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?AX3» FOUR THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., FRiDAY, JANUARY 9,194$ v b C t Sr e 1; " ! FRtf TO EXPECTANT MOTHERS on p r e r. 'jr' n i a a d n e w b o r : MATERNAL and NEWBORN CARE, was written by an outstanding specialist for expectant mothers on the fundamentals of prenatal and newborn care. 64 pages of educational text with 29 illustrations, charts and graphs. A helpful guide for all expectant mothers. ·5 ·t ( ·I THE WINSHIP PHARMACY Ray F. Winship, Ph. G. 142"South Main St. Phone 28 Matched luggage for men at rock-bottom prices! it's Samsonite .STRONG ENOUGH TO STAND ON! Handsome, sturdy, smartly fitted.. .and above all, economical! That's what makes Sajftsonite America's favorite luggage... aim the best luggage value we know. We have matched sets at less than you'd expect to pay for just one piece! Come in and choose today from our complete selection. «. Samsooite Overnight Cate b. Samsonite Men's Two Suiter See! You can neatly, quickly. easily in a Samson- ite Two Suiter. 'SuptrliiuiSamtenite. Standard Stmimiu fticti lift. Atlfricii suijttt tt uditiRf Uuu. PKOV£N A M f * / C A N W O R f D AtltW/VfS Sottu-doj Evtninf Put. Ctllitr'tand Eiquitt Shenkman's Tune in WGVA Daily at 6:10 for Local and Vicinity News CA Quint At Waterloo, Tonight The Academy varsity cagers | May Approve Purity Code" But prove to bo a major indication of · the local loam's success or failure to qualify for the sectionals, at the i fJ nll U* close of ihe Finger Lakes league j L/OUDT schedule. j ' ....... -- liy one of those odd coincidences By \Vill Orinish'.v so often occuring in sports, the j N'l-'W VOKK, .-l» -Tin- NCAA's Waterloo hitfhschool's quint, that j "sanity code" starts through the of Geneva and the Acadeniians are 1 final mill today w i t h athletic chief- ill a three-way tie for the league's tains freely predicting its approval third-place standing. The Geneva cagers meet second r .'l'i ( ' j O Nov."~!?'k :'*!-' rt *'"ni°bt. In that Geneva and CA are the only class AA teams in an otherwise strictly class A league, either of the two can qualify for the class AA sectionals by leading the ot.lier in f i n a l league standings. Wins by both teams would leave Geneva and CA s t i l l in she same standings position. However, in a list of the first ger Lakes leagues conference, the twenty scorers in the Wayne-Fin- Academy varsity has a somewhat better showing. Of the two teams, CA's Nel Saeger leads w i t h a total but many of t h e m .foreseeing fail-|." lire in the accomplishment of its ' a i m s -' ' 'AboMI 100 Academy students are "You can't entorce n.".me prom-j i n ^. o K e ( i ln t n e school's in'ia- ,m,l ,. nn ,.h :,,,] " M n n v w i l l v«. « . ^.^j b a s k e t b a l , league. W h i c h Intra-Mural Cagers Under Way At CA, Ten Teams Playing inent coach said. "Many will vote for the code while 'figuring Ollt j started a schedule of contests i Tuesday on the annex court. Ten as "just a j teams 'are already formed, scrap of paper" and "rules w i t h - | thei : 0 v .. iu possibly be more, at ways to beat it." Such expressions out teeth" wore bandied about as i l . 01 . (lmu ,,, George H. Wilbur, of the National Collegiate Athletic | ihe Academy faculty, who is di- Association'x executive committee i njetin the program prepared to dig into the code to- ! ,' ^.^ tenms " arc expected 10 %; ,, . , . I compete in games each Tuesday The code, a group ot proposed a n d ' rnul . sd .°, M r. Wilbur said, lonh 1-0-?; Mover. 1-0-2;-r?ml('!ln. 0-0-0; BeahaFtf 0*0-0; Sherry, tf- 0-0: Selbach, 2-0-4; Totals: FCs, 6; FTs, 0; TPs. 12. Defeats: Marfioti, 0-0-0; Buon- l " 11 ; anno, 0-0-0; A. Greene, 2-0-4; Car- rlt '" r i lile, 0-0-0; Haygood, 0-0-0; Clark, li-O-O. Totals: FGs, 2; FTs, 1; Tl's, ·1. Pumpers 28, Frosh 12 Pumpers: .Genecco, 2-1-5; Boyle,. 4-1-9; Mu.scato, 4-1-9; Roth, 2-1-5; constitutional amendments design-j rTM. e « "Tha Vm«' * " be held i ^''T ^l',*TM"^ FGs ' 12; uri 1 1 \ r»i i i - V i « i i i-i 1 / i t 1 1 . . . i i K . : , 4 . - , « * ; , T . i f c * ~ - l/"T\- -1 - T^lJt- *W t-d to curb a t h l e t i c subsidization. on oilier days if such is necessary FTs, -1; TPs, 28. wi» ^ placed before the entire ^ ^^"",,'\^ s c h e d u l e " m - ! Frosh: Genecco, 1-2-4; Cannon, scoring so far Mhis sen.TM of^ 22 | NCAA membership Saturday. In- viclir ^ evei . y t e a m an ^ chan.-e j ^,^'n^'r^^,, ^ points. Mabel, Geneva, and Rod-jdicaiion.s are it will meet only | , ,,£,.,-,,, ,-,,,,,,;,. p Osi , ions in ', ,,,. j 0-0; Wager, 0-0-0; Gcsper; -Ml- nt-y, CA, arc tied w i t h 15 points i scattered and no organr/.od resist- i u ,. un s l ; l l l ( l i n i , N :U t i n - nid of i l , c i '»tals: l*Cs, 6; P T s , O; PPs, 12. each, followi-d by Kirk, Geneva, i-ance. i si-'ni-s ' 1-1 point-s. i Representatives of i h o South- Coach Frank Krantel is expected east. Southwest and Southern c-on- Fi/ur contests wore settled on to start tonight's contest with the ferences. where the loudest pro- same familar line-up: Dick Rod- j tests were expected, said last night ney, c; Mike Kidder, g; Bobby ; they expected the new standard Fox "· Nel Saeger, f, and Bob ' of conduct to be approved "\vith- Sals'ich, f. ' Ollt trouble." The ,1-V'p. onioyine a whirlwind But many of them were cynical, season to date, having lost only j ***"'"* n 1 u^ ( U l i l l i t ' l ° p u n " same order): Purcell, 1-0-2; Seng- one contest, are expected to have I f college athletics. Indians ·;;", Hot shots I t Indians: Persons, 1-0-2; Wool- 3 _ 1 _ 7 . Russe]li 0 _ 2 _2; Fox, 3- i t h e annex hardwood Tuesday, and j g-S;' Buckley' 3-0-6; Hamilton.' 0- a like number were played today. A scoring summary of the Tufs- day games follows: Bohemians 12. Defeats 4 Bohemians (showing players nnmes-. FGs. FTs. and TPs, in The liitle difficulty while on the Waterloo court. Coach Edwin Draper will probably start w i t h R. Mack and B. Strait, forwards; J. D. Fox and V. Valvano, Boylan. center, guards, and the lineup. "1 am sure you will soe a lot of poor boys going to collect'- because they aro good halfbacks," commented Coach Carl Snavely of North Cage Scores Carolina. The code permits grants to a t h - letes under certain conditions and allows institutions to contact play- j ers as long as they keep their I sales t a l k w i t h i n catalogued hounds. The NCAA plan calls for enforcement t h r o u g h special committees. - · In the major meeting yesterday the rules committee of (he American Football Coaches Association decided the football game is fine as it is and recommended no major changes. The group, headed by Coach Lou Little of Columbia, suggested two minor a l t e r a t i o n s , in rules: d) j A f t e r A second successive out of \ bounds kickoff, the ball goes to the j receiving team ten yards in front I of the kick instead o'f on the kick- | er's 40; (2) When a player is in- Local T Girls Lose Cage Test, Geneva, 15-13 The De Sales, Geneva, girls' cage team defeated a team of senior YMCA girls, of this city, on the court of the Geneva 'Y 1 last night, in an invitation game. The final tally was 15-13. The team of local' senior 'Y' members, formed only yesterday, and without previous practice together, provided the Geneva quint with strong opposition that held the Genevans down to their final I jured after the fourth'-time out in two-point margin. |a half, only the injured player can A return game is tentatively i be substituted for w i t h o u t a pen- slated to be held here on the 'Y' ' -"- alty. of the court, Thursday evening, Jan. 22. Other developments -- - . - 'i . , 1. ,1 , ~ r ^ l T r ^ - i - - , * / · * · * A rt~,-, f . ? , , - . ,, . ToeSaJes i (1) The National Collegiate Erii. 2-0-4; Dennsmore, 2-0-4; i Track Coaches Association recom- Dwyer, 2-1-5; DiAmico and Ry- j mended that a straight Olympic onne, O-o-O; O'.Maiiey. 1-0-2. To- program be adopted for the 1948 tals: FGs. 7; FT.s, 1; TPs, 15. ' Canandaigua '¥' Poole, 2-3-7; Gregg, 1-0-2; Sherry, 2-0-4; Dugan, Herendeen, Games Holy Cross 76, American I n t f r national -19. New York 77, Duke 56. M a n h a t t a n 58, West Virginia ".'.'. Buffalo U, -15, Western Reserve 40. Westminster ( P a . ) 70, Bethany (W. Va.) 55. Allegheny 56. Rochester 4fx Buffalo Teachers 61, Grove City 46. Rhode .Island State 48, Maine : Hartwick 67, Susquehanna -16. New York State League Mohawk 112, Oswego 51. Association of America Baltimore 78, Chicago 75. St. Louis 76. Washington 7:!. National League Minneapolis 68, Syracuse . r 9. Toledo 62, Indianapolis 47. Fort Wayne 65, Sheboygan 47. Anderson 83, Moline 57. Pacific Coast League Portland 48, Tacoma 37. Astoria 55, Seattle 52. 0-0. Totals: FGs, 10; FTs, 5; TPs, 25. Hot shots: Emerson, 0-1-1; Webster, 1-2-4; Erdle, 0-0-0: Channave. 0-0-0; White, 2-1-5: Redman. 1- FGs, 4;-FTs, 6? TPs, 14. Tigers 12, r.Ianglers "! Tigers: Clohecy, 2-0-4; Con'. 0- i d-O; Hanley, 2-0-4; Mason, u-0-0; I Mason, 0-0-0; Outhouse, 1-0-2; I Brand, 0-2-2. Totals: FGs, 5; FTs. i 2 TPs, 12. · Manglers: Ceravallo, 0-0-0; Vitalone, 0-2-2; Badger, 1-0-2; Cutri, 0-0-0; Pietropaolo, 1-1-3; Maio, 00-0. Totals: FGs, 2; FTs, 3; TPs. 7. The results, of the games played yesterday follow: Indians 24, B Frosh 23. Defeat's 27, Hotshots 17. Wolf Pack 35, Cobras 13. Pumpers 17, Bohemians 16. (Note: The detailed results of the above four games will appear j on this page tomorrow..) -rf- YOUTH GROUP MEETS E A S T BLOOMFIELD -- T h e weekly meeting of the Youth Jf'ei- ipwship of the Methodist ehurcn will be held Sunday evening at i in the church social j'ooms with Miss Hazel Bowdren as leader. FUNERAL DIRECTQBS or t2S» RADIATOR REPAIRING Cleaning--Recormg ,Don't Let A Leaky tta of Your Supply DP Atf ' ' ' ' "· I Our service includes j-emoviiig. flushing, repairing nn! cl whole cooling system. --Prompt and .Courteous Service -- the ; Holcomb Cornish Bros. Garage ALL WOOL FLANNEL Slacks 'For Casual Comfort Grey--Brown $Q50 8 Polimeni's Men's Sip J. F. POLIMENI, Manager-".,;*:. '··, 35 Niagara St. . Cananetaigua WINTER SPORTS FLYING IN QUEBEC BOM lit It NEW YORK, ()--The * Twentieth Century Sporting club announced it expected to "close the NCAA meet at Minneapolis, June I deal " toda ' for Joe Louis 10 de " 1S-19, and be staged metric .system. under the Murray and Jeudevine, 0-0-0. Totals, FGs, 5; FTs, 3; TPs, 13. Hockey Scores American League Buffalo 5. New Haven 3. Indianapolis 5, Philadelphia 1. IT. S. League Fort Worth 3, Minneapolis 2. Maha 7, St. Paul 4. Quebec Senior League Shawinigan Falls 6, Boston 4. Ottawa 7, Valleyfield 3. fend his heavyweight boxing [ championship outdoors here in (2) The American Association o f ' June College Baseball Coaches voted to petition the NCAA to recognize The announcement added the promoters hoped the Brown Condensed Statement AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1947 RESOURCES Cash, cash items and due from banks. ______________ §1,427,852.49 United States Government Securities ______________ 7,763,754.49 Other 'Securities ________________________________ :J41,S2S.02 Loans and Discounts and Mortgages ______________ 1,146,342.41 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets 46,168.11 4,610.52 Total Resources LIABILITIES Common Stock $250,000.00 Surplus 250,000.00 Undivided Profits 455,665.19 Reserve for Contingencies 70,337.93 10,730,556.04 Total Capital Accounts 1,026,003.12 Deposits Other Liabilities ,,___. 9,703,684.53 868.39 Total Liabilities i _ _ _ ^ 10,730,556.0! .-··^^^ -*·· TRUST DEPARTMENT Estates, Trust and Guardianships $781,107.18 Custodian Accounts 904,718.30 Total $1,685,855.48 CANANDAIGUA NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal neiosit Insurance Corfiorarion Member'Fet/crai Reserve System their association as the only or- j Bomber's opponent would be .ler- ganization to promote IT. S. "base- I se y Joe Walcott, the veteran who ball participation in the Olympics, i floored Louis twice before drop- and ask" that the sport be placed P in S a s P Ut decision early in Deon the 1952 Olympic program. ;· cember.« ! Club officials continued nego- Rlarlrurall ^5+at»« «·»·- -.i-u-itions with Louis'and .his hand- JJiaUW'Cli OlayS Oil ! lers yesterday a n d ' a f t e r a lengthy Do tVio r*i«««» Dil i ! conforence .said "only a few minor AS IHC 1/inCy rllOt j details" remain to be worked out. j , . _ . - -- - ,.--___ CINCINNATI, (JP)~Ewell Blackwell, the whip-armeri right-hander who put together 16 straight wins - i n c l u d i n g a n o - h i t t e r - - in w i n n i n g 22 and losing eight games for the C i n c i n n a t i Reds last season, today was under contract for the 1948 campaign, at a salary t h n t may exceed S25.000. Reds' President Warren Giles NORMAN STAYS ON WILKES-BARRE,' Pa., GP-Bill N o r m a n will c o n t i n u e to m a n age i h o \Vilke.s-Bcirre Barons in t h e Eastern Baseball league in Club President Mike McNally announced vesterdav that Norman had signed a new contract. Norman will be one of the few hold- announced yesterday t h a t the lim-.j overs in -, hc . circuit, as mo.st clubs wr six feet-five inch pitcher from ! w i n introduce new pilots. san Dimas, Calif., had accepted ! . terms and, although the from office keeps the payroll a secret, it was the concensus of sports writers thru Blnckwell DHLS became i h e highest paid of Ihe hired help i n c l u d i n g Manager .Tojinny \eiin. One source close to the club's HIGH SCORE RECORD MOHAWK, N. Y., t/P--The Mohawk Royals hold the New York State Professional Basketball league high-scoring record by v i r - tue of t h e i r 112-51 victory last n i g h t over Hie Oswego Pontiacs. L'tica held the previous record The Province of Quebec offers contrasts unknown elsewhere in North America. fovms of transportation which encompass-a great range .of the province's histoty. Flying, iip'fi'orl;) . Montreal, a Wheeler Airlines p l a n e ' h a s just landed at St. .Tovite; with 'a group, of .sRjers'.' 'Qn~Ha'n4". tO, take them to their destinations are a dog-team and a s t a t i o n wagon. Mount Trerhblant's rugfgprf Soip'es' are seen in the background. . · · · · ' . · ' Filackwoll's new salary at $2f,OnO. i d e f e a t i n g Albany. ROYAL PRESENTS A NEW CLEANER FINEST OCSLirr-CREflTER VALUE Firtl "cybMUr" type tienr.er to s»ot th« ROY*J. . «ie. It! ,aon:h, ulent, el.'jcien! cleanjns icf.fl --tt rmicr,:os.s Vfleuty and wse ol -««[«.'Jcn, is instant adaptability to «v6 r ^ uotia^hotti cleaning rteed, leaves nothing to b« d.sir«J. It'« a ROYAL through and thiough. iurnuhed conpltu with ail tool* and accessories at illustrated. 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