The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
December 16, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 18

Publication:
Location:
Sandusky, Ohio
Issue Date:
Friday, December 16, 1955
Page:
Page 18
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 18 article text (OCR)

II THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS ftmidiuky, O., rrl., Hec. 18, 195J Southern Ohio Hogging Cage Spotlight Tonight By BILL LEVY INS Sports Writer Southern Ohio grabs the Ohio schoolboy cage spotlight tonight with unbeaten Middletown and Hamilton facing key tilts at this early stage of the season. Middletown, which has averaged 89 points n game in flattening Dayton Dunbar, Mansfield and Franklin, tackles once-beaf- en Portsmouth, while Hamiltons three-time victors battle take part in numerous tournc- menls and carnivals carded for Springfield. The Big Blue playslthe Christmas vacation period, a second tilt Saturday night,! Southern Ohio, however meeting Kokomo, Ind. i doesn't have a monopoly on top- Portsmouth also sees cidublo f'S'H games, despite its appctiz- dUty, taking on Lancaster in a '"S tard this week. Saturday night cnconnter. * • • FOR MANY team.-s. tiiis week's game,'-- will be the final of the year. Several of the state's 1.000 quintets will call it riuils for lhe,.^„, , , ^. ^ holiday, but a great number will I ^•"••^^^.d for the Hrst Ume_t_his sea- Two of Columbus' best outfits. UMdeteated East and once-downed South, collide with the favorite's mantle going to East, which has three straight wins under its belt. South was de- Cage Menu TONIGHT SanduRky at Mnrion Harding FIndlny Kt Elyrla Lornln at Fremont Ross St, Mary'g at Clyde Fremont St.,Joe at Oenofi Laketide at Gibgonbvirg Elmore at Oak Harbor Milan at Greenwich Berlin Heights at Monrocvllle Towiiscnd-Wakeman at N, Haven Huron at WelHnRton Vermljlon at CICBrvlcw New London at Amherst Bellevtie at Norwnlk Port Clinton at Wtllard Norwalk St, haul at New Haven Lima at Mansfield Up Sandusky at Mansfield Mad. Ashland at Gallon Bucyrus at Crestline Plymouth at Bel"lcvllle Avon Lake at Firelands CALL ON COMMISSIONER—Bob Feller, left, of the Cleveland Indians, and Robin Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies, two of baseball 's great pitchers, arrive at the office of Baseball Com- tni.ssioner Ford Frick in New York, In their roles as player representatives of the two ma,|or leagnies. Feller and Roberts, who earlier issuPd what amounted to an ultimatum to the club owners asking for more considerate and realistic treatment of their various requests, had noth- Inf additional to disclose after their mcetinir with Frick. (NBA Tclephoto). Local Clubs Hit Road In Loop Debuts Sandusky High and St. Mary's are both booked for ; road games tonight, with the Blue Streaks returning to . the Junior High court Sat; urday night against Norwalk. That's the week-end cage picture for the two schools. The Streaks play at Marion Harding in tlie Buckeye Confer- "ence opener for both .schools. . Harding has an even split to ; show In__Ioiu' garoes while the f locals will be striving for their : first win in three tries. 5 Nomalk's sharp - .shooting, ! Truckers play Bcllevue at home i s tonight before their Saturday : scrap here. They defe.ated Elyria •last week, 53-51. • * + * j ST. MARY 'S shoots for victory: • No. 2 in a row without a lo.s.s at; J Clyde tonight in a Sandusky! •Bay Conference match, Clyde a!-: • ready owns one win in the SBC, 49-42. The Panthers will be trying to follow up Sunday's 82-39 victory over inept ro.storia St. Wendelin. Reserve game play at Clyde •tarts at 7:30, Basketball Scores COLLEGE St. Bonaventure 77. lona 52 Drake 72, South Dakota ()7 TuLsa 67, Western Kentucky RB Findlny 92, Lawrence Tech 87 Oklahoma 60, Arkan.sa.s ,"59 Tennessee 67. Sprin«field (Mass.) X'. Manshall 87, Ohio U. 71 Kentuck.v 62, Maryland fil Marietta 8G YounRstown RI • Ashlnnd 64, Wooster ,')0 .John Carroll 88, Western Reserve 64 Over-Rated Wildcats In Narrow Win Mays Wins NL Slugging Title Record Second Straight Year NEW YORK, Dec. 16 (UP)—Willie Mays, the New York Giants' brilliant centerfielder, today officially became the first player in a decade to win the National League's slugging crown two consecutive years. Figures released by the Elias Dupos Underdog With Lightburn Santee Clips Off Indoor Mile Mark NEW YORK, Dec. 16 (INS) — Wes Santee won the Metropolitan AAU Handicap Mile at New York's 102nd Engineer's Armory Thursday night in 4:10.2—fastest ever on indoor flat boards in New York. ; The time also clipped tlirec- • tenths of a second off .Santeo's own indoor flat board mark. THE VVINNAH! — Voted the outstanding player of an All- Anieiican team. Bob Pellegrini proudly holds the Walter Camp Memorial Trophy. Maryland's center closes out his CO II CRC career against Oklahoma in the Miami Orange Bowl, Jan. 2. f I Make This Christmas I A Nautical One I for the Man in Your Life I * Give Him a New 1956 Holiday Bronze I JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR By .lOlIN GRIFFIN United Press Sports Writer The amazing evidence continued to pile up today that the Kentucky basketball team may have been badly over-rated. Loaded with height and high- scoring veterans, this was sup- po.sed to be one of the be.st teams turned out in recent years by Coach Adolph Rupp, the highly' succe.s.'jful "Baron. of the Blue- '^rass." But a 62-61 victory over I Maryland Thursday night, saved I only by a desperate "freeze." jwas the Wildcats' third poor [showing within .six nights. I First, la.st Saturday, it was Temple that stunned the court world by whipping the Wildcats. 7.3-61. in the biggest upset this j sea.son. On Monday night, De- jPaul nearly did the same thing, 1 losing, 71-69, only on Jerry Bird's j basket for Kentucky with six seconds left. * • • THURSDAY night, at College Park, Md.. the Rupi>-men seemed to be finding themselves at last as they zipped to a 39-31 margin over the unranked Terrapins. Then, suddenly, Kentucky was in trouble again as Maryland staged •I rally. For the final 10 minutes, the lead bounced back and forth like a hot potato. Finally Kentucky got a chance to freeze out the clock with its one-point lead and that was the game. If there's something seriously wrong with the Wildcats, they're in for plenty of trouble very quickly. They return home Saturday night to play host to Idaho, a visitor from the Pacific Coa.st Conference, and then Tuesday night they meet Minnesota in tlie oiHMTing round of the Ken- lucky Invitational tourney, followed the next night by a clash witii either Utah, the nation's •^iNo. 2 team, or fifth -ranked Dayton, * * « S.\N FRANCISCO, the nation's No. 1 team, opens its seven -game national tour tonight at Chicago, risking it.'; 29-game winning streak against Marriuotte in the opening round of the DcPaul tournament. Baseball Bureau revealed that the 24-year-old Mays compiled a .6.59 slugging percentage and also topped the circuit in total bases with 382. Duke Snider of the Brooklyn Dodgers ranked second in .slugging with .628 while Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Redlegs was second in total bases with 358. * • • MAYS, who also led the circuit in slugging with a .667 percentage in 1954, Is the first National Leaguer to win two straight slugging crowns since Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals did it in 1943 and 1944. Other National Leaguers who have won the slugging crown in consecutive campaigns were Chuck Klein, Rogers Hornsby and late Hans Wagner. Mays, who played in 152 games, compiled his 382 bases in 580 official times at bat. He collected 185 hits, including a leaguelead- ing 51 home runs, 13 triples and 18 doubles. Snider compiled his .628 percentage with 338 total bases for 538 at-bats. He had 166 hits, 42 liomers six triples and 34 doubles. Kluszewski amassed his 358 total bases on 192 hits, including 47 homers and 25 doubles, but failed to hit a single triple. Musial ranked eighth in slugging with .566. His 318 total bases marked the 11th time he passed 300 in his career — an N. L. record. EDDIE MATHEWS of the Milwaukee Braves, who ranked third with a .601 slugging percentage, led in bases on balls with 109. Richie Ashburn, the league's batting champion, ranked second with 105, while Kluszewski's 25 intentional passes were tops for that department. Outfielder Don Mueller of the Giants struck out only 12 times for the best showing in that category. On the other extreme Cincinnati's Wally Post fanned 102 times. Peewee Reese of the Brooklyn Dodgers hit into the most double plays—22—and Bill Bruton of the Braves into the least— two. Lakers, Nats In 135-133 Thriller By United Press The new scoring records wen) into the National Basketball Association book today as a result of the Minneapolis Lakers' hair- raising 135-133 victory over the Syracuse Naitonals In a triple overtime game. The 63-minute battle at Syracuse War Memorial Auditorium produced a two-team total of 268 points to erase the old mark of 248 set in the same city by Syracuse and Anderson in five overtimes on Nov. 24, 1949, won by Syracuse, 125-123. The Nationals' total of 133 points was the higliest score ever posted by a losing NBA team, topping Anderson's total in that same five-overtime struggle. In the only other game played Thursday night ,late scoring by Ernie Beck and Paul Arizin led tlie ^Philadelphia Warriors to their eighth straight home-court win, 80-73 over Fort Wayne. Neil Johnston had 22 for the Warriors. son by West Tuesday, 72-51. • • • Z A N E S VILLE'S defending Class A champions, who have won a pair of games since drop-; ping their ..season's opener to , ^^^^ °f^- ^V^— Mi. Vernon, tangle with Newark, ««'P'i D"P«« «ndLudwig Light- always one of the best in the ^"l""' ^« « two fastest Central Ohio sector. lightweights w 11 have a 10-round, , In norlhwesten Ohio, unde-^P««d "night at Madison t^"' ! fealed Defiance (3-0) tangles with Fostoria tonight, while Findlay, And if the odds-makers arc which has a 2-1 mark, tests Elyr- correct, this TV-radio tilt be- ia and Tiffin Columbian this ^^een the whiz kids of Cauliflow- week-end Canyon certainly will scrani- Shelby,' which racked up its ^he ratings among contenders fourth win without defeat early <he 13,n-pound crown, this week, is idle until after the Twenty-one year old Lightburn holidays "'^ British Honduras is not even Cant (in South, with four con- '•^"'j^'' the top 10 consecutive victories under its belt, ^"f ^sj but he is favored at 13- meets Canton Central Catholic'lO ^o beat 20-year-old Dupas of while Canton Timken. also unde- New Orleans, the number three fealed battles Canton Lincoln ^f^''^^''^ unbeaten in nine and Washington C. H. in a pair •'^^';^ignt bouts, ^j. jjnj, " Only Luilio Loi of Italy, top man and ex-champion Cold Weather Fails To Halt Browns Drills CLEVELAND, Dec. 16 (IN8> Despite the frigid weather, thf Cleveland Browns are going ahead righi on schedule witii drills kn their National Football League titU defense Dec. 2fi at the Los Angele? Coliseum. The Browns, who will be play ing in their sixth straight Natioual League championship game, have another week of practice in Cleveland and then will leave by air Christmas eve. Coach Paul Brown's eleven will be trying to land a second straight NFL crown for tlieir first time since they entered the circuit. They won the loop title in 1950, but the next championsbip came four years later, in 1954. In 1951. the Rams beat the Browns in the championship game and then they lost two straight year.'? to the De- Cleveland Shaw Grid Coach Quits CLEVELAND, Dec. 16 (INS)East Cleveland Shaw High school launched a search for a new football coach, succeeding Bob McGranv. McGraw resigned Thursday, but will remain at the school as a teacher. Rose Bowl Sold Ouf Alliance's hardvvooders. victors Carter are I PASADENA, CAL„ Dec, 16 (UPi rnio,. oK„„„ l"^!!]^-''''^'' remaining 3,500 tickets for ra ed above rapid j„ie Rose Bowl game Jan. 2 were in two games, face Cuyahoga Falls. Troy tries to make Dayton , , , . , . i- j-...^..- .^i..... ...c Kiscr its fifth victim of the sea- h^''"' "8 wait for the j $5.99 each, but it was Ralph as possible challengers forlgoWfed ^^-f;^^^^^^ Walace (Bud Smith's crown. And la p„b,ic .sale The tickets sold at son, wliile Dayton Chaminade visits Cleveland for games with St, Edward's and St, Joseph's. 3 Jockeys Injured iMlAMI, FLA., Dec. Ifi (UP)— title shot until next October, when he's 21. Nashua Sold For Record $1,251,200 NEW YORK, Dec. 16 (INS)— reported some already are being "scalped" at .$25 a pair. Saddler To Defend SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 16 (INS) —• World feathenveight champion Sandy Saddler will de lend his title against Flash Elorde of Manila in a 15-rouiul bout at San Francisco's Cow Palace Jan. 18. I'hrcc jockeys were hospilalizedif you believe the talk, New York Tl.ursday with minor injuries suf- jg ^ one-horse town today. Nag fered in a spill at Tropical Park, named Nashua. Apprentice Bennie Soren.son suf-, Belair colt, formerly prop- lered a wrenched neck. Chris Rog- grty of the late William Wooders injuried is right knee and Don^^aj.j jj. brought ,$1,251,200 Wagner complained of a sore Thursday in the biggest horse '^'"'-•l^- I trade of all time. Rooney Will^ait PITTSBURGH. Dec. 16 (UP) — MEN'S QUALITY CLOTHING Perry & Bretz Cor Cap Coach On Mend , COLUMBUS, 0., Dec. 16 (UP) —Art Rooney, owner of tlie PiUs- Harold Brockman of the Capital burgh Steelers, today refused to university has been named tem- dickor with former Pitt star Henry; porary basketball coach while Ford until he gains his release from i athletic director and coach Bill the Toronto Argonauts. Ford al-i Bcrnlohr recovers from ulcer ready has expressed a desire to-surgery, Bernlohr was reported play with the Steelers next sea- in good condition in a local son. hospital. AIRCO Acetylene and electric Welding Supplies SKIL Power Tools STANDARD TOOLt Drills and Taps CARBORUNDUM Coated Abrasives O. E. MEYER & SONS. INC. 3016 Milan Rd. Ph, USD •f t Visit our store ior a variety of items dear to a boat owner's heart Flags — Cushions — Deck Chairs Nautical Lamps and Nautical Jewelry Compasses — Clocks — Barometers . Navigational Instruments — Charts | Ring buoys. Swimming Ladders, Skis | Life Preservers — Fire Extinguishers ^ AND MANY OTHER PRACTICAL GIFTS ^ f LYMAN —CHRIS-CRAFT—R°s 'ie''ef Hulls |i f _ „ I BROWN'S BOATS, Inc. | 9 Foot of Columbus Ave. Sandusky, O. ^ 9^^^*>><i «f ,?i «•« af^i»?« *•«*'« o^a «f« «f <a *•« a- fsf.o s?>a« GM Hank Defends Views Of Owners CLEVELAND, Dec. 16 (INS) — Clevi'Innd Indians General I\lan- ;iger Hank Cireonborg lias defended ma.ior Ici'igue operators for refus- \nn to Ixjosl minimum salaries trom $ti,()Ot) to $7,.500. Speaking' on tlic Press Club Pre scni.-. radio sliow 'I'iuusday niglil, I irernberg said that no more tluui a (i(i/cn major Iciit^ue pla>ors would hcni'fii by sucli a nidve. Pi;i.\cr represciUatives put tlu liif^lu'r mininuun question to l)ig li';if,'iH' (ipcratcu's at a moetiii^ in C'iliriiuo last week and were turned down. "Till' averaKc salary on our club" Cri'L'uborj^ said, "is $20,000 a year. I'm more Inleri'stci! in helping the minor league pla.\iTs, man\' of wlumi make 110 more than $;iO0 a nidiiHi. CLYCO Garages and Cottages Erected All Winter! We guarantee our concrete work and use only tlie best nux and the latest eQuipnienl to Insure a good job. Clyco El-Rancho Jr. in a 14x22' svco just completed at 1108 Fourth St., Sandusky. (Drive in .\lley To .Sie »i) Erected for as low as S^y per nioatli inc linliiis interest, and insurance. BUY NOW! NO DOWN PAYMENT! 3 to 5 Years to Pay 1st pitynient 45 days alter conipletiun. Clyco "Master" size 22'x22', similar to this one now being erected at 906 Maple Ave., Sandusky, (in alley off F OA St.) Erected complete $35 per month. Wati'h the attraetive 16x22 size being erected at 3210 W. IMonroe-st. lii'tore yuu remodel lev us give yuu an estimate. Call Homer Bowers at Sandusky 5057 or call collect Clyco Garage & Improvement Co., 340 W. Maple St., Clyde. Phone 5401. /or the serious golfer this Christmas REMARKABLE, NEW WASH-AND-WEAR DACRON-COnON MASTERS GOLF JACKET by Ndtliiii;^ like ir tor uniimitcJ fiefiinni in action ... whatever his sport. Till' secret? Clever, new, swinj,'eas\ construction, front and hack . . . sta\ down waist . . . •wind-det\ ing, double tab collar. All this, />/;/) . . . staiii-sheildinp;, wrinkK- irt'c Srawiiul, hv Reeves (50';, Hacron -=^0', Cotton). JuNt vvash ami wear. .New Christmas li^^lu colors. 36 throu-li 4(). In tin- I U vcrest qili p ,n V you se e\et seen. |J Byer Brothers SrOtf fOft 129 Columbus Ave. Sunbeam Factory Demonstration at Our Store— Saturday, Dec. 17th —9:00 A. M. - 4:00 P. M. SHAVE Shaves circles arouncJ all other electric shavers Shaves circles around all other electric shavers because you shave in a circular motion. Sunbeam 's smooth continuous- round head is screened with a network of round holes that are closer together than ^^:v-— the whiskers on your face. These round holes pick up whiskers from all directions the way your beard naturally grows, so chat shaving in circles picks up all the \\ hiskcrs. MIXMAtTM cooKft « olfr r«Yi« tTf AM w oav laOMt ^SimSe6m MWMAITH JUMOI TOAITH Use Our Easy Budget Account SMITH Hardware Co. 216-226 E. Market St. Serving Sandusky and Viciniiy for Over 45 Years

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page