Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 28, 1952 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker East Side., Paling's, Tri-State Rack Up Rec League Cage Wins East Side Confectionery took over first place in the- City Recreation Department's Men's Class B Basketball League 'last night by dumping 4050 Cabbies, 29-26, on the Fort ;Hill court. • East Side now ha; won three now '. games without a setback. The loss was the first in three tilts lor the Cabbies., Price tallied 13 points for the winners while Morrissey had an even dozen markers for 4050.(171 f^ In a Mens Class A contest,) JCjllJ.iff "Poling's Market five went into a tie for the top spot- with Lapp's Plumbers by swamping West Oldtown Road Merchants, 86-36, Both Poling's and Lapp's have won two "and lost none. ^•••Cunningham collected 15 markers 'for Poling's while Wright's nine tallies paced the losers. . Tri-State Cleaners won their sixth game in 11 starts in the American ; Division of the High School League •by tripping Williams' Grocery, 25-21. 'Barb took scoring honors by caging -ten points for the losers. Dolan •had seven tallies for Tri-State. The lineups: MEN'S CLASS A 'Super Sanity* Code Lacking •1-ollnirs Mkt. G F T|W. O. Ed. M. G F T •Cun'ngham 163 15|FogIe f Wilson g *toulton c =eagc g ... Mull g .... Wolfs s .. lions s ... 'Tryc s .... 3 11 2 10 Beck, D. DeHaven e 4 0 13|Wrlght g 4 0 01 G. DeHaven » 3 0 niSensabRUgh s 2 0 0 0 6 Total!! ...23 8 66| Total* 17 ' Non-scoring imbs — Reuachel. ^Score by periods: '•JSOLING'S MARKET 22 34 52 WEST OLDTOWN R0. M... 10 17 32 '* Officials — Mangus and Dolan. 3 26 £ MEN'S CLASS B ,JE. Sidft Conf. G F T|Jl)5<! Cahj iWalker f ... ;ott t ....... ^rlce g . Jfanb g 1 ll!?dorrissey f 0 4|Day f 1 IJHook c 3 13!D. Baclllo s 0 OiO. Basllio g [F. Cialll s . G F T 601: 0 4 0 1 1 0 .12 f Totals ...12 529) Totals 12226 «, Score by periods: , JCAST SIDE CONP 1 18 27 4050 CABS 3 13 21 26 » Officials — Bartles and Dolan. * o HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN Wlllams Gro. OFT Trl-StsU CI. G F T -Barb 1 5 Morgan t .. 1 Paulus c ... 0 , M.' Brown g 1 TnkclEvltz g 3 0 10 Brown i , 0 . 2 Shipley f 0 0 Meeks c , 0 2 Beard g . 1 7IEckard g . x .. Totals ...10 1 21| Totals Score by periods: WILLIAMS GROCERY 4 TRI-STATE CLEANERS ... 2 Officials — Ott and Hartman. 892 10 Yogi Berra of the Yankees and Jim Hegan of the Indians were th : only American League catchers wh .played in 100 or more games during toe 1951 season. Steve Sebo, new backfield coacl at Michigan State College, was a "Spartan athletic here in the '30s. H starred in football and baseball. IN DAYS "The African Queen" ARRIVES! By HUGH FULLERTON Jr. NEW YORK— (IP) —Just as long as a college athlete receives as good an education as other students, and the heads of the institutions keep :ontrol of athletic policies, the rs- ional academic accrediting agencies >robably won't be top deeply con- ieraed with the other provisions of he athletic code recommended by ;he American Council on Education. Definite indication that; the agencies are more concerned with academic values than policing ath- etic programs came today in a re- »rt of last week's meeting between representatives of two of the agencies and the executive council of the Eastern College Athletic Conference. Representatives of the New Eng,and and Middle States Associations of Colleges and Secondary Schools indicated strongly that they did not consider it practicable, for them to become enforcement agencies. They added they "are not prepared to dictate specific points in intercol- egiate athletic policy, like the dates of basketball practice, spring football practice or bowl games." Similar indications have cpme from the Southern and North Cental Associations and. it is understood that the Western Association will not consider the matter of enforcement until the ACE report has been received and discussed. The ACE program, drawn up by a special committee on athletic policy, has been accepted and unanimously approved by the council's executive committee. Despite statements that it is "in effect now" still must be presented to the ACE membership at a May meeting. Enforcement of the code was virtually tossed into the laps of thi accrediting agencies by the ACE which admittedly has no enforce ment powers. Committee 'member said they were confident that viola tion of its provision would be con sidered "bad academic practices which would bring punishment from the accrediting agencies. The agencies haven't exactly de clined with thanks, but most o them have indicated that they don relish the policeman's role and tha they don't have the machinery t assume it. Dr. Guy Wells, president of th Southern Association of College and Secondary Schools, pointed ou that his group had no enforcemen machinery set up. "We Will have to discuss the code anyway, and decide what to d about it," he added. "There's no thing we can do about it until w meet next December 1 at Memphis. ACCIDENT DOWNS BAYARD HI, 48-44 BAYARD, W. Va.—Accident Kig defeated Bayard's cagers here yes terday, 48-44, Ferguson paced th winners with 13 tallies while Gaith er had 14 points for the loser FIVE YEARS AQO Ous Lcsncvic retained his llght-hcavywclRht title knocking; out Billy Tax in the tenth roun or thc.lr bout at Madison Square Garde Johnson Glad Yanks Shipped Him To Cards MEET THE CHAMPS—Veteran Jockey Johnny Longden, left, voted the outstanding jockey of 1951 by turf writers and'handl- cappers, is congratulated by two winners of previous years, Gordon Glisson, center, 1949, and Willie Shoemaker, 1950, at Arcadia, Calif. A bronze statue of the late George watches over the session. BILLY JOHKSON Elartman Leads [n Goal Average Latest figures from the West Vir- ;inia Intercollegiate Basketball Con- erence show that Carl Hartman, ormer Ridgeley High School cage ace, now playing for Alderson Broaddus, is tops in field goal percentage with a .471 average. , Taking up where he left off in ; his high school playing days, Carl has countered 176 two-pointers in 373 shots in 24 tilts for the Battlers. He • is also sixth in total points with 418, seventfti in foul shooting with an average of .733 and ninth jer-game average with a 17.4 mark. Don Maphis, ex-Romney High basketeer, now playing with Shepherd. College, holds down fourth place in foul shooting with an average of .750. OAKLAND DOWNS BRUCE HI, 66-57 WESTERNPORT — Denver Sisler netted 32 point* here last night as Oakland High's cagers stopped Bruce, 66-57. Bobby Wilson racked up 11 tallies for Bruce Oakland broke an 18-18 first- quarter deadlock to assure a 33-26 intermision lead and was never headed. Bruce's Jayvees copped the preliminary, 30-27. The lineups: Oakland G F PF Pl». Orcndorf, f 3 Slsler, t 13 Collins, K 3 Darben, c 7 Taskor, g 2 ST. PETERSBURG, Ha. — W) — Imagine*a ball player calling himself a lucky guy because he was cast off by the mighty New York Yankees, champions of the basebcOl world. Sounds fantastic, doesn't it? Well, listen to the way Billy Johnson explains it. "I never though there was another organization that could touch the Yankees," said Johnson when asked how it felt to be playing with a team other than New York. "I'm shipped to St. Louis and I discover that the Cardinals' organization is every bit as good as the Yankees. They run their farm system the same way, they are just as liberal, and in fact they treat their players even better. There is a closer " association between the front 1 office and the player on the Cards. "For instance, with the Yankees I was lucky if George Weiss (general manager) ever said 'hello' to me. On this club, Mr. Saigh (Fred Saigh, Cardinal president) comes over to-me and asks me, 'How do you 'feel, Bill, how is the family? It makes you feel good to have your boss' treat you like an equal. 'You knoW, I expected to -have a litle difficulty with my contract this year. Mr. Saigh, I've heard rumored is a tough man to deal with. Bui I was pleasantly surprised. I had no trouble at all: As a matter of fact I am very happy with rny contract It is one of the best I ever had. "When the Yanks sold me to St Louis it turned out to be the bigges break I ever got." After 1949 . when Casey Stengel took over as manager of the Yankees Billy shared third base duties with Bobby Brown, but now Johnson says: . "The day I reported to St. Louis I was told I was the regular third baseman. Don't think that doesn't mean a lot to a player," Johnson joined the Cards in mid- May. Although his batting average was only .262 for 124 games he proved one of the best clutch hitters to. the league. He batted in 64 runs, smashed 14 home runs and led all third sackers in fielding. Although 33 and in his tenth year in the majors, Johnson believes he can play fc* several more years, now that he has become accustomed to National League pitching. Clyde Lovellette Regains College Cage Scoring Lead NEW YORK— (ff>) —Six times in the past nine years, an eastern player has captured the national major college basketball scoring championship. But not this time. If Clyde Lovellette, Kansas' mighty perfectionist, doesn't make it, any one of four southern*players could come through. Among the easterners. Larry Hennessey of Villanova barely makes the top ten.j according to figures released today by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. Lovellette, for the tenth time in 11 weeks, is ahead of the field, but not by much. His average is 26.2, followed closely by Bobby Pettit, Louisiana State's sophomore star, with 25.5—less than a point in the averages. Then, in order, come Chuck Darl- :ng of Iowa with 25.2, Dick Groat of Duke with 25.1, Mark Workman of West Virginia with 24.8. and Frank Selvy of Furman with 24.5. The ten leading scorers: 1. Lovellette Kansas 2. Pettit, L. S. TJ. .. 3. Darling, Iowa ../ 4. Groat, Duka 5. Workman, W. Vs. S. Selvy, Furman .. 1. Retherford, B.-W. t. Hemrlc, W. Forest 9. Handlan. W. & Lee 206 136 538 21.5 10. Hennessey, ViTnova 199 86 «* 21.5 The Haystack Mountain Sportsman's Club will hold a match Sunday in the rear of May- fairTavern, Winchester Road, starting at 1 Match Sunday Lowest Liquor Prices! Delivery . . . Tel. 5281 MARTIN'S LIQUOR STORE 15 Baltimore St. at Western Maryland Crossing 0-0 8-« 2-3 2-5 0-1 TotalB ....38 10-17 14 Bruce G f Haywoori. f 1 0-0 Schemciser, f 2 0-0 Lutman. c 1 l-l Ambrose, g 4 1-1 Ferguson, g 1 *-* Wilson * '•* Wofslnger 2 2-3 Cavr 3 1-1 Berry 3 3-5 Biggs 3 2-3 66 PK rts, 0 2 n 4 3 3 1 n n : 3 11 5, 6 0 5 3 n 0 6 Totals « 11-16 15 Score by Periods: OAKLA.VD IS 33 50 66 BRUCE 18 26 42 87 Officials—Plchl and J. R_nhy. HI-DEE SCORES SWEEP IN LADIES' CIRCUIT The Sport Shoppe girls won by forfeit over Moore Motors, Hi-Dee Club took three games from Rainbow and Viaduct Inn won two of three from Eoxy in latest action in the National Division of the Ladies Commercial League. Elsie McKce of Rainbow was the evening's top performer with a 183 game and 485 set. Other high scorers were Alverna Loibel, 159-449, Hi-Dee; Louise Jones, 154-359, Viaduct Inn; Esther Mason, 136-358, Roxy; Helen Winebrenner, 189-438, Sport Shbppe, 'and Marie Frankfort, 128-288, Moore Motors. 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