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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1949 Pfione 4600 for a WAISfT AD Taker LaSalle, Fort Hill, Allegany Play Horne Contests Tonight Explorers And Ridgeley Meet In Feature Tilt Sentinels And Alco Quints Face WMIL Foes; Begin At 8 P.M. All three of the local high school basketball teams will'see action on their .home courts tonight with the feature contest at SS. Peter .and Paul gym matching the LaSftlle Explorers against the Ridjrcley Black- hawks. Both the Fort Hill Sentinels and the Allegany Campers •will face WMI League opponents with Port Hill meeting Beall Jligh of Frostburg anci AHS tangling with Central. All three games Trill get underway ct « o'cloct. Although the Ridgeley Black- hawks haven't a season's record that is iirpressive they . will. be a alight favorite in tonight's tilt with the Explorers. Hawks .Have Won 'Two The Hawks- have defeated Beall, K-34, and AUegany, 3G-24, whUe losing to University High ol Morgantown, -48-37, and their Alumni passers, 31-30. To date the Explorers have been Tfctorlous in three of eiglit. starts, gaining victories over St. John's Higfc of Frederick twice and Altoona Trhile losing . to • Beall, Berlin,, Fort Ashby. Fort, Hill and its 1944 ESCIT Championship .team. The Explorers captured their last contest Sunday afternoon against St. John's at Frederick, 35-29, in •n overtime game. Last year the Blackhawks turned back Coach John Mullaney's quint BASKETBALL SCORES COLUiGIATK • Georgetown 53. Maryland" 51 .. Washington and Lee 75, Virginia' rffi Beetles- OW. Va,)- 77, Bluefleld. 53 Wafce Forest 63, Richmond 51 Illinois «,• OJiio State S3 Purdue 45, Mlchijan 36 Indiana 50, Iowa 38 . Michigan State- SS, Detroit. 49. • • Western Michigan 58. Ohio U. 42 Bbode "Island State 75, RutRers 57 A!o!ers(m-Broo'dtius,9(, .IV. Va. Ttch Minnesota. 4.7. Wisconsin. 33' Xnvler 84, Hanover c . " NEW. YORK— (ff*) —Bicycle racing Duqucsne 75, st, frtaeit (SrooWyn) 631 enjoyed Its biggest year In' more Wayncsburg. C3, St. Vincent-34. f^nn * rio™/^ ° OeorBo WasblriRlon 64. North'-Carollnn 41 Western Kenmclry State 56, Louisville ft U. S. Cyclists Try Comeback, Still Trailing Bike Racing Enjoyed Biggest Year, Smith Led American Riders Tennessee 53, VaaderM'.t 51 L,B.-cr. S4, Mississippi 40 MHH?nn 71, Llnflo.'u Memorial 52 Oklahoma. A. <fc M..64, Bradley 30' St. Ambrose CO,' St. Joseph's 37 St. Bomiver.turo 87, Kmt stale SI DraJcO' 82, Tulsn 50 West Vn. State 70. St. Paul Poly .30 Dayton 07, Marsha]] 55 Davis ar.d ElJdas '88. Olonvllle 51 Salem ii3. StcubenvlUc 07 Gor.evn 62. WestmlMtcr 59 Dickinson 06, Susquehanr.a 44 •West Virelnla state -79, St.. Paul Poly 30 Fninflom State 82. West Va. Weflleyaii C6 Atlantic Christian 43, Eon 41 Transylvania fll, Kentucky Wesleyan Hieh PO!D: si. Oullford 55 Watbl&gcon 60, Crolfhton 51 • Phillips Oilers 74, Drury 46 twice 45-23. by the scores of, 49-32 .and A preliminary game will be play- id at 7 o'clock. AJco Host To Central On the • Campobello court Alle- fany will be out. to return to ' the vin column after .its 58-36 setback Saturday night, by the Westmont HiHtoppers playing, host to Central of Lonaconing.- ••- •• The Coney eagers will be seeking their eighth -victory of the season while Alco will be after its fifth triumph. The only defeat suffered by Coach Johnnie Meyers passers to date Is a 15-23 setback In n WML tilt with Fort Hill last week. Allegany has won Its only league •tart by defeating Barton' High last veek by the score of 65-32. Last year the Campers topped the Meyersmen In two meetings,' 44-37 »nd 44-20.- ; The Fort Sill Sentinels will be teeking their eighth 'sttilght this season when they 'clash .with Beall on the HiHtoppers' court in their second league contest. Beall. which, boasts a record of four wins against two defeats, .lost Its only league game to date to Bruce High .of Westemport by the •core of 42-30. Fort Hill, defending WMI champions, turned back Central in its only loop contest. Four TVC • .Contests Last year the Sentinels defeated Beall twice, 43-36. and 47-33. In toe only other WMI League Bame Bruce 1 will play host to Barton. .- . Bruce has won its only loop start by defeating Beall. 42-30. Last sea- ton Bruce won over Barton 41-32 »nd 60-26.' . Four Potomac Valley Conference contests are also scheduled for to- right. Keyser High School will play nt Piedmont. Moorelleld will play host to Thomas, Romney will travel to Capon Bridge and Davis will clash with Franklin at FranJdin. Other games scheduled for the Radio Helped Mangrum Win L. A. Golf Open LOS ANGELES—(/P)—Lloyd Mangrum, using all the old tricks and a new one—following the opposition by radio, is off to a. flying start in golf's gold rash'of '49. • "I was listening to the others, on the radio," said the dapper'Chica goan at the finish of the $15,000 Lo Angeles Open. "When I jeart Dutch had 287,1 knew I could coas in with' pars." . " .. That's just what he did—excep for a birdie two'on the'short 16th Mangrum finished three strokes ahead of E. J. (Dutch) Harrison o Little. Rock. Ark. Mangrui.:'5. 72 hole.total of 284-r-scored under adverse weather conditions — jus' equalled par. Eight strokes back wai the 'defending and National Open champion, 1 Ben Hogan of Fort Worth. Mangrum outseadied three opponents who started even with him yesterday, and breezed in with a onc-under-par 70 Just before flnkes of snow •Riviera's- started, to treacherous blow acrost 'fairways to I'ake'the $2,COO first prize. His earnings last year were $45,000 plus, topping BCogan—who quit the tournament trail late In the sen^on, by some $11,000. Harrison,,shooting cautiously and getting an even pa; 71 for the last round, pocketed $1,900. Tied, at 28 one stroke behind Harrison, were Eric Monti, the surprise 'from Santa Monica; Jimmy Demaret, of Ojai, Calif.; Bill Nary of Phoentei' and Leland Gibson of Kansas City. Sam Snead- of White . Sulphur Springs, 'W. "Va.. had a chance, but folded on the back -nine to .finish with a 73 for 289. Other_. favorites were even farther back—Dr. Cary Mlddlecoff at 292, Chick-' Harbert 293, Johnny Bulla 296, Ed, Oliver 297, Lc«- Workman 301, Ralph Guldahl.302.' a decade. The Amateur Bicycle League ol America had a very successful season, sanctioning a-record number, of events, holding Olympic trials, state and .national .championships. Ted Smith, 20, of-Suffalo, N. T. was the big -operator,";gaining 'the No, l. berth orx_ the U. S. Olympic road cycling team. and> romping off with the 1948 senior national amateur -crown. • Following '. Sis championship win/ at '-Kecosha Wls., i Smith'turned.professional and rode 6i three six-flay events,' . -....Besides Smith, the'.Olympic.. road cycling •' team . Included Edward Lynch of Compton; Calif.,' Wendell Rollins . of Salt Lake City, 'Utah, Chester Nelsen-Jr., of St._Louis, Mo., and Frank BrOando-of .Chicago. ' i On the- track 'cycling team to London ^were Jack Held of. Westwood, N. 3., Kobert Trayanl of Detroit, Tom Montcmage'bf Buffalo, Marvin .Thomson and Alfred-Stiller of .Chicago.. ' ' . ' Other national . amateur honors were won- by attractive.-Doris Tra- vani of'-Detroit. She .captured the women's championship for the'sec- ond consecutive year.-..-,, . •• • -. A.new American mark was-cred-. ited to'Norma, Jean Belief f of 'San Jose, Calif'., who' set a women's amateur coast-to-coast record of S2 days. . Things really buzzed on the' professional front, too, as the 1 bike battle raged between rival-.controlling bodies, the '.professional Bicycle League of America, and the National Cycling . Association. -No'- American pror. championships were held but six-day biice racing, boomed; - ' . The PEL -sanctioned . four six- day races promoted by. Cycling Enterprises. Angelo'De Bacco- of .Newark, K. J., and Alvaro Giorgettl. ot Italy won the March.- New York event, Cesara Moretti -.of 'Italy and Rene Cyr of.. Montreal took top honors in the October Buffalo race, the Swiss duet of Walter Dlggelman and Hugo Koblet captured the November Chicago whirl, and Giorgettl and Moretti won the November New York grind. The. NCA sanctioned two U. S. Bicycle' Corp-promoted six-day events, Louis J. Saen and Smile Bmneau of Belgium captured the October New York six-day marathon. Arm;. Pedersen 'of Denmark and Emile Eruneau of. Bel- ium won the Washington "grind. TT. S." cycling. representatives' at the Olympics and' world -championships, were completely outclassed. Mario. Ghella of Italy had a double win, annexing the 1,000-meter scratch event at London'and gaining' •world's amateur-sprint title in Holland. Italy scored another Olympic win in- the 3,000-meter tandem Four Teams Tied In Bike Marathon •local area are- Paw Paw at Fort Ashby, Beverly at Parsons', Oakland »t Friendsville. Alumni at Elk Garden and Clrcleville at Tygarts Valley, Mill Creek. On the. collegiate side of the picture the Potomac State Catamounts will exchange baskets with Shepherd College at Shepherdsiown. •- Howard Tossers : Defeat Leesiburg PIEDMONT, W. Va. — Howard j; . High School's basketball tossers raced.up their third straight victory last night by turning back the Lees- Z burg, Va,, eagers of Douglas High on the locals' court, 1 64-37. A. Moore paced the winners with ~ • 17 points while Stinger topped the losers' attack with 18 markers. The Howard and Douglas • girls' teams, battled to a 17-17 tie in the opener of the twin bill. Douglas led all the way -until the final seconds of play when Joan Vauls hopped a free, throw .10 knot the score. The lineups: BOl'S' GAME Howard G, F. Pts, R. Perry. • 3 1-1 7 Moore. : 7 3-8 17 Kine. c ..4 0-2 S R. Coleman, B 3 1-2 7 r. coleamn. K 3 2-1 8 M. Perry, sub « 1-3 8 Campbell, tub 3 0-0 4 Allen, sub 2 c-0 H CLEVELAND—CINS)—Pour teams were tied for the lead today in ..the six-day bikn races as the marathon entered its final day at Cleveland's public hull. Tiie four, tenms were. Cecil. Ysita- Chnrlle Bergna, American; Rogei Decorte-Andre Maelbrnnc/ue, Dutch; Charlie Yaccino-Erwln Pcsek, American, . and Cesare Moretti-Angelo Dobacco, Italian.' One lap behind the leaders were the Italian-Australian combination of Fernando Grlllo-Stanley Bransgrove and the Canadlan-F/ench duo of Jule Audy-Andre Pousse. . Francis Grauss,. crack French rider who formerly teamed, -with Pousee, was injured last night in a violent crash that sent him to Charity Hospital, where.the injury was found to be a dislocated shoulder. After a half hour's' delay it was announced that Grauss' partner, Pousee, would team with the veteran Audy and. continue the race. ' Audy lost his partner, Rene Cyr, earlier in the evening when-he wa's unable to continue. • . . •• There were nine.- teams still In the race which officially ends tonight at 11 ,p. m. The final hour of sprinting begins at 10. MAN'GBUM-' CHECKS'- SCOKE—Lloyd Ma.ngrum, the Texan who lives-in Los Angeles'and registers from Los Angeles,-' checks his score, card with Scorer Mrs. E. HV Burnslde after the fourth round of yesterday's Los Angeles Open golf tournament. Mangrum finished the fourth round with a. one-under-par 70, and copped first prize of $2,600 with a- 72-hole total score of 284. ' -.'..'. Wheeling Knocks Dukes From Second Place With 78-66 Win ALL-AMERICAN LEAGUE •STANDING OF THE TEAMS ' ' IV. L. land team's 10 out of M. Twenty personal fouls were called on the losers and 1-1 on the home team. .6C7 ! The lineup^: PtltnburRli -.,. 5 Butl'cr "...'..,'.',..".'.'.'.'.'.'.".. 3 Last NlR-lH's Uejul Wheeling . 78. Cumberland * Game Xonlyhl Butler "at Altoona' 5 .U3« .5113 .038 print with spectacular riding.-by F. Terruzzi and R. Perona. France won three Olympic cycling crowns. .J. Beyaert won the 203-kilometer '(120-mile -914 yards) road ace in'5 hours, .18 minutes .12.6 econds; J. Dupont captured- - the ,000-meter time trial in 1 minute, 3.'5 seconds, and' .the four-man earn of-P.-Adams, S. Blusson, C. Coste and F. Decanali. took- top lonors in the 1,000-meter pursuit! vent. •• • ' Besides Ghella. other, amateur world title Winners were Guldo Messina of Italy in the 4,000-mefcer amateur pursuit.event, and -Harry Snel' of Sweden In the 180-kilometer road champion/ship,. In professional world title 1 events Arie Van Vllet of Holland corralled the l,000 : meter sprint title, G3.M Schulte of Holland captured* the 5,000-meter • pursuit crown, J. J Lamboley- of France 'annexed the •100-kilaineter motor-paced championship, and A. Schoue of Belgium was home'-flrst in thc,2G5-kilomet'er road title chase. WHEELING, W. Va. —Cumberland's Dukes were knocked out of a second place deadlock with Altoona and. prevented from taking over undisputed' possession of first Wheeling Ilucli, i Ellis.- ! Tonkovkh, o .. Pcloaz, K Rivlln, K • Chlci:arcl;a. sub Carroll. • sub Herman, sub • G. . 1 . 0 . 4 r. r.r. rt». -7 0-2 1-1 3-2 -3-3 Totals 32 H-24 1* Cumberland Pence, place. In .the .-All-American Professional Basketball League last night as the league-leading wheel- ] Ross, sub ing Blues handed the' visitors a! 78-66 defeat in a close hard-fought game here. G. ... 6 Bell, f s Prlzzell, c + Klotz, c 4 Orndorfr, s .-. 2 cub ....' 2 Obcrhaliu, nub ,, 1 2-3 0-2 0-0 0-0 •1-5 1-1 2-20 04 P. I't«. 0-1 18 0-1 4 0-1 0 0-0 - 0 1-: i 1-1 i 0-0 . 2 H«Tlt. 'I ..... Marceilm, c .,, rord. E MrTJG3;rI, sub . Pollard, svb ., Robert, sob- ... BEllh. nib .... To-.ll: .JG 5-13- 37 Nos-scorlEC subs: Howard—Bruce, Turner, Billiard. Dou^U-v—Cou. Bolden, Dude. Ginr.'s GAME Howard U") .• I'm.. Dourl«< <17) Vftuis ,.,, f. ,,,, Jackson Tuvlor f, ., Ambere TJrotra '• Prltr R. ,.' -. Berry Bruc* e Coatcs Kr?3- c .Robert 9ub«: HoTCurd—Steams. Freeman, Shu- Irr, Douglas—Morris, Brown. Field Konli— How.rd: Vauls 4, Tftylor 3, Schools Cut Relations After Rough Contest OLIVET, Mich.—(/P>-Olivet 061- and Assumption of Windsor, lege On! were on the outs today* as the result of a rough and,tough basketball game. . • Athletic relations have bee.n severed, according; to Olivet Coach Frank Hani. Ham made the 'announcement 1. Douglas: Jacliflon 3, Winston }. roul iroaJ (v-3. Morris 0-3. 3, Howard: Vault 1-5. Taylor las — Jackson 1-4, Winston 0-2. ' Century Shufflers Win Century Athletic Club -won three pames via the forfeit route from the Cumberland Amvecs In the National Shuffleboarcl League of Al- leeany county and cinched the flrst half championship with a record of 26 wins and four defeats. after Olivet'was'declared a 2'to.-0 winner,' by forfeit'.In last night's game with the Canadian quint. Regulation play, marked by player fights and 1 the. ouster'of two. men from each team, ended in 1 a 57-57 tie.'-Assumption'refused to play, overtime and the gwie was 'declared forfeited-to Olivet. A return game at Windsor, in March lias teen cancelled, Coach Ham said'. , - Moorefield Five Scores lltli Win MOOREFIELD, W. Va. — The Moorefield Loyal Order of Moose quint registered 'its llth' victory of the season when -It .downed the Petersburg Odd Fellows eagers- In a return game at Petersburg last night by the score of 60 'to 42. ".'_ Petersburg held the Moose five on even terms' in the first quarter 12-12 but the visitors took • a 26-18 .'halftime .lead and .Increased it to 50-32 at the close of the third period.- Harry Welton was high scorer for Moorefield '.with 14 points ''while WaJto Owens topped Petersburg with 15.- " • The Marylanders. gave the- Blues a terrific battle all the way for three quarters, trailing by'only one.point, 51-50, at., the close, of the third period, but a 27-point,splurge .in the final-ten minutes by Wheeling iced the 1 contest. * Tonight's defeat dropped Cumberland into - third place while the .Altoona. Flyers held second place. The victory was Wheeling's tenth against five defeats. Cumberland has won seven and lost five, four of Hie .setbacks being 1 suffered away from home. Five Wheeling players prominently In tonight's scoring parade. Paul Herman led the assault with 19 points, Eobby Carroll collected 1C, Jule ttivlin 14, Floatz Pelaez 13 and Andy Tonkovlch. 'Lou Bell was Cumberland's high point man with eight field Roals and 18 points while' Bob Pence took runner-up honors with 14 markers. The Dukes held an. 18-15 lead at the quarter and.at halftime Wheel- lug was in front by four -points, 33-29. Walter Orndorff, Dukes' guard was. ejected on personal fouls in the first period. ' Wheeling outscored Cumberland 32 to 28 from the field and hooped 14 of 24 free throws to the Mary- Totals 28 IO-H 30 Scort by periods: , WHEELING ' 15 33 11 CUMBERLAND 18 28 50 1 Refcreer,—Cornell and Tiaohllc. Ridgeley High Basketball Schedule Changes Listed Schedule changes involving Piedmont und Romncy were announced today by. Jesse Rigglenmn, BIdgcley High basketball coach, • Rlggleman- said his Blackshlrts will- play Piedmont at home this Thursday and-Romney on Tuesday. January 25. Piedmont will be met away Monday ,night, January 31, with the game . on the Pioneers court being set'for Thursday, • February 10. • Ridgeley.and Honiney were orl- jgigiaally scheduled to play at Rom_ i ney this coming Friday night. 73 j :—:— f "i I Team Wants. Games is j The Frosiburg-Merchants basket* ball team, consisting . of former 4 Beall and LaSalJe High School •i players, is seeking games with in* | dependent teams of the tri-state _|area. Clubs seeking.-..to arrange BC ' games ivitli the Merchants may' do so by writing Joe Scarpelli;. 101 East jjj Main Street, ' or telephoning i544, Frostbiirg. January OPCOA Alumnae sextet'nosed out the Petersburg Alumnae six in the preliminary, game. 13-12. ••. •• The Moorefield. Moose ! eagers .will play the'Lonaconing American Legion 2ve in 'Coney tomorrow night, Tlie lineups: . Ktllcr, 1 : Hott, .f Welton, c Hurwood, Smith, B .... Cure, cub Seymour, sub Totals- Non-scorlnc •loomBburg. j Smith, f ,. 1 2-5-1 1-3-3 5 2 1-3 - . S 5 4-5. H ,.j... 2t 11-31 6C rafae — Pmuffh, Compton, . ' 1-4 0-0 2-5 3-3 1-3•1-5- FIGHTS LAST NIGHT By The. Associated Prrss '. NEW YORK—Tommy Yaroaz,' 16S, ^(o naca, .Pa., outpointed Eurl Charity, 4C1, YounCstowu, O. (10).' ' MIAI.n, Pin.—Joe Carkldo, 1«. Younga- to«n, O.,- and Hy Meltzer, 136, New York, drew (10). ... NEWABK. N. J.—Berr.le Reynolds, .181 Pslrflcld. Conn., knocked out Ifilie Jacobs, 18!, Jersey city (4). . HOLYOKE. .V«.5B,—Hay Lewis. 134. New York,, outpointed Lou Joyce. 136, Pti'.ln- dtlphia (10). CINCINNATI—Jo» Dlaeepoll. 131, elrmatl,. outpointed 'Willie.. Eujsell, ColumbtiS. O,-(10). TOLEDO, O.—Archie . Moore. Cln- 134, 115, St. Lou!*,. knocked out'Clarence Reeves; 184 Columbus- (4). 0 >•' WASHINGTON. — Joe Black-wood, 103; Boston, stopped' Al Wrlfrht, 153, Washington (2). 1,000 TIMES Cincinnati Not To.Ask Cancellation ;WVU Tilt ... CINCINNATI— (ff>~~ Athletic. Di- rectorM. • Charles Mileham said td,day the University' ol ' Cincinnati will not ask for' cancellation.. ol : its return basketball game 'with the University ol'West Virginia at Mor-' gantown, W. Va.,-on'January 29.. .Head Coach Wlethe-otjthe:Bear- cats said -last week he was considering" asking Mileham to cancel; the S; Barger, c Tuttle, sab Oatcs, sub . G. . 5 .' 0 LEXINGTON, Ky. — Jack's Jill cost less than $100 as a yearling. Al- r. Pt>.\ ready the mite ot a'race, mare has J'J : ! earned Joseph A. Goodwin $100,000. : i i. o-o 2-5 0-0 Totsis ........... V. ......... .11 - Score toy periods: . • . MOORSFTBLD ____ .. ...... 12 • UJia . . .;.. ...... . 12 lals — Glower -'.and Turley. 5Q : . BO 32' 43 tilt the because . ot the .roughness ; 'ol • game with the • Mountaineers; Jockey Jimmy Wilson pave up the r»ce track last-foil lo piny football for Ponce de Leon high school in Coral Gables, Ha. here on January 1. TJ. C. won that game, 72 to 62. : MUeham said today he 'did not believe the. game here .was. any rougher than many-others he had seen and that the undefeated Bearcats would go • through with the Morgantown date. Porcelainize Against Time and Weather. Protect'that flnlsh. Save that'BparlJe It's » .easy,' so econoffilcal. Merely Poroe!»!niie now, and nest'sprjr.jr the tall. rich, brilliance bl -your- car repays bl|t dividends In pride- ot' ownership and driving pleasure. • ' "• CUMBERLAND LINCOLN-MERCURY 828 N. Mechanic St. .Tel. 5440. NOW OPEN I • The Dolphin Bar 107 N. Centre St. featuring SEAFOODS • Oyjterj on the Holf Shell • i Shrimp • Clams • Oyster St-e* Beer ' Liquor) Wine Regularly to 32.50 You'll find plenty of coats to choose from in regulars, shorts and longs . . . 'for the man of any age or size! Save from $5 to $12.50—-and SOYC now!. Our stock includes coverts, fleeces and meltons in mony wanted colors, in all .the latest styles. OTHER SALE COATS 32.5O SPORTS ROUNDUP By Hugh Fuflerton, NEW YOHK— (/?}— Ted Schroeder, probably the best and surely the most -determined tennis player in this 'country despite Pancho Gonzales'.'ranking,. Hgures he may-play in.the National Cham-plonslilps tins sumrn'er. • He-passed : up the Nationals- last year .after playlnp In the Davis- Cup matches. . . "But I won't be-: pressured into it," Ted adds.. "I-reserve the right to make my.-own. decisions." • Schroeder hasn't changed his time much about turning pro. 1 ; All he wants is as-', surance ol a. good chance to make S50.000. in' 'a year or'lessl ... Ace Parker may .wind 'iip 'as.-manager of the Durham, N. C., baseball .club after.some'lov.ely bidding that-started ..when Portsmouth, Va., .-released lilm. .- The' Ace still. .Is a very popular, guy in that territory. . . Latest addition to the 'Princeton, sports' program i$ box lacrosse.' a game .that makes- even hockey players shudder. And some- folks think those • Ivy League boys are sissies. Sideline Coaching. At the. big football luncheon, given by the sponsors, .of the East-West Same at San.Francisco, California's Pappy Waldorf was seated at the speakers' table. ..' WhUe A. A. Stagg was talking:, 'Pappy tried to make himself more comfortable, leaned too far back In his chair and tumbled over backwards, clear. off the platform. . . Before he -could be extricated, a voice from-the floor commented -loudly: "That was the best'rolling block the Bears-'made all season." o • One-JWQnuU: Sports Pace .Only tiling sadder than the moans about . cold' weather m California and Florida* (the South has'..warm- od up, they 'say) are the reports of warm weather in- the "snow" country. For instance from Laconia, N. H., comes word, that tbo boys are out playing golf-'every day and- the new courageous cents who put out their ."bob" houses for Ice fishing now are trying to fish' them out of the lake. .-. Manager Billy Southworth" of' the. Braves, reports he has 'always .regarded Pete Reiser as one of the outstanding center fielders n the National League" and -ho wUI give Pete cvary opportunity to play, .; Jnck J.icobx, the Green Buy Packers' pnsser, snys lio hopos tlio Phllly .Eagles won't land .Charley Justice. "They got Steve Van Burcn ind he is hnrd • enough to . stop," soys Jack. '! Cleaning- The Cuff . Scout Bobby MatHck,. -who signed Stanford's Lloyd Merrlman-.ior the , Beds a. year ago, figures the boy can't miss as a major leaguer, got the spirit and dcterminat and. ability.'.to go with it, Bobby- explains.. . . Add - Warren, one-time U. of North Carolina boxer and • Inter a.stablemate of Gene Tunney, will' be. honored by., the Durham, 1 N. C., Golden Gloves committee this year. '' A trophy for the outstanding boxer in - the - tourney win be', named for aim.-.' •„ Doug Elggias,, star forward on the Texas Wes}«yaii" basketball team,-is city amateur,golf... champion of .Fort WortJx . ..The.." Cubs" Andy Pafko hangs out the welcome -sign for -Pitcher Dutch. Leonard this .way.: "At' least.trelL be five "ahead, of the decisions -he won from us last season, •with the .Phillies." ' : - - . ' • . • ' Forty And; Eight Five Tops Rubber Workers • Tile Forty and .Eight .basketball • team 'defeated'the T7nited BabSer. Workers Local .quint-last night on. the SS. Peter and Paul court by. the score. of-28-23. Crabtree..was the high scorer for: the winning. team Trith' eight field goals and 16- points.' Nickel and Hoffman paced .the losers with, seven • markers each. , : ; The Forty and Eight field a-12-9 edge'at halftime.'The lineups:_'. Furtj' and Eisht G. Ej-ler,'. 1 0. Cr.ibtrce. f _ _ . Svnns, c '.. 0 3uTHcs, tc .................. 2 Murttn. It 1 SQlder, sub «.. 3 peters,-sub 0 Totals .....13 , ^jUlibcr Workeri • G- Sonlctta. •• I • .2 Nickel, I ..., 3 Cantone, c 0 •Williams/ B-....; i • Young, f 0 ~ AngeUatta, cub c... 0 CofTman. aub' '........-.2 nib o as- F. It*. 0-0 « ' 0-2 2-* . 0-1 3-0 o-: . 0-0 0 2-1:. ' F. 1-2 fl-fl 3-1 Totals . Score by .periods: Forty E.'sht ........ '....8-13 ' 28 ... Rubber Worker* ' ______ ....... Z 0 12- 23 K-fcrecs — ndgf Btrboldshelcicr. Mtopae Women Win The Loyal Order of Moose -women's shuCflcboard team won 'two. out if three Rdmes from tb« Owls last ilKht by the score of 1.13-82, at'the Moose home. . " Mrs. Helen Fettle was high scorer or the victors with 31 points while Mrs. L. Vaider led the Owls, with 25. Kaplon's SALE of CLOTHING CONTINUED THIS WEEK 34.5O $45 and $50 $55 and $60-. $65 and $70 U.5O 54.5O uouiur mens tnou I IS BALTIMORE fT IVo Chains! 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