Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 21, 1948 · Page 24
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TWENTY-FOUR EVENING TIMES.. CUiaBJ?Rr,AND. TUBS DAY. Photic 4(500 for a WANT-AD Taicer' Pacific Coast Gets Revenge Against Big 9 Cage Teams Defeat Western Conference; Alone Grid Losses NEW YORK—{/?)—The Biff Mine kicked the Pacific Coast Conference boys around a bit during the post, football season, but it looks like a different story ia basketball. Stanford,, top favorite for . the Pacific Const southern division cage title, took on Michigan, the defending Western Conference champion, in Snn Francisco last night. The winner was Stanford, 53-51. It was the seventh straight victory for the' Indians and the first defeat to five starts for the Wolverines, who the past fall had v/hat was voted the best football team :n the land. • -. ;The meeting of conference giants featured n full schedule of inter- spctlonal games. • North' Carolina State, the big •^heel of the Southern Conference, lor instance, 'took a trip all the •stay out to Reno, Nov.. only to learn the Nevadans have a. case combine comparable to their classy. football ream of the past season. iln a nip-and-tuck game, Larger This Fall) • Far West Exception NEW YORK'— '«?).— Led by the iouthwest's whopping 25 pcrccnt-in- :reasc, college football crowds were argcr almost everywhere tliis fall. An Associated Press survey of 89 jchools today showed the Far West .i.s the only exception to the upward trend. .- • Nationally the increase in average ittendance was- '4.3 p* cc?r.t over 1947. The'89 schools played 451 home ;amcs before gatherings totalling 12.44G.754. Last year 11,719,988 saw 443 home games. North Carolina State won, 4D-48. 'A jump shot by. Warren Cartier 'from the foul line .with two minutes to. go furnished the winning margin: j Two' southern quintets — Georgia aiici Georgia Tech—invaded Mndi- son 'Square Garden to take a licking from a pair of New York teams. New 'York University had to overcome an U-polnt deficit to bcai v Gcorgia, 83-72. Long Island. TJni- , . Versity topped Tech, 74-60. . .'The classy Oklahoma Aggies . tibunced Baylor, 56-40. and -Missouri •v^qn over Southern Methodist, fig- •ured' to 'be one -of the top teams in t^e section,. 52-41. i. William and Mary is-on Its ^eighth straight of the season' with a 52-37 triumph over Rider College. V.'cst Virginia- won No. 5 by. -.drubbing Arizona, -61-58. The Mountaineers have lost but one game.. •Illinois won its fifth game and avenged .Its only setback oy overwhelming .Depaul of Chicago,. 89-51. Bill Erlckson scored .21 points, and dike Sddleman 20 for the Illlni. . , Tsradley University kept its record unsullied with an 82-57 verdict ovei Texas Christian. It was the sixth straight 'for the Braves. itraight for the Braves ModSe Plays Tonight • In other intersectional games St. ^ J OI . M = ose Mary's Gaels downed Yale, 74-69 in San Francisco: Notre Dame won iu 15th game from Pennsylvania 55-42; Duquesne thumped" Nebraska 55-49, and Minnesota won over N»vy, 47-40. m.. Michigan State .football center -also is the Grid Croivds Much p ro - Grid Wa: As. : ;; Confab .Fails'' r Bolh Leagues Reject . Proposals 0:£ Change In Prcscnl. Sol up ' '. " By .JIAL'PII BERNSTEJN ' • PHILADELPHIA — (f?) — The pro football war . continued today wilb the'National Football League' insisting on Its own terms and the All- America Conference rejecting peace I at any .price. the average was 2C.4 The Midwest, as usual, had the biggest crowds, both -average and total. The 105 Midwestern games drew 3.G89.G33 f-ans,. a breakdown of 35,135 per game. The Southwest with 32,329 was next as far as averages were concerned, followed 'by'-the East with 26,273, Far West wiHi 25,028 and South'.with 23,008. Pennsylvania,-which 'played' seven home .games, had the highest total attendance- — 469,000.. -Michigan; which-attraced 508,057-to"flve home dates, had the best average. .The biggest crowd of .the year sat in-on the Army-Navy classic at Philadelphia. These 102,581 persons counted on Navy's home attendance since the Middies were hosts to the game.'. Harness Racing Figiu-es Increase . CHICAGO, Dec. 18—OT—Harness racing at the: nation's. Pavi-Mutuel- plants in ten states this'year''at- tracted 6,530,417 fans'-who'wagered $193,781,300,. an attendance increase of 64 per cent over 1947 and.^.."betting increase'' of-41 per cent' over the previous', year. Harlem Globetrotters Meet S'Jlere : Siinday~:D£C. 26- -. ;••:,'•.'•': .-.-,.,.'. , ... .. */'.., NFL Draft Confab To Begin Today PHILADELPHIA—W- — National An average game this fall drewj' After'12 hours ot what was de- 27,598 paying customers. Last year j scrll;tf d as harmonious and friendly »,„ „,.„,.*„.» ,,-n« orisr 'riiscvssion yesterday, it was disclosed that all the NFL. wanted \vas_ the AAC's two best teams: '• •'•;. . Arthur. (Mickey) McBride, ..owner of "ll:e AAC champion Cleveland I Browns-stalking straight .from-the shoulder—said.'.'the:. NFL.. offered -to; tak-e. his '.franchise and the ..San- Francisco; Ebrty-Niners- into .a' '12- marl league. ' -,',"•-- .' . •..'.-.'-''-' "The^Harlcm Globetrotters, basket•:all'.s No. i traveling cage tea'm'. will e the next opponer.t for the Cu;n- ida'.id DuL-2s when the famous .o;jya aggregation brings its dazzllnj .a.y and superb comedy acts to £S. cibr rmcl P;.uil'-(,",vm Suntiny, 'Doc. j..- The content Is slated i.o n ut '.nder way 1 at; 9-p. ;n. This is .'thf^.-'Sand edition ot the .vor.dcr'unit', that, has made basket- jail history/and' it .will appear here n cohjuhcti'oR-'with the personal ap- icarance 'of the sensational Jesse Owens, American Olympic . champion aixl Doug Cortlancl and Harry Cook, world famous table tennis Cirdeville Cuger* Defeat. Petersburg CIRCLEVILLE. 'W. Va.—CirclC- ville HiRh School defeated Pctcrs- . AAC Has ideas Hold Great Record • ; Owner-coach A. M. Saper'stein o: Chicago has again assembled nn £,'•_ aggregation of star-studded, players, ' "' Whose playing ability, speed, shoot- •ing,, -lightning passing and are sensational. play- But -toe AAC rcprescntntivespiad. their own ideas of. how to. solve.'.tlic three-year 'grid war that has/.i'prced many clubs. in- both leagues; to .lose, money. ' • '.:- . . .-,'•-.- \. ' 'McBride • and Ben . llipdlieimer. owner of the 'AAC Los Angeles Doris; told reporters after last night's' im-- prcccdentcd set-together of,the.two; leagues, that they proposed two ciiv. cults composed of 14 teams. : ' The AAC group would like to 'add their San Francisco,.Cleveland. Los Angeles and Baltimore franchises to the present 10-team NFL, dividing the clubs Into seven team American and National loops. Under the AAC-plan, owners'Of the'remaining teams in their league would be given an ( opportunity to •merge-''or buy into going franchises. -Details of'how this-would be done were .riot announced. • .NFL"Commissioner Bert Bell and his' club owners would have none of . . •• The greatest record. :n basketball and one of the most astonishing in > ; 2g :&U sports has been compile!, this : p 'wonderful negro unit which racked ; |? 'A total of.' $9,164,678 was paid by this. . . , , 10. states^. to their respective . ./.Tliey werc adamant in their ce- ._!.. « _____ „• , n rrmiio-rf. -v™ 'fhp ™ n ,, rf ,„,. ^,i»,,«i»r,rf o.\H St. n TiVaii- the --.• -- ... treasuries, figures' compiled' by_ the United* States- trotting Association disclosed today. niimd. for Cleveland aid San Fran- cisco'and nothing else. "Baltimore'and Los'Angeles in the negro a. total of 3,038 victories. „ 231 defeats and one .tie since j began playing as-a,.-team in 1S2S as the Savoy Big Five.--,"' •Last season the Globetrotters won 152. lost only five and climaxed I their year by sweeping through thej Hawaii Invitational Tournament in Honolulu, setting a ne\y season's attendance record for" basketball. More than 700,000 fans sawxthem in action, surpassing their own high of 551,000 the previous year.' Approximately 20,000 persons jammed massive Chicago 'Stadium in February to See the mighty Trotters trip the Minneapolis-Lakers wi'.h George Miknll.-' 61-59, for the unofficial pro basketball -championship of the world. .. Six-Game Win .Streak The local Dukes rnme home floor ; into Sunday's title PHILADELPHIA—(J 1 )- — National b , Jrs High . : .; choo ;' s vikings', .last Football L'eag'ue coaches- gathered l- njo . h) . - on t i le ] 0ca i cour t by the score it'the Bellevue-Siratfprd Hotel to- i- Q ,- 31 _ 26 .- •-; lay for 'their- anuual-'player. draft.: . The draft was delayed 24 hours by ohe ' unprecedented peace meeting jP a bl" NFL' club owners with repre-:^ •.entntivcs of Conference ycstcrdny. Dave .Buddie and Cqnway Smith paced the attack . of ' Coach Guy 's quintet, accounting for 23 topped ", The coiiclio.i were 1n gcnernl I'sreem'ent prior • to the _10 n. m. eastern-' standard time, -opening of -.he draft-session-'that•• the crop ° Linuaa:l .. College material-available is pretty i Bcnncii. Tim Indiuiw pluy Elk Garden here tonight. The Ilniups: Clrclcvlllc l' hin '""'• /...^..v^^.r>7i; • ^' : ^;>:-^--: *-'* £ i-CS**; ^^X-ri-V.i* PiyqT'-ACErrr'Reece'- "Goose." Tatum',' lanky; vlong-armed-'and. handling icfi.'.p^thi ''basketball •teanv^^'hich.'will" up 1 pear here to meet' "trie "Cumber- •; land rmkcs'lSunxla?, Dec. 2C on ' : .the SS. Peter.rand-'Paul court. - '-. Numbers' ; |IolJ^PIticc ••' ••"-. In Rose. Bowl-iLme... . Staiiky'AViinis To Go Home For Christinas ' :' .1: ' ~ .., ' . . MOBILE,- Ala.—(#>)—Eddie Stanky is worrying more about getting home for Christmas than about his ankle. .-..-. An operation was performed Saturday" on the Boston Braves' second | ^_ _ baseman's ankle to remove two bone CIRCLEVILLE .... chips. The'- ar.kie ' was' "broker, last summer \vhen he collided w.tli Brooklyn's. Bruce Edwards; The ivTobila'bone surgeon who performed the operation said he would have a "good leg" as a result of the operation. 'Stanky .said he was hoping to get-" Christmas and that his doctor told him he probably,.would be walking again in about 11 -days.' . .'• - Tctcr. B .;..'. Lumpen, sulj : Tot.ftls 1'cii-r.slmrfi: x Grites! t Ours, c Mooma-,1, B ......... Dolly, B : Var.ce,: .sub Mlchiicl, sub. Tot.-Us ', Score by quurtc/s: PETEn-SBDUG Ecfcrcc—Boslty. i'. 1-3. 1-1 0-1 ,U-G • 0-0 . , .0-1 Bradley Takes First In Pp , MONTEBBLLO,.Cafir£-ffl>j—Jack- sou Bradley fired a consistent.last-- round 69 to wln--5ie,:fourth annual 54-hole . Montebdlo/.TDpen. Golf Tournament and its-. $500.first prize- with a total of. 205;-- jivv . Bradley. 27. .'wHorturoed-pro as •\ boy of 18 ill kong Beach. Calif., is now n self tul,()r;n(?;St., cnarlcs, ill He shot n first round 66, followed by 70 • and'tioyto 1 lesd^ nil the way in ' this 52,500 •toui'uev. Par is 2. •' • • ' ...-"" *''""'' ' : ' . Second in yesierda£'s;'linals was shared by Los Angelesi pr.os Claytoo Aldrldge and' Te&JW.oajics,; with. 208 'Next in llneii-wcire..£Il5wovtn Vines, Pftsadena.;-.Calif.,,.I/l6yd Mail-, grum and.- Smilcy^-Quick,. Los An-. geles, all wltli,210MEd,Eurgol,'Royal. Oak, Mich., 212;. Marty^rgol, Al- buQUerque,'TJ.'M.';:2l3, .'r;—'- lidgeley Legion Wins The Rldgeley American Legion basketball team staged • a -fourth period rally to .nose, out the Golden Eagles of ^Piedmont. by the; score of 36-33 Sunday in the preliminary to the Dukes-Butler game on 'the SS. Peter and Paul court.. Deer Kill. Record Set In New York ALBANY, N". Y.— (&)— The 37,275 deer'bagged during-'the 1948 New York hunting season • represents more than twice the all-time record Wheeling-Takes First WHEELING; W. .Va.—The Wheel- .ing' Blues downed" the' Washington (Pa.) Jewels last night by the, score of 76-64; to again take over -first place in "the All-American Professional Basketball League. —j AlllVClS 1 j ;-;-7. 3l) .,. ; . Cumberland - Amvets.^;basketball ic'am will,play"Eairmonf.State College Barnstormcjs.'pf Fairmont, W. •Va in the preimnarxatojthc Cumberland Dukes-Harlem, Globetrotters- game Sunday at ,7:30. : ,p, m; on tl:e i SS. Peter and Paul-court.,,, A's SELL SAVAGED .•-•»••.'•'' PHILADELPHIA;-''{pec.;'13. OT— Bob Savage, right-handed-'pitcher, v:ill do his hurling for the'St. Louis Browns, next season."The 'Pbiladel- . phia Athletics.; .yesterday sold' tnc 27-year old Jiurler--tp-the^Browns for an 'unannounced su'mVof.'cash, Six times dui-ln8--rr.e.-a948.season, Michigan. -'State:-;.e.oll«ee-.-.-Football Coach Clarence-(Biggie). Munn used every raan 'on.--his::iiencb. in .the game. New • York led with 5112,136,376 All-America .league were the par -wagered by 2,803,677 fans at the' State's six tracks. . •Illinois was • nmnerup 820,121,889 wagered, at.. _.its three tracks./- ••'• ".-•'•• ••'••-. : Other state • totals included, Maryland with $3,707,051. ' ' The Loyal Order of-Moose basket-, ball team-will play. Local 26, United Rubber Workers at 7:30 p. m. loan SS. Peter and 'Paul court. and.Herboldsheimer will of- center. on flvc. the' school's, basketball Arizona's basketball squad is shooting for its fourth stragiht Border Conference championship this ticular'bbnes of :cor.tention. Marsli'all. Colts George . .Prcstibn Marshal;, owner of-the'NTi V/ashlr.gton Redskins was rcportcd^very cold ori" admitting Baltimore—only 40 miles away from his-money making Redskins. .' "What do we want Baltimore for? We -have enough of our own headaches without adding any more," Marshall'said. • . •-' .,- .• • To. this, Uncheimer countered, "Baltimore Is the sixth ranking team in all professional football- as far as income is concerned." NFL Publicist Joseph Labrum read a formal ' point statement-'-which I season. MELLOW tle*d,d WWrtiy, 8E.8 proof - 65% nln wtnl spirits • Montiwllo DMfllnj Co., Crfarhnrst, Mi "Representativos of the National: Football League and All America Conference concluded a meeling in Philadelphia tonight -(Monday).-'-- • -Efforts -by both sides to formulate a mutually satisfactory- agreement were not consummated. ' "The committee terminated the meeting with, the .expectation, that future meetings might .provide some formula. for' a common understanding between, both. leagues."" .. -. Meanwhile, the NFL: and • AAC went ahead with their drait plans today, 24 hours behind . schedule. Tlie NFL draft session was in .Philadelphia and the AAC'sjn Cleveland. A'sjExbibilioii'. Contest's'- . : Scheduled For Cuba ' '.,- PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 18. . The Philadelphia Athletics ;wi!l .play. 10 exhibition, games in .Colombia, Veneeuela' and, Cuba : .'iiext; spring i; arrangements are completed..'. ± •,: Connie Mack. '.said, yesterday he was awaiting -final ^confirmation .of. arrangements, .worked" o'ut '-behveen'. the Athletics' travelling secretary, Benjamin S. McEailand, and Pablo Morales', Caracas businessman and sportsman. . • • . Mack said plans call, for -.the games to be played" -between March 17 and 27- against local teams in Caracas and Maracaibo, Venezuela; Baran- quiiia, Colombia, and Havana, Cuba. : ±-.-io.ij-.^iAv.iJ3alif.—(/Pj—They're i taking iiqmb'ers;'dpji;1ie lengthening Rose Bowl jtieketi-line today.;. -: -. Two efficient-,.;.M6ntebeilo;. High mi .on-*".. School '."bo'ys.r'vLnrry. Goldb"e_i'E;, 1", ... . i--. ... i and Kobcrt-'Newman, 1'8. joined the _wm wave a s.x-| 150 QJ , jjj- or e_\riow,.<amping. out _on Inning scr,cak go- ^ 1( i,^j£g-r^i^;p'j.oduced,a n'jmbei'ing systetn:' ,','•')••• •--%. •'. ••'.'• ' :- Tl:e.y.T3i'ou'ght'.'.'along' 3,000. hum- bered*theatej-rtyp'e'"tickels. and pass- hcm the col- 'lo'. those.'in ..line. '. ', out . -pretty'", .well ,"-'-iiifcy 'said.' last orful Harlem quint and a capacity crowd is expected to jam-SS. P«ter and Paul SJin for the aCair.. ccl , Cortland ar.d Cook will put on their famous table tennis., act between halves of the main game. Both are great' table tennis players in their own right and are 1 , rated by many ns the best in the vy.orld. The •twoiweraa little short of sensational on. their travels with the.. Globetrotters: last season. • "•.- '-'!;'.-; They have toured ^all-joTrer the world winning tornaments .and ea- tertaininij:,throughout -.the .United States. Canada, England, Belgium, Italy, Sicily, France and'Germany. BRi - AXT NA J,IED MANAGER Cook is a graduate of-Peckskill j T' Y cd ^S^aSaJl^hne ClSSSayi- BryS, CeJ SSd gmdtted from U,e Uni-j Chidago" Cubs. 'pitcher, today, was versity of North-Carolina: with the;named manager of the Gieenville y scholastic average 'in .the; Spinners of the Class A South At- J-UvL^ l' ' UllWJ WU.»V*. The'systciri-''eniibles-'n. fellow to leave the liiie-':anti prove his right toliis p:ac^.\vh'ftn;.he rcturns'by liis r.unibercsd, ticket. • Tlie campers-out, using sleeping bags, bed .rolls,- cooking utensils, thermos bottles, are .waiting for 6,000 public-sale tickets • for . the Nortl-.western-California ,ganie New Year's Day to go on sale. school's history. Owens Ts M. C. •. '. '_ In addition Owens, once. palled the world's fastest human and.hold er of more ^Olympic ar.d-Rational records than any other may.'alive, will act '.as. ma'ster .-of .ceremonies- during-the program aad ;: -Sviir an-.i nounce the . ' game "between-; the'! Globetrotters v and the ' Dukes. j •All seats, will be . reserved 'for this event and tickets a're. on sale I now at the Wilson Hardware Co. and the Sports Shop'pe, Frederick street. . :• ' laritic (Sally) League. Stan'"•• Musialls longest .batting slump-of 1948 came in July when the'-St.'"'Louis Cardinal star went to bat 13 times without a hit. '"-,. 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