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Phone '1 GUI) For a WANT AD Taker EVENING - TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.,, . THURSDAY, JANUARY 6. SEVENTEEN MutuelTake At State Race Tracks Lower Governor Lone Seeks Belter Co-operation With Olher Stales BALTIMORE—(/I 3 )—The intake a " Maryland race tracks is dwindling says the State Racing Commission and the remedy is better interstat co-operation. The intake last year was S80.553,- 560. of'which'the state's share-was S3.844.102. The pari-mutuel handl at the four one-mile tracks in Maryland—Pimlico, Bowie, LaureJ and Havre De . Grace—was lower In 1948 than 1947 by nearly '$15,' 000.000. or 15.36 per cent.. The half-mile tracks were $500,000 below J947, or 3.09 per. cent.' : In its annual 'report to 'Governoi Lane-; the commission said, the,answer is for Maryland and neigh b->r- Ing suites each to "make some concessions to the others- and restrict its number of days of racing within reasonable limits." It added that the. avoidance ol uonnieUng'dates "is becoming difficult if not impossible with the Increasing number of days of racing in neighboring states." The Rovej-nor was told that con current sessions last year at Havre . De Grace and Garden State (Camden. N. J.) ended by hurting both tracks. Another Havre ,De Grace session last year, moved up to midsummer to avoid another conflict, did even worse. All the mile tracks showed a decrease, with Havre .De Grace doivn nearly 30 per cent and Pimlico down more than 16 per cent. Of the half-mile tracks Marlboro fell more than 13 per ,cent. Bel 'Air fell slightly while the other half-mile tracks showed slight in- cr,eases. ... The report backed, a request- of the county fair associations.- wr/lch asked a lightening of taxes boosted by the legislature 'two years ago. Grantsville Drops Seventh Straight GRANTSVILLE—'Grantsville High was defeated in its seventh straight basketball game' here last night, losing 25-14 to Stoystown (Pa.) High. The visitors took a 7-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and were never headed. Eppley paced ..the winners with cisht points on three field goals and two free throws, while Bender collected a like number for the local cagers. • . • . Stoystown's Junior ".Varsity won the preliminary contest over the Granisville Jayvees by the score of 35-10. The lineups: t "... TARGET FOR TODAY By Marvin FORT HILL'S BASKETBALL chartip/! n, ptdr ihaf I/ / and' f defend i Murakowski's Fumble Score Red-Hot Topic . Rose Bowl Argument . Furnishes Fuel Fen- Coast's 'Hot Stove' PASEDENA. Calif.— (A')— It's been chilly -In 'these parts, but the arguments over Art Murakowski's. touch! down for Northwestern ill the Rose Bowl are- warming up the whole landscape today. These arguments are, of course, •unofficial, but for the fans' .hot, stove there.'s «f uel aplenty, for a whole lor.g' winter; maybe many winters. Officially, Curbing 'Bench Quarterbacks' Recommend e d By RulesGroup By RCSS NEWLAND - ' . SAN FRANCISCO—(/P)—Football rule changes aimed. at liberalizing: free substitution, while curbing- "bench" quarter backing:," were proposed to th'e^Nationar Collegiate Athletic Association:today. .'. ' - ' , • .. '• The advisory rules committee of the American Football Coaches' Association recom-j. " : - : ~ mended that -free substitu- J?oi'l Hill''SIX Again. tw\cHM(riu roor&ALL.focce^ AND /MMMiN<r l ---'8c>-Bw TO-BAJKeTZAU A^BA/f8AU,',"M/ DIAMOND reAM WNNMfr AND cMFeReMCf Tine/ lt/jfti&&^ f Stagle, sub ToUil.i 10 .Non-scorlnc- sub— Dhrnharu •KeiMrr. 1 Bcr.dtr. f -.... CronT. c Yommcr, c Milltr. c 2kf]jcy. sub ,1 - 1-1 • .0-3 • -..1-3 0-0 . 6-15 Totals Brennaman. Score by periods: STOySTOVi'.V. ...,., GRANTS\1LLE Rcleree—Grimm. 0-1 0-0 1-2 1-1 14 18 " 13 that Scoreboard' still says Northwestern 30, California 14; That's the 1 way it'llvstuy.. Thc discussion centers ther i*. -•—• V --- ~ r iA native o Cbnn: t $oblp? Cavanauf came to Cumberland i n i Jollott'In^ a bri Iliaitf afhl^t carffi* ai AVa/hin&on Collie. ^ II \vj/ jf IVa/hin^ron, a/ a f oo4-" ball/4sar,'4haf he became nofed Jor hi/ dropl^in/aBiJij/. Many a ji'eld/oal wa/ racked up fy hi/ duc ••toe.- The lowfc/f~-a5f-/ard boot!!! " X ^l*H3.tVMPL'>.-LAf.U Tit. tions. be. permitted between plays when possession of the ball change."; from one team to the other, as well jas wh^on time is called out. A coach at present may send in players in batches, (the so-called "platoon 1 ' •system) only-when .time'has been called. . • Also recorhmended..by the Advisory .Committee was elimination, of the present rule permitting substitution .of a man after'awry play while the clock is running. YSuch a change would help elim- jnate quarterbacking from the bench"" commented" Coach Tuss Mc- Laughry 'of Dartmouth, a member of the committee. McLnughry declared the proposed changes would permit "wider laxity in the free substitution rule, while curbing such evils a.s n conch sending in a string of quarterbacks or instructions carriers after every piny." ' . Substitute' When Time Is'Called The change would permit substi- ,-ution of a player only when time lias been called. Other rules changes advocated by; the Advisory Committee included: Reinstatement of the pre-19-12 Their "own 2^'yard" line.""" i rule >rmHtmg a "reverse.centei-- ione who faces his own backfield. make ineligible to receive a around'.-whtit fulibnclc* Murakowski did or didn't do, the newspaper pictures thereof, the telecast and what the. fans saw, or thought they saw; Mural:owski fumbled, and they'll argue from here to there on who- fumbled an instant before or after he crossed the Cal line.-The officials ruled it a touch- on • the Aground- he had possession of the ball crossing the-final white line, then fumbled. That ninde the score 13 to 7 for Northwestern. If the decision had' been that Murakowski fumbled, before crossing the line, the score would have stayed at 7-7- at the moment and recovery of the loose ball in the end zone by ^California's Will< Lotter would have given tile Bears the ball on ' Several newspaper pictures seem that 3 Tops Grantsvilie "The 1 Fort' Hill Kig-h girls,basket-. baJl team .swept 1 its home-and-horoe ' series with Graiitsville High lassies by winning yesterday_at Grantsville,; 14 to 10. The locals took the opener here, 45-14. • ..Miss Conway of Fort Hill 'and Miss Yoinmcr of Grantsville cncll hud eight points to share scoring 1 honors. It was revealed 'today by Mrs. HenrJctta'Snyder, coach of the Fort Hill sextet, that'Ann.Kirby, one of stars of the local team, will be lost to the squad for. most of the season, having undergone .on, appendectomy at Memorial Hospital.- Yesterday's lineups: bled before he gofto the goal line, I fonva -' fi , but even some hot neads concede I f nou s h back Rationed close to recene I-'iirt Hill (H) Conway Ciuiicron Adams Cage Mlllcv Decker ..' Score by periodic POUT HILL , QRANTSVLLLE CmntkVUfr <lrtj Yommer ., Durat. KeUter . ..Kamp .. Jones . 3 « H -I—M .,2 2-2 -<— JO Field KOnls—Conway ^, Adams 2, Tfom- mcr 3. " u!s — Co 0-2, 'Adams 0-6, H»rd- Inccr 2-2, Yommer 2-2, Durst. 0-1, Xelster 0-1. Substitutes — Fort Hill—Warner, inper, Grantsvillc—RavenscroJt. Referee—Bill Grimm. thai camera angles are deceptive. ' hnnl-to- , exchange of the ball, Moose Seek Eighth Win I<LJ ^umcju, uu^-ito -.ti v; ucwcj-iiiivc. j - rr , , 1 . , .. _~; -. , Here's'what s ohv ol the officials I ?<*lare a forward pass grounded Tonight Against Rldgeley .,. ... behind the goal line of the offensive - . • Say: . Referee Jimmy C»in; "Jay Berwanger' cPield Judge) was in a position to see the play and he called Murakowski over the, goal line for a touchdown. The 'rule is explicit . on the point that when goal team to be a down instead of a safety, thus encouraging more goal line passing. Give Receiving- Team Option Give the receiving: team the option, -of' running" tbe ball out of the the ball"passes on or over the. goal end zone on a-kick from scrimmage, line it is a touchdown. On his de- the same as on a free kick or cision, which had to be right be-jkickoff. cause, he wns where lie could see, Murakowski" had possession of .the ball when he crossed' the line." Berwauger, famed former • Uni- versicy of CJiicago star, checked out of his hotel without comm'enting (Tug) Wilson. Big publicly. Kenneth County Tenpiii RaceResumes "The second-half race of the Allegany County Tenpln League is scheduled to get under 'way tomorrow night with four matches on tap. Silver' Lanes keglers, winners of .he first half, meet Hj'gienic Sanitation on. the Lanes pinways, Century A. c. and Workman's closh at Frost- By LAWTON CARVER • SPORTS EDITOR, INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE WMI Girls' League Nine Commissioner: "I saw him tBerw.anger) give the touchdown signal immediately arid empriatical- and he was straddling the goal i line." " ... Coach Lynn Waldorf of California: "If the officials said he was that's good The present rule provides that any punt that goes over the 1 goal .line is an automatic touchback and the ball is placed in action on the 20-yard line. The coaches rejected a move to revive the old rule permitting a downed player to get to his feet and run with the -ball. The coaches also discussed safety of playing equipment. Chairman Lou Little, of Columbia University, said the great majority of coaches po^ed by questionnaire had urged that continued study be given to | over the- goal line ! enough for me." i Coach Bob Voights of Northwest'icrn: "Our boys are sure Art'-go Jthe ball across—you only have'to getijj on to the, wearer than other "types of molded headgear. . - protective devices, particularly helmets./ He, said the survey indicated that NEW YORK, (INS) — Citation! two months time before he resumes likely will not race until July, while' training. The handlers are there now is,talk of Stymie coming!not ones to hurry a horse, and it >,„ „ r-,,™v, i ^ »r,, • CH^ ™ri i back £ o the turf. ' • 'I now appears he will not race again i Ch r uck?esme™W*fc4^" ™™ tw ° developments change! until July. Meanwhile, if Stymie J and the ™MtbuiT Moose °ang"ei the picture completely In.-the battle'returns'to the wars he might each r.DiiourK jviooit. ui.-bn..,._. tnc two Rreat thorough- the prized goal before Citation. Singer Interested In BuVinfif Eagles y ~ ~ PHILADELPHIA—VP)—The Philadelphia Eagles, who lost $32,000 for pwner Alexis Thompson in winning the National Football League championship -last season, are dc linitely up for sale. • . -.. Thompson, disclosing this yes'tci dnv in New York, said the price ta "Is no • less than S250.000 and n higher than $300,000." ' Genera Manager'Charles Swart was authoi ized to negotiate with prospectiv buyers. 1 Thompson, who revealed rccentl . he' also lost money on his. club I 1947 when "it.won the eastern divi slon title. e>rplained that the dif Terence in- his sale price "will b settled on the. basis of new equip meat we've purchased and ticke sales for next season," Frankie Laine, radio and record ins stager, said in Hollywood las night.that he had wired/.liompso; he was interested in buying, th Bagles. . . • Esrart scotched a report tha radio Comedian Jack Benny wa interested. The asking- price that Thompson fixed does not include the club' training lodge at Saranac Lake New York. This building, a,forme small summer hotel that Thompson remodeled at a cost of more - than SoO.OOO,. also is the training quarter^ \j' tie New York Rangers' ice hockej warn. Thompson said he -would like to Tent it to the new owners. with Cresap Pharmacy at Silver between the two great thorough — l->T*oHe • t-i-v V\A^i-\rv\a +Vin -firef Virtvcn I* breds to become the first horse in Chuckles (it Moose; Century A. C. fit Silver Lanes; Workman's nt Hygienic Sanitation. Jnn. 2l-7-ChuclcIes nt • Cuntury A, C,; Pharmacy ut Hygienic Sanitation; Mo'osn at -Workman's; * Silver Lanes at Music Workman's; REVENUERS TRIP FROSTBURG; 61-53 " The Original R'eveauers;- independent basketball team, won theii first game of the Mason Tuesdaj night when they turned back the ?rastburg Merchants at Frostburt -by the score of 61-53. • The Revenuers .took a 12-8 leac at the close of the first quarter and were never headed. Tommy Clooman and Jlmmie Collins were the big guns'for the winners with 12, points each while Jim Sisentrout^paced the losers with 13. - The teams will play a return engagement irext week on the Frostburg State Teachers' College court. The lineups: ' KEVKNBEJIS • 0 Cunninrhom. f. 5' Kriiy. t 5 Blsul. c ..'.,. 4 ClMmsn, s r , Collins, p ... Mnrry. sub .. SIKH CHANTS" Thoma.i. r . .. Elspnlroul, c 2 \2 B. Lnnctin, % 2 Scarpclh. sub ^ 1 i: 8 01 rid. . n 31 13 10 . 4 II Totals Score Changed A reclieck of the official scorebook showed that Fort Hill High School's basketball team defeated Central" High of. Lonaboninp; Tuesday night by the score r>f 37-23. The score was previously stated as 35-23 in.favor of the Sentinels. Fort Hill's John Al- dcrton tallied 19 points instead of 17 »«credited, ' ' The complete second-half schcd- nistory to win a million dollars Jr. ule, as announced- by Secretary purses. Charley Hoenicka, follows:. • Less than a month ago, the situa- Jun. i— silver Lunes •:.<, Hyclcnie sanitn- tion was entirely different. 'Stymie, lion; Centurj A. C. nt Workmtra's: Music I th ^j.^ng,; ]eader witll a tota ] of Shop at Chuckles; Moose nt Phiirmncy. ' lfn .. oor . "., u ^^« r«^ mn ,, «,,4. - f f- Jim. n—piuirmncy »t Music Shop; 5911,335, had been farmed out after being-, injured in a race at Monmouth Park last summer. Fate had halted the march of the Jacobs' "Cinderella • Horse" just as it had', stopped Assault and'.Armed, Citation's stablemate—-a'.l potential 'candidates to reach the miilion- 'dollar goal. Citation, meanwhile, seemed to be' living a charmed life as far as the injury jinx was concerned. He had. just swelled his', earnings to S865,150, less'than $50,000'short'of Stymie's total, by winning the $50,000-added Tanforan Handicap. • • Ahead' of the wonder horse, apparently at his mercy at- Santa Anita, lay the $100,000 Maturity'and possibly the Santa -Anita -Handicap of approximately equal value. Shop. Jon. 28—Music Shop Moose nt Silver Lanes; Hyclcnlc Sanitation at, Chuckles; Pharmacy at Century A. C. Feb. 4—Hygienic Sanitation nt Moose; Century A. C. 'at Music Shop; Workman's at Pharmacy;'Chuckles at. Silver Lanes. Feb. 11—Sliver Lanes at Workman's; "Pharmacy at Chuckles; Moose nt "Music Shop; Century A. C. at Hygienic Sanitation. Feb. 18—Century. A. C. .a: Moose; Music Shop at Hygienic Sanitation; Plinrmacy at Silver Lanes; Workman's at Chucklea. Feb. 25—Chuckles at Music Shop; Pharmacy at Moose; workman's at. Ccnturf A. C,: Hyslcnlc Sanitation nt Silver Lanes, March 4—Oliver Lanes nt Century A. C,; Hyeienlc Sanitation at Workman's; Moose at chuckle!,: Music Shop at.Pharmacy. March 11—Moose at Workman's; Music Shop at Silver Lanca: Hygienic Sanitation at Pharmacy; Century A, C. at Chuckles. Mnreh 18—Chuckles nt Hygienic Sanitation; Century A. C. ftt Pharmacy; Silver Lanes at Moose; Workman's nt Music Shop. March 25—Pharmacy at Workinnn's; Silver Lanes at Chuckles; Music Shop at Century A. C.: Moose at Hygienic Sanitation. . ' / ^ April 1—Hyeienlc Sanitation a't Century A., C.; Music Shop at Moose; 7 Chuckles at Pharmacy; Workman's' at Silver Lanes. April 8—Sliver Lnncs at. Pharmacy: Chuckles nt-"Workman's; Hygienic Sanlta- Free-For-All Marks Jersey City Scrap JERSEY CITY, N. J— (/P)—Fighters, seconds, .managers ar.d 1 spectators milled in a free-for-all last night at Jersey City Garden when Mike De Cosmo, Elizabeth, iscored seventh-roun'd TKO over Tony'Ric- cio, Bayonne. <, The official verdict in the scheduled nine-round bout touched off the melee. Riccio, 748, lunged from his corner to swing at De Cosino, 144 y^. Seconds and managers jumped into the ring. A- score of spectators joined them. Fights broke out at the ringside. A dozen policemen restored order. No. one was injured. Riccio .told reporters later that De Cosmo'had butted him with his head in the fifth-round, opening a. Then the roof fell in. It developed severe cue over one eye. that the great Calumet Farm three- > The Bayonne 1 boxer'was unable to year-old had popped an osselet on;answer the bell for the seventh be- Tipcff lime is 3:30 p. m. Fort Hill's Sentinelettes; defending champions of the circuit, play their first game next Wednesday, meeting Lonaconing's Central team here, while Allcgany swings into action for the first time on January 14 against Bea.ll at Ccunpobello. ' Cieo Rice' ar.d May Smith will be the officials'in tomorrow's lidlifter. through the line and over before somebody grabbed me from behind and pulled me back for a second. That's, when I lost- the boll." From there on the hot stove league takes over. Tallest player 0:1 the Santa Clara basketball squad is Bob Sunderland, six-four. . The 1949 meeting; js Hia-'eah's 22nd racing season. The track opened in 1925, but did'not, operate in ZB27, 1943 and 1945. OTHER SPORTS NEWS ON" PAGE 23 The . Cumberland Moose will be . seeking their 'eighth,straigh; basketball victory, of the season tonight when they exchange baskets with, the Ridgeley. American Legion of.. the Central "2MCA League on the . SS. ' Peter and Paid, court at 9 o'clock. ;' ' ... The last Moose victory was a. 76-. 36 triumph, over Prostburg -Ameri- • can Legion Tuesday night at Frost- • burg. " .' ••. NOW OPEN! The Dolphin Bar 107 N. Ccntr. Sf. featuring • SEA FOODS • Oysters on . tfc«.. Holf Shell • .Shrimp ' • Clami • Oyircr Srcv Beer Liquori Wine tipn «t Music S A. C. Mooae nt Century BASKETBALL RESULTS (By The Associated Press)' EAST : '.Westminster (Pn.p 57, St. Francis (Pa.) 5C ••Pcnn Military 72, Ursinus 50 Scrnnton 80, Lebanon Valley 5D Rider 72,. Mornvlan 63 Boston Co!lc(!c 5D. Boston TJnlv. S3 "Bluencld (W. Va.l 42. .Shnw 30 Holy Cross- C4. Hurynrd 48 Columbia 71, rordham 38 Villanova. 78. Rutcers 61 - Princeton ear-Pennsylvania- 52 Pitt 48. Carnecie Tech <3 Temple C8, Delaware' -17 Drexcl 84, Phlla. Pharmacy 45 Sclort Hnll BO, .Xavlcr (Cincinnati! 5: -, Wash-Jen. 60. West Vn. Wcslcynn 43 '.MIDWEST St. Louis 5", Bradley 44 DcPuul 30. Oklahoma Agides 3! Western Reserve -10, Mt. Ur.ion 37 Bowling Green lOhlol 70, Kent State 63 Taylor CD,' Kings (Del.I 57 Akron 78, Youngstown 57 - f' ' • . SOUTH ..' . Centenary 50. Southwestern Louisiana 44 Mercer *6G, Woirord C5 . • Swnrtmor.e 51. Johns Hopkins 50 Florida' State 43, Stetson 40 Ronnoke Rebels 56. Virginia Tech 48 Lenolr-Ehyne. 52. Western Carolina. 51 1 - 1 Newbcrry 5!, Wlnnsboro (SCI Royal Cords 3} Norfolk Nr.val Base 58, Atlantic Christian 46 'Catawba 57, Chatham 54 . .'• I'ROFESSION'AL •Baltimore-88. Washington 68 (BAA) Minneapolis 101. St, Louis 70 iBAA) Amtnr.ion 7fl, Hammond 72 (Nat. I Iiis' left front ankle in the Tanforan race. i ' . .. It didn't seem so bad at. first. Trainers thought at first' that a rest and a temporary bow-out from thoroughbred competition would turn the trick.'it was believed that the colt would be able to'race early! in the spring even if he were restc'd ' Curing the. Florida session. Now comes a different story from Dr. Arthur Davidson, the Kentuckian who treated Citation with a new type of. electric' firing iron in •Florida. • '. ' The doc "thinks".that the osselet trouble' will clear..up, and that "it will not; interfere with the great champion.'s action. , , ' He adds, however, that a horse fired for osselets should have about cause of cuts over bo:ii eyes.. REMOVAL SALE! Lowest Prices CUMBERLAND LIQUOR STORE 105 Baltimore St. I Porcelainize j Against Time and Weather Protect. thnL finish, Suve thnt sparkle, Tt's wi easy, so economical,' Merely Porcelnlnlze.now. nnd next Spring t,nc 1,'uU. rich bHlJjancc ot your cur- repays blR dividends in prldo of ownership nnd driving pleasure, CUMBERLAND LINCOLN-MERCURY 828 N. Meehonic St. .Tel. 5440. 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