Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 12, 1949 · Page 9
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; 'Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1949 NINE- Folk And Watkins In Five-Rounder Here Monday Nigtit ' ' '•'•-.. •/ *— •*. 'Svic Protege TAPPING. OH THE . Jim Brown Eight Bouts Scheduled \ For;Hovale A. C. Card; Program Starts 9 P. M. - : ~ Amateur boxing will be.resumed •ihere Monday night, with an elght- bout- -card planned by the Royale Athletic ' Club under the matchmaking .of..Presley "Red" Mauk. •-• Clashing:-, in the feature go .will .be:.Jim;.-polk, the Royale A. C.'si • hard-tiretinir' welterweight, anc "Doc" "Watkins, classy protege of Jrftzle Zivlc, former world's welter- Trelcht champ, ' "' Zivic.Sees Victory For Doc . 'Watkins'made his first appearance In a Cumberland rinc -last Jsovember^29 when he knocked out Jimmy Brown of the'Diamond A. C in ••lids* of-"the first round. . :•- Zivic: regards Watkins' as 'a. com- "teg'- champion and told Mauk 'yesterday/'in-'Pittsburgh he feels confident' "Doc" can -whip Polk. Fritzie sBw"FoB:''flght on two occasions.. .- .--Mauk",' -who handles Folk, said Jfcri:wffl show a lot of defensive improvement in Monday's fight and •"I'thinlfKe can take. Watkins'into -camp.'"Mauk said he has been work•to's : w!6h : 'Polk on defense the past leveraT'weeks and "he. should be ••'in'iich'--'better in f lrom Ecrtr -on." this department -•'S'O'Clock Starting Time lie 1 " Hoyale matchmaker "said Monday's .program will .get under 'way'.'at .'.9 o'clock instead of the . usuaTB/p,m. startino; time due to downtown .stores staying open that night!'The main go is scheduled for 9:50.. thereby enabling 11 .o'clock • shift" workers to witness it. ,T feature attraction is scheduled for live-rounds.' • Mauk said he hopes to have four 'other scrappers from the Zivic A. C. on thc Monday card. The program is incomplete, but Frostburg's Bay, Stott and Russ Bean of the Dla- siond A. C. are expected to meet Srcofcy City foes. ' Watkins, according to Mauk, was voted the outstanding -..amateur boxer>in'.Tiie Pittsburgh district last yearT^Sf^Jiolds a - decision over Windber's^Bddle Marsh who is well Cumberland fans. Marsh •whipped the Royale: A. 1 C.'s Jim CRtanese four times. '..••• Fbxffill Lassies basketball ..of Port Eia-Hl£h School opened" defense' of it* ;WMX ^League championship by _ _________ _ . __ . _ turningyback the Central High sex- 1 the result 'to Cumberland sports - ' - •-• --------- " '-' - ---- - .Bob Pence, Aliegany High football coach, today denied .a report that he will be doing his tutoring at a West Virginia college next season. Tne rumor was Fort Hill, Alco Capture Second Wins In League Sentinels Top Stubborn Beall, 39-27; Campers " Roil Over Central, 54-24 WMI BOYS' LEAGUE . . STANDING OF SCHOOLS Port Hill W. 2 3 Tel. ' 1.000 p J.OOO 1.000' .000. .000. ; .ooo t given Hhis circulation week .in sports columns'of Fairmont anc Clarksburg p a but Pence's £ leaction to the re- was. • "It's news to Bob Pence me." Bob, who came to Cumberland three seasons ago following his . separation from the service as •an Army officer, formerly starred at Fairmont .State College. . Pence said a representative of his alma, mater .talked' to him recently about a coaching job there, "but there was nothing definite about the discussion. Neither was the-conversation of an official nature." • ' - . Bob, who directed the Alle- f any Campers to an undefeated ' .season on the gridiron last fall following two lean years, said lie also had been contacted about a Job' at •Washington CoUc«-e v (Chcstcrtown,- Md.) but turned down the offer. A football and basketball star at Fairmont College, Pence has been one of the mainstays of the professional Cumberland Dukes the past two seasons. He also played sne year for the Cumberland Am- vets. A strict censorship of the news from Death Valley has caused a 12-day delay in the report-.of the outcome of the .New Year's Day 3ea'rse Bowl 1 football' game involv- ng Hedgemore and Morticians Tech. , In fact, it wasn't until Arch McDonald. Medftemore president, returned via a "slow boat froni. China'.' that we were finally, able to get the result: Hedgemore won, thank heavens,' by a 17-16 .score. -And it'" was a great game, says McDonald, who' lerves '•• as .WTOP sportscaster at iVashington during his free, time; from' Hedgemore; " . ,.' . "I suppose we could have got teyofrlionaconlng yesterday on the ' The score, was 29. . •wiriners^court. to l5;£.;'.t ' ;- Dorlsjkdams was the, whole oSen- 6iv»^show, the Fort Hill forward accounting for 25 of her team's .29 taUies-,.on ten field goals and five Iree : throws. ?ort','Hill limited Central to a hall'dozen goals, three of which were:."credited. to Lucy Lee. The winners led 9-2, 20-6 and 24-9 at the "quarters. In league games Friday afternoon Beall will meet Allegany at Campobello and Port Hill goes to Western- pon to play Bruce. Yesterday's lineups: Port Hm <5S) PM. Central (15) ... Johnson McPartland Kchliwr Miller Dtcttr M. Dilfcr Smith Clnrlt SiibsBtlltcii Central—Lot, -Ducltwortli, P!eIK,GottU—Fort Hill: Conwny 1. Lechliter l;iAdh2i5 10. Centrnl:, Johnson 1. M, DlHern,.;1i«»'.'3. Duckworth 1. .' 1 i- < Hill: Conira.7 0-1, Lcch- lite.- Orl.s*duns 5-8. Central: Johnson 1-1. ,n. DUJetJ-1. Lte 1-1. and Kotruclc. Slated For Y8ICA?I,eagae Tonight ' Two games are scheduled for tonight in the Central YMCA Men's Basketball League .on the ,"Y" court. In the opening contest at 8:30 the Marine Reserves will exchange baskets with the Naval Reserve, •while an hour later Crcsaptown will clash with the Mapleside Merchants fans sooner," President 'McDonald writes, .''but,,;5ee, .our .players were so worn out that they just had to stop off for_a short bier!" ... Bruce 1 Burton 0 Centra! .......'. 0 2 Be-all 0 2 — — a ' - . i Both the Fort Hill'Sentinels and! Allegany High Campers remained undefeated in the Western. Maryland Interscholastic Basketball League here last night,. Fort Hill de-. feating Beall of Frostburg and Central of Lonaconing bowing to Alco. The Sentinels extended their winning streak to eight ins back Beall's Mountaineers by the score of 39 to 27. The Campers captured WMI victory No. 2 by topping Central,-Si to 24. . The victory was also the second for the Sentinels in .the WMI and the loss was the second in as many starts'for Beall which fought-down to the final whistle. '. " Win In Third In the first five minutes of play the Mountaineers battled the Sentinels to a 3-3 tie. .Then the local cagers grabbed three straight points to hold a 6-3 margin as the 'first quarter ended. In the second period both teams scored seven points .and the half ended with the Sentinels; out in front, 13-10. The locals sewed up the contest in the third period which closed with the Sentinels on. the long end of a 24-18 count. John Alclerton and Charlie Lat- tlmer paced the Fort Hill attack with 14 and 11 markers while Layman .collected eight for the Mountaineers.'Two Beall cagers, Robeson and Lancaster,. were ejected- from the game on the", personal foul rule. At Caznpobello the Allegany Campers got. off to a flying start, chalking up. five straight baskets before Central was able to scora. The first period ended with Alle- gaay /holding a six-point margin, 11-5. • ' . Campers Run Wild During 'the second period HOLMAN HONORED—l?at Eolman, (center), member of the Original Celtics and basketball coach- at City College o* New York for 30 years, is shown being honored at Madison Square Garden for the contributions to the cage game. The cere- jnony took place before the CCNY-West Virginia game last night. Lefif to right front are Dr. Harry Wright, CCNY president; Holman; Prof. Frank"S. Lloyd, chairman of CCNY faculty athletic commit- tee, and Roy M. "Legs" Hawley, athletic director at West Virginia University, in the rear are Cliff Anderson (partly hidden), chairman of testimonial committee; Joe Lapcliick, former Celtic teammate of Holman and coach of the New York Knicker- booKers, and 'Lee Fatten, -West Virginia 1 coach, who. presented Holman wi;h an award 'from West Virginia University. the Campers tallied 16 points while holding Coach Johnny Meyers':quint to three tallies. Eddie Landefeld sank three-straight: baskets as the quarter- closed in front, 25-8, with Allegany out After Intermission Coach Walter "Bill". Bower's . crew showed . the same powerful form as they collected 17 markers and again held the visitors to three points. The Campers 'starting guard, John Vemall, and Central's guard/ Marty Eichhorn, were ejected from the game for fighting. -V The setback' was Central's second in as many league starts. Xiandefeld '.. and Bob Lookabaugh were the big guns for Allegany with' 11 and ten. tallies -.while Don McKenzie and Eichhorn. paced the losers with lineups: . Pert mil Alderwn. f Mahon, 1. .. Burke, e . g "We had a tough time-from preventing Morticians' star; Bi- Kor Mortis, from 'settinff'in' on our huddles. Consequently, they knciv all our plays. "The game was played in 'cm- _._ balmy' weather, and that, too, han- j wageley, sub dicapped Pop Side and his coldhearted Hedgemore .gridders." Incidentally, Coach I'op Side has rejected an offer to coach the Washington Redskins r.ext season. "Not enoujrli money," he says. • And who can blame 'him? After all, nine undefeated seasons is nothing to sneeze at.. Hachoo-o-o-O-o! six points each. The Negro and Wliite Cagers Play Game In Tennessee KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — (IP) — The boys' and girls' teams of a negro and a white high school met on a basketball court here last night before 250 segregated spectators, predominantly negro. . . The negro teams, of Austin High School of Knoxville '.emerged victorious in both games, which were played without incident.- Their opponents were the teams of Hanison-Chilhowee Baptist Academy of Knax County, a Baptist - supported accredited high school. ' Revive Out-of-Bounds Cage Maneuver-Fans Find It Delightful - Screen plays and slow, deliberate pickoffs are almost a thing of the pa'st in this day of "run-sheep-run" basketball, but eyery once in a while spectators 'are treated to this phase of the game. ; ' . . The' Cumberland Dukes, for instance, employ a three- man screening front on out- of-bounds plays..when they »re awarded the ball at the end of the court where their basket is located. , . The accompanying diagram- illustrates the' set play which finds Coach "Red" Klotz -the key shooter. Player No. 1 handles the ball out of bounds, while No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 line up just behind the foul line- They stand 'either close to• gether or .-with their hands on hips, thus forming a solid "blockade." Kloiz, No. 5, stands a yard or more behind 2,-3 and 4. If a defensive player does not guard Klotz closely, the pass is directly from No. 1 to K3otz, with the latter trying a eet shot. Usually-.a defensive man will play Klotz closely, as shown in the diagram. In-rthis case "Red" fakes to his left, then 'drives to the right off the No. 4 side. Klotz's defender is then picked oil by No. 4r. while No. 4's defensive mart has to switch to cover Klotz. On the switch. No. 4 drives directly toward the basket to attempt a score afterrtokinc n pass from No. 1. The same play can also be used on the other side involving No. 5 and No.-.i. Klotz-says there are a number of plays whJph can be worked off the bloc!: and; ; he plans to experiment Totals 13 Bcnll G Layman, f 2 Lar.cui.tor, f 1 I.Iitfse, o 1 Robeson, ,B 0 Davrson, y 2 Adams, sub ............ 1 Barry, sub ...,,,,,.,,..0 Totals 1 PORT HILL F 4-S 0-3 5-9 1-1 3-4 0-0 0-0 Vtf. u a H 3 • s (I Three College Floor Teams / Stay Unbeaten J , By TED MEIER. NEW YORK — Iff} — St. Louis. 'Akron and Hamline, three of the country's few remaining unbeaten college basketball teams, extended their streaks last night, but once again .It was DePaul that surprised. DePaul, beaten four times, following up its surprise victory last, week over the -Oklahoma Aggies by trouncing Notre Dame on the Irish home.court at South Bend, 59 to 28., It was the worst defeat Notre Dame has suffered-this season, DePaul now has won five straight. St. Louis, sparked as usual by All- America '.'Easy Ed" MacAuley. whip- ped-LonK Island, 58-47, before 18,486, the .largest turnout of the season at Madison Square Garden. It was a return to the court where the Billikens last. March won the National Invitation Tourney. In the other half of the twin bill CCNY delighted Its coach, Nat Holman, by trouncing West Virginia, 64-50. Hokna'n was honored at a ceremony 'commemorating his 30 years as a 'cage mentor. 'Akron whipped Fenn, 83-49, In one half of a. Cleveland doubleheader that also saw once-beaten Kentucky, NCAA champs, eke out a 63-61 victory over Bowling Green, of Ohio, The largest turnout ever to see a Cleveland twin bill 13,113, saw the two games Hamline, also won Its 10th in a row by licking MacAlester, 55-40. PiedniontjMoorefield., Romney Capture Conference Victories rOTOMAC VALLEY CONFERENCE I STANDING OP Divls 2 Romney 3 I'.-ar.klln 2 Piedmont 1 Mooreficld 3 Keyscr 2 Petersburg 3 I3ic GnrdKi 1 Clrclcvillc 1 .Fort Ashby 0 Capon Brjdgt? 0 Warder.avllli: -. o Mithlar, 0 Thomas . 0 Rtdgeley 0 TEAMS W. L. I'ol. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0, 1.000 0 1 ! .CO' : .500 1 .500 3 .3:2 1 .000 ) .000 3 .000 2 ' .000. •J .000 0 1.000 .150 .COT .000 'coach i William "Huck" Miers Piedmont High Lions opened Poio- mac Valley Conference season last night by defeating Keyser. 22-21, in a "battle of defenses" .at Piedmont. The defeat was the first league setback suffered by Keyser this season. The Golden Tornado now has a league record of two- wins against one setback.' Piedmont led the Golden Tornado at the end of the first quarter, 7-G but trailed at halftime, 12-10, and at the close of the third period, 17-16. Bill Gannon, was ejected on Piedmont 1 center, personal fouls • in the third quarter and Don Wagoner, Keyser pivot man, left the scene for ths same reason, to the final stanza. • „ „ ,, ,.<,,.„ Wagoner captured scoring honors * *2 A with 14 points, while William Smith at the Arena, . 'Don't Retire,' Kelley Advises Mads, Griffith 'ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Jan. 1 -"Don't retire," wllmers with Moorefield High won its third con- I crowdTf 0,7 fto E^ton saw^erence victory at ^omas last Holy Cross nip Chicago Loyola, 59- £fcht. turning back ITiomas High. 53, on Bob 'Cousy's basket In the! "ast. nine seconds and Princetori last nine seconds and Princetor beat Harvard, 51-4G, In an Ivy League 'contest. 1-1 2-. 3-2 1-3 1-1 13-32 13 ?A 10 18 llPenny Officials \ I Handle Loop Tilts Referees—Mastercon and .Vlcr.ovsky. Allcjrany Tjundeltld, f *,..., Sifilc, I ..:.,;.... Lookabaugli, c ... Ruehl, £ ,.,,.,.•,. Vernall, f ........ Valentine, sub .. Pharen, sub Lewis, sub , Hoolzer, cub Johnson, sub Totals :cntr»l Ralston, 1 • Hurt, c' ..... Eichhorn, K ..... Lee, • E .......... Cook, Eub Staliord, nub .... Totals ALLEGANY CENTRAL G. . 5 . t . 5 . 2 . 3' . 0 ' F. 1-2 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 2-3' . 0-0 • 0-0 , 0-0 . 4-12 .'F. 1-1 0-1 1-1 0-D rts. 11 1 0 1 0 0 0 12 54 PF. rts. 1 3 1 6 3 4 3 C 0 0 \ Pour Pennsylvania basketball referees were used'in, tcames last night at Allegany and Fort Hill High after members of the Western Maryland and Eastern West Virginia Board of Approved Officials notified county school officials they would not report for the WMI League contests. •The. district, officiating group charged Arthur G. Ramey of the Allegany County School.Board, assigned Eddie Diehl, Ed Thompson, Bill Spanglcr and "Bee" Omdorff to handle last night's games without their consent. They also charge Barney with GO-52. The Yellow Jackets put the on ice in the 3nal quarter when they outscored the local team, 17-10, after Thomas came within one point of the winnefs at the close-of the third period, 43-42. The score was tied That's Mike Kelley's advice to Connie Mack and Clark Griffith. . Tlie' 73-year old Kelley, spending the winter at the gulf beaches here, is a peer of Mack and Griffith when it comes to long service in baseball. When he sold the Minneapolis Millers-lr. 1946 he-had completed 52 years as player, manager and owner. The abdicated "dean of the minor leagues" speaks of knowing Griffith for 50 years and Mack for 65. '7 heard a while back that Griff was going to sell the Senators and retire," Kelley said; "I wrote him a letter telling him not to and why. Griff wrote back that he read my letter over four or five times. And he's still running the Senators." Kelley makes no bones about missing baseball. . "Since I' retired," he quipped, "I haven't been mad at anybody and nobody's been mad at me," which Is' an Irishman's way of saying that retirement is not so good. Kelley has a legion of friends In baseball and is by no means a forgotten man. He was guest of honor at the minor leagues convention in Backyard Rivalries Hold Key To Peace In Pro Grid War By WILL GMMSLEY , • NEW YORK— (ff)— Settlement of neighborhood rivalries held the key today to prof essional'.football peace.;' If they can patch up 'scattered backyard feuds, the National Football League and All-America Conference.mayend their three-year-old cold cash war when they meet next week in Chicago. v . j ~, • : . . '• . • • The feuding hotspots are I New York, X^s Angeles and the' Washington-Baltimore area. An effort, will be iriade to iron out the New York problem in thc next few;days.. .•.'•• • . ....... Meeting Scheduled ^ Dan ..Topping, president of the New York Yankees of-the AAC, an-. nounced yesterday that a meeting would be held with representatives of the other Gotham professional teams. 'Sitting in. on the discussidn,.Top- ping , said,, would, be Ted .Collins, LaSalle, 44-18, owner of the Boston .Yanks who recently got permission to transfer, Jiis franchise; Tim and Jack Mara of the Giants,' and Horace Stoneham, head,of the baseball Giants. •• The Boston Yanks and Giants are members of the .rival National League: Stoneham rents the Polo Grounds to the Maras. Topping, answering reports that he planned to pull out of the football venture and rent spacious Yan-. kee Stadium to Collins, said he is willing to become a landlord' if it brings peace between, the rival circuits. . ••• • The AAC directors meet in Cai- Explorers Fade Out "~ After Holding Hawks' To 14-7 Half time Tallv The LaSalle High.Explorers plaj- ed their best defensive ball- oCt&e season las't night at the SS_-Peter paul . bus . only for' a half, and as a result the Ridgeley Blackhawks walked, away •with a convincing- 44-18 basketball victory. .-•'... : ' • ••.. Mixing its defensive styles, La' SaUe held Ridgeley to a 14-7 fi&If- time edge ; only to'.- yield fb.^the Blackhawks' fast break in the drive down the stretch, / Break Loose In Third ... , Coach Jesse Biggleinan's - hoop- men scored 15 points in the third" cago Jan. 18 and thc NFL. nabobs get together two days later. • One-League Setup Favored Any., settlement probably would call for one circuit composed of two iectionixl races. This plan was almost, adopted at the last peace nea>- sion in Philadelphia before Christmas' but the rivals couldn't agree on which teams should be Included. The National League is said to favor a. one-league setup like this: A Western Division made up of Cleveland and San Francisco of the AAC, Chicago Bears. Chicago Cards, Green Bay and Los Angeles of 'the NFI; An Eastern Division made up of New York Giants, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, Detroit and Boston Yankees (in Yankee Stadium), all TfTFL clubs. • The AAC. balked at this, insisting that the Baltimore Colts be included in any new .alignment. George Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins, is • said 10 have objected to inclusion of Baltimore on the grounds, it would infringe on his territorial rights. Ben Lindhelmer, owner of the Los Angeles Dons of the AAC, is also anxious to stay in football business and he thinks the California Metro- I quarter and. duplicated the. leas is the final stanza .to turn the game, into a rout and thereby spoil ..the Explorers' determined bid. for" «n upset. . . •; . Johnny Mullaney's LaSalle team lacked Uie.ability to make a"game of. 5t by its poor shooting, the,EC- ' plorers. being held to a half doasn fielders-over the route. Near-excellence at the foul Jtae enabled'Ridgeley to gain its,seven- point advantage ia the firstL-balf, the Hawks .'meshing' eight straight . singletons before. Leo Day flub~b«d mission. • seconds before .Inter- polis can. support two clubs. TheL t _*„ fo other is the NFL's Los Angeles jfeains. at 52-all- at the automatic timeout. Bill Earman and Johnny Vance scored -fielders and George Fisher connected . with two goals as the contest ended. Fisher and Earman tallied 24 and' 20 points 1'or Moorcfleld, while Gennantonio collected 28 * points on 12 field goals and four free throws for Thomas. In another conference game the Romney Pioneers defeated Capon Bridge at Capon by the score of 37-22. Romney led at the quarters, 12-1, 24-8 and 33-13. Romney outscored' Capon from the field 18-9 and made good one out of two tries at the foul 'line while Cappn connected with four out of seven. j Minneapolis last month. Minneapolis' ."Mr. Baseball" owned thc Millers from 1923 until he sold out in 1946. He played first base for the old Baltimore Orioles and so remembers John McGraw- well. .The late Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis, the first commissioner of 'baseball, was another of his friends. Mock and Griffith rate tops in Keiley's books but his friends cover the entire history of baseball up to and including' Ted Williams. He had Williams at Minneapolis when the Splendid Splinter was 18. And Kelley has a-soft spot in his heart for the temperamental slugger.-. 7 io-n i . 11 H in i ' 3 3 Orilclnis—Bier nr,d Patterson. FOUL SHOOTING AIDS EORT ASHBY VICTORY FORT ASHBY, W. Va.—The Fort Ashby High- Eagles relied on foul shots to defeat Paw Paw, 30-29, here last night. The Eagles were outscored-13 to E from the floor, but -gained their margin on 14 of 29 one-point, conversions. Paw Paw had only eight; chances-at the foul line. attempting to influence proaation- . Dtm Mapl , is was thc biff gun for dry members of the referee board to. the wlnners wlth 14 points on sevcn work games for $7.50 for the purpose | flc]d goa]s whnc sh[mholt; ; pacec i of freezing out those arbiters whose | Capon wlth n tallies on four fl<! j dcrs fee was set at $10.. (The board ccntly OAKLAND HIGH FLOGS FRIENVSVILLE, 56-27 FRIENDSVILLE •— Tne Frieflds- ville High basketball team was no match for Oakland High cagers here last night, .bowing 56 .to 27-. Kelly and Pauber were the top scorers for the victors with 20 and 13 points, respectively, while Costeel led Fncncisvillc's attack with nlne'J set $10 officials as a fee for and $7.5'0 for Moose Seek Tenth In Row Tonight Jim Angelatta's Cumberland Moose basketball team, will go after its tenth straight victory when it meets Frostburg American Legion at 9.'O'clock on the SS. Peter and Paul School court. Bedford and , Carver High will meet in the first game at 8 p.m. • Frpstburg scored a. hard-fought decision over Ridgeley American Legion last Saturday night in its last start, while the Moose tripped the 'Dorsey Marketeers Sunday afternoon at Hagerstown. PARSONS HIGH FIVE TRIPS BEVERLY, 30-26 PARSONS, W. Va.— A late rally carried the Parsons Panthers, to a 30-26 victory. over the Beverly High basketball team here last night. The Panthers, after trailing 9-4 at the ead of the first quarter .and 15-14 at halftime, spurted in the third stanza for a 21-19 advantage when the session ended. , Beverly tied the score with a. basket as the final quarter got- under way, but- Pete Kettennan hooped a two-pointer for 1 Parsons and the Panthers stayed 'on top the -rest, of the way. '. '_ ' , Good of the winners, and Beverly's Gibbons each had 13 points to tie for high-scoring honors. The lineups: that two •et of others, stipulatin ba:ionary officials would not permitted to work together. ; -Ramey says the Allcgany County Board of Education will officials more than $7.50. amount as they received last sea- on; Pennsylvania board officials rn- contest the j tallies. - |Barton, t". Friendsville High girls defeated|Good, c ... the Oakland sextet in the prelim-1 *H 1C|ICS ' . B iilnry game, 3-1-8. Mury Sister of j sct'tcrmim,' Friendsville and Jane Friend o' ' Totals Ccvnrly . Gibbons, t ,., P V;,'!D. WlcMlnc, t ' McClunfj, f? .. : E. \Vlo):llne, g •f:Lewis, sub' Class Class ceive $10 for working games and $17.50 for' games. • . . The district board charges that turned down the ,nd hired' Pennsylvania offi- '•"IRamey blters ;he of 15 shots to play a part in his team's .triumph. ^venteen personal fouls were; called on Paw Paw and ten on the Eagles, The lineups: Fort Aslrty G- F Ptt. Dyer, r 0 o-D 0 BlftUch. •- 3 1-10 1 Dayton, c ; 0 0-0 0 g 0 0-0 0 Boatman,' (c 3 3-3 . 3 Whitaere, sub .2 ll-:6 15 Meyers, sub 0 0-0 0 _..„_!_-_(.!than was being asked by the top £ rom ' ^officials working regularly in Cumberland and .vicinity. Thc Dukes' three-man front out-of-bounds play. use It In the All-American -Leasrue. Several other clubs have employed It, since, the Wheeling Blues using it against the Dukes here last Sunday. Incidentally, Altoona tied Wheeling for -first place by nosing out/ a surprising Butler team, 54-52, last nisht at Altoona. Totais ...• a raw Paw G, I 0 ;ilcr. t .1 Anderson, c 1 'adipan, % 7 '.obertson, g- , 1 Kaylor, sub 2 Simmons, sub 1 .......... 1 Totals ....13 11-29 F 0-0 0-3 l-l 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-1 3-8 KcJerecs—Clark and J. Roby. CATAMOUNTS SHADE' SHEPHERD, '54 TO 52 SHEPHERDSTOWN,.W. Va.—The Potomac State Catamounts marked up their second victory in sb: West Virginia Intercollegiate Conference starts by nosing out the Shepherd Rams, 54-52, here last night. •The game was .nip and .tuck throughout,-Potomac, holding a 27. The victory' gave the Flyers a 25 lead at halftime. Shepherd forged •with a system front. using a four-man record of-eight wins and four losses. I ahead by two points at the end of Wheeling lias won ten and lost five. | the third, period', but Potomac came The percentage of each team in .657. Cumberland holds down third The,, out-of-bounds switch is an j place with seven victories and five Kloiz was the first to (reverses. o:i in the last quarter 'to take a lead it maintained-until, the end. Jim Eaton of Potomac was high scorer, netting 23 points. BASKETBALL RESULTS {By The Associated. Pres-i) EAST St. Louie 5C, Lcnjr Island -*7 Hoiy Cross 69, Chicago Loyola C. C.. N. Y. 64, V.'est VirRinin &0 Prir.cetcn 51, Harvard 46 Bluefield <W. v;\ ( } State 72, St. Poly 52 , , Morri.-i Hnrvcy 77. Aidfirson-Broadilu:; 49 V?e$t Va., Stiiie S-l, WilljerlorcG 6tac« M Potomac Stnte 54, Shepherd 52 DePaul 59, Ko'.ro Dame 38 Kentucky G3, Bowling Green Kansas 42, Missouri 36 Butler-5D, Miami (Ohio) 3d SOUTH Catholic (1-f. V/estcrn Maryland 40 Virginia 53, Virginia Military 4G Centenary 32, Louisiana Tech 30 Murray (Ky.) 56, Evanuville 54 Clemson 61, Woiforcl £9 Presbyterian 54. Ncxvbcrry 52 Westc'rn Carolina 50, Appalachian 57 Atlantic Christian 30, aufl.'ord 30 Eastern Kentucky 05, MorehciMl (Ky.) Georgetown (Ky.) 30. Berca 3C Auburn 41, Geordla Tech 33 , Wrn. & Mary 96, Baltimore Univ. 3 1 Ila:r>p:len-S.vdncy C2, Kandolph-Mauon 34 North Carolina State 04, Davidson 4V Southwestern Louisiana 70, Louisiana Virginia Tech 50, Duke 40 South Carolina CO. The Citadel 34 Virginia Medical 40, Lynchburn 3fJ Spring Hi:i 49, M1S3. Southern 33 • Austin Feay 63, Memphis State 63 Coach Al Severence rates Weglicki as the most player on the current basketball team. shots. • preliminary Romney girls won over the Capon sextet by the score of 13-15. Friday night at Ronmej Oakland r'nubcr, f Baker, i Kelly, c Atr.c!(l, Warren. i; Kley, sub Albnncse, sub 0 Kail:, Stair, Houser. Se'.by, f .......... Friend, : ......... Kobir.son, J. Ilunrbcrncn, Totals ;.... • Score by periods PIEDMONT KEYSBK Score by periods: OAKLAND 6 FRIENDSVXLLE .6 Referee—Grimm. Referees—Klllcn ftr.d Thornan. Moorefleltl . J. Vance, I E'l.sher, f . Hott, e . Harman, Oun, Demands from, Hialeah race track patrons. for the color pos ciuests for the other five,cards of- Totils Thomas Btcmplis, r , G'innintonlo, DiBacco, Quattro. Orecco. p; rered free by the Totals 33 Scorn b;. r periods:MOOREFIELD 15 THOMAS ID- 28 Of.'lclals—E. Miers and Stewart. GUARANTEED $4,00 Allowance for your old battery. Totnls Slsl;. Capon "Brid-e Peer, f: Shannoltr, f. Saton, c Kcilncs, Peacemaker. Wikon. nub. ESSO STATION Mechanic af Bedford Telephone 861 Totals Score by periodr, ROMN'BV CAPON BRIDGE , • Referee—Curran r i-t o-o' 3-0 0-0 1-3 0-15 F 1-2 3-1! !-5 1-1 0-1 0-3 Cuts As the third frame got under^iway, Dick Leo. and 'Francis KltzmEler pumped in field goals from the^qut- side for' LaSalle to cut, the, Bidgele? lead to 14-10, but Paul Lindsay connected- with a, pivot shot at j tills stage to touch off.-an explosion of Hidgeley points, the Hawks Reading., 29-15 when the period drew" .to a. close. .' •: ' •'._." - Lindsay and Roy Comet-.-were Ridgeleyls top scorers, each" hoop- ing 13 points: Leo and Kitzmilleiv with two fielders apiece,.were.."the only LaSalle players to score, more one goal..- • : 6'victory .was the third in five while, the loss . sixth in nine con- was LaSalle's tests. The. lineups: G. Comer, f ... Loy'l ...... Mndsay, o .. Dorscy, e Plshcr, I ... Carter, sab . Day, sub Mason. «ub.. .......... - LoO-.ird. =ub .... ..... . 0 PHllllps, sub ......... 0 Totals Leo, i Kltanlllcr, 11 Sitter, c .... Burke, g — L. Arnone, .g . Christ, sub ., Miller, nub .. Close, sub* T. ; JF. PI«. s-6 ' 3 . • :: G. 2 2 , 0 0 "0 0 ,0 \Vood, EUb '.. 0 Mullaney, sub - 3-1 •• - 0-0 < -1-1 ' • 1-3. -.-1-3- 1 0-1 0-0 16-24 r. 1-5 0-1 2-: 0-0 . 0-1 0-0 1-2 0-0' '1-1 0-0 • 1-2 0-0 0-0 J-F. fU. 2 S 3 ' ' < 0 « 0 0 Pnupc,'sub '...'... o Ingram, cub 0 Crowe, sub 0 TOtllc 6 *-!+ 1 Non-scorlnu subs—S«ll. Parrell. Score by periods: ' ' . 8 14 .1. 03. 0. offlclalis—Uoby and Kocacl. FIGHTS LAST NIGHT (3y .The Associated Press). LOS ANGELES—Freddie Bcihore. l»7ri. El Monte. Calif., outpointed Joe \7tlien. 2 : A, Vienna, Aiatrla. (10). SAN JOSE, Calif.—Nlct Diaz, 137, Los- Angeles, outpointed Benny Calla, 142, Oakland, (10). - • MIAMI, Fla,—Eisner "VIolcni'.'.-.-Bar. 205, Hastings, Pte,, tzocked out Tei 3od<i!r, 19«4,. Omaha.. (4). ., - - - • NEW YORK — (ParJc;' Ar«na)—Leor Lc- Brun, 123%, New York;: outpolattd~3ose- Colan Garcia, 1JSV., Puerto Rico, («)-. - Coa; Detroit, and Miguel .Acevcdcv •.: ana. drc^, (10). LOOTSVILLE-Slll. Peaks, JH, stopped Tlrady 'Welch, ISO, Clnclnnntl,^ (3). SPORTS MffiROR > TODAY A YEAR AOO—The Ncw^Yojt football Olanti olgncd 2U1 umbia end, - • , THREE . 1TEA31S AOO—Th« Nn.ttoo»! Football League Cleveland , Rants urar:*- Icrred their Iranchiso to LOB AE(:cl«.-_ . riVE YEARS AGO—Aagelo BcrttlU of Notre. Dame trac awarded the Zi ' Trophy as tho,.year's outstanding i< player. •• • ' -'••-, '•' . • • TZJJ YEAIIS AQO—Sun K!ddl» «t!d,le' rejected «. SI.000,000 offer Irom Louis B. Mayer for Man O'-War. ' '. . Totals 10 Rtiferee—Ehelton. vts .! VIADCCX INN WINS • .1;' Viaduct.Inn 'scored a 2-1 victory, '[over Kelly's Place in'a shuffleboard 3 1 match last night at the Inn. Don i Gray led Kelly's attack with 29 points; while Bob McFadden had 28 for the Viaduct. COUNTY LEAGUE TO MEET The County Softball League will first meeting of the year tonight- at 7:30 at the Corriganville American Legion Home. WINTER WEATHER IS HARD ON TRUCKS! iff our expert m«e/ioni'ci look yourt ovtr NOWl Gurley Brothers Your "Dodge" Dealer by GOOD/VEAR More Riding Comfort Mor« Safety ... Longer Car Life CONVENIENT TERMS ON OUR EASY PAY PLAN SERVICE STORES ^i.. Phone. 12 "17 -X. IVIcchanJc St_

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