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   Lima News, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1948, Lima, Ohio                               tel Saturday, October, 30, 1943 THE LIMA NEWS Page 3 South Defeats Cincinnati Vocational 19-13, for Fifth Win Cards Battle Columbus St. Marys Here Saturday Tigers Rally For Triumph Hornets Lead In First Period Midshipmen Scalp Tickets By JOE HALBERSTEIN (Lima News Sports Editor) South climbed another rung on the ladder toward its most success- ful grid season in several years as it defeated Cincinnati Central Vo- caticnal, 19-13, Friday night be- fore at Lima stadium. The Tigers forced to come from behind against the Hornets as the Cincinnati eleven remained a threat thruout the contest. It I I was South's fifth win in seven i I games. j l A blocked punt set up the first; Vocational score in the opening i period. The Hornets took over on j BALTIMORE, Md., Oct. for the U. S. Naval academy, charging that "large numbers" of football tickets were sold by mid- shipmen to scalpers, admitted today that the academy faced "a very serious disciplinary prob- lem." The statement was made by the attorneys when they appeared in court yesterday in a vain at- tempt to gain court endorsement of a city ordi- nance forbidding ticket scalping. Simon E. Sobeloff, attorney for the Naval Academy Athletic-assn, told the court that "ticket speculators have connived with students to get large numbers of tickets" for today's Navy- Notre Dame game at Franklin field. Despite Sobeloffs testimony, Municipal Judge Joseph Sherbow ruled that the anti-scalping or- dinance, which had been rushed thru the city council on Monday night, had not been passed with the proper legal procedure. He therefore granted an injunction forbidding the enforcement of the ordinance. Judge Sherbow told the academy attorneys that it was up to the academy to solve any disciplinary problem regarding midshipmen. New Featherweight Chomp Crowned By PAT ROBINSON NEW YORK, Oct. probably will get it, altho the Pep got a record 50 per cent of Homecoming Fray Set at Stadium St. Rose Underdog Against Ramblers St. Rose will face Columbus St. Marys in its homecoming football contest at 8 p. m. Saturday at Lima stadium. The Cards, who have won five of six games to date, in all proba- j bility will close their season against the Columbus eleven. St. Rose has an open date next week but has not been able to find an opponent With the Cards to make an early start in basketball this year, it may be that the Ro- who paid to see the the gate last night, while Saddler j sarians will put away their mole- i the Tigers' 20. Sandy Saddler, a cocky 22-year- i fight, don't believe that he will was glad to settle for 10 per j sfans after Saturday's fray. Citation Finds No Fields Left Pimlico Special Added to Conquests PIMLICO, Md., Oct. (UP) him was in the bank; ahead of him, a little rest for there were just no fields left tor him to conquer. That was the situation in which Citation found himself today. He may, after a little time off, shoot for "some of the racing gold out California way. That won't be decided until next week when his owner, War- ren Wright, his general manager, Ben Jones, and his trainer, Jim- After an inrnTnniPtP Tom old flom New York's Negro j ever see the day he can lick one cent and a crack at the crown, j st Rose goes jnto the Columbus my Jones, get together. 1111-Umpll.ie iUIU foatVioT-icoicrHt 1 QsHrllor t SarlriV Cf to re VaM is the new featherweight side of Pep complained that Saddler Sandy exclaimed: "I knew I had him Jrorr. the RnrfwW niimspd to; champion ui: the world today. ,__------------------ _ j r uuDdCK Jim Koagers pnmgeu _w Hg the tJUe jn Madison roughed him up inside and often very first punch. I knew Pep a stronger schedule than the local run his last race this year, game as an underdog as St. Marys, despite a 3-2-1 record, has played THE CHANCES are he has the nine in two tries for a first g 'Ga d last night wnen j butTed" him in the clinches. Per- couldn't punch and couldn't hurt j "hdol" down. Freshman Bob xsaacs went, agcored Sensati0nal four i haps he did-but it is equally j me. So I was sure it was only a to me Jive ana men knockout over Willie Pep, true that Saddler outboxed, out- question of time until I caught] THE RAMBLERS have beaten Pdsseo. to Isaacs m meena zone teran Hartford battler who had is peeded and outpunched the f ad- up with him. It was one of the portsmOuth Catholic, Columbus for the score. Rodgers kicked the foj. six s_ 4 champion. i haH ..__..__ I point and it was .-0 after of enhad gonc thru 136 bouts the period. HE'S A BIG Johnson. 17 -year-old center on the Greshatn. Ore., football team, has Pacific northwest college coaches on his trail. He stands six feet twc inches tall and weifhs 335 pounds. When he isn't playing football, he's tossing 100-pound sacks of grain around in his father's feed store. with onlv a decision at the hands v with the Sammy Angott scored against glad to fulfill his contract for a SOtTHcuove ,3 jaids with the hjm Rut he went to ,he well return bout next year but next to tie the scoi e. and so met time there be a more equi- returned the thg hands of a younger snd table distribution of the receipts. harder-punching fighter. i IT WAS THE FIRST time Pep ensuing kickoff to tie the score. Ron Clippinger Tigers' 27 to ftart the march. After Don Skelly lost five, Bob Williams plunged for 14 to the Northwestern Favored Over Buckeye Gridders 3d Skelly went to the 43 for a had ever been knocked out. He first down. A five-yard offside attributed his defeat to the fact penalty against Vocational helped that hg had COURted on Saddler the Blue arid Gold as South lost being a soff touch and to the i 16 yards on the next play. With {urther fact that he didn't realize the ball on the 48 the Tigers made the the nevv champion is such a the quarter. Calvin Griffith intercepted a Cincy on his 31 in the third quarter and South then drove 69 yards for touchdown. n f n IJL loween son-it at naiiume J-riadv BOWling KeSUltS TWO LINE plays carried to the night and presented two forma-; cm Hogts Barona' Fl.KS AI.I.KVS Lc.lKPi to the Vocational .seven. Two line play? and a pass failed but on fourth down Skeliy passed 1 to Williams for nine yards and the EVANSTON Of'.. and Ohio State touchdown. Williams kicked the were to "battle UP'day U' retain their second place standing in the point to make it 7-7 after 8.40 of Rig Nine fo-jtball race. Northwestern was favored to win by one touchdown before a capncily crowd of 48.000. The v.-inner of the wi'l be in direct iinr the Ros-c Bowl a? runnerup in the Western conlcrciicc. since Michigan, in first place, would be ineligible duo u> par- ticipation last New Year's Dny. It was the panic of the in: Ohio State and Ci-.acli Wes fully aware of it. "Northwestern is goinc tn be the best, football team '.ve've this year, we know that." he- I assure von we rfion 1 all this -vay io just u> lose a ball came." "WE'LL HAVE TO play bc-ttcr than we've played at any uir.e This year, and WP believe we i-an do it. We're R.-iins ti harrier than they've hit before." 1'e -15'5 reigned a r.'.o- triiichdo-An favdrite i'i bettina cue to more iiv.pios.-ivi' ule. The Wilrirat's lone defeat u.is. at the hands of mighty Micli- while they've cii-feati-d sucli tTtan's as UCLA, Purdue. Minne- sota and Syracuse. The Ohio record al- most, but not quite. ;i- Tin- Uucks li'o'l Io four more first downs in driving dvnamjc puncher. "pep wants a return bout and trainer Jimmy said, "but I won't know for sure until I talk to the boss." _______, _________ But then with a nod, he ad- easiest fights I ever had." Holy Rosary and Marion St. Marys vised Calumet's stakes winning Altho Saddler is only 22, he has vvhile iosing to Springfield Cath- jockey. Eddie Arcaro. that "I SADDLER SAID he would be scored 64 knockou's in 94 fights. Q- c and Columbus Grandview, might see you on the West Coast The only common foe has been before too long." Marion. Columbus topped the There are a lot.of big money Irish 20-14, while St. Rose won. races coming up out there for j3_12 which Citation is eligible and in St. Rose has beaten Fostoria which he may run. If he does. St. Wendelin, Waynesfield, Ada the all-time money winning mark and Shawnee while losing, 19-13, to Fremont St. Joseph for the only blot on its record. Miss Betty Callahan, a senior will be crowned homecoming Grid Scores McKinley Moves To Top of Ranks Local Lima South 19. Cincinnati Central Vo- cational 13 Ohio Hamilton 34. Portsmouth 12 Middleport 52. N'elsonville 6 Massillon 39. Warren 14 Akron St. Vincent IB. Akron South 6 St. M Ml. Vernon 27. Wooster 23 Fostoria 21. Akron East 6 Tiffin Calvcrt 24. Sandusky Cleveland Shaw 18. Elyria 7 Cleve Heights 49, Akron Buchtel 2 Steubcnville 26, Erie. Pa. Tech. 0 Niles 13. Barberton 7 i 27. Loram 6 Cleve John Adams 28. Sandusky 25 Spnr.gfied 7. Vngstwn C.-Memorial 6 Toledo Libbey 35. Kert Roosevelt 7 Toiecio Toledo DeVilbiss 6 South's band caught the Hal- canton Mc-Kinley 46. Alliance 7 loween at halifme Friday, 7 Tiger Musicians Catch Halloween Spirit during Game of held by Stymie soon will be broken. CITATION CREPT S10.000 closer to that record yesterday COLUMBUS, Oct. I at the game. Her court wOl domination of the turf this year, that none of the other 1948 stakes Canton Tramples Alliance, 47 to 6 The Canton McKinley Bulldogs consist of Carol Shaffer. Jean led the ranks of Ohio high school football teams today after the 46 to 7 lacing they handed the Alii- ance Aviators last night before home town fans. 1 O'Connor, Betty Kayser and Joyce Grismer. i jt i. Merchants l.eaeu- Fitiw, s hi! ever 111 cm tit-en A I 40 Hud then Clippinger slipped tions in keeping with the occa- away for 24 yards to Vocational's sion. 35 iind a first down. Two plays The Tiger musicians made a made only four yards to the 31. 'skull and .jack o'iantern, the Skelly passed to Dan Brogee latter with revolving eyes. who apparently was trapped for. in addition, Cincinnati Voca- liltle gain. However, Brofiee spun tional drew a salute with an in- away from two tacklers anri racect terlocking "CV" iormation. lio'.vn the sidelines to the Drum Major Dick Rutledge four-yard stripe beiore he was then led the South band in a pushed out of bounds. script a la Ohio State. The Two plays made two yards and band made a "60" and "TIG then South was penalized to the, to pep up the team for a last-: seven for offsides. Williams passed half comeback. for the seven yards and Before the flag-raising ceremo- the musicians spelled out and welcomed the crowd Catholic 0 Handed Second Loss NEW YORK, Oct. Harry La Sane, 131, Houston, The Alliance team, rated sec- Tex., handed 18-year-old Bobby ond best in the state before the'Dell, Youngstov.n. 0.. the game, was ripped apart almost second defeat of his pr-.. career at will by the fleet backs from -n a six-round preliminary bout Canton. The Bulldogs scored three of fight last night. Newport (Ky.i their six touchdowns in the first l winners eligible for the race chose to contest the triple crown 1 champion. j It is just as well they didn't. For even with Arcaro holding him back. Citation ran the one mile and thTee sixteenths special course in 1'59 4-5. That was bet- ter time than two previous win- to tae Willie Pep-Sandy Saddler r.ers of the in 1939 and Shut Out in concordia e. Napoleon o period, one less than two minutes .s after the opening wnistle. That COLLEGE Ml East St Mary's 31. Catholic Univ. 0 ihe points that put South ahead, nies, 13_7 kick for point hit "HI" Stipplch MO M4 cv-s the cmssliar and gooU. This to the game. a- alter o! the period. Midway in the final quarter Smith smothered a Vocational pass attempt. Latham fumbled and End Mack recovered on. Cin- Toledo Entries SATURDAY NIGHT FffiST MOO. 22 CLAS- McKcndrce 18? Chilhcothe Business 1 St. Alicl-iael's 28. Univ. of Vermont 0 Georgetown Hi. Denver 10 Temple 2U. Bucknell 0 Clerrisoii 26. Boston College la South Fisk 7, Alabama State 0 Dliiard 33, Lemnyne 0 Citadel IS. Erskine 0 Maryland 27. Miami (Fla.) 13 Vandcrbilt 47, Auburn 0 Mississippi College 20. Millsaps 14 N c Coll 7, Tennesee State 6 Midwest iDeK.iIb) 10. Mich. Normal 7 Ashland HI. 7 Villanova 27. Detroit t) 13. Carrol] 12 John Carroll 33, Case Ki 19. Kent Siatr 7 McKendree 18. Chillieotne 7 Ashland 19. Kentcm 7 Marietta 26. Wittenberg 7 Youngstov.n li1. Ktnt State John. Carroll 33. Case 13 Bluff ton li. Taylor Univ (Ind.i 0 Pr Inc IOWH. knot-kins "ff i. Indiana aiivi V Coach Bob Vi.nnhU is said to have fanned the Wild- j cats to a hifih pitch with rocollec- f tions of defeat at Columbus last year, 7-b'. in the famous iifth- down episode. Art Murakoxvski. 1 e a ct i n c FU-i 1. and 1 AI.EVS Ladies Major n. RM- WILLIAMS plunged to the 24 in two phiys for a first down. Clip- pinger hit left tackle, cut back to the light and went, over umnolest- for the touchdown on o 24-yard pliiy. Williams' kick was HTi; wide iuu! it w.ii 19-7 after of ii.V.i the period. Vocational drove from its 31 to South's 44 with two minutes left to play in the game after taking the return kickoff On a wide fji: m1 77iJ J28 SIFIED CONDITIONED PACE FIRST DIVISION, 1 MILE Bradv Dillon. Eail Direct. Jack Me- Kiiv topper. Dexter Direct. Connie Counsel. Gypsy Review. Dewey i'le.ikr.ess. V. E Lambert. Nelly An- derson. Pl'RSE MHO. 18-19 I'l.ASSI- FIKI> rO.MUTIONEIJ TROT, 1 MILK Sltei-cer Harvester. one was a 76-yard sprint for John Colceri. Louis Mariani, Canton's deaf-mute back, smacked t h r u from the 13 for the second score and Tony Rinalli went over from the 21 for the third. ALLIANCE showed a brief spark of fight at the close of the first period when Jerry Thorpe returned a kickoff 94 yards for the Aviators only score. Colceri got another Canton touchdown in the third period. Mariano tallied again in the final quarter anri quarterback John Rogers tossed passes to end Eli- jah Lipkins for the two final scores. A QUALITY BEER at Low Cost FAMOUS GOLD TOP BCCD 1GL kk-K OLD TOWN VIENNA WOODEN SHOE ..............Per Cose DRIVE YOUR CAR UP TO OUR DOOR FOR QUALITY BEER BEER SALES Inc. 444 N. McDONEL Southwest Trinidsd 12. Sterling JC 6 Okla. Military Acad. 13. Kemper 0 Connors A ,t M 26. Northern Okla- horria i Tunkawa l 13 NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN': No-  Mite. CrattaK JeaiieMn '.Vtilrisell. Ohio Ablie> COMPLETELY TORN DOWN AND REBUILT TO PRECISION STANDARDS WORN PARTS REPLACED WITH GENUINE FORD PARTS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FUMIH. Latnanr. Isa; RmlRciB. Fiank. LeMoun. Fuson. R. ei Kitty. Ciever Girl. Ruy ault. Tiie.Gic.it Vic Pl'RSE S4W CLAIMING PACK. 9-16 MILE Pay Direct. Bert Easter, Linn Spen Kueiimar.s CKips Lodge spalhiigers 755 Shine, Mack, Sykes, "713 MS 76.0-2385 i cer "Scott Frisco. Pluto Me. Queen at -45 825 740 2391 7BO 623 ;Dr Hot- Stove Loop Meets ALLIANCE. Oct. 30 i Thai-lies Pia.-e The first Ohio convention of the Army's Hi spn Hot Stove league, will be. held Toner Jeweler here tomorrow. National head- '.Joes Sioi quarters of the league is located in Alliance. Moe Classic League Ro.-d Estate Schiillz. Boeder, Alexander, Sexton. Clippinger, Griffith. Williams. Ward. Snider, Albriage, fli 78' Jennings. 6 Y Touchdown scorir.R: Vocational Law. Tony Boy. tattle Chief. Halwood, Hi Pete, petition in the Common Pleas Court, Alien County, Ohio, against the above et n] m-fiying fur a qu.i-r.Mg or in the alter- Oji- .n; lis said fl M Ihe dt-scrlhed real estate, to- Lot number Thirty-five in Orchard Hill Addition to the City ot i Lima, Allen County, Ohio. Said de- fendants are required to answer said petition on or before the 7th day ot" NO BLOCK DEPOSIT NECESSARY Timmerman Sales Co. STATISTICS First downs From rushing From passing Passes attempted Passes completed lit Passes intercepted by Yards Rained rushing Isiars Coffp.v Skel- Yards gained passing iy riippineer. Points after touch-i Punts ns- (place- Average distance 11 (placement l. Fumbles Officials: Referee. Scvctr.s: umpire. Opp. fumbles recovered 703 705 734-2142 Slanyer; head linesman, Knecht. Penalties 506 W. Market 24 HR. SERVICE Ph. 4-7131 TBS 704 757 1 0 ..13 3 2 .104 201 55 68 5 4 39 22 1 3 1 1 20 5 December, 1S48. or judgment and de- cree may be taken against them in j accordance with the prayer the i petition. __ CLEON FHEESON and OZELLIOR FR1ESON Plaintiffs By JOSEPH B. QUATMAN. Their Attorney 6 Oct. 23-3O. Nov. 6-13-20-27. 2 Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out OurWa y J. B. Williams 1H20- DCeAVW LOOK IS FAMILIAR A.S frtE CffACK INl %j COME ON-' TO HELP 1OU TRAIN VOUR. 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