Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 17, 1948 · Page 25
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 25

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 17, 1948
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Phone-4GOO Tor'* WANT AD Takci EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. FRIDAY, DISClCMlWt 17, 1!M8 TWENTY-FIVE • ., . Amvets First Defeat,33-20 Fl. Cumberland Post. Racks Up Sixth Victory In RoM- ; ;B..&0. Wins SENIOR MEN'S LEAGUE STANDING OK-TEAMS W. 1.. Cumberland LPKlon ... 8 0 Cumberland Amvels ... -t 1 B. <t 6, Backshopi .. •* 1 Marine Reserves , . -. * Navm Reserves 1 < Crc.iap Park ,..'. 1 •* Wnplcside .......;.... 1 < B.P.O. Elti 1 i . Ptl. .BOO :noo .BOO .333 .200 .'200 .:oo .187 TARGET FOR TODAY By Marvin Jumping to a 14-2 lead in the first quarter, the undefeated Cumberland American Legion cagers remained undefeated in the Central Y. M. C. A. Senior League by- defeating the Amvets In the battle for first place last night on the'"Y" court. The score was 33-20. Otis "Bootie" Sterne-led the Le-i jion passers in scoring with ten! points while Elmer Freeland paced the Amvets with eight. The • win was the sixth- in • as many starts for the Lesion while the loss was the first f or : the Amvets. In the opening contest of the evening the Mapleside Merchants captured their Initial league,victory by beating the. 3. P. O. Elks. 31-20. Bill Andrews " paced the winners with ten points and Bill Spangler had nine for the losers. The B. & 0. Backshop remained In a tie with the Ridgeley Legion for third place by turning back the Marine Reserves, 31-17. Bill Dean led the B. & O. with eight points while Mickey Cunningham j •was high for the Marines with.six tallies. The lineup :s Cumberland Lejclon G 1' Tts, Twl(;c ; 1 1-2 3. R. Sternt. i 2 1-3 5 3. Spansler. c 3 --- J J. cancan. K 3 1-1 • B. Sierne, c « --- 10 TOTALS Amve^ Gc»tz. f ... Frtcluid. I . Boyle, c ... Ollcs. s Battr. 5 ... 13 G 1 3 1) 1 1 0 33 ris. 4 TOTALS 6 6-16 20! Xon-scormc subs—Henry. Palmer. . Score by periods: CUMB. LEG:OX—i< w •-* 3: i AMVETS 2 8. 12 201 Officials— Dichl, .Twigs. Marine Rer-erve. C, • .V Kelly, f ........ i 1-3 * • w f .. /\ , CuRQinsnam, 1 ........ J u-i Mances, c 0 . [i-l Banlcu. K ..•....-.;.... 1 I-' . Cirroll. J i - 1-1^ 5 TOTALS "....... ~ 3-" 1" Xon-.scorinc i-ubs— Michaels. Helcnscn. Snder. B. A O. C Sherman, f 1 ir. Dean, I •! Fryei i' .*..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".. I B. Dfan 3 M»5on 0 TOTALS 5 Non-.sconnj;. .'.ub^—Collins. Scorr by -periods: MARINE RES .1 S. * 0 2 O.'llclnl.s— Mullcr, TnUt:. i.r.o. 1:11^ ' '. r. 'Spunkier. 1 < Leur, I 2 Chapman, c 0 Wilkinson. K 2 Kreltiburir. Sv.<... 0 Robinson o B r 1-1 1-3 0-1 5-5 Potomac State To Seek First Win At Key ser Oiu, IJcaicn 69-48 My Salem, 'Engage Baltimore Tonight The Poioroae Since Catamounts. Unvaried in every attempt to crash l.hc win column, will inaku another IlinR a^'in;lH wln:n they wni;!c \vi;,h Bnli.ur.ore City College .'it Kuy- scr. The ii]jo"' is set for 8 o'clock. • The Cats went clown for Uic fourth straight time last night, dropping" a G9-48 West Virginia Collcpme Con| Ccrcnce er.u'iiKCment to the Salem ITiuers ;ii. Kcyscr. : The TlKcrs doubled l.he Cal.a- Ls in' Held nonls. 28 ;.o 14, running away with the home forces close opening quarter. The. Dukes Clear Decks For Butler With Victory At Washington .A. Locals Rally In Last Period For 71 to 6 i Cage League Triumph ALL-AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING OF THE TliAMS H'. Wheclini: Cuinlicrliind after a . 3"-22 and period scores were 15-11. 38-12. The Keyset' team threatened to catch the invadins Tigers in the third frame when Neil Guu-hall and Roger Sims sparked a rally which lifted the Catamounts to within ieiRht points of the winners. Salem, j however.'! roared back ar.d soon vo- ! gained its substantial margin. Sherman, Smallwood and Romano paced the winners with 32 points among them while Gutsha.ll and Sims were the big guns for Potomac Slate with 14 and 12 points respectively. The lineups: J^mce relurum^ j-rom milil.317 /ei-vice, Je//e ^ | wan, 0} ^id^eley -Up, tta/ kdd. ^ more /ucce// wan dnj coach w \\\\s area. — \\lf foolball leant \von liieP.V.C^ -Wle In 1947, and /tared' Itie pennaK-f -fill/ /ed/o,n \vl+k Key/er.--'-fle molded 4ie bd/kelball learn \vliicli carried Weley-H^k Scliool lo ihe ckawpion/liip of'tiie'Pbtadcvdlley Conjerence in 1^7. Tde 8»!acklia\vk cajeiv, \YMO won /Gcllonala^d regional lournawienl/la/I/ea/on, lo/4 onJytorot4iffil f iwHt6 re/alar drive,---Ikn avenged Ikai /eiback by a viclory • in a return conle/l and \venl on lo \vin 15/liyi|'nl be- jore bein^ eiiwifHdkdin ike/lale JourHawen{a! MOI^K!O\VM! . Davis. ! N'o.sLor. c. Kinlcy. p. Sims. S Unniii'. I ^j/twwr wzzfx coNrr%FNCE, WLL ' THF M?- Y9 CAMPAIG-N* Je//e, abou-t 5feet *jindie/ short, di/proved /he idea ifai little fry/ cant play Jooiball- by j lairh-ff a! Shepherd College ^/// <>- FOR JEffE'J I'd. .83:1 .6G7 .1.00 •100 ...... i 1 ; SATUIIDAV Altooillt nL PiUsbtlrKli The C'JinberlniKl Dukes strer.Rtli- ...led Llieli' liokl on sucoiicl |3l:ice In l.he All-Amcii-lCiin Bn.skcllinll Lensuo by rallyinK lo turn l)iick W«sh- (Pn.i l.-ist nislit in i,hu Penn. .sylvania city. The score was 71 to G7. "in gaining their first victory | away from home in two seasons of :eague play which dumped Washington into :he basement, the Dukes cleared the decks for their important game Sunday night asainst the Butler (Pa. i Cubs at the SS. Peter and Paul School gym. The Cubs handed the local one ol their two setbacks last, Saturday night at Butler and the Dukes of Coach "Red" Klotz are eager to atone for that defeat. Cumberland trailed at the fir.v two periods in last night's grime, but roared back, in the final stanza with' a 20-po:nt rally to sew up the decision. Bob Pence broke a 51-51 dead- TO PLAY HERE—Forward Nati Apple, who captained the University of Pittsburgh basketball team two seasons ago, will be seen in action Sor the Bu'lcr Cubs when they nieet the Cumberland Dukes in an All-American League game Sunday night at the SS. Peter and Paul School gym. Apple is the speed merchant of the Butler team and Is an excellent playmaker.' for 32 fielders, outsconnir. the home (1-0 ii-10 11-0 0-11 nik as the four* quarter started | team by four. Pence and Klorz "ibv cur.tins the cords on s. layupjwere the big guns in the Cumber- '-i-i'fier taking an assist from Kiolzhanci attack, each caging 13 points, eland after thai the Duk'tf were j while Paul Oberhaus ana Lou Bell i) I never headed. However, it was a! tallied 12 and ten points, respectively. ; Reese and Blalie were Washing- TOTALS n Morn.-., (. Patrick, p;iriic!Ki. TOTALS Scon by punods: POTOMAC STATE . . Of. r icial,^—OJT.IC and fl'nip-and-tuck bnttle riuiu liown 1n - l.he wire, with the final foi;r-pohi!. ,in beiiis Hie biggest l-.-ad joyed by the Dukes. The Dukes pounocd Ihe hoops! — i mar 48 ton's best, the former tallying 39 markers and Blake 17. The lineups: 6-13 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-2 n-n n-i jijViadiict 15 11 Captures 2|Shufflcboard Loop Win 3. In the National Shuffieboard Lea- "•Siic of AJlcgany County last night ,jjj Viaduct Inn defeated Stadium Inn, 69 ; Twigg paced the winners with 28 1 points while Day was high for the ^-^i losers with 25. I fence, L .. ICcat/.. ! j Clovcngci*. Obcrhflm.s. .. K10T.Z. f Johnson, K Bi'il. B Day, B TOTALS -*»'. The Amvets' swept three 'from ti-.e V. F. W. team. Castlemnn " lied the Vets with 16 points while College is the sec- JBazzell priced thc'Amvcts with 27. Michigan State .— oud team in history to win both, the] Ray Middleton and Grscey each OHO Lti3.llt II i jjiotuj j -u \\ ii i -ju L,J. uiii- ] j nij I*AJUw^i'W** t...« — .. IC4A ar.d the NCAA cross-country'.tallied 24 points -or the Century A championships in the same year. C. of Frostburg in their 3-0 victory Tthode "sland State turned the trick over the Goodl'ellowship Club. Campbell led the losers with 21 markers. 1941. 1 (1") Sharp, f ........ ... Farmer, c BooHi, B ---- •. Blake, K Emery, f Slavs, c Benyftk, g TOTALS Score by. periods: V 1-1- o-o . 0-0 0-1 1-3 1-1 0-0 13 t 4 12 4 13 f 10 0 F PF Pt« 4-7 1-4 0-2 0-0 1-5 1-1 1-1 0-0 ..28 11-21 30 . CUMBERLAND WASHINGTON' 31 51 36 .SI ;e—£orello and Miller. JS 6 10 0 17' 1 11 «7 Nt . TOTALS ....'. Non-scorlnc sul »rd, Prouclloot. ' O'Tonlr. [ nlchnrds. 1 McGrrcor. Andrews, 14 IS l' 1-1 1-1 1-3 n-o o-o 1-1 4-r, Parsons. 31 ' ,,'Ten Church Loop 51 Games Scheduled Ruppenkamp, B .. .. 1 0-2 Jncl: Jooej 0 TOTALS',..•:.'.:'-....13 Score by periods: B?O ELKS ^. I.....'.. 4 - MAPLES1DE ...-...'.•. 13 2! Officials—Muller," Mclnlvre. STANDING 01' 'J'lli: Tli.lMS United Ertihrtn St. Luke's First Methodist . Zion Grace Bnpt'.H Orate Mrthotllsl St. John's Ciilvnr.v . , v .. . .. Ctnirc Street Km^slcy Trinity Central MutlioriuiL Wiley Ford Living Stone .......... St. Paul's .............. 0 P.owlini: Orcen ........ " First Bnptlst .......... 0 0 I'cl. l.OUO .750 ."5P .750 .750 .7SO Mooreficlcl Moose Bag Fifth Cage Victory MOOREPIELD,. W. Va. — The Moorefield ~.~Moose captured their fifth basketball victory in six starts here last night when they defeated the Keyser Merchants, 64,42. Bob 'Killer .and John Seymour paced the local's attack with 15 and 14 points respectively while Shaffer tallied 19 for the Merchants. The lineups: Moortileld .Moose C Ours, '. ............... 2 Valton, J .............. 3 Keller, c .............. 7 JIarrood. E ....... '..... 4 Smith, c ...-: .......... 4 HoomsbuE, sub -.',".' ..... ' Seymour, sub- .......... f Compton, sub ....... .-...-I •\V. Hotl, sub','.. ....... .1 TOTALS .".-..... .."..29 Non-scoring . subs— Pnul. I 7 1-4 0-0 1-= 2-3 0-0 0-0 Kr.Virr Merchants Homer. I_ ..".., Johnson,"' . .^ Shaiter. e .T..v.. A»uw. t ..•.;•.:•;•',, Boyee. c •Wayton, yub Hertly, sub F 1-1 1-4 1-7 . .51)0 .250 .250 .350 .oon .ooc .oon . ,000 Tn the Central YMCA Sunday School Basketball League, United Brethren :s the only team that remains undefeated, havins won its first four starts. Nine teams are tied for second place with records of three wins and one setback. Th-e games are scheduled tomorrow, four at the State Armory and six on'the Y.M.C.A.-court. In the opening- contests, of the fifth round, Grace Baptist will clash 'with' St. Mark's at the Armory and Central Methodist will meet First Methodist at the "Y". Both games will set under way at noon. Tomorrow's schedule: AT AIOIOHV 12:00—Grace Bap' v.s St. M:tyl:'a 13:55—Klncsluy vs St. Paul's 1:50—Centre.Street vs Living Stone ::-!5—St. Lulie's vs Calvary AT Y. Ji. c. A. 12:00— Central Methodist vs First Mcth. 13:55—Wiley Ford vs United Bre-.lircn 1 : so— Presbyterian vs Zion Reformed •J:45—St. John's vs Trinity D:40 First Baptist vs Bowline Green 4:35 Episcopal vs Grace Methodist TOTALS ,Y:..". 16 1 Non-storms subs—O.-ayson. Scorf by periods:.,. MOOP.EFIELD .-.'. r.:-' 14 2S KSVSER '. 13 21 Re.'erff— Ilalterman. Gar Wood Gels Cliancc A I. Mannswoi'lliy Tr<»i)liy NEW YORK — (.'I') — G:u- Wood, who used U> win it rcgtiltti'ly, r.iay get another chance at the famous Hna-msworthy Trophy. The trophy, prize of Internationa! Speed Boat competition, will be at stttke for the first time since 1933 next Summer. Canada has filed n challenge asalnst the United Suite, 1 -;. The American Power Boat AKSociatioJi said it had been asked to hold open the weekend of July 29-Aug. 1 for the race. The Yachtsmen's Association of .America is the ruling body pt I Haimsworth events which besan in J1D03. In the past Great Britain and (the United States have been the I main contestants. Recent action by j the Royal Motor Yacht Club permits j independent challenges by other parts of the British Empire. The YAA has awarded one of three team spots to Gar Wood, who won the last race. Army was the only eleven amor.s Johnny Holoia of thn Cleveland the 3G in i.he Eastern Intcrcor.cciate , Barons of the Arncriciiii Hockey .rootbal! Association nm. l.o lose n.'LiinuiH; works us a. and Kiiiiii: diil'int; \WK. Army wax tied :i|)|>lliilicc .s:i!i:siii!i.n dill'iliK tin: o!T- by Navy, ^1-21. -...i- Cleveland jMan Leads Field In Bowling Even I CHICAGO — (.-Pi — Steve - ..„_. Cleveland, Obio, veteran, led.a field of 16 finalists today into the second 16-game round of the G4-gamc finals of the national all-star individual bowling championship tournament. „.) ':* ••'•* Nasy amassed 79.19 points under the Petercen point system in the flrst 16 games yesterday. The system awards one- point -for each 50 pins, one for each game won, half ». point for tie games and one point II the loser of a scries out-totals his opponent. Napy ousted Connie fcchwocRlcr, Madison. Wis., former Champion and early pace-setter, by winning ten and losing six games and knocking down 3,169 pins. Bralton Gets Another Crack Alike Williams PHILADELPHIA —(l\'s— Johnny | Bratton, Chicago, is going to gcti another craclc"alike Williams—bull it'll be a non-title affair. ; The lightweight king and Bratton •were signed yesterday for a ten- round over-the-weight affair nt the Arena January IV. They met three years ano at New Orleans with Williams taking? the'-decision. 2n their most recent outings here, Bi-atton battlccl Bobby Lee to n. draw and Williams knocked out Buddy Garcia>in one round. Hicknian Slarls Pulling Team In Shape ForTill MIAMI, Fla.— (!?} — Big Herman Hickman, Yale University's head football coach, arrives today to start putting his 25-man all star football team in. shape for the North-South Shrine' charity game In the Orange Bowl Christmas Night. His 'team. will oppose a 25-man sciuad'made up of the South's Collegiate football stars and coached by'Andy Gusta'son of the University of Miami. PROFESSIONAL St. Louis 85. Bnliimore 82 (BAA1 Fort Wnvn* 1 7C. 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