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f»AGB FOUR THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. TUESDAY, JANTARY 6,19.1S_ Weisenburger Scores Second Touchdown AP Poll Favors Michigan By Will (Jrinisli-y NEW YORK, (.-Pi--The b u r n i n g ' Sports question of i l i e day-- w h i c h i \vas the greater college f o o t b a l l ; power of 1947. M i c h i g a n or .Notre i Dame'.'--Never :o ne vuie-u on . the field, was answered today at | the ballot hox-and it's M i c h i g a n j almost two to one. | In a special Associated I'ress j poll of sports editors and football j \vriters from coast to coast. Midi- { figan received 226 votes as the su- i perior team to 11!) for t h e I r i s h , i while 12 of the experts suggesting 4he two mid-west g i a n t s should ·he rated equal. A total of 357 writers. f r o m ieaeh of the 48 states and the District of Columbia, took part in the "post-poll" poll, conducted by (popular demand as t h e result of The New Year's Day game t h a t saw Michigan's unbeaten, untied Wolverines smash Southern California in the Rose Bowl, 49-0. : coii;parati\ e scores w e , e h '.n t w o The ballot does not supersede o t h e r instances s w u n g ( h e oeridii- Ithe Associated Press' regular f i n a l i u m t o w a r d F r i t / Crisler's Men season rating o f ' c o l l e g e f o o t b a l l : OI - M i c h i g a n . ' F r« teams, released last Dec. 8. w h i c h ; .\,,.,i n ^. - | i ( ^i,,,.- two e . T m o ' iiS named Notre Dame !he m y t h i c a l j ^"j,',,',',, ' l i i e ,oams n. ! V d t h i s 1 n a t i o n a l chamnion w i t h M i c h i g a n ' · '..'.'. ' ,, ' , ,.,.., ,.,,,, ; t h e rimnerup. . A ','·",' ';;' '""·",'...':..'" , ' : : " , ' : . " , " ; . , , . ' . , ! N K \ V Y U K K . ' . ! ' \ \ l f n e \ el a i | m. · · · l i i e . " The 1-lG writer's who ens; ballots 5n that one gave l i i e points to 1,289 for the and awarded Notre Dame ,,,-.,,., place votes, w i t h Michigan g e t t i n g i who also had a H M I U . .only 25 and the other Xo. 1 tags : t r o u n c e d the \\ndcut.,. .o-O ^ ^ going elsewhere. : N o t r e Dame s u p p o r t e s rugiuv. Many of the participants in the ; c o m p a r a t i v e .scores i t r u . I oe no latest roll-call acknowledged t h e i r gauge because die Irish were m- opinions were swayed largely by dined to "pull '.heir p u n c ::s. o . tt j i First Loss Report Sports Roundup ,, , M * * . Rv HiM'h Fiillprtnn. Jr i U11UCI 1UQSS. OlCli By Hugh FuJlerton, Jr. Pari-Mutuel Laws · By Hufjh Fullerlon. Jr. j NEW YORK. t.-T'--Of the sea-| BOSTON ·!.," T i n - H"1 H j son's firs! returns, it appears t h a t ( ( . ia , lo , s ullck1 . Ma ^ a ,. i; .;, v i is' I some a m b i t i o u s runners will have ; v e . l r _ l ) U i p n r i . m u u i e l A a ^ , ! a lot of nuisance value in stirrin-r ! a w n;;s been ,,,, 11( ,,,. ( i h \ ' h e 13 a v ; · . , . , ex'-^-ment d u r i n s 'he indoor | S|aU , H; ., )le ^ j. ' ,.'..,.;.,.. a ,,,i i t r a c k season.. without ! Brt . w , ill j. ' ; spikes on Hat Armory noors S:ii- . operates a ,;,,,; ,,.,,,,...^ ,, : u . k , | urday, B r o w n i n g Ross of Villanova p o _ xnoro i ran a -1:1.V7 mile and Larry Ellis, j KH . tcl;i , , ,s .;o.U7 ; N e w York V. freshman, did -1:16.9 , fo .' £ U, ia ,'\£ ^ !; - e t i n g . t h r o u g h a hi- handicap flelo.. . . o n(11 ..,,i n - in \, i ; 'e-1 ··· i s u c h things, while they help to I S4( ;, P K,f it \ ' t ' 0 ;' u ,, s',«;',';VITS to I b r i n g out new t a l e n t , can he a ] '; '" l '~' ' n a v i m , ...... _ ; cnasers d a r i n g a i I he:.' 1 y.iun.iister to C o m m o n w a , h , * « - {·'iil.Uiack -hick \Vris.ci!iur.t;cr ( I S ) ci Mic!iiv:m f i n d s his way thniuuli t h e Southern California line to score tin- \Volvi'i-iiu-s' second towhilown inim t h e oi;e-y:m! i i n i - in l l n - i r »!-() rout of t?s_i;_ Trojans iii the l!osc iiowl si'isiili' at 1'asaiiiMia, Calif. ( A i * l O l y m p i c y c a r . . . : , ( , T , · · · . -- , 11SS are w i l l i n g to c.o j ,.,,,i,,,.,,,i i,, , , i , ,.· S"' ir i(;u s t a r t in hopes 01 ; ', ·' ' "' ' u u a l i i y i n g for t ,e Olympic t e n TM . , f n i m "'~:'» '· l '" t:l1 The \'et''rans. w h i l e t h e y like t o j win blH w i n t e r races, want t o ; TO ^MAXACJt.; Al'151'1 reach t h e i r peak for the mid-sum- | A l ' B U R N , i./p, . . . .... | A u b u r n Cayug; l s \,\ t i . e It Should Happen Ol'tener : Baseball Leagi,e, a ria.- ·' The last sentence of the mini'.les j "'is season. of t i i e recent meeting of Western i He is a ion 11O r , . \ c c i i ' \ Conference Tennis coaches reads: ; t a r y oi the Kt^-iirster Ad c l u b an "II was moved by Brain, second- j a v e t e r a n ot i, ()1 |, v.-o: !i: v. r ed by H r a u n . t h a t the m e e t i n g he ; j a.ii.i.iurned. The m o t i o n passed." i so i n l e r e - . i i n ; _ , i';aa:i.-..:i'.y j '. l.ea!'.\ w o n ' t -,,,. ; ! H,. i . . ! Take It Or Leave 11 ; d o w n ." . . . .\ t l ,i t |. , . I N o i r e Dame's F r a n k Leahy has : a dippii'.g a'noi,| a ; ' been the subject of assorted r u m - j H a r r y \ V r i g h i _ ,. l i : i ; ors, wiiich he has denied, ever \ I n s t i t u t e :.t I'toche. ; since the end of the regular f o o t - i says he i in c olls ; : ' ball .season. liere are a couple of j Leahy and feej s c ., I t more.. . .One correspondent w r i t e s : | F r a n k ' s i n ! e ! i i j , , n s . "I hear f r o m a guy who k n o w s i " F i a i u ^ s \\'ir!!; l; ^ t . wha! he's l a l k i n ^ a b o u t t h a t 1 h e ' w i l l resign at X o i : 1 L.A. Dons are i n t e r e s t e d in h a v i n g j ID'S. His · Leahy as coach and w i l l m a k e it DevoiV of Si. R «a«onable prices .. wotdm. *»9 · ·. no job too malL For "»9. repairing and adjusting bring Service B E I E N N E R ' S JEWELERS 135 South Main Street Sa:.i \ V r i g h t . h \ 1 b e ! i e \ ( I'sa.!.- a f t e v. Hi l i e 1:11:; Read the Want Ads o ens; ballots '·'.·!.Ue N "" v !lil "!'.' '; : ' V", · i '',,', ' ! h i m d - c d colle-' n-aciies and a t h - I ::::cl a n i u i a ! c o n v e n t i o n of the Nae I r i s h l.-lll) I'"!' 1 !1!l! ''- " i e r c i l u l l y . - - n - , . _ ! 1 K ' j k ,, u . 1 . r i -; 1 . j ; i l .. a ,, ( , l d v ,,,, l l ; m ( 1 ; i n ( i I ; u , , i a l C o l l . - i a t e A t h l e t i c A.-soci- ,e Wolverines : Wolverines rolled ov- - ' ^ l l - I o t i l t , r s ; ,,,: v i n ,, | u l U I . i v . baseball. : a t - o n . ame 107 first ; "'estei-n. ·!!)--]. v-'iuie_ ."e " 1 ' 1 i ; r a c k and foot!,all mentors he-an I The f - x e c h t i v o c o m m i t t e e of ili,- A Plan to Pay YOUR DOCTOR BILLS 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 A l e u i c a l service i^fpai iiucm. Mutual Benefit Health Accident A s M » : i ; . t i i i i i 1132 Sibley Tower Bldg.. R o c h e s t e r 4. N. Y. Please" send i n f o r m a t i o n on your n-.v p l a n to pay Uor- lor bills. Name . Address City ... Zone. U41DRID6E ; N C A A , w h i c h will vote on a m e n d - j ! m e n t s t o its "sanity eo-.'le" for col- · i !·-ire a t h l e t i c s t l i e l a t t e r p a r t o f ] ;!;..· week, i.s scheduled to hold i i s - , : f i r s t .se.^.sioii loinori'DW. | j M e a n w h i l e , 'however, mem hers . ' o f t h e A m e r i c a n Association o f ! i Basebal! Coaches .uot t o g e l l i e r w i t h one of the i t e m s hi_-,h on t h e auen- j : rla bein.y i ec-i.'mmend;itions f o r a : c o n t r o l l e d e l i . y i b i l i l v agreemon! ; i w i t h ori;ani/.ed baseball. I'lans for a second NCAA-spon- , W. Va. to Seek New Grid Coach Replacing Kern M O R G A N T O W N . \Y. Va.. '-·?'- Koporls t h a t West V i r g i n i a u n i - ; ^ !)asehall , O U r n a m e n t also w i l l I v e r s i t y r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s .vould seek , ^ (|n t h e nim The n ,, s( ! a new f o o t b a l l coach, i n New \or.k ; I ( i l , : .,, o v 0| - , h i s ;_,,,,;,,, , vn: , h o ) d a , ; t h i s week were c-onnrmed last : Mk . hi ,; : , n p t a t e College last sum; n i g h t by G. O l t Romney, c h a i r m a n ! t ! i f i | . -~ ; of the a t h l e t i c c o u n c i l . | " U n i f o r m procedure r e g a r d i n g Rornney said a r r a n g e m e n t s had ( . l ) i!,,o-j; l ! o t . ;R .i.-. o p e r a t i o n s in t l i e been made to i n t e r v i e w a n u m b e r na tV o 7i's colleges w i l l be up for of possible successors t o Bill Kern at a meeting of t h e Nad u r i n g the National Collegiate ! j 0na ] Collegiate Track Coaches A t h l e t i c Association meeting. Kern | Association. ' resigned t h e head coaching post , Members of the American Foot- Inst f a l l . ' b a l l Coac'nes Association w i l l open U n i v e r s i t y o f f i c i a l s p o i n t e d °ut ! , ! 1( .j,. sessi. -ns w i t h a rules meet- t h a i no c-omrr.i' mei'.is had h-oen '· ; n ,_r tomorro\-. f . The f o o t b a l l and cieclinocl io sav who would be i n t e r v i e w e d , but in u n - coaches:' conclude w i t h t h e .joint NCAA-College Phy- K i h i c a t i o n Association session f i w h Dor.iinion-X-J'W.-.- said Hie nsi j K r i t t a y . ; i i i c l L i d e d l i i e f o l l i i v . - i n u : i A m o n g i t e m s expected to be dis- | Head ivi.-ntors H o w i e Oriell of | :-.:--s( -! by ' ' , · · f " ( ' t h a ! i coaches are ' V a l e I-i,:; Fauro; of Mi-'souri, !·";·!.-. t h e s L i b s t i t u i j o n r u l e , simr.estii -:is ; Alien of Maine Hugh Devore of j t h a t I he e x t r a p o i n t be e l i m i n a t e f l . j Si. B;i5ave!i:uiv. -R;ilie" McCray ' ·:!':-'.v':- p - i l v - r tf-aiv. m advance a I if W i l l i a m and M ·',:··; i n d n « - i s t - I loose b a l l , and c l a n f y i n c ; the r u l e ] ant coaches A n d y G u s t n f s o n of A r m y a n d . l o h n n v R r i r k e l s o f i h o ijrofessionai Cle\elanci Browns. w h i c h calls for a back to be at j leas; one vorri iiack of t h e scrimmage l i n e in order to be eligible io receive a forward pass. Cage Scores i. BE SORRY IF vou DON r\ T i ^ E TH£R£PLiTAT FOR F1ME SERVICE AT j WHY DON'T DCOWM XOUft SORROW Beat the Meat Crisis. . Bi^y a FOOD FREEZES FROM ollege Games j i5. Geneva 20. ; B a l t i r r . o r e ' f i - 1 . A m c r i - ! Philly Makes Bid Mi For 1958 Olympic !..".·,,!;: ·an !'. :"i. W e s t f ' i ' i i M i c h i g a n 5" i i i i i i o i s .":.', N ' . r l ! : \ v e s l ' j : n \'\'i--"onsin :":). M i n n e s o t a 5n. ."··iissorri ':('. M i c h i g a n S i r ; 1 !'. N ' o ! ; ' ]::'.'.':' 77. Gpor^etown f'! 1 . N o r t h C a r o l i n a 52. Tennessee !.'·'. Texas .')!;. Kice. -:4. Nation:;! JjcagJic Tri-C':lies :V:'I. T(.l»-do fifi. M i n n e a i d . I i s Su, F l i n t 12. A n d e r s o n 02. Shoboygan fl. Rushviile to Seat New 1948 Officers The Bigffest Little Store in Town Owned and Operated by \ V a r V c i c r a n s electee! ai'iti a p p o i i i t c f i o f f i c e r s f o r I O I Q , v ; ) i i,,, ; n o ; i ] ! e c l at :i meeiitiL; of K u s h v i i i o Lo(!-e !·". ^ A. M. t o m o r r o w evening;. Past master. V. M. H y a t t , w i l l be i n s t a l l i n g of- fi'-er. assisted by past master. .1. A. Paddock: master. .T. M. C i n r k : .-.'·nir,; v. r.'d.-'ti. R. I-".. l i n n : j u n i o r w a r d e n . K d u M i n d C ' i i r i - f i e l f ! : sec- r e i a r y . A. N. T-.vi'ciiel!: treasui'er. A. I . a / : i : u . - : t i l e r . (.;. M. 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The roa'i . ;o r n ; i i : i a ~'.v;i i' - for l i ' . i ; ' i n i:" :-.s t ; , , . b'.d. v.ou!d he iidd a t i I i t ; and Gi.-.-Ynanio.va r - r i - k - ;| i ^ i i i ' - s i r i a i l e\ en! 1 - on l!ie · h i m ! g r o u n d s , en I'ai'li":;.!' ba on the WINTERTIME ·;s;on on ! ' M e U.S. O l \ : : , j \;ject('f! in a !· BO Class Gives $5 For SS Projector M r : . I.lo;.d V . M o f f c i t e : i t . - r t a i : i : :"-: i i i e a l b e : · 01 t h f }·,( " l a - - · i.'iirt r n u r ' - l i a« i n - - . ' ; ; M ' a i e e ' i n ^ i r r - l n i u . ' i t m l i : i i . i . ' i t e - , . i n e e ' i i i L ' . i oi :du c! '·(! b;- · =a . 'jiasHsasasr^abo \D!ed 10 h e l p buy a p i o j e . - t n : · user! ry I he y o u t h d e p a r l - c n ! f r t . ' i i t i ' v . e n ! . Mrs. H. N. ·. - :ave a 1 ravel t a l k i l l u s t r a l e d | - . v i . i . - ' l l o n l e \ i e \ V S . Jtel!''" 1 !]i!s wei'e server! by the hO'.lcs.-, ;,.,·] by Mr-.. C h a r l e s F. Hemis, , K a t e M. Caidwell, M i s . P h i l i p ·!:e!naiik and Mrs. H a y K. ;;ias . Tiie ne.\I m e e t i n g , Feb. ill i n - w i l l ) Mr.s. Fied Kershaw, I ' ::i i ;..riia;ri streel. Reg, $30 leg, S45.00, $50.0 Thf Men's Store oi

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