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   Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1953, Tyrone, Pennsylvania                                THE TYRONE DAILY APRIL 1953 State College Little Lions Capture First Place In Triangular Track Meet GET A LOAN golden Eagles Finish Third Hollidaysburg 2nd State College High Schools track tand field team completely over powered Hollidaysburg and Tyrone Iigh Schools in a triangular track yesterday at State J The Lions were first with an a Shiazing 106 Hollidaysburg second with 42 tallies and Ty irbhe was third with only 12 crack Sandy Mer was unable to compete in fmeet because of a sprained ankle Deceived in Meredith may have collected at Jleast more points for the Eagles he were able to but still Iwould not have helped the ISagles fenough to even second place lift the triangular Jim of State Swho won the mile run in jwould have hahcl tough competition fif Meredith had been able to com Sandy ran the mile lasi in College copped first place Jin every track event and won three place field Mel was the only first Jplace winner for the Golden tall sophomore tied for first in high jump with Jim Holmes of fstate IpBob Golden Eagle thin came in second in the Clair Ewing 4th in the 220 yard jjdash while Bill Hastings placed Ifourth in the mile Graves was fourth in the pole vault and iDave Bucke was third in the low State College captured first place in 13 of the 15 Hollidays Bill Benson and Tyrones Graves stopped the Lions from making a clean Benson was first in the shot put and javelin Bob Little Lion won first place in the 100 yard dash and the 220 yard The charges of Max Kim mel and assistant coach Steve Ja cobs will compete in the Central Counties meet at Huntingdon Sat urday Results of the meet scored on a 5321 basis 100 yard dnsh Bob Sauers Crydcr Shaw Irvin EACH SATURDAY Phillies Face Louis Cards Tonight In 1st Western Test Todays Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Louis Haddix 11 or Presko J at Philadelphia Konstanty 10 N Rush 11 at Pittsburgh Dickson 12 N Milwaukee Surkont 20 at New York Janseri 11 N Raffensberger 01 at t Brooklyn Roe 00 N AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia Shantz 12 or Byrd 11 at Cleveland Garcia 10 York Raschi 11 at Louis Cain 00 N Washington Masterson 11 at Chicago Johnson 00 Cincinnati Raffensberger 01 at troit 10 220 yard dash Bob Sauers Drew Irvin Ewing 440 yard dash Don Vinson SO Barnhart Butterbaugh Hammaker Half mile Jim Raleigh Shoenbieck Robinson McKague Mile Run Jim Bathurst Moycr Myers Hastings Half mile relay Stewart and Lee Ir Seely and 1 Mile Relay Bath Vinson and Stewart McKague and 180 yard low hurdles Dave Leo Thomas Bucke Park 120 yard high hurdles Rockey Fogg McNelus Crone Shot Put Bill Benson H Seely Hoy Knebel 39 Discus Jim Holmes Kriebel Hoy Baker 127 Javelin Bill Benson Hoy Hall Hefsel 141 Pole Vault SO and Hall SC Helsel H Graves T 9 High jump Mel Graves T and Holmes tied for Mc Neilis Hall 5 Broad jump Stewart SC Roekoy Hasslnger ly KANSAS CITY Fans who like college football in their living rooms will get another one gameaSaturday program of con trolled grid television in The very much similar to last has been formu lated by the TV Committee of the National Collegiate Athletic Associ ation and is being submitted to member universities and colleges for what points to foreordained ap Formulation of the program took into consideration a survey on TVs effect on gridiron and the committee said the result ant plan would have pur poses To reduce insofar as pos sible the adverse effects of live television upon football game at tendance in upon the j athletic and physical education pro grams dependent upon that football To spread within the limits of the among as many NCAA member colleges as To provide football television to the public to the extent consist ent with the other two Major difference between next seasons program and the 1952 plan is that in 1953 no team1 may ap pear more than once in n network This at least ona of the network games must origin ate from each of the eight NCAA The proposed plan for 53 will embrace 12 Sathrday afternoons plus Thanksgiving Of these 13 10 of 11 will be devoted to the carrying of a major while the other two or three will be given over to a panorama ex periment in which parts of four different games in widelysepar ated georgraphical locations will be Chances for fans to see a big game on local television after all tickets have been sold still may not be too bright The NCAA plan calls for local telecasting of sellout major games providing no damage is done to sister institu tions playing at the same time in NEW YORK Philadel phias faststarting as anx ious as anyone to comply with Commissioner Ford Pricks edict on go against the Cards tonight in their first test of the The initial intersectional games of the season find the leaguelead ing Phillies hosts to strongest of the western The two and a halt games ahead at this stage of the race and riding the crest of an eight game winning will be try ing to add the Redbirds to their list of mastered Steve ONeills chargps have taken three of three from the Brooklyn Dodgers and three from the New York of is the western threat fdr the National League Paced by Robin Curt Simmons and Karl the trio ONeill says will bring the pen nant to the Quakers have amassed a snappy 92 This includes four wins out of five games played with the pushover to be The in the east for the first are playing ball So its a test for Ed Stan kys Two newlynamed clubs make their eastern bow The Mil waukee tied with the Car dinals with a 44 visit the New York Giants and the Cincin nati Redlegs drop in on the Brook lyn Chicagos off to a sec ondplace get their crack at the Pirates in The east is in the west in the American Leagues first intersec U6nal Clevelands Indians 72 hold a 28pcrcentagepoint advantage in the league standings as they en gage the inandout Philadelphia Athletics 65 in a night The world champion New York Yankees 93 open their first west ern jaunt under the arcs at Louis against the Browns The Chicago White Sox right in the thick of the battle as are at home in a day game against Washington while Detroits Jastplace 211 Ti gers entertain the Boston Red Sox No games were scheduled Mon day and the gambling edict from the commissioners office got Frlck warned against club card games for stakes that are too high he said some players were losing more money than they can afford and he warned against association vitlv According to MAJOR NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 9 2 GB 2VJ Chicago 4 2 6 5 3 Milwaukee 4 4 Louis 4 4 New York 4 7 5 Cincinnati 2 4 Pittsburgh 3 8 6 AMERICAN LEAGUE 7 2 GB 1 2 2 New York 9 3 7 4 Philadelphia 6 5 Louis 6 5 Boston 4 6 3 Washington 3 8 5 Detroit 2 11 7 although a half game is in first place on MENS BOWLING ROLLOFFS Dolheimers took a 202 pin lead over Morrows last night in the first game of a three gramc roll off for championship of the 10th street Mens Bowling Junior of rolled a high single game of 195 and a high tree game total of 514 to cop the individual scoring honors for the Harry Briggs was the top score for Morrows with a three game total of The second match of the three match series will be rolled Wed nesday evening at the 10th street The championship of 10th street Mens League will be awarded to the team that complies the high est number of pins in the three match The University of founded in is the oldest municipal university in the United the1 telecasting But the pro gram does provide for the telecast in of what it calls small games on a local In announcing the the committee quoted these survey re sults In areas where there was no television competition last paid admissions were pocent better than in the preTV years but where TV competition was attendances were down AMERICAN ASSOCIATION The Indianapolis Indians moved into first place in the American Association Monday night by de feating as the Louis ville Colonels were losing to the Kansas City 62 The former front running Col onels are now tied with Paul for second a few percentage points away from top The Indians put their game with the invading Toledo Sox on ICP early by scoring all three of their runs in the second In the other American Associa tion game the host Paul nine defeated despite the combination of errorless play ing and 14 hits on the part of the Paul collected five hits and had three YMCA VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE GETS UNDERWAY TONIGHT The 1953 YMCA Volleyball League will open tonight at the YMCA at with the High School plnvlng Warriors In the second game of the evening nt 8 Pappys Boys will pla the First The YMCA Volleyball champion ship was won by the YMCA last The Y had entered this but dropped out of the rlast Only four teams arc entered in the Theh teams play on Tues day and Thursday A mutcl will consist of three games of 21 points Six players will he the maximum amount on encl bxit a team may start a game with only four the players have been seen in gamb ing joints operating within a stones throw from the TYRONE HIGH DIAMONDMEN PLAY HBURG NINE TODAY The Tyrone High School baseball team was scheduled to meet Hol lidaysburg High School this after noon at 4 oclock at the Athletic Park in a Blair County Scholastic Baseball League The charges of Coach Karl Lat who made their debut in the Blair County Leagiie with a 116 victory over has dropped two straight league games since Hollidaysburg is currently tied with Morrison Cove for first place in the league standings while the 3agles are in fifth In league competition the Tigers arc undefeated in two games while the Eagles have a 12 record Losses have been to Williamsburg and Roaring Hol lidnysburg clowned Roaring Spring and CITY SOFTBALL LEAGUE OPENS PLAY MAY 11TH May was set as the opening date of the City Softball at a meeting of the league officers last night at the George league Two changes were made in the official City League softball Eighteen players instead of 15 may be put on a team roster and 10 men will be permitted to play for each team in a The extra man will be the short Only five teams were represented at last nights They were the Elks and Bud Aults and Barney Mogle appointed to drawup the official league President Johnson announced that on May 2 and at all teams will help get the Wilson softball field in Johnson and Bay Irvin will be in charge of the A fence will be erected in the outfield with Jim Fleck in charge of looking into the cost of putting it An entrance fee of the same as last was set by the league officers as the cost for each player in the Players will sign their contracts and pay their entrance fees at the There will be no exception to this Use of the Wilson field for prac tice must be arranged at the YM CA by the team This is the only softball field therefore a schedule for its use is The practice schedule 6 6 30rMoose 6 6 Field 6 Field Send coupon for lull infor home or Payments also mation on how to get a loan handled by Immediate at from leaving tention to your Cleans up to on or Car FINANCE CONSUMER DISCOUNT loam over made by Penonal Consumer Discount 053 PENNSYLVANIA Phone Tyrone 401 MAIL TODAY AMOUNT MOOSE CALENDAR TO MAY 2 ALL THIS WEEK HAROLD WALTZ Music and Dancing MUSICAL ROOM 9 til 1 MAY 2 DANCE 10 JACK BAKER FLOOR SHOW capital of ated almost at sea is situ ELKS SOFTBALL TEAM All persons who played for ttjje Elks softball team last and any hew candidates who wish to try out for the team should report to Wilson Field tonight at AH old anrt new candidates are urged to be present at this practice ses RACASI Valley Forge Iron City Prior Blue Ribbon Rams Head Ale Gunther Beer Fort Pitt Beer Rolling Rock Ponys Serving You With The Finest BEVERAGE 1360 Logan Rear Budweiser Ballantines DuBois Old German Tech Old Shay Ale Millers High Life LOOK FOR PROMPT PHONE 1306 HOME DELIVERY OR AT YOUR FAVORITE TAP ROOM No Deliveries After Daily Saturday COLD BEER AVAILABLE AT WAREHOUSE THIS IS NO FISH STORY SEE RACASrS FOR THE BEST IN BEER PUBLIC SOCIAL MOOSE BALLROOM TUESDAY APRIL 28 OPEN HAILY 8 TO 6 TO 9 Be 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