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THE SUNDAY STAR Wwfcimtwi, D. C., Sunday, March 2J, 1959 Four Picks Complete All-Star Cage Lineup Three of the East’s outstand ing college basketball players and a Southern giant completed the rosters yesterday for Wed nesday night’s East-West all itar basketball game at Mary land's Cole Field House. The players added to the East team were Cal Ramsey, the 6-foot-4 rebounding de mon from New York U.; A1 Beiden, playmaker for St. John's in the NIT final yester day; Rudy Laßusso. Dart mouth’s All-Ivy and All-East center and Oene Tormohlen, •-8 star from Tennessee. Members of Maryland’s “M” Club committee will make about a dozen trips to the airport today to meet the college sen iors. Ron Loneski of Kansas arrived yesterday. The players will stay at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. The coaches. Hank Iba of Oklahoma State and Bud Milli kan of Maryland, a one-time pupil of Iba’s. were to arrive today from Louisville, where they attended the NCAA coaches' convention. Both teams will practice tomorrow afternoon and Tuesday at Maryland. Advance ticket sales indicate a crowd of about 8.500 for the B o'clock game. The spectators will include scouts from all the pro teams, as this game wifi attract more star players than any other college all-star game this season. The complete rosters: EAST: John Richter and Lou Pudllo 5r North Carolina State. Jim Hockadar. Irmphls State: Bailer Howell. Ml»*lt- Ippi State; Alan Selden St John* <N T.»: Cal Ramsey. NYU: Jon Clnce lox. Syracuse; Rudy Laßusso. Dart- Rangers Beat Detroit, 5-2, Near Playoffs DETROIT, Mur. 21 <AP). The New York Rangers pulled a step nearer clinching fourth place and the final playoff posi tion of the National Hockey League with a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Red Wings today In a televised game. Camille Henry and Andy Hebenton each scored twice as the Rangers snapped a five game losing streak with five goals in the first 28 minutes. Now one point ahead of fifth place Toronto, the Rangers can; sew up a playoff berth with a home victory against Montreal tomorrow night even if Toronto j wins its last game. Today's loss means Detroit will miss the playoffs for the first time in 21 seasons, longest such streak in NHL history. It also meant a last place finish and the worst Red Wing show ing since the original Detroit team of 33 years ago. Only two seasons ago De troit was the league champion, winning that honor for the eighth time in nine seasons. The Wings, hopeful in their belated drive after posting two! victories, were chilled early. Henry got the opener at 1:08, of the first period and Heben-, ton made it 2-0 while New York was short handed at 16:14. Gordie Howe interrupted the; Ranger parade with his 32d goal on a power play. New York wrapped it up; with a pair of quick goals i early in the second period j while Pete Goegan served a 5-minute penalty for draw-, ing blood with a slash at Ranger Captain Red Sullivan. Henry hit at :24 and Hebenton at 1:05. Larry Popein finished the Ranger scoring at 8:30 of the middle stanza. Marcel Prono vost managed Detroit’s other goal midway in the finale. TORONTO, Mar. 21 <AP>.— The Toronto Maple Leafs de feated the Chicago Black Hawks, 5-1, tonight to force the decision of the fourth and last playoff spot of the Na tional Hockey League into the final night of the season’s reg ular schedule. MONTREAL, Mar. 21 <AP>. —Vic Stasiuk’s three-goal per formance, two of them in the dying minutes of the game, gave the Boston Bruins a 4-3 victory tonight over the Mont real Canadiens in the closing game here of the National Hockey League regular season. Cash in|Jj minutes p if iq Will Loan You ■ MONEY! Whether your car or ' trurk is paid lor or not \ Call! j NOW! 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It may just y VjMMMj w Say you want a stylish, spacious than the Chevrolet Impala 4-Door happen that one of them is exactly ■ car that combines low initial cost with Sport Sedan. You’ll probably choose the car you have in mind. It’s al rock-bottom operating expense. You’ll Chevy's velvety V 8 power teamed most certain—with models ranging The smart switch is to the ’59 Chevy! m \ now—see the wider selection of models at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer’s! Crack Field Expected for Marine Meet > A standout field, headed by Pole Vaulters Bob Outowski and Don Bragg, Hurdler Elias Oil bert and Glenn Davis, all around star from Ohio State, is expected for the third runing of the Marine Corps Schools Relays April 10-11 at Quantlco. Ron Delany, one of the world’s great milers, also may be on; hand. More than 600 athletes are expected from 40 schools and) military installations. Ed Moran, miler and Dick Engelbrink, IC-4A 2-mile rec ord-holder, will lead a strong team from Penn State, while Tom Robinson, Big 10 sprint champion, and Hurdler Pete Stanger will be on hand for Michigan. Quantico officials have their fingers crossed for a break in the weather. Rains put a damper on the two previous relays. TD Club Greeting Senators April 8 A “welcome home - ’ luncheon will be tendered the Washing ton baseball team by the Touchdown Club Wednesday, April 8, at the Statler Hotel. A reception will be held at noon preceding the luncheon. Several features have been listed for the Senators’ home coming celebration, one of which is the attendance of women. Reservations may be made by calling A1 Piorentlno, Touch down Club manager, at Nation al 8-2975. New York Yacht Takes Ocean Racing Honors VARADERO BEACH. Cuba, Mar. 21 (AP).—The Callooh. Emil Mosbacher, Jr.’s smart 43- foot yawl, winner of the St. Petersburg -to - Havana yacht race, today was declared cham pion of the Southern Ocean Racing Conference. The Governor’s Cup, based on points won in five major races, went to Mosbacher of the Storm Trysail Yacht Club of New York shortly after he sailed the Callooh to a sixth place finish in the 60-mile Havana - to - Varadero Beach race today. M. H. Hogan’s Glass Slipper, flying the colors of the South ern Yacht Club of New Orleans, won today’s race but did not place among the top 10 for the entire five races. Rhubarb Is Second Callooh received 272.5 points. The points are based on per formance in the Lipton Cup Race. Mtami-to-Nassau Race. Nassau Cup Race. St. Peters burg-to-Havana Race and to day's race. Rhubarb. 40-foot yawl owned by Benjamin DuPont of Essex, Conn., placed second in the point standings with 264.0. Others in the leading 10 were: Southern Star, 238.4; Coman che. 216.5; Hilarla, 216.2; In terlude. 196.6: Caribee, 195.4; Ariel V. 192.9; Cava, 192.8; Good Hope. 158.5. Lobe De Mar Runnerup The Glass Slipper, a 41-foot yawl, sailed the 60 miles from Havana to Varadero Beach in 13 hours 25 minutes and 24 seconds and was given the vic tory on a corrected fleet time of 11:17.17. Lubo De Mar, 67-foot cutter from Havana, finished first In 12:20.16 but placed second be hind Hilarla in Class C. Hilarla. 55-foot yawl owned by Hugh Schaddlee of Macatawa, Mich., ran the,course in 12:51.06 and nad a corrected time of 11:58.00. The Lubo, largest wheel in the race, had no handicap. Class C boats also took sec ond and thrld places. Rhubarb was second in corrected time of 11:43.46, and Southern Star, 41-foot yawl owned by James Mullen II of Richmond. Va„ was third in corrected time of 11:54.52. U. S. Riders to Leave Tuesday for Europe NEW YORK. Mar. 21 (Spe cial).—Four top riders, includ ing Hugh Wiley of Towson, Md., will leave International Air port with 12 horses Tuesday for a four-month tour of Eu rope. Wiley, Bill Stelnkraus of Westport, Conn., Frank Chapot of Wallpack, N. J„ and George Morris of New Canaan, Conn., make up the United States equestrian team which will first see action in the interna tional Jumping competitions at Rome. May 1-10. From Rome the tour will move to Wiesbaden, Germany. May 15-18; Vienna, May 28- 31; Paris, June 13-21; Aachen, June 27-July 1, and London. July 20-25. ROTC Rifle Winners The University of Maryland Air Force ROTC rifle team de feated Howard University’s Army ROTC team. 1,425 to 1,- 370, yesterday at Howard. Henderson Re-elected CIAA Head Dean Thomas H. Henderson . of Virginia Union University i was renamed president of the , Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association as the group wound , up its 47th meeting yesterday at Howard University. The association also an nounced the shift of its cham i pionshlp basketball tournament 1 to North Carolina AdcTs new field house at Greensboro. N. C. The field house, to be com pleted by fall, will seat 9,000 ' —4,000 higher than the capa city at North Carolina College where the tournament was held this year. More than 2,000 fans were turned away from the final. The event grossed $17,000. Other officers named were ' Vice Presidents Manuel Riv ero, Lincoln (Pa.) College; ■ Joseph E. Thompson, St. Paul's ' College of Lawrencevllle, Va., ’ and Dr. I. G. Newton, North Carolina College; secretary treasurer, O. O. Sinleton, Vir ginia State; assistant secretary ' treasurer, T. H. E. Jones, St ! Paul’s, and the following ' commissioners: R. D. Arm -1 strong. Rocky Mount. N. C.. 1 football; Frank Burnette, Dur ' ham, N. C„ basketball, and < Robert Barco, Norfolk, other sports. Baltimore Girl Bows In Badminton Final LONDON. Mar. 21 (AP).— Heather Ward of England won the women's singles title in the All-England badminton cham -1 pionships—the unofficial world ■ championships—today by de i feating Judy Devlin of Balti ■ more, the defending champion, 11—7, 3—11,11—4. M Club Expects Big Crowds For Pro Net Matches Here With Lew Hoad acting like he doesn't believe press notices about the Invincibility of Pan cho Gonzales, the University of Maryland M Club is looking forward to tremendous crowds for its pro tennis matches April 4-5 in spacious Cole Field House.. The M Club is looking for capacity crowds of 12,000 fans for its Saturday night and Sun day afternoon shows and any thing Hoad can do to promote himself will be appreciated. Australians Mai Anderson and Ashley Cooper also are on the program. All funds realized by the pro motion will go into the M Club’s scholarship fund. Gonzales had things pretty much his own way the last two years, crushing his opponents practically all along the way on Jack Kramer's tour to win acclaim as the world's pro champion. Last year Hoad, former Aus- St. John's Cager Has Operation Lefty Madden, St. John's High School basketball player, is recovering from a hernia operation Friday at Suburban Hospital. Madden, also the captain of the cadet corps at St. John's, had been troubled by the ail ment throughout the season. However, he kept quiet about it until the season ended. He was selected on the Catho lic League All-Star team which was defeated by Carroll, 93-52, Friday night, but was forced to give in to the operation that ! morning. I tralian Davis Cup star, was i Gonzales' victim. Hoad got off to an early lead and then wilted ' before the strong drives of the t big Californian, i "That was last year,” Hoad I I says and backing him up is l i Olln Parks, who directs the tour for Kramer. "Instead of getting weaker, i Hoad is getting better all the ■ time," Parks says. “I think they’ll go down to the wire." Olmedo Will Get Hero's Welcome In Lima Today 1 LIMA, Peru, Mar. 21 (AP).— 1 A hero's welcome awaits Alejan dro Olmedo, who left his native 1 Peru five years ago as a shy 1 unknown, when he returns to morrow as the king of world amateur tennis. The handsome, 23-year-old, who almost single-handedly won the Davis Cup for the United States will be decorated by President Manuel Prado with this nation’s highest sports award—the Laurel De i portivo de Primer Grado. , Throngs of admirers will i greet him at the airport when i he arrives with Perry Jones, non-playing captain of the ! United States Davis Cup team, , and Earl Buchkolz, jr. of St. . Louis, a fellow member of the team. The National Stadium. ; with a capacity of 50,000, is expected to be filled to the brim ■ when he plays an exhibition i match against Buchholz. , i Olmedo is scheduled to speak I from the balcony of a Lima : newspaper office to fans gath ered in the street.