Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING. TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, - DECEMBER ' 10,. 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Take-Seven Basketball Games Scheduled In District \TAPPING OMTHE Value of Grid s Clinics Cited By Irish Coach Potomac State : Plays Host To Tech Hoopmen Fort Hill Launches Season Tomorrow"; LaSalle Opens 'Sunday Six-schoolboy and-one collegia tc ... basketbal games are scheduled in the district today. Thz feature attraction of the ' ' early season Is the contest at Ke.v- ser involving Potomac State's Catamounts arid West Virginia Tech. ' The opening tipoff for '-he- Cat's initial home game Is 8 p. m. ^ Coach Dana "Horse" Lough's Borrie , out loaay-waeii Potomac aggregation ' hoisted the I figures were announced. "• curtain 'last .Saturday at Dayton, - ' ' Va.. bowing to Shenandoah-College, 56 to-41. Central Seeks Third Win Last'year Tech defeated the Cats two games' and tonight they will be angling for'their third .straight -victor} 1 .. Last week' Tech defeated Richmond Professional Institute m™.-***** .,««,..„ — .,-.- —- --. • 99-30 and last night they won 'over 10,000 a virtual "bullseye.' Counting '" Wesleyan in a conference tilt. 64-44. the bands of the two schools, stad- •- Beall High School' of Frostburg ium workers' and the .usual group -of went after its -second cage yic.tory of the season meeting a Grants, villc High in- a' -return contest this .afternoon in 'Frostburg. Beall de- featsd'the Granfcsyllle five Wcdues- -'-day-night at. Grantsville, 38-15. . " Central High of Lonaconing will -•be shooting for this .third straight -cage win tonight, playing host to • Oakland. - Central...opened'with a 41-24 victory • over Accident • last . week and turned-back Elk Garden V'22-19 Tuesday night. Last year Central won Its initial .. game of the season from' Oakland 30-14, and closed its 1947-48 cam- 'paign with a 41-26 win over the .. same passers. Fort Hill Opens Tomorrow. •' . Tort Hill High will open its cam- paign- tomorrow night when it tra- " vels to Piedmont to tangle with the Lions of Coach'William "Huck" Mlers at 9 o'clock. : Last' year'Hhe Sentinels captured •"the first contest, 42-25, but were ^.defeated in. the return engagement, -"•"'35-28. •'-'•' • ' • • • •§* The.LaSalle High• Explorers will .^unveil its 1948-49 quintet Sunday •r-alternoon at 3 o'clock at the SS, "Dieter »nd Paul zym. Opposing the -i/Blue and Gold,-under the direction Cof *. new coach—Johnny Mullaney •ft —will be St. John's of Frederick. £• In other" games tonight. Fort —-Ashby. and Paw Paw open at Paw •v*'Paw, Bruce 'goes to Berlin, .Elk ^-Garden invades Barton and Circle- -Vville helps Davis lift the curtain. ••AV •" : • ; .^Century Retains Lead .Tin Shuffleboard Loop *', The Century Athletic Club of ' '"Trostburg remained in nrst place in -.V-the National Shuffleboard League Tof Allegany County by turning back --"the .Eurple ^leart Club last .night •'• "two out''W'tnre'c" r james while the J-liCIC Have Uticll ItLi^ci UAUnu^i AAvi^-wwuii.^ ^jx.* Je , u*±v, WWUA.LJW. s-i. s* — witnessing local parades, but they j week. _ The- blackboard is standard • ' •• • — •-- - 1 -*-— 'equipment in the lecture, room, as '..'two out'oi-tnree-same:, "^ c """ it takes a great speaker to do, :-.-»econd place Cumberland vj.vy. ^^ And - ^j, why Har] 5 W ' s _team.defeated the Knights of Co- dgises ^ jam . packed at f oot ball imbus two games.- .. .:•..__ clinics at -which" he- lectures. Tommy Oracle paced the cen , . o _^_ . .. tury A.C. in scoring with 35 points while Nichols led .the losers -with 23. - The estimate' made by The Evening Times of the size of the crowd at -the' Thanksgiving Day football game between the undefeated Al'.c- gany and Fort Hill High teams wns borne-out today-when the-official .Victor D. Heltey and' Ralph K. Webster, principals of Fort Hill ana Allefrany, respectively, completed the count and reported thai' the paid attendance was 9,710. And-that makes our-estimate "of . boys which manages to sneak 'into the stadium there were easily 300 persons witnessing the clash who didn't .. This crowd, as already announced, established a new record for attendance at a sport- Inf event. in Cumberland. In fact, there probably has never- been ft throng- as l&rjre to 'gather in a. single place inside limits for any kind of an event. There. have -been' larger crowds Leahy Leaving Today To.Conduct Football School In Hoiiohihi By FRA>'K LEAHY Xotrc Dame Coach LOS ANGELES—Today we leave the country for a. brief sojourn to Hawaii. The trip has. a dual pur- _^" -. pose.' First, we are to conduct-aj coaching clinic. In Honolulu, find! second, it will provide Mr s. Leahy and the children with a m u c'h deserved vacation.' • - . Conching clinics always- intrigue the writer, as. we have never at- Frank Leahy tended one th a t we didn't learn some little thing that has helped'us immeasurably at Notre Dame;- Frequently-high school coaches have some excellent ideas that"they are unable to employ because of the physical immaturity of -most of their players'.' Such .suggestions have 'aided 'us many, times 'in the collegiate field. Men who attend these clinics are doing a great deal to make football! coaching a highly respected profes-; sion. No- longer is . the football coach a man who works .but four months a. year. . Today .the average coach -attends from three to five clinics each year. Lectures are con-ducted in classroom manner, and many coaches fill from two to three notebooks during the course of one Navv \ChurchBasketball U ll«av V 5 j ™ • i v TIT- Leagues Card 16 Ridgeley Win » %/ / I ^k^~*"l~k I fHYTl^fii. A JUUUIJ VTCllllC'O •••' •"-*• ' . . • I. 'sLxteen games are scheduled. to | be played in die Sunday School Legionnaires Cop Straight; Naval Reserves tilts being played at the Y.M.C.A.. ™ _ _ . • \- _ _:- J_.._ „ *. »U n Cfcifn 4 •*rV\f-iVT 1 Olin .Capture First Victory "I"' SENTOR LEAGUE .' STANDING O.F THE'TEAMS —. medium-size- bowls will' have .their ' Cumberland Lesion .. • Amveis B..4: O.'Bae!:thop..-.. Marine. Rest-vet- •'.,... ^lival •• Reserves ' B. P: O. ElKs MapiHldt ..'Crcsniv Park ...'...... were scattered. "Then, too, there may have been more.people attending Falrgo horse races, but the plant is outside the city limits. "Richard "Dick" Harlow made a tremendous hit as 'speaker at last night's banquet honoring- the Fort Hill-: football team. . . •.. ." The - retired. Harvard coach • Rave' just the kind ol a ' talk high school jrridders enjoy, • mixing humorous stories with the more serious asptcts to hold the attention of hii audience throughout. • . A. polished-'orator, it. was easy to tell Harlow-spoke from., the heart and his speech, will; undoubtedly leave a -lasting impression, with, the Sentinel players to whom most of his remarks were, directed.• ' " 7 . Seeing the program was behind: -schedule when it- came time for Mm to speak, Harlow , decided to cut his speech somewhat, but It .Wai the consensus of the jrue*t* ,that • he could have spoken 30 minute* longer without losing any of the.effect . of his. talk,. It takes'.a great speaker" to do. is the -football,' and- at least two demonstrators. Secrets No Longer Possible Years back it was the habit of most clinicians to'hold back many of their individual secrets of success, This.secretiveness is no longer possible, as the sponsors require the lecturers to bring some of -their own game movies to .substantiate their lecture material. Last summer we were- privileged to share the teacher's rostrum with Coach Fritz Crlsler, of-the University of Michigan. Coach Crisler showed the Michigan vs. Mir. Alvln- Dark, the Boston . Braves' hile.Nichols led .the losers-w-ltn^. se ^ O naf rooMe shortstop,- is con- W. Gplladay headed *c.Vete.^i .^^ hls team . ^^l^e'K ^th^ -ate, Is a man of-his word. . points. ' Viaduct Inn defeated the-Cumberland American -Legion -2-1. Stro- snlder and ,Don Mclntyre tied for top honors with'22 points'each. Stadium Inn of -Frostburg turned back the Owls Club, 2-1,'and the Cumberland' Amvets will Play host to the Goodfcllowship Club at 8 o'clock tonight. Gorbett To Again Manage Cards In Shore League SALISBURY, Md.—(/P)—Gene Cor-, bett, who piloted the-Salisbury Cardinals to-a pennant last season, will manage the Eastern Shore baseball league -club 'again'thls 'campaign.- Officials " of the Salisbury club ttid today they had received this information' from the St. Louis Cardinals. The Eastern-Shore outfit'is tied up-with the major league Cards. PRO'BASKETBALL VCT Yorfc 74, Providence 63 i'BAA) Bilttoort BulltU 82. Philadelphia 81, '- (BAA) Sb«boj-f»n S3,-Denver 45 (NnUonill - Anderson 71, Witerlco 59 (National) that'he "would like to "play on ai ,. w " u "~ —i,.","'/ " t h--.i wortd championship-team and wear P ay h ,h school^footba.l of-his The' Braves didn't. -win the ; World Series,.bnt Dark, thanks to Stanky; has a replica, of the Diamond - studded • rings Riven memlwrn of the world champion Cleveland Indians. Early last spring, Dark expressed j HE'S DUKE OF CUMBERLAND NOW—Lanky Ken Haggerty, / (above), former Holy Cross star, is expected to add strength to the pennant-minded Cumberland Dukes of the All-American Basketball . League. Haggerty signed this week with the Dukes and will play his first game-in the locals' lineup tomorrow nigh; at Butler, Pa. Hell be seen in action here.Sunday nigh: when the 'highly-touted Wheel- , • ing Blues blow into town for a battle on the SS. Peter and Paul court. Haggerty captained Holy Cross when the Crusaders won the- NCAA championship two years ago. Dukes To Battle Team to Beat 1 Here Sunday; Away Tomorrow •The "team to beat" for the All-American Basketball League title—the Wheeling- Blues—will invade Cumberland Sunday nigh't to meet the undefeated Cumberland Dukes. With Jules-Eivlin, onetime Marshall College great, serv- as. player-coach, the^Blues have been rolling over all TV.- L.. ret. 4 0 1.000 3 » .3 i .TSO 31. .687 1' 2 .500' 1 1 .333 l' 3 .250 0 '3 .000 0 * .000 Cumberland American L e.g i o n captured its fourth, straight victory last night in • the Central' YMCA Senior Men's League'by'topping the -B.T. O. Elks-, 25 to-24. :' Ronnie Stern'e, led 'the passers with six points,-while"Bob Robinson paced the losers with 'eight markers. In other contests -Ridgeley American Legion turned -back Cresap park','-40-28, and the Naval Reserves won over - the Marine -Reserves, 24-19. • . . 'Hanman copped -high scoring honors' for' the night by pacing Rid'geley with 15 -points, while Ob- •erlin. Chancy led Cresaptown \rith '• Dave Smith,: scored eight lor-the Middies while- Tommy Carroll led the Marines, with nine.' The victory was the first for the Navy. The lineups: ' , ' G F PH. ' 2 2-46 frost-burg. '"'.-. The fourth round of.the 'local nicujuin-oiic wnu> *w^ ji<*,^.«..v— quint will get'under way with St. | last fling "at .ine national football Paul's meeting' Calvary, at the!spotlight tomorrow-before the older Armory and-Centre: Street playing land larger fixtures-start drumming the United Brethren at: the "Y." up interest in their 1 Jan. 1-attrac- Both games will begin- at noon. tions. •: ' In the Frostburg"loop the first • s j x games' ai'e 'on schedule, ta- contest begins'a't. 9,-a. m. betweenUiuding two Junior College counter- Carlos Methodist and Presbyterian. pam O f the Rose and 6ugar r bowls. Oumb,. R. Sterne. I ., B. Price, t ... B. SplMlKlcr, c B.-'Sterne, E . Cox.- 1 cub McGann, sub Hilleary, -sub . Cllngan, sub . Totals' .'. 1 .. 2 ... 0 ..-r .. i -Xor.-6CO.-lnp; sub—-Ve.'.'. B. r r. 0. Elk" , I Tom Robinson, j Proudfooc, T iSpingler, c i Gi-'rnrd, c (Lcur, B ...: Wilkinson, sub .10 0-0 0-1. 0-0' 0-3 ' F 2-3 0-1 1-3 1-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 National Grid Spotlight On Little Bowls Six Games Scheduled, Including Two Junior College Attractions NEW YORK— (!?}— The little a»l . The schedule for the remainder of the season . will be .'drafted; at a meeting of the'; cage '.-association Tuesday'night, December, 28, at 7:30 in the Salem' 'Evangelical .and Reformed Church. '-The schedules: ' CUMBERLAND. (Armory) 12:00—Calvary vs. St. Paul's. " . 12:55—Grace Bnptlft vs. Living Stone 1:50—St. Luke's vs.-St.-Mirk's 2:45—Kinsley vs. -First Methodist (TMCA) • • . • ' 15:00—Centre Street vs. .TJnlled. Brethren 12:55—Central Methodist vs. Zlon. Reform 1:50—Wiley- Pord vs. Trinity. ;:45—Presbyterian vs.. Bowling Green 3:40—St. John's vs. Grace Methodist 4:35— First 'Baptist vs. Episcopal FROSTBtRG 9:00—Ca 10:00—Eaj . 11:00—Shalt. Methodist vs. Eplscop_. 12-00—Eckltart Methodist vs..St. Paul's The Llttl-3 Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., will send Compton'".Junior College against-JDulutTi" Junior. College 'In - : a battle" o' perfect teams. : Compton won ten games in a row.. Duluth was unbeaten and untied in. seven starts'. ."' Louisiana, home of the Sugar Bowl, refuses to let Itself T>e out-' done by Pacific Coast .rivals and so" comes up' with' a : L!tUe, Sugar Bowl to. match This game, at Monroe, La.,'*maich- es . unbeaten* 'and : untied. South Georgia with. Little Rock (Ark.) FROsrutRG I Junior College, vMch'.wonseven arid, irlos Mctliodist vs. Presbyterian lost three. '..-".. ijiish Baptist vs.' Brethren -p; VO O j ;he best Junior. College' iait. Methodist vs. Episcopal • record s ia.'tjje. country--wiU"'be put on the : line in the Texas Rose Bowl at Tyler; Tex., where-Kllgore .(9-1-0) plays Hutchinson of Kansas (S-0-1). Other games include:' " " , ' -Grape'Bowl-at Lodi, Calif.—Har-. din-Simmons .vs. College of Pacific. Fish Bowl at Corpus Christi, Tex. —Corpus . Christi TO. ' Southwestern (Tex.) - . Silver - Bowl ' at. Mexico, City- Pacific Destroyer Forces vs. Hawaiian.'All Stars. -. Another Bowl game—The Texoma —will- be played tonight at Denison, Tex.,' with Ouaclu'ta and Southeastern California as principals; .There are a few more-bowl games leading up to the main ones Jan..l but. they come along in. dribbles. . -There is one Dec. 11, two.Dec. IS, lioo—Welsh B«p«ist vs. St. .Michael's 2:flO^Frosti3urg: Methodist vs Zlhlman 3400—Congrejktion rs Sion" 'E. and R. 4100—Salem E. and B. vs. EcMiait Sep. Mooref ield Opens jWitliAliuiuii,Wm MOOREPIELD, W. Va".. —' Moorefield High School's basketball-team opened its season here: last night by nipping Alumni passers,' 37 to 35. Smith tied.the score with a free throw in the final minutes and with 15 seconds to go Wendell Hott connected with a.neld goal that decided 4 [the contest. sj 'Harman and Vance paced the '_i .'_"'"_ _;''winners with 11 and nine markers, two All Star games' Dec.. 25, one Totals 10 Referees—Rob}- and Mulle.-. I >%JiiIl&ld WlUil A^. LtiJW ^1 I I m *...«........,, nyy ~* ' i *J mi g<MA*^k> ^*w 211 respectively, .while Kessel led -the Dec..29 Dec..30.' Alumni with 13. ..... I ' Two,, '.of the nation's and the ,Michigan vs: Southern; oppos ; t } on ant i ] as t Monday'! r>iKfrtT^iin Tvinv »c -a:hil*. -arp nrnvlrieril ±^ i California movies, while we a film entitled -"The Not;. Hilites of 1947" which consists of a composite film of all the scoring plays of our 1247 season. During-the course of the clinic we endeavor to, basically, outline each man's duties on our scoring plays. On the final'day .of the clinic we run the movies and point out the eleven individuals as-they carry out their respective 1 assignments. Fundamentals Often Neglected Fundamentals are" the- most neglected phase of modem football. The quick opening: play is'the. most basic play of the "T" formation, and consequently is neglected'to a high degree. It is our sincere belief that if"all--"T" coaches, would spend one hour each'day on this play they would .enjoy .immeasurable success. During the lecture ;houis -of any clinic,we spend"as much time as possible on' this department of -play. .. .. fc Butler, .82-62, f^AhoonaWhips their third -straight league victory. Continuing a rivalry now in its third season, Mike Valan. the millionaire contractor and sports promoter of the Ohio'Valley, will bring his highly-touted ''and pre-season leagua favorites 'here boasting. a lineup of the highest, priced stars in the Ail-American League. Mike's squad will be headed by Rivlin. who was the.second highest scorer in the nation while "playing for Marshall- in-1938, trailing only the great Hank Luisetti of Stanford. For the.past two years Rivlin has been player-coach 'o£ the Toledo. Jeeps of the National League, who ins 1947 . reached the finals in. the world's pro Chicago. Rivlin wns named most valuable player of the tourney. •Bobby Cai-roll,, a'"rookie" member Butler 3SSlDle OH LH15 utijJl*--" llJ £ 1 - u ui. -H I **J • • .DUUJJ.V waiiwii,,a, i wvk.w ........ Far.from being a vacation..for the| 0 r the Wheeling team is a familiar students, ..the average clinic runs!figure, to local basketball fandom. For First League Victory WHEELING, W. Va. —(/P) —Altoona's 74-57 victory over Washington, Pa., last night brought .the Flyers a In fourth-place .tie with the All-American pro basketball league. It was Altoona's first win and Washington's first defeat of the league season. The switch left unbeaten "Wheeling and Cumberland sharing .the league, leader's post. The league standings today are: w L ret. Wnccltair , ; 3- 0 :.000 Cumberland . 3 Washington • -1 Altoona. ! Eutler ... Pittsburgh Mirinr Kel!y. 1 Cunnlnfh Mi\nees. H"rtletL, Carroll, . 1.000 .333 .333 .000 Terra Alia Spoils.Opener For Thomas High, 46-31 TERRA. ALTA, Va.—Terra «uu».-.,-v -._-,- T —- --a figure, to local basketball landom • A] ^ pigh'cagers spoil ed the -open- from 8 a. m. to' 10 p. m., with movies: Carroll, with three years varsity ball; A'ta «ign cagers- sp u u of outstanding games usually pro- at West-Virginia University to his-j £L°L™h Emil Suder's QUint a viding the evening's program. Three to. five lectures are 'always turned over to a trainer wno acquaints the at West Vli'gmla University to nis = r- — - £ n " ^ f quint a credit, played on Mountaineer teams J Bd ™ c V_. herc . Cresip P*rk D.' Hounshell, t Thompson,. I Ware, c -. E. Kounshcl!,- E ..... McKenzie, g Obftflln Chaney, sub Cecil, sub ." C. Schramm. sub ... Hftrtman, f .. Phillips, c .... Thompson. K . Stanplc, s ••• CorncliuE, sub TotaJ«- C . 0 .-0 . 1 . 0 . s . 5 . 1 F ..'1-3 i-; 1-1 F 6-S 5-5 1-3 1-S o-: J-2 leading lUIiUlI wini ^o, . . ... | i WW • • U^ l/ilc iioioiuii o j^^^t,'if Pt , The'-Alumni quint putscored _ the j junior College, football- teams 'col- 11 varsity, on-field goals.14 to -lO'-but hj(j e . j a - » n e third -annual .Little Rose- Coach Paugh's "crew• tallied 17 forhgowl game tomorrow, at Pasadena. 25 foul shots. The -lineups: ' j^th California's Compton coUege Pls9 ' trim the Duluii,' 2 i-Minn., "Bluejays. •'..-.-. -."T With Ideal y weather predicted, m. 1 j! throng.'of around-60,000 is expected. j!in Pasadena's, fanied bowl-'lor tnt -|ldckofl at-2 o'clock CPDT). -.".. •Champions of their .respective i 3 , ( Mooi-efleld 14 J. V»noe, t * Baldwin. n I W. HOtt, C ' _I!B. Harn»n, g -i 8 jC. Pit»cr; s Pis (II. Ourj, sub m'iK. Vaccc, sub "I To'.als '........ j j N'on-scorJng sub—3 -• Alumni ij Keller, I _ Hswood, I F 5-5 0-0 1-2 S-14 1-1 0-0 TotaJ« JJ 14-53 <0 Non-scorinc subs-—Lehman and Elliott. Referees—Sobj- and Muller. G 1 1 ........ J .1 0 F •1-2 1-2 ru. 3 3 3 1 , ... Seymour, c ... Smltn, K Kcssel, g Ours, sub CompLon, sub . Totals' -....']< Non-tctirlnp tub—Wclipn. . Non-storing subs-—Helmsettcr ind Bennet: Kes. G Shtiicy, l ..'. l Cloonan. c ../.. 3 Don Smith, c 0 Moody, 's : 2 Koch. «ub 1 ' Dnvc Sn-.lth, sub ....... 2 Totals '.... " • f- • 1-3 0-3 3-8 C-l • 2-3 0-0 tts, 3 G . 5 .0 e ..10 wcr.zel, G .. 3 .. 1 11-35 F 0-1 . o-n 3-6 1-t- J-3 . 0-1 . (Continued on Page 17). the which Square i jyiomiwmiBEi LcitiiKi' iSrins here .rt in. the Madison I ^^ ™™l ^ c . to would in'meat and on the final trip to the. -—- [ •" ^ on A"vwt of the tussle "Big City"'he was captain o.' the £ ^ ^ e * into ft rout ; The knew that of year, -if he had to buy : : bark and Stanky jot into the .-' World's Scries, but Cleveland won and became the World champions, Al got the ring as a Christmas present' from Stanky. He had it made special, diamond-studded and everything, except with -the inscription "National - League Champions," instead' of "World's Champions." The r.umber of actual languages in use In the world has been computed by officers ol "Academy at 2,796.. • . the French ; ing such schools.. (Distributed by McJTmght Syndicate, jic.) Six Horses to Test Citation Tomorrow SAN BRUNO, Calif. — (IP)— It's heavily-favored Citation against a so-so field, tomorrow in./the 550,000 added Tanforan Handicap. The Calumet Farm -three-year- old is expected' 'to - attract 30,000 racing fans when he goes postward against at least six western horses. The-starting lineup will.probably •shape lip as follows: 'Strangler' Lewis Told 'Clean House' As Boss Of Wrestlers Grayson Finds Project Of 'Grunt-GroM-1 Artists An Amusing Situation By HARRY GRATSOX .NBA Sports Editor KEW.YORK— (NBA)—The newly- formed' Wrestling Promoters' Association' of America and Allied. Countries has named Ed "Stranger ILewis commis- I sioner and told Jhim, to clean *»«^>«J^; tt really I funny. An. old (wrestler straight] ening out wrest- IHng-. More amus- ling still is tJic I grappling groups J taking tliemselves |'a-nd -their grunt land groancrs seriously. Gorceom George .old Strangler Lewis'-is -supposed to' collect' $25,000 a year anld expenses, but no one has as yet explained who is going to pay him. Spokesman for the • Promoters Association tell you Lewis' first duty is to establish a heavyweight champion who will be recognized 'by all. They profess to believe that with this important point cleared up, ear massaging will revert to the old days when $50,000 houses at Madi__ "son Square Garden and other major — arenas were not uncommon. —*• C»ll of Tournaments ~P' Elimination tournaments are v" talked of, but just wait 'until Czar ^-.Lewix tells promoter Lou Thesz of '""St. Louis that Joe Longson is no lon- ^T.fer the champion of the world, and "" not to advertise Lou Thesz, the T", .wrestler, as the titleholdcr in other Horse Citation See-Tee-See Stepfather Texas Sandman Happy Issue Tropical. Sea Cash Reward Kider Impost .Eddie Arcaro. 123 'Ralph Neves. 117 W. Lltzenberg 110 - No boy 100 -G.'.GlIsson .. 107 . D: P Wagner .. 105 .(The AnEel'ii-one of the many sideshow freaks Commissioner Lewis will have to contend with. "All right," promoter Thesl will s'ay, "'Longson may' no : longer, be. champion of the world, but lie's champion of. St.- Louis, and that's good enough, for me. And where; do you get off telling- me not to advertise .wrestler Thesz as champion? Everyone else is champion, isn't he?" • ' "~ There are at present more than •.(Continued on Pa£t 17) aan «..„.«- -'No boy ......10* On Trust, the-leading California- bred money-winner, and-Please Me are listed as very doubtful starters. Net to the-winner, in. the event of a seven-horse, field, .will be $31 300 The second ' horse-will receive $10,000. the third $7,500 and' the. fourth ?5,000. . COLLEGE BASKETBALL \BTI The Atsocisted Frcisi Mnr.ihui: "o, ;.ii;iipm so Salem (W. Va.) «. Rio OrnndtfSi Ounnon 70 St. Vincent IP«.J 55 Wcr.tmlnstcr (Pa.) 50, Mlllersville 40 Tulane 87, Howard (A.ln.1 32, '. IVestern Ker.tucXy 81, Emporlo. |Kas.) 34 Georgetown fKy.) 61. Villa Mndonn. •»: • Mercer 54, "College Charleston 47 GulUord c:. Hosiery.50 Lincoln Memorial M. Cumberland 53 Louisiana Tech 88. BarV-sdale Air Sue 30 Southeastern Ixjulslnnn. 68, . Alabimo TeHc'hers 60 ' Davidson 85, Eler's BlueJacKets 35 Camp Lejeime Marines 17, Campbell JC-48 • ' "Ersklne 8". piedmont lUncers •*'•> Western Carolina 61, Carson-Newman •>* Concord (W. Va.) 66 Bluefleld =0 Presbyterian 63, Ltnolr Rhyne 50 East Tenn. state S3, Koir.oice 51 Ohio Weslcynn 60, ottcrbeln 58 •Akron 63. St. rrnr.ols --(Pn.) 53 Ml. Union 44, Aihlnnd 3< . Lonit Island U; 56. Arfcansns 42 MnrJilnll 10, MlUlgan (Tonn.l 50 West Vn. Tech it. West Vn. Weslcyan 44 Maryland CO, V. P. I. SI • Marietta 57, Falrmoni (W.V».) Slate 39 Baltimore Loyola 03, Baltimore U. 4: 'American U. 69. Randolph Macon 43 Denver C5, Syracuse 63 North Carolina. 57. Catawba 4" ' i Wisconsin 50, Missouri 42 -Southern Methodist C2, CCNV 56 to turn the game into a rout. The .lineups: . . -Hlffh scorer of the All-American T rrr«. AH* c. F. T.iTbomns c. F. .T - ••~' '-- - •• * ' ''J. D'POl'.o, f. 1 2 ' 1S4S WVU crew. Professional League last,year. "Slim j pnrjoni Jim'' Qulnlon wi'.l be making his! !.. 0 f... 7 u.i.. -. t .,,,-.-— - - - , ' 'NCPtOI'i C... P 2 second appearance here Sunday. A! mn. E < i crnduate of Canislus College, Quin- stover, n... o o " . —_. 11 i ._, — i bmlLh. i. r • • l 0 _... D'Pollo, f 0 DeBacco. c,, 5 Orrco. s..... ^ Gcritonlo. R. 5 0 0 10 1 Enjoy Beautiful Days RIDE HORSEBACK Open the Year Round Week Days end Sunday! Ian was voted Wheeling's most valuable player last year. Before Join-1 Totals ...".'. 4 40i Totals ....13531 Ir.g the Wheeling Club Qulnlan j __ 'Score nt hal£: Tern Alt... 21, Thoma played with the Rochester Royals ol j ^tcrce-Euck KUien. the National League. Plaj-ing his second year for the Blues, Hank Klis starred and .captained West Virginia-Weslcyan College for two years. Ells.stands six foot 'two inches and wi'.l be playing forward for the visitors Sunday. Wheeling will add speed to Its team when they bring Paul Herman who captained the University of Tennessee- in 1943 here. Herman made the All Southern Conference team the. same year and played in the National LeaeTue for two years before joining the 'Blues. Both Cumberland and Wheeling are away tomorrow night, the Dukes playing at'Butler, Pa., and the Blues invading "Altoona. SPECIAL RATES to Groups - Weekdays Only Ponies For Children Snturdny Afternoon* HABEFB'S RIDING ACADEMY 6 Miles East on Baltimore Tike SPORTS MIRROR - "TODAY A- YEAR. AGO—Boston Red so* traded Leon Culberson and A! Koiar to Washington for Stan Spence. THREE YEARS AGO—Cecil ', Hudson of California- outpointed - Frltzle Zlvle of Pittsburgh In -a ten-round fight. FIVE-YEAR AGO—A survey showed that more than :»710,000,000 was .bet or. horse races- In 1943. ... I YEAR AGO— Capl. Emery E. Larson -its named Navy football coach, succeed*; Lt. Harry J. 1-Iarc.wickc. .Shop Now for ffie Holidays AT THE LOWEST PRICES .*. 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