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"FOUETEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Keyser Plays At Martinsburg Tonight Harry Skiles Surprised At Calibre Oj Ball On 'S/io The warning which appeared in this column last week about the strength of high school basketball on the Eastern Shore has been confirmed by Harry Skiles. Harry, who captained the Mount Pleasant (Pa.) High team In his seni.or year back in 1932 and two years ago helped prepare Cumberland's Wolford Post team for the national Am- vet tourney, has been residing in Salisbury for the past few months. "Last Tuesday night I saw the game between Ocean City and ; Wicomico High of Salisbury and sure got a surprise," Harry • writes. "These teams are good. The ; calibre of ball they play amazed me, as I'm well aware of how the schools from Allegany County used to run over Shore teams in the state playoffs. "Wicomico lost by only one point to Hagerstown in the championship game last season and the team is supposed to be even better this year. •"Ocean City has the same starting five which lost in a close game to Barton in the Class C finals last year at College Park. Don't sell either of these teams short; they both use the fast break." Skiles, who manages the laundry at the new Deer Hear State Hospital in Salisbury, points out that the Wicomico team has three boys who go over the six- foot mark. He doesn't name him, but Harry says the leading scorer of the team reaches four inches over six feet. He tallied »22 points as Wicomico turned back Ocean City, 50 to 37 to atone for one of its two defeats. Ocean City's record for the season is 14-2, while Salisbury's is 15-2. Skiles adds that Ocean City has already beaten the other Class C schools, but the county championship is still unsettled. Most of the District 5 playoffs, he says, will be held on the Salisbury State Teachers court, "and I'll be there to. see them." Fairgo May Lose Fred Cblwill To Pimlico There is a strong possibility that Fairgo General Manager Harry E. Flook will have to look for a new racing secretary in 1952, as the local track seems in danger of losing Fred Colwill to Pimlico. ; Gen. Milton A. Reckord, presr ident of the Maryland Jockey Club, feels something must be done to strengthen his organ• Ization of officials at Pimlico ', and thinks Colwill's his man." • ''I have been looking around . for someone who would fit into . the picture," General Reckord ; said, "and I think Colwill could . be a big help to us in a position similar to general manager. However, I have had only one • conversation with him on the : subject and so far nothing is ' definite. ! "We need someone at Pimlico • who knows the horsemen and understands them. Someone who can help us secure the better-grade thoroughbreds for our stakes and overnight features. "We need someone to travel to Florida and to western racing fronts in the interest of Pimlico. If I make a deal with Colwill, he will be sent to Florida and other states to interest stable owners and trainers in the Pimlico spring meeting." Colwill has served as racing secretary at Fairgo for the past two meets. Three years ago, he held the title of "director of racing," a position since abolished. Residue From The Sports Keg — The terrific game turned in by the Spas' George Geatz Sunday afternoon against Dick Schnittker and the Fort Meade Generals caused one wag to comment at half time: "Who's the All-American out there, Geatz or Schnittker?" - Frostburg's Beall High ? Coach Eddie Finzel, upon hear- 1 ing yesterday that Bob Pence is resigning his football tutor- Ing post at Allegany to' take the ] Job as city recreation director, • paid quite a nice compliment to Bob. "I sure hate to see him leave the coaching field, but the city of Cumberland is getting a wonderful break in re' creation," Eddie declared A gag is making the rounds concerning the Sugar Bowl football opponents last January 1—Maryland and Tennessee... General Bob Neyland, the Tennessee coach, is well known for his liking to book two or three breathers on his schedule each season. The General's "friends" are now making a collection to buy him a hearing aid "Neyland needs it." they explain, tongue in cheek. "When he accepted the Sugar Bowl bid, he thought, Ehe committee told him Tennessee's opponent would be Marysville, not Maryland!" Bill Hahn and Van Roby have been named to officiate West Virginia's Class B Region 4 tournament Friday and Saturday nights at Keyser's Potomac State gym. Froslburg Gives $100 To Church Loop Dinner PROSTBtTRG — The Frostburg mayor and council last night voted a donation of $100 toward a dinner which will be held the latter part of the month In honor of teams in the Frostburg Church Basketball League. The money will come out of the movie tax fund. Officials of the league who appeared and requested a donation! for the affair were Robert Jones, I Larry Shaner and Cliff Fearer. Tornado Five Needs Win To Stay In Race Improved Beall Team Favored Over LaSalle In Tilt At Frostburg Keyser High School's Potomac Valley Conference basketball champs will have a chance to stay in the running for the Class A sectional title of West Virginia tonight when they invade Martinsburg. The Bulldogs of Coach John Cobourn jolted the hopes of the Golden Tornado last week when they bit off a 60-57 decision at Keyser. These two games are part, of Keyser's regular schedule, but if the Tornado atones for last week's setback tonight, a third game will be necessary to decide the sectional kingpins. Such a game would be played Thursday at. Keyser. The Keyser Kids, tutored by John Shelton, will carry a 15-5 record into tonight's engagement, but a defeat would bring an end to their season.. Beall High's improving Mountaineers will be favored to square their series with LaSalle tonight .when the two teams clash at Frostburg. The Explorers won the first of the home-and-home set at SSi Peter and Paul's gym back in December. LaSalle has a better record, winning 15 and losing nine to 12 and eight for the Mountaineers, but Eddie Pinzel's Prostburgers are the most improved club in the area since he found a new underclass combination in mid-season. Parsons High School's Panthers will lower the curtain on their regular schedule when they play host to Belington High School today. The Panthers, who are awaiting a Class "A" contest with Elkins, are batting .500 to date with ten wins and as many losses. Great Hill Prince Ordered To Stud ARCADIA, Calif. —' (I?) — Hill Prince was retired with earnings of $422,140 to his credit, The handicap champion of 1951 has been ordered out of racing and into stud duty at the Clairborne Farm at Paris, Ky. His owner, Christopher T. Chenery, made the decision yesterday after veterinarians discovered Hill Prince had developed a filling in his right foreleg. Some critics are arguing that Hill Prince wasn't In condition for the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap, in which he finished a badly beaten fifth, but his trainer, Casey Hayes, insists the horse simply didn't like the footing and was sound. Hill Prince was the best two-year- old of 1949; the three-year-old champ and "Horse ^of the Year" In 1950. and 1951's handicap champ. College Basketball Kentucky Gets Top Billing In Final AP Poll MEMENTO FROM. JAPAN— Jim Robey, who for ten years or more, was one of Cumberland's outstanding softball pitchers, proudly displays the jacket he earned while playing baseball last year in Japan. Jim, as a communications technician, played first base for the Nav-Com-Fac Beavers in a five-team Navy League. His club finished first and was the only team to beat the champion Atsugi Flyers. In fact, Robey was the hero of this game, belting a triple with the bases loaded in the ninth inning when the score was tied at 9-9. Other teams in the league were the Navy Seahawks, Atsugi Seabees and Naval Hospital. Robey, a veteran of World War II, spent a yeax in Japan when recalled to active duty. His jacket was sent to him. Lonaconing Central Wins ' Title., Tripping Bruce., 56-47 Lonaconing Central High basketeers gained the right to meet Oakland for the Class B championship in Mary- NEW YORK—W>)—The Kentucky Wildcats can add another honor to their bulging collection today. Coach Adolph Rupp's beauties from the Blue Grass country have been named the top college basketball teacn in the nation for the third time in four years in the final Associated Press poll. The Wildcats' latest laurel came hard on the heels of their ninth straight Southeastern Conference championship and a 44-43 victory over Louisiana State in the conference tournament, that boosted their winning streak to 22 games. Kentucky is after one more trophy, the NCAA championship. Illinois Second The,Wildcats previously finished at the head of the class in the AP Poll in 1949 and 1951. Bradley interrupted the streak by winning in 1950. The 121 sports writers and sportscasters who participated in the final poll awarded Kentucky 39 first- place votes and 1,033 points. Illinois, one of the few teams to battle Kentucky for top . honors, came in second with 750 points. Kansas State followed with 672. The Wildcats moved to the front in the poll six weeks ago and have been there ever since. Before Ken-« tucky took over for keeps, Illinois, Kansas and St. Johns of Brooklyn had occupied the top berth. Kansas wound up eighth and St. John's tenth. West yirginia Ninth Duquesne finished fourth behind Kansas State and in turn was followed by St. Louis, Washington, Iowa. Kansas, West Virginia and St. John's. Kentucky goes after its fourth NCAA crown in the last five years on March 21. Only other teams that have qualified for the' tournament so far are Illinois and St. Louis. Illinois clinched the Big Ten title last night, beating Northwestern, 95-74, while runnerup Iowa bowed, 78-75, to Wisconsin. Other members in the top ten who are bidding for an NCAA berth are Hyndman Team Withdraws'From Interstate Loop The Interstate Baseball League is! down to four teams as a result ol j . t the Hyndman Vets bolting the cir-j MONTREAL-^)-Featherweight cuit to enter the Bedford County j Champion Sandy Saddler today Saddler Again In Hot Water, Disqualified loop, found himself in hot water for the As a result, last night's meeting j second time in less than six month?, of the Interstate again ended with] The lithe New York Negro was eorganization incomplete. | disqualified between the third and, With only four teams represent- fourth rounds here last night be-, ed (Moorefield, Centreville, Rom- cause of his illegal actions in a ney and the Cumberland Moose) scheduled ten-round bout against and with. Centreville agreeing tojArmand Savoie. play only if more than four clubs The disqualification produced a are in the league the teams once first class rhubarb. Fans milled again voted to postpone final action |about the ringside, and when several until next Monday, March 10. i fights broke out among them, three In the meantime. Secretary Roy elites said he would mnke overtures to Keyser's Ridge, Thomas and other prospects in an effort to bring the league's strength to six or more outfits. Efforts made in the past carloads of police were hurried to _ the forum to stop the brawling. • Canadian Athletic Commission officials went into semi-official huddles and planned a full dress meet! ing today. t\vo| saddler was suspended by New weeks to get into the fold such | York State Athletic Commission Chairman Robert Christenberry last : teams as Naval Reserve, Lonaconing, Rawlings, Dawson and Petersburg proved fruitless Attending the conference were John "Huck" Seymour, Moorefield; Ellis Patterson, Romney; Dwight Rose and Frank Hite, Centreville; Harclerode of Hyndman; Lonnie Jackson and Al Martin, Cumberland Moose; George Rice, Tri-State Umpires .Association; Roy elites, secretary; Floyd Elliott, vice president; and Frank U. Davis, president. . Big Vein Quint Still Undefeated HILL TOP REC LEAGUE Standing Of The Teams W. L. Big Vein Hill 9 0 Buck Hill 3 1 Scotch Hill ...4 5 Church Hill ...'. 4 S Screens Hill 2 1 Castle Hill 0 9 Pet. 1.000 .839 .444 .444 .222 .000 October 5 as an aftermath of his • roughhouse bout with Willie Pep. He was not reinstated to good' standing until December 5. Pep's" license was revoked in New York as a result of the brawl. Saddler's handlers were . wrathful at last night's decision. Bert Briscoe, Saddler's trainer, said, "We'll ruin Montreal as a, fight town. We'll warn American fighters to stay away from here or they'll get the business." „ Referee Tommy Sullivan stopped the-fight on orders from Emilo Gauthier, president of the Montreal Athletic Commission, who climbed" into the ring before the start of trit fourth round. The referee disqualified Saddler for "fouling continually — holding, heeling, hitting on the breaks and sending in low blows." The scrap itself was largely an in-fighting affair as long as -it lasted. Saddler weighed 130% and Savoie 134. •Undefeated Big Vein Hill rolled to Its ninth victory in the Lonaconing Recreation Basketball League, defeating Screens Hill, 68 to 31. However, the highlight of the week's action was the new individual scoring record set by Randall Brown in pacing Buck Hill to an | iaddlcr,""l"3o"',i7"Nrw Yo'rk"'Th"en "saddler Fights Last Night (By The Associated Preys) MONTREAL—Armand Savoie, 134, Montreal, was awarded four-round dccislon- over Featherweight Champion 8 a n d .T land's District 1 by turning back the Bruce Bulldogs of Westernport in a hard-fought battle before an overflow turnout last night at 'Coney. The* score was 56 to 47. Central and Oakland are scheduled to clash Thursday on the neu- Bruce High's Jayvees. topped Cen- Kansas State, Kansas, Washington 1 83 _2 9 runaway victory over Church I*** and West Virginia. The first eight Hnl . Brown tanietj 39 points _ j " Bill Richmond, Jim Lupis land places remained unchanged. TOP TEN (First place votes In parentheses! Beeortls Points rugged styling and ready for long wear (fl|/ The Associated Press) EAST Diiquesne ...01 Raldwln-Wallacft ...M BnMon Colleje ...B4 Holy Crosn HI Kings (Pa) 80 Ml. St. Mary's <Md) 71 SOUTH West Virginia Heclcley liS Tech 81) Weil Virginia Shcplicrd 711 Weslcynn .....103 Fairmont ...70 Concord 114 West I.lberlj fifi Bethany tfi Salem ... fiR Alder^nn- llrnaddtiq ,,,....M rntnmae Stale ...71 Klenrllle IM Wnnlrrn llnivllne f.reen ...7. 1 ! Kentucky R'2 *.lohn* llnpkln* ..71 Wavhinctnn Ciilleje f! (V») 7« (Tenn) MIDWEST I11ltir.i< 05 NnrlhernweMern WlieonMn "X lows. Indiana 70 Michigan State Michigan M Purdue ...... •Mason-rtlxon League Playoff. tral Beall court at Frostburg for the district crown. In last night's playoff, necessitated by the two Allegany County teams dividing during the regular season. Central led most of the way, but the Bulldogs snapped at the heels of the Tigers throughout. In fact, Augie Eichhorn's Westernport cager.s knotted the score at 44-nll and 47-47 in the final stanza, but the Tigers closed with nine straight points to ice the contest. Bill Boss! and Alex RiclvPeunsyl- vania officials, waved five players | out on personal fouls. Ed Thompson of Central made his exit in the third period while Andrews and Kelly of Central and Robert Wilson and Ervln Berry of Bruce fouled out in the final .period. Bill Robertson led the Central attack with 18 points while Tommy Kelly took runnerup honors with 13. Richard Waddell and Robertson j played outstanding floor games for Coach Johnny Meyers' Orange and Black quint. Wilson paced the Bruce scorers with 17 points while Mike Nofsinger and Gene Biggs turned In nice floor games for the losers. Don Rehfeldt of the Milwaukee Hawks In the NBA says that dancing lessons are prolonging his basketball career. FIVE YEARS AGO—Jersey Jos Walcott outpointed Elmer (Vlolenti Ray in & ten- round heavyweight bout p.t Miami. Team statistic* ghow that the seniors of the UCLA football team competed in 44.9 per cent of the playing time during th» recently concluded season. TEN YEARS AOO—Outfielder Ted wil Hani? of the Boston Red So* snid that he planned on plnying one more reason ol baseball before Joining the »rmed forces. "ScotcHmons" SCOTCH GRAIN LEATHERS » Hosfcy styfing Her« ...mo howd*om« way . wfrhw* being beovy-footed. **$ reotJy for teog weor ... •> rich Scotch groin leather that mellows age . .. with ro««d s*otn ond brass eyelets— among the dozen* of craftsmanship extras. WHY IS A POSTCARD LIKE A NEW KELLY TIRE? IOA/G WAY AT LOW COST/ FREE INSPECTION Check Your Tires and Battery ONE DAY RECAPPING SERVICE I.Kentucky (33) 23-2 2. Illinolj: (10i .19-2 3. Kansas State (1) 13-4 4. Duquesne (2) 21-1 . ., . • » • iv. 5. St. Loulf' fl) 21-5 trals junior varsity qumt in the! 8 . Washington 113) 24-4 7. Iowa (1) 19-3 a. Kansas (8) 20-2 3. West Virclnia (7) '22-3 opener, 48-37.' Lineups: I CENTRAL Andrews, f ., Robertson. I Waddell, c . Thompson, ., Kelly, g Mclntyrc, g ., Turnbull, i ., Brodie, I ... G . -1 . G . 4 . 1 , 4 . 0 . 3 . 0 Totals .... BRUCE Wilson, f ..,, Nofslniter, I ., Cavr, c .... Berry, s , Bigs'. Is Haywond. g ..,, Shlmer. f ...... Lutman. c Scheermew.r, f Ambrose, s •• F 2-7 6-11 0-4 0-0 S-R 1-1 0-0 0-0 14-29 r 3-f 1-1 1-1 1-4 1-5 0-0 n-i 4-8 0-1 0-1 Totals 18 Scorn by Periods: Central Bruce 14 19 5 4 4 ft h 2 4 0 29 rr a 39 33 18 10. St. John's 21-3 SECOND TEN 11. Dayton (10) IS. Duke ("i 13. Hols' Cross (9) 14. Seton Hall I2> 1033 750 565 453 403 173 159 150 St. Bonavcnturc (1) 113 16. Wyoming 17. Louisville il) 18. Scuttle T. 19. UCLA 17 20. Soutliiresl Texn* (31 Others mentioned Included Sena, West Vrgna. Tech and Marshall. Mrs. W. L. Huntley's Whirling Dough, a candidate for Hlaleah's j grass stakes this season, holds three track speed records. 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On Saturday the second half will draw to a close with games between Scotch Hill- and Screens Hill at 6 p.. in.; Scotch Hill and Church Hill at 7 p. m.; and Big Vein Hill and Buck Hill at 8. lor illegal tactics Dion- SAN FRANCISCO—Bob Dufilap, 183"''», Oakland. Calif., outpointed Cesar Brlon, 138. Burno* Airet. Argentina (10). LOUISVILLE, Ky.— Irish Bob Murphy. 135. San DIcso, Calif., outpointed Roy Thomas. 116. New York '(101. RICHMOND. Va. — Alfredo LaOrutta. H4'i. Milan, Italy, outpointed, Augel Chaves, 130',i HarUorrl, Conn. (B). NEW ORLEANS— Irish Bobby L 1 o y d, HI 1 . 4, Baltimore, outpointed Raoul LU- cngo, Spain (10). Clarence (Chief) Boston, grid coach at the University of Nev Hampshire, is a member of the rules committee of the American Football Coaches Association. You'll like the taste awrffte for your Pleasant moments ask for tonight mm oismifis rows «.,!ifwr8SK. n.r. HIM wwsm. ss mn. &s%6?w mm. spinns.