The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 13, 1948 · Page 6
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I FAGB FOUR THE MMr MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., TUESDAY, JANUARY is, E F I T · Bantamweights or beanpoles -- and stout fellows, too -- here is the store where you'll be fitted right the first time. Fitting the hard-to-fit is a specialty with -us; our guaranteed sat- a isfaction brings our satisfied customers back vear after year! ·sn 5 s Suits For Outsiders Bison City Host to 1948 Western Open CA- Newark Tilt Here Tonight I open comes east this year with the loundation. (Jolfdom's "championship cause" will he played J u l y '^-Aug. : hibitions will preceed the tourna- Two days of golf clinics and ox- I ,p,; g CA vai . sity q u i m . infirm* \\-ill nrrreed the i o u r n a - I _ ._· -n,i · ,,, .- ment. The local foundation, civic promotion agency of a Buffalo department store, will contribute the S10.000 U ^ Chick Evans Foundation. o f f i c i a l l y known as the Caddy 1 over the G.SOO-yard par 72 Brookfield Country club course. The dates were announced today by Maynard G. Fessenden -f Chicago, president of the Western Golf Association, and Alvin O. Holder, president of this year's j Western Golf Association co-sponsor, the J. N. Adam and i Scholarship "und. r*:r.??»y F.Mnd?min I E i g h t y caddies have been sent to Expected to be on hand to de- j college on f u l l scholarships from fend his t i t l e is J o h n n y Palmer o f 1 t h e f u n d , Fessenden said. cornfield Leads In owns Cage League Tune in WGVA G:10 Daily for Local and Y i c i n i t v N'ews i East Bloomfield led the Finger : Lakes Town cage league at the end ! . of the sixth round of games, being | undeafeated. Honeoye Falls was i . r u n n e r - u p , w i n n i n g five and losing j two. followed by Victor with four : wins and two losses, and Gorliam, four wins and three losses. i Tiiis and t h e following infonna: t i o n has been made- available '· through a report by C. Fred Pier: son. Gorham. league publicity dir- j . ·£·( or. I ' The Bloomfield cagers nearly I i lost their undefeated record in ! ' t h e i r overtime, sixth-round contest I ' wi;h Clifton Springs. However. ' t h e y c;v.erged t r i u m p h a n t . 32-30. at 1 the end of the extra pediod. Mc: Craw dropped seven, and Webb i and Kennedy six each for Bloom' field. Clifton scorers were led by ' Jack Driscoll. with 10 points, and i Gallahan, w i t h six. i The scoring by periods: B- 10. C- '· 1: B- 13. C- 1-1: B- IT. C- IS: B! 25: B- 32. C- 30. j (Preliminary* B- 5, C- 3: B- 1. \ C- 7: B- 14. C- 7. B- 22, C- 21. ! Second-place Honeoye Falls was ! the victor. 39-38. in another close I t i l t w i t h Victor. The score remain- I ed close all t h r o u g h the contest, played on the Falls court, and feat-, ured an unusual number of fouls. I H u n t dropped 10. and Moffet and j Tenny six each for the Falls quint. i while, for the losers. Fisher was j good for n i n e and Zumbo for seven. | ' The Falls also took the prelim| inary. 22-19. N T o running scores i available. I Playing the last few minutes j with only four men on the court, i Gorliam dropped Naples 53- 51 in ! an exciting finish. Adams and Fish j led the winners with 13 and 10 ·· counters, while Brad Clawson. · w i i n i i . anu u eiia v \ m i j.-, \ c i u ' high men for Naples and the game. Gorhnm- 17, Naples- 17. G- 23. 1 N- 28: G- 35, N- 42:G- 53, N- 51. ; Preliminary: G-15. N- 12 (half ; time 11 : C- 31. N- 22 . i Rushville took both games from · Lima; 46- 39. and, in a close pre- I liminary. 30- 29. DeVinney and ! Green with 13 and 12 led Rushville. | and Richardson and Coxe led Lima i w i t h 10 each. I Rushville- 10, Lima- 11: R- 21. i L- 21: R- 33. L- 33; R- 46. L- 39. j P r e l i m i n a r y : R- 8, L- 4: R-1S, LI 14: R- 24. L- 19: R-30. L- 29. j The following are each seventh i round games. I CliflO'.i Springs, continuing to 1 serve notice thai it has one of the ; ;;cwer teams of the league, took j both games from Rushville 45-34. J and 25-21. Driscoll dropped in 21 i points for Clifton. DeVinney and ; Hadsell each bagged 9 for the C- 13. R- 14; C-25, R-21. In one of the finest games on the home court this season, Gorham edged Honeoye Falls in a closely contested 53-51 game. Trailing 30-2S at the half, the home forces turned on the heat in the t h i r d quarter to take a 43-34 lead and managed to hold it by the narrowest of margins as the Falls j surged in the final quarter. Tich- ' nor hit for IS, Muehe 15 for the j winners: Me'nz with 11 and Pe- j troni 7 for liie Fails. Tins gaine is under protest pending the eligibility of Muehe, whose presence spelled the difference on the final score. Gorham- 15. Honeoye Falls- 12; - 2S HF- 30: G- 4o'. HF- 34; G- 53. HF- 51. Honeoye Falls took the preliminary. 37~- 29. HF- S, G- 4: HF- 16, G- 12: HF- 26. G- 19; HF-37. G- 29. One game is already on the books for the second round, with Clifton Springs coming from behind to take a close 28-24 win at Lima. Devereau.x was high scorer for the winners with 9 points; Driscoll and Gallahan each added 6. For Lima it was Carey who hit for 14. with Jim Matthews chipping in 5. However, the victories for the night were shared, the preliminary soing to Lima, 39- 23. Clifton- 6. Lima- 6: C- 10. L- 16: C- 15. L- IS: C- 28. L- 24. Preliminary: Lima - S. Clifton- 2; L- 19. C- o": L- 27. C- 10; L- 39. C- 23. The complete team standings at the end of the sixth round of games follows: First teams. Bloomfield, won-6. 1.000: Hon.eoye Falls, 5-2- .715: Victor, 4-2- .667: Gorham, 4-3-.5T2; o i : r . ^ , , ;;.,,.;,,,,, 7 _ j _ joq. R j i ^ V i ville. 2-5-' .286: Lima. 2-5- .286: Naples. 0-6- .000. Second teams. Honeoye Falls, 61- .S5S; Bloomfield, 4-2- .666; Lima, 4-3- .572: Clifton. 4-4- .500; Victor, 3-3- .5uC: Rushville, 3-4- .429; Naples. 1-5- .167; Gorham. 1-6.143. On the basis of returns made available to the league's publicity director. Pierson, the scoring leaders are as follows: Driscoll, Clifton Springs, 6 games. 64 points; Hunt, Honeoye Falls. 6 games. 60 points; Menz. Honeoye Falls. 7-52; Stape (Bob), 7-51: Fish, Gorham, 7-47: Carey, Lima. 6-44: Wells. Naples, 6-43; Redfield. Victor. 7-42: Stape 'Dick i. Gorham. 7-42: Bailey, Rushville. 6-40. C l i f t o n - S. R u s h v i l l e - 8; C- 21. R17: C- .31. R- 22: C- 45. R- 34. Prel i m i n a r y : C- 4. R- 4: C- 7. R- 8; /EWEiRY IFT STORE The Famed Automatic Pop-Up Toastmas'er. Ordrr.s Accepted .Now Diamond engagement ring with three radiant diamonds in I4k gold. Fashion's roinp:i - t. Wide choice of styles from SI. 110 Stunning diamond wedding ensemble in simple gold mountings. We have the famous names in silverplal» you've heard about. Lalett style birlh» en- ring at an exceptionally low price. Jeweler and SiWersmilh ····aer. average of .500 for {lie six sanies played, won three and lost the same. All the victories were won at home. The contest this evening is the second of four Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues conference game:; scheduled for the season. The first game w i t h Lyons, a! Lyons, was lost by the locals in a two-period overtime contest, -17-5-1. The CA varsity cagers. whose playing has been uneven, so far this season, will again be handicapped by the comparative heighth of their opponents. Despite this drawback, however, they revealed in their victories over Palmyra. DeSales and Penn Yan, all played on the annex court, that they can produce the speed and o f f - t h e board recovery necessary to overpower even the tallest of their opponents. While the varsity q u i n t , coached by Frank Frantel. and the J-V quint, coached by Edwin Draper, are in earnest about winning, tonight, they are primarily concerned about Finger Lakes league games, and the making of the sectional that follow. Waterloo's win over the CA varsity, last Friday on the Waterloo court, while serious, was by no means conclusive so far as the sectionals are concerned. The f o u r class 'AA' and 'A' teams in the loop Seneca Falls, Waterloo. Geneva and Canandaigua- have each won one and lost one. So if Frantel's varsity'club appears to miss an easy one or two shots tonight, it may be because they've got an eye out for the next league contest, with Geneva. F r i day night, at the county's metropolis. Both teams are in the 'AA' class. Frantel is expected to start t h i s evening's action with his usual five; Nel Saeger. Dick Rodney, Bob Salsich. Mike K i d d e r and Bobby Fox. Draper is also expected to choose the usual .T-Vs for the start- R. Mack, B. Strait. J.D. Fox, V. Valvano. and J. Bovlan. Sanity Code" Expected to Clean Subsidized Sports in Spite of Its Many, Admitted "Loopholes" I adopted by the some 400 major NEW YORK. i.-P--The "sanity ( colleges and universities of the code" has been w r i t t e n into the books but there were questions today about how far the National Collegiate A t h l e t i c Associai ion's new principles of conduct will go in eliminating subsidization of nt hintos. Th'e man who spearheaded ;he drive against semi-professionalism -- Dr. Karl Leih of Iowa. NCAA president--acknowledges the code lias its "loopholes." "We still have t h e a l u m n i problem," he .said. "I don't feel we have it under control and the code no doubt will require f u r t h e r revision." The set of amendments, ns NCAA Saturday, strikes mainly at wholesale recruiting practices. The code stipulates: 1. Financial aid may be granted io athletes only on the basis of need and scholarship qualifications for w h i c h any student is eligible and only by r^cu'ar agencies set up by the institution. 2. College representatives cannot offer financial inducements to prospective athletes although they can approach these athletes and outline financial be r. ;*"'.;; offered to all q u a l i f i e d students. Several conferences will be forced to revise their by-laws to conform with the new standards.' Nylon Hosiery No Mend. Fownes -- Manikin Gordon 45 and 51 Gauge Also a large shipment of 15 Denier C1 M IA CONNOLLY'C W DEPT. STORED J95 So. Main St. Canandaigua, N.. Y, 'S Stores SEEK PIKE RECORD MANCHESTER -- Art Hornsby and George Goodell. of Manchester, are still seeking to make a record for pike catches before the season ends. The pair report a good catch at Cayuga lake during the weekend, while about Sodus. George says, "We don't like to talk about the results of some of our trips." NORM A Shop DAVIDSON'S SHENKMAN'S On the Air Tune in for Local and Vicinity News ^fV" Station WGVA' 1240 on Your Dial $T · .-·- . Daily at 6:10 p. m. .,^": '"" """ If you have any local or vicinity news you would like on the air, such as club meetings, special gatherings, etc. · Notify by Phone or Letter Station WGVA Chamber of Commerce or Geneva, N. Y. Canandaigua, N. Y. OVJEKCOMK V.UUK uiincumes by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. l\ "$i$ Mew Flying Field Operating in the Manchester Area MANCHESTER -- The most recent f l y i n g field to be established in '.his area is t h a t located on the Canandaigua-Macedon road, four miles n o r t h of the l a t t e r city, and s l i g h t l y more t h a n one mile west i if this vil-lage. It i.s being operated by Don S m i t h , and a relative. Everett S m i t h , both Manchesterites. and . . . N O W GIVES YOU SUPER-CUSHION TIRES Their principal f l y i n g a c t i v i t y at present i.s concerned w i t h fox e x t e r m i n a t i o n . H u n t i n g from t h e air. ;he pair has succeeded in destroying u p w a r d s to 15 of the var- j m i n t s since t h e first of t h e year. i They operate in a small cabin- i t y p e plane, equipped with skiis. A n o t h e r area f l y i n g e n t h u s i a s t . ! Loo Curran. of Manchester town. i has induced John Frederick and M i k e Denny, also of !) same t o w n , to begin adding t i m e in the air for t h e i r private licenses. More s t u d e n t s are bound !o follow \vhen j the t h r i l l of t h e sport is viewed i daily at t h e Farmington-Victor I airport. ; Three-School Plan | Will Also Assist i Sports in the Area SHORTSVII.LE - Sports fans of t h i s area easily visuali/c t h e many biiiiC'i'h.s io a'tiut.'tk 1 oni;ie- ; it ion to be derived from t h e projected cent: nli/.a!;on of t h e M a n - chester. Sh,ortsvi!Ie and C l i f t o n Springs schools. The proposal for such is .now ueiore I'tie s l a t e de|iai i i i i c m m' e d u c a t i o n , V e c o m n i f n d f d by t h e rr.onilvr? of ffT* r h r r - " «.-rhix! boards concerned, n f t f i .several joint conferences in w h i c h every d e t a i l of the plan was c a r e f u l l y studied. Tiie fans point out t h a t f i n e teams may be m a t e r i a l i x e d for play in the Finger Lnkes 'A' division, r-ompet'mg w i t h C f i n a n d a i g l t n . Seneca Falls, Waterloo and Geneva. The t h r e e c o m m u n i t i e s here will be able to support a new building, housing such a sports c e n t e r as is seen only in t o w n s of much larger p o p u l a t i o n . now adds again to the super smoothness of its vehicle performance by adopting the new Goodyear Super- Cushion Tire. This is another "main event" in the evolution of the Smoothest Car "Afloat." 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