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Phone 4600 For a WANT AD Takef EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, JANUARY 3,. 1949 FIVE March Of Dimes Boxing Show Scheduled Here Tonight -.".•?' ' • <_./ •--'.'. • ' . " " -. . ..,;..-. C-/ Catanese Goes Against Marsh In Main Bout Local- Scrapper Seeks Fir»t-Victory Over Keystate A. C. Mittmaii Eight • amateur boxing bouts are scheduled for the State Armory tonight and ...all decisions are expected to favor the March of Dimes campaign.'' The show .is being presented by the'Police Boys Club and. Matchmaker "Ditty" Stitcher says all profit" above expenses will go to the annual'polio'-'lund drive which gets under way this month. " Cata'nesc Sleets Marsh Furriishlhij the opposition for local mittmen'-'hvmost of the-bouts will bo boxers Representing the Keystate A, C_ of Central City. Pa. The first-bout will-get under-way at 8 P. TO... -.;. ;•;,,. . .The main go will bring together Jimmy .Catanese. local fcather- vreight.'.and. Eddie Marsh in a five- rounder. "• Marsh. Johnstown Golden Gloves End 'Pittsburgh .Dapper Dan champ, "-win'be opposing Catanese for' the""fourth' time. Eddie holds Three'•wins 1 over the local scrapper. Other Keystate A. C. mittmcn scheduled..for .spots on the card are ' Prankie.Taranta, welterweight; Tojo ' "Wade, .middleweight; John Choby, bantamweight, and Mike Pearson, leathcrweigh't. "•• [ •Taranto will go against Mel |, Washington-•• of the Police Boys Club, •'Wade: tangles with Bill Fra zler; also of the PBC, while Chobj lj slated to swap punches with Ear Smith of .the Amvets. . ...Smith, Choby Split Taranto has beaten Washington twee and Choby and' Smith has split even.in two meetings. Six bouts,, have been definitely lined -up, according to Stitcher, with two others'to'be added tonight^ Jimmy"Fobtc, 118. of-Lonaconing •will 'nieet:rPre'd Gero of the PBC and Owen Lewis, 130, also of Lona• coning, has been matched with Ted Banks of-the .Royale A. C. Banks decidoned Lewis in a previous bou at Lonaconing and Lewis is ' eager LO atone lor the setback. . Others 'who are seeking places on the card are--BUl Wilson, 138, 01 I«naconirig;-:.Leroy.. Stevens anc Jimmy Deetz.-.-Diamond A. C., and Joe Niland and "Big John" Tressler, Police Boys Club. * Jack Rorick will, serve as referee in all' of the bouts, while .Nelson W. Russler will do the announcing. A: , usualr'thc" names of the judges 'will not be made known until the program begins. •»•• SPORTS WORLD Ace-West Virginia DropTficker Grabs 'Fancy Of Sun Fans EL PASO,. Texas—(;r>—The big boys.did,,thc.-Iieavy work, but until next Sun Bowl game rolls around it's a half pint dropkicker they'H be' talking most about. And \Vest Vir- neers should be pretty sure for two soti sons more of scoring neaily all their extra {points. ; Those were impressions left with Gene Simmons faas who saw Morgantown, W. Va,, eleven beat the Texas'Miners, 21-12, New Year's Day. ------ . ' • It was 1 little Gene Simmons, 147- pouad. .Sophomore, who captured the lanqy ..of a 13,000 crowd ar.d three., times .he trotted onto the field.'and thr.ee times he dropktckcd another'West Virginia point. • Simmons, : a - star halfback ill Elkins. W.-Va., High School, had booted 26.of -34 extra points durln L the -regular-season, plus a couple of fle^goals. He crossed u'p opponents by-passing .for two others.. Outcome,of the game serve.1 to emphasize a football Maxim • Control, the ball and you'll win. The Mountaineers held onto It for 79 of the game's :145 . plays; Four Mines tumbles.--two-In fielding West Virginia's punts, .helped.-West Virginia recovered all four. Coach.Dudley De Groot said the same's turning' point was in the third quarter, when his Mountai- neers'"scored'their last .two touchdowns on-14--and two-yard jaunts "by Halfback Jim Devonshire. "We've 'had a-Jousy.flrst half ball club al season,'-', ,De-Groot said. Quarterback Jim Walthall's passes led. the way to both scores, and Se tossed'to"End Clarence. Cox from'25'yards out for 1 , the' other la the second • period. . Mines .'Fullback Fred wendt, top collegiate-ground gainer for 1048 got loose ior 60 yards—longest run of the,,game—to score;with three and B, half minutes to go. Halfback Harvey (Pus).'Gabrel went the last yard for the Texans 1 other marker la the second quarter.' POLIO SPORT5 EVENTS Leahy Against Changing Rule o o On Substitutes Notre Dame Mentor Gets'Kick'Out Of Orange Bowl Game By FKANK LEAHY Notre Dame Coach . SOUTH BEND, Ind.—It was a tough light getting the final curtain down on the past iootbai season, but the task was successfully completed as- the pageantry (.1 the bowl content joined in the finale. Another highly successful fojt- ball season is at an. end. The only- thing remaining is down-town quai- backs to, re-pia ' their favorite contest and revamp th'e'lineups to suit their own tastes New Year's Day results were typical of thC' regularly scheduled season, preceding them.. All teams had a flair for the spectacular this year, throwing caution to the winds and piling up scores: What was at one time regarded as a comfortable lead . has now changed to a tenuous situation, calling for mQro steanvar.d s. few more touchdowns'. The battle of the systems occupied the minds of ir.any ji' tn? game's devotees, as the legerdemain of the single-wing opposed tlic I quick-opening explosiveness of thu "T". This popular trend in football was approved- by the spectators as sell-outs were the order of the day. They enjoyed seeing the scat-backs dash' by some of their bigger -but less nimble brethren. \TAPPING ON THE Basketballers F ' Resume Action;' End Migration College Cagers Settle Down To League Races And-Backyard Rivalries By BEN PHLEGAR NEW YORK—(#)—College basket. tall teams put ruvay their big suit- Leases today and brought out their I overnight bags. The greatest mass , , . , , ,',-•,, i, * migration In .the historj' of. the Local high school- footba 11 teams t virtually was ended and the wul abiae by five new. rules next. business at hand ^- as con j el . ellc e season as a result of; changes made| ch ionshj 0 ,. backyard rivalries by the National Federation of State -,,.„ lnf . v, 0 ,, inri - n,ir»,™ t.nt-.9t< by High School Athletic Associations. Frank Leahy The national body concluded a frtur-clay session Friday at Chicago and decider! on these chang-cs: , . 1—If a fou". occurs during a backward pass or fumble there'will be no mandatory loss of the ball. They left behind mileage totals that rivalled Santa Claus after hitting the ' tournament trail- from Tcn-e Haute to Los Angeles and thc'big time arenas from }Jew York to San Francisco. 'The. 'holiday festivities, chopped the list of major unbeaten teams,to an even, dozen. Two -of these— Mississippi (3-0) and Army (1-0)- Bucky Walters Says He'll Stay Nice Guy In DugoutIn'49-But! . PHILADELPHIA — (#>) — Bucky Walters, manager of the Cincinnati Reds; plans to'remain a •"'nice guy." .in the-' dugout during the 1949 baseball season—but woe,"betide any players "who ask for it" . '.. • : , . •.' . . Ever since Walters entered organized baseball 20 years he's been considered one ago of the "nice game. And' when guys" he Of the was named Bowl Contests Add to Confusion As Whacky Grid Season Ends .NE\V YORK— (£>)— One of the wackiest of all college football season's went to the moth balls today, doggedly following the upset theme right down'to the end. , • A multitude of New Year's Day bowl games only, brought further and more complete confusion to a year that saw Dukes Conquer Washington To Tie For Second Jewels No Match Fo v Locals-Ill 64-43 Till; Pence Leads Scorers' 'Our forecasts of the future did not fare so well as only 50 per cent of our bowl selections were accurate, leaving us with a. 194B batting avtr- 5 —If an ineligible' receiver catches a pass in or behind the scrimmage line the penalty will be five yards instead of 15. There will be no penalty for incidentally touching the boll. Maryland is a member of the national association and was rcpre- Heading the, survivors' list is St. Louis University which conquered mighty Kentucky, 42-40. in the finals of thc Sugar Bowl tourna- 2-A team may hold distance legally j havl = n 't P la y ed staca bef °' e - Cnrlst - gnined before a foul occurs. 3—On punt returns, the penalty for! a foul usually will be measured from the point of return,, not affecting the.original 1 point. 4—On f_ree kicks, there will be no second kick if 'the iball goes out of bounds. Instead, it will go ty the receivers' 40-yard lir.e, or to the line where it went out of bounds, whichever is most advantageous to the receiver. ment at New Orlc.ins. The. B:llikens-| ns a third b ascman ; recalled .the'14 LaSalle Scores 44-38 Victory Over Altoona . Louis Arncme Tallies 19 Points For Locals In Overtime Contest • The LaSalle High Explorers- captured .their second, cage victory of. the season • yesterday afternoon when - they turned back Altoona(Pa) Catholic High, in an "overtime - - period'on the SS.-PettH-. and Paul with managing, Every player reacts| com bythe score of 44-38. LaSalle differently. Some-fellows do thcirl]j as best with a p.it on. thc buck. Other], fellows have to be handled roughly." Walters, who became a .pitching ;'• after starting in the Jtajprs during- the 1948 season' to take over the. managerial reign of the Reds, some baseball 'experts thought he! wouldn't be ''tough" enough to. make the grade. No Slave Driver Bucky c a n't agree with those who think n man- a.ger'.must be ' a whip Bracking slave driver to isucceed. - ... , i "I don't, see Sucky Walters wha f being a nice guy or being a tough guy has to do trailed until the final two 'minutes, then grabbed both the lead and the ball and wouldn't give up. 1 ThC | defeat was Kentucky's first by a 1 1 managers under whom he played in his baseball career.. Some Were Successful college team- in 29 games over two ''Some were successful," he said, rtrnnvc • \i-nfn cn_cn iiiri cHll «r nnvc sentcd at the Windy City confab by Thomas , C. Ferguson, executive secretary of the state's athletic set- William Brish. Hagerstown; . j age of .79G: Such results are jndica-! Crcscnt Bride, Hockville; Warren 'live of the refusal of some lads lo I Evans. Frederick; Vincent 'Holoch- mighty Army and Notre Dame | tied by supposedly 1 inferior i" teams in the final weeks of the I' campaign. .There was a day when a Bowl ;ame decided -football supremacy Between the East and West and had National Championship significance. . But not this time. Michigan, the mythical .National Champion, sat oui, the New Year's Day festival. So did Notre Dame, No, 2 \in the .final Associated Press poll -of .gridiron might. ' ' . . •...•• So what did tne Bowl games prove? ' Well, for one thing, they -propved hat thc No, 7 team in the country could whip the No, 4 combine. Northwestern did it -by 'humbling California in the Rose Bowl, 20-14. ( Oklahoma Wins ' , , They proved the fifth best team n the nation, in the eyes of the ex- ierts, could lick No. 3. Oklahoma :id it- In the' Sugar Bowl -at New Orleans, conquering North Carolina, lie highest ranked Bowl performer, 4-6. They proved tenth-ranked Southern Methodist University was super- qr for one afternoon a£ least, to inth-rankcd Oregon, which bowed n the Cotton Bowl at Dallas, 21-13. , They proved that the most smash- Ing and unbelievable triumph of the day could be achieved by a team that had .been labelled a. "third rater" on its season's record. . Texas rose .out'of the travail of three defeats and a tie to smash highly-regarded Georgia, the southwestern Conference champion and No. 8 in the National rankings, in the Orange Bowl at Miami, 41 to 28. Texas wasn't even in the first 20 In the final AP poll. Clemson Convincing If this doesn't leave Joe Far. ciuit regardless of the odds. Thai unpredicatable 'Item of "wiU-tc- plays such an important role ALL-AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING OF TJI£ IBAWSN . IVon Lnm iMlIni; 8 3 Cumberland ;. fl 4. ATtoonn .'.,........... ., ft -1- -\ . .ret. .157 .COO .GOO .500 BuUcf ,1 Washington '.'..'2 . Sunday Results Cumljcrlund 0-1. Washington <3 Plusburch 65, Wheeling 51 SnturdiL}- Result, AUoona 56, Eullcr -10 " Games This AVcrk Monday—Butler Rt "Wheeling Thursday—Butler at Wa.<h;nptori Saturday—WllcellnE at Al'.oona The Washington Jewels were • no match • for the Cumberland Dukes last night at the SS. Peter and Paul School gym,., the- locals snapping a three-game losing streak -with, an easy' 64-43 triumph. , • In tying Altoona for second place in the Ail-American Basketball "League, the. Dukes hopped off to'an early start and were never headed.- In contrast to their past two lack- lustre performances against Altoona, the Dukes flashed peak form last night, their baskets hitting with bombsight accuracy. in any athletic contest, and most instances, the determining factor in any upset. It was my good fortune to witness the Orange Bowl game in Miami, and view . th'e devastating . s-tmnd attack Texas' Blair Cherry had prepared for. Wally" .Butts' Georgians. This game surely epitomized the season. The high score, tricky pass formations, long run-backs all .were there. Both teams scored in every quarter, -and nol; until the ILial desperate minutes was Texas at all reasonably sure of victory, Boch clubs can be very proud of the ex- ccl'lent performance.. ,As 1948 saw the greatest "exploitation, of the unlimited substitution .rule and the consequent two-platoon system, we look for this to be the' main topic of conversation, when the football- coaches -get -together a; their convention in San Francisco on January G. It is our wish that the rules committee will see' fit to leave this rule as it is. It gives the spectator the ocsr, possible football, and such is what we are striving'to achieve. Basketball'and baseball in crowding fd'otball irom the stage, we-can. but look forward to next fall wheril \v.e .will' attempt to -improve o'irj prediction percentage. (Distributed by McNauRht Syndicate, 1 Inc.) wast. Upper Marlboro,' and Herbert Steiner, Mr. Elnion -Vernier and Andrew Norton, all of Baltimore. Arthur G. llanicy, who Maryland's -western district in . the. state association, was unable to attend the.Chica.?o nieet- - ing, but said "he . had licen ad. viscd'thcre was considerable discussion of a proposal Lo permit players to advance a fynibli?. . The state of Oregon, lie said, will be used apain next season as an experimental field for the study of the matter. • Ramey reported no equipment changes y\'ere made because ttic association felt there was no specific need for .them. The matter, however, will remain under study. .-And cleaning up local. foot':all talk season. Many Face Rujrtrcd Week Also undefeated are Hamline (D), winner oC the Los Angeles Invitational: Minnesota (4) winner of the Des Moines Corn. Bowl Tourney; Western Kentucky (9), Lawrence Tech (8), Akron (7), Duquesne (7), North Carolina (S), Villahova (G) and Cincinnati (5). By Saturday night all of the major conferences will be in action. Six start -this week and' four which had a few games in December open full scale competition. Most of the unbeaten, outfits face a ragged week. On Wednesday St. Louis meets Bradley, wlnr.'cr of 12 ,straight before."being whipped bv j San pranclsco.Saturday night. Then ' the Bills move cast against Canis:us (8-1) at Buffalo Saturday. ' Minnesota, with its new coacl:, Ozzie Cowles, opens "Big Nine action Saturday against Michigan, which Cowles coached to the title last year. - ' ' Maryland Plays Tonight Hamline,- still on the west c'oast, plays St. 'Mary's Saturday. North Carolina, which beat Arizona in the Camellia Bowl at Lafayette,' La.. there-were, so-so and'still others Just didn't have the material to win. "Each had his own methods. But from my point of view most of them were 'nine guys'—at least they were r.ice to me. I'll get tough with players who ask. for.-it the same as the" managers I played for did." Walters doesn't plan to turn, into a shouting taskmaster to, gain his end,.however. When he does "get tough" with a player, he said, "no one but the player and-1 will know about it." • . Nor does Bucky plan, to establish a lovjg list of rules and regulations for his charges. ' "I won't hire house detectives or put a watch on my players," he said. "I'll have a midnight curfew the saline as other .managers. If a player violates it, he will be' punished. If he continues to ruivtilings his way, he'll head back to,the Minors." three games. Louis Amone, LaSalle guard, was thc hero of the contest, scoring, the fielder, that tied the count at 38-all . at the 'dose of. the regulation game. and .making the-winning goal In the extra period: • . . '•'..' During'the opening quarter • the • score was deadlocked, four times at 2-2, 4-4. 6-6-and 7-7. ^Marauders Take Lead Two free throws and a long-shot, from, the three-quarter mark by Reed Donnelly gave the visiting Marauders an. 11-7 lead at thc end . of the initial period: • ' Altoona controlled- the. ball , throughout the second quarter and at the close of the period, 1 the Ma-' rauders.-were on the long end of the 21-14- score. Two minutes alter the second half started the Explorers got back in the game 0:1 baskets by 'Chuck'.. Sitter, Francis Kitzrniller and Hugh. •Miller to trail by. only two points. After Fred Rclsmeier's .field .goal Am one . and- Kitzmiller connected with fielders -to knot the.;score at 26-all. . --.,'...- ' Sitter connected at . the charity ' University and .plays Virginia Tech tonight, comes to Madison Square Garden Thursday against New York Saturday. Mississippi -warms up after -its long-layoff by meeting Southwestern of. Tennessee tomorrow night, then for another season, .it has been re-ri tackles Georgia Friday"..' vealcd that-a rechcck shows the of-!- Lawrence-Tech of-Detroit, invades flcial paid, attendance the; New York'state, meeting-New York Locals Score At Will • . - - . - - - locals were able to score almost at grabbing for air, then -look at some w j]}_ coach ''Red" Kiotz, "not carin; of the results in the lower strata lo ro \i up tnc SCO rc, played Ridgeley To Play University Higli Hoopmen Friday. Only one scholastic basketball game Is scheduled for toe district tonight, but tomorrow finds a. half dozen contests on tap, including; tussles in thc WMI League and the' Potomac Valley Conference. The WMI race officially gets ur.der way with the undefeated Port Hill Sentinels meeting the unbeaten. Central High quint at Lonaconing, Thc Jewels/ lacking polish and W hile the ione PVC eiiRagement pits shooting skill, didn't belori e on t.hcj M oorefield against Petersburg on same .floor with the Dukes as the; tn c latter's court. LaSalle High's Explorers are host teams was 2,797. When Principals Ralph K. Webster (Alleffanv) a.nd Victor • n. Heisey (Fort Hill) first coflut- ' cd receipts,, their unofficial fig. urc was'' 0,710.. By "doublc- .checking" they found the first total short by 87:. Incidentally, 1 another suggestion has-come this way as n means of temporarily enlarging thc seating capacity of Port Hill Stafium. Duke Ritc'ney, a local fan. says the bank on the east s'de of :'.ie-iie!dj could bs terraced without too'much: work and boards laid en the ground j in m-nviriA i( ni- innd-. innn more and Eastern West Virginia Board Oakland Man Named Track Coach At Washington OAKLAND— Iff')— Prank Kley, Jr., former George Washington University football and basketball stir, has named 'track coach at Eastern School, Washington. Kley,' the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kley, Oakland, was an all- state, football and basketball player at Elkris (W. Va.) High. shot to. make It 29-26 ' ford's basket putting the Keystone Staters on the short. end' of a-29-23, score-'as tile period ended. LaSalle Pads Lead . Arnone's loul. and fielder gave LaSalle- a 32-28 lead' early , in the final stanza but Donnelly and Russell McConvile 'dropped in baskets to knot the score for the sixth time at" 32-32. .Dick- Leo's '.goal' and. Ed, Kelly's .two free throws, tied the game again at 34-all.- • Trailing 38-36 with five seconds to play; Arnone hit the target on ' He played for Eglin. Field. Flajone-harider from' the side to tie the baskotball team' while serving in contest, 38-38, as the final ,-whistle the' Army Air Forces in 1942. sounded.'. '-, Kley starred in George Washing-! In the extra" three, minutes LaSalle ' to'nls . backfield, from 1945 •- to 3947. (dontinucd.-'on Page. 4 1 Thanksgiving Day battle between: Teachers, Hartwick and . Syracuse the Allegany and Fort Hill High! Villanova tries its luck -against But' gers on Wednesday and North Carolina State Saturday. Army, .which broke precedent^by playing before Christmas, returns to action .Saturday; against Brown. Western. Kentucky has an. easy foe in Breau,,Ky.; Akron meets Youngs- 1 town.and John Carroll; Cincinnati i faces .Western Reserve and. Du-. quesne visits Yale. District Officials Want More Money Members of the Western Maryland "at least 1,000 BASKETBALL SCORES (8y T/ic /jjoc(a;rd Press). EAST "64. 1 laas J.vlnnd SS Nnr Ycrt'Unlv. TO. Connecticut .M ' TV. Kratuckj- 8ii. St. Joseph's U'hlln.) 03 CinliJui 50. Cornell 3.1 . Si. Bornvcnturc 85. dcorcctowi 60 JIIDN'EST Mlchtan ,<6, .Toledo <S 613 Winciseo 60. B.-ndlcy 58 .Dartmouth 52. Nortbwtuern -43 Clneiaa&ll 72, West Virginia 03 MIDWEST TOURNEY it Tri-rc Haute, Ind. mflllil» State" C2, Northpujt Mluourl « ich»rnplon»hlp) .Stute - v&. Connecticut Teachers on.i ctncelled. SOUTH Bftltltnor*. Xjoyo'i *72. Albrifiht BirtA (Kf.l'n: MlUlsan 51 Dirldson 68. McC.-dry Und.l - K»nr» -Ond.1 53. - Forest 43 Bowls. Clcmiion, the team, that hadn'l lost.a-KameJi.ll year or 1 even allowed itscll to be tied, ivasn't given much 'chuige against a Missouri eleven that lost twice during the'season. .But the.South Carolinans finally convinced thc boys their season's record was no fluke by measuring the Missourians, thc '.7VJ. point lavorlte, in the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, 24-23. " Nevada, which soared to a new (Continued on Page 13) serves for almost half the game. Washington at 310 time, posed /is. a threat, the Dukes leading 24-li at the end of the first quarter, 35-23 at the half and 64-31 • at the thvee- quarter mark. .^ Cumberland's' big guns in • the sixth -league . victory, were Bob Pence and Kiotz, The' former, hitting- the stride which made him one of the most-feared league poirit- producers last season, 1 finished witn 19 tallies on nine buckets and, a to the Port' Ashby Eagles on the SS. Peter and Paul court, Bayard plays at Elk Garden. Fieclmor.t is provide seats," ''ft wouldn't be cxu.cl.ly idea.1," Ritclicy points out. "but I. think fans would prefer such a sealing .iri-anffcincnt Lo standing for several hours." . ' TIic work according to Duke, could.be done by volunteer labor, prnba-bly students of all local schools. of Approved Basketball'Officials will meet tor.Ifjht at 8 o'clok at the.Cen- tra; YMCA to vote on whether.:to stick by their new pay demands or i compromise with school officials. Last season the officials received $7.50 per game for their whistle teot- ing and five cents a mile for ti - av- elino:. They're asking $10 per'game each or S20 per game when two.officials • ., , ; „ , ,,, [work. For Ir.tra-clty. contests they Rlbchey would also like to sec some' — —•- ~<---- ->-- »>-- sort.of symbolical trophy.pus :nSo competition lor'the annual "Turkey Day"-plEskin battle. S\\c'.\ a trophy, similar to the Minnesota-Michigan "Little Brown Jug," would go to the victorious team, with the score beat Bcall and'Romncy at Paw Paw ing h lsc: .' ibed on ' lt every year. in -oMinr Tnnsrlav c-nmpR in other Tuesday games. Tonight's lone battle finds Emil Suder's Thomas High .passers 'invading Aurora. Coach Jesse . of Eidgc- ley. today announced that University High of Morgantown has been added to the _ Biackhawk schedule. Tutored by ^Homc? Pizer, former Keyser High coach, University will play at Ridgeley Friday night and singleton. Klo:z ripped the cora3jt nen complete a two-day invasion cf six times from the floor and /our j the district by engaging Romney times in as many tries at the.foul Saturday night in the Hampshire station'for 1G points, with, «v.:raj «of his goals going through witnour touching the rim; Hornstoin Leads Jewels - One of the most interesting of all New-Year's Day bowl games was the (Continued on Page 13) wan'j $15 each. They also want thc mileage fee upped. •It is understood that many of the principals arc willing to compromise by offering $8.50-instead of $10 per games, and S12.50 for eaclr officials working- in a «ity contest.' / Eight of the twelve players on the Villar.ova College basketball, squad are from Philadelphia, all four of the others from nearby New Jersey. NOTICE Qouncv t^Wr 'Allegany, which was victorious by | a one-point margin over Keyser Saturday night, meets Ridgeley Wed- TO nesday in one o' .the week's bi games. The Hldgelcy floor will be the scene of this game. On thc collegia!" front; Frosl- burg's 'State Teacher Bobcats go against Potomac 'State tomorrow at Keyser, . -,:. I'UOI'KSSIONAI. (Sunday Ghmcw •- - RochftUr. 3S, fit. -lauls M (HAA) Boston" OT. Tort W«ynt 69 i.BAAl C8. Sheboygiin 5-1 ^Jsivtlo KING OF KEGLERS—Connie Schwoegler acquired the crown and trophy.winning Hie national individual-match 1 game bowling clinmpionship, . Thc .Madison,. WLs., pin smasher . defeated - a field of 168 of the nation's best at' Chicago's Madison Street Armory. • Washington's" best player was Dave Hornstein, towering center, who was recently cut -loose by • the Dukes. Dfivc meshed ten poiou on four fielders and two sing'stons in leading the Jewel 'attack. . Johnny Ross, former Baltimore University, hoopman, made his debut In -the .Duke 'lineup and went scoreless. George Geaw played his usual stellar floor game for thc locals, breaking up opposing plays and snagging a good share of the rebounds. 'The Dukes are idle until next Sunday when they meet the front- brother,' Stove, has also rolled five running Wheeling . Blues here, i perfect, games. Both are members Wheeling is host to Butler tonight.|of thc Wyoming Valley Bowling and invades Aitoona next Saturday Association. night. Last night's lineups: .DOES IT AGAIN PLYMOUTH, Pa.—George Tome!: became the thirteenth man. to roll five 300 games In ABC sanctioned play. Tomsk counted his fifth in the Philip Roth Classic league in Luzerce, Pa., 1 on December Bth. Kis CUSTOMERS ciouti;, r pence, : Obcrhnus, c Klotz, e Bell, K .: BOSS, r rrlzzell,. I Johnson, c . Duy. c Clevmuw. B Orndortf. R ToUla ...... '. ....... 25 IVlll-Ulnflou ,C. RCCSJ. S ...' ........... 2 Blnlif, { ......... '. ____ 3 Bcnyak. c '. ........... 3 n. Forcincn, s ........ M Sharp, B ____ : ........ 0 BooUl, 1 ...... '. ....... 2 SiiilduM:y, c ____ . ..... n HornKtcln, £ ,..,,..... -1 r. -i-o ]-; " 3-:, . -1-1 1-2 o-o. o-l 0-1. 1-3 0-0 o-l 14-23 F. 3-21-5 3-1 O-o .1-1 2-4 1-1 Al Severance is in his 32th season as head basketball coach at Villun- ova College. to Tomis ;• n n-is :: «: Scorn by periods; DUKES 2-1 .IS M—C-l jpwr-i^ 13 ?3 "1—1.1 I Officials—Ed Spotti and-Gcorpc Zore'Jc. Try Our Complete ONE-STOP - SERVICE Mechanical and Body Work See "Dol" Miller CUMBERLAND LINCOLN-MERCURY 828 N.. Mechanic St. OF THE QUEEN CJTY BREWING CO. Effective Jan. 1, 1949 We are discontinuing- the delivery of ice in the city Cumberland. Our customers will be sewed by CHARLES F. MC ELFISH Route No. 3 Cumberlond who hos established delivery routes and will } . our former customers be happy to serve RETAIL SALES OP JCE "WILL CONTINUE TO BE MADE AT THE PLATFORM OF'THE ICE HOUSE AT THE BREWERY. QUEEN CITY BREWING CO. CUMBERLAND, MD. Au'be iecrs are about 87 %-water. So, inaturaUy, THE' BETTER' THE WATER,- THE' BETTER' THE* BEER! And it's Mountain Water that makes Old-Export taste better than any other beer -you've ever •tried—imported or domestic. Old Export is never bitter—never sweet, always tastes- just as you want it to. And remember, it's Mountain' • Water that makes the difference. You can get Old Export in bottles or cans. Try it. You'll like it* BEER THE CUMBERLAND BREWINO CO.,' CUMBERLAND,-MD.

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