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Sandusky High Clashes With Alumni Quintet Friday Night' I* Ex-Highs Brilliant Boast Stars r Sandusky High's Blue Streaks will attempt to keep clean Friday night when they bump against the Alumni hefts—although the game won't count in the record books. i \ The Ohio High School Athletic Association has ruled that games with Alumni aggregations can not be counted when computing records oi scholastic quirUcts i'or tourney drawing and seeding. But that won't detract from the r ..pitch of the contest on the Junior High, court. Sandusky-Alumni , games here have always been hol- . ly contested with a good brand of 'ball being displayed. Last sea- Vifion, the Streaks shaded the i "Alumni 37-33 in an overtime after I the teams deadlocked 32-32 in regulation time. In 1948, the Alumni prevailed 46-44. Don Renwand is managing the Ex-Highs and has some of the outstanding talent of the past few seasons at hand. The squad has been \practicing since last weak and most of the players have been performing independently or in • college, thus they won't be • itrangers on the court. On the Alumni squad are Tom McGory, Don Cottey, Bob Seaman, Erniejl Nimmons, Bob Homberger, Don Barth, Norm Oeder, Ted Kastor, Bruce Alexander and Bob Spraujl Cottey and McGory were the • guard! with last season's Blue Streais and were rated two of the b|st ever to perform for San dusky! Cottey is a student at Browi University, McGory is at Kent iState along with Seaman. Renwand says his best combina 'tion thus far looks like Cottey and McGory at guards, Homberger and Seaman at forwards and Kas tor atscenter. Coach Vic Malinovsky is uncertain about his lineup for the un • beaten Streaks. t Duard McNutt, hero of last Frr I day's win over Elyria, is still both j ered with an attack of boils which • caused him to miss practice last • week. Howard Elgart is the other • possible starter at center. ; Bill Rice,. .Tude 'J'heibert, Dean ; Miller,' Darrell Hurlburt and Chuck ' Acierto are dueling for the start ' Ing guard spots. Acierto has been I moved from forward to guard as ; Malinovsky seeks to get more scor- j ing power from out front. » Ted. Schwanger and Jim Holzl miller; the two junior forwards, ; will get starting nods, naturally, j Holzmjller has 51 points in three ' games 1 ; while Schwanger has 47. \ Due to his phenominal showing ' against Elyria, McNutt possesses i the greatest field shooting per' centage of the squad with nine of ! 19 tor;47 percent. Holzmiller has ; 21 of 61 for .34 percent and • Schwanger 17 of 54 for 31 percent. 16 SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS Thursday, December 2 Keglers Spare After 7-10 Split One of bowling's top rarities • sparing on a 7-10 split—was turned twice last night in the City League! at Bonnie Lanes. Art Lewis and Ralph Gioffre both managed to knock off tha pesky pair of pins after getting 7 10 splits. Cage Scores COLLEGE Minnesota 74, Colorado 68. Kansas 75, Iowa State 51. Arkansas 53, Tulsa 44. - Texas 55, Vanrlprhllt 49. _ Alabama 49, Oklahoma City 46. Oklahoma A & M 75. Baylor 38 Muskingum 95, High Point 68. Kansas Wesleyan 53. North Central (111) 49. Youngstown 61, Fenn 56. Dayton Airgems 90. Hope 52. Villanova 67, Detroit 58. Michigan 58, Pennsylvania 51. Miami (Fla) 61, Dartmouth 52. Tampa 72. Yale 54. Evansville 82, Butler 61. Bradley 64, Indiana 62. St. Louis 57, Holy Cross 49. OHIO HIGH SCHOOL Cleveland John Adams 33, Shaker Heights 32. Springfield Public 38, Dayton Roosevelt 35. Columbus Central 75, Gallipolis 50. Findlay 51, Lima South 29. Canton Lehman 41, Warren 39. Steubenville 44. Mingo 38. Zanesville 68, Coshocton 48. Massillon 46, Hamilton Catholic 39. Dayton Dunbar 59. Cincinnati Western Hills 57 (overtime) Newark 39, Cuvahoga Falls 38 (over time). Cleveland Collinwood 51. Lakewood 47. Canton Timken 46, Akron West 37. Canton McKinley 45. Cleveland Heights 36. Boardman 58. Ashtabula 50. Cleveland Cathedral Latin 51, Erie (Pa) Prep.37. Bradley In Skinny Win From Indiana NEW YORK. Dec. 28 <PP) — None of the basketball-playing Bradley regulars wears glasses but Coach Forrest Anderson might take them to the doctor for a checkup. The boys came up last night with a case of farsightedness. They had their eyes trained so hard on a Saturday night revenge battle with Kentucky down in New Orleans that powerful Indiana most upset them, and before home folks too. But Charley Grover, an Bradley reliable, dropped in winning field goal with 14 seconds left to hand the Hoosiers their first loss, 64-62. Before that Indiana's shorte r cagers used a pressing defense to fluster the country's No. 2 team. The Big Ten team led, 51-43, with 12 minutes to play but six straight free throws pulled Bradley up close again. Free throws won the game for the Braves. They tried 35 and sank 28. The No. 4 Hoosiers had a 25-18 free-throw mark. Bradley will carry a 10-0 record into the Sugar Bowl tournament against St. Louis (8-1) Friday night. If the Braves win, they will meet the winner of the Kentucky Syracuse game. They're hoping un beaten Kentucky makes it. The Southerners, No. 1 team in this week's Associated Press poll, whipped the Braves, 71-66, in the same tournament last December. al- the old the Co/ In Pass Drill, Attempts To Overcome Michigan Edge -1 (By Associated Press) PASADENA, CALIF.—California's. Golden Bears will have to display marked^ development in the air over th6 regular season if they expect to match the potentialities of Michigan in the air on New Year's Day. Aerial statistics for the fall cam--*' ALL-AROUNDERS— -These performers may mean the difference between just a good season and a conference title to their respective teams. Denver's Sid Ryen took home all the honors in the Skyline Six last time. Oregon State's Danny Johnston, the question mark of the Pacific Coast Confer, ence s Northern Division, burned up the floor at Compton. Calif., Junior College. Kansas State's Ed Head sticks out in the Big Seven. ' 7950 AP All Pro Position END TACKLE GUARD CENTER GUARD TACKLE END BACK BACK BACK BACK S— Player Team TOM FEARS Ranis GEORGE CONNOR Bears DICK BARWEGAN Bears CHARLES BEDNARIK Eagles JOE SIGNAIGO Yanks ARNIE WEINMEISTER Giants DAN EDWARDS Yanks JOHN LUJACK Bears DOAK WALKER Lions JOE GERI Steelers MARION MOTLEY Browns lit. ti-2 u-i fi-3 0-1 (i-4 6-1 li 5-11 5-10 (i-1 U I. 211! 240 235 230 220 245 195, IK 5 173 H!5 23f! •HBUi learn College UCLA Notre Dame Purdue Penn Noire Dame Washington Georgia Notre Dame SMU Georgia Nevada BONNIE LANES City League—J. Run 671, 253. BOGERT ALLEYS VFW Post 2529 League—W. Matter 572, Vol Schweinfurth 212. Municipal League — E. Schart 602, J. Spencer 233. Futurettes League—B. Karr 499, 180 "600" Club—J. Huh 671. J 625, L. Smith 634, W. Camp Men's Rudolph 641. ••200" Club—G. Hehl 226, R. Wigh 218, R. Gilbert 207-228, B. Guss 238 L. Smith 214-225, W. Glenwright 228 H. Leslie 235, C. Nath 222, D. Meh ling 201, W. Camp 215-233, J. Ruh 204-253-214. G. Biro 215, G. Fox 216 V. Bluhm 209, E. Buck 202, A. Lewis 218. J. Rudolph 216-212, E. Dunkel 221, W. Stradtman 209, A. Winter steller 200, F. Picato 216, V. Schwein furth 212, K. Robbins 221. D. Mickens 204, E. Schart 216-201, P. Erdman 211, B. Uhl 217, K. Dufford 225, J Spencer 233, N. Jordan 204. Second Team END—Mac Speedie, Browns. TACKLE — Dick Huffman, Rams. GUARD—Ray Bray, Bears. CENTER—Clayton Tonnemak- er. Packers. GUARD — Garrard Ramsey, Cardinals. TACKLE — Bob Reinhard, Rams. END—Cloyce Box, Lions. BACKS — Bob Waterfield. Rams. Billy Grimes. Packers. John Strzykalski, 49ers. Dick Hoerner, Rams. Honorable Mention ENDS—Ed Sprinkle, Bears: Ray Poole, Otto Schnellbacher. Giants; John Green. Eagles; Larry Brink, Rams; Steve Pritko, Packers; Bob Shaw, Cardinals; Art Werner, Yanks: Paul Salata, Colts. TACKLES—Fred Davis. Bears: Lauri Neimi, Redskins: Thurman McGraw, Lions; Martin .Ruby. Yanks; Al DeRogatis, Giants; Al!p on -y Wistert, Eagles; Lou Groza. Browns. GUARDS-^Frank Kilroy, Eagles: Bill Willis, Weldon Humble, Browns; Jon Baker, Giants: Visco Grgich, 49ers; Les Binganian, Lions; Milan Lazotieh, Rams. CENTERS — Frank Gatski, Browns: Fred Naumetz, Rams; John Rrtnacz, John Cannady. Giants; Bill Walsh, Steelers: Vic Lindskog, Eagles: Brad Ecklund, Yanks. BACKS — Gene Roberts, Ed Price, Giants: Spec Sanders, George Taliaferro, Zollie loth, George Ralterman, Yanks; Joe rankie Albert, 49ers; Norm Van Brocklin. Glenn Davis, Paul Harry. Rams; Joe Muha, Frank Ziegier, Steve Van Buren. Tommy Thompson. Eagles; Billy Stone, Colls: Jim Hardy, Don Paul, Cardinals: Otto Graham. Browns; Bob- jby Layne. Don Doll, Lions. paign give the Wolverines a marked edge, and their ace thrower, Tailback Chuck Orr.nann, gained almost as many yards himself as all the California chuckers combined. Thus the news leaking out ol California's drill grounds at San Bernardino today was interesting. Cal, said the rumors, is still concentrating on pass plays. Asked point blank if the Bears intend to pass more than usual, Coach Lynn Waldorf gave the only answer he could: "That depends on the circumstances." , * * * NEW ORLEANS—Kentucky ran through a two and one half.hour work out yesterday that left Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant scowling. That was Kentucky's second workout here. After the first, passing Quarterback Vito (Babe) Parilli stayed overtime to throw a few. Bryant commented: "He needs to." Equally pessimistic was Coach Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma, Kentucky's opponent in the Sugar Bowl game. After completing a first-day workout in Biloxi, Miss., yesterday, Wilkinson commented: " t We went over every phase of football. And ve didn't look good. However, the cold wind may have hurt, some." * * * DALLAS, TEX.—Coach Bob Neyland of, Tennessee — queried about why his Volunteers are regarded as a de- team only when it ?G more points than Cotton Bowl o-ppo- up with this ob- Two planes carrying squad members departed from Dayton early yesterday. But ithe third chartered plane developed engine trouble enroute to Dayton, and another plane had to be substituted. The Miami Redskins plan several workouts in the Arizona sunshine before meeting Arizona State of Tempe here New Year's 'Day. < *C :<e * SAN FRANCISCO—A high- scoring gridiron spectacle which, still may be decided by only a point or a single touchdown was shaping up today for Saturday's East-West Shrine Charity game. Unless wet weather puts the brakes on the scoring capabilities of the two teams, it looks like they will he good for at. least four or live touchdowns apiece. CITY Vet's Cab LEAGUE .955 945 927—2827 Motley One Of Unanimous Choices BY FRANK ECK (AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor) NEW YORK, Dec. 28 (AP)—Halfbacks Doak Walker of the Detroit Lions and Joe Gcri of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Fullback Marion Motley of the Cleveland Browns and End Tom Fears of the Los Angeles Rams were unanimous choices for The Associated Press 1950 All-Pro football team. They drew votes from sports writers in every National League city in which they performed. Walker, Southern Methodist's • r per punt, sixth St. Pours Cops 52-43 Victory At Greenwich All-America of 1949, Methodist's • paced thel aged Bonnie Lanes .869 812 885 833868- —24 0» —262l| M&M Plumbing .. .831 918 862 967924- —2716 —2758! JBiro Mfg .804 839 923 875907- —25'IV —2571 Mark's Market ... .892 976 1030- —28H8 —2610 Bud Andres Cafe . .843 .871 827 890 894885- —2564 —2646 Sandusky Cement 754 840 820 958 792860 —2361 -2638 Tomich Heating . . .940 945 909 870882- —2682 —2695 VFW Chaplains Commanders . . . Sr. V. Commanders 720 693 695- Cooties 674 759 686- LEAGUK . . .727 644 716—2087 . . .781 842 802—2425 -2108 -2119 Trustees Past Commanders 599 706 748 60*9—2016 744 749—2199 Jr. V. Commanders 616 636 740—1992 Quartermasters .... Forfeit ~ M U NIC iY' A L~L E A GV E Montgomery Ward .717 751 747—2215 A Team 694 750 668—2112 DulTord's~ LLTIO 777.707 700 918—2391 Exchange t./ulj ....7*4 7YU 784— TZlU Frank (Lefty> O'Doul. manager of the San Francisco Seals, still holds the National League record for most hits in a season— 254 in 1929. Sears Roebuck . . . A.sso. Suppliers .. . .791 .755 867 772 840858- -2498 -2385 Charley's Boys .. Fire Department .739 .723 819 770 750689- -2308 -2182 Bell Telephone .. Esmond Dairy . . . .738 Forfeit 846 716-2300 FUTUKETTE S LEAG UK Wagner Cab Spector's Wear . . . .589 . 672 725 724 065712- -1979 -210L Roesch Plasterer Scheiber's Mkl. .486 . 644 523 491 521629- —1530 — 1764 Philco Gibeaut But.-Eggs 575 481 549 533 581500 — 1705 — 1514 Open FRIDAY NITE Till . 9 KOEHLER'S MEN'S WEAR Mwonlc Temple Bldg. Gav 90s 670 630 11. B. Waldock . . . .595 627 656632- -1950 -1854 Lake Erie Shufileboard lri'H WEEK STANDINGS Demma's Calc Jimmy's Bar * .. Gay 90s Cafe Uonnie's Radio luci . . . Andy's Place (Milan) Tally-Ho Cafe Dew Drop Inn Happy's Lunch 300 Club Knotty Pine Cafe .... Tom's Place Triangle Cafe NEXT TUESDAY'S GAMES Gay 90's Cafe vs Triangle Cafe. Tally-Ho Cafe vs Ronnie's Radio Inn Demma's Cafe vs Jimmy's Bar. 800 Club vs Happy's Place. Tom's Place vs Knotty Pine Cafe Andy's Place vs Dew Drop Inn. Won (1** Lost 1 r \ 69 1 <J 39 1*4 G'l 44 4 ;1 5.") r; •> 52 51 51: 57 47 J '1 61 4.1 42 Of (id 41 67 29 79 Smith Motor 781 818 825—2411|National League in scoring with 128 points in his freshman season, making him the rookie of I the year. Besides running and passing the Doaker did just about everything expected of a triple threat back. He made 11 touchdowns, kicked 38 of 41 extra point i<ttempts and made eight lielu goals in 18 efforts to tally the second best point total in the'history of the NFL. He also passed, kicked off, blocked and tackled. * Three Bears Picked Three Chicago Bears made the first team. They were quarterback Johnny Lujack who, by scoring 109 points, became the Bears best point getter in his.ory. Tackle George Connor and Guard Dick Barwegan, formerly with the Baltimore Colts. The other four All-Pro places were filled by End Dan Edwards of the New York Yanks, Center Charley (Chuck) Bednarik of the Philadelphia Eagles, Tackle Arnie Weinmeister of the New York Giants and Guard Joe Signiago of the Yanks. The team includes four former All-Americas. Besides Walker, they are Lujack and Connor of Notre Dame fame and Bednarik of Penn. The second team includes ends Mac Speedie of Cleveland and Cloyce Box of Detroit, tackles Dick Huffman and Boh Reinhard of Los Angeles, guards Garrard Ramsey of the Chicago Cardinals and Ray Braiv of the Chicago Bears and Center Clayton Tonnemaker of Green Bay in the line. The No. 2 baekfield consists of Bob Waterfield of Los Angeles. Billv Grimes of Green Bay, John Strzykalski of San Francisco and Dick I loonier of Los Angeles. The All-Pro players were voted by Associated Press sports writers in 11 National Leapue cities. MoUry Best on Ground Motley, the former Nevada star, led the league ground gainers, traveling 810 yards on 140 efforts for a 5.8 yard average. Geri wes the main cog in Pittsburgh's attack. He gained 705 yards on the ground from a single wing attack 1o r^nk third in the league. He also was the circuit's No. 3 passer based on average gain per pass attempted. He scored 64 points t« tic for ninih place in scoring and aver- 40.7 yards best in the league. Lujack gained 17M1 yards- passing, fifth best figure in the circuit. Notre Dame's two-time All-America carried the hall for 11 touchdowns, made 34 of 35 extra point attempts and kicked three of the five fielci goals he tried. NORWALK. Dec. 28—Norwalk St. Paul's Flyers outdistanced Greenwich in all but the first pe riod to win 52-43 at Greenwich last night. The Flyers were still down 2725 at. hall'timc but forged ahead for good in the third period. Ken Spaar led Norwalk's evenly-divided scoring with 14 points. Keysor meshed 19 for Greenwich. St. Paul's reserves won 28-12. St. Paul's 5:2 i Greenwich 43 OF.P. G.F.P .Jnv.'orski .'! 3 9' Gorham 5 111 Hipp fi 2 12' Schantz 10 2 1 andoll r> 1 11 ; Enzor 2 3 7 Sixiar 7 0 11 Xnysor 7 5 19 Roth 1 Q 2' Blair 12 4 Obcrmillcr n a ! St. Paul's H 17 15 12—52 Greenwich .-12 15 9 7—43 tensive scored Texas, its nent—came servation yesterday: "We didn't play a tough schedule like Texas. No other conference in the country plays as tough a schedule as the Southwest Conference." Neyland ha? barred the press from all practice sessions here. And there was little word from Austin, where the Texas Longhorns are drilling. MIAMI. FLA., Dec. 28 m— A warm tropical sun greeted the Clemson College football squad today as it headed into its second mid-afternoon workout for a Jan. 1 Orange Bowl date with the University of Miami. Both squads closed practice gates to outsiders, hut Coach Frank Howard of Clemson and Coach Andy Gustafson of Miami reported their teams in tip-top shape. * * :': PHOFNIX, ARIZ.—The last plane load of Miami University of Ohio's Salad Bowl- bound football party arrived here early today after a 17 hour delay. Hockey By Associated Press N A TIO N AL L K A Gt'K New York 3. Toronto 1. Chicago 4, Boston 4 1 1 ie). AMERICAN I.KAGI'E Cleveland (i, Springfield 5. Buffalo 7, Cincinnati .". St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1. Fights Last Night Bv Associated Press NEW YORK (St. Nicholas arrnrO — Jimmy Flood. 162 'j, New York. Mt>p ped Artie Diamond. 160. New York, i- MIAMI, FLA.— Harold Green. 15'i Brooklyn, knocked out Chico Pacheco 100S. Rio De Janeiro, 10. Giants To Start Earlier NEW YORK. Dee. 28 (UP) — In response lo the expressed wishes of I heir players and fans, the New York Giants announced today that weekday baseball games at the Polo Grounds during the 1951 season will begin at 1:30 p. m., est — an hour earlier than in 1950. Hirsch Enrolls At B-W Ferris Fain of the Athletics participated in 194 double plays iti 1949 for a rna.jor league mark f'T.KVF.LAN'D. Dec. 28 </P) Baldwin-Wallace College in sub urban Jierea has enrolled Elroy Crazy I .eg - > Hirsch as a senior in phvsic-al education. The Los An aeles Ranis end and former star halfback at Wisconsin and Mich i'.'.an will move here from Wausau, Wis. Ed Sharkey, guard of the New York football Yanks, is a four-year pro veteran at the age of 23. Four Firelands Teams Compete In Cage Carney NORWALK, Dec. 28—Pour 'pjarlf 1 licipant teams of the Firelands i League circuit. Huron, Margaretta,* Milan and Norwalk St. Paul's,-will stage an invitational tourney cage-/ oarnival here Friday and Satur-^ day nights at St. Paul's gym. :-';,;«.2 Margaretta and Milan' will clash * in the opener Friday night at ^vSfJiw p. m. Polar Bears hold a six-won",*?, one-lost record, the only defg£($£ ]i being to Milan, 50-47 on Dec. 1%.* The Indians have won six and lost two. Unbeaten Huron who plays Class A Mentor tonight will clash, with St. Paul's, winners of seven out of 10 games in the frsale at 9 o'clock. On Saturday night the two los- ^ crs will battle for consolation hon« ; ors at 7:30 p. m. while the two S winners will vie for .the tourney* title at 9 p. m. Games will not count in the ^1] current Firelands standings but will be regarded as regular season* contests. No reserve quintets 1 ^01 see action at this meet. T TONIGHT Mentor at. Huron. Port Clinton at Maumeo. Bellevue at Celina. Findlajr at Canton Lehman. Clyde Carnival—York vs Lakeside Clyde vs Attica. FRIDAY Alumni at Sandusky. John Hay at Elyria. Fostoria at Lorain. Fremont at Mansfield Madison Alumni at Vermilion. Clyde Carnival finals. Norwalk St. Paul's Carnival — lan vs Margaretta. St. Paul's vs ron. SATURDAY St. Paul's Carnival finals. Mi Hu- Shoemciker CUmbs, Only 1 Win Behind MIAMI, FLA., Dec. 28 (UP) — Joe Culmone's once-fat lead over Willie Shoemaker for the 1950 jockey championship was sliced to just one victory today with four days lefL in the year. Shoemaker, driving hard to gain ground, rode four winners at Fair Grounds in New Orleans yesterday lo run his total to 377. Culmone had three winners here at Tropical Park to .stay in front with 378. Shoemaker will finish the weekly program at Fair Grounds, and then fly west to compete at Agua Caliente in Mexico on Sunday if the title still is in doubt'at that I time. Workman Leads In Scoring Derby NEW YORK, foot-eight inch West Virginia 5 foot .10 inch Dec. 28 (A*) — Six Mark Workman ol. reached out over Larry Imburgia of Cincinnati to take the scoring lead v in major college basketball with / a 28.7 average. " '• The Mountaineers' towering junior trailed the Cincinnati forward in the national rankings released by the National Collegia-to Athletic Bureau a week ago. A 44-point -'. splurge against George Washington boosted Workman to the top spot. Imburgia fell from his 29.3 average of a week ago to 26.6, which dropped him to third place behind Workman and Bill Mlkvy of Temple. Cincinnati continued to top the team scoring averages despite Bradley's upsurge. In winning all five starts, Cincinnati has rolled up 86.4 points per game. Bradley jumped from fourth to second and has a figure of 84.3. Temple remained third with 80.3. Sandusky Cagers * Served Dinner Sandusky High's varsity and reserve basketball squads were given a chicken dinner last night by the Blue Streak Boosters. The dinner was served at Gamber's restaurant. The Boosters will take the squad to a college cage game early In 1951. m FY: WISHING YOU AND YOURS BILL MOWRY 5MITH appif Vet* %(eat* m. m m SB m to LAWRENCE GEARY ROBT. LAUBER JOHN LEDER From the Employees ~ AND "ME ^ LEO J. LAUBER, Prop. * RICHARD LAUBER EVELYITMcCORMICK LUCILLE FLETCHER TED HACKER ROBT. ERNST Double Community Gift Bonds Friday Nite 7 to 8:30 REDI-EAT Smoked Shank Half 55 c lb. PORK JEC CHOPS Lean Tender — CHUCK 4Qc ROAST *tUfc SIEILOSN g^glc Rib STEAK wV»> A New Year's Dinner BRISKET CQc CORNED ZM 71 BEEF VWb Imported Sandwich M CORNED CQC BEEF Redi-Eat UV 'b HOME MADE SAUERKRAUT 0° FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS FULL LINE OF ASSORTED Cold Cuts-Cheese QUALITY MARKET CORNER MARKET and HANCOCK STS. Open Friday Night. Closed New Year's Day. Open Wednesday, Jan. 3rd.

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