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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1952 SEVEN Ancient Hurler Wins25Games, Given Release •v By DON SLINKAKD MODESTO, c.aiif.—•CNEAJ— Does anybody have, a pitcher with a 25-9 record they want to give away?. Modesto Reds have. Ancient Tony •Freitas racked up Uhe second high- jest number ot I games won in the I history or the I Class C CaliXor- ' nia League last year. What's more, he had a 23-8 record the previous season, "' j including three Tony Freitas 'wina in the playoffs. "fcut the Reds, handed the almost- 4jry'ear-old lefthander his uncon- • dftional release the other day, pre- sifinably because the Silver Pox was too expensive a luxury to keep on trie payroll. ~ Brilliant First Year ' 'Freitas, believed to be the only grkndfather in baseball who is an active player, came to Modesto from the Sacramento Solons of the Pacific Coast League early in the 1950 campaign. ''After a brilliant first year here, he was nameti manager. But Modesto finished fifth last year, despite Freitas' fine hurling record art'd the stickwork of first baseman Dick Wilson, who broke the league's total bases, doubles and home run records and hit .371, "The Pittsburgh Pirates, with whom the Reds have a working ] agreement, appointed Buck Elliott, a 'hard hitting first Backer, the 1852 field manager. lJ: '- ; Doomed To Travel ^Vith 'the baseball custom that deposed managers are not usually kept on as players, Freitas was to travel. CATCHING TIP — Nancy Chaffee, tennis-playing wife of Pittsburgh Pirates' slugger, Ralph Kiner, catches up on her mail at the Seventh Regiment Tennis Club in New York. Nancy is scheduled to appear in the singles matches on Wednesday. She is the '51 Women's Indoor Singles and Doubles champion. -^ New York, Dlinois Groups Coordinate Ring Activities CHICAGO—(INS)—Illinois and New York athletic commissions said today they have entered into a working '•Where "he" will'go from here is agreement aimed at' coordinating boxing activities between Coaches 'Star' In Pro Basket Free-For-All (flu The Associated Press) Ruffled tempers were cooling and Boston Celtic Coach Red Auerbach was nursing a poke today as an aftermath "of the wild and wooly Milwaukee Hawks-Celtics NBA game yesterday. The Hawks won, 97-95, but the stars of the night, instead of the players, were the opposing coaches and four cops who broke up the i disturbance. j With 1:21 left in the game, Bos-j ton's Chuck Cooper and Milwaukee's Dick Mehen started to mix it up. Then came a free-for-all and the gendarmes stepped in. When the game was resumed and Referee Bud Lowell called a double foul, Auerbach and Hawk Coach Dixie Moore went at it. The cops got some more business when the players started another I brawl in the dressing room. Paul Arizin hit for 29 points to move out front in the scoring race as Philadelphia dropped Baltimore, 90-83. He has 1,232 points in 51 games compared to 1,218 in 50 contests for George Mikan of Minneapolis, who has been leading most of the season. Both .the leading teams won, the ' Rochester Royals, at the top of the Western Division, defeated Indianapolis, 100-92, and the Syracuse Nationals, riding at the head of the Eastern section, whipped the New York Km'cks, 66-61. Ft. Wayne tui'ned back Minneapolis, playing The LITTLE SPORT Clllireh League I They'll Do It Every Time Playoffs Set For Tri-Towiis Jimmy Hatlo | TKI-TOWNS CHURCH LEAGUE FINAL STANDINGS * IV. .Methodist ••••• S St. Peter's 6 Episcopal ,, 5 Presbyterian , 5 Brethren 4 Lutheran •••« 4 Baptist ; - Pet. 1.000 .750 .625 .625 .500 .500 .250 .125 .135 not known yet. But he says he fully intends to continue the professional diamond career which began in 1928 with Phoenix, Ariz. •Between Phoenix and Modesto spent several years with tttfc Philadelphia Athletics and the Cincinnati Reds, plus 15 Summers with Sacramento. A no hitter and six consecutive 20-game seasons, all with Sacramento, have been the highlights of his' career. Excluding three years he. spent in the Army Air Force, Tony has worked at the game 21 years and has won 322 contests while losing 245. Biiig, Bob Defend Golf Repn lations NEW YORK—(/P)—Bob Hope and Bing Crosby are two 'actors who don't mind being called hatns but they will defend bitterly their reputations as golfers. To prove this they have hurled a challenge at any two British actors who feel about golfing as they do. When word reached Hope that the , British press was in a stew about his and Crosby's frivolous behavoir during the British Amateur Golf Cham- the two states. The announcement was made last night at the first annual ring dinner sponsored by the Chicago Boxing Writers Broadcasters Association. Robert K. Christenberry, chairman of the New York commission, said the New York boxing law prohibits that commission from joining the National Boxing Association but that his group would agree to working pacts with various states. Joe Triner, president of the Illinois commission, expressed pleasure with the agreement. Joe Sangor, member of the Wisconsin Athletic Commission, said he believed that his group would be receptive to a like agreement. Arch Hindman, member of the Indiana Athletic Commission and former NBA president, expressed similar sentiments. The writers and broadcasters presented special Marciano, . of awards to Brockton, Rocky Mass., heavyweight contender, and Joe LoUis, ex-heavy champion who was beaten by Marciano. Marciano received the Packcy McFarland Memorial Plaque as the man the group believed did the most for boxing during 1951. Louis was given a scroll for his long and meritorious ring career. URSULINE SWEEPS FREDERICK SERIES Ursuline Academy swept its basketball series wtih St. John's girls team of Frederick by defeating the visitors yesterday on the S3 Peter and Paul court, 36-22. The victory gives the locals a 5-5 record for the season. Louisa Coffman of TJrsuline and Pat Murphy of St. John's each tallied 14 points. Ursuline will be host to Fort Hill Friday at 3:30 p. m. on the SS Peter and Paul court. The lineups: Pos. Ursulino (30) St. John's Coulehan , Rcasc P. Drcssman Murphy G. Colfman Jenkins Reynolds smith C. Madden Hnrtman O. Militancy •••• Tyeryar Score by periods: URSTJUNE 8 25 34 ST. JOHN'S 2 !> 15 Substitutes: Ursuline — llrhnstci ter. Walters. Grimes. Rohman. B. Madden, McGann. Kesc. Morgan. Sorthe. HiicUnlcw, Sploch. St. John'?—Bailey Ocien, 5nrnnklr>. Field goals: Ursuline — Coulehan 3, Dressman S, Coffimui 7. Hclmsti:U.er 1. St. John's—HeaT 3, Murphy 7. F'oitl coal.v: Ur.Millnc — COBiIi'han 1*1. Drcssman 2-3. Cotlman 0-1. Walters 0-1. Grimes 0-1, Roliman 1-1. St. John'!, — Murphy 2-4, Bpranklc (1-3. Officials—Rice and Hale. WESTERNPORT — St. Peter's advanced to the finals of the Tri- Tow'ns Church Basketball League by defeating Presbyterian, 31-29. in an overtime battle Saturday on the Bruce High School gym. St. Peter's will meet Methodist, which finished the regular season unbeaten in eight games, Thursday evening at the Piedmont High School gym for the league championship. Trinity swamped Episcopal, 51-16, in the other playoff game and will meet Presbyterian for second-place honors in the opening tilt Thursday at 7 n. m. The lineups: without the ill Mikari, 99-37, standings: WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Rochester 34 18 Minneapolis ;.'32 20 Indanapolls 27 26 Port Wayne 24 29 Milwaukee 18 37 EASTERN DIVISION Syracuse 33 Boston 2" New York 28 Philadelphia 23 Baltimore 16 18 22 25 28 36 .651 .615 .309 .453 .647 .551 .525 .451 .308 Seeded-Stars Win Tennis Matches NEW YORK— (INS) —Seeded stars advanced unmolested today into the third round of the National Indoor Tennis Championships. A round behind was second-ranked Dick Savitt who played his first round match Sunday and won it handily, 6-3, 6-4 from Gil Bogley. Other favorites, including Top- Seeded Billy Talbert, moved through the second round without mishap. Talbert, the defending champ, easily disposed of Frank Salichs, 6-1, 6-2. ' Women's play got under way and in the big match, Third-Ranked Althea Gibson beat Stella Lestingi. 6-1, 6-1. Both Defending Qliampion Nancy Chaffee Kiner and Second- Ranked Patricia Canning Todd drew byes. pionship tournaments, he came back •with: "If they don't think we can play the game, Bing and I will meet any two British actors who think they're hot golfers, with all proceeds going to charity. This time we'll practice first for about a week so that we get to know the course." To show thnt he and Bing aren't Joking, he added: i'Wc'll also make any side bets th»t Lloyd's of London care to back up. We've got New York Life Insurance on our side. Bing wants to make a trip to England soon anyway to see what they're Impounded money." Ex-Pilcher, Jack Russell, Wins Baseball Tourucv Spas Wilt (•Continued from Page 6) like Kane seemed to have an Trinity C F T|Ej)iscopaI G F T Devore t ... 3 0 6!S. Rhodes f 0 0 0 J. Reeves f.. 3 0 BjBarnard I .. 2 1 5 Cllne c 7 3 HjT. Forebeclc c I 2 4 Collett g ... 2 1 SIKerlerz R ... 2 0 4 Amtower g . 3 0 KC. Porebeck g 0 1 1 Smith s 2 1 5'Mangold s .. 1 0 2 Kaiser s 2 0 4iBradlcy E ... Fortney s .. 1 0 2{ .23' 5 51| Totals 6 4 16 Totals Score by periods: TRINITY 14 30 44 51 EPISCOPAL' 6 6 H 16 Officials — Elchorn and Junklns. St. Pclcr's G F TjPrcsbylerian OFT Thompson f 4 1 QIBaughman foil Mprtz f Orndorff c NUanti g ,. Lttpls g - . O'Bourke'S . MacNeMar s 0 2iCave t 6 3 13|Harvey c 0 0' O'Smlth g . 2 1 SjPurtly g . Kooken s 2 0 1 0 3 1 4 0 3 1 Totals .. 13 S 31! Totals Score by periods: ..13 3 28 ST. PETEH'S PRESBYTERIAN 3 17 21 14 18 26 31 26 29 Officials — Elchorn and Junklns. GOOD GKAVy! IS RELATIVE. OF FEATT-lERBED'S FEATUZRBEO SENIOR SUKE. KNOWS WHAT'S 60iHS Oti lit BET EVEhJ OTIS POESMT KMOW HE'S 60MM4 PETITE, FAMILY ' BOSS, THIS IS MY Boy CHEDD4R I SKXE TD >OU ABOUT- UH-ODS IN! THE STOCKSOOM IS RETIRING- I THOU6HT THAT"- IT'S TO KEEP MIS E/Af? TO TWE AtiO THE K"ID THE EXPRESSION] MS AT ONE IN) I DeBARTMENlT PAPA Tl?y , TO MAKE BOTHER BERTH THE 6r?AV/ ! FOR ONE OF T>iE FAMILY"" TMAMX AUOA HAT TIP TO 'OFFICE FEDS" Chib Seniors Lose In City Dux Loop The Club Seniors, leaders in the Men's City Bowling League, were handed a 2-1 loss by Savoy Seniors and Club Juniors were stopped, 2-1, by Savoy Juniors yesterday. The loss cuts Club Seniors' lead to seven games over Club Juniors. In other matches Harbaugh's Book Store trimmed Pepsi-Cola. 2-1, and Diamond blank Tommy's, 3-0. High scrorers were "Nebs" George, 201, Tom McGeady, 486, Club Seniors: Oscar Leasure, Savoy Seniors, 188-494; George Eversole, Diamond, 216-522; Campbell. Tommy's, 177448; Lou Bell, 188, Cecil Grimes. 460, Club Juniors; Pete Deremer, Savoy Juniors. 160-424; Vince Becker. Pepsi-Cola, 199-520; Bob Zller, 184, Fred Cimmino, 456, Harbaugh's. The standings: 'Best Club Ever? Says Coach Rupp Of Kentucky Team LEXINGTON, ' Ky. — (/P) — Kentucky, near the end of a productive basketball season, is in the • pink mechanically. Adolph Rupp, the s colorful strategist who is directing his 22nd Kentucky team, has offered this appraisal of his club that is No. 1 in the Associated Press Poll and the nation's highest scoring quintet: "From a mechanical standpoint this outfit is much better than any Burke Sets Record In Winning Texas SAN ANTONIO. Tex.— t/P)— Jack Burke Jr.. went to Houston today to show his golfing prowess to the home folks, a $2,000 check in his wallet as champion of the twenty- fifth Texas Open. Burke shot a record 260 for 72 holes in winning the storied Texas Open, dosing out with two rounds, or seven-under-par 64 yesterday ItjLE/VA'OX MARKET FIVE w. 33 Club Jrs 31 Savoy Srs. Club Srs. 30 Diamond 29 Harbaugll's 20 10 in 6 Pepsi-Coin Savoy Jrs. Tommy's L. 10 17 13 19 28 29 .792 .646 .625 .604 in exhaustible supply of s t a m i n a, spearheaded a defensive maneuver after the score reached 65-G2 which found the fast-moving Raiders was Jackie's first tournament victory since 1950 although he has been a steady money-winner. The 260 smashed the Texas Open record by four strokes and was lust one stroke over the all-time record for 72 holes, set in 1945 at SeatWc. i by Byron Nelson and equalled at Greeiibrier. W. Va, by Ben Hogan in 1950. It was a stroke under the record for a course with 71 par or better. Hogan shot '-61 in 1945 at Portland on a 72 par course. major league i — A pitcher took top Steve Brooks Quits As Calumet Rider , , , , ,, . freezing the leather for a full mm- , eonon 1 mi'- ARCADIA, Calif.- WS1 -Fab-^ e . The Spa, got three more shots i B»rfccs SB ore P^ _ ulous Calumet Farm was without a^ U« hoop, declining n foul toss j ^^ • M , ddle . contract rider today following vhejWith 16 seconds to go, but lound, Memph j s . Tenn .. who dWn - t of sieve Brooks, the basket had a cover .on It. T ls No l w , th WHIPS ST. PETE'S SS. Peter and Paul passers were handed a 48-12 loss by the Lennox Market five in a contest on the SS Peter and Paul court last week. Jimmie Moran hooped 26 points i LjuJ c Lcactie Managers for the Marketeers while Kelly had '• If. tallies for the losers. The lineups: j Mecl Wilh Dapper Dans Marketeers Stop Mar tinsburg, 65-56 Poling's Market cagers, winners of the first-half title in the City Recreation Department's Men's Class A League, defeated the Mar? tinsburg (W. Va.) Royals, 65-56, in Martinsburg yesterday. Glenn "Creeper" Wilson bombarded the nets for 20 tallies to pace Poling's in the scoring column. Myers was top man for the Royals, who are composed of ex-Martinsburg High School stars, with 15 club I ever had. Our free throw- tallies. The lineups: ing' is improving. "That was the disturbing thing tip-in i goal the first few games. Why, the other night against Mississippi State we hit 15 before we missed." The shooting statistics bear oul. Rupp. Kentucky is hitting a classy j 38.2 per cent (791 of 2,071) of its' goal attempts this season. At Kentucky each rebound or attempt is counted as attempted. The chart shows nn average of 85.78 points a game to 55.69 for' opponents, a difference of 30.09. i Kentucky has 1,309 rebounds, 374 j nssists while its opponents' figures i arc 790 and 134. The shooting j average for the opposition in 23'! games is 29.6 per cent: ruling* C F Cu'inghnm f 5 4 H'Tbompson \Volfe f .. Wilson c . Cfl?c g ... f'ryc 5 ....• R. Long s 2 0 •I'.Fenlfcr f 8 4 201 Potts o . . 7 1 ISiMyrrs % 6 0 l!iAlgcr g . .000! ' •= 000 Rockwell Totals 28 0 65i Totals G F Tr 4 o s ... 1 0 J ... S 2 12 ... 7 1 15. ...228 ..2 1 5!-' 1.2 a < ... ? 0 4 . . 25 6 56 l.cnno* Mill. O I" T'SS r. A P. E. Lennox t 0 A. Lennox f 1 Moran Monnhun tr him R- Lennox i HKIcfcr f 3'Falr f 13 n SiijKcnncy o 6 0 i:'Kclly B . 3 0 fi Znrun- z | "rlncr s Totals Little League mnnngers of last „ i;!season will meet with members of the executive board of the Cumber- r T 0 2 1 9 3 is n in n :> o 2 honors yesterday in the 13th annual! iwho has been with the .stable fiince Baseball Player's Golf Tournament at the Miami Springs Country Club. ;1849. Neither team had n good from the lloor, altfioiujll the Spas! turned in his resignation | boasted a better shooting average. | Totals .. 2.1 2 4it Score by periods: SS. PETEE AND PAUL 12 LFNNOX MARKET ... . 14 Officials - Grow Graty. Jack Russell. 46, who was a relief j- artist for the PWladclphia Phillies yesterday and it immediately was S4.320. ; Dous Ford of Harrison. N. Y.. won j fielders in 81 attempts, woond moncy of $M °° with hi£ 'Pvlcs Sols Rworrl fielders in Hi attempts i ^ por(1 shQt ^ rolmrts of fit , ; - land Dapper Dan Club Wednesday cvenins, 7:30, at t,he Knights of Columbus Home. Plans will be made 4 42jfor the 1052 season. "j The local Little League is spoils' 35 48! sorcr ' ''- v l ' ]c Capper Dans, ...is in 1933, defeated Detroit Third Base Coach Dick Bartcll, 3 and 2. in the who said the parting was "very friendly." jfor a .309 murk. The Raiders hit 23; i times in 94 shots for a .245 average. yesterday. 18-hole final round. But, the Raider made up for .,„, { ,, , f AT\C J/"fC lack-lustre shooting by oM- H ' JLLl U -* IJ * ^'•• li5 : Brook.s, who rncle .such famed ' ,„ ,,,r,rr,^ n + - «,r»mi , mnri hK hnrth in the j Calumets a.s Citation. Coaltown. Be- IhusUinf? the locals and cunirolling , TO 68-61 } ICTORY Bartell gained nis ocrtn in tne • ; H hink-hmrrK ripq'7 ma rip unit" «,i«rf,,n Kirnnctinir Pitnhm-Tnn K",-M w tch a nd Two Lea. had been under i tllc DaeKDoara.i. >.tt.u<; mane unit. windun by ousting Fitchci Lou Kict- ;i-: t fj _ t ; ficld gorlls in 33 nttempts nnrt flnisli- W ith Wayne Holly tattooin.2 Bravns To Mori MT. SAVAGE —The Mt. Savage Max Pyles, forward for the West!Braves of the Pen-Mar Baseball Gchrmann And Wilt In Farewell March 1 NEW YORK—(/P>—Don Gehrmann end tl ! Wilt have agreed to and 5 , finals. Reds' in'1922-23! r in"the Temi-i' lipcl nc hacl r ° lind a »y fault with | SPAS i his jockey. | rt-.\<;f, t ... Applications Due MT. SAVAGE — All Hot Stove Fourteen Hams Won r,s,it.-. Ml. ;u j red vvnt navu agictu 10 nmtvc IVAA. vj^v^iw*-, — ^»u *!«>> w^^.v. . I cir Madison Square Garden fare- Baseball League applications must *« Kidgeley Sliool i in the Columbian Mile on 'be returned to Thomas Lewis at Mt.j . ! Arch 1. Wilt has announced he Savage Junior High School not later Eleven pcr.sons won 14 hams in win retire from track after the j than Friday due to the fact that ^ fdKcloy Rod and Gun Club. O^pic games this summer. Uforms must bo ordered. jtrap.hoot yesterday ^^ 'and W. Charles Simpson. Cumber-! :land, all winning two apiere. i Winners of one ham were Merle |C. Houscworth. Bedford Valley, Pa.; JL. E. Crabtree. Oldtown. H v W.; 'shockey. Martinsburg. W. Va.; Edgar H. McDonald, Hcadsville, W. Va.: Paul Weaver. Everett. Pa.; Madeline Zimmerman. Kidgeley: Leon McGownn. Mirila.nci; ana Chnrlcs 'Lefty) Jordan, Cumberland. Stmlcr. with 10 points. Pence was run- basket from all ansles, the South | Knd Aces scored a 68-61 court, vlc- ,. | tory over the Oldtown Dukes yes- i-i!t«rda.v at Oldtown. Holly hooped a 21 dozen field goals and nine of ten 19 j foul chiini-e.s in amassing a total of 7; :i3 paints. Ray Crabtree collected '(jiSri points for the vanquished Dukes. •liThc lineups; Virginia School for the Deaf at i League will hold an important, mcet- Romney, set. a district scoring record; ins Wednesday. 7:30 p. m.. at the; for the season Saturday night hyiVFW Home. All members or l-.i.st hooping 41 points a-s the Silcnts year's team and others interested in defeated Sanders High School at;joining; the club are asked lo be Moorcfield, 73-43. i present. AI. r. r.i. 17 3-.1 1 in i-n fi '.1-4 23 10 1-3 n-n n-i) 25 81 12-jn 22 C.. At. I'. T.F. Art. n fcWeedll $1000 n-n fi-7 K; Sniilh Knd IHs. I Knt!rnnnn [ " McMillan t . 2\ Mil!, r c .... !fl i Mo!!y E 1.1 i Grrsr- g . ... 2n i Kvans ^ .... 0 ; Davl\ s 0 F T 'OMtnvn 5 4 !•! Oyssrr f . 6 1 n'Twits f . 1 0 - Cr:!hlrri> r 2 3 .~.l CriMt-i' s . 2 1 5 H.^.T « . o n o'wcifh --, •• 0 1 C. F T 1 UIMB I 7 S 2': 0 i: 1 r, i :t n " ; :: I'.s! Totali .. !i! IB CS' ' Score by period--: SO—fi2 SOUTH KND ACF.S ... .-,()--fi.i O!,DTO\VN DUKrS . .. 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