The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 5, 1951 · Page 15
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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!'· r s , SIX The News, Frederick, MEd., Wednesday, December S, MM Minors Finish Plaver Draft *f COLUMBUS, O., Dec. 4 Minor league baseball gave itself a vote ol confidence today by virtually, completing its player draft with selection of 153 players for $299.500. "This certainly shows how confident our people are of operating in fee future," said George Trautman, president of the National Association now holding Ms golden jtibilee convention. With onsy a few delayed drafts remaining, ihe minors tomorrow - will down to the more serious business of reviving attendance. " Trautman will address the delegates on the serious job .ahead as he gives his annual report at the first formal convention meeting. Among other things, Trautman will remind the folks of a 19 per cent decrease in attendance. The big business comes up Thursday when 37 amendments covering the minprs' most important problems will be put to vote. Frank l^awrence. president of the Portsmouth Club of the Piedmont League, was one of the most active men at today's draft by Class B and Class C leagues. Long after the other B leaguers filled their rosters, Frank was drafting away like mad. He picked eight in all, including fiw pitchers for §6,600. He is one of the dwindling corps of independent operators. Catcher Mickey Livingston was released by the Brooklyn Dodgers to let 'him take the managing job at Shreveport in the Texas League. Livingston was brought up by the Dodgers in late season when Roy Campanella was injured. Pinky May, ex-big leaguer who was let out as Alba7iy, N. Y., manager recently, signed to manage Spartanburg," S. C. in the Tri-State League. The New York Giants sold In- jEielder Hank Scbenz to Oakland of the Pacific Coast League. Schenz acquired from Pittsburgh in June, saw little action with the National League pennant winners. Season'g Second Win Gained By State School Maryland Stale School for the Deaf cagers won their second victory of the current season Tuesday night by measuring Taneytown High School, 59-27 on the Carroll County court. The Silentees held a 37-13 edge at intermission and coasted to victory, paced by Leitch. with 25 points. The score: M. S. S. G. Wagner, f .: o Ward, f 1 Spencer, f 3 Kelly, f Leitch, c Crites, g 6 Cymek, g i Stafford, g 2 1 12 Totals 26 Taneytown II. S. G. Waddell, f 3 Bellinger, f 2 Bowling, f Wantz, f Brown, f Fair, f Wilderson, c Peterson, c 0 Lawner, g 0 Eckart, g 1 Baumgardner, g 0 Bachman, g 0 Nurnbaum, g 0 Flickinger, g 0 F. 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 2 F. 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TP. 0 2 6 4 25 14 ' 59 TP. Totals 12 3 27 Score By Periods M. 3. S. D 17 20 4 18--59 Chemical Center "Win* From Camp Detrick Winlesa Camp Detrick "Comets" dropped their fourth consecutive inter-servie* basketball game of the season, bowing 45-40 at Army Chemical Center's gymnasium, Edgcwood, Tuesday night. Lieut. Bill Pruitt, Detrick coach had a brief moment of elation when the Comets drew first blood with a field-goal almost Immediately after the opening tip-off. Army Chemical Center however, took tiie edge off the Frederick cagers quickly and held a 21-14 scoring advantage at the half. Comets trailed badly from there until midway the final quarter when every player on the Camp Detrick squad belatedly began to rip the cords. Detrick outscored the winners by three points in the final period. Camp Detrick G. F. Tp. Brown, f O i l Terry, f 0 1 1 Van DInter, f 5 3 13 Cellar, f 5 3 13 Fraley, c 2 0 4 Pruitt, c 1 0 2 Clay, g 1 0 2 Siler, g 2 0 4 Totals ...., 16 8 40 Chemical Center G. F. TP. Rawls, f 4 5 13 Alvey, f 3 0 6 Nakamura, f 0 0 0 Williams, c 3 0 6 Fortier, g 1 2 4 Langhough, g 3 3 9 Glass, g 3 1 7 Taneylown 7 6 1 13--27 Jefferson Reformed Team Takes Opener Inter-Church Basketball League got off to a jolting start Monday Bight as Jefferson Reformed team swamped newcomer Frederick Presbyterians, 54-31; A s b u r y Methodists slaughtered Urbana Wcslcyites 45-27 and Calvary Methodists of Frederick unaccountably defaulted their contest scheduled with Jefferson Lutherans. For first round play, the league- with several new teams showed strength in spots. Colored teams proved exceptionally strong starters. Slightly unbalanced (seven clubs) the loop has one team idle in each semi-weekly meeting. The scores: Frcd'k Presbyterian G. F. Tp Elich, f I \ 3 Engle, f 0 0 0 Hood, c 7 0 14 Weaver, g 6 0 12 Fh'ischman, g, 1 o 2 Arcade Bowling League Totals 15 1 Jefferson Reformed G. F. 3. Crampton, f 4 0 Biser, f 2 0 Ifert. f 7 0 Lakin, c. 9 1 D. Rcmsburp. g l o B. Remsburg, g 0 0 Clinc, g 3 1 Totals 26 2 Asbury Methodist G. E. Dorsey, f 0 Hill, f 1 C. Wars, f 3 W. Dorsey, f. o V. Hill, f o Bowie, f. 0 A. Weedon. c. 6 A, Hall, c .'..".'.' 8 A. Parker, g o G. Jackson, g i Leaking, g 1 Naylor, g 2 22 G. 0 Totals . Urbana Methodists C Myers, f. . . . M. Myers, f, 2 Morris, c 4 Kuschel, c 5 E. Geisler. g o Ed. Geisler, g 2 Totals is F. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 I F. 0 0 0 0 1 0 31 Tp. 8 | 4 14 19 2 0 7 Tp, 0 2 6 0 0 0 13 i 1G 1 o ' 45 Tp. 0 4 8 10 1 4 27 Last Week Bad One For Detrick-s Blue Devils Blue Devils just barely humg onto first place in the Camp Detrick duckpin bowling league last week as they lost two of three games to the third-place Ramblers. The Devils held first on a record of 19 wins and 11 losses against 18-12 for runnerup Headquarters, which took two of three games from C Division. Water Sewage gained a fourth-place tie by sweeping three games from Photo Lab and Service Supply won two of three from M Division. Troxell, Headquarters, retained the high individual average with 116.13, followed by Clem with 113.25. Barnard with 110.2, Trettin with 109.12, Cannon with 109.11, and McBride with 109.10. This week's schedule: Blue Devils vs. M Division, Heardquarters vs. Water Sewage, Ramblers vs. Service Supply, C Division vs Photo Lab. Standings Of The Teams -·m « W - L - Pet- Blue Devils 19 11 .633 Headquarters 18 12 599 Ramblers 17 13 .561 Service Supply ...,, 15 15 .500 Water Sewage 15 15 .500 M Division 14 16 .462 C Division ,, 12 18 .396 Photo Lab 10 20 .333 NE\VS TO "PEAHEAD" NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 4. (fl) '---Told he was being,, mentioned as $he new North Carolina State ·football coach, Douglas C. "Pea- head" Walker said today "that's what they may be writing about me down there, but they're doing it without talking to me." 1 Walker, who resigned as Wake JEorest head coach to become Herman Hickman's assistant at Yale, wouldn't say whether he would be interested in succeeding Beattie feathers at North Carolina State. ", He,.did «mphasizt that h« has received no offer. (Thursday NiRht Div.) Standings Of The Teams W. L. Pet. 10 .697 11 .667 13 .606 14 .576 15 .545 21 .364 24 .273 24 .273 Brown's Liq-Gro. Store 23 May's Grocery . . . 22 Jack's Feed Store 20 Stup's Texaco 19 Ebert's 18 Falk's Grocery 12 CercsvUlc Motors 9 Farmers Co-op 9 Wwkly Statistics High individual game--Schaffer (Jack's Feed Store), 153; high individual match -H. Brown (Brown's Liquor and Grocery), 379; high team game and set--Stup Texaco, 582 and 1,639. Totals 17 11 45 Score By Periods Camp Detrick ... 9 5 12 14--40 Chemical Center 11 10 13 11--45 Scorer--Gonsorek. Most Brilliant Run By Unsung Navy PleLe NEW YORK Dec. 4--M)--The 1951 college football season wound up with a burst of brilliant ball- carrying by the nation's backfield stars last Saturday, but it was a hitherto unsung plebe on Navy's defense platoon who turned in the most brilliant run of the day. That one 101-yard sprint by John Raster made him the Associated Press' defensive back of the week and earned him more headlines than "showboat" Boykin against Mississippi State. Raster nnd Boykin were named today In the AP's final awarding of the back of the week. Raster leaped from obscurity to fame in one jump as the Army cadets, trailing 14-0, drove toward the N.ivy goal late in the first quarter of the annual service classic. The 170-pound, 19-year-old plebe irom Toledo picked off Fred Meyers' short hurried pass a yard inside his end zone and set sail for the other end of the field- Getting the jump on most of the surprised cadets, Raster went nil the way wnnout being touched umil tackle Bill McPhail dived in desperation at the other goal line. His last-ditch dive was enough to s,pill Rasjter head over heels into the end zone, but the deed was clone. Raster also helped Navy to Us second touchdown t recovering Dick Inman's fumble of the Navy kickoff after Navy's first score. John Gurski jarred the ball loose from Inman and Raster covered it. ' It took a spectaclar performance, however, to overshadow Boykin s record-shattering scoring spree. The 190-pound senior' fullback from Greenville. Miss., ripped through the Mississippi State Jine for touchdown runs of 85, 14, 12, 17, 13, one and five yards --the greatest major college one- game performance in the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau's books. NAMED WINNER NEW YORK, Dec. 4, W)--Dick Kazmaier, P/incelon's ace tail-back, today was named winner of the Heisman Award, given annually by the New York Downtown Athletic Club to the outstanding college football player in the country. Kazmaier received 1,777 points, the highest total ever harvested by a player in the 17 years of the competition. A tribunal of -experts votes in the contest. Hank Lauricella, Tennessee tailback, was second with 424 votes and Vito (Babe) Parilli of Kentucky, was third with 344. Kazmaier, a senior, will receive his award at a banquet on December 11. Bob Ward, Maryland guard, received 99 points. Libertytown Bowling League Latest Results *Nash, 4; Grabill, 0 ·Fisher. 3; Wrighi, 1 ·Warner's, 4; Smith's, 0 ·Points for total pin fall Friday Matches Warner vs. Wright Nash vs. Smith Fisher vs Grabill Standings Of The Teams Pts. Wright's Store 33 Nash's Plasterers , 32 Grabill's Plumber* 24 Warner's Plumbers 24 Smith's Trucks 22 Fisher's Coffee Shop 1.21 Wc.ekly Statistics High game -- Garber (Nash's), 141; high set--B. Myers (Fisher's), 357; high team game--Nash's, 569; high team set--Nash's, 1,566. Array To Play 9-Game Schedule Next Year WEST POINT, N. Y.. Dec. 4 (fi\-- Army's 1952 football team will play a nine-game schedule which includes trips to Southern California and Georgia Tech. The Cadets, will meet USC in Los Angeles on October 4, and will journey to Atlanta to face Georgia Tech on November 15. Three new foes were added. South Carolina replaces Villanova in the opening game, Pittsburgh fills in for Harvard, and Virginia Military Institute takes over for The Citadel. All three games will be played at West Point. The annual clash with Navy will 36 held again in Philadelphia's huge 'Municipal Stadium on November 29. The schedule, as announced by Col. Philip H. Draper, Jr., graduate manager of athletics: September 27, South Carolina. October 4, Southern California at Los Angeles; 11, Dartmouth; 17, Pittsburgh; 25, Columbia at New York. November 1, Virginia Military Institute; 8, Georgia Tech at Atlanta; 15. Pennsylvania at Philadelphia; 22, permanently open; 29, Navy at Philadelphia. College Wrestling M«?et Is Cancelled MT. VERNON, la., Dec. 4 ,.., The faculty of Cornell College has voted to cancel a contract with the Oklahoma A. M. College, Still- water, Okla., for a dual wrestlln e meet at Mt. Vernon, on Februarj 23, 1952. "This action of the Cornel faculty is taken reluctantly," saio Jay B. MacCregor, dean of the college, "after careful considera tion which dates from Novembe: 5, 1951, and is in recognition o the fact that as yet no disciplinary action has been taken either bj Oklahoma A. M. College or the Missouri Valley Conference re garding the Bright incident which occurred in a football game between Oklahoma A. M. and Drake University on October 20 1951." ' The reference was to the injury of John Bright, Drake back. He suffered a broken jaw in the Aggie game. Drake authorities, contend :hat Bright was deliberately attacked by an Oklahoma Aggie player. Drake has ended its 43- year membership in the Missouri Valley Conference in protest againsj; the conference handling of its complaint. BBAKEMAN STRICKEN WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, (ff). Ernest C. Dant, 53-year-old Pennsylvania Railroad brakeman, collapsed and died today while chasing two freight cars which had been uncoupled near the Benning terminal. Death apparently was caused by a heart attack. HINT TO MOTORISTS When cleaning the windshield, care should be taken in removing the wiper blade arms, since careless handling may loosen them from the pivot shafts. Davis Cuppers Have But One Doubles Team MELBOURNE, Australia, Dec I 4 (*P) -- America's. Davis CuppmL discovered to their surprise todayl that they have only one doubles! team after all and that it is com-J posed of Ted Schroeder and Tot Trabert. Vic Seixas and Dick Savitt, whol aspirations in tandem play, took al royal beating from veteran Adrian! Quist and Geoff Brown of Aus-l tralia, 7-5, 8-6, 6-2, in the'quarter-! finals of the Victorian tennis! championships. From here on both may devote! themselves to singles in prepara-l tion for the approaching cup! matches. Schroeder and Trabert.l on the other hand, continued tal look like a'sparkling combination as they hammered Australia's twol jrilliant juniors, Lewis Hoad and! Ken Rosewall, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Schroeder, of La Crescenta.1 ialif., is hot as a firecracker and! lis terrific all around play appears o*be lending inspiration to his 'outhful partner from Cincinnati. On the strength of their form today, they will be favored to elim- nate Australia's Ken McGregor and Mervyn Rose in their semi- inal Wednesday. 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