Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 19, 1952 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952 FIFTEEN Football Gets De-Emphasis In Ivy Circuit NEW HAVEN, Conn.—WV-Football was a de-emphasized major •Port in the Ivy League today, shorn jof its pre-sea.son and post-season popla by order of the presidents of "the eight schools involved. tfnder an agreement announced yesterday by the colleges, neither coaches nor players may participate, among other things, in post-season intersections! games. This rules students at Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Princeton, Brown, Cornell, Columbia and Pennsylvania out of the North-South and East- West- games. Nor may Yale's Herman Hickman again coach the North squad as he has for the' last two games at Miami, Pla., while Dartmouth's Tuss McLaughry, one of the coaches 01 the East team in December's Shrine game at San Francisco, can't do it •gain. Eight Points Listed Yesterday's Ivy agreement has these eight points: (1) Abolish so-called football clinics. (2) Abolish spring football practice because of the peculiar pressures on players and to avoid intensity of athletic specialization in * single sport. (3) Start fall football practice for all institutions on Thursday, Bept. 4, 1952. (4) Beginning with the fall of 1953, each institution play every other institution in the group at least once every five years. (5) Study ways of reducing the number of games scheduled.(5) Heaffirm the principle of the control of athletics by the academic authorities, to include scheduling, eligibility, the award of scholarships and student aid. Eligibility Amended (7) Amend the eligibility rule in the present agreement to Include: "Beginning in 1954 no student Khali be eligible -whose secondary school education was subsidized or whose post-college education is promised by an Individual or group of Individuals not closely related to the family as a consideration for his attending the college which he now attends." (8)' Amend the rule on postseason football contests to read: "The subscribing institutions shall not engage, in post-season football contests or any contests designed to settle sectional or other championship, and no player representing these institutions shall participate In such contests, and no coach shall undertake to coach teams ( entered for such contests." 'OCAL NEWSIES WIN AT KEYSER, 51 TO 47 Ed Mason collected 27 points as League champions have offered so the Cumberland TJmes-News bas- team took a hard-fought PICTURE-MAKING PITCHER — Cleveland Pitcher Bob Lemon (left) shows Actor Ronald Reagan how to grasp a baseball during filming of the life story of Grover Cleveland Alexander. Lemon has the job of teaching Reagan, who plays the role of the immortal pitcher, proper technique and will have a speaking part in the movie. Pep Talks And Sulking Stars Mark Spring Training Start NEW YORK—W—The Spring training season was underway today amid pep talks by managers, sulking stars who refuse to come to terms and assorted rookie prospects —both of the hot and cold variety. The almost - victorious Brooklyn*Dodgers pitched camp in Vero Beach, Fla. When the entourage arrived, it was greeted by Oil Hodges, homerun king of the team, young inflelder Rocky Bridges and Pitchers Ralph Branca, Carl Erskine and Clyde King. The New York Giants, who beat out the Brooks for the National League pennant in a playoff, got a one-day start along with the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates. The Giants arrived in Phoenix, Ariz., yesterday, and no sooner did they check in than Manager -Leo Durocher had the batterymen out drilling. But with all his men, Durocher probably is worrying more about the absent Sal Maglie than anyone. Maglie remains In his lair at Niagara Palls, N. Y., determined to get more money than the National ket-ball decision from the Mineral County •News-Tribune cagers Sunday on the Potomac State floor at Keyser. Davis and Leatherman were the losers' best with 15 and 14 points, respectively. The lineups: Cumb. Tlmts-Ncwn G F Pts R. Stanley, t , ........ . 1 1-4 3 E.Adams, t ............ 3 0-0 8 W. Adams, r ............ 1 0-0 3 JUdy, I ................ 0 0-1 0 D. Mason, Q ...... - ..... 3 3-6 fl Mill*, g ................ 1 2-3 < E. Mason, B .... ........ 12 3-5 37 Totals ............. 21 Mln. Co. Ncwi-Trlb. Cl M. Ryan, t ............ 1 O. Ryan, f .............. 5 Davlft c ................ 7 Alvuro, It ...... ........ 0 Leatherman, g .......... & Rice, g ................ 2 .Totals ............ 20 Score by quarters: TIMES-NEWS .............. H NEWS-TRIBUNE ........... 10 Officials: Mail »nrt Mcllww. far. President Horace Stoneham apparently is just at determined as his 23-game winner to stand pat. Rookie Manager Eddie Stanky sent his Cardinals through a limbering up period after talking to the assembled athletes for 20 minutes. Stanky, too, has his holdout problems. Gerry Staley, a 19-game winner last year, and Del Rice, • the first-string catcher, are squabbling Frostburg Church Playoffs To Open Monday Evening The playoffs r to decide the championship of the Frostburg Chunh Basketball League will open next Monday evening on the Beall High floor, according to arrangements made at a'-meeting last night. In the opener at 7:30 p. m., first- place Frostburg Methodist will tangle with Congregational. English Baptist meets St. Paul's in the nightcap about an hour later. The finals will be played Thursday of next week at 8:30. The two semifinal losers will clash at 7:30 in a consolation battle. Congregational, which finished in a tie for second place with English Baptist was dropped to third because it lost a'33-31 decision to the Baptists on January 5. Jake Carrington and Cliff Fearer will officiate in the 7:30 game and Don Rice and Cliff Fearer will work the second tilt. Harry Lennox will be official timer and Enordo "Moose" Arnone official scorer. rookie skipper. He took over in the middle of last season. about more cash, and did not show "We're going to run, throw and run some more," he said. "We want up. 9-18 K 2-5 0-1 1-5 •0-0 4-10 0-1 7-53 18 3 34 3 Pt« 4 in 15 47 TODAY A YEAR AGO—Joe Micell out- pointed Lightweight Champion Ike Wll- llums In 1 ten-round Philadelphia. non-title bout at In San Bernardino, Calif., spring; the club to be in tip-top physical home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.; shape before the start of the sea- General Manager Branch Rickeyjson." greeted a flock of rookies, and promptly told them he was looking more toward 1953 than this year for success of his team. He gave them a fatherly talk" on conditioning and being oareful notj to catch colds. The hapless Chicago Cubs, doormats of the National League in '51, were greeted by Manager Phil Celtics Tighten Hold On Second "The '.By The Associated Prats) Boston Celtics, in reaching the century mark for the 14th time this season, have tightened their shaky hold on second place in the Cavarctta, who, in a way, also is a. Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association. The high-scoring Celtics routed the Milwaukee Hawks. 106-84, last night at Hammond. Ind., in the only league game played. The victory put Boston one and one-half games ahead of the third-place New York Khicks and four and one-half games behind the pacesetting Syracuse Nats. Bob Cousy. connecting on 14 of 30 field goal attempts, topped the Boston attack with 31 points. The Celts outscored the Hawks in every period land led at half time, 52-38. CHEVROLET Duquesne Goes To Third Place In Basket Poll NEW YORK — C/P) — Kentucky's high-geared basketball team today ranked as the best collegiate outfit in the nation for the fifth straight week. Baron Adolph Rupp's Southeastern Conference powerhouse drew 36 first-place votes and 885 points in the weekly Associated Press poll to remain ahead of Kansas State. Kentucky, already crowned SEC champions, is riding the crest of a 16-game winning streak and boasts an overall record of 22-2. The aces from the Blue Grass country have only one tough game remaining on their regular season schedule, a date with DePaul at the Chicago Stadium February 23. Kansas State drew 16 first-place votes and 754 points from the 104 sports writers and sportscasters who participated in the coast-to-coast canvass. Rounding out the top ten are: Duquesne, Iowa, Illinois, Washington, Kansas, St. John's, St. Louis and fit. Bonaventure. Duquesne, only major unbeaten team in the land, collected only four first-place ballots but accumulated enough second and third place nominations to beat Iowa for third place. The Iron Dukes made it 18 straight last night by downing Cincinnati, 76-64. Top ten (first place votes in parentheses): Teams—Won & Lost Records Points I.Kentucky (36) 22-2 835 2. Kansas State (16) 16-3 154 3. Duquesne (4) J8-C 604 4. Iowa (7) 17-1 532 5. Illinois (1) 16-2 473 6. Washington (8) 21-3 384 7. Kansas 17-2 310 8. St. John's 18-2 297 9. St. Louis (1) 18-5 249 10. St. Bonaventure (4) 17-2 193 SECOND TEN 11. Dayton (7i mi 12. West Virginia (7) ..' 127 13. Penn State (1) 91 14. Scton Hall 85 15. Louisville 74 16. Seattle 73 17. Holy Cross (4) 58 18. Siena (1) 56 19. Wyoming 50 20. LaSalle (1) 45 Also rans: Western Kentucky (3), Oklahoma City, DePaul, Southewesi Texas (2), Indiana. 0uke, Texas Christian, Minnesota, UCLA Notre Dame, Whitworth. West Virginia Tech, .East Illinois State, Southern California, North Carolina State, Vlllanova, Clemson, Bradley and Miami of Ohio. LITTLE SPORT By Rouson Big Vein Wins In Extra Frame Big Vein Hill is still undefeated in the Lonaconing Recreation Basketball League, but it took an overtime battle for the pacesetters to nab their seventh victory Sunday at Central High when they turned back Scotch Hill by a 40-36 count. Jim Wilson and Jim Lupis scored the winning goals in the extra heat to break a regulatoin game 36-all tie. Bill Richmond collected 20 points for the winners, while Bob Mundeno and Paul Moses had 14 and 12 for Scotch Hill. In other engagements Church Hill beat Screens Hill 34 to 27 and Buck Hill -handed Castle Hill its seventh straight loss, 57 to 19. Cecil Nines scored ten points for Screens and Jack Crable 14 for Church Hill. Randall Brown and Ronnie Shaw had 20 and 21 respectively for Buck Hill. Snead, Betty MacKinnon Favored In Mixed Golf ORLANDO, Pla.—W-—Sam Snead and Betty. MacKinnon are the favored pair in the llth annual international mixed two-ball golf tournament opening here today. More than 100 teams will play 18 holes over the 6,454-yard Dubsdread Country Club in the qualifying round. After today, teams will be paired in match play. Leaders Score In Rifle League WESTERN MARYLAND LEAGUE Standing Of The Clubs W. L. Port Hill 11 1 Cumberland 10 2 Mountain Top No. 1 .. 9 3 Frostburg 5 7 Mountain Top No. 2 .. 4 8 LaValc 3 9 Avilton 0 12 Pet. .917 .833 .750 .417 .333 .250 .'000 Fort Hill and Cumberland continued their neck-and-neck race in ;he Western Maryland Rifle League by scoring victories Sunday. The pacing Fort Hill team turned back LaVaie, 1,135 to 1,128. on the LaVale range, while Cumberland easily defeated Mountain Top No. 2 n a postal match. The Queen City shooters marked up 1,113 points in firing at Bowman's Addition, while the Mountaineers showed a 1,055 markup at Crellin. Norman White paced Fort Hill's attack with 290. Bill Whitson had 284 for LaVale, Paul Nycum hit 281 for Cumberland and Rex Wiles had 269 for Mountain Top. Mountain Top No. 1 drew a walk agamst Avilton and scored 1,128 to 482. Wilson White's 290 paced the Mountain Top marksmen. Prostburg was unscheduled. The last round in the three-part series will start with Match No. 15 to be fired next Sunday at Bowman's Addition and Grantsville. Fights Last Night (By The Associated PreM) LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Rocky Grailano, 165. New York, stopped Eddie O'Neill, 162'.j, Milwaukee (4), CHICAGO—Chick Davey, 149, Detroit. outpointed Johnny Brown. 150, Chlcngo PROVIDENCE. R. I.—George Araujo, 137. Providence, outpointed Orlando Zu- lucta. I34 : '». Cuba (!0>. BALTIMORE—Carl Coales. 143, Baltimore, knocked, out Don Braun, l45 J .ii, Baltimore ("i. RICHMOND. V.I.—Rol.ind Nilbors. 144?«. Hartford, Conn., knocked out Richard iDoo Watklns. 140. Pittsburgh Hi; Alfredo LaGrutto. 142'i. Milan. Italy, out. pointed Basil Marie, 136. Philadelphia iSi. TWENTY YEARS AGO—Haakan Pedersen of Norway won the 500-meter world's skating championship nt Lake Placid. Y. Tow fenders are wrinkled? What a pity. Q&r body experts can make them pretty! W«Vt «peck*iH ol rwKxfcig yoor car'i i)«w look ta o hurry—ond youll tfco flw took of rh« Ml, too. Drirs In for conipl««* ertrio beovty tervlce. hewfoHy gWen. «r WeU iron out the wrinkles, when we're through You'll see a smooth body... all shiny and new! EILER Uncle Willie CIGARS Definitely The Best You Ever Bought For Distributor Edward F. Eirich, 122 W. Howard St., Hageritawn Tapping (Continued from Page 14) ped a 45-40 decision to Altoona Catholic . . . Peanuts Lowery of the CardinaJs and Hank Sauer of the Cubs picked up some extra shekels early this month, working as extras in gangster, roles in Paramount's "The Military Policeman," a boxing film starring Bob Hope and Mickey Booney and featuring Jack Dempsey as a referee . . . The scrawney Lowery and the brawny Sauer. who figured in a 1949 trade between the fleas and Cubs, presented a Mutt and Jeff gangster combination . . Amused by Yale Coach Herman Hickman's drolleries about Catholic football players, Cardinal Spellman, guest at the New York sportscasters dinner, suggested to Herbert Bayard Swope, toastmaster: "Ask the young man if he kn'ows any Protestant stories." Camper Five (Continued from Page 14) Neil is second to Kidgeley's Ronnie Abe in game-point average with the Blackhawks tally-making artist showing a 18.9 mark to Leary's 18.5. Rounding out the other area games are Hancock at Paw Paw, Bayard at Davis, Tygarts Valley at Thomas, Parsons at Beverly, Berlin (Pa.) at Hyndman, James Wood (Winchester, Va.) at Capon Bridge, Friendsville at Grantsville, Aurora at Oakland and West Virginia School for the Deaf of Romney at St. Joseph's of Martinsburg. Rubber Workers, Wilson's Climb In Rec Floor League Poling's Marketeers scored their first victory of the second half in the Class A division of the City Recreation Basketball League by turning back Kelly-Springfield in a hard-fought 43-7 battle last night on the Fort Hill court. Rich Cunningham and "Creeper"'* — Wilson each potted ten points for the Market team, while Ken Burt was the Kelly's best with 15 tallies. Local 26 Rubber Workers climbed to within a half-game of pacing DeMolay in the National Division of the High School circuit by whipping Mid-City Electric, 31 to 23. Wilson's Hardware moved to within a half-game of the Moose and Yoder's Plumbers, deadlocked leaders in the American Division, by virtue of a 38-25 conquest of Miller's Sunoco. Bobby Arnone led the Rubber Workers with 11 points, Wilson was high for Mid-City with eight, Joe Hager hooped 14 for Wilson's Hardware and Robinson gathered for Sunoco. The lineups: ten CLASS "A" MEN Pollng's Mk. G F T| Kelly G Cun'nghnm £ 5 0 10 Corbin f... 4 Wolfe i 0 0 OMcKcnzi<tf 4 Reuschcl c.. 3 0 6 Burt c..... 7 Cafe g 4 0 8 Ingram g.. I Null g 4 1 3 Bopp g 1 Wilson f 3 4 10 Totals 19 5 43| Totals 17 337 Score by periods: POLING'S MARKET 10 22 33 43 KELLY 11 21 27 Officials—Mangus and Brown. HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN F T 1 9 1 9 1 15 0 2 0 2 37 Miller's Sun. G Diehl f 3 Robinson f.. 4 Godwin c... 1 D.ZUer g.... 1 Devault g... 0 Baker f 0 F T|Wilson's Hd. G F T 1 1|Hager f 5 4 14 2 lOJWiddows I... 4 1 9 0 2|George c 4 0 8 2 4!Long g 1 0. 2 1 l!R.Lcase g.... 2 1 5 1 1 Totals 9 7 25 Totals Score by periods: MILLER'S SUNOCO 6 13 WILSON'S HARDWARE n 19 Officials—Brown and Corrigan. 6 38 8 25 G 38 Local 21! Young f. Hitter f. Hook c.. Long g.. Arnone g McKenzle HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL F T|Mld-CHy El. G 1 l|Wllson f 3 0 4|Moore f 1 7Millcr c..... 0 4 Kerr g.. 1 HJMullenajc g. 2 4| 2 3 1 1 4 0 0 0 2 Totals ....13 5 31| Totals Score by periods: LOCAL 26 8 12 21 31 MID-CITY ELECTRIC 5 14 19 23 Officials—Hull and Manges. Carver-Howard Game Moved Up The basketball game scheduled for Saturday at SS. Peter and Paul gym between Carver and Howard High of Piedmont has been moved up to Friday night, Carver Principal Earle Bracey announced today. The contest will be played, Mr. Bracey said, at the State Armory, beginning at 8 o'clock. A preliminary between the girls' teams of the ,wo schools is slated for 7 p. m. A "homecoming" dance will follow the games. Interstate M.ay Operate In 1952 With Four Clubs A five-man committee, made up of Ployd "Pete" Elliott, Al Martin, John Seymour, Prank Kite and Don Har- clergde, was appointed by Intel-state Baseball League President Prank J. Davis to investigate the possibility of getting several more teams into the circuit. Davis selected the committee at a meeting of the wheel last night at the Loyal Order of Moose Home when the Cumberland Black Sox wthdrew and the Hyndman VFW gave Indication t may also pull out. The committee will report its findings at the next meeting of the league Monday, March 3, 8 p. m., at the Moose Home. Manager John Dorsey of the Black Sox said financial difficulties and the drain on manpower by the armed forces caused hm to make the decision to leave the league. Don Harclerode, representing th Hyndman VFW, said his sponsors had voted to join the Bedford County League. Final organizational meeting of the Bedford loop will be held Sunday and Hyndman will remain in the Interstate League only if its bid is turned down by the Pennsylvania crcuit. Teams returning to the Interstat? fold are the Cumberland Moose, las( year's pennant winners, Moorefield Legion, winner of the Shaughnessy playoffs, Romney and Centreville. Several by-laws changes were voted and a recommendation to hike Basketball Scores (Bit The Associated Prcu) EAST Duquesne IB Cincinnati < Scion Hall I'S Oklahoma Cdy .... SOUTH Duke 5(1 Maryland Wake Forest 67 South Carolina .. William & Mary .81! Virginia Tech .... Davidson 78 North Carolina, .. American V '1 Quantfco Marine* Howard 60 Virginia State ... David Lipjcomb ..74 Chattanooga 51 .71 .lit .M .63 Illlnoij ... Iowa Pittsburgh Bradley ... Purdue ... Toledo Heidelberg MIDWEST ...77 Indiana ...7.1 Ohio Stall) . ...62 Notre Dame , .. .74 Houston . •. .. .72 Northwestern ...63 Wayne .. .71 Akron ....... ,70 .82 .60 .47 .85 .61 the league secretary-treasurer's salary from $100 to $125 was approved. Representing the Tri-State Umpires Association at the confab were President Kenneth Grimes, Ed Martin, Cecil Warnick and Joe Wagner. James M. Collins BALTIMORE, Md.—Service station owner compared Calvert Reserv^with his former whiskey in 60-second taste test. Heswitched to Calvertfor smooth, mellow taste that's always uniform. • ! CALVERT RESERVE Blended Whiskey 1 —86.8 Proof-65% Grain Neutral Spirits. I Calvert'Distillers Corp., New York City Bob Feller of the Indians and Dick Starr of the Senators pitched the most home run balls during the '51 season in the American League. Both allowed 22 homers. 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