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Rams, Browns Lead Leagues American Conference W ' L T Cleveland 9 i ? N. Y. Giants 7, 2 1 Washington 4 6 0 Philadelphia 4 6 0 Â· Pittsburgh 3 n Chicago Cards 2 8 0 Nationa Conlerence Los Angeles ... Detroit Chicago Bears San Francisco 7 6 6 5 Green Bay 3 N. Y. Yanks 1 3 3 4 4 7 7 0 1 0 1 0 2 Pet. .900 .778 .400 .400 .333 .200 .700 .667 .600 .556 .300 .125 NEW YORK, Dec. 2 (/W--The Los Angeles Rams climbed to the top of the National Conference of the National Football League today while the Cleveland Browns cemented their hold on the lead m the American Conference. Thus the two teams that faet in the playoffs last year now are leading their respective loops with time fast running out on the other clubs. The powerful Browns pounded the Chicago Cardinals, 49-28, while the Rams defeated the Chicago Bears, 42-17. The Rams' victory was particularly significant in that the Bears were one" of their mam challengers for the title: The San Francisco 49ers gave their California brothers a lift by knocking down the Detroit Lions, 20-10. The Lions also have championship aspirations. In other games the New York Giants kept alive their slim hope of overtaking the Browns by whipping the Pittsburgh Steelers, 14-0: the New York Yanks won their first game of the season, 31-28, at the expense of the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Washington Redskins, 3521. Bears Start Fast The Bears started as if they were .going to slap the Rams all over the field, scoring all their 17 points in the first quarter However, the Rams pushed over two touchdowns in the second period to lead, 21-17. at the half. From then on, it was a walk- away. Bob Waterfield completed five of seven passes for the Rams, including one to Elroy Hirsch who took the ball at midfield and ran for a score The play covered 91 yards, the longest touchdown passing play of the pro season. Y. A. Title was the chief executioner in pushing the Lions ou of first place. He tossed touchdown passes to Bill Jessup and Joe Arenas JoHn Strzykalski notched the other 49ers talley. The Lions were kep-' bottled up until Doak Walker kick ed a field goal and Bobby Layne tossed 30 yards to Dome Dibble in the end zone. Bob Hoernschemeyer top Lion ground gainer, sufferec a concussion in the first period and that spelled finish to ttw Detroit chances. . Otto Graham was the mam show in the Cleveland triumph over the Cards. He pitched for four touchdowns and scored one himself. It was a romp for the Browns, who held the Cards scoreless until late in the third period. At that time, they had a 42-poiat lead. Yanks Finally Win Charley Trippi's passing netted two Chicago tallies and consumed most of the ground gaining for the losers at the end of the third period and through the fourth. The Giants famed defense worked perfectly against- the Steelers, and Steve Owen's men took advantage of a couple of breaks to win the game. Tom Landry picked up a Steeler fumble on the 10 in the second period and ran across, and Otto Schnellbacker dashed 46 yards for a score when he intercepted Chuck Ortmann's pass in the last period. That was the game. The Yanks, who have been play- ng the most breath-taking losing games in the history of the NFL, inally pulled one out when they icked the Packers on three last quarter touchdown passes by Bob Celeri George Ratterman also passed for one TD. Tobin Rote flipped 'or two and went over once himself for the Packers. The Eagles were in front of the Redskins all the way, mainly on the line bucks of Frank Zeigler. Clyde Scott and Steve Van Buren and the passing of Adrian Burk. who pitched for two scores. They picked up 32 first downs to tie a league record. Rob Goode, who started the day as the National League's leading ground gainer, picked up 100 yards in 16 tries to bring his total to 736 yards for the season. coach Denver cra\\ lores, wno wai captain of the 1948 Tennessee football team. The Terps are slaled for a light workout Monday, and other practice sessions Wednesday and Friday. Fires High Gun And Top Slamling Score Kitty Cashour fired high gun and the to'p standing score as Frederick Rifle Club topped Company A, 1,365 to 1.299* Lucille Wolford and Horine tied for runner-up honors with 276s. The losers entertained the winners after the match, seivmg light refreshments. The scores: Rifle Club P. K. St. Krantz 97 86 84 Main 99 92 81 Wolford 100 94 82 Kitty Cashour 98 97 85 Kemp Cashour 99 87 84 Ttl. 267 272 276 280 270 High five total Health Center Bowling League Yankees, 3; Indians, 0 Browns, 2; Red Sox, 1 Cards. 2; Dodgers, 1 Standing Of The Teams Etchison - .. . Painter Company "A"' Horine Castle Crum Warren Kmsey Strme . 98 97 P. 97 94 96 98 97 High five total Bartgis 96 Miller 95 Mask 94 Kinna 85 Moser . 94 94 88 K. 96 89 76 89 90 64 73 86 76 9t 71 82 St. 83 79 82 68 65 61 77 58 61 60 1,365 263267 Ttl. 276 262 254 255 1,299 221 245 238 232 245 Belvoir Engineer* Down Delrick Squad Coming through as expected, the F o r t Belvoir Engineers Friday night trounced a vastly Inferior Cimip Dctrtck squad 78-39 in a basketball game played on the Virginian's court. Scoring just twice Â«s many points as their opponents, the Engineers used all but two men from their 17-man squad in the runaway t i l t , Playmg-coach Pfc. Jack Riehl took highpoint honors for the Engineers with 12 points. The former Carnegie Tech great bowed to the Comets' Sgt. Norbert Van Dinter for game highpomt honors however, as the latter dropped in six fieldgoals and three freethrows for 15 points. The contest was the t h i r d straight defeat for the Comets. They next will meet Army Chemical 'Center's Retorts in a return match December 4 at Edgewood. The score- Camp Detrick G. F. TP. Felker, f 0 3 3 Brown, f 0 0 0 Terry, f 1 1 3 Van Dinter, f 6 3 15 Fraley, c 3 - 2 8 Pruitt, c 0 0 0 McCartney, g 0 5 5 Clay, g 0 0 0 Slier, g 0 3 3 Castell. K 0 2 2 Dango, g 0 0 0 Pts. 27 25 24 23 20 13 Weekly Statistics men's games match--B Koontz, 142-379. high. Ladies game j. Hahn, 135; high Ladies match-R. Cutsail, 356: high team game match--Cards 584-1595. Cards . Dodgers . Browns . Yankees Red Sox Indians High Weekend Scores ' By The Associated Press East Navy. 42: Army, 7. Boston College, 19; Holy Cross, 14. South Georgia Tech, 48 Georgia 6. Louisiana State. 14; Tulane. 13. Tennessee. 35. Vanderbilt. 27. Mississippi, 49; Mississippi St., 7. Alabama, 25. Auburn,, 7. Totals 10 Fort Belvoir G. Asp. f 4 Hoflman. f 2 Bonaventuro, f 2 Kopchik. f 3 Patterson, f 0 Lord, f 1 Dapkewicz, c 2 Atkins, c . Bchm, c Chercus, g Riehl, g Hood, g Kilburn, g DRILLS RESUME TODAY COLLEGE PARK, Dec. 2 Mi-Maryland's undefeated football team will get back into wnoleskms tomorrow to begin practice for a Sugar Bowl dale on New Year's Day with the undefeated Tennessee Vols. Coach Jim Tatum is due back at the University tomorrow He 11 be armed with information collected while scouting the Vols as they defeated Vanderbilt Saturday. With Tatum was offensive line Oklahoma, 41; Oklahoma A. M.. 6. Tulsa. 34: Delioit, 20. Kansas, 41: Missouri. 28. Southwest Bailor 34. Rice, 13 East Texas State. 47; Sul Ross State. 21. Texas Christian, 13; Southern Methodist. 2. Texas Tech, 28: Hardin Simmons, 21. Far We-^t New Mexico. 11: Utah State 13. Notre Dame, 19; Southern California. 12. PUBLIC SALE I, the undersigned, discontinuing farming will offer at public sale on my farm located 'Â£ mile southeast of Union Bridge, Maryland, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951 at 10 o'clock the following: items consisting of 14 head milk cows, 7 heifers and 1 bull. These cows are a(l in milk, herd testing 4.4Tr. Dairy equipment consisting of 2 unit McCormick Deenng milker, new; 10 ten-gallon milk cans, strainer and buckets, 1 milk cart, 4 milk stools. MACHINERY 1 B John Deere tractor, new; 1 M John Deere tractor, new; 1 Tohn Deere manure spreader, new; cultivators for John Deere B tractor, 1 side delivery rake, New Idea; 1 hay loader, New Idea; 1 mower, New Idea; 1 corn planter, John Deere; 12 hoe crain drill, good as new; 1 double cultipacker, 9 ft.; 1 disc harrow, 32 disc, new; 1 2 gang tractor plow, 14 inch bottom, Little Genius; 4 section lever harrow, 2 wooden frame harrows, 1 smoothing harrow, 1 riding furrow plow, 1 3-leg: cultivator, 1 2-Ieg cultivator, 1 shovel plow, 1 rubber tire wagon, 1 iron wheel heavy wagon, 1 Bellinger hammerroill, 12 inch; 1 75-ft., 7-inch sandy belt, 1 power corn shcller, 1 hand corn sheller. 1 corn barrel. 1 hay fork, rope and pullies, 1 large block and fall, 1 small hlock and fall, 1 feed cart on wheels, 1 barrel lime spray, 1 circular saw, 1 tractor trailer cart, 1 grease barrel with pump, 1 set Stewart cow clippers, 1 wheelbarrow, harness of all kind, blacksmith tools, 1 forge, 1 anvil, hammers, wrenches, chisels, etc., 2 electric fencers. BUTCHERING OUTFIT 1 large kettle, 1 lard stirrer, 1 2-gal. sausage stuffer, 1 meat grinder, etc., and many other articles too numerous to mention. CHARLES U. MESSLER TERMS OF SALE--CASH on day of sale. HARRY TROUT, Auct. Lunch Rights Reserved SEE THESE O K. USED CARS AND TRUCKS BEFORE YOU BUY! 1949 Chevrolet Deluxe 2-Dr. $1,325 1948 Chevrolet 4-Dr. Deluxe 1,095 1947 Studebaker Champion 795 O. K. TRUCKS 1946 Reo Chassis and Cab .... 495 1946 Chevrolet 1-ton Pickup 695 GOOD VALUE TRUCKS 1942 Ford I 1 2-ton Chassis and Cab .. . 475 1941 Chev. iMi-lon Chassis and Cab 350 1938 Dodge Canopy Express 175 KEY CHEVROLET SALES, INC 106 E. Patrick 'St. Phone 707 PUBLIC SALE OF FURNITURE AND TOOLS (SOME ANTIQUES) CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL AUCTIONEERS Having purchased all personal property of my brother (Harvey E. Smith) and several other persons, I the undersigned will sell on premises where I now reside located on East Eighth Street extended, Frederick City, Md., on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951 Beginning Promptly at 10:30 O'clock A. M. The Following To-Wit: 1 nearly new gas stove, 1 oil stove in A-l condition; ] Blue cook stove, 1 heatrola 2 electric heaters, 10-piece Birds Eye maple bedroom suite, 1 antique sofa bed, 2 chairs and mirror, 2 antique kitchen sinks, 1 antique love seat and chair, 2 antique clocks, 1 antique wooden bed, 2 kitchen cabinets, 1 kitchen cabinet base, 2 round extension tables, 1 stand for book case, 1 settee, 1 double wardrobe, 1 double utility cabinet, 1 white kitchen cupboard, 2 reed chairs, 3 desk chairs, 1 wooden bed, 1 dresser, 1 single wardrobe, 2 oak bureaus, 1 chest of drawers, 10 stands, 2 rockers, 1 sofa and cover, 1 breakfast set, 1 porcelain top kitchen table, 1 baby bath, 1 child's chair, 1 arm chair, 1 sewing machine, 10 dining room chairs, 1 set of quilting frames, 1 iron bed and spring, 1 roll away bed, 2 folding springs, 1 iron cot, 2 ironing boards, 7 electric lamps, several oil lamps, 2 mission tables, 1 piano bench, 1 serving table, 1 basement table, several wash tubs, 4 rugs, any amount ot china and glass ware, some are antique; also cooking utensils and pictures, 2 sleighs, 2 strings of sleigh bells, 1 heavy block and tackle with 200 ft. of rope, 1 light block and tackle with 150 ft. of rope, 1 new chain block and tackle, 1-ton capct., never used; 1 small chain block and tackle, 2 small tool boxes, 2 lawn mowers, 1 garden plow, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 wooden car trailer, I goat cart, 1 large tin lined chest, 1 side saddle, 2 seta of plow gears, 1 nearly new pair of check lines, 2 new halters, 2 tan leather bridles, 1 yard swing. Any amount of miscellaneous articles not mentioned. NOTICE--All of the above property in A-l condition. Plan to attend this sale. TERMS OF SALE--CASH with clerk on sale day and ns property removed until paid for. Lunch and refreshments will be served on the premises JESSE N. SMITH, Owner JOHN W. NULL DELBERT S. NULL, Auctioneers RAYMOND L. KELLY, Clerk HOW LUCKY ARE YOU Every day you drive an old, worn out car, you are taking your life in your hands. Right now you can buy a good I postwar used car at very reasonable cost. The expense of keeping your present car m good operating condition may be gVeater than the cost of trading for a good used car. If you are driving a prewar car, its present value may be sufficient down payment on a safer post-war car and the monthly payments within your budget. Come m and look over our line selection of used cars. All Our Cars Priced Less Than The New OPS Ceiling Cars In Stock From '37 To -'51 Models '50 Nash Amb. Hydra $1,795 '49 Mercury Cl. 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Phone 1740-R Join Hospitnl Aid Today ^ Open Eveningi 1 1 5 6 .1 2 19 F. 3 1 0 1 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 0 39 TP 11 Better Court Record Sought B' The AÂ»ociaU-d Presf An early line on anticipated 1m- jrovement in the University of Maryland basketball record will be 'orthcoming this week which S!K- xals the start of rull court competition in the State. Maryland plays Virginia today, Washington Lee Wednesday and Penn Saturday. After that, it ;hould be clear what the Terps are n for this season. Coach Bud Millikan has a veteran crew for his second season at College Park. The entire startmx' five which won 16 out of 27 last vear is back. However, Gene Shue, a 6-foot-2- inch Baltimore sophomore, is slated Lo break into the first five. Paired with him will be Lee Brawley from Duncan, Ariz., whose 404 points last season set a new Maryland scoring record. The backcourt will be handled by Dick. Koffenberger f r o m Wilmington, Del., and Jim Johnson of Washington. Don Moran, a junior from Westernpovt, Md., will be at center. Must Win Nine Games Koffenberger is the smallest of the lot at an even six feet. Coach Millikan figures Maryland will have to win nine of its 14 Southern Conference games in order to safely qualify for this year's tournament. Last year, the Terps qualified by winning 11 out of 19 against conference members, Besides Maryland's three' games, 12 other tilts are on tap this week for State quintets. On Saturday Navy plays host to Czerewaty, f f ................ 1 Zill, g .. . .' ................ 1 Virginia, and Coach Ben Carneval* ays it may be one of the worst easons of his coaching career. This ear's Middle .squad, the sixth Carnevale 1ms coached, has only one returning letterman from last rear's team whicn won 10 oÂ£ 22 games. Towson Teachers %\ ill be the first State quint to j u m p into the .5-team Masou-Dlxon Conference competition. The Teachers go igumst Handolph-Macon on the Virginians' court Friday. It will be Towson's opener and Randolph-Macon's second contest. The Yellow Jackets dropped their opener to the Richmond Dixie con- talneis, 74-65, despite the 27 point effort of last year's leading conference scorer, Jack Whitcomb. Loyola, which lost to LaSalle md came back to beat the Alumni, will go against thiee foes this week t u n e - u p for the Mason-Dlxon race. They'll plÂ«y Siena and St. Peter's away and take on Morris Harvey on the home court. Mt. St. Mary's opens against Shippensburg with most of the talent that copped the Masoo-Dixon championship last year. Week's schedule: Monday--Maryland at Virginia. Tuesday--Loyola at Siena; x- Cathohc U. at American U.: Lebanon Valley at Western Maryland. Wednesday--Washington Lee at Maryland. Friday--x-Tows,on at Rnndolph- Macon; x-Gallaudet at Catholic U.: Morris Harvey at Loyola; Wilson at Baltimore U. Saturday--Loyola at St. Peter's; P e n n Military a t Washington; Krostburg at Gallaudet; Baltimore U. at Upsiila, Mt. St. Mary's at Shippcnsbuig. Western Maryland at Buckncll: Maryland at Penn, Virginia at Navy. X-Mason-Dixon League games. Totals .. 32 Score By Quarter Camp Detrick 9 10 8 12 Fort Belvoir ... 20 18 27 13 14 78 39 78 The NewK, Frederick. Mil., Monday, Becember 3, 1951 NINK Stale School Cagera Open With Win Ami Lows Maryland State School lor the Deaf cugcrs opened tho 1951-52 baseball season Saturday night by splitting even w i t h Kendall School f Washington The local boys Â·acked up u 53-48 decision, while he KciidaU giils won the pre- iminary, 25-11. The boys' encounter was a seesaw a f f a i r most oC the way with he Frederick quint leading by 10 points in the second pci iod. Mil- Â·. a six-footer on the Kendall .earn was troublesome to the State cagers. The South Market street lassies ed in the Hi.st pet md. but faltered badly In the last half. r loreke, Babbitt, 3oweis, Ig, '"raley, eg. Photographic telescopes reveal the presence oC many stars in the firmament that h u m a n eyes cannot see even through the most powerful telescopes Maryland Wagner, f. Ward, f. Spencer, f. Kelly, f. .. Leitcli, c rites, Â£ Stafford, g. Boy*' Totals Kendall Miller, f. . Carman, f. Burton, f, . Macaya. f. Best, 9. Insley. c. Garbutl. g. Gross! nger. Rose. K Smith, g. . G. . 1 . 0 . 4 . 4 ,. 8 .. 3 , 0 20 G. .. fi .. 0 .. 2 .. 0 .. 5 .. 0 .. 0 F. Pts. 0 2 1 1 1 9 2 4 4 1 13 F, 3 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 10 20 10 1 53 Pts. 15 0 5 0 12 0 0 4 Totals 21 Kendall S 12 12 Maryland 10 12 Ifl Refeiee--Price. Umpire- 6 4R Ki--48 12--53 -Moore Ttmet -- G. Stanley. Kendall Hoberman, Stone, If. Knode. Scorer -- R Girls' vf. G. 2 4 F PI* 3 3 1 Cf. rg. 2 0 0 0 Totals 8 Maryland Angel, rf Jrouoh, If look. If M u r p h y , cf. etich. rg -looker, Ig 3oLautor, If. ilichey, eg. G. 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Kambarn, eg 0 3 0 0 0 9 F. 2 1 0 2 0. 0 0 0 0 Totals ilcfereo-- 7 ' 0 0 0 25 Pts. 6 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 11 Â·Mrs. Bowers. JTIl/YCK OPENS CHARLES TOWN, W. Va.. Dec. 2--(/!)--Offering the only thoroughbred racing in the East. Charles Town opens an 18-day "Polar Bear" meeting tomorrow. The track In West Virginia's eastern panhandle will close Dec. 22. completing horse racing in this section of the country for the year. It's thÂ° fourth meeting of the year at the Charles Town track. The horses ran 16 days here in t h e spring and 19 at two summer meetings. The Charles Town meeting will wind up 176 days of racing in West Virginia this year. The new Waterfoid Park ran 40 days in the .summer and 22 in the fall and Wheeling Downs had a 61- clny summer stand- Post time for the first race daily at Charles Town will be 1 p. m. Mrs. MacGregor: Are you the young man who jumped into thÂ« river ami hauled my son out when he fell tin ough the ice? Young Man: Yes, ma'am. Mr.Â«. MacGregor: Where's fall mittens? Two oreat feews... 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