~ Purdue trimmed Drake, 54-47: : Min- aesota trampled St. Marj-s 'of Call, "fornia, 52-42; and Bradley whipped 7 I/js Angeles Loyola, 60-50. Pitt bounced back from its Tues-<Jay night defeat to wallop Miami " of Florida, 80 to 48, and shatter •-jMiami's unbeaten mark in declsiv.e " fashion. .. .... , ..._.- - . . "•"California;'Loses . ,- a, . ..•• '.- **• On the Pacific-Coast, Ohio"-State - again licked California, 68-64, while ,„ .Wyoming took Oregon, 5G-51. - •' Iowa nosed out Texas Christian, 47-46, in an. overtime struggle at >'- Iowa City, la. while at Syracuse, ' N. Y. Syracuse walloped Iowa State, 67-45, behind Jack 'Kiley's 31 points. and Mary started a new Vinnlng streak by trouncing' Al- bright, 73-54, af Beading, Pa. Morth Carolina State; Southern Conference champs now touring-the •-Pacific Coast, lost the services of . Jirst string guard Eddie Bartels: . Coach Everett Case announced Bar_ tels bad'.been dropped from the -•squad because of an Infraction of training'rules. Case termed the dis- .. missal 3. "disciplinary action." He declined to give any details. I Cardinals Compile ..Best Fielding Mark NSW YORK—W—The St. Louis Cardinals, for the- third straight - year, compiled the best team-fielding " mark in the National League for the - •1948 season. " Manager Eddie Dyer's Red Birds - fielded .980 as a unit; and made the ""fewest errors, 119 according to final official averages released today. ': The Pittsburgh .Pirates finished sec- -ond with a .97,7 mark and the pent. ojant winning Boston Braves third at 576. •" ' • . .„... The last place Chicago Cubs ac- cepted t£e most chances, 6,049, made .-the most assists, 1,810, and also led ~ln double plays, 152.^The.Philadel- .. phia Phillies made the most errors " -210 and had the worst fielding rec- "ord., .964., - ' •^ • Sw Louis' pitching staff figured "prominently In the individual rec- 'ords. Seven Cardinal hurlers who appeared in 10 ormore games-came -op with'perfect records. ~\ /Little .Murry-Dickson 'topped ths '"league by accepting 63 chances with'- out a. boot. Al Brade, Harry Bre- cheen and Red Munger of the Cards •'trailed Dlckson in that order. "All "•told 34 pitchers who took part in -10 or more games came up with •; perfect records.. The leaders in the remaining po- •" sitions are: First base, Efi Stevens, ' Pittsburgh, 336; Second base, Jackie ~ Robinson, Brooklyn, .979; Third- base, Sid Gordon, New York. .948; , Shortstop, Marty Marion, St. Louis, - .374; Catcher, Phil Masi, SBoston; ,,.988; outfield, Jeff Heath, Boston, -- 591 and Whltey Lockraan, New York _. and Prank Baumholtz, Cincinnati, - -587. KENTOCItY'-XCLANE ACTION—Wallace Jones. (Kentucky) was too late-to prevent'Tulane's Melvln.payton.from scoring, but. Ken-' tucky won 51-47. Also shown in' the game at Louisville,. Ky., last night ."are Virgil 'Eisner (22) and Hal Peck (21) of Tulane. Ralph Beard (12) of Kentucky is partly.obscured by Jones. * • How Many Points Did We Win By, Mac? Gamblers Still Harassing Reporters For Gage Results •NEW YORK—(/P)—It was several years'ago when betting on'college basketball games .was bcgining to move into the realm, of big business. The telephone rang many, times that night but we- remember .one conversation vividly. A voiqe with a rich, deep Brook- lyhese accent asked: "Say, bud, can you tell me how Acorn made out tonlght?"- Acorn? Never heard of it. "Acorn! Acorn!" the voice snapped impatiently, "Acorn". and he Panelli Says 'Could Be' :,To Yankee Pro Grid Offer r SANTA CLARA, Calif.— 0tf— Notre Dame Fullback John Panelli, said --today he had a wire from owner -Dan Topping of the .All-America Ncw York Yanldes offering to top .any" bid made him -by a National » League Club. •^ Panelli is here for the East-West Shrine Game New Year's Day in '"I'San Francisco. - Asked if he was Interested, Panelli ^...grinned and said: • "Could be." • . . JVIoose Cagers To Meet rRerenuers At St. Peter's l. The Lo3 - al Order of .Moose will ~clash with the Original Revenuers ...tonight on the SS.-Peter and Paul —court at 9 o'clock. ,.' Coach Jim Angellatta of . the -Moose- announced last night that . Halph Twigg and Bob Herboldshimer -will officiate. • The Moose won thur last game, - -50-26, over the.Local 'United Rubber ""Workers. spelled it out "A-K-R-O-N," Oh," Akron? .Why do you .want to know how they made out, .anyway? 'I'm an alumhouse of the school. This is a tradish-a big game for us." An. alumnouse? Well, okay, Acorn won. We hung up. . • A few seconds later the telephone rang .again. . . "Hej-, bud. on that Acorn—how much did they win by." . That 'call',-was the,-forerunner of ;housands 'of other- similar calls- calls that have .'greyed and thinned the hair of hundreds of sportswriters and,thousands:of telephone operators in newspaper' offices from coast to coast. It marked the advent of the point system or-betting on college games. Who won didn't-matter but it-was by how;,much.; It-has stepped up he' '.'action" oh'.games'where' one ;eam Is a'heavy .•favorite"'over,an-, ither.' Points>make the difference. For instance .Razzmo -Tech is playing Slobodko Poly. Razzmo Is •riade a 14 point favorite. Razzmo vlns by only 13. That means those vho wagered on Slobodko won the The bookmaker under this system is only casually interested In tile mlcome., HE takes the bets either, way . and makes you lay' 8 to 5. On a $50 bet, for instance, he col- ccts $120 and pays out only. $110. The ten profit,'and a very landsome one, at that. The betting is wide spread. The xjokies' "line" 1 ' generally includes ome 20 games .or so.each.-day .with a choice of games from coast to :oast. ••...The result has been a deluge of alls -for 'scores. During the .war, gamblers used all kinds of dodges to get scores. These alls.were swamping switchboards. There were alleged sergeants, lieu- enants, generals, admirals, captains, .nd general's, secretaries. Generals Eisenhower and MacArthur- should nly know how rr.any^ mess sergeants hey had. making 'telephonic in- uirles. Only a few "privates" called. Mostly the boys like to throw their ank around. . • . Generally we. asked for their elephone numbers and said we vould call back and. 99 times out of hundred, the "general" or."lieuten- nt". would mutter something,about "wise guy' and hang up. '. Then .theres- always -the give-a- inger-take-j'our-hand-Eruy. He'll- ask or just-one score.'His-life depends n it, so please wiliya? You-'break the rule'against giving cores -and let him have that "Just ne." Right, back- he comes with "please,, how about just four more basketball scores and one hockey result, huh-" So there, are a. few reasons why we don't give out scores on the telephone any more. Of course, the f act; that no one. could get any work done while the telephne was ringing -like a pinball machine gone haywire, had a little something to do with it.' Louis-Walcott Movies To Be Shown At Ainvets Athletic Chairman Norman Gcr- deman of the Cumberland Arr.vets announced last night 'that the Am- vets will show movies .tonight at the club's-home on Baltimore Street at 9 o'clock.. The movies will include the Joe Louis-Joe -Waleott fight,., highlights of the 1947 football and basketball season and the 1948 World Series. . A club.: seting will be held before the • movies. hogged- the gridiron 'real estate honors. Individually it was Stan Heath of Nevada and Fred Wendt of Texas Mines. Heath accounted Jfor four season'high.marks- and. Wendt two. Consequently, Nevada claimed three team.-marks, and Texas Mines four for 1948 single game performance. Both players and their schools dominated cumulative offensive figures for the season. 'On the single-game basis, Heath (!}• made the most' rushing and passing yards, • against Sail Jose State, 337; • (2) the most passing yards, .327, against Oklahoma City University;-.the most pass completions, 22. against Tulsa; and (4) the most touchdown passes, 5, against Oklahoma City. New Mexico A&M was Wendf's patsy. His 327 rushing yarHs against ;hem was,a record,.as-,well. as.the 42 points he scored—six touchdowns and six-conversions," which helped earn him, the year's scoring championship with 152 points. .Two others managed to travel the :ength of the field three times in a single game. All-America Charlie Justice' of North Carolina went through'"and- over Georgia for 304 yards, getting ,106 on the .ground ind. 198 upstairs. .Walker Jones of Wyoming traveled. 303.yaras,agaLast the Colorado Aggies. Sports Mirror • (By The Associated Press) TODAY A YEAIt. AOO—Kentucky defeated. St. John's of Brooklyn In !;ii!ikc'.- ball Kt MndUon Square Gnrden, 52-40, TIIREE YEARS AGO—.vlneiy-nlno tlircc- ycnr-olds were named lor the J100,000 Snntn Anita Derby. 3TVE- YEARS AGO—Great Lakes' last mlnuxc deleiu of Notre Diime was-voted the No. I surprise of the year In AP poll, TEN YEARS AGO—Mildred • (Babe) Dld- rlksoa married Babe Zaharlas, the -wrestler. -. • Try Our Complete ONE - STOP • SERVICE Mechanical and Body Work See "Dal" Miller - CUMBERLAND LINCOLN-MERCURY 828 N. Mechanic St. .Tel. 544C Ridgeley Will Play Backshop At <Y> Tonight Baltic For Third Place Features YMCA Loop, . Reserves Meet Cresap YMCA SENIOR LEAGUE STANDING OF THE TEAMS IV. Tct. 1.000 .830 .GOT Ml .333 .280 .280 Ml Heath and Wendt Hog Grid Honors NEW YOKK— (/P)—The National Collegiate Athletic Bureau totted up its annual single-game and longest play statistics today, and a constant reader of these dispatches- should have no difficulty guessing who and the -league leading' Cumberland Cumberland Legion Amvcts 5 !i?eley Lcfrlon 4 2 B & O Bnclcuhops ...... ** 2 Maplcsldc 2 4 Marine Reserves '1 5 B. P. O. Elks 2 '5 Naval Reserve 1 s Cresap Park 1 5 GAMES TONIGHT '7:1&—Naval Reserve vs. Cresap Park S:15—Hldgcley vs. B & O In .the feature game tonight in the Central YMCA Senior Men's League the B. & O. Backshop wiU exchange baskets with the Ridgeley American Legion on, the VY" court at 8:15. Both teams now have league records of four victories against two setbacks. The winner of tonight's contest will take over sole possession of third place In. the loop. • In the opening game tonight at 7:15 the Naval Reserves will clash with Cresap Park. Tie WiU Result The winners of this contest will jo into a three way 1 tie with the Marine' Reserves and the B.P.O. Eiks- for sixth place. Both teams have won' one game and lost five. Clifton Van Ro'oy, league president, announced last night that the Cumberland, Amvets and Mapleside Merchant's game has been postponed.' The two teams will meet on a later date. . • Last night 'the Ridgeley passers dropped their second game of the season when they were defeated by the Amvets by the score of 32-2G, Markson's 'Star' Garden Show To Feature Three Newcomcers By JACK HAND NEW -YORK— VP)— Harry Markson's search for now talent to bolster sickly fight gates at Madison Square Garden has resulted in no nll-stav show for Jan. 14 'featuring three brilliant newcomers -- Vince Foster of Orr.oaha, Roland; La Starza of New York-and Lil Arthur King of Toronto: When Markson took over ns director cf thn Twentieth Century Sport-1 Mack Observes 86th Birthday; Organized AL PHILADELPHIA — (/P) — Connie . Mack, the grand old gentleman of! in? Club,'he announced the -door I baseball, observed his 8Sth birthday was wide open for new fighters I today. And the nicest present anyone 'offer him' would, be 'an out- Irom any section of the country, i Foster, La Starza and King scored j c _ terrific hits in semi-finals on thejflejaer'who could swat the ball IH..E' last three Garden shows. Markson'j. coup ] e 0 £ gents Connie had'on Ms rewarded all three by moving them: olubs la tne pas t. • into an aJ-star show. ' T,-,,;,,™- ir™ Wins Unanimous Decision Foster, a. good-looking 1 kid with a sock, impressed local fans recently by overcoming the handicap o" a severely cut eye to batter Tony Mis- tovich of Youngstown, Ohio, for a unanimous decision. Now he meets tough Tony Pellone of New York in the 10-round star bout. La Starza, unbeaten in 28 pro figiits, "arrived" Dec. 10; when he got up off the floor twice to stop Gene Gosney, Semiiiole, Okla., Heavyweight .in" the semi to the Ezzard Charles-Joe Bafcsi bout..Markson has paired 21-year-old La Starza with Jimmy Kyans .of Brooklyn in an eight-rounder. La Starza defeated Evans in a, six-rounder at-the Garden late in 1947. King, only 22, is the -best looking •prospect to show here 'in nlany a year. He polished off Tony La, Bua or Ozone Park, N. Y..with a third round knockout on. the semi to the Sandy Saddler-Tcwy Young main event. Moves Hands Fast The Toronto lad moves his hands faster than any newcomer in the Legion racked up its eighth straight j business and is particularly adept - • • •• 'with his left.-As he is n. stablemate of lightweight champion Ike Williams, he can't aim for that crown league victory by trimming (Continued on Page. 17) the Accident Spills Friendsville, 25-21 ACCIDENT — Accident High knocked Friendsville from the undefeated ranks here last night with a 25-21 victory in. a Garrett County League contest. .Paul Hone led the winners with nine points on four baskets and • a foul toss while Robinson and Frazee had seven polnts'eacn for the losers'. _ . __.-.. , „ -pi The-two teams missed a total.of 26 Davis Wildcats To Play foul shots in 35 attempts. Accldent;Al alnll j[. Seek Third Wbl had ten baskets to FrlendsvJJle's | eight. '. ' "" ' ' .-Friendsville High's girls, team remained unbeaten with, a 32-7 victory over the Accident sextet' in until Ike moves up another notch to the welter, class. King has been matched with Willie Peltram,' a toughie from Brooklyn, in another fight on the Jan. 14 show. This card may not pack'them In at the Garden but it could provide sure fire main attractions for.later shows. With the fight game leaning heavily on shopworn veterans, this should be a healthy shot in the arm to a sick trade. SOUTHWEST Texas Tech 05. MurshaJl (W. Vn.) 8< Texus . ABglen 57,. Southwestern Oklahoma. Tech-3D .' the preliminary. Accident (Jfi) Hone, t ' Turney, c Frntz, £ Savage, r The lineups: F 0-2 J-1 2-5 1-2 1-3 5-16 Davis High's Wildcats will go after their third victory in four starts this season in a game against their Alumr.i tonight at Davis. Conch Weider Pell's Wildcats hold 44-22 victories over bo IK Clrclcvillc ar-.d Grcenbank while the loss was '« a 39-3 G decision to Fort Hill. 1 Moorefield High will tackle its Alumni on Christmas night. Totals 10 .Non-scoring; tubs—Sislcr ind Hurman. TiItnflsvlHs (21) ' G ' F Pts. Sclby, I ' 1 " 1-3. ,...3 Friend..! .........^.'.'..'O :i-5-•:,-.! Cnntncl. o 1 1-1 / J Rt)bln«ln, n ' I"" ' 7 rruzec, K 3 l-tl j: Totals 8 , 5-20 II Non-scoring sub—Humborson. . Kolercc—Grim. . Trying For 48 Years "But you don't get anything for nothing," Mr. Mack observed with the assurance of. a man who has been trying to get something and give up little for 48 years. There's nothing wrong with Mr. Mack's 1949 edition of Philadelphia Athletics that a home run hitter like Poxx or Al Simmons.couldn't correct. "We made money this year," Connie remarked, "and I'm willing to pay plenty for players. But no•body wants to deal that way. Every-, body wants .players in- return." Hero To Young and Old The diamond veteran, still a hero to young and old throughout the land, can look back today on a career packed with more memories than 'most any other • dozen men pu; together. • | He'was bom in East Brookfleld,! Mass., and spent his early days making shoes. Then he decided to become a baseball player and took up catching. After a brief playing career in which he earned the nickname, "Slats," because of his tall, sparse physique; Mr. Mack,became a manager. He helped Ban Johnson organize the American-League In 1901. Later on be became a club owner and realtor of'-.sorts. He owns the Athletics . and,-Shibe Park — "The House-That Mack Built." NO SECRETS—Jasper Jaskul. ski, five-foot seven-inch guard, requires a word- along 'to. Marquette's' six- foot eight-inch center. Prank McCabe. Outdoor Club Will Hold Annual Bowling Tourney The Cumberland .Outdoor Club Lonaconing Quint Wallops All-Stars LONAC O.NI-NG—Lonaconing's American. Legion cagers opened their 1948-49 season 1 here last night.with a 56-32' triumph over the Trl-Towns All-Stars on the Central High court. Gus Prizzell and -Babe .Johnson, members, of .the Cumberland Dukes pro cage team and Johnny. Meyers, an ex-Duke,player, hooped a total of 36 points to pace the- Legion; Karlewitz with ten points and Bav- enscroft with .nine topped the All- Stars. Teams interested In playing the Legion'should contact Harry Sallada Men's Bowling League-will hold its-at Lonaconing 4871. ^The lineups: tournament at the 0 ' annual bowling tournament at the] Kelso bowling alleys, Sunday, beginning at 1 p.m. The singles matches will'be heldi™. 1 " first, followed by the doubles matches. Handicaps, will be given each bowler so that the bowlers will-be evenly matched. Following the tournament, the 'oowlers will be entertained with a buffet luccheon, served in the club rooms on Baltimore Street. All bowlers are eligible who have rolled in the Men's League this season. Meyers, c 7 iThomu SOUTH Kentucky Sl.-.Tulnno 47 BnUIniorf! Loyolo. OG, Detroit S3 Pitt 80, Miami (Florldii) 48 orr,, ff sab sul? TJmm:y, Grl:it!Ie. Cnmoron, sub Totals Tri-Tou-ns All-Stars Ward, : Willis, I P.avcnscroft, c . 3-5 2-4 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 0-1) 0-0 8-15 F 3-3 0-0 3-6 0-0 2-5 50 rtj. 1'Ol.Rl.l Officials—Brown und Iliilfilon. FAR 1VESX Ohio Stutc. 68. California M ,8-:6 Borowy Joins Philadelphia Pitching Staff Hank Happy To Be Evicted From Cubs' r Doghouse PHILADELPHIA. — W —' Hank Borowy let it v known today thai, he's mighty • happy he was', evicted' from the Chicago Cubs' doghouse to become a tenant 1 la the Philadel- • phia Phillies' pitching box. Hank .was part of .the iour'-player swap that brought Eddie Waitkus to the-Phils and sent Dutch, Leonard and'Walt" Dubiel to the Cubs-this month. .- ' ' ;:• • •( '",' Borowy admits he "sulked' a little" over the way Cub Manager. Charley: Grimm. 1 used'him last season, but insists he is nowhere near finished as a, winner despite a wretched record of five victories and 10' losses -last season. . ' '•'•'•. ' , Vitch In Turn The 30-year-old.righthander put it this 1 way: "I like to pitch..-Jn turn, and feel that I can pitch .my own game without hah* a dozen people telling me what to.throw and how to "Haw it. • •.. . • . •'•••' "Last E-ramer I'd start one day and the next day I'd relieve if .we were in-a. tight game and-the next day I'd finish 'a game that was hopelessly lost. "I'm glad I was traded .to.the- Phillies. They need pitchers and I want to pitch." . : " Borowy,. the. Fordham. University graduate from Bloomfield; N. J.,. broke into the major leagues with the New-York Yankees. In-.1942 and was a mainstay of the pitching staff that-helped the-Yanks to pennants in 1942 and ; 1943.- Surprising. Move . Then in one of tUe-most.-surpris- ing . moves, in 'baseball' history," Borowy was sold to the Cubs.-to midseason of '45 • for a; reported $100,000. He-wen 11 and lost two for the Cubs> and -led them to the. National League flag-that'year. But, says • HarJc,. he into Grimm's doghouse'1947." "I used to get a blister'-on'the middle finger of my pitching hand.' he said. "Whenever I got in trouble I gripped the 'ball too tightly. They had doctors put stuff on.-it and made' me take different'kinds.of medicine but the stuff-they-put-on my finger-made it worse. '"'•-' "I.argued with them didn't do any good. I was-never a.Prima. Donna but some of the front office boys may have : thought-1 was." MIDWEST Kotr» Dame 70. Xftvy W . •' i ' Minnesota S2. St.- Mary'i (Calif.). •<> Bradley 60, LOK: Angeles Loyo!*.. 50 Purdue to, Drelic; 47 Town 47, Tc.xnj Cbrtstlttn « Lawrence Tech 00, SoiHIl .Cnrolinn. M KASX . William & Miry 73, jObrlcht «4 LaSnllo 67, Georgia Tecli M . 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