The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on April 15, 1967 · 14
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Baltimore, Saturday, THE SUN SPORTS 'Apruisim? PAGE B2 Atlanta Has Budding Star In Young Trinidad Kicker By KEN NIGRO ' (Continued from 1st Sport Page) considerably farther out than "It was only natural that John NAVY ROWERS AT PRINCETON Open Season Today Against Veteran Tiger Crew would have, uncertainty about f "$ixtiL? ' .... I Bunpaperi photo Hutching St. Paul's stickman in the first period yesterday before St. Paul's scored 18-4 win. CLOSE SO FAR Boys' Latin player in white jersey (center) battles for ball with By SEYMOUR 8. SMITH Assistant Sporti Editor of Th$ Sun Tom Knudson's got a secret. So does Dennis Rowley. And Doug Faber and Jim Barauskey, Chris Ward , and Mike Morse-hauser, Roy Capshaw, Bob Sho-lars and Jack Brereton. They labor mightily in almost complete anonymity. They row for Navy. Today at Princeton they, are poised for this spring's first" "Ready row!" signal. It is a formidable boatlead with the 204-pound, 64 Rowley stroking and captain Knudson and Faber in seats five and. three for the third straight year, ; but skipper Paul Quinn is not-satisfied that he is sufficiently; advanced in its preparations to take on the Tiger crew that beat Rutgers by over three lengths last Saturday. Sparhawk At Princeton "This crew has demonstrated that it has the potential," Quinn admits, "and i we have been rowing so well for this early stage that I believe we could be a good eight if we continue to keep our enthusiasm. But it will probably be several weeks before we can approach the necessary cohesion of getting eight bodies to moving along together." Princeton won all four races from Rutgers in the Chuck Logg Cup competition on Lake Car-negie, which was no surprise, but the ease with which the Tigers accomplished their var sity victory indicates trouble for remaining competition. Mentors-Pete Sparhawk has five hold-j overs, including stroke Pete J Raymond, in his No. 1 shell. Elsewhere today Columbia? will row its first race under new coach Herb Soroca ' against $ M.I.T.; Harvard, all-winning in college competition for three seasons, opens against North- eastern; Yale faces Rutgers; Brown, Dartmouth and Boston j University compete for the At- lantic Cup and Navy's light weights row Rutgers and Princeton. , The Navy schedules: . April 29, Goes Cup (Cornell, Syracuse): Mav A. AriBmt Pun fPann Ua,,kHj .1 Cambridge, Mass.; May 13, Eastern Sprint championships at Worcester, Mass.: June 10, Wisconsin; June 17, I R A. reeatla mi Syracuse, ine ioo record lost to Princeton; third to Cornell In Ooea Cup; third to Harvard in Adams Cup; second to Syracuse in Eastern Sprints; defeated Wisconsin; second to Wisconsin In J..R.A. Lightweights - Today, Rutgers and Princeton at Princeton; April 29, Bar-IKd,A HfJUi C110" Cup (Penn and M.I.T.) at Philadelphia; May 13, Eastm 5J" r"""i""nuii ai Worcester, Mass, The 1K6 record defeated Princeton and rvu.Kcis, ucicatea nowara; aeieated Georgetown; lost to Harvard; third to Penn In Callow Cup; failed to auallfr in Eastern Sprints. 7 "in rowing." 1946-4748 An. napolis sweepswinger Quinn says, "you need a guv who pivpt THREE NINES UNDJMTED Edmondson, Calvert HHI, City Have 2-0 Marks A Conference Division I I.. Pet Edmondson i , 1.000 ilUO .500 .500 .500 .000 "o oly ML Rt. Jnafinh Curley Philemon .... UlDDont Division II W, t. Pet. Culvert Hll City Colleo Loyola ,soo .300 .000 .000 Bouthern .... Mervo Forest Park . Edmondson, Calvert Hall and City College emerged from yes terday's games as the only unbeaten teams in the Maryland Scholastic Association baseball races. Edmondson ripped Cardinal Gibbons, 14 to 2, to become the only unbeaten team in Division I as Curley upset defending M.S.A. champ Poly, 9 to 7, and Patterson edged Mount St. Joseph, 1 to 0. Calvert Hall blanked Loyola, to 0, on Mike Gill's 3-hitter and City edged Mervo, 6 to 5, as Frank Wagner smacked a homer, to stay tied for first in Division II. Mervo 000 500 O 5r - Rh it Cltv 001 210 2 r ion 3e Tebbs. King (7) and Ondorff; Ball. Kimmerer (7) and wainer. w Kim. merer. L Tebbs. 2B Kerdula (C). HR Wagner (C). Southern 030 2 r ah 5e Forest Park 012 000 0 3r 2h 3e Arnold and Zant; Cook and Hill. 2B Williams (F.P.)i Lucas (S). HR-Smith (S). , , , Lovola " ' ' ' 000 000 0 Or Sh 5e Calvert Hall 002 . 002 x-4r 6h 0 Covne and Svdner; Gill and 8. Williams. 2B nrisino (C.H.). . Glhhmu 002 OO0 ft 2r 5h e Edmondson 173 120 x 14r llh 3e Albright, Tnkast (2) and Young, Dieringer (6): Long, Frateer (6), Allen (7) and Feaster. W-Long. L Albright. 2B Rico () 3B House it,). Archbishop Curley 002 320 0-9r Jh fOlv iw uji a r vn oo Knmernllr. Carroll (5). Augustine (7) and Moore; Selvage. O'Mallev (4), Lowrv (4) and Soroka, Ulrlch (5). W Komer- nick. L Selvage, (3B waiter, Ar. i-ur-lev: (3B) Hoban, (3B) Hoban, Smith (3B). m st .in ono ono o Or 3h Oe Patterson '000 001 x lr 5h 2e KroDfelder 1 and Groszkowski; Bree- den and Simmons. W Breeder). L Kronfelder. (2B) Masslmml, Mt. St. Joe: (2B) Kineker, Simmons, rauersun. Dunbar Wins, 10-0; Scott HurlsNo-Hitter Lenny Scott hurled a no-hitter yesterday, leading Dunbar to an easy ,10-to-0 victory over Carver in a B Conference . DaseDau game. , Scott struck out 14 and had two hits himself to spark the Poets. Bill Rook hit a solo homer in the sixth for the winners who were limited to six hits but bene fited from seven Carver errors. In another B Conference game Douglass rallied for three runs m the seventh to trim Northern, 9-7. Al Johnson's two-run homer was the big blow in the inning. Dunbar 001 243 010 6 1 Carver . ..000 000 0 0 o 7 W Scott. L Hurd. Three base hit scow, uunoar. Home run Kook, Dunbar. Douglass 003 021 39 11 6 Northern . ..101 113 07 9 4 W Barnharrit. L Broseker. Twft han hit Walker, Douglass: Rieney, Northern. nome run McNeil, Jonnson. Douglass. Maryland Host In Track Today The University of . Maryland makes , a rare appearance at at home and unbeaten Navy continues its home stand to high light today's collegiate track schedule. Maryland, tackles Atlantic Coast rival North Carolina in Byrd Stadium at 1.30, while Ntvy wil lbe after its third stra Navy will be after its third straight outdoor victory when it faces St. John's of New York on Thompson Field at 2 o'clock. The Middies have been over 100 points in each of their previous meets. Elsewhere, Johns Hopkins will be home against Lebanon Valley, Lycoming will be at Western Maryland and American University and Georgetown will be at Mount St. Mary's. A quadrangular meet at Quantico, Va., will send the Marines against Maryland State, Morgan State and the Baltimore Olympic Club. Poly Upends Curley J.V. Poly stopped Curley's junior varsity baseball winning streak, yesterday, 10 to 5, as Kon uraig had three hits. TERPS, B.U. MEET TODAY Plenty Of Local Activity : in College Lacrosse '.by ROBERT L. NAYLOR ' Maryland, Johns Hopkins and defending national intercollegiate champion Navy put unble mished records on the line in areailacrosse action today. Maryland, with a 4-0 slate and 'A pre-season build-up as top threat to Navy's title, visits tne University of Baltimore's Ro gers-avenue grounds for a P.Ml'contest. Hopkins, with one-sided wins to its credit over 1966 national club champion Mt. Washington, Yale; Princeton and Washington College in its four games to date;, plays host to a vastly improved Virginia team at z.ju. 2.30..; Navy, 30, entertains Mt. Washington, 3-1 and the lone team; to beat the Middies last spring. In "other local games, Washington College (4-1) is at Loyola (1-2) and Drexel (2-0) visits Towson State (1-0). : High-Scoring Terps Maryland has lived up to advance billing as a high-scoring outfit in thumping the Maryland Lacrosse Club, 19-6; Penn State, 17-0, and. Brown, 16-7. The Terps had one close call, a 10-9 overtime nod over Princeton last Monday. Baltimore opposes the Terrapins ith a club that has beaten Dartmouth and Brown-not the strongest of the Ivies-and lost to Williams, Cornell and Virgi- All'American attackman Jack Heini is once again pacing Terp scorers. Heim is tops in goals with 13, in assists with 10 and in total points with 23. But should the Bees over-deploy on Heim, the Terps have 15-point man Steve Lavaute, lz-poim man Alan Iiwe and Doug Carter, u,hii-ims seven coals and ten tini nta thus far. to bomb the "rakt vear against Maryland Bob Franz moved from defense to attack and played a standout c-ame for Baltimore. However, this ivear. as last, the Bees will need. all the defense they can muster. . Hopkins should hike its record to 5-Q against Virginia, a ich that has beaten Rutgers and the University of Baltimdre in its only : games against collegians after losing to mi. wasniiigwu onH Marvland Lacrosse Club. Virginia is bringing midfield ctnrs.-Frank Quayle and Scott MrtntiJnmerv. also prime foot ball talent who had been expect ed to play in Virginia's spring football intra-squad windup today.": But the Blue Jays have beaten better. Day's Top Game Mt Washington, 12-11 winners nver the Middies last season, dropped its opener to Hopkins but rtnay have rounded into shape since then. This game may' be the best one on the card," 'and there are those who will be comparing Navy and Hopkins performances against the WolfpacK. While Washington College, de fending Strobar champion, was losing for the first time in five games at Hopkins last Saturday, Loyola was scoring its first win in three outings at renn stare. The Shoremen figure to romp Towson State considered last weeks 154 rout of Dickinson its season opener, but the Ti- eershad won five "practice" games previously. Towson has all-division attackman Dick Stankv back in form, a solid senior netminder in Ted Scocos and! a freshman find from Mc-Donojgh, John Grubb, sparking the defense urexei, wnn us wins - coming over its alumni andli.Y.U. will be in over its head:; Seti Qualifying Record North Wilkesboro, N.C., April 14 (ff)4Darel Dieringer, using the smallest engine on the track, set a new qualifying record today in winning the pole position for Sunday's 250-mile stock-car racei iDieringer, ."driving a 1967 FordliFairlane that weighs the minimum 3,500 -pounds, turned the fe eights of a mile paved oval ijit 104.603 miles per hour to kopek down the old track mark-iof 103.069 set last, October by JjiDior Johnson. Sports Results Sprep lacrosse 11 at ul'M Bov'i Latin 4 12 Towfon Dundallc 2 JO Patitsco Perrv Hall 6 4 Kftood SDarrpwa Pt. 2 COLLEGE BASEBALL 4N.C. 4tat Maryland 3 1 Texaf Rlc 1 6 Dartmouth Columbia 1 a AOnv Syracuse O 7 Nr Carolina Virelnia 1 6 Rlfchmond Th Citadel 0 10 LWiChburi H -Svdnev 8 12 OH Dominion Catholic U. 3 6- r.Carolina Duke 2 7 Tnnessee Kentucky O JO Gecrula Vacderbllt 1 TCOLLEGE TRACK 13 Towson State . Catholle TJ. 53 V: COLLEGE GOLF 4-B'jtknell Rutgers 2 4 Qeoraetown Buckne'J 3 17 Wake Forest Viruima 14 30-arthmor trexel 8 11-Ltolch TemDle 7 - o COLLEGE TENNIS iVaft . Dartmouth 4 7 Penn Stat Georgetown 2 7-Lhieh Rifler 2 S Bab. -Macon .......... Wash, ft Lee 4 l-W". Kenwckf Mtrcer-fl the average player. "Now mind you I'm not say ing Cummings is great already. I'm saying he has tremendous potential. If he's willing to work, he can make it. Right now I'd say he needs most to develop team understanding, to blend with the other ten play ers." . Cummines is a 5-8. 140-Dound forward from Trinidad, who ex cels at running with the ball in addition ' to his hard shot. His potential seems limitless since he s only 18 years old, which makes him the youngest player on the Chiefs and quite possibly the youngest in the league. , Cummings was a second-year student at Fatima College in Port-of-Spain when he was dis covered by a Chiefs' scouting party while participating in tne Caribbean championships. When Cummings arrived here he didn't take long adjusting-scoring two goals on his first day of practice. Woosnam has also been pleased with the progress of halfback John Cocking and goalie SvenLindberg.' . Cocking, a 22-year-old halfback from England, is making his professional debut after starring for an English amateur team. BEARD RETAINS LEAD IN TOURNEY Kentucky -Pro Shoots 68 At Las Vegas Las Vegas, Nev., April 14 Unsurprising Frank Beard shot a three-under-par 68 today to post a 36-hole score of 133 in the $100,000 Tournament of Cham pions. The 27 -year -old Louisville, Ky., pro played the par 56-35 71 Stardust golf club course in 33- 35. He goes into the third round with a three-stroke lead over Jack Nicklaus, Doug Sanders and Dan Sikes. Nicklaus and Sikes each had a 68, and San ders a 69 for 136. It was a day of unexpected developments that started when Tom Nieporte was disqualified for failing, due to a misunder standing, to make his scheduled tee-off time. The climactic surprise befell National Open champion Billy Casper, when he shot three straight drives out ot oounas on the par-5, 536-yard 15th hole and carded an 11. - Casper posted a 37-40-77 for 148. six strokes over par for the distance and 15 behind the pace setter. Brewer At 139 Masters champion Gay Brew er, a 72 today Bobby Nichols, 71: R. H. Sikes, 70, and Bruce Devlin, 68, were tied at 139. Bob Goalby with a 71 was alone at 140. Tied at 141 were Arnold Palmer, 73; Art Wall, Jr., 69, and Don January, 74, Beard, whose 65 led the field of 26 in the first round, com mented, "I made seven birdies again today, but I didn't hit as many greens, me wind was a factor as far as I'm concerned, and I'm fortunate to score as well as I did." Golf scores in the second round: Prank Beard 65 6-i33 Dan Sikes 6 6-136 Jack Nicklaus 6 68-136 Doug Sanders 67 69136 Bruce Devlin 71 68-139 D Bilraa 69 70139 Bobb'v Nichols 6 7113? Gav Brewer 67 72-1J9 Bob Goalbv 69 71-140 Art Wall Jr 72 69141 Arnold Palmer 68 73-141 Don January 67 74 141 Harold Henning 72 70-142 George Archer 68 74-142 Al Geiberger 69 73-142 Homero Blancas 74 69-143 Julius Boros. Z?2H3? Jackv Cunit 71 73-144 Roberto Devlcenzo 72 75147 Bert Yancev 70 75-145 Don Massengale 72 73-145 Mason RudolDh 72 75-147 Ted Makalena 72 76-148 Blllv CasDer ? 71 77148 Phil Rodgers 7S 75 ISO Tom Nienorte. disauaimea. tr.l riP?'"5i , Sunpapers photo Robinson his skill, his knowledge and fitness in relationship to profes sionals," said Woosnam. "But he is gaining confidence and improves daily. If all players had his attitude, we would be in good shape." Lindberg hails from Sweden and is the Chiefs' latest addition. He is a veteran of nine years of English soccer and knows how to handle himself in the net he s also an accom pllshed wrestler and gymnast, o o Woosnam. who also doubles as general manager, will not add himself to the roster at present although he may do so if his club gets off to a bad start. Woosman is only 34 and has been keeping in shape by working out daily with the club. The Chiefs had twenty players from nine nations on their roster until late yesterday when Woosnam revealed that Bobby Kalmi decided to return to Is rael and his "contract with the Chiefs has been canceled. o o The Bays worked out briefly yesterday at the Stadium for the first time. "It was very foreign to the boys," admitted coach Doug "Millward. "They wanted to kick it in a certain direction and they had difficulty with the angle." TROUT FISHING BEGINS TODAY Good Weather, Conditions Promised For Anglers By EARL SHELSBY With the Orioles seeking an other pennant, hunt races under way, lacrosse filling the air and forsythia in bloom, you have all of the ingredients of spring, except one. That s trout fishing. And day break today marks the beginning of the trout sea son, traditionally the beginning of the fishing season. The prediction of warm weather and a Saturday opening may bring about a little crowd ing as most of Maryland's 30,000 trout fishermen are expected to wet a line. Streams are dear and have excellent flow, ' reports Ralph Bitely, chief of Wildlife Management for the Department of Game and Inland Fish. Bitelv also reports that an glers can expect to catch bigger trout this year. He said that the streams have been stocked with 30.000 trout averaging about eieht-tenths of a pound eacn. The trout run about 12 inches in length and should offer much better sport than the fish' that averaged three to a pound two years ago and five to a pound before that. The bigger trout are the re sult of a new program of buying fingerlings from the National Wildlife Service and getting four additional months of grow ine time in the hatcheries. In addition to these nice fish, there are an additional 18,000 trout that average a pound each in the Bear Creek Hatchery, ThPSP will be added to the st.rp.ams during the season. - Anglers looking for real lun-kers will have about 250 trout from the brood stock that has been added to the stream. They will weigh between three and four pounds. Streams Listed The 22 designated trout streams that offer 145 miles of fiRhinff are listed in the Angler s Guide, issued with fishing license. In addition to a regular fishing license, anglers over 16 vears of age must have a trout UVUtisf stamDS cost $1. ctamn in tneir Dosses&iun. xuc There is one change in the trout streams list the return of Rnck Creek. The stream was re- mnvpd last vear because of poi lution, but has since cleared up enough to support trout. Garden worms, salmon eggs or cheese should be the best haits fnr bait fishermen. Small spinners, like No. 0 Mepps, should be the best lure for spinning tackle fans. r Nymphs and streamers should work best for the fly rodders. Governors Make Bet On N.B. A. Playoffs Sacramento. CaL April 14 W). Gov. Ronald Reagan has made a bet with Pennsylvania Gov. Raymond Shafer that the San Francisco Warriors will defeat the Philadelphia 76ers in the Na tional Basketball Association olavoffs. . Aides said Keagan wagered a - - . . m case of oranges against a case of apples put up by Shafer. Yocng Coegars AT Federal Motors Mercury 3200 E. Monument 8t. BR. (-33M for the joy of it, not a guy who : correlates wnat he gives wit 1 what he gets. You ca"n row hor lafter hour, too, but if you don': nave competition, all you're dn , ing is slogging along. To have good varsity, you've got to haw a good jayvee." Local Rugby Playerg To Play Three Game Two top rugby teams will in- OYERLEA NINE ROLLS, 3 TO 0 Bill Corbett Earns Victory In Division II Tilt Bill Corbett pitched and bat ted Overlea to a 3-to-0 victory over Perry Hall yesterday in a Baltimore County Division II baseball game. Corbett went all the way, al lowing only two hits and strik ing out nine. He clouted two home runs to account for all the scoring. In other Division II contests, Dundalk won its third straight by defeating Milford Mill, 2-1, on Howard Garey's four-hitter; ; Bob Merrey fired a two-hitter i aS Parkville edged Patapaso, 2-1, and Kenwood ripped Spar '''irOWS Point, 9-3, 3S Steve Mc Millon rapped three hits for the winners. Woodlawn won its third straight in Division I by rallying for four runs in the seventh to subdue Hereford, 6-3. Overlea 000 021 03 4 O Perrv Hall DIIU u u u if u I W Corbet. L Tober. Home run Cor. bett (O) 2. i fttU..,4 nf n 1 A A A 11 ft 1 4 S Dundalk 0 0 0 0 2 0 02 4 1 W Carey. L Wleman. 2B uruein us) 3B Drueiri (D). Ciwn.nn. Pnlnt . Ofl2 0 1 0 0 3 5 4 Kenwood 120 ISO X 9 14 3 W Beidel. L Moxey. 38 liinasajr 2; Powell (K), nitanirn A 0 0 OlO Ol I 1 Parkville u u u u im u t. i W Merrey. L Lanehart. 3B Martin (P). . Woodlawn 001 001 4-8 10 4 Hereford 000 200 1-3 5 3 W-Fitzsimmons. h sewara. zb Stockhausen (H). . . Towson Wallops C.U. In Track Towson State broke five school records and two track records and defeated visiting Catholic University of Washington, 83-to 53, in track yesterday. Towson is undefeated in three meets. Runners Steve Mahieu and Ed Bowie each won twice for Towson and set records in the process. Mahieu shaved one-tenth of a second off his own school record in the mile with a time of 4.24.2. He also set a track record in the 800, winning in 1.55.9. Bowie broke a 1948 school record of 22.6 in the 220 with a time of 22.2. He also set a track record in the 440, 49.7. In other school records, Lloyd Sigler aded one inch to his own high jump mark of 6 feet 1 set last year, Walter Millner exceeded his 42-10 in the triple jump with a 44-5 effort, and Mike Carroll shaved 1.7 seconds off the 440-yard intermediate hurdles with a time of 59.1. Ecklund Gets Job Billings, Mont,, April 14 (ffl Jack Ecklund, 37, of Jamestown (N.D.) College, was named head basketball coach today at Rocky Mountain College here, succeeding State Senator Herbert J. Klindt, who continues as athletic director. THE BRITISH HAVE LANDED women's lacrosse team arrived ML. 7V tr ww ii up u rsi r -rah. . 4 ST. PAUL'S DRUBS BOYS' LATIN TEN rusaders Use All Players In 18-4 Stick Rout A Conference W L T Pts. 6 4 4 3 2 2 St. Paul's 3 CityColleg 2 Oilman 2 Boys' Latin l McDonoih 1 Severn 1 Calvert Hall 1 Friends 1 Poly 1 Edmondson 0 J JAMES H. JACKSON St. Paul's scored early and often to rout host Boys' Latin yesterday, 18 to 4, and take over undisputed possession of first place in the Maryland Scholas tic Association A Conference lacrosse race. The high-scoring Crusaders, paced by a classy attack that dazzled Boys' Latin with its fancv stickwork. upped their league record to 3-0 and overall mark to 4-1. The loss was one of the worst in Boys' Latin lacrosse history and the 18 goals matched the highest total ever scored against the Lakers. St. Paul's beat Boys' Latin, 17-0 in 1943 and 18-13 in 1962. St. Paul's attack, which has to rank with one of the best passing, highest scoring tries in recent years, completely dominated the game from start to finish. All Crusaders Play The Crusader attack of Bo Weisheit, Bart Ellinger and Dan Hall accounted for nine of the St. Paul's scores and played only a little over a half as Coach Mike Rentko used every man available. St. Paul's defense, conspicuous by its absence in early games, was excellent yesterday, harassing the Boys' Latin forwards and keeping them off balance with timely checks. St. Paul's outshot its hosts, 50 to 29, and scored on five of the first six shots it attempted. Bart Ellinger, one of the leading scorers in the state, led the scoring parade with four goals and two assists, while Weisheit scored twice and assisted on one goal. Bill Conkling scored three times and had one assist, Chris Stinebert scored three times and had one assist and Dick Beard had two goals and two assists. St. Paul's Scores Quick St. Paul's scored the first time it got the ball as Conkling tallied on a feed from Bart Ellinger with about 2 minutes gone in the first period. The Crusaders upped their lead to 2-0 one minute later as Ellinger tallied on a feed from Sandy Drechsler and made, it 3-0 as Beard controlled the next faceoff and raced down to feed Stinebert who pumped a shot past Dick Kelly. St. Paul's raised its lead to 5-0 before Boys' Latin finally got on the scoreboard with about 20 seconds left in the first period as Don Fusting tallied unassist ed while Boys' Latin had a two man advantage. St. Paul's upped the count to 8-1 at the half and . 13-2 after three periods. Things got so bad that at one point Boys' Latin had a three man advantage and couldn't score and St. Paul's scored while at a two-man disadvan tage. ST PAULS St. Paul's S 3 5 5-18 Bovs' Latin 1 O 1 24 Goals: St. Paul's B, Ellinser (4). Conklini (3), stinebert (3). weisheit (2), Beard (2). Dreshler. Strutt. Tarrine. Morton. Boys' Latin Matthal (3). Bai- KOW SK I Assists: St. Paul's Hall (3), B. El- imeer u), bearj (i), conuinir. Dresnier. weisneit. stmeDen. seiDD. strutt. Shots St. Paul's. 50: Bovs' Latin. 29. Saves: St. Paul's Peace (9). Mat. thews (3). Bovs' Latin Kelly (5). Har ner (3) Faceoffs St. Paul's. 16: Bovs' Latin. 10. Penalties St. Paul's. 9: Bovs' Latin. 6. Loyola Netmen Romp Loyola defeated Andover, 7 to 0, in a prep tennis v match yes terday at the winner s courts. John Fetting trimmed Bob Anderson in the No. 1 singles, 6-4, 6-0. City'sStickmen Beat Cardinals In 9-2 Contest City College and Gilman stayed a step behind Sfr Paul's yesterday, as all three dhalked up lacrosse victories in the A Conference of the Maryland Scholastic Association. City trimmed Calvert Hall, 9 to 2; Gilman edged Friends, 5 to 4; Poly defeated Edmondson, 6 to 3, and St. Paul's routed Boys' Latin, 18 to 4. Gary Handleman had four goals and an assist in sparking City to its win. Bob Morrill's goal provided Gilman with its winning edge after Friends had tied the game in the final period and Bob Pfeiffer had two goals and two assists for Poly. Gilman 2 1 1 l-s Goals: Gilman Owens, Lees:. Oreen. XarDecker, a""" PrAoutlf8Friend1Sn-BSara-a5hF8rber' Saves: Gilman (Schmick), 15: Friends Shots: Gliman. 25: Friends. J9. (Quilts), 6. Penalties: Gilman, 7l Friends. 7. rlvrt Hall '. . O 0 2 02 City College . 2 S 3 1-9 Goals: Calvert Hall Wittman, Meiller; City Handleman (4), Nachlas (2), Mur nhv. Mprin,inpll. Phrisl. Assists: Calvert Hall None: City Nachlass (4), Schmoke (2). Handleman, Harmatz. ,. Shnlc folvort Holl 9.0: C. tv 17. Saves': Calvert Hall (Dauses), 8: City Penalties;' Calvert Hall. 4; City, 1, Poly 2 0 4 , 06 Edmondson '.. ... 0 1 1 13 Jewell, Schaible; Edmondson Jackson Cna o' PnlV TtP tfPF 17.1. UemDSCy 141 (2), Magwood. . Assists: Poly-Pfeiffer (2). ... JeweU, Story; Edmondson Johnson, Plttrnan. uhnr. i.n v. x' H nmnnuHuu. Saves': Poly (Wilson), 16; Edmondson (Porker), 14. . , . Penaties: .Poly, 4: Edmondson, 2. Towson Ten Defeats Dundalk By 12-TO-2 Defending Baltimore county lacrosse champion Towson High opened its league season yesterday by routing DunaaiK 12 to 2. Other loop openers yesterday found Patapsco whipping Perry Hall, 10 to 6 and Kenwood beating Sparrows Point, 4 to 2. Towson. led by Dod Casey who scored 4 goals and Bob Bailey who scored 3, jumped off to a 3-0 first period advantage and coasted to victory. Towson 3 1 5 3 12 Dundalk O 2 O O 2 Goals Towson Casey (4), . Bailey ( J , Walker (2), EnsJehart, Loukis, Swindell, Dundalk Raueli, Arouras. Assists Towson Connor (7). Bailey. Barton. . Pataosco J J iu Perry Hall 2 1 2 1-6 Goals Pataosco Davidson (3), Bern (2), Shank. Evenst, uorimns. uemcerain. Perry Hall Waier (3), Doxannas (2), Brandt. . Kenwood ? 1 S J 3 aoarrows Pt. 0 2 0 0-2 r:n.t. TTonwnnH Weihs. Zacliman, Shenoard. Sveo. Sparrows Pt. Kirby. Assists Kenwood Shepoard, Carter (2). sparrows ri. ttoae, ( Patterson Stickmen Defeat Loyola, 5-3 B Conference W. L. Pts. Patterson 2 0 4 Curley 2 0 4 Park .. 1 J 2 Forest Park 1 1 2 Northern 0 1 0 John Carroll 0 2 0 Southern 0 2 0 Patterson and Archbishop Curley posted lacrossee vie tories yesterday to stay unde feated in the M.S.A. B Conference. Curley stopped John Car roll, 10 to 2, while Patterson turned bacl Loyola, 5 to 3. Tim Doyle paced Curley with four goals and a like number of assists, while John Romanel-li had both goals for the Bel Air ten. Tim Earnest had four goals and three assist for the victors. In another conference meeting, . Forest Park walloped Southern, 11 to 1. Lovola 1 1 1 03 Patterson 3 0 1 15 Goals: Lovc'a Douehertv. Hersen- roeder. Weatherlv. Patterson Butler (2), Biimba (2). Fader. Assists: Lovola Robinson. Patterson1 Bumoa, racier, weaver. Penalties Lovola. 3; Patterson. 5. Curlev 3 2 5 010 John Carroll O 0 0 2 2 Goals: Curlev Dovle (4), Earnest (4), Evans. Kurriis. Carroll Romanelll 2). Assists: Curlev Dovle (4). Earnest (3), Cieslak. Carroll None. Shots Curlev. 31: Carroll. 12. Saves Curlev (Oberle. 9; Perrcila, 1), 10: Carroll (severe), . Penalties Curlev. 3: Carroll. 7. Southern Fnrpst Pnrk 1 O fl o 1 2 2 5 211 Goa's: Southern Tom. Forest Park- Harrison ), Martin (4), Durante (2). Tfltum. Rvnum. Assists: Southern None. Forest Park- Harrison 3). Durante, Bvnum Z). Northern, Mervo Win Northern and Mervo won var sity golf matches yesterday. Northern blanked Dunbar, 12 to 0, and Mervo edged Northwestern, 6'i to 5Tz. ( vade town this weekend to meet the Baltimore Rugby Football " Club. Today at 2.30 P.M. the locals meet Manhattan, the leading team in the Eastern Rugby Union, in a two-game set at the Carling Brewery Field. un Sunday the Baltimore Club will be seeking to avenge a 12-to-3 loss last week to the University Club of Buenos Aires. The ' match will be played at Herring Run Park. Harford road and Chesterfield avenue. Games are free. The Balti. more Club will take a 6-1-1 rec- s ord into the weekend. " , i City, Poly J.V. Winners City downed Mervo. 6 to 2. and Poly whipped Archbishop Cur- icy, iv w o, m a pair oi m.a.A. junior varsity baseball games yesterday. ; I (IV? STRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY, tt PROOF, FRANK L WIGHT DISTILLING CO. PL0RIA. ILL. f iillli: 7 L O YEARS v J PI, o J tot- The British yesterday at the Gouchcr series as part ?,., College campus for a weekend of tour ot the United States. if!

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