Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 21, 1948 · Page 23
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l'honc,.4GOO for n WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES; CUMBERLAND, SID..- TUESDAY, . 21, Ridgelev High Floormen Meet Alumni Quint .,,.:, ^^ »/ Cx ... , - . Former Stars ToSeeAction For Grad Five Blackhavks Go After Secpn'eLStraighl Win ; Other Games Carded Coacrr-'Jessc -Riggleman's RJdge- ley Hfgli'pSlackhawks will be seeking ihdr second "straight basketball Vic-: tory -tonight 'when they play .host to .their Alumni quint at 8 o'clock on the Bidgele'y '-court. ', - :. The',,,,Blackhawks opened their season-with a 'ti<-convin,cinE 54-34 -win over Beall'.VHigh - of Frostburg last Friday, night* ;at Eidgeley and are slight-Slayorites- . tonight, against a f ormi'da'bre'iteam, .the Alumni pass-; ers boasting^an outfit ot stars. . •• -Pessimistic ' .. Rigg3ernar£*','Is '. 'pessimistic about his team's-chances. " M y .-boj' 5 wil1 be lucky if thejMan even hold down the -score" hs'.r'declared -today. He pointed out that, the only .'advantage a high 'school'team has; in beating its Alumni is-;that>they are in better -shaper'.'bitt'.-tonight'. .will be a differenf--stbryr'because our Alumni will consWS;.6l.'- players from' "the Ridgelcy* American- Legion- -team of the YMCA";Setilor League and boys who •have'* been -.- playing -college sports".'- .,'.'•:•. "•.-.', Last- reariBidgcley defeated the Grad/'irUthei'second game of. the season by^tSiCscore of 58-35. padBelcy'.v Alumni team.: will average over,,sik'"fee't and- will, .boast scverar-:specd~-,rncrchants. •,' , ; ' ' ', Bill Brehaii'y..wh'o is now starring on VAEH'sil^freshman.' .basketball team, is to- arrive -tor his 'Christmas Tacation','in;',vUrrie,'', to play . .tonight. Bill TTOS -Ih^t'istrhig .quarterback on. the VMliErjosh, eleven this past season and^wllj' start at guard tonight. . : .«.w.">V'- Another ;-sbu;ter- for the former high school! -stars will be "Ace" Comer "who Jlslnow playing for the Great Lakes^Naval station team. "Ace" is homeVon- a ten-day .-leave. Other .members of the Alumni team who iWill ' see action are Joe Moss, now","Vat, ' Maryland; Bill Thomas, - Clarence Hartman, . Bob Stangle, Jim. .Phillips, Howard Day, .Kenny Carter,; and. "Bud" Phillips.. Kid£<dey^lineup. Same Eidgeley'silslartine lineup will be the same ^"'as^ 'against • Beall— Roy Comer and-Dpn -Loy at guards, Paul Lindsay, atjccnter, .Dick Dorsey and Paul Pisher-;jvli!Jorwards, . ., Oflicialsvfbr the contest wiU be Eddie ' Diehtian'd "Bee". Omdorff. Ridgelcj"!; Junior -varslly will piny n preliminary., game at 7 o'clock. Other" frarnes"'schcduled lor tonight incluc|e,;.two Potomac .Valley Conferen.c<i.i;^Uts.' Thomas JHlgh School meets 'Petersburg, at'. Petersburg and:' 'circleville -plays host to •Elk Garden'.. 'Port -Ashby plays' at Barton/ 'ttrra Alta at Oakland, Strasburg (Va.) !at Moorefleld, Coalton at Parsons, Qrantsville at Central, Alumni at Keyser and Paw Paw 'at Hedgcsyille. • . Tomorrow ; -night Romney High School ' will""rn'eet Its Alumni , and Thursday' night. Davis will close 1 the ' 1948 campaign by playing host to its Alumnili. ." Sisler,For : ,Salc, Bui Trades PB1LADELPHL4, Dec'. 18. (/P)— Pkst ' baseman Did: Sisler of the Philadelphia--Phillies is for sale .at a price *but;- Presld.ent Robert R. M.' Carpenter would rather trade, him for sqme,.players. , Carpenter said yesterday he had turneaj-down' a" "considerable sum" of money offered by Branch Rickey, president -and . .general manager, -of the Brooklyn^ Dodgers, for the first sacker. • •?-' ••;•- - - ' ' The. .Phillies 1 - •'-.'head 1 man' said he had put a ,.$100,000 price tag on Sisler but was not>anxious to sell. "I want"'' players in return, and as soon as thcy-offer men I think will' strengthen.', the',.- Phillies I will talk business." :' :••.•;•• BASKETBALL RESULTS . COLLEGIATE West. Virglnin 01.. Arizona 58. Lons Island 7-1. Georgia Tech 60 Cornell 50, Michigan State-45 Illinois 89, DoPaul 51' Morris Harvey 08, Washlncton-Lc« CT Maryland State Col. 57, Morpnn State 3a Xavlcr 72,: V.'estern Ontario 3+ Tcnncsstc 74, Tampa 50 Notre Dpme 55, Perm 42 Virginia 67, George.Washington 53- Vanderbllt 57, David Lipsconb' 37 Marqucttc 56. Snn Dleco. M , Akron 63. Albloa 34 .... Duquesne 55; Nebraska 49 Seton Hall (N, J.i 55, .U.. of, Dayton 47 Minnesota 47. Navy. 40 . Missouri 52, So.,MeLhodlst-'tl New York TJ. 83, GeorRla 72- Stanford 53. .Michigan 51..- Brcdlcy U. 82. Texas Christian 57 • William and Mary 52, Sldcr 37 St. Bonaventure 48, Ohio Wcslcyan 41. Bloomsburc -Tchrs 68,, Wlll:es-Barre 37 Louisville S2, Eir.porlo. State 60 • .' Loyola (La.) 42, .Toledo 41 Kent State (0)' 72,, Adrian 41 Maryland Statc-.Collegi! 57, Morgan State 35 - - ' ' Davis, and'Elklns. 74, TJnion fKy.) 49 Loyola Univ. of 'South 43, Spring Hill 34 St. Mary"« .74.. 1'alc .65 ,. North Carolina. Stain 49, Nevada'48 Legion and Elks Cop'Y'Victories League Leaders Win Seventh In a Row 'The Fort 1 Cumberland American' Legion basketball team- extended" its winning streak to seven games in the Central YMCA Senior Men's League last' night by stopping', the B&O. Backshops . rive on the "Y" court by the, score of 28 to 20. _ Otis and'-Ronnie Sterne paced the league leaders' attack with :8 points between Clem • while Mil Dean topped the losers' efforts with seven. . The B. P. ,O,'Elks quint copped its second victory in - seven starts and pulled out of last place in the nine-team circuit with a 42-31 triumph over Schramm's'Cresap Park Grocery. • ' ' • Pete Lear heralded the Elks basket, bombing'with 16 tallies on eight field goals. Oberlin. Chaney topped the Grocers with .13 markers. Maplesjide Merchants eked, out-'a 25-23 decision over Naval' Reserve, in the tliii-d loop contest last night. Bill Andrews was high scorer for the Merchants with 12. points. The lineups: Cumb. Lejrlou, G ' Hilleary, t 3 B. Sterne, 1 ,. 5 price, c ...-.- .-,-. 0 Twice. B 'I B. Sterne, s 4 McGann, sub 0 Totals, 13' Non-scorluR sub—^Cox. B, &' O,'. Baclcshop G Sherman, f .;....-. 0, M. Dean,- I ,..'..-.....•.. 2 Cage, c ..: ; 2 . Wagner, g ,,. 1' rrye. E Collins, sub 0 MflKem, sub 0 r 1-1 o-i 1-3 0-1' 0-2 0-1 •F ' 0-0 3-4 1-4 1-3 ' 0-0 •o-i 1-1 -. 6-13 PII. 7 .10 . 1 ris. o 5 3 4 0 1 Totals ............... T Non-ucorlntf sub — B. Dean. Scoro by. periods: CUMU. L'EOION ..: ........ 3 n i). <t. o. HACKS! i OP ........ 4 11 Referee— Tivliig n.nd Mclnlyrc. 21 28 is :o II. f. O. Elk.i G Lear, t B Spangler. I 0 Chapman, c 3 Wilkinson, it ,. '....3 Kreltzburff, y ..'.....,,.-.' Van Parsons, sub .'.,.,., 1 V 0-0 0-1 4-6 . • .3-4 - i 1-1." 0-D. S-12 Total« ,.,....-..; 17 Non*scorlng. sub—Robinson. Crcsap Turk . G' T\ Chancy. I ......" c ,.1-3 Thompson, I 1 0-0 Ware, c 3 0-1 E. Hotinshcll. g .: 0 • 3-3 Schramm, R ....'..:... 2 1-1 MeKcnzIc, sub 0- 2-2 r\s. 10 •o :o •3 . -5 42 Pis. 13 2 .. 6 3 5 2 Totals 12. 7-10. 31 v Non.scorinff sub*—D. JiounsJieJ],-.-CeclJ. Score bj- periods: B. P. O. ELKS It 2.1 !U 1! SCHRAMM'S C. P. G fl IS "25 31 Referees—TwlBs and Mclntyre. . • .VAVAI. i ESERVE C Shacflcr. f -, 3 Flanagan, f '... 0 Dave Smith, c 3' Cloonan, g • 0' Moody, g 2 Connally, sub , 1 Snydcr, sub. 1 0 Arbogast, sub 0 Totals ......•!>• Non-scoring ..subs — Koch, Smith. ' . ' Maplniide Mer. . 'G O'Too'.t. 1 2 Richards, i 0 McGregor, c ;.,.2 , Andrews, g- 5 Ruppenkamp, g 0 Brown, sub o Totals' 0 7-14 Non-scoring «ul>»—Jones, Squires. • Scoro by periods: • , NAVAL RES. 5. 5 MAPLESIDE MER. 5 .12 Referees—Koby and Mclntyre. o-o o-i , 1-2 0-0 ' • 1-2 0-1 . 1-1 ' 5-0 Mctz, T 1-2 0-0 2-3 i 2-3 0-4 ' 23 1 Don' Pis. .. 5 0 •• 6 12 0 King, LaStarza Gome To Fore In Fight Game - ' .. * ^ Promising Group Of Punchers Make Fight Future Look Bright •By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK—(/?}—Arthur King , . . Roland La Starza . . . Mark these names' down.' You're going to hear, plenty^ about them in the next year: • '•-. ' • • ' '.;.-.-' ' 'Remember too, , Percy Bassett, Jimmy , Flood, . Maxie Dpcusen,' Eugene Hairstrori and. Joey De John. . They are : all young boxers, battlers who are-,expected to move to the-top within the'near future. Some of them already are'well on" their way to-the big tinie. King is.a lightweight streak with a ra-ta-ta left hand and amazing poise for a 'newcomer..Lil Arthur is 22..years old. and' from Toronto. In, two .'fights in "New'York'he'had the. experts blinking with his dazzling footwork and speedy hands. He 'already holds •.the * British, Empire lightweight championship. ,. .. King: Counter Puncher .'Dumb-Dan Morgan, the "76-year- old ex-fight manager, .spoke about Lll Arthur yesterday^ . 'iKlng'is a position to counter. ;He 'can catch or block punches with-his hands and then shoot.'over his own punches iii almost the same .moment," Dan enthused. "You saw how fast he is, too. He's going a champ... . "Now that La Starza has got everything a heavyweight needs," Dan continued without urging. "He's built pretty solid. at his' 180 pounds and he doesn't have to be any bigger to handle the heavies around today .'He's a terrific counter punch- er.and if his opponent ; doesn't lead, La:Starza feints and forces a lead. He's got; a corking right hand punch." v • . • La'Starza, a 21-year-old ex-sol- dier.from the Bronx, is unbeaten in 28 fights. He started fighting professionally, in 1947 and it took his lls);'light to. bend the'experts his way. Other Fichtere Named One by one names of other fighters were dropped into contention, Lew Burston, the 20th Century Sporting club's foreign representative, supplying the. information on the foreign threats.' •Names to watch: Featherweights —'Percy Bassett, Philadelphia; Joey Velez, Spokane; Gaeto Annaloro. Italy. Lightweight—Xing, Billy Murphy, New York; Del Flanagan. St. Paul; Ernie Hunick, Salt Lake City; Maxlc Docuscn, New Orleans'; Fritzle Pnt- dcn, St. Catherines. Out.. Welterweights •— Vincc Foster, Omaha; Don Lee, Ealson, Neb.; Johnny Kaufman, Rochester, N. Y.;. Frankie Fernandez, Honolulu; Eugene Hairston, New York; Jean Walzack, France; Al (Bozo) Costantino, New'York. . Middleweights—Jimmy Flood, New York; Jimmy Herring, Brooklyn; Lee Sala, Donora, Pa.; Rocky Castellani, Luzerne, pa.; Joey De John, Syracuse, N. Y.;':Robert,..ymemain, .France;'. Cyrille Lelannoit, Belgium;Luc' Van 'Dam,.Holland.; Joey Bin- done, Boston George Small, Brooklyn,' Joey Taylor, Binghamton, N.Y. • • Llghtheavywelghts—Johnny Bassett, Philadelphia; Harold Johnson, Philadelphia; Gcorgle Kaplan, Brooklyn. • ' . 'Eevyweights—La Starza; Bernie Reynolds; .the reformed Falrfield, Conn., playboy, 'In for a second chance; and Maynard Jones; New .York.. '. . ' . iMETRO CLOTHESi SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS —VALUES 1—SALESMEN —TAILORS OPEN 'TIL 9 P, M. EVERY NITE 'TIL XMAS Men's All Wool SUITS Every Suit Worth S10.00. Gabardines Worsteds, Screes. Other Suits 521,50. MEN'S ALL .WOOL TOP COATS 3 KnlU ' • Govern' • Fleeces • CabHnlliies MEN'S FALL HATS All Shades Rep. 4.95 METRO—i CLOTHES SPORTS ROUNDUP Kdso's Team Takes First In Ladies League By Hugh Fullerton, Jr. PHILADELPHIA—(/P)—The combination of a. "world" championship anc! the pro football; war probably v.T.l leave Alexis 'Thompson as owner' of the''Philadelphia Eagles for at least.-'.'a'. ; little ..while •.longer. . ... But it still'' could be. that the. sale of the newly-crowned champions' into "home", ownership will come, up ' before the' end .of the meeting • tryit .'started "yesterday. .•': Lex. hasri't• exactly "endeared himself to' has fellow owners by Kioai'ing about his team's 'financial losses, nor to the P,riiladelphia fans by N staying in New York and paying comparatively:'little attention to the team. ... Two. Philadelphia groups have made offers for the club and Thompson ,was just about ready to accept one . $250,000 bid early this fall. .-". . One official, who didn't want, his name ; mentioned, pointed out that Thompson, like many •other wealthy men, might be short of liquid assets, especially after losing a lot' of dough; on football and midget auto • racing. . . - "What worries me," this gent added,, "is that winning the championship may make'him raise his price." . . . That: could be, too.' The'title ought to be worth something. What. Kind-of'Head The Pliillles are very high on 'yVHlle "Puddlnhead" Jones, a your.g iniielder who'll come up for- another trial next Spring.' . . . And Man-1 ager Eddie Sawyer Is said to be-j lieve not only that Puddinhead'willj stick but that he will become thej National' (bascbaH. this tlme)| League's best third baseman since: Pie Traynor.'. . . As.'a sample of Jones' aggressiveness,, Eddie tells about the • time Willie was beaned In Toronto last. Summer. Sawyer figured on giving him a rest, but when "Willie saw his name wasn't in'the lineup'he protested: "If I'm not in there,' they'll think I'm scared or something." ... So he went in, made about four hits that day and kept going like a house afire the rest of the season. Broad Street Bender It's hard to tell vhether'the most 'uncomfortable' folks around this town Sunday were the carefree fans .who rolled in the -snow on the field after the Eagles licked the Cardinals or the speculators who were giving away tickets they had hoped to sell at high prices. ... At least it wasn't 'as cold as it was at Cleveland in . the celebrated 194 National .League .playoff. . . . One reason why National League club owners profess lo be so confident that 'the football "war" will be settled by their absorbing tho Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49'ers.Js that those big losses aren't deductable on income tax returns for -more than four years. '- Ear To The Ground What's "this story that Notre Dame's taskctballers are burned up because they think Moose Krause is devoting more time to his assistant .Athletic' Director's, job . than .to coaching? ... . Arid there's anothe'- that- some Indiana tr. alumni are plumping for Ray Nolting to replace Clyde Smith. .' .^. Boston. IT. feels that its getting a "freeze" from other New England Colleges. . . And that long, sold New England Winter hardly has started. First Division . Phillies The Phillies, .aimtaff for a first division spot In 'the National League next, summer and a. shot-at the LADIES-BOWLING LEAGUE STANDINGS OF. THE TEAMS Vt'. I_ Tct Kelso Diamond Silver Lanes ... Liberty IJUKS ... Clarr Club Club Recreft'.ior. ,, SS. Peter & P»u! Savoy Wonder Bar Keetrnn's ...-.,... Cadillac •'... 1215- 15 15 20 23 26 pennant within a couple of years, are .very happy about then-, assp'rted-1 trades with the- Cubs. . . "We got j about- '12. years edge in age among the players traded, if nothing else," one Phils official .commented . . . They're also, expecting to get. a! lot of -.service out. of Russ Meyer,: who didn't do much pitching for i Chicago after mid-season, when the deal that eventually sent him here actually was made . . . They Hgurc he^ will fit - right into a young pitching' staff with such lads as Robin Roberts and Curt. Simmons i • . - , ,, and their catching- likely will | Kelso's maintained • its three- loot -better with Dutch Leonard i game lead, in • the tight race m gone Dutch's ilu'oterball was so j the Ladies City Bowling League in erratic, they claim, that he couldn't! games rolled Sunday wi.h a 3-0 cut loose with'his -best pitch in a! victory over the Liberty Lanes clutch'There-was too big a chance!while second-place -Silver Lanes that it would get away from the!were winning three games from • " | Keegan's. i . Diamond,- deadlocked with the Silver 'Laners in second just three .733 .GGG. .MG .014 .555 .523 .4»3 .428 .422 .400 ' ,311 .155 British Pugilist Seeks Polio Cure SPOKANE. Wash., Dec. 18 (.T).— A young British boxer, his left leg crippled by polio, stepped off a plane' In Spokane yesterday -to' be greeted by' another young boxer who fought his battle with polio nnd, won. Danny Sewell. 18-y'ear-old London boy,' shook hands with- Joe Velez of Spokane and smiled as-he heard how Velez had climbed to the top of the Pacific Northwest 1'g'flt- weight ranks despite a' \vithered. left leu. •• Strieker, last year by the, disease on -the eve of a fight at London's Harringay Arena. Sewell hopes that a three-month rest in Spokane' will let him-throw away the- cane'he ,„„,„ now carries. He-will live during his!reatcd- Pittsburgh. 21-0, m piayi stay here with another Londoner|«^;«""<>!<>".««« <" .^«io«i.i end friend of many years. Joseph THREE -YEARS 'AGO—John Cadwell now a'resident Of Spokane.! wartime coach-at .Tennessee, signed "Sve- Seweli said the polio attack inter- I J™ contract as^ootball coach-»t *r*^T rupted. a^ record., that included 37 j JTVE YEARS AOO—TUC New "York BSei. knockouts in 41 amateur and profes- -bail Yankees wore voted'- No. i sional fights. He wan., the other Training Exercises When the Detroit Lions staged an • end-of-the t season party the other night (and were-.they glad to get'.it over) they had 'a Drawing among'.those -present for a'brand new 'automobile Tackle Paul Eriggs held'- the lucky ticket and bounded up with a whoop when it was . drawn. .. . Assistant Coach Timmy Temcrario watched- the performance and commented dryly: "It Paul would get off the bench as fast as he got out of that chair, he'd be the best tackle in. the league." ' ' , . lins also is reported planning to .replace Clipper Smith as ,Yanks coach; Seems the Clipper got clipped too often. 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Mary Halm spilled 432 maples for Diamond's and .Helen Andcrsor knocked over 445 for Wonder Bar Elsie McKee's 404 was high for Roxy while- Leona ITahze •had a 411 set for Cadillac. Margaret Neel collected 423 pins for Savoy as Cora Hardln headed the Club's .attack Philadelphia. Scrapple with 413. One reason'why -the Eagles han- Previous u> Sunday's matche died the ball so cleanly in Sunday's Kelso's defeated Roxy in a three- snowbound pro football playoff .was! Bf me postponed match to take o^er that Quarterback Tommy Thomp-j pst place and diop the son used one of those chemical] team from- a.first place . warming pads on'his hands and ^1^°^ lod the KeU ° tC Elizabeth. Rboe paced the Roxy team with a 423. set In the playoff. ball JacMyerswhoayed ' UCLA, saw snow' for , .The .'league will hoid an impoi . poriS^VsayrTurk- Edwards, The | Sammy DeLuca, league .secretary, Redskins coach, will be promoted stated today, to -a job as vice president and a new coach will be hired. Ted Coi- Only four times during the 1948 season did Stan Musial, St. -Louis Cardinal slugging star who led 1 the majors in hitting,- go two games or more without a hit. • For a Merrier, Safer Christmas ^f; ^3^*"*-' KELLY KNOBBY RECAPS Grade "A'" Rubber together with finest workmanship makes these Knobby Recaps the finest winter tread you can buy. KELLY KNOBBY Only... RECAP Drive in TODAY for a Battery Check; Don't wait until it'» too lot*. Distilled water must b* added lo your battery rtgularly or quick damage result*. Our checking service, will, protscl you torn cudd«n battery, failure — keep your- battery wide-awake ior (juiclo dependable moior start- • ing. Wo lorvice all raako» of bat. tone*. Quick charging «rvic« il, required. 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