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Phone 4000 for • WANT AD Tukor EVENING TIMES. - CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1.948 NINETEEN CUMBERLAND REAL ESTATE BOARD. Membm ar« best qualified to serve your needs In real estate manors through specialized experience in the real estate business and by their acceptance of established standards and principals. Only REAL ESTATE BOARD MEMBERS are "REALTORS" in CUMBERLAND Located on east side of Town Hill, 358 acre farm bordering on -Route 40; 10 room house, water, electric, new'bam, other necessary outbuildings. This is good grazing and good tillable land.- All necessary machinery Including large tractor, cattle, hogs, approximately 200 bushels of wheat, com and oats, also crop ol wheat In ground. Price'on application. JEWELL & MUTTON . Otneral insurance &nd Real JSaiate JtidjeJej', W. V*. Phone 1MB or 1033-W LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! Here arc » few of the many lots we have lo- sale at pre-war prlcfts. Borae on easy terms and email monthly payments: Ftyette Street. 10*210 ....: »J,«50 Holland Street. 50x120 » BoO Baltimore Avenue, Mx4S *• 8M Piedmont Avenue, 41/43x110 » 800 Onmdcn Avenue, 100X150 »3,000 Narrows Parlc. 50x115 * WO Cecelia Street, 60/15x135 t 150 Waplestdc, 501100 * 5JO Shwrate Ave., -IO/55X140 tl.oSO Vale, 50x75 » ™ THE'J. H. HOtZSHU CO. Insurance^Ee alters—Bonding 21 -S. Centre St. Phone 458 FOR SALE T*o mU« ««t or Oldtowo, I hav» t»o l-rtot7 tr»me bunnleml, ««h havlni a rooms, and a lot fronting 418 leet on the Illghiray and runnlnn back 300 leet; partly cleared, and tha prlc» 1> only »1,OCO. Imardlato pollution. ' IVi miles out Olfltoirn Bowl 1« a practically new on* •tory itueco on concrete block, d-xelltac haTlnj s.roonii. electric, larce aoreh. cellar, winn air Jurnacti, rarage and cummer kitchen. All in good condition. Ix>t 100x228. Price reduced to $4650. Immediate possesilon. C. GLENN WATSON & SON INSURANCE AND JUCALTOK SU IHglnla Art. rtoow Ml ron SALS Tim Louis Niei property located on Cimp around Road, Alleginy Grove. Lot Xo. 3 and part oJ No. 2 fronting 45x100 It on Camp Ground Boad. lx>la No. -4 and No. S irontinc Co It, toy 100 ft. on Camp Qrouncl Road Improved modern six room and bath bclclc tfwcUlnr aeat«d ny hot irater -Kith lull basement. Hardwood- floor* throughout. Lota No. 25 and 'No. 30 located on Lincoln Street directly In the rear or thli property. These '.on »r« <w x 100. Inspection by '.appointment, flioo upon application. This property Is a real buy at the price being asked. JAMES. W. BEACHAM JOS S. Centre St., Cumberland, Md. •"• .REAL ESTATE _ INSURAKCX »r«ainB Phone 37T8-J Phone 3»« j CRESAPTOWN HOME Locarec! on the Brant Bead, In Cresaptown, we have this Modern Beml-bungalow of frame and asbestos ihlngle construction, containing •ix rooms and bath. Hot air heat. Largt basement with garage space. Own water sj-swan. Price *7,350.00. D. P. MILLER CO. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE W*. 1 N. Liberty St. Phone *35 47—FUal Estate For Sol* C. Pari real estate bouuht. sold wtd exchinicd. W. A. UeGraw,. Kioa« M08-R. JtEAL ESTATE bouRht. sola, aitnn W»t30n, 213 Virginia ATI. XOS.TH CUMBERLAND t* pouenlon, 3 »tory HUM. I rooms »nil bath, hot -w*«r heat. Located on rear ot lot on Sh»iro«» AT*. rrie» M300, attractlre tcrai. Laiarui • Ic Trelhu- Phon» MTC SEALED QUlst" couple -wants ttireB fur- •nUhed rooat. r. O. Bog 1»3, city. MZAX. MTATE—Boujht »mj told. ITlcryd Gnn. Phos* «6l-J-i- , in aorti, house, bum, out build- Inti;- hiU, bottom' pound. «took leed. Priced lor quiet sale. Hirold Powers, G»p. IV. V». KTW 6 ROOM brlct houit. Bowllnj Groen g*r*g« 1Q bfcMment. Phone 4401-W. GOOD LOT- • 711 PATTERSON AVENUE K i K S1BEWAUC AND CURB PHONE 1155-R WOMAN (tenlJ-M wall .paper cleaning. Write Boi m-A. c/o Times-News. •EVEN Room Brick, modern Jcltehen, full basement, hot inter heat. 13« H. U<- ehanle St. BOWLING ALLEY, modem llTlni quarters, cood location. 718,000. I ROOM modern home In Kldielty. POJ- wMlon In 30 days, »B,050. I AND 7 ROOM modern homt« In Rldc«- ley. Possession at once, $6.300 and $6.500. 4 ROOMS, near Short (Jap, hot air furnace. lull- basement, lot 110 x 110. 43.750. $700 down, balance as. rent.. I ROOM nou»e. bath, 313 M. Mechanic •t.. »3.3CO. GOOD PARMS. lota and vacant land. JEWELL ti BUTTON II Brldce St. nidjeley. W. V». Phone 154B, 1033-W, 3S31-B. AOCTION REALTY SERVICE Yean Experience—Expert nJvlc* en Subdividing, . , If 1 you have property to sell: Write ut today! Auotlon- in the best method. BROWNING REALTY CO., BprlnrOeld. W. Va. FOR SALB . • . Six room rrame dwelllnf with bath. Prlco -reasonable. Immediate • poucsslon. ]1< M. Mechanic St. Six room brick dwelling vlth bath and turnau (half of double). Price reaeon&ble. »M N. Mechanic St. CARL P. SCHNtriZ Heal Estate and Insurance Phone 1180 TEK ROOMS, bftth; stone and Iranie house on the Baltimore Pike. Large lot. Ideal lor homo or tourist 1 house. Opl* Annan. 3Go9. attractive Spanish home, North Cumberland.. five roomc, • earaf*. Phon« CE8-W. 810 Ashland Ave. THREE ROOM house, nice lot, 'WaW, •lectrielty, furnace and farace. laimd- 4tiate occupancy. Inquire- at Wagoner's, Patterson Creek bridle, rort Ashby, W. Va, .. ! ATTENTION .61 ! 5fcw modern bungilow ID City's newest development, 3 bedrooms, bath, shovtr, llTlnj room, kitchen, dinette, lull basement, automatic gut iurnice, hardwood floors. Price J8.800. Can be financed. 20% DOWN PAYMENT •Wcmpi: Drlv« Phone J5M-J KARTLAJJD AVT... S room brlelt—W.VOO. 1500 down and 150 per month. Ol'lo Annan. 3608. LOCATED a; SOB City view Terrn«, Modern elfht room House, hot »lr lur- nace. with an Iron Fireman stofcer. A bargain at tho low price c: fC.iOO. t. X. r>etrick Phone KH6-J or 3324-J Md. - Realtor - W. Va. GROCERY-CONFECTIONERY Store, dotUE an excellent business, Oplo Annan. Phono 3689. 48—Roofing, Spouting Roofing - Spouting Lennox Warm Air Heat. Air Conditioning J. E. TWIOG 1100 Oldtown Boad Phone 46D8, 3D85-J ROOFBiQ ipouunf. metal' work. Root palntlni, tepalrlnz and ventllatlm. Schute. 23SI. Roofing-Spouting-Furnocei -Sheet Metal Work- Eitlmate* Preel Phon> Lonaconlnf Ut WALTER E. REID & 3ON3 TIN BHOP Midland. Maryland 51—Wonted to Buy WANTED to buy: Old and Crlppltd Bortes tor • Ulnk l«ed. Tnunae Kilt. Baiton, Kd. \ WANTED—Two Sinner Treadle Mschlaes recardleti o£ condition. Phone WANTED—Rabbits t pounflu up. Bhober 1 ! Reatauraat. Phon* «SS. 52—Wqnt«d, Mifctllontoui fTANTED — Washlnjs and Ironlnja Phom 4M3-R, K5 NMtnlty St. FOR SALE DBCATOR BT. Brick dwelllni:. 10 rooms, hallB. bath, hot water heat, arrived tor imall apartmenU and rooms, Baraue, •Kcellent businftss location, quick posses«IOD. Prloo on application, OLDTOWN ROAD. Brick building contains 11 roomn, 3 baths, hot. air heat registered, a:»o restmrant equipped, with good Income, and line location lor barber shop, corner property. Price on application. J. L. HOWSARE B«dlor6 St. PHon. 4143. . ]?OB BALE 305 Grand Ave.—Eight room Jrame dwelling—two apartments — four rooms and bath each—hot water teat—price al250.00. 640 Payette Street—live room, bungalow— hardwood floors, tile bath, g« fired forced air furnace, completely lanacnpcd lot- Inspection by appointment—price on appll- LaVale Tarrac*. LaValt, Md.—Two new dwelllnus— adequate water eupplp. Pnee on application. lirnddock Iload—Mv« room ntonn itnd cement dwelllau—all hardwood floors- immediate occupancy—priced-at 111,500.00. Located on National Highway at Narrows Park—Six • room frame dwclllnc covered 1th Injelbrlc-^-prlced at $3000,00. D. C. GOODFELLOW, Realtor Phone 3893 • REAL ZSTAT1 — STORAGB — rKSURASCE THE MOST ATTRACrnVB . , , . horn* w« havt been able to offer tor •»)« in *. loot ttmt. A modern Ilvt- room, ntoni bun»alow with laundry room, attached garage, parden. This home has modern irarnj »lr h»at with circulating fan and filter, o»k floort, four picture wlndowt. .flr»place, Venetian «hades, »torm doora. It la located on the Braddocl: Road at tb» roar of Allexany Grov« on a large corner lot llJVi'H4S r . mod J» beautifully landscaped. Can glte unnndlat* pos«u- alon and the prlee U leM than you Would Imaflne. "see"PERRIfsl about if* Perrln Bldf. on PenWnff St. Phon« 433 FOR SALE 206 Colo Strnet. Pour room motferr. bungalow. Warm nlr licnt. lull concrete bfisemcnt. completely Insulated, aluminum atorm windows nnd doora, Lnrgc lot. JPnv •war consLruction, Immcdlatti possession, 913 Frederick Street. Six room -rnmc dwelling ^ith bath, BUS and -electric. Furnace with warm air heat, to each room. Partial basement. Moderately priced. 651 Greece Street. Six room brick duelling. ConUias hardwood, floors, steam heat, arid two icftr garage. Irr.mcdiutc possession. Price on application. WIEBEL & WORKMEISTER HEAL ESTATE — INSDTiJVNCE 11514 Frederick Street Phone 3453 WEST SIDE RESIDENCE . 819 MT. ROYAL AVE Modern nix room brick dwelling sltunted tn best residential neighborhood, convenient to schools, bun line and shopping nrca. Hardvrood floors, hot water stoker fired furnaco. gar»BC.' orncr leaving town. PRICE $11,000 M. D. REINHART . AGENCY Realtors, and Insurance Liberty Trust B'.dg. Phone 1896 Haggerly To Play For Dukes Sunday Recognizing Hie need for more height, the Cumberland Dukes yesterday signed Ken Haggerty, former Holy Cross captain. Haggcrty, who is six feet, three indies tall, will moke his debut Sunday night in the game against the highly-touted''Wheeling Blues on the SS. Peter and Paul School court. ' Haggerty, who led the Crusaders when they v;on the NCAA tournament in 1947, is currently taking a post-graduate course in dentistry at Georgetown University. Because of'his studies, Haggerty will play only in the Duke home Sunday games.. HOGAX GOLFEK OF "i'EAB NEW YORK — (i?)~ Ben Hogan has been named Professional Golfer of the Year. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William. OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE 54-A—Display Classified ONLV TO THE OF HOW DID YOU MANAGE TO RIM6 THE DOORBELL . MY MA MADE ME TRY TO FlMD GOOD .FOE'THESE. BEAUTIFUL PUPS-- WOULD "OU BE INTEGESTlP? COUQHIMG UP BTHECLSOVJ OF A I&TCHEM STOVE /MPiCK/A ONE wrwoot Yf V*OA» POPP1M& OOf OUGHT ID TAKE •We JACKPOT -TOO SHORT AND YOUR HANPS SO FULL? HES AS CORRECT SO MOCrf A6OOI SO UTTLe = H you have property you want to dispose of, let me list it, There 3s no charge unless a sale i Is made. I can Mil It If It con b« sold. HARRY B. SIMPSON REALTOR—INSURANCE . Phonei 832 and 3884-W JMrsi; National Bank XMAS DELIVERY New 5 49 Kaiser-Frazer USED BARGAINS BANK TERMS BUILDING LOTS Bedford Road „ 50' X 90' « 900 Schltmd Aveaue ....50' x 100' '1090 Gordon Street (LaVale) 50V.125' 550 BrookJield Avenue .35' x 175' 1000 TTill Top Drive and Caroline St 76' x 130' 2150 Virginia Ave. Business location .' 38' x 105' 2000 ROBERT W. YOUNG Phon» 4070- 53—Wan fed to Rent EMPLOYED LADY desires three or lour unfurnished rooms. Box 7I9-A, e-o Times-News. • WANTED—4 to 6 Room Apartment er House by noir manager of Binder Sewing Center. Fhoa» 384. t 'til t • THBEE bedroom house In Kxxl residential acetion. will pay a. yiiara l«nt In advance IS desired. Writ* Boi 7»f-A, «/o BUSINESS woman wanta 3 or 3 room uc- lumlshctl apartment.. ]U(«reD«i, Box 79B-A, c-o Tlmea-Xewii. QtttET COTTPIS; to their l»t« KC» want two or three unfurnished rooms, central, Immcdlato posscsjlon. Write Box 8O2-A, c-o Times-News. 54—Wanted Situationi PIIACTJCAL nurseu provided, day or week. Trl-5tat« Employment Agency. Licensed. D3IC-J. WANTED Phone 3S70-B 54-A—Display Classified BAND INSTRUMENTS For Christinas! SPECIAL Boy Scout Bugles.... $3.75 35 talrimon St. rhonc 3230 AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE Wringer KcJ/j All CUMBERLAND AAAYTAG 3S N. Michon'N 2672 Buy With Confidence— WE BUY, SELL & TRADE USED IUT NOT ABUSED CARS JOS S. Cmtra St Pfcoiw 1444 WATCH ft JEWELIY REPAIRS 24 Hour Strrke SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE 62 Baltimore- St. CARS WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Rtliabli Motors Co. "The Lot W/lfi The Iron Fence" Cor. G*ori« tt Harrison Stt. Pdont 41 'Ertningt 3732 • INSIST ON • GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. -Tour MmAr fv* DKtof 1 6nrt> S», Cwmbtrimi. nun* Ml 54-A—Display Classified NEED A GOOD USED TRUCK? "WE HAVE THEM" I Several To Choose From /// Reconditioned Ready to Go I I MOTOR CO 218 S. Mechanic St. PHONE 2550 "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Cilalion Nominated For Santa Anila M'aturily ARCADIA, Calif.—(£>)—Citation— 1943's "Horse of the Year"—tops a list of 32 nominees for the $100,000 added Santa Anita Maturity to be run January 29, The second running of the mile- and-a-quarter event.—a feature of the Santa Anita meeting that opens December 28—will boast a starting field drawn from nominees that won 34 stakes this season. 1947 Frazer, overdrive, 54-A—Display Classified and Hearer $1895.00| 1947 Kaiser perfect $1695.00| 1941 Dodge Sedan, ' only $895.00! FLETCHER MOTOR SALES & SEKVICE 118 S. Mechanic St. Phone 2087 GET ACQUAINTED! $50 FOR 30 DAYS Costs Only 5c A Day! STOP IN OR PHONE'. AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 N. LIBERTY — PHONE 5293 • Buy • Sell • Trade Every Car A Guaranteed Bargain 1948 f s to 1931's All Makes and Models • Big Trade On Your Car • Easy Termt • A Safe Place to Deal J&L Motors Co George & Harrison Streets Phone 1852 Open Eves We Hove Avoiloble For IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION the following: REMANUFACTURED ENGINES 1933-42 Ford V8 1935-42 Plymouth 1940-42 Chevrolet 1935-41 Dodge TRANSMISSIONS k ALSO AVAILABLE ' Montgomery Ward & Co. Baltimore Street phon e 3700 All Available on Ward's Easy Faymcnt Plan New Lower Prices! Easy Terms! REBUILT MOTORS Nationally Advertised Parts Such aa Sealed - Power Pistons, Pins & Klnys; Federal Mogul Bearing* . . . Plus Latest Improved Machinery Superior in All Kcspects SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. MOTOR REBUILDERS Locally Owned and Operated By Trained and Experienced Machinists 533 N CENTRE ST. PHONE 4782 OK 1813 Mak« Our Moton Cash-For-Your CAR Taylor Motor Co. 218 N. Mechanic Phono 395 ON OPVALUK Onredeemod Plediea. Uijgam Bargains CUMBERLAND LOAN COMPANY O t?. Mechanic &X Pbon* 4V5» Open to 5:30 p. tl. Dalit For your ConD«nicnc« •fc S.ilcs ' i( Service COLLINS G.M.C. TRUCK CO. Route -W East Phone 822-J CUMBERLflKP 1 Pfl-INT& NCENTRCST re i 911 AT GEOCEH WATCH REPAIRING SreCIALlZLNG * Unredeemed Diamonds . OUT OF PAWN Offered to the Public at Saving* of MORE | / THAN V2 • All Ncwert Mountings • Brilliant Stones $9.50 up Gentlemen's and Ladies' Watches, some $ Originally Sold ot $50 to ?60 Gentlemen's $15 Expansion Watch Bands, Gold Filled, White, Yellow, Rose Ladies' Expansion Watch Bands, White Yellow and Rose Gold Filled Ladies' Gold Filled Expansion Bracelet and Locket Sets in Beautiful Gift Boxes .... S-P-E-C-t-A-L Gents 15 Jewel Bulova yellow gold Wrist Watches with simulated Diamond and Ruby Dials. Gold filled $9/T5° P lus expansion Bracelet. Very Limited Quantity »-" tax Complete Lin* of all Other Jcwclrf at TremanJoia Sayings! MORTON LOAN CO. 33 Baltimore St. Phone 3770 QUICK CHRISTMAS CASH ON ARTICLES OF VALUE . BOULEVAUD WATCHES MARPLE'S 231 N. CENTEB 81. USED TUCK BARGAINS 1947 International 2 ton, chassis and cab 1D47 Dodge 2 ton with Stake Body 1944 International 1^ ton with Cuttle rack 1912 Brockwuy Tractor with 5th wheel and trailer connections 1D39 Internationa! % ton pickup 1934 Pontiac K ton pickup THE LIGHT & DECKER CO. 315 S. Centre St. Cmnbcrland, Md. Phone 3639 Read the ad in this wceVi HTS about the low cost, »od ja/e HajJey-Davidsoo -12S. You cin get Christmaj delivery by ordering now. Phone oe come ia (or a FREE ade. Motorcycle & Bicycle Sales & Service Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co. 101 Virginia Avenuo Phone 2943 ! TheyTl Do It pvery Time t^.^ By Jimmy. Hado THE M.D. FORBIDS TALK'S ro THE PATlEhJTWHEN HEPATICA, THE NI6HT NLRSE, IS ON THE JOB.—• „,, ABSOLUTELV NO! SHE'S TOO ILL SEE VISITORS, ANP TALKIN6. WOULD UPSET HER/ . HAT s, Noeooy TALKS BUT YOU GET HER LIFE STCDR/ IN 25 UMES-A VOLUME EVER/ NISHT \MELL.IMURSEDP30R .. PENMVWHISTLE FOR. TvOD YEARS, THEM ONE MKSHTHE ASKED ME TO 8R.ING HIA\ HIS TEFIH.AND AFTER HE < FW tM IN; HE SAID'HEPPX I WANT >tXJ TO MARK/ IKE? NEXT MORNINS ME PASSED Berlin Meets Two Maryland Teams Berlin (Pa.) High School, Somerset County's Class A champions of 1947-48, will meet two Maryland schools this year on home-and-home basis. They are Cumberland's LaSalle and Bruce High of Westernport. Berlin will open its regular 22- game schedule against Bolivar (Pa.) High Friday at Bolivar. A tilt with the Alumni has already been, played. Only two lettennen from last year's varsity reported for Coach John Lichvar's team. The schedule: f, Dec. T—at Bolivar. Dec. ID—Bruce. Deo. 14—Hooversvlile, Dec. 17—lit LnSMle. Doc. 21—at Rockwowl. Jan. 4—at Bruce. Jan. T—lit Shado Township. Jwi. 11—Somerset. Jan. 14—Bolivar. Jon. 18—ut Stonycreek Township. Jan. 31—at Eosffcll. Jan. 25—Somerset Township. Jnn. 28—nt HoovcrsvlUr. Fob. 1—LaSuJJc. Feb. -l—at Meyersdale. Feb. B—Eoswcll. Feb. JJ-Snn.de Township. !Yb. 15—Rockwood." Peb. IS—at Somerset Townshlj). Feb. 22—ut 6«ncrset. Feb. 24—Oi«n. Mar. 1—Meycrsdalc. Mar. 4—Stonycreck Township. British May Open Slud Book To New Strains LONDON—(fl 5 )—For the*first time in 36 years the very exclusive British General stud book may be opened to new strains, including famous American ones long unrecognized. A special committee of the jockey club has urged that the- book' be modified. British racing observers said the recommendation is almost sure to be accepted. Since 1911 only horses" In the book' at that time and their, direct descendants have been entered. Barred were such greats as Man O' War and the winners of featured English races this year—My Love, victor in the English Derby, and Blark Tarquin, New York banker William Woodward's runner who win in St. Leger. Sooners Begin Five-Game League Campaign Tonight KANSAS CITY—(^3—The Oklahoma Sooners, pre-season favorites to win the Big Seven Conference basketball title, will begin a rugged five-same long-league campaign tonight. Tapping (Continued from Page 15) while Bruce Hijrh sparkler, are ReekhiK starting- Job*. on the Washington team. A 25-year-old FottsvlUe (Pa.) Army veteran is laying claim to slaying-tt 16 heavyweight king of the Pennsylvania deer hunting season. Rosetar bagged tha animal last Saturday. The deer weighed 211 pounds dressed and estimates on the animal's total weight. on the hoof ranged up to 250 pounds. An average deer in Pennsylvania weighs about 170 pounds undressed. It took Kosctar and the five other members of his hantinff party six hours to tote the de«r six miles to their car. So old its fur had turned greyish, the deer had 22-point antlers. The beam of the antlers was 25 inches and each of the main antlers 'extended 34 Inches from the base 'of the skull to the outermost point.| 54-A—Display Clanified ' Oakland High Registers First Cage Win, 35-27 OAKLAND —The Oakland High basketball team marked up its firs) victory in two starts by turning back Fellowsvllle (W. Va.) High' 35-37 here last night. Fauber and Kelly led the Oakland offensive with 15 and 11 points while Reed and Matlick accounted for 22 of the losers' points. Oakland held a 16-11 advantage at hallttae. The lineups: Oakland Fauber, J Baker, t Kelly, e Arnold, t Worrea, B Btcyer, sub Totals MatiiX, I Bccd. r Colcbrmk, e Ejintin, (f Bolyard. E 0-0 3-7 0-0 0-0 F 3-3 3-6 0-0 1-1 0-0 35 rts 10 SALES HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 S. Mechanic St. Phone 13 ^ Total. 11 *-" ' 37 Non-scoring sub*—K. Crist, R. Crlit, Knotta. Bldennur. Hlini Face Irish, DePaul This Week CHICAGO—(ff)—Just how good the Illinois basketball team Is this season should be- answered in the Illini's next two games. .. Tonight the Blini open Notre Dame's season at South Bend. Saturday they meet powerful De Paul, Illinois la ranked along with Michigan, Minnesota, and. Ohio State as a leading contender in the Big Nine Championship campaign. The Ulinl- enter tonight's tussle with one victory on the .books, a 67-62 conquest of Butler University last week during which center, Wally Osterkorn, bunked 27 points. • After Notre Dame, Illinois tangles with De Paul on the inaugural doubleheader program in Chicago Stadium Saturday. Northwestern faces Notre Dame in the other half of the bill. Geo. Washington To Play 23 Cage Tats WASHINGTON, D. C. — The George Washington University varsity basketball team will play a 23-game cage schedule this season with home and home games slated with Quantico Marines, N. C. State, V. M. L, Virginia. North Carolina, Georgetown and Maryland. All home games will be played in trie local Washington armory except the tilts with VMI and the Quantico Marines which will be played at a local high school. Games have been played with the Marines and N. C. State. The' schedule: Dec. 8—V. P. I., Jiom« Dec. 11—Richmond. Some De«. 15—Washington and 1ft, »Tt»y Dec. 17—V. M. I., awir Dec. 30 —Virginia, away Jon. 4—Manhattan, Madison Sq. Garden Jim. 8—Wako Forest, a-»>7 Jim, 10—North curollna, awar Jon. 12—Ccorgetown, away Jan. 15—V. M. I., Dome Jan. 26—Mmryalnd, away Jan. 33—N. C. St»'/e, horn* , Peb. 2—Virginia, Bomo Feb. S—Navy, away Feb. T—South Carolina, honn Feb. 9—Duke, home Feb. 1J—North Carolina, homo Feb. 15—Qunntlco Marines, »\f»y Pel). 18—Temple, away Tcb. 33—CewBetow. homo Feb. 26—Maryland, home Walker May Forage Pro Football For Coaching NEW YORK — W — Southern Methodist's Doak Walker, outstanding of the .nation's present college grid crop, may forego, professional football for a coaching career. The two-time All-America halfback, who still has another year of eligibility, expressed faint interest in the money game last night in an informal talk with newsmen after receving' the Heisman Trophy as the outstanding soflege player of the year. . , , • I Maxim RapsBivins, Seeks Title Bout CLBVELANEMff) — Joe MSTJTH today Jotocd the assorted flock at heavyweight title -aspirant* Traitine in the reception room to do bustaes* with Joe Louis. And business being what it 1* In the heavyweight division. Maxim. probably has as good a product M any to. sell. . . The arena crowd of 11,164 didnt see -anything spectacular, but th« fancy-boring cievelantJer'.did turn in a workman-like performance last night in outpointing Jimmy .Bivtn» • in a ten-rounder. Maxim weighed Bivins 178..' ' Bivins, a top-ranker durinc th« war years, was in the midst of «. comeback campaign that included an impressive performance against Louis in an exhibition a few'we«ii ago. ' Louis' had labeled Bivlni th« toughest opponent he had met on his exhibition tour up to that tton, but the Cleveland Negro wa« no puzzle to Maxim last night. In another scheduled ten-rounder. Featherweight Champion Sandy- Saddler disposed of Lightweight Eddie Giosa of Philadelphia at 1:34 of the second heat. Saddler, whose title was not at stake, weighed 129 to Glosa's 138. . Ted Kleinhans, Syracuse University baseball coach, formerly was * member of the New" York.Yankees, Cincinnati Beds, and Philadelphia Phils, as a left-handed pitcher. 'Assignment: (Continued from Pxgt i) reputed to~be the cleanest - "iara in the world, and their glistening faces and the dazzling whiteness of the garment* hanging on their clothes-lines support the contention. As. a rule, the home of A Yucatan Indian foinily consists of two thatched-rooled huts, about twenty feet apart, with a vtae-covered trel- . lis-work shielding the connecting pathway from the' sun. The Jamlly lives in the first building which it.' perhaps fifteen by twenty-five feet in 'dimension* and combines the 1 new and the old. in living conditions. The entire famfly, perhap* numbering ten people, will sleep there, in net-like hammocki which stretch from wall to walL' (The old Mayan engineering tricks have carried through the centuries here, for the seemingly weak palisade construction of the -huts Is strong enough to support the hundreds of pounds of inward-pulling weight'each night). By day, one end of each hammock is. unhooked . and folded' up flatly against the opposite wall, to shipshape' Navy fashion, leaving the entire, room clear of any obstruction and free for daytime living. Cooking is done in the other hut. as is the laundry and bathing in. bad weather. In good weather, the . passage between the huts becorae*, the- bathroom. Bathing, while somewhat primitive, is a daily habit among jnost Yucatan Indians. Water ix heated In large pottery-like containers, then dipped out in gourd* for "splash-baths." Floors of both huts are swept and dampened, to keep down dust, and even during the hot noonday there is a coolness in the shadowy rooms Deneath the thatched huts . . . All this you see. along the road from.Merida to Chi Cheen Itsa, as well as market-bound pedestrians leading burdened burros or carrying;heir bundles on their heads or their pigs and chickens in their arms — All this, and occa^onar Coca-Cola signs on the village buildings and a billboard advertising Hudson csi» hanging from the eaves of »thatched roof . . . Then suddenly you ar« at the «nd > of the road, and out of-the junsl* ooms a towering stone pyramid—an, engineering marvel even today—and around you. .lies the monuments, he wreckage and the dust of & civilization two thousand yean «U.

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