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PAGE FOUK THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1948 fl Right to the Head Upset CA Varsity ^^ n ^W I Sweden Outpointed i By Murray Rose I N K W Y O K K , -·?· The i'.-';:vy-- | v.vigh; p i c i . i r e w a s n ' t b r i g i s i e n e d | !r. Oi!o T;"'iiv:-.., -.:··.-.. '. i:!xi ; ;: ' : i I M a d i s o n .Squari- ( : n i u i i i . ! Oile c a n ' t :'i:-h'. ;.·!!.! ijiivio Minelli of Milan. Italy's welterweight champion ( r i g h t ) , lands a. ri.uht cross to the ht'as! of J o h n n y l i r a t t u u il' Chicago during the 10th and f i n a l rounds of t h e i r fight at Philadelphia. Mint-Hi won rfte decision. (AP W i n - p h o t o ) .! i; -.- Loi'.;.-' ; ( u : : i : " ! t ; u - 'n.: c.i!;ii.-niu-r. . f e \ i r . \\':;s open i u i :; \ o u n g . i i o i - e s i - l o - ·' -j( odi - 1 a spot -esi-lo- v/as last Star Cleaner Cagers Club, Idle Several Years, Is Revived in B8-24 Win Over Palmyra Team Say, Ripley! Look At This j The'Waterloo high school'* Indians, di-seribed as tin? season'.·· ; surprise q u i n t of i h e Finger Lakes i loop, proved themselves just fiat j last night at Waterloo, when ihoy ' scalped llio CA varsity capers. : Hut the local capers proved : themselves to be no less a Mf- l prise d u r i n g the tussle, when af- i ter tailing I'oi two ^ miners. \hey i i Daren iron; a si.\-poim uciicit u- i 1 a three-poini lead in t h e t h i r d | j quarter, and then, to provide t h e ' I surprise t h a t surprised the sur! prise, proceeded to Uiio\v ihe iead j ' and t h e iramc a\vay in the oru-.y j ; l o u r t h . j F u r t h e r sin prise wa. caused by ! the Academy capers' sudden ·;·;/- j u r e \ \ i t h basket-nlindnoss. Weak in t h e shot s i n k i n g catagory all j I the .season, the varsity q u i n t show- j I ed remarkable improvement ; n i t h e i r -11-23 win over Penn 1'an. j here, Dec. IS. a f i e i a week of i x - i tensive shot d r i l l ordered by I Frank Frantel, coach. The Star Cleaners, an o l i i s t a n d I ing local cage c l u b of recent years. ^ ' reappeared t h i s week to defeat the j However, last n i g h t , t h e y sac- j i Palmyra Scarlets. Gb-24. in a ct.-a- j ceec j e d in m a k i n g good only seven i test played Tuesday night at Pai- j ( ,f 23 f r e e - t h r o w o p p o r t ' m i t ' u \ i niyra. j \\-hile t h e i r o p p o n e n t s made good j · The t e a m which has been inac- ; j-,. -i , ) O j m s out of 21 chances. I : l i v e for several years. · started a j I t was p 0 r n a p s t n e loughesi i f j ; belated o f f i c i a l season wil'h a bril- ! no{ 1)es , f o l l i ,| U C O litest of i h e sea- j (.Pi--Welter- ham performance, \vhieh was led ! s o n _ . )m , f()1 . l h o f j l . s , t i m 0 i l!le i Branch Kicki-y ( l e f t ) , president and grneral munagfcr of .Hie Hrooktyn I)o;Ij;vYs, talks w i t h LCD Shirochcr, clul) manager, during New York press coiilVi-eiicr at which they discussed plans 1'or tile team for the 1!M8 season. Kickey a!.-,o disclosed that the club had « ac-quin-il the Dodgers franchise in t h e Ail-American Football Con- : 1'erence. P-5^»**iT^*y « P - T A crowd of Id.-i^S who e o n t r i billed to a gross gate of S-53.670 booed ai intervals. Much of t h e i g i i i was lY'iighi at c'nv.;o quarters. An even nigger roar of disapproval w e n t u p when Judge C i i a r l e y S h o r t e l l ' s card was read, f a v o r e d Tanciberg, 5-4-1. Ref- K c i d i e Josephs a n d ' Judge I Georse Lecron gave it to Maxim. · The Associated Press ; scorecard save it to Maxim, i-2-l. i 11: i . . i To ·· K;^-; in S t o c k h o l m last s u m - : J5ALE.M. N. Y _ . , .,,,,, ,.,,,,. , :-,·:·. m a u l e d him.-,eif out of t h e j weight Fred Ladd will meet an ; by Louie Stanriish, who scored t h e j^mp-n^iveiy larger size of ,he 2.3 years his j u n i o r in i same's h i g h ot 26 points. ! o p p o n e n t s appeared to be of con- nmv-: mm- ! o n p o i i e n t 2.i years his .umior m ; ««""-· ^ '.".-""' -" i^"""-- i o p p o n e n t s appeareri to ne ol con- i A n i e r i c f t n !.*-ainie · i i i s .'vWn.d and last f i g h t . Among the other team mem'ws. ' s i'derable d i s a d v a n t a g e t o the local I 0 -.,.,.,,, o » v ., . h ;l,,. , n h u ; :. w i l l - j A f t e r t h a t . t h e ' W a s h i n g t o n ', moM of" w i u . m we.v members of : L . acors . ' { i^l\^l^'u" c r u d e and j c o n a t y boxer w i l l retire---at the · f o r m e r CA q u i n t s , were such h i g h : g u l on ]y d u r i n g t h e : r brief j O ' l l ' l - i n d T ' Fre-ino -1' " ; age of 72. - s c o r e r s as \ V a c k y Spears, willi 16 j| scol . ins ra i' iy oi ,iie t h i r d frame, V . U1 ' C ^ UVC1 . g' Tacomn '", .is c u t e a s ; Larid. who claims he never has points, and Boh Mulhen;ii, w u h 1_. w h o n ,|, c CA cagers swep; from ' tjucbei- Senior' Lea- ne \ v i i i i b o t h ; been knocked out by an amaHeur. Neat t e a m w o r k , snappy plays b e l l j n t | t o t a ' K O j h e m o m e n t a r y ^ r o l 1 I r , . . · l ] 10 Hos'lon :"" i ... ... . ,, . . ,*_ -/-, . . . , , , , t . . : , . j , t - , . r ^ l . i l ' . , » T t - I \ ' f i f i . ' ' l i ( i r i ^ . ' \ \ ' i ' - r i l - . * 1 ^ 1 . n . . . i . · __ . · n . ' l i t . i . i n J - . i j\ - · - ked out by an ama\eur. M a r t y Dv.-yer, -I!), of A p r i l G. Neat t e a m w o r k , snappy plays a n d s t r o n g d e f e n s i v e actions | shown hy U e n e M u r p h y . Joe B u g i bee, Jim Fogarty. and Jock Mu!Rochester olfer Is ,, , . M o n t r e a l 111, Host on 5. lead,* did t h e y reveal the flash in- Eastern League 1 spiral ion and i'K-rce d e t e r m i n a t i o n ! N c ,,. V ( , r k (; _ A t l a n t i c C i t y 1. , . , t h a t has p u l l e d i h e m aut oi l o u g h , .. ..... ! h e r o n , who, wuh t h e rest ol "'' s j ,., )OIS acver! ,i t i m e s t h i s seaMin. I '· ! local cagers, marie an early SCCK- j Ne) s , ieMI . whose u n s t i n t i n g PAGE STAYS \VSTI1 Y A N K S ! ! ing s t a r t s v h i c h was never heauen d j |y O f p ^ y - mg ef ; ort has i n | N E W Y O R K . .,T, - Joe Va;;e, ace : ! i ' i \ ' 1 M t - S t { * « l l i r j l S - . . . i . - . . . » . i _ ' i . « ^ . . . _ . . . . · · · . * : ... the Scarlets. ! " T h e h a l f - t i m e score was 20-b'. i f a v o r i n g the locals. ] According; to cay. | bee. who is also serving as i team's p u b l i c relations man. the | ' t e a m is l o o k i n g for several more i the past served 10 s p a i k the enl i r e t e a m , again led and i e f t the t e a m in scoring, a c c o u n t i n g for 11 j ' o i n t s . Salsich f o l l o w e d _ \ v i t h eight, f o u r of w h i c h \ \ e r e free-throws. For the Indians, Dressing led relief h u r l e r of the New Y o r k ; Yankees, is t h e lale:;t 10 agree to I'J-IS c o n t r a c t t e r m s . J H H 0 H FURNITURE CO. Complete .. . Home Outfitters : personally or w r i t e to h i m . at ; G o r h a m '.-ireet. t h i s city. i ^9 H f i ' · · ffl 8 _^W J. -^^ «^ LA Inira- "TODOLETJS CLASS" ! D U N E D I N . Fla., .-P--The other . : PHPILPS The uuuple.s c l u b i .. : -! c o n t e s t a n t s in t h e n i n t h a n n u a l . . ; ' (.if t i i e P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c i i art- ! PGA Senior Golf t o u r n a m e n t had 1 : · sponsoring a plan for a "Toddlers '· t h e i r eyes on Chr.rles McKenna of . Idas-;" d u r i n a c h u r c i i service each ' Rochester, N. Y., as i h e second u n c i a \ m o r n i n g . MI i n a l m o i n e i i · n a i l oi U i e ou-noje e \ c i u gui. im- sr:'.;:ll c h i l d r e n m.av a t t e n d I h e i der wav tcxlr.v. I ed by the eccentricities revealed j bv t h e i r seniors f r o m game to I game, swept I h r o u g h lo a n o t h e r j v i c t o r v . downing the- Waterloo ' J-Vs, 37-19. Boylan led the J-V scoring w i t h 12 points, followed hy Cobbett. who accounted for six I point?. I The KCOre.s b\ q u a r t e r s : ' Waterloo: 13 '?- 30 -10 Academy V a r s i t y : 9 16 -33 35 The scores ny q u a r t e r s : Waterloo J-V: 5 -i '·: .-! I \ ... ,t. , T \-· l i 1") .1 7 Scoring details for the second j T h e c o i n p | e t e ; M | X snii ,, s : 0 r j L 03 Ot e Enamel Flanf issume Operations Joe DSMaggio, Yankees outfr.'-hl: 1 :'. sisov.-s In^ rii-ni !? sporrs writer ai a NV\v York ·«!!*' \vinTi' he K i i s i o n n c i ' j l t h a i he. was "very happy" an:! ' · ; i u i \ . s::;bfi^:l" v/:th the sie\v c o n t r a c l he signed w i t h the Vanl;.-es. iJi.M.iggir, (lec;i;icii io reveal ti-i!ii.s of the contract lull George \Veiss, i i i e team's gea, ral manager, conceded it "approached" $75,dO(i. c o m p l e t e nox scores ' ' " ' i p f j games w i l l appear on t h i s j Lr! id-Nishf Jan. llth i .H. W i i b u r . p;a., ,.. ::,-:p o u i . i i is cxiJL-ji'.-n i n a t : r( . ; ,,. osl ..-ompe'.iiors. Ben l i i c h i e r t League play is a l a i e d i o r ever\*j t h i s S u n d a y w i l l be ihe o p e n i n g Ml - g. u Louis and George S m i t h of i Tuesday and T h u r s d a y u n t i l the t i a t e for i ne p l a n . ; i.ake Forest, 111., at five -jlose of '-. tn d of "the series. Manchester Club play yesterday. Sports 'Roundup liy Hugh Fullerlon, Jr. | Indians '34, Frosh 23 · I n d i a n s : Russell, 2-2-6: BeVier. ! 1-1-;-;; Persons. 1-1-".; Fox, 1-0-2; 1 \V. ols'c-n. 2-0-4; Buckley. 3-0-6. FGs, i f ) ; FTs, 4; TPs, 24. Fros'h: Cannon, 1-1-3; Gosper, T K R -- A niomlv:-- s h i p charier 'has boon g r a n t e d J r . - 1 t h e r e c e n t l y orgmii/.od M a n c h e s f e r I "Rod and G u n c l u b by the N a t i o n a l j R i f l e association, it. has been an- | in ·3-2-8- Ellis, 2-0-4: Coates, 1-0-2; j n o u n c e d . '| ! Genc'cco ''-0-r Parry, 0-0-0; Wag- M i k e D e n n y and O l h e Dell.-i-! .' ,,,· 1-0-2 FGs ' i n - FTs 3; TPs, 2?.. chif-sa are c r e d i t e d w i t h h a v i n g ha- j By Hugh Fnlh-rton, Jr. N K W YORK. (.-?i--In a long and { D e f e a t s ·-., Hot Shots 17 academic speech to t h e j- Defeats: Carlile: J-0-2; Buonanno. 2-1-5: Haygood. 1-12-1; Marafio- N C A A and f o o t b a l l coaches yester- l i a l e r l and sparked I he : \\'e'osier, 1-1-3; i 1 hf 1 d r i v e i. Knlli... l-d-2; Knr-r- i s m - i - f s - . i ' i i i i v i success a m o n g 1 lie s p o r t s m e n ol' . - n i h i - . ^ h : i s i . - - " : i :;r-ii w i t h t h e . ,-iay. Dr. George Zook. president of ] ,jj . 1 . ( ] .!3 ; ' cirecne. 4-0-8: K n o p f , : lie A r n o ; ' j ' - ; : n C o u n c i l of E d u c a - i ^.'u i.( ;^ ] · · i-'Ts '.',: TP.s, 27. : : , ) : i . p: !.;».·.!·,-! . - a h s i d i / . i n g i . O ' i i i f i . i i i i H · ,'[.", s } . , , J : \ \ ' f i i s t e r , 1-1 r c . H v g e su:de:-.t.-. at ! .i:e r a t e of y i 2 u . \vii" ; , r i-ii-s; K r d i e . l-d-2; K m - . . tX)0.iJ:i) and r.-;ore a y e a r . .. Before : ^ 0!U 2 - i i - I : S ' e i n b a u g h . R e d m a n , i e l t - c L i m i of A l f r e d C i a r r i i as presi- t h e coaches could stop r u b b i n g Everett and Elmer. 0-0-0. FGs. 8: d e n t , M i k e Tc.-i'nisky as vice-pres:- t h e i r eyes. Dr. Zook e x p l a i n e d t h a t . : p^ s ] . -fl's, 17. f ' o n l ' F' 0 ' 0 H a c k e t t as e x e c u t i v e oft h e subsidies w o u l d he based en- j ' yvolf Pack 35, Cobras 13 ficer. Leslie Sha\v as c'hief i n s t r u c t - t i r t - l y on b r a i n , l a t h e r t i i a n brawn. ' \volr I ' a c k : .!'.;scaiC', 1-0-2; Car- j (··;', K e n n e t t ! M e r m a n as s e c r e f a r y . v.-hicii took all t h e fun o u t of i t . . . , .,, n o.Ji.'i'i-" i i c i k e r , ' 9-0-1S: L- and A n d r e w V.. R y a n as t r e a s u r e r , j S t i l l i ha! pu-os a q u i ' S l i o n . \ v h i e h ' (iivciii 1 ,'i-!-7- F!ii-'! 2-0-4; Cm- i In the n e a r f u t u r e t h e c l u b plan:- ! iiad been o u t l i n e d a r o u n d a t a b l e · ; ^.\' f . '"-V)-4-"p('!'r/./'i. " 0-0-0. FGs. 17; to h o l d registered N R A l o u r n a - - i ' " Vi'. It. \ V h i f e (Id 1 !), e x a m i n e r Baron Xowak, IB. a ! 1-im h-lal! :nh!--i. g-! a driver':, l i c e n s e i r o n . \\. It. \ \ h i f e d.-m, e x a m i n e r i v a . f.. .-.»'·: :i- ( for the State liighwi.y I'airn! at Ito.-x t ? i i l . '^. '. Xo-.v^k is ::i a spe.-i ; i!iy i . u i i t racer, a gift from his i n : . : , : : !-··· n-- :ind soldier brother who is .-.i:',:;.:,-d in . J ; - ; : : . - . . ("a;- i i a - -\~. - = i :--.M;:!I. A! - J ^ M N.r.vak s t a n d s on a desk ; ·;: . : ; : ; . ; ! · · ; ; ; !;! c;:i to -hake Iia:ul w i t h K. M. ii:::-.TM. i:-..«-k ? : · : ! ; ; ;.;i.-.- .-i::^. A « ' V. i-.---i,: 5 c,!«,) | j r . . " : A.-A .-N-n.s.n ; h e :re\"ioits nk'ht. by t h e coach ! p7 s ' i · TPs 3n ments. m a k i n g t e m p o r a r y use of -if a '.-,:r;a!i an;! 'iiigi.l'y respected . : Co'o;-'a-,- - b r a h a m u-1-1; Ho'.vell. 1 ' h e M a n c h e s t e r Boy Scouts' cabin, j Ne\v Kr.glaiid college:' How come j i-i-;v Hor'r'in. 2-l-f: Mont, 0-d-f); j on t h e C a n a n d a i g u a n u t l e t . Pl-r^ : ; h i - . d u e ; . t o r s ,-an uroselvte and ! -\r-ilottV 'V2--1- M a i n a and K e n - ! for the orgnni/.ation's own rang-'-| ,ub,'.dixe nn o u i s i a n d i n - b r a i n , in j n «dv 0 ( - ' ) FG P FTs, 5; TPs. 1 and clubhouse are now u n d ^ r foti- | :, .-.;-.'.·.-;..!!· 'r, , i v . !;;;; ^.hv of:' in ho;'- i i.3 ' ' :-id.'-r;0 i o n . and w i l l i ;'·';' f : ' . , . . - i l i e i:i : .;i i i : - , : a f i n e iiotiy I !'nai;)crs 17. liohcniians 1 (i ;soc,i. . - · : i - i . - : ' . . .-,.· , ·'--.r h - - ; i : - i . ' « - T - , : ...,-, 1-1-3: (',!'-'· i i ' i ; i i c i ·,(· given a n y t h i n g nt a l l ' . ' . . . n'cco, l-u-2: 1-tovlc. 1-1-3; M a i n a . 1 . - 1-0-2;' A l d r i c h . l'-l-3; Roth. 2-0-4;: \Vh.-r- ^Var Thcv.' '. Ff,.,. 7: FTs. 3; TPs. ]7. j T I 'D,, rnr .rtf S f a Tril !i--.-.r,v Mve.- ; . ;,o.v.if;n College.' Hohemiar.?: S.-.|hnch. n-fi-fi; I II IlUmOfS ril8 I I U -.·onch. ' w a ' g e t t i n g a l a u g i i ' f'ro7:"i i S e n g i a u h . l-'!-2; H f - h a n . 2 - 0 - 1 ; ! j ;,U ' o ^ - - r ; . - a e s r i i , e Coach of t h e 1 M ' v f - r . l-"-2: C a r d H l a . 2-0-!; P u r - j IVv Hugh I - i i H v r l o n . .Jr. | Y - - a . - d'i:iMv i ' i . l ot'lu-'r n i g h t ' hv - veil. '-'-"-1. FGs. «; FTs, l i ; TPs. Ti. j N E W Y O R K . -/T'- X-a: ly a l i lobby riu::o:s c i r c u l r i i i n ; ; g a t h e r i n g - - i f ; h o .\n-,- ! 18 AVo have tirtio for a limited number · ' · iicfoi-c v.'Mi'in \veathcT. Coolers as lovv as $y.OO per cu. i't. Fi'L-eze-- rooms at $-3.00 per cu. ft. up. We use Kramer Therniohank coils and Owens-Corning Fiberglas. Com])are these prices with ready-built rooms and freezers ffl? i54?ii if! Hai'lin Bliss, Mgr. t o n . ! ' a . . . T h . I kid wa-. r . - i i ' i ; - ! - i;i:erc.sted in \\"t-i j !';;i:!l. -.v!;ich. of course, was in- I Cage Scores l i o n a n d l ) : o X a f i ' m a l JOE3O: ?(!. ;'.(. \vdoin -.- "7. ( P a . 1 i i. M i l l o i ' S - M i l T.2, B('St'in I."ni-- :-2. Si. t ' o i i a x ' - r M i ; . 1 ·;· f h r Ncv.-ark P.uiui'r.- i.".. M o n K han Ho-.vie Oricll. i-s Mo'naxvk M a r s h a l l C.n. f o o t b a l l roachc.- :'i I i . " \\ ;;.· . ; ,i;:^ion a n d t h rc r«'a!:y t : y i : i . ^ io .uv . . 7(i, \Vi-sl C i i c t e r .... 1. W a g n e r IS. · · . f i c i u i i o i t i l I.it.st Word r ' l i i h e b i A. A. have* ';: do \ v i l h l i l t : oossibil- ; 0 '! :ly t i ' ; : i II.:,\vi(; Oriel! i v l l l 'i-avc }l i n o i i - . ' i - t i i l c -.-larli- \ n:- f i r 1 , ' . ! 1:: p a r t i c u l a r , ! ' ] ' · s t ( . : y is t h . ' ' l | O.-l,-.-!l w i l l 1 a k ' - OV.M- ;!i.- v a c a n l ' i Wa!::i,g ; on. ; n · { O r i c l l is e ; . ; i , ; o ; - : ! ^ e - l \, a ' ' O i l - ' " ' l i ' v - a i i M - h;' h: 1 .- 1 no q u : i : r e l w i i h : j i "·-."ale's a i i i l e t i c r a i ! i i o r i t i C s . I n n h e , ( . - H i i n l i ^ f v e c l v ' h a l he'.; :;itf-!e;ed ' i in t h e W a s h i n g t o n job -md . h i i ' k s j j hi? n'.ay he in l i n e for i t . .-uul ht-'.- i t ''·''"' I v.-j'.ling 10 l i s i f - n t ri'.yone elif ; O v V . n o i^ ,'i;ound m a k i n g -iff.'r:.. H e j j j · / i r g i n i ' i "nd . \ ( - M r - i - " ' . - i i t . ' 1 k n o w w h a i ;hc.se t a l k s will i w h i l " . ;!'.·.·!· '.'·:'- -e!i:i):!e :' ·'·(],·'.] i ! - a \ - , - - v V a l e , n t - !;·'·· - - i l l I . . . · ) , · ! ' · . · I ' , ·:! - i ) i l l T - i t . i!:' k v i . ' i i v .\i'i:iy'.- 'i:'!" co.-ien, : .i'; r i u i n .'i' N.'-w T l . i v e n . ·V O :O ID o T f : A C H Q U A D S_ The r i r m i t u l l o c ( '.!:ulrnp!cs o f Pliii. - i c l p h i a -- ( l e f t t o rislit) Ivilccn, Kathleen, .Miaurccn ai»; i; : c:i;i(!--.skate for lirsl ti:::c in tl-.rir UTCI year;;, helped hy ice per- rui.i^j Jqaii:ic viui'o uatl Joicc ScoUuid. w h o urc. luiiis. S i n i - M o r l e d : "I learrt- Wot Poin! t i ' i i i l i h c r e a r e n o s i a l c line.--. Tiie I ' n i / e r l S t a l e s m d y o n ' i e en- io ;·.!·; l o o t i i . - i j ; p l a y e r s w h i re\ cr \ mi f i n d 1 l i e , ' , . " 1.1 S7, F l a r i i'ord '···. Ncu- York S l n t i - League time:, (iO, Saraiogrt ,'!fi. I'ncJJic Coast League I'or! l a n d -'IS, Tacoma '12. Sojitlirrn Li-nguc H i r m i n g i i a n i 73, M e m p h i s 71. 7 Y A C H T S TO f J A ( K :T i , r n K i ; i A i . K . Kia.. 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