Moberly Monitor-Index from Moberly, Missouri on March 11, 1949 · Page 7
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Moberly, Missouri
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Friday, March 11, 1949
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Fridav March 11 1949 Moberly Monitor. » nuuy, iviuiv.ii i - i / i ?H-y Index and Democrat Garden City Tops Greyhounds, 54-44, in Regional Tourney Loss Drops Moberiy Quint Out of Running , t* In Dodge City Tourney; Don Gosen Collects 14 Points as Hounds Suffer Fourth Defeat _ The state champion Moberly Greyhounds bowed out of regional Junior College competition yesterday at Dodge City, Kas. absorbing a 55-44 cuffing at the hands of Garden City, Kas It marked the end of the 1948-49 hardwood campaign for the Greyhounds who swept to 25 victories in 29 starts, gained a share of of the Missouri Public Ju-Co conference crown and bagged their second straight state title. In other games yesterday Arv kansas City Kas., eliminated " Missouri Baptist of. Poplar Bluff, 75-50; Coffeyville, Kas., thumpr ed McCopk, Neb., 59-46; and Dodge City booted out Joplin, 53-37, Yesterday's results leave the tourney without a Missouri contender. Off to a poor start the .Greyhounds quickly found themselves on the short end of a 11-2 reading and it took an uphill struggle to get back in the game. Re vamping the offense and wheel- ffjing out their fast break the Greyhounds closed the gap and left, the floor at half time trailing by only two points, 22-24. Winners Pull Away It was nip and tuck for 12 minutes of the second half withj the Greyhounds staying right oni the winners' heels but. never! able to pull even. With eigh minutes left Garden City shooh loose and won pulling away. John Kelly and Dale Horton six-five, teamed tip on a double post offensive to drivi home the knockout blow fo: Garden City. Kelly rang, up 16 points and Horton 17. Don Gosen, the team's point maker, carried the scoring bur den and got in on most of the re bounds for Moberly. The gang ling senior hit four field goal and six free throws for 14 points Fireman George Maeser, whc promises to blossom into stardom next winter, bagged 11. ^'Greyhounds Below Par Summing up the Moberly per formance a disappointed Maur ice John said he was making no excuses but believed it was om of the poorest performances o the campaign for his charges "They bobbled time and again on' the fast break and missed the set shots," the Hound mentor re lated. The Hounds were scheduled to leave Dodge City early this ,-j. morning and arrive in Moberly T between 8 and 9 o'clock tonight There are four Kansas teams left in the tournament. Garden City .meets Coffeyville and Dodge City challenges Arkansas Hannibal Downs Clinton, 41-39 r In Last Seconds Eight Quints Launch Second Round Today In Springfield City in round. tonight's semi-final How they scored: Garden City (55) FG FT F TP Cuttler ; 1 2 4 Knight 0 0 1 Stenzil ±.1 1 3 '£_ Claar .-. _1 2 \ *'Kelly : 7 2 5 16 Kinney . 2 3 5 Lyle 2 0 1 Horton _ : _7 3 5 1 Klaver 0 0 2 0 , - Totals 21 13 27 55 MOBERLY (44) FG FT FTP Koppelman _3 1 2 Maeser . 2 7 5 11 Smith 0 1 1 1 Topel 1 2 0 4 Peters . 0 0 3 0 Mayrose V 1 2 3 « Gosen 4 6 5 14 Miller : 0 0 0 0 Prater . 1 2 3 4 Sale ._ 0 0 0 0 Totals 12 20 21 44 NEW YORK, March 11 (5)-Training camp' reports say baseball is going to the movies in a small 'way . . . And you 'wonder why some smart guy like Branch Rickey or Bill Southworth hasn't tried "it in a big way Sporting News reveals The that White Sox Manager Jack Onslow is studying his club's pro. ·. motion film to see how the play- S?ers perform and that Cincinnati's Warren Giles is encouraging amateur movie photographers on the Reds . . . If you've seen foot- b?ll coaches studying films by the hour in search of minor flaws, you wonder why baseball managers don't do the same thing . , . It.^eems obvious that a shot of a" batter when he's swinging just right would be helpful when he's in a slump, _ especially if you'd make a sim- £#ilar film and compare them in slow motion . . . It also seems strange that most any college can afford to have complete pictures made of all its football games, while big league baseball is counting on amateurs. HOOSIER FAVORITE? Word from Indiana is that the police and fire departments from the comparatively large cities of Anderson and Richmond had ^o take over in Summitville and '·r'cuniain'City last weekend . . . The high school teams of those two villages were engaged in regional basketball tournaments and the entire population of the towns followed them . . . Summitville (pop. 971, students 58) justified this enthusiasm, by knocking off the state's largest high school, Tech of Indianapolis. SPRINGFIELD, Mp., March 11 (ffi)--Eight teams pair off for gam'es today in the second round of the Missouri State High School basketball tournament. Lebanon will play Rockhurst of Kansas City, and Bonne Terre will meet Hannibal in games this afternoon. Tonight le plays Buffalo, and Burroughs of St. Louis meets Bowling Green. Lebanon, Rockhurst and Bonne Terre got past first round opponents Wednesday. . And yesterday Hannibal defeated Clinton in the last four seconds of play on a field goal by Wes Sanders, 41-39. It was a heart-breaker for Clinton which once blew, a -10-point lead and .right at the last rallied to overcome an 'eight-point deficit. Spoofhounds Come Through Maryville squeaked past Doniphan when Dick Buckridge connected from midcourt with a field goal in the last 45 seconds to give the Spoofhounds a 38-36 verdict and their 26th victory, this season. It 'was a day for strong finishes, and Buffalo came from behind in the fourth period to defeat Ozark 41-35, Billy Thomas and Adrian Gaunt engineered the victors' last period rally.' John Burroughs High of St. Louis, the first class B school to. represent the city in the state meet, ousted Republic 55-44. The feat broke Republic's victory streak at 19 games. -Ben Bishop paced the victors with 11 field goals and a free throw for 23 points. Bowling Green rolled Cape Girardeau Central 52-45 in a rough game in which 49 fouls were, called. Five players, three from Bowling Green,' left the game on fouls. Lowell Fitzsimmons led the victors with 16 points, and Marvin Proffer, was tops for the Cape quint with 13. Victors in games today will square off in the semi-finals tomorrow afternoon. The finals will be'played Saturday 'night. Star of Contest Sanders, -whose field goal won the game for Hannibal, was. star of the contest. He scored a total of 25 points, 19 of them in the last half. Clinton's Don Price had tied the score 10 seconds before the end. As the ball sailed down court to Sanders he was fouled. He missed the free throw, but recovered the rebound and sank the winning goal- on jump shot. The other heartbreaker of the day's play was the Doniphan- Maryville game. In this case it was Buckridge who sank, the winning, goal as well as taking the scoring honors with 15 points. Maryville held a 24 to 18 halftime.lead and a 31 to 24 edge · at. the beginning of. the fourth quarter. Sam Wiggins almost wrecked Maryville's chances who counted-10 points for Doniphan in :the final period. Doniphan missed nine free throw chances, five in the last period, while Maryville made good 10 of its 13 chances at charity shots. Basketball Scores By The Associated Press St. Louis 54, Missouri 37. ^Oklahoma City 46, Creighton 26. . Arkansas 65, Arizona 44 (for district 6 NCAA). . NAIB Tourney (quarter-finals) Beloit 65, Eastern Illinois 64. Indiana State 67, Emporia (Kas) State 66. Regis 56, Northwestern, La., 51. Hamline 80, Texas Tech 56. Brooklyn infielder, drew one of he biggest laughs in Dodger:own by asking a reporter if he was going to be traded to the Chillies . . . When the scribe asked where he got that idea, Tommy explained seriously: 'I'm too old for the Dodgers." . . SHORTS AND SHELLS Tommy Brown. 21-year-old DOTS ALL, BROTHERS Ky Ebright, California crew coach, has worn, the same bat- ered hat to practice for the past 20' years, but doesn't, take "it on rips . . . Probably he figures t's old enough to walk . . . In .n effort to look after all the local teams, the National Invitation Basketball Tournament has developed into something like the heavyweight title eliminations . . . At least there's only one promoter. Wyoming Five Cops Tournament; Hanks Collects 32' Points ATLANTA, March' 11 (#)-Despite the efforts of Center Bill Hanks, Ozarks, Mo., lost the title game last night in the American. Basketball Congress tournament. Top-seeded Lowell, Wyo., won the fourth 'annual event by defeating, the Missourians 71 to 57 Hanks scored 32 points for the Ozark quintet and was voted the outstanding player of the tournament. The Missourians were behind all the way. Hanks was a Drury star during tiie regular campaign, Semi-Final Tilts Slated Tonight At* Keytesville Junior High Quintet Faces Marceline on Tonight's Program Brunswick, Brookfield and Salisbury were winners last night in the annual ninth grade court tourney at Keytcsville. Six teams see action tonight. Brunswick downed Triplett, 24-17, and .Brookfield squeezed past' "Fayette, 21-20, "in first round games, and Salisbury thumped Clifton'Hill, 40-23 in the consolation division. ! Two semi-final tilts and one consolation affair are on tonight's program. At 6:30 o'clock tonight the Mqberly Junior High entry, 25-20 winner over Salisbury in the first round, tackles Marceline. At 7:30 o'clock Keytesville engages Fayette in the consolation bracket ; and at 8:30 o'clock Brunswick goes against Brookfield., ' - . · · · Demaretj Worsham Set Early Pace in Miami Tournament · MIAMI, Fla., March 5 11 (£)-- The team of Jimmy Bemaret of Ojai, Calif., and -Lew Worsham of .Oakmont, Pa., was considered the-one-to beat today as play entered the second round of the $10,000 Miami International" four-ball golf tournament. Demaret and Worsham scored a 9 and 7 triumph over Ed Furgol of Royal Oak, Mien.,' and George Fazio of Conshocken, Pa,, over the 6,630-yard par 70 Miami 'Springs Country Club course yesterday. . . . · They used only 100 strokes on the 29-holes they played, with, a-, best ball of 33-3"0--63 on the morning;- round and a 31 for the afternoon nine. They bagged 12 birdies. . . ' " , ; : . . *" · .Defending '/champions Jirn Ferrier, of San Francisco, and Gary Middlecoff of -· Memphis, Tenn., won over Jack Burke, Jr., of White Plains, N. Y., and George Schoux of' San Francisco, 3 and 2/ ; Sammy Snead of' White- Sulphur Springs, W. Va., and Lloyd Maiigrum of Niles, 111., scored a one up victory o'ver Dick Metz of-Virginia Beach, Va., and Eric Monti of. Santa Monica, Calif. Clayton Heafner of Charlotte, N. C., and Tony-'Penna of Cincinnati, eliminated Jimmy Turn- esa of Briar Cliff, N. Y., and E, J. (Dutch) Harrison of Little Rock, Ark., 4 and 3. Kentucky Teams May Tangle in New York N.I.T. Semi-Final Clash for First, Fourth Seeded 'Quints Is Predicted By Ben Phlegrar NEW YORK, March 11 (#)-Kentuckians take note: The folks in the big city are just as excited as you are,*.about the chances of the University of Kentucky playing Western Kentucky in basketball. It could happen here next Thursday. The 1 , University is the top seeded .team in the National Invitation ' Tournament which opens at Madison Square Garden tomorrow afternoon:"Western is the No. 4 club. That means if everything goes according to the script, Western .and '.the University will tangle in- the semi-final round. The. two teams have nevei' met in basketball. Western has clamored for such a game for years, but the University makes a policy ' of not playing other Kentucky schools. The last time'the big Wildcats met anybody from their home state was 1 in the Olympic trials a, year ago when they smothered, the University: of Louisville 91-57. Play Opening: Game Opening the bill tomorrow will be Bradley and New York University with San Francisco taking on Manhattan in the second half, of the matinee -offering. Tomorrow night Bowling Green meets St. John's of Brooklyn and Loyola of Chicago tangles- with City College of New York. ' ;. . St. Louis closed its regular season last night with a 54-37 conquest .of Missouri and then headed., east.' The other out of town. clubs are either here or expected in today. The other major college postseason tournament picked up Its sixth official entry last night. Arkansas qualified to represent the southwest in the NCAA playoffs by whipping Arizona 65-44, in a special playoff at Dallas. Kqn Kearns and Cliff Horton sparked Arkansas past Ari- .zoiia. ' .. · Arkansas got the jump at the game's outset, oh a free throw by Johnny Campbell. Leon Blevins, Arizona's ace , tied, the score on a" charity toss,-but Johnny Campbell's field goal sent the Razorbacks into a lead they never gave up. Wide^Arkansas Lead At the half it was Arkansas 29,. Arizona 14. .Kearns accounted for 20 points for-Arkansas and Horton -tallied 19. Kentucky, Yale, Villanova and Illinois have qualified for the eastern playoffs. Wyoming will be the Rocky Mountain representative. Oregon . State and UCLA begin a best of three series tonight at Oregon State for the right to represent the Pacific coast. Oklahoma A.' and M. will play the Big Seven Conference winner --r either Oklahoma or Nebraska -- Wednesday for the chance to represent the plains states." . T h e invitation winds up a week from, tomorrow night. The NCAA eastern playoffs will be March 21-22 in New York; the western playoffs March 18-19 in Kansas City, Seattle will stage the finals March 26. LTH Now, Sat. Continuous Shows The Biggest Show in Town! Z Great Big Attractions, STREET LANA TURNER VAN HEFLIN DONNA REED RICHARD HART Plus a Great LanghlSpecial and Coloi Caitoon Starts Sunday 1 P. M. You'll Love 'Em All THRILL IN THE ENTERTAINMENT SKY WARMER BROS. Four Centers On Collier's All-America, Six men today were named members of Collier's first annual Aimmerica College, Basketball team, picked for special talents instead of rule-book starting positions. ·- · They are: , ,,, Vi . nc £ Bpryla, All-America work Horse, University of Denver, center. R a l p h Beard, All-America Quarterback, University of Kentucky, guard. B i i r Erickson, All-America Driver, University of Illinois, guard. Ed- Macauley, All-America ·Front-Court 'Feeder, St. Louis University, center. Ernie Vandeweghe, All-America Shooter, Colgate University, center. Jim Mclntyre, All-America Fireman, University of Minnesota, center. The men were (selected by the All-America basketball board from among the nation's top 25 players named last week to regional 'all-star teams after nationwide, balloting of the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The board picked them, in coaching 'terms of special skills, which add up to balanced team strength, rather than for outmoded.'fixed positions which are held only for about ten seconds of a forty--minute game, according to Bill Fay, Collier's sports editor. . 'The All-America positions, he said, are the way coaches label their-most valuable players, including the sixth man--the fireman _ who represents the indis- pensible .all-position substitute available at make-or-break moments, of play. Each member of the All-America is a star in his own right- in his own team position. -Members o'f the All-America Board, who made the final choice from 25 'regional stars after viewing all in actual game movies, are: Herbert W. (Buck) Read, All- America, chairman, president of the N. A. B. C., and coach for 28 years at,Western Michigan College; the East's Claire Bee, Long Island.. University; the South'a Adolph Rupp, University of Kentucky; the Middle West's Ozzie Cowles, University · ' of Minnesota; the Southwest's : Hank Iba, Oklahoma A M, and the Far West's Everett Dean of Stanford University. Beloif to Face Favored Hamline In Semi-Finals Two Games Tonight in Quarter-final Round ^ Of Kansas City Meet By Shipper Patrick, KANSAS CITY, March 11-WP)--Beloit College of Wisconsin with an all-Illinois squad, will meet Hamline University tonight in the feature game of the National Intercollegiate - (NAIB) basketball tournament semi-finals. The other semi-final game matches Indiana State- of Terre Haute and Regis College of Denver. Beloit outlasted Eastern Illinois, of .Charleston, 65-64, in the quarter-final round last night. The Wisconsin team participated in the past two NAIB tournaments, but never was -able to get past the quarter-final round Every player on the squac 'brought here comes from one o: three Illinois towns--Rockford Taylorville or Champaign. Only Former Champion Hamline, the only/ former NAIB champion entered in'this year's tournament,- advanced to the semi-finals by beating Texas Tech, 80-56. Big Verii Mikkelsen, Hamline center, dumped in 13 field goals and two free throws for 28 points.' Hamline has had little diffir culty thus far, They beat. Indiana Central, 83-66, in second round play and Arkansas State of Jonesboro, 76-43, in the first round. Beloit will be the underdog in tonight's tilt. Indiana State'trimrned Emporia (Kas.) State, 67-66, in the quarter-finals on Lenny Rzeszewski's long field goal. Regis beat Northwestern Louisiana State, 56-51; Surprise Team Regis, the surprise team of-the tournament, has power anc height but it faces a team,noted for last minute rallies.: In last night's game Indiana State scored its winning* goal in the last three seconds. A year ago in the NAIB tournament the Indi'anans eliminated Hamline' in the semi-finals in ;an overtime period. Duane Klueh's mid-court field goal a second before the final gun gave Indiana State that game. _ .',- ' . . Now! Thru Saturday! 2 Big Hits! "My Dear Secretary" "Boston Blackie's Chinese Venture" STARTS SUNDAY 4 GREAT DAYS! Shows Sunday 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 ( P. M. The Year's Most Sensational Hit! .This picture is adult entertainment---Children will not enjoy will! Now Thru Saturday! 2 Hit Features! "VIGILANTES OF DODGE CITY" "FLYING WILD" SSUttl! Adults ' 39c Children -- lOc *el*t^r3SE===2* *li, c . Tax -- Anytime STARTS SUNDAY -- 4 GAY DAYS! Two Big Laugh-Packed Features! Tne management Cannot b Responsible for loss of Sanity, due to the antics of Olsen and Johnson! Your Favorite Clown Joe E. Brown ' in "Daring Young Man" With Marguerite Chapman Extra "CONGO BILL/' Shows Continuous Sunday from 1 p.m. East-West Bouts Slated March 28 In Golden Gloves NEW YORK, March 11 (IP)-It's a highly explosive eastern team that will square off -against western . rivals- 'in the Golden. Gloves inter-city Battle of Champions here March 28. The east's representatives, who will trade 'punches with titlists picked in ; Chicago, were decid-- ed last night in a rock-sock'ses- sion .that kept a crowd o!f 11,546 entertained at Madison Square Garden. Battlers from Washington, D. C., took team honors, winning three of the ( eight championships and accounting for the only, two knockouts recorded in the title fights. Two : other knockouts were produced · in the consolation scraps, involving amateurs beaten in,the semi-finals. Roland Randall, a 160-pound handyman, and 1 i g h t-heavy- weight Eliott Powers, a hard- hitting army private, were the boys from the nation's capital Who got rid of their work in a hurry. Randall knocked out Frank Patterson of New York in 1:29 of the first round,' Patterson taking the fun count while sprawled on the canvas blinking at the chandeliers. Powers smashed Roosevelt 'Laborde of Hempstead, N. Y., to the Sloojr right after the opening bell and the referee stopped the conflict in 1:35, of the first round after Laborde rose to his feet groggily. ^COMFORTABLE^ Two Days On|y DICKINSON Today Sat Matinee Weekdays at 2:00 Mat. Adm.'lOc 35c Eve. lOc 50c ..Everything: You Could Ask For- in Cast and Entertainment! i.!Ft8Q%YTit«Kt FIT V' f WYE ipfft SEffl A WSffiS BEIWE TITO GII1AI ,,: IWE FMZR · Wfflf KIH tsmw Mtti-tftz aMk HopaloBg Cassidy in 'SILENT"CONFLICT Starting Sunday For Four Days Movies Here's the one in a thousand that's DIFFERENT-JO different, so unusual, so powerful and entertaining as to mark a new milestone in screen achievement! --and PLEASE don't rtvtal fo others the amazing, hoart-hitting stcrtt of, why hi* hair turatJ GREEN! . ADDED COLOR CARTOON UNIV. NEWS --ALSO-- LYN \MtOE -LEE WIDE MARA-RttHAROCRftHe-HALJWOETf --

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