The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1949 · Page 20
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i 20-THE EVENING NEWS, Harrisburg, Whisler Named President Of Midget Baseball Loop, May Enroll at Firehouse Plans, moved forward last night league campaign in the Harrisburg area. At a meeting of several potential team representatives the foun dation was laid for the formation of were named to work out a plan ell concerned. Charles Whisler, president of the Harrisburg Optimists club was named as president of the new organization that still needs a name. The ener getic Whisler has been one of the prime movers in the work of getting midget ball started in this section and his choice for head of the new organization was almost a foregone conclusion. Bob Oiement, director of the Boy's Club of Harrisburg. another group anxious to get midget ball off to a good start, was named as vice-president, while Bob McClure was selected as secretary-treasurerr. Representatives from all the city's service clubs, two Catholic parishes, the Catholic Youth Center, the Cen tral YMCA, the Marine Corps league, and two independent clubs. one from Riverside and the other from Bressler, were all in attendance at the meeting held in Parlor D of the Penn-Harris hotel. The group was told that a diamond will be available for midget ball at the Boy's Club grounds, 13th and Berryhill streets, another will be built by the city on a site to be selected, and a third diamond will undoubtedly be made available in Colonial Park through the efforts of Bob Fohl. Bob Hawley, representing Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church, 3rd and Woodbine streets, suggested that a census be taken of all boys between the ages of nine and twelve who are interested in playing midget ball during the coming summer. Hawley asked that the firehouses be designated as polling places and that the boys register there at their own convenience. In this manner it was expected that the men in charge of the proposed league, or leagues, would have a better idea of the number of boys who wish to take part in the sport. The registration plan was taken under advisement, but will probably be put into operation as the first step in determining the number of midget league teams, boys available for the proposed If enough interest is shown there may be two complete leagues operating in Harrisburg this summer, with two additional leagues on the West Shore, all eligible to send their champions to the state finals, which were held last year at Williamsport. Charge Indians kerSteal SAN JUAN, P. R. ( AP) Arti' Wilson, a hard-hitting Negro shortstop now playing in the Puerto Rican League, was signed yesterday by the Cleveland baseball club and shortly afterwards the New York Yankees accused the Indians of "unethical" practices. Wilson, 28, who batted .402 for Birmingham in the Negro American League last year, was signed personally by Tribe President Bill Veeck, who flew here with his trav eling secretary, Spud Goldstein. The Yankees announced last week they had approached Wilson. They were supposed to have the Negro star in the bag. In New York yesterday, George Weiss, general manager of the Yankees, said Cleveland "has acted unethically if not in direct violation of baseball law." He said he would present the Yan-kees side of the case fully sometime today. Veeck said Wilson would report to the Tribe's training camp in Tucson, Ariz., March 1. He said the rest would be up to Manager Lou Bou-dreau. Ten Cardinals in Fold for Season ST. LOUIS (AP) Shortstop Marty Marion, seven other players and two coaches have signed their 1949 contracts, the Cardinals' office announced yesterday. This will be the 31-year-old shortstop's 10th season with the Cardinals. His salary was not announced, but it is believed to be somewhere around $20,000. Marion reported that his injured knee, which slowed him down early last season, has completely healed. Also, he said, the back pains which once troubled him have disappeared. Besides Marion, those whose con tracts were announced as signed were Coaches Terry Moore and Buzzy Wares, utility man Erv Dusak, first baseman Nippy Jones and third baseman Don Lang of last year's squad. New players signing were infielder Eddie Kazak, second baseman Francis Haus and pitchers Bill Reeder and Cloyd Boyer. Mahanoy City Courtman Gets 7 JO in Two Games1 HONOLULU, T. H. (AP) Basketball center Al Kisho scored 110 points this week. In two games, that is. Kisho, an Army sergeant from Mahanoy City, Pa., scored 85 points for the South Sector Commandos in a 152-to-53 triumph over Fort Kamehaha in the United States Army Pacific League. He poured in 38 field goals and nine free throws. Playing earlier with the Girlie Hart Robinson quintet in the Honolulu Amateur Basketball League, Kisho netted 25 points against Chinen Service but dogone if that team didn't win, 74 to 70. The high-scoring sergeant played high school basketball at Mahanoy City. With Pa., Friday, February If, 1949 for the coming midget .baseball one or more leagues, and officers of action that will be suitable to HE CAN SUE NOW Danny Gardella, former New York Giants outfielder, got another chance to press his $300,000 lawsuit against the Giants and the leagues, which barred him after he went to the Mexican League in 1946. United States Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court's dismissal of the suit.' ardella Urged To Reconsider WASHINGTON (AP) A baseball man turned Congressman said yesterday that organized baseball may suffer a death bloW from the law suit brought by Danny Gardella, former New York Giants player. Rep. A. S. (Sid) Herlong, D., Fla. urged in a House speech that Gardella reconsider his action "before it is too late." Herlong was president , of the Florida State League before he ran for Congress. . He told the House the Gardella case "could well sound the death knell for the sport that has kindled the fires of ambition in the breasts of so many thousands of young Americans." The United States Court of Appeals in New York directed the Federal Court Tuesday to decide whether radio broadcasting and televising of baseball games has brought baseball within reach of Federal anti-trust laws. Gardella suspended by organized baseball in the United States, when he jumped his contract with the New York Giants in 1946 to play in Mexico, has sued for $300,000 dam ages. He claims organized oaseDan is a monopoly and h is being deprived of his livelihood by the suspension. His suit was first dismissed in District Court. On his appeal, how ever, the Court of Appeals ordered the lower court to hear the case. In Tuesday's decision, Judge Jerome N. Frank made it clear that he believes the reserve clause in baseball contracts is illegal. The clause gives the baseball club holding a player's contract the exclusive right to his services and the right to sell or trade him. The individual player cannot negotiate for himself unless released by the club. Mickey Owen Fails to Support Gardella Case SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UP) Danny Gardella got no sympathy at all today from former catcher Mickey Owen, who is in the same boat for "jumping" to the Mexican League. "I hope Gardella loses his suit said Owen. The former Brooklyn Dodger star revealed that he visiited Gardella recently and asked him to drop his suit but that Gardel'a refused. The United States Court a' Appeals has ordered that the case be tried even though it was thrown out of a lower court. I am in sympathy with organized baseball," said Owen. "Basebnli didn't force me to go to Mexico. It was my own weakness. If 1 have to sit out the full five years (the suspension received from organized baseball) I'll do it. But I won't sue baseball. It needs the reserve clause. ' Owen, who has devoted his time to farming during his suspension, said that "every player who jumped to the Mexican League has signed an appeal asking for reinstatement with the exception of Gardella. oul Goals Help St. Francis Win With each team collecting 23 field goals, the St. Francis quintet gained a 57-to-56 decision over the St. Peter's cagers on the basis of an ll-to-10 edge in foul conversions, last night in their Senior Parish League fray at the Catholic Youth Center. Harry DeFrank of St. Francis and Bill Zolgar of St. Peter's waged a scoring duel and also came out even With 15 points apiece. In other league contests, Powers chipped in with 15 points to pace the Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament team to a 45-to-35 victory over St. James and four heavy scorers marked Sacred Heart's triumph over Our Lady of Seven Sorrows, 57 to 50. DeSanto and Rodgers each had 12 Doints for Sacred Heart, while McCurdy collected 13 and Henry 10 St. School Baseball League Formed; York New Entry Admission of York High as a member of the Central Pennsylvania Baseball League yesterday boosts the circuit to six clubs. The White Roses are resuming the sport this season after a long lay-off, with Ed Tuleya at the coach. Election of A. O. Brittain, of Her- shey High, as president of the league, and Paul Yingst, of Lebanon, as sec retary-treasurer, also was announced. Other representatives at the meeting were: Charles F. Snyder, John Harris; Eugene Brunner, William Penn; Charles Showalter, Hershey Industrial, and Raymond Shetter, York. Play Ten Games Each school will play a homeand- away series with the others, giving each a 10-game schedule. Opening date has been set as April 21. The league is scheduled to complete its season on May 24. Each postponed game, it was decided, must be played within a week from the date of the scheduled contest. All games are to begin at 3.30 o'clock. The schedule, as announced by the league, will be as follows: April 21 William Penn at Hershey Industrial; Lebanon at York; Hershey at John Harris. April 26 Hershey Industrial at Lebanon; John Harris at William Penn; York at Hershey. April 28 York at Hershey Industrial; Hershey at William Penn; Lebanon at John Harris. May 3 Hershey Industrial at Her shey; William Penn at Lebanon; Johnji, Harris at York. May 5 John Harris at Hershey Industrial; York at William Penn; Lebanon at Hershey. May 10 Hershey Industrial at William Penn; York at Lebanon; John Harris at Hershey. May 12 Lebanon at Hershy Indus trial; William Penn at John Harris; Hershey at York. May 17 Hershey Industrial at York; William Penn at Hershey; John Harris at Lebanon. May 19 Hershey at Hershey In dustrial; Lebanon at William Penn; York at John Harris. May 24 Hershey Industrial at John Harris; William Penn at York; Her shey at Lebanon. Dupsne Boston College BOSTON (UP) A slick Du- quesne University DasKetDau leam led from the opening whistle to the final horn last night to beat Boston College, 52 to 42, before 1097 fans at the Garden. In winning their 14th game in 16 starts, the Dukes overpowered tho shorter Boston College team to play their own brand of ball. Fast passing and quick pivot shots gave Duquesne an advantage throughout the battle, though Bos ton displayed aggressive backboard play. The Dukes throttled back in the second half when they built up a 22' point lead and Boston's inaccurate shooting showed no signs of straight ening out. Cut Down Margin Paced by center Tom Deegan, who led the scoring with 17 points, the Eagles staged a 14-point scoring splurge in the final period to trim the lead to 10 points by "game's end. Blond guard Ed Dahler scored 15 points for Duquesne. Rochester Wins Over Baltimore BALTIMORE (UP) The Roches ter Royals paid their last visit of the season to the Coliseum last night and trounced the Baltimore Bullets, 90 to 76, in a bitterly fought Basket ball Association of America game. The Bullets, led1 by veteran Chick Reiser, jumped into the lead at the start of the game and remained out in front until the opening minutes of the third period when Big Mike Novak sent the Royals into the fore, 54 to 53. Two fast field goals by center Arnie Risen, who led the scorers with 27 points sent the Royals on their win ning way. Bob Davies, who popped up in the thick of the fight through out the game, was second high scorer for the night with 25 points. Reiser also notched 25 points to show the way for Baltimore, while John (Stretch) Pelkington, a veteran of 15 years in professional basketball, was second for the Bullets with 17. TRADITIONAL RIVALS Maryland's basketball team meets the representatives of the University of Cincinnati this season for the first time. Beats Scholastic Basketball Card GAMES TONIGHT Central Penn Lett no Steelton at Lancaster. John Harris at Reading. York at Hershey Industrial. Central Pena Catholic Leatue Catholic High vs. Lebanon, alestra. Delone at Lancaster. Lower Susquehanna Conference Middletown at Susquehanna. Lemoyne at Lower Paxton. Camp Hill at Highspire. Swatara at Hummelstown. New Cumberland at Enola. 'South Penn ' Conference Waynesboro at Chambersburg. Hershe:- at Mechanicsburg. Carlisle at Hanover. Shippensburg at Gettysburg. Upper Dauphin Leaaue Ellzabethville at Wieonlsco. Dalmalla at Porter Township. Williamstown at Millersburg. Frailey Township at Lykens. Adams County League Biglerville at York Springs, Llttlestown at New Oxford. Lebanon County League Palmyra at Annville. Cornwall at Myerstown. illllllllllliillliil 4 i "MsiKmlffSmSf IlilBiilllillf fiSmKlp It l5illip llliBif I lllilll 11 lillilllllllilllW lSP , ' . , JOE Basketball Record of 63 Points Set by PHILADELPHIA (UP) Lanky Warriors' sharpshooter, set a new record last night by scoring 63 points against the Indianapolis Jets. The feat cracked the previous mark of 48 points established by big George Mikan, of the Minneapolis had set the previous record against -f- Washington last January 30 With 714 minutes of play remain ing, Fulks had boosted his total to 54 points. The six-foot, five-inch Fulks scored more than half of his team's points as the Warriors topped the Jets, 108 to 87. In breaking the record held by Mikan, Fulks sent 27 field goals and nine free throws through the nets. Fulks took 56 shots at the basket in racking up his 27 field goals. He, had 30 points In the first half, piling up 33 more after intermission, Fulks, current BAA leader, al though Mikan has played in fewer games and has a higher average, now has 1196 points for 46 games. Playing all but the last minute, Fulks scored 15 points in the first quarter, 15 in the S2cond, 19 in the third and 14 in the last. By making 33 in the second half, he also bettered the league record of 31 for a half, held by New York's Carl Braun. Played by 5 Men Carlisle Towery, Price Brookfield, John Mandic, Leo Mogus and Jack Eskridge all tried unsuccessfully to stop the Warriors' 26-year-old star. Each fouled him at least once. Fulks, still weak from a stomach ailment which bothered him all last week, was dead-tired when Manager Eddie Gottlieb took him out for the first time with 58 seconds remaining. Fulks' previous high in the BAA was the 47 points he tallied against Providence this season. The 1611 points he scored in 70 BAA games, regular season and playoff, in 1946-47 is an all-time season record for professional basketball. The smallest crowd of the season of 1500 was on hand for Joe's spectacular performance because of a transportation strike that was due to go in tp effect at midnight The game itself was dominated by the Warriors after a 9-to-9 tie midway through the opening period. Then the home team spurted to a 23-to-14 edge at the quarter and a 49-to-38 advantage at the half. In other league contests, the Lakers retained a narrow lead of five percentage points over the second-place Rochester Royals in the western division race by beating the New York Knickerbockers, 95 to 75, at Minneapolis, while the Royals were defeating the Baltimore Bullets, 90 to 76, at Baltimore. t Golden Gaels Get Even Split With Lebanon Foes An extra-period game was won and another lost by the Golden Gaels teams of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church last night against respective' Lebanon St. Mary's quintets, at Lebanon. After the St. Mary's reserves defeated the Golden Gaels understudies in the opener, 15 to 13, the Golden Gaels first team squeezed out a 31 to 28 decision over the Leb anon regulars. A field goal In the last few seconds of the fourth period by Bruno DiMartile enabled the Blessed Sacrament cagers to knot the count. Twin-County Lewue Juniata Joint at Duncannon. Perry County League Liverpool at Blain. Greenwood Joint at Green Park Union. Franklin County Leaaue Mercersburg at Scotland Orphana' Greencastle at McConnellsburg. Washington Township at Lem asters. South Schuylkill League Mlnercville at Hegins. Cass Township at Pine Grove. Orwlgsburg at Schuylkill Haven. Port Carbon at Branch Township. Tremont at Rellly Township. North Schuylkill League Ashland at Shenandoah. Gilberton at Girardville. Frackvllle at West Mahanoy Twp. Butler Township at St. Clair. Other Games Steelton Jr. High at Mechanicsburg Jr. High. Milroy at Burnham. Elliabethtown at Manheim Boro. South Williamsport at Jersey Shore. Newport at New Bloomfield. Yeagertown at McVeytown. Lewistown at Huntingdon. Middleburg at West Beaver Township. Saturday's Game William Penn vs. Lebanon, Palestra. fulks . Warrior Star Joe Fulks, towering Philadelphia Basketball Association 6f America Lakers. The six-foot, 10-inch Mikan me McKeever Louisiana Coach BATON ROGE, La. - (UP) - E.1 McKeever, former head coach at Notre Dame and Cornell, has been named backfield coach at Louisar.a State University, replacing Jess Fatheree, President Harold W. Stoke announced last night, Dr. Stoke also announced that Alt Satterfield, former Vanderbilt Uni versity football star, has been named assistant line coach. The two new ad ditions round out the LSU coaching staff for the 1949 football season. Stoke declined to comment on salaries or contract commitments relative to either appointment. McKeever comes to LSU from the Chicago Rockets where he was head coach during last season. In 1947, he was head coach at the University of San Francisco, and in 1945-46, he was head coach at Cornell. He served as head coach for one year at Notre Dame in 1944. Satterfield was line coach at Lit tle Rock, Ark., High School last year He graduated from Vanderbilt in 1946, where he played under Norman Cooper. He also played one year with the professional San Francisco 49'ers Fatheree is now at Mississippi State under Arthur (Slick) Morton, Head Coach Gaynell Tinsley and other LSU officials declined to comment "for the present" on the new addi tions Hershey Bears Purchase Fred Hunt From Buffalo BUFFALO (AP) The Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League announced last night the sale of Freddie Hunt to the Hershey Bears in a straight cash deal. Hunt had been with the Bisons since 1942 with the exception of one season with the National League New York Rangers. Chicago Hawks Topple Rangers Won Lost Tie Pts. Detroit 28 14 4 60 Boston 22 18 4 48 Montreal 18 20 7 43 Toronto 15 18 12 42 Chicago 17 24 5 39 New York 14 20 10 38 NEW YORK (INS) The Chicago Black Hawks escaped the National Hockey League cellar last night and pushed the New York Rangers back into the coal-hole. The Hawks de feated the Rangers, 3 to 1, In New York. Ray Conacher and Adam Brown whipped last-period goals into the net to break a tie and win for the Black Hawks before 13,068 fans. Alex Kaleta scored for the Rangers at 9.45 of the first period to give them a short-lived lead. However, Gus Bodnar of the Black Hawks tied it up at 8.15 of the second period, Our Scientific MOTOR TUNE-UP SERVICE ELIMINATES GUESSWORK by Appointment $F" Of) Complete Tune-up 3 PLUS REPLACEMENT PARTS BRAME'S GULF SERVICE 14th & Market Sts. Ph. York, Lancaster, Reading Faced by Senators' Quintet Won Lost Pet. .667 .579 .571 .500 .455 .400 .300 WUlianuport 14 T Reading 11 Harrisburg ........... 12 PottsvUle .10 York 10 . Lancaster f Sunbury ( 8 9 10 12 9 14 Last Nifht'l Score PotUvllle, 78; Reading, 73. Tonight'! Schedule Harrisburg at York. Tomorrow Night's Schednle Lancaster at Harrisburg. Reading at Sunbury. Sunday's Schedule . Harrisburg at Reading. Sunbury at Lancaster. Havins been the closest team to coma within sDoilinz York Victory's spotless record at home in the East ern Professional Basketball League. the Harrisburg Senators will attempt to achieve the feat again tonight against the York club on the York Junior College court. In their meet ing at York, the Senators had rai lied to eo ahead of the York quin tet until two foul shots by Lee Bry-messer turned back the Harrisburg club. 70 to 69, in the waning seconds In ton eht's battle at York, tne first of three crucial tests for Coach Russell Tuckey's Senators over the week-end. the Harrisburg team will have a glorious opportunity to move into second position aneaa 01 xne Reading Keys, who were beaten last nipht at Pottsville. Only a few per centage points in back of the Keys, the Senators realize that a victory will mean much to their title hopes and will afford every opportunity to get revenge over the York court' men. No matter what happens at York tonight, the Senators face more trouble tomorrow and Sunday with games against the Lancaster toc' ets and Reading. Keys, respectively Tjinrastpr. which checked the Sen' ators in an appearance here several weeks ago when Bill Zubic tallied 41 noints. will Dlay for the last time Ion the regular schedule tomorrow night at 9.15 o'clock at zemoo Temple, after which the Senators sa to Readina in another battle that should have an important bearing on the second-place occupant to meet the Keys at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Plavoff Hopes at Slake Much attention is being directed on the Lancaster contest ai uic Mosque tomorrow, since the Rocket: lUUlUilVW, aAilll. n.fc. offer a serious threat to the clubs seeking one of the four playoff (berths. The .Kocicets ana jveys aie the only two league ciuos to turn back the Senators on tne Mosque floor thus far this season and noth- ing would please the Senators more than to atone for the losses in the two impending contests. Two preliminary games and a foul shootine tourney will be included tomorrow's program at the in Mncnup with the first eame getting under way at 7.15 o'clock. The foul shooting contest will be staged De tween the halves of the Harrisburg r r i itk Tnhn TV-itr Lancaster icaiuie wim uvun ers, coach of the junior-varsity team nf th Harr sbure Boys C1UD, m A trophy and other prizes Will UK Bffaiucu fcv shooters among the group selected i .ji in ha host ton from each of the competing clubs. Opening the festivities tomorrow nisht will be a Eame between the Boys' Club junior-varsity and the Pegasus quintet of Hagerstown, ma., aftes which the Friendly Tavern of Steelton and the Modern Army and Maw miirtmpn of HarrisburB will clash in the Eastern States Amateur League fray. Court Invasion Ahead of Bisons Rurknell University's basketball teams will return to the road tomorrow for a total of six games on foreign courts. Coach Jack Guy's varsity win seeK revense for a one-point loss tomor row night when the Bisons encoun ter Lehigh at Bethlehem, ine jui- gineers scored a 50-to-49 tnumpn nvor the Bucknellians in the final minute of a game at Lewisburg early in the season. . The Bisons also travel to meet Rnffalo. Saturday. February 19, and Gettysburg Wednesday, February 23. Then they return to entertain Muh lenberg. Bucknell's winning freshman team will embark for a game at Kings College tomorrow. After testing the Navv Plebes at Annapolis on Satur day, February 19, the Baby Bisons will journey with the varsity to uet-tysburg on February 23. A one-Doint loss to the Gettysburg frosh I mars the freshman record. Swatara Reserves Bow To Penbrook Juniors Coach Adam Hoover's Penbrook v-uam n" ,," dumur iiisu v.oHw.. r captured a 30-to-13 decision from the Swatara Township High reserves. . . in a game at Oberiin last nignt who tallied 1 12 Frank Baumcardner. points on six field goals paced tha Penbrook cagers to their fifth vie- tory in six starts. PACIFIC COAST HOCKEY New Westminster, 4; Portland, 1 Vital Games for Catholic and Susquehanna League Encounters 1 onight ay ixzx AAiiinnn Lebanon Catholic vs. Catholic High at the Palestra and Middletown vs. Susquehanna Township at Progress stand out as the most interesting attractions in tonight's scholastic basketball schedule. Both the Crusaders and Susquehanna hold down second place in their respective leagues and neither can well afford another loss in its fight for tne cnamDionsniD. t Catholic High now shares the run- ner-up post with Delone and the locals are one game behind York on the losing side, with five contests Ipft. Unless the Crusaders set bv Lebanon, which is within close reach of second place, they might well slip to fourth position. Delone also plays tonight, but is expected to have a much easier time with cellar-dwelling Lancaster. Need Win to Hold Place While a loss for Susquehanna would be a severe jolt to its title hopes, a defeat for Middletown would all but eliminate the Blue Raiders from the race. Susquehanna now trails Camp Hill by one game, and Middltown, in third place, is two games off the pace. Each has five contests remaining. No rhanee is exDected in the rank ing of the three leading contenders for the Central Pennsylvania League chamDionshirj. with Reading favored over John Harris, York over Her shey Industrial and Steelton over Lancaster. Harris struck winning form in its most recent encounter, with Hershey Industrial, and moves into Reading with a better spirit. The Pioneers also gave the Red Knights one of their stiffer tests in the first-hall campaign and, at the same time, held Connie Dettling, high-scoring center, well in check. However, the Knights who have lost only to Steelton in league nlay. are more "... . v . j than the Hill boys can be expected to handle. Guard Against Upset Possibility of a let-down is the only thing that might hurt Steelton at Lancaster. The Steamrollers were really up for their recent victory over Reading. If they play their usual brand of ball tonight,' they should dispose of the Red Roses handily. Now back in a tie with Reading for first place, York hopes to main tain winning form at Hershey in dustrial, rne wnne noses retau . v . i u i hat iey were grven a by Hershey on their home court last month, before squeezing out a -- u aecisiun, aim ie uui !.as ""- s knorhns Hffhtlv However. Hershey 0u.ku..u has been hanmcappea in tne several games because of the absence oi regular pwj uc"" ana it may not De ai iun Bui6 again tonignt. . Penn Plays lomorrow . .. :i- Meanwhile, Wimam renn its meeting with Lebanon at the Fa- its meeting wiin irnon lestra tomorrow night, The Tigers will be out for revenge, having blown a lead in tne secona nm u the Cedars at Lebanon last month, In addition to the Middletown- Susquehanna ensaeement. other Lower Susquehanna games tonight have Camp Hill at Hignspire, lemoyne at Lower Paxton, Swatara at ----- . . Hummelstown and New Cumberland at tnoia. Chambersburg, which again looks ikp a sure wiiuier in mc ouumsiii . - j ,,u Pennsylvania Conference, no doubt will maintain ius yeno-v icw. ... leaeue competition by stopping Wflvn pshnro. Hershev is at Mechan irshuri?. Carlisle at Hanover and Shippensburg at Gettysburg in other engagements Battle to Draw NEW YORK (AP) Joey Carkido 142. of Youncstown. Ohio, and An cvirt Mnreanti. 145. of New York, battled to an eight-round draw last night in the feature fight at bunny side Garden Basketball Scores Scholastic Games West Philadelphia. 43; Olney 41 Southern, 49; Gratz, 47. Bok Vocational, 49; Roxbor- ough, 40. Northeast, 36; Overbrook, 3S. Sharpsburg, 65; Braddock, 53. Donora, 41; Duquesne High, 35. Greensburg, 47; Latrobe, 45. Apollo, 34; Elders Ridge. 27. College Games Georgia Tech, 57; Florida, 49. Detroit, 54; Michigan Normal, 46. Rice, 62; Southern Methodist, 50. Beckley College, 63; West Virginia Wesleyan, 55. Bloomsburg Teachers, 64; Lycoming, 52. Texas Aggies, 39; Texas Chris tian, 37. Connecticut, 44; Boston Univ. Bates. 67: Providence, 65. Vireinia State. 74: J. C. Smith, 53. Arnold, 60; Upsala, 57. Hampden-Sydney, 71; Roanoke Col lege, 43. Springfield College, 59; tmiioll iuweu Textile, 28. Dayton, 48; Toledo, 42. Erskine, 70; College of i"v.orlae Vnai ICS- ton, 52. Morris-Harvey, 72; Broaddus, 70. Alderson . .... Lincoln Memorial university Lincoln Memorial (Tenn.). 62: Carson-Newman uenn., J, ' Mil. Virginia Tech, 66; University of Virginia, 64 Schooli 70; Shenandoah College (Va.), Randolph-Macon. 64; Lynchburg College, 55. Bloomsburg. 64; Lycoming. 52. nrllVlBY Keep Your Bin Filled. There's StlU PROMPT DillVEKI pinty f Weather Ahead. ERNEST E. LATSHA 2285 N. 7th St. "For Clean Courteous Service" Phone 3-1953 in Leading Title Clinched in Adams Loop by oiling Springs Winner of the Adams County League championship, Boiling Springs High's basketball team today began looking forward to the District 3, PIAA, Class C playoffs. However, before starting the elimination tourney, the Bubblers hope to dispose of York Springs in their lone remainine leaeue con test, at Mechanicsburg next Friday. This would give Coach Don beibert s lads a perfect record in league competition 10 victories in as many starts. The Bubblers sewed up the title by trouncing East Berlin at Mechanicsburg last night, 46 to 20. They held only a 7-to-5 lead at the first quarter, but in the second period amassed 17 points while limiting East Berlin to two and were in command thereafter. They restricted East Berlin to four field goals. Outstanding for the Bubblers was Wilbert DiehL with 15 points. Mum-mert topped the East Berlin scorers with eight points. I in the junior-varsity game, aoiiing iSprings disp0Sed of East Berlin, 35 to 18. Bnth the Boiline SDrines varsitv and jay-vee teams now boast overall records of 13 victories in 14 games. Packard Leads Five -Man Group Two new names were listed among , th h annual Har. nriM hnwlin rhamninn. .. .f fV, " m,ifow ,, - alleys. The Packard team of the Veterans League rolled games of 901, 941, and i , 27 99. With the addition of a 366 i m h. Din handicaD the Packard boys had 3165, or enough to move into first nlace in the five man division ' n n,MnV ith a ,Q7 tnta, nn(1 gh ith 5g8 ed the packard ;nnn1inI, th. ,.,.. sn(i this pair will be well worth watch ing when they team up in the doubles on Saturday nieht. Whizzer Bicycle Shop dropped to second Dlace in the five-man team standings, their 3059 total only good enough to give them the lead for one day. Holland Inn, with 3021 slid back to third place, while a newcomer to the top five, the Otstot's Service Station, took over fourth place with a 3018 total. There were no changes in the leaders among the doubles, and singles ' divisions, but many of the Dresent leaders may find themselves among the also rans when the final pins are dropped on Sunday night. The leaders are as follows: Five - Man Teams Packard . 3165 309 3021 3018 2988 1221 1213 1179 1174 1168 694 687 6S0 609 602 1708 1640 1626 1611 1607 Whizzer Bicycle Shop Holland Inn Otstot's Service Station Railway Express Doubles J. Kulp P. Kmm C. Kramer W. Horner J. Louden H. Whitmer TC. Wilson C. Thompson F. Pagano J. Enny Singles J. Hunter C. Thompson S. Lego H. Lyons F. Johnson All - Events W. Horner K. Wilson F. Johnson C Thompson J.- RuH Tan inn Ctkmn F.afflp 2690; riaimliln Tnhann rnmnanV 9ft:iQ: Khaf- 'fer's Hardware, 2760; Quicley's Esso, 2775; Steel Foundry, No. 2, 2721; "Y's" Men, 2783: Aces, 2922; Heath for Heating, 2886; Harklson Chevrolet. 2714; Schneider ac Vrt,tr.r 97Q;- Tnnlrnrri .llfi.S! Dtstnt'!! Serv ice Station. 3018; Penbrook, 2899; National Life Insurance 2474; West Shore Kes-taurant. 2840: Rolling Mills. 2777; Mer chants Delivery, 2938; D. & H. Dis tributing Company, 2788; Slug's, 29B1; Keystone Oil Products Company, 2787; Central Tire Store. 2819. This Evening's Schedule 7 o'clock Local No. 1974, CIO vs. Pumps: Hershey's Ice Cream vs. Tha Tops, City Line Diner vs. Rex Garage, Chris Logan vs. Sutliff Chevrolet, Pax-tans Grille vs. C. E. Aldridge, David's vs. Harrisburg Steel, Bernard McCall vs. Barmont-Jones, Rdams & Rombercer vs. vs Johnny Durbin. 9 o'clock United Commercial Travelers vs. Irwin's Dairy, Middletown Elks vs. Wag's Place, Lucky Strikes vs. Lane T . , un 1 t.,,on. rim.or. dale Beverages, Local 1688 vs. Brown's Pntotn China nnilcrhmnn Vans VS. Graupner's Jolly Scots, Carb's Memorials I ,, u,k.,. om. n.llnn. Hear ing Aids vs. Hamilton A. C. IRiii Danlsirarrtant uvui isuiuv,i,iih,ii llYt JlVin JJUlJt JVUVfUHJ " signed to substitute for Fitzie Pru- port, Pa.. Wednesday, February 16. Manhattan Center. The tournament of chamoions an nounced Pruden had withdrawn be cause of a hand injury. Do You Hava Heating Worries! We Hava the Answer . . . , ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS COAL

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