Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 21, 1945 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX Aggies Drop Close Game to Deming Air Base An untlerclfJK NYw Mexico Ajjif: quinlcl was mjswl out 4 4 - 4 0 by the Deming Air Base I)u«tcr» in a close game jlayt:d Jitru Friday nli'ht. The KHITH' M n r l o d (it a fa.it pacf V4|th the Duster (iropjiliij; in llirn- Held goalji In ntpid feiHTf.sKion. Tin; ] A£g!c« were q u i r k to n-cnvt-r, Jiow- ! ever, and »l t h e h a l f u-ny m a r k j were: l(-arJln); 20- 15. Tin- n i i i i t i l c j raJJy by Hie Dialers put thi? /,'»"' | otf ice. j Hlsh point mc-n for Ciich K f - r n i l t "Bud" IJ»HIJH (T«w w i ' t e H f i l l v Hcick n m l Jrw U t i d r n h n l z c r with j 13 polnu n j i j c c f . W i n k i c T carried of -tnrliiK honors for I h c JJiiati-rH by rintfinf,' up 22 t a l l i e s . Vxt t i i i n i " p n i i l t for t h e Atf^c.s will hf! w i t h t h e K) f'ano Mini-.i February 9 ;m| ](). INDIANA IS MAJOR LEAGUE TRAINING GAMP FAVORITE Las Crupifs Surf-News ' Sunday Morning January 21, 1945 NEW YORK. Jan. 20 fl'J . P l e n t y c a n happen i n t w o months l i n t as of today all major league baseball clubs, w i t h the exception I the Hoslnn lir.'r/es, Jiavc selected spring t r a i n i n g sites and set t ' - n t a h v e dates for s t a r t of drills. I n d i a n a afialn w i n he the f a v o r - ite i;ani|) ground, w i t h six teams t r a i n i n g tlieri-. three In New Jersey, t w o in .Maryland and one each in .N'rw Y o r k , Delaware, Missouri and Illinois. .loe C r n n i n ' s Hnston A m e r i c a n Leaguers h a v i .'mif'tcd to I'lcasant- vilie, M. J., where t h e y w i l l lie abk- to engage in n m u r e complete -x- h . b i l M i n schedule than in -.14 when they .Marled a t T u f t s a n d finished nt l i a l h m i i r i ' . The W h i t . ' Kox h a v e deelrled to end Ihelr spring f e u d i n g with the ! , i l l l a u v l , rubs at French Lick, I n d . . where i rittsbnrgh 34.' they shared facilities last year and will settle down in Terre Haute Ind. The American League'a reserve list totaling 275 releujBed today reveals Cleveland and Washington each w i t h .19 men arc best prepared. Detroit and Chicago each have 35, St. Louis 34, New York :i:i and Boston and Philadelphia each 30. Of the 275, 123 are 4-F, 22 honorably discharged veterans, 22 over-age, six under 17 and eight L a l i n - A r n c r i c a n s with Washington. The National League has 290 under reserve ranging from a high 'f 40 f n r New York and Chicago to a low of 29 for the world cham- n i o n . S t . Louis Cardinals. Brooklyn nnd C i n c i n n a t i , each has 38, Colleges Hit at Sporis Gambling HLOOMI.S'GTO.N'. I n d . , J a n . 211 1/11 Tl t r e a t I CAGING SCORES II) AHKOCIATKI) I - I I K K S T r i n i t y !i«, M i l 47, i W i l l i a m M a i y 33, N o r t h Carolina .Slate y.h. I A l a b a m a 54, Georgia 28. C i t a d e l 57 K i i r m a n ,'!6. - e a t m c n l t l i a l p r o f e s s i o n a l g a i n - ' M e m p l i i s .Southwestern SI. A r k ling a l l e g e d l y received In.Kl s p r i n g ""·'"·'' S l a t e 21. I'lan iinlver- ' Mlsolnalppi M, Co ally biisketli;^,11 ..iiaeli, may beei.me ! I ' r l K ' m e r nl \Vnr Camp 30 u n a t i i i n w H l i - r c d l i i ' l i i l . ' H i n d i - ol ' I l l i n o i s T i l , N o r t h w e s t e r n 42. " - ' Iowa 211, M l e h l K i m 27. K i m l l i Iwliola 45, M o r n i n g a i d e reecptidn ini'liT n j,l-m ,,l ;ml ; l i r l l o i i l i i - i n i ; , o l u ; i,|, r-d ! Oliio ( i l . f . ' i i i r l n n n f i .'{0. W. H e n r y J n h n n t u n , v l r e - p r e s i - Texiin 111, A r k a n s a s JO. d t l l t ol t i l e A M l ' C A ' s v p i . i t s d i v l - I '"·"'I'll! A A H 4 4 , New Mexico w i e l a l l i i n ' s ;I4!I n i e i i i l . ' T s w o u l d [ W y o m i n g 51, I l r l g l i n n i Y o u n g ln'tinch n n l i l l - i . u l e i l o i t t n Itcep '"· Inrge scale g i i i n l j l l n g ,,,,t ,,\ ,·,,!- j W n . » l i l n B l i i n S l a t e 5-1, Oregon .|:i. I w i g l a l i ; a t h l e l i c s i Uonrjigu cifi, . M o n t a n a 39. A d m i t l l n g Dial m i n o r t . ' n u l i l i n c | " l(i " W I I I M I I , on hi ( ; games w o u l d he v i r t u a l l y I "'·'''" ;| 7. Alhuc|iicri|iie I n d i a n iii'iral Isiiiie I n othi-r.1, . l i i l i n s l i i n M'-lro.';e 23, clovls 19. Hind the e x e c u t i v e c u u i i u i l t . ' c of ' '·"* L I I U I I H 30, Kocorro 2(1. the ASCI'A has e n l l c i l u ] i u n all ! U n i o n 49, Clayton 28. m e m b e r s I n Join In an o r g a n l / e i l i " a l l l i p 4 1 , Aztec 23. o'iini|ial);ii t , , » l i f l , . i , i , ; . t i n ; , . |,,,|. I Virden 25, Y u l c t a 21. M u g «H college e n n l c n l s by reins- I Las Vegas 21, K a n t l l Fe 1G. I n f o r n i n l i d i i in t d , . K;iMi|j),. r .i. Flral u l e p In ||li r i i i i i | i n i | ; n . )].· inid, wdiild be Ihe r c i i i d v n l m n i l d i i l i l i l f n l perauiiH Item I h e n m i l h i K 1I»U1 Of CdMe R ,. ,,, I C | ,,,,,vei,,ily «|iortn j m b l i n l y ( l e i m r l m v n l s . Thw *diiid prcvciil (hi- , i [ i e n i l n r H ,,f ·Uipc flieeln" f r o m ,:eln,, K ,,,|, ir . iliiiUon l i i - l p r n l m c H l a l i l i . s h l n K "dd.H on t o j i games. TODAY and Monday 2 -- BIG HITS -- 2 io I h r i l l you with d r a m a l anoihor Chad a d v e n t u r e ! "Charlie Chan and Black Magic" w l i h S I D N E Y TOLER DELHIOTHEATRE Last Times Today Big Spanish Show "LOS CINCO NOCHES DE A D A M " plUH ^ F R O N T I E R OUTLAWS' , . . St. Mlcheal's ( S n n t u ],» 29, H I l i l i l n m J ' K HiKh (Lan V e p a » i 17. S i i n l n Fi. I n i l l n n Kehnol 3.1, 1m- i i i i i i - l i l n l r (·(in.-i.plloii 21. .Silver City 23, Lonlslmrg 21. Albii(|Ueri|iie 47, Cathedral hl K li I H W A I . I I K H IlKAT WII.IX.'ATH M K L U O H K , j,,,,. ai i^., . The M e l l o R C n u f t a l o e s d e f e a t e d t h e Clovjs H i g h W i l d c a t s In a l i n s k e t M m l l game here liisl n i f h l 23 I n 1 III. The Melrose second team ..le- |leaU-,| the C l u v i s "11" Mpnul 17 tu Try first In K ,-l It |,, (; n ic«i! Albuquerque-Gallup j In Title Tilt I (1ALLUP, Jan. 20--W-- The Al- I b u q u c r q u c High School Bulldogs and the G a l l u p High School Tlgcra were Bchcduled to battle tonight for the championship of the an- n u a l G a l l u p I n v i t a t i o n basketball t o u r n a m e n t . Garnca time was 9 p. m. A l b u q u e r q u e High, boasting one of the o u t s t a n d i n g teams of the u t a t e , advanced to the finals with a 39 to .11 victory over Farming- t u n High this afternoon. The Al- buf|uerque-Farmlngton scrap was fast and close throughout, w i t h I the Bulldogs leading at half-time ' -0 to 18. Albuquerque had a d - i vancc! to the semi-finals by de- | featlng Cathedral High last night, i 47 to 38. Farmington reached the | semi-finals by winding o v e r ' G r a n t s , B4-31. The G a l l u p Tigers knocked over Navajo Mission's polished quintet I his a f t e r n o o n , 33 to 29. Navajo Mission which had fihown great speed and accuracy won a place I In the s e m i - f i n a l bracket by downing Aztec, 41 to 23. YsletaOrops3 Games on Trip VJRDEN, N, M., Jan. 20 UPi-- Coach Buck Olbps and his Ysleta high school basketball teim were en route home today after a swing through southern New Mexico which resulted in three losses for the Texans. Vlrden high, 1944 New MexL-- champions. defeated Ysleta In a hard-fought game last night, 26 to 12. Virdeh thus avenged an early- season defeat suffered at the hands of Ysleta. B. Merrill, Vlrden center, was high point man, sporing 9 points, tie was closely followed by his Leammate, T. Brown, a forward, who dropped in S points. Neai Cryer, a guard, and Charles Juen, center, were high scorers for the visitors, with 8 and 7 points, res- lectlvely. Ysleta lost to Anthony Thursday afternoon, 26 to 38, and lost to Las Cruces Thursday night, 23 to 36. Ysleta plays next Friday night in the Texas District I-AA double round-robin tournament. Swedish group, explained that no flhip would be available for the athletes u n t i l early February, which would mean that they could not roach the U. S. u n t i l just before the national track meet in Madison Square Garden on Feb. 24. Army Changes Ruling On Pro Athletes WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 UPI--The a r m y announced today, that professional athletes no longer will be rejected by tlie army on ground o-f physical disability until all facts have been reviewed by the war d-.'partment. f Th« announcement commented on the "inconsistency of rejecting an athlete for an ailment which is not sufficiently serious to prevent him from participating in professional games and exhibitions." BAYLUS CADE PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits - Tax Matters - Systems 120 E. Griggs Ph. 284, 477-J 1000 BUSHELS SWEET POTATO SEED Certified East Texas Porlo Rican Seed Free from Soil Siain Also 500 bushels Kansas Nancy Golds. A new sweet potato, all the good qualities of Nancy Hall. More prolific and earlier. They cook up golden yellow, sweet and delicious. Bed in February in hot bed for early plants. Will give full instructions how to make hoi bed. W. T. SCOGGIN Swedish Stars Out Of National Meet STOCKHOLM, Jan. 20--(JFI .V i r t u a l l y all hope that Gunder I I ( i t ' K K and Hakon Liclman, Swed- sh I r a c k stars, would compete in t h e United States this w i n t e r was ibninloncd today. Charles Junsson. secretary of the PARTEMP Economical home Insulailon Hay's Park Texaco SERVICE STATION RIVERSIDE INN Radium Springs presents Duke Carlefon's Continental Trio featuring CHUCK BROOKRESON wizard of the bass BUCK CRAWFORD guitarist supreme and the DUKE OF BOOGIE WOOGIE Dancing from 9 to 2 every night The Best of Entertainment and Liquors that New Mexico Has to Offer GRADE 3 T I R E S A L L S I Z E S OPEN SUNDAYS 302 SOUTH MAIN LAS CRUCES TODAY-Also . MONDAY, TUESDAY AI THE ft IH COMFORT/UHE LLLL'i.'i- Slie fought (at, her life .. · with her husband's Lest friend , , . while her true love waited a t . . , Medical Technicians Needed at Once From Las Cruces These Jobs are wailing: *X-Ray Technician * Dente! Technician * Laboratory Technician * Medical Technician * Surgical Technician THE TIME IS LIMITED-APPLY NOW! r U. S. A R M Y RECRUITING STATION (Local Adtlreis) «.»· ,n,l Sl.lr) 1 1 bate .end nw, wllliout any ohltgMion on roy part, full information about , wrvlni B . . Medical 1 K hntclAti in Ihr WAC . . . U-llitur nhoul llir )ob mry rio. the qunI[(U«tloni ncv«»»«ry, the technical training they receive, oppoi tunltlc*. etc. ' or"no"toeAchol ih. i (ollowinf qucitioni: j Are you betw ·nd Sfl7 L Have you any children under U 7 Arryounhiihichocl j THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FIRMS: ACME LAUNDRY CLEANERS 500 North Main St. Phone 373 EL PASO ELECTRIC COMPANY (MeSilla Valley Division) LAS CRUCES FURNITURE CO. 207 South Main St. Phone 46 POPULAR DRY GOODS CO. Las Cruces, New Mexico THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. THE WHITE HOUSE " of Las Cruces '

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