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TWELVE' EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 30.. 1948 Phone 4600.for • WANT AD. Taker Frank March 13 Of Basketball Award Affair FootballCoachOf Notre Dame Tenth Speaker A t K. Of C. Event " Frant Leahy, the University ot Note' Dame's, celebrated football coach, will be the principal spaker - at the annual.Knights, of Columbus bashctbal! Sportsmanship Award ' • affair in March. This was announced today by ~~ James F. Browning and J. Paul ^,. Nose, co-chairmen of the K. of C. —• committee in charge of the tenth "**•, annual event. ^« • The affair wl!l be-held Sunday, -£ March 13, but the site, has not yet ~^ "been determined. -The award is held ~* to honor the "Greater Cumberland" -•-•> high school basketball player dis- •v 'playing the highest degree of'Sports- •„« maaship during the season. ,. , -» ' Lnjack Here Last Year '."?» At last year's dinner, Johnny —- Lnjack, onetime Notre Dame star • r and. now a quarterback on the Chi>; e»go Bear pro- football team, was -? "the principal speaker. Bill 1 Brehany, -»- Bidgeley High, was declared-winner Bouts. He is now a South Bend insurance agent • and was elected to the Indiana State legislature, as a representative, In 104G. . . 'An Iconoclast as far- as. systems go, Leahy adheres to the Bockne or'Notre Dame system as far as the balanced line, shifting backfield. and T-formation go, but without a shift ' The line shift does not lead to an unbalanced line, but does give guards and tackles fhe. same advantage that shuttling ends have had hitherto . ^ . they are not held in a squatting position as Jong _ as ' ' """ '-''-— ' "of the award. Always trying to improve their £. -annual program, Nose and Brown-... -ing said today "We feel we .are 1'or- Z "tun«te in securing the services of ••• -Leahy as our feature speaker this l! ^year." ' . :_.' " •• The soft-spoken' Leahy, In addi- " . tion to being rated as one of the ,'~ greatest football coaches-in his*' "wry, is a polished orator and one "i of tie- "most-sougirtr-after". athletic '-"" -speakers in the nation. —*- A perfectionist, Leahy owns a "JS .'itory-book record as Notre Daine -- ' coach.'Dnder his tutelage, Fighting -™.'jrish teams have won 50 games, ~~ ifhile losing only three and tying -£ "five. His great -teams have been un~~ defeated the past three campaigns "^ .-with only a scoreless tie with Army " "In 1946 and 14-H deadlock with " ^southern California in 1948 to mar ~ ^otherwise perfect seasons. — - Native of Nebraska « ~ Born August 27. 1908, in O'Neffl, •*" ~>iebr Leahy was raised in Winner, --«. i>. Named Francis William, -* 'ieahy moved to Winner- with his-C "'..family when only n few months old. before, angles. " J v tv-JC±* v-*«j •• *«•• -—-—"— father, Frank Leahy, SrC,. is -«• -dead. His .mother, Mrs. Mary W. ;£ ,'leahy. three brothers and four sis. «• "ttrs are lining. *"" Leahy received his bachelor of '" "»cience degree in physical educa- -"" tion from Nowe Dame in 1931 ana - -r-as promptly signed as Georgetown f" line coach. Frank having played on » the Fighting-Irish forward wall un"* tier toe Immortal.Knute Bockne. - - Leahv attended Winner grammar T-" Khool and Winner High School for -~ three years. The family then moved "^ to Omaha where he attended Cen'" tral High School. He earned letters -£ lor three years in football, baseball and basketball at the former Coach Earl Walsh. and get better blocking 'Material, coaching, blocking" and tackling, not systems win football games,", says Leahy. Calls Players "tails" Leahy won the Frank E.-Herlng medal ill the spring of 1928' for proficiency at center passing. Among the Leahy mannerisms is the practice • of using' the editorial "we," referring to or addressing Ws squad as "lads," and asking questions of everyone regarding the squad. He has 'made a conscientious study .of public speaking, proper breathing, etc., and even coaches his assistants along these lines so they won't lose their voices in practice sessions. Leahy never smokes, but doesn't want credit for his abstinence—"I tried 'it,"' he says, "but never did care ior it." , ' Leahy • concluded his first season at Notre Dame in. 1941 with eight victories and one tie, and was named "Coach- of the Year" in the New York World-Telegram poll. The 1943 season opened with Leahy in poor health. He was greatly both- ered'by spinal arthritis. The Irish were tied in the first game of the season by Wisconsin -and then defeated by Georgia Tech, 13-0. After the Tech defeat Leahy went to the Mayo Bros. Clinic for three weeks. Ed fclcKeever. took over the reins and sained victories over Stanford, Iowa Scahawks and Illinois. Lenhy returner: Irom the hospital in time to lead Notre Dame to triumpns traditional foes,- Navy and Trio Of Games Stated For 'T Loop Tonight Ridgeley Legion, B&O Capture Wins In Last Night's Cage Tilts YMCA SENIOR LEAGUE FRANK LE1HY . . .Famed Notre Dame football couch will be principal speaker »t'Knights of Columbus basketball Sportsmanship Air»rd affair here March 13. Dukes Beaten, 54-41, By Flyers, Play In Altoona Again Tonight ALL-AMERICAN LEAGUE" STANDING OF THE IEAMS L. 3 3 2 I Kciultl Pet. .778 .515 .600 J75 .250 xchool Notre under Dame football monogram Army. A defeat.by Michigan and a tie .with Great Lakes were offset b'y victories over Northwestern and Southern California.- Frank Leahy had coached undefeated teams in 1940 and 1941. He almost produced the phenomenal achievement of three unbeaten elevens in four years. Following nine straight victories in 1943, the season lasted- 60 seconds too long, -for in the final minute of'the final same, a long pass gave .'Greaf Lakes a 19-14 win. Despite this defeat the Irish were awarded the National Championship, and -'Leahy was named "Coach'of the Year" by the New York Dally News and Detroit "I winner in 1B20 and 1921. He played '" -halfback at Winner. At Omaha Cen?"' tral High Frank. was moved to tackle by .'George Schmidt, former '' Nebraska star. He won letters again > In three sports, captaining all three :ams, -. * The ble chance came for Leahy "~ vhen he was signed -as coach-of Boston College in 1939. He was -- teams. Times. Tills was .the end of Leahy's ~r "ready to handle the opportunity as „ "' his record of 20 victories In 22 -C sames shows. Crowning achievement — of his two-year head coaching IT.' career was B. C.'s 19 to 13 victory -- over Tennnessee in the Sugar-Bowl -I M New Orleans, January 1..1941. Succeed* Layclcn '„-•'. Elmer Lfiydcn resigned In Feb~ • ruary. 1M1 and Leahy's dream came ""• true when he was named to succeed C-- the "Thin Man" as athletic director -»- «ad head football coach. He sign- IT »d his contract February ID and ..*•• started spring drills March 12. Leahy was in great demand us an ""•• jLRer-dinner speaker, both at Ford~C ham and Boston College. Tills -~ demand has followed him to Notre TT "Dame and serves to keep Leahy's - - -leisure time at a minimum. Leahv was married July 4, 1935 "--• to Florence Beilly of Brooklyn. The -i" Leahvs have five children, Frank —' Jr bom April 28, 1936; Susan "T ' Marie, born April 8, 1938: Florence '' :; ' born September 26,1940; Jerry, boni ••', August 16/1943: and James Patrick, "•• born January 12, 1947. -»' ' The'Notre Dame athletic head ••" stands six feet tall. He weighs .. ? approximately 185 pounds, r about five -*• more than-his. playing weight. He T -has light brown l»ir and deep-set coaching career until after the war. He had been a- head coach of football for five years, two at Boston and three at Notre Diune. At Boston College ho htid-won 20 and lost two. At Notre Dame ho could claim 24 victories, three losses and three ties. His"five year record stood at 44 victories against flve losses and three esl • • ' . Leahy entered the Navy on May 19, 1944, being sworn in at Chicago. After 'an eight-week indoctrination course at Princeton he was assigned (Continued on Page 17) Zale Reported Ready To Retire CHICAGO— (/Py- Tony. Zale, former world's middleweight boxing champion, isn't ready to make any Immediate announcement of his Cumberland Altooaa. ... Pittsburgh Butler Washington LMt _ _ AltoOBn 54, Cumberland <1 Washington 56,' Butler K Gnnir.1 Tonlcht Cumberland at AUoona . Wheeling nt Washington "Red" Klotz and his Cumberland Dukes will attempt to get back on the victory trail tonight when they invade Altoona, Pa., to battle the Flyers': in an All-American Basketball League engagement. Last' nighCthe Dukes put on a disappointing-performance in dropping a 54-41 decision to the Flyers before a crowd of approximately 350 in the SS.' Peter and Paul gym. Nothing the Pukes did scorned (X3 be right arid the Altoona passers were quick to take advantage of al- "'^ '^ _ most every Cumberland mistake, bavics, e Locals Do Fadeont The- Dukes looked good- only during- one stretch—late in the second quarter when they spurted to pull within a point (24-23) of the Flyers at halftime. After that, especially, in the fourth, quarter, the locals were .more or-less at the mercy of. the invaders. • • The loss dropped Cumberland game-and-a-half behind the pacesetting Wheeling team, while Altoona's triumph put the Flyers within, a game of the Dukes. Another victory tonight for the Flyers "would bring about a Cumbcrland-Altoona tie for second place. , . The. Dukes seemed lifeless In last night's game and when their shots failed to connect, as was the case most, of tlie time, it was Altoona which controlled the ball. The Flyers also boasted a pair of long-range sharpshooters in Mike Bytzura and Don Asmonga who accounted for 29 points between them. Asmonga fired 12 times at the hoop in the first half and hit on five occasions, while hi.s mark for the night showed seven for 17. Bytzura was even better, caging.seven baskets .in 14 attempts for a nifty .500 average. on successive goals by Lou Bell and Paul Oberhaus but the Flyers pull ed away again by clicking o£ seven successive points by Bair, Asmonga and Miller and a,, free throw by Atkins to send the score soaring t: 40-31 with two minutes to go. Th quarter ended with the score 42-37 After Klotz's fielder put the Dukes three points behind at 42-39 as the final heat got .under way, Altoona Totals sewed UD the ball game by banging I MM-IM itc«crv«* in 12 consecutive markers, -.-.--i,,,,,, f . STANTX DIS Cumberland.Legion .... Cumberland ' Amvcts ... B. & O. Bnckjhop Rldgelcy LcBloiv Naral'Reserve Maplcside Marine Reserve B.:P. o. Hts Crcsap Park * G OF THE TEAMS W. L. Tct. a 0 1.000 6 1 .tel 6 3 .150. 5 ^ .558 3 5 ,375 2 5 .288 2 6 .250 :50 - 125 Three games will be staged in the Central,. YMCA- Men's Basketball guc tonight on the "Y" court with the initial contest getting under way at 7:15 between the Amvets and.the,B. P. O. Elks, An hour later ' the Mapleside with the Marine Reserve and a- 9:15 the B. & O. Backshop. will close the -evening's -round by play- ng- Cresaptown. . " Last night,, Ridgel'ey American Legion and the 1 Backshop passers copped victories from the Marines and Merchants, respectively. In the opening contest'tho- Back- shop staged a last-half rally to turn back the Mapl'eside Merchants 33-30. The Railroaders held a four- point margin at half time, 18-14. Joe Wagner paced the winners scoring with 14 markers, while Jim McGregor led the Merchants with ten tallies. The Ridgeley Legion captured Its fifth league victory against four setbacks with an easy 42-ft win over the Marine Reserves. The Legion led the losers, 12-2, at the end of the initial period and was never headed. Clarer.ce Hartman was the big gun for the winners with 14 points while 'George Helmsetter was tops for th'e Marines with nine. Lineups: \TAPPING OHTHE JJtrierJOe Securing'Prank Leahy as./princi- 1 pal speaker at the Sportsmanship Award dinner here in March is another "feather in the hat" lor,the hard-working and athletic-minded local Knights of Columbus Council Last year when Johnny Lu- jiclt, the All-Amcrican. star; appeared here, tlic cry went up that "There will Ticvcr be another occasion like this' one." Lujack's- appearance attracted' a jam-packed dinner' crowd to the basement of St.- Mary's Catholic Church. In ' fact, a number of persons were turned away. • But the smoke had no, sooner cleared out . of the, banquet hall when the committee enterprising K. • composed of of C. Grand Knight James Condon Chairmen Paul Nose and and Co- Jim WildcatsPlay St. Loins/Five In Bowl Finals Cage Game Everyone Has Been Waiting For Comes Of f Tonight : By KRIS KREEGER, .NEW ' bas"Last year, iwhen'l went back-to school from. Christmas, holidays,, all the quarterbacks started to. practice ball handling . and -faking. . 'that helped me a: lot As yet, I- haven't heard whether, we will do that this year or. not." William's- lias'. improved greatly Wilson, i TjChman. I .... B. Phillips, B .. Thompson, c .. Kurtnun, g ... J. Phillips, sub Reynold:;, sub . sub G .. 1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 1 .. 7 .. 0 .. 1 .. 1 ..10 r. Oberhaus led the local scorers with flve goals and 11 points. Pence and Bell had ten each and Klotz eight. ' Charles R. "Chick" Danes, league commissioner, witnessed the game after pMiig a. brief tall: over the p. A. system. Lineups: cunmngbiun, f Michael:, ' Hc'.mscttcr, c Snider, g Bennett, B Oiibenntcia.-.sub Totals .' Scon: by periods: JWDOELBY LEGIOM .. MARINE BESEBVE .. Rclerec—V;ir. Boby. F 3-3 2-3. J.-2' 1-2 1-1 0-0 id-16 F i-: 0-4 2-1 1-1 €-0 rts. 5 E 1Z 1R 2 12 13 2-1 Aumongft, t Bair, i ..... .V.l-.lns, c ... Artmnn. c , Totals Bell. I Oberhaus, c Geatz, c ... OrndoriJ, K Frlzzcll. i • Johnson, K nw, t CkvcnBer, Klotz. E Totalu 0-4 0-3 1-1 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 .- 3-10 F. 1-1 0-1 0-0 .0-1 0-0 c-o • o-o 0-0 rr i . o 0 3 3 0 14 ;nroiv;>. I .. "Richards, 1 = McGregor, c Andrews, JKuppenfcamp, 15 8 Jones, sub O.O'Too'.e, =ub $*> Totals jfc-O. Backsliops Sherman, i Dean, I ge, c Dean, g •Wagner, Collies, sub . 0 . 1 .13 G . 1 . 3 ,. 1 ,. 1 .. 6 .. 1 F 0-1 0-0, 2-h 1-1 0-3 1-3 0-1 4-13 ' F- , 1-1 1-3 3-3 o-i: Pts. 1 6 10 5 (•) Technical loul culled on fence lor .. — pwiods: Score by ALTOOKA DDKSS 24 43—5 <33 3T—41 • blue eyes. were Irish. The Leahy Dukes Find Going- Ko'ngh . Klotz tried about every combination possible in an eHort to flnd a socring punch, but a. Cumberland victory Just wasn't In the bocto. All.of the local hoopmcn found the future ring plansl eo i n g rough as evidenced by their Both of his parents • ' family in order of arrival on. the scene, consist of Gene, Jack, Ann (Mrs. L. C. Milner) , Marie (Mrs F P. Bentlage), Eileen (Mrs. Lee 'stennette). Frank, Margaret (Mrs. H J>. Starr), and Tom. Gene, who lives in Rushville, Neb. is rated one of the greatest centers ever to plav for Crelghton University, while: Tom played center at Notre Dame • for a couple of seasons. Tom also won the university light- heavyweight title In the annual Bengal Tony Zale director general but there were in- idcations today he about to retire, Un official announcements yesterday hinted the Gary, Ind.,' puncher, who is 34 years old (some say 35), is going to' call it quits without making 'a try to regain his' twice- lost title. The Most Rev. , Berri ard J. Shell, of the Catholic ability to make only 18 fleld goals in 81 attempts. Altoona had z. remarkable shooting mark of 26 of'62 for the night.' Baskets by Bair, Walt Miller, ox- Duquesne ace, and Jimmy Atkins, the,speedy Negro center, gave the Flyers a "good start as the third quarter got under.way. Midway in 'the canto the Dukes reduced Altoona's lead to two points, at 33-31 Officials—Gene Holub o! Unlontown, P»., and Dill Watlclna, Call.'ornla. Pa. Benefit Mitt Card Listed For Monday The--Cu:nberland Police Boys' Club will sponsor the.first amateur boxing match of the New Year-.in Cumberland on Monday night at the State Armory at 8 o'clock for the benefit of the March of Dimes campaign. Matchmaker John Henry "Ditty Stitcher stated that all the money above expenses will be turned over to the Allegany County chapter of the .National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Topping show will be a five-round bout between Eddie Marsh, Wlndber, Pa., and Jlmmte Catanese, Royale A.C. 12G-poundcr. Marsh, has defeated Catanese three times and holds a decision over Jim. Polk, Royale A.C: welter ace. Five fighters will come here from the Keystate Athletic Club team of Central City, Pa. . Other out-of-town boxers expected to appear on the card are 'Frankle Taranto, John Choby, Tojo Wade and Johnny Pearson. Totals 12 Non-scorins subs—Mason. Snorn br periods: MAl'LBSIDE ' 13. Si O. BACKSHOP 6 ;olcrc*—Van Hoby. .0-0 8-13 Browning began dickering for the services of Leahy. Efforts to get.the celebrated gridiron mentor' here for last year's banquet failed simply because the local group didn't -put, in a request soon enough. They made sure "History wouldn't repeat" by extending their'1949 invitation a year .n advance. Browning, Nose and Condon made several trips to South Bend and Jack Schafer, well- known eastern sportsman, helped to .seal tlic Leahy deal while he was serving: as personnel supervisor of the AUccany Hospital, Schafer beinR well- acquainted with, several of Leahy's close friends. Leahy, incidentally, is somewhat of a sports writer, too, his .syndicated articles on the college footbal] situation appearing twice weekly in The Evening' Times the past two years. Baltimore's 'Bobby Williams says he plans to quit basketball anc baseball in college in order to devote all of his time to football. . Williams, who resided in Cumberland some years ago, was the undertludy to Quarterback Frank Tripucka on the past season's undefeated Notre Dame team and will undoubtedly be the No, 1 Irish caller next year. • Only a sophomore' at Notre Dame ;hc six-foot, two-inch,'- 186-poundi Williams was a fine basketball play-j maker for Loyola High of Baltimore, operating'-four years as a varsity first stringer. In- baseball, Bob played a good third base. 'He is long-ball hitter. In reminiscing about the past grid season, Bob told a'Baltimore sports scribe he received his top thrill in the Northwestern game 1 'when'-he 19 26 JACKETS TO BE ISSUED Jackets will be awarded to members of the Wellersburg Softball team which won the championship of the County Softball League this evening at 7:30 at the Wcllersburg School. More than 1,000 Syracuse University students are being taught to ski on the campus during the winter. over-hls.-high; school football days. Bob • Bull, 'a';' clever • quarterback -at Baltimore's'City College, who was second' team all-Maryland behind Williams,/says of.the young Notre Darner: .• "I watched Bob close-in the Navy came. -And, to my. way of thinking he's a different ballplayer. He's-'that.'much better. His passing' reminds 'yon of LTJ- jacfc's. ..His handing: that ball 'off and fine faking are what impressed me the roost. "I honestly think he's going' to be' an all-America. . Maybe not next year, but the season after,' Wagering Gains At-Charles Town CHARLESTON, '.W. Va. — (IP) — Wagering' totaled $23,304,268 during 116 days of horse racing' this year at West Virginia's two tracks — Charles Town and Wheeling. Downs. The State- .Racing Commission said the figure' represented a gain over last year, despite a two-day drop in the number .of days the meets were held. The 1947' betting figure'lor 118 days was' $22,168,422. To the State Government went $746,928.04 • in taxes against $663,178.26 a year ago; A legislative enactment increasing from 'one to three per cent- the State's share of the total- betting became effective last year and affected most-of the parl-mutucl window business. A breakdown of this year's betting total showed Oharles 'Town handling $14,792,243 during-61 days of rating, while the Wheeling Downs figure amounted to. $9,172,025 In a 55-day meet. • ketball game everyone has-longed lor—Kentucky vs. St.-Louis—Will b« . played -here tonight' in- the finalJ • of the four-team.Sugar Bowl tournament,' ' '.•*;•' -.. • -' ,' . • .Thc> Wildcats"of -Kentucky an* . Billikens of St. Louis, outstandini college clubs of'last season and. undefeated in' the present. campaign, won- 'their way to-the title, game with victories in last night's open- lip; round. • . . - . . Beat Holy Crotas . The Billikens,' .National Invitational champions,, beat Holy Cros» 61-52 in the first : game last night.. Then Kentucky's NCAA Jdngs, shooting ' with amazing.' accuracy,--swamped-Tulane-78-47. ' : - Kentucky-.-and St.- Louis, have never met.at basketball before. Last spring, when each boasted, -a., national title, there was great .hope they-might'' clash: in- the. Olympic trials. But Stl- Louis, didnt enter... and. Kentucky .lost to the AATJ championPhillipsOilers in the finals. The dream, match -is' set for 9:30 . p,.m. Central Standard';Time .in New Orleans. Municipal Auditorium. Holy. Cross' and Tulane" will .play a. consolation game ' at"'7:30. •-. ••;: .Far Less. Trouble Both last niRht's. victors had far . less.: trouble than generally had been' expected. . •'. The first affair-was all St. Louis first 15 minutes. Holy; of- the -East, .made a contest of.it:for.that time,- and the lead swapped owners lour times. But St. Louis pulled steadily away and led 50-36 with, six minutes to . go The Billikens ran in-subs then and let-their regulars rest, up for . tonight. ' . ' - " ' • '. ' Kentucky, which beaf Tulane 5147 In Louisville lost-week, trounced the Greenies. last- night mostly on superior -shooting. The Wildcats sank 30 field goals in. 71 tries, while the locals made only 17.out of 80. The .Wildcats had: a half-time lead of '47-17. , ' -. ••••-. i ' • ADDITIONAL SPORTS NEWS ON PAGE 17 Have Your NEW YEARS EVE at the completed Brcnnan. a long pass to Terry That wns the much discussed "mystery play," designed by Coach Frank Leahy and which jn- stalled Frank Tripucka and Wijliams as twin quarterbacks. Asked if Leahy was directly responsible for the conveying of a lot of quarterback advice to him Bob replied: "I'll say! Mr. Leahy sure taught me a lot of football." lie Is a real taskmaster on the practice field but. like everybody says, he's one brilliant coach. • Change of Telephone Number FOR Cresaptown Fire Department 4267-JX OUR ,NEW NUMBER IS MIDWAY INN . . .... . . $1.20 per couple Route 220 Be Wise - Buy Wise - Economize! 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