Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 13, 1948 · Page 15
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Phone.4600. for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1948 F1FTEKN- CUMBERLAND REAL ESTATE BOARD.. Members are. best qualified to serve your needs in real estate matters through specialized experience in the real estate business "and bv their acceptance of established'standards and principals. ° d ESTATE BOARD MEMBERS are "REALTORS" in-CUMBERLAND FOR SA1E •rue Louis Nies properly -located on Camp i sg^ssSS^ lEspectfon^y" "appoir.tment. Price upon nsfccd __ J AMES .W.: BEACH AM 30B S. Centre St:, Cumberland. Md. - - ~ — -INSURANCE FOR .BALE 305 Grand Are.—Eight room Jrame dwelling— two apartments — lour rooms and fcaih each-hot water heat—price $1950.00. G40 Payctto Street—five room bungalow— h.irdwood floors, tile bath, sis fired forced air furnnce. completely laTiscapcd lot— jisptctlon-by appointment—price on nppll- LAVale Tan-nee. LaVttlc, Md.—Two new dwelllncs—adequate water supply. .Prlco on implication. . Braddock Road—Five room stone ana cement • dwelling—all hardwood floors- immediate occupancy-priced at tll.500.00. Located on National Highway at Narrows Pork—Six room Iramc dwelling covcrtd .with inselbrlc—priced at $3000.00. D. C. GOODFELLOW, Realtor Phone 2883 REAL ESTATE — STORAGE — IHSUBANCE CRESAPTOWN HOME Located on the .-Brant Road, In Cresaptown. we have this-Modern Bemi-bungalow'prfranie and asbestos shingle construction, containing «ix rooais andybathrHot air -neat. Large basement .'.•with, garage • space. Own water' Astern. Price $7,350.00. Ko. D. P." MILLER CO. UJSURASCB AND REAL ESTATE 1 U. Liberty;St.. K»nt 433 II you have property you want to dispose of, let me list it. There is no charge unless a sale is made. I can sell it if it can be sold.. HARRY B. SIMPSON REALTOR—INSURANCE 1 Phones 632, and 2994-W First National Bant Building NEW HOME La Vale Boulevard —A five-room brick semi-bungalow that is exceptionally well built, large rooms, hardwood floors throughout, gas fired warm -air heat. Both LaVale water and well with electric pump. Lot 50' x 150'. "see PERRIN about it" Perrln Bids, on PershlnE 8t. Phone 422 BUILDING LOTS • • .. Bedford Road .50' x 90' $ 900 Schlund Avenue .'.. .50' x 100'. 1090 Gordon Street (LaVale) 50'xl25' 550 Brookfield Avenue..35' x 175' 1000 til Top Drive and • Caroline St -.75' x 130' 2150 Virginia Ave. Business location 38' x 106' 2000 ROBERT W. YOUNG ealtor Phono 40*70 Located on-eastf-xlde- or Town Hill. 158 acre farm bordering on Route 40- 10 room house, water, electric, pew barn, other'necessary outbuildings. This is-good grazing and good tillable land. All necessary machinery including.'large tractor, cattle hogs, approximately 200 bushels of 'wheat, convand-oats, also crop of wheat in ground. ."Price on appli- tation. - -•« -'•- JEWELL.'&WUTTON- Ooeral Insurance.and" Real Eswt« W. viC—'"•Phono IMS or 1033-w ' FOIT.SAL.E laanetUate possession.- »4650. immediate possession. C GLENN-WATSON & SON mSUBAKCT'.AND REALTOR - phonc m 47 —Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 54B Fairvlew 'Ave.—Pi-nine dwelling at corner ol Pear St. Eluht rooms and bath Hot air heat piped to each room. Lars< concrete basement. Good repair. CcmlcVbe converted into duplex. 012 Washington Street—Brict dwell with twelve rooms and two baths. Large basement. Steam heut. Would mute lour apartments. Adjoining vacant lot makes 85 loot Iroatoge. THE J. H. HOLZSHU CO. Insurance—Realtors—Bonding 21 S. Centre St phone 458 FOR SALE DECATim ST. Brlclc tiwelliDS. 10 rooms, hulls, bath, hot water heat, arranued Tor small apartments und rooms. Garage, excellent business location, quiet possession. Price on (ipplicntioa. OLDTCWN ROAD. Brlct bulldlnE contains 11 rooms. 2 baths, hot air heat registered, also restaurant equipped, with good Income, and fine location 'or barber shop, corner property. Price on nppllca lion. J. L. HOWSARE 12< Bedford St. Piione 41«. notice i« hereby st'cn thut tho foliowlnc irrson.i linvc filed nppllcn'.lan with ttw Ilcrk at the Circuit Court lor Allcgar.y ounty to sell ulcohollc bcvcmpcs 'n llcnany County, under the provision ol enate Bill 38 ns cnncttd cy the General Assembly of Maryland lor the 1947 Session. Character ol License, name ol applicant and for whom applied, the residence ol npplicnnt, location of place of business and owner of premises are as follows: BEBK AND WINE MOUSSE CLASS A OFF SALE Applicant. Albert T. To:nsko, residence of applicant. 1129 Bedford .St., Cumbcr- and, Md.- applicant. Lee Green; residence of appMcant, R.F.D. No. 1. LaVale. Cum- rtrland, Md.' applicant, John J. Robinson; residence of applicant. 82S Shriver Ave., Cumberland. Md.; for whom applied. Albert's Super Markets, Inc.; location o: premises, 30 Wlneow Street, Cumberland, ,fd.: owner ol premises, W. T. CoulehMi "• Bro., Ir.c, The expiration date of all licenses anted will be the 30th day ot April next niter Issuance. First publication ot this notice is December C. 104B. JOSEPH E. BODEN, Clcrl: of the circuit Court lor Allesany County. Advertisement T-»c=. 6-13 FOR SALE C51 Greene street. Six room brick dwelling. Contains hardwood ..floors, steam hetit, anU two car garage, Immcdia:e possession. Price on application. Second Street. Double brick dwellinR. Six rooms-and bath on each side. Excellent condition. Price on application. 813 Frederick Street. Six room, frame dwelling with bath, gas, and electric Vumacc vfith warm air heat to each room Partial basement. Moderately priced. WIEBEL AND WORKMEISTER REAL ESTATE . INSURANCE '. 115& Frederick Street — Phonc 3453 NOTICE OUT OUR WAY By J. R; Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE 54-A—Display Classified GET ACQUAINTED! $50 FOR 30 DAYS Costs Only 5c A Day! STOP IN OR PHONE! AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 N. LIBERTY — PHONE 5293 SERVICE. COR.N.MECHflNICI a vfluev STS.' ' cATED 'at.:SOB'. City View Terrace Modern elcht room bouse, not »!r lur- a. " wtth nn iron rlrcman rtofer. A barcaln at the low price at «AL.SSTATE boucht. 6014. W»tson. 313 Virginia 48—Roofing, Spouting Roofing-Spouting W»rm'.ffi:Beit. Air Coadltlontal 4598. 2985-J . j. E. J100 Oldtoyn Boad metal work. Bool d ventltatlot AJ« . 8=riute. 2258. Roofing-Spouting-Furnoces -Sheet Metal Work- 49-A—Typewriteri, Service^ mach^S. '.t • Bujlness. Serrtce. 1153 Irea erlct st. Phone : 51 —Wanted - to B uy WANTED to'buyrold'und Crippled Horsee W to Wink iM4.,,Trnm«J Wilt. B«t«. ier Treadle Sewing condition. Phone 53—Wanted to Rent P.O. Bor 16 54—Wanted Situations PRACTICAL .2U«M. provided, day or weet Tvi-stitB Employment Agency. Licensed. B286-J. • "••""• •-'• NURSING WANTED •Phone .3570-H 54_A—Display Classified $2500.00 Frame dwelling consisting of living room, dining room and kitchen on first floor; two bedrooms on second floor. Situated No. 407 Central Avenue, immediate possession. This property priced for quick sale. M. D. REINHART AGENCY REALTORS und INSURANCE Liberty Trust Building Phone 18SC H^^jMMJ••»•.— -HI •••• 54-A—Display Clauifitd XMAS DELIVERY New '49 Kaiser-Frazer USED BARGAINS BANK TERMS 1947 Frazer, overdrive, and Heater $1895.00 1947 Kaiser perfect $1695.00 1941 Dodge Sedan, only $895.00 FLETCHER MOTOR SALES & SERVICE 118 S. Mechanic St. Phone 20S', WATCH & JEWELRY.. REPAIRS 24 -Hoar 'Sem'cc SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE I, 62 Baltimore St. • INSIST ON • 'GENUINE FORD .PARTS Buy With Confidence— WE BUY, SELL & TRADE - USED BUT NOT AIUSED CARS JOS S. C«nrr» St HM>II« 14*4 ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "You/ fritndlf Fon* S. Gecrjt St. Cumberland. Plion* MO AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE Wringa Rolls All Waihm CUMBERLAND MAYTAG J5 N.- Mechanic . f|ion« 2672 3ALBB HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 S. Mechanic St. Phone 12 CUMBERLAND PfllNT& WATCH REPAIRING SPECIALIZING natnilton, Elfin, • ' Tnvanncn EVARD \VA MARPLE'S C34 N. CENTIIE ST. Cash-For-Your CAR Taylor Motor Co. 218 N. Mechanic Phono 39 RME.' UOJO MISTAKE THIS FOR. YAWMS— I'M GULPIM' IM TH' FUL 5 A.M AIRJ ESAD. MSfO/ YOU VlWO DOUBTED OP FACTS NOW VOU'VE GOT US IMTO IT, MAKING HIM JEALOUS OF THAT GIRL SO HE'D GET UP EARLY TO- REDUCE/ MOW ME GETS US UP- HOW TPO YOU LIKE IT J .WAIT'LL I THROW THIS CO»T OM OUR FORCHI WOMT NEEP IT/ M\KE SLPsRBS \INHM-E AFEVJ AT VOO ,t»K}TA STATISTICS CATCH FROST -sa HIM. CRE5P OP RSUPS OFP YOORLE65/> TVAe— •FEELirJS AS SHARP AS 50CCKTES THE K3CKBACK to Ptctfoiw PoisI* Writer HORIZONTAL:, 1,6 Pictured author 11 Entertain 12 Forces 14 Romanian river 15 War god 18 Abound 19 Turf 20 Begins ' 22 Meadow ' 23 Mixed' type • 24 Court (ab.) 25 Credit (ab.) 27 Transpose. , . 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Investment Secur- ItleX Hich school, 'praduote, 3 years University of ...P.ennsylvanla Wharton EvcnSc School. Ambitious, honest. B«t ci references. Will necept employment in ,nj acid. Personal interview can be "rWccL Write. Box. 8I6-AX. c/o Times- News. . .! ' ' We Have Available For IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION the following: . REMANUFACTURED ENGINES 1933-42 Ford V8 1935-42 Plymouth 1940-42 Chevrolet 1935-41 Dodge TRANSMISSIONS ALSO AVAILABLE Montgomery Ward & Co. Baltimore Street - ' ' phone 370 ° All Available on Ward's Easy Payment Plan 54-A—Display Classified MONEY! [ - OH ARTICLES OP VALUE Uorodeemed Plcdzti. LugfM" Bnrg»!n» CUMBERLAND LOAN COMPANY 41 N. Mochanio'St.--"- • ' P"on» 4".U Open to i-M"r..M. For Vow. . NEED A GOOD USED TRUCK? "WE HAVE THEM" Several To Choose From All Reconditioned Re*tdy -to G&/J moiOR to. 218 S.' Mechanic 'St. PHONE 2550 "Satisfaction^ Guaranteed" Me DADE S EGGS 59 FRESH COUNTRY doz 316 BalUmore Are. Open Evenings, Sundays Phone 302 Tuesday Specials • 1947 Chev. Aero Sedan $1795 A Beauty • 1946 Ford 2 Dr. $1295 A Bargain • 1941 Ply. 4 Dr. $845 Rood)' to Roll • 1936 Ford Panel $295 A Real Xmos Present EASY TERMS BIG TRADE VALUES J&L Motors Co. George & Harrison Sis. Phonc 1852 Open EVOJ ' 3 R 5~~ A 6 W §— ' > %— :N 5 L 6 E 8 T 4 0 U E 4. T 5 P 6 F 4 T 5 B S A 5 N H . I 6 O 4 U 8 D 7 A a E 1 I 6 D 'I N S G i> C 4 R 6 N « . O 5 H S TJ 2 O 6 N 8 0 7 H 4 A « T 4 E 6 I 7 I 6 R 2 E 6 E 1 L, t> P I W 8 E 7 ' T 5 M 8 N 5* H 6 N 5 U 2 W 5 E 8 R i . A •i I 2 N S R 6 C 2 B 4 I '/ L 4 R S P 4 I, 5 K 8 U ' 6 £ {> G t> C •1 G 8 A 7 T 4 A It R 2 G 5 A 4 S 6 D 4 S 6 E ^ I 4 N 8 E 5 Y 7 A 6 E H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Coorn'Sht me.bT WUlImn J. Miller, PUtributed b? King Ftiturn. Inc. |2"I3 Scientists calculate the dates of many of the world's prehistoric occurrences by studying the fossils of each era. William C. Walsh, Trustee. v«. Clurn W. Scnvor, ct al. No. '.5.1!< Equity In flw Circuit Court lor AlU-Enny County. Maryland. OKDElt NISI Ordered this ="t!i dny or November. 19-18, by the Circuit Court lor Allccany County. Maryland, sitting in Equity, that the sale mnde and reported Ir. the above cause by Wllllnm C, walsli, Trustee, be. rallllcd and confirmed, unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown or. or bc.'ore the 30th clay of December, 1948, provided a copy of this Order be published In some newspaper published m AllcRany County, once a week lor three successive weeks before the 23rd day of December, 1948. The report states the amount or tne silo to be One Hundred »nd Fllty Dollars (S15 °-° 0) - JOSEPH E. BODEN Clerk. True copy: Test: JOSEPH E. BODEN, Clerk. —Adv.-T-NOV. 'J3-DCC. C-13 Roeder Promoted To Navy Captain Bernard P. Roeder. son ol Wi-, aiaie w;«>, uu •*•'•«, "- — - Uam P. •'Boeder, 700 Holland Street, cep t!ons of 144 passes: Other teams lias boon notified of his promotion intercepting 15 percent or more were from lieutenant commander to cap- Mteml (Fin.) 16.2; Georgia, 15.9; 54-A—Display Classified CARS:WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Reliable Motors Co, *TA« Lot.Y/itb-The Iron fence" Cor. George 4 Harrison Sts, ''none 61 - ••• •• Evenings 3732 * ~k Unredeemed Diamonds ... OUT OF PAWN Offered to the Public at Savings of MORE | / THAN /& • All Neweit'Mountings • Brilliant Stones $9.50 up Gentlemen's and Ladies' Watches, some §"• 6^.50 Originally Sold at 550 to $60 ....... .._ *-& Gentlemen's $15 Expansion Watch Bands, SO.95 Gold Filled, White, .Yellow, Rose ** , Ladies' Expansion Watch Bands, White §fl£.95 Yellow and Rose Gold Filled Ladies' Gold Filled Expansion Bracelet and Jji Locket Sett in Beautiful Gift Boxes .... USED TRUCK BARGAINS 1M7 International 2 ton, chassis and cab 1947 Dodge 2 ton with Stake Body 1944 International \% ton with Cattle rack 1942 Brockway Tractor with 5th wheel and trailer connections 1939 international V6 ton pickup 1934 Tontiac K ton pickup College Grid Records Show 'No Defense 5 Nation's Leaders Turn In Worst Figures Ever Earn Team No. 1 Spot By GAEL FOWLED NEW YORK—«>)—The 1948 col- ege football season goes down in the record hooks as the year of no defense. National Collegiate Athletic Bureau defensive statistics released today show the new'leaders turned in he highest—or "worst"—figures ever ;p earn a, team first place in national defensive rankings. It was a case'of "accentuate the xjsltive" as the nation's major grid ;earns went all out on offense and iust hoped for the best on defense. Georgia Tech, Northwestern and Michigan took top spots In the four major classifications with. defensive figures that seem stratospheric compared to previous seasons. Tech Wins Defense Honors Georgia Tech won total defense lonors by allowing 151.3 yards per game via both rushing and passing, a total -almost twice' that of last year's Fenn State mark of 7GS. The previous high good for a national iftampionEhip was the 141.7 turned in by Notre Dame in 1946. George Tech led in rushing defense with, a 74.9'figure, almost five times as "loose" as. Penn State's all-time record of 17.0 established in 1947. Rose Bowl bound Northwestern took, forward pass' defense laurels with a 54.1 yard yield per game considerably higher than tbe 194 r mark of 39.3 by Noftli Carolina national champions State. Michigan's kept the enemy off the Scoreboard more frequently than anyone else allowing 44 points, followed by Clemson, 53, Fenn State-..'55; .Tulane 60 and William .and Mary 67. Eu' showing the stress- on offense, th< previous "worst"- to be best over : season in .scoring defense was the 27 yielded by Perm State test year Most passed against team was Michigan State, whose foes' tries 232 aerials and succeeded witii 10 : of them—most completions recorded against a single Team for the year Others to have 200 or-more passe tried against them were Notri Dame, 216; William & Mary 215 Vanderbilt, 206; Santa Clara, 20: and California, 202. It was til second year in a row that California withstood a 200 or better passing barrage. Tie For Blocked Punts Pennsylvania and Denver. led in the blocked punt department with six apiece. Utah -led- in-pass interceptions, stealing 17.8 percent, or 27, of the 152 flung against the TJtes. Utah State was next at 17.4, or 25 inter- Pro Football Diadems To Be Settled Sunday Cards Defeat Bear*; To Play Eagles; Bill*.. Win Over Baltimore By WILL GRIMSLEY NEW YORK — (/P)—Professional football, presents its grand climax— the championship playoffs.— next Sunday with the Chicago Cardinals and Cleveland Browns strongly favored to retain, titles In their respective leagues. •'.'.'• The Cardinals will invade Philadelphia to dispute the National League crown with -the . Eagles—a repeat of the 1947 .finale;. The Browns.will be host to-theJBuffalo . Bills at Cleveland in the All-America Conference'decider. 1_S •' The Cardinals and Bills i warmed up for the occasion yesterday "by staging last-gasp rallies to capture . divisional honors. . The Cards scored two touchdowns during a six-minute jspurt^Jn the !ast period to turn back their intra- city rivals, the Bears, 24-21^ and to clinch, western section honors. •Buffalo exploded 21. points-in the last 15 minutes to quell Baltimore, 28-17, for the' eastern title 4n the All America. T turnout of 27,327 at Baltimore witnessed the playoff ;amer.the first In the youngjfonfer- ence. • . ... ,'",. Eagles Subdue' Detroit The Philadelphia Eagles, .-who had. already clinched the "National League's eastern title, subdued Do- . troit. 45-21, just as a matter of final emphasis and. closed their slate 'with nine victories, two defeats and a tie. This looks rather "unimposing besides the remarkable record hung up by the Chicago- champions. The Cardinals won 11 games and. dropped only one, that earlier in the year to the Bears. The Cards donned tennis shoes to whip the Eagles, -.28-21-,- on? frozen Chicago / turf in' the -playoff game last year. Then just by way of showing this wasn't an accident the champions conquered the"'lEagles. 21-14, in the first game of the. 1948 season—their only meeting during the regular run. Cleveland Overwhelming ChMce Vital won-and-lost figures. If nothing else; also make Cleveland an overwhelming, cho.lce over Buffalo. ...'.."• The Browns, who defeated .the New York Yankees for the champ- tain in the Navy. Capt. Boeder ^graduated among Astern, WLlJ-llll vj. ju.,y .*"•••, -> "• - ' • Ohio State. 15.8; Drake, 15.6; North- S-P-E-C-I-A-L Gents 15 Jewel Bulova yellow sold Wrist Watches with simulated Diamond and Ruby Dials. Gold filled $p*-50 plus, expansion Bracelet. Very Limited Quantity ^* tax Complete Line ol all Other Jewelry at Tremendous Sayings! MORTON LOAN CO. 33 Baltimore St. * Phone 3770 QUICK CHRISTMAS CASH ON ARTICLES OF VAJ.UE "~ "~ —••»-»<•-•• THE LIGHT & DECKER 315 S. Centre St Cnmbcrland, Md. Phonc 3639 New Lower Prices! Easy Terms! MOTORS Nationally Advcrtis- Make Motors ed Farts Snch as Scaled - Power Pistons, Pins & Rings; Federal Mogul Bearings . . . Plus Latest Improved Machinery Superior in All Kespecls SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. MOTOR REBUILDERS Locally Owned and Operated. Bv 'Trained and Experienced Machinists »53 N. CENTRE ST. . • PHONE «S2 OR 1813 the top 25 men of his class at the United States Naval Academy and was commissioned an ensign In 1931. Twelve men of the 360-member class have been advanced to the rank of captain. He is stationed In Washington, D. C., and recently returned from England and Africa after important missions lor Naval Intelligence. Capt. Boeder received his lieutenant commander's commission during World War II. He was stationed on Admiral Stark's flagship when the United States declared war. Afterwards, he was on staff duty in the Far East. Toward the end of the war, he served mostly in Australia. Capt. Roeder is a graduate of Al- Jegany High School. More Financial (Continued from Page 6) president of the association succeeding Col. William Couper of Virginia Military Institute. Max Famngton of George Washington University was named vice presi- the confer- dent. In other business, ence: (1) Voted for unrestricted exchange of football films- between schools; (2) Voted out the GI transfer athlete. (This means that if a man took part in a sport • at one school, then entered the armed forces an later enrolled in another school, he cannot' take part in the same sport there; (3) refused to dip into, the profits brought home by conference football teams . that go to post season bow! games. Joe Gordon of the Cleveland Indians has been named to the second base post on the American League All -Star team eight, times. _ NOTICE WESTERN MARYLAND RAILWAY COMPANY hereby elves notice that on December 1, 1048, i: filed with the Interstate Commerce Corr.mlsslon. at V/nshlnston, D. C., tn application for ft certificate of - necessity permit- . ., public convenience tins abandonment of a portion ol its Detmold Branch cxtendlriE from valuation station 929 plus 30 to valuation station statlon 929 plus 90 to valuation swuon — -,---- ~. :, • 963 plus oo, approximately O.G27 miles or stro.-cmg Stranahan. main tracK and 0.372 miles of side trade, ail in A:legany County. Maryland. Finance Docket No. 16370. WESTERN MARYLAND RAILWAY COMPANY —Adv.-T-Dee. 13-20-27 and 15. \VUOlitllJ, *.v.v, —-.— Greatest number of pass interceptions was 30 (of 202) by California. Penn State and North Carolina State were the only teams to rank among the total defense leaders, m the last three seasons. Penn bta^e was third in 1946, first last year and second this. N. C. State was fourth in 1946, ninth last year and ftftn this. Georgia Tech was third in 1947 and first this year; North Carolina advanced from 12 to 4th and Georgia dropped from 5th to n rushing defense -William and Mary ranked eighth, second and 13th in the last three years ^ North Carolina ranked lltn, -o, and fifth. Two-time repeaters were Penn State, first in 1947 and.second this vear Georgia Tech, third to - \ Pennsylvania. 11th to 6th. and in pass u ef°ense'North Carolina State dropped from first to eighth, and Maryland finished thiro boJi uniy teams to hit the top 15 in both-total offense and total defense the t>ast season were Army, thi-d in offense and ninth in defense; Georgia Tech, llth and first, and Minnesota, 13th and seventh. Stranahan Wins Miami Open Golf ^ournament MIAMI, Fla. — (,<P) — -Amateur Prank Stranahan of Toledo, O,, today set his sights on other major after 10-unfler-par 270. ion the last two years, shouldered majestically through' 14 straight games to take the AAC western divi- • sion crown. , . The- Buffalo Bills tied with Baltimore for the eastern lead'merely by breaking even—seven victories and seven defeats. This ncessitated the extra game. . -™In other National League, games, Sammy Baugh threw three ^touchdown passes to give the Washington. Redskins a 28-21 decision over the New York Giants, whose Charles Conerly also gave a dazzling aerial' exhibition. The Los Angeles Rams topped Pittsburgh, 31-14, with Kenny Washington closing out- -his/ pro career. Jim Hardy threw three'scor- ing passes and Bob Waterfield tossed one in. the Rams' victory^ Citation Needs Win To Set New Record SAN . BHUNO, • Calif.^ffO—Cita- tion, leading money winner at Tanforan race track in only' two starts, needs only a' victory in his next. scheduled race at Santa Anita to 1 come the richest winner in history. The great three-year-old leaves Tanforaw in his express car .Wednesday for Santa Anita and the $100,000 Maturity Jan. 29. His winnings to date are S865.150. Victory at Santa Anita would put Citation above Stymie's world' record of $911,335. Citation also'may enter the $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap Feb.' 26. An easy win In the $50,000 added Tanforan Handicap Saturday maje Citation top. money winner of the Tanforan meefto date— : in. only two races. ".The Handicap, in- which, he finished five lengths ahead'of Step,father, was good' for S31-.800; and' * sprint earlier last week"rietted a $3,1 CO purse. . >•"••' Citation drew the record.crowd ol the meet — 24,809 — which-wagered $1,264,844, one of the biggest -one-day parimutu;! totals in Ncrthern Call-' fqrnia history. A minus pool, mostly in show betting, cost the track 89,246.60 . in Saturday's feature. (1 Citation paid the minimum of $1.10 [. across the board;' Stepfather, $2.40 and'$2.10; and See Tee See returned * , fessional, ' who blew a 72 and 274 but took first money of $2,000. Stranahan received a set of sterling _a Miami Springs Stranahan coasted in with a par , . . 70 on the final round yesterday to pj e T raynor Turns^-Down «-:., ,„,„ .,„*„. M frnnt nf MPj-| Q{f ^ ^ ^^ Re^ PITTSBURGH — '(ff) —. Harold (Pie) "Traynor;- former .star third baseman and 1 later manager-of the Pittsburgh Pirates, said today he has turned down an offer to become a coach of, the Cincinnati' Reds. . . „.„ Traynor said the offer :was made by Bed Manager Bucky Walters in a, 'phone conversation. He said he refused it because "I like to'.live, in Pittsburgh and want to conttoue my association with the Pirates." Traynor is a' sports announcer on a' Pittsburgh radio' station and serves as a scout for the Pirates in the' Greater Pittsburgh, area. silver mugs. Harbert set _ __^ .. Course record of 62—eight under par—for the 6,735-yard layout Saturday but with the pressure on all the' way, withered for 'a three-over- par '38 on the outgoing nine. He clipped one stroke off par coming in but couldn't overtake the smooth- TEN YEABS AGO—American League rc-eiectcd will Harritife president for 10 years acd (framed Cleveland and Philadelphia pcrajistion- to play night b&seball.

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