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2-F Sunday, March 6, '60 DETROIT FREE PRESS WD UliU Twenty -fourth of a scries GEORGE ALTMAN Hoiv They Stand Pro Cage IS OF TODAY By Lyall Smith Chico He No Bad Guy r WESTERN W St. Louis 43 DETROIT 29 Minneapolis 23 Cincinnati 19 DIVISION L Pet. GQ 29 .597 43 .403 14 49 .819 20 54 .260 24 ,1 s3 (L'fthanded (L), Righlhanded (R) ) BY BEN OLAN Free Press Special Writer Owner Phil Wrigley of the Chicago Cuba surprised the baseball world last Sept. 23 when he hired Charley Grimm as the team's manager for the third time. Grimm replaced Bob Scheffing, who guided the Cubs to a fifth place tie with the Cincinnati Reds. Although the Cubs had a relatively dis appointing season, they had the National League's most valuable player in Ernie Banks, who won the award for the second straight year. In an early season garoe, the Cubs edged the Philadelphia Phillies with a ninth-inning rally. A sound strategic move helped them along. Would you have done the same thing in the following situation? Bid Dick Farrell (R) is pitching for Philadelphia. It's the top of the ninth and the Cubs and Phillies are tied, 3-3, in the Phils' ball yard. Tony Taylor leads off for the Cubs with an inf;eld single. George Altman (L) is the next batter with Lee Walls (R) and Banks (R) scheduled to follow. Altman has one hit in four times at bat. Walls is 3-for-3. Would you: a Order Altman to sacrifice? h Let him swing away? c Have him try a hit-and-run? rl Let Taylor try to steal second? jojt '; j tfjfuit JJDJ1 tng 'ino tpunoiH uviuijf-- puoj?t tjoait JOfXBj p :i7itJ WHAT AN ENDING, 71-68! Titans Equal All-Time Win EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet GB Boston 57 16 .781 Philadelphia 49 24 .671 8 Syracuse 44 29 .609 13 New York 26 46 .361 29 2 FRIDArs RESULT Philadelphia 186, New York 134 (overtime). SATURDAY'S RESULTS Syracuse 132, New York 115. St. Louis 107, Minneapolis 106 (o'time). SUNDAY'S GAMES DETROIT at New York. Syracuse at Boston. Cincinnati at Minneapolis. Philadelphia at St, Louis TUESDAY'S G.AME DETROIT at St. Louis. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Minneapolis at DETROIT. St. Louis at Cincinnati. i Philadelphia at Syracuse. i New York at Boston. School's Record BY JACK BERRY Free Press Staff Writer BOWLING GREEN Despite a record shattering perform- sets and jump shots in pulling and the ball was taken out of the Falcons back. j play to be given to him later. U-D clinched it on free; throws in the last two minutes U-D was successful in shoot- inr nvp r tha TTalrTn Tnn a at tha ance by 5-foot-ll guard Jimmy -the Titans went the last 5:33istrt f th e and ,.u u,c m.uo.., . wimunt a. w.j, a lead before Bowling Green troit clipped Bowling Green, Green, down nine points, fouled gQt its firsJ. basket with 5'21 71-68, Saturday night to equal trying to get the ball and Raygone its best victory record in his-Al"bee put in four free throws: But eieht straisrht Doints mid- J TS n 1 lJ anauaveueDu.wie lwu. way in thg half gave BQ first lead, 14-13. tory. The Titans finished up regu Hockey W L T Pts. GF GA Montreal 37 13 12 86 229 154 Toronto 31 24 8 70 179 175 Chicago 27 27 10 62 177 163 DETROIT 24 25 14 62 170 179 Boston 25 32 6 56 199 220 New York 14 36 12 40 166 229 SATURDAY'S RESULTS DETROIT 2. Montreal 2. Toronto 5. Boston 2. Chicago 5, New York 0. SUNDAY'S GAMES DETROIT at New York. Montreal at Chicago. PeBusschere netted 23 1 conenn nlaxr jritVl a 90 - fi marie to tie the standard set in! Pint, high for U-D. 1949-50. Bob Calihan's second Darrow's 35 points gave him season as coach. career tQtal of lfj more Uirrow ntar,y f'uueu 1L OUL'than Charlie Share, now of the Falcons. Possessor of the 11 records set the Mid -American Conference thi.s season, Darrow pumped in 35 points including the last 22 by for the nine of BG. The Titans regained the edge and led, 32-29, at half-time. Two corner jumps by Larry its Toronto at Boston. TUESDAY'S GAME Montreal at DETROIT. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Montreal at Toronto. Chicago at New York. LAKELAND HUMBERTO FERNANDEZ PEREZ listened attentively to the questions. He's tall for a Cuban at a shade over six feet. His hair is black with a quick curl. His eyes are dark brown and they jump this way and that when he isn't looking straight at you, which is often. "You say you hear Chico is kind of screwball?" he pondered. "No . . . No. That is not true. I no screwball. Baseball is Chico's business. He play 11 months a year up here in the States and back home in Havana. No good businessman act like screwball. . . . "You say you hear one time Chico take glove off his hand and put it on top of his head after fans boo him for booting ground ball? "No remember that- Maybe Chico scratched his head one day and forget to take glove off hand when he scratched. Maybe that is it, no? "You say you hear Chico is kind of player nho get in manager doghouse. I no remember. Sure, maybe I get mad sometime when I no get to play. That's all." That's the way Chico Fernandez debunked the theory that he is baseball's version of Peck's bad boy, a moody Latin of unpredictable temperament, a shortstop of big league abilities with a bush league attitude. To his temporary credit, he doesn't look the part. He carries a perpetual grin atop a happy-go-lucky demeanor that already has popularized him with his more articulate Tiger teammates. "I NOT SAY I AM greatest shortstop in world," he offered. "Nobody can make great plays every time. But last time I play regular for Phillies . . . two year ago . . . I make only 19 errors for second-best in league. Everybody tell me is darn good." As might be anticipated, Chico says he is happy to be with the Tigers. It would've been a better story if he said he felt the opposite, but then a fellow can't expect everything to come up roses when he sits down to interview a .211 hitter. Biggest day in big leagues? "Easy," said Chico. "When Dodgers bring me up in '56 we play in St. Louis. Chico come to bat with bases loaded and hit grand-slam home run. Everybody cheer Chico and go get baseball he hit for four runs. "Chico still got that baseball. Big souvenir for him. Make him remember only grand-slam home run he ever hit in big leagues up in States. Only one sad thing about that. "Chico don't know who pitcher was who threw ball he hit for four runs. So excited, forgot to ask who nice pitcher was and still don't know. I been look for him ever since but no find. "Chico think maybe he now in American League. And maybe Chico see him again this year." So you can hit another grand-slam homer off him? Is that why you are looking for him? "No . . . No," said Chico. "I been carry that baseball with me ever since 1956 in St. Louis. Chico look for that pitcher so can get him to sign baseball to prove that Chico really do hit home run with man on every base. "That's all. . . ." , ! I . x s Is - J I ; , y - & v 'a i . , - i iZrf i x ' v I ,t oSvS? ft tv v, ,-, .-. . Is nice to be a Tiger, says Chico Fernandez T T . . U. a il Minneapolis Lakers, collected ; ana one irum tne same in . ,,, . f ,.0it place by DeBusschere sent U-D! to three years for Da. toP' 38"29- at the start of the THANKS, LUCY second half and the Falcons When Darrow broke the rec- never were able to catch up ord with a free throw with U-D once led by 14, 54-40, 1 4:46 to play he was given a DARROW looked like any-; standing ovation, thing but a guard. He sank left-j Both the Titans and his team-handed hooks, long two - hand , mates shook hands with him Rocky for Harv? 'Unh-Unh, Boys' with 12:31 to go, and the smallest margin was three points, 69-66, with 8 seconds to go. Then Albee got his last two free throws. BOWLING GREEN G F P Leach 4 0-3 8 R outsort 4 3-1 11 Parson 2 1-2 5 Kuzman 2 1-2 S ' Darrow Dawson DETROIT Huqhes 4 2-4 Norm S 1-1 DeBuss 10 1 Albea 3 S-S Finally-A 1300 in $ Doubles! 13 9 10 35 Chckwski 4 0-0 2 0-1 4 Heger 2 0-0 Continued from I'irt Sports Colavito. But there"? just no meeting of the minds at this time." MKANWHILE. general Rick Ferrell reported no change in his salary negotiations with Kuenn or Charley Maxwell, also unsigned. Maxwell, last reported demanding $26,500, is presumably 32.500 away from agreement. About 500 fans, enjoying warm .iinshine, saw an intra- 2 in a Row? Palmer Is Close. Fans Pr Pre Wlr Strvlcti BATON' ROUGE Arnold Palmer is within one round of becoming- the first golfer to stage back-to-back victories. the pro circuit this season. squad game for rookies and farmhands following the Tigers' workout Saturday. It was a seven-inning. 2-2 tie in which the Billy Hitch-cocks came from behind in the fifth on a two-run single by Leo Smith, a first baseman at Durham last year. A pair of singles and two errors enabled the Luke Ap-plings to score their two runs in the second. A SIX -INNING squad game will be played by Tiger regulars Sunday with Hank Aguirre and Pete Burnside scheduled to pitch. Lefthander Don Mossl joined a growing list of sidelined hurlers Saturday. He had to have fluid removed from his elbow and, also received a cortisone treatment. Six other moundsmen are on the hospital list, but Bob Bruce, a late contract signer, reported Saturday in time to pitch batting practice. Totals n 14-21 l Totals 30 11-21 71 Bowling Green Detroit 2 32 3- it 39- 71 Hawaii Wins For Hawks In Overtime Lucille Quamby found a perfect substitute when her boss was forced to withdraw as her partner in the Free Press Mixed Doubles bowling tournament. As a result Lucille and Ron Hewelt took over Saturday as the new leaders in the tournament as they rolled the first 1300-plus score in the giant event. T.T-riT If onntainf fVio MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) ' . 7 ', T u v j i t Cunningham s team, was en- Chff Hagan slipped in a layup f ' . . in the last second of an over- tered r'"1 C: , rfen-time period Saturday to give ! Pfcr e 8 1 ?n 1 ?f the djug-store the St. Louis Hawks a 107-106! chaIn: hen ,he was ,forced vvunaraw earner in Lne ween, she picked Hewelt as her new partner. Lucille, who carries a 167 average, rolled 221 -156 180 for 55T. Hewelt, with a 192 average in Ritter's Sen- Rangers Have Blank Look, 5 to 0 Prf Press Wire Service CHIC AGO Gl enn Hall's second straight shutout and Eddie Litzenberger's two goals paced the Chicago Black Hawks to a 5-0 victory over the New York Rangers before a national TV audience Saturday. Litzenzerger was playing his second game since being injured Jan. 17 in an auto crash in which his wife was killed. Hall made 33 saves to blank the Rangers. Thursday night he stopped Boston, 2-0. Bobby Hull, with his 37th goal and an assist, ran his point total to 77, tops in the NHL. Victory boosted the Hawks into third place, one point ahead of the Red Wings. FEW D.K.C. RIBBONS State's Canines A 'Little Slow' NBA Gives Archie His Title Back j NEW YORK t.F The Michigan dogs were slow to get started Saturday as National Boxing Association judging opened in the 42nd annual Detroit Kennel Club's I Saturday reinstated Archie All-Breed show. I Moore as light heavyweight Tl.0 fir-of 1; hroa ttnnnr -f Rl in Vio r.ir-Uc I Mxinf cnampion rroviriert he chosen before a Michigan dog won a ribbon. The honor went to Ch. Happy Hunter's Brandy Boy, a four-year-old Brittany Spaniel owned by Don Frisch of Livonia. I Brandy Boy has won 30 breed honors at other shows but thisj was the first time he scored in! the DKC classic. j FIRST PERIOD: 1 Chicaqo, Pilote (Murphy, Nesterenko) 2:00. Penelties Hanna 0:50. St. Laurent 2:4S. Arbour io:u, Fontinato 15:19, Lindsay lS:lf Tartar Sets All Sorts of Case Marks Michigan then picked off My of the next 10 ribbon an the breed judging continued through the day. All the breed winners will be back for the group judging in I the show's final day Sunday. I Judging will start at noon. George Duncan, a formerj best of breed Hip-hlanrl Park Hich star, apt: ...... ... r, r ; Dc I nuynui-(,n, lne "in? I All J a Wavne State and Presidents "aba. Owner: Mr. Francis G. Scaife, peciea - . i Piburh. and Erich Schoeppner agree to meet Harold Johnson after their summer title fight. The NBA withdrew recognition of Moore as champion Feb. 15 for failure to sign to meet. Johnson, rated as the No. 1 contender bv the Association. Anthony Maceroni, NBA president, said Moore and Schoeppner would he required to post a $5,000 forfeit to meet Johnson providing th Thiladelphian still M the leading contender at the time. More and the German are ex- to clash for the 17.V ?J"b. -8- .?van H:3, Sullivan , . thlptir- rvnfprnrA r- n r i n cr i. .... . ..... ipound title late in July or iv:j, vasxo i:j. w . . .. i Bjsenjis-in. eerrina' oribl. own. . ,, . , . second period- i-Chicaso Hull "cord Saturday night as he led , Bettin. Belmont ward, Middiebun, August at a still undetermined (fa!-' shtfci-Vn vT'ul TarUv9 to a 78-66 victory) SPANIELS (.rtanyi-ci.. Hwy'11" Evan r (lo'so), Pilote (lj" ? Fontinato ! Over Allegheny. I Hunter . Brandy Boy. Owner: Donald Maceroni said the NBA ex- (13:45), Lindsay (13:45), Shack (maior,j nnnrnn nV O.i nnints tn .ft -nects " " l JTAFIItLi COCKER PARTI.rtll OD 1 minor, 13:45). I NBA victory over the Minne apolis Lakers. Boh Pettlt scored 41 points and grabbed 22 rebounds to pace St. Louis to its ninth win in 12 game against the Lakers. ior House league, went on a spree for 257 - 218 - 212 687. In Tl A f a.nrv OO D vnninfa K mm taa rntki m THIRD PERIOD: 1-Chicaoa. Litien-;1- x SW""S rv i .( e t-w.,.li t''u Ti1' ber?er Hay, Pilote) 12:01. 4-Chica9o, points for a season. Bruce Ring- ' Litzenberser (Hull, Hay) 12:40. $-i T n, rfV,.. rl1o- i w.f I . SpHIELS (COCKER) BLACK-Jacwyn cnicano, vajKO (bioan, Murony) 1:3J. lci ui v"cft v, jeraway. owner Diana Rusin, Chicaso, renaiTiet-spencer IJ:S7. St. Laureni Vire-inia held the record Of 261 r . . r , , (2:57). Howell (5:041. Hull (I K). Shack Virginia neiu ine recuru oi oi. SPANIELS (11:25), Lindiay (14:21). Bruins Make It 6 Out of 7 (Defeats) Free Press Wire Services TORONTO The skidding Duncan brought his season total to 427 points in 18 games for a 23.7 average, a Wayne State record. the bout to be under a Owner: single promotion and not aj part of a Ingemar Johansson-Floyd Tatterson heavyweight (Cocker) ASCOB-Maei- cnarnpionsnip ngni as nas neen Mrs. Richard N. Thomas, Richmond, cours Rosey Future. Owner: Mr. and sucrreeted xjm ' " Va. Good as (told AIREDALE TERRIERS Ch. Roval Monarch ot Freemal. Owner: William O. Latter, Cleveland. BEDLINGTON TERR IERS Ch. Devon Crest Snow Aneel. Owner: Devon Crett Wayne led all the way as it Kennen, Detroit. 1 I a. j.f A. 1 ! nit D TCBBIEBt ST a. I . 8eVeniAl. v i Trudie. Owner: jetta p. Melville, Belie- Robertson of Cincinnati Sarur lv rAv gaiiics. J.ne i armrs, vint, Mtcn. f o k A...nn rt:avnj - riiou tb dd ir ot.r mile u w They had 1244 actual and a Boston Bruins, facing elimina- " "i ""Vi ,,:w u """iberry. owner: Mr. and Mrs. Tom n . J . ,,., ,..,, ... I John Carroll. ! Perkins, Ashland, Ky. NEW YORK Lf) Oscar HITCHCOCKS APPLINGS 000 020 020 000 0-2 5 1 0-2 4 0 on Winner of the Texas Open lat nock, Palmer carries a four-slrnke load in Sunday's final round of the Baton Koiige Open. Saturday he shot 69. matching; the low round of the tournament to fatten his halfway lead of two strokes. At 211, Palmer was five under par. Reed, Smith (4), Bacque (4) and Roarke, Beck (4), Sullivan (6); Reean, Mrozinski (4), Gladding (6) and Rod9-er$, Bryant (4). Minneapolis led through most of the regular game and had a 53-52 halftime marrin after roaring tn a 12-1 lpnr! in tho! 72-pin soot eave them 1316 tion from the playoffs, suf-; oreninsr minutes. total best so far by 35 pins. Ifered their sixth defeat in the ST. louis Minneapolis ! Two more weekends of action laf seen f tart Saturday night Duncan c f p g f p remain to shoot at the $2,000 2 11 y sau"u""die. Liwar Foust 2 3-4 J Baylor 11 13-17 35 fjrct nri7P Green i 11 1J Ellis 1 12 3 IlrSl Prlze- Ha9an S -10 1 Felix 1 0-1 t u , .nKt Lovellette 4 2 2 10 Hawkins 3 1-1 7 THE LEADERS iwsriin i-z a nunaiey j- 21 i ,,,111. n,mh.D uN M 1 1 . ' - ' PI...... 1 i l ,X Pat wyatt-Dale Norrls .Toronto, 5-2. The Maple Leafs grabbed Arnold Palmer Dcuq Sanders Jav Hebert Dou? Ford Oave R aqan At Gpiberqer Paul Kern Jimmy Clark GeorQe Baver Ronnie Rett Bill Elinicki Tony Lema Walter Roman Freddie Haas Jack McGowan Jlmmie Powell Don Bisplinqhoff Bob Goalby TV. Radio Spoiis Fare Sl'XDAV, MARCH 6 TELEVISION noon Q Bowling. Q Cuban Baseball. McCarthy 3 1-3 7 Krebs 3 2-2 rvicivianon U l-i I l.aruUO 1 4-6 10 -,,. r.n. U,,l.II.H.nrv auaHrn pfon'tU I 2 4I LTvarl ? i'i '? June-Karl Weitiann Piontek 2 0-1 4 Selvy 0-1 2 Lenda-Charles Larke 5hare J Evelyn-Donald Hubble Totals 27-37 107 Total, Jt 2-4oloo Lotse.ttV.Strain St Louis 23 2 22 24 107 Je8n Guffev-Carl Goolsby Minneaoolis 27 2 24 21 a-104 Mr Lukasih-Georee Grabowskl Ward ' Vitolins a Piwko 2-f) Iparl in thp first fnnr tnin. Mandrell ...... strsbrr lilt utes. Boston cut the deficit to Marzka l" , . . . , ' Smith 127 midway in the second Gauitien 124 period, but Toronto pulled awayjGreni,r H for a 5-1 lead in the next ninei Totals J'4 minutes. ! wavne 124 i Allegheny 1245 YilUmova Takes Nais Lower FIRST PERIOD: 1-Toronto. Ehman (Mahovlieh, Reean) 2:14. 2 Toronto, Baun (Duff, Brewer) 3:30. Penalties i Horton (:S), Labine (:50), Kelly i R. Armstroni (U:4), Ehman 71-71--2U 776-J15 12 77-719-217 1 p.m. ,r ; I 2:15 p.ni.-ri rro Basketball 74-73-71 2i8 Syracuse vs Boston. -75-7$-2i 3 p.m. 3 Sports Spectacu-74172-220 lar. Goli. Sam Snead, Ray Jl"?:??-"!! : Milland, Dow Finsterwald ?i'.?i".Ii?n and Rpbin Roberts. 73 72 75-220 4:30 p.m. Q Golf. Jim Tur- nesa vs. Sam Snead. 7. 70-74-22') 73-71-74-220 MICHIGAN SCORES Joe Zakanan 75-72 74 21 John Barnum 75 74 73-222 p.m. J Winners. Olympic Medal When a Gutter Ball Is Welcome After firing 12 straight strikes for the first 30 game in his 13 years of bowling. Max Sa'vatore. a 3-year-old elect ri-rian. could bp excused for throwing the first, ball of h:s second game into the gutter Saturday. RADIO 11 p.m. WXYZ Hockey, troit vs. New York, lune.) De-(Re- Toledo Bowler Puts On TV Slum Jur.-.or Powell of Toledo bowled opening games of 231 and 23S. then closed with a 190 for a 659-636 victory over Al 1C4-A as Yale Relay Man Falls NEW YORK (UPI ) Villa-nova won the team championship in the IC4-A track meet Saturday night by winning the final running event, the one-mile relay, as Yale anchor man David Bain fell. Four meet records were set during the college carnival before 11,120 at Madison Square Garden, including an 8:59 two-mile run by Tom Laris of Dartmouth that wrecked a mark held by the great Ron Delany. But the dramatic battle for the team title, as usual, overshadowed individual competition in this meet. Villanova surprised by taking a strong ! early lead, and then Yale came Jback to gain a 22- 22 tie going into the final running event. ! (I4:l), I Jli:49). Boom on N.Y. SECOND PERIOD Armstrong fHorvath. Toronto, James (Kelly) Olmstead (Pulford. Brewer Toronto, G. Armstrong (H I 11-07 P.n.lti.. UrVuuu f(.CA TTT) str-nr.: Armstrong (12:31), Toooaiiini ' (mlscon-i MIAMI v - - - , BUCT. 13:21. i straight homei third period: T-Boston, Labine' looked more victory, the Syracuse ntaTrrrk.u:,n of 1959 Saturday as rolled over the Aew lorK ,Dro i : . , . -r. DANDIE DINMONT terriers ALLEGHENY ! Multi-Lakes Poncesummit Owner: Mr. P OF P and Mrs. Donald S. Patterson, Walled 24 flecker 1 a-l t Lake. ! Kre". i !"I4 '? ,R,H TERRIERS - Medharras Flre-4 Kachlrss 2 0-0 4 cracker. Owner: Charles G. Kitley, Mil-It Reed 4 1-2 13 ford. 4 (toZStOHm 4 11 10 NORWICH TERRIERS - Whinelafter 2 Golenbre 1 2 2 4 Cind Owner: Mrs. Buddie Jeanne 2 Goienori i i z 4 Bc((burll Detroi. GREYHOUNDS Ch. Seaeift Parcan- 2 i cady Royaltan. Owner: John Hutchlns. 0 . Jr., San Antonio. ' I DACHSHUNDS (WIREHAIRED) - Ch. T.,.u Zr,'7T, 71 Hey-Wire of Hawthorne. Owner: AAarsery 13 12-23 71 Totals It 14-23 44 Shepard, St. Paul. 1 e 71 j BORZOIS-Helios Vom Bereland. Own-It 42 44 er: James Barr, Thiensville, Wis. AFGHAN HOUNDS-Ch. Taimlr Bh. ihuoter. Owner: Patricia Sinden, Blue : Island, III. i I WHIPPETTS-Evleland Winter Wind. Owner: Barbara and Ralph Eyles. An- ; ttoch. III. ! BEAGLES (lS-lnch)-Ch. Secom Tammy. Owner; Edward B. Jenner, Liberty- ! vine, in. WAYNE 0 F t 4-4 4 0-1 2 2 4 12 1 0) 2 0 2 1 0-0 1 0-0 3 2 2 1 0-0 0 0-1 0 1-2 day was picked to receive the Metropolitan Basketball Writers' gold star award for a record third time. THE ONLY 100o SALT PROOP UNDERC0ATING Double Jip 30-Min. Heavy Coat 13 Servict AAA UNDtRCOATING CO. 18000 Woodword TO f-110 Dancer Back J Boston, Bob TT m I" Top V orm 1 (Harris, Duff) A SYRACTJS ing their 10th Sword Dancer like the Sword mm Knicks. 132-115. Saturday night. It was New York's 11th loss in a row and 11th in 13 games with the Nats. Salvatore carries a IS? aver-;Savas of St. Louis in Saturday's age in the Eat Warren Recrea-j televised Bowling Champions tion House League. It was from Eastland Bowl. Detroit's 43rd perfect game cf; Savas had game3 of 207, 214 A record season. and 215. i 2 for Season ORLANDO. Fla. (UPI) Outfielders Jim Lemon and Bob Allison, American League rookie of the year for 1959. Saturday signed their Washington Senator contracts. SYRACUSE G F Yardlev t Schaves Dierk'f 7 Costollo S Greer Barnett I Cable 3 Hookins t Kerr 3 0 1 3 4 1-4 4-4 0- 0 4 7 4-5 3-3 1- 1 NEW YORK G F Naluss 13 Tvra Garm'r 4 Guerin S Braun 3 22 Bell 10 Farmer 21 Palmer 7 George Greene 2 2 12 4-4 - o- 0-0 12 -0 12 2-7 College Caae Results p 21 It 1 J i Detroit 71 2 ; 5 SATURDAY'S RESULTS STATE Bowling Green M. MIDWEST Totals S3 22-31 132 Totals 44 lt-21 US a Bradley 10, St. Louis U. 71. 5; Cincinnati 71, drake St. Davron 7, pe Paul 44. Kansas St. 3, Nebraska 74. Seton Hall f3. Muhlenberf 74. Western Reserve 14, Casa Tech 73- 1 Syracuse New Yor 2 31 32 - 34 1J2 32 - 27 - 2 - 27 115 Cranbrook Wins Puck Title. 54 Tom O'Dea scored twice and Larry DeWitt got the winning goal as Cranbrook clicked three times in the final period to defeat Catholic CeCntral, 5-4. in the championship game of the International high school hockey league playoffs Saturday. EAST Boston U. 71, Syracuse 71. Connecticut J, Rhode Island 7. Dartmouth 17, Brown 74. Harvard M. Yale it Kentucky 75, Pittsburgh 44. Manhattan 1, Fordam 41. New York 73, Pitt. 44. Penn 44, Duauesne . Penn 1. Columbia 52. Princeton 43, Cornell 73 Villanova 4. La Salle 52. SOUTHWEST Wichita H, Tulsa 73. TOURNAMENTS ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE Duke 43, Wake Forest St. NAIA DISTRICT Jl Maryland St. 12, Montclair St. 'won a 1 116-mile race at ,-...,.. i i i run uuiisiream l arn 10 sna-re non- owner: w. Enos Phillips. Oidmlll t Casanova. Owner: Newton L. Compere, Lake Forest, III. pointers civ. Hementere veniuera. ors with L. P. Guy's Pointer. Fiarllv huatpn In t rx'n nrpvinns t SPANIELS (IRISH WATER) Ch appearances this year, including' Moipny of widow creek, owner: Mane o ,,.nth ir. ik.vi.,H,;.! "v Crowe. Cratton, O. 0- Lit Lll i-l L f I lUVilVl 41UHVJI . cap, the 1959 Horse of the Year came from off the pace to win by 2' I NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS Ch. Try ! vie vikin9sson. owner: Glenne Crafts, Cuyanota Falls, O. OBEDIENCE UTILITY CLASS Jubilee Jamboree, mv Ctanil.rrf D muI Im r.WMAP. D nKl lengths. HlS time was A. and Patricia D. Jenkins, siiuthfieid. 1 41 i: u, fifty, e - core: iT.sxiuu. 1 novirr rim b Mdm ond slower than Round Table' scotn, collie, owner: Deiore Bill Hartack was in the Ttfl nflfc'i a A -?! am x t A m 1 in mb avutivvi J k aau44& 2UJA d i n a,o aboard Pointer as the fleet four- yeor-old won the J15,000-added j Masne Citv Hnnrlirnn I c- j ftntfakr. Tigers' 15th PRINCETON. N.J. .j Princeton won the Ivy League basketball title and an NCAA tournament bid Saturday night with an S3-73 win over Cornell. It was the Tigers' 15th straight' triumph. eah. Mil m ' ow'Airvi7 rVr-rrT : LrartfrrrTTii TUESDAY AT 8:00 P.M. RED WINGS vs. MONTREAL Mar. 15 Chicaqo Mar. 1? New York Mar. 20 Toronto 2:00 Matin lei Office Opea Dally 11 a.m. re J p.m. U M P.8 tl .M Tea hMt4 1 n to i eViiAeahae. AXAy) k.laV.a.A e m. m.t m.t . . ft f AAJU.AAA. ' i J a A4.4 a.a.4kA.aiAAA.atA.A x - J

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