Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on March 4, 1945 · Page 25
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, SUNDAY TIMES, CUitBlSRIAXD, MD.. SUNDAY. MARCH'4, 1»4S TWENTY-FIVE ser Tornado Floor •= '-•:•• .• i"i"£-; ••••• Scene Of Big . -, •'•:•>(•:••:••,• V,;^!.& O Court Battle Fancy-Shooting. Explorer Crew, Winner of 24 Games, Making Bid'For Undefeated Reason ' Keyser Has Good Record At Home Toruado 'Hasn't Lost Game Since 1943 Defeat by LaSalle—AHS Host to Somerset Tomorrow, WUh the city championship' already. stored away, the Jancy- ihooting LaSalle High Explorers will sr.f'mpt to' hurdle' one of two ob- s'.iiles in the path of an unbeaten leatiliir season when they meet Key( j>r High's Golden Tornado basket br.;ade Tuesday night on the Key!•:: floor. " . '•-.••.. ••'• if. Coach Art Slocum's hoopmen screed In getting past the rangy Tornado aggregation, they • will • be hithly favored to haul down the curtain with a triumph ' over . the Rnmney High Pioneers on the litters' floor on Wednesday. After the Bomney clash, the Explorers will play a number of exhibition games in preparation for fceir defense of the Eastern States Cs:ho:ic invitational tournament ti:ic at Newport, R. I. Ths tourney Kirs. March 22. ...... '.LaSaUe dribbled past Keyser, 44 to 25, ir. the first meeting last month on ihe SS. Peter & Paul boards b-t the Explorers will be willing to K'.tie (or any kind of a conquest Tuesday. All Seats Reserred Al: sears .are reserved for' the coivsst which has been booked as the No. 1 attraction of the season t: .the Keyser battle arena. The game will start at 8 o'clock following a 7 o'clock preliminary between the Ksyicr Reserves and Howard High e-f Piedmont. The Tornado Reserves ar.d Howard divided in two previous •r.-:e!;rigs with the Piedmont quint v.:u!iug the first tussle by a. 24-23 count and Keyser grabbing .a, 24-21 decision in the second Joust after trailing 17-1 at halftime. . . Keyser ha*n't dropped * game to i scholastic opponent since 1943 -ten La Sails turnsd the trick by i one-point margin, the final count tens 24 to 33. That skirmish was with first ont team L-. she lead and then th« other C-ecrta Geatz, who was LmSalle's tar that year, wa* ej*«t*d, along iri!h Dick Davy ot Keytar, for flght- fc? in the final atansa. Tornado Good •* BOOM Xeyser -followers contend toe torr.Etio passers were definitely off lean In their three 1945 visit* to Cumberland for games with the Explorers. AUegany and Fort Hill. Coach Fred "Tack" Clark's crew punched out a 32-28 win over Fort l'btit bowed 30-28 to Allegany. «aU High of Frostburg, which | k<; a 40-30 decision at Keyser, is toe only team to score 30 points : the Tornado 'floormen on | taeir home timber. Fort Hill lost i fi-M and Allegany bowed 39-37 in |ape s at Keyser. • I Kal "Doc" Newcotne, Keyser [ «e.-;tcr, is nursing an 'Injured loot tr.Q may not be able to play against Sie Explorers. In the. event,', he awsn't start, Mentor, Clark will Rove Fritz Shaffer back to his old pact post with Kenny See replacing | SaaJfpr at forward. :;. . -.-.>•.• _. Somerset Here Tomorrow ' The Allegany Campers, who lost » -.1-33 verdict to LaSalle Friday | t?h! on the SS. Peter & Paul floor a -sr a determined scrap, will make I J--W final appearance before the Mae fans tomorrow night when tey engage the Somerset (Pa.) JjSja Eagles in a return clash at Cssnpobello. The Eagles handed the simpers a 30-23 reverse In th« game of the season for the K«;s last December. •• • ; ^ne West Sideri will bring their ««« skirmishing to a. close with > t-o-day road trip to Pennsyl|I°-; Ia °ver. th« weekend. On Friday, I Coach "Bill" Bowers' tossers will I Westmont High at Johnsn, while on Saturday Bedford IT:; 1 P'ay host to the Alco quint l*'e?ari y toed o topped both teams here, Bedford 38-32 and West- inscni -JO to 37. - : : ,. [PARSONS ffl RALLIES TO SHADE COALTO1X Parsons, W. Va., March 3—The |^7°ns High Panthers chalked up tf-j.r twelfth victory In la starts rr-. night at Coalton when they -from behind to land a 19-17 : the tr . ' Cecil stalnaker of the Pan'•',"•',": " scd h ! s reserves in the first a T>d part of the third frtfme tnft regulars pulling the game -j-1' °f the fire in the final heat. kr» i amners went ahead early In t":.•**'•• quarter and managed to E--" on to the lead the rest of the Gilmore sparked the win_. > seven points while Putzcl; r '-'rt a half dozen markers for vii. • Parsons will close Its •v season here Wednesday '-. r>pposing Oakland (Md.) High ^".eups: .j , • G. ';• f 0 ^•S:::::::::!: 5 <ub .., "~*. rah r.n. rt*. 1-1 i 2-1 4 3-4 0-3 0-0 3-3 1-3 I - orliig — Htbb, Barb, Michaels. G. r.G. i • '1 3-3 1 0-0 3 0-J 3 9-2 e 1-1 1 |}. ; i5rVj! y P«l'«i«:" * I H-18 IB H It—17 •:•„.. .^' OMI.CIR TRACK '"'«' J "i« S3! Wisconi'ln SI. Jug McSpadeil West Virginia And Snead Tie "17 iTai T 1 ror Upen Lead 1: j\ .;::/.'_; '. — . ''..' Both Fire Six.Un<kr-Piirr." msb urBh, March both teams making their last appearance of the season, West Virginia University's biisketball team took »n easy victory over Carnegie Tech here tonight. WTTT IAM rrmire ra The Mountaineers, paced by Jim- WILLIAM GOBER JR. ; my Wa i|haU, got a^ny to tin early Jacksonville, Pla,, March 3—<av- te«d in Uie first period and kept it Turning on the power. Slaminin' throughout, in the initial., period Sammy Snesd and Harold (Jug) they led 14-10 and sported 9. 30-20 McSpaden flred slx-under-par 66's lead at half time. . . today to go mto a first-place tie In Holding their fast pscc. the vlsl- the third .found of the $5,000 Jack- tors seemed to score at wm and in- sonville Open golf tournament. placed them two strokes ahead of HIIUCU mem ma stroKes aneaa 01 'inc raruins, much shorter than i Ky Laffoon of Chicago, whose 66 to- their opponents, had a tough time i day put him in second position with getting the ball olf the back board. "^ The Skibos ako made a poor show„ Bob Hamilton of Chicago, Ka- ing at the foul line, sinking ontv tional PGA champion, who led dur- "— ' - -- - • — - - ing the Hrst two rounds, faltered badly. He'carded a 71 for a 203 to- "YV1NNAHS AN STILL CHAMPS"—The LaSalle High Explorers were a tired but happy bunch as the Sunday Times lens hound mapped this picture in th« dressing room following their thrilling 41-33 victory over the AUegany Campers before an overflow crowd Friday night on the SS. Peter and Paul School floor. The triumph, the twentj--fourth in a. row for the undefeated -Explorers, enabled them to retain the city championship for the fourth straight season. Seated in front of Coach Art Slacum In left-to-right order are ; Jack Steiner, Tommy "T-Bone" Geatz and Ray Shaffer.' In the rear row are Eddie Malloy, Mentor Slocum, .Ed "Bunny" Gunning and Carl Muller. • - . • . ' '. . American Cops Mason - Dixon Cage Tourney •-.. ft __^ .'•••_:• ;• . "; Eagles Wallop Game Bui Outclassed Johns Hop: kins Aggregation, 70 to 36 •••'''• By WTLLIAM O. YARN ! Baltimore, M»xch 3 (ft —' Azntii- defe«t«d th» gam* but outQliued Johni Hoplctna BhM J«.yi tonight 7O- to iri& *h« »nnu«U MMon-Dtaon oonf*renc«, h»<*«tb«rl toornament chiunpionshrp. • •> • There w»s never any doubt about the outcome at>th« rangy Bagle», led by. their star center Bob Lindeman, drew first blood and stayed in front all the way. - •..: Lindeman, who has spsrkplugged the American team all season, was high scorer with 16 points, but for Individual honors, he was given a close race by Paul Mitrc«, Hopkins star. •-.•'•• v The play started slowly with each team attempting to pass through the other's defense .for an open shot. After two-minutes, Walter' Smith worked his way in close and sneaked in a field goal to give the Eagles a two-point lead. ........,Lindeman, batting in a rebound, and Smith again with a one-hand shot from the side, made it 6-0 before Walter Potter dropped in. a long looping, try to give Hopkins its first points with five minutes gone. Bob Berry made a free throw for American and "Hank" Pizza and Lindeman counted with two more field goals for a 11-2 lead. Hopkins tired, under the fa'st pace and .but for a beautiful shot by Mitros from far out steadily fell behind. . , • • ' - > With approximately half of the first period gone, American and run up a 10-4 lead. .' Mitros again scored for the Jays on a pivot, but the Eagles countered with three straight field goals, one by Walter Smith and two by Berry to make it 25-6. . The Blue Jays rallied at 1 that point and matched the Eagles In scoring, but were behind 18 points at half time. The lineups: American D. G Love, f W. Smith. : Perm, t Fellers, f Lindeman, o- Vpir. c Pitia. i Berry, g R. Pojton. l B. Miller, g L. Smith, t ....... rr o :-. 1 :' o o Tot'ls 33 4 10 M J*hns Hopkins G F TF Ttt Wagner, t t 0.0 1 Potter, f ... a 0 i I 4 P. Miller, f .. . ... o 1 ; ; I ] Utterback. I . ... o 00 0 Mltrei, c ... . ...S3 I 15 Moler. c. . ...on o 0 C. Miller, t . . ... 0 ' l o i Cold, t ... 5 .1 i 13 Bonura. i ... . ... 0 0 o 0 Chambers, f .; ... 0 0 0 0 Totals ...'.'...'.-.;..• H 8 i 55 J"ree thrown missed: Gold J; Miller: W. Smith; ~R. Miller: Referee—Paul Menton. \TAPP1NG ON THE undefeated Explorer basketball team almost loet a chance to "accentuate the positive" FYiday packed gym was about 15 degrees ^oo high for comfort. ...;.•• ; The game was rough in ipots only it WM hard-foueht. The tfjtil^. Tri« Highly touted Bxplortw were unable to "k«»p gloom down to a minimum" In the first half of th« contest in the LaSalle cheering section because late in th'» game when Gene "Wilbur" Shaw, Allegany guard, pushed driving LaSalle'i Ray Shaffer into the :rowd M tho latter was into the basket for a »core. for Handicapped by si wrist % Injury which kept Captain Johnny Cox, their scoring star, on -the sidelines for almost half the game, Campers nevertheless, came out fighting and led the high-scoring Explorers during most of' the first half. They tossed LaSalle's big odds out the shower window before the game and managed to stick with the Explorers right down to the final gun. : ••.:.- . .-. ..;.•: In fact, smiling countenances on the LaSalle side of the court turned to gloom in the matter of a few minutes In the fourth quarter as the Campers preceded to pull within two points of the Explorers with only four minutes to go. LaSalle boasted a 10-polnt margin when the Alco shooters 'suddenly, came to life and sent eight straight markers through the hoops on bulls-eye pitching. ::'•-. • Although the Explorers were a long way from hitting their peak, they nevertheless retained part of their championship form to settle down and, send enough tallies through the meshes to sew up the decision. - ' . . " .. The Blue and Gold, sensing Allegany -meant business with Us heart-throbbing rally, called for ' a time out midway In the final canto. The Explorers studied the situatloti In the one-minute rest period, and then went about retaining the city championship for • the fourth straight season in a business-like manner. • ...... The 1,200 or more fans at the game, incidentally, represented the largest crowd to pack the Saints' gym since March 1942, when the Harlem Globe Trotters met the Cumberland Collegians In a Sunday night encounter there. .. Some of the fans sitting in the "overflow"«scats on the floor were bumped around a bit when the torrid action on the court carried out of bounds but no "casualties" were reported. And strange as it seems, none of the spectators left the temporary seats to do any "threatening" when the score WBS as close as paint on ^a house. ' "Rooters 1 ;''for both sides had to literally "sweat out the game", as the temperature inside the sardine- - ..-.., through the mob of admirers in the LaSalle dressing room"to again acknowledge his hcat- of-the-battle error. . • •• It's all in the game and acts of sportsmanship like that tend to strengthen relations between two schools where rivalry has always been lively. According to a story in the Camp Parks (Cal.) Log, official Seabee publication, Norm Gerdeman, former all-round athlete at Allegany High, is making a strong bid for a starting assignment on the camp's baseball team. "Outstanding among the 35 new men reporting for the first practice session is Norman Gerdeman, of Security, a promising infielder with — l -" experience," the story pro ball states. . . The Parks Seabees will open their exhibitlon season Tuesday at Fleet 3Ity and will play seven other California clubs prior to launching their -.. „ .,-„ o.^..^»,. 1B „,„!, wilall ^ f-avy. League campaign April 23. Lattimer, Grace forward throwing ........ service year Jim Catahese, Former Local Boxer, To Fight In "Garden" Pvt. J»m« "Jimmy" Catanese, former local amateur 'boxer, last week won the 135-pound open class title in the second annual North Florida Golden Gloves tournament at Jacksonville, according to •. press release from Camp Gordon Johnston. : -,- ..;..;• .' .. ^. • '• The local Ie»'th«r pusher, by winning over Bill Auton of the Jacksonville A. O. on » technical-knockout in the fir»t round, r«tned the right to fight with the North Florida t«rn in the Tournament of Grmmplom »t Mndfson Square Garden next Monday, t Catnncie wax . defeated in thn fcmi-flnuls at Jacksonville but was given * chance to fight In the finals when his opponent. Clyde Gordon of the St. John's shipyards, TFBS disqualified. Cp.tanese was presented the coveted miniature golden gloves for his kayo victory. Pvt. Catenae Is a cook with the 117th Training Company, Harbor Craft Training Regiment. It Is the only «ervlce forces training center in tht country engaged in amphibious operations. Catanese has been In the Army almost three ycnrs but didn't don th» mitts as a soldier until transferring to Gordon Johnston about eight months ago. He also nerved four months In the Navy before Being given a medical discharge. Calvary Upset By St. John's In Church Loop i Methodist Passers Drop First Came of Season, 34-22—Two Records .':' i Shattered Shaw, however, what he The Camp Parks aggregation was reputed to be the No. 1 team among nines Jn that section last Tlie Seabees' attractive exhibition Itinerary includes games with the Oakland Oaks, the San Francisco Seals, of the Pacific Coast League, the Owl Drugs of Trisco, Treasure Island, St. Mary's Pre-FHght and Almeda Air Station. . In an added note, Norm says more big-league players are In the service around the California section than there are now In the majors. Some of the service stars on the Coast include Joe Gordon Dolph Camilli. Bartell, by the way, is coach of the Treasure Island outfit. Gerdeman, who recently returned <-ii-i udiicui, wuu jeteiiuy reLurnea ti - 11 ' U J ** a" to this country after a long stay In cd to tum the Pacific, is at present In a. naval """* "'""^ hospital at Shoemaker, Cal., but the first ball Is hurled Tuesday. When Art Slocum gave his 'LaSalle High Explorers the "green was ne £ ^un or e wnners light" in scoring last week against wlth 13 tallies while Bill Arrington Barton, he undoubtedly reasoned in Continued on Pae 2 o advance that an unusually high score against the hapless Braves would result in repercussions. (Continued on Page 27, Co!, j) • tJXDAT SCHOOL LKAGCC STANDING Or CI.UBS :.. . .'. - : W, fc. 13' 1 t E ' 5 B ID 10 ID 10 •11 12 C»lv»rj-ilc BL John's .. Presbyterian 10 Pint Baptist 9 United Brethren t Cnci Methcdlrt t Qrace Baptist a St. Mirk'i Episcopal 3 Centre Street 3 ri.-st Methodist 2 St. Luke's a Divls Memorial i Trinity Methodist 1 o Yesterday's Results St. John's U. Calvar;- Methodist 3J. Grace Meihodisl 71. Trinity 6. First Baptist, 23, United Brethren t. Grace Baptist 56. Davis Memorial 33. St. Luke's 21. St. Mark's 30. Presbyterian 28. First Methodist M. St. Paul's 30. Episcopal 3t. . St. John's passers pulled the No. I upset of the season In the Central Y.M.C.A. Sunday School Basketball League yesterday evening on the "Y" court when they handed Total .V.TJ Carroll, f ....... Pniil'c Howe, t r _ PauJS Nelson, f :::., s i . ro ^ 2 previously unbeaten Calvary Methodist a 34-22 reverse. . Tlie loss, coupled with St. . — „ 30-24 conquest of Episcopal, drop- b',d°n' ped Calvary to second place In the LILIJ-. '* . loop, six percentage points behind Mucider, t o St. Paul's. -,.-..' Blct * •'.-. •;• » Another feature of the day's play was the breaking of two league marks for the season. Grace Methodist hung up a new record by handing last-place Trinity Methodist a 71-6 shellacking with ~ Dick Bartell. Prank Crosettl and way the following Saturday. Prcsby- T"\/\lT^Vi f^ft *-nl 111 T1,._£ _I1 i-__ iL J J* t nrln r\ 4-l-i A <?«. i.. t V* «t___ i r _ terlan, the fourth-place team, Ls just about sure of a spot in postseason play, as it leads First Baptist by a game and Is heavily favor' ' ' ' ' Trinity Methodist jiuapiuii at, onocmaKer, <jai., out Tllc surprising St. John's quint expects to be ready for action when br °ke out in front early in yestor- thp flrsr hoi) it h<iri/<^ T\,„,!-,„ day's contest and was never headed, leading Calvary 10-3. 20-9 and 26-15 ~* the quarters. James Mangus was the ble gun for the winners jRevenuer Five And Soiith End 66g In, Third Round of Jacksonville Event— Laffoon Second Their 200 toUl for the 54 holes end of the third period. tal and third place. Finals Today Next in line were Bruce Coltart of Abseeon, N. J., with 66 and a 205 total; Byron Nelson of Toledo with a Di 72 and Sam Bj-rd of Detroit with a « ? 66 were tied at 206. Craig Wood of Mamaroneck, N. Y., duration open champion, had a 70 for R total of 207. . .,-•' - .-. • ... , . .:;.. The final 18 holts will be played tomorrow with Snea<l ranking a slight favorite to beat out McSpaden for first money. : The Hot Springs. Va., slammer belted out prodigious drives today and his play around the greens was cosistently accurate. Perhaps the biggest gallery in the city's history watched him perform. : , * . McSpadcn, hailing from Sanford. Me., was bent on shaking off the jinx that has kept him from win- wing a single tournament this season. He played a flawless gcme despite the pressare and the 86-degree heat. - -. • - - . • Hamilton Cnut-.Vs Up : Bob Hamilton, who moved into the role of favorite yesterday, cracked up and took a 39 on the Incomins nine after carding a 3V! for the front side. He carded a bogie five on the 418-yard twelfth when his second shot hooked into a trap, and got another one on the short fourteenth when his tee iron overshot the green and plunked Into the sand. ' Nelson, the winter circuit's leading money winner, separated from the .lead by only two strokes yesterday, also was beset by tournament "gremlins." He took a seven on the 410-yard gfteenth and wound up the day with *n even par 72, •: • Wakhall scored seven field goals and four fouls • for a total of 18 poinu, Tnsso KatseiRA led Uie Tar- Uns with 14 points. The lineups: West Virginia ; !: Capacity Crowd (Continued from Ptbe 14) ' t-ween the s«n-lce teams' two high Navy. Back* guardln* held Hall a tout hU JTSln. tn on* f!*.M ^,1 . aDOUt his coaching Hall was off on hi» ehootlnf but hi* pawing WM a big help to the 'oiJl Dale Hall of Army '.HI let; .615 .(19 ..615 .385 .231 .167 .167 .154 .071 Back of winner*.. Back, gwrded on defense made only live points Army Nance, f .... Kenna. t Hall. J Damon, t ,.. Grossman, e rr 3 1 C 0 5 3 • 3 It SO rr rti. 3 12 Mountaineer Cagcrs Win-fi -• rr\ l " 66 to 35 In Final Game [t aVOl'ed lOClay ' for Both Teams • .. '*•*''* V! i d g c I Lenders Scok Fourth Vi'in over Fort Hill PBC — Mnrkci.. Meet Frost burg = creased their lead to 47-30 st the MIDGET I.CA(U!K iTA.NDl.VG OK CU.'BS The Tartans, much shorter than i . Ft*venu»rs ' . . ........ ;. 18 Soulh Knd ...... ...... IT PirUft . ....... , ..,,. 4 T 'Big rive ............ ,', 13. niplOMllli ......... ,,, 10 rort Hill 1'BC ... ..... 1 rraitbirj ...:,.,....., 7 Ailrfany PBC ...:...., } ' L. A |i 10 10 13 U Pet. .til .173 ^*S .445 , .3 IS .S3t rrottbuic it. South Knd \1 , Port {III! PBC Y!.--R«vtnurr; Diplomats vi, B-,r Pije (4 p. El.) •: m.i' " O P. ml and >l»l. t Jai rq;i; I .,. Wilton.- c .; Byrd. t .:,'.. Auer, R Stakem. f ;.-. Russo. c .V.. Rice, f ..;.;•,";• Totals -.'.'!';• Morlenrllo. I Rcvcnuer, SouUl B>d Mar. fcels -" nuaiJng and second in the Midget Basketball League race, will be favored to chulk f rit up victorlcs ln Barnes today on tin' *« SS. Peter * Paul Jloor. . ' Klein, 7 t ! 3 0 I '.It C.. 1 , 0 . 7 ! d 3 Tlie Revenueifi. one game.In front B jot the South Endcr's. will cngRjic the "jFort Hill Police;, Boys' Club at 3 '; o'clock, an hour: after the .Markets '10 Efi o i and Frostburg .Hillbillies open their battle, III" other, .contests, the Pirates will rncRt tlia Allegmiy. Police Boys' Club at, 1 o'clock and the Diplomats will swap basket* with Emuu. Totals .., .' Score-' by Periods: WEST VIRGINIA . , . CARVKQIE TE<-H .. Referee—Ketcbell. 14 10 1" .10 5 Coach "Bill" (Continued from Pabe 14) Tlie Hagerstown Elks sponsored an excellent, pro-team during those years, and the Celtics, the Keyser collegians and others of that time were brought to Haserstown many times for games, and as they always had outstanding attractions during holidays, he had Uie opportunity to observe early, the best tenins in the country. The Colllseum at Washington, also staged many pro-games from and on Sllturda y niihts he often .-i-l went there rather than to w* n Hoedcr Big Five at 4. o'clock. "| The Revenuers will be striving for ..i! their fourth straight triumph over — !Fort Hill, The loop . leaders, have : j won lour of their last five outings is—66 and the Forv Hill crew has copped its last two. .:• • The South aiders also topped Frostburg in tliree previous meetings and will be out to it four straight victories and eight wins'in their last nine starts. Frostburg has dropped iu !ast two tussles and show. Then w« got down to coaching,, and Coach Bowers said his first! coaching position was in th» Sea- i ford, Delaware high school, where he coached football, basketball and baseball. He said; "We won our dts-1 trict championship In basketball! but lost tha s«ctional play-offs. { The next y*ar he took up seven of its last eight. Tile Pirates, benicn In their lust two starts after compiling a ten- game victory string, lead the Allegany PBC two to one in their serie*. The Allegunians have won onp of their last five encounters. : The Big Five-. hopes to even Us scries with the Diplomats, who have bcnvod in the last flvp engagement.':. The Roedcrmcn have won their lust two battles and five. four of their last and Jocal rans writer. much more than this BUCK SWIMMERS WIN Columbus, O., March 3 Wl —Ohio jtate's swimming toam won Its his third victory today with n 60-24 Job on Michigan State. . The Bucks won eight of the nine ~*J --**-*"«». 11*<\UC U*UJT AIVC pUUIld. w.w«l*UMO, \J. t lwm>lL o \ft-\ —H Hall finished his senior year with State's swimming toam won 213 poinU.and Back brought his ""'"" "' ' total to 159. . : Plebe Hal Grossman played well •»"<= i?utn.i, »-uu cigm. 01 tne nine for Army, though he went out on events, with the Visitors rcRlsterlng fouls with five minutes to go. Dobbs only when Mueller won the 100-yard and Nace were close behind Kenna free-style In 58.2. in scoring with 14 and 12 points respectively.. The lineups Totals u 16 13 '. 4»i Half-time score: Kavy 75. Army 34. . r Free- throws mi&scd: Nance 3; Hull 7; i Dobuc I; Rafalko I; Grossman 1; Diidrrt 1:1 Referee: Hasan Anderson; Umpire: Mai-, thew W. Beeovlch. • ; .. j CARDIXALS CONSISTENT : St. Louis. March 3—The Cardi- in 54 of the points on 27 field goals, 01. tjouia, iviarcu j—me uarai- The high-scoring stunt by Lattimer n»ls have not lost six straight Na- shattered the mark made by Calvary tional League games since 1940 Methodist's Roy Comer week when he fired 40 tallies through the meshes agaimt the same Trjnity team. ••••••••••.-...•.• • In other contests yesterday. First Baptist trounced United Brethren icimtu-ec 23 to 4, Grace Baptist flogged Davis semi-iinaii. Memorial 56-33, St. Luke's edged out - K ? nluet J' St. Mark's 24 to 20, and Presbyter- Ian'tripped First Methodist 28-20. The league race draws to a close next week and the three top teams are assured of places In the play- on which Is slated to get under BASKF.TBALI. SCOJIES Army 50, Kavy 4$. West Virginia 66, CuT.fjIe Tech 3S. American U. 70, Johns Hopkins 36 uour- ej- ftnMsi. . Tennearee <1. Georgia Tech 37 (tournej- Another Zenith Advance fn Hearing Aid Style! CIRCLE INN Open for Business Every Weekday 12 o'clock noon till 12 midnight We Specialize In ' Fried Chicken i.nd Sandwiches of All Kinds li«<r«ui Ibfity AmiiDfUr blndi vitb tnen'i uid wnrKn'i dirt nm «W dr«»« , . . ^11 dirk c!otb*«l . S N.w P.H.J C*rel*a AmpWW k * bfiutiful llnhi coral iW« . . . W tnonixes with lieht-coior ruin, rfraim, »vcittrt , ..nil light-colored dotrw. Your CMf, V **V Amtl&r-* Nn Ejrtr, Cm-m fft f ImM Kttr- lf-.^. *lv MODH A-I.A SttneWrd Conduction . , " '. , . MOD* A -J-A »ur»f-p^« Ait- Condunion ' MOOH H-J- Att . »fO fn f»r fn* Franklin L, Spear 80 Perjhlnr Rt. Phoo« Mll-W Optometrist Is). 39, Tennessee 35 (tourn MEN Get d New Lease on Life! • Ml tfi IMTI, ».. t. r.. IM e?, M».en> hr Mti^Mt. tl )i f« «».«*• Inn bM, tM. M M kn^r M 2 "il'lL* "S* Jtf* "" "'""" *• riai »< it« mi •OnrlMill MB MM «««. TJ.T <*«• ll*n** m.i tmtM^ tmr< IK, •m l"»rm »ttx I 3M. PT^r It h M . |IH> Ifr , ~«<ln K.M Knights Templar Attention * Members of Antioch Commander/ and sojourning Knights meet at Masonic Temple at 1:30 f. M. Sunday, March 4th in full uniform to attend funeral of Sir Knight William H. Hyde at Barton. ALVIN I. STOREY, Eminent Commander. ATTENTION LEGIONNAIRES Membership Rally SUNDAY, MARCH 4 at 2 P. M. W« art now ntoring ear 900! of IflOO m»mb»n bf March JSfA, 1945. Legionnaire* who have not p«Jd IM6 du«» arc requwted to do to at once. Veteran* of World W»r n are invited to FAUL C. WEISENMH.LER VETERANS' GUIDE Provides The Answeri] .'•.-....- ' • . i * VETERANS' GUIDE — the new veterans itr- ~'l vice column, which:appears Monday, Wednei- -V day and Friday in the Evening Times,—is writ. ten expressly for every serviceman and v/ornan already discharged ond for reader! with relatives and friends in uniform. In it Major ..' Thomaj M. Niaf, a veteran of two wars, turnt complex veterans legislation into interestingly- . presented information that will help every rt- . turning serviceman. He knows veterans and . their problems from thi ground up. .:'.,;. ':;.'. . . ' • • • JV - . " . • / "' . ..;-.', ; ', : READ . -.-,. '•••• '•':_ VFTWNS GUIDC Every Monday, Wednetday, Friday CUMBERLAND EVENING TIMES

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