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Cumberland News, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1966, Cumberland, Maryland Mm 7966 Mat i 1 Jj Ji M IfcIWaJi TentaFwals Of Comity Meet Eight Black Knights Qualify tourney End Tonight Coach Ken Polings Bruce High Spools frapplers took a 13 point fcjid overValley Highs Schools defending champions at the close of the opening round of the fourth annual Allegany County wrestling championship tournament las jalght at Bruce High School nXThe Bulldogs who have won 10 consecutive duels this season in eluding the Potomac Valley Con ference title rolled up 79 points foValleys 66 while Bealls Moun taineers were running third with 52 and Allegany fourth and las with 28 vTBruce qualified ten matmen for the finals on Saturday night com pared to eight by Valley five by Beall and one by Allegany Six 1965 champions were amon the vktors in the opening roum of 23 contests and one bye oh Fri day night They were Jos Morgan wd Roger Beeman of the Black Knights and Terry arid Mark Clark Ron McCoole and Warner Ettenger of Bruce Andy Drug an coach of the Wes Virginia School for the Blind 1 Romney refereed all matches and will handle the 24 contests Satur day night Consolation round matches to day will get underway at pm while the championship tests will begin at C pm Pets Ladygo of Bruce High School is director of the tournament Summary of Fridays matches Marian Valley decUIoae James Thorpe Beall 152 Kenny Due mwth Bruce decisioned Frank BUiard Allejtany 113 King Brace declaimed Da Allen Beall 140 Ralph Miller Valley pinned Fete in Deveai Bruce planed Bol in Dave Hartman Valley decisioned Wrlfht Alle Saay 30IB overtime Eaten Valley decisiooed Gary Brace 41 John Festerman Beall decialooed Tom Wilson Allecany 73 r MetrBrace decUoaed Wayne Lease Allefany 54 Jim Broder kkv pinned Vernoo Green Valley In Clark Bruce planed Gary Llewellyn Valley Keith Conner BeaU pinned Georje Sbowaller Altegany In Blackburn Brace decisioned Gary Davis BeaH 205 Refer Beemart Valley pinned Walter Lewis Clark Bruce pinned Refer Bobo AHefarty in Rater XichaeU PVC Berth Hits For 51 Points 6omp A i V A n nine straight The win put the Indians overall record at WORTH A M1UION Angeles Koufax top and Don reported Ing threeyear contracts for a total of more than mil lion according to a story In the Los Angeles HeraldEx aminer Koufax Is reportedly seeking 600000 Valley 17 decisioned Bob Layton Beall Glenn Miner Valley drew a bye Larry Sperry Beall decisloeed Steve Dalfe Bruce overtime by judfes decision la McCoole Bruce pinned Bob Brown Valley in Georse Lannigan pinned Dave Sboemake BeaU EUenjer Bruce decision edBill Marley Valley 60 Tom Davis pinned Tom Beyer AUefany in 29 seconds UnlimitedWayne Uttea Brace pinned Beall in 43 seconds Sam Ross Valley decisioned Gary Rob loette Allecany 10 PVC Boxes Brtte Peace I Shavr Moran c Ryan f Mclntyre Pattison TOTALS Maphis f AT BAMF8I1IKE G F C i Nichols e Davis t Carpenter t Gsnoe Xolebuk Martin Strether TOTALS by periods BHUCE 6 0 2 23 G 1 1 IJ 310 35 0 1 1 2 1432 F 00 01 ft13 34 00 2 3 00 00 00 1M1 PF 4 4 4 3 3 0 17 pr t HAMPSHIRE II and Hatterraan 27 SO U X AT CtRCLEVaLE CJreltTllli G F r Cooper I 7 04 L Raises I 1 12 HRaines e t 3S STurner g 4 00 Di Cooper f 12 44 TOTALS 30 MS xTechnkal called spectator TT 2 4 3 2 1 12 oa drctevifie rr DKeley f Dtove f J Harvey e DiBarke f Farrii TOTALS Score lay periods CIRCLEVILLE ELK GARDEN 20 33 43 Barr and Thompson 7 7 4 5 3 1 S7 02 2 01 oo 1011 J t 0 4 1 1 10 Mounts Garner 8670 Victory Over Catholics RandolphMacon Win ASHLAND Va AP De ending champion RandolphMa con survived a scoring drought for a second game in a row Fri day night and edged Baltimore Loyola 6563 in the semifinals of the annual MasonDixon Cbnferehce Baksetball Tour nament The yictory moved the Yel low Jackets now 205 for the eason into Saturday nights title gameagainst the winner of a second Friday night encounter matching eight time league champion Mount St Marys and Catholic University Almost Frittered Just as it had done against Western Maryland in Thursday nights opening round Randolph Macon almost frittered away its chances of a second title when its shooting went sour in the second half Randolph Macon shooting only 39 per cent put four play ers in double figures Loyola which finished with a 1510 rec ord shot only 34 per cent and was led by Flynn with 19 points A 122 spurt in the first three minutes of the second half sent Mount St Marys ahead of Cath olic U for keeps in the night cap Freshman ace Fred Carter who lead the Mounts with 25 pointsscored the go ahead basket with gone to make it 4038 Lead Grows From there the Mounts grad iially widened their lead and at one time were ahead by 20 points Bob Cioffari led the Cardinals with 27 points 19 in the first half Pete St Onge had 17 Mike Lyons had 19 points and Bob Sutor 17 for the Mounts now 215 for the season 16 33 M M SI AT WaHewlUe Dyer I Conbs I Garret e Webster t Barney f Hott TOTALS Maiklas I MKtilas Crmsoa e roltz t Wlkens t Miller TOTALS Score by WARDENSVILLE MATRIAS MATHIA8 O T 3 22 24 1 1 I 4 36 01 1 1 01 7 31 1111 r 5f 12 2 31 ao oo iln rr i o 2 5 3 2 13 rr 3 ft 4 4 1 1 14 To Hold Second Jim U not perfect but try telling Mathiaa High that and you could be run out of town on a rail The rangy Wardensville for ward poured in 51 points last night in leading the Warriors to a 69 triumph over Mathias a sole possession pTsecorxl place in the Potomac Valley Conference In other circuit action Circle vile dumped Elk Garden by a 6858 margin Moorefield edged Franklin 5044 and Bruce nipped Hampshire6055 Combs Blaxtag Combs was at his caging best netting 26 of his grandtotal in the firsthalf and when the start of the fourthquarter rolled around he had 35 But then he got a coldhand and failed to score at all until there was approximately twominutes left in the game and he caught fire burning the nets for 16 add itional markers Combswas 24 of 31 from the field and 3 of 6 from the line For Circlevih it was its eighth consecutive victory and the end of a perfect season at home with Wyomia Tyus Hangs Up New Dash Record Runs Fifty Yards In 56 At Toronto By BOB GREEN TORONTO AP Lanky Wyomia Tyus making one of her rare indoor starts smashed the womens indoor 50yard dash record Friday night fin ishing eased up in 56 seconds in the Maple Leaf Gams Miss Tyus the tallTigerbeUe from Tennessee Stats who won the womens 100meter In the Tokyo Olympics was running Dave Cooper paced the victors with il poinU hitting 12 goals to spearbead and 4 pH free while Harry tory Raines towed in 15 and Fred lUUt Don Kelley led the Stagsin with 20 markers with Frostburg State Plays Teachers For MIC Title 14 and Joe Harvey collectinf 10 Moorefields Gary Barr scored 22 HelmJck added 10 to spearbead the Moorefield vie Franklin put three cagers into double figures with Jim Kontz and Bill Adamison registering 14 each while Glen Rexrode chip ped in with 10 Both clubs were tied at 24all at intermission with the Yellow Jackets carrying a 3433 lead into Loop To Close 38th Campaign Pkiyofft To Open From Today Basketball Scores OffklaUSbeKon Sirk 22 41 53 79 14 34 43 AT C FIELD MevrrrfeM G T Barr I II KVMU f 3 12 C e 3 04 L t TOTALS rr 3 2 2 2 24 ft5 14 00 317 1 I A4i J by periede O 11 1 I 4 7 1 I Ml 2t I1 1 MOOKEraLD 11 24 44 34 M M HIGH SCHOOLS Keyser M MarUosburf V Northern 11 Terra Alta 75 overtime Mt Savafe 9t Flints tone Si Beall 57 Ahimrl 44 Wardtnnltle MaUUas PVC Moorefleld 30 44 fPVC Circleville tt Etk Garden U PVO Brace Himpshtre 55 PVC Petersburg 62 Green Bank 57 Hedcesville 4 Berkeley Springs 73 South Hltnlavm K Westminster 40 Frederick 76 Robert Peary Grafton EBtlns 53 Newborc 71 Bevjrly M COLLEOCS Daidioo M Mchmoad U Vlrtlaia S4 Wm awl Mary M on an injured left leg and said she couldnt go at full speed She had plenty in reserve when she finished with about a but the crowd of 13685 in Maple Leaf Gardens saved their biggest cheers for hometown hero BiuVCrothers Crothers the worlds top in door middledistance man scored by some five yards in the 1000yard run finishing in His expected duel with Ke nyas Wilson Kiprugut never came off the Kenyan finding he unfamiliarity of the boards in his first indoor start too big a Handicap Kiprugut bronze medalist at 500 meters in Tokyo was never setter than fourth in the five man field andfinished a badly ieaten fourth in USMarine LL Frank Tomeo was an easy winner at in the 600yard run Two Southern University teammates George Anderson and Willie Davenport swept the first two mens events the 50 and the 50yard hurdles Davenport scpfed his eighth consecutive indoor triumph in the hurdles in 62 and Anderson turned back Canadian Harry Jerome in52 in the 50 7 Canadian Jenny Wingerson won the womens 50yard hur dles in 64 Beltis Named Chiefs Coach Former Purdue Star To Replace Catlin KANSAS CITY Mo UPI The Kansas City Chiefs Friday named former Purdue All America Tom Beltis to replace Tom Catlin as the American Football League clubs defen sive backfield coach Catlin resignedWednesday to except a position on the Los Final Battle Set For 9 PM The foul line gave host Frost burg State a chance of winning its first Maryland v Intercollegiate Conference tournament as the Bobcats bagged a 6963 win over defending champion Bowie State in the opening rgame oflast nights secondannual The Bobcats earned the right to meet DC Teachers in tonights final battle for the title with tip off time slated at 9 p m A consolation game is set for 7 oclock f Roll The teachers had little trouble in advancing to todays contest scoring a 11784 decision over Coppin State in the nightcap Bowie outshot Frostburg from the field 2623 but the Bobcats converted 23 of 38 foul attempts while Bowie hit 11 of 22 TerV Colaw paced the Bobcat scoring with 26 points hitting six goals and a tremendous 14 of 15 from the line Teammates Kurt Wolfe and Dick Bittner rounded out the high scorers with 15 and 12 respectively Larry Ross was high man for the losers with 22 markers while Stan Yeldell hit 17 and Ace La wson1 tossed in 11 Bowie Plays Coppin Louis Cald well and Stan Black paced the Teachers with 23 points each while Tony Udson tossed in 22 Clarence Lattimore 14 the final period The Trojans of Hampshire had a129 firstquarter lead over the Bulldogs but Bruce caught fire u the second period moving to a 2725 edge at intermission The Trojans fell further back in thethird stanza and trailed 4636 at the start of the finalperiod of play Mclntyre Nets Zt Jack Mclntyre paced the Bull dog attack with 22 points while Tom Moran collected 15 and Don Pence added 13 Steve Davis led the Trojans with 23 markers with Tom Nich ols adding 18 in the losing cause Hampshire lost Nichols Davis and John Maphis in the fourth quarter on personal fouls It was the Trojans sixth loss against 12 victories West Virginia And Davidson Are Finalists Mountaineers Oust Wm Mary 6450 By JOHN GARCIA CHARLOTTE N C Topseeded Davidson buried Richmond 8465 and West Vir ginia toppled William Mary Leon Ravenscroft Goes To State Mat Finals The twodivision 32icam Central YMCA Sunday School Basketball League will conclude Ks 38thsea son today with 15 games scheduled for three local courts Centre Street Methodist has clinchedthe regular season title in the American Division while Grace Baptist and Trinity Methodist are deadlocked for first place in the National Division with 131 records Grace plays Emman uel Methodist today and Trinity plays Centre Street Juniors First Presbyterian 122 is right on the heels of the leaders and battles St Johns Juniors today If Grace and Trinity finished in a tie for first place there will be a playoff Monday at 6 pm at the Central YMCA Grace Baptist won the National Division playoff crown last year and LaVale Methodist emerged the victor in the American loop The leagues Shaughnessy play offs will get underway next Sat urday with eight Amorcian teams playing at the YMCA and eight National teams claying at Alle gany High School Todays schedule AMERICAN DIVISION At Alletaoj Camraulty Colltce Johni vs ChrUt Lutheran Methodist Centre St Method Ut Lukej Lutheran St Pauls Lutheran Stooe vi Second Baptist Marks vi Grace Methodist At Allecaar School vs St Matthews Cross Episcopal vs First Christian Flyweight And Mason Epperly To Meet For Title MORGANTOWN W Va UPI r Weirton High School grabbed the team lead with 35 points Friday in the semifinals of the 19th ginia High Championships annual School WestVir Wrestling NATIONAL DIVISION At Central YMCA Methodist Central Methodist Park Z V B CalvaryBethel Methodist vs Outre St In Presbyterian vs St Johns Jrs Baptist vs Melvin Meth odist and Dick Ware and LeCount Hughes added 10 each Martin was the scoring leader or Coppin with 28 while McNeil collected 16 and 10 each Hopenfardaer Hetrlck f Bittner e 2 f r e Wolfe Colaw t Carlson TOTALS 23 Rosa Lawson t Ballard c Younf RaadolphMicoo Loyois BiRo C ML St Miry W Catholic U M IC rroatborf State M Bowie State U D C Teachers 117 Coppd Statt TrlS4a4e Wesley 105 HtxrnUMn J C 104 Otter 7MMdtalMiry H kcttuny W M 43 Princeton Penn 13 Columbia M Vale M Dartmwtli M II Wayoe 8ta4e 70 Case Hirrard W Brew a Vtrtfarit U OmMM If Beaton Cot 112 Hall T MIT set of the the Smallwood f Shields Durrell Crawford 1 Alien WeMell TOTALS Score by periods FROSTBURG BOWIE and n C Udsoo f I lie mort Mack t UcEwan Turner Batter game will t 6450 Friday night to stage for the finals Southern Conference Tourna ment The victories by the Wildcats and the defending champion Mountaineers of West Virginia came in the semifinal round of the 13th annual tournament The two teams will meet Saturday and the winner will get a ticket to the first round ofthe1 NCAA playoffs West Virginia cracketf Wil liam 4 Marys stalling game ate in the second half and turned the game into a rout outscoring the losers 206 dur ing an eightminute period Carl Head junior forward snapped out of a scoring slump n the second half and led a Mountaineer rally accounting for 12 of those 20 points He inished with 14 points all in the second half John Cavacini led all scoring with 16 points for West Vir ginia while teammates Ron Williams and John Lesher had 12 apiece Ben Pomeroy and Tim Walter each had 15 for William Mary V In the first game of the eve ning Davidsons big Snyder Rodney Knowles and Tom Youngdale and a tena cious defensemade the differ ence National Footbtll Angeles Rams coaching staff of the League Bettis played linebacker for the Green Bay Packers from 1955 to 1961 and later played the Pittsburgh Steeiers Chicago Bears before with and retiring in 1963 Since his retirement Beltis tias been divisional manager for the National Merchandising Corp at Green Bay Wis and icouted for NFL Bears Chiefs Coach Hank Stram was bickfield coach at Purdue during collegiate days He is expected to begin duties with the Chiefs March 15 Mart Holds Mark LOS ANGELES UPI The National Football League re cord of 18 pass receptions in a ingle gamewas set in 1950 by Tom Fears of the Los Angeles Ranis against the Green Bay Packers 32 JOM 33 S4 J17 M Ware Pinknejr i TOTALS Han i Stokes f 0 JfcXeia c Martin f Edmonds f 2 Smith Bennett ScoU Thornton TOTALS Score by periods D C TEACHERS COPPIN OlflcialiLaiUmer and Arnoct Berkeley Dealt 8473 Whipping Hedgesville picked up an 8473 victory last night over host Berk eley Springs as all five of the win ning starters hit double figures Larry Crowell hit 20 points to set the pace while Larry Fink and Terry Shickle added 17 each and Sam Blair tossed in 15 and Floyd Kursey II Gary Dodson took game scoring honors hitting 30 points while teammates Ed Braithwaite and Jim Webster tossed in 16 and 10 respectively WVU William Mary SO G r r G r T Lehier 3 12 Walter S IS Reaser 1332 Rama 0343 Head 4 66 14 Pmry 7 li 15 Cavjcial 4 U Pffrth 22 1 WUms 6 02 12 Weak 3 12 RyezaJ 1002 Pnneton 0 00 Shalfer 100 2 Walker 2 47 0 12 1 Trials 17 IMS M Penrod 0000 HatfUme score WVU 27 WlM 22 Fouled out Cavacini Rama Total fouls WVU 21 WfcM 24 Attendance 100M Goldsmith Nips Richard Petty Panch Is Fourth At Daytona Beach DAYTONA BEACH Fla UPI Goldsmith of Munster Ind nipped Richard Petty at the wire Friday to win a 100mile race at an average speed of 160427 MPH The race was the first of two at Daytona International Speed way to determine most of the starting positions for Sundays G Blair I 7 Fiflk i 3 Karaey c 3 Shkkta t Crowell t Rankles 1 TOTALS30 Berkeley Dottoa f Robertson I rVrce c Webster TOTALS G II 1 1 1 I I BEXKEUCY SPRINGS NATIONAL BAWETBALL AMHY TW Awwlated IM YMfelM v 1112 13 22 1431 r 2 13 11 01 J13 30 14 42 pr 4 J 0 4 3 0 11 pr 3 3 3 1 1 I Daytona 500 Goldsmith Randleman and NC Petty of were both and CWMr4 10 71 7 M U 71 Is BUFFALO NY UPI Joel Collier the new head toe Buffalo Bills is youngest bead coach in pro football at M of age driving Ply mouths and had no real competition as they finished well ahead of the third place car a Dodge driven by Don White of Keokuk Iowa Fourth was Marvin Panch of Daytona Beach in a Ford while Fred Lorenzen was fifth in another Ford f Petty already had won the rule position inqualifying laps but the victory put Goldsmith In the second row of starters for Sundays main event Petty led most of the race but Goldsmith slipped by him ohthe home stretch to win by of the half a car length the winning speed would have been much higher except for several caution laps run because of a car tailed on the tracks There were no ac cldenU Emmanuel Episcopal vi Maple aide Methodist At AUeramj Hick MKhodijt vs Grace Baptist Methodist vs Zion Meth odist Terps Score 7th AGCWin Maryland Trims Gamecocks 5642 COLLEGE PARK Md AP South Carolinas slowdown tactics with a 50 per cent shooting performance Maryland kept abve its chances for a second or thirdplace fin ish in the Atlantic Coast Confer ence by whipping the Game cocks 5642 Friday night It was the Terps seventh con ference victory in 13 starts and they will play theirfinal game against Clemson one game ahead of them in the standings Saturday night Twelve minutes of the first half passed before Maryland could get in double figures with the visitors holding the ball and stalling throughout most of the first 20 minutes The tactics drew booes from the crowd of 6400 and a bugler in the Maryland stands blew taps The lead changed hands three times in the first half during which the score was tied four times Gary Wards layup with to play gave Maryland the lead at 1311 and baskets by Jack Clark Rick Wise and an other by Ward Lengthened the lead to 2013 by intermission South Carolina played more of an open game in the second half and succeeded in tying the score twice at 23 and 25alL Jay McMillen hit a layup at the mark and the Terps were never headed thereafter Once again Gary Ward was Marylands scoring leader with 19 points Jack Thompson 1 e d South Carolina with 10 the same number as scored by Marylands McMillen and John Avery Maryland High School Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brunswick 70 Liganore 61 Easton 71 Crisfield 55 N Dorchester 58 SS Peter and Paul 46 Carroll County Tournament N Carroll 58 St Johns of Westminster 50 Sykesvile 59 ML Airy 58 Southern 81 Woodward Prep 74 Severn 97 SL Pauls 86 St Marys Annapolis 65 St Albans 46 1 Sevema Park 69 Andover 59 Arundel 73 Northeast 60 Brooklyn Park 86 Annapolis 77 King Belts Bowling LONDON The an clenl game of bowling was attacked by King VIII of England In 1511 as an evil that has ceased to be a snortand form of vicious gambling Three 1965 individual state champions MasonEpperly of Shady Spring Leori Ravenscroft of Keyser and Dave Bock of George Washington won Fri day to advance to the finals in their weight classes Saturday Bock pinned Bill Lyons of Petersburg in 54 seconds of the first round in the 145pound Northern Bags 7875 Victory In Overtime Terra Alta Dealt First Home Loss Jesse Thomas hit a bucket with nine seconds left on the clock which tied Northern with Terra Alta and sent the game into an overtime period George Edwards sank the basket which put the Huskies on top and gave them a 7375 victory But for Terra Alta it was a hard pill to swallow for it was the first loss at home this season for the Preston County champions And to make matters worse it was the third overtime loss The champs have suffered two extra periodlosses by one point and one by three points The foul line proved to be the deciding factor as Northern hit 14 of 30 while Terra Alta cashed in 7 of 16 attempts The losers held a firstquarter 1817 lead but trailed 3736 at the half Both clubs were tied 4848 going into the final quarter of regulation play Thomas paced the winners with 22 markers while Gary Reichen becher hit 10 and Wilbur Hme baugh added 14 and George Ed wards 12 Taylorand Kelley paced the losers with 23 and 20 wth DLxon and Yester adding 10 each class Bock pound chimp racked up tta 34th consecutive Leon Beats Dreamer Epperly rdecisioned Younger of 83 and Ravenscroft decisioned Drenner of Georgev Washington 60 in the 112pound class Ep perly is defending champion la the 112pound class and Ray enscroft won the 103pound last year Stonewall held down second place after the semifinals with 27 points followed by Morgan town 20 Dupont 20 Huntington 17 Shady Spring 17 George Washington 12 Moundsville 11 Barboursville 10 and Kingwood 10 Semifinal results were 95 pound Howard Hogtn Charleston pinned Dwlght Wolfe third Ricky Mead ows Shady Spring decisioned George Lee 61 Morgantown 103 pound Larry Rine Moundsville decisioned Aubrey Drenner George Washington 4 3 Dick Haines Morgantown decisioned David ner Berkeley Springs 71 112 pound Mason Epperly Shady Spring decisioned Adrian Younger Moundsville 82 Le on Ravenscroft Keyser decl sicned Bermie Drenner Washington 60 120 pound John Arrange W e i r I o n decisioned David Thorn Kingwood 74 Larry Samms Stonewall Jackson cisioned Doug Jarrell Shady Spring 64 127 pound Bill Archer Huntington decisioned Bill For inash Weston 61 Lloyd Day Stonewall Jackson decisioned Charles Delaney Weirton 42 133 pound Terry Reed Barboursville pinned Charles Betoney Morgantown in the third Dwight Motley Weir ton decisioned Harry pickens Charleston 32 138 pound Mike Jonas Parkersburg decisioned Steve Hammond Martinsburg 112 Tony Costello Kingwood deci sioned James Thomas Dupont 20 North era Hinebaujh Thomas f wards c G Heichenbeeher t Frickey Beal g Goehriajer TOTALS Terra Alta Combs I Dixon f Taylor c Kefley g Yester g Rifne TOTALS Score by periods NORTHERN TERRA ALTA G 6 g t 1 3 0 32 G 4 2 34 r J4 67 06 36 01 36 00 1430 F 00 00 37 23 2S 01 FF 2 4 3 I 2 1 1 15 73 PF T 4 S 0 5 3 2 4 22 17 37 43 67 78 18 36 48 67 75 Jack Nicklaus Beats Player Cops Fourth Match Of Series 7073 DURBAN South Africa UPI Jack Nicklaus beat South Africas Gary Player by three strokes Friday in the fourth match of their sixmatch golf challenge series at the Durban Country Club here Nicklaus a top pro from Columbus Ohio came in with a two under par 70 while Player carded a 73 The South African trailed Nicklaus from the start and was five strokes down at the ninth hole So far each golfer has won one match in the series while two have been halved Player an overall lead of two 145 pound Dave Bock George Washington pinned Bin Lyons Petersburg 54 seconds of the first Chuck Nicholson PhilipBarbour decisioned John Payne Beckley 60 154 pound George Wallace Milton decisioned Dave Clark Berkeley Springs in overtime Ronald Woodson Diipont decisioned Jim Hudklns Moundsville 53 165 pound Jed Simpkins Huntinglon decisioned Danny McCrady Martinsburg 133 Bill Donohue Stonewall Jackson pinned Charles Wolfe Mounds ville of the second 180 pound Earl Cochran Keyser pinned Gary Jones Shady Springs 155 of the sec ond Larry Koust Weirton de cisioned Richard Bragg Hilton 62 Heavyweight Maleo Mag none Weirton pinned Donald Meadows Barbpursville 6f the second Chip Bennett Morgantown decisioned Mark Palmer Martinsburg 60 Princeton Whips Cornell 8462 ITHACA NY UPI Princeton stayed in contention for a share of the Ivy League basketball title Friday night overwhelming Cornell 8462 before 4500 Princeton took advantage of poor Cornel shooting per cent in the first half an ineffective Cornell press to open up a sizeable halftime lead 4327 Princeton shot 64 per cent for the half Cornell narrowed the margin to 12 at of the second Balf but Princeton put in 10 in a row to ice the game has strokes Balanced Princeton with double figures scoring raced five men in Ed Hummer Savage Scalps Flintstone Five Aft Savage handed the visiting Flintstone Aggies a 9651 scalp ing last night Marlin Martin paced the Indian scoring with 29 markers Ed Harvey and Joe Shaffer toss ed in 18 tand 16 to help the win ning cause while Gary OBaker added 10 Flintstones Steve Hartsock scor ed 17 points and Larry Robinette collected 16 in the losing cause paced the Tigers with 17 Bob Deluca led Cornell with 12 Penn Quint Wins Holds Ivy Lead NEW YORK UPI Pennsyl vanias fense secondhalf nullified a zone de 32point Ml Wilson f Thompson f Harvey c Wlnfleld 2 Shatter t Blank Panl Martin OBaker TOTALS G 3 0 8 1 7 2 1 4 11 4 0 41 Noatcorlnr sub Udler r oo 01 24 12 2J 00 00 00 7t 23 00 1420 PF S 2 1 1 3 1 2 2 2 4 4 27 performance by Dave New nark of Columbia Friday night nd sparked the Quakers to S3 victory and no less than a tie or the Ivy League champion hip The victory gave Pennsylva nia an 111 league mark and a wogame edge over league ivals with two games left Jeff Neuman led a second half surge with a 28point total and teammate Stan Pawlak added 20 points for the winners FlinUlone CreeX I Davis I Smith c Shriver t True f Roblaelte Hartsock TOTALS Score by G 2 1 1 1 1 4 4 14 r 0 3 33 23 1 4 03 SU M3 2340 T 20 10 M 15 MT SAVAGE U M 7J and Franks Brake Shoes For Mott Can 0 jr Dick Auto In Burtoni UVaU 7211102
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