Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 29, 1952 · Page 17
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 29 f 1952 SEVENTEEN Wardensville, Parsons 'B' Tourneys Open Tonight Apparently, the days of Western Maryland's overwhelming superiority in the state high school basketball setup are over. It used to be that winning the Western Maryland title was tantamount to the state championship, the game with the Eastern Shore victor being more or less * formality. However, the quality of play on the '6ho began to improve several years ago and 1952 may find the championship going to that sector of the state for the flrst time since the tournament for schools in the] cvc ""' s counties was inaugurated back in! Semi-finals of three .other sec- 1927, jtional rounds will also be on to- In addition, the Eastern Shore nlght>s slate - At Moorefield in Section 15, Moorefield plays Franklin at 7:15 and Petersburg* opposes Circleville for a place in the consolation finals. Mathias drew a bye and meets the -Moorefield-Franklin winner for the title tomorrow, In the openers last night, the Yellowjackets dumped Petersburg 59-51, and Mathias stopped Circle- Semi-Finals Set In Three Other Events Moorefield Scores In Section 15; Piedmont Winner In Section 16 Two more West Virginia Class B sectional tourneys get underway tonight with WardensvilJe being host to Section 14 rounds and Parsons staging the Section 12 tournament. Berkeley Springs will play Capon Bridge and Paw Paw faces Wardensville in the Section 14 arrangement. The Parsons tourney, which opens at 7:15. pits Bayard against Thomas In the opener and Davis against Kasson at 8:15. Finals in both events will be played tomorrow players are of the same age. It used to be that in. some parts of the state, « year of junior high was skipped and a boy got only 11 years of schooling, but the system has been unified throughout Maryland, making the limit 12 years. Wicomico High from Salisbury Just missed transferring the title last year when it dropped a 28- pulse-tingler to Hagerstown In the finals of Class A at College Park. These same two teams arc very much in the picture again this year, although Allegany looms as a distinct threat to Hagerstown in the Western Maryland playoff!. If Mel Barr, Mooref ield's doubls-scoi ing punch, hooped 44 of the winners' tallies while Arnold Michael had 17 of Petersburg's totals. John Dove with 15. points paced Mathias while Hinkle pushed In 11 markers for Circleville. ' Henry's Hubs get by Frederick next! At Keyser, Piedmont, which dis- Friday night, they will have to P°sed of Ridgeley, 39-34, last night tangle with Alco the following Friday (March 14) at Frederick. Wicomico, meanwhile, appears to have the "A" crown sewed up on the Eastern Shore, needing a victory over Cambridge to turn the trick. . Prom our friend, Ed Nichols, sports editor of The Salisbury Times, comes the news that Wicomico is undefeated in 1952. Coached- by Sam Seldel, the Wicomico cagers have won 14 straight and have a season's record of 15 victories and two setbacks. They lost their first game in mid- December to Ocean City In a 45-44 upset, but later avenged the setback by a 50-37 count. The other loss came two days before Christmas at the hands of Southern High of Baltimore. This also was a thriller, the final score showing 43 to 41. "Bobby" Cavanaugh sounded the warning for Western Maryland teams several years ago when his Fort Hill quint Invaded the Eastern Shore and knocked over Wicnmlco by a. rather convincing score. in the first rounds of Section 16 play, tackles 7ort Ashby, 53-40 winners over Romney High in the only contest billed tonight. Elk Garden, victors over Romney Deaf, 48-33, in the other tilt played last night, drew a bye and meets the Piedmont-Fort Ashby winner in the finals tomorrow. Max Pyles, Eomney Deaf forward, carried away scoring honors in last night's games tallying 26 points. Lancaster had 18 tallies for Elk Garden. Ronnie Abe accounted for 15 markers for Ridgeley in the losing cause against Piedmont. Jim Bell had 12 points for the winners. Shrivcr and Liller shared • point- making laurels in the Fort Ashby- Romney High tussle. In the Martinsburg Section 13 lourney, finals will be played tonight with Charles Town tangling with Shepherdstown. In the semifinals last night, Charles Town dumped Hedgesville, 35-33, and Shepherdstown Ferry. 44-43. Lineups from last night at Moorefield and Keyser: "The calibre of basketball on the H Shore Is much better, regardless of what our scorebook shows," Cavanaugh declared. "The boys nave shown a definite improvement In their shooting and ball handling and they seem to have a better knowledge of fundamentals." In 1950, "Bill" Bowers' Allegany j basket.ecrs copped the title, but. had! a sqcaker in the fuwls. That! brought the following sage remark I from the sly Mr. Bowers: j i "The basketball picnic for I Western Maryland schools is over." And it looks like Messrs. Cavanaugh and Bowers are correct. MooreNrld Hott ( . .. awte f . Korn e Burr g . Wilson s Fctrrs s AT MOOKEFIELtl O 3 1 0 10 2 0 r 3-4 o-n 5-B .1-3 Kiner And Williams Head Impressive Holdout List NEW YORK —- (/P) — Ted Williams and Ralph Kiner head a small but impressive list of major league baseball stars who have not signed their 1952 contracts. An Associated Press survey today revealed that 29 players—17 in the American League*" and 12 in the National—have not come to terms. The majority will be classified as "holdouts" if 'they fail to sign by Saturday, the official start of spring training. Five National League clubs, the Champion New York Giants, the St.' Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati JReds, Chicago Cubs and Brooklyn Dodgers, have all of their players in the fold. Only the Chicago White Sox in the American ran make the same boast. Reports To Marines May 2 Williams, one of four Red Sox dickering for terms, is scheduled to appear at'the Sox' Sarasota base Saturday for a conference with General Manager Joe croniu. The high-salaried slugger is due to report to the Marines May 2 and ers and the Washington Senators one. Infielder Jerry Priddy and Pitcher Hal Newhouser haven't agreed to Tiger terms. The two Brownies still out are Infielders Bill Jennings and Pitcher John Hetki. Outfielder Gil Coan is Washington's only displeased athlete. H« drew $14,000 last year and want* more of a raise than offered. Cleveland's abstainers are Infielders Bob Avlla and George Stirn» weiss. Veteran Catcher Walker Ccoper and Third Baseman Bob Elliott are dissatisfied over terms oSered by the Boston Braves. The Philadelphia Phillies have four unsigned players. They Include three-fourths of the regular infield -Shortstop Gran Hamner, Third is seeking a special contract to cover j Baseman Willie Jones, and Second the period until he returns to. ser-1 Baseman Connie Ryan. Relief vice. Infielders Billy Goodman, Johnny Pesky and Pitcher Mel Parnell are the other recalcitrant Red Sox. Pitcher Jim Konstanty is the other unsigned Phil. SALLY'S SHOOTERS WIN FROSTBURG TITLE — Here's that hustling English Baptist basketball team that captured the championship of the Frostburg Church League by defeating'• Frostburg Methodists, 66 to 41, last night in the finals at Beall High School. Sally Stewart, a senior at Beall, coaches the champs. Crouching in the front row (left to right) are Ralph Knierlem and Jimmy Smith. Second row—Ronald Rice, Dick Hawkins, Coach Sally, Lee McKenzie arid Francis Carroll. Back row—Robert Petenbrink, Norman Geary and Charles Smith. Several players were absent last night due to illness. Keyser Upset In 'A' Opener By Bulldogs KEYSER. W. Va. — The Martinsburg High Bulldogs took a one-game English Baptist Wins,) 66-41, To Capture Frostburg Title An expected close game failed to materialize in the finals of the Frostburg Church Basketball League and English Baptist walked away with the 1952 championship fead "over" Keyser in the best-of-lby virtue of an easy 66-41 victory over Frostburg Methodist before a turnout of more than 400 fans last night at the Beall High three series for Class A sectional honors by upsetting the Golden Tornado, 60-57, here last night. Keyser. defending champion, started out with a bang and was on the long end of a, 18-16 first-quarter lead. The invaders hit for 18 tallies in the second period while Keyser was hooping 13 as Martinsburg left the floor at intermission with a nipped Harper's 34 . 31 j ead _ Neil Lca.ry. high-acoring Keyser tournament play center, kepi, his mates in the contest in the last quarter by racking up all 13 lead was .too much to overcome. | taking shape with Miss Stewart's s! Keyser, although out-scored 26-211 rs Casting a handsome 54-29 2 1 from the field, made a. contest of it The team coached by Sally Stewart. Beall High senior, packed too many guns for the Methodist crew, jumping away to a 17-6 lead in the first quarter and rolling in high- gear the rest of the way. The Baptists were on the 4 long end of a 32-19 count at halftime and the losers, who were outscored 30 to 15 from the floor, .never came Plumbers Win Third In Row Barton Favored Over LaSalle Cagers Tonight LaSalle High's Explorers will seek revenge for one of their nine basketball setbacks tonight, when they meet the Barton Braves on the latters' floor, starting at 8 o'clock. Barton, however, will be favored to sweep the series, having turned back LaSalle by a 45-37 count on the Explorers' court. LaSalle has a 14-9 record, while Barton has won •five and lost. 11. Lonaconing Central (10-3) in- Lapp's Plumbers won thei- thirdlvades Hyndman t5-14>. Oakland straight game in the City Recreation Men's Class A Basketball the last quarter by racKing up nil Jose to maklng lt Cresting. The, "•/.';" ""T.T of their tallies, but Martinsburg's j cnd Q{ Ule thircl period saw a rout j«ged Jen potato. League yesterday by whipping:entertains Parkorsburiz'(record un- Kelly-Springfield, 46-29, on the |available) in other games tonight. Fort Hill court. Twigg. for the win-! — ners. and McKenzie. for Kelly, each ColLee K(lskelO((U hitting for 15 of 21 charity 31,, S31 by •* i tosses, with Leary potting 12 straight. - —~.L „! | before missing on his thirteenth try. Totals 24 ii-ij ss!with his nine two-pointers and 12 | fouls. Neil copped scoring honors with 30 tallies. Netoskic was hign for Mavtinsburg with 16 markers. Martinsburg will be host to Keyser Noii->corlng subs — weathcrholtz. F 1-1 In the High School- American I _ Division, Wilson's Hardware slop- j" ped West Side. 45-22, with George notching 13 points. The Independents downed Mid-City Electric. 43-34, in the National Division asj Harrison hit for 11 i lineups: points. The I «• 1-1 11 i? fi Si advantage. Jim Smith and Richard Hawkins sparked the winners with 21 and 20 points. Bond headed the losers with 16 markers. Jim and Charley Smith and Lee •McKenzie of English Baptist foul-; independents' G"F"T'.Mid-city EICC"._G_F T ed out in the final period. ' ^ndrrw* In the consolation game, Congre-1 Wc brck national won over St. Paul's 53 to 52. Mccone e ... J 3 fi'Mullens* K ^ Alabama Vanderbllt Kiner is scheduled to show up at tlie Pirates' base at San Bernardino, Calif., Monday, for a conference with Pittsburgh President John Galbreath. Ralph Seeks S5.000 Raise The Pirate star reportedly is aiming for a two-year contract at $70,000 per season, an Increase at $5,000 over his 1950-51 salary. Pitcher Murry Dickson, a 20- game winner, is another Pirate asking for a $5,000 raise. Bickson drew $20,000 last year. Other balking Pirates are Pitchers Mel Queen, Fred Strobel, Jim Walsh and Infielder-Outfielder George Metko- j vich. The Philadelphia Athletics have four players remaining to be satisfied, Shortstop Eddie Joost; First Baseman Ferris Fain, the American League batting champion; Infielder Billy Hitchock and Catcher Joe Tipton. ' Shortstop Phil Rizzuto and Third Baseman Bobby Brown are the lone members of the World Champion New York Yankees who haven't signed. Rizzuto is expected lo agree to terms calling for an estimated $45,000 today at St. Petersburg, Fla. Brown, is expecting a call any day from the Army. Newhouser Unsigned '"riie 4s. .infrrf prc«.o i Tllc Det - rolt Tigers, St. Louis rr.RN coNFEn.,Nc r i-TOunN.;Yi Brow _» K . Cleveland Indians and Bos(Kirst Round) HO CcnrgU Trrh . talc . '.' Mlw. Stale-. ... ...... li:t Auburn Burke Holds One-Stroke n Baton Rouge BATON ROUGE. La.—OP)—Jack Burke, a quiet Texan who silences. opponents with snapshooting iron shots, holds a one stroke lead in the $10.000 Baton Rouge Oper golf tournament today. The little Texan fired a four- under-par 6S to maintain hl» sizzling pace that began two weeks ago In the San Antonio Open. Another Texan, Amateur Bert Weaver, a. 20-year-old Louisiana State University sophomore from Beaumont, finished 'second in yesterday's opening round with ft 69. (15-3) plays at Friendsville (record not available) and Howard (10-6) IN SPORTS IT'S THI Sports Shoppe 15 N. Centre II. Wi.n. 1147 ALL THE WAY | ton Braves have two unsigned play- OTHER G.A.MMS (Brt.) IK N. V. V IIIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL Scion Hall IV. Va. RS .Inhn Carroll SOt'TII •TWllsnn f 6 Taylor ( 1 .1 4 10 Miller c . . S 2 12 , , . 0 4! Wr.jl Liberty 0 si Marshall \\. Va. Trrh Clemion ToUIs 1!) Non-scnrins Mil-is — M.uun Score by pf rinds: Moorrlicld IS :!1 Pcicrsburjt 16 31 Officials — Huhn 4: Boslcy. : ; ln the second game Tuesday night ; rackcd 24 ints H.™™ ' 13-18 M ; I! Keyser wins, the deciding tiltj h vlctors . vWle Jonn Turner : Jonp . co.n«r. I will be played here Thursday. The | d 25 for the Iosers . The line- ! Ki^ysm-.-;- * t *^ -1 ups: I 40 51! Jlncups: "iMattlnMiurr Totals s ..i .2 IB i II Kcrr e D I. 0 4 Totals Rockn-rll, f Sports Keg Residue f Frrtdor f O. Mail-liar, c D. Sllict z I DiJpanM p : D. Dovt [ . Although not too co!d. the Tota) . weather we've been having is hardly Non ., co ' rlng " , ubi _' suitable for moving outdoors toishipe. practice Softball . . . However, thE | C | rclev ,n e Trozzo Spots of the City Recreation > Arbaugh i League, in order to assure them-, ^"rr' c' selves of being ready for the sca- : war'ner e '".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. son's opener six or eight weeks from J:m umbrn r 3-5 1-3 5-10 0-0 0-0 Nctoskle. J . i PrtTver.*, c ,-i Hamilton, i 15 ! HnlbiirnT. jjlEvrrhart. I •• j B.ikrr. c . S i« 10-22 Mathim, Don DavUl.'nn. [ now, have moved indoors at the Central YMCA for workouts . . . When it comes to masterminding Thompson z Totals K 3-4 3-1 0-3 1-1 1-4 1-3 12 10-34 p . , Stoutamyrr. z .',Karra>. c .. 'iWrlehi. s u . j Stutnn. f .... h *| Tn!als .... -1 ' Swr» hv prnnrif: 51 MARTINgBUHG — j KETSER 34 Officials—Baker ami K .1-.1 0-1 ."-5 1-3 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 PF 5 1 5 5 4 1 0 o 8-14 32 F i:n?Ubh Baptist J. Smith, I C. Smith. I . Knlerlcm. c Han-kins, g . McKenzte. jt 10 0 5 I n K 1-3 1-! 0-0 3-fi 1-2 [ Scorr hy pmods: . ! INDEPENDENTS .... 8 13 Vi' ! MID-CITY ELECTRIC 1.1 21 ,| Officials—Bryce and Hull, irr HIGH SCHOOL AMERICAN I Slrubrnvilli- ... 1 I Ohln I'nlv In ,i| II H»r|» and r.lkins «» R Snulh Carolina . HI 3 2 fl Went. Maryland It Townon (.Md.) .. SI . MIIMVKST 14 431 i 'l'ul«» 'il Wichita S3 | Oklahoma <:))]• 01 Crrluhtim 4<i FAR 1VF.ST Montana n:i New Mniro «!l Srattlf :il Tnrtland ...,,.. 7"' 26 3< Pctcnbrlnk, B i 0-1 12-13 1-1 0-2 1-1 60 rts i ..30 Non-scn.'lnj subs— Geary. Carroll. Frost. Methodi»t Rowe. I ........ \Ylnner. f ...... Jcinf.', f- ....... . Bnrri. Totals 16 i Score by period*: 31 SO BI)! ENGLISH BAPTIST IT 31 44 571 FROSTBURG METH. F 1-3 V8 o-s 1-5 3-P 11-30 41 Nou--fonnE ^llbs — D. Ldmbrrt. Rnn basektball teams in the Frostburg "genre 'by periods: (Continued on Page 18) . Mathn.s ~ ,, "21 ... Ill Circlrvillf s Otlicinis — Hihn & Boslcy. AT KtYM-.R Garden U nccttr ! . .5 Jones I fi Lancaster c 7 Murphy s • - 3 Hipp g 3 ,. ,, .., V'ciar Favored Tonighl il 31 4™ J *31 Over Filzic Prmlrti Officials—CarrlnRton and Davu C,RAi\TSVILLE HIGH H /AS AT BERLIN rt Totsl.s Non->corlng .^ Wp»l Va. Peal Pylfs [ .. Smith f H a rm w n c . . Rett.nn I .... Totfllf . . Scorr liy prnod;. : F.Ik Giirdcn Wp^: Va. Deaf Officials — Ciark .. .20 Wildman. K 2-4 2-4 4-1 0-S 0-0 8-20 Pfirrlsh. NEW YORK— (INS)— Young Chicoi BERLIN. Pa. — With Robert Sidr. T, F T-WII-nn lldne. G F T liFarrrll [ ... 5 1 HlWidriows I . 3 1 ' lllCnnnnlly [ .. n n fVHaurr f ...3 n 4 JJRhaflrr c .. .1 n B George c .. f 1 15 —: Krliy i! fl n n'Lonn e ... 4 3 in 66 paupr s 2 1 S R. Wasf C . 1 1 .11 ; • G. Lcaje tub 4 n B ; ToUIs ... 10 3 23! rt». i i Tolali .,20 5 45 pi Score by periods: 11] WEST RJDE ' 4 1» 32 Ji WILSONS « H 30 45 3j Official—Bryrr- and Mftz. 16 ! MEN'S CLASS A fi F T I,»pp'» G F T 1 1 .ITwIgg f ... S il 10 4 2 10 l.apri t ... 0 n 0 2 I 5 En-horn e. 306 1 0 2 »iivi.< e ... .1 n 6 4 1 Ii Mansi]> K - 3 11" — — — Wood.son sub 31" 12 5 29' — Totals . . 32 2 46 Bcnrr hy period*' KELLY-SPRlNGnELD ... i> IS 15 3!> LAPP'S PLUMBERS ...... 10 51 .16 45 Ofliciiil;,—Bryce and CunninEham. TWELVE YEAttS AGO — Aldn (Bllffl Donflli signed a thir^-year contract to crtHch fnntball id Duniirsne. STORY Corvican ! . ^ ! McKcrmc 1 j ; Burt, c I rnRram E . Stafford e . | Totals ... 6 : Vcjar. Stamford. Conn., welter- Beachy a.nd Dick Yommer hitting Figlils Last Night »! weight, tries to continue his climb U°r 16 and 15 points, respectively, ' ^ Aisgciatcd pre ^ "'up the fiMic ladder tonight, in a ten-j the visiting Grantsville (Md.) High BOSTON _ K1(i GBVII , ni ,„,,_ H , vin , team nosed out Berlin outpointed Don wiiiiems, HT.I. Worcester 6 round bout with Fiuie Prudcn 48' Madison Square Garden. G 11 (1 , 1 . 0 t Wallfy. | High, 51-48, here last night. The Velar, winner or 39 out of 40: victory was the eighth in 19 pames ou tpn.r.iod Jimmy cousins. 152, malc'hc*. is favored over his more: for the Marylanders. oi,^. YonK ^ N)ro V>WM _ „ o-i 0-2 1-4 0-0 j-n 21 3 16 2fi experienced opponent. 4 n .1 I'irdmonl 0 .i-ir<ir,>. I . ._ Nil:irri. I 33 !>;>. i ... 8 .. 2 4 8 ;Mi;lrr. s ,. 3 33 i C.vnpb'-ll. » ,Juckson. B Caton had 12 points and Custer 11 for Berlin. The lineups: Ha- Strongly Favorsd! Totals F 1-1 (1-1 ^-1 l-.i 1-1 2-4 0-0 F 3-5 0-1 5-1) 3-3 jj j Railry 1 . . 0 I-, Hrr'liiiersrr i 4 ;! Beachy r j , Vnninirr g . . 7 g| Pauon f ... 1 0! Butlrr sub . 0 _l McKenzie sub 0 39 ! GeorRe sub . 2 F T Berlin 1 1 Kalbach 1 0 S Cujtffr f 6 4 !« Bridprum c. . 7 1 1.scat on K . 0 UDonn»r 5 . vana. outpointed Sandy McPherson, 233 ! 3. N"n> Ynrk. s. SPOKANE— Harold D^rir. 128. Los AnSf- ' l«>. ouipomtcd Sobby woods. 123' 3 . Spo- kanr. 10. " I 3 11 2 8 1 1 1 1 3 1 ,?oorb'j?h sub 3 ] Tos.ils ... JO 11 SI | Scorr by ppriodj: i GRANTSVILLE BERLIN Totals 11 S 18 12 48 Otfictais—Moroco and Layman. ' Non-'-cnrinc Srorr h> pr '. PIED^!O^•^ \ RIDGELEY j Fort A--hhr I Anil f ; r'ranklar.d. .3 16-25 iv — McFariar.d. Bakrr : Carl Kurillo, outfielder for the t Brooklyn Dodsters, .started six double : plays from his rightfield pasitlon .Mast, season. Maphiv f I Bron 0. r. ', Coriiin. c j Lil'.'r. s::r> QUEEN CITY BREWING CO. CUMBERLAND, MD. •• nun, Jiin 1 .'FORT ASHBV ..... . * ROMNFV ' Of.'ic-.tis—Clark and 313 So. 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