Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 11, 1949 · Page 13
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rPhonc -1GOO For a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, JHD.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 19-19 St. Louis To Invade Madison Square Garden Tonight Bills' Unbeaten Record On Line Against LI.IL Missouri Quiiil Socks TOlJi Straight Win: WVU to Phiy CCNY NEW YORK—(/Pj—The St. Louis Sillikens, rated college basketball's best after their Sugar Bowl victory over Kentucky, move into Madison. Square Garden tonight to risk' their! unsplotchcd record against Long Island University. With easy Ed Macauley. the beanpole All-American plnymukcr. in good health, the Billikens are ,'• favorites to rack up No. row. In the other part of the header. West Virginia plays College of New York. Minnesota Was lOtli Two of the nation's; remaining •unbeaten teams—Western Kentucky and Minnesota—came through night to keep the slimming: ranks intact. Western Kentucky extended its season's streak to 11 games—Uio nation's longest—by humbling the University of Louisville, 50-44. Minnesota won Its tenth by <lo- IfHlhiK "Wisconsin. -17-3:1. 'Jt wils the Mmnesoums' second triumph In the Western Conference. la one of the evening's major surprises, the Oklahoma Aggies rolled over Bradley with ease, C4-30. George Washington's Colonials, Cage Feud May- Open Between flickey, Rupp NEW YORK—flNS)—A first- class basketball feuri was boiling today between Adoiph Rupp, Kentucky-coach, and Ed Hickcy, mentor of the St. Louis University Eillikcns. These undoubted!!' are the two best college outfits in the country, and each coach thinks he hns the better team. The rival quintets clashed in a "dream game" recently at the neutral Sugar Bowl court in New Orleans. When the Billi- kens won this thriller 42 to 40. they captured national rating as the best tenm. Ridgeley Five Upset In "Y" Loop By Park Cresap Team Scores 31-29 Victory; Amvets Lose, Legion Wins VMCA MEN'S LEAGUE STANDING O Cumberland Legion S. it O. BncLsliops Cuir.bcrimid Amvcts Rldyeicy Legion .. B.P.O. El!:s Mnplesldp ......... . Nuval Rt;tv(:rve Crcsnp P:irl: Miirmc rtc.scrvc Till: TEAMS iv. r,. ..... 12 0 :o 2 2 City into the national spotlight •when Guard Duvc Shapiro gave authorities evidence that J-ed to the arrest of four on nltemptecl bribery ^ra ballollnK by Amateur Ath- charges, trampled North Carolina,| ]elic Union officials and spor . s •.vriters. He was second choice in 1D4R and 1347. ! The Ridgelcy America!) Legion 'riulnt was upset 31-23 last night by Cresap Park's Grocers in a YMCA Senior Men's basketball lenjjue game on the "Y" court. In other loop tilts the B&O Back- shops strengthened its grip on the rur.ner-up position by downing the Cumberland Amvets 3C-29 and the Cumberland American Legion chalked up its 12Lh consecutive victory over the B.P.O. Elks 44-38. Mil Dean and Joe Wagner tallied 25 points between them in leading the Railroaders to victory over the Amvets while Tommy Ge;itz' nine markers wc:'c hifih lor the losers. Bill SpaiiRlor netted Ifl point:; for l.hc Elks In it losing :iKninst the league leaders who led all the , .. . . , . , way :n their game. Twigg and ts Northeastern Ohio secretary- Ji!niT]y c]ingan ' coi:ect( , d 1( f fa treasurer for many years, declared: "It seems obvious to me that Dillard fared badly in the South bcctaise of his color." Dillard, a star of the 1D48 Olympics In London and a June graduate at nearby Baldwin Wallace College, finished fourth in Sullivan- '^""JAAUHead Says /?^iiui(\_ I. «/ Dillard's Color Cost Him Votes CLEVELAND —(JP\— A veteran Amateur Athletic Union • official claimed today that Harrison Dillard. negro dash and hurdle star, missed out or, the James E. Sullivan award in 1.04S because his colnr cost him Southern voti'.s. Jimmy Lue, n naLlonul executive committee member oi' the AAU and mMAGGlO SIGNS AUTOGRAPH—Joe Dimaggio, New York Yankees center fieldev, autogi'aphs cards Xor eager youngsters at the Sports Caravan's baseball game at Flamingo Park, Miami Beach, Fla., for the benefit of the Children's Cardiac Horr.c in Miami. points apiece for the winners. The lineups: 64--U. Bip Nine 3s Active The "Western Conference had one of its most active nights. Illinois eked out a 64-63 verdict over Ohio State; Purdue defeated Michigan, 45-36; and Indiana won over Iowa, 50-39. Purdue's BoII-ermakcrs were iron meri, the starting live going all the way without substitution and committing only seven personal fouls. Michigan's defending champions fouled 16 umes and the difference Recounted for seven points of Pur- diK's rune-point winning; edge. In the Southeastern Conference, Tennessee barely topped Vanderbilt, 53-51. and Louisiana State won from Mississippi State. G4-40. ] Mrs. Spi'ouse IOC. Southern Conference fireworks! Lee snirt he has askcci Dan Fer- Kaw Washington & Lee down Vir- j i'is of New York, AAU pnia, 75-66, and Wake Forest score] 10 provide over Richmond, 03-51. Georgetown! Southern defeated Muryliinc!. 53-51. Cn:S;iii T;irk Th«inp:;on. r . D. HoundM'.ull, W.irr. c Schrnmin. j: K. Hound*!]! 1 !!. K McKenzli:. sul> Cecil, sub TO'-lllS I Thompson, I ... ' Lchmun. f | B. Phillips, c Win this most Reynolds, g ... Dny, c Wilson, sub ... Tliorr.u.';. .sub , J. runups, su!) String!!?, .sub Lee maintained that because of Dillard's failure to coveted award to an amateur athlete, he would press for cither abolition ol" the Sullivan award or n ban on voting in the south when a negro is a top contender. Bob Mathias, 17-year-old Olympic decathlon champion, won the Sullivan trophy last year with 228 points. Second and third were two basketball players — Bob Kurland l who played on the Olympic teMi.ljj,"^ 1 "™ 1 f 1 and Alline Banks Sprousc oticuKc, c ' .. Atlanta, nine Limes 'All-America in!Fry?, g .. the Women's National AAU chain-j wacncr, K pionships. Kuriand polled 143 and 13 c. , i . i 0-] j-:i o-o o-i 5-1 C r. r o-n (1-0 FAIIl By LAW'TON CARVER SPORTS EDITOR, INTERNATICNJL HEWS SERVICE NEW YORK — (INS) — John B. Campbell's experimental ratings for three-year-olds arc out today and Blue PC tier has been Jigiirc of 120 pounds. given the top •i. There i.s nothing startling about 7,'llhat, because the Joseph M. Roeb- •1 ling cole already has been installed "lithe early favorite for the Kentucky •'jBcrby, if not the other triple crown i: classics. Many Dark Horses Most of these dark horses are .".iiimals who were bright prospects early hist year but suT-'ercd injuries that brought about jr.activiv.y and removed them from the public eye. State Group Slices Purse Of Preakiiess §25,000 Lopped OH Maryland Racing Classic Tin's Year By GENE GOODWIN. BALTIMORE — W)— Inflation is over as far as the Prcakness is concerned. For three years now Maryland's racing classic and second section oi' t ic turfs triple crown has kept pace with the Jones's and the high cost of living with :i nice round $100,000 purse. But the Maryland Jockey Club, liking- its cue from recent drops in the cosl-ol-livlne Index, the ofli- c iJs compromised the inflation- 11 y o/Ierins of the past three years with the pre-war and wartime licrure 0 S50.COO. The Maryland directors were nol: without precedent in voting: the $25,000 cut. Officials of the Bclmont Stakes decided last month to lop off $25.000 from its $100,000 purse. The Belmant is considered the third gem in the triple crown. The Kentucky Derby apparently will retain its S100.0CO lure, making it the richest three-year-old purse in l:h<; Churchill Downs direc- i.nrs, mori.lni; monl.h, ch.'cliloil to rotain that figure for the May 1 diamond jubilee race. No date has been set for this spring's 13rd renewal of the Freak- ness. Tradition was shattered ins!: year when the Pimlico classic was run two weeks after the Derby. Previously the Prcakncss had been staged the Saturday n.ftcr the Blue Grass show. Harry A. Parr 311, who was reelected president of the Maryland, Jockey Club, indicated last spring { Grid Yankees "Fix" Suspects Rumored Soon To Be Charged ! O To Quit Loop ! NEW YORK—flNS)—Four men jwho allegedly tried to "fix" a ccl- .lege basketball game are scheduled .for arraignment in General Sessions offensive was reported under" \vny ;Sel a tna! datCl By TOLL CRIMSI-EY 'NEW YORK— (IP)— A a, on UAA\..*liJ.iVL, V>HU j.v]-"-'* »'-'«-* i-..—». -••-. . , in professional football today amid I The four, who were mulcted oy tall- that Dan Topping is ready to Kcw York grand jury yesterday < pull Iris New York Yankees otic of [charges of bribery and conspiracy, the All-America Conference. ! n ''e Joe Ai'onowitz Phil Klein and „, ... „ . —. ,, -,,„:>,„_„ William Rivlm, all of New York, The New York Herald Tribune, ;ui(J Jack ^^ Qf Mami _ Fja _ 'quoting an "authoritative source, .said it had learned Topping planned Co dissolve hlsfootball interests and be David Shapiro, a George the vast Yankee Stadium to Washington They are accused of trying to Shapiro, University player to series tnined permission last month to! move their NFL franchise to New; York. Yankee officials refused to con- Aronomte. Klein and Levy also ind,cl.ed by .1 District of Colp, mnc | j ury - ln Washington lyesterday on charges they tried ' lo fix the result, 1 ; of two other • Red Patterson, llcllor chief, gave the out firm or deny the newspaper re- j, amcs involving the George Wasti- I 3crt - ijngton team. These frames were with, clubs piiu- N onh cnrolina and Virginia, a. statement] Col , viction on the New York ne to ne o' 'oo'b-il! < llp to s10 ' 000 - or 1:oth - Conspiracy is pi01 i . •ip u] - 1] - s - nab ](, ijy a penitentiary term of up to three years. we are willing to do bring about peace in This would even include bceomin; a landlord at Yankee Stadium." He added, however, that such n.| move would be ninclL 1 only with ihi.'iinr.' blessings of the other mtfmbi-rs of the AAC. do not intend to withdraw from the All-America Conference if we leave a lot of other clubs holdirj? the bag," he said. The AAC bigwigs open their nicet- Jn Chicago Jan. 18, two dayit before the scheduled get-together of the NFL. The AAC affair earlier had been set for New York in February. A peace move, initiated by the younger All-America group, fell flat .jus: before Christmas. ... . , . he was anxious to keep the Freak-.' Horses .which arc reported to bc|, icss tw , vV . eeks beh ^ the Dcrby _. wintering well and worth watching | That extra week, he reasoced.: METRO CLOTHES America's Greatest Clothing Values include Whirl 'Wine Blast, List. Prince Quest. Prophet's Thumb, mncie a lot of difference to owners | and trainers who have to transport i 1-1 0-0 Scnrc by periods: CRESAP PARK niDGELEY LEGION ncfcrcc— Roby. rhir. n-is Mavbe thf real s'ira"ise is !hc I'll w ' . ., vrd ™rh- civri tc^ MVue Ocean Drive, Sport Page, Star Fid- their horses from Kentucky to )j..a latu,, tuen to iVi i- UL (. I1Ci olvra]:iia nnd Bm . nins - Kisbt _ |Maryland and then get them in Other possible upsetters include ! shape for the Pimlico run. Johns Joy and Palestinian. Ocean j Drive, Qiyir.pia and Johns Joy nrei With prices where they are, rated Ef:a, sixth and seventh, re-1 mother, too, is longing for pies like spcctivcly, on Campbell's list. I mother used to make. York, him a l:i the East, DuO'icsiic trounced St, Francis of J3rooklyn. 75-(i2, and Slate whipped Rut- 3U!od<- Island gers, 75-5 First. Methodist Wins Over Riilgedalc, 47-22 First Methodist of the YMCA Sunday School Basketball League defeated Rldfrt-dale Royals last nlRht at Allegany High's gym by the score of <7 to 22. Dolan paced the winners with 13 points while Warnicl: had nine for secretary, breakdown of In the letter Lee with the vote>:. the Cleveinndcr Ferris "let byuones be byfioncs," Bowling Resumes In CTP Circuit Tlic "11-7" Machinists broke their own giimc and set records as the B. & O. CTP Bowline League resumed operations on the Savoy Alleys following the usual Christmas holiday lull. j TV The Machinists spilled 852 sticks ||pa for their new-game mark and 2,239 1^. TuLiilg; «. ,v o. !.,',,.. ...... AMVKTS ,... Kurcfcc—Vnn noljj'. iiro TCI.KS SpiuiKlcr, 1 PronUioot, I Pill-.SOII. (! Krf.Mlnim, K \vlli:lnKon, i: llnljh. Mlb Roblnl'dii. ,S'.|1> Totals Cllinlt. l.fl^'liiii B. Sterne, f the lasers. First Methodist held ail'or three. The old records were ;343 13-5 lead at the halfway mark. "lid 2.281. Tlie Kidgcdalc teiun would like to i I3crl Keller of the "11-7" crew was arrange games with other outfits, i the night's top game bomber w:th 2-\ir R:UHCS call 1982 or 1879-E. The!-04. while Millard McCarty Of the lineups: | Pipefitters posted high set of 528. c;. r. I'ts, I The Bolt and Forge team is still' ""' "' PoUn. Turner, rub .. J. DDUn. sub IllCf. :;ub E. Zilrr. iub 1-1 o-n o-i r. 0-;: (i-l 1-7 <; I holding down first place, its record t i being 31 victories and 11 losses. ::!i In the women's division, the Co- ailumbinns riefealed the Shenandoahs, •^3-0, the Diplomats took two from :t j the Capitols and the Ambassadors 11 tripped the NaLior.aLs, 2-1, Ji "Nellie" Frechmd of the Cplum- 47 bians was tlic scoring star with a 11 15S game and 340 set. The Columbians won the first-half toga, with S n'Mary Conn having high game of (PI 164 and Lillian Dentinger high net 1 U40SJ as well as top average of 114. j|l The Nationals claim high team ;ame and set with 575 and 1,805. n' Hllk-iiry. MI'J CfJ.X. Mil) . . . I'rlcc, Mil) — •j I Charm, the Maine Chance Farm's -'ifilly which was runner-up to Blue ~ I Peter in the futurity. Allowing her I five pounds for belonging to the 3i|«'eaker sex, she theoretically shai* - 3 !lopwcight bil'ing with B'.uc Peter. j However, there has been r.o He- Il|! ;;|gret around lately to win the Ken,3 j Lucky Derby, so it is natural to look 5! for colts and geldings who arc ji likely to challenge Blue Peter's su- ^' pcrioritj-, unless ihat fellow turns out to be another Citation. Campbell rated another Maine "iChance racer. Mr. Busher, at 121, J |nearest to Blue Peter in actual : I poundage. v,' Mr. Utislil-r .ItulcS Jlift'h ;,~| There Is Jio quarrul the i.|ocl:cy club's h.i.:idlcnpper and rac- :ii!'iiiB secretary on thai; score, either. Mr. Busher, who like Blue Pcicr is a son of War Admiral, also :s a 1 fuU brother of the famous filly Busher. He cost $50.000, a record pi-ice for a weanling, but won himself out early. It is believed that Campbell would have rated Mr. Buslicr on a, par with Blue Peter but for the fact 8 "ii- 1 •p, 3 , 8 j tl;la!; tllE former made only three 2 [starts before being cut down in the Washington Park futurity and being thrown out of training. Campbell rates the Greentrec Stable's Capot at 122 pounds, ju.stj below Mr. Busher. Not much attention has been paid to the rc- n-.aining three - year - olds in dis- . satis, McGnnn, Ncbb. cussing the coming classics, yet / period.-,: _ ^ _^ ^ jmar.y owners believe they have colts .i,- • fit to try for the triple crown. in 2-1 13 21 1-1 (1-1 u-o (1-0 n-n i-'.' 0-3 0-1) 0-D 0-0 '/ Men's All Wool SUITS 29.50 Every Suit "\Vorth S40.00 Gabardines, Worsteds, Serges. Other Suits from 21.50. Alterations Free Use Our Loyowoy Plon SIGN'S ALL WOOL TOPCOATS • Knit-, . Covert, INTENDS FAIX HATS All Shades -J QP KCL-. 4 <)5 £,m\Jj H. & J., TotaJ.i .. '. P.e:e.-«s—Livpr.KOOd nnd Elliott, C-23 GR.YN1) S EAST LANSING. Mich. —Michi- SPORTS MIRROR <Uy Tlic Associated frcss\ TODAY A YEAR AGO—D pan Cromu-el! of Southern California nnmccl head coach ol U, S. Olympic track nnd Jlcld snunrl. THHEE YEAHS AGO—Elmer Lnyden rc- .-.];;ntd as coninilssloncr or the Nation;tl l-'fintbnll LcHKim and wiis rcpa.ccd by BcrL pan State's cross-countrj' team last faU achieved the first harrier triple I nvn YEARS ACO-HMOW In tne history of the sjjort by win-1 won 'He s;;,ioo Loa Amreics open GOII astiieIC»-A I\C\A and National ! lt>urr " immt wlih " ; - hole lolal Ol -" 8 - eniD- 4 ATT m^'t -iauo.iai ^^ VEAKS ACO _Vax SchmellnB salt ~^ w iiiLcui. j j^j. u . ft;; pji ir ,ninB a boxlnc conu'bacl:. 10 MINUTES TO LIVE « » ~k It's midnight The house is still. The lights are out. Four people are asleep. They have 10 minutes to live. Downstairs the living room is in flames . . . from a long smoldering cigoretle. When the fire engines come, it will be too late. 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