The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 15, 1948 · Page 14
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 14

Canandaigua, New York
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Thursday, January 15, 1948
Page 14
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PAGE SIX THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1948 OLD HORSES WANTED IV Now paying l^c per Ib. for good meaty horses to be humanely killed. BENNETT Silver Fox Ranch Victor, N. Y. Phone reverse Holcomb 871-A CANADIAN FIGURE SKATER PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia, (-World figure skating champion Barbara Ann Scott of O**--i»"i. Canada, was well on her way to« day toward her secona European title. The Canadian girl led a field of 20 skaters from six nations at the end of four events this afternoon, when an unofficial compilation showed she fiad collected .six firsts in the first four compulsory figures and one nine place rating-given her by a British judge. Major K. S. Beaumont. COACH St. GARAGE Phone 77-W . . . . 2 4 Coach Street Wm. A. Van Aken Kenneth G, Champlin General Repairing and Service MARFAX LUBRICATION Featuring Latest Type Equipment for Motor Time Up Battery High Rate Quick Charge You Will Be Pleased with Our Friendly Service Legion - Newark Cagers On Annex Court Tonight The future of high-class pro basketball in this city will depend on both the local fans and the American Legion's pro team cagers, tonight. The local pros will meet the Newark Centers, one of the finest clubs in this area, and surprise of the area cage .season. The continuation of local pro court contests will depend tonight, and lor another two or three already scheduled games, upon the number of local cage enthusiasts passing through the turnstiles }n- to the Academy's spacious gym. And the team's responsibility in ihis connection will be the quality of cage playing it shows the fans. The game tonight results from considerable pressure by local court fans which suceeded in .inducing the pro team to reconsider its decision in early Decemoer to abandon the staging of local games. Cause of the decision was the poor attendance which put the team in the financial hole for three games, and allowed it to break even on only a fourth. The Legionnaires are said to be in fine condition, despite the team's long period of inactivity. Three of the quints aces, Dick Baroody, Jim Beals and Johnny Baynes, have been playing almost j every day with teams at Roches! ter and elsewhere. And with tlie i others of the line-up, player-coach Frank Frantel, AI Kaufman, 'Bob Craugh, Glen Lord--the team has had several practice sessions. The preliminary game, begifi* ning at 7:30 p. m.. will feature the second-teams of hot It mainliners. OLYMPIC SK11KK ULKT ST. MORITZ. Switzerland. 0?) --·Another skiier of the U. S. Olympic learn was put out of action Tuesday when Ralph Bietila, 23, of Ishpeming, Mich., broke his left wrist while making a practice leap. Art Devlin. 24, of Lake Placid, N. Y., injured a knee at Davos recently. He is not expected to recover in time to participate in the Olympics, Jan. 30 to Feb. 8. BISONS PEDDLE HURLER BUFFALO, Lf) -- Outfielder George Lerchen, who played with Williamsport of the Eastern Baseball League last season, has been sold outright to Flint, Mich. The Buffalo Bisons also an; nounced yesterday the sale of Don j Chappie of Detroit, third baseman converted into a pitcher, to James- i town of the Pony League. TRUCKS /39 Motfofo f Bwi/_f -- THE AMAZING RESULT OF AN ENGINEERING PRINCIPLE THAT ASSURES WIDER USE, LONGER LIFE ... and ONLY Ford Trucks Have Itl E VERY single one of the great new Ford Trucks for '48 is Bonus Built . . . designed and built with extra strength in every vital part. But that's only part of this vital truck engineering principle . . . This extra strength provides WORK RESERVES that pay off in two important ways: · FIRST, thtse WORK RESERVES give Ford Trucks o greater range of use by permitting them to handle loads beyond the normal call of duty. Ford Trucks are not limited to doing one single, specific job! · SECOND, those same WORK RESERVES permit Ford Trucks to relax on the job ... to do their jobs easier, with less strain and less wear. Thus, Ford Trucks last longer because they work easier! Yes, Ford Trucks are Bonus Built . . . built stronger to last longer! That's why there are more Ford Trucks in use today than aay other make! *IONUS: "Something given in addition to what it utval or ·MtHy du».",.. W«t»ter'» Dictionary. - A*«| A C3O fpnm. ·· ^'Ofl fitt\ "Of |j(y x» iff lift . on v ibrati on a^, f ""Pension ,1, w * MCW fgm frame we ~- Si' 1 '" 0 , of\n, £ £««,, r :;'£ ^'*^^r* *o* FORD BV/LT STBONGtt TO UP! IMftftAttCt EXMKTS PROVE . . . FORD TRUCKS LAST UP TO 19.6% LONGER! Sports Roundup By Hugh Fullerton, Jr. ^ By Hugh Fullerton, Jr. NEW YORK, (.-Pi--On the same day the National Collegiate A. A. code (last Saturday) the United States Golf Association passed a rule concerning college scholarships that is exactly the opposite of the college regulation -- and just as sanitary. . .The U.S.G.A. ruling took the form of an example of what isn't permissible under its basic amateur rule which, in effect, asks: "What does the guy get?". . . The answer in this case is that if a golfer, subsequent to his ISth birthday, accepts "a scholarship or equivalent thereof as an incentive to enroll or continue in an institution of learning." he isn't an amateur. . .A single exception, made to cover the other cases, permits a golfer to win a scholarship offered as a tournament prize... It is unofficially explained that there's a distinction between beating the field in a tournament and being singled out because of general ability and that the Western Gclf Association caddy scholarships aren't. affected because solfine skill is not taken into account there. Under the N.C.A.A. code, a boy can accept an athletic scholarship only if it is granted by the college and the terms printed in the catalogue. Otherwise, if he accepts financial aid from anyone who would not normally provide it (his own family, for instance) he isn't an amateur. That certainly would include a scholarship offered as a prize in a golf tournament. . . Fortunately, few colleges give golf scholarships and fewer tournaments offer them as prizes. But. if a boy should be caught in the middle; he might hav^ a heck of a time. Bob Paxton, who leads the unbeaten North Carolina U. basketball team into the Garden tonight, is listed as a graduate student, but university authorities explain he's still eligible because he took his first couple of years as a Navy V- 12 student... Local basketball experts. incidentally, still are raving about Eddie Rickey's St. Louis U. team as the slickest outfit they've seen in a long time. Academy Frosh Fall To Newark 19-25 The visiting Newark high school freshmen cagers defeated the Academy frosh quint, 25-19, Tuesday afternoon, on the annex court. The local frosh were very nearly dormant until the final period, when a nine-point scoring streak came loo late to alter the outcome of the contest. NEWARK FROSH: Cameron, 4-0-8; Leege, 0-0-0; Deporter, 3-06; Ross, 1-1-3; Cowles, 2-2-6; Carlo, 1-0-2; Corkhill, 0-0-0. Totals: FGs-11; FTs-3; TPs-25. C A FROSH: Persons, 0-0-0; Woolston, 0-0-0; Russell, 2-0-4; Gosper, 2-0-4; BeVier, 1-0-2; Genecco, 1-0-2; Angeline, 3-1-7; Totals: FGs-9; FTs-1; TPs-19. Newark Frosh 7 13 21 25 CA Frosh 4 9 11 19 Club Holds Foxhunt Again Next Sunday Members and sportsmen considering joining the recently organized Canandaigua Fox Hunters club will meet again, at city hall, Sunday, 8:30 a. m., for another of the club's vveekly area hunts. Although the sighting of fleeing fox on two occasions was the only success of the hunt held last Sunday, it was reported that the event was nevertheless thoroughly enjoyed by the about 20 hunters who participated. Other areas of operations chosen lor the iiunl, this Sunday, are expected to produce more of sly "Reynard" to both vision and in gun-sights. Officers of the new club reminded that those who may be planning to fall out for the Sunday event that the club rules strictly prescribe the use of shotguns only. 1948 Northwestern- Syracuse Game Set SYRACUSE, UP -- The Syracuse university football team will play Northwestern next Oct. 23 at Chicago. Leu-is P. Andreas, director of athletics. said yesterday the Northwestern game fills an open date on the 1948 Syracuse schedule, and rounds out the customary nine-game slate. Syracuse and Northwestern met only once previously. The Wildcats defeated Syracuse 40-0 in 1910. The Syracuse schedule: Sept. 24, Niagara. Oct. 2. Holy Cross at. Worcester. Mass: 9, Penn State; 16. Cornell.: 23. Northwestern at Chicago; Nov. 6, Temple at Philadelphia; 1.".. Colgate: 20. Columbia at New York. BOX SOCIAL I'LAXN'KI) HOLCOMB - The J a n u a r y meeting of t h e Welcome cla.vs of t h e First Congregational Sunday school was held Thursday evening with Mrs. Klmer R. Wood. Plans were made for an old fashioned box social to be held in the newly remodeled basement, of the church on Valentine's Day. The proceeds will be used towards defraying the expenses of the recently installed lighting system in the basement. Free Parking 212-220 So. Main St. Canandiigua FRESH LOCAL They're Easy to Fix! They're Economical! Sea * Foods Frozen Haddock Dressed Whiting FILLET ur Pollock FILLET OF Perch FBjESH MEDIUM sters 43c 25c Ib pint can 39c Just RigM Treats in "Tender-Tested" Meats! Picnics -1 " ib 45 c Bacon Beef Steaks Skinless Franks Juicy SMOKED JOWL CLUB, SIRLOIN OR PORTERHOUSE SURE TO BE TENDER FULL OF FLAVOR LOCAL 4!i His. Up Ib Ib Ib Ib 45c 75c 49c ' 45c No Bread Is Better, So Why Pay More? Coffee HIngs Angel Feed Orange Buns Layer Cakes SUPREME Ige SLICED loaf DELICIOrS FOB BREAK: AST PI MX C/JSES . 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