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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 18

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II REOtSTCRSTAII KEWa the View From Here By John Malcolm R'-S-N Sporli Editor Sectional Play Loses Fremont ANNUAL sectional Class A tournament play at the Junior High gym will be Without one of its "threat" teams when action opens Feb. 24. Under a new alignment, Fremont Ross will vie in sectional play at Rossford in the opening rung of the climb toward the •tate basketball honors. Sandusky and Rossford are two of six •cctional tournament sites In the northwest district, with Toledo, Defiance, Lima and Marlon the ether four. * * * THE WINNERS will advance to Toledo University Field House for district play March 9-10, with the three winners staying there to be joined by the Columbus Winner for regional play the fol lowing week-end with a trip to .the finals at Cleveland Arena March 23-24 the prize for the 'lone survivor. The local eliminations will re main a lO-team field, however, with Townsend-Wakeman High school at Wakeman (Huron-co) moving up to the Class A ranks ^Is year. Vermilion was a newcomer last season. T-W is in the Huron-Erie League. St. Joseph HiKh school at Fremont is also maktnc the step up from 'B' ranks, and, like Ross, wHI play at Rossford. SMH Bids For 3rd Straight Here Tonight If Clyde iiiovi next fall, they'll also probably Ko to Rossford. The tournaments in the northwest districts all will be played on Friday and Saturday nights as not to conflict with school time, and the experiment is being watched closely throughout the state. The juggling—which also has Anthony Wayne moving from Rossford to Defiance and Bowling Green and Perrysburg to Toledo from Rossford— is being done in an attempt to have schools playing as close to home as possible. * • * OTHERS TAKING part in play here along with T-W and Vermilion are Sandusky High, St. Mary's, Tiffin Calvert, Tiffin Columbian, Wlllard, Norwalk, Belle- •ue and Port Clinton. Play will run Feb. 24-25 and March 2-3, with SHS athletic director Vic Malinovsky again tour nament manager. Mansfield Much Like Streak The present Mansfield basketball team is one of the smallest, if not the smallest, Vern Hoffman has sent into action in his 17 years as Tyg' • tutor. And with the schedule the Ty- gers play. It looks like a long season for the Richland-co cag- ers. Although blasted by Middletown for their worst loss, 99-39, the Tygers have perked up somewhat with the presence of jump- in' Willie Mack in the lineup, now recovered from a football injury. And they did dump Lima Friday night, 66-51. Since he 's going to lose some. It might as well be with juniors, or so Hoffman's thinking seems to go. For a rebuilding program is in full swing. He dropped four seniors recently to give more time to developing sophomore and junior talent. Included in the ones cut was former Sanduskian Carl Alexander. • * * Rose Bowl officials are suggesting a unique gift for stay-at- home fans who will be watching the Jan. 2 game on TV . . . Official Michigan State-UCLA game programs will be off the press about Dec. 23, and will be airmailed to purchasers all over the country . . . Purchase price is $1 and orders should be addressed to "Official Rose Bowl Game Program," Box 029, Pasadena, California . . . o <> « Doak Walker of the Detroit Lions ended his pro career as he began it ... as the National Football League's leading scorer ... As a rookie in 1950, Walker tallied 128 points . . . During the 1955 seasoB, he accounted for 16 . . . >» « » The Lions, incidently, drew 811,372 fans for six home games . . . an average of 51,895 . . . despite the worst won-lost record In the NFL . . . Which puts Cleveland's showing to shame . . . Blue Streaks Tackle Lorain Wednesday Hoping the frigid blasts stay outside the gym and don't creep into any of his players, John Feicht sends his St. Mary's Panthers out tonight after their most important foe to date. Port Clinton's towering Redskins furnish the opposition for the unbeaten Panthers and a more true line on the ability of the parochial may be drawn off tonight's showing. Sandusky High's Blue Streaks are primed for their lone battle of the week, playing at Lorain Wednesday night against the Steelers in a Buckeye Conference match. St. Mary's goes back at it Saturday night when they play at Norwalk against Grant Walls' Truckers. Next start for the Streaks after the Lorain game is at the Junior High Wednesday, Dec. 28, with relentless Findlay providing the opposition in another BC scrap. * * * THE PANTHERS know they're going to have their hands full tonight, and have gone about practice chores with that in mind. Despite a so-so 3-2 record, the Porters are blessed with plenty of height and pack plenty of scoring punch. Biggest of the visitors is 6-6 forward Tim Mulligan, who along with 6-3 center John Bergman give Coach Bob Green's visitors a rebounding trio that has the stuff to take the play away from-the^ smaller Panthers. Despite their disadvantage, the Panthers have shown keen shooting form and Feicht is confronted with the pleasing problem of having four players giving starters a run for opening berths. Fostoria St. Wendelin was a known patsy; Clyde, bothered somewhat by injuries and illness, was unexpectedly easy; now let's see what they do with a major opponent. * • * STILL BASKING in the limelight of their first win. Jack Freitas' cagers have also been working hard for their Wednesday encounter and want to knock off the favored Steelers. Lorain, with four regulars back from last season's hot-shooting club, has rolled to four straight wins and have shown no signs of letting up and will be out to repay the locals for their October gridiron embarrassment. Added to the four returnees by Coach Al McConihe was 6-2 senior center Ron Ferlic to form a cast that has won over Amherst, 81-41; Brookside, 73-49; Fremont Ross, 71-60, and Canton Lehman, 78-76. Heading the lettermen is 5-11 Dale Relchert, who last year set a season scoring record at LHS of 318 points after scoring 137 as a sophomore. Big man in the scoring scheme to date this campaign has been 6-foot forward Ron Robel, who dropped in 232 last time around. Rounding out the cast is 5-10 forward Tom McConihe, who totaled 236 last time, and 6-foot guard Jim Andorka (137). A good little team with plenty of shooting strength. * * * THERE'S PLENTY of other top action around the area. Including Norwalk at Clyde, Greenwich at Norwalk St. Paul, Montgomery at Milan, Thompson at North Fairfield and Townsend at Lakeside. In an important Buckeye Conference battle, Marion Harding invades Findlay, while Fremont Ross plays outside the loop at Tiffin Columbian. Other games tonight: Willard at Bucyrus, Ontario at Plymouth, Elmore at Pemberville, Jackson- Liberty at Gibsonburg, Mansfield at East Liverpool, Crestline at Gallon and Massillon at Ashland. Gladiators Warm Up For Real Cool Grid Battle Over Pro Football Crown As the mercury bubbles at 80 degree.s, head coach Sid Gillman, left in picture at left, puts hi.s Rams through calisthenics at Los Angeles in preparation for their title clash with Cleveland Browns Monday, Dec. 26. At right, Browns bundle up f6r a 10 -degree-above-zcro workout in Cleveland, Ohio, prior to the National Football League's Christmas season battle for the world's professional championship in the anuual post-season classic. North, Soyth Squads Open Drills For Monday^s Game MIAMI, Dec. 20 (INS) —Rex Enright of South Carolina and Wally Butts of Georgia, the coaches who are preparing the South squad for its game against the North next Monday night said today they were satisfied with the first day of practice. The South'.s sc(u;id of 24 mvn i was at full strength I'or ye.sler- BOWLING WOMBN OF MOOSE LEAGUE (Uogert AUeys) Kamsn's Korner t>32 5B5 fi60 Ma'» Donut* 588 70U fi.JU Trabert Hitting Stride In Series SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20 (INS) — Former amateur tennis king Tony Trabert trails his arch- foe Pancho Gonazles by only one match today in their national professional tour. Trabert came from behind Monday night to whip Gonzales in two out of three sets before a crowd of 3,571 fans at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium. The KOr«i were 3-6, 6-2. 7-5. Schnurr'i Tires . . MooMettet BerUch Funeral Sti,*) 631 (ig<J Mary Ann Beauty Shop 6'31 624 fidfi Joe Stanley's Tavern. . 517 53ti Tally Ho . . . ^ , . . . 984 383 558 C & W Builder* "... 572 823 887 Commercial Ptg 366 510 52H Bobbie Szekely 496, 234 (high se- riei and high tingle). MOUSE I,£AGire (Bugert Alleya) farrell-Cheek 814 883 954 884 851 85a day's first drill. The conches said: "George Welsh of Navy and Nick Consoles of Wake I'\)re.-<1. who will lead the team on the field adapted quickly to our T play.s and pa.ss patterns." Bernie Crimmins of Indiana and Art Lews of West Virginia, who are coaching the North team, called an hour and a riuar- ter opening-day ses.sion. Crimmins said. "It was about what I expected." Freddy Wyant of We.sl Vii'giniai ,." ,- i. .u • \- . and Jim Miller of u^cunsin j ''>'P ^^^'"'^ ^ t'^^'^ ^'^^s' concentrated on passing ^^. J^J I P , match loss. Gene Kaplsh of Notre Damo wasi Cassidy's, led by Cassidy's Cut Down Stroh's League Lead Shorthanded Cassidy's Fine Foods sparkled in the Sandusky Volleyball League's eighth round of play by handing the champion- In E'W Shrine Game receiving end of the led by Kastor and •iteineman at the net, took the first game 15-,5, lost the second 3-15, and then won the third 15-12. In on the tosses. Throe Armv members of the team, Pat Uebel, Ralph Chosiias- j ^he final game, an even match all kas and Don iloUedcr aio duei'lie way, Cassidy's won the ser­ in the North camp tomorrow. jvice at 13-12. A moment later it was over, tlie winning point an insulting little sliot that just dropped over the net. Cameo defeated Philco 3-0. The ,,,,,, i ;anie scores were 13-11, 15-6, and WUl.e llartack rode two winners Monday at 1 roincal Park to in-,, ,. „ ^ i j .u T crea.se his 1,05.^ (o(al in 407. H ' P"""i'f '^f ."l^f: was Harlack-.s fir.st appearance afi^'^'^'^ ^'^'^f- .^^'^ ^^'^ '^^^ Tropical since completing a lO-^ "avrng been routed in Hartack Up To 407 MIAML FLA., Dec. 20 fUl')— UP Collegiate Cage Ratings NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)— The United Press college basketball ratings (with first-place votes and won-lost records through Dec. 17 in parentheses) Team Points 1. San Francisco (33) (5-0) 346 2. Utah-f2) (5-0) 279 3. North Car. State (7-0) 255 4. Dayton (6-0) 156 j 5. Brigham Young (6-0) 148 6. Iowa (3-1) 108 7. Holy Cross (5-0) 96 85. North Carolina (5-0) 85 9. Kentucky (4-1) 77 10. Marquette (5-1) 60 Second 10 teams—11. George Washington, 46; 12, Southern Methodist, 41; 13 (tie), St. Louis and Illinois, 21 each; 15, Louisville, 20; 16 (tie). Temple, Duquesne and Ohio State. 19, 'Vanderbilt, 16; 20, Indiana, 14. Can Stanford Coach Halt Cassady Again? Holy Angels' CCY Bags Fourfh W/n Holy Angels' CCY used Norwalk CCY as its fourth straight victim Monday night, 91-86. Craig Smith was high for the winners with 25, with Sonny Herzog next with 22. Mike McIlrath had 25 for the losers. Norwalk—86 Holy Angel .s'— 91 day suspension. 'ihc first two games. Frankcl's, led by Geiscrl, steadied down and if-lil all the way for the third A. Corso Sons i!2t; lUlf. Bl5:3 !, ' Dick Schu.stCT (M7. 2;',-) ilii.qii .sc- rics nnd hiRh .sinijli'i. j'-janic. Biohl &• Appell's scrappy play tooK a 2-1 match win from Wal- PERioDicAi- i..\i>iKs i.i;.\f;i;i: (Suite Alleys) r.edKers -»M "iiio -11'i, (lock's and dumped the packers in•E^^__-.-. to a three way tie for fourth place. Subscription 4!ii^ (l.-inic scores were 15-12, 15-11 and Do"rothy Merick 4(1,-,, 2.10\hi,;h M.'-I :M;'. Albert Appell's set up shots ries and liisli sin^lei. _ I paced the winners. Bob Hall's set Bt)NNiE i,KA(;i'K iup shots kept the packers in all (Bonnie I .anf.s) lllic way. Fulton St. Food 874 ii4n rtp (jana'los, with an opportunity to "^'.move wilhin a game of first place. Sweets Candy ni .J 7!ii J".;;;; |(|^,,-,,ate(l .New Departure 15-7, 15-12 lEi?! ^ I,, nlv to lose the third game 9-15 Mi^^an'^^sUcs7;i2 at" ^ B'^^HH I remain tied with Cassidys' for TM^-rnrnfc"" ""HO :! • a,;o •^•''•"'^'l P''"'*' two games out. Bob J c' Ready Mix !!47 /imnicrnian banged in the pomt for Ray Powfil (iou, 2,'>4 sfiu's,('.•malds. The New Departure team, and iiiRh single ..„_} I (>niarkably improved, really look- "i.Ai)iKr.' .M.i.-STAH LKACii'i'; ..i,,,,! against Canalos and fought (BoKeri Aii .'.vM_ ,,^,,!iiHMn all the way. .Joe's Pi /./.a ^.^ ^-^'.^ iiiiuie c>t Dauch, after running ' lUi; )i2o i.ii2 llu'ir winning string to twelve . 7:n 7.-.1 TiHi, ^;||,,,,^ \\)-]A. 15-13 at the expense,... ^. , 7:i,~) 1110 74(1 1 (1 Harone's, lost the final game j Ri^on^'s (144 (170 Pa.sc-oe AK'-ocy iTelk'Viie R. .'C- W. WaKoer Quaniis Ebert Landoll McGrath Mahaffey Gassnian Woolever G.F.T. Smitli 9 0 18 Meyers 9 1 19 Miller 11 3 25 HerzoB 8 4 20 Lococo 10 2 1 0 2 9 7 25 6 0 12 6 2 14 10 2 22 9 0 18 Score xsy quarters: Norwalk 19 18 20 29—86 Holey Angels' .... 19 27 16 29—91 Pick Alan Ameche NFL's Top Rookie NEW YORK, Dec: 20 (UP) — Alan Ameche, former Wisconsin Ail-America fullback whom some coaches and .scouts rated "too slow" for National Football League play, today was nanred the pro circuit's Rookie of the Year in the annual United Press poll. first half of the schedule team standings are as follows: Stroh's .. Canalos . . Cassidy . . B. & A. . . Jaycee's . Waldock's Cameo Home Service Cloverleal IJairy 7i,T 111 1 11 1-1 1M5 7!l7 742 Denzer's Old Dutch Beer . . Foul- Winds ' 7(1!! 112H 1177 Frankettei's ... .771 7:.7 7..) Verna Szendery r>44 (lu.nh snicsi. Edna Meisler 22,') Mii.ulei. 1(1- .r "• I New Dept. I Franker.. . Willi two rounds remaining in theiphiico w. I,, Pet 19 .792 17 7 .708 17 7 .708 15 9 .625 15 9 .fi25 15 9 .623 12 12 .500 12 12 .500 •10 14 .417 8 16 .333 3 21 .125 1 23 .042 SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 20 (INS)—A good collection of the greatest football talent in the nation is concentrated in San Francisco today for the Dec. 31 East-West Shrine game. The players will be guest at a civic luncheon today after they visit—the-Shriners' hospitaller crippled children and meet the youngsters wlio isenefit from the charity classic. f • * BIGGEST NEWS among the arrivals was a little old cold contracted by Ohio State's All- Poirier, Fiore Bout Called Draw NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (INS) — Niagara Falls welterweight Gene Poirier and Carmine Fiore of Brooklyn battled to a drow Monday night in a nationally televised ten-rounder at St. Nicholas Arena. The up.state New Yorker weigh 1503^ to Fiore's 149i/^. Ex-Athlel-ic Hurler George Caster Dies LONG BEACH, CAL., Dec. 20 (INS)—George J. Caster, 48, former pitcher with the Philadelphia Athletics, is dead. He died while attending a party given by the Douglas Aircraft Company, for which he worked. He pitched for the St. Louis Browns as well as the Athletics and retired from t'le diamond In 1946. .'\merican halfback, Howard rlopalong) Cassady. Cassady who won just about every award put for a football player this season was not feeling too well. He said: "I guess I culd play tomoiTow if I had to, but I don't think I'd be as happy about it as I am going to be on Dec. 31. "It's truthfully a great thrill for me to be here. I'm expecting to have a lot of fun playing with all of these guys." * * * THE WEST team has an ace- in-the-hole to combat Cassady. Chuck Taylor, Stanford coach, is a West advisory coach. ^HLs team was one of the few to stop Cassady during the past season. Taylor's Indians upset Ohio Rams Use Towler In Playoff Game ^ LOS ANGELES Dec. 20 (UP) —Coach Sid Gillman of the Lot Angeles Rflms said today he would start Dan Towler in place of first string fullback Paul (Tank) Younger against the Cleveland Browns in the National Football League championship game Monday. Younger, who had complained of a pain and sore neck since the Rams' final game with Green Bay, has been declared out of the championship game because of a crack in a neck vertebra. Syracuse Club Goes To Miami SYRACUSE, N.Y., Dec. 20 (UP) — The Interniftional League, which spread to Richmond, Va., and Havana, Cuba, this year, added another southern link today with the sale of the Syracuse franchise to Miami, Fla., inter- State |ests for "about $100,000." 6-0 and Cassady was well de-; fensed, failing to break away at all. Forty-Niners Fire Strader SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 20 (INS)—A new word has been added today to sports lingo—it's "incompatible"—the word San Francisco 49er boss Tony Morabito used to explain his firing of head coach Norman P. "Red" Strader. Morabito called a news conference Monday to announce that Strader was through after one year at the helm during which the 49ers won four games and lost eigl^t. Freeman Slowed, But Buckeyes Win COLUMBUS, Dec. 20 (INS) — Ohio State's Buckeyes will be gunning for their sixth ba.sketball triumph of the young campaign Thursday night when they col-' lide with the University of Washington at the Fairgrounds Coliseum. Defeated only once this season, the Bucks racked up their fifth victory Monday night at New Orleans when they downed Tulane 7266. Robin Freeman, the nation's leading scorer, paced the Buck'•ye win with 21 points, but the big factor in the victory was six- foot-five Frank Howard. Howard cleaned the boards for 20 rebounds and scored 18 points. * M K U (' H A M S " 1.1 • A < 11 ' F. 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