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TWO MORE POINTS FOR THE BARONS—
Butch MacCartee of Bethesda-Chevy Chase
High School (50) goes past Hobart Noll (31) of
Howard County High for a layup in the first
half of the basketball game in the Maryland
B-CC and Lackey Take
Maryland Cage Titles
By GEORGE BRAGAW
Contributing Writer
Bethesda-Chevy Chase High
School defeated Howard
County, 75-49. last night at the
University of Mary land to win
the Maryland Class A scholastic
basketball championship and
climax a “rebuilding” year
under first-year Coach Floris
Davvison.
Lackey successfully defended
its Class C title by defeating
Elmer Wolfe of Union Bridge,
36-29, and Valley of Lonacon
ing trounced Aberdeen. 57-43.
for the Class B championship
behind a 25-point performance
by 6-foot-1, 225-pound Oeorge
Lauder.
B-CC ripped off 15 straight
points before Howard County
scored a basket. The Barons,
behind Dave Young's 10-point
spurt, held a 19-6 lead at the
end of the first ouarter How
ard County was never able to
get closer than 13 points there
after.
Young Scores 23
Young, a 6-foot junior, led
the Baron scorers with 23 points
and Carl MacCartee chipped in
with 20.
It was the first State cham
pionship for B-CC. The Barons
wer bounced by Alleghany in
the final round in 1954.
MacCartee and Fred Rolle
were the only holdovers from
last ypar's team, but Young and
Brad Brooks came through
after moving up from the junior
varsity. The Barons weren’t
classed as Maryland Bi-County
threats until late in the season
when they knocked off Bladens-
Pettit Voted Tops
By NBA Players;
Baylor Selected
ST. LOUIS, Mar. 14 <AP>.—
The Sporting News today
named record scorer Bob Pettit
of the St. Louis Hawks as
player of the year, heading a
National Basketball Association
all-star team selected by a poll
of NBA players.
Others on the first team
were Elgin Baylor of Minne
apolis. also voted rookie of the
year, and three Boston Celtics
players Bill Russell, Bob
Cousy and Bill Sharman.
On the second team were
Ken Sears and Richie Guerin
of the New York Knickerbock
ers, Larry Costello and Dolph
Schayes of the Syracuse Na
tionals and Paul Arizin of the
Philadelphia Warriors.
Pettit's 2,105 points and a
29.2 average were new NBA
records. He also set marks for
field goals, free throws and
free throws attempted.
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i Lackey had little trouble with
! Wolfe in the Class C final, lead
j ing all the way to notch its
c third State title. The Braves
1 also won in 1955 in addition
g to last year.
Lackey moved into a 17-13
i halftime at intermission, after
i both teams had trouble hitting
'• the basket in the first half. But
* two quick baskets after stolen
'• passes by Lackey’s Tom Reese
? at the start of the third period
® put the game out of Wolfe’s
s reach.
t Valley Gets Quick Lead
r !
In the Class B game. Valley
l jumped oft to a quick lead and
> stretched it to 10 points at half
. time. The Black Knights scored
j 7 straight points early in the
. third period to move 17 points
in front before Aberdeen came
to life.
The Eagles scored five
i straight baskets near the end
5 of the third period, three by
i Bill Goswteler and two by Jim
Isom, to move within 4 points
■ at 42-38. But Valley took com
s mand in the final period, hold
i ing Aberdeen to two field goals
and one foul shot while scoring
e 15 points.
j , Q F Pt« Mow'd Co. O F Pt»
3 MacCartee 10 go Ash o o 0
k Brocks 2 •: o Chittenden 3 I 7
11 1 Young ii s" ! oeialer 1 .1 5
r H "13 Perkins 7 2 Iti
, i ao!l" i o 1 wtiorton 7 115
t Krueeer 0 o o Fisher 1 0
y Ricker 10 3 Hauschlld o o o
H. Smith :i o rl lieason 0 4 4
r, Reese n n n
Harm u •; •;
- Bradflock u 0 o
Apstein l u •;
_ M Smith 0 O o
Totals 38 Til 75 Totals T»7T 40
Halftime; :17-18, B-CC.
• Valler O F Pts Aberdeen O F Pts
) I Lauder li 736 B Goswle’r II 018
Metts H :| Ir, Connelly 1 ;i ;>
R. Brown 11 3 Panchuk 3 3 «
Chappell I 3 4 B Gsrlfiz <1 (I o
Winner 3 4 II) Van Durne O II 0
Craft 3 o 4
laom 4 0 8
P Smith 1 0 3
R Brown 0 0 o
P. Qarlltz o 0 n
y TOTALS 30 17 57 TOTALS IU H 43
Halflime; 33-33, Valley,
t I —-—-
S Lackey O P Pts E. Wolfe O. F Pts
a £ r ®*e i 11 frock 0 8 8
Be Hahn 5 o 111 Black 1 3 5
fj Hamm 3 1 5 Storey 3 :t 0
Hardesty 3 17 Daueherty 1 2 4
11 Reese :t 4 10 Myers 0 I 1
Bushev 0 o 0 Evans 10 3
Bowie 10 3
(1 Mason 0 ii o
Totals 15 (I 30 Totals 17 SB
e j Halftime: 17-13. Lackey
b
HOCKEY SCORES
e—
-3 NATIONAL I.EAGLE
. Boston | . Detroit 2
Toronto 3 New Fork 0
11 AMERICAN LEAGUE
- Cleveland 3 Her infield 3
p Providence 3 'fershey O
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Toledo 0 Indianapolis 2
a EASTERN LEAGUE
\ (Semifinal PUirffn)
1' Clinton 7; New Haven '{, (Clinton leads
. I best-of-*, aerie*. I-O).
3 -»ohn«town :t; Philadelphia ‘l. (Phila
delphia lead* best-of-7 series.
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6 ————————————————
State Class A finals last night at the University
of Maryland’s Cole Field House. The Barons
defeated Howard County, 75-49, for their first
State basketball championship.—Star Staff
Photo.
College Park, Congressional
Win DCAAU Swim Meet
The College Park Swim Club
won the men's section in finals
■ of the senior District of Colum
bia AAU swimming champion-
I 2.. =
; NCAA
( Continued From Page C-l
19-11 lead. It was 32-19 at
I the end of the half.
Egan’s 18 points and 13 re
bounds led the Hawk effort.
Navy finished its season with
’an 18-6 record against St.
| Joseph's 22-5.
IWest Virgin in O P, PPt s
'Akers * 5-ft 4 l
[ West . V! IMS 4 3.1
ClausMß 2 4-J 4 X
Smith « o-i o 12
Bolyard 2 1-1 3 3
Ritchie 2 m-IO 4 1*
Retton o 1-3 2 I
Pdtrone l 2-5 l 4
, Poach 0 O-o 3 O
Boston U. O F~ P Pt^
Cummings - O 4-7 1 22
Oates 7 4-0 4 IX
Washington 2 2-4 5 0
1 Statu* - ... 5 .1-0 5 13
Leainan 3 4-4 4 10
| Buprtano 3 2-5 2 x
O’Connell 1 3-3 3 5
Chamberlain 0 o-O 2 o
Totals 30 22-35 26 82
Halftime 45 aU.
Navy O V P Pts
i Bower - _ 3 3 »
Brown 4 3-5 1 11
Meizier 7 4-5 4 IX
Bsgnard 3 2-5 1 X
i Delano 1 1-7 1 t>
; H. Egan ft o-l 1 10
(Land . 1 o-l 1 2
Doyle 2 2-2 0 0
Totals 2* S-Tb 12 70
, xt. Joseph's O F P Pts
1 J Egan X 2-3 4 IX
I Bnratt 4 4-0 2 12
Sarke 4 3-4 3 11
silo 2 2-2 4 «l
McNeill 2 O-o 3 4
HofTscker o o-o o o
, Reilly o o-‘» 1 (>
' Coolican . <» 0-0 " (»
. r-ooke 2 o-o 1 4
\ Maiewski o 1-1 2 2
I Totals 22 12*16 20 50
Halftime 32-10. Navy
l|
KENTUCKY ROLLS
OVER MARQUETTE
t
EVANSTON, HI.. Mar. 14
(AP). Kentucky’s dethroned
setting a tourna
i ment record for field goals,
i crushed Marquette. 98-69. in
J the consolation game for third
:: place in the NCAA Mideast
!; basketball regional tonight,
j; Kentucky bagged 43 field
| goals, topping the 1955 record
|of 42 set by Utah,
s! Michigan State and Louis
” | ville. which last night upset
i Kentucky, met in the cham
: pionship game in Northwest
ern’s McGaw Hall before a
- crowd of 9.000.
| Kenutcky swished to a 19-1
jlead within the first flive min
- lutes an dheld a halftime mai-
I gin of 54-24. thanks to the
phenomenal shooting of Bennie
| Coffman and Don Mills.
i, Kentucky O P Pts Maruelte O F.Pts
J Cox 5 515 Maugham 2 O 4
Lickert 5 ti Iti Kolts 7 I 15
I Mills II 224 Moran H (MX
:t CofTman 13 22X Kollar 4 210
II Parsons 3 2 x McCoy 3 17
Johnson I I 3 Krrsten o 0 n
I Cohen 2 o 4 Riop I 0 2
2 Blusher 0 o 0 Pllnska 5 212
Dordeen 2 0 4 Supprlsa o 1 l
Jennings 1 o 2 Carter o 0
Robinson <» 0 O Kakuska O o 0
s Rouan 0 0 I)
-i Totals 43 12 OX Totals 28 13 60
I Halftime: 54-24 Kentucky.
wWW———— - w W
b ship* last night at the Untver-
Is sity of Maryland but th# upset
i- victory in the women's division
i- stole the show.
_ Congressional Country Club
w omen upset the Potomac Swim
Club (formerly Walter Reedi,
the defending champion. 153' 2 -1
115. Naval Receiving was thiid
I with 51*2 points.
Outstanding swimmer for
II Congressional was Janet Galla
gher, who won the 100-yard and
500-yard freestyle events.
In the men s section. College
h Park won with 159 points, fol
t. lowed by Congressional. 127,
Naval Receiving Station, 51,
, and Howard University, 2.
I Summaries:
''4 1 un-yard frrutylt: I—Frank Culkln.
•> Col In v Park 8C 2—Liennl, Johnston,
Congressional; :t—Dick Sinclair. Col
i . Ivge Park SC, Time: .72 8.
f loO.yard breaststroke I—Robert
a Oeyer. College Park SC: 2—Brian
„ Schwartg. College Park BC: 3—Nick
_ Paleologog, College Park BC. Time;
i ; 1:1 I .1.
- 2211-yard backstroke I—Roy Hall,
8 N»va! Receiving Station. 2—Barry
rt King. Contrcsoonal. .I—John Mlllg.
~ Cohere Park SC lime: 2:34.11. New
n record Pormcr record. 2:41.6.
K 100-yard butterfly: I—Dennis1 —Dennis Jonn
t ston. Congressional; 2—Tom Calo
,i merit Naval Receiving Btatlon; 3
_ Steve Klsley. College Park SC.
... lime 78 i.
440-yard freestyle: I—Tom Murphy.
Congressional: . —Corby Coutts, Con
g. gressional: .I—John Sott. Congres-
II slonai Time 41H 5 New record.
1 Former record. 4:5.7. 0.
8 4011-yard medley relay: I—Congres
-8 slonal "A"; 2—College Park SC. .1 —
e College Park SC Time: 4:08.5 (new
o record: former record. 4:i4:ii.
2 Women
« 100-yard freestyle: I —Janet Oallag
- , her. Congressional: 2—Sandy Miller,
'n Potomac Swimming Club. :l —Suzanne
s Ooi diner. Potomac Swimming Club
18 Time: 1:00 0
2 100-yard breaststroke: I—Diane
I Morria. Potomac Swimming Club: 2
0 Eileen Clrillo. Naval Receiving Station:
4 •'!—Oall Schoenfeld, Congressional
o i Time i:»:i :i
0 220-yard backstroke: I—Eileen Can
o ada. Congressional: 2—Margaret Can
-4 ada, Congressional: :i—Susan Con
t nolly. Potomac Swimming Club. Time:
- 2:52 :l
>*T 100-yard butterfly: I —Nancy Eyles.
Naval Receiving Station. 2—Karen
Johnston. Congressional :t—Carolyn
CiTiman. Congressional Time: 1 08,0
mew record former record. 1:11 Ml.
700-yard freesiyte: I—Jane! Gallag
her. Congressional: 2 —Karen Juhniton.
Congressional: :l—Susan Oardlner, Po
tomac Swimming Club Time: 0:17.7.
400-yard medley relay I—Congres
-4 slonal "A": 2 —Potomac Swimming
. Club “A": :i—Naval Receiving Sta
ll tton Time: 4:53.5.
.- ... ■
S,
Semifinals Set
d Semifinals of the Stewart Cup
d soccer matches will be played
fit 2:30 o’clock today.
i_ Myron Cowell meets the
;t Washington Sports Club at Six
teenth and Kennedy streets
■ _ N W , and Central Valet K. of C.
n plays St. Gerards of Baltimore
at • Twenty-third street and
j Constitution avenue N.W.
l-
ic; Bolling Five Closes
lp With 109-65 Victory
Five players hit double fig
-13 lures as Bolling Field's basket-:
in ball team ended its season with
a 109-65 victory over the Star
2 1 Grille team of Beaver Falls, 1
i Pa., last night at Bolling.
a' ———...
n
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Carroll, Molloy Reach
K. of C. Tourney Finals
Continued From Page C-l
the technical foul with 67 sec- 1
onds remaining, for a 64-58 .
lead, the Stanners' third •6- ,
point margin during the game. |
Little Herbert Magee and ,
substitute Ed Walsh scored ij
goals for West Catholic and ,
Jim Boyle made a foul shot to ,
cut the deficit to 64-63 with 15 ,
seconds left. Molloy, which lost
Burks on five personals 15 sec
onds earlier, couldn’t get thejj
ball up the floor and fouled n
Walsh, but he missed his one
and-one chance and Magee i
missed a jump shot before time
ran out.
West Catholic out-rebounded ,
the taller Stanners. 53-32. Jim i
Flavin led with 15 recoveries '
and Jim Boyle did a great de- j
fenslve Job on Bob Hutter. who i
was the New Yorkers' rebound-1|
ing and scoring leader* aga\st 1
DeMatha 24 hours earlier.
Stags' Shooting Off
DeMatha had the same
trouble against St. Catherine's
that it did against Molloy—poor |
shooting. The Stags made only j <
13 field goals in 46 tries, much
to the satisfaction of 34 parti- I
sans who paid their way here (
from Racine.
St. Catherine's spurted at the J
start of all four quarters and, j
although the score was tied six ]
times and the lead changed ;
hands another six, the Angels j
kept the advantage the last
time. i
NIT i
Continued From Page C-l '
1
the victory with accurate foul (
shooting. In the last five min
utes, the Braves got only one :
field goal but sank seven of
eight free throws.
Bradley made 31 field goals i
to Butler’s 33 but Bradley
made 21 of 27 frqe throws,
while Butler sank 11 of 26.
Balance and continual pres
sure got the job done for NYU
In the nationally-televised game
against Denver.
Scores for Opponent
NYU broke a 53-all tie with
14 minutes to play to win going i
away. Cal Ramsey. Stan Oroll
and little Russ Cunningham
dominated play.
With time running out. Cun
ningham intentionally flipped a
shot at his own basket and <
oanked it in neatly from 20 feet
away for a 2-polnter for Den- ■
ver. } ' i
Ramsey led both clubs with i
27 points.
Jimmy Peay. a 6-foot-2 ;
junior, led the Pioneers with 22 i
before fouling out with 4'. j mm- i
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Chuck Wood, a 6-foot-2 Jun
ior who was high scorer with
18 points, pumped in a goal
and two foul shots to over
haul the Stags, 40-37, to begin
the last quarter. Joe Oamell
popped in his sventh jump shot
lor a 47-43 lead with 2:30 left,
and the Angela stalled at every
opportunity thereafter to run
| out the clock.
W. f»th. aF PU A. Molloy O F Ft*.
Lynom 4 7IS Hutter 1.1 5
Beck 4 •! 11l Burke «12 :t(l
Flavin S 010 Capo 3 S it;
Moire 7 4IS Orodxlckl 4 210
1 Boyle 3 17 Oaffltan 1 0 2
Mr Andrews 0 o o Bamonte 17 9
Biller o 11 Buckley 0 0 it
Moore 0 0 0
Waleh 1 0 S
Totals STineil' Totals 19 28 84
Halftime: 11.1-32. West Catholic.
De Matha OF PU A.Ca ne'e O.F FU.
Spoils 6 313 Pouleen 4 Al 3
Endrea 1 It N Wood 410 IS
Herbert* 3 713 Oamell 7 014
Blelaekl 11 3 Schtlke 0 11
Canada 2 4 8 May 10 2!
Buckley 0 0 0 OUey 0 0 0,
! Cooke 0 It o Letach 10 2
! Carrell 0 0 O
Bean 1 0 2
I Totals 13 2147 Total* 17 10 50
I Halftime: 21-18. Bt. Catherine'!.
Q. of Fee. O F Pta C. Catholic O F Fta
Barrett it 3 15 tarkln 5 010
Anderaon 2 4 8 Mitchell 4 310
; Moscitnio ‘l .*i 7 Orgurlch 4 r» l:»
Gebauer *'l .'i f» Runne X o ft
ILaw n :i .i ORielly Q 3 3
IstoffckPl •J 0 4 McAnulty 3 2 8
iQrandjean 1 o -
I Richmond 0 0 0
I Totals 16 10 4H Totals 75 r* 50
Halftime: 27-28. Queen of Peace.
Carroll O P Ptn. Paced! O F PU
Hoover 2 12 3chottler 3 0 0
Malloy 4 1 0 Beheld 1 0 2
ThomoKon * 21H Donovan ft 1 131
Leftwich i 3 9 lender ft 1 13
Skinner 2 4 Manchka O 0 0
D Barnet, o o o Decker 0 0 0
Moore I O 2 Meyera 10 2
OBMen 11 3
B Barnes 1 o 2
Romig 9 0 o
Totals 25 9 59 Totals 17 230
1 Halftime: 30-17. Carroll.
utes to play.
Peay took a nasty header into
the crowd midway in the first
half as Cunningham fouled him
on a drive toward the basket.
Peay plunged headlong into a
spectator and bounced off into
a steel pole that supports the
basket. He was shaken up but
after treatment from the train
er, was able to continue.
Mid-Court Basket •
In the afternoon opener.
Egan, touted as the best col
lege player in New England
since Bob Cousy and looking it,
idly passed the ball back and
forth with Jim Schwartz until
10 seconds were left. Then
Schwartz passed to Egan near
mldcourt and cut in for a
screen in front of Egan, who
took two dribbles and jumped
for a long distance shot that
whipped through the net dead
center.
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when the Friars from Provi
dence bolted into a 19-8' lead,
the game developed into per
sonal duels between Egan and
Lennie Wilkens of Providence
and Dougherty and Tom Leder
of Manhattan. Dougherty
BOWLING O
WITH ROD THOMAS

Today the duckpln experts
concentrate on the Bladensburg
Open while men and women
with averages of less than 110
fire In the Bill Wood “Dub"
Handicap at the Lucky Strike
and men and women of all
degrees of skill shoot in the
Greater Washington tourna
ment at the Hl-Skor, which
will end next week end. Entries
are still open.
• • • •
ft was a sensation when
Charley Wade’s Rockville Open
last year attracted 156 duck
plnners to his small, but cozy
plant. Yet. there will be many
more than that In the event
to be rolled over the next two
week ends.
As of yesterday. Wade had
received 192 requests for re
servations, with prospects for
about 20 more. They are com
ing from throughout the duck
pin world. Virtually all of the
places In the shifts to roll
next Saturday and Sunday
have been filled.
Wade Is hoping to persuade
some of the Washington and
Baltimore bowlers to switch re
servations with entrants from
Connecticut, who would like to
compete both at Rockville and
in a big tournament slated
March 26-28 at Winsted, Conn.
Among these is Roy Upp of
scored 34 and Leder 19 for the
Jaspers while Egan netted 28
against Wilkens' 14 for the
Friars.
Manha'an G.F.Fti. Flnldrm G.F.Fta.
aouihtrty 12 10 34 Woods 3 0 4
Burkoskl 0 0 0 Wilkens 5 414
Leder 7 SIW Bchmentl 2 15
Koentt 11 3 Euan MlO 28
Sharkey 2 3 0 Bchwarta 8 1 17
Cleary o 1 i Oulmares li 0 0
Brunope 11 3 Holshelmer 0 0 0
Totals 23 SO «« Totals 20 Til 68
Hailtime 37-33. Providence
VVt! GFPts Denver OFPs
Ramsey 11 527 Peay 8 622
Barden 7 4 18 Lee li 1 13
Sanders « 5 17 Grlnstead 7 2 10
Grol’ 7 2 10 Cole 8 3 1H
Cunni'i'm 4 2 in Campbell 2 0 4
Reus 0 2 2 Perrare 1 o
Hollis 0 0 li
Bkov 11 3
Lesatz o o n
Gal'insky o o ij
Totals 35 20 9o Totals X 34 13x81
x-Denver field coal scored by NYU
plaver
Haittlme: 39-38. Denver.
Bradley G.P Pts Boiler O F Pta
Smith 9 «24 Jones 2 3 7
Morse o 2 2 Engle 0 o n
McDade 2 2 « Pennington H 1 13
Mason 4 10 18 Scott 8 4 2tl
Owens 8 117 Barrick 5 212
Baundera 8 016 Bose « 018
• HaOner 3 17
Leffler o 0 IJ
Totals 313183 Totals 33 U 77
Halltlme: 51-46. Bradley
Bt. Bo'ture O F Pts St. John's G P Pts
Cava'tere 3 17 Selden 315 21
Pairfieid 5 3 13 Jackson 12 327
T. Btlth 5 010 Alfleri 2 3 7
S Stith 8 622 Roetbel 4 412
Newhook 5 515 Engert 2 913
Fttzn rick 1 o 2 Dellacave o 0 o
McHugh o o o Pedone O 0 O
Schrnuth o i i Dnley 1 0 2
Klliander O o 0 Durkin o 0 0
Martin 2 0 4 Oenlrs 0 0 o
Ryan o 0 0
Totals 29 16 74 Totals 24 34 82
Halltlme 39-36. St Bonaventure.
s Wethersfield. Conn., who will
t be the defending champion at
i Rockville, where he averaged
D 140-6 for eight games to earn
’’ S6OO This time the first prize
e will be 8900, with second* worth
I SSOO and third S3OO, with an
e other S3OO tossed Into the kitty
-by the Coca Cola Bottling Co.
i Last year there were 33 places
s in the payoff, plus an award
for high game. The entry fee
1 Is $25.
D** * *
a Leaders in the Greater
. Washington tournament as the
y second week end began were:
\ MEN
o Teams—Class A. Bank of
Maryland. 1767; B, Bucking
ham Market, 1739; C. Five Aces,
. 1805.
r Doubles—Class A, L. Jeffries
- O. Simons, 767; B, S. Green
- berg-G. Simons, 736; C. H. Hol
e derness-R. Varson, 681.
II Singles—Class A, B. Stanton,
y 390; B, C. Harp, 401; C. P.
. Murray, 358.
I WOMEN
- A, Crown Let
n terlng, 1624; B. Dauphin Si
o Lutz. 1678; C, Bluejays, 1500.
Doubles—Class A, A. Belas
-1 P. Jones, 722; B, M. Harman-
D. Bell. 658: C. L. and V. Mal
r loy, 630.
- Singles—Class A, Nell Huff,
432; B, Peggy Carroll, 330;
t Class C, no entries.
3 MIXED TEAMS
e
Jones Builders, 1594.
4** * *
-. One of the best games this
~ season by a low-average woman
ij bowler was a 160 rolled by Ger
. trude Fortier of Malcolm Esso
*in the Arlington Women’s
s, Commercial League. She aver
:i ages 95. The game included a
J; triple strike and a spare.
4 |
0
h Citizens to Fete
East Capitol A. C.
s_ Inspector John E. Winters of
the Youth Aid Division of the
j* Metropolitan Police Depart
-2 ment will be guest at a dinner
? for the East Capitol A. C. at
« 7 p.m. Friday at the East Capi
-7 tol Center, 5725 East Capitol
street.
The affair is being sponsored
1 Jointly by the Central North
-2 east Civic Association and the
East Capitol Resident Council.
•> Also among the guests expected
il; to attend will be Buddy Young,
!J former star of the Baltimore
-1 Colts, and Sal Hall, football
' coach at Cardozo High School.

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