Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 30, 1948 · Page 13
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• Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX, , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 19-18 THIRTEEN A ilV'llV *i U W i V-* ** T T J»A ^ * f, ***** *, mm %»* _ _. _. -— •— i" 11 '- i mi i ii . - ... --- .. - .. .. --.— . Fort Hill And LaSalle In Home Cage Games Tonight I ' ' •' : ; — Sentinels Host ToBulldogsOf Martinsburg Hi LnSallc Meets Tillc. Team Of 1944; Jersey Officials Work Game Two Cumberland high school bas ketball teams will see action tonight when the .Fort Hill HiKh Sentinels play host to the Martinsburft, (W. Vaj - Bulldogs and LaSalle's Explorers entertain the LnSalle 1944 Eastern State Catholic Invitational Tournament Champions on the SS. Peter and Paul court. Both Barnes will pet under fciy at 8 o'clock. CoacR "Bobby" Cavanaugh's Sentinels will be seeking their tflfth straight victory tonight, having already defeated Piedmont twice, Davis, and Alumni passers. Last year J?ort Hill turned' back the Bulldogs, -'8 26, 'In their first meeting and 42-31 in the return en- paEement. Fort Hill has racked' up 109 points to date while -giving up 79 to its opponents. Reserves In Prelim _ In the preliminary'contest scheduled lor 6:45, Lapp's-Plumbers will exchange baskets -with the Fort Hill Reserves.. Officials for the main game will be Clifton Van Roby and Herman Koegel. LaSalle will be after a win to move In the .500 column. The Explorers defeated St. John'* of Frederick, 41-25, in their opening game but .were turned book by Beall 3gh of Frostburg, 27-24, and Berlin (Pa.) High, 54-30. Jersey Officials Here The feature of the LaSalle game will be the officiating by Gerald "Jerry" Molloy 'and Al Garry, New Jerse3' officials. Both Molloy and Garry have handled games for LaSalle in the past. Tonight will be Molloy's fifth appearance as an official in-Cumberland. Coach William V. Kcegan, of the Aluami quint, announced that every member of th.e '44 squad will sec action in tonight's contest. The roster of the championship team Included Norman Geatz, James Fahey. Jack Steiner, Clay Ingraham, Joseph Becker, 'Edward Gunning, Ed Hallos', Charles Steiner, Raymond Shaffer, ^Joseph Catrer. and Tommy Geatz. .Managers 'of tlie team are Hugh McMullen and William Kelly. Moose Quint Tops Legion Five, 50-37 The Cumberland Moose basketball team turned ..back Cumberland American Legion pnssers Inst night on the 3S. Peter and ?ftul court.by tnc-'score-of 50-37: :"'';•' '.'.-''. The Moose cagers -snapped a 12- game winning streak of the Legion, is -was the-victors' sixth straight win.. The Moose led the losers, 11-9, at the end of the first quarter and was never headed. . ' -„---,.- sub Joe Becker and Charles "Snap" • cju i nn _ ^ ..;";;;;;.! Morris paced the winners' attack Johnson, sub o •with 11 points each while Bob Spangler was top man for the losers with nine. The lineups: nollen. i ... ilOJTlJ. i .. Lllya, c J. Becker, g , Hnamon, nib ,. Mlnkc. sub O'Nol. sub Pt>. 9 TotiU ....... . ...... .18 5-7 1-4 3-4 2-4 0-0 1-1 1-2' H-24 Legion s. Sterne, I G. Ttricc. I B. Spaucler, CUncaa. c . B. Sterne. B Price, «ub . ytit, sub .. . ...... . ,.-subs — Mlnnlcts, Gibson. 3-3 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cox, Total* ............... 15 Uon-scorlnE subs— Hillenrj-. .Gann, Coot. Score by periods: MOOSE ........ ; ........... 11 -si .... ............. • • Relerees— Macyarlane and Gibson. SPORTS MIRROR TODAY A YEAR AGO—Holy Cross dc leattd North Carolina State. 56-D1. In B Brcesc. c. overtime in Sutsr Bowl basketball gome at THREE YEMIS AGO—New York Slanecrs T). Burkett, g 1 defeated Chicago Blnck Hawks, 3-2, lor waltman.. g, 1 0 2 Srst National Hockey League, victory in Myers, sub.. 3 .. ^....Htv ull>l 1 month. 31DHU3. ^jli.ii.^. .. — - FIVE TEARS AGO—Charlie Keller, New Fa'lkncr, sub 0 Tort Yankee outfleldcr, Joined Maritime • — - - - Totals ...20 Central (33) Pus. Alumnae (i.) Jolir.son P L. Cook McPartland: P B. -Beenian 11. Dilfer F H. Tlmncy B. Diller....: G Grosser Clnrl: 3 HEKMAJf TAKES DIP—Herman Hickman, who coaelied the North team in the Christinas night benefit football game, with Southern All-Stars nt Miami, is nhown us ho emerged from -a "dip" the dny after tho contest. Hickman recently signed a five- year contract to tutor the Yale Bulldogs. His Northern All- Stars lost, 24-14. - Keyser Hoopmen Top Aluinni, 43-37 KEYSER, W. Va.—Keyser .High School's basketball team captured its third straight victory last night by tripping the. Alumni quint by centra the score of 43-37. . .' During the • hard-fought the score was. tied, three times in c .... , ;he second period at 11-11, 13-13 cook, sut> 3 and 15-15. The teams were never ' separated by 'more than six points Jaworek and Nelson,.paced the Aiu^ni (M) high school's attack ' -with nine g™" i ;. '....'.'.'.'.'.'. points each while Harry Davis Love, c beaded the Alumni crew with nine DicKson, E ..: . . . J ronl, K also. . tl Tlmnuy. nub The Keyser Tenth' Graders dc- o. isichhorn. «ub ... reated the Junior High team in- the »'j i ;» mo "£ Orr ' sub '". § preliminary game by a score of OowI1 ^ Si , sub- •;;;;;;;;" z ; 23-22. The lineups: erscr (-13) JaworcV:, 1 1 or, c kelson, K .... Tylor, u P. Emery, sill) Cnlboun, sub . O'Ooimcr,. sub Totals 15 Alumni (li"> G H. Davis, f,,...-.. 3 3oor, I ..." £ Burns, c • ...-'... '•> Shal.'cr, ..g ." Montgomery, B 2 McLaughlln. sub sub Central Teams Defeat Alumni, Still Unbeaten Boys Rack Up Sixth Victory With 34-28 Conquest Of Gratis •The boys and girls basketball teams ol Lonaconing's Central High School .remained undefeated by scoring victories over Alumni teams last night. Coach Johnny Meyers' boys racked up their sixth In a row with a 34-28 conquest, while the .Orange and Black girls notched Win No. 5 by whipping. the Grads. 33 to' 25. The Tigers boys' trailed 15-3 at halftime, but came back with a bang in the third stanza and-were leading. 23-20 \yhen the period ended. The victors had an off night at the foul line, making only four of 19 free throws. 1 Hurt, McKenzie, M. Eichhorn and Cook exceled for the school team while Drummond Orr, Miller .and Gowans were the best f or.the Grads. 'Coach Alva Davis' Central girls stepped out In front early in tho game and were never headed, hold- ing'an 18-8 edge at halftime. The Grads were paced' by Lois Cook and Elolse Beeman who tallied 12 points apiece'while the win- nerners' 16-goal attack was headed by Mary Ann .©lifer, sophomore forward, who scored 14 markers. The Lonaconing lassies will be angling for their sixth in & row when they travel to--Acc!dent Tor a game with Accident High School's girls tomorrow night. The lineups: Ridgeley's Don Murray Named On All-West Virginia 'B' Team Ridgeley High's Don Murray has been named as one of the guards on the -first annual All-West Virginia high school football team. , The mythical'aggregation was announced today by Roy M. "Lops" "Hawlcy, athletic, director at West Virginia University and chairman 'of the state selection board. A senior, Murray returned Champion Clarks Reach Seini-Finals Dye Score at hnlttlme: Cratrnl 18, Alumnae 8. Substitutes— Central — Amoruso, Duckworth,' Lee, Wllhelm. L. Tlmncy, Hadley, D Bccman, N. BL-emnn,'Bogle, Green. Scoring—F!o:d goals—Jolinscn 2. JIc- arUand 3, 'M. Dl'.fer 7. Duckworth- 3. L. to sclio.ol last September following a tour of military duty. He was also mimed on tile Potomac Valley Conference All-Star .tcnm and the WT3O "Greater Cumberland" honor aggregation. Tlie Class B All-West Virginia team, follows:' End — JTamrJck, Webster Springs. Tackle — NiHtor, ]Iunlin(, r ton Vinson,''captain. Guard—Murray. Ridgeley. Center—Jones, tcwisburc- •Guard—Powell, Rowlcsburf. . Tackle—Ferrisc, Xumbcrport. End—Dolly, T'etcrsliua-'. Raclcs — Moorehcacl, Hiuitlnir- ton Vinson; Hamniack, Winfield; Snrousc, Sistcrsvillc;' Alderson, Alderson. Six cf the selectees are from the ranking Class B'teams. Huntington Vinson, which defeated Alderson in a playoff for the division championship, was the only school to.place two players. Alderson, finishing second in the. standings, and Sisters•ville, Bowlesburg and Ridgeley gained one position cncti. The board .'iliiRlod out. NuLLw'. huge Vinson tackle, as cnpUiln of the mythical eleven and pointed with pride to the backfield which packs speed, power and versatility. The Class'B-all-state team announcement followed by ten days release of the 32nd ruinnal Class A selections. The bomc!, in its maiden choice of a. Class B honor roll, made no attempt to name second and third teams-or an honorable men- BASKETBALL^ $COKE$ W-ILSON, N. C.— e defending champion Clorks Of Huntington, Hialeah's McLeimau Will Be Rehearsal MIAMI, Pla.—(#)—Bialeah Park's ?25,000 McLennan set for February IP shapes up as a full dress rehearsal n , ------ . — Ind., today paced the way into the Uor the 350,000 .Widener a week later, yij; The Associated rrcu) Sllcar llmd Tourney at New Orleans Kentucky 87, Tulanc 47 ; St. Louis 61, Holy Cress 52 a Tourney at Oklahoma. i. AKKle:* HO, Baylor 3f> Cltj- worth 0-1, L. Tlmncy :-2, (34) RalslOn, 1' McKenzlc, I contest Burt, c Ichhorn, g 0-2 3-5 0-4 3-3 0-1 0-0 Non-scoriiig sub's—A. Stafford. Johnson. p o-o 0-0 0-0 0-0 (1-0 0-2 1-1 2-3 .0-3 1-2 F 3-6 0-0 2-2 o-i 1-1 13-20 F 3-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 I-i o-i 11-1B Fir. 9 . a 8 43 rts. o 7 0 G •t C 3 0 Totals „; tion- list, but indicated these would , Duck-i bo added next year. Separate ballots 0-3, E. | for A and B teams will be inaugu- irated. TIC I A and B classifications were established by the State High School Athletic. Association, for the first time this year, with Woodrow Wilson of Beckley capturing the A championship. In addition to Havrtcy, board members were C. F. Walker of Wellsburg, Bocco J. Gonr.an of Charleston, J. B. Van Meter of Beckley, Art Ward of Weston, Con Hnrdman of Morgantown, Carl V. (Duke) Rldglcy of HuntlnBton. mid Jnck Bradley of HunLington. FIGHTS LAST MIGHT ,' WHITE PLAINS, N. Y,—Carroll Alexac- ! dor. 125. "Washington, D. C., outpointed i Culoi-ado Ai:&!(!!i 50, Tcxita Tech 58 (.Cor.nolfUlon Until I Texas lio, Alubnma. 30 ftor third pluce) Southern McLhodlst 50. Auburu -11 til* Seven Tourjicy at Kansas City Oklahoma,. 5. r >. Iowa. State -15 (scml-linn]} Xansiii: GO, Kansas State -15 (jieml-nntt 1 .) Colorado HI. Harvard -ID (Coiisotailon. si-ml-Ilniill Missouri fi2, Nel)raKl:a 50 (ConsolutloH ^eml-.'lnaij Invitation Tourney at Lys Anpclcs Alor.tana 7G. BYIp;ham Younp 74 (quarter-finals)' Los Ancrelcs Loyola 61, N. C. State 50 (Consolation Kfin-.e) Duuljleheailer at Miami, Fla. Pitt -15. Florida 3!) Princeton 02. Miami (Fin.) 55 (Two extra, periods) Doiilileheailcr lit PMIailrlnhla San Frunclfico 51. LaSnlle- ^5 Toiupl" in. n.isn r,n 'I'ournry al Vhieiriinril, lull. .Evansvlllr) 70. OeOrnetown (Ky.i .12 Eastern rllnols 72. Southern Illloola 55 OTHER CA.in-i EAST Duriucfine 72. Louisville tin Setou .Hall li9. Toxas AfTKlc.i 5r> St. Bonavetuurc -17. La'ayctto -11 M1DWKST Eastern Kentucky 42, Toledo ^9 Cincinnati 70, Colorado State 43 Akron 52, Colby •.-. . — — o SOUTH Cherry point Warlncs 53, Washington (D.C.I Marino Bartaelcs A:, seml-fina'js of the sixth annual Family Basketball Tournament. The schedule sends the Hartleys of High Point, N. C.. ngivinst the Conrads of Thomji5v41]e, N. C., at JO a. r.i. CEST), and tlie Clarks against the Joyce family of Pieldale, Va., at 11:30 a.m. Losers of these games will meet in the consolation game :it 7 p. in., with the championship cattle .to follow at 8:30 p. in. in yesterday's battling, the three sets of twin boys in the Clark family walloped the Anthonys of Cherryville, N. C.. 51 to 29. The Joyces advanced with a 52-49 victory over the Miller family of Galesburg-, ID., the Conrrtds defeated the Doyle• family of Salem, Mass., G6 to 40, and the Hartleys eliminated the Harmon family of Hanover, Pa.. •12. to 32. with virtually the same field entered. The McLennan usually draws a larger field than the later event. As'in the Widener, Calumet Farm holds the strongest hand with the quartet of Fervent. Faultless, Free America and Coaltown, and a pair of reserves in Beau Dandy and Whirl Blast. The first, four too!; down 10 stakes during, the past summer. Conltown leading with five. A sturdy pair of South American performers are entered,' the. Andes Stable's Bea^chef and.F. .A. Harn- mer's March'ons 2nd. Beauchef. won three stakes this year and Marchons is yet to 'be beaten in his four starts. Other competitors or note In the big fluid include Arnold Hanger's Harmonica, Walter M. Jefford's Loyal Legion,. Mrs..Helen K. Haggerty's Rampart,' Dixiana's Shy. Guy. Ben Whitaker's- My.' Bequest and Mrs. Whitaker's Miss Request. Jockey Longden Breaks Own Marie ARCADIA,' Calif.—<£>)—That little' old veteran of the, turf—John Eric Longden—just keeps on rolling along.. ''-.,.'. Tlie man who. last. year, set a new modern- record by riding 31G win- iiers became the first to break that mark yesterday by booting -home hls-antli first-place steed of the 1948 season. So now at the age of 38—with no signs of slowing up—Longden has amassed' a lifetime -total of 3,237 winners.'He's the only American, jockey ever, to puss the. 3.000 mark. This is the third time <Longden has won the National Riding- Cham-: pionship,. In 1938 he .was tops with 236 Winners. . . -'.-'• The'horse that gave the English- born jockey his new record - WM f Count. Victor in the third race'ril;- Santa Anita-. LonRden booted Count Victor. $8.20 straight,-, home .three lengths ahead of the. odds-on 1 favorite, Final Cal,' in 'the six-furlong race. • .'''.' . - Longden failed to bring-in another winner .iu four other starts... : rts. Kon-scorlnR sub—H. Stafford. .JDIn'o Blc'ta 131, Canton, Ohio, S. • Two technicals 'culled on Drummond : ; Try Our Complete ONE -STOP - SERVICE Mechanical ond Body Work See "Dal" Miller CUMBERLAND LINCOLN-MERCURY 828 N. Mechanic Sf. _Tel. 5440. Scorn Uy periods: ALOMNI nclcree—Ed Thompson. PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL NCTT York 77, Rochester 74 (BAA) Providence OS, Baltimore 88 (EAA) Minneapolis .01. Washlnuton OS (BAJp Anderson SI, Waterloo 50 (Nat.) WnEhlngton 58. Butler "! (AAC1 Altoona 5 1 ), Cumberland 41 (AAC) Totftls AJ-*» -.j Non-scoring aubs — razcnbaXcr, Dorscy, i Lee. Score by periods; . KEYSER 11 ALUMNI ... Referees^-' .. 11 24 33 ......... S 18 28 Mlers ar.d Clsrk. ? Ellerslic Eagle? Top _i Cassino Cubs, 44 lo 41 The Ellerslie Eagles basketball 1>ts - team turned back the Cassino Cub , cagers last night at Ellerslie by. the score of 44-41. • Gerald"Breese paced the -winners ; with 14 points on six field goals - and two for two free throws .while Twigs 'was the "big gun" for the Cubs with 11 tallies. "The Eagles 'converted four for four foul shots and • outscored the 34 55 losers from the field, 20-19. Area independent . basketball teams desiring games with Ellerslie should notify James Burkett, Box 91, Ellerslie. The lineups: Ellerslie G F P(s(Cub« . iurk'eu. f.. 5 2 12 Grosser, .. icrhart, I,. 3 0 OlTwluK, {... irr>»<:i> ft G 2 H:Ttaycor: c.. G F 1 0 2 . 5 1 11 ,3-0 , .. Garlltz. sub 1 G 2 1C 2 0 ! RcEan.' B.. 2 R. Vnl'Unc. „ 0 C DcHnvcn, sub 4 ' 0 8 0 2 D.Vl'fno tub 0 0 0 0 0 ~4 441 Totals ....18 3 41 BIG NEW YEAR'S EVE Informal Dance STATE ARMORY Dancing 10 to ? Doors open 9 p, m. Music by Ray Clark's Orchestra Admission $1.00 per person (tax included) NOW OPEN! The Dolphin Bar 107 N. Centre St. featuring , • SEAFOODS Oysters on rhc Half Shell • Shrimp • Clams • Oyster Stew.. Liquors Beer OPEN NEW YEARS DAY SHOP and SAVE at- the Cumberland Liquor Store Lowest Prices ROUND & SQUARE DANCE New Year's Eve $4.00 Per Couple (Tax included) and New Years Night (regular admission) Make reservations now Phone '608-J Minke's Cottage Inn WINES Sherry-Port-Muscatel WHISKIES Canadian Club Seagrams V.0 5JJS Sherbrook 5.09 Old Grandad G.SO Old Taylor G.SO Old Quaker 4.95 SCOTCH xJT SPECIAL PRICES FULL LINE OF MINIATURES fifth X jral. 1"56 S al.2i98 Complete Line of Champagnes, 'Burgandys, Cordials, Liquers and Cocktails Special Discount On Case Lots Cumberland Liquor Store 105 Baltimore St. Tel. 573 2 EXCITING END-0-YEAR VALUES GROUP OF TOP COATS -Regular to ' Choice Choose from a good selection of fleeces, tweeds, and coverts. Also a few dark gabardines. Sizes' for the tall, short or regular man ... in a color and style to please every taste. All Sale*'Final- No Lay away* MEN'S ALL WOOL SHIRTS Regular $4.95 2 2 for $5 Small'checks and bold plaids. Mostly in large sizes. A real buy for work, sports or leisure, wear. • : 129 Baltimore Street BURTON'S

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