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THE BEKGEN EVENING RECORD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 194)1 Cliffside Park Defeats Edison 49-47 For Group Three State Title . La Marca, Colao Cliffside Boys Jubilant After Winning Fourth Title PAUB SIXTEEN For The Record By Al Del Greco Consistency Thy Name Is Robie Lead Bergen Five TT was a guid nicht for a bonnie braw lass in Teaneck, and only the skirls of the bagpipes were missing as Mrs. Ellen "Robie of Ridgefield snagged the fifth annual championship of the Bergen Evening Record Golden Pins championship. Her victim was Mrs. Hilda Weiss, one of Bergen's finest bowlers, the same Hilda who chalked up a 177 average to Mrs. Robie's 170-1 for the 18 games of the tourney. Two unmarried girls, Tenafly's Gerry Mallory and East Rutherford's Rita Marchut, were the semifinal victims. That was the round in which Hilda poured in a 584 as Mrs. Robie, trailingyby 37 pins, banged out strikes in the sixth, seventh, and eighth frames, then threw in a 3-timer in the final frame for a 226 and a spot in the finals. ' Mrs. Robie was given little chance against Teaneck's stylist. With reason: Mrs. Robie frittered away spares, and had the reputation of being a strike bowler. Odds were about 2 to 1 that Mrs. Weiss would make a shambles of the lady who merely had a nodding acquaintance with Feibel's lanes. After all, Mrs. Weiss had stuck in rounds of 497, 516, 535, 556, and 584 while Mrs. Robie rolled 500, 519, 508, 501, and 518 Mrs. Robie went out and won, 517 to 504. Let it be said that this least publicized figure of the tourney won honestly in that final round. She outrolled Hilda. Both can claim tough breaks on strikes, but it was Hilda who dug her own grave with misses in the third contest which was the decid ing factor ' About 99.4 per cent of ' the bowlers should throw away their ball If they have any idea of emulating Mrs. Robie on the lanes. The lady throws a backup! Bowlers, the form bowl ers, look on backup bowlers with the indulgence they would waste on a left-handed Indian. A backup bowler has the same social rating as a cross-handed batter in baseball. And here comes a backup bowler who crowns herself queenie and -has a whole passel of women yelling auntie. And while Mrs. Robie was bringing fame to the clan, her husband was rolling in a Mixed League on alleys just a few miles away, "It's this way," Stewart explained, "I saw her qualify. And' last week I got down there for the last two frames when she got a 6-7-10 split and a miss. So I said, 'Stewart, you're a Jinx." A member of the family who never for 1 minute doubted that Ellen would win the title was her brother Bob Arnell, who has gone as high as 190 in league competition. Bob led the cheering; Harry, the only other brother, sat on the sidelines smiling and wondering why people went so nutty over tne sport. -5 -: . . Champ Leads Averages In Two Loods LIFE begins at 40, and that's Ellen's age. She was married 20 St. Luke's High of Ho-Ho-Kus vaora arm ti1 noat .Tannnrv fih rnlls turiep a wppIt In wound up its searon Saturday after- 0 " " noon as it Journeyed to Seton Hall College gym and dropped a close 31-29 decision to St. Michael's High of Newark. The game was a semi- - - ..-- i - -A Rereen Evpnina1 Recnrri PloJn n.- . Elizabeth Team Almost Pulls Game Out Of Fire In Last Few Minutes; Nine Foul Shots Waived, Seven Points Scored In Final Minute HISCHE SCORES 24 FOR THE LOSERS La Marca Nets 18, Colao 16 As Firemen Capture Fourth State Title; Bergen Has Produced Group 3 Champ For 10 Straight Years By GERRY DE LA REE Cliffside Park High School defeated a stubborn Thomas Edison High quintet from Elizabeth 49 to' 47 Saturday night before 4,000 fans at Elizabeth Armory to round out a decade of Bergen County dominance over the Group Three N. J. s. I. A. A. basketball title. In chalking up their fourth State title since 1941, the Cliffside Park Firemen were forced to stave off a late Edison rally that produced nine points in the last minute of play. Bill Hische, 6-5 center, and pint-sized Vito Colletti were the boys who caused Cliffside Park all the trouble. Colletti (played a bang-up floor game, while Hische got hot in the second half to wind up as the game's high scorer with 24 points. Johnny La Marca and Joe Colao, hitting on stts and one-handers, were the standouts for Cliffside Park. La Marca tallied 18 points, while Colao pumped home 16. LUCANS BEATEN, KIRBY CAGES 19 Bergen Evening Record pno:n f uiiiisiae ram i uroun inree siaie cnampions ceicDraie in ineir dressing room immediately after their 49-47 victory over Thomas Edison of Elizabeth. Coach Frank Milner holds trophy emblematic of State title. Front row (1. to r.) Ray Martionotti, John La Marca, Milner, Ed Meadows, and Joe De Candido. Standing behind Martinotti is John Fehring, while Rudy Garritano stands between La Marca and Milner. st i!i choaLs ivins Tut riiff side Park Ace Netted y u l allies in 1 ournament ORANGE SNAGS GROUP 4 TITLE Defeats Atlantic City; Weehawken Beaten The Box Score HISCHE GETS HOT Husky Rudy Garritano did a good job on big Hische until the final Deriod. when the towering Edison center dropped in eight points and,Rdy Garritano, e was fouled practically every timeiJonn ennng, g he shot. The last minute of the game provided more ac tion than seems possible for that brief span of time. Seven points were scored, nine personal fouls were committed and nine foul shots were waived in that wild George Guempel, f final minute of action. ! Flick Flezia, f A jump shot by La Marca and a 'Jim McKeon, f ... CLIFFSIDE PARK (4!)) F.G. F. r. John La Marca, f 8 ! it John La Sagna, I 3 0 I 1 1 7 J I Joe Colao, 1 I i Ray Martinotti, f 6 t Totals THOMAS il EDISON (471 F.G. F. 2 0 3 1 49 foul by Fehring made the score! John Hunter, f 9 49-40 with abom four minutes to Bill Hische, c 10 go. The Firemen then started a! Don Rutherford, g .... 3 slow freeze and held possession until Chris Maloney, g 0 Vito Colletti, g 1 Johnny La Marca Also Hit Double Figures In 20 Games This Year; La Sagna Hurts Leg Cliffside Park's sharp-shootins forward, Johnny La Marca, scored an even 90 points in five N. J. S. I. A. A. tour nament games. ' Diminutive Mr. La Marca hit double figures in all 20 Guttenberg Tuesdays and at Palisades Park Rec Sundays She leads both loops in the averages, 182 and 152, respectively. She rarelv talks. Last nieht she was positively Karrulous by comparison. But she didn't have. any false ideas about ."- jLCalnoiicVhoTs ucamis miua. Tournament. "I knew it was out of the wood in the next to the last ball inaccurate shooting from the foul that I threw," she said. "A bowler like Hilda can't be taken 'line cost the Lucans a chance to . m . inlaw In tha finul: fntiicrht. ncrninst. lor granxea. rt Ros of Ema? as tnev maeiSames Cliffside Park played this season. The only other Ber She loosed cooi ana caim ana serene, or is piacia me d on only three out of n!neteen;genite to turn this trick was Westwood's Wes Bomm, who woraf attempts at the hoop. Jay Ktrby, went over 10 in 25 contests. " ; "I felt awful all the time," said Mrs. Robie truthfully.; leading scorer of -Bergen County.. La Marca-t pay ln the tourna-'"Mrs. Pfeifer said, 'Conpratulations!' after the match, and;nt1t1ed three of these foul shots ment was on a par wltn the great I'm afraid that she must think it's queer because I didn't ayj!"cwtaww,wwk he turned out all season. His .,. T wj ,f t. , ' .v ii ucoring nonors in me game. ionly Da(j mght was against Ferris, anything. I had lost the power Of speech. ) Kirby's nineteen markers gave whgn ne wa heW to tQ tallies Mt. KODIC, Ule rorguH.CH JMaii, puppeu up. uuui, lie uun a wini ui uvi pumia iui tuc, i SCHOLASTIC said, "Say, She came home last WeeK, ana I asKed her ll tnat'Siscatu" " Bill Hische of Edison caused Cliff- Grono One-Atlantic Highlands the way she lntendedto go around in the future. She was still freWiar clmmien the S side Park a good deal of trouble. Group Two-Hishiand Park. ' w.iin .,,., i;ne "s"1" camptilg" , I," but if the Firemen had been on with Grouo Three-Cliffside Park wearing her bowling shoes tacan center scored 493 points for hplr noot he f n oui, Fourorange Rollers of Mrs. Robie's league, who had just finished ac-ja new Bergen county scormg rec-;tm woud nver have been cl " parochial inn tniloe a -or a -a in a PalisnHps Park mlxprl Ipftffup eavp hpr ord. He compnea an ovor-aii w ."-. - - . . 20fl rinint npr eaire I a" "i oiim. l iass a 'irenion uamoiic a tumultuous recep.tion when she made an appearance there , gt. Michaers iot oix to a quick Edlson made 19 out of 63, with iass B-Hoiy Family iv. c.) r. 24 the automatic timeout, which camej with 2:32 left in play. At 1:53 Edison forced a jump and got possession Totals 19 9 47 of the ball. Hische took two shots SCORE BY PERIODS and missed both and Cliffside cliffside Park ...12 7 21 949 grabbed the rebound. With 1:22 re- Thomas Edison . . 5 16 13 13-47 maining, John La Sagna committed Referee: Silverman. Umpire: Beij-a foul, but Edison waived it. Don anger. Rutherford then stuck in a one-1 Orange High School walked off with the Group Four title in thei ii autn annual n. j. es. i. a. a. rourna- fVH mpnt fintiirrinv nifrht. hv rrn.QtiirKrthnnripr fnr t.hp hnmp-tnwn bnvs to i c .urf.u. n u - - - ... .- c j - n v- aiippcu in a iuuj iui uusiue jrarK, Atlantic City 47-31 at the Elizabeth i make the score 49-42. McKeon 's third set shot of the Armory. Jim McKeon was awarded twojgame narrowed the gap to 33-31. Orange took a 14-0 lead and was Ioul snots- He issea tne iirst ana iCoiao scored a one-hander, but State Champs after the match. They threw her a party. And one of the first 10-5'icad -n the first quarter and m--Hiscne taklns 25 of the shots to congratulate her was Dan Di Cicco, the first winner of the creased the margin to 23-7 at half- j Men's Golden Pins tournament. Ume as the Bob Curiey-coached men , Dan signed Ellen up as a member of the Knock the Favorite Club. He beat a young fellow by the name of jto the first half bulge as he scored. Junie McMahon. Mr. McMahon last year won the All-Events all ten of his points m the first two and Singles titles ln the American Bowling Congress tourney. A orchid was annoying Ellen. Someone had pinned it on upside down. The same condition in which she left the tourney! . - itanzas. The Ho-Ho-Kus quintet came: fighting back in the last two periods' Class C St. Patrick's (Elizabeth) Westwood. The Tiger coach knows what he's doing when he doesn't start Hendricks. The kid would be out of the game by halftime. The sports writer's All-State teams will be released Thursday. They also voted for the "Most Valu able Players in the Tournament" St. Louis Is Withdrawn From The Olympic Trials N. Y. U. Or East-West Winner May Take 8th Place; Kentucky ;Is Rated Team To Beat For litle New York, Mar. 22 (JPy-Eight of the country's blue-ribbon non-professional basketball squads will assemble here Saturday for the Olympic trials, but long Ed Macauley and his St. Louis sharpshooters will be niissing from the firing line. , " . The Billikens, who won the recent National Invitation, were withdrawn from the fast Madison Square Garden field last night by the university's athletic board, which decided the bovs should stay home and study. New York University, runnerup to -- - St. Louis ln the invitation, figures to get the vacated spot although there's some talk the berth may go to the winner of Thursday night's East-West All-Star game. The Olympic basketball committee will meet tomorrow to decide. Louis Wilke. chairman,, previously announced N. Y. U. would get the bid if St. Louis refused. The rest of the field - to be made up of four independent teams and four college combines is set. Carrying the independent banner will be the Bartlesville (Okla.) Oil ers, National A. A. U champions, TRINITY OUSTED BY 41-32 SCORE Holy Trinity High of Hacken-sack, B.-P. C. C. champion, was knocked ont of the New Jersey Catholic Schools tournrgr last night by St. Mary's of South Amboy 41 to 32 at Seton Hall in South Orange. Trinity, the last Bergen tram remaining in 'the tourney, was led by center Jim O'Donnell, who scored 17 of its 32 points. Hurt, f 10 Barnett, f 3 make. ( l Renzulll. f 0 Gallagher, c 1 Orange Kfatini. i 2 1 0 0 winner wa C?oree Dempsry of MerchantviUe. Cliffsir'e's George Sella took top honors in 1916. Bohl. t Ballon, f Most of the Edison boys tried fieir br t to grow beards for the tourney, bot the only one who appeared successful was Jim McKeon. He sported a healthy growth from ear to ear. Fdison made nine for 15 from the to tie the score in the last minute. foui iine. wmie cliffside sank seven With forty seconds left to play how- for 13 colao, who left in the final I The winner will be announced to- ever, Vv'ade LiKins rlnped the nets spconds was the eamp's lone fnuL morrow. Bob Hurt, classy TlritH o nns.hflnrtpH sbnt. frnm thp i. t. . llTicV, fmm-arA lnlrc liko V,o hoct Renwicb. ...... - - victim, uairjuiim uau luur 1111 mm li " ..... ..... 1 ; R0H,r.,Qn sife to oring vitioijr iu me newum- at tne end, however. Rav Martin-i ei. 10 snas inc iropny. lrsi years Marra. ers. Johnny caralonna. nara-ngni- otti was tne onlv sub to Dreak lnto ing Lucan guard and Kirby had tne cliffside lineup, carried the brunt of the losers scor- ing in the third period to bring, , . . . them to within eight point. 28-20. " Johnny la f? wh" Five markers bv Kirbv and a good game off the boards, pulled niftv nivnt. 5hnt hv ".Hb" Tnrt a muscle in his leg while Jumping brought the Bergen team to within ',n and Jdown Wltn hls teammates two points at the automatic time-: immediately after the game was out With 53 seconds left In the fray over- He nad to be helped off the Caradonna took his own foul shot u'1- rebound at the line and scored to tie the score at 29-all but shortly Mpl Bauon. star lorwara lor Hlgn-therenfter Ll'iins scored the winnina iand Park's Group Two champions basket for St. Michael's. iw carried from the Armory court Frank Fitznatrick and Turi were tne aymg minutes 01 piay. Bauou Dersonal foul victims for the losers who scored 30 points during the "SXSILJ? ! rar"eLlaiyW;en!Pced record of 0:27.57 for flat half- winners also left the game with five Keenan threw a body block into him personals in the fourth quarter. as he was going up for a shot. Bal- The box score: lou was thrown against the metal st. i.ke'j r St. Michmd'i (si) supports that hold up the back- V- r- r. ImorH, 1 Atlantic Highlands, which up set Westwood in the Group One semi-finals pulled still another onset when it dawned Verona 36 to 30 for the State title. Don Rackley. Negro eerier who caused Wes Pnmm so much trouble, was the standout for Highlands with 14 points. never headed. Bob Hurt, Negro for-iwaived the other- Taking the ball at ; Rutherford put in a foul. A set by ward, dumped in 24 points ln lead- nuacourt, Mcneon loopea a nign,Colao one-hander by La Marca ing his team to victory. Orange Pass to Hlsche under the basket, fgave Cliffside a 40-32 advantage. A held Atlantic City scoreless for nlneand the blg center taPPed 11 in to , layup by Hische narrowed il to 40-34 minutes. Bob Brooks broke the spelTmake the seore 49"44- Tha' was Wlth :as the period closed. with a one-hander. ? seconas ieii e jas louiea on , , the shot, but the free toss was . MeUBfil0U, V Sl8h!ant? Pa!k!waived. Edison retained possession, to a 57-53 win over Weehawken in but with 35 seConds left La Sagna the Group Two final. Ballou. held j - 1 wii -.i;. to 10 points in the first half went; k over for a few econds Ruther-i Colao and L" Marca 'ollowed with wild in the last two periods to wind 7 iZ I Ml Zl up with 30 points. Ballou was in- the tan off Rutherford hit with a foul, La Jured in the closing minutes of with only 15 seconds left Cliffside play and after he left the game Park waived a foui shot and took Weehawken rallied to narrow the . possession at midcourt. Colao then Sap- - (fouled out,of the game. Hische sink- Three baskets by Don Rackleyjing one free toss and waiving the broke a 30-30 deadlock and gave other. The Elizabeth boys again Atlantic Highlands the Group One 'pulled that looping pass to Hische, title over favored Verona. RackleyiWho layed in the ball for a 49-47 was high scorer with 14 points. score. He was fouled on the shot. Union City's Holy Familv quintet iDUt waived it.. That was with six won the Parochial Class B crown!seconds left- Edison then took two by dumping St. Mary's of South !time outs- When play was resumed Ambov 48 to 47. Jack O'Rrien lMt! George Guempel of Edison fouled the winners with 23 points. John Fehring and Cliffside waived Snares Greensboro Open, tne snot to lane possession. s soon, 1 n .I7. . Auus iu winnings Greensboro. N. C, Mar. 22 MV-As the touring golf stars left here just held it until the gun sounded.; today for Charlotte and the last II Edison had played the same; open tournament of the winter type ball for the first three and a 'schedule, lanky Lloyd Mangrum of half periods that it did in that Chicago emerged as No. 1 man of final minute, the complexion of the the seasonal swing. Hische hit again to open the final stanza and then followed with a foul shot to make it 40-37. La Maica and Rutherford exchanged baskets. Marca stuck in a jump shot. That was with half the period gone. Fehring's foui gave the Firemen their best lead, 49 to 40. MANGMl 1 IN GOLF PARADE The box scores: Oranre (41) G. P P. 4 24 0 6 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 3 Atlantic Lee. 1 Brocks, f Sarkas. f Freynd. f Bradley, c Develin, Sane, g Nelson, c Natds. e Former, g CltT (31 G. P P 1 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 9 1 0 0 as the ball was passed in McKeon fouled Ray Martinotti and again 3 1 the shot was waived. This time the ball was passed in and Martinotti 0 9 0 6 2 1 0 Thret Cliffside boys La Marca, Colao. and Garritano will see action in the annual Bergen-Hudson All-County game on April 10. Coach Frank Milner of Cliffside Park wilLDeMarco. coach the Bergen squad. He coached the club last year with:Mslcn John Mardy of Fort Lee. Totals 18 11 47 Totals StOliE bV PERIODS Orarnre 12 14 11 Atlantic City 0 14 9 Releree Jones. Umpire Bowe. 13 6 31 111-47 S 31 Hithlani Park (57) O. P. P. Schneider. I 2 rnrl. f Jberw. f Murphy, f ?mith. f MrDona'd 'Cirby. c herry. r ara'nna, r Par1ny. ''it- trlck. f Moore, c Totals 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 a n 3 19 n 0 I) o e I) o 0 St. Michael's (SI) O. P P MaUsklel. 13 3 9 nki-;s. I 2 Srhroeder. f 0 Bec"?!e:', e 3 Kee'en, c 9 Foe-, r 9 McOro-nr. 4 O'Rourke. K 9 0 0 9 (I 0 0 9 0 1 10 0 0, Denver's Nuggets and Oakland's Bittners. the 2-3 teams in the A. A 'Eastern N c A A eliminations U. tourney, and Brooklyn Prospect have tnrown wildcats into the Park I. M. C. A., winner vi uie national Y. M. C. A. crown. I! To'.,!. 12 SCORK BV PKRinns t. tnke's ... S 2 13 ! It Muha-Vs . .. 10 13 : MARKS Referee Coffee. Umpire. Banniltan. -31 j George Hendricks, soph sensation for Atlantic Highlands, fouled out nt'MONT RAMS WIN The Dumont Rams, basketball' against Verona as he did against team composed oi coys in tne u. o 15 age group, ended their season Saturday night by defeating the team-to-beat role. -Jaworth Boys Club. 7b to su. I tie Kentuckv has another bit ofiDurront team has played 10 games COLLEGES IN ONE BRACKET business before it can tackle the 'his year, winning 7 and losing 3. The college group will be com- Olympic field. The Southwestern! In Saturday s game hieh scorer posed of Kentucky, the Eastern N. conference champions engage Bay-jas Jack Scopotz with 24 point. C. A. A. champion; Baylor, winner, ior, the Southwest Conference! Jack Boeffinger for Haworth had 20 of the Western N. C A. A. playoff; champ and victor in the Western "nt.s. Louisville, N. A. I. B. titlist. and piayoffs. for the N. C. A. A. cham-! N. Y. U., if chosen fo IUI St. luis s pi0nship tomorrow night in the ."akmudy kius iui.m iosih Grande. Nelson, i Totals 1 5 0 2 2 30 1 1 I t 0 0 1 7 0 0 Weehawken (m) a. P. P siewarx, I 2 Klely. f 0 Pptrocelli. ( 0 Gurskl. ( 9 Carlson, c 3 Keenan. e 0 Peizer. 3 Simler. I 4 0 4 2 2 0 0 1 19 2 S 0 0 S 11 1 9 24 9 57 SCORE BY PERIODS ?ishland Park 12 10 19 Weehawken IS 9 16 Referee West. Umpire Lustig. SETS MOTORCYCLE MARK Abille, Fla., Mar. 22 Jp Johnny Butterfield of Newport Lews, Va., i yesterday set a new motorcycle Atlantic Hich'ds (SI!) milA riirt trarlrc Prit7i Rap. nf L . V- T- r- - w. , Kfrtl. I 090 Springfield, Mass., member ol theMonahan, t 2 2 American Motorcycle Association's Hendricks" e i I '! National Competition Committee.iCarhart. s o o said the mark would be officially recognized. The old record of 0:27.73 was set by Leo Anthony at Richmond, Va., last year: Totals 1857 1053 2 2 Mills. Totals Verona (SO) O P P Marshall, f 2 5 9 Jensen, t 0 0 0 Davies, t 14 6 Kingston. fOll Alderio. c 3 3 9 Infrold. 2 15 Brooks, g 0 0 0 WOODCOCK AFTER TANDBERG ondon. Mar. 22 ffi 3ruce Woodcock, heavyweight boxer, recovered at last from the beating Jot Baksiitx-stHmio. I 3 rave h:m nearly a year ago, said conroV." i t last night he hopes to fight Swe- MrArdie. g 3 den's Olle Tandberg "in vbout two"2 ' ' montns. lanaoerg narrowly out-i pointed Baksi in Stockholm shortly 14 I 30 Totals SCORE BV PERIODS Atlantic Highlands .4 S 13 Verona 7 9 9 Referee Griffin. Umpire Cooper. Holy Famil (4 Bruno, f 14 30 1136 530 P 2 10 1 7 0 0 4 2 I 1 t 3 5 St. Mary's (17) GPP McKeon. foil Connors, f 3 1 7 Hoban. c 13 5 game would have been entirely dif ferent. FIREMEN' LOOK SUPERIOR In the early frames Cliffside looked like the superior club. Its The dapper 1946 national open champion hiked his year's earnings to $10,838.33 by taking the $10,000 Greensboro open yesterday. Despite a falterins 73 finish, he PtoctTton. J O'Brien. E. O'Brien. 1 I I 111 g 2 4 S Totals 19 10 4 Totals ! centre n v n,nnu after Br' - had beaten Woodcock. ! Holy Family iu c.t 13 14 12 bl Marvs iho. Am ' 1.1 a 14 passing, shooting and general floor had enough of a cushion built up play was considerably more im-j through earlier rounds of 70-66-69 to pressive than that of Edison. I finish one stroke ahead of Lew Wor- The Elizabeth club tried its best shan, who succeeded him as open to set up Hische as it did Thursday ; king a year ago. night against Paulsbnro. That night! Mangrum's 278 was two under par the big boy tallied 48 points for a; for 72 holes over the 6,720-yara new t jurney record. Despite some Sedgefield Country Club course, a close guarding by Garritano, Hische Par of 70 strip, surprised many of his critics by: The victory was his third of th scoring 24 points. Edison played a' vear. making him the only player to slow, deliberate game and the other win more man one 01 tne eievcu four boys only shot when it was $10,000 tournaments held to date. unable to get the ball into Hische. or worshan the $1,400 runnerun Cliffside took a 4-0 lead in the money ended a period of rough go-opening minute of play when La'inK tnat saw him finish no higher Marca connected with a set and tnan a tie for 13th at San Antonio Garritano with a one-hander. Mid- 111 February. -way in the frame Edison broke into! Herman Reiser of Akron, Ohio, the scoring column on a foul by j was tnird witn 281, one stroke ahead Guempel. La Marca and Colletti I of Johnny Palmer, Badin. N. C. then traded pairs of foul shots to'Keiser won $1,000, Palmer $800. make it 6-3. La Sagna made it 8-3 p- G- A- champion Jim Ferner ol with a layup but with about one San Francsico and Bob Hamilton, minute to go. Hische finally hit forEvansville. Ind., now playing out oi Edison with a layup A set shot bviRevnoIds- Kv- shared fifth place ai La Marca and pivot by Garritano 281 each klng $550. pushed Cliffside ahead 12-5 at the1 Jlmmv Demaret. Ojai, Calif , ana quarter. j Bill Nary, Phoenix, Ariz., followed Edison rallied impressively in the with 2?5 s' 80Od for $475: . spfnnri frame j . fmenurst amateur dick mai- champion of Britain. a j t 1047 .action with Dosition. The draw hasnt been made but Olympic plans call for the independents to have it out in one bracket and the college bovs in the other with the victors clashing in the final. Then the Olympic team of 14 men fcalf independent and half co'legiate will be chosen. The first games will be staged in the Grrden Saturday, March 27, Garden. DIDtcK BEATS KNOX Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 22 i;p Harry Diduck, 1304. Brooklyn, outpointed Georgie Knox, 132, Newark, in a six-round bout at Ridgewood Grove Saturday night. Tom Carmody. formerly with El- mira in the Eastern League, was appointed baseball coach at the United States Merchant Marine Academy yesterday. The Kings Point team will play a twenty-three-game schedule, opening April 3 against Army at West Point. snrtiiRov a i.nsFS RAMAPO ADVANCES Npw York Mar 22 B-The Red Newark. Mar. 22 tJF The RamapoiBank Polo Club qualified for the with subsequent ones March 29 and Tigers advanced to the eastern finai national junior championship in March II. pi the National "Sherman Memorial Chicaao ty toop-ng fie Squadron A Ordinarily the tourney-tough in-polo tournament with an 8-4 victory, regulars, 11-10. in an eastern elim-dependents particularly the classypver Essex Troop Saturday night ination match. Saturday night. Dr. Bartlesville Oilers would be fa- Connie Johnson tallied six goals for Clarence (Buddy) Combs notched 7 vored over the college cagers but the'the winners . 'goals for the victors. Garden Is After Savold-Lesnevich Fight NEW YORK. Mar. 22 This is a variation on the rags to riches theme. This one. instead, is rags to riches, and it concerns the case of one Lee Savoli, a heavyweight who operates out of Paterson. Savold started on the bottom, then worked his way up to a top contender in the ranks and, although he never got a shot at Joe Louis's championship, he prospered. He laid off for a long time, and when he fought A Hoosman, a run of the mill heavy in Madison Square Garden a couple of years ago, he lost and started down the trail to what lookei like sure oblivion. He was headed for a f-V in Worcester, Mass., last week with a ?6C0 Guarantee (rags again), when he dropped in at the 20'h Centurr Sporting Club offices to bid the time of dav to Pol Strauss and his asro-ted m'nions. At thit very moment, Sol wrs wr ng'ng his hand in d?spair anl h:s min'ons wre iookin? very sad indeed for Jo? Biks- had jusr pulled out of Friday's scheduled battle with Gino Buonvino. They had considered such varied leather-pushers as Henry I Snow) Flake, Arturo Goov and Jimmy Bivins for the fillcr-in spot. But when Savold walked in. Strands had a hunch afler finin? he weighed only 187. Over the protestations of Ned Irish, T'ce-Tesideit of the Garden, and New York State Athletic Com-m!---'on'r Eddi E-rsn. he signed Savold. The rest, of course, is history. Lee belted the Italian out in just 54 seconds of the first round to set a new record in that department. The old one was held by Gus Lesnevich of Cliffside Park, and it was 59 seconds. For his efforts, he collected more than $4,000. Now the world is-looking op for Lee. S'rauss is falling all over himself trying to find another Garden spot for him. At present Strauss would like to match Savold with Lesnevich for a May 21 or ?8 date. Abe Greene, however, who doubles as New Jersey State Athletir Commissioner and Pres!-dent of the National Boxing Asportation, supposedly is danrling for a charity bout in Jersey City or Newark, and it was reported that Les-nevirh's manager, Joe Vella. has promised Greene his man would be available for the joust. a fade-away toss, but man led his division, finishing with f,- nmt. i . ... ,ito 78 alter a , IUW a wp-m, v,ois , four- V114U iullc upcii . . i , his rnian rotoiiotorf i t ,iu i lu-vo tor 291. a stroice aneaa 01 u- Rutherford csged a basket, but again llker cup teammate Frank Stran-Colao scorer, Hi.h thr, ,11 ln of Toledo, Ohio, who soared in! ani4 turn fmtl. A 1 . . . t , ...... :l " A V:i Jl r lu;dav stand Thursdav. The final win- the automatic time, Colao put in ater s,eason eve,nt .? the tlmell free shot. Colletti and Guempel re-!ma?ters' an invitation tournamenl turned with sets and Edison led f or earIy next month- the first time 19-17. Colao tied mat- ters with a set but a layup bv Hische iT M A R U SfOR F nut Edison in front 21-19 with r,r, Ol. O OLUHLikJ minute to go There was no scoring in the last 60 seconds. MCKFON TIES SCORE St. Mark's B. C. defeated tM La Marca sank a set to start Hackensack Warriors 74-60 recently action in the third period, but at the Longview gym. Hackensa Guempel stuck in a one-hander toiRaffo and Ready scored 20 point EllsonI t0 the fore- A 3umP each for the winners, shot by Garritano and a layun by; The box score: ia oaena gpve uiiusifle a 25-23 ..k . r i- j. wrrirs 74-69 COURT advantaee. MrKenn tier! the mt with a set shot. wwhi.' t La Marca. Colao, and La Sagna ""'i,0' ' then cut the nets with successive b'm m" field goals to rocket the Firemen L7.'T. in front 31-25. Hische batted in a rebound fnr Frlisnn hnr rrritann; Totals 9 in 10 l o Hcnecker. f 1 F P 0 12 0 1 0 2(1 0 20 0 2 0 0 1 v T. D:obln?ki. ''ii .5 !S Shramm. IrtK-olar. Reno, r Sut, Coiivnlin. caged a foul toss. Hische made an-jst Mrk b. c. yt A nt .Ttttn1 SCORE Bf fERIODf . 1 20 M other bask4t, after which .FeririnlwVe74-Luceiit: umpir-wert. 11-" 1

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