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Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, January 12, 1948
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PA'GB FOUR TOE DAILY CAN ANDAKU'A, ;N. Y., MONDAY, MNUARY 1-2, Clifton Loses To Naples On A Lone Free Throw By Bob Schaefer CLIFTON SPRINGS About a tsveni inali;ii(.'ii it.-- un i VMI iiv 1 " sentatives of the Finder Lakes league's class 'B' .loop, and, perhaps any other circuit in ih"-- vicinity, are the Naples and Clifton Springs high schools teams. The Spa-Naples tangle at Naples, Friday nighi. proved the point as Naple.- eekeri out a .'itJ-35 victory J O H N S O N FURNITURE CO, Complete Home Outfitters For Bonds, Fire--Liability--Marine I n s u r a n c e Phone 280 J. B. PATTERSON SON 88 North Main Street Legion Building DIVIDENDS AN ADDED BENEFIT be remembered by most cage fans for many years. W i t h officials Cheski and Vand e r h o f f overseeing the play, both schools earned a moral victory for the sportsmanship w i t h which they played what could and may be t h e deciding game of t h e circuit. Km* Throw Wins Game ' The two .school fives, both load- 'ed w i t h veteran m a t e r i a l 'from previous seasons, were tied for sjoals. li was a lone free t h r o w by Naples on a foul called a.uainst C l i f t o n t h a t clinched t h e contest for ih.e head-of-t he-lakers. Clifton's . l o h n n y Conley wa-; nooci for l^il poinls. made t\ seven jjoals and six successful foul shots. Naples scorini; leader was Frank Reddout, accounting for nine points, followed by Clare Wallace and Bob Bills, each producing e i R h t . A! Lewis, former Shortsville, c o n t r i b u t e d six points to the Spa's t o t a l . Next Meet On l-b. 20 C l i f t o n Springs out.scored Naples by two poinis during t h e f i n a l half of the fray. The return meeting of these two teams, at t h e Spa, Friday, Feb. 20, will he a game well w o r t h watching. The - B' division's weekend contests resulted in Naples assuming top place, w i t h Clifton Springs in second. Phelps high school became k n o t t e d w i t h Victor f o r t h i r d berth. Phelps was downed by Gorham, 27-14. and Victor romped over East Bloomficld, 35-25. For 'B' division contests tomorrow (Tuesday) n i g h t , Shortsville goes to Clifton, while Phelps will be at Victor, Gorham at East Bloomfield, and R u s h v i l l e at. Naples. Manchester takes the night off. Clifton's Loss On One Foul Raises Stir Among Spa Fans And Revives Rule Question Manchester Town Rallies. 43-34, A uver Q U E E N -- Yvette Draux o f Luxembourg Province was selected beauty queen of. Belgium at an Anlwero contest- Naples Has Top Spot in Lake's LOOD *B' Div. t o M A N C H E . S T E l : b e h i n d at t i u - i i a l l - ' . i m e , Ji Manchester's Towners rallied oiiti)ace the William.-'un cagers ,'i-i. in t h e i r T r i - c o u n t y loop counter, here. Sal in day. The win was Manchester's cond in five s t a r t s and there is a growing possibility that the locals can scare up t r o u b l e for the league leading- N e w a r k Centers, w h o defeated M a i i c h e s i e r i n t h e i r first e n c o u n t e r by only eight | loin Is. M a n a g e r s A n t h o n y Digaloma and Connie lit».-. ate h i g h l y elated over t i l e t u r n i n e v e n t s , hoping f o r t h e - good developments to stay w i t h ' the locals: former stellar players who at one time romped to v i c t o r y for M a n c h e s t e r highschool j in F i n g e r - L a k e s clashes. ' T h e High scorer for Manchester w i t h I 13 counters was Dick Vienna, 1 The official score book sheets on ( W h i c h was recorded the facts and .! figures Of the C l i f l o n Springs-Na' [lies hardwood contest, p l n v e d at ! Naple.i. Friday n i g h t , would j have made an "Exhibit N--. 1" be- j f o r e t h e N a t i o n a l Collegiate A t h - '-'lr.»i.- ·i-.'-.-n.-iMticin's a n n u a l ' g e t h e r at New York, lasi week. j ' W i t h d r a s t i c a l t e r a t i o n s o f t h e | rules a p p l y i n g t every scholas- ' t i c sport u n d e r consideration, fhe associatSen's members should have 'neon ink-re.-.ted in the account of the game, which Cliflon lost, ."(,",5. Involved, as in the case of ul- | most every questionable cage out^~. j come, were the much debated foul 110A rules and '.heir application. Kqiial Field Goals The losers. Coach George l)o- herty's Spa highschool cagers, ' made e x a c t I v t h e same n u m b e i Waterloo-Cfi Cage Box Scores Up-to-Date Tax and Accounting' Service 37 Scotland Road (·ariandaigua, X. Y. j RriiiK in your tax reports and tax difficulties.. These will be handled by a man w i t h several years' experience w i t h the.U. S. Treasury Department. Bookkeeping Systems Installed, Business and Arviun!if)} problems ijiven courteous a t t e n t i o n . HAROLD T. MARSH I'hoiip 437-R v , I '\ 9 ..,, ... ..1 .* ,, 1,,varsity and juni'or v a r s i t y games ] between teams of the Academy I and Waterloo high school, played i at Waterloo, last Friday night, j Ki I T Tl» i C A Varsity Salsich, 1. Persons, t'. SaCRcr. f. S t r a i t , f. Rodney, c. Mclntyre, £. Kitlder, ^. R. Fox. K. Of ! So"uin. ;;. GENERAL MECHANICAL WORK All Types ot Car.s W E L D I N G Specializing in . · ] Cutting Down Farm Wagons . . . Steel or Wooden Wheels MAX VAN ORMAN SON Holcomb, N. Y. Phone Holcomb 60 field goals as did the \ \ i i i i i e r s . The Xapies v i c t o r y rested e n t i r e l y u p on a .-.ingle f i e e I'hruw. The r u m b l e of giumble.s nmi.'ag C l i f t o n Spring cage fan.-, \ \ o i i l d not iia\e neen heard over the weekend if both teams had been called for the same, or nearly the same number of personal fouls. rub. according to C l i f t o n i t e s , j ; js t h a t the personal foul t a l l y r e - : fo! ~ 1 corded w a s ' C l i f t o n -17. Naples DL Paint Store 203 So. Main St. SIIORTSV1LLE --Eeking out a 36-35 win over Clifton Springs on t h e i r own court. Friday n i g h t , the Naples highschool cagers now hold lone control i/f lop spot in the Finger Lakes league's 'B' division. Both teams were k n o t t e d for f i r s t place until the weekend meeting which featured the scoring of F r a n k l i n Reddout w i t h 9 points and Bob Bills and Clare Wallace followed w i t h S points each. For Clifton Springs, John Con- points and Home and office, near or far, our skilled men assure your satisfaction! CANANOAIGUA EXPRESS SERVICE Phone 743 Changes Seen in Bloomfield School EAST BLOOMFIELD -- Returning to Bloomfield Central school on Monday following the mid-year recess pupils of the low- (*r crrriri^c foilnrl crp^-ornl nhnnrrpe Pupils of the f i f t h grade with their teacher. Miss Emily Barberi, found they were to occupy one of the newly acquired rooms on the ground floor of the Town Hall, across the drive from the central building. Also in this building Miss Ma'ry Murphy will teach a combined group of 4th and 5th grade students. The t h i r d grade w i t h Miss Helen Mahar as teacher lias moved to the second floor of t.he main building to occupy the former f:i;h grade room and one group of the first grade with Mrs. Frank Hawkins teacher, will move to the t h i r d grade room. The first grade which lias approximately 56 pupils is divided into two groups w i t h Mrs. David Hallock and Mrs. Hawkins as teachers. Both Mrs. Hawkins and Miss M u r p h y have been engaged by the Board of E d u c a t i o n for the re| m a i n d e r of t h e year to h e l p relieve the overcrowded conditions particularly in the lower grades. Census figures show there will be an increased registration over a period of several years and the Board is making; plans to cope w i t h t h i s s i t u a t i o n . The Town Hall building ( u n t i l a few years back the former East Bloomfield High School) has been undergoing considerable repairs the past few weeks which include installation of an oil h e a t i n g sys- t e m ; removing of the lavatories from the basement to t h e first floor and a redecoration program. ley accc/unted for Lewis for 6 points. Victor trimmed Bloomfield, 3525, as all but one Victor player of the 10-rnan squad accounted for points d u r i n g the fray. Van Dyke was high for Blomfield with nine points. At Gorham, Phelps was the victim of a 27-1-! score. Jones scored n i n e points for the winners. At Rushville-Middlese.x, Manchester was on the short end of a 56-35 score. Ron Moore, for Rushville, netted 24 points and Bob De- Grc-ote, Manchester, tallied 10. Tomorrow night, Ptielps will travel t o Victor while Clifton Springs plays host to Shortsville. j Hrvli n -n -.'-ill f n r - n BlorntT fulrl roirt Naples will see Kushville i n v a d i n g their court. Manchester draws a bye. Finger Lakes league standings: Benny M i n i e r and Seldon Collward scored 11 and in p o i n t s for Williamson. Local fans interested in t u r n i n g out for Manchester's t r i p to Waterloo tonight are in get her in a group to cheer to t h e towners. when."they meet the Waterloo VFW sphere- men. Write Joe Boardman at 75 ; .State street. Manchester for games" between Rochester and Finger. Lakes cage teams and the Manchester Towners. Totals Waterloo Pressing, !. Vein;, f. W y a l t , f. S t a n t o n , c. Heirman, g Kinsella, g. i Murney. g. Totals Academy Gobbet t, f. M e a t h , t. Jovee. f. Varsity Sports Roundup By Hugh Fullerton, Jr. - seven Such a lopsided t a l l y is an ext r e m e l y rare event in basketball, j p o " x f the ClifU.-n rooters point out. And : Benson, where t h e y do occur, the team ; most called for personal fouls is ; ;ed to get to- ! usually one notor.ious for . ough | lend a' bit of ; an( i u n f a i r play. H u t , they say in j concluding the'ir a r g u m e n t , born ; Naples and C l i f t o n spectators were I equally loud in their praise of the , high level of sportsmanship dis- j i played by b o t h of t h e h i g h s c h o o l : S q u i n t s . | No Official Protest i Another f a c t o r offered for con- \ j s i d e r a t i o n is the one t h a t for j I games played at Naples the o f f i - j | dais are secured in the s o u t h e r n j I t i e r cities of H o r n e l l and CC.TII- i ing. For git rues in all o t h e r com- i I munities in the Finger Lakes j league, both t h e 'A' and t h e 'B' di- I visions, the officials are obtained t h a t Naples, won T. lost 0, 1.000; Clifton Springs, won 6. lost 1. .857; Phelps, won -1 .'r.vst 3, .571; Victor, won 4, lost 3. .571: Gorham, won 3, lost 4. .429; Rushville-Middlesex, won 3, lost 4, .429: Shortsville. won 2. lost 5, .286; Man- cht'S'er. won field, won 1, '_', lost lost f. K. .-'50: .143. Bloom- Sports in Brief By Hugh Fullerton. Jr. -.'... NEW YORK, (JP) -- Minnesota's Jim Kelly, w.ho spent some time ! from Roc-nest er. I t is said looking over European track tal- : aside f r o m the occasional but ent, brings word that everything won't be beer and skittles for American runners in the Olympic games next summer--In fact, they may not find a skittle anywhere ...Without m e n t i o n i n g too many names. Jim points out t h a t England and Holland have some good spri liters and hurdles, Sweden pltiiiu ol good u i u u i c e m e n -- A M U from what, he could see. they're ! by no means undernourished-... | I n a d d i t i o n A u s t r a l i a likely w i l l j check in w i t h a good team and ! Jamaica, w i t h r u n n e r s like Herb | McKenley and Lloyd Labeach. ! may pick up a couple of victories ...The U. S. will have to look to the relays and field events for most of its victories, says Kelly, i who t h e n adds: "It will make i games all the more interesting | have such competition.'' Whistle Concur every- slewing whistle-' c. P.oylan, c. Henry, g. Mack, g. M o l t , g. Barnes, g. Stamback, Totals Waterloo Loucks, f. Rackman, McCuane, M c M u n n , Gray, c. Sorensen, Schroeder Kreehmd. Harris, g. Areste. g. Totals Here NOW! The New NORGE c HOME HEATER SFE IT TODAY! mm m m m O R G E B T F O f t E YQU BUY J-V c. brief By the Associated I'ress ARCADIA. CALIF.--On Trust i-ST.-lf)) '.von S5H.OOO S n n t n C a t a l i n a handicap in 1:50 4/5 for mile and an e i g h t h at Sanan A n i t a . Terry j ·iargello v. ;H s c - u i i d : Please Me . .'.-fl: .~)i.:~iHi: h a n d ! ' - : SL'. While basketball fans where are beefing and about too much official looting, t h e y can ponder their good f o r t u n e in missing these re- j bowl of f a n s over e x t r e m e l y rare ! d o u b t f u l judgments, the Flo-.ver | city o f f i c i a l s are highly respected i for their fairness. j So far as can be learned t h e r e i is to be no o f f i c i a l protest of the \ Friday co;i'.(-si, inn f a n s t h r o u g h | out the C l i f l o n area are said to be ! almost nervously a w a i t i n g Feb. 20. : clash again, on the C l i f t o n hard- i wood. | The Spa team's defeat by no · means e i i m i n a i e d i l:i.-m t h e soc| tionals. But il did destroy w'nat ! had been considered a ix-u.iuiujbie · hope for an unbeaten season. ' Primary reason for this optimism was the 120 points scored in seven , games by John Conley. Conley has i an o v e r w h e l m i n g and unpreccdeni- l n e ·· ed high scoring lead for all rlivi- 10 : sions G'f the Finger Lakes league. And in a d d i t i o n , Conley is t.up- norteci bv seven others of the Clifton varsity club, each with average or b e l t e r scoring- t o t a l s for the season. They are Van Derhoof and Call, each witli 35, and. at about 30 each. Lewis. Griswold, Brown, cently-reported contests: At Hart- | Mack, and Hudson. ford," Conn., the Manchester As stated by Clifton's cage_coach, Guards and H a r t f o r d Hurricnnes Fla. Bu/.fux .$!).0(i won Suwannee River handicap in 1:11 1/5 for six f u r l o n g s at G u l f - strearn. Delegate was second. Gesh a p o t h i r d . Crowd: Ifi.l.'JP; h a n d l e : | OldM'nar. FLA. D a r k Pass S S i out pholoed We.isex to win Sl.-i'H Pinellas Purse at S u n s h i n e Park. Leonard showed. Crowd: 5.224: h a n d l e : S01.635. New Orleans--Star Rr--.vard i $3.201 won $5.000 Shroveport h;:nr t h i r d . .$355.730. icap ni F a i r (irounris. : \vas !'i:ond. Botlcn's I ' I TRY A MESSENGER WANT AD WANT AD ORDER BLANK Please insert tHe following Want Ad in The Daily Messenger for the number of days marked. Remittance Enclosed Send Bill to My Address RATES 4 Lines-- 20 Words · 3 Consee. Days . . . 5 Consee. Days . . . One Day . . SI !)'J . . . Sl-20 48c Above mre cash rates and Apply If paid within It daye of flrgt Insertion. Eztra line charg* for each 5 wor4». i,718; h a n d l e : ! 'i rack , i Brooklyn--Herb McKenley of : · J a m a i c a won 500-yard Bishop i j Thomas V.. Molloy i n v i t a t i o n run | i n I f i t h a n n u a l Columbus Council 1 t r a c k and field n:ee! in 5!) seconds : f l a t . i Golf i Del Monte, Calif. -Lloyd M j Crosby open golf played n pro game in w h i c h 70 f o u l s wore called for SO free iii!'ows...O!ily ·!·! were good... .Sports Editor Earl Yost comments: "A path was worn between I he two baskets from parading back i rind forth."...And in the Augustana · College t o u r n a m e n t ni Moline. III., j York HIP o f f i c i a l s 'ootcd 07 fouls against i , ; igr.i j i b e I l l i n o i s College "Bluehoys" ' I and t h e Western State "Fighting i Leathernecks."...Eight men left j the game on personal fouls and one was bounced for a f l a g r a n t foul, so t h e y had to f i n i s h t h e ' : game w - t h t h r e e men oin Hie floor ! lor each ienm...You irrjght t h i n k I t h e " F i g h l i n g Leathernecks" were Dohcrly. "It was just one of those very bad breaks, w h i c h , under the lav." of averages, m u s t be expected a; lea.-i once in the career of ''very i ·ilayer, every t e a m , and every coach." Syracuse U. Hopes To Build New Gym SYRACUSE. N. Y.. i.-? -The Syracuse u n i v e r s i t y t r u s t e e s , have appropriated $1,00(1,000 toward the j ·Vi 755 flfiC! rost of i-wr-dns! r i i f t i n c ' fire-gutted Archbolri g y m n a s i u m , i and ])ropose a f u n d raising cam- j '· paign. 1 ' The board's cxeci:ti\'e c o m m i t t e e . ' j w h i c h acted yesterday, declined to ! | say w h e t h e r a n y t h i n g had b e e n ! ! done about a proposal t o convert, j ! the University into a state insti- : union. One official, who asked not to be named, s p e c u l a t e d , however, t h a i the Dowey rat ion plan "wouldn't help" t h e f u n d drive. A l - u m n i a n d o t h e r s , a n t i c i p a t i n g S t a t e acquisition, might not contribute, he said. The a p p r o p r i a t i o n includes t h e $91-1.000 received in n n i n s u r a n c e s e t t l e m e n t and w i l l go loward cons t r u c t i o n of n new w i n g and re-modeling of a p a r t o f . t h e g y m n a - sium s t i l l s t a n d i n g a f t e r t h e f i r e last Jan. 12. That pan of the job is expected to more :ha:i $2. fjOn.lV.'fi. C h a n c e l l o r W i l l i a m P. Tol- RADIATOR REPAIRING Cleaning--Recoring Don't Let A Leaky Radiator Rob You of Your Supply of Anti-Freeze! Our service includes removing radiator, flushing, repairing and cleaning the whole cooling system. --Prompt and Courteous Service-Cornish Bros. Garage Holcomb . .Phone Holcomb 5 Basketball TUESDAY NIGHT CAMNDAEGUA AADEMY vs. . NEWARK Preliminary Game--7:30 P. M. Admission: Students -iOc Tax Included . j Adults GOc Tax Included . '., : 17 GIANTS SIGNED NEW YORK, i.-?i--The New i ( T i a n t s t o d a y a n n o u n c e d the j g of Pilch'-r.- Hay Poat. Bill i i Ayer.i and Joe liegg.-. catchers P.en j i Warren and Sal Yvurs and infield- j i er Bobby B l a t t n e r to 1948 con- j j tracts. Seventeen G i a n t s now have i agreed !o terms. ' Poai won I'our aii'l lost t h i e o f'M I '.}',!· N : : ! i ' . n r i ! I.eagu- club a f t e r his ! mi- -:-ha-:e !rem H a l l i:uorr- of the I n i u.-rna.tional League where he '.von coach yank even. S'ix Morley who hart t o players to keep the sides in early s. n B:n._; SON IS BORN I O N I A · -A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish Jan. 8. ' cans'..' of 1917 in Park Avr-niK' h o s p i t n l . i i n r l l c a t e h ' I t h r e e games for t h e G i a n t s in early j pason before he '.vas shipped 10 | t h e i r Jersey C i t y f a r m where h e j compiled a. 7-i record, i Beggs. a c q u i r e d f r o m C i n c i n n a t i i. was i n e f f e c t i v e he- a r m t r o u b l e , b u t reports w i l l be j'cadv for steady r w:mk- H.-n Olvn-.pici ·:i'. :'-:i Cr Football Talk .f I Name Address Number of Days Mail To: Daily Messenger, Canandaigua : : M ; I * ::"r:i f ' a l i f ' i : :v:i '.'.'iis r . f i m e d I c,-i;'ch ( i f i:'" I Y , : i - - r l Sin!.'.- t ;·,·:··) I ;md fi"id ···ai-. ;'.').-· !.'if C)ly:r.:)ic Hockey Scores N a t i o n a l Lciijci'r N.-v. Y..;·!·; :'.. .\!')!;: :.·,-,! 1. : [ « ' ! r n i i '..' T i - : . i [ i t n ''. ' t i c i . I Chica;:" ·], R-IMOM 1. ! Anu-ricaii l,«'8itnc .Vf'w Havei! ·!, i ' i t ' i - - ! ) i i ! L;!' .",. '· I ' i . / - id'-!i''e 7. S - . · ! " : - : ' ; . . ) H ·!. l i i ' f l ' a l o ·!. I N i i l ^ d ' - ' - l i . ! ) ; . ' ! · i i i f i i a n r i p n l i s I I I . SI. ! , ! . i n - fi. : I'. S.;n. | l-'orl W o r t h 7. H o u s t o n '.',. j K a n s a s C i t y .", Si. l ' ; i i i ! -1. I I'afifi* 1 CIKIN! l.i-axiie | Los Air.;elr-s fi, S i i l i I)je;;o :{. j | X'".v \\''' i i . ' i i i i s i i ' f 7. Tai'om.'i .''. ' I ' o r l l i i n d '1, Vancoiu'er '.', I (Jiiclx-c Senior I.onttno i fw York 7, Shawini;;an Falls 1. j M o n l i e a l -1. Valleyfidd ,'i. j Kastcrn League ! B a l t i m o r e 7, Boston / 1. I . . I TRY A MESSENGER WANT AD i Dr. William VKinanMci ( l r f l ) , who was appointed hpiul loot- Imll foiu'h n( Holy f'ross ··oJIfRf, Worcester, Mass., (lisrusses grid strategy \vilh his hrolhor, Joe, Cliicauo Hoars' hnrk, :il. fhoir mother's home in 1'rovitlenrn, 1C. I. A1* Wircphoto) How About it Mister! Are You Stronger than a Horse? Of course you're not, but I am! In fqct, I'm 1/3 stronger than o horse and can do lots of jobs easier than you can. So why knock yourself out doing back-breaking chores? An ELECTRIC MOTOR can save you time and work. And I'll make that motor hum a tune of increased profits. Remember . . . motors mean · - . ' . - · -j more profits . . . less work. Kifauatt Yowr EUctrtc fervent Canandaigua District ROCHESTER GAS '· . M

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