Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 27, 1968 · Page 12
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12--Cumberland Evening Times, Friday, December 27. 1968 ACC Floor Teams Start Dizzy Whirl By The Associated Press Atlantic Coast Conference basketball teams start firing this afternoon and continue far into the night in five holiday' tournaments spread from North! Carolina to N 7 ew York. | South Carolina gets the earni-j val under way with an a f t e r - , noon meeting with Rhode Island to open the Quaker City Tourna-, ment at Philadelphia. The eight-j team tournament ends Monday, night, with Sunday open. Carolina Plays Villanova North Carolina, ACC leader and No. 2 in the nation, plays! Villanova (N r o. 5) tonight in t h e ' concluding first round game of the Holiday Festival at N e w : York. Top-ranked UCLA is in the opposite bracket, paired | against Providence today. If the Tar Heels and UCLA win today and Saturday they'll meet for the title and top national rank- ing Monday night. TIME OUT! "Thetr 42-0 lead sure has them acting cocky during time outs!" Hayes Edges Wilt On West All-Star Club AllenFiring Puzzling To Rams' Fans By DAN BERGER LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The firing of Los Angeles Rams' head Coach George Allen left most Ram followers puzzled and shocked today, but some play- ers say they weren't totally sur- j prised. ---1 Allen, 46, was fired Thursday by Dan Reeves, president and general manager of the Nation- al Football League club. Reeves jsaid a personality conflict led to jhis decision. "It was probably more my fault than his," said Reeves. Allen called a news confer- ence for today. Club Becomes Winner In three years with the Rams, after the Western Division team had suffered seven straight Jos- ing seasons, Allen turned Los Angeles into a winner with sea- sons of 8-6. 11-1-2 and 10-3-1. The first public hostility be- tween the quiet Allen and Reeves came after the Nov. 17 . . , , . . NEW YORK (AP) _ Elvin'Ram game with the San Fran- A couple of two-mghters get Hayes, the sensational San Die-lcisco 49ers under way at Charlotte and Ra- go rookie, has been picked over! The teams tied 20-20 After the leigh. Davidson, the nation's No. 3 - team, takes on Maryland of the ; ACC and Wichita Slate tackles · Texas in Charlotte Invitational ' openers. Deacons On Win Binge The Triangle Classic at Ra- leigh matches- North Carolina State against Navy and Wake towering Wilt Chamberlain for game, Allen said the muddy ;the starting center position on field conditions were the worst the Western team for the annualjhe'd ever seen. Reeves called National Basketball Association All-Star game. the comments unnecessary and BW Battles FitttonVofc For Tourney Title Host Southern Fulton and defendinf-cluinpion BUhop Walsh tangle for th« title in the Holiday Tournament at Warfordsburg, Pa., tonight at 9 o'clock. The Spartans got past Bedford 6(M« in the semi-finals last night and Berkeley Springs was kayoed by Southern Fulton 81,-*S. Berkeley and Bed-' ford meet in today's consolation ill-advised. "But we heard rumors clash at 7 o'clock. Bishop W a l s h ihoved its record to 7-1 in warding off the Bisons who lost for only the second time in seven outings. Three of the Spartans were in doable figures with Frank Snyder netting 17 points while Jack Willtts and Regis Mattingly had a dozen each. Walters led the losers with 20 markers on 19 field goals. Bishop Walsh took the lead at 13-11 in the first quarter and never trailed, being in front 26-22 at intermission and 4S-35 at the third period. The locals made 26 goals to 22 for Bedford while adding eight free throws in 14 attempts to four of 15 by the Bisons. Berkeley Springs was handed its sixth loss without a victory when being dumped by South- ern Fulton. The Indians were down by only a point at the first quarter 16-15 but faded at back more's Civic Center Jan. 14. , , . _ . . . . . . -- in the half 37-29 and were Played at Balti-training camp." said Roman 58-45 at the third 'period. Gabriel, the No. 1 quarterback ~' Baylor Unanimous Forward Elgin Baylor, Cham- Forest a g a i n s t Washington, iberlain's teammate on the Los W a k e Forest takes a five-game AngeJes Lakers, was the only winning streak into the tourna-lunanimous choice of the sports ment. of the Rams under Allen. "We heard rumors that George Allen would be fired if we didn't win it ail- this year,' Gabriel said. "And those ru and sportscasters from mors popped up more often as -j. r . I - - - J -- J ^ f c * J "·*- *..? A ! tJJIJ 'H'-'.l O pUp^JCU UJJ 1J1UJ. C \irginia takes on East Caro-;the franchise cities who picked'the season progressed lina tonight in the second roundjeight players. -Western coaches' "~ ' ' of the inaugural Eastern Caro- will select the other four plavers lina Classic at Greenville. N.C. for the squad next week The Cavaliers won their tour- ney opener Thursday night, edging Air Force 90-85 with 63.6 per cent shooting. John Gidding and Norm Carmichael were the big guns in the Virginia victory. Giddings scored 24 points, hit- ting 10 of 13 shots and Carmich- ael connected on 10 of 11 as he scored 23 points. The Cavaliers hustled to a 23-8 lead and were on top 45-37 at the half. Air Force cut the lead to 82-81 with 2:30 left, but Virginia again took charge and padded its lead in the stretch. Clemson and Duke play the only conference game of the week h-tn. Duke then leaves for New Or- leans and the two-day Sugar Bowl tournament opening Mon- Saturday night at Dur- squad next week. The other starters, named to- day, include another Laker su- per star, guard Jerry West; guard Len Wilkens of Seattle, and forward Don Kojis, another San Diego star. Also selected were forward Lou Hudson of At- lanta, guard Jerry Sloan of Chi- cago and Chamberlain. Two Shut Out Phoenix and San Francisco were shut out. However, the coaches must pick at least one player from each of those teams. The maximum is three players from one team, achieved by the Lakers. Hayes, a 23-year-old, G-foot-9 235-pound Ail-American from Houston, is leading the league in scoring and is second in re- bounding. The voting score of the select- "Before our last ball game with the Baltimore Colts, Coach Allen said he wouldn't be back next year," said offensive guard and co-captain Joe Scribelli. Liked By Players Allen seems to always have commanded the respect of his players. In 1963, while a coach the the with the Chicago Bears, team there presented him day. Duke's first round foe willled players: be Western Kentucky. Iowa and| Forwards: Baylor 14000- Ko- Houston meet in the other'" championship game ball, an honor normally reserved for players. "It's hard to realize that a man who's been a winner like George 'Allen could be fired," Gabriel said. "He gave more to his players than any other coach I've ever played for. "If he goes to another team, and he wants me to play for him," Gabriel said, "I might make it known I'd like to be traded. I've also thought about sitting out a year or even retir- ing. The winners made only one more goal than . Berkeley with 30 to 29 but cashed in at the foul line with 21 of 25 chances to 8 of 15 for the losers. Williams took scoring hon- ors for the evening with 28 points by hooping 11 goals and four free throws. Hann had 21 tallies, including 11 of 14 from the foul line. Tom Hurley's 19 points and Steve Yost's 16 were high for Berkeley. Bishop Walsh won the cham- pionship last December when battering holdover champion James Buchanan 111-61 in the opener and Berkeley Springs in ithe title game 85-55. game. National Basketball By United Press I n t e r n a t i o n a l W. L. Pet. GB Baltimore 27 S .771 .. Philadelphia 24 10 .706 2Mi Boston 22 10 ,6SS JH Cincinnati 21 13 .611 514 New York 21 17 .553 7^ Detroit 12 21 .361 14 Milwaukee in 27 .270 li West H'. L. P f t . GB Los Angeles 26 10 .732 Atlanta 20 15 .571 514 San Fran 16 20 .432 10H San Dieeo 15 20 .429 lovj Chicaso 14 23 .378 J'lj Seattle 13 26 .333 1414 * tlocnix f 2Ji .222 18 Thursday's Rrsolls Bnstor 133 Milwaukee 106 Lis Aneeles 95 Detroit "4 Philadelphia 135 Bait 120 Atlanta 12^ Seattle c * Chicago 104 Cir.rir.nali 95 San Francisco 119 Phnenix m · Only game* trlirtinlrd Friday's G.lmr* New York at San Dieeo Milwaukee at Baltimore (Only Rimes jrhcdnlrd) jia o.iuj, emu nuusoa l.£t. Centers: Hayes 11.215 and! Chamberlain 9.452. Guards: West 13.604; Wilkens 11.855, and Sloan 5.385. 1 National Hockey By United Pres* IncernaHonal East W. L. T. Hi. Montreal 11 7 7 43 Boston is | g 42 Toroclo 17 9 6 40 New York 1! . 13 3 33 Chicago 17 13 2 36 · Detroit 14 14 4 31 West ff. L. T. Ptj. St. Louis 15 9 9 39 Oakland u 19 S 27 Los Angeles u 15 4 JS Philadelphia 9 !« g 24 Minnesota 9 19 6 34 Pittsburgh 7 JO 6 20 Tborsdiy's Results Montreal 4 Toronto 2 New York 3 Oakland 1 St. Louis 3 Pittsburgh 1 Minnesota 4 Los Angeles 4, tie fOnly frames tchedaled) Friday's Gimes Philadelphia at Detroit 'Only same scheduled) BJiksp Wilfh WilUts I Snydfr I Harden c FIRST GAME G 5 8 2 Barkey g j 0 1 EXPORT* ------------····g.g.B-- PORTS on TV SATURDAY FOOTBALL 1:00 Blue-Gray AH Star Game Cable 2 1:30 Gator Bowl Alabama vs. Missouri Cable 3 3:45 Sun Bowl Arizona vs. Auburn Cable 2 4:30 East-West AM Star Game Cable 3 OTHERS 9:00 Bullfights Cable 11 Allen came to the Rams the successor to Harland Svare, a 4-10 record in 1965.' Reeves fought a court battle with Chicago owner George Hal- as for Allen, then gave his new coach a five-year, $40,000 a year contract. 'The Trader' Allen's deals earned him the name of The Trader and in 1966 the Rams were 8-6, their best record in eight years. The following season Los An- geles was 11-1-2, won the Coast- al Division title and, after a 28-7 loss to Green Bay for the West- ern Division crown, thrashed Cleveland 30-6 in the Playoff Bowl. This year the Rams-were hit by injury and illness but wound up 10-3-1, losing their last two games--to Chicago 17-16 and to Baltimore 28-24. Allen, a- native of Detroit, played football at Marquette in 1944. He began his pro coaching [career with the Rams in 1957 rafter nine years of college coaching at Morningside in Iowa and Whittier in California. Namath Named Player Of I 7 ear By United Press NEW YORK (UPI)--Joe Na- math, preparing to meet the biggest challenge of his colorful career, today was named the American Football League's Player of the Year for 1968 by United Press International. A panel of 30 sports writers representing each of the league cities gave the New York Jets' quarterback 14 votes, almost three times the number re- ceived by runnerup Lance Alworth of the San Diego Chargers, who drew five votes. Bob Griese of the Miami Dolphins. Len Dawson of the Kansas City Chiefs and Ed Rutkowski of the Buffalo Bills drew two votes each while those mentioned on one ballot were Perlozzo I St«i«*r -- ; M*ttinjljr Lancaster TOTALS .... Bedford Black I Koontz f ... S. Restler e Hern cane f" Walters f Vent Harris TOTALS Scort by G 4 I 0 0 18 4 1 1 22 r 2- 3 1- I 2- 3 3- 4 0- 0 0- 8 8- 1 0- 1 »·! r c-1 2- 3 0- 6 0- 0 - 1 1- 3 0- 1 1- S 4-15 period}: 13 US ** 11 a J5 Official*--Elvin and KerBi SECOND GAME G Barnhart £ Hill I Clinferman e Hann f Dombrowiky I Williami .TOTALS Berkeley Spriap Yost f Tim Clwc f Hurley c Grove i Seibert g Pack Farrii TOTALS Score by period*: SOUTHERK FULTON BERKELEY SPRINGS 5 1 5 5 3 11 . 30 G t 5 . 3 0 1 . 2S F 0- 4 2- 2 2- 3 11-14 2- 3 4- 9 21-25 r 4- « ft- 8 3- 4 0- 4 0- o 1- 1 0-8 (-15 .. IS 37 58 «1 J6 29 U «« Officials--Howe, tod Snyder College Basketball ly United Prt» International Gater B*wl SaikttbaD Tmrmanenl. JackMHTiQc, Fll. (Ill RMad) Northwestern 76 Fla. 72 Call 89 Gi. US AO OHCft B»sk«(eaD ToarniHital, Oklalwma City, , Okla. (lit K«OB«) Duiltca 13 T«x. AIM 71 Okla. City *4 Tnlaitt M East Car*ilaa Claitie, Gre»Tllle, V-C. (1st Kma4) Baylor t! WUrafcMirr U Va. Tech 7J Deli 51 Va. K Air fore* U E. Carolina 74 Oro«n «T BU Eiffel TMrsaant. Kiasas City, M*. UK B«u4) Colorado S3 Oklahoma M Kansas « Ncbratka W Fir Weit ClaMle. P«rl]«M. OKKX. (lit BomO Brthm Yun* 12 Calif 74 Orefon M Yale 71 Central Cauectlctt Tmrnaraesri, .Nt» Brttits, Ceu. (lit B«*s4 Sorthertm 78 Marietta «1 K.J. Klwaals Cluiie. Tytn Mtmtclalr. XJ ( l i t BMBtl) L'psale 89 Paterscn St 51 Monmoatli Col 77 CCNY 54 Mtdweit Ferris St n Albion 77 Taylor, Ind. S3 Adrian 71 COLLEGE Batabtv Clitile OjxBlnr Kona* Santa Clara n We*t VTrjMa Jl John Hadl of the Chargers and:-Z6,000.Pom* Barrier George Webster of the Houston' ^ -- ^ Stanley Cup Kings Regain Place At Top ly Uw«4 Press lnt«rnati«iwl It's hard to keep a Stanley Cup champion down. The Montreal Canadiens, the defending titleholders of the National Hockey League, cham pions battled Thursday night from behind to defeat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2, and regain first place in thp East Division race. The Canadiens are now one point ahead of the Boston Bruins, who were idle Thursday. The St. Louis Blues overcame a two goal deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 and increase their lead in the West Division to 12 points. Jim Roberts and Gary Sabourin beat Pittsburgh goalie Les Binkley twice within 90 seconds to carry the Blues to victory. St. Louis has not lost at home since Nov. The New York Rangers downed the Oakland Seals for the eighth straight time by taking a 3 : 1 decision. behind goals by Reg Fleming, Phil Goyette and Dave Baloh. Danny Grant scored with only 1:58 remaining in the game as the Minnesota North Stars wiped out a three goal deficit to earn a 4-4 tie with the Los Angeles Kings. 2. Beall Gridder s To Be Honored The winningest team in Beall High football history, this year's 8-2 Potomac Valley Conference champions, will be honored at an Appreciation Dinner at the Diamond Restaurant in Frost- burg Monday, January 9. The program will be'sponsor- ed by the Beal! High Booster Club, according to president Ronald Riley. Parents and friends may make reservations at the Diamond Restaurant or at the Deluxe Billiard Parlor. Brief talks will be made by the coaches and game movies of the Thanksgiving Day game with Bishop Walsh --will be shown. American Basketball Kentucky ' Indiana Miami New Ycrk Oakland Denver Oallai New Lo* An(ele Houtton Ea»t W. L. Vet. GB U .«7» ... 13 li .464 « 13 II .41* TV, 12 17 .414 TVt 10 1* .357 9 Wett W. L. tct. GB M s .ta» ... 17 11 .«7 CH 13 10 .MS I 13 IS .4*4 lOVi 1 14 .4*) U « IS .240 18 Tkanay'a tUirnlt) Miami Hi HouitoB i« Indiana 134 Miaaoota 133 «Hly tamti teh*4ole4) PrUay's Gimts Oakland at N«w York ·D«llai at New Orleans Kentucky at Milwaukee (0»ly »mm« t «ra«4»le«) een un By MIKE 1ATHET CLEVELAND (AP) -- The *ht before Ctevdiad m«t Bal- timore during the regular sea- son, BUI Neiseii, the Browns' quarterback and former South- ern California atar,- picked up a newipaper to see how his alma mater had done that day. "The first 'taint I noticed " Nelsen recalls, "wai that USC had run O. J. Simpson more than 30 times. And I remember thinking 'a guy can get killed running that many times in one game.' "The next day the first thing I did after we played the Colts was to get hold of a statistical sheet, and the first thing I no- ticed was that I had run Kelly 30 times." Kills CoiU Kelly is Leroy Kelly, and he survived the workout Nelsen gave him. But he killed the Colts; pene- trating the Baltimore defense for 130 yards on his 30 carries while ' Tit ^···/·'·'·'· Y^ / o Cow By GORDON BEARD ' '. . BALTIMORE (AP)-i-Proper : executior of proven-pi ays will outweigh, surprise, gimmickry in Sunday's National Football L«ague championship game,'says coach Don Shula of the Baltimore Colts. "Teams don't get this far without doing some things ri«ht," Sbula said of his Colts ~" and their opponents, the Cleve- land Browns. "You don't throw out the things you. can-do and use gimmick, stuff. · "If anything new is done, it will be a wrinkle here and there on offense or defense. But' there won't, be any wholesale changes." Hope To Play Better A breakdown of Baltimore basics Cleveland's 30-20 victory in a regular season game between the two teams. It was Balti- more's only loss in 15 games. "We're happy for the oppor- tunity to play Cleveland again," Shula said. "We hope to play a lot better than we did in the first game, and execute better." Kelly of· Cleveland, the Pacers Gain In East Race 1 By Unittd Prtij International The Indiana Pacers inched closer to Minnesota the' hard way. It took a 22-foot field goal by Freddie Lewis at the final jburzer of an overtime period «« · and scoring a pair of touch- downs as the Browns took a 30- 20 victory; That's the only blemish on the Baltimore record in 15 games so far this season and Kelly's per- formance that day is probably the major, reason 1 Baltimore Coach Don Shula says "we'll be watching him all the time Sun- Pisses NFLS ground-gaining champ, ' ' -- * - * - - day" when the two teams meet in the National Football League title game. Sevea IW-Yard Dayi Kelly put together seven 100- yard days during the regular season while gaining 1,239 yards and becoming only the third, three-time 1000-yard rusher in NFL history. , . "We think," said Nick Skor- ich, who runs the Cleveland of- fense, "that if Kelly runs the ball 20 times he'li break a long one sooner or later. We also feel if we give him the ball 20 times he'U give us 100 yards." "I'm sure when Baltimore says they'll be watching him all the time they will be. They'll make sure, they know where he is all the time," said Skorich. Finding 'him, however, is one thing. Stopping him is another. Beall Will Field Track Team Twenty-three candidates have reported for the Beall High win- ter track team with the Moun- taineers having dual meets p e n d i n g against Allegany, -, Boonsboro, Hampshire and Key- ser. Coach Jerry Calhoun announc- ed that Beall will compete in the Maryland National Guard Indoor meet at Baltimore Janu- ary .25 and the Maryland State High School meet in Baltimore March 1. . Returning for Beall are Ger- ald Zembower, fastest . high school sprinter in the area last year; Jim Centofonti, Bill Pat- terson and Paul Erode, who with Zembower were the Comity 880 relay champions last season. gained 130 yards in the regular season game and scored two touchdowns. Asked if Kelly was Balti- more's chief concern for Sun- day's contest in Cleveland, Shula agreed and then elaborated: ."Leroy Kelly, the Browns' de- fense, the Browns' offense, and the/ whole Cleveland football team. had forced the overtime a 12-foot jumper at the Defenses Similar In Thursday's practice, the Colts rehearsed their defensive alignments for the Browns, in- cluding ways to disguise the blitz. The · Colts do not blitz fre- quently, except in comparison with the Browns--who resort to that method of rushing the pas- ser on less than-2 per cent of their defensive plays. "The defenses of .the two teams are 'quite similar," "Shula said. . "The Browns- don't blitz much, but rather use it as a mixer." Cleveland's front four ap parently does the rushing job adequately without help from the blitz, since the Browns' sec- ondary led the league with 32 interceptions. Shula had high praise for Cleveland linebackers Jim Hous- ton, Bob Matheson and Dale Lindsey, crediting them with delaying pass receivers near the line of scrim age and dropping back-to aid the deep backs. The Browns gave up 273 points a 134-133 decision over the Pipers. ,; · By winning, the third place Pacers moved to within 71^ James of Minnesota, the Eastern Division pacesetter in the American Basketball Associ- ation. Indiana led all the way until the final minute of regulation time and at one point held a 13 point lead. Connie Hawkins of Minne'sota led all scorers with 39 points and Bob Netolicky who with buzzer, had 33 points for the Pacers. In the only other league game, the Miami Floridians beat the Houston Mavericks 111- 108 behind the 42-point scoring of Donnie Freeman. Knuckle Ball Inventor Dead BALTIMORE (AP) _ Ch ar l es H. Druery, 73, the man credited with inventing baseball's knuck- leball, will be buried here today. A minor league baseball play- er before and after World War I, Druery was a pitcher until he injured his arm and switched to first base. In the Blue Ridge League in 1917, Druery showed the pitch to Eddie Rommel, who went on to achieve fame as a pitcher for Connie Mack's Philadelphia Ath- letics. Druery, a Baltimore mechanic died here Monday. After his baseball career, he became an airplane mechanic for the Glenn L. Martin Co., retiring in 1959. in 14 regular season games as compared with Baltimore's league-leading total of 144 C U M B E R R D E A L E R S USED CAR VALUES Oilers. W.Va. Basketball By United Press International HIGH SCHOOL St. Patrick's Hclldiy Tourney At Wfjion Openinir Rootid rlfrmnrtr,!) M \\ s tnn St Coonty JV 79 Bttrnivilli By The Associated Priss Jerry West crashed the Na- tional Basketball Association's 16.000-point barrier .. . and kept driving for more. 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