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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1S52 FIFTEEN Jowl Battles Seen Getting Green Light' LOS ANGELES—(/P)—The presi- •nt of the National Collegiate ;hletic Association says he be- ;ves the NCAA special committee rveying post-season bowl games 11 give them a clean bill of health. Prof. Hugh C. Willett of the liversity of Southern California, .10 heads the NCAA, told the mthern California Football V/rit- s Association yesterday: "If our survey shows; as I think -will, that such games are bene- Jial, I think the NCAA will vote continue them—with controls." The American Council on Educa- >n Executive Committee has stated ; opposition to post-season foot- 11 and spring practice, and has ked the six accrediting agencies r colleges in America to enforce eir code. So far, three of these .encies have indicated they will it do so. Prof. Willett said the ACE code is >t one the colleges must accept, .t that many will accept it. "I am .quite confident that the nferences will feel they have just good regulations as the ACE, or tter," he said. "I don't look for vast amount of changes in the nferences. So far as the NCAA concerned, if the majority feels wl games hurt, bowl games will out. My personal opinion is that is will not be the case, though." Dr v Fred Fagg, president of the liversity of Southern California, id he hopes the NCAA will con- lue to be looked to "to handle tercollegiate athletic problems." Dr. Fagg pointed out that the ACE is no enforcement arm and that •o' regional accrediting agencies, e New England and Middle ates, have indicated informally ey could not act as enforcement dies to regulate athletic programs. Potomac State Upsets Champs In State Cage Tourney, 74-61 BUCKHANNON, W. Va. — (£>) — The State College Basketball Tournament moved ahead under full throttle today with a crucial West Virginia Tech-West Virginia Wesleyan quarter-final and debuts of Morris Harvey and i urke Wins Smitten-Death laying At Baton Rouge BATON ROUGE, La. — (/P)— For holes it looked like the inaugural 0,000 Baton Rouge Open golf tour- iment would never end. Then in a driving rain, poker- ced Jack Burke Jr.. propelled a ,11 over a flooded green to break e deadlock, end the sudden-death tra playoff, and win his third raight major tournament in three *J: S . . 'Mountain Top The tournament was supposed, to i .d on Sunday. But at the end of holes three pros —Burke of Hous- n, Tex., Bill Nary of Albuquerque, M., and Tommy Bolt of Durham, C., and Houston—were tied with ven under par 281s. Davis and Elkins. Tech's top-seeded regular season champions in the West Virginia conference took the court at 2 p. m. against Wesleyan. Tech advanced by defeating Beckley yesterday for the fourth time this season. 69-53 while the host Wesleyan outfit trounced Shepherd, 103-78. Morris Harvey went against Fairmont's 70-64 conquerors of Concord in the second upper-bracket quarter final at 3:30 p. m. Tonight's lower - bracket action puts West Liberty, which literally ran away from Bethany 66-62, against Salem, 58-57 victors over Alderson-Broaddus, at 7:30 p. m. and Davis and Elkins against Potomac State at 9 o'clock. Potomac, composed of rangy freshmen led by Tom Alcock and Vince Murovich, battered Glenville's defending tournament champions from the picture, 71-64, last night. The finals of the tourney are scheduled Thursday night, with the winner— unless it is Potomac or Salem— moving on to NAIB play next week in Kansas City. Potomac, a junior college, and Salem, a nonmember, are not eligible for NAIB play. Wesleyan set a new tournament record by scoring 42 field goals in defeating Shepherd. Just a few- days ago, Wesleyan. defeated that same Shepherd five here 111-71. Tom Carrol! and Loren Brake kept the Wesleyan attack in motion with 25 and 20 counters, respectively. Potomac State G. F. Kline, f 4 1-2 Poe, £ 4 3-5 Murovich. c 8 3-5 Sutton. g 5 3-3 Baird, g 1 1-3 Anderson, t 0 1-1 Talbott, f 0 0-1 Alcock. o 5 5-7 Lee, g 0 0-0 Gannon, g 1 1-2 Totals 28 18-29 Glcnville G. F Barrett. I 5 6-9 Tennant, i 7 4-7 Johnson, c 3 1-2 Mills, g 2 1-3 Merriman, £ 0 0-0 Gandee. I 3 3-3 Poole, c D 3-3 Reed, g 2 0-0 Totals 22 17-25 Score by Periods: Potomac 14 35 17 Glenville 17 19 12 Pts. 9 11 19 13 3 1 D 15 0 3 74 rts. 16 18 7 5 0 s 3 4 17—74 13—61 An 18-hole playoff was held yes- rday but the trio was still tied th two under par 70s. Then came .e sudden-death playoff. That's nere the first guy who wins the •st hole takes first prize money. Roy Thompson, Florida State Uni- •rsity halfback, returned six kick- fs for an average of 27.8 yards iring the "51 grid season. Win WES'lbKN MARYLAND fcEAUUE Standinc Of Thf Clubs W. Port Hill 12 Cumberland 12 11 5 5 Mountain Top No. 1 Mountain Top No. 2 Frostburg LaVale 3 Avllton 11 14 Pet. .923 .857 ,786 .385 .357 .214 .000 Y«ft sir, the opportunity to have your car looking like new! If your car it in nttd of body and fender repairi, the export itaff at th* CUMBERLAND TOWING & BODY SERVICE can give your <ar the bright luitar, its original rounded look of really fine workmanship. 24- HOUR EMERGENCY AND TOWING SERVICE CUMBERLAND TOW/NfaBODY SERV/C£ Cumberland, Mountain Top No. 1 and Mountain Top No. 2 scored victories in the Western Maryland Rifle League Sunday. The No, 1 Mountaineers won a. postal match from Frostburg, 1135 to 1131; Cumberland turned back LaVale, 1109 to 1103, and the No. 2 Mountaineers defeated Avllton. 1076 to 1017. Fort Hill was not scheduled. Wilson White posted 294 points for Mountain Top No. 1, equalling his individual four-position league record set on December 16. 1951. The losing Frostburg crew was paced by Cliff Hitchins' 289 tally. Paul Nycum entered high total of 283 for the Queen City club, Bill Whitson's 287 was best for the losing LaVale team, Rex Wiles headed the Oakland shooters with a total of 279 points, and top gun for Avilton was Ken Edwards with 271. McKinney Has Double Holiday To Celebrate Legion Takes llth In Row Cumberland American Legion notched its eleventh straight second-half victory in the Central YMCA Senior Basketball League by turning back Ridgeley Legion by a 58-52 count last night. The win, combined with Forty and Eight's 52-48 setback at the hands of the Teleph one Company, boosted the Legion's lead to four games. Tommy Geatz paced the Cumberland Legion with 21 points as Ace Comer hit for 20 for Ridgeley. Ted Durbin's 18 tallies topped the Phone quintet, while Lou Bell with 16 and Bob Lookabaugh with 13 were high for Forty and Eight. The lineups: Cumberland Legion N. Geatz, f G. , 2 . 7 . 5 T. Geatz, f ........ G. Geatz. c ........ Gunning, g .............. 2 Pradiska, g ............. 3 Boyle .................. ... 2 Beerer ...... .......*...... 2 Totals llidjrelcy Legion G. Comer, £ ........ ..... ..... 9 Hartman, £ .... .......... 7 Decker, c ..... ........... 2 Flanagan, g ...... ........ 2 Fisher, g Lockard. s Totals 23 Score by Periods: Cumberland Legion ..11 31 Ridgeicy Legion .... 13 27 Forty A Eijbl G. Metz. f 0 Humberson. f 2 Lookabaugh, c ..,,..,*.,.. 6 Bell. K 7 Burgess, 3 1 McGregor I Hoggard 3 T»tals 40 Telephone Co. G. Shaffer, £ 3 Penner. f 2 Brown, c ; ,...... 1 Burbin, g 8 Evans, g 5 Giles 3 Totals 22 Score by Periods: Forty & Eight 8 26 Telephone Co 14 24 F. 1 7 1 0 0 3 0 12 F. 2 1 1 0 2 0 48 34 F. 0 4 1 2 0 0 1 F. 2 •> 1 2 0 1 34 35 Pts. 5 21 11 4 6 58 Pts. 20 15 5 4 Wilsons Easy Rec Winners Wilson's Hardware and Williams Grocery marked up victories in the American Division of the High School Rec Basketball League last night at Port Hill. The Hardware cagers rolled over Columbia Cash Grocery, 49-21, and Williams Grocery shaded Miller's Sunoco, 32 to 27. George led the Wilson attack with 17 points, while Barb collected 20 for Williams. In a National Division contest, Syckes Music Shop turned back the Independents by a. 37-31 court. Statler and Wilkins each had eight points for the winners. The lineups: HIGH SCHOOL "AMERICAN" Miller's Sun. G F T|Willii;ris' G G Diehl f 135 Barbe f Robinson £ Murray c. Godwin g. DeVault g. Ziler 1 0 2 Yankelcvitz 022 Lacy c...i, 5 4 14 DeBoucfc g. 102 Morgan g. 1 0 21 F T . 9 2 20 t 0 2 2 .102 .102 . 2 2 ...13 6 32 Totals — 9 8 27) Totals Score by periods: MILLER'S SUNOCO » 13 21 37 WILLIAMS' GROCERY 5 17 20 32 Officials—Hartman and Ott. _ o — G F T| Columbia C G F T 3 0 6|Dolar. I.. Wilson's R.Lease f Long g... George c. Hager g.. Kylus g.. Widdows 5 0 10 a i n House £.. Hook c.. S 0 lOJBIshop g. 1 0 2| Merrill g 204] 204 306 306 1 1 3 102 10 121 Totals ....24 1 w | Totals Score by periods: WILSON'S 11 31 38 48 COLUMBIA CASH 4 S 12 21 Officials—Burke and'Deter. HIGH SCHOOL. "NATIONAL" Syckes M. S. G F T| independents G F T 8]Bowers f.. 000 Statler r.v. Robinson !. 3 2 2 3 7| Andrews f McFarland c 1 3 5,webcck c. Hinze g... Smith g... Wilkins .. 0 2 226 328 102 1 0 JTase 2.1 5 3 1 71 Wade g... 1 0 2| Jones*.. 4 .-0 SiMcCunc 1 JH arrison 306 Pis. 0 rts. 8 6 3 18 10 Totals ..,..14 937| -Totals ....13 531 Score by periods: SYCKES MUSIC SHOP 7 20 27 37 INDEPENDENTS 10 17 25 31 Officials—Hart.man and Burke. Half-Game Separates Lakers From Royals (Bit The Associated Press) A mere half-game separated the second - place Minneapolis Lakers from the pacesetting Rochester Royals today in the National Basketball Association's tight Western Division race. The Royals, who have not been out of first place since February 10, saw their lead dwindle to ten 'percentage points as they bowed to the Baltimore Bullets. 99-96, last night in the only game played. Rochester lias seven games remaining and the Lakers fiix. Bob Davis of the Royals garnered scoring laurels with 33 points. Don Barksdale topped the Bullets with 25. Arizin-Mikaii Scoring Duel Conlinuce Tonight PHILADELPHIA — M>) .- The Arizin-Mikan duel continues tonight as a sideline, or more correctly, a feature of the final regular season National Bjisketball Association meeting between the Philadelphia Wnrriors and Minneapolis Lakers. Arizin, Philadelphia's "Pitchin" Paul." has amassed a lead of 73 points over big "George Mikan of the Lakers in the race for the NBA scoring title. Arizin nccd.s 23 points to become the third player in big league pro history to tally 1,500 in a season. Mikan is one of the others. I: Spartans Re-Elect BOSTON— (IP)— Bones McKinney,! Kcpford Captain captain of the Boston Celtics in the NBA, is joined by millions of folks throughout the world whenever he [celebrates his birthday and marriage- anniversary. They happen to be New Year's and Christmas Day. EAST LANSING, Mich.—W)—Jim Kepford, captain of Michigan State's Big Ten championship cross country team last fall, was re-elected captain of the team for 1952. It ij only 1/8 S.MKHAMC ST. 1 McKinney was born on Jan. 1. 1919 the second time in Spartan crow iat Lowlands, N. C. He was married country history that the same man (on Dec. 25, 1941. (has been made captain twice. LITTLE CHHF PONT I AC SAYS- Mlkvy Ends Brilliant Cage Career At Temple PHILADELPHIA— (/P) —Temple University fans will wait a long time before they run across another BUI Mlkvy. The six-foot, five Palmerton, Pa- native ended the best cage career in Temple history last night as the Owls dropped a 59-56 decision to city rival St. Joseph's. Mlkvy closed out three years of varsity basketball competition with a fair 19-point performance—far from his best. But the 19 raised his collegiate total to 1,539, a mark not reached by many collegians. His senior year (418 points) was considered disappointing by many of Mlkvy's followers who were counting on him to repeat his All-America selection of last year. West Virginia's Fritllcy May Slick Wilh Indians TUCSON, Ariz.— (IP)— Rookie Outfielder Jim Pridley of Philippi, W. Va. has a "good chance" to stay all season with the Cleveland Indians, Manager Al Lopez said today. The job he's after: Right field, a perennial Indian problem.. Bob Kennedy and Harry Simpson have alternated there but haven't hit. Pridley hit .229 for Dallas last season and has never played higher than Class AA ball. Six foot one and 210 pounds, Fridley looks like a football player. He was —played tackle for West Virginia University. County Softball Loop Meeting Set Tonight The County Softball League will meet tonight, 7:30. at DeHavens In Corriganville t discuss an eight- team circuit. Four teams — Hyndman, South End Rockets, Mt. Savage and Frostburg—all have expressed a desire to enter the league. Six clubs made up the loop last year. Election of officers will also take place. Any teams or managers desiring further information a« to joining the circuit are asked to contact the Sports Shoppe or phone 5147. The Florida State University football team set 21 individual and nine team school records during the recently concluded grid season. LITTLE SPORT By Region Durocher Hints Catcher Noble May Be Traded To Pittsburgh PHOENIX, Ariz. — (/P) — Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants hinted today that Catcher Ray Noble may be traded. Noble checked into camp yesterday and Durocher remarked that the hefty Cuban re-' ceiver would make a good catcher for several clubs, especially Pittsburgh and Boston. o VERO BEACH, Fla.—(/P)—Injuries are hampering the Brooklyn Dodg- Qark Brings Back Confederate Theme MIAMI—(^Pj—Owner -Trainer John H. Clark of Lexington, Ky. has brought the popular Confederate theme to racing at Hialeah. When one of his horses wins, Clark flies ers' conditioning program. Catcher Roy Campanella, the National League's Most Valuable Player in 1951, is sidelined indefinitely with a sore thigh, which hampered his play last year. Second Baseman Jackie Robinson has a sore shoulder and Pitcher Ralph Branca is suffering from asthma. TUCSON, Ariz. — (fl>) — Cleveland General Manager Hank Greenberg, still casting around for a good outfielder, just about gave up today on the idea of getting an Indian uniform on Detroit's Hoot Evers. "Evers has been looking awfully good," Red Ruffing, who has been scouting around the Florida camps for Hank, reported from Lakeland, Fla. The gimmick: The Tigers have decided to keep him. Anyhow, Second Baseman Roberto Avila finally signed his contract for an estimated $20,000, almost double last year's figure. o SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.—(/Pi- Pittsburgh Pirate officials say Pitcher Jim Walsh will be placed on the waiver list if he does not accept his 1952 contract today. The veteran righthander is classed as a definite holdout. He is being offered some $10,000. If the Scranton, Pa., hurler is put out on waivers and no other club claims him, he will go to the minor leagues. Meanwhile, the Pirates signed Pitcher Murry Dickson, 20-game winner last season, for a reported $25,000. Only other player still outside the fold is Home Run Slugger Ralph Kiner. He has permission to work out with the team and discuss contract terms later with the Bucs' president. o PASADENA, Calif— (/P)— Chicago White Sox Manager Paul_ Richards today called in the five pitchers and a catcher left in El Centre last Friday for additional drills. Joining the main White Soc squad here are Pitchers Chuck Stobbs, Luis Alorna, Saul Rogovin, Ray Preston and Lou Kretlow • and Catcher Bud Sheely. Coach Luman Harris has been in charge of them. Also expected to arrive tonight— 120 hours late—are Minnie Minoso, Willie Maranda and Hector Rodriquez. La Vale Team To Meet Candidates for the La Vale soft- bail team of the County League will meet tonight, 8 o'clock, at the home of Roy Burkett.' Refreshments will be served. Duiilap Surprises By Beating Brion SA.N FRANCISCO Dunlap, an obscure . (/p) _ Bob Negro, may have projected himself into the national heavyweight fight picture with a surprising and convincing victory over Cesar Brion^last night. Dunlap, 182 »,4, from Oakland, Calif., who never seems to stop throwing leather, twice felled 193 pound Brion, who twice stayed ten rounds with Joe Louis. Dunlap, a 3-1 underdog, was punching strongly at the end of the ten-rounder and was given a unanimous decision. He dropped Brion in the second and ninth rounds. The Associated Press gave Dunlap seven rounds, Brion one with two even. Daii Cupid Costs Vols Services Of Three Linemen t KNOXVILLE, Tenn.— (/P) —Dan Cupid has cost the Tennessee football squad the services of three reserve linemen Tackles Oaka Williams and Dan Laughlin and Guard Bill Addonizio have been dropped from the squad for getting man-led, Athletic Director Bob Neyland said today. Neyland has a standing rule that an athlete will not be retained on scholarship after he marries. Eskin's Test Causes Switch to Calvert the stars and bars over his barn. His exercise boys wear T-shirts with the Confederate flag.on the front. Clark himself wears a battle cap. 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