The Daily Times from New Philadelphia, Ohio on January 17, 1947 · Page 6
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New Philadelphia, Ohio
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CHICAGO CARDINALS TO PAY TRIPPI $100,000 DEAL LEAVES GEORGIA ACE FREE TO MAKE BASEBALL DEAL (Bulletin.) Chicago, Jan. 17 (INS)—Charlie Trippi, a 24-jear-old product of the Pennsylvania anthracite coal fields, capped a truly American success story today when he signed the most-lavish professional football contract ever drafted — a SI 00,000 salary guarantee for four years with the Chicago Cardinals. T win City Teams Clash, Trojans Seek Ninth ceny- igning | ntract ever-attendant Bv CHARLES EINSTEIN International News Service Sports Writer. Chicago. Jan. 17. (INS)—Charlie Trippi's fabulous game of meeny-miney-moe comes to and end today, with the scheduled by the triple-threat Georgia All-American of the most lavish < ever offered n football player. "Moe’’. in this cast1, was Charles Bidwill, owner of the Chicago Cardinals in the National Football League. Deftly skilled *n the s<*ft art oi J persuasion. Bidwill has offered Trippi $100,000, with eater rights, park- I ing privileges, and a self-appointed baseball career thrown in. Eeny, meeny and miney—Dan Topping, Larry MaePhail and the big, bad New York Yankees—were left behind in New York late yesterday, i Trippi. a southerner of sorts from Pittston, Pa., spurned the lure ot I Yankee gold and entrained for Chicago along with th Bidwill. Trippi and Bidwill were in Chicago for the signing ceremonies Events in New York yesterday represtneo something between a double reverse and a cutoff play. Trippi, whose ability as a catapult-armed outfielder, is rivaled only by his talents as a whiz-bang halfback, was wined, dined, and almost signed by the baseball-football Yankees. L. S. MaePhail, baseball bombast of the Yankee orgaization. said: •‘First of all. we offered Trippi a cash bonus for signing. Then we guaranteed him two seasons of ba.-e ball in 1947 and 1948. and one season of football in 1947. But, having done that, we also Insisted upon the right to decide after 1947 where he should play either football ot baseball for us.” A published report, meanwhile, declared that the giant Y’ankee Stadium Corporation, headed by MaePhail. Del Webb and Dan Topping, offered Trippi a total in salary and bonuses of $105,000 to play five years of football an two years of baseball. It was stipulated, the report added, that Trippi would have to choose between baseball and football after two years. Capital In Seventh, Otters Win THE DAILY TIMES S port S FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1947. Jgovling MT. VERNON IS DOVER FOE; PScores The Borden Dairy team was far POTTERS HERE TOMORROW CONDUCTED BY JOHN STRATTON Charley Trippi. University of Georgia football ftflQ baseball star who: hi front of the City Class B league jes is making the headlines now on his deals for a professional contract, Is fast becoming an oldtimer at the New Philadelphia Youth Center, corner of Fair and North Broadway. Trippi, shown in a life-size painting and dressed in a Quaker uniform, looks down from his spot on the wall at the activity of t*:e youth of the town from an action pose. His is one of the three large paintings put on the walls by Jackie Ewbank, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ewbank of this city and a Quaker cheerleader. In her other paintings Jackie pic i tured a Quaker basketball playei in’ an all olack uniform and in the third she pictured a Quaker, taken from a box top. Trippi’a picture was j taken by Miss Ewbank from a newspaper photograph and he looks good in a Quaker uniform. ' Many of th*. town's youths have1 seen the paintings, over 3.70-? of | them having registered at incj Youth Center last month They j pay 25 cents for a membership card good for a year and can stay any i time the 12 room house, formerly, the Dr. E. B Shanley property, Is open. Honor Grid Players At Newcomers today after breaking a tie witn the C. O. Foresters last night by taking three straight games from the Forester team. In other matches the Eugle HiU Coals took two from the Goshen Dairies, the Alex Taverns took tw-- from the Union Bus Terminal and the Jim Eichel Meats took two from the Kaylor Refrigeration which later took two from the Eagle Hill team in a postponed match. J. 3. Gena had high total of 580 for the evening while Kump of the Eichel Meats had high sin gle game of 221. Kaylor Refrigeration Shutt .. Trimmer The Newcomerstown high school Gombert Kaylor .. Handicap ......... 123 By International News Service Tho.-i' fast stepping Capital eager* continued along their hustling way today after racking up their sev enth consecutive victory last night, 67 to 53. over Wilmington. The state's only unbeaten college quintet utilized superior height to control the backboards and raced to an easy win, the seeond for the Lutherans over Wilmington. Dick Ott, Capital scoring ace was held to 11 points, but team mate Jim Carlisle broke loose with 16. Wilmington’s Norman Ashworth, however, copped top honors with 18. Findlay, Otterbeln and Toledo recorded other victoriese last night. The Oilers whipped Ashland, 65 to 50, in an Ohio Conference game Bidwill said all along he'd match; Otterbein crushed Denison, 60 any offer the Yanks made. But more than that, his four-year football offer of $100,000 left the way open for Trippi to make any baseball connections he so desired. “The Yanks had specified the Georgia ace would have to play with the baseball Yankees or farm teams thereof)). According to Bidwill, the Chicago Cubs were ready to hand the Georgia University star a bonus of $10,000 for signing with their Los Angeles farm team. Should Trippi prove major league calibre and ascend to fhe parent Cub team, another $20,000 would be waiting, all of which would match the $30,000 offered by opulent Tom Yawkey o fthe Boston Red Sox. The Boston Braves, it Is known, also are hot after Trippi’s diamond services. 38. while Toledo subdued Valparaiso Ind.. 69 to 45. Headlining tonight’s nine- game schedule are engagements between Bowling Green and Baldwin Wallace at Toledo and Mid American Conference rivals Cincinnati and Ohio U. at Cincinnati. In intersectional games. Western Reserve tackles Albr n, Mich , Duquesne tests John Carroll, Oberlin meets Earlham, Finrilav plays Gan non, and Xavier hits undefeated Marshall of Western Virginia. Ohio Conference play pits Heidelberg against Mt. Union and Akron against Wooster. PARENTS’ WEEK TO BE OBSERVED JAN. 27 Parents are invited to visit the center, sponsored by the United Community Fund, too. and some do drop in but they have a special imitation to \isit the week of Jan. 27 when “Parents’ Week” will be observed. Mrs. Wanda Galbraith, who supervises the renter, has made plans for that week and is urging all parents to stop in for a visit or to join in the activities. Dick Musgrave is rhairman of the committee in charge. 1 he Center is open on weeK days from 4 to 5:30 o. m. and on week nights from 7 to 10 p. m. with a little later closing hour on Friday and Saturday. Enrollment this week has been low, examinations at school being the reason. Bardelli ... Fablano av. Beatty Gopp ......... Handicap . Totals .. Borden Dairy 189 177 Lahmers ........... 162 Bucher ............... 108 Beitzel ............... 159 .. 172 .. 152 Totals ... Link Irish With Big Chi Field Baumholtz Again Tops Reb Scorers KCiJ/S T&GK/VJ£Cfif/<Z> Two county basketball players who are playing regularly with Muskingum College at New Concord are pictured above. Fisher is a graduate of New com erstown high seho:l while Louis Bonvechio is known at his home town of Wainwright as “Rich.” He is a graduate of Tuscarawas high. NAAAAAA^AA^AA^AAAAA^^A^A Basketball Schedule GAMES. DANCES LUNCH AVAILABLE AT CENTER There are ping pong table.3, records for dancing, games and best of all, lunch of sandiwehes and | ice cream served at the center bv i Mrs. Albert Stellers, who charges I for the refreshments and puts the ! profit in the center's fund. Music is broadcast in the building by an automatic machine which plays nine records in one group There are also meeting rooms avail able for adult organizations. Youth from all over the count y and many visiting athletic teams who play the Quakers, stop at th^ center before or after the games to enjoy the activities and gee acquainted. If your son or daughter holds • I membership card, or if you’d’ hke ; to drop in and see how the centei j is run. be sure and do it the weeK of Jan. 27. You’re welcome anytime; but put the ‘ Parents’ Week” invita tion on your must list. Trojan football team, which com piled a record of six victories in nine starts—the best in the county last season—-was honored last night! ..Totals when 120 attended the Newcomers-! town Booster Club banquet at the pagiey American Legion home there. Coach Woody Hayes,, Denison University mentor and former New Philadelphia high schorl coach, was the main speaker. He urged his hometown athletes to take their studies seriously and pointed out that books come first f r college students. Leslie Besst, member of the bam QUjnian of education, was toastmaster and introduced Coaches Robert Me- Crackena nd Gene Riffle and Supt. D. B Roeder while group singing gtechow was led by Principal F. J. Gott-; Handicap fried. j Ccach McCracken passed out 19 letters to his winning team, only] six of them going to seniors, while columbo Ed Ray was presented with a lov R0ber^s ing cup after being voted the teams valentine ..... 159 most valuable player. Ray anc 3axter *’* 154 Johnny Irwin, this vear’r co-cap tains were presented sports shirts i It was announced that Dick Jurin and Don Warren had been named! ro-captains for next year. Letters went to John Irwin, Ed Ray, James Schlarb, Kenneth Wolff, Dean Neal and Delmar Marlatt. all seniors: Allen Stewart, Don K-pes, Bernard McKay, Waldon Walters, Dean Millburn, Charles Leech, Jack Schlarb, Eddie Carr. Raymond Williams, Don Walters, Dick Jurin and Don Warren, all juniors, and Paul Porcher, a sophomore. Women of the Legion served the dinner. .. 153 152 139— 444 173136— 478 .. 192163188— 543 .. 127 173 ISO- 440 .. 163 214 178— 555 123 123 123— 369 Bucks Busy, Swim Team Looks Good 998 914—2829 927 Eagle Hill Coal Co. ............... 135 138 201— 474 124 171 115— 410 123 123 123— 369 136 152 152— 440 177 157 171— 505 156 156 156— 468 851 897 918—2666 201 114 163 188 152 942 1025 N. P Foresters 170 158 150 150 155 196 L. Berlindes ... 115 190 Handicap ............ 89 89 159— 525 145— 508 163— 415 181— 503 160— 520 152— 456 960—2927 204— 532 150— 450 146— 460 187— 537 171— 476 89— 267 Featured by the clash of the Twin City rivals, Uhi^isville’s Tigers and Dennison’s Railroaders, and by the drive of the Newcomerstown Trojans for their ninth straight win, four independent basketball games are 011 the scholastic calendar tonight in addition to the five County league tilts. Newcomerstown will take on Carrollton, which has dropped into Class B this year, at Newcomerstown and the Trojans are favored to keep their unbeaten string intact. Dennison and Uhnchsville tangle at Dennison where both teams play their home games while Mt. Vernon Is at Dover and Dennison St. Mary’s at Coshocton Sacred Heart. Tomorrow night's schedule is featured by the clash of the New Philadelphia Quakers and the East Liverpool Potters, two teams with exact opposite records, the Potters having won nine of 10 and the Quakers having lost nine of 10. East Liverpool, defending regional champions who defeated Dover 27-26 In the regional finals last year, has lost only to Salem by a 37-28 score and may be without Walter Ashbaugh, star center and high scorer, who has an 'injured ankle. The Quakers will be without Dick Meese, regular guard, who is ill. The Sherrodsville high cage.s will take on the Quaker reserves in the preliminary and Dundee is at Dover St. Joseph’s in the other Saturday game. Tonight's Twin City clash will find Uhrichsville carrying a record of two victories In five starts into the game while the Dennison Railroaders will be seeking to Improve their record of three wins In nine starta. Ccach Chick Maurer will probably start Tom Lynch, Bob Rup penthal or A1 Dunn at the forwards, Bob McCullough at center Chuck Dunn and Bob Tolloty at the guards. Coach Jimmy Morgar of Dennison has Don Cable and Orie Hunter at forwards, Francri Fisher at center, Dan Morgan and Bob Stoffer at guards. Tonight's County League slate finds Port Washington at Tuscarawas. Strasburg at Midvale, Gna Bolivar, Totals837 938 947—2722 Kaylor Refrigeration | Shutt ................. 168 167 163— 498 1 Evans ................... 152x192x151— 495 ! Trimmer ........... 162 144 145— 451 1 Gombert ........... 162 142 196— 500 1 Kaylor ............... 150 191 184— 525 Handicap ......... 123 123 123— 369 ~ -2838 Chicago, Jan. 17. (INS)— Dame’s football future was with Chicago's giant Soldier today. 1<?aSt tMr Mtemn reports | The Thrilling’’’ jnadcap*’’aff7lr’J'saw Rumors, summarized in an ar -Notre linked Field Cleveland. Jan. 17. (INS) —The Cleveland Rebels return home to day with their first victory of the infant Basketball Association o‘ America over the St. Louis Bomb crs, top squad in the West The Rebels snapped a two-game losing streak by toppling the Bomb i crs, 63-59. last night in St. Louis j tide by Leo FLscher, sports editor of the Chicago Herald-Americnn, went like this: 1. "The Notre Dame Army game I next fall may be played at Soldiei j Field, where about twice as many the lead change nine times in the final quarter. Forward Frankie Baumholtz paced the Cleveland scoring with 24 points 1011 10 goals and four free tosses. The little Rebel also turned in a fine defensive game by holding can be accommodated as at South John Lf*an’ the Bombers’ leading phia. Friday Mt. Vernon at Dover. Carrollton at Newcomerstown. Uhrirhsville at Dennison. Dennison St. Mary’s at Coshocton Sacred Heart. Bowerston at Freeport. Class B League Port Washington at Tuscarawas Strasburg at Midvale. Gnadenhutten at Bolivar. Dundee at Stone Creek. E::ltic at Minerrl City. I Saturday | East Liverpool at New Philadel- ! BEST RECOMMENDATIONS COME FROM VISITORS Some of the best recommendations on the Center come from out-of-town visitors who notice the large sign on the front of the* building and stop in to see how it Is operated. At least one town has requested Mrs. Galbraith to g> there and assist in setting up a similar center in that town. Other adults, as well as youths from other cities which do not have similar centers, arc high in their praise of the center. Mangrum Leads Pros On Coast Totals ........... 917 959 962 Jim Eichel Meats Gena ................. 200 191 189— 580 Lucier av 176 176 176— 528 Tuxiliary Kump ............... 171 221 168— 560 Eichel ............... 181 194 183— 558 Hamm ............... 137 199 155— 491 Handicap ......... 57 57 57— 171 Columbus, O., Jan. 17. (INS)—Ohio State University athletes looked foi- ward today to a busy week-end with actim carded in four sports. Wrestling and swimming trams open their 1947 seasons tomorrow with home appearances against Ohio University and Fort Knox, respectively. The Buck varsity basketball team plays Northwestern in the Coliseum tomorrow night, while the Junior varsity travels to Purdue. Monday (he Bucks play at Pittsburgh. Ohio State and Wayne University | fencers clash at Detroit tomorrow Special attention will focus 011 Mike Peppe’s swimming team, ex! pected to provide the brightest spot : in a thus far drab Scarlet and j Gray sports picture. I While football and basketbai. j teams have taken their bumps with 1 alarming frequency, Buck sup . . .. . „ _ J porters confidently expect the cur denhutten at Bohvar Dundee at] ,.ent tank corps t0 ^ even ^iter Stone Creek an dBaltic at Mineral than the one that achieved a grand slam of major swimming championships last year. Peppe has 19 lettermen, largest in Buck history. Four stars of last year—Co-Captains Jim Counsilman and Miller Andersen, Jack Hill and Halo Hirose —will place 13 championships on the block among them. The Bucks received a big boost with the return from military service of Bill Smith, who personally felted by the Emmanuel Lutherans j hoids eight worid’s and two Ameri of this city to the Dover St. Johns. can reC0rds and 13 national cham- Lou Gracik led the Port team pionships. by scoring 21 points. j ______________ Summary: 29 Lutherans Port Washington 40 PORT CHURCH QUINTET DEFEATS DOVER 40-29 The Port Washington Church League team defeated the Grace! Lutherans of Dover 40-29 last nigh: at the YMCA in the only game played, a second contest being for Totals ........... 922 1038 928—2888 Alex Tavern Walton ............. 151 195 T. Murphy .... 177 142 Franz ................. 140 159 Popa av............. 157 157 H. Murphy ... 157 169 Handicap ......... 117 117 165— 511 204— 523 112— 411 157-r- 471 174— 500 117— 351 0 Harger f 0 Beaber f 1 Wendling 2 Neiger c 0 Seibert g B. Gilmore f 4 Coats f 3 f Gracik c 8 D. Gilmore g 0 Bender g 0 0 Pretorous g Dichler g 2 0 Vaughn g Steinbaugh g 0 13 3 Totals 17 6 Richmond, field of 109 Cal., Jan. 17. (INS) golfers renewed A theii Totals ........... 899 939 929—2767 LTnion Bus Terminal second round of the $10,000 Rich mond open on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay. Records fell like clay pigeons 111 yesterday’s first round with Nation al Open Champion Lloyd Mangrtnn ‘he leader of the sub-par scoring. Mangrum had a 34-40—64 score to equal the competitive Richmond course record. Forty-seven other golfers bested par 71 figures. Caravati ........... . 69 204 205—578 P. Berlindes ..140 137179—456 P. Cardani .... 125 156137— 418 B. Cardani138 142 186—466 D Cardani .... 145 171 193— 509 Handicap .........101 101 101 —303 Totals ........... 818 911 1001—2730 PRO, MINOR GRID LOOPS PLAN PACT | scorer, to live points. DOVER JUNIORS TOP WELTY RAIDERS 24-19 Bend, where it is now scheduled. 2. "The Notre Dame-Navy game may be played at Soldier Field Navy officials have expressed the hope that the game will be played in the Middle West.’ 3. “Notre Dame, upset at being left out of Rose Bo^l calculations Tire Welty high Red Raiders bas- will play a post-season contest with ketball team lost its game in a team from the Pacific Coast (in. three starts yesterday, being de- Soldier Field).” featcd by the Dover juniors 24-19. 4 . “Notre Dame, taking cogniz-j Maloney led the Welty club with ance of a “boycott’ by Big Nine, five points while three Dover play- Dundee at Dover St. Joseph. COUNTY B LEAGUE STANDING Goshen Dairy Kopp ................. 140 178 Thomas ............. 166 Bill Fritz, slender San Franciscan Blunt ................... 146 —---- who turned pro only a year ago. cihon ................... 137 NOTES: Jim Holleyoak. county was jn second place as the tourna- Trimmer ............ 152 game warden, dropped In yesterdav ment entered the second round Handicap ........... 95 to request that local hunters who Fritz had a six under par 65 in _ have received “Game Kill” survey his initial effort. Totals 836 forms mail them in immediately Among other early leaders with to assist state game officials of first rounds of 66 were Tony Penna 158 121 211 153 95 146— 464 137— 461 168— 435 151— 499 144— 449 95— 285 916 841—2593 Eagle Hill Coal Co. Philadelphia, Jan. 17. (INS) —1The National Professional Football Lea gue today was drafting working agreements with two more minor pro loops. Commissioner Bert Bell said the pacts include player exchanges. ^ ^ _____ ^ recognition of territorial rights and J th^gi7T*stripe^ the authority of the NFL commis-l ---------------------- sioner. He revealed the two leagues* are the Pennsylvania Professional rDAUAM |(CCC[ CD League and a proposed New England UIWIHAllIj IVLuuLLli circuit. BADGERS LEADING LOOP AS MARKSMEN Chicago, Jan. 17. (INS) —Big Nine basketball statistics showed today that Wisconsin’s runaway start in the Western Conference placed the Badgers far ahead of the field as marksmen. Bob Cook, rangy sophomore forward, contributed to the Badgers’ .336 accuracy percentage frjm the floor averaging .458 in his fieid goal attempts. Cook also holds the league leading scoring mark of 66 points—22 per game. Michigan’s defensively-smart coach. Ossie Cowles, has seen his charges allow only 40 points per game. The free throw leaders, at this point, are the Iowra Hawkeyes, collecting a percentage of .741 in shots from Army and others, will schedule 'v eral games in Soldier Field begin ning- with 1948 to maintain ite ath letic budget.” NEW CUMBERLAND WINS OVER SACRFD HEART The New Cumberland grade school league team, coached by Ton. Thomas, won its first game last night by defeating the Sacred Heart cagers of this city by a score of 22-16. Zeigler paced the winners with seven points while Dummermuth and Albaugh each got six. Yosicz and Mettel each hit six for the losers. The New Cumberland reserves won the preliminary 11-8. Summary: 22 New Cumberland Sacred Heart 16 Zeigler f Yosick f 3 vy f Mettel f 3 ermuth c Moscotti c 1 g Vining g \ COMPLIMEN Battallio g 0 THEM. S its each scored the same number Summary: ”1 Dover G F 2 1 Harris f 1 3 Evans f 2 0 Washington 1 3 Staples g Tuscarawas ............. . 701.000 Strasburg ................. . 60 1.000 Bug. Shanes. ...... . 5 2 .714 Port Washington . .. 4 2 .66 1 Dundee ..................... . 3 3 .500 Bolivar . 3 3 .5uM Gnadenhutten ..... 3 4 .429 Midvale ...................... 0 4.333 Mineral City ......... . 1 5 .167 Stone Creek ........... . 1 6 .143 Baltic ........................ . 06 .0)0 2 Ross g 1 Barlock f 0 Gain c Welty »9 G F Maloney f 1 Renner f 2 Bates c 1 Rodd g 0 Wright g 0 Morgan f 0 Eckfield f 2 Eckert g 1 Meese g 0 Williams g 0 10 Totals 7 5 LOUIS GOOD-WILL TOUR PAYING OFF Now York, Jan. 17. (INS) —Ca&n j was piling up in the bank today i for Professor Billy McCarney, who! isprnmoting the goodwill tour ofj heavyweight champion Joe Louis in! South America this winter. Tho first date in the tour will) be 011 Fob. 15 at Lima, Peru, from | where a guarantee of $15,000 a I ready has been forwarded, j in the current game kill census following the 1946 hunting season. . . . 30.000 hunters have received the forms and they’re not coming in fast enough . . . The division is using them to find an accurate method of chocking the game popu lation . . . Jim also requested tha* trapping permits for conservancy district land be mailed to him since Wednesday was the last day fo** trapping skunk, coon, possum, musk rat and mink . . . Don Bake,, Dover forward, has recaptured the Central Ohio League scoring leaci with an even 100 points In scve 1 games . . . Bill Knox of Newark fifth in the standings, formerh played at Sugarcreek-Shanesville high school. Hogan, the leading money winner of vouthful San Francisco pro. TUSKY BOOSTERS WIN OUT OF THE NDRTII Sunt)ana, Alaska.—Bowlers of tills Alaskan town are planning to send two teams to the ABC tournament next March in Los Angeles. BARONS DRIVE FOR LOOP LEADERSHIP The Cleveland Barons open a concerted bid for top honors in the Americas Hockey League tomorrow night when they entertain their ’eading contenders in the western division, the Indian polis Caps. The Indianapo is icers pulled into undisputed possession of the run ner-up slot by trouncing the St. Louis Flyers, 3 0, last night in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis icers pulled into game ahead of Buffalo and cut the Barons’ margin to a slim four points. Fagley ............... 116 168 148—432 Beatty ............... 143 185 158— 486 Bardelli ............. 120 195 106—421 Fabiano av. ... 123 123 123—369 Gopp ................. 185 191 140— 516 Handicap 156 156 156— 46H Totals ........... 843 1018~~ 831 —2692 CITY CLASS B LEAGUE Borden Dairy ........... 7 2 778 Jim Eichel Meat ___ . 5 4 556 Kaylor Refrigerations 4 5444 Eagle Hill Coal ___ 4 5 444 Alex Tavern .... 4 5444 Union Bus Terminal. . 4 5 444 Goshen Daily ........... 4 5444 C O. Foresters......... 4 5444 SCHAEFER TRAILS FRISCO AWARDED TOP GOLF MATCH San Francisco. Jan. 17. (INS) Francisco was chosen today as the tentative site of an international; golf match between Dai Rees of 1 London and Byron Nelscn, king of) American professionals before his; retirement last year. Fred Corcoran, tournament bu reau manager of the PGA, said Ed; Lowery, San Francisco businessman and amateur golfer, has offered to rut up $5,000 for the match on a BATTI E TONIGHT New York, Jan. 17. (INS)—An elim. inaticn contest designed to un scramble the rankings of the nondescript challengers for Sugar Ray Robinson’s welterweight crown will San| be staged a Madison Square Gorden tonight w’hen Billy Graham, of New York, meets Ruby Kessler, of Brooklyn. The bout is scheduled for ten rounds. Fraham, who has lost only 1 wo decisions in 69 contests, is a flight favorite. ORDER JUAN FRANCO RACE TRACK CLOSED Read the Classified Ad Page. »\er frhhport «;33 Name Pros Back PGA Meets if Hi1 rucaruwas Boosters added! anoth( r victor) last night at Free- I 0 port when thev defeated the Free- i 0 port Independent basketball team 0 *<-33. Jim Veigel if Tuscarawas got 0. J* points to lead the scoring for both 1 01 teams. Friendship fa^ But More In — 8 n Local Wife—What did\£ Husband—I didn’t warn doctor said that sleep bef<?1(^ tomor- . eh House PAY NO ATTENTION TC^d to NEVER BEEN SET UP A ST^droy. — hunt, j 22 47 T| a sc a ravvas G ] 3 0 Meese f 2 0 Arthur f 1 1 Minor i 4 0 Kopp c 5 1Veigel c 2 0 Donehue 3 1 Lahm g 20 Eckert g Frcyport 3. G F McCoy f 2 3 Feneli f 0 11 Simpson c 3 2 Trimby g 4 1 Hyde g 3 1 g McConnell g 1 0 Totalz 13 7 By LAWTON CARVER I. N. S. Sports Editor New York, Jan. 17. ^|NS)—-Craig Wood t(x>k occasion today on a flying visit on route to Arizona to say that neither he nor an.i of the ether better are quitting Wood said that there is no revo lution brewing, that at a meet ing subsequent to the slugging ot: Corcoran difficulties were ironed out and that the tour will con tinue as planned. They are competing now in th known protessiona*s $10,000 Richmond, Cal., open and the current golt tour, from there will go to Phoenix,! Ariz., where Wood will rejoin the on account of the slugging of Fred Corcoran by Dick Metz. Reports from the west coast have persisted to the effect that a revolution has broken out among the golfers and that a Metz l\\ faction would desert the ranks forthwith "In the first place Fred (or coran lias d ne one of the greatest jobs for golf to he tound in any sport In this country. In the second place the dissension within our ranks i> being brewed by a few dtscontended players. It is my personal belief that virtually all of the golfers are iionnr Balboa, Panama. Jan. 17. (INS)--, HOPPE 799 TO SRI The government of Panama order IIVUL 1U JOJI d the Juan Franc race track Chicago, Jan. 17. (INS)—Willie, cjosed indefinitely today in the Hoppe boasted a 799 to 583 lead j face of vigorous complaints of horse j over .Jake Schaefer tcday as the owners as well as bettors, men moved into another round of Horse owners petitioned the Na 1 point three cushion ] ticmal Racing Commission to close1 , ! the goverflment-operated track three Hoppe won last night s block. 50, oayS after a crowd rioted because* to 35 in 41 innings. H-> had a high run of 8 to 4 for lake. However, Schafer beat Willie ini (he afternoon session for the first j time since the match staucd. His! score was 50 to 49 in 39 innings. TRACK COACHES MAY NAME TUSKY MENTOR The names of James L. Rogers ot Tuscarawas, and Fied M. Thomes of Martins Ferry, have been placed in nomination for one of the six vice-presidencies of the Ohio Association of Track Coaches. A vice- president is to be elected from each of the six districts in the state. their 1,000 match. days aner a of tho conduct of the races. The owners also complained of condi tions at the track. CORRIDEN SIGNS AS YANKEE COACH New York, Jan. 17 (INS) — John M. Corriden, former coach of the Brooklyn Dodgers was signed today as coach for thr New York Yankees. VANDER MEER FIRST RED I EG TO SIGN Cincinnati. Jan. 17. (INS) — Cincinnati Reds President Warren Giles with Corcoran wholeheatedly. ’ could count on at least one player The Corcoran Metz incident 1ms today for the 1947 season. Wood explaned that he had seen brought into the open a simmer Jchnnv Vander Meer, southpaw reports that he and several other! ng feud which had been on for hurling ace. who won ten and lost name players had decided to quit several months. Metz has Horton 12 last year, became the first Red in support of Smith is a running mate in Lis leg to ink a contrnet yesterday j fight against the Professional Golf Term# of the agreement were not Association tournament setup. i disclosed , AAAAAAAAAA^A^AAA^AAAAAAA Basketball Scores caravan. the tour, ostensibly the Met! tactics Wood said’ College Otterbein 60. Denison 38. Capital 67, Wilmington 53. Toledo 69, Valparaiso 45. Findlay 56. Ashland 50. Westminster 82. Bethany 65. Virginia 56, William <fc Mary 48. Canlsius 99. McMahters 32. Brooklyn St. Athn’s 64, Temple 50 Duke 52, George Washington 46. Syracuse 65. Manhattan 53. Have Your Brakes Checked TODAY . . . TOMORROW MAY BE IOO LATE! Complete Brake Service GOODYEAR TIRES A BATTERIES at Van Fossen Sinclair Service Dial 28-57J. tor. Fair A fcecomr (sw.

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