The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 29, 1951 · Page 19
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November 29, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 19

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J*«w», Frederick, Md., Thur»fi»y, November 29, 1951 StarPkyer Is Found Dead PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 28 (IP)-Nick Liotta, star football guard for YiilanoVa College and a top, ranking All-America candidate, was found .dead today,in, the base- meat of his dormitory. Bmdnor Townsnlp police reported that a coE of telephone wire wa» twisted about Liotta's neck and that Ids body, clad only in the top part of his pajamas, lay Beneath a strip of piping. The Delaware County coroner's office investigated but did not immediately fix the cause of death. The 22-year-old Liotta, a resident of Everett, Mass* already had been chosen on the Football Writers' Association All-America team selected for Look Magazine and on the Associated Bress All-Pennsylvania team.- Teammates reported that he had seemed, despondent after Villanova lost, 20-13, to Boston College at Boston two weeks ago. They said Ms depression increased when Villanova was shellacked, 45-7, by Louisiana State last Saturday, Late today, Villanova authorities announced that the college's scheduled football game at Tulsa Saturday has been cancelled. It was the final contest on a nine-game schedule. Villanova has won 5, lost 3. Villanova is known as the most- travelled college football team in the country. Its games this year had taken the squad to Army, Alabama, Kentucky and Houston in addition to Boston College and Louisiana State. There were only two "home" games, against De-1 trolt here and Perm State at nearby Allentown, Pa. Liotta. s 225-pounder who was co-captain of his team, was the most active of the college's play, ers. Despite the fact that his coach. Art RaSmo, employs the platoon system, Ltotta was used the full 60 minutes, playing both offense and defense. Earlier this season, Ralmo-who also hails from Everett-- labelled Liotta as "overlooked and overworked," He was implying that the All- America selectors were ignoring Liotta and that, additionally, it takes too much out of a player nowadays to go the full 60 minutes in a game. But, Raimo added: 11 Any coach in the country who had Liotta on his team would be foolish not to use him every second he could. The boy is the finest collegiate lineman I've ever seen." Liotta was last seen alive at t a. m. this morning by his roommate, Dan Simcone, who told police that he saw Nick leave the room clad only in his pajama tops. After Liotta had been reported missing, a search .was instituted. His body was found at 12:15 p. m. by , John Nevin, the team trainer. One college official said that Liotta suffered from nervous ex- naustion several days ago and thatj iie had not been expected to make the trip with the team to Tulsa. Liotta already had" been chosen to play with the East team in the annual East-West Shrine game at San Francisco December 29. Chicken feathers, animals -claws and hoofs, and turtle shells can be used to make a keratin plastic which is resistant to deformation by heat. OUR ENTIRE LINE OF LADIES' HATS On Sale Regardless Of Cost Values To $6.98 YOUR CHOICE * 1 ,98 AND $ 2.38 None Priced Higher. Every Hat On Display. All Up-To-Date Styles All Ladies' DRESSES ON SALE A Nice Selection To Pick Prom. AH Dresses On Display Values To $12.98 YOUR CHOICE $, 4.98 AND $6.98 JACOBSON'S DEPT. STORE 75 South Market St. Basketball Clinic Here Well Attended Upward of 300 basketball players, coaches and fans attended the clinic conducted by Johnny Nor- landor, cage expert foe Converse Rubber Co,, under the sponsorship of Dorsey F. Shipley Co., this city, Wednesday afternoon. Held in the gymnasium at Frederick High School, fundamentals of, basketball play were reviewed" by Norlander. He also demonstrated play blocking; and protection against a defensive man as well as ball-handling. Nine F. H. S. players, scrimmaged on one-half the court as a clinical group. Movies of major college and professional teams in action were also shown. The clinic lasted "from 2:15 to 3:45 p. m. In addition to boys and girls students of Frederick High, present were Interested players and students of both sexes from Thurmont, Walkersville. Middletown High Schools, with coaches, recent graduates and a sprinkling of veteran basketeers. Colleges Open Court Season Saturday Night By The Associntcd Press One of the highest scorers in history, Nick Scallion of Washing- ton College, will start his final assault on the cords Saturday night as Maryland colleges begin firing basketballs this season. ScalHon's Washington College crew goes Into action Saturday night at Delaware. The skinny shUmakcr starts his fourth and final season with a three-yea total ot 1,574 for a sky-high aver age of 20.9. The season for Maryland team, officially gets under way Thursday night when Loyola travels to Philadelphia to meet tough La Salle. Baltimore U will open its intercollegiate season along with Washington on Saturday, playing host to Cooper Union. Scallion hit a new high for himself last year when he dumped in 592 points in 22 games, setting a new Mason-Dixon Conference record of 423 in the process. It was the third straight year he had set i new record. The Hazelton, Pa., sharpshooter s going to have to do even better his season to better the State four-year scoring record of 2,199 joints set by Jim Lacy of Loyola .wo .seasons ago. Scallion needs 625 points to equal that production. The lowest" spot in the United States is Inyo, Calif. It is 280 feet below sea leveL TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE PHILCO MOTOROLA ZENITH REASONABLE PRICED INSTALLATIONS HOME OWNED MELVIN M. ENGLE BUDGET TERMS "Back of Post Office, N. 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