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Phone 4GOO For a WANT.AD Taker j..a£SLAND, MD., MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1949 THIRTEEN CUMBbRLAND REAL ESTATE BOARD Only Members are best .qualified to -serve your needs in real estate maMers through specialized experience in the real estate Business and by their acceptance of established standards and 'principals. REAL ESTATE BOARD MEMBERS are "REALTORS'' m CUMBERLAND FOR SALE Two miles east or Oldtown, I have tvo 1-ctory irnrne bungalows., e&ch bnvlng 2 . rooms, and «. lot fronting 418 *eet on the Hlchway and runnlnc bach 209 tcet; FOR SALE DECATUR ST. Brlel: dwelling, 10 rooms, halls, bnlh, hot wnttr heat, arranged lor small npart.iner.ts and rooms, gnraRC. excellent business location, quick posies- 'STOREROOM AND StfOP 40}' GREENE 'STREET Excellent opportunity for ncrc small business In Cumberland's developing new business •apidly | section, i In League Race' Wasliinglo.il College Five To Battle GallaucIeL In Mason-Dixon Contest iBu The Associated Prc.i.1* The Mason-Dixon basketball pic- Immediate -possession. Hi tulles out omtown itouil li » priic- tlcally now one story stucco on concrete block, dwclllns havlne 5 rooms, electric, lurje porch, cellar, warm air lurnacc. (trice and summer kitchen. All In Rood condition. Lot 100x129. Price reduced to MUD. Immediate possession. C GLENN WATSON & SON INSURANCE AND REALTOR Centrally Located Home No. 207 Fulton' Street is a well built six-room ' dwelling ••with bath, steam heat, oak floors on first floor, concrete basement and garage lor one car. This home is in excellent condition and is equipped with aluminum storm windows • and screens. • • .."see PERRIN about it" J"cm= Bldt. on Pcrshlns St. ' Phone 122 CRESAPTOWN HOME Located on the Brant Road, in Cresaptown, we have this Modern Semi-bungalow of frame and -asbestos shingle construction, containing six rooms and bath. Hot air heat. Large basement with garage space. Own water system. Price $7,350.00.' D. .P. MJLLER'CO. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE ><o. 1 N. Ubcrty St. • Phono «3 ilon. Price on application. OLDTOWN ROAD., Brlcfc 'bulldlnc contains 11 rooms., 2 bnthR, ho'.-ulr heat registered, also rcjluurant equipped, with sood Income, and C.ne location lor birhcr shop, corner property. Price on njijillcn- tion, J.'L. HOWSARE WEST* -SIDE "We offer for sulc n modern 'brick dwelling ,lu The Dlnfflo fnclnx on Ernddock Koftd. Built in 1041, it, contains six roortis, tile 1 bftth, Rfti It red ''hot -\vutcr lieu 1 - sine! nl'.fichcd curate. Recreation room and In Vft lory Jn Inrgo basement.. Modern kitchen. Hardwood floors throughout. Fire- plnce. iarpe closets- with one cedar Jined. Insulated. Property in A-l condition. Cftn DC financed at low cost. Owner leaving to\vn and can give IMMEDIATE POSSESSION*. For price and Inspection phone-^ . k THE J. H. HOL2SHU CO. Insurance— Realtors— Bonding . 21 S. Centre St. Phone 458 Located on Park St., 30 room home and rooming house— 4 iurnlshed rooms renting Siit-age, 2 batds. Ho: water heat. Price on application, Bowling Alley — ( alleys doing good business, Modern ' living quarters, • not air forced heat. Located In ^ro^Ing community. Possession In 15 cfays. Inspection and prlco upon application. JEWELL & HUTTON General Insurance and Real Estate Rldsclcy, W. Va. Phone 1S43 or 1033-W This one sJory frame building contains approximately- J 600 square feet nnd provides storeroom',, of/ice and shop space; truck drive-in entrance; all utilities. Located in business zone' and available for immediate occupancy. Price $6000. M. D.. REIN HART AGENCY REALTORS £; INSURANCE . .'. ... Phone 1890' ' Liberty Trust Bldff. '• FOR SALE 307.Pu!nski Street:, Six room brick dwell' InK with buth. Containing hot water hent, hardwood IloorK, full concrete basement, and garage. Possession January 15th. Price on application. Second Street. "Double brfck dwelling. Six rooms and bath on cadi side. Kxccl- lent condition. Price on application. 326 North Mechanic' Street. Six room brick dwelling with bath, hot' water heat, full concrete basement. In excellent condition. Possession Jn two weeks. Priced to sell; WIEBEL and WORKMEISTER REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 115V4 Frederick ' Street Phono 3453 BUILDING LOTS Bedford Road '..50' \ - BO' 5 900 ScMtmd Avenue 50' x 100' 1090 Gordon. Street CLaVale):.50'xl25' 550 Brookfield .Avenue .35' x 175'' 1000 Hill Top Drive and ...'•' Caroline St. 76' x 130' °150 Virginia Ave. Business • location ;..38' x 106' 2000 • ROBERT' W. YOUNG Realtor : . , Pt , on ,, 4070 , "FOR 'SALE, Located 35 Frost Areauc. Frostburff. Md. is this modem Irame dwelling constating of eight, rooms including lour bedrooms »nd two tile bathrooms. Hardwood floors throughout. Owner Is Installinc new hot Tcater boiler In this property, Curate :for jamos on tap. Sharing the spotlight with two OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williami OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE onr car. Lot approximately 00x200 at once. Pries 512,000.00. it. FOR "SALE . Xev modtrn live room Spanish bungalow heated by hot air piped to each room. 2"ull boiernesi. House Insulated. Possession At once. Price upon application. JAMES W. BEACHAM REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 309 S. Centre St. Cumberland, cj Phone 2'78-J Phono 384-t LOCATED in Jive room brick—snrngc In Sasement—oil hardwood floors and hot air neat — price $8025.00. 305 GHANDE' AVE. — eight Toom frnmc dwelling—two apartments—lour rooms nnd bath each—hot water h'cat—price 57050,00. 040 PAYETTE Street—/tvc room bun£n!ow —hardwood floors, '.lie- bath, ga's ilred forced air furnace, completely landscaped .lot—Inspection by appointment—price on application^ LaVALE TERRACE. LnVale, Md.—two r.ew dwelling—adequate water supply. Price on application. BRADDOCK- ROAD—five room stone and cement dwellins—all hardwood, floors— Immediate occupancy—priced.at $11,500.00. D..C. GOODFELLOW, Realtor Phone 2893 REALT3STATF _ STORAGE -^INSURANCE Store or Shop c'wly constructed concrete block building, completed, except heating and plumb- Tcoc, fixtures. Contains one room nnd three smaller rooms. . Suitable lor store room or shop of any Double Dwelling Double frame .dwelling, six rooms nad bath each side. TVarm air heat. Double Barajc. 521-523 Avirett Avenue. Price 58,500. • HARRY B. SIMPSON .' Phones .632 ar.d 2981-w ' First National Bank Sulking 54-A—Display Classified MONEY! ON ARTICLES OP VALUE Unredeemed Plcdcci L-jgsnso a.ireain« CUMBERLAND LOAN COMPANY U N, Mochanlo it. . Phon. * Open to Jl:30 F. U., Dalit for yolcr Conc«nwnc0 CARS WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Reliable Motors Co. "The Lot With Tno Iran Fence" Cor. George & Harrison Srs. Phone 61 Evenings 3732 Save S Now We Guarantee Not To Be , Undersold 49 ford Cast Club Cpc 48 PlySp'c Dlxd DrScd 46 Chev FM 2 Or Scd 42 Chrys 4 Or Scd 41 Chryi 4 Or Sed 41 ChrxJ 2 Or Sfd 41 Ford 2 Dr Scd. 40 Dodge 4 Dr Scd 40 Ply 2 Dr Sed 40 Ford 4 Dr Sed 39 Chcv 2 O'r Sed 36 Chev 2 Dr Scd 36 Chcv Cpe J&L Motors Co Phom S4-A—Display Classified 7^ Sales -^ Service COLLINS G'.M.C. TRUCK CO. Kojitc 40 East ' Phone 822-J WATCH REPAIRING SPECIALIZING Hamilton. Ellin. Tuvanncs BOULEV/inD WATCHES MARPLE'S. :3-l N. CE.S'TItU ST. FRESII COME IN SEE EM CHECK EM WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRS 24 Hour Service SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE 62 Baltimore St. 54-A—Display Classified SALES HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins '& Schriver Motor. Co. '.' 133 S. Mechanic St. Phone 12. PAWN BROKERS Quick Confidential Loans On All Articles of Value HSAPQPABTERS FOR DIAMONDS Large Stock-of Unredemmed.Pledges HIGHEST PRICES PAID-FOR OLD GOLD 33 Baltimore St.' ' • • . • Phone 3770 For Your Convenience .Oycn-to 5:30 P.. M.. Daily , On Baltimore St. near Mechanic AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE' Wr;ngcr Rolls All. Washer* CUMBERLAND MAYTAG Mechanic fhono 26721 NO MATTER wsctncr you nuve oecn business R month,or ten years—there «r» probably hundreds o: people In and near Cumoerlaao who hnvo never heard ol you—people who need things—^m chandlse or jcrylce—Just what you hnve to nell. Times-News Want AdB will place your name, your wares and sen-ices you sell before n readlnc audience In excess a( 100.000 person*. TODAY'S BARGAINS USED CARS! 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PHONE 4782 OR 3813 outings apiece are Washington Col- IOBC and Hampden-Sydnny. both riding high in the loop standings. Hampden-Sydney, undefeated, in three games and tied with American University for first place, hooks up with the Roanoke Maroons Friday night. The Maroons, themselves are strong contenders,- having dropped only' one decision in four efforts. Washington.' • College, occupying third place with Loyola by . virtue of 'a victory in their only Mason- Dixon clash to date, faces ' wintas Gallaudet on the' same night, Atlicy Gets Chance This'one gives Coach Ed Athcv aj chance to -unveil his' prize forward, i Nick Scallion, on a foreign Coiifer- | ence- court. The left-handed Freshman, sank '25 points against Baltimore-University in' the only circuit j game played by the Sho'meu to I date. . • • . ; Saturday night's card pits- Bamp-! den-Sydney, against- Bridgewater, another four-and-one record holder, Washington College against Western : Maryland, and . Catholic University against Towson Teachers. Meanwhile, Wilbur' Bhelps, Baltimore U forward." continues to lead the' scoring parade or those who .1 ave battled in at least three Conference engagements. He's rac'.ced up an average .of 15 points a game. Losty Leads Catholic U. Just off the' pace is Jim Losty, ithplic U luminary with 'a 14.25 average. Like -Phelps," he's «een action in four Mason-Dixon. -loncests. Games scheduled for this week by teams In the Marylrmd-virgmia- District of Columbia area: ( .Tonight (Monday) — Maryland at North Carolina; Tuesday—Salisburyj— at Baltimore U., Maryland at Dav-; |- idson (Charlotte), Xavier at Loyola,!J. Towson at William, and Mary, Hampden-Sydney at Medical College (Richmond), Wilson at Gallaudet, Mt. St. Mary's at Sienna; Wednesday—Swarthmore at Johns Hopkins; • Thursday — .Wilson at Catholic U.; Friday—Baltimore. U. ac Waynesburg, Maryland. at Virginia, x-Washlngtorr at •.Gallaudet., Lynchaurg ' at Elon, x-Hampden- Sydney at Roanolcc, Johns Hopkins at Franklin sncl Marshall; Saturday —Baltimore U; at Erostburg, Navy at Princeton, x-Cathollc U. at Towson, American 1 U. at Semn'n., x-Hampden-Sydncy at Briclgewater, x-Western Maryland at Washington, Lyr.chburg at Atlantic Christian College (Wilson, N. C.) x-Confcrence gaine. ESATJ/VbU BOARDERS \MHO MADE rJO LET'6 IMPCOM& YOUR SOSH/ HEREAFTER, COATS AT TABLE ~MO MORE BIM1NG vJlTH VOUR. FACES BLOOMIrJG vJlTM STOBBLE NO fAOF2E CANNIBALISTIC CRAtvlMlKJG OF FOOD/ rr is^T TUPCT SERlOOS PARRIED HIS THRUST TAKlMS A HAYMAKER AT CNIL RIGHTS/ HASNi'T HE HEARD THIMKIMC3I COULD THIMK EVERY JOIMT LEA FREHDDM: TRAINS? EVO YEAR REFORM, WAVE TU\MAR.Te-D = WHY MOTHEV5S GET GRAY WISHING WELL ^Registered U. S. Patent Office. • s S 4 U 3~~ N 2 U . •} I 2 U 8 T 7 ' Y' 2 A 1 I •4 S 6 E 4 T 7 E 5 S' e , H $. 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I ?', B S CONTAP:™O KLVE ROOMS AND BASE- , cnt;a AS NO. 251 DKNC3 STREET, COMBEKLANIJ, MARYLAND. Under >md by virtue of 'n power of sale contained In a mortsngc dated April 8, 1P47. mid recorded RmoiiR • the Mortgngc ! •-• ,-, ,, :oi-dK of AllcRnny Cotir.ty, Maryland, in I «-• W «-» I I f\ Liber No, 104. fol:o 237. and duly. usMcncd J-'«i»'Ci.".j.v^ Tor the purpose -of foreclosure, default, hftvlnp occurred in the covenants and conditions in snld mortpase,. the undersigned AssiRncc of said mortgage -will sell, public* auction, alongside the, Gecond National Ennl: at the Southeast corner of Baltimore nnd Liberty Streets, In Cumberland, Maryland^ on TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. ia<9, AT 10:00 A". M.. nil thnt lot or parcel or ground situated on the Northerly Bide of Independence ~ eel in Uio City of Cumberland, AUc- Riiny County, Maryland, and the Improvements thereon, unci more particularly described as .follows, to wll: Bowl Contests (Continued /rom -page 5} offensive peak and.'led the nation in total offense behind the slingshot-throwing arm of Stan Heath, was throttled by a Villanova team that had lost two games and tied one. Villanova won the Harbor Bowl game at San Di-ego, 27-7, holding Heath to negligible yardage: 20 Games .Played ' ; A turnout of 558,223- gans paid more than $2,500,000 to see the,,20 games Saturday — the most ambitious football; climax in. history. . Besides the Texas and Southern Methodist victories, Baylor whippec Wake'Forest, 20-7, in the Dixie Bowl at Birmingham to give the boys from the cowboy country a clean sweep. • Clemson became the only team, other than Michigan, to finish the year without a 'blemish, thanks .to Jack .Miller's accurate toe. Millei Jacked a 22-yard' fourth period fie'.d goal that furnished the margin for ' Clcmson's one-point victory although Missouri scored later. Fullback John Par.elli or Notre Dame was the hero in tire East's H-12 victory over the West's scars in the Shrine game, played before 53,000 at San Francisco. Other Bowl-results:- Delta—William and Mary 20 Oklahoma A. and M. ti; Salad—Drake 14 Arizona 13; Sun—West Virginia 21 Texas Mines 12; Ratein—Occidental, 21 Colorado A. and M. 20; Prairie— Wilberforce- (Ohio) G Prairie View 0; Vulcan—Kentucky State 23 Greensburg. (N.C.) A! and 1 T. 13; Cigar— j Missouri Valley 13 ' St. Thomas i (Monn.) 13; Tangerine—Sul Ross 21 Murray State (Ky):21; Pineapple 47 Hawaii 27; Ori- S. Army Ground i-| Forces 13 U. S.-Air .Force 7; Ice— In New Jersey Race Revenue Annual Report Shows Big' Boost' Over Lual Year's Shore N By ED CORWGAN NEWARK, N.. J,—(/P)—The State of New ' Jersey realized $11,428,158.40 as its share ol the revenue The Sports Roundup By HUGH FULLERTON. JE, NEW YORK — C/P) — There are stvong : indications hereabouts that efforts are being renewed to organize the "Poison Ivy" League formally. . . . That "Poison' Ivy" tag was handcd,a group of a dozen or so Eastern colleges which, didn't cjuite fit into the.Ivy League backj when that "Ivy"' designation -still! Mighty Bird HORIZONTAL 1 Depicted bird of prey 6 For centuries it has been a. symbol ol — •U Seem 12 Waken was informal. They've tried to three State race tracks for ;h« 1948 season. In Its annual report to Gov. Al- I;'ed E. Driscoll yesterday, the commission expressed itself as satisfied witli the result. -In 1947, the State "took" $8,198,410.79, or roughly three-and-a-quarter-million dollars less than last year. The additional revenue State came about .through the new several times—the-last six years ago. . . . And this effort may fall 1 for the, same reason that doomed previous ones. Schools like- Colgate, Syracuse and Penn State, which, should be the standard, bearers, aren't showing much interest. . . . Right cow Temple and Rutgers apparently are I leading I leader, 15 Trap 17 Solidify 18 Higher 19 Spanish- saint 21 Preposition 22 Rip 24 Defect in speech 26 Bristle 27 To the. . sheltered side 28 Atop 29 Machine finish, (ab.) 30 Lone Scout (ab.) 31 Daybreak ' j (comb, form) 32 Personality 34 Fall in drops 37 Otherwise 38 Jewish month 39 Egyptian sun god 40 Ceremonies 46 Month (ab.) 47 The U. S. A. uses this bird as emblem 49 Crown. .50 Recede . . 51 Tidier • 53 Thoroughfare 55 Fixed look 56 Repairs VERTICAL 1 Heroic poen. 2 Likely 3 Earth goddess 4-Whip 5 The. sea bird ci this type is called 6 Female horse 7 Angers- 8 Depart ~' 9 Embrace 10 African fly. 11 Adjoins 13 Run. away to • marry IS Measure ol area 19 Change 42 Fatigue T 20 Shaded walks 43 Diphtbont •• 23 Coral islands 44 Ancient Sjtto ' 45 Wash ;;•.;: 48 Perched .. :.. 25 English city 32 Small finch 33 Makes proud 35 Metrical foot 36 Investigate 41 Brain passage 54Half.an «m- 50 Finish '., .. ; '.: ; 52 Tantalum-. the way; Pitt, a former more interested.in its racing lav, through by which was pushed Gov. Driscoll. The breakage was. increased from five cents'to 10 cents, the State taking it all. New Jersey received a higher percentage o£ the betting based on a sliding scale as total wagering increased.' . . . The law went through over the protests, of th-e' track owners, some of whom claimed the' additional "bite" would forces them to close. Of the three tracks, Monir.outh. Park and Atlantic City each jumped in both total attendance and total handle over '47, while Garden State dropped in both. . 'Monmouth's attendance was 600,350 as against 509,041 a year ago, and its handle was ?48,356,G35 com- pascd to $43,371,116 in '47. Atlantic City's.attendance jumped from 504.434 to 542,540, while its handle went up from $47,077,675 to $50,571,473. Navy All-Stars 25 Klndley Flyers (3. (Continued from page 5j / put the game on ice by out-scoring j ths visitors C-0. Arnone accountec; i for two baskets and Sitter tallied j one as the game ended, 44-38. i • , Anione Leads Attack | Arn'one paced the Explorer's attack, with 19 points on eight field' goals and three free throws while Sitter was LaSallo's with 13 markers. second best BEGINNING for the sfimc a', a point en | f:un f or the Northerly side of Independence Street |jr" "" at the end of « feet on the' fourth line I five fiel SchirruTikigcr was the big with 15 points or. fielders and 'six for eight fouls. Bis Ten ties and West Virginia is being by-passed. Maybe the Mountaineers'should make a pass at the Southern Conference if they want league competition. Quote, Unquote Jack Onslow, Chicago White Sox Manager: "I'm going witli Fred Hancock as n:y shortstop, next season' because it could be his making .0 have Freddie playing ahead of Luke Appltng. Not many. Rookies ever have had a chance to say they had an Appling. as'their relief." ' Monday Matinee Word from" the South is that Tulanc's Monk Simons has dropped! Hummeii, i a few hints that he'd like.,to get back into more active coaching. ... Joe Beggs, veteran relief pitcher j Kintcr, who never had a losing, season in Major League ball, is interested in Ridgeley Passers Top Garretl, 34-31 The Ridgeley American Legion basketball team of the Central YMCA League was turned back bj the Garrctt (Pa.) Independents' last night In' the preliminary contest to the Washington-Dukes game on the SS. Peter and Paul court by'the score of..34-31. Ridgeley led 12-10, at the end of the first quarter and 25-24, at the close of the third period. The Garrett quint was on the long end of an 18-17 count aC halftlme.'' Hay. and H. Zembower collected 23 points for the" winners during the hard - fought. contest, while Bob Stangle was the top scorer for the Lesion with nine. Garrett. made good two out o' its five foul shots while the Legion was only able to connect with seven out of 18. The lineups: G Dashing Cotton" H»y. 1C. Zcmbowcr, c N, Zembowcr, ff . Garden State's attendance was i an Eastern college baseball coaching 573,325 compared to G82.9G1 last!Job'. You can- blame the ^American year and its handle 349,534,033 as " ~ "" against SS6,5S7,G1G in 1947. Gard«n State .operated two days less last year while Monmouth Park was given an extra six days. Three Tilts Slated, In T'Loop Tonight TMCA SENIOR LEAGUE STANDING OF CLUBS Ctlmberlnnd Lesion 9 0 B, &: O. Bncfcsliops 7 2 Cuiv.bm-lund Atnvcts .... G 2 Rldcclcy Legion 5 -4 Mnplesldi- 3 5' Niwn! Jloscrvc -3 5 B. P, o. Elks 3 6 rhif rtosiirvo ........ 2 7 Cresnrj Pnrh 1 8 THIS WEKIC J.OOO .778 .750 .550 .375 .373 .333 .122 .111 8: ;8. 0:15. r.dny— 7::s, Amvcts vs. Nuvul Roserve: the hlirh scoring Texn Mnplcsldo vs. Cumbcrlnnd >6l™: hn«1-cMvi11 form which B. A: o, vs. B. p. o. Bits. • BaskctBau team, unicn y—8:30. Ci-csaptou'n vs. ^yarlllc CSL'ITC; 3:15, Mnplcsldc vs. HJticeley. Friday—7:13, 13. & o. vs. Navnl Reserve: 8:15, Crcsnptomi vs. Cumberlund Leltlou: 9:15, Ivliirlnc Reserve vs. B. P. O. Ijlks. Three games' arc scheduled for .onight in the Central YMCA Bas- ;etb,ai] Lcnguc on the "Y" court. In the openlilK contest the Cumberland Amvcts will be sec-Icing their eighth victory of the season when ;hey clash with the Naval Reserve at 7:15; The Sailors are now tied for or til lot described In a <iocci Irom Catherine Gnau to Knnlgundl C. Gnjiu, tinted September 0, :,8!H, nnd recorded In Liber 01 Polio 342 or the Land necords of'All'.- County, nnd running thence wltli wild '.fourth llne ; reversed, South 38 dc- Krecs Enst 45 Cect to the line of Witts Lot, thence with the line ot utiid Witts Lot North 44 decrees.27- minutes Eiist 100 reft'to n stake, tliencc->"orlh 37 depress 35 minutes Wes: 35 Tcct. thenco South 50 degrees 15 minutes West 03.5 feet to the Northerly 'nlde or Independence Street nt the plncc -of beginning. ' IT bclnp the. snine property V-hlch wns conveyed to Earl A. Your.pblood Ijy Pnul E. Bnise and Lois A. Bra^B. his wife, oy deed dated April B, 1347, and recorded amonp the Land- Records ol AllcRany County, Maryland, in'Llucr No. 214. iollo 3C5. • ' THIS PROPERTY.IS IMPROVED BY A TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING COVERED WITH INSUL.-STONE. CONTAINING FIVE BOOMS BUT NO BATH.- WITH A METAL ROOF AND STONE FOUNDATION, AND A BASEMENT. THERE IS NO CENTRAL HEATING PLANT. THE PROPERTY IS EQUIPPED WITH GAS. ELECTRICITY AND WATER. AND TS IN A PAIR CON LaSalle outscored the Marauders ,'i'jfth place - with the Mapleside from the field, 20-12, but was able,Merchants, both teams having won to sink only four out of 19 i'ree shots while Alloona inadc 14- for 20. The lienups: LA SALLE Sell, r K1t!-.mll:er, . Sitter., c ... Arnone, g . Burke, s : Leo. t Miller, Farrnll. [ Wood, R Close, g Total'; "I Sehlmniir.ger. . McConvlle, r rtei.smclcr, c . Fatlp:\ntc, p . Donnelly, s .. Srur.hu'oer. I Rutherford, £ \VaMnna. c . Cnssldy, g ... DITION,. AND THERE .IS A . TWO CAR j Kelly, p CONCRETE GARAGE WTH COMPOSITION ROOI* ON THE PROPERTY TERMS OP SALE: Cash on tile day ct sale unless otherwise arranged with the A35lsnec. 1 IVILLI/ur "C. WALSH, Assignee. —Adv.-T-Dtc. H-:i-28-Jan. 3 . 0 . 1 . 0 . ) . 0 . 0 . 0 .2(1 Cr . 5 . 2' . 1 . 0 .- 2 . 0 .' 0 . 0 . 0 . o X 0-0 0-3 1-2 3-7 0-1 0-3 0-1' o-: o-o o-o c-o •i-ID F 0-8 0-1' 1-1 •1-1 1-2 •o-o :-! 0-0 0-0 3-3 0-0 three and lost five. The Amvcts arc holding ciown second place with a seven wins againsc two record . of PF pts. • setbacks. 3 5 0 •1 gi In the second tilt, which will be 'staged an hour-later, ;he Merchants will exchange baskets with the league-leading Cumberland American Legion, The Legion has racked J up nine victories against none lost.' The second-place B. & O. Back- shop will meet the B.P.O. Elks in Adorns, f Totals- 12. Score ijy periods: . W SALLE .'.... ' !4 W 3B—H ALTCONA 11 21 2B 38—38 Officials—Clifton Vnn Tiohy nnd J-jcr:ni\n ?cU Bowling Congress, in part, for the suspension of Eastern . Hockey League activities' -thL- season. The circuit found it couldn't operate without Atlantic City and Atlantic City couldn't operate with the ABC taking over the auditorium for some four months. Putting On A Good Face k .Bill-.Chandler, Marquette TL basketball coach, notes that his players require, more time now to 1 prepare for games. Besides -dressing and taping, as before, they now take time to comb 1 their hair neatly. . . . The reason, says Bill, is that Marquette's games are being televised. . . . What, no pancake makeup?. End Of The Line Seven of the first ten players on Texas Weslcyan comes East this month, are freshmen or sophomores. Their lack or experience showed up against Southern.. Methodist when they'missed 22 out of 25 free throws. .. . Chicago pro basketball followers wonder if Whitey Kachan, former De Paul star, is headed from the Stags to the Boston Celtics in n. trade. George Kr'chblcl, Detroit turfman- writer, showed up at Tropical Park with a one-man hlllbJllv bund. . . .The ItlDCKI.KY Ilurtmiiil. r .. Lehman, f ... C, PtlJl.'Jps, c Thompson, B Wilson., g Stnnglc. f ... J. Phillips, c Reynolds, e; .. Day, g Totals Score hy periods: GARRETT KIDOELEY ..: -. Rereree—Flanagan. 10 1Z Tappin< F 0-0 0-0 3-2 1-2 0-0 0-3 2-3 3-5 C-l 0-3. 0-0 (Continued Iron: page 5) . Ice Bowl play-ed at, Fairbanks,Alaska. Billed as the "farthest north football ever," (lie Ice Bowl attraction found the University of Alaska- and Ladd Field battlinff. to a scoreless tic. The gome was played- hi "warm" Dash-to the shops right Ironfyoar broon^s and mops in this pretty cot-, ton! .New iashionrdetaUs—wlde-re- vcrs,. biff pockets, -a- tiny waistline accented-with Insets.. Pattern 4776 sizes 12, 14,'. 16, 18. 20; 30; 32, 34, 36, 38, 40,. 43. Size 15, 41» yds. 35-ln.;. -?« yd. contrast. Tills pattern; easy to -use", simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions.' .... SenU TWENTY-FIVE cents in 25-degre'S-below-zcro weather and tolas for 'this pattern to The Eve- attracted 500 fans.'Players had ex- '•" .- - - pectcd it would be 50 below. .Times, 42 Pattern. Dept, 243 West 17th St., New York 11, S.' Y. one-ma:i hillbilly, bane!, guy with a Harmonica and Guitar! couldn't make a noise as loud as George's clothes.. So the 33 men on each team—11 iprint plainly NAME, ADDBESS-with men substituting every five minutes ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. to ward bfl' frostbite—did :iot wear .• n you.'rc size 12 to 42, see -your" the fur parkas as planned. They new line for a figure divine in o'or played in mittens and Eskimo boots ANNE ADAMS. "Winter Pattern, on a field covered by n. foot of snow. Book. Send for it today—only liT- • The Rrldlron was nmrkcd. oil with teen cents morel Paallion imlinrttcd, for any time, purse, or figure! Gifts.. for all the family, plus SREE'pat- tern of a' hosiery case, printed in book! BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA .STANDINGS .NEW YORK, Jan. 2 (/P)—Basket- aall Association of. America standings, including last night's games: didn't have any arguments about whether a. player stepped out ol' bounds. They just looked at Ills footprints in the 'snow. Before tile Ice Bowl Kitme, Brig j Gen. Dale V. Caflr.ey of Ladd 'Pj< crowned Queen Katherine Daly -of Lomita, Cal, who'-sat on a blanketed throne 1 of ice. • the final contest at 9:15. LOS TWO IN ONE ANGELES, Calif. — WESTERN DIVISION W. : 17 Us IB 13 Fort WHync , IndlunapolJs Two bowlers missed scoring 300 games by one pip. on the snipe night here. William Sneed posted a 299 in the Valley Junior Classic at Magnolia Bowling Center, and Ted Woerpel counted 299 in the - Los Angeles Masonic League at the Pan Pacific Lanes. Both Clemsoii and Missouri, 1949 3ator Bowl opponents, are called the Tiger.':. Washington New York Baltimore ' Philadelphia Boston EASTERN DIVISION -3 17 ' 34 11 10 4 8 13 16 15 23 ret. .080 .CG 1 .050 .500 .333 .85: .681 .519 .107 .-100 .115 Providence Snturdliy's RcMllts Washington 92, Chicago 90 Baltimore 72, Boston C7 Indianapolis .78, Providence 77 Rochester 106, SL. Louis 83 New York 88, Philadelphia 80 Minneapolis 02, Port v/iiync 72 George Washington University's basketball squad plays 23 games this i Slanky Will Discard Crutches This Weekend MOBILE,'A]a.—(/l 3 )—Eddie Stanky, Boston Braves second baseman,.will discard liis crutches this weekend. Eddie was operated on- here December 18 for removal of bone fragments from his right anlke. The ankle was broken in a collision in a game last July. Stanky said liis doctor told him yesterday that the ankle "is healing perfectly:" He added that, he is thinking of- taking up golf in ' an effort to strengthen the ankle. D. C. Wilcutt, flashy ace of the 1948 St. Louis U. five, is playing for the St. Louis Bombers in the Basketball Association of America. MacArthur Allows Japs To Fly Their Own Flag TOKYO — ffl — General '• ^Tie- Arthur gave, the Japanese bact their'flag today, telling .them-ice?. could fly.it any place,.any"time- Thus, for the first" time slnce-the . surrender, the Rising Sun emblem can flutter from the staffs of Japan . without 'special permission.,'. '.',! MacArthur in a. special New Year's message also mentioned "nationalism" — a -word almost taboo no\y in tliis land where tanatlc : led to war. ana misery. . MacArthur said he hoped the Has would stand as' ".a.-- firm, advocate for a concept of nationalism ever subordinate to the universal lawi . . within, the family of nations." On an' average- women are said.' live longer than, men becaus* they live<juieter lives and do.aot take so many risks.- The thorn of the rose is-onl? hardened hair.