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Thirty-two t. Patrick's, Christ Our King to Meet for C. Y. O. Play-off Championship Victors Score Second Straight To Gain Finals Ninth Ward Passers Whip St. Ann's, 47-13, While Huskies Are Nosed, 41-40 St. Patrick's and Christ Our King will meet in the final series of the C. Y. O. Basketball League playoffs. The finalists gained the right to meet for the crown by respectively registering their second straight triumphs to end the preliminary scries last night in the Armory. Christ Our King eliminated St. Ann's 47-43, while St. Pat's continue to surprise by nosing St. Hedwig's top team in the regular standings, by a. 41-40 score. Trailing 38 to 30 with but three jj minutes of play remaining, St. Hed- ' wig's put on a thrilling rally to draw abreast of their opponents. Slip Gawarzewski dropped in a pair of field goals, Franny Sullivan sank two fouls and Hank Borecki knotted the count at 33-all with another two-pointer. Bob Gregory dropped a field goal to put St. Patrick's ahead and Hawk Matuszewski tied the score again with a field goal, only to have Jim McCullin win the game for St. Patrick's with a foul with only 20 seconds to go. Gregory took scoring honors with 17 points, closely trailed by Gawarzewski with 16. Paced by Joe Hurley and Malcolm Pritchett, Christ Our King moved into a 20 to 19 lead at halftime, and came through with 27 points to St. Ann's 24 in the second half to clinch the triumph. Hurley and Pritchett divided scoring honors with 15 points each. Hurley tallied seven field goals and one foul, while his teammate accounted for six field goals and three penalty conversions. For the losing quintet, Billy Do-herty was high man with five field goals and a quartet of fouls for 14 points. ST. ANN'S ICHR1ST OUR KING Captain of Garnet McG :gie.f Doherty.f Jams.c McGoaegal.g Reed.g Williams. 8 Hasten, g Foster.g Totals G. F. P ' 1 5 Huriev.f 4 14'R:ley.f 0 12'Thomas.e 1 3 Pritchett. g 0 2 McGinnis.g 0 0 Schiavi.g 2 4 1 3 9 43; Totals G. F. P 7 1 15 3 8 1 3 3 15 3 2 0 4 19 9 47 6T. Wilson,! Reed,f Ferguson.f Barlow.c Gregory. g Sansone.g VIcCullin.g Totals PATRICK S ! ST. HEDWIG'S G. F. P.l G. F. P. 0 0 0 Sullivan, f 3 2 8 3 0 6 G'srzewski.I 7 2 16 2 3 1 Szewezyk.f 0 0 0 1 0 2 W.M zewski.e 3 3 7 8 1 17 Borecki. 3 0 6 0 0 0 Pankowski.g 0 11 3 3 9 H.M zewski.g 10 2 17 7 41i Totals 16 8 40 " - s i' $ - Z s z Red Devil Nine Lists 14 Games Wilmington Opens April 11 With Chester High; Only Five Veterans Returning Cloyd (Fuzz) Fausnaugh Fausnaugh, captain of the Swarthmore College basketball team, will lead the Little Quakers against LaSalle in the opening game of the Middle Atlantic Basketball Conference championships tomorrow night in the University of Delaware Fieldhouse. In the second game, Muhlenberg battles Albright. The winners meet Saturday night for the conference crown. The Delaware Athletic Office announced today that several hundred tickets for the two games are still available. Tickets may be purchased for either tomorrow or Saturday night. Dudley Voted Most Valuable Steelers' Star Back Wins Grid League '46 Award The Wilmington High School base ball team, coached by Howard Wills, will take on an old rival when they open their 1947 baseball season with Chester High School on April 11, at Chester. Wills said today that the Red Devils now have ll games scheduled definitely, and have pending two games with Claymont High and one with Alexis I. duPont High, which give them a total of 14 contests. - Only five varsity players will return this season, including Jack Hushebeck, the Devils, hurler, who turned in some creditable mound work last year. Others are Howard DeKnight. Hushebeck's battery-mate; Bill Kappa, first baseman; Vince Nicastro, an outfielder, and John Van Hoy, also a "daisy picker." Wills declared that it will be at least two weeks before he will be able to get his squad outside for practice. Some of the other players whom Wills is depending on to fill the gaps left by departing varsity men are Infielder Jim Webber, Outfield ers Paul Prodolak and Bill Lort, Shortstop Jimmy Giles, and Third Baseman Eugene Maloney. "All of them showed promise last season and I look for them to develop well this season," Wills said. The schedule which closes with Conrad on June 3 follows: April 11 Chester High. away. April 18 Brown Vocational, away. April 22 Howard High, away. April 25 Open. April 29 Open. May 2 P. S. duPont High, away. May 6 Open. May 9 Open. May 13 Open. May 16 Brown Vocational, home. May 20 Howard High. home. May 23 Newark High, home. May 27 Open. May 28 P. S. duPont High, home. May 29 Conrad, home. June 2 Newark High, away. June 3 Conrad High, away. 12 Teams Sign With City Baseball League Representatives from 12 teams were present at last night's reor-ganizational meeting of the City Baseball League, which was held in Huber's Store. Teams represented were: "Park-side, Vandever; St. Anthony's, Lorraine A. C, St. Nicholas', Happy Valley, Little Flower, St. Ann's, St. Mary's, St. Anthony's of New Castle, and Brown Derby. The league's next meeting will be held at Huber's next Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. Other teams interested in joining the loop are urged to have representatives attend or contact Bob Raynor at 3-5151. Umpires wishing to officiate in the league this season are also asked to attend. Mat Tourney Entries Heavy Classes in State Amateur Event Saturday Assured Of Strong Competition Rifle and Pistol Club Sets Two New Marks The 1 Delaware Rifle and Pistol Club's A team defeated the Sinclair Rifle and Pistol Club, 1,424-1,354, in a Middle Atlantic Indoor Rifle League match last night. The victors' team total set a new league mark, and E. Clayton's individual score of 290 breaks the previous leazue high of 288. The Delaware Rifle and Pistol Club 'B" team defeated West Ches ter Rifle and Pistol Club last night at West Chester, Pa., by the score oi 1355 to 1334. DELAWARE I SINCLAIR W. Cann 273!J. Tasker. Sr. 272 C. Conner 275 E. Logan 265 L. Messicic 263IJ. Tasker. Jr. 256 F Wince 264 J. S;pps 272 E. Clavton 290 R. Sipps 218 C. Green 284 M. Daller 289 R. Elder 286 R. Sharp 249 B. McCallister 289 J. Connelly 243 Totals 1,424' 'Totals 1,354 WEST CHESTER 1 DELAWARE B' 8. Williamson 255 B. Kirby 274 W. Seal 240' J. Smallwood 7f J. Williamson 273!R. Campbell 245 6. Johnson 263 F. Gibison 236 H. Seal 270iB. Schiavonl 268 C. McCardl 273!E. Reeder 274 H. Wahls 255' C. Crossan 260 H. Williamson 244 F. Lesney 251 A. Harshbarger 135'J. Scott 251 W. Sheldon 262 Totals 1334j Totals 1355 Only five highest scores count in team total. Bostwick, Gawthrop Cop W.C.C. Squash Title R. C. Bostwick and S. McGill Gawthrop defeated D. R. Wells and H. P. Scott III, 18-14, 17-14, 10-15, 15-14, yesterday, to capture the Wilmington Country Club's squash racquets doubles championship. Bostwick and Gawthrop moved Into the final round by turning back J. A. Draper and John E. Flaherty, 15-17, 15-5, 15-11, 15-11, while Wells and Scott advanced by defeating H. Wallace and R. B. Ketcham, 15-10, 15-11, 16-14. Wells . teamed with George Bis-seil, Jr., to take the doubles crown in 1945, but paired with Scott when his former partner was unable to compete this year. . NEW YORK. March 13 (INS). Pittsburgh's brilliant halfback. Bill Dudley, today was named the National Football League's most valuable player for 1946. The former University of Virginia star was awarded the Joe F. Carr Memorial Trophy by a vote of a committee of sports writers. Bob Waterfield, Los Angeles quarterback who won the award in 1945, was the runnerup this time. Dudley received eight first and two second place votes for 42 points. Wakefield had four first and four seconds for 28 points. Ted Fritsch, Green Bay fullback, was third with 18 points and Sid Luckman, Chicago Bears quarterback, fourth, with 17. Dudley won the ground-gaining title with 604 yards in 146 attempts for an average of 4.1 yards every time he carried the ball. He led the league in intercepting passes with 10 f-r 242 yards and one touch down. He also led in punt returns with 27 for 385 yards. He has announced his retirement from football and is now doing graduate work at Virginia, Hogan, Demaret Head Field at Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 13 (JP). Golf's top-ranking money players, led bv Ben Hogan, were set to tee off today in the first round of the $10,000 Jacksonville Open tournament the finale of the Florida winter season. Hogan is a hands-down favorite to take $2,000 first prize money. Only slightly less favored, however, is Jimmy Demaret who with Beltin' Ben makes up the 1947 edition of the Gold Dust twins. Both have been finishing in the money regular ly in recent months. The 6,508-yard par-72 Hyde Park municipal course is a trickier lay out than the Brentwood Links where the first two tourneys were held. Many of its fairways are narrow with a liberal sprinkling of sand traps. Laurel Cops Playoff Game LAUREL, March 13 (Special). The Laurel Owls won the first game of the play-off series in the Eastern Shore League Tuesday night topping Salisbury A. A., 50-38. Dick Cooper, Laurel, was high scorer of the game with 17 points. Howard 8Bs Win Title The Howard Junior High School's 8B5 defeated the 8As, 16-14, in the finals of an intra-mural basketball tournament in the school yesterday. Elizabeth Braves Clinch Last Play-Offs Berth Any hopes cherished by the Wil mington Blue Bombers for a berth in the American Basketball League playoffs flickered out last night when the Elizabeth Braves notched a 59-53 victory over the Troy Celtics Last night's triumph gave Eliza beth a record of 15 wins and 18 setbacks for an average of .455 to the Bombers' 15 wins and 20 losses and a percentage of .429. Sadowskr s 35 Points Put Rebels in Series NEW YORK, March 13 (JP). Ed Sadowski, the former Seton Hall College star who started off the Basketball Association of America's first season as playing coach of the Toronto Huskies and wounvi up with the Cleveland Rebels, was responsible today for sparking the Rebels to a Western Division playoff berth. Sadowski left Toronto early In the season after expressing dissatisfaction with the management over salary terms. Together with such stars as Mel Riebe and Kenny Sailors, he lifted the Rebels up to a point where they now have an even split in their 52 games played to date. Sadowski poured in 35 points last night as Cleveland edged Detroit, 89-81, to gain third place behind Chicago and St. Louis, Sadowski sank 11 field goals and 13 of 17 free throws to run his total for 45 games to 697. In the only other game of the night, last-place Boston came within a half game of overtaking Toronto in the Eastern Division's "battle of the basement," by winning 69-57. Entries in all weight classes for the State Amateur Wrestling Championships to be held this Saturday are pouring in, according to Bernard M. Nobis who is chairman of the tournament committee. Among the entries received is one from William Foraker who, although only 16, is expected to put up a good battle for the 175-pound cham pionship. Ducky Taylor, another 16-year-old, Is entered in the 165-pound class. In the heavyweight class only one entry has thus far been received and that is from Edward Regenauer who has wrestled in three dual meets representing the Wilmington Y. M. C. A. and has been defeated only once. An entry of interest to Delaware- ans in the 155-pound class is that received from one of the wrestling coaches at St. Andrew's School in Middletown. He is Chester E. Baum, Jr., who is & 28-year-old member of the faculty of that school. Al though he was an outstanding wrestler in college it is expected that his endurance will be severely tested by some of the younger boys who are entered. Perhaps the outstanding" participant in this first state wide grap pling tournament for amateurs is that of Bill Laurelli, 28-year-old World War II veteran, who is now an instructor at the Veterans' Facil ity at Perrv Point, Md. Laurelli is a graduate of the University of Dela ware where he was the originator, captain and star of the WTestling team. He has held many titles, the most recent ones being in 1942 when he was the winner of the Middle Atlantic 155-pound championship and in 1943 when he won the 155-pound title in the Mason-Dixon Intercollegiate Conference, as a member of the Delaware team. Francis Cahoon, veteran Y. M. C. A. matman, who was expected to make a strong bid for the 155-pound crown, will not be able to compete, due to an injury received last week while wrestling at Washington College with the "Y" team. Cahoon, due to his experience, has been appointed chief official for the tournament. Goldey Cagers Defeat Brown Overtime Triumph Gives Locals Best Record In School's Court History Goldey College closed out the best basketball season in the history of the school last night by defeating powerful -Brown Prep of Philadel phia, 64-62, in Kenney gym, Phila delphia, in an overtime struggle. At the end of the regulation play ing time, the teams were dead locked at 56-56, Goldey knotting the count in the last 15 seconds when Earl Burns made good on a pair of free throws. In the overtime, Coach Ollie Corrigan's team matched Brown's three fielders with the game going to the Wilmington team by the margin of two foul tosses in the extra period. Burns topped the Goldey team with 17 points on five fielders arid seven foul conversions out of as many attempts, while Seward Jones' excellent defensive play was also a factor. The victory gave Goldey a sea sonal record of 14 victories against four reverses. GOLDEY I BROWN PREP. G. T. P ! G. F. P 5 16 Wojtu.k,f 2 0 4 7 niJones.t 1 9i Adams. c 2 12 Copestick.f S I! Rullo.g A 31 MaUios.g O O'Salko.g Hales.f Burns.f Kracyla.f Steffe'berg.c McDowell. g Jones, g Loire. g Totals 23 18 (4; Goldey 5 Frown Pren .......14 Total 14 1 0 14 3 1 2 3 ft 0 10 S 21 0 0 0 41 1 13 36 10 3 19 8 4 19663 DuPont, Browniown Win In Senior Park Play DuPont downed Conrad. 28-25 and Browntown nosed out Christina 40-38, last night in semi-final play oL." games in the Senior Park Bas ketball League's championship play offs. As a result DuPont moved into the final round, while Christina and Browntown will meet in the third and final game of their series to night on the Brown Vocational School court. Two semi-final play-off games will be played in the Playground League tonight. Settlement A meeting Con cord, and Settlement B opposing Market. DUPONT 1 CONRAD G. F. P.l g. r Baseball Gleanings LAKELAND. Fit.. March, 13 (JO. Bill Pierce, the Tiger' 30-year-old rookie lefthander, drew the starting pitching assignment today as the Tigers went alter their third straight exhibition game victory, this time against the Washington Senators. Rule Gentry. Pierce's teammate at Buffalo last season, was scheduled to follow the youngster to the mound. Hal Kewhoueer. making his first appearance of the spring, and Al Benton shared an eight-hit Job yesterday as the Tigers levelled their sprinj series with Cine in nati by defeating trie Reds 5-2. TUCSON. Art March 13 MV Larry Jansea, New York Giants' rkie pitcher wha wai hit in the face fey a ball S Bob Feller's bat Tuesday, will be eat ef action far about twe weeks. He will remain in tbe hespital far several days and then ge te his Ore-gen home. TUCSON. Ariz.. March 13 m. Hank Edwards, hard-hitting Cleveland right fielder who dislocated his right shoulder and tore a muscle in a fall, will be out for four or five weeks. The Indians clubbed out a 12-1 victory over the Giants in yesterday's exhibition for their third victory in five tilts with the Polo Ground ers. MIAMI. Fla.. March 11 (&. St. Lenis Browns retnrned to their losing ways yesterday, taking a 7-3 lacing from the Philadelphia Athletics. The two teams meet again today at West Palm Beach. ST. PETERSBURG. Fla., March 13 UP. Manager Eddie Dyer's squad of 44 St. Louis Cardinals players now are all in camp. Outfielder Harry walker had nis first workout with the Redbirds yester day. Rogers Hornsby McKee. who was sent here as a first base prospect while Stan Musial was a holdout, has left to join the Columbus farm team at Daytona Beach. ORLANDO, Fla., March 13 m. Manager Ossie Rlnege has nominated Sid Hudson. Milo Candini and Chic Pieretti to carry the pitching load in the Senators' exhibitioner with Detroit today. Hadson is tentatively one of five designated as a starting harler opening day with Judson and Pieretti on the fringe. FT. LAUDERDALE. Fla., March 13 T. Billy Southworth is eser to get the Boston Braves into winning habits. The Braves Dlay Pittsburgh again today and South worth announces that Mort Cooper will go to the hill to start the exhibition con test. He will be followed by Lefty Warren Spahn and Big Ed Wright. SARASOTA, Fla.. March 13 A long drill an fundamentals was scheduled for the Boston Red Sox today. The American Leagne champions trimmed the Phils 4-1 yesterday Ted Williams crossed up the tandem to the risht defense and tripled to left field. Rookie Bill Goodman also banged a triple as well as a double. F. O'.tenl.f R. Ottenl.f Flickenger.f Giustl.c Rcggerio.g Fahey.g Kellev g Totals New York Yankees Scout Making Headquarters Here Bill McCorry, Who Broke Into Baseball Back in 1907, Working Out of Wilmington ; Was Former Road Secretary for Cincinnati Reds By NORVIN RIP) COLLINS Wilmington, the home of the Philadelphia Phnlies farmhands-th -Blue Rocks has been invaded by another major league baseball club. In fact there are those who still contend that the newcomer is synonymous with baseball itself. Meaning, of course, the New York Yankees. . No they aren't starting a rival farm club here or anything like that -as a matter of fact they have only a single representative. : Ke is Bill McCorrv. who after 43 Tp . TT "I j years of baseball in which he has Battle for Berth Syracuse and C. C. N. Y. To Meet Monday Night For Garden Tourney Spot NEW YORK, March 13 (JP). The N. C. A. A. basketball tournament selection committee left it up to City College of New York and Syracuse today to decide which team shall represent District 2 in the Eastern Regionals starting in Madison Square Garden next Thursday. Both schools agreed to a play off at the Troy, N. Y., Armory tomorrow night, City's athletic faculty committee reaching a decision only after a three-hour session behind closed doors. Neither Nat Holman, City coach. nor Prof. Anthony Orlando, faculty manager f athletics, would reveal the subject of the faculty meeting but it was known by students and players alike that the possibility of refusing to compete was being considered. Earlier this year the same com-ilost 11 that year covered every phase from playing to owning a ball club now has the job as scout for the Yankees. To Make His Home Here McCorry plans on making his home here in Wilmington "until . the Yankees decide to ship me to another part of the country. He has the job of scouting a Us-; trict that includes New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania. . Delaware. Maryland and the District of Columbia. As a result he decided to settle in Wilmington, which he figures about as close to being the hub of his territory as he could find. McCorry started in organized baseball as a pitcher, a righthander by the way, with Greensburg, Pa, in the Western Pennsylvania League back in 1907. "That was a long time ago," he said, "and I hit a lot of clubs in the intervening years." In 1909 he played for the St. Louis Browns and then in 1911 went to Albany, which was in what was then the New York State League. His Best Season That was the year I had my best season." he mused, "I won 18 and The following mittee had resolved "never to! season l went wim ine Detroit, ti-schedule an athletic contest with algers and from there I went to San 1 a 4 Pepe.f 0 0 3 6 Torr.f 1 0 3 3 0 4 Tslley.f 0 3 3 3 4 loiLullt.c 3 1 7 0 0 0 Fuses. g 3 4 8 1 o 2'Verderamo.g 113 0 3 2'Schiavello.g 113 I 9 25 10 281 Totals Ben Morgan to Wrestle Camera Tonight at Armory ARMORT WRESTLING Primo Camera, Italy, vs. Bearded Ben Morgan, Texas, one fall to a finish. Sandor Kovaci, Hungary, and Harry Finklestein, Xew York. vs. Ace Freeman, New York, and Frank Marconi, Buenos Aires, best-of -three-falls team bout. Jesse James, Washington, vs. Abe Stein. New Tork, one-fall 30-minntes. Eddie King. Albany, vs. Kola Kwariani, Russia, one-fall 30-min-utes. First bout: 8:45 o'clock. Primo Camera, Italy, will meet the toughest ring foe he has ever taken on at the State Armory when he clashes with Bearded Ben Morgan, Texas, in tonight's feature bout. The show will start at 8:45 o'clock. Morgan is fully as big and strong as Camera and possesses a catlike agility that the Italian lacks. He will enter the ring with every Intention of being the first man to v;hip the former heavyweight boxing king since Camera turned grap-pler. In the semi-final Sandor Kovacz, of Hungary pairs with Harry Finklestein, New York, in a best of three falls team match against last week's S tvv J nmo arnera winning duo of Frank Marconi, South American, and Ace Freeman, New York. Two half-hour preliminary bouts round out the card. In the second bout Jesse James, Washington. D. C, will take on Abe Stein of New York. Kola Kwariani, Russian matman, meets the popular and clever Eddie King of Albany in the opening bout. CHRISTIANA O. F. P.l Higman.f 7 1 ISiFishettl.t BROWNTOWN O. F. P. L. C'kowskl.f 0 Jankowski.f 3 Wickerson.f l Cook,c 3 Ballas.g 1 T. C'owski.g 8 Macuk.g 0 Tw'wskl.g 1 Totals 15 3IGorski.f 6'Knaver.f 4bbott.f 5 Schu'.er.o 3!Albera.g 0 Kchnast.g 01 21 1 3 4 12 o n A 0 0 13 3 13 0 0 t 38! Totals 18 8 40 Legion, Boys' Qub Win In State Cage Tourney Legion No. 1 defeated Y. M. H. A., 42-36, Wilmington Boys' Club downed P. S. duPont Hi-Y, 37-22; and the Ukranians whipped the Cavaliers, 45-35, in first-round games in the Delaware State junior basketball championships at the Y. M. C. A. last night. LEGION KO. 1 I T. M. H. A. G. F. P.l G. F. P Daley.f 3 0 Pizor.f 4 19 Middleton.f 1 1 3 Schwartz.f 10 3 Wassen f 4 1 fl Aeronson.f 0 0 0 Kwiatkl.c 3 1 THendler.e 3 0 Hushebeck, c 3 1 1 Sharp, g 10 3 Hogan. x 3 0 Solomon. g 137 Maloney. g 3 0 4 Balick.g 0 0 0 Taylor. g 0 0 0 Totals ..19 4 421 Totals 10 26 duPONT H-T G. F. P. BOYS CLUB I P. S G. F. P.l Jones. f 3 S ll'Jester.f 0 J 1 Salaty.f 1 0 2'Macness.f 1 4 Bonkowski.f 1 3 SVanarenf 0 2 3 Pietusyka.f 0 0 OHuber.c 2 3 7 FUas.c 5 3 13 Strouse.g 0 3 3 Hayes. g 1 1 ' 3 Moletteire.g 2 0 4 Dineen.g 1 0 2 Wanstall.g 0 0 0 Kucyskig 0 0 0' Kulesza.g 0 3 2' Totals .. 12 13 37 Totals ... S 12 22 UKRAINIANS G. F. P.! Gallhiof OToole.f VanLeer.f Podolak.e Reilly.c Pianloni.g HaU.e Giles Totals CAVALIERS G. F. P. 3 5 11 Ranson.f 10 2 Carrington.f 3 3 8 Hackett.c 4 2 10 Harris. c 0 1 1 DeShields.e 3 1 7' Congo g ' 3 2 fi Farrcil.g 0 0 Oj 1 13 45; Totals ... 0 2 C 14 1 13 2 3 0 0 1 3 I 1 12 11 35 First U. P. Prevails First United Presbyterian handed St. Paul's a crushing 62-20 defeat last night in a Senior Church Basketball League game. FIRST U. P. I ST. PAUL'S O. F. P.l o. F. P. T.H'mond.f 5 0 lOiBlackson.f 1 0 2 1 13 Brown. f 1 15'Cann.e 0 4!Hurst.g 0 12 Stewart. g 0 2!Sutton,( 0 2i 0 41 a 62 B. Wman.f 8 B. Jeffers.f 7 B. Davison, o 2 B. Boyle, e 8 Wright.g 1 J. Dillman.g 1 A. Spahr.g 3 Totals 30 Totals I 4 20 1947 Eastern Shore League Schedule KEEP CAMBRIDGE. KEHOBOTH.. P. S. 8A-4& Top Hanover The P. S. duPont School's 8A-4 basketball team downed the Hanover Midgets, 45-27, yesterday. Fights Last Night By Associated Press OAKLAND. Calif. Zarl Turner. 147. K:clj2nond. Calif., outpointed Jackie Wilson, 147. Lcs Aageles (12). 2W YORK fJamaica Arenai Tony l.bua. 135, New York, knocked out Corky Davis, 131V, Worcester, Mass. (5). McKITE SPORT. Pa. Err SarUn. 183, FitLs'ourgh, outpointed Colion Chaney, 132, IctLanspohs U0u ST. LOUIS K:l Riviera. 220. St Louis, knocked o-jt BUI Poland, 197, New York (5). PRESQUE ISLE, Me Gil Williams, 195, fresque Isle, knocked out Pat Devlne, 1&5, Boston (4). MIAMI, Fit. Clarence fCottoa) Xing. t'-t, M-aaii. and Joey Peralta, 1481. TimaaJt. Fa , drew (16). DOVER. EASTON... FEDEBJ4XSBCB.G. IMILFOED. SALisBrar. SEAFOED. AT AT AT AT AT AT CAMBRIDGE BEHOBOTH DOVER EASTON FEDERALSBCBG M1LFORD May 9. 22 May 20 May 18, 30 May 11, 2 May 17. 29 June 4. 2J June 1. 16. 23 June 6. 20 June , 18 June 15. 30 PACE J"iy s. is July u. & July 13- 2. 3i July 4- ao- M July 10- 11 "" Aug. 3. 15 Aug. 9. 24 Aug. 10, 31 Aug. 17 Aug. t. 22 . Sept. 5 Sept. 3 Sept. 1 - . Sept. 7 May 8, 23 May 13 May 10. 29 May 14, 25 May 19, 30 June 5. 23 . June 2, 12. 25 June 8. 18 June 10. 27 June 7. 20 July 7, 18 WITH July 13, 21 July 2. 19. 29 July 5, 15 - July 4. 23. 31 Aug. 2. 14 us sis Au? n 19 Aug. 17, 28 Aug. 4. 21, 29 Aug. 12. 31 Sept. 4 Sept. 1 May 21, 31 May 12 May 17. 26 May 19. 28 May 8. 23 , June 17. 23 June 3. 13. 34 June 14. 30 June 7, 20 June 5, 22 July 12. 28 July 14. 22 THE July 9. 18 July . 23. 31 July 3, 16 Aug. 8, 25 Aug 10. 18 Aug. 6. 23 Aug. 15, 31 Aug. 2. .14, M Sept. 2 Sept. 1 Sept. 7 May 19. 30 May 11. 28 May 16. 27 May 21 May 14, 25 June 7. 21 June 9. 19 June 15 - Jun !- 25 June 10 27 July 14, 23 July 3. 20. 30 July 1. 10. 17 SHORE Ju'y 1J. July 5, 25 Aug. 1. 11. 30 Aug. 16. 27 Aug. 7. 23 Aug. 8. 35 Aug. 4. 21, 29 Sept. 6 - Sept. 5 May 10. 27 May 15. 24 May 18. 29 May 20. 31 May 13 June 9, 19 June 11. 26 June 8. 21 June 17. 24 Ju"e 1J- 2' July '4. 19. 30 July 6. 26 July 8, 24 July 11. 22 LEAGUE J" 28 Aug. 18 Aug. 5, 20, 28 Aug. 1. 12. 30 Aug. 9. 24 Aug. 10, 19 Sept. 1 Sept. 4 Sept. 2 May 16, 28 May 18. 30 May 9, 22 May 15. 24 . May 12 June 14 June 6. 21 June 4, 23 June 11, 28 1 June 3. 13, 29 July 1, 9. 18 July 4. 24 July 3. 15 July 6, 26 July 14. 37 IN ' Aug. 6. 23 Aug. 1, 13, 30 Aug. 3, 15. 27 Aug. 5, 20, 28 Aug. 11. 18 Sept. 8 - Sept. 3 May IS May 20 May 14, 25 May 9. 22 May 16, 30 May 11, 27 June 2, 12, 35 June 1. 17. 29 June 10. 27 June 4. 22 June 15 June 8, 18 July 2. 23 July 11, 27 July 6. 26 July 4, 15 July 1. 9. 18 July 7. 20, 29 Aug. 12, 18. 27 Aug. 8. 24 Aug. 5, 21, 28 Aug. 3, 15 Aug. 6. 23 Aug. 17 Sept. 3 Sept. 1 Sept. 7 Sept. 4 May 14. 24 May 16. 28 May. 11, 30 May 12 May 9. 23 May 21 June 10, 27 June 14 June 9, 18 June 3, 13. 28 June 5, 23 June 1, 16. 25 July 5, 25 July 1. 9, 18 July 4. 19, 29 July 7. 27 July 2, 16 July 12, 21 Aug. 4. 21. 29 Aug. 6. 23 Aug. 17 Aug. 13. 18 Aug. 2. IS, 27 Aug. 8. 25 Sept. 7 Sept. i . Sept. 3 Sept. 1 AT SALISBURY May 13 June 3. 13, 24 July 3. 31 Aug. 13, 19. 2 May 21. 31 June 16. 28 July 12. 28 Aug. 9, 25 Sept. a May 17, 27 June 15, 30 July 10. 17 Aug. 7. 22 Sept. 6 May 15. 24 June 11, 26 July 5. 25 Aug. 4. 20, 29 May 8, 23 June 5, 23 July '4. 16 Aug. 2. 14 Sept. ! May 17, 30 June 14, 30 July 10, 17 Aug. 7. 22 Sept. 6 May 10, 26 June 9, 19 July 8. 19, 30 Aug. 18 Sept. S JOURNAL May 19, 28 June 7, Jo July 14, 23, 31 Aug. 11, 30 AT EEAF03D May 15. 25 June 11. 2 July 6, 26 Aug. 5, 20. 28 May 10, 30 June 8, 19 July 4. 20. 30 Aug. 16 Sept. 4 May 13 June 2, 12, 29 July 8. 28 Aug. 12. 19 Sept. a May 8. 22 June 4, 23, July 3, 15 Aug. 3, 14. 2 May 20. 31 June 17, 24 July 11, 22 Aug. 9. 24 Sept. ! May 18. 29 June 6, 21 July 13. 24' Aug. 1. 10. 31 EVERY EVENING INDICATES HOME GAMES AT NIGHT ON HOLIDAYS. LOS ANGELES. March 13 . Pitchers Paul Erickson and Bob Chipman were slated to work for the Cubs against the White Sox today in the second game of the spring inter-city exhibition series. The Sox planned to pitch Ed Smith, Gordon Maltsoerser and Earl Caldwell. The Cubs won 1-0 yesterday, although outhit by the Sox, 5-3. CLEARWATER. Fla., March 13 I IPS. Jim Tabor is still not at the Philadelphia Nationals- lineup with a sprained ankle. Manager Ben Chapman was pleased with the pitching of Dutch Leonard and Schoolboy Rowe despite the Phils' 4-1 lost to the Red Sox yesterday. Rowe, who reported with a recurrence of an old groin injury earlier in the week, went three innings and held the Sox to one hit. WXST PALM BEACH, Fla , March 13 The Philadelphia Athletics' Barney Mc-Closkey twisted his leg stepping into a hole. in the outfield yesterdav as the A s defeated the Browns. The Mackmen return here today for another game with Muddy Rueis team. Jess Flores, Joe Coleman and George Kemp were scheduled for mound duty. MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. March 13 (INS). Manager Billy Herman of the Pirates today was lookinr for that heralded one-two punch he expected his charges had to devastate enemy pitching thia year. Neither Hanlc Greenberg nor Ralph Kiner, the major league's 1946 home run kings, could get the ball out of the infield yesterday as the Bucs dropped a 6-3 decision to the Braves. Greenberg was fanned twice by Johnny Sam. Stoeckles, Gunners Win Sallies Class Title The Stoeckles defeated the Redskins, 18-16, yesterday to win the Class A intra-mural basketball championship at Salesianum School. The Class B title was captured by the Gunners, who turned in a 21 to 16 decision over the Panthers. Intra-mural competition was supervised by the Rev. John J. Birken-heuer. STOECKLES 1 REDSKINS G. F. P I G. F. P. Fox.r 3 0 S1 T. Shields.t 1 0 : Halloran.f 0 0 0'Corcoran.f 3 4 1 O'Donnell.C 1 2 4Callahan.c 10 2 Piendak.g -1 0 2lHammerer,g 12 4 Rsewski.g 3 O 6'Burke.g 0 0 0 Totals 8 2 18! Totals 5 6 16 team coached by Everett Shelton. Shelton's Wyoming team is the District 7 representative in the tourney, and is conceivable that the Western quintet may meet the Beavers In the East-West playoffs for the N. C. A. A. championship. It was this situation, then, that faced the faculty committee as it deliberated over sending the Beavers into a pre-tourney playoff. Holman and Co-Captains Sid Trubowitz and Paul Schmones were called into the meeting before a verdict was reached. While the committee met, hundreds of students paraded about the campus, singing and cheering. Placards bore the pleas "Open the door. Nat- and "We want that bid." They were jubilant when the decision was made known. "We've been wanting to make the tournament since the first game this season,' said Trubowitz, "and we finally got the break. Both Holman and Lew Andreas, Syracuse coach, are members of the Districts selection committee. The third member, Doc Carlson of Pitts burgh, told Holman and Andreas to settle it between themselves when they contacted him following City's 91-50 triumph over New York Uni versity Tuesday night, The winner of tomorrow night's playoff will join Navy. Wisconsin and Holy Cross, in the Eastern Regionals. Another playoff, be tween Oklahoma and St. Louis, will take place Monday night to decide the District 5 representative. Besides Wyoming, Oregon State and Texas are the other teams in the Western Regionals. PANTHERS G. F. Scully .1 Balbi.f Green. c Lynn.g Cestwicki.g Totals 2 0 4;Dineen.f 1 0 2'Dougherty.f 2 0 4 Cianoulis.c 3 0 5' Lemon, g 0 0 OlAndreoli.g 8 0 16 Totals GUNNERS G. F. P. 3 6 2 2 2 4 1 7 0 2 7 21 Red and Blue Shoot To Be Held Saturday The Wilmington Trapshooting As sociation will hold its annual Red and Blue team match Saturday at 11 a. m. over the association's Basin Road traps. The 50-target 16-yard registered shoot is expected to be the biggest affair to be sponsored by the local club since post-war competition started. Charles Mason, Jr., will captain the Red team and Tom Marshall will head the Blues. Trophies will be awarded each member of the winning squad. A dinnei at the Hickory House will follow the shoot at 6:30 o'clock. White Sox Farm Club To Train at Centreville CENTREVTLLE, Md., March 13 (Special). The Chicago White Sox will send their Fall River, Mass, club of the Class B New England League here for three weeks' spring training beginning April 7. The announcement of the plan was made today by Asbury Bartlett, director of the ball park. Joe Holden. who will be remembered by many Eastern Shore League fans as a catcher with the Philadelphia Phillies farm club here in 1938, will manage the team. It was also announced the Fall River club plans to play a few exhibition games with teams In the Shore league. Y. M. H. A. Tops Atlas The Y. M. H. A. basketball team conquered Atlas Powder, 52-45, at the Mt. Pleasant School last night. Hendler garnered 16 points to pace the winners while Wadman and Ward shared scoring honors for Atlas with 10 points each. In a preliminary game the Atlas General Office team defeated Atlas Point 22-14. ATLAS I T. M. H. A. G. F. P ! G. F. P. 1 0 2i Hoffstein.f 5 4 14 2 0 4 Sloan.f 4 1 9 Fmkle.f 2 1 S! Hendler.c 5 0 10! Polish.g 5 0 lo; Miller.g 1 0 2 Gorowsky.g 0 1 1! 1 0 2 21 3 45 Totals Ferone.f Watters.f Martin.f Cooling, c Wadman, c . Ward.g Abrahams, g Bennett.g Jeffers.g Totals O 6 0 2 4 16 0 6 0 4 0 4 23 8 52 Calif. Welcomes Rocky LOS ANGELES, March 13 (JP) Rocky Graziano, barred In New York, apparently is welcome in California rings. Promoter ,Cal Eaton received a favorable reaction yesterday from the State Athletic Commission concerning a bid to the rugged middleweight. Eaton said he was trying to line up a Graziano fight here in AprU or May. No opponent was named. Moore Purdue Aide LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 13 (INS) Signing of William G. (Bill) Moore as assistant varsity football coach was announced today bv Pur due Athletic Director Guy Mackey. Moore was coach or the Army junior varsity during the past three seasons. The new assistant formerly worked with Head Coach Stuart Holcomb at Muskingum College in Ohio and at Army. Arrow Softies to Meet The Wilmington Arrows' softball team will meet tomorrow night at the J. F. Speer Post Home, Thirty-second and Market Streets, at 7:30 o'clock. Francisco of the Pacific League." Then followed Spokane of the Northwest League and then back to Albany, which was then in the International League. McCorry managed the Albany Club for 15 years. starting in 1920. Then in 1937 he bought tr.ft Albany club which had travelled almost as much as McCorry for it was now in th2 Eastern League. "I kept them for two years and then in 1939 I sold the club to Tom McCafferv who still owns it." After he sold the Albany club McCorry went with the Cincinnati Reds as general manager of their Ogden. Utah, club in the Pioneer League. "Then in 1942 I got my first tasU of scouting." McCorry said, "for th Reds gave me a job as scout in the International League and American Association." Became Road Secretary In 1944 he became road secretary for the Reds and he still laughs over the difficulties of a road secretary in wartime. "We never knew whether or not we were going to have train reservations for the whole team or not," h laughed. "There were a lot of problems connected with the job, but it was fun." Last year he went with th Yankees as general manager of the-Binghamton Yankee of the Eastern League. And it was at that time that he first became acquainted with Wilmington for the Yankees played a exhibition series with the Blue Rocks last spring. Wilmington certainly has a fine ball park." he said, "It was really a fine field to play on. I sort of liked the town when I was here before and so when the Yankees assigned me to this territory. I decided to make it my headquarters. What They Look For When asked just what a scout looks for in prospective ball players he emphasized size and natural ability. "I look for a boy with strong arms and the ability to hit what we call a long ball," McCorry said. "Of course he has to be able to run and so on." A scout is aided by fellows in different communities "who tip him off to likely looking prospects. Thenhej goes to the particular town in question and look over the youngsters himself. If he likes the youngster's looks he signs him up. And perhaps another Joe DiMaggio, or Lefty Grove is on hia way to the fame and glory of bis time baseball and an $80,-000 paycheck. , Claymont All-Stars Win The Claymont All-Stars scored a 76-54 decision over the Marcus Hook A. C. last night at Claymont. ' Pennsy l)owns DuPont In Final Playoff Opener Pennsy took the opening game la the final playoff series for the championship of the Industrial Basketball League last night by topping DuPont Experimental, 40-34, on the Wilmington High School court. The teams will meet in the second of the three-game series tonight at Wilmington High. The clash is listed for 7:30 o'clock. PENNSY EXPERIMENTAL G. F. P. 3 2 Wood.f T. Salaty.f Kiser.f D b ynskl.c Herman.g Larnick.g C'nlngham.c Totals G. F. P.l 1 2 40rth.f 0 OMltten.f 2 lO'Curtji.f 0 6 Barlow, a 0 lO Ergler.g 2 Hahn.g 8 Gillespie,! 4 401 Totals 0 4 3 5 1 4 It e s 2 3 3 15 1 1 0 19 1 ft 4 a 4 34 I WE HAVE THEM! 1 "U. S. Royal De Luxe U. S. Royal Air Ride" MOST SIZES NOW AVAILABLE UNITED TIRE SERVICE CO. 3700 MARKET STREET Phone 2-3721

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