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iPAGH FOUR THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, _N.Y. TUESDAY, J A N U A R Y G, 19-18 AP Poll Favors Michi Weisenburger Scores Second Touchdown By Will Grimsley NEW YORK, .-?--The burning sports question of the day-- which was the greater college football power of 19-!7. Michigan o:- Noire Dame':'--Never :o be senk-u on the field, was answered today at the ballot box--and it's Michigan almost two to one. In a special Associated Press poll of sports editors and football writers from coast to coast. Mich- figan received 22G votes as the superior team to 119 for the Irish. while 12 of the experts suggesting dhe two mid-west giants should ·be rated equal. A total of 357 writers, from 'each of the 48 slates and the District of Columbia, took part in ihe "post-poll" poll, conducted by (popular demand as the result of ihe New Year's Day game t h a t saw Michigan's unbeaten, untied Wolverines smash Southern California in the Rose Bowl, 49-0. The ballot does not supersede Ithe Associated Press' regular f i n a l season rating of 'college football teams, released last Dec. 8. which named Notre Dame Hie m y t h i c a l n a t i o n a l champion w i t h Michigan the runnerup. The 146 writers who casi ballots in that one gave t h e Irish 1.-110 points to 1,289 for the Wolverines and awarded Notre Dame 107 first place votes, with Michigan getting only 25 and the other No. 1 tags going elsewhere. Many of the participants in t h e latest roll-call acknowledged their opinions were swayed largely by Sports Roundup By Hugh Fullerton, Jr. Kni!!)ack Jack \\Vi.s!'j; burner I -IS) of !ic!ii!;:!i) finds his way tli to score t h e Wolverines* second touchdown i'r;i:n t h e oiic-yani iiue w hc Kose iJiwl s;a;in* at l'as:i:!eia, Caiif. h t h e tiis-ir lheri] ('al!i;r:iiji liiif roil! of t - i r Trojans (Al* Wirt'phoio) comparative scores w h i c h m two other instances s w u n g the oeridii- l u m tov.-ard F r i i x Crisle:' of M i c h i g a n . Against t h e o t h e r i-.vo i opponents, t i i e teams f;'i \vlillo N o t r e Dame di-.l l i i l i t t l e more m e r c i f u l l y . -lti-'. Wolverines rolled o v - N western. 49-21, w.hile ' b o who also had a perfect M Trounced Ihe Wildcats, 26-H). Notre Dame s u p p o r t e r argue.': comparative scores slrus: 1 DC- no gauge because the Irish were inclined to " p u l l t h e i r punc'ics." Hies racing ·of S e Ky HuKh Fullerton. Jr. NEW YORK, i.-V--Of the season's first returns, it appears t h a t some ambitious runners will have a lot of nuisance value in stirring up excitement (hiring t h e indoor track season.. .Racing w i t h o u t spikes on flat Armory floors Saturday, Browning Ross of Villanova ran a -1:33.7 mile and Larry Ellis, New York U. freshman, did -1:10.9 th;'.ui, r h a bi;;- handicap f i e l d . . . Sue!) things, while they help to brini; out new t a l e n t , can he a pain in t h e neck to veteran cup chasers kirin;; an Olympic yea:'. . . These youngsters are willing 10 £o all out from the .start in hopes of q u a l i f y i n g for t h e Olympic team. The veterans, while '.hey like to win big w i n t e r races, want to reach their peak for the mid-summer g a m e s . . . It Should Happen Oftener The last sentence of the m i n u t e s of the recent meeting of Western Conference Tennis coaches reads: "It was moved by Brain, .seconded by B r a u n , t h a t the meeting br adj.Hirned. The motion passed." Take It Or Leave It Notre Dame's Frank Leahy has been the subject of assorted'rum- ors, which he has denied, ever since the end of the regular football season. Here are a couple of more.. . .One correspondent writes: "I hear f r o m a guy who knows w h a t lie's t a l k i n g a b o u t t h a t t h e 1..A. Dons are interested in h a v i n g Leahy as coach and will make it ! First Loss Report j ! Under Mass. State ] iPari-Mutue! Laws BOSTON. C-P- The firs! f i n a n - ' cial loss under Massachii.-etis' 12- year-old p a r i - m u t u e l a'agering law has been suffered b\ t i i e Bay S t a l e Harness Horse Kacin;; and Breeding Association, li'.c.. w h i c h operates a light hnme.-s u a c k -U ; Foxboro. _ _ t It reported a net loss of ?-").(17 : for its i n i t i a l (50-day meeting. Operating income was l i s t e d as , S4(i-U(i2, after paying *iM. c ,)78 to i the C o m m o n w e a l t h of ?\lassachu- , setis. and operating expenses at | S5,'50..v!0. The a c t u a l ST'J.ITT loss ' from concession rent; 1 .! iiv.imc. | ! TO MANAGE Al 151 U N TKAiM I | AUBURN. (.¥ c;lenr C. Morrow of Rochester ivill m a n a g e "he A u b u r n Cayugas i n t h ' - BonU-i Baseball League, a Clas.- r v i r c u i t . t h i s season. Me is a former e \ e c u : i \ e ;-ecre- tary of t h e Rochester Ad i - i u b and a vote-ran of both world v.ai's. so i n t e r e s t i n g f i n a n . -.;:!!y Leahy won't be a b l e l e t u r n it d o w n ." . . . A n o ! !i e i - e n l a c l i p p i n g about a recent -;eech by Harry W r i g h t , coach at A q u i n a s I n s t i t u t e at Iloches'.er. N.Y.. w h o j says he is in c o n s t a n t c.'vitact w i t h j j Leahy and feels q u a l i f i e d M discuss _ Frank's i n t e n t i o n s . . .Salt; \Y r i g h t : . "Francis W i l l i a m Leahy. 1 be!ie\e. w i l l resign a t N o t r e Pome a f t e r 10-18. His successor \vill be H u g h Devoi'e of St. Bonaven; lire." \ 7- ervce ' Reasonable pricej E N H t R ' S JEWELERS 135 South Main Street Read the Want Ads ! ..t . __A ^* N K \ Y Y U K K h u n d r e d colleg i.-l'' U irn . - t - v e i a l roaches a n d a l h It-lie o f f i c i a l s already on hand and others arriving; h o u r l y , baseball, t r a c k and football mentors began A Plan to Pay rOl/RDOCTC This "Prepaid Medical Plan" pays for medical care, treatment or operations--at home, the Doctor's office, or in the hospital. For Any Sickness or Accident Issued to Individuals or family groups . Good with any licensed Doctor of Medicine. MAIL COUPON TODAY Medical service ut;ucti uuum. Mutual Benefit Health Accident Association 1132 Sibley Tower Bldg.. Rochester 4. N. Y. Please send information on y o u r ru'w piaa to pay Doctor bills. Name Age Address , City Zone. 4 U4tDfilDC£ WHV DOM'T YOU DROWN VOUR SORROW. . '-*'.'· %?%, - "- ]| YOU'Li. 8E SOR2Y IF YI ~ ' I N V E S T I G A T E THE Re" j FOR FINE SERVICE AT TOO u! Beat the Meat Crisis. FOOD .FREEZER FROM WCOYS7. · CAN AN DA/GUA,N.Y Replacing Kern i ^S MOP.GANTOWN. W. Va.. t.P'-- Reporls t h a t West V i r g i n i a u n i - versity representatives would seek a new football coach in New York t h i s week were c o n f i r m e d last n i g h t by G. Oil. Ronmey, c h a i r m a n of t h e a t h l e t i c council. Ronmey said a r r a n g e m e n t s had been made to i n t e r v i e w .1 n u m b e r of possible successors to Bill Kern during the National Collegiate Athletic Association meeting. Kern resigned t h e head coaching post last fall. University o f f i c i a l s pointed OKI t h a i no commit rrsenis had been marie, and declined to say who would he interviewed, bin an u n - r ' H r i h u t p d mrv i n t h e Mor:-'in- town D o m i n i o n - N e w s said Hie nsi include;! i h e f o l l o w i n g : Head lYk-iuorj Howie Odell of Yak-. Do;-. Fav.ro; of Missouri, K f k Allen of Maine, Hugh Devore of Si. B i J i i a v e n u t r v . "Rulie" McCray or" \ V i i l i n m and M n r y ; T n d a ^ i ^ t a n t coaches -\ndy Gustafson of Army and J o h n n y Brickeis of ihe professional Cleveland Browns. Scores ! i l i " - l i n . : ; ^ i i m a \ | i i e i i i i u l u n \ i n . r.c ·r'-irl a n n u a l c o n v e n t i o n of the Nat i o n a l Collci;iate A t h l e t i c A.^soci- a t i o n . The oxeciilivo c o m m i t t e e of the N C A A , w h i c h will vote on amend- m e n t s to its "sanity cede" for col- !'-i;e a t h l e t i c s t h e l a t t e r p a r t of ' In.- week, is scheduled to hold i t s f i r s t session tomorrow. M e a n w h i l e , 'however, members of t h e American Association of Baseball Coaches KO! together w i t h one of t h e items hi.i;h on the agenda bein.U recommendations for a controlled eli.cibilit v agreement w i t h organized baseball. Plans for a second NCAA-spon- sored baseball t o u r n a m e n t also will ho on the program. The first t o u r n e y of t h i s group wns held at Michigan S t a t e College last summer. U n i f o r m procedure regnrfiiiig collogiate ( r a c k operatk.TH in the n a t i o n ' s colleges will he up for discussion at a meeting of the National Collegiate Track Coaches Association. Members of the American Football Coae'hes Association will open i h e i r sesxi'.-ns w i t h a rules meeting tomorrow. The football coaches" meetings w i l l conclude w i t h t h e j o i n t NCAA-College Phy-i'-al E d u c a t i o n Association session l-'riduy. Among items expected to be dis- i-'.issrd by t h e f o o t b a l l coaches are th'" 1 si:bst if u! ion r u l e , suggestii.vis t h a t the e x t r a point be eliminated, .·il!;.-\vi;;g e i t l i e r 1r-am t o advance a loose b a l l , and c l a r i f y i n g t h e rule w h i c h calls for a back to be at least one yard back of the .scrimmage l i n e in order to be eligible to receive a forward pass. Phllly Makes Bid A College Games | D u q u e s n e -55. Geneva 29. \ Loyola i Baltimore.' 64. A m e r i - ! can U. 55. i P H I L . \ n F L P l I I A . -- Phiia- bid Western M i c h i g a n 57. U t a h 5(i. , " · , - , - " " " , , H i i n o i s r,2. NV.:t hv.x-stL-M, !7. ' l e l n h i a UM.ay nu.de -.is tormal b \\"is,onsln 50. Minnesota 50. i o L M i e ^'\ Olympic games M i s s o u n -:-fi M . c h i g a n S l r l e -M. . r n c Q-J«Ksr C , , y s a p p l i c a l . f L u u s i a n a S t a t e :'.fi. c a t i o n of the _ jv,i.-., -,-· ^i.,,. v i..,, ( i |" · i n i i O f l s t a t e s O l y m p i c As.-.ociation No r t h 'Carolina 52? Tennessee -l.'i. ; h ' ; i e ''!-'rtoil'"i« O l y m i i i - Corn Texas . r i!j. Hic mi; ; : ?e. headed by A r t h u r C. K a u f - m a n s . Piii'iac'u.'iphia alrmg w h h Detroit, M i n n e a p o l i s and Los Angeles sent, delegation.-, t o the meeting of the I n t e r n a t i o n a l O h m n i c committee in Swedei: ia.-M J u n e , seeking the I'j.'ii; Ol\'i;i;!'.ad. None of t h e Ameri - - a n c i t i e s could o b t a i n t h e - neces- .;:.".'. m i . ' j j b e r of \'o!es. hnwevcr. and t h " n o d w e n t t o F i n l a n d . A.: a r e s u l t ilie L'.S. c o m m i t t e e R U S H V i L L E T!ie f o l i o w i n g decided io designate one American elected and a p p o i n t e d o f f i c e r s for '" i! . v ;is ;; "-' "oniiiu-o for the l!)5fi !!).!« w i l l be i i i s t n l i e d nt a m e e t i n g tames, cxr.ei t e t l t o be held in t h i s ] of K u s h v i l l e Lodge F. A. M. , · ' ' - - · : · · ··'··'· ··- ···:.'·· :.:l.".:- v.-f-r.;- ; . t o m o r r o w evening. Past master, ; v i ; l l ; i l ! l 1 . J f i n - ' to e n t e r t h e i r j . V. M. H y a t t , w i l l be installing of- ' a p p l i c a t i o n s . | ficer. a.-sisteri by past master. J. ' K a u f m a n n s a i f t t h a t main events A. Paddock: master. J. M. C l a r k : T r i - C i t i o s 59. Tc.iedo 56. M i n n e a p o l i s SO, F l i n t -12. Anderson 02. Sheboygun 61. Rushville to Seat Nev/ 1948 Officers The Big-gest Little Store in Town Owned and Operated by War Veterans I senior V.T,'-d.'-n. R. E. H a r t : .junior w a r d e n , F.dmund C l i r i s f i e l d ; soc- ri.-i.'iry. A. N. Tv.-jrebel!: treasurer. (,'. A. La/aru.-: t i l ' - r . G. M. Gra- !·.·!:!·; s"?;!:':' C!-;:c:';;. Kdv.','i:fi Go.-xi- ridgc-: j u n i o r deacon. Allen Loor : ;!s: .,i-:iiii:- ::ia^!e: of cei'etnoiiies. !"ud!cy V o o r h e e s ; . j u n i o r ;v:;:ier d.' ;-i-!'-:';i(:rv!es, .T"hn \\". J l o ' n a r t : M. .i. S t a p e ; T\J P ' j b n n f l i!..! ; .-:^-'.c'::e, e\-,-.[-: Vi.-fure ru · \-o;i \':', :i of: ;!;'· s k i r t , i:!·:···'.-. a -J ' ; . - ; . : ^ ; i / . ]'.-'";l t ·-.·/'-. ^ ··· r-f.'V' 1 ( ' X p e r t ^ rG : -·iigg''.-.': S t r e t c : : t i i e b a n d t n i t t . a n d I'.'.!,-! i«- |-.o::i in t h e P l i i l a d e l p h i a j M u n i c i p a l S t a d i u m , s i t e of the ,'in- ! · V ! ! : : S-'H- I . . - : n i l r - I n i v r r s i t y S i i i - ; :!i;;:.i and 1'i/nn s !· r a n k l m r icld i .·'·;-!::···! ;:; i , o t i i "Tuis. Then us" a I:-.';oo:- e v . - n t s would be held in · C"o:v, e::t':c.:i l i a l l . i i i i ' Arena a n d ! t h e i i a i i of .Vijoi'is. The c o m m i t t e e I ,;so i : ip.iSes t o biliiri a s w i m m i n g ! pii.-! v.:!;: .-cat- for li'.C'V) if P h i l a - i f!'-!pi:i;: or;;;ii:s l i i t - bid. j ' I c n i i N events w r i u i d he held at j ·'.·' C;-.!.-. K(i!i'.--s!rian events; on t h e - ! i - i ' - v o n a n d K.'.sinor h u n t grounds, j \ : ! ' - i i : i a i ; en Hariieg:!' bay oil t h e - ·Business Fflen's 9 Regular Dinners · Sandwiches Ka'jfn'.a'i: 1 ! - a i d a decision on i inc i t y si-lci:!fd by t h e !".S. Olympic ,.., r , 1 ,..;n,,,. ;., i'\;iectod in a few wcck.^. BO Class Gives $5 For SS Projector Mr:'.. I.loul V. M o f f e t t t - n t . - r t a i n I ··.-! : u s rneaibe:-.; of t h e }.(': flriN.- o: ! -:;e M«.-i l i f i r i i r t f : t i i l r ' - h al I tie . i a n ..-i;-v mc'-Miig last n i g h t i n l h - · · : ' · . · . · · . . . ; . · . , N'T!!: M r - i l l . M e . - l . ,\l t i e i ) . i - i ; i c - , s m e e t i n g c o n d u c t e d l i \ \lt':. U'. K. !iui':lass. fj.-'r.,:d:-.'it. .·.' was voted to help buy a projector :· ric usr-ri by the y o u t h d e p a r l a i e n t . ;·".:· e n t e r ! ; , i t t m e n t . Mrs. F f . N . ! ! · · . - ! ^ ;;ave a I ravel t a l k i l l u s t r a t e d :.i'--nis were soi've.'l by t h e hoMess, a - . - ' - i . - d 'ny Mrs. Charles F. Remis, -.li^ K a t e M. Caidwell, M i s . P h i l i p |{:o.-l-:eli)ank f i n d Mrs. Ray K. ula.... The next nu.'Ciing, Ph. ''.. w i l l be w i t h Mrs. Fred Ker.shaw, , 7 ^ W1NTERTIM is n a S Jh IM fl ^% fT$ ^ /fa jfrj ^ 37.50, c e . m a e a u The Men's Store ol '('anandaigua I

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