The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 23, 1951 · Page 8
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Frederick, Maryland
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Friday, November 23, 1951
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,jr0t»TEEK The N«w«, Frederick; Md., Friday, November S3, J951 V.M.I.Wins t From Tech NEW YORK. Nov. 22, (^·--Vir- ginia Military Institute got a big scare for two periods today, but *hroke loose m the second half to defeat Virginia Tech, 20-7, and clinch at least a tie for the Southern Conference championship. The game. 47th between the two Southern military schools, drew 2200Q at Koanoke, Va., and was one of a handful of tilts on a ; skimpy Thanksgiving Day pro; g3 \rpi scored in the first quarter , on a pass from John Dean to Chad White, and led at halftime 7-0. · But the Keydete, paced by Tommy : Birge with two touchdowns, shoved over 13 points in the third period and went on to win without difficulty for their fifth conference victory. Maryland, unbeaten in . eight games including four conference tussles, can tie for the league crown by defeating West Virginia Saturday. Utah Beats Idaho At Salt Lake City, the Utah Redskins--who won the Skyline Six title last week--shoved across 20 points in the opening period in registering an easy 40-19 victory over Idaho of the neighboring Pacific Coast Conference. The chief game in the mid-west found Detroit University scoring in the final minutes after a pass interception, to pull out a 9-7 Missouri* Valley Conference victory over Wichita University at Wichita. In another Southern Conference game at Eicbmond, Va., the Washington and Lee Generals--winner of the championship last year-romped to a 39-7 victory over Richmond's Spiders Quarterback Gil Bocetti directed the WL attack m sparkling style, and passed for a touchdown to give the Generals a 19-7 lead at the half. Giro Barcelonna. sophomore fullback, scored two touchdowns on gallops of 54 and 55 yards The University of Denver PIQ- neers took third place in the Skyline Conference by defeating Colorado AM, 21-6 At Springfield, O, Akron University scored its first win in nine games, a 13-7 victory over Witten- beig. Xaviei (Ohio) - finished its first undefeated football season at Cincinnati with a 32-6 triumph over Toledo University. In the only college game played in New England, Trinity scored 28 points in the third period and rolled to a 42-6 victory over Tufts. North Texas State found Chattanooga passes too much, and lost a 32-20 decision to the Mocassins in a game at Chattanooga, Tenn. The first of the bowl games went to Moins Harvey and Lewis College. Morns Harvey won the seventh annual Burley Bowl game at Johnston City, Tenn, beating Lebanon Valley, 27-20. At Bloomington, 111, Lewis pulled out a 21-12 victory in the last half ovei William Jewell in the fifth Corn Bowl contest. CHURCHILL LEAVES DEC. 29 LONDON. Nov. 22 i/P)--Prime Minister Winston Chui chill will leave England December 29 for Washington to talk over a wide range of critical matters with President Truman, the Prime Minister's office said tonight. P A I N T I N G AND D E C O R A T I N G RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL All Work Guaranteed Property Pamagf A. Public Liability Insurance CALL 1527 E. Harp Gilbert (Formerly with Coblent? Painting Decorating Co.) 114 W. 5th St. RUDOLPH! The Red-Nosed Reindeer-- Illustrated with \mmrn stereoscopic pictures W THREE DIMENSIONS See Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, "acme to life" m the breathtaking realism of three dimension full color ICodachrome picture*. Other subject* for UK m View- faCt3tcr Stereoscopes 91101 Trojectorv include Cartoon Characters, Arabian Nights, Mother Goose Rhymes, The Christmas Story, Animals, Indians, Fairy Tales M well as "travel" scene* from all over the world. Stereo pictures are mounted in durable View-Master 7-scene Keels. Se»toe yourself. STEREOSCOPE *!·· ' KEELS 35C ·*·* Write For Our Free Christinas Catalogue ft an, HI1VTNEE--ROELKE | FREDERICK CAMEBA SHOP \ 2W W«i» Patrick St. Phone 7*7 SPAPLRflflCHIVE®---. Women's Basketball Clinic December 1 A women's basketball clinic for high school and college teachers and students, as well as any other interested enthusiasts of the spoil will he held at the Gambiill gymnasium. Hood College. In Frederick, on Saturday, December 1, at ten a. m. Purpose of the clinic is to go over the new rules and changes-of which there are many this year. Included will be interpretations of rules concerning personal and technical fouls and a demonstration game using the methods of officiating according to the standards established by the National Section of Women's Athletics.. The clinic is being sponsored by the Frederick Board of Women's Basketball officials, organized about a year ago at Hood and the only board in addition to the state. It covers Baltimore in the territory from Baltimore westward through Cumberland to the West Virginia line. Miss Catherine H. Foland, of the Hood physical 4 education department and an accredited national judge of women's basketball, states that there is a need for more -women officials in the /iport and it is hoped that the clinic will help in producing them Miss Foland is in charge of the clinic. Next March a rating examination will be held at Hood, at which candidates may be qualified ac- five established Intiamural, asso- cording to the classes of rating' ciate. official, local, junior national and national. No advance ~iistratkm is necessary for ti clinic. It will end at noon. * Fair Grounds Horse Barn Saved By Firemen An alert citizen saved the new horse-bam at the ^Frederick Fail- grounds from a bad fire shortly after 10 o'clock Wednesday night A general alarm was sounded sending all city companies to Highland street, when straw refuse behind the barns and just inside the Photo by Phil Geraci F. H. S. BAND CONTEST WINNER--Frederick High School Band performs during half-time ceremonies of the recent Maryland-North Carolina State football game in Byrd Stadium, College Park. The* local high school band won first place in the annual high school band contest sponsored by the university. · Fairgrounds.' fence became mysteriously ignited. Firemen hazarded a guess that a carelessly cigarette from a passing automobile, originated the blaze. A fairly brisk wind speeded combustion but volunteer;, arriving m force scaled the fence with hre-l.idders and extinguished the flames with booster streams, before they approached too closely to the highly inflammable, wooden barns IN TERPS BAND Four University of Maryland freshmen who were members ol the Frederick High School band last year, are now playing in the Terrapins' marching unit and will make the trip with the. team to New Orleans for musical exhibitions at the Sugar Bowl game New Year's. The foi mer Cadets in the University of Maryland band are Charles Ross IV. Royd Smith Theodore Mercer and Reyburn Browning Jifotforn Upright 19 CU. FT. FOOD FgEEZER · Sub-zero temperature fmt-frccres 50 Ids. of food at one time. · Hold* (IfiS Ihi. of frozen foodi. O Takes no more floor space than a 10 cu. ft. motlcl. · Sensational new Santoccl Iniulatlon--Twice as efficient · Economical to operate. · 5-year wniranty. 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Douglass ALONE Children often cry out in the night becuse they are afraid of being alone As years pas,s, the fear of being alone does not diminish for many of us One reason why we do not like to be left alone is because we hate to face ourselves as v/e really are, and the worst thing about facing ourselves as we really are is that we have to face a conscience which can perhaps make us pretty miserable We think of what we might have been and of what we are We think, of the kind act left undone ajid the opportunity gone forever to serve a loved one. We are oppressed with the realization that some moral weakness is eating away at our lives, destroying our happiness, and rendering us unfit for the spiritual destiny we are sure God meant us to have Conscience is a terrible reality in every human life The only way to deal with it is by confession and repentance. Some people worry along and carry the burden of a bad conscience all their lives. They don't seem to realize the happiness they are missing. There is no source of joy so deep as that which comes from the disavowal of evil and the realization that th« wrong doing of the past has been wiped out by forgiveness, restitution, and the determination to follow * different pathway. (Copyright Babson Newspaper Synd) Generally speaking, among every 1,00X1 apparently healthy adults given chet x-rays, an average of 3 to 5 persons is found to have active tuberculosis. (This proportion is equivalent to nearly % of 1 per cent or 03 to'05 per cent.) So Many Little Childhood Ills Strike it Night! So keep this *peci*liz»4 aspirin htndy, ready for emergencies. Approred by doctors. Ho need to break tablet*, eaeb i K adult do«e. Orang« fUrored. Buy it today. ST.JBSEPH * AWIRII * CHUHEI CAS The All Automatic Fuel For Water Heating FREDERICK GAS CO., Inc. Tel. 2575 107 East Patrick St. JOIN HOSPITAL AID TODAY HAMILTON, ELGIN, GRUEN AND BULOVA WATCHES JAMES I . 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